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THE DAILY EVENING TELEQRAPII TOIL KDEhVUlA, TUESDAY, OQTOBKR 5, 1869.
X n s w-yor e i a ran. Prom Our Oam Corrwpontumu New Yon, Oct. 5, WV3. The null time wits n. t'nw. Tho local columns of yestcrdny's newspapers Were largely devoted to the mad doings of an animal that wag stated to be a bull. According to the reports, the animal behaved worso than any bull ever did at a Spanish bnU-flght, acting as though all Broadway and Chatham street Were a matador nnd he were charging at It. II lo first got loose In Centre street, whero a lot of boys vented a largo quantity of adoloscent bru tality upon blm, and drove him out of his bovlno propriety. After tossing several of them In va rious directions (still following the accounts), ho dashed around the City Hall Turk miscella neously, as though ho had a peculiar spite against the new Tost Ofllcc. Pursued by a cruel crowd, who were in for a good time, ho next d ished down Spruce street to Burling Slip, when ho suddenly changed his mind, and, instead of jumping in, as his pnrsuors expected, dashed back again to the Bowery, kicking up his hoofs resplcndently. By this time the nolio of discharged firearms was heard, and tho "bull," making a rapid transit through Worth street, put In another appearance In the Park. Like General Washington among tho Indians, th3 beast seemed to bear a charmed life. Pistols and rifles were levelled at him in vain. He Beomed invulnerable. Men, women, and children bo tossed with that absence of effort whiclt char acterizes the best endeavors of art. Occasionally bo varied his performances by going into Bro ul way, and endeavoring to secure private apart ments at tho Astor House. At length, at the corner of Chatham and New Chambers streets, he met ills death. It came In the Bliape of revolvers (of tho regulation pattern) and axes tho sharpest meat ones that could be procured. Yesterday I "Went up to take a look at it, and discovered, ti )t bull, but a poor old superannuated cow, with no horns at all, and with its throat cut! "Hip Van Winkle," I believe, has occasion to mcnti.Mi a cow that was a bull, and the New York news papers have certainly made mention of a bull that was a cow, on tho supposition that the animal I saw yesterday was the one that created tho devastation on Sunday. The New York Club. This club, which was once the most fashion able and exclusive In New York, is said to be on the -eve of a decline. Some of the most able and brilliant men in ull those departments of life where exertion brings a man into promi nence were once among its members. Of lat'j years, however, the stringency of tho rules regu lating admission to it have very much relaxed. The reason manifestly is that the restaurant department was tremendously expensive, and .additional members were necessary in order to them. Consequently the old cxcIumv- ds destroyed. It is probable, however. aiat a new ciuo win oe iormea upou me nuns of the old. Indeed, tho construction of a nv.v club from tho best members of the New York and Union Clubs is ulready being dis cussed. There arc a good many wealthy ' people who have intimated their wil lingness to subscribe liberally toward an affair of this kind, but I doubt whether m exclusive a clique as it is desired to make of it would flourish long in this city. We have plenty of people who have plenty of money, b it there are comparatively few of these who have edu cation and culture enough to render an elegant lounging place, as a lounging place, a success. Tho transition from lounging to loafing is easy and inevitable