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THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH PHIL APE L PHI A, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER .23, 1870.
5 hijbical Ann dran4tic. The MnrrlRS f Pla-ar" t the Bagllsta TrtM The furions rain-storm canted the finest wrk la the repertoirt ot the company now perform ing at the Academy of Musio to be nn last evening to the 101411681 audience of the season. Those who did attend, however, enjoyed a rare treat, for the mnsic of The Marriaj of Figaro Is so purely delicious that It would be a plea sure to hear it even if not rendered by the most thoroughly competent artists. The performance at the Academy last evening, however, was np to a high rank of excellence, as was to be ex pected, for the leading characters were bus tailed by the same singers as last season, with the exception that Mrs. liernard personated "Su sanna" instead of M'me Kosa, and Mr. Bowler "Dob Baaeilio" Instead of Mr. Nordblom. Mrs. Bernard made a very excellent representative of "Susanna," nnd In the beautiful "Letter Duet" ((specially she sang with much expression. Miss Ilersee, as the "Countess," acted and sang charmingly, and Mrs. 8eguln, as the page "Cherubino," filled the ideal of the character completely. Mr. Laurence as "Count Alma viva," Mr. Campbell as "Figaro," and the other performers acquitted themselves creditably, and as the choruses were well sung and the orches tration nnusiialljr good the entertainment was one worth braving the rain storm to witness. The CUT Amusement. At thb Acadbmt or Music The Bohemian ftirl will be irlven for the last time this evening. Martha will be performed to-morrow (Thanks giving Day), and on Friday The Marriage of Figaro will be repeated for the accommodation of those who were unable to attend last evening. At tub Walnut Mr. J. S. Clarke will this evening personate "Major Wellington de Boots" and "Toodle.." A Thanksgiving Pay Matinee will be given to-morrow, wlicn 27m Flying Sad will ba per formed. To-morrow evening Mr. Clarke will appear as "Asa Trenchard," in Our American Co Hit in. At Titr. Chesnut the burlesque of LxMe Faust will be performed this evening. To-morrow being Thanksgiving day, perform ances will be given both afternoon and even ing. At TnE A lien Knowlos' comedy of The Love Phase, with Mrs. Drew as "Con"unce,",wiIl be represented this evening. The performance will conclude with the drama of Sistecn-Mriiig Jack. A matinee performance of Jtosedale will be given to-morrow, aud the same piece will be repeated in the evening. Adam Fouki-auoh's Circus and Mem aobute will exhibit this afternoon and evening at the corner of Broad and Wallace streets. An extra Thanksgiving Pay performance is announced lor to-morrow. At thb Ameuican a variety programme will be presented ibis evening. A matinee to-morrow. At Dui-kez it Benedict's Oi-eiu House an attractive minstrel performance will be given this evening. , A Thanksgiving Pay matinee to-morrow. AtthbAkcii Street Opera Houme an inter esting varietv of Ethiopian comicalities will bo presented tbi.t evening. A matineo to-morrow. Sionor Bi.it and his son will give a magi cal entertainment at the Assembly Buildings this cveuing. 