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THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH.- AMtlSSEMF.NTS. KW ('HB8M7T Strkbt Thkathi. JVewer ton Jxite to Mmd, bf Chine. Kos.de, 11 not only a sonsn tion piece, but ill produotion in London tu the cause of a sensation .ceneamonrst the Audience on the first nipht of lla representation. Its rerelatfona of the secret, ot the prison house were no strong, so revolting, and no harrowina:, that the audience aotu allr refused to allow the piece to proceed. Those rocnoa hare beru modified, imd as it in, the piooo is eminently interesting, ana, boa ties, hat a high moral aim. MIm Annie Ward took ber benefit at the Now Chesnut rltreet Theatre on Friday evniiiriir. .An. K., formerly a, popular memlier of the company, volunteered her very ices to play the charaotor of "7am," in the O toroon. Inroad of (coins' to the Chennut tUreot Theatre, the lively '-Zoe" attended tiio Arch Htreet Theatre, and enjoyed Mr. 1illon'a enaotmout of Dtlphtior In this dilemma the ma jisror had to cad nit Miss Josio Orton to perform the part, which that lady accomplished most accept ably, although alio had ni opportunity to roliearse the part, and had not "looked up nor lines" for several months. Die audienco appeared nlensii at the change, and the artair pasted off as happily as could be expected. It Is riven out as a cause tor this mixbehavfor of "Zoo," that she has threatened that she wen d be Instrumental in closing the Ches nut Btrcot 1 hoatro tor one niplit at least, and honoe this neat little "set-up" plot, as the sequel showed, railed, and was scarcely she-Napoleonlo in Its cha racter. li-s (Irton was fully appreciated, and was called before the onrtain to receive the congratula tions ot ter friends, tine assumed the part with diffidence, and her perfection in it seemed to como from inspiration, as sho surprised not only lior hearers, but herself as well. HA Nbw Kttkbpkisk. Most of our readers have witnessed tlio tiitht-rope perlormances 01 Master Kdward lUvers during his engagements in this city, lie is better known to the public by bis stage name, "l Kino Krtdie." He is remarkable not onv tor the place and arility of his performances, but for his daring and courage. Uo will attempt lc-ts (and perform Uiem successfully) wiuoli even JSiondiu hlniHeh would hesitato to try. liis rroat popularity in this country has induced Mr. Fox-, tue Proprietor ot the American Theatre in this city, in connection with i-oine othi-r vcniitnien, to enter into an ongago nient with him tor a European tour, lie Will open at the Crystal I'aluce in Loudon, about the latter end ot the proseut mouth, and probably romain in England, Ire. and, and Heotland for a year or more Ho will thou niako the tour of the conliuent pre vious )o his return to the Unitort States. Johu C. t'urran, JCsq., an aceoinpUtilind gentleman, very familiar with amurenituo-, and having lnre expe rience in the tarte ot Itio public, left New York on Mature sy last in the steamer City of Washington, for the purpose ot making appropriate arrangements tor his debut. We predict for "El Kino" an un qualified success, and for those who have embarked in the venture, remuuotative returns. We hope