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'TEH DAHA EVENING TELEGRAPH PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1867.
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Chinas KimI1I.
TTi TWice Lrtter, an American pnper, which
la lunt been started ittPhanghHe, thus describes
remarkable HtrTnrt examination which la held
In the Celestial Empire:
The examination of candidates for Kyn-bnn,
or the decree ot A. M.. In the province o Klans;
mi, wh held at Mankln, at the Koon Yuen.
In the Chinese 8th moor, from the 8th to the
16th day. The number In attendance was
aljteen thousand, and the Manainatlotis were
conducted with closed doors r 1,prry!V:
iellor named Lieu, awistcd by a chnl'?1?
Same d Won, both of whom were Bent down
from Pckin. Tbe names and number of the
anccfMful candidates have not transpired at
thU date. The number, however. It I said, will
t exceed 100. Tbe moat remarkable clrcum
t tanccs connected with the examination are the
There waa an old man ajred 103 years, accom-
anWbybisson.njred 80. hi grandson of 60,
andthe (treat grandson of 20 years-the two
former of whom, according to Chinese prece
dent will attain at least to an honorary decree.
The second most remarkable fact was the larsje
umber of deaths that occurred In the stalls,
amounting to'seventy. As the doors were closed
and seated, their bodies were passed over the
wall, and coflins and other expenses of burial
nrov'ided by the mandarins. It is worthy of
Bote, a showing the atatvt of the Government
Anglo-Chinese school at Bhanshae, nnder the
cbaree of the Rev. Younsr J. Allen, of the Ame
rican MethodljtMlsBloD, that six out of the ten
in the first claps of that school also went up as
candidates for the degree of A. M.
Horrible Sport. '
M. Jules Richard, writing to the Paris Figaro,
ascribes the death of Mr. Julian Watts-Russell,
of Ham Hall, (Staffordshire, who fell as a volun
teer in the Pope's army at the battle of Montana,
to another Englishman, who was fighting on
the Garibaldlan side. The writer says:
"Amonpst the originalities of this laJ cam
paign, 1 have learned one which deserves to be
embalmed in hiBtory. An Englishman follows
the Garibaldlan forces. He ta armed with a riflo
of excessively long range, and made expressly
for long shots; lo this weapon is fitted a
small telescope, and a reflecting mirror
permits our Englishman to sweep the country
to a distance of one thousand eight hundred
yards.' Comfortably installed on a height, out
of retch of the enemy's shot, he picks off his
men in an artistic manner, just as a sportsman
shoots down larks. This sanguinary eccentric
keeps a sporting book, in which be Jots down
the exact circumstances ot every homicide he
commits. He has no political opinions; he is
a simple slayer of men; but, as no regular
army would permit Buch 'sporting,' he attches
imfelf to tbe Irregular Garibaldlan bands,
rom tbe position he occupied at Montana,
kere is every reason to believe that it was he
that killed young Julian (Watts) Russell, ot
whom I spoke in my last letter."'
i i
WraTOir. Dan Rice is out in a card, in a
Cleveland paper, in which he says: "As an
evidence that I deem him (Weston) both
honest and able to do even better than the
conditions of his match required, I will wager
$60,000, f 10,000 to go to Weston if he wins,
and the balance to be donated by the .winner
to any public charity, that ha can walk one
hundred miles in twenty-three oonseoutive
eura." "
T FINANCIAL.
TJNION PACIFIC RAILROAD,
CENTRAL PACIFIC RAILROAP,
G-SO COUPONS,,
DUE iat J AN CAR Y, BOUGHT BY
DE HAVEN & BROTHER,
MIrp
NO. 40 S, THIRD STREET.
"JNION PACIFIC RAILROAD CO.
NOTICE.
, THE COUPONS OF THE FIBSr MORTGAGE
BONDS THK
Union Pacific Railroad Co.,
due january 1,1868,
VZUj be paid on and after that date,
iii mold coin, (
free of government tax,
At the Company's Office.No. 20 NASSAU Street, New
York. ,
U 10 IW - JOII M J. CISCO, TREASURER.
