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THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, APRIL 1C, 1870.
6 RPMNU Ovr.llCOATd. Hrrr? n is frvr,r., hmTKH in Kit, Hk i I Ml 1M IIT, Hp.itkii I MAur, limn iy ol'.rri Urailynm'lr in (A eitu,at prl rn ,n,n fl5 IP $:. Uknnett A On., TflWKK It M.T, NO. 6IH MaJtKKT HfKKFT. T)LD PnnnMOH Tnt,a rUrMie.-OAnn.-The proprietor of tbi Hanoe, on bringing it into the marknt, wnnM ox liUin that ba ha not oonHneJ himnnlf, In lit preparation, to an antiquated Virirlntan rorlps, lint tbst ba ha, on tlie contrary, endeavored to Improve upon the ordinal, and that In so doing be ha alms'l not so much to Imitate nthnr mains of saooa ai to excel t ham. That ba liai xticoaedad InUiiihe haa assurance of many compotont juiljs; and be can refer wlUS satisfaction to the qualities of proper body, fine bright color, sppstrir.lnff odor, and tiipurior flavor which ba baa tuceeeilad in attaining to in the prepa ration of the "Old Dominion Maura," and also to the fact that all of Its ingTedienta are pnre and wholesome. The faTorablo judjrmant prononnoad up in this Sauce b the proprietors of many of the leading hotols and restau rant of tbia city, who bare boon foi aonsetiino supplied with it, enconracea iu proprietor to bring it more promt neatly before the publio, trailing that Its merits will thereby become more spi-oilily known, and Inauro tor it that wide demand wbieh ba 1ms now prepared himself to anpply. The price of the "Old Dominion Table 8au.ce" is a reasonable ae the price of any Rauce in the mirlut, and it ia warranted to giro general aatisfasiioa. All orders from hotels, restaurants, sauce dealers, and grocers will be promptly llllrd by the manufacturer and propriet or, O. LnVKLT., No. fit Commn roe street, Philadelphia. "BFl.KHAirzn'8 Fiast."- John Dainty, No. 3t South RUth street, lias jurt published an engraving on steel, by A. It. Wnllor, ef John Martin's famous picture of "Bel .hanzar's Keast." Mart in wis a man of great and pecu liar genius, and his illustrations of aome of the most remarkable scenes in the Scripture aarrative bare never been nirpa'i ia anbliuiity by the efforts of any artiste before or since. In his own peculiar line Martin was simply inimitable, and bis "Bulahazaiar's Feast" is uni versally conceded te be bis msstnrpieee. This is a most elaborate work that almost bailies description, and it is enough to say teat it realize in a romarkablo degree the wenderful sublimity of the scene. Martin wna between two and three years engraving the original, and when it was exhibited for the first time in London, ia lH'J.'i, it created an immense nation and gained for the artist a premium of XStO from the British Institution of Art. This oopy by Mr. Walter ia the first that haa ever been made, and it is suilsient praise to say that It ia a faithful reproduction of the original, a tine proof copy of which waa prSHonted to the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts by Joseph Ifonaparte. From this print Mr. Walter's en graving baa been axade. The size of the engraving is 16 by M laobes, and the prices are: for Proofs before Letter, $8 00 ; India Proofs, $"'00 ; Plain Proofs, f .V(K ; Plain Print, $4 (0. Copies will be isnt by mail at the publishers' risk oa receipt of price. StimttIjANTs fok thr Dihi'Enhary. The great want in even well-regulated dispensaries has usually been pro duced by the inability of apothecaries and physicians to obtain diflasive stimulants that were free from noxious, net to say poisonous, substances. The druggists have not generally kept any better whisky than is found in those planes which thrive on the exclusive sale of intoxicating beverages. On those aoouuts it must be a source of satisfaction, aa well