BT IRIDOBW fl. ARCIIBR. ., '
Only faded poitrnit, '
WrouRht with exqnlxitc iirt,
That I bide from the fairish dnylivht,
And keep In truwt on fny li?(ir(; .
t Onlj a shadow? trnatre 'k .
Of onn so true and denr, . .
That a halo of lovo surrotiiiily if.
And makes its leaturt'9 clear.
I cannot pierce tho enre atceped pfmt,
When tear nitotn blind my cyea,
For mournful hues of the iJoanitnir
Float oa my tbouchta that rwe.
In a lonely mound, 'ncath the carclcxs crass,
Thiy buried his sacred dust,
In the depths of my heart, far from human enze,
I honrded his truth and trust.
Can the callous world, with its Gorgon leer,
Deaden the beau'ii'ul rIow
That blooms from the withered fktcs of tho past,
Once lit with an Iris-boy ?
There are phontlv tracks ot death in the years,
That have heedlessly onward sped,
Unmindful of all they shattered iu gloom
Jn their cruel, remorseless tread.
The bright of joy, and the dark of grief,
Ko tjes can truly fee,
For none may read tho scroll of the heart
With love's own sympathy;
Can I paint the charm of that spell-wrought hour
' Where he cost his lovo at my teet.
And I wept wi'h bliss in my thanks to God
For a happiness fco complete ?
Twns a summer's day, and the loyful winds
Were loaded with honeyed breath.
And the heart of the air, with its pulses of life,
Could not harbor a thought of death;
For the fcatrnuee of oopc was scattered abroad,
And its liuht was spread above,
And over all was the summer calm,
As sweet as our pledge of love !
For olt, in the stealth of a chosen hour,
I wound, with a woman's art,
Remembrance of looks, and tones, and speech,
In a woof within my heart;
Until tis word, like Hashes of light
Uevcaline a hid Ion flow er,
Laid bare the unseen bud of love
With the truth that forms its dower.
I wrote tho book of our future life
With the sun-flecks of each hope,
And never a thoucht thnw as edged with gloom,
O'ershttdoKcd lis horos'Mpe; ,
With stolen tints from flower and sky,
Love's magic pencil a rouirht
Fair vl-ions that were photogruphcl
Through the lens of each cherished thought
But abieeze, sureharjed with venom of death,
Wrenched the book from my hold,
Aud blotted and wast;d the hues ot my dreams,
Infused with affection's gold;
' Till niy lite eeemed bare as a t addened tree,
( Scathed by the wind and rain,
With no vcrunl sap within it,
, To make it bloom aain.
Till the tempest of gi ief had spent its force,
And I bore to the patient years
The trust ot his wortlkund lenity,'
To bai ish vain, lutile tears;
Till my barrtn life was hallowed and blest
With faith's undviii' hue,
And my 1 eart look strength from sorrow's mists,
As a (lower is fed with tie js.
Only a faded portrait,
Wrought with marvellous art,
That tho sacred past has bequeathed to me,
To place in trust on my heart,
Till the kiudly years, in their trontle inarch,
To his soul'may hriug me nigh,
And ref tore in Heaven i he love and truth
That were never meant to die !
Fashionable Gossip Latest Society Scan
QUEER MARBIAOB CF.RRMONIH3 AT THE I'RUHSIAN
trlin (Doc'tnberO) Corretiondmce L iiulun T.itet.
This evening, at 7 o'clock, Princess Al-xim-drine
of Prussia, the daughter of Prince Albert
and Princess Marianne ol tho Netherlands, will
be married in the l'alaco ehapel to Duke Wiihelm
of Mecklenburg Scnweriu. a brother of the reian
iug Grand Duke, &nd her cousm-gerinan. l ue
mother of the brido, being divorced from her
hutband, will not attend the ceremony; but tho
Grand Duke and Grand Duchess Dowager of
llecklenburg-Schwerin, Grand Duke Cons'uutinc
ot Kut-sia, Prince Frederick ot the Netherlands,
and some minor royalties have arrived at lferliii,
to jrrace the wedding of the illustrious coupie by
In accordance with a custom which sfroncly
savors ol the last century, the King aud Queen,
he bnle nnd bridegroom, and the other mem
bers of the royal family, directly the marriage
ceremony is over, proceed to the White-hall of
the palace, where they s.t do An to play at cards.