QAFE DEPOSIT COMPANY.
Tk Fidelity Imawramc, Trust and Safe
J), posit Company, tor the Safe
Heaping f Bonds, Stocks, and -Otber
Valuables.
CAtPXVA T,n... ...i..... .1. 1 .in i. ....in ........ i500,OQO
ikiiotom.
w. n. mnwNR.
CILAHUUCK H. CLARK,
JOHN WIL8M,
ALEXANDER HEN BY.
(. A. CALDWELL.
1, UlLAJ-fXIStt AJM rtLLiU.
HENRY O. QIBiJON, .
OHARIJUi MAOALtiUTEB.
Office In tbe Fireproof BuildluK of tbe PblladelDhla
Hittlonal Bank, CHEBNUT btreet, above iyimrlh.
J D la company recflivw un uwpiwii., inu uu&HAfl
TEEH THE HAFJfi KEEPING OF VALUABLES
bwob tbe following rates a year, via.:
Ceupon Bonda... ..... ..-..81 per 11000
J&egistered Bonds and becurUles.&0 eenta per liuoo
bold Coin or Bullion.... .... ..........Srus per siuuo
Hllver Cola or Bullion ... ,i, .. .83 per iooo
(Kild or Hllver Plt.......... .11 per SluO
Caab Boih or small tin boxes ot Bankers, Brokers,
Capitalists, etc.. oont-erit unknown to the Company,
and liability limited, J a year.
Tba Company offers for KENT (renter ernlmlvely
holding the key) BAFKS INBLDB I'm VA LILTS at
Season W W' ,ear" x)oralu 10 a(X
Coupons and Interest Collected for one per cent.
Interest allowed on Money Deposits.
Tbla Company Is authorised to reoelT and execute
TriMti of every description.
12 Slmwfrp N. B. BROWNE. President,
BwtiT PATTcnaoir, Secretary and Treasurer.
NEW PUBLICATIONS.
jflT "THE CHEAP BOOKSTORE"
THACKERAY'S WORKS.
FBHDENIIU JELLING AT BO CENTS.
WEWCOMK IIU1KQ ATS CENTS.
Bvery thing In oar tine either at Whole"
alo O Less than Cost.
Call and look over onr conuters. store kept open
antll 10 o'clock each evening.
JAMES S. CLAXTON,
U7
NO. iai4 CHESNUT STREET.
pRAYER DOOKS
AT REDUCED PRICES,
FOB BALE SY
Jim. J. HAMILTON THOMAS,
n X It? . HO. il4 CVXAOTX CTJBXX7.
FIFTH EDITION
LATEST WA8IIIHGT0N NEWS.
Indian Pcaco , Commission.
Interview Between Baton Ccrolt
ana Secretary McCallocli,
Xlto Whisky Intorcst.
Etc., Kta., Kt EtM Slta Kte.
SrFClAL DE8PATCBS8 TO IVSMIH0 TBlBOBaPR.
Wabhinoton, Dec. 11.
Visitors to the White House.
Bepresentative Bamuel J. Randall, Btate
8cnator William McCandlcss, and several other
Democratic politicians of Philadelphia, were at
tbe White House this A. M., filing up the dit(
posal of patronap;e.
The Whisky latsrest.
The whisk v men here seem divided as to what
measures to recommend to Congress, and it
looks as if the whole movement on their part
would end in a fizzle. Borne of the most im
portant dealers will go home this afternoon, and
among tbem several from Philadelphia.
The Indian Peace Commission.
' The Indian Commissioners held a meeting
this morning, and selected General Sherman to
prepare their report to Congress. General
Harney was present as one of tha members.
There is a large delegation of Friends here,
representing the different yearly meetings, who
have been urging upon the Commission the pro
priety of recommending to Congress the adop
tion of a more conciliatory and kinder policy
towards the Indians.