as of business pleasure, to the Messrs. T. J. Martin A Co. (doing business at No. 13) N. Front street, in this city) to find our lending analytical and "con sulting chomists" voluuteoring testimony aa to tho pure ubaraotar and medical excellence of thoir widely-used "Keystone Pure Wheat Whisky." This whisky is now in general recommendation with our leadiuphysicians, tioa advertisement. Mork Novkltirs ron Rrnmo. The sew btilb Vest fob Gkntlemkn. f.nomhu pantai.oonh, new style end an endless variety of elegant Coatings. full line of Banncwkiiuuns for Suits. CnAltF.8 Stokes, No. 821 Chosnut street. Wr vub to call the attention of the Market Street Clothing Houses to our Ten-dollar All-wool (Spring Suits and Five-dollar Overcoats. The Trade can do better by buying of us than making thtm up. Rockhit.t, Wit.sos. Nos. 603 and 6Ue Cheonut, street. " CI.AYMONT, Del., March 18, 1870. The ladies of my family have had the privilege of using a Orover A Baker sewing machine for more than thirteen years, and of eompariag it with other machines esteemed by many, and aow are able te express the opinion that they believe it is ot surpassed by any other in use. Ita durability, sim plicity, and ease of management, combined with other tualities, render it pre-eminent in their esteem. Jons H. Clemsost, D. D. DaY Few, The most effectual way of guarding: one's health la to keep the feet dry, and that eaaonly be dona by tbenseof India RnbberOvrrahoes, and aa the inole tnont season la upon us, we would advise our readers to buy none but the best quality, which oan only be had at GooDxr All's Headquarters, No. 8. Ooosnst street, south aide. Philadelphia, Ha vino secured the services of tho beet workmen, wo are prepared to despatch all orders entrusted to us with promptness, and satisfactorily to those favoring us. Car pets altered and put down, furniture reupUolstorod, covered, and varnUhcd, bedding overhauled, furniture slips cnt and fitted. Ai.hk m son t Co., No. 14ofj Ougssur Stroot, Kf.iib'm China Haix, No. 1218 Oiiesnitt Rtbri'T. China and Glass loaned to Parties, Balls, and Ku'-arUio. menu for three per coi.t. on selling price. Klet'Mit. Vpergnes, for (lowers, fruits, bonbons, etc. Brsir.es and Vasea, heavy plated Folks. Spoons, and Knives kept ex pressly tor hiring to pariioH. lit, 12 V, cents per dozen. WR APR OVKER1NO All-wool Spring Suite for ten doll-in, Overcouts for Ave dollars chosper thnn liny suit evur uttered. Fine Coat, Pants, mid Vent for ten dollars. Koi'KHii.b A Wa.soN, Nos AKI and tWi Chosnut alieot. BnsrNFKH Mf.n find the American House, Boston, their most convenient stopping place. Nnwly furnished, with passenger elevator, cafe, billiard halls, forty roams "i mile, etc., this hotel maintains its high rank. RUBBIR OYERSROKS A Kll Boots for Men, Women, and Children, can be bad at retail at the very lowest prices, Uoodyear's manufacture, old stand. No. IMi Cheanut street, lower aide, BHIOKB'S FAMILI iiKWlNU Maubistj, Ten dollars eaah. Balance in monthly Instalment. O. F. Uavia. o. 81U Obesont street. KKKIIIIlfltATOnS. l' AHWIN A Co., Ventilated Refrigerators, No. SOI Uock a! rout. Wanamakeb A Brown's Boyh' Suits, :i Up. ITflfiamrier ,r. lirown lltiribilldi ami llinnmrk: M'antttiwker ,r hroirtCn liHinaH Sttiln, $D WaiHimnker if Hroirn'l t'hn"rjilil. Wnnanuiktr if" llrnvu'M Aie H'yte Walktng f-M'-. ICilNUinuftnr it Iroinf llrmt Htrk. Vfatiamakrr it hroien't Lhhl Or(!ouf. rl'iuuimofcitr r Jlrmrn't Siiriwj ttvorcoati, Ifrt. Wanamaktr tt Hroun'n Wank ,Sm, $17 u, Wanuniakar it XrolrnV Mrlton Nuilt, lti K(. H'awawiaA'erifr Jiioiii' 1 miltm' ChrMeiJiilit. Wanamuker it Mruwn'it I'oath' Nrlmintlitart A'-i-.'