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THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH PHILADELPHIA, THUItS.A f, MAY 25, 181.
MUSICAL AND DRAMATIC. The Cltjr Amusements. At thb Academy of Music Meyerbeer's grand opera, of liobert le Viable will be performed J1" ejenlnjj for the first time In English. Mr. Carl Formes will appear in his great role of Bertram," and the remaining characters will be represented by Messrs. Castle, Ilowell, Chat terson, Mrs. Bernard, and Miss Emma Howson. At thb Walwtjt Boaclcault's drama of The Colleen Lawn will be represented this evening, idth Mr. Harry Watfclns as "Myles na Coppa leen" and Mrs. Watkins as "Eily O'Connor. fi At ths Arch Miss Kate Reignolds will ap pear this evening as 'Richelieu" in the play of The Youthful Days of Richelieu, and as Kath leen" In the drama of Kathleen Mavourneen. At tub Chesnut the laughable comedy of Saratoga will be performed this evening. On Monday Mr. Davenport, who has been playing with great success in New York and Boston, will make his reappearance In the part of "Sir Giles Overreach." At thb Musrdm, Ninth and Arch streets, Mr. Robert McWade will personate "Rip Van Winkle" this evening. The double-headed baby is on exhibition day and evening. At thb American the Japanese will perform some of their most wonderful feats this evening. The Concert to be given by Mrs. De Barros to-morrow evening at Musical Fund IlallJ pro mises to be a very enjoyable entertainment. A fine programme will be presented, and Mrs. De Barros will be assisted by several popular per formers. Thb Aht Male Singing Society will give their third soiree at Musical Fund Hall this evening. An unusually attractive programme is announced. John Collins, the celebrated Irish comedian and vocalist, has just concluded very successful engagements in Montreal and Quebec, and is announced to appear at Niblo's, New York. He will produce Paul Clifford, a piece that was written especially to suit the peculiar qualifica tions of Mr. Collins. It will be brought out in great splendor, new scenery, etc. CITY ITEMS. To thk Lady Readers op The Telegraph. We call the attention of our lady readers to the card of Mrs. M. A. Binder, N. W. corner of Eleventh and Chesnut streets, to be found in another column. Mrs. Binder's stock of Summer Fashions in Trim med Faper Patterns and Ladles' Dress Trimmings are all the most fastidious could possibly 'deBlre; while her large and varied selections of Laoee, Em broideries, etc., are a delight to all beholders. To prove the fact that "a thing of beauty 1b a Joy for. ever," visit Mrs. Binder's. Wilbor'8 Cod Liver Oil and Lime. The friends of persons who have been restored from confirmed consumption by the use of this original preparation, and the grateful parties themselves, have, by recom mending It and acknowledging its wonderful efficacy, given the article a vast popularity in New England. The Cod Liver Oil is in this combination robbed of Its unpleasant taste, and Is rendered doubly effective In being coupled with the lime, which la itself a restorative principle, supplying nature with just the agent and assistance required to heal and reform the diseased lungs. A. B. Wilbor, No. 106 Court Street, Boston, Is the proprietor. Sold by all druggists. . St. James Hotel, Boston. If our friends will kindly Inform us, either by telegram or by letter, ol their Intended arrival, we shall be better prepared tor their comfort. The reputation of this new and elegant establishment is such as to require no com ment. Transient board Four Dollars per day. Proprietor St. James Hotel, Boston. Bubkett's Kalliston The best cosmetic. Mb. William W. Cassidt, 