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THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY JUNE 19, 1869.
3 1 Til At JUH1LKE. The Dolnfm of the Third (J rent Inynmtoa OTrrwhrhned with Nolne and Mad with ln thnftlnsm. Jin consequence , of. nnutraal delays in the mails, the following letter; which Bhuuld have appeared In onr column yestcrduy.dld not reach the city until last evening. Ei. Evk. Tkl. Frvm Our Own Qnrtupomlent. , Boston, June 17. Crowded as wa yesterday' concert at the Coliseum, it was nothing compared to the almost incalculable mass of human being assembled there to-day. It is estimated that to-day's as sembly numbered fully 50,000, aud I ' should say this is rather under than overratod. In fact, so great was the ninli that shortly after 3 o'clock it became necessary to close the doors and refuse admittance to all coiners after that time. I have been informed that the receipts of yesterday, exclusive of season tickets, were 172,000. If so (and I do not doubt it, by any means), to-day's receipts muet have been over $100,000. There were fully ten thousand people refused admittance, even with ticket. In short, so orowded was the Coliseum that, to use a popular expression, you could not drop a pin. The heat in the galleries was almost insupportable, although the building is excellently ventilated. Many Indies fainted, and It was witn the utmost exertions that they could be removed from the building- through the colossal mass of hum vn beings. This throng of to-day was partly owing to its being a holiday, the anniversary of the Uattlo of Bunker Hill, and partly beeauij the programme was a popular one, madu up chicHv of such pieces as arc well known to everybody who has music in his soul. I append you the programme for perusal: THIllD WAV'S CONCEUT OF THE NATIONAL PEACE JUHIl.EE. PAUT I. 1. Overture, "Fra Diavole" Aube Arranged for Orchestra of Uno TiiotiKund Perlormera Fifty lYumpeters performing tue nolo purl. 2. Choral, "J ifrmont Hymn" Luthor Chorus, Oriran, and Orchestra. . 3. Urand March, "Pea re festival." Janotta Composed tor tills oei-MHioii, and arrangoi for Urand Or cheatru and MiliUiy liund combined. 4. Aria, Robtri, Uit que fm'w Meyerbeer Rps - Sung by Aiadume Parpa-Rosa. ' 6. Scena, from "II Trovatore," introducing tbo Anvil Uhorns Verdi With Chorus, Band of One Thousand, One Hundred An vils, several Drum Corps, Artillery, liells, eto. The , Anvil part will be performed liy One Hundred Members of the Boston Fire Department. 6. Overture Triompiiale on the American National Air, "HailOolnmbia" O. G. Converse Introducing the Full Choru. noconipuniod by the Or chestra, Military liund, and other accompaniments. ....... . J'Aitr ii. 1. Marche Militulre, "Prince Frederick" Bilse Band of One Thousand I'erl'orniei s. 2. National Air, "The rjtur-Sp:inled liannor." finng by Madame Paropa-Kona, wjth Chorus ani Orches tral accompaniment. 3. Aria for Trumpet, from "II Hravo" Morcadante Performed by M, Arbut-klo, with Orchestra accompani. IllfOlt. 4. The Harp thnt Once Thro' Tara'a Halls Moore Arranged tor Full Chorus, (.rani Orchestra, Military lnnd and Orsan. 5. Overture, "Stradella". Plotow Herd Hand of Five Hundred Performers. . 6. Choral, One Hundredth Psalm. Chorus, Organ, Orchestra, Military Band, eto. Mr. (lilniore was the conductor for the day, and it is but just to say that he performed his task exceedingly, well. His appearance in the orchestra was the sigual for considerable enthu siasm. -The overture to Fra Diavolo, which opened : the day's programme, was played gloriously; the opening drum solo was beaten by about thirty drummers, while the fifty trumpeters performed . the solo in the beginning of the allegro adinl . rably, especially the second time. Enthusiastic ' applause was bestowed upon the performers of the overture. Luther's "Judgment Hymn" received ample justice from the hands, or rather the lungs, of the chorus. "The Grand Peace March." com poecd for this occasion (and wo hope played for this occasion only) by Bignor Janotta, is exceed . ingly trashy. It is a poor, we may safely say a very poor, imitation of Meycrbeor's "Coronation March," from The Prophet, aud though it was well enough played by the orchestra aud band, numbering some eleven hundred performers, failed to make any impression whatever. "Let us have peace," and not be obliged to hear such trashy compositions. In the original programme for the festival it was stated that this march was to be written by some European composer; why tiignor Janotta was selected we cannot conceive. Where were Messrs. Elchberg, Koppitz, G. F. Bristow, Fairlamb, and others too numerous to . mention? "Robert, tol quo j'alme," gave Madame Parcpa Rosa a fine opportunity to display her wonderful voice in short, the only voice that could ' have been found in America to fill this vast edi fice. , The aceompanimcut, though well played by a small orchestra, suffered somewhat from the want of one or two harps, for wlilch Meyer beer had written it originally. Madame Kosa's effort was warmly