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THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH.--PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, JUNE 19, 1806.
ITIMS FROM OUR fORElGN FILES.
...COSTUMES. ' - ' V J
CobccibIbc th Relation betwce Dr
! Morals.
JProm the London Saturday Ktvttte. j ( , ' '
A morning contemporary, usually itipixMl to
nicy tb exclusive contiilence ol fasaionnblo
society, has lately dpcd. endeavoring to read its
clients a moral leson. The missionary work
was begun, alter the moet approved style, by
the insertion of a letter invested with all the
honors ot large type. Placing himselt In totali
sation at the door of a London ball-room, ihe
writer proceeds to moralize on "tbe disclosure
of person" which i accorded to the eye of the
"highly favored mortal" who occupies that
position He Is troubled, ho trantfly admits, by
the fact that Ihe prevailing lowness ot dress is
. not eontined to tho60 who, "11 the object ol the
custom be to establish a claim to ehnpe, can
West ailord t comply" with it. Perhaps, if the
fuphion extended only to young ladies with
pood tigures, "Corvdon's" indignation niieht
have slumbered for an indefinite perind. It la
tbe display ol "the too generous developments
I maternal Juno and the severe figure ot Diana
pastce" thitt has irritated his moral sense. And
Be bas seemingly been so upset by one or two
nch apparition?, that his eyejno longer serves
him to discriminate between one dress and
another. He damages his own case by the
assumption that they are all alike open to the
charge of indecency.
The leading article which followed the letter
n Ibe next day icll into the very same mis
take, and assumes with equal coniidence that
all women dress exactly alike. Indeed, it even
tinds an excuse lor their so doing in a supposed
t5raiiny of custom. No one bin the aystemaric
miter has ever fathomed the sufferings to
which any young lady would be exposed who
declined to have her gown cut lower tuan siio
thought consistent with decency, "She would
be accused of tbe pride which apes humility,
and her aspect would have to be tried in the
hottest lurnace of jealous eyes and backbiting
tongues before uhe could escape the charge of
"dowtinesB.' a condemnation whose terrors one
must be a woman to I eel." Certainly this is a
hcait-rending picture, and we can only say
that, if it be also a tru one, the courage of a
great many of the weaker sex is positively
keroic.
Probably, if the spring weather had been more
crenta), the subject niieht have been dropped
here. But the prevailing east wind seems to
nave suggested to our contemporary's cm
Bcience the propriety of making another and
bolder effort to stem the tide of impropriety.
There was some encouragement in the reduc
tion that, tnough we had reached the fourth
week in May, "the season when lightness and
looseness of apparel may bo supposed more
pardonable than at other times," was still
comine, and not come; and, accordingly, the
pen ot some astute cbaperone seems to have
Deeu retained, before the hoi weather should
make all reiorm hopeless, to comment on "tue
feelings with wbicb a portion of mankind view
laxity of corset and low cut dresses." The
morality of the lesson, thus conveyed is not
flattering to the class lor whose benefit it is
lesipned. It is assumed all through that the
only way of making impropriety distaselul to
young ladies is to convince them that it does
not pay. This "lavish exhibition of their per
sonal charms" wilt not really bring them "one
whit nearer matrimony." .
If they could but listen to the talk of the Club
amokinjr room, they would at once see their mis
take, and bo taught that "a man is not the more
likely to endeavor to secure as bis own the
charming cieature with whom be has been
walzinL', when he hears the free discussion of
her charms which follows the triumphant even
ing." To be 'discussed like a race-horse" does
not really raise a woman's value in the market.
And then out ot the depths of a lite-long ex
perience this elderly Mentor proceeds to define
ihe exact stage in an acquaintanceship at
which that "private view," which he detines
as "the privilege ot the initiated of the ex
clusives," may be prudently vouchsafed. It is
to be reserved, it seems, as the last weapon
with which to bring a man to a proposal. He,
we are told, "who thinks that he knows most of
the divinity, and that his knowledge is exclu
sive, is much nearer committing himself to the
grand step in life than he who finds that his
friends have been as highly favored as himself."
As long, therefore, us a man's intentions are
wholly uncertain, young ladies should en
deavor "to inspire respectful homage, and to
attract by coyness." It is only when they have
pood reason to believe that he is near "com
mitting himself" that a too low dress can be
worn with safety, and even then it must be so
managed that he shall be the only male specta
tor, lixcppt at this critical moment it cannot
be too much impressed on them that "an open
exhibition ot personal charms is not the way to
attract the best men," and that all they will get
from it is "the mortification of having exposed
themselves to no purpose."
