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THE DAILY EVtfJNlNG TELEGRAPH PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, APRIL 1G, 1870.
Evening clegrapU PUBLI8IIED EVERT AFTERNO ON (SUNDAYS BXCJ5HTBI), AT THE EVENING TF.LKGRAFII IJUILDING, No. 108 8. THIRD STREET, PHILADELPHIA. SATURDAY; APRIL 1ft, 1870. THM IiWIITS OF COLORED VOTERS. Iif Ohio and California the fifteenth amend ment has been Ret at nanght by the refusal to register negro roteri, it being alleged that the exinting Stale lawn, which disfranchise the colored men, are in full force notwith atanding the amendment, and that the ne groes are not entitled to the privileges of citi eanship mntil Congress takes action in the natter by passing laws to enforce the Con stitution. It is well that this question has been rained now, so that it can be settled At once and forever by Congress before it ad journs; and if there yet remains anything to be done to secure to our colored fellow-citizens all thoir rights, the Democrats will be rlmnrr mi ARRAntinl Horvina to the communitv 1 by making all the legal objections they can think of at onoe, so that they can be attended to. The Judioiary Committee of the House of Representatives has now under consideration bill for the enforcement of the fifteenth amendment, which is as stringent in its pro visions as the emergency requires; and we tinoerelyhope that it will be reported as soon as practicable, and acted upon by both houses of Congress without delay. The bill declares that any official who shall officially deny the right of any citizen to vote on account of race, color, or previous oondition at any elec tion, shall be adjudged guilty of a misde meanor, and be punished by imprisonment not less than one nor more than three yean, or by a fine of not loss than $500 nor more than $5000, or by both fine and imprison ment. The bill contains other provisions of similar character for the purpose of prevent ing any interference with the exercise of the franchise by the negroes, and it will effectu ally put a stop to the performances of Demo cratic Attorney-Generals and others who are now attempting to curry favor with the lowest, most ignorant, and brutal classes in the com munity by obstructing, so far 'as is in their power, the operations of the fifteenth amend ment. EUilOrEAN COM PL 1MENTS AMERICA. TO Ir is such a rare occurrence for the Govern ment of the United States to be gracefully and efficiently represented at a European Court that the exceptional cases deserve special notice. The old definition of an am bassador was a man sent to a foreign country to lie for the benefit of the nation he repre sented, but generally the American people do not have even this service performed, and .their foreign ministers are about equally divided between thoso who go abroad to make themselves rich by parsimoniously hoarding their salaries, and thoso who make themselves ridiculous by nonsensical display. By a fortunate combination of accidents, however, it occasionally happens that the right man is put into the right place abroad as well as at home. This seems to be the ' case now with the Austrian mission, if a fair : criterion can befurnlshed by the proceedings of the dinner given by Mr. John Jay at the American legation in