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THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, APRIL 24, 18G6.
AMUSEMENTS. Alton Stbkkt Thathk. M'me Coasts ma hor arprraiic last eveoiur id tue pari of "Captjin Vandeidr-ckcn." captain Marrvatt hai writtua a novel on the suhjoct of the "t'lvint Dutchman," which ia lull ol rotiiarce and iutrpit. J-roui tlilj hotoI we Biipvoxo tiiat ibo vaiioui plays that have been elTcn arc taken. All the dramatization, how ever, havo boon fxeaod'njriy tiru.omo, the omy point abontthom beiii ihe c ever man nor in which 1 the imcrest of tie story la cot rid or. The ronton at the Arch la no exception. It is perfect'? incom prphonaibin and without a pol ir 01 interest to elvo effect to the tub oaux aud the splt-nuld atairo eflVci, which are no admirat.ly given. The nnmoroui front acenes required to jive the time noceanary lor prepara tion for the Brand tableaux, randr the ploce wearl ome in tho extrcmo, and make the audinnce lone alarbt of the plot. Madame Coles was admirably gracolul. Her costume was iJioturetxjuu, and the ahadowy (fleet of the nnrcality ot tho neriton of "Vandcrdcoken'' sklllully represented by tho mvii grey dial ory. Rut wo had not oiumirb of Colonte she appears rarely, and then inordy to form a tableau. Slie ii iiotliinjr in tue notion of the play, tlioneli the object of it to all o'hm s This is a gn-nt fault forasur piece, i,r the star is of course the attraction. The Fining Dutchman has boon put on the stave most admirably, l i e disappearance of "LeMelle" with "Vanderdceken" troin the rocks down into tho sea, followed by the ri'inv of the phantom ilnp, ana it gradual increase of m, wai the nioct myxtical and wondorfu' scone wo remem ber to liayo sen. The risin o the watom is done, too, with creat rraiy,the boat actually swims on the nsinp watorn. or ita mne en scent me piece snouia atiraot. e es e as far as she tins scope is exoollont her pantomime as rraooinl aud exprosive as oyer. Ber face, too, made do so a thoroughly to dis poise ber sex. portravs the Ions weariness and irony ot this eternal wanderer ot the waves. Tho ploco, we would Jsugsreat, would be long enough without a iarce. It wnl be reiieated erery ovuninir. Walbut Street Theatric Mr. Booth had a very large audience t'loonh many ol the Reals wore rot filled, but vrobably theso had been bouubt by speculators, who bad not succeeded in rcso'linji them; certainly thero was not a soat unsold in the houHo Mr. Booth's reception was nnanimously tmhusiastic. He was cal eu om-e beioro tho ' urtu'n Vut niade no speech. More deponent navetli not, as there was no pojMbi'tty of obtaining evn aeemir, bearlt'fr, or siitin" room in tee bouse. Tnis even luir Mr. Ilooth plays "Komoo," and Miss tiraham "Juliet" Kew Chkbrdt Street 1 iiEATRE. Ml" Matrgio Mitchell piaved the "l'oarl 01 Savoy," to the irrcat dcliKlit ol her antinrers, ninny of whom had uevur ,een hoi in onv other role than that of "Kanohon." 2 he Pearl of Savny will bo repealed this evening. Academy or Music. B'inut, or the Magic Star, in fourteen tobifiux, with Francois liavei, will be given this evening. Young America on tnn flvinir traneze, and the laughable pantomime of TheUniwky Fitherman, with Gabriel and Antolne, form most Attractive bill fur this eyt Ping. CONPLINBHTARY BENEFIT TO MAD'LLE NOEMIE Xb A3 AR6UKRH teb. I his voaiiglady, whose recent doimt as a omitm ilienne, both in Haitimoro and m this city, was so eminently sucopsnful, has bean ten dered a