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TIIE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH- PfllLADELHU, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1870.
I I 'I n" n w-Yonm s zvz s. From Our Own Correspondent. Nbw York. Oct. 12, 1870. Oar New Crytal Palace. Some months ago I monttoned that a Crystal Palace was Boon to be built In tbM city. Since then the plan has taken more deflolte shape, and the association has purchased the land which is at present occupied by some cattle yards between Third aud Fourth avenues, above the Yorkvllle tunnel. The area com prises more than twenty-two acres, and com mands a really splendid view of Lontf Island Sound, New York Bay, Yorkvllle and Harlem, Long Inland, and the lower part of Westchester county, East river and North river, and the Pali eades. The building is to be thirty-six hundred feet long and one hundred and fifty wide, and three of the sides will be eight stories iu height. It will occupy the four sides of the area named, with an open central space of about eleven acres. These eleven acres are to be laid out like a garden, to be furnished with statuary, flowers, and shrubs. The materials out of which the new building is to be constructed are iron and glass, and the style of the architecture Is to be extremely ornamental. The capital of the Association is rated at seven millions of dollars a capital quite sufllcieut to build such an edifice as New York would have every rea son to be proud of, and to cherish as an expo nent of the amount of architectural skill attained by metropolitan artists. The locality is cer tainly one of the best for the purposes that could possibly be selected. Mr. Tilton nod l.nrr Beer. If report speaks truly, Mr. Tilton and a reve rend brother have got into some misunderstand ing respecting a lager beer question. The mis understanding is so complicated, and partakes so largely of the convolutions of the Schleswlg Holstein difficulty, that I despair of making the reader understand, with exactness, what the entanglement is ail about. About three years ago, it seems that Mr. Tilton and the Rev. J. D. Fulton, of Boston, dined at Delmonlco's together, and that wine was upon the table. Some time after this Mr. Tilton heard that Mr. Fulton bad said that he (Tilton) admitted that he occasionally used wine for his brain's sake not, like Timothy, for his stomach's). Another some time after, Mr. Tilton was as sured by a merchant of this city that Mr. Fulton had gone into a Bowery restaurant with him (the merchant), and had there drank several glasses of beer, and that he (Fulton) appeared to be a good judge of the article. These different stories naturally caused a correspondence between the two reverend gentlemen, the counter-allegations being ren dered all the more spicy from the fact that Mr. Fulton is a temperance preacher and orator, and Mr.Tilton is, as every one knows, the editor of a "religious'' newspaper. What the preclso truth ot the matter is I am not prepared to say; al though it is interesting to note that the mer chant who originally gave Mr. Fulton his infor mation has since written to him, promising that, in case the matter comes into court, he is ready to substantiate his statements. Mr. Beecher'. Heterodox Heaven. From season to season Mr. Beecher grows more and more charmingly heterodox, it is pleasant to see a preacher brave enough to de part from doctrines which the greater part of his congregation have been educated to believe In, and which they so devoutly cherish. Neither by the press nor by his brethren of the pulpit has Mr. Beecher ever been accused of adhering too closely to the literal meaning of Biblical de scriptions, and this season his departures from liierality have been more conspicuous than ever.' Perhaps his summer holidays, communion with nature, and