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 flfle assort. Kent of fine American Western Watches. Those who purchase at this store at the present time are certain to get the worth of their money. A. S. Hamilton's Standard Sewing Machine Office, No. TOO Chesnut Street. Howe's, Orover & Baker's, Folsom's, and other OrBt-class machines sold 810 per month and to rent Refrigerators, Cedar Moth Chests, Enamelled-llned Coolers, Cooler stands, a large assortment, wholesale and retail, No. 220 Dock street, below Walnut. Burnett's Cocqaine a perfect halr-dresslng. MARRIED. Sekseman Conderman. Oh the 93d Instant, by the Kev. J. II. Kummer, at the f .aence of the bride, Mr. Wilton Sbnseman to Mioa Ida Conder man, all of this city. No cards. Welsh Pabeer. On 86th Inst, at St Stephen's Church, bv the Rev. William Rudder, D. D., Wil liam Lowbkr Welsh to Mary v., daughter of the late O. W. Parker, of Burlington, N. J. , DIED. Caldwell. On the 24th instant, Mrs. Catharine Sophia, wire of Andrew Caldwell, aged 8 years. The relatives and friends of the family are respect fully invited to attend the funeral, from her hus band's residence, No. 630 North Fifteenth street, on Saturday afternoon, 27th instant, at S o'clock. Faust On the 22d instant. Mart Adblaidb, youngest daughter of David and Jane Faust, aged 11 years. The relatives andriends of the family are respect fully Invited to attend her funeral, on Friday after noon, at 8 o'clock, from the residence of her parents. No. 602 North Seventh street. To proceed to Laurel Hill. . Harris On the 23d InBtant, Lbtitia, daughter of Letitta and the late Richard Harris, aged 17 years 6 months and IB days. The relatives and friends of the family are respect fully invited to attend the funeral, from the resi dence of her mother, No. 221 Greenwich street, on Sunday afternoon, at 8 o'clock. To proceed to Sixth Street Union Vault, Hassali On the 23d instant, John Hassall, in the 83d year of his age. The relatives and friends of the family are Invited to attend the funeral, from the residence of his son-in-law, Thomas Toluian, No. 1109 Green street, on 1 nursaay afternoon, vein maiani, ai ocioc. in terment at Laurel Hill. Lippincott On the 24th instant, Edwin Lippin- COrr, aged 40 years. The relatives and friends of the family are respeot fully Invited to attend the funeral, from West Held Meeting House, N. J., on Seventh day, the 27th Instant, at 8 o'clock P. M., without further notice. Carriages win be at Riverton to meet the 2 P. M. train from Walnut street wharf. Mustin. On Thursday, 84th instant, Alfred B., Bon of John and Mary T. Mustin, aged 84 years. Funeral from his late residence. No. 8908 Spruce street, W. P., on Monday next, at 3X o'clock, it i Sines. On the 22d instant, Anne Griesingbr, Wife of Thomas Sines, aged 87 years. The relatives and friends, and members of Golden Rule Temple, No. 86, are respectfully Invited to at tend the funeral, from No. 670 Fulton street, on Friday afternoon, at o'clock. To proceed to Frank lin Cemetery. MOURNING DRY COOPS. NEW MOURNING STORE. New Stock at Lowest Prices. XTc 1226 CBESNUT STREET. NEWEST DESIGNS IN D11ES3 GOODS. NEWEST DESIGNS IN BONNETS. NEWEST DESIGNS IN VEILS. CHEAPEST ALPACAS IN PHILADA. CHEAPEST BOMBAZINES IN PHILADA. CHEAPEST BLACK BILKS IN PHILADA CHEAPEST CRAPE CLOTHS IN PHILA DELPHIA. EVERY ARTICLE AT LOWEST PRICE. w would respectfully call attention to our new Dress-making aud fault Department, where every nnvirv in black suits will be found radv-made and made to order, at shortest notice, by a competent drtaamaker, and also call attention to our White ltoola aud Ladles' Underwear Department. Large fctock o Liueu and Lawn euiva, 