Prussia and the United States.
Baron Gcrolt, tbe Prussian Minister, had a
long confidential interview this morning- with
Secretary McCulloch, and the curious are much
exercised to know what the conference was
about.
Greeley and Chass.
Horace Greeley arrived this morning, to con
sult with Chase on the political situation.
Air. Vhaaksr'a Place.
In case Commissioner Theaker can be induced
to resipn, the President will probably appoint
Alfred B. Ely, the well-known patent lawyer
of Boston, who served on the staff of General
Bonham during the war, to tbe position of
Commissioner.
FROM EUROPE THIS P.M.
Jy Atlantic Cable.
The Fenian Demonstration Forbidden.
Livbpool,- Dec. 11. The demonstration
proposed by the Fenians to take place in this
city on Sunday next, has been peremptorily for
bidden by the authorities who are fearful of the
cou6equences of so violent an expression ot ill
feeling towards the Government.
The Chinese Rebellion.
London, Dec. 11. Late Shanghae despatches
mention a new and more serious outbreak in
the provincejof Old Chihli, near Pekin. At the
last accounts the rebels were marching on the
capital.
Tbe National Union Republican Com
mittee. Wasbington, Dec. 11. The National Union
Bepublican Committee met to-day at Willard's
Hotel. Twenty-two memhers were present.
The 2d day of May next was fixed as the time
ior holding the National Convention. At this
hour the Committee is engaged in discussing a
proper place for the meeting.
LA.TEB.
The Committee have decided upon Chicago
for the meeting ot the next Convention.
From the West Indies.
WipniifOTON, Dec. 11. A telegraphic desDatch
from Thomas Savage, Acting Consul-General
at Havana, dated Dec. 10, says he learns from the
Consul at Jamaica that tbe earthquakes at St.
Thomas, Tortola, and St. Croix bei;an on the
18th and continaed until tbe 20th of November.
The destruction of life and property was very
preat. The United States steamer De Soto was
washed into the harbor bottom upwards. Her
crew were saved. The United States steamer
Monongahela was thrown into the middle of
the town of St. Croix. Admiral Palmer had ar
rived at Havana.
CLOTHING.
- 'j
CHEAP, CHEAPER, CHEAPEST
CLOTHING IN THE CITY.
ROCKHILL & WILSON,
Nos.603and 605CHESNUT St.
Every Garment in our exten
sive Assortment LOWERED
in Price to suit the times. Ve
are determined to close out
our Stock of Overcoats and
Heavy Suits before the Holi
days. Very Cheap. Prices
sF ar -
greatly reduced on Ordered
Work.
Parents, brlnq along your
Boys. We have all kinds of
Coys' Clothing, which wo will
sell very low.
The Best Ready-madeCloth-
ngln Philadelphia at tho low
ost figures. .
Perfect satisfaction guaran
teed to every purchaser. ' 80,113
HOLIDAY GOODS.
1807. "CUKISTMAS." 1867.
The increased demand made upon
tit last C7tri8tmas for Fine Holiday
Goods, has led us to give a special at
tention to their production this season,
and we now have the pleasure of offer
ing the finest stock we have ever had.
With a view to enable purchasers to
supply themselves at all times daring
the ensuing season, we have instructed
our Paris House to send us, as they
may he finished from time to time, the
most elegant selections from the various
European Manufactories, and we will
therefore he able to present a constant
succession of novelties during the en
tire month of December.
BAILEY & CO.,
No. 810 CII1ESNUT SXXtlClCX,
lfl2wfm ITTltADTCLPHIA
pa & C. A. WRIGHT,
No. 624, OHESNUT Btreet,
HATE 9VNT BECEIVKI) A UBOE AS-
SOBTHENT OC NKW AND ELEtiANT
FANCY ARTICLES,
Selected in Europe this season for their
NOVELTY AND BEAUTY,
HMFECIAI.Ir FOB
CHRISTMAS PRESENTS.
