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TliK DAILY EVENIMJ TELEGRAPH PHIL ADELPm A, TUESDAY, APRIL 25, 1871.
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rxzxws ounsiiiAxvjr.
City Atrs.
-Tbs Athletics beat picked nine yester
day by score of 26 to 7.
Jotm J. Deverin, a barber on Fifth
street, above Cheenut, is now under bonds
on the charge of a jtorb assault on a young
-woman named Mary McNaulty, on Saturday
Hight last.
The Board of iuardians are endeavoring
to have a wasb.-fcuse and drying-room con
nected with the Insane Department. Mr.
'Parker made a rowi,as usual, about the butter
'and flour. In violation of the rules of the
board he attempted to call up a matter that
"was disposed ef some time ago, and while he
'was chatterio;; away the board adjourned, and
left I'arker to talk to empty benches.
The stone masons demand $1 per dfy
for competent workmen, and will not take
less than $3 'AO nnder any circumstances.
The Sods of St. George on Sunday last
celebrated their ninety-ninth anniversary.
The following gentlemen were elocted officers
fer the ensuing year: rresident, James
Allen; ice-President, Shadrach Hill; Trea
surer, James 11. "Webb; Secretary, William
Underdo wd; Stewards, Joseph Lees, Samuel
Lees, John Lees, William II. Lucas, William
AVaterf.ll, Isaac Smith, William Ball, William
Beall; Messenger, Isaac Muff. In the after
noon a banquet was partaken of at the Con-'
tinental Hotel.
The thermometer yesterday at 3 P. M.
was 04 degrees, a rise of ID from six in the
morning.
Mrs. Catharine Malon, a landlady, re
ceive advanced rent for a house, and then
refused to give the house or the tenant's
money back. Alderman Kerr made tor pay
back the money yesterday.
Domestic Affairs.
The ship William F. Stover, from Liver
pool, just arrived at New York, had seven
deaths from small-pox during her passage.
One of the mills of the Home, New l'ork,
Iron Works was destroyed by fire on Sunday
morning, involving a loss of $150,000, on
which there was an insurance to the amount
of $100,000.
The regular sensions of the American and
Mexican Joint Commission were resumed yes
terday at Washington, and the term of the com
mission as fixed by the convention will expire
next February.
The miners of both the Schuylkill and
Lehigh regions are fast coming to terms, and
the resumption has already assumed each a
character as to warrant the belief that it will
Le general in the course of a few days.
Some of the aspirants for female suffrage
who failed to persuade the election officers to
accept their ballots at the recent Territorial
election in the District of Columbia are about
bringing suits for damages against these gen
tlemen, and it is their intention to carry their
cases np to the United States Supreme Court,
if such a thing be possible.
Foreign Affair.
The troops of Baez have again debated
those of Cabral.
The excitement in Ilayti relative to the
annexation of St. Domingo is abating.
The Commune have apologized to the
Paris gas company for the recent seizure of
its cash assets.
The Spanish generals recently exiled at
the Balearic Islands have received permission
to return bone.
The expected general attack upon the in
surgents' positions around Paris has not yet
commenced.
Pome of the churches in Paris which were
closed have been reopened and their cures re
leased from imprisonment.
The KiDg of Bavaria has written a letter
to Dr. Dolliuger, deploriDg the sentence of
excommunication pronounced against him.
The Communists have planted torpedoes
at St. Germain and the Versailles Kail way
station, and batteries are erected In Hue Cas
tellane. Owing to a disagreement between the
French and Germans the transports, which
were waiting at Hamburg to convey prisoners
to France, have been obliged to return empty
to Havre.
Bismarck stated yesterday, in the Ger
man Parliament, that, although the Freneh
should pay the first instalment of the in
demnity immediately, the forts north and
east of Paris would not be evacuated until a
final treaty of peace was concluded.
A large number of London match manu-
acturers and their employes, bearing peti
ions against the proposed excise on matches,
surrounded the Parliament House and the
House of Commons, yesterday, in so turbu
lent a manner that the police had to disperse
them.
President Thiers has given a reoeption
to a deputation from the Masonic lodges of
Paris, who, on behalf of the people of the
capital, asked for an armistice. In reply, M.
Thiers said that General Ladmirault had the
power to grant a truoe whenever it should
become necessary, but the Commune could
never be recognized by the Government.
FLOODS IS FEltU.
Seven TUousnml People SuboUtlug ou
C liar 11 y Terrible SulTeri'lug.
Accounts coutinue to arrive from all sides of
the damage done bv the late floods. It Is no
estimated that io the southern portion of the
republic alone $7,000,000 would not cover the
lotses sustained. Mr. Mont joy, the United States
Consul at Lawbajeque, lias forwarded a de
spatch to the American Minister in Lima, from
which is taken the following interesting descrip
tion of the Hood in Latabayeque:
This place tins been almost totally destroyed by
the lnuudattnn from the rivets, aud from thu fear
fully heavy raius th t have poured down f r four
teen days witUoat Intermission. The few h-inaes
that are still standing are but crumbling walls ami
unsafe to live in. We are without communication
with other tow lib, except uy meiua of two smtll
rafts and two boats brought by the people of the port
of Kan Jose, and two scow nialu aud brought by
Borne Americana at Terrluafe. Toe greater part of
the pec pie are encamped in huts builc of buatiMS on
the sand hilla and the Huacas the boat and raft
areemploted lu taking them away to trie Pampas,
whence they may proceed to the other towus; no
thing saved. The witter only came up to tho door
of my house, which ia hunt ou high grouud, but
through the roof the rain poured liicu a sieve, ruin
lug all my propony Person wliti whom I lud
business relations are reduced to btiKgary, and I
thus lose ainiost everyihtng 1 possesgHt. To-day I
have brought my family from the gaud hills an 1 tie
American t-ng ui'trs and carpenters are building uie
a bridge to enable me to get my family with
clothing and beddlug to San Jusi. An hourazo an
express srrivtd from the Governor of Terrlnafe, au
nounciug the treaklnir away again of the rlvur of
that dUtriot, whlcb poura its waters Into tat river
fissing through this city, and we expect
n a few hours to be agatu flooded, and
that the remaiuing houses will come down
In the street in which my huis la sltuaed
bnt three remain, mice among them ; but so injured
tiMbe unsafe, expecilng the roofs to cave lu any
moment. God help us and aave us from auottn-r
shower of rain ; with that we would remain witriout
an artleiof clothing. For fourteen daja we have
been soaked with water, and almost without food.
