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THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, APRIL 6, 18G6.
THE RAILROAD QUESTION". Letter of Bnalnea Men f Plltibnrc to riTMBOHO, March 20. 1866. Major-Gonoral John W Gearv Iear Sir: At the approaobtng election, among many issues to be dooidod, thore la one quns. tion oonneotod with tlm business In to rest ot the otti ens untouched and overlooked by recent politioal conventions that we derm vitality essential to the prosperity and liberty of the people. If we believe that the important qntstlon could be aatoly 1rnoied, and security lor the satetv ot out in stitntious assured by lilvnce, our parly presliloctioni would induce us to trust to the luture, without ask ins- pledges from thoeo desiring our suflVaire. We are convinced, however, ot tno doctrine, that entire safety ean be louudonly in welt reeulntod and watoh ful attention towards the future aotion ol our ptiblio servants. We are tin Jt persuaded that there exists an organized purpose to control and Direct lorisla tion in sueh a manner as to monopolize the entire railroad policy ot the State, and plnoe It In the hands of a low individuals, thereby usurping the Ju-t powers of jrovernmcnt in relation to that arrvat in to rpst, and tbua dtpriviuir other citizen ot rights in tended to be sacrt'd and inalienable. Further that this attempt or combination, it successful, will placo our people and their business in the power of a roU fish and unscrupulous monopoly. In or dor tnat our action may be intollis-pnt and productive of results conducive to the welfare of the people, by preventing, it possible, this great wrorjir. we rexpect fully request au answer to tbe following interrogatories: First. Will you, if elected Chlot Magistrate of Pennsylvania, faithfully exert the power of your administration to defeat any and ovitv attempt made, by legislation or otherwise, lor the monopoly and control by any one corporation of the railroad policy of the (State f Seoond Will you opposo and withhold your sanc tion irom any lomalation soniorrlna upon tho Penn sylvania Kailroad Company, or any company it ma) control, the authority to build branches, un less the said grant should be undor provision o the general Jaw regulatiug the construction of rail roads 1 Third. Will yon favor and use the influence of your administration to secure the enactment of a kfjneial law authorizing tiio construction and regula tion of railioads within tho I'oinuionwoaltb ? Very respectlully, your obedtout servant, Lyon, 8tiorb & Co., Npan, Chaltant k Co., Jones ft x.auenniis, .naiiman, rtanm & co., Lipwmo't ft ISakewell. Lewis, Bailey, Dalzoll k A. k V H. Chambers. co. Wood, Matthews & Co., Chess, femythe k Co., McKnfehl & Co., Cunninghams & Thom son, Means k Coffin, Jiryan fc Caugber, M. W. Boltzhoover, W. Phillips, W. J, Anderson & Co., Adams, ftlcKee & Co,, Felix R. Brunot, J Fainter k boos. James Bithop, Wolf, liowaid & Co., Atwell, ee fc Co., Wm. McCnlly k Co., Caldwell k Bro., Isaiah Dickey ffc Co., Lloyd k Black, Everson. l'rosion & Co., W. B. scalle, K. W. Poindoxter & Co., John J. House & Bros., Georeo B. Jones, Campe, Moye Co., Anderson, Cook & Co., John Lyon, Graff, Bycrs ft Co., Brooks, Ballantine ft Co., Lippiaoott, Fry & Co., Clark k Sumner, Waring ft King, W. Vankirk, John Fullerton, t. n. ncvin & co.. North American Oil and McK.ee Brothers, Mining Co., by William R. K. Kellers k Co Musslor. Hecietarv C. H. Israel. 3. King. Henry II. Collins, C. W. Robinson. 