1 wo performances are announced lor to-morrow. I The (Rumania Orchestra will give a pub lic rehearsal at Mimical Fuud Hall on Saturday afternoon. Mr. Chap.i.es Warner's Circus is now in full operation at the corner of Tenth and Cal lowhiil street?, having opened for the winter season. The company is large and efliclcnt, and contains a number of the most talented eques trians and acrobats in the profession. Perform ances will be irlven cverr evening, and on Wed nesday and Saturday afternoons. To-morrow being Thanksgiving day, thero will be a ma tinee, wben an extra programme of attractions will be oiieicd. city rrisires. fkom TnE BAdvo;a t From the Basement To the Roof, To the Roof, Filled with Clothing Filled with Clothing Of Every Description, of Every Description, At the Lowest Prices, At the Lowest Prices, ROC KH ILL & WlCSOH, rocebill a wh.80n, Great Brown Hall, Oreat Brown Hall, Noa. 60s and 60S CnBsstrr street, Nob. 60S and 605 Cuesxdt street. Labor. Labor Is capital. Bestow good health upon a man, ao that he can labor every six out of even days, and no matter how poor he may have been at the commencement of life's great race, he will be certain to accumulate a fortune, provided he takes care of his earnings. Plantation Bitters is certain to make the weak ones strong, and to pre serve the health ef the healthy. From four to six hours is considered the erdioary limit for brsln work. At the expiration of this time the phosphorus Is carried' o ir, and the man becomes irritable and nervous. If he is poor, and continues on at his task, as most ef peor doctors, lawyers, and editors do, he will be certain to shcrten his days and all an un timely grave, as did Sir Walter Scott, unless he uses Plantation Bitters, which speedily restores his vital energy, repairs his indigestion, and corrects the luggUb circulation of his blood. CEBTIFICA1E OF AN EMINENT CHEMIST. I hSVO made a careful chemical analysis of the Soodont, from an impartial sample purchased by me per sonally from a leading drug house of this city, but nothing of an Injurious or objectionable cha racter has nei'ii found in Its composition. Jam is G. Pohi.e, M. D., Analytical Chemist, No. 439 Broadway, New York, Late Dr. James R. Chilton & Co. without fcrfT oa Sediment. Phalon's Vitalla, or Salvation for the Hair, baa no bad smell, and does not stain tbe akin. It has no Ingredient that sub aides in the fores of Cltby sediment. Consequently, U la not shrouded tn darkened bottles. Tbe natural eolor of the hair, however completely it may have faded oat, is in variably reproduced by the Vltalia, Bold by all drogguiu. Never Faii.ino Safbtt and SoocESd. Mrs. Winhlowd Southing Svrr is a safe and certain remedy for al diseases with which children are af ftleted rtoriDn the process of teething, n has stood the test of thirty years. Never known to fall. Gives rest to the mother nnd relief to tbe child. Cures wind colic and regulates tbe bowels. Me. Wiij.uk W. Casstdt, the jeweller at No. 8 Booth Second street, has one of the largest and meet attractive stocks of all kinds of Jewelry and Silver ware tn the city. He has also on hand a One assort rnentof line American Western Watches. Those who purchase at this store at the present time art serum to get the worth of their money. Talek's restaurant. No. i Arch street, ele gantly fitted up, is now in full blast, serving all the delicacies of the season from 6 A. M. to midnight. Parties