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THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, APRIL 8, 18.1.
SAD ACCIDENT. Another Victim to the Careless HanAlIng of Klrrarmi, The Louisville Courier-Journal of the 6th Inst, says: A most distressing accldf-nt, by which a young man lost his life at the hands or his friend and com panJon, occurred about 8 o'clock vesterday. Andrew Kchalck has kept for several weeks a full-grown bear -chained in his back yard, Intending at a suitable time tobntcherlr, It being known to several in the Jieighborhoood that yesterday afternoon was selected for that purpose, Henry Kesch, Fred. lleser, and two or three others want to Bohalck's to participate in the frolic iieser and Kesch were to have the Brat chance at the brute, the former providing him self with what la known as a target-rifle, with hair trigger and globe Bight, and the latter a double-barrelled shot-gun. It was agreed that lleser waa to shoot first, and in the event of his simply wounding the bear, Reach was to use his shot-gun. In manoeuvring for a position, and getting Jnto a favorable light, the rifle was accidentally dis charged, the ball a conical one entering the right leg of Mr. Reach, and lodging In the left groin. It seems lleser was holding the rifle at arm's length In front of his body, and "had sent some one to make the bear change his position, the better to Insure a dead-shot. Mr, Kesch, Mr. lleser, and the bear were occupying the three corners of a triangle with reference to each other, and onlv a few feet apart when the gun w as discharged. Though all was done that could be by his friends and physicians, the wounded man died In Just two hours after being shot, never re covering from the shock and loss of blood during the Interval. Ills father and brother were at his bedside when he died, and their grief was uncon trollable, lleser was at once arrested and lodged In the Btatlou-house, but the Jury of inquest, which assembled about dark, returned a verdict of death by accidental causes. A M1XEI) DISTILLERY CASE. Verdict of $-'O,O0O AjrntuBt a United States Marshal. A case of considerable Interest, as concerns distil lers and as aitactlng the authority of l'nltd States Marshals, as well as Involving the jurisdictions of Circuit1 and Feder.il Courts, was recently developed in Haywood county, Tenn. It appears that some months since Colonel Eaton, United States Marshal for West Tennessee, received a warrant for the arrest of Mr. E. S. Reed, of Haywood county, upon the charge of being an Illicit distiller, and finally succeeded, after mnch trouble and annoy ance, in capturing him. When arrested he promptly gave bond for appearance for trial, and, being released, returned to his home. Thinking that the arrest was an In formal one, Mr. Reed brought suit In the Havwood Circuit Court for damages against Colonel Baton, as United btates Marshal, laying his loss to health, wealth, and feeling at the modest sum of t50,00. Upon being notilled of the suit, Colonel Eaton pro cured a writ of certiorari, bringing the case Into the "United States Courts. The Haywood Circuit Judge refured, however, to recognize the writ, and going on with the case, did a few days since give judg ment against Eaton In favor of Reed for the amount claimed, $5(),ooo. It Is thought that the verdict will be set aside, and it Is averred that the proceeding renders both the Circuit Court and Mr. Reed liable to arraignment before Judge Emmons of the United States Court. As the case and surroundings now stand they ore rather mixed and complicated, in volving clearly