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THE DAIL1 EVENING TELEGRAPH PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28. 18G3.'
MUSICAL AWD DRAMATIC Th Worrell Slatera At th ChMnnt, The KnglUta version of Offenbach's oper. of The Grand Dunhesa of Gerolstein, now being performed at the Caesnut Htrcet Theatre by the Worrell Sisters and their New York Company, hat been announced as a burlesque on the origi nal woik. Thii la true In one sense of the word and not in another. A burlesque may be either an amusing piece of extravaganza and exaggera tion, In which things not in themselves laughable are caricatured and thown np In a humorous manner, or It may be a silly attempt to imitate something of recognized merit, without suc ceeding In doing to. In one case we laugh with the actors and in the o'.her we laugh at them, and the quality of our mirth in the two cases is by no me ins the same. The company now at the Cbesaut give a very tieb'.e imitation of the super-excellent performance of Bateman's troupe of French artists, and the most amusing portion of til 3 entertainment is to sco the stylo in which the airs and (Traces and gestures of the French actors are mi. nickel by the Misses Worrell and their coadjutors. It is the play of Ilamlcl with the part of "Hamlet" omlt'.ed, for all the nicety and perfection of detail, all the vivacity and artistic finish, are wanting. The Knglish version presented by the Misses Worrell is sufficiently good tor their purpose it gives all that is essential in th original work, most of the music U retained and with good actus; and eln.tr.lng the piece would be not at all an inditlcreut entertainment We have before expressed the opinion in these columns that one great reason for the decided ucoess of Offenbach's operas, independently o the merits of the woiks themselves, was the very complete style In which they were pu npon the stage, and the remarkably fine, comic acting of the principal performers. That any American troupe following in the footsteps ' of these French people should be able 'to equal them in all things Is not to be expected, and while we are disposed to make all due allowances, we think at least we have a right to look for an approximation to excellence. The Misses Worrell have all of them had ample experience In bur lesque acting, and with their present company they have appeared In The Grand Duchess of Oerolefein and other of Otfenbich's operas often enough to attain a reasonable amount of ease and style in their performauce. And yet we only find that they give a feeble imitation of the French actors, without attempting anything in the slightest degree original, apparently oblivi ous of the fact that they have neither the educa tion nor experience of those that they copy after, and that as mere imitators they vaaai of course appear at a disadvantage. Miss Bophie Worrell, as "The Grand Duchess." gives some of Tostee's shrugs and shakes, but she has nothing of the dash and spirit which were the most meritorious points in Tostee's per sonation. The best portions of the performance last eveniog at the Cheenut were the Bites Luit which V.iss Sophie sung quite nicely much better than she did anything else the trio be tween the conspirators, and the "Can-can" dance at the end ot the third act. Of the rest of the performauce we cannot speak in very high terms of praise. Mies Jennie, as "Prince Paul," gesticulated somewhat In the style of M. Leduc, hut thete comparison is at an end, for the real C mic e'ements of the character as developed by thatcailtal comedian escaped her altogether. Mlfc Irene, as "Wanda," was even less successful thau her sisters. Mr. S. B. Villa, in the psrt of 'Fritz," copies after nobody; his style is his own, and he is a law unto himself. If he ever saw the part performed, which we are inclined to doubt, he has set out with a determination to scorn ail precedents and to be original or nothing, lis had better be nothing To do justice to Ih's gentlcmau, he is more vivacious than any other member of the com pany, but his vivacity often comes in the wrong place. He gesticula'es, bonds his body, aud .postures in a most nnsoldicrly manner; and he cannot even touch his hat in a salute without giving a flourish which is suggestive of the free' and-easy style of the anateur stage. We