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,:turgartass Fro Twos.
gild Meyer, Invenior and afiinarat ,
toreratthe celebrated Iron Frame Piano, has received
the prise Medal of 'the World's Great -Szhibittotr; Law
don, England The highest prises awarded 'when and
wherever exhibited. Warereeme anexch arrOin.
Ketabliehed Its, • mul a in 'CV tf6
Continued from the First Page.
Juntas GRlER.—The'remains of this distin
guished jurist' were yesterday privately con
signed to their final resting-place at Wen
Laurel Hill, the new cemetery , above Fitir
mount Park,on the' weistern side cif the Schuyl
kill.' The lot selected commands the beaudful
view down the river of which a picture has
recently been painted by Mr. Thomas Moran,
.and.wbtchiePnow on exhibitinn in EarieB 7 B
gallery. • A.
To STRANGERS INTBRESTED IN Fxrfs Ows-
FEOTIONS AND CHGCODATE.—We consider it :6
duty which we owe to our readers and strang
ers in the city, who are interested in fine cnn
feclions and chocolate, to - direct special atten
tion to the celebrated confections and
late-producedby Messrs.-Stephen F. Whitman
& Son, sputhwest corner of Twelfth and Mar
ket streeb. Messrs. Whitman & Sonis cata
logue embraces' several hundred varieties,
containing the choicest productions afforded
by the resources of the vegetable kingdom. A
visit to the establishment, southwest corner of
Twelfth and ;Market streets, will well repay
the trouble. "
TILE .ANNUAL GEORGIA STATE FAIR will
be held this year at Atlanta, commencing on
the 19th inst., and continue • eight dtiys. The
Philadelphia and Southern Mail Steamship
Company lave made arrangements with the
railroads from Savannah whereby they will
he enabled to - make -a -liberal -reduction on
freight intended for exhibition at the fair, as
well as to persons going in charge of snob
goods. For further information apply at the
office, 130 South Third street.
THE RARE OLD PLAYERS.-Thili will be the
subject of the new lecture to be delivered by
Charles W. Brooke, Esq.,. on Thursday, the
13th inst., at the Abademy of Music. The suli
.ject 'both fruitful and interesting, and but
iew are able to do the theme justice. Among
that few, however, we are glad tn be able to
name otir Philadelphia lawyer and litterateur,
Mr. Brooke. . •
A NIT FALL STOCK of our KO Gloves at
the old prize,. 87 cents:-
`r' ' TRASK & WHITING,
:19 and 4l 'North Eighth street.
' THE STAR COURSE OF LRETURES.—The sale
of tickets for this course will begin on Mon
da,, morning, at Gould & . Fischer's Piano
Warerooms, No. 923 Chestnut street, at nine
KID GLOVES, ,it;
Owing,to the present " unpleasantness'' between King
William and the Emperor Napoleon, the importation of
Kid Gloves has almost entirely ceased, and they Wive
advanced to enormous prices both in Paris and the
United States; therefore, we offer - this timely'
A I) ATIC E
to our customers and friends, or those who m • aY becOme
such, that ..
is the time to purchase Kid Gloves—Ley early and often.
as the longnr you.torry the HIGHER TIE PRICK , and
a diminished stock to select from—heticp we make this
That W'e have full hues of our film Gloves On hand, the
• "-BARTLEY:, •
received before the advance of prices in France: there
fore we will divide the advantage tiFtlOScutained, and
belt our Gloves below market prlceVfor
FIRST QUALITY GLOVES
"BARTLEY'S" GLOVES in all colors.
"BARTLEY'S" GLOVES in plain bitick:^,
"BARTLEY'S" GLOVES, whits. 14 - '
•'BABTLEY'B" GLOVES, black onibr'd with whit°.
"BARTLEY'S" GLOVES, "Fourchotte" (now and
GENTS' "BARTLEY," black, white and all colors
81l immense stock of our celebrated
They are the best $1 25 Glove in Amet. In all
colors—black, white and two button.
BAJOU'S .1.1) GLOVES (gcnuinel el 87
• JOUVIN, al leas 150
JOSEPH, all co 'ors 1 00
• tIHILDREN'S. 11 colors 1 03
'GENTS' BARTLEY" . 2 50
GENTS' "LA BELLE,".... 1 50
Every pair guaranteed. If they rip or tear, another
'Pair given in exchange.