that he will givo us a touch ot his quality beiore he leaves us. Abcu Stbeet J'hratrk On Saturday the popular actor, Mr. K. L. lilton, took a boncDt. and we are glad to say his many lrionds turned out in full force to give him a hearty welcome. On that occasion 'his daughter, Miss Fanny V. Tiiton.trod tho boards for thellrsttimein the character of "Martha Koseblade " She piajed the character with wondurtul nerve and calmness, tor thouvli not a fine part, in our esti mation it ia a veiy difficult one. The manner in which Miss 1 ilton acquittod herself was. truly won dorlul for a first attempt. She has a clear voice and very distinct enunciation, and seems perfeotly at home. We congiatulate the lady, and wish her all the success which her talent and study will suroly gain tor her. The piece was very nicely put upon the stage. Mr. Murdoch is at length sufficiently rooovorod to jrive us toe admirablo artiHtio tieat 01 t el ve nights of his exquisite and highly finished performances. The opening piece will bo Wild Oat. Academy ov Music Mr. Whoatley, who seemed to have forgotten us in the vortex or New York, presents to ns this evoning tho Havel Family, which seems never to be wanting in talent or in new mem bers. They a 1 come dancing and skipping into the world, and they never tail down stairs, but tall natu rally down traps the girls dance before they walk. Altogether the Kave.s canio into the world tor the express purpose of adding lustre to the dramatic combination known tor t'ie last twenty years as the Kavel Family. The piecos will be put on the stage with every advantage of decoration and mise en scene. Walnut StbeetTheatbb Mrs. D. P. Bowers appears this evening in The Ixuly of Lyons. 'Ibis lady will be welcomod with the doepest feeling of sympathy, as well as admiration, tor Mrs. Bowers, by the special quality of her talent, interests all who come within the magnetism of her prcsenoe. She -will be supported by Mr. MoColiom, a gentleman who brings a high reputation from Baltimore. FOR SALE AND TO RENT. J 0 O M S TO KENT large, Well Lighted and Ventilated HOOMS, ON THE SECOND AND THIRD FLOORS OF THE "Evening Telegraph" Building, No. lOH South THIRD Street, TO KENT. APPLY IN THE OFFICE, FIRST FLO OK. N. 1$. WITH OB WITHOUT fcTEAM TOWER. t FOR 'SALE OR TO LET-A HOUSE situated in Twenty-first street, above Pine. For lor luionnation apply or address No. 120 N. NKCOaiD Street. i HI) itrp f ARCH AND TWENTIETH, NEAR ST. lJ Clement's Cliurch. Superior dwelling, No 142 N. FWKKTIETR (Street, lor sule cheap. Call from loX to 12X. 3o9 TO RENT THE FIRST-CLASS RESI !t PKNCE, No. 1133 BI'KINQ GARDEN Street, with urniture lor sale. Kent, S0U. Apply on the pruinlHus torn 1 to I o'clock V. M. i 27 t TO RENT, DOUBLE COTTAGE, CON t.iii tainlng eight rooms, and five in the attic, on the ir tn ton Kuliroad, one uilie btlow incouy, with toach bouse and Btable. 3 'ii 2w Apply t No. 717 WALNUT Street. WANTS. rrilREE GENERAL AGENTS WANTED TO 1 act in Important locations for the New York Acci dental Insurance Company Active mono! good address, applv to HIAMv O. ALLEN, Brnnoh Olllce, No. 41(1 CUKSM'T titreet. Apply soon. 2 21 ' LOST. N O T I C E. f,OST-A Prison Warrant. No. 14. drawn March 81. lHbK, in favor oi W. 11. Orubb. tor (68 75, on the Citv Treasurer, has been lost. All persons are hereby notitied oat to negotiate the same, as payment has been stepped at the olllce ot the Treasurer. April 2. 