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THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, MARCH 2G, 1870.
xi n w-y o n g x a xvx s. From Our Otm OorrrmrxmArnt. Nrw York. March 2(1, 1870. A "nma.Kntrr" In Court. Some days no a worklngman on hit way to Omaha stopped before one of those fascinating establishments on Greenwich street, In this city, here tbo Irresistible oroide watches aro dis posed of. While Razing upon them, and wish ing that he possessed one, a professional roper-ln observed the evidences of rural greenness upon him, and invited him to enter, pushing and nudging him over the threshold in a manner that was at once allurlDg and gentlemanly. When the lnvlter, whoso name was Edward Jacobs, had got the lnvltco Inside, he thrust a card into tho "bean-cater's" pocket, and re marked to the clerk in waiting, "Attend to this gentleman." At tho moment previous to the cords being thrust into tho bean-eater's pocket that pocket had contained nearly three hundred dollars. - When the thrusting was accomplixhcd tbe money had been by some mys terious means abstracted. Perceiving his loss, the bean-eater addressed the clerk, who retorted by bestowing npon him the picturesque epithet Which heads this artlclo, together with other opprobrious epithets. The Bostonlan did not object to being called a bean-eater that ho was one was too obvious for him to wish to dony but be soroly objected to losing his hardly-earned three hundred dollars. However, ho was bullied out of the place, and, as a last resource, went to the ncarctit police-station and had the parties arrested. Both men admitted tbat they were gamblers, but donied having stolen the money. Tbe Court, however, took its own view of the case, and sent one of the orolders to prison for three years, and the bean-eater was sent upon his way to Omaha. This narrative would lack completeness if I omitted to add, in words which are exclusively my own, and for which I have applied for a patent, that the bean-eater is a sadder and a wiser man. FUk Once More. "Doth it appear that this Flsk hath been doing something more ?" It doth. Marry, thus: I have informed you of the troupe of Andaluslan dancers that Pro fessor Rlsley has imported from Spain, and intends to bring out at the Tammany. That was all truth, every word of it. But all that goes for nothing. Flsk has dono something above and beyond all this. lie has sent Maret zek to Europe to engage something new. Upon reaching that somewhat indefinite locality Maretzek discovered that a Spanish ballet tronpe, containing six first-class danseuscs and fifty coryphee, bad all but consummated an engagement with tbe Khedive of Egypt to ap pear at his magnificent theatre at Cairo. Mr. Maretzek pricked np his ears and determined to outbid yon sordid huckster for his peerless jewel. The result was that the Spanish ballet troupe, containing six first-class danseuscs and fifty coryphees, have given the Khedive the slip and are coming to Mr. Flsk to join tho Twelve Temptations. The agents swear that this is true, and I suppose it is, in tho sonso that thea trical agents always mix np a little truth with their statements. Mr. Fisk is as good a judge of feminine beauty as King Ahasuerus, and when his Vashtls fail him he scours the world for more complacent Esthers. Mr Moore's Benefit. Mr. William A. Moore's friends and I pre sume