A. & J. B. BARTHOLOMEW,
23 North Eighth Street.
For the Bartleyand La Belle Kid Gloves.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
oc9-6 w tf rP
J. W. SCOTT & CO.,
No. 814 CHESTNUT STREET
ARE SELLING TIME STOCK OF
LADIES' KID GLOVES
At $1 90 a Pair. Sizes 5 3-4 to 7.
jall to th a tfrpk -
TRENCH KID GLOVES, 2, 3 AND 4
.4.! buttons, Promenade aud•Eveniiig Colors, a spien•
did amortment of this season's importation; also ,Gent's
Single and Double Stitched Kid Gloves.
GEO. W. VOGEL,
1202 Chestnut street.
oc3 6t rp"
LADIES? DRESS DOOM,.
',THE METALLIC SPRING GARTER
la - For Bale at the following Spree in Philadelphia :
NIB& S. COX, 22 N'orthNintt St.
MRS. BINDER, Eleventh and•Chestnat.
0. C. NICHOLS, 102 South Eighth St.
MENOKE & BROTHER
No. E',o4- ARCH STREET.
LADIES' DRESS TRIMMINGS,
. ' BERLIN ZEPHYR GOODS, Etc.
A inrgeimporation of Embr. Cushions nudTEmhr
l i .r T "u r vr" feVgfw:nlanaaf id! line of the CelObrate,i
Vonsiderod in Europe superior to ony other make
Also, a full line of , tho •
VICTORIA KID 0-LOVES,
The beet Ono Dollar Glove in the market, ,
, $1 00 Pee: Pair.'
A complete amortment of the celebrated
J. B. P. PARIS-CORSETS.
MENCKE iSt BROTHER,
No. 804 Arch Street, Philadelphia
t iem to thoutrui
--1-1. T. .14114-N1801.4.1)'S
cucentrated Fluid Fxtract Buchui,
THE GREAT DIURETIC. -1-
The proprietor tritits that his remedies, * from the fact
of their Wag advertised, may not be classed as patent
4,11:n .1 1V:1 TA IHIIIfTO tte
is a pharmaceutical preparation. The proper name is
given, and it is the most active which can be made. It
ia endorsed as a cure by all medical-works for such dis
eases as recommended by the proprietor. It is - pleasant
in its taste and odor, free from all injurious properties,
and is taken by adults and children. It is tonic, diuretic,
blood purifying and invigorating. Enfeebled and deli-
cats constitutions of both sexes will find it far more
strength ming than any ofthe preparations of bark or
See -me ical properties contained in Dispensatory of
the Unite States, of which the following is a correct
IWOBV , I.—Its odor is strong, diffusive and somewhat
aroniatie. Ita taste is bitterish, and analogous to-that
of mint. It is given chiOtly - liredifiplaints of the urinary
organs, such Its gravel, obionic catarrh of. thi; bladder,
morbid irritation.of the bladder and uretha, disclaim of
the prostate gland, add retention or the incontinence of
utine; from a loss of tope in the parts concerned in its
evacuation. It has also been recommended in dyspep
sia, chronic - rheumatism, cutaneous affectiont mid
dropsy. • -
CURE OF GIIAVI t OF FIVE FEARS'
br. E. T, j febilboid—
DEAR 81.11 ,, We introduced ~ your "Fluid Extract
Bimii" in this country about eight months ago, and
are happy to state stied it is mooting with universal
favor. We wish to inform you of one instance (among
many l where your "Bimii" has worked wonders. A
man in our county, named J. B. Estell, has been suf
fering aliqui live years with gravel. About six weeks
ago he bought of us one bottle 61 your “Burhu," and
before he was through with one bottle he passed a gravel
that weighs eight grains, which we have now on exhibi
tion oLtir)lrrig store. ile says that hewill never be with
'Mit the" Bbchu" in 'his house again. Your prepara
tions are guiding favor every day. ,
Very reffpontfully, yours,
ECCLES & HINKLE, Druggists
CUItE OF BLADDER AND EIDN , E 6 ti AFFECTION
OF LONG STANDINCI-STONE PASSED 'AND TU ;
4.1 E SEEN.
H. T. Ilebi!liold, Esq.—
DEAn Sin: I Commenced taking your "Extract of
— truchu about two weeks . kiii — Maor ewe wife ion of the
bladder and kidneys. I have suffered by4spells very
much for a few days past. But yesterday relief came
through the effect of your "Buchu." A stone passed
—fromyruOiltuhfcr-AbOutthe-siy.e , ef-a-large-peavind-I-min
-feet perfectly welloid entirely free from - the paint t I
have suffered with b•soliarif." ',attribute my en
your medicine entirely, ,iind would recommend all p,.
