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THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH TRIPLE SHEET PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1868.
NEWS SUMMARY. .
Mre. Daniel Keatlusr. litlnR at No. 742
IWjouk road, fell down stairs on Saturday
eight and was instantly killed.
Charles Wetlskey, convicted of being con
cerned In the fraudulent distillation Of spirits,
naa on Katurilny gptitenced by Judge Utirlwala
der to pay a fine of $ moo, and undergo an lm
priionmentof six month f.
lie?. J. If. Siiydam. pastor of the Firet Re
formed Church, Seventh and Spring Garden
streets, baa icaigned the p oh torn 1 charge of that
roiigrepBtion, aud accepted a call from a con
gregation In New Jersey.
The following are the receipts at the Far
mers' Hay Market for tuo week ending Decem
ber 19, 1HG8: Loids of Lay, (178; do. straw, 61.
l'rlces I'rime timothy, per 1(K) lt)., fl'25(l'3U;
medium, 'ib.'20 luterior, $l(ftl"10 .straw,
Clayton Bush, nped twenty five ycim, re
filin in lOtueMnc street, win attacked oa the
istrect on Saturday riiiilit, nn.l bndly beateu
about the head and body, lie whs t iken to the
Hospital. Tue u-Huilants ran, but some of the
number were captured and locked up for a
Patrick O'Neill, ned 20 ye:n9, residing at
Fourth and Thompson streets, loot injured at
Baldwin' foundry ny an Iron plate falling ou
on him. Samuel Caiter, legitime; at No. 929
North Second street, hio broken by falliDg on
the ice. Thomas M:trtin,13 year of age, renidinsr
in I'cplar court, injure 1 in the lice by a etoua
beicg thrown at htm. .Tunica Tft?erty, 40 year
of ne, residing at No. Til Kullou gireet, injured
in the side aud knee by fulling on the ice
The motion for a new trial in the caso of
George YY. Alexander, convicted of cocnivlne.
while Assessor of Internal Hcvenue in th
Eighth District, at the fraudulent remove! Of
whisky, was argued on Saturday, before Judge
Cadwulader, by Mes.-n. William M. Ball aud
Frar.cls V. Hughes. The Judge overruled all
the reasons, but said he would consider whether
the charge a? laid down In the bill of indict
ment, upon which there was a conviction, U
pioperly set forth. In the event of his declin
ing against the motion for a new trial, he
intimated that h should sentennethederendint
to pay a fine ol $1000 aud to bo iniprlnoued for
The She! id' of Coshocton county, Ohio. ha
absconde d with ?-i0.OOO of the county fuuils.
Ibe bank of Canrtia, Tioga county, N. 7.,
was robbed of $34 ,000 on Thursday night.
General (Jiant and Secretary .sehoiield have
Teturued to Washington from Chicago.
F. Oociul shot himself ile-ii in Nashville
on Friday nielit. It is supposed Lis wife's jeal
ousy drove liiru to suicide.
Sarah Boyd, an old Iri-h woman, wnose
kusbaud had deserted her, was found dead of
starvation in her bed, at Nashville, on Saturday.
The coniract torconstrueting an iron bridge
across the Miit-'ippl at Keokuk, Io.vii, bus
been given to Hie Keystone Brido Company, ol
Pittsburg, tor if l,C0o,u00.
A niectlug was In Id at Hal' fax on Friday
night, which organized uu Ann-Confederation
Lcugue, and provided lor the formation of
associate leagues throughout Nora ScoU-i.
(.'old closed on Saturday at 1354. The stoek
niniketwns steady. Tho weukiK'ss In Govern
ments continued, aud they Bijtiiu declined a
The total of the appropriations made during
the seeoi'd se-iou of the Fortieth Coneress is
$100,651,185. of winch 33,(182,003 was for the
arrr.y; 17,350,350 for the navy aud i?J0,3."0,000
Tne Empire and II ll's blocks, in Albion,
N. Y.. were burned oii S t.urdtty. Lo3- about
550,000. A dweilius and tbiee bains atTbomii
souville, C. nn.. were Uestrojcd by iucenl.ary
tiies on Fiiday night.
IIuoEicutt'a Aetc Na'ion, published at
Richmond, Virginia, the daily edition of which
stopped some weeks ago, has Anally ceased
publication. The editor will run as uu inde
pendent candidate (or Cone revs.
-The town of Lcisbarg, Arkansas, was
entered by four rotiin mies ol militia on De
cember 1G. The militiamen burned two :orcs,
and during the (ire a ci'.izen was killed and his
body thrown into the flames. The militia still
occupy the town, allowing no one to leave
without a pa p.
James Gleason, a nienliiitit, wa-. shot by a
recio named Dunlop, while, both Were twing
t xaiu'ned before the Mayor at ( narlotte. North
Carolina. Glea;on then a1teni)'.'id to get out ot
the court-room, when h nero pol c.-ni in ac th ?
door struck hi in, killing him Instantly. The
ncirrors are In iuil,
In the United Staffs Sena'.e, on Saturday,
Mr Pomi'roy i'dioiluced a bili tor the reassem
bling ol the Georgia Reconstruct on Convention,
which was referred. On motion of Mr. Harlan,
the Judiciary Committee was directed to report
a bill reapportioning Coti,'tesMiieu in accord
ance with the fourteenth amendment. Mr.
Chandler moved to take up the short Tariff bill,
Which was lost yeas, i!2; nays, 25. The ere leu
tials of Senator elcet Gilbert, of Florida, were
presented and rel'erred. The Jioiisa was not in
London, Di e. i: A Paris tlisputch. of last even
ing, animuiicing the sinking of the Greek steamer
Krosis at Syra ly llohait Pasha, the Turkish Ad
miral, is not ollit-ially conlinned. The latest dis
patches from Constantinople, dated yesterday,
mention that llohiu t I'ashi, at the request of tho
French Admlraln the Archipelago, would await
orders from the Turkish government before using
Coercion with the Krosis.
London, Dec. 10 The utter inabilit y.of thegreat
Towers of Europe to control the action of Greece in
the pending troubles with Turkey excites distrust
In financial circles here, aud there is fear of a gene
ral falling oft in all moneyed values. This distrust
Is only Increased by the reassurances of tho French
press. Even if Hassials not in earnest in her re
monstrances, it is the general opinion that she will
not be able to give Greece any material aid.
The press of l.-mdeu j;ciior.t!ly unite in urging
the great rovers tv a llnal r iuon rane.j.
LoM)ON, Je'. l.i Jehu Laird, 51. I', lor Dirken-
hcad, pulilWies tu-d.iy a coirespondcnco he La I
with JUverdy Joln.son, showing the origin ami
cause of the friendship that i xi.-'.s between them.
I.aiid lnmself made the lirst advances toward
friendship in October hist, long before the Liver
pool banquet, I.aiid invited .lohuson to fllrkcn
hcud to hce his islabiishnient and to hear his
(Laird's) wishes for it lasting p.ace between Eng
land and America. 51r. tlohii-on, in his reply, re
gretted that a luck of time wo;dd prevant his ac
ei jitance of the invilai.ion, aud a ided the following
words: "Notwithstanding you sympathized with
my southern bre'hrt n during the late war, I shall
have much pleasure in making your acquaintance
and to hear your sincere wishes lor peace."
London, Dec. J'.) Tho Times ihis morning, in
commenting on the speech recently delivered by
Iteverdy Johnson at the Birkbeck Institution, says
that the aim of 5lr. Johnson's policy is that trilles
must not prevent the preservation of peaceful ref
lations between Li'niuud and America, and the
Times hints that the American obstacles to a treaty
should therelore he withdrawn.