oomp'imoiitary bonetii bv a number of her peisonal Irionds Ay the whole affair Is in the hands of judicion persons, it will no doubt be worthy of the talonts of the isir benejirinre. That sue ba genius no one that has witnessed her rendition of "i'ancLon" cuu aoubt. Ihougn quite youn, sho is a most accomplished singer, and in the matter of playlul humor shecan on.y beexencded by such prac tised artis's as Maggie Mitcho 1 and Char otto Thompson. In the particular line she has ohoson he promises to achieve lumo. A most agreeable countenance, and exquisito taste in costume, will o far to make her a pub 10 lavorUe. We hopo that hor friends will make tho occasion of her benollc a real compliment, befitting tho o uset of one who is destined to become "a bright particular star" ot tho dramatic proh-8.ion. REASONS W II Y T II E AMERICAN WATCH, MADE AT WALTHAM, MASSACHUSETTS, U THE BEST. It is made on the best principle. Its frame Is com posed ol SOLID PLATES. NO jar can interfere with the harmony of Its working, and no saaden shock can damage Its machinery. Every piece Is made and finished by machinery (tuelf famous for Its novelty, as wel' as for ita effectiveness) and Is therefore properly made. The watch la what all mechanism should be ACCURATE, SIMPLE, STRONG. AND ECONOMI CAL. Fxcept soma high grades, t'io costly for general use, foreign watches ate chiefly made by women and boys. Such watches are composed of tevoral hundred pieces, screwed and riveted together, and require con stant repairs to keep them in any kind ef order. All pereons who have carried "aac.es." Me pines." and "English Patent Levers," are perfectly well aware ot the truth of this statement. At the beginning ot our enterprise, more than ten years ago. it was our first object to make a thoroughly good low-priced watch tor the million, to take tho p ace of these foreign impositions the reins? ot foreign fac torieswhich were entirely unsaleable at home and perfectly wot tb less everywhere. How well ve have accomplished this maybe under stood from the fact, that .after so many years ot puollc trial, we now make MORE THAN HALF OF ALL THE WATCUES SOLD IN THE UNITED STATUS, and that no others have ever given snch universal aatUlaction. While this department of our business is continued witn increased facilities for perfect work , we are at present engaged in the manu'aciure of watches ol the very .Highest Grade Known to Chronometry, Unequalled by anything hitherto made by ourselves, and unsurpassed by any thing made in tho world. For this purpose we have the amplest 'acuities. We have erected an addition t our main buildings expressly for this branch of our business and have filled It with the best workmen in our service. New machines and ap pllaneesi ave been constructed, which perform their work with consummato delicacy and exactness. The choicest and most approved materials only are used, and we challenge comparison oo tween this era Je of our work and the finest Imported chronometers. We do not pretend to sell our watobes for less konet than foreign watches, but we do aisert. without fear ot contradiction, that for the same monet our product Is Incomparably supeilor. All our watches, of whatever grade, are fully war ranted, and tnis warrantee Is good at all times ugainit us or our agents In all parts of tue world. CAUTION. As the high reputation of our watches has caused them to be extensively counterfeited by foreign makers, and sold In this country as genuine, the public are cau