Also, a large and beautllul assortment ot genuine
MEERSCHAUM PIPES,
Whlcn Ibey offer for sale U 27 wfml2t
AT VERY REDUCED PRICE.
U M B R E L L A SI
FOR
HOLIDAY PRESENTS.
A Fall aortment Nw Rtady
WILLIAM A. DROWN & CO.,
miGtrp NO'. 846 MARKET STREET. .
QHRI5T1V.AS PRESENTS.
A very large and floe assortment of WRITIN9
DESKS, from $1-76 totw).
Portfolios, Leaibet Desks Parses, Pocket Books,
Ladles' Companions, Cigar Cases, Qold Pens and
Pencils, Cbess. Crlbbage, and Backgammon Boards,
and a great variety ct
MEW GAMES, ETC.
1864.
DIARIES.
188S.
R HOSMINS A CO)
Btalloners and Engraven),
No. 818 AUUli Street,
129 tl1. 25
SEWING. MACHINES.
THE GREAT AMERICAN
COMBINATION BUTTON
HOLE, OVERSEAMING, AND
SEWING MACHINE
Is warranted to execute in the best manner
every variety of Sewing, Hemming, Felling,
Cording, Tucking, Braiding, Gathering, Quilt
ing, Overseaming, Embroidering on the edge, '
and in addition makes beautiful Button and
Eylet Holes in all fabrics.
It has no Equal, being Abso
lutely the bestFamily Machine
In the world, and intrinsically
the cheapest. "
Circulars with full particulars and samples
of work done on this Machine, can be had by
application at the
Salesroomsof the Company,
S. W. Corner of ELEVENTH
and CI1ESNUT Streets.
Instruction given on the Machine gratui
tously to all purchasers. u tfrp
PRINCIPAL AGENCY
FOR THE BALE OF UNITED STATES
REVENUE STAMPS,
All kinds of Revenue Stamps kept constantly on
band, and for sale In all amount. Stamps forwarded
to all parts ot tbe United States by Mall or Express,
with tbe greatet despatch. Tbe following dlsoaunt
allowed;
On 120 . WO PER CENT
20 to 1100... ..FOUB PER CENT.
Ill and upwarda...I-OUIl AND A HALF PER CT.
Tbe United States Bevenne Stamp printed on
Cbecks, Drafts, Becelpts, Bill Heads, etc
Orders solicited from Printers, Engravers, Sta
tioners, Banks. Bankers, and others.
Tbe following discount allowed on tbe Stamped
Paper:
Under ioa........TWO AND A HALF PER CENT.
100 to l0 THREE PER CENT
300 and over..M..................FOUB PER CENT.
.JACOB E. IlIDQWAY,
67 SOUTH THIRD STREET,
PTTTT,A PgJ.PHI Af'
DRY GOODS.
QPCCIAL REDUCTION
TO T0
CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS.
J. H. HAFLEIGH,
Nos, 1012 and 1014 CHESNUT St.,
WILL COMMENCE HOKDAT, DEC. t,
TO SELL THE BALANCE OF HIS STOCK
or
DRESS GOODS
At Still Farther Ilsdaetleaa In Prlcss.
CHEAP DEPARTMENT NOW OPEXj
EweLisn IIOSTERT.
MERINO SHIRTS AND DRAWEBS.
IKATINO WAITERS,
IUATINU JACKETS,
AND FANCY HOSIERY.
HOLIDAY PRESENTS IN LACES AND
EMBROIDERIES,
Put op In beautfful Oriental Boxes, Imported ez
preaal; for same
CAMEL'S HAIR SnAWLS AND N CARES
AT DTJCED PKM E. Hm..B
RICH LACE CURTAINS
AT AUCTION PIUOESt
Tbe subscribers have just received, from the lte
AUCTION BALES IN NEW TORS,
TDREE HUKDRED PAIRS
or
FRENCH LACE CURTAINS,
From the lowest to tbe highest qnallty, tome of the
RICHEST MADE.
