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THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPn. PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4, 18G6.
5 THE C6MNECTICUT ELECTION. Grl Ilnwlry hnn 509 BtIrlty i Hwlsm trpnlrnr la the JKllsUare. Nmw Havrk. April 31 P. M. Rotnrrn from 151 towns jrlveHawlev 84R raaioritj. There are 11 town to hear from which cave MClellan 1 majority. The Sonato Is two-thlrdg Union, and I the House has r0 Union majority. Nw Hivw, April X The Republican' here ere bring 36 guns over tbe til ecu on of (ieneial II aw ley. The Palladium, ot thin evening, figures up 850 malortty lor Hawley In the Slate. 8E5ATOK8 ELECTED OOMPLKTR 1. Gtort Bench. 2. LKMUKL STOUOTOH. 11. Xe.rah Vnrmcin. Char. W. Uallabd. David Orrknhi.it. Dr. Jon h MoGrkooh. MLHOM KOBBT3. (Dem.) ItKOROK W. PKKT. J. 8. fayrfen. 13 4 Thomas It. Jiond. 14. 6. Inane 1'. lioger. 115, 6. H. LYIIPN hARRIKON. lfl 7. HIRAM APPtJCMAN. ,17, B Joiih T Watt 18. II. O lluhhnrd. 9. KllRHA H.PALMKB. 19. WILMAM K. COHK. 10. William D. Bithop. 20. Jahpki a. Boltoh. 11. I.KOROK Kltl-LOOO. 13 Union (in small OAfs)) 8 Democrats (in Italic ) SEDUCTION AND ELOPEME BfT. A MARBIED MAX LEAVES A WIVE AND BICVKN CHILDRKH IN DANVILLE, fa., to klopk with a OIRL OW VljrTEKtl HIB KKIKtsUS V I0TIM1ZKD OUT OV xo. A runaway coupl wore arretted at the Everett Honse in this city yesterday morning by Colonel G. harr Wtone. oi ihe Detective Forco, and the story oi "man's betrayal and woman's wrong" is thus told : I Iip victim and one of the arrested parties, Eliza both Gnromaer, is the yonnvest daughter ot a hott? acepcr at Dnuvilie, t'a., aud'has boon lor yoars the pot of her family aiid tne cynosure ot vilairo eyes. All her whim wero respected, all her desires era ti lled, anil surrounded with comlort una evon olo KHiice, thin jprl, who is only fllteen, lound lite o linppy that sun dreamed not ol sorrow, thought no. ot danger. Yd. even in her mfaiicv, as it were, evil ryes shoue upon her, and the seducer was coolly and cunning weaving his tnaros about her. Ihis individual, wloiii we will now imro duce, was Adum Mock, a miller in ttio neighborhood, boaiiue a lair roputation anion? his neighbors, and ble-ced with a wifo and seven children Hck bad been lor years on inti mate terms with the parental Gurnincpr, ate nt his board, shared his love, sat by hitn in tho Lodge, aud received and divided purses with h'in. Thrown into daily contact, this head of a virtuous family east his baleful eyes on the daughter of lis triend, and wormed his way Into hor breast by the stealth v ap proaches of a practised libertine. Trott-nding to see in Elizabeth tne (terms oi musical taste, Adam excited her desire to become proiicient, si that sue uiuuoed ber father to proc.ire her a piauo and solicit his friend (who appears to be favored wiili some mu sical genius) to iiive his daughter lessons. Aow came the opportunity ot the eoduc;r. The muslo lessous afforded cause for long tcte-a-ti.toj, and through music be taucht ber love. It mutters not now to iollow this victim through tho various intricacies of Ins bad, hold, and ams,! too Bueccs-ful plot against the pin's honor, lie wooud wuli muic; he cuiolcd and fluttered; be excited bur sympathy by tales of domestic striieand bitterness ; ho invoked brr pit y ; he pieturon bow bapuy no might no m somo far-olT clime with ono so loving, so am able ai she, to sootho bis woes, to share his