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the dmejT evening telegraphPhiladelphia, jvcondai, may 29, wi.
MUSICAL AND DRAMATIC-
Th Cltjr Amniemcnti,
A Grand Girmah Sknokrvkst will take
-place to-day i Wisaahlcken Park nndar the
auspices of the Mrnnercbor,8wnG;erbund, Junker
Mirnnerchor, and ilarmonle Societies. The Ath
letic Clab will give a performance for the enter
tainment of the visitors.
At thb Walhut Foote's corned of Th Liar,
which was recently revived with great success
In New York, will be performed this evening, with
Mr. Walcot In the leading role; after which a
new drama by Watts I,hllllps,entltlediVojcape
will be produced for the first time In this couu
try. At the Arch Mr. Barton Hill will have a
benefit this evening, when he will personate
'Captain Frank Bamboozle" In the farce of
Hambooiling, and as "Lord Dundrearv" In Our
American Cousin. Mrs. Caroline Klchlngs
Bernard will appear In The Bonny Fishwife,
and will sing a number of popular songs. Mr.
Hill Is an artistic actor, who as leading man and
as stage manager at the Arch has done much
for the entertainment of the public, and we
hope his merits will receive the recognition
they deserve in a crowded houe this evening.
To-morrow The Comedy of Errors will be
On Friday Mr. Robert Craig will have a fare
On Monday next the company from Llna
jnuniuB iiicnuo, new iurK, win commence an
engagement, and will produce Robertson's
comedy ot Hank,
At tub Chbsnut Mr. E. L. Davenport will
make his reappearance this evening, after a
eeries of successful performances in New York
and Boston, and will personate ' Sir Giles Over
reach" In A New Wav to Pav Old Debts.
To-morrow evening Mr. Edward Coles, who
has made a very favorable impression during
iue snort time ue nas oeen attached to the thea
tre, will bnve a benefit.
At the Muskum, Ninth and Arch streets, the
wonderful double-headed babe will be on exhi
bition day and evening during the present
The drama of Uncle Tom's Cabin will be re
presented this evening.
"Kweer Kompant." B. F. Duane, X. T. K.,
will appear at Concert Hall on Wednesday even
ing, in bis lively entertainment entitled "Ninety
minutes in Jvweer Kompany.
Tuosb who Desire a Brilliancy of Complex
ion should beware of cheap patent plila, or other
cathartics containing calomel and mercury. Use
Nature's remedy, Helmbold's Fluid Extract Sar-
BAFARILLA and UELMBOLD'S CATAWBA GRAPE PILLS.
Component parts Fluid Extract Rhubarb and Fluid
Extract Grape Juice. For Liver Complaints, Jaun
dice, Bilious Affections, Dyspepsia, Sick or Nervous
Headache, Costlveness, etc., the Fills are une
qualled. St. James Hotel, Boston. If our friends will
kindly inform us, either by telegram or by letter, of
heir Intended arrival, we shall be better prepared
lor their comfort. The reputation of this new and
elegant establishment is such as to require no conii
Transient board Four Dollars per day.
Froprietor St. James Hotel, Boston.
Young Ladies, Beware I of the injurious effects
of Cathartics and Purgatives, containing mercury,
calomel, and other deleterious drugs. In a short
time they enervate and destroy the system as well
as the complexion. If yon would have a fresh,
healthy, and youthful appearance, use Helmbold's
Fluid Extract Sarsaparilla and Uelmbold's Ca
tawba Qrape Pills. They are purely vegetable;
a pleasant purgative, and cause neither nausea or
Mb. William W. Cassidv, the Jeweller at No. 8
Bonth Second street, has one of the largest and most
attractive stocks of all kinds of Jewelry and Silver
ware In the city, ehas also on hand a nne assort
ment of fine American Western Watches. Those
Who purchase at this store at the present time are
certain to get tho werth of their money.
To Insure Health akd Proper Digestion you
should use Helmbold's Catawba Orapb Pills
They are composed of Fluid Extract Rhubarb and
Fluid Extract Catawba Grape Juice. They excite
digestion, nourish and invigorate the system, and
purge out all the humors that grow and rankle In
the blood. Helmbold's Sarsaparilla makes New,
Fresh, and Healthy Blood, and Beautifies the Com
Burnett's Cocoaikb a perfect halr-dresslng.