the jurisdiction and supremacy of the two courts. LUDWIG LOWE. Death of the Famous German Actor. Lndwlg Lowe, a celebrated actor attached to the Austrian Court Theatre, died recently in Vienna. On the 9th of February, 1871, he had completed fifty years of Ms connection with the stage. On that occasion the Emperor of Austria gave him a costly -diamond ring upon which was graven his Majesty's initials. Lowe was once playing "Carl Moor," In Schiller's ltolbera. In Prague. Where "Carl" arouses the robbers and cooks his pistol, by some accident the pistol was dis charged, shattering the fonrth and fifth fingers of the actor's hand. But he did not falter or blanch for a moment. He went through the remainder of the scene with all his accustomed force and preci sion, and the moment that the curtain fell he fainted, overcome at last by physical pain. The Burgeons who examined his hand declared that the sinews of the little linger were so badly Injured that It would sever again recover its natural pliancy, and put the question to him, whether he would have it healed straight or crooked. "Crooked, ef course," exclaimed Lowe, without a moment's hesitation. "How would I look shaking my fist at anyb xly In a supposed passion, and with my little finger sucking straight out In front like a unicorn's horn? It would ruin the situation entirely!" And crooked it was. He had three hundred particular roles, in which lie appeared at the Hofburg Theatre alone 8700 times, A' frightful tale of marine disaster om from the Wabash Canal. The Green Babbit Bank the Dead Beat In a collision, bat the crew trere taken off by the Tobacco Posy. Twenty-five of the leading clergymen" of Chicago have Inaugurated a movement to hold public temperance meetings at Farwell Hall Sunday afternoons. A flock of wild geese flew over Titosville the other afternoon on their way North. This is another "sure sien" that winter is over, or will be by the 1st of July. The Boston Post has the following retort: "The person who sent us a copy of the Boston Post with 'Jackass' written upon the margin is requested to inform us at what stable he can be found." C I T Y SOTIC E S. Wakamaker ti. Brown celebrate their tenth anniversary to-day. Wanamaker & Brown have made a grand display to-day. ocr succf.83 the public verdict. The Okioikal English Milton Gold Jewelry Co.'s Depot, 1028 c'hbsnct street. 1028 Thousands of Delighted Purchasers Visit onr spacious salesroom dally. The genuine Milton Gold Jewelry Company guarantee their goods always to retain their color and brilliancy equal to virgin gold, and to be in all respeets as represented. Remember that the genuine Milton Gold Jewelry can be purchased in Philadelphia only at 1023 Ches nut street. 1022. Important to Mothers. Mrs. WTnslow's Soothing Syrup, for all diseases with which chil dren are aintcted, is a safe and certain remedy. 0112 1. ALLmendingir. On the 7th instant, Ann Rud man, infant daughter of Harry and Emma H. AHmendinger. Funeral 10 o'clock Monday morning. Residence No. 1320 Park avenue. i conrape. cn the 18th instant, Catharine J., wire of David Conrade. Due notice of the funeral will be given. 