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THE DAILY EVENJKG TELEGRAPH 1'HIb A.DE b PI1 L A, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER .23, 1870.
5
Ike Man-laa. af ria-ar" kv the Kaadlah
Trail a.
The furions rain-storm caused the flneat wrk
1 tbe repertoire ot tbe company now perform
ing at the Academy of Mnato to be sunfr last
evening to the smallest audience of the season.
Those who aid attend, however, enjoyed a rare
treat, for the tnnsic of The Marriage 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 up
to a high rank of excellence, as was to be ex
pected, for the leading characters were sus
tained by tho same singers as last season, with
the exception that Mrs. ilernard personated "Su
sanna" Instead of M'me Hosa, and Mr. Bowler
"Don Baseilio" instead of Mr. Nordulom. Mrs.
Bernard made a very excellent representative of
"Susanna," and in the beautiful "Letter Duet"
especially she sang with much expression. Miss
Ilersee, as the "Countess," acted and sang
charmingly, and Mrs. Seguln, as the page
"Cherublno," filled the ideal of the character
completely. Mr. Lanrence as "Count Alma
Tlva," Mr. Campbell as "Figaro," and the other
performers acquitted themselves creditably, and
as the choruses were well suug and tho orches
tration unusually good the entertainment was
one worth braving the rain storm to v, ituess.
The tlltT Amuaeitnenta.
At tub Acadkmt or Music The Bohemian
Uirl will be (riven for the last time tbis evening.
Martha will be performed to-morrow (Thanks
jiving Day), and on Friday The Marriage of
Figaro will be repeated for the accommodation
of those who were unable to attend last evening.
At thb Walnut Mr. J. 8. Clarke will this
evening per.-onute "Major Wellington de Boots"
and "Toodles."
A Thanksgiving Day Matinee will be given
to-morrow, when' The Flying Sew I will ba per
formed. Tomorrow evening Mr. Clarke will
appear as "Asa Trenchard," in Our American
Conein.
At Tiir. Chf.svut the burlesque of Little
Faust will be performed this evening.
To-morrow being Thanksgiving day, perform
ances will be given both afternoon and even
in et.
At tith Alton Knowles' comedy ot The Low
Phase, with Mrs. Drew as "Coriunce,"Jwill ba
represented this evening. The performance will
conclude with the drama of Sist'cn-String Jack.
A matinee performance of Jtnaedale will be
Riven to-morrow, aud the same piece will be
repeated in the evening.
Adam Fokf.i'auoh's Circus axi Mexaokrte
will exhibit this aftrioon and evening at the
corner of Broad and Wallace streets. An extra
Thanksgiving Day performance is announced
for to-morrow.
At thb Am eric am a variety programme will
fee presented this evening.
A matinee to-morrow.
At Dim-re & Benedict's Oreiu TIousb
an attractive minstrel performauco will be given
this even lug.
, A Thanksgiving Day matinee to-morrow.
AT the Aiuh Street Opera Horns au Inter
esting varietv of Ethiopian comicalities will bo
presented this evening. Amatineo to-morrow.
Sionor Bi.iT7 and his eon will give a magi
cal entertainment at the Assembly Buildings
this evening. Two performances are announced
for to-morrow.
r The ((Rumani a Orchestra will give a pub
lic rehearsal at Mimical Fuud Hall on Saturday
afternoon.
Mr. Ciiajii es Warner's Circus is now in
full operation at the corner of Tenth and Cal
lowhill streets, having opened for the winter
season. The company is large and elliclcnt, and
contains a number of the most talented eques
trians and ac robats in the profession. Perform
ances will be given every evening, and on Wed
nesday and Saturday afternoons. To-morrow
being Thanksgiving day, thero will be a ma
tinee, when an extra programme of attractions
will Le ofleicd.
CITY rrtsires.
l'KOM TUB RAeiitfa T
iTom the Basement
To tbe Roof,
To the Roof,
Filled with Clothing
Filled with Clothing
Of Every Description, .
'f Every Description,
At the Lowest Prices,
At the Lowest Prices.
Rock hill A Wilson,
Rock hill A Wh-son,
Great Brown Hall,
Great Brown Hall,
Nos. and 605 GngsNtrr street.
yog. 60S and 60S Chehnct street.
