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THE DAILY EVENING TELEGIUTH PHILADELPHIA, -THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1808.
NEW YORKISMS. From Our Own Correspondent. Niw Yobk, 8ept. 24, 1863. One of the novelties talked of for the coming Winter season la a skating rink. A Joint stock Company with $75,000 capital was formed daring the summer that has Just elapsed, and a saitablo lot of ground bas been secured and leased for ten years, between Second and Third avenues, and 8ity-tblrd and Sixty-fourth streets. Tbe area is 65,000 square feet, and this spacious Inclosnre is to be covered. It will further bu roofed with corrugated iron. The wlndovra are to be of ground glass, and in the evening this immense pavilion will be illuminated by globed jets projecting from the arches in the roof. Creature comforts will bo abundantly provided for by the hotels, bars, and restaurants which are already peeping lorth in the vicinity. The Riuk is to be calle J the Empire City Skating Riuk. The building Will be completed by November 1, aud will pro, bably be Inaugurated by tbc performances of tho New York Athletic Club. No sea-ton tickets will be Issued, and the price of admission will be fifty cents per head, with a reasonable reduc tion when tickets are disposed of wholesale. Next summer, Max Maretzek, it is whispered Intends starting a Jardm Mibilie there. But since the summer of 'C8 is just over, perhaps It is a little premature to epeuk of the sumner of '09. The day Is not far distant when the move, mcnts of rnodiVrs I mean of dressmaker and bonnet-makers will be chronicled with the tame minuteness with which the movements of the distinguished in tie other walks of life are noted down. Ko eminent lawyer, pbysl clan, divine, author, journalist, or actor cm now go to Europe without an editorlalet being made of it In the newspaper?. From the crow ing attention that Is being paid to the sublect of the tathtons, and the fact tbut at the "open ings" ol the various seasons they occupy column alter column in the principal journals ot tbe day, and have elaborate descriptions piled ypon tbem which are only equalled by the minuteness of the reporis ot the campaign clubs, it is evident that the hour is at band when Madame Le Brun nee Brown), the Four teenth's reet modist, sails lor Paris, to inspect tne iabuiuua iuito, sue win nave me circum stances of ber departure noted on the editorial .jpaxe oi an ine lour large New York papers. The "openings" of these ladies still continue. and the passage-ways that lead to where tho pretty and priceless labrics from Patls are lor saio are literally choked wnn fine laces. In dress, as in everything else, the season tbat la upon us is going to oe more brilliant than that of last winter. Neither In fashion nor iu any thing eke can there be a retrogression, unless the retrogression results in an antipodes ot position. Mr. Charles II. Sweetzerhas gone out of the Mail, and Mr. James B. Johnston, for many years in the business depaitmeut of the Evening Post, has gone Into it. As an editor, the im pression that bweetzer gave to those who had the best chance ot studying him was that of a man hampered to death by