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4 THE DAILYEVENING TELEGRAPH PHILADELPHIA , SATURDAY, JUxNE 3, 1871.
8ATURDAY, JUNK 8, 1871.
HOW TO PURTFY MUNICIPAL GOV.
The rapid growth of the great cities of the
, United States has nuddenly thrown upon them
great responsibilities. To meet these pro-
periy, to provide for present and prospect I re
wants, and to guard against many palpable
evils and dangers, mnnioipal government de
mands a degree of constant and thoughtful
attention whioh it, unfortunately, rarely re
oeives. it is often made totally subor
dinate to national politics, the vital
interests of hundreds of thousands of
citizens being saorifioed for the
gratification of partisan passions or the sno-
cess of partisan sohemes of no real ntilitv.
Or, what is still worse, skilful and influential
rogues of both parties combine to rule great
oities, nominally in the interest of this or that
organization, but really for their individual
enriohment. Voters have so often shown
a readiness to support a rascal or an imbeoile
' who professed to belong to their party in pre
ference to an honest man and able member of
an opposing party, that the ring leaders trade
on this habit. They are perpetually entreat
ing the masses to vote for this or that bad
nominee, knave, or fool, for-the sake of the
party; and, meanwhile, by bargains with
their accomplices in the opposing ranks, and
by their individual exactions and corruptions,
they are inflicting the greatest possible
ftttount of injury upon the organizations to
which they profess to belong as well as upon
the whole body of tax-payers. It was said
long ago that party was the madness of the
many for the benefit of the few; and this is
substantially true of the species of partisanship
that dominates municipal governments. In
their management it is especially necessary
that the Jeffersonfan tests of honesty And
capacity should be rigidly applied to as
pirants for office; and when, instead of these
tests, we ask only whether aspirants are Demo
crats or Republicans, disregarding wholly
mental and moral qualities, we need not be
astonished at the prevalence of inefficiency
and corruption. It is high time that voters
should ask of candidates such questions as
these: Is he a thief? Is he a publio plun
derer? Is he a slave of a corrupt ring? Is
he leagued with gangs of notorious ruffians
and ballot-box staffers? Is he guilty of
Bubornation of perjury? Would he, if eleoted,
exact, or permit his subordinates to exact, ille
gal fees? Is he animated mainly by mer
cenary motives? Would he sell jostioe,
steal the reoords of the courts, tamper with
indictments, or resort to similar methods to
shield villainy from merited punishment? Is
he a pardon-broker? Is he affiliated with
manufacturers of false election returns? Is he
a despicable and -depraved professional par
tisan, who has wasted his best energies in a
wild hunt for offioe? Is he an habitual liar?
Is he qualified for the proper discharge of the
duties of the offioe to whioh he aspires? Is
he animated by a sincere regard for the pub
lio welfare, or does he seek offioe from mo
tives akin to those animating the burglar who
plans the robbery of a bank?
It would be something of a novelty to ask
suoh questions publioly; but to the shame of
the present system of nominations and elec
tions, and to the fearful loss of an intelligent
and patriotio people, it must be said that an
affirmative answer could truthfully be given
to many of them, as applied to a large pro
portion of candidates for municipal offioes.
It is vain to look for a reform until the people
emancipate themselves from that deplorable
form of partisan slavery which now prompts
many voters to cast their ballots for noto
riously bad, weak, wicked, and corrupt candi
dates. The number who soratoh their tickets,
however, apparently increases, and there are
strong indications that this fall bad
nominees on either side will
be scratched to an unprecedented extent. An
energetio movement is on foot to swell the
army of conscientious and discriminating
voters to many thousands, and there is a fair
prospect that no specially infamous candidate
on either city tioket can be elected. Suoh a
movement is growing absolutely neoessary to
purify , our municipal government, and to
avert burdens as great as those now imposed
upon New York. If it is not cordially sus
tained, Philadelphia will speedily beoome the
helpless prey of plunderers as powerful, un
scrupulous, and exacting as those who are
marshalled under the banner of Boss Tweed.
Our official aristocracy, too, will revel in
princely wealth and magnifioence; and our
tax-payers will find their only oonsolation for
insupportable burdens in the glitter of the
diamonds and the glare of the pa laces of their
THE "HEATHEN CHINE E" A3 A MAN
AND A BROTHER.