tioned to buy only ot respectable dealers. All persons selling counterfeits will be exposed and prosecuted. ItOBBINH A AI'PLETON, AOKST8 FOR THE AMERICAN WATCU COMPAKY, 4 23 6trp No. 183 BROADWAY K.T. THE EYE AND EAR. DEAFNESS AND BLINDNESS, THROAT, LONG. CHEST DISEASES. CA TARRH, ASTHMA, NERVOUS AFFEC TIONS AND DISEASES OF THE DlGKS T1VK, OKANh.DR. VON MO8OHZ18- a - - s - EER'B new and unrivalled systems of treating the above VALADIF6 with bis -ATOMISER," has r cwlved the verv hU-bett approbation irnin the best medi cal men of all SCHOOL", and the INDOItsEMKNT of the entire nieaicai I'tir.nn. ineae, with TKM1IHO NIAL8 Irom and RVFEFENCES to responsible CI IT ZENS can be examined by all who reouiie his profea alonsl services, at bis OFFICE and RESIDENCE, No. 1031 WAI.MJ1 Street. 821 lm'rn J? I N E S II I 11 T S , Money Refunded if Not Satisfactory, HADE OF NEW TO IK MILLS MUSLIN, only 4D0 oaual prtoe tS Ml. MADE OF WAM8TJTTA MUSLIN, only 3'75, nsual price 5 00. BOTH' SHIRTS on band and made to order. A liberal deduction to wholesale trade. T. L. JACOBS, No. 1226 CHEStfUT Street, J2 tlinta2mip Philadelphia. EDWABDS & LAWRENCE, SUMMER RESORTS. gUM IMIUi ItKSOllTS ON LINE OP Reading Railroad and Branches. MA JON HOUSE, MOUNT VAHBON, Mrs. Caroline Wundor, Fotlsville P. O , Schuylkill co. 2 USC A BO HA HO TEL, Mrs Hannah Ml ler, Turcarora P. O., Schuylkill co. MAnAtO Y CITY 110 TEL. O. W. Frost, Mohanoy City r. 0., Schuylkill co. WHITE HOUSE, Mrs. Susan Marsaorf, Reading P. O. ANDALUSIA, James 8. Madeira, Reading P. O. LIVING SPHINOS U01EL. Dr. A. Smith, Wordorsvllle P. 0.. Berks co. 50 U1H 30 UNTA IN 110 USE, II. II. Mande'bach, Womelsdorf P. O., Berks co. COLD SriilA OS HOTEL, Lebanon oo.. Chares Roedermel, Harrlsuurg P. 0. BO YEIiSTO WN SEMINAR Y. J. B. Uenky, Boyeretown f . O., Berks co YELLOW SPRINGS HOTEL, A. U. Snyder, Yellow Springs P. 0 , Chester co. LITIZ SPRINGS, Samuel Llchtenthaler, Lltlz T. 0., Lancaster co. EPHRATA MOUNTAIN SPRINGS, Kcecdlcr & Featliei, Ephrata 1'. O., Lancaster co. rniL 21, 166 4 233m AS A FAMILY OV FIVE OR SIX CAN l.-li! hear of a very pleasant home a short distance In diuntrv. where the v can have all the comforts of a home without the trouble, by addressing '-W," Tele graph otllce. 4 23 It AUCTION SALES. gALE OF Agate, Bardiglio, and Castellina Vases and Ornaments, Alabaster Statuettes, Marble Statuary, Oftho importation of Mosnrs.VllI BHOS., to take place on Tuesday Evening Next, 21th Inst. AT 7i O'CLOCK, AT J1IK AT IT GALLKUY, No. 1 020 CHESNUT STREET. The collection mil bo arranged for examination on Monoay atieruoon. 13. SCOTT, Jr., 4 213t AUCTlONEKK. B SCOTT. JR., AUCTIONEER, NO. 1020 CHESNUT STttKET. AIE OF AGATE, BAR.MGLIO, AND CASTKLLIN V V. i;.itu Kr-tJilY LK.i, ALA11ASTEB STATU KT1E8.ETC. ETC.. On Tuesday Evening. 24th Insiant. at 7H o'clock at the Art OnUcrv. Xo. 102(1 1 11 hSMJ i Street, will be sold a large col ection of siena agae, Daruigno, una casteinnu vases, nisiiue figures, of Roman, (i reel m and Gothic desiuus, of the importation oi jMessis. v ri nros. 'i he assortment will be arranged for examination on Alonuay a ternoon. 4 213t SALR OF llifl M9DKKH OIL PAISTI5G9. On Weflnesdav Evening 2Sih Instant. at 1H o'c'ock, ai BcOTT'S AKT GALLERY No. 1020 CHtSMJT street, wll' be sold.wvhout reserve, AUOTJT 100 MODERN OIL PAINTINGS. New onen lor examination, with descrlotive Cata logue. 