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THE DAILY EVENING TELEQRAPH--F1IILADELPIIIA, WEDNESDAY JUNE 71871;
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A NOBLE SALAD-MIXER, ; .
"When many of the French nobility were
refugees in England daring the first years of
that revolution of '03, which has not yet come
to an end, they found various ways of living.
The most -singular man (as well as the most
ingular way of life on the part of the re
fugee) was the noble Chevalier D'Aubigne.
In the deepest of his distress he was asked by
an English friend to dine at a tavern. At
that time the English nsed to eat lettuce just
as they now do water-cress, with a little salt,
and nothing else. D'Aubigne took the let
tuce that was placed on the table, and pro
ceeded to make a salad after the fashion of his
country. Tho other guests in the room onri--ouBly
watched the work and the artist. They
ennffed tip the refreshing air of a mayon
naise, and when the Chevalier and his friend
had consumed the delicious mixture with an
air of intense Batiafaetion, a guest from an
other table approached the former, and said:
'Sir, it is well known that salad is made
properly only by your great nation. Would
it be too much to ask of your courtesy to
mix one for me and the three other gentle
men at yonder table ?" The Chevalier aooord
ingly assented. He went over, mixed the
ealad to their taste, made himself the while
as agreeable as the salad, and just intimated,
by the way, that he was a noble refugee with
out means of buying for himself what he
mixed so well for others. Tho chief of
the guests whom he had thus served
pressed his hand at parting, and left
a guinea in it. A golden idea was
dropped at the same moment into the Cheva
lier's brain; he gave his address to the donor
of the guinea. The meaning thereof was
thoroughly understood. A few days later
D'Aubigne received a letter, inviting him to
repair to a ducal mansion for the purpose of
preparing a salad for a large dinner party,
as it was understood it was his profession to
do. D'Aubigne presented himself with
alacrity, and when the task was completed he
asked five pounds for the achievement. That
completed the conviotion of the party that he
was an invaluable artist in salads. lie could
scarcely answer the calls made upon him. In
a brief space of time he was to be seen in a
little carriage, with an attendant, in whose
care was a mahogany case containing separate
ingredients for the concocting of various sorts
of salads according to different tastes and
requirements. Subsequently he sold similar
cases as fast as he could supply them, with
instructions, for the benefit of patrons at a
distance. Fortune, in short, rolled in upon
him. He was a saving and a prudent man.
The Chevalier put away eighty thousand
francs by salad-making ! Sixty thousand of
that sum he invested in the funds when he
returned to his native country. With the
other twenty thousand he bought a caBtle and
an estate that is to say, of course, a country
cottage and a garden and lived at least as
happily as if he had made it all by bloodshed
and pillage in war.
HO W TO R TILE A HUSBAND.
Above all things, if a wife wishes to make
borne attractive to her mate, let her keep a;
sharp eye on the cook; nothing makes a male
creature more discontented witu hisjhouae than
bad dinners, ill-served; if there is anything!
that will make him swear (and there generally
is, my dear young lady, 'although his temper!
seemed so angelic when he was a-wooing), it is a;
cold plate with hot meat, or a hot one with
bis cheese. Neglect of this sort is unpardon
able. Again, it may not be possible to
give him dainties, but it is easy to avoid
monotony by a careful study of the
cookery-book; and it is quite aston
ishing how the monster man can be subju
gated and assuaged by a judicious variation
of his meals. The creature may be allegori
cally pictured lightly led by a fair lady with a
wedding-ring through his palate. Indeed,l
there are a thousand ways to lead him, if
women would show a little tact, with which,
they are so falsely credited. Opposition, con
tradiction, makes him furious; he stamps, he
roars, and becomes altogether dangerous.'
"WhereaB, treat him tenderly, O wife, and you
shall wind him around your marriage-finger,'
I have seen wives miss their chance of gain
ing what they have set their eyes on a thou;
sand times through sheer stupidity; they
know that a certain line of conduct is sure to
armor him and trAt f.TbAV trilfiillv nnnana if.
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when smooth and easy victory awaits them in
another direction. Tact! Such women, I
Bay, have not even instinct. Birds of para
dise, for instance (not to be rude), would act
in a more sagacious manner.
SOW PHOTOGRAPHY ASSISTS JUSTIC.
An interesting article on the applications of
photography, in the last number of the Edin
burgh Review, contains the following: "The
law has obtained, thron&h this instmmsn.
tality, a witness to fact which it is difficult to
gainsay. t There is no cross-questioning such
evidence. In cases of boiler explosion and
accidents to machinery, and even the damage
d6ne to vessels by collisions at sea, the silent
evidence of the sun-picture is sufficient to
settle many a disputed point; and not long
since a lawsuit, in which Earl Spencer was
one of the litigants, was decided by a photo
graph of a public road and garden wall, which
settled a point of disputed boundary. '
y "But the most extraordinary piece of
legal evidence we have yet heard of occurred
some time fince in Australia. A gentleman
named Black went with a surveyor to examine
into the particulars of a certain mine claim,
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iicu uc a duuucuij dojlb'i uy huluo ryugu
supposed to be in the pay of the other side,
stripped, smeared with 'tar, and for want of
feathers was oramented with straw, wool,
and other rubbish. , When be managed to
escape from his persecutors, instead of retir
ing to get rid of . his horrid encumbrance, he
detemiimd to take a note of it at once, and
forthwith proceeded to a photographer, where
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tug iiA(wtt9 wBa uneu iu mis e&iruoruinary
costume, and with this evidence upon him he
proceeded to his lawyer, and Uid his damages
at L'uiiij, wnicu ne ought to nave obtained,
Jif he did tot," ' ' " . ' i
. On 'the first of Jalv next uniform nostae
Stamps wUl be introduced in tho post ofllees of
' A cootie at Danbnrv. Conn. '. havlne care
fully considered the qnebiiou for twenty-fife
years, nave receuuy ueciaea io gel niarriea, ;
- The snail stands a chance for the toothache.
Somebody says be has 110 rows of teeth, with
111 on eacii row, or 14,-su. i
' Viealw. South California, ees all big trees
and goes them seven feet better, with a sapling
fortv feet and four Inches in diameter. i
The Newark Board of Education is discuss
ing the Question of admitting colored rmoils to
tKn llloli hohnnl . A fnr Hard fthfclln nnn.iun tVia
proposition, but there appears to na a majority
. in its favor. I
That the lanimaa-e of Wales 1 not eaual to
fha rniitrfinriitH of modern American Ltamrt-
la cVna.il liv tVinaa four HnPH in tllB VVli.h
Tiancr at Scrnnton: "Cvfarfu Cynapledd
- bdemocrata'.dd Dalaath am lOo'r gloch heddy w.
ac wedi, j tnodo crvshwvallawd gohlrlwyd hyd
8 y prydnawu, pan y, gwuaed y penodladau
c.uljuoi: Am Auditor-General, y Cad. Wm
McCandlass O lhiiadelphia; am Surveyor-
General, Captain J. M. Coke o air Lawrence.
