THE DAILY EVENING TELKGIlAPII.PIIILADELrillA, SATURDAY DECEMT5TCU 21,1
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SATURDAY. DKCKMBEK 21, l..
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country, cxcoi ting Uio .New York I'os-t, an 1
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immerse body of our readers until this st rm
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To those of our readers who have not com
pleted thulr holiday purehmej we ura a
perusal of our advertl.slug columns, tlllod aj
tliey are with the canH of almost every laal
lng store and business establishment lu PiilU
delpliia. I'll HIM I'.lf AM.
Selfishness predominating among mankind,
virtue Is diflkuit of attainment, bceauso self
sacrlflce la the Divine law. The least imper
fection possible iu man, dwells not iu develop
ment of his propensities, bu; In their direction,
restraint, or subjugation. Philosophy ame
liorates bis condition, but it gropes lu light
which is darkness compared with the dili
gence shed by that commandment which
teaches ma'i to love hla neighbor as himself.
Self love Is the mainspring of ae Ion tho
motive power of the world. In the pursuit of
lapplness, It seeks not cxcluslveness. It Is
necessarily allied with the highest benellceuce,
ibr man without it would cease to be an aent
either lor good or evil. But selfishness pjrsius
the objects of desire at all hazards, regardless
of the wishes of others, oblivious of their
happiness, and in opposition to their interests.
Selfishness is self-love degenerate and debasad.
At this time, some eighteen hundred years
go, came into the world the Teacher who
Instruct. d man that God's primal law is Lovo,
Bind Its fruit self sacrifice. lie taught that
,ove of God and man wore Inseparable. lie
joncluded precept and earner by that astound
ing example of soif-sacrillco an Ignominious
death upon the cross.
Of all times, it is Attest that this anniver
sary should be honored by practice of the
doctrines Inculcated by our Saviour. If tho
time does not especially call for self-sacrifice,
It should at least exhibit no selfishness; and
It la worthy of remark that at no period of
the year, la so great solicitude shown for the
happiness of others. At no tlma of tho year,
It there so spontaneous an outpouring of t'iQ
kindly feelings of humanity. At no other
time, are Christians so exclusively engaged in
unselfish employment; at do other tlmo so
genial and so open-hearted. Every soul, for a
poriod at least, goes out of itself, and enters
Into the toul of others. At this time, and at
this time only, Is there general obwdience to
the mandate, " love one another." Would it
were so always I Obedience to the law is
sot restraint, but emancipation. Happiness is
found only in obedience to the law. The
Chief good Is happiness the aim and object
f the law.
Who, this Christmas, has sot seen the plea
ure reSocted from the countenances of tho
throngs gilt-bearing through the streets, or
patiently awuitlng in the crowded stores.
From the opulent purchasers who buy some
costly token of regard, to the urchins who
flatten their noses against shop windows,
while, in desperation at the difficulty of choice,
they convulsively clutch their little hoard of
mOLey, all seem bent upon giving pleasure to
otheis. Tha tiny gun and penny trumpet,
tjll, in some modest household), furnish no
Jess pleasure than the eluborate sword
an 1 drum anord the wealthier infant
warrior. Th-":k S-ngcrbreatl Is quite
delightful as bhck"TaV"J coaUlu l
prtaspectire stoinach-aehe aiutlJilr.
The discordant braying and dn,n3 0f
numerous youthful performers, and U,0 iUis
Mnt tinkling of inharmonious toys, will, for
many days, be music even ears polite
Men and women, ofull conditions In tile,
suw aJl on tip-toe ol exportation, and all will
hare in the gratification of not being forgot
ten. For all of us are so constituted, that
what we seek is not trumpery but love.
It Is right that this should boa period of
nnsclflsh pleasure. Follow the teachings of
One whose birth made this the greatest uuni
Torsary for mankind! Heap high tlu chil
dren's tables with tha spoils of well-stocked
toy-shops! Cram their stockings with susrar
plums and candies, long coveted with watery
mouths I Heap up your boards, and draw
around you friends wh m you love! Devote
yourselves, for this brief space, to the happi
ness of others! If you miss those whom
death has snatched away, people the place
with their presence ! For the living we live.
Lore comprises two worlds those of the
living and the dead. Let us not forget our
duty in one, in an absorbing thought of the
Other. - Forget not the poor. Let us for once
Cnjoy ourselves In unselfish pleasure share
lxjth our abundance and our joy with our
neighbor. Thus will our Christmas be merry.
In thus acting will we humbly follow in the
Jootsteps of Illm who tarnished the sublimest
Instance of forgetfulnesi of self la thus
ttctlDg, will we fitly celebrate the anniversary
of His birth.
THE CDSISlASES OF THK PAST.
3. be CluuUnas which luu come Is ripe with
Wlth and rich in blessings. As the months
pass In review before us, we have crowns of
ftjoU'lug to idavue on each. The events of the
past month or two especially, are such as to
thrill the bosom with an emotion which never
Can (rev vajild. We Lave the' great march
front Atlanta to Savannah to Call hack upon.
VT are on the ere of another triumph. We
tart paAjcd from succeb to success, and aun
that the year is fathering towards Its close, wo
may sit down In peace and contemplate our
triumphs, whilst we anticipate those to come.
Nono of the Chrlstmasei of the past have
been such seasons of rejoicing as this. Wo
have not had so much to rejoice over. In
1801 we were voxlng ourselvoi over tho not
tlement of the MAftoif and Smdki.l d'nll
culty. whilst rejoicing over tho expulsion
from the Senate of Jonx C. IiitKfKlNitmiiK.
It Is only three years since that traitor was
expelled. Sinco then we have become accus
tomed to traitors. In the beginning of De
cember, IKfll, that traitor was expelled. Tho
v. hole nation was bubbling over the Ittihul
lion, and both North and South were a"ltated
with regard to the final resolution of tho
Mason and Ni.iiiki.i, question.
In tho middle of Deeotnber, 1S!12, wo Were
Jubilant over our Fredericksburg victories.
Hud expectant In regard to tho result of
15 ankh' New Orleans expedition. In 113
Cencral Grant was tho central point of
attraction. Now Siikkm an Is tho focus from
which all the interests of the hour radi tte.
Through the month of Augosl Vice-Ad niral
I'auiiaoit Rent us glorious news. A tew
days ago, on board the Dinlflinn, Nikhm ax
wrote a brief bulletin giving graphic sketches
td Lis success, or rather chain of succesie.s.
II is few words are enough to render tho
dullest skies blue and the most clouded snii
No Christmas present that could poss'.blybe
made would bo more acceptable than tin cap
ture of Savannah, except tho taking of Kich
niond. At these places we have generals who
are doing their utmost for the Union arms,
itiid v. hose successes In the past, are so many
milestones lending on to tho good of ultimato
and las lug triumph. They are acting tha
scenes which shall pass Into song and his
tory. Tho veterans who suffer and emlura
most may console themselves with the convic
tion that uo Christmas of the past has brought
n.ore glory to our arms, or responded with
wore brilliant realities to tho shining hopes
hijk rtrsntVAist k of the NiBitt rir.
It is our earnest desire, so long as wee in
duct this paper, to defend, through Its columns,
the institutions of God, and, so far as in us
Iks, to advance the Vist luterests of man. In
vindicating the claims of beth tho Creator and
His creation to the Sabbath, wa attain both
ends proposed. It Is the day of God as it is
the day of man. It ascends for Its, authority
to the throne of the Almighty, and it reaches
with iu blessings down Into the dreariest
caverns of human wretchedness and despair.
