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THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH PHILADELPHIA, TUESDaV, JUNE C, 1871.
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Cornelius A, g.ns' Gas Fixtures la tn.
Charter Oak Iamrtnct Balldlng, Hart
New England has been for the past year In a state
of pleasurable excitement over the approaching
completion of the magnificent building of the
"Charter Oak" Life Insurance Company, of Hart
ford; and aa the thousands of travellers, both on
business and pleasure, pass dally each way between
Dew Tort and Boston, they are shown, with great
pride, this very elegant structure, which towers far
bore Its neighboring buildings, reminding one of
the prominence which the Boston State House as
sumes In the views of that city, and as our own
Cathedral appears as we approach Philadelphia by
way of the Pennsylvania Railroad.
This stately building Is of Concord granite, five
stories In height, and cor tains, beside the rooms
used by the Charter Oak Insurance Company for
their business, some seventy others, intended to be
occupied as offices, etc. Some idea may be formed
by our readers of Us extent from the dimensions,
Which are aa follows : Height, 120 feet ; depth, 160
feet; and front, 96 feet.
It gives us great pleasure to know that In the fit
ting up of this building, Philadelphia was repre.
" seined by the oldest and most extensive gas-fixture
manufacturers of the United States, Messrs. Corne
lius t Si ns.
Leaving the vestibule and entering the main hall,
the eye is at once attracted by the newel-post figure,
"Otto of Hungary." 1 he rotunda is lighted by a
very elegant and expensive twelve-light chandelier,
a combination of the French and Grecian styles.
The up a in room, which Is devoted to the business or
the Charter Oak Insurance Company, is furnished
with six two-light pillars and thirty-eight Que two
light brackets, fitted with argand burners, and white
?o ie si a es; the officers' desks in the same room are
lighted by six elegaut pillar lights to correspond.
This room ii also lighted by two large and unique
nwel pillars, which surmount the posts on
ither iMe of a grand stairway leading to the dlrec
lers'ioom All the fixtures in this room are from
tpeclti Hlirns made for this building. The oiflcers'
and directors' rooms are lighted by four handsome
6-lif.ht aiming chandeliers of tbeSaxon-4othio style,
and ft.ur 7-livht ctmniieilers or the Grecian pattern,
all having brackets to match. The second, third,
fourth, aLd Lfth stories contain very large and hand
some rooms, which are occupied as offices, and
lighted by sixty very elegant chandeliers, with
brackets to match, all being new and original de
signs. Ik-skies the fixtures we have than briefly
mentioned, there are many others which space will
not permit us to describe.
We congratulate Messrs. Cornelius & Sons upon
thtlr having fitted up so niagnlllcent a building,
and one which places their goods so prominent, y
before the whole New England public. To show the
great demand and high estimation In which the
work of Messrs. Cornelius & Sons is held, we need
only say that in addition to many fine buildings,
both public and private, which they have already
fitted up this season, they are now engaged upon the
construction of the gas fixtures for Wheeler's new
opera house, Toledo,. Ohio; New Saybrook C'o.'s
Seaside Hotel, Saybrook Point, Conn.; large new
hotel at Minneapolis, Minn. ; St. James' Protestant
Episcopal Chureh, Twenty-second and Walnut
streets, in this city, and "Home for the Aged and
Inflrm" of the M. K. Church, upon Lehigh avenue,
Dear Broad street, Philadelphia.
MUSICAL AND DRAMATIC.
"Rank" at the Arch.