imaginary worries, hardly knowing what ha was about, and misdi recline a large quantity ot energy. During the summer he took to compiling ronle-books to various places of resort, aud as tbe book con sisted simply in doing what bas been done a , hundred times before, his success as a plodder and adapter was brilliant. Take my word for it, tbe Mail will stand plenty of Improvement, and I am glad to sec that Mr. Johnston is abjut to eject Iresh life into it. A new system ot gold telegraphy has recently been employed in the Broad street gold-room. A number of wire?, diverging from that room, communicate with all tbe brokers' rooms iu all parts ot the city. Iu the gold-room is seated an operator before whom is a mechanical arrange ment representing the digits. Wfleu auy of these dittits are touched tbo same numbers Im mediately betray themselves in any broker's office iu the city. Formerly countless boys were hired to transmit the intelligence which is now instantaneously made known. No doubt, how. ever, the wind will be tempered to tbese shorn lambs, though iu what way 1 kuow not, for the army of boot-blacks needs no additions. Mr. Gran's mucb-tulked-of troupe arrived here cn Tuesday, all in health, all in good spirits, aud, I hope, good voice. Qenecieve de Brabant was at first announced 89 the opening opera. But it is doubtiul now whether that or the Grand Ihichesse will be ci Ten. The season commences next Monday week, and will con tinue indefinitely, for months. The present opera bonffe company at Niblo's will remain there until the end of October, when, it is whis pered, tbo Irma and the Tostee branches will coalesce and do something startling at Pike's magnificent Academy. Strangely rapid has beeu the growth ot opera bouffe in this country. It is no w just about a year since it was flrat brought to tbis country, and we have now two troupes firmly established in tbe affections of the public, and a third troupe tbat will shortly b so. Wallack's opened last nlgat, crowded, of course. The performances were Simon Bernard and Dearer lhan Life. The latter, as the adver tisement truly assertK.com bines dramatic and do mestic Interest, and tbe two plays presented most of the best members to the audieuce. liosa Elytnere was not among them, however, boing reserved for a more brilliant ren'ree. Oliver Dyer, the man tbat did for John Alleu, is going to lecture to-night on what he has seen during the last five years 'among the bucket shops and gin palaees of New York. I hope tbe women will like wbat he ays, and tbat Packard'! Monthly will be su f ri der, tly advertised thereby. At Pike's, a stupid catchpenny play, called "18(8,"is deservedly a failure. There has been some tall talking this week, at the office of the Involution, about the nrder valuation of woman's services. A good deal of common sense was interlarded with triviality, aud tbe only conclusions as yet arrived at are that the Working wo tueu's Association bold a special meeting next Monday evening, at the office of the devolution, aud tbut the President of tbe National Typographical Uniou Do not inviled to attend. An Baiu. AMUSEMENT NOTES. At the Abch the comic opera of Criiplno and the Fairy will be