At a time when the very existence of God is
not only questioned, but opouly impugned,
and in a city where, by public advertisements,
we nre nil invited to listen to lectures on nit
tliw Divine, but tho Devil-begotteu nat'ira of
all religion of all Sabbath rest, and
ol all sanctuary service we consider
it high time for the press to utter
its not uncertain voice. This question might,
in tho estimation of some be more properly
canvassed in the pulpit. It is true It is a
question for tho pulpit, for tho Church is con
cerned. It is also a question for the press, for
the world is concerned. In urging tho claims
of the Sabbath, it should not be forgotten that
there were by God's direct appointment three,
great Paiadisalcal institutions, and that the
Sabbath was one of them. Tho first in order
Is Labor. The secoud is Rest on the Holy
Sabbath. The third is Matrimony. These
are, the three conditions of human existence.
If a man will not work, noithur shall he eat.
If a man do not rest In the midst of
bis labors, be will soon rest from his
labors altogether; and if folks neither
marry nor are given in marriage, the race
w ill become extinct. No sane man will arue
that all things could go on prosperously if the
wheels of human Industry should stop their
mighty whirl; nor can we got many out of a
mad-houso who would defend the abolition of
marriage, and how is it that so many deny, if
not in words, yet in practico, the obligations
of that other institution of Heaven which lies
between the two defended, it would seem, by
both, because more sacred than they ? How,
we ask, can men fall downbefore and worship,
without any hypocrisy, two of these institu
tions, and refuse even ordinary ripest to the
most GoddJts of the thrse?
The first Idea of a Sabbath is that otreal;
and how sweet it is to the laboring man! Just
as certainly as tho huge wheels and massive
bars of the machine will wear and tear each
other into destruction, if not repaired by the
mechanic and lubricated by oil, will man,
with all his exquisite proportions, wear down
to premature death, if not refreshed with
sufficient and periodic rest. Nature craves
her slinre of repose. Nor does she crave in
vain, for when Saturday night returns, the
poor, overtasked man rests on happy exjynTjL
lion of that blessed Sabbath .-m(.n f ,
the wear and tear daj,a, ,al)or . 8ni
fortified. w.'a ,u enjoyments, he goes foith
V Co labor again, liko a giant lefreshed with
wine. Above all men living tho workiugman
should be Jealous of the Sabba h. The rich
may sjend half the summer in travel at the
Hirinns, or by the seaside, but the laborer Is
ever at the wheel ; and such is his scantiuess
of reward for bis toil, and the greedui9s of
many masters who employ hlin, that If God
.(lid not legislate lor him, and, in spitu of him
self and his taskmasters, cummanil him to rest
one day in seven, he would not live hall his diys.
The French atheists presumed to ulier ths
laws ol Heaven, and decreed that France
should have a Sabbath once iu ten days. As
well might they havo commanded the summer
to smile upon the earth onee In a thousand
years as easily could Canutk make tha tide
go back, as could any nun or monarch alter
with Impunity the regulations of the Eternal
France tried two experiments uuiquo as
awtul. She tried to do without a God, aud to
do without the Sabbath. She could do neither
France must have a God, though she does not
worship Him ; and she must have a Sabbath,
though she degrade herself In desecrating it.
The Sabbath Is like some lovely but lonely
island, cut off from tho great continent of time,
around which swells aud roars the ever-restless
"sea of troubles," aud irom which man
may behold that "better land," "where the
Wtary ure at rest."
ENULl B H f 'O M lLI M EN T TO O l! K A R H V.
Trofcssor Goluwin Suitii has returned to
England, and almost the first lines he wrote
for the public eye formed a letter to the Lon
don Duily JVT, complimenting the United
States soldiers, and especially those of the
Army of the Potomac. While on a Tlslt to
this country, be vkuted Lieutenant-General
Chant at his headquarters, and was received
by that noble chieftain with the attention and
consideration due to a man so eminent for
learning, aud so fully imbued with the love of
liberty. He saw the Army of the Potomac,
and wan urnr1ud to find It so tine a body of
ldleri. In his letter he remarks that, after
careful examination Into their condition,
their discipline and diill, he cousidurs them
eqtinl to any soldiers In the world. With the
cidicers ho was particularly pleased, regtrdlng
them In manners and in cultivation the peers,
II not the superiors, of ofliicrs In the Kuropean
The soldiers are so well cared for, that tin
Trolossor assumes this fart to be proof of th i
war being fought for a principle, and not from
mercenary motives, or the idea of conquest.
During bis stay with the army, ho obuinnd
much valuable information upon which to baso
bis opinions respecting the contest raging
between the North and South. 1 Iu discovered
that our army Is not the "wild mob" which
such correspondents ns " Manhattan" would
try to make the woibl believe, but rather a
body of intelligent men, many of who.n are
his own equals in Ik IIcs lc!trcn mid science.
Tho testimony ol 1'rofessor Smith will havo
great weight witli tho belter portion of tha
r.nglish people, and it will do much to d's
abnso the'r minds of the urejnd'ces raised
against us by Itebel sympathizers In their
midst, A fair ami candid statement of tha
cruho of this war, of the manner In which it Is
carried on, and the purpose for which It Is
waged on both sides, written by Professor
Smtii, could not fail to exert a brneflel d
Influence upon KuKlishmcii, and open their
eyes to the truth that the South is fighting for
slavery ulono and a slave empire, while the
North is battling for the preservation of tho
Union and the sacred rights of humanity and
freedom, lielweeit tho two, intelligent and
liherly-loviiig Knglishmen will not halt long
In their opinions and preferences.
iiii: i n ii Mintiio.
Newspapers In various parts of tho country
arc busy In suggesting names for tho vacant
mission to Franco. Assuming that tho posi
tion of Mr. IiiMEl.ow as the chief Minister of
our nation near tho Government of Loins
Natoi.kon Is but a temporary one, It Is not
Improper tliut Pennsylvania should present a
gentleman whose appoint, ucut would be
bailed with general satisfaction, and who com
bines all the requisites for such a trust. We
can name ono of our follow-citl.ons who is
particularly qualified for so exalted a situation.
We allude to Moirrox Mi:Mioii aki., Es j., of
It is unnecessary for us to speak of tho per
sonal fitness of the gentleman we have named
for an able and faithful discharge of grave and
responsible diplomatic functions. His long
and blameless life in this his native city ; his
fervent devotion to our country through all
its trials; and his legal training and prac
tical experience in public, aflairs, all
combine to make such an appointment de
sirable to the Government and gratifying
to tho loyal sentiment of tho nation. Mr.
M:MiciiAKL is aa eminent citizen of our
Commonwealth. Ho Is l.nown and esteemed
from one end of it to the other. His selection
would tend to harmonize tho jealous and fac
tious quarrels that have sj long disgraced our
State olitic8 and impaired our usefulness.
We leel sure that President Lincoln could
do no more graceful act towards tho Kcystouo
State than to tender the appointment to Mr
McMichakl. Tho country can certainly
obtain the services of no stronger intullect, or
the labors of a more diligent and vigilant
A HEIT HATrl.K.
How many, In civil lite, understand what a
great battle is? They have dim ideas of its
being a rapidly shifting panorama, in which
blood, and agony, and strife, and thunder, and
contusion are inextricably blended. But they
cannot conceive its details. They do not pic
ture to themselves correctly the parts which
make up tho whole. Tho reports of war cor
respondents, although they give singularly
correct information and graphic dcsciiptions,
give but a very fceblo idea of what a battle is.
