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THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25, 8flfl.
ADDITIONAL NEWS FROM EUROPE. Copy of th Promina Piolf-Vr In Gr imnj Hourly ,xclu FluaueltU TBI IMPENDING WAR III OIRMA5T. The Indtpendance Brig, of Apir Olli, s'atos that, alter a coricspomience between tbo Kmperor or liussla and the Kins' ot Prussia, t.ie Cornier or erelirn sent General Kitcber to Vionna tooailnpon Auntiia to nisarm. Austria, it is said, will probab y make tier disarmament conditional upon I'runsia also disarming It is uel eved that the iutervuiitton ot Ktiasia, thoueh it mar not load to anr settloraont ot the tllflioulty, will nevertheless prevent for somo time any further comp.ioation. On the evening ot the 6th, Austria sent a very categorical d snatch to Her. m, in winch Count Bis manik u charged with having? declared war with Austria to be iitovitaole, and it Is atllrmed the Austrian armament have been camod by that decla ration, count bn-maisk is B'so charged with in trisainr in Itaiv airatbi-t Austria. Ihe Imperial Government tequues tlto demobilization of tne 1'iowiim army. The Wiiiu-y (Vlonnai Debatte of tho Oth fate, that Ana ria Is about to occline continuing negotiation with l'ruwia until the lutcer power eaos to mobilize her troop. According to the Vlonna Prte of tho tamo date, tho Am r an answer 10 tie last Prussian uoto was despato ed on the 7th iusr. j his ropiy is said to partake ot the characc-.r of an ultimatum reproach inn I'rusaia with the provocative laiimiare ot her despatches and with her intrigues wuh Italy. In the even tot an unatlntuotory rctly Autri would immediately bilnir lorward a motion In the Fodoral Diet lot plaoing tho federal army upon a war loot inn. 1 HK FBtJASIAN BKPLT TO TH1 AUSTalAN NOTE OF MARCH 81. The undersigned Is instructed by his (iovrrnmont to noiiiv to your Excellency tne roce.iiou ot tuo conuntinicatiou which iho Imperial Envoy in Berlin pntentod, in a note dated tuo 81st at., to the i'resi dent or tho Ministry and Minetor for Foreign A flairs, Count Biauiark j be President of me iim istry did not dulav nibmittlus ttia. noto, in acoord unco with the wish tuercin expressed, to his Uajus.y the King, ms most precious sovereign, and with rotereucn thereto the uii'ieranrnod is Instructed to address to your Excellency tbe tollowin obsorva , tlon :- The fears or danger to the preservation or pa ace have arixen sole.y nom tho faci that Austria, with out any apparent cnuw, has boirun since the 80th ol last montn to push .forward considerable armed loroeH in a threatening muuuer towards the us elan frontier. Tie lu.pciial Government has given no explana tion respeoiing its motives lor this stranare proceed mr, for tbe siatomout that tbe aprehousioug of the Jewisn inhabitants had rende ed those armauionts necessary .a as irreconcilable with the extent ot tne lattoi as it is with tbe locality at whioii tne assem bled reiuforcoineuta are stationed namely, on tuo Saxon and rruxaiaii frontier, where the Security of the Jows has novel been endangered. Had Austria, like l'rustia, believed herself to be threatened, it uiivht certainly have been exp' eted, alter tbe sentiments i-xpiessed in Count Karolyi's note, that tbe cabinet oi Vieuiij, whi e retemng to Article 11 of tho Federal 1'aot, would iiave made known to the Federal Diet, or at lei st to tbe Frus tum Government, tbe .acts which appeared io Aus tria to be ol a threatening natare luatcad of that, up io the piescut tune there has been no oudeavor to Justify tbe pretended defensive character ol tbe Aiutrian armaments by specifying any signs ot a danger against wbiclt defensive measures should be d,noted. 