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THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. frillLAfcELPHIA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 186S.
5 MATTERS OVER THE RIVER, CnAnoKS or In cenpiakism. About tbe ciziccntb of May la t, a largo barn hi'loughicr to a Mr. Hatch, pit iratctl near the mouth ol Co prr's Creek wasdtntroyed bv tiro, which wnsthe commencement ot the frequent Beta ol inoen tlinilHiu which subneaurntlv loilowcd. A number of bares and cUblca. with out-houses, were i rapiaij urea airerwar m, biki me cuizuns uecniuu fxcitt a and alarmed loi the saiotjr of their pro perty. Denplte the vigilance 01 ihe oHicr to detect the perpetrators of these Incendiary acts, their labors were for a lonjr time unavailing:, until at last clrcumhtdiires occurred which attonply lu plicated a lad numed John Heck, who was ttkt n into ciihtod.v and held to auswer. On Tbur-day lie was tried and convicted of the crime of netting tire to Mr. Hatch's barn. Immediately on conviction he turned State's evidence, and made a Btntoiiieut, under oa'h, lroplicat'njr other bovr with him in tho transac tion, tome of botn' were immediately arrested. Whether they are euiltv or innocent remains te bo proved. At all events it, is a bcrious business, requiring the mont careful mvesiiaat on, mid trow the fuse and candid proceed us ot the rrortcutirig Attorney, Ir. Jenkins, lull ins ice will be awarded to the persons charged as acccs fories to lhco wlr'.i'il nets ol InrtMldi jriS'D. Pnii-OTKcnsic Examination. On Thurs day evening lust tne tnon'h'y examination of the rhilotechmc Institute came oil in the large butle.inR used lor the purpose, on Cooper street, below (Second. Tue exercises were of a most in teresting tharacter, and tully convinced the large audience premmt tit tho utility ot the Pan tvurapbic System ! teHching. Professor Burns, tho 1 rmcipul ol the luMiiute, has labored tor some jean-, with remaikaUe industry, to intro duce tiiis new mode ot teaching: and the success be bus achieved in Cau.dwi. as evidenced by trie p: oticietcy ct his pupils ou Thursday night, indi cates the fcp' edy adoption of his system through out the country, r-'nmll boys Irom six to Wi venrs of ase aro taught the rjdiinrnts of cIrksicrI language?, and not a lew of the sciences, as well as other tan fill branches, h';ch havoalvaysbconcoa.it deied beyond t'.o comprehension ot children. The pictures on1 111 ut-trai ions which nccompany the lcsFons serve to 'amiliarize tbe s'holar with the Bubject, and to dcep.y Impress the memory. Ibis blends amusement with instruct on, and affords a pleasant lcliet from tho monotony of the old system. The Skating Pakks. Thse parks are now in excellent sUatirg condition, and the loveisof that oit avail themselves of its pre sent advantages in vast number. Abbebted. Yesterday a man named Stiatton was arretted and committed on a churge of having stolen a pair ol boots'. CITY INTELLIGENCE For Additional Local lkms see Third Page. Scenes at the GVtt Pastor's. Yester day afternoon, moved b.v a desiro to observe and personally inspect ihe means and methods by which ltev. Hit. MeliUee, 90 wo'l known as the "Citv Pastor," was enabled t lurnish relief to the many tatniMes who nre left in destitute circums'an'ccs by the casualties of war, we visited him at bis residence, in Lombard street, near Broad, and lound him act. very eiieaged in the dbcharge of his charitable duty. Tbe par lor into which we were utshcred was fitted up plainly but with areat neatness. In the centre cf the rodtn, seated at a table, we tound the City Iastor examining the recommendations and vouchers of the various applicants Directly opposite fat Miss H. Mooney, a brieht-eyed and cherry-cueeked girl, who has devoted her young lifo to the great work of assisting the widows and children oi those who have lost life and health in deicnse ol their country. It is her duty to take the names and residences of all persons who apply lor assistance, and lurnish the iniormatiou to certain benevolent ladies who spend a portion ot their time in hunting up needy lamilies whose circumstances require in stant relief. The excellent wfe of the "City Pasior" was. busily engaged in distributing arti cles of clothing to those who semed to re quire this kind of assistance. Mr. McElwee has introduced a system into his operations which has p oveii a treat saving of time and labor; tint h person demriuii aid makes application at the deot of suiphea, directly opposite to tbe re-idence of the pasto-, and are furnished wi'h a curd numbered. They are all beard in their turn; tbir names reentered, and erders made out to suit fheir individual case?. Asa general rule, thev ore furnished with the. simple necessaries oi iiie, rucn as uour, meat, potatoes, beef, mutton, turnips, cabbases, sau sage, ana tea ana con?e ana sugar, vine