We trust that we Khali not be thought indif
ferent to public morality when we own ourselves
utterly uninterested in the success or failure of
this particular effort to mend the manners of
the fashionable world. If women can only be
kept modest by being shown that it pays matri
monially, we had just as soon they were immo
dest. Indelicacy of cortume is chiefly objection
able in proportion as it implies a corresponding
indelicacy ol mind, and such a method ot han
dling the subject as that we have been criticizing,
labors nnder tbe tital defect of addressing itself
only to the external evil. Supposing a young
lady to be prepared to dress indeceutly "if she
thinks that to do so will improve her matrimo
nial chances, in what way does society gain by
convincing her that she calculates falsely ? The
way in which her gown is made will have no in
fluence upon her character, for her propriety
and her impropriety will be dictated by the fame
motive, and will be 0 en to the same condem
nation. Indeed, a iashion such as that which seems to
be now becoming common has a certain advan
tage of its own, in that it affords an index to a
woman's estimate of herself. If her sole object
in life is to "secure the eligible? of the day," we
cannot see that it makes the least difference to
anybody in what way she sets about it. The
end is in itselt objectionable, and it will com
municate its own complexion towhatever means
may be employed to attain it. A writer
who aims at effecting a merely external reforma
tion may fhelter himself, it is true, under the
Tcspectable authority of Mrs. Hannah More,
who somewhere says that a real knowledge of
her own interests would make the most aban
doned woman careful to shroud her beauties
from the eye of man, in the assured conviction
that modesty would prove the most potent
means of attracting him. But there has al ways
seemed to us an irresistible torce in the criti
cism with which this argument was met, that in
that case a really modest woman would be
driven to leave off clothes altogether. If, there
fore, our contemporary should find his labor
thrown away, we shall not be distressed by the
result.
After all, propriety ot dress is only valuable
because it is the offspring of propriety ot mind,
and it it is to be dictated instead by a careuil
calculation of chances, we can see no reason for
making any effort to retain it. If a young lady
chooses to organize a universal exhibition of
herself for the gratification of "efflorescent
Guardsmen," it is entirely her on affair. Ho
one need look at her unless he or she likes it,
and certainly no one need imitate her. The
sacrifice will bring its own reward or its own
punishment, and we mav safely leave the otlici
ating priestess to find out by experience which
t the two result is the mont likely to follow.
If the moralist can make a woman drees modestly
for modestv's sake, by aii means let bini try his
ardest. But if he can only make her dress
modest ly for the sake of a good match, he may
a well Bpare himself the trouble. She that is
indecent. Jet her be indecent still. j
A Pigeon Bfatinq rai Teleorapu. A
licensed victualler, near the Monument, in Lon
don, visited the Derby this year, and took with
him a pigeon to send home the names of tao
arst three horses in the race. As soon as th
numbers ol the winning horses were hoisted, ha
tied a slip of paper round the pigeon's neck, bud
llarttd it oil va its journey home, where ton
friends were waiting. Its arrival, r About seven
mlnotes alter the news was known by tbe arrival
of the I'ipeor, a neighboring licensed lctualler
received a teleprnm (rem his friends on the race
conrse lo inform bim of the result of the race.,
Ibe news thus arrived more speedily by the
pigeon than the telegraph by one-third of the
tinjv This was no doubt on account of tbe
renders of the messages on the course having to
wait tbeir turn, as the news was received at
Tattf rsall's three or four minutes after the race.
The pigeon perlormed the ouriry in fourteen
minutes, which is, allowing for the direct path
in which it travels, about a mile per minute.
A Lifb-savino B athino Appar ATfB. A French
encincer named Desen Is exhibiting 1n London
a bathing apparatus, which is also a life-preserver.
It is of simple construction, resembling
a (h'ld's cradle, tbe upper part having a cylin
drical cork-float, canvased over, nearly sur
rounding the machine, which keeps the bather
atioat with the greatest ease and safety. The
body consists of a net, wiih light iron tubular
pipes lor supports; and the bottom or bed
a niece ol twilled lick, at the foot ot
which there Is a screw copper rudder, which
turns upon a swivel, with a pair of cork oles
the shape ot the toot. Against this the bather
places bis teet, and is thus enabled to guide or
Fteer hlmnl! in any direction, while by the uso
of a handle atinched to the left side ol the appa
ratus below the cylinder, he is enabled to propel
himself or recede. This invention can be used
in open sea, as well as on a river or a lake.
A 8 team CoAcn Kon Common Roads. The
French Minister of Public Works has awarded a
gold medal to Albarct Co., of Linncoiirt, for a
steam concb to run on ordinary roads, j nts
conch lately descended a hill from Laon to the
railway terminus at the rate of five miles an
hour, and afterwards ascended the same hill in
eipht minutes with a weight ol five tons. The
trial was repeated with so much success that it
is now ascerfa'ned the engine can draw a
weight of thirty-nine tons on an ordinary
road, at the rate of from three to four miles an
hour.
A DocniE Suicide. A determined double
suicide, near Paris, has .just been brought to
light. A river keeper on the Marne, while pass
ing along the banks near Joinville do Pont, ob
served the bodies of a male and female floating
near the surface. Having brought them to
land they were found to be bound together, the
man's left arm to the woman's richt, while the
lormer had also about ten pound weight of
stones in his pocketf. They were each elegantly
dressed, bore no marks of violence, and had
apparently been in the water about a fortnight.