Joys Sho listened ; sho wept over his sotrows; she pitied his heart nude desolate by ameraud hatred ut home; she loved and she tell. Having accompli-tied tho seduction ol bis victim, and not vet tired by stttioly, Hock delibe rately planned an elopement, to which ho obtained a reluctant consent, to tho pill who hud at last awakened to the sad tact tbai her honor and her future were in uis hands. Tho seoncer, boloio leav ing, visited his lricnds and premising that he was about entering into a now speculation, obtained their ftiaortemcnts to his notes to tue amount of something over $8000, which ho had cashod at a country bank, 'thus providod witn iunds, last Saturday morning liock took his paramour secretly from her lather's bouse, and commenced his journey to the West, arriving hero on Friday, stopping at the Everett Hcuse. Unit night the twain rested in lanckd security, never dreaming that the avenger was close and hard npon their track; but yesterday morning a lriond of the girl's father deposited at tho I'olice Station the pho tographs oi the pair. The-e pictures wcro placed in i ho bands oi Officer btune, who, proceed ing up Fourth street, met the jrirl coming out ot the Everett Hou"e. She was immediately escorted to the Station, whore sho suid ber paramour had gone to laccurd's store to obtain somo Jewolry tor ber. Another trip was made by Officer Stone, who met his man on tho sidewalk and recognizing him from the photograph, requested his attention, which was nnwilii'igly given, and he was escorted to tne Sta tion to moot his victim and her lather's mend. Mr. Koih), who had traced the twain from Danville. What criminatioes and recriminations there ensued, we shall not attempt to toll. Suffice it. that the j;irl, finding that her lrienilu viouid net desort her, de cided to return to hor home with llr. K. on tho train to-night, and that Adam ilock, the iseducer, will iomain in custody until a requisition lrom tho Governor of Pennsylvania can be lorwarded here. P. 8. Hock, altergettiug a slvht and smell ol our calaboose, came to tho conclusion that ho would rather mn all the risks awaiting him at Danville than to be immured within its walls. Ue theielore pave Mr. Rebil all the money he bad with him, and itarted with that gentleman, a voluntary prisoner. JSt, Louis l'rts. '14. AMUSEMENTS. kw CHistsCT bTKtKT Theatre. Mr. Charles Rtade's works, ilk those of Dickens, are written to a rve a great sooial aud humanitarian purpose. '.Never loo Eato to Mend" was written to sotibel'ore tne public the abuses ot the prison system in Eng land, which was disgrace to a nation boasting of its civilization, its great charitable institutions, and its wealth. Tbe book of "Never Too Late to Mend" caused a groat sensation, di awing the attention of the Gov ernment to tbe evils and abuses it described, and ultimately effected great reforms, juit as Eugene tine's "Mysteres de Paris" swept away whole streets ignored by the authorities, which were dens of crime ana misery. This is a noble triumph lor works or fiction, and the drama can have no higher purpose than to follow in the same path. Hence tho great interost and success of Never Too Late to Aend.. But it was a loool success and a local interest. Here where the laws ol humanity and equality are preserved even when a prison exoludes the criminal lrom sooial llle, the evils and abuses vortrayed in A'tvtr Woo Lute to Menri lose itielr point, and It