Labor. labor ts capital. Bestow good health
upon a man, so tbat 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 or his earnings. Plantation Bitters Is
certain to make the wesk ones strong, and to pre
serve the health ef the healthy. From four to six
hours is considered tie ardinary limit for brain
work. At the expiration of this time the phosphorus
Is carried; off, and the man becomes irritable and
aervous. If he is poor, and continues on at his task,
as most af naor doctors, lawyers, and editors do, he
will We certain to shorten 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
sluggish circulation of his blood.
Cehtifiooe of an Eminent Chemist. I have
made a careful chemical analysis of the Sozodont,
from an impartial sample purchased by me per
sonally from a leading drug house of this city,
butnothiug of an injurious or objectionable cha
racter has Dtt'ti fonad in lta composition.
Jam is O. Pohi.e, M. D.,
Analytical Chemist, No. IS Broadway, New York,
Late Dr. James R. Chilton fc Co.
Without swt oa Skdimkkt. Phalon's Vltalla, or
Salvation for the Ilalr, baa no bad smell, and does
not stale tbe akin. It has no ingredient that sub
aides m th form of filthy sediment. Consequently,
It la not shrouded in darkened bottles. The natural
aolor of the hair, however completely it mar bate
faded oat, is invariably reproduced by the Vltalla.
Bold by all riro-rgists. -
Nxvau Faim.vo Safbtt and Success. Maa.
Wikbi.ows Soothiku Svarr is a safe and certain
remedy for a1 1 diseases with which children are af
flicted during the process of teething. It has stood
the test of thirty years. Never known to fall. Olves
rest to the mother and relief to tbe child. Cures
wind colic and regulates the bowels.
Ma. William W. Casstdt, the jeweller at No.
Booth Seoond street, has one of the largest and mast
attractive stocks of all kinds of Jewelry and Silver
ware in the city. He has also on hand a fine assort
nentof one American Western Watches. Those
who purchase at this store at the present time ars
ertaln to get the worth of their money.
a
tai.eh'8 l!i-rAiAtT, No. rti Arch street, ele
gantly fitted up, ts now in full blast, serving all the
delicacies of the season from C A. M. to midnight
Parties returning from the theatres or opera house
served at the shortest notice from au unsurpassed
tail of fate. Ladles' Saloon on the second floor.
Suits or rooms are a favorite method or bote
Ufa. The Amkuu ak House, Boston, has a large
number of such, which mav be secured by post or
telegraph, by families travelling.
J3SEA Moss Fakike from pure IrltthMosa, for Blano
Mange, Puddings, Custards, Creams, etc etc The
cheapest, healthiest, and most delicious food ia the
world.
BKDDrKu, Ukl iu the city, lowest price, and gua
rsuteed, by Ai BunnoN A Co., No. Hits Cbciuut
street.
"Br ai .pikuV Oi l k,' useful and true.
1TIARR1 12D.
Fari.it Oorr.Oa tbe (1st lastant, by the Her.
W. Shaarsoh, of Altooaa, Robkt IL Farlbv ta
Miss Clara tiorp, both af this city.
Rihv.bt Fallxr On the lsth Instant, ? Rev.
Mr. Pchaell, Mr. (. F. Risi.ar, of this city, to Miss
Acrsi ia FALi.ua, af Milwaukee.
Wbavkr Risdow At Mount Holly, N. J., on the
9d of November, by the Uev. Charles M. Perkins,
John 11. Weaver and Kmma M., daughter or the
late Isaao N. Rladon.
in:n.
Johnston. On tbe 10th Instant, Gkouoe J. John
Eton, tn the 8sth year of his age.
Tbe relatives and friends of the family, also the
members of the Ringgold 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. 4i
Kent. On the 20th Instant, Richard Kent, aged
83 years.
Ills relatives and friends, Cadwalader Lodge, No.
863, 1. O. of O. F., and Chippewa Trlb No. M, Imp.
O. of R. M., are respectfully Invited to attend the
funeral, from his late residence, S. B. corner of
Seventeenth and Afton stroeta, aoove Federal street,
on Thursday morning, at 9 o'clock. Interment at
Mount Morlali Cemetery.