'Whitrnore, Wolfl, Dull ft T. T."MiIer ft Co., O. B. l'lielps, John J litnderson, W. W Bradahaw, John Gill ft Son, 8. McLlhany, Wallace, Cavitt ft Co., Wm. Pickersfili ft Co., McKlroy, bickaoa & Co . Ja. P Tanner, btein Jiros., Carr, McCand'ess ft Co., Arbuthnot, Shannon ft Co., JoseDh Plummor. IJ. C Maitern, W. W. JJarkor, McCandless, Jamison ft Co., T. A Evans ft Co., Louis Kun, William K. Hart, Isaac Taylor, MoWhinney ft Flare, A. Frowenfleld ft Bro,, Schomaker ft Lang, L. H. Voigt ft Co . William Clondenning, Henry Kca, Jr , S. Ewart ft Co., Allon, McKee & Co., Blsell & co., K. Pedigree, Kaufman, Opponhelmor & Co., J. Scboonmaker k Son, Hitchcock, McCreory k Co , William Holmes, J. R. Reed ft Co., B. L. Fahnestock, 8. Beymer. James Loupbrldge, B McLane, T. K. Dalzell, George A. Berry, Richard Hays, James B. Munay, J is lUlgoro, .William Barker, Jr., ft CO., Sellers, Canfiold ft Co., uevmor k Bros . McCord & Co , H. Childs ft Co.. John Lowry, Joseph I'tuuock, ucLange ft chestnnt, W. M tiormly, Baker, Nnuta k Co., Jonn Wnson, William 11. Ulrkpatrlck k Co . D A. Fralich ft Son, White, Orr ft Co , wm. U jonnson ft co., Little, Baird k Pattou, William F. Johnston. Chailes II. Super, J G. Backofen, John W. Pitiock. W. B Fabnestook, Benjamin S Fahnestock, Aloxander 8. Baolie, HoUlarran ft UcKonnan, H. Bicbardson a Co., Joseph Home k Co , D. Cooper ft Co., Hays ft Getty. OBITUARY. Death of the Exlnen of Franoe. The Liverpool Bteamer to-day briDps us in telligence ot the death, at Claremont, of Marie Ameiie, ex-Queen of tbe French. Deceased was daughter of Ferdinand the First, Klu of the Two Sicilies. Sue was born in April, 1782, and was married, in November, 1809, to Louis Philiippe, then the exiled Duke ot Orleans. In 1814, alter the fall of Napoleon, the Duke, with his latnlly. removed to Paris, and the im mense estates of his father were restored to him. He now took up his residence at the palace at Meuilly, where most ot his nine children were born. There his consort devoted her.-ielt heart and soul to her maternal and pa ternal duties. By three events of July, 1830, Louis Philiippe became King cl the French; but his Queen never appeared to have valued the station for any accession of dignity and importance it gave her. Indeed, it Is as serted that she was very averse to his assuming the sceptre; she probably felt that his happine-s, if not his good name aud his lite, might thereby be perilled; but when he de cided to be Klnp, she meekly took her place by his side, sharing hit troubles, without ever seek ing to share his power. The French nation re spected her character, and never imputed any of the King's perverse lolly, that led to such signal mistakes of policy, to her influence; still the strength of her soul was never surmised until her husband found himself in danger of losing the throne, when she endeavored to pre vent his abdication, and kneeling before him, exclaimed, "C'est le devoir d'im roi de mourir parral son peuple?" But when he resolved on flight her presence of mind sustained aud guided him, as though he had been a child. The sequel is familiar to all the world. Louis Philiippe and his Queen left Paris, and lied to England on the 20th of February, 1848. Supported on the arm ot his uoble wife, he reached the carriage that bore them from their kingdom, and after two years and a half of exile he died ou tho 2(Jtb. ot August, 159, at Claremont, near EAer, Sur rey, a residence offered to the Kind and Queen by the liberality of her Majesty, and wbuh the ex-Queen occupied when this was written. In 1864, Queen Amelia was present at the marriage of the Count de Paris with his cousin, the daugu ter of the Duke and Duchess de Moutpensier, when she received from the com pany assem