The evening telegraph. (Philadelphia [Pa.]) 1864-1918, June 08, 1871, FIFTH EDITION, Page 4, Image 4
THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH PHILADELPHIA , THURSDAY, JUNE 8, 1871. PUBLISHED EVERT AFTERNOON (SUNDAYS XZCRPTKD), AT THE EVENING TELEGRAPH BUILDING, No. 103 8. THIRD STREET, 1 PHILADELPHIA. The Price is threecenli per copy double sheet), cr eighteen cents per week, pay aola 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 lime ordered: ' THURSDAY, JUNE 8. 1871. Thk Evbhinq Telegraph, from Its original establishment, has been In the receipt or telegra phic news from the New Yorfc Associated Press, Which consists Of the Tribune, Times, Uerald, World, Sun, Journal c Commerce, Earning Pont, Commercial Advertiser, and Evening Exprt, The success which has attended oar enterprise Is, In 1 tself, a sufficient evidence of the freshness, full ness, and reliability of the sews which we have received from this source. In March, 1ST0, we entered Into a special contract by which The Even ik o Telegraph has the exclusive use of the news tarnished In the afternoon by the Associated Press to Its own members, the Xorth American, In quirer, Ledger, Preen, Age, Record, and German Demo crat, of thlB city, and the leading journals of the East, North, West, and South ; and hereafter Thb Tele graph will be the only eventni) paper publUhed in this i itv In which the afternoon despatches of the Asso ciated Press will appear. rrThe earliest regular edition of the The Evening Telegraph goes to press at )i o'clock, and the subsequent regular editions at Stf , 8y, and X 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 early edition. WE REPUBLICAN LOOAL TICKETS. The use of nominating conventions ia to enable a party to select as candidates for office its most capable, trustworthy, honest, and popnlar men. This partisan machinery is wickedly perverted when, instead of serv ing its true purpose, it habitually tends to force upon an organization discreditable and bad men, who are daigerons to the com munity and unfit to be entrusted with official power of any description. The Republican party of Philadelphia con tains in its ranks so many voters who recog nize the full force of this truth, that it is espe cially dangerous for its wire-pullers and ring leaders to again attempt to nominate bad tickets. The feeling among many thousands of Republican voters in this locality to refuse to support unworthy candidates was never so strong as it is at the present moment; and it should be distinctly understood that those who are now busily engaged in "fixing up" tickets are virtually determining in ad vance whether the party is to be defeated or to be victorious. Nothing would be easier than to secure the election of good Republi can nominees, while the triumph of a bad Republican city ticket is well-nigh impossible. It ia true that the cry of "wolf! wolf!" has not always heretofore prevented the nomination and the election of bad candidates. But the wolf has m. i 1 . oiten given a close cnase to unpopular nomi nees, and nothing short of a miracle can prevent him from catching bad Republican candidates next October. Let the rings and rounders look to it; and let their favorites be wary of outraging the better sentiment jof Republicanism beyond endurance, if they would not have every semblance of their ill used power speedily destroyed. TEE U OM CEOPA TRIO CONVENTION. Thb twenty-third anniversary of the Ameri can Institute f Homoeopathy, now being held in this city at the hall of the Mercantile Library, will attract attention to the system of Hahnemann, and will show how firm a foothold it has in spite of the opposition it has met with, and in spito of the social and professional ostracism that has pursued its practitioners. It