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THIS DAILY KVEMNG TELEG R A TO. 1'HILAD ELPHIA, THURSDAY, NOVEMUfflt 22, 18CC.
rCILllIIKD JCVKHY A FTEUHOOH
AT TBS rVf.HO ir.LKGKAPH BTILDINO,
Mo. 10 Third Street.
Price Throe Cut I f W (Double Pheet). or
t. fnhtcen Cents Per Wws psyeulo to the Carrier. a.d
mailed to BuLscrlbers out of the city at Nine Dollais
Per Annum I On Koinr and Cento for Two
ln aVa- J I- .dvcefMth.PcrloO ordered.
TnUBSDAY, SOY EMBER 22, 18CC.
a TroiiRon-SvmDatblzer 1 browing
Mud.
Xormso can exceed the bitterness of those
Northern sympath zcrs with the Rebellion
who, prominent and unblushing in their sup
port of treason during its armed contest with
the Government, now find themselves sink
ing into oblivion, or only remembered as
objects of popular malediction and contempt.
Tha only solace they seem to find in this con
dition of Just retribution for thoir crimes
against liberty and humanity, is in attacking
and trying to blacken the reputations of good
men, prominent alike for their private vir
tues and for their public services. They can
no longer shout on the ignorant R3bel hordes
to deeds of cruelty and murder, but they can
throw mud at those whose loyal services have
rendered them conspicuous objects of Rebel
hatied and malice.
lliese remaiksflnda striking exemplifica
tion in the leader of our Democratic morning
contemporary. In that article the Chief Jus
tice of the United Statts and two worthy
clergymen of this city are assailed in terms
of coarseness and vulgar brutality quite
worthy of an ppolop,ist for the atrocities of
Belle Isle and Andersonville, or of a maudlin,
sickly sympathizer with the unhung traitor
of Fortress Monroe. Even the loyal ladies
of Philadelphia como in for a handful of mud
from this deiender oi treason and traitors.
Chief Justice Chase is a "migratory magis
trate," a "magnetic needle with a huge mass
of black iron outside," -'an actor at a theatre,"
"peregrinating and parading," brought, to
Philadelphia by a "negro attraction." The
Rev. Messrs. Brooks and Parvin are a couple
of "lancy clergymen," and tbe loal ladies of
Philadelphia are a "Female Branch of Ne
groism." What is the occasion of this ovarfiow of
venom? Simply a meeting of the "Pennsyl
vania Branch ot 1 he Frecdinon's Union Com
mission," at which Chief Justice Chase is to
preside,' and Messrs. Brooks and Parvin are
to speak.
What is the character of this Society and
what Its objec', that tbe ire of this fellow
should be so terribly aroused ? It is com
posed pf the very noblest and best men and
women of the North, and its object Is the
most benevolent and praiseworthy one of
rendering aid, physical, intellectual, and
moral, to the Southern masses, who are utterly
unable to help themselves. Its work is to
feed the hungry and clothe the naked, to
teach the ignorant and elevate the down
trodden. It is in no possible sense political
or sectarian, but is a woik of pure philan-
tbropy and Christianity. And yet, lor con
senting to preside at such a meeting, tbe Chief
Justice of the United states is assailed with
the vilest traduction; for speaking at it two
worthy clergymen a e ridiculed and de
nounced; and for their supposed connection
with the Society itself, the ladies are coarsely
stigmatized and insuliedl Could anything
better illustrate the internal spirit of malice,
hatred, and all uncharitableness which
inspires those who seek to stay the onward
march of our country towards a complete
Christian civilization? Can it be wondered
at that all the grvat regenerative forces of
society intelligence, schools, churches, lite
rature, and art i aturally find themselves
taking sides in a contest like this?
This vile clamor concerning Chief Justice
Chase, coming from the source it does, is the
highest possible compliment that could be
paid him. Jt is not the denunciation but tbe
praise of such men that would be shameful.
And so, too, of tbe clergymen whose names
are thus wantonly dragged before the public.
They may well rejoice when such "vile fel
lows of the baser sort" speak evil against
them falsely.
But while the meeting of the Pennsylvania
branch of the Freedraen's Union Commission
la made the occasion of this gross assault, a
personal animus reveals itself, and both dis
closes the authorship ot the article, and fur
nishes additional explanation of its extreme
bitterness aealnst the distinguished Chief
Justice.