returning from the theatres or opera house served at the shortest notice from an unsurpassed bill of fare. Ladles' Saloon on the second floor. Suits of Rooms are a favorite method of bote Ufa. The Amkuicak Iloinf, Boston, has a Urge number of sueb. which may be secured by post or telegraph, by families travelling. BSEA Moss Fakine from pure IrUhilow, for Blano Manee, Puddings, Custards, creams, etc. etc Tne cheapest, healthiest, and most delicious food in the world. BKDbrMi. bffci in the city, lowest prise, and gua rauued. bv Ai .bkkthon 1 Co., No. ltaa Caesuut street. "Sr ai .piKtiV Gu e,' usaf ul and true. ItlARRIKD. Fari.it Ooff. Om tha flat lastant. bv ths Rev. TV. Shadrsoh. of Aitooaa. Rorkkt 1L Faklkv te MISS CLARA UOFF, both f this City. KtM.BT FAI.I.RR. On the 1st a Instant, hv rat. Mr. Pchnell, Mr. O. F. Risi.it, of this city, to Miss Aikii.ia Fallkk, of Milwaukee. Wkaver Risdoh. At Mount Holly. N. J., on the !9J of November, by the Kev. Charles M. Perkins, John II. Wiavkr and Emma M., daughter of the late Isaac N. KUdon. iii:i. Johnston On the 19th instant, Qeokqe J. John ston, in the 8tlt year of his age. 'j lie relatives ami rrienna or tne ramuy, aiso no members of the Klngsrold Hose Company, are re spectfully Invited to attend his funeral, from his late residence. No. 17 Thompson street, on Thursday afternoon, at 1 o'clock. To proceed to Franklin Cemetery. ii Kknt. On the 20th Instant, Richard Kent, azed 83 years. His relatives and friends, Cadwalader Lodge, No. MS, I. O. of O. F., and Chippewa Tribe, No. M, Imp. O. of It. M., are respectfully Invited to attend the funeral, from his late resilience, S. B. corner of Seventeenth and Afton streets, anove Federal streot, on Thursday morning, at 9 o'clock. Interment at Mount Morlali Cemetery. Kekkkdt. On the sid Instant, Hugh Kenkedt, J k.. In tha 41t year of his age. The relatives and friends, also Phoenix Lodge, rso. 130. A. Y. M., are respectfully Invited to attend the funeral, from his late residence, No. 840 North Second street, en Friday morning at IS o'clock. In terment at Laurel Hill. SPECIAL. NOTICES. br aiidUionat tyrai Kotice Inil nig'. AMKKICAN ACADKMT IIK MUSK'. mS UIVTl'tVTll A KVIVVUk A 1 V OI THE YOl'NO MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION OV PHILADKLVIIIA. TUESDAY EV1.NINO. NOVEMBER 29. Addresses will bp delivered by Hon. WILLIAM K. 1OTOR, riesldent Y. M. ! A., New York. 11. T1IAINK MII.LKK, Keq., Of Cmelim-vtl Y. M. V. A. Rev. THOMAS A. JAWAR. Of Holy Trinity P. K.dhuroii, Philadelphia. And others. Choice selections of music by Carl Sentz's ( .rraa nla Orchestra, commencing at T o'clock. Congrega tional Singing under direction of Colonel 1). W. C. Moore. Exercises to commence punctually at 1 o'clock r. m. TO DEFRAY EXPENSES, Tickets with Reserved Seats in Parquet, parquet Circle, and Balcony will be sold at TWENTY-FIVE CENTS each, and are for f ale at F. A. NORTH A CO. S, No. 106 CUEd NUT Street. Reserved Seats in Family Circle and admission tickets to all parts of the house ca t be obtained FREE by members and others on and after Friday morning, at tne Hall of the Association, No. 1211) CUESNUT Street. 