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.THE DAILY" EVENING TELEGRAPH PHILADELPHIA , WEDNESDAY, JUHE 7; 1871.
PUBLISHED EVERT ' AFTERNOON
AT THE EVENING TELEGRAPH BUILDING,
No. 108 8. THIRD STREET,
The Price is three centt per copy (double sheet),
or eighteen cents per week, payable to the carrier
by whom served. The subscription price by mail
is Nine dollars per annum, or One Dollar and
Fifty Cents for two months, invariably in
advance for the time ordered.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7, 1871.
Th Kvkniko Tklioraph, from Its original
establishment, has been In the receipt or telegra
phic news from the New York Associated Press,
Which consists of the Tribune, Times, Herald,
World, Sun, Journal of Commerce, Evening Poet,
Commercial Advertiser, and Evening Express. The
success which has attended onr enterprise Is, In
1 tself, a sufUcIent evidence of the freshness, f nll
ness, and reliability of the news which we have
received from this source. In March, 1S70, we
entered Into a special contract by which Thb
Evening Telegraph has the exclusive use of the
news furnished In the afternoon by the Associated
Press to Its own members, the Xorth American, In
quirer. Ledger, Press, Age, Record, and German Demo
crat, of this city, and the leading Journals of the East,
North, West, and Sonth ; and hereafter Tns Tele
graph will be the only evening paper published in this
tUy in which the afternoon despatches of the Asso
ciated Press will appear.
IWThe earliest regular edition of the Thjs
Evening Telegraph goes to preBsat yi o'clock,
and the subsequent regular editions at Stf , 8 and
jtf. Whenever there is important news of the com
plications In Europe, extra editions will be Issued
after this hour, and before the regular time for the
TBE BA1TLE OF DORKING.
The sensational article from Blackwood, de
scribing the German conquest of England in
1875, which we published a few days ago,
possesses for patriotic American readers ,an
interest distinct from that which appertains to
the military dangers threatening Great
Britain. The author of this remarkable pro
duction gives a wonderfully faithful picture
of the industrial position of England at the
present moment, in the following eztraot: .
"In our blindness we did not see that we
were merely a ' big workshop,
making up the things which
came from all parts of the world, and
that if other nations stopped sending us raw
goods to work up we could not produce them
ourselves. True, we had in those days an ad
vantage in our cheap coal and iron; and had
we taken care not to waste the fuel, it might
have lasted us longer. But even then there
were signs that coal and iron would soon be
come cheaper in other parts; while as to food
and other things England was not better off
than it is now. We were so rich simply be
cause ether nations from all parts of the world
were in the habit of sending their goods to us
to be sold or manufactured; but,
in our folly, we were too careless to insure
our prosperity, and after the course of trade
was turned away it would not come back
Whether the battle of Dorking or a similar
battle is ever fought or not, the above extraot
' truly states at onoe the present cause of Bri
tish prosperity and one of the probable rea
sons of its future destruction. The author's
figures .of speeoh are . amply verified by the
statistical returns, proving that nearly the
whofe of British Imports consist of raw mate
rials, while nearly all British exports consist
of manufactured ' articles; and if he
had entered into particulars he would
have been obliged to date that
a verv . large portion - of this
profitable exchange was conducted with the
United States. This country, however, has
so far grown tired of the primitive form of
commerce consisting of the stupid aot of
selling beavers' tails for a shilling and buy
ing them baok as hats for a pound sterling,
that it has maintained a protective policy
during the last ten years; and uader the
operation of that policy so many varied in
dustries have been developed that this
nation is raDidlr beooming less and
less of a jackal to the British lion. A steady
perseverance in the course which has already
produced so many beneficial results, and al
ready gone eo far to destroy British indus
trial dominance, will finally . make ns the
manufacturers of all the useful fabrics we
consume, and so far change the character of
our foreign commerce that we, too, will be
come exporters of manufactures and im
porters' of raw materials.
