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TDK DAILY EVENING TELEG 2i, 18C1.
SATURDAY. PF.C1MBKE , 1H.
I hire hnrpy twp of girls nd boy.
That Christmas Lvu will sure cxp. t their toys ;
No tnnitor ar net her ftoU i low or filch,
Th Oririninias punt ou fHilir-ra hnro to riiiy.
Tit ChrtMBias nn matter what expense
Ton l.ujr ly pounds, and i-liillinn, nut hjr pence.
Jtojs roni.t bave jumping jicks, kites, drum',
and ton I If ;
Oirls nniM he liny rrarlles, and wax dolls
The dnll iMiit tie tliat kind Unit nhut iln-lr eyes.
And junipit'K ,i-h must he tiio lnrifc.t si.o.
i)ut in niy iiou-t liold (I dislike to my)
Are Ihu who rather like to hare their war ;
And wt.rt at l ast to any an hiitidro.l thing ;
Borne, tit tor )d. or livinn E-torn kinnt.
(irei tihacla muu no hy Imtidriils. I d claro
I dart- not tiiurn ur and i will not cr
I ptircbnfed diamond", pearls, and ailvcr waro,
1'op gmi and bunts, nnd lir inlet- mmli' of hair
And could not nil. slonld I ttciiiit to try,
The funci articles I did not hoy.
Then look a package or the smaller things,
(l.iKlit a a coach on old ell pile pringt),
lli.plrg ihmliT to avoid accident
Ttiy m ;ht I broken if ihey should bo nnt).
Tkeu made a move, nod nupped ouUiJc the
Thai was not all T wUh it wn no tnw
The allpprry 1d wulhs of ihtt model town,
Excused my leet, and 1 aacemled down
The Hirwaa full ot jimcrackl In a trice,
And the mbscribcr lint upon the lee,
Now I am released from Chrlstmns clutches,
Hut boublicg, maimed, and bruised, on crulclici.
t.I OHlnl W til. It C lllllvrM S.
Crs'om, tlme.lionorcd, thrlce-blcsed, ha' di
verted that people should clo up the oil yeir,
and greet the new year with tV'tiri'y and r. j jic
liig. I bis cus hid long an'eiiutcs the Cliri-ti,in
era; the Cbtiailnn Chun h htis lint conllrnr il and
given It a holier sanction. Christma is a festiml
of the Chureh. In every civilized nation there is
tome peculiar form of observance of ClirHtinm.
Jn fcngland it has bIwavs been a merry-in nkinij
for biah and low, in pnlnce and hovel , The word
Christmas is there redolent of roust beef and
plum pudding, holly and mini. toe. fun aal
frolic. In the oldeu times tliu tenant were re
galed at ihe Hall, and the festivities were presided
over by the Lord and Lady of the M-in or. The
old-fashioned Christmas is thus de-criuud :
"Then opened wide tho Baron's hall,
To vassal, tenant, serf, and all ;
l'ower laid his rod of rule aside,
And ceremony dolled his pride.
The tailr with roses in hia shoes,
That night might village pirmer choose;
Ab bailed with uncontrolled delight,
And genial vol e, that happv night
Tha to Ihe Coitnge, as the Crown,
Thought tidings of salvation down.
England was Merry Knlund, when
Old CbrbttnnB brought his sports ag iln.
'Twaa ChrliruHa broached the mightiest ale ;
Twaa Chrisimits told the merriest tale;
A Christmas gambol oft would cheer
Toor man's heart thrsu'U half tho year.' "
CHRISTMAS IN A CELLAR.
A rHrttntr Blory Alinnt it I'nntoiiilmc
More than three year ago I was sent away
from London for the benefit of my health. It
would be useless to mention in what breezy spot
I spent my exile. Suffice it, that It was highly
alubrlout and intolerably dull. I was forbid Jen
to read. Every day seemed to last a week, and
every night a fortnight. How insignificant were
the minor annoyances of draughts, pills, irritating
tmdor-clolbing, and strict regimen, compared to
that Intolerable ennui 1
What a thrill of pleasure I felt when a Ion?
trip of yellow paper informed me that the
"Theatre ltoyal would shortly open far a
limited statou" ! Here was occupa;ion for my
dreary ev.nings. The Theatre li. oyal did
open, and I commenced an acquaintance with the
"Acting Drams," as puhli lied ly Cumberland.
After the p rforuiance I used to sm tke a eig-ir
tobacco was strictly forid iden, but I smoked,
nevertheless), iu the coffee-room of the Hose and
Crown Hotel ; and there 1 met the actor wuo
played the stem parents at the theatre, and was
adamant for four acta only to melt in the fittli,
and coment to t:ie union of his son or d tugliter
as the case may be. Jie nus a very gentlemanly
veteran, uiie of (lie old school look sautl, and
wore a full, milett whenever ho was addressed,
and bad a fatherly manner, acquired by a Ion i
course of dramutic pat.rnity. lie used to tell
singtlar anecdotes, more or less true, some of
them much less than more; ainon others, one
which 1 thought intweesting enough, baving
obtained hia "kind prTinission," to reproduce.