11 8i 4t ECW I"NIONTHANKSaiVIN SERVICE. THK congregations of the NORTH BROA D STREET PRE8BV1 ERIAN CHURCH, the TAHKRNACLK METHODIST .CIITJRCII, the Ll'TII ERUAUAI 111 RCII.and the MEMORIAL BAPTIST CI I l-KCH, will unite with the congregation of the OXFORD PKKSBYTERIAN CHCROII. in the edillce corner of liKOAD and OXFORD Streets, to-morrow at 11 o'clock. Rev. P. S. IIENSON, D. IX, will preach the ser mon. ' gy- NOTICB IS FIEREBY GIVEN THAT AN application will be made at tne next meeting of tbe General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania for the incorporation of a Rank, in ac cordance with the laws of the Commonwealth, to be entitled THE GERMANIA BA N K, to be located at Philadelphia, with a capital of one hundred thou sand dollars, with the right to increase the same to one minion aonars. POST-OFFICE, PHILADELPHIA, TA. Pmr.ArtEi.riTM. Nov. 22, 1S70 THURSDAY, the 24th int. (Thanks-jiving), this ofllce will close at, 10-30 A. M. Tim early Morning delivery and collection will bo made. An Afternoon collection will be made at 4 o'clock. It HENRY II. BINGHAM, P. M. A THANKSGIVING ANNOUNCEMENT "w The new discover? of takinir LETTER PRESS COPIES from PRINTING executed at HELFKN STE1N A LKWIS' Railroad and Commerc.il Print ing House, FIFTH and OUKSNuT Streets. 1 1 .1 U II n or XV i-A T , - .r H .IT. A TJ , f . IIT V Mlf.nnANTlLE COLLECTION AND LAW AniTMciY for Pennsvlvania. the Western and South ern States, No. 400 CHESNLT Street, Commissioner torM'eBtcrnSjates a g ws sin LIFE INSURANCE, INSURE YOUIl LIFE AT 1I03IE IN TUB AMERICAN life irsrsunNCii: co. OF PHILADELPHIA, ALEX. WHILLDIN, President. JOHN S. WILSON, Secretary. The AMERICAN Issues policies on all desirable plans at Uncratim, and Is unurpafl In the advan tages offered to insurers by any Uompany tn the United States. ill id wsm'iot S. E. Corner Fourth and Walnut Sti. READY-MADE CLOTHING. Combining Style, Durability, and Excellence K7, iruinuiiitj, BUU of Workmanship. JONES' One-Iiico ESTABLISHMENT, No. C04 MARKET STREET. CEO. V. N I EM A N N. Handsome Garments made to order at the short est notice. 10 s tfrp GRAND MILITARY REVIEW. Thanksgiving Day Excursion TO FAIRMGUNT PARK. For the aseommodation ef parties wishltg to visit Fairmonnt Park te witness the GRAND MLLITAKT BETlBWtotakeplaeeat that point, the following EXCURSION TRAINS wUl be run by the Pennsylvania Central Railroad. Leave Depot, cor. Thirty llrkt and Market sueets, Webt Philadelphia: 1-t A. M. tie it oo " 1100 " U oo Neon. 100 P. M. too " 8t)0 " 40t " Ketarn'njr, leave flea. toaviue ana Mantua: 11-30 rim M. M. lt Sin CI.'. FAKE TEN CKSTS. Excursion Tickets, to go and return, FIFTEEN CENTS, for ssie at tho Iepot. A. i. CA8H1TT, General 8uper.ntenJent. H. W. GWISNIH, It Oeseral Passenger aal Ticket Agent, NEW PUBLICATIONS. O W HEADY, LIPriNCOTT'S MAGAZINE FOR DECEMBER. WITH A FISE FULL-PAOE ENOUAVING. CONTINTfl. A ROVINO COMMISSION. THB APPIAN WAT J A Poem, chanan ltpad. I. II. III. IV. By T. Bu- LOUIE: A Tale. By Harriet Prescott 8pof ford. FLORIDA; HOW TO GO AND WHERE TO V. T1IR RKAL CONDITION OF THE SOUTH. By Kdward A. Pollard. TL CHIT-CHAT FROM ANDALUSIA. By Flo rence Marryat. 