I dare uay they do not engage very deeply in the
..-itriciicles of whist; but at any rate the going
through the form of playing is part of the pro
gramme. While they are thus occupied the in
vited guests are directed to pass them in siusle
fie, saluting, and bowing as thy go. As, iu ad
dition to the higher members of the nobility, ot
the clergy, and the civil service, all tne otl'iccra
of the lierlin, Potsdam. Charlottenburg, aud
Spandau garrisons have been invited, you may
easily imagine that the testal procession will
require time, and that were they to endure It
standing some little etforl would be necessary on
the pari ot the royal personages.
Dinner is then served in the picture srallcry,
the velvet hall, and the llrandenburg apartments,
when the hereditary officers of the royal house
hold will present tho first dishes, In symbolical
fulfilment of the more serious duties which de
volved on their predecessors in tho olden times.
The Prince of Putbus, asTruclwess ot tho realm,
will place the soup tureen before tho Kinr; the
Prince of t'ourland, in liis capacity as tichenk,
will pour out a glass of wine, whllo the other
princes and noblemen, attended by gold sticits,
pages, and valets, will pcrlorm the same hono
rary service to the Queen, the bride, and
the bridegroom. At the conclusion of the
banquet, with Its toasts and accompanying sal
tos of artillery, the party returns to the White
hall, where the ceremouial Polonaise, customary
on such occasions at the Prussian Court, is
danced by gentlemen and ludies bearing torches
The newly wedded couple then retire to the
apartments prepared fortbem in the palace, pre
ceded by paces carrying torches. As the com
party disperses a piece of ribbon, called the
Princess' garter, is handed to each gentleman,
in remembrance of a less elegant custom pro
v ailing in mediieval Germany, and still faith
fully observed on peasant marriages, when the
article is scrambled for by the former admirers
of the bride. Should there be anv issue ot this
marriage the children will, perhaps, succeed to
toe throne of Mecklenburg-3ehwerln. Duke
William is the only brother of the re'uruiujr
Grand Duke, whose sons, it is held by some,
might be incapacitated to succeed on account of
there being a flaw in the lineage of their mother
a born Princess of Reuse. '
LOLA MONTEil' BUCCE3S0B AT MUNICH.
JttW'd Di tember 0) Corretpondene vfticlmdon Tim-$.
Do you recollect the name and fame of LoU
Montez? As a personal favorite and political
agitator in the palace of Munich she has lust
had a successor in Ilerr Wagner, the coinpojer
of Tannhausor, and Inventor of a new but more
extravagant than euphonious sort of mus:e. Tho
experience both these celebrities have had of
Bavarian court life is singular In ltselt, and
offen a curious parallel. OldLudwlgl venersie.l
the fiery danseuse to a degree wbicn, lor the first
timo in his life, made him publicly set aside the
authority of the priest", and neglect tbelr
sensible advice to conform to the rules
of decency. Young Ludwlg II, his grand
son, now ruling the Bavarians, wita thi
accumulated wisdom of his twenty years,
it his artistic predilections are of a nobler des
cription than those of his grandsire, will like
wine Indulge them with a munificence which the
country thought could not be tolerated for any
length of time. Lola llontes got a palace, an
estate, and a high sounding nobility title iroin
THE DAILY EVKNINCI TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY,
her doting admirer. ' TTerr Wagner, whose music
is perhction itsc It t the ears ol his royal friend,
had lurpe sums presented htm for tl.o composing
divers operas, tho establisument of singihsr
academics, end, it is said, a vanety of objects "of
partly Hrtistic, partly!,polltical character.
Against both favorites the court, no les than
tho people, eventually rebelled. The court, be
came it has been traditionally accustomed to
suffer no one but a nobleman, or a tried bureau
crat, to come Into close and familiar contact
with the Miveielgn; tho people, because the in
habitants of southeastern Havaria the Bava
rians proper have been always distinguished
by a dtrong provincial feeling, and are ex
tremely jealous 01 loreigcers, be thev rrnssinus
or Bpnnlard?, partaking of the eood thinrrol
their country. Ilerr Wagner is from Dresden,
and accordingly rev tudod as much an intruder
as ever was Lola Mnuiey.Jherself. Th.- animosity
ol tho Court, supported as it was principally by
the conservative section of tho people, natu
rally tended to pitch him as well as his fair pro
cessor aguitist tho reactionary party, which
now, as eighteen years ngo, reiens Fiipremo in
the palace and cuoinct of the kimrdom. Thus
what was originally a mere personal attachment
of the King speedily became a political connec
tion in either case, and Ludwlg II, being so very
young, allowed himself as easily to be carried
away hy his feelings and idiosvncrnc'M as Lud
wis I, who was too old and too Infatuated to
prererve the necessary self-comhiand. Lucou
laged by Indulgence, Lola Montez at lensth pre
sumed to attempt the expulsion of the Jesuits,
while Herr WagnT, it appoars, declaring aninst
Ilerr von Plistermeistr, the omnipotent Hecre
tary of the King, only dissuaded his royal
patron from the appointment of some reac
tionary oflicials. But tho Court proved too much
lor boib of them. Tho priests denounced the
one no less than the Other. Tho alerical pajn-rs
hinted at- the Church heliie possibly en
dangered by their prcenco in tho capital.