London, Deo. M. Tho postal coniract with the
North German "Lloyds" for eai lying the British
mails has been renewed.
London, Dec. 1U Dispatches from Constanti
nople report that the Turkish commander, dinar
I'asha, lias been forbidden by his government to
invade the Grecian territory, unless armed hands
of (ireeks shall pass the Thessaliaii frontier.
I' A Hi s, Dec. Ill It Is said that the Russian go
vernment has sent a note to the French govern
ment in relation to the questions at issue between
Turkey and Greece. Telegrams from St. J'eters
burg say that Hussla and the other great Powers
agree that bo,th the Forte and Greece should delay
action for live days, in order that negotiations for
the settlement of the question may be attempted.
newspaper says the envoys of Turkey and
Greece have not left Lcir respective posts at Athens
iu i:uint iyu the naval camuramlen at the
Jl'iittiu, luve Uyii itlr acted, U' Uicy L-.'V U,
to avoid a Mruggle with tho Turkish forces, which
conlu at present only weaken the Grecian canse.
Tho s.fme Journal says the Athenian! are exult
ant over a prospective war with Tnrkcy, while the
deputations from Nauplia, Tatos, Corfu and Cor
inth protest ngalnst the policy of the government as
ruinous to Greece. The Athenians expect a revolt
by the Greeks In the Turkish provinces of Thessaly
'Tho latest advice from Athens state that the
government of Greece hag as yet taken no steps of
a defensive character.
Tarir, Dee. 11. The Mtmilrur of to-day has the
following details of the Krosis afl'alr. Tho Kro0
answered Ifohart Fasha's signal with a shot, aud
Immediately sought refuge in the harbor of Syra,
w here she was blockaded by vessels of the Turkish
llohart Pasha announced his willingness to aban
don thebloekade on condition that the Krosis should
he escorted to Athens by a Grecian frigate aud there
await tho result of judicial proceedings for the
The following dispatch lias Just been received:
CoNSTKTiNorLE, Dee. is. -The Greek ambassa
dor In this city to-day demanded of the guarantee
ing powers the protection of Greek subjects In Con
stantinople The French envoy ou the part of his
government declined to move In the matter. The
Sublime Forte demands the banishment of all
Greeks from .Bulgaria and Belgrade.
Constantinople, Dec. 18. The Greeks In thl
city ask tho privilege of remaining here in case o
hostilities between the two countries, agreeing to
preserve a strict neutrality.
A corps lias been organized and Is ready to pro
ceed to Greece at, short notice. Turkey is tranquil.
5lAiH!ii), Dec. 19. It has been decided that the
Cadiz insurgents are to be tried by a council of
war, but that in no ease will tho extreme po
nalty of death bo indicted.
5lAi)Uin, Dec. 10. The election for members of
the Cortes Is proceeding in tho Incorporated cities.
There has been no disorder. A largo majority of
those elected are favorable to the formation of a
monarchical form of government.
The government authorizes the statement that a
treaty of poaeo with Chili may he considered an
liKiu.iN, Dec. ID The resolution guaranteeing
Immunity from arrest for words spoken in debate
has at length been rejected by a small majority in
the upper House.
Athens, Dec. IS. A new Cabinet is to be formed
by Alexander ivouiuouujowras, the present hua.l
of the Ministry.
London, Dee. 20. The latest news from the cast
is more pacltic. The government at Athens, which
has hitherto been swept along by the popular
eagerness for war with the Turks, is now disposed
to listen to the protests of the Kuropean Powers;
and this disposition, strengthened by the rapidly
growing sentiment In favor of peace, may avert a
war, If the Sublime Porte will gi ant time for fur
ther negotiations, it is understood (ho western
Powers sustain the Sultan's ultimatum to Greece,
while Russia, in tho Interest of the Greeks, will
seek to modify its terms. A rumorwhich prevailed
in Paris jesterday, that Kinsia had sent an un
favorable note to 1'raniiC on the eastern question,
proves to be a canard, invented to depress the Paris
market. Tho foreboding allusions to tho eastern
question made by Lord Stanley on November 13,
in his speech to his constituents 'at Lyme liegis, is
regarded as one of the secondary causes of the
crisis in the east.
Paius, Dec. '20. The ex-Queen Isabella has
visited Napoleon at the Tulleries.
The .ii ii'' c says that the Powers who signed tho
treaty of Is5ii continue to urge conciliation on the
Grecian aud Turkish governments. The l'atric
asserts that the Porto will submit to tho great
Powers documentary proofs that Greece intended
to incite insurrection in the Turkish islands and
then take possession of them.
5Iadi;id, Dec. ') A riot broke out at Torro, in
the province of Zamora, caused by tho hostility of
tho people to the orgaub'.aUon of tho national
guard. It was qukkly suppressed by the authori
ties. The (. ..,i?c,i--;.( asserts that the Carlists have
favored a deep and widespread conspiracy for the
possession Of the government, and only await the
breaking out of strife between the Liberal parties
to develop their designs.
Havana, Dec. 10. Generals Lspinasand Latorre,
with oC'i.'Ohlicrs, arrived to-day on a steamer from
Spain. General lv pinas relieves Valmaseda, and
Gtiicrhl Lato.rc commands the Eastern Depart
ment. A Spaniard who had been taken prisoner by the
insurrectionists made his escape from llayamo, and
reports that a Spanish major and a captain belong
iug to the garrison, who refused to capitulate, had
been executed, and that other officers, had been pu
in irons, and that the soldiers have been set to work
cleaning the streets of Layamo, which was destitute
llayamo was defended by only a few men, nearly
all the revolutionists being in the field. The insur
rectionists continue iu the neighborhood of 5Iauza
nilla. Kumois have reached hero of engagements
between the troops and insurgents in tho vicinity o.'
Holquin, Santiago de Cuba and llayamo.
The Vice l'rcsidrut Elect at the League.
Vpon General Grant's last visit to this city lie
w as the guest of the t'nion League, at a banquet
niven iu the Club House. Uu Saturday evening
last the Hon. Schuyler Colfax, our next Vice Presi
dent, was tho recipient of a similar hospitality.
The banqueting hall was splendidly decorated, ami
the dinner was magnificent In its composition and
sinieo. The gentlemen who took part fairly repre
sented the noble organization which has shed such
renown upon our city, and the occasion was in
every respect most enjoyable to all w ho were pre
sent. 1 h.) I Ion. 5ioitou MeMii hael presided, and
alter the substantial, had been removed proposed
the health of the distinguish J guetl iu a few We.us
liting the occasion.
Mr. (olfax replied as follows: ,
5Ir. Chairman and Gentlemen of the I'nion
League: Jt is no ordinary pleasure, and I regard it
as i,o oidinary honor, to enjoy tho hospitalities of an
oi ganiation so justly lamed for its ;ood words and
work during all llie years of its existence. Kvor on
the tide ol the nation anil the nation's interests
ecr outspi Ueu for liberty, loyalty and law its
trumpet lifts never given forth an uncertain sound,
and its members have never wearied in well-doing.
There is a majesty in the voice of a great people,
speaking through its Hggregated millions of ballot.-.,
lar more potential than the decrees from a throne.
It is like the voice of many waters, drowning all
other sounds. It is like the thunder rolling along
the sky, w hich purifies the atmosphere. It is tho
ri.imiimtil of a nation, which all within its limits
must heed and respect.
