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THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, MARCH, 31, 18G6.
AMIJSKMHNTM ARCH ?TBF.r TBSATtut fo nlalit Mr. Tllton takes hid benefit, on which occasion his daughter will make her flint appearance on any stsge. We are sure, that with uoh careful training an her lather's, itio must deserve evry uoo ss, tor Mr. llllon is one of oor mmt careful and conscientious actors. On Monday Mr J.E Murdoch will at last appear, and will, no doubt, be we eotned with all the ouum aiam of well-dei-rrod admirnilon. He is a ereat artist, and ha been most impationtly waited for after so many delays. 1 Walkut Stuket Trsatrs To-nlht will be the tx-neflt of Mr. Owen Kuwcett, who will on tnis oooa , eion produce two new plays the farce of Tiik-t o Leave, and Who Killed Cock HoUn T which has boon eo successful in Knrland and tn New York. Mr. fawcett has tairntand la popular, two reasons to insure him a full house. On Monday, Sirs. D T. Bowers, rhl'ailelphla'e greatest favorite, will appear in the Lady of Lyoni. CflKf-HCT Ptrekt' TnKATns Miss Annie Ward last night took a benefit. Owing to sums unex plained reason the programm" was chautred, and MlrsOrton appe red instead ol Miss Gimbnr. This change must have been rather unploasant for the feeneticlare as it is always dlsarrooablo to break a promise. Miss Wnrd was receiTed with jrroat ontliu slasm by hor lrii'ds i Wood's Minstrkls. lhis exce lent Ethiopian organization will sire another jrrnnd porlormauca this evenfntr at the Musical Fund Hall. Tbelr en casement closes this evening, They are prononncod 1 I. J J -, I ,L. . .. 1 . . 1 - -1 luojr hviiiis yieuu. vi tut, uui ivsijiU' uue Hid no- cidedly lunny and entertaining. From Auction.-We have Just added to our stock some elenant Laoe Curtains from auction. Gold down and, prices moo a lower. Call, and aee Lace Curtains, in all varieties of styles, at prices to suit the times. Hbltt, CAimiNOTO.f ft Co., , No. 723 Chos o ut streo t, AfflKimLT Bcildimos. Tho "Ma'ter Band of the World" wi 1 give a matinee at tbo.AsseniDlv Build ines this atternoon, and close their engaeinon : this eveuinjt Thev have won many admirors" slnci they first anpearcd at tbe Assembly Buildings, Uo and bear them. J) L i: O T it o r A T II Y . ; MIS. GALLOWAY & S1IEDD, THE SCIENTIFIC MEDICAL ELECTRICIANS, Ate treating with remarkable sucoess all acute and Chronic Diseases, at tbelr ELECTKOPATHIC INSTITUTION, No.1230 -WALNUT Street, One Door East of Thirteenth Street. Weharobeen engaged for many years In the noble work of giving health and happiness to the suffering and thejj affile 'ea. During this time we have treated about TWENTT THOUSAND INVALIDS suffering (rom the , various forms of disease, and in almost every case a per manent cure has been eOeoteo. Many of themv In fact, bad been given up as incurable by their physicians. We nave restored to health, in a few days, thousands of per sons In this city who bad been suffering from painful diseases Ave, ten, and fifteen years and upwards. At our Institution we have cured, and are caring, a elass of dis eases that has baffled tbe medical profession In all agas Cf the world. Dr. WILLIAM WHITE, gentleman of great expe rience In this successful practice, is associated with Drs. GALLOWAT & SUEDD In this praotlce. By this arrant etntnt we hope to be enabled to attend profession ally to our largo practice. j BEa'EBENCES. We refer tbe diseased and others Interested In our new practise to tho following welt known gtntiemen who bave been treated sucoesalullr by us : Ol OBOE GRANT.No. 610 Chesnnt street. 