The people becan to murmur, and the
Min'sters to look grave. At last the old Kmjr
w as coerced by open violence In thesprine of
1848, and the young Kin" ohhaed toylold to
seriouh rernoiit trance a dHy or t'o neo. Lola
Montez was chased awav by an infuriated mob,
aud had to flv lot her lite; Hcrr Wagner, as the
Bavarian Official'. Gazette lust announces in
solemn terms, has been requested by the King to
start on n. journey, and absent hi nself lor a lew
months So r.avaria is quiet again, and peace
has returned to her homes and her tirc
nde. It is slntrular, but highly characteristic
of the 6tate ol the country, that oa tne mere
eround ot their receiving the King's patronage
there should be such striking similarity between
the fate of a ballet pirl and a gentleman who,
whatever may be said Against his music, is a re
spectable mao, and a man of abi'ity.
TROUBLES OF AN AMERICAN LADY WHO WirfiNT TO
EUBOl'E TO GET ENAMELLED.
At the Marlborough street Police Court, Lon
don, December 12, a welVdrescd woman made
an application to Mr. Tyrwhitt. She said she
had come to this country to consult Madamj
Rachel, having seen, when in America, and also
since she had been in London, certain ndver
titemems addressed to ladies. She had called
on Madame Rachel -and had given her a diamond
ring worth tweny ' pounds, and th'my-tlireo
pounds in money,. iut nothing had beeii done
lor her, and Madame Rachel relused to return
the property. She was to obliterate all the
marks on the apnlicimt's lace leit by smallpox.
She gave her a bottle of something like white
wash, w hich had no c(h ct.
Mr. Tyrwhitt Why did you gi vc, JIadam Rachel
so much money ?
Applicant I paid what was demanded ot me.
The agreement was that the money should do
paid in advance. The papers were full of recom
mendations of Madame Rachel, and I thought
everything was rij,ht, so I came to England.
Mr. Tyrwhitt directed that tho applicant
should have a summons.
Juet before tho magistrate quitted the bench,
Mr. Saer, lrom the ollice of Mr. Kdward Lewis,
entered the court and said, as he was informed,
a summons had been granted aaramst Madame
Rachel, and as it was not unlikely some notice
of the matter would appear in the public papers
he hoped he raiaht bo allowei to say a lew words
for the purpose ot putting the mnvtcr in a more
corrrci light. Ho would only state that tne
applicant was a lady who represented herself to
be the wife of the meiieau Consul. Sho had
recovered from au at luck of smulloox, and had
applied to Madame Rachel to remove the murtcs.
IShe was to pay 100, but hud only pMid live
Isapoleons on account. Madame kachel had
attended her for elu'at tla.vs, and the lady had
also three or lour "Arabian" baths at Madame
Rachel's house, and Madame Rachel sent iu her
bill, and last Thursday the lady called on
Madame Rachel in sucn a state of excitement,
that it was necctsury to call in tho asbiatauce of
Mr. Tyrwhitt remaiked thnt sometimes very
large sums were obtained from persons who put
themselves in the hands ot advertisers. A sum
of 1700 had been obtained, he believed, in one
Instance, lie had no control ovr tho press, and
he thought it would be better to avoid discussion
until the summons was heard.
Terrible Murder in Vengeance for a Sis.
From the Detroit Trtbunb,2)th.
A teiiible murder was committed in the lum
ber camp of Charles MoUride, on Pine river,
Midland county, Mich., last week, the details of
which ere most shockingly cruel. John Conurt,
a man employed in tho above named camp, was
found dead, and fearfully mangled under the
roots of a tree, having been murdered by a tnan
employed in the same camp, whose name is Cam
den. The details are substantially as follows:
About a ycar-and-a-half ago Conart made the ac
quaintance of Camden's sister, whose parents
are Canadians and highly respectable, and on
prorub-ing to marry her succeeded in seducing
her, alter which he left for parts unknown.