11 ack itt. On the 5th instant, Joseph F. Hackett, aged 6T years. The relatives and male friends, and Adam Lodge, No. 61, L O. of O. P., and the Typographical Society of Philadelphia, are invited to attend the funeral, from bis late residence, No. 636 Christian street, on Sunday afternoon, at Sjtf o'clock. To proceed to Trinity Church, Catharine street, above Second. . Jones. On the 4th Instant, Maggie Edgar, daugh ter of Daniel K. and Annie K. Jones, aged C years. The relatives and friends of the family are respect fully Invited to attend the funeral, on Sunday alter noon, at 8 o'clock, from her parents' residence, No. lli.9 N. T wenticth ltrtet. McGuigan. On the 6th Instant, Terrbnck Mc G i ig an, in his 43d year. The relatives and friends of the family are respectfully Invited to attend the funeral, from bis . late residence. No. Ill West Cumberland street, on Sunday afternoon, at 1 o'clock. Kivku On the 8d inBtant, Samuel W. Rivell, son of Susan and the late Adam Klvell, In the itsth year of his age. The relatives and friends of the family, also, Chosen Friends' Circle, No. 86, B. W. H. F. C. A., and Social Friends' Lodge, K. P., No. 10, are respect fully invited to attend the funeral, from the resi dence of his mother, No. 1289 Palethorp street, on Sunday, 8th instant, at 1 o'clock P. M. Interment at St. John's Vault, Third street, above Beaver. Six)an. On the 6th, Sarah Bloan, wife of the late William Sloan, In the Tint year of her age. Funeral from the residence of her son-in-law, Henry Ennls, West Manayunk, on Sunday after noon, at 8 o'clock. To proceed to Levenngton Ceme tery. ' viAzKY At Conshohocken, on the Ttu Instant, "Mary R. Vea7.y, a;ted 81 years. ' -jie relatives and friends of the family are invited to attend the funeral, from the residence of her mother, Mrs. Elizaieth Baimer. No. 15 Morris street New Brunswick, N. J., on Sunday afternoon, tue 9th InBtant, at O'clock. Interment at Pitman Chapel. tWR W PETERSON. TH E MEMBERS OP the Bachelors' Barge Club are invited to attend the funeral of their Ute fellow-member, Reuben w. Pktkrson, from his mother's residence, No. 145 N. Twentieth street, on Monday, loth instant, at 10 o'clock. To proceed to Christ church. John Huhoard, Secretary. REL.IOIOU3 NOTIOES. Bgy GRACE CHURCH. TWELFTH AND CHERRY Streets Service and sermon to morrow evening at 1)4 o'clock. ST. CLEMENT'S CHURCn, TWENTIETH and CHKRRY Streets. Choral service and sermon to-morrow evening at lx o'clock. Seats free. 4 1 m SIXTH PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, SPRUCE Street, below Sixth. Rev. J. P. CONKEY will preach to-morrow at lOtf A. M. and TV P.M. " 4 1s2f rgy SEVENTH PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, w BROAD, above Chesnut Street. Rev HENRY C. McCOOK, Pastor, will preach to-morrow at 10)4 A. M. and Rev. ALEX. REED, D. D., at 4 P. M. f- ST. MATTHEW'S P. R. CnURCH, N. H. "w corner EIGHTEENTH and GIRARD Avenue. Easter service of the Sunday School to-morrow af ternoon at half-past three o'clock. y CnURCH OF THE ATONBJMKNT, COR- net or. an iaun 111 mi o v. mmc. r rireet. Services to-morrow at 10M A. M. and lid P. M. Rev. Bn.uAmin nAisud, u. u. itecior. tfW- CHURCH OF THE COVENANT, FILBERT Street, above Seventeenth, Rev. CHAKLKS E. MURRAY, Rector. Divine service to-morrow (Sun day) at IPX A. M. and 8 P. M. tgy- CALVARY PRESBYTERIAN CnURCH, LOCUST Street, above Fifteenth Rev. Dr. HUMPHREY, Pastor. Services at lox A. AL and TX P. M. CHURCH OF THE HOLY TRINITY, " NINETKKNTII and WALNUT Mr.rnnr.ii Services to-morrow (Easter Sunday) evening at 8 U CIUCH. 