a sickness exists in tbe family, corn starch, farina, barley, and other de icacies ate provided. Nothtnsr but clothing is distributed Irom Mr. McKlwee's house, aud that entire department is in charge of Lis wi e. In the lew moments' conversation we had with her, she informed us that she hud furnished 7000 pieces ol clothing to destitute lamilies, duiing the past six weeks, and that she could easily dispose ot as much more' There are thousands ol families in this city 'Who have cast-otf raiment in their closets, rotting and tailing a prey to the ravaecs ol the motb and the spider, which, it sent to Mrs. Ale ft! wee. would terve to protect some soldier's widow or orphan from the pit less blasts ol winter. She intimated that she was inereat want of children's shoes, constant application being made for these articles How many abraded, but not worn- out shoes are thrown aside every day by the wealthy, that could be protitably used by the poor orphans of our Ueienders, the pa-.ter ot whose little left on uncarpcted floors chants a sad requiem to the brave lather or brother to -whom tney looked tor comiort, support, aaa p?r haDs luxurv! May we not ask of those who desire to be charitable to make up packatres ot the debris, and send them to Mrs. McElwee in such abund ant quantities that her rooms will not be able to contain tbe stores ( But these aie not the only thintrs that are needed for distribution among the poor and wretched. Conttaut supplies of edibles or' a substantial character are of essential import ance One benevolent farmer from an adjacent county last week delivered at Mr. Mctil wee's ioor 82 bushels ot potatoes, 450 pounds of meal 8 bushels of turnips, 20 pounds of sausage anc scrapple, and 1G quarts of Lima beans. God only knows how many huuery mouths mis great beneiuction nas niiea. Are mere any other comfortable farmers that are willing to lollow t9 excellent an example? As we sut yesierday afternoon listening to the sad story ol grief poured eloquently forth by tremulous lips nnd teariul eyes, we could not but whh that persons of meaus would spend one leisure hour in tbe parlor of the City Pastor. One icquest almost universally made was for cohI, and the saddest thine ot all was that Mr. McIOlvt ce was old ged tu refuse, trora the fact that not a sliiclo uonnd was at his disposal. Thee ml merchants ot Philadelphia could not do a more benevolent act man to turnLMi an ample supply of tuel to this charity, as there are thousands of worthy women and children pinched by cold in this inclement season of the year. We believe that it is oily necessary to mention this fact to secure aticution to it. It would not be difficult to crowd our columns with the incidonts ol our visit. But we retrain for the present. One thing occurred which we cannot resist statiner. Anold erey-balred gentle man happened to drop in, apparently with no particular object in view, but was politely in vited to be seated. A nlainlv dressed lady in widow's weeds was making her statement. Her husband had been captured at fair Oaks and taken to the den at Andcrsonville. where he ex pired Irom actual starvation. There was no ostentatious display in ber manner, but un un hidden tear stole down her cheek as memory carried her back to the blissful past. It was nut the only tear in the room. Alter statiner her case and adding that she had a sick child at borne, and not a lump or coal in the house, the old centleman reached out. an arparentlv well- tilled pocket book and bild a roll of bank bills before the City Pastor, gave his Initial, and re tired, with eyes swimming inHears. We know not who be was, or bow much be gave, but we are quite sure that he w lending to the Lord. Ve ate satisfied that Mr. McKIee Is eneaied in a treat ork, and. almost alone, is bringing ioy to mnny aflilcted households. All e have to sa in reeard to the matter is to those wno desiie to do good, go and see. Take no one's ordfor1t. Drop in at some opportune mo ment, and be your on udge; and it so, drop a mite lor tbe benefit o' those who sutler on ac count of losses which have gained us our all. Ax Exciting Ciiask. Yesterday one of the Fifteenth Ward police officers went to the residence ot a colored man named Henry Ualin, residing in a court at Fi'tccnth and Parrish stmts, tor the purpose ot arrest ng hl'n upon a cluirae ot assault and batterv. Th3 oflicer went to the Iront d or while tho defendant slipned out thron-h the biRcment. The fugitive Jumped OAer th" fencts ot severtil yard, closely followed bv an officer, and finally he cicpt tbrotich an opeidrg in one icnse. The opening wai too nur row tor the officer to pns through, and the fugi tive thus sained considerable start in the chac. The sireci w as bniillv reached, nnd a large crowd Mnitcd wim tho police a'ter the darkey. The Inttor was crabbed bv a cUizen. but with n terri