What the utterance of tho third of November
means, it is not difficult to understand. It ralilied
the platform of principles enunciated at Chicago,
and w hich had been cordially indorsed by both of
your candidates in their letters of acceptance. But,
more than this, to all who denounced the recon
struction measures of Congress as unconstitutional,
revolutionary and void; to all who suggested their
repeal by the bayonet; to all who had dishonored
the country by "countless murders of defenceless
men tor their lovo of tho I'nion; to all who boasted
of devotion to "the lost cause," it spoke with the
commanding voice of authority, "Peace, bo slill."
Hut with t he peace which It thus demands it brings
prosperity. With the laws of the land respected
and obeved, w ith protection to all assured, and with
loiitidehee thus restored, immigration and capital
w ill open a new and brighter era to the enfran
chised and regenerated south; and w ith her great
itaples and genial clinic she will Join with the east,
the north and the west in the triumphal march of
rational progress and power.
Nor was this all. The voice of the people pro
claimed anew that the paramount duty of govern
ment was to secure tho life, liberty mid rights of
all its citizens, even to the humblest, and that
American citizenship must protect nil entitled to
its protection, at home and abroad. It rcallirmed
(to quote the language of the Chicago resolutions)
the great principles of Impartial justice and equal
lights laid down in the immortal Declaration of
Independence as the true foundation of democratic
government bailing with gladness every etlort
toward making these principles a living reality nil
every ineli ot Ameriean soil. Anu, w...- uu
it Hi cm mc,nai:idtj4 tv little apprtiuivd L-rv-
tofore by those responsible fhr the bloodshed and
anguish of our late w ar, it declared In favor of tlie
removal of all dtsriualltlcationg In the same mea
sure as the spirit of disloyally may die out, ami as
may be consistent with the safety of tho loyal
peoj 1c. ,
' Hut, besides this, the Tohfe of the pcopl? thus
spoken, Imposed grave duties and resiHiiiHibilities
on all whom it clothed with public trusts. It de
mands the most searching retrenchment, like that
which signalized the administration by Its Presi
dentelect of one of the governmental departments
which was entrusted to his hands. It demands
honesty and elllciency, a higher character, of all
who are to bo connected with tho public service,
that tho honest taxpayer may no longer be required
to bear the burdens of the dishonest as well as his
own. With a President whose cardinal principle
is that tho law of the land must bo obeyed, and not
thwarted or nullified, the nation may hope that his
subordinates will exhibit a fidelity to duty akin to
their chief. It demands a strict" and rigid guar
dianship of tho nation's treasury against all un
wise and extravagant schemes, it demands a
financial policy which shall maintain, unimpaired
and untarnished, our credit the right arm of the
country in times of peril, which shall appreciate
our currency, and which shall finally place us on
the firm rock of specie payment.
With all this secured by the Administration of
the great commander whom the people have called
to govern the land, which, tiuder Provldonce, he
saveo, not only shall we fortify and continue Un
political ascendency which the people have de
creed, but all parties and all sections will bo able
to rejoice, as our republic takes that foremost place
amongst the nations of the earth to which our free
institutions, our vast resources, and our unparal
leled industrial advancement, now beckon us.
Later In the evening the distinguished statesman
was Introduced to a large number of the members
of the League, who had assembled to see and con gratulate
The Indian War.
S r. Lm is, Pec. 1!) Letters from General Sheri
dan, dated at the depot on the North Canadian
river, December a, received at General Sherman's
headquarters to-day, gives Information derived
from Hlaek Kettle's sister, by General Sheridan,
in substance as follow s:
The Indians were encamped on tho 1st. Black
Kettle and other chiefs of the Cheyennes, and a
small party of Sioux, in all tliTrty-seven lodges.
Light miles down the Washita were all the Arap
alioes, and seventy additional lodges of Cheyennes,
and also Kiowas, Apaches and Caiuanches.
While there encamped, a w ar party was sent out,
composed of Chevennes, Kiowas and Arnpahoes,
w ho went north in the direction of Fort Lamed,
and were still out.
Another party. eoniposedof Chevennes and Arap
ahoes. had returned, the trail o'f which led Gen
eral Custer into Hlaek Kettle's village. This party
brought back three scalps, one of w hich was that
of the expressman killed and horribly mutilated
between Ports Dodge and Lamed, just before Sheri
dan left the former fort. The mail he was carrying
w as found in P.lack Kettle's camp.
Another mixed party w ent out about the time the
first of these parties started. Hlaek Kettle and one
sub-chief from each band went to Fort Cobb and
brought back the provisions given them at that
fort, and while they were gone, or about the time
of their return, the last war party referred to was
sentroul. The women tire of the opinion that they
will all sue for peace at Fort, Cobb, us tho result of
the battle with Custer. They would have gone to
Sheridan's camp had not the' opening at Fort Cobb
been held out to them.
General Sheridan then says: "I shall start for
Foit Scott as soon as the trains from l ort Dodge
anive. Had it not been for the misfortune of the
Kansas regiment getting lo.-t, and a heavv snow
which rendered their horses Hiilit for dutv, we
would have closed up this job before this timel As
it is, 1 think the light isprottv well knocked out of
the Chevennes. Thirteen Clioveiiiu's. one Arana-
hoo and two Sioux chiefs were killed. The govern
ment makes a great mistake in giving these Indians
any considerable amount of food, under the suppo
sition of necessity, as the whole country is literally
covered with game. There are more bit Halo than
will last the Indians for twenty vears. The turkevs
arc so numerous that tloeks of two thousand have
been seen, and the country is full of grouse, quails
and rabbits. Herds of deer and antelope arc every
where, and they even ran through General Cus
ter's train while on the inarch. The reservations
laid oil' for the Cheyennes and Arapahoes are full
of game and tho most luxurious grouse. Hlaek
Kettle's sister reports three whito women in the
lodges below Black Kettle's camp.
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Bi-Hmih - London New x. nrk fov 2S
1 he Queen Liverpool...New York. lec," 2
lin-ilii bouiiian.)ton... P.alunj'.re i iec. 4
U. Kingiioui Oin-ow New Voik tee'. 4
"l-repa ....rribi New York JJec. b
Cnv ol C'oik biveiiool...New Yoik lc. 6
Tsrlla L'verpool...iSew Yoik Dee. b
City oi Lonnon...Liverpooi...N'ew York iu-c. s
AmeilCtt KouthbuipUm-.New York.. riee. 8
I-iii Liverpool. ..New York Hec, w
HUiir'iHiu Llverpool...l'orllauit, Due. Id
uMtaUnii Liverpool... New orli lice li
V.'eLipliull.,hoiitlianipton...New York Dec '
Celiu ..Looilon New oik Dun
Msnhnttan, New York... Liverpool Dpe. 22
Clruhliu New Yoi kliainlniis; Dee, SI
Java .Kiw York... Liverpool ue.
!. o) London New Yoi k... Liverpool ..Dee. 26
Tib Queon. New York. ..Liverpool.. Dec. M
U.KIi gUoui ISew Y'orl(....tjUie-Miw Dec 16
Uellona New York...lH)iidoii, De.
St. Laurent New 'ork...Kuvro Dec. M
Peiuvltin Portland Liverpool -Deo, 'M
Col Cork New Vork... Liverpool ., uft t)
C. Oi Halllmore.New Y'ork... Liverpool Jan. 2
COASTWISK. DOHttS'hc. X'lC.
Mlf!sHlppl New York...Klo Janeiro Dpc. 53
Morro Castle New York... Havana ieo. 21
J'uUu .Phtlaaft..,..lsew Urie&ns Dec. us
Wyoming Prdlm)R........fc;rwar.riuU Dcc. lis
SiHNsandSirtDesPhliaa Havana ....Jail.