More than sevan thousand people are aubsiariogon
thecbailtyof the neighboring towns, but that cau
not last. The haciendas of sugar and cotton have
Buffered terribly: crops and cattie are all swept
away and no hopes are entei-ialued of planting
again this year; six month will be necessary for
the waters to subside aud the laud to dry ; this
calamity is second only to tfca earthquake or ISM at
rtquipa."
r A LACE STOCK CARS.
First ThrowR Trnln from St. 1.0 Is to
New York-Horn It All Works,
The departure for New York yesterday of the
first through train of Street's palace stock cars
loaded wirh -rattle is n event worthy of note.
The train left Venice -with 172 head -of steers.
A number of gentlemen Invited by Mr. Jainos
Montgomery, Vice-President of ttts company,
went over to Venice nd witnessed the manner
in which the cattle were shipper! on board of
the cars.
Tberf -were eleven cars painted green, each
arranged for holdJn? sixteen bent of cattle. To
place the cattle ta thee cars it required on an
average about nine minutes forcaeu car, but in
one isetance ttar. car was loaded with its com
plement of live stock in six minutes and a half.
Sometimes an obstinate animrl conld neither he
con-Ted nor driven, and bad to be propelled ty
wringing his tail and punching him with sticks,
in rmler to get him on the train, but as a per.e
Tbl thing the bovine passecrrers entered the car
up the inclined gangway with the alacrity of
any other passenger having a free pas.
The care are arranged with separate Calls,
separated by eates, which are closed as eocn as
an ox eero his place, and these stalls are -easily
adjustable to the sire of the animal, so aa to
aftoTd ample room for lvlne down, ani to rise
up- at will. A beddinjr of shavings is strewn
over tfce bottom, so that the animals have all
the accommodations of a first-class sleeping-car
to Test their bones. At the top of the car Is a
feed box, with canvas spouts which communi
cate with the feed basins underneath; also a
water tank, afTordtnir, a supply of water, by
which arrangement the cattle can be fed and
watered during the transit without unRhippiuz.
The cars are built some eight feet longer than
ordinary stock cars, and in regard to the width
Mr. Mulball expressed the opinion that expe
rience will require them to be wider. Under
tifath is the paseenger-car truck, with ellipti
cal springs and swinging bar, giviatr. to the car
the same ease of motion as the regular pasanner
car, the advantages of which are that the wear
ar,d tesrwillbe no greater, the -ease of motion
overcoming all evil effects of the sudden stop
ping and starting of the train. The stock train
will run through to New York in ninety-six
hours, instead of consuming ten days as form
erly, the animals being stalled, fed, aud watered
without any ucehippin?. The cars from here
pass- over the FennFylvania Company's liHes,
that company having made a contract for trans
porting cattle with the Street Falace Stock Car
Company.
The latter company charges three dollars per
head royalty in advance to the usual freight,
which royally covers the additional expense of
feeding, watering, and cost ot attendance. The
advantages are that stock will be delivered in
lees than one-half of the time consumed under
the old method of stock shipment, when four
stoppages had to be madeifor feeding, resting,
and watering. The cattle, it is claimed, will
now be delivered at their destination free from
bruises or losses by death, or beinsr. trampled
upon, squeezed, and hooked by their fellow-
passengers, i he shipper can likewise calculate
to an hour when his cattle will reach him, so as
to meet the most favorable market, which,
coupled with the eavin from shrinkage, It Is
maintained that from one-half to one and one
balf cent per pound will he saved to the shipper.
.. Louis I'vuiocrat '2d inst.
DEIt DEUTSCHE KEICUSTAG.
TJic Address lu Hrply to tlic Speech from
tlie Tin-one.
The following address in reply to the speech
from the throne has been drawn up aud intro
duced into the Relcneratn by members of all
political parlies:
Most Illustrious Emperor, Most Gracious Emperor '
and lx)rd: Under Divine guidance your Majesty
and the udtcd nation have succeeded in reaching a
goal so loLg deslrea by our ancestors and so ardently
hoped for by the present generation, on more solid
foundations than it ever hud, lias the Ueriuan Em
pire been restored. To preserve It In the fullness
of Its strength and to develop it for the promotion of
liberty and peace la the resolve of the natlou.
We beg your Majesty to accept the thanks due to
the Illustrious Couimtuirier-tii-l hlef of the German
army, due to the bravery aud devotion of our troops.
We "are fully sensible of the benefits conferred up n
us h.v deedB which have not only averted present
auger, bnt protected us from the recurrence of
similar troubles in the future. Defeat, and still more
the strength added to our Irontieis, will henceforth
restrain our neighbor.
The dire misfortune France is suffering now, !n
addition to the calamities of war, confirms a truth
which, thouph often Ignored, is never neglected with
impunity. In th family of civilized nations, even
the niot-t powerful can remain happy only by pru
dently confining their action to the Improvement of
their own domestic UaDp ness.
In times past, when her rulers were governed by
a doctrine imported from abroad, Germany, too,
chose to meddle with the concerns of other nations,
aid by doing so undermined her own existence.
The new empire is based upon our own views of
national and political life, aud, armed for defense,
will be entirely devoted to works of peace In her
Intercourse wiih foreign nations Germany claims
no more for her citizens than that repect which
right and International usage accord. Unmoved by
h 'Stility or friendship, she Is well conteu6 to leave
other nations to tlieuikeives, aud will be happy to
see them regulate their ovvu affairs as they think fit.
Interference with the Internal arrangements of other
rations will, we hope, never bo resorted to again
under any pretext or in any lorm.
Oladiy shall we assist your Majesty in solvtn? the
problems occasioned by the war and the constitu
tion of the empire. Our Drat endeavors will ha di
rected to the sacred task of healing th woun-'a in
flicted by the war, and fultllliug our duty to '.those
who have sacrificed life or heultli for the safety of
fatherland.
All bill submitted to us will receive our careful
a'.tebtiou. We sre not surprised at dmllng thv. the
pr paration ef bills devolving upon the aiinluHtra
Uve boards has been delayed by the war; an 1 we
cannot but hope tnai the legislation of the empire
will he equally eitluient as was that of the North
Herman Confederacy. The mtroduction of North
German laws into the Southern Siatcs enhances our
confidence In the lasting concoid of the consti.uent
elements of the empire, Inclusive of the orgaus
called upon to represent the individual States.
We are gratified to hear that the war Indemnity
will be employed for imperial purposes, and the
surplus used to satlsly the just claim of Individual
blares.