6y" CENTRAL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCn, w EIGHTH Street, above ARCH Rev. A. REED, I). D.. Pastor, will preach to-morrow at Mtf A. M. and 1 P. M. WEST SPRUCE STREET CHURCH, w SEVENTEENTH anl SPRUCE Streets Rev. W. P. BREED, D. D., will preach to-morrow morn ing at lojtf and evening at Tjf o'clock. Subject In the evening "Book Power." NORTH PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, w SIXTH Street, above ORBBw. Preaehtag to morrow by Pastor, Rev. B. L. AG NEW, at 10& A. M. and 1 P. M. Subject in evening "The Mll lennlum." Sabbath schools at 8 o'clock. , SPRING GARDEN STREET m! K. CHURCH, TWENTIETH and SPRING OAR DEN Streets. Preaching at 10 A. M. and TJtf P. M. by the Pastor, Rev. C. II. PAYNE, D. D. Easter sermon in the morning. Strangers invited. gy ARCH STREET M. E. CHURCH. S. E. COR w ner ARCH and BROAD Streets. Rev. HENRY W. WARREN, Pastor (late of Charlestiwn, Mass.), will preach Sabbath at 10 A. M. and 1 P. M. Strangers Invited. rgy- FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, GER MAN Street, below Third. Preaching to-morrow at lojf A. M. and 1)4 P. M. by Rev. O. N. SNY DER, of New York. Scats iree and all are wel come. g?- MESSIAH LUTHERAN CHURCH, SIX- TKENTH and JEFFERSON Streets. Com munion to-morrow at 10)tf A. M. Revs. F. vr. CON RAD, D. D., and T. STORK, D. D., Pastors. Evening services at lyi o'clock. Come ! All are wel. come. i - gy- SPRING GARDEN BAPTIST CnURCH, THIRTEENTH Street, above Wallace. Rev. L. P.HORNBERGER, Pastor. Preaching to morrow at lOtf A. M. and IX M. Sunday-school at 8 P. M. 7- NORTH BROAD STREET PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, corner BROAD and GREEN streets. Preaching by the Pastor. Rev. Dr. HAR PER, at 10)4 A. M. Communion service at 4 P. M. No evening service on communion Sabbath. Stran gers welcome. Ifry TUB FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. WASHINGTON Square. Rev. HER RICK JOHNSON, D. D., Pastor, will preach to morrow at lOjtf A. M. and 1)4 P. M. Morning subject "The Resurrection. Evening subject "Christ's Welcome." Strangers welcome. tSf DIVINE SERVICE (PROTESTANT EPIS- copal) will be held in the hall of the COURT LAND SAUNDERS COLLEGE, THIRTY-NINTH Street, above Market, on Sunday, Easter Day, at 10-30 A. M. and 730 P. M. Sunday-school at 8-30. tSf BETH-EDEN BAPTIST CHURCH, BROAD and SPRUCE Streets. Rev. J. WHEATON SMITH, D. D., Pastor, will preach Sunday morn ing at 10)tf and evening at 1)i o'clock. Strangers always welcome. Baptism in connection with even ing (service Ugy- REV. DANIEL C. EDDY, D. tfyrt will rron fh In trio D., OF BOS- TABERNACLE BAPTIST CHURCH. CHESNUT Street, west of EIGHTEENTH. To-morrow Morning and Evening. Services 10)4 and 1 o'clock. Strangers welcome. WW KEV. A. A. WILLITS, D. D..WILL PREACH WEST ARCH STREET PRESBYTE m In RIAN CHURCH, corner EIGHTEENTH and ARCH Streets, to-morrow at 0)4 A. M. and 8 P.M. Evening sermon, the twenty-fourth of a series on inte resting incidents In the ministry of Christ, "Peter's Denial of his Master." BiRr- THE THIRD ANNIVERSARY OF THE Sunday Schools of the P. E. CHURCH OF THE nOLY APOSTLES will be held at the Church, 8. E. corner TWENTY-FIRST and CHRISTIAN Streets, to-morrow (Easter Sunday) at & P. M. The exer cises will be of a varied and interesting character. The public is respectfully Invited. ( Bgy GRAND SACRED CONCERT FOR THE benefit of the new chnrch of ST. CHARLES BORROMEO, TWENTIETH and CHRISTIAN Streets, to-morrow evening, at the Church. Com bined choirs of St. Patrick's, St. Mary's, St. Joseph s, and Cathedral, nnder the direction of Professor M. U. Cross. Double Male Quartette of the Abt Bo clety. Tickets, 60 cents. LADIES, NOTICE. 75 CENT WOVEN CORSET. This Corset Is a superior article, well-boned and nicely fashioned. It finds many buyers, and at the reduced price Is daily increasing In demand. At tention is also invited to the following low-priced goods : 50-cent good Jean corset. 11 finely-trimmed Corset. 81 Circular Gore Corset. 1H0 extra-boned Corset. GAUZE UNDERWEAR. Misses' Vests, good, 85 cents up. Boys' superior Shirts, 40 cents up. Ladles' Game Vests, 75 cents. 