cannot be denied by the most devoted advocates of the old medical systems that homoeopathy has adherents of the highest culture and profes sional skill ; and many of our liberal-minded citi zens, who perhaps have no particular faith ia the doctrines of Hahnemann, will cordially en dorse the sentiments of the resolutions passed yesterday, and particularly that which refers to the exclusion of skilful homceopathists from ' positions of honor and trust in the publio institutions of the country and in the Government service. If homoeopathy has done no other service to humanity, it has at least compelled the old school physicians to diminish their doses, and to reform many of the abfurdities of the practice of fifty years ago. It is acknow ledged as a fact, we believe, at the present time, with all schools of medicine, that with physic, as with other good things of this world, a little goes a great ways, and that very frequently none at all is better than even a little. Whatever may be the merits or demerits of the controversy be tween the old and the new-sohool physicians, the bitterness that exists between them and the harsh language that is often used is credi table to neither, and it is to be hoped that the day is not far distant when they will be able to recognize each other as sincere seekers after truth. The Honiaeopathio Convention now sitting in this city probably contains as much culture and skill as any assembly of medical men that could be gathered together in this country, and it is to be hoped that the discussions and interchange of views will be beneficial both from a scientific and a hu- mhLitsiiun point of view. THE PI10TOURAP1IERS. , The formation of a National Association of Photographers is the natural result of the immense strides that the art of photography ' has made of late years towards perfection, and of its importance both from an artistic and an Industrial point of view. By oombining their efforts, and all pull ing together, the photographers will not only advance their individual interests, but will improve and perfect the various pro cesses that have already produoed so many gratifying results, and will introduce new inventions and discoveries far more rapidly than would be possible by unaided individual enterprise. The National rhotographio Asso ciation has already done much to remove jealousies that once existed, and to establish photography upon a broad soientifio and artistio basis, where skill and good taste would be the sole tests of merit; and the third annual convention, which com menced its sessions yesterday at Horticultural Hall, promises to produce the most gratifying results for the future by excitiag the enthu siasm of its members and by interesting the publio in its objects. The meeting yester day at Horticultural Hall, and the subse quent reception at the Academy of Music, were attended by a large number of our citi zens, who listened with pleasure and profit to what was said and done, And carried away with them new ideas of the wonderful im provements that have been made in photo graphy within a comparatively short period. The addresses and the exhibition of views at the Academy in the afternoon, and the lecture of Professor Morton in the even ing, were heartily enjoyed by the publio as well as by the assembled photographers; and it is evident that the association has gone the right way to work to accomplish what the Secretary, Mr. Edward L. Wilson," of this city, stated in his address were its objects to interest the publio in the progress of pho tography and to improve and educate the fraternity. The exhibition of photographs in all styles and of every description of subject, gathered from every section of the country, is highly creditable to the photograpers of