4 24 2t FOR SALE AND TO HENT. . R O O M S TO It E N T Large, Well Lighted and Ventilated ROOMS, ON THE SECOND AND THIRD FLOORS OF THE "Evening Telegraph" Building, No. 108 South THIRD Street, TO RENT. A1TLY IN IHE OFFICE, FIEST FLO OK. N. B. WITH OB WllllOUr STEAM roWKR. S COUNTRY SEAT TO RENT COM- Ll nletelv furnished and n wlv refitted, a first class Cliuster countv residence, one hour bv rail irom tbe city, with plenty 01 nasiurlns, line cold springs and snaue, auuuuunce ui iruii apples, pe.im, uiu iu. peacuea, quinces cranes cnemes, curranui. strawDerriea an ex celltrUt garden, wttn crops In the grounu; situation hlxh ana neri cetiv nenitnv. una a very nioasant nemnoor- hood; iarve barns, poultry houses, smoke bouse, Ice nouso. mica. ai'Q every convenience rossession imme- iliateiv. ApdIv toKiKO. W. S lULU. Jr.. at C. M. S. Les lies oitice, no tit AJM50.n street, netween 1 ana 4 0 ciock. u a F O It SALE, To close an Estate, A BEAUTIFUL LOT, at the S. E. corner of FORTIETH AND LOCUST Streets, West Philadelphia, close to St. Mary's Episcopal Church. Would make a tine location tor a large mansion, or could be divided into smaller lots, having farce fronts. C M. S.LESLIE, 4 16 lOt No. T7 8AiHOM Street FOR 8ALK A DESIRABLE THREE- li stoiv Dwelllns. with thiee-vtorv double Back uiinnm on 1w1.-L.rAt1 Direut. buovb ureeu. ail modern umirovemcuts. summer kitclieu. heah'rs. etc 1'rlce. atiUbU cieur. Apply at tnis unite, uutweeu ana YL A. J". 11 DKSIRARLS BUSINESS PROPERTY. t"r FoniTll S'reet. aho-e liesuut. lor sale, wlih lUiUieUiaie po.session. rne eia.tv. uiii&ntjc r 111 1, 4 24 8l No. Ti3 WALNUT Street. tfi ARCH AND TWENTIETH, NEAR ST. FVEMT1JE.TU street, lor saie cheap. Call from luX to UH. 3oV WANTS. 'I 1IREE UENEKAL AGENTS WANTED TO in Imrortunt locations for the New York Acci dental luMirance Comiuny .ctlveuienoi Rood address, 1HHI4-. to r I1A K U. ALLI.N. Hraiicn uutce, HO. 411' C'lII'SNUT Street. Anp'y soon 8 21 'J11E HARRISON BOILER. A SAFE STEAM UOIl.KIl. Tbe at entlon of manufacturer and Others udng Steam is contlileutly :ai.ed to this new Steam Une rator, as ooinbtnluK eB'entia. advautah'os 'In absolute iilety Irom eip osion, in cheapness ot first cost and eost of r pairs. In economy of luel, facility 01 clennlniiand transportation etc., not possessed by any other bolier low in Ui-e. This bolier Is lormed 01 a c inblnatlon ot cast-Iron hollow spheres, eacu sunere etgnt inotios ex tmu dlmneter. and tnree-eluhths or an Inch thlci. Those are held together by wrouvht-lron boiU, with caps at tue enna. Nearly one hundred of these Boilers are now in opera tion, some of them in the best establishments In this nl(v For descriptive circulars or price, apply to JOSKPH iUKKlS.iV Jr. llanlson Bol'er Worti, OttAY'g Fl- UKV Boad, adjoining the United States Aroai, rblladetpuia. mnu iuiiuii ,R. HtJNTER, No. 44 N. SEVENTH HTBF.ET. ABOVE FILBZBT. PHILADF.LPHIA. Acknowledged bv all parurt mterttted as by far the In niatMUn..nt r Thittatet in Ats swiaff. QUICK. TJIOBOljUd. and pmwinrnt rurrt gunrantetd Inev.ry case. Veniember PH. HUMTEB 8 Celebrated Kemcdle can only bad aenuine at bis oid established Office No. 44N.SEVEMlHbfMit.aboveFlluert. 4J1G EXCELSIOR CLOTHING HALL, CARPETINGS. JUST RECEIVED, YARD-AND-A-IIAI.F-WIDE VELVET CARPETS, NEW DESIGNS. J. F. & E. U. OKi E, No. 904 CHESNUT STfllEET. 3-4 7-8, 4-4, 5-4, 6-4, WHITE, RED, AND FANVV CANTON MATTINGS J. F. & K. 13. OltNE, No. 904 CHESNUT STKEET. ENGLISH BRUSSELS, FOR STAIRS AND HALLS, WITU EXTHA BORDERS. J. F. & E. B. 0RNE, No. 904 CHESNUT STREET 500 pieces NEW TATTERNS ENGLISH TAPESTRY BRUSSELS. J. F. & E. li. 0RNE, No. 904 C3 20 Smrp STREET. CHESNUT Oil LIFE-REJUVENATOR. BTBENGTII TO THE WEAK-YOUTH TO TUE AO ED ihlsnrenarationls unennal ed as a reJuvenator and re storer ot wasted and Incn. functions. 