25-cent full regular Stockings. 25-cent Men s Gaose Shirts. Men's Shirts. 25, 45, 50, and AO cents. Also, mention our 6-cent plain Linen Handker chiefs, and 12-cent Linen Hemstitched, of which we are sewing largely. JOHN M. FINN, S. E. CORNER ARCH AND SEVENTH, 4 8tf PHILADELPHIA. 8PEOIAL NOTIOES. nrmddMonml Qptcial JVortow huid Foot. 3B- H. M. DALY'S WHISKY WAREROOMS. Nos. 822 8. FRONT street and 13 DOCK BU OF THE BEST BRANDS IN ORIGINAL BARRELS. Among which may be found the celebrated "golden Wedding," Bourbon of ancient date ; Wheat and jtye w nisKies, au pureiruui uiauuraoturers (in ori ginal packages;, Including those well-known dis tillers, THOMAS MOORE h. SON, JOSEPH B. FINCH ft CO., and THOMAS MOORS. The attention of the trade la requested to test these Whiskies, at market rates. 8 4smw v w- GENTLEMEN'S BOOTS AND SHOES, w A ready fit may be obtained at all tl nt 0. BAKTUCTT, No. 83 bouth BIX.TU Bt.ett. above Chesnut. 8JWtf wif Sao.OGO. SEE ADVERTISEMENT OF Trout" in our Want Columu." If CHESNUT AND TWELFTH STREETS. GRAND DISPLAY OF WEDDING SILVER, On MONDAY, Aju-il 10. The most Magnificent Stock ever shown. No. 904 CHESTNUT STREET. FRESH CHINA MATTINGS, WHITE RED CHECK, AMD FANCY STYLES. IOO pieces New Style G- 1 VELVETS lOOO pieces New Style 34 and G-4 TAPESTRIES. RiUVELTIES IIM ENGLISH BRUSSELS, 50 PIECES FRENCH AXMINSTER, 3 25 PER YARD. SPECIAL. NOTICES. EST MOTA MEN SING BALL AND EASTER FESTIVAL. The Annual Ball will take place at tue ACADEMY OF MUSIC. On MONDAY EVENING, April 10, 1871. This approaching Festival will be a brilliant affair, the Committee In charge having spared no expense to make It THE GRAND BALL OP THE SEASON. TWO GRAND ORCHESTRAS, Consisting of ONE HUNDRED PERFORMERS, Have been engaged, at a great expense. Colonel James Flak's, Jr., CELEBRATED NINTH REGIMENT BAND OF NEW YORK, AND MARK HASSLER'S EQUALLY CELEBRATED BAND, OF PHILADELPHIA. THE DANCING FLOOR WILL BE SET WITH A GAKDEN SCENE, WITH FLOWERS, PLANTS, SQRUBBRRY, FOUNTAINS OF COLOGNE, AND SINOIKO BIRDS. The FOYER will be In charge of experienced Caterers. 4 T SUBSCRIPTION FIVE POPLARS. jgy- OAK HALL IS TUB CENTR EOF ATTH Ac tion to-day. The tenth anniversary of the opening of W. & B.'a Oak Hall Is belog celebrated to-day in Wanamaker's own usual good style. It g- THE BUSINESS COMMUNITY ARE IN ecstasies over the new process by which Letter-Press Copies can bo taken from Prlntinir exe cuted at BELKKNSTEIN & LEWIS', FIFTH an! CbBSNUT Streets. . , It ff A FURNISHED HOUSE IN OERMAN Liifl town, containing 13 rooms, to rent for the bummer, within Hve minutes' walk of Church Lane station.' It is new, ana very pleasantly located. Addresa, with references, 4 8 8i "E. F. H.p Telegraph Office. E, IN WEST PHILADBLPHIA, the very desirable and centrally located property, No. 114 8. Fortieth street, S. W. corner of Sansom. Lot B feet front, 148 feet Inches deep. House and grounds In perfect order. Apply to THOMAS ALLEN, Real Estate Agent, 4 8 8f i, No, 8933 CHESNUT 8tteet,W.F. p4 CARPETINCS, ETC. McCALLUM, CREASE & SLOAN, No. 609 CHESNUT Street. FRESH " CANTON MATTINGS, ALL WIDTHS, WHITE, CHECK, AND FANCY. LOW PRICES. McCALLUM, CREASE & SLOAN, No. SOO CIII2BIVUT Street, 8 1 wsmSmrp PHILADELPHIA. WATCHES. ISstablislied in 1854. WATCHED. EVERGOINO STEM-WINDERS, KEY-WINDERS, QUARTER SECONDS, MINUTE REPEATERS, ETC. ETC. ETC. C. & A. PEQUIGNOT, No. 608 CHESNUT STREET, 3 80 IhBtot PHILADELPHIA. OROCERIES, ETO. JNGLISH AND SCOTCH ALES AND BROWN STOUT. Just received, afresh Invoice of Guinness' Extra Dublin Stout, Tennant's English Ale and