think that the company at the Chesnut could act better If they would make the effort but their present st tie of performance will have to be improved considerably before they will be entitled to marked comaienda'ion. There is ai w an English burlesque compauy in New York 1. . iiilAButiin1 nn tit 1 ii 1 1 1 n r (Kali nr a tt r VI UUf Tv C UUUviOiauvJ u niuuiuj buvu w j mv publio favor on their own merits, aud in a style of performance in which they are at home. This fact is worthy of attention, and the Mlsse Worrell would appear lo better advantage lu a fairly-written builesque, by an American o English author, than Ihej do in borrowed plumes, which they are unable to wear grace fully. Tlio City Entertainments. At thb Walnut Mr. K. L. Davenport will appear thl? evening in the new drama oi F; or, branded. At thb Chesnut the Worrell Sisters wil1 appear iu their English vision of The Grand jyuchess. At tub Aech Lo'.ts will per onate "Fire-fly" this evening. At the American there mill bo an attractive miscellaneous entertainment. Tun (jbuminia Ohcuksiiu will give a public rehearsal at Ilorticultui al Ha 1 this afternoon. At Cabl fcENTz' and Murk Hauler's Orches tral Matinte, on alurJav, at Musical Fund Hall, Mendelsohn's "Reformation Symphony" will be performed. A delegation of the New Tork Philharmonic Socle'y will assist. Mb Batema announce! that he will give twelve nights of Optra boufie at the Academy of Music, commencing on Mouday, November 9, wrtien he will produce odVnoach's opera of Barbe lileue. This work win be put upou the stage iu the best stjlc as regard scenery, cos tumes, appointments, etc., anl the origin il troupe, which has already appeared in this .city and estajlisiied a repj'at'.on, will be aug mented by an entirely new compauy. Mile. Trma will nprannntn "ftoulotte." and M. Aulac Baibu Dleue." During thl season T.a Grand Duchisse de Gero'rtein and La B e JJe'ene will also be performed, vith Mile. Tosteo as the l.proluc iu Duin piece. CITY ITEMS. PPlKNIliO ASSORTMENT OF KAfcfc ANffl WlMTEB d.ovnmo-Meu's, 'Youths', Boys', and untiuren . Cheic. stock ol selected stylus of Pteo. Uuodt, lit b. mad to order. . i ...i...,,....ir. nur aurmtnlt sisroassed bvwmt-equalledbyfew. AH nrhxs Guaranteed lower than the lotcest el:ivnne, omi run u'iu""i" eed tvury purchaser, or the sale eanceueu aiu main i tail tuiA Town Hall, ttixth streets.) No. Bl MARKur Sr., PHILAUMI.PH IA, no Mo. COO Bboadwav, Naw Yobk. Mat Rtabt Moan Looms irrn Klwotiow. If Barn and women, otia and two-shultl. Power loom Waivers, want a healthy place, steady work, hlshMt oi d com tortabla weae-rooms, they bad batter call at tba Frankford (PMIadelphla) DAMASK F AO TORT. Everything considered they will find It hard work to better themselves. P. 8. But it Seymour and Blair taktihoUi It will be .til te lime enough to call sixty days aMr thtmavgu. ration, JOHN CLKNDKNNINO, MANOrAOTUBBB OW BROWN AND BLKACBED L'KEN TA BLR DAMASK, Towelling and Inea Olnghms Linen and Cotton Checks Worsted and Cotton Furniture Damask, Plain and Fancy Woollen Csslmeres, Honey Comb Quilts. F RANKFORD(Pbllad iphla) DAMABK FACTORY. Avebt Danojcb. "Out of Ithe nettle Danger we pluck the flower Safety," says Bhakspetre. Feeble luva Id, do you wlxh to pluck this flower? Ifs, In yiaorate your aystem wlta HOSTETTKB'a STOMACH BITTER3. Strength Is your aarety. Weakncu la never aafe.- Ac ate dlteas makes ahort work of tbe feeble. Reinforce, half-defeated nature with the finest vegetable InvUorant la tha world. Not merely an Invlgorant, however, bat a gentle laxative, more potent blond deporant than any prescribed In the Pharmacopoeia, and the but anil bllloua medicine extant. It la because It combloeiso many Important medicinal proper .lei that this re markable vegetable apeclBo produoei such extraor dinary effects. As a preventive. It forestalls disease by tndowlug the human pyatque with extra res 1st ant power: as a curative, it sustains the strength while removing the complaint. Its use as a remedy lor IndlKestlon Is now so general In all parts of tbe United Btatts that It may be conalatently entitled the National bPKcirio ros Dvspkpsia. Its oelebrity Is not confined to this country, however, or even to this contlnen. There Is not a port In the Western Hemisphere; lo which it Is not consigned; not a State between