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THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, SATUIUjaY, APRIL 15, 181.
Thb Oencink Milton Gold Jkwilrt, of No.
10M Chesnut street. Is In greater demand than ever.
All who visit our Salesroom express their delight
with the carious and complicated designs In oar
original and genuine Milton Gold revealed to their
view, and the throngs of delighted purchasers that
dally crowd our Salesroom bear evidence to this. Re
member, the genuine Is for sale only at the head
quarters of the great EDgllsti Milton Gold Company,
No. loss thesnnt street.
Oakfokd, Continental Ilotel, has received Spring
Styles Gouts' and Boys' lints, Caps, and Famishing
Goods. Shirts made to order.
Mr. William W. Casbidt, the jeweller at No. 8
South Second street, has one of the largest and most
attractive stocks of all kinds of Jewelry and Silver
ware In the city. He has also on hand a One assort
ment of One American Western Watches. Tnose
who purchase at this store at the present time are
certain to get the worth of their money.
SuRNiTT'a Cooking Extracts the best.
GRKKN HUM PLASTERS,
Thr only onrs which effectually will opr Corns
Bunions, are manufactured by
G. Kracsr, Apothecary,
N. W. cor. Twelfth and Chesnut Streets.
Even a Criminal is entitled to a trial. Atrial
is all that is asked for Cable Screw Wire Boots or
Shoes. Their many good qualities at once win a
lasting favor for them. AH leading dealers sell
An Excellent Articlr. Mrs. Winslow's
Soothing Syrup is an excellent article for all dis
eases of children.
Oakfokd, Continental Hotel, has opened an ele
gant asuortjient of Ladles', Children's, and Infants'
trimmed and untrlmmed Hats. Flowers, Feathers,
Ornaments, Etc. Also, Boys Cloth and Straw Hats.
Burn kit's Cologne the best made in America,
Alexander. On the 14th instant, Julia Alexan
der at the residence of her brother-in-law, E. D.
Sue notice of the funeral will be given.
Bakbk. on the 13th instant, Francis Barbk, In
the 66th year of his age.
The relatives and friends of the family, also,
the French Benevolent Society, are repectfully In
vited to attend his funeral, from his late resi
dence, No. 838 S. Eighth street, on Sunday, 16th in
stant, at 9 o'clock. "
Brady. On the 12th Instant, William Brady,
ton of Susan and the late William Brady, aged 83
y ft i8
The" relatives and friends of the famll, and
Fourth of July Lodge. No. 196, K. of P., are respect
fully invited to attend the funeral, from his mother's
residence, No. lam 8. Fifth street, on Saturday
afternoon, at 3 o'clock. To proceed to Sixth Street
Doughty. On Friday, 14th Instant, Enoch
Doughty, in the SOth year of his age.
The lriends or the family are respectruuy invitea
to attend his funeral, from his late residence, near
Absecon, N J , on Tuesday next, 18th Inst., at 10
o'clock A. M.
A special train win leave uoopera Point, camden,
N. J., at 745 A. M. J
Eakikh. on the llth instant, Christiana, wife of
Samuel EakinB, Sr., in the 61st year of her age.
The lelatlves ana inennsoi tne tamiiy are respect
fully Invited to attend the funeral, at her late resi
dence, No. 1024 Palmer street, on Saturday, at 3
o'clock P. M. To proceed to Palmer s Ground.
Gkigu On the 13tn Instant, Horacr II. Griqo, in
the 88th year of bis age.
His relatives ana irienas are invited to auena me
funeral, from his late residence, Ko. 1603 North
Twentieth street, at 10 o'clock A. M Monday, 17th
Instant. To proceed to Laurel Hill Cemetery.
Shrivrr. On the morning of the 15th Instant,
Willie H , only child of H. L. and Lizzie Bakes
Shriver, sited 2 years and 1 month.
Funeral from the residence of his parents, No. 82a
North Ninth street, on Monday morning, at 10
Webb Snddeniv. on the morning of the 12th Inst..
Eewitt, youngest child of Esther O. D. and the late
William H. wenn, in nis un year.
Funeral serv ces at Christ Church, Philadelphia,
n Monday morning, at 11 o'clock punctually. The
friends of the family are Invited to be present.
i I N E READ YOI AD E
COMBINING STYLE, DURABILITY AND EX-
CELLENCK OF WORKMANSHIP.
O IV E-1P JE& IOB
004 IV:let Street,
GEO. W. NIEMANN.