'i he teen e. me area ana an tnose wno nave in any way Impaired their vitality by excessive mental or physi cal application, will find the htokrene to be what Its name implies a li e rojiiveeator, which, while it builds up the shattered constitution, will also Impart to the feelings the brlsitness ana enemy wi.icn neionK to youtn. No matter bv what canse any oivan has become enfee bled In Its tunctb'ns this snporb preparation will remove that cause at once ana torever. BIOKKKNE cures Ueneial Debility, Impotency, Ner vous Incapacity. Dyspepsia, Depression. Loss of Appe tite, Low t-pirlts, Imuecility. Mental Indolence. Kmucla tlon. Ennui It has a most deiiKhtiul. desirable, and novel ellccf upon the nervous system, and a 1 who are In any way prostra ed by nervous disabilities are earnestly advlfed to seek a cure in this most excebeut and un equalled preparation. iUIVTI I. X r KaaK1 a na I nnmlM tlA TtAflnnlr. l"g. the Old. should (five this valuab'.e disooverv a trial 1 It will te found totally aitletent irom al othor articles lor the jame purnose. 'f O FKWALliM. rnts preparation IS lnvaiuauro in ner vous weaknesses 01 all kluls. as It will restore tbe wasted strength with woudenul permanence. it is fliso a plana loniu. ana win give re lei iu sla with the first dose. A brief persli'cnce in iu use will lenovate the stomach to a degree of perfect health, and banish Dyspepsia lorever. One loilar per bottle or six bottles for 35. Sn'fl By DrupKlsis gentrnl y Sent liv express anywhere by ad dressing iiUTCHIMift dc I1ILLYKK Proprietors, AO. to uci Direei, -ew tura. Sold by JOHNSON. nOLLOWAY (WDKS. 0 2:i North SIXTH Street. DYOIT A CO.. 4 19 thstti rp Ko. 232 N. SECOND St. (EO. COOKE OFFERS I'liESTON COAL, Which is the very best SCHUYLKILL COAL connny to this market, Egg and Stove sizes at $875 per Ton ALSO, THE GENUINE EAOI.E VKIN COAL Same sizes, same piico. A Superior Quality ot I.KHinil nOAT. Constancy On band gft and e sizes at S7-50, de!lv ered;toany part otthe city, enllfWy free of slate and nlrt I advise my friends, and the public generally, to lay In their coming winter's supply now, as the price U as low as ft will be, ana as there Is a prospect 01 an advance soon. Orders received at So. 114 South X H1UD street EMPORIUM, i 17 rp No. 1314 WASHINGTON Avenue. gPECIAL ATTENTION IS CALLED it j A GREAT WORK OF ART. NOW ON EXHIBITION AT F. GABHYLEWITZ'S PHILADELPHIA AUT GALLERY, No. 1SC5 CHESNUT Street. Cammarana's Great Historical Picture OK THE SACKING OF ALTaMUaA, BY CARDINAL RUFFO, IN 17!I9. Fati ti d b un'erof the -tnllnu Gov"rmuent. 'I he I'icture wl l he euirraveu bv JtiHN .AKTAIN. l'or a .uil oeycrinilon ol thtsextraoidlnary utuduction. we reier to the printed details in the Uallbry .omission to me i.ai erv. cbumi it iru J N I () N OIL S T O V E S, A new and complete apparatus tor Cooking and Heating by Petroleum Oa Our Stoves give no smoke or odor, and are not liable to get out oi older, being as simple hi every respect as a Kerosene Lamp. The Baker, Broiler, and Flat-Iron Heater are the only special articles of fur nltnre required. For all other purposes, ordinary stove lurnlture may be used. DAVID II. LOSEV, SOLE AGENT FOB PBSS8YLVANIA, No.; 38 South FIFTH Street.' liberal dtieomt to the trade. 