I give It In hia own words :
''Sekvortis asenportlown'hebegiin, "sila ite
as guiUe-Ben..l:s sav fonr miles from the sea,
and everything In (Suck port It of the sei, lishy,
from the gilt threc-masied ehip on tho vane over
the Town Hall, to the rope-ura'.ks, timber-yards,
and old boata on the outskirts. Kvery man with
mor.ty, no matter what his pursuits, keeps a
yacht; and it would almost seem as if the small
fry of Ushtrmen's children were weaned on boat
hooks. "The Snckport theatre (I mean the old theatre,
for I am speaking of the year IS) stood, as
country theatres alwayf do, at the most incon
venient end of a dirty lane in fact, it stood upon
a wharf, and bud been a granary, or s ore, or
warehouse, or something of that sort; the wall at
the end of what was osed for the stage went right
down Into the dirty river, which, as yoa might
ee by the wet tpaca between high and low water
inaik, washed It with refuse twice a day.
"II waa eleven o'clock, and a rainy morning, as
I pii ked my teps over the pctrilied kidneys that
did not pave the lane that led to the stnu door.
It nit a melancholy lane, beginning with a little
chupel rented by the primitive Muggletonians
(junior branch), then going into stable and back
premises; then asserting ltselt hideously with a
r ekn K slaughter-bouse in the centre; returning
to stables aud back premises, and terminating
with a ralibit-butch-looking stage door. Not an
object could be seen but a misanthropic cock and
Uiiee draggle-tuiled bens. I walked on to the
Stage, which was as chill and cheerless as stages
ti-ual V are on January mornings, and, as I looked
Into the vacant darkness visible, my old notion
came into my bead of rhe likeness of an empty
theatre lo an empty comn.
"It was a queer Old building, that ex-ware
Loose that bad been converted into a temple of
the drama, and among other requirements lor
the dramatic art boa-ted extensive ce larage.
Messrs. Cape Coriander, the great wine nier
chants, at one time kept all their stock there,
until one high tide the water rusbed in, smashed
the bo'.iles. and so damsged Messrs. Capo o: 0 J-
riandcr that they were forced to turn bankrupts
not that It hurt tnem, tor aiterwar.it tney were
rhher men than ever. Then extensive altera
tions were made, and thick walls built to kecj
out ibr tide; but Messrs. Cape & Coriander never
aeain boused their wine mere, i suppose tney
did not like the water mingling it-clf in their
alfatrs to DUbhcly.
'Mot a soul but myself bad thought proper to
lie punctual for rehearsal. Ihu tirsi call w.ts lor
Pimarro.' at eleven: the puntoinime to follow
Our manager, Mr. O' Warrcboyle, never fit agooj
exam p e, and rehearsals usually began at ali sorts
of hours. Annoyed at having leii my comfort
able fire, I went b k to tne stae door, and t jod
lorklng out tuio tne rain. .
"Two men stood at the cud of the lane. Aft -
exekanging a few words, one of them disap.
peared, and the other tramped up to me.
"'This here the uluvhouse ' he asked.
Thia it the theatre,' I replied, trying to Im
press him, but failing signally.
- 'Ah yes ; the-oy-ter, if you llko It better,' ho
said. 'Mr. O'Warreuoylu It manager, isn't he ?'
"The coolncsa of the man's questions and the
rudeness of his manner annoyed me. I had played
lendinir huslnO'S 1 was the 't'l.arro oi mat even
teg. 1 therefore looked out into the rain, and
feigned not to hear.
"'No offenae. master,' said the man, after
panse, 'but Mr. Terence O' Warreboyle in nana
ger, Isn't he i'
"Without deigning to turn my he id in the
direction of hit voice, l answered x en.
" 'Js be in the way, master i
v'Soref Inquired the man, in tone of the
I ror gest doubt,
"Ihu waa too much 1 I turned upon my heel
ana watkea Dace to tne stage.
"A few minutes after the prompter, Stick nam,
arrived, tud shortly after Kc.iuurey and Mrs. t ub
Jauibe, wuo played ' Valverde' an J 'iilTira.'
" 'Iow we cau basin.' suid I.
"I bad ao aooaar uitwred the words than I per-
ceivou uj m uBni o, a 10ng or ojurung in tne
wall, which let iu the cold and the rain, and did
duty at a .winuow.iuat n. Foljambe waa iu
tears. I aaked what wu the matter.