performed for the first, time la KngilHU, this evening. To-morrow eveulng Mm. Bernard will have a benefit, ou whloU oc casion the JAttj of KMarniy will be given. At thk Walnut, Mr. Edwin Adams will appear this evening as "Frank Hawthorne," in 1-oinund Falconer' comedy t.f Men of the Day, To-morrow evening, Mr. Adams will have a benefit, wnen ne will appear as "llapnael," in the drama of tae Marble Heart, ana "Romeo Jatner Jenkins," In Too Much or Good Nature. At thk CHhSNur there will only be four more perforuaanoeaeit tho beautiful spectacle of the Whtte aum; srlln lis magnificent soenery, graceful dancing, etc. At thr American a miscellaneous enter tainment will be given. AT Hoolry'h Opera House amusing bur lesque and Kthloplan extravaganzas excite the laughter of the audience. . . Thk following-named gentlemen have been elected oftloers of tbe Meodeissohu Musical Hoclety for tbe ensuing year: President, Colonel James Page; Vice Presidents, A. li. Uer rick son andltoueit Morris: Musical Dlreo. tor, Jean Louts; Secretary, a. P. Kimball; Treasurer, A. H. Van Horn; Librarian, Paul lirown. Tbe society contemplates giving a aeries of entertainments during the present sea son, which will surpass auytblng they have yet attempted. Tbe best musical and vooal talent In the city will be brought out, and to give an impetus to their movements in this direction the Directors have elecied a committee on amusements, composed of the following named gentlemen: Peter K. Abel, Chairman; Carl Hentz. Colonel Harmanus NefT. T. E. Haiklns, W, II. Boner. Louis Meyer, R. T. Gumpert, and W. J. Llpgolt. Persons desiring to booomo members of the Meudelsa thu boolety can obtain tbe necessary lnfoimallo-i by applying to Jean Louis. Musical Director, No 821 Filbert street: Louis Meyer, No 12 SO (;nenuut sireel; or Colonel John Tirol nley, No. Chemiut blrcet CITY ITEMS. Nw Sttxb Fam. CLOTirma. In store and reeetr log oallyi also, new and oboloe styles In thepleoeto be made op to order. Great, bargains in Bummer Goods, ready made or made to ordt r. Style, lit, and workmanship of our aarraanta anrnaaaMf h equalled by few. All prices guarantied lower than the lowest else where, and lull satisfaction guaranteed to every pur chaser, or tbe sale cancelled and money refunded. Halfway 6r.tMert 1 BmTT dr. Oo , iVthand V Town Hall, bixthttreeti.) Bis Maikit kt., . Pun.ADai.PHTA, . ANPaOOBHOAl WAY MawYQMK. Chabl8 8tokrs 4t Co., No. 82t Chesnnt street, Voder the Continental, All customer work In tbe latest styles. meiion raoits.. .... tM00 Heavy Coatlrg suits S7S0 Scotch Bulle 80 00 Fine English Coating unit. ,, , KW A large assortment of Fall and Winter Overcoat! from fis to yi5. Jawsxar.-Mr. William W. Cassldy, Ko.l2 South Second street, hat the largest and moat attractive asaortment of floe Jewelry and silverware In tbe olty. Purchasers can rely opon obtaining a real, pure arti cle furnished at a prloe which cannot be equalled. He also has a large stock ol American watches In all varieties and at all prices. A visit to hu store la sare to result In pleasure and profit. Cabpktb Housekeepers (and especially country mercbanisand farmers visiting tbe cltr) will Und It to their Interest by