1W66. fli W.H. GRTJBB. IOST'OR M ISLAID, A PERPETUAL POLICY J OF INM'BANl'K. Issued by the Fire Association if Phil.deluhla. to JACOH UASLKB. lor a 1MK). dated July It, lhod. Any Information thereof will be received by C. KNGMIOFEK. n inn in r Bi 'on , Ho. 107 North F1K1U BL 21 lmrp p A PIE It MAOIIE GOODS. 7APIEH MACIIE GOODS. TARTAN GOODS, SCOTCH PLAID GOODS. A fine assortment of rapier Maobe Work Tablet, Writing Desks, Inkstands, and Scotch Plaid Goods, Just reoeived per tbe steamer "St. George," too late for CbrWmas sales, suitable for Bridal OUts.eto., will be sold low. , JfcAAC TOWNSEND, Houpe FnrnlsblnK Store of the late JOHN A. MUKPnEY, No. 822 CHESNUT STREET, J 24 Jklgw Teaf,tHtreet, FINANCIAL. Y E OP FEU FOR SALE Central Pacific ItR. 7 per Cent. Bonds, JnJirctf payaUe in Gold, In Vie cUy of Nmc York; Issued to the Pacific Railroad Co. Interest payable In currency. The cheapest Govern ment Bonds on tho market, reoeived by United Statos Treasurer at 80 per cent as security for National Dank Circulation. Morris and Essex Railroad First Mortgage 7's, Due 1014, Htrlctlj FIrst-clnss Bonds t for salo lower thnn other lionits of tho same class. Government securities of all kinds bought and sold. Stocks and Gold bought and sold on commission In this and other markets. Interest allowed on deposits. E. W. CLARK & CO., Bankers, 1 188m..!l.0i.??!l, s Thlrd st- Phllad. HOOP SKIRTS. ) U 1' L E X , S K I It T FASHIONS FOB lHfiO. li CA DLEY 8 DUPLEX ELLIP1IC (OB DOUBLE SrUISG) HOOP SKIKT. Knch Hoop of this PECTJLIAB 8K1RT Is composed oi two pnriy-ttmptrt d steel strings, braided TiuniLTand fiiimlv toKCthtr boor to edok, torming at onco the Hi K(JGht'l and most 1XKX I lil.K HOOP made. I liey will not bkmp or bkkak like toe single springs, but Sjs 11 KVKH l'KKHERVB tllClr VSItFECT Slid BEA1ITIFI I. shape, where three or four ordinary Bklrts will have been thrown a v. ay as nsclvss. 'I heir Konderful jUxtbthiy Anns orrati.t to the com foet and con v ENiKNca. besides Hiving intense plbash kk to the weaker, as will be particularly esprru need br ladies attt.ndlns crowdid receptions, balls, operas, etc. Is fact, lor the promenade, or huuse , the church, thea tre, or ear. they arc unsurpassed, combining oommikt, dt'rahii.ity and kconoht, with that blboanob ot sliapo which has made the DUPLEX ELLIPTIC THE BTANDAKD SKIKT OF THE FASHIONABLE WOKLO. Mnnaraotured exclusively by the SOLE OWNEIW of Patent, WESTS, 13KADI.F.Y & CA11Y o. CUAMBKliS and 1.08. 79 and 81 KE ADE SU., NEW YOUK. STerchants will be supplied as above, and by Phlladcl ihn.iolbtrs. FOKbALii in all First-class Bktail Stores In this tin. Inuulieior C2U3mrpv BRADLEY '8 DUPLEX ELLIPTIC SKIKT. BRADLEY' S DUPLEX ELLIPTIC SKIRT Combining Dorabillty with elegance ot shape. Now Spring Styles just received, J. M. HAFL.EIG1I, 310 2m No. D02 CHESNCT Street JRADLEY'S DUI'IEX ELLIPTIC SKI11T, M ost fash lonabl e and popular In use. For sale by J. O. MAXWELL & SON, 3 10 2m 8. E. corner ELEVENTH and CHESNUT. QEO. A,. COOKE IS SELLING THE PRESTON COAL, Which is the very lout SCHUYLKILL COAL coniiiiK to this market, AT $7 PER TON. ALSO EAGLE VEIN Same sizes, at same prices. Deliverable to any part of thecltjr, perfectly clean, and free of slate. Orders received at No. 114 South TIIIED Street. EMPORIUM 813rp No. 1314 WASHINGTON Avenue. COAL! OOA.L!! BEST QUALITIES OF COAL AT LOWEST MARKET RATES, AT CJ 0 A L YARD, NINTH STI1EET, ' BELOW CIRARD AVENUE. UKAJJCH OJTFICE CORK KK OF SIXTH AND fiTJUKG UAKPfcN blKkETS. 