'Ihe secro-y witb which tho Austrian armaments have been surrounded, and the effort to make the r well-known extent appear in the eyes of the l'rusiun uovtrnmout loss important tliuu it actually is, has only streugthened tho natural im j)resion respecting thorn, uamety, that tho impe rial troops ob the nortliorn frontier ot Ausiria, which have been dm! reinloroed during tbe last fortnight, are destined lor an ouensive hostilo un der akirg against Prussia. .Notwithstanding this the Frussiau Government delayed for ten days vu , till the 28th ait. the issue of orders to prepare mea sores ot tietonso, because lae Kin?, the nndcri?nea's most graoious sovereign, foresaw that the accu mulation ot iniliiary lorcesin Iront of one another would more serious y endanger peace than could have been tbe case until then, through the exchange oi diplouiatio despatches. Only when through tbe number ai d position of tho Austrian troops on the Bohemian frontier, tbe satcty of tno Frussiau terri tory threatened to become dopeadeut upon the reso lutions of tho Ausiriuu Gabiret, did his Jklajesty order measures to be taken lor he protection ot tbe country, and at tbe same timo takiuv note of the fact thut it was the Austrian Government which. from motives until now unexplained, bad by mi itary . menace piaoeii rue i runoiau ironiier in a situation ol aanger, lor womb ua precedent is to bo found iu tbe politics or international intercourse of iiurono. and lor which the Fru-iuu (jovtrnmont must de cidedly reject every responsibility. Unless tne Aus trian Government re a ly intends to attack Frussm, the l'russ an Government cannot und rstand why Austria should nave adopted tueo military measures. The uudersiged eueine'ically repe s th' utterly groundless suspicion ,hat Frussia lias hitherto had any intention to vioiato the peace, and is at tbosame time instructed ldrmnliv to declare to Count lious doi ff that Loihiug is lurther trom the intentions of his Aiajesty, the King, than an offensive war against Austria Tbe King of Frussia is the less ab'e to doubt the Em' eror's personal ntiuients, inasmuch as be en tirely reciprocates thorn, and will preserve big own feelings ol friendship towards his Imperial Majesty undisturbed by political circumstances. Tho Impe rial Government cannot tail to nave opportunities for expressing, by its acts, its friendly sentiments towards the Frussiau kingdom, (Sieuod) Werthkr. To bis Excellency count yon Mensdorff. FINANCIAL AFFAIRS IS GERMANY. The aovicis from Frankfort describe incessant fluctuations on tbe Bourse during tbe past week or two. A lew days ago there was a comp ete pauio. Orders lor sale oame in trom all sides. Aext lnoru ing evorvthing wone in an opposite direction, and peaceable rumors from Berlin sent up Austrian Btocks 6 per cent intrt'odnje. Then came a eudeeu relapsH, wt ich was almost irstantly foi owed by an improvement. The final result is best illustrated by the fluctuations ot the Five perCei.t. Nationals Be fore tho war rumors the quotation was about 61 ; on Easter Sunday thev were as low us bis, and they closed on Saturday 68 Vienna currency went down Irom 115 to 108 and is now lllj. .Notwith standing all this alarm, very few p op e, it is said, believed in ultimate war, provided the controversy ghou d be restricted to Austria and Frusiia; bu there was a general uneasiness that alter all b urrnz might have been a second Piom uteres, and this feel ing was strengthened uy the statement of tbe On stitutionnel concerning the French neutrality. "Tbe idea ol Frussia attacking Austria and tbe German Diet without being backed by Napoleon," it is ob served, "was too incompatible with common sense to be readily credited I be apprehension that there might be an understanding witb the French Empe ror was the only reason tor the state of alarm, which baa subsided, but which might prevail again at any moment as long as nothing definite is known about tbe intentions of France " Ihe amoant of bu-duoss tiaiacted during tbe week was enormous. Amu riean bonds continue 4 per cent, below New York quotations in consequence ot the largo speculative operations and tho great mass ot tbeno ronds held by parties who have engared lor options. Money remains inodoraiely easy, discount in tho open mar ket being at ii it is a remarkable fact that leather and oats are in very little demand, and that the treat Frankfort leather lair, which is iut over, has been dull Heveial large firms at Vienna, the Auu'to- Austrian Bank included, nave aavised their foreign correspondents not to draw any bills on them, as tbe Austrian Bank declines to oisoount bOls drawn on Vienna from abroad, the position ol tbo Aus trian