bled a complete ovation. A Dbeart Tennessee Story. A Nashville letter-writer tells of a poor boy who walked seventy-five miles from his home in Hancock county, Tenn, to Knoxville, with his old mother, to pet something that might keep them from starving. When they arrived they had no means of procuring food, and the boy was so exhausted that he tell prostrate on the pavement. He had served as a Union soldier in a Tennessee regi ment. Part of his business in Knoxville was to prefer claims for money still due to him for bis services as a soldier. A Senbibli Teknehbiean. A Mr. Ross, for merly a wealthy slave and laud owner of Ten nessee, and owner of the premises occupied by the Freedmen's Court in Nashville, has notified General Fisk of his Intention to build school houses on bis large plantation In Arkansas, for colored people, and requests that he may be supplied with teachers by the Freedmen's Bureau. Louisiana Cotton. The navigation of the lied Biver is excellent, and cotton boats are bringing aown lull cargoes. , . Th Woeth or a Weed. The price of tobacco in giuuuui irmrai j uai retemiy iMjeu 3 uivu u live dollars a pound. AMUSEMENTS. Arch Stbkct TnitATaa Wbon Murdoch ceases to play "Mirabel," 7h Inaimgtant will scarcely keep the stage. Murdoch is not only a great oome dinn, but he has all the knowledge ot the diithrenoe between modern and old comedy. Ilia "Mirabel" has ail the spirit and character of the oentury in which It is written a certain burlesque graoe ibat, but lor the grace, would be impertinence, a certain dignity that modern iops possess not, and a certain nianimom that bat vanished from the men ot lasnion ot modern times All this Murdooh expresos with the mort delicate shadowings. His scenes with hit father and "Biaarre" are lull of trtose pecu'iantie j irlerior actors make these soone gross; Murdooh alone unveiled them with a dolicate badinage. J he tapid change from lldit wit to feeling, when he thinks "Orianna". in earnest Is, too, a marvel of art, and to talk of elocution would give an idea of something mouthing and stilted. Mr. Murdoch's elocution is the very mimic oi language. The great scene ot the last act is tho scone that Mardocn bat made all hit own. 1 he change from light badinage to the utor honor of his situation, exi reused only to blmtoll and the audience, the control over his emo tion, so evident to the audience yet so naturally col coaled irom the characters on ihe stavo ail it most masterly, the ono barst of foaming revolt again, t personal Indignity is a great point. 1 hen conn tho climax, tho scene where manhood five way, and ibe over-cxoited nerves burst into ystencs The audlenee is wrought to suoli a pitch that a hysterical sympathy mingios with tho ap plause. Years ago we beard Mr. Murdoch speak ihwe two lines as he holds the watch in his bands, bis address to wine,lilo that he had once more in bit grasp, with love, youth, aud hope, and we bave never foigottcn it. It is a whole homily, lull of truth, poetry, regret, and repontanca, words, tone, and look impressed at a picture on the heart and the imagination. Mr. Murdoch repeats this character on Saturday. Mr. Mackav has the true artistic flninh of me Mur doch echool, "his ' O'd Mirabel" was the true father ol "Young Mirabel," aud belonged to the saino period, lull ot spirit and humor, but utterly without vulgarity, and utterly dlflVront irom tho routine stage old men. Mist Prioe looked very pretty, charming as a nun, and vory charming as a boy but si.e has no idoa ot tho grace, retluemont, and fancilul coquetry ot "Onanna." Mrs. Henri looked as though she bad wandered iioin some