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THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, APRIL 10, 1870.
trews ouiviLXAiiir.
it AMnlr.
AucTiBtus Qnigloy, 11 years of ago, roll
ing at No. ftOli Warren street, whh drowned
ycHlrrday afternoon at Vienna street wharf.
Verdict of tho Coroner's jury, accidental
drowning.
The Eighth Ward llopnblican Logion.
(colored) of New York will visit thin city and
take part in the colebration on the Inst.,
in honor of the passage of tho fiftoenth
amendment.
A mass meeting of the colored citizens of
the (Sixteenth, Seventeenth, Eighteenth, and
Nineteenth wards was held last evening at
Harrison's Skating l'ark, J Toward and Uerks
street. An organization was perfected by
the election of Jtobert B. Williams, Pre
fiident; George W. Whittakor, Vice-President;
and George W. Moore, Secretary. Several
addresses were made, and the occasion was
enlivened with music by the Deltuonico Hand.
A large meeting of the Order of Knights
of St. Crispin was held last evening at their
hall, Seventh street, above Chestnut, when
reports were received from the different
manufacturing establishments, showing that
the men were receiving tho wages doniandod
for their labor. James Patton, John Oao,
G. r. Braley, A. J. Hay, and Thomas Phil- 1
lips were then elected as tho representatives
of the Grand Lodge of this State to the Inter
national Grand Lodge, which meets in Boston
on the l'Jth inst.
Last evening a grand gathering of tho
friends of temperance, nnder tho auspices of
the Young Men's Christian Association of the
First Presbyterian Church, on Washington
Square, took place. A largo number of por
tions were in attendance. Addresses were
delivered byliev. A. A. Willits, D. J)., ltev.
J. L. Withrow, and tho pastor, ltev. II. John
son, D. D. The addresses wero interspersed
with choice selections of musio by the choir.
Tho twenty-fourth anniversary of tho
Grand Temple of Honor and Temperance
was celebrated last evening at the Academy
of Musio. The house was well tilled with an
intelligent and appreciative audience. On
the stage were the officers of tho Grand Tem
ple in regalia, and sections of tho Cadets of
Honor and Temperance, commanded by
Grand Governor William S. Stiles, also in
regalia, seated in rows, and presenting a very
pleasing sight. During tho evening the
Edwin Forrest and Frankford Cornet Bands
and the Irma Glee Club furnished delighf ul
instrumental anl vocal musio. Cohocksink
and other Temples during the proceedings
marched in with musio playing. Grand
Worthy Templar John Shedden presided, and
addresses were made by the Chairman,
Thomas M. Coleman, Esq., llev. A. H. Sym
bower, ltev. William B. Culhss, Daniel Cal
fuss, and llev. B. L. Agnow.
Douientlo Affair.
Gold closed yesterday at ll.ljj to 1 l 'U.
The Senate stands adjourned until Tues
day, and the House until Monday.
A vote on the Georgia bill is to bo taken
in tho Senate at six o'clock on Tuesday.
Nearly tho whole of the business portion
of Medina, Ohio, was destroyed by lire yes
terday. A bill to regulate tho question of naval
rank has been agreed by the House Naval
Committee.
Commissioner Delano decidos that hotol
bills incurred by persons travelling on busi
ness may bo deducted in income returns.
A court-martial is ordered to convene on
Thursday next, to investigate tho charges
against Commander John II. Upshur.
No impediment will be placed in tho way
of the Big Horn Mining Expedition by tho
Government. It is to start from Cheyenne
the first week in May.
Senator Sumner introduced yesterday a
Postal bill providing, among other matters,
for a reduction of postage to one cent for
naif-ounce letters and the abolition of the
franking privilege.
The Senate Naval Committee are of opi
nion that applications from retired naval oiti
cers for restoration to the active list ought
not to bo entertained unless upon the recom
mendation of tho Executive Department.
Foreign Affairs.
The strike at La Creuzot has ended.
Tho new Austrian Ministry have an
nounced a liberal policy.
Senor Olozaga is tho new President of
the Spanish Council of State.
Very severe sentences are being pro
nounced upon the Barcelona rioters.
Another Mazr.inian conspiracy is in pro
gress within the Papal territory. Forty arrests
have been made.
The party of the Left have determined to
vote negatively at tho plebiscite and to circu
late manifestoes against its object.
K XI W-3T ORE I S XVI S.
From Our Own Correspondent.
New York, April 1(5, 1870.
Aeaiiemr of Deslun. Nf.
The National Academy of Design gave its
grand upriDg reception last evening, and rivalled
the fashion and wealth of the display for which
preceding seasons have been remarkable.
People do not go there because they love art
and want to discuss it, but because it is tho thing.
Of course you havo to tattle about art to somo
extent, but if you can wrap the web of what
you have to tsay In that convenient phrase,
"you know, you know," you will pass muster.
It is only proper, however, to give the reception
the peculiar kind of eredit that is its due. For
Instance, no public assemblage held during
the winter displayed more rich
and expensive dresses, a more utter recklessness
as to how startling effects ih costume were pro
duced, so that they were produced. At no ball
or opera of the entire season has there been so
dazzling a display ot jewelry ana toilette auda
city. Tho rooms and staircases were crowded
After orce having passed a certain spot there
was no repassing it without going the rounds of
a very large circle, i ashion and wealth, how'
ever, were not tho only worlds that were reprc
sented. The world of intellect was thero in
eome force. Mr. Bryant, the poet and editor,
eat or stood alone the greater part of tho even
Ing, his clastic head and beard suggestive of a
majestic rock past which frivolous waters were
bouncing. Dr. Bellows was also there, contem
plating the pictures and the crowd with that
ccniallty which enters so largely Into his roll
gion. These exceptions gavo something of a
dignified counterbalance to a celebrutlon lu
which butterflies love to bask.
