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THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. FIIILADELriHA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 2C, 1867.
Hrarj du Verrlrr, Marqnls de Lftrochclacquo
Jm, H-ntor of the Frem-h Kmpire. died at the
vtlityre of Pecj, in the department of the Heine-t-4HN,
Jann.ry 7. lie dejccndod from a
t mHj notf d tor ita legitimist convictions, his
Mother betni? the heroine of the Vender, and
kid onclf, Henry Larochejacquclin, the chiej of
thf VrndVan war apainst the first French re
public Ke was born in 1804, and was created
l'eT of France at the early age of eleven, but
kd not taken his neat in the Upper House
when the July revolution of 1830 broke out.
Unwilling to serve the July dynasty id any
capacity, he rebitrned his peerage. In 1H42 he
wm elecwd to the Chamber of the Deputies,
where he was the most violent member of
the LcffitimlBt opposition In his attacks upon
the Government. He disagreed, however, with
the bulk oi his party and the Count of Cham
bord, in demanding a direct appeal to the popu
lar vote. This cstraneement irrew wider alter
the proclamation ot the republic and the esta
blishment of the empire, which Larochejacque
lin accepted as the expression of the popular
vote, though, as lar as his personal predilec
tions were concerned, he pretended to remain
Legitimist. In 1852 he was named by the
Kmperor a Senator, and the acceptance of this
position by him created a great scnation amont
the Lepitimifts. He took a frequent, though
ot prominent part In the debutes of the Senate,
and was, in particular, conspicuous for his un
compromising defense of the Temporal Powers.
Mis Millie Cavendish.
The death record of the week contains the
Lame of Miss Millie Cavendish. This young
actress made her first appearance in the United
States, on the occasion of the first performance
f The Hack Crook, xit Niblo's Garden. Her
archness and vivacity as an nctress made a very
leasing impression ot that time, and since then
the had steadily grown in popular favor. Her
death occurred on the 23d instant, and her
remains were yesterday buried at Greenwood
Cemetery. Jf. T. Tribune.
From the Richmond Examiner.
Aunt Milly, a colored woman, formerly be
longing to Captain James M. Harris, lesidiiig
car Itockfiih Gap, in Nelson county, Va., died
at the residence of that gentleman on the 7th
instant, in the 13tlth year of her age. She was
orn in the year 1731, in the beginning of the
reign of George II. She was a contemporary of
Pope, Swift, and Bolingbroke, though probably
i.he never heard of them. A colored woman,
named Caroline James, died in Ilichraond on
Tuesday, at the advanced age of 130 years.
She was married but once, and was the mother
f thirty-five children. She was a slave until
the evacuation of Richmond, and was the pro
perty at that time of Mr. D. Benjamin Pilcher.
The Famous Preacher of Paris.
The Pall Malt Gaze'le has the following sketch
i l ather Hyacinthe, the famous preacher at
Notre Dame, in Paris:
"Unprepossessing in appearance, Pere Hya
i Withe, who has been preaching the advent ser
mons at Notre Dame, is one of the most interest
ing Iirrsonages of the hour: hp hiiq finrcwvlAii
Louis Veuillot and 'Les Odeursde Paris,' and for
me last Dion in nas oeun crying from the altar,
'Love! fidelity! marriage f union of the sexes!
increase and multiply !' These are the texts from
which Charles Loyson, Pere ilvacinthe, has
preached to the people whom he evidently cou
nters in their decadence, but to whom, in his
love for his country, he feels bound to speak
cut frankly njtid boldly. Three years ago, when
Pere Ilyaelatiie for the first time mounted the
pulpit of Notre Dame, the event was looked
upon as one of political importance in conse
quence of the doctrines he was known to pro
fess. It was the time when the ul tramontanes
were engaged in attacking what they called
'modern society' wlrb. reaouWil visor, and
jeverv, TjornlnE at Par.,( Berlin" aud Vienna the
ournaiB ot that party were tilled with violent
invectives against 'liberal Ideas.' It wa9 about
this time that the celebrated Byllaous was
launched, in spite ot the remonstrances of
Monseignour Dupanloup, Bishop of Orleans,
and the liberal party was driven from pulpit
"It was, therefore, regarded as a courageous
act on the part of the Archbishop of Paris when,
with a tact and moderation (which have not for
saken him), in answer to the reactionists he
established the conferences of Notra Dume, and
called Pere Hyacintbe, who was voung, of
liberal tendencies, bold ami eloquent, to nil
what we may term the chtir of Notre Dame.