among that large class of young and wealthy New Yorkers whoso brains are a vacuum to which nature has not shown her usual abhor rence by filling it up. Consequently exclusive clubs, In this city, must, for the next genera tion or so, if they aspire to much splendor, be come, sooner or later, exclusive failures. Lord Hubert Ainnley. Ever since the famous Penniman and De Brc mont case, which shook fashionable Gotham from boot to bonnet, there has been a very natural suspicion entertained in regard to the family history of those numerous titled young men who come to this country and 11 utter for a season or two among the wealthiest families of Fifth avenue and Murray Hill. Before the final settlement is made and Philander and Phillis are married, papa is excusably anxious about his prospective son-in-law's pedigree, and consults the "British Peerage" with a trepidation whieli every father similarly circumstanced can sym pathize with. This Is precisely what nil the newspaper men have been doing with respect to Lord Hubert Ainsley, a charming young geutlo man who one day. last week gave a de jeuner a la fourvhette, in which tho "spread" was upon a white corded silk table-cloth, and the bills of faro were printed on pink satin edged with gold frill. This was all very interesting, but it did not satisfy the reporter of tho period. . This ingenuous indivi dual consulted tho "British Peerage" in vain. . No Lord Ainsley appeared there, and the Bohe mian cry now is, "Is Lord Hubert Ainsley a lord or not a lord?'" Leaving those who raised tho question to answer it, I would merely remark that another titled gentleman, tho Baron Henri de Riviere, has been getting himself into trouble. I don't think ho married an American girl. Neither were the wedding ceremonies performed in a police court, as they usually are with titled adventurers in this country. He attached to himself as his wife the trilling consideration of the ceremony only being omitted a beautiful French girl named Mad'lle Helene Stillc. Ho not only wonder affections, but also some seven or eight thousand dollars she had, by her. After living for a couple of years in Paris as muu and wile, fie persuaded her to ac torapany him to Lima, Peru .There they re mained for a few months, and then returned to Paris, where the Baron seemed to grow weary of the little lady and finally ran off from her and steered for this port. Hither she followed him, nnd having ascertained that he was stop ping at the New York Hotel, laid complaint be fore Justice Howling. That gentleman sent three deputy sheriffs In quest of him, and ho is now incarcerated, awaiting trial on a charge of baying unlawfully appropriated Mad'lle Stllle's seventy-five hundred dollars. Madame (aazzauiira. It has become somewhat the fashion of lato to bestow pity on this faded cantatrlec, who, during the last yeur or two, has settled down into one of the jiKjet successful teachers of music in this city. Tho commiseration is Ill-spent. After tho death of the Marquis de Malesperla, whose wife the was, bho married Siguor Albltes, an acconv plibhed musician, and last summer the two took a trip to Italy for the purpose of adjusting cer tain claims which Madame Albltes had upon her lcad husband's estate. The adjustment of those claims has resulted in Madame Albites' posses sion of a fortuuo suillclent to maintain her Inde pendently duriug the remainder of herexlsteuce. Thut Norloun French Opera. The nrtlttsof the serious French Opera Troupe who recently arrived, in this country are In a pickle. Unsupported by the public, deserted by efray UTTPi 9. their