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THE7 DaILY EVENING TELEGRAPH PHILADELPHIA, SATURDai, APRIL 15, 1871.
musical Aitn nitAniTic.
The City Amniementi)
At ttih Cuesnut Robertson's comedy of
School will be repeated this afternoon.
The Lady of Lyon will be Riven this evening.
On Monday Mr. AV. 8. Fredericks, the staire
manager, will have a benefit, when Lacy's drama
of Tlw Two Friend and Bnckstone's comedr of
Married Li fe will be performed.
At tiib Walnut the pantomime of The Three
Uvnchbackt will be represented this afternoon
At T11E4 Arch Mr. 8. Hemple will have a
heneflt thin pvnntnir Thn nlrlil nmonf or til
Sommence with Uemple Being Worried by
drama of Brother Bill and Me. Mr. 8. K. Mur
doch will Rive a recitation, after which will be
represented a new piece entitled The 15i
Amendment, and the performance will conclude
nith the farce of The Widow's Victim.
At the Assembly Bttiliuno the panorama
01 -uremua in iigni ana onaue will oe exhi
bited this afternoon and evening.
At thb Museum, Ninth and Arch streets.
the fairy spectacle of Cherry and Fair Star
will be represented this evening.
at tub American a iamuy matinee win be
tfven this afternoon. A popular variety en
tertainment is nnnounced for this evening.
A Grand Bazaar In aid of the sick poor of
St. Marv's Hospital is now open at Concert Hall.
The Flnmbers' League have elected Wil-
fK'&u . v. M. valJUVf AJA.A IIU Tl aiOU
ecretary; treasurer, John McCoy.
A building Bcanold at the Almshouse fell
yesterday and injured four workmen.
The dead-lock in the New York LegiRla-
ItnTB ormtinnpn. with nn TvrnnnAfk nf ohnta.
Johnson's organ factory at Westfield,
plans. , was burned on Thursday night, with
bree organs nearly finished.
The Jumel will case, which has been
tending for a long time in New York, has at
past gotten into the United Mates Courts.
-Much anxietylis f elfin Gloucester. Mass..
for the safety of several of the fishing fleet.
tt being feared that a number were lost in
-The coal miners of bt. Clair coanty, III..
Iiave suspended work, under apprehepsion
hat a reduction in wages was designed by
he mine owners.
The vigilants of Virginia City, Nevada,
ontinue to notify obnoxious persons to leave
heir midst, and the orders are invariably and
There was another severe snow storm
resterday along the Valley of the Flatte, in
Nebraska, and so intense was it that neither
Jinan nor beast could face its fury.
xne x'oiioe commissioners 01 os. Liouia
have just inaugurated a war upon the gam
bling saloons of that city, which has for its
object their total suppression.
The Democratic Congressmen held a
laucus last night in the hall of the House of
Representatives, with the view of taking
iction to prepare an address to the people of
he United States relative to the Ku-klux
Shells now fall into Paris and do great
The insurgents have taken two thousand
risoners at Villiers.
Two thousand persons have already ap-
lied for passports to leave Paris.
-The Commune orders that all other colors
ban the red flag be suppressed.
The Paris and Orleans Railway has not
peen cut, as was yesterday rumored.
The losses of the insurgents in the com
bats last week aggregate fully nine thousand.
Asniere8 still holds out against the Ver
sailles forces, whose every attack is repulsed.
The election of the Duke of JUontpensier
0 the Spanish Cortes has been declared legal.
Great activity is now manifest in the
building of sea-going vessels in the vicinity
General McMahon Bays he will remain
in the defensive, until his army is greatly re-
Several battalions of National Guards in
Faris havs been disarmed on account of their
hostility to the Commune.
A Marseilles despatcn claims tnat tne
ighting of the past two dajs has resulted in
idvantage to the Communists.
A despatch from Versailles states that the
tories of the Government troops being de
feated at Asnieree and Clamart are untrue.
Several very severe enoounters have
Yecentlv occurred in Cuba between the Spa
nish troops and the insurgent forces of the
A London despatch, dated 4 oclook
Yesterday afternoon, Bays that the Versailles
roops have been repulsed everywhere around
The Communists have commenced to de
stroy some houses on the outskirts of Paris,
nd they intend to erect earthworks in many
Lf the important streets of the city.
Considerable fighting is apparently going
tn between the forces of the rival Govern
ments of France, yet it is difficult to obtain a
Jul! and oorreot view of the situation.
JEWELRY AND SILVERWARE.
NOTIIER ARRIVAL PROM NAPLES.
Just received, a fresh invoice of
Pink Coral Jewelry.
Alas, Just opened,
t Now Styles in
Yellow Gold Jewelry.
J. E. CALDWELL & CO.,
No. 002 CHE8NUT Street,
. MATHEMATICAL, TEACHER, WHO
k thoroughly understands how to teach elemen
tary and higher mathematics, is wanted for one hoar
daily. Address "AKITUMETIU," Telegraph,
GARDEN AND FLOWER SEEDS.
A Full Assortment.
OUR OWN GROWTH.
COLLINS, WETHKRILL A CO.j
4 4 tufs tf Not. 1111 and 111 MARKET Street.
r A R
A C A S CHOCOLATE,
Imported and for sale by
DALLETT k SON.
Nd. 129 S. FRONT Street.
P R I
CL BTk t fe ATM
COLLINS, WJJTUER1LL CO.,
No. 1U1 and 1113 MARKET Street.
REAL. ESI AT E AT AUOTION.
REAL ESTATK THOMAS fc SONS' SALE.
::: On Tnpsrtnv. Mat 2. 1871. at 13 o clock, noon.
will be sold at publlo sale, at tbe Philadelphia L
change, the following described properties, viz. :
No. 1. Three-story brick dwelling. No. 10S
Thompson street. Twentieth ward. All that three
story brick messuage, with two-story back building
snd lot ot ground, situate- on the north side of
Thompson street, 72 feet west of Nineteenth street,
No. 1DUB; the lot containing In front 16 feet, and ex
tending in depth on the east line TO feet 5 Inches, and
on thn west line fie feet, widening on the rear to IS
feet 6 Inches. The honse has saloon parlor, dining
room, and Kitchen on the first floor; 8 chambers,
bath-room, snd saloon sitting-room on the second
floor, and 8 chambers on the third floor; has the gas,
bath, hot snd cold water, cooking-range, heater, etc.