A gang of boys on Thursday stoned to death
an unoffending - Chinaman on one Of the
publio streets of San Francisoo, and in the
presenoe of a number of spectators, who, it
is to be presumed, enjoyed the exhibition,
for none of them attempted to interfere nor
was any effort made to arrest the murderers.
It is now said that the police are engaged in
searching for the yung savages who perpe
trated this outrage, but it is scarcely within
the bounds of possibility that they will be
punished even if they are caught. The same
despatch that gives us this edifying pieoe of
news also informs us that at Mendooina a
mob has ordered all the Chinese to leave the
town within ten days on peril of their lives,
end not many days ago we were told that
a man who murdered a Chinaman in
cold blood was permitted to escape
the penalties of the law because the only wit.
cesses of his crime were the fella w-ooun try.
men of his viotim, and under the laws of
California they were not permitted to testify.
In view of such occurrences as these, what
right have we to oomplain that proper pro
tection is not afforded to Ainerioan citizens
and other Caucasian foreigners in China? or
in what respect are our Christianity and eivlll.
ration superior so far at least a they
affeot the right of every haman being to life
liberty, and the pursuit of happine ss to tbe
heathenism and barbarism of China ? These
are questions that the people of this oommnw
nity will be compelled ere long to seriously
consider and to answer, if they desire to avoid
making the "heathen Chlneo" the snooessor
of the "everlasting nigger" a a subjeot f
partisan dispute. Having finally got the
African out of the national woodpile, it
behooves us to see that the- Mongolian
does not get into it, and publio opinion,
should express itself so strongly in reference
to suoh outrages as those to which' we- have
alluded, that Chinamen and all other foreign
ers of whatever raoe or nationality who may
settle within our borders may be assured of
fair treatment and legal protection. The bad
treatment to whioh the Chinamen in Califor
nia are subjected appears to be due- to
nothing more than the dislike of the
Caucasian to men belonging to what
he esteems inferior' raoes, and
the most deplorable thing connected with' the
Chinese question is that some of the profes
sional philanthropists who were the most
ardent champions of the African now turn
their backs upon the Mongolian, repudiating
him as a man and a brother, and denying that
he has rights- a white man is bcuod to respect
unless it suits his interest to do so. It was
reported not long ago that the-Chinese Got
ernmeat had declared its intention no longer
to abide by tne-provisions of the Barlingame-
treaty, giving as a reason for- so doing that
the United States- Oovernment did not proo-
erlyproteot the Chinese who came to this
country to seek their fortunes. The accusa
tion is only too true, and we cannot with any
consistency complain of suoh occurrences as
the Tien-tain massacre, when similar outrages
are perpetrated in our own country without
exciting general indignation and without any
efforts being made- to bring the assassins to
Sincs last Saturday we hare received aad ar
ranged In onr salesrooms
Choice new Goods, lllllnir uo onr stock, both in
Men's and Boys' Departments, with fresh and beautl-
f d1 garments.
WHITK MARSSILLIS VBSTS BY THE T30DSAND.
Whith Mahbiixlks Vbsts b r THB T&0C8AND.
White Duck Vests bx thh TnousAiNn.
Black Alpaca Coats by the Thousand.
Black Alpaca Goats-by the Thousand
Light Cassimbre Suets by the Thousand, '
Light Cassimbre Suits by the Thossani
Dbab and Othbb colorbd Linen Sacks by ram
Blub Flannel Sacks by the Hundrhix
Drap d'Eth Sacks and Suits by thr. Hundred.
Boys' Jackets and Pants by thb Hundrbd.
. Children's Suits by thb Hundrbd.
Thb Most Dbslbable Garments,
Thb Best Looking Garments. ,
Tut Best Fitting Gakhbnts.
Thb Lowest-priced Garments.
We should like the publio to compare our goods
aad prices with any they can find elsewhere.
Foity-three Salesmen, seventy Cutters, aad
twenty Clerks will be In attendance to wait upon
Store epen to-day from 6 A. M. till 8 F. M.
Wanamaker & Brown,.
Wanamaker & Brown,
Oak Hall, '
Thb Largest Clothing House in America,
S. E. cor. Sixth and Market Streets.
ngy- REV. 8. r. LINN WILL PREACH IN THB
PRESBY TERIAN CHURCH, GERMAN Street,
below Third, at lOJtf A. M. and 8 P. M.