looking from nature up to nature's God, has had the effect of making him see both nature and God a little more plainly than he has hitherto done. For those of the orthodox whom he offends there is sufficient compensation among the heterodox whom he pleases. Thus, in his latest sermon about heaven, he gave a spirituality to the subject, and at the same time a materiality, which many ot his hearers had not hitherto believed in. He insisted that the gates of pearl and the streets of gold were all meta phorical illusions, and plainly meant only to convey the idea that, after all, heaven was be yond all description. One of the later of the many false charges brought against Mr. Beecher is that be is a spiritualist. There is no truth in that. lie is very far from being a spiritualist according to the ordinary meanings of the word spiritualism. He has investigated the subject, however, more thoroughly than most clergy men would do, and has gone so far as to pay a professional spiritual test medium for giving a seance at his own (Beecher'a) house. This, it must be confessed, is an extent of liberality at which the orthodox brethren would be shocked. Janauachrk'. English. Jananschek has appeared at the Academy of Music, and truth compels the admission that she does pronounce English remarkably well. Not, Indeed, with the absolute perfection that is claimed for her' by managers and ageuts, but etlll to so great a degree of exactness that no one not hypercritical will feel disposed to find much fault with her. Strange to say, however, the very word which she pronounces with least correctness is the one upon which most em phasis and importance are to be laid the name of the hero. In pronouncing that her original intonations strike through the thia strata of English, and the result is very amusing. Daly, however, has managed to get some of the most influential papers on his side. By engaging one critic to do some work for him, and employin the wife of another as a member of his stock company, he has won to his side two of the most lriiuential papers of New York. He has also made it part of his mistaken policy to snub fiuch papers as dare to say Janauschek is cot greater than Rlstori, Rachel, Beebach, and Sid dons all combined. ' Ali Baba. MUSICAL AlfP DRAMATIC. Mad'Ue Nl!an'a Firm Concert. Curiosity, if no other motive, was bu indent to at tract a very large and fashionable audience to tne Academy of Music last evening to witness tne debut in this city of Mad'Ue Christine Nilsson. Tne per sonal appearance of this artist is exceedingly pre possessing, and gained for her the good will of the audience as soon as she made her appearance. She has a tall, graceful, and very elegant figure, and her face, if not absolutely beautiful, has a peculiarly charming expression that Is more attractive than mere beauty. With regard to her artistic abilities, those who have read with at tention the most discriminating French and English criticisms that have appeared since her European debut were able to form In advance a very fair opinion as to the exact extent of her merits, and although a concert performance affords a genuine artist but Indifferent opportunities, it can be said with justice that she justified last evening the very high expectations that had been formed with regard to her. Her voice lacks some of the liner elements of Madame Prepa-R osa's, partlou larly that wonderful richness of tone and flute-like quality In some of the notes that gave Madame Rosa a position opon the American lyric stage above 1 any lyric artist that has appeared for a score of years. Mad'Ue Nilsson, however, surpasses Madame Rosa, CarWta Tatti, Mtas Kellocrg, or any other of the best Blnffb.rs of the day In one very mportant particular. She Js an emotional sinner of the very highest rank; aud with thorough culture and a