circus booth in her tawdry dress, utterly out of keopmg, and she played the elegant ' Bizarre" like a low comedy chambermaid. "Durotote" Is not ono ot Mr. Mar low's good parts; his costumes woro ol different periods, and not becoming. Mrs. Crease played tho disagreeable part of "La morce" woii, and was appropriately dressed. To night, Money. Air. Murdoch and Rulwer. The finest "Kvclyu," in the finest of modern comedy The company will all app ar to advantage in this modern play, and it will be finely put upon the stago. The nouses here are crowded nightly. To-night is Mr. Murdoch's benefit. Walnut Street Thkatre. Mrs. Bowers ap peals for tbe first time in this city as "Lady Mao. betn." She has studied the part deeply, and gives an entirely new reading ot the part, an entiraiy new conception. In Baltimore her version ot this great character was received with enthusiastio approval, and groat curiosity is expressed here to see this fine tragedienne in her creation of this great part. Mr. McCollom bat won laurels in the part of "Macbeth," a part suited to his tall, majestic form, lhis evening is tbe benefit ot Mrs. Bowers, the first one of the present engagement. American Theatre. Among the numorout at. tractions ti at Mr. Fox has prepared lor hi patrons, none have b en more satisfactory than the engage ment of Miss Carrio Augusta Moore, the renowned skater. This young lady tins reached the utmost perlection in her graceful art, ann she is deserving of all credit for the extreme modi sty of ber per formances. Ibo Wesnor S S'ers are also an addition to the troupe. We observe that the young acrobat and rope dancer, El Nino Eddie, is nnderlinod. New Chesnut St. Theatre This evening, Mr. Foster, the stage manager, will take a benefit; Tnis gentlemen has many old friends, and the remem brance of old and brilliant times in his favor. He deserves, and will receive, we bave no doubt, an ova tion fiom both the publio and his lnenas. Addi tional attraction has been added to the bills. Academy ov Music The Ravels every night, with brilliant periormances and brilliant audiences. The following is the programme lor the Gcrmanla rehearsal to-morrow aftornoon 1. Ouverture Semiramide (by request). ...Rossini 2. Pilger Chor., anu Aria from lannuausor, K Wagner 8. Kroanung's (Coronation) Waltz Lanner 4. Andante, from 8th Stnfunie Buethoven 6. Ouverture iho Merry Wives ot Windsor, Mcolal 6. Selection from La Africalne (first time), Meyerbeer MATTERS 0VERTHE RIVER. DisnoNKST Skrvant. Yesterday Mayor Budd committed to jail a yoong- woman calling herself Anna, on tbe charge of having been guilty of robbing her emplo.Vers of various arti cles. She had lived at service with several fami lies In Camden, among whom was a Mr. Lee, Mr. Hood, and a Mr. Shannon, from all of whom she had taken goods'. She represented herself as being irom the country, and did not think it wrong to take little articles. Her fato should serve as a lesson to others who have a similar propensity lor pilfering. Akntal Visitation. On Sunday morn ing next the Kt. tfev. wuiiaui 11. Odeuneimer, Bishop of the Diocese of New Jersey, will make his annual visitation to St. Paul's Protestant Episcopal Church, Camden, at which tune he will administer the uite ot connrmauon. This church, during the past winter, has been blessed with a considerable accession to its membership. Mibsionaby Anniversary. The Third Missionary Anniversary of the Sunday Schools of St. Paul's P. E. Church, Camden, will be held in that church, Market ptreet, above Fourth, on Wednesday evening next. The exercises will consist ot singing dv tne children, an address Dy