Ciood I'rUiay.
Hot Cross Buns 1
An English Institution, but there Is something
jolly In It. It is refreshing, af tor you havo just
finished a hearty breakfast at total variance
with the abstinent principles which Dr. Hall
lays down la his "Health by Good Living," to
eeeaman come in with a huge tray ladon . with
the warm buns. Etiquette does not allow you
to refuse, and If you can't eat one then and
there, etiquette allows itself to be stretched
mfliclently to permit of your carrying away the
UUcacy without your manners being called Into
question.
Good Friday was religiously observed, from
the eaters of hot cross buns to the worshippers
at St. A)1au's. The theatres were poorly at
tended. Tho Stock, Gold, Produce, and Mer
chants' Exchanges and tho Board of Cotton
Brokers suspended thulr usual business meetings.
Since the day was not made a legal holiday, of
course tho Government olHcos, banking institu
tions, and counting-rooms were kept open, but
many places of business were closed, and had
placarded over their doors an announcement
relative to tho sanctity of the day. With all tho
wickedness in high life as well as low for which j
New York is notorious, it Is a city In which
religious forms are observed to a vast extent. J
t'aptnln Alavne Held,
who Is held In a kind of worship by every heart
which beats In a boy's roundabout, is going to
lecture on Byron before an audience which he
boasts will bo mainly composed of old Knicker
bocker families. Since he occupied "Tho
Kanche, Gerrard's Cross, Bucks," Captain
Ecld has experienced many ups and downs,
and, in the course of a life of vicissitudes, has
gone through several fortunes. The last time at
which he distinguished himself at fortune
losing was a few weeks ago, when his magazine
venture exploded. In that ho sank no less than
twenty-flvo thousand dollars. The magazine, it
will be remembered, was called Onward. It
might better havo been termed "Downward." At
present the Captain is a wiry-looking gontlemen
of about fifty, with prominent white teeth, a
nervous manner, a gushing, expansive, and
polite address, and obvious consciousness of his
reputation. He thinks Byron one of the most
unaffected and lovable of men, a chining exam
ple of scandalized Innocence.
r,n:
The letters of Mrs. Calhoun, which have como
to light during tho McFarland trial, are natu
rally exciting a good deal of comment. She has
managed to get all her friends by tho ears, and
indulges in an exquisite simile in which she
typifies hcrcorrespondential connection with tho
Tribune , figuring herBclf as a warbler around
whose feet Mr. Greeley has attached a string.
It seems to be the general opinion that she has
got herself on a string. Ali Baiia.
Tim great Art Balk ok tub Season. Mr.
DHuyvetter's tine collection of paintings Is now
arranged for exhibition at the galleries of B. Scott,
Jr., No. HIT Chesnut street, and as the sale is to take
place on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings, they
should receive the early attention of picture buyers
and lovers of the fine arts. This collection Is re
markable for the largo percentage of very superior
works that it contains, among the most noticeable
of which may be named No. 61, "Waterfall In Nor
way by Moonlight," by A. Wust; No. 144, "The
Shepherd's .Rest," landscape by C. F. De Vogel, and''
cattle by K. T .Verboeckhoven; No. 47, "Royal
Entertainment," by Backolowitz (this is the largest
painting by this artist ever brought to this country,
and It is a very beautiful work); No. i:io,
"Waterfall on the River Olonneu, in Norway,"
by J. Jacobs; No. 60, "Upsetting the Basket,"
by E. Bridau. This is a gorgeous flower picture, that
Is worthy of special notice. The most Important
pictures In the collection, however, are "Esmeralda
and DJoll," by J. Van Lcrlns of Antwerp. This sub
ject, taken from Victor Hugo s "Notre Dame," is of
a much higher class than the pictures generally
offered at auction, and we hope It will be secured by
some genuine lover of art and retained in this city.
The sane may be said of the spirited "Sea Fight at
Walcheron" by Hendrick Schaefels of Antwerp.
This subject Is taken from Motley's "Dutch Repub
lic," and we commend It to the notice or the public
as a very superior picture. Another fine work Is
the Greek subject by Karl Ooms, entitled "Tho Re
turn." This artist has a high reputation lu Europe,
although he Is but little known hero, this being
the second picture by him that has been imported.
Besides those we have mentioned there are a great
number of excellent works of cabinet size that are
admirably suited for the decoration of drawing
rooms. This collection will be sold without reserve
on tho evenings of Tuesday and Wednesday of next
week iy Mr. B. Scott, Jr.
flUJElCAI,! Aftl imAJlAXlC.
Itnllnn Opera.
The approaching season of opera offers attrac
tions which should awaken in tho hearts of all
lovers of the lyric stage a warm interest. We
will again listen to tho exquisite voice of our
lavorite tenor, Signor Brignoli, who has just re
turned from a successful tour in the West.
At San Francisco Brignoli created a great
furore, and was received with every mark of
favor and unbounded enthusiasm. On the night
of his benefit tho last of the season the satis
faction of the audience was evinced by warm
expressions of appreciation. At this farewell
benefit Sig. Brignoli was the recipient of. three
costly gifts tokens of public esteem.
gJWo are promised the pleasure of hearing
Madame Gazzanlga in the operas of Lucretia
Borgia and Trovatore, lu which last named she
will eing for the first time the role of "Azucena."