Handsome Garments made to order at the shortest
notice. 13 sinwim
8IXTII PRESBYTERIAN CnURCn, SPKOCE
Street, below Sixth. Rev. J. P. CONKEi
iwill preach to-morrow at lOjtf A. M. and 1
ST. CLEMKNT O CtiURCH. TWJSNTl-TU
onH ciifDHV Ktrpofa 1'hnml unrvlce and
to-morrow evening at T3tf o'ciocx. neais
4 IS B3t
s CENTRAL rHICSBXTlUUS.pl Unuwii
EIGHTH Street, above AROH Rev. A.
REED, D. D.. Pastor, will preach to-morrow at
lo A. ii. and iyj p. m.
IJHILUKKN H CnUivvlli iuK WBSAA
at the CHURCH OF T11K EPIPHANY, to-morrow
afternoon at three o'ciqck.
I s- ARCH STREET M. E. CHURCH. S. E. COR
I' nor apcvt anil ttuDATi Kfrptn Preaching
tsnnday at 10 A. M. and 7X P. M , by Rev. UKNRV
!W. WARREN. Strangers Invited.
tfS' NORTH TESTII STREET PRESBYTERIAN
CHURCH. below Girard avenue. Rev.
Dr. WISWEI.L will preach at 10 A. M., and the
fiPastor, Rev. M. NEWKIRK.atTK P. M. All Invited.
CHURCH Or THE AWKSM6HT, liUtt-
ner SEVENTEEN 1'U and SUMMER Htreets.
Services to-roorrow (Sunday) at 10)tf A. M. aad T)tf
P.M. Rev. BENJAMIN WATSON, t. u. Kector.
ia SPRING GARDEN BAPTIST
THIRTEENTH Street, above
Rev. L. P. HOKNBERQER, Pastor,
morrow at 10 A. M. and 1)4 P. M.
at 8 P. M.
H- REV. PHILLIPS BROOKS, OF BOSTON,
3 will preach at the CHURCH OF ST. MAT
THIAS corner of NINETEENTH and WALLACE
Streets, on Wednesday evening next, at T
CLINTON STREET CHURCH. TKNTa
RtrHt helow SDruce.-Rev. SAMUEL MILLER
HAGKMAN will preach to-morrow evening at 1
f clock, subject "The Unseen God." All persons
gy- ST. PHILIP S P. K. CHURCH. VINE STREET,
t0 near Knhth Tha Rinbt Rev. WILLIAM
BACON STEVEMS, D. D., wlU administer the rite of
confirmation in iws cuurca to-morrow ai xu a.
VAN tstrett. belo Third Preachlnir to-mor-
row at 1K A. m. ana ixr. m,
by Kev. GEO RUE
M. uKlbnU OI Piew r
beats iree ana au
. . . ....! n n 1 ri aw tttw-i ii T"
and bPKUCB btreei- J. wueatuii
RMIT1I. D. DM Pastor, will prew,h Sunday morn
must 1U4 ana eieuu g v -ic. oukii
always welcome. i
. Til R FIRST PRESBYTE1UAK CHURCH.
5 WASHINO'IXJH Square. Rev. UKR
jnv .k.hnsuN. D. D.. Pator, will pieaoh to-
K CHURCH. TWENTIETH and SPRING QAR---KT-fi.V..-
Ui, I' II. PAY Mi. U D., Pa-lot.
wm preilho-morrowaUOMA. U. -17' P. M.
ALEXANDER PRESBTTKRIAN CHURCH,
w NINETEENTH and OKEEN Streets. Preach
ing to-morrow at lojtf o'clock A.M., and 8 o'dock
P. M., by Rv. CHARLES D. KELLOGG, of Sara
togs, N. Y.
SPIRITUALISM. MRS. BRIGHAM, ONE
of the most Interesting trance speakers of the
day, will lecture at the Chnrch, ELEVENTH and
wood street, to-morrow morning at lojf, evening
uv e. rfwi iree iur nil Tinitors. 9
" DIVINE SERVICE (PROTESTANT EPI3
w copal) will be held in the hall of the 'WET
LAND SAUNDERS COLLEGE. THIRTY-NINTH
Street, above Market, on Sunday, April 16th,
at 10-8O A. M. and T-80 P. ML. Sunday-school at
tin!?- "CONFESSION " SEVENTH PWESBY-
ITTni i M ftlliDi.tl Ti It n i D. . .1 no.r.T
Square Rev. hENKY C. McUOOK. Pascor. will
prtach to-morrow at low A. M. and 4 P.M. Sub
ject in the afternoon "The Christian Duty of Con
fessing Sins." (
S- CALVARY PHKSBYT BRIAN CHURCH,
LOCUST Street, ahove Fifteenth Rev; Dr.