Malls Mt forwarded hy every steamer In the reuular
linen. 'I lie steamers for or from Liverpool call at
liuemstown, except the Canadian line, which ea. I at
Londonderry, Tiro steamers tor or from the Conti
nent ctdl at KnuthainoK'O
SleamshlpI'ioneer.CainarlnH, Wilmington, N. C PlU-
ludi-li lilaund foutheru filnil siteujiisliin Co.
fiieiiiiiHhiii Human, Haker, Uosion, 11, Wlimor Co.
Heamsbli J. W. iLveruiau, Vauce, Klclimoiid, W. P.
CI joe A Ia).
Bnrui'e Providence CoaHlMPt, London, MerchantAC),
M r New York, Jones. Washington, W. P. Clyde ACo.
Ut'r 11. L. Uaw, Her, Lalnuiore, A. Urovea, Jr.
a lfUTnwn ......... .
i.. i,.i n-eaco, VVorllLCer. IS d-..yH Irnm dentiife",
wiu ' 'ie.nr O'id mutass to Madeira S l anuria. '1owh1
up iinm ie llraadywlin by Ink America. Kxno
i iei.cMl considerable roiiRli weamer Irom lat. an s.
Lrcoeutered mueli lee in the river: wbm cut conslde
rtley oy It w hile beluj; towed up. Pasted in the bay
and river a Luu.ber ot schooners, bound 11 n; a lieriei.
brig laden wiih lumber, at auchor abreast of the
BaiqiiA Antelope. White, is dByH rrom Halt Cay. T.
L. w lui suit to Wni, liuiLiu 4 buu. lowed up by toe
tug America. .
Q v r, ATmiVEDBATrUDAT.
li.nl .'r l.'.y'lJJ!i,"ryiS lr0ni J'CWSODVllle, with
Jun.ber to J. H. rSuNk Co.
t ebr Kophla Wilson. Nowell, 8 days from Uoaion
wlm muse, lo captain, '
tsieami-r lc Wililnu, Cundllt', l.i hours from Balti
more, with indite, to A. Uroves. Jr.
Ccrrmpmuhnct nf tht 'hiti,itr')ihin F.rrhnnor.
LkW KB, Del., Dec. 1H-8 i. w Unique li my, from
BueLoa Ayres, lor orders, Bud briK Henry Perkins,
lrt.m Kingston, Ja., lor Pullttdelyhls, are at llie
.Paiqiie It G. W. Dodge from Philadelphia for Mar
selibs: brlKS Karlaui.a 1 V. from do. lor L'sbom aud
fanny Sutler, tri.iu do. for bttoi xt-towu. H, C.. betore
revolted at (he Die&kwater, wem to sea this ranruluir.
. .".hl? TYV,m'u' Teal, for Pulladelphla.cleared
al Kavaiinab Hub lusu
BteauiHlnpNormau, Crowell, heuce. at Boston Istu
Bai.iue Jenny, Hartmon. hence, at Bremerbaveii
3d 1 list.
Uaiqua Itacbel. Mitchell, at Cardenas 10th Inst., for
a pen nortb o; Haiierss.
BatqoeTnomas Dailett, Duncan, from Rio Janeiro
C01. ( via Delaware Breukwater 1Mb Inxu, at New
York laid, wlm com e, Wasltidavs m.rlQ ot Jlat
leras. Ou Ibe 7lh lust., when 15 miles oft the Light
ship, experienced a beavy K w. ga-e, durlinc which
was b'owu oft llie coast with less ot topsail yard, lore
sail and fortuipsam bein also short ot lirovlslons.
pot luto Delaware Breakwater.
Barque Neptune, reported of and from Kingston,
Ja , l.deD wnb eiiRar for Pulladelpbla, at Key West
latb leal., leaklBK badly.
BrlKeorim K Dale, Harding, tor Philadelphia,
tailed from Palermo rub ull.
Hcl.rK. A.Couaut, Brandlberg, hence, at Havana
Hebr Prairie Bird, at Cardenai loth lust., tor a pin
norlb of llatteras.
Hcbr Louisa Smith, Craig, hence for Boston, at New
Y'ork 18ib lint.
fccbr M. c. McMabao, Call, hence, at Wllmlugtoo,
N. C. 17th Inst.
8ebr Cbarm. Raker, hence at Providence 'S'b Inst.
Bebr Clara. Barrett, lor Philadelphia, was loading
S( Wlloilmlon. N. ().. 17lh limt.
Hcbr George W. Krebs. Carlisle, bene. atAlexan-
f-hr r. omord, Jlre and O Y"n Ywnr 'ina
I-iis.ci. M l'aCltui, at Al-imv liu.c4u iukU
Sehrs A. H. ltd wards, Bartlotl and M. D. Trotandj
Ireland, for Philadelphia, ware loading aHJoarlesiou
17th Inst. ,
hchrs K. A. Oonklln, Daniels; Cyros Fossett. Hard I
Ir g: A. K. Valentine, Bayles; Annla May, May: aud
F. Nlekerson, Kedcy, hence, at Boeton ism Inst.
Pcbr K hlnnlckson, Dlckersnn. fraui Boston for Phi
ladelphia, at Holmes' Hole I7ib lost,
siel.r J. B. Knnwies. tiraut, bence for Boston, at
Bnimfs' Hole isth lust.
Hehr Lucy Holmes, Kills, benoe, at Plymiaih 151b
Bchrs Julia Fllr.abetb, Candage, and William Penn,
Davis bence, at Halera 17th Insi.
HohrilcDL.Bmlib, buiiib, benoe, at Mobile 15th
HieamprTodtsc. Hebart, for Philadelphia, cleared
at New York luib last.
KOTICK TO MAKINFK8 '
Notice Is btrsby given that llie first-class Iron Can
Buoy which receoily drilled from Its munrlugs on
Bread love Rock, entrance to Portland Harbor, ale.,
has been replaced.
Portland, Dto. 16, 1864.
David O. Horton, Hell Gate pilot, roporte tha Bony
Ou Hucresa Knck, westward ol Hand's Point, has bsen
carried away hy some means unknown, Immediate
measuns shonld be taken to have It replaced, a 11 is
dsi'geruas lo vessels beating In or out ot Long Island
Tin Obkat Piotobiai. Amncau "Hosteller's
United States Almanac for 1810," for distribution
gratis, throughout the United Slates aud all civilized,
countries of tba Western Uemlarbere, will be pub
llshed about the first of January, and all who wish
to andcrstand the true pbllosopbyof health should
read and ponder the valuable suggestions It eon
tains. In addllloa to an admirable medloal treatl.ie
on the causes, rreveutlon, and cure ot a great Ta
riely of diseases, It embraces a large amount o
Information Interesting to the merchant, the me
chamc, the miner, the farmer, the planter, and
profeeslanal man; and the calculations have been
made for such meridians and latitudes as are mos',
suitable for a correct and comprehensive National
The nature, uses, and extraordinary sanitary
(fleets Of HeSTtTTKB'S bTOMACH BlTTUHS, t10
staple tonic and alterative of taorjx than halt tbe
Christian world, are lu'ly set forth In Its pages
which are also Intersperse! with pictorial llluura"
lions, valuable recipes for the household and farm
humorous anecdotep, and other Instructive and
aniuslrg readlug matter, original and selected
Among tbe Annuals to appear with tbe opening of
the year, this will be one ol the most useful, and may
tc had for the diking, Send for copies to the Ceutral
Mauulactery at Pittsburg, Ta,, or to the near.''