" 'Oh, that brote Foi)MBb f toplled the lady ;
not home till t o'dock tins moruiua, and tipsy
a aoghl'audthe legJt Wy. '
"Mrt-Toijauibw wa oidur Una Ur huaband,
ft id il wa said id iiiiA Lio. 1 k ul tact was,
:s, . . ' ' .-,
FoTJstnbe wal a drnnkaw tittle flog, and spent
trimi r lasb r than hia msjesilc and t dented lady
eon li) cam It. l'traonalfv lie was not worth his
sxlt. but he was engaged for Ihe sake of bit wile.
'"I wish he was dead, I do!' aaid the poor
" 'llu-b, hnali !' snld I. 'don't any that.'
"'lint I An say II, and I mean it; a little
reth! 1 ahail never know n moinent't peace
till he hat chunk himself into hia it-rave.'
"'Iliish,' I ripiMted, for I saw the figure of
yonng Juuson and Dos-more emeiging Iroiu tlio
" 'Vs'lll be be here this morning ?'
"No ; he's In bed, little brute !'
"Hehearsal begun. 'Arnllb' (V'olj lnibf) was
nb'Cnt, and ao was 'Holla' (O'WarrehovIc)
S it kiiam told ti a that 0' W.,ns we bad call, d hi n,
had goi c to ptimlrinKUain, to arrance a'iotit our
opening iheie the following month. ) W. would
i oi have 1h en a bad a'-tor lor a man ig.T had he
not iHCn flltlietcd wilh suih a Ictriliic b Ofiio. Ill
I ad l i n uluciilcd at Tr'mtv Colh ge. Diibl u at
least he said ao. I Imvn never been in Irel.ni I,
but I should think Ttltilty must be a large col
li ge, for a l the Irishmen I have over mctdtto
fi mil it. fi.'iirriisM run through I mean the
reloaisal, not tho character in tho usual ram
shackle way ; and then we commenced the pmto
iiiinie, in v. Inch I went on for the 'Demon Singe
his wig-oll,' King of the Subterranean SaUm in
c eis. The pcrloimiinco that nuht was for li tlo
( anks's bimlit. t al ks was nur propertr-man,
ti' d never acted txc pt upon his liem lit, when he
aloaya ) li yrd clown which he conlnurcd to In:
a trminidi i f dr imatic art ; In fat, bo was a dis
n pmnu ri (inmiil'M, and 1 bc'lcc would have
l i ken his heart If l a hail not liccii permitted to
rUiwn' rnee In each town in the circuit.
" 1 m t Imme about three, and dined. My wife
'r oked out my armor, and sent our eldest boy to
i hp hair tr ssi rs' w ith my black-ringlet wig. Wo
i xpi etid the pantomime to draw a good house,
(i n l'ri per, the great banker, had promised Ilia
sepport. Jlo onlv visited the theatre, twice a
isson ence at tho b-speak l tho con-ervatiV'-member,
nnd once when I'imrrn win performed,
which play he considered the liucst modern pro
unction ot the huinnn mind.
"Unring Ihe whole of the day I felt an u'tan
rountable deprcs-inn of spirits that 1 could not
I'likci'll. However, at six o'clock, 1 sl irted for
the theatre, my caret-bug in ono hand, and mv
repii r, nm lilt d in a gun-case, in the other. I
al ould hete mention ih.it the sta'e was on Hie
siiiiielivel as the ground, aud that the gen'le
iiii li s (bussing room wnt immediately unci r the
S'lie ; tlie ladii a, us was rlclit they should, had a
ccm'oriiible room over the s'ngc; but our tl-i
was the nio't wretched p ace eonc iva'ile. It had
Ic imcd p.irt of the ellnrng" that had been so
luckily tuitions to Messrs. Ope At Coriander,
nnd v '.is a dingy bole. 1 hough we put boards
over that pott on of the brick floor on which we
.less. and made Hie stove red-hot, nothing
con d keep out the feiirlul cold, nor tho d imp,
cartlcf smell and llavor of wet sawdust, unwashed
botllc-, and stale river tt waa like dressing In
a furnished sewer or dry drain; in truth, tho
ollur was beneath the level of tho water at
"Each actor's dressing place was lighted by
a candle in a tin socket. (' W'urrcboyiu would
not go the expense of gas-lit' ings; there was also,
Pt ihe dillusion of a gcnoral light, a hoop sus
pended from the ceiling with candles stuck in it
a tott of cbeup impromptu chandelier, such as is
sometimes bung up in dancing. booths at country
lairs. To pain this comfortless' crypt w ha lto
descend a tlight of stone stain, picturesquely
worn nnd uneven as with heavy coopers and
drunken cellarmen. Our dreaslng-nij or
dressit g-tablo, was merely a few stout planks
niiihd together by the stage carpenter ; and it had
hern a portion of the paternal thonghttiilness of
our spirited and enterprising manager to tlx this
i ri ssing bench on the opposite side of the cellar
to the staircase, which gave us tho trouble of
crossing a lloor whose every clammy brick
cermed charged with cramps and rhcuma'lsms,
and to be sworn cemented foes to legs and foot
stuased in silk stockings, thin shoes, flushings,
and Roman sundals.