21 pIULADELPUIA DEPOT OF THE KNOX FliUrr FARM AND NURSERIES. Wa have established a branch ot our business In Phila delphia, where ordeis lor all our stock, Including URAPK VINr.H, HASl'BKBUY 8TltAWBfeRlt,and BLCKBKHRT PLANTS, CURRANT and UUOriK BKKR1 BUBUelct, et. etc., will lecrive prompt attention. Jl'CUMJA-OUK No 700 STRAWBERRY. The most valuable Strawberry ot" which we have any knowledge, a good supply of Plants constantly on hand. Also , AGRICULTURIST, And all other doslmb e kinds Plants grown in fOTH or BOXES, for bearing FIRST BK.ASON, ot the above tro named kinds, can be liu nlslied In any quantity, Price LIhi live oi ctianre. DCKlPTlVJt AiiD ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE, 10 cents. J.KNOX Vlwim No. TV MARKET Street, Philadelphia, ALSLEY PATENT STEP-LADDER. Having commenced the manuiaeture of TBE UALBLEY PATENT STEP-LADDEH IN rniLADELPHIA, " we are folly prepared to All orders to any amount. Sizes from I to lu leet, DEALERS are partleulalry requested to call and to them. J. KNOX, So. W MARKUT Street, Philadelphia. Liberal discount made to dealers. 1 21 wlm J. STEWART DEPUF, NO. 253 80UTH HKCONM Htrnnt. I'hlladeluhla. Is now aelllnir from ono ot the larueat nnd bent aiwortmunti ol Caruet. Oil Cloths, tosttliiKS, Window hhades, &.o., Ac, that lie lias had tbr many years, and at very reduced prices. 81 1 J. L. CAPEN. PHRENOLOGIST, Successor to Fowler, Wells A Co.. Slvea written and verbal duacriutkma of charac ter with C'haru. daily at a in 1...... v . a. o mttfvrmtrr .-... W H at aat or as x vat on an ca en a am III oS3o o n 1 ! E5! W tsS W 5d W SS tea i eB tea .if ii M 0 g o o CO oo in h P Jr, 5? 'a'a W KXP.'A'AXK'A H o PQ 1 B-T W H Er U2 EH p zn H W o w w w w W MM W ma a 3 a H A M m 0 hi 0 0 I t i H M ft H hi h am S3 tea En ts teas Seem "HhhdlrH H H H H is ec8 oo oo 6- 6 o i.5c 'iht, fab, 05 CO CO 8C O 'So o o o i25 88 lHHhMHf4 So o OS o 03 o o so KM H 3 KM a tea a erne k at re m oo 10 00 nco CO a,, 00 to CO Ojf- to 0,00. H m a o n as c oq "ina sum n 95" as (JAr.PKTI'(JS ! CAIU'll'riNOS ! AT IIHTAIL.. SlcCALiUIS, lUEASE & No. rli) CHKSNl'T Street, Orl'OPITB I IErKNDBNCB li ALL, Dc(f leave to Inlorm the puhlio that they have now open thoir llUXCi STOCK OF C utV I? I lH T I IV CI KKW AD CIIOICK DESK.A3 OF . Foreign and Domestic Hanufacture, Whica thoy oiler tt pricos corresponding with THE DECLINE IN COLD. FRENCH AND ENGLISH AXMINSTER. ENGLISH ROYAL WILTON. ELVtTJ, ALL WIDTHS. SUPERIOR ENGLISH JJRUsSf L. TAPESTRY ENGLISH BRUSSELS. LOYAL WILTON, VELVET, RHUSsEL AND TAPESTRY CARPET. Wo ofTor the above in all widths, with birders for Hull.'