Vienna, on the 221 day of February, as a celebration of "Washington's birthday, to the Chancellor of the Austrian Empire, Count de Beust, and . the Ministers of the various European nations who are accredited to the Austrian Court. The whole affair was managed with an amount of tact unusual on such occasious, and in response to graceful speeches and toasts offered by Mr. Jay, Washington, America, and the American people reoeived a host of graceful compliments from Count do Beust and the official representatives of France, England, Prussia, lius.ua, and Spain. All the speeches, except the two latter, were da livered in English, and this circumstance, while it heightened the interest of the occa sion, gave rise to several humorous allusions. For instance, the Count de Beust said that he should be totally nnable to follow the diplo matic system of using language to conceal his thoughts, because the utmost that he could dare to aspire to was to express his feelings. He is evidently, however, no novioe in the use of the English tongue, as may between by bis utterance of the following sentiment: "I trust that the motto of the great Republic across the ocean, unit; an J freedom, will alwuya be q1 remain oura uultyaud freedom I The firnt an the only element of strength, the last oh the great prm eiple of pragma." The French Minister paid a very graceful personal compliment to Mr. Jay as the de pendent of the John Jay of Revolutionary memory, and he contended that the firm friendship between Franoe and the United States was even better than a formal alliance. Mr. Lytton, the Secretary of the British Legation, in commenting upon the late war, gave this emphatic and vigorous samniary of its management and results: "When we recall to mind merely the mtiRnlturte of those oolottaal aiuileti all composed of uieu who, . but a lb months before, had boon unarmed, pence loving oKlzeuti; and who, the moment after they had rescued from the muMcm eelfpse of a most uu provoKedcalwnity those thirty-four bright Htars of the great Atlubtlo conHtellatlon, again became, as they had been before, unarmed, peace-loving citi zens; yet whOHo victorious operations hail in the meanwhile covered a Hue of territory actually vaster In extent than the vole distance from Moscow to Madrid 1 Bay, when we remember how these ur . Biles were created, what those aimies achieved (not for A met lea only, but 'or the cause of universal linmanltvt. and then again how these arminy warn dissolved, vt mut xurely it-knowledge Uhat, in the Autery f all the world, there W no oilier mteh example ' of bow much may be eileetet. eVeu materially, by sheer force of conscience, whet. Indeed, the con science of a great nation is fairly vmucmrated upon the duties of a great cause." Equally complimentary and scarcely less 1 striking speeches were made by the ropre sentatives of Kussia, Prussia, and Spun. The latter lavished high praise upon Washington, and upon this nation aa "the model of free e countries, which has known how to harmonize the most extendod liberty with the pro- foundeat regard for law." He also eulogized ttra&t M a ."bravo warrior and loyal magia trate who knows how to maintain so well the treaties of reciprocal friendship whloh are bahi'd upon right and jUHtiee." Thviif. is