The memory of her rich sympathetic voice and
wonderful acting is cherished by every lover of
music in this city. It is with a feeling of infinite
Badness that we announce as a fact that this is
positively "La Gazzaniga's" last appearance in
opera.
In the Philadelphia Academy of Music she
was first introduced to the American public.
Hero in our midst 6ho was accorded sympathy
and the just meed of approbation, and it is in
this city she has chosen to take her farewell of
the stage.
Madame Gazzaniga has been faithful In her
attachment to Philadelphia. May she receive a
warm welcome in hearty response to the com
pliment she has accorded our city in choosing
it as the recipient of her fond adieus.
Signor Paolo Giorza, the musical director,
who is ono of tho greatest living composers, is a
man of brilliant talent and refined sensibility.
His celebrated compositions have won for him
renown upon the Continent.
At the early ago of fourteen Signor Giorza
first appeared bofore the musical world. Al
though but a boy in years he composed the music
of the ballet entitled Una Faulta, which was
produced at the La Scala, Milan, where he led an
orchestra of over ninety musicians. In recogni
tion of his talent Victor Emanuel accorded him
decorations. Signor Giorza has composed sixty
ballets, together with countless fugitive pieces.
We are told that ere long he will give to tho
public an opera.
The CUT Amusement.
At TnE Walnut Mr. Lewis Morrison will
have a benefit this evening, when ho will appear
as "Plzarro" in Sheridan's drama of that name,
and as "Jonathan Wild" in the drama of Jack
tihe'pard. Between the plays Mr. W. II. Jones
will recite Lover's poem of "Shamus O'Brien."
Mr. Morrison is a studious and talented actor;
who has made many friends in this city during
the present season, and he should receive the
compliment of a crowded house on the occasion
of this his first benefit here. The play of
Vizarro has not been represented in this city
for a long time, and it ought to be an attraction
of the first magnitude independently of the
murits of t.h beneficiary.
On Monday Mr. and Mrs. Barney Williams
will anoear in Tlie Emerald, lima.
At thb Guess ut Mrs. J. A. Oates and her
burlesque tronpe will appear this afternoon and
eveninir in Tt Field of Us Cloth of Gold.
AtthbAhoh the comedy of Married Life
and the drama of Tlie Seven Clerk are an
nounced for this evening.
At tub Eleventh Street OrERA nousii
an Interesting programmo of minstrelsy is an
nounced for this evenlnff.
At Dcphez & Benedict's Opbea ITocsb
a variety of burnt cork attractions will be offered
this evening.
The Panorama of "Tnn Pilgrim" will be
exhibited at Concert Hall this evening for the
benefit of Kuequenaka Tribe of I. O. R. M.
Bionor Blitz will give his last magical per
formance of the season this afternoon at the
Assembly Building.
The Sentz-Hassi.eh OnriiKSTnA will give a
matinee to-day at Musical Fund Hall.
Miss Carlotta Patti will make her first
nppearanccs in German opera in New York on
the 1Mb, 22d. and 23d of April, when she will
sustain the Me of the "Queen of Night" In
Mozart's opera of Tlie Jlfagir, Flute. Miss Patti
will be supported by Mad 'lies Pauline Canissa and
Dzluba, and Messrs. Habelmann, Hermanns,
Formes, Wclnlich, and Miller. The orchestra
will be directed by Mr. Theodore Ritter. The
same opera will be presented at tho Academy of
Music In this city, with the same cast, on the 2d
and 3d of May.
MARINE TELEGRAPH.
For additional Marin Kern e First Page.
ALMANAC FOR PHILADELPHIA THIS DAY.
BtTN Risks B uo Moon Risks vn
Sun Bets 6-40 IIiqh Watkk 1-49
PHILADELPHIA BOARD OF TRADE,
Gkokoe L. Buzbv, )
ukokoe n. Tatham, V Committee of thb Month.
I. C. McCammon, J
COMMITTEE ON ARBITRATION.
John O. James, Geo. L. Buzby, E. A. Bonder,
Win. W. Panl, Tlioman L. Gillespie.
CLEARED YESTERDAY.
Ship Tamerlane, Sumner, New Orleans, D. S. Stet
son A. Co.
Steamship Wyoming, Teal, Savannah, Philadelphia
and Southern Mall Steamship Co.
Steamer Centipede, Doughty, New York, Westmore
land Coal Co.
Steamer J. S. Shrlver, Webb, Baltimore, A.Oroves, Jr.
Brig Battle E. Wheeler, Bacon, Cardenas, Warren &
Gregg.
Scbr M. A. Folsom, Rose, Boston, Walter & Donald
son. Schr Mary Stow, Rankin, Saco, Lennox & Burgess.
ARRIVED YESTERDAY.
Steamer Centipede, Doughty, 24 hours from New
York, lu ballust to J. S. 1 lilies.
Steamer Frank, llerce, 24 hours from New York,
With mdse. to W. M. Balrd A Co.
Steamer M. Massey, Smith, 24 hours from New
York, with mdBe. to W. M. Balrd A Co.
Steamer Vulcan, Wilcox, 24 hours from New York,
with mdse. to W. M. Balrd & Co.