he has some in Philadelphia will be glad to learn that tho benefit which was given on Wednesday afternoon at Nlblo's, under the auspices of his friend Mr. Barney Williams, netted him as much as twenty-five hundred dol lars. In sickness and in suffering, Mr. Moore greatly noeded this kindness, for he was one of those who omitted to lay up for a rainy day. The I.aie George Wakeman has left voluminous manuscripts, from which enough may be gathered to form a good-sized volume that will probably bo brought out by Sheldon & Co. The manuscript has been placed In charge of Mr. Frank P. Church, of tho Galaxy, who was a porsonal friend of Mr. Wakeman's, and who will probably preface it for publication. Tba lilKReat Ball of the Nennon. The third and last bal de la Grande Duchesse, celebrated on Thursday evening, was tho most crowdedly attended of any ball of the soason. A great portion of the attendors was composod of old men hankering after newr vice. Extremes were there young girls lust entering upon sin ful careers, and old women just ending them; boys who ought to have been at home anl in bed, and tbo gloating greybeards above men tioned, with prurient eyes straining from behind the eye-holes in their masks, fevering and fret ting over tbe successes of younger rlvuls. It was a wicked and a shameless sight, aud I might say more, but will not. uppDlnar Iar. 'Approach ye, then, Mv merry, merry men, it Is our opening day," sing the gipsies in Meg Merrilies, and the New York milliners sang much the same thing yes terday, for it was their opening day, and it is the men, after all, who do approach or are ap proached when the bills come to be settled. As a general thing, the styles are less loud than they were last year. The fineness of the day Insured a very numerous attendance. Am Bab. TUE FINE AUTd. Alorno'a Plrturr. at Karlr'. Mr. Edward Moran has now on exhibition at Earles' galleries eleven pictures, the result of his labors during the past wluter. Ttie largest and most Important of these Is an illustration or one of the most elevated passages in tbat grand Hebrew poem "The Book of Job." The words are found lu the thirty-eighth chapter and the eighth, ninth, tenth, and eleventh versus, as follows: "Or who shut up the sea with doors, when It brake forth, as if It had issued out of the womb ? "When I made the clond the garment thereof, and j the thick darkness a swaddling band for It, f "And brake for It my decreed place, and set bars and doors, "And said, Hitherto Shalt thou come, but no further; and here shall thy proud waves be stayed." This Is a higher grade of subject than anything tbat the artist baa yet attempted, and he has brought to the execution of the picture all the re sources of his skill and experience. Portions of the work are handled with a boldness and vigor unusual with Mr. Moran, and there is In it more genuine poetical feeling and Inspiration than he has ex hiKlfAit In nriv nrAvlnnn ftfnrt UiuivtV. u wmj I ' " The savage waters, breaking in Impotent fury against the rocks, and whirled Into eddies aud broken columns 01 loam, are- tuueii'iiuiy iigucuu up a sunburst In the middle of the picture that V. .ha . . i ri ami ..it.ai ounaatiuuB ui iiio eurtiu i ue yiumio ia mu ui iuu tlon. and the recoil In battled fury of both clouds and waves, not merely from the "bars and doors" that are set against them, but from