applauded. . Then followed Verdi's "Anvil Chorus," given, as before, with chorus, orchestra, anvils, and cannon. The effect was tremendous, as it . always is, and an encore was demanded and f promptly given. So great is the desire to hear this popular piece aud the national air, "The Star-Spangled Banner," that it has been resolved ... to introduce these two morceaux into every pro- ; - gramme. " Vox popnli, vox inundi." s Converse's "Overture Trlomphale," on "Ilail Columbia." was next on the programme. Its construction shows a clever musician, and we consider the overture a fine work, though in some parts it is rather dragiry. It opens with an andante in common time, changing to 6-4; this Is followed by an allegro alia breve, in which some of the modulations are rather queer. A short poco nieno follows, and ' then the chorus sines "liaii uoiumDia, with artillery accompa t ninient." : With this the work ought to close, for this part is really immensely effective. But the : composer has added a kind or coda, which rather lessens the effect of , it. The overture cheated a marked impression, and received con siderable applause. The second part opened with Bilse's "Grand March," played by the full baud. It was well iriven. thouirh the teiuvo was too slow. Then followed the "Star-Spaugled Banner," , Mme. Parepa-Rosa singing the solo after the first sixteen bars. In the last verse Mine Parepa-Uosa held out a ion" B flat (in which key the air was sung), and It was truly wonderful how the note was heard above the chorus of . 10.000. the baud of 1100, the oriran and the cannon. The effect was electrifying; the audience cheered and insisted upon a repetition, which was elven. Mr. Arbuckle next played a trumpet solo .finely..- lie has good tone, uud plays witu con hirlcruhle exuressiou. "The Harp that Once Through Tara's Halls" was next suug by tue luu eiiorus very niceiy. 4'lotow's overture to MrwkUa was then per formed bv a reed band of 500, aud but for some unnilr niceolos and E Hat clurlonettcs, was well ' glve and received a good share of applause. The concert then concluded with the One Hun dredth Psnlui, given by chorus, organ, orchestra, , and cannon with great eft jet. .. . - To-morrow we are to have another classical programme, aud on Saturday the festival will rloe with a concert by the childreu of the pub lic schools. Tim nearer the Festival approaches Its close, the greater seems to become the anxiety of the people to aiieuu; auu icm. ' i.petHil nt to-morrow's and Saturday's concert The bull this evening promises also to be a grand iiiwm. ns a e-reat number of tickets have beon . sold for it. The interior decorations of the building are to be increased for this occasion Tomorrow eveninc Manager Field, of the Bo ton Museum, will give a performance at that - nine, eomrjlimeutarv to tue press now repru tented here, on which occasion Mr. William Warren will appear in A Victim of Circum stances una Sweethearts and H'tofls, which will be attended, amongst otuers, uy u buahp. Blondtn has been divorced. -UismarW is expected In London. t mi ( o-olnir to the Golden Gate. Naaby lectured 130,000 Into his pockets, last Afason. Ktverdy has reverted to the Baltimore Supreme Court. MUSICAL AUD DRAMATIC. The City AmuHfmonl. Atihk Walnut Mr. Charles Waleot will have a benefit this evening, when the drama of the f l.rat Man will be Kiven, with Mr. Kverlv as "Kotii-rt llrlorlv " and Mr. Waleot a "llawkshaw." Tm fwT- forinaiiee will conclude with fofxrf Maciir., In wSl.;h Mr. llarton II III will appear as "Robert M ictlre "ami Mr. Waleot as "Jacques Strop." Mr. Woloot I an excellent actor, and we hope that Ms benefit Will attract a crowded house. On Monday Arrah-n- limit wUl be produced. Ar tiik TiiRatkr Comioi'b Miss Snsan Galton will appear for the last time this afternoon anil evening. ai me matinee "cg will be given, ana in the even ln(r A Varriaii by Lantrrn and lAnchen ami Frill chtn. Hctween these pieces Miss Gallon will king .'The Htnr-Hpangh Hanner." t At tub Amkkican attractive, variety entertain ments will be given this afternoon ami evening. news junmAnr. i CI Mr Affair. E?amlncrs Messick and Batturs consumed several hours yesterday in taking testimony in the contested "election case. At a meeting of the employing plumbers held lost evening, the following was adopted: Jiesolneil, That on and after July 1, lbOJ, we will not buy any materials from any dealers that sell to parties ut engaged in the plumbing busi ness. Francis M. .Morgan, residing at No. 8035 Summer street, was drowned yesterday in .the Schuylkill at Fairinouut. The Coroner was notified. Jof eph N. Pclrsol, Esq., City Treasurer, has received a circular in reference to the paying of pensions, from K. W, Mackcy, State Ircasurcr, stating he has reason to believe that fraud is being perpetrated on the Treasury Department In the payment of "pensions to the soldiers of the war of 181:3. " He calls the atteution of Mr. Pclrsol to the act of 24th March, 1803, which provides that application shall be attested an nually by