About six mouths sine, bcr brother, who
had been a soldier in tho United States service,
returned home, aud learning his sister's disgrace,
vowed vengeance on its author, who, by the
way , be had never seen. Accordingly, he started
in quest of tbe object of his vengeauco, and suc
ceeded In tracking him to Saginaw, where he
learned that a company of Canadians had just
pone 1o the woods, employed by Mr. McBride, a
Canadian lumberman, lie thou started tor this
place and soon leurued the location of Me Bride's
camp, where he found the object of his search,
whom he knew lrom description, and then
feigned wnnt of work, and easily hired out for
the winter, and went to work with Conart for
his partner. Matters progressed thus for a
time, till, ono afternoon, Conart and Cam
den were sent to t ut timber come distance norta
ot the shunty. Camden came np at night as
usual, but not his companion, who, he said, had
gone to a lumber shanty a short distance across
the woods, and would not return before 9 or 10
o'clock. After suppe Camden went from the
shanty unnoticed, iicing missed in the morning
andConait not having returned, suspicion be
came aroused, wueu two men were sent to
where the two had worked the day before.
There tbey discovered traces of blood, and, in
looking aronnd they discovered an upturned
tree, which bad been cut od' and let back to its
founer bed, and on digging under this thev
found the remaMis or the missing man, tho head
beiiig hornbl m.itiUled. ua if o'ouo with an
axe. Camden was Immediately pursued, but aa
yet adt the slights:, trace of h'm has beeu di".
covered. The abovo particulars of nis sister's
wroi gc, and tie object of his search, Camden
relattd to a man of whom he inquired the way to
TiiBPim Men or Kansas. The Kansas Utate
Jourvil, oi Lawreuco, publishes a list of the citi
zens ol that Hia'.o, v. ho j a tax ou au income
ol Stlut'O and u,unls. The more prominent are
A. Caidveh 4:i 4WI J Rinebsrt -$30254
T.Csniev 4 2f) M. Kysu M.iM
W. Fairrbilu ),(KO I.. J South 22 2u0
A. Garrett iW 000 J. f. S evens 43,051
liiicrtub-Uoio. . ho ou) ButrertlHd (over
LoUeiimein fcou land dup'b eo.). . 74,400
ilon I eud, Jr .. 33 140 0 lUilot K8,0'H)
Uorehead ttlll p. Fuller 81 OuQ
PRizkS. The following pnites are now ready
for distribution at me ollice of the Fourth Audi
tor: 45 bale ot coiton, captured by the SnUUigo
tie Cuba; lavj uv, iaptur4 by the Vuyuya.
TIE VENUE EXTENSION I
SILVER MINING COMPANY,
Subscription Trice, $10 rer Share,
- Full Paid.
I'flnipblcts giving lull particulars of tbe groat
inducements cflerrd by tbii enterprise, to be had
OFFICE OF THE COMPANY,
No. 55 K. TJlIIlli STliEUT
WU1KRE . ,
SUBSCRIPTIONS ARE RECEIVED.
SAMPLES OF ORE FROM THE MINE
CAN I.E SEEN
AT T1IK OFFICE.
P It O S V E CTUS
CARSON GOLD MINING . COMPANY
Tbe Landof thli Company conglrto of 120 Acres, in
If ecklrnburg county, lorth Carolina, 3) miles lrom the
lo n of Charlotte, on a branch of hogar Creek, which
stream luruL-hcs good waler-power lor grinding the ores.
This Mine as first opened In 18 8 by a man named Car"
son. ho worked it succe&Hlullv for a number ol years
lie died In the town of Cbunotto.ln 1&16, worth over
ball a mlllUn uollr.ru.
'J wo kbalts have been sunk on this property, one of
them W) feet, the other tW feet, on ditterent veins,
avernnlrg Horn two to Uirce feet In thickness, which
ems etUi continue on down Increasing In width
ana rlcbnen. These sbalbi are in good order, and ore
can bo readily taken t ut at ai y time. Other veins have
been discovered on this properly, ai d totted, and proved
to be very rich In gold. The ores ot this mine are known
as the brown ore. and very rich, yielding readily (1
per bushel. This Is be leved to be one of the best and
most ccrtutn mines In tbe Slate, on account of the abun
dance aud quality of the oie, and the eae with which it
is obtained and reduced. This property has been
worked by iluj ir Z A. lirlcr from 1810 to the breaking
out of the war. Ihla Company have purchased, this
property, ai.d intend to eroot machinery and- put the
mines In immediate opciatlon. ,Tho muny advantages
of this mine over the mines ot Colorado and Nevada can
hardiy be estimated. . It Is more readily reached, and
has.alnindnnce of fuel, with cheap labor. It can be
worked all the year, and not, as In the case of Colorado
andNevada.be compelled tolle"lde for three or lour
liiontln In consequence ol tbe Beverliy of tho winter.