Kennedy. On the 211 Instant, Hugh Kennedy,
Jk., in the 41st year of Ins age.
The relatives and friends, also Phoenix Lodge, No.
130, A. Y. M., are respectfully Invited to attend the
funeral, from his late residence, No. S45 North
Second street, an Friday morning at IS o'clock. In
terment at Laurel Hill.
SPECIAL. NOTICES.
br OfMi'Monal tlptrial A'otice te Inn I' rug'.
gy- AMERICAN ACADKMT OF MUSIC.
w SIXTEENTH ANNIVERSARY
Of TUB
YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION
OF PHILADELPHIA.
TUESDAY EVEN1NU. NOVEMBER 29.
Addresses will hp delivered by
Hon. WILLIAM K. DODfJE,
Piesldent Y. M. ! A., New York.
H. T1IAINK MILLKR, Esq.,
Of Cincinnati Y. M. C. A.
Rev. THOMAS A. J AUG AH.
Of Holy Trinity P. K.dhuroii, Philadelphia.
And others.
Choice selections of muslo by Carl Sentz's C .rraa
nla Orchestra, commencing at 7 o'clock. Umigrega
tionoi Singing under direction of Colonel D. W. C.
M00RB.
Exercises to commence punctually at 7V o'clock
P.M.
TO DEFRAY' EXPENSES. Tickets with Reserved
Scuts in Parquet, Parquet Circlo, and ltalconv will
be sold at TWENTY-I IVK CENTS each, and are
for f ale at F. A. NORTH A CO.'S, No. 106 CUES
NUT Street.
Reseived Seats In Family Circle and admission
tickets to all parts of the house ca 1 he obtained
FREE by members and others on aud after Friday
ninrnlnir, at the Hall of the Association, No. 1210
CHESNUT Street. 11 i'l 4t
rSf UNION THANKSQIVINO SERVICE. THK
congregations of the NORTH BHOA D STREET
PRE8BY'! ERIAN CHURCH, the TAHERNACLK
.METHODIST . CHURCH, the LUTH ERIIAUM
CHURCH.and the MEMORIAL BAPTIST CHURCH,
will unite with the congregation of the OXFORD
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, iu the ediilce corner
of 15HOAD and OXFORD Streets, to-morrow at 11
o'clock.
Rev. P. S. HENSON, D. D., will preach the ser
mon agy NOTICE IS HEREHY GIVEN THAT AN
application will be mado at tne next meeting of
the 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 BANK, to be located at
Philadelphia, with a capital of one hundred thou
sand dollars, with tho right to increase the same to
one million dollars
gg POST-OFFICE, PHILADELPHIA, TA.
Pnu.APKi.rniA, Nov. !2, 1870
THURSDAY, the 24th lD8t. (Thanksgiving!, this
ofllce will close at 10-30 A. M. The early Mornlug
delivery and collection will bo made. An Afternoon
collection will be made at 4 o'clock.
It HBNRY H. BINGHAM, P. M.
Bc,.Y A THANKSGIVING- ANNOUNCEMENT
The new discovery of taking LBTTBR PRESS
COPIES from PRINTING executed at HELFKN
STfilN A LKWIS' Railroad and CominercU Print
ing House, FIFTH and OHKSNUT Streets. It
gy JOHN SPARUAWK,
MERCANTILE COLLECTION AND LAW
AGENCY for Pennsylvania, the Western and South
ern States, No. 4eo C1LESNLT Street, Commissioner
for Western States, j8 ws m
LIFE INSURANCE,
INSURE YOUR LIFE AT H0.1IK
IN THB
AMERICAN
LIFE INSURANCE CO.
OF PHILADELPHIA.
ALEX. WHILLDIN, President.
JOHN 8. WILSON, Secretary.
The AMERICAN Issues policies on all desirable
plans at Jute rat-n, and is unnrpanfi in the advan
tages offered to insurers by any Company In the
United States. ill 16 wsm20t
S. E. Corner Fourth and Walnut Sta.
READY-MADE
CLOTHING,
Combining Style, Durability, and Excellence of
Workmanship.
