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EAL Wm OF JIMR MffiERCHOR,
Itrllllnat Fl Daaaante at the Academy
lmt Klaxht Clarions Ceremonials,
Trick and Acts, Etc, Etc.
The ((rand ball of the Young Micunerchor
tacletv if always looked forward to wltb delimit
both hy German fellow-cltlzcns and many
American families. In many respects the
ball given lust night eclipsed all others
given by this association. A more grati
fying and enjoyable fete dansanle and
manque it fens not been our good fortune to
attend. We ore glad to announce that this
affair was a complete success 10 every particular.
Going to the Ball.
From seven o'clock until ten a steady strnam
of maoqiipradprs poured Into the Academy, and
the bustle and laughter of the crowd was truly
xhllaratiug, and death to the worst pocis of
Tbe doors were In charge of a Special Cora
ittee, who provided an ample police force to
maintain the moBt perfect order. These were in
charge of Major Charles Lambsback, of the
Mayor's Reserve Corps, agisted by several offi
cers of the Pevcnth Ward Police.
Tlie flrenslTig and coat rooms wre In charge
t careful and coropctimt persons, aud there was
no rash or confusion to mar the pleasures of this
There was no attempt made by the managers
k adorn the Academy, Tbe usual parquette
floor was laid so as to torin an extension to Uie
stage. Up to half-past 8 o'clock the parquette
circle and balcony were crowded with mauii2
raders, dressed in varied and masui!ice;it
costumes, and the -ight from the curiam was
ne of real grandeur and beauty.
Xh Entree and Ovation to the Prince
Shortly after 9 O'clock tbe curtail, was raised,
and tbe procession of the Prince Carnival was
ccrj. It was the most grotesque cortege of the
period. A tie of caricatured policemen led the
van, totlowed by the "Alphaoetic Band," com
posed ot twenty-seven persons, phcd bearing a
placard lore and aft, upon which whs painted a
huge Alphabetical character, and one with a
mark ol exclamation !).
Hiicceedinn those came a guard of honor, and
a fall brans band praying the trraud inured from
Un JBallo in Mamnera. In the rear ot these was
the bcautilul car of the carnival, painted blue,
and covered with stars and drapery ol red,
white, and blue colors. In this vehicle sat the
Prmce and Princess arrayed in appropriate:
cotumP8. The chariot was drawn by two mam
n.oth bath, who (which 1) were driven by a very
pranky tellow dressed as an ape. The car was
tanked by many beautiful young ladies, attired
as maid ol honor, and kniehts mo id tea upan
(papier) emaciated steeds. Following the train !
ot the Prince's chariot came nn army ot
iriBMiupraders. in every conceivable costume.
There were knights, Mars, nuns, kins, dukes,
nnnc ses, clowns, harlequins.culumb'mes, tuon
Itejs, dogs, pie, toads, cows, lambs, ducks, and
"little dears" in endless variety.
Alter marching aro'ind the staae several
times the proeessiou halted, and the Piince and
Princess were introduced to the immense au
dience. The welcome was extended in a npat
speech from the Master of Ceremonies, and
politely and graciously acknowledged by th;
Alter this the A. B. C. boys perfoiniel some
novel teats. At the word of command there
appeared upon their breast-plates the words,
'WEI COME TO THE BALL OF THE YOUNG MjKNNEK-
enoB." This novelty wa loudly cheered by the
brilliant audience, and the ball began.
The most amusing and interesting feature oi
tie evening was the appearance ot twelve
Blanks, path representing a letter, and the,
whole forming ihe legend. "MiennercUor." Tlie
renllt men composing this group were all mem
bers ot tbe "Old Miennercbor." They wore
high peaked hats, bearim: the wor.ls "January
2Utb" thereon, on which even'ng the M.imner
tnor bold their Annual Masked Ball at the
Aca'lcmy. They, through combination of the
letters, formed all sorts of words, which pro
duced great applause, aud was really somoth ng
new and interesting.
was furnished by two bauds, and it was through
out admirable. The promenade band, led by
Protesoor Theo. Herrman, played nineteen tine
Larches, and tbe string orchestra executed
seventeen popular dances, tinder the direction
ol Professors Mark and Simon Hassler. The
selections were as follows:
1. Young Vaenuerchor's Sal Masque March. M
Mailer. 'L lu Selfliesschwlneon, l.anner. 3. I'ro
aaenaoe Music. 4. Quadrille Sylvester, ConradL ft. Pro
menade Maine. . Scbovtish. Ca olinen. Wemgarten.