HODS similarly affected to try it. I have great faith in
its curative powers.
Rev. WILLIAM COGSWELL, Westport, Conn.
J. L. G. CANNON, Druggist, Westport, Coon.
H. B. WHEELER, Esq., Westport, Conn.
BRADLEY HULL, Esq., Westport, Conn.
Dr. WAKEMAN, Reading, Conn.
R. W. R. ROBlNSON,Wholesale Druggist, New York
And many others, if necessary.
E OF KIDNEY AND BLADDER AFFECTION
OF A PATIENT SEVENTY-EIGHT YEARS OF
EDITOR COSMOPOLITE : I desire, RS an unsolicited
tribute to the merits of Helmbold's Buchu, and for the
benefit of those similarly afflicted as myself, to say that
after consulting many eminent physicians, and trying
nearly all the beet advertised remedies, in the vain hope
of finding relief from aggravated kidney and bladder
diseases, from which I have suffered excessively for
many years, good fortune finally suggested to me II elm
bold's Bnchu, which I commenced using with little
faith, and no apparent beneficial results for about a
month. At the expiration of that time., however, I
thought, I commenced to experience slight relief, which
encouraged me to persevere in its use, and now, at the
expiration of four months, although I am an infirm old
man, nearly 78 years of age, and consequently medicines
cannot be expected to favorably affect melts they other
wise w mild, I have found such unspeakable relief and
permanent benefit from Mr.. Heimbold's valuable dis
covery, that I feel I ought to publicly record the fact as
'au acknowledgment to hint and a valuable suggestion to
the public. -
Mr. Laren refers to the following gentlemen t.
Colonel DAN RICE, Girard, Penna.
CHARLES STOW, Esq., Girard, Ponna., editor cos
GEORGE H. CUTLER, Girard, Penna., attorney,
C. I. HINDS, Girard, Peuna., attorneY.
Captain D. W. HUTCHINSDN, Girard, Penna., at
DAVID OLIN, Girard, Penna., merchant.
DAVID E. DAY; Ginn d , Penna., merchant.
cek.KocKsvlia , L, Girard, Penna., merchant.
4/. C. ELY, Girard, Patna., druggist,
A PERMANENT CURE OF GRAVEL OF TWELVE
YEARS , STANDING-STONE PASSED AND. TO
Beamina, Conn., 15, 1869.
.Slane Slit :It is with much pleasur at I write . you .
upon facts respecting myself. I do not know hardly ,
how to express myself. I have boon for the last ten or
twelve years the greatest. sufferer m maenad be and live;
but more sometimes than others. The complaint was
the" kidneys" and " ,bladder." I have been sometimes
from to fourteen hours, and wanted to make
water every minute, and could not. Have consulted ,
doctors, both in Massachusetts and this State, and taken
pills, I may Bay by the quart, also liquored medicines,
but found no relief from any, and got worse the lastmix
nunfilw. 1 was so that I could scarcely get about. I
could not rest night or day. It would soon 'have been
" all up" with ate, if I had not 80011 your advertisement
in the Berkshire courier, headed " Hidneys." I read it
through and thought I Would try it. I purchased a
bottle, but, mind you, had not much faith in it. Why
should I, when I had been trying so many things and
cost me so much e Well, I began taking it. and before I
had taken the first bottle I felt bad ; but I finished it
and got another. By the tints I took half of the second
If still got worse f apparently ). When I walked it
if‘eined as if my right kidney was falling from its
place, and I fait really. bad. I felt so before I had
finished the second, that I bad made up my mind it
Was of no use trying tiny More—and all this time
the" Buchu" was doing its work, but 1 did not know
It ; so I gave it up and went to Hartford on. Saturday.