This mine having been worked lor a long time, proved
to be a rich paj lug one. We do not, thcceiore, havo to
incurtberliiktlie.ro lain on undeveloped property, but
can count on 'urre and Iid media to roiuins on tho invest
ments. 11 avlng un ore thut readl y j jolds ten doilurs per
bushel, some estimate can be made ol' tho value of thli
properly. With tho present Imperfect system ot mining
In this locality, and absence ot proper machinery, ten
tonsot this oio can be taken ouUdaily from every shaft
opened. Estimating, say fl teen buxne s to tbe ton, the
daily yield will be fllteen hundred dollars lrom one shaft,
allowing throe hundred dollars per day for expenses. Tho
net product will be l'iM) per day; counting 3W working
days to tbe year, the yoarly proceeds will be' $3(iJ,0ii0,
which yield can be largely Increased by extending tho
works. Ibis Is considered a very low cutluiato of the
capacity of this mine by experienced minors ot that
locality. Tho Asaaycr of the United Mates Mint at
Charlotte, in gpeuklug of this property, says it has few
ci,uais in productiveness In that country, and with
proper management and machineiy the above product
can Le doubled.
CAPITAL STOCK, (.100 000.
NCBIbER OF MUKEd, M.(M).
Price and Tar Value of each Skare...M S10
WOKKINO CAI ITAL, tyt.OOO.
Books for Hubscriptlon now open at No 407 WALNUT
Street, Koom No. 2, first floor, where further information
12 13 J. HOPKINS TA KR, Secretary.
A magnificent assortment, unsurpassed for
ELEGANCE OF STTE
MODERATION IN PRICE 1
Eich Bohemian and China Vases and Toilet Sets, Tartan
Busts, Statuettes and Votes, rich Work Boxes, Jewel
Boxes, Seeks. Diesslng Cases, Cabas, Folios, Companions,
Odor Boxes, Gilt llouotcd Card Stands, Odor Cases, etc
Fancy Kets, French Jewelry, Necklaces. Fancy Combe,
Paris Fans, Silk Umbrellas, Toilet Uoods. with a com
plete assortment of articles suitable tor B Bl D A L, BIBT 11
DAT or 110LIDAT FBLSENT8, at prices the ouoat rea
sonable. II. DIXON.
12 8 lm No. 21 8. EIGHTH Street, Philadelphia.
Bli UMS, ETC.,
At C. P. n.F.ASaNT'8 N'ew Musical Instrument Store,
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COKMlSeiOVKR VOn ALL THE STATES,
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Aflldovlts to Aocounts. taken lor l'ennoylvanla, and
all ibe States, Pensions, Bounty, and Prize )uev ool.
Ie ted. U 'tit lit
Just completed, a boautltul ."uiety of
ITALIAN WABBLE MONUMENTS, j
TOMBS, AND tt KA VB-STOJf E3,
rV 111 be sold cheap for cash. - I
Work sent w any part of the United States. '
1IENIIY 8. TATtlt,
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IMPOIITKU OF TKAfcL
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CHOICE NEW M1XTUKK
CONNOISSEURS IN TEA,
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NUAE OTHER SOLD.
EXTRA CI10ICK JATAN TEA,
The Only Lot
IMPORTED IN STONE JARS.
NEW CHOI OOLONG.
HIi.NItY CHAPMAN ,
He 'ust rreoivea
A lot Kill IrVOICKOF
3o rtvaricalionon the tineucoi lulsuhood to otlect
12 32 lm No 932 AHCtt ftTKE K T.
f AfeT PROCLAMATION TO THE PUBLIC I
I' W1IXIAI INOKAM. lealiealer.No 8.WKCOB
Httcet has suld out his entire stock at war prices, and
now that the Itebcillon Is over and pence proefumied. ws
ean fell nt 75 to ldGtcr cnt le than lonner prices
Having this day received a isrie simply of very fine
Tess t al' trades, (rem 4n cents to I-8A a pound; (Jofleo
irviu to iu mui a uonna. tiui asa exuiuuie our irexb
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r.i.uuBucu ui idvi iui(:uiu' auu ifrn lu
Fine 'J cas, w Inea; and Ijiqaors,
i n & h hc'i well's Pickles and Sauces,
English and Scotch Ale and l'ortet,
Ctinned Meuts, Fruits, Soup, Eta.