manager, penniless in a foreign country, what the deuce are they to -do? To-morrow night they are going to appear at tho Acadomy In Xe tonga d'une ATuit d'Ele, and an Friday evening in Jiolwrl In JHnhle. With the proccods they are going to scoot back to Paris again by the next atoamcr that sails, there to rehearse tho frightful manner In which the perfidious Ame ricans have treated them. Last night Mrs. Scott-Siddons appeared as "Viola" in Twelfth Aight. The audience was not large, for that would be an impossibility In i bandbox liko tho Fifth Avenue. But it wa crowded, and Mrs. Siddous looked very sweet indeed. "Alt Bad v. NEW VAIL (incus IN THE lIKF.. C'tolee nsmr'm'nl of itrtr 'tllt to le mtvlr tip to orrltv, into nil kindn tf Gent. Yotith, and Hmtn' Clothimi. HntinfarHon fwarnnlre-l in all rrfperte. 1'rirrn loirrr than the hnnet. S'yl'fi1, ,"r vuinnhip ettml to the het. Half Wat Bktwkkn ) Bennftt k Co., Fiih ami Towfii Halt., Sixth Slrreti. ) No. 6H Mahkkt St., Pmt.AnKi.piiiA, And ftx) Huoadway. Nkw Yohk. GltovF.R A Bakkr's Highest Premium Hawing Maoliiae. No. 73U (Jhennut atruot. GET TTTK Hfht. Thn Pnrlinm Nnw Family LOC!K.TIT(jH HICWINU MACHINE. (Kasy TorniB.) Salesroom, No. 704 CUKSNUT Stroot. A VF.nv H'T.T. nnd choice stock of Renuy-mnde Clothing, at (be lowest rates, nitty bo found at Chahi.es Stokf.b', No. 824 C'tiosnut stroot. Fink ri.vrFl) Waiie. Tliosnlo of Fine Plated Warn and Cntlcrr tliat wustviuiiiiunced this morning at Messrs. Birch A Fon'e store. No. lltn (Jhosntit street, will ho continued flits cTcnina nt 7,'i o'clock; and as the chanoo to buy Hhi tflrlil (ilnted ware at public sals seldom occurs, wo ad viso oil tluit aro in want of a ex id article to attend. Jewelry. Mr. William W.Oassidy, No. 13 Sooth Second street, lias the largest and most attractive assortment of tine Jewelry and Silverware in the city. Purchasers can rely upon obtaining a real, pure artiole, furnished at a price which cunnot be equalled, lie also has a laws stock of American Westorn Watches in all varieties and at all prices. A visit to bis store is sure to result in plsaaur and pnjtit, Cay'r China Palace, No. 1022 f'hosnut stroot, have just received, by ship Mngrielnln, 47 casks Whit o French China, the celebrated palm shape. Will be sold at their usually low prices. Gay's nirrsA Palai T., No. 102.1 Ohesnut street, havo just received, by ship Shakespeare, an immen se stock of Lava Comix, all new ilcf in, which they aro olio inn at unproce deiitcdly low prices. But don't take our word for it. Gay's China Palace, No. !n2J Ohesnut stroot, havo.ro ccived all those lino Hliow Pieces bought by Mr. (lay in I'urope. They wero all purchased under factory pricos, nnd will be sold correspondingly low. Cull uud see them. Oav'k China Palace, No. 1 022 Ohesnut street, have just received, per steamer Helvetia, tho first instalment of tho immense s'ock of g.Kida purchased by Mr. Cay in Europe. It' you have a desire to bo astonished, call and see tho prices. They will be sold at litiprecedontodly low prices. Gay's China Palace, No. 1022 Ohesnut street, have just received, by thip Northern Queen, another lare invoice of Bohemian Glass Ware. They hive now tho finest assortmont of that class of Roods ever seen in Philadelphia. If you don't cfedit our statement, ko and soo for yourselves. Show Boom opeu till 9 o'clock at nilit. l'ull Overcoat from &'0'50 to S J.!. FA in OVEHCOATS FUOH $6 50 TO $2.Ta FAll OVEHCOATS FROM $t)-5l) TO $251 FALL OVEHCOATS FUOH $50 7-0 $25J(1 FALL OVERCOATS FROM TO 82.il FAll OVERCOATS FROM $a0 TO 825 A This it one of the mot MMefttt (jirmwi'j a one ran have 