to one of the best doctors lu the city. He said it was'
the neck of the bladder, and PAhould have ,to undergo
tin operatlen. .Thi•gave me medicine, tofd I went home •
quite downhearted. On Sunday' vas unable
. to go to
church. I had not taken any of medicines, hilt on my
return continued using the ;`,131 mi," and fn the after
noon I had a desire to make water,Vlint cOald not. About'
one hour after this I tried tofu, with the same result,',
but the next time I took tl o vessel it Was the saiiieJM:
turnidgsfaueet and stopping it, off again: It wits so for
throe Undo and the third time there was something canto
through the passage and Mack against the side of the
vessel. 1 examined it,and It is the ugliest stone or gravel
you ever saw t ourer ed over with little pieces ,which col-
Acted together. It looks the color of a mud turtle, end
it is as hard as flint. Bo you susthe " Duclitt" was doing
its work, although I wits feeling so badly. I mended
another bottle, thinking there might be some more be
ldfill ; hilt HUM that hut potricO, whith 'tail ciStitweelo
4114 AD E :WI A
. EVENING OCTOBER '8
N Tellll., MtlY 11, ISGII
WiiKrroUT, Conn ~t. 5,1859
THOMAS .1. BENNETT
THANKS TO MIL HELAIBOLD
GIRARD, POIIIIII., March 31, 1869
D. M. L&REN
'ego last bundsy, I have been a's well as over I wax in my.l
Ills. I the iinue .itcurelyyraDaed, and:those who'
hale Fteli if ill this place areorprised.. r-cannot tell
you all, hut this ia a true' stertor my case. and you aro'
welcome to make such use bratty name as you think"
proper.' lam pretty IN, it kfiiwn in Berkshire; also in .
•Connecticut. The talvtrasement m
.savedo., Why not
pablish more ? The Springfield Republica* is a wide
spread paper. If any ono wishes to soo this wonder,thoy
con do so. I could write all4Jy}',`.but think I have mid
enough this time, so I remain your ever wolf -wisher,
EDWARD L. HOWARD,
Paper Maker, Burnside,Martford.county, Bonn.
Dr. MACK, Burnside, Coan. ' •
Dr. WRIGHT. North Lee. Mass.
DrjICLKUIVI, North Lee,.hrnes.
Dr: - ADIMS, Stockbridge, Mass.
_ Dr. nOTT, North Manchester. Conn.
Dr. JAQUES. Buckland Corners, Conu
All of whom treated me for the clt ;
Dr. KEYSEt• • •
is a pliyhician of over thirty years'. experience, and a
graduate of the Jefferson Medical College,' and of the
University of Medicine and Surgery of Philadelphia.
Mr. H. T. Rein:bold—
DEAR SIR In regard to the Question asked me as to
my opinion about Ruefl, I would say that I luivOifigil
and sold the article in various forms for the past tbiriY
years. I do not think there is any formAor preparation
of it I have not used, or know to be used, lathe VariOlS3
diseases where such medicate agent would be indcated.
You are aware, as well as myself, that it has been ex•
tensively employed in the various diseases ante bladder
and kidneys, and the reputation it has acquired, In my
judgment, is warranted by facts.
I have seen and uscd; as before stated, every form of
Bache—the powdered lea:vcs,lincture, fluid extracts—
and lam not cognizant any preparation of that plant
at all equal to yours. 'Twelve )aprs' experience ought
I think, to give me the right to judge of its morits;4lid,
without,prejudice or partiality', I give yours precedence
over all others.
I value Our-etichn for., its effect on patients. I have
cured with it, and seen cured with it, more pewit of
the bladder and kidneys, than I have over seen cured
with oily other Buchu or any other proprietary com
pound of whatever name. •
Respectfully yours. &c.,
GEO. H..KEYSER,,,M. D.,
• No. 140 Wood street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
August' 11, 1E65.....
A CASE QF TWENTY- .YEARS STAN PING.
PHILA DELPIIIA, PA , Juno 26, 1867.
H. T. Hrhiibblei , Dr l•gf.: iSt—
DrAlt Sett : I have been a sufferer for untvards o
twenty 3 earn with gravel, bladder and kidney aiTnetionsf
during n•hich time I have used various medicinal pre!
parationa, and been Under the treatment of the moat
eminent physicians, experiencing but little relief.