a rumor in the air that the only sensible style of dress that the dictates of fashion have pormitted the sex feminine to assume of late years is to be abandoned forth with. The hhort skirts that have been in vogue for the last few Reasons are to disap pear from our promenades, and the pave ments are to be swept by the trailing gowns of tbe maids and matrons of America. It is very sad to think that the women cannot maintain a really sensible and elegant style of dress for more than a couple of seasons, and preserve a reasonable menn between the utterly hideous "rational" costume of the Florence Heights doctrosees and such abomi nations as the long skirts that every one hoped were banished forever from the streets. There is a good deal of Ulk about wemen's rights nowadays, but one of the primary rights might be to dress with elegance, taste, and a proper regard for the conveniences of life. The street dresses at prosent worn by our women, although perhaps open to artistio criticism in some of their features, are cer tainly to be commended for their embodi ment of common sense principles that ought to secure their continuance. It is difficult to imagine how any woman who has experienced the convenience and comfort of short dresses should ever be willing to adopt a fashion that has nothing whatever to reoommend it. There is no accounting for tastes, however, or for the freaks of fashion. RELIGIOUS NOTICES. UaT "PUT MONEY IN THY PURSK." A Iifctnra oa tbs shorn auhjact, by Bsy. H. M. O Kh IiAHKK, 1'astor of tb First Baptist (Jlmrcn, Brooklyn. M. V., at tlia TAUKKNAUIjH. BAPTIST CHURUU, ( HKKNIIT Street, west of Kisbtoenth, on MONDAY KV KM I N, April 85, 1870, at 8 o'clock, in aid of lb e mil lion work of the young pnople of the church. Tickets, AO cent, at the Pinno Rooms of J. K. Uould, No. 821 Utissnut street, and at No. 63U Arch street. 4 ln7t a?- CLINTON STREET CHURCH, TENTH Street, below Spruce. Rot. Dr. ALLKN, of Pine Street Cihurcb, To-morrow at 10 A. M., and Rot Dr. HAWKS, of tbe OoiiKreicatinnal Church, at 8 P M. Kreu jog subject "The K.ffeot of Relieving Ood. All Inrltert. lT SERMON TO CHILDREN. REV. . A. PKH'Z will preach a sermon to Children To morrow morning, in the TABKHNACLK RAPTISF CHURCH, CHKSNUT Street, west of Kighte?nth. Parents and friends of Sunday Schools apeoially inrited. gS- FAREWELL SERVICES. ON EASTER SUNDAY the Rev. J. W. BONH AM will preach hi cloning sermons as rector ef the BISHOP'S FRKK CM I RCI1, North sido HPKINU liARDKN Street, below Broad. Hervices at 1U 3U A. M. and quarter to 8 f. M. tfeW- EASTER SERVICES LUTIIERBAU.M FWiMSH liUTHKRAN CHURCH, TWRMTH and OXFORD Streets, Rer. N. At. PRIOK, Pastor. lut. Confirmation, Imtitisin, and ruception of members, lord's Snpyer. F ree pons. BETII-EDEN BAPTIST CHURCH, BROAD and Sl'RUCR Streets. Roy. .1. WHKA. TON SM ITH , D. D., Pastor, will preach on Sunday Morn ing at lux o'clock, and evening at 8 o'olock. Strangers are cordially invited. rtj& yUlLOKKS'S CHURCH. PENN SOUARK PRKSBYTRRfAN CHURCH, BROAD Street above Chesnut, To-morrow, 17th inHt., at H o'clock P. M. Hormnn by the Pastor, Rev. HKNRY C. McOOOK., Tbe usual service at H'.'t) A. M. ftgy- ARCn STREET M. E. CHURCH, BROAD Street, below Arch. Preaching bv Kev. O. II. PAYNR, Pastor, Huuduy, at lu.4 A. M. and 1 jr. m. Jnswir sermon in me morning, oirangers invitoa. By- 8PRINO GARDEN BAPTI3T CHURCH, THIRTEKKTH Stroet. above Wallace, Rev. L. V. HOnNRKKiiKK, raster. freaomng To-morrow at 10S A. M. and 7 r. at. paupain ponooi at a r. en, - Ha?