America. As Mr. E. Y. Bell, of New York, the Councillor of the Association, said in his speech at the Academy yesterday: "The present condition of the world, respecting its culture, intelligence, refined and beautiful tastes, owes much to the photographio art," and if the National Association goes on as it has begun, the indebtedness of the world to photography will be muoh increased, for it is impossible that the art can stand still or that the brightest expectations of its professors will not at some day be realized. We hope the members of the association will enjoy their visit to Philadelphia, and that they will carry home with them such pleasant reoollen tions of the present convention that they will have a desire to assemble here again ere ma ly years have passed. COLONIAL OPPOSITION TO. TRE WASHINGTON TREATY. The United States and th United King dom, with their 70,000,000 of pooplo, may well be appalled at the prospoot loouriug up before them. Of what avail will it b-j for Uncle Sam and John Bull to make up their old quarrels, shake hands, and try to be friends, now since the mighty powers of New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and Prince Ed ward's Island have sternly resolved to de vise measures for securing united action against the Washington Treaty? Vain will be Grant's efforts to tmoke a pipe of peace with Gladstone since the Bluenoses have resolved to knock all the tobacco out of the bowl. The irate colonists still clamor loudly for the guardianship of their ocean treasures, and Hamilton Fish cannot appease them. By the combined efforts of our army, navy, and a few million volun teers, we may be able to repress the indignant ardor of the Cape Codites, Marbleheaders, and Nantucketers who are marshalling under the invincible banner of Ben Butler, but it is folly to hope that the British Empire can stifle the savage rage of the New Brunswickites, Nova Scotians, and Prince Edward's Islanders. Something worse than the Alabama question is thus forced upon us; and nothing short of a personal trip of Queen Victoria to her pluoky little domi nions, with the purpose of spanking every mother's son of their agitators, can subdue the threatened outbreak. The late interview between Jeff. Davis and Horace Greeley indioatos that, in Ameri can politics, the happy period has at last arrived when the lion and the lamb can con sort together. The only thing lacking to the harmony of the picture is the statement that, although the face of the lamb was "wreathed in kindness and smiles, with occasionally a hearty laugh breaking the Btillness," the lion "maintained a very reserved demeanor," indicative of the fact that if his claws had not been well pared, his tail driven in, his mane sheared, his teeth pulled out, his eyes bleared, his tongue cloven, and his paws broken, he might still have been a dangerous beast. Meeting Greeley as his bail-goer, after the lost cause was a lost cause, Jeff Davis could not well hslp refraining from devouring him, but we will not trust ourselves with a contemplation of Gree ley's probable fate if he had fallen into the hands of Davis at earlier periods when he wns known only as that type of superlative wicked ness, an Abolition editor, or that other incar nation of dreadful crimes, a champion of the' Union. After a series of strikes in many other portions of the country, a strike has broken out among the laborers at Washington. Much as these demonstrations are to be re gretted, they seem to be unavoidable in the present state of American society; and the true remedy must probably be sought in better organizations alike of the capitalists and workmen engaged in various pursuits, which, through joint committees, can discuss and settle all doubtful or difiioult questions in advance, and