Patagonia and the A.rct'o Sab In which "llObTETTEB'S BITTERS'' la not a household phrase. In this month ot fogs, when call s a'd fever and other malarlOwS dlaordera are rile, a medicated stimulant Is an artloie of the first necessity for all who travel by land or water, or are In any way ex posed to the morblflo Influences abroad In the atmo sphere. Of all alcoholic tonics, the BITTERS are the purest and meat efllcacloui a fact attested by lead ing analytical cbemlnts and oonnmed by some of tbe mi st eminent medical piacililouer ia tha United Stales. Mount Mobiah A Tbibutb or Gbnics. The highly-gifted writer, M'me de Margnerlttes, who visited the great rural cemetery In Its Infancy, and whose grave la-apon one of its gratay slopes, in lb, columns of the Tranteript thus wrote of that oltyof the dead: "Some one has written that the feelings Inspired by vIMtlDg tbe burial places of the dead are grateful rather tban melancholy. And It la true. Due may mourn over tbe loss of near aud dear ones of earth, aud moisten their gravtawlrti hallowed teara, but tbe memories ot the long ago will aooihe the aching bean to repose, and dry tba fountains of tbe grieving soul. The requiem cbaauted forever in tau leiy shades; the gratMul eunsblue resting on the grassy mound-; tbe tablets reared by those wbo love and weer these apebk t tbe heart with welcome tougues, and heal Its sorrow as with holy balms. In nc place, perhaps, will their power, their elo quence, aiid their silent whlaperlogi be heard and hteded more than la that beautiful city of the dead Mount Mobiah Ha hills and vales, Its groves and streams, Its Isolation from tbe noisy and bearuess world all Uvl e the weary pilgrim's stops, and speak, an nature only speaks, to tbo heart or hearts. A more Inviting place canuot be found In the vici nity of Philadelphia. Let all go and see It." Wb call the attention of our Clty Passenger Rail road Companies, Livery Stable Keepers, and owners of horses generally, to an advertisement of Clabkb's Patbmt Adjdstiblb Hobsb-brob Calks, to pre vent slipping on the Ice and balliko. to be found In another oolnmn. It la tbe most compute Invention of the age, and can be adjusted lo any horse's feet In five minutes, always ready, obviating the drawing and sharpening shoes, laming or horses, all delays and accidents. No person owning a horse should be without a set. Mr. Irwin the agent for the manufao turere, la also introducing tbe celebrated Elastic Joint Jbcn Boor, Outcalt's Patbnt, vibk proof wbathbb raoor, and indbstbuctiblb. Our build era aad architects will Hod It the bust and cheapest roof In um. Boib artlolea are naoanwtnrta at tbe celebrated Juniata Works or tbe Messrr. Suokn iikbubb & Co. A mkvicak Pictubxs. This evening commences tbe great sale ef Jltih Clast Oil Pointings and Crystal Medallions, being the collection from the American Art Gallery, New York (established by the present proprietor in 184', for tbe encouragement of artists). It is with tbe greatest satlslactfon that we have tbe pleasure of announcing the above to our readers. This Gallery has a splendid reputation, both here and In New Tork. and needs no comment. Their sales are balled with delight. Being the second annual fall sale, tba collection embracea specimens by some ot our most talented artists, and ia a good opportunity tor procuring works ot art. Tbe saie takes place In bcott's Art Gal'ery. No. 1029 Chesnut street, and will be continued to-morrow and Friday evenings, by B. Hcott.Jr. Jbwblbt. Mr. William W. Oassldy, No. 12 South Wecond street, has the largest and most attractive aasortment of tine Jewelry and silverware In the city. Purchasers can rely npon obtaining a real, pure arti cle furnished at a prloe which cannot be equalled. He also has a large stock ot American watches In all varieties and at all prices. A visit to his store Is sure to result In pleasure aud proat. Bbalth and Bkauty iDeer'a '-Standard Wine Bitters" are lb ultimate of the crape, pu-e and un adulterated; simply made bluer by tbe best herbs and roots; known to Cbemlsta and Medical Practitioners, viz.; Peruvian Bark, Calamus. Chamomile Flowers. Buake Root, Wild Cherry Bark, eta, and Is Just auoh a tonle as has long been a desideratum among Medi cal men. A trial will ealn your approval as a tnnin par excellence. Bold by .Uruggis's. Mibkbs' and Children's Dbxss Making In the M. Shokmakbb & Vx, No. 1024 Chesnut street. latest Pails styles Palb o Boots and Bhovb-O. D. McOlens A Co. Auctioneers will Sell at tbrlr store, No. SO Market street, tin To morrow (Thursday) Morning. O Holier 2U at 10 o'clock, a large and superior asuortmeut of Hoots. Hhoes, Brngaus Balmorals, eta., to wuluu the early attention ol the trada is oa'lfd. Tkknwith's News Dkhot. lately opened on Chea. uuia'., went oi Mxtb, Mo. bl4. Is a mod ?1 es'unllstiiueut ol lis kind in every respt-ot. Nea'ly lined up, airy, I gtiL, and convenient, goofis conspicuously displayed, tanvihlnir in Perfect-order. It is rtallviniiiri.ii step In u! place. We have JiiHt received fro nt him llaipei'e Weakly" and "Monthly," the "Atlautlo Montnly." "t.mlo Monthly," eto. Iu addition to these ail tbe other ptnooicals domestic and forelgu. ibe daily papeiB published here, In New Yoric. and other places, end the latest books caa be fouud uooa hlo couplers. JHe deserves success, and wlUseuarelt. V3-WB HAVB BOLD o 'A8T ;WK HAVB BOLD BO A AST S-K HaVB BOLD BO JfAbT HAVB SOLO BO A-AHT Oub Fall akd WiKua Clothino-S Cub I-all and VVintkk Cujthinu-uJ Oub Fail and Wixibb Clothino ,3 Oub Fall and Wiktkh Cljtkimu-b. fJ-WK ABB BOW 1.BOK1VINO IcWK ABB NOW BBUKIVIBO 1S--WK IKK NOW BkOBIVIBO ABK OW BKCIVJNO m 1 UM HacO.MD INHTALMBNT'uA Tub Hbcond Instalubnt'v.o. Ths HaOOND l.NNTALUlCgT'hft Tub buvosu Imstalubnt 'u trrBBAcriruL 1'mke.h Hooph. aa-BBUTiKUL Khiuh Uoooa. J.'BKAUTtUL k'liKHU UOODB U'UtAllTl 111. k BBriB tiOollB. Uaud. Wo have a p enaid at- ct of the v.ry newest tUiuaa on our counter and thoug'i cur aa'ei are so laigei wi haveroriy tutiHra and sevo hundred haudi t kei p our Halearooms tilled. 'I'l.e aoia are open for th IrSPCCtlou Of uuy who will c'l anil see fur tiieiuselvei. aj-Tpe New uouda Ju8( rocel'ln r are: Fall Overcoaia. trom S7-74 M f5. ludUpenautil Bulla, hireet Jacket. Ileavy KacKe (to do with jut overcoats), Fancy Over Haoka. tstyllfh CheHterlieldN, Youths' Cue-tertiulda. Boys' i'uulile breabU-rt Ba'kj. Youths' ai d Roys' rtulta. Cbtloren'B (larlbald's. ( Iilldreu'a Blama'ks. Children's Frlnoe Imprlals. Chtld-eii'a liliamberlatna. Chlldien'a Fauuy Uverooala, Sir A large fi' oe of aalesman to give good atteu- tlou to all, either looking or buying. WANAMAKKK A BROWN. THE LAItUEbTCLOmiNU HOIMK, OAU' 11 ALL, The corner ot SIXTH and MAJAHUT eureela. Lbasbbb o tmb Fambton All the novelties of the season, Including the Niw Color for Obnth' Walkino and Kvbstistq Coats, to be found only at OSABLBa Stokbs Oo.s, Continental Hotel Bitlldlng. Fall Bvbrooats Melton, Scotch, and Sllk-mlxed Fall Overcoats. It Ish Fries and French Oasslmsr Fall Overcoats. Trloot, O'oth, and Doeskin of every variety ol style and color worn, A splendid FaU Overcoat for 2i, warranted to At, at Chablks Btokbb A Oo.'s, No. sat Chimntjt Stbbbt. Rbadt-madbClotrino In style and workmanship ths same as Customer Work, at Chablbb Btokis A Co.'s. I this should meet the eye of any one suffslng from Bronchitis, Consumption, Asthma, or any Pul monary Affection, we would refer them to Dr. Jayne's Expectorant, whloh will. In all cases, afford speedy relief, and In moat efltot a ipeedy cure. Bold by all Druggists, Dbink the famous Arctic Hoda Water, and read Tub Kvbnino Tllbobapb. at Hiilman's News Btand, at North Pennsylvania Depot. MABBIED. IANFIELD PFAFF. On Monday, tha asth In stant, at the residence or th brute's uuo'e. Dr. M. ). Kerr. No. ( N. t'ineenib street, by the Rev. P. W. Conrad I). D.. Mr. F RKP. IJ AN FIELD to Miss AN NIE fKAFr, both of this city. H1LLMAN BORVER At Haddonfleld, N. J., on the i7'b inniftnt by the Kev. Q. M. Murray, Mr JOHN F. HILLMAN. ol Philadelphia, to Miss KATE, datiKhter of Joseph I), borver, Esq., of the former place. No cards. DIED. BRIFDKNHART. On the 27IB Instant, JOHN C. BHtlOKNUAhT. His relatives and male friends, and also tbo mem bers of Lodge. No. 51, A. Y. M and the O'der gene rally, are reapecttully Invited to attend bis funeral, frum his late reatdeuc, No. 1903 Che nui street. CADWALLaDEB,-On tbe 25th Instant, EVAN CADWALLADEK, In the 82d year of his age for merly cf Newtown, Montgomery county, North Wales. 