The German people cherish the warmest feelings
of brotherly sympathy for the Inhabitants of trie re
covered territories. Als:ice aud Lorraine are studded
with monument commemorating the most glorious
phases of German culture and national life. Al
though the verges of tlie past may In soma cases
have been obliterated by long estrangement, Alsace
and Lorrnlue have been our owu lor a thousand
years, and the majority of their inhabitants to this
day re tun our lauguage und national euamcteris
ties. We hope that legislation and administration
v ill unite In reviving the German uaMouallty in
those spiendid provinces, and in strengthening the
ties which bind them to us by conciliating their feel
ings. Iu this spirit we shad undertake the work of
ordering the rearrangement to b) Introduced in
Alsace aud Lorraine.
Your Imperial Majesty : Germany, to be satisfied,
and Uu rope, to be sale, r quired the ektab'ishmeut
of theOtrman empire. Our national longings for
unity have been fulfilled at last, and we have an
empire protected by an Emperor, and placed under
the safeguard of Its charter aud its Uws. Af er this
Germany has no more ardeat wish then to achieve
victory in the noble suite for peace aud liberty and
tbelr attendant blisstrgs
We are the most faithfully devoted subjects of
your Imperial Majesty.
Her Pbutschi Hkichstao.
An old citizen of Morrisvllle, Vt., and his
wife died very suddenly on the evening of the
4th inst., within ten minutes of each other, lie
was eighty-nine and she eighty-four years of
age. A lady li vine with them left them for a
few minutes, the wife lying on the bed and the
husband silling in a chair. When she returned
the old lady was dead, and the husband, whom
she hesitated to tell, conversed some, and before
friends could be summoned died without know
ing that Lis wife had passed away. They had
Uvea togeiner 6ixty-iour years.
MILLINERY.
iyj R 8. R. D I L L O
NOS. 823 AND 831 SOUTH BTREET,
FANCY AND MOURNING MILLINERY, CRAPE
VEILS.
Ladles' and Hisses' Crape, Felt, Olrnp, Hair, Satin,
Silk, Straw and Velvets, Hats and Bonnets, French
Flowers, Hat and Bonnet Frames, Crapes, Laces,
Silks, Satins, Velvets, Ribbons, sashes, Ornaments
and all kinds of Millinery Goods.
REW. ESTATE AT AUCTION.
-KXECUTKIXS PEREMPTORY SALE.
Bvt of HaHBon Kobinson. dee'd. Thomas
TEooi, Auctioneers. Very Klegant Country Seat
and i-arm known as "wooiton Hall' Mansion,
Farm. "and Tenant Houses, 60 acres, Philadelphia
and "Wilmington Turnpike, Brandywlne Hundred,
Newcastle county, Del., 8 squares from Uellevue
Mat'.on.on the Philadelphia, Wilmington, and Bal
timore Railroad, half mile from the Klver Delaware,
S miles from Wilmington, 9 miles from Chester,
ani 23 miles from Philadelphia On Tuesday, May
13, 1S71, at 12 o'clock, noon, will be sold at mibbo
sale, without any reserve whatever, at the Philadel
phia Exchange
All that very elegant country-seat and frm, com
prising f 0 acres of land, slinate on the westerly side
or the Philadelphia and Wilmlrgton turnpike and on
two private roads, three ironts, about 9 miles below
Chester, 3 above Wilmington, ti from Philadelphia,
half mile ot the river Delaware, and about 3 squares
from Uellevue Station, on the Philadelphia, Wil
mington and Ilairlmore Kail road. The Improve
ments are an elegant and spacious three-story stone
mansion, main building 49 by 43 feet, extreme length
91 fut and circular piazza and portico around three
sides of It; coiistructed on the castellated styleof
architecture, being built in the most substantial
manner throughout; has large hall In the centre,
snloon parlor, conservatory, dining-room, library,
kitchen, scullery, store and china room, and tiro
proof safe on the lirst floor; 4 commodious chambers
(each having a bath-room and marble-top stationary
washstand, hot and cold water, watjer-closet) on
the second floor; 4 chambers, s bath-rooms, atsd 2
watcr-taut s (which are supplied bv h?drailio mm
one of the tanks will contain 1300 gallons ot spring
water on the third floor, and an observatory ahovc.
Balconies, with windows opening to them from all
the rooms; private stairway, numerous closets (in
cluding cedar and wtne),stHlned glaps windows, mar
ble mantels, walls and ceilings beautifully frescoed,
handsomely papered and painted, cs (with hand
some fixtures) and water thrviuphout, 6 bath-Tooms,
water-cit)8ets, bell-calls, 2 furnaces, cooking range,
etc.
A genteel 2X-stxry stone farm house, two-story
Stone tenant house, stone rtnble aud camegT house
(Norman styled, stalls foe five horses; ftone Ice
house, filled, witta a keep.ng-room for provisions;
frame tool house, stone acd frame barn, km house,
built of stone, complete arrangement for making
pas, the operation very simple; frame chicken
house, C asreg of woodland, a rivulet of pure spring
water runs through it, and collected by a snail dam,
Rnd carried i'2S feet through iron pipes into the ram
box, the surplus flowing into the pond ; also a fish
pond, beautiful stone wall on the turcflke front,
capped with North r'.ver flagging; very elegant
Osage orange hedge, forms a beautiful curve around
the front lawn; the gravel drives about half-mile In
length, ranging from 10 to 20 feet wide; are thor
oughly made, paved with large stones end covered
wbh broken stones and gravel, aud underground
drainage; large vegetable gardcu, bene tiful lawn,
in the centre of which is a handsome Iron summer
house, surrounded by beautiful trees; abundance of
fruit trees, apple orchard, etc. ; also, 413 beautiful
and well-grown forest and evergreen trees on the
sides of the drives and around the mansion.
This property was built by the late Hanson Ttohln
son, for his own occupancy, and no expanse has
been spared to make It a very elegant and finished
country seat, all the materials beiug of the best, and
the grounds beautifully laid out. The mansion Is
located in the centre of an extensive lawn, elevated
ouer 200 feet above the river Delaware, and com
mands a beautiful and-extended view up and down
the river and surroundings.
The location Is especially healthy. Photographs,
plans, and pamphlets, containing more full particu
lars, may be seen at the Auction Rooms, Philadel
phia, or at the oilice of bamuel At. 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 and
11 A. M., and 2 30, 5, ar.d 7 P. M. for Believue Sta
tion. The house and premises will be ready for in
spection at all times. On Tuesdays and Fridays of
et ch week a carriage will be at Bel'evue Station on
the arrival of 11 A. M. and a so P. M. trains from
Philadelphia, to convey visitors to the property.
