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ATl'RDAY, DECEMRI tl 10, l8f4.
6E.NIRAL SBERKAV3 CAMPAIGN,
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We iropoce to follnw, in ilm article, as con
isely us po-ai'ile, I'r in tl.u darn, farniabi'd hjr the
firjntliim Hi cimiit", Ueii' rul Sherman's grand
tnovrir.'nt from Atliu.ti to tin sc.ibo.inl, or hi
nenr the latter jiolDt o we iriav ir ciiabled. The
'nurse of ti lth columns of th' nroiy can he ill,
tinctly traced frum day tu ilaj ut Li the -orioilif
crossing the (Jinnee nvrr. II- roan that point the
KtbelK have furnislied little .utortnation that can
be accurately r licd upon t d -fifriintc the pro-
tlie conrce takca liy chi h c iluuin.or tj- the ni.iin
body of tho army. Asf.r m practicable, the
chronological order wi.l be olist veil,
TUlllsriAT, XIIVFMIlBkt 10.
Fvtry pn paratinn liuving licm made for the
movement, the preliminary stey to the cv.u ua
tmn of Atlanta was tikau liy tho destruction of
the di pot at Home, Ueorpin, si tern ini es west
t Kingston. This s elleelimlly aecoiupllsheU,
Colonel Coioe n moving ait ilm' could bo tru is
portrj and binning the lown, including tho ul!ic
buildings, and whatever ot vai.ie c.iuld not lie
removed, lien-nil Klocuiu - wmg, consuting of
the 14th and 'M h Corps, imd iilreudv- moved out
from Atlanta, gof: g o-t by the (.ioonrin State
roU. Ueneml Howard' w.n, c insisting of the
liib and 17th Orp, moved wb. (inriil .Sher
man. The cavalry, under Cienerul Kilpatrie.k,
ctinsistiliR of two tuning divibinni, was aligned
proportionately to each wing of no army.
SATTIIDAV, HUTF.MHKB 12.
Tlila day witnessed Atla itu In flamoi. Tho
ity was evacuated by the army, tie public build,
inga blown up, and evi rytliiug that could tie
tumun cd was destroyed. c era' Sherman K f:
Kingston this day wim his rearguard, an j tho
railroad wax torn np as be inor d over it. The
Dews of this matiu-uvrc reueheii Richmond a few
days after, and was luterpre ed to nieun that
(ilieriunn win In retreat, and Unit his grand cam
paign had ended inglorloos'.y. A tew d.iys sub
fcuueut, however, the truiii Oceumo known, and
the rejoicing of the Southerner w is turned into
mourning. At this lime the force oppi sing Gene
ral bherman was under Howell Cotu, ut Jouea.
boro, teiity-two miles from Atlai.ta. It con
fined of a lew thousand militia an J Home lobu
lar infantry, liut was entirely intidciinutj to oppose
tLe onward march of hhcrmau.
TBtasDAT, kovumiiib 17.
General Sherman's advance an ivcdnt Jono4
boro, encountering the force of CjIod, and de
feating it. The movement thin distinctly desig
nated alarmed the entire country, and all the re
inforcement that could be sent to Cobb wcro
forwarded. These- consisted of some infantry
and cavalry under General Wheeler. Tab Kebel
General fell buck, to Grillln, tweiuy-thre mile
below on the Macon road, and there ei deavored
to make a stand. General Sliicurn'H cavalry
were reported at Social Circle, oq the Georgia
road, this day.
ruttiAT, Novp.Miii n 13.
This day found the cavalry advance at Griffin ;
the enemy again falling back after trilling op
position. Several members of the Georgia Legis
lature who were moralizing at this point wore
captured, but were probably p iro.ed. Thns far
General Sherman had overcome all opposition,
and the news of his movements had flown with
the speed ot light, .Ing all over the South.
Macon was considered the lirst objective point,
and every means was employed to guard tho city.
The Southern press commenced to speak of hemic
defenses, and foretold a S'ern opposition to the
movements of Sherman when ho should confront
Macon. It was declared to bo so imprer'nub!y
fortified that it could not bo carried, execyt at
the expense of a long siege.