The preacher soon became a kind of power in
the State; it became impossible for the metro
politan church to accommodate all those who
flocked to hear, not the shibboleth of a sect, but
a manly exposition of the harmony between the
Christian Gospel and the liberal views of the
present time. The first year of hi9 conferences
was employed in demonstrating, in a purely philo
sophical manner, not the existence, but the
personality of God, always present in the world
ana interwoven witn its History, rue secoua
year was devoted to the glovitication of the
human conscience enlightened by reason aud
faith, and attacks upon what was termed in the
last century 'independent morality.' This year
Pere Hyacinthe has been engaged in preaching
tin domestic happiness and singing the praises
of love, the third person oi the human trinity.'
Pere Hyacinthe was aware that he could not
treat such ft subject without provoking the
laughter of the skeptics, w ho would be ready to
hold up a thousand examples of how love was
daily profaned; but on this subject he said.
Thank God, my heart has remained pure and
my reason healthy; and I, preacher of the
Evangel, a doctor of reason and the human
heart, have the right, and look upon it ns a
duty to name love.' And the Carmelite monk
preached with as much unctlontbn this subject
as if he had been an English rector with a com
fortable parsonage and a thrifty and fruitful
A Singular Sect In India.
The Khojahs of Western India were converted
from Hindooism by a Mohammedan missionary
about lour hundred years aiio; but being very
illiterate, without schools, priests, or mosciues,
and retaining most of their Hindoo customs
and usages, they have grown up with very
cloudy notions of what their religious tenets
really are. The principal obiect of their vene
ration is a Persian nobleman nambed Aga Khan,
who has taken up his abode in India during the
last tweuty-five years, and who is maintained
by voluntary contributions from the faithful,
amounting to about 10,000 per annum, which
he is stated to spend principally in horse-racing.
So great is the superstitious reverence with
which this individual is regarded, that it appears
at meetings of the caste a most exciting scram
ble ensues for some leaves of betel on which he
has been graciously pleased to spit. These
Khojahs, however, are"getting rich; and some
ot them, looking out tor a religion with a purer
faith, have set up as orthodox Mussulman.
This has led to disputes about the caste pro
perty, which has been brought before a court;
but unfortunately for the cauce of reform, 8ir
Joseph ArnouU has pronounced that Aga Khun
is entitled to full control.
Adah Isaacs Menken.
The Paris Times of the 12th instant states that
on the Saturday previous an accident occurred
at the Gaiet Theatre tn that city to Miss Adah
Isaacs Menken, during the performance of the
Pirates tie la Hanane. The horse on which Miss
Menken was bound broke down, and tell at the
commencement of the ascent. Of course she
could not make the slightest movement, and for
some moments her life was in danger. The cur
tain was Quickly lowered, and in a few minutes
the piece was resumed, and this time the "ascen
sion perilleuse" was successfully executed. She
is said to be having a great success.
A person by the name of Hart, belonging to
Taunton, Massachusetts, aud who left there in a
fileiph on Wednesday afternoon last week, is still
Missing.- era rrmay taose searching lor him
found a horse and cicigb on the Dighton road.
the horse frown to death. In a house near by
they discovered a man and boy, who were the
occupants of the sleigh, and wke barely escaped
ealit Wm via.
FROM WASHINGTON THIS AFTERNOON.
srCCIAL DESPATCHES TO EVENING TELEOIUFH.
Washinotoh, January 26.
fiiODrh colored voters have beta rogirtered in
Georgetown to nhow tht they will bold the baJanco
ol power id the municlpaltelection.
The Gold Bill.
The Srmle Finance Committee have taken no
formal tction oa ihe Gold bill, tint the memDfrs of
lli Committee express the opinion that there is
nothm objectionable in It, and they will undoubt
eflly report favorably.
Colorado and Nebraska..
The vofoei of theColorodo and Ncbraka bills are not
expected now before Monday. A strong . ffjrt Is
bemf raadn by paniee interested to induce the Pre
sident to aim tho bills or to allow them to become
laws without his Ipnv.tare.