nllldavit, and asks his co-operation to prevent frauds, by Insisting upon strict compli ance with all the provisions of tho law. The act referred to provides "that the nllldavit required shall be made before the Court of Common Picas of the county in which the applicant for pension shall reside at the time of making his or her ap plication, which allldavit shall be attested by the Vrothonotury or clerk of the Court, with the seal of the Court attached, or in the event of the applicant being too sick or Infirm to make appli cation to such Court, the allidavit may be made before an alderman or justice of tho peace, which nlfidavit shall bo supported by two re spectable citizens, under oath or atllrmatlon, stating such sickness or Infirmity." The act further provides "that every application for cither a gratuity or annuity under the provisions of the act shall be attested, annually, by an atll davit as aforesaid, and the application of any person shall bo endorsed as meritorious bv one of the judges of the Court before which, tlw tiHidavit required by the act shall bo made." Domestic Affairs. Gold clofcd yesterday at 13(1J. President Grant was in New York yestcr- oay. . - . J lie a aval ltncticc squadron is ai tortrcss Monroe. -Vice-President Colfax went to Plttsfleld, Mass., yesterday. -Miss Minnie warren was yesterday married to Commodore Nutt at Bridgeport. A further reduction In the clerical torce ot the Treasury Department is being made. -Jolin . Darin' uo., oauKcrs, or at. louis, suspended business yesterday morning. Freitcut cars crossed tue Missouri river, yes terday, opposite St. Louis, for tho first time. Cars began running yesterday for the first time on the Atchison, Topcka, and Santa Fe It ail road. Einhty thousand acres of the Pottawattomie reservations, in Kansas, have been sold to settlers. Senator Itamhcv crocs to France to arrange the basis of tho Postal Convention with the United States. Mrs. Man' B. Madden, convicted of the mur der of her son-in-law, Obadiah Jones, In July last, is to be hanged in Boston. 1 A rumor, somewhat doubtful, however, Is being circulated, tha Henry Keep, President of tue JMoriu western luuuuiiu, is ueuu. Minister McMahou has not been Heard irom by our State Department. It is reported that his despatches are intercepted by Lopez. William 11. Mnitn nas been appointed As sistant Revenue Assessor, and S. Lcedom Smith Gauger for the i ourth Pennsylvania District. It is rumored that an expeditionary force of fifteen hundred men from Philadelphia, were to leave New York for Cuba last night. The Junta deny it. me Bradley- isncr linoroinio, in wasnine:- ton, has been revived, Bradley bringing suit against Flsucr tor $ 'J),vw damages, sustained by being excludod from the court. The Commissioner of Internal Revenue has decided that newspapers are not manufactured articles, within tho meaning of the revised statute, but that editors aud publishers must pay a tax as dealers. - Information has been received by the State Department at Washington, ot trie lormai pre' sentation of Minister Motley to Lord Clarendon Mr. Motley has not yet been presented to tne Queen, in consequence of her absence from London. Foreign Affairs. The King of Denmark yesterday addressed a meetinir ot the Kltle uorps. The debate in the House ot Lords last nisrut was animated and protracted, and without any definite result. In the Spanish Cortes yesterday, a proposi tion was debated for tho reduction by the Gov' ernment of the public rentes. 1 he EniriisU press ot yesterday declare that. luduinir from the tone of the debates in the House of Lords on the subject, disestablishment is a foregone conclusion. The shore end of the French ocean cable was laid yesterday at Brest. The Great East- t rn had not arrived at that port, but when she does the submergmg of the wire will go ou L'nnrmorcd War l'rlsratf. Her Majesty's screw frigate Inconstant, 40(16 tons, iron bunt, witu an outer sueatniug ot wood, unarmored, 1000 horse-power nominal, ltt guns, is now lying; at Portsmouth. She is a bold. handsome-looking frigate, with a bow as long and fine, proportionately to tonnage, as that of a racing cutter. The necessity for swift ocean cruisers experl iinAnl In IliA I'nltoH Sitiitaa Muw rlurlmr tliA progress of the wnr between the North and tho South led to the design and construction of un armored vessels of war of which the Wampanoag mas' be taken as the type of the class from au American polut of view, as tho Inconstant repre sents the same description of vessel from a British point of view. As swift unarmored ocean cruisers, they are specially Intended to destroy the mercantile murine of a hostile power, and to prevent, as lar as may no possible, losses of a like character in their own mercan tile service. The great features of tho designs, both la America aud in this country, consist. therefore, of extreme proportion and fineness of form with large engine-power, In : order to secure hltrli speed under steam; a hirge spread ot cauvas being also intended to be given la order to enauie