1 he relatives and friends of ths ftvmlly are r especi ally Invited lo attend the funeral, from the residence of bla soa-ln law, No. 5 N. Thirty. sixth street, on Thursday afternoon at J o'olock. To proceed to Mount Morlah Cemetery. BVbS. on the Kith Instant, Mr SAMUEL M. H ESS. aged 76 years. The relatives and friends ot the family are respect fully Invited to attend tbe funeral, from his late resi dence. 8. E. corner of Fifteenth and Vine streets, en Thursday, the 49th Instant, at 1 o'clock, without fur ther nolle. To proceed to Mount Peace Cemetery, ULKICH on Sunday evening, the 2oth Instant, at bis lather's residence. WILLIAM ULKICH, son of Henry and Eliza Uirlcb, and son-in-law or John KlngstOD, In the 3Zd year of his age. The relatives and male friends of the family are In vited ta attend the fhneral, withont further notice, from his father's residence). No. 461 N. Hpc nd street, on Thursday, tbe 29tb Inntant, at 2 o'clock. VAUOHAN. Suddenly, on the 25th Instant, EVE VAUGH AN, aged 6S years. The relatives and friends of the family are respect fully Invited to attend her funeral, from her late resi dence, Lower Merlon Montgomery county, on Thurs day, the 291 b Instant, at lu o'clock. Fuueral to pro ceed to Lower Merlon LutberanChurcb. Amebic a II Life Insurance Company Of Philadelphia- 8 E. Corner Fourth and Walnnt Streets. This Institution has no superior in the United States . 610 AMERICAN GROS GRAIN BLAfK SILKS, at only 12 SO pt-ryard at retail. These Silas are njanulacturea by Cheney Bros., of Hartford, Coau., and are warranted by hem "to be all bilk, in every fibre and thread." For sale by BESSON A RON. Mourning Dry Goods House, 10 2S8t No. 918 CHE3N UT Street. DRY GOODS. FURNITURE. BARGAINS A FEW DAYS LONGER. ATWOOD & HOPPER Will dissolve their copartnership about November 1, and aie now closing out their large atook of IT TJJLi NITURE AT QBEA1LY REDUCED PKICE3. This Is a rare opportunity to procure bargains, So. 45 SOUTH SEUOAD STREET, 10 28 wfmst Above Caesnu:, East Side, ft 1. LUTZ, No. 121 South ELEVENTH Street. Just received, a fresh stock ot fancy articles of FURNITURE, Suitable for Holiday aud AVedding Frcseuts. These articles of Furniture have been manufac tured to order, and are warranted to s'.and this ell J. mate, and win ne soia iiu27mwrlurp AT A SMALL ADVANCE. NEW PUBLICATIONS. rp O BOOK COLLECT O.R S.- 1 WILLIS P. HAZARD Invites tbe attention of hookbuyt r. to his very exten sive collection or CHOICE IMHOHIEO BOOKS, embracing all clashes of Literature, and part tular y tuperbly Illustrated and I'm a Art Works. History aud Biography, Voyages and Travels, Poetry and the D-auia, Natural His tory. Mandard aud Uiscellanejus Works. Early Printed Books, etc. l'rlced Catalogues gral's on application. Entire Libraries purchased tor cash. THE KtsGLLSK OKsrOTtK, 10 6 No. 721NANSOM STRKBT. N E W PUBLICATIONS. lALHS AltOl T AIAM AND ill FAMILY. 11 all bound. 2S eta.; luuauii, j cm. 91 A It K kill-: Vim AN; or, BbOW Vonr Colors. En- graylass. lhuio. C'oih, (.5 tis. A useful book fur those about to euter on the active buMne.is ol life. 1IIE,UHENU IIK4HTN AND 11AN1.4. lbinn. Illustrated, clotb, st ct '. Nl'NIR'st TtlAKH OFFRBINU, By the author ot "Walling for the Morning," uto. Muslin, tucts. AMERICAN bCNDAY HOHOOL UNtON, Nc. II2aCSIEdNUThtreet, 10 23t PhlUde'PUlB. JAMES S. EAULIi & SOArS, No. 810 CHESNUT Stroot, In lie attention to their sto k of LOOKING-CLA88ZS, Which they offer at tbe vety LOWH8T FRIOEi. The best luaiiufucture ouly. NEW CllROMO-I.TTUOaRAPm Of every character. Works of Blrlft, Foster, Rich atdsou. Kew I'hrouo alttr Pieyor. etc. KKORAVI&O?, PJCTUBE JBAMES. WINDOW CORNICED, ETC noGi:nv ctKOirrs, War and Humorous Subjects. Bole Agency, (iallety 1 1 PUnUut s on free exhibition. 25 fmwm5p Pb1zES CASIIEU IN K07AL HAVANA, KEN TUCK Y. and MlBsOUUI LOIl'EUlEi. tilrcolars Hint and lufortuail'iu Blveu. JOiFH BTEH. No. 7S BROADWAY, New York. Pout tnioe Boa . AM. 10 18 lut AEFTnBI.