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THE DAILY . 'EVENING TELEQUAPH PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, DBCEMBHli G, 1870.
HUiltlL AltO DRlWiTIC. "AnroiM the Caotlaeau" at the Arnh. Pcppr and uplce, and a Rood mnj Ulng not at all nice, ara the coontUrcenl aloraeut of the piece en tilled 'Acrou the Continent, which m produced last erenlnr at the Arch 8treet Theatre, with the "youngAmericiu actor" Oliver Dowd Byron in hU specialty of '".loo Ferris," otherwise "the Ferret." It is impossible after but a single hearing to giro an adequate ac count of this remarkable performance. The aathor has expended his Ingenuity in cramming the greatest possible number of horrors into the smllest possible space, and it Is a aufflclcnt characterisation of the piece to say that Ills like all the other sensational dramas that have been produced daring thepast decade, only that it is a little more so. In fact, it is an old play that had considerable popularity at the Bowery Theatre some years ago, with as uracil addi tional spice thrown in as it can well crry. The audioace Is treated to a case of delirium tremens in the first act, and this is followed by an amount of blsek-hearted villainy and fiendish machination ascalnet virtue and Innocence foar fal to contemplate, and an appropriate finale is furnished by a battle with the Pieman Indians, just at the critical point of which aid arrives per Taclflc RUlrond, the train making the good but not extraordiuary time of twelve miles in eleven minutes. Mr. Oliver Powd Byron is not an actor of very exalted genius, but he fully understands the kind of work he has cut out for himself, and his "Joe Ferris" is lively and dashing, and in the style that the galleries de light in. There are a good many persons who have a tasto for such pieces as Acroa Hie Conti nent, and who are not able to appreciate any thing bettor; aud there Is no good reason why they suouM not be gratified. It is a serious question, however, for the dramatists of the future to consider whether they will bo equal to the demands upon them. Only a certain amount of gore can ponibly be shed during lour or five acta, and when the limit is reached, what are the play-manufacturers to do for the satisfaction of the insatiable appetites of their patrous ? There will come a time when the public will weary of the sensations of Across (he Continent, and we take a certain amount of fiendish delight in ask ing the "young American actor," Oiiver Dowd Byron, what he will do then for a fresh sen sation ? Friwln lloatb aa In bis series of critical reminiscences of the elder Booth, in the volume entitled "The Trage dian," Mr. Thomas It. Gould says with regard to his "Iatfo" that it varied less than any of his other personations, and the difference of one performance from another was in intensity rathor than any other quality. This is true also with regard to the "Iago" of Mr. Edwin Booth, lie played the part last night with perhaps less intensity than he sometimes does, but essen tially the performance was the same as it was ten years ago, and Mr. Booth's "Iago" is now, as it was then, his most perfect per sonation. Mr. Booth has improved In this, as in his other roles, but if the improvement has not been great, it is because there has not been room for it. Mr. Booth fits into this part as be does into no other la his re pertoire, and while his peculiar mannerisms are more prominent than they are in any except his comedy performances, he nevertheless iden tifies himself with "Iago" in such.a manner as to produce a highly finished and most impres sive work of art. Mr. Booth's "Iago" is a splendid animal, soulless, malignant, but inspired by au intelligence that amounts almost to genius; and an opcn-souled nature, like that ot "Othello," has as little hope of escape from the snares set to entangle him as he has of comprehending