Brown Stout, Rooert lounger's SparkllBg Edinburgh Ale, Bass & Co.'s East India Pale Ale, Allaopp's Pale Ale, In stone and glass, all In One order, oar own Import tlsn. A full Une of choice and desirable FAMILY GRO CERIES. WILLIAM KSLLEY, JT. W. Corner T WELFTH Street aad GIUABD Avenua, UlOtDBtn? HILADELPHIA. JEWELRY, ETO. 1 ( fi A IN CASH O I F T S, TO BE ffOAO.' " nlHtrlbuted bt the IMKW lUKlv C.1SU rnUli EVERY" TICKET DKAWS A PRIZE, 6 Cash unta, c f nt.ouo to Uash Guu.each $1000 II) S'l.OOO 200 ' " 600 ao " " b.ojo ur,o " iuo eoEUeaut Rosewood I'lanoa, each $30 to $Joo la " MeloUeons... " 75 to 100 8f0 sewing Machlnea " 60 to 175 M)0 Gold Watches " 75 to 8(K) Cash Prizes, Kllvf-rWare, etc valued at 11,000,000 a cnanee to iraw anv of the above frizes for wso, Tickets desciiblnn Prizes ate sealed In Enveloped and well mixed, on receipt of k5c. a Healed iVfcetlS drawn without choice aud sent bv mall to an v ad dress. The prize named upon It will be delivered to the tl' ket-hoia r on payment of On Duller. Prizes are lrc mediately sent to any address by express or return mail. You will know what your prize la before yon pay for it. A ny Prize txrhanaul for another of the name vtlue. Ho Mauls. Our patrons can depend on fair dealing. Rekbkikckh: The following lately drew Valuft b'ePilzesatd kindly permit us to publish them: - nortw j, uurns, utaca'ro, iio.utxi; misx t iara Walker, Baltimore, Piano, 100; James M.Mat thews, IKtrolt, $:,uo0; Juiin T. Anderson, Savannah, ytt0; James Simmons, Boston, $ 10,000. Pkbss Opimonb: "The Arm Is reliable." Weektu Tiovm, L'er. 8. "Deserve their success." A'. 1 . Herald. Jan. 1. "Just and honorable." Sews, Dec, 9. bdnd for circular. Liberal Inducements to agents, fallslactlon guaranteed. Every package of H) healed Envelopes contains okb cahu uikt. Seven tlckeufortl;nfor2; to forli; soo tot 115. Ad. dress BURTON & URAHAJd. Managers. No. Hi WALL Street, New l'ork, 4 8 SPRING LINENS AND WHITE GOODS ftllLLIKEN'S LIWEW STORES, 1128 CHESNUT Street and 828 ARCH Street MILLIKEN'S CELEBRATED P Llnons, gotten up Bpeclally for onr retail trade, are undoubtedly the best and- cheapest Llnena in the marke t. Linen uyers need not look around )or Auction Bargains In Hhirting Uneag onr Goiden- lax Linens are not only better, but far cheaper than any of the Irregular goods picked up m tae auction roomr. " r r CHEAP SHIRT BOSOMS-MILLIKEN'S MAKE IS THE BEST. To meet all want we have tntrorfncpd a line of CHEAP LIN UN BOSOMS, far lower than any In tha maiket. We begin our prices for MtfN'B bIZB, ALL-LINEN SUIRT BOSOMS, AT 16 CENTS EACH. NEW WHITE GOOD8FOR SPRING. PemonRtratton In Nalnsookf, Jaconets, Cambrics, Boft-flnlsb Cambrics, Plaid NalnookB, Baft M Us. Swiss Mulls, Victoria Lawns, British Lawns, French Nainsooks, Tarletans, Brilliants, etc. NEW PIQUES! NEWPIQUESI NEW PIQUES! Another case of the Fine French Piano, at CO cents. LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS. The most extensive assortment in ta city. Ladles' Handkerchiefs; Gents' Handkerchief t; trtraor dirarv bargains In Ladles' Fine Bandkorchlefa, 11-60 a doien. TWO CASES MARSEILLES QUILTS, Juat landed, marked a bargain. PEABODY WESTOW, IV o. 723 OXIESTVUT Street, oxnpurjr house. A -visit to onr Store will convince any one that we are prepared to offer Great Bargains and Special Inducements to Cash Purchasers in Carpetings. HAVING A LARGE LOT OF Ingrain, Tapestry Brussels and Body Brussels Consigned to na for onr special acconnt, we can sell them at same prices as they are bought wholesale at in New York. This we guarantee. INGRAINS at 75 cents per yard, all wool. TAPESTRY BRUSSELS, $1-12 per yard. OTHER GOODS JUST AS LOW. PEABODY & WESTON, No. 723 CIIESNUT Street, next door to Masonio Hall. REAL ESTATE AT AUOTION. PUBLIC SALE THOMAS & SONS, AUC- (jtioneers. 