the splendid light that smites them In the midst of their career, Is ad mirably rendered. It would be too niucli to say that In this fine picture Mr. Moran has succeeded lu expressing all the grandeur of the situation, but be certainly approaches It, and be has produced not only his own mastorplese, but the greatost marine painting that has boon put bnrore the public for many a day. It Is to be rogrotted that this picture cannot be exhibited in this city for a sufficient time to allow all who are Interested la Philadelphia art to see It. We find It Impossible, however, to got up a spring exhibition here at our Academy of Fine Arts, and it will be necessary to go to New York to find out what Philadelphia artists have been doing. Among the other pictures by Moran at Earles' are some which are distinguished bv the best qualltlos of bis stylo, both In oil and water colors. Among them the most noticeable are "Ragle Cliff;" "A Squally Day at Newport;" "A Headland In the Bay of Fundy;" "AVIowof Philadelphia;" and a fine gray-toned picture entitled "The Sea." All of them are well worthy of attention. In addition to Mr. Moran s pictures the Messrs. Karle have also on exhibition In the same galleries "A Girl of Morocco Playing on tho Tam-tam," by C. Brun. This is a richly-colored work, that will com mend Itself to connoisseurs by Its admirable qualities of style and execution. The Mason and Hamlin Oroan Co. have just issued what they term a "Testimony Cir cular," which is certainly a remarkable docu ment, presenting such an amount and character of testimony to tbe superiority of their wares as a manufacturer is rarely able to collect. It contains six large newspaper pages, closely printed, and thus Includes much matter as an an ordinary duodecimo volume. Nearly one thousand persons, most of them experts la the matter, testify to the unequalled excellence of tho Cabinet Organs made by this Company. Tho character of the testimony is, indeed, quite as remarkable as its quantity. Nearly all tho most prominent musicians in the country are quoted: tbo principal organists, pianists and teachers of chief American cities, are among them, who say that these are the best among in struments of the class. Then, a very con siderable number of well-known European artists testify in similar strain. To these arc added statements from several hundred parties who have these organs in uso, as to tholr work ing qualities. Many leading newspapers are represented by commendatory notices, aud espe cially the Paris and London press is largely quoted from In articles admitting the superiority of these organs to those of European make. After looking over this testimony, one cannot well doubt tbat the great reputation of this com pany is richly deserved. By seudlng his address to the Mason S Hamlin Organ Co., No. 151 Tremont street, Boston, or No. 590 Broadway, New York, any one can save a copy of this cir cular sent him gratuitously, postage paid. N. Y. Evangelist. cjixy itkihs. SrniNo Overcoats. Better in Style, Hitter in Kit, Bettkr in Cot, Hktthi in Make, Man ay olhm lieady-madt in th city, at prirta from $6 lu $'iO. Bennbtt A Co.. Towkr Ham., Wo. 618 Mauket STREET. Twf.ntt Millions of Dollars. The abore amount waa paid by the different life insurance .oompaniea of tbia country to tht beira of deceased policy holders la the year 1H69 ; and this amount, vast