-, H'afiM'iuAtr f ilruu-n'jf hUtrk Drt fwu, sjii ntt. . WanamaJtur it Tliwii'" il((i- Drtui , $3 up. Wannmakrr it Urovn't l lrryipiun't i. WaAunutker it lirotrn'ii bilk Jittttt i'htmUrHrhU. Wannmnktir it Broun'i Unjiattr Walking I ail. IVauamaAw it Hnim-' 1'i-l' titt Slrttt Vital: Wannmakm it Hrutru H'trri Catniimre Httiln. WaiMmakor it Jlrouw'o Mrw Wile tUiyi' Jttrkn.-. WanumnktT it Hrowtl't Hint !trk V'taU, $1(1 ,.. WaniKMikTit Hrown't .'ren-i(ay Hjn(,$3 it,,. , Hanataaktrit llroicn't ,Silk-iinxfJ Hiiili. Mdiliimat:T it. Hroirn't H"im' jimi iliuir. womia.rr iiroira'a Vuttom lHipnrtmt thr lira t in tiiiludrlphia. ft. K. tarnrr SU.k ne.l Mark. K t:. eitrtttr ti.rltt unit Mark!. &, JS. conmr Six'h '' Jlarknl. r-'Jat Hall. t Wltak Hall. l-(Mik Uall. tryCARK.- Fince last Fall we have aecurcl the two Urge lots adjoining ns, and huve oracled upon the-u an .,5 front building muiil in smci to our (wnuer building, 'kinToAK HALL TWIOIC A8 LAllOK AS iUi i nutt i in order toacuonmiodate tho great tuas of peo i.la who Save become our ou.Uiumrs. Wt mvaeallour instomerKTwith their nighl aud friends, to pay us . irly visit to examine our loammotu bnildiugs and to in ctQuriuaiaiuoiUMm-t KBB 'B0WNt OAK HAI.I, CLOTHINd KHTA KI.IMUMKNT, , tal KH.andoikiMAKKKTSireot, Mm. Wir.LIAM .. OAasmT, the Jeweller at No. . 8. Record street, ba one of the largest and most attractive storks of all kinds of Jewelry and Rllverwar in the eity. He haa also on hand a large assortment of fine American. Western Watches. This entire valuable .took la now being told ont below oost, preparatory to removal. Those who pnrchase at this store at the present time are oertaia to get the worth of their money. 1 ifiiRKii:. FOI.ItB'vP I'aokkk On Mbt 6. ISM, bf Alrtflmmn David lieMler, F.aki, AliBf. Koi.Kiiouto MUw Lucv A 1'ackrh, both of I 'lillH'U Ipltia. Maktik Sntdkr. April 14, by Hpv. William Cnthnut, Mr. 1'iikodokk W. Marvin to Miss Makt A. r-NYHKK, bolli of this city. im:i. Fnitn. On Frtilay, theiruh Instant, UFrmtm W. For ii, ,lr., only ami of Rarah A. Ford and the late teore W. Kuril, brpiI S yearn and tl month. The rplatlvcH and rrtends ami those of tho family are respectfully invited to attend trio funrrHl, front the residence of his mother, No. Ml N.TwelUU street, on Monday afterneon, at i o'clock. IIkywood. On the 14tti Instant, Wii.i iam IIhnry, on of Hamncl and Louisa llcywood, auil 8 yearn and 8 months. 'J'he relatives and friends of the family are respect fully invited to attend his funeral, from tho resi dence of his parents, Dauphin streii, below Twenty ninth street, North Penn Village, on Sunday after noon at 1 o'clock. To proceed to Cedar 11111 Ceme tery. Rank. On tho lMh Instant, at the residence of hl on Howard, Mo. HIT Locust street,, Daniel Rank, agd 1M years. The relatives and friends of the family are respect fully invited to attend the funeral, from the resi dence of his son-in-law. John O'Brien. No. 16;!l Kater street, on Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. KnAun.Kss. On the lnth instant, at Chelten Hills, near Philadelphia, Ubnht II. U. Suakplbss, In the 47th year of his ag. The relatives and friends of the family are Invited to attend tho funeral, frem the residence of his brother-in-law, K, llunn, No. 88 N. Wc-Bt Penn Square, I'liiladclphla, on Tuesday, tho lutn Instant, at U o'clock. " LTTfe insurance A M E It I C A N Life Insurance Company or iiiib,aii:i,iiiia. OriaiiaallO. Income 1800, $1,187,180-11 BOARD OF TRCSTKK8: Hon. .Tames Pollock, Kx Governor of Pennsylvania, Diroo- torof U. M. Mint. J. Mr Thomson, President Pennsylvania Railroad, 233 S. Third street. George Nugent, Gentleman, residence, Oermanfown. Albert U. hoherte, Kx-fresident Fourth Nat. Bank. Philip B. Miogle, Seed Merchant, I OK Market street. Hon. Alox. Q. Oattoll.U. S. Senator. Issao rJar.lphnrst, Attorney at Law, 608 Walnut street I M. Whilldin, Merchant, aXJ and South Krsnt street. Henry K. Bennett, Merchant, 745 South Fourth street, (ieorga W. Hill, F.x President Seventh Nat. Bank. James I Claghorn, I'residont Commercial Nat. Hank. John Wanamakar, Oak Ball Clothing House, 81S and 820 Ohesnut street. TUS AMKRIOAN iseues policies on all desirable plana at low rates, and for security and promptness in writing looses is unsurpassed by any Company in the United States. S. E, Cor. FOURTH and WALNUT Sti. ALEX. WUILLUIN, President. JOHN 8. WILSON, Secretary. Ttelmble men wanted sa Agents. 