ALSO,
NOTTINGHAM LACK CURTAINS,
EMBROIDERED MUSLIN CURTAINS,
JAl'QVABD AND ,
MUSLIN DRAPERIES,
YESTIBULE CURTAINS,
IN REAT VARIETY.
SHEPPARD, VAN HARLINGEN & ARRISON,
NO. 1008 CHESNUT STREET.
QHEAP LINEN GOODS.
SHEPPARD, VAN HARLINGEN S ARRISON,
NO. 1008 CHESNUT STREET,
Are now.recetvlng from the recent
AUCTION SALES,
SOME VERY CHEAP LOTS OF
Barnslejr Sheetings, Towal8,IInckabaclcs,
and Other Linen Goods,
To which they Invite the attention of buyers, AS
BKINQ NEARER 1 0 OLD PRICES than anything
tbey have been able to efler.
Blankets at Reduced Prices.
The subscribers are new prepared to offer tbe largest
assortment to be lound In tbe city of
Superior Quality Blankets,
All-wool and Extra Width, for Seat Family Use.
AXSO,
i ' CRIR AND CRADLE BLANKETS,
bd a Full Line ot MEDIUM BLANKETS, fot
Hotels, Pnblla Institutions, etc.
SHEPPARD, VAN HARLINGEN & ARRISON,
IIousa-Furnlablag Dry Goods,
118020t' NO. lOOS CHESNUT ST.
OIRAKD KOW,
E. M. NEEDLES A CO.
Will be prepared to offer for HOLIDAY PRE
SENTS splendid assortments ot
LACES. LACK GOODS,
HANDSERCHIEFB,
VEILS,
EMBROIDERIES, ETU
AT PRICES TO INSURE SALES.
. THEIR STOCK OF
HOUSE-FURNISHING DRY GOODS
Will be offered at tbe Lowest Rates.
Elavcntn and Cheanut Streets,
GIrard Row, Philadelphia.
MfH fTWTHIB
(JI1EAP DRY GOODS, CARPBTS, OIL
CLOTHS AND WINDOW SHADES.
V. E. AROIIAMBAUIVT,
8. K. Cor. Klevemth and llarkat Streets,
Will open this morning, from Auction,
Yard wide Electrotype Brusaela Carpet only tOc
Ingrain Carpets, woVJ (tiling, 40. it and (too.
Ingralu t'aiurta, all wool, 620 , 75, 87, and (1.
Kugllhb Tapestry Urusnela Uarpela. only
J ell Cloth Chip is, yard and a half wide, tl-60,
Wenjp aud Rag Carpet., si, 7. 60. and 62c.
Floor Oil Clolba, all Widths, 46. 60. VI, and 760,
W indow Hli.dea. gllt-oriem, i, ij, and 13.
Velvet Rug Hheep kin and Oooua ilata.
Table and htalr Oil Cloths.
Blair Druggets and Floor Cloths,
' CHEAP BLANKETS AND COVERLETS.
All-wool Blankets, H, ft, 15, is, 17. and fin,
fctilver grey and brown Ulaukets, 12 and 13.
Comfortables. 2: Coverleis. ft and fs.
CttMkluieres and Batluels, 60, 64, 76. and fl.
FlanuelH, all colors, 80, 40 and Sue.
Cblncbllla and Whitney Cloaking, fj to f4-
wni iPKBie ana jii'ikii morn, in, n. enroer Ki.ifi-
VKN1H and MtBKKT BtreeM
U 4niwslot
212 -NOllTU EIQ11TII ST. 212
LE MAISTRE & ROSS
Have Just opened a large and choice lot of GOODS
SDlUble FOR THE HOLIDAYS, such M
HANDKERCHIEFS for Ladles', Gents', and Cbll
dren's ' wear, oompr sing Plain Linen, Hemmed
Hemstitched, Embroidered, Colored Bordered
Tucked, etc., much below regular rates.
REAL LACE HDKFS. from 12 25 up.;
IMITATION " " tiOenUnp.