tne Kector, ana presentation oi offerings, with a report of the school tor the past year. Slight Fire. Sometime during last night an old school-house at coopers Point was pliehtly damaged by lire, which was fortunately discovered In time to prevent its entire de struction. FOR SALE AND TO RENT. OOMS TO RENT Large, Well Lighted and Ventilated ROOMS, ON THE SECOND AND THIRD FLOORS OF TUB "Evening Telegraph" Building, No. 108 South THIRD Street, TO EENT. APPLY IN IHE OFFICE, FIRST FLOOK. N. 11. WITH OE WIlHOUf STEAM POWER, m, CI1ESNUT STREET STORE TO RENT, AND FIXTURES FOB, SALE. All new. and decorated in the handsomest maoner. Address, with name, etc., O. II. C, lt Box 1770 P. O. FOR SALE, WITH IMMEDIATE POS- uioiicm iinnrovements, o. iiwt aKCH tttreet. Apply IMUinn. KNM I1KIIUBUII1B Illllr'.llirT IIUU1W. WILI1 HI, on itie premises. 4 6 3i f ARCH AND TWENTIETH, NEAR ST. a uipniPQt's liurcn. Bupennr oweinriHj no inn. rVEM'l1U Htieet, lor sale cheap. Call from luti to lit. V TO RENT. DOUBLE COTTAGE, CON tain Inn eluht rooms, and live In the attle, on the 1 teuton KhI I mail, oua mllu beluw iaoonv. W1U1 coucti uuun anu iiauie, tiii'iw Apply at NO. 717 WAtNUT Street. 3 laHUHBtl'4 m OS 00 na wot so a m no go & OB U) 01 tjtpbtfc t)btcbta" ill oSSo ,8 8, 8 . i M mm 8 hulm 1 iiiHi: 2 3 pj c C3 E-J 32 O WW a a an km pan BP trta Eh p h tH 4 k&i Imt . lb hi, tCk, h h. u, m m ( .80. I i o CO o ft ,8 8, r 8S i assaBHg KM M i a 09 ooie on" (Co at B!"! 03 oa a-oa oa 3 Htrbln(rtrtr-H 09 m on"1) goo ob oa "09 as 09 44 " W 09 ca CHtrxpcftrtn :x . oa ad DM ED CO f I 8 8 88s FINANCIAL. E OFFER FOR SALE Central Pacific BE. 7 per Cent. Bond JntereH payable in Gold, In the city of Nrvt To; TJ. S. O'S, 1895, Issued to the raciflc Railroad Co. Interest pajable In enrrencjr. The cheapest ttorsra- ment Bonds on tbe market, recclred by United States Treasurer at 80 per cent as security for National Bank Circulation. Morris and Essex Railroad First Mortgage 78, Due 1014, Htrlctly First-class Bonds; fbr tale lower than other Bonds or the same class. Oovemmrnt securities of all kinds bought and told. Stocks and Gold bought and sold on ootnmlsalon in this and other markets. ", , Interest allowed on deposits, E. W. CLARK & CO., Bankers, 1138m Mo. 3B S. Third St. Phllarl. 2'EN PER CENT. GOLD BONDS. Principal Paid In Gold wltnln Fire Team $250,000 OF BOXBS FOR SALE, Seonred by First Mortgage on the Properly , Machinery, and Franchises oi the MONTANA GOLD AND SILVER MINING COMPANY. Chartered by the State of Tennsylranla. THE MONTANA GOLD AND BILVEB MIXING COMPANY has been organized as follows:-. PBESIDENT, WILLIAM WcLELLAK, Chambersbnrg, Pa. DIEIOTOES, WM. McLELLAN. Hon. L. P. WILMHTON, Cien. II U filt'KEf.S, J. M KliMMKLL. J. ALLISON EYSTEB. tUAMUtKd H0K.1BBEN. JOHN STEWAUT, TBEASTJRKB ACT) SBCRKTAItT JEKKMIAH COOK. SOLICIIOB, aOEOLORE CUTLER. Tbe romeany owns 1.1.U6H feet ot sooerior Oold Pro perty a Dortton 01 which has been tested lor two rears. and the yield has teen lamer than any similar DroDurtr thai hf s been worked in that rich territory, usinir an arastra to cruftb the ore. which doea not aava more than one tllihoitherold.lt has le ded au averaxe of alO ptT IV11 1 ne 1 omnonr rave nnrcniuicii. anil am ann at to an n. two firxt c as. mills with a I nrccsnarv machinerr. which wm ue aiarieu over me p ains in ai ay or ear, in judo. THE GOLD BONDS. The Bonds for sale are pavahle In sold In one or Are years, and coupons are attached lor ibe interest at ten per cent, in fold. The entire proceed of the Company will be devoted to tbe redemption of the Bonds until they are paid, prin cipal and interest The