Hank, the new play produced at the Arch last
evening by Miss Lina Edwin's company of New
York actors, treats tbe same theme as Robert
son's Caste, and points the same moral. The
object of both pieces is to demonstrate that the
artificial social distinctions are of comparatively
little moment in comparison with honesty, good
teartedness, and other of the virtues. The real
issue is, to a great extent, evaded, but on the
stage we expect to see strong contrasts, and so
long as tbe dramatic effect is good, we care
little for logic. In Caste the low birth of
"Esthbr" was not so much of an obstacle to her
reception into the aristocratic circle in which
ber husband moved as were her surroundings. A
man in marrying a wife must accept his
wife's relations, and it cannot be denied that
the "Marquise de St. Maur" was to a large ex
tent justified in objecting to "Eccles." In the
play of Hank aa aristocratic gentleman con
tracts a Scotch marriage with a low-born
maiden, and all goes happily until a brother-in-law
makes his appearance in tbe shape of a plg
Btye maker, who invites himself to dine with his
slater's husband, who criticizes the manners of
the guests and the cut of their garments, and
otherwise behaves in a manner well calculated
to make the man of rank heartily sick of his
bargain. Great stress is laid upon the honesty
of this hawbuck, but the sympathies of many
Who cannot be called 'aristocrats could scarcely
fall to enliit themselves en the side of the poor
husband. The plot of the play depends upon
tbe temptation held out to the husband to
deny bis marriage on account of there
having been no ceremony or public recognition
which would make It legal, and upon the efforts
of the brother, who discovers an intention of
this kind, to secure such recognition. The mar
riage Is finally established beyond peradventure,
but a separation between the husband and wife
takes place. After much unhapplness on both
sides they are again reunited, but with a pros
pect that the lady's brother, who in the mean
time bas contracted a taste for gin, will la the
future, as in the past prove a rather unwelcome
addition to the family circle. Rank has little of
the refinement of the plot, language, or charac
terization that distinguishes Caste, but It is a
very cleverly arranged piece, with a lively, ani
mated dialogue, and with some very effective
situations. It was well acted last evening, and
made an exceedingly favorable Impression,
as it has the not too common merit
of being entertaining. Miss Una
Edwin, who personated the heroine,
'Doe Maynard," Is a blonde of preposseislng
appearance and excellent abilities both as an
actress and as a singer. The performance was
artistic and pleasing, and it met with much cor
dial applause. Mr. George Clarke, who enjoys
aa excelleut reputation in this city, played
"Miles Hubbs," the pig-stye maker, in excellent
Style, and Mr. Mark Bates gave a creditable perse-nation
of "Curtis Maynard." Messrs. Harry
Eytinge and Edwin Wynduam were scarcely as
successful as could be desired as the representa
tives of a couple of British "swells," "Lord
Platedasp." and "Hon. Jocelyn Kalkes." Car-
rlcatures, no matter bow broad, should bear
some resemblance to the original model, and it
is difficult to accept the personations of these
gentlemen as being remarkably close copies of
Jefferson as "lllp Vau Winkle."
Mr. Jefferson "Rip Van Winkle" has been
discussed, described, and criticized so often and
from so many differeat points of view that it is
a work of supererogation to attempt to say
anything new with regard to it, and It will be
sufficient if we inform our readers that Mr.
Jefferson appeared last evening at the Walnut
to a well filled bouse, and that he played with
all bis accustomed humor and pathos. Often as
the actor bas appeared in tuls part, it has not
yet palled upon the public taste, and the per
formance last evening was greeted by the usual
hearty manifestations of satisfaction and delight.
Thi City Amuteineuti,
At the Walnut Mr. Jm-eph Jefferson will
appear this evening as -Rip Vau Winkle."
At the Abch the play of Hank will be per-
formed tula eveuing by Una Ed in's New York
At Tali Chesnut Mr. E. L. Davenport will
personate "Rover" In the comedy of Wild Oati,
this evening. Tbe performance will conclude
With A Dull in a China 67iop.
i. mam f iTflSTTM. Ninth and Arch streets.
the dram of Vie Octoroon will ve represented
Cbbip Dby Goods We Invite attention to the
advertisement of C. H. Hararlck Sc Co., No. 43 North
Eighth street, to be found in another column. This
enterprising house are offering their splendid goods
at a reduction or CO per cent. "A word to the wise
BcrnittH Fiorimil An exquisite perfume.
Mb. William W. Cassidt, the Jeweller at No. 8
South Second straws has one of the largest and mest
attractive stocks of all kinds of Jewelry aad Sliver,
ware in the city. He has also on hand a fine assort.
Kent of fine American Western Watches. Those
who onrchase at this store at the present time are
Certain to get the werth of their money.
Whitcoiib's Asthma Rkmbdt Sure cure.