Wm. A. Wallace (Coftee Pot Vallack a
etholwvd j n Gadeirydd Cytbyllawd Canolbar
Lol y iUlaeth."
FOREIGN MAIL NOTES.
I ' - -
j -When Garibaldi's daughter Theresa died at
Florence, in January last, so little money was
! found in her possession that friends had to pay
jfor her funeral.
1 Mnhal Prim left to his family a'librarr of
'upward of thirty thousand volumes. The Cab
inet of King Aniadeus intends to propose to the
new Cortes to purchase that library for the
I The Queen of Sweden died of a disease con
tracted while she was watching, a few months
go, at the death-bed of her mother, the Princess
, Frederica of the Netherlands, a sister of the
Emperor William of Germany.
' The Oymnase Theatre in Paris, upon re-
I opening its doors, resumed the representations
of Frou-Frou, but the play which, previous te
the war, had delighted the Parisians so much,
did not prove attractive anymore, and had to bo
The brother f Ilenry lfelne, the Rifted. Ger
man poet and satirist who died in Paris several
years ago in very humble circumstances, is a
tnillienaire In Vienna, proprietor of a very
flourishing daily newspaper and a nobleman by
' the grace of the Emperor Francis Joseph.
August Lewald, a German journalist,
novelist, and dramatist of great celebrity, died
the other day in bis seventy-ninth yey at
Munich in Bavaria. Many years ago he started
the Europa, a literary journal, which soon be
came the most popular paper of its class on the
Coatinent of Europe, lie was a brother of
There has been a reconciliation between the
Kins: of Portugal and his Queen. Maria Pia. A
letter from the Holy Father, remonstrating with
the King for his conduct towards his consort, is
said to have led to the reconciliation. Maria
Pia, it is true, Is a daughter of Victor Emanuel,
kut Pius the Ninth is her godfather, and has
always been very kind to her.
--iTlnce Bismarck: has two organs, an official
ne, the Provincial Correspondence, which is
edited by Lothar Buctaer. who was formerly a
democrat of republican proclivities, and a seml-
ornclai one, the Jfortn Herman Universal
Qazelle. The A reuz-Zeituwi, though generally
well informed about the views and intentions of
the Prussian Government, has no connection
whatever with it.
J D G E H I L L SCHOOL
MKRCHANTVILLB, N. J.,
Four Miles from Philadelphia.
The session commenced MONDAY, April 10,
For circulars apply to
Rev. T. W. OATTBXXk
JADIES' HUMAN HAIR EMPORIUM
No. 7 S. TENTH Street.
Having opened a new and splendid store for the
accommodation of the ladies' who desire nne HA IK
WOKK, the best talent that can be procured Is em
ployed In this line of business, who have had twelve
years' experience In France and Germany, nuking
up all the various designs of HAIR FROM COMB
INGS, which some have the presumption to claim as
The ability of MISS WEEKS in HAIR DRESSING
Is acknowledged by ar tlBts in the business to stand
unrivalled. 41sw20ti O. F. WEEKS.
JyJ R 8. R. DILLON
NOB. 883 AND 831 SOUTH STKKBT,
FANCY AND MOURNING MILLINERY, CRAPl
Ladles' and Misses' Crape, Felt, Gimp, Hair, Satin,
Bilk, Straw and Velvets, Hats and Bonnets, French
Flowers, Hat and Bonnet Frames, Crapes, Laces,
Silks, Satins, Velvets, Ribbons, Sashes, Ornaments
and all Kinds of Millinery Goods.
FEET HEMLOCK JOIST
iLL LKNGTHS,, ALL SIZES.
500 000 FEKT 5" aud - SOUTH
ERN PINE FLOORING (Dry).
Our own working. Assorted and unassorted.
250 000 FEET virgikia sAp
Our own working. ' Assorted and unassorted. 1
250 000 FEET 4"' 3-' 5-8 audi-!
INCH SAP BOX HOARDS,.
Together with a large and well-selected stock of
thoroughly seasoned Building Lumber of all dencrip
tlons, unliable for the erection of Urge factories,
stores, dwellings, etc. in connection with the above
we are now ruunmg a .... -
Steam Saw and Planing: Mill, I
And are fully prepared to furnish Builders and
, omers wua
pilll Work or all Inscriptions,
WINDOW FRAMES, 8ASW, SHUTTERS, DOORS,
SUPERIOR WTOD MOULDINGS A SPECIALTY.
DROWN A WOELPPER,
No. 827 RICHMOND STREET,
B9tuthslm - - PHILADELPHIA.
1 071 SEASONED CLEAR r"INJl. 1 Q
10 i 1 SEASONED CLEAR PINK. 10 k 1
CHOICE PATTERN PINE.
SPANISH CEDAR, FOR PATTERNS,
DELAWARE FIX HIRING.
FLORIDA STEP BOARDS.
t Oil WALNUT BOARDS AND PLANK.
I O 4 1 WALNUT BOARDS AND PLANK. LOU
lO71 UNDERTAKERS' LUMBER.
lOll UNDERTAKERS' LUMBER.
WALNUT AND PINE.
1W71 SEASONED POPLAR.
lOil SEASONED CHERRY.
WHITE OAK PLANK AND BOARDS,
ton CIGAR BOX MAKERS' iQMj
lb I 1 CIGAR BOX MAKERS' lO I 1
SPANISH CEDAR BOX BOARDS,
FOR SALE LOW. I
1 UMi . CAROLINA SCANTLING.
lO 1 1 , CAROLINA H. T. SILLS.
' NORWAY SCANTLING.
CEDAR SHINGLES. it)i,
CYPRESS SHINGLES. 10 1 1
MAULE, BROTHER t CO.,
No. 1600 SOUTH Street.
PANEL PLANK. ALL THICKNESSES
COMMON PLANK, ALL THICKNKSSJUi. ,
1 COMMON BOARDS.
1 and I SIDE FENCE BOARDS.
WHITE PINE FLOORING BOAR B3.
YELLOW AND SAP PINE FLOORINGS, 1 an
i)i SPRUCE JOIST, ALL SIZES.
HKMLOCKrOIST, ALL SIZES.
PLASTERING LATH A SPECIALTY,
Together with a general assortment of Ball dim
Lumber for sale low for cash. T. W. 8MALTZ, 1
ttoem No. mo RIDGE Avenue, north of Poplar 81
la Brighter, will not Fade, Costs Less than any ota '
. because It will P&lut twice as much surtuoe.
.BOLD BY ALL DEALERS IN
,rpHE CAMDEN AND AMBOY AND PHILADKL-
PANIES. . ' '
. on and after THURSDAY, June 1, 18TL ;
TRAINS WILL LRATK AS FOLLOW8 !