01 bum noun, "ways on hand. A. MYERS & CO., ym Hxut street SPECIAL NOTIOES. tw a41iHmnl fir-Hat IfoHrM tt Ihrt.U Paym. flQS- A SINGLE TRIAL WILL CONVINCE THK most skeptical of the efficacy of HBLWBOLD'S GRAPB TILLS in Sick or Nervous Headache, Jaun dice, Indigestion, Constipation, Dyspepsia, Bilious nwss, Liver Complaints, General Debility, etc No nausea, no griping pains, but mild, pleasant, and safe In operation. Children take them with Impunity. They are the best and most reliable. HELMBOLD'S Ex. TRACT 8AB8APARILLA creates new, fresh, and healthy blood, beautifies the Complexion, and Ira- Sans a youthful appearance, dispelling I'lmples, lotches, Moth Patches, and all eruptions of the Skin. B8wtha7w FORTY-SEVENTH ANNIVERSARY. TnK AMERICAN SUNDAY-SCHOOL UNION Will celebrate Its FortT-Nevemh Anniversary at the ACADEMY OF MUSIC, on the evening of TUESDAY, May 80. Addresses will be delivered by Rev. Dr. Armt tsge, of New York, Rev. Dr. Harper, formerly of Indianapolis, and Rev. Dr. Newton, of this city. Singing by a choir or four hundred yung ladles, under the direction of Professor John Bower. Tickets, with secured beats, Twenty-five Cents each, may be procured at the Society's house, No. 1122 CHESNUT Street. 6 18 lit NOTICE. THE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE "UNITED COMPANIES OF NEW JERSEY" are cautioned against assenting to the proposed lease to the Pennsylvania Railroad Company before they have a full opportunity of understanding the great sacrifice of their interest proposed by said lease. By means of the press, and an early meeting of the Stockholders, to be duly announced, an oppor tunity for fnll discussion will be afforded. 6 25 2t MANY STOCKHOLDERS. THIS IS THE SEASON OF THE YEAR when the system should be thoroughly purged of the humors which create disease. There is no purgative or cathartic so mild and efficacious as HELMBOLD'S GRAPE PILLS, causing neither nausea or griping pains as Is the case with the ordi nary cheap patent pills of the day most of which are composed of calomel or mercury, and carelessly prepared by inexperienced persons. After thor oughly purpiDg the system use HELMBOLU S EX TRACT 8ARSAPARILLA, the Great Purlner.and they will insure new life, new blood, and renewed vigor. Try them. 6 8 wths7w gy A MEETING OF THE NATIONAL UNION w REPUBLICANS of the SEVENTEENTH DI VISION of TWENTY-SIXTH WARD will beheld on THURSDAY EVENING, 28th Instant, at the Division House, southwest corner Of FIFTEENTH and FEDERAL STREETS, at 8 o olock. . 6 242t J. T. BRADY, Secretary. ALL POWDERS AND OUTWARD APPLI cations close up the pores of the skin, render ing it harsh, coarse, and flabby, and in a short time destroy the complexion. If you would have a Fresh, Healthy, and Youthful appearance, purge the system thoroughly; use HELMBOLD'S GRAPE PILLS and 11 ELM BOLD '8 SARSAPARILLA, which beautifies the complexion. Beware of those cheap patent pills, carelessly prepared by Inexperienced persons vended in wooden boxes most of which coataln eitner calomel, mercury, or other deleterious drugs. 6 8wtbs7w "YOUNG MEN'3 HOME." THE I1UILDINO recently purchased by the Young Men's Chris tian Association for the Young Men's Home at 211 8. TWELFTH STRkET, will be open for visitors on THURSDAY and FRIDAY of this week, day and evening. The public are cordially invited. It IF YOU DESIRE A MILD, PLEASANT, safe, and agreeable Cathartic, which will cause neither nausea or griping pains, use Nature's remedy. HELMBOLD'S GRAPE PILLS. They are purely vegetable; their component parts being Catawba urape juice ana t iuia uxtract KnuDaru." snouia you desire a brilliant complexion, youthful appear ance, new life, new