4 17 m rp JHE AMERICAN BUREAU OF MINES, No. 64 BROADWAY. Wines, Mineral Lands, and Ores ezamteednd reported npon. Competent Engineers furnished to Alining Com panies, Consultations afforded on all Mining, MetaUurglca and Chemical guestions, at the office of me Bureau, GEO. D. II. GILLESPIE, President. DBAKC DE EAT, Secretary. 10 tuths rp 8,E, Cor. Second aud Market St., Pailad, E A E) & SMYTH MAMUFAO rnRRS OF FIXE SILVER-PLATED WAUE, No. 910 CHESNTJF Street. PHILADKI rHIA. (4 4 tf "WOOD & OA.RY, No. 725 CHESNUT STREET, ARE OFFERING DAILY ALL THE LATEST NOVELTIES IN HATS AND BONNETS, INCLUDING THE POPULAR JAPANESE AND MEDALLION HATS. lH2mr MISS U. OTTRNE, In her New and Elegant Store, No. 807 ARCH Street, Has now open a large stock of tbe cboiotst FRENOU MJI.I.lNKItY. A young Faiislenoe Crom one of the most eminent of the milliner establishments ot 1'aris) has charao oi the Trimming Department Every styie and kind of HAT or BOSNPTnowln fashion will be lound ui stock 4 21 lmrp I i inuiii laijui uiuuo.i oj-Arj, i-tiu, tuj ' . VT . T CI T . 1 . 1. . -1 . I woulo resnectiully announce to tbe indies generally that I have now open at greatly reduced prices, a com plete assortment of JUILLIMSKY AND STRAW GOODS, consisting ol b'lKAW, BKAlI), AND HAIU BONNETS. STUAW HATS, tor Ladles and Cbl dren. the newest shapes and stvles. BOM K 1 SILKS CK l'l, In all shades, with Klboous to muicb. KONNKT AND TRIMMING HIUBONS, the best to be tound in this ci v FKEM H AMI NtW YORK liOSSF.T FK VME3 at the lowest prices FRENCH FLOWERS, a splendid var'ety. Aiso. Illusions. Laces. Bcnnot Ornaments; in fact, every urtlcle utcd in making or trimming a uonnet or bai. Orders as punctua'ly ns heretofore attended to. JULIUS yiCHEL, (Late Slch' A Woyl), 3 27tufhsknrp No. 1W . EIGHT 11 Street OKI ICE I ICE! ICE I ICE INCORPORATED 18G4. THOMAS E. CAHILL, Pic-nleut. JOHN GOODYEAR, sSeerotary. ilEMtY THOMAS, Suiorlntendont. CCLD SPRING ICE AND COAL COMPANY. Dealers in and Shippors of Ice and Coal. ' W e are now prepared to furnish best ql-alitt Ice, In large or small quantities, to hoteis, stevnboats, ice cream saloons, families, olllces. etc.. and at the lowbsi MAi.BKT bates. Ice served daily In all paved limits ot tbe cousoiirtated city. West Philadelphia. Mantua, Rich mond, and Gennantown. Your custom and influence Is respectfully solicited You can rely on being served with a fi re article and prouptlt. Bend your order to OFFICE, No. 435 WALNUT STREET. DEPOTS. 8. W. corner TWELFTH and WILLOW Strcots. North 1 ennsylvania Rallroaa and MASTER Street. LOMBARD and TWENTY-FIFTH Streets. 1'IN E Street Wharf, sehuy Iklll, 4 7 2m4p A REDUCTION OF TWENTf-FIVE a ( 1 1 ner cent., or from to t2H0 less unon eaca iutrumenl tnsn our neKuiar nvncuuiu rriuvn. TtnMiiitiir tn rnflnc.A our ianre aiock of aunerlor and hlub y improved richly finished seven oc.ave Rosewood flAKOS previous to the removal to our now store. Glrard Row. No. 1103 Chesnui street, we have concluded to offer tbcm at the actual co-t to manufacture and at pilccs euually as low as we sold them beiore the '1 b'ese Instruments have been awarded the tiipliost premiums at all the principal exhibitions ever buld In this country, with numerous testimonials irom the llrst artista In America and Europe They are now the lead hii I'liinos, andaie sold to all parts of tbe world Persons desirlnn to purchase a first-class flano at Streatly reduced rates, shou d not latl to avail tnem se'ves of this opportunity, lire mars of the regular irhedule price, ulth precise cuts of