Bank continues to inmiove. Ihe circulation is reduced to 326,987,07211 , while the bullion amounts to 126,WKi,ULZIl. Vibitino tub Fortifications. Yesterday ruoruinr LleuteDant-Geuerul Grant, accompa nied bv his wile: Mr. Dent, father of Mrs. Grant: Mrs. PostruaBter Sharp, of thlu citv, sister to General (Jrant, and Colonel Badeau, made a vimt to Cold Harbor and the other battle grouridH and forciticutiouB around Ricbmoud. The partv lett the city in Gmeral Turner's tour boree anibuluuce, and were accompanied by General Turner himself. Thev epent the day in examining thee places of interest, and returned lo the city in the afternoon verv much pleased with their excursiou. Last night General Graut was visited by a number of military officers and other friends, who spent a tew hours in conver sation upon sreneral subjects. He was also sere naded bv the Eleventh United 8;ate Infantry band, but decl'ned lo make any remarks to the large crowd who were assembled outside of the Hpottswood. expecting to get a glimpse of bim. On Sunday afternoon Mayor Mavo paid a vl it to General Grar.t, the two spending au hour to gether m a verv agreeable manner. It Is under btood that the party will return to Washington this afternoon, via the Fredericksburg route. Richmond 2 linen, yesterday. The British MuBum 1 ft coatly est'ibllsh ment. ns It take rjparly $515,000 per annum to carry it on; of which fiO.OOO pfoee for the pur chase aud $35,000 lor the binding of book. AMUSEMENTS. WAlnct Strekt Turatkh Mr. Booth appeared lor ti e tirst tnuu last evening in the coaraou-r of "Homoo." Eove the passion tnat on tho siago in tur sthe svmpa byoftiie audionoe; yet in the piay oi Jti truvantl Jwtet, where lore Is the only passion, it is difficult to maintain iho interest. "Komeo'a" iovo is apt either to grow wearisome or rldicu om in the eyes oi tbe prosaic present day. Mr. Booth n akes ''Ktimeo" to j tragic too heavy, toj deeply melancholy. Hi passion eveu lacks waiimnj he is ntteilv devoid ot teuoeriiess; though In ' Buy Bias," and In other impassioned lovers, we have seen bun, in voice, loo , and tone, the very essence of Loth parsion and tenderness His ''Homoo" was too murh like "Biunard 111" in look, style, aud gesture, iho best scenes wore the balcony noeno, wu re he was young und inipss.uuoti, and the scene of the on' 1 with ''Tybalt," and there Mr. Booth nad scope for bisene g and fire, and was hinieif. The new net ot tho stare in the msi act. where it if divided into two compaitmunt, was not ell'eotive Althou h the tomb ol the tapulets usually looks like the "bouse that Jack built " iu the s'ory nook and has nothing Italian or poetic abojt it, still, seeing "Juliet'' all the timo Irons the rising ot tho curtain, before "Komeo" is supposed to benold her, takeB a.vay from the situation and destroys tne elloot. Miss Grali urn's "Juliet" was exaotiv like all her other perlt rmatiecs, without patsiou or individuality, and cold coid as ico. 4 Juliet" is the m ttt dillluutt char acer in the raiikO ol ihe drama difficult to compre hend, difficult to look, difficult to portray; therefore we couid not expect Yllss Graham to xoel vvhoro so many have failed. Miss Graham, though liamlsotne, is too pondeious and womanly tor 'Juliet." llor read n irs were, as usual, without intelligence or punctuation, excepting when she stops for want of breath. Mr, Taylor's "Moroutio" was tho most satisfactory and finished rendition in tne piece, tiay, humorous, but hirh bred; even in tho sceno with the nurse tree, from exaggeration. His "tvueen Mab" was admirably read, and most effec tively given. Tho audience regrotted "Merou io's" death for their own sakes mora than they did that ol the lovers. This evening Mr Booth will appear as "lago," a part in which his genius appears iu all its special advantages, a part which he ha mado a creat on, so different is it from all other "lagos" hitherto on tto stago. Arch Street Ibbatri. ThB Flying Dutchmin, with its ma vol ous sconery. and M'ino Colesto's gracolul and impressive impersonation of "Vauder dtcken," drew a fine house last evoninn. Tho sceno at the end ot the recond act has never been sur passed in scenic efiboi. Kkw