Hkller Mood. On the 4th Inst, at the Hancock
Street M. E. Parsonage, No. 12U Hancock street, by
Kev. C. H. McDermond, William Heller to Katb
Mood, both of Philadelphia.
Lober Burns. On the 3d Inst., at the Parsonage
of Second Kreet M. K. Church, No. 430 Dlckersou
Btreet. by Rev. J.J.Jones, Mr Andrew Lodbb to
Miss Ann ie C. Burns, both of this city.
Arraram. On the 4th instant, Mart Arraham,
widow of Isaac Abraham, deceased, in the 92d year
of her age.
The relatives and mends of the family are respect
fully invited to attend the funeral, from the resi
dence of her daughter, Mry D. Hauptmaa, No. Bll
South Eleventh street, on Wednesday afternoon, at 4
o'clock. To proceed to Monument Cemetery.
Conway. on the 8d Inst., Thomas Conwat.
M. D., in his 66th year.
The relatives and mends of the family are respect
fully invited to attend the fnneral, on Wednesday
afternoon, the 7th Inst, at 8 o'clock, from his late
residence, No. (44 Franklin street. To proceed to
Central Laurel Hill. "
Orrsimer On the 6th Inst , Harrt W. S., eldest
son of W liliam O. W. and Hannah S. Qreslmer, aged
The relatives and friends of the family, also the
members of the Kant gut Ic B. B. C. and Ltbrarv, are
respectfully Invited to attend the f unerl, on Thurs
day, the 8'h lust., at 4V, o'clock, from the residence
of his parents, No. 4r6 Noitn Second Btreet. To
proceed to Monument Cemetery.
Withers. On the 6th instant, JobEr-H S. Withbr3,
aged 83 years.
The relatives and friends of the fami'v, also
members of Franklin Lodge, A. Y. M., No. 134, and
KxcelnlorMark Ludge, No. 816, are respectfully in
vited to attend the funeral, from the residence of
his brother-in law, Joseph K. Caldwell, No. 8209
Spruce street, on Wednesday afternoon, at 8 o'clock.
1 o proceed to Laurel Hill.
FRANKLIN LODGE No. 134. K. Y. M.
The members of Franklin Lodge are respectfully
invited to attend the funeral or nur deceased Brother
JOSEPH 8 VUTUKRH. TO MORROW (Wednes
day) AFTKUNOON, at 8 o'clock.
The Lodge will assemble, at the Hall at that hour.
A cordial invitation is extended ta members of
other Lodges to f"tu ns. Bv order of the W. M.
5 GEOWiE J. BECKER, Secretary.
JOSEPH S. WITHERS. The members of
the BACHELOKS' BAKOE CLUB are Invited to
attekd the funeral or their life rellow-member,
from 82M9 Sprnee street, on WEDNESDAY, 7th
Inst., at 8 o'clock, P. M.
JOHN HUQQARD, Secretrry.
NEW MOURNING STORE.
New Stock at Lowest Prices.
No, 1226 CHESNUT STREET.
NEWEST DESIGNS IN DRESS GOODS.
NEWEST DESIGNS IN BONNETS.
NEWEST DESIGNS IN VEILS.
CHEAPEST ALPACAS IN PHILADA.
CHEAPEST BOMBAZINES IN PHIL ADA.
CHEAPEST BLACK SILKS IN PHILADA
CHEAPEST CRAPE CLOTHS IN PHILA
DELPHIA. EVERY ARTICLE AT LOWEST PRICE.
We would respectfully call attention to our new
Dress-maklDg and t ult Department, where evrry
novelty in black suits will be found ready-made and
made to order, at shortest notice, by a competent
dressmaker, and also call attention to our White
ttoods and Ladles' Underweitr Department. Large
Stock of Linen and Lawn Suits, of finest finish, al
ways on hand.
A. MYERS & CO.,
4 tt stnthBptf No.1228 CHESNUT Street.
For additional Special Ifotictt Iniid Fag,
HERD-BOOK JERSEYS. AN KXHIBL
TION for competition of HERD-BOOK JE
SSY COWS. HE1FKRS, and YOUNG BULLS, for
Pennsylvania and New Jersey, will be hald at
HEKKNESS' BAZAAR, Philadelphia, commencing
MONDAY, noon, Juae 6, and ending THURSDAY,
June 8. ;
There will be choice animals from the herds of
Massey, Twaddlll, 8. J. Shatptess, Howe, Potts,
LuBSon. C. L. Sharpies, and others.