ST. CLEMENT'S CHURCH, TWENTIETH
"w and CHERRY Streets Choral service and
ermon to-morrow evening at 8 o'clock. Seats
free, e 3 84f
ffiy SIXTH PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, SPRUCE
"w Street, below Sixth Rev. J. P. CONKEY
will preach to-morrow at ltX A. M. and TV
P.M. " 57B2f
BrjS" TnB FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH,
w WASHINGTON Sauare. Rev. HEKRICK
JOHNSON, D. D.. Pastor, wUl preach to-morrow at
10 A.M. and 8 P.M.
tfif TRINITY M. E. CHURCH, EIGnrn
w Btreet, above Race The Rev. H A.CLEVE
LAND, Pastor, will preach to-monow at 10 J A. M.
and 8 P.M.
Bfi- SPRING GARDEN STREET M. E.
CHURCH, TWENTIETH and SPRING GAR
DEN Street. Rev. C. H. PAYNE. D. D., Pastor,
at lOtf A. M. and P. M. Strangers Invited. 4
CALVARY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH,
LOCUST Street, above Fifteenth Rev.
Dr. HUMPHREY, Pastor. Services at 10 A. M.
and 8 P.M.
gy ARCH STREET M. E. CHURCn, S. E. COR
w ner ARCH and BROAD Street Preaching
Sunday at lox A. M. and 8 P. M. by the Pastor. Rev.
HENRY W. WARREN. Strangers invited.
g?- REV. GEORGE A. SIMON SON WILL
preach at the TABERNACLE BAPTIST
CHURCH, CHE3NUT Street, west of Eighteenth,
to-morrow morning and evening. Services at lojrf
A. m. ana i o'oiock p. M. 6 3 sat
jQ- REV. A. A. WILUTS, D. D.. WILL
w preach In the WEST ARCH STREET
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, corner EIGHTEENTH
and ARCH Street, to-morrow at.lOtf A. M.
and 8 P. M. Strangers welcome.
t&r SPRING GARDEN BAPTIST CHURCH,
w. THIRTEENTH Street, above Wallace.
Rev. L. P.HOKNBERGER, Pastor. Preaching to
morrow at lOtf A. M. and 8 P. M. Sunday-school
at 8 P. M.
tfnr- BETH-EDEN BAPTIST CHURCH, BROAD
and SPRUCE Streets. Rev. J. WHEATON
SMITH, D. D., will preach Sunday morning at 10)tf
o'clock and evening at 8 o'clock. Strangers always
anniversary of the West
Philadelphia Missionary Society of the Sunday
schools will be held in the Church to-morrow even
lng at Ijj o'clock.
Hsr- NORTH TENTH STREET PRESBYTERIAN
CHURCH, below Girard avenue liev.
M. NKWKIRK, Pastor, will preach at lu)tf A. M.
The twenty-second anniversary of the babbath
schools at ex o'clock P. M. Addresses by Rev. Dr.
WILLIAM NEWTON, RENE kUILLOU, Esq., and
the Pastor. No evening service.
figy 1 HE MISSION SCHOOL OF THE FIFTH
w Street M. K. Church having moved to the
Northern Liberty Engine House, FRONT St., below
Green, will open for. mission work on Sabbath, June
4. at 8 P. M. Addresses w:ll be made by Revs. WM.
L. GRAY. T. B. MILLER, Drs. J. KMKliSON KENT
and O. OSLEK. Music c-uiiucted by Mr. PAUL.
Strangers are cordially invited.
Children and adults of the neighborhood are ever
welcome to oar sesslous every Sanbath at 9 A. M.
and 8 p, M. Prayer meeting every Thursday eve
ning. CBKGaRAY INSTITUTE, NOS. 152T ANB 1589
SPRUCE Street, Philadelphia. Pa. ENGLISH
aurt fKttNCH for young Lad it and Mime. Board-
'.i a aiid day mulls will reopen on MONDAY. Seu.
ttliilitr !W. t'rencii is tht laiujuaut at tht familu. and
14 cuiitanl!y nuken tn tht lugiitutt.
UUNtutiail MADAME D'UERVILLY, Principal.
: ; 11
A FULL STOCK
jKne Teas and Coffees
Choice Goods for the Table
OF EVERY" DESCRIPTION,
Ac juices Intended to Induce purchases for summer
consumption In the country.
AH good sold in unbrcHen packages at wholesale
E. BRADFORD CLARKE,
(SUCCESSOR TO SIMON COLTON C LAB S3,)
S. W. Corn&r BOAT and WALNUT,
6 8 8tattl4p
TTNDEKSTAND that we sell
KJ NDISJt everybody else' price
MATERIALS the best ia- the worM;
ADE UP in exquisite atyle.