N. G. bark Theodosius Chtlstlan, Se.hwardtfeger,
76 days from Liverpool, with mdse, to Penrose, Mas
sey & Co.
Br. barkentlne Falthlle, Stephens, hT days from
Messina, with fruit to Isaac Jeanes A Co.
Br. brig Perseverance, Stephens, 70 days from Pa
lermo, with fruit and sulphur to Isaac Jeanes & Co.
Br. trig M. L. It., Estes, 10 days from Cardenas,
with molasses to Thos. P. Stotesbury & Co.
Br. sehr Adelia, Trafton, IB days Irom St. John, N.
13., with spruce scantling to T. P. Galvin A Co.
Schr Belle Halladav, Falkenburg, 15 days from
Tensacola, with yellow pine flooring to T. P. Galvin
& Co.
Schr Estell Bright Fountain, 7 days from Norfolk,
With lumber to J. w. Gasklll A Sons.
Schr Lena Hunter, Perry, 1 days from BoBton,wlth
lc6 to F(?DH Xc Oo
Schr E. J. Turner, Johnson, 5 days from Bath, with
ice to Knickerbocker Ice Co.
Schr A. T. Cohn, Springer, 5 days from Bath, with
Ice to Knickerbocker Ice Co.
Schr C. W. Locke, Huntley, 0 days from Bath, with
Ice to Knickerbocker lee Co.
Schr E. B. Everman, Corson, 4 days from Rock
port, with ice to Knickerbocker Ice Co.
Schr Rose Skerrett, Hinckley, 7 days from Pro
vineetown, with mdse. to Crowell A Nlekerson.
Schr Ann S. Brown, Lewis, 5 days from Boston,
with mdse. to Mershon A Cloud.
Schr George S. Adams, Baker, 6 days from Port
land, with iiidse. to Crowell A Nlekerson.
Schr Olivia, Fox, 1 day from Odessa, Del., with
grain to Jus. L. Bewley A Co.
Special Despatch to The Evening TeleQraph.
Havkk-dk-Gkace, April 16. Tliree boats left this
morning In tow. as follows:
Iris, with pig iron to R. B. Cabecn A Co.
W. N. Carter, with lumber to Trucks, Parker A Co.
Carrie, with wheat to Hoifman A Kennedy.
Correspondence of The Kveninfl Telegraph.
JliASTUJN E JHCJUAUUIN B UUiUB. III.
New Yoke Okkice. April IB Only one barge will
leave In tow to-night for Baltimore, light.
.BALTIMORE .BRANCH UKFICB, AprU ID. M no IOllOW-
lng barges leave In tow to-night, eastward :
Indlunola. Thos. Mulonev. F. W. (irlilln, A. L.
Gritltn, M. Partlettt, and Carrie Niles, all with coal
for New York.
Wm. Norman, with coal, Tor Philadelphia.
Philadelphia Bhancu Office, April 16 Barge
Andy Johnson, with clay, will leave for New York
to-day. Li. b. c.
MEMORANDA
Steamship Empire, Nelson, hence, at Richmond
13th lust., and sailed next morning to return.
Steamship Aries, VWley. for Philadelphia, cleared
at Boston Kith Inst.
Steamship Saxon, Sears, hence, at Boston yester
day.
liarK w. Anderson, ummmono, ior i-nuauei-phia,
sailed from Messina in company with schr
llattte E. Dodge, at New Y'ork In 88 days' passage.
Schr R. A. Ford, Carpenter, from St. John, N. B.,
for Philadelphia, at Holmes' Hole P. M. Villi Inst. ;
lost anchor on Nantucket Shoals.
Sehrs Malabar. McCarty, for Boston: wm. Carroll,
Hlckey, for Salem; C. Woolsey, Parker, for Dighton;
ana Et. jviury, Bieciman, ior xynu, an iruiu i uuauei
phla, at New York 14th Inst.
Schrs Mary Langdon, Kelly, from Dennis; Francis
Burrett, Chose, and Katie J. Hoyt, Parker, from Pro
vidence, all for Philadelphia, at New York 14th Inst.
Sclir J as. M. Flanagan, Shaw, 18 days from Trini
dad, Cuba, at New York 14th inst.
Schrs Agnes, Chester, and Revenue, Nlekerson,
for Philadelphia, sailed from Fall River isth inst.
Schr James Diverty, Carroll, for Philadelphia,
sailed from Pawtucket lath Inst.
Schr W. H. Dennis, Lake, hence, at New Bedford
13th Inst.
Schr L. D. Small, Tlce, hence, at Danverg 10th
instant.
Schr John C. Henry, hence for Lynn, at New Lon
don isth lust.
Schr R. W. Mills, Robins, hence for Boston, at
Holmes' Hole a. jvi. iiim mst.
Sehrs R. W. Godfrey, Young; E.W.Pratt, Ken-
Jj.. . .1 TJIIn.f n T..t.i.n-im.K
Uril' K J BI1U JflUl y IVUUJi iVUUJ, UUUUC ttb X Ul t01UUUkli
JN. inn lDflt.
MANTLES AND SHAWLS.
INDIA SHAWLS.
GEORGE FRYER,
Io. OIG CIIUSlt'UT Street,
Will Open Thursday Blorning,
A LOT OF
INDIA SHAWL 3
AT MUCH LOWER TRICES THAN FORMERLY,
AND LESS THAN GOLD COST. 4 2m
THE FINE ARTS.
H F. HASELTING,
No. 1125 CIIESNUT STREET.
