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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 6 February 1861

SPHINQ MOURNING GOODS—Just received Black and Whiteand _RJack and Violet Pansi Printed Foulards, Second _Mourning Syria PoplinsLawllas. Cravellas, Japonairo, Ac.: Black • Balzarines12>ito 25ots.; Gray iiavellas. nii _ots.; Hqyle's Lilac _fcnglish Chintzes, 12_«ots.; Black Barege Hernam. Crape Maretz and Baregesall widths; Ginghams, Black Tamatans. Chair. MouselioesTamises- to.: Black Poult de _Soie, _andiGros _Wrains bilks, &o.; Black, Plain, and Figured Silk Grenadines. afisaoix & son. mourning store, fe4 No. 918 _P._hAatnnt «tr_«_it rrS=" PEOPLE'S _LITERARY _IlfSTITUTE.-i_^ra »_ev. HENRY WARD BkKOHKK will Lecture _OtRl HALL. Eubjeot—" Yea. Yea, and Nay, Nay." Tickets26 cents; may be procured at the Hall during the day. Lecture _guaner before 8 o'clock. fe3-6t* jf-5=» _NOTICE.- AW ANNUAL MEETING Yi4? b_^CTS_^ tnbutlne , Members of the N &WS BOYS' AID POOIETYof Philadelphiawiil be held 273 Kouth THIRD Street, on iHURSDAY, the 7th day of Pebruarr ne...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 6 February 1861

FINANCIAL AND _COMMERCIAIj The Hloney Markets Philadelphia, J?eb 5,1861. Reading Railroad shares _rcse to 20f te-day_.on the strength of more favorable political news. City loftH8, Of the newissae, regained tbe J lost yesterday, selling atlOli- Camdea and Amboy Railroad shares sold at 109*—a decline of _J. Oatawissa preferred sold at 9, and SohuylkiH Navigation preferred at 15i The money market is without change. Tbe New York bank statement shows, In the aggregates, the following changes from the previous weekly exhibit: DeoreasB of loans. .$2,027,229 Increase in _speoie................. 2,085,568 Increase of circulation. 170,078 Increase of undrawn deposits 493.697 Including the exchanges between the banki through the clearing bouse, and including, also, the Sub-Treasury statement of Saturday afternoon, the following is the general comparison with the previous weekly report, and also with the movement of this time last year: Feb.l.m Feb. 2.'SI. Jan. 26.'81, _Canital . «69,4...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 6 February 1861

ARRIVALS AT THE PRINCIPAL HOTELS n? to 12 o_'olooi: tAM mght. CONTINENTAL HOTEL—Ninth and Chestnut. L L WeldKansas W" m B WilkinsDel Saml Button. Delaware G £ Barry, Delaware Jos f lumraer, Pitttburg Mr m&!sant New York HBallWashingtonPa TgBirchWash, Pa R A Smith, New ork Donald MacLeodWash R O Hooper. Boston H F Parker, Pike'« Peak CF Randolph * la,NJ WGCraie-Kentncky T D Hall, Chioaco Capt Wm B Hooper, Bait O Billings & laVermont Mrs Allen, Vermont Miss Upham, Vermont Kirs w F _Oary tc dau. N Y L V. Cary. NewYork_; AH Half it. New York _Th W Packard, New York is C HintConnecticut F 8 AndrewsConneotiout J H _Whittemore, Cona W H HunserfordConn &M Wheeler, New York Geo Olencrosi, Knitland C F Blake. Brooklyn W H De Poe. New York John M. Moore, New York D W Moore, New York John P _Newki> k. N Y JF _Bueliujf. New Jersey J F Or lin, Philadelphia Wm H Calvert, Cioemnati C H Breneman, Lancaster J P Wonte-1, New York B Fowler«ew York H _Firmstone_. P...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 6 February 1861