The temper of the Home, so far as afrcrtainrrt, is
1ctbm a tariff bid of eonoitierabli higher rates than
cither the Wells bill or the Senate bill.
William B. Attor, ot New Tork, U in the Hou
Proapeets of Mr. Swann.
It is believed that Mr. Hwann. Senator elect from
Waiy.and, wnl not be allowed to take bt seat, on
the f lotind that his election was effected by corrupt
There Is a report afloat that the itnimor sextan.
with Surratt on board, is off Fortress Jflon.-oe, but
it is not true.
Wamiikotok, JanisrTlS. Mr. Morcao (N. T ) pre
sumed a reinoontrance aeain't vhe jiro posed prohibitum
on ta Importation ot firecracker, which was ordered
to lie upon the tntiie.
H r. uooilttie ( Wia.) premnted the report ef the joint
Special Committee, appointed Match 3 IWj.V to In'iulre
Into the condition of the Indian tribes and the munaiie
nient oi Indian affairs, which was read and ordered to
Mr. Hi nderson (Mo ) Introduced a bill tor the relief of
the orth .Mlx.ouri Kaliread company, b? allowing It
crertli lor duties on railroad iron. Keieried to the
Mr Wado(Ohio) called bp the bill to authorize the
cfBKtructlon of a lateral branch of tho Baitimere and
totomac Hni raad Into and within the JUiHirlct of
Columbia1! AMMBat Ms i Jlt.mm.gm
-Mr. heiiarickB tlnd.) called attention to tho lact OuS
the Marvland Henaton were abneet and asked that tha
bill be do t coned nntil tney were prenent.
Mr. Wade aid the. bill had already been postponed
repeatedly, and ought now to be pressed, ihabiilwaa
read three times, aud paused.
Mr. Fessanden (Me.) called the following, which was
paisfd. and having already passed the House, goes to
A Joint r.Koiutlon to amend the existing laws relatme
to internal revenue. "
ftuvwed By the Senate and Bouse of Representa
tives of the Tnlted Htaten of America In (L'ongresM
axuembled. That alcohol made or manuiactured o i 'die
tilled spirits, upon which taxes imposed bv law shall
have been paid, ana burning fluid made or manuiac
tured from alcohol, or uplriis of turpentine, or cam
puene. upon which the taxes imposed by law shall liav
been pain, be and hereby are ex'-mot rrom tax, and so
much ol section M ot the act ol June 30. IStii, as re'aies
to alcohol and burning Maid Is hereby repealed and a 1
products or dlsiillutloii, by whatever name known
which contain distilled spirits, or alcohol, on which
the tax Imposed by law has not been paid, shall be con
sidered and taxed as distilled spirits "
Section. And be it tunher reeoiven that paratrranh
19, of section 71), of the act of June 3(1, 1864. as amended
by the act ol July 18, 1866, entitled "An act to reduce
Internal taxation and to amend an act, entit'ed 'An act
to provide lntrrnal revenue to support the Government
to pay the interest on the public debt, nd for otiief
purpose,' approved June 30. 1864," and act nmcnufl
tury thereoi, bo and the same is hereby amended rVv
striving out the words, -and distillers of borniuct'ui'd
and camphene." 6 "u,u
House of Representatives.
On motion oi Mr Darlirg (X. T.) the Secretary oi the
Treasury was reqnested to suspend the sale oi cent h
cated whisky, unless the price ollered be equal to the
tax tnereoa. 1
VnpivtlCD of Mr Brandai.ee (Conn ), the Committee
tin Appropriations recommended by the Kngloeer's De
partment oi the United States, ithe dredging and
maintaining the channel ol the river lhames, near .s'or
Mi.Ancona Ta ), irora ine committee on Military
i flairs, leported the bill to aim ed the additional Bounty
ci ol July 'it! last, ordered to be printed aud recoiu
Billtcd. On motion of Ml. Wilson ilOwa the Post Office fnm.
mlttee was It sxructed to Inquire into the expediency of
establishing, under the charge and direction of the Tost
Office Department a Package Posit on theseveial rail
way and steamboat routes In the United States, tor the
conveyance ot parcels uiony, lerctiandise etc., at
such rates of compensation and at such rego allocs as
may be established by law.