"Whilst he is bere," says the writer,
"mating speeches and presiding at meetings
about negroes, a brave, unfortunate, and, it
may be, eu'lty (though not till proved bo)
white man. Immured within the walls and
moat of a military prison, is suppli
eating and demand'ng a trial. Nine
teen months has the Chief of the
late Confederacy been in the custody of
the Federal Executive. Over and over again
has the Executive proclaimed the restoration
of civil authority, and called on the Judiciary
to do its duty, having been always ready to
hand the prisoner over to the officers of the
law. Two or three times at least have the
counsel of Mr. Davis been on the spot an-l
demanded Justice, and It is refused."
Here we have the whole secret. The
"counsel of Mr. Davis," who took occasion
ostentatiously to avow bis personal as well as
professional sympathy wltn nis traitor-client,
finds that he cannot dictate terms to the Chief
Justice of the United States concerning a
certain trial, and straightway h's organ falls
to abusing him for presiding at the meeting
of a benevolent society.
We are sick of all this nonsense about
Jeo. Davis tbia ubrave, unfortunate, and, it
tnay be, guilty whit man." Everybody
knows that he is guilty of treason ; and if ho
had had Justice done him, he would have been
bung long ao. Ho is living comfortably and
luxuriantly "within the walls and moat" of a
Government fortress ; let bim wait the plea
sure of the Government. But Clilet Justice
Chase has nothing to do with him. He did
not arrest him, and he does not hold him in
custody. President Johnson arrested him,
and Pre sident Johnson still holds him a pri
soner. If the President wants to assume the
responsibility of setting him at liberty, let
him do it. If not, let tlie President answer
lor keeping him in confinement.
Meanwhile the "counsel of Mr. Davis" had
much better deal directly with the Presi
dent, than to rush into the newspapers with
a foolish tirade against the Chief Justice. Mr.
Chape stands too high to be reached by
slander and vituperation Irom such a source
Tbe people appreciate his lnbors, they revere
his character, and they can never be suffi
ciently thankful that in these stormy and
dangerous times we have a philanthropist, a
statesman, a Jurist, and a Christian as Chief
Justice of the Supreme Court of the United
States.
The House of Austria.
TnE nppointment of Baron von Beust to the
position of Premier of Austria has caused so
much dissatisfaction in European diplomatic
circles, that there are rumors of a renewal of
hostilities. The selection of that nobleman,
a man of no reputation, and one under whose
rule the kingdom of Saxony ceased to exist,
Is but another in the long list oi follies of
which the House ot Hapsburg has been
guilty for centuries. While occupying for
two hundred years a foiemost position among
the great nations of the globe, she has dis
played ability in but one respect, and that is,
the happy combinations secured by intqrmar.
riage. The kingdom of Austria has been
for centuries hollow at the core, and yet has
been able to keep up appearances by sheer
insolence and the avoidance of any real con
test. The only one in which she engaged
was that with the great Napoleon,
and then, even when he had defeated
her, she so deceived him as to her
strength as to gain terms at once more honor
able and unobjectionable. But the telegraph
and the correspondent have done away with
all the deceptions, and the game of brag so
successfully played in 1814 utterly fai'ed in
I860. What is needed in order to raise Aus
tria Irom the mire, Is a rest from war. If
time be allotted, it is possible that she may
once more exercise her remarkable talent for
conjugal alliance,-and once more stand up
among the highest. To do this, time and place
are necessary, and knowing this, her Emperor
has dt-liberately made as his Minister the one
man least fitted for the task of office and
most likely to promote another war. At
present the course of Austria Is so rapidly
downward thai, unless a miracle saves her,
she will sink to the level of Spain and
Portugal.
The MtETiNG To-Night. Our readers
will not forget the meeting of tbe Pennsyl
vania Freedmen's Union Commission to-night
at the Academy of Music. Chief Justice
Chase will preside, and speeches will be made
by General Howard, Rev. Phillips Brooks, Rev.
Robert J. Parvin, and other distinguished
gentlemen. The importance of the work of
this Society, as well as the character of the
speakers announced, should be sufficient to
call out a large audience.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
KT5T- NEWSPAPER ADVERTISING.-JOY,
COE A CO , N. E. corner ol FIPTH andCHES-
KCT Street. IblUdelphla, and TKIBUNB BUILD
INGS, New York, are autB tor the 'Telegraph," and
lor tbe Newspapers of tbe Whole country.