tne snips to keep the sea under sail alone, aud so leuirtben the time during which the ship could keep in her bunkers a supply of coal for emergencies. Tho Americans were tuo urst to adopt tue principle of swift, unorinored ocean cruisers, and in tho ulllcliil and private notices of these ships pub lished in America no secrt was made of the fact that it was against the English merchant navy they were likely to prove specially ser- viceublo in the event of war any time between the two countries a conclusion we owe to tho exploits of certain Confederate vessels during the struggle between tho North and South. The power lor mischief of such vessels lu these days, when the speed of ships f war is neccs unrll - ruled to some extent by the weight of the defensive armor they carry, was so self-evident (hut or own naval authorities a.ouce coufoswed tho Importance of the new principle al ptcd In the American navy, and the advantage of add ing vessels to the English navy which could cflcctually compete with the Wampanoag and her consorts. In designing the Inconstant the chief points kept in view have nocessarily been similar to those held by the American authorities high speed under steam, largo coal-carrying power, a large spread of canvas to enable her to keep the ca, and to Insure manoeuvring power under fall. In addition, she was Intended to carry an armament greatly exceeding In power that of the American ships. It was also felt that since she was intended to keep tho sea for a con siderable time, tho maintenance of her high speed necessitated the adoption of somo eillclcnt dan for the prevention of tho fouling ot her mil below the water-line, and that this could bo best accomplished by covering her bottom with copper sheathing; at tho samo time, owing to the ship's great length, fineness of form, and great engine-power, her structural strength required that she shonld be built of iron. Hence it is that the Inconstant is an Iron-built ship, having an outer coating of wood planking, and upon tho latter tho copper shcathUz has been fastcucd, without fear of any galvanic action resulting. In her principal dimensions the Inconstant measures: length between per pendiculars, 3;J7 feet 4 Inches; breadth, 51 feet l inches; mean draught of water, 23 feet 8 Inches; burden in tons, 400(1; load dis placement, 55.r)0 tons. She is about two feet I.- i- ., .1 f 'tru .... ..... .. i i .... i, Pompanoosuc, the largest vessel of the American Wampanonir class, and her Joad displacement Is also greater than that of the Pomnanoosuc by about 1G0O tons. She is a loftier ship ont of the water than the American ships, as she will carry her main-deck guns 11 feet and 12 feet out of water, while the Wampanong aud her consort only carry their main-deck guns 7 feet and 8 feet elenr of water. This must obviously give a great advantage to tho Inconstant as regards the power of fighting guns In a seaway. Rc e.'ting here to the form of tho Inconstant In con nection with her estimated speed, it may be observed that she is not so fine in her lines ns the Wampanoag, yet she is exceptionally fine for a ship of war; and that while in the Warrior the proportion of length to breadth does not exceed 6 to 1. in the Inconstant it is nearly 0V to 1. As far as form and proportions arc concerned, therefore, the condi tions appear most favorable to the attainment by tho Inconstant on her trials of a very hljrh speed. The intended speed of the Inconstant is 10 knots per hour, nnd the engines manufactured by Messrs. John Pcnn and Sou, are of such a character as to render the attainment of this high rate of speed almost a certainty. The engines are of 1000 horse-power nominal, and are Identi cal In their arrangement with those of the Belle rophon; and like those will Indicate a power ex ceeding WW horse, ihe Jnconstaut has been furnished with greater boiler power than the Bellerophon, nnd, considering that the latter ves sel Is nenrly 40 feet shorter, 0 feet broader, has about 1700 tons greater displacement than the. lornier, nnd has been driven at a speed exceed ing 14 knots in a six hours' sea trial, it Is but a fair assumption that the Inconstant, with her additional boiler power, will fully attain her esti mated speed of 15 knots. The Wanipanoas class were intended to at tain about the same rate of speed, but in all In stances, except that of tho Wampanoag herself, tney nave tailed to exceed thirteen knots, lno Madawaka, a duplicate vessel to Wampanoasr, and with duplicate boilers, only reached Vi-7 Knots; and the uuauanooga, a smaller vessel but with great engine power, only reached thir teen knots. Mr. B. F. Isherwood, the Chief of tho Bureau of Steam Engineering at Washington, in his reply addressed to Mr. Gideon Welles, the Secre tary of the United States Navy, to Commodoro Alden'e report on the trial of the Wampanoag, draws attention to this loss of speed by the Mndawaska and the Chattanooga as compared with tho 12-7 knots per hour made by the first named vessel, and distinctly asserts this loss was owing to tho engines