Air. Drlggs (Mich... on leave. Introduced bill tr int
lng lands to Wuconsln aud Michigan to aid in the con
struction of the Wisconsin and l ake Superior Railroad,
fieterred to the fomm't'ee on I'ubiic Lands.
Mr. Ingersoll (1)1 I. on leave introduced a joint reso
lution to provide for the erection ef a bul dmg at
l'eoria, ill., lortae accommodation of Post Office and
Internal Hevenue Ollices. Helerred to the Post n
Committee. BTCW- - tf?MH' BIB -i BOB
The House proceeded, as the regular oruer of bu-mu,
m the morning oour. to the call f Oommitees lor re
perts ot a private character, beginning with the Com
mittee on Foreign Aftalrs.
Mr. Callum (111.) tim the C ommittee on Foreign
Affairs, reported back the Senate bill for ihe relief of
teorge W. Fish, Consul at Mlngpo. Passed
Mr. .Raymond (N. Yti. from the aant committee, re
ported the joint resolution to pay Townsend llams, ot
New TTork, lormerlv consular General at Japan,
464St3 lor diplomatic services etc., between October,
1SS6, and Janusry, IS6S. Passed
Mr. Dawson (Fa.), from the same Committee, reported
the Joint resolution for the allowance to James Keenan,
late United Mate Consul at Uoug Jtoag Jxcbange,
Uptlll UIB PqiftnilO. A BBntlli
Mr. Patterson (N. 11.). from the same Committee,
reported a bill for the payment to Henry P. Blaocbara
or S23M24 for services aa marshal at Canton, China.
BU's were reported from the Committee oa Invalid
Pensions es fol'ews
'I be House bill for the relb'f of Solomon P. Smith, of
the 11Mb He York Volunteers, rassed.
1 he Senate bill for the relief of Keuben dough. Laid
on the table.
The Senate bill for the relief of the minor children ol'
Jacob M. Hensbaw. deceased. Passed
The Senate bill lor tne relief of Barbara Fry. Passed.
1 be House bill granting a pension to Jane Clemens, of
the District ot Columbia. Passed.
The Hou'e Din grsntmg increased pension'to Hiram
Hednek. of Peoiia, Illinois. Passed.
The Senate bin tor tne rener ot tne widow or Jacob
Harmon was nassed t also the Senate ei'l for the relief of
John Moreau, oi Mchla vnB.
From l urope fcy Steamer
Mew Tokk. Janaary 28. The new steamer Union, on
he- first voyage, arrived here to-dav. with Loudon
dates of January 16. Ihe Dub In detectives had nude
urtlier aireats or remans, one ot tne arrests neiug
that of W. J Smytb, said to have been a colonel lu the
Ihe Uf mortal uptomartqur says tne impress car-
lotta'a health is much improved, there not being the
slightest mental aerangemeut apparent.
The Bpanlsh one anu inree
vary nmavorably received in
hree-nimrter million loan wag
Paris, and wan tiuoied at
Hy Atlantic Cable.
Athens. Janaary H Great Interest Is felt In this
city, and laraug uout ureee generally, oa tne mi Died
of t'.eaeral Kau r Jee's iiils.lon to ashlnntoa. HeUls
coafluently expected from tbe great reoubllo
M AKCIfca&TER, January r.vtsu'ug. 1 iiu nuuri lima
movement among the niaiinf'cturara ts extending.
From l orttess Monroe, f
Fomtbehb Monroe, January 23 The ship
Nancy M , which arrived last iiisiit in mxty-tive
days HOUl tarain mr;Dmuiuw"j, ,u vwuiimj
with the ship Ellen Mo wart lor naiuinore; me
Mozart, (or .New Orleaus: . L,. i niey, ioi itio
Janeiro; TBonias Dunham, lorNrw lork; aud the
Russian barque uei. ior uaniuiuro, iu wnu
railroad iron. A larKe number oi American ships
wrre expected at Carina", trom Liverpool aud Lon-
dtji, to load witn iron.
Latest Markets bv Telegraph.
Rrw York. January 26. Cotton quiet at 83Kt3c.
Flour du l aud declining ; sale uf bow: oiate,
W-iXul2 25; Ohio, feU85'..U; Western, 3 60(g
lo-26. Wheat T6:vdull and deoimn.Corn weaker.