13 Very Desirable Lots, liromt st reet, uieenth street, Federal street. Thirteenth street. Clarion street. On Tuesday, April 25, 1871, at la o'clock, noon, will be Bold at public Bale, at the Philadelphia Exchange, the following described Lots of Oronnd, viz. : Hob. 1 and 9. All those two contiguous lots of ground, situate on the east side of Broad street, SO feet south of Federal Btreot; containing together In front on Broad street 50 feet, and cxtendlug in depth SCO feet to Watts street. Nob. 8 and 4. All that lot of ground, situate on the west side of Broad street, IN) feet south of Federal street: containing together la front on Broad street bo feet, and extending In depth ITS feet to Tiernan street. No. B. All that lot of ground, situate on the east side of Fifteenth street. tO'i feet 6 lnchea south or Federal street; containing in front on Fifteenth street it feet, and extending in depth 1T3 feet to Tlernann street. No. O. All that lot of ground, situate on the swith Bide of Federal street, 8i feet 4 of an Inch east of Fifteenth street; containing in front on Federal street IS feet )4 of an Inch, aud extending In deptn on the east line 112 feet of an Inch, and on the west line 112 feet 0 Inches, to a 8-feet wide alley running from Flfttenth street to Tiernan street. Nob. 7 and 8. All those two contiguous lota of ground, described together as follows: Situate on the north side of Federal street, and west side of a 20 feet wide street running north from Federal street. 180 feet S inches east from Fifteenth street : containing together In front on Federal street 84 feet, and extending In depth along the said 20-feet wide street 145 feet IV Inches, and on the west line 143 feet 6)4 Inches, to a 3-feet wide alley, which runs eastward into the Bald 80 feet street. No. 8. All that lot of ground, situate en the north Bide of Federal street. 50 feet 1 loch east of Watts street; containing In fiont on F"ederil street IS feet )4 of an Inch, and extending in depth 'on the east line 111 feet 8 inches, and on the west line 110 feet 6 Inches to a 8-feet wide alley, running from Watts Street to Clarion street. No. 10. All that lot cf ground, situate on the west Bide of Clarion street, 11 3 feet south of Federal street; containing in front on Clarion street IS feet, and extending In depth 66 feet. No. 11. All that lot of ground, Bltuate on the west side Of Thirteenth street, 19U feet 8 Inches south of Federal street, containing in front on Thirteenth Btreet 19 feet 4 Inches, and extending In depth 100 feet to Clarion street. No. 13. All that lot of ground, Bltuate on the north side of Federal street, 169 feet 11 inches west of Twellth street; containing in lront on Twelfth Btreet IT feet, and extending in depth 1ST feet to Anita street. No. 13. All that lot of ground, situate on the west side of a 80 feet wide street, laid out and opened for public use, called Clarion street, containing in front on Clarion street 16 feet, and extending In depth 66 feet. Plans at the Anctien Rooms. For further particu lars apply to C. 11. & P. MU1BUEAU, No. 200 Bouth blxth street. M. THOMAS k SONS, Auctioneers, 4 8 S3t Nob. 189 and 141 8. FOUKTH Street. REAL EHTATE THOMAS k 90N9' SALE. On Tuesday, May 9, 1871, at 19 o'clock, noon, be sold at publlo Bale, at the Philadelphia Ex change, the following described properties, viz.: No. 1. Tbree-story brick dwelling. No. 190S Thompson