thus avoid mutually damaging interruptions in important business pursuits. Meanwhile, it is the duty of the authorities to suppress all efforts of any one set of laborers to prevent, by force, any other set of laborers from working for such wages as they choase to accept. This duty is often performed in a very inefficient manner, especially in the oual regions of Pennsylvania; but it is the chief, if not the only, duty tuut American Govern UitJiiU Lave to perform in the conflicts be tween Ubor and capital. TROUBLE IN HlTiMSRURG. Treachery of Republicans In the School i tbftt through the treachery of two members elected in the First ward of tbla city, no orgaai- vAilrtn rf that, hriiiv ukr ffTtH at mooilnir laft nlctat, the vote beinj a tie, 12 to 12. Aieptrp. u. Pj. rerrutj ana uonn nor ion, mo members from the above-mentioned ward, were nominated and elected by the Republicans, and have this year, as they did last, betrayed the truct reposed in tlieua by the Republican voters of the ward, by voting with the Democracy for their candidate for President. Hy the arraneement la.9t vear, J. E. Ferree was elected Secretary, and in return for his vote this Tear the Democrats have screed to vote for him for re-election to that ofllco. The Republicans of the ward should wait on the gentlemen named and demand from them an explanation of their conduct, and at the same time Insist on their carrying out the prin ciples of the paf'y and supporting the nomi nees thereof, or to resign their positions as members of the board. Jlarrisburg Telegraph, yesterday. Recently at the oratorio of Elijah at the Mechanic Hall in Salem, which is poorly ven tilated, when tbey came to the scene of the widow's dead son, a lady remarked, "Elijah will never bring that boy to life in this atmos phere." The city of Augusta, in Maine, occupies a solitary and questionable eminence. It was the only town of any size In the state which wholly Ignored Decoration Day. The Boston Advertiser significantly says that "Augusta made money enough out of the war to pay bo rue honor to its victims." NOTICES. Gbnts' and Boys' Summer Clothing. Linen Coats, Beautiful and Cheap. W. A B. w. & B. "W. & B. W. & B. W. tt B. W. & IS. W. A B. W. A B. W. & B. W. A B. W. & B. W. A B. W. A B. W. B. W. & B. W. A B. W. A B. W. & B. Linen Coats, Linen Coats, Duck Coats, Duck Coats, Duck Coats, Alpaca Coats, Alpaca Coats, Alpaca Coats, Beautiful and Cheap. Beautiful and Cheap. Beautiful and Cheap. Beantiful and Cheap. Beautiful and Cheap. Beautiful and Cheap. Beautiful and Cheap. Beautiful and Cheap. Beautiful and Cheap. Beautiful and Cheap. Beautiful and Cheap. Beautiful and Cheap. Beautiful and Cheap. Beautiful and Cheap. Beautiful and Cheap. Beantiful and Cheap. Beautiful and Cheap. Drap d'Ete Coats, Drap Drap d'Ete Coats, d'Ete Coats, Dusters, Dusters, Dusters, Suits, Suits, Suits, wl havk thb largest assortment, thk best style ok goods, Handsomest cut Clotitiko, and most reasonable prices The unanimous opinion of all who visit our esta blishment Is that they can get bettkk Clothing aod TiKiTEH value for tbeir money than anywhere else. We Invite citizens and strangers to an exami nation of our salesrooms and comparison of our goods with such as they have purchased elsewhere, Wanamaeer & Brown, WAnamakek &. Brown, Wanamakrk & Brown, Oak Hall, Oak Hall, Oak Hall, Tim Laroest Clothing House in America, S. E. corner Sixth and Market Streets. GROCERIES, ETC Fine Groceries. A FULL STOCK or Fine Teas and Coffees AND Choice Goods for the Table, OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, At prices Intended to Induce purchases for summer consumption In the country. All goods sold in unbroken packages at wholesale prices. E. BRADFORD CLARKE. (SUCCESSOR TO SIMON COLTON A CLARKE,) S. W. Corner BROAD and WALNUT, 6 S stnttUp PHILADELPHIA. WATCHES. SPECIAL AGENTS FOR TUB Waltham Watch Company THE LARGEST STOCK AT Lowest Prices. 