TIIE DAITJy EVENING TELEGKAPH. PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1864.
-The Church on whicntUoRock
TIIE JEWS TO BUN THE CARS
lanimicu to bo Suppressed.
i. ..ii.l.t h Im'iiti a tiitr inlt"'l hail
Walnut Street Tlitntre tieen nlli.weil to continue
to loco prnliif by tin' cxhitii ions which Iiiyo re
rntly tikcn 'liec there ti sttimlay cveuiuifs.
Dr. Utulis has tr.iiisfe.ired lit serf MM to the
ILuatre which wc oeievo usetl 1 1 he, known as
tcL,iti"Uju' Olyn.pie. At thh p'nre n itnnll
audience was I --t eveiiiitf ftssjiiiV.ul. We ro
jok, lor the e.iko of tlio religious tono of this
tomriitiiiity, th.it wc have sueeicded hi nullifying,
In KiCHt measure, the tlee:eiieratina; lullueuoes oi
this prfdi-licr's iloi Iritis. To promote a healthy,
oi.il, religious coiivieiiou will l irayn lorm one
f our most elieiisl id (luiici. Wo tiro glad, u
fur, ti nt our endeavor h.iH b en 10 sjib -dily an I
to decidedly successful. Whatever shafts we
Cau liiii'g to hour Bai: st aey doctrine, or want
of dtctrine, calculated to render society worse
luslead of botiir, we shall deem it is not only
our rin'it, but our s.tctoil duly to uu. Even were
ur personal conviction oilier than what they
re, e stit'iiid owe it to the renders of Tim
I'm BoiiAi n to pursue this line of conduct.
Tte person who hm so lately bceu louring at
Its Walnut lectured, last evening, on "lle4 and
Holiness." The discourso was premised with
the remark that he bud often been asked wbat
the Rocs, was on which tliCjCliurcu split i Some
people did not seem to know. He would remark,
ome lor all, that the rock was Ignorance. The
Jjoctor lectured with no much appaieut earnest
rieas that it seemed a pity he should be repeatedly
ticlraved Into an nnfortunato inversion of terms,
Whit h was somewhat confusing to sense, though
productive l laughter und applause, limn pit and
gallery experienced the nio.t cx(iiisito deligiit in
Ills n ill ruled references to the "Church" on which
the "Hock" split. Hut unruly as hid audience
Was, the lecturer received repeated and loudly
asserted e.h.urttnces of sympathy and reciprocity
of fetlipg. Every telling remark was grouted
with the pleased ejaculation of "tbat'ti so," and
several inuividuals of amiable and yielding tem
per:, incni kepi assuring iiim, over and ovcruguln,
lliut "thi y were iigieeab.e." Indeed, this strongly
marked and loudly expressed desire to bo agreo
Htiie liuir be said to have somewhat marred
the character ot the proceedings. Tno people,
were assured that lhu ears ought to run on ritiu
tlav, because it watt not su.-h u very bad thing
at'.'tr all uot neatly us bad as rum-drinluug unit
This elucidation was received with compara
tive cold inns. Hut when the scruples of proless
inp Christians were touched upon, and whon to
Fatlsfy them it was suggested that the Jews should
run the curs, and thus cave l liiistinii proprietors,
ilnvern, and conductors troni lhu sin of violating
the IS ibhutu then thu enthusiasm of thu crowd
oouid be repressed no longer. It came down like
annvaiuuche; uud If J'r. Lnndis had been an
(ipcia singer, a hullo, for lnstunce, bo would have
unu encored to Ihe third time. His allusions to
the tuttu-percha luveution which should neutral
ize the noire were received with comparative in
clilltn neo. The midicmc had beard of that before.
Jim the. substruiiou of Jews lor Christians, as
drivers anil conductors on the Christian Saiibalh,
was au oripnul idea, a stroke ol gtiiius.so to jpeuk.
It was so simple. It sell led the iiiostiou at onee.
Conscience uud comfort were made to doveiail
t' gilher, and Ood and Mammon wero equally
eived. H wis suggested, likewise, that no nuik
vui'.oiis be altowuu to run on timidity. If cars
inuke a noite so do mlik-wagons. Let all lntlk
wniins, ttitn, lie a oiijj.. d. Let us r. 'member the
. Subobiti day and keep ii holy, and go wilhout
inl:k. The tree grew up to treehood by preserv
ing its imc'iity. We uiust grow op to manhood
bv the niiito principles, and one of these was to
stop the in ilk-wagons on tjuuday, a .id to gowitU
With regard to blsunralv audience, Dr. Lnndis
must be praised for his g em iurbcirauee. Ue
SSH1 lie could only pray fur tlieui, for they knew
nui what they were doing. He could only pray
tli at when they wero expertcnc'i-g thu eonsa
cnenci s of their sins, wheu ihey were ruaping the
whirlwind Iney were un:g u.iw, they wou d re
Hirmiici 1 r. Lai.dis ana hmiiura's Oi.l U,.:ia
House. Witny 01 the aud enei' tli-playcd the m tiiu
(illicionsiii ss they had eviueed toe previoiu Kan
day to help hiiu out in his quotations, or to siiit
Kest others. Wi'11 tltuse endeavors wre minlei
kouuds which resembled Iju turreplitious crow
ing of numeious 1 haiuielseis. Ciie.ilars b:i le i
'1 he Jlighteous Khali .Sinl'. r I'urseeunoa." and
(ivirg u.e gratniUuis inter ttutiou that the sp.ai.er
wvs Hoi tor of liisea es and l'aiior of Inu li ue
Church, were uistributed at the door. I. we are
to argue I10111 the si.e and disposition of the
audience of last n:ght, we should say that, how
ever successful he may provu as Doc'or of l)is
utii and lecturer to either sex exclusively, he
mil expect no pructice at all us Tastor of The
lit e Church.
IHMNCJK OF TIIE IHt V.V.