FROM WALNUT STREET WHARF.
At 8-18 s. m. Accommodation via Camden and Am
00 j, and at 8 80 p. m. Accommodation via Camden
and Jersey City for New York.
At a and p. in. for Am boy and Intermediate sta
tions. e .
At ! B a. m. and 8-30 p. m. for Freehold and Far
mlngdale. Ateifi, 8, and loa. m., Urn., 8, 8 so, and 6 p.m.
At 6-15, 8, and 10 a. m., 13 m., 9, 8 80, B, 6, T so, and
11 30 p. m. for Bordentown, Florence, Burlington,
Edgewater, Beverly, Delanco, and Rlverton.
At 6-15 and lo a. in., 18 m., 8, 8 80, 5, 6, T'30, and
1180 p. m. for Riverside, and Palmyra.
At 6 16 and 10 a. m., 12 m., B, 6, 7-80, and 11 80 p. m.
for Fish Houbo.
The 11 30 p. m. Line leaves from Market Streot
Ferry (upper side).
FROM WEST PHILADELPHIA DEPOT.
At T, 816, and li a. ro., rso, 8, 6 30, 6 4. and 18
p. ro., New York Express Lines, and 11 80 p. m.
emigrant Line, via Jersey city.
At 7, 8'1B and 11 a. m., 1120, 8, B'30, 6 48, and 12
p. m. for Trenton.
At 7, 818, and 11 a. m., 4 and 12 p. m. for Brlsto1.
At 18 p. m. (Night) for Morrisvllle, Tnllytown,
Schenck's, Eddiugfon, Cornwells, Torrlfldale,
Holmesbnrg Junction, Tacony, Whwinoinlng,
Bridesburg, and Franklord.
Sunday Lines leave at 11 a, m., 6-46 p.- m., and 12
FROM KENSINGTON DEPOT.
At 7 and 9 30 a. m., 2 30, 8, and 6 p. m. for Tren
ton and Bristol. And at 6 p. m. for Bristol.
At 7 and 9 30 a. m., 2-80 and 6 p. m. for Morris
vllle and Tullytown.
At 7 and 9 so a. m , 8 30, 6, and 6 p. m. for
Schenck's, Eddtngton, Cornwells, Torrls,dale, and
At 6 48 a. m., 12 So, 618, and 7' 18 p. m. for Bustle
ton, Holmesburg, and HolrneBburg Junction.
At 6 48 and 9 30 a. in.. 12 B0. 2 30, 618,6, and 715
b. m. for Tacony, Wlsslnomtng, Bridesburg, and
VIA BELVIDERE DELAWARE RAILROAD.
At 7 a. m. and 8 p. m. lor Niagara Falls, Buiralo,
Dunkirk, Elrolra, Rochester, Syracuso, Great Bend,
Kcranton, Wllkesbarre, Stroudsburg, Water Gap,
Belvidere, Easton, lanif)ertville, Flemlngton, etc.,
and 7 a. m. for Schnolcy's Mountain.
At 9 80 a. m. and B p. m. for Pennington, Lambert
vllle, and Intermediate stations, and at 6 p. m. for
FROM MARKET STREET FERRY (UPPER SIDE).
VIA NEW JERSBY SOUTHERN RAILROAD.
At 11 a. m. for New York, Long Branch, and inter
VIA CAMDEN AND BURLINGTON COUNTY
At 6 and 11 a. m., l, 2-30, 8-30, 8, and 6-30 p. m.,
and on Thursday and Saturday nights at 11-30 p. m.
for Merchantsvllle, Moorestown, Hartford, Mason
Vllle, Halnsport, and Mount Holly.
At 6 a. m.,8-30 andO-30 p. m, forLumberton and
At 6 and 11 a. m., 8-80, 8, and 6-30 p. ra. for
Bmtthville,. E wans vllle, Vlncentown, Birmingham,
At 6 a. m., 1 and 8-30 p. m., for Lewistown,
Wrightstown, Oookstown, New Egypt, Uorners
town, Cream Ridge, Imlnvstown, Sharon, and
Uightstown. WiL H. GATZMER,' .
May 29, 1S71. Agent.
NORTH PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD Tfl
short Middle Route to the Lehigh and Wyom
ing Valleys, Northern Pennsylvania, Southern and
Interior New York, Buiralo, Auburn, Rochester,
the great Lakes, and the Dominion of Canada.
Takes effect May IS. 1871.
Sixteen Daily Trains leave Passenger Depot, cor
ner of Berks and American streets Sundays ex
cepted), as follows:
7 00 a. m. (Accommodation), for Fort Washington.
7-36 a m. (Express), lor Bethlehem, Easton, Al-
lentown, Mauch Chunk, Wllkesbarre, Williams
port, Mahanoy City, Uazleton, Blttston, Towauda,
Waverly, Auburn, Elmira, and In connection with
the ERIE RAILWAY for Buffalo, Niagara Falls.
Rochester, Cleveland, Chicago, San Frauclsco, and
all points in the Great Wesf.
8 28 a. m. (Accommodation) for Doylestown.
9 40 a. m. (Express) for Bethlehem, Easton, Allen
town, Maucn Chunk, Willlamsport, Wllkesbarre,
Plttston, Soranton, Hackettstown, Schooley's Moun
tain, and N. J. Cential and Morris aud Essex Rail
roads. 11 a. m. (Accommodation) for Fort Washington.
l-3vand 6 30 p. m. for Abliifctou. i
3 d. nt. (Express) for Bethlehem, Easton, Allen-1
town, Mauch chunk, Mahanoy City, Wllkesbarre,!
Pittsion, and Uazleton.
2 30 p. m. (Accommodation) for Doylostown.
At 820 p. in. (Bethlehem Accommodation) for
Bethlehem, Easton, Allentown, . MjucU (JUu,nk,
WUkeBbarre, and Scranton.
At 4 p. m. (Accommodation) for Bethlehem.
4 80 p. m. (Mall) for Doylestown.
6 16 p. m. for Bethlehem, Easton, AlTsntown, and
6 30 p. m. (Accommodation) for Lansdale. ,
815 and 11-30 p. m. (Accommodation) for Fort
The Fifth and Sixth streets, Second and Third
streets, and-Union Lines City Cars run ta the
Drains arrive in philadblphia from :
Bethlehem at 8-68 and 10 35 a. m. ; 2'18, 6 20, 816,
and ioo p. m.
Doylestown at 8-25 a. m., 4-48 and 6 15 p. ra. !
Lansdale at 7-30 a. m.
Fort Washington at 9-20 and 11-80 a. ra., 3-03 and
10-00 p. m.
Abington at 8 45 and 7-00 p. m.
. ON SUNDAYS.
Philadelphia for Bethlehem at 9-30 a. m.
Philadelphia for Doylestown at 2 U0 p. in.