1124 CHESMIT STREET. 1124 6 6 nitntb3t PHIL ADELPHIA. KstttilTletl iu WATCHES. EVERGOING STEM-WINDERS, KEY-WINDERS, QUARTER SECONDS, MINUTE REPEATERS, ETC. ETC. ETC C. & A. PEQUIONOT, I Km PHILADELPUIA. BEWINQ MACHINES. Y II B WHEELER & WILSON For Bait on Easy Terms. WO. 914 OHESNUT STREET. I mw( PHILADELPHIA. ULOTHINQ. OR T.. H OT D AYS! ROCEHILL A W1L80N are ready to provide FOR THE COMFORT and enjoyment of their FELLOW-CITIZENS, If the thermometer WILL KEEP at anything below TWO HUNDRED and Twelve Degrees. COOL CaMIracre 80118 for HOT DAYS COOL LlnenDuc'coatafor HOT DAYS COOL WhlteVe8taror HOT DIYS COOL Alpaca Garmcnts 'or HOT DAYS COOL UM" HOT DAYS CHEAP PRICES ( CHKAP PRICKS VOIt HUT DAYS, CHEAP PRIUiSS ( On all descriptions of Thin apparel AT HUE AT BilUWN HALL OF ROCHHILL & WILSON, 603 and 605 CHESHUT STREET, PHILADELPHIA. fifBiUiGtaeiiSjS l THE 'PHlLADELPHlAi FA. FINE CLOTHING TO ORDER FOIL GENTLEMEN Elegant Styles in Light and Dark Mixed, Plaid and Striped Suitings. Diagonal Coatings of beautiful design and fabric Handsome styles In Pantaloon Casslmeres. White, Brown, and Fancy Linens, Drills, eto. Drap d'Ete, Alpacas, Ducks, Bamboo Cloth, etc. WESTON & BROTHER, TAILORS, S. W. Corner NINTH and ARCH Sti , PHILADELPHIA. A fnll assortment now in Btore OF THE CHOICEST NOVELTIES OP THE SEASON FOR GENTLEMEN'S WEAR. A SUPERIOR UAKMENT AT A REASONABLE I'KICS. 4 8 8mrp SEWINO MACHINES. THK TV 31 It: J M C Y IV COMPLETE SEWING MACIIIN K AND AMERICAN BUTTON HOLS OVER SEAMING ANI SKWING MA CHINES COMBINED, Arenow admitted to be the BEST SEWIN'4 Ml UllNt.Suiade. Thev are the uulv maonluen that Mu wxly any material Improvement ovt r tne old ami FO;iiiar machines so long lu use. They hve a new and improved xhuttle, line a Ktraijht needle, run eitny, are simple, very durubU, and not liable to gut out of 'i uty received the hijhet prize, a At the Fair of the Maiwachtsktts Mechanics' Chab" iTAbi.K Association, in Bjbiou, held lu bepteinoer uuu uuiuuer, as ueing me Kent ."Hue hi ne lor Family Hue. The SIMPLICITY, EASE,and"CERTAlNTT with which iney c peraie, as well us toe uol'orm excel, lence of work turoushout the entire ran ire of sew in or. In btiuhiug, Hemmitg, Fulling, Tucking, Coriiiy, braiding, Quilting, fringing, llathering and Sewing on, OvtKfKAMiMi, EMBkoliiBKlKU over ilie nia. worMuir J'trect Button-Holm and Eyelet-Hoi WOKK WHICH NOOTHKK MtCUINbiCAN Un make them the mom denrabte Family Sewing Ma- tuiuen in me market,. AJIInwautof afewlnir Machine shOU'd examine thene beroie buying, as tbey are t ild with all their excellences at the Kama price as other llrsuciass machines, and are giving great satisfaction wherever Uhed. Call at the Company's gAI.llCOOTIS, No. 1318 CHESNUT bTREKT, Get Circulars, Samples of Work, and see them ope rate. Instructions given gratuitously. irAgents wanted to sell these machines la all unoccupied teriltory. ll'hE I'KLEBKATEO CARPET BEvV'ING Machine, which can sew either Ingrain, Brussels, Wilton, or any kind of Carpets more precisely and neatly than by hand, is manufacturel by tills Ooin pany. rtiey are now In ue in the United huii and in Europe. . Situiiuam DRY GOODS. QREATEST BARGAINS OP TUB PE RIOD IN DRY GOODS. ALEXANDER RICKEY, No. 727 CHESNUT STREET, In Victoria Lawns, Bishop Lawns, Plain and Plaid Nainsooks, 8 Frenoh urgandles, Hamburg Edgings, LLAMA LACE 8 ACES and P0INTES Black HematlPS, Broche Orenaiines, Japanese bilks, Striped Silks, Black Silks, Linen Suitings, FRfeNCH LAWNS, And the greatest vartRty of fcpantlful s'yles In DhESs GOODS ever exhibited la this city. THE '2(5, 87X. B0 and 75 CENT DEPARTMENTS JTOB. jrn?JSALE OF Choice Dress Goods REPRESENT THE GRBATE3T BARGAINS OF THE PERIOD, ALEXANDER RICKEY, 6 8 thttulfrp No. m CUE3NUT Street. 