AT DEAN & CO.'S, 335 _CHESTNUT Street, Philadelphia, Pa.. At BKAN & CO.'S, SO West FOURTH Street, Ci»- oinnati, Ohio At DKAN & CO.'S, 148 DEARBORN Street, _Chioago, _Ilinois, At DEAN & CO.'S, Detroit, Michigan, At DEAN & CO.'S, _S14 MAIN Street, Buffalo, New York, At DEAN & CO.'S, S ARCADE, Rochester, New York, . • At DBA1 * & CO.'S, next post office, _Harrisburs, ¦' ennsvlvania, At 0EAN & CO.'S, 335 CHESTNUT Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvan_^u _^ my A first-rate Vest Cham. ~~ ~ _^-for $1 00 A Food <jusrd Chain — —._„-_»- -...for 1 00 A Lady's Cbatelaine Chain. for 1 00 A i ady'_s Neck Chain -for 1 flu A Child's Necklace „.__.—_ .for 100 A14 karat Gold Pen and Silver Holder..... -for l oo A Counting-house Pen and Holder. for 1 00 A Gold Pencil.... ....._»- for 1 00 A _lady's Cameo Set..... — —......__ for 100 ALad>'sJet8et_. ~— _«.— for 100 A Lady's Lava Set.. _ — .....for 100 A Lady's Onyx Set ...for 10...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 6 February 1861

FOR SALE AND TO LET. _4| FOR SALE-GERMANTOWN PRO-1H. PKRTY.-Modern RESIDENCE, nearlv new, with lot16i feet front151 feet deep, covjb house&e.: only uraall amount of money required. Will be sold low. if applied for soon. ¦ . A. ROB_«NO fe6 2t» No. 225 North THIRD 8treet. _MF OR SALE OR TO RENT-The largedouble Brick Dwelling-HomeNo. 415 South FfFTEENTH Street, below Pine street. Awlv to J. BERG-fcAHl _irKlCjfi fa6-tf ' Wo. »_13 ARCH Btreet, M JOB SALE—A desirable property of TWENTY ACEES, handsomely locatedwith suitable buildings, on the Pennsilvania Railroad, between _Parkesburg and _Penningwnville. Teims easy. J. e. _tSPHLciMAN, feg-tf 31T SPRUCE Street. TO REaT—Two very desirable Stores, on the Ninttt-etreet front of "The Continental Hotel." The Store at Ninth and _Sansom streets especially adapted for a Saddle and Harness Maker. .Apply to JOHN RICE _ feS-tf Southwest MI NTH and 8AN8OM streets. T O RENT—A House and Store, with a large projecting bulk, in Arch street b...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 6 February 1861

MAKINE INTELLIGENCE SEE FOURTH PAGE ARR1_VEH. Bark Margaret. Q.uie, from Fe nnmbuoo. via Delaware Breakwater, with sugar to _Welsford, _Bankin & Co. Towed up by tug J F Starr. ...' BT TBtB#_BAl_>B. ' ' - ' (Correspondence of The Press. ) New York, Feb 5, Arrivedbrig Stadt Baselfrom Rio. Belowbark Kleetword from Apalaenicola; brig Conductor, from Turks Island. New _ORiEABs_.Febfi. Amved_, ships _Ivaae Newton, from Boston; Samuel Dunning, from Mobile. • (Correspondence of the Philadelphia Exchange.) LEWES. De). Feb *. The briK Caroline. _Capt _Foddleford, from Cardenas bound to New Yorkwith a cargo consisting of 218 _hhds meiadOi va< abandoned 24th ulCin lat Si N< lone 79 w. On the night of the2Ist ult. a violent gale from the south set inand did not abate until the evening of the 23d, dudncwhioh the vessel leaked at the rate of 3000strokes per hourand was in a sinking condition , when, fortunately, the schr Hannibal, from Blaok JuverJamfor Phila...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 6 February 1861