Cheap! ut Ptrket TnBATRR. Mifs Mageie Mitchell's J'enrl of Savoy has proved a great suo ccss. Ihe audience consented witb difficulty to relit quish "Fancbon," but "Marie" seems to have replaced bor in thoir aflections. Academy of Mupic Tbe Ravels will criy0, with Francois, tbe highly successful piece of Itaout; "Young America, with the Trapeze, and tho per formance or A Solditr for Love. '1 Lis is the last week but one oi these popular artists. SUMMER RESORTS. gUMMKIl RESORTS OX LINE OP Koaflins Railroad and Branches. MA SSION 110 r.s K, MO UNT CAJi "ON, Mrs. Caroline Wunder. Fottsville P. 0 , Scuuyiklll co. 1USCAE0HA HOTEL, Mrs Hannah ail ler, Tuscarura P. O., Schuylkill co. UAIIA HOY CITY 110 TEL. O. W. Frost, Mahanoy City P. O., Schuylkill co. WHITE 110 U$E, Mrs. Susan Marsaorf, Reading P. 0. ANDALUSIA, James S. Madeira, Reading P. O. LIVING SPEIJSGii HOTEL. Dr. A. Smith, Werdersvllle P. 0.. Berks co. S0U1H MOUNTAIN HOUSE. II. 11. Manderbach, Woinclsdorf P. O., Berks co. COLD SPRINGS nOTEL, Lebanon co., Char.es Roedcrmel, ilarrlsburg P. 0. BO YEE&TO WN SEMINAR Y. J. B. tlcnky, Boyerslown f. O., Berks co YELLOW SPR1SGS HOTEL, A. V. Snyder, Yellow Springs P. O , Chester co. L1TIZ SPRINGS, Samuol Llcbtenthaler, Lltlz P. 0., Lancaster co. EPURATA MOUNTAIN SPRINGS, Kneedlcr & Feathet, Ephrata P. Lancaster co. APRIL 21, 1866. 4 233m A FAMILY Or FIVE Ct SIX CAN hear of a very pleasant home a Fhort distance In country, where the v can have all the comforts of a home without the trouble, by addressing ' W, ' Tele graph office. 4 23 at AUCTION SALES. 13 PCOTT. JR., AUCTIONEER, NO. 102fl t'tlliS.VUTSlUl'.Ll. 8ALF. OF WO MODKRH OIL PAINTINGS. On Wedne4av Evenlnff. 23ih instaut. at 1H o'clock, at bCOTT'S ART GALLEH.tr. No. 1020 CHkSMJT Htreet. wll' De sola, wtinout reserve, AKOITT 100 MODERN OIL PAINTI!OS. Now open lor examination, with desorlptive Cata logue. H 61 FOR SALE AND TO RENT. J O 0 M S TO II E N T large, Well Lighted and Ventilated K O O M S , ON THE SECOND AND THIRD FLOORS OF THE "Evening Telegraph" Building, No. lOB South THIRD Street, TO RENT. A1TLY IN IHE OFFICE, FIRST FLO JR. N. ii WITH OR WITHOUT ijTEAM l'OWKK. FOR SALE A FRUIT AND f'.riilii Farm of 173 Acres. In Kent county. I'lawuru anuartorot anile bast ol Kenton, a station on tho .Maryland and Delaware ltai road, and about sU tulles no ii 1)1 ot Miivrna. 'Iho Drouertv Is handsomely situated, well Inn roved and productive. The dwelling a neat iramc, containing elevon (II) rooms. 'I he burn one oi tne nuesi in ine uminiy. At nrxsnnt. fund sullleient to keen One hand emnloyea and a aarden well suimllud with fruit, and nlatitod MlniTidfint v with vegetables, are reserved with ,ho dwelliutf the snrlnn tldaues and harvests are rented on slian s A purchaser can iliereiore take possession im mediately, without euibarrassuient to himself or the operations or tne lami. It In tlrrt-claxa nrociiirtv. In ahluhlv Improved nol 'h borhuod. and la oflered below the present tuurket price ui hucii land. J'rke, lb.000: one-half cash. Address 11 EN BY JOHNS, 4 llwfnil2t Keu'on. Delaware n. V OR S A L E , To close an Fstate, A BF.AUTIFCL LOT, at the 8. . comer of FOKT1ETH AND LOCD8T Streets, West Philadelphia close to St Mary's Episcopal Church Would make a fine location lor a large mansion, or could be divided Into .mailer lots, bavins- three fronts. C M. S.LESLIE, 4 16 lOt 'o T-7 8ANHOM Street FOR 8ALK A DESIRABLE THRKE tniv llwe'llnir. with thiee-storv double Back uildiiiK on 'IWI I.FTIl Hireet above Oreen. All modern improvements, summer kitchen, beaters, eto. Price, Kjihju clear. Apply at thU UHloe, between 8 aud A. M. 4j:l DESIRABLE BUSINES8 PROPERTY, Liill KOUBTIl S'reet, aboye :hesnut, lor sale, with Immediate posseuion. Price 15,i0u. . HORACK FRITZ, 4 U 3t No. Ti WALNUT Street. tTarch and twentieth, NEAR 8T. L.J Clement's Cliurcb. Superior dwelling. No 142 N rv EM1LTU Btiwt, for Mie cheap. Call from lu to UK. CARPETINGS. JUST DECEIVED, YARD-AKD-A-HALFWIDB VELVET CAK V ETS, NEW DESIGNS. J. r. & i;. ii. on m:, No. 904 C11ESNUT STItEET. 