MEN and BOYS can enj y Tir
UCH' COMFORT in onr thin sua. JjlJL
ELEGANT Light Suits.
XQTSJISm Dress Suits.
T) OCEHXUi k "WILSON; eff er at T
JLVeDUCED RATES their whole lot UAf
Great 603 and 605.
Drown 603 and 605.
Hall, 603 and 605.
Chesnut 603 and 605.
Street. 603 and 605.
ROCKHILL & WILSON.
Elegant Styles in Light and Dark Mixed.
Plaid and Striped Saltings.
Diagonal Coatings of beautiful design and fabric.
Handsome styles in Pantaloon Casslmeres.
White, Brown, and Fancy Linens, Drills, etc.
Drap d'Ete, Alpacas, Ducks, Bamboo Cloth, etc.
WESTON & BROTHER,
S. W. Corner NINTH and ARCH Sti ,
A fall assortment now In store
OF THE CHOICEST K0VELTIE3
FOR GENTLEMEN'S WEAR.
A SUPERIOR UARMENT AT A REASONABLE
J i 8 8mrp
Jstatliislietl in 1 854.
MINUTE REPEATERS, t
ETO. ETO. ETO.
C. & A. PEQUIGNOT,
No. 608 CHESNUT STREET,
4 83 m PHILADELPHIA.
. 1 i .
jy ft t?
Chestnut & 12th Sts. ,
ARE NOW OPENING A LARGE INVOICE OF
In presenting tmw dvertlsmemt for a
great Public-Sale ofFnralturetf the finest
of our manuaetiurv at the large Second.
Story RoomofM, THOMAS SONS, No.
139 and 141 South FOURTH Street, on
June 9, we will only my to purchasers
that they can rely o tk quality of erery
article. The Spring baiintu for Fin Fur
niture liai been excessively dull, and we
take this means of reducing atock to enable
us to make room for- th product of our
Factory intended foarourfall sales.
G. J. & J. A. HEHKELS.
I 11 I I I R K
Bo. 45 SOUTH SECOND STREET.
Offerahla exteosire Stock of 7
FOR THE NEXT THIRTY DAYS.
ThlB Is a rare opportunity, as Ms Furniture is of
First Quality, patterns new, and designs beauti
ful. . I
eJ STEIN W A Y SONS'
GRAND SQUARE AND UPRIGHT PIANOS.
Special attention Is called to their
PATENT UPRIGHT PIANOS.
Warerooms. No. loos chennitt st.rAt PhiiaAt.
PMa. 4 13 Urn
Grand Square and Upright Pianoi.
t DUTTON'S PIANO ROOMS,
6 18 lmsplm Nos. 1128 and 1123 CHESNUT St.
PIANOS AND ORGANS. s5a
GEO. 8TECK & CO.S
till ADD UKY a,
MASON AND HAMLIN'S CABINET ORGANS.
GOULD & FISCHER.
No. VIZ CHESNUT Street.
oodld. No. 1018 ARCH Street.
WM. O. riBCtlBB. 1 IT tf 4p
Genuine Olive Oils,
FOR TABLE USE.
COX'S SPARKLING GELATINE, RIO TAPIOCA.
BERMUDA ARROW ROOT, BOOTCH OATMEAL,
now landing and for sale by
BOBEBT SHOEMAKER & CO.,
IMPORTING DRUGGISTS, ,
N. K. Corner FOURTH and RACE Streets.
Elder Flower Soap.
Just received, by the Flora Hnlbnrt, from London.
an Invoice Of BEUB0R0 8 CELEBRATED ELDER
FLOWER, WINDbOR, GLYCERINE, and HONEY
BOBEBT SHOE MAKE E & CO.,
N. E. Corner FOURTH and RACE Streets.
8 1 2m4p 1 PHILADELPHIA.
PAPER HANQINQS, E I O.
1 18 smwSmrp
STOCKS, LOANS, B T C..
5 BOUGHT AND SOLD '
AT THE BOARD OF BKOKERS,
BY GJiOROE J. BOYD,
S3 tatnasmrp No. 13 S. THIRD Street.
WILL BE BEADY ON MONDAY
A Romance of Germany and Italy.
i By Mrs. E. D. Wallace.