7301y4p JOY COS CO
i
A N N I V E II S A 11 Y
OF THE
Pennsylvania Anti - Slavery
Society,
AT NATIONAL HALL,
Friday Evening, November 23.
WENDELL PHILLIPS and
HENRY B. 81 AN ION
Will Deliver Addresses on the Occasion. '
ADMISSION 28 CENTS
Ticket tsr sale at TBTJM l'LER'8 Music Btore, corner
BtVKN'lU and CHKSNUT Streets. UJii
B5T
ANN1VBRSARY OK THE MKRCAN-
CAM II LK HKNKnniAT. AsmOCI ATIOM
'I he Teuiy-Uilh Annlvmirn nl thin Aa.m-.int.ail will
ue neiu nfc vuv
ACADF.MY niT MTISTP
On 1DEHDAV EVbNlNO, November 87, at 1H o'clock.
AumoaKn in u" uaiiT-iea ov uie
. nr v. Abiutu COORMAN,
REV. Pull. I IPS hKOUK.fi and
IiON ALrXANAKR O. O ATI ELL.
1 he Orchestra whl be under thcdlracHnn nr Prntn
HAS.SLt K.
(.'aids o admission mav be had sratultmiaiv nn annll
M. THIRD Street
uauuu Mi ins vuuuuiiK-Tuuui ui me unuermimeu . no.
li irp wiiiiiAM u. luuwiu. rreaident-
r-3f- CARD. TUB PROTESTANT F.PIS.
COPAL HOOK SOCIETY ha vlnir made a rh.nra
In the management oi iheir store, and arranged lor a
mote couipicio ".nui-nt man nituerto ui nooks
lor Religious ruuimm. Knnaay Hunools. Parian Libra
ries, and CDurtuca, invite attention to their new
took. .. ,
All orders, email n.wm receive prompt atten
tion ai Uieir oi i wio, tuton u r BUeot.
11 iu aiuin.w4Pj
trm WANTED ISiailSiJlATELY, ALL WHO
fc-i ' are looking tor business to call and examine
the American tw Milker, paunteo March 28, IWi-a
sure cure lor acmne; nanua ""'"S cows, never
belore introduced In tnis htate. There never was a
pateut isdued Irom tne r aieuv uiuuo wuion has so id so
readily as this 360 counties have been aoid within 3t
avjk ana many more eugavou " uium eauuous
and prudent business men. H milks tbe tour teats of a
cow at onca. It Imitates the call drawn, and atops
drawluE to swalloiv. It milks cows In one-tui-d tha
lime ji lm oueau ouu uhioi uunr mur
hfi.i.i i tm .Mir AilnHtliiffi will nt am cow. tiwiii
milk tbree-teated cows as well as snv EaiUy worked,
not liable to yet out of order, and Is perfectly agree-ble
to tht cow. Com one and ail and pass our ludgm -nt
apou tha most valuable Invention ot tha rilneu-eotu
century. A u opportunity la now ottered to entorurlsmg
men, with large or small capital, which does not present
ItMlt more iban onca In a lileilms. Call on American
Cow Milking Machine Ccmpauy, No. 1I ClOBNUI
tttreet. uivvup
SPECIAL NOTICES.
5gjr- ALL YOUNG MHN,
iu vur iy v.prviany, are Invited tO
tlie Boohs and Fritilbom oi
THY.
VOUKG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSUOIA.
TION,
OF PHILADELPHIA,
HALL, SO. 1310 CIIBSXUr STREET.
READING ROOMS AND PAKL0R3,
Open Iron) 9 A H. till 10 P. M.
3900 Volume In Library, all the :eading Vtvm. ura
zines, Quarterlies Etc.
FREE TO ALL.
MONDAY NIGHTS.
Vontiilt Mektiho Fourth ftiondav In ea?ti mnot'i.
Uraih'Kss-Esdav, Debate, Music, and Social Inter
course.
LvtKUM-Every Monday nlKlit except the fourh.
The Lyceum efforts opportunldoa for Improvement In
Composition, Declamation, Debate, and Parliamentary
Kults ol Order.
TUESDAY NIGHTS.
8oCial RitoNtoif First Tuesday in each month.