Haib Dyh! Haib Dye!!—Batchelors _LIQUID HAIR DYE is he original and best in tht market. All others are mere imitations, and should bs avoided if you _wuh to escape ridicule. Splendid Bla.ck or beautilul Bsowh instantaneously. Sold by all Druggists everywhere. The genuine has the signature of WILLIAM A. BATCHELOR upon a steel-plate engraving on four sides of each box. Bevart of Counterfeits, Manufactory, 81 Barclay street, late SSS Broadway, New York. _CHARGES* BATOHELOR, noft-ly Proprietor. Salamander Firk-Proof SAFB_3.-—A very large assortment of SALAMANDERS for sale at reasonable prices, No. 304 CHESTNUT Street., Pbila delphia. EVANS #p WATSON. auB-tf ¦ ¦ . ii — i ¦' Gkovbb & _BiKEB'a Cblebkated NOISELESS SEWING MACHINES. The Best in Use for Family Sewing. No. 730 CHESTNUT Street, Philadelphia. au2T-ly One Prick Clothing op the _Latesi Styles, made in the best manner, expressly for RETAIL PALES. LOWEST selling prices marked in Plain Figures. All goods made to order war...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 6 February 1861

WANTS Jk LADY desires a> situation to superm-•_£*- tend a gentleman's house, being _aoouatomed to the management of children; or as matron of a public institution. "i _Best of reference given and required. Address " W. M.T.." fre»8orBoe. feSSt* W'ANTED—A Situation as Clerk m a • * * _> ° tS1Q l 8toTS> _^ a _joung _gentfernan well aoqnaratedI North and South. Satisfactory reference fi1 _??11 '! » 1?^_eraH saIaiy will be accepted. Address "Clerk," at this offioe. fe_«-3t* l_^ANTED—-By a young man, having 7. -w i. somethree years' experience as Book-keeper.'a situation m that capacityor as assistant. The Wholesale Grocery or CcmmisBion Business preferred- Reference, present employ _ers, Address " Clay," office of The Press. feB-3t* _^^"ANTED—An experienced Salesman . " ¦»¦¦ . ' in a . Notion housewish a near trade, cash and prompt-pay ins six months. Address, stating salary expected, with reference, Box 149S Post Offioe. It* ¦^_Kf ANTED—-A horse and wagon, to...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 6 February 1861

DIED TALLMAN.—On the 4th iBBtantat the residence of tier husband , near _Holmesburg, Sarah, wife of Joseph Tallman. in the 67th year of her age. ¦ ' he relatives and friends of the _family are respectfully invited to attend the funersI, from the residence of _ner son-in law, John C. ArnsonNo. 1610 Poplar street, on Friday morning, the 8th instant, at 11 o'o'ook. To proceed to RoBaidsan'_s Cemetery. **• •PATTRR8ON.—On the 4th instant. Mrs. Mary P., relict of the late Thomas Patterson, in tho7Sth jearof The relatives and male friends of the family are invited to attend the funeral, from her late _lesidenoe_. No. 851 South Front streeton Thursday morning, at 19 o'clock. Funeral services at St. Peter's Church. * *1 MILLfeR.—In Princeton, Ni-w Jerseyon Saturday, the Sd of February instantMrs. Sarah Millerrelict o the late Rev. S-unael Miller, D. D., in the 81th year o her age. The fuuerat will take place this {Wednesday)»the 6th instant. »t _Zii o'clock P. M. ** MILLIGAN—on the 3d'...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 6 February 1861

KAILKOAD UlSKh. fS5_anHKIW&8TOHBSl ER _BSS:_§_S?5BaAND PHILADELPHIA * AUJl0AD VIAMEDIA. WINTER _ARRANGEMENT, From northeast eorn.er-ofJbighteeBth and Market On and after Sunday, Nov. _Zfftb, 1860 _^^ _tte _ftains will leave ihe northeast corner of Eighteenth and Market streets at 7.40 A. M., a _ajd 4.30 P..M. On Sundays, at 8 A. M- and ?P. M. Trains _leaving Phiiadelphia, at 7 40 A. M. and 4 80 P, M... and on Wednesdays and _Raturdajs_, at 2 F. M., oonnect at _Pennalton with the Philadelphia and Baltimore Central Railroad, for ConcordKennett. Avondale, Oxford, io,, &o. _HEflRY WOODSiuoSS <?euera.l Superintendent. _fmmm_^m .— _SiSNGbR TRAINS FOR DOWNtNSTOWN ANJ> INTKRWEDIATESTAI IONS.—On and after Nov. 5th, 1860, the _PasBenxer Trains for UOWNINGTOWN will start from the new Passenger repot of the Philadelphia and Reading Railroad Company, corner of BROAD snd _CaLLOWHILli Streets, (passenger entrance on CaUowhill.) , . " MORNING TRAIN for Downmgtown l...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 6 February 1861