In reudiug them we too often regard them as
a mere list of casualties, and omit to attach
Intelligent ideas to the words.
As a sample of what a battle Ls, take tho late
struggle between TnOM as and Hood. Tho
Nashville Union gives a detailed account of
its progress. From it we learn that Genor
Tuomau' order of attack w?.S ok follows :
"1. A. J. taitu's Corps on the right, and cover
ilil iii Uranny White piko.
'2. The 4th Corps immediately to the left, the
1st Divinon m the centre, ttie -m on the left, and
the 3d on the right. The 1st Division was com
manded by tkneral Kimball, the 2d by General
Ml unt, and 1 lie 3d by Oonerul Beany. The.e ad
vanced on Fr.inkliup ike, the 1st Division resting
its left upon it.
"3. Siiadnmii's Corps moved out tho Marfeps
boro pike, Tith instructions to gradually m ive
to the right and join on the ItU Corns. His wax
mand consisted of iha division of Genoiul Criilt
and two brigades ot colored troops, th'
being on the extreme left.
was placed in reserve.'; ; --w General Schoflold,
be brought li.tfvr ; 1 ?'r,,'e rlS"tof Smith, to
5 Thi" ' Jkl! f"r f'ankinff purposes.
D Le' - cavalry were ocul down the Uillshoro
fl , with orders to operate on tho raugo of hills
to which I have referred, and if possible Intercept
iu iveuui icireat or worry nia llanKB.
''At ench step of oar advance a heavy line of
skirmishers was tlirowa out, as pioaeeri, and
wLea these had reported all clear, oi driven the
Itrheis back, batteries were pushed forward,
which indulged in a few shells, when the skir
mishers wcie again ordered on. In this way, a
mile and a half ot (round was passed evor, until
our liu i had advanced about half a mile beyond
tho Thompxin place, which ls tour and i tif
Uii es from tho city, w hen tho Ilobil skiraiih
line came into full view, and definite iu'brm ition
as to their general positioa bejau to be attainable ;
tin ir main works were yet uninble, th ugh their
front line wus plainly seen, tt-jre a halt was
In describing the carrying of the first line
of works the shout ruised by the 4th Corps is
represented as having been loud and long.
' One vol'ey," says the account, "was tired, and
tlitn, with bayonets fixed, onward wuut itit) men,
until more Ihau hall the ap tee over which toey
bud to gu was p issid, when a slight halt, a load,
and another v.jlley as the prelude to a second
yell and charge. The men hallo, I uo more till
within fifty jarui of the Itebel works, when the
deadly tire which met them c.an-ed th m to halt
and retnin it. In this poi iou bath parties
tiring furiously tlie belligerents remained at
lent five inniutes. A seetluu ef artillery
employed by the Hebels could no longer
Iks nnd, so close was tho range, and there
were indications that tho gunners were about to
attempt to move them off, when our gallant men
determined to secure them as trophies, and once
mere essayed to the charge, iiut the turrilie
storm of bullets was too luach ; aguin they halted,
and a few men very tew indc.d, not more than
one in ten broke lor the rear; and the Rebels
raited a shout of triumph. Jiut this only mad
dened the assailants, who now dclied them and
ruthed up to the works. The low who had com
menced to letreat teeing tins, wheeled around,
and in a tew moments were ones more In their
posts; and with one wild shout their stuud trds
were planted on lbs Itebel battlements, and tho e
who hud to stoutly held them tied in coututiou to
The ensuing passage will give some idea of
the breakneck flight of the Uebcls :
"From this time the rotreat of the Kebols
became a miscellaneous aud disorderly rout.
Hundreds of them threw down their arms and
surrendered, among them a brigadier-general
General Jackson. Unr men rushed on. They
were resiktvd no longer; all they had to do was
to pursue, and they did this with ths same will
aud spirit thai they had exhibited on making the
charge. Though greatly fatigued, they rushed
on headlong, gathering up prisoners by scores at
every rod of their progress.
When it has facts to work upon, Imagina
tion can do much hi picturing vividly war
scene. The battle between TJooo and
Thomas was a great one. The more truth
ful are our conceptions of tho scenes amid
which victory is won, the more truly will we
"honor those who help to win It.
CUR BALTIMORE LETTER.
IUi,TikHHK, December 2i, 18t4.
8im:-Bnt little relatire to active army more
ments hns trsnaplrcd in the Dupurtinent of the
Sib Army Corps dining the past wok. Ths
operations of our commanding (I corral through
the ml. Itary tribunals silting in the city are of
not iMere-t to Bsltimorcans, especially to th jae
who, seeri'lly svnip:itlil7lng with tha Its el!i n
trritihle On tip-toe with ears drawn ten-o, In foar
(,f having soma old fnur. pai brxiKhl l las
pcmitiainiK inquiry ofa ini Usry court
1 hoe triliiiintli) are miking aid havoc union H
tl e Ki hela In our inlJsi, nnil onlwtrJiy ni,
llnlt more and Maryland generally, aro mora loyal
I hnn perhaps any olt r diy and Stifln itij
North. Hit) casn ol Mm. S irsh T. It it?lnn,
Some time ago arrrxtrd, tri-n, mill con re te I of
kavii g ip-t aaabrc to ll.irry l;lm r, as a com
p'ltnciiUl i Mrvh es a.'iiini the I' nlon, created
much ititcri at and divctsi'V ot ophiiiiu. I'nroug'i
the t Hurts ol llmrin r H wmin, ami her c niieo ,
William Schley and Juimtban M rtnti b, hor .e i.
tciics-ol livn ycra ImpriMi nn lit hi l' i c ili jrg,
MithH hreetts, ami 8 " K line, w n nnnull-.t, mi l
alii r an ali m e of a few weeks she returned t -d;iy
lo tier home nnd her Ills rtr.
(Mienil Wallace still pursues tho even tea ir
of his coarno ngnint Hands and their svtn i t
tlii.tiH, lenril'g lo I lie I'ria'dcnl ami the ttiitliori
tica at Washington the responsibility ol making
IritiU belore cnu itn iuailittl nuil itnlnmy ciiii'ius
iior.ii, ni.twilhuaiiuing tin tr exp rmn to tho (Jor
iiiniit lit. a farce ititil a mo keiy of jusli o. Ftiu
titf c mil, fur the trial ol civil ca-es, wns c ni
vi ni d a ItwiUjs '(, nnd is i'eid d over liy
Mnjur (Ji n( ml Alt xmnltr I).. M Co k j M j .r
Wi.il m I'. Lord is ict on :il a Jnil,;u- Vlvoeifs.
't he Major is niilvrr-nlly lyvert and cs'oome l II ;
i ti line lawyer and nil aeeoisji islicd g'lrletnfi.
Tlic cmiri nmrtl il, for several wciks ptst 0 i
CiiLcd upon ihn njul of l.iu'iieiisnt 1'e.ir ng, of
C plum (i. W. 1". Smith' Independent M oy;in I
Cuv. Ii v, ti.t. lucn di'-"!ved. M ijoi-'i nei i
Msliel was l'rcntdont, and (' itnin llennissui
J lit; t . Advocate. . J lie I ill r was mii'.toi'ed out
ol tl f m tvii c j ca creay. Mo ninny of the most
ri 8,ii'Clntile llolx Is hitting been Incarcerated ii
common jiils and pe dis ninn ies for their tlis
Invnlly, Ihiy have developed strung inlluen e
again!, General W.dl ice, which may so id
result in his being relieved from command of
tlii- 1 partiiieiit.