HUMPHREY, Pastor. Services at 10tf A. M. and
7X P. M.
Rev. E. STUART DO DOE. of New York. Mia.
slot) a ry to lentU, will preach to-morrow morning.
gv- UHURCH OF THE HOLY APOSTLKS,
Streets Service Sundav. Anrll 1. at 10: A. M..
7-48 P.M. Sermons by Rev. PHILLIPS BROOKS,
oi Bostrn. Collections will be taken up morning and
evening In aid of the Building Fnnd of the Ohurch. I
SUNDAY SCHOOL CELEBRATION
The teachers aud children of ST. PAUL'S M.
E. CHURCH will meet iu tl,e WHARTON STREET
M. E. I.'HUKCH on to-morrow afternoon, at 2)tf
o'clock, to hold a Union Meeting with the teachers
and children of Wharton Street M. E. Church
REV. PK. CATHER, OF OREAT BRITAIN,
Will nreftch In ttie WEST AKPII STHP.KT
PRESBYTKRIAN CHURCH, corner EIQHTEKNTH
end ARCH Streets, to-morrow at lOkf A. M.
Suhjeci "The PrieHthood of Melchizprink ." He.
Dr. WlLLITS, at 8 P. M., the last of a series on inte
resting lucl.Jent in the ministry of Christ,
"TheJTrial and Cruclflxlon of Christ."
jggy- REV. R. FULLER, D. D., OF BALTIMORE,
will preach the cloNiua: sermon of the llfth an
nual series, before the Young Pi-ople's Association.
TABERNACLE BAPI1ST CHUKCH, CHESNUT
Mreet, wesi of EIGH1 EENTH to-morrow (Sunday)
evening, at 7X o'clock. Subleet "The Snares and
Seductions of the City ." Young people and the pub
lic crniiij umieo. nev. 1j. iviuss, u. u., Will
presch to-niorr w morning at 10 o'clock. (
REV. PR, PRIME AND REV. DR. HALL,
ofNewYorK A course of two lectures win
be delivered in Dr. Wvlle's Church, BROAD Street,
below Spruce. Rev. E I). G. PRIME. D. D.. Tues
day. April 18. Subject "Around the World; How
to Go; What to bee; What It Costs." Rev. JOHM
HALL, D. D., Tuesday, April 25. Subject "Perso
nal Power." Course tickets, $1; single tickets, 60c.
Ticket for sale at Presbyterian Board, No. 1334
Chesnut street; A. Martlen A Co.'s. Nj. 1214 Chesnut
street; and J. C. Gurr gnes & Co.'s, No. 609 Arch
street, and at the door of Church on evenings of lec
tures, n or oeneui oi rarent ana Mission sabbath
School. Lectures begin at eight o'clock. 4 15 8t
br additional Sptcial Notion f JnritU tfi-
M. DALY'S WHISKY WARE ROOMS,
i28 8. FRONT Street and 139 DOCK SL
OF THE BEST BRANDS
IN ORIGINAL BARRELS.
Among which may be found the celebrated "Golhrn
WKDniNo," Bourbon of ancient date; Wheat and
Rye Whiskies, all pure from manufacturers (in ori
ginal packages), including tnose weu-Kuown dis
tillers, THOMAS MOORE A SON,
JOSEPH 8. FINCH A CO., and
The attention of the trade Is requested to test
these Whiskies, at market rates. 2 4srnw
Igy- A STATED MEETING OF THE SUNDAY
SCHOOL ASSOCIATION OF THE P. F,
CHURCH IN PHILADELPHIA wl'l be h'd -n
MONDAY EVENING next, April 17, at Trinity
Church, Catharine street, above Second, at a qn,ncr
before eight o'clock. The subject of the a'Hresa
will be "Object Teanhlpg." The address tube de
livered by Rev. JOHN BOLTON, of West Chester,
4 16 2t JOnN ZEBLEY, Jr., Eec. Sec'y.
gsr OFFICE CATAWISSA RAILROAD COM-
PANY, No. 424 WALNUT Street.
Philadklphia. April 10, 1S71.
The Annual Election for President and Directors
or this Company will be held on MONDAY, the 1st
day of May, 1871, between the hours of 18 M. and
8 P. M. EDWARD JOH NSON,
4 13ths6t Secretary.
rt&p- THE BUSINESS COMMUNITY WILL
find lndlspeimable the new process of printing
by which Press Copies can be tken from forms
printed at HELFEN&TE1N & LEWIS' Railroad and
Commercial Printing Rooms, FIFTH and CHESNUT
gy- HON. NEAL DOW, THE FAMOUS ORIGI-
- nator or tne Maine Law, will lecture at HORTI
CULTURAL HALL. April 28. Subject: "Prohibi
tion the Vital Question of the Hour." Sale of Re
served Spats begins April 81, at No. 608 Arch street.