HAIVHIIAT, NOVBHIIRR 19,
General Sherman was reported to be thlrty-fiv)
miles from Macon, near Kor-yth. This was a
body of bis cavalry which had puihed on in ad
vance of his main army. On this day a portion
of General Slocnm's column visited Canton,
Cherokee comity, having made a detour from the
line of the road near Cnssville station, seven
mi fa below Kingston. Here Governor IJrown'a
residence was destrov ed, the town sacked, and
two-thirds of the business portion burned. It
may be supposed that this dclutclimcnt met a
force of guerillas at this place, or were fired upou
by the people, as otherwise there could have been
no reakon tor the destruction of the town. The
lame day another portion of General Slocum's
column was reported at Covington, on the
Georgia Htate road, and forty-two miles east of
Atlanta; also a body of cavalry at McDonongli,
the county (eat ot Henry county, southeast from
Jonesboro. I bis latter force was probably a part
of Howard 'a column.
SUNDAY, NOTKMHKK 20.
From the fact that Monticello, tbo capital of
Jasper county, and Hillsboro, one of the towns
in that county south from Monticello, were
bnmed this day, we Infer that General Howard's
column of infantry did not proceed further south
thun Grifiln, and that from that point an easterly
direction was taken along a turnpike road which
pastes through Indian Spiing, across tho Ocmul
gee at Hunter's ferry, through Concord and
Monticello and across Murder creek to Eaton
ton. The force which destroyed Hillshuro was
proahaly a cavalry detachment which win diverted
from the main column at Moutieello en route to
the Georgia Central Kabroad at Griswoldville
'i'li is point was reached on the same diy,
which p int indicates that the cavalry which
mei.ectd Macon from For-yih, left the road near
Crawford's, fifteen miles from Macon, and avoid
ing the latter city, atruck the Georgia Central.
From I'ort Clinton, Jones county, a small force
advanced on Gordon, through Wallace, which
we hud was visited on the Vinth. The chemical
works at Griswoldville wens burned by the raid
ers and the track probably torn up.
UONI'AY, MOV 1 Mil h 21.
We f nd the clnmns of General Slocura ad
vanced as far as Union f.iiut ou this day ; but it
waa probably at cava1 ry force, for the infantry
had passed tlimngb Madison and lluckhetd,
seventy-seven miles east of Atlanta, destroying
oib those towns. Tbo cavalry advance was
extended as far aa Greciist.oro, which is the
furthest point on the Suite line kuown to have
been visited. From Madison, sixty-nine mile-i
east of Atlanta, General Slocum's main column
struck off on this day in a southerly direction
to Kutonton, fifteen miles distant, where it
joined General llowaro's. The united wing)
then moved upon Milledgcvillo, arriving
there and burning - the place on the
tweutv-flitt. The siale louse was not burned,
but considerably damnged. The other public
buildings, however, are understood to have been
demolished. The legi-Uture and state officers
bad nan.p ltd a few da. s before; the Governor
going to Mac in. The body of cavalry which
visited Griswi ldville Is probibly the force which
attacked Macon on the voth and '21st; but the
demonstration was aimplv in the nature of a feint
and not intended 10 accomplish any actual results,
AVhre'er Cavalry appears to hav preded the
ftdvaiice of General 11 want' Cavalry, while
Cobb's Infantry sought the defenses of Macon;
ferweflnd that the form r opposed our cavalry
at Gordon, but retreated to Oconee for the purpose
f fortify ing the bridge at thai poiut.
WSDNHSDAT, MOVEHIIKB 23.
The body of cavalry operating ueur iUcon
TIIE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPII. rniLADELFIIIA, SATURDAY,
serm to have delated the r movement eastwtrd
for realms unknown m pr ' eui, as au "ng i -o-mtnttoi
k place at Grl-w ml 0,1 this d iv, proba
bly with a reconnoitring po'y Kent out froui
Macon. The Kebels acknowledge a los of sl
hundred and fourteen in ktllt d and w ninded.