- uuU Stairs. Ali-40 Imporiii.1 Tlireo-Ply CJavpot Llxtrn JSviperfine liiuruin. JUST RECEIVED, ' WHITE, RED, CHECKED. AND FANCV Canton Mattinirs, or ALL WIPTIia. .IkCallmns, Crease & Sloan. No. 510 CM IKSNUT Streot, OlTO.sirE lKDKI'EN DUNCE HALL. l-i li lmrp JUST 11ECEIVE1), YARD-AND- A I F-WIDK V E L Vr E T C A It I E T S, NEW DESIGNS. j. F. & E. II ()RE, No. 904 C 11 ESNU T ST Tl Li K T. 3-4 4-4, :lf (i-4, WHITE, RED, AND FANCY U ANTON MATTINGS. J. F. & E. B. ORNE, Wo. 004 , CHESKU T S T It E E T. JNGLTSH BRUSSELS, FOR STAIRS AND WALLS, WITH EXTRA BORDERS. J. F. & F. B. OUNE, . No. 004 CHESNUT ST R E E T. 500 Pieces NEW PATTERNS ENGLISH TAPESTRY BRUSSELS. J. F. & E. li. ORNE, No. 004 3 20 3mrp O II E S N U T S T R E E T. "QLE X ECHO MI L LS GERMAN TOWN, PA. 3UCALLUMS, CUEASE & SLOAN, HannfaetnrerM, Importers, and Whole ale Dealers la CAEPETINGS, OIL CLOTHS, MATTINGS, Etc. WAREHOUSE, No. 509 CHESNUT STREET, OPPOSITE TUB BTATB BOUBB, PhiladolpUla. RETAIL DEPARTMENT, 3 6 8mrp No. 519 CHESNUT STREET. Q A 11 P E TINGS! LEE DOM '& SHAW Are dow opeuing a full assortment of Foreign and 'Domestic Carpets. Ibe.. gooda wUl be told at the LOWEST CA8U rilICl.8, to col respond with UieFALL OF GOLD. No. mo ARCH Street, ' 3 241ai ABOVE HINIU DRY GOODS. AT RETAIL. JAS. 0. CAMIT.SLL & CO., No. 727 CHESNUT Streot, Have made extensive artdit'on.i to their popu lur Stix k ot SILKS AND DUISSS CJOODS, WHICH THEY CONTINUE TO SELL At Moderate Prices. WIIOLKSALK ItOOMS Ul' STAIItS. 13811m 1 A DIES' L I fl H T CLOTH SACQHES, j IN ALL THK, l'OI'Ur.AU -TVl,KS Of LliUlOE JU A'IKBIAL, AND M ADE HI" IN Tile, UK.sr A1ANM.U. ULACK 8ILK fOATS. OJLAi K MLK -ATS, ULA( 11 MLKis s( iJtTP.1. BLAL'K ILK S.vnotlKS. BLAI K Nll.K ViK 't'L A US KT' '.. HLU K MLK OIK' I'll ' US. KTC Cliwts H run DA il'V .t IIIIOI'IIKIl Nos. 4.'iU. 452. and io4 N. Hc.lfi Ml 8 1'KKK r. .11 0t AI'.OVK WILLOW. tyJW. rLtTHS AND C A S S 1 M E U K S KOli rLHAKS, A NI COAT.-). a: iKf a 1 1. 1 nr imu'mi r iiH m. ( liKWr'N STiDiMKl A RKOTIIKK. N'ns. 4W, 4VJ, and 401 is. BKi'ON l HTKF.kT 3 31 St AWOVKWILLUT. Ii A N C Y C A Srs I M E It E S, KAKCY COATINGS. MIXKl) r WSSIMFRKS LA ir.ST 8T LK CAHSIMKREH, GOODS KOK M H VS AND H0Y WfcAIt, AT kr'DUt KI TKIcES. CITRWEN ft t ODDAUr A: BKOTHKB, Nos. 4AU, 4.U. and 4A4 . bJiCOND HTRKKT, J3I3t AUOVK WILLOW.. T I C 11 ULACK S Ji AT HUHH Ell i'UH'R. LAllOE ITiii'liAMKH AT 1 11 K I L K .S pnriiA'.u.L KNaUi.c us VHIA ANDM.W ORK AI(T!OsS TO I XIlUtlT A Sl'LJi .DID LINii Or' l'A ltlr TAI Fi:i AS. tiHOrt DI7 KHIVK. UltOrf 1KINH, UKO UK LMKRUjrE. CCRWKS TOI1IIAW1 A ItUOI HtH Nos. 400, 4AK,aiid4M -N.SK'ONn S I' R ii' . 3 l:i AltOVK WILLOW. DlUMI-lS & KlMiSINCUill, No. 49 North EIGHTH Street, Have jnst opened a complete stock of SIMUNO (JOOUS, t ONRITISG Oil LACES, LMBKOIDEUIES, AND FANCY GOODS. 3W pieces plamand atr'ped Jacouct, tho newest strle.. bblrrtd and '1 ncSoJ AIus Ins, which e are oilurlng at low prices. ."On dozen Hemstitched Uaiidkurclilcfs, at old prices, '26, 31. 40. and 5u ecu s A lull assortment ol' tbe newest design LAOK COL J.ALS and CULLAXll.T I KS, lrom .17 ceucs np to i0. GLOVEB-GL07E8. A completo linn of JOFVIN KID GLOVR', to which wc inile attention, which no oiler at low figures. OABlUF.LLi: HK1KTS. G ABRIELLF, BRUITS. Then.west, most dosirahlo, and stylish skirts now worn. 1UC'K"',, SKIRTING, a cheap and desirable article or ladlea' wenr. ti li J CHAMBERS, NO. 810 ARC LI STREET. . GR1AT HE DIM TMN IN l'UK KS. NEW GOOD" OPF.NIVG DAILY. Kl AL LACK GOODS. ' TliKKAD Vr 1LS VALENC IEN'NK, CLUNY. AND GUIPtTKF. LACES. CAMBKIC EDGINGS AM) INSKRTIONS. A choice stock or French Muslins ibr Walstn and Dresses, snorrlor make sol i-rtnish Cambric, Stripe and Fluid ainsook, ut rcmsrknhly low prices. 