3-4 7-8, 4-4, 5-4, C-4, WHITE, RED, AND FANCY CANTON MATTINGS. J. F. & E. 13. ORNE, No. 904 C11ESNUT ST II K 13 T. J7NGLISII BRUSSELS, FOR STAIRS AND HALLS, AVITII EXT1?A BORDERS. J. F. & E. B. 0RNE. No. 904 C II E S N TJ t stu e e t 500 pieces NEW PATTERNS EK G LISII TAPESTRY BRUSSELS. J. F. & E. B. 0RNE, No. 904 3 20 3mrp UIlEiSNUT 8 T R E E T. WATCHES. J E ASONS W II Y T H E AMERICAN WATCH, MADE AT WALTHAM, MASSACHUSETTS, li TKE BEST. It is made on the best principle. Its frame Is com posed oi 80I.ID PLATES. NO jar can Interfere with the hnrmonr of Its working, and no suiden shock can damage Its machinery livery piece is made and finished by machinery (itself famous for its novelty, as wel as lor its effectiveness) and Is therefore proporly made. The watch is what all mechanism should be ACtVKATK, SIMPLE, STKOJsG.AND ECONOMI CAL. Ixccpt soms hiph grades, t?o costly for general use, foreign watches aie chiefly mado bv women and boy 8. Such watches ars composed of neveral hundred pieces, screwed aud riveted together, and require con stant repairs to keep them In any kind of order. All persons wbo have carried "anc es." leplncs," and "Kngltsb Tatont Levers," are perfectly well aware ol the truth of this statement. At the beginning ot our enterprise, m ire than ton years ago it was our first object to make a thorouuhly good low-priced watch tor tbe million, to take the p ace of these foreign Impositions the reiuse ot forolgn lao tories which were entirely unsaleable at home and perfectly worthless everywhere. How well te have accc nipllshed this may be under stood from the fact, that .ifter so many years ot puollc trial, we now make MORE Til AN HALF OF ALL THE WATCHES SOLI) IS THE UNITED STATSS, and that no others have ever given such universal satisfaction. While this department of oar business Is continued with Increased facilities for perfect work, we are at present engaged in the manufacture of watches ol the very Highest Grade Known to Chronometry, Unequalled by anything hitherto made by ourselves, and unsurpassed by anything made In the world. For thipurpose we have tbe amplest facilities. We have erected an addition to our main buildings expressly for this branch of oar business, and have filled it with the best workmen in our service. New machines and ap pliances lave been constructed, which perform their work with consummate! delicacy and exactness. The choicest and most approved materials only are used, and we challenge comparison oetween tbls vrade of our work and the finest Imported chronometers. We do not pretend to sell our watcbes for iess money than foreign watches, but we do a.sert. without fear ot contradiction, that tor ths samk money our product ts Incomparably supeilor. All our watches, of whatever grade, are fully war ranted, and this warrantee Is good at all times against us or our agents In all parts of the world. CAUTION. As the high reputation of our watches has caused them to be extensive y counterfeited by foreign makers, and sold In this country as genuine, the public are cau tioned to buy only ot respectable dealers. Alt persons selling counterfeits will be exposed and prosecuted. BOBBINS ii A1TLCTON, AO r NTS FOK THE AMKKICAN WATCH COMPANY, 4 23trp So.lSi BMADWaY S.T. MUSICAL I N STUMENT S. CfSP A REDUCTION' OF TWENTV-KIVE 7 H t 'per cent, or from SI25 to 2iK) less upon each instrument thn our Keaular Schedu e Prices. Deslilng to reduce our isrge siook of superior aud tilth y improved nchiy finished seven octave liusewond IrlANOs previous to ihe removal to our new store, (ilrurd Vow No. I Ida Chesnui street, we have eoncluned to otler thun at tbe actual co-t to ruunufivvure and at prices equal ij as low Is we sold them Leiore the war. 