An Interesting Bieacu of Promise Case.
From 11k Goshen hid.) Democrat, June 8.
Miss Ann Piper some time since commenced
suit against Samuel W. Havens tor $10,000
damages, lor breach ot promise ot marriage, in
the Kof ciusko County Circuit Court. A chance of
venue wa9 taken to the Alien Circuit Court, and
tbe case was determined last wect by giving
the plaintiff $1,100. The facts appear to be
as follows:
The defendant, at the commencement of the
Rebellion, was paying his addresses to the
plaintiff, and a partial engagement ot marriage
was made, and during tbe three years be was in
the uruiv thev corrosponded. In the mean
time his mother became insane, and was sent
to tne asylum at Indianapolis, on bis being
mustered out ot service, his mother was
brought home and considered incurable. At
limes she is so that she can go out and attend
lo domestic affairs: then she will be worse, and
at such times will permit no woman to be
uroutd the house, and when her son, the de
tenonut, emplovs a girl to assist her. she drives
her off. He appears to be the only one who
can manape or do anything with her. He told
the plaintiff his situation, and agreed to marry
her as soon as his mother died or recovered,
that no woman could live with his mot her in her
present condition, and that he considered it his
duty first to take care ot his mother, aud strive
to pacity her as long as she lived, and this he
could not do it he married.
The plaintiff i highly esteemed, and consi
dered an excellent young lady; she is a sister to
William O. Piper, Recorder elect of Kosciusko
county. The delendant is a young roan of ex
cellent moral character, and is worthi$10,000 or
$12,000. He says he loved her, and would have
married her as soon as his mother died or got
Deiter.
National Unitarian Convention. The Na
tional Unitarian Convention will hold its first
meeting in Syracuse early in the autumn.
Various topics ot great interest and practical lin-
rortnnce have been suggested to the Council for
consideration at that meeting. It will be recol-
hcted that Kev. Messrs. J. t. t-iar&c. o. J. May.
and Robert Oliver were chosen a committee to
correspond with other liberal religious bodies.
and ascertain wbetner and bow tiiev can be
brought into practical fellowship with the Uni
tarian denomination. The report of this com
mittee will be looked forward to with particular
interest. Christian Inquirer.
FIRE AND BURGLAR PROOFSAFES
gUCCESSFUL TESTS.
GREAT FIRE IN NEW YORK.
GREAT FIRE IN CHARLESTON, 8. C.
GREAT FIRE IN WADDINGTON.
GREAT FIRE IN CANADA.
MARVIN'S SAFES.
IS EVERY INSTANCE SAVED
ALL their contents.
MAIIVIN & CO.,
No. 721 Chesnut Street, (Masonic Hall).
No. 265 Broadway, I?ew York,
&VND I OR ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE,
(SECOND-HAND SAFES; HOUSE SAFES.
SAFES EXCHANGED. IS 62iorp
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.
flTt MANI'FaCTCKISO COMPANY'S XCff
b'lOHE. No. 1113 C'llKSMiT Street Wo ruHOoctiullv
tall tie attention ol our friends and tbe public uenerally
ot our removal to our new unit nandxorue Wsrorooios,
UIBAKD hOW, No. 1103 CHESNUi Street, where we
have constantly to hunda lurije stock ol our superior
tod hlibly Unlit) cd t-iUare anu (trund Pianos.
Our instruments bave been awarded tlte highest pre
muiDis at all tbe principal exhibitions ever heirt la tins
cout try. with numerous testimonials .'join the Irst
oiass aitts's In America and urope.
'l l:ej are now the leading Pianos, and are soi lc o
pans oi the w orld
I'ersms desiring to purchase a fl rut-class Piano at
Krsatlv reduced late s xtiou d not tail to give us a cll
I'lantis to rent, luulng and moving p'omptly at
Umlfdto. 8CHOMAI KFH & CO.,
a231in No 1103 CUESNCT Street
JjST A B L I S .n E D 1 7 9 5.
A. S. ROBINSON,
French Flatc Looklng-GIasses
ESGItAVlSGS PA1ST1SGS, DRAWINGS KT0
Monuiaoturer of all kinds of
LooUins-Glfies, Portrait, and Pic
ture r l umes to Uruer.
No. 610 CHESNUT STREET,
THIKD IJCOK AfcOVE THE CON'TINESIAL, ,
Philadelphia. 8 16
FOR SALE-STATE AND COUNTY RIGLVTg
of CapeweU ( Co.'a Patent Wind Onard and All
neater 101 torn -auii:si 11 preveuw " imuiuojr
tram breaking' 1 uls we will wairuut AUo saves ent
third tbe oil. Ca'l ana see tarra they cost but ten eentJ
N. iM BACK htrcet. Philsdelptiut. Hautple sent to am
part U (as I'nlUd fcUta on meit a cent S lit
FURNITURE AND BEDDING.