- ALEXANDER PRESBYTERIAN Preacblns To-morrow, at 10 'A o'olock A. M.. and at 7 U P. M. by Rav. tJKOKt.i: f. CAIN, Pastor elect a-KEv7u7 WADS WORTH. D.D.. PASTOR, will Dresch To-morrow in the THIRD HKFORMFD OIITJROH. TKNTH and FILBKKT StroeU. Servioesat 10)oVIM :kAj M. ana ajrfli ipijy- ST. CLEMENT'S CHURCH, TWEN- TIKTH and CHKRRY Streets. To-morrow Kven ing (Ksater Day) service and sermon at 7u o'clock. Cho ral service. Seats free. Bfiy- THE FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CnURCH, WASHINtJTON 8QUARK. -Rev. HKRRIOK JOHNSON, D. D., Pastor, will presoh To-morrow at 111,' A. M. sua Kev. a. a. n ii.iji i o, u. i at o r. m. BfcW- CALVARY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, PHRKY, Pastor. Se'c vises at lu A. lit. and 7 PM. " SS" T11K REV. H. A. CLEVEiAND WILL L i muiailnTiV kl V 111 ITTl ill jili n.. urviru in j niiii i n. vnu ivv'ii, avv ia .tin momiiif and H the ovening. 6lrui)ceni lira cordially in- Btw AN EXHIBITION OF THE "PILftRIM" for tbe banollt of the NINH TKK.NTH STRKKT M. K. CHURCH, at CONCKRT 11AI,I on TliJJSDAY KVIMNIi, li'lh iast. Tickets at tbe door. "II UM AN DKST1NY." BY SPECIAL request. Rev. MOSKS BAI.LOU will repeat his dis course cn this mil'iect To morrow evening, at Churou Kit. II I ii anil ruiii;K ntreets. - fltaT NORTH TENTH STREET PRESBYTE- n v 'li ' vv i a.( ivivn uuaiu nvnuurj. !() M. NKW KIRK, Paster.- Rev K. D. l.KDYARDat lujj A.M. Paster st h P. M. Strangers invited. fij- WEST ARCH STREET PRESBYTERIAN OHURCH.-Rev. A. A. WII.MTS. D. D., will prench To morrow at U H A. M., and Rev. HKRR1CK. JOHNSON, D. D., at 8 o'clock P. M. ngV" SECOND BAPTIST ClTuRCH, UPfUL I . ITU c ... . . . II , ( , I, .1 inu main mroi-in, iinruiKHiuna. - nnr. ua.ur.il I,I8K will preach Tomorrow (Sunduy) Morning and Evening. KB- KT. M An II KWs I . K. CHURCH, FIGHTKF.NTH Street and OIRARD Avenue. Mornine service and communion at lU.1 o'clock. Sunday School Raster F'ealival at H o'clock. SPECIAL. NOTICES. ttr enUllional Bpteial Aotiem see Out Intid Ruif. RATIFICATION MEETING. A Mass Meeting of the citizens of the SKVRNTII WARD will be held on SATURDAY KVKNINIi, April K at LlliK.KlY HA1.I., l.OMHAKD Street, at 8 o'clock. All are rmpectlully invited. Ccntrinutions siiicita Irum me cituent oi tue eovoutu Wsrd rlugs, etc. eto. By order of the Committee. ,1. w. rumen, loeeph W. Oassev, IHianes O. Derry, TUoioaa Allmend, W. Chnstootior. 'lhoiuaa,l. Bowers, Robert Adger, Alexander Banks, ftTK J. H. Lacomhk, Secretary. 'HKN SMIl'U, Chairman. rS" CAMDEN AND AMliOY RAILROAD AND TBANSPORTATION OmiPANY. OKHi K TuKSroN, N. .) Aonl 11. 1H7I) The Annual Meeting of the Htjukholdnrnof the tJamden and Ain'.oy Railroad ui l Trannpiirtatioa Comoany will be be l in Trr-nton, New.lery, at the Company's Office, on TUFSDA Y, tue loin o( Muy, IhTO, at Vi o'olock M for tb luction af soven Dircotora to serve tor tbe ensuing rear, HAMUKI. J UAfAKl), 4 IB tMyf BeOTetaryJOjftA. R. R. AT. Co. FOR 8 ALE. fTs COUNTRY SEAT AND FARM FOR gi Julli! RAT.F..- W or 1H0 at-rat, Bristol Pike, above LI S4i.