'these instruments have been awarded the hif,'he,t prrniiiims at all the principal exhibitions ever bold in this country, wlib numerous testimonials irom the tirst artists In America ami I' urope Vbi-y are now tbe lead in t pianos, and aie sold to all parts oi the wor d Persons desiring to purchase a first-class Piano at greatly reduced rates, ahou d not tail to avail ttiem te ve of this opportunity, t Iron ars of tbe revular schedule price, 1th tireeUe cdts of tbe styes of our Plenos can be bad at tbe waieroouis, and, on applica tion, will be sent by mall SCHUMACHER CI., Warerooms 4 821tn No. 1021 CHFhNL'T Street WANTS. f 1IREE tJENEKAL AfJENTS WANTED TO I act In Important locations for the New Yorx Acci dental Insurance Company ,ctlve nifn ol good address, apHv to HAK O. ALLEN, Branch Onlce, Mo. 410 CliKSNUr Street. Aepiysoon , 1121 p. HUNTER, No. 44 N. 8EVENTB fcTKFET, ABOVE FILBERT. PHILADELPHIA Acknowledged b all pari in mttretttd as by tar the MOST Sl COn-HhrXL PHYSICIAN In tbe treatment r Ihteaiti tn Aij tpttuUti. QUICK THOKOUUU, andptrmarunt tttrtt auitrantetd In evert case, feniember DU, UUNTKU S Celebrated Kemedtt can only I had genuine at his old established Qmcu. No 44 N. blYEJiiU Bt'fcot, ahwye iUbert. 4 'ii 01 M AD & S 2VI Y T IT MANUFAC'URHES OF m SILVER-PLATED WARE, No. C10 CHESNTjr Street. rillLADEirHIA. 4 4tf WOOD & CA.RY, No. 725 CIIESNUT STREET, ARE OFFERING DAILY ALL THE LATEST NOVELTIES IN II ATS AND BONNETS. INCLUDING TRK POPULAR JAPAN I SE AND MEDALLION HATS. 1 lsjinrp MISS (J. OTmNE, In her New and Elegant Store, No. 807 ARCH Street, Has now open a large stock ol tbe caoicast FliKNCH MII.J.lNKIiY. A younj; parialenne ('torn one of the most eminent of the nilnlucrv establishments oi Paris) has charge of die Tr iiiinhiK Department Kvtryetyie und klDd of HAT or BOS'JTCT now In lasblon will be lound in stock 4 21 luirp STOVES, &c. TJ N 1 O N O I h S T () V E S, A new and complete apparatus tor Cooklnc and Heating by Petroleum OiL Our Moves give no smoke or odor, and are not liable lo get out or cider, being as simple In every respect as a Kerosene Lan.p. 1 be U .ker, Broiler, and Flat-iron Heater are the onl.t special articles of far nlmre required. For all other purposes ordinary stove furniture may be used. DAVID II. LOSI3Y, OLE AGKKT FOR PENNSYLVANIA, N0...38 Soaiti Flt-TH Street. Libral discount to tht trad. 4 17 3m rp 27 GAS COOK I NO STOVES. 27 1 H K AGLE OAS 8TOVE3 Are wetramed to ll.iKt, BliOIL, BOIL. ROAST, TOAST, STEW, HEAT Il!ON KTO Kill NO TiUST 1)1 KT. oJUORK. OR AX1IKS, And are mere economical than Wood. Conl.oruil. O VV. LoOMIrt. Snanuliieturer'a Agent, 4J .No. 27 S MXTH Street. Philadelphia, Pa 27 UNIVERSAL CLOTH ES07 WR1NOKK. Hie only AYrlnner with the Tatent Co" Wheel Regu lator. We warrant this Wrmger. andnootli -r. l W LOOMIS, Maniifaciurnr's Vgent. 4 19 No. 11 s. SIX i II street, Phl.ade phi a. Pa 27 THE CELEHIIATE7) 27 DOIY WASHING VACI1IV1'. Kor suie at O. W. I.O'iMIS. 4 II) No. 11 S. SIXTH Street, Philadelphia. Pa. 27 KEFHIGEHATORS,- ICE ' OOLKltP, ICK f'RV. AM FRKZER i, CARpR V-ISWi-liPEKd, CLOTdEet-WKINOEKS. ET '. At G W I OOMIf. 4 llilmwlm No. 11 8. SIXTH Street. Philadelphia, Pa. THE EYE AND EAR. DEAFNESS AND BLINDNESS, I BOAT. Ll'NQ. CHKST DISEASES. :A- hbkViti 'i EMl.Tfe! TAKRH. ASTHMA, NERVOUS AFFEC J T10.N8 AND DifEASEs OF THE D.UKS- TiVE U Kt A N s.-PM. VON MOHUZiS KF.R'8 new end unrival ed systems of treating the above VALADlFb with his ' A'l O.VISKtt." has re ceived the very hlpbest approbation from the best medi cal men of a. I SCHOOL", and the -INDORSEMENT of tl.e entire medical PRESS. These, with TK8TIVO NIAL8 ireni and REFERENCES to responsible CIiI ZKN8 can be examined by all who require his profes sional services, at bis OFFICE and IvESlDENCE, No. lUdl WALNUT Street 321 lmrp QEO. -A.- COOKE OFFERS PIIKSTON COAL, Which is the very beat SCUUYLKlLr. COAL cimiLfto this market, Egg- and Steve sizes at $6 75 per Ton ALSO, THE OENFINE KAC1I.K VKIN COAI, Same sizes, tame pnuc. A i-uperlor Quality ot I.HIIOH COAfi ( tcstani'y on band Egg and Stove sizes at 87 -5U.de Iv ered totnT part ot the citv, en lrcly free oi'slate and nirt 1 ndvise uv friends, and the pubic generally, to lay in tbtir coming winter's supply now, a-i tho price Is as low as it will be, ana as there Is a prospect o au advance sum. Orders received at No. 114 Soutn 1 BIRD .-trect. EMPORIUM, 4 17 to Ho. 1314 WASHINGTON Avenue. LiFE, GROWTH AND BEAUTY. Mrs. S. A. Allen's World's Jxair Restorer and dress ing invigorate, strengthen and lengthen the hair. They act directly upon 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 ed to the hair, and no fear of soiling the skin, scalp, or most elegant head-dress, Hold by all Druggists. Depot 198 & 200 Greenwich St. N. Y. l'AHASOLS AT $1-25. fl'SO. $1-75, AND "T 11 kllb Hun I'n,hrll. a 10. II M. l IS. J H DIXON. 