H. 0. ROGERS- & CO.
Claxtsn, Remsen S Haffelfinger,
Nob. 819 and 821 MARKET STREET,
8 8 8f
2000 PARASOLS !
. .. STOCK,
And desiring to close out entire stock, so as not to
keep over year a single one, we will sell at
CLOSING OUT PRICES.
bus. ana wnite rongee, lined and boand, all
Buff and White Pongee,.Uned and bound, all sizes.
Large size Buff Linen Sun Hmbrellas, 14 to 80 Inch
tilik. Linen, and Vienna Fans closing out.
White Piques and Hamburg Edgings closing out.
Kid Gloves, largest stock, all colors, all sizes.
Kid Gloves. $1, $1-88. $100, $l 70 tat best Jouvln.
Hcsierj at less than wholesale prices.
Ladles' and Children's Gloves, Buff, White, etc
A. & J. B. BARTHOLOMEW,
No. 23 NORTH EIGHTH STREET
No. 908 CHESNUT STREET.
N. B That oar Closing Bale of genuine Jouvla
nun uvuor hub ma uioves wu last oat a few days,
The stock la yet complete. 1 8 stuthtf
OHINA, GLASSWARE, ETO.
GAY'S CHINA PALACE,
No. 1109 CHESNUT Street.
JUST OPENEB, AN ENTIRE NEW
SHAPE STONE CHINA,
Dinner and Tea Sets complete, 103 pieces t0JO
Stone China Dinner Sets, 100 pieces 1803
Btone China Dinner Seta, 97 pieces T-73
Stene China Cups and Saucers, per set 13 pieces 60
White Stone China Chamber Sets. 9-50
Decorated Stone China Chamber Sets, 10 ps. . . 4 -co
White French China Dinner Sets, 1ST pieces... ls-oo
Table Tumblers, per dozen eo
Table Goblets, per dozen TO
Glass Tea Sets (4 articles) 49
An endless variety of all styles White and Deco
rated China Fancy Goods, etc, at lowest prices.
Parties about tarnishing for the country; will do
well to Inspect our Immense stock before purchasing.
Goods to go ont of the city will be pneked and
delivered to transportation office free of charge,
and Insured against breakage to destination.
4 88 S 18m
Our Letter of Credit gives the bolder the privilege of
drawing either on
DREXEL, UAKJES & CO., Paris,
' IN FRANCS,
Meiirt,' A. 8. PETBIE & CO., London,
may be found most convenient or profitable, and
ivaiianie urouehout Euroba. to pi
lng their in-
abaoad we offer special facilities, collecting their
tarest and dividends during their absence without
DREXEL & CO.,
No. U BOUTH THIRD 8TRKE1',
P U B ; L j I ' C S A L E.
POINTED STONE MANSION
aad lot 100 by 800, extending from nancock street
to Germantown Railroad, at Shoemaker Lane Sta
tion, adjoining Mansions of Messrs. Cabeen, Mac
Kellsr, Ciementf, and others, :,
EFurther particulars in auctioneers' bills. Keys at
station. To be sold at Philadelphia Exchange,
June 6, 18T1, by
0 8 21 M. THOMAS A SONS.
CHEAP DRY GOODS. ;
CHEAP DRY COODG.
' C. H. HArilRICK & CO..
No. 45 . .North. EIGHTH Street,
Beg to announce to the pnblle their deter
mination to close ont the following Goods
at prices th.t will please buyers.
Ilernanlcs of all Grades, splendid goods,
at 50 per cent, less than hare been asked
foe same goods.
Black and Grey Silks reduced from $179
J Black Silks (all Silk warranted) $193.
Black Silks (all Silk), splendid quality,
Closing out our stock of Lawn and Linen
i All qualities of Lawns and Linens for
dresses, less than can be found elsewhere.
I Pongees, all the best goods, at greatly re
' Lawns In every variety, 80 cents, worth
Percales In erery variety) also, Robe Pat
; Batiste Splendid French Dress Stuff's, 39c.
' All the New Style Piques closing out.
French Undressed Piques, very desirable.
Ladles Invited to examine Prices.
' 6 ietuthStrp C. It. HAMR1CK fc CO.
SPRING CArtOEN & TRUST
. DRY GOODS ESTABLISHMENT,
1 ON THB NORTHEAST CORNER 0?
EIGHTH and 8P&I2T0 GARDEU Sts,
An immense Stock of Qoods.
Prices very low Indeed.
Everybody sure to get suited.