JONES'
One-I i i c o
ESTABLISHMENT,
Ko. C04 MARKET BTKEET.
GEO. W. NIEMANN.
Handsome Garments made to order at the short
est notice. 10 s tfrp
GRAND MILITARY REVIEW.
Thanksgiving Day Excursion
TO
FAIRMOUNT PARK.
For the aeeommodation af psrtles wishing to visit
Falraonnt Park te witness the GRAND MILITARY
KKT1BW total plaee at that point, the folioving
SICURSION TRAINS will be run by the
FenBiylv&nU Central Railroad.
Leave Depot, cor. Thirty- Kettrn'ng, leave ries
r.rkt and Market street, I toavlUe and Mantua :
West Philadelphia: 1130 A. M.
VI Ji 4SP. M.
M I 1 "
is 00 ao "
1100 41 1 "
it 00 Neon. 4-W
100 P. M.
C If)
s-00
a -00
4 OS
FARE TEN CKNT3.
Ezccrsloa Tickets, to go and return, FIFTEEN
CSNT8, for sale at tbe Depot.
A. i. CASsATT,
General Buper.ntenlent.
H. W. OWISNIH,
It Geseral Passenger aal Ticket Ageut,
NEW PUBLICATIONS.
J O W HEADY,
LirriNCOTT'S MAGAZINE
FOll DECEMBER.
WITH A FI.tE FULIi-PAOE ENGRAVING.
COHTSKTS.
I. A ROVtNO COMMISSION.
IL THB API-IAN WAT: A Poem. By T. Bu
chanan Heal.
III. LOWE: A Tale. By Harriet Prescott 8pof-
ford.
IV. FLORIDA; HOW TO OO AND WHERE TO
STAY.
V. T1IK RKAL CONDITION OF THE SOUTH.
By Edward A. Pollard.
L CHIT-CHAT FKOM ANDALUSIA. By Flo
rence Man-fat.
'VII. JRRNK: a Tale. Part III.
VIII. TO-DAY: A Poem.
IX. T1IK OEYSKRS OF CALIFORNIA.
X. CAOOKTHE HC'RIKKNDI, AND WHAT
CAMS OF IT: A Tale. Dv P. Thome.
XL EXPANSION OH CON TK ACTION t By Hon.
A Diana Walker.
XILSjR HARRY HOTSPUR OF nDMBLITH
W'AITB: A NoveL Part YIL By Authony
Trollopc.
XIII. A VltsloM OF THK HOUR: A Toem. By
Lucy Hamilton Hooper.
XIV. OUR MONTHLY OoSSIP.rarlfllans The
late L. M. Oottachalk A Letter from
On Id a etc..
XV. LITERATURE OF THK DAT. Csx'n Mytho
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1123 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.
. u 10 wfmct
WHISKY.
KUPFERBERC'S
Sparkling Moselles
AT
SI8 PER CASE.
Tkrse Wines ate very rich and fruity, and these
wbo are rend or the (lermao Sparkling Wines
should now avail themselves or this opportunity to
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It 11 ruiw'jra
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H W , W Olikafi UX buaat. Wn koaith,
JEWELRY AND SILVERWARE.
NOW OPENING,
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Vienna Fancy Goods,
Zn Great Variety,
At Tow Prices.
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1182tUWS3t PHILADELPHIA.
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KEY-WINDEKS,
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MINUTE REPEATERS,
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81 rows PHILADELPHIA.
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MW BEHILIHEM BUCKWHEAT,
In small packages.
DOUDIB CROWN LAYER RAISINS, In half anl
quarter boxes.
FINE ALMEBIA GRAP3, In clusters.
NEW CURRANTS AND CITRON.
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I'REStt PEACHES. FRB55H TOMATOES
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relsand kltts.
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11 10 thttnt PHILADELPHIA.
" THORHE FARM" CIDER.
JCST RECEIVED, A LOT OF THIS
CELECftATED
PURE APPLE CIDER.
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No. 1204 CHESNUT Street,
Iljl0jthstn2rorp JPHU ADELPIIIA.