ble blew with his tist the fugitive levelled bis puinir to tbo ground. At liloenth and (Jirard h venue one of the Twentieth Ward olllcers wns standing when (!nbn t assed. He was seized and tali ly lodged in the lock-up. Highway Robbkrt. This morning Mar tin Eers and Hueh Her was cbargert beioro Aldciman Hutchinson with bighwav robbery. It tems that about tiaii-piist 7 o clock last niglit an old nmn, named Thomp"0n, fell on the Ice at fevcntteiith ad Coates streets. A couple of enne ladies, who were im'sine. called th at- tcnticn ol the two defendants to the tact. Tney liastei.cd to 8fMst tbe eld man: one of them raised him to his feet, when the other Crocked bm down, Jumped oa him, and at tempted 1o rife bis pocK"ts. A girl who was Tasting tave the alarm, and the prisoners were arrested. Previous to committing this out, tse ihc.y hud lobbed a soldier, and ba.1 also topped ahorse and wagon, pulled the driver out l.d beat him severely. All this happened in be tame ne gbbdih' od. The de eudants were dentitifd at the bearing tb s morning, and were committed to answer. Music We have received from Iteed Mever, No. 722 Arch i-treet, the following pieces of 'popular music: "I ovrd One, I Cannot For get Thee." bv Annie Hildreth; "Village Hells Va fe," by J. Knccht; "Wooddde 8cbottiache," b? Grobei; "Sweet Thoughts," Fmtasie by At- filae; "l ite Uallop," by tjiobri; "ihe fcoldler's Dream of Home," by Felix Shelling; "LEiivtcs our riano." ov J. Knecit: "neene roiisa teoowa," by Russell J. Eaton. They are all adniii able in concep ion, and Indicate a growing appreciation oi music in this country. Cabson Gold Mininu Company. We cull the atten'ion of our renders to the prospec ti. s of this lecently orgnnized company, whose mines uif located in North Carolina, iu tho im mtdiate vicinity of Charlotte, where the a-say office w as located previous to tbe breaking out ot tbe Ei bell on. Bv nu inspection of the list of directors, it. will be seen that it is in the hands of competent men, tly? present Collector of the I'oit. L.'oionei w. u. 'mourns, ne hi ine presi dent. Its merits arc fully set forth in our adver tising columns. f Contemptible Theit. A lad named Cbailes Sttele, aged seventeen years, borrowed a wheelbarrow trow a grocery Btore at Third nnd Union streets, ve-iterday, with a proralsB that it should be returned in halt an hour. He nlterwards of ered tbe barrow for sale to a per son who knew to whom it belonged, and this, led to the arrest of the defendant, who was com nutted by Alderman Beitljr. Labchny. John Noble, James Corcoran, and Cnailes Clark were arrested yesterdav, charged with larceny. It eeetns that a colored barber went into a tavern at Th'rtv-sixtu ana Market streets, to gel a live dollar not changed. The detendar.ts were there at the time. Corcoran told plai'.ititl he woild change the note, and taimg it. par-sed it to nis companions ana sut denl.v the woaey disappeared altogether. The accused weie committed oy Alderman Alien. Abkfsted on Suspicion. This mornim? Samuel brown, 'who hails from New Jersey, was arrested at Second and Stuppen streets, having in his possession two saddles and a horae-sover, which be was onering tor saie at i& tnercai value being $lfi0. . He was arrested upon sus- pic:on of having stolen the property, and was committed lor trial. Accident to the police-Van. This raoir.ii e tbe police-van while at the Twenty' touith Ward Station House, was tilted over by the driver, who was attempting to turn the vehicle. Ihree men and a woman were inside, but escaped with Blight injuries. The driver, Joseph xlackett, bad his toot badly crushed, Heavy Bobbeby. At an early hour lost evening the lag store ot Mr. Dougnertv. on Bed lord street, below Seventh, was entered and robbed ol rive watches and a large amount of money, some ot which was in coupon notes, The pr perty was taken from tbe money drawer during JUrs. uoughertys absence upstairs. Ebection of Fbame Buildinos. YeS' terday tbe High Constables ordered thiee frame buildings, recently erected, to be taken down, as being in violation of the ordinance prohibiting the erection ot sucn structures. Bubglary. This morning, between 1 and 2 o'clock, the clothing store ot Mr. Belt, on Frankford road, above York street, was entered ard lobbed ot a lotot coats, pants, and vests. Sent to the House of Refuoe. This morning Alderman Toland committed to the House ot itetuge three lads who were charged with the larceny ot a lot ot shoes. OFISIOKS FUOM SHAKK8PBARE. 