Bonds are lor sale at oar. and an amount of stock equal to the amount or the bond will be given to the Durchaser without east. (tjf Uunluess men are Invited to call at the Office of the Company and sec the various snecimeus or Its ore, with certificates of its value, and get any Inioruiution desired. It 11 conndrtiflv trvtcVa that th Companv will b$ uvte to Ttutrm a't ffte uma m vnv yur rum toe lime mr MUli at e nut in opti alien, tchich wul be durina (At- comma 1 an ann get a rrosDccius ana examine me specimens and certificates. These bonds will be on themarket Dut a tew weeks. Office 01 the ComDanv. So. H 6. 1'OTJlH'lI Htrect. first floor, front. 4 5 7trp HOOP SKIRTS. DUPLEX SKIRT FASHIONS FOB 1860. BRADLEY 8 DUPLEX ELLIP1IC (OR DOUBLE SPRING) HOOP SKIRT. Eacb Hoon of this PECULIAR SKIRT Is coranosed 01 Two fnriy-itmfur'd itrei irnt,gt, braided tiohtlt and tt'l ROJ.Gl.HT and most FLEX I bLE HOOP made Thev will not bend or bhkak like tae slnsle snnnes. but will kvbb ri;K8KHVE their riaveoT and beautiful shape, where three or four ordinary skirts will have oeen 1 Drown away useless. 1 beir wondrrful H-tibUxtv Anns obeatxt to the com FORT and CONVENlENCI. besides giving INTENSE PLBAHtTBB to the wearer, as will be particularly experienced by ladub aiienuinir mtra' a recp'tom, oatti, oprrat, etc. in fact lor trie uromenaae. or now-, tne enure n. tnta- tre. or ear thrv are l hsi epasskd. combtnlnir comkobt. prRABiLiTT and economt, with that BLSOAftei ot shape wuicn nas maoe tne DUPLEX ELLIPTIC THE STANDARD BKIRt OF T1IE FASHIONABLE WORLD. Manufaotnred exclualvelv bv the SOLE OWNERS of latent. "WESTS, BRADLEY & GARY No. CHAMBERS and Kos. 79 and 81 READE Sts., JiEW YORK. Merchants will be snDDlled as above, and by Phlladel- nhta Jobbers. FOR SALE In all First-class Retail Storks m this citt. Inquire lor li 14 amrp BRADLEY'S DUPLEX ELLIPTIC SKIRT. JjRADLEY'S DUPLEX ELLIPTIC SKIRT Combining Durability with elegance ol shape. Now Spring Styles Jnst received. J. M. IIAFLEIGII, 3 10 2m Ko. D02 CHESNUT Btreet. Jj 11 A D L E Y ' S DUPLEX ELLIPTIC SKIRT, Host fashionable and popular In use. For sale by J. O. MAXWELL & SON. 3 10 2m 8. E. corner ELEVENTH and CUE8NUT. WANTS f IIREE GENERAL AGENTS WANTED TO I art In liiintirtant locations for the Hew YorK Accl- dental Innnrauce Company. Active mrnol good ailurens, apply to rliAMi. u. ALLK.n, urunoti uuice, J10. tiv CHKBMJT Street. Aoply soon. t il LOST. TOST OR MISLAID. SCRI P CERTIFI- J VICATKB OF THE DK.LWARR MUTUAL SAFETY INSURANCE COM f AN 1 , as toitows. 11.1.21. 11 r,72. 11.7S3. anc!19 47i. all In the name oi J.BOLTON wlNfENNV, Executor 01 J. WlJvrKM"! A ppiication oiu ueeu uiauo to saiu C ompany lor new, in place oi tnose so lost or uimiam. IOST OR MISLAID, A PERPETUAL POLICY J OF INHl.'UANC'E, issued by the Fire Association of Philadelphia, to jaiuii haolmi. ioiv, oaiea Jul? li. IbbO. Any mioruutuon tncrcot wm De received Attomey-at-iaV, 8 511mrp 0. 401 Hotih FIFTH St. pAPEIl HANGINGS, IRANCIS NEWIAND & SOU", No. 53 North NINTDI Street. WALL PAPERS, WINDOW SHADES, 9 ' DECORATIONS, ETC. DRY GOODS. L A It G 13 STOCK OF NEW AND ELEGANT HACKINGS FOR LADIES ALSO. COATINGS AND CASSMERES FOB GEMLEHEN. ' . Just reoeired, and for sale under GOLDEN 1'KKSSUKE, by 4 8 12t WILLIAM T. SNODGRASS & CO., No. 34 S. SECOND Street. AT RETAIL. JAS. R. CAMfBELL & CO., No. 727 CHESNTTT Street, Have made extensive additions to their popu lar Stock oi SILKS AND DEESS GOODS WHICH THEY CONTINUE TO SELL At Moderate Prices. WHOLESALE ROOMS UP STAIRS. 