4 lswfm K0. 11 S. EIGUIIi Street. FURNn-;jr-c. QOUliTNEY k WILLITS, Ncs. 14 and 16 S. Seventh St., Phiiada., M AM'FACl Vi K. R OF BEAITIFIL COTT.Mi?; lliilNITlIIIK, And the only durable is rur. citt. Also. Dining-Rcon 7urnitnre, AND BEDDINO, constantly on hod C4 23 mwfiin 15 U V ruiiNi T U 11 K AT o o II T,D A- o c 8 UNION UttPOTt, Nos. 37 and 39 K. SECOND Street. IfOpposltaCI list churcln. And Corner of NIK H and MARKET Ibe larpest, cheapest, anu best stork o PORNITU-I? Ol every dccrlptlon In the orld. 1 10 Sp llOSEWOOD, CIIAM1JER, AND PAltl.OU SUITES, AT GEORGE J. IIENKELS',- THIKTEENTH AND GHESNUT SriiEGTS, 4141 Formerly of Nos m anu 811 CnESNL'T St. WALNUT (HIAMIJEll AND 1 AIM. OH SUH'Es, Either Polit Led or Oiled, AT GEORGE J. HENKELS', THIRIEENTH AND OlIESNUT STKEKT8. 4 14 lmJFoimerly of Nos S09 and 811 CUES NUT 8t. BOOTS Ar:D SHOES. FINE BOOTS AND SHOES, FOIi GENTLEMEN'S And Boys' Wear, AT REDUCE) PSIChS, AT IIEJAVEO'S, No. 525 AECH Street, Below Sixth. Firs -class work a. ways on hand, and mado to order at short notice. 4 24 lin-p R E M O V A L . C. 13 ENKEll T & SON, MABUFAC-.-DnKr.3 OP FINE 130OTS AND SHOES, Have removed lrora their Old stand, No. 48 South FOURTH Street, to No. 710 CKECMUT STREET. llaving purchased the entire JU'inoss of Mr. Leonard Bii.kert. thus Iriugfn? ton'ther au im mense stock ol (roods, t ov v III no in jKnitlon to supply the wants of the e minuiiltv at pr.ces somo Wf at below thoe herolof o ohar.ued. Thoir increased faoililio mIso uuab e them to make a style of BOOTS ANDh.lOES ;or Yowihs fur su perior to what is made d.ewhere. Tbe host BOdTs AKD rllOKS lor Laiiioj, also made o order. 4 CO fniwlm. PANIES. J X I C K E R liOCK K II ICK COMPANY. E. P. KHRSI10W, A. HUNT, Wholesale ai d He tall Dealers. IMPORTERS OF EASTERN ICE. OFFICES A:,'D DEPOTS: Nos. 118 and 120 ..rth UKO.tA Atret( WILLOW STREET WHARF, DELAWARE AVENUE. Having secured a lull mnilyof Ihe bent qua'lty ot ICE, are prepared to furnlhu It throughout tbe entire seat on, as ueual. piomptly et the lowest market rates. 4 Hotels, tcnfeci loners, and Shipping supplied with large or smal. quantities. Particular attention given to ttu dolivery of ICE to Families, Stores, Offices, etc ICE served dally in West Pblladelihla, Mantua, Rich mond, 1 loga, and all parts ol the citv Tour older respectlully solicited. 4 llsmwrplm JOE! ICE! ICE! ICE! ICE INCORPORATED 186-1. THOMAS E. CAHILL, President. JOHN GOODY FA K, Secretary. HENRY THOJlAS, Buiierinteudent. COLD SPRING ICE A jD CQ&L CHMPAKY. Dealers in and Ship .t rs of Ice aud Coal. TV e are now prepared to furnish pest qi alitt loo, In large or small quantities, to holes. stennboaM, lec cream saloons, families, olli es.etc. and at the lowksi MABEiT bates. Ice served oailt In nil paved limits ol tbo cousolidated city, Wt Philadelphia. Mantua, Klch niond, and Oermantown. Your cu-tom and Influence Is respectfully solicited Yo 1 can rWv in being served with a pt'BB article and m mult. Mend your order to OFFICE, No. 435 V.WLNLT STREET. DEi'OTS. S. W. corner 1WELETI. andWILT.OW Streets. North Tennsylvanla Balln au aud .MAS IE It Htreou LOMBAhD and TWEN I V-EIFill Mrcets. fl.NE Street Wharf, citDylklll. 4 7 2mli) SIM ON COLT( X (1LARICE. TO FAMILIES KEbITIv., iS o . (I'. I.sO TO TilE cou: ' UY Those who wish to pur.- asc mino le ol the best (manly ot KIMi. GKUv'l It' Kin unci a tu I and choke stock of the best tn it can ne luiportfd or pro cured rom tbe Mew Yo . Bo-tnn or f'lillade pliia market, and can be supplle Alvh gouds In pakuge, it wboiexale prices Particular attention is p i-t topuuklngln the neatest and nioct Hate nianueruoas ' ' tleod" delivered to any of ihe lepots express oflkea, or out in the country, tree e chari.o SIMON COLTON CLARKE, I4JrpJ a. W. cor UBoaD and WALSIJT j S A F E 0 !l S A h E. A KECOMi IUll Parrel & Herrin;: lire-Proof Safe FOR HALE. APPLY AT THIS OFFICE. 