'Tbtouph taitered clothes small vices do appear," "Therefore Jet bo" "costly thy cabit as thy purse can buy," "For the appan I oft proclaims the man." "Note yonder tcentieman," "well-spoken, noat, and fine," "Tho class ot fashion, tho mould of form. The observed of all observers," "and ten to one ifou' l meet him In the Tower!" We have Vu far tie larneit ttot-k nf Men's, Youths' and Hays' Clothing in J'lulwkliUia. Our prices are yuaranttea lower man tne lowest eceuvtere. Tower Hall, No. 618 Mauket ftniKKT, liKhNBTT & CO. Uasueksh Cakdy. In spite of all prejudice and oi poni.ou on ibu pint of interested parties, the ro murkab e cures eflueted by tbe u-e ot this remedy, as an;ot naiiv lest' lied to by niauy of our well known citizens, will soon displace some ot the nauseous tlrusrs and duubi lul nostrums so otteu forced dou the throat ot invalids. It is annost a sur cure in all ca-ea of couwhs. co'ds Bothnia. iiourH'iria. nervousness, loss ol appetite, low spirits, and all throat and lun? dittl cu ties Its venoial niflaeuco on tne mind also has a wonderful influence on the puvmcal svstom. ) rice, 6U cei.ts and $1 per box Moid bv the drug gisti. y hoiemt.e Dy Johnson, iiouoway & cowdou "Howdoks vour newly purchased h rs answer?" 'I really don't know, for 1 have never a'ked him queriiong." Ir wtt were asked the quoniou as to where itie l oot Fami.v Coal could be obtained, we woulo ui.beaitntiiiKlv answer at vv. W. Alter' popu lar depot, tio. 957 North Ninth street, below liirard avenue. APer is now seil'nir large nut a' $8 00, and sioveand reateraize for 89 (X) oer ton. lhisis oer tainly as low as tt can be bouvht in any suction of the city, ortiuri may amo oe lolt at sixth and bpring Oarceu sireeU Tbk "Flokencs" Hewino Machine, we find, is being boueht in preferlenoti to a'l others. The rea sonH for this aro atones copimt and numerous. It do better and finer work than any of its rivals ; is the only machine oapabie of ruaninir tbe lock and knot stitches; the only machine having a uutlorm teuton of upuer aud lo vor thread : tbe only machine ihut lias tho rovers bl feud motion euub ing tho ope rator to fasten the ends of seams, thorooy saving much labor, and owing to lu ktmolo oomitructioii. it rarely. If ever, gem out or ord r. Olfioe, No. 030 ChoHnut ttrret. All Book are solH it nnal rates, at the Evans Cift book Store. No 628 Chesnnt street, and a gilt worth from 60 cents to $W0 beeto wed upon euoh urchaiter of a book, . . , A Fin KffTAM.wnM kt. We are lad to observe tl i a large nd palatini edifice has been recendy ao n odiflro aa to render it peculiarly adapted to tho iuroresoi ine nn;nm lor wnicn it was inrnnned. We reier to tlie 'nrnltare establihmnnt ot Memr. Con d ft Co., in oecoiid street, diroctiy 0ipolt t hirst Church The wbolo frout has doon retiodolled and repainted. T he window have I'C-n recappad, rliaui ing ti e entire appearance o the bntlding. It I as r.en painted In a delicate cream eolor. and the iciire front is of p ? giana llio t.ulitlinir is flv stories htg!, with front, or fO feet bv K0 In depth, with a large yard in the renr. ire Lam ot the lor. is oceupioa oy iare stnLles, where the hones and wapnn nnd in the trnt ortatinn or th I r goods are housed, the en- MieLnlding is occm lad I y tho firm tor the s oage ot tuinitme of every charao rr, ranping from tlio most expciiTo rosewood and sD'id walnwt o the c)irapet stvlo of cottoao furniture. Thorn in no )iiii( in the line of Inrm nre which persons roing to l ouw-keej idc cannot obtain at reiutnnublo rates. Could ft t o. ae an o'd-establbhed firm t'bny originally commenced the manufacturing of furni ture in Keinlmnon. and tlienee removed to Second nd Race, atd opened a sale- oom. pnnclnallv lor the sa e ot their own manufacture From thonce fhi y rerrovod to Ninth and Market, where they are still cartyin" on b sines. jis an their goods are turninna irom tneir own lacio.y. buyers n.v depend epon their beinr mb- Kt-iiijullv mai e and warrant"d to stand wur and tear. The vat ware rooms aro crowded with roie- wood old wa nut and eo tage fiirnitnrn of mint eii loiaU- and ornate des'gi a. It Is the determination of the proprietors to keep on hand h very bent cfaractf r oi iroods at as moderate pneos as tho cost ef niBteriil wlli permit Their eonstantlv increasing I tin nms gives I hem great facilities for tarnishing tbe v ry best articles at red need prices, and the re u ation tbey have abta'ncd b their lon conneo ticn with tbe r line of hminess i a gnaranto that evervthinr snt ont ol their establishment will be entire y sati'laetory. Tn Bates Black Yesierday, as I sat wrltimr, Not oi w ais, i or yet ot fighting, Jiut a pace or so mdit npl Of a book tor stokes' 8to re, gaiinc tlnngsthat I ea l "Cutting" Midfc nly there came a ba ting, And a oollv bead was stuck in btuck in at inv cflice door. 