Ticnets, 85 cents. if
W PILES. DR. GUNNELL DEVOTES HI3
time to the treatment of Piles, blind, bleed
ing, or itching. Hundreds of cases deemed incura
ble without an operation have been permanently
cured. Best city reference given. Ollloe, No. 81 N.
ELEVENTH Street. 415 8m
LATEST STYLES IN GENTLEMEN'S
Boots and Shoes A large assortment of our
own make, ol different measures, always on hand.
8 19 tf No. 83 S. SIXTn Street, above Chesnut
NO STORE ON
CORIIELIUS & SOUS'
821 CHERRY St.
Itnllisloa In 1 70S.
Art U tiller leu and Warerooins,
No. OIO CHESNUT Qtroot.
reduced 80 per
cent, on former
4 1 Biath emrp
REAL. ESTATE AT AUCTION.
Estate of Hanson
Robinson, dee'd. Thomas
Bonn, Auctioneers. Very Elegant Country Seat
and Farm known as "Woolton Hall " Mansion,
Farm, and Tenant Houses, 60 acres, Philadelphia
and Wilmington Turnpike, Brandywlne Hundred,
Newcastle county, Del.. 8 squares from Bellevue
Station, on the Philadelphia, Wilmington, and Bal
timore Railroad, half mile from the River Delaware,
8 miles from Wilmington, 8 miles from Chester,
aud 83 miles from Philadelphia On Tuesday, May
16, 1871, at 12 o'clock, noon, will be sold at public
sale, without any reserve whatever, at the Philadel
All that very elegant conntry-seat and farm, corn
pricing to acres of land, sttoate on the westerly Bide
of the Philadelphia and WUrulrgton turnpike and on
two private roads, three ironts, about 9 miles below
cnesiu r, b above Wilmington, 83 rrom rnuadeipnia,
half mile oi the river Delaware, and about 8 squares
from Bcllevne Station, on the Philadelphia, Wil
mington and Baltimore Railroad. The Improve-
meats are an t-legnnt and spacious three-story stone
mauflon, main building 49 by 49 feet, extreme length
VI reet and circular piazza and portico around three
stars or it; constructed on tne casieiiaten style oi
architecture, being built In the most substantial
manner throughout; has large hall In the centre,
saloon parlor, conservatory, dining-room, library, -
kitchen, scuilerv, store and china room, and Ore-
prooi sale on tne nrst noor; 4 commodious chambers
(each having a bath-room and marble-top stationary
washptand, hot and cold water, water-closet) on
the second floor; chambers s bath-rooms, and 8
water-tant a (which f re suppil-d bv 8 hydra ilio rnns
one or tne tanks wm contain l-ou gallons ol spring
water on the third floor, and an observatory above.
Balconies, with winnows opening to them from all
the rooms; private stairway, numerous closets (In
cluding cedar and wlne),stalned glass windows mar
ble mantels, wans and ceilings beautirully frescoed,
handsomely papered and painted, gas (with hand
some fixtures) and water throughout, 6 bath-rooms,
watei-closets, bell-calls, 8 furnaces, cooking range,
A genteel !v-story stone farm house, two-story
stone tenant bouse, stone stable and carriage house
(Norman style), stalls for five horses; stone ice
house, filled, with a keeping-room for provisions;
frame tool house, stone and frame barn, gsia bouse,
built of stone, complete arrangement for making
gas, tne operation very simple; frame chicken
house, 6 a3rrs or woodland, a rivulet of pure spring
water runs through it, and collected by a email dam,
ana csrriea it's icet tnrougn iron pipes into the ram
box, the surplus flowing Into the pond; also a fish
pond, beautiful stone wall on the turnpike front.
capped with North river flagging; very elegant
Osage orange hedge, forms a beautiful enrve around
the front lawn ; the gravel drives about half-mile in
length, ranxing from 10 to 80 feet wide ; are thor
oughly made, paved with large stones and covered
wnn broken stones and gravel, and underground
drainage ; large vegetable garueu, beautiful lawn,
in the centre of which Is a handsome iron summer
house, surrounded by beautiful trees ; abundance of
fruit trees, apple orchard, etc. ; also, 416 beautiful
abd well-grown forest and evergreen trees on the
sides of the drives and around the mansion.