1 B. T DES1LVEK. No Witt Clies nut street, uenoral PLKASONTON, No. 1 8pruce street Ma.ior-Genrral PLh AetONTON, U. 3. Army. iou. DAVID W1LMOT, Judge of Court of Claims, Washington city. Hon. Judge CAPROV, New Tors, city. Ker. Dr. MAKsllALL.ot Pittsburg, Pa. EDWIN FOHltEST. the ureat Tragedian. Kev. Dr. HALL, ot Philadelphia. Kev.DNlH' ixsaa, iih..j.. ooionoi THOMAS W. SWEENEY, Assessor, JTo. Tie Walnut street, Gt-OKCK il. hiKLE, Attomey-at-law, Sixth and Cbcsnut streets. EMANUEL BEY. Attorney at Law, No. 707 Sanson. 0'reet. 1)R. GKOBOE W. FREED. Lancaster city, Penna. UB. WM. B. BROWN . Uirardttouse. BKV. MR. MALDORY; Norristown Penna. ALBtLR i' H. N1COLAY, No. bl Wllllum street, Kew CCViitHTSQ', Stuyvesant street, New York city. If, r. SIIURTI-EFF, No. SJW Market street. .10IIN M .UCIST. Vo. 1323 South Broad struet.l O W. MERCHANT, Gerraantown, Philadelphia. ' Consultutlon and examinations free of charge. An interesting Circular mailed by addressing - DRS. GALLOWAY, WHITE & SHEDO, No. 1230 WALSTJT Street, 3 SI sm&Oi2m ' ' . ' Philadelphia. FOR SALE AND TORRENT. . . - JJO'OMS . TO It E N T large, Well Lighted and Ventilated HOOMS, ! ON THE SECOND AND THIRD FL00B3 OF TOB ! "Evening Telegraph" Building, No. 108 South THIRD Street, TO EENT. PI'LT IN IRE OFFICE, FIRST FLO IK. N. U. WITH OE WIIlIOTjr STEAM TOWER. FOR SALE OU TO LET A HOUSE situated In 'I wentv-flrnt street, above Pine. For lurtlier iniormation apply or address No. lit) N. hkuOkU fctreei. W 4trp OARCH AND TWENTIETH, NEAR ST. Clement's CJhuroh. buperlor dwelling, No 142 N. T WEM'lETU Street, tor sale cheap. Cull from 1X to lax. i i. TO LET THREE ROOMS. 20x40. WITH .btti Vnwn. . t. n IT a n.til.faM Mill Naa 01 anu FlF'J EEVn n Street t Ulstuai J EdLKB BROTHER, Proprietors, TO RENT A COUNTRY SEAT, WITH LJ1 Rtame and Carriage House, situate on the OLD ToKR ROAD, second bOMe above Fluber's Lane, opposite to Joseoh Bwlit a. AiT on the promises, 'ii TO RENT THE FlWiT.t1T.ASS REST- TIVKPE. No. 2133 SPRINO Umitikv atnt. with lurulture lor sale. Kent, atWO. Apply on tjj9 premises Irom 1 to J o'clock P. M. J n i A TO RENT. DOUBLE COTTAR nniJ iM talnlng eight rooms, and five In tbe aiy0i oa ,ne Trenton Bufiroad, one mile below 'lacony, wlik00acn fiw ' Apply at No. 717 WALNUT 8tre. WANTS. TtrANTED BOARD AT A FARM-HOUSE V lor five months lora family of two adults and five children. Address P.. No. 1 1. B1XTS St. i) if jMt WANTED TO RENT, FOR ONE YEAR LJ say from May 1. a furnished eountry property, in eTTlisuge lor a ceiitrailv loeated city residence, in a de Mlrnble neighborhood, and well rurnlshed. ..., Apply at -NO. VlH W ALNUT Street. M t HREE GENERAL AGENTS WANTED TO act in Inipoi tant location for the New Yor. Acci dental Insurance Company. Actlveinenof good artdress. apply to FRANK. O. ALLEN, iirsnub Oillce, No. 4 iff tiitSNUT btreet. Apflysovn. 