Terms of Sale. Two-thirds of the purchase money
may remain on the premises, to be secured, with
interest, etc., by bond and mortgage, with policy of
fire insurance transferred as collateral.
Immediate possession, f 10K) to be paid at time
Of sale.
M. THOMAS & SONS. Auett.ineers.
4 15 s 6t Nos.J39 aud 141 S. FOURTH Street.
rt'BLIO SALE THOMAS &. SON'S. AITO-
u1 tioncers. On Tuesday. JUav 2, 18T1. at 12
o'clock, noon, will be sold at public sale, at the
Philadelphia Exchange, the following described
property, viz.:
No. 1. Tno-story brick dwelling, SlJttv-firth
street, south of Cailowhill street. Ail that tro
Btory Mansard-roof dwelling, with bav window.
veramiHns. ere, nnn lot of erounu. annate on cno
east side or Slxty-lirth street, Itf feet south of Cai
lowhill street; coutainiug in front 8S feet, and ex
tending In depth 1-15 feet to a 10 feet wide alley. The
house contains large panor, dining room, kiccneu,
and 8 chambers, built In the best manner, etc.
Terms 12C0O may remain on mortgage. Immediate
possession.
No. 2. Two-story brick dwelling. Sixty-fifth street,
noith of Race street. All that two story brick Mansard-roof
dwelling, with two-story back building and
lot of ground, situate on the west side of Slxty-llfth
street, 200 feet north of Race street; the lot c mtaln
lnar in front ou Sixty-fifth street 40 feet, and extend
ing in depth 225 feet to a 60 feet street. It Is sub
stantially built; has parlor, sitting-room, dlnln-
room. kitchen, and 8 chambers. Terras 12000 may
remain on mortgage. Immediate possession. For
further particulars, apply to jcremtati iionsall,
S. w. correr Mxiy-niin son vine streets.
la. thoma & sons. Auctioneers,
4 15 S3t N0JL139 and 141 S. FOURTH 8treet.
REAL ESTATE THOMAS & SONS' SALE.
Oenteel Three-story Brick Store and Dwelling,
.0. 1070 East Norrla street, second house atwve
Thompson street. On Tuesday, May 2, 1H71,
at 12 o'clock, noon, win oe sold at public sa'e. at
the Philadelphia Exchange, all that genteel three-
story brick dwelling, wiih two-story back building
and lot of ground, situate No. 1070 East Norrts
street, second house above Thompon street; con
taining In fronton East Norris street I5feet9 Inches.
and extending In depth 108 fee', 8 Inches, to a 4-fet
wide auey, wi'n rne privilege inereor, llisocci
pied as a store and dwelling, contains 8 rooms: has
gs, bath, hot and cold water, rang, etc. Terms
l-.'iKio may remain on mortgage. Immediate pos
sesion, ror luriuer particulars, apply to t, v.
licauuiau, io. dz rcii street.
M. THOMAS k SONS, Auctioneers,
4 15s3t Nob. 139 and 141 S. FOURTH Street.
m
REAL ESTATE THOMAS & SONS' SALE.
2 two-story Brick Dwellings. Nos. 713 ant
716 Pierce street, west of Seventh street and south
of Morris street. First ward, on Tuesday. May 2.
1S71, at 12 o'clock, noon, will be sold at public sale, at
the Philadelphia Exchange, all those 2 two-story
brick dwellings and lot of ground, situate on the
conn side or Pierce street, 144 feet west of seventh
street, Nos. 713 and 715; each containing in front
on Pierce street 14 feet, and extending iu depth 4t
feet. Together with the common use and privilege
of a 2 feet wide alley, laid out and opened. They
each have 4 rooms, gas. range, etc. Each subiect
to a yearly ground-rent of f .19. Immediate posses
sion. J ney win oe boki separately, iievs at JN0.
923 South Fifteenth street.
M. THOMAS & SON, Auctioneers,
4 15s3t Nos. 139 and 141 S. FOURTH Street.
REAL ESTATE THOMAS SONS' SALE.
I :"li Valuable Business Stand. Three-story brick
Livery Stable, No. 206 8. Eleventh street, below
Walnut street, tax feet front. On Tuesday, May
9, 1671, at 12 o'clock noon, win oe sold at public sue,
at the Philadelphia Exchange, all that valuable
three-story brick stable (with basement) and lot of
tin und, situate on the west side of meveutn street.
south of Walnut street. No. 2013, the lot coutainiug
In fronton Eleventh street 55 feet, and extending
in depth along Zeuobla street 6i feet. The stable
has a press-brick front, good basement, tiio con
veuiences, etc., has accommodations for about loo
horst g and loo carriages. There Is room for three
stores on this lot. Immediate possession. Terms
10,UJ0may remain on mortgage.
M. THOMAS k NON, Auctioneers,
4 15 S3t Nos. 139 and 141 S. FOURTH Street
ft REAL ESTATE. THOMAS 4 SONS' SALE.
l "j Modern Three-story Brick Dwelling, No. 1314
Easter; st reet, between Thltteenth and Broad streets.
On 'luesday, May a, 1S71, at Vi o'clock, noon, will be
sold at public sale, at the Philadelphia Exchange,
all that modern three-story brick dweltinc iwlth
three-story back buildings aud lot of ground, situate
on the south side of Master street, west nf Thir
teenth street, No. 1314; containing lu fronton M ister
street 17 feet, and t-xterd'.ng iu depih 81 feet. Sub
ject to the restriction that no building for oib-nsive
occupation shall ever be erected ou s.ti 1 lor. It has
pan. I uih. hot aud cold water, heater, ranee, ete.
Imiiinilate possesblon. Terms fibw may remain
on mortgage.
M. THOMAS A RON'S, Auctioneers,
4 8 82 29 Nos. 139 and 141 S FOURTH Street.
fli PUBLIC SALE THOMAS 4 SONS,
if Auctioneers t.euteel a; story brick dwelling,
SS6 Stevens street, first house east of Kourta
street, Camden, N. J. Ou Tuesday, May 2, 1811, at
t o'clock noon, will be sold at public sa'e, at the
Philadelphia Exchange, all that genteel 2(-story
brick dwelling, with 21j-sUry bar k building and lot
of (.'round, situate, on the south side of Steven
street, i0 feet east of Fourth street, No. 836; eon
tsluirg In fronton Stevens street jeo feet, mid ex
teti'ii.g in dert& luo feet. The house has tho
modern conveniences; gis, bata, hot and old water,
gas oven, etc. May be examined.