The advance of this bud? ot cavalry was pro'iab v
pushed forward after Wheeler, tor w rind that
they fought at Oconee on this J..v. Their ih no
menta thus fir appear to have Ven cond n'tcd by
cavalry alone. On this due the to win :s iefi
MilleOgf ville ; General Sio'inn's pr ibatily ttking
an chs'i rly direction, while tha of General How
ard moved down npon Gordon to tako the line of
the (! orgia Central ro id, mid r l o the in in e i
vres of the (HVilry under Ki.pitrck. Apirt of
this cavalry force, pro1 iab tuiable to cross th
Oconee at the rai.ru.id bridge, made the attempt
at Ha Ta ferry, four miles b,. nni a , r,.f ujj
but siciu to huve ace p'iho I no 1111115 more.
I II I' liS II A Y, KOVKMIIKK 2i.
The d s'imition of General Sherman wis now
pretty clearly di rlncl among tne S.in'hern g cic
rals, and it was thought to lie Aujus'.a, from
trie fact 'hat General S'nciim was moving in t:mt
direction. Accordingly, (i-nrnl Hragg was
suininr ned from Wilmington, wuh 1o ik)J men, to
the dctense of Augj-ta, and ever? preparun m
was n ads to ni et. the invai'ing army. Gem ral
Waoewas ert to assist W'heeur, holding ihe
lone it Gcteral Howard in check a: G.o ici
I riil;;e, and the people of Sava-mah were arou.e.l
to a sense- of tucT dan.'-r Tne Mivorof Mi!
Iedrcville, w.o had returned to lind tho cr t iti
ruins, and the country devastated In every d. ruc
tion, began to call upou heaven for aid for tils
starving peopio; and residents of tJns. visi-ed
by the Union army, In gan to return, to mrk 'he
destruction which bad been intlo f) upon them.
The cross i ng of the Oc niee was eirctcd tail day
by General Howard's wing Genorlil Mocuu'i
( io.-ing the river at Milledgoville on the U.I.
l'UIHAT, NOVSMMKH 2l.
An engagement, probably with rivalry, took
place at Isandersvillc, clcttn miles cast of Oconee,
anojusr aoove leucine station 011 the Central
road, this day. The main bod' of the army was
reported to be thirnen miles west of this pia-e on
that uav, snd mining eastward. The course of
General Sherman's column, after crossing the
Oconee, was somewhat erratic. He eviduntlv
aimed at Waynesboro, on the Augusiaaud Savan
nah road, but at the same lima threw euvahy
diversions out lu various directions to conceal
bis real purpose. Thus we tin I one body moving
on Spart i, and another on VVarrenton, the latter
point being forty-six mi'es west of Augusta., uud
the tonner the capital of Hancock county.
Tl'KSIiAY, NOVfcMKKU '29,
finde the cavalry advance of General Slocum at
Waynesboro, thirty-two miles south of Augusta.
Getieral Howard was moving more slowly, pnv
ba dy on account of greater dull ultii s to bo over
come. On this day General Foster emlmrke 1 a
coimnn from I'ort Koyal, aided by Admiral
lahlgren, tor a co-operating movement on
roeotallgo and Gruhamsvtlie, ou the Charleston
and Savannah road.
WEblENIMT, NOVKMHI'.Il 30,
General Kilpatrick was within six miles of
Savannah, having diverged lro;n the Central
road, near Milieu, and led the advance. Savannah
papers of this- day reported Goueral Sherman
B' ill ou the Central road, and loraglug extensively
to replenish his commissariat. He was moving
slowly towards Mdlen, but his close proximity to
favaunah led the people of that city to adopt tao
most energetic measures for its defense.
TMI RBDAT, UPOEUBEB 1.
This day, it Is reported that the co operating
force of General Foster was defeated at Grahaiiu
ville, on the Charleston and Savannah road, aud
fell back on l'ocotaligo. Grahamsville is thirty
four miles from Savuanah. It is presumed tint
the main body of General Sherman's army ar
rived in the vicinity of Millen on this day. Sub
sequent teports show that instead of attacking he
avoided Millen aud took the road towards IMncu.
The force which was operating on the Augusta
road was opposed by Wheeler, it would seem,
vigorously, and the Union force retired in order
to join the main body near Millen.
JJeyond this point we are unable to follow the
movements of Sherman's army chronsiogicaily.