calling at J. T. Delacroix's whole sale and retail carpet warehouse, No.K Sauth second street, above Cbeenut, before rurohaslog elsewhere. Bee advertisement In another column. Gbkat 8a lb of Ootn Attn Silvsb Watch. The 6nest stock ever oflered at an Auotlnn Hale. To morrow at D. W. Clark's, No. 6W Chesnut street. Bee advertisement. Drink the famoas Arctic Soda Water, and read Thi Evening Tllkobaph. at Hitlman's News Stand, at Norlh Pennsylvania Depot. From- Mr. A. Winch's extentlve news and periodi cal drpot, at No. 60S Cbesoui street, we hve received tbe latest numbers or tbe tit. James Magazine, and tbe London ihtnrh Fun, and Urynoldt' Muceliany , all of which may be there oblalntd. OaovKB A Bakub's; highest Premium Sewing Machines, No. 730 Chesnut street. BKnniNO OvKBHA'iLHn.made up anew, and re turned promptly, by 1'attbn, No. 1408 ubeenut st. rPHOLSTERiNa of every description. Materials usea Oist quality, frloes low. Workmen aiteutlve aLd prompt. At Pattan'm. No. 1m Chesnttt street. Carpkt Upholstering. Carpets fitted and laid by pra'-tlcal woismen, at a moment' notice. Nodolay, bo disappointment, at Pattbn b. No. lies Chesnut st "DliKSS VP." WANAMAKF.R fc BROWN. MO-FAIL STYLUS SHADY. MABBIED. DKRR PARHLKV. On the 6th of September, br tbeKev. J. Best. Mr. KOWARD t. DEtttt to Miss KMMA PAKUHLBY, both of this elty. GEHNEY PALMER.-On Thursday evening, tbe l?th instant, by Kev. CbarU-s A. Mauon. THoifiH GKH1SKB, of Ridley, Delaware county, to KLIZA- Btuitx u. i-A.jjaiJat,aaugntr oi j osepa tr aimer, ifijq, DIES. HAYDtK'K.-On the ttd instant, THOMAS O. H a Y JXJCK, in tbe 42d year of his age. Tbe relatives and rrlenda of the ittmlly. also Oolnm hlan Lodge, So. 36 I. o. of O. and the Franklin Fire Comnanv. Mo. 12. ara InvltM) u attend iha inno. ral. from bis late residence. No. 613 Bouih street, on Sunday anerooon, tae 27th Instant, at g o'clock. EASBAUUH, lo his Sid year. 'i oe relatives ana menus or me nunuy are respeot- Iny, the 2 Insianw, at 10 o'clock, from his late resi dence, Ko. 252S Browa street. AmeeioaN Life Insurance Company, Of Philadelphia- S. E. Comer Fonrtta aud Walnut Streets JKtrlTlit Imtiiution hat no mocriorin the TTniled S'.ulet b l(i chestnut st.xX FAMILY SEWING-MACHINES. QREAT SALE OF Gold and Silver Watches, it 2fo. C30 CUESJiUT Street. CONSIGNEES' SALE OF Cold and Sliver Watches. ON FRIDAY, SEP!, 26, IbW, Will be sold, on account of Conslsrnea. one of tbs larieat and finest assortment of GOLD and SILVER WATCUEs ever ofTertS In this olty, consisting in patt as follows: IS-kt Gold x.: Seconds. InnVnendnnt mmn by pallets, nickel movements, extra fine; worth iH-at noia Htem-winaer, very fine ruby Jewelled 16-ktOold htem-wiuders. " 4 H-kl Uol.l Meui-wlndeis. 1 18-kt Go:d Iodppeudeot Hcnnd, very fine. ls-kt Odd Dlsmund-iiet. ladles' sizo. 4 IS-kt (Jold DiAtuoud set and enameled. I IH-kt Go d Diamond and J'eurl-tet, ladles' slzo. 5 very llaeGnld Eunmelea Lsvers. 1 lK-kt Go d Ilowarn movrment. very fine. 1 is kt Gold American Lever, P. 6. iJartlell ( w"ul tb am.) S very fine Gold American Levers, William Ktlery. B 16-kt Gold Uasaauoit Levers. JO Gold Wutnbea, werlb from ISO to $100, 1 Hllver American I.ever tt-uz. ctlu c O Silver American Levers, 1'. b. Bsrtlett, OVal tlism ) so silver American Levers William Ellery, (Wal thsm.i is Mawssott Levers, expansion balanoe. 