11a. Fobkert'i "Hamlet" and His "Kino
lAtt." llany who aro cntliusiatic admirers of
Mr. Foirebl in a mnltiplicily of characiera sori
vii y object to his rendition of "Hamlet." They
say it 1 too line lor bis handling, too subtle for
bis appreciation. They declare that, like the
vtiuiuia ti milieu, it shrinks from his touch
They admit his stormy grandeur In "Lear," his
u jesty and patrician pride in "Coriolanus," and
all the Ii nuiueiable touches of genius which
color many diameters he ee ays. All these
ehuracti r zaiirns they place in one gallery, which
they love to ti incite and contemplate, but from
Which they sedulously exclude his characterisa
tion of "Humiet."
Vith n ary wen, less lmprtrtl d judges, how
ever, Mr. 1 orient is lUe r. p.eseiita;lve tshuke-
pturiun ueior for all time. They believe that
bis sincle genius embudii's thu reipiisitions fur
ay Hh.tki in ariiin rule. With them his "Hani
let" and his "CJunde Melnotte" aro quite as much
eoaipariscn pictures as Ins "Coriolanus" uud his
"liamon." The surroundings of the pictures,
suid the quality of the chuiactirs way dilfor as
vi'ilc'y as the sepniale anilities.
Hut, aecorillng to these judges, Mr. Forrest
being equal to one tr.tglc character in Hhakusiieare
Is equ tl to nil ; and being the fit interpreter of lhu
world's p'et-iaureuic, is mure than the exponent
if ary dramatist less than he.
W hen that Utopia of the stage shall have been
reached, where every actor is equally adapted for
very part, the pablio will cease to have occasion
ur the exercise of resignation with respect to the
aaevitable shortcomings of even the best pcr
formers tif 6b 0 present day. At that illusory era,
ach scent, every costume, all the incidental
aaic, will !.' historically correct j walking gentlo-
taen will nevei' e pushed into leading juvenile,
and elugtng chiuuteruiitids will never, npon acy
.AND1S AT THE
ajonstoVrntlon, be rcitilr t()
(In thu "moral-
arnntlunal." T lie pre
..tse lino of every employe.
will tie marked out. There will bo
no shantir.g Orffrom the dlreetjroad of theatriciil
business. The dnties of every one being mutu
ally nndersloiHl, every one of course will bo fitted
for bis line of part. Kven shirs will have their
orbits drawn with more restriction. The rensor
dhlp "f "JC B,0SU committed to the public will be
The young itr.l n-xwrlenccd star, liotvever
great hi- ci "I"', "0t b" Il;rD'ilt011 t0 '''"
parts al..ro age nd exrienco are absolutely
necessary. To the matured and triumphant
artist v. ho has thu bulk of a large renown to
repose on if he list, Hie lnliWMh will bo giver,
thst not even the prestige of grc.it ZeuUi"
wondeiful ftic'ss cm it over tbs fiulHof I
any single elitittietiii. tti m. Wiicn that TTtopu
of the f.tuge uirivn the crUk'al ttstc oftlio pu'ilic
will be more thoughtfully rulturcil, rtn 1 it is t )
be hoped all frtUl sciittineii's will ho sunk in
the iiiiituiil interest of live for nrt.
Until that h.ippv hour arrives, we sliall be coin
I elled.inoui remembrance'' of Mr. Forrest, to admit
that he is a giaid reader in v. hatover he msdernikes.
To lind fault with him because his physical Ir iniu
does not coincide with iiireoncptioii of'H'ulet,''
would be as unreasonable as to ase"ribet him
the final credit of po scssing physical properties,
which peculiarly til bi'.u for "Coriolanus" are!
'Lear." No uctor ought t expect to bu equally
great in all characters. No thoughtful lover of
good acting will udiult that 111) can. A contra.lic
tion would be invulve l. The very qMalitios which
render one elinractcrir. it;on pre-eminently good
would make another insipid and tamo. The
meat of one wonld bo tho poison of the other.
So It is with Mr. Forrest's " 11 imlct," nn l Ms
"Lear." His mere enunciation iu bo;U Is abso
lutely pet feet. His "Lear" is a ma .;er,)iece. It
has been a great study with him : it is a great
lesson. No other actor that we know of could
foFhihly equal it. With it, however, his "Ham
let" latinot be racked. Mr. Forrest, in thu
cburai ter of "Hamlet," reminds one of a great
fainter, who extols in mountain scenery, en
deavoring to j. iiiut the ciew, or of 11 grout inusi
ciini, who lor.Mikcs his sonorous chords iu tue
vain endeavor to represent in single noieu thu
silver accents of the luaven-descenditig rain. Tho
character ol "Hamlet," as sweet us it is siihliine,
end as manly as it is uelicatu, eludes the grasp
of the great actor. lie cannot liolil tho
sunshine iu his list. "Wo taw un imaiiuativo
picture once which represented tho subject of it
uieuin. in the midst ot a profd iud darkues an
exquisitely shaped vase, lilled with llowcrs, was
hung. The llowcrs were lurge and f.iutist.e,
strangely bcautiliil in form, und uiado ot silver
liht. From li.eii sti lus and petals a multitude
ol pure rays shot, picrjii g tho blackness with
innumerable lances of light. Tuo chaiacler of
"Hamlet" has many u time reminded us of t.'iis
dreiiiii-plcttire. Amid the llackiie.ss of tho erinis.
tho si. nine, tho agony, the danger which encom
passed him, the duiicatc light ol oi.s pure religion,
his lilial love, his relined philosophy, his tend r
sensitivcne s, illumina'cd tuoir be.tuty uud givo
lorili pertunio wiih its raaiunoe.
The majority of those who witucs Mr. Forroit
have not the opportunity of comparing his role in
"Lear" with that of uuy predocvBrsor. He is the only
"Lear" they kucvof. They cm imagine no. ning
more grand .ind faithful than that picture of tlu
"pour, inlirm, weak, and despised old man." So
keen is their appreciation ol its sublimity tuat they
could not readily oe luuuccu to sain." ion tue run
dition oi' any other uctor. la his pas.don, la his
pitiable pathos, in bis yearning loudness, pre
set veil and evinced when his mind lias most
widely gone astray, tho "iiing Le.ir" of Mr. For
rest Is a great creation, fio taorongii ana general
is the excellence that even its rqiois in tho Him
soiiKtiiiies altogether vunbli, und wo see the
ui nlloyed luminary of g"iiiiH.