the styles of our Pianos can be bad at the waterooms, and, on applica tion, will be sent by mail . BCHOMACKEB CO., Warorontna 4 621trp So. 1021 CHF.bNUT Btreet. LIFE, GROWTH AND BEAUTY. Mrs, S. A. Allen's World's Hair Restorer and Dress ing' invigorate, strengthen and lengthen the ha ir. They act directly npon the roots of the hair, supplying re quired nourishment, and natural color and beauty returns. Grey hair disap pears, bald spots are cov ered, hair stops falling, and luxuriant growth is the re sult. Ladies and Children will appreciate the delight ful fragrance and rich, glossy appearance impart- cd to the hair, and no fear of 'soiling the skin, scalp, or most elegant, head-dress. Bold by all DrugglaM. Depo 198 ft 200 HrPnwirh St. N. Y. SAFE, I1 O It SALE. A SICOSfD-n.iND Farrel & Herring Fire-Proof Safe FOR SALE. APPLY AT THI8 OFFICE. lrp fQ TRUSSES, 8UPPORTER8, BRACES, asCTand all other Ruridcal appliances of the most approved kinds, Infinitely superior to all others, at No. 60 North HEVfcNTH btreet Ladles attended by Mrs. Dr. MoCLF.NACHAN. Mala department by a compe tent surk-eou. u lmr EDWARDS & LAWRENCE, DRY COODS. HI1T FANCY CASSIMKIU AND COATINCJS. MFDITJM PANCY CAfcRIMERKH AVD' OvTISlM. Dark fanct cabblmlres and coaii.nus. f ILK MIXED ' LO I fH. Ktc Kte FANCY BTYa.E's FOR LDIKS' 8.CQUKB. MIXTURES OF ALL OB .DE9, FOB HOYS' AND :EN'S WBAB. FROM THE LATK A0CTIO BALKS. AT niODUCJJl) i'KLUKS. CUliWEN bTODDAUT & BROTHER, Nos. 460, 4&2, and 464 N SECOND Street, 4 218t Above Willow. i)STA 15 L, IS 11 E b 1841 WARBl!RT03I & 0, No. 1004 CI1KSNUT St. SILKS, RIBBONS, AND MILLINERY GOODS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. REAL LACES, EMBR01D1CR1ES, WHITE GOODS, HANDKERCHIEFS, (JEOVES, ETC Oolcl tho Jin uiu of l'rieeM. (40stuthlm A GOOD DISCOUNT I O TIIF. TRADE. JOW OPEN, PALIS MADE MANTILL AS. PICII SILK BASQU1NES. RICH SILK JACKETS. RICH SILK CIRCLES. t. DEMI-SEASON JACKETS. DEMI-SEASON BASQ UINES. DEMI-SEASON LOWNDES. FINE LLAMA LACE GO CDS. DEN TELLE DTS INDES. BLACK LACE SHAWLS. Will TE LA CE SUA WLS. ,J. W. I'JiOCTOH tfc CO., 8J.7tutht2mrp Nc. CSO CHESNUT St. 4r &3 F0UETH AND ARCH. ARE NOW OFFERING, AT THE LOW ESI RATES, A FINE SiOCK OI SPRING GOODS, FOR CITY RETAIL SALES. LATIKS' SACK ( LOTUS. FASHIONABLE SILKS. KEWEST DP.i SSCiOOUS. AiKAV 6PIMNG SHAWLS, TOl'RIST DRESS GOODS. 1 4 12 ihstmSp BEST BLACK FILKS. ItKTlEST CRKSADIXEfJ.ETC. ETC. T CHAMBERS. No. 810 AJiCH STREET. J . KEAL CLUNY LaCE8 11lack goipcke lce. long lace vi 1ls at si. 4 bargain, white goods shirred muslins fr waists. plid ni "iripe nainsook.. french skirting muslin. J-4 -(rT HMHH OaMUKIC. UA1MKURG EDGINGS AND IVSERTIOHS HIIklLAND SHAWLS, 'Ht.AP. 4 24tutU13t I FURNITURE. J3TJY FURNITURE AT O OULU & C O. S CNION DEPOTS, Nos. 37 and 29 N. SECOND Street, ( Opposite Christ Church), And Corner of NINTH and MARKET' The largest, che apest , aud best stock o . FURNITURE Of every decriptlon In the world. 1 10 5p ROSEWOOD, CIIAM15EII, AND PAltLOri SUITES, AT GEORGE J. IIENKELS', THIRTEENTH AND CHESNUT STREETS, 414 lo Formerly of Vos. 803 ana 811 CHESNUT St. WALNUT CHAM EE 11 AND PAKI.OIl SUITES, Either Polished or Oiled, AT GEORGE J. IIENKELsT, THIRTEENTU AND CHESNUT STREETS, 4 14 lml Formerly of b os. 809 and 811 CHESNUT St. gIMON COLTOX &, CLARKE. TO FAMILIES RESITHVG IV 0.t GOINO TO TUB COUNTRY Those who wish to purcnaxe supplies of the b-st auality of EINK GttOl EK1LH. win una a Iu I ud choice stock of the bent that can be imported or pro cured irom the New York. 11 out on or PlillaJe'Phia market, and can bo supplied with Koodt la pack, at Wholesale prices Particular attention Is paid to packing Id the ueatest ann niObt sale manner pounb e. Goodi delivered to any of the depots, express offices, or out in the country, free of charge. SIMON COLTON & CLARKE, 4 14 Srpj 8. W. cor. BKOAD and WALNUT. (ftnc TO $45 FOR A SUIT OF BLACK OP JT0J fancy colored olothi army and navy olothlnj do, in style uiiRuinnHHei. . 