14 sliver Levers, by dillereut mukers. 4 Silver Levers plated wlili 18-kt go.d. ItdUs'slze. U Metal Waiches, plated with gold aud sliver, aod many line watches thuttlme aud spuce will not allow u lo specify. W ill be on exhibition on Thursday, anl on the mc rnlng of sale. Every watcli fully guarat teed, and purcnauers alktwed uutll K unv uou to leturo any watob which rovs unsat'sfarto y. The public ars espeolalJy.lojJied to call and examine ttie st jck, as there are realty sotue of the ft1 est watches ever oli red at public sa'e. There must be barjalus, Si-le onuimeuces at ID O'clock, and continues day aud eveulug. D, W. OUKK, Aucllonear, U No.SOTCUKHNUr Etreet. QUEEN OP ENGLAND SOAP QUEEN OF ENGLAND SOAP. QUEKN OV ENGLAND SOAP, for doing a family washing iu the beat and ebeap en manner. Guaranteed tqual lo auy in the wcrlil: iiaj) all the strenstb ot tbeold rosin soap, with the nilld and lathering qualities of genuine oastlle. Trv tills splendid Hiifcp. SOLD BYT filfi AXD1US tlHeMICAL WORKmT NO, 18 NORTH gRONT ST.. PHILADELPHIA. ISaSSuHP PA T E N T E T. I'ANTS KCOUR1CD AND lilliS.'K IIKI from i to B Indies, at Moivet. trench Hlemn Dyeing aud Hcnurlnr. No. ii N, INTH fclreol and No. Tj RACK MWoel T aoj So DRY GOODS. QRY GOOD 8. FLANNEL DEPARTMENT. STRAWBBIDOE & CLOTHIER, CENTBAL DRY 000DS STORE, COMER EIGHTH and M1RRET, Itespectfu'ly Invite the attention of bnyeis to ei- mine onr ILaNSKLS before making tbelr par. chates, Tteolmost politeness In attendants. No mlrip resentatlon er nndoe pressure to efleel sales. We bave constantly In stock BALLARD VALE FLANNELS, GILBERTS FLANNELS, OPERA SACK FLANNKL9, SHAKER FLANNELS, &WANSDOWN FLANNELS, UOLF.4KIN FLANNELS, GAUZE FLANNELS, BjLK WARP PLANSEL8, DORNKT FLANNkLS. AfrGOt'A FLANNELS, PLAID BUI&TINQ Ft ANN ELS. STRATYBMDHE & CL0TUIEIU We are row opening a few bales of ALL-W JOL FLANNELS at 25, 81, anl 37 cents, that are decided bargains, and well wcrth an early call. C L O T H HOUSE. STKAWBRIDGE & CLOTHIER. TBE LARGEST ASSORTMENT OF CLOTHS TBE CHEAPEST PRICES FOR CLOTH:, THE BEST MAKES OF CLOTH TBE FINEST MIXED COATINGS. TBE NEWEST STYLES OF PANT BTOFFA DOME9TI0 CLOTHS AND CAS ilM IRES. FOREIGN CLOTHS AND CA38IMERF8 CLOTHS FOR LADIES' WEAR. VELVETEENS OF ALL COLORS. THE BEST PLACE TO BUY CLOTHS AND CASSIMERES, FOR EITHER MEN OR B0T8, IS AT STRAWBRIDGE & CLOTHILR'S CLNIKiL CLOTU HOUSE, Corner EIGHTH and IVKRKEr. pTOSIESY ARD GLOVE DEPARTMENT. STRAWBRIDGE & CLOTHIER, CEMTRAL DRY fe'OODS STORE, Corner EIGHTH and MARKET. GLOVES, and HOtlERY, UNDERWEAR, Direct from American and Ea opeaa Msuo so arers. Merino Underwear for Gento. Merino Underwear for Youths. Merino Underwear for Infants. , Merino Underwear for Misses. Merino Underwear for Ladies. Merino Hose for Ladles. Merino Hose for Misses. Merino Hose for Youths. Merino Hose for Infants. Merino Hose for tients. All-Wool Shirts, White, for Uents. AIL Wool Shirts, Scarlet, for Gents. All-Wool Shirts, Grej Mixed. All-Wool Shirts, Blue Mixed. All tfce above, of snperior qualities, for sale. We aim to keep tbe BftHT LINE OF THtiSK