-PANT8 SCOURED iNI) H'lBKTCIiKU from 1 to 6 luohea, at oltet, French Weam Dyeing and Bcouring. No.ISi Nj SiJUMTU bUM4 A4 MO, TM RACE tuL I M l GENERAL OPENING IK THl FOLLOWING DEPARTMENTS AT THl "BEE HIVE" WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRY GOODS STORE, No. 020 CHESNUT Stroot. J. W. PROCTOR & CO. Hare now open full and complete Hues of Kcw and Attractive Goods in the follow lug DrpartmoutB. to which the J Invite the attention of CASH BUYERS, BOTH WHOLESALE & RETAIL. Wholesale Buyers, Country Dealers, Buyers for Charitable Institutions, Hotels, etc, will find the most enlarged liber ality In the scale of prices adopted for thi Ir use. Country Storekeepers Will find an opportunity of "SORTING! UP" their Ktocks and buying a SI SOLE DREHS PAT TERN AT WHOLE PIECE TRICES, We shall offer English, French, and Oerniau Hosiery, in Cotton, Merino, IN THE eto. etc.. lor Ladies, Ueuts, aud Call BOSIEHY dren; Merino Underclothing of every AND ULOVE description; English and Frencn DKPAKT- lartan Hosiery: Ladles'. Uenla' MENT and Children a Gloves of all kinds. Job lots of these Uoods constantly Offering. OPENING OF CLOAKS AND MANTILLAS AND WALKING SUITS WILL TAKE PLACE ON TCESDAY. OCT. S. n Will Include Heal aud Imitation Laots and Insertions of all klud; Point Applique, Valenciennes, Cluny and Thread Colla-s; sets Handker chiefs, Barbes, and Coiffures; Ham burg Edgings and Insertions, Cam brio Edgiuga and Insertlous, Muslin Edgings and Insertions; new styles Linen Collars and Cuff ; new styles THE LACE Embroidered Lin n and Cambrio TTMBKOlDKUY sets, Collars and cuffs; Hemstitched AND Linen, Lann and Cambrio Hand FANCY kerchiefs: Embroidered Hanker OOOlH chiefa Iroua 50a. to fit); Misses' Plain DEPART- and Embroidered HaadkercbltT,; MENT Boys' Colored Bordered Handler- chle's; Ueuts' Plain Colored Bor dered and Homstliched Handker chiefs) Veil Baregna In Orenadlne and Tissur: Silk TIei and Hearts In all color; Half Mourning beta and Collars: Mourning Handkerchiefs: Bullllngs ot all kind-; 4-4. 8 4. 12-4 Hllk llluMons, Illusion Sleeves. Habits at d Waists. Linen Collars and Cuffs slightly soiled, closing out at lesa tban half price. Collars Sc., Cuffs loo. pair. OPENING OF CLOAKS, MANTILLAS, AND Ui SUITS yjlVh TAKE PLACE ON TUE3DAY, OCT. 6. In this department will be found Trimmings, Fringes. Oroameuta fljOAK AND and Buttons for Cloaks, Dresses, aud v )ii J3H (suits; Prlnires and Trimmings mau TRIMMINGS, to order; Ureas Braids In ail colors and shades, loo. the piece of six yards varle.ies. Chameleon series. Rou balz Popllus, Panama Cloths nnVf(lOD8 Btrlped Serges, Popllus d'Ecosae! FjEVABT- Veloura ltue and Oitomau, Poplin MENT. Bomnln, Alpacas, Mohairs, Oxo nlans, eto. elc : an exquisite assort ment In prices ranging rrom 873o. to 13 SO per yard. THE "DUCHESSE" AND LA BELLE" SKIRTS ABE SPECIALTIES IN THIS DEPARTMENT. Including Russelt Cloths, Broobe Serges, Cbene Oxonians. Mlk aud MOUBNINQ Sool Ottomans. Irish and French GOODS Poplins, Bombazlues, Biarritz. Al Dk PART- pacas. Mohairs. Meriuo, Crape and uvftT, Australian Cloths; Orey Mixed Coods, elc. etc,; also English Crapes In 4-4, 5-4, and 6-4 widths: Crape Veils, Collars, and Sets, eto. OPENING OF CLOAKS, MANTILLAS. AND vr SUITS WILL TAKE PLACE ON TUESDAY. OCT. t. Will embrace tbe p-o Juota of the following eminent zuaunloiurers: Bonnet & Cle Ouluot .fe Cle, Pon son, Ht'llou, Paule et Joud)urrler. BILK andotbrs. All the desirable makes DKPAKT- Oros Grains, Taffetas Parisie-ne, MENT Oros de Pans, Ccheuilre Buhllme. 1 etc., from tl to 7-60, will te found ropreseuteu. Including, a'so. Colored Tallitfl8;and Poult de Holes. Clianie leon Glaces. Fall Colors la Chenes, Btrlpes, eto. eto. OPENING OF CLOAKS, MANTILLAS, AND "r SUITS WILL TAKE PLACE ON TUESDAY, OCT. 8. Will be found to be an attractive feature, covering every reoulroment of the domeBllo househuld. Extra Heavy 8-4 aud 9 4 Dooble Barosley Dauiasks from II 25: 7 4 and 8-1 il Linen Hamasks lrom7da.; 5-815-8 all Linen Napkins, irom tbe beit bleachenes, $1 60 to SlO per do. an; elegant Kxl.lbltlon Pattern He'; Cloth Napkins and Doylies, Browa'a renowned manufacture, up to I'M a set. A' the leading mauuftctures r TNFN AND or Ireland. England, France, aud HOllffr Oormauy are rrprun'ed lu their K KSl'lNO Bbeetlng aud Buinlng Linens, Pillow Ijk'paBT- Linens, Hncks, Towel', Towellings. Ml-MT. etc. etc. Domestic Cottons. bhlrllUKs, anl Slieeilum. 