It is reported that he haa occupied Milieu, and
again, that he has avoided it uud taken a more
southerly direction. It would appear that Gene
ral Siocum'e force has joined the right wing, as
nothing bos been heard of its operations on the
Auguista rood since it manifested its presence at
Waynesboro. The damage indicted npon the
Georgia State road does not seem to have b en
serious, aa hopes were entertained by the
Angustn journals that the line would be oponed
to Atlnuta iu a few days. The Georgia Central
road also appears to have been but slightly in
jured, for communication had, at the latest dab's,
been re-established with Macon, but probably by
the Kutonton branch from G .rdon, and thence
by couch or niiul-nders to Madison, on the Statu
road. The people of Augusta are recovering
from their alarm, and are now taking measures
to restore the Integrity of their cornrnunlcaiioa
with Millen and Savannah, interrupted by the
raids of General Kilpatricx. Although Mdlen
bad apparently been passed at la t accounts, the
people of Savannah will not probably be reas
sured until thut city shall have been avoided
WILL BATANNATI BB AVOIDED BTSBESMAN?
In view of the Importance of Savannah as a
base for future operations, it la now believed that
General Sherman will pass it by unmolested. It
la understood to be readily accessible from the
land side, and an assault by au army so large and
well appointed as that of Sherman would probably
be successful. The city, since it isolation,
byltke movements of Kilpatrick, and Foster,
from Augusta and Charleston, has been com
pelled to rely for Its defense upon the gar
rison left there after the reinforcement
of Augusta, and the earnest appeals
made by the Mayor upou the eituong
Indicate that real danger was apprehended fur
the safety of the city. The fall of Savannah
wonld insuro that of Augusta, as the river can bo
rtadily navigated to the latter iKilnt. The banks
of the stream, except in the immediate vicinity
of Augusta, are low, and there are no poiuta at
which a formidable battery could lie erected to
oppooe the passage of gunboats. The obstruc
tions iu the river below Savannah could, it is
believed.be removed by an energetic commander,
In the absence of the forces which have been em
ployed iu their construction and defense.
OI NEKAL SHKHMAN'S DE8TIMATI0H KMOWNJ.
The Fulton waa despatched yesterday with a
mail which has been made up especially for
General Sherman's army. She will proceed to
a point wblcTi will only be made known to Cap
tain Wotton in hia sealed letter of instructions.
This is a positive indication that the destination
of General Sherman is known at the War De
partment. .Vets l or World.
sUlinHOr THE ( ITIKS AND TOW.N
The following ia a sketch of the towns and
cities visited and menaced by General Sherman's
army during its progress :
is a town on the Macon and Augusta road, fifty
eight miles northwest of Macon. It was a great
cotton depot, nearly tifiv thousand bales being
transported annually. It contained three or
four cburcbea and live large warehouses. The!
Jiopulation in 18o3 was about three thousand live
la a poat village of Walton county, aud the depot
for the produce of the county. It was incorpo
rated in 18.11. and has since been a very thriving
place of business.
is a post village, the capital of Monroe county,
twenty-five miles from Macon. It has a court
house, three churches, aud two newspaper ollkca.
Is the capital of Cherokee couaty, on the left bank
of the ttowsh river. It is remarkable for ia
romantic scenery. Several gold mines in the
vicinity have been worked with profit. Governor
Drown resided here.
Is the capital o! Newton r uin'y, on the Georg a
road, 1 .10 mi'es we-t of Augusia. It was otiue a
is the capital of Henry county, lty five miles
north-west of Milledgeville, aa-t contmis a cotton
factory anil three rhurches.
Is the capital of .lasj.tr county, and con'oins a
handsome court-house, three cUin ches, aud an
Is in Jasper county, ami hail one e'o ircti and
two aeolcin.es. Ii i twenty. six miles troin
Is the capital oM'iittnim County, twenty two miles
from Milledgeville. Itwasapla e of some lui
j oiuinie, and contained two in a lomlrs.