1RRNB: A Tale. Part 111. TO-DAY: A Poem. THK OEYSERS OF CALIFORNIA. CACOKTHB HCRIBENDl, AND WHAT VII, vnt. IX. X CAM B OF IT: A Tale. Dy F. Tlioma. XL EXPANSION OR CON TK ACTION t y Hon. Amasa Walker. XII. SiRUaKRY HOT8PPR OF TJUMBLITn WAITB: A Novel. PartVIL By Authony Trollone. XIII. A VISION OF THE HOUR: A Poem. By Lucy Hamilton Hooper. OUR AloNTUIA' OOSSIP. Parisians The late L. M. UotUchalk A Letter from onlda. etc. LITERATURE OF THK DAY. Cex's Mytho logy of the Aryan Nations Life and Times of David Zelsbcrger, etc XIV. XV. For sale at all the Book and News Stores. NOW IS TnE TiMB TO SUBSCRIBE. With the Part for January, Lippinentfs Manazine will commence Its Seventh Volume. Wnntevor has hitherto recommended It to public favor will bo con tiuned, with such improvements as experience has suggested. 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This book Is a complete nnd una ridaed dictionary of the English language, as goo I as the boet, a Gazetteer of the World, and a more complete, newer, and fresher Encyclopedia than any now in print; the price is lower than that of any otiipr KncvcloDedla and but a little above that charged for an Unabridged Dictionary or a Gazet teer aloDe and being the latest and begun and pomnicted within the short space of two years not drawing through an unlimited number of vears, as has alwavs heretofore been the case with works of this magnitude It must necessarily be by far the the urt.irle Nanoleon is brought down to his sarren- der, Prussia to the present war, etc and the popu lations are elven either In accordance with recent State Census or that of the General Census of this year, cr from other reliable Information, and every pains taken to make the information given new and accurate. 10 18 tutli2m T. ELLWOOD ZELL, Publisher, Nos. 17 and 19 8. SIXTH Street, Philadelphia. MOltti NEW BOOKS For Young People. MISSIONARY ANECDOTE8; First Series. 18 Illuetrat'ona. Different Hcenea can be referred to, at once, by the aid of an Index. 16mo, cloth, 80 cen's. THE DRIFTING BOAT; or Joe Fenton's Re venge, ismo. A graphically written story. We are sure it will interest our young readers, both boys and gins. Illustrations. THB SWALLOW OF LBIQII FARM. 12 fine engravings. lBmo, 45 cents. fXHUTJS MORTON, a. story of a Scottish Boy. By J. K. Maoduff, 1). D. Illustrations. l8mo, 3t cents. Jnst published and for sale by the AMERICAN SUNDAY-SCHOOL UNION, 1123 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. li io wfmet WHISKY. KUPFERBERG'S Sparkling Moselles AT SI8 PER CASE. Tkrse Wines ate very rich and fruity, and these who are fsnd of the German Sparkling Wines should now avail themselves of this opportunity to purchase at ten per cent less than cost. H. & A. C. VAN BEIL. The Wine lYXerthantt, No. 1310 CHESNUTSt., li u luiwrn I'aiLADELPlIli. TI7KDDIN0 AND ENGAGEMENT RINGS f wbd IS-kant B 1L QU4.LITY WAS H. a vTk.li 1 lull unKtii.il il ixm ot bwt wfasi , W 0 likAA UT hwMi. Wm SoanA. JEWELRY AND SILVERWARE. NOW OPENING, English Plated Wares, Vienna Fancy Goods, In Great Variety, I, CLARK & DIDDLE, Ho. I 124 CHESNUT Otroct, 11 S2 tUWS3t rOILADELPUIA. WATCHES. lCHtulli!sliel lit 18.11. VATCHES. EVEEGOINO STEM-WINDEUS, KEY-WINDEKS, QUARTElt SECOND i, MINUTE UEPKATERS, ETC.EIC. ETC. C. & A. PEQTJIGNOT, Ko. COS CI1ESMUT STUEET, Slmws PIIILADKI.rniAu GROCERIES. ETC KLW BEIIIUHtM BUCKWHEAT, In small packages. DOCB1B CROWN LAYER RAISINS, in half anl quarter boxes. FINE ALMERIA GRAPE 3, in clusters. NEW CURRANTS AND CITRON. CAN I El) ASPARAGUS. FRESH PEACHB8. FRH9H TOMATOES. EXTRA NEW ME8S MACaEREI,, In quarter bar rels and kltts. WILLIAM KSLLEY, N. W. Corner T 57JELFTH Street and OIRAKD Avenu. 