CHARLES L. 81IARPLE39,
For the Committee.
Admittance 25 cents. 6 3 3t
csy TO THE REPUBLICAN VOTBRS OF TUB
NINTH DIVISION, TWENTY-NINTH
WARD The Delegate K'e ;ilon will be hel1 at the
DIVISION HOUSE, corner of TWENTY-FOURTH
and JEFFERSON Streets, on TUESDAY AFTER
NOON, between the hours of i and 8 o'clock P. M
June is, aU other notices to the contrary.
Bv order of
A. J. VANARSDALL,
AID BEDFORD STREET MISSION.
AT CONCERT HALL,
Chesnut street, above Twelfth.
EVENING OF WEDNESDAY, Tth instant.
Ticket sold by Perklnpine & Hlggin. No. 6(J
N. Fourth street; George MUUken, No. 1128 Ches
nut street; Rev. John Long, Missionary, No. 619
Bedford street; or any of the managers of the
Mission. 8 3 3t
THIRTEENTH WARD. THE REPUBL.I
CAN VOTERS will meet in their renpuotlve
Divisions on TUESDAY, June 6th, at 8 o'clock P. M ,
to organize for tbe ensuing year.
Bj order or the Ward Executive Committee,
A. M. FOX, President.
Jambs W. Sayke, Secretary. 6 6 at
tfy GENTLEMEN IN SEARCH OK COMFORT
axd stjlB in BOOTS and SHOES should call on
At NO. 83 South SIXTH Street,
8 80 tf Above Chesnut.
THIBD ANNUAL EXHIBITION
National Photographic Association
OP THE UNITED STATES,
At Horticultural Hall,
JUNE 6 to 13. 10 A. M. TO 10 P. M.
GRANDEST DISPLAY OF
Photographic Works of Art
From all parts of the world ever made In America.
Wonderful, beautiful, liibtruotlve. single admission,
86 cents; season tickets, II; to be had or North A
Co., Horticultural Hall, and at Photograph Galleries
promenade Concerts every evening. Masio by the
Also, the following:
AT THE AMERICAN ACADEMY OF MU8IC,
Wednesdsv. June 7. at kf P. L. THIRD ANNI
VERSARY RECEPTION. Music, Addresses, Biere
opticou, eta A delightful entertainment. Admis
sion tickets and secured seats tree, obtainable
w ednesday and Thursday evenings, June T and 8,
at 8 o'clock, LnwrKiss urn uirni, new ana in
in.it.able. bv Professor HENRY MORTON, ph. u.
Kriav eveninir. June. at 8o'clock,:EX1IBlTiON
IN TBE STERKOPTIi'ON of the Association col
lection of views from all parts of ihe world, such a
collection as was never before exhibited, conlucled
bv J. W. BLACK, Esq., of Boston. Admission,
Wednesday, Thursdav, and Friday evenings, M
Cell's : secured seatu, 76 cents. .
ll iilO BY THE GERMANIA ORCHESTRA.
The sole of tickets for th AcadHiny entertain
ments will commence at the Maio Store of F. a.
North A Co., No. 1UV6 Chesnut street, Tburslay,
Jonel, at A M., aad at the Academy or Music,
ou Saturday. J use , ai same nour.
WW. II. RHOADS, Local Secretary,
No. ISoO FRANKFORU Avenue.
EDWARD L. WILSON, Permanent SecreUry,
bii ARCH Street. b ii rp tl
DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS, I3RIDGE3,
8 EWERS, ETC.
Orrica of Chief Commissioner,
HER, ' I
5, 1871. )
HO. 104 OODTH r IFTQ ST
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
8EALED PROPOSALS will be received at. the
office of the Chief Commissioner of High
ways, until 12 o'clock M. oa FRIDAY, JUh
Instant, for the construction of sewers on the
SERGEANT STREET from the northwest
curb line of KENSINGTON AVENUE, to con
nect with the sewer now constructed on EMER
On COATE3 STREET from TWENTY
FIRST STREET to " TWENTY-SECOND
On BRANDYWINE STREET, EIGH
TEENTH STREET to NINETEENTH STRKET,
and from TWENTIETH STREET to TWENTY
On FILBERT STREET from 8IXTEENTH
8TREET to a point about Bixty-three feet east
of SEVENTEENTH S I REET, said sewers to be
constructed In tbe usual form, with a clear
Inside diameter of three feet.