FURNITUKE.
RICHMOND & FOREPAUGII,
No. 40 South SECOND St., West Side,
MAFCFACCTJRIB8 Or
SUPERIOR CABINET FURNITURE,
ADD
UPHOLSTERED GOODS.
Parlor ott tn 1 Insh, Heps Hair Cloth, etc
MttlTiK-Koom. T)lnU)K-Kom. and t bamber Anita hi
( Walnut, Mahogany, liak, 1 beennt. etc.. together wltli
'rainea imitations 01 tue auove wuous, wmcn come Terr
ow.
t-honM von desire anything tn onr !n, It win be to
your advamaa to cail and examine onr stock, wntofi la
as large and vaiird as can be louud anywhere, and
PHlttB THE LOWEcT.
RICHMOND A FOItEPAUOH,
628 tip. 40 Booth BECOjcD Street
QOURTNEY & W1LLITS,
Nos. 14 and 16 S. Seventh St., Philada.
MAJHJFACTUBER9 OF
BEAUTIFUL COTTAGE FURNITURE
AND THE ONLY DURABLE IH THE CITY.
Also, Bining-Room Furniture,
AND BEDDING, constantly on hand. 42Smwr3tn
g P R I N G. '
BEDDING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
IIOL10SALK AND RKTAIL,
AMD MATERIALS FOB TBS S.AS1B.
HEST QUALI1Y AND STYLE OF srRINP
MATTRESSES.
J. S. FULLER,
41felutb3ra No. 9 8. SEVENTH Street.
WHISKY, BRANDY, WINE, ETC.
CIIESMT GROVE WHISKY.
No. 229 North THIRD Street.
It anything: n us wonted to prove the absolute pnrltj
ot this Whisky, the toliowing certificate should doit
There is no alcoholic stimulant known commanding sue t
tcin uiiiiuation iiunt such hlth Bouices:
I'liiLADF.LiuiA, September 9. la-
We have carefnlly tesicd tho sample of CHLMNTJI
GIiOVK WIllriKY which you send us, and find that it
contains noe of the ioikonoib pi but an ce known ai
Ft bil oil. which Is the characteristic and injurious In
ttredieut of the whiskies in general nse.
BOOTH, OAKRKTT CAM AC,
Analytical Chemists
Kew York, fleptemberS.
I have analyzed sample ol CHrNUT GnOE
HlbKY received irom Air ( harles Wharton, Jr., ol
l hiladelphiat and having carelullv tested it, I am
pleased to state that it Is entirety free fkom foihonou
ob 1ih.uk mm s substances. It is an unusually pur
ana llue-Havored quality ot whisky.
JAMES R. CHILTON, M.D.,
Analytical Chetuls
Boston. March 7. lf9
I have made a chemlenl analysis of commercial tam
pies ot CUKSKITT GROVE WHIMLV, which provesto
be tree Ircm the heavy Fusil Oils, and perfectly pure an
unadulterated, 'ihe fine flavor of this whisky la derive
fiom tbe f rain used in manufacturing It
Respectlully. A. A. HA YES. M. D .
Mate Aesayer, No. 16 Boyiston street
For sale by barrel, dcrrtltonn, or bottle atNo.226Nortb
THIRD Street Philadelphia. 43
CELEBRATED
CATAWBA WINES.
J. W HAMMAB,
SOLE AGENT
6 14 thsm22t
No. 630 MARKET Street.
NATHANS & SONS,
IMPORTERS
op
BRANDIES, WINES, GINS,
Etc. Etc.
No. 19 North FRONT Street.
PHILADELPHIA.
MOPES UATHAUB,
nORACB A. NATHANS,
OI1AHDO D KATBiSB, 119m
DENTISTRY.
THOUSANDS OF TEETH EXTRACTED
KviilA without pain -Patent applied for. My new in
voGIl. vention, a Double Reversible Relf-adjaitiiw
Ha'cty Valved Inhaler, tor administering Mtrous Oxide
tias. and extracting teeth without pain. The only mode
that the tias can be p'operly and palely administered,
6 HI m Dr. C. L. MUhJH, So. 731 Bl-RIJCE fctreet.
DYEING, SCOURING, ETC.
PEM1I STEAM SCOlItlAG
ESTABLISHMENT,
No. 510 BACE Street.
We beg leave to draw your particular attention to our
new French hteam Scouring Lstabllshu eut the llrst and
only ore ot Its kind In this city. W e do not dye, but by
chemical process restore Ladles', Gentlemen's, au
Chlldieu's Garments to their original states, wlinoti
injuring them in the least, while gieut experience and
the Lett aacbluery trout France enable us to warrant
pertect satisincticm to ail who may lavor us with tueli
pa t roil an o. LAD1KH' KRhhSK.S, of every description,
with or without 'irlmrnlni;8, are cleaned and liolshed
without being taken apart, whether the color Is genuine
or not.