Philadelphia for Fort Washington at 9 00 a m.
and 6 46 p. in.
Poylestown for Philadelphia at 6-45 p. m.
Bethlehem for Philadelphia at 4 00 p. m.
Fort Washington for Philadelphia at 10 00 a.m.
and 8-co p. m.
Tickets sold and baggage checked through to all
principal points at Matin's North Pennsylvania Bag
gace Express Ofllce, No. ins 8. Fifth street.
May 16, 187 1. , ELLIS CLARK, Agent
PHILADELPHIA AND ERIE RAILROAD.
bUMMER TIME TABLE.
On and after MONDAY. May la, 1871,
the trams on the Philadelphia and Erie Rail
road will run as follows from the Pennsylvania Rail
road Depot, West Philadelphia:
MAIL TRAIN leaves Philadelphia 710 P. M.
" " Willlamsport.i.... 4-18 A.M.
arrives at Erie 8 50 P. M.
ERIE EXPRESS leaves Philadelphia.. '..12-30 P. M.
" " WilUamsport,. . . 8 60 P. M.
" arrives at Erie. 7-40 A. M.
ELMIRA MAIL leaves Philadelphia 9-30 A. M.
" " WilUamsport.... 6-38 P. M.
arrives at Lock. Haven . . 7 80 P. M.
MAIL TRAIN leaves Erie. 11 20 A. M.
" WilUamsport 10-00 p. M.
arrives at Vhliadelpnla. ... 6 -so A. M.
ERIE EXPRESS leaves Erie 9U0 P. M.
WilUamsport... 8-28 A. M.
" arrives at Plilladelpoia. 6 60 P. M.
ELMIRA MAIL leaveB Lock Haven 8-09 A. M.
" " WilUamsport. 9-15 A. M.
" arrives at Philadelphia... 6-30 P. M.
BUFFALO EXP. leaves WilUamsport.... 1-25 A. M.
" " Suubury 1-28 A. M.
. arrives at PhU ideiphla.. 9-40 A. M.
Mall East connects east and west at Erie with L.
8. & M. s. R, w. end at Corry and Irvlneton with
Oil Crtek and Alleghen.'lt. 1L W.
Mall west wltn west-bound trains on L. S. A M. 8.
R. W. and at Corry and Irvlneton with OH Crees
and Allegheny R. ll W.
Warren Accommodation east and West with trains
on L. S. and M. S. R. W. east and west and at Corry
With O. C. and A. It. R. W.
Erie Accommodation east at Corry and west at
Corry and Irvlnetswn with O. C. and A. li. 1L W.
Eliulra Mall and Buffalo Express make close con
nection at v uiifimspoi t with the N. c. it. w. trains,
north and south.
CatawlHsa passenger trains will be run east from
WilUamsport on Erie Express, and west to WU
Uanisport on Elmira Mail. -
WM. A. BALDWIN, General Superintendent.
QAM DEN AND ATLANTIC RAILROAD.
On and after MONDAY, May 15, 1871, trains will
leave VINE Street Ferry as follows: -
Freight (with passenger car) 7-00 A. M.
Mall j 8 00 A. M.
Atlantic Accommodation. ; 3-45 P. M.
Returning, leave Atlantic : '
Freight 12-48 P. M,
Mall 4 00 P. M.
AUantlo Accommodation 6-15 A. M.
LOCAL TRAINS LEAVE: '
For HaddonUeid. . and 1015 A. M., 8 and 4-lB P. JI.
For Atco and lntermudiate stations 10-15 A. M.
For Hammonton and intermediate statlous.8 00 P.M.
Haddonfleld, it aud 11 A. M., audi, 8 W, and 10
Atco, 12-18 P. M.: nammonton 6 A. M. i
Night line for lladdonDeid leaves Camden 1P30
P. M. i
Freight must be delivered at Vine street wharf by
4 P. M. to Uihure 1U uantfuortatioa next day. . i
CM D.1LMUNDY Agent;
1) HILADELPUIA AND READING RAILROAD.
. . . ! , .
Depot THIRTEENTH and CALLOWHILL Streets,
i Until further notice trains will Leave and Arrive
as follows: -
. TRATNfl 1KATK.
Reading and Allentown War TflfW m.
Harrlsburg and Pottsvllle Express 8-80 a. ra
Philadelphia and PotUville W. Tr'n 12-80 p. m
Harrlsburg and Pottsvllle Express 8-80 p. m.
pottstown Accommodation 4-30 p. m.
Reading and Pottsvllle Accommodation.. 5-15 p.m.
To Reading ; 8-00 a. m
ToPotuviEe 8.15 p.m.
. TRAINS ARRIVE.
Pottstown Accommodation 845 a. m.
Reading and Pottsvllle Accommodation.. 10-20 a. m.
Harrlsburg and Pottsvllle Express. 100 p. m.
Philadelphia and Pottsvllle W. Tr'n 4-30 p. m.
Harrlsburg and Pottsvllle Express 6'15 p. m.
Harrlsburg, Pottsvllle, and Allentown Ac
commodation 9-10 p. m'.
' . . , ON SUNDAYS.
From Pottsvllle 12-35 a, m.
From Reading , 7-isp. m.
The Sunday trains connect with similar trains ou
the Perklomen and Colebrookdale Railroads.
For Downlrgtown and points on Chester Valley
Railroad take 7-80 a. m., 18-30 aud 4-30 p. m.
For Sehwenksville and points on Perklomen Rail
road take 7-30 a. m., 12-30 and 4-so p. m.
For Mt. Pleasant and points on Colebrookdale
Railroad take 7-30 a. m. and 4-30 p. m.
PARK ACCOMMODATION TRAINS, DAILY EXCBPTStJUDAY,
Leave depot, Thirteenth and CallowhtU streets,
For West Manaynnk at 8-45 a. m. and 6 80 p. m.
Leave West Manaynnk. 6'10 and 10-10 a. m.
For Belmont at 8-45 and 11-30 a. in., and 2, 4, and
6-30 P. M.
Leave Belmont at 6-24 and 10'26 a. m., 1214 noon,
2-46 and 6-30 p. m.
Leave Fifteenth btreet and Pennsylvania avenue,
for Belmont, 9, 10, li a. m., 1, 8, 3, 4, 4 50, 5-40, and
6'40 P. M.
Leave Belmont, B-25, 10-25, 11-25 a. m., 1-25, 2-25,
-D, o-io, o- io, ana 7-05 p. m.
Exchange Tickets to and from Belmont are sold
by conductors of Park train of this Company, and
Thirteenth and Fifteenth, Seventeenth and Nine
teenth, add Green and Coates stieet cars, good on
lines uif uuuueu.
New York Express for Pittsburg and West.