Thib cannot be tuid ol "Humljt." It is a marvel
of lino rending. Almost every passage, every iota
of a passage, is enunciated with ex. iiiisite tinish.
liven in those few pn sages where .Mr.Forrestgives
way to what, In his oatlii r caroer, ho was re
minded was his besetting ain, namely, roaring
and snoi tiug to no purpose, the fault was not so
patntui as oi.e jnkln have supposed 1. would bo.
'iliiutighout ino wholw play tho abienee of a
iiitthpbjsical '-Hamlet" was felt a "Hamlet"
whose jeurnirgswe.ro alwfiys alter tho unseen
and lttlinlte, enu the qnietntle ot whose roiigiou
could only find rest In tho bosom of Ood. It is
only the magical and soundless touch of the sun
that can evaporate the dew-drops, and transfuse
litem into itsclt; and it Is only the magical lin
gers of a histrionic genius of peculiar d. li.'iicy
that eim breathe npon the words of Mi ike ipearia
1 1 h 111 ic t, und matte them all its own.
It is hecuuso we have so amnio an idea of what
Mr. l'i iKSl's genius has ulicady achieved, that
we aic thus exact In scrutini.ing his rondi'ion ot
Hamlet. He ha." many character ; in which ri is
absolutely unapproachable. To tltu-o it will bo
nur pleasure to maac rcieteiuo, as wo nave
already relerreo to otners.
theuei.uiol Mrs. M.ettuiut'cliueHeras"iitineiia
v. as successful. The rola as given by ttits lady
was peculiarly neci ptable, from rho fiet th it tho
conviuiioiialiticsof the tiuditionary giago "O.'lio-
Iia were discarued, and un original conceition
given. Judging Irom this first view of her, wu
shouid say that the is searci'ly suilicionv misuoss
ol the linglish langungu to provo what Bho can
fuiriy uo. mt acting in "Onhc ha had that
n posu which we ascribo to tho role, except iu
iLe-e scenes 01 macness where every motion und
principle is inverted.
Tub CoMi'LiiihSiTAkY Hunput to Mh, Flood.
The New Chesnut Street Theatre will, on Wed
nesday altt rnoon, be graced by tho entire dra
matic community of the city oil uud on the stugo.
First, wo Bhuil have the "trial scene" from the
Mettltant of I cm'ct, with Mr. John MeCullougu,
Mr. Lewis Baker, Mr. Owen Marlowe, Mr. K. L
Tilton, and Madiiuie 1'onisl in the cast. The
"scnin feme" from tho School fur Scamlal
will then l,c givi n, with Mr. Oeorg a II. Grilllths
us "Sir l'eter lea.e, ana Atexinu Fisher Uaker
s "Lady 'lei zlc." Mr. F'. Mordu'int will give
his hue n niniian 0! "Josepti Mirtaee. Mr. J. A,
Heine und Mr. .J. T. Ward will also be iu the
cast. The perfoiniuuco will conclude wiih thu
fifth net of Hichmd Ihe Third, with Mr. istuart
llobson us the "Huso of Uluuci-sier. Mr. Sm
Hi mole as "Itiehiuond." with Mr. J. H. Tavlor,
Mr. H.ii:cy, Mr. Huseonib, Mr. Donaldson, and
Mrs. T. A. Cries in the cast. Iu addition to all
of this, Mr- James Cardeu will reci'.o the famous
and soul sin ling Irish noesv legend called
"hhamiis O'liiieii;" Miss Utile Ueruiou will sing
r ne of her b nutitul ha lads ; Mr. J. L Carncio.s
will sing a debgl.ttu) song ; and Mr. Walter Len
nox will sing a comic uitty. Apart from this
attraction, wc can s.iy that the people could
scurcely bestow ttie r lavors upon a more des-erv
vi I emg, as a man and an actor, than Mr. John
Flood, and bs esiimalilu wifo also descrvej tlio
benefit throigh reul merit. Hemomber Wednes
day afternoon, the 14 Ui lost.
Tub aiional Ciucus. The company col
lected, or ruther organized, under the direction
of Mrs. Charles Warner, bow performing at the
Great National Circus, on Wulnut street, above
Eighth, Is decidedly the best that has visited
l'hiladelphla for many years. Young Nicolo, a
boy of twelve years, heralded on the bills as tho
gnat child wonder, certainly astounds all be'
holders. His (lights are not mere fancy, but reul.
They rtqnire the most extraordinary ski'l, power,
and inuilii niutical prueasion. He must possess
the grasp ot a tiger, the ugility of a deer, the
defiance of un Ajux, and the wings of a Mercury,
to successfully accomplish his daring and thrilling
feats. The Fulleen Hrothcrs, with 11 err Nicolo,
Are greut gyma-uns, aud Lti Dtut (Jladnttari, ij
Messrs. Murray and Ilntrilnnn, the perform
ances of Mciore. Hone, Kir? Shnrwood, K iek
ra y, Mrc. king Hherwood, Miss Ida, and others
all combine to make an evening of raro nud de
lightful entertainment. Mrs. Warner deserves
success, and so the people think, who crowd the
Kkw Cmp.sk it fiTHiiKT TnKnm. Jnit
lirnvn Is an cstabNshed success, drawing eajli
night fuller antllences, and audiences each day
more delighted. To this effectivo pler-e, most
attrai live afterpiei e are given, in which Mr.
Lewis linker, the most iiceompll bed and liui lied
artist of the es'alillshinent, plays the principal
part, niiled by the talented Messrs. Ward uud
Lennox, both excellent In comedy.
Miss I.ttii.i.B Wkhtkiim. Thin famoni,
talented, and beautiful yonng at tress is now per
,'orni leg the mot successful enjfigemi nt which - he
or p. oy other a list bus lierct'rf iicp!uyod. To-n'gh
fhc a.fninfs one of her Vc-m ading clnra Uirs,
"Cyhth!".," In LucU-tonr'n beautiful dramn of
l'iji,t!nn, Ihr ('ii; I ti:.; r Ci'l. Tliosewhti hnvo
in t dun Miss estern in this great character
should attend the Walnut to-night.