There Is no Article in Materia-Medica which
supersedes Castor Oil, Magnesia, or Salts equal to
Helmbold's Catawba Grape Pills for purging
from the system all superfluous and worn-out mat
ter. For Biliousness, Oostiveness, Sick or Nervous
Headache, etc., they are unequalled, as they cause
neither nausea or griping palds ; after which purify
and ma&e New Blood by using Helmbold's Sarsa-
Burnett's Kalliston The best cosmetic.
In the Spring and Summer Months the system
should be thoroughly purged, and nothing Is so ac
ceptable to the Stomach as Helmbold's Catawba
Geapb Pills, after which use Helmbold's Extract
Sarsaparilla. They Invigorate the system, and
can be taken by Children with perfect safety.
This is the Season of the Year when children
teething are almost sure to have dysentery and
diarrhoea. Mrs. Winblow's Soothing Syrup is a
F There Is not such a reliable purgative known as
Helmbold's Catawba Grape Pills. They are safe,
pleasant, and efficacious, and cause neither nausea
or griping pains. Helmbold's Sarsaparii-la, the
great Blood Pnrlfler.
Walters Simpson. On the 66th Instant, by Rev.
L. P. llornberger, Mr. Samuel B. U. Walters and
Alias sallie u. Simpson, au oi mis city.
Canbt At S o'clock on the morning of the S9th
Instant, George Can by, Jr., one of the twin sons of
George and Matilda C. G. Canby, aged 10 years and
Relatives and friends are particularly invited to
Attend his funeral, from the residence of his parents,
No. 8T26 Walnut street, on Thursday afternoon,
jane 1st, at 4 o'clock. Interment at Woodlands.
martin Buddenlr. on the 28th Instant, of con
gestion of the brain, Samuel W. Martin, in the Bath
year oi nis age.
Th mintivAa and friends of the family are reBnect-
fully invited to attend the funeral, from his late
residence, No. 141S Lombard street, on Wednesday,
8Ut instant, at 8 o'clock. Interment at Monument
Patsiw on First dav. the 29th Instant, Wm.
Lasubkooke Paxson, son of the late Kichard and
l-.it7.iii.Ath h Paisnn. In the 43d Tear of his ace.
Relatives and friends of the family are invited to
his funeral, without further notice, from his late re
sidence, in Bensalem township, Bucks county, Pa.,
i Vnimk ii.. .ha mat Instant at 11 o'clock. TO DTO-
ceed to Frank ford. Carriages will be at Schenck's
piR B BEADY-MADE
COMBINING STYLE, DURABILITY AND EX
CELLENCE OB WORKMANSHIP.
004 Market Btroot
GEO. W. IIIEIrMH.
Handsome Garments made to order at the shortest
rprm A itrnnT a -w-r
Life Insurance Company
S.E. CORNER FOURTH AND WALNUT.
ASSETS OVER $3,000,000
Hon. James Pollock.
Hon. Alex. O. Cattell,
James I.. Claghorn,
Henry K. Bennett,
L. M. Whtlldln,
George W. Hill,
J. Edgar Thomson,
Albert C. Roberts,
fbiUp B. Mingle,
GEORUK W. II II. I..
3 ISO IMS IS NUUISHT.
.10 II ft li. H111H.
SECRETARY AND TREASURER,
JOHN 8. WILSON.
6 19 fmw3m
far additional Special tfolie w Inrii Paget.
liaV- H. M. DALY'S WHISKY WAREROOMS,
JSna OKI A PROMT Hfrnnt onH tia IMlnlT Ht
OF THE BEST BRANDS
IN ORIGINAL BARRELS.
A mong which may be found the celebrated "Golden
Wedpino," Bourbon of ancient date; Wheat and
Rye Whiskies, all pure from manufacturers (in ori
ginal packages), including those well-known dis
tillers. THOMAS MOORE SON,
iuiru s. finch ft co., ana
The attention of the trade la reauested to test
these Whiskies, at market rates. s 4smw
FORTY-SEVENTH ANNIVERSARY. THE
w AMERICAN SUNDAY-SCHOOL UNION
will celebrate its Fortt-Seven'h Anniversary at the
ACADEMY OF MUSIC, on the evening of
TUBSDAY, May 80.
Addresses win be delivered ny Rev. vr. Armi
tage, of New York, Rev. Dr. Harper, formerly of
Indianapolis, ana Rev. Dr. Newton, of this city, and
by George II. Stuart, Esq., f hairman.