dealer lu Uostkttkb's HroHAOH Bittkks. Trie
liiiTHss oie Bold In every city, town, aud villa-re,
and are txleuslvely used throughout tneen'.lre clvi
Woti.pPF.u & DaoiHiut (successors to C. A. Bntuo,
shirt mannractureis end wholesale r.nd retail dealers
In Ladles' and teats' Furulslilug Goods, are uiakl.-k
at their two stores, the main one No, 27 Norta
Llghth street, tbe brauch, No. North Ninth street,
a magnificent holiday display. Tae reputatlo.i
which these two establishments have acquired U
well merited; tor at them every purchaser can Had
artieleB exactly suited to his Lucy, and lu bjyiu has
the attain assurance that the goo.s will accord will)
the representations. The iles3ia. Woelpper are
w ide awake, and Lilly up to the times. Nothing now
In their Hue makes its appearance but they at once
secure It. Tli?Ir thorough budnOiS enterprise aa.l
activity have made their two eaiubllsUmenta great
popular depots for furnishing goods of every descrip
tlon, Entire satl.f notion both In the. quality aud price
of goods Is guaranteed, and no person can utter tbe
complaint that he was ever deceived at either ot the
slorer. Ouly let ths . rial be made and the remit wll
be tumid to be Just warn auy mm aciii.iiiieil w ki t'm
slam. ink' ot the places couitl have predieieu a doier
miiiallon to puichase there, aud M no ot'aer plitcn, lu
Thk ustlul always Lm jut desirable. tiTho prepRri
tloi: b made by Ritchie, at No. 29 North KigUtn u'.rect,
Jor the hclltlaj season, are appreciated by every o ie
who contemplates making pre. eats. He has gov i 1
b!s line s:ock kld-liuod loves, ties, scarfi, su:
penders, lluou caaibr.c handkerchiefs and milliters:
a'to, a toed assortment of purtemonuales, cigar e..se i,
bbir brushes, combs, aud a thoiuaad other -rack.i,
useful aud orutmental. CAll at No. 29 North U'.iUi
street If you want any kind of goods cheap.
Ji:wki.hy. Mr. William W. Cassidy, No. 12 South
becond street, has the luigest and moet attrat:livo
aortment of flue ewe.ry und hllverware utheclty
Purehastrs can relyopon obamlug a real, pure arti
cle lurnbhed at a price which cauuot ba eiualled.
Ho alBO Pas a litrgo stock of American vVesleru
w niches lu all varieties aud ut all vrices. A vlnit to
Us store Is sure to result in pleasure aud profit.
Win l'lNus and Paiitii'.s can be supplied with tho
siii.ie old Bptei's i,rt Grape Wiur so loug eolhO.fi.tiU
In this country and Kuropo for Us puiity atul rP:h
body. Sold by Johrston, Hollow-ay & O.)., No. Uji
Arch street; ff'ied. Drown, corner l'lftn and Cheanui
aed other druggists. Also, Thompson BUc.t Co.
con.er Droad aud C-hesuut streets.
Roloif, Wintkv. C11 anoka ui.u Weatuks pro
duces CR'-oirhs. Counts, Disorders of the Luuks, oie.,
which Jav.nk's Exi'Hctobant as promptly cures, II
faltliiul'y admliilatered.Bold everywhere.
FCHEELE LICKFKLD. On the 13-h Instant, by
Lev. W.t.'aibcari.O.SC'Ait sCIi :El,K to IA I'lllLDli
HCKH-.LD, both ot ibis city. No cards.
bM ITH WILSON. -On the 17th Instant, by Rev. J.
11. MeCorkell, iir. WILLIAM. 11. bill I'll 10 Airs.
C1I Lr It LAWSON.-On December 17, istls. iu
Lowell. Mass., N. 11. UHLKK.ul thiaclty, to 1' AiNN Y
i'., dauhter ol Thomas 11. Lawsou, of LoaoII. "
ALLFN.-In this city, alter a short Illness, I9A
liH I. LA v., wile 01 Frank t, Allen, and duulw of
Daniel A. Jont-s, of Chicago, ageil 27 years.
Notice of the luueral will be given. t
KOHS IU-O11 the l'J'.h Instant, Mm. ET.IZJt.BETH
ROKKtl, lu lhe7utb year other age."
'i he relatives and lriendB oi me family a'e lu vlted
to at.end the ruueial, Irom lu-r Kite rehi Jeuce, No al l
Itiebiuoiid ttlite-l, ou w euuoouuy atieruoou at, 1
THOMSON, On the joth Instant, at her husband's
rcsidei ce, JNo. H13 !S. Twelfth street, .Mrs. HaKAli f.
TltOMsi iN, wtte of J"mes W. Tbomsou, M. It.
Hie relative and mends ot in inuiliy are respeet
fuliy lnviied 10 alteud llie fuuural serviets, ut Hie
lioiiHe, on Tuesday, the 221 Insiaul.at loo'elock A. M.
(W nmiugton, Del , and Licumoud, Vm.. papers plenne
ZJ UKP.-On the l'Jlh Instant, CAROLINE C.
ZJ. UNs, in her Nub year.
The luueral services will take place at the residence
of her husband, Uldeou erna, No. 7S1 n. tSffo.d
street, ou Tuesday ailo. noon at2o'oiock. 1 no rela
tives and friends are Invited to alteud The ie..iiliis
will becouveyed to (SwedesOorougii, New Jersey, ou
s tdnesday morning early, lor lutermeut. J
Am e 11 1 c a IT
Life Insurance Company,
S. L. Corner Tourtli aud Walnut Streets.
JH'Thit IiuMulion ho no tuperutr in the United
AM US CMC NTS.
TiMtA'S eMKHlCAN VARIETY THEATRK 3
Jj UVtitY i-VUNlNH AND HAIUKDAY
bit BAT COMBINATION TROTJPB,
In Grand Hallets, Kih'oplan Burlesquaa, Bongi
Dances. Panioinlmea, Oymuaut Acta, eto.
C Abj fcKNTZ' AND MARK HASSLEU'S OR-CHK-TitA
WATINU.KH, iSVhHY BA 1'UHDA Y
at e. M IN Ml blCAL UND H ALU blngle Ad
mission. So emu-, fackage ol 4 llckeui, 1, alilouer'.
Nu.ltQ2CmuNl)Tbt.. and at the Dour. Ul U
A M ERICA N CONSERVATORY OP MUSIC
J. t V. TY -1-1F1 U ilATIN KK J N. s.
t.o b diaue i'peert, Iuaimurotlea Day, Mn-n 4
bis t'.v-it LCu.Wiik. evlumu. U u iui
pHESNDT 8TRKET R K A 1 INO RIVK,
L.incf IWKKTY-THtrtD and errKSKTPTS reels.
, ritKldent-JeNskfil T. TUoH kl..
Trei.su: er-R. II A MM h, 11.
Wll'lam O. Moorhua I. Mattliav Balrd, R. D, Bur
Clay, John Vallon, James it. Campbell, timber Jjook,
aud JU, 11. irowr.
WILLIAM K SINN, Msnaer.
TU1B MAON1F1CKM' SlRUilll'RE
WILL US: TH HU N Uf EN
FO'.t r-K ATI NO
ON OU A HO' T
8STH OK DLOK MUKft.
Tba llulldlng 11 hy lie feet.
. . 'Ibe Main Dail In5fi fpt hluh,
1 he stating surface will be l!M by 90 lent. The lartre
.Kelrett.meni it- un In the Drexa Circle will oe I 1
ciiRige of an exeerlei eed ca erer wnere iy-iets,
coflfi.etc will besTTMl In tinescp Innahle at vie.