141 HOWELL & BOURKE, AIANOTACTTjKERS OF PAPER HANGINGS AND WINDOW SHADES. N. CORNER OF FOURTH MD MARKET STREETS, rniLADELrniA. FINANCIAL. YE OFFER FOR SALE Central Pacific RR. 7 per Cent. Bonds, Interest payable in Odd, In the O'ii of Nrw York; Issued to the ratine Railroad Co. Interest payable in currency. , Tbe cheapest Govern ment Bonds on the market, received by United States Treasurer at BO per cent as security for National Bank Circulation. Morris and Essex Railroad First Mortgage 7's, Due 1014, Strictly First-class Bonds; for sale lower than other Bonds of the same class. Oovernment seoarltles of all kinds bought and sold. Stocks and Gold bought and sold on commission In tb Is and otb or market. Interest allowed on deposit. E. W. CLARK & CO., Bankers, 1138m No. 35 S. Third St. Phllad. X II E AMERICAN BUREAU OF MIXES, No. 64 BROADWAY. Mine, Mineral Lands, and Ores examined and reported nmjii.- Competent tngbeers tumlsheu to Dining Com panies. Consultation afforded on nil Mining, Metallurgical and Chemical Question, at ibe ollke ot ibu Bureau, GEO. D. II. GILLESPIE, President. BRAKE BE EAT, Secretory. 1 10 tnths rp ROGERS' FRAGRANT ODONTOLOE, FOR CIEANSING AND PRESERVING THE TEETH. Removes all substances destructive to the teeth, prevents discoloration and the accumulation of Tartar, and a spongy relaxed condition of the Gums, imparting a pleasant and refreshing fragrant taste to the mouth. Guaranteed to contain no acid, or any substance that will injure or de stroy the teeth. Its cleansing and healthful proper ties are certified to ly prominent Den tists throughout the country. Sold by Drnfffflits, Fancy Goods Heal era and Perfniuers, and at Depot, So. Hi LIBERTY Street, Sew York. Ask for ROGERS' FRAGRANT ODONTOLLNE. and take no other. JOHNSON, H0LL0WAY & COWDEN, 820 tuthsl3trp WHOLESALE AGENIS. gTILL ANOTHER G 11 IE A T TRIUMPH FOB TUB i EVANS & WATSON SAFE. BEAD THE FOLLOWING: , Philadelphia, March 27, 1861. Messes. Evaks & Watson : . Gents i Early this motning oar three-story steam saw and planing mill was entirely destroyed by flrj The fiafe we purchased of you In 18U3 as severely tested. Upon opening It, we found the books, papers money, etc.. were entirely preserved and uninjured; so much so, that we shall continue thf.ib daily vss This Is an additional proof of the superior and complete protection ot your Improved insidb-doob Safes, and we feel that they desoive the most liberal patronage. Yours, very truly, . ' - ' BRADT. SHAFFER & CO, Within tbe past two weeks tills is the second Safe ot our manufacture which be been severely tested by fire in both instances the oontents being entirely preserved We call tbe attention of all desiring a fibfbot proteo Uon against Are to our justly celebrated Fire l'roo Safes, which bave never failed to preserve their con tents. Fire and Burglar-Froot Safes, for Bank, Mercan tile, or Dwelling bouse use, guaranteed free from damp ness. We sell at prices lower than other makers. 