Ai.cn FTKr.r.T TiiKATitK Mr. Claiko tri
nmi hi nt as nstial. His "Rotort lirierly" is thi
(Host of nil the ' linbert Ilrierljs" wo have had.
i I it. dig iicurMt conlimies next week.
M. trnsrM VtrniKtli f Itrbpl VVor.
'I be f'inciri. n'l ('vtiinicrrial has ree.eiv?J frow
)1. M. I'nvicson, who was made prhoutr t the
ba'tle of Chickaiiiauga, and relea id in ttie lato
cxcbi'iige nt isiivaiiiiah, the following description
of the fortllicntions of E ivmiiuib. :
"Cur trip tlrmn the SnTannah on trnce-bnats to
our llict showid us the Kclicl f ji tifit'a'ions at
Foit .Inckf'in. The rivirut that point is lined
with lnik'u siee guns ; from the tmat 1 eonntrd
tbirty-six. Tiny cominand the channel. The
river is b'ockiuicd with houvy timbors laid dn in
the shape of a log-house, the interior of v hich is
lilicd wiih stone und brick, and these obstriictioiis
are all fastened to oae another vi.h heavy cable
chain, leaving only one pass.igo, wide enough fur
a boat. Just above this entrance lie two iron
clads, pretty well manned. Above thcite.at Inter
vals, are torpedoes; their situation is known by
thu shuip-pointed projection of a log uhout six
Inches from tho stirluco. At one pin' c, in parti
cular, there are four of these logs side by bido;
these all point down the river.
"There was not u mini tj be seen nt or near tho
fortircutlons. The guns noun to be mounted on
the. bank, and then earthworks thrown up (or the
protection of the men. Tho m igaziucs lira built
on tho surluce, und then dirt enough thrown up
to cover them. At lirst sight, they would seem
to be the spot to look for the guns ; but tho guns
me ten feet below these earthworks.
"CHI from tho river, half a mi la or more boforo
you re.ieh Fi.rt Jackson, is nil extensive fort.
NVhctber this b considered as a part of Fort Jajk
son, I could not a ct rt tin. It has been built for
some time, lor the weeds ami si a grass have grown
bo binh that uincss one was looking fir 11 tort ill
ration, be would nit notice it. I should judge
that this fort covers several acres ; but whore tiio
black war-dogs look over its earthworks, the grass
ami weeds are cut down.
"Beutiregeid has spent many an hour in lnyws
the foundation and getting the range of thispjltit
of the river.
"Ihcsc guns, toge'hor with the obstructions, in
the river, are well intended 10 crush uuythiiii: that
attempts 10 cmne np. Hut for its protection from
a 1. Dil force from tlio direction of tiavanaii, it
offers but little resistance.
"(sherman, no dnnbt, will meet witli but little
dillh ulty, if this point be Ida aim. Thu swamps
will impede his progress moro than anything ci:e.
"The force at s-avannuh is very small, consist
ing of o'd men, little boys, and crippled ollio rs.
linsiiuss of nil kinds in the e.l'y is stopped, and
it l oks like Sunday nil tho time. Uu too last of
bepti mt.tr there was na immense quantity of
cotton I3 lug at savannah, but when wo were sent
through there the last timo it had boon removed
from the ruilioud.
"The citizens treated the men who were nent
through lirst well, bringing eatables of nil sort-,.
There , uo guard but those that camo utter.
Upon arrivit g at Savannah they wero guarded,
to that the citizens could not find t'.it) prisoners ;
thus showing that a Union sciiiiiiitnt prevails,
und nil they wu nt is un opportunity. 1 see ia
f on c ot the 1 ai.ers that it U expectod that Uette-
111I Sherman will release a largo number of pri
soners, but that is u sad nu.-tnku. L mg b lore
M'cnnun'H force gets to tiiem they will be shovel
oil', and for the last three monthj that has becu
thjr thief business.
THE IX'ITK.Vtl. REYKNVF..
In May, lSfjU, the receipts of internal rovcuue
were SI.! Isl.li'.lo. They have grown every mouth
ncc. In December, lSi'.n, yj,034,3i;6 wore ro-
ccived; in M ireh, 1H(1, S'10,!l.i,r),lll ; in Jims,
Sll.O'.'l.'JbC; iu September, lbU4, $l,,8W,770.
The three pir cent, income tax has produced over
twenty-three nnd u half millions; thclivoper
cent, special Income tax will produce not lcsitiinn
tli i it v -1. c millions.
The commissioner asserts 111.1t ice nprjrexaij
Internal revenue lor tho year ending J uue llo,
lM!.'), will amuunt to two hundred and six:y-livo
uiillions, and that with cerium changes in tiiu
ndmlnibtiative parts of the law, it will produce
three liuuurea millions in me next year.
Ihe ComniiHsiouer presents some tables to
show that, if the debt nt tho close of thu war
were to amount to $1,(100,0(1(1, and supposing
annual expenditures of lifty per cent, more than
iu the yeur preceding the war, our present revenue
lawwouta ytetu enough to pay the current ex
penses of the nation, Including the six per cent.
interest on our neot, anu leave a surplus wutcu
would extinguish ihe debt in ninety years, oven
with our present production and populutiu ; uud
in halt ot that time, with our usual iuciease of
prcuuetiou und population.
I.l.t. Al. IN J"t:i.I.IUKJSt'K.