Aye Heavy, ttar'ev oun. tam muuuuiuk.
ami. Dressed Hoai ui nier at 818 (o. lar Western ;
andfjjfor city. I'ork dull aud nominal: new
Mi as, Stt-26. I.rd dull and heavy, at 12 ai3io.
New ork, January M.-The Stock Market
la steady. U. H 6-20.. ooudous, 18t3, 107ii do. lSbl.
1C6JSH06J ; do. 18(16, lObliisimh do new H
SilWJ: 10-40. reifuitered, WhtaWl ; do. coupons, w)
! 7 80., all Issues, 104(S;104'l ; i Virnula 0, Wafit
MIxKoun Us, 90-al; Ohio and .lssiaiipl Central,
r243il26) Canton, 44Cn45; Cumberland preierred,
3640 ; Quicksilver, D8j 5 Marpoa,10,J i do. preierred,
18i; Webtern Union leiecraph Couipanr, 44i New
York Central, 101 : Erie. 681 ; do. preierred, 6.a70;
Hudson Kiver, 121 ; Iteadin. loll i Michigan ten
tral, 104; Michiaan bouthern, 711; llhuois Cen.
tral, 112J I Cleveland and l'lttsbura-, 82 ; Cleveland
and loedo, U8; Rtick Island and Chicago, Wfj
Korthwestern 86; do. preferred, 63 i Iltteburf and
Fort Wavne. 961; raoiflo Mail Steamship Company,
168 lAUanUo Mall Steamship Comuany. 98); Money,
7 per rent, i tioM 134 J; Exchange, 00 days, KM;
Tks Political KxcltemeaU tn Baltimore
laereaalnar The Cematrvatlve NoanU
srieiAt pispATcn TO n rvgwinn tel(orafb.7
Bjlttmor, January 26 Daniel lianas, a china
merchant, bas boon nominated by the Covserva
tives for Mayor. This nomination Is considered un
popular, and if Is believed that an Inrlet enrient can
didate will be brought oat. Ihe excitement is la
creasing. The Doston Antl-KIavery Society.
Bostov, .Tannery ifl. At the evening session ot the
Anti-Slavery Society last Bight. Mr PUIUios presented
the following lesolatlous, which were uoanlmousiy
Uioivtd. That the sarty and honor of the nation
demand three things the removal or the President,
the setting aside ot the present so called state Govern
ments In the South, and the remodelling of the Su
prtmeloartt and without this we see Utile or no hope
of the eentlnned successor thet'nion party
ftfoltrd, That no fiebel territory should be reog
ired as States until the Fadesal Constitution Useif
guarantees to every loyal citizen within the I'nlon the
ballot an . education and to tha negro land besides.
Mtvi'ii,1 hat the vindication and protection of the
nevro, ed the restoration of his rights, demand the
same measures, and are Inseparably bound up with
their successi that In the name of national safety,
honor, justice and the nergoei' right, we deaaand of
Congress that.it go forward until the national structure
rests on lattice and libeitv for its corner-stone.
Man Shot in Twenty-seventh Watid
llORSE KlLLID AWD SLKIOH 6t ASHED. IhlS
morning a yonnir man named Peter McLaughlin
was arrested by tne Sixteenth District 1'oiiee, on
tne cnarge ei uavmg been one of the parties en
gated tn an attacic en a sleighing party. He was
taken to the Mayor's office, and alter an examina
tion by Mayor McMicliael, was locked op tor a
On Thursday evening, Messrs. A. N. Morton and
n. M. lav went oat ele gtnng. They drove oovo
the fiarby road, and stopped at itiley's tavern.
Vpon leaving the tavern they were met by three
rtiugh-looking fellows, who commenced abusing
them. The men were told to go away. One drew a
pistol and fired. Tbe ball passed through tbe hand
ot Mi. Day, and strnck tbe borse. Ihe animal be
came frightened, and ran off.
Tbe sleigh was npset, and Meter. Day and Mor
ton were thrown onf. The horse, which was valued
at $800, was rendered worthless. The sleigh was
broken to nieces. While Messrs. Dav and Morton
were scrambling op out of tne snow, the three ap
proached, and were abont to commit another
assaait but were driven away by the neifbborit.