GOODS to be found la tne chy, aud price at trie b n tom of i he market. STKAWBEIDGE & CLOTUIEK, CORK Ell I. Kill Til AND MARKET NTS., 9 24 3t PHILADELPHIA. TO PROPRIETORS OF HOTELS B0ARDING-H0U5E3, INb SHIPPING, We have a special Wholesle Department lo' sup Plylug LINEN AND lO'TOV 8REE1I.NU, TOW." ELB, NAPKIN3, SINGLE BED AND BERTH BLANKETS, aad oti er goods partlojUrly adapted to your wants. All the above kind of GODD3 made up a'. sh3rt notice if des!red, STRAWBRIDGE & CLOTHIER, CENTRAL DKY GOODS STOKE, KItilllK SlniKT BELOW WfABHET, DRY GOODS. C n E A T 8 A L E. If. HENNEQUIN & C0S FINE BROCHE SHAWLS, f4, WE HAVE 1U&T RE0KIVED .. ' k Thlrty-llirco Auction lots, Tho Choicest of the offering of these Itc nowned Fabrlcauts. PARTICULAR ATTENTION Is asktd to the nndermeotloned, wblch are worth thecxltloal examination of connoisseurs, and others. , . . 75 Fine Broche Squares, Colors In Ton. ccausand lilacks, $12, and $18. 50 Fine Broche Squares (Gold and Silrer Medals awarded to theso), $22, $25, and $32. 25 Fine Brocho Longs, Ponceaus, Blacks, aud Whites, $25. 25 Finer (Exposition Shawls), $35 aud $45. 25 "Gold Medal," copies or India, $55, $75, aud $ SO. 15 "Chefs dHEurre of these eminent manu facturers." To these SHAWLS were given the highest rewards (Legion d'Honnenr) at the last Exposition 100, $110, and $125. J. W. PROCTOR & CO., TUB HKK-niVE. No. 920 CHESNUT Street, 15 tuthHP PHILADELPHIA, QARD TO COUNTRY MERCHANTS. We have established a Department for tbe con ve nleoce ot CO UNI IIY MERCHANTS who do not wish to buy who e leoes cf Hoe goods. We Will cnt FINE SILKS. D3E1S OOOTM LINEN GOODS, CLOT S, and CA8S1MEKES Iu such quantities as will best suit their tales ,and eon veoknee, at tne regular wholesale rates. STRAWBRIDGE & CLOTHIER, CENTRAL DKY GOOES STOltE, KlfiHTU SI BEET, BELOW MARKET, 26m PHILADELPHIA. 11300. CLOin 1I0USE. 1808. W. T. SNODCRASS & CO., No. 34 South SECOND Street, Hespectlully announce tbat their stock of WOOLLENS, FOR MEN'S, LADIES' AND BOYS' WEAR, IS COMPLETE, We t specially invite the Ladles to call and sea onr extensive arsortment of FABBICS FOB MA NT LE9. BASQUES, aad WALK- 1NU eUliB, From a Velveteen to a Wontagoao Velvet doth. FOB GUN ILEMEN B WEAK, We have every style, from a mixed Costing to the ElUiST CHEVIOT. BOYS' WFAB In endless variety. 9 24 1m rp CIGARS. FFUGUET &sojiS CIGARS. 'Mariana Blta:" aenulDe Vuelta Abslo Imi tbrouitbout. . iqual lo leatilug Imported Cigars, .ineifcen varlbtisM. (R"tatled S4 to 111 pvr hundred) "Pra Dlavolo"-all Vuelta Abijo i'lllars. Viva varieties. (Retailed S to H per hundred.) -Luiiis d'or," ' i'leur da Lys," etc. (Ke tailed 14 to (6 per hundred.) tend lor Circular, etc. We will gladly give any inlormatlcn to consumers and direct tbem where mry cau purooase our cigars geDuius ana oneapesb We are laiporiiog avaua ClKars by evsrv steamnr at low tales under amended Tarltr. k. IUUVET A SONS, 10 151 Bn B. FBONT Street. BOARDING. NO. 1121 GIRAKD STREET, CENTRALLY located. Within two sauarea of Uia rinntlnuntat and Olrard House An unfurnished BKCONI-HTOBV FBONT BOOM, with first-class Board. Vacancies for Gentlemen and Table Boarders. Beference required. 