-n utile stone, and near Tacony Station. Manaiou House and Dwellings to 1st. Apply on promises, or to R. VVHITAKKit, H No. fill) UCUSl' Sireet. TO RENT. TO LET, NEAR MOUNT HOLLY, N. J handsome Country Residence, containing 14 rooms, with atabliag, large garden, plenty of fruit and shade. R. T. DOBBINS. 4 16 atuthjlt No. 14IS VT A LI V T Btreat. FOR SALE, THE DESIRABLE RE3I- dence No. !. Spring (isrden itrset. Immediate pooA-xlon. Apply lO V 1. KUS9SLL tULlfl, no. n,i WALNUT Slroct. 4 1 It" CUTLERY, ETO. JODUKlUi & WOSTKNUOLM'a POCKET KMVFJS, Pearl and Bt ag handles, and beaaUfol finlab Kodgers', audi Wad Butcbar'i Kaaora, and tba eal b rated Laoonltra Raaor; Ladles' lulaaora, la isias, of tba finast qoalitr t Rod era Table OutUry, Carvers and Forts, Haaor Btropa, Cork Screws, Kta. Kar tnatromsnta, to aaaiat tha haaxiag, el tba saoat approved eoastraouoo, U P. MADURA'S, IK Ra. IU TKNT1I Btrtet, below Oueaant. OLOTHINQ. OltEAT BROWN HALL, 603 and 605 CHESNUT Street. Re & W Solllnrr Sprlns; SntU from our Btnpendons Htoek. Rnperlor to all ot hers In fHvle. Superior to all others ia Roonomy, Superior to all ot here ia Beauty. Superior to all others in Material Superior to all others in Design. Superior to all others in Durability. Superior to all others in Comfort. Cloth I nc: Crowd of Customers wltb Choicest Clothes, Commended for Kioellenoeof Fit. Commende'l for Cheapneaiof Prtoa. Comrnonried for Permanenoe of Cobir. Uommended for Neatness of Adorn ment. Commanded for Tastefalnees of Pat tern. Commended for Variety of Wieontlnn. Commended for Oeuerel Desirability. Ready Raiment Rogalatcd to the ReriuiremenU of all Reasonable r. & y Headers. Ready to pnt en at onoe. Ready to give Kntire Satisfaction. Read f to outwear any other Ready at a moment's notloe. Ready for any F.mergnncy. Ready for the Rntb of Customers. Ready at Reduced RateaU ! ! 1! 1 Coma and see tha Immense stock of READY BAt MK.NTon the ground floor. Come and sen oni Incomparable CUSTOM DK PAR I' ll KN f on the aeoond floor. WESTON & BROTHER. TAILORS, 8 W. Corner NINTH and ARCH Sti PniLADELPIlIA. A full assortment of the most approved styles foT" SPUING AND SUMMER WEAK, NOW IN STORE. A SUPERIOR GARMENT AT A REASONABLE PRICE. 4 i 8mrp HOSIERY. COOK & BROTHER, RETAILERS OF HOSIERY GOODS, Exclusively of their own Importation, No. 53 North EIGHTH Street. rTNOUSII, FRKNCll, - nosir.itY (.oon.s. In all dcsirablo qualities of SILK, 1 BALIiRIGGAN, mkkino, iio.sii:ry ciouiM. COTTON, TliHEAl), J Mcfwrs C i B. cilor their entire RETAIL STOCK at a redaction of 20 PER CENT, npon their prices for 1869. 41!itusomp PERKINS & CO., 9 South riUMTZZ Street. HAVE EVERT VARIETY Of II O IS I IU Tt V IVIEIIIVO WEAR, AT THE LOWEST PRICES. N. B.-Jonvln's best make of EID GLOVES, & II-7C ; other makiis at 11 an! gi-bo. 9 IT thBtn8m4p CLOTHS, PASS I MERES, ETO. LOWEST PRICES rom nisWIIST FABRICS IK Scotch Dannockburns. English Cassimeres. French Coatings. French Cassimeres. Paris Vestings. White Corduroys. Wm. T. Snodgrass & Co., No. 34 South SECOND Street, 829 tuthBlmip PH1LADELPUIA. PIANOS. GRAND OPENING. RARE CHANCE. WILLIAM BLASIUQ' TVoav Piano Store4 (Next door to ray former place,) 1008 CHESNUT STREET. FOR A SHORT TIM.K ONLY, AT "YVlaoloNalo Pricen, THE "DECKER 1 JltOS' " UB RIVALLED PIANOS, (Buperlor to Ktcinway'H). KRAKICH, BACH & COMPANY'S, (Equal to Btvlnway's), anil 4 2 lm 6BVEHAL HTJUoltEO DOLLARS Cn RAPE It. MaMUvaoTUKKHS or FIRNT-ULAIsU flANU-r'UBTU. Pall taaraulse and moilertte prioaa. Hi W AUh.KOU4lfi. No. tfU) AKOU Straei. MOYAHENSING HOSE COMPANY'S ANNUAL CALL AMD FcHtivo It, ; u nion ATTHK ACADEMY OF MUSIC, ON TIIE EVENINa OF E AG TEH BZOUDA7, Al'KIIs 18, 1H70. 