Trains leave New York at 9 a. m. and 5 p. m.,
passing Reading at 1 65 and 9-60 p.m. connecting
at Harrlsburg with Pennsylvania and Northern
Central trains for Chicago, Cincinnati, Pittsburg,
Baltimore, Willlamsport, etc.
Sleeping-cars accompany these trains through be
tween Jersey City and Chicago without change.
Trains for New York leave Uarrisburg at 40-5 and
8-10 a. m.. and 2 d. m.
Additional train leaves New York for Harrlsburg
at 12-80 noon.
For particulars see Guide Books, which can be ob
tained at . m, corner or jsintn ana unesaut streets,
under Continental Holel, No. 811 ohesnut street, and
at all stations, without charge.
Season, School, Mileage, and Commutation Tickets
at reduced rates, to be had of S. Bradford, Trea
surer, Na 227 South Fourth street, Philadelphia, or
J. E. Wooten, Assistant Superintendent, Reading.
Street Cars. The Thirteenth and Fifteenth, and
itace ana vine streets, connecting wltn otner lines,
run close to the depot.
Baggage collected and delivered by Dungan's
uagguge express, uraers leit at uepot or at sso,
218 S. Fourth street.
Throuch tickets and baczaze checks to all princi
pal points in Oil Regions. New York State, Canada,
West, and Northwest, may be obtained at the new
Union Ticket Ofllce. southeast comer of Ninth and
Chesnut streets, under the continental Hotel, or at
No. 811 Chesnut street. Tickets to principal local
points on sale at above ofllees. Baggage checked
from hotels and residences by tne union Transfer Co.
G XiRMAJN X O W iN ANJJ rUWH liRAJNCU.
Depot, Ninth ancWireen.
ON AND AWEH 'MAY 8.
TO GERMANTOWN 6, T, 715, 7 85, 8 30. 9 05, 10,
11 a, m. : 12. noon: 1. 2. 2'30. 8 18. 8 48. 4 06, 4'30. 6 05.
610, B 45, 6, 6 30, 7, 8, 815, 9, 10 15, 11, 1140, 12 30,
SUNDAY 7-45, 9-05 a.m.; 12-45, noon; 2 15,4 05,
B"40, 7, 8-45, and 11-05 p. m. '
FROM GERMANTOWN 6, 625, 6 60, 7 25, 8 05,
810, 8 48, 9, 9 8, 10. 1105. 1166 a. m. ; 1, 165, 8. 8 80.
8 66, 4 45, B, 6 30, 6, 610, 6 40, 710, 8, 9-05, 10, 10 30,
SUNDAY 810, 9-05 a. m. ; 1-05, S SB, 3,5 65, 6, 8-20,
and 10 20 p. m. '
The 8 05 and 9 25 a. m. down trains, and 2'30, 8 45,
d uo, ana o-ao np tratus,wiii not stop on me uormau
town Branch. t
Passengers taking the 6 CO, 7-25, 10, a m. .and 5-30
and 6'40. m. trains from Germautown win make
close connections with the trains for Now York at
TO CHESNUT HILL 6, 7, 7 85, 9 05, 10, 12 a.;m.,
2 30. 8-48, 6-05, B 45, 7, 8, 9, 11, 11 40 p. m.
SUiTOAY 7'46, 9-05 a. m., 12 48 noon, 815, B 40,
7, 8-4H, ip. TO. '. ' 1 .....( ,
- FROM CHESNUT HIT,L410, 7'10, 7-BO, 8-30, 910,
10-60, 11-40 a. m., 140, 840, 6-45, 625, -55, 8-60, 10-15,
Sunday 7 50, 8-45 a. m., 12-45, noon, 8-15, 5-40, 8,
TOmC0NSH0n0CKEN AND -NORRISTOWN
6-08, 7-80, 9, and 1106 a.m., 12 05, m., 1-30, 3,4, 4-40, B,
D'ai', uto, ouo, iu-zu, ana ii o p.m.
t .. .1 VMl Oa m ..OA 1 rr.lJK .nJ OdA n m
FROM NORRISTOWN-B-80,6-30, 7, 740,8, 8 60, 11
a. m., l, 2-3U, B-iJU, 4-su, o, e io, , iu p. m.
Sunday 7, 9 a. m., 118, 6, 7, 9-80 p. m.
TO MANAYUNK 6-05. 730. 9. 10 05. 1105 a. m,
12-05 poon, 1245, 130, 8, 4, 440, 8, B-80, 625, 705, 8-05,
906, 10-20, 11-48 p. m.
Sunday 730, 8, 9, 10 a. m., 1840 noon, 130, 810, 3,
4-48, 7-16, 9-30 p. m.
FROM MANAYUNK 6, 688, 784, 8-08, 822, 9-20,
10-45, 1180 a. m., 183, 8-15, 3, 8 68, 6, 625, 645, 745,
8-80. 9-45. 1080 Dm..
Sunday 780, 9, 8 30, 10-60 a.m., 80, 145, 310, B30,
6, 7 80, 10 p. m.
PLYMOUTH BRANCH. Leave Philadelphia at
7-80, 1108 a. in. and a p. m. . Leave Oreland ac 615,
10 a.m.. and 330 p. m. -
Sunday Leave Philadelphia at 0 a. m. and 715
tianda v Leave Oreland at 630 a m. and 6-3C n. m.
The 740 a. in. train from Norristown does not
stop at Ma gee's, Pott's Landing, Springfield or
benurrs' L,ane. ' . ,
The 8 a. in. train from Norristown stops at Con
shohocken and Manavunk only. . .
The b so and 7 a. m and 4-30 and 6-15 p. nf. down
trains, and the a. ra. and 4. 5-80, and 6-25 p. m. up
trains are the only trains that stop at Springileld.
Chester Valley Railroad Leave Philadelphia at
440 p. m. Leave uowningtown ac o-tu a m. i
pbceDlxville Train Leaves Philadelphia at 9 a. m.
and 1-80 p. m. Leaves PhoenUvuie at 13-25 and;s-20
For points oa Perklomen Railroad leave Ninth
and Green at 130 p. m. Returning, leave Sehwenks
ville at 4-45 p. m., arriving at Ninth and Green at 660
p. m. i ... - -
Passecgers by 130 p. m. train connect at Phoenix
vllle with train for Pottstown and Reading.
Passengers taking the 7, 7-85, and 11 a. m. and
6 80 and 6-30 p. m. trains from Ninth and Green
streets will make close connection with trains for
New Yorx at Intersection.
The 9-30 a. m., 12 3i, 6, and T p. m. trains from New
York stop at interbeuuon. u. a. moums,
-TlTEST CHESTER AND PHILADELPHIA RALL-
f T KOAJJ OOiklPANY.
On and after MONDAY. April 24. '
Trains will leave and arrive at the Depot, THIRTY'
first ana cuas-ix ut &treew, as ioiiows:
For West Chester at 725 and 10 A. SO,, 8-30, 710,
and 1180 p. M. stops at all stations.