On fRUCE STREKT. from the east side of
THIRTY-FOURTH STREET to the west side
of TI1IRTY-8EVENTH STREET, to be four
feet In the clear inside diameter.
With such manholes as may be directed by
tbe Chief Engineer and Surveyor. The under
standing, to be that the sewers herein adver
tised are to be completed on or before the 31el
day of December, 1871, and that the contractor
shall take bills prepared against the property
frontingon said sewers to the amount of one dol
lar and fifty cents for each lineal foot of
front on each side of the street as so much
cash paid; tbe balance, as limited by ordinance,
to be paid by the city; and the contractor will
be required to keep the street and sewer in good
order for three years after the sewer Is
When the street is occupied by a city passen
ger railroad track, tbe sewer shall he constructed
alongside of said track in such manner as not to
obstruct or Interfere with the safe passage of the
cars thereon; and no claim for remuneration'
Bhall be paid the contractor by the company
using said track, as specified in the Act of
Apsemblj approved May 8, 180(5.
Each proposal must be accompanied by a cer
tificate that a bond has been filed in the Law
Department, as directed by ordinance of May
If the lowest biddor shall not execute
a contract within five days after the work
Is awarded, he will be doemed as declining, and
will be held liable on bis bond for the differ
ence between his bid and the next lowest bid
der. Specifications may be had at the De
partment of Surveys, which will be strictly
adhered to. The Department of Highways re
serves the right to reject all bids not deemed
All bidders may be present at the time ana
place of opening the said proposals. No al
lowance will be made for rock excavation,
except by special contract.
AiailLUN 11. UlCMiNSU, .
6 6 St Chief Com'r or Highways.
2000 PARASOLS !
NOW ABOUT 2000 PARASOLS
And desiring to close out entire stock, so as not to
keep over year a single one, we will sell at
CLOSING OUT PRICES. j
Buff and White Pongee, lined and boand. all
Buff and White Pongee, lined and bound, all sizes.
Large size Buir Linen Sun Fmorcllas, 14 to 30 Inch
Silk, Linen, and Vienna Fans dosing out.
Whit Piques and Hamtturg Edgings closing out.
Rid Gloves, largest stock, all colors, all sizes.
Bid Gloves, ti, H-80. S1&0, tl 70 for best Jouvln.
U slery at If-os than wholesale nrlces.
ladles' and Children's Gloves, Buff, White, eto.
A. & J. B. BARTHOLOMEW,
No. 23 NORTH EIGHTH STREET
No. 908 CHESNUT STREET. '
N. B That oar Closing Pale of genuine Jouvln
ana otner one uia moves wu last nut a few cu-
The stock la yet complete. : 6 3 stathu
1 ASH 01,1
JL' vx r
ely 2I u t u a 1
NO STOCKHOLDERS TO RECEIVE LA.RGK
INCORPORATED IN 184T.
THE PENH MUTUAL
Life Insurance Company
No. 921 CHESNUT STREET.
Accumulated Fund, nearly $4,000,000
Receipts for 1870 $1,350,000
rrlnclpal Features Small expenses, absolute se
curity, large Return Premiums, Prompt payment of
Losses, and liberality to the insured.
SAMUEL C. BUSY, President.
SAMUEL E. STOKES, Vice-President.
JOHN W. HORN09, A. V. P. and Actuary.
H. 8. STEPHENS, Secretary.
6 6 tuths2lt
for sale-valuable farms, situate
IN MONTGOMERY COUNTY, PA.