880 8l4p EVANS & WATSON, No. 16 South FOURTH Street. gOMES ..FOR EVERYBODY. EVEET MAN HIS OWN LANDLORD. Only (20fl) Two Hundred Dollars for a Handsome Build ing Lot on the West Philadelphia Passenger Ball way at ltd Western Xermlnus. TITLE CLEAR AND UNDOUBTED. The undersigned will sell, on easy terms of payment, 178 lots of ground, handsome' r located en toe West l'hiladelpula Passenger ltailway, lor the small sum of 'A0 each, clear ot ell incumbrance, with undoubted title, uuoii on of which Ion is erected the targe and valuable building, lately ocoupled as Haddington Uos pltal. which contains 63-rooms, and it Is entluiaied would now cost KM) CIKI to ertrt The choice of lots to be decided by subscribers i thus with the certainty of a handnonie Building Lot lui y worth the amount paid. tiW, may eutitle the subscriber to this lot with its valu able building and two and a half acres oi land. On one ot saiu lots is erected a twostory atone Farm House, containing ten rooms, to which a subscriber wl.l be entitled on diatrluutlou of choice ol lots, which choice will be arranged by the subscribers themselves, on Vae 20th day of June next, at tne Hospital Building. Corner' of bixtv-nithand VlnesireuU. at 3 o'clock iu the alter noon, before which time lots must be paid lor or pay ment secured. - l'hotograiius of Buildings and plans of Lots can be seen anu other lnlbrinailou had by app icatlon to W. A. LEECH, 1 29 tbs2t Ho. 128 8. PIXXH Street, Fiilladelphla. JUNE SHIRTS, ; ' Money Refunded if Not Satisfactory, MADE OF KEW YOKE MILLS MUSLIN, only 4 OU, tuual price 85 -Ml. , . MADE OF WAMSCTrA MTJSLIN, only tJ'W, mual price a 00. BOYS' SHIRTS on band and made to ordor. A literal deduction to bolesule trade. , T. I: JACOBS,' . No. 1226 CHESNUT Street, 20 tbntu Simp FblUdulphla. MILLINERY, MANTUA-MAKING, &o JEMPLE OF FASHION Importations for the Spring and Rammer ol 18GG. MRS. M. A. 1JINDKR, Bo. 1031 OH KB NUT STREET, PHILADELPHIA, Itrnortcrol Ladles' Dress and Cloak Tritnmlnm also. Paris I'anems in tissue Paper, lor Ladies' and Cbll- Or en's lirersrs 1 desire to call your attention to th above eard, and shall be pleasrd to have you oall and inspect int stoolr, and I think yoo will find It the most choice and e. event assortment to sriect I rom My laciillies or ubtaiuins; the most desirab.e novel les ot the European inarant are now niisurpa.scd and shipments per n arlv every steamer add Ireshnees and variety to the collection. 'I he most desirable styles el Ornaments, Buttons, Laoes, Frlntes Oord, 'lasfels, V elvet Klbboi , Kellln. Patent Hooss and Kycs, Krench Corsets Shields Drew bio vators, Pads, Hoop Hurts of onr own and Madame Demoresi's make. Htamolng Braiding and Embrolaer- jd u ; rrencn r luiing ano taiiiiKnng. Parisian Press and Cloak Maklnir. tn all its varieties. Ladle tumlsb n their rlcii and costly ma erlais mar rely on being artistically fitted and their work finished in the most prompt and efficient manner, at the lowest possible prices. hita nf I'ntterns now readv lor Merchauis and Dress makers. All the fashion Boofcn for sale. MltH. M. A. UlDKIt. 1151m No. 1001 CHESS UT Street fblladelphta. I7If?HTn STREET RIBBON STORE, No. 107 j N. HGIITH Street, fnardoors above Arch street I woula respectttilly snnounoe to the ladles generally that I bave now open, at greatly reduced prices, a com plete assortment of MILLLKliRY AND STRAW GOODS, consisting of tr- CP" STRAW HATS, tor Ladles land Children, the newest shapes anftfttvloa. BONN K l' tlLKS. ClUPi-.tS In all shades, with Kibbons to ""l(hONNrT ANT) TRIMMINO BIBBONS, tbe bet to bo lotind In this cliv FKEM 11 AMI NEW YOKK BONNET FBAME3 at the lowest prices FRENCH FLO WEBS, a splendid var ety. A so, HUslons. Laces. Bonnet Ornaments: In fact, every