aa it is, will be yearly lnoreasad by the constantly increasing buainesarf these beneSoent and popular organizations. Tbe loasea of these oompaniea are paid promptly and without expense to those receiving them. Tbe annual etatementa of tbe different companies show that thia business is constantly growing in the confidence of the people of this country. The whole amount of po l ciea in force in the oompanios doing business under the laws of Now York State alone is upwarda of $2,1)00,000,000, and of thia amount nearly $700,000,000 waa done in the year lb69. The largeat business done by any single company was by the Equitable Life Assuranoe Booiety of New York. This society did over $50,000,000 of new business last year, which exceeded by $13,000,000 the new business of any other company. For the particulars, tbe reader is referred to the annual statement in another column. IS cent Stocking is poll regular. 85 cent Stocking has a vert large sale. The reason so many are patronizing Mr. l inn is because he Is selling good goods at vor low prioes. Are uot the figures below moderate f 13 cents good linen hemstitched Bdkfs. 8 and 4 oenta per yard pretty croohet Edgings. SO cent per yard good plaid Mualina. "frite. lique. Lowtti Price. 13 oenta and up fine worked HamDurg Edgings. 12 spools for 45 cents, good 300 yards Cotton. John M. Finn, S. K. corner Arch and Ssranta streets. Corset h. Oobsbts. Lawrrt Prirt. Lowett fYtre. 70 cents for good Whalebnoe Corsets. 85 oents line Woven Corsets. $1 35fine Werley, 18 bone Coreets. Thia is beautifully shaped, and sella rapidly. $3-35 for Heltn, 30 bone Corsets. $3 00 for full fashioned 50 bone Corsets. John H. Finn, S. E. corner Arch and Seventh streets. Mb. William W. Cabsidt, the Jeweller at No. 13 S. Second street, has one of the largest and most attractive stocks of all kinds of Jewelry and Silverware in the city. Be has also on hand a large assortment of fine American Western Watches. This entire valuable ttook is now being sold out bolow oost, preparatory to removal. Those who purohase at this store at the present time are oertain to get the worth of their money. Dbt Feet. The moat effectual way of guarding one's health is to keep tbe feet dry, and that oaa only be done by tbenseof India Robber Owrshoes, end aa the Incle ment season is npon ns, we wonld advise our readers to buy none bnt the best quality, whlob oast only be bad at Good ear's Head quarters. No. 8UG Uhesnnt street, south side, Philadelphia, Sick Transit. The transition from grey to unnatural black or brown, effected by the hair dyes anl kindred preparations, is indeed a siokening transit. Phalon's Vitalia, on the other band, restores the natural hue to a shado, and ia pleasant and safe, instead of sickening and pernicious. Sold by all druggists and fancy goods dealers. Curtains, Shaded, and Bedding, Best bargains la the country. Lowest prices asked. All goods warranted. ALUEBTBON A Co.. No. 1435 Ohesnut street. Sinorb's Family Kawrao Machines, Ten dollars eaan. Balance in monthly Instalment. O. V. D-avis, No. 810 Onesuot street, Kubbeb Overshoes AND Boots for Men. Women, and Children, eau bo bad at retail at tbe very lowest prioea, (ioodyesr's manufacture, old stand, No. 108 Ohesnut 4trt, lower side. SrniNO Styles now open at Charles Stokes' clothing boure, No. 834 Chcsnut stroet. Fine, oboice, and low priced. Wanamakeb