FOR THIRTY DAYS FROM DATE I WILL SELL
MY IMMENSE STOCK AT A LARGE
REDUCTION.
A great opportunity to obtain choice goods In the
FINE ARTS line at low prices. u lorp
HAT8 AND OAPS.
T WARBURTON'B
IMPROVED VKNTT
akt Ctuoi loWm Veal OOm
UlMtv
OARPETINGS, ETC.
E. t. LESTER. CHAfl. T. W0U1,
WM. T. CEIWEA.
E.J.LESTER & COS
CARPET WAREHOUSE,
No. 29 North SECOND Street,
Opposite Christ Church
PHILADELPHIA.
PETING
VELVETS,
BODY BRUSSELS,
TArESTUT BRUSSELS,
in qua in,
VENETIAN CARPETS.
ALSO,
Oil Cloths, Window Shades, Etc.,
IN GREAT VARIETY.
ALL THB ABOVE GOODS WILL BR SOLD,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, AT THE
Lowest Market Rates.
33. J. LESTER & CO.,
Opposite Christ Church
No. 29 north SECOND Street,
2 smw8m PHILADELPHIA.
CARPETINCS,
OIL CLOTHS, MATTIWG8,
KUC3S, DKUiiUETH,
Stair and Hall Carpetlngs,
IN GREAT VARIETY.
PRICES ALL REDUCED.
R. L. KNIGHT & SON,
No. 1222 CHESNUT STREET,
8 6 Btuth3m PHILADELPHIA. .
3 E W CARPETINCS.
Wa are now opening a full line of
FOREIGN and DOMESTIC CARPETS,
OIL CLOTHS,
AMD
A. T T I N G 8,
OF ALL GRADES,
Which we are offering at greatly reduced prices from last
season.
LEEDOM, SHAW & STEWART,
Wo. 35 MARKET Street,
2 24 thstu3m PHILADELPHIA.
ARCH STREET CARPET
WAREHOUSE.
CARPETINGS.
New Styles at the Reduced Rates
BRUSSELS, 3-FLYS, INGRAIN, AND VENETIAN
CAItrKTlNtiiS,
At 26 per cent. lower than last season's prices.
JOSEPH BLACKWOOD,
No. 832 ARCH STREET,
8 19 2mrp Below Ninth, South Side.
CARRIAGES.
CARRIAGES.
WM. D. ROGERS,
CARRIAGE BUILDER,
ORIGINAL AND ONLY
Manufacturer of the Celebrated
ROGERS CARRIAGES,
lOOO and lOl 1
CIIESNUT STREET,
PHILADELPHIA.
New end elegant Btyles ol Carrlaifes constantly
produced. 3 as tuUutfmrp
WHEELER'S
PATENT STAMP CANCELERS.
EDWIN STEVENS,
IJo. 41 S. THIRD Street,
PHILADELPHIA, 3 81tf
General Agent for Vie State of Pennsylvania.
cordage"
Manilla, Siial and Tarred Cordage,
At LawMt New York Prices and Frala-hU.
EDWIN H. FITLER Ac CO
Factory, TRUTH Bt. and GKBMAOTOWlt Ansu.
8tor,'K. U H. WATER 81 and 23 . PKLsYWA&B
BOOTS ANO SHOES.
No. 83 SOUTH SIXTH STREET,
XTr thtnkral for the palrnnago extended
heretofore, and dosiron, of farther faom, ben,
announce hie BPRINO STYLES OF HOOTS and
SHOES for Genu' and Hoys' wear.
A larce assortment of CUsroM-MADS GOODS,
raade on hi improved Lenta, which are unrivalled
for comfort and beaaty, enable hbn to furnlah a
ready Ot at all Umea, l it thstuD3I
p. C H A 8. CICHEL,
Fashionable Boot and Shoe
MAltUFAOTURKR,
Ko. 50 t:ortl KlUIITII Ntreet,
19 Imrp Flint fltor. abor. Bnttoaimnd Rt. PhiUda.
FOR BALE.
WEST PHILADELPHIA FOR SALE
TtoKanl. No. 411(1 KPKUOK Mtr..t. Tn b.nrl.
soma brown .ton. front Hr.t4.no.. Mansard roof. .id.
yard, all moriora eonr.nl.n.M, In pr1 ot order, bom.
dint. pow.irn.
No. 41 It I'l.NK Rtrrat- Pontile Ms.alon, bnlltof drMmd
rr-j it'in, i'l yard, .r.ry eoao.ai.DO la (nrliwl ordsr
1'uawMioB M.i 1.
o. J. Fr i.r, BRo..
4 Irani ra Ro. 13u B, t'KONT Htr,t.
NO. 131 S. EIGHTEENTH STREET,
aoote WAX. HUT.
THOMAS A S059
Will sell this el.ft-snt ntadltrov". dw.lllnic, April 19.
PoMlon lmmdU.. Turin, on. third cs.h. 4 14 4t
CIIESNUT HILL,FOR SALE, OR
Fxcbana. for a eity midnno.. on. of th. mmt
'.irabl. plaves on th. Mill Man.ton. with hfi.tor. ....
water, trrap.ry, groan doum, tr. doom. H.at lb. Depot,
with a tin. vi.w. b.od lor dawcrtptton.
J. K. MITOHFf.fc.
4 913141f)4ta No. 310 YOKK Arena..
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE.