Navy Metises pot np with care.
JOBDCA H. COUHTT.
SHIRTS, FURNISHING GOODS, &o
HOLIDAY PRESENTS FOR GENTLEMEN.
Just received, an elegant assortment of new
And a great variety ot Men's Furnishing Oooas.
J. W. SCOTT fc CO..
8 26 ly rp No. 814 CHESNUT STKKET.
p A T E NT SIIOULDER-SEAM
. SHIRT MANUFACTORY
AND GENTLEMEN'S FTJRNISIIING STORE.
PEEFECT FITTING SHIBTS AND DRAWERS
made from measurement st very short notice.
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In lull variety.
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An article possessing Merit will always conquer prej a
dice, abuse, vilification, and auvht that envy,
hatred, or malice can hnposo upon ft.
CHESNUT CROVII WHISKY
Is a strong evidence of the (act Decried by numbers
for what simply If its merits were known and appre
ciated it could not tail to become popular other things
less so in proportion, there Is no stimulant giving evi
dence ot so much purity as to produce certificates from
such blyhly respectable parties as Messrs. Booth, liar
ret, and C'emac, oi Philadelphia; L. B. Chilton, New
York ; and Dr. A. L B ayes, Boston.
For Kervnus Debility, and a 1 dlsi axes requiring a pure,
mild stimn'ant. there Is nothing like It. For sole by
bottle, demijohn, or barrel, at
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BRANDIES, WINES, GINS, Etc.
No. 19 N. FE0NT STREET,
HOKAt b A. NATHANS,
ORLANDO D.NATHANS. .
FLAGS, FIREWORKS, 4c.
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FANC? OOODB, NOTIONS, Etc,
FIREWORKS, FLAGS, Eto
MATCHES AND BLACKING,
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A complete assortment of Rosewood Charabor and
A feieral ajsortinent of Waltint Chamber, Parlor,
Dimng-ltoom, and Library, at very reduced prices.
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12141m Nob. $09 and 811 CHESNUT ST.
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flaw tnat vwlf1
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Portemonnalea.PoeketBooks. Parse. Travelling Bams,
Patche s Dvemlng aaes Ladlee' Companions, Writing
Desks, Porttoilos. Work Boxes, Jewel Boxes, Photo
eranh Albums. Opera O asses, Field Olasses Speotaoiea,
( ard Case China and tint Ornament Pooket Outlerr,
Kazor Comb. Brushes, Perfunierv. Soaps, Fans. Hair
Mela, Haw Ornaments, Steel Jewelry, Jet Good. Cor.
sedan Uoods. Bracelet, heck aces, Beit Clasps, Stud,
Sleeve Buttons HcarT Pins, Scarf King. Milk Watuh
eutords. Leather Guards, fcteel and Plated l bain Waion
Keva. Shawl Ptna, Vlulln Ntrlngs. Bead of all kinds,
Doll Rubber Balls, Diutnos, Die. Chewraen Chess
Beards, Backgammon Boards, Playing ('ard. Pockvt
Flank. Drinking Cups, Tobceo Pipes. Tobaooo Boxei,
Tobaoco Poach, Match Bose. Pip btuis, CIk
Tube, Cigar Case. IKly
JANUARY 1, ISGG.
. LADIES' FANCY FURS.
A I) I K F A N V Y V U 11 S.
No. 718 ARCH STREET,
ABOVE SEVENTH PTRKKT
At his old-(s'ab)if hod store,
tUPORTEH. MANUFACTURER. AND
FANCY F U R S
LADIES AND CI1ILDKEN.
My assortment of Fancy Fnrs tor Ladio and Chll.
ircn is now complete, embracing every vanety that
will be worn during the coming season.
Kcmembcr tbe name and number.
No. 718 A ECU bTREET. above ScyenU.
I have ro partner or connection with anv othoi
store in this cit. Vi'iimbv
jours' l "furs i Fuiisr furs i
No. 415 ARCH STREET.
A. K. & F. K. WOllU VTirS
BEAUTIFUL CHRISTMAS PRESENTSt
Uudeon Bay Sable,
A. K. & F. K. WOMRATH,
10 6 8m No. 415 AECII STRFET.