Having seen your prenitrations extensively advertised,
I conallted my family physician in regard to yout Ex
1 did this becalm; I had used all kinds of advertised
remedies mid had found them worthless, and some quite
injurious ; in tact. I despaired of ever getting-well, and
determined to use no remedies hereafter unless I knew
of the ingredients. It wile this that prompted the to
use your remedy. As you advertised that it was come
posed of imelin, cubebs and juniper berries, it occurred
to me and my physician as an excellent combination,
with his advice, after an examination of the article and
consulting again with the druggist, I concluded to trey',.
it. I commenced to use it about milt months, ago, at
which time I was confined to nly room.
From the tiro bottle I was astonishectand gratified at
the beneficial miser. and after using it three weeks was
nble to walk out. 1 felt match like writing to you a full
statement of my case at the time, but thought my im
pror t moot might only be temporary. and therefore con
eluded todefer, and see if it would effect a perfect cure,
knoWidgmattit would be of greater value to you and
more satisfactory to me.
I to now able to report that a- cure is effected after ,
the remedy for hive months.
I have not used any now for three months, and feel us
well lu all r , sII , TIS tel ever
Your Buchu being devoid of any unpleasant taste and
odor, a nice tonic and invigorator of the system. I do
not mean to be without it whenever occasion may re•
shire its use on Ateh affections.
Should any oneidoubt Mr. McCormick's statement, he
refers to the followuni gentlemen :
Non. WM . BIGLER, ex-Governor of Pennsylvania
Hon. THOS. B. FLORIO NCE, philadelphia.
orn—J,CAi !TeX Pk-Hadelp.l ;
Don. J . S. BLACK ~Philadelphia. •
Hon. D. R. PORTER, ex-Governor of Pennsylvania.
Hon. ELMS LEWIS, Philadelphiti.7 :
Hon. R. C. GRIER, Philadelphia..
Don. G. W. WOODWARD, Philadelphia.
Hon. JOHN BIGLER, ex-Governor of California...'
Hon. E. BANKS. Waehiugton, D.C. •
And ninny others, if nereesary. • •
ONE DiiLI,A7ES IVOTILD BE GIVEN
•.-- - - -
OB A BOTTLE, IF NECESSARY.
BAH WAY . J., Doc. 20869.
H. T. Relmbold, Esq.:
DEAR SIR : 1 take pleasure in sending you ricertill
cate, in addition to the many you have received from
suffering humanity. Can scarcely find* lauguage enlli
Moldy strong to express my heartfelt gratification et
the wonderful cure your "Duct u" has effected. For
four years I have suffered beyond description. All my
friends (with myself / came to the conclusion that my
case was incurable. Accident placed your adver;,
tisemeut in my hands. I commenced taking your
"Buchn." I followed . the directions. and to' my
utter astonishment, before I hnd taken seven bottles of
your valuable medicine ( I would give te MO , a bottle, if
I could not get it at any other prlce),l tun entirely cured.
I most earnestly recommend it to all those suffering
from disease. I have told many persons to take your
valuable medicine, and they are doing so with great suc
cess. Any information my fellow•cltlzens may require
will be freely given by the subscriber at his residence,
No. 78 Milton avenue, Rahway, N. J .
11. M. FREEMAN,
Councilman Third Ward, city of Rahway.
RAHWAY, N. J.. Dec 2,186 g.
We, the undersigned, are well acquainted with 11. M.
Freeman, of Rahway, uud know that lie has been a long
time suffering, in the worst possible form, for the past
four years, and that he has been entirely cured by the
use of" Ileitabold's Buchu.'•
J. W. SAVAGE, ex-Mayor.
FRANK LA BAH, President of Council.
NY M. RICHARDS, Clerk of Council.
PETER A. BANTA, Councilman.
W.. 1 . BROWN. Councilman.
J. S. B. ME ICK, Councilman.
LEWIS HOFF, Councilman.
J. B. STRYKER. Merchant.
CITY HALL, HAYOR t s OFF IcE
RAHWAY, N. J., Dec. 6, 1669.
This will certify that I am personally acquainted with
H. H. Freeman, and I am cognizant of the facts as set
lorth in the above statement, and the several persons
o hose signatures are hereunto attached are all known
JOHN F. WHITNEY, Mayor of Rahway. N. J.
NEW YORK STATE VOL. INSTITUTE, /
Corner of sth ay. and 76th Bt., Sentral Park.