A Bhown, Merchant Clothiers, Oak Hall, Sixth and Market Sthekih. ClXttHINO. Sprino Clothing Immense s took Best materials, beat styles, best workmanship, and Lowest Prices, at Wanamakeb A Brown's. Clothing. Sprino Overcoats, ia Meltons, Tweeds, Silk Mixtures, Tricots, and Waterproofs, all eolorings and mixtures from $6 to $36 the coat, at Wanamakeb A Brown's. Clothing. Spring Suits, both basin as and dress, 1 for all ' ocoaslons and oooupatio a, every aovolty of style and material, from $10 to $40 tbe suit, ' at Wanamakeb A Brown's. Olothino. BotV and Youths' Suits, for all ages, all the favorite designs and most fashionable Fabrios, from $6 to $16 tbe auit, at Wanamakeb A Brown's. Clothing. Orders bt Mail attended to wit i care and punctuality. Tbe easy and acourate system of Selt-mkaburb, introduced by Wanamakeb A Bbown, euablea Ueui to gurantee a per fect ht. Olothino. Rules for Self-measure. Fatter? of Goods, Prio List, with dlreetioni for ordeuino bx mail, sent free, on application. Wanamakku A BaowN'-Th, largest establishment ia Philadelphia. Oak Hall, S. B. Ooa. Sixth and Mabkat Sts. Tet ViTaAOTEo Without Pain. Thnunenda of persons ean testify to the effioaoy and hannle.ne of pure Nitrons Oiide Oas, aa made and administered by the Coltnn Dental Association, originstors of its use in Den totry. Office, No. 37 Walnut street. Dii:n, Cooi.moN On the J4th Instant, Kriwiw f joot.iook. The relatives and male friends of the family are invited to attend the funeral, from hla late residence, No. 4 Marshall street, on Monday, the 28th lustunt, at 10 o'clock A. M. Kkbtko. On the 85th inst,, Andrew Enhuro aped S3 years; Knipb. On the 23d Instant, Mrs. Emzarrto Knur, relict or the late Conrad Knlpe, in the 69th year of her age. The relatives and friends of the family are respect fully invited to attend the funeral, from her lute resi dence, No. 444 Urown Btreet, on Monday, the 31th Instant, at 10 o'clock. Yard On Friday, the 8Mb. Instant, John Yard, Jr., in the 73d year of his aire. The relatives and frtonds of the family are respect fully invited to attend his funeral, from his late resi dence, (No. 80T Kace street, on Tuesday afternoon, the tb instant, at 8 o'clock. MOURNING DRY GOODS. QLACK BATISTE, ETC. BESSON e&c ON Mourning Dry Goods House, No. 918 CHESNUT Street, HAVE OPENED THEIR SrXLXKTG STOCK OF BLACK BATISTE, BLACK MOUS8ELINE9, BLACK TAMISE9, BLACK ENGLISH BOMBAZINES, BLACK CRETONNES. BLACK SILK CU ALLIES, BLACK MOHAIR TAMISE8, BLACK ALPACAS AND MOHAIRS, BLACK BAREQE HBRNANIS, ETC. GOOD BLACK SILKS. BE8SON & SON ing Dry Goods House, No. 918 CHESNUT Street, INVITE THE ATTENTION OF BUYERS OP GOOD SILKS At Reasonable Prices TO THEIR NEW STOCK OF Lyons Gros Grain Black Silks, OFTHE BEST MAKES ONLY, AND OF EVERY QUALITY, From $la50 to $5 00 a Yard. ALSO, SECOND MOURNING SILKS, From $1121 to $175. cs wj stop OARPETINQ8. CARPETING S, OIL CLOTHS, MATTIHGN, Stair and Hall Carpetlnjgg, IN GREAT VARIETY. PRICES ALL REDUCED. R. L. KNICHT & SON, No. 1222 OHESNUT F 11EET, 3 5 Btnth3m PHILADELPHIA. HEW CARPETINC8. We are now opening a full Una of FOREIGN and DOMESTIC CA?ETS OIL CLOTHS, AMD M A. T T I N G s, OF ALL GRADES, Which we are offering at greatly reduced prioes from last season. LEEDOM, SHAW & STEWART, Wo. 635 5IAIKT Street, I M tbstuSm PHILADELPHIA. ARCH STREET CARPET WAREHOUSE. CARPETINGS. New Styles at the Reduced