A line Band bas bi eu engaged, winch will dlacinrse
Auip eftatirg Konm fur five thousand spectators
Is 1 rovlfled In smnhlthcalre form upon the si its 01
the Immense building.
I'lve hundred lets of gas will by night
ILLUM1NATK THE OAY bCKNK.
The rules anil regulations tv 111 ha strict enough to
please ibe most precise, and guarantee perlojl ord.r
at all times.
V llllng attendants will alwnys be ready to aiaitt
LA IU K"i AND OHILD.IEN
In putting on f kales
Dnrlrg tbe season the best Lady and Gentlemen
Hlar fckatprs of ibe country will appear and glv
UKAND fXniRITlONH OF TIIK A It P, BjTfl
AFTKKNOON AND KVK.NIMO.
Prlzrs win be awarded hy the Directory to the roost
sktlllul skaters, and the young members will aU j
C HNIVAL8 WILL UK HELD FREQOENTLT.
bis en tern be was pn Jct. d last tuniuier by a fv
of our Orsicltlr.ens, a hos. character and wel.-kuuwo
energy give Ibe
1 1 LLJSoT AHbUIt ANCK Of RVCCE3S AND GOOD
Pegardln. the soccers of the project tbere ean bs bt
doubt, as llie bulidi. g 's la euoed lor a pnblle hall, to
be osed for 01 certn t liu'rh Fairs, Festival, Con
vemlnus, A grieuui.ral Kzhibitlonn, etc.
The loe Is ouly a few Inohes la deplb, and Is frr..an
solid to a remnrted bottom so that no tear can ba
entertained of broken ice and wet feat. It will easily
1 WO THOTje AND HK ATKR8.
The great argument uxed by ,adies, Gentlemen
Tai puts, and Physicians against this healthy exercise,
ba.bien tbe liability of caichlm; cold atturskatlug
and then standing In the open air nponlhelceor
snow, exposed to raw, cold winds. Mere you arj
unite nntler cover.
No WIND, NO ywOW, AND BCT A 8TE FROAI
IcE TO DKY KLOOK, CO.MFOKTABLE
BEATS, OH WARM bllTINU
KOOMb. PALE OF PEA SON TICKETS
TO COMMENCE TUESDAY, DEC. 22,
AT THE (STOMA OF
PA1IPEL IL PI1ILLUH, No. ViM Chesnnt St.: and
WILLIAM P. U. COVtKt'S NEWS EXCIIANtiE
Lontlnenlal Hotel and Philadelphia Post Ofllce.
SCALE OF PKlCiW FOR bKASON TIUEErj,
Good for hkatlug Hnuoi:-
(Jentleman and Lady ;o
Chtlnreu under H ears . g
single admission day
Blncle adrolpslon.aveulug M
Hink open Morning, A iterno in. and Wli;li H
AMERICAN ACADEMY Ol1 MUSIC.
OK -I II K
CREVTsBT LIVING ARTISTE,
JIKH. fetOTT WIDDoNiJi.
wl-.owlil be sustained by the entire Coiur any irom
lU6 NEW YORK THEATRK,
IneliK'li'P D Harklns. W. DsviiIk -, C. T. Pa-slop Jr
J. Dunn, F, Gosl1u -Ire. Maile Wilkms, ba;dee Col."
etc, etc. '
t ommtliclnir on
TliLDAY NTGTIT, Dec. 24,
CriKI TJt Ab .VE,
C1IRTSTMAS 1 1 riday) AFTERNOON.
Al Ml I'l'lUSTMAH NlOHT.
fcATLRDAY At l'Eit Oo-N, DdC. 21,
THE LAHT TTME,
SATURDAY NIGHT j'ec. 19.
THE KLPi-ivTOrRE KXIllUti'ED
Will. ik ludk
AS YOU LIKE IT.
ULtH ADO A BUT NOTHING.
KING RENE'S Da UGH I Kit.
KA'lDKI'.IM-: AND PS.T -tt't 1 1 TO
rlHOOL FDR M!A miai,
rOI'UIAR TRTCr FOK THE ItOLIDAld.
ADMISSION, 7." CENTrt.
)'KS. RV EO f EA I S l.
FAMILY' CTKCLE ANO am PUITHEATRE, 50
Tho fain of spat will commence at Trumoler'a
JlUf-.o Htore. No. : Chesnut street, on Tined iy
mertili t. December ii, at 10' clock. u
"ill E S N U T STKE E T TIIEATRE.
MONDAY AND '1 I.K-3DAY KVKNING.s '
INITIAL Nl jUTd
VEKY FACSJ NcW.
CHAMiE OF PROGRAMME,
f tartllng Ei-iestriaii tienis. Novel Oymii.i-tici
Ai rooat c Wociiejs Clatsio Groupings, etc., e;e, in
troducing the lolloA'iiie
b'f alt TROUPE.
Mr. Thomas Watsou, HI r. Charles Rivers, Mr. Ja'np?
llarklns, Sar. l'hiio Na-haoH, Mr sam Long, Fuk
In. L. Lsze.le, 'ine st.iou Kaml'y, Mr. George Haeii.
paid, Mi. Jor. n -i rewalla, Mr. ll Hunting, auu'ii,,
Eliza Ker.ycu, MaOanie tamliia, Master iuudie, aud a
bout ol wen-H'leel, il pujt lliiruw.
,r. C. liLN YoN will introduce the beautiful fqulno
WJ DNHSDA AMI yATrntD.VY.
h;i 1 lti us Matinees.
da Isslon lo rue il atluoes. 2i and tU ceutu, Doo s
01 in ul 1 o'c.eck: con meree a' .
CHe.lslM.t-i l AY,
THREE GRAND I'EKFOriMAVCES.
Kor. lug -1 It'; At' crie ou a-1; Night at 7.
1- veiilii Aiiiuls.lon 2i cell's. 5'.i oeuts. and (I.
NO F.NTRA CII.aUUK IOR KeBEKVED BEAT J
MRS. JOHN DREW'S ARCH STREET THE.
ATKK. Uekiiis at hall-paBl 7.
CI I P IS ' M A WHK AT THE A RCIT,
Monday and lutbiiav hVENlvuij,
A LESSON IN LOVE.
Mrs. JOBN DREW e Mrs. Suthcrlacd
Allied by the tun Conn-Buy.
After ivMtb Craig's BililiK BLEU E, by Cra'g,
II lutue, Jhiuts, Mutkay, Mua Davenport, Mt3,
'll.Hyer, ar d Mrs. ( reese.
NnliiPMlay.-A FLAMtf OF LIGHTXING.
MATINEE ON CD HIS I'M A IS AFTERNOOV.
WALNUT ST. THEATRE. BEQINs"atT
MH1H (Monday ) EVENING, Deo. 21, '
Dlou Reiicleault'e Ureal Comedy, In live actj, of
OLD llEADb AND YoLAG 11 EAKT-.
To conclude with Morion's thrilling Drama of
'1HE WRITING ON THE WALL.
WEDNlbDAY BENEITT OF MR, CHARLES
Mr. RICHARD PEN 1ST AN as." Sbylock
For the CliriHlmas licillunvs.
THE ORANGE GIRL A CD Rid 1 M AS STOP. Y.
lit'B been months la active preparation, and win ba
CH Hits! MAS AFTERNOON AND EVENING.