To-morrow, a usual, will bo the grand Jubilee
and festival of the ycur, or r uber M inday. Tho
norm Hlong llaliiuioro Kieet, after having fur
K tenil weeks put on ihe r brilliant colors, wilt
(lu ll out and scin illaie like too rocket on Mon
day. Money eerns to be plenty, and a ju di int
Chriktnias is ineviiable. May the bullsoou have
oce.i-loii to bo rung lncnliy overtliu criiihing out
ct il,e Hi boldon ! They now but " ring oat n
(lowly lug cause."
Tin: Ai.niaiiet oh Tiiaitoub. Arnold, H'irr,
Ciiliotni, Davis, J-.Brty, Forrest, fjranliiiry, iliil,
Ivcison, Jackson, Ktrnv, l,e, Marruiiduke, Nel
Koii, Ovten, l'idigiiae, ()iiHntroli, llliodos, cstuart,
Th, nipson, tln-ueecss. Van lljrn, Williams,
Xhntistion, Yancy, Zollieotror.
Thh Ai.i'iiAitET op Patriots. An lorson,
Banks, Corcoran, Dix, Jilisivortli, Karrsgut,
Oritnt, Ilanc rk, IngftMc, John'on, Kilpatiick,
l.aiidiT, Mitcholl, OsterhaiiH, Porter, Cjuiinby,
lit nolil, blienniin, t horn ih, Upshur, Vaa V'lict,
WiidsMOiib, Xpcditi 'ii, Young, K.igonyl.
fiini.H v. itii I.aiiok l'BRT. -A corrssnondont,
ho has recently been making a tour through
1'iuiisi Ivut lii, ;iv his "niteutiou wis called by
(ieali rs in Uastcrh-Diade work to tbn de-lralie-nes
of more variety in Hie width of shoes." That
in rounirv dinnets, "the girls, even iu families
vho run well alb id to buy shoos, frequently go
biircfootcd In tl iu summer season, and their feet
b'jeomo (jui e large." llo requests us to call tho
attention of our doa-east triends to this fa t,
and wc do so cheerfully, from kind regard to tha
girls afoieunmed. We trust, therefore, our Yan
kie friinds will remember the Pennsylvania
damsels, when thay are giving out stock, itndihtt
'jours" will govern themselves accordingly.
Mint anil Leather Jteporler.
For Additional Ioealt, nee Eighth Paje-
Stath or Tikbiiomktbb To-dat. S!k A.M.,
'J8. Noon, 35. 1 P. M., 30. Wind. V.
Ladikh' Bklikk 8ociktv. This Society has
bren engaged through tho past season in per
forming a nohle work among the poor of this
city. This morning their ofllcc, at No. Oil N.
Cigbtb atrect, was the scene of much hilarity and
real pleasure, ahout three hundred children hav
ing amiurnbled for the purpose of enguging in tha
festivities of the occasion, consisting of a fine
repant, provided for them hy the managers, and
tho reception of gifts, such at clothing, shoes,
etoekiiigs, bonnets, and other artir'rs, calculated
to be ol real service to them during the cold
A lino Christmas tree was placed in the win
dow, upon which were suspended almost every
thing that tho mind could think of that would
pltaso and comfort the sniftering. As tho goods
were distriiiuled the countenances of the young
rvtipii nts would light np with joy, so thut th;
I ulies who were Instrumental in Jiiug np the
allair were well repaid tar ihoir troulilo.
One of tho ladies con-ecetd with this charity,
Mrs. Ileni'OD', baa collected over lyi)0 during
the season towards this object, and others have
alio mot with much success in their cffjrts la
this direction. At they charge nothing for their
services, all the money that is collected goes at
once towards the object for which it was la
tended. Mils Martha Klsegood, the Missionary,
hits bten iiisirumental in doing a vast amount of
irood anionir the noor. The societr is comDrised
ol ladies from all persuasions, Catholic audj'nw J
tcstant. 1 " -' ' ' -' I
t v r, j.A;Rbs Hkatex. This morning,
John ( -'-' , .
- - jui uury and a man named liagey were
'quid beforo Alderman Beltler, upon the
cliai.go of being Implicated in a violent assault
snd battery upon two police otllet-rs. It seems
tl at a warrant had been previously issncd for the
nrreM of Cartmry, who was charged with assault
tir.d battery upon a bartender, and milicious
rii.- cliicf, at aluger beer saloon Twenty -third and
Vine atrietH; alao.wi h assault and battery upon
his wife. Iaist nlnht Oltlcers Usliorne and Jen
nings attempted to execute the warrant. They
proceeded to 1 wcntv-tltird and Callowhill streets,
aud there encountered Carbury, with a nuuibur
of hi associates. The oillcers, npon stating the
object of their visit, wore attacked, knocked
down, and badly beaten. One of thorn had his
stitr uud club tnkn from hiui. The defendants
were committed for trial.
Aw Aocki-taiile Ciihistmas Gut. We can
imagine no more useful, valuable, and appro
pi iate Christinas gift, than any of D. Apple
t 11 ' s iir.dord publications. They are of great
p, inisiunt value, and will prove altstlng roinem
bianco of the giver. Mr. James K. Simons , No.
MN.trxth street, hits tlicin tor sale, aa well as
one o! the lorgest eolleetloiis of valuable works in
Oarcijr. tie is enterpr.siu;; anil discrimination
in Ids elcctit'ii of works, and derts tlio targe
f -ittonage n hh h lie Is d dlv receiving from our
community, lie i: f;,e l.il ugent for the Memo
rial ot tlin l.u-t I sir, iul lii.iny other works, and
for variety and val tc, lias a col'ecion e'lmil to
anj in our city.
' lit 1101.AHB A iiiii t This miming, bettvnen 12
an t 1 o'clock, amall counting-toom t-a.thed to
a loiuiniaskn hou-e, at the south. vest corner of
Twenty llr-t nnd Marl et stwta, w broken into
by butglurs. Towder was uted to blow open the
lire-proof. Too much of tho article was tiMid, and
the books and pariers wore set ou tire. This gave
an alarm, and the burglars esjitped. The appa
ratus of the Philadelphia l.nglnc Company was
soon on band, and the Haines were rxtingaished.
The burglars got nothing lor their trouble.
TlIH RlJHll 0R fsWl KTMEATS. Now is the
day for bonbons and sweetmeats. Teople who
during the ysar have keen ahbt&ining from all
such luxuries, are ready to invest in sweetmeats,
and go to either of the Whitmans, C'besniit struct,
above Third, and Market street, No. 1110. They
arc the main depots for such good things, and
receive the greater part of the patronage. Their
sweets are the sweetest in the city, and are bought
by thousands of our citizens.
Fair in Aid op tub Wobkino Wombm's
IUliff Association. In order to obtain funds
for the establishment of the rofuge for kclplees
working worm a, a Fair has been opened at Net.
73C Arch street, and will continue during the
holidays. The cause is an excellent one, and the
charitable of our city would do well to forward
to the room articles for sale, and also lend their
patronage to help those who are laboring, to suc
ceed iu the good work.
Fun. This morning, shortly before 2 o'clock,
a tire broke out at the coffee, mustard, ant! spice
grinding establishment of i. F. Bowles, Second
street, above lUce. The upper portion of the
building was pretty well damaged. A box-took
ing shop adjoining sustained some iajury.
HLARcno'.Tois morning, William Wood, alias
White, was arraigned upon the charge of stealing
watch, the property of Mr. Fagan, In S. Ninth
street. The article was recovered al a pawn shop,
wueiv it had ly." I'-Ad by the accused.