Several of the European nations have
already emancipated themselves from
dependence on British factories, simulta
neously enriching themselves; and Germany,
now so much feared by England, owes all her
strength to modern persistence in the wise
policy of protection. No fears of a battle of
Dorking would be entertained in London if
Germany could not forge her own thunder
bolts of war and clothe her own soldiers; and
so. too. no British apprehensions of a war
with the United States would htve hastened
the late treaty if protection had not developed
a host of diversified industries in this country.
TIIE PAY OF FEMALE CLERKS.
Fouu of the ladies employed in the Fifth
Auditor's Office have been recommended to
the Secretary of the Treasury for promotion
to first-class clerkships, subject to the same
examination Dei ore ine uoara recently ap
pointed by the President as is given to the
male candidates, we would be pleased to
know whether the ladies, in case they obtain
the desired appointments, will reoeive the
same pay as the male first-clasa clerks. A
great many, if not all, of the clerical duties in
the Government offices at Washington cau
be performed quite as well by women us by
men; and such being the case, women shoall
not only be eligible for clerkships of all
grades, but they should reoeive the same pay
as men when they perforin the same duties.
It is Bt creditable to the Government that a
distinction has hitherto been tna5 in
this natter, as a very kvrge
number of the female clerks have families-depending
upon them, and require good sala
ries quite as much aa their male colaborcrs
do. Whether they have families or net,
however, they are entitled to proper remune
ration, and it is a real grievanoe that many
women are paid about half price in the Gov
ernment offices for doing the same work as
men who get living salaries. It is discredita
ble that women workers are so badly paid by
piivate employers, but it is scarcely possible
to expect a reform so long as the Govern
ment sets the bad example it does. The four
ladies referred to will undoubtedly receive
justioe at the hands of the examining board,
which is composed of gentlemen who will see
that they have fair play, and if they prove
themselves qualified for the positions to
which they aspire, as we doubt not they will,
they should get full pay as first-class clerks,
and we should be glad of an authoritative an
nouncement from the Secretary of the Trea
sury that they will do so.
Reports from Washington indicate that it
may be neoessary ere long for our Govern
ment to take some decided aotiou with regard
to Ouba. It appears that a commission is
now sitting at Washington to adjudicate upon
the claims of citizens of the United States
owning property in Cuba which baa been
seized by the Spanish authorities. A large
number of these claims have proved to be
legitimate, and the Spanish home Gov
ernment has given orders to its representa
tives in Cuba to make restitution and to cease
from further outrages of the kind in the
future. The Captain-General and his subor
dinates promise obedience, and there the
matter ends so far as they are concerned, for
it is found to be impossible to obtain any
thing from them; but, on the contrary,, fresh
seizures of valuable estates are made
every day, and practically both Spain
and the United States are set at defiance.
Cuba has long been esteemed by Spanish
politicians as valuable only for the unlimited
opportunities it affords for plunder, and the
men who now represent Spanish authority
know that their superiors are not in a position
to enforce their decrees, and they csnse
quently feel at liberty to do as they please
without fear of being called to account and
compelled to disgorge. The United States
Government has hitherto done so little in the
way of interference witn tne a u airs of its
neighbors, and it has been so particularly
careful to respect Spanish rights in Cuba, that
the Captain-General and his satellites proba
bly think that they have as little to fear from
it as they have from the Government of King
Amadeus. There oertainly appears, however,
to be good reason for a display of energy
upon our part which will oonvinoe the plun
derers of Cuba that they have miscalculated;
and if the Spanish Government has not the
power, even if it has the disposition, to-protect
American citizens and their property in
Ouba, we should demonstrate that we have
both disposition and power to do bo.
Yesterday a policeman who was osnviote d
in the Quarter Sessions of a particularly out
rageous assault upon an unoffending oolored
man was sentenced by Judge Allison to pay
a fine of five dollars and the costs. Upon
what principle of justioe the Judge dismissed
the culprit with this merely no minal punish
ment, we do not understand. In his charge
he referred to the assault as if it had been
merely an excess of zeal upon the part of the
policeman, whereas the evidenoe showed that
it was an outrage aggravated by many cir
cumstances that entitled the offender to the
severest penalties permitted by the law.