This property was built by the late Hanson Robin
son, for his own occupancy, and no expanse has
been spared to make It a very elegant aud finished
country eat, all the 'naterlals being of the best, and
the grounds beautirully luid out. The mansion is
located in the centre or an extensive lawn, elevated
ouer 800 feet above the river Delaware, and com
mands a beautiful and extended view up and down
the river and surroundings.
The location is especially healtnv. Photographs.
plans, and pamphlets, containing more full particu
lars, mav be seen at tne Auction Rooms, Philadel
phia, or at the oillce of Samuel M. Harrington, Esq.,
Attorney for the Executrix, second story, building,
Seventh and Market streets, Wilmington, Delaware,
where any one wishing to view the premises can get
a conveyance. Trains leave Philadelphia at 8 30 aud
11 A. M., and 8 30, 6, and 7 P. M. for Bellevue Sta
tion. The house and premises will be reidv for In
spection at all times. On Tuesdays and Fridays of
e eh week a carriage will be at Bellevue Station on
the arrival of 11 A. M. and 2-30 P. M. trains from
Philadelphia, to convey visitors to the property.
Terms or sale. t wo-tinros oi tne purchase money
roiiy remain on the premises, to be secured, with
Interest, etc., by bond and mortgage, with policy of
fire insurance transferred as collateral.
Immediate possession. $1000 to be paid at time
M. THOMAS A SONS. Auctioneers.
4 15 s 6t Nob. 139 and 141 S. FOURTH Street.
PUBLIC SALE-THOMAS A SONS. Auc
tioneers. On Tuesday. May 8. 1871. at 18
o'clock. Ik on, will be sold at public sale, at the
rnuadeipnia xcnange, the following described
property, viz. :
No. l. T o-story brick dwelling, Sixtv-flfth
street, south of Callowhtll street. AU that two
Btoty Mansard-roof dwelling, with bay window.
verandahs etc, and lot of ground, situate on the
eait side of Sixty-fifth street, 76 feet south of Cal-
lownui street,; containing in ironist reel, ana ex
tending In depth 14B feet to a 10 feet wide alley. The
house contains large parlor, aining room, xitcnen,
and 6 chambers, built in the best manner, etc
Terms f 2000 may remain on mortgage. Immediate
No. 8. Two-story brick dwelling. Sixty-fifth street,
north of Race street. All that two Btory brick Mansard-roof
dwelling, with two-story back building and
lot or ground, situate on tne west sire oi sixty-una
street, 800 feet north or Race street ; the lot contain
ing in rront on Sixty-fifth street 40 feet, and extend
ing in depth 885 feet to a 60 feet street. It is sub
stantially built: has parlor, sitting-room, dining-
room, kitchen, and 6 chambers. Terms woo may
remain on mortgage, immediate possession, f or
further particulars, apply to Jeremiah Bonsall,
S. W. corner Sixty-fifth and vine streets.
M. THOMAS a. SONS, Auctioneers,
4 15 63t Nos. 139 and 141 S. FOURTH Street.
RBAL ESTATE THOMAS A SONS' SALE.
BI"S Modern Three-story Brick Residence, with
sideiard, No. 6i3 Franklin street, south of spring
Garden street. On Tuesday, April 18, 1871, at 12
o'clock, noon, will be Bold at public sale, at the
rnuaaeipma xcnange, an mai moaern mree-story
brick meisuage, with three-siory back buildings and
lot or grot na, situate on tne east siae or t ransitu
street, 67 feet 8U inches south of Spring Garden
street, o. 613 ; the lot containing in front on Frank
lln street 88 fett 6 Inches, and extending in depth
91 feet 10 inches on the north line, aud 60 feet
Inches on the south line. The house has the modern
conveniences; contains 13 rooms, handsomely
finished: gas introduced, batn, not ana cold water.
furnace, cooking range, underground drainage to
sewer, etc. Terms -s aooo may remain on mortgage,
Immediate possession. May be examined.
n. TiiuitAS uis. Auctioneers,
It Nos. 139 and 141 S. FOURTH Street.
fr REAL ESTATE THOMAS A SONS' SALE.
U"t uenteei Tnree-story urick store ana uweiung,
No. 1070 East Norrls street, second house above
ThonTBon street. On Tuesday, May 8, 1871.
at lv o ciock. noon, win ue boiu at puoiio sae, at
the Philadelphia Exchange, all that genteel three-
story brick dwelling, wnn two-story back bunding
sua lot oi grouna, Biiuaie no. iuiu ast n orris
street, second house above Thompson street: con.
talntng in fronton East Norris street 15 feet9 inches.
ana extending in neptn ins lee. s incnes, to a 4-feet
wide alley, with the privilege thereor. It is occu
pied as a store and dwelling, contalus 8 rooms ; nas
ps, bath, hot and cold water, range, etc. Terms
18000 may remain on mortgage. Immediate pos
session, ror runner particulars, apply to p. c.