1. fremenade Music. 8. Polka Quad., Taslloni, Hai
Vef. 9. Premenade Music. 10. tialop, Toujours i Pre-,
It'aiball. II Promenade MuMc. 12. Lancers, Knick
erbocker, Laurent. 13. Promenade Mnwo. U Waltz,
iMe Mematbltchen, Straus. 14. Promenade Muss'
M. Quauilile, Haut Voile. Strauss. 17. Promenade
Marie. 18. Polka. Falstaff, ilerzog. 19 Promenade
Music. 20. Lancer, 'iete a-Tete, Welniarten 21.
1'iomenade Music. 22. Ualop. Isaaiiacrade.M Muller.
23 Promenade Music 24 Kedowa, Anne, Wise. 2 V
Promenade Music. 26 Polka Quad , 1M7. IIasler. 27.
Promenade Music. 28. Hchottische, Bluff. Kellar.
Those who were present last evening will bear
us out in the assertion that the patrons of the
Young MtenDerchor ball were most Btlect, and
the dresses unusually rich and varied.
A Poetical Effusion.
A young lady who persisted in waltzing most
lurvously with a young physician of thiB city,
fell into a swoon as soon as the music ceased,
and was conveyed to a private room, where she
food revived, aud was on tbe floor in time for
the "efe-a-tee lancers." This young lady after
wards droppei a glove, which our Jouvin-ile
Carnival reporter ptcked up and returned to
her. In receiving it, she let fall a pifceof tinted
and perlumed paper, upon which was written
TBB BAT. MASQUE.
Through (bo lone windings of the rracclul dance
Its naures set, erofs purposed as it were,
Creaiuresel aurent light and Orient air,
Wh.se giisteniutr glance woomitly entrance,
Home clad like "so nine lassies, iresli trae France,"
l'.unip, rosy In tneir charms, and tlf.bonnair,
ehedUirir a radiance Iroiu their vellowhair.
Moving in tricky shapes lu light advance,
bome sparkling, black-eved Andalusian dame,
Eyes tiantiinsr love irom out each fringed lid,
Others, wnere Oipid cunningly lies bid,
b't towing forth sltaltsof amorou ilamo.
Apparelled in all garbs that earth hath een
Crown as of o a ierpsicbore their queen.
were all urbane and excellent fellow4, who de
serve to b3 mentioned here for gallantry's
Committee of Arrangement. Louis B. Grim,
Charles A. Meurer, and Christian Mann
Ftoor Manaqtrt K. Sch wicardi, B. E. Schada,
H. Runkel, Joseph Lengert, E. btephan, and J.
lHputy Manager. Mr. Thomas E. Haikins,
who was ol great assistance to the reporters
jras constantly on 1 be qui vine.
was Crst-ral?. It was furnished in excellent
tvle toy Messrs. Conley, Hunter A Houck. who
are already known as famous caterers for balls
The appearance of an Irishman as "King fiam
l)rinns,n and a Teuton as "Brian Boroihme,"
riri-in-Bim. created considerable merriment
Th fiiiiowius desnntches were received by
the manacere over the Grand Consolidated (very
limited! Grape-vine and Clothes lines:
.Tannarv 28 Tour ball is vetoed.
e.nuot swing sround wl ih yoa. Whisky received
.11 ..ul.t A.J.
rAEW, Jsnwy 23.-L'Empire, o'
OeBOmiB Paiaok, JREBAry 23. Cannot attond
THE ' DAILY EVEN
can- the Princess of Wales is "d the Prtn
e M Ueltna Is al-o . Vic. Rhoiha.
New Tork, .lannsry 23. Morrissev's deal. Will
bo on by the 4 11 44 train. Bs WonLK.
CmoAoo, January 23 I drawed the elephant.
Iroui You ti. Croooy. lUtflne animal, bnt 1 can't
move it lo my larm, benoe 1 can't bring tt on to the
ball. I'll sell Iteheap. o. 68.600.
Marriage ot the "Attee Children."
The human monstrosities known here some
years ago as the ' Aztec Children,1 have
recently been exhibited in England. The Lon
don papers retort that they were married In
that city on the 7th in-lant. The London
'The bride was dressed In a Russian costume,
precepted to 'her by 'the Governor-General of
Moscow; and the couple proceeded, with Mr. J.