becomes revolting and tedious. iStill, as a matter of curiosity this play is attractive. It is well put on the stage, with every resource that tho scenery allows. Mordauut, who plays tlie priucipal part, was exceedingly eilect've, portraying tbe reck lewness of tho flash thief with much spirit, aud after wards the change to total reform, with much urtiatio Bkill. Hiss Orton, in tbe true spirit of art, accepted a part that was of no great importance, and would have been insignificant if she had not played it. Mr. Lewis showed some talent in the eharaoter of the "Jew," the first glimpse w have seen, Mr. Foster has not loroe enough lor "George Melding." Miss Andrews, though correct and evidontly expe rienced, has no magnetism about her, and is utterly wanting in pathos. Walnut Street Theatre Mrs. Bowers' "Oa PDille" is the only "Camille" we have now on the etaxe lull of delicacy, teudorue-s, pathos, and pas siou. Through tho long scenes ot tue last acts Bhe Interests to the last to tke last the audienoa is in tent on her every word aud movement. The low, p ambve strains ot Traviata (played like dream inuBio by Mark Hasslor) complete admirably the poetry of this beantitnl artistio doliuoation. This evening, Mrs. Bowers will give us her fine creation of ".Lady Audlov." It is tbe finest original concep tion that has been given in our dramatic world tor many years, and would even, without any ot her other achievements, give Mrs. Bowers a diploma of genius. Mr. McCollom is entirely free from rant and man nerism, lie has a fine vuioe, and a handsome and expressive face. He was received with great tavor by the audience. Lady Aud Icy will be plaved but once. All who have seen u, and all who have not seen it, should remember that this eharaoter is a great com bination of intelligence, soul, and artistio finish. Arch Street Theatre The Inconitant; or, Wine Workt Wondtr$ wih be the porlormance of this evening. ''Young Mirabul" ia a part that Mr. Murdoch alone ean play. The scene of the "Red Burgundy" is electric, and produces on the audieno s magnet io eflect, carrying ic away into the reality of tear, ioy, and sorpriso, which he so wonderlulfv portravs. The play will be put on tho stage with the elegance which distinguishes tnis theatre, and will be cast with the elite of the company. fAoADKMY or Music The ICavols give ns this evening, amongst their other brilliant performances. Jmkotho "Bratilian Ape" being plaved by Paul Martiuettl, a wonuerlul achievement. Mad'lle Peplt charms the imagination in a ballet entitled The &tur ol the Mine. FINANCIAL. "TE OFFER FOU SALE Central Pacific RE. 7 per Cent. Bonds, Jntrreat payable in OM, . , In the city of Nctt York,' XJ. . O'S, ihobJ I Issued to the Tacific Railroad Co. Interest payable In enrreoey. The cheapest (overa ment Bonds on the market, received by United Mates IreasareratWpereent. as secarltr forMa'Jonal Bank Circulation. Morris and Essex Railroad First Mortgage 7's, Due 1014, (ttrlctly Klrst-eHss Bonds; tor sale lower than other Bonds of the same elssi. 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, L13 8ro N o. 30.S. Thl rd St.. Phi lad. FOR SALE AND TO RENT. Jl O O M S TO KENT Large, Well Lighted and Ventilated HOOMS, OA' THE SECOND ANfl TLJIliD FLOORS OP THB "Evening Telegraph" Building, No. lOB 8otitn TfllUU Htreet, TO RENT. APPLY IN lilE OFFICE, FIRST FLO JR. N. B. WITH OR WIMIOUI' STEAM F0V7KR. 