'Tis pome colored soldier begging, Though:, 1, writing as before ; Only thif, and nothing more, I was tired ot darkey caper, And bent cloce above my papers, Hopim thus the blscic intruder Woiiid go wander from my door. Ttit 1 hoped and w shed mo. t vainlv; For he knocked ard eut ed, p'a'nly fehowin" that t.e w as de'ermiued To have a speech upon mv floor. Fee tbis l'oe m in lull, and beautifully illustrated wnh wis. as also a great man other thincs in tue new ' Book of Cuttings " issued bv Charles Stokes & Co., tun eminent ciothf-rs, under the "Conti nental " We understand that comes ot the ' Book of uttiDfis" may be bad gratuitously by applying Bi their store. Ins Best Place to get a Bargain in Clothing, is Wanamaker ft Brown's gieat Clntb at Douoo, at cor. Mx'h and Market htieet known evr ry wliere ns the famous "Ouk Hall," buili t pon the slteotlhoo d Schuylkill Bank, and r lu re a olo binghouewas eatan ishod alout 10 or 17 years Biro Attbisplace the clothing busi ness has been binnght to great per fection, as ma be eecnbv a visit to the fini It ariruged sa'es-rooms and manu facturing Dipamnnnts of Oak Hall. -verv size, lasie, and pnee cuu bo met, either for gentlemen's youthi', bovs', or cbildieu's wear, and for those who preier garments made to ordoi, an exce lent Custom JJcpuitmcnt provides a beautiful varietv of fa rics tof elect irom. and tastef ul cutters who in the course ol a dav or two send home ' just what is wanted" even br the most part-eu'nr customer. Yi.-it Oak Hall see V anamakku. ft Brown S. E corner of Mxih aud Market streets, and get your Lew suit. Entkrfrir. Tbo preat roqunu'ei for success In J mcrica are pluck and enterpri"e; and ilo mn -Id, the weli-known diuggist. bus in his busine s career eviuc d both of rbes qualities. The connequiMice is tbar be has acli eved a success. He baa one ol' tbe finest estnLLshmen.s in Jxw Vork ciiy, filo tne lepuiation of the well-known Helmbolu's Trepara tions is cc-exfonsive with civilization. Ihefe preparations, it Is almost needless to say, are not ' quack medic nts " nor "puteut in dieiues;" thev areBimply legiiimate, soiemlticallv compounded preparations, wh eh, for tbe r appropriate coin pian ts, hro without a rival. They have been betore tbeiublic lor many jears, and a-o at the present n oment more in demand than ever. Ttds shows conclusively their genuine merit. At llolm'iold's New Store next the S' etropolitan Hotel, in addition to these preparations ihe Extracts or Buchu and 8ar ai arilla aro sold all varieties of Drugs and CI eniica s The establishment, is pnrhaps the finest in the city of New York, and the public are respect fully invited to call ana judgo lor tnemselves. .Depots, No 10 S. Tenth street and No. 614 Broad way, New York. Gkeat Advantages are otl'ored to the citizens of Fhiiadelpbia by the opening cf the Mi-kot SI root lea House fur the galoot Teas and Cottoe exclu sively, on the southeast corner of Iweftb and Mark at. Tbe house is conveniently located in the central part of ibe city, opposite tho prineipal market;, and conducted by Messrs. Boyd ft Co., gentlemen whose experience enable them to se'eet tbe test goods in the market, whicli they oiler at the lowest muikot prices. We solicit for them the liberal patronage of our readers. T. B. I'ETimsoTj ft Brothers This enterprising fjrrn have recently issued some ory attractive Books, and promise to follow with others of greater inte rest. Their bus ues, which was always enormous, has rapidly increased within the past few months, owing to the laot that their experience enables them to know exactly what will suit the popular mind. Thirty-five. WhV cox ft Uiblis' improved Sew ing Machines possets tterty-fiv (135) distinct points ot' svperiority. A careful examination nf Willcox ft Gibbs' won derfully improved SowingiMachines, at No. 720 Ches nut street, is most respectfully solicited. IIairDyk! Hair DyeI Batchelor's Hair Dyn is tbe best in the world. The only true aud perfect die harmless, instantaneous and roliable imxiucoi a sph ndid black or natural brown remedies th ill effects ol bad dves, and freiunntly restores the on guinl color. Soiu bv an drucririfiK The genuine is signed w. &, .uaicuoior, ao. oi uaro:ay airoti, Newlork. We woci.n direct the attention of our renders to the advertisement ot Heasn J. C. Mrawbndo It Co. Iheywi l ooen this day live cases now s'.vio spring calicoes of best: makes, a' 23 cents per yard ; alsO a IB' ge lot oi wiuu uumikos u ceuis. We advise all our readers to call at the Evans Oiit Book More, No 628 Chsnut street. Books are sold as cheap as in ai y o'hor or.tub lahinoot, and a valuuDIo gut prenoiiTea wmi caon uoon puicnasuu. Tersoxs wisiiino to contribute to the sale of Oil Paint nvs to take oluce at Scott's Art Gallery. No. 11)20 Chestnut street, on 'Wedneulay evening. Feb ruary 7th. must bnvo their i aiutins m store on or betoie Saturiiay next, bu jusi. n. iscorr, ju Vn arm triad to know that tio Kvans Gilt Book Store id peimunoutW e-tnb lshod at No 023 Chusuut street, tjostjy puis are given w n uumoiuura. " TtTTPTn-RE orotessionally treated, andlcorrect Trn ses applied, I y C ti Neodles, corner ot Twelfth aud , Bace Mreeta; ladies' dennrtment llrstdoor bolow. A lull line ol Mechanical ttumeaies and