M. Morris, their guardian, to the ollice of tbe
Registrar of St. George's, Hanover Square,
where, in the presence of the Registrar-General,
who had issued the license after due inquiry
whether there was any bar to the union, tbo
couple were made one by civil contract. They
then returned to their iodgines, where the girl
was attired in a white satin dress, with a lace
veil, an orange-blossom wreath, all, as well as
the jewelry which she wore, being made for the
occasion by Messrs. Howell it James, ot Regent
street. Tlie bridegroom wojre a wcll-ntting suit
of evening dress, with a camclia In one button
hole and the. ribbon of some continental order,
whereof he is a member, in the other.
"Soon after 1 o'clock they were taken to Willis'
Rooms, where they were attended in tbe capacity
ot bridesm aids by the young persons who usual ly
see to their wants, and where they were re
reived by a numerous company, among whom
were Lord William Lennox and Dr. Brewer, the
radical candidate for Colchester, who has taieu
an active part in lorwardtng this marriage, on
tbe ground that it will be lor the happiness and
welfare of the pair, who are decidedly much
attached to each other. The girl, who carried
a wbi'e bouquet, conduct! d herself as modestly,
and, notwithstandinc her olive skin, a biu'h
ingly as any other bride; and, as lor the 'happy
man,' be was -imply at his wits' end withexulta
tion. Mr. Mori is took the head of the the table,
havinir on his right the joune couple, and on
his left lr. Brewer and Lord William Lennox.
"Aficr u sumptuous Otjeuner, served in Messrs.
Willis' best stvle, the toasts of 'The Queen,' The
Prince and Prince-s ot Wales,' and 'President
Johnscn' Vi ere given, followed by that ol 'Health
and Happiness to the Bride and Bridegroom,'
which was heartily received, Mr. Morris re
turned thacks on their behalf; and Siunor
MstXimo Nunez, which is the name the bride
eiooni besrs, in his gentle way expressed h's
thanks in pantomime. The healihof Mr. Morris,
and one or two other toasts, followed; after
which the company adjourned to another apart
ment, where they had the satisfaction ot seeing
the couple under le-s restraint of etiquette than
before, and where both created a vry favorable
impression by their general amiability aud ob
vious mutual affection."
Wedlock tn Meiuphlx.
The number of marriage certificates issued in
Memphis in 18(iti was 107i", and the number ot
1 hose returned .10!). The war, considering the
situation and experience of Memphis. Hurl a less
discouraging edoct on matrimony than might
be supposed. The number of inarr'uigcs m lUU,
iudh ated by the number of returned certincaten
were 31'.!, aud durinu all the troubles were at no
time less, except in 1861, when they fell to !2G4.
In 18C2 (we quote lrom a Memphis contempo
rary) an increase was noticeable, which miuht
have been tiaced perhaps to tbe attractions just
then offered by giey coins and brass buttons
The number of certificate leturned this year
was In 18fi3 there were 3!)0 certificates re
turned. This iucrease, since ihe federals had
in the meantime occupied the place, was doubt
less ow iug to the faettha'. many ol the boys h id
got his, enough to marry since the war, and were
picked up by tne girls who were looking quite
blue over the prospect of becoming old uiuids.
In 1864 the number again ran up, and reached
421. which we can only attribute to the matur
ing of old engagements and the returning icel
ings of union that were being entettained uooui
then. In 18G5 the war terminated, the soldiers
"came marching bome," and the girls weut oil'
:.ke pot cakes, 4(i8 cprtitlca-'es uf est the tact
tllat ninny ol rlie deaf ones found waistcoats on
which to recline. The yet furiher increase in
180(i only proves the growtn of tbe city, mid that
tbe folk- have not beeu idle in the mtuiftior.i U
or any other business.
A New Fashion lu Gloves.
A Paris correspondent writes that the latent
fashion for ladies m that city is "to wear dog
skin gloves, and to wear them till to use a
gipsy-like, perhaps, but "lill expressive simile
ihey are 'as black as a tinker's pot.' The more
like they are to that engine of the battene dp
cuisine of the domestic repairer th more thjy
are admired. At last, then, ecs petites dames
have lound a cheap fashion; but no, perhaps
they will buy up line old dry and dirty cloves
at a fancy price. However, noDody now enters
a certain society vtith clean hands if they wish
t' be that which an echo from the continent
calls ' chique.' "
TP I O N E E R
JjJAPLE SUWAR il GLASSES,
Bethlehem Buckwheat Meal.