the motives that in spired them. The Vltv Aiaiinemenii. At tub Alton tue sensation drama of Across the Continent will be repeated this cveulng. At thb Walnut Mr. Edwin Booth will per sonate "Shylock" in The Merchant of Venice this evening. Thk (Juksni't will open on Monday next for the regular 6esou under the management of Mr. E. L. Davenport. At tub New American Museum, Ninth and Arch streets, the burlesque of Pooahonta and the comedy of The Green-Eyed Monster will be performed this evening. i At thb American a variety performinee will be given this evening. At tub Arch Strebt Oiera House an attractive programme of mlustrelsy is an nounced for this evening. At Duphez & Benedict's Opera House a number of Euiopian couiicaltles will be pre sented this evening. CITY lTIin. NO UUMBOO No Humbug. No Old Stock. No Old Stock. No Two Prices Asked. No Two Prices Asked. Fair Dealing.; Fair Dealing. At Rookbill k Wilson's. At Rookbill Wilson'.. Thousands Embrace It. TUoQsandg Embrace It. At Nos. 603 and COS Chbhnut street. At Nos. 803 and COS Chrsnct Btreet. reduction in i'kicks, octobib, 18t0. Mason . Hamlin Organ Company's CTi.kbkatkd Instruments are the standard of excellence throughout the world. The first at the Paris Exposition. For sale 1a Philadelphia only at Uould A Fischer's Ei.eoant Warbkooms. No. 93 Cbesnct Stbkkt. See their new and beautiful Resonant Cases, with Eupnone Solo stop. Prices, from t50 to tm Stock of 100 always on hand. tteorge Nteck & l o.'a Grand Square and I'prtght Pianos. Also, Haines Brothers' Pianos. GOCLD & Fltk'HEK. J. E. Gould. William G. Ficcan. Without Sih-t or Sediment. Phalon's Yltalta, or Salvation for the Hair, nos na bad smell, and does not stain the skin. It has no Ingredient that sub sides In the form of flithy sediment. Consequently, It la not shrouded in darkened bottles. The natural color of the hair, however completely it mar nave faded ont, ia invariably reproduced by the Vltalla. Sold by all druggista. Its Value is Incalculable. Tor all diseases with which children are atnleted during the process of teething, Mrs. Wlnslow'a Soothing Syrup la a safe and certain remedy. It has stood tbs test of thirty years, aud never known to fail. Cures wind colic, regulates the bowels, softens the gums, and allays all paiu. Mr. William w. Cassedt, the Jeweller at No. 8 Boath Second street, has one of the largest and most Attractive stocks of all kinds of Jewelry and Silver- war in the city. Be has also on hand a floe assort Baentof fine American Western Watches. Those who purchase at this store at the present time ara certain to get the worth of their money. Bedding, heat in the oity, lowest prise, and gua ranteed, by Ai bekisom A Co., No. 1135 CUesuut street. aler-s Restaurant, fffc M9 ai0H wrebt, elo. gsntly fitted up, is now In fdfl Mast, serves alt the delicacies of the season from A, M. to midnight. Parlies returning from the theatres or ppf house served at the shortest notice from an nostfrpassed bill of fare. Ladles' Saloon on the second flo?& TnE Citt or Boston has selected llAllet. Davis & Co.'s Pianos for its Normal and Grammar Schools. Warerooros, No. t7 Chesuut street. Prices mode rate for cash aud Instalments, or rent. W. Hedfleld Phelps k Co., o Rents. JTlAltKIUI. BiKTiNo Moons. On the 8d instant, by Rev. W. II. Fames, D. P., Wii.i.tam S. Boktino, of Darby, and Annik, (laughter of Marmaduke Moore,' " Taylor Fiki.bt. On Wednesday evening, No vember ao, at the residence of the bride's grand mother, Mrs. Mary Alter, No. 834 North Sixth street, by the Ucv. Joseph A. Selss, Mr. William t. Tati.oh, rf Ilsddonflcld, N. J., to Miss Makv M.. Fimut, of this city. No cards. " OARRrsoN. On the 3d lnstaut, Crvig D. garri son, aged flfl years. The relatives and friends of the family are re spectfully invited to attend his funeral, from hts late residence, No. 110 Morris street, on Wednesday nr Wnoon, at 