Mne Almeria Grapes,
Hew .Paper Shell Almonds,
Hew Grenoble Walnuts
AT
JAMES R. VEBQ'S,
8. E. Corner WALNUT and EIGHTH,
8 81 stuthSmrp
PHILADELPHIA.
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In one-eighth kefrs own importation.
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1 17 thsta Delow CheBnut, West SWe.
FURNACES, ETC.
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m a n u r a c t ij it u it h of
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AND
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llrackets, Btc.
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jo, s. 81IH lti:,
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Ecnd for Catalogue.
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10' Imrp
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United States and Foreign
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AND MARBLE BUILDI SG3,
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Cotnmnnlcatlons should be addressed to the Prln
Clpcl Oltlccs, Philadelphia. lOatiunsiiiu
UPHOLS TERY GOODS, ETO.
1870.
Airru ni."v.
1870.
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Elch Biocho Figured Cotelinei
FOR TARLORS AND RECEPTION ROOMS.
HEAVY TAMBOURED LACES
TO CORRESPOND.
Wty arc their p'iC4s over twenty per cent, lewcr
than elsewhere for the same Goods?
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heavy discounts. 1 hese they transfer to purchasers.
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branches of the DKC'OKATINU and UKHOLSTJIST
business, they save by personal attention aad super
vision at least fifteen por cent. In their exptnaes, of
which their customers shall also have the fail enest.
This makes a total of tweuty oue per ceut. savea
by every cnstonier placing orders In their charge,
besides having their work executed la the Boost
wanner and with the utmost despatch.
1113
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lo It wfmiimip
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No. 41 6 MARKET STREET.
SPECIALTY ! SELLING OKF!
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Sueet, with my entire stock i
l'ullau! WIsilr Mi Uiii er.r C.ootU
111 be Itetailed
AT TnB LOWEST WHOLESALE t ASH PRICKS,
To irakeioom for Pprlpp Ktnck. Mv old customer,
aiid tbe ladles vencia'l.t, are lnvltea to examine the
bi-t stoik in tbe city. (ll la teuty
TIIONAH MDUUA,
y ILL I AM W. A LTEYf,
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DEPOT, No. ftSI North NINTH Saeet, I.B10.V
J Hunt avenue.
(Jtne, coiucr SIXTH aud SPRING) UAUDE
Streeta. lViinw8
CLOVES, ETC.
BARTHOLOMEW 8,
Ko. 23 rr. maXXTXX Street,
WUt open this dsy an Immense stock of Wiainr
Goods bought very cheap during the recent waras
weather.
lo down Lsdles' Berlin lined Gloves, ?B.
Ito niaek Berlin Mnet U loves, !5o.
hO dor.en Ladles' t'lutu OIotos, hii.
s " gm.
ladles' Lisle thread lleeced, f.c.
Ladlea' Silk fleeced, Esc.
ladles' SIIS Oarnilt t fleeced, BOc.
Ladies' high color CHoth Uloves, Bine, Green, aal
Scarlet.
Ladles White, Wine, Blue, and BufT da
Uloves.
Children's White, Blne,;and Si arlot Cloth (1 lores
Children's sdatleeoed.
(Children's fine Pren( h Gloves.
Indies' Cast or Uauntlcts.
(tents' " "
dents' Bnck "
dents' Caator Oloves, lS5 up.
Boys' Buck Uloves.
DEMONSTRATION IN HOSIERT.
Lsdlrs' fnll rrpuUr mado Hoe, JNo.
N dozen Eimnsh regular made Hose reduced Ira a
19 to Sic : best bargsin yet otrercd.
Indies' Fleeced Uoslufy, from vac. np.
Ladles' Balbrlggan, fioc.
Half doren 1 arties' Balbrlrgan, 11-T5; aeat x.
Oents' EngllHh super stout Hair Hise, Mo.
Gents' Englbh super tipped Half Hosa, Ms.
Gents' fine English Half Hutte.
Children's Fancy Hosiery, all prices.
Children's Blue Ribbed, extra long.
Children's Scarlet, rcguUr and extra lengths.
Children's White, regular and extra leogtas.
Children's extra long In vsrlons colors.
VNDKKWEAR.
IjkIIcs' Undervests, 76c. np.