The Bvi'iu mh CoriiT at Nisi run s Jtnl
Ilci'.il. 1 his Court met this morning. Jury tri als
All the jurors summoned were not Inutteadanee
unu tticse in Uerutiit were lined mound utt.ich
nientswere l-sued to hrmg them lu. JNociseli.
realty lor trial, the Court adjourned till tj
In the CnmT of Common Tleas, Jtnlces
jtionipsoii unu J.uuiow, Ihe Orphans Uourl
Argnnient list was linnn culled.
l Ol UT Ol- Ut AHTllll MisKIONH jatlL'O AlllSOU
The case ol one Charles W. Walker, who was
tried last wet k and ri ou.lted on a charge of car
rvirtf ci net ulcd dendlv weanons. viz.. a revnl.
ver; hut who was held hy Jutlso Allison until ho
could nive some satisfactory account of himself,
it appenrtiiK from his own statement that ho was
Irom the tsotiih nnd had heen in the Hehcl service
lie stilted tlinl he had deserted from the Uohcl
service und wus in this city in search of work at
ins uaue as a uiucksmnu, out naj ucen uuahle to
Oi.e witness whb examined this morning, who
piaicit tuat ue nuu met he iirisoucr at the board
Inir-house w here both lived, and that the latter
stated that ho was a deserter from the Southern
army, and th.U lit hud heen looking: for aud
most desirous of obtaining work, but without
success. He also testified that the prisoner, up
to me nine 01 uis urresi, nun conuuetou Jilul
self iu a quiet and orderly manner, and up
pearcd to be a peaceable man. According to the
prisoner'! statement, ho had come North soon
after the war began, and alter remaining a year,
huil cone booth to see his father, when he was
caught by conscripting olllcers. and forced into
the service, hut that he deserted at the first
favorable opportunity. The matter is held under
anvisciueut bv the J mice.
The current bnsinesa of the Court wa! being
jrviwvu wiia wuen vur report closes. .
I rueh Illnrhlnir
In lumll fancy bsmils,
for tW by
XlAvis M RrrUARnfl,
As.'ii and Tsntb RtrvrU.
MO"IK A If VM1.IH a
. Ai.iwrr nitiiANH.
O'-n IsSrtf rh nf tll.t. fln
In.'rutiu'ie. Ii.v hrtn m. . 1,1 l,y
A,r. 'l., siit is. am,irtni! it ca
.oi'itli I' crca.l, s.
or mtU only br
i K ()tLl,
Dili mint ChUdinit .irM-Ul.
1 0 I 1 H
1 If No
FOIl'l H HI
I I IMI
rma p. si
(.'a in s ;T
11 1 I NS.
mil hanos, frril
A.hNOWLRrnlHI) TO lilt
Ti!E r::jEST in the wokld.
CKbf.BIUrf.1) nU Tl'.WH
filTI'UOU toxi: AXD vim.
KNOWN TO IMS TUB
i!C2T ElTiUBLE INXi'F.UilEr.i: HlDll
AMI SOLD WON THK MO' T UI-HSON-ALIJ7.
AT M l Hi WAUKKOOMH,
No. 1021 CHESNUT GTilEET.
Tv'e rt pm tt-.Vy Invite tnr flrUiitlN and thr. puMlc T-nr
all to cull at otir w ,rroem(i unilj firiTiIno oar t.'nBlv6
am irlm-nt of IiIkMj Irnproved H'jiiftrf and (iranil Pi.inos,
W? tiivu lacflwd the hlRhtst premluttii nt all thngrtMl
fiMlHl-ir.il evar hold In thin country, liicltidltift tho I'rln
Mcr'a! at the Wot Id KalrtCrjitl TiiMfn, Vaw York, und
sun croua tartliuunlaLa frum ttie beitarltats tu tiila country
Vc ffel natMIrd that thro are no PI:inoi made fjtlna
fountry ui'erlor to ur own.
Ai I'lilladrjihla iimiatactMrerB wo pride cmii-rcIv-ai In
haTtrg arhlevd a rrj'titaUon for our Instruin'Mtta unex
re led by anrutricr niakfrw In enrmtry. It la a t 11
kno n (net triat ottr IManog hve for mar.y tenn tnaji)
tali.fd thflr lilb rt'putatliiii, notwUhr-tAotliiii, (lie ijw i.ul
eomt tlttoD of the 1-tuU iu niAacri.
tw Ydrk and liun on IMsnofi hare hebn fli'.ird Info
thti tuarLpt through tha!r HKi'ncie), and horAldcd hy thm
an tit only FlanoH In the country; yrt at the same time
t7jt'f (fiitu af.tnts very ae.dnia cintlnuo to salt any one
mtvr.i r'1 IrirJtrumrnts for any Icut'tii o! tliuo, for tlm rramn
that they ae Inferior, and thoy ire compillod to take
hold of ether tvakTH', rurhapi still mure Inferior,
aHJ fii'h piifTt d i'p by them on c.clchrated Planofl , whtn
at the tftrnv time Buch luauorf hitvo nuver beu
ku'K n r ! ard of In thiliowa fltloB. Thd ooiui;MJfJce
In,, hit (inr cltlzrrn aro ortrn tnd-iocd to purrhase i;nch
U:f rlnr hinrnmeiittt, wlthutit cotuidoilng their own or the
plural Ir.trreKti of thtfr city.
'jhe advanift1" fur citlrciiB have In cncnnrartnK homo
a'lufuctnr a certainly bhonld not beovtirUiclnd, fur Uie
rift. It U acknowlcdKeUhit n.lladplpl.la it tho grpfit
tofliiniiiflnrlni;cll7of tbU cotintr?, nnd c'cbM:cd forlia
eipcrlor and akllful workmen.
R.Toi.d. Ti e mirrha-ier obta'ns the TpHtia Irwitly rrrra
ue, Hi- iiiitininctiimi, and tuvei ihe a.iount u.mio oy inu
at;nt. wUo uuaJ.y cuuiuk grcatur jirouu 111auu.umu.uu
tjcttirer. I hud. Tho nrent a ronporum'.iity .inioimii to noT-nnt,',
ihmv la no re lrt-Mi ; iho limtnnncnt h' hmi h ra id i or
Hie inarktfi.nnd thp pnrrhaffrnmt run tho rlk. Wt -igah,
on tlm other hrid, no ihe itianuM.:Lurut, uro hM
rsitiue h.H, atd cannot i1 Irk t.,u rc'panaioiMiy iiKe uie
ti.t .!ore to our inter! it to turn out ltuuttoLUur iniiii umt-
jV'HirUi. Adinlttln that vci lDitnunfnts m:jht l
ltiHl U oar own ntiru new, tiioy cadi tot k,v the amne
hi Mctl- n, or lviur tf;e fnimi ieiiK-h of tluie, f.r Hie
ritan that the a perni uirm oviktb ui k- ' p iitin
piitinri h he rstjllM in nr.ltir, Hii.t will ot cuimfi not 'xiK)iid
any of hit protiia to i- whiUt w, the m viiUftcttif or,
hae uir cvid nc-ilei.t wot k men, whti fmly nndcrota-d
biihiiieMi. aoil wld immbty kivu tneir uiuniton, au
t;o tian-i ()h utadc to v. par i,.:-i:h longer.