3 o'clock. To proceed to Wharton Street Church Vault. i Vauhokn. On the 4th lust.snt. C. Ella Vaniioiin. daughter or Thomas D. and Mary Vanhoru, aged 6 jesrs. The relatives end friends of the family are respect fully Invited to attend the funerul, from the real, dene.e of her grandfather, John Martin Weldon, Abington townsnip, Montgomery count,?, Pa., on Thursday morning, Pth instant, at 1 o'clock. To proceed to Friends' Meeting, Abington, SPECIAL. NOTICES. Fur atUUUmal Upecial Ko:im tre Irttid AUADttM X OF MUSIC. THE STAR COURSE OF LECTURES. DEM JOHN G. SAXE. Esq., THIS (TI KSDAY) KVKNINU. Dec. C. Subject "Love" (a humorous lecture In verse). The New York Timr says of this lecture: "Sir. Saxe kept the audience in an uproar from the commencement to the close of his poem. Laugh ter and a p phi use strove long for the mastery, but at the close of the last stanzas the latter carried the day.'- MISSKATK FFKLD, Dec. 3. MISS SUSAN 11. ANTlIONi", Dec. li. Admission to each Lecture 60 cents Reserved seals 25 cents extra RESERVED SEATS to ANY of the single lectnres for sale at GOULD & FLSCH EK'S Piano Rooms. No. 923 Chesuut street, and at the Academy on the even ings oi me lectures. Doors open at 74 . Lecture at 8. 12 3 3t Cy UNITED STATES PENSION OFFICE, NO. TIT D4VUAXT GMt PBILADKLI-ntA, Dc 8, 1970. By a decision of the Commissioner of Pensions. no witnesses will be required at this office for the quarterly payments beginning December 4 and June 4 of each year. In March aud September witnesses will be required as heretofore, In all cases except oepenoem miners. Tho following order will be observed In paying: Monday, Dec. 5, A, It, V. Tuesday, Dec. 6, D, E, F. Wednesday, Dec, 7, U, H, I. Thursday, Dec. 8, K, L, M. Friday. Dec, 9, M, N. Saturday, Dec. 1i, O, P, (f, R. Monilsy, Dec. 12, S, T. Tuesday, Dec. 13. U, V, W, X, Y, 7.. No Pension win be paid out of the regular turn. This rule is positive. A. li. UALUULD, ISSSt V. S. Pension Agent. 3T DEPARTMENT OF IIIUHWAYS. OFFICE NO. 104 SOUTH FIFTH STREET. Philadelphia, Dec. 1, 1370. NOTICE. All persons having claims against the Department of Highways, for labor done or material furnished during the year 1870, are requested to present them for payment on or before the 15th day of December, In order that they may receive the proper attention of the Committee on Highways. MAHLON H. DICKINSON, Chief Commissioner of Highways. 12 2 lit jy SPENSER'S FAERYO.UBKXE "And after him came next the chill December, Yet he, through merry feasting which he ruad, And great bontlres, did not the cold remember." December is once more upon us, aud the necessity of having our homes warm and comfortable is ap parent. To etiect this we muBt have good coal, such as J. C. HANCOCK, Esq., at the northwest corner of NINTH and MASTER Streets, dispenses to his patrons. HANCOCK lias all the most desira ble varieties of Lehigh and Schuylkill, and he sells at exceedingly low rates. If you desire bright, blazing tires, get your supplies of HANCOCK, NINTH and MASTBR Streets. 9 9 3m "REMINISCENCES OF THE EAST" WILL BE REV. DR. MARCH'S LECTURE IN WEST ARCH CHURCH, EIGHTEENTH and ARCH Streets, On TUESDAY, Dec. 6, at 8 P. M. It will be deeply interesting. Rev. Dr. March has recently returned from the Holy Land. Tickets. SO cents. To be had at Gould & Fischer's, No. and Doner's, No. 1102 Chesout street: Smith A Son's. No. 1510. and Dr. Dowers', No. 1S00 Market treet ; Dr. C. R. Keeney s, No. 1601 Arch St. 12 3 8t gy UNION LEAGUE HOUSE, BROAD STREET. PuiLADKi.rniA, Dec. 5, 1870. The annual meeting of the Union League of Philadelphia will be held at the League House on MONDAY EVENING, December 12, at 7 o'clock, at which meeting there will be an election for otll cers and directors for the ensuing year. GEORGE H. BOKER, 12 S Ctrp Secretary. NOTICE. UNIOM LEAGUE HOUSE, Philadelphia, December 6, 1S70. The first ART RECEPTION OF THE