of the two vessels being on the direct action principle, while thoso of the wampanoag were geared. MARINE TELEGRAPH. For additional Marine Newt tee First Page. ALMANAC FOB PHILADELPHIA THIS DAT. Bern Rises , 4'2SMoom Rv.ts...., Sun Bets. 7 Wtliua Wateb.. ..1012 OLEARKD YESTERDAY. Btenmdliip Juniata, Hnxie, Havana and New Orleans, Philudelpbia and Southern Mail HteaniHliip Co. Steamship Tonawanda, Jennintrs, Savannah, Philadelphia ana rwutnern man Bieamsuip lo. Rteumer Diamond btate, Webb, Baltimore. A. Orovos, Jr, ....... If-. ..I . X7 7 l. ur u . '1 1 k. I riorw. DriR Keinuipn, reaerson, uorn lororaors, i. wea. lergaara r n. o. Schr W. H. Hilles. Burgess, Alexandria. D. S. Rtetnon.tOo. Krhr Willie Mowe, Hilton. Cambridge, E. A. Ssuder fc Go. hebr little. 1 aylor. tsoston. iaviu Itooper. Tuff Hudson. Nichols. Baltimore, and Ohrsaneake. Merri new, Delaware uiiy, witn vows 01 Dargee, w. r. uiyae c ARRIVED YESTERDAY. Steamship Saxon. Hears. 4H hours from Boston, with mdse. and paKseiiKera to Henry Winsor & Uo. Off the (Japes, saw a ship bound In ; below the Brandy wine, briff Neva, bound up; below the Ledee Lisht, briff Itabia (Ital.), from Pa lermo ; below Bombay Hook, brig Loch Loinond, from Zaza. Btearner Black Diamond, Meredith, 84 hours from New York, with indue, to VV. Ai. Baird t Va. Steamer W. WbiUdin, Kingans, 13 hours from Baltimore, wiio incise, to a. oroves, jr. Steamer Beverly, Pierce, 24 hour, from New York, with mdse. to W. P. Clyde A Co. Br. barque Mary Russell Mitford, Berry, 55 day, from London, with mdse. to H. Karate.. Br. barque Melbourne, Horton, 45 day, from Liverpool, With mdse. to Petei Wright A Sons. Brig Alice M. Putnam, Atwuod, 10 days from Matanzas, with molasses to K. O. Knight fc Co. vessel to Warren A Greitff. Br. brig Abstainer, Elderkin, 14 days from Caibarion, with molaaHe to S. A W. WeUh. Schr bailie, Kootten, Sdays from Sassafras river, Md., with grain to Christian fc Co. Schr R. S. Conner (new), Pardee, 1 day from Magnolia, Pel., with grain to Jas. L. Bewley A Co. Schr Olivia, Fox, 1 day from Odessa, Del., with grain to Jas. L. Bewlev A Co. Tugs Thomas Jefferson, Allen, from Baltimore, and Chesapeake, Merrihew, from Delaware City, with tows ot bargee to W. P. Clyde A Co. Special Depa1c to Th Kwtiing Trltaraph. Uatbk de-Grace, June 19. The following boat left here for Philadelphia this morning: Elisabeth Collins, with coal, for Wilmington. Patterson A Lippinoott, with lumber to Patterson A Lip pincott, OirTtttxmrlmc mf The Eventnq JWwnpfc. K ASTON A McM AHON 8 BULLETIN. Nrw Yoitu Office, June 18. But one boat leave to night, the N. O. Alvord, with rye, for Philadelphia. Baltimore Branch Office, June 18. The following barges leave in tow to-night, eastward: Harvest Moon; Goddess ot Liberty; E. J. Viokery; Myrtle ; Cascadilla ; and A. U. Griswold, all with coal for New York. Ellen ; G. C. Gere ; and Dido the latter for Wilmington lett in addition to those reported yesterday. MEMORANDA. Steamship Pioneer, Barrett, hence, at Wilmington, N. C, yesterday. Steamer Millville, Renear, at New York 17th Inst,, from Millville. Barque E. A. Souder, Payne, for New York soon, waa at Antwerp 3d inat. ri. br Alice G. Grace, Gilchrist, for Philadelphia, cleared at St. John, N. B-, ltith inst. Schr Richard Vaux, Whitaker, from Wilmington, N. C at Boston 17th inst. Schr Sarah Clark, Griffin, for Philadelphia, sailed from Noaok 16t u inst. , Schr Hannibal, Fox, henoe for Bridgeport, at New York 17th inst. , Bohr 0. S. Watson. Adams, from Bridgeport for Phila delphia, passed Hell Gate 17th inst. Schr 8. A K. Corson, Brown, cleared at Wilmington, N. C, ltith inst., for New York. , , Schr Bee, Lloyd, sailed from Itiohmond 17th inst., for Philadelphia via Burwell'a Bay. . ... . Schrs Mary E. Coyne, Faoemire, and SoarsvHle, Chase, for Philadelphia, sailed from Prnvidenoe ltith inst. Schrs Mary, Gilchrist, and Robert Palmer, henoe, at Georgetown, 8. C, 7th inst. , Schr K. G. Irwin, henoe. at Georgetown. 8. O., 13th inst. Schr John O. Henry, Dilks, for Philadelphia, cleared at Salem 8ih inst. . , , Schr Cyrus Fossott, Harding, from St. John, N. B., for Philadelphis, at Holmes' Hole P. M. loth lust., and sailed again next morning. . . . ,., Schr Win. Slater, Walls, from St. John, N. B., forWil mington, Del., at Newport l&th inat. NOTICE TOMARINER8. ' The Italian Government has given notice that from the 1Mb day of May, 1NW, the following alteration would take place in the lights of the port of Naples: 1. The Hied and flashing white light situated on St. Vin cent mole, in the military port, to a fixed aud Hashing red light, slmwiug a tlash every 311 seconds, visible at a distance of ten miles. Within the port the light will remain white. S. The temporary green light on the extremity of th above mule to a red fight, elevated forty-six foet above the sea, visible two miles. Within the tiurt the light will be The red light ou the extremity of RL Gennaro mole, in the mercantile port, to a green light elevated lilty-thrM feet above the sea, and which in clear weather