3 29 (it INSTRUCTS) N. $25. T " v UUn imiMM COLLEGE, HANDEL AND HA YDU HALL. Extraordinary Inducements ! XOVEL AND PERMANENT ARRANCEMENT OF BUSINESS COLLEGE TERMS, Front April 1 to October 1, And Succeeding Years. LI KB SCHOLARSHIPS, Including Book keeping Busj boss Correspondence, Forms aud 1 ustnuis Cimi uieiclal Ariiliuietic, lliuiness l'enaiausliii,, lietccuug counter.elt wouoy, and Coui uicrclal Law, TWENTY-FIVE DOLLARS. p( liOLAllSIIll'S. Including tho same suhiecU as above, time limited to Thruo ilomhs, TWENTY DOLLARS. . reiiniansfclp, three months $ T no I'onmanship nnd Arithmetic, 'liree iiiunths 10-dO 1 he 8avuiK 01 coal and kbs In tuo summer months Is sn adVHiitaKt ol such impurtatic as Piialilus the muuagn meutof this t'olife to uiuKc a cotsldiruulo rcducujnla the tuuimcr rates. Iroiu October 1, ISfl'l. to April 1, 1S07, And succeedlngycurs, as beiore. Life Scholarships S33 00 hcholarshliis, 3 mouths .;S U0 Fcnuianshlp. 3 mouihs ijilll U0 1'i iinisunU p anu ArltUnietio, J muutus t il ml Kiieclal Terms Ibi Clubs, Soldiers, and lor the Sonsot ministers and Icachcis. DAY AND EVENING INSTRUCTION FOR BOTH SEXES AND ALL AGES. Kndorsei bv the public a" ths mos successful Buslm-ia OUtfe 01 the couutrr. as is t-vldoncru O.v the la t that Four Hundred anu Two Mtudo its have enured 111 tue first ai moiiths oi Its existence. Open Day aud Evenlnu throughout tbe year. call or send tor a catuloKuu, Collugo Currcucy, and Plr.KOti'o Practical l-.ducutor So. Sill NortU EIUI1TK Street. S312tSp THOMAS M. PIERCE. XHE NATIONAL BUSINESS AND TELEGRAPH COLLEGE, Nos. 611 and 613 Chesnut Street, PHILADELPHIA. TKHMS. Business Course ft) CH 'leieKraphiUK. lull course H'W BuHlnukS Course and Teiearaunlng ...7 J '00 Arithmetic and renmanshlp Included in elUiif course. Ladies Taugbt Telegraphing. N.B. Vf have a Primary Business Coarse for Boys, aud those not tar euougli ailvuuced lor the other depart ments. Tuition lor fourteen weeks,JU. Ircolars tor either department can bi Lad at the olllce. or by addressing ,,. 3 A mw8lii.4p J. C. at Vli FORD. WEST GROVE BOAUUINO-SCHOOL lor Girls, at WEST GKOVE STATION, Phi adol phla and Itu tlmure Central Uullrnad, Cnutr co. , Pa. The buiiniier Term ol lull twenty wocki will oouv nience oil rlecond-day. the 7,h ot atbmo. nxt. The course of Instruction Is complete aud thorough, couiKuteut lustruotor. ar euiploveJ, and Improved me thods ol tca( hlliK are adopted. Tha prouiouon tti Ul. health and luipplness of the pupils Is a leuuluij objouL For elroulani, udoitss tue Principal. . 'iUOMAS P. CONARa, DRY GOODS. 113 P1UCI4 & WOOD, H3 N. NINTH STREET, ABOVE ARCH. Hare Just opened: 8C00 yards best Uloaohed Mulin in the city, for 2!i conta per jartl. Illeactied Muslim, 23, S3, 81, 33 and 35 ennta. J uH opened, one ta:e lioiict Uub.eaoliod Mus lin, vard wirin, 24 cents. (iood iinblcnclied Mucins, 13, 20, 92. 