M. THOMAS fc. SNS. Anrtlone:-rs,
4 20 22 29 Nos. U9 and 141 S. FOURTH btriteL
HEAL ESTATE AT AUOTION.
ft REAL KSTATE THOMAS & SONS' SALE.
L:aL Modern Three-story Brick Dwelling No. 11W
Snackaraaxon street, with 8 Three-story Brick Dwell
ings In the rear, Nos. 1128, 11 so, and 1132 Day street,
Kighteenth ward. On Tuesday. May 9. 1871, at 19
o'clock, noon, will be sold at public sale, at the Phi
ladelphia Exchange, all that lot of ground with the
improvements thereon erected, situate on tne nor in
east side of Shackamaxon street, 103 feet 5 Inches,
more or less, southeast of Glrard avenue, No. 1135;
containing In front on Shackamaxon street 20 feet,
and extending in denth northeast 90 feet, more or
less. Also, ail that lot of ground, beginning at a
point vu leei, more or less, northeast 01 snacna-
Bovtheastof Glrard avenue; thence extending south
east 40 net, more or less; thence northeast r reet
Miches, more or less: thence northwest 40 feet, more
or less; thence southwest 69 feet 9 inches to the
place or oiginning. Also, all that lot or ground, with
the Improvements thereon erected, beginning at a
point tm ieet northeast or Saacsamaxon street, Doing
123 feet 5 Inches southeast of Glrard avenue; thence
extending southeast 40 feet, more or less; thence
northeast 41 feet laches, more or less; thence
northwest 40 feet, more or less; thence southwest S9
feet 10 Inches, more or less, to the place of begin
ning, -ine improvements consist 01 a modern tnr"e
glory brick dwelling", with two story back buKd'tgs,
having the fas Introduced, bath, hot aud cold water,
water cloeet, oooklng-ranre, etc , fronting on Stack
amaxon street, No. UBS, and C three-story brick
dwellings, en containing six Tftoms, rrontiEg on
Dystre, Nos U2H, nso and 118. They 111 be
sold topetiier. Clear of all Incumbrance. Tlan at
the auction rooms. Possession 1st of July, t erms:
fsioo cash; balance may remain for six years.
may oe examined.
M. thomas fc sos, Auctioneers,
4 20 E2 29 Nos. 139 and 141 S. FOURTH Street.
KEAtj ESTAVE THOMAS fc SOW SALE.
,"(-On Tue8dav. Mav 2. 1S71. at 12 o'clcck. noon.
will besoliiat publto salu, at the Philadelphia Ex
change, the following described properties, viz, :
no. 1. -mree-siory or.'CK dwelling, no. mus
Thompson street, Twentieth ward. All that three
story brick messuago, with two-story ba;k building
and lot of ground, situate on the nr rth side of
Thompson street, 72 feet west of Nineteenth street,
Ko. 1908; the lot containing In front 16 feet, and ex
tending In depth on theeast line 76 feetc Inches, and
on tne west line m reet, widening on the rear to 13
feet inclieK The house has saloon ntrlor. dining-
room, and kitchen on the first floor; 2 chambers,
oatn-room, ano saloon -sitting-room oa the second
floor, and 2 chambers on the third floor; has the gas,
btrtb, hot. and cold water, cooklng-rance. heater, etc
Terms I3UU0 may tema-lu on mortgage. Immediate
possession.
jno. 2. 'l nree-story brick dwelling, wo. 1020 Amno7
street, Twentieth ward. All that three story brlcs
messuage and lot of croutid situate on the west side
of Amboy street, between Oxford street and Co
lumbia avenue, '.twentieth ward. No. 1620: the lot
containing in front 56 feet, including the northern
moiety or nsir part or en alley a reet 3 inches wide,
and extending in ( cnth 40 feet 6 Inches. House con
tains 6 rooms aud bpth-rootu ; has gas, hot and cold
water, -etc. i iearor an lncuraorance. Terms caeu.
si. tho.mas sorst. Auctioneers.
4 fi 22 29 Nos. 13U and 141 S. FOURTH Street.
'i REAL ESTATE THOMAS A SONS' SALE.
j. -On Tuesday, May 10. 1871. at 12 o'clock, noon.
will be sokl at pubi c sale, at the PhiladelnhU Ex
change, the following described property, viz. ;
tso. 1. inree vaiuaoie buildings lots, inos. 1331,
1333, and 13H5 North Seventh street. All those three
contiguous lots of Rround situate on the east side
of Seventh street, north of Thompson street, Nos.
l.wi, lo.i.i, ana i.-iho; eacn 101 containing in fronton
Seventh street. 18 feet, nnd extending in depth 100
rtet. .nos. 1331 and issa eacn subject to a veariv
ground rent of (63, No. 1335 clear of all incum
brance. Ttiey will be sola separately or together.
Terms, cash.
JNo. 2. Two-story brlos building and large lot. Nos.
1336 and IS38 Marshall street. All that large and
vaiuanie 101 or ground, witn tue two-storv brick
building thereon erected, situate on the west side of
Marshall strett, above Thompson street, Nos. 1336
and 1338; containing In front on Mar-hall street 36
feet, 8tid extending in depth 7 feet 10 inches. Clear
of all incumbrance. Terms, casti.
n. THOMAS Ar sons, Auctioneers,
4 22s3t Nos. 139 and 141 8. FOURTH Street.
PUBLIC SALE-THOMAS A SON. AUC
EM tioncers Two-and-a-half-story stoue Dwelling
and Stable, No. 65 Sharpnack Btreet, Germantown.
On Tuesday, May ?, 1871, at 12 o'clock, noon, will bo
soin at public sale, at tne riiiiadeipma rnxutiaoge,
all that two-and-a-half st ry stone dwelling, frame
stable and lot of ground, situate on the southeast
ward side of Sharpnack street and northeastwardly
side of Nash street, Germsntown, Twenty-second
warn; inence extending northeast along snarpnack
thotioe son tli wtmt el fent a Inoiiea to Nuh atreet, nrf
inence norinwest aiung xsasn street 119 reet iv
inenes to tne place 01 oegiuniug. aiso a lot adjoin
ing, fronting on Sharpnack street 46 feet 10 Inches.
iii-d extending In depth on the southwest line 119
feet U inch, nnd on the northeast line us feet 11 f
leches. Terms, haif caah. May be examined.
Clear of all incumbrance. Immediate possession.