.r i BtanlMliTiK nl 1h ono f-f tint ino.it e:i'nslv In (HI
cot nirv, uiid whon our rcw iaiiro fini nri now in itnu-Toni
a.t' iiiirp A, it will b" olio ol thu lar (t in ll'v Ko hl.
fnr 'lUn:t in to intake 'h;tt hrajulj id Juduty ouo of Uie
vii nt lintluitiono oi ttl.v city.
a ii r tublrumenia uno tm con pf-al Iwirovet.icntu oror
otliir4 and our ( tni-lo r o i I ' t i n for uiaiMi'.wuntiir
mi hit) im m kfcji en Barn a inrX' 4iot a oi uitutr.ui, au
ii.-m uro ttiubc-t io;n:h not y, c.
It'perntmi iloa rotta to purch-i-.e will Ue m call, we
will piove ad ttiut wo have na.d In r.Krd tn our tuin n.
Thtfre are, Ot con run, a1 ways ciiiwcnren in ohimiou, nuu
prvii(U d nib and those who are iut.:rH:"i la tho auke
ot other Munoi vho nHV dlhnr fiom im ; to filch wu hav
en-yto cay. that It wntd live .m nnxh p'cftsiire. at any
1 1011, to t t our inMruiTiii! wiui any cincr m:ia.e wiuui
Ut y Diny i fiu"he to r.uiuo.
We ftfiln uhk oni fiiot.di and 'heii' hilc torjil mid w
anli our superior I'tuimit. Wo toei (tii.ln?d ilutt no
h tin1 In thifc t ity eii fir.r''t with un, oar I'.cbg bui-if
roi'iouable Mid tern.a aocotuuiiHlatlni,
N. D. ScLODd-hnnd linnos tohen in cx:bA3o.
J'lANCH TO RKNT.
Oitltri fur Tuning prumplly aitcudeU to.
EOEOMAOBEIl & CO.,
ll-n-wriftl Ko. 1021 aiEAKUT STREKT.
17C0NCMY! COMFORT l TASTK!
OV bit OAilEUS,
AT T. R1ZEB AND COLOliH,
'holctale aud KrUil.
V OWIN . IIULFIStl,
OVKR US ITKH M ANITACTURiJlt,
119 llil I'HJLADLLrillA.
-IN TUK OIirilANS' COURT 1'OH THE
J City anil C'ountv nl 1'hiliutunlitii.
Kstl ot JANK Al'KLAIIll-. Ml 1 II01,1,, a Minor.
1 he Audit. r anp3l"tPit by tie I'ourl to nulit, ncttlfl, all4
a.liiist tl.e fc-'cHiiil ol tin, t'eiiiifjlvuiihi ComHny t'.r tn
ltiirulir on l.tM!-, ami vn-etlr:.' Aunu'.l'is, I iu triWiu. of 1113
J- htute c I Jana Adslanto Mull ollan, a mlitnr. and l report
rtlstrlbi.ilon of 0 l.ut.it.cy in the huuiti "f me uri-onu'ant,
. ill ui.'tt Hie purl iea lett-ri'soo for ttie ni.rpose. ot htM
Mpt'O'ilO'ient, "n 1 ur.'uv, Jin ,mtn-r :.'7, Is; 4 at 4 o'rloeK
I- l.at ln etllce, No. 717 VVttlnui atiect, In the C'il of
l uilmli l hi.
yj -la nii;,t JOHN Ct.AYTO.V, Anlltsr.
-;BTATB OK TATK1CK CALLAHAN, T)K.
J i i' a.nl.-Wli.ireaa, l..lterB of Admhilmratloil to Ihe
1 mate hi I'ATItntK I'AI I.AIIAN, ilti-ensAd. hu a bxro
Kii-nit-d to in uiiil'Tsivnd, all p 'no'iu Iu Jt,ted lo ilia
aid dict-ituit will uiaKe ps nu in to, iiqj Ail por.uud
Uuvieg eluUua arslnat the lame will pres.nt thom lo
Al.iK llH C'Al.l.All A S, Ail .niriii rater,
jN. 411) boutli Till UU struct.
Or to UU Attorney,
C.KOTtflE 8 tiOUIinHRTY,
H IV in (t No. 1.17 HIIUNK Slireet.
U It N I T U Xt 13.
CJEAHJST AND BEST.
JJed-room and Chamber Hults,
Kltt tien Furniture,
jL.ilrajry and Ollloo Furnlltuo,
OF EVERT DESCRIPTION,
Klther ta finit, Single pieoea, atth towatt uoatliii
OOULU & OO.'H,
Valco rumltore Uepota,
J. E. (lor. miBTal aud M AKkva J, and
U-Mwtetl .it.Cvr. JcoviJ axu JiAC r.
A. I 11 A. V 1? N .
I, E. WALR1VO,
iuftoeF-tor to W. II Tarry),
No. 710 CUKHNUT fiTllUlii'.
li'erti Complete Pt of
rt rrAm.K ion
iso. s'it c JiXTHivnT HTHi:ivr.
NOTTINGHAM AND 8WIS3
SEW STYLE 8.
VYTNIJOW SIIADKS No. 7 a :t
MW HTYI.BH, KELTT,
at thu AURIN3T0N & CO.