KS, FURS, FURS.
HENRY RASKE & CO.,
Importers and Manufacturers
ARCU BTREV.T, op ARCH STRiST
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS, FOB LADIES AND
"We havenow open for Inspection to onr customers and
tne public In general, a moat complete assortment ol
Lad,ea and Children's Furs oi all descriptions, which, lor
variety of quality and superiority ot ttnish, cannot be
ea celled In the United States.
Please call and examine onr stock snd prices before
HENRY RASKE & CO.
No. 617 ARCH STREET. 10 3
JOHN A. STAMBA OH,
IVrOHTEB AED MANDPAOTCEEB 0
LADIES' FANCY TUIIS,
No. 826 ARCH Street, Below Ninth,
lias now open splendid variety ol
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S FA2JCV FURS
Of every description, 1-itest and most approved
"yles- (1018 8m
Every article warranto as represented.
STOVES. RANGES, &o.
(J TJ L V E R ' S
New l'atent Deep Sand-Joint
RANGES OFALL SIZES.
Also, Phlegar's New Low Pressure
Steam Heating ApDaratus.
TO BALK BT
6 41t No. 1183 MARKET 8THEKT,
jLANK BOOKS AND STATIONERY-
" . BANKS,
railroad, oil, mining,
and other companies
Will find It to their Interest to buy from the undersigned
PAPR. ENVELOPES, AUD STAT10NEBT ,
09 EVERY SBSCBIPTJOIt, AT 10W FBICES.
DIARIES, 1808, FORTY-TWO 8TLE8.
R. HCSKINS & CO.,
BLANK BOOK AND PHOTOGRAPH ALTDM MANU
FACT USERS, STATIONERS, AJCri rrfTNTER3,
10 U 8 No in B. FOCRTH Btrce' Th todelphin.
Jt S. YOST,
"ROUSE riTRNISHING GOODS,
NO. 49 N. NINTH STREET, NEAR ARCH, i
Hai just op w large assortment ot (foods, suitable
F0R THE HOLIDAYS.
Also, GOODS FOR CHILD ftES,
Embiaeinc Sprint Ilorves, Rocking Horses, Slolghs,
Velocipede. Toy Gigs, eto. 12181m
TSAAG NATHANS, AUCTIONEEB
MONEY BROKER, j
S.T. CORNER OF THIRD AUD SPRUCE STREETS
Only one Square below the Exchange. '
KATHANB Principal Offic, established for the last
rortv yeais. Money to loan In lurxn uc smj amounts
at tli lowest rate. onDiamonds.Nilver Plate. Watbe
Jewairv.ClotbuiK. and good o I every description. Onto
hours lrom S A. Al. t lin P M. HIT it
eARPENTER AND BUILDER, I
N6. GARTER STREET
And No. 141 DOCK 8TREET.
Machine Work and JUillwrlcDting prorcpUr
ended to. Bliia
-TVEAFNESS BLINDNESS, AND CATARRH. f
i . J- ?r-;AtB' -.l'roieKSorot the Ey and
treat all disease aDpertainlua to the ahov muuiben
lth th ntaiast suocesa. Testluionlais iVom the most
lVJiifSl022!l?M b seen at hlsotlloe. Mo.
S1IIP1NE Htreet. Th Medical Faculty are Invited to
accompany their paUeat, a he tu uu ort in hi
tractive. 10 1
QFFICE FOR TIIK SALt OF
.T A Y C O O K E & C O.,
BANKERS & BROKERS,
Having removd temporarily to
No. 305 CHESNUT STREET.
Offer for fale at Lowest Market Rato.
V. B. 7 F0 Trtsenry Isotes or date ol An. 1
Do. tio. do. Jul
Do- do, do, July ic.
BONDS OK 1881.
-20 LOAN OF isea.
MM LOAN OF 1864.
10 49 LOAN OF 1864.
CERTIFICATES OF 1NDEBTEDSES3
STOCKS OF ALL KINDS BOUGHT AND SOLD
Information irlven eoncetnin: all kinds of Seeur.
8 16tl2 81 -Collections
no all point made st lowest rati.
No. 39 S. THIRD STREET,"
(ROOM No. 4).
Government, State, and Other Loan
and Stocks Bought and Sold
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO
JJAlirER, DUIiNEY & CO.,
STOCK AND EXCHANGE BROKERS,
No. 53 S. THIRD STREET, rllUADEU'HlA.