11 10 thttul PHILADELPHIA. " THORNE FARM" CIDER. JC6T RECEIVED, A LOT OF THIS CELEDRATED PURE APPLE CIDER. MITCHELL & FLETCHER, No. 1204 CHE8NUT Street, lljohstnsmrp PHUADSLPIIIA. Mne Ainieria Grapes, Hew .Paper Shell Almonds, New Grenoble Walnuts AT JAMES R. WEBB'S, B. E. Corner WALNUT and EIGHTH, 8H ttuthSmrp PHILADELPHIA. KHTABLI8HED 1800. Choice White Almeria Grapes, In one-eighth kegs own importation. CH018B QUALITT OF LADY APPLES, PRIME HAVANA 0HAN3E3, NEW ALMONDS, RAI81N8, WALNUTS, FIG8, PEOAN NUTS, Etc. Etc. COUSTY'S East End Grocery, Ro, lit South VECOIVIJ M., t 17 thstn Below Chesnut, West Slle. FURNACES. ETO. ESTABLISHED 1825. FBE, T. MICH. H. J. OKAS ZX. J. D2CAS l CO., n a n u f a v t u it K n h of Warm Air Furnaces AKD Ports We Heaters, Low Down Qrats, Slate Mantels Hath Boilers, KegUusis and Veuiilators. No. I I I North SEVENTH St., PHI LA DELPIIIA. 9 Si ttutuSiurp JOBWNQ PfaOHPTLY ATTENDED TO. OA8 FIXTURES. CORNELIUS & SOUS, IHAI 1'AUH Jit or GAS FIXTURES Wholesale and Retail SalcHrooms, No. 821 CHERRY Street PHILADELPHIA, We have no store or salesroom en Cltesmit street 11 ir. 2m5p COItNELIUvS & SONS BAKER, ARNOLD & CO., MANUFACTURE 113 OF GAS FIXTURES, Chandeliers, Pendants. Urnckets, Etc. OF NEV DESIGNS, SALESROOMS, Ko. 7IO CHESKUT Street. MANUFACTORY, 8. W. Corner TWELFTH and BROWN 11 1 8mrp PHILADELPHIA. MACHINfcRY. ENGINES, Tools, ZVIachinery, Etc., FOR SALE AT THE NOVELTY IROH WORKS, FOOT OF EAST TWELFTH STREET NEW YOKE, EMRRACINO ENGINES, PLAN EK8, LATHES, SM1TII8 AND BOILERMAKERS' TOOLS, And Machinery nnd Patterns of the most approve kinds, etc eto. etc Alfeo, 6 HTOT.pitFSSDllE BNdlNES. partly flntsl.ed. SblLVIMhON'ri PAT. TUUBINE WATER W BEBL8, CG In. In diameter, and 1 M A1UNE 21EAM ENUINE, W in. bj 10 ft. stroke. jxo. s. sun i,ti;, Receiver of the Novelty Iron Works. Fend for Catalogue. New Tohk, tober 89, ls;o. 10' imrp PATENT. 0rFtt'E3 FOR PROtTRtKO United States and Foreia Forrest Iluliaiusrs, No. 119 SOUTH FOURTH STUEET, PHILADELPHIA, AND MARBLE BDILDI SG3, No. C05 SEVENTH STREET, WASDINQTON, a'c. H. HOWSON, Solicitor of Patents. C. HOWSON, Attorney at Law. Coromnclostious should be addressed to the Prln clpcl oniccs, Philadelphia. io 4 tuthslim UPHOL S33JL9 9 P8. ETO. 1870. 1870. STEVENSON & SGHWEMMER. Eich Broche Fierured Cotellnes FOR PARLORS AND 11ECEPTION ROOMS. HEAVr TAMBOURED LACES TO CORRESPOND. Why are their p'iees over twenty per cent, lewer than elsewhere for the natne Goods; Pint Because they buy tor CaSII and reclve heavy discounts. 1 liege they transfer to purchasers. Sfcond Being practice) aud experienced in a I branches of the DECORATING and UKHOI.tjT.SKT ' business, they save by rsoual attention and super vinion at leant fifteen pr ceuu in their expenses, of which their customers shad also have the fail benest. This makes a total f twenty-one per ceut. saved by every customer placing orders in t!:t lr charge, besides having their work executed In the Boost manner aud with the utmost despatch. 111.3 CHESNUT STREET. 