Is a post vil!agi of Wilkinson coun'v, tventy-o le
nule east ot Mucon. I.Tge .ti nii'lties of eoitvon
wire annually exported from this place,
M s IIISON
is the capi'al of Mot can county, and has fcoen
ceb brated lor its scnools and Colleges, of which
it las a large iiuuilier. It was a place of aeiivo
ttade. about thirty thousand bales of eoitoti beiug
triinsporlcd annua ly.
s the capital of Oreeuo county, on the G -orgia
Slu e road, forty miles Iro n Mille Igevillc. It,
contained two churciies and two academies.
lbs capita 1 r f the State, is situated on the O-nnee
river, and is the county seat of Haldwin. It is
not a very largo place perhaps three thousand
inhabitants and is built on several lulls, and
presents rather an uneven appearance. The
State Uonse, a very line building, shaped in the
form of a parallelogram, with Gothic turre's anil
battlements, is said to have been recently de
stroyed by our cavalry, as ai.-o some other puo
A few good stores, ami one ordinary hno.1
w hiih nmy lie added ubout twenty whisky gro
ceries, constituted the town proer. A few hand
some private residences wen! scattered iu the
suburbs, among which is that of the Hon. Her
sclicll V. Johnson, the Douglas candidate for the
l( e-rresidency. The country about Milledge
ville is very poor and unproductive, and the town
or city bears murks of dilapidation. It Is con
nected with Gordon by rail, at which point
prompt connection is made by railroad to Savan
nah and Macon.
rbes in Hall county, and passes by Athens and
Milledgeville, uniting with the Ogecehee to form
tho Altamaha. It was once navigable for small
steamers to Milledgeville, but railroads have
superseded the use of river craft.
This old and favorite city of the Georgians is
the capital of Richmond couuty, and Is pleasantly
situated on tho banks of tho Savannah river,
eighty-six miles cast of Milledgeville, oue hun
dred and twenty by land from Savannah, and
about the same distance to Charleston, wii.h
which It is connected by the South Caroliua Kail
road. Atlanta Is one hundred and seventy-one miles
north of It. The principal street is Ilroad street,
running parallel with the river, being over a mile
in length, and closely built. There are a num
ber of tine hotels ; the Globe, Eagle , I'hmnlx, and
United States being tho prominent ones. The
latter haa changed its mime to tho Confederate
States Hotel. At the sand-hills, two and a half
miles from town, is the old Augusta arsenal, now
used us an ordnance depot by the Rebels, at pre
sent tinder command or Lieutcnunt-Colonel Wil
liam It. Hoggs, formerly an ordnance nontenant
In the United States army, and at the breaking
ont of the war having charge of the Batou Uougo
Augusta has been visited several times by that
severe scourge, yellow fever, and in the hot sea
son many ot the leading families move out to the
sand-hills, the air being pure and dry, and the
location considerably higher than the citv pro
per, so that the fogs and miasma of the Savan
nah do not affect the suburb. There was
large number of cotton manufactories in the city,
aim ii was a great, couon market, rroro. eigtty
to ninety thousand bales per annum were for
merly shipped down tho Savannuh river, and he
fore the war the road leading out of Augusta
carried from three to four hundred thousand
bales annually. Mince the Rebellion, Augusta
has become a large ordnance depot, besides con
taining many manufactories of cannon, small
arms, and material of war.
is tho capital of Washington county, and Is
situated three miles from the Centrul road. It is
on a ridC between the Oconee and Ogeecbce
is the capital of Ilurke county, thirty miles south
from Augusta. It ia a very handsomely laid out
town, atid well provided with churches and
is situated on the Angusta and Savannah road, at
the junction of the Georgia Central ; is a place of
considerable trade, and was at one time a depot
tor the reception of Union prisoners.
the point at which General Sherman Is supposed
to be aiming, is a port of entry anil capital of
Mcintosh county, on the left bank of tho Alta
maha, twelve miloa from the sea and sixty miles
from Savannah. It contains live churches, one
academy, and was a town of tonaiderable Im
portance ; tint its nnheultbinesa has destroyed its
value for residence or business purposes.
OH A HUE 8 DUMMIO,
No. 812 CHESNUT STREET,
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KACKH., 1IODK 8ANDK, KKKMON COI'TKBM, rK
WU'EKH, l'OHTE MUNNA1KS, IMUI'FUIJDM, Ac. Ae
IOR SAI.B II T TUB
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He. 123 CIIK8NIT STRJT,
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MIHrl lllllELOvV'B SLW VOLUME,
STUDIES FOR STORIES,
A Itooh for loiini' rcople,
jrr jsais imoklow.