M. 1HOMAS A SONS, Auctioneers,
4 15t3t Nos. 139 aud 141 S. FOURTH Street
REAL ESTATE. TUOMAS A SONS' SALE.
t (ilol n I'll roo urt'tr IivlL- UuolHonna hJn
U North HHeenth street, above Arch street. On
j utrM'uy m aj z, iet rf hi iz uciock. uoon, win DO
Cfilrt ur nntili fitili nt. Mm lhl injluinhla TTvnliirirva
all that modern three-story brick (mastic) ruesaunge,
with two-story back buiMincH and lot of ground,
Biiuitie tjii me fist emu ui r uieuuiii Hire?i-, uorui 01
Arch strei-t, No. 141; containing in front on Flf-
frif..ri O rrnt 1Q frt n rwl nvt.n.tir.r 1 r ilunth 111
tt Jill .K 1" II . b, (I l V4 VV lVUUU 114 II 11 II H'V UUb
to Kershaw street. The house h s parlor, dining
room ami kitchen on the lirst floor; gas, oath, hot
aim cum wit'er, wtiii;r ciuset, luruace, cooking
range, ttc. Terms One-third cash. Possesion 3d
Viaj. May be examined.
M THOMSS&. som.", Auctioneers,
4 82 set Nos. 1S9 and 141 S. FOURTH Street.
P", REAL KSTATE -THOMAS & SONS' SALE.
liusiiit ts S'aud. Three-story Brick Store and
Dwelling, No. Ii3i 8. Fifth street, below Morris
stiet n Tuesday, May IB, 1S71, at 12 o'clock,
noon, will be sold at public sale, at the Philadelphia
Exchange, all tLat lot of ground, with the three-story
brick niesfuage, with two-storv brick back building
thereon erected, situate on the east s'de or Fifth
Street. 816 feet o Inches south of Morris street, First
ward, No. 1733, opposite depot of Fifth and Sixth
Streets rassenger Railway; containing In front on
Fifth Btreet 10 feet, and extending in depth 6 feet
9 Inches. Terms-lisoo may remain ou mortgage.
M. THOMAS A SONS. Auctioneers,
41SMCJ113 Nos. 139 and 141 fj.FOURTU Street.
TiEAT. FSTATW TROVAS ROMS' SAT.F.
jiia Three-story Brick Dwelling. No. 839 North
Thirty-eecond street, between Bariog and Hamilton
streets. On Tuesday, May i, 1S71, at 12 o'clock, noon,
will be sold at public sale, at the Philadelphia Ex
change, all t hat three-story brick messuage, with
two-story back buildings and 1 t of ground, situate
on the west side of Thirty-second street, between
Baring and Hamilton streets. No. 833; containing In
front on Thirty-second street 20 feet, and extending
In depth 110 feet ; has 8 rooms and bath-room ; gas,
heater, range, hot and cold water. Terms Half
cash. Immediate possession.
M. THOMAS A SONS, Auctioneers,
4 18 B3t Nos. 139 and 141 S. FOURTH Street.
REAL ESTATE THOM AS & SONS' 8 ALE.
"1 2 Ueuteel Three-stoiv Brick Dwellings. Nos.
Sai3and 8315 Tulip Btreet, Nineteenth ward. On
Tuesday. May 2. lull, at 12 o'clock, ncou, will be
sold at public sain, at the Philadelphia Exchange,
all those 2 genteel three-story brick messuages and
lots of ground, situate Nos. 8313 and 2315 Tulip
street. Nineteenth ward ; each containing In front
on Tulip street 16 feet, and extending In depth 69
feet. Each contains 6 rooms; have gas fixtures
throughout, etc. Terms 1 1600 may remain on
mortgage on each.
j. tuujMas at tsorss, auctioneers.
415B3t
Nos. 139 and 141 S. FOURTH Street.
BLACK IIAWK GOLD MINING- COMPANY OF
NEW YORK.
AUCTION SALU BY TRU8TEES.
Notice Is hereby given that we, the undersigned,
BENJAMIN WHITE and BERIAU WALL, of the
City of Providence, In the State of Rhode Island,
under and In execution or the powers In us vested
by the deed of trust executed to us by said Black:
Hawk Gold Mining Company, bearing date on the
twenty-eighth day of May, A. D. 1806, and duly re
corded, wul sell at PUBLIC AUCTION at the Ex
change Salesroom, No. Ill Broadway, New York,
on the eleventh day of May, 1871, at 12 o'clock
noon, all the estate, lands, quarts lode mining
claims, mines, minerals, mining rights and Interests,
lands aud premises, Bhafta, levels, mills aud mill
sites, stores, storehouses, dwellings, and other
buildings and structures, water, water-powers, runs
and falls of water, water-courses, and water-rights
aud privileges, water-wheels, flumes, dltchvs, fur
naces, engines, steam-powers, tracts, machinery, re
torts, tools and fixtures, and all other estate and
iroperty, real, personal, or mixed, of said Black
llawk Gold Mining Company, situate In the County
of Gilpin, lu the Territory of Colorado, and con
veyed to as In and by the deed of trust aforesaid,
aud all the Interest aud title of said Company
therein.
Reference Is hereby made, as a part of this notice,
and for a full description of said estate and pro
perty, to said (Kid of trust, which may be examiued
at the otr.ee of W. U. WhiUrngham, No. 11 Wail
Street, New York City.
Terms of saie will be made known at the time and
p:ace vi sale. (i 15 taw to 10
v BENJAMIN WHITE, TrliatCM.
LLK1AH WALL, t Trustees.
CHINA, GLASSWARE, ETO.
GAY'S CHINA PALACE
Removed from 1012
TO
Wo. I 109 CHE8NUT Stroot.
Opening of the New Store
Monday, March 13.
An entire new Stock Imported and selected by
Mr. OAY in Europe, to which the attention of
Public Is Invited. We will commence In our New
Store on MONDAY, and offer goods at a great re
duction on former prices.
White French China Plnlr5Bets, 12T pieces... $1900
White Freoch China Tea hets, 44 pieces B'TB
White French China Tea Sets, 46 pieces 6-76
S one China Dining Sets, 98 pieces 1-73
Stne China Cups and Saucers.per set 13 pieces BO
Table Tumblers, per dosen M
Table oblets, per dor.en 75
Glass Tea Sets (4 articles) 49
Bohemian Cologue Sets, 8 Bottles and Tufl Box 90
An endless variety of Fancy Ooods, at an lm-
meusa reduction from former prices.
Ooods to go out of the city will be packed and de
livered to transportation office free of charge, and
insured against breakage to destination.
KIOW ROOMS OPEN TILL O'CLOCK AT
NIGHT. 4 82 a 12m
NEW PUBLICATIONS.