FOR SALE BY
JAMES K. WEBB,
H MS EIGHTH and WALNTJT Ntreets.
Q.EXUINK MOCHA COFFEE,
OLD GOVERNMENT JAVA,
A tall asflortnentol CHCICE FAMILY GROCERIES
AT REDUCED PR1CH8. CI 16 IralD
ROBERT BLACK & SON;
N. E. Corner EIGHTEENTH end C HESNCT STS.
N E W FRUIT.
Crown, Basket, l ayer, Bnncb, F eedless. and Sultana
BalBlns. Currtms, Citron, Prunes, Figs, Bavaaa
Oranges, etc. etc.
ALBEHT C. KOBEBTS,
DEALER IN FIXE GROCERIES.
11 Trp5) Comer ELEVENTH and VINE Sts.
THE GENUINE EAGLE VEIN, THE CELE
brated WiEBTON. and the pure bard GREEN
WOOD i;OAL, Ffg and Stove, sent to all pans ol the
city at S8-D0 per ton j superior lJililGU a8 15.
Farh ol tbe above articles are warranted to vlv ner-
feet iatJBfaollon m every reepert. Orders received at
No. 114 VouUi TUJRO BUeei) Xmporiuu, Jlo 1114
WAriWlUiW Aveuut, 441,
IN G TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 24, 18C7.'
NOTICE OF REMOVAL.
BABE INDUCEMENTS TO PATRONS.
TEEMS EEDUCED ONE HUNDRED 8CH0LaR.
SHIPS TO BR ISSTJf D AT S30.
NEW AND ELEGANT ROOMS
ARK flnOBTLT TO BE OPENED IT
FIFTH AND CIIESNUT STREEfS.
On apconnt of the Increased ccommodallnna anil
cost ot flttluc op the new rooms. 1
ONE lll)MKKD HTUDENTH
Will be received for a alx moo tin' oonne at tbe low
r.tot30 each for which a lull courne scholarship
will be bsued. Immeulafe application Is neexsaarr i
secure the ad vamaR ol this liberal ofl'T, as tha nam
ber will be utrlctly llmlied to one bnndrod.
THE OOC'USK. OF IN8TkU'TIOK
IsofthemnM rrsctlcnl and valuable charactnr. andl n
ar renpcts anpurparurd advantages are offered to those
who wldti to prepare tor an active bnints I hp.
llOOK-F r.lr.T INO. PENMANSHIP. OOM M KRCT 4.L
ARITUMSIIO 1ELFURAPHINO. TllE HIQiiKB
MAI HEM ATTrS, KTf!.
FuiriCoore, tlx months ma
Penmannhip and Arithmetic, three montns li
Penmanship, twenty leMonn j
The only wora now before thepablic composed of sets
oMained from actual bapinesa, atone inanrea, in tbe De
railment of Accounts, nneqnalled facllltine.
For circulars and further lmormatlon applv at the
office, N. E. corner TKNTH and CHJHNrt Ntreets.
a. w w h. FAIRBANKS, A. M., Principal.
T. E. Merchant, Secretary i
HAMILTON INSTITUTE FOR YOUNU
LAU1EH, Ko. 3810 CIIKSNUV Street, West Phl
laUclplils. DAY AND HOARDING HCHOOT.
PHILIP A. (HEU Alt. AM, PRINCIPAL.
The Spring Hession will commence on MONDAY.
February i '
. , . TFB1!8 CI 14M
Day rcholars tier session , fM) 00
lioardlng scholars, pti session AHMK)
MILUNERY. TRIMMINGS, ETC.
ILLINERY lOIl THE
A Cheap and Substantial Gift.
Attention is called to my elegant assortment of RIB
BOSS, suitable for 8carf; FEATUER3, FLOWERS,
BONNETS, and YOTJNO LADIES' HATS, prepared
peclally lor tbe li OLID AY fcEABON, and selllnn at
greatly reduced prices.
HStuth83m N0 904 WALNUT Street.