In oua volaino, lflmo. Price, I1T5.
W e shall publish "Kindles for H lories," Deeemher Yi, N
printed from abanccd heels. Aa the edition will be
lUslierl, and It will be Impossible to have anotbo-edition
lesdy before ( lirlsiniai, all oidurs will be Hind for aurwva
Ins In the date of receipt.
II Itba-st BOSTON.
TWO KF.W BOOKS.
CaKOOMIF.; Tbe Han.lal-Wnoit Trader. A TaJeof tho
Purine. By llaUamyno. With six superb lUueuatloaSi
b'Qiu., fiincy cloUi. stilt, price ll .'4).
This la one of the very best bookt ever written by that
rrlnee of rirory tellers, M. M. Bsllnntyne.
I TIUKIt I'RIM'Ki or. Adventures In tho Wllrla of
Abyaainia. By Dalton. With ftur auporb ILlnslrauuu.
lluio , fancy rlnth, Kill. Trice ll'.SO.
t'r.ltlua history wllh adventure, Mr. Dalton haa Bade a
bin k which will dill, hi tils readers.
Orders sullcitcd. bcut tiy roall, pst-pnld. on reeelpt of
Prlre. ItollEKTH llltoi Hunt,
Ii --tha?t Piit.ll.li.rs. lloaton.
TWO Kr.W BOORS.
Tn TKIE05 PIE: A Tele of llonn.lheail Times, ny
Atlaa Vonne. atlior of Hie "Hetr ol Kvdclvtte, wild ton
b.auejrol chapier-hend Ulustralions. tliiuo., lancy clotb.
tilt. Trice 11-5.1. '
1 hla la a story of clvl I war, and Illustrates the evil re
mits of too audi curiosity. It la una of kilns Vouse's
very best tssika.
IIH.I ANIr HEIl COt'HINS; Or. TwoMoatheat A.h-
ne a ireoiory. llesuliriilly lllaatrated. I vol. Uiuo.
Panry elnlh. silt Trice (SI cents ,
TlihhshOtl lv the l.otnlon Hm li lv for reemotlnir Cirla.
tlsn Knowledfe. Illendtnit Interest with iustrnutlou, ttua
is very cuariuius lltue oooa.
13 I Uis-it Ta ei.ucrs, Uestoa.
J70II TUB HOLIDAYS.
WILLIAM A. DE0WN & CO.,
No. 'M MAKKMT MTIIKWT,
HATB PB BAI.B
CIIOICK AHHUIITM ENT
JS OPPOBTUHITI TO PUBOnASE
AT LOW TRICES.
Ravine determined to retire from bastnoai, and wlshtnjr
locsoaeont my entire stock of Watches, Jewelry, 8'lver
Ware aud BUver-Plated Ware, Clocks, Musical Boies,
fable t'ullcry, Ac, within sixty days, I am prepared i i
vff r tndacementa to purchasers, and solicit an examine -don
w these Ovde, moil of whlcu are god styles aud of
THOMAS C. OAHIU4TT,
ii le-in Ho. ni rtriRaimr stsp.bt.
j vh: ivr i'ahcvoooiwi
COHWAT & BSOTHEE,
No. 833 N. SECOND STREET, adotb DROWN,
IMPOBTERa AND JOBBERS.
We have now opra oar Fall Stock ofOermaa, Fraaeb, and
TOYS AND FANCY 000D8,
ill of which are of onr ewn selection and Importation, ta
which we Invite the attention of dealers. Auwafosraa
aartmcat are astuiy U-T-fw
tXTUltLT MKW AND DEAIBABLB STTLES.
DECEMBER 10, 1861.
Jh()sJ (.'IIKSNUT STUKWT!
OREAT PREPARATION RHl TflB
FRAMES I FRAMES! FRAMES!
Bt'STIC FRAMF.H, alt lliei and Hlyka.
WALNUT - " h
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PbAlalNII Plt'Tl'KP.sJ.Ac. Ac.
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Our Block of rilOrOtiRAril A LIU' MS IsUio
LARGEST IN THE OITT,
Over TOO style., many of th SEW, and mtde ospreatty
fur our own aalce.
l'rlocH from in ct. to ljtt.