4 9 IB 21 tnthalutra PRY GOODS. C. II. 1IAMRI0K & CO., No. 45 North EIGHTH Street, y ANNOUNCE TIIRIP," GRAND OPESINO, OM MONDAY, 18T1I IKST. OWINCi TO OUR IMMENSE STOCK WH CAX MENTION BUT FEW ITEMS. MAGNIFICENT BLACK SILKS. CHKAPEU i HAN LS.ST WEICK. BLACK SILKS, $1, l St-j, I'M, 1 7S, 3, np to r SPLKND1D EPK1NU AND SUJ1MER BILKS, ALL PltlCJiS. UF.RNANT, vary cheap, .,' to 2 yards wide. HKRNANI, SO. Ii2, 75, 87,'c, SI. I i'.. to 1. WILL OPF.N ONF. CASK CRUNADINKS, ll'c, huve never been sold loss thnn 'S. BLACK AND WHITK DRRSS 8T0FF8. BLACK AND WHITK SKIRTING. ROUBAIX POPLINS, 26, 81, 87c. ALL THIt NKW KNGI.ISU AND FRFNCH MIX TURKS FOR SUITS VF.RY POPULAR GOODS. PIOUES, I RBNI'H MUSLIN, PLAID NAINSOOK, NAPKINS, TOWKLS, HANDlvF.RCHIltl'S. The greatest variety and at lower prices than the public have seen since tho war. SUITS IN LIN UN'S, LAWN8, AND PERCALES. DEMONSTRATION IN MIAWLS. WR WILL OFFKR UNUBUAL 1XDUOF.MF.NTS IN PRICKS. I LAMA POINTS, KOTUNDF.S, SAOQUKS, at fully ' j lcs than last year. WL INVITE A COMPARISON OF PRICKS. ii. iiAiniciti v c 4 18 stir.'t No. 45 NORTH EIGHTH ST. Mo. 43 North EIGHTH Street, WILL OPEN THIS MORNIN'O, 250 DOZEN KID (JLOVJES. l.Vi dozen Bajon Kid Gloves, SPSS, worth 81'75. Every pair wsrrsnted genuine Kid : new colors. loodnxen genuine Jouviu Kid; selncted shades luU dozen Ixmviar Gloves, $1. Bent Glove in the markot for the money ; Spring colors. ladies' Lisle. Silk and Gau.e Lisle Gloves, 12 to 41c. 1 .Allies' Silk Gloves, 88 anil 4lo. Ladies' Black KngiiVh Silk Gloves. tVI ao.en French sheer all Lilien HdVfs., SSo. Great job. 1(10 tio.cn Ladies' Linen hemalitched lidkls., 'Sto. l' iueat iffei-ad. Gents' hemstitched and colored bordered Hdkfs. Ifitl doen Siapkins, qtri'ill to 2fiii. Great radnction. 2f, pieces H-4 real French Tahlo Damask, $l"Ja, worth 1'87. Tuble Linens at immense reduotion. au pieces more of our Butck ilurmtni at 7uc.,silk and weei woith ftr2o. 21 pieces Greuudine, black ground, 40 and 60c. ULACK SILKS. 1ILACK SILKS. BARGAINS IN liLACK SILKS. Blnrk Silks, P3T, I SO, and 1 62. Bluck bilks, $J to 4. Black and white stripe Japanese Silks. New Dress Goods for suits. Mi ps. white ground wide Mohairs, 28c. Km )is. Black Aloacatand Mohairs. fiVOO yardhnew Hiuiiliurg K liriiigs. Ladies' Undergarments, Night Dresses, Chemises, ate. at very low priees. Dotted Freuch Muslins, 'lut kid Lawn for I adies' Short Skirls, now. f, ps. heavy Cord Pique, Uo., worth $1. M 1 -'ranch Muslins. New Parasols in Pongee, ate Huud'oine Mourning 1'uiaMils. New Goods opening daily. Job lots of Lnce lollurs. Hoiery and Gaur.e Underwear. 1(,0 ps. 4 4 W bite Matting, Ulo , worth Sc. IUU ps. Kail Check Mulling. IU ps. M mill" uiaiiiug. . . u ps, light ground Kinbroldored I'igare, 411 and S0i:. 'JOpii. black ground Vuite Hatiu hiripe Grousdine, Sc. it LACK GOOIH. PCIWTE8, noTuriDES, 8ACQUES, and Black Lama Laces. In Wiite w JOHN 7. THOr-IAS, Kos. 405 and 407 Xorth SECOND St . 8 80 Pmrp PHILAPELPniA. 'pO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. Owners of Gas Apparatus nod other property now in onr poshrasion sre hereby not i lied to pay charges aud re move the aaiue. Uiuerwiae they will ba aold to cover ex pense BKOHY A CO., 4 lo 1st Hoe. 931 and Vi3 MAKKK1 Street. DRY COOOS. JOHN BURNS, HOI SK-FURNISHINO DRY GOODS AND IMPOU TER OK HOSIERY, No!". 