Rates. BRUSSELS, 3-PLVS, INGRAIN, AND VENETIAN CAIlPaBTINUS, At SS per cent, lower than last season's prioes. JOSEPH BLACKWOOD, No. 832 ARCH STREET, S 19 Bmrp Below Ninth, South Side. FURNITURE, ETO. AVERILL DARLOW, Manufacturer, Wholesale and Retail Dealer In CABINET FUXIEIITTJXIX3, FACTORY, 11S and 1123 CHARLOTTE Street. Warerooms, No. 1117 OHESNUT St., PHILADELPHIA. Farnltore at private Bale, at manufacturers' prices. Auction Sales every Tuesday at 19 A. M. Con iff omenta solicited from flrat-clau manafao- lurera ana dealers, ah b000" warranted. I a Inirp B. SUOTT, J a., Auctioneer. DRY QOOOS. JOHN BURNS, IIOUSE-FURNISUINQ DRY GOODS AND IMPOR TER OF HOSIERY, Nos. iiti and MT S. ELEVENTH Street, Above Sprace. LINENS DOWN TO MUSLIN PRIOK3, From Importer's Large Sale at Sacri ficing Prices. Richardson's Hear Tard sride Family Linen. Poai til tbe Rrealest bargain eer offered. Heavy Sheetins; Linens, 2 yards wide, 7k. Fitra Heavy hbeotln Linees, SM yards wide, 91. Pillow Linens, 88, 40. 48. 80. M inches wide. BheellDK and Pillow Mnaitne, M. 14, 8 4, M, 10 4. ' TABLE LINENS! TOWELS ! ! NAPKINS!!! Hand-loom Table Linen in beautiful damaek patterns. Genuine Barnaley Table Damask, I'M to $3. . Damask Napkins from $1'25 to finest imported. Hes,ry Loom Towels, size 22x40 inches, 83e. Boft finished Birdoye Towelllnc, 21, 28, le. PIQUES, 13 1-3, 23, 2S, 31. 3T Ui. Heary Corded Piques, IB, 42X, M. 650. Double-width French Muslin, 50, 66, 0Oo. Tucked Muslins tor children's dresses. Large Satin Plaid Muslins for evening dresses. Hamburg Edging! and Insertings, in new stylet. Uandkereblefs in Job lota from auotloa. Hemlprr for Spring ITodnrwear, Jnet Arrived Per Steamer, at Lowest Geld ltstf a. Ladiee' Full Regular-made Hose, 28. S8o. Ladies' genuine Balbriggan Hose, 0So. np. ' 1 " Oents' genuine Balbriggaa Half-hose, 40, 46o. 1 Children's extra-long Koglieh Hose, 40c. np. Ladies' extra-long English Hoee, 60c. np. Ladies' Gsur.e Merino Vesta, rogular made, 75o. np. Oents' English Superfine Half hose, 31o. H C. II. IIAMRICK & CO., No. 45 North EIGHTH Street. All Goods Marked Gold at Far. SILVER GIVEN IN CHANGE. SILKS! SILKS! SILKS! SILKS! ANOTHER REDUCTION. Black Gros Grain Silks. II. ll-SS. Il0. 11-7S.2 8. t2 2s up to 15. colored Kvening niihh, l, l no, II TS, 3, OO to 2.1. We will sell tea pieces more of nleeant MOIRK ANTIQUES at (3, same quality as sold at IT. HEKNANI! BERNANI! HEKNANI! S0C, Tfic, 1, 11-S5, ll-ST'tf to $35. Closing oat at less tlian value, also splendid "Pon- son's" Velvet. Two more cases Percales. Dress and Sulrtln? styles. Lawn nones auit urestirs, just received. One case satin stripe, nil-wool Dress UooUs, sold last Spring at 2, now STJiC All the new style Wash and Granite Poplins, 12jtf to 78. One lot Alpaca Poplins, 81 and 37, sold last week at 62, 78. Kid Gloves, "JiiRla," the only place In Philadelphia at which an assortment can bn found. Bargains In StiAWLS, KMBUOIUERIE9, LINENS. Bargains In Ladles' Underwear, just received. Bargains lu French Muslin, S yards wide. Bargains in every department. Every thing sold wit a a guarantee. C. II. IIAMKICK Sc CO., 8 2 atuat No. 45 NORTH EIGHTH ST. 1853 17th ANNIVERSARY, 1870 THURSDAY, MARCH 10. (Seventeen Tears on Spring Garden Street.) Dry Goods Unprecedented Cheap. 