VELL'H FNCTCLOr-RDTA, DICTIONARY AND
j GAZETTfiBR IB NOW COUPLETK, IN
59 TARTS, AT 50 CENTS PER TART.
ZELL'S HEW DESCRIPTIVE HA. WD
Atlas of the World,
First two Tarts now readv, to be complete in S3
Parts, at so cents each. Experienced Agents Wanted.
T. ELIW00D ZELL, Publisher,
Nos. IT and 19 South SIXTH Street,
8 S3 tue3m PHILADELPHIA.
H
OOVEIl'S NKW CIIIMmOS.
"The Changed Cross," size 22x23, the finest ever
offered to the public.
"Mary and St. John," size 22x28, a most sublime
chromo.
"The Beautiful Snew," size 1GX22, a very Impres
sive picture.
"The Holy Family," size 22x28, a real gem.
"Delhi, Del. Co., N. Y.," size 22x23, a beautiful au
tumn scene.
Published and sold, wholesale and retail, by
J. HOOYEK, No. 804 MARKET Street,
8 18smw3m Philadelphia, second floor.
PAPER HANOINCS.
ftACLE,
COOKE
AND
EWINQ,
Taper Hangings,
No. 1210 CHESNUr St.,
8 18 Emw3mrp
PHILADELPHIA.
WINDOW BLINDS, ETO.
WINDOW BLINDS,
Lace Curtains, Curtain Cornices,
E0LIATSD SHADES,
PAINTED SHADES of the latest tlnta
BLINDS palDted and trimmed
8 tOKE SHADES made and lettered.
Picture Cord, Tassels, Etc, Kepalrlng promptlj
attended to.
B. J. WILLIAMS, Jr.,
So. 16 NORTH SIXTn STREET,
8 1 tuth3m " PHILADELPHIA
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES. ETO.
Q L O T II HOUSE.
JAMES
HUOER.
Ro. 11 north Mi:-'01 street,
Sign of the Golden Lamb,
Are w receiving a large and splendid assort men
of new styles of
FANCY CASSIMERES
And standard maxea of DO as IONS, CLOTHS an
COATINGS, 3 98 C1WI
AT WHOLESALE AND K ST AIL.
BARLOW'S INDIGO BLUE IS THE CHEAPEST
and best article In the market for
HM'KINU UI.O fllES.
It does not contain any acid.
It will not Injure the finest fabric.
It Is put up at
WllTBEnflRR'4 PRl'n NTORR,
No. 33 N. SECOND Street, Philadelphia,
And for sale by most of the OroeerB aud Drugirlsts.
The penulne has both 15 A U LOW'S and VVILT
HKKGEK'H name on the label ; all others are COUN
TEKFEXT. BARLOW'S BI.CB
will color more water than four times the sam
weight of Indigo. 8 23 tuthsttm
rp II ST. CLOUD."
This new elegant and commodious first-class llotel.
on AUCU btreet, above SEVENTH,
Now open.
Terms, 3 per day.
4 Urn O. W. MULLIN A BRQ., Proprietors.
vy I L 8 O N S
CARPET CLEANINO
ESTABLISHMENT,
4 1 8m No. 611 South SEVENTEENTH Street.
Q A R A C A S CHOCOLATE,
ported and for sale by MtWTT fc
4lm No. 129 B. FRONT Street,
A LBXANDKR O. CAT TILL A CO.,
A. PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. M NORTH WBAV&
AMD
HO. IT NORTH WATRR STREET,'
PHILADELPHIA.
AlBXAJTCn O. CArriBb VLUAaCAfVIL
SHEARING. ROLLING AND MEASURING;,
Fulling. Napping and Brushing Machines for
Carpets, cloths, and Prints. Shear both sides at
once, measure accurately, rolls the goods to retain
ground, fcuperlor Loom Temples,
6 0U1 GEO. C HOWARD,
No. IT S. EIGHTEENTH Street, Phila., Pa.
STEAM ENGINES, WITH PLAIN SLICE
valve, or cut off. Vertical, Horizontal, wad
lettable. Governors, Pumps, Pipes, and Valves.
GEOKGE C. HOWAHD,
6 mt No. IT S. EJUUTEENTU btreet.
AMUSEMENT.
MRS. .TOHN DREW'S ARCH feTREEX
THEATRE.
ADAM KTERLY
respectfully announces that his
BENEFIT
Will take place on
Saturday evening, April 99.
First time in many years, the brilliant Comedy, 10
five acts,
THE SOLDIER'S DAUGHTER,
With Mrs. JOHN DREW as m
THE WIDOW CHKERLY.
Governor Heartall F. F. Mackay
Frank Heartall Adam Kverly
Mr. Malfort D. K. Ralton
Charles Woodlcy 0. Burroughs
Timothy Quaint -.8. Hemple
Old Ferret W. U. WallH
Mrs. Malfort (for this occasion).... Mrs. T. A. Creese
jnlla Little Nell
And a Domestic Drama of great Interest, In three
acts,
TnE nARVESTHOME:
OR, THE HEIR OF DERWENT.
Caleb Kestral, a hawker AdamEverly
Cecil Derwent, of Derwent Hall L. L. James
Hon. Brassy Popjoy R. Craig
Trubbs, his tiger S. Hemple
Father Peeps F. F. Mackay
Frank Jlaridale C. Barrotigha
Mr. Reeves, Steward of the Manor.... W. H. Wailis
Amy, adopted daughter of Peeps..Mlss Lizzie Price
Mary Everett Mrs. T. A. Creeso
Mrs. Peeps Mm. Thayer
Box book now onen. 4 S3
A MERICAN ACADEMY
OF MUSIC
Beelns at 8.
Manager JOHN E. McD3N0UGH
UNIVERSAL APPROVAL OF
THE ENTIRE PRESS AND PUBLIC
of the production of the matchless spectacle of
"Til E BLACK CROOK."
ALL DELIGHTED.
NOT ON K DISSENTING VOICE.
CUT THIS OUT FOR REFERENCE.
78 Overture.
85 Ballet de Sabot.
8'ltt Ballet de Flours Madlle Adrlcnne.
S"20 Carllne's Song.
8- 85 Grand Incantation Scene.
9- 10 The Fairies' Grotto, with Stalacta's S )ng.
9iiO-Goblln Sprite.
. 9-30 The Demon's Revel.
9 46 Grand Developing Scene, from the O:otto t
the Lake of Ferns, with Crystal Ca icadc.
10-00 IllumiDRted Golden Terrace.
1005 Pas de Deux Lupo and Slg. Cost).
10 10 Pas rie Kollle.
10-15 Match Girl s Dance.
10- 18 Parisienue Matelot Dance.