4 b rp EARR. No. 1MNTH St., above Cheanat EXCELSIOR aOTHINQ HALL, DRY GOODS. 113 I'lMCll WOOD, H3 N. .NINTH STREET. A W VF ARCH. I eve just oponoU A nev lolnf White Goods. Ifll piece Nahifockriald Muslins, S1H, 40, 45.M.55. 60, 6fl. 70. iid7fc. ajmd. Soft f.DlFh t'amliilc anu Jaconet Mnnllns; Nainsook MtrKlrs, 25.28. 3S. 3"X 40. up to 80c. avard. A clienp lot of Victoria iJtwon very flue ,40c. a y aid llslrrord lrlp anil Paid Muslins. ' rls Muslin. 20. 25, S. I', 4 , ftO. up to 80c. a yard. r Inured hwlrs Munlii:, 28 and 4ric. LINN GOODSi LINEN GOODS! 7 4 Colored 1 able Linens. (LMo a yard. iowfr Lcom 1 able Linen. 75. FIX . and tl a yard. Doub,e Dsmask Dleai hed Table ( lotbs. Napkins, warranted ail linen, -58, 11-50, tvti, $3-7 and f,l a dozen. A cheap lot of T Inen Towels. 20 and 23c Ilaudnome Damwk Towels. MUSLINS! MUSLINS !t Rest make Eleacbed and Unbleached Muslins, at the very lowest maikot price, ll'eached kiuailns 15 20. sndrfc ayard best Itlcachod MuFlIn In the clly lor 25. ; hei vy yenl wide Unbleached Mualln, 24c. t fli.e and hoavj yard-wide Unbleached. Muollu. ibc a yard. Pillow Case and fhctlng U uslln. KID ULOVESs ! KID GLOVES ! f Beat quslity l.nportcd choice Spring colors Ladles Fnellah Mik Glomes; Ladles' White and BufTRerlln Gloves; Lkdlcs' Lltle and llerlln Gloves, 25c. up toBOo. a pair. DONNF.T HIBBONS. CHOICE COL 3118. Number 4 nud6 corded edge Ulbbons Black Velvet Itlbbons; WhlteK Ilk M alines. HOOP tKIHTSl HOOP SKIRTS! 1-Bet quality made expicss.y lor our talcs. PRICK Ai WOOD. No 113 N. MNI'll btreet, abo.-e Arth N. 1!. Will n move to the N. W cornor Kiglith nd ill'crt m.-cets about the last ol .pril. 4 21 LINENS, FOll liOYS' PANTS, ETU A Splendid Acsortment Now Open lVIILLIIIEIJ'S LINEN STORE. Ko. 23 Ar.CH STSEST. UNhLKACHfcD LINEN" DUCK AT 50 CENT3. UNB1.KACIIED LINEN DRILL AT 60 CENTS. STRIPKD LINKN DRILL, DARK COLORS, 62J CKKT8. BLACK AND WI1ITK LINEN CnGCKS, 62 CENX8. CROWN AND WHITE LINEN CHEJKS, C2J CENTS. CHECKED LINEN DUCKS. WHITE LINEN DUCKS. WHITE LIN FN DRILLS. TLjUN COLORED LINENS, FOR JACKETS AND COATS. TRINTED LINENS, FOR SHIRTS AND JACKETS. FIIE LARGEST STOCK OF OF ALL KINDS IZV TUE CITTt AT MILL! KEN'S LIN2N STORE, 8 8l8tuth2m No. 838 AHCI1 Street. JT RETAIL. JAS. II. CASIFBELL & C0M No. 727 CHESNUT Street, Have made extensive additions to their popu lar Stock oi sjxrcs AND DEESS GOODS! WHICH THEY CONTINUE TO SELL At Moderate Prices. WHOLESALE ROOMS IT STAIRS. 881 Ia 31. II. U0RSTMAH & S0XS, FIFTH and CHERRY Sts. PHILADELPHIA. IMPOUTERS AND MANUFACTURERS OF LADIES' DRESS AND CLOAK TRIMMINGS, I-LAIX AND FANCY BUTTONS, COTTON 1KIHMINGB, BLACK ANU COLOKrJD OAtLOONS CLUAY LACES, ' BELTINGS, tiCIPCBE LACES. BALUOitAL TKIJUMINOS, UIMPti AND OMNAMKNTS, COLOBED VELVET KIBUON8 HEAD NETS, ETC. SMALL WARES AND ZEPHYR WORSTED. We trc constantly receiving tie lateat NOVELTIES of tie EuiODvan nurkcts. brtldei our own produotloa Of varfoui l) lei in NEW TUIMUINUS. Our price. ao reevced to tha very lowest Gold rate.. I iB 2mrp S. E, Cor. Second and Uarkt PtUad,