845 anil 4T 8. ELEVENTH Street, Above Spruce. SALE OF 8UPEHIOK LINENS. ISOO YAltDI OK YAltD-VVIDK M4K4I. Cheapest and best la the city, medium and eitra heavy, for Ladies' and Gents' wear. Yard wide Linens, 8. 37 X. GO, fiA, 6To. up. Heavy Linen Hhaating, JV( yarda wide, KAo. up. Heavy Linen Sheeting, i yards wide, (1 up.. Pillow Linens, all widths and qualities. Power-loom Table Linens la new damask patterns. Scotch and Irish blaaohed Table Li seas, Wo. up. Genuine Barnsloy Table Linens, $1 26 up. The best $1'60 per doz. Napkins la the city, fast edges. Large size all Linen Towels, 12if o7So. Bird eye Linen by the yard er pieoe. Bhirting and Sheeting Muslins lowest market rates. WHITE AND COLOR KD CORD riUUK, 'i:5ci. Beautiful Satin Stripe Pique, 2oc. np. Tucked Nainsook, for ohildren and ladies, 563. up. Plaid Muslins, 20, 33, 1, Si, 38, 31, S7o. up. Double width French Muslins, 45o, te t'.M. Hamburg Edgings and Inserting, fresh goods. Bishops sna Victoria Lawns, Shirred Muslins. Job Auctlea Lots Genu' and Ladies' H4 kfs. IIOSIKRYFOR 8PRIMJ AND HU.M.11 Fit. Ladies' Full Regular mads Hose, M, M, 81o. np. Ladies' genuine Balbriggan Hose, W, 7Bo. np. Gents' genuine Balbriggan Half -hose, 40, eao. up, GenU' full regular made Half-hose, tt, 35, 31c, 1 .adieu' extra long English Hose, foe. np. Children'seitra long English Uese, 40o. np. GenU' Gauze medium-texture Shirts, 2.ro. up. (It Ladies' Gossamer Vests, regular made, 75o. n p. Children's Oartwrlght A Warner's Ganzeyets,all slias. p I N K N E T, For covering Mirrors, etc .Inst received, a job lot of Pink Net, vo inches wide, that is vary cheap. K Hi 1 ,jT K It l l K ,rl K kll 1 1 1 fe K V. .lust received, a lot of the moat desirable pattern, and a full lino of Wirita or Sizes, at reduced prices. ItliACK. FIGI ItKD MKT, For Sailor Jackets. Several very pretty designs, to gether with the trimming laces, at low prices as usnul. OLEK.VM KbllNP, For Frlsndk' Cap. Just reoeived, a superior qnality, only 76 cents. 7 BIRD-EYE MNKN. Juat recalrrd, a superior Bird-eye Linen, for Ma. IIAIK-COKD PI, AID Itll stLIN. Inst received, several qualities of this desirable Mus lin, much better than usual for the price. VII TOUU I.A1VN. HlffHOP LAWN, NAI.NMOOK, MOFT fWj;, I'.AIIBRIU uni. ity, saw cA-umtic, P1,AII) AM) Nl'lllPKD. TLCH.ED AND KE- And other kinds, making a general assort meat of White Goods, tof'lmr witli some specialties not found in all slocks ot White Goods, under regular prioes, at No.: North KIGUTH Street. JJ M . CALDWELL, No. 31 N. EK3IITII HTKEET. Black Bilks at Tory cheap prices, $1. 1"25, 137,V. 1 -J. l o 1-75, 3 00, 8-25, 2 o0, 311). Black A lpnca and Puro Mohair, very olienp. Japanese Silks, $1 per yard. Japanese Silks, dress patterns, $12, W 14, 15. Silver prey Poplins, silk and uool, "t,'. Shirting Linens, Linen Towels. Linen Napkins, fast edges. Large rUid Nainsook, Swiss, and Cambric Mudins. UAVi: OPKMiD TUB FOM.OWlNU LOTS UP VERY CHEAP AND DESIHAHLR !OfDl, FU03I I.ATK AUCTION SALES. Lupin's 4 blue all-wool Delaine, 37jo. Lnpln's stripe all-wool Delaine, 2oo. Lupin's 7-4u inch black all-wool Delaine, 75, 80, 87Cu. Lupin's black 'famine, CI, 1 l!'-tf. 1 lot very rich striped Poplins, 87 V. 1 lot colored Alpaca, double width, ic. 1 lot marled Poplins, wide, 37o. 1 pieoe Black Silk, $1 per yard, 1 lot mohair Oballi Cloth, 3 jo. Purple and white and blue and wtdte plaid Silk. $1. 