SPLENDID OPENING OF FALL AND
WINTER NTYLE8. MRU. M. A. BINUKIt,
So ld31 CHe.HM'T Htreet, Philadelphia,
1st POUTER OK LADltS DRESS ANU
CLOAK IRIMMIeiGS Also an elegant stock ot
Imported Paper Patterns for Ladies' and Cbilnreo's
Drciia. 1'annnn Drers and Cloak Making In all Its
varieties. Ladies inrnli.lniiir their rich and costly
materials may rely on hemg artisUcaliy titled, and
.heir work finished Id the moHt prompt and effi
cient nianni r, at the lowest possible prices at twenty
lour hours' notice. Cu'ting and banting. Patterns in
sets, or by the single piece, fur merchants and dress
makers. now ready. J0Hn)
2, MRS. R. DILLON,
Nop. 323 and 331 SOUTH Street,
Has a handsome assortment o MILLINERY for the
Holidays. Also, Bilk Velvets, Crapes, Bitibona, Feathers,
Flowers nd Ert ir.es. J adie-who muketlielrown Bon
nets supplied tslthall the materials.
FURNITURE BEDDING, ETC.
T I I li F u N I T U 11 E
COULD & CO.'S
E. CCKNER NINT 1 AND MAiJXET STESETS,
Noe. 37 and 39 North K2C0.VD Street,
Is the Largest, Cheapest, and Best Stock in the
Fnfcblon, stvle, durability, finish, and cheapness all
combined In their Immense variety ol CI T I -MADE
lleiore purchasing call and examine, or send for a
printed catalogue. 210 ip
T O HOUSEKEEPERS
I have a large stock of every variety oi
W hich I will tell at reuncea prices, consisting oi
PLAIN AND MARBLfi TOP COII'AGB 8C1T9
WALNUT CHAM11EH 8U1TS.
PARLOR BUlTb IN VELVtT PLTJ8H
PA hi. OK SUITS IN HA1K CLOTH.
PARLOR rVlTS l'K HEPS.
Sideboard-, Extension Tables, Wardrobes, Bookcase
atattresseb, Loiuigt4, etc etc
f. iJ. OXJiSTINB'
8 IS N. E. corner SECOND and RACE Streets.
A. S. ROBINSON,
French Flate Looking-Glassoa,
ESGRAY1SG3 PA1UTINGS DRAWINGSf.LTC.
Uanofacturer of all kindi ot
LOOKING-GLASS, P0ETR AIT, AND PICTURE
FRAMES 10 ORDER.
No. 910 CHESNUT STltEET.
THIRD DOOR ABOVE TBE CONTINENTAL.
"BILADKLPHIA. S 1M
p a n c o
AST & WARNOCK
Ne. 'm MARKET Htreet.
SCOTT, JR., AUCTIONEER,
No. mii CHESNUT STREET. v -1 '
To close the estate ot the late
JOHN A. MURPIJEY.
Importer ana Dealer In
No. J22 CHESNUT 8T11EET,
Uetween Ninth and Tenth, South Kide, PhUa.
His AdminlsUaton now offer the whole stock at prices
beiow the ortMuary rates charged. This sioca eiuhreues
e-er.v lh,ug wanted in a well- "rd.red houThSldFm
Tin Ware. Bruahea, Wooden S w,SS
Ware. Cutlery. Iron Ware. Japanned1 wV2 'd touk
Ing Utensns of ever? decrlptl0iT ' u,a 1
A great variety of HIlAKs K GOODS BIRD-CAGES.
riiifi V?fi?lTfu!i lh." D,0t leasouahleternis
COOLif8 H.FWOi.RAT01W and WAliSB
A fine BHSortment ct PABIEH MArnF. OOOTiH.
1 hla Is tne laruriitKetail nu,.. , in
... , . . , . , ......uiunu, u tuts i in u . "
Philadelphia andcltlitns aud ttrane wUI And It to
tneir euvaauvs m examine our stock ueiora purchasing.
Jote.Oor liiends In Hit country m. .mw
rder by niu,
KNH JVW.k ..MMVU , U4 L. lV.a,
111 1 thatui
M A R K E T
BTOTJT CABSLTOERE3 FOR B0TS,
HEAVT GOODS FOR MEN'S WEAR,
RUGGED CAS8IMSRE3 FOR BUTTS.
"HARRIS FINE3T CAREIMERES.
CLOAK. INGS MUCH LOWER,
0VEBC0ATINGS ALMOST AT OLD PRICES.
WHITE OPERA CLOTHS.
DAILY OPEN'IN Q
NEW TABLE DAHASK8,
25 pieces fn all the widtbs atd qoa itiee, from the
finest made down j the pricos are lower. 1 2 tnthg4?