Terms 13000 may lemaln on mortgage. Immediate
No. S. Three-story brick dwelling, No. 1020 Amboy
street, Twentieth ward. All that three story brick
messtiRge and lot of ground situate on the west side
of Amboy street, between Oxford street ami Co
lumbia avenne, Twentieth ward, No. 1620; the lot
containing In front 16 feet, lnclndlnir the northern
moiety or half part of an alley s feet 8 inches wide,
and extending In (opth 40 feet 6 Inches. House con
tains 6 rooms and bath-room ; has gas, hot and cold
water, etc. Clear of all Incumbrance. Terras cash.
M. THOMAS A SONS. Auctioneers.
4 S 83 89 Nos. 139 ana 141 8. FOURTH Street.
ORPHANS' Cttriti- l'KHh xI'I'iik Y NAi.h'
Estate of Mary Miller, deceased Thomas A.
dwub, nuiwvucuiB, imru jjcsu nine ju:si(miicts anil
six Rnlldmg Lots, Oermantown Avenue, Mount
Airy, Twenty-second Ward. Pursuant to an order
of the Orphans' court for tho city and county of
Philadelphia, will be sola at public sale, on Thurs
day, April 80, 1871, at 18 o'clock noon, on the pre
mises, the following described property, late of Mary
Miller, deceased, viss. :
Nos. 1 and 8. Two three-story stone residences on
Germantown avenue, Mount Airy. All that 1-it of
ground, with three-story stone messuage thereon
erected, situate on tbe southwest side of Gorman
town avenue, Twenty-second ward, beginning at a
stake on the southwest side of Germantown avenue,
86 feet 4)j Inches southeast from the southeast side
of Miller street; thence by land late of Erasmus
Pierce, deceased, south 60 aeg. 26 mln., west 24 feet
Inches to a corner; thence still by the same south
44 deg. 12 mln., west 384 feet Inch to the northeast
side of Bryan street, as the same la laid out on the
confirmed plan of the city ; thence along the north
east side of said street south 45 deg. 80 mln., east 45
feet 1 Inches to a corner; thence by lot No. 2, next
hereafter described, north 45 deg. 19 mm., east 338
feet 1 Inch to a corner, and north 67 deg. 56$ rain.,
east 54 feet lx Inches to tne southwest side of Ger
mantown avenue, and thence by the same north 29
deg. 43 jtf mln., west 60 feet 8 inches to the place of
beginning, containing T3 92-100 perches of land. The
Improvements are a three-story stone (rough-cast)
cottage-built residence, with two-story frame back
building; lias parlor (with folding doors), gas, o?en
In out-kltchen, etc
All that lot of ground, with the three-story stone
messuage thereon erected, situate on the southwest
side of Germantown avenue, Twenty-second ward.
Beginning at a stake on the southwest side of Ger
mantown avenue, a corner of lot No. 1, before
described, at the distance of 147 feet X lncties
southeast from the southeast side of Miller street;
thence by lot No. 1 south 67 deg. 50 mln., west 54
feet lX'inches to a corner, and south 45 deg. 18 mln.,
west 838 feet 1 Inch to the northeast side of Bryan
street, as the same is laid out on the confirmed piau
of the city ; thence by the same south 45 deg. 30 mln.,
east 45 feet 7 Inches to a corner; thence by lot No.
8, hereafter described, north 44 deg. 80 mln., east 881
feet 4X Inches to the southwest side of Germantown
avenue, and thence by the same north 29 deg. 84
mln., west 29 feet 6 Inches to the pi ace or beginning;
containing 62 7-100 perches of land. The improve
ments are a three-story stone (rough-cast) cottage
built residence, with two-story frame back building;
has parlor, dining-room, and kitchen on the first
floor; gas, oven In out-kltchen, etc.
No. 8. Large and Valuable Three-story Stone Re
sidence, Barn, Ice-house, etc., v. W. corner of Oer
mantown and Mount Pleaxant avenues, 8 fronts,
lot 120 by 870 feet, khown as "Miller's Boarding
house." All that lot of ground, with the large stone
mansion, barn, Ice-houBe, and other improvements
thereon erected, situate on the southwest side of
Oermantown avenue, and northwest side of Mount
Pleasant avenue, Twenty-second ward. Beginning
at a stake on the west corner of Germantown and
Mount Pleasant avenues, thence along the south
west side or Oermantown avenue north 36 deg. six
mln., west 120 feet 8 Inches to a corner, thence by
lot No. 2, before described, south 44 deg. so mln,.
west.884 feet 1)4 Inches to the northeast side of
Bryan street, as the same Is laid out on the con
firmed plan of the city, thence by the same south 45
deg. 80 mln., east 118 feet 9 V inches to the north
west side of MouLt Pleasant avenue: thence by
same north 44 deg. 80 mln,, east 863 leet 8 Inches to
the place of beginning; containing 1 acre 4848-luo
perches of land. The Improvements are a large
tnree-story sttne (rough-cast) residence, with two
story frame back building and one-story kltohen;
has large hall, parlor, large dlnlng-roiiu. library, reception-room,
2 chambers on first floor, 11 chambers
on the second, and 15 on the third ; large porch and
verandah, gas. furnace, etc. Also, stone barn, with
stabling for 5 horses, box stall, cow stable, pigpens,
No. 4. Large Lot 1 i acres S. W. corner of Ger
mantown and Mount Pleasant avenues. All that lot
of ground, situate on the southwest side of German
town avenue and southeast side or Mount Pleasan'
avenue, Twenty second ward. Beginning at a stake
on tbe south corner of Germantown and Mount
Pleasant avenues; thence along the southwest side
of Oermantown avenue south 86 deg. 31!rf ralu
east 113 feet f)4 inches to a corner of George H.
uarrett s iana ; tnence dj tne sam south 44 deg,
ST)tf mm., west 435 feetX inches to a corner, In
line of lot No. 8: thence by the same north 45 dez.
21 mln., west 111 feet 1 Inch to the southeast side of
Mount Pleasant avenue, and thence along the same
north 44 deg. 30 mln., east 452 feet 9 Inches to the
place of beginning ; containing 1 acre, 1 rood, and
22 84-100 Dercht'B of laud.