Rleasnt Country Brat on Wilmtai-Urn Kallrn.il.
near uiayinon.rtiarjon ; comaina aortM.ftoiKiaw.uiD.,
ion hnu.s, boat bouu. and .table. Fornilur. and auwk
also for sale, all at a low price. J. H. MOKRIH,
4 16 tit No. 233 Nortbl'KN I'll Str.t.
TO RENT.
TO LET THE STORE PROPERTY NO.
723 Ohesnnt street, twenty Are feet front, one boa
dred and forty-Bra feet deep to Bennett street, Back
buildings Or. stories high. Posseesion Mar L 1870. Ad
drees THOMAS & FLETOUKK.
laiotf Pelanoo, H. J.
MTO LET-A DESIRABLE RESIDENCE,
with all the modern conroniencea, on Loonat ave
nue, near Willow avenue, Gnrmantown. Tbree minute.'
walk from Ohnrcb Lane Station. Immpdiate poaaraxion.
Apply to BOOT T A DAY, No. 88 N. THIRD Bt. 4 1 tit
fFOR RENT A LARGE STORE AND
Dwelling, No. 1318 Ridge arenas, newly fitted np
all modern conveniences. Apply to LO. PRIOH,
No.64N. BKVKNTH Brreet. I It tf
TO LET $33 A DESIRABLE TEN-ROOM
hoasn. No. 2314 Parian street. All modorn conve
niences. One aijaare from the Union Passonger Railroad
Denot. Apply to
4 14 tit A. O. MoCURDY, No. 1R23 Master street.
CIGARS.
J V. WOKTIIlNUTOai &. WOit,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer, la
Imported and Ifomestlo Cigar,
AND ALL ARTICLES OF THB TRADE,
433 Chesnut St., opposite the Post Office,
Branch of 1U6 Bouth SIXTH Street,
PHILADELPHIA.
AGENTS FOR KEY WENT CIO ARM.
We invite an inspection of oar stock, every sale being
guaranteed. 8 ifi Itu
T A ROSA E8PANOLA"
XJ "KEY WEST HAVANA CIGARS."
Having the agency for the aale of the celebrated brand
of LA ROBA KKPANULA KEY WEST HAVANA
CIGARS, we invite dealers to examine our stouk. being
equal in all respects to the imported Havana, and much
leas in price.
M. E. MoDOWRLIi A OO.,
Oommiaaion Merchants,
4 7 1m No. i N. WATER btreet.
ICt.
P
ENN ICC COMPANY
OF PHILADELPHIA.
Incorporated 1868.
OFFICES,
B. W. Corner FOURTH and LIBRARY,
No. 408 North TWENTY-FIRST Street.
Shipping Depot, BPRUOK STREET WHARF, Schuyl
kill River.
CHAS. J. WOLBERT, President,
8 30 60trp CHAS. B. RKE8, Superintendent.
GOODS FOR THE LADIES.
jyj R S. R. D I L h ON.
KOS. 823 AND 831 SOUTH STREET,
has a large assortment of FINE MILLINERY Ladies
and Misses, Ribbons, Satins, Silks, Velvet an Vel
veteens, Crapes, Feathers, Flowers, Frames, 8asb
Ribbons, Ornaments, Mourning Millinery, Crape
Veils, eto.
REMOVAL. MRS. E. HENRY, MANUFAC
tnrer of Ladies' Cloaks and Mantillas, finding her
late location, No. 16 North Eighth street, inadequate for
her largely increased business, has removed to tbe
ELEGANT AND bPAOlOUS WAREROOM, att be
Southeast corner of NINTH and ARCH Btreets, where
she now offers, in addition to her stock of Cloaks and
Mantillas, a choioe Invoice of Paisley Bhawls, Lace
Point, and Sacqnes. 8 3S 3m
T ABIES' DRESS TRIMMINGS,
XJ Staple and Fancy.
Fringes, Gimps, and Buttons.
Pearl Buttons, a good assortment.
Knibroidered clippers and Cushions,
American Zephyr.
Berlin Zephyr sold, fnll weight.
4i)stuth3m RAPSON'8,
N. W. cor, of EIGHTH and CHERRY 8t.re..ts.
ROOFINQ.
READY ROOFIN G.
This Rooting is adapted to all buildings. It can be
applied to
STEEP OR FLAT ROOFS
at one-half tbe expense of tin. It is readily put on old
Shingle Roofs without removing the shingles, thas avoid,
lag tlie damaging of oeiliogs and furniture while under-
fomg repairs. (No gravel used.)
RESKBVjs YOUH TIN ROOFS WITH WELTON
ELASTIC PAINT.
I am always prepared to Repair and Paint Roofs at she
notice. Also, PAINT FOR SALE by the bane lor gallon
the best and cheapest in the market yrKl TON
1 17 No. 711 N. NINTH Btreet.abor.'Ooate.
rpo OWNERS. ARCHITECTS, BUILDERS.
X AND ROOFERS. Roofs! Yes, tee. Kvry atss and
kind, old or new. At No. 643 N. THIRD Street, Che AME
RICAN OONORETE PAINT AND BOOF COMPANY
are selling their celebrated paint lor TIN ROOFS, and
for preserving all wood and metals. Also, their solid oon
plea roof oovering, tbe bet eve offered to the public with
brashes, cans, buckets, eto., ior the work. Anti-vermin.
Fire, and Water-proof) Light, Tight, Durable. Noorack.
Ing, pealing, or shrinking. No paper, gravel, or heat. Good
for all olimatea. Directions given for work, or good work,
men supplied. Care, promptness, eertsdntyl One Prise I
Ceil! Examine! Jndgel
A genu wanted for in bar! or eonntlee,
BUILDINQ MATERIALS.