Opera Cloaks and Mantillas. Curtains, Table Covers,
Carpets. Velvet. Ribbons, Kid Gloves, etc. cleaned and
renulxhed lu the best manner. Gentlemen's hummer
and Winter Clothing cleaned to pertecti. n without In
jury to the stufl. Also Hags and banners Ailkuulsof
stains ri moved without c tailing the whole. All orders
ere executed nnder our lu mediate suporvtslon. and
satisfaction guaranteed In every Instance. A call and
examination of our process Is reapectiully solicited.
ALMDYLL & MAUV,
312mths
No 610 RACE Htieet
B. J. WILLIAMS,
No 16 North SIXTH Street
lA.i;ifAClt7Rtl Ot
VENETIAN BLINDS.
WINDOW SHADES.
Ibe largest and finest assortment in the ctty at tne
lowest prices. T6 S luirp
MORE SHADES MADE AND LKTTEKID.
G
KEEN PEAS,
GKEEN COKK,
I KESH PBACHE3,
FRESH TOMATOKS, PLC MS,
ALBERT O. ROBERTS
DEAL HE IN FINE. OBOCKRIKS,
18 4p Cor. E1EVKKTH and VINE Streets.
PACKING BOXES
Of all kinds, aid for all use, supp led at short notice.
My ad vatutes formakinc are thebes'lnthe city, and
trtcei Uwni. t'a l lir a list of prices belore you buy,
are tne
Hi of Drtc
at coiner of TWi I t i H and Miltl K Streets.
. fruit dealers supplied.
Oibli vv ALBJ8T D. COOKE.
FLAGS, FIREWORKS, &o.
JplllEWOllKS! . FIREWORKS!
IMMENSE DISrLAY OF
. : ' . ..
PLAIN AND COLORED WORKS,
' . . . !
FOR TRADE SALES AND EXHIBITIONS. .
riFX'E8 FROM $4-C0 TO flOO'OO EACH.
ROCKETS,
UENGOLAS,
CRACKERS, ETC.
ATTENTION OF COUNTRY AND CITY TRADE.
No. 138 South DELAWARE Atciiuc.
,m STILSON & BOYER.
JTLAGS! FLAGS 1 FLAGS
BUNTING, SILK AND MUSLIN
F" XjA. G S,
OF EVERT SIZE AND DESCRIPTION.
BWORD8,
SASHES,
BELTS,
BASE BALL CAPS.
BAhE BALL BELTS
ASD MILITARY EQUIPMENTS OF ALL KINDS.
WILSON & HUTCHINSON,
(Successors to Evans, llnssall k Co.),
No. 418 ARCH Street
6 41m rHII.ADELPUIA.
EEAGS,
FLAGS,
FLAGS.
FLAGS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS,
AT
HORST MAN'S
MILITARY DEPOT,
6 lBmwiet
FIFTH AND CHERRY STREETS.
FIRE "W ORK S,
IN GREAT VARIETY,
For sale at manniactnrers' prices, by
A. H. FEANCISCUS & CO.,
No. 513 MARKET Street,
AND
No. 510 COMMERCE STREET.
Goods ordered direct from factory.
t o order accepted alter July 1. 61 dim
CARPETINGS, &o
JUST RECEIVED,
YARD-AND-A-IIALF-WIDE
VELVET CARPETS
2fEW DESIGNS.
J. F. & E. IS. OlUE,
No. 904
CIIESNTJT STREET,
3-4 T-8, 4-4, 5-4, 6-4,
WHITE, RED, AND FANCY
(J ANTON MATTINGS,
J. F. & E. B. ORNE,
No. 904
CHESNUT STREET
JJNGLIS1I BRUSSELS,
FOR STAIRS AND HALLS,
WITH EXTRA BORDERS!
J. F. & E. B. DUNE,
No. 904
CIIESNTJT STREET
500 FIE C E S
NEW PATTERNS
ENGLISH TAPESTRYBRUSSELS.
J. F. & E. B. 0BNE,
No. 904
It 30 Jmrp
CHESNUT STREET.
ICE COMPANIES.
JEEF COOL II KEEP COOL ! I
CHARLES S. CARPENTER & CO.,
WHOLESALE ASD RETAIL
ICE D E A Tj Ei R S t
No. 717 WILLOW, Above Franklin St.
Families supplied satisfactorily and at reduced ratos.
Dealera aud large consumers lurulsbad on reasonable
lerma. CHAKLKH 8 CABPKNTKH.
JOHN (jLENDEMNU,
J08LPH JS. TBCMAN, Jr.,
Hilm "m P roprietors.
EASTERN ICE COMPANY. SEASON OF
Uttt. 8 lbs. daily. 60 cent, per ek I'llbsdatlv.
, 3Sci n't per weai Id lbs. dliy, kit oenie per week i 29
lbs daily. 1D Lir uttk. I'eput. No 241 tjl'KEN
Mreet U!gwTW.d. TllOMB J. LNOMt,
01 JOliJk . MTiJUt.
WATCHES, JEWELRY ETC.