Policemen and other officers of the
law who, . in the legitimate perform
ance of their duty, may aot
in a somewhat rougher manner
than is strictly justifiable, are entitled to some
consideration, but an officer who abuses his
authority for the deliberate purpose of mal
treating and injuring an inoffensive citizen,
no matter how humble, should, if any distinc
tion is made, be held more strictly to aooouut
than an ordinary offender. Judge Paxson
has earned for himself an enviable reputation
by the efforts he has made to restrain crime
and violence by the imposition of heavy
penalties, and if he had been on the benoh
yesterday the culprit referred to would in all
probability have reoeived his just deserts.
"While our citizens congratulate themselves
upon the good apparent and prospective
moral results of the substitution of a paid for
a volunteer fire department, and while they
desire to make due allowance for the miuy
difficulties attending the establishment of the
new system, they are naturally anxious that
it should be rendered thoroughly effljaaioaa
at the earliest possible moment. The late fires
have disclosed deficiencies and imperfections
which should be instantly remedied: and we
trust that searching investigations will dis
close why a notioa of fires cannot be promptly
given at the proper station, and why delays in
reaching the scene of action occur. The old
System abounded with imperfections, but
thtv were beyond municipal control. The
new one. being subject to regulation in all
its ramifications, will, it is to be hoped, elimi
nate all inherent defects or deficiencies soon
after they are discovered.
Captain HngU Nelson Page, V. S.N.
Captain Hugh Nelson Page, United States
Navy, who died recently at Broad Creek, Prin
cess Anne county, Virginia, was born In Caro
line county, in the same State, In 1788. He re
ceived bis appointment as a mldbbipnian in
Reptember, 1811, and in 1813 be was attached to
tbe schooner Tigress, in the Lake Erie fleet
commanded by Commodore Perry. He dis
tinguished bimself by bis gallant conduct in the
tattle of Lake Erie, which was fought on the
10th cf September, 18L3, and was presented
whh two swords, one by Congress and one by
Die State of Virginia. In 1855 be was retired
on leave with the rank of captain. Captain
Page was tbe last survivor but one of the offi
cers engaged la the battle of Lake Erie.
THE GERMAN LOWES.
Akothkr revision of the losses sustained by Ger
many daring the recent war with France has been
made, and the result tires a total of 4990 officers and
112,038 men, as killed, wounded, and mlssmg.
The number reported as Killed was a follows:
lOJfrrr,. ff,n. TW1.
Korth Germany m UM 18.T&T
Havana 15 1,194 L6S0
wurtemherg as e4 6-
Haden 82 4U3 443
Hesse-Darmstadt 44 m 7i5
Totfll 1,168 1S.131 19,296
The wounfle 1 footed np as follows:
CH"rn. Mm. TWi'.
North Germany 78 71.702 74.764
Bavaria b4 10.21T 10.TS1
'Rurtemberg...,. 64 1,689 1.7M
MlOen 13J S.BTS 2,T1
Htsse-Darmstad3 S3 1,467 1,6 JO
Total 8V&5 87,748 91,537
The number of missing was as follows:
OiKnr. Mm Tital.
North Oermany 30 e.ooa B.9.H
Baden 203 863
Total 6,165 ,19S
These figures gl7e as the total losses the follow
North Germany 8.92 9 833 9M'3
Bavaria 72 11,741 1S-,41
Wortemberg - 89- 8.882 8 ill
Ttaden... lfti 8.204 l,4H
Heese-Darmstadt 107 8,144 8,358
Total , 4,990- 118,033 117,023
Fhom Advbktisbmknts in tub Lesser of January
1966, September, 18C7, and AmiL, 1363.