Headman, JNO. 64 rcn street. ,
JH. TUiJft'AS x wuis s, Auctioneers,
4 lfisSt Non. 189 and 141 8. FOURTH Street.
I REAL ESTATE -THOMA8 -SONS' SALE.
I j twestorv Hrick Dwellings, Nos. 713 anl
7iJ) Pierce ftreet, wst Of Sevunth street and south
of Morris street. First wnrd. On Tuesday. Mav 8.
1S71. t 12 o'clock, noon, will be sold at pabilo ale, at
the Philadelphia Exchange, all tiiosn 8 two-scory
brick dwellings and lot of ground, situate on the
north Bide of Plerse street, 114 feet west of Seventh
street, nob. 713 and 715: eauh containing in rront
on Pierce street 14 feet, and extending In depth 41
leeu Togetner witn tne common use and privilege
c f a 8 feet wide alley, laid out aud opened. They
each hav. 4 rooms, gas, rantre, etc. Each subject
to a yeanv ground-rent or 39. Immediate pos8s
'slon. They will be sold separately. Keys at No.
983 Scuth fifteenth street.
M. THOMAS it SON, Auctioneers,
41s3t No 1H9 and 141 8. FOURTH Street.
ftta. PEAL ESTAVE-THOM AS SONS' S L1.
U wo-story brick Dwelling, No. 1SJ2 Bond
street, between Twelfth and Thirteenth street,
l elow Moore street. On Tuesday, April 85, 1871, at
18 o'clock noon, will be sold at public sale, at the
rhliHrii'ipina txcnangn, an inai iwo-story brick
dwelling and lot of ground, situate on the west Bide
of Itond street, below Moore street, Na. 1838: con
taining 111 front on Bond street 14 feet, and extend
ing in deptn on tne aoutu uuo iu iei x locnea, and
on the north line 1 feet 7 inches, to a 80-reet wide
seeet. Subject to a redeemable yearly ground-rent
of 38 currency. Terms Oash.
H. THUMAB ounn, Aucuoueers,
15 s8t Nob. 139 and 141 S. FOURTH Street.
ff-f REAL ESTATE Tilt Mo HUNS' SALE.
V'i? businefca Stand. Three-story Brick Store and
DwelliLg, No. 1733 S. Fifth street, eelow Morris
stiett n Tuesday, May 16, 1371, at 18 o'clock,
noon, will be sold at public Bale, at tan ruuaaeipuia
Exchange, all mat lot oi grouna, wan me mreu-niory
brick mecu-uuge, with two-storv brick back building
thereon ereoied, situate on the eatt side or Flf tti
blreet. 116 feet 0 incnes soutn oi morns atreet, r iiui
ward. No. 1733. oppooite depot or Klfth and Sixth
Streets Passenger Railway; containing iu rront on
r um street 15 feet, and extending in aeptn o leet
Inches. Terui 116"0 may reimtln on mortgage.
M. THOMAS A HONS, Auctioneers,
1 1CM.CJU3 N.OS, Ut aad U1JS. FOURTH Street.
OPENING OF NEW
ftllLLIKERI'S LINEN STORES,
1128 CHESNUT Sireet and 828 AECII Street,
Our Spring Importation Now Open.
PRINTED LINKN LAWN DRESSES.
rLAIN WHITE LINEN LA WN DRESSES.
BEAUTIFUL PRINTED SHIRTING LIN ESS.
We are showing the rxoBt beautiful assortment of Printed Linens la the country. The patterns are
all new atd very stylisn.
PLAIN LINENS FOR SUITS.
Plain Buff Linen. Bun Parisian Linen.
Plain Buff Linen Lawns. . - Plain Flax Lawns.
Plain Chocolate Linens. Orey Linens.
THE FRENCH PIQUES AT 50 CENTS.
We have received BO pieces more of this Pique. Undoubtedly the best bargain or the season.
OUR WHITE GOODS DEPARTMENT
Contains all the most desirable makes of Nainsooks,
Lawns, Bishop Lawns, French Muslins,
No. 904 CHESTNUT STREET.
FRESH GHIFM MATTINGS.