fresh blood and renewed vigor, USe HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT SARSAPARILLA. B3Wths7W MB- MINISTERS CAN OBTAIN TICKETS for the Forty-seventh Anniversary of the AME RICAN SUNDAY -SCHOOL UNION by calling foi them at the Society's House, No. 1122 CHESNUT street, Deiore me 2 tin mst. 0 zz et M- HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT SARSAPARILLA 1b the Great Blood Purifier ; thoroughly cleanses ano renovates tne entire system, ana reaaiir enters Into the circulation of the blood, after purging with HELMBOLD'S GRAPE PILLS, the foul humors that have accumulated in the system for years. Both are carefully prepared according to the rules or Pharmacy aud Chemistry, and are thoroughly reliable. A test of 20 years has proved this. Try mem. o 3 wmsi w OENTLEMEN'8 BOOTS AND SHOES A ready fit may be obtained at all times, BARTLETT, No. 83 South SIXTH Street, above Chesnnt. 2 20 tf IF YOU WOULD HAVE NEW LIFE, NEW Blood, and renewed vigor, use HELMBOLD'S GRAPE PILLS. Purify the Blood and Beautify the Complexion bytheuseof HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT SARSAPARILLA. They are no cheap patent medi cines, but thoroughly Pharmaceutical, and are not equalled by any English or French prepara tion. B8wths7w RCH STREET THEATRE. MONDAY NEXT, BENEFIT OF BARTON HILL, . MAY 29, 1871, on which occasion MRS. CAROLINE RICniNGS-BERNARD will appear for that night only as THE BONNIE FISHWIFE, introducing her popular Bongs. GREAT BILL THREB GLORIOUS PIECES. BAMBOOZLING-; OR, BORROWING A HUSBAND. Captain Frank Bamboozle Barton Hill sir Marmaduke Meadows F. F. Mackey Emily Miss Lizzie Price THE BONNIE FISHWIFE. Miss Thistledown. ..Mrs. Caroline Richlngs-Bernard Oaltcrs Robert Craig Wlldoats Barton HU1 OUR AMERICAN COUSIN. BARTON HILL AS LORD DUNDREARY. Robert Craig as Asa Trenchard Miss Lizzie Price as Mary Meredith Miss May Savllle as Forence Trenchard Berople as Blnney GREAT BILL. SECURE 8EAT8 EARLY. 6 25 2t OOOD3 FOR THE LADIES. U M M R FASHIONS, kJ in TRIMMED PAPER PATTERN 8 ANO LADIES' DRESS TRIMMINGS. MRS. M. A. BINDER, NO. 1101. N. W. CORNER ELEVENTH AND CHESNUT STKEBTS, PHILA., has made very large additions to her stock of Dress Trimmings, Fringes, Gimps, Buttons to match Suits. Novelties in Parasols. Gloves. Flowers. Neck-ties: Bonnet ana Sash Ribbons, Real Jet, Gilt, and Pearl Jewelry. LACES REAL POINT AND APPLIQUE. Great Inducements in Guipure and Thread Laoes, Valenciennes, Sleeves, Collars, and Culls. EMBROIDERIES. Hamburg Edgings and Insertions, newest designs ; Flouncing, RuUllng and Trimmings. DRESS AND CLOAK MAKING DEPARTMENT. Walking Suits, Reception and Evening Dresses, weririinar Trousseaux. Large orders executed at short notice and at moderate prices, in the most fashionable style. Trimmed and nam faper raiteras, so per aozeo. A perfect system or Dress-cuiung taugni. Pinking, Goffering, and Fringing. 6 tostntfrp CURTAINS AND SHADES. VALRAVEM, R1A0ONIC HALL, No. 719 CHESNUT St., Offers some new designs for CURTAINS AMD LAMBREQUINS, FRENCH CRETONNES, STRIPED TERRY and COTELINE3 Also. GIMPS AND TRIMMINGS of entirely new patterns. An assortment of LACE CURTAINS of especial elegance and cheapness, some as low as lioe a window. BROCHB TAPESTRY PIANO AND TABLE COVERS are offered greatly below Intrinsic values. with large assortment of BMBR0ID8RED CLOTH HEAL E8TATE AT AUOTION. PUBLIC HiVII. THOMAS & SONS, Auctioneers. XL Valuable and Productive OIL FARM Of 820 Aciek, and a Large Amount of Ma-chlner)-, Tubing, Tanks, Etc. ALL IN GOOD ORDER. The following described Real Estate and Personal Property, known as the Cornplanter Oil Farm," Situate on both sides of OIL CREEK, in