T I N E W A T C II
REPAIRING,
Attended to by tbe moat tkiliul workmen, and cvory
Watch warranted. 1
IEENCH CLOCKS called for, repaired, and re
turned. 5 265
G. RUSSELL & CO.,
No. m North SIXTH St.
'LEWIS .LADOJUrrc?"
piAMOXD DEALER & JFR ELER
win iim, iiniist a FILTER WiRR, II
Owtngto tbe decline ot Gold, baa made a treat re
duction In price of bis large and we.') assorted stock af
DiamoTulsi
Watches.
Jewelry,
Silverware, Etc.
Tbe public are respectfully Invited to can and examine
eur stock before purchasing elsewhere. 3 2S
SILVER AND FLATED GOODS,
OF THE
Most Superior Workmanship,
AT THE
NEW STORE,
704 ARCH STREET.
No.
Tbe undersigned (late Of the famous RoRors Bros'.
Manufacturing Company) respectfully announce that
tbey bave opened in f and hesutiiu, store tor tbe sa.e
ol BILVfR and J'LAll 1 WaHK. at No 704 Ak(H
ttreot. Our ions opulence as manuiaclurers wi I
enable os to ke, p nothing but flnt-claxs Goods and
thoe who msy patronize our store will llnd ourp'ated
goods tar superior to any ever Imported, and our cus
tomers n ay rely on tbe goods being precisely wbat they
it iruivtemvu iu vv.
8 2bi BOWMAK LEONARD,
WATCHES, JEWELRY, &c. j
MUSICAL BOXES.
A full areortment ol above poods constantly on
band at modeiate prices tbe Musical Boxes playing
irom z to iu oi auuiui aiis.
PAEE & BE0THER, Importers.
No. 824CHEt,NUX 8TKEKT,
inifmU)rp Below Fourth.
RICH JEWELRT
JOHN BRENNAN,
DEALER IN
DIAMONDS, FINE WATCHES, JEWEL11Y
Etc. Etc. Etc
9 2C Fo. 18 S. EIGHTH Sx BT, I'hiUua,
SHIPPING.
FOIt SAVANNAH, OA.
THK PHILADELPHIA AND SOUTHERN MAIL
8TB AU BUI f COMPANY'S HEUIiLAB LINE,
SAILING tVEBY BATUKUAY.
Cabin Passage 81.0 00
Leek Pswsage W)v0
TbeStennisblo
" T O N A W A N D A,"
Will commence receiving Irelgbt tor tbe above port,
at UaCL htrtet Wuart, on aAiUUUA Y, June A at 10
o'clock A. 11.
hblppera are requested to send bills ot lading with
Ibeir goods.
Ibe Sta e-room accommodations of this steamer are
ol a superior and cumiuouiuus character.
Freight taken lor CliurKston. tt. c , aud lorw aided via
Bavannah with quick dexiiatcti.
No bull of ludini; signed alter vessel leaves the wharf.
H,sJ M. KLA AUAN,
No 420 Houth LiELAW ARE Avenue.
t or freight or passage apply to
1LLIAM C. HARRIS.
Freluht and Passenuer Aufnt.
SUtf
No. 2( b NurtaDtLAWAUi. Avenue.
HAMILL'8 PASSAGE OFFICE.
ilBKRNlA." "COI.CMBIA-
OALtlQlA." "UAtaBUIaV'
"liKll ANN IA," "INDIA.'
' Pteaui to
LlVtKl OOL LONDONDEREY, BELFAHT, DUB LIB
NWUY, ( OliK, AND ULdbliOW.
KATE.- OF PA.-SAGK.
PAYABLE IN PAPB C'VKBENCY.
CABIN8 1X), 80, and $70
aTk.i.ItAG 3
'iHt, PAID CfcK'tlUt ATKS
Issued for bringing out passenger irom the above
points at
LOWER RATES TO A II ANT OTHER LINK. :
Also, to and irom
ALL, Al(Jl8 ON THE IR1RH RAILWAY
SPEUIALNOI ICE Passengers will tuke oarticulsr
no ice that tbe ' Anchor I Ine" is the onlv line vruuting
tbieutb ilckets at tbe above rates from Philadelphia u
tbe points named above, aud that tbe undersigueu lg tbe
uujv iii iy auinorueu Agent in r niiautipuia.
Apply to W. A HaMILL,
Boie Agent for "AN t BOH LINE"
115 No. S17 WALNUT Street.
;JCnj s RcGULAIi LINE FOB HART
kJLFORD. CONN., direct, via tne DKt.A.
Ihe ateauier U.-AN, Cupittiu Vandevcer, now loading
at the eecoud wbart below SPKUCL Street, will leave as
auove on itiuiuiua i next, uist msisnt.