LiOE no L. LARS from 88 eenta no.
LACE TIDI E8 at a bargain.
' LACK CURTAINS FROM AUCTION, fS'M and
HW per pair. Also, CURTAIN LACE, rery cheap.
MW yards HAMBC&d iDQIJSUtt AND IDrtltKT"
12WB,ef eltgast patteraa, iitu
DRY GOODS. .
Q O M P L I M E ' N T 8
THE SEASON.
HOLIDAY PRESENTS
or
VERY GREAT VALUE
FOB
VERY LITTLE HONEY,
ED WIT J HALL & CO.,
NO. 28 SOUTH SECOND STREET,
Have an extensive assortment of new and ele
gant GOODS, BILKS, 8IIAWLS, VELVETS
CLOA KINGS,' and DRESS GOOD?, which will
be offered at a still further reduction, thus
affording to all an opportunity to purchase
useful and elegant presents for the Holidays, at
neh prices as cannot fall to give satisfaction.
SPECIALTIES
IN
LADIES' FINE CLOAKS.
MOW OPEN
The handsomest stock we
have ever exhibited, compris
ing Garments In the most de
sirable materials, and of the
most fashionble colors, In
great variety, and which we
will sell at
POPULAR PRICES.
J. W. PROCTOR & CO.,
NO. tO CIIESXl'T STBEGT,
SPECIALTIES
IN
RICH BLACK DRESS SILKS.
We bavt Jast received a Case of
FIN E LYONS SILKS,
ParcbaFed nnder advantageous oircumsianoes,
of quail ties varying from
$4 to $5a50,
To which we respectfully ask the attention of
Ladles. Tt.ee e goods will be sold for less than
they wonld cost to import.
J. W. PROCTOR & CO.,
HO. MO CIIESNtT STREET,
DRESS MAKING DEPARTMENT.
All the Favorite Colors in
PLAIN COBDED POPLINS,
BEPS,
EPINGX.INES.
VELOURS BITNSE,
And other Rich Fabrloa fer
WALKING SUITS,
Which we will sell by the yard, or make to
order.
LADIES' DRESSES,
MADS IN TWENTY;. FOUR HOURS.
A large variety ot
LADIES' WALKING SUITS
At all times ready-made to pnt on.
J. W. PROCTOR & CO.,
NO. OSO OHESNUT 8TKBET.
LINEH STORE.
SSB AHOH STREET
HOLIDAY MESEMS.
HANDKERCHIEFS,
I ABIES', CENTM', AND CHILDREN'S.
I MBKOIDERED HIIIKT BOSOMS. .
IINE 7 ABLE CLOTHS AND NAPKINS.
Immense It eduction In Prices.
1867. T. ' 1867.
& LAND ELL,
S. W, CORNER FOt'BTII AND ASCII STM.
LOW PRICES
ton
VDRY GOODS
DURING TUB HOLIDAYS,
SPLENDID CAallJSKBBrBOBES.
ItwlMtt XPSITK SHAWLS.
DRY GOODS.
POPULAR GOODS
r. rot, M ,
LADIES' DUES S ED
, , "r - -
AND SUITS, :
CDVIN HALL & CO.,
No. 2S SOUTH SECOND STREET
Opened This Horn ins; the Lat Case Be
mlalg on haad of '
VOWEL'S LEI TEB C
FKENOH POPLINS,
IN ALL THE NEW POPTJLAB SHADES
- OF COLORS, 12 2mw(lm
AT 87i CENTS PER YARD FORM EE
; PRICE, $1 25.
pRICE & WOOD, ""
N. W.COR.EICiUTn AND FILBERT STS, '
, HAVE JTJST OPENED
BBVKRAL LOTS OF OOOD8 SUITABLE FOB
HOLIDAY PRESENTS,
Handsoire Wrltln Desks, Work Boxes.
Glove ojteg, Pencil Bcxi-h, Toilet Olasses.