pure, chaste style that Is in Itself delightful, her Voice unites a sympathetic quality that, la music of a certain class, will pmcc her above all rivals. We can probably indicate our meaning to the ma jority of;onr readers by saying that we believe Mad'Ue Nilsson can perform the prt of "Margue rite," in Gounod's Fwst, in a rsanncr that It has never been performed upon the stSReof the Ac vdemy of Music This will explain the wontferful tu ess she has achieved both in Londos an I Tills In such role as "Marguerite," "Ophelia," and "Mlgnon." The two last have never been given In this city, but any readnr of Shakespeare's Hamlet or Goethe's Wilhelm ttcWer can form an Idea of the artistic qualities that are necessary to give expression to all that there is In such characters as "Ophelia" and "Mignon." Mad'Ue Nllsson's part in the concert last evening consisted of Handel's "Angels ever bright and falr,"afcene from Lucia di Lammermoor, and the "For's e Jul Traviata," from La Traviata. The first was given, with exquisite purity and expression, and tin other two selections gave the singer no opportatitiss to display her brilliant execution and her dia natic powers, and In "Home, Sweet Home," which was given in response to a demand for an encore, the charmed the audience by the pathos which she ln- fUBed into the simple melody. Mad'Ue Nihsin It a thorough artist, and the simple directness or her styl, and the absence of trickery In her vocallai tlon, are particularly pleasing. The support which was given to the chief attrac tion of the evening was unusually good. t. Vietix tcmps sustained the high reputation he woi tears ago as a violinist by his brilliant performance of a fantasie Introducing the leading airs from and by the transition from grave to gay which he made by giving "St. Patrick's Day In the Morning" as an encore. Miss Anna Louise Cary, who w ii an eiittre stranger here, both by name and reputation, and was therefore without the advantage of any prepossessions in her favor, achieved a decided and, under all the circumstances, a brilliant success by her slDglng of the celebrated cavatlna from Rossini's Snniramide. Her voice Is a full, sweet contralto, highly cultivated and with excellent power of ex pression. As an encore she gave "Kathleen Ma vourueen," and this, with her singing in a trio with Slgnorl Brlgnoll and Verger, confirmed the favorable Impression she made. Miss Carr is evidenr.lv des tined to take a high rank among American singers. aignor erger nas a nantone voice of agreeable quality, and his portions of the programme were executed In excellent style. Wltn the merits of jsigBor isrignoii our readers are laminar. He sang In his usual style last nlght.and proved himself to be what he has been for the past dozen years. In spite of his faults the greatest tenor before the public. The orchestra, under the direction of Max Maretzek, added greatly to the attractive ehrac,er of the en tertainment, and it opened the concert In good style by an excellent rendering of the overture to William uetu The UUt AiimneuieniA. At the Ciiksnct the Llmrard combination will an. pear this evening in the extravaganza of J'lulo; or, 4 neirjufTC jjyrr. Attiik Walnut the drama of Trodden Down will be given this evening, with Mr. and Mrs. Watklns in the leadlug roles. at thk AKcn wiiKie cowns' drama of sian and Wife will be performed this evening. At thk Ki.kvkntu Stkkk t Oi-kka HousK an at tractive bill Is announced for this evening. At thk Arch Street Opkka Horss a minstrel performance will be given this evening. at thk American a variety entertainment will be given this evening. At Horticultural Hall a grand promenade con cert will be given this afternoon and eveniug for the benefit of the widows and orphautfof the German soldiers. An excellent programme will be pre sented, and as the