229 FAMES & WARNER, 229
No. 229 North NINTH Street,
DOMESTICS A I REDUCED PRICES!
Bleached Muslins. 16, 17, 21, 21, C, 28c.. etc.
Unbleached Muiins. 16 18 iO. 22. 26c, e;c.
All widths B.eachfd mi is r own Muslins.
Waltbam MIloH-case Musiin. "6 ce"tn.
Ullow-case Mnslins, 26, 31, i)5 ana 87 'o.
10-4 I'lua I) (Dchcd Sheitinir, 95c. '
Dcavy and wiae nntleached inciting, 33c.
CANTON FLANNELS! CANTON FLANNELS!
A; yrcatly R-tiuccd Pncesl
Unb eochfd at 20, 2, 23, 25 28 and 31o
I nrte atortnient se ectea s ylt best Calicoe.
l.auc after On (.'lianiR liocntF.
UlucK Alpacas, 40, 45. 50, 5b C2e. to tl.
One bale wide Domet Flannel, 81 cents.
1 cruet Kanneie, 31, oVJ and 40 .ent.
One bale ull-wooi rfiaiiLi'l 33 cents
All-wool tlnni.els. 33, 87-i, 40 15, 50c , etc.
Italaidvale Flannels all widths
Double width all-wool 6hirti0(r Flannel.
lsurtramB in table Linens, 6vC to 41.
spkins, 1 owels Iovlies, irfn H rd-eyo, etc.
r urser Liiaper. 82, $2 26, $2 50 to ) 60.
Lauifb' and Uisue.' boMtry. mrgf ateortment.
ttiiriiua Linens. Linen ishirt Fronts, Cult's, etc
Kusmb Crash, 12, 14, It!, 18, 20c., etc.
FARIES & WARNER,
9 2&51 Ko. S!9 North NINTH Street, above Raoe,
JpKENClI LINEN GOODS.
The subscriber have Just received a iresb supply oi'
those vtiy superior
FRENCH LINEN FABRICS
Which they have previously introduced to their cus
tomers, Tbe flax used tn the manufacture ot these
goods Is of a much higher giadetbau that consumed by
tbe British manufacturers, and the fabrics are conse
quently more silky and more durable. In addition to
which, by the arrangements we have made, we are
enabled to sell tbtm at Jess than Irish Linens.
We have now in stock and are opening
Undressed French Sheeting Linen.
Undressed French Pillow Linen.
Heavy and Medium French Shirtings.
Damask Table Cloths, new design, with and
Earrask Kaphins, Breakfast and Dinner sizes.
Fringed Da mark Napkins, Do; lies, and Chamber
Towels, extra fine.
Table Damask; and Diapers, by the yard, new
small designs. 9 14 thstuCmrp
Impciters of Linen and Houet -Furnishing Goods,
No. 1008 CHESNUT Street.
Y110LESALE COTTON YARN
R. T. WHITE & CO.,
tfanufacturer'a Agents for tha sale of
COTTON WARPS AND SKEIN YARNS, all
HOSIERY YARNS In the skcln or cop.
con ON, WOoLLIlN, amd ukem CARrET
JUT K FILLING, for Venetian Carpots
UILLINU. fctlNK, AN1 FLAX fWINEg.
vXIKA HKAVY BLACK WADDINO OR
CLOTLUERS' USH Eto.
No. 3T MARKET Street, Phlla.
B T WHITE. J, DU BOIB,
11 1 wthtuHmrt)
LTF.1 BTYLi!., JUbX OX'T
1 K v. in i n,iu. mi .ii . luuiuiiaur, . . t wubjuiiu
1 . .. . ..!... Vl ' 1. . I I . . . 1 I . I .. .
' raliiir 1.,.. l. -
y q'hee Skirts are In everr way the most desirable that
have hereto ore ofleied to uie pub io ini, cnropleu
iin. of 1-adie', Muies',aji.d ( bllilreu'a Uttln and Trail
Hooo Bkirts lrom H to 4 J-aiOs in clrcuiuierrnoe ol
virv lenuth all of "our own make," wiiulaaale and
Mtail. n8 warranted to rve satUUtctlon
ronstantlv on hand low-priced New York made Pklrts,
Hlalnand trail, WsprlnHS. 0 cental lb spiuws,l ,53
vrlDiiti. sl-10l prluKSj eiltlft.