10-25 The Wonderful Majlltona, and Child Ancri
cus. 10-45 The Great Skaters, Kcynocs; and Schmidt.
105 The Amszcnlan March.
1115 The Dazzling Transformation Scene Of the
PA LAC L OF DEW DROPS
MATINEE EVaRY SATURDAY. BEGINS AT 2.
Reserved Seats, f25; Admission, $1; Family
Circle, 60c. ; Amphitheatre, S5o.
Apply at BON KU& CO.'S Music Store, No. 1102
CHKSNUT Street, nnd at ACADEMY OF MUSIC,
from 9 A. M. till 6 1". M. 4 24 6t
w
EST PHILADELPHIA.
MORTON HALL.
AMATEUR CONCERT,
WEDNESDAY EVENING, April 26.
SIG. ETTOhE BARILI, Conductor,
MR. H. G. THUNDER, Fianlst,
MR. ZIMMERMAN, Violinist,,
have kindly volunteered.
PART FIRST.
1. Duo (Piano and Violin), "William Tell,"
Osborne and DcBeriot
2. Duo (Contralto and Baritone), "Barber of
Seville" Rossini
8. Solo (Tenor), "I waited for Thee".... Graham
4. Solo (Soprano), "Brf ak, Break" Thunder
I. 5. Solo(Plpno), Fantasia, "Trovatore"..Gottsoiais:
6. Solo (Contralto), "Kathleen Mavourncen,"
Crouch.
7. Trio (Soprano, Tenor, and Bass), "Lucre-
zla Borgia" Donizetti
TAUT SECOND.
8. Trio (Soprano, Contralto, and Tenor),
"Trovatore" Verdi
9. Solo (Baritone), "The Tear" S. D. 8,
10. Solo (Soprauo), "Una voce poco fa," "Bar- N
ber of S'. vlUe" Rossini
II. Solo (Piano), "Faust Valse" Liszt
18. Solo (Tenor), Der Trrcne" (Tear) St'gelll
13. Duo (Soprano and Bass), "I Maanadlerl". . . Verdi
14. Quintette, "Ernaut" Verdi
The Chlckerlng Grand Piano Is from the ware -
rooms of Mr. Willlum II. Button, Nos. 1120 and
1128 Chesnut street.
Tickets to be had at EONER'3, No. 1102'HESNUT
Street. 4 25 26 -
A L N U T STREET T 11 h H J.
THIS (Tuesday) EVENING, April 25.
Engagemei't for ti nights only or me joungand
accomplished Tragedienne and Vocalist,
MISS LI. LA BURNS.
Second night in Pia adelphin of Tom Taylor's new
Historical I'Ihv, In live actB, entitled
TtflXT AXE AND CROWN.
Act 1 The Roial Rivals.
Act 2 Treflson und the Arrest.
Act 8 Shudow of the Soxri'oid.
Act 4 The Lat Road of Eacupe.
Act 6 From the Scaffold to trio Throne.
D
AVENFoRTS OH ESN UT STRuiKT THEATRE.
Admission, f 1, 75, 50, ana 25 cents. Commence at
o u eiuciw.
THIS Tuesday) EVENING, April 25,
Si'. MARC.
E. L. DAVENPORT as St. Maro
Siippurud lv llin STAR COMPANY.
WEDNhSDAY EVENING C. li. TlIORNE'S
BPNhHT.
Thursday evening Walter lennoxs
BENEFIT.
Seats secured from 9 until 4 o'clock.
MRS. JOHN DREWS AH.'H" STREET
THEATRE Begins Vhifi o'elorR.
COMPLI M 1- N TA K Y TESTIMONIAL TO
MX. S K. M L'RDOUJI.
TO-N.GHT (Tuesday). April 25,
THE LADY OF LYON.
8. K. MURDOCH as....clau1eJHelnotte
Miss LIZZIE PILRsoN as Pauline
Who has kindly voluuteered her services.
And 1! A RISK R LEU e.
WEDNESDAY'-BENEFIT OF W. H. WALLIS.
SAT LRU AY B UN El- IT OF MR. A. EV'ERLY.
MERICAN MUSEUM AND MENAGERli",
Northwest corner cf N INTH and AKOH Streets.
Oeen dully from 9 A. M. till 10 P. M.
MYRIADS OF CURIOSITIES IN THE MUSEUM.
MONDAY, April 24, VVEUNASDAY aud SATUR
DAY MATINEES. I.EvVIS BAKER In his great
character of MR AWUKH.
Hew scenery, unrivalled cast of characters.
Admission, 2a cent.
Friday BbN EfiT OF LEWIS BAKKR. H13tf
ASSEMBLY BUILDING.
SUCCESS ASSURED!
FOURTH WEEK
DR. CORRY S GRKAT DIORAMA OF
IRELAND IN SHADE AND SUNSHINE,
EXHIBITED EVERY EVENING,
and WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY AFTERNOONS
Is the
TALK OF THE TOWN. 4 24 fit
Admission, 35 cents ; Reserved Seats, 50 cents.
ITOX'B NEW AMERICAN THEATRE, CHESNUT
JP Street, ar-ove Tenth.
EVERY EVENING and SATURDAY MATINEE.
MISS KATE FISHER
in Lord Bvron's great Drama of
MAfcEPPA! MAZEPPA!
with her magnificently trained steed "Wonder."
STAR PANTOMIME TROUPE,
with the original Black Crook Ballet, Ethiopian Bur
lesques, Local Sketches, etc.
rpUE ALllAMBRA, SEVENTH STREET,
X below Arch.
MONDAY, April 17,
And every evening durliur the week, the
GREAT CALIFORNIA CONSTELLATION OP
VARIETY ARTISTES,
FIFTY IN NUMBER.
FIFTY IN NUMBER.
4 inn FIFTY IN NUMBER.
Don't fail to go to the great Variety Theatre to-night.
' G RAND-BAZAAR" IN AID OF THE SICK
TOOROF ST. MARY'S HOSPITAL Is NOV
OPEN, and will continue for two weeks at CON
CERT HALL, CUiSNUT Street, above Twelfth.
Season tickets, 25 cents. Single admission, 10
cents. H
PRIME H
E A V Y
SllKL' OA I n,
COLLINS, WKTHER1LL ft CO.,
Seed (irowers,
Nos. 1111 and 1113 MARKET Street
GARDEN AND FLOWER SEEDS.
A Full Assortment,
OUR OWN fiROWTH.
COLLINS, WETHERILL A CO..
BEltD GROWERS,
4 4 tnfi it
No. 1111 and 1118 MARKET btreet.

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