On the Bethlehem Pike, IS miles north from
Philadelphia, near the North Pennsylvania Railroad,
containing its acres. Tbe Improvements are large,
consisting of Stone Mansion, with bath, water
closets, range, etc., two Tenant Houses, two large
Barns,stabling for 100 horses and cattle,and all other
necessary outbuildings'. The farm is under good
fence and well watered. The avenues leading to
the mansion are ornamented by two rows of large
shade trees ; large shade trees around thtmanBlon.
There are a variety of fruit trees ; aout thirty acres
in timber, 80 acres in meadow, the balance all arable
land. It Is well adapted for grain, breeding, and
grazing purposes, while its situation, fine old trees,
fruits, and modern Improvements, commend it as a
gentleman's cauntry seat. If desired, can be dl
vlded lmo two farms. There are two sets of farm
buildings. R. J. DOBBINS,
OttuthsGt ''Ledger" Bu l.'lng.
FOR SALE OR EXCIIANUE FOR
No. 1917 Chesnut street.
No. 1403 North Broad street.
No. 1413 North Eighteenth street. 1
Lot, Broad and Vine streets, T3 by 800 feet.
Lot, Broad street, above Thompson, 145 by 800 feet.
Square of Oround, Broad and Diamond streets.
Lot, Broad and Lehigh avenue, 145 feet deep.
Lot, Broad and Summerset streets, 850 by 400 feet
Lot, Broad and Cambria streets, 100 by 639 feet
- S3 acre Farm, Bucks county.
Cottages at Cape May. R. J. DOBBINS,
6 6 tf "Ledger" Building.
FOR SALE OH RBNT BT THE YEAR, OR
. ..... ..... a .he... arnr. nnnrt u u.a.ia
UOLSB. furulHhed witn gas ana water ana every
city convenience, situated m Oijilr street, nar trie
Towuulp Hue, a fww minutes' walk from Wayne
fcUtn-n. Anpiy to ktiilk m. m .it run,
etuibSf No. Wl WALNUT 8 rcet.
NO STORE ON
CORNELIUS & SOHS1
821 CHERRY St.
BAKER, ARNOLD & CO.,
No. 110 C11ESXTJT Street,
Invite attention to their large assortment of
OF NEW AND BEAUTIFUL DESIGNS,
FINISHED IN GOLD-GILT, ORMOLU, VBRD-AN-TIQUE
AND IMPERIAL BRONZE,
Which they offer at prices.
Lower tban Ever Before Known.
8 D lmrp
THE AMERICAN BUTTON-HOLE
Complete Sewing Machine
OBTAINED TWO PRIZES AT THE CIN
CINNATI INDUSTRIAL EXPO
SITION, A GOLD AND SILVER MEDAL WEEK
A few testimonials are given from a large mass of
correspondence of similar character and tone:
1 have worked on a II owe and singer, and find
none to work so beautiful as the American It gives
periect satisfaction. Mrs. Dr. J. H. YOOUM,
Ashland, 8chuylklll county, Pa.
I have used a Uowe, Grover Jk Bafcer, and Mnger,
and wonld not give the American Combination for
all oi them. It gives me perfect satisfaction. I eon
aider it the best in the market Mrs. J. KB SO,
No. 144 8. Fremont street, Baltimore, Md.
Tbe American Is a perfect Gem of a machine. I
would not take a hundred dollars for it if I oould not
get another. It works beautiful.
Mra. AMANDA FAUX, Espy, Pa.
Officb of thh Tkoy Hosiery Manufactcbino)
compak y, l
Troy, N. T., April 82, 1869. J
Tour machine makes very satisfactory woric, both
as to quantity and to quality, and I do not hesitate
to recommend 'hem t be superior to anything I
have yet seen for the purpose to which they are
adapted. T. BUCKLEY, Treasurer.
I have used different machines for nine years
past, but have never seen any equal In all respects to
the American. It is perfectly simple in the combi
nation, easily operated, and dons the most beautiful
work. Mrs. JULIA E. BLACK, Benzonla, Mich.
It works beautifully. We are turning out three
dofcen pairs Of Shoes per day, is OaitoQ-hnles In each
i air. MARY E. GREEN,
No. 1C9 Rlohmond street, Philadelphia.