will ha seen from adisunoe ef six miles. Within the port the light will, as before, appeal whit. I pOPUIAB PRICES FOR SR t OJUD3 RICKEY, SHARP & CO., No. 727 CDESMU3 Street. i i j REDUCTION IN DRESS GOODS. Poplinettes. Japanese Silks. Grey Goods for Snits. Embroidered Grenadines. Lawns. Ginghams. Chintzes. Chocolate Colored Linens. Chocolate Colored Percales. White Goods. LKournin; Goods. RICKEY, SHARP & CO., "SO. 727 CIIESXUT STREET, iDtrrp Philadelphia. PRICE & WOOD, N. W. CORNER EIGHTH AND FILBERT. WHITE GOODS! WHITE goods: Plaid and Stripe Nainsook Muslins. Plaid Swiss Muslins and Tlaid Organdies. Shirred Muslins and Tucked Muslins. Soft-finish Cambrics, Jaconets, Kaiusooks, Vic toria Lawns. Swiss Muslins and India TwUied Long Cloths. Piques, Piques, verj cheap. LINEN GOODS! LINEN GOODS! Linen Towels, Napkins, and Doylies. Bleached and Unbleached Table Linens. Russia and American Crash, etc Colored Tarletana for covering. Mosquito Bar Netting, by the piece or yard. BLACK SILKS ! BLACK SILKS! Black Gros Grain Silk, cheap. . Cheap lot of mixed Dress Goods, 23, 5Ttf, 43. , ' . French Lawns, 88 cents a yard. Shirting Percales, yard wide, 25 cents a yard. ' Bargains In Ladies' and Gents' Hosiery and Gloves Gents' Summer Underwear, very cheap. FANS! FANS! FANS! Linen Fans, Japanese Fans, Autograph Fans, and Silk Fans. Hamburg Edgings and Inscrtings, etc. etc . Magio Kuffllngs, Coventry Rurtllngs, and Mar scUIcb Trimmings. 4 3 sw PRICE & WOOD, N. W. CORNEU EIGHTH AND FILBERT. ' GEO. D. WISHAM, No. 7 N. EIGHTH St., Is now prepared to offer one of the largest and best eleoted stocks of DRESS GOODS TO BE FOUND IN TIIK CITY, AND WILL BE SOLD AT THE LOWEST CASH PRICES. NEW GOODS OPENING DAILY. Black Silks! Black Silks I BLACK TAFFETA, only Ittsa BLACK GROS GRAIN, HEAVY, 12-00. BLACK GROS GRAIN, WIDE, $2-00. BLACK GROS GRAIN, RICH, 12-20, 12-60, 2-T0, f 3-00 13-50, 4-00, t4-60, ffi-00. , FOR BARGAINS CALL AT GEO. I. WISlTAItl'g . ONE PRICE STORE, No. T North EIGHTH Street OUR MOTTO SMALL PROFITS AND QUICK SALES. 4 15 thstuSmrp COOPER & C0NARD, S. E. COR. NINTH AND MARKET STS, Only to the end of this month for the low price before rebuilding. Come now, while the stock is fresh. 1 T fsm EYRE & LANDELL, FOURTH AND ARCH, nAVE REDUCED ALL 8UMMER GOODS TO CLOSE THEM OUr. LADIES PREPARING FOR THEIR SUMMER TOURS CAN BE SUITED IN DRY GOODS ADAPTED TO THEIR WANTS. - 1LACK LLAMA LACE POINTES EYRE & LANDELL. FOURTH AND ARCH STREETS, HAVE THIS SEASON MADE ! LLAMA LACK I'OINTES A LEADING ARTICLE, AND NOW OFFER THE Jil'.S l ArhUll I ilie-IVi i:n THIS CITY. LLAMA POINTKS, FltO.M fli TO UM). LLAMA POI.NTKS, WHOLLSALE. i LLAMA LACK JAC'KLTH. HK'Hl'K8, OI.AS, AND ROTONDES. ' WU1TE4 OF ALL GRADES, . 4astuthSm DRV GOODS. RAILROAD LINES. nHILAPFXPHIA, WILMINGTON, A"r I BALTIMORE RAILROAD TI.rlE TA HT.P. t!r,mmir.annlnr MMNDA V. M 10. 180'i. Trains will leava Depot eomer Broad street and w asDirrton avenue lo'iows, Wav Mall Train at ft 30 A M rSnndavsexeapted), Connecting with Delaware Railroad at Winning ton for Crlnfleld and tnternidtte stations Express Train at 12 M. rsundavs excepted), ror T? . 1 , I ... ...a wA Mf ..1. !n..Afl ,lAni.ln. a. WllinlntT. ton, Perryvlile, ) Havre-Or-Orane. Uonneots t Wilmlnidon with train for New Oastle. Express Train at 4-00 P. M. (Sundnvti excepted), for HflKimora and WashlnKton, itopiini( at Utiea tr, TLnrlow, Linwood, ulaymont, WIlmlDgton, Newport, Stanton, Newark, Elkton, North Kiut, Ubarle'town, Porryvllle. HaTre-de-Oraoe, Aber deen, Ferryman's, Edge wood, Magnolia, Uhane'8, and (Stenimer'i Run. Nlnrht Express at 11 30 P. M- rd&llTi. for Haiti- more and Wafliin)(tn, atopiilnic at Oboster, Thar- low, iiawoo(l, tllaymont, Wilmlnnton, IN o warn. Elkton. North-Enit. Porrvrllle. Havre-de-Orace, Ferryman's, and Mnifmdia. Paosenirers fr Eortresi Monroe and Norfolk Will take the 12 00 M. train. "WILMINOTON TRAINS. Stopping at all stations between Philadelphia and Wilmington Leave Philadelphia at It 00 A. M., 2 80, 100, anl 7 00 P.M. The 6 00 P M. Train connacta with Delaware Rullroal for Harrington and interme diate Stations. Leave Wtlmlnarton 6 80 and ft-10 A. M.. 1 30. 4 15, and 7 0 P. M. The 810 A M. Train will not atop between Chester and Philadelphia, Tne 7 P. M. Train from Wilmington runs dally; all other Ac commodation Trains Sundays excepted. From Baltimore t Philadelphia. Leave Balti more 7 25 A M.. Wrt Mail: B-:s4 A. M . Express; 2-36 P, M , Express: 7'25 P. M., Express. SUNDAY TRAIN FROM BALTIMORE. Leaves Baltimore at 7 25 P. M.. stnpplnz at Mag nolia, Ferryman's, Aberdeen, Havre-de-Grace, Fcrryvllle, (Jharlostown, North-East, Elkton, Newark-, fctnnton, Newport, Wiluilugton, Ulay moot, Linwood, and Chester, PHILADELPHIA AND BALTIMORE CEN TRAL RAILROAD TRAINS. Stopplnur at all stations on ( heater Creole and Philadelphia and Baltimore Central Railroad. Leave Philadelphia lor Port Deposit (Sundays exeepted) at 70t A. M , and 4 80 P. M. The 7 00 A M Train will stop at all stations bo tween Philadelphia and Lamokin. a i-reignt Train, witn fassenger car attacnod, will leave Philadelphia dally (exoepl Sundays; at 1 00 P. M , running lo Oxford. Leave Fort Deposit for Philadelphia- (Sundays excepted) at 6 40 A M., 0 26 A. M , and 4 20 P. M. Trains leaving Wilmington at 0 80 A. M. and 416 P. M will connect at Latnokin Junction with the 7 00 A M. and 4-30 P. M. trains for Baltimore Cen tral Railroad. Throuirh tickets to all points West. South, and mi t li a.