llf JENNERGHOR FANOY DRESS BALL e-A _Tb*. Maennerchor Vocal Society inr orm their frieprfsjnrf the public that their FOURTEENTH ANNUAL FANCY DRESS .. . BALL Will be given on MONDAY EVENING, February II, 1861, JIT THB •- ¦¦ ,„ ' ¦ ¦ _„ MU8ICAL FUND HALL. «?1 P2_tr Manafirer8~i 'rofeS8olr_« J- _MARTIN and M. _HLASKO. Tiokett admittihg a gentleman and two ladies92-«*n be obtained by _tubsonption Irom the members and o A. tfergfeld/ Piano Wareroom, northeast oorner ot Seventh and Walnut streets. tJ_^ Camp, southwest oorner ol Seventh aid Cherry M. Kaiser, No. 106 South Eighth street. v ™?s _f% ii no;'nt&l!t owner of Founn and Branch sts, Jf. T. _^ohmidt. No. »3 North Third street. L. J. Ladner, No. 632 North Third street. P. fiattz. No. C02 North Third street. ,Th. Mueller, southwest corner of Fourth and Cherry A. W«ind_*roth, No. 8_'4 _Chestnnt street. ie5-8t CJANFORD'S OEEBA HOUSE, OPEN FOR f _hIYJ5I,Hn 8TRBET> _XEWLWM£R%fi_$ _™ _»_Tainted. „ . _,MR. SANFOAD Has sec...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 6 February 1861

¦ ¦ - ¦": . •.; ¦ SAVING -JFUNDS.:;_ ¦;.. .;.. ¦¦-•' - SAVING iuND^^_ErEET_^_OTliii TRUST COMPANY, corner THIRD and CHESTNUT Streets, _INTERS FIVE8 PER _ggj^^>p resjdent . J*ME8 R. HUNTERBeoretary and Treasurer. Offioe hours, from 10 until 3 o'clock. . ¦ ¦ ... ' This Company is not joined in any application to the Legislature. fcS AMERICAN SAVING FUND8.3B. corner walnut and FOURTH Streets, continues _^s_^i&r>m _^ti_^N_^_K %_^r_^i_^u President. Johm S.Wilson, Treasurer. ia29-iftf ; . _^ '. _;__epijcatioiiaij. ¦_7_»_iWOATroN.--PENN INSTITUTE, S. JDi E. corner of THIRTEENTH and FILBERT. For Catalogues, address R. STEWART, , fe36t* _Prinoipal. BRY ANT, STEATTON, & FAIRBANKS' MERCANTILE COLLEGE, S. E. oorner SEVEMTH and CHESTNUT 8treets!-U«ir and E ._vmt** Sessions. Individual instruction in Bookkeeping, ineradnuLGeneral Wholesale and Retail Business , 8U9 ping, Forwarding and Commission_»an*™f_« Jtx ohangeManufacturing;. _Raiiroadintr BteambQatiM. to., ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 6 February 1861

NEW YORK ADVERTISEMENT. _^^- _jyB W YORK. 81 AND 8* FRANKLIN STREET, WEST OF BROADWAY. WICKS SMITH. & CO. Are now offering, by the package, an _ENTIRELY NEW STOCK, • Embraomg their SPRING PREPARATION 07 MEOITTM-PKICBD _BRITISH DRESS GOODS Of Styles and Fabrics striotly THEIR OWN. WICK8, SMITH, & CO , •fe6-wf*m6t* Importers. New York.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 6 February 1861