I have had one of your Combination Button-hole
and Sewing Machines In nse for IS months, and con.
stder it by far tbe best I have ever ased. it works
beautifully. Mrs. ANNIE C. DAVIDSON,
Fashionable Dressmaker, ISO. 1503 Chesnut street.
I an testify that one of the best good things I
know of Is your American Combination Sewing Ma
chine. I have found more satisfaction In using It
than ary of the other three I have owned. This
really beats ail. I heartily and honestly commend
it to all who wish a machine that will be sure to give
perfect satisfaction. Rev. I. W. Si'HENuK,
Pastor of the Third Reformed church,
No. 1435 Filbert street, Philadelphia,
Trice of this Celebrated. Machine only $75.
Price of the Plain Machine, $00.
Call at the Company's Warerooms,
No. 1318 CHESNUT bTREKT,
and examine it In motion. 5 3 tnthf
THIS POPULAR FAMILY HOUSE
OPENS ON THE 20th INST.
For rooms, etc., apply to '
LYCETTE & SAWrEB,
6S 18f CAPE MAY CITY.
pARRY HOUS E
(NEAR WEST POINT). ;
This new and elegant establishment oi) the hanks
of the Hudson River will be opened early In June.
Liberal terms for families. Address
CAS. W. HENDRIX.
Highland Falls, New York.
HENS' WRST POINT HOTEL.
FOR TERMS, fcc,
SXLVAMUS T. COZZENS,
West Point, N. Y.
IS NOW OPEN.
-fM'liKATA MT. SPRINGS. LANCASTER CO.,
lu Pa. This delightful Summer Resort WILL
BE Ol'LN for the Reception of Uuests on 15th June,
1S71. For particulars, address
J. V. FREDERICK, Prop'r, .
H. H.RHINHARD, Bnpt. 6 11m
IRIKNDS' COTTAGE, CAPE MAY, N. X,
1 having been thoroughly reiltted and enlarged,
will be open for guests Sixth Month (Juna) 1st.
Families desiring rooms should make early applica
tion to the proprietress. $15 per week through Juae,
fj 60 a day. S 81 tf A. P. COOK.
CONGBESS BALL, CAPE
I June 1st.
Terms for June, ts w per day.
4 33 frawflt
A 8UPERIOR ASSORTMENT AT
Wholesale and Retail. All at
I. 1 ItlZAItXS Manufacture his
No. 39 North NINTH Street.
S 30 lm4p
BELOW ARCS STREET.
Savery'i Patent Combined
Water Cooler and
litu moved iuli tj be superior to
any in Uia market. , Call aud ex
amine. JACOIl K. HAND. Jr.,
Depot, Nufciu tlattEET BUeefc
tS u GO c&Jb
No. 904 CHESTNUT STREET.
FRESH CHINA MATTINGS.
50 PIECES FRENCH AXMINSTER,
83-25 PER YwAJaO.
TWELFTH AND GIRARD AVENUE.
LATOUR OLIVE OIL,
A fresh Invoice Just Imported.
Davis' Diamond Cincinnati Hams.
Louisville Sugar-cured Rams.
Mlcheners' Star Bams.
Bowers fc Co. City-cured Hams.
Smoked Beef and Beef Tongues.
fit. Louis white Wheat Family flour.
Families residing In Germantown, by mailing their
orders, can have their goods carefully put up, and
delivered dally, at the lowest rates.
N. W. Corner TWELFTH Street and
11 10 thstni
Cousty's East End Grocery.
EXTRA QUALITY SPANISH QUE IN OLIVES,
by the barrel, keg, or gallon.
LONDON BROaN Sl'OUT AND SCOTCH ALB
by the cask or dosen.
Goods delivered free of charge to Germantown,
Chesnut Kill, West Philadelphia, aud Cataden.
Orders solicited at
COUSTY'S East End Grocery,
If. 118 Sosstla BECOUn Mt.,
8 2thsturp5 Below Chesnut, West Side.
NEW CROP T EA 8."