-uf mnv 1.A nrititiir.il A. n-lnlrjir Mm. .a Tt 828 Chesnut street. nmW Continental viotel, wlere also State Room.-, and Berths in Slooping Cars can be secured during tl o day. Persons pur chasing tickets at this office can have baggage cheel ed at their residence by the Union Transfer Company, H. . kewney, superintendent. jENNSYLVAXLV CENTRAL IUILROAD. SUMMER TIME. The trains of tho Pennsylvania Central Railroad leave the Depot, at THlKTY-KIKST and MAK- K K T Mreeis, wnicn is reacneu uirectiy oy tue Mar ket street cars, the last car connecting with each train leaving front ana Market streets thirty minutes before Its departure. The Chesnut and Walnut streets cars run within one square of the Depot. SMeepmg-car l ienors can do nna on application at the Ticket Office, N. W. corner Ninth and Ches nut streets, and at the Depot. Agents oi tnei nion Transter company win can for and deliver bngsrngeat the depot. Orders left at No. 001 Chesnut street, or No. HO Market street, will receive attention. THA1S8 LEAVE DEPOT, VIZ.t Mall Train 8 00 A. M. l'aoli Accommodat'n, 10 30 A. M., 110 and 7 00 P. M. Fast Line 11-60 A. M. Erie Express 11-60 A.M. Harrishurir Accommodation . ... .2-80 P. M. Lancaster Accommodation . . . 4-00 P. M. Parkesburg Train . . . . . 8-30 P. M, Cincinnati Express . . . . . 8-00 P. M. Erie Mail and Pittsburg Express . . 10 30 P. M. Philadelphia Express. 12 niirht. Erie Mall leaves daily, except Sunday, running on Saturday night to Wtlllamsport only. On Sun day night passengers will leave Philadelphia at 12 o'clock. Philadelphia Express leaves daily. All other trains daily, except, bunuay. The Western Accommodation Train runs daily. except Sunday. For this train tickets must he pro cured anu oaggage ueuvereu, ny o v, ai., at ino. lie Market street. TRAINS ARRIVE AT DEPOT, VIZ.! Cincinnati Express 8-10 A. M, Philadelphia Express .... 0-60 A. M. Faoli Accommodat'n, 8 20 A. M., 8 40 and 6-20 P. M. Krie Man aa a. m East Line . '. 0-35 A. M. Parkesburg Train . . . ... 0-10 A. M. Lancaster '1 rain 12-30 P. M Erie Express 4-20 P. M Day Express 4-20 P. M. Southern Express . ' . . . 8-40 P. M Harrisburg Accommodation . . , 8 40 P. M for further information, apply to JOHN F. VANLEEH, Jr., Ticket Agent, No. 901 CHESNUT Street. FRANCIS FUNK, Ticket Agent. No. 118 MAliKKT Street. SAMUEL H. WALLACE, Ticket Agent at the Depot. The Pennsylvania Railroad Company will not assume any risk for Baggage, except for Wearing Apparel, and limit their reHponslbilitv to One Hun dred Dollars in value. All Haggage exceeding tnat amount in vaiue win oe at me risK oi tue owner, unless taken by special contract. EDWARD H. WILLIAMS, 4 29 General Superintendent, Altoona, Pa, "VTORTH PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. 1 For BETHLEHEM, DOYLESTOWN, Mirrr-TJ rwinjif. est(iv wniiuKPiiuT W1LKESBAHRE. MAHANOY CITY, MOUNT CARMEL, PITTSTON, TUNKHANNOCK, AND SCRAN TON. SUMMER ARRANGEMENTS. Passenger Trains leave the Depot, corner of BFKKb ana ami-.iuua Mreots, dally (Sundays exceptea;, as iuiiuwb; At 7-46 A.M. (Express) for Bethlehem. Allen. town. LMauch Chunk. Hazleton. Williamsnoi-t. Wllkesbarre, Mahanoy City, Plttston, and .Tunk- nannocK. At 8-46 A. M. (Express) for Bethlehem, Easton, Allentown, Mauch Chunk', Wllkesbarre, Pittston, Scranton, and New Jersey Central and Morris nnd Essex hailroads. At 1-45 P. M. (Express) for Bethlehem. Manch Chunk, Wllkesbarre, Pittston, Scranton, and Ua- ucion. At 6--00 P M. for Bethlehem, Easton, Allentown, . i- anu luaucu i iiuna. For Doylestown at 8-45 A. M., 2-45 and 415 P. M For Fort Washington at 8 46 and 10-46 A. M and li-ou r. iu. For Ablngton at 1-15, 816, 6-20, and 8 P. M. For Lansdale at 6-20 P. M. Fifth and Sixth Streets, Second and Third Streets, and Union City Passenger Railways run to me new vepot. TRAINS ARRIVE IN PHILADELPHIA. From Bethlehem at 0 00 A. M., 210, 4 45, and 8 25 From Doylestown at 8-25 A. M., 4 55 and 7 05 P. M, From Lansdale at 7 '30 A. M. From Fort Washington at 9 20, 10 35 A. M., and 0 ju r. iu. From Ablngton at 2-85, 4 86, fl-45, and 9 35 P. M. ON SUNDAYS. Philadelphia for Bethlehem at 9 30 A. M. Philadelphia for Doylestown at 2 P. M. For Ablngton at 7 P. M. Doylestown for Philadelphia at 8-80 A, M, Bethlehem for Philadelphia at 4 P. M. Abinirton for Philadelphia at 8 P. M. Tickets sold and Baggage checked throuirh at Mann's xvortn J'eRnsyivanla Baggage Exuress Office, NO. 106 S. FIFTH Street. KlXia CLARK, Agent. FOR CAT-E MAY, VIA WEST JERSEY RA1LI-OAD. Oomrrenelng MONDAY, June 14, 1980. LEAVE PHILADELPHIA, foot of Market stroet. . 