Kklrti ruade to older, altered, and repaired.
C II or send tor 'lrcular ol stvle, sixes and
llanulactory and Haiesroome.
lja aim WILLIAM T. HOPK1K8,
RQH ARCH STREET.
To tbote about purchasing LINEN GOODS, we
would say that ovr stock was sever larger or more
varied, coDeieltnr of ibe fo.lowinjr :
LIKEN TABLE DAMASKS,
TABLE CLOTHS, all sisea,
PIKE HAPKINS AND D0TLIE3,
T0WELLING8, by the yard,
LINEN BHEETINGS, all widths.
LINEN PILLOW CABIN G8,
HEAVT 8HIRTENQ LINENS,
FINE EOS0M LINENS,
SHIRT BOSOMS, ready made,
SHIRT B080MS, for Evening Wear,
LADIES' AND GENT8' HANDKERCHIEFS,
LINEN LAWNS, AND BIRDS -EYE,
Power-Loom Table Linen,
SELLING OPF AT A HEAVY REDUCTION.
PRICES FROM 75 CENTS PER YARD.
014tlietu6mrp LINE IMPURTF.lt ANII DEMF.lt.
PRICE & WOOD,
H. W. Ccrter EIGHTH and FILBERT
HAVE JCST OPENED
A new lot ol Linon Doylies, at tl and 51-25 pr
Linon Napkins, f 2 75, 83, $3 DO, np to S8 a dozen
Biro-eye Linen, for Aprons, very cbeap,
A lame lot ol Scotch Diapers, by ' be pieco. at ie
loan importers' price.
Lett make ot Hhirtinn Lint ns.
heavy power-loom 'Jatlo Lancus.
MUSLIN1 1 MUSLINS!
test make" bleached and unbleached Muslin9, at
tie very lowest market prices
Til ow-case and Sliortina MuRiins.
lilt ached and unbleacned Can'.oo F:annels.
All-wool and Domet Ftaniiela
Heavy all-wool shaker F aancia.
7 8 and 4 4 Ballardvale Klunnela
All-wool and Dome; Shirting F annclH.
Kam-illes, Lancus' ur, aud honeycumb QutlU
A lai(te lot oi Ladies' and Gent' Bdkfs., Hosiery
PRICE & "WOOD,
N. W. CORNER EIGHTH AND FILBERT.
N. B. New etyle Calicoes, 182 20 cents, beat
make;, warranted fast colon. 1022
Ho. 1024 CH1S-.1I IT Btreet.
In Anticipation of Removal to
If. W. Corner ELEVENTH and CHESNUT,
Laoee and Lace Goods,
Handkerchiefs, Ladies and Gents, every
Linen Louars ana- iuns,
Veils, Bcarfa, Neck Ties, Etc.,
Embracing Novelties Adapted for
AT REDUCED PRICKS.
E. IV.. NEEDLEO-
g W A. A. 13 S
No. GOO MARKET STREET. No. GOG
A most complete Block of
MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING
AT VHY MUDEOATZ TKICIB.
WE HAVE SMALL EXPENSES, AND CAS
ATE 0 ED TO SELL WITH SMALL PB07IT8.
Fine Eskimo Beaver Overcoats, onij26; fine Beaver
Overcoats, any diBlr.blo coin. ir, tta Beaver
Overcoats, fill: erv fine Ctinchllla Overonata, oau
27; Touted fat aver Eulta. containlug coat, panta, and
vest,tS0 tine ebort Leaver fcackj. ilroin 1U to 24:
dark grey llama ('asdn.ere Stilts, com. panta. and
veat, U do ellk mutd, only 2i; bi. k Sack Coaia.
from SiO to 120 1 Musinrii t oats, lrom 7 toSUt PajU
and Vrsu to niaicb. irom 7 to i4; Bo' Coats, from
tol4; lam. Iroui M -o .
Come ann convince vourse ves. 11 M 1m Bp
1867. IHARI.ES. lg67
60 Styles and Sizes, at Low Prices.
Visiting and Wedding Cirds, ths latest novelties.
Initials, Monogiams, etc., ktamied on paper and
nvelopea, In oolors, gratia.