Ko. 6. Lot, Mount Pleasant avenue and Bryan
street. All that lot of ground, situate on tho north
west side of Mount Pleasant avenue, and on the
southwest Bide of Bryan street, Twenty-suoond
ward. Beginning at a stake on the west corner of
Mount Pleasant avenue and Bryan street; thenca
along the Bouthwest side of Bryan street north 45
deg. 80 mln., west 209 feet 8) Inches to the line of
land late of Erasmus Pierce, deceased; thence by
the same south 44 deg. 11 mln., west 210 feet
Inches to a corner; thence by lot No. 6, hereafter
described, south 45 deg. 80 mln., east 203 feet 7!4'
lnobes to the northweHt aide of Mount Pleasant
avenne, and thence by the same north 44 deg. 30
mln., east 210 feet IX Inches to the place of begin
ning; containing 1 acre and 41 41-100 perches of
No. 6. Lot, Mount Pleasant avenue, Mower street
and Miller street, 8 fronts. All that lot of ground,
situate on the northwest side of Mount Pleasant
avenue, Twenty-second ward. Beginning at a stake
on the northwest side of Mount Pleasant avenue,
814 fest 1)4 Inches southwest from the southwest
side of Bryan street; thence by lot No. 5; before de
scribed, north 45 deg. 80 mln., west 80S feet 7y
Inches to a corner; theuce by land late of Erasmus
Pierce, deceased, north 48 deg. 85 mln.. west Vii
feet IX inches to a corner, 4 feet northwest or the
northwest Bide of Miller street; thence by land late
of George W. Carpenter, deceased, south 44 deg. 14
mln., west 87 feet 9X Inches to a corner In the
middle of Mower street; thence along the middle
of said street south 46 deg. 16 mln., east, crossing
Miller street, 219 feet 2j Inches to a corner In the
line of land now or late of Valentine Burkhart. and
thence by the same the two next following courses
and distances, viz. : North 44 deg. 24 min., east 110
feet i Inches to a corner, and south 44 deg., east
116 feet 4 Inches to the northwest side of Mount
Pleasant avenue, and thence along the same north
44 deg. 80 mln., east 184 feet 5 Inches to the place
of beginning; containing 1 acre, 8 roods, 26 83-100
perches, more or less.
No. 7. Lot, Miller street, Mower street, and
Cresbelm road, ;3 fronts. All that lot of ground,
situate on the northeast side of the Creshelin road,
Twenty-second ward. Beginning at a stone on the
northeast side of Creshelm road ; thence along the
northeast side of Bald road north 12 deg. 84 mln.,
west, crossing Miller street, 252 feet 10 Inches to a
corner, feet 6 Inches northwest of the northwest
side of Miller street; thence by land late of George
W. Carpenter, deceased, north 44 deg. 14 mln.. eart
819 feet W Inches to a corner In the middle of
Mower street, 8 feet Inches northwest of the north
west side of Miller street; thence along the middle
of Mower street, by lot No. 6, before described,
south 46 deg. 6 mln.. east 2U feet 8 Inches to a
corner In the line of land now or late of Valentine
Burkhart, and thence by the same south 44 deg. 24
mln., west 458 feet 8 Inches to the place of begin
ning ; containing 1 acre, 8 roods, 19 84-iuo perches.
No. 8. Lot. Mt. Pleasant avenae and Mower
street, two fronts. All that lot of ground situate on
the southeast side of Mount fleasant avenue,
Twentv-aeoond!ward. Beginning at a point on the
southeast side of Mount Pleasant avenue. 453 feet
inches southwest from the southwest side of
Germantown avenue; thence partly by lot No. 4 and
cartlv by ground 01 Geo. a. Garrett south ts deg. 91
mln, east 652 feet 11 Inches to a corner; thence
by ground of Geo. H. Garrett south 43 deg. 41 mln.,
west 446 feet 1 Inches to a comer In the middle of
Mower street ; thence along the middle of Mower
street north 46 deg. 6 mln., west 445 feet to a corner
of land now or late of Valentine Burkhart; thenoe
by said land the two following courses and dis
tances, viz.: north 44 dg. 29 mln., east 100 feet T
Inches to a corner, and north 44 deg., west 118 feet
9 Inches to the southeast side of Mount Pleasant
avenue, and thence by the same north 44 deg. M
mln., east 848 feet 8 V inches to the place of begin
ning; containing 6 acres, 1 rood, 35 59-100 perches.
No. t. Lot, Mower street, extending through t
Crestittm road, two fronts. All that lot of ground,
situate on the northeast Bide of the Old Creshtiiu
road, Twatjf-aoiiud ward. Beginning at a euraer
REAL ESTATE AT AUOTION.
on the rinr'hpnst side of tho Chesheim roal; theno
by land, late o' John lannantu, decea(vi. north 41
deg. 7 mln., cast K.3 rect laches to a corner, and
south 44 dpg. 43 mln., enst 114 let 10 lunhps to a
corner: thence by land of Oeorge H. Garrett, north
4H ore. 41 mln., cast 89 feet 10 Inches to the mid
dle or Mower street; thence along the middle of
Mower street, by lot No. 8, north 46 deg. 6 miu.,
west 445 feet to a corner, on the line of land now or
late of Valentine Barkhart: thence by the samn
south 44 deg. 29 min., west 84-J feet BX Inches to the
northmn sine or crtMielm road ; thence bv
the fame st.u th 12 deg. 84 mtn.,eaa 45 feet 2)tf Inches
to a c orner, snd south so deg. 10 min., east 2 feet to
a corner or Michael Oalloway's land ; thence by the
same, the next tluee following cours- s anl dis
tances, viz., nortn 44 deg. 82 mm., east i ts feet H
Inches to a corner, south 46 deir.. east 80 feet to a
corner, and Bout.h 44 deg. 82 mln., west 163 feet 10't
Inches to the northeast side of CreRhelm road, thencn
slong the same south 80 deg. 10 mln., east C9 feer.
7.V inches to a corner, norm 79 deg. 22 min., esr, 2:11
leet 64 Inches to a corner, and thence south 49 deg.
15 min., east 19 feet 8V inches to the place of be
ginning; containing 6 acres, 8 roods, 24 CJ-100
uy tne conrt,
JOSEPH C. TITTERMARY, Clerk O. C.
JOS. REX, 1
JEss KH INKLE, Administrators.
. JAMES KKIoKUj
N. B. The above are located on very high ground,
commanding a beautiful view ot the country for
miles around, and tne sites are very valuable for
country residences, being In the immediate vlclslty
of and adjoining elegant country-seats. Lithogra
phic plans may be had at the auction rooms.
Mount neasant avenne, nrvan and mower streets
are not cut through yet, but laid out on the city
m. THOMAS fc sons, Anctinneers,
8 25 ap 8 15 Nos. 139 and 141 S. FOURTH street.
f TUBLIC SALE THOMAS & SONS, AUC
liitioneers. 13 Very Desirable Lots, Broad street,
fiiteenth street, Kedral street, Thirteenth street,
Clarion street. On Tuesday. April 25. 1871. at 12
o'clock, noon, will be sold at public sale, at the
Philadelphia exchange, tne following described
Lots 01 uronnn, viz. :
Nos. 1 and 2. All those two contiguous lots or
ground, situate on the east side of Broad street, 50
feet south of Federal street; containing together In
rront on uroaa street mi ieet. ana extending in denth
200 feet to WattB street.