Mr. Day's wound is serious. Erysipelas set id, and
he is now considered m a critical condition.
Fhilada. Stock Exchange Sales, Jan. 28
Reported by De Haven & Bro No. 40 fc. Third street
Pn0Cilv6s.now...lO0ii 100 sh Big Mt 4
800 Mi St Nch Coal . . . 1 66
400 sn Keactina. . . blO CI t
f SlKi ft-20 Ho Jy....l04j
do.. blO Ell-lfl
S3000 I'h ft 6s.... 91J
60 sh .orrlstown. . . G2J
20 sh do 62i
10 sh I'cnna It.. .. tti I
20 sh Minehill o6j
P sh do 6ti'
oo 01 816
do. ...sMnt Ml
do ") CI
do... (80 611 1C
THE LARGEST VAC? SET Y
JCKN C. ARRISON'S.
os 1 ana 3 North SIXTH Street1,
Aio lLvitts titttntion io bis
IMPROVED PATTERN MURI',
Winch Lbs riven such ccntr&i sat)tacticn (or neat
ncsc ol lit on the breast, comlort in the necs, auj
case on the obonJder, Made oi the best materials,
by band. 1 22
A I Z Mil I 'IT ODAnA.VTEVD.
NOTICE OF REMOVAL.
BABE INDUCEMENTS TO PATBOSS.
TEEMS EEDUCED ONE HUNDEED SCHOLAR.
SHIFS TO BE ISSUED AT $30.
NEW A2s'D ELEGANT ROOMS
ARE SHOKTLY TO BE OPENED AT
FIFTH AND CIIESNUT STREETS.
On account of the Increased accommodations, and
cost oi UtilDu np the new rooms,
ONE HILNDBED BTCDENT9
Will be received for a six months' course at the low
rat ot 30 each, for which a full coarse scholarship
will be Issued. Immediate application is necessary t )
secure me advantages or this liberal ofler, as the uum
ber will be strictly limited to one hundred.
THE COTJIME OF INBTKU0TI03
Is of the most practical and valuable character, nndl n
all respects unsurpassed advantages are offered to tliose
who wisn to prepare tor an active uanincsH lite.
VOOK-FKKPINti, PENMANHH1P, COMMERCIAL
AK1TUMKT1C. Ttl.l:.tiKA rlilftli. Itlt. Mliiiie.n
MAI HEM ATICS. ETC.
FttlCourse, six months t Jft
Pemn unship and Arithmetic, turee montns i'l
I'tniuansliip twenty lessons a
FAIKHaNKH' HOOK-K EGJf IXG,
The only work now bflfnra thenublle enmnosed of sets
obtained iroui actual business, alone in.ures in tbe Ie
j oi linent of Accounts, unequalled facilities.
For circulars and further iniormatlon atmlv at the
office, N. E. oorner TENTH and CHEHliTT streets.
Ij KA1KBAMS.B, a. m., rnncipn'.
T. F. Merchant Secretary 1 "
HAMILTON INSTITUTE FOR YOUNG
LADIES, Xo. 3M10 CIIESNUT Street, Wert Phi
TmiAV A. CKEtJAU. A. M , I'KISCIPAL.
The Pnnng beuiou Tvill oiumcnce ou MONDAY,
TEItUS. CI Utf
Pay scholars, per senslon SM100
liourdlng suholars, per aesslun 2ui-i0
MILLINERY, TRIMMINGS, ETC.
VelveU, Bilks Blhbons, Crapes, Flowers,
Feaihere, etc., will re oflered ler two weeks
at a tiKEAT S AI HfuiK, in order to mike
room tor t tensive alterations at the
Fashionable Millinery Establishment '
11 6tuths3m So. C04 WALHUT Street
SPLENDID OPENING OP FALL AND
W1NTEB STYLE8. MH8. M. A. BINDEK,
hx HIS1 CilKHM'T Street. Philadelphia,
1MFOHTEK Of LADIKH' DKKHS AMU
ClOAK THIMM1NOS. Also, an elegant stock ot
Imported Paper Patterns for Ladies' and Children
lirru. 1'ariKian Dresa and cloak Making In all Ita
varieties. Laxltea lurnlahloi their licb and costly
vaterlalt mar rely on being artistically ntted. and
their work nulshea in the moat prompt and (in
dent manoer.at the lowtat poaalble price at rwrnty
fonrhoun' notlae. Cutting and baoting. Pattern, in
eta. or by the single piece, tg mtrcnanty and area.