VASt'tACIUKEKR'. CUBSHttT STKKliT
LAItl IEHT BTOl'K IN TUB CITT
AT LOW l'lltCBS.
b 1 1'JU.T.
Jl K P U C T I O N
FANCY VELVET ASD SILK
TO CLOSE HIU BliASON.
WOOD & cahy,
No. CIIKHN1JT STUJ'.EiT.
LADIES' AND MISSES' HATS,
N V, W S T Y LES,
VITLVKT r.ONNKTH m; over f II tht Utsrt rro
t a luuurale cent. FKi.r IlONlSttTH Akll QATH RH
HIIAFJIU. WOOD A OAItY,
ho. cjntaau r Ki'icist.
MLL1CAN AC AUK MY OF MUiilC.
I Miiiiiff JOHN T. FOPIJ
(Al.o. ol tl.r lioilidav tiwt Tl.nalio. lliiltmorr : rora a
'rw 1'i.aioie, YVasLluMWOi aud me Aicxaudria, Vuin.a,
BtnLe Alunager rfoun . niuwu.
mr,lrKr'rAWF.'S Tnrir:liv OP OYIIF.T.T.Ol
1I0MJAV AMI 'It'KSD VT r.VfcNlNUK, lae.U and 11.
V, II W I N r O K K K T
V.1U render kla trand HiiaVeapcarlan delineation of
11 1 HELLO,
In hafie"'i eftil r itnl Jrasadj of the sme wie
AIK. JOllM M..-CLLLUUUII m
AI IfE r.UAY
TM. pri al Trmailv ill l priecnlad la t itylooi miex
umplro roinpl. o ne.H. wiih
TTWIN I'OKrtF.ST'H ciiCAS' ni'ut wiU lioaiuvel clone
yitlJjAY KVt.slNei, Jlece j.lmr M,
MONDAY, TUKSfiAT, Tlli'msliAY, AND KRIDAY
HEATS CEClrURT) SIX HAVI4 If ADVANitH.
ISO 1.1-rluruiulioo on WlIOKICf UAV i.r bAlUJtDAT
Tiieiiox Rlieot.fbr IV aateof afenred pIaocs, Bow on
tet'vfi-n ilia liourH ot 9 and 4a o uiouk.
Adlllisloll. an and M cenla.
ftwuisd Hcaia Aicenu additional.
RS. JOHN DiLhW'8 NEVT ARCH 8T.
illllili . OF J. R. rLAKKR.
IHIIih WIFK US' J. H OLAIIKK.
1 lllltll Vl'KKK OK J. B. I'LAUKa.
TO-Ml.HT (Mi(U), lw'ut U,
KTS'KillTHOK I II K lull M TAIII.K
KMCUl BOi' lllJl KOl'JS'U 'I'AOLaI
TI'RNIIll TUB T4III.RS.
TlJKHlNll '1111'. TAHLKS.
f'l.AltKF. .v,4.';", 'r""r.
( I.AItKs. as Ja.k Uiliiiulima.
CLAUKI a iisii.tai Joako.
KUIDAY. llENRKlT OK J. B. 1,'LAItKK.
TALNUT STREET TIIEATRK.
MJTU WEEK OF TUB HKAT EKOAOEUEHT
W1HS L170II.I.K WtBT.
Tni ( Moi day) aVKNINll, llao. inker VJ,
villlbi-laeaeutid tin' ino-rt-.Mnv liraniu. tuuilid lliS
Oll-HY Fl.OWEK (IIUL.
(Hi nt I LOW Kit olltL
C'j-ntl.le, the fllpsv fioriiirl Miaa TV EH TERM.
io tontlude ulili Hn' lnntnihia Farce ol tun
TWO HUN NYl.'AstTLKH.
Tn-mmrow niglit, LUUiLLE WEilEUN In aa Indian
ix Cliioa apen fromUDH. Ourtala rliaa at 7X.
EMT BALLOON AB0ENSI0K3,
THIS AFTERNOON A.ND EVENING,
ANJ JlCBIKO A IX CALM WIATIIXB TT1I WaUsK,
At Cor. of rLTTErHTH and 00ATE3 Bta
The weather kettin flae, Ihoaa wlililtin an aaewalaa
aheald be on hand aarly. Tbe oiljr Uautod f aa Bceee&a
a Bioal autiioie apeetaf-.'.
AdmUikin, vt centa. fihllrtmn, U eeaui.
A aaesakiua dwu t to A, aaaurduis: to aiuaa4e tail Una
etui led, At-a
1-.V ('IliNI I' SI'. TIH'ATHE.
t .M T K-l ft r UT, AIIOVK TWRLITH.
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V S f It Kit I.I A sT sir.tt K is I IK- I Hi. M. -s JS.
MOST IlKil.l.lANr SI .'I I S4 UK Till, M.AS'IV
'I I is It-Lniit ami eM l'iii' liiit.na. n eltila Hi 11 Is Midi
6TA It'll 1 SO T AUI.S Ai;..
HEAL I II I I. SCFSF.KY,
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AMI F..K II VT MCdIC,
(i.i.rpa II, bfyorn fl'l noiilit, nl tt.e s ry L.rt.1 or
rsi-K, I 1, 1. it lot si .
THK, LAST (1I1ANH T Utl.rtA!!,
THK, sr'i' MiNii UK nu; hkhai,
Ills; H'lOHMlMI of Till'. KKHAK,
11IF. K1DK.MI.Mi UK 1IIK KUlAfi,
1 UK MtHtMI.su OF THK Kt.HA.S.
la Ulfliti.' rtrtlvnt w ith ihe luo-t
UAI'll KIH..M AI'-'LI'sr..