UNION LB AG UK will beheld at their House, on TUCKS DAY, FRIDAY, and SATURDAY EYENINGS, De cember 8, 9, and 10, at S o'clock. Members can obtain tickets lor their families and friends at the Secretary's offlce. GEORGE II. BOKER, 12 set Secretary FRENCH BAZAAR "w FOR THB BENEFIT OF THE VICTIMS OF THE WAR IN FRANCE. To be held at CONCERT nALL, from Derember the 14th to December the 24th, CHRISTMAS EVE. An appeal Is respectfully made to Philadelphia. the State of Pennsylvania, aud all other States, to contribute in gifts or money towards our Bazaar In behalf of the Sufferers In France. The ladies In charge of tables will gratefully receive any dona tions made in favor of the country of Lafayette and Kocbambeau. adele riuui, president. 12 8 tf C. JACOB, Secretary. 13- SECOND ANNUAL MEETING OF TUE TKMPBRANCK BLJW81NU will be neld at CONCERT HALL on TUESDAY EVENING, De cember 6. at a before 8 o'clock. Hon. JOSEPH ALLISON will preside. The meeting will be ad- dreoeed by Rev. Drs. J. L. WITHEROW, P. S. U EN SON. and 8. W. THOMAS, and other distin suisbed soeakers. Singles by the Little Wanderers. AU friends of Temperance are cordially invited to attend. CHARLES IlElilTAGK, 12 8 3t Chairman of Temperance Blessing, OFFICE VOLCANIC OIL AND COAL Philadelphia, Dec. 9, 1370, The Board of Directors have this day declared a dividend of TWENTY-F1VECENTS per share, due and payable on and aitr bi insi. THOMAS J. MAQILL, 18 8 Ct Secretary and Treasurer, STEREOPT1CON ENTERTAINMENTS given to Churches, Sunday-schools, and Societies, Engagements may now be made by Inquiring of W. MITCHELL M'ALLISTER, Second 6try No, 728 CHESNUT Street. Phllada. m-xsrm MADAME D'HEHVILLY KINDLY SOLICITS w donations, however small, for her table, "La France," over which sbe will preside at the National Bazaar in aid 01 tue auuerera oy tue war hi r mute, CHLUAKAY INSTITUTE, It No, l&M and Hit SPRUCE fttreet. 6PEOIAL NOTIC7S9. jy HEADQUARTERS UNION' HEPMM.ICAN CITY EXECUTIVE COMMITTfcB,- NO. 1105 C'HEtlNCTflrnKT, PHILAOHM'ttt a!, t November 21, HlO.fcf At a meeting of the Committee, held this day, the following resolutions were adopted: That the Registering Ofllcers of the First Senato rial District, consisting of the Republican Judges and Inspectors who served at the general election in October last, and three members of the Division Executive Committee, shall meet at the regular places of holding the elections In asld district, or such place as the Registering Odloors may select, on SATURDAY, December 8, between the hours of 4 and 6 o'clock P. M., for the purpose of correcting the Registry of Republican voters. That the Union Republican citizens of the First Senatorial District shall meet in their respective Election Divisions on TUESDAY, Decembers, bs tween the hours of 4 and 8 o'clock P. M., at the usual place of holding delegate elections, ami elect one Delegate from each Division to a Senatorial Convention, to select a candidate for Senator from i said district, to Dil the vacancy caused by the death of the Hon. W. W. Watt. That satd Convention shall meet, In accordance with Rule S, for the government of the Republican party, at JEFFKHSON HALL, SIXTH and CHRIS. TIAN Streets, on WEDNESDAY, December T, at 10 o'clock A. M. That the Republican Judges and Inspectors who served at the general election in October lost shall conduct said primary election, and where vacancies occur such vacancies shall be Oiled by the remaining election ofllcers, in conjunction with the members of the Division ExecutlveiCninraittee. JOHN L. HILL, President. ZMvan' Secretaries. M. C. Honh, 1 1128tf OFFICE OF THE PENNSYLVANIA KAILKUAD IVJirAni, Pnn.ADEi.rniA, November 1, 1870. NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS. The Board of Directors have this day declared a semi-annual dividend of FIVE PERCENT, on the Capital Stock of the Company, clear of National and State taxes, payable