Frclkhta on reasonable forms Apply to
WILLIAS1 li. BAUlD & CO..
w6J8t iLL32 Q"h WBARVt:8.
w ITJia FOR NEW TOR K. PRILADEL'
aaaMni'iiii i Ti delphia Steam Propeller romuanv De-
.L4Ui.li bHiiisure Lines, via xieiaware ana Kantaii anal,
leavlrg dai y at l'i 11. and 5 p. Ja., connecting with ail
Northern and Kastern lines.
For freight, which wM lie tsren upon accommodating
ir, u,D, .1 uiy iai 11,1'in ju , At n lllf ai V jt.
3 10 No. U2H. DLL A W A liH Avenue
Tf O SHIP CAP1AINS AND OWXF-RS.THB
A. nnnersignea navina; ieaoea tbe KKiSSlNGlOM
kCltLW DOC K.beKk to In orni bis frienasand ihepatruns
nt the luck that be 1. prepared wltb increaaca fachities
to accommodate those having vesse a to be raised ot
repaired and being a praclcal sulp-carnenter and
caulker, wl 1 itlve personal attention to tbe vessels en
trusted to blm 'or repairs.
t attains or Aleuts, fhip Carpenters, and Machinists
having vessela to repair, are solicited to call.
Iinvlng ibu agtincy lor ibe aa:e of Wetterstedt's
Patent .Vlemllic t omposltlou" lor i opper Paint for Ui
iieserTatlon of vessels' bottoms, fcir tbisclt;, 1 am pre
paied to turn lab tbeaame on lavor.b.e ienns.
JOHN 11. HAM MITT.
Kens nji Ion eoiew Dock,
1 1 S DELAWARE Avenue , above I-A UBJCL Street.
SHIRTS, FURNISHING GOODS, Ae
J W. SCOTT & CO.,
6HIET MANUFACTTJREES,
AKJ DEALERS IN j
MEN'S FUItNlSlIINO C100D3.
Wo. 814 CHESNUT Street, ,
FOUR IOOR8 Hi LOW THE "CONTINENTAL,".
8J6 5IP PU11ADELFU1A.
PATENT SHOULDER-SEAM
SlilUT MANUKAOTOHY, '
AKD tJFNTLEMEN'8 KURKISIIIKO STUiiE.
rrnficT nnuo miB-a and deav.'ers
made irom mtasurtuitnt atvery abort notice.
Ali ether ajtlciea of CEN ILEUKNM DRESS G0OUS
In lull larletr. "
" & CO., .
MI ho. m CilEBNU'I street. t
LEGAL NOTICES.
TNTHE COURT OF COMMON Pt-E A r OR TUB
X rilY AND COUNT Y OF PHILADELPH A.
ADLLAILS MLhX FK.br etc , va BERNASD
' HERDER
ToPFSNAFDMERCSR Respondent i
iih ounce mat o posiin ns. on nenair or tne iiD'iian
In the above ease, will be taken before Char es N. Mann
Esq., rxsmrtiev. at hlst tTcs, northwest corner ot Flit
sniii reen streefs.cn THI'R DAY July l'i, 1R at 11
o decks A. at., whtaaad where von may attend If yoA
tblnk proper. . .. . josM'HM P1LK.
0 12 lftt Attorney lor Llbellanfc
STOVES. RANGES, &o.
TJNION OIL STOVES,-
A new and complete apparatus for Cooking and Ueatrn
by Pettoleum Oil. Our Stoves give no smoke or odor,
and are not liable to get ent ot older, being aa simple In
every respect ai a Kerosene Lamp. 1 be Baker, Brolfcr,
and Flat-Iron Beater are the only special articles ef foT-
Itnre required. For all other purposes, ordinary stovs
lurnlture may be used.
DAVID II. LOSEY,
BOLE AGENT FOB. PENNSYLVANIA,
' No. M South riFTn Street.
liberat ditcotmt to the trad 4 17 3m n
QULVER'S NEW PATENT
DEEP BAUD-JOINT
HOT-AIR FURNACE.
RANGES Or ALL. BIZES.
ALSO, FHIF-GAU'S 1NEW LOW PRESSUBB
STEAM UEATiatJ APPARAIUS.
TOH 8AL BY
CHARLE8 WILLIAMS,
bio 8 Ko. ii 2 market htkelt.
THOMPSONS IiONDON KITCHENER,
OH EUROPEAN RANOK, lor families, hotels,
or nublio mstitu'lons In TWKNTY DlFr KKhNT
S1Z18. AIo. l'hl adelnhia Ranirna. llni.Ai. k'.
races Portable Heaters, Lowdown Orates. Flreboard,
Stoves, Halt Hollers, hiewho e Piales, Droller, Cook
Ing Stoes, etc., wholesu e ana r- tall, bv tbe Dianui.o
turors C11ASE, r HARP & THOMPSON,
JU Stuth6m NQ.JW N Hr:COM Street
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
A
DINT TO TOBACCO CHEWKRS
WEDDING-CAKE FINE CUT
TOBACCO.
The only FINE CUT TOBACCO ever manafacturett
In Ph'ladclpbla.