. . .
I A Botha and School for the Sons of Deceased Sol
Dr..l - 1. T. Helriabold—
Two bottles only of the package of your valuable Bu
chu presented to the Institute have been used by the
children, and with perfect success. In the case of our
little Lientunant, A. J. has pride Is no longer mortified,
and ho.ht free-from the daily morning anathemas of the
chanibernmid who has charge of his bedding. I feel that
a knowledge of the result of our fiselof Your Becht" with
the children uuder our charge may save many a Super
intendent and filatron of Boarding Schools and Asylums
a great amount of annoyance ; and many a poor child
suffering more from weakners than from habit may be
spared punishment that Is (not knowing it as a weak
ness instead of a bad habit) most unjustly inflicted upon
them. Thanking lon on behalf of the children, and
I opine o there tnay be alilte benefited, I am respectfully
yours, Colonel YOUNG.
General Superintendent aunirector.
GREAT SALT. LAKE CITY, UTAH, Jan. 28, 1863.
Air. H. T. iielnibold—
DEAR Slit: Your communication requesting our terms.
for adsertising was duly received, but from a prejudicel
bad formed against advertising " cures for secret dis
eases," it was loft unanswered. During an accidental
conversation in a drug store the other evening. my mind
was changed Cu the character of yofir Buchu. It was
then highly commended for other diseases by two physi
cians present. 'lnclosed please Lind our rates of adver•
tisingr - Yours, 3r. c.,
T. B. H. BTENIIOIIBE,
Editor and Proprietor of Daily and
WEEPY RELIEF FROM SIDNEY AFFECTION
OCCASIONED BY ACCIDENT.
,Ngw You K. Feb. I, yip.
Dr. IL T. Helmbold—
DEAR SIR : On the 23d of August last I received severe
internal and external injurkik,occasioneflby an accident-
on a Philadelphia Railroad car. On my arrival in New
York I was attended by Dr. WILSON, of East Fifty- -
fifth street, and another physician, whoni, Millie I do not
now remember. After my wounds were dressed, I suf.
foredfor three CO days intense agony from internal in
juries, which affected My kidneys. 1 can say that after
taking but throe doses of YOUR EXTRACT BUCHD• I
felt greatly relieved. I used the balance of the bottle
and am happy to State that since that time I have,ex
pnriencedmo further difficulty.
Very truly yours,
P. 11. KEARNEY,
848 Third oven no.
Irespectfully refer to either of the following gentle•
-ROBERT B. ROOSEVELT, Esq., Editor cf Citizen
and Round Table.
B. F. CURTIS:EIio...IO2 Greonwitil avenue.
MORRIS PHILLIPS, Esq., Edqi'M Ilome Journal.
Bon. Pl. CONNOLLY, 'Register of City.
Messrs. PETTENGILL & BATES, Proprietors of
hearth and Home.
I. N. HUDSON, Esq., 41 Park row.
Rom NELSON J. WATERBURY .
Hon:JAMES E. COULTER.
Andmany. others, if necessary. •
GREAT CURE OF DIABETICS OF A LAD Y-1 0 .110TY
nuLLAns A iIoTTLE.
- . NEW YORK, Feb. 6. 1876.
Dear Dr. Heimbold— • '"'"1 r
REAR Sin; For the past eight months I have boon
suffering from Diabetes. I have consulted several of our
loading physicians, but have failed to receive the slight
est benefit from their costly medicines.
Four mouths ago I saw your 'advertisement in tho
' Remit!. 1 was persuaded by a friend who bud been
benefited by your WORLD-RENOWNED Beetle. 1 pur- -
chased a bottle t tookthe contents, and was 80 relieved
Mit I CODIDDIUO DWIIIIO of D. ' %Ha DIABETES DAS KN•
TIRELY DISAPPEARED &VEER .:SING IT volt THREE
: MOKIT/IS. I WOULD tityrf o'so A BOTI : tElf I CORM not get
it at any other price: ,
1 most earnestly recommend it to !ill those suffering
from this disease. . .
Sincerely yours, .
ANNA H. STOUGIITON, '
. " . _ • 12.3 'West 27th street.
I - . REL11.11014)18 EXTRACT RUCH U, established up
' -wards of eighteen years, prepared by H. T. HELM
. BOLD,.Druggist'No. 694 Broadway. New York,mul No.