ALL BOLD LEHH THAN M ANIPACTl'ltF.ltH PltlCUS.
BOOKS! BOOKS! BOOKS I
H tyi nooks for It K.
II 71 Hooks for i vi.
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II Or) nooks for SI rente.
7-s. rent Hooka forrUlrsnu.
tsl ceut Hooka fnrioeente.
ccut Book for J oente.
BltlLKg ASt) riUVKR-IIOOKS la varlona styles of
MAKUB, TOBTFOLIOS, Ac. c. at low prloes.
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fard rkotoiraphs, plain, over 'JOiio sub octa.
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o. HOSCIIESNIT 8THBRT.
O W H K A 1) Yll!
LIFE OF GENERAL HAN000K.
U'lXFIELD, THE LAWTEU'S
HOW HE BECAME A MAJOR-GENERAL.
BT REV. CHARLMH W. DEMTSON,
tale citapiaJa v. 8. Von.
AW Al'TFIKNTIC AJflt rOl'ULAR Lint Or
WDiriELD BOOTT HANCOCK,
Pubuehed m bandsoma aiyla, oa Ins wlille paper, el
lanuy llluiuaud, with a
Prom a Pkotoirrapb tarnished by bis parent!, and several
spirtled dcslfus, one of them drawn by the Ueaoral blra
elf, whilst a eaakt at West Point. j
Every boy In the country shvald road this book.
AHHMEAD A- KVAN8,
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13 StUtht.lt PlIILADaU-UIA.
JHOTOCJltAI'lA AJLj II UMHi
VliolenuIo ontl IlotsklL.
THE CUiEAPBBT AND DEBT
for M Pertralle, moroeoo
' m es m
...II OS U 11-ftO
.... I'M to 400
.... f-IO to 7 '00
.... I'M lo 11)00
.... I'M to 10 0
.... I-O0 to 19 SO
....13 00 to J7.W
In Erery Variety of Etjla.
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1TORT AND I'EARL M0UNTIN08,
ORNAMENTAL EDGES, 4c. Ac,
Boldiag from Twelve to Two Hundred Photographs, the
but eat and best usertmcnl la Uie cliy.
No. 32C CHESNUT STREHT,
li t EEl.OW roUUTH, gOt'TU ait.K.
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BOOKSELlJEltH, BTATIOMEBS, AND bEALKBS II
FhotoKTuph Albums and Fancy Articles,
Art reeeJviiif daily all the
HOVELTIES OF THE EEASON,
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B PAPIB PLUCTTJATIOMB. Il-tas4(
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LIFE ASSURANCE B0CLETT
HovWIIXIAM C. ALEXAMDER. ,
HENRY . HYDH.
GEORGE W. riIILI.ir8.
rrlnclpnl onire, Ko. 9i Droadwnj, Ji. T,
OEOROE U. STUART,
THOMAS A. BIDDER,
Ermifb Offirr, Xo, 433 (liwuut St., TbtleMUl,
Kirrn 4 broadbeut,
The FQinTABI E win ahsee the firch year of tu Metefp
January 1, llilo, with accumulated aseets aasotiailaf
over OKB MILLION DOLJLAB3.
Mere than rive Rnndred of oareltlnns ar already lo
ured at tbe Philadelphia Ajrency.
All Insurers applytas her.ire Jaauair 1 will artklpals
m the dividend which will be large.
ALL THE PEOFITS AEE DIVIDED
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ir. 11. i. j i a ii u ix,
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I ALSO 07FBE
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JtT STOCK IS TE2T LASQE
THE ASSORTMENT COMPLETE.
GEOKGE J. HENKELS,
lo. SOrt anl lsll
1;C0N()MYI COMKORTI TASTE I
J lit IS' OVEH I'AITICKSI,
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AIL RIZE8 AUD COLUMN.
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r iiwih js. iiulpisu
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J To Whom It May Concern i -
All persona who cau appreciate a rood
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when ihey can set tkelr hair eol re eult ikeia weraaa)
ottieia fall. One trial will ccravtece aay eesa ibe M le lea
si see of all oilier, la ILeee lulled ataiea. )-S-