maktrs, ncw ttttCy, S Ml wa
100 Dozen Fine Doylies, 91 Zi to tl 374.
100 Dozen Fine Napkins, 12 65 per dozen.
100 Dozen Extra Good Napkins, S3 50 per dozen.
200 Dozen Fringed Towels, f 2 75 per dozen.
100 Dozen Border sd Towels, $3 00 per dozen,
100 Dozen Fine Damask Towels, $4 50 to (8 50
Turkish Eatb Towels,
Tlno Damask Towels.
Bed Bordered Boyliea.
Bed Bordered Napkins
BAHNSLET PILLOW LINENS,
RED BOHDERED 1IVCK.
50 PIECESFINE AND MEDIUM QVALITY
lOO PIECES EXTRA. .HKAVV DIAPER.
EXTRA WIDE BIKD-E1C IIAPEU.
FINK DIRD-B YE LINEN. CHEAP.
BUTCHER'S LINEN, EXTRA WIDTH.
LINEN TABLE CLOTHS, BARGAINS.
UNBLEACHED LINEN CLOTHS, Kit OH
Table Linen fcy the Yrd.
10 Pieces 8-4 Heavy T&b'.e Bam'u, S:U
10 Pieces 8-4 Pine Ta'cie Linens, $1 C5.
8 Pieces 8-4 Bichardson Table Linen, ?! 50.
5 Pieces 8-4 Very Fine and Heavy Table Uien
5 PieceE8-4 Earney Table Linens, 32 tsd J.f: 50.
Power-Loom Table Linens.
IIALF BLEACHED DAM ASK HSIEXS,
RED BOllUEHED TABLU CLOTHS,
VNBL.EACIIKD TABLE LINENS, C2.'iC.
HICHAIID60N eiUKTIMO LIKKN,
Of our own Importation.
Institutions &nd Hotels supplied at reduced rates.
1 1 STRAWMIDGE & CO.
MOM TH W E.S2 COMER,
EI6HTH AND MARKET STS,
900 FAR1ES & WARNER, 09q
No. 229 North NINTH Street,
DOilESTICS AX EEDUCED TRICES!
Bleached Mu-lins. 16, 17, 21, 21, 26, 28c., etc.
Unbleached Muslins, 16, 18, W, 22, 26c., etc.
AU widths Bleached and Brown Muslins.
V althatn fillou-rase Muslin. 26ceur.
lillow-cafe Muslins, 26, 31, 86, and 37jc.
10-4 Utica Bleached Sheennit, !6o.
Heavy and wide unbleached sheeting, 83c.
CAKIOS FLAKELS! CANTON FLANNELS!
At Greatly Reduced Prices !
Unbleached at 20, 22, 23, 25. 28. and 31c.
Large assortment selected siyles best Calicoes.
Lancaster OiLjihauis. 26 cenu.
Black Alpacas, 40, 46, 60, 66, 62C. to SI.
One bale wide Domct Flannel, 31 cents,
hornet Flannels, 31, 87J, and 40 cents.
One bale all-wool Jllanuel, 33 cents
All-wool Flannels, 83, 87i, 40, 46, 60c., etc
Ballardvale Flannels, all widths.
Double width all-wool Shirting Flannels.
Bargains in Table Linens, SOo. to tl.
Napkins, Towels. Doylies, Apron Bird-eye, cte.
Nursery Diaper, 2, 2 2ft, S2 60 to 3 60. X
ladies' and Misse' Hosiery, large assortment. .
fclilrting ijnens. Linen Shirt Fronts, Culls, etc.
Kusnia Crasfc, 12, 14, 10, 18, !c., etc.
PARIES & WARNER,
9 2051 No. North NINTII Street, aboye Eaco.
TJHLEU & HOPKINS,
F0EMERXY No. 8 K. BEC0ND Street,
' HAVE EEMOVED TO
THEIR NEW STOKE,
No. 18 South SECOND Street,
Where they will eonttaa the
,CL0TH AND CA88IKSEE BU8INES8,
4.9 HERETOFORE. CI 13 (Hjwlm
EVEEY ONE INSURING NOW
WILL PARTICIPATE IN
DECLARED IN FEBRUARY BY
LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY.