25 dozen hemstitched and corded-border Uandkor chiefs, 35c. 10 dozen men's colored border Handkerchiefs, 45 and Mo. White Pique, 34, ill. S7JiJ, N)c. 4 I" ths3t Whlto Pique. French, yard wido, 62Ji and 70o. MILLINERY, ETC. QRAND OPENING OF Spring Millinery and Straw Goods. AT JULIUS SICIIEL'5, Old Store, No. 107 N. EIGHTH Street, New Store, No. 631 N. SECOND Street. Black Linen-Bart SATINS, of every qnality. Colored Lluca-liuck SATINS, la every desirable Eli ode. SILKS to natch any shade ot Dress Trimmings. BONNET and TRIMMING KIBllONS. SASH RIBBONS, In Plain, Pluld and Roman. STRAW HATS for Ladles and atlases. FRENCH FLOWERS, the newest styles. The above goods comprise the newest styles, and I would lcspcctfully call the attention or tlio L-idJes to examine onr stock before purchasing elsewhere. JULIUS SICHEL, No. 107 NOKTII EIGHTH STliEKT, 1 No. C31 NORTH SECOND STKEET. P. 8. No trouble to show goods. 4 T thstnlmS AGRICULTURAL. FLOWER SEEDS. A LAUtiE AND select assortment of Annual, Ilicnnial, end, Poronnial Flower Seeds tor vale by liaVID LANDRKTH A SOU, Kos. 21 and S3 8. MIX I'll Htroct, It Hetwecn Market and ( ihesnns. KL'STIC SETTEES, ClIAIlii, FLOWEIi- atandi, and JJanginc Vascn, Terra Cotta Vimw, I'lowor Pott, etc., for sale by 1AVID LANDRKTH A SON, Nos. SI and 2.1 8. SIXTH Street, ll Between Market and (Uie-n-it. VEGETABLE AND FLOWER 8EED3, 2t- FRKNU AND GF.NUINIC.-(!russ and Clover Seeds, Onion Seta, Asparugus and Khuliarb Roots, Alaxbrooui Spawn, F.arly Potatoes, Fruit Truos, Grape Vines, Straw berry, Raspberry, blackberry, (Jurrunt PUtnteof thebeit varieties. DRKICR'S ARPKN flALKKDAR 'or 1STU. with list ot prices, etc., can be had on application at DRKKR'S SKED WARFIIOUSK, 4 9wthfc4t Ko. 7UCH F.SNUTBtreet. O BITI8T'8 WARRANTED GARDEN Jk.KF FPS.- Tho Seeds we ottnr are exclusively tuoneof our own iirovfth, and will bo found far superior to thone renernlly sold by dealers. Market Kardnuers and private iiuiilicfc, to whom rolinble sued are of the uUnoat im portance, should obtain their amiplieia from KlilKT'H KKKIl WAKi:lioUSF, Nos. C20 mid m MA KK KT Ktr.tol, above Ninth. Call send tur Huit'e Harden Miinuul aud Price Lint for IS70, which contains I'Jl pages of useful information to count ry reeiUi-nle. II 17 lm ARRTCITLTURAL IMPLEMENTS A'n O 1 D llli'M '11 W 1 1 SJ Ul.inli. 11 - -a ... ...... v-'.-... . . hi inn. .'iiiiita tola, Heed Sowers. (Jliurns. Garden and Field Kullera, lawn Mowers, Hnilroad and Garden Wheelbarrows j Hnv, Straw, and Fodder Gutters, all at reduced prices, turf aud examine onr stock RuHKRT HIII8T, .Jit., HF.FI WARKHOUKR. 1 17 Ira Nos. 932 aud UiH MAKKET Street. THE PIlILADELPniA LAWN MOWER. IThin is tlie most imoroved hand msiibina m,h. aud is juht the article neeiled by ail who have crass to oat, It cau be operated by a lady without tatigue. PnoeJS and every Aiower warranted. Sold by KOhKR'l BTJIRT, Jr., BKKD WARK1IOUSK, gl71m Roa.M3aadW4MAitiiJCl?SUveU MEDICAL. 2Q fcOUTH rOUUTH STBBKT. 29 RHEUM a5?w. &rUXM BheumatisiD a Life-Time Specialty. A Permanent Cure DtHcovered. Neuralgia a Life-Time Bpecialty. A Permanent Cure Discovered. Hhtumatiam a Life-Time Specialty. A Permanent Cure DiHCovcred. Import-nit to RHEUMATIC SUFFERERS. DR. J. P. FITLKR. the eminont Philadelphia Phyil eisn, and Prof essor of (Jhemistryand Medical Jorispra denee (now one of Philadelphia's oldest Practitioners), tends alone as specially devoting (37) thirty-seven years to Rheumatism and Neuralgia, in its difforent forms, with a success unparalleled in the annals of the Profee ion. Being now regarded among his Brother Pbysioians as the highest and beat authority in Rheumatio com plaints, being a graduate of the University of Pennsyl vania, A. D. IBS, his Diploma contains the following sig natures of the most celebrated and world-renowned Pro fessors of modern times, vis. : PHILIP BYNG PHY8IUK. M. P., Prof. Surgery J. RKJJM AN OOXK.M. D., Prof, on Mat. ftled7' N. CHAPMAN. M. ii., Prof', on Prao. Med. T. (J. JAM K.8, Prof, on Obstetrics. ROIiKRT HARK. M. 1., Prof, on Chemistry. WILLIAM G1KHON, M. D., Prof. on Surgery W. K. HORNKR, M. I)., Prof, on Anatomy. W. P. DKWKKS, M. l., Prof, oa Obslotrioa. 