Nos. 8 and 4. All that lot of ground, situate on
the west side of Broad street, 150 feet south or
Federal street: containing together la front on
Broad street 50 feet, and extending in depth 178 feet
to Tlernan street.
No. 5. All that lot of ground, situate on the east
side of Fifteenth street. 202 feet 6 Inches south or
Federal street; coLtalnlng tn front on Fifteenth
street 17 feet, and extending in depth 173 feet to
No. 6. All that lot of ground, situate on the south
side of Federal street, 86 feet X of an Inch east of
Fifteenth street; containing in front on Federal
street 1 feet of an Inch, and extending In depth
on the east line 112 feet X of an Inch, and on the
west line 11 2 feet 10 inches, to a8-feet wide alley
running from Firttenth street to Tlernan street.
Nos. 7 and 8. All those two contiguous lots 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 rrom Federal
street, 156 feet 5 inches east from Fifteenth street :
containiLg together In frout on Federal street 34
feet, and extending in depth along the said 20-feet
wide street 145 feet Inches, and on the west line
143 feet 8X Inches, to a 8-feet wide alley, which runs
eastward into the said 20 leet street.
No. 9. All that lot of ground, situate on the north
side ot Federal street 66 reet 1 Inch east of Watts
street; containing In fiont on Federal street 13 feet
)4 of an inch, and extending iu depth on the east
line 111 feet X inches, and on the west line 110 feet
5 inches to a 3-feet wide alley, running from Watts
street to Clarion street.
No. 10. All that lot t f ground, situate on the west
side of Clarion street, YtZ feet south of Federal
street; containing tn front on Clarion street 16 feet,
and extending in depth 66 feet
No. 11. All that lot of ground, situate on the west
side of Thirteenth btreet, 196 feet 8 Inches south of
Federal street, containing In front on Thirteenth
street 19 feet 4 Inches, and extending In depth 100
feet to Clarion streot
No. 12. All that lot of ground, situate on the north
side of Federal street, 169 feet 11 Inches west of
Twellth street; containing In frout on Twelfth
street 17 feet, and extending In depth 157 feet to
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
Plans at the Anctten Rooms. For further particu
lars apply to C. U. & P. MUIRUEAD, No. 206 South.
M. THOMAS t SONS, Auctioneers,
4 8 B3t Nos. 139 and 141 S. FOURTH Street.
EXECUTOR'S 8ALE. ESTATE O" WIL
LIAM UARPF.R. deceased. Thomas A Sons'
Auctioneers. On Tuesday, April 18, 181, at 12
o'clock, noon, will be sold at public sale, at the
Philadelphia Exchange, the following described pro
perty, viz. :
No. 1. Valuable Business Location, three-story
brick dwelling, with side -ard, No. 921 Pasyunk
avenue, corner of Marriott street, two fro.its, 45X
feet front All that modern and substantially built
three-story brick messuage, with three-st iry back
buildings snd lotef ground, situate at the northeast
corner of Passyunk avenue and Marriott street; the
lot containing In I rout on Passyunk avenue 45 feet 8
inches, and extending in depth along Marriott
street 112 feet hi 01 an inch, and on the other line 93
feet 6Ji Inches. The honse is 22 feet 9 inches frout
on PasMunk avenue; built of first quality materials
and woikmanshlp.wlth handsome side garden, tilled
with choice fruit trees, grape vines, and flowers.
Corner lot 22 feet 11 Inches, fronting on Passyunk
avenue, and extending along Marriott street 119 feet
X of an luun ; an in complete orner m every particu
lar. Also, one-nan 01 tne party wan 01 tne nouse
on Marriott street auioiniug tne ena 01 tne lot.
Also, the north party wall of the house, which la
about 90 feet )ol gaud three stories high. May he
examined any nay previous to the sale, see plan.
Clear of all incumbrance.
No. 8. Well-secured Oround Rent, $600 a year. All
that well-secured ground rent of ftsoo a year, pay.i
ble January and July, Issuing out of all that lot of
ground situate at the northeast corner of Bain
bruise and Guilford streets; secured byapublit
school-bouse, and payable by the city when It is due.
by a resolution of Councils passed that all warrants
for ground-rents to be paid when iue without delay,
1M 64 teet on BainbrWge street, by 60 feet on Gull
No. 8. Kleht Building Lots, Pavonia, N. J. All
those 8 building lots, each 80 feet front by 100 reet
oeep, situate on the Pavonia Land Association's
land, north of Camden. State of New Jersey. Plan
can be seen at the auction store and on the day of
sale, bee plan.
ho. 4. Stocks.
1 share Pavonia Land Association.
shares Insurance Company of the Stae of Penn
Pew No. 62, centre aisle of Sixth Presbyterian
20 shares Union MlnlDg Company of the State of
400 shares Honey Comb Petroleum Company.
100 shares Sugar Dale OH Company,
loo shares OH tfasln Petroleum Company.
I'iooo interest tn the Dallas Oil Company.
Lot Ko. 803, section (J) In the Philadelphia Ceme
M. THOMAS k SON9, Auctioneers,
8 18 al 10 Nos. 139 and 141 S. FOURTH Street
PUBLIC F ALE THOMAS k SON9. AUC
Li tloneers. Deslraitle Country Mansion, with Sta-
bi ana coa ;u-nouse. mversiae, uurungton county,
New Jersey, on the line of the Camden and Atnooy
Railroad, 19 mtiea above camden, and two minutes1
walk tiom station ana nve iroru steamboat Land
lnar. On Tuesday, April IS, 1871, at 18 o'clock, noon
will be Bold at public sale, at the Philadelphia
KxvhaDKe, a modern aonoie 2-story nnck rough
cast mansion, Bltuate at the northeast corner of
1 afnvt-tte avenue and Kossuth street. Riverside.