4 5rp TRUSSES, 8LPFOBTKRS, BRACES, anil all other Bnmleal apj iaiiees of Ihe most approved rinds, Infinite! v superior hi an owiem. ai no. (Hi Norm hEVr.NTH 8trt Lauiea attended by Mis. Dr. MoCLENACUAN. Mae department by a compe tent surgeon. mru TO fkiS FOR A SUIT OF BLACK OP ill colored clotb: armr and navv elothut Co.. In alvle l nurpse 3. ' ,p fABU.No. 19Nlm8t.,bgv6CinnuL DPY GOODS. U3 PU1CE WOOL), J 3 N. NT NTH STKFET. At'.oVK AMU, H ave Jiwt opened : A pi lot of White floods lft. pieces Nainsook Tlald Masllna, rd, 40, 4 40, M, C, 63. It. r.td7ro. a jard. Holt fnlfh Camhilc and Jaconet Mnallns; Nainsook M us Ins. 28.28. J3. riK. 4u. op to 80o. arard. A cheap lot of Victoria Lawns very fine, 4Ao. a raid. Hair Cord Mrlne and Tiaid klasllna. hmlis Muslins, tl. ts, 38, i,4n, RO.up toS'lc a yard. Figured Swiss Muslins, 28 and 43c MNrfi tiOODS! LINEN GOODS! Ti C olored Table Linens. d;Xe. a yard. fewer Loom Table Linens, 75.87H. and (I a yard. Ionbie Damask Bleached Table Cloths. K r.klns, warranted all linen, tl-Jg, 2'80, si 60, ! T nd ID a docea. A cbesp lot of Linen Towels M and 13e. Ilaudstne Damask Towels. MUSLINS! MUSLINS ! ! Best make Bleached snd Unbleached M aslIM, at th very lowest market price Bleached Unsllns. 15 SO. and 21c ayardi best Bleached Miinlln In the city tor 2.V ? heavy yi.rd wide Unbleaohod Muslin, 24o.f fine and heavy yarJ-wlde Unuleaohod Muslin. 25c a yard. 1'lUow Case and Sheeting Maslinr. KID UL0VE8 ! KID GLOVES ! ! Best quality Imported choice Spring colors Ladles' English 811k Qlotes; Ladles' White and Buff Berlin Gloves Ladles' Lisle and Berlin Oioves, 25c. up tuSDo. a pair. BONNET KIBB0N9. CHOICE COL0R8.-Numbem 4 and 6 corded edge Ribbons ( Black Velvet Hibbons; White Bilk Mallnes. HOOP I K1RTS I HOOP SKIRTS I l-Bet qaalitr made exptess.y lor oar .ales PUICE ft WOOD. No 113 . MMTU Street, above Area H. It. Will remove to the N. W corner Eighth Filbert street about ihe I ant or apnl. 4 21 AT RETAIL. S R. CAMPBELL & CO., No. 727 CIIESNUT Street, Havo made exU'usive ailditions to their popu lar Stock ot BILKS AND DRESS GOODS v.isiti: ihetl continue to sell At Moderate Prices. WHOLESALE H0OM8 DP S1AIU3. 8 3Xlm Will. II. IIORSTMAW & S0XS, FJl'TH and CIIERItYSts. PHILADELPHIA. IMFOUTfiRS AND MANUFACTURERS OF LA PIES' DRESS AND CLOAK 'tRIMMINQS, PLAIN AND FANCY BUTTONS, C01TO IHIMWINOS, BLAtK A COLORED GALLOONS CLOY LACKS, BELTINGS, CCIIXRE LACES. BALVOHAL TRIMnllNOf, G1.UP8 AND ORNAMENTS, COLORED VELVET RIBllONS HEAD NETS, ETC. SMALL WARES AND ZEPHYR WORSTED. We are constantly receiving tte latest NOVELTIES of tbe Euioptan markets, besides our owr . production ot various stiles 111 NEW TRIMMINGS. Our prices ae recoced to the verv lowest Oni.l rJ RAVELLING AND WALKING SUITS. JOHN W. THOMAS, Nos. 405 and 407 U. SECOND Street. ' ov or en, CREPE P0PLI.S8, CflENE PCPLINS, CflE S MOB AIRS, PLAIN WOH AIRS, . TOIL DS IXDE, FOR LACI K8 AND MISSES' 4 24 Strp TRAVELLINd AND WALKING SUITS. ( BEAT REDUCTION IN PRICES HAVI!a A VERY T,AHGE STOCK OK RILES bo uii lit at tbe very low eat prices, we are enabled to se them at a GREAT REDUCTION From the prices early In the season. h i KEN. MLkS RH tfED lO 3'80. tlGCKED lUBUMl MLK8 KEOI'l'ED TO 14. a PLAIN CORDED 811 K bKIiUCKD 104. 4 PLAIN COHllED MLK8 REI)U( ED IO i. . 3 in PLAIN H1LKH REDUCED TO US. at PLAIN fill K8 REDIICKI TO J75. 4 LA(K TAEFr'lAS RLDUCKD TO t3. fc, BLACK ;fi( flltMN KEDUCK1) TO 3 50. H-5(I bl.A K CI'O l.kliv KH1CCED TO 2'7S. SJ-'iS RLACK t.HO GII.VIN HF.ltCED TO 'i-t. ULAt K 81LKH fel 2ft t l'Wl, al'75. 1T2 b-4 BLAI'K qUEEa'S CLOTH REDUCED TO hi He I 00 6-4 Bl.-vCK QEEES'S CLOIU REDUCED TO 1 25. 00c. 5 4 BLACK WOOL DELUXE REDUCED TO ire. 1 12 54 BLA K WOOL DELAINE REDUCED TO HI cenis $1-25 5 4 BLA K WOOL DKLAINE RKDUCK.D TO II. BlV 64 COLORED WOOL DELAINE KEDUCED TO til Cento. 1 25 54 iOI.OLF.D WOOL DELAINE REDUCED tol. fl'OO PLAID FOIL DE CBEVBES REDUCED TO He. PLAID POPLIN RET1UCVD TO 60c Mo 1 LAID PcipLlf Rl DICED iO ale. And o her qualities am varieties ol Dress Goods at :ual y Ivuf nci- II. STISKI., Sc SON, 4 17 mw Nos. 718 and 71BN. TENTH St. (;iIKAr LINEN SHEETINGS. The subscribers have just received Irom the NEW YOlUv AUCTIONS A LARGE LOT OF Cheap Earnsley Linen Sheetings, Which they wiU II at prices but little above cotton of the eonespcndiBK widths. SHEPPARD.VAN HARLINGEN&ARRISQN, Linens and Hoare-furnisblng Dry Goods, 1 20 fmw 2m rp Nr, 1009 CIIESNUT STREET.