8 CO A. M., morning mail, due at 12 13 M. 8 16 P. M., pastenger,, due at 7 20 P. M. LEAVE UAPE MAY. 8 C0A. TrT., mernlng mall, due at 10 07 A. M. 1-00 P. M., pascenger, due at 87 P. M. Commutation Tickets ood for three or twelve months, can U procured ef the Treasurer at Cam- drouNpoJnnd Excursion Tickets for sale t Ticket Ofneei, No. 624 Chesnut street, and loot ef Market let SUNDAY MAHi TRAIN. Leaves Pliladelphla at 7 15 A.M., returning )aM Ci WT i9 1'- M fwr eour "Wn Ai tO. ' AMUSEMENTS. TyALNITT 8T. TnEATRTC. BEOIN8 IT 8 ' THIS (Frdav) RVKNmO, .Tuna IfW Tr..r.,nr,r OK. MR OHAKI.KS WAIIOT. mT" Hu,Nxr.Luiart,8U wtarcirif Mr, A. KVK.RI.V u . Kh?rt .M.' MONDAY KVKNlJiU Jrli.ei will be presfintod the Homantio, f hrillin. n,.t. bj Dion Boaeioault. entill-d ' nnl"n Irish. Drama, ARH All NA rO(.I THEATRE COMIQUE, SEVENTH BTREKt' rtoinw Arch. Oommmosi at s o'.lonk. ' THRKK OVKHAS, MISS bUHAN UAI.TOW 1! Air ARKWKI,L DAY AND NKiHT OF MIM.1 MJliAfl liALlUlV And Comio Kngliah Opera i'irapanv. At. the Mstlnnn, " 'H "'(!," '"tVi." At Niirht A MARKIAUK BY LANTKR NS. After which Miss Hiimti (,.iltna will sina; Fpanalod ilsnnnr," oonclmllns; with L1HCHKN AND KRITZCHKN. The 8Ur- MR8. JOHN DREWS AUCH STREK1 THKATRK. Berins a t 8 o'clrwk. LAST THKKF. NI'H I'S OK TI1R RTfASI,. MRS. JOHN DRKW AND COMPANY. WEDNKKDAY, THCRSDAY, ANI FRIDAY. ALL THAT OMTTFRH IS NOT (IIILI), BY MRS. JOHN DREW AND COMPANY. After which, 8hnkntnsre rnmedv, KATIIttUINIt A Nit Pit TRTTniTin Kntherine Mrs. JOHtf DRRVT. I'elruohlo. BARTON HILL In preparatkin-HUMPTY Dl'MPTY. - 17 OX'S AMERICAN THEATRE,' X1 WALNUT Street, nbove Eighth. The rnturn ot Ous Wilhnm. Oontlnnnd Kne mpnt nf thn Dmhwnnds. First won It of the mmr bil lot, TH K FIBHKRM AN OF NAPLES. New attraotioraj by the Stars, Kvery Fveninu and Hstnrday Afternoon. VALER'8 '(LATE MILLER'S) WINTER OARDKN Nos. 7 , 7?2, IU. and TM VINK Street. THK. (IRA ND t)R(!H KSTHIOV lnrm.rl. ih. ...u of the ORANI PUKK OK HADKN, pnrohaaed a Jtreat expense by J ACOB V A f.K.R, of this oily, in combination wnn r i.n nir.it a ukuiiu I K A ana ftliM NK 1,1.1 K AN DKR8W N, will perform KVK.RY AKl'KRNOON and F r.NInu at Llm &lif,.iiiAnl 'MnmA ..la. liniMii. free. iiatf RACES. i; i' v i, ic TUESDAY, Watch for IS00; mile heats, 8 In 8, to harness;. Good day and track. J. Levitt names b. m. ROSE. Wm. H. Doble names a. g. JOHN. It WM. IL DOBLE, Proprietor. JUNE 21.. PURSE AND STABLE, toOO. Three in nve to harness. Good Day anil Track, P. DALEY, s. h. HARRY D. J. 60RAT, g. h. IRONSIDES. D. BODINE, VICTOR PATCH EN. . f Entrance SI. .... Members' privileges snspendciL 6 18 at HOSIERY GOODS. J WILLIAM HOFMANN, No. 0 N. EltaiTII Street, Pklladelphln Dealer in Hosiery Goods, Offers for sale a large assortment of nosier?, for Ladles',; Gents', an Children's wear; Socks, three quarter Socks, and Long Hose, of English and Ger man manufacture. UNDERWEAR Of CartwrlghtJA Warner's manufacture, acknow ledged to be the bee in ported. - Also, the Norfolk, and New Brunswick, acknow lodged to be the bea of American Goods. These Goods in all sizes, for T WBlT Spring and Snmmer Wear. DRUGS, PAINTS, ETO. JOBEBT SHOEMAKER A CO., N. Corner FOURTH and E ACE St. PHILADELPHIA. WHOLESALE DRUCCIST8r Importers and Manufacturers of White Lead and Colored Faints, Putty Varnishes, Etc AGENT8 FOR THE CELEBRATED" FRENOH ZINO PAINTS.' Dealer! and consumers supplied at lowest prioea for cash. 1944 ICE CREAM AND WATER IOE. JHE NEAPOLITAN ICECREAM AND WATER ICES. , THK PUREST AND BEST IN THE WORLD. 1 This celebrated Brick lee Cream and Water lee eaa be earned in a paper to anj part of the oitv, as yon ould eandr. Fifteen or twentv dirlerent kinds of thaia are knp conslnntlyonhand, and ONK HUNDRED DIKt EHKNT FLAVORS eaa be made to ordar for those wbo desire to bava something nevar before seen in the United tttatee. and superior to any Ice Cream made in Karope. - Principal Depot No. 181 WALNUT Ktroet. Branch Store No. HrJO bPRINO GARDKN fltreet. 41 F. J. ALLKOHK1TI. GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS. jyjIOIIAEL MEAGHER & CO Na S88 8outh SIXTEENTH Street, Wholesale and Retail Dealer! In PROVISIONS, OYSTERS, AND BAND CLAMS, FOR FAMILY USB TERRAPINS 1 PER DOZEN. r 3j REFRIGERATORS. REFRIGERATORS & WATER-COOLERS finished In the best manner, and lower than elsewhere J. W. WKYitlFlt, Na CS'N. SIXTH Street.. OLD ONES RKPAIRKD. , Hi lro BOARDING. T NO. 1131 GIRARD STREET MAT BE obtained furnished and Bofarniabad rooms for lode-, na-. Board also, if daairwt. - - 8 1 U ACRIOULTUHAL. PHILADELPHIA RASPBERRY. JUCUN. DA. Asrieulturiat. and other btrawbam: Uwto UuikbeiTT Planta: llart'ord. Oonoord. and other lliu. .1: V -.. V. fit B & . 1 W L I IMV iirirn Uttf Oelaneo. N. J. sclents and skill have invented to asaist the hearina in every decree of deafnesa ; also, Respirators ; also, tJran. (lull's Pnlenl Onilchos, superior to any others in use, at P. MADKLUA'S, No. 116 South XtN'lU btreet, below t hetnut. 1 A LEXANDER O. C A TT E I. L & CO.. i- PRODl'CK COMMISSION MKKflllANTS. . So..M NOUl'il WUAUViUi Na IT NORTH WATKR STREET, PHII.ADKLP111A. I Alciakpxs G. C'Atiua. Eluas atiku 1 A 11 I, -'iligT' JUNK 82, (a. . .tjc