11 THORNLEY'S," Cor. EIGHTH and SPRING GARDEN We have now a most complote stock of Seasonable and Desirable Goods, bought cheap and selling cheap. SUPERLATIVE BLACK SILKS. BEAUTIFUL SILK POPLINS. EXCEEDINGLY RICH FRENCH CHINTZES. BAKNSLET AND POWER-LOOM TABLE LINENS, WHITE PIQUES, PLAID MUSLINS, BKbT KID GLOVES, CASSIMERBS, FLANNELS, MARSEILLES QUILTS, Etc, Ecc. If ladles desire to shop pleasantly and economi cally, they will come direct to our store. If from a distance, they can ride to the door, and will save car hire In the smallest purchase. All goods, delivered free of charge, promptly and carefully. JOSEPH H. THORNLEY, N. E. CORNER OF EIGHTH and SPRING GARDEN Sts., S 8 thstni PHILADELPHIA. gYRE & LANDELL, FOURTH AND ARCH, DEALERS IN BETTER CLASS OF DRV UOUDS, MPIUNU of 1870. Department Black Silks. Department J Fancy Silks. Department Q Dress Goods. Department Spring Shawls. Department White Gooda. Department Black Goods. Department Lawns and Organdies. Department J J Hosiery, Gloves, Collars, etc. N. B Families supplied with the best of DRY GOODS, on gold prices 812 stnthSm QREAT BARGAINS IN I31aclc Hillcs. BPEOIAL BARG4IN8 IN BLACK 8ILK8. SPECIAL BARGAINS IN JAPANESE SILKS. SPECIAL BARGAINS IN JAPAN KSK BILKS. SPECIAL BARGAINS IN IRtoU POPLINS. SPECIAL BARGAINS IN IRISH POPLINS. THE ENTIRE BTOOK MARKED DOWN TO GOLD AT PAR- Specie Given Out in Change. CEO. D. WISHAM, Io. 7 Itorlb i:iUHTII Mtreet, I ID Ituth 13t4 PHILADELPHIA. T R 8. R. DILLON, NOS. 823 AND 831 SOUTH STREET, has a large assortment of FINE MILLINERY Ladles and Misses, Ribbons, Batina, nuns, velvet aa Vol teteona, Crapes, Feathers, Flows re. Frames, Saab Ribbena, Ornamenta, Mourning Millinery, Orape Veils, eta. PIANOS. Shr?3 biekks BOHrfW, Hr MANUrAOTtJBKKS or FIRBT-ULASS PIANOFORTES, l ull guarantee and moderate prioes. W ARlittOOMfl. No. 610 AROU Street. OPENING OF MANTILLAS AND SUITS. J. M. HAFLEICM, Nos. 1012 and 1014 CHESNUT STREET, "vvir.,1 oi'iorv" On TUESDAY, MweH SO, NEW AND ELEGANT STYLES IN LADIES' SUITS. DRESSES, SACKS, Etc. ALSO, . GRENADINES. SILKS, AND POPLINS. JUST OPENED. LArilA LACE SHAWLS. D. W. STUAKT, No. 1233 CHESNUT Street, PHILADELPHIA. THE DURABILITY OF PATENT WOOD HANGINGS HAS BEEN THOROUGHLY TESTED DUR ING THE PAST WINTER. nOT ROOMS, EXPOSED TO FURNACE OR OTOER nEAT, WITH MORE OR LESS STEAM, THE WALLS OF WHICH HAVE BEEN COVERED FOR A YEAR, ARE NOW IN AS GOOD CONDI TION AS WHEN THE WOOD WA8 FIRST HUNG, WITHOUT CRACKING, BLISTERING, OR SHRINKING. OUR PAST EXPERIENCE ENABLES U8 TO APPLY THESE BEAUTIFUL HANGINGS IN A MORE ARTISTIC AND MUCH LESS EXPENSIVE MANNER THAN HERETO FORE. NEW PUBLICATIONS. g08 TURNER'S PUBLICATIONS, No. 808 CHESNUT 8TRBLT. Booki that will Bear Beading and Stand Eeepicg. Tbe most thoroughly exciting and interesting book of tbe day : THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY or EDWARD W0RTLEY MONTAGU, Complete in one large 12mo. volume. Price, $1-78 In cloth. No. 1. MADAME DR CHAMBLAY. By Alex. Dumas. 8vo. Paper. 00 centa. No.. KATE KENNaDV. By Mrs. Newby. svo. Paper. 60 cents. No. 8. COMMON SENSE. ByMra.Newby. 8vo. Puner. 60 cents. No. 4. WON DHOI'S STRANGE. BjMra.Ncwby. 8vo. l'aper. 60 cents. No. 6. TRODDEN DOWN. By Mrs. Newby. 8vo. Paper. 60 cents. No. 6. RIOUT AND LEFT. By Mro. Newby. 8vo. Paper. 60 cents. No. 7. MARGARET HAMILTON. By Mrs. Newby. 8vo. Paper. B0 cents. No. 8. ONLY TEMPER. By Mrs. Newby. 8o. Paper. 