R. R. THOMAS & CO.,
DXALEB8 IN
Doors, Blinds, Sash, Shutters,
WINDOW FRAMES, ETC.,
N. W. CORNER OP
EIGHTEENTH and MARKET Streets,
412 8m PHILADELPHIA.
QOLONNADC HOTEL,
FIFTEENTH AND CHESNUT STS.,
JNTIMXY NEW AND HANDSOMELY FUR
NIBHED, la now ready for p.rmanent or transient gaeata
No. lets) of HOTEL FRONT. STORE TO LET er
low to responsible party. it
AMUSEMENTS.
CADEMT OF
music;
BRIGNOLI'S
GRAND ITALIAN OPERA.
Tbe management respectfully announces
SIGNOR BRIGNOLI'S FAREWELL
,ori,.borion,!:fh,
Conaiatrngof "AUAN OPERA.
VK NIGHTS AND ONE MATINEE.
On thlsoenaalon the great Dramatic Prima Donna
., ,W.MK: MARIETTA GAZZANIGA '
!'! !Hf.r,.hr anpearanoe in pnblio, and sing for
tbe i I Kbi AND ONLY 'J' IMK the dramatio rot, of
c, ii.ii'''!'"1'"1"' TROVATORK.
efnfa" UL1 will be assisted by the following eral.
M ME. MARIETTA OA77ANIGA,
..... "MH ISABEL MrOTJLLOOH.
MITB. OABUL, BIG8. FETKELLI. SARTI. UrOA
TKLLI, M AHKKT, and P. PbMUNOI.f. D'"1,
.H'LL(;HORl'8ANDOttOHFRTRA.
BI"- .V1 tilOR'A MUSICAL DIRECTOR
1 ne following Opera, will be given :
a.,;'i,aI,le.A.M!l,KKMOOH' DOIf PABQUAXK.
CRK1A BORgia ATOK' BARBIERE, aid LV-
opening mnnT.TnnRSDAY, Apra at.
...... .v SEASON TICKETS.
Tickets for the season of five night, and one matinee.
Including reserved seata,
BIX DOLLARS.
The sale of Reason Tickets will commune on MONDAY.
ALViJf.E1 w- U- BONER'S Musio Store, No.
llul f HF.BNLT Street.
l6at CI. A. CHIZZOLA, Bnalneea Manager.
LAURA K E E N E
OHKBNUT STRKIfT THKATRN. BeadnaaiS.
8
RETURN OF THE EXILES, '
Commencement of the summer seannn. .
. EVERY NIGHT THIS WEF.K.
MRS. JAMES A. OATF8 AND HER CELEBRATED
COMPANY
In the great hlatnrte bnrlmtin.,
THE FIELD OF THE CLOTH OF GOLD,
Over one hundred artistes appearing.
MATINK.E, SATURDAY, AT SI O'CLOCK.
WLNU T STREET THEATRIC
' THIS (Saturday) EVENING, April 1,
IHF.NFHT OK MR. I, K W irt MORRISON.
1'IZARRO; OR, THE DEATH OF ROLL A.
r,ro Mr. Lewie Morrison
ho" mr: v.h: jonks1'- Ch"lM wot
will recite the celebrated poem, by lover.
, , SHAMUS O'BHIFJ..
To conclude witb the oelnhrated drama of
M JACK. BUKPPARD.
Jack Bheppard Mr. Charles Waloet
Jonathan VSild Mr. Lewis MorruoB
THIS AFTERNOON. UNCLE TOM MATINKK.
ALNUT STREET THEATRE.
SPECIAL CARD. Th. Management has sieeor nln.
.nr. in anoo.ncing an engagement with those world-re-Downed
art4eH(
MR. AND MRS. BARNEY WILLIAMS,
who will inaugurate a
CARNIVAL OF FUN,
On EASTER MONDAY. April 18,
commencing with the beautiful drama of
, THE EMERALD RING.
Box Book sow opea 4 11 mwfs 4t'
MRS. JOHN DREW'S ACH8TkET
THEATRE. Begins W to 8.
DOUbl.K BII.L-CO:I.DY AND DRAMA.
TO NIGHT (Saturday). April W,
MARRIED LIFE.
By Mrs. JOHN DREW and Company.
Concluding with the drama of
,,r, .......... ',HK SEVEN CLERKS:
OR, THE THREE THIEVES and THE DENOUNCER.
. By the Full Company.
FARTFR WEEK-COMEDY WEK.
MONDAY THE GOOD NATURKD MAN.
F
OX'S AMERICAN THEATRE
- Ttfli.u i nTeei, anoYS KiffntD. 4
fV,F:R.Y.!ICVK,nNO' 01,1 Knl,"n J''""'", Ptuich and
Judy, by the great comndiana COLLINS and DAISKY
Wtra 1 MACKEN snd SULLIVAN: Female Dram
Corpaj Utiampagne Pyramid; the world renownd Gyni
"Y."'" (,'AVm OTHERS, and FRANK WOOD.
Mad Ilea le Koaa annla Roaa In two new Halleta.
DUPREZ A BENEDICT'S OPERA HOUSE."
- . - -viiiti, 1 . r 11 ea DP.nr IJItTITsJ
filtiANTIO MINSTRELS WILL INTRODUOB
Mrat Time Great Knrlea.ue, Othello.
rtrat Week Piacatorial kinnum
Mrat Wwk-Finale. Slumlwring Moke.