object is one that Is calculated to enlist the sympathies of our citizens, we hope that the attendance will be large. Wad'i.i.e Nilsson will appear for the second time In concert at the Academy of Music on Friday eveLlng. Fox's American Theatre. The stream of neonle flowing into this place every evening may be consi dered a Nilsson rush. The Storm Dance of De Rosa Is one of themst thrilling and effective scenes In the art of sensational dancing. The new burles que, The Atrival of t)ilson, Is rich, racy, and Inte resting. From Public llecord, October VI. CITY ITEMS. Men's Entire Suits, As low an 810. Better than are ttnld elsewhere at til $15. Others at (12, 113, (15, $10, glS, $20. Call and nee- naif-way ) Bennett k Co., Between Fifth V Tower Hall; and Sixth Sts. ) No. 618 Market Street. The Citizens op Washington will smile when they read the report of the cenBus-taker and his report of the amount of stock, color, shapes, and prices of the Great Brown Stone Hall of Rockblll & Wilson, Nob. 603 and 60S Chesnut street. Bead his report: stock. ' Higher than the moa main's peak, Deeper than the ocean's deep, Stronger than the rock-bound coast, More numerous than the Philistine host. colors. Colors of every tint and hue, Purer than the azure blue, Indelible as time and space, The hottest sun can't them efface. SIZES. We'll fit the lad from three to ten. And all between that age and men ; They fit the crooked, fat, and lean, And all the shapes that come between. PRICES. Cheaper than the common trash, Better than the habberdash That Is sold around the town By Tom, and Dick, and Jack, and Brown. We call special attention to the advertisement of the Mutual Protection Life Insurance Company, to be feund In another column. We have examined their circular and recognize in the Board of Directors the names of some of our oldest and most substantial business men, whose well-known character in this community Is a suffi cient guarantee that the affairs of the company will be efficiently and honestly administered. As It places the benefits of Life Insurance within the reach of the poor as well as the rich, and offers the highest security at the lowest possible rates, we predict for It an extensive and prosperous busi ness. A Universal Surprise Nobody believed, be fore the introduction of Phalon's Vitalia, or Sal yation for the Uaik, In the possibility of a prepa ration for reviving the natural color of grey hair, as clear and transparent as the atmosphere, and as limpid as alcohol. Every body believes it now. The old nostrums are discarded, and the Vltalla Is admitted to be a perfect success. Sold by all drug' gists and fan;y goods dealers. Goods intended for exhibition at the Georgia State Fair, to be held at Atlanta, commencing on the 19th Instant, and passengers going In charge of the same, will be taken at a liberal reduction from regular rates. The fair will continue eight days. For further Information, apply at the office of the Philadelphia and Southern Mall Steamship Com pany, No. 130 S. Third street. . Ma. William W. Cassidt, the jeweller at No, 8 Sooth Second street, has one of the largest and most attractive stocks of all kinds of Jewelry and Silver ware In the city. He has also on hand a fine assort ment of fine American Western Watches. Those who purchase at this store at the present time are certain to get the worth of their money. In Thousands r Cases. Mrs. Wlnslow's Sooth ing Syrup for all diseases with which children are afflicted, such as teething, griping in the bowels. wind colic, etc, has been used with perfect and never-failing success in thousands of cases. It softens the gums, reduces Inflammation and allays all pain. Mothers, do not tall to procure It. Hebker's Dining Saloon. No. 43 South Second Street. Ten additional waiters In attendance to-day to accommodate the rush for