Singing by a choir of four hundred yeung ladies,
under the direction of Professor John Bower.
Tickets, with secured teats. Twenty-live Cents
each, may be proeuredat the Society's house, No.
im CHESNUT Street. 6 18 lit
fgy THE SECOND AND THIRD STREETS
w PASSENGER RAILWAY COMPANY now
run a new line of cars up Third street and down
hecood street from Oxford to Dauphin streets, In
connection with their Main or White line crs,
passing the North Pennsylvania Railroad Depot
going both ways. 5 20 3t
A FRUIT AND FLORAL FESTIVAL WILL
be held in the Chapel of the Arch Street M. E.
Church on the evenings of TUESDAY, WED
NESDAY, THURSDAY, and FRIDAY Of this
AdmlsBlon,25 cents. 6 29 8t
tST" A TEMPERANCE MEETING WILL BE
CHAPEL, SIXTEENTH Street, above Vine.
Diagrams will be exhibited, and addresses made by
Messrs. Ward, Heritage, and others. .
rree to an. l oung men particularly invited, it-
LOMBARD AND SOUTH STREETS PAS
8BNOER RAILWAY CO. The Directors of the
above Company have declared a Dividend of FIFTY
utwi'S per snare, payable at tne oiuce oi tne com
pany on ana alter xuay 31, isi i.
o at aakujn L.AZ.AKUB, Treasurer.
FINE BOOT8 AND SHOES FOR
Made on Improved lasts. Beauty, Comfort, Dura
B itott No. 88 South SIXTH Street, above Cheannt
THE BEST COAL.
ISAAC K WRIGHT & SON,
No. 124 South SECOND Street.
YARDS Corner EIGHTH and MASTER Sta. and
wfmtl No. 818 SWANSON St. above Queen.
JEWELRY AND SILVERWARE.
CHESNUT and TWELFTH Sis.,
Invite special attention to their stock of
WniCHJ WILL BE FOUND TO EM
BRACE ALL THE NEWEST
B 1 mwsSrp
PAPER HANGINGS, E I O.
No. 1210 CHESNUT St.,
8 18 smwSmrp
WATCHES. JEWELRY, ETO.
ISstablislied lu 1854.
ETC ETO. ETO.
0. & A. FEQUIGNOT,
No. 608 CHESNUT STREET,
Life Insurance Policies
Secured from Forfeiture
BY A LAW OF THE STATE OF MASSACHU
SETTS. AQUILA UAIXE8, of Philadelphia, Pa., insured
September 11, 1885, under Policy No. 11,810, for
$8,000, giving one-third loan note, and paying semi
annually, lie failed to pay ths premium due XI arch
11, 189. tit died Augut 6, 1809, FIVE MOXTIIS
after failure of jxymn. The whole amount of the
Policy, lefts the premium due the Company, was
promptly paid at the Pennsylvania Office, SIXTH
and WALNUT Streets, Philadelphia, Nov. S7, 1S69.
Nineteenth Annual Statement
OF THE CONDITION OF THE
Life Insurance Company
O JP SPRINGFIELD,
CALEB RICE, President.
CHA8. McLEAN KNOX, Secretary.
JAMES WEIR MASON, Actuary.
GEORGE JUNKIN, Solicitor In PhUada.
DIRECTORS IN PHILADELPHIA.
J. LIVINGSTON ERRING ER, Di C. WHARTON.
Attorney to accept service in Pennsylvania.
JOHN ENOX MARSHALL.
First. Capital stock, nothtnr. Comnanv nnrelv
mutual. Dividends declared and paid aaaually on
the contribution plan.
The value, as nearly as may be, of the
real estate neia uy tne company 9T,000-00
Cash on hand e.usi-ao
Cash In banks, specifying the banks:
H irst jsationai uank, springueia 12, 407 -on
Second " " " 17.I04-15
Cash in hands of agents in course of
Amount of loans secured by bonds and
mortgages, constituting tne nrst lien in
real estate, on which there is less than
one year's Interest due and owing 1,258,009-6
tar Valu M,Lrkmt Vulu
Amonntof stocks owned by the
company, specuying the num
ber of shares and their par and
market value :
464 shares of New York and Mas
sachusetts Nat. Bank Stock f 46,400 $05,655
U.S. bonds 1831, cs; 1868, 5-0s;
18C6, 6-aos;1874, 6S 258,700 SS0.450
City of Springfield, New York, and '
Mi.MiiHiWurilntooouao 74,000 73,600
100,264 shares or Kaiiroau stocks
ana bonds ito,40o isi,U75
VarVah Market Vat.