bupporta. Thk Evans Gift Book (store is now rormanantly ebtatihbbed lu ourcitv. atxsotjza cnesuut strout. I. E. WALllAVB.V, Masouio Hall, Window Curtains, Window Shades Window Curtains, Wludow Curtains, Window Shades, Winnow Shades, Window Curtains, Window Shades, I. R. WaLhatiix No. 7Hi Cheaunt str.ict, W. ft B Good Clo'bina, Oak Hull, Sixth and Market W. ft B , Good Clothing, Oak Uah, Sixth and Marker W. ft B., Good Clothing, Oak Hall, Sixth and Market W. ft B., Good Clothing, Oak Hall, Sixth and Market W. ft B., Good Clothing, Oak Hall.Slxthand Market, W. ft B.. Good Clothing Oak Hail, Sixth and Market TO PENT. TO RENT. A DESIRABLE FURNISHED ii..... (n. an nti.rillia. No 1IMIM Waltinl litrMl. GUI'S I-K-n . vifsi liif ' -tn rieeomber 4 18W. b H.V i V V.i ,L.. yra.-' ' N 2U7 Marriott o itev. i , STuntioTi Jtrv. ,. .. . , , v street, 'r 1M,.AM tKC Jl J'1' MlM MAKV AKN HAVKM OKI. ail of 1 h llN','n, NEII.sON-B4KIt.-On the t' "'.VSLiTA n?.0 home 'of (he hi ide's father, bv Ker fl. IVTa v i ' Mr THi .MAM NK J, ON to fi- . Vi... ' oauphterot John Barr, Esq , Ioftirw niHi. ... BALL On the 1st ins ant, WlI?Af BA Vr" sonol Israel K. and the late Maty Ball, to ibe X t,J jeer oi Ins age. Ihe relatives and friends of the ItimlJv, a-'uo Is tegnty Lodge, No. 187, A. y.il.rare resper.t.ii:lv i viU d to attend the luneral, from bis Into lesidenee, No VJ.ri s. ixtb stit ai ove Wharton street, on Morida affornoon, the 4th instant, at 1J o'clock. To pioceed to Union Cemetery. KAIK.-Ou Ihe 1st instant, JOUN EAIJt, aged 63 years. 1 1 e friends ol the fnm:v are Invited to attend- tho funeral, liom hla late rtvidi nee, No. 10U L cmt stieet, on (Sunday niter. ioon at 3 o'clock, lu'nr meut at Mncnpe ah Ceuietery. Fl NTOA-Ou the It inst., Mr. JOHN FEN TON', lu the 8.'id year oi Ins ajre. The relaitvcs ami mi nds of the family are re'ieot- luliv inviitd to pticmi the luneral, Irom the residence i ins mot nT, n.ili'i) r entou. po Wi s. ceventu treet, on (Sunday rooming at lOb'clock. GRIM. At era lfneer nir iline". en the 1st instant. JOds S , son ol Mr. l'cter and Mary Ann Giim .n the 84th year ot his age. lhn reintives SLd irfends of tho family, niso Ca mauche Tribe. No. C2. 1 M 1'. IV o. li. M.. also jHcSkou Circe, No 26, B. U. H. C of A., are ro- Bitot in ii v united to at'ued his funeral, from his parents' leeidence. No. 2t;i0 Frankford roai, above liunt iicoon stieet. ou feui.dav a ternoon at 3 o'clock. wlthou' lurther notice. To proceed to Frauklin CiUHtery Vau.t. H AMI LION. On the 30ih ultimo. Mr. HAN. OR IlAlilLlON, in ti e b'Jih rear ot his ago. li e relatives and friends ot t .e luiuily, also tlio iiiard Mnik Lodue. A Y M . Meridian un Lodt'e. No 158 A. . M., and l'liiladulphiu l-odn, No. 13. I. O ol O. F., are respecttullv invited to ott' iid his lui tral, from bis iie residence, No. Ool &. rourih stireij at ovo Carpenter, on Suudav afier- iionn. J et.ruurv at 1 o'clock l'.il. To pro- eed to Lauiel Hill Cemetery. l OL'DLKBACK Suddenly, on the SI t ultimo. in ife Mill er ot her ago. Mis ISABELLA LUL- VH.fjAt iv, relict ot tbe late .lame- Louderback. 1 he re atives and lrends of tho lainiiv are respect ful v invued to attend t e iunorul. t om her lae ret- dei ce, No. 642 lied wood street, below Fecoral, on Minday aiteruoon at 2 o'clock. McCLEKAMIAN On Wednesday. Januarv 81. at 7-io r. m., jkiiis Jo&traiNE Moclenauhax, aed 19 years. 'Ibe trends and relatives are respectfu'ly invttcd to attend he luneral, from tbe rrsideuce ot Mib. Dawson, No. 1027 Oilve street, on '(Sunday aferooou at 1 o'clock. To proceed to the Levering Cemetery, uuxuoroupo, i a. MEAKs. On Thursday night tho 1st instant, at Mliestowu, 1 wenry-second Ward, GEOIt'iK OkB. JEAKte, son of the luto E'lwood and Anna Doll. Meuis. in the 26th vear o. his age. The relatives and nia'e ineuds of the family are inv ted to attend his luneral, rom his late residence, in M'lcstown, Old York roa on luesdny af'ternoou, ioe om ii s-ani, ai z o'c ock t ars leave lhirdaud 1 bom;s. n streets lor Oak Lane (station at 2 P M. MUhTHY. On the 31st uf Irjo, LIZZIE daughter of George aud Corno lu Murp'iy. and grmiddaiighmr ei Jacob and Elizabeth Clothior, aitd i! year-, and U months. '1 he rela'ives and friends of tne family are reined- fully invited to n.tend tne funi"al, rotn the rest- rlciice oi her gratiiipfarents, No 1115 Hanover s'reat, iictiuenui warij, ou .Mind'iy aiteruoon at 8 o'clock. SMITH. In Camden, on the (TUt ultima. CA I HA. lilNK, rujic ol the late Hubert 1. (Smith, in tue 6ocu year of her age the relatives .int? friends ot the ran ilv aro rotpect rully inviteb toult- nd tlio luneral, I om the resilience ot I er son-in-law, C:itati Smith ti Moore, No 4-0 haleliu's I'mn. Qvenue. Cumden, N. J , on nurday aiteruoon, tne4:h instiiiit, ct 'I o'ciock. without iur- ther notice. WOODWAH1).