heavy dinners at ligut I prices. m aiiiiii:i. Vakdkorift TJni.KR. On the mwnlng of the UMi Instant, at St. Clement's Church, trj the Rev. Dr. Untterson, Charms M, Vahbkurift and Eliza W. I HI KR. all of this cltv. Sharfh. On the morning of the Htlr Instant, Wii.mam II. KiMRrK, aged 63 years. His friends and relative are Invited to attewf hit funeral, from his late residence. No. 121 Stile street, on Satan.1 ay, lr.th instant, at I o'clock. er- the mitobersTof'cot.uwbia LOWE No. 91, are requented to meet at the Masonic Hall, CHKSNUT Street, on FRIDAY next, ltt.h Inst., at ? o'clock, to attend the funeral of our late brother, J. Galashan. By order of the W. M. St. R, LLOYD LICE, Sec OLOTHINQ. JikHST' UNDER "PHIIADCLPHIA:PA, 824 824 ALL AND AT THE TUB ENGLISH LOWEST FINEST COATINGS RATES. QUALITIES MADE GOOD FIT3. OF FRENCH TO ORDER WARRANTED. CHARLES STOKES & CO., No. 824 CHESNUT STREET, ABOVE THE CONTINENTAL. THIS IS A FREE COUNTRY ! But no man ought to feci free to wear Shabby Clothes when he can buy at the GREAT BROWN HALL As low as he can get the Splendid Salts now offered there. Fine Fell Suits Fine Fail Milts Fine Fall Suits Fine Fall Suits Fine Fall Suits Fine Fall Suits $!5 $18 Fine Fall Suits Fine Fall Suits JJIF Fine Fall Suits Fine Fall Suits QtOK Fine Fall Su'.ts qpZiO Fine Fall Suits Everything In the way of Gentlemen'B Wearing Ap caret. Goods in the Piece, Ready to Make Up Quickly. Goods on the counters, beautifully made up. Products of the Mills of this Country. Products of the Mills of Europe. Suitable for the Male Sex, of All Ages. Adnpted for Everv Class of People. Beady for Immediate Wear. Sure to Meet Approval. Cheaper than Elsewhere. DON'T GO SHABBY, BI T BOTf YOUK FALL SUIT AT ONcE, AT GREAT BROWN UAL1 , 603 and 605 CHESNUT STREET- FINE READY-MADE CLOTHING, ComblnlDg Style, Durability, and Excellence of Workmanship. JONES' Ono-I? rico ESTABLISH ME NT, No. C04 MARKET STREET. C EO. W. NIEMANN. Handsome Garments made to order at the short est notice. 10 3 tfrp EXCELLENCE WITH ECONOMY. GENUINE SCOTCH CHEVIOT GENUINE SCOTCH CHEVIOT GENUINE SCOTCH CHEVIOT GENUINE SCOTCH CHEVIOT GENUINE SCOTCH CHEVIOT GENUINE SCOTCH CHEVIOT $20-00 8UITSM! 120-00 SUITSIII 120 00 SUITS!!! $20-00 8UITS!!! $20-00 SUITS!!! $20-00 SUITS M ! MADE TO MEA8URE. MADE TO MEASURE. MADE TO MEASURE. MADE TO MEASURE. STYLE, FIT, AtD WORK GUARANTEED. KVANS Sc I.KACH, No. C28 MARKET STREET, 9178tuth3m PHILADELPHIA. WESTON & BROTHER, TAILORS, S. W. Cornsr NINTH and ARCH Sts., PHILADELPHIA. Afullassortmertof ne most approved styles for FALL AND WINTER WEAR, JUST RECEIVED. A SUPERIOR GARMENT AT A REASONABLE PRICE. 91Smrp DO B B 1 ti S' U A I R R K S B W K R will not burn or Injure the hair, but makes it sort ana glossy. D O M B I y JS" 11 A 1 R Is beautifully transparent R X N a W Ji R DO B B I A' 8' HAIR R U S F W B R restores the natural color without dyeing, by imparting a vigorous and neaitny growtn. D O B B I N HAIR R F H h W Ji R Is altogether unlike any other. DO B B I N i HAIR R H N F tr F R ts prepared only by J. B. DOBBINS, and the genuine has his signature. DOBBIN 8' HAIR RUFF W F R Is sold by druggists and dealers everywhere, and at the principal depot, No. 42 North EIGHTH btreet. N O TOILET COMPLiTF WITHOUT DOBBINS' HAIR RENEW EH. asoem RODGER8 & WOSTENHOLM'S POCKET KNIVES, Pearl and Stag handles, and beautiful finish; Rodgeis', and Wade fc Butcher's Razors, and the celebrated Le. con It re Razor; Ladies' Scissors. In cases. of the finest quality ; Rodgers' Table Cutlery, Carvers and Forks. Rasor Strops. Cork Screws, etc. Ear In struments, to assist the hearing, of the most ap. proved construction, at r. mAL-nna u, No. 118 TENTH Street, below Chesuutt REAL. ESI AT AT AUCTION. f REAL ESTATE. THOMAS A WWSALE. Jtl Modern three-story brick dwelling, No. 3T Ktdwood street, with a frame dwelling