street. Twentieth ward. All that three Btory brick messuage, with two-story back building and lot of ground, situate on the north side of Thompson street, T9 feet weet of Nineteenth street, No. 19u3; the lot containing in front 10 feet, and ex tending in depth on the east line T6 feet 8 inches, and on the west line 66 feet, widening on the rear to 18 feet 6 Inches. The house has saloon parlor, dlning loom, and kitchen on the first noor; 8 chambers, bath-room, and saloon sitting-room on the second floor, and 9 chambers on the third Moor; has the gas, bath, hot and cold water, cooklng-raoge, heater, etc. Terms 13000 may temaln on mortgage. Immediate poHsesslcn. No. 9. Three-story brick dwelling, No. 1620 Amboy Street, Twentieth ward. Alt that three story brick messuage and lot of ground situate on the west side of Amboy street, between Oxford street aad Co lumbia avenue, Twentieth ward, No. 1620; the lot containing In front 16 feet, Including the northern moiety or half part of an alley 8 feet 8 Inches wide, and extending In c epth 40 feet 6 inchen. House con tains 6 rooms and bath-room ; has gas, hot and cold water, etc. Clear cf all Incumbrance. Terms cash. M. THOMAS 4 SONS, Auctioneers. 4 22 29 Nos. 139 ana 141 S. FOUKTU Street. REAL ESTATETHOMAS & SONS' SATE jutiuier Btreet, ------ : , , , On Tuesday May 9, lsTl, at 19 o'clock, noon, will be sd at nubile sale at the PhlladelpU.a Exchange, a?l that modern three-story brick drelll..g, with Uiree-BtoM bw-k buildings and lot of ground, aiuata nr th fiOUtli Blue vi mi.i pmi . i teenih streetVNo. 1814; containing In front ou Master street IT feet, and extending lu dep.h 61 feet, am,. ! iect to the restriction that no building for orietisjve Jcu nation "hall sver be erected on suld lot. It has C it,, hot and cold water, heater, range, etc. ) Immediate possession. Terms-fiWW may rcmaia on mortgage. Tn0MAg A SON8 Atlctioneors. 4 8 22 89 Nos. 139 aud 141 S. FOL'UTU btreet. GOLDEN - FLAX IRISH LINENS REAL ESTATE AT AUOTION. PV1T. VBTATP TrrrAr AB U. SnVR' S ATD! iM Two-storv brick dwelling. No. 1832 Bond street, between Twelfth and Thirteenth streets, below Moore Btreet. On Tuesday, A prll 85, 1871, at la o'clock noon, will be sold at public Bale, at the Philadelphia Exchange, all that two-story brick, dwelling and lot of ground, situate on the west side of Bond Btreet, below Moore street. No. 1832; con taining in front on Bond street 14 feet, and extend ing In depth on the south line TO feet 9 Inches, and on the north line 61 feet 7 inches, to a twenty feet wide street. Subject to a redeemable yearly ground rent of f 30, currency. Terms; cash. M.THOMAS & SONS. Auctioneers, 4 8 s3t Nob. 139 and 141 8. FOURTH Street. M0YAMENSING BALL EXTRA NOTICE. The Managers respectfully announce) that on account of the extraordinary demand for Tickets for the ANNUAL BALL, they have finally concluded, at the earnest solicitation of many ef their friends, to iasue a limited number of AUDIENCE TICKETS at ONE DOLLAR EACH. Entrance on Locust Street. THIS. 'WILL AFFORD ALL THOSE WHO CANNOT OTIlEPvWISE PROCURE TICKETS, OR WHO DO NOT Wisn TO PAR TICIPATE IN THE DANCING, AN OPPOR TUNITY OF WITNESSING ONE OF THE GRANDEST AND MOST ELEGANT ASSEM BLAGES OF THE 8EASON AND LISTENING TO THE DELIGHTFUL MUSIC OF COLONEL JAMES FISK'S, JR., RENOWNED NINTH REGIMENT BAND . OF NEW YORK, CON SISTING OF FIFTY PERFORMERS, AND nASSLER'S CELEBRATED QUADRILLE BAND, FORMING A GRAND COMBINATION CONCERT. Tickets can only be had at the Box Oriioe oo, Locust Street on the evening of the Bill. . Doors open at T o'clock P.M. FBAKK A. L-SVITT, pecrearr.