Masaokks' Meeting Third Tuesday in eaoh mouth.
TJmon Fbatkb Mkkti.no Fourth Tuesdar In each
month.
WEDNESDAY NIGHTS.
Cr.A'8 in Fbrncu Pioressor Sdk, Teacher
CLADbEsiN Ghkkk and Latin .....Prof. Ksch, Teacner
THUHSDAY NIUIITS.
Fhilomelic Music Circle Rehearsals every Thurs
day night, at 8 o'clock.
Dr. L Mkionkn Musical Conductor
Fbofeasor Goldsdoho ...I'tanUt
The object of this society l tie prjtnotioa. of Musi
cal Science and the c lUlvatlon 01 Musloal tate. Any
lady or gentlemen havlm a praotlcal kouwiodre ot
Vocai Mu.lc may, on application, become au active
member. No expense attached to m im'iersli'p.
CLASSES IN RllF.TORIC AND LOOIO
Fit ID AY NIGHTS.
FRUE LECTURES.
Class in German Protestor Esch, Teacher
SATURDAY NIGHTS.
Class in Elocdtion Protestor N. K. Rich akdsos
Elkmkntarv Class in Vocal Music,
Dr. L. Meiones, Teacher.
A series of Lectures will be given daring the w Inter.
Tlckeis 10 members tree on app Icatlon.
Also, a series of Grand Musical Entertainments-
Tickets free to members.
AU memheis, a so all who hare eotnred a proposition
tor membership, and paid the annual dues, can obtain
cards of the Secretary whic Si wi I secu-o adiniision to
tlie Classes) also tickets fur the Lectires, Concerts'
etc., free of charge.
Any moral young man over fourteen years 01' age may
become a member.
ANNUAL DUBS. ONK DOLLAR. 11 22th3t
VW HENItY VINCENT,
THE GREAT ENCtlSH REFORMER
AND
THE MOST ELOUVEKT MAN OF THE
CENTIRY,
WILL DELIVER
TWO LECTURES
AT THE ' '
A CADE M i O F MUSI (!,
ON THE EVENINGS OF
MONDAY AND .WEDNESDAY,
November MO and 'is.
MONDAY F.VENI SO-SUBJECT "Til". GRFAT
AMERICAN CONFLICT.".
WEDNESDAY LVEKI SO-SUBJECT-" OLIVER
CROMWELL." '
The aa'e of Tickets wi commotio, on Tbor.aar raoru-
tng, no rant., si tku UrLtn a music more, comer
SEVEN I H and CHESNUT Streets. 11 21 til 28
Admission, 25 cents. Reserved seats, M cents
PENNSYLVANIA HRAXCH
American rreedmen's Union
Commission,
OFFICE, No. tit SANSO.H Street.
CHIEF JUSTICE C1LVSE,
President of the Commission, will Preside at
tbe Meeting to be hold at the '
ACADEMY OF MUSIC,
On Thursday Evening, Nov, 22,
MAJOR-GENERAL 0. 0. HOWARD,
REV. PHILLIPS BROOKS,
REV. ROBERT J. PARVIN,
And Other Distinguished Gentlemen, will Ad
dress the Sleeting.
Admission, 25 cents. Reserved Heats, 50 cents.
lie nets tor sale at TliUMf Lt.K'rt Musu Score, corner
ofbKVtNIU and CHKSaUI' tftreets, TO MORK'ivV
(Weunenday) JaoUCLcG. U3t
jggp GREAT A T TRACTION.
WILL OPEN NOVEMBER 15,
AT THE
NEW LI BM.H1 V HALL,
LOMBARD Htreet above Heentb, tbe
014 EAT UNION' FAIR,
For tbe Hcnctit 0' tbe
PUBLICATION DEPA H I &1KKT OF THE A. M. E.