9 ll TO RENT. p O R RENT, PREMISES, No. 809 CHESNUT St., FOB STORE OB OFFICE, ALTO. OFFICES AND I. A ROB BOOMS suitable lur a Oommetulal College. Apuly at Mtt BANK OF THE REPUBLIC, eTO RKNI-A HANDSOMELY FUR. nlhbed HU18K on Vrlvs street, (lermantowo. fuBtefNton October 1. Apply tit K. UABPHiMTKU k BUN ti.No SMst B. THIHt) i-ireet. i St farl'CZis DtLitiiiii'uij Kiouuoruaa iu Oi7:(iLOUt;t.blKH POINT dally.! .boats leave loot oi bOU'i'U btreet every fnw wluutes. Uti lru4p DRY GOODS. E. L. E Ef No. 43 S0RT1I E1GI1TU STREET, - i . ; . . ! HAS NOW OPEN FROM HEW YORK ATJl TlOaS AND OTHEB 80URCHS- ' ' 7 HANDSOME BLACK SILKS. New Fall and Winter Dress Goods. 77Jom?K AWACA AD PVRt MOHAIRS, 6fl pieces WRiPPEH rASHMRRRI, jn0, NJaW MIXED WATEIl-PiluoK CLOAKING 3, LACB CURTAINS t LACE CURTAINS tl CLOBINd OUT LACK CURTAINS AT f.RKATLT KS DOCF.D PRICED lOH WANT oi Ho 1 5. HANDBOMK MARSEILLES QUILTS Vf KV LOW. LINEN GOODS. ISOdosen FINR IIEMST'TCHED HDKFi.. lo. HdwnJXTRA FINE H V K Kd. , 117 IKOdcseo BUPKRf JK H DKIrd .Klu. Vf'dsenfcUeKRPlNK HDK -R. 7'fo FRKftCU HlJKPd.. rOK LDIK4 AND OK1STS. 1,0irE-kMJi,NJ'i.oLKGK bl'l COA.UIIE1) Bt)- W;.?? BRI,K8 HEMSTITCHKD LA 1)1 8' KULL KFUCTLaH IKON FRAME. ETO MIHHK8' HOSE KULL KhJ'Jll LA R. ' MUN'H FULL RKJULIR, HAl.F-HOIK V to Mj. LSllIKH' MKNUINU HA LBKK1UAN MO-tK. LAIrlKH' WHITR CI,.CKKl BM.BKKKUNS, LADIES' BItUWN OlOUKKD Rll.BttlU3A.Ntl. Table damasks and Napkins. 60 Pieces ELEGANT RA RN8I.EY AND DAMASK TaRI.E LINENS. HANDSOME QUA LIT V, HEAVY LOOM TABLE LINENS. S'Zo. to f , IM'fl dor.fn TOWELS, ll to rsn. BAKU K tN-t, NEW HAMRUKQ RDtllNOS AND INttEBTINUS. NEW SHAPE HOOP SKIRTS. KOHKKT WKRLBY FRENCH CORSEIH, 110 desen GENUINE FBENCU EXl'RAOTS, 24 and S8o. . JOUVIN KID GLOVES. UOdoren OENUINB JOUVIN KID ULOVES; FAI L COLtltO. E. R. LEE, , No. 43 North EIGHTH Street, 2tth32t PITIL 1DELPHI A, JUST RECEIVED, A LARGE Ij T GRAND DUCHESS SKIRTS, TOR SALE BY J0UX W. TIIOMS, Nos. 405 and 407 N. SECOND St., S&Jrp PHILADELPHIA. WATCHES, JEWELRY, ETC. BAILEY & CO. DIAMONDS CHESNUT STREET. 819. tathsi QLARK & DIDDLE, Jewelers and Silversmiths, No. 712 CHESNUT Street, Invite the Attention of their pitrons to their Urge And elegant Assortment ot DIAMONDS, WATCHES, JEWELRY, SILVER WARE, PLATED-WARE, Ero. BEAUTIFUL DB8IONH IN 8ILVB3 AND 8IL VK PLATED WAREB FOB BRIDAL OIFTB S twthrp S C. & A. PEQUICNOT, jasnuiBcturera ui wi uu cABas. Sua Dealer in American aud Imported W A. T O II 13 S, No. 1.1 South SIXTH Btreet, t BIrptnthS Aamtfacttii-y. ATo. a. ifrM Street. MEDICAL. RHEUfllATISM, N E U R A L G I A., WaiTautcil rerinaueutly Cured. Warranted Permaneullj Cured. Without Injury to the System. Without Iodide, Potussia, or Colchieuni Uj Uslufj Iiinardiy Only DR. F I T L E R ' 8 GREAT RHEUMATIC REMEDY, For Rheumatism and Neuralgia in all its fams. rhe only star dsrd, reliable, positive, Infallible per manent cure ever discovered. It Is warranted to coo tain nothing hurtful or InJ itloiis to tbe system. WABBANTKDIO CURE Oil MOSEY BEFUSDED W ABB ANTED TO CUB P- O B MONET REt?UNlKU Thousands ot PhilaUelpbla retureuoes of cures. Pre pared at No. 29 SOUTH FOURTH STREET, 8Z2stuthtf BKLOW MABKET. BOOTS AND SHOES. HAVING AI.TEUKD AND ENLARGED MY fctore, No. t N. N1N 1'H ritrtet, lluvlteatten