8 311m AUCTION SALES. SCOTT, JR.. AUCTIONEER. PHILADEI.. rniA Atti uauj.hi, meiuio tUta.NUT btreet. SPECIAL SALE OF TENKFBSF.E CEDAR CHESTS. tin Tuesday womlnir imt 10th Instant, at 1VM o'clock, at to 1W0 Chesnut street, lll be sold a larse invoice of I nnnamnn ( adar Clothes Chests, of all slzts. Thev are a sura oreventailve tnr urs ana woourn goous agauist moths and other insect. vpeo lor examination oa Alouuuy. oaie peremptory. 4 8 3t (JEO. JS.. COOKE IS SELLING THE PRESTON COAL,, Which is the very beet SCHUYLKILL COAL coming to this market, AT $7 PER TON. AL.SO EAGI.E VEIN Same sizes, at same prices. Deliverable to any part ot the city, perfectly clean, and free of slato. Orders received at No. 114 South THIRD Street. EMPORIUM, 8 13 rp No. 1314 WASHINGTON Avenue. RANDALL & CO., PERFUMERS AED IMPORTERS, No. 1302 CHESNUT Street. Fine English Toilet Soaps, IN GREAT VARIETY. JUST RECEIVED. Also, Triple French Extracts and Perfumes. We bave constantly on bund every variety ot PERFUMERY AKD TOILET BEQUISITES. Extracts, Powders. Coloimea, Pomades, Toilet Waters, Bbaving Creams, Cotmetlqnes, Tooth Pastes Brushes, etc. SI 3m ESTABLISHED 1795. A. S. ROBINSON, French Plate Looklng-Classcs, ENGRAVINGS PAINTINGS, DRAWINGS ETC Manufacturer of all kinds of Looliins-Glass, Portrait, and Pic ture Frames to Order. No. 910 CHESNUT STREET, THIRD DOOR ABOVE THE CONTINENTAL, pniLADKLPniA. 8 16 J nillLADELPHIA DEPOT OF THE KNOX niil IAIUI1 An U AUIt3UIU.il, We bave established a branch ot our huslnesf In Phila delphia, where ordeis tor all our xtock, Including tiKAPK VINI 8. JtA8I'Ki!.BIlir P1UA TT ir-mti , anu j'uiv,nniiinti a u i o CU UK ANT and UOOSEBEUBX BL'SUtd. eto. etc.. Ctrl' I j a TT Tl ,nil am4 III lliL'UL'DDVDT i VTHO will receive prompt niteuiiuu. Jl'L'UMA-UUK WO W PlIHWIiEB lT. Ihe most valuable Strawberry of which we have any knowletlKe. A good supply of Plants constautly on nana. Also , AUait'tLlUKlST, And all other deslrab e kinds Plants grown In POTS or BOXES, for bearing FIRST Btsnu.it Kit mo iwu uaiucu auiua, cau us im- ni'Ura in any quaiiiuy. Frir i.ini tree oi cnarvo. DKSC'ltlPTIVE AND ILLUiTUATED TALOGUE. lu cents. kmua 1 illwlm no. T.'i m auk et Mreet, Philadelphia, TALSLEY PATENT STEP-LADDER. A- Having commenced the nianuiacture of TBE BALSLEY PATENT STEP-LADDER IN PHILADELPHIA, we are fully prepared to All orders to any amount. Sizes from I to lu leet. DEALERS are partlculalry requested to call and see them. J. KSOX. No. 727 MATiKKT Btreet, Philadelphia. Liberal discount made to dealers. 1 31 wim J. L. CAPEN. PHRENOLOGIST, Successor to Fowler, Wells Vo.. Sives written and verbal fleaonptions of charac ter with Charts, aaily at . a l HOlinrp No. t 8 TENTH 8 et. TRTJ8SK9. 8DPP0RTERS, BRACES. ranii ii nthor Riiniical aoullimcea ot tbe most approved Hurts, ln(lnltly superior m m uiucra. at no. 60 Nortb HEVENT1I Street. LaUles attended bv Mrs. Dr. MoCLKNACUAN. Mait oupartnieut by a eompa tUt IUXMV0U. V IWlUHfP DRY GOODS. 113 P1UCE & WOOD, H3 N. MNTII STREET, A HOVE AltCII. HaTe Jnst opened : 8(00 yard bet llleaolied Molin In the eitr. for K oonts per ard. . itieacneu mosiins, xs, 81. 83 and 85 eents. Just opened, one bale HeaTiext Unbleached Mas tin, yard wide, 24 cents. uooa nnbieacbed Mu-nns. is, so, n. 25, and ets. Just ononed. one case 6 4 Bleached Mmim. fll J era. per yard. j I row-case ana nneerinv nannns. Fast color Calicoes. 16 cents per yard. fi qnailty ( aliooos, iatt colors 18 eta. per yarl. Amcroan Glnvnams and Iolainee. Frt-nch binvtiams, fast colors. Fines finality Black Alpacas, 60. 66. 70. 