Burlington county, New Jersey) the lot containing
90 feet in iront on unnjeuu aveuus, ana extenaiug
in denth along h. ostium street sa ieet x or an inch
At the depth of 161 feet it widens to 100 feet, and
continues in oeptu ui mui. wuitu. .excellent gun
mncr and nsbinir near at band; tine roads and drlv
ing In Hie vicinity ; 11 trains to and from the city
daily pass tbe premises, photograph can be seen at
the auction rooms, and for a p'an of the house and
further particulars, inquire or tdward A. Htfiatz,
No. 432 Walnut Btreet, Phlledelphi,. Immediate
possmion. Will be shown by Mr. Bear, on the
prt mists. Terms- One-calf of the purchase money
M. THOMAS 4 SONS. Auctioneers,
8 11 25 a 1 8 15 Nos. 139 and 141 S. FOURTH Street
REAL ESTATE THOMAS fc SONS' SALE.
Two-story brick dwellltg, No. 1832 Bond
street, between Twelfth and thirteenth streets,
below Moore street. On Tuesday, pnl 25, 1S71, at
12 o'clock noon, will be sold at public sale, at the
Philadelphia Exchange, all that two-story brick
dwelling and lot of grouud. situate on tie west side
of Boud street, below Moore street. No. 1S39; con
taining Is front on Bond street 14 feet, and extend,
lug In depth on the south lias 70 feet 8 Inches, and
on tbe north lice 61 feet T inches, to a twenty foot
wide stret Subject to a redeemable yearly ground
rent of 46, currency. Terms esan.
M.TU0MA8 fc. SONS, Auctioneer,
4 8 1 3t No, lit and 141 8. FO URTU Street.
STEAM DlKKOT K) AND" FROM NSW YOKE,
OUEENSTOWN, AND LIVKRFOOI
The niadillleent Ocean Steamships of this line,
sailing rtguiariy every SATURDAY, are amoug the
largest in the world, and famous for the degree of
taiety, cuniiort, and speed attained.
CABIN HVIKS, ClKRKVOY,
1.5 and ten. Hn-t class Fxcurmon rickets, good for
twelve n.ondiB, $130. Early application must be
made in order to secure a choice of state-rooms.
STKEKAUK RATFS, CURItlSCY.
Ontward, tss. Prepaid, $.12. 1 Ickcts to and from
I.cnlnnrw rry ami OIakkow at the same low rates.
Prisons visiting the old country, or sending for their
friends should remember that these steerage rates
re (2 cheaper tan several oth r lines.
Bank drarts istiued for any amount.at lowest rates,
psjHOir on demand in allium of England, Leiand.
Scotland, wales, and the Continent of Europe.
Apply to WALLER fc CO., Agents,
Ao. 204 WALSVT SU, jvt above Second.
"ffffN FOR LIVERPOOL AND QUKENG
.JLyi roWN.-Thelnuaan Line ot Ryai Mm
stumers are appointed to sail as follows:
City of Brussels. Saturday. April 22. at 2 P. M.
Ciiv of London, Saturday. April 29. at 1 P. ft,
Cltv of Dublin, via Halifax, Tuesday, May 2, at 1
City of Antwerp, Wednesday, May 8, at 2 P. M.
and each succeeding Saturday and alternate Tues
day, from pier No. 45 North river.
RATK8 OK PASSAGE
By Mail SteBtner Sailing every Saturday.
Pajaoie tn gold. Payable In currency.
First Cabin $7Cf Steerage 30
To LoDrtnn 80 To Imdon 85
To Halifax bo I To Halifax 10
Passengers also forwarded to Antwerp, Rotter
dam, Sweden. Norway, Denmark, eto., at reduced
Tickets can be bought here at moderate rates by
persons wishing to send for tneir rrionds.
For further information apply at the company'!
JOHN G. DALE, Agent, No. 15 Broadway, N. T, I
it wj u uuiiii,Lii rAUL.14, Agents,
No. 409 CHESNUT Street Philadelphia.
THB REGULAR STEAMSHIPS ON THB PHI
LADELPHIA AND CHARLESTON STEAM
SHIP LINE are ALON B authorized to Issue through
ills of lading to interior points South and West li
connection with South Carolina Railroad Ooinpany.
Vice-President So. C RR. Co.
PHILADELPHIA AND SOUTHERN
MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY'S RE.
uiUh SEMl-MONTHL J-JNE TO NEW OR
The YAZOO win sail for wew Orleans, via Havana.
on Tuesday, April 18, at 8 A. M.
Tbe JUNiAiA win sun irom iNew Orleans, via
Havana, on . April .
THROUGH BILLS OF LADING at . as low rates
ss by any other route given to MOBILE. GALVES-
IVN. lMJtAiNoiA, nwivi-utii, 1-avauua, and
BRAZOS, and to all points on the Mississippi river
between New Orleans and St. Louis. Red river
frelehtsreshipped at New Orleans without charire
WEEKLY LINE TO SAVANNAH, GA.
The WYOMING win sail for Savannah on Satar-
day, April 15, at 8 A. M.
The .f ior.ri..it iiu sail irom savannah on Sat
urday, April 15.
thkough lillh uw LAUiivv given to an the
principal towns In Georgia, Alabama, Florida,- Mis
sissippi, Louisiana, Arkansas, and Tennessee In con
nection with the Central Raiiroad of Georgia, a.t-
antlc and Oulf Kallroad, and Florida steamers, at
a slow rates as by competing lines.
SEMI-MONTHLY LINE TO WILMINOTON, N. C.
The tumawapiua win sail ior Wilmington on
Wednes lay. April 12. at 6 A. M. Returning, will
leave Wilmington Sunday, April 16.
Connects with the Cape t ear Kiver steamboat
Company, the Wilmington and Weldon and North
Carolina Railroads, and the Wilmington and Man
chester Railroad to all Interior points.
reign tB ror coiuraoia, s. c, ana Augusta, ua.,
taken via Wilmington at as low rates as by any
Insurance effected when requested by shluners.
Bills of lading signed at (jueen street Wharton or
before day of sailing.
WILLI AM L. james, General Agent,
No. 130 S. THIRD Street.
pptL CLYDE'S STEAM LINES.
MJ2 Ottlce, No. 12 South WHARVES.
PHILADELPHIA, RICHMOND AND NORFOLK
STEAMSHIP LINE, TUK' 'UGH FREIGHT AIR
LINE TO THE SOUTH AND WKCT.
Steamers leave every WEDNESDAY and SATU?
PY "at noon," from FIRST WHARF above MAR
No bills of lading signed arter 12 o'clock on sailing
THROUGH! RATES to all points In North and
South Carolina, via aboard Air-line Rillroad, con
necting at roriHii'ouiii, ami at i.yuciiuurg, vs., Ten
nessee, and tne west via Virginia and Tennessee
Alr-llne, and Richmond and Danville Railroads.
y reighu immilku but once and taken at
LOW EK KaTES than by any other Une.