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IOST OR TilISLAID, A I'ERPKTUAL I'OLICY" J OF IKsl'KA.NCK.Kucd by the Fire Association of riilludcipbla. to J A ( OH J1ASL1 K. lor Hti(K). dated July 13, IbOU. Any Inloriuution thereof will bo received by O. KNGLHOFUrt. Attorucy-at- aw, 3 51 lmrp No. 407 North FIFTH Mt. ESTABLISHED 1795. A. S. ROBINSON, French Plate Looklng-Glasscs, ENGRAVINGS TAINTINGS, DRAWINGS ETC Manufacturer of all kinds of Iooltingr-Glasp, Portrait, unl Pic ture Frames to Ortler. No. 910 CHESNUT STREET, THIRD DOOR ABOVE THE CONTINENTAL, rulLADELPDIA. 8 IS PHILADELPHIA DEPOT OF THE KNOX FAUIT FARM AND KDKSERIEB. 1 We have established a branch ot our business In Phila delphia, where ordeig tor all our stock. Including GKAPK. VIN1.H, HASPUKBKtf STllAWBtRKY. and BLACKIlKltltY PLANTS, CTTKWANT and OOOtiKBKRKY BUSHES, Sto. etc., will receive prompt attention. JVCU.NDA-OUK No 700 STRAWBEKRT. The most valuable Strawberry of which we have any Inowludge. A good supply of Plants constantly on band. Also , AGRICULTURIST, And all other desttab e kinds Plants grown In YO l or BOXKS. for bearing FIRST SKA HON, of the aonve two named kinds, cau be fur nished in any quantity. Price List tree ot charve. DhNCKlPTIYJi AND1LLU8TKATEI) fATALOGUE, 10 cents. J. KNOX a 21wlm No. T37 MARKET Street, Philadelphia, BALSLEY PATENT STEP-LADDER. Having commencod the manuiacture of TBE BALSLEY PATENT STEl'-LADDEit IN PHILADELPHIA, we are fully prepared to DU orders to any amoant. Sizes from 3 to lu feet. L1EALER8 are purtlculalry requested to call and see tliem. J. KNOX. No. 727 MARKET Street. Philadelphia. Liberal dlsconnt made to dealers. 3 21 wnn SPRING. WILLUM D. ROGERS, COACH AM) LIGHT CAltlUAGE BUILDER, Ncs. 1009 and 1011 CHESNUT Street, PHILADELPHIA. 8 28 2ni4p pATEIST WIRE WORK FOB KAILIKCS, STORE FRONTS, GUARDS, PARTITIONS, ETC IRON BEDSTEADB, AND WIRE WORK, In variety, manufactured by ' M. WALKKR & SONS, I 2f)6m8p No. 11 North SIXTH Street DEAFNESS, BLINDNESS, AND CATARRH treated with the utmost success by J. ISAACS. M.D., Ocuiist and Aurlnt. ho. 511) FINE Street. Tettl. monialitvom the most tellable sources In the city can ha seen at hlsoftloe. The Medical Faculty are Invited to accompany ihelr patients, as he has no secrets in hts practice. Artrfldal eyes Inserted without pain. No charge made lor examination. 10 3 ORTON BROWN BREAD BAKERY, NO. Ill RACE street. i W HOWELL & BOURKE, AIANUFACTDRERS OF PAPER HANGINGS AND WINDOW SHADES. 1ST. E CORNER OF FOURTH AM) MARKET STREETS, miLADELriHA. H 9 M 89 m en" 01 1! oooo OCOo OO n Uiiuu; EK tflteKKtr'M H M fl 4 Y 0 H H M X I :t '5 13 t . t OffC'J OO w o Eh W ES U2 w w O ay r. H H M M xa tjstasssrta tEE?2Es:a H H H H H r- r r-r- ir c- H H H H h t ji H !? Ph ta .0 Jl h H 0 Ji h H w Ui oo Oo 8 8 OiOo wO 05 CO ooo3 qO ISO o 3 o o eo oo o O J O OO o 5o o oS oo oooo oo Mas M m ggoo ia eaB ' t. m oa 'f-ff-iHtrlfiH 'lnt-fclr'tpiH m 00 00) IT) mm" 2 DRY GOODS. LAltGIi STOCK OF NEVT AND ELEGANT BACKINGS FOR LADIES. ALS1. COATINGS AM) CASSIHEUKS FOB OEN1LE&IEN. Just received, and for sale under GOLDEN PRESSURE, bf 4 8 12t WILLIAM T. SN0DGRASS A CO., No. 34. SECONpStroot. M. II. HORSTMAn & SOXS, FIFTH and C1IEIIKY Sts. PHILADELPHIA. IMPORTERS AND MA N UFA CTUUEUS OF LADIES' DRESS AND CLOAK TltlMMIX(J9, TLAIN AND FANCY UUTTONS, COTTON TRI21MINOS. ULACK AU OOLORI D OALLOOMH, CLUNY LACES, BELTINGS, GUIPURE LAOEH. DALUOltAL TRIMMINllS. CIMPS AND OUNAMENT.4, COLORED VELVET JilHUONH, head nets, etc. SMALL WARES AND ZEPHYR WORSTED. We are constantly receiving tie latest NOVELTIES of tbe European markets, beMdes our own production of various styles in NEW TRIMMINGS. Our prices are reduced to the very lowest Gold rates. 