lion to my Inctf ax"i mck (nf my own Ui"iiraumr) .t IlLs Lixcih.MIOImS. IA1 1 l.ita, Elo.,oI lire laloal siy i' s, and at the luwoal itlcts. HOSru ERNK3THOPP. FURNITURE. SPECIAL NOTICE. TO BE bold, AS BOON AS P0B8LBLJfc $100,000 WORTH OF FURNITURE, At prices maoh below usual rates. UEORUE J. HEKKELS, LACT A CO., THIBTBENTH And CHESNUT Streets, ty thstotmrp PHILADieLPHTs CARPETINGS. JL DELACROIX. . IMPOBTEB AND DXAXEB IN CARPETINGS Mattings, Oil Cloths, Rugs, Etc., Wholesale and Retail. WAREHOUfeE. No. G7 South SECOND St., . '2 nt3ru5p Above Oh esnnt.Phllsdelphla. PAPER HANGINGS, ETC. A L L P A P E R 8. HENRY S. MATLACK, JS'os. 11 and 18 Jforth NINTH Stroct, paiLAonLruiA. IMfOBTEB AND DEALER IN l'RKNOH AND AMERICAN WALL PAPERS. ALL Oh DEBS PBBSONALLY ATTENDED TO. Competent workmen sent to all parts of tus ooan try. Work executed at cltr prices. It tutbsios MISCELLANEOUS. J3URK WHITE FRENCH PRESJSIiVINOI BRANDY,' IMPORTED DIBKCT. AND GENUINE. Families please note tbls. We have Imported It br cur own fan.lly trade, arid guarantee It pnre. 81M0N COLTON & CLARKE, Ijiipurters of Fne6berrles, Urandles. Olareti, 0rts, aud Cordials, 8. W. Corner liHOAl) and WALNUT Sts., 1 toths PHILADELPHIA. tVOT-CA8r PORCELAIN. To Lamp ilealcrn, Ir(nniorN, IruKXuii,t Aud Ut'iierul lealern in ClUua aul CJIaMware. THE AM.EBICAN HOT-OA FOB.CELA IN COMPANY Is prepared to manufacture at low prices, LAMP PEET.BHADES.OLOBKS.BttOKB BELLS CHIMNEY, BOTTLE, 8HAV1NO MTJar PKBFDW.KBY, aad LBaQQlbTS JABS, And articles In general family use, ordinarily made Ol OPAQUE WHITE GLASS AND CaiNa Parties JorniaMng tbelr OWN MOULDd WILL BH AFFOBDED SPECIAL FAlLITlEa. OBDER8 ABE 80LICITED. OFFIOE, No. 15 South fei:yi3VTII Street, SSthstolitrp PHILADELPHIA rpO HOUSEMEN AND FARMERS. DR. BORE'S (J RE AT HORSE fOTYDER, , FOB 0ALL9, CUT8. OPEN fcOBES and BURNS. Wont cases cared In Irom one to six days. HO CUBE NO PAY. PBICE FI FT Y CENTS P8B BOX. All orders aSdretsed 1)R. UOUU, No. 5 North Bl XT H btreet (third Boor), Will be promptly attpndert to. 9 28 Imrp VV 0 R M 8J won m s i 1 hose pests ot childhood, tbat undermine the Constitution, and render life miserable are effectually removed by the use ot HOUOWAY'S VEBJUFUQE CONFECTIONS, a meet pleasant, safe, and reliable remedy, dally prescribed by physicians, Bold oy all Druggists. JOHKSTOR, HOLLOWAY & C0W0EI1, SStf No (2 AROH B'rflM. ELFENSTEIN&WS, pRINTINGxlOOMS PAPER. 50 TONS 60 TONS fTrappIn?, Manilla, and Hardware Papers, OF DESIRABLE SIZES AND WEIGHTS. PRICES OBKATLY BEDUCED. C . 6ABBITI A BBOTUCB, S Unrpl Parer Mannfactorers and Dealers, Warehouse. Nos. K and 14 DKOATCR Street, ROUGEBS' AND WOHTENHOLM'9 POCKBI KNIVES. Pearl and Hear Handlns. of bnautlfal Unlsh, BODtiEBls' aud WALK fe BUTCH Kit'- RA 'OHH, aud tbe ceUDaiwl LEUOULTBJG BAZOtt bCIbbOltMOf the 11 iHt quality. Jia.ors. KDlves. rci8ior, ana 1 aoia uuirery wronna Dd PuilsliMl, at P. MADElBA'U.No US H. TENTH and stret.blow Chwnnt. 8614 DEAFNESS-EVI!.ur INSTltuolKNT THAT soleuoe aad skill have Inveuutd to asist tbe hearing n every degree of deatubu; also, Ku'plra tora; alBO, Craudall's Patent Crutches, superior to snv others in una, at P. .MADEIRA'S, ISu. 115 , HSTH btreet, below CbeniuW ti't