8. JACKSON, At. D., Prof, lusts, of Med. Dr. J. P. FITLKR also graduated at the Philadelphia Medical Institute, 2th day of March, A. D. 1S.M. This Institution was founded 18,7, by the renowned Dr. N. Chapman. Dr. Fiti.kh'm Diploma from this College con tains the following signatures: JOHN BKLL. M. D., Prof, on Med. Juris. J. K. M1TGHF.LL, M. D., Frot. on Med. Ohem. W. K. HORNKR, M. 1), Prof, on Anatomy. B. JACKSON, M. I., Prof. Inst, of Medioioo. THOMAS HARRIS, M. II., Prof on Surgery. U. L. HODGK, M. P., Prof, on Obstetrlos. DR. JOSKPH P. FITLFR was a student nndor the celebrated Professor N. Chspman, M. !., and holds tho following endorsement from him dated October 111, 1433: Dr. Joseph P. Frrr.KR read Medicine in my office, aad rpgularly attended the Leoturea of the Uuiersity of Pennsylvania, and those of the Medical Institute: also, the Practice of the Hospitals and Almshouse. His ad vantages of acquiring nrereasional knowledge have boon unusually treat. It anords rao pleasure to Dear tuia evi dence of bis uncommon merit. W. CHAPMAN, M. D, The subscribers being personally acquainted with DR. Johfi-H P. Fiti.kk, have the fullest conlidence in his professional skill. BENJAMIN R. JANNKY. M D. W. F. HORNKR, M. D. N. SHOKMAK.KK, M. D PHnjIDKLPHIA, March SO, 1833. A BCIKNTTFIO PRKPA RATION. UK. FITLKit'H PRKSORIPTION A AlKDIUAL MONOPOLY. PR. FITLER'R RHKUMATIO REMEDY. DR. FITLF.R'S RHKUMATIO RKMKDY. DR. FITLF.R'S RHFUM ATII3 RKMKDY. DR. FITLKR'S RHKUMATIO KUMKDY. FOR CURONIO RHKUMATISM, INFLAM. RHEUMATISM, ., . . BOIATIOA RHEUMATISM. NEURALGIA IN HODY, ul"'1,,1u' NEURALGIA IN THE HEAD. NERVOUS HEADACHE, IT IH A SWORN PERMANENT CURF; IT IS A BWORN PERMANENT CURE If IS A SWORN PERMANENT CURE I T Id A SWORN PERMANENT CURE in ninoty-ttve canoe out of every hundred. USED INWARDLY AND PLEA8ANT. USED INWARDLY AND PLEASANT USED INWARDLY ONLY. WARRANTED VEGETABLE. WARRANTED. VEGETABLE. "WARRANTED VEGETABLE AND UNINJURIOUS." DR. J. P. FITLER has devoted his professional life to the special treatment of Rhoumatisra and Neuralgia. Hia "Vegetable Rheumatio Remedy' (used inwardly only, as external applications are of but temporary relief), with its wonderful cures, its mighty reputation, iu established merit, its standard position, being neither quack medi cine nor patent medicine, but a prescription uneqaalled and unrivalled. A positive agreement orjlegal guarantee given to every patient statiug exact quantity to cure, or the amount paid refunded. Connultations and advice daily, without any charge at DR. FITLF.R'8 Office. Legally warranted to cure in limited quantity, or prioe paid refunded. Written contraot given stating quantity to use or amouut paid refunded. DR. FITLF.R'S Remedy is endorsed by upwards of 17.CO0 testimonials of cure, including the following Phila. dolphin or home reference, all sevore cases of an an gravated condition, hopeless, and In most Instances help. C6B : H. A. Dreor. 7H Chesnut street. W illiani Davis, OS German atreot. J. Mol Ueary, 513 East Girure avenue. B V. Ckase, Darby road. 11. Strntton, 819 Darien street. A. MuKane, I830 8hippen street. . K. nmth. !U6 Kemler street. A.J. Colton, lKm North Third street. Mrs. Hopkins, Point lireene road. AItb. I eiitz, South Eighth st.ieet. Mrs. Richardson, IMIIH South Fourth street. Mrs. O. fcoyd, 1W South Fifth street. C. F. Eccleston, 1345 Brandywine street, h. Money, 1.VW South Sixth street. James Millinger, Birnay's Place, W. P. (). F. tllotliier. 