The People Busf their Clothino at
1st. It Is the Cheapest Place to buy In Philadel
phia. The house doing such a large business em
ploys a large capital, ana gets Its goods from manu
facturers and Importers.
2d. It Is the best place to buy, beeause the Cloth
ing that comes from Oak Ilall Is really first-class In
Style, Make, and Trimmings.
8d. Because there Is no disappointment. Every
thing Is as represented. If an article'.! recommended
It can be fully relied on, and this feature, to those
who are not judges, is invaluable.
4'h, Because the stock comprises- such a splendid
variety that any one can be pleasedi Instead of a
dozea styles, there are hundreds, and any size or
snape can ne nttea.
cth. Because the Clerks and Salesmen are gentle-
marly, and polite attention is given to all, rich or
poor, quick peoplo or tedious, whether they wish to
purchase or not.
6th. Because of the cheerfulness with which an
article Is exchanged If "it does not please the folks
at home," or another style Is preferred.
7th. Beoausn the custom department Is the best
organized Ettablishvunt In Philadelphia to get a gar
ment made to order, to fit, and finished at short
notice, and promptly sent home.
8th. Because the assortment of Goods, in the piece,
In the Custom Department, to sclent a suit from, sur
passes anything ever known In Philadelphia, com
prising as many Goods aa m score of ordinary Tailor
Let the People of Philadelphia come and see what
Industry, Organization, and Close Application to
Business can do in preparing for tho wants of the
Community, and bow Careful Study and Economy in
Purchasing raw material can cheapen an article to a
Orders by mail have the. prompt attention of a
Special Clerx, and where an article Is unsatisfactory
It may be returned and money refunded.
WANAMAKER & BkOWN,
Popular Clothino Housb,
S. K. cor. Sixth and Market Streets.
P. 8. We have a full line of Boys' Clothing and
Gents' Furnishing Goods.
br additional 9prial Notices f Inrtd Pants.
CW U. M. DALY'S WHISKY WAREKOOMS.
KTia OOfl O IPUMWP fCtrAAf onI 1 '1(1 T Vki fit
OF THB BEST BRANDS
IN ORIGINAL, BARRELS.
Amonir which mav be found the celebrated "Golden
Wedding," Bourbon of ancient date; Wheat and
Rve Whiskies, all nure from manufacturers (in ori
ginal packages), including those well-known dls-
THOMAS MOORE fc SON,
Joseph b. finch co.. ana
The attention of the trade Is requested to test
meue y nisKies, at maraei rates. soiw9
KfeJ- C O M 13 INK.
Citizens and Tax-payers opposed to the surrender
of local self-government are Invited to
ASSEMBLE IN MASS MEETINQ
ACADEMY OF MUSIC
On 8ATURDAY, June 10, at S o'clock P. M.,
to receive the Report of the Committee appointed at
the Mass Meeting of March 84th last to visit Harris.
burg in support of legislation to
ABOLISH THE PUBLIC BUILDING COMMISSION.
6 Distinguished Speakers will address the meeting.
Come without distinction of party. Come all who
are opposed to this selr-appointed Commission.
Come all rho would protest against the other com
missions with which we have been threatened, and
which have thus far been only postponed. Come all
who are determined that incompetent and corrupt
men shall not be elected to responsible oitlce. Come
all who are willing to sink partisanship In the eil'ort
to obtain honest, efficient, and economical govern
ment for our city. Come, citizens, In your might.
Forget, for the moment, party attachments and
party prejudices. Join In an uprising against the
domination of bad men. Combine to save the city
from misrule and corruption.