For West Chester at 445 P. to. This train stops
at stations west of Media (Greenwood excepted).
For B- O. .Junction, -80, 860 A. M., li M., aud 4
ana eio r. ra. tstops at ail stations. The e-30 P. M.
will run to west unestcr on Saturdays.
From West Chester at 6-30 and 10 A. M., 2, 8, and
665 P. M. Stops at aU stations.
From West Chester at 7 -35 A.M. Stops at sta
tions west of Media (Greenwood excepted).
From B. C. Junction At 6-25, 810 A.M.12M.. 4
and 6 P. M. Stops at all stations.
A train will lave West Chester for Philadelphia at
D &. ju. every aionnay.
ON SUNDAY i
Leave Philadelphia at 9 A, M. 8-30, and c-4-5 P. M.
Leave West Chester at 7 A. M.. 4 and 5 p. M. i
H. K. SMITH, Supennteuuent.
WEST CHESTER AND PIIILADELPHL RAIL
. EXTRA SUNDAY TRAINS. -
On and after Jnue 4, I8il.au Extra Passenger
Train will leave West Chester at 4 P. M. for Puiia-
Returning, will leave Philadelphia at 6 P. M
for West Chtster. These trains stop at all stations,
amy , ma. u. n. HjilTll, bupenutendent.
yjBBX JERSEY RAILROADS.
UTalniiwlll leave Philadelphia as follows: From
juui, j.iuoin.ci sireti (upper ierry), i
-rttooeuger tor uape raay, encweton,
Baleir, Swedesboro, Vlneland, MlllvUle, and way
f IBVIUUtH ... ,
11-4 A. M., "Woodbury Aeoommodatlen. !
8-l P. M., Passengerlor Cap May, MlUvlile, and
way stations below Glassboro.
bO P. M., PMsener for BrlJgeton, Salem.
Swedesboro, and way station!.
6-45 P. M., Aooommodatlon for Woodbury, Glass
boro, Clayton, bwauoaboro, aud intermediate ai
Jfrelgtit Train learvee Camden dally, at 18 M
WILLIAM I BLWiLL, tauperlnteadeat
3ENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL RAILROAD.
after i p.m.,' Sunday,' june a, mti;
Tim trtrdni of tha PsnnrrvliranU OentTftl RaUroM
leave the Depet, at THIRTY-FIRST and MAR-
jvjqti Streets, wnioa is reaonea aireoiiy oy tna inw
set itritst ears, the last oar oonnectlnsr with eaok
train leavlnir Front and Market streets thirty
minutes before it departure. Tne unesnuc anu
Walnut ttrteU ears run within one itsara of U
tsiee-Mntr-ear tioEeti can De aaa on arriioaiioB
at the Ticket Offloe, N. W. corner Nlnta and Uhes
nut itreoM, and at the Depot.
Arenti of the union Transfer Company win eau
for and deliver baggage at the d".rot. Orders left
at No. eoi chesnut street, or No. 118 Market street,
wUl reoelve attention.
TRAIHS tUATl DBPOT.
Bryn Mawr Accommodation . . 690 A. M.
Lock Haven and Elmira Express . . 9-40 A. M.
Paoli Aooouimodatlob,l0-10 A.M.kXlO and T-80P.M.
Fast Line 13-40 P. KL
Erie Express ...... 12'40 P. M.
Harrlsburg Accommodation ... 8-80 P. M.
Lancaster Accommodation ... 4-10 P. to.
Parkeeburg Train ... 130 P. to.
Clnolnnatl Express 7-20 P. to.
jj.no man ana uunaio .tupresi . rwr.iu.
r irst I'acine Express . . . . 45 t . un.
Way Passenger Train .... 11-20 P. to.
Cincinnati Exoress. Paclflo Express, and Erie
Mall and Buffalo Express leave daily.
ah otner trains daily exoepc unuay.
The Western Acoommouatloa Tram runf) dally,
exeert Sunday. For this train tlokets must be pro.
cured and baggage deUvered by I P. to. at No. Ill
Sundav Train No. 1 leaves Philadelphia at bso
A. to. j arrives at Faoli at 9-4e A. M. Sunday
Train No. a leaves Philadelphia at 0-40 P.M. ar
rives at Paoll at 7 30 P. M.
Sunday Train Mo. 1 leaves Paou at 710 a. m.t
arrives at Philadelphia at 8 2 1 A. to. Sunday
Train No. 8 leaves Paoll at ( 00 P. M.s arrives at
Philadelphia at 8 ao.
TBAIHB ABRIVa AT DBrOT.
Clnolnnatl Express , . . . 110 A.M.
PhllalelphJ Expresi . . 7 40 A.M.
Erie Mall . . . . 7 40 A.M.
Bryn Mawr Accommodation . . 8-40 A. M.
Paoll Acoommodat'n, 8-30 a. M. k 850 A 640 P. M.
Parkesburg Train ..... 9-00 A. M.
Fast Line and Buffalo Express . .. 1115 A. M.
Lancaster Train ..... 1840 P. M.
Erie Express . . . . . 6-00 f. M.
Lock Haven and Elmira Express . 6 00 P. M.
Paclflo Express ... . 816 P. to.
Harrlsburg Accommodation . . 845 P. M.
For mrtber information apply to
JUHN F. VAN LEER, Jr., Ticket Agent.
No. eoi CHESNUT Street.
FRANCIS FUNK, Ticket Aa
NO. 116 MARKET
SAMUEL H. WALLACE,
Ticket A Kent at the Derot.
Tke Pennsylvania Railroad Company will not
assume anv risk for BagB-asre, except for Wearing
Apparel, and limit their responsibility to One Hun
dred Dollars la value. All Baggage exceeding
that amount In value will be at the risk of tke
owner, unless taken by speolal contract.
, A. J. CASS ATT,
General Superintendent, Altoona, Pa.
DHILiADELPHIA, WILMINGTON, AND BAL-
X TIMOKJS KAllRUAO.
COMMENCING MONDAY. NOVEMBER 81, lsTO.
Trains will leave Depot, corner of Broad street
and WashlDKton avenue, as follows:
Way Mall train at 880 A. M. (Sundays excepted),
lor Baltimore, stopping at &u regular stations.
Connecting at Wilmington with Delaware Railroad
Line, at Clayton with Smyrna Branch Railroad
and Maryland and Delaware Railroad, at Har
rington with Junction and Breakwater Railroad,
at Seaford with. Dorchester and Delaware Hall.
road, at Delmar with Eastern Shore Railroad, and
at Salisbury with Wloomloo and Pooomoke Rail
Express Train at 1146 A. M. (Sundays excepted),
for Baltimore nd Washington, stopping at Wil.
mlngton.FerryvllIe, and Havre-de-Oraoe. Con
nects at Wllmlngto iHh train for New Castle.