3 a lmrp T A DIES' LIfillT CLOTH SAOQUES, J IN AI L THE POPULAR VTYLE8 OF CUOICE MATERIAL. AND MADE UP IV THe, BlvSi MANAEU. BLACK SILK COATS, ULACK SILK i OATS, BLA( 11 MLK1SA HVE. BLACK. .-ILK SAi:yL'ES. BLACK .SILK ClRt'l'LAKS. ET(, BLACK MILK OKI ILRS, ETC. CT'RWEN SIOPDAKT .fc BKOTIIEIt. Nos. 4M 402, aud 4o4 N. ShCOM) STUKKT. 3 3Ht AllOVKJVILLOW. ""LOTTTfl A N T) 0 A8SIM E RES FOR V Lal'ILS' SACOUES ( LOAKS, A ND COATS. Ai UT!I AiLY HTDUt'h 1) PBI!. ( I'KWK.N ST DDARTA- BROTHEK. "c. 4.,4.12, aud4,'i4 N. SWUM) NTUKK.T. 3 31 4t ABOVE WILLOW. tLJ A N C Y O A S t I Jl E R K S, it fancy coatings. j:ixi:d cassimeres. LA I'fcST n LK CASSIMERRH, GOODS FOR MKN'S AM BOYS' WEAK, AT BKDUl Ei PRICES. CUKWEN S 1 (lllll.V RT A IIKOTHEK, Nos. 4M, 402. and 4M N. .SECOND H IU'KT, 3 314t ABOVE WILLOW. r I C 11 BLACK S t AT Rl DU( ED PK1CE I L K S LARGE rCliriiasi S A THE PHM ADI L TiJIA AND NEW YORK AUCTIONS ENaULE US TO l-XBIBIT A HPLE DiI LINE OF PA Rio TAFFE I AH. GLOS DU RHINE. GROS GRAINS, GKOS Oh L' FHIOT'E. CURWEN STODDAR f t BROTH MR. NO). 4511, 4S2, and 4."4 N. SEC ON 1 STRWKT. 3 31 4 ABOVE WILLOW. QREAT SACRIFICE IN DRY HOODS. CLOAKS, CLOAKX, DRESS GOODS, SILK SHAWLS, NOTIONS. CLOTHS. C ASM MERES. SVlINKTS. VESTINGS. Err;. ETC.. SELLING OFF To CLOSE BUSINESS. Store to let, vooJ-wllI and U-tturos lor Halo. JOSEPH HAG Y. S'iSwsmlinrp No. 446 N. SECOND Street Phlla. Qi: O. Jm COOKE IS SELLING 1I1E PliESTON COAL, Which is the very best SCHUYLKILL COAL coin inn to tins market, at $7 per ton. also i:ac;l,e vkin Same sizes, at same prices. De!lvorab!e to any part ot the city, perfectly clean, and free of slate. Orders received at No. 114 South THIRD Street, EMPORIUM, 3 13 rp No. 1314 WASHINGTON Avenue. qoal: c o a. eest qualities of coal at lowest market rates, AT COAL YyA R I), NINTH STREET, QELOYV CIRARD AVENUE. BRANCH OFFICE CORNJCK OF SIXTH AND HI'JRLNC UARDEN SlRfcJCLS. 21 p A P I E R M ACHE GOOD S. PAPIER MACHE GOODS. TARTAN GOODS, SCOTCH PLAID GOODS. A fine assortment of l'apler Maobe Work Tables, Writing Desks, Inkstands, and Scotch 1'la d Goods, just received per tbe eUamer "St, Goortre," too late tor Christmas sales, satiable for Bridal Gilts, eto., will be sold low. ISAAC TOWNSEND, House Furnisbin Btore of the late JOHN A. MURPHEY, No. m CITESNUT 8THEET,. 1 24 Below Tenth street. J. Ii. CAPE X. PHRENOLOOIST, Suicessor to Fowler. Wells Co.. elves written and verbal descriptions oi charso- 1. r with charts, daily at rK DRY GOODS. 113 piticii t& wood, 113 N. HINTH STREET, AI)VK AR0II. nave Just opened : VX10 yards txrt Bioached Muslin In the ettr. f,w K cents per ard. Bleaobed Muslins, 28, 28, HI, 83 and 88 cents. Just opened, one baie Heaviest Hd bioached Ma. lin, vard wide, 24 oonta. Good nnbleaohed Mulln. 18, 20, K, 26, and 28 oti. Just oooned, one case 5-4 Bleached Muslin, till ota. per yard. I'iliow-case and Shee'inr Muslins. Fast color Calicoes, 16 cents per yard. Pest quality Calicoes, fast colors 18' ota. per yar. American GinvnaDM and Delaines. French bingiiam. fast colors. Fine quality Black Alpacas, 60, 66, 70, 80, 90, M and 8M2. Just opened from New York, C00 donen MneoNaa klns, M87.2 60, W 2 76, 8 00, 83 50. up to f 6M.0 per doen. Tab e Cloths and Table Linens by tho yard. A larire assortment of lluokauaok loweis. Handsome Damaek Towels. lluekabsck and Crash by the yard. Scotch Diaper, by the piece or yard. blurting Linens, from 4.10. np to 81 4) per yard. WHITE GOODS. WHITE GOODS. Just openrd. a larire lot of soft finish Cambrics, 33. 