Tickets of admission may be had at Needles',
Twelth and Race streets ; at Calender's, Third and
Walnut streets; at Neblnger's, Second and Christian
streets; at other places to be hereafter designated,
and at the doors of the Acidemr on the night of
meeting. fl T wthsSt
ltX? REV. WILLIAM M. TAYLOR, THE EMI.
nent Scotcli Preacher, who Is now tilling the
pulpit of Rev. Dr. Storrs, of Brooklyn, will preacia
Tills EVENING, at a quarter before 8 o'clocic. in
the Second Presbyterian cuurcn, 1 1 li-huoukkn
Street, Germantown: and TO-MORROW i hnrsday)
KVBN1NO. in Rev. vr. wjne a uaaicn. hkjvu.
below Spruce, at S o'clock. Christian public of all
denominations are cordially Invited to atteud. It
ANNIVEHSAKT KXKKtlSKS OF THE
OLD MAN'ci HOM E OF PHILADELPHIA will
take place on THTRSDAY, Jane 8, at 4 P. M., at
the HOME, corner THIttTY-M INTH and AUCU
Several eminent speakers are expected to address
tne meeting. o s swuc-
LATEST STYLUS IN GENTLEMEN'S
own make, ol dlilerent measures, always on hand.
S 13 tf No. 83 S. SIXTn Street, above CUesnnt.
TVTILL BE PUBLISHED JUNE T
M OTIIP'. GERMAN COSO.IIRST HP
KNULAKU IN 1873,"
Described by an eye-witness In 1925; describing the
arrival of ttie German Armada; destruction of the
Urltlsh fleet; the decisive battle of Dorkiog: capture
Hepriniea from uiacKwooa Augaziae. lSoio,
caper, two. Cloth. Kilt, 6io.
a powerrui satire on me nmiuu-y neipiessness or
England; Tbe imtons are stirred up by it as they
have been by no magazine article of this generatiox
'The Fight at Dame Kuropa School' did not hit tie
bull's eye of Cngiiari feeling more squarely than this
clever shot Iruiu old Mug. Journal e Commerce.
foraoie py an tsooKseuers.
POiU'HJt k COATES, Pub'lshers,
6 Strp PULU'ieluhia.
J " AUK AIOI
SOCK BILL WILSON are ready to provide
FOR THB COMFORT and enjoymeat of their
FBLLO w-CITIZENS, If the thermometer
WILL KEEP at anything below
TWO HUNDRED and Twelve Degrees.
Cass mere Suits for QJ QjYS
Linen Duck Coats for QJ Q AYS
Whit Testa for rjsjj
Alpafa Garments for pQJ JjYS
Linen Dusters for HQ J DAYS
CHEAP PRICES (
CHFAP MUCKS i FOR HOT DAYS.
CHEAP1 1 KICKS (
Os all descriptions of
GREAT BROWN HALL
ROCKHILL I WILSON.
tSOa ftad 605 CHESKUT STEEET,
Elegant Styles in Light and Dark Mlxod.
Plaid and Striped. Suitings.
Diagonal Coatings of beautiful design and fabric.
Handsome stylea-ln Pantaloon Cassioeres.
White, Brown, and Fancy Linens, Drills, etc
Drap d'Ete, Alnaoas, Ducks, Bambca Cloth, etc
WESTON & BROTHER,
S. W. Corner NINTH and ARCH Ets ,
A full assortment now In store
OF THE CHOICEST NOVELTIES. OF
FOR GENTLEMEN'S WEAR.
A SUPERIOR GARMENT AT A REASONABLE
J STEIN W A Y tX SONS'
GRAND SQUARE AND UPRIGHT PIANOS.
Special attention Is called to their
PATENT UPRIGHT PIAN08.
Warerooms. No. 1006 CEESNUT Street. Phuadel.
phla. 4 13 tfrp
-r-Jrg C NIC K.EUIK 6 SONS,
Grand Square and Upright Pianoi.
DUTTON'S PIANO ROOMS,
S161m4plm Nos. 1120 aad 1183 CHESSUT St.
PIANC3 AND ORGANS.
GEO. STECK & CCS.)
KHADBUMY'S, V PIANOS,
HAINES' BROS', J
MASON AND HAMLIN'S CABINET ORGANS
No. W8 OHKSNUT Street.
I. . GOULD. No. 1018 ARCH Street.
wm. o. fuican. i it trip
PAPER HANOINQS. E I O.