M KIM - "I.D. -On Thnmdnr, tVvm-nlwr Uth,
I'M at ihs rlrst trinn Fa'oima Char n. Kica uti-oat,
bv Hi Hl'T. .1. II A. Iioinbrranr, Ii. ii., Mr. IS .(! K.
1. 1. KIM to llM t AltOl.lNK Alt.iol.U. all ol llili oil.
PAVI-NI'illlT-SMITIt nv Rr Wl'llam rathi-art.
Drrinilin '?S. Mr KDVVIHII lnVKNI' UtT 10 Mm
I 1. ZM l lil a sMI I il.li ,(hu, rhliaioliiila. (tlorman
lonn T-1 grt'lh p s c.niy J
KNOX KO.t. On Iha Isili Instant, hr RT. Thn-nM
Wnrphr Mr. DW.tH I 11 K Ml l.i Mrs HALL1K. A.
t ox all ol rrank ur.l.
I tl(i.-(ltAM On Tiwwlav rn'ni. T-Tiv'.r JHIi ,
Ism hr th" Cor. R. ('. Mallsrk Wll.l.lAM II. I'OOL lo
MAIiYi 1 1.1 N 1A, anuiliirr in Juliatl.Orain.KKi .aU
ol ilil rltv
VAN A N T- KOItCK.-On 'h SOln of Nnrmtir. hr
I ev. hvrrclt II. I'! llinlMer. ill III rr'Hn ol lhs lrt la'i
Inilior Mr. Wild. ISM II. VANHANT. Jr. to MAHV
ANNA l'tlt'., both ol llrlslnl timnsliln, lliirkauount,
lll'IKII.- (In tli JJil Instant, KIWRrw, Km Ot
Iir (o. II. ami Kat A. biiriilii. tn In dtlt yur.
HA I N I OUT. tin III 21. t lustunt. HI I. LI A A IA
VI n I'iiH I', In II 70lli var l his nan.
'I Iir rln(iw a nnd lrlnil. nl Ui Inmllr ar mwtl'illr
IlislO-dlo allrnil Hip ttinenil, lr,,in Ills lain res..l,,l0
In prnnili'O, im MnliC.ar innrnlnr. t'l "ftih Insl int. at 10
iCelia-k. ana tnini in MthiMllst rrulatant ( 'tiitrori at
llilit: eporl, N. 4 , at II o'c oca.
M Ms o N on ' r aar morning lha ?i lii'l , (IKO.
W (Kit.xKY A., fin nf Jam, Ja a,,a l.iaitia A. Klsaaa.a,
an ii :t va' a.
KM I K.- On !h 21 .t In.lant, ( AUItV O Tl.t- KK,
limit IiIit n ,1. (1. anil .Mar,art KIrK, akJ 2 yonrt.i
niuulliM Hint ilav.
II r rcliillvii. ntiit lrlnil of Hi familf ar ran"t''altr
lnvpd le alti nil the luiieral Ir an III ri'.l.ln, of her
prriiM. No Ht'i H. Kronl tr I, tin San, la ar ermun,
ill Villi, at 1 uYIni k
i.l.K.-'l wonril "n Thirsilay aiturn mn, S.M Dc ,
1 1 A It V I' Y HI. I'M WOliTII.
His iiihI-rrlatlvps an'l trlcnils ar rsnlinllv Invllnil
tnnltinil Hi Inner.! tram lis laihi's r.ll"nna No.
W Hue ntri'rt, mi ManUav tnara.ug, 'i'ilh Inatant, at 10
oi lin k.
iiniKKniia.-lir. Jr.iti'. (I'iikki rus, tat l.i-
mrelte I'h i im-lan ot tl,p 1'ort of I'hl'aO-'llittl i. n ! I i
Vic llaaiit. al Ms rrwi.lciicp in l'r iv-ilncn lownsnii,
M ,tin,'i'fin"ry r, inn l y. I n. In tin, Ii ,li y,' ir a Ills air.
His n iilivos nn, I Irlciuls iir ni,'tinlir nivlt..(l
In aili nit his itmirnl Irien his Inl r (lnns on Wi,.l
ni Hilnv. ?l h Instant, at h) n'clnca, A. M., or mi-i't ilia
itiiaTHl at th ' lniH'l (it th MnnliMnvry ('o.iuly ttr nis-
I, ry at Nnrrlflow n. ftlmitcimi. rv n unty 1'a. at 1
i,VI,,i( T. M Fr,i-nils In I' Ii II nil el ph a wt -n'.!!!
Nurds own ears. Ninth anil tifn slrls. on V,.,li,.s
il y.vath nt II o'cluck A. ,M , anil lnut the lan,Ta at
I I e reim lry.
HAM. -On tho 21st in.t.int TIIOM V.I II ALL. In tha
1 Hi year nt Ii in nir .
'I l.p n I lives and (rlcn-ls nl th laml'y ar rnsp-tr illf
Itivlfrd In nil-nil trip lnt'1'rnl, In, in hi lat rt'.Hono.
r.n. i: '2 Id, -, shei't, tn-:i,w ihliiiion, (ill Hand.iy, at 1
i.Y lick. In priiient at Al, xilnl's.
KAIIDY I Kl M'K IIAUIIY, at (amp Fallon,
1 ixas. caitnrd oft th Urntf. t; at Hnlilna Pass, IS
yrars o d.siin nf Ann anil ill latn Tliainas llar.ly.
lllll.ltTI.I FFl It Klled In Virginia, on th 211th
In-lnnt. ( Phialn .I'lllN V ( HI l it rur r'r Kit, Ci.nDa if
(.. Kind Nw York Aluuntcl ll'Uus. iNnwYork pa.uira
ili as copy.)
III I 1. -On th "Oth In-t Mr "AM tT.L KKKU, a aol
dl( r ot tti Waro lslj ate 1 7'i .Vi-ars.
Tlin n-lat.vps and Ir ends id thu Inmllr, anil any rft
n ahilt'K siitninr nt th War of IHI2, ar rn ii''t a ly In
v, ii'd to aitctid (lie tiniprni, loan Ins lat ratidimcp No.
II. 74 I'nKyunk ruad, on Mdnlay altmnimn, at o'cl.nik.
ltolil.N -ON on ihP VI st lnt , Mrs. HAHAIt AMI
lK ltlN llv aiPdtiSyenni
'In ndntlvps and Im-nds ar invltrd to alloid Ih
funi'rnl irtini Hip ri':dcti ot Mra Susan itat'ls, ,
Allpn Iri'ct. Lliihtccnih Ward, on Hanilav altraoaa,
a. 1 u'clnik 'lo iii(M-.o,l to Itiiuahlson'a i oin"tcrf
RltlKl.t'H, On N itnrdsj,?4 h Int-t.. EL'Z i 811 IKLDS,
rvl ct of John Hh (Sill, la hur 71st yar .
llpr iilfiuis, snd .ha. a ol Uio lanny.ara Invltnt to st
tcnu hor fnt'trul, from Iilt tat rrNliliMico, Na. M'.i N. Ba
vi nth a ret tai Wt d'iisdsy Bfli'rti mid, VI It Inst., nt 'i
o'clock Iht-rinont a' feriniaiiUcn a ('eaetory.
8A('KM AN.-Oll Ih Kit ln.t ,JO.Sf',lII 8PACKVAX,
a. I'd 44 yi ara.