No charge for coraminHions, drayge, or any ex
pense of tranbier. steamships insure at ljwest
KK1WU'1S KK' JJSIVtJJ UA1LY.
State-roum accommodations for passengers.
WM. P. POH lK), Ag- nt, Rlonmond and City
Point. T. P. CROWELL CO., Agenia, Norfolk.
PHILADELPHIA AND CHARLESTON.
SJjyil-PHILADELPHIA and CHARLESTON
THUKSDAX Linn roil CH&KLISSlUfl.
Tbe Urst-clasa Steamship VIRGINIA, Captain
Hunter, will sail on Thursday, Aorll 20, at 19
o'clock, noon, from Pier 8, Nortn Wharves, above
Through bills of lading to all principal polnta In
South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, etc., etc.
Rates of freignt as low as oy any otner route.
For freight or passage apply on the Pier, as above.
WM. A. COURTNEY, Agent In Charleston.
FOR NEW YORK DAILY VIA
DELAWA K E AN D R A RITAN CANAL.
h-XPliESS STEAMBOAT IOMPAN.
The CHEAPEST and QL'I .'KEST water commu
nication between Philadelphia a-id New York.
Strainers leave DAILY from first wharf below
MARKET Street, Philadelphia, and foot of WALL
bti et New York.
THROUGH IN TWENTY-FOUR HOURS.
Hi ods forwarded by all the lines running out of
New York, North, Hast, and Weat, fiee of commis
sion. t night received dally and forwarded on accom
JAMES HAND. Agent,
No. 119 WALL Street, New York.
a-fr NitW EXPRESS LINE to ALEX
.EI4aNDR!A. GEORGETOWN, AND
w ,.- HlNG'lON, D. C, Chesapeake and Delaware
cml, connecting with Orange and Alexandria
Sti-aners leave regularly every SATURDAY at
ni on, from Urst Wharf above iuARKET Street.
Freights received daily.
HYDE TYLER, Agents, Georgetown, D. C.
M. ELt'RIDGE & CO., Agents, Alexandria, Va.
DELAWARE AND CHESAPEAKE
-.itrira towed between Philadelphia, Baltimore.
Havre-de-Grace, Delaware City, and intermediate
CAPTAIN JOHN LAUOHLIN, Superintendent.
OFFICE, No. 19 South WHARVES,
. WILLIAM pTcLYDE A CO.,
Tor all the above lines,
No. 19 SOUTH WHARVES, Philadelphia,
where further information may be obtained.
LORILLAJU) STEAMSHIP OOMPAKY
roit rti)v vouu,
BAILING TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS, AND SAT.
URDAYS AT NOON.
INSURANCE ONE-EIGHTH OF ONB PER CENT.
Ko bill of lading or receipt signed for leas than
Aft; cents, and no insurance effected for less tban,
one dollar premium.
For farther particulars and ratea apply at Com
panj'i office, Pier B3 East river, New York, or to
I JOHN F. OHL,
t PIER 19 NORTH WHARVES.
tl, s Extra rates on small packages iron, metals'
FOR NEW YORK. VIA DELAWARE
,ina ttaruau uanai.
"vsirlbl RE TRANSPORTATION COMPANY.
- nKM-AltU A1 BHiriStttH URfi
The s -turn propellers of this company leave dally
at v M. and 6 r. m.
Thrn. oi. tn twenty-four hours.
Goods forwarded to aay polut free of eom mission.
Freights taken on aoc-ouiraodaung terms.
WILLIAM If. BAIRD fc CO., Agents,
Ne, Ui buuta D SLA WARE Avenue,
TVTOTICE. TO CONTRACTORS AND BRIDGE
Dkvaktmknt of StmvitYS,
No. 224 Pnnth FIFTH Btreet, Philadelphia
SRALED PROPOSALS will be received at the De
partment of Surveys until 8 o'clock P. M. of April
16, 1R71, for the CONSTRUCTION OF A BRIDGE
over the river Schuylkill on the site of the Suspen
sion Bridge at Falrmonnt, and its approaches to ex
tend from Twenty-fifth and Spring Garden streets,
In the Fifteenth ward, to Thirty-second and Bridge
streets. In the Twenty-fourth ward, a length of
about 8730 feet.
Proposals will be received for the bridge super
structure over the river, Including all materials,
workmanship, and erecting ready for use. It will be
840 feet span, of wrought iron, and alBO two trosses
for Thirtieth street, 80 feet span, of wrought Iron.
Detailed plans of these bridges, conforming to spe
cifications, to accompany proposals.
Proposals for all th.e Iron work on approach will
be accepted separately, to be erected complete for
use, as per plans and specifications.
And separate proposals for the graduation and
masonry, to include curbing and paving, as per
Bpeclilcatlons and plans.
Kach bid musf be made vpon blanks prepared, other
wise they will not be accepted, and every bidder
must submit the names or two persons of undoubted
responsibility, who will be bound wit h them as secu
rity for the faithful completion of contract. The
city reserves the privilege of rejecting any and all
bids that may not be satisfactory.
Payments will be made monthly In bonds of th
city of Philadelphia, or in cash, at the discretion of
Each bid mnst be accompanied by a certificate
from the Law Department that a proper bond, for
the mm of five hundred (50() dollars, has been filed
there, in accordance with the ordinance approved
M sy 25, 1S60.
The contractor or contractors, in making their
proposals, shall do so with the understanding that
lf their proposal shall be accepted every dispute or
difference which may arise Incident thereto shall be
decided by the Chief Engineer and Surveyor, from
whose decision there shall be no appeal.
All bidders are invited to be present at the open
ing of proposals oilered on said day, at 8 V o'clock.
Plans may be seen and examined at the Department
of Purveys, where specihcaMons and blank propo
sals may be obtained on and after the 16th Inst.
8 25s4t Chief Engineer and Surveyor.
T7K1TED STATES ENGINEER OFFICE,
U TD1KD STORY UNION BANK UL ILDINGS,
Fayette Street, near Charles,
BAI.T more, Md., March 28, 187LJ
PROPOSALS are invited for dredging a channel
through Fredericksburg and Spottswood Bars, In
the Rappahannock river. Proposals, to be tealed, in
duplicate, tvdurned on otitxide, and accompanied by a
copy 01 mis advertisement, win oe receivea nntu
noon of April 23, 1871, and will be opened in ten
mlnntt s thereafter. In presence of such bidders as
may wish to be present. Separate Prooooal will be
also received for removing one wreck in Fredericks
The material Is easily removed. The channot Is
not to exceed 90 feet In width or 8 feet In depth at
mean low water. The locality is Bheltered. The
tide rises about two feet
Forms of proposal and any desired information
to be hnd on application at this office.