-On tho 1st Instant. Mrs. SARAH K. U I'ODWALJ). m the 44th jearof ner age. Tbe relatives aud inemix ot tho lauiilv are respect rullv u.vi ed to eftend the muerul. from her hus I end's residence, No. 1211 Hancock tre . on Sun day morn n" ut 8 o'clock. To proceed tJ Nortu l'ei'nsylvan'a Ueuot. t .eueo to Soudoi'a Station, Fiuncoma, Aioutjoniei y county. 1 EF.'S VRKMIUM l.U 'ITITKU STKELS l'.EiNt; I I iminu actiircd Ijv nocnll.-ir maehluerv. fiavlne tlie iiulentailcn rooro deeply, keeu:y. ami reiiulsrly mude than by thd usual hanu Moeess Kit ?uto bv TItU.1l A- Mil V. i"0. 83ft (F.lulit Ihirty -five) M. ltKliT fit., bstow Mnlh. 'l'AILOaS' GEESK, BOTH BRO.ll) ASl) I nmrnw patients, oi iiTarlctv of sizes and Tailors' Squares, torsalo at tlu ilatdware rore nf iiiujiais a rtiiAw, No. 8.15 (ElgntThhty-live. MAKKr.T Ht ba.loW Mnth. BED AMD FURNITURE ("ASTERS, WITH Bra?s, Iron Wooden, and Porco'a'n Wheels; Hrusa anil llrunu l.cajlboar i Hooks Hint Kitd Pins, lor sale at the Ilar.ware Morn of TRtlMAM a SIIAW. o i) ( . Ilit Thirty-five) makklt et . hciow Mutn. IHEO, II , M'CALLA, kashionault; hitteb, AT HIS OLD KS1 .Vitus HEI MTAND, No. 804 CHBNUT tJlKiiKT. 12tt FOR SALE. SIDE-YARD. DESIRABLE RESIDENCE. 'i!Sa. ISflOPunlnr street. lot 33 bv SO to a hack street (new vacant). i OLWtLL & aO.N.O. 19 MSTii btrceL CORNER ritOl'ERTY KOUR-STORi" Stoie m it Dwelimit. 8 H. corno of Kliteenth and s streets ( loi UO feet dscp to a back street. Pown Bion soon. FOLVViLLL & aOS, .No, I'M). H. MNl tl hticet. STORE PROPERTY, No. 134 N. EIUHTH Sirpct: More Froeertv Wo. 42 N. Fifth s'rot: Store l'roperty, ho. 142 M Sixth street D.WBlliny, o. 103J (lease is tree' with 'u run lot. S'ZflOU clear, i OLWtLL, d; bln, Ka. vjb a sm m atrogt CALL OR SEND FOR FOLWELT3 LIST of Prooerties lor sale. Ortica, No. 1'29 N. N INTH Bt NO. 1510 PINE, NO. 1717 PINE. NO. l!)lt I Plrie. No. 1911 Vine. No. 71H outnB, No. 1H14 t'herry- Xo. 712 Drown, unit No. !')- Ponlur, lor aula b FuL, W KLL & SUN, o. 129 X. lil.NTH Sircnt. fff STOPES AND DWELLINGS, NO. 130(5 I 'ilPon'ar. No. IfWO Ponlur. No. S20J Coatns, No 1114 Milppco. NO.V4K 8. Tenth So. 2'1 f. Kloventh. So. 9IU 8. Flith. No. bill a'iowiiui, .no. vvi lmcu. jno. vit, nac. No. 1C4X. second, and So. 'A5 N". Kevnnu. lor sulo by rOLWl.LL & tN, No. 129 X. NINTH tit. . iiiitii yALEN TINES. i l.-Mi.tii a enuiunti, VALENTIXES. fomlo Valentines 6 gros, a'l r'.ltl'erent Fancy Valentines, in. in ono cent to live dollars. VLhS'l lXKS IW hOl'S, 5, (10. 620 cheap. ;new, and beautiful, sappllotl to the trade ob!) . FISHKIt 4 TiROTHKR. 2 3 3i No.tiN.SlXlilSiruei. I) !R. HUNTER, No. U N. SEVENTB hTilFT. AHOVK II.BEKT. PHTI,AJF.LPni4. Acknowledged v all partx't mt,rttdta hy tar tbe UOS'I hl't'Oj HMFCL PHYSICIAN in the iTcatnieut t litiai m h s pria(y. QUICK lHOUOt'UH, aniipmnan-n' ran a Outrun! b.' d luevfTT cafe. Vemember UK. HUN I KM H LeMhrated Memcditl ennonly lie tad K nulne ot htH o.d establubcd OrHce. No 44 N. HKVBNTH" Btreet. above Klltwrt i C CELLU II S li H O T II E R S, To. 18 N. SIXTH STUEET, Having !lded to their loimer business that of MILL AND FACTORY FINDINGS, Intend keeping a full aidortuient of everything in that line, which they will sell t tbe lowest rates, including Pure Oak Tanned Leather Belting, Gum Belting and Steam Packing, LACE AND 1'ICKEU LEATHER,. BAND AND HARNESS LEATHER HOLLER CLOTH AND SKINS, CARD CLOTHING, . f LF.LT HOOKS. RIVETS, ETC. AUo continue to manufacture as heretofore, WI11K CTjOTU. SILIVKS, SCllKENS, Etc., Of wh!ch full amottinent In kept corntantly on band. I Binuuuiaurp ENAr!EL OK AMERICA. IIIS WILTi INTEREST i OUIt LADY nUADKR I TIIERK HAS VOXO UK EX FliLT on the art of our LAD V I'ATnOKS A otsirc to procure an article OP TOII.KT Inwhlehtuey COULD TLACK COS FIDGNCE, andwM.h would supersede the mauy Injurloai Toilet Pon dent and Pastr which, for want of better, thoy w ere forced to tue, to 11IK ItfJTJUY OP THEIR ( OMPLLX105T AM) IIKALTII. ROW, mm vvrn. XV K iiavi: ( ' T1IK PLEASURE TO PLACX IlKFORK TIIK.1I ar.lclo which we know from personal experience to bo JuBt w hat will sotisly them in every way. It is Perfectly Harmless to the Skin. WARRANTED 10 BE SO. lu fact. so well satisfied have we become from lonit and patient . investigation: t hat it will not Injure, but rreatly improve the (kin, AKI) IiEALLY nEAUTIFY THK COMPLEXION, THAT AVE WILL BEFITS D TO ANT LAKY,' viho, after giving our prjparatl.m, anr. JUSTLY CELEBRATED 1 1 ENAMEL OF AlMEIllCA, A FAIR TBIAL, THE MONEY PAID FOR IT IF IT FAIf.S. , IT IS PIHELY VEGETABLE IN ALL ITS COM rOSEM" TAETS, AKD CONSEQUENTLY 13 HARMLESS, OSLT YO IiTPROVE HIE ArPE.VUANCE OF ,i THE BKIN. It w, 11 rca'ly remove HECKLES, MOLES, BliACKWOR?!, PIMPLE 3, and lv ib analog and softei'lng the skin, nlvo it a bj:autifcl VELVETY appeauakce. It will ccnceol ihn mrrka of SMALLPOX, AKD IT vrltt INSTANTANEOI'SLY REMOVE ALL IIOXJGILXE.SS FROM THE SKI.V, ron CHAPPED HANDS AN1 FA( e IT IS