3 North Water street. V. Nolding, lfil'.i Frankford road. S. O. immerman, HH Marshall street. C. W. Ridgway, SU North Second street. Hon. W. Ii. Elliott, 8114 North Seventh street. H. 11. Shock, 10-J4 Columbia avenue. James Hinas, Forty tirst and Market streeta. Charles L. Brown, Wood street, below Tenth. John Vontier, Rope Ferry road. William Wayand. 14: Brighton street, 15th ward. Griftia Snively, 229 George street. K. Kilpatrick, 1744 Olive street. D. Taylor, Esi., 404 Taylor atreet. Mrs. Gravenstine, Armat atreet, Geiniantown. Mrs. Rice, School lane, Germantown. Mrs. Barton, Clinton snd Henry streets, Camden. Mr. Bacon, Market street, Camdua. Mrs. Koeley, Kidge road, below Poplar. K. A. Dougherty, North Ninth street, Camden. K. A. Hughes, M4 North Fifteenth street. Mrs Stevens, 214 Sooth street. Mrs. Simmous, 337 Dilwyu at rest. Mrs. Dunlap, 1KW Hewaton street. Mrs. H annuo, Tweuty-aeoond ward, Manayunk. Mis. Ogle, Mauayunk, Tweuty-aeoond ward. George Elliott, Frankford. Twenty-third ward. George Burns. Paul and Mill atreeta, raukiord. Mrs. Kline, White Hall, Bridasburg. John Wackerly.UlO Buttonwood street. Satisfaction Guaranteed to all Sufferers Trying It. DR. FITLKR'S Vegetable Rheumatio Remedy haa wrapper printed by the American Bank Note Oompany'e Finest Steel Plate Engraving, with Medallion ot DB. J, P. FITLER thereon. The genuine aold by Druggists at (1 U per botsle. Sis bottles at S7 6U. All letters or communications answered and Remedy delivered free of charge. MKDI0AL ADVICE GRATIS DAILY. DR. FITLER'S OFFICE No. 29 SOVTH FOURTH STREET, Mswt( PUILADKLI'UIA SHEPPARD. VAN IIALINGEN & ARRISON. No. 1008 CUES NUT STKEET. TUR SUBSCRIBERS RESPECTFULLY INVITE THE ATTENTION OF BUYERS TO ANOTHER Extraordinary Sale of 200 Pieces, 10,000 Yards, linen Sheetings and table linens, At Prices Lower than ever before known. HEAVY LIIVE1V SHEETINGS, 1 YARDS, 7J INC HB3 WIDE, AT 68 CENTS. 8 YARDS, 99 INCHES WIDE, AT T5c. op to 1 M TAIIDS, 81 INCHES WIDE, AT 68c np to 8Tc t YARDS, 100 INCHES WIDE, AT 85c np tait .NLnC,M2?5iVPF,NTFI51NCn,LT?l'tN SHEETINGS AT 1 1 PER YARD. ThcM are FINER MJMbLR tliaa the previous lot, and ail the Mauaiaoturcr bas. THE BAR TiGLEY TABLE LINENS ARE OF EXTRA HEAVY MAKE, amt 8 yards wldo, hr)rinn!n7 at 83 cent per jard. and on to BEST BPLKNDID DOUULit DAMASK. ' v the ffi ??C&.ak VCry reflpeCt and We bCUCV 58 PCT CeDt 0W 0lhor " Curtains, Iiincns, ZEouse -furnishing Dry Goods, SHEPPARD, VAN HARLINGEH & ARRISON. GEAND INAUGUE ilTION LOW PRICES, mum, 00LLA0AV NOW OXJPjajITVO Tlio whole o( tlieit Wl AC W l Fl CENT STOCK OF DRESS GOODS, SILKS, ETC., Replete with all the CHOICEST NOVELTIES of this season, together with LAEGE IN VOICES of desirable goods pur chased in this market for Cash at ASTONISHINGLY LOW RATES. H. C. & CO. conclude that it is only necessary to qnot a few of their offerings as an Index of the criceaat which this SUPERC STOCK will be disposed of, to Insure an early call. XTandsome Double Width Chcno lttohaiis, 371 Cents. Doable-fold Foulard Mohairs, 45 Cents. A. Do able -fold Norwich Poplins, in the new light shades, 56 Cents. XXoyle's TTard-wide English Prints, 25 Cents. Printed Satin Cloth, a new arti cle for the house or Waiting Costume, 35 cents. One casi of the Finest Organdies Imported, 40 Cents. Ileal Scotch Ginghams, in all colors, 25 Cents. OP 2 cases of French Foulard lYEo hairs, now being sold by the piece for 65 Cents, will be of fered at 56 Cents. Slack Lyons Qros Orains an Drap de; Ziyon, of the best makes, from $150 to 8'00 per yard. Chene Silks of the latest designs of the Paris market, and extra quality, sold last Spring at $325, 52 50. Striped Silks from SX'50 to 4(200. Slack Canvas Sarees, extra su perb Quality, 621 Cents. So. do. 75 Cents. Do. do. all widths and qualitir't np to 6600. Walking Suits, Lace Shawls, Lace points, etc., all' at the tiUW BATHS. iitattte