Ladles' full regular made, l !.l a p.
ladles' L'ndervesta at lowest prices.
Children's Vests, all sizes,
dents' Shirts, 60c. np.
Ucntk'hbirts, all sizes, 34 to 44 laohes.
Corset?, sjc, f i, i-.v, $ns.
VELVET RIBBONS.
Olive Branch Velvet Ribbons, all widths, at the
lowest prices quoted.
EmbroidonoK, Hamburg Edging and Inserting.
Linen Hdkfs., 7c np.
ladles' Hemstitch Hdkfs , 12s,e. P.
Gents' Linen Hdkfs., in, so, V5, 31, 33o. up.
Linen Collars and Curls.
New styles Linen Collars snd Chit.
Laoe-trlmmed Collars and Cntf's.
Lace Collars, 15, is, so, &rc. np.
Lace Collars, all the new fancy styles,
hash Ribbons. . .
Bow Ribbons.
7-Inch all silk Saxh Ribbons. 11.
kid gloves: kid uloves:
Joseph Uloves, SI.
laBulleKldtHoves, S 1 '2f.
B st 1 125 (.love In America.
V Button Kid Uloves.
Children's Kid Uloves.
Gents
White Opera and Colors, for Ladles, MNses, an l
Gentlemen.
Bartley'' KliI Uloves.
"Bajou" "
Jouvln " "
Children's ' SI.
Children's 2 button SI "4".
i-adies' 8 but ton, Sl, I ''. Sl, I-', (I'M.
AT THC
URFAT KID (il.OVE EMPORIUM
OK
A. fc. J. B. BAKTIIOT.OMKW,
NoSjl NEKIHTH Stroet. It llswU
CARPETINCS, ETO.
TIM INIvWCjJ lAIIVO
DINNURS
fageeht the pifpriety of protecting the UAQPSTS
by the uio of
DRUGGET 5.
A handsome asaoriiooiit of
kkw iatti:k.,
R. L. KNIGHT & SON,
1222
CHE8P4UT STREET.
11 2ii St
PHILADELPHIA.
COMMISSION.
CIRARD
MERCANTILE COMPANY.
OF PHILADELPHIA.
Chartered by Special Act cr Legislature, March IS,
1S70.
Organized for the Purpose of transacting a
WOOL AND COTTON
COMMISSION BUSINESS,
No. 84 S. FRONT Et. and 33 LETITIA St., PhiUJa.
J. H. LIVTNUSTON, Presideuk
JFFICEKSOF THE U1RARD MERCANTILE CO
Prtsldtnt, J. H. LIVINGS Po.v. lata rcsldeut Parmer
of 'f auaslf, Livingston it Co.
D1KKCTORS.
JAMFS V. rifESTON, of Preston A. Irwin, Wool'es
sad Cotton Uikxis lanuaeturei-!i, Manaynnk,
JOSKH1 D. McEEE, l enn a uiilicg Mn)8, city.
JOHN MAXtOX, Jr., Woollen and Cotton Goods
Manufacturer, Kanyunk.
W. W. KX'HTZ, of aUksrs. Kurtz & Howard, Bank
ers, clt.
TJOd. fcROWN, of Messrs. McFetrk h H. Browa,
JOHN.G. HOW A RD, 1 reas. J. A. B AYBOLD, See.
COS6IGMIENT8 SOLICITED. CHARGES R8A
SON ABLE. LIBERAL ADVANCES If ADE.
Consignors promptly advised of any changes
be Markets by mail or telegraph, when
quested. la tfl suiwrp
BOOTS AND SHOES.
lPJSllu STYLES !
FINE COOTS AND 8HOC&
FOK GENTLEMEN,
t&tc on Improved Lasts, Insuring Comfort
Beauty aud Durability.
BARTLKTT,
No. 33 SOUTH SIXTH STREET,
1 IS thstuDSl
ABOVE CUESNlir,,
SPECTACLES.
Microscopes, Telescopes, Thermometers, Mathe
matical, Surveying. Philosophical aud Drawing la.
stromeuta, at reduced prices.
JAMES W. QUEEH & CO., ; . .!
T SO niwfilP PHILADELPHIA'

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