Amount or stocKs neia
by the company as col
lateral aecurlty for
loans 193,400 8115,180 tS9.435'C0
Interest on Investments due ana un
Accrued interest not yet due &2.T54-32
Other available miscellaneous assets,
specify tng their character ana value :
Premium notes secured by value of
policies 763,952 -62
Loans on personal securities ei,64-25
Loans on policies 1,517 'C2
Unpaid prem. In course) Quar.and (
of collection, seml-an. - 220,622-80
Deferred ditto ) premiums ( 177,771-88
Office furniture 6.306-40
Amount of losses during the year ad
justed dui not aue, less i iu,uuu reinsu
Amount of losses reported to the Com
pany out not actea upon is.uwuu
Amount of losses resisted by the Company
and In suspense 89.500-00
Amount of dividends due and unpaid 30,583-63
Amount required to saieiy reinsure an
outstanding risks combined Rat 4 per ct.3.061, 283-76
Amount of cath premiums received 833,086-73
Amount or premiums not paiu in casn
during the year, stating the character of
Loan notes 310,041-93
Interest received from Investments. 175,840-06
Amount of losses paid during the year. .. 297,300-uO
Amount paid and owing lor reinsurance
Amount of dividends declared during the
Amount of dividends paid 131,143-26
Anount or expenses paid during tne year,
including commissions ana salaries naia
to aeents and oillcers of the company.. 827,844-65
Amount of taxes paid by the company... 8,332-81
Amount of all other expenses and ex
The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
STATEMENT OF TUB CONDITION OK THE
MASSACHUSETTS MUTUAL L1FK INSUK-
ANCK COMPANY, ON TUB 818T DAY OF DJi
State of Massachusetts, County of Hampden, ss.:
be It remembered tout on tnls fourteenth day ot
March, A. D. 1811, before the subscriber, a Notary
1'ubiic in ana lor tne fttate oi masaacnuseiis, amy
commissioned and authorized by the Governor ot
the State of Pennsylvania to take the acknowledg
ment ox aeeus ana otner writings, to oe usea and
recordtd in the said State of Peuusylvanla, and to
administer oaths and aninnatlons, personally ap
peared Caleb lilee, President of the Massachusetts
Mutual i.ite insurance company, aua maae ostn
that the following is a true statement of the con
dition of the said Massachusetts Mutual Life In
surance Company upon tne 81st day of December,
A. D. 1870.
And I further certify that I have made personal
examination of the condition of said Missactmsett
Mutual Life Insurance Company on this day, and
am satisfied tbey have assets safely invested to the
amount of f 3,4 19.SU3-79. That I have examined the
securities now in the hands of tho company, as set
rortn in tne annexed statemont, ana tne same are
of the value represented in the statement. I further
certify tuat i am not interested in tne anairs of said
in witness whereof, I nereunto set my nana and
atllxed my official seal this fourteenth day of March,
A. D. 18iL STEPHEN K. PKYM.OUK,
Foster S. Dennis, of New Bedford, Mass., Insured
March 9, 1S63, under Policy No. 6913, for I woo, giv
ing one-third loan note, and paying quarterly, fin
policy lapsed September 9, 1S67. Be died, SeptemUt
8, 1863, fiftetn months after the premium was du
and unpaid. The whole amount of the policy, lesi
unpaid premiums, was promptly paid wider the Ma
saohueetu non-forfeiture law.
JOHN KNOX MARSHALL,
State Agent for Pennsylvanl u
GEORUK II. WILTBANK,
General Agent Eastern Penna. and New Jersey.
OFFICES, 8. E. Cor. SIXTH aud WAL
NUT Streets, Philadelphia.
ROBERT P. HARRIS, SI. V., Medical Ex-
amlaer la PaUdel;ma. e 29 mwiet
LADIES' LINEN SUITINGS .
1128 CHESNUT Street and 828 ARCH Street.
BEST ASSORTMENT IN THE CITY.
Selling Retail at about Vholcsale Prices.
FLAIN BUFF LINEN LAWNS, MODE COLORED LINENS.
FINE NATURAL FLAX COLORED LINENS, CHOCOLATE COL'D LINENS.
PRINTBD LINEN CAMBRIC DRESSES.
FINE WHITE LINEN CAMBRIC DRESSES.