40, 46, 60, 641, and 66 cents per yard. Soit finish Cambrics, tub 1) d. wide. 60c. per yd. Nainsook Muslins, 25, 31, So, 40,44, 60, 61, 64, up to 80 cents por yard. , 1'iald and 8 tripe Muslins. V hi to Hrilliants, an auction lot, 85 oenta, ohoap. Shirred Muslins, very oheop, etc cto. A large arsortinent of Hosiery and Gloves, Jaconet EdirftiK, Insertlnps, and Flouncintrs. A now lot of Bonnet Ribbons, ehoioa colors and gooo quality. Best quality Hoop Skirts, mado to order, expressly for our sales. PlilOK & WOOD. No. 113 N. KINTU Street, above Arab. N. B Will remove to the N. W. corner Eirhtb and lu ber t si roe's about tho lant of April. 3 31 AT RETATL. J AS. K. CA3IPBELL & CO., No. 727 CHESNUT Street, Have mado exteusive aJJitionii to th?ir pip lnr Stock ot SILKS AM) DEESS GOODS WHICH THEY CONTINUE TO SELL At Moderate I 'rices. WHOl.KijALF, ROOMS HP HIAIU3. 3 31lo PARIS. LA COMPAGNIE LY0NNAISE. POULEVAUD DES CAPUCINES, No. 3i dj 37; HUE ST. ARNAUD, No. 7; and RUE NEUVEDES CAPUVTNES, No. 10. SILK . STUFFS, MANTLES, YISITES, CLOAKS, ETC PRINTED MUSLINS, LACE, INDIA CACIIEMIRES, FRENCH SHAWLS, FANCY TISSUES. lbo COMl'AGNIE LYONNAtSE has tbe honor . to It form American Ladies that they will find at their Establishment Warerooms tor tbe immediate (uttivg-out and Makin-uj Drcaxes In tho tirat stylo ot Fasbion and most elogaut Patterns. WEDDING OUTFITS. Since its foundation the COMPAGNIE LYOX fiAIsE has not ceasod to occupy itself particularly in tbe selection ot article of taste and of superior quality, consequently this Company is unrivalled ia I'aris,and enjoys a universal roputation. 124121 HAVE NOW OPEN A CHOICE ASSORT MENT OF RICH PRINTED PIQUES. BLACK AND WHITE PRINTED PIQUES. CHOICE STYLES FRENCH FERCALE.S. PLAIN BLUE, BUFF AND PINK PERCALES. PLAIN WHITE AND BUFF PIQUE. 3 31smr Nos. 713 and 715 N. TENTH St. JJt STEEL. St SOIN HAVE JUST OPENED SEVERAL CHOICE LOTS Oi SPRING, AND SUMMER D II ESS GOODS. All bought at less than the cost ot Importation, and will be sold at very iiOw micros. 3 31smw Nos. 713 snd 715 N. TESTH St. J)REIFUSS & liELSINOER, No. 49 North EIGHTH Street, Have Just opened a complete stock of SPIUNO GOODS, t'ONSISTINO Or LAC8, EMBROIDERIES, AND FANCY GOODS. 8n0 pieces plain and striped Jaconets, the newest styles. rhlrrd and Tucked Muslins, which e are ottering at low prices. COo dozen Hemstitched Bandkorchlofs, at old prices. 2b, 81, 4U, and W cems. A full assortment of the nowest design LACE COL LA LB and COLLARbTlES, lrom 3 J ecu w up to alt). GLOVES GLOVES. A complete lino of JOUVIN KID GLOVES, to which we Invite attention, which we oiler at low titfure. GABRIELLK SKIRTS. GABRIELLE SKIRTS. The n-west, most desirable, and stylish Skirts now worn. lUCKF.n SKIRTING, a cheap and desirable artiole or ladles' wear. ... a li J CHAMBERS, "NO. 810 ' ARCH STREET. GRKAT UKDtlCTION IN rlllcES NEW GOODS OPENING DAIXV. Bl'AL LACE GOODS. THREAD VEILS. VALENCIF.NNE, CLI NY. AND Gt'IPHRE LACES. CAJIBMC EDGINGS AND INSICUTIONS. A choice slock of French Minima mr Waists and Ureases, suuerlor make noii-llnn-li t auib lc, Stripe aud I'laiahalasyok.at rwmtrkuijiylowiirice.. . itiii