No. 1210 CHESHUT St.,
I IS amwsmrp
BAKER, ARNOLD & CO.,
No. T10 CIIESM T Street,
Invite attention to their large assortment of
OF NSW AND BEAUTIFUL DESIGNS,
FINISHED IN GOLD -GILT, ORMOLU, VBRD-AN-TIQUE
AND IMPERIAL BRONZE,
Which they offer at prices
Lower than Ever Before Known.
JEWELRY AND SlLVERWAR
Chestnut & 12th Sts.
Have received a large invoice of very choi J
Mounted in tbe newest and most stylish'
fashion. b i mwsirp.
0. W. LEWIS
S. Corner 12th and MARKET,
ENTRANCE No. IS 13.
This establishment Is without a rival, be!ng the
icauiuu houbo 01 me nay
WHOLESALE TO ALL.
N, B We will nudersell the lowest estimate of
any other establishment in the business.
6 Sfaawrp . VV. corner TWELFTH and MA.KKET.
P 1 K N 1 'A' U K 13
Ko 45 SOUTH SECOND STREET,
Offers his extensive Stocfc.of
FOR THE NEXT THIRTY DATS.
This is a rare opportunity, as his. Fnrnitnrels of
first Quality, patterns new, and designs beaatl
ibl. ' smws8t
THIS POPULAR FAIttllYir HOUSE
. OPENS ON THE 20th INST.
Por rooms, etc., apply to
LYCETTE & SAWYER,
Slat" CAPE MAY CIT1.
R R Y H
O u s
(NEAR WEST POINT).
This new and elegant establishment on the hanks
or tne nnason iwer will be opened early la J ana.
xaoerai terms tor rumuies. Address
CHAS. W. HENDRJX.
Highland Palls, New Y ork.
pOZZESS.'' WK8T POINT HOTEL,
IS NOW OPIN. FOR TERMS, fcc,
Address SYLVAN US T. COZZENS,
West Point N. Y.
x uuD am -wrvi cnntxTnij r a t i a omnvk
'J PA. THIS (hPllirhtfui Hammer Resort WILL
at, ui'ttrt ror tne jcteuepuon or Uuesta Ja loin Jane,
lOlls Vt? ptVXUVUllirv, HQUrcHB
J. W. FREDERICK, PropY,
II. HARBIN HARD, Supt 41 1m
l'ivg VVIXAUJH) VA.A lU A ft 1.1 , ,
Will La AVAfi nm nnata Clvth lUfifh I T. 1
' u vpvu ivi guvoho kJiAvu .uun'ufcu w uu; law
Families desiring rooms should make early appllca-
w tuo uivuncucnn. f lil IUIUUKU UUIIO.
12 1 a day. 5 81 tf A. P. COOK
ClONGBESS BALL, CAPE
Terms for June, 830 per day.
4 86 f mw6t
Genuine Olive Oils,
FOR TABLE USE.
COX'S SPARKLING GELATINE, RIO TAPIOCA
BERMUDA ARROW ROOT, bOOTCfl OAT MEAL,
now landing and for sale by
E0BERT SHOEMAKER & CO.,
N. B. Corner FOURTH and RACE Streets.
Elder Flower Soap.
Just received, by the Flora Halbart, from London,
an Invoice Of BEUBORO'S CELEBRATED ELDER
FLOWER, WINDSOR, GLYCERINE, and HONEY
E0BEET SHOEMAKER & CO.,
N. E. Corner FOURTH and Rs.CE Streets,
6 1 Sm4p PHILADELPHIA.
Oar Letter of Credit gives the bolder the privilege of
drawing either oa
DIIEXEL, UAHJES & CO., Taris,
Henri, A. 8. PETRIE & CO., London,
As may be fonnd most convenient or profitable, and
Is available throughout Jturop. To parties going
abjoad we Olfrr spfeclal facilities, collecting their In
tret and dividends during their absence without
DREXEL & CO.,
Bo. Si BOUTII , THIRD 8TRKJ5U,
WHEELER & WILSON
For Salt on Easy Terms.