The right to reject any bid Is reserved.
WM. P. CRAIGHILL,
3 29 Major of Engineers U. S. A,
TTNITED STATES ENGINEER OFFICE,
yj TU1KO STOKY, UMON DINK JJUII.OINU, I
FAYETTK !lTKEET, NEAR CHARLES, V
Baltimoke. Md.. March 20. 1S7L I
PPOPOSALS are invited for Dredging a Channel
In Oueeiistown Creek. Maryland, from Chester
River to tueenstown. Proposals to be sealed, in du
plicate, envorsed on outtide, and accompanied by a
copy of this adverttt-euienf, will be received until
noon of April 22, 1S71, and will be opened In ten
minutes thereafter, in presence of such bidders as
may be present.
The material is easily removed. The channel Is
not to exceed one hundred fee tin width or eight
leet in depth at mean low water. Tne locality 19
Forms of proposals and any desired Information
to be had on up plication at mis oince.
The right to reject any bid Is reserved.
WM. P. CRAIGHILL,
8 23 Major of Engineers, U. 8. Army.
UARTEKMASTRR'S OFFICE, UNITED
Philadelphia, Pa,, April 5, 1S71.
SEALED PROPOSALS In triplicate will be re
ceived at this otllce until 12 o'clock . on MONDAY,
May 8, 1871, for the delivery of ttlteen (15) cords of
meicnantaoie nara wooa, at eacn 01 tne iouowing
named National Cemeteries, viz. :
Annapolis. Md. : Culpeper, va.: city ioint, va. :
Danville, Va. ; Fredericksburg, Va. ; Fort Harrison,
Va. ; Giendale, Va. ; Cold Harbor, Va,, the last three
near Richmond, Va. ; Poplar Grove, Va., near Peters
burg, Va. ; Richmond, Va. ; Staunton, Va. ; Seven
riots, a. ; Winchester, va.; Hampton, va, ; York-
town, Va. ; Newbern, N. C. ; Raleigh, N. C. ; Salis
bury. r. c. ; ana W ilmington, . u.
The Wood to be delivered In such quantities and
at such times as tbe Superintendents at eacn of tbe
Crmtteries may respectively desire.
.forms ror proposals inrnisnea upon application
to tnis oince. . ucimky u. nuuuit),
4 6 6t Major and Quartermaster U. 8 Army.
B. ENGINEER OFFICE,
TlilKD J5TOKY UNION BANK BUILDINO,
Fayettb St., near Charles,
Baltimore, Md.. March 29, 1871
PROPOSALS are invited for excavation a channel
In the James river, at the Rocketts, near Richmond,
L.-r, w..-.. 1 a Va 7.V JM Am,iU .7 .,J
ovtxide, and accompanied by a copy of this adver
tisement, win be receivea nntu noon or April 29,
lb.71, and win oe opened in ten minutes tnerearter,
la presence of such bidders as may wish to be pre
sent. The material to be removed is rock in beds and
boulders. The channel Is not to exceed 180 feet in
width or 18 feet in depth at mean high water. The
locality Is sheltered. 'J he tide rises about 'l4 feet.
Forms or proposal ana any aesirea information to
be nun on application at tnis omce.
Tbe right to reject any bid is reserved.
WM. P. CRAIGHILL,
3 29 Major of Engineers U. S. A,
TTNITED STATES ENGINEER OFFICE,
KJ TUIKD STOKY, I'NION HANK BCII.DINU, I
KAY KIT K ST., NEAR CUAKLE3, V
Baltimohb. Md.. March 2L 1871.1
PROPOSALS are Invited for Dredging a Channel
at Cambridge, Maryland. Proposals to be tealed, in
ivplicatf, endorsed on outside, and accompanied by a
copy Of this advertisement, will oe received until
noon 01 April 24, is a, ana wui De openea in ten
minutes thereafter. In presence of such bidders as
may wish to be present.
Tbe material la easily removea. The channel is
not to exceed one hundred feet In width or ten
leet in depth at mean low water. The locality is
forms of proposal and any desired information to
be nad on application at tnis oince.
Tbe right to reject any oia is reserved.
WM. P. CRAIGHILL,
8 23 Major of Engineer U. 8. Army.
QUARTERMASTER'S OFFICB, U. 8. ARMY,
w philadelfhUi ra. xnarcn su, i&iu
PEALED PROPOSALS in duplicate will be re.
reived at this office until 12 o'clock M. on Monday.
May 1, 1871, for building a brick or stone wall, with
one double and one single iron gate, around the
National Cemetery at Annapolis. Md.
Bidders will be required to specify the price per
lineal foot, and no bid will be entertained that does
not conform to this requirement. Forms for propo
sals and speclllcatlons furnished upon application to
HENRY C. HODGES,
S 81 Major and quartermaster U. S. A.
TTEPUTY QUARTERMASTER GENERAL'S
Philadelphia. March 16. 1871.
SEALED PROPOSALS will be received at this
orllce i where proper forms will be furnished) until 13
o'clock M. on FRIDAY, April 81, 1SI1, fer the de
livery at the sonuyiKiu Arsenal, rniiadeipuia, oi
b89 pairs Boots (600 pairs to be cable screwed).
limn vnrria Crimson Worsted Lace. IV inch.
All to be of army standard, samples of which can
be seen at tnis omce.
STEWART VAN VLIET,
. Brevet Major-Ueneral, U. S. A.
MsuiilU, gical and Tarred Corda?
At LoMt Dm York FriM. and thla.
cuwin H. P1TJLEK t CO
MUrr. TENTH St. and GB.MANTOWH A VMM.
tout. Mo. IS H. WATZK Bt and DULA WAH3
t"6HN"S. LEK a Ca, HOPE AND TWIN"
U MANl FACTLKKKS.
DBAI-KKS IN NAVAL STORES,
AM'HOKS AND CHAINS.
SHIP CHANtH SHY (iiDS, JiTC.,
NOB. and AS NuRTU WUAUVJkS.
WALNUT 8TRKET THBATRB.-,
EVERY EVENING AT 8
AND SATURDAY AFTERNOON AT 8,
IMMENSE SUCCESS OF
the great Pnectacnlar Pantomime entitled
THB THREE HUNCHBACKS.
The young, peerless, and beautiful
MAD LLE MARIE BONFANTI,
whose h'gn reputation as a Dansouae stands upon
record In AVPI-v nltv In V.nmna anil marl...