11, ri a Ives 'id lll'nda a' relppPtfnlty Invllad to
a :oiul his funeral, from tim'ini ra.lni'iii', No IT17 .Ipffor
aott itr. t, on Heccnd dny (Monday) iillj inst., al 2 o'oatrk
I' M , without itirihnr notice.
HMI U. In Trntnn. on Ih tilth instant, Llcuionaut
Coiinniindor V AI'sON H.MITI1, II. H. N.
I MiiMAH. Aftor a In.rrlnii Illness, Mrs. AMANDA,
wi n ol tbn lata Jonathan 1 Hi.ui.ih, In the 4 ILli juar of bar
Th relatlvra and Mends ar rpelftilly Invited to
flt'piid tha fiiiieiai. Imm tha ri'SiCenoa of her slstrr, atri.
Anna M. HerkU'nn, No. !l.!il tiarlolt htiort, on Ma'idaf
iiio'i.inu. at lu o'cl K'k. Kuovral to projttui lo Ceilar llul
t' tnclt ry .
W tliK-on Ih Wd Inst., nftr a short hut avr
Illness, whtt-h ho t or Willi christian fortl ludo, IIKO.
V WAliK, In Ih 'i.Mli roar of his a -o.
'tlin rplatlvos and mends aro lospectnillr Invited to
atten,1 hi- funeral, Inml Ills latn resl'lciir.n, hack of No.
KM On:harJ atrect, on.-unday a tcrnoon al 1 o'olo 'k.
(;(I)KY'S LADY'S HOOK,
A CU1MHTMA8 Oil NEW YKAR'S rRESENT.
Lltrraluto, Knkhlon, Klne Arts. Trloo, $0 01) a ynar.
If N. K.. comer CIIKHNUT and HI XTII 8U.
JJANi EOMIST PAPEE IN AMtlEIJA.
The publishers take pleasure In prnienttne: to tha public.
Trua i"iv or ouu xjniox
IN 118 rUBBKNT rokM.
fS umber Ono la lame,! to-day, an coasliU of
81XTKKN bXTKlt B.OYAL (JUAKTO PAOliM
Of eJosely primed reading raattr, ombraclug the greatest
fSl'ARKLINO STOltlBS, RCT SKKTO II KS, TllUILL
INtl AllVENTIIBUH, ClllllCa A HC 1)0 TBS,
ClIAltMINO POBTIIT, MaHONIO MaTTUUS,
KlUTOKlALS, MlBCKI.LANT, &C. otC,
Fresh front Uio peal of the
BEST WRITERS IN TUB COUNTRY.
The pnhltihcn claim the NEWVLVU tohetlieCiiKAt-B
AND IUndsoHKHT PAI'SK IM AMEU1CA.
THE FLAU la for tale b
NKWS tlEALKUS KVKKY WniSllH.
BIMULE COP1BH, TKN CE rs RtioacttiprtoN
fKICK, tOVH DOLLARS A TEAK.--'
A. WINjin, uoiesale Agent,
S if " o. I) CUHlltOT 8trel,
AN INDIA IHAWL OR SCARF,
o. it t 'II jHN Street.
A lame and handsuuia assortW."' n9W eB,
o. 812 CHE8NUT STREET,
Iters lv tn raform klseetaemelaaatomeri ttiat hla ara
skiu sioia or
FANCY ()! rW AND TOYS
Mm pan, that ot an; fanner HBpnrtatlna. Havlat -kruiao
with rare every aitlole biin.eif. ha ran truly aaj
tl.eri, la bu siaiiUr aitabliiitjuent la the country that eaa
enuiyare Wllh hla. Aa to P'le, ii.-tllr j an -otli Iroia
tli 3(tt ninitnUeturcrs anil aruau id Kurupe, tLuaa dval
era who buy rr ,u the lmp niri hara to sell ualu can aur
taiuly nol c. Dipet wltliMu or tha lallewuw goods ko
h(ca lane a sliritv, aud In tuuh auturaljt uaw atyloa
aa an oilir afnr la tall city can olTor:
I. till KB' WOKK-I10XKS.
JEwhLHY .Ulililt. ANDOI OVE BOXF.B.
KI'K.SrtAI!K1 roK LAlill'A ASI) IIKNTLIUBX.
WK1TIMI UrSUK-UltK'blNG t'Asru.
pans, PAuia t.ti.r ash hiiok.k hoods.
phian WAiir.-notiKMiAN ularb,
vasi . or riNtar ax liyrat and Moneitir.
Cl' I 'I.KKY t'ltifcvr KNiil.lMII WALKING CANKS.
( Hit hl.l iSI) AKi.'RKUY lairLEaIMM l'.
FANCY 1.KA1 ink (1(101)8.
1.AU1EB' HACB-OYEK TWKMTY DIITKUBNT
CAHAB, rOfKFT-BOOKS. CrilAB CABLS.
cakll.s OK ALL k latins.
CIIHtH, HOH1NOKIS, l.OTTOrB
KII(HACK, COUHTiikS, ClltSS, ASO BACg-
KAOA I tl.I E AND TrVOLI.
IN '10YH This deparlment Ii complete In oyer? variety
kustwn.with many novol UilBKa Haver aelere Impnrod.
IX'lle, tUevta-y lr.e variety, of every klatl knonn, tept in
B4 itvre. urraisei ui beauty and Uatvtul lire salm any.
ttmit'haowu Lerand In P,urup, liila Ij no Idleb'mvti
Iavaiaa aUoald call and lee tlieu. 11-JV-Mrp
TJSEFITL HOLIDAY PRESENTS.
jjtlIZB TKATKLIMU BAOB,
LAiillb' SUori'INO BAOB,
iB5TB TKAVEUMU BAtIB,
HE NTS EXCl'ltBION BA01,
AND Or 0V. OWN MANUFACTURE.
BETICU1.EB, POCKET BOOKS, FOBTI'OLIOB, and
every thins utetul for the Traveler aud JUtariluiillU
A Mure itock, inttable fur Fresaata.
JAMEH XJ. HROffN,
TRI BE AND BAO MABtTACTUkEB,
No. -3 OH CIIliMtVUT (St.,
1MI laa OppoilH MalODll flail.
WANTXD VESSELS TO LOAD FOR
uauleltok u Saw toil. Immediate a.utea aud
i .u.sl raiaa as vaa. Ani.lv to WiLXlAat Ur,K. Ja.,
nottikohau amd swim
5 1 MA JOt .
VYINDOTf SITADKat No. TUB
bew btti.fb, I KELTT,
at mr OABEIHaTOIf h 00.
IfABUTAOTVytRft' I CHRINOT BTBJtl
LAHllRBF BTOCK III TlUt OtTt
AT LOW FBtOM.
. im iwvpws ii ii yofai u iiii t
A L It A V i: N.
I. I'. V ALRVE.,
BiHTor(o W. 11 Cairyl,
N. 71 CUl'.SNUT 8T11EF.T.
Ollora Complete Hera of
NO. 71 f CHEHNUT HTIH3ET.
T)r. Jayne'N IIlr To isle, Klcg-nntl.v Por-
fumed, can be had In while Hint Rlasi b titles, with tn
pers, anltable ftr Die billet table or droning bureau. The
qnatllleoofUili rplebraied preparatbtn are ao wc'l kaoa-a
a to icarcely roipiire mention; but wa will aay.lf yonr
kead is bald, or partially in, Ifyour kalr It harsh and dry,
tailing ofTor tnrnliiK arey; or If yoor head Is oovereil with
dandruff, acorf, or akin dlieaioi, Jayne'a Ilalr T.tnio Is
the article to remedy lin t evlla; and to prove It, yon
havo only to give It a trial. Prepared by Dr. D. Jrsa A
Boa, No. 'J42 Chckuut strret.