10 IV wfrnilmip in:. MILLINERY. GKLAT tlTUAl, .11 1 L- m.m:ky noun:, No. 416 MARKET STREET. SPECIALTT ! SELLING OPE! Tbe balance of my ret.il stock fr.iu No. AK-'U Sueet, with my entire ;jck i l'ullaud WIsitfr Millinery 4ooU Mill le Illullel AT Tn LWKST WHOLKSAI.B t A8H ritlCKS, To irakerooni for Hpripp tit-wik. Mv old customers, aid the ladies sentia h, are invitea to ex.ulnu the bt.t stuck in tbe city. (U I sT4trp TIIOMAH M 01tUA.1T. yy I L L I A M W. ALT ER, L101I1GII COAL. Al0 WYOiMiwa, scnmrLiiiLL, i.oiiiuoniiY. DEPOT, No. 9S1 North N1NTII Sneet, belo.v Utrard avenue. uoirf, cotucr SIXTH aud 8PKIKG (IAUli: Sirtets. WVismwss GLOVES. ETC BARTHOLOMEWS, lYo. S3 IT. ZZOnTIX Street, Wilt open this dsy an immense stork of Wlatnr Goods bought very cheap during the recent warm weather. lot dor.en Ladles' Purlin lined Oloves, SO " " Piaolc Berlin Mned Ulovss, IVj. t0 doren Ladles' Cloth Qlovos, Bio. 8ft " " " sso. Iadlcs' Lisle thread llseced, 8T.c. Ladleb' Silk flppcod, ladles' Silk (larnil t nneced, 50e. Ladies' high color Cloth Uloves, Blue. Green, au4 Scarlet. Ladles White, Wine, Blue, and BuiT 01 i Uloves. Children's White, l!ine,;and S arlot Cloth O loves t:hlldren s " " mk flecol. t;hlllren's (lno French moves. Indies' Csstur Osuntk-ts. (ems' " ' dents' Buck " Oents' Dastor Oloves, up. Bovb' Muck (ilovrs. DF.MOiNSTKATION IN HOSIERT. Lsdlfs' full rccnlar made Hose, 8Sc M dozen EiiKftah regular male Hose reduced froun rs to Sic : best bargain yet nirertd. iJidlM' Fleeced Hosiery, from ti&c. np. Ladles' Ualbrlggan, Mic Hsifdor.en 1 adies' Balbrinrsn, $'75; neat box. dents' Englttth super stout Hair Hose, Mo. Uents' English super tipped Ualf IIoss, Ms. dents' fine English Half Hosn. ( hildren s Fancy Hosiery, ail prices. Children's liluc Kibbed, extra long. Children's Scarlet, regnUr aud extra lengths. Children's White, regular and extra leugtat. Children's extra long In vsrlons cuiors. UND'KKWEAK. Indies' Undervests, 76c up. Ladles' full regular made, f I 85 np. 1-adies' L'ndervests at lowest prices. Children's Vests, all sizes, dents' Shirts, 6c np. denth' Shirts, sit sl.es, 84 to 44 luohes. Corset.", S7c, i, $i rx'. iits. VELVET R1HBONS. Olive Branch Velvet Kibbons, all widths, at th lowest prices quoted. Embroldcriw, Hamburg Edging and Inserting. Linen Hdkrs., Tc np. Ladles' Hemstitch Hdkfs , 12k,c. up. Oents' Linen lldkfs., is, SO, 5, 31, S9e. up. Linen Collars and I'uils. New styles Linen Collars and Cufr. Lace-trimmed Collars and CuM's. Lace Collars, 15, 18, W, c. np. Lace Cellars, all the new fancy styles. ash Kibbons. v Bow Ribbons. I-inch all silk Sash Ribbons. II. Kll ULOVKS: KID ti(TE4: Joseph Oloves, 1. 1 a btdle Kid dioves, 11-25. B st SI 1& Clove in America. Button Kid dlovea. Children's Kid dioves. Cents' White Opera and Colors, fur Ladles, MUses, an 1 Gentlemen. 'Bartley'' KItl O loves. "Bajou" " Jouvln " " Children's " " It. Children's S button l-4i. indies' 8 button, 110, 11 -ir., II J, $t-5. AT TIIK GREAT KID GLOVE EMPORIUM . v A. fc. .T. B. B A HTIIOI.OM K W, No. 1.1 N. KKiliTIl Street. It II swU CARPETINCS, ETO. WI IA INIvHCjS LVINa Suggest the prf prlety of protecting the OARPSTS by the uno of DRUGGET 5, A handsome asaoriiucut of XKW I'A'l ti:k!J, H. L KNIGHT. & SON, 1222 CHESNUT STREET, 11 22 St PHILADELPHIA. COMMISSION. GIRARD MERCANTILE COMPANY. OF PHILADELPHIA. Chartered by Special Act cf Legislature, March If, is:o. Organized for the Purpose of transacting a WOOL AND COTTON COMMISSION BUSINESS. No. 34 S. FRONT St. and 35 LET1TIA St., Philada. J. H. LIYINOSTON, President. JPriCKKSOF THK OIRAKD MERCANTILE (' Presldtut, J. H. 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