CHURCH.
wbere Useful and Fane; Articles of a very large va
riety will be ollereo tor sale,
unoni the attritions will be three Silver Cans, to
be given to me three persons who shall present tlie
largest amount ot cash tor the above objoct. And a
inAitHid f.iiv.i-.mmintAd Rat and Gilt Hall to be
aw aioea io tne viuo reoeivina largest oainu 'r u
.... . la Oa.An. I IK . U...I.,., "
to be awarded to the Habbath School receiving the
largest number ot votes. It It lit
FALL STYLE HATS. Q
THEO. II. M GALL A,
Hat and Cap Emporium,
9 1 Smtp)
No. 804 C1IESNUT Street.
cCLEES & McC ANN'S
FIRST GREAT SALE OF
FINE OIL AND WATER-COLOR PAINTINGS,
ELEGANTLY-MOUNTED CHROMOn
AMD
Magnlflcenllj-framea Engravings
Will tale place on tlie tveuinfi of
Monday, Tuesday, and Wedaesdy,
KOVKMBEK 26, 27, and 88,
AT TUB
"tfrce Gallery of the Fine Arts,"
No. 927 CHESS UT ST., BELOW IENIH.
B.
SCOTT, Jr.,
AUCTIONFEB-
11 23 8t
T j .2? r Lat evening, by a young
rimfui ' 'otween Thirteenth and Aroh.and ElghU and
huSunl;"ndVwn,',,,II n,l Walnut streets, a saiail
ca i JLm OOL1 WATCU.eniiraved oa sideot the
slu?i.,lr,e"n,n ,? uohar, and oa the other
Juw .rs"1 wlih a ahlp 1 ha Under will be Ube-
iwrAicJlBtmf loaviutf wiUMu-rYBKmro.
DRY GOODS.
J, C. NTRAWBMDGE & CO.
BREAK IN PRICES.
Cotton Good Have "Tumbled."
CANTON FLAHaiKL.9, HOOD AIXTICLE,
23 CKSITS. 0
CANTON FL.ANNKLS.WIDK AND HE.1VT
3 CliJTTS.
CANTON FLANNELS, FINH8T COOP1,
31, 33, AND 37X CKNT8.
MERRIMAC CALICOES.
MBRRIMAC CALICOES DOWN TO 0
cents. czaa
GOOD CALICOKS AT IS AND 13 C BUTTS.
SHIRTING MUSLINS.
WE C AN SELL A FIBST-CLA8S FULL
lARD W1DK"MtSLp FOR 31 CENTS
BYTUK PIECE.
1 CASK GOOD VARB-WIDE MUSLINS,
3 CENTS.
UNBLEACHED MUSLINS.
1 BALE YARD-WIDE HEAVY DtlTLINS,
8.1 CENTS.
1 HALE KXTIIA nKAVr VlBfH VAHD
WIDE BIITSLINH, i CENTS.
VVILLIAMSVILLE,
WAWSUTTA,
SEW YORK BIILLS,
ALL II AVE BEEN KUDDCEI) TO MEET
THE MARKUV.
SHEETING MUSLINS.
WALT11AM SHEETINGS,
PEPPKIIELL SHEETINGS,
HUGUENOT SHEETINGS,
WIDE SHEETING MUSLINS,
WIDE PILLOW MUSLINS,
HAVE ALL BEEN REDUCED TO THE
LOWEST MARKET QUOTATIONS.
FLANNELS
FLANNELS!
1 BALE QREY MCff FLAN A ELS, 37
OEN1S.
1 BALE GREY 1 WILLED FLANNELS, 25
CENTS.
1 BAL& WIDE DO MET FLANNELS, 35
CENTS.
1 BALE WHITE AIL-WOOL FLANNELS,
35 CENTS.
1 BALE YAhD WIDE SHAKER FLAN
NELS, 60 CENTS.
1 BALE VERT FINE WIDB! SHAKER
FLA SN ELS, 75 CENTS.
J, C. STRAWBRIDOE & CO.
NOMIIWEHr CORNER
EIGHTH AND MARKET.
II n UifajM
SEWING MACHINES. !
PERFECTION IN MECHANISM I
WOSDEBFUL SOSPIICITY,
UNEQUALLED CAPACITY,
MECHANICAL PEttFCTIOIf.
ELLIPTIC SEWING-IKIACHIXE CO.'S
IIIGHRar PREMIUM L0CK-8TIIGH
SEWING MACHINE,
(Incomparably the Best for Family Use,)
No. 54(3 J 5UOADWAY,
NEW YORK,
aMD
No. 03 C1IESNUT Stroot,
miLADELTUIA,
(Only Aathorized Agency in PhiladelpUia )
Their Pre-eminent Superiority Vindi
cated by the Decision of the
Highest Authorities.
GOLD MEDAL,
FAIR, MARYLAND INSTITUTE, 1S0C.