article used In making or trimming a bonnet o( hat. Orders as punctually as heretofore attended to. JULIUS SIOHEL, (LateSI lie! 4 Wevl), 5 27tutbslmrp No. lu; N. EIGHTH BtreeU OPENING OF , FRENCH BONNETS, FLOWERS, FRAME3, . AMD MILLINERY GOODS. GEORGE W. MILES, 3284t No. 911 CUESNUT SI IiEET. MISS C. O 'BYRNE, No. 807 ARCH Street, Will open A HANDSOME AND FASHIONABLE ASSORTMENT Of 8PBINO AND SUMMLli MILLINERY, ON TUTJKSD AY, April 5, 1806. J 28 6t jp- BONNETS I BONNETS ! BONNET OPENING, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 29. E. P. GILL. A. CO., 8 27 lm No. 720 ABCU Htreet. MRS. R. DILLON, Nos. S23 and 331 SOUTH Street, Has a handsome assortment of SPRING SI ILLISEBYj A! lasts' and Infants' Bats and Caps, SUks, Velvets, Crapes. Ribbons. Feathers, Flowers, frames, etc C3 134m 1866. STRING 1866. OPENING AT MRS. E. KEYSER'S CHILDREN'S CLOTHING EMPORIUM No. 1227 CHESNUT Street, 3 15 lm Below Thirteenth , North side, Philadelphia. INSTRUCTION. S25. TIIE S25. UNION BUSINESS COLLEGE, Handel and hatdn hall. ' Extraordinary Inducements ! NOVEL AND PERMANENT ARRANGEMENT ' OF BUSINESS COLLEGE TERMS, From April 1 to October 1, i960, . And Succeeding Years. LIFB SCnOLABSHIPS, Including Book keeping Bml ness Correspondence, Forms and Customs Com mercial Arithmetic, Business Penmanship, Detecting Counterfeit Muney, and Com mercial Law, ' TWENTY-FIVE DOLLARS. ! SCHOLARSHIPS. Including the same anbleots as abore, time limited to Three Alouihs, TWENTY DOLLARS. rcnmanntlp, throe months '...a 7 00 Penmanship and Arithmetic, three months ,....10-00 'ibe saving 01 ooal and gas In tbe summer months is an advnntage of such Importance as enables the manage ment of this College to mate a considerable redaction In tbe lunaner rates. From October 1, ISfiC, to April 1, 1807, And succeeding years, as before. Life Scholarship 935 00 bcholarHhlps, 8 months ao (10 Penuianshlp, 8 months flu U0 penmanship ftnJ AllUimetlo, 3 montus til 00 Hneclal Terms foir Clubs, coldleis, aud for the Bonsot lllnisters and leacheis. DAY AND EVENING INSTRUCTION FOR BOTH SEXES AND ALL AGES. Endorsed by the pnhlioa? the most successful Business College ot the couutrr. as Is evldeocea by the fact that Four Hundred ami Two Students bave entered in tbe Urn 1 six months ot Its existence. Open Day and Evening throughout the year. t all or send tor a Catalogue, College Currency, and FIEKCaVd Practical Educator. OFFIOR, . No. 331 Nortu EIGIITU Street. S 31 2tSp THOMAS M. PIERCE. ' TUE NATIONAL BUSINESS AND TELEGRAPH COLLEGE, Nos. 611 ard 613 Chesnut Street, PHILADELPHIA. ' TERMS. j Business Course ...til CO 'J elegraphmg, mil course 4 J Ofl Business Course and Xeietfrauhlng 70'W ' Arl)hmeUc and Penmanship Inoluded in either course. Ladles Taught Telegraphing. N.B. W bave a Primary Business Course for Boys, and those not lar enough adyauued for the other depart ments. 1 uttlon tor fourteen weeks, til). I Ircu'ara for either department van bo bad at tbe office, or hy addreulng aft niwslui4p , J. C. WUMFOKD. LOST. f OST OR MISLAID. A PERPETUAL POLICY J 1 OK INM'KAM K, lnucd hy tbe Fire Association of Philadelphia, to JACOU BAhLI.H. for tlliliO, dated July It, lbOO. Acy iulbnuuilen thereol' will be rocuivcd by C. KNOLHOt'Elt. Attuniey at aty. 3 21 luirp No. m ttonU 1 11 1 U St DRY GOODS. JARKET AJND N IN Til STREETS COOPER & C0MUD. HA VE RED UCED THE PRICES OF THEIR EN 1 IRK STOCK TO CORRESPOND WITH VERT LOWEST PRE SENT RATES. ' Spring Cloth Sacqucs. Wool Do Laincs, 38 and 50 cents. Black De Laines, 50 and 55 cents. Damask Clotha and Napkins. Soft Finish Cambrics. "White Marseilles, 75 cents. Muslins Much Cheaper. c, Mtb.tn2w5, Best Calicoes, 20 to 25 cents. 