'On with the dance, let Joy be unconflned I No rent till mam, when Youth and Pleasure meet, To chase the Hying hours with winged feel!" The Moyamensing Hose Company WUI Insngurate the Easter season with an ANNUAL BALL Which will ecllpBO In brilliancy and enjoyment all their former REUNIONS. Which have been pre-eminently successful In afford ing unalloyed pleasure to their multitude of frinuils. THE MUSICAL DEPARTMENT Will comprlBe Two Grand Orchestras, GRAFFCLAS WORLD RENOWNED SEVENTH REGIMENT BAND OF NEW YORK, AND MARK HASSLER'S EQUALLY CELEBRATED BAND OF PHILADELPHIA, Composed of finished performers, chosen for their artistic skill and finished execution. The choicest SELECTIONS AND FAVORITE AIRS KKOM OFFENBACH, bUPrE, STKAl'SS. ALBERT, WEINQARTEN, bCHWABODA, HAMM, HOFFMAN. FITPI MATTEI, O. WEIOAND, UASSLEK, MAILLAKD, KELEK, ABT, THOMAS, MEYERBEER, VERDI, Will be signally rendered. THE REPERTOIRE WILL E.VBKACB BRILLIANT OVERTURES, NATIONAL AND POPULAR MKLODIE3, ARTISTIC SOLOS, MARC11K8, PROMENADES, WALTZES, and SERENADES. THE AUDITORIUM Wilt be exquisitely decorated with Floral Adornments, WHILE PICTORIAL DESIGNS AND ORNATE NOVELTIES Will ruhauue the splendor of the scene, ami gratify the most exacting taste. SSIIVC; ITS ( I5IIXJ) Will warble their sweetest carols, and the PAINTER'S ART Will contribute its choicest productions to Intensify the attractiveness of the gorgeous spectacle. t ii i: i o -v ii rt Will lie transformed into A Grand Banquet Hall, And be embellished with garlands of flowers, and ft'htooued sritb flags ami emblems, presenting a tout ensemble that will charm the eye aud augmcut tho lustre of the JOYOUS KEVEU Tho Cuisine, Viands, anrwinea provided for the ENTERTAINMENT OF TIIE GUESTS Will be characterised by SUPERLATIVE EXCELLENCE AND PROFUSE ABUNBANCK, And be served by courteous attendants. THE CULINARY DEPARTMENT WUI be entrusted to the supervision or tho ACCOMPLISHED fOlRVOYEUR, AI30L.PII 1M.COSIV AGUISH, And his EXPERIENCE, ART and ABILITY will be unstintedly expended on the appointments of tha SYMPOSIUM, and whose COMPLETENESS, ELE GANCE and PRODIGALITY will satisfy the most fsHlldlous EPICURE, BON VIVANT aud CONNOIS SEUR. Till, MA1VA.G1211S WILL STRIVE TO EXCEL Til KIR PAST BUC CESSES. And every resource of money, r.enl, unte, and talent will be exhausted to promote tuu FELICITY Of tbe occasion, aud ilgiiullo tho MOYAMENSING BALL AS A BRILLIANT EPOCH In the memories of the participants, caiupnseil of the ELITE Oif FASHION, WIT and BEAUTY of OUR OWN METROPOLIS, NErV YORK, BALTI MORE, and OTHER CITIES. OAKDS OF ADMISSION, F I V 13 DO L LAIl B. MILLIKEN'S LINEN STORES1 No. 1128 CHESNUT STEEET, and No. 828 ARCH STEEET, OLIJXXIVOE SALE! $60,000 Worth of SURPLUS LINEN STOCK to be sold off at a sacrifice. In order to meet the public demand for Reduced Prices.'we have REDUCED DOWN TO TIIE ACTUAL GOLD COST. FINE