1 The utmost attention to customers
No misrepresentation In order to effect sales.
If purchases are not satisfactory we return the
SILKS AND SHAWLS, '
MEN'S AND BOYS' WEAR,
LLAMA LACS 8ACQDE3 AND POINTES,
KID GLOVES, TABLE LI SENS,
ilUILTfi, Etc. Ett,
JOSEPH B. THORNLBY. 2 8 thstqf
' THE NEW YORE
Dyeing and Printing
STATBN ISLAND, '
40 N. EIGHTH Street,
No. 93 DTJANE Street, New York.
DYE AND FINISH IN THE BEST MANNER,
Silks, Satins, Velvets, Crapes, Ribbons. Tissue.
Barrges, Merinos. Cloths. Alpacas, Heps, PararuatI
Kld'Q?ovM,o! ' ge"' Trtn,mlu8' floury,
Also, cleanse Lace Curtains and Linen Shades In
a superior lBaon.r. Goods called for and delivered
to any part of the city. 415stuthamrp
Q.REATEST BARGAINS OFTHKPJB-
RIOD IN DRY GOODS.
No. 727 CHESNUT STREET.
- ia.?.,?T,n v,ctorla Lawns, Bishop Lawns, Plain
SSlIld.Nm,8,OOK8'r84 Frencl1 organdies, Ham
burg Edgings, Llama Lace Sacks ann Poinra Hianb-
HerLaules, Broode Orenaiioes, Japanese Hilts
Striped Silks, Black Silks, Linen SulUngs, French
Lawns, and the greatest variety of beautiful stvies
in DKES8 GOODS ever exhibited In this city. 3
THE 25, 87, 60 and T5 CENT
DEPARTMENTS FOR THE SALE OF
CHOICE DRESS GOODS REPRESENT THE
GREATEST BARGAINS OF THE PERIOD,
I 8 8 stuthtf . No. 78T OHE8NDT Street.
111 -UR OWN MAKE OF CHAMPION
k . 1 Hoop Skirts, m all the newest styles, the
best and cheapest In the market. mo
' Also, goo4 Eastern.made Skirts, from 15 to 40
Springs, from 81 to 60c. Soiled Hklrr. miur
siJf saS,8' V,?RS1?S-119 8tyle8 Prices from'
45c. to I6-88. Mlsst-s' Corsets, superior quality.
SS.fS,ra?SPi,kVoveI, Goret: reduced from 85c.
THOMSON'S Giove fitting Corsets at tl-85. tl-60
11-74. 82-60, 83-60, 84 15, and 16 M. '
MRS. MOODY'S Abdominal Corsets, from $8-75
. MADAME FOY'S Corset Skirt Supporter at tl-09.
' l,Vc5 vv10ven Corsets, the cheapest In the city.
B VERY desirable style ot corsets at prices wtticii
PAW1ER BUSTLHS. la 39 styles, 85c to 84.
BON TON BUSTLES, from 47a upwards. ,
PA KASOLS at wholesals prices,
L DIES' UNDKR-OARMENTS A complete
assortment at lowest raies, call and examine our
CHKSNUT Strfeu' E1UTU Street- a1 Wo-1115
823 tuthsrptf WILLIAM T. HOPKINS.
, TME BEST 75CENT"
, ' , IN THE CITY.;
BLACK HERNANIES, ALL QUALITIES.
STRIPE AND CHECK SILKS, ?1'25.
Ely, Hunsberger & Ely,
No. 1126 CHESNUT STREET,
11 tnth83m PHILADELPHIA.
SIIKS, SHAWLS AND DRESS GOODS
No. 916 CHESNUT BTREET,
Invites attention to bis stock of
SILKS OF AU KIA'DS,
INDIA AND OTIIKR SHAWLS.
Novelties la Dress ad Fancy Goods,
INDIA, PONGEE,; ANrt CANTON CRAPE IN
C XT A tITT n .
ajxij i;itr,ba uooDi. 4 13 Suirp
PARA ROT .R tKi ti ii.ok. iisun
J II 60. 11 -Tfi- Kilt Kim T mhrullu. ft... , ,..
tl0. at DIXON'S N& ilk El JH?H St' ' Vt '
Savery's Patent Combined
Water Cooler and
Has piovtxl llaulf I. be superior to
any in the market. (Jail and ex.
a .t n n I r a n r .
4 8 thota Kuirp Depot, No. 6iQ ULAhlLfll BUeet.