ALL THE H!GtlE8T PREMIUMS AT TI1E HABT-
LAXV INSTITUTE, NEW TOHC AND PEHM
STLVANIA BTATB FA1BH IM 1886,
OItso to Sewing Machines, except one gWen to a
tsanalac taring machine tor nearr leather work at the
New lor Pair, after a severe and Impartial test, were
awarded to tbe BLLIPTIO LOCK STITCH UACdlNH,
M follows :
At the Maryland Institute Fair, as the
'BEST FAMILY SEWING MACHINE."
At the Mew York State Fair, as the
IBS
"Best Family Sewing Machine.'
"Best Double-Thread Sewing Machine."
These two completely covering the whole ground, end
tor tbe
BEST SAfdPLK OF SEWING MACHINE WORK
And at the Pennsylvania State Fair, tor the
"Best Sample of Ornamental Sewing
Machine Work,"
As can be atenbr tbe following comprehensive and
conclusive report ot tbe commlttae of practical and
experienced mechanical experts appointed br the
New York Htate Board to Investigate the morlts ol the
dliTerent Sewing Machines:
"We, the Committee oa Sewing Machines, after a
caret aland thorough investigation lute ih? respective
morlts oi the veilons machines sabmltted for examina
tion, find tbe Elliptic Lock Stitch 8 -ttint MacKnt to
be tupttinr to all -other in tbe following points,
aamtlrt
Srrplicty and ThT9ughne.il of Mechanical Conitme-
tion.
Bate of Operati.n and Management.
Jfounleunttt and Rap d ly of It .oementt.
Beaut f, Strength, and JHa$ ialy of Stitch.
Variety and Perfection i f Attuchmrntt, and Range of
Wort.
Oompactntu, and B au y of JlideX and Fini$h.
A&aplatw to maitrial of ant thicknet by an Aditit-
able feed Bar, ana in the
Unequalled Predi on utih which it ezeevtel the Lock-
St.tch, by meant qf the JSllipl c Ho tk. and toe, there
fore attar U the Firtt Premium, as the
Best Family Sewing Machine,
And aho for the above reassna the First Premium as
the
Best Doable-Thread Sewing Machine .
C. P. PETE83,
atlCTOB JIOfFAT,;C""B,ltle-"
Prom tbe Experts of the Committee on Sewing Ma
emaes at tke Uatyland Institute Fair, 1866:
"We find the Si.iptio Lock-Stitch Sewing Machine
to excel alt othera."
"It it the mo$t simple in construction, having fewer
parts, rendering it easier of management, and re
quiring less power to work it than any other mot
chine."
"lite Elliptic Hook is an improvement of great
value, ensuring the greatest certainty of exicutt ;,
and preventing the liability of mining stitches, so
common in other machines,"
"Another valuable improvement is an Adjustable
Feed Bar, adapting tt to the finest or heaviest fabric."
''It is Vie only machine toe hive seen that wUt
gather without changing the tension,"
THOMAS VT ADAMS. '
h. P. CL AttiC. I (Committee,
J AUK D IU-KKB; JCouimU.ee.
The above repert lull? accords with tbe almsst a a ml
raoas opinion of the best Impartial Judges and sewing
machine experts, as well as of ail others wbe bare
used this unrivalled maotune. whioh Is tncomparabi
tbe moat almple In constmotlea, the most efficient In
operati.n, the most easr, rapid, and notsrless ot move
meat; the most econemloal and darable la ase, and the
most complete la tbe varlet and penectiaa of its at
tachmenU for every kind of works ana, therefore, In
finitely the most perfect Family Sewing Machine, tor
which purpose its saperloruy is pre-eminent and un
questionable. The Improved Elliptic Sewing Machine (formerly
kaowa as tne Sloat Elliptic), having by the force ot its
great Inherent merits com ple'oU triumphed ever the
difficulties that for years euoompassed it, It note firmly
eitabiiihtd upon a permanent battt, being manufactured
by one ot tbe be.t companies In tbo United States (the
WbealerA WiUos Manufacturing Company), which
has recently invested over a hundred thousand dollars
In improved machinery for lis manufacture) every
machine being made ia the most thorough manner by
the most perfect maoblnery in the world.
Old bloat Elliptlo Machines repaired and greatly Im
proved by the application oi a'l the new attachments
and Improvements, aud full instructions for their use
given gratia.