HO. 914 OHESNUT STREET.
THIRD ANHUAL EXHIBITION',
National Photographic Association
OF THE UNITED 8TATE8,
At Horticultural Kail,
JUNE 6 to 13. 10" A. M. TO 10 PM,
GRANDEST. DISPIiAY OP
Photographic Works of Art
From all parts of the world ever mads in America.
Wonderinl, beautiful, limtruotlve. Blwrle admission,
86 cents; season tickets, (l; to be hud of North &
Co., Horticultural HaU.amtat v hototrraph Galleries.
Promenade Concerts every evening. Musio by the f
Also, the following:
AT THE AMERICAN ACADEMY OF MUSIC;
Wednesday. June 7, at P. M., THIRD ANSI
VR8ARY KKCEPTION. Music, Addressea, Hiere.
opticon, eta A delightful entertainment. AdmtB
sion tickets and secured seaut free, obtsOaable as
Wednesday and Thursday evenings, June T and 8,
at 8 o'clock, LKttt'i KB- ON LIcnT. new and In
imitable, by Professor HENK MORTON, Ph.D.
Friday eveninpr, Jun, at 8o'cioc,"EXyiIBITION .
IN THE BTKKKOPTIOUN of the Association col .
lection of views from all parts of hn world, such a
collection aa was never before exhibited, eonriuotod
by J. W. BLaCK, Esq., of Hot-ton. Admission, ,
Wednesday, Thurndav, aDd Friday evenings, Da
Cents; secured neat, "6 cenw.
MH8IO BY TUB 44K2MANIA OROHJESTRA.
The sale of tickets for the AosLtntaj entertain. .
meDis will commence at the Manic Ntore of F. a.
North A Co., No. 10S Chesnut street Thursday,
June 1, at 9 A M.,. aad at the Acadoasy of jluslo,-.
on Saturday, June 8. at same hour.
WM. II. RHOADS, Looal Secretary,
No. 1S) FRANKKO'UJ Avenue.
EDWARD L. WILSON, Permanen; Secretary,
Ne. 6S3 ARCH btreet. 686 rp t?j
25 Cents per Yard,
3v tbe HoU,
5-4 do. 30 Cants.
' ALSO, '
3et Pailor Matting..
3-4 and 7-8 Gtalr do
R. L. KNIGHT . SOR,
1Z f mw3m
FIRE ANU BURCttAR PROOF 8 AH 0
SAFES CHESNUT St.
8 fmwOin (MASONIC HALL)
MILLINERY, TRIMMINGS, ETO.
PIcVAUUII Jk IUNGAIf,
NO. 114 SOUTH ELEVENTH STREET,
Have opened their Spring Assortment of
DESIRABLE WHITE GOODS.
Piques in Plaids, Stripes, and Cords. ' '
French Nainsook, all prices. '
French Muslin, I yards wide, very low.
Tucked Muslin, for Waists aud Hklrts.
A LaRQK STOCK OF HAMBURU EDGING AND
Real and Imitation Laces.
Rich Flouncing In Nainsook and Swiss.
French Caps for Ladies and Children.
Ladles' Under-earments, very cheap.
NOVELTIES AND FANCY ARTICLES RE
oa hand and made to order. i I3w3m
GARDHER & FLEMING,
CARRIAGE BUILDERS, '
No. 214 South FIFTH Street.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
INCLUDING PHOTONS, JENNY LIND3,
BUGGIES, ETO '
ALWAYS ON HAND.
All WORK WARRANTED to be Of the b
WORKMANSHIP and MATERIALS.
Also, an assortmsat of SECONDHAND CAR.
RIAGE3 for sale at reasonable prices.
Bpeclal attention given to RK PAIRING.
REPAIRING, KEPA1NTINO, and VARN18HINO.