WITHOUT A RIVAL, leaking tho skin as white anil smoo.h aa IVOilY. LADIES WHO HAVE CHAPPED HANDS. or tkin mode tough by exposura to the old wln3s, are Invited to CALL AND TRY IT, and satisfy yourself befoie you PURCHASE IT. A Bottle ALWAYS OPEN UPON THE COUNTER, 'FOR LADIES TO USE, WITHOUT CHARGE, AT IKANC0IS GHEG0IEE & CO'S BEAUTIFUL A TORE, 8. W. COR. EIGHTH AND LOCUST STS. PRICE. Single Tottle 1 TO blx DUtles 00 JTOU fALK BT DYOTT &. CO., JOHNSTON, HOLLOWAY &. COWDEN, R. ii, ti. A. WRIUIIT, GLENN &. CO., Ill NT &- CO., HARRISON fc ARMSTRONG Diu; gluts. lluir-Iies crs, and Porl'urnera. FRANCOIS GRKGOIRE & CO. are tbe sole Agents for U VERY DELIGHTFUL ENC'II PREPARATION FOU THE LIPS, LA CKHMK 1K FLE1R DE LIS LA CREMK DBS 1I.OSI.S. FOR SALE ONLY AT l'12.llUt8t S. W. COR. EIGHTH AND LOCUST STS P I N E ' OPEUA GLASSES. f Jl VERY ZA11GE VARIETY. JAMES W. QUEEN & CO.. o. m cuessut stsekt. C O N S U M E It S. We would tali your attention to a KEW GAS HEGULATOU, iy VENTED DY DR. C1IAS. M. CItFSSON, (T.ate Irtanavlnir Fnirlneer of the Philadelphia Aal Works', pi kenning OHKAT DKiilCAv.1 o adjustment by tbi are of a peculiar form of va ve and gaa holder governing accurately a tlnulo bgh. with capacity t para gaa enough tor the lu l number oi llgha.aad U abiliiy within the luatrment lOnlf, to biora tka pieirure, when the prcatfr qumitlty ot g.vs U reiaiied. Among the eeullar avantageii ot this Regulator, tKatmake ft prcfcrb o to lfttramcn'a of more con treled s.ze. which rrqulre tbe ue of HHlCUni or FLKXIliLE DIAl UK U!M8, the following draerva erpctlnl notice t FIM-T-lhe tree motion ot the Regulating Valve through oonslderahle rpce, g.ves Itgroa er do ieicy H ai'Justatnt, and a wider lanpe of eonuinpilon Q A tlogle tnrlrurr.ent, than Is possible wllh lhoi forms PI COND-lbe flulilsra ot OLTCi RISK mod la Urn REGULATOR, tvoiils the dangers roa a I ting in o her forms, trout the unwholes.mo vapors of lloroury. wlich. ta ring off . It h the Uas, r 41emlnatol thmuihotit the rooms in which It is burned, subleotlng the cccupnnts 1 U ALU TUE DKLKI EltlOlIS KFFKoTal OF Uh-hi CRY upon the human svMem and Mprola ly upon tLeLCNUNand HKI. when It Is thus OlfTu,u,l as vapor. 1 be accidental overflow of Mercurr ffj. .hew nurcurlol Seals hn often Injured valuab e Oas Ue.or, thecoat ofnlilch has necessarily been charod to tho consumer. White the use of MFRf'URT In regu ators U avoided by the substltu'lon of a KLEXIULE DIAP1IH vot tha resulting dlir.cultl. sare al?o nomorousj ono I tn lia bility to L'AK(.IS and UXI'LOflON OIF GAS ; an oiber, tbe loss ol f lexibility anil couseq iont lnefflele-c br age and exposure to cold, and tbndly, the inhorent vice of want ot uolicacy of adjaitiueut, rnd raago of action. lo rcnirdy these faults, lh "rRE8SON RCQULV- TOR" was Invented, and wlietorer Introduced It baa given tbe grcateu sailsfacnon, always pro-luolng at steady light ana reguli.r consumptioai with a saving ox ircm 1 Wi.Nl Y to 'illihl Y Per Cent in amjuiit of gas. consumed. Lh'l'J l KH PATENT have bten gran'od for this Roiru- lator, both lu the UNITED STATES aud lu ENUiANtt. It Is m anulacturca by the nma.nssri. wbskn wumrMni, Of NEW YORK, PHILADELPHIA, and BOSTOH, for.; us alone, and tor Bute, Wholesale and Retail, at out war houses In this city, whore all orders aud lottcrs shauld be audreernl. The following is an extract from tha Journa' of tha FRANKLIN INoTITI Tis, dated Octobet Id litfi: A exptr nniitul trial was thou made as to tboquanltyot gas con' amcd by the burner when under' fqgu ation ta their maximum economy, and a aoibe amount consumed bv the siime burners when subjootod to the ordinary variations of street preMure. "The result showed that with the Regulator, thore wa unborn ly 7B cubic feet or gas per hour consumed. being an average oi 3 7-10 cubic feet per burner Whilst without tbe l.egulator the same burners- consumed from ICS o NO cubic Icet per hour, the average being III. cubic ftct, or 6 feet per hour to each burner " Ihe test apparatus which was sot up la tha FRANK LIN 1 NST1J U i E con be seen at our ' SCALE WAREHOUSE In this citv, wbern thk puhllc are Invited to call and: examine rcr tbi meelves, the amount of saving elToote& by the nno of the i CKESSON' HEGULATOK. FAIRBANKS & EWING, ITAsdyiC HALL, 1 li mwi-lm No.. 715 CUB-SAUr STQEIir Q.REAT S A C RI.F1 E. aBBBBBBBBBBBBSS IMMENSE BARGAINS. ISO tiiviii: TO MS LOST IN SECUEI17G A GREAT BARG1IN Iff . GENTLEMEN'S- 1 , : .. ' t ' ; ) . AXL ' yOUTHS' CLOTHING, EE8CIED FROM TiIE LATE FI33E. THE LOW PRICE3 . OFFERER. A T Wild,. ASTONISH YOU. CALL AT THE STORE G r EOCKHILL & WILSON, FR0PBIE10ES OF IBM . Ercwn Sloiic Uciking: Kail, Nob. 603 and G05 CIIESSUT ST. U'ii: ajie rjtEEiyasa their s r-' ii i n a s.t o o k. ' - ' THE CUSTOMER DEPAJIT5ENT , zisyovr vijder v?ay , ... . ) CK THE SECOND EL00R, 1 1 Clip ENIRAKCK ON CaESSTJ T 6T. X O (J A S