WHITE RED CHECK, AF.D FANCY
50 PIECES FRENCH AXMINSTER,
83 25 PEE, YAX0.
fr br.yvL' v
IVo. 723 CHESNUT Street,
A visit to crar 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 us for our special account, 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, $i'12 per yard.
OTHER GOODS JUST AS LOW.
PEADODY & WESTON,
No. 723 CHESNUT Street, next door to Masonio Hall.
REAL ESTATE AT AUCTION.
fKKAL ESTATE -THUM AS A SONS' -AL.K.
Valuable Business Stand. Three-story . brick
ry Stable, tio. i!06 S. Eleventh street, below
Walnut street, Mjtf feet front. On Tuesday, May
2, 1871, at 13 o'clock noon, will be sold at public sale,
at the Philadelphia Exchange, all that valuable
three-story brick stable (with basement) and lot of
ground, situate on the west side of eleventh treet,
south of Walnut street, No. S06, the lot containing
in rtontou Eleventh! street 55 feet, and extending
In depth along Zenobla street 62 leet. The stable
has a press-brick front, good basement, the con
veniences, etc., lias accommodations for about 100
horses and 100 carriages. There is room for three
stores on this lot. Immediate possession. Terms
110,000 may remain on mortgage.
M. THOMAS & SONS, AncMoneers.
4 18 3t Nob. 139 and 141 8. FOURTH Street.
M PUBLIC SALE THOMAS A 80NH, Auc
tioneers. Two-and-a-hair-story stone Dwelling;
aud Stable, Na 65 Stmrpnack street, Uermautotvn.
Ou Tuesday, May 8, 1871, at 13 o'clock, noon, will be
sold at publie sale, at the PhiUdetphla Exchange,
all that two-anrt-a-hair-st try stone dwelling, frame
stable and lot of ground, situate on the southeast
ward side of Sharpnack street and northeastwardly
side of Nash street, Uennsntown, Twenty-seiiond
ward; thence extending northeast along ntiarpnack
street 60 feet; thence southeast 119 fe?t inch:
thence southwest 61 leet it Inches to Nash street, a'id
thence northwest along Nash street 119 r;et xi
inches to the place or beglunlug. Also a lot adj lin
ing, fronting on Sharpnack street 40 feet 10 niches,
and extending In depth on tne southwest line 119
feet J4 Inch, and on the noriheast line 118 feet
Inches. Temis, hair cath. May be exainmed.
Clear or all Incumbrance. Immediate possession.
M. THOMAS A SONS, Auctioneers,
41663t Nos. 139 and Ul S. FOURTH Street
ffa. REAL KSTATE THOMAS & SONS' SA E.
Ij-jji Modern Two-story fetone Dwelling-, Race
street, east or Thirty-sixth street. On Tuesday,
May 9, lBiii at it o ciock, noon, win Do sola at pub
lic sale, at the Philadelphia Exchange, all that lot
or ground, with the two-story st i.e dwelling (French
roof) with two-story back buildings thereou erected,
Situate ou the north side or Race street, loo feet
east of Thirty-sixth street; containing In fronton
Race street SO feet, aud extending In depth 100 feet.
The house has all the modern convenlen;tB. h t
and cold water, bath, gas, range, etc. Terms $1500
may remain on mortgage. Imntil!ite possession.
, . M. THOMAS & SONS. Auctioneers,
4 15 29M6 NoB Vi and 141 S. FOURTH Street.
HEAL ESTATETHOMAS RUNS' SALE.
iiil Three-story Brick Dwelling. No. 338 North
ffifl-tf-eecGnd street, between Hurler and Hamilton
Bseets. On Tuesday, May 8, lsTl, at 13 o'clock, noon,
vlH be sold at public sale, at the Philadelphia Ex
change, all that three-story brick messuage, with
two-story back buildings and i t of ground, situate
o the west side of Thirty-second street, between
iurliig ana Hamilton streets, rvo. ess; couutnlug in
front on Thlrty-aecoml street SO feet, and extending
In depth 115 feet; has h rooms and butli room;
neater, range, hot and cold water. Terms Half
cakh. Immediate possession.
21. THOMAS A SONS, Auctioneers,
1 15 B3t NOB.J39 aiid 141 S. ifOURTH Street.
REAL ESTATE THOMAS - SONS' SALE.
3 Genteel Three-stoir Brick Dwellings. Nos.
'i3and V315 Tnllp street. Nineteenth wrd. On
l'nesdsy. Mays, lbii, at 13 o'clock, n' on, win be
said at public sale, at the Philadelphia Exchange,
all those 3 genteel three-story brick messuages and
lets or ground, situate Nos. 3313 ami 3315 Tulip
street, Nineteenth ward; each continuing in front
on Tulip sireet IS feet, and extending in depth 60
feet. Esch contains rooms; have gm fixtures
throughout, eta Terms liixio may remain ou
mortgage on each.