Tollel Seta. Ink Siandg, Clijar Temuloii.
Tobnrco Boxes, Uaioa btiuds. "
ljmo y elvet Purses. 28, si 87'i. 40 and BO cent.
Berlin Wire Purses, 60. 65, 75, and 80 cent..
Ssfus'Ind il i'ortIaODnleSi . . .. M. S5, 7 8,
1 .7? V-Mr" chl0', 0' ' t3 u 1,5, ,1W
Embroidered Hanrtker-lileft, u, no, R7y, and ll'SO. '
A lurge lot o Ladies' Uem-stilch Handkorchleft.'
25, 81. 40, 44,50, 60, t'i'i, 69. and 78 COnlS. '
Ladles' Tucked Hem-siUoh Handkerchiefs, 38, U.
40, 4. 60. 68. tti . 69, and 76 cents. ' '
Gents' Colored Border Handkerchiefs, all Linen, U
88, 44. 60. and so cents.
Gents' Hem-stitch Handkerchiefs, U, 60,88, SS, 73,
8". f I, and Si 25.
thildreii s Uem-ititch Handkerchiefs, 14, 18, 18, to, -and
26 cents. ,
Children's Colored Border HandkerchlefB,12 c. e(Or-'
Ladies' Cloth Glovas, 60. 50 i. aud 76 cenlu.
Gents' Cloth Gloyes, as. 60 6ti, 75, 80, and l.
Children's Cloth Gloves. ' t
Gents' Kid Gloves. Lined, best quality.
A large asnortmenl ot Ladles' and Gents' Merino -Shirts
and Drawers, Ladies' and Gents' Hosiery.
Bargains Id All-wool and Domestlo Flannels.
Heavy fthaker Flannels, bleached and unbleached..,
Canton Flannels, M.usI1ds, 'Calicoes, and Ginghams.
PBICB A WOODa
21sniwtJl N. W. Cor. EIGHTH and FILBERT. "
POPULAR PRICES FOR:
f - "
DRY QOOIDS. :
RICKEY, SHAEP & CO.,.
727
OHESNUT STREET.
114U1 ,
Q L O A K I N C 8.
,
WE ABB DAILT BECEITING TUB
NEWEST STYLES OP
LADIES' CLOAKINGS,
WHICH WE OFFER AT OBEATLT BB
nrv.n pnir.n. Si
IN ADDITION TO A FULL LINE OF
FANCY CASS1MERES,
COATINGS .
AND WOODS GENERALLY- ADAPTED TO
MEN'S AND ROTS' WEAB.
MOBRIS, CL0TUIEB & LEWIS.
CLOTH JOBBERS, ' aC
8 24 firo NOB. IB AND SI S. FOURTH ST. .
CLOAKS! CLOAKS!
CBEAT BARGAINS DCBINO TIIE IIOLX
! DATS, AT.
r HENRY'S. VA
12 8fmw6t NO. 10 N. EIGHTH STREET.
LOAKS! CLOAKS!
jlvkky nfw sryiK. ; '
" HENRY XVHNB. No. U W. yiNTH B. . ' ;
CLOAKS! CLOAKS!
THECllKACKflTAND Biai', . T
HKMBY IVKNH.JSQ. aas, NINTH Bt. ni
CLOAKS! ,C LOAKS!1
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CARD. Wo are now rocolv- 1
Ing direct from our Paris
house a large and elegant as- .
sortment of Gilt and Dronzo
Clocks, Candelabras, Vases,
Parisian Fancy Coods, Etc. v
Etc.. all of which havo been ;
made by the leading manu
facturers of Paris, and will bo
offered at Public Sale In tho
course of a few days. The as
sortment of Extra Flno Gilt
Clocks and Candelabras. ;
Groups, and Statuettes, will
be the largest ever heretofore :
offered.
VITI BROTHERS,
(Late Vlto Vitl & Sons,
Importers.
lo. 140 8. FROMTOt.,
tit FHILADKUf mju

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