Express Train at 4 P. M. xndays excepted), for
Baltimore and Washington, stopping at Ohestor,
Thurlow, LJnweod, Claymont, Wilmington, Now
port, Stanton, Newark, Elkton, North. East,
Charlestown, Perryvllle, Havre-de-Grace, Aber
deen, Perryman's, Edgewood, Magnolia, Chase's
and Stemmer's Run. .
Night Express at 1180 P. M. (Dally), for Balti
more and Washington, stopping at Chester, lAn
wood, Claymont, Wlliolnkton, Newark, Elkton,
North East, Perryvllle, Havre-de-Graoe, Perry
man's, and Magnolia. . i
- Paesongers tbr Fortress Monroe and Norfolk will
take the 1145 A. M. train.
. WILMINGTON TRAINS.
Stopping at all stations between Philadelphia
and WllinlnKton. J
Leave Philadelphia at 1100 A. M., 8-80, 600, ant
T'OO P. M. The 600 P. M. train conneocs with Del&
ware Railroad for Milford and l?itormedlate
Leave Wilmington 64t and 8-10 A. M., 100, 4-00,
and 715 P.M. The 610 A. M. train will not stoy
between Chester and Philadelphia. The 716 P. M.
train from Wilmington runs Daily; all otter as
eommodatlon trains Sundays excepted.
Trains leaving Wilmington at 6-46 A. M. and 400
P. M. will conned at Lamokln Junction with tne
I -00 A. M. and 4'80 P. M. trains for BalUmore Uen
From Baltimore to Philadelphia. 'Leave Balti
more 726 A.M., Way Mali; 935 A. M., Express
8'8t P- M., Express; 7-26 P. M., Express.
SUNDAY TRAIN FROM BALTIMORE.
Leaves Baltimore at 726 P. M., stopping at Mag
nolia. Ferryman's, Aberdeen, Havre-de-Graoe, Per
ryvllle, Charlestown, North East, Elkton, Newark,
Stanton, Newport, Wilmington, Claymont, Lln
On Sundays leave Philadelphia for Oxford at 830
A. M. ; returning, leave Oxford at 3 40 P. M., stop,
ping at all intermediate stations. '
Tnrough tlokets to all points West, South, and
Southwest may be procured at tloket otBoe, No. 828
Chesnut street, under Continental Hotel, where
also State Rooms and Berths In Sleeping Oars oaa
be seoured durrng the day. Persons purohaslnv
tlokets at this offloe ean have baggage checked at
their residence by the Unten Transfer Company, .
H. F. KENNEY. Superintendent.
THE PHILADELPHIA AND BALTIMORE CEN
TRAL RAILROAD. CHANGE OF HOURS.
On and after SUNDAY, June 4, 18TL trains
will run as follows: Leave Philadelphia from depot
of P. W. & B. R. R., corner Broad street and Wash
For Port Deposit at T A M. and 430 P. M.
For Oxford at 7 A. M., 430 P. M.a and 7 P.- M.
Wednesdavs and Satardays only ai if 30 P. M. i
For Chadd a Ford ana Chester Creek Railroad at
7 and 10 A.M., 4-80 and 7 P. M. Wednesdays and
Saturdays only 880 P. M.
Train leaving Philadelphia at 7 A. M. connects at
fort Deposit with train for Baltimore.
Trams leaving Philadelphia at 10 A. M. and 480
P. M. connect at Chadd's Ford Junction with the
Wilmington and Reading Railroad. ,
Trains for Philadelphia leave
Port DepoBit at 926 a. M. and 425 P, M., on arrival
Of trains from Baltimore.
Oxford at 606 and 1085 A M. and 5-30 P. M. Mon
days at 615 A. M. only.
Chadd's Ford at 726 AM., 1168 A. M., 4 -20 and
649 P.M. Mondays only at 682 A. M.
On Sundays train leaves Philadelphia at 8-80 A. M.
for Oxford; returning, leaves Oxford lor Phlladii
phla at 8-40 P. M. M
Passengers are allowed to take wearing apparel
only aa baggage, and the company will not in any
case be responsible for an amount exceeding one
hundred dollars, unless special contract la made for
tne same, henry wood,
' General Superintendent
"BE SURB KNICKERBOCKER IS ON THE
KNICKERBOCKER ICE COMPANY.
THOS. E. C AH ILL, President.
E. P.. KEttSHOW, Vice-President
A. HUNT, Treasurer. j
. E. U. CORNELL. Secretary. 1
T. A. HENDRY, Superintendent,
No. 435 WALNUT Street, Philadelphia,
Branch Ofllees Md Depots,
North Pennsylvania Railroad and Master street.
Ridge Avenue and Willow street.
V illow Street Wharf, Delaware avenue.'
Twenty-second and Hamilton streets.
Ninth Street ind Washington avenue.
Pine Street Wharf. SOhujlklH.
. No. 4833 Main Street, Germantown.
No. 81 North Second street, Camden, N. J., and
Cape Mav, New Jersey. i
1871. Price s for Families, Ofllees, eto. 1STL
8 pounds dally. 60 cents per week.
12 65 " "
16 ' " 8d
!i0 " " 95 " "
Hair bushel or forty pounds, 20 cents each, de
livery. 4 23 -Kit
IORMINO, EMIKMISLKO, PERFCUATINQ,
1 Cutuiig aud Scaring Machines, ter Metals,
Bonnets and flats, Pajer and nUer materUld,
MULLDS. Dies. Puachss, and Cutter-).
' OttORflK f!. HOWARD, '
I - Ne. 17 S. JClttTNTU SUeet,
THOMAS 8t SONS. AUOTIONBERS NOfl
189 and 141 S. FOURXH Street.
i , Peremptory Special Sale.
BIEGANT AND CIIOICE FURNITURE, MANU-
1 FACTUItED BY GEORGE J. ft J. A. UEN-
On Friday Moralng,
June 9, At 10 o'clock, at the auction store. In second
story salesroom, elegant and choice furniture. 00m-
prlalng every known style; Pompellan chamber fur-
AJiKu.ii, luwsiuill win rii'.'iij, i cuu nniuilli CtU'A
stain filed walnut: parlor furniture, in every kind
of fashionable covering. Including rosewood sets,
walnut, wltu French walnut tablets and plain an
tique finish, with silk damaRk, broc.atelie, and
t rencn piusn in all colors; dining-room ana library
furniture In great vailety, and numerous miscella
neous articles. 6 6 4C
Extensive Bale at the Auction Rooms.
SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITtrRE, WALNUT
COTTAGE AND CHAMBER SUITS, PARLOR
SUITS -PIANOS, Mantel and Plnr Mirrors, Ward
robes, Bookcases, Fine Mattresses, and Bedding,
China, Glassware, Office Furniture. Refrigerators,
Stoves, Chandeliers, Fire-Proof Safes, Fine Velvet,
Brussels, and other Carpets. Etc.