3500 yards Best Cassimeres, 175. E. B. LEE, No. 43 North EIGHTH Street, CLOSIilO OUT STOCK TRIOS TO ALTERATIONS OF STORE. Great Inducements to Purchasers. JU8T OPEN, KEW AND BICH STYLE PARASOLS. JOCVIN KID GLOVES. CHOICE SHADE BPBINa KID GLOVES. 600 YARDS BLACK GROUND IRON BaBEGES. 6OC0 YABDS UOYLE'd WAB RANTED ENGLISH PBINT8. ' 3000 YABDS NEAT PtAID MOnAIBS, Bargains. ELEGANT LLAMA POINTS SHAWLS, at reduce! prices. HAND80HE VALENCIENNE TRIMMED HDKF3. (Real), at reduced prices. ( IMITATION Do. A JOB LOT NEW LACE COLLARS. THE GABRIELT.E HOOP SKIRT, , THE GABRIELLE HOOP SKIBT, An entirely new adjustment, especially adapted for gored Cresses, to be bad only at , E.B.LEE'S. No 43 N. EI (JUT H Street. A GENERAL REDUCTION IN STOCK, AT E. B. LEE'S, I 30 Ista St w No. 43 N. EIGHTH Street II m STEEL & SOTV HAVE NOW OPEN A CHOICE ASSORT MENT OF RICH PRINTED PIQUES. "' ' , BLACK AND WHITE FRINTED PIQTJE9. ; CHOICE STYLES FRENCH PERCALES. PLAIN BLUE, BUFF AND PINK PERCALES. PLAIN WHITE AND BUFF PIQUE, j 8 81smw N01. 713 nnd 715 N. TENTH SU U STEEL &, SON HAVE JUST OPENED SEVERAL CHOICE LOTS Oi . SPRING AND SUMMER . DRESS GOODS. All bought at less than the cost ot importation, and will bt Bold at TEIiY LOW PRICES. 3 31smw . Voi. 713 and 715 N. TENTH. St. OPENI N.G- . PARIS NOVELTIES IN ALSO, IN FINE LAMA LACE, (Deutelle tics Indeg.) POINTS, SHAWLS, AND 'R0T0NDES, ON THURSDAY, March 29. J.W.PROCTOU A CO., 827tnwe2inrp No. C20 CHESNUT St. jjEAUTIFUL M;V STYLES. MISSES TII0RM.ILL & BUBN.8, No. 1208 CHI SHUT STREET, " ( HAVE JUbT ItECElVED A BEA UTIFUL LOT OF ! . FRENCH IMPORTED' MADE-UP UNDER.GARMENTS. . ALSO, COVERED FRENCH HOOP SKIRTS. THE NEW. STYLE TIE, From tbe Opera "L'Afiicalne " S 21 m waiter G REAT SACRIFICE IN DRT GOODS. CLOAKS, CLOAK. , . lKi9 GOODS, . ' ' H1LK BHAWL9. NOTION'S, CLOTHS, CASSIMERES SATINETS VFST1VOS. ETO. ETC , RELLTNQ OY'V TC CLOSE BlJSI Nl.tJS, Store to let, good-will and fixtures 'or sule. JOSEPH HAOT, IZOwsmlmrp Ko. 44li N. 8ECONi ttroet PhUa. J CnAMBERS, NO. 810 AROII STREET. CKEAT UKDU TIOS IN PBK'ES. . NEW OOODX OPKVIMl DAILY. ' Ki-AL I. M'li OOODS. ' THltl AD Vl-ILS VALENriENNE, ( Ll'NY. AND OCIPHRF LACES. CAUBHIC EDUINOH AND 1NSKHTIONS A choice slock of French Muslins tor Waists and Dresses, superior make sni-tlnwti t.'uinnrlc, btripe aud I'lulditttlusuukt rcuiixraably lowijirKw. , 4 Wbt DRY GOODS. 113 piticE & wood, 113 N. NINTH STREET, ABOVE ARCH, Hare Jnst opened : 8100 yards bet Bloacbod Mmlln In tbe oity, for tt coins pT 5 ard. Bleached Muslins, 23, 28, 81, 83 and 85 cents. Just opened, one bale Jrleayitwt Unbioaehed alua lin, vara wide. 24 eonts. Good unbleached Mucins. 18, 20, 22. 25, and 28 eta. Just opened, one case 6-4 Bleached Muslin, 81 i oti. per yard. J'll.ow-caje and Shee'lnr Masllns. Fast color Calicoes, 15 cents por yard. Pest quality Calicoes, lajt oniors. 