1 104 South Tenth' street, Philadelphia, Penna. Price
81 25 per bottleror six. bottles fur 8650., delivered
.to AN ASSORTMENT
any address. :Bold by druggists everywhere.
None are genuine upless chino. fip, in stesa-engraved V.: 4 .4i. g111 '
wrapper, wit ir-iac-mifire amy chemical - warehouse, linery Goode, at . -t ,
' o ' t j • lE,'TrSeiTich(rotEmNelsEaDlFllatl,aud ufutl lint! of Mil
,- ~ L. P. JOLLIVET'S,
and signed ' I - '4l .
ocL,w4:63t F' - 1 U , T , uraltooLD. I. ocBl 11 w3trp" - .VA youthNinthbtreet.
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STRAWBRIDGE & CLOTREER,
SI L K DEPARTME!N;,T.
GROS DE LONDRES, all the New Shades.
FAILLES all the New Shades.
POUT T DE SOIES, all the New Shades.
WHITE SILLS for Weddings.
BLA , CK SfLKS.
The lm gest and most complete stock of BLACK SILKS ever offered to our customers,
IOUGHT AT THE LOWEST P,RICES
During the war panic abroad, and will be sold at a
MODERATE AgDVANC E.
HOMER, COLLADAY &-PO--.,
Nos. 1412 and 1414 Cliestnu.t Street,
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VREXCH PAPER HANGINGS.
3Paris I.nvpiewik l or Sept.
ROWELL, FINN . & CO.,
S, W. CORNER. NINTH. AND CHESTNUT STREETS.
8027 to 6 fit§
Our BLANKETS for the Fall and • Winter Season are now
fully open for examination. Our sales have already been fiery
large, but our arrangements with the mills a're such that` we shall
be able to supply almost any demand.
That we have sold strefitensively in past seasons hasp been
still further imp "roved, a 4 we can recommend them now with
confidence as being he r very best in the market for fineness of
wool, size and Weight.
Our assortment in CRIB, SINGLE BED, and C(ther sizes, is
by far the largest in the city, and are ftillnished in t Ony quantify,
from a single pair to the largest Hotel orders.
Our great facilitips for procuring and distributintithese goods
enable us to afford them at but "slight .advances on factory prices,
and thereby maintain ourselves as the leading house in the
PRICES RANGE FROM'TIEREE TO TWENTY DOLLARS-.PER PAIR.'
N. W. CORNER EIGHTH AND MARKET STREETS.
EVENING . SILKS, in all Grades and Colors.
WHITE SATI NS f or Weddings.
'3Ul3l' RECEIVVD BY
COLORED SANIN for Eye nings
I;IRENCEI WIRE NAILS, A LULL VA
rirty. from inch to 3 inchm, long, Juiit opened by
TRUMAN di hII A W, No, 8.35 (Eight Thirty-11v°) Market
atreet,bolow Ninth. . .
BOAS -BOUGHT IN AN Y QUANTITY
for caalt at LEARY'S,FiIIh and Walautlael7-luirp
The atteuthpn of buyere la invited to a SPEOLt
large Fall importation of
French and Swiss
made expressly for our private Halos, many of them
being the handsomest goods ever imported, among
which are many very LeIOIOE AND ELEGANT DE
SIGNS at very LOW PRICES
The Thes goods. being Imported in large implitissillreet
from lie manufacturers, will be offered at a small a 1•
ea ce, In order to insure their immediate sale.
ALSO, A LARGE AND VARIED
Curtain md DecoiatineMaterials,
COMPRISING MANY NOYkTIES IN
Royal Tapestries, Moquets, Satins,
Brocades, Cotelines, Broca
telles, Worsted Terrys,
Carved and Plain Walnut, Ebony and
SHAPES IN GREAT VARIETIES,
Plain White, Colored, Bordered,Land
scopes, Etc., Etc.
All orders ontrutiteCi Ilf; will . bo executed promptly
experienced and reliable workmen.
No. 1008 CHESTNUT STREET.
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BEGINNERS IN. HOUSEKEEPING AND
Old Romiekeepers are requested to examine oar RN
'mythical. of Hardware, Cutlery Oooking
TRUMAN it MIA W, M.( EWA Thirty-livo)Dtarkot
street, below Sinth.l