in cash, on or after November 80, 1870. Blank powers of attorney for collecting dividends can bo had at the office of the company. The otnee will be opened at 8 A. M. and closed at 8 P. M., from November so to December 3, for the payment of dividends, and after that date from 9 A. M. to 3 P. M. THOMAS T. FIRTH, It 1 2m Treasurer. PHILADELPHIA AND READING RAIL nuAi) uuJii AN x , uiuce no. s. ruuid ii Street. PniLSDBI.PHIA, NOV. 30, 1370. DIVIDEND NOTICE. The Transfer Books of this Company will be closed on Wednesday, the 14th. of December next, and re opened on Tuesday, the loth of January, 1S71. A dividend oi FIVE PER CENT, has been de clared on the Preferred and Common stock, clear of State tax, payable in cash on the 27th of Decem ber next to the holders thereof, aa they shall stand registered on the books of the Company at the close ot business on the 14th of December. All payable at this ofilce. AU orders for dividends must be witnessed and stamped. S. BRADFORD, 12 1 Cw Treasurer. rjjS" i UK miniMi UAiiijNisr bhuulu ouh- at HELFENSTEIN LEWIS', Railroad and Com mercial Printers, FIFTH and CHliSNUT Stroets. It rtKy DR. BURPEE HAS REMOVED TO NO. 13 JU I Uetl Htrnot. 11 1fl fruUt WINES. WE HAVE ONLY TWENTY CASES OP THE KUPFERBERG'S Sparkling Moselles Left, which we will sell AT SI8 PER CASE. WE OFFER THEM AT THIS P1UCE TO CLOSE THEM OUT, H. & A. C. VAN BEIL. The Wine BZerchantfe, No. I3IO CHESNUT St., 11 11 fmw2m PHILADELPHIA. 1004 AU0U 8TREET- 1004 GKIFFITH & PAGE. HOLIDAY 'LIS T. Carved Hraiket, lloolc She Ires-, lUacklBg Cases, Mpice lloxef Children's Trays. Table Mats, l'lr Screens, Cake Iloxes, mo kin sr Ctcts, Match (fates, Wall Pockets, Plated linlres. Crumb Trays, 13 1 tntbsllt i Crumb If rushes, Patent Plated Pudding; Dishes WATCHES. JEWELRY, ETO. HENRY HARPER IS STILL AT THK OLD-ESTABLISHED STAND, No. ffSO A1SC1I Mtteet, And 1 selling at LOW PRICKS, previous to mating alterations, nis stock of Fine Watches, Jewelry, and 12 1 tnstulm HILVE11WA It li. THE PEOPLE ENDORSE 0UK PItESENT THE Our efforts to Realize oa oar Magnificent tock, in order to clear tha way for stock-taking, aro ao aAvantagocrafl I tlru poopto that Tliey Throng Our House Daily to Secure the Bargains, OUJt WEST CLOTHING AT OUR LOWEST PRICES t We unhesitatingly assort that this ia the mm: AS WE PJ1UST OELL OUR OVERSTOCK, AND MAKE WAY FOR SPUING PURCHASES AND MANUFACTURES We 8tand at no sacrifice if only we can induce the people to BUY LAUGELY, so as to clean, us out. ANYBODY CAN NOW AFFORD A NEW OVERCOAT, A SUNDAY SUIT, A WORK SUIT,, Or Anything Else in our Line, wo ara Selling; so Cheap. Look through our Stccli and Make Your Selections at Once, OAK HALL. OAK HALL, CA8 FIXTURES. CORNELIUS & SONS, Ml AW UFACT UK ERti o GAS FIXTURES Wholesale and Retail Salenrooms, No. 821 CHERRY Street PHILADELPHIA. IV e hate no store or salesroom on Cliesmut street. 11 15 ImSp CORNELIUS & SONS BAKER, ARNOLD & CO., MAN UFA CTURERS CAS FIXTURES, Chandeliers, Pendants. llrackets, Etc. OF NEW DESIGNS, SALESROOMS, No. 7IO CHESNUT Street. MANUFACTORY, S. W. Corner TWELFTH and BROWS 11 1 Smrp PHILA.DBLPIIIA. JTACOn IIARLGY. p No. 130 CUKSJJL'T Street, Phila. 'Watches, jewelry, Kilter and fuwa- ware, a good assortment at MODERATE PRICES. Watches and Jewelry carefully repaired. 19 t&aiirfmrp liliHi SALE A SUCCESS. beet chance we hare ever offered for AX OAK HALL. in MARKET AMD SIXTH STREETS. OAK HALL. real! estate at auction. - TfRAt. KS rATIi. TIIOM AS A. SONS' MAI.K. Hi V err elegant. fuur-Btory marble Hesti-uro, Imi. 3244 (J liehmit, Btreet, bi-twuen Tlilr'.y-siicoiia and ' Thirty-third streets, Twenty-foortli wrd. Ou Tuesday, December 20, 1S.U, at VI m'cIjck, noon, will be sold at public sale, at the t'lii'a lR'itlint ExchaDge. all Uiat elegant tiire-P tor? (M iurd roof) iiiurbie-front messuage, with fuur-Btory bai.'lc building uuri lot of gruuijil, situate 1.11 the soutli . side ef ( lit'suut t-tret, clevt-niU liuuiie eittst of ; Ttilrty-third Bttett, No. 3244 ; contalnlUK iu front ou ' ClivBiiul street IS tect, uiid extoiulitig 111 depiii l'.'U feet 8 nielien to lieeeli Street. Tqij Iiduho tins lieeu built with (treat care, and Ha back li met from the line of the Ntreet, wltlt oruaineittal raill;ii;4 and ?:tr den plot iu fpnt; uuderi'MUUd drainage : has lai'xe hall, vestibule linlaiied with Italiao tmrliM, parlor, dining-room, butler's room ut 2 kiu-riena ou tho Orst floor: S ehaiiibers and mttlnu-room (with bay wiudow) on iriu second iloor; f chambnra on tttu third floor, and 'i chambers on thelomth iloor: in side waJuiit. shutierx, marble in mtels, suttiouary wBbliHtand'i ao J v.HMlitjim; jfii.s, t-itn. hot and r.ld water, lurbace, erwk liijr raiu.e. j!rm ln-lis. spi-uk-ItiK tubes, ele. Ti nua- 10 tin mar r-in.i;ii mi mortgage, liuiiicdi ito oovmsshjO. Kcjb at. the auction rooni. M. THOMAS A SONS, Auctioneers. 13 G tilths 31 os. KlJanJ Ml S. I'.U'K i'U St. frs'KKAL'KSTATE. THOMAS -V SONS' SAl.B.H fcijl Valua-ile Hualuens laii'l. Tnree-suory H-ick Livery HtaMe.No. vtG S. Kicveiith sr.reft, bfiowsVal nat street, 6!J feet frouU On Tuesday, December 20,1870, at IV o'clock, noxii, will be sold at public sale, a the fhlladelph'a Eschanire, all that valua ble thiee-storv brick stalile suit lot of ground, situ ate on the west (tide of Eleventh street, south of W'aluut street. No. 400; the lot eoulalnimf In front on Klevenib street M feet C Inches, aud extending. In depth along Xenobla street 6i feet. The stable lib a pieas-brick troat, good batiemeni, the conve niences, etc. : has atuvoiuuioJatiin-t for about, ion hnrstt snd M'9 carriage, immediate poasesslon. Terms llO.i'M) mev reiiain nn niorlaie. M. THOMAS Jr SONS. Ami 'oneer. 12 610 17 Nos. 13 and 141 8. FOURTH Street. 1819 i:staiii.isiii.s i19 Ier York Iyeinff and Prlutinsr Ustablliiliiuent, BTaTEN island. No. 40 North EIGHTH Street, West Side, Philadelphia. 98 DUANE St and tB8 BHOAUWAY, New York. 16 and 163 PIERBEPONT KL, Brook lyu. This 'old and well-known campany, now In the $eaid kttlcetUury of Its existence, la prepared, as osual, to Dye, Cleans and finUh every variety of ladles', gentlemen's, and children's garments, and Piece Goods In their nsual superior manner. Noti These are our only ortloea. 9 tu Jis3m aBelle BEST 1 85 KID OLOVS IS AMERICA, Every pair guaranteed, U they rip or tear, anothar pair eivtu In exchange. A. & J. B. BARTHOTX)MBW, No. S3 North KHiUTli Street. Sole Agency .aoiesaie and UoiaU. 9 i tatan'-f r Glove Kid GKEA.T MOVEMENT. OAK HALL, OAK HALL. SEWING MACHINES. THE AMERICAN Combination Button-Hole AND SEWING MACHINE Is now admitted to be far superior to all others as a Family Machine, The SIMPLICITY, BASE, an CERTAINTY with which It operates, aa well aa th on norm excellence of Its work, throughout tha oa tire range of sewing, lu STITCHING, HEMMING, FELLING, TUCKING, CORDING, BRAIDING, QUILTING, GATHERING, AND SEWING ON, OVER8EAMING, EMBROIDERING ON THE EDGE, AND ITS BEAU TIFUL BUTTON HOLE AFD EYE LET HOLE WORK, Place It unquestionably far In advance of any other similar Invention. This la tio only new family machine that embodies any Substantial Improvement upoa th many oU machines In the market. It Certainly has no Equal. It Is also admirably adapted 13 manufacturing pur poses on all kinds of fabrics. Call and see It operate, and get samples of tu work. I wensveaiso ior aaieoux "i-uun aaictiUAJi, ; a beautiful family machine, at a Reduced Price, i This machine does all that is done on the Combina- lion except the Overseaming and Button-hole work. Olllfe and ffalesrooms. No. 1318 CHESNUT Street, 10 29 PHILADELPHIA. WANTS. 1 EMPLOYMENT WANTED IN ANY It Ii U spectable capacity by a practical business maa. I an produce the most reliable New York aud IVuu sylvauia rcferemrs. Wags Address; 12 s 2w JOUN aSNUY, tUut Odtco.