Machines (which are war anted far two years) for
warded to any part of the country, wtth printed In
structions (which will enable any one to operate them
without the slightest cifflcu ty) for use, on receipt ot
the price la current funis or dj draft; or they mt be
eat, payment to be col ected on delivery, on reeulpt
ot aatitfactory aisurance to it It wl I then bs made;
and all orders Irom a distance will be as falthlull
filled as U a personal visit and selection bad been
made.
Liberal arrangements made with parties of eoergv
good standing, aud capital, who may wish to engage in
the sale ef these machines, ai agents, la such territory
as ret remains unoccupied, ror farther Id formation In
regard to which, and lor private circular, address
ELLIPTIC SEWING MACHINE W,
No. 53 BROADWAY, New" York.
No. 0 43 CMESNUT Street, Phlla.
SPECIAL NOTIOI.
Maw Toax, November tt, 18GS.
1 HE OKLT AUTHORIZED AORNOr FOB THE
SALB OF THB JSLI.IfTIC flKWINO UAOQINB la
PHlLADBLfBIA 18 AT Ma. Ml CHQAHVt STBKKT.
(Blgaed) VTDBALKB WILSOU MAN'U C3 , '
Maaafaetarers ot the Elliptic bock -Stitch Maculae.
POPLIN VELOURS.
EDWIN HALL & CO.,
No. 28 SOUTII SECOND STREET,
OPENED THIS MORNINW 1
A CASE OF
POPLIN VELOURS,
OP THE HEAVY CORD,
FOR CORED DRESSES,
la oil of the New Shade of Colore,
welleve Blacks,
AT MKDVCED rniOES.
Iltttt
PARIS DRESS GOODS
AT A SACRIFICE.
FROM AUCTION SALES.
LADIES' CLOAKINGS,
Its Endless Variety,
AT PRICES THAT DEFY COMPETITION,
AT aVTELROY'S,
No, 11 BoutK NINTH Street,
10 K tbetu24tlp
ABOVE cnssauT.
IViORTHERN CENTRAL BONDS
WE OFFER FOR SALE
A HUTTED AMOUNT OF THE BONDS
OF THB
NOIITIIERN CENTKAL BAILWAY,
AT
89.
These Bonds bear 8IX TVS OF.JJT. INTFRPSf
payable aeml-aonualiy in this CITY,
FREK FROM ALL STATE TAX,
And are Coupon Bonis In amounts ot $3(61 and
& lOlr i ach. 1 he bolder baa the privilege of bavta
them mace ree'stertd at the tifilce ot tbe Compsar
Id this city, this being a fttcat protection in case of
oss.
We will be happy to urauh full Information, en as
plication in pcreoa or by lotter.
DREXEL & CO.,
No. 34 South THIRD St.
10 SI tflp
I
RATIONAL
BANK OF TUl KEPUBLW,
Ncs. 809 and 811 CHESSUT Streetl
PUILADELPI1IA.
CAPITAL $500,000, FULL PAID.
DIKECTOBS.
Jos. T. Bailey, We Ervlen, Sam. A. Bispbaot
Fdw. B. Orno, Osgood Welsh, Fred. A. Hoyt.
atlla BUlcs, Ben. Rowland, Jr., Wm.H. Bbawa
PBEfllBENT, -.
WILLIAM II. EHAWN.
CA8HIKK,
06EPH P. MUMFOItD, aa at
JAMES E. CALDWELL & CO.'S
STOCK OP
SILVER-WARE.
Ia now Unusually Large and Attractive.
No. 833 CHESNUT St.
JAMES E. CALDWELL & CO.
Have a Very Choice Selection of
DIAMONDS,
Mounted In the moat Artistic Style.
No. 892 CHESNUT ST.
J.1V.ES E. CiLDWELL & CO.
CLOCKS, i
BRONZES,
FANCY GOODS.
No. 823 CHESNUT STREET
JAMES . CALDWELL & CO.
Have a full line or
W A T C H E 5
From the nio't celebrated makers in Switzerland, Co-
penhagen, England, and Amerloa,
No. 82Q CHESNUT St.
lOetuthssp tlS25
JINE OPERA GLASSES
mrOETED AND FOB SALE BT
JAMES W. QUEEN & CO
10 16U Ho. W)4 CHBSNVT Street. ,

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