la the rear on Federal street. On Tuesdwv, October as, ISM, at H o'clock, noon, will be soM at publfesairat the Philadelphia Kxchange, all those mewiasr8 and the lot of gronnd thereunto brtonglng, Pttcmte on the north side of Redwood street, weet of Fourth street, No 43T; containing in front on Redwood street 14 feet Inches, and extending In depth of that width 81 feet ; then widening to IS ft, and ex tending still fni ther in depth Of that wlilJh 3 feet to Federal streti, the enttre deph being llSPeet. Two fronts. Together with the privilege of feet 6 Inches wide alley. TJe Improvements are n modern three-story brick dwelling, fronting on Fedwood street; has two-storv frame back building; parlor, dining-room, and kitchea on the first floor; gas, bath, hot and cold water, gas oven, etc. Also a three-story frame dwelling In the- rear on Federal street, No. 4S. Honse stands back from the Htrwt. Terms $2P0t may remain on mortgage. Immediate possession of No. 487 Redwood street. Keys at Now 440 Redwood street. M. THOMAS A SONS. Aoctloneers, 10 13 IS 82 Nob. 139 and 141 8. FOUHTH Street. PS PEREMPTORY SALE THOMAS A SONS. ill? Auctioneers. Business Stand. Tavern, and welling, N. W. corner ot Maiden street and Frank- ford road. On Tuesdav. October 2ft. T.S70. at U o'clock, noon, will be sold at public sale, witr.out ri-nrivr, ni i ne i nuacieipnia Kxcnaugv, all ino.se messuages and the lot of ground thereunto belong ing, situate on the north side of Maiden street and eastern side of Cohockslnk creek, where said creen Intersects said street, and running thence eastward along said street 14 feet to Franktord road ; thence along the course of said road 30 feet 9 inches i thence continuing along said road 11 feet 7tf Inches to gronnd late of fllary Penn, deceased ; thence along said ground to the Cohockslnk creek; thence down the said creek to the place of beginning. The Im provements are a two-story frame tavern, fronting on the corner, and a two-story brick dwelling ad joining, fronting on the Frankford road, being Nos. l()02, iwi4, and 1006 Frankford road. Subject to an irredeemable yearly ground-rent of $54, payable In coin. Sale absolute. M. THOMAS &. SONS, Auctioneers, 10 13 15 82 Nos. lift) and 141 S FOURTH Htreet REAL ESTATE THOMAS k SONS' SALE. Business stand. Three-story brick store and dwell lng, southeast corner of Sixteeutti aud Brown streets. On Tuesday, October 18, 187(1, at 12 o'clock, noon, will be sold at public sale, at the Philadelphia Exchange, all that handsome modern three story brick messuage, with double three-story back build lnes and lot of ground, situate at the Bouthe.iht corner of Sixteenth and Brown streets; containing in ironi on rown street tn leet 6 tncnes. and on six teenth street 18 feet. It has store, dining-room, and kitchen on first floor; parlor, chamber, and bath room on secoud floor; has gas, furnace, cooking range, etc. Leased for Dve years, from March 1, 1870, at $1000 a year. Subject to a yearly ground rent of $42 84. W. THOMAS & SONS, Auctioneers, 10 13ths2t Nos. 139 and 141 8. FOURTH Street. ftt PUBLIC SALE. THOMAS A- SONS, AUC- Ujjjj T1QNEER8 Two Two-and-a-half.fftory Brick Dwellings. Nos. 2B67 and 2ftG9 Frankford road, south of Somerset street, Twenty-fifth ward. On Tues day, Nov. 1, 1870, at 12 o'clock, noon, will be sold at public sale, at the Philadelphia Exchange, all those two 2)4 -story orick dwellings and lot of ground, situate.on the easterly side of the Frankford road. 86 feet southwesterly of Somerset street, Nos. 2567 and B.