'for roof J htornitiq ami errninifs and rhillff days. We are wJi.i prepared to fhoie the neie style of Fill and Winter 1 II far, and have the LARGEST, BEST, and il CHEAPEST Stork of drnts', Youth, and Bon aj Clothing in Philadelphia. efl WA NA 31 A KXR A BRO Wlf, OAK HALL, THE LARGEST CLOTHING HOUSE, Corner of SIXTH and MARKET IS reel. ftr- I'iT- SiT tif ttf- tif- MAKK1IU. JAM ICS HIBBLKR. On i hursdav morninir. S nitein- ber 'M, at St. Bt-phen's Church, by tho Kv. Dr. Riitldor, WILLIAM A. JAMES to S. KLGINA UlBbLiat, all of this city. MAY-BOSS A RD. -Sent ember 19. bv Rev. William Catbcart. Lieutenant WILLIAM MAV to Mrs. AL.vURA. BOSnAKU, both of this city. SHAW ZANK. On Sunday evening. October 3. 1869. by tho Rev. H. A. Ohalkor, Mr. ALBKKT T. SHAW to rubs B( 1,1,1 1; in. mbk, toe oniy auuguter ot Kii y.ane, F.sq., all of Camden, N.J. u;i. T11GV 17 TT CrIJnnl.. v (ha Q.l (v..iaH( r'..l Itiinu , i , - nutiiiciiij, vll vuo evil IUOCuvt UDUCIUI ISAAC C. M. BA8SKTT, aod 40 years. The relatives and friends of the family, the old mem bers of Cadwnlader Greys; Integrity lodKe, No. , A. Y. M. ; Moyamcnsim? Hose Company No. 37 ; and olficers and members of H2d KeKiiuent Pennsylvania Volunteers, are respectfully invited to attend the funeral, frm the resi dence of his mother, Mrs. Sarah Bussett, No. Hit! Paul street, on Wednesday afternoon at 1 o'clock. Interment at Odd Fellows' Cemetery. CARSON. On the momiiur of the 3d instant. MARY. I.. wife ot J. Haj a Carson, and daughter of the late John K. ivoen i'he relatives and frisnda of thnfamilv are rAsnectfiill invited to attend the funeral, from the residence of her Husband, ISo. ltkU Vine street, on Wednesday afternoon, the tith instant, at 2 o'clock. Interment ut Laurel Hill, i Boston and New York papers please copy.) GILLHSPIK.-Ontho 4th instant, Mrs. UNITY GIL LKSPIK.BKed 60 years. The relatives and friends of the family are invited to attend the funeral, from tue residence of her brother, Mr. John Farren, No. 1240 N. Front street, on Thursday morn ins at s o'clock. Servicrs at St. Michael's. Interment at New Cathedral Cemetery. HILDKBUIIN. At Santa Fe, New Mexico, on the 14th of September last, JOHN M., infant son of Captain Samuel and Nina K. Hildoburn, aged 10 months. MURPHY. On the 8d instant, ADKLA. K., oldest dauKhter of the late John Murphy. '1 he relatives and friends oi tue family are invited to attend the funeral, on Tliutsday, the 7th instant. Service at 2 o'clock P. M. precisely, at the Church of the Atone ment, Seventeenth and Summer streets. Interment at Laurel Hill. SWKKNY. On tho 4th instant, SARAH, wife of Mi chael Sweeny, axed B7 years. The relatives and friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend the funeral, from the residence of bor husband, No. 1 Avenue C, New Market streeWabove Vine, on 1 Hursdav morning at 8s o'clock. MCCXXVIII e spectfully inform Un dertakers that, in order to'meet the increased demand for my patent BURIAL OASKitTS, I have taken the Urge Factory at mnnv avwwtth! WithmyenlarKed"faoilities, I am now prepared to snp. irompiiy ail uruuro ui vilj w wuu,... thsturpt . a KARLKY JJ tO V E.K'tt PATENT Combination Sofa Ded Is deoldodly the beat Bofa Bed ever invented. It'oan be extended from a Sofa into a handsome tfreiiob Bedstead, vub uair spring maixieiM, in ibumwiuu. ui liiuv. re quires no nmurewiuK or detaohioK, has no separation net ween nauK aim stmi. uu uuiu. iu nrwii, udu no binKod toot attached to the top of the back to support it when down, wuicn Is unsafe ana liable lo gel out oi repair. It bus the conveniences of a buresu tor holding riot ainx, is easily managed, and it is impossible for it to get out of order. Price about tbe same as an ordinary sola, H. F. HOVER, OWNER AND SOLE M INUFAOTURKR. 