Ijmt Week-lrreaialible Hunky i Dory.
411 At
NT EW ELEVENTH STREET OPERA HOUSE.
11 ELEVENTH Street, abov. Obeenot,
. TIIR FAMILY RESORT.
OARNCHOSS A DIXEY'S MIN8TRRLS,
th. gr.at btar Tmnti. of th. world, in their nnsnnallad
F'lfllOPlAN SOlriEFS, ' uamiaMuml
opebat am1 bono8-
R. f.
SIMPBON. Tiur.r."MW-UDO' VlVi
pONCERT HAL L NINTn
THE PII.OR I u
WEEK-
INCREAS1NO INTEREST. CROWDED
EVERV ntgii r
HOUSES
Benefits, THURSDAY EVENING, West Philadel
phia Lodge, L O. O. F., No. 672 FRIDAY EVF?N1NG.
fJ!Vr'1rM-K' Ch.orc5, Saturday, ami P.M., even!
lvi'air-'T'1'? Tl? ' Lt,- k'JM- MbNDAY
FyEMNG, New.boya' Home. Reserved seats, 76centJ
Admiaaiun.&uc.nts. Children, 2ft cents.
u3 J. W. BAIN, Propriotor.
VALER'S (LATE MILLER'S) WINTBK
G A R DFN, Nos. 720, 723, 724, and TM VINE Btraml
? V,1 x-I1 R! O R C U f!sT R I ON? formerly th props, f
of the GRAND DUKE OF BADEN, purcnaaed at iria.
expense by JACOB VALER, of this oily, in oomhlnation
with FLAMKK'S ORUHKHiHA and MisiNKLLIH
ASP5iRJiVN.'.,r"1 1!,r'orm KVERU AFTliOOB m2
1VKNINU at the above-mentioned plaoe.
Admiaaion free. 3if
TEMPLE OF WONDERS, ASSEMBLY BUILD
ING. LA8T WEEK. LAST WEEK! "
BIGNOR BLITZ, Jr. "
Roanrtearance of SIGNOR BLITZ SATURDAY
AFTERNOON, and laat performance thieaeaaon7
SENTZ AND HA8SLER'8 MATINEES-.-MUSICAL
FUND HALL, 1H68-70, every SATUR,
DAY AFTERNOON at o-oTk. U le
LUMBER.
1870
BPRUCB JOIST.
SPKUCK JOIST.
ITEM LOCK.
HEMLOCK.
1870
1870
SEASONED CLEAR PINE. t OTA
BKABONKD CLEAR PINK. 10 I V
CHOICE PATTERN PINE.
SPANISH CEDAR. FOR PATTERNS,
KKD CEDAR.
1870
FLORIDA FLOORING,
FLORIDA FLOOIUNO.
CAROLINA FLOORING.
VIRGINIA FLOORING.
DELAWARE FLOORING.
ASH FLOORING.
WALNUT FLOORING.
FLORIDA STEP HOARDS.
RAIL FLANK.
1870
1 C7A WALNUT BOARDS AND PLANK. -t Q7t
10 i V WALNUT BOARDS AND PLANK.lO i U
WALNUT BOA KDS,
WALNUT PLANK.
1870
UNDERTAKERS' LUMBER, Qrj
UNDKKTA KEKS' LbJUiKU. 1 0 i U
RED CKDAH.
WALNUT AND PINK.
1870
SEASONED POPLAR. 1 OTA
ti&AbONED CilEitiiY. 10 lU
ASH.
wnrra oak plank and boards.
HICKORY.
1870
CIGAR BOX MAKERS' IOTA.
CIGAR BOX MAKERS' lO t U
SPANISH UKUAR BOX BOARDS,
FOR SALE LOW.
1870
CAROLINA SCANTLING.
CAROLINA H. T. BILLS.
NORWAY SCANTLING.
1870
IOTA CEDAR SHINGLES. 1 QTA
lOlU CYPRESS SHINGLE lOsV
HAULS. BROTHER CO.,
Ill No. aouo BOUTH Street,'
11 AN EL PLANK, ALL THICKNES
1 COMMON PLANK. ALL THICK1MUUL
1 COMMON BOARDS-
1 and i SIDE FENCE BOAfl
WHITE PIN E FUMJR1NG JA,P, ,
YFLTAW AND SAP PINK FLOOUtt. fiiasd Ji
BPRUCK JOIST. ALL SIZHS. .
IS KMIXKJK JOINT, Aj-JJ ?T,r.Fat
PLASTERING LATUKUULTT.
Tog.th.r witb a general a or-'"' ft.,u'd'nf
TOT eVile) lOW fOT A . W, DMALl.
UM Hm nFTKFTH d BTILKS SarWl
U
covir;
lLvAxS DKi.
Walnut, White P"e Yellow Pine, Snnic, Hem.
lock, ShlngleB, eu 'alwaye on band at low rates. :
WATSON A UILXJNGHAJf,
S m No M RICHMOND Street, 18th warf
C O A N E X C II A
. BAG MANUFACTORY.
N
v . corner of MARKET and WATER 6tr. , !
, fhuadelphia.
, DEALER IN BAGS AND BAGGING.'; .,
' Of averv dHjb.riiit.il. n f.tv '
Grai Floor, Bait, Super-Pboaphat. af
Llxsa. Bea
Urge and small OUNNY BAGSeMstanUieal
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