Thtu sr.-ns ri'tircents Hie lie-le,'ed Ri'itan Fort, (he ksv
to tl.e cli oi l.ui know, is! h a Min vtiia ka.-ri.on liravclv
li.rnlii.; II. All lii,)'i' UHieur to lie gtsvn Ui, nucti tut
lev an ol
under Ulr Colin l un.pl.i'.l. in rt-ar.! iu Hie illntanre, rts
I oa ri art e ll.e lorl, Hti.l violorv .e.-ni lo llM-mroin-
i!i U.', I.i n tl.r ilutilui.il i'ii;.niins .i..,'ar. anil a arand
f nits Ihe lint toiicslii eii'I i'el:iiu JJruiualie picture sf
iil.sii. ur iiuiuin a.mi itiiiiiirn
uiiiilu.u un)s, M lue'i 14 n'Hlitly
l.ni Ul.i IM IlllAll
by tl.e exi'tird iiii.ii, i,. ,-
i tin. avs.sisiis r s in .r m -s m s. t-
wl'l ri.n.'liidi- wl'h, f r II e ttist time in till- city for luanar
yi iirn, lii not. n' nerliev nic.'y. ko.-wn na
LAI i,ll Wlll-.S, I'lll HAS,
l.Al' lll "Mr S Y.llf I . N.
I.AClill WhlN YOU CAN.
(iforeHoffsan.i'r Mr. Lewlu linker
Ti ,11 Lit iirouilccd on M .n.iav s.s-oiiin,
ok aTrwruY htkhmus, DF'F.Mnirrt 17,
KRVrNTt KNTIl fill Ml FAMILY MATINKF..
who. jf.fHIK dltolVN villi Ui irodnte.l lor lUe last tlm
ot a Matinee.
fJItAM) il I.LI AIM) MATCH
ttelween HIII1ERT T. IIYAI.I. nllilVIUflJR ESTEPnH,
for the ( ItAMI KlNSnir o! lhu Slate of PviHiAylvanla, at
HANSOM Sl'KKKT HAI.L,
TUESDAY hVlSNI"0, liKOEVIIlEK 13, lil,
Ceiemen-li.K rtt8 o'cloek.
Tlikrtt of Adrntihl ,n, 1. Ladles adiultud l"re. It'
IrXIMM ilON OK WORKS OF ART, FOB
j the BENEFIT nt the
at the Al Al't.M OF FINE AKI A.
An Fhlhi'.ii n ol a t'rlvate Col.cciton of Work ef Aft,
Ir 1'Aliii'ra.s, ftcu!i''ine. IVuu-r l oK r, ui.d otlmr Lirawlnjm,
Eepi avtio.a, Ac., In loss open ai the IV-l-liNylvanla
A.'n.ii i'i oi Fl-ie A. t, No. It -' i i ll! SSI T sniei't, from
s A. M. lo 10 I-. M., lur il.t-I i n-f t of tee CtirlitiauOoia
li.i.ai(.n. Aitmiialoutlriceni.; Season Tlckc'a SOceuta. 11-2411-1 -I
IIIKIH'JT H i '..IllCTlZl.
I'blB iidmlTat'le l'leln-e, the rr?iitsC production oftli
pautUirWi.HT, la now on eti-.hltii'n ut fie
At'AOK.MY OF FINE AtTg,
Jo. 1K!5 CHF.SNIJT Straef, 1
ToiTthft- v Ith the nitli-e rollection rf lha laatttntlea.
A.Jmiltaroe, TWENTY FtVF. CENTS. IM3-frn
G'RLAT NATIONAL CTHCUS. BTAU
WALNUT bll ttl, ABOVE KKHITIT.
Plxettieaa Hn. CiiAitLEU WAUKSU
(t.roirly Mra. IiA.N Kli'K).
Tho lariat toiiiniiiy Ui tho world. A star enrwtermsnt
k.Ttng I feu . ade ssitti Ihe imint'Uso JSK.OI.tl Truvrie,
ts.'Ri' tri al artists w. II a,-pear th.a cvi uIiir and every
es,-nlnir dnrilix the wrel. Ynnii Nli'llLO, anaerlul
l.fi'lLrluer en Ihe l.'l-.rlo lie l't I ileu.e. or I- lyinK 'tYei.eAO,
is H.ndfd hv all rrlihit na the cn.l.l wonui-r. '1'oe
TAI.l.EEM 1 ItOI III 1(8. and W. K'Jl.'ltK.Ll.E, the KToal
Ali.n-Moiilrr.nllh il-rr Ml.eil.O. ronslltnte the Troupe.
Tie liENZER HMOTHMH, EA 1 4 IN NTONK. TOK
KIMi, 11. ItA'ICIILI.DK, M' ar. Ml.itltAY and IIUT
( III NS.OS!, 11AS. stiiKK'ViiiiJl ami Kanilly, will alait
app.'iir In ruftn) tioantfiul seenei. 7he Traln.-d loit will
l o apprar. Clown, Mr. BAM. si I u'K ney, Jr. Oouie
earlv. and irel Brnta at slht. ConiliitTi-e ai 7-4tl.
MATlMfcES WEIiNENDAY ai d SAIXUDAY AFTItE.
JIlK'NB, eon nienrinu af'.'S o'clock.
AI'MISSION. I Ir.t Her, 1-0 cental Beenri Tter, la
CenlK. Private lloxea. :ianil t'l. aa In utae ami t H-atlon.
THo. 21 N. HI i t'll Street,
Wi'iiM li.vo'.c atteuUen to lilt toil ol fine American and
In Gold and Silver.
of Die latest styles.
BANDSOMK SILVER Vt'ABE.
warranted tort oolu, &., suitable for Holiday present.
11-10-tfll No. N. SIXTH Direct,
ON WEDNESDAY. DEOEMEEE 14,
A SFIJlSllUI f AR1ETT OF
OF Till". LATKBT IMPORTATIONS.
STEPHEN F. WHITMAN,
li lt Mm
Ko. 110 MARKET BTBEHT.
DBA FN Ersfi, B LIN DNK88, AND CATARRH.
-J. ISAACS, M.n .rrofeaser of lha Kya and laaarj
treaU all dlaeasee apperlalnlna la the aiH.ee iuamt wui
ttie almost auoceas. Tasuaa mete from the J"',!!.!
sources In the cllv can be s.ia at his olrlce, ,.
tliraet. The MMllcal Faculty are milted t aeeosttpaor
Ikak tktuwD.M Me aas av leereta ui bis v-f
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