"Little Catiks had a very good house. The
Froppers were In tho stage box in regal auto,
Mr. l'roppcr in tho attitude of the coun'ry mem
ber, with his tat nana inriist into nis wiuie
waistcoat, and lost among his frill. Kvery ti mo
OAVarrt boyle uttered a patriotic sentiment in
Dublin English, old Propper received it as If it
were the toast of the evening, pulled the edge of
bis box with lilt disengaged hand, and cried
'Hear, hear!' after the fashion of members of tho
House ot Commons and convivial clubs. The
e licet was very funny. In the address to the
l'triivian army (tour of them) O' Warreboyle
"'My br-r-rceve associates! Tarr-tncrs In
my toils, my feelings, and my foeino ! Can
H-rolla's wor-r-ds add vigor to the vir-r-tuous
ener-r-gies that inspiie your harruta f
" 'INo! AO! interrupted I'roppor. "
" 'The thr-r ono we honor-r is tho people's
choice!' proceeded O'W. (not "Rolla").
" 'Hear ! Hear !' taid l'ropper.
"''lhclaws that gov-vcr-ru us are our brave
fuwtbers' legacce f
' 'So they are !' said Propper.
" 'The fuilh wc r rever-reuco teaches us to live
In bonds of ainitec with all niaukoind, with surest
hoe of onr Creator' niercee and r-ro-war-rud
" 'lira-vo' vry good" from Troppcr.
" 'Tell your invadtliors Mis'
" 'And tc!l them, too, we seek no clnngc !'
"'Hear! uc-au.!' taid the banker, iicrhani
thinking of his notet.
'"And, least ot all, sue it change at tiihy
would br-r ing us !'
llHA-vo! shouted rropper, amid thtindort
' 0 Warrcboyle dared not offend the bmker,
but 1 knew ho felt daggers, though he looked
1 he piece went olf very well, though that littlo
wretch Foljambe was tho tipsiest of "Atallbas."
1 observed that the eyes ol his ware wtvc still red,
but Blie hud reacb-i tho dignified and majostio
degree conjugal quarrel, and took not the
slightest notice of him, though spurred to it by
ins rcninrKiiig, wucnever suo came near nun,
'Oh ! isn't she cross ?' The combat between me
and that stupid Dossmore was rapturously ap
plauded, and the curtain fell amid great enthu
siasm; O'W, as was his custom, insisting on
joining in his own dirgo, as ho lay upon his bior
a butcher s crntcu, borrowed iroin tne tiaugu-
ter House iu me lane.
After the play, O'W. told mo he had bad luck
at Hundringliiim, and feared he should not be
able to open there. He owed the proprietors a
year's rent, and thev insisted on payment before
reoccupation. O'W'. did very well with his aix
towns, but bo waa an extravagant man, and gam
bled tearlully. 1 tried to cheer mm up. and then
descended tne stone staircase to dress tor the
demon In the pantomime.
' o tooncr had niy feet touched the floor than
a tudden chill seized them. I looked down and taw
that the bricks were wet there was water at least
two inches deep upon them. I asked whut was
the matter, but nobody seemed to know. Little
C'anks, dressed as clown, was telling Judon,
dressed for harlequin, of his triumph at his la -t
benefit, and how bis 'leap' had been encored. I
sat down in my chair, and took oil my wig and
leg armor. 1 was unbuckling inv broaslolate.
when 1 heard a tremendous noise a noise as if
the whole theatre were falling on us with a ten
rule crash. With the quick Instinct of fear, every
man rushed to the staircase. Half across the cel
lar we were met by a vast volume of water, which,
roaring like a furnace, tumbled iu upon us, uud
lushed us back.
"Tho brickwork of the dam or river wall had
Kiven war. and the Hood waa upon us,
"It rolled in rapidly. We mounted upon the
dressing-place, which was about three loot from
the ground. The water soon covered our kneel
and stole swiftly higher and higher, till it reached
my chin. X thought my time bad come, when
niy foot struck against my dressing case, an
article about eighteen inches high. 1 stood upon
it, and, my head aud shoulders free, looked out
upon the black auatn around me.
"Had il not been lor my poor little dressing
case. 1 should not now be alive lo teii this st ry
As it was, I felt the grea.es. difficulty in