18 ots. per yard. Anvrcan Ciinvn.ms and Dolaiuos. French olnnliams, last colors. Flneiqna lty Black Alpacas, 0,65,70,80,90,95, nd l lij. Just opened (Yom Now York, BOO dozen Linen Nan kins, f 2 87(, e2 60, 92 62, 275, $3 00, 3 60, up to f 61 0 per dozen. lab e Cloths and Table Linens by the yard. A laree assortment of lluckauack Towels. Handsomo Damnsk Towola Ilnekabnok and Crash by tho yard. Scotch Diaper, by tho iiioo or yard. blurting Linens, Irom 40o. up to 1 43 per yard. TV HUE GOODS. WHITE GOODS. Jot npenrd, a large lot of soft finish Cambrlos, 83, 40. 45, 60, 66, and 06 cents per yard. Sott finish C'ainbrios, full If yd. wide. 6O0. per yd. Kamsook Muslins, 25, 81, 85, 40,41, 60, 60, 04, up to 80 cents per yard. 1'iaid and Htnpe Mnstina. W bl to Brilliants, an auction lot, 35 cents, eboap. Ph'rn d Muslins, yery cheap, efo. etc. A large assortment ot Hosiery and Uloyos, Jaconot Etiintk liisertlnffs, and Flouuclnirs. A new lot of liouuot Kibbons, holes colors and gooa quality. Best quality Hoop Skills, made to order, expressly for our sales. ' ' PRICE Ss WOOD. No. 118 N. MNTU Street, abovo Arch. N. B Vi ill rcmoyo to tho N. W. cprnor EiRuth and Filbert itroc's about tbe last of April. 8 81 TILLOW MUSLINS. AT 31 CENTS. ; ; . i YARD WIDE MUSLINS, AT 25 CENTS. WIDE SHEETING, $1-00. X FINE 6HIRTIN(38, 35 CENTS. YARD WIDE UNBLEACHED, 25 CERTS. YARD WIDE EXTRA HEAVY UNBLEACHED 28 CENTS. YARD WIDE CHINTZES, 25 CENTS. LINEN GOODS. LINEN SHEETINGS, $1'50. ; 8-4 TABLE DAMASK, $1-00. ' . f ! 8-4 LOOM DAMASK, $1-00. 1 1 - 84 UNBLEACHED DAMASK, 75 CENTS. 7-4 UNBLEACHED DAMASK, C5 CENTS., 100 DOZEN NAPKINS, $2-65. 200 DOZEN RED BORDERED TOWELS, $3-00. J. C. STRAWCRIDGE & CO., ' l2 8inrp N. W. COR. EIGHTH AND MARKET STREETS. M. II. II0USTMAO & S0AS, FIFTH and CHERRY Sts. PHILADELPHIA. . IMPORTERS AND MANUFACTURERS OF LADIES' DRESS . ; AND CLOAK. TRIMMING 3, PLAIN AND FANCY BUTTONS, COTTON TEIMMINQS, BLACK AND COLORED GALLOONS, CLUNY LACES, . . BELTINGS, GUIPURE LAOES. , . BALMOUAL TBIMMIN08, GIMPS AND OKNAMENT3, ' COLORED VELVET KIBBONS, HEAD NETS, ETC. SMALL WARES AND ZEPHYR WORSTED. We are constantly receiving tee latest NOVELTIES of the European markets, besides our own production ot various st les lu NEW TRIMMINGS. Onr prices are reduced to the very lowest Gold rates. t9 2nrp KICK BLACK SI'LKS, AT REDlicED PRICES. . i ' JLARGE PURCHASES AT THEJ PHILADELPHIA AND NEW YOBK AUCTIONS Finable us to exhibit a splendid line of PARIS TAFFETAS, ' . ' GROS DU RHINE, OR08 GRAIN. GROS DU AFRIQUE. CUKWEN SIODDART & BROTHER, Nos. 450, 452, nud 464 N. SECOND Street, 8 29 8t ...... Above tVillow. J)REIFUSS & BELSINGER, ' No. , 49 North EIGIlTH Street. .Have just opened s complete stock of SPRING GOODS, CONSISTING OJf LACES, EMBROIDERIES, AND FANCY GOODS. 3A0 pieces plain and striped Jaconets,' the newest styles, fchirved and Tuoked Muslins, which we ar odering at low prices. too doxen Hemstitched Handkerehlefk,'at old prices. 25, J7, 0, and 60 ceuis. . a ' . A fnll assortment of the newoet deslini LACE COL. LAbS and COLLABfcTlES, irom 37 cents up to a 10. OLOVEfl-eLOVES. " A complete line of JOCVIN KID GLOVE1, to which we Invite attention, which w, eilor at low figures. ABBIELLE BK.1BTS. ; ' 'OABBIELLB 8K1BT8. The newest, most deslrublo, and stylish nklrts noir Worn. , lUCKED SKIRTING, cboap aui ilotslrable article or ladles' wear. - 3 nil r ?