10 5 SOI, Hq, 830 ftouth SE0QND Street. GRAHD SELEC SlSPliY. Tuesday and Wednesday, Oct. 5 and 6, HOIV3ER, COLLADAY CO., Nos. 1412 and 1414 CIIESNUT STREET, WILL HAVE THE LARGEST DISPLAY OF SILKS EVER EIADE III AND ON Thursday, Vi 3 B 1 0 IL Ij HOMER, COLLADAY & CO., Kos. 1412 and 1414 CIIESNUT STEEET, 10 8 2t SEWINQ MACHINES. THE LATEST AXJD BUST. THE PAR HAM NEW FAMILY SEWING MACHINE. (EASY TERMS). Combining aH the feood qualities of the. best ma chines in the market, with many new and admirable featnrea not found In any other. Is adapted for every description of family sewing, and for light manufacturing purposes; Is decidedly the most per fect, simple, and reliable Family Sewing Machine ever Invented. It is elegant In style and tlnish ; sim ple In construction ; noiseless In operation; mnkea perfect work on every description of material; la perfectly free iu all its movements, Is very light run ning, and It is a pleasure for tho operator to use It. Call and examine It at the Omce of The Parham Sewing Machine Company, No. 704 CIIESNUT STREET, 913 Imrp PHILADELPHIA. DRY GOODS. 18G9. EYRE & LANDEI.L, -g DEALERS IN BETTER CLASS OF jy n y o o o i s, FJURTH AND ARCH STREETS. LYONS ALL-SILK VELVETS. KOBKS DE C1IAMBRE. PIM S POPLINS. k RICH SILK PLUSHES. SILK CORD POPLINS. FASHIONABLE BACKINGS. E. & L. ARE MAK1NU BEST BLACK. SILKS A LEADING ARTICLE. 11 slultUmrp IMPRESS JACKETS OPEN TO-DAY. -J EYRE & LANDELL, FOl'RTU and ARCH Sih. MILLINERY. 7?ALL MILLINERY OPENINU FOR YOUNG X Ludie. end Ohil Iron, 'I'liUKSDAV, OOTOBEIt 7, . No. 102 Soutll KIUH I'll Street, 1(1 5 2t bolow Cliu.aut. OLD HOLIAND GIN AT AUCTION. -- To Druggists and Others. ( Will lo .old at the Auction Houm of POWELL St WEST, , No. 28 8. FRONT STREET, On Thursday Morning, Oct. 7, at n m TWELVE 5-GALLON DEMIJOHNS Private Stock Old Holland Gin, Thii-GIN is wat ranted pare, very old, and waa tmportod by a private gentleman for bis own use. 1J 4 3b THERE IS NOW OVEH fS.OOO.OOO PRIZE MONEY ! unclaimed In the United States Treasury. All pr isons wro have been in the Naval service of the United States, their heirs or representatives, should make an immediate inquiry upou the subject at No. 86 S. 6KYENTU street. ' T3Q THIS COUNTRY. October 7. PHILADELPHIA. PAPER HANCINQS, E I C. HOWELL & BOUItKE, MANUFACTUltERS OP PAPER HANGINGS, CORNER FOURTH AND MARKET STREETS, V 8 thBtti2mrp PHILADELPHIA. FIRfeT-CLAfcS WORKMKIJ ALWAYS READY. OENT.'S FURNISHING GOODS. gPCCIAL NOTICE. -I. W. SCOTT & CO., No. 814 CHESNUT STREET, HAVE REOPENED TnEIR STORE WITH A IKES II ASSORTMENT OP e MEN'S FURNISHINCGOODS OF THE LATEST I"" U L. H T YL E S. Onltrs for tho celebrated make of FINE DRESS SHIRTS Will be promptly filled, aj heretofore. 0 88 iullis4pini A CARD. I HAVE DURING THE irir Plant yuKr ben aullinu my eloKant tSteolt A Do and Haiiuis Hm'tt. l'iunia Hourly ai low u at uuy fonutir 1 tunu, aikiD lun tbuu tliriiu-tniirtlia of Uit) rnnuUr fmit,,rv. lui.ik,'il reiuil iirivoa, but do nut biuil injbult tuaiiy ikj.m'f I "liol prict'b" not to tuka oveu loaa than lhi roduovd !,(. ' linit) liKuie.. A uall and L'taiuiiiation uf tUo uohI oom lilute lii k of Piaiiua and Muitoa A llaiulin orHuna vur Ktteu in Pluladuliitli. WlU aftUaty all a to wlm rduo.d prlceB. . J. K. OOULU. I Ulotuth3ia No. PaSCUEbA'UT Slrot. WEDDING 3IL.CS. WHITE 8ATIN8. C WHITE MOIRE ANTIQUES, WMITE CROS DE LONDRE8. WHITE CROS GRAJNS, WHITE TAFFETAS, WHITE POULT DE SOIES, IrVith a Complete Line of all the SHADES BLACK SILKS OF EVJEIf.Y CltJyVLlTY yVIV O FINIHII, From 82 per yard to 810 per yard. Theie Gooda have been ordered expressly for our retail trade, and will be sol At the Lowest Possible Prices. 