-5C9 ; containing in front on tne Frankford road 40 feet, and extending in depth 90 feet. Terms cash. w. THUMAS su;ns, Auctioneers, 10 IS 82 29 Nos. 139 and 141 8. FOURTH Street LIFE INSURANCE THE MUTUAL PROTECTION Life Insurance Company OF PHILADELPHIA Offers life policies, PERFECTLY SECURED, at less than ONE-HALF THE USUAL RATES. It is the only Life Insurance Company in the United States doing business on the "Mutual Classification' plan, nd its rates are so low that all classes may enjoy its benefits. THE FULL AMOUNT OF INSURANCE IS GUARANTEED. We confidently Invite the attention of the public to the claims of this Company, assured that Its plan, corablnli g.aa It does, ECONOMY with the HIGHEST DEGhEB OFsEOURITY, will commend it to gene ral favor. Circulars, containing full explanations of our sys tem, rates, etc. etc., can be had from any of our agents, or at the OFFICE, No. 247 8. THIRD Street, PHILADELPHIA. Good Agents wanted. 10 13 thstu2m PIAN08. tt GEORGE STECK & CQ.'S PIANOS, Grand, Square and Uprlffht. ALSO, HAINES BROS.' PIANOS. Only place In Philadelphia for sale of Mason & Hamlln'i World-Renowned Cabinet Organs. For sale or rent, or to rent vrith view to purchase, ani, part of rental apply. UOUluD Sc FI8CIIE1K, Successors to J. E. Gould, No. 023 CHESNUT St, No. 1013 ARCH ST. COPARTNERSHIP. Mr. WM. G. FISCHER (now In the Piano and Organ Business, No. 1013 AROH and No, 21 N. ELEVKNTH Street), has this day be come a partner of J. K. GOULD, No. 23 CHESNUT Street. 16 tf tss STEINWAY & SOUS' ?S Grand Square and Upright Pianos. Special attention Is called to their new laient Upright Pianos, With Double Iron Frame, Patent Resonator, Tubular Metal Frame Action, etc., which are matchless In Tone and Touch, and unrivalled in durability. IILjASIUS, WAREROOMS, No. 1006 CHESNUT STREET, 9 13 tfrp PHILADELPHIA, NEW PUBLICATIONS. DOOKS! BOOKS! BOOKS! J NO. 724 CHESNUT STREET. TAKE NOTICE!!! The Entire Stock is being sold out AT ENORMOUS REDUCTIONS, to wind up business. This Is a BONA FIDE CLOSING! OUT, as the Store will be occupied by another business in LESS THAN 90 DAYS Our Stock is large and well-assorted, embracing Library Editions of all the Standard Authors; Bibles and Prayer Books ; Illustrated Works and Juveniles ; all of which we guarantee to sell at a saving to the purchaser of 85 TO CO PER CENT. We have left a small assortment or CHROMO LITHOGRAPHS, some of them, however, Choice Pictures, framed and nnframed, which we will sell at fully 83 PER CENT. LESS THAN COST. Writing Desks, Gold Pens, Albums, etc. All to be sold at a great sacrluce. An examination solicited. D. AS II ME AD, Agist, 10 8 tUithSt No. 724 CHESNUT Street, Philad a. OROOERIEB, ETO. URBANA WINE COMPANY, Hammondsport, New Tori. Imperial Champagne, A pure and fruity WINE, made after the French method. Superior to any other American and to many brands oQm ported Champagne. For tale by the Agent, JAMES R. WEBB, 8. E. Corner WALNUT and EIGHTH, 8 81 mthSmrp PHILADELPHIA. NEW 1870 SPlDTAWtlON IN LARGE CANS AT $1-80 PEB CAN. WHITE BRANDY FOR PRESERVING, PURE SPICES, ETO. COUSTY'S East End Grcssry, I9o. IIS South SECOIVD St., I IT Uuta BELOW OHE8NTJT 8TRKHT. PLATED WARE. MEAD & IIOBBINS, MANUFACTURERS OF SILVER-PLATED WARE, Hard Metal (Nickel Silver), Have now ths largest and most attractive stock of Silver Flated Goods that tliey have ever offered in New and Elegant Designs. All descriptions of SUver-Plated Ware constantly on hand, suitable for WEDDING PRESENTS. Tea Sets as Low as $20. N. E. Cor. NINT1E and CHESNUT, 10 8 stuth3m PHILADELPHIA. OARPETINCS. 34 60UTH SECOND 8TEEET. 34 CARPETINGS. HAVING- REMOVED TO OUR NEW STORE, we are offering superior Inducements in Carpets, Oil Cloths, Mattings, Window Shades Irotcftets, ETC. ETC. At the lowest Cash Prices. G. B. SNYDER & CO., No. 34 SOUTH SECOND STREET, West Side, below Market. 84 stuthlmep (Formerly Shapless', latterly Snodgrass' Old Stand) CARRIAGES, ETO. 1870. JPAJLjJLa. 