4-4 Willlamsvllle. Wamsutta, New York Mills, and o'ber celoiated makes, running at wholesale ptlces. Blankets and Quilts in ibeuioHt attractive mnkea, at prlcis In the Interestof the buyers. Heavy Domestic Klbb'd and Honey comb Quilta. Hates' pattern, tt M and 3 iiH iaaty si Id at t and I 50: Mar seilles and olhr In portnil Uillts,10-4, 114, and 11-4, in while buff. pluk. and blue, with Toilets to match, all at ' favorable prices. OPENING OF CLOAKS, MANTILLAS, AND SUITS WILL TAKE PLACE ON TCE3D.Y, OCTOBERS. Au elegant assemblage of these fashionable coverings, from the com uon "P.ald," Long and Muuare, tl tne most recherche productions of the Looms ot Paisley, Edinburgh, Nor wicn. Pans, Nlsui.s, -tc. We have recently ripened about SnO Loug aud ttquare Shawls, tha manufacture ot the renowned jleuoequln," pur fcUAwf'A chased under clrctinislatiO'is more FUK than usually favorable, which we are waRT- enabled to sell at less than gold piicea MENT. for currency. This Is equal to one third less than value. O'lR FUB DEPARTMENT, now In progress of inanulaouire will, in duo time, he found wrrthy uf the at teu'lou of buyers, The same stand ard ol equity In prices and repre sentation ot tuee comparatively little-known articles of Ladles' Cos tume will be paramount with us as heretofore. CLOTHS For Ladles desiring to have their AND own and Children's Over-iarmenla CLOaKINOS. made under their awn supervision. we sall offer an elegant o Election of fashionable CLOAK ING8. embracing all tbe European novelties, for sale by tbe yard. OPENING OF CLOAKS', MANTILLAS, AND SUITS WILL TAKE PLACE ON TUESDAY, OCTOBER . PRY GOODS. PRICE & WOOD. H. W.COBXKB KIOIITII AMD aTlXBEBT, HAVE JU8T BECEIVED FROT1 NEW TORK soo dosen Ladles', Wants', and Children's Gloves, lined; Ladles' Ciotb, Berlin ano topua bilk ulovei, do : Gents' Berlin and Hpon Htlk Oloves. do.; Children's Upon S Ik and Berlin Oloves, lined; Children's Blue Xi'oth Ulovts. Sjariet Cloth Gloves; Ladies' and Chil dren's Huliana Cloth Gloves, etc., eto. Ladies' and Gents' Boalery. ' A large assortment Ladles' Linen Cuffs and Collars. A cheap lot ol Dimity Bands. 13 and 200. 200dosea Ladies' Hemstitched Handaerohleb, all Linen. 19c. Ladles' Hem-stitched Handkerchiefs, 23, IS, tl, 18, 40, ii tOC. Dp IO SI-IO. Ladles' Tucked Handkerchiefs, all Linen. Lao Its' and Gents' Linen Cambrio Uandkerchlors, Very chrap. 2on dtiztn Btrdeye Linen Towels. 12 cents, worth 13 ctnts; large sirs LU en Huckaback Toweis, 25,2S. al, 88 cents; large lr.a Damaxk Towels. IU. S.5. and 75 cenis; Linen Napkins, f l w, t',Q, i, tt rx, 3, np to 3 a dozf n. Bleached and Unbleacbed Table Linens. Bleached and Unbleached Muslins, t anion Flannels, li,'., 16, 19, 20, So, 28, 81, 13, S3, 40, and so ccnu per yard, FLANNELS. TLA9SEIM. Bsrralns In Flannels. All-wool r lanuels. 23, Si. . 88, 45. B0. 82!,7SC f baker Flannels, all wool, yard wlda. Domet Flannels, 12. t, U 2S, SI, II, 40. and 45c. Bed and Grfy Twilled Flannels? "'"' u Plaid HhlrlluR Manne.saud Opera Flannels. Elam Plaids and Plaia f oplins. cheap, A cheap lot of Drcs Goods, ii cenui y9w yard. Black Alpacas and Poplin Alpacas. BLANKET. BLAJfKKTM, A large assortment of Blankets, at the vary lowest tuaraet pritgs. HERINO TE9TM AUD PAN IS. Ladles' and Gents' Merino Vest and P.uhh; Boys' and Girls' Merino Vests and Pauls, at the very .owest market prices. PRICE & WOOD, N.V. COBIEBEIdHin AND VILBEBT N. B. Jouvln's Kid Oloves, best quality, to I sw 1868. JOSEPH H. THORN LEY Would respectful'y present his claims lor a share of public patronage by offering the following Induce ments, Via.; An Attractive Stock. A Splendid Assortment. Frlces Put Down to the Lowest Notch. SPECIAL ATTENTION INVITED T ralsley Shawls. Brocho Shawls. Silks and Dress Goods. Blankets and Flannels. Cloths and Casslmcrcs. LINENS. QUILTS, PIANO and TABLE COVERS, SKIRTS, CORSETS, ETC ETC. JOSEPH H. THORWLEY. N.E.l'or. FJUIITUand SPKLMi (JAKDO, 9 M 8m Bp PHILADELPHIA. TO PEOriUETOKS OF HOTELS, BOARDING-HOUSES AXI SHIPPING. We have a special Wholesale Department for sup ply lug LINEN AND CO 1TO NT SHEETING, TOW ELS. NAPKINS, BIN OLE BED AND BERTH BLANKETS, and other goods particularly adapted to your wauta. All the above kinds ot GOOD4 made np at short notloa If dealred. SI RAWBRIDGE & CLOTHIER, CEMKAL DIIY UOODS STOKE, COB. EI1ITII AUD MARKET STREETS, 727 POPlMIt PllICES 727 r jz y JOB o o o r s. RICKEY, SHARP & CO., No. 727 CHESNUT STHEET, Importers, Jobbers and Retailers, Have now on exhibition THE MOST EXTENSIVE AND DESIRABLE STOCK In this market. Their stock Is unrivalled for EXTENT, VA RIETY and general adaptation to the wants of tha trade. They are In.conslant receipt of BARQAINS, which are freely offered