19 2 8tutl)3t CLA HOMER, COLLADAY & CO. Would call opccla! attention to thoir splendid- assort ment of these FASHIONABLE GOODS for tho prosont sea son, in various grades. HOVEL HOtttER, COLLADAY ti GO. A now displaying a number of Novoltias, both. in tettjre and design, just received from Paris for " WALKING DRESSES AND SUITS. BLANK BOOKS. BLANK BOOKS. Tho Largest Stock and Greatest Variety or FULL ATCD XZALF-BOUXfD BLANK HOOKS, MEMORANDUM, PASS, COPY-BOOKS, ETC. ETC. To be found In this city, la at the OLD ESTABLISHED CJank Book Manufactory or JAS. B. SMITH & CO., No. 27 South SEVENTH St., 0 23 thstu3m PHILADELPHIA. OFFICE AND SA LE8ROO M , FIRST FLOOR J WARS ROOMS, LP STAIRS. ILL I AM M. CHRISTY. PREMIUM BLANK BOOKS. All sizes on hand and r. ado to order. LITHOGRAPHIC STAMPED CHECKS AND DRAFTS. COMMERCIAL BLANKS printed in superior stylo. A FULL SUPPLY OF FOREIGN AND DOMKSTIC COUNTING-HOUSE stati o ivifi virsr. WILLIAM M. f CHRISTY, No. 127 SOUTH THIKLv S1KEET. 9 23 ttiBtuOtrp Above Drn k, oppuhl'e filmrd Bauk. CIGARS. S2 8. FKOKT BT. i!2 K. KltONT Sf. S. FUGUET & SOWS, (BSTABI,lUD 1828), IMPORTERS :0F HAVANA CIGARS, MANUFACTURERS OF FINE GIGARS, 1,0 229 S-FK0NT" st" bclow Walnut- Freshly Imported C'lffars in or out of Bond. .Of our Manufacture, thirty varieties; quality war ranted. W 1 lt:p Assortment and prices to milt all buyers. DEAFNESS. EVERY INSTRUMENT THAT auienea and skill have iuvontnd to auiat the he&rinfi in every ctuxree ot doutuans; aiku, tMapiratora; ilo,tJritu. ilull'a l atent (!rutuUjB. aupurior to any utbura in ue, at p. M AUIUKA'o, No. Hi 8. TEMU btreot, blo Cheauut. FOR EVENING. PiriLADBLrHI PLAIDS. FABRICS. POLITICAL... U IM I O M LEAGUE REPUBLICAN: .Grand Mass Meeting. By the Apathy of Good Men' Bad Men Triumph. The friends of our present National and State Ad miulHtration, favorable to there-election of tho PA TRIOTIC and EFFICIENT GEARY as GOVERNOR, and of the LEARNED and IMPARTIAL WILLIAMS as JUDGE of tho SUPREME COURT who desira to secure a fair expression of the PUBLIC WTLL nnd INTELLIGENT and HONEST MEN to oirtce will meet In i GRAND MASS-MEETING IN FR&NT OK THE UNION' LEAGUE HOUSE, ON BJtOAD STIiEET ON TUESDAY EVENING, October 5, AT 7; O'CLOCK, To present the CLAIMS of the CANDIDATES of th REPUBLICAN PARTY, and to taVe measures ta SECURE their TRIUMPHANT ELECTION. The friends of a PROTECTIVE. TARIFF Of t WISE SYSTEM of FINANCE, of a SOUND an CONVENIENT CURRENCY, of the HONEST PAY MENT of the PUBLIC DEBT, and of FREEDOM in EVERY LAND and. for ALL. PEOPLE, are la Tlted to atieud. PHILADELPHIA ! let us not be apathetic when PIB1.IC DUTY calls. "BY THE APATHY OH" GOOD MEN BAD MEN TRIUMPIL" The MUM CRY of the TOILS, the TRIALS, the SUFFERINGS through which OUR COUNTRY lately pasaed GRATITUDE to the NOBLE SOLDIERS, whs SAVED our UNION every MANLY and PATRI OTIC FEELING DEMANDS that GOOD CITIZENS should ATTEND to PUBLIC AFFAIRS. The foUowing diHtlnfrulslted men will ad dross the meeting: HON. WILLIAM BTUONO. GEN. JOHN M. THAYER, United States Senator from Nebraska. HON. CHARLES GIBBONS. HON. GLENN! W. KCOFIELD, of Warren. HON. GKOKGE LEAR, of Bucks. HON. A.I. 11KRK, ot Duuphla. HON. THOMAS M. MARSHALL, of Allegheny HON. JOHN CESSNA, of Bedford. HON. WILLIAM JENNlMiN, ot Micltigau. HON, THOMAS J. DIGRAM, of Allegueuy. HON. JOHN. W. FORNEY. . CiKN. JOSHUA T. OWEN. HON. CHARLES O'NEILL. HON. LEONARD MYERS. " HON. WILLIAM. D. liKLLBY, in It