60 cents. No. 9. MARRIED. By Mrs. Nowby. Svo. P,ipur. 60 cents; cloth, wine and green, $1. No. 10. CYRILLA ; or, The Mysterious Engage ment. By the baroness Tautphwua, author of "Initials," "Quits," "At Odds," etc. svo. Pi)ji. 60 cents: cloth, wine or green, SL BEAUTIFUL SNOW, aud other Poems. By J. VV. WaUon. lmo. Fine morocco cloth, ll-Hfi. BILLY VIDKIN'S, with IlliiitriitKins Pom the Poets. By II. I- Stephens. Papr. If cent. UNDER LOCK AND KEY. By T. W. fepeljr u. 12mo. Cloth. $1-76. Subscriptions received for ALL TUB MAGAZINES, AND ALL STYLES OF BINDING! DONE BY TURNER & CO.. No. 808 CHESNUT ST., PHIL ADA. The largeat assortment of CHROMOS In the clty 8 86 stu8tt IN8URANOE. i dr, o r 1 1 jes iv rv Life and Trust Co. Or PHILADELPHIA, Office-No. Ill South FOURTH Street. Organized to promote Life Insurance among mem bers of the 0OCIETY OF FRIENDS. Good risks of any denomination solicited. Policies already issaod exceeding TI?N DIII,L.10ilig OF UOLLAK.S. This is a PHILADELPHIA COMPANY, and en titled to the special confidence of the community. PERFECT SECURITY. LOW RATES. SMALL EXPENSES. PURELY MUTUAL. LOW HATE OF MORTALITY. These conditions enable a company to give advan tages which cannot be surpassed. policies Issued on the Non-Forfeiture Plan. Statistics show that the averago mortality of Friends Is nearly as per cent, less than that of the general population. S 18 eosi&p A LOW RATE OF MORTALITY MAKES CHEAP INSURANCE IN A MUTUAL COMPANY. HAT8 AND OAPS. nWARBURTON'8 IMPROVED VENTI Utad and auy-tltiint Dtms lilts (psUntad). ia t Ui. improrad fashions of tbe ssit door to tba roat Ofaoa UUfos PAPER HANGINGS. OUR ASSORTMENT OF PAPER HANGINGS COMPRISES THE LATEST, BEST, AND MOST ELEGANT PATTERNS MANUFAC TURED IN THIS COUNTRY OR IMPORTED FROM EUROPE, AND OUR Corps of Skilled Workmen, FOR APPLYING EITHER THE WOOD OR PAPER HANGINGS, CANNOT BE EJt CELLED. PARTIES IN WANT OF WALL DECORATIONS ARE REQUESTED TO PAY US A VISIT AN EXAMINE OUR 8TYLE3. D. W. STUART, No. 1233 CHESNUT Street, 8 84thstu3t PHILADELPHIA. CARRIAGES. CARRIAGES. WM. D. ROGERS, CARRIAGE BUILDER, ORIGINAL AND ONLY Manufacturer of the Celebrated ROGERS CARRIAGES, lOOO anl lOl 1 CHESNUT STREET, PHILADELPHIA. New and elegant styles of Carriages constantly produced. 8 88 tuths3mrp UPHOLSTERY GOODS, ETO. NOBLIT, BROWN, NOBLIT & CO., Nos. 222 and 218 S. SECOND Street, PHILADELPHIA, Importers, Manufacturers and Dealers ia Upholstery Goods, Car Trimmings, Cabinet Makers' and Undertaken" Finding!. Swiss ar.d Nottingham Curtains, Hair Seating, Curled Hair Beddiner, ETO. ETO., (8 18 Smt Wholesale and Retail. OIOARS. 23 c. woitTiiiMOTo &, sorv. Wholesale and Retail Dealers ia Imported and Domestic Cigars, AND ALL ARTICLES OF THS TEADK, 433 Chesnut St, opposite the Post Office, Branch of 106 South SIXTH Street, PHILADELPHIA, AGENTS FOR KEY WEST ClUAU.S, We inrite aa inspection of our stock, arery sals belf guaranteed. g stlns BOOTS AND SHOES. BARTLETT, No. S3 SOUTH SIXTH STREET, Ever thankful for the patronage extended heretofore, and desirous of further favors, begs announce his 8PKINQ STYLES OF BOOTS and SHOES for Gents' and Boys' wear. A large assortment of CUSrOM-M&DB GOODS, made on nla Improved Lasts, which are unrivalled for comfort and beauty, enables him to furnish a ready tU at all tunes, 1 13 thatuDSl pm CHA8. EICHEL. Fashionable Boot and Shoe MANUFACTURER, Io. SOIHortli K1UUTII fttret, I ID lmrp Hrst Store ahovs Buttoaaood Sc., PbiWd.