NEW PRINTED IRISH LINENS.
Fine assortment of Victoria Lawns, Bishop Lawns, Swiss and India Malls, Tarlatans'
French Muslins, Nainsooks,, Soft-finish Cambrics, eto. eto.
BARGAIN LOT OF IRISH LINENS.
A few pieces of REAL GOOD IRISH LINEN, suitable for Shirting or for Ladies' use, at
37i cents per yard; regular price 50 cents.
Also, a few more pieces of the FINE LINEN at $5 FER FIECE.
J. IVL HAFLEIGH,
Nos. 1012 and 1014 CHESNUT Street,
WILL REMOVE TO
No. 1105 CHESNUT STRESET,
EARLY IN JUNE.
Great Inducements will be Offered in Prices,
Commencing MONDAY, May S9,
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS.
CAMDEN AND AMBOY
Camden and Amboy Railroad, Dela
ware and Raritan Canal, and
New Jersey Railroad and
ARB INVITED TO SIGN A CONSENT TO J-KASE ,
THE WORKS TO THE PENNSYLVANIA j
RAILROAD, NOW READY AT
THE OFFICES OF 1
SAMUEL WELSH, Chairman,
No. 818 South DELAWARE Avenue.
O. M. ROBINSON,
No. 133 Sonth THIRD Street.
GAW, BACON St CO.,
No. 815 WALNUT Street
THOMAS A. BLDDLB & CO.,
No. 826 WALNUT Street'
BULL & NORTH, THIRD and DOCK Streets.
6 ti lOt i
SKY LIGHT GLASS,
3-16, , and 1 inch thick.
ROUGH AND KIDDED.
300 plates Ribbed, S4x0, X Inch.
200 " 84X78, H "
100 84X84, 8 16 "
100 ' " 83X80, 8-16
too " Hammered, s-lxeo, Jtf Inch.
' 100 " 84X7-2, x "
125 " - 84X60,
100 " " 84X84, X
16,000 feet Rough, Inch, assorted sizes.
8,000 " " ?i " "
4,000 l " "
lo.ooo " Rongh and Plated.
FOR SALE AT VERY LOW PRICES BY
BEN J. H. SHOEMAKER,
Nos. 205, 207, 209, 211 N. FOURTH ST.,
P 19 lOtrp PHILADELPHIA.
rRENCH BREAKFAST CAPS
McVAUCH A DUNCAN,
To. 114 H. Elereuth St.,
Have jnst received their Spring Importation of
French llreakTat Caps,
ENTIRELY NEW DESIGNS. ,
Plqnes In Plaids, Stripes aad Cords.
French Nainsooks, victoria and Bishop Lawn.
Tucked Muslin for WaUta and Skirts.
French W orked and Hamburg Edgings and Insert
Rich Flonnclngs in Nainsook and Swiss.
Muen Collars aud Cuilu, all the new styles. .
Novelties and Fancy Articles received dally.
Ladles' Undergarment! and Infanta' Outfits on
hand and made to order. 8 13 m 8in
TV. AH. ' COFF1SUS.
Imported and Doiueitlo Groceries.
A. J. I)B CAMP,
N. W. Corner C1IESX UT aud SECOND Sts.,
4 18 thamsm PHILADELPHIA
ONGBE8.S HALL, CAPE MAY, OPENS
Terun for June, 3-60 per dj. ilJfmaOs
25 Cents per Yard,
ZXy the Roll,
5-4 "do. 30 Cents.
Dest Parlor Matting.
3-4 and 7-8 Stair do.
R. L. KNIGHT SON,
McCALLUM, CREASE & SLOAN,
No. 609 CHESNUT Street
WHITE, CHECK, AND FANCY
McCALLUM, CREASE & SLOArf,
No. SOO ClIESrvirr Street,
1 1 wsm3mrp PHILADELPHIA.
FIRE AND BURGLAR PROOF SAHH
MARVIN Si OO.'S
781 CHESTNUT Street.
MARVIN Sl OO.'S
7S1 CHESTNUT Street.