MOB AND GOODRICH,
the OKIGTNAL SKATERS, from Nlblo's Garden,
CHANGE OF TRICRS EVERY NIGHT.
RS. JOHN DREW'S AR 7H
THFUTHE ttncrin. Is o .i.,!.
BENEFIT OF MR. S. HEMPLE.
TO-NIUHT (Saturday. April 15.
HEMPLE WORRIED BY CRAIG,
BROTHER BILL AND ME,
FIFTEENTH AMENDMENT, aud
THE WIDOW'S VICTIM.
HEMPLE In all the pieces.
Pm'essor 8. K. MURDOCH will recite.
MONDAY Benefit Of Mr. L. L. JAMES.
AVENPORT'S CHESNUT STREETTHBATRB.
THIS (Saturday) EVENING,
Bulwer's beautiful Play of
, THE LADY OF LYONS.
Charles R. Thome, Jr., as Claude Melnotte
Phillis Glover as Pauline
Admission, $1, 75, 60, ana 25 cents. Commence at
W. S. FREDERICKS' Benefit on Monday next!
AMERICAN MUSEUM AND MENAGERIE,
North west corner of NINTH and ARCH Street.
onen nany rrom a. m. tin 10 P. m
THE WONDERFUL ALBINO FAMILY.
In the Lecture Room the Comedy of
OLD UKADS AND T OUNO HEARTS.
Lewis Baker as Jesse Rural. Mr. G. D. cnanlin.
Wood Benson. Harry Hawk. J. Swlnlmrn. MIrs Min
nie Monk, Ada Monk, Mary Carr. All the Company.
Admission, 25 cents to a;i attractions. 12 is ti
8 S E M B L Y
B U I L D.I N G.
UNEXAMPLED SUCCESS I GRAND COMBINA
TION ENTERTAINMENT I
IRISH ART, SCENERY, SONG. 'OMEDY,
MELODY, WIT, AND HUMOR.
IRELAND IN SHADE AND SUNSHINE,
an entirely new series of Magnificent Paintings,
111u01.iBi.1ijg iue pant nun present fnones ui
THE EMERALD ISLE,
with appropriate vocal and instrumental Muslo
IRISH MINSTRELS AND COMEDIANS,
EVERY EVENING at 8. Matinee on W EDNESDAT
and 8A" UKDAY at 8. 4 11 5t
Admission, 85 cents ; Reserved Seats, 50 cents.
A GRAND BAZAAR IN AID OF THE SICK
POOR OF ST. MARY'S HOSPITAL Is NO-V
OPEN, and will continue for two weeks at CON-
CJj.n l 11 all, CHU8NUT Street, above Twelfth.
Season tickets, 25 cents. Single admission, 10
ITiOX'S NEW AMERICAN THBATRB, CHESNUT
' Street, above Tenth,
AMUSEMENTS OF ALL NATIONS.
And SATURDAY MATINEE.
GREAT CONGRESS OF STARS.
Comprising the best artists in the'eountry, who
appear In Grand Ballets, Dutch Comedy, Local
Sketches, Minstrelsy, Ethiopian Acta, Farce, Comlo
Vocallsm, Pantomime, etc. ,
FIRE AND BURQLARPROOF SAFES
STEAM SAFE CO.,
Safe Makers to the United States Government
No. 32 S. FOURTH St.,
SOLE M A NIJ FACT miKUS
Bank Vaults, Burglar-Proof Safes,
Of Welded Steel and Iron, with Sargent's, Isham's,
and PUlard's Locks.
SILVER SAFES, EXPRESS BOXES, Bto., bnllt
to order. 8 1 stnthSmrp
JOSEPH H Campion (late Moore tampion),
WILLIAM SMITH, RICHARD R CAMPION.
SMITH & CAMPION.
FINE FURNITURE, UPHOLSTERINGS, AND IN
TERIOR HOUSE DECORATIONS,
No. 849 SOUTH THIRD Street.
Manufactory. Nos. sib and BIT LEVANT Street.
is Brighter, will not Fade, Costs Less than any other '
because it win raini twice as mucn sunace,
BOLD BY AUi DEALERS IN
J. H. WEEKS & CO., Manufacturers,
8 9tf N. 124 N. FUCUrH St.. Philadelphia;
EDWARD PONTI & CO,,
IMPORTERS OF FOREIGN PRODUCE,
Wines, Oils. Fruits. Cigars,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
No. 904 WALHUT Street,
IDWARD PONTI. 3 ST JAMES W, HAVENS,
JAPIES' HUMAN HAIR KMPORIUM
No. T o. TJtNxii street.
Ravins opened a new and splendid store for tbe
accommodation of tbe ladles who desire tine HAIR
WORK, the best talent that can be procured is em
ployed in this Hoc of business, who have had twelve
jearB' experience in France and Germany, mtktng
np all the various designs of HAIR FROM COMB.
1NUS, which some have tne presumption to claim aa
The abllltv of MIS8 WEEKS in nAIR DRESSING
fa acknowledged by ar tints la tbe business to stand
i.nrivaUed. tlswMt G. F. WEEKS.
BARLOW'S INDIGO BLUE IS THE CHEAPEST
and best article in the market for
til. I KINO DLUrUfiS,
It does not contain any acid.
It will not injure tbe finest fabric, ,
It is put up at
WII.TBEROER'S DKUfJ STORE,
No. 33 N. KKCOND Street, Philadelphia,
And for RRia br moat of tbe Grocers and DruirirlBtft.
The genuine has both BARLOW'S and WILT
BEKGEK's name oa tbe label ; all others are COUN-
will color more water tban lour times the sam
weight of indigo. 8 88 tuths'im
qT a V E R Y7!
WATER-COOLER AND REFRIGERATOR
bas proved Itself to be superior to any In tfca.
market. CeJl and examine.
JACOB F. HAND, Jb.,
4 8 tbstu 8m Depot, No. 620 MARKET Street.
'rp II K 8 T .
C Ju O U D , '
This new elegant and commodious flrst-class Hotel,
on ARCH Street, above bEVENTH, ..
Terms. $3 per day.
O. W. M ULL1N A BRQ., Proprietors.
COTTON SAIL DUCK AND CANVAS, OF ALU
numbers and brands. Tent, Awnlnjr, Trnua
aud Wairon-eover Dock. Also, Paper JManuiao
turerf Drier 'Felt, from thirty to sevuri&J
Inches, wits Paulina, Beltmif, Sail twine, eta
JOHN W. JlVaUMAli;