Ml KATRE COJHQl'i", SEVENTH STREET
toieLtcSee aur Mam--.ei J. t". OUE'JOltV
APPEARANCE THH hVKJlSU 4y
ol the young aiiO celeoratea L rlc ArtUte,
COMIC ENGM'sIl OPERA COMPANY,
lho will prebeul "Lrvvi" bparklli.g Opero:ta ol
Mlsi Sl'fAN OA LI on s FancUe'te
atflH.td by ' . nuiio EngilMli tpt ra Cumpauy."
i-rev.ou to "Opera" Hie Coiu"ilina of
A PHENOMENON IN A SMOCK FRO'JK.
AUml'Slon. 6ii. '.ii, and i.r cuns. Roxei ".
CDRIjiTMAM MATINEE AT '1' iVO.
SA'l URDa Y MA 1 1 NEE AT TWO,
Ffoureo Seals at Tru :p,er'n, No. vie I'uenuut street.
1 11 A N l CONG E R T.
A GR ND CONCERT will be given at CONCERT
HALL ou TUEoDAY EVENING. d lust., at H
THOMAS" E. ITARKINS,
In corju' ctlou with the following dlstlngulihed
'"'""'"MADAME JOS7CPHINE SCHIUPF.
MIBd Oi'LIN A A. CUNNING ION.
GEORGE F. RISIIOP,
BUUri A. CLARKE, and others.
Ticket, Olo Dollar. They iiu.y beooialued at the
Music stores of Mrs- rs. Trumpler. No. KJU Cbesuut
streol; Reiiir .V. Co, No lli2 Ulmmu'. street; aud at
P. F. LunnlughHin's No. 2IBH. Third street; Eugene
Cummltkty's, No. Um7 Chtsnut stree ; F. Donnelly's,
No. W10 Chrls'lnn street: and Istac Mulllu's south
west cuiner of Gefmautowu road and Maxie.r
Street. 12 111 St
CONCERT HALL, C1HLSNUT STREET,
WEDNESDAY. Dec. 21,
P11INMAH T. HAKNUM,
PHINEAB T BaKNUM,
l'HINl-AB T. IJiltM'M,
I'lllMAS T. IURNUM,
PhINEaS T. lliltMHI,
PHINEAB T. BARNUM,
will lecture on
''111- ALT OF MONEY GETTING, OR SUCCESS
MOKFTrt, FIFTY CKNT1.
For tale at Trumpler'H Muilo fctore, No. ? Che.
nut sireet. UlUa.
nHE PUBLIC REHEARSALS OP THE (!ER
J MANIA URCIil'blRA at Horticultural Hall
wll) be Ulr continued on account of tbe Hall having
bttn prevlt uly engaged. 1 bey will be resumed on
Engagements ran be made by addressing G.BAB
TEl'.Y No. '-21 MONTLR. Y t'f.t 1; WlUI.'s Music
htore No le.'l Chcenui stiecl; A -Ore's Music Htora
No iiti CLei-L.S.ntl. Ill U dm
THOMAS A. (SONS, KOS. 13y AND Hi
b. FOURTH. HI HKKi. ' 1 J ' ' 141
BUNTINO, DORBOROW A CO.. AUCTIOH.
FEKH. N. Ji2 and KM MAMhT HIr M,.?.
ol Rank .ire. Buooeo-o John & & tM
BALK OF iWOCAHKB HOOTA.BnOKS.ETa
. On lutKday MorultiB iii iVst
December M, at 10 o'c.ood foorlnonlhs-'cred1
LARGE BA I K OF RRITHH, FRENCTT 6j hv a w
AND DOMI.HTJC DRY UWDH, V'
r. . On 1 hursdsy aiorulnc
Dtc.21.at lflo'clrwk.on hior moamS'credlt li-i
Ah,,'K.r.Nu. CLOA UrtrKm 18,1
11.1 11 op,ct,'i 0 piece Ingratn, Venetian
lloororrero'thTerr' " M uffi
.,.p"IeNo' 811 N- K'wventh street.
BUPFRIOU FURMTlRE ROBEWOOD PIAlo
WIHIMIR8. AXMINBIER, JbRuUliLfs. ANri
O'l DER CARPETH, KTU uo'-"i AMD
On Tuesday kerning,
December ii. at lo o'clncs, aiNo. ellrT. meventh
street, above Green street, by catalogue, the antlra
.......... ........ ia.1,,1 Dui'virai Tvaiiiut, prior and
dlnlrg roomlurultuie. line French pla e round mantel
mirror, tine toned rosowood piano, made by scuo
nikCknOo,i French clilna and glasswaie, walnut
niretaiy and bookcases, waiutil aud m.Ali.iuaii
chamber (nrnltore, tine feather beds and hairmau
ireises, turerlor waidrobea line Axmlnsler. R-u
lels. and Imperial carpels, am., eto,
Also, r.frl.erators, kitchen furniture, etc. 12 IS 31
PALE OF REAL ESTATE AND STOCKS.
s . On Tuesday
wmi i1".- M 12o'olotk' UOOD' -l th t-change,
tlT JBU,M No il.l-Modern Rea'Cenoo
CliRlisTIAN, Nos. tin to mu-Sixteeu now D.vell-
"IRIDOE, No. IMC Frame Dwelling:.
STOKY, No 4 86-llrlck Dwelling,
THIRD (South) Ko,!M- deru Residence.
TWELFTH (Nor'b), No. 6'8-Moderii Rs dece 1?
by lOu feei; bas til the nitileru co-iveulenuea.
1MNE, No, 222S-Modern Residence.
OREJ N1ANE, Twentv -first ward-Valualiie Lot
, BLACK AND COATEiS-First-clasa Grala L!sri.
. Fer ace, nnt of whom n'may concern
50 shares 1 reverton Coal and Railroad Co,
413 shares i preferred stock of Ibe Dauphin and Sua.
tjd) 2 scrip ol tho Dauphin and Susquehanna Coal
For other accounts
11 shares Bank of Northern Liberties,
aw shares Bank of North America
6 a hares Academy of Mualc, wltu ticket.
20e shares McCilutcckvIPe Oil Co.
40 shares Ceutral Transpi r.allnn Co
10 share s Chesai eake and DeUware Canal Co.
26 shares Fourth Nat onal Bank.
1 share Academy of Flue Arts.
24 auarea Faimers' and Mechanic' National
im shares Second and Thlid Etreets Paisenger Rail
luo shares Rrosd Top Improvement Co.
mhsrebbtsubonville and Indiana Rall-oad Co.
. flOKUeecenu MortKageColnmbus and Indianapolis
Central Railway, 7 per cent , A lull and October.
f 18.W o stenhenvllie and Inul na 1st m'g., j,er cent.
in i hares Western National Rank.
Catali gues now ready. 12 18 3t
f-ploNo. 144 Norb Eleventh street.
ELIGANT lUltNl'l URE, MIRRORS, ROeEWOOD
PIANO. FINE t ARFEI B, ETC.
On WeOueN.lny Morning,
December 2a. at iu o'clock, at No. H I4 North F.Je
vt n.ii stieet, above Mauler street, hy catniORiie, the
entire Elegant Furniture, comprising Haiulsouie
Walt u' Put lor Furniture Flue Green Plush Covering:
f leiiBiit Rc.iewood Piano, mau by A.brecut, Klenea
ct SchDiull; Elegrri Mantel, and Pier Mtrrorj; Supe
rior V aluut becrelary and llookoase; Superior Wal
nul 1 'nil g-Reom Fin nilure, China and Glasiware;
'1 wo Bulla of Flegaul Walnul Chamber Furniture;
Itoisto.s acdPillowb; Fine Hair Jlailre st; Eiegaut
liru-sels and other Carpet ; K ilclieu Furullure, etc.