Corn planter township, Venango county, Pa., and about two miles from OH City, will be sold for cash, to the highest bidder, at public talc, at the PHILADEL PHIA EXCHANGE, in the city of Philadelphia, ON TUESDAY. June c, A. D. 1ST!, at IS o'clock noon, at the Phila delphia jixchange: Ail that certain tract of land, now known as the "Cornplanttr Tract, ' situated la Cornplanter town ship, Venango county. State of Pennsylvania, bounded and described as follows, viz. : Beginning at a white oak, the westerly corner, thence by land of Hamilton McCllntock (now McCllntock OH Company), north 89 degrees, east 173 8-10 perches to a pout; thence south nfteen de grees east 110 8-10 perches to a whtte oak; thence east H 9 6-10 perches to a hickory; thence Bouth 6T perches to a post; thence by land of Thomas An derson south 60 degrees, west 96 perches to a post ; thence north 60X degrees west 832 perches to a post; thence 43 degrees east 66 perches to a wi.lte oak, the place of beginning, containing 220 acres, more or less, and being the same land now owned by the "Cornplanter Oil Company." The sale will be made subject to any and all existing leases of any part of the said premises, of which the following Is believed to be a correct list: Lease to F. W. Andrews, covering about 55 acres more or less. Leases to John Munhall and others, covering about 14 acres more or less. Lease to H. M. Good and others, covering about 8 acres more or less. Lase to Mechllng, Moore & Sutton, covering about 2 acres more or less. Lease to Metz & W'hltcomb, covering about 1 acre more or less. Lease to William Leckey and others, covering about 3 acres more or lens.. Lease to Tarbell fc Hess, covering about S acres more or less. Lease to Charles V. Whltcomb and others, cover ing about 4 acres more or less. All existing leases provide for a royalty of 85 per cent, or the product to be paid to the land Interest, and in some cases an Increased percentage, should wells be found to yield more than 18 barrels per day. Also, all the following named personal property, viz. :, One Iron tank of about 6500 barrels capacity. Two iron tanks of about 800 barrels each. One steam suction aud force pump, used for forcing water from the creek to the high portions of the tract for the supply of engines, and for collecting oil from the various wells (through underground pipes) and delivering theame In tame, near railroad, for shipment. Nine steam engines and 5 boilers; of engine and boiler from lo to IB-horse power; X of 890 feet of 2-inch tubing and sucker rods ; or 816 feet of g-inch casing ; 8100 feet tubing in wells ; 885 feet 8 abd 8 inch casing In wt-lis; lou feet 5-lnch casing in wells; 289 feet 5 -inch casing not In wells. About looo feet 8X Inch tubing use! for oil and water pipe; about 7000 feet 2 Inch tubing used for oil and water pipe; about soo feet inch pipe used (or team and gas; about STB feet S)tf 1UOU tubing not in wens. The personal property is in good working order. and most of the engines and boilers are nearly new. The Oil creek and Allegheny tfauroad passes through the tract. The producing wells on the pro perty are connected by pipe lines with one central Iron tank, from which point the o'l is ihrowu by steam pump into the large iron tank near and abovn the railroad track, where it can be readily ladened on the cars. The land interest is in receipt or about 18 barren of oil per day, 6 barrels of which are from wells ope rated Dytne company, ana o received as royalty from leases. There are eight small tenant houses, blacksmith shop, cooper shop, carpenter shop, stable, etc, upon the tract, and a lot of blacksmith and carpenter teols. The whole real estate