A large stock of tnglisn, Fiencn and American Pape
and Envelopes. ,
BUNK books oi tbe txst anuftetnre, on band
and made to order.
ft. HOSKINS & CO.,
Hanntattnrers of Blank Books,
! BtatloneH J ngravtr-, and Prtoteri,
' 28mr Ko. U3 ACH Btreat,
THE LARGEST VARIETY
JOHN C. ARRISON'S,
Nos. 1 and 3 North SIITII Street,
Alfo Invites attention to his
IMPROVED rATIXRN SIIIUT,
Which has (riven such treneral satl-factlon for neat,
eee ol fit on tbe breast, comlort la the neck. and.
ease on the ehonlder. Made of the bout materials,
oj nana. p 22
A PERFECT FIT OUAHASTEKD.
J WILLIAM UOFMANX,
No. 9 North EIGHTH Street,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer ia
ALL K1SDS OF GOODS APFEETAISINQ
A large assortment ofllEBIKO CKDERQARMESTS
or Ladles', Children's, and Gentlemen's wear.
Medium and Superior Quality of GOODrf ot Kngllsh
and American manuiacture.
Extia Heavy Ribbed All-wool 8UIH3I8 AND DRAW
Rr). Field and Striped HOSIKRV.lor Saatlng and Kancy
Hressts. ti 1 tutn8t
S. B. A Uiks aasorlment 01 UNDERGARMENTS
suited to any climate, on band all the year round.
THE SHORTEST LISE TO ALL POINTS
SOUTH AND SOUTHWEST.
W 1 loon, eavannali.
Bait 1Kb. A'utusu,
v 1 iningtou, West Point,
Coluur. lo. UontoHusry
TO AVOID DLL.-Y (THE prTOMA(? RKINU
CLOStD BV IcE) SHOULD BUY IICKKTS
NEW AMD SHORi akKAMESSIC BOOTS
Trulns leave Depot
PHILADELPHIA. WILM1 NOT o.S, ND BALTIMORE
BROAD Htreet and WASHINGTON Avenue.
DAILY (SHturilaj ezcep ed), at 11 P. M ,
i vl.' 1 .l"? Kollolk V. M. the lollowing dav,
F1VK HOURS POONKK THAN II T ANY OTdKK
LINk, aud making cione connections for all poliiu
SOUTH AND SOU I II EST I
For Tit'Kets and all other Ituormatlon. app y at the
I'll ce ot li e Cinipui, No 6i8 UK.8MJ I Street, 01
at the Ticket ( Cve ol tbe Philadelphia WmnlniTton.
and Luitluioie Lullrond, fco. bit CHtNUT teu
12M GENERAL AGENT.
Jp A S T FREIGHT L I N E.
ALL RAIL ROUTE TO THE SOUTH,
Via Orange and Alexandria Railroad
and Its Connections.
Tbe undersigned would respectfully ask the attention
01 shippers to the ONLY ALL, RAIL ROUTE between.
1 hlladelpula and the South.
Merchants and others desirous of avoiding; freouent
changes and water transportation, will piease mark
their freight via O. A A. tt. R Rail, and send to dpo
of Philadelphia, Wilmington and Baltimore Railroad
BROAD and PRIME Streets
Cats run through rroin Philadelphia to Lynchburp
without breaking bulk
Drar receipts tnrnUhed, nd Bills of Lading signed at
the through fielght office of Philadelphia, Wilmington,
and Baltimore Railroad, Ko. 105 South FIFJH Street
Rates guaranteed as low at all times as fry other
JA1U.ES C. WIL8OI,
A pent Orange and Alexandria Railroad,
12 27 rpti S 0. Its South FIFTH Htreet.
TJ S E THE
For Cougb., Colds, Hoarseness, Catarrh, Chronic
Broichitis, J ore Throat and Lungs, Etc Etc.
Also (invaluable for Clearing- and Strengthening the.
ONLY 25 CENIS A BOX.
Fone genuine without the wr ttea signature of
JOHN O. ALLEN, Jr.,
' bCLE PROPRIETOR
SEVEKTH and SOUTH Streets,
BOLD BY AIL DRUOUI STS. ITmtksiet
INDIA RUB B Ell GOODS,
WHOLESALE AND EST AIL,
OP ALL KINDS,
FOB I AMILY, DEUOGISW, STATIONERS', OF.
MAR UF ACTTJEEES' U8i;
Can be obtained direct at the
. MANUFACTORY AGENCY,
No: 708 CHESNUT Street.
Customers will find It to tfeoV advaotae to dea
hurt. liu. .