TABLE CLOTHS, NAPKINS AND DOYLIES. TABLE LINENS by tho yard, LINEN 8HEETINCB, TOWELINCS AND BORDERED TOWELS. A Splendid Line of Linen Handkerchiefs. As this Is a raro chance, and tho heavy reductions bona" fide, Linen buyers will realize unusual Bargains through out our stock. A. e J. B. BARTHOLOMEW, No. 23 North EIGHTH Street, ARB NOW OFFERING sn.ooo yards Hamburg EdpMnj?, Insertions and Financings, 8C4 dozen Iron Frame Rexnlar Made Hone, vsc, B2o. up. - 117 dozen Gents' Regular Made Half Hose, gs, 81 cents np. 100 dozen French Woven Coraeta (Whalebone) at 80 cents. 75 dozen Model Hhape Corsets, reduced to $1-1)0. M dozen Fine Corsets, to l80 and I1-7B. BARGAINS IN CORSETS. oe dozen Linen Handkerchiefs, 9, 10, 18, 15, IS, go, 25 centa up ; Hemstitched All-llnon, 15 cents. Ladles' and tients' All-linen Handkerchiefs, Plain and Hemstitched, very cheap. 10,000 pieces Maglo Rnilllnn, Tape TrlmnilnRB, EdRln ps, Sandrluirham, etc. eto. etc. LADIES' BOWS I LADIES' BOWS I New styles aud much reduced. PARASOLS Children's Parasols, Carriage Parasols, KID GLOVES! KID GLOVES! Largest assortment! Largest Stock! Greatest variety in Philadelphia. Eld Gloves at t-00. Kid Gloves, $1 -25. Kid Gloves, $1-50. Kid Gloves, t 15. Our Fine Kid Glove, tho "HARTLEY," at ifw per pair. Every pair warranted. If they ria or tear another pair glvcu in exchange. Try tuum. No risk. SPUING DKESS GOODS! SPRING DKES3 GOODSl f Closing out DRESS GOODS, BLACK ALPACAS and BLACK SILKS. fl g twtrm DJ-KSS GOODS selllug very cheap. PiyUESI PIQUES! Cheapest line Piques In Philadelphia, 19, 81, 25, 31, 38, 42, D up to 87 cents. A. & J. B. BARTHOLOMEW Invite the attention of Jobbers, Retailers, and Consumers to their Spring Importations of KID QL07ES LADIES' WALKING SUITS, X M. HAFLEICH, Nos. 1012 and 1014 CHESNUT STEEET, Will continue the sale of his GREAT BARGAIN 3 IN SUITS, Having had extriordioary success. LADIES' SUITS AT 119, WORTH :0. COMMENCING MONJAT, APRIL 18. CHILDREN'S DEPARTMENT. J. M. HAFLEIGII has now a well-organized Dfart ment for the manufacture of CHILDREN'S DRESSES, from 3 -so to fso. ALSO, LADIES' DRESSING SACKS, NIGHT DRESSES, MUSLIN 8KIRT3, CHEMISES, ETC. Will Open Monday, April 18, BLACK HERNANIS, 75 cents. BLACK STRIPE SILKS, $10, ALSO, HOSIERY AND Gl.OVE.l, AND THE "VICTOR TIE," NEW. LAMA LACE SHAWLS VERY CHE AP. SCOTT'S ART GALLERY, No. 1117 CHESNUT Street, Girard Kow. HIGH The Sale of Mr. A. D'UUTVJLTTJCK'S of Antwerp) sale of PainUnga talcs place TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY EVENINGS, April 10 and 20. Finest collection, ever offered in, this city. To he sold without reserve. For list of artists looh in auction coin inn. 4 15 CUp PIANOS. CHARLES BLASIUS, SOLE AGENT TOR THE SALE OF STEZrJWAr. 5i SOOTS' ftvyi "World-Beiiowiied Piano, ttv (Aent fur EUinwar Bonsslnos 1850.) AT TUK OLD WABEROOMS, No. 100G CHUMrVVT Htreet, 4 IS tMp PUILADELPUIA. BLACK GROS GRAINS, $l0. BONNET'S TAFFETA8, $3-00 t0$8Dt). 4 10 3t ART. the Season. 33. SSOOrX"rX .Ii-. REAL E8TATE AQENT. DANIEL M. FOX & SON. Conveyancers and Ileal Estate Agents, No. 540 N. FIFTH ST., Philadelphia. Principal Asncjr for Oottagas and Lots at OAPK M AT aadAJLAN 1 IO PITY. 4 u FRED. SYLVESTER. REAL ESTATE BR OK EH, It. 308 South I'Ol'BTU Ntreet, IBirp raiLAOELPUIA. 5