Tlio Best in the Market.
EVE 11 Y BODY USES IT.
Manufactured from the Best Leaf.
SOLD EVERY WUhRE. 611
Factory, 8.E. corner Broad and Wallace Streets
MISCELLANEOUS.
JpITLER, WEAVER & CO.,
A1ANCFAC1XKEKS OF
Manilla and Tarred Cordage, Cords
Twines, Etc.,
No. i3 North WATER Sttcet and
No. 32 North DKLAWaRB Avenue,
miLADELTHIA.
Idwis U, rm.FB, Michael WvB,
COKBAD y CLOmiKB. 1 14
QEORGE I'LOWjMAN,
CAItPENTEK AND BUJI.DER.
No. 232 -CARTER Street
"And No. 141 DOCK Street.
Machine Woik and AllllwrliLUiig promptly attends
at)
OO K N K X C II a X O E
K AO MANUFACTOHY.
JOHN T. BAll.KV s CO.,
No. 113 N. FKONT and No. 114 N. WATER street.
Priiiadalphla,
DEALERS IN b A(iS A FD BAGGING
oi every ocscilption, lor
Gialn, Flour, Halt, superphosphate oi Linio, Bona
Dust, Kic.
Iarse and small GO NY BAGS canstantlv on hand.
2 22J Also. WOOL SACKS. '
Johm T. Bailet. James Casoadrk.
T. J- M c Q U I G A
Importer and Wholesale Dealer a
FANCY GOODS, NOTIONS, io,
FIREWORKS, FLAGS, Etc
WATCHES AND BLACKING,
NO. HTItAWHKHHY STREET,
First Street above Second between Marketand cbesniat
0 Pmilapuhia
MONUMENTS, TOMBS,
GRAVE-STONES, Etc.
Jnst oompleted,a beautliul rariet; ot
n ALI AM BABBLE A10J.U11EKIS, .
TOM lib, AND WHAVE-ST0NB3,
W ill be sold cheap ror cash. '
Work sent to any part of tbe United SVtoea.
HENRY S. TAKR,
HAKBJLK WORK 3.
124wfn Wo. 710 GHKm Street, PhUadelphl.
MONUMENTS AKD GRAVESTONEsi-OJI
. band, alartie asortmentof Uravestones, of vari
ous designs n aue ot the finest Italian and American
Aiarbieat tbeaiarbie Worasol
1 il fnths3m RirGE Avenue, bei'ow Eleventh st'ree
J O. P E R K I N
LUMBER MERCHANT
8.
8uecetsor to K. Clark, Jr
No. 824 CHRISTIAN STREET,
Constantly on band a largo and varied aasorfmea
of Buildins' Lumber. 6
BB 1 D K 8 B U li (i MACHINE) WOKKi"
OFnct, .
Ho. 69 N. FKON T 6TKEKT.
PBlLADKU'iiia.
weuenoVo,P'l"a m orte to any extent tar otu
MAI DIM EUY FOR COTTON ANO WOOLLBN MILLS,
a ml'Vv f'iivln "utat ,nP"TnntuJ Caroln Spinning,
viorVs,e'ie ,l "t'on """nutacturera to ear xtea
1'5 ALFKXD JIVIS a anw
WILLIAM S. OliANT
M COMMISSION MERCHANT.
No. S3 8. DELAWARE A v. uue. Phlidclnhla
Dnprnt's Gunpowder, Letlned Nitre, Charcoal. Kto
V. Laker A- t. o "s bocoluto. t oco., and ti?,InV.
andNu'ua'f llrM- -t 0 ' yA bhnaSBtM
A
LEVANDKIt O. CATTKf.T. rn
PRODUCE COMMISSION' MERCHANTS
io. suniu WbARVES,
' NO 21 NORTrjVATl' B STREET,
1 WIL.DELi-UlA.
COTTON AX1) FLAX "
SAIL DCiK AND CANVah.
Tf Ato,. 1 rnnh. end wiWSuJiTw.
Paperlanuiuet.irrs' 1 rier Fel .. trora one to uJ
lvctwtcei rtulim. Lelting. Hail Twl'li eta
JuhN V. EVKKMAN ,V 'o '
; -s 1"3 JONES- Alley.
sj- n 1 v I rl rX Trui.t n , .. k " w
ATt. ite- .hlrt;"vVH"V".,.f n"ct.-?
a.
lu.iuiurn iiiu hkii ill an ii.d . .
,1 .ji... ,.... oxiinneQ
vac.
taint Oradui.iln. i "'." Teiuiuin.
others fu:iniii;i l-m,,,. o, ' ana vur ety of
? ro, "sTns'rles
duiled bv a Lad v. -aJiea apurtiuenfs oon-
"it ' ! .,muca oi n
and ml other Surtlfn ., .7, ' .. .;"'.
.rFV;;,T ','Vr'VV' V, .,,'y lcn..r to ail o.liem at N
.. .. , r '.i'.ut.B u, ua must
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