GOOD OOLONGS, very lew by the box or chest, at
8. E. CORNER OF
4 80 tbstuSmrp WALNUT and EIGHTH Sta
Formerly at Allen Cuthen's Chinese
Store, No. 83
oouin regain street. )
FINE TEAS, COFFEEh, CANTON CHINA,
CHINESE AKD JAPANESE FANCT GOODS),
No. 139 South EIGHTH Street,
CURTAINS AND 8HADE8.
No. 719 CHESNUT St.,
Offers some new designs for
CURTAINS AMD LAMBREQUINS,
STRIPED TERRY and
Also, GIMPS AND TRIMMINGS of entirely new
An assortment of LACE CURTAINS of espeulal
elegance and cheapness, some as low aa $100 a
BHOCHB TAPE8TRY PIANO AND TABLE
COVERS are offered greatly below lntrlnslo values,
with a large assortment of EMBROIDERED CLOTH
PIANO AND TABLE COVERS. It thstuSmrp
GOODS FOR THE LADIES.
U M M E R
A 8 H I O N S,
TRIMMED PAPER PATTERNS
LADIES' DRESS TRIMMINGS.
MRS. M. A. BINDER,
NO. 1101, N. W. CORNER ELEVENTH AND
CHESNUT 8TKEET8, PHILA.,
has made very large additions to her stock af Dress
Trimmings, Fringes, Gimps, Buttons to match Salts.
Parasols, Gloves, Flowers, Neck-ties ; Bonnet and
Sash Rlbbena, Real Jet, Gilt, and Pearl Jewelry.
LACES REAL POINT AND APPLIQUE.
Great Inducements In Guipure and Thread Laces,
Valenciennes, Sleeves, Collars, and Cuffs.
Hamburg Edgings and Insertions, newest designs ;
Flouncing, Burning and Trimmings.
DBESS ANJ CLOAK MAKING DEPARTMENT.
Walking Salts, Reception and Evening Dresses,
Wedding .Trousseaux. Large" ordeia executed at
short notice aud at nedarata prices, In tha most
Trimmed and Plain Paper Patterns, t per dozen.
A perfect system of Dress-cutting taught.
Plating, Qotfwlng, and Frlaglng. 4 82atu2mr
Istatlislied In 1705.
, Art Galleries and Warerooms,
No. OIO CHBSNUT Street.
Seduced M per
cent, on form
a 1 stuth emrp
SZ7 u J da cs3
JEWELRY AND SILVERWARE,
Waltham Watch Company.
THE LARGEST STOCK AT
1124 CKESM1T STREET, 1124
6 5mtutl)3t PHILADELPHIA,
COOK & BROTHER,
No. 63 N. EIGHTH Street,
IIO SIERY GOODS
Exclusively of their own Importation.
Jnst received, by steamer City of Antwerp,
Balbriggan Hosiery Goods
EXTRA QUALITIES, AT LOW PRICES.
8 88 tuth 8mrp .
FIRE AND BURQLARPROOF SAFES
Of Welded Steel and Iron,
STEAM SAFE CO.
No. 32 8. FOURTH St.
E. W. THOMAS.
JAMES P. WOOD &CO.v
no. 41 8. fourth rut: ex.
gtam and Hot-water Heating, with
U old's Patent Cast Iron Apparatus.
Architects, Builders and others desiring buildings
heated with steam or hot water should not fall to
examine this apparatus, which is superior to all th
Imitations offered for sale. Our cast-Iron Radiato.a
are adapted to high as well as low-pressure steam.
Steam-lilting In all Its branches done at thJ
Particular attention paid to ventilation.
B. M. FELT WELL, Superintendent.
WOOD'S AMERICAN KITCIIBXEll,
on the European principle, of neat and durable con
struction, suitable for publlo Institutions, hotels,
and private residences, having powerful water
backs, and lta cooking and bakUff qualities cannot
WOOD'S PAHIS RANGE,
of a new and beautiful design, a superior Cooking
and Baking Range, and Che best construction for
heotlng purposes vet offered for sale.
Sole Agents for th sale of
GRIFFITH'S PAT EXT
for ventilation, and a sure enre for smoky chimneys.
BALTIMORE FIRE-PLACE HEATERS.
The latest Improvements, and the best in J the
JAMLV IV VOOI Sc "0.,
atut h Xttrp No. ii- S. FOURTH. -St.