25, and 23 ot. Jnst not uod, ono caso 6-4 Bleaoiied Muslin, 81f Ota. per yard. l'lliow-case and 8lioe'ln Muslins. ast color Caliooeg, 15 cents per yard. Peat qnalltv Ca'looes, lat colors 18J eta. per yari. Amrrcan Ginen iins and Doiaiues. French uineliama, lost colors. Kiceiona ity Black Alpaoas, CO, Co, 70, 60, 93, 66. nd tl 12). Just opened (Yom Nev Vork, f 00 dozen Lluen Nap kins, f 2 37., 82 60, $2 G2, 62 76, 98 00, 83 60, up to go'iOpor dozen. fab e C'lotlis and Tablo Linens by the yard. A large assortment or llnckacaok Towen. Handsome Damask Towels liurkabnck and Crash by the yard. Scotch Diaper, by the pteoe or yard blurting Uncus, lrom 45u. up to 1 4) per yard. WUIfB GOODS. WHITE GOODS. lost cpcnd, largo lot ol aoft finish Cambrics, 3$, 40, 45, 50, CO, and 65 cents por vara. olt llnlsli Cambrios, tnli If d. wide. 50o. por yd. . Nainsook Muslins, 25, 81, 3o, 40,44, 60, y!i, 64, up l 60 rents per yard. v J'mid and btnpe Mnnlins W hite brilliants, an auction lot, 35 cents, cheap. fctrrrvd Muslins, very choap, etc. oto. A large assortment ol Hosiery and Uiovos, Jaoonot Kiii'iiiffs. lusertiiips, and KJouucliiirs. A uevr lot o( ltoruiet lUbbona, clioioj oolots and Rood quality. Best quality Hoop Hkirts, mado to onlrr, cxprossJy for our gales. PI II OK WOOD, tio. 113 N. KINT11 Street, above Arch. S. B Will rrruoto to tbo N. W. cornor Eighth nni i.bert nlree'B uboat tlio last of April. 3 31 (II1X MUSLINS. PILLOW MUSLINS. AT 31 tENTS. YARD WIDE MUSLINS, AT 25 CENTS. WIDE SHEETING, $100. mE SIIlRTINtJS, 35 CENTS, VARD '.V IDE UNBLEACHED, 25 CENTS. YARD WIDE EXTRA HEAVY UNBLEACHED 28 CENTS. ' YARI) WIDE CHINTZES, 25 CENTS. LINEN GOODS. LINEN SHEETINGS. $1-50. 8-4 TABLE- DAMASK, $1-00. 8-4 LOOM DAMASK, $1-00. 8-4 UNBLSACHED DAMASK, 75 CENTS. 7-4 UNBLEACHED DAMASK, C5 CENTS.", 100 DOZEN NAPKINS, $265. 200 DOZEN RED BORDERED TOWELS, J. C. STIiAWBMD(iE& CO.. 12 3mrp N. W. COR. EKiHTII AND MARKET STREETS. 1 , "VM. II. IIORSTMM & S0.S, FIFTH and CHERRY Sts. PHILADELPHIA. IMPORTERS AND MANUFACTURERS OF LADIES' DRESS AND CLOAK TRIMMINGS, FLAIN AKD FANCY BUTTONS, COTTON TKIJLMINQS, BLACK AND COLORED QALLOOXd, CLUNY LACES, BELTINUS, UUH'CKE LACKS. BALMOUAL TBIMMINUH," GIMPS AND OKNAMKfiTU,, coi.oued velvjct kibuons, head nets, etc. SMALL WARES AND ZEPHYR WORSTED. We are constantly receiving tte latest NOVELTIES of the European markets, besides our own production of various stiles hi NEW TltlMHINCiS. Our prices are reduced to the very lowest a old rates. 1 19 imrp IX. srrisiiL & son HAVE NOW OPEN A CHOICE ASSORT MENT OF RICH PRINTED PIQUES. BLACK AND WHITE PRINTED Ply'JES. CHOICE STYLES FRENCH PERCALES. PLAIN BLUE, BUFF AND PINK PERCALES.; PLAIN WHITE AND BUFF PIQUE. 8 81smv, Not. 713 and 716 N. TKJS'TH St. HA VE JUST OPENED SEVERAL CHOIOEL LOTS Oil ' SPRING AND SUMMER DRESS GOODS. ' AHboJFhtatleas Uian tha cost ot Importation, an J wnlbioldat ... VKltY LOW PRICKS. 8 81smw os. 713 and 715. N. TESTU St. G REAT, SACRIFICE IN DRY GOODS. CLOAKS, CLOAKs, DhJiSS GOOD. SILK SHAWLS, NOTIONS. CLOTHS. CASSIMERE1, BA'i 1NET8. VF.STrNOS, E TO. ETC.. SELLINO Or r 'iu OLUHE BUSINESS. Store to lot, good-will and tlx lares tor salo. JONEPH HAOY. t ttwuuiluirp Ko, W N. bEC'VUJl Btrvv', l'UU