1870. WM. D. ROGERS, CARRIAGE BUILDER. Phaetons, Drags and Light Wagons FOB UOA1) AND I'AHK DRIVINU, Of Superior Finish and Newest Styles. Built to order and for sale, manufactory and Repository, Nos. 1009 and 1011 CEESNUT Street, 9 8 thstnamrp PHILADELPHIA WHISKY. W II I SK I E S. Bye, Wheat, Bourbon and Monongaheia WHISKIES, The product of the following Distilleries: "A A H. 8. Overholt," 'Wm. Britton A Co.," U. Llpplncott," Thos, Moore," "Lynchburg," 'Mti Vernon," 'Jos. 8. Finch," 'M. Weiss A Co." "Hugus & Co.," "Shanton, Daly & Kern," "8herwood," Old Dominion." In store and for sale In lots to suit purchasers. APPLY TO BROOKE, C0LKET & CO., 1727, 1729, 1731 and 1733 Market St, 8 27 8tuth3m PHILADELPHIA. DYE AND PRINT WORKS. 1819 imtaiii-iiib ifii9 IV'ew Vorlc Dyeing and Printlner lstabllshment, STAT EN ISLAND. Flo. 40 North EIGHTH Street, West Side, Philadelphia. 83 DUANE St. and T58 BROADWAY, New York. 166 and 168 PIERREPONT St., Brooklyn. This old and well-known company, now In the second half cetUurp of lta existence, la prepared, as usual, to Dye, VUanut and Fiih every variety of ladles', gentlemen's, and children's garments, and piece Uoods in their usual superior manner. Notb These are our only oittoea. 9 20 tnths3m NEW STORE. 118. 1'. V. CIIAMIIUIKS, M l"ancy and Ntaple Trimming;, 7.EPUVH UOODS, ETC., No. 224 South ELEVENTH 8treet. Pomades, Soaps. Powders, Perfumeries, Hosiery, Gloves, Ribbons, Etc 15 tturtmrp OAS.,FIXTLmKS. CORNELIUS & SOUS, MAl I'ACTlIIti:il( or GAS FIXTURES. Wholesale and Retail Salesrooms, No. S2I CHERRY Street PHILADELPHIA. x YVe hare no store or eralesroros, en Clieennt street. 9I4 2mgp CORNELIUS1 it SONS. ' ' BAKER. ARNOLD & CO., ircAiirACTr;si:its OF GAS FIXTTJKESr CHAHDELIERS, FEB D AXIS, BRACKETS, ETC.. Of Every Hesig-ri. SALESROOMS, No. 710 CHESNUT Street, MANUFACTORY, S. W. Corner TWELFTH and BROWS 8 23 Imrp PHILADELPHIA. GAS FIXTURES -A.t Reduced Rates, Persons furnishing houses or stores will, find it to their interest to deal with the Manufacturers direct. Onr assortment of all kinds of Gas Fixtures cannot be equalled in the city, and we Invite all those In want to call on MISKEY, MERRILL & THACEARA, MANUFACTURERS, Showrooms, No. 718 CHESNUT St 9 23 thstulOtrp PHILADELPHIA. HOSIERY, ETO. c ARTWRIGHT & WARNER'S Merino Hosiery and Underwear, Just received, by steamer City of CrooWyn, 19 cases (900 dozens) of Cartwrlght & Warner's cele brated make of MERINO GOODS, embracing every description of Men s, Ladles', Boys' and Misses' wear. COOK & BROTHER, Importers and Ketallers of lIo ttiery Uoods, No. 53 North EIGHTH Street. 9 15 thtu3m PHILADELPHIA. CLOVES, ETO. BEST fl S3 KID GLOVE IN AMERICA. Every pair guaranteed, If they rip or tear, another pair given In exchange. A. & J. B. BARTHOLOMEW, No. 83 North EIGHTH Street. Sole Agency Wholesale and Retail. ao tnthstfry IIOWSON'S OFFICES FOR PROCURING United States and Foreign Forrest llulldlnsrs, No. 119 SOUTH FOURTH STREET, PHILADELPHIA, ANB MARBLE BUILDINGS, No. C05 SEVENTH STREET, WASHINGTON, D. C. IL HOWSON, I C. HOWSON, Solicitor of Patents. 1 Attorney at Law. Communications should be addressed to the Prin cipal unices, Philadelphia. 10 4 tnths2m ESTABLISHED 1825. FRED. T. MBCKK. II. J. PIA3. n. J. DEAS 5t CO., MAHUFACTUUElt H OP Warm Air Furnaces Cooking Ranges, Portable Heaters, Low Down Grates, Slate Mantels, Lath Boilers, Registers and Ventilators. No. 1 1 1 North SEVENTH St., ' PHILADELPHIA. 9 22 thstu6mrp JOBBING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. QWI88 CARVINGS. " JAXVXZ3S S. AHLU & sons Have just received a large Importation of SWISS RUSTIC CARVED GOODS, And propose to add this branch to their business, and keep alwavs a fine assortment. Their present selection consists of Jewel, Work, and Cigar Boxes. Penknives, small Deuks, bouquet-holders aud Vases, Cigar Wanda, Inkstands, Card Receivers, Book Rests, Tobacco Boxes, siatcn utanaa, nana mirrors, eta AH at very low and Inviting prices. 10 1 stutti i EARLE3 GALLERIES, No. 61 CHESNUT ST. iff Kid Clove