and personal property will be sold together, thus ottering a rare opportu nity to those desiring to control a large tract or tana, with first-class racllliles for developments, as about 100 acres of the property remain to be tested. Any additional information can be had by address ing the office of the "Cornplanter Company," No. 624 Walnut street, Philadelphia, Pa. liT direction or tne ettocknoiaers ana oraer or me Board. HIRAM BROWBR, Secretary. M. THOMAS A SONS. Auctioneers, 5 85 thstuet Nos. 139 and 141 8. FOURTH Street. WATCHES. JEWELRY) ETO. No. 902 CHESNUT Street. TORTOISE SHELL .1 E W E L. Y, IK NEW DESIGNS. 8 IS stnthi lstcrtlislied In 1854. WATCHES. EVEHGOING STEM-WINDERS, KEY-WIN DER8, QUARTER SECONDS, MINUTE REPEATERS, ETO. ETO. ETO. C. & A. PEQUIGNOT, No. 608 CHESNUT STREET, 4 25 2m PHILADELPHIA. WINDOW BLINDS, ETO. WINDOW DLiriDS, . Lace Curtains, Curtain Cornices,. HOLLAND SHADES, PAINT2B SHADES or the latest tints. BLINDS painted and trimmed. BrORB SHADES made and lettered. Picture Cord, Tassels, Etc, Repairing promptly attended to. 7 D. J. WILLIAMS, Jr., Vo. 16 NORTH SIXTH 8TREET, inuttjpm j?au.Aj)$LrgiA F. A. HOYT & BR0. MEN'S FINE CLOTHING MADE TO ORDER. ALSO, LADIES' EIDINGr HABITS. BOYS' CLOTHING -A. SPECIALTY CORNER TENTH AHD CHESNUT STS. (ASSEMBLY BUILDING), PHILADELPHIA. J. IP. Q& No. 904 CHESTNUT STREET. FRESH CtlSSM V3ATTI3GS. WHITE RED CHECK, AMD FANCY STYLES. 50 PIECES FRENCH AXMINSTER, 83-25 CROOERIES. ETO. WILLIAM KELLEY, TWELFTH AND GIRARD AVENUE. LATOUR OLIVJB OIL, A fresh invoice just imported. Davis' Diamond Cincinnati llama, Louisville Sngar-cnred Hams. Micbeners' Star Hams. Bowers A Co. City-cured Hams. Smoked Beef and Beef Tongnes. St. Louis wnlte Wheat Family Flour. Families residing in Germantown, by mailing their orders, can have tbelr goods carefully put up, and delivered dally, at the lowest rates. WILLIAM KELLEY, H". W. Corner TWELFTH Street and GIRARD AT6HU9, 11 10 tnstni PHILADELPHIA. li:STA DLIHHED A SOO. Cousty's East End Grocery. EXTRA QUALITY 8PAN1SH QUEEN OLIVES, by the barrel, keg, or gallon. LONDON BROWN S TOUT AND SCOTCH ALB by the cask or dczen. Goods delivered free of charge to Germantown, Chesnut Hill, West Philadelphia, and Camden. Orders solicited at COUSTY'S East End Grocery, IVo. 118 South BECOIVD St., 8 sthsturpS Below Chesnnt, West Bide. NEW CROP TEAS. CHOICE OOLONGS, ENGLISH BREAKFAST, JAPANESE, GOOD OOLONGS, very low by the box or chest, at JAMES R. WEBB'S, ' & E. CORNER OF 4 go thstnsmrp WALNUT and EIGHTH St a. TEAS. COFFEES, Imported and Domestic Groceries. A. JT. 115 CA91P, FINE GROCER, N. W. Corner CHESNUT and SECOXD Sts., 4 13 thsmam PHILADELPHIA. JAMES P. WOOD &CO., Ho. 418. FOURTH TttEGT. Steam and Hot-water Heating-, with ttold'a Patent Cast Iron Apparatus. Architects, Builders and others desiring buildings heated with steam or hot water should not fall 14 examine this apparatus, which Is superior to all the imitations offered for sale. Our cast-iron Radiators are adapted to high as well as low-pressure steam. Steam-fitting in all Its branches done at the shortest notice. Particular attention paid to ventilation. B. M. PKLTWELL, Superintendent. WOOD'S AMERICAN KITCHENER, on the European principle, of neat and durable con. struction, suitable for public institutions, hotels, and private residences, having powerful water backs, and Ha cooking and baking qualities cannot be surpassed. AlB' WOOD'S PARIS RANGE, of a new and beautiful design, a superior Cooking and Baking Range, and the best construction for hevtlng purposes yet offered for sale. Sole Agents for the sale of GRIFFITH'S PATENT ARCHIMEDEAN VENTILATORS, for ventilation, and a sure cure for