MARVIN fit OO.'S
781 CHESTNUT street.
b e fmwiun
S , , -i 'i7.'r7t i ' h 1 delicious dish order It at the
"'iiuena Ism" Hotel, OLOUCKSTER POINT.
fTfc 81IAD FISHINQ AT GLODCES
rfliyT, POINT -A Vcrr lnlereHtlnC
NO STORE ON
CORUELIUS & SOIIST
821 CHERRY St.
iiEAi riri ii spot is
Its Hotel, Its lakes, the fish pond, the old mill, tne
old railroad brldge.tbe handsome drives and avonues,
the perk, and many other points of Interest, are In
themselves sufficient attractions, while the NATU
BAL ADVANTAGES of the tract, such as excellent
water, rolling country, high and healthy location,
facilities for drainage, and EAST AC JESS TO THB
CITY, render WENONAH the most desirable place
for building Country Residences within tho vicinity
ofFblladelpbia .situated on the West Jersey Railroad,
11 miles from Camden, reached In FOKTY-FIVE
MINUTES from yonr place ot business. The Hotel
will be completed and opened about the 16th or
June. Visit the place and Judge u npon Its merits.
Tickets and Information famished by
DANIEL M. FOX & SON,
6 16 12trp No. 640 North FIFTH 8treet.
S A Ju EJ .
An elegant country seat at Ohesnnt mil, Philadel
phia, ten minutes walk from depot, and five hundred
yards from Falrmonnt Park; lawn of nearly nine
acres, adorned with choice shrubbery, evergreen,
trait and shade trees. A most healthy location,
views for 40 miles over a rich country, modern
pointed stone house, gas, water, etc., coach, ice, and
spring houses, never falling spring of purest water.
(lake for boating), all stocked with mountain
trout, carp, etc., beautiful cascade, with succession
of rapids through the meadow.
Apply to J. R. PRICE, on the premises. 25
No. B243 CHESNPT Street (Marble Terrace),
THREE-STORY, WITH MANSARD ROOF, AND
THRE It -STORY DOUBLE BACK
Sixteen rooms, all modern conveniences, gas, b n
not and cold water.
Lot 13 feet front and 120 feet 8 Inches deep to a
Immediate possession. Terms to salt purchaser.
M. D. LIVENS ETTER,
No. 129 South FOURTH Street.
Vmt SAT.W A VIW PDnrow cTnvw
TTOItSK- With fpn litrvA rnnmo uHrti all ih.
Ubual modern Improvements; stone stable, lce-
uuuae, ui couveuieui out-ouuaings, witn ten acres
of land. The above property is well situated near
Ambler station, on N. P. KK., one mile above Fort
Washington, Montgomery countv. Terms accom
modating. Apply to 8. U. AUSTIN, No. 129 S.
SEVENTH Street. c 29 8f
COUNTRY AND CITY PROPERTIES 0
TOTl SALE, RENT, and EXCHANGE In
great number and varieties by
J. MAX GREEN,
C61m No. 809 CHESNUT Street.
STORE, No. 339 MARKET Street.
APPLY ON PREMISES.
' 3. B. ELLISON 4 SONS.
TO RENT, FURNISHED DESIRABLE
Summer Residence. TownshlD Line, near
ecuooi tane, uermantown.
JUSTICE BATEMAN & COL,
tilt No. 122 South FRONT Street.
f TO LET-A LARGE FURNISHED IIOUsTc,
bl-i Old York avenue, below Fisher's lane, near
railroad station. Apply 1319 LOCUST St. C2T8f
GARDNER & FLEMING,
No. 214 South FIFTH Street,
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
INCLUDING PILETONS, JEffNyLINDS,
ALWAYS OX HAND.
All WORK WARRANTED to be of the b
WORKMANSHIP and MATERIALS.
Also, an assortment of SECONDHAND CAR
RIAGES for sale c reasonable prices.
Special attention given to REPAIRING!.
REPAIRING1, REPAINTING, and VARNISHING.
THE FURNITURE AT GOULD & CO. '8 IS THE
most reliable to be had ; tbey have the largest
and cheipe1 Btock 10 Mlect 'rom ' theJ ia all cases
Tkelr three stores are thronged dally ; give them
a call ; yon will sav money and get the ne we styles.
GOULD t CO., northeast corner of NINTH and
MARKET, and Nos. 81 and 89 "North SECOND
titreet, and No. 1 MARKET atreet. CWStrp
nOlSEKIEPING ARTICLES. R EFR1GERA
tors, Water-coolers, etc. j Tale Cutlery, bird
cages. Mats, Brushes, etc ; Iron, Wire, Tin, Wood,
and Willow Ware. TUKO. H. BEUHEB,
No. 1319 CHESNUT Street,
(Formerly with John A. Uurpkey, lately wuh E.