1 AAfi riKCKS OF FRENCH LAWNS In new and beautiful effects, at 85 cents. ALEXANDER RICKEY. A SPECIALTY IN BLACK SILKS AT $1-50, ?1'75, and $2 P SR YARD. ALEXANDER RICKEY. THE MOST REGULAR AND BEAUTI- x FUL MESH IN THE Pure it Silk end Wool Black Hernanles Ever made for f l per yard ALEXANDER RICKEY, 6 9 thstutfrp No. 797 CHESNUT Street. CHEAP DRY GOODS. CHEAP DRY GOODS. C. H. HAMRICK & CO., Ko. 45 North EIGHTH Street, Beg to announce to the public their deter. initiation to close out the followlug Goods at price that M ill please buyers. Hernanles of all Grades, splendid Roods at 50 per cent, less than have been asked fo same goods. Black and Grey Silks reduced from $175 to $1-23. Black Silks (all Silk warranted), $125. Black Silks (all Silk;, splendid quality, $150. Cloning out our stock of Lawu and I.lneu Suits. All qualities of Lawns and Linens for dresses, less than can be found elsewhere. Pongees, all the boat goods, at greatly re ductd prices. . Uwm In every variety, 20 cents, worth 38. Percales In every variety; also, Robe Pat terns, 25c. BatUte Splendid French Dress Stuflfe, 39c All the Mew Style Piques closing out. French Undressed Piques, very desirable. Ladles invited to examine Prices. 6 S 8tuth3trp C. II. HAMRICK & CO. 1871. SPRING GAifOEN STREET SINCE 1853. "THORNLEY'S" CENTRALLY LOCATED DRY GOODS ESTABLISHMENT, ON THB NORTHEAST CORNER 09 EIGHTH and SPSIKQ GABDEB SU An immense Stock of Uoods. Prices very low indeed. Everybody sure to get suited. The utmost attention to customers. No misrepresentation in order to effect sales. If purchases are not satisfactory we return the money. DRESS GOOP8, SILES AND SHAWLS. MEN'S AND BOYS' WEAR, LAtU BAUtf UKS AND rOINTES, KID GLOVES, TABLE LINENS, QUILTS, Eto. Eto. JOSEPH D. THORNLEY. 8 3 thstal THE NEW TORE Dyeing and Printing ESTABLISHMENT, STATEN ISLAND, ( 40 N. EIGHTH Street, PniLALELPHIA, No. 9S DDANE Street, New York. DYE AND FINISH IN THE BEST MANNER, Silks, Satins, Velvets, Crapes, Ribbons, Tissues, Bart ires, Merinos, Cloths, Alpacas, Reps, Pararaat us. Mosiln Dt-luines, Fringes, Trlmmluga, Hosiery, Kid Gloves, etc. Also, cleanse Lace Curtains and Linen Shades In a superior manner. Goods called for and delivered In any part f the clty 4 15 stuthamrp 1 f ft, -OUR OWN MAKE OP CHAMPION ' 1 U, Hoop Skirts, In all the newest styles, the btet and cheapm in the market. Also, gcoil Eastern-made Skirts, from IS to 40 fjiritiKS, from 81 to coo. Soiled Skirts, quarter price. CO liS El S, CORSETS H9 styles, and prices from 45c. to $65. Misses' Cwrsets, superior quality. 6fo. lor French Woven Cersets; reduced frm 850. THOMSON S Glove nttinf Corsets at l-iS5, $10 Jl 74. 12-60, f3-60, H"7, and 16 61. MRS. MOODY'S Abdominal Corsets, from 13-75 to t. MADAME FOY'S Corset Skirt Supporter at 109. 11 French Woven Corsets, the cheapest in the city. EVERY desirable style of corsets at prices which defy competition. l'AMEK BUKTLFS, In 89 styles, S5C to 14, LON 1 ON BUSTLES, from 47c. upwards. PA H A SOLS at wholesale prices. L-D1ES' UNDER-OARMENTS A csrnplete asHoruucBt at lowest rn'fs. Call and examine our foiH, at No. 133 N. EIGHTH Street, and No. LU5 CHESNUT Street. 6 3 tuthsrpif WILLIAM T. HOPKINS. THE BEST 70 CENT HL.ACK IIKRNANI IN THE CITY. BLACK IJERNANIES, ALL QUALITIES. SIRirE AND CHECK SILKS, $1-25. Ely. Hunsberger & Ely, No. 1126 CHESNUT STREET, 4Ututh63m PHILADELPHIA. DRY GOODS. SILKS, SHAWLS AND DRESS GOODS asoziaa FXTSim, No. 91G CHESNUT STREET, Invites attention to his stock of SILKS OF AM. KINDS, ISDlA AND OTIIKR SHAWLS. Novelties In Dress and Fancy Goods, INDIA, tONGKE,: AND CANTON CRAPE IN SHAWLS AND DRESS GOODS. 