smoky ohlmn BALTIMORE FIRE-PLACE HEATERS. The latest improvements, and the best In . the market. JA9IEI 1. WOO A CO., D 6 stuth S6trp No. 41 S. FOURTH St. JLOOD, BONE, AND TISSUE-MAKING DIET FOR CHILDREN, Hubbcll's Prepared Wheat. POUNDS, 60 CtNTS. Ill'DBELL., ApatUecary, 1110 Cuesuut St. It? 61 0EN1 YAKD. CLOVES, TO REDUCE SURPLUS STOCK TO V EDUCE SURPLUS STOCK TO REDUCE SURPLUS MTOCK 1 O RKDUDE SURPLUS STOOK TO REDUCE BURPLUS STOCK 23 or HOSIERY HOSIERY HOSIERY 908 HOSIEHY HOSIERY AND PARASOLS. PARASOLS, PARASOLS, PARASOLS, PARASOLS, Onr Scale of Prices will be 908 CHE. VP, OHE4P, CtCiO .CHEaP, V)0 CHEAP, CUB At CHEAPER, , CnhArUK, CHEAPER, CHEAPEH. CHEAPER, CD Et PERT, CBEAPEbT, CHEAPEST, CHEAPEST, CHEAPEST, AT TOT! GBEAT KID GLOVE EMPORIUMS, No. 23 NORTH EIGHTH STREET AMD 5 23 tUthStf No. 903 CHESNUT STREET, A. I J. B. BARTHOLOMEW. FIRE AND BURCLARPROOF SAFES STEAM FIRE-PROOF SAFES, SANDORN'8 PATENT Burglar-Proof Safes, Of Welded Steel and Iron MADE BY AMERICAN STEAM SAFE CO. No. 32 8. FOURTH St. E. W. THOMAS. 8 1 stuthSrorp A llliAUTlFUL. tilOT IS WENONAH. Its Hotel, its lakes, the Dsn pond, the old mill, the old railroad brtdge.the handsome drives and avenues, the pirk, and many other points of Interest, are in themselves sufficient attractions, while the NATU RAL ADVANTAGES of the tract, such as excellent water, rolling country, high and healthy location, facilities lor drainage, and EASY AC JB93 TO THB CITY, render WENONAH the moat desirable place lor building Country Residences within the vicinity ofPhlladelphia .situated on the West Jersey Railroad, 11 miles from Camden, reached in FORTY-FIVE MINUTES from your place of business. The Hotel will be completed and opened about the 15th of June. Visit the place and judge It upon its merits. Tickets and information furnished by DANIEL M. FOX & SON, 6 16 12trp o. 640 North FIFTH Street. Savery's Patent Combined Wnur Cooler and REFRIGERATOR Has pioved lUelf tj be superior to any lu the market. Uali and ex. amine. . JACOB F. HAND, Jr.. Depot, Na 6'40 MAKK.JC t street. 46tbstu Hoirp S T O I. O V D , This new elegant and commodious first-class Hotel, on ARCH Street, above tsKYKNTU, Now open. TeruiB,t3 per day. 1 1 im ?t Wt ft akQ.t Prop rietors OAS FIXTURES. NO STORE ON CBESNUT STREET. CORUELIUS ti SOUS' RETAIL SALESROOMS, 821 CHERRY St. GAS FIXTURES. FOR SALE. F O It S A L IS li SPRING LAKE, if An elegant country seat at Chesnnt HU1, Philadel phia, ten minutes walk from depot, and five hundred yards from Falrmonnt Park; lawn of nearly nine acres, adorned with choice shrubbery, evergreen, fruit and shade trees. A most healthy location, views for 40 miles over a rich country, modern pointed stone honse, gas, water, etc., coach, ice, and spring houses, never falling spring of purest water, (laki for boatiho), all stocked with mountain trout, carp, etc., beautiful cascade, with succession of rapids through the meadow. Apply to J: REPRICE, on the premises. 4 25 FOR SALE, HANDSOME RESIDENCE, "WEST PHILADELPHIA. No. S843 CHESNUT Street (Marble Terrace), THREE-STORY, WITH MANSARD ROOF, AND THREE-STORY DOUBLE BACK BUILDINGS. Sixteen rooms, all modern conveniences, gas, b h. hot and cold water. Lot IS feet front and 120 feet S inches deep to a back street. Immediate posseislon. Terms to suit purchaser. M. D. LIVENSETTER, No. H9 South FOURTH Street. 