by the yard, pleoe, or package. J. W. PROCTOR & CO., THE "BEE-IIIVE," No. 020 CHESNUT Stroot, INf rULLADELTOIA. RICKEY, SHARP & CO., No. 727 CHESNUT Street, PHILADELPHIA. JJOUSE-FURMieillNO GOODS LINEN DAMASKS, LINEN aUEEiTNOS, DAMASK TOWELS AND TOWELIN03, NAPE INS AND COIL 10$ IN EVERY VARIETY. Together with oar largs stock of DOMESTIC MUSLINS, CRASH, ETC. JOM ;. THOMAS, Nos. 405 and 407 N. SECOND St., g 2d rp PHILADELPHIA. r0 COUNTRY ME B CHANTS. We have now In store a very large and varied as sortment of LADIES' CLOAKIfTGS. By calling on ns yon can uot enly see all the styles In vogue, but be supplied I j (juan titles to auit at tbe lowest wholesale raus. Comparison of stuck aud ; ilues with any wholesale bouse solicited. bampleaseut by mall tsh n doslred. STRAWBRIDGE & CLOTHIER CESTR1L EMPORIUM, tOB.ElUUTU AND IIABKBT MBEKTsj, DRY GOODS. Itttm PHILADELPHIA. SOLI) AT A H A C B I F I C H. BLACK VnJ ULAl K 1CNUL18H CBAPE3, hLiCK FRENCH CHAPKS, BLACK ECULISH CHAPE VEILS, IlLAlK TARLATANS, Slack ukal thkead laoes, black imitation laces, black r1bbonb. BlKov&rb.. WmWIFI0E.TOCL08EwBDKSINE 10 my tlo, 10W UHhMN UT tvffl, QRAND OPBNING Of LYONS AND GERMAN 3IANTIILA TELYETS, KulTrIWMTY PBR 0tlrr' "SI THIB1 BKODLAB.XlclE9iM(1 offMlD iMna d 15LACK AKD C0ixKLD YELTETEEUS, In feat variety, at price, that cannot b. nndarsaU. NOW ON EXHIBITION, A magnificent and extensive stock of PARIS AKD GERMAN DRESS GOODS In all popular and novel textures. Prlcs guaranteed less tban our competitors. 1 ASrEJIDID DISPLAY OF SUAtTLS IN ALL OBADIH, Comprising Paisley, Chalnlalne, Brochs, Blanket, tto, sic, at Mcelroy & co.'s, Nos. 4 and G North EIGHTH Street, 10 28 Wfmlmrp ABOVE MATtKHT. B L A N K E T AND FLANNEL ESTABLISHMENT. NEW FALL GOODS. All description, of th. best make. UNBHR INST ABLE " LAN NILS, as ROGERS' ENGLISH PATENT. REAL WELSH AND BAXONT, BALLABDVALE AND DOMET, fcllAKER, BOTH WHITE AND BUB, PLAID AND PRINTED OPERA, GILBERT'S OPERA, all oolona. Domestic, White, Red and Grey Ilearlest Eflglish and American CANTON FLANNELS. ALSO, SUPERIOR QUALITY BLANKETS AU-Wool and Extra widths, for beat family MEDIUAt BLANKETS, For Hotels, and Pnblio Institutions. CRIB AND CRADLE BLANKETS, SUEPPARD, VAN IIARLIXGEH ARROT, No. 1008 CHESNUT Street. 10 21 wfmlOtrp PHILADELPHIA. sVSILLKKEN'S LINEN STORE, No. 828 ARCH STREET. SEVERAL CHEAP LOTS OP TOWELS, TOWELLNGS BY THE YARD, TABLE LLES, NAPKINS, LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS. The largest stock of LINEN GOODS la the City; 9 sowtcai WOOD HANGINGS. rjJHS MAGNIFICENT NHW EOOMfl OP TBK WO OD E ANQING COMPANY; No. 1111 CHESNUT STREET, Are now open, where they ar. prepared to respond to all ordeia at th. shortest nolle. Th. pnblio ar Invited to call and examine th. beautiful effects of WOOD HANGING In WALL DECORATIONS, And get correct and reliable Information In refer etioo to Ita adaptation, cost, and all particulars respecting; th. same. Slmwttmrg PAPER HANGINGS, ETO. yl ALL P A P E R 8. WE ABE NOW RETAILIBfO OUB IMMENSE STOCK OF PAPER HANGINGS, FOR HALLS. PARLORS. Eto.' NEW GOODS constantly coming In, and flrst-elasi workmen sent to any part of th. country, HOWELL & BOTJRKE, Corner of FOURTH and MABKET Mrnw2m PHILADELPHIA. HATS AND CAPS. J0BE8, IEMPLH 4 CO. FA a IO N A B L B HAH IBIj No. S B. NINTH Street, wni door aboy. Uheanot s treat. I aWAKBDBl'ON'8 IMPSOTBD VKNTI Uted.and asy-flttlns; Dreaa , HsU (Patsstted) all the Improved fashions of IbeaeaaoB. CHI) MPT Btreet. ne dnor to th. Poet Offloa. Ulitnp glMES' PURE COD LIVER OIL! Ther. are several speoles of Gados. Only tho OadM llorrhua, caught at Newloundland, yields Oil rich 1st medicinal vlr uca. To secure this. Mr. tUmes. at as .uornious expense, made arrancem.uu i pa th. spot, aad by a lota'ly new proeaa. piepared Oil fresh frona "b. liver, ot lb. Bab. Attar careful aaalysis and -tusive trial by themedlcalprofe4iloB.8laiay POM COD LIVEB OIL is now prououuotd lacjmparaUiy superior to all oilier preparations ol the aam. rtlo In the market. Free from smell, dellolous to tas i "-Jj. and leaded with all the nutrient and ouratij. pwr i I mi which rendar Cud Llvtr OU latuoua aaatuora- Tid ID th. orlslnal .ty ot bott... la. -alla. Inia.and wrapiiera employed by o'mw. rtswM. saleaiid rtlall only by WITAS71 UAIVK. Apothecary. iq inawrnl fBuooeasor to Pamnel BlmesJ.