,OeMrg;e ilrti TO.'B
SKI' 110 111
Iff ABO If HAHT.IHS
Over tsl of each nf tnv flno
Intnutiiwn'a have ben a .lri by
Mr. ft., and the deuu&nd li ot to
ot antl 7 tncrca.lrg.
lor sale only by
J. R OOtJin.
BovonUt and Cbosuut sarectA.
PI ABU I
rinss Ilavnnfh 'licnr
AlKSRM. 1IAVI A Rll'IIAItDa,
AncH and Tkntii,
has Inst rocolved anew liniMirtutliin of
of the efcolcet bmnda.
ft, EEAL ESTATK FOR THE MILLION
Ll EBAI. KBTATFj FOB TUB MILLIOV.
PEAL F.HTATB F TUB MILLION;.
ANn MILLIONS Fl) PUK0I1 19KK9.
AND MILLIONS FOB PUUCUASEIW.
AND MILLIONS FOB PCItCll ASKtH.
BEW MOMTIII.T CATALOIIUB JUST OUT,
HEW MONTHLY CATALOIIUB JUST OUT,
MEW MONTHLY CATALOllCF. JUST OUT,
FOB tlKATUITOUS 1HS TBI IIUTIOfs.
FOB OBATUITOU8 DIHTItlBUTION.
FOB (1BATUITOUS DHTBIIIUTION.
t-s.ono.nuo woutii ok real estate fob hale.
M.OGO.OOO WORTH OK KBAL ESTATE FOB BALE.
t.0u0,C(M WOBTH OF BEAL ESTATE FOB 8ALB.
TO REAL ESTATE PURCHASERS.
AuKoCatalt'irue ever published In this city (no matter
by whom) wtl) compare with thoae yon tret by applying to
(IKnlU.E C. &11LLEB, Beat Eatsto Broker, No. 1M N.
HIXTB Blreet. All persons hi quest of any dnscrip Ion of
city property should not fall to get ono. Said Cutal igue
containa a great number of llrst-claii city propertlea, also
a goodly number of Mansions near by. Alio, about
$l.HOu,0(0 worth of Building Lot! in all portions of the el'v
Alao, a groat number of l,weiiingi, that wiU be sold
a iv, an OB CAsy termi.
OF.OItCF. C. Ml LI. Kit,
Practical Ileal E.tate Operator
for the la.t twenty yeara,
No. 1M N. SIXTH Street.
V. B.- Olllce open every OYenlmi until lu p. M.
TVOTICK THK OKFIl'l R OK. THE nV.'.ffrt-VAMY:!)
1 s Inauranco ( (impaalia vsillt.-f Uo open lor buslneaa
on llouduy nt Vj.Usy-jsn, itaut i-
. - J K WOl'HKRK.H,
Trealileut rtiuuta Mutual lusurauoe Co.
A Hi'HUK tl ( (IKFI s,
Frosldent Insurance ( omuauy or North America.
ill MH 1. Mill Kltl.KI),
rresldvat of lb Insurance Cvuiuaay 01 (lie state ol
Seerotnrr I'nlon Mutual Tnsnranoo ('flmnony in" thlla
illiiil irt f. ft VND.
Proatdent Do aware Mut is. Insunnce l ompany.
WILLIAM (It A Id,
FreslUcot Auierluan Mu ual InMuriiuce couipaoy.
W1LM M EHIIKK,
I'restdent Antlira' Ite Insurance i 'ompany.
' 1IIOMAH K KAItlH,
Fresidontol ih A merle in Kire Insurance Co.
J UIKs HOMI.Uis HMl.lt
Bec'y arid 'Ireaaurer 01 " I he I'lil a ( oiitnlmtlonjulp.
JON. I A ITKItHON.
I'resloent Pennsylvania lire Insurance Co.
Troasuref Mutual AssuruuooCo.
('. N. B V M'KI It.
I'resltlcnt Fraiiwlln Fire Insurance Co.
Frt-aldent Re lanoa Insuranoe Co.
Itll.HAItU s .Ml 1 11
Aiiant LIvorpuo: and London Iu.urancu Co.
JTtfE BHTET MAHUFA0T3EY.
Tba anaMtlbera would Invite atteotlon to tlielr
IMPROVKD CUT OF SUII.TS,
WttUn Ui9 aiake a apaoUlty la tlielr kailnaaa.
ALSO, CONSTAJS-TI.T BMOBITIKO,
NOVELT'ES FOR GENTS' WEAR.
J. -WT. HCOTT A CO.,
obhtlsubn's fberisrimo sv.okb,
N. feklsl CiiESNUT HTIIB.ET,
U-kVOutB-tl ITj bora Wr CoolineuUl HotoV
No. e0 OHEBNUT STREET,
lias the U.it Assortment of
Gentlemen'B Furnishiiig Goods
In tlie City, A-r Christmas Fraaenta, tnca aj
BCABFB, SICK-TIBS, OLOVK8, H0BIKBY, S1I1BTS,
DKAWEVS, 8UHPIMDKKS, Ac. 13-ll-H
JEW OAMKS AND PUZZLES.
The Babbit In tlie Garden of Flowers,
FOB LITTLE CUILUKISN, SltSD.
TEE HOUSE 01 WA8HISaT0N,
ALACK OF HANTA OLAUB,
Nine ianri andllftyPn2ilee,rcrpertne of allagi,l-J5,
THE KINGS OF ENGLAND,
HOliSE THAT JAOJ? BUII.T,
Mae Gaaaea and nlneFoaalee, HlstorUal.au jarimi of ail
asea, tl'W.aie Uirasi kMaUfui Cbrtitaaaa rimaia.
i B. UPFINCOTT CO..
Mo.7U MikBBT SuvMi.
atim, miULIBIl .
l'i-10 Ko. W M. SJXTH lartiet
WANAMAKER & BROWN.
FOB A BANK Mil IIOUSM,
A LARGE ROOM
On the First Floor, having plenty of Ihjtit, locates! aa
Betwera Scmail and Filth alreolt.
J. BTa THtHrTMAN,
IJ.Js lrp No. Id n TH Itil Blreet.
1 L t O I L !-
wan i ri.
raritfu. with from in .o.-viO. t frtrm nrfalntfArt im
ft ..rii.niiy dow lormttiir. unnr th Mntrtot ol f tnil-
iii nil ui f iiKinr ni tl iitiii 'ii't'fl ttat II H I Ilk .
1 he pmpi tv l. now loldinir W per cunt, n( oroUt
II. o I'tircJiaie mtne.
12 ?4-flt Kfl t!7 WAJ.NU r Htrrwt.
i;IvKiG!IT COM)t;CT()llS AN I) DR4KU
I nr-n Wifi'ti. Tti IX nit. morn nJ Ohio KMrn4
Compiny vvmit ft numbtf nf xpfrifnc(l rallrAtrl mi i
run upon l.n numemua fr- icht tmlrt.nN lu rlvn tfrni
flllr)uMi bnwcfn fciaUiiir n.l Whoi klnf in! Pivriittoi'
narc Tin bmt x (ii 'i will tt pttld n1 rfiilr fiop'of
mnt ittTMi to h nit M m will rwrt i Itbrr mf t f4-
4wunt, iti'nii, wnn ar bu nrnc to trs ln-mNi Unvw
A J VAIKItANK K-nl r ,nt UItiiIjO, M.,miX Ol
Btatton, lmtiiut i'Uy. W t
1. 1 AHBT. Auni rtrrnnd IllTtiiloB. MftrtlnibarBT. oa
hot (Jd d nrlt-i (rt.iu hiillinmri.