On Thursday Morning,
June 8, at 9 o'clock, about 900 lota superior House
hold Furniture, comprising a general assortment.
Mm, 6 nne trout roas.
Also. 8 superior flre-proof safes, made by Evans Jt
Watson and LUlle.
Also, at 8 o'clock, the sailing eMiT Mamie, fifteen
feet lecg, with two sets of spars, sails, oars, etc.,
Recorder's Sale by order of the Court of Common
VALUABLE WATCH MOVEMENTS.
On Friday Momlnc
June 1ft, at io o'clock, about soo Watch Movements
of the Philadelphia Watch Company.
Catalogues now ready. 6 1 13t
ENRY W. Si B. SCOTT, JR., AUCTIONEERS
No. 1129 uuesmit street (Oirard row).
THOMAS BIRCH A SON, AUCTIONEERS AND
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Na 1110 Che
NUT Street; rear entrance No. 1107 Sanaom street.
Sale at No. 1S09 Chesnut street.
SECOND SALE OF ELEGANT CABINET FUR
NITURE AND UPHOLSTERY, MANUFAC
TURED BY M. DEGINTUER.
On Thursday Morning,
June 8,;at 10 o'clock.at the warerooms of M. Degln
ther. No. 1800 Chesnut street, will be sold the balance
of the finished stock, comprising elegant walnut
parlor suits, in plush, terry, and damask; library
suits, walnut chamber suits, large and richly orna
mented double wardrobe, with mirror door ; book
cases, ladles' escritoires, walnut sideboard, elegant
centre and library tables, library chairs, lounges,
Catalogues will be ready and tke furniture can be
examined three days prior to sale. , - . 6 6 2t
Sale at No. mo Chesnnt street. !
HANDSOME WALNUT PARLOR, DINING-ROOM",
CHAMBEH, LIBRARY, AND OFFICE FURNI
TURE: BRUSSELS AND OTHER CARPETS:
ROSEWOOD PIANO-FORTKS; GILT-FRAME
MANTEL AND PIER GLASSES: STRAW AND
HUSK MATTRESSES; SUITS QF COTTAGE
FURNITURE: SILVER-PLATED WARE, AND
CUTLERY; PAINTINGS AND ENGRAVINGS;
TOILET SETS, SECOND-HAND FURNITURE,
On Friday Morning,
June 9, at 9 o'clock, at No. mo Chesnut street,
will be sold a large and elegant assortment of new
and second-hand furniture, carpets, mirrors, mat
- 12 SUITS OF COTTAGE FURNITURE.
Also, 12 suits of cottage furniture of various styles,
With and without marbles.
FURNITURE FROM FAMILIES.
Also, the furniture from several families.
ROSEWOOD PIANOS, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS,
At l o'clock will be sold several rosewood pianos,
by Stelnway & Sons and others.
Also, violins, guitars, eto. ' ' 0 7 2t
B "rjNTLNGTDURBORO W tc CO., AUCTIONEERS
Nos. 838 and 834 MARKET street, corner of
BaBfc street. Successors to John B. Myers & Co.
LARGE SALE OF FOReTgN AND DOMESTIC
On Thursday morning,
June 8, at 10 o'clock, on four months' credit. 6 2 5t
SPECIAL PEREMPT6rySALE OF 10,000 DOZEN
HOS1BRY AND GLOVES.
' On Friday morning,
June 9, at 10 o'clock, on four months' credit, by
order of Messrs. Charles Vezin & Co., who will
close the balance of their spring importation prior
to rtmoval to their new store, No. 24a Chesnut
street. 6 2 6t
SALE OF CARPETINGS, OIL CLOTHS, 600 ROLLS
WHITE AND RED CHECK CANTON MAT.
On Friday Morning, .
June 9, at ll o'clock, on four months
credit. 6 3 5t
A SPECIAL AND PEREMPTORY SALE OF 250
ROLLS CANTON MATTINGS, . ,
to close consignments, Including Manhlng, Gowqua,
Pearl, Yutschlng, etc. . .6686
LARGE SALE OF FRENCH AND OTHER EU
ROPEAN DRY GOODS.
On Monday Morning,
June. 12, at 10 o'clock, on 4 montlia' credit 6 6 5t
SALE OF 2000 CASES BOOTS, SHOES, HATS.
, TRAVELLING BAGS, ETC.
on Tuesday Morning, r
Jnne 13, at 10 o'clock, on 4 monthH' credit 6 T5t
BY BARRITT A CO.. AUCTIONEERS
CASH AUCTION HOUSE,
No. 830 MARKET Street corner of Bank street
Cash advanced on consignments without extra
charge. 11 84i
On Thursday Morning. ' 1
Jnne 8, at No. 123 North Front street, commenc
ing at 10 o'clock, the entire stock of a wholesale
liquor store, comprising the stock of liquors, recti
flng tub, lire-proof chest, measures, pumps, fix
tures, etc. it
IPPINCOTT, SON & CO., AUCTIONEERS.
Nob. 221 MARKET and 810 CHURCH Street,
C CONCERT HALL AUCTION ROOMS, -No, 1811
J CHESNUT Street i
T. A. MCCLELLAND, AUCTIONEER.
Personal attention given to sales of Household fCl
nltura at dwellings. -
Public sales of furniture at the Anotlon Rooms,'.
No. 1219 Chesnut street, ever; Monday and THori
For particulars see 'Pnbllo Ledger."
N. Ll. A superior class of furniture at private sale
ENRY MOLTEN, AUCTIONEER;
11 I'WUV TVT fX rp U XT Mm
Salesroom, Nos. 21 and 23 MERCER Street,
REGULAR TRADE SALE
of , - r
FUR AND WOOL HATS,
LADIES' AND GENTS' READY-MADE FURS,
STRA"W, FELT, AND VELVET GOODS,
' Every THURSDAY during the season.
Cash advances made on eonslgnmenta wlthoa
additional charges. 88
S4'75 Per Keg.
These Nails are known to be the best In the market
AU WbIIb, no raste, and cost no
more tnan other brands, .
Each keg warranted to contain 100 pounds of Nails.
Also, a large assortment of One Hmges, Locks, and
Knobs. Salld Bronze, suitable lor tirst-class build
lugs, at the great
Cheap-for-Cash Hardware Store
J. II. gIIAN:VO!f,
S14tuths5 No. 1009 MARKET Street
Ccm Exchange Bag Manufactory.
JOHN T, DAI LEY,
II. F. Cor. "WATER and MARKET Eti.
ROFE AND TWINE, BAGS and BAGGING, for
Grain, Flour, Salt, buper-fhusptutti of Lime, Bone
Dust. Etc. )
large and small GUNNY BAGS cone
fcuud. Also, WOOL SACK.
419m No. CU South SEVENTEENTH Street.