41B Jmrp ,r PARASOLS, 75c., fl, 11-25; LINED, iltd, VB0, 11-75: Silk Sun Umbrellas, oc., fl, $1-85, r&0, at DIXON'S, No. l 8. EIGHTH St. 8tf SUMMER RESORTS. . OCEAN HOUSE, CAPE MAY. TniS TOPULAR FAMILY HOUSE OPENS ON THE 20th IN3T. For rooms, eto., apply to L1CETTE & SAWYER, 6Sm CAPE MAY CITY. P A R R Y II U S HIGHLAND FALLS, (NEAR WE3T POINT). This new and eleirant establishment on the banka of the Hudson River will be opened early in June, Liberal terms for families. Address CIAS. W, HENDR1X, Iiighland Fails, New York. COZ ZENS' WRStToINT HOT EL", COZZENS' DOCK, HUUSON RIVER, IS NOW OPEN. FOR TERMS, &c, Address SKLVaNUS T. COZZEN8, West Polot, N. Y. 17THRATA MT. SPRINGS, LANCASTER CO., yA PA This delightful Summer Resort WILL, BE OPEN for the Reception of Quests on 15th Jane, 1871. For particulars, address J. W. FREDERICK, PropT, n. H. RBINIIARD, Snpt. 6 1 lm 17R1END8' COTTAGE, CAPE MAY, N. J., 1 having been thoroughly refitted and enlarged, will be open for guests Sixth Month (June) 1st. Families desiring rooms should make early applica tion to the proprietress. $15 per week through June. 2 60 a day. 15 81 tl A. P. COOK. ART EXHIBITION. 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 OP Photographic Works of Art From all parts of the world ever made In America. Wonderful, beautiful, InHtructlve. Single admission, 86 cents; season tickets, II; to be had of North Co., Horticultural Hall, and at fhotograph Galleries. Promenade Concerts every evening. Muslo by the Gei mania Orchestra. Also, the following: AT THE AMERICAN ACADEMY OF MTTSIC, Tborsday eveotng, June 8. at s o'clock, second LECTl'KK ON LIGHT, new and lilnuitable, by Pro fessor HENRY MORTON, Ph. D. Krlrtay evening, June 9, at So'clock.IEXHIBITION IN THE STERKOPTIOON of the association col lection of views from all parts of the world, such a collection as was never before exhibited, conducted by J. W. BLACK, Esq., of Boston. Admission, Thursday, and Friday evenings, 50 oents; secured seats, 76 cents. MUSIC HY THE GERMANIA ORCHESTRA. , WM. II. RllOADS, Looal Secretary, No. 1300 FRANKKORD Avenue. EDWARD I WILSON, Permanent Secretary, Ne. 882 ARCH Street. 5 gfl rp tf PIANOS. STEIN WAY SONS' GRAND SQUARE AND UPRIGHT PIANOS. Special attention Is called to their PATENT UPRIGHT PIANOS. CHARLES liLASIUS. Warerooms, No. 1006 CHESNUT Street, Philadel phi a. 4 13 tf rp Eg CHICK KRINO SONS, Grand Square and Upright Pianos. GREAT REDUCTION. , FIXED PRICES. DUTTON'S PIANO ROOMS, 5 16 lmplm Nob. 1126 and 1128 CHESNUT St. Urj PIANOS AND ORGANS. fffffr GEO. STECK St CO.'S. BRADbUKx'S, HAINES' BROS', PIANOS, 1ND MASON AND HAMLIN'S CABINET ORGANS. GOULD Si FISCHER, No. 923 CHESNUT Street. J. K. GOULD. ' No, 1018 ARCH Street. wm. a. tiHCHBB. in trip DRUGS, ETO. Genuine Olive Oils, FOR TABLE USE. COX'S SPARKLING G SLATIN E, R 10 TAPIOCA, BERMUDA ARROW ROOT, SCOTCH OAT MEAL, now landing and for sale by EOBEET SHOEIIAKER & CO., IMPORTING! DRUGGISTS, N. B. Corner FOURTH and RACE Streets. Elder Flower- Soap. Just received, by the Flora Halburt, from London, an Invoice of BEUBORO S CELEBRATED ELDER FLOWER, WINDSOR, GLYCERINE, and UONBY SOAPS. EOBEET SHOEtlAKEE & CO., N. E. Corner FOURTH and RACE Streets, 618m4p PHILADELPHIA. FINANCIAL. TRAVELLERS' CREDITS. Our Letter of Credit gives the holder the privilege of drawing either on DREXEL, 1IA1UES & CO., Paris, IN FRaNCS, . OB ON Memi. A. 8 PETEIE & CO., London, IN STARLING, As may be fonnd most convenient or profitable, and Is available throughout Kurope. To parties going aiuoad we offer special facilities, collecting thei? lu t' rest and dividends during their absence without . barge. DREXEL & CO., No. 34 BOUTH THIRD BTREKT, PHILADELPHIA. STOCKS, LOANS, ETC., BOUGHT AND SOLD AT THE BOARD OF BROKERS, BY GEORGE J. Bo YD. 4 to tuthfignirp No. 18 s. THIRD Street.