419 3 FOR BALE HANDSOME BROWN-STONE JSJijll Residence, west. side of Hroad, above Master street, containing all modern improvements. Lot 60 by 20C feet to Carlisle street. Also, a modern three-story brick Dwelling, with side yard, No. 1413 North Eighteenth street, con talnlng ten rooms, with all the conveniences, aud will be sold a bargain. Also, elegant four-story brown-stone Residence, No. 1917 Chesnut street, built in a very superior and substantial manner. Lot 44 v by 178 feet. Also, ninety-three acre Farm, in Richland town Rblp. Bucks ponnty. within 9 miles of North Pennsylvania Railroad. K. J. DOBBINS, 6 vo stuth t Ledger Building. M FOR SALE, A BARGAIN-VALUABLE, ika carina in Montgomery county. Pa., on the . Bethlehem pike. 18 miles north of PhlladelDhia. near the North Pennsylvania Railroad, containing sss acres, with handsome Improvements and all the modern conveniences. Has two tenant houses and two large barnB (stabling for loo horses and cattle), and all other necessary outbuildings. It la well watered, and nnder good fence, etc. There U a variety of fruit and about 30 acres or timber. Can be divided Into two farms if desired. It centalna everything to commend it as a gentleman's country residence. Apply to R. J. DOBBINS, Ledger Build, lng, or P. R. SCIIERB, on the premises. 5 80atuth6t fSS FOR SALE ELEGANT DOUBLE FOUR itilt story Brick and Brown Stone Residence, S. K. corner Twentieth and Arch streets (Na 193G 40 feet front by 160 feet deep; well built and finished with all modern Improvements and conveniences; par lor, reception room, dining room, 2 kitchens, and laundry on first floor, and IB additional rooms on the remaining floors; a hath rooms, a water closets, etc Will be sold on Tuesday, May 30, at the Exchange, by M. Thomas A Sons. B85 8t FOR SALE A NEW BROWN-STONK House and Stable, with cistern, ice-house, and all necessary improvements, with 10 acres of land, on an elevated site, near Ambler Station, one mile aiove Fott Washington, Montgomery county. Terms no object. Apply to SAMUEL n. AUSTIN No. 129 SEVENTH Street. P. 8. If the above property la not sold bv the 1st of June, it will be rented. 6 19 6t dpoj FOR SALE OR TO LET WEST WALNUT fiiu lane, Uermantown, a very desirable Stone Resi dence, sixteen rooms, all modern convenience., large lot, garden planted, abundance of small fruits, well of excellent water. RICHARDSON A JaNNEY, B aS tnthsat No. 806 S. FOURTH Street. KORTH BROAD SPREET LOTSFOR sale very cheap, west side of Broad, above Mue, 73W' by 19S feet: west aide of Broad, above Thompsor, 200 feet deep to Carlisle street; east side Broad, corner Cambria, 1 00 feet front by 628 feet to Thirteenth street R, J, DOBBINS, 6 20 stuth 6t Ledger Building. (ff FOR SALE OR TO RENT HANDSOME tili. Brown-stone Residence, situated 8. W, coruer l.i uud and Thompson streeU, containing all modern conveniences, and newly frescoed and painted throughout. D. M. FOX & SONS, No. 640 N. FIFTH Street. 6 2Qstuthtlt VALUABLE MILL SITE. SEVENTY-FIVE horse Dower, and lx-roomed house, with "four acfg of ground, desirable lor paper mill. Addresa J. MAX UKKKN. 6 20 Stuth 8t No. 809 CHESNUT Street. O COUNTRY AND CITY PROPERTIES FOR SALE, RENT, aud EXCHANGE in ureut number and varieties by J. MAX GREEN, 6 6 lm No. 809 CHESNUT Street. fTl BEAUTIFUL COTTAGE ON WEST JER JBEk RAILROAD, IS miles out IVrm). J. M X OREEN. B 19 6t No. 609 Cb En NUT Street. TO RENT. FOR RENT, STORE, No. 339 MARKET Street. APPLY ON PREMISES. 4 22 tf 3. o. ELLLSON A SONS. TO RENT, FURNISHED DESIRABLE Summer Residence, TowuuUip Line, near School Lane. Oerniantowu. JUSTICE BAT If M N 4 CO., 6 ltf No. 122 South FRONT 8treeL TO RENT WALNUT 8TREEt7WEST Philadelphia. 8tylih furnished Cottage, le, if needed. " Address "HEALTH, Evening Telegraph." 5stutbsst TO LET THE RESIDENCE NO. 1709 LO CUST Street. 6 23 8t X-ff PLANKED SHAD TO ENJOY ffiilf"11' delicious dl8b order It at the 'ti ueua uta" HoUl. OLOLCKS TEH POINT. fr 8HAD FISUINQ AT GLOUCSS .T.'l - - " j-TEH POINT A vry tnterentlut