MACKEREL, HERRING, SHAD, SALi. _' JL MON, ko.—im bbla. Mess Nobl3and S Mackerel, iareemediumand small, m assorted paokaees of caoioe late-oaueht fat fish. 6,000 bbls. Now Halifax, Eastport, and Labrador Herringsof choice qualities. 6,000 boxes extr* new scaled Herrings, 3,000 boxes oxt* a new No.l Herrings. 3,000 boxes large Maedj&me Hemnga. • ISO bbls. Madkinao White Fish 60 bbls, new Economy MessShad, SS bbls. new Halifax Salmon. 1,800 Quintals Graad Bank Codfish. 300 boxes Herkimer-oounty Cheese. Inftoreandlaadine,torsfiej b rfpHYfc r no) Vo._l4« NOH.TH WHARVES. P OINT PLEASANT fOUNDfiY, No. 963 BEACH StreetKensingtonPhil&delphia-WILUAK H. TIERS informs his friends thathavint puehasad the entire stook of Patterns at the above Foundryhe is now prepared to reoeive orders sor . Rolling _Srist, and Saw Mill Castings, Soap. Chemical, _ani House Work, _Gearins. Outinsf made from Reverberatory or 0»p»U _Furcace_*, ia _tiry. er rreec eand, er »>rn ¦ ¦ • . ¦ _-_...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 6 February 1861

THE UNION—Arch street,above 1'hird. Jno W Weber, Pottsville _P A Wilson. Boston J lWeBride. Boson T J Denham. Rochester Wilson MoVeitfh. N York John 8 Pearson JReadtn< W c «u!dm. Pt Clinton H O _WToodnutt, Delaware Geo _Keadinsr, _Vew Jersej W 0 VoBburghi New Yorx S Bush. Mew York COMMERCIAL HOTKL—Sixth St.. above Chestnut. Jas Guie. Chester co _jwOrothew. Cecil oo,Md Jack FitesLancaster oo Pa Ned Marnn- D Run _Isaace BertolettRading 8 _Ogden. Delaware coPa T Walter, _Thorndaie Geo W Price Coatesrilie Jas Brown. Maryland D R JonesPhiladelphia Stephen B FordMaryland SamlRhoades, Penna J J Wilson. Chester oo STATES UNION—Market rtreet_, above Sixth. Thoa F Manme, Lane oo J W _Stebbins, Penna Jos C Diokinson, Penna A H W-Creieh, _Pittsburg RWCliffom_.Newflawen H BifebwJersey City J H Rutter & la-fcano co_.Pa Jos MoClureLane co, l'» Geo L Boyle, Lancaster M Malone, Lancaster I _Puse?Lanoaster oo. Pa BW fletts Iowa .. Baml Stein, Pennsylvania _WHRhodes. Reading Geo MoAlp...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 6 February 1861

CITY ITEMS The Ihaugceation or Mr. Lincoln.—The time fortheroauguratirn of the President _elest is rapidly _approaohine, and active preparations are afoot for the important event. Mr. Ii. will start East in a short time, and it is understood that he designs passing through New York, Philadelphia, and Baltimore on his way to Washington. The Board of Aldermen of New York have refused to tender any formal welcome to the Chief Magistrate that-is-to-be; but in Philadelphia he will meet with no such churlishness. He will receive here all the consideration his d _atingmshed position entitles him to. and while in the oty, he will obtain for Jiimself his inaugural suit at the Brown Stone Clothing Hall of Rookbill& Wilson, Nos. 603 and 606 Chestnut street, above Sixth. Never Look Sab.— ' Never look sad—there's nothing so bad Am setting familiar -with sorrow ; Treat him to-day in a oavalier way, And he'll seek other quarters to-morrow-Never look sad—there's nothing so bad; If t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 6 February 1861