.Stocks and Loans boneht and sold on Commisaion,.
Uncurient Bank Notes, Com, Eto., bought and sold.
Special attention paid to tbe purchase and sole of
Oil 8ocks. Deposits received, and interest allowed,
as per agreement. 1213m
EE HAVEN & BROTIIER
l-T No. 40 S. THIRD STREET,
g MI Til, RANDOLm & CO.,
No. 18 S. TIIIRD STREET,
Cankers and Brokers.
Ppeclo, Stocks, Quartermasters' Venohers and
Cheeks, and aU Government tteourlties JBontht and
Bold R mo
FIRE AND BURGLAR PROOF SAFES
BURNING OF THE MUSEUM LEI
EROjf MB. BAENDM.-
Nkw Tobk, Jnij 14,1965.
MreeKs. Mkkkmo Ca Gentlemen: ThonRn the
destruction of the American Museum has proved a sert
ort loss to skvscli and tbe oubllc, 1 am happy to vortfr
the old adage that "It's an IU wind that blows nobody
good," and consequently conj, ram; i you that your
well known 8 apks hve (gain demonstrated tbelr supe
rior flie-proof qualities In an ordeal of unusual severity.
Tbe Safe ;so made for me sone time axo was in the
office ot the Unseam on the steeod floor, back port of
the building, and in tbe hottest of tbe Ore. After twenty
four boui of tnai it wo found among the debris, and on
opening it this day bss ylo ded np itscontcoU In very
good order. Books, papers, policies of Insurance, bonk
till are aU tn condition for Immediate use, and a noble
commentary on the trustworthiness of Hkiuimo's Eiesv
PhoofBajks. Truly yours,
P. T. B A It NUM.
HEBBINO'8 PATENT CHAMPION bAJES, Uiemos
reuable protection from lire now known.
HKHBiNO A CO.'S SEW PATKNT UAMKFR8
nAt'EH, with D erring Kiovd' Patent Crystallize!
lion, the best security arainst a buikloi' drill eva
CUiiuractared. UiCitHlMO s CO..
S0. iil iSBOAB WAT, corTMurrav st , New Trk.
' f AKKKLL.ajekKITJU CO.,
JM HEBRDiQ it Co., ChtBaKQ1.
,-i A N O T H E It TBS T
HEEEIKO'S FIEii-PBOOy AFES.
THE HEItT ORDEAL PAH8 ED TRICMrHABTLr
The Herrlnr Palo ased In ihe office of our warehouse,
destroyed by the dlssstious Are ol the night of the Hth
instant, was subjected to as intense heat as probably
any sate will ever be subected lu any tire so luteusa
Uit the brotis knobs snd mountings of the exterior ot
same were melted off. and the whole surface souled and
blistored as II it bad been in a furnace, and yet when
poened ihe conten ts-book and papers-weie found to
be entire end uninjured
1i,iHha'is now on exhibition In onr warehouseoB
Seventh atreet, wl.b the books and paper still remain
lug In it Just as it was when taken from the ruins. Mer
chants, Bankeis. and others interested iu the protection
of their book end paper are Invited to call audit
aiaUieiU J. P. BA THOLOW,
,. ... Al?'nt lor Herring' ,
18 Ko M8 BEVEJi'i'a 6L. WaaUluuton. D. 0.
OWEN HOUSE, '
LATE "MABKHAM'3 HOTEL."
ADJOIKINO WILLAEU'a HOTEL.
WAfllINO i ON, D. C.
12 221m THOMAS P. JACKS. Prooiletor.
C r E R K I N S
Buocessor to R Clark, Jr.,
No. 824 CHRISTIAN STEEKT.
Constantly on band a large and varied assortment
0 lUuiIaing Lumber. , .
BRIDESBUBO MACHINE WOEES,
SO. to- "BOST 8TSEET,
We are prtpared to till ardor w any extent tot eat
MAClFlMEHT FO COTTON ASD WOOLLES MILLS,
Including all recent Improvement In Carulug, Spuiulng.
W invite ib attention of manufacturer so our exten
slveoaks. ALPBEIJEK8 SO.
'HE NEW FASHIONED
Plain and Fancy, wll besold In large or small quantities.
very chap. r. HOUGH. JH. & CO.. "
a 1111 JIO. DUO . BACON II HLme.
fTHR STAMP AGENCY, -NO. 804 CHFJWPT
niAurs oi r.vr-in ircnciiirriln COKBTANTLT
ON UAHD, AD Ui AUt AMOUNT. a
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