80 00 . t and 81 12. Just opened from New Tork, rOO doxen Linen Nap kins, tJ87,a60, f 2 02, 92-76, 8 00, ea 60, op to i v rr uuwii, lane Liotns ana i anie Ninons or me yara. A larve assortment ot lluekaoack Towela. Handsome Damask Towels Huckaback and Crash by tbe yard. 8cotoh Diaper, by the piooo or yard. bbirtlng Linens, from 46o. up to SI 4) per yard. WHITE GOODS. WHITE bOODS. Just oponrd, a larse lot ot toft finish Cambrlos. I 40. 46, 60, 66, and 66 cents per yard. ooit unisn l;ambncs, lull If Jd. wtac. &no. per yd. Nainsook Muslins. 26. SI. Sa. 40.44. 60. 66. 64. un.i 80 cents per yard. riaia ana Btnpo Aiastins. White Brillianto, an auction lot, 86 cents, cheao, fihirrcd Muslins, very cheap, etc. eto. A larse assortment ol Hosier and UIovas. Jannnt Edslnes. iDsertlnrs, and Flounclngs. A now lot of Bonnet Itibbons, sholos colors and goon quality. Best quality Hoop Skirls, mado to ordor, expronly for our uaios. PRICE & WOOD. No. 118 N. NINTH Btreet, above Arch. N. B Will remove to tho N. W. cornor Eighth and Filbert stree's about the last of April. 8 81 RUCTION DRESS GOODS Of Seasonable Styles, FROM THE LATE SALE-, AT VERY REDUCED PRICES. CURWEN STODDART & BROTHER, Nos. 450, 452, and 454 N. SECOND Street, 468t Above WUIow. gOLID PLAID BLACK AND WLUTK POPLINS, FEOM AUCTION. AT VEBY BEDUCED PRICES. CURWEN STODDART & BROTHER, 08. 460, Uii, and 454 N SECOND titrout. 463t AOOV0 WIUOW. JOIL DE CHINE, DESIRABLE FOB TRAVELLING R IT ITS, OISLT ( t'ENTS AN AUCTION BAROAIN. CURWEN STODDART & BROTHER, Nos. 460. 452, and 451 N. SECOND Mroot, 4 53t Above Willow. pARIS riUNTED MOURRET.INK DF! LAINES, tun ttiiijLiric.N. i sun AUUrlOM, AT liEUUCEO PIJIOES. CDRWEN S10DDART & BROTHER, Nos. 450, 462, and 454 JN. SECOVD Stroot, 4 6 8t Above WiUow. QHOICE COLORED, FINE ALPACAS CURWEN STODDART & BROTHER. Nos. 450, 452, and 454 N- SECOND Street, 4 6 St Above Willow. JLCK AND WHITE POPLIN bMllUHU, U.M.T Slit I'lSU XAUD. CURWEN STODDART & BROTHER, ' Nos. 450, 45!i, and 464 N. HKCON D Street, 4 68t Above Willow. JLACK ALPACAS OF ALL GRADES, FROM AUCTION, AT BEDUCED PRICKS CURWEN STODDART & BROTHER, Nos. 450, 453, and 464 N. SECOND 8treet. 4 6 8t Above Willow. M. II. HOUSTMAXX & SOXS, FIFTH and CHERRY Sts. PHILADELPHIA. IMPORTERS AND MANUFACTURERS OF SADIES' DRESS AND CLOAK TRIMMINGS. PLAIN AND FANCY BUTTONS, COTTON IBIJdMINGS. BLACK AND COLOBED GALLOONS, CLUNT LACES, BELTINQ8, OUIPUBE LACES. BALMORAL TRIMMINGS. GIMPS AND OKNAMKNTS, COLOBED VELVET BIBUONS, DEAD NETS, ETC. 1 I SMALL WARES AND ZEPHYR WORSTED. We are constantly receiving tie latest NOVELTIES of the European markets, besides our own production of various styles In NEW IBIMMINOS. Our prices ae reduced to the very lowest Gold rates. liSlmra J)ltEIFUSS & IiELSINGER, No. 49 North EIGHTH Street, Have Just opened a complete stock ft SP1UNO GOODS, CONSISTING OF LACKS, EMBROIDERIES, AND FAKCT G00D8. 3(H) pieces plain and striped Jaconets, the newrst style. Sblrred and Tucked Muslins, which we are oflertng at low prices. ton dozen Hemstitched Handkerchiefs, at old prices. 25. 37. 40, aud 60 cenis. A full assortment of the newest design LACE C3C Lai8 aud COLLABK'tiES, irom SI cents up to $10. GLOVES GLOVES. A complete line of JOl'VIN KID GLOVES, to whicll we invite attention, which we oUer at low figures. QABRIELLE BKlBTj. GABBIELLE 8K'BT9. Tbs newest, most desirable, and stylish fcklrti now; VlUCKFn EKlBTINQ.aebeap and des'rable artlcla or ladles' wear. 11 JEW GOODS OPENED DAILY. JOHN W. THOMAS, Nos. 405 and 407 N. SECOND Street. OW OPPN, ; , French Coatinas, Mixed Coatings, Fanoy Caesimere, Doeelcinai, 4trp Clotha for LadieaC PASSPORTS PROCURED, ACKNOWLEDfJ. meats, Depositions, Affidavit to A( ount, taken bv JOHN H. FRICK, Notatv Pn' He, Cointnlssionsr for ail the btatos. PaadSQ MidPiUeAgebt.fco.t'Ol.iibtmt, Utut