M. TUOMA.8 fc SONS. Auctioneers.
415e3t Nut. US and ltl ti. FOURTH bueet.
Soft - finish Oarobrlcs. Swiss and India MullB, Victoria
extra widths, Hamburg Edgings.
few w i W3
REAL ESTATE AT AUOTION.
f? EXKt'UToRs:SAL, TO CLOS KAN ESTATE.
U! THOMAS k SONS. Anctioneern.Two three-
biory brick Dwellings, Nos. 784 and 736 West street,
tin Tuesdav, May 8, 1671, at 19 o'clock, noon, will be
sold at public sale, at tire Phllndulphla Exchange,
all those two three-otorv brick messuages and lots
or ground thereunto belonging, situate on the west
side of West street, Nos. 734 and 736 ; eauh lot con
tntning in front ou West street 14 feet I Inch, and
extending in depth 73 feet to a 8 feet wide aller.
They will be solrt gepurately. Terras, one-iuir e sh.
M. THOMAS A RtNS, Auctioneers.
4 15 s3t Nos. 139 and 141 8. FOURTH Street.
JNGLISH AND SCOTCH ALES AND
Just received, afresh Invoice of Guinness' Ixtra
Dublin Stout, Tennant's English Ale and Brown
Stoat, Rooert Younger'! Sparkling Edinburgh Ale,
Boss A Co.'b East India Pale Ale, Allsopp's Pale Ale,
In stone and glass, all In fine order, oar own Import.
A fall line of choice and desirable FAMILY GRO
N. W. Corner TWELFTH Street and
11 10 tnstnt HI L ADKLPHIA.
WINSLOW'S GREEN CORN at only ISc. per Can.
PIK PEACHES, in large 8 lb. cans, at iso. " "
TABLE " " " 35c. " "
BEhFS TEAK TOM ATOES, ' 3io. ' "
ANDhRSON'8 ASPARAGUS, ' ' 33.
FRESH CANTALOUPS. ' 15c. "
These goo's are warranted to be of the best
quality, and new goods. For sale at
COUSTYS East End Grocery,
No. 118 South IGCOIU NC,
8 2tbtarp5 Below Chenot, Wen side.
Imported aud Domestic Groceries.
A. J. Ih A911.
N. IV. Corner CIIESXUT nd SECOND St.,
Win 110,000, AND OTHER AMOUNTS
?l,Ullt,, to Joan on mortgage. Applyto
' ' LEWIS H. RED MElt,
414 8t No. 731 WALNUT Blreet.
QTO RENT HANDSOME BROWN-8TONB
Besldeuoe, Broad and Thompson streets.
D. M. FO V h. 80N8,
415stath3t No. 640 N. FIFTH Street
MORE I I JP I3
DR. L. Q. C. VVISHART'S
Pine Tree: Tar Cordial
Invigorates, purifies the blood, acta on the
Kidneys, stimulates the Lungs, and electrifies
the whole system, assisting Nature without
injuring the most delicate fibre.
DR. 1. Q. C. "WIRHART'S MEDICINE
Is not a patented humbug, or an alcoholio
beverage. lie has demonstrated more than
be has published in recommending his unrU
valltd medicines for the consideration of the
afflicted. He has an anatomical theory, which
tnablcs him to make a correct diagnosie. His
preparations are composed of compounds of
the most valuable remedies for Throat and
Lung Diseases yet discover td.
Or. L. Q. C. Wishatt's Dys
Relieve Dizziness, Coslivcness, Headache
Flatu'ency. With their assistance they are
the effective cure of all diseases of the Sto
mach and Liver.
Dr. L. Q. O. WISHART challenges the
world to produce a more effectual remedy for
worms than his Worm Sugar Drops. They
have removed from children worms from the
smallest size to the tape-worm, fifteen inches
long. Call and see for yourself.
FREE OF CHARGE.
Dr. L. Q. C. Wishart's Office Parlors are
open from 0 A. M. to 5 P. M. for consulta
tion, by Dr. W. T. MAGEE. Associated with
him are two Consulting Physicians of acknow
ledged eminence. This opportunity is offered
by no other institution in the city.
Letters a eking advice will be promptly at
DC L. Q. C. WISHAET,
No. 232 NORTH SECOND STREET,
1 14 SI 43 wsast