_J_^ DMIT THE BEARER - - TO CLARK'S Si STOBE; THE LARGEST IN THE WORLD! Where will be found obliging salesmen, and the most Magnificent Stock of Silver Plated Ware, Jewelry, and Various Fanoy Goods ever offered for 91. REMEMBER, D. W. CLARK, 60S CHESTNUT STREET, Hr Take your ohoioe for 91. <9T"0pen day and evening. BOOKS: We are closing out cur Entire Stock of _Ptardard and Miscellaneous Books, at about half price. Give us a call. D. W.CLARK, fe3-6t-ii* 602 CHE8TMUT STREET.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 6 February 1861

Philadelphia Markets. _Fbbkttaby 6—Bvening. There is very little export demand for Flour, and prioes are rather weak. The only sales reported are 100 bbls Ohio extra family at about S8 28, and Bmall tales to supply the home trade at from S6 25«s5 £0 for common superfine and good extras ; $6.76e>6 25 for extra family : and #6 37<a6.78 for fancy Io'b. as in quality. Rje Flour is but little inquired for, and 200 bbls sold at ®S.62J_^ Penna Corn Meal is held at S3 _^ bbl. _Wheat. There is very little demand, _aud price* continue about ttie game Bales of 1600 bus fair and Brime red at 125s 12Ss, and small lots of white at from 13_Sail0s per bog, Jiye is dull at 70o for _Perma. and 67ai 68a for Delaware. Corn continues f-ull. Small sales of new _? allow at 68oand 1,000 bus old at 68#69o. Oats are for lot of sold at steady at 33_^o >enna. A Jersey 32o _^ bus. Ba.rk.—1st No. 1 Quercitron is wanted at S25 per ton-Cotton continues firm, but there is very little doing ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 6 February 1861

AMUSEMENTS. ' _^_lliRTOAirXoADBMY OF MUSIO . MR. JOHN 8. RAREY Will give his second LECTURE exhibition of _^ _horse tamtn0, academVof musio THUJR8_DAY _EVkJFnO. FBBRUAKY 7, At hall past seven. jJ W j T._ECTUR_^ will be practically illustrated by the Jn»odutiorj and _subjugation of the most vioious horses wnioh can be obtained. "CRUISER " and the _amal'est In the world _wiffiW&ffl_?8 MR RAREY'S Stay in Philadelphia will necessarily be very limited, as he has positive engagements elsewhere. m _. _« PRICES OP ADMISSION: PanmetParaaet Circle, and BalooW...- .._#L All the rest of the house. "TZH_^i,......r_._».W ots. m " ¦ SPECIAL NOTICE. pvp>w78« _^^"SPw _aL_^_e _Woket offices, on the _EVEalad of the LECTURE, the public are reguestedas far as possible, to purohase their tiekets madvance. fef-St_"

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 6 February 1861

VAN AMBURGH & CO_.'S * united »aa wTOj5 436 and 428 CHESTNUT Street, EVERY MORNING, AFT_^_iySSf_._SlTviNTNe Doors open at 10 A. M., 2 and 6X P. M. Adaiission S oents; children under nine years 15 oents. Perform-TSSS._01 _^f_^_Sfr y"* K"> J-anthew, Lelpards, Pumas, Ponies, Monkeys, Mules, &c, every Afternoon ap *u- « i_*UH.TH- SCJCCE88FOL WEEK sfSiroTW_^^_vKtVvbP_** nfe' _*?* AfflMwIngExhibition. SPECIAL NOTIC . E.-That miracle of «a*aeitj. the wonderiul Performing £lephaBt,TippooSaib,wiii be introduced mto the arena every Afternoon and Evening_, by Prof. Nash, and execute feats hitherto deemed impossible, and never attempted by any other animal. HE GERMANIA OROHESTRA give - their PUBLIC REHEARSALS every S_^TUESnL e _W eDO ¥_A J}4ooloo .k ' at the MUSICAL FUND HALL. 8 tioket«, SI; single tickets26 oents, for sale atChiokennf * Bon's, m , Chestnnt street; Cnestautsweet t5&nd Beo)t& Lawton'_sJ _Engagements for Concerts. CommencementsParties, so....

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