J P wall. iiit lliiM iHTimm.rip.limnt
W.CAKii. Aaontai UrifioB lor th rau-narsbim roM.
f It. ro(I, Affrnl ' Wk.sMrf thft fonrtri PtrKlotl.
BftlUmoro, Md , lM-rpinlxr n, U-ia Im
aO M A N U FAC R' RK 118, TO CONSUIMERS
Alt VOI'NTA!!f Kit ANK I.IH COAT. COMPMft
nrti lnflj mintnu ttioir hrl, frf o-I'tirtilDg, and fltittantlt
ltlftrk llrath nnd I'llmrftn Cnnl.
HTOCK rAHTAIll..O"(V-fli.6nO HHARH1.
KAf'H HIIAUK KNTITI.KS TO ONK AND A IIAT.T
ToH OF COAL I'KK YKAR, AT T11K AOTUAI OOST,
rOit TWF.NTT YEAK8.
BTO( KHOLDKliS' miCK 7 50 VF.K TOaf,
DKI.IVKKHO AT THE BOCHR.
If our Coal nuJH jnur rfully wnntH, which byatrUlof
ont or two torn jou will ancertain, thon we cm offer
KlvantARC whlrh no fithi-r denier can. We may inn ply
jtia dlnrtly from the nilnen, or dlly from our yard, and la
fltlier rane you rerptve inifonuly tlie itme a I ad of eoal
and cort4lnt In welvht.
If yon become a ttx-khuMer of our Coal -proTtdltifr Coh-
pany.ttK.1 coal I m-rved tit ilrnt coul ; or tf yon become a
cuRtointr, we nhall give you 'adrantaKns nowhere elit
Our bu . ai mlncn aeoki reiiular'otistomeri, aa4 or
worka. when all con plcted. will bf alle to deliver vera
hundred thr uund torn, of coal to the doom of coaatttaere,
who all, by becomlntt cither atnckholdcra or roftnlar par
cl atcra, enjoy the ailrantaxea of being directly couaecteS
with our mluea.
TUB COM PA NT HAVF, KKIKKVF.O r!,rX BHARIM
ion a woitKiNd capital.
Rliaron, ench, fur ahrei, $M; tea hftft. $10;
twnty all arm, Mity hre, AJ6; one huitlrari
abarea, tf; ana two fiundnd and ilfiy atae ea l.'OOO;
pnvab.e I aif en siieacrlottiK, mid ball oil. January. lt6 1,
Rat h rtiaie enittis-a tr a holdwr to ree annua ly one
auilahi( tone of coal at euat, now $1 -'4t pr ton, tor
au('t',-ivl eara, and ainu tu (' iU iilvideudi oi Uie proflta
firm tha naiehof aJl km .ilea eeal.
Wc brtve tout ex ihpk'tt'd an laiportanl altoratloa fa onr
Worka, ntul by It, hh litre ine proud aatlafaotlon ofolfer
ltK a bettor prepared, coal iliin the mrknt fiaiyobpro
d cef ; the iiulity vf whlca ls praised b all our oua
tiDra. Coat mlifa worktd on such a practical bails are worth
mote i hmi tlold mine, and pay bt-ttcr divldeuJa Diaa
man) tatiulnnaOll weha Wnile our Coal Worka will pre
dure the l.latk IMamonda nninterrtip i-dly 'or a dad cer
tainty, the Wold tutiiuii and Oil welia may auipand tins dtot.
An iiiTiaiiucnt in a lound C3al-producln( buainoia Itke
oura, Ik almotit nhliKaiory for every prtwldlne; family, at
Iraat no lr att 10 piovldc tor the yearly demaui of coal for
hotiftoliohl iiurpofctis. lu tbis aspect a dlvulond or latere at
rt" 4'l to ftU percoitt on fie nioiu'y Invested can eor
(alnlv he reaii.Pd. without placlns one dollar of the prin
cipal tit rik Kmety doilara, onco for all Invested, will
proline At cat lor twenty eira flttecn t-'iis ol eual per
icar, at tne acmai iu uiu, ...,.-. un-
Jiverli Rthe aan.p to the door ot (he at cl. llder ; on which
re will rtrcUe the I. derail or dividend imin'-JUtelr an th
rcf iptor tie coal, by piling aomusjb lesar tho a a me.
We are supplyinR thoiiHAndn of our cit'ena wl-.b our
coa t but wc have e'lll room lorthoaaanda of atockholdera
nud ctutomerf ; for. tho yreater the nuoitier, tha more pro
fitable ti e biiatnoria ; a by it, the production and deli r or
otCal la decidedly Cheitpeiied.
I lee call at our office, and tnaVt a trial of one ton af
our coa', And you will surely become a stockholder ara
r uular cutomer.
The Company la clear of debt, and condacti buslneisatt
the cmU prln tnle
Olllce. Ko. 11 d. T1UUI Hlreet (nppoilte Olrard Bank).
AiXRRT B. Jaupkm, Secretary. li-M-atau-linrB) I
CHEAPEST IN THE OITY.
A LA 11(11 ASSORTMENT OF
A-t No. 38 H. Second Street.
Below Market, Wait Side.
For the aeootnmedation or our Customers who oanatot
spare time tn pare) a.a during the day. we will keep o ir
u re oitrn until IB P.M.. every evening dunes the h ll
dava Wa are dettrmluid to elnseotit our EXTKNIIVBI
STUCK OF 10I at price. MUC11 BELOW IUE UiitfAi.
A. J. WEIDENEB,
H -19 trp
Ko. 18 8. SECOUD Btreat.
la Great Tarlety.
EXPRESS CAr.TS, EXPRESS WA00X3,
WUEVLBABB0W8, BI.EK1IH, KTO.
lly Uie Mannfactom,
. A. YOST,
12. il -,p No. HI DOCK 8 Iroet.
OIL STOC KS.
W, A. HAMILL,
ISo ai7 Wulnut Street.
FOB BAI.E-Ali tlia letftlag dividend paylnf OIL
WANTI-Partlei with from tl to I20.COO, to form
rlslnaiora In aCtmpany, wbos. net recalpta, at the pre.
ent time, pay Oily per cent, on Uie pure base money.
ALSO OBKIINAL SCBSCKlPTtO.VS received lor tha
greater part of tlie beat Companlea now organUla;, aader
ttit dlrectiou of gentlemen of experience and undoubted!
Lading. Call aud gat a circular. M-ttt-at
ONVFKTIULJS AT 3d ATI'IIITV INTO
G - M JJOJVIH.
ThM Treaanry Votes preteat great advaalagM to aa
aerloart si aa iBTntmant. The latenat it Ukaral, It
aeenrlty aastoabud, aad the prlvllw. glv.a Iha holdor at
OBTtrllnf the aotaa, ar-on maturity, tnt CBirEU
STATES SIX FUJI CENT. BVMSB (-)) la of great
This Bank kaapa en haal a larg .apply ef all aMomlna.
tteai.troai BoOato 1.
A COMMIHSIOW OF OKB )U ARTE R FEB CENT,
allow Ml aalea of-W0 aat upward. ; en lalM f I i,0tl
at tsm, TBBBB E101ITM FEB CENT.
M0ET01 MeMIOHAEL, Jr.,
SIXTH AND MARKET STREET
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