This Dividend may be used as CASH IN PAYMENT OF THE NEXT
ANE ITAL TREMIUM, arid on every succeeding Premium there will be a
CASH DIVIDEND, reducing the payments each year until they cease,
vhen NO MORE PAYMENTS WILL BE REQUIRED, BUP Til E
ANNUAL DIVIDENDS CONTINUE DURING LIFE, MAKING
THE TOLICY A SOURCE OF INCOME. The rates for this kind of
Policy (Life) ARE AS LOW AS
NIES, thereby giving the Assured the
ance can be procured, with all the advantages of a ''PAID-UP" or NON
FORFEITURE POLICY, for which some other Companies charge double
It ehould be observed that most other Companies withhold the payment
of their Dividends UNTIL lOUtt UK 1V. ULL ANNUAL PRE
MIUMS ARE PAID, although professing to DECLARE DIVIDENDS
To persons proposing to ASSURE
gation before taking out Policies elsewhere, as the great advantages offeretl
the INSURED BY THIS SOCIETY are believed to be unequalled.
CASH ASSETS OVER $3,000,000.
ANNUAL CASH INCOME OVER $2,000,000.
Purely Mutual, the Entire Profiis
Exclusively, bj the
ANNUAL CASH DIVIDENDS.
Amount of New Bulnmfor
Four other Companies were
EQUITABLE, and their combined business for the year is $25,950,706,
or $396,294 less than that of this Society, while their total disbursements,
including losses by death and expenses, are about thirty-five per cent, of
their total income, whilst the EQUITABLE was less than twenty-six per
At the date of the organization of this Company in 1859, there were
eighteen American Life Insurance Companies in the field, some of them
having commenced business nearly twenty years earlier, and none of them
kaving been organized later than 1853; and although this is but the seventh
year of the Society, it is already doing a larger business than fourteen
of the eighteen Companies above alluded to, while itai percentage of dis-
bursements to cash income is less than that of any of the other four.
I Qur Dext dividend will be declared
after, and may be used in any of tho following ways: As cash in payment
0f remjum for the permanent increase of the sum assured for the in-
ercase of the sum assured for one year or a term of years for the perma
nent reduction of the premium for the reduction of the number of years
in which premiums are to be paid.
THE EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY is an Institution which is eml
uently entitled to the public confidence and consideration. It possesses features peculter
to itself, which belong to no other association in this country engaged in the business of
Life Insurance, and which are so favorable to
opinion ol the unders igned, to commend the
and consideration of the public:
A. 4k A. LAWREStX,
II. B. CIAFIiIIV At, CO.,
S. B. CIIITTHNDKN &, CO.,
CHARLES J. HARTIH,
1.ATHHOP, iaJDISGTOS &. CO.,
1IKKHV J. KAKMOND,
GJLOKOK T. IipPK,
D. ii, C. KELLY,
OKOHGK II. STl'AKT,
WASHINGTON BUTCHER - SON,
THOMAS A. MIDDLE &. CO.,
LEW 1 8 BROTHERS 4u CO.,
HOOD, BONBRIGHT . CO.,
BLANKS, CIKGULAES, AND FULL
BETTS & REGISTER, GENERAL AGEHTS,
No. 432 Cm SIS UT STREET, PHILADELPHIA.
LARGE DIVIDEND TO BE
OTHER FIRST-CLASS COMPA
LOWEST RATE at which insur
THEIR LIVES, we invite investi
Being Divided Amen? the Assures!
Terms of the Charter.
tho Year Eliding ltiGf-, over
about the same time with the
February 1, 1867, and annually there-
the assured that they cannot fail, in tbe
Society in a peculiar manner to the attention
SIDMKV E. 3IORSE, JR.,
1IOPPOCK, GVEXJt &, CO.,
JOHN A. STEWART,
LOW, HAIIRI.MAN, DURFKK fc CO.,
JOHN SLA DIC &. CO.,
HENRY WARD BEKCHER,
II. C. FAIISKSTOCK,
EDWIN HALL t CO.,
WINTHROP, CUNNINGHAM j UONt
WOOD &. CAltY,
WILLIAM W. HARDING,