May be exi.niieed at s r.'c.oek on the umrnieg olsale.
Hie entire Furullure wta made to order, an-l In
equal to new. . U.tiiii
MA RUN BROTHERS, AUCTIONEERS.
(Lately t-filei-u.en mrM. Tin-mas t Bous.)
No. Ill CUiifcN UT Bt., ."ear entrance lrum Minor,
ELEGANT CHRISTMAS ROOKS, CHOICE If-
lls'lRATPD AND STANDARD WOitKb IN
On Tuesday Evening,
Tec. 21, at 7 o'cl' ek. at .lie auction room. 529
Chesnut s reet. by raist'ogue, an eveellem co! e itlon
ol Slue ii oks le-r Ibe Holidays, lucludiiig choice
Eugl Bh lljiisi ted -ork L. line blnolima: it variety
ot new and popular Juvt-t'lle books; line Colored toy
boot's, slat rind wotks, e c.
May be examlred on Mondsy and Tuesday. 121031
Bale No. E21) Chrsriut strret
FIFHANT WALMT U.iLSs.HOLD FPRNI-Tlll-:
IN OIL AND VARNISH; Fi N E FRENCH
llA'l hi MlKltt'lH, h LEG A NT CHKKI RtNU
PIANO 1-OMTE, HANDSOME GAB OHANDK
Lli RS, HANDSOME. EiNGLiSH BRIi -4-iELS
AM OTIlrlt CAHPE'is:- 1-INB I EA I'll Ell
RhLS. YEKY BUFERIuR FIRE-PROOF BAFEd.
On Wednehdav Morning.
Dre. rs at 10 o'clock, at the Auction Room", No, P29
thesuut street, by caialtmue, a very excePen'. OiBort
inenl o Household Furniture, Including fj,saut
ualiiUtand plush tiiawleg-rootxi and parlor lurniiure;
lu lulls ljauuiouia VM.ln.it cbambrtr furniture
u variety of sivleg and palteres, fuiln' ed In oil and
vsrniBh: handsouio walnut and oa dining room fur
i Pure. iii.e French plate maulel and Her mirrors,
uprleht frame; buudsome g-s chandeliers and hall
1 1 1 naiils, tce China end g'a. s eie. leather hedt aud
htdding. miuiresRei. hmidnoiue E'i.IinIi Drusseis,
In i'tr i.1. aud othbr cari eif-; as consuuiiugaud cuok
i.ig .'loves, lartte und excellent tire-proof safes, wade
by Ki bus it V tit e ii , Marvin, and others.
TARLE AND POCKET CU 1 LERY, BK ATES ETC.
A Iso, an Invoice ol fine table and pocket cut.ery.
skatt s, etc.
liLSGANT CHICKKP.ING PI A NO FO .t T 15.
Alro, al VI o'clock, legnnt rosewood 7-ootave( h;ck--erleg
plai.o-lorLe, muslorack, and siojI, U2i 2t
THOMAS fclKCH A FO?, AUCTIONEERS
AND COMMISBION 1; ERCTf ANTt!, No, 11a
OHIS-.NUl Btrcet; rear eutrauco No, 1107 t;niitk i;i
GREAT PA LF OF FIRST-CLA S3 8ILVKR-PLA TFD
WARE, ELEGANT FANCY GuODd, FINE lOYH.
On Tuesday Morning,
At 11 o't lock, and In me evening at ?,', o'clock, at
the auction store, will be sold, a Block o; liiBt-claoa
silver-plated ware at d other goods bulled for CIiihl.
mat piesenls. liiu.i
PER EM. P'i'UKY SALE.
SiLKOF FIP.MM. LAH SILVER PLATED W ARE
AND CC1L1.RY. Rttll CHINA AND ROHE-
MIAN GIASS VAf-El AMI FANCY HOOUi.
(JiOtKt. DEsKS. WORK ROXES, TOYS, ETC.
On Tuesday morning.
At '0 o'clock, at Ibe Auction btore. No. 1110 Chesnu t
street, vwil be bold ibe lat gent assortment of superior
silvier pli.Ud waie aud euiiery otlred tins Beasoa,
coinprlMi.g wai.ers, tea sets, Ice rilchers, fruit stands,
coven d entrte dishes, castors pickle stands, butter
tllsheH, jsi y stanos, cake aud sugar baxkets, urns,
card piales, oyster luieens syrup pitchers, kettles,
egg ttam.s 1 U, u Blends, etc
eUTl.ErsY IN CAsEs Oee cabinet completely
luiuiMl.ed wl.li fi e cutlery and tauie plateu ware,
CI. sis with sets of ivory aud pearl haudled cutlery,
FANCY' GOODS-Alsn line China and Robemlan
fltsn aie vases, toilet sets, and laucy got da, suitable
ler CUrlblmas presents.
Hie sale wPI be continued i.t iie evenlne at
o'clock, and will Include an esHortuieut of Karnes,
leys, wrolng disks, work boxes, fa. cy liiUiuails
ooIIh IsdleH'coiiipanlons, dressing casea, portloiios,
.valcU stands, eto lzlS-t
FAI-F OF FINK RWIBH LACE CURTAINS.
J-MEROlDtRItD PlANuAND TARLEtOVERS
On Wednesday morning,
At 10 o'clock, at the Auction Btore, will be sold an
Invoice of 11 uu curtains, etc, ll zl 21
SCOTT, JR., AUCTIONEER.
1 HOT'I'K ART GALLERY.
No. l(2u C11EUNUT street, Philadeluhla.
(SPECIAL BALK OF ROSEWOOD PIANO 4. WAR-
RaNIED. HV A CELERPATED NEW YORK
MANUFACTURER. AND HIGHLY FINISHED.
. Ou Tuesday Morning,
Deo. 22. at 11 o'clock, at Bcoti's Art Gallery, No. KK0
CheKiuit si rec t, will be sold, an Invoice or pianos, vl,;
2 No. 1 class 7-oetave overslruug rosewood pianos,
iNo. isclaks 7-octave overstrung rosewood pianos,
2 No. 8 class 7-octave overstrung rosewood pianos,
aIbo, one 7-octave rosewood piano, richly carved by
Ralley. Tbe handsouiesl ai'd best lnstrumeul lu th is
country or the vtor'.d, the mate of which wan sold for
Ail oi the above warranted of the best flnlah.byone
Of the mt st celebrated manufacturers lu this country
or elcewhere. 1- lb Ut
V. Mc CLEFS A CO.,
NO. tun MARKET Bireet.
BALK OF 17C0 CABEB ROOT8, H HOES, BBOGANS
Ou 'I'l.urnday Murulug,
December 24, comniei.c-in al lo o'clock, we will sell
by cialogue, for cash, 17uu cases men's, boys', aud
youths' boom, shoes, brogans. balmorali, etc.
Also a superior assortment of women's, misses',
and children cj'y-made goails. U .a i
LAPK A IVANS, AUCTIONEERS, NO. C30
CHEBN DT Bireet.
Will sell TH IH DAY, Morning and Evenlns,
A large Invoice of Blankets, Red Spreads, Dry OoOd,
Cloths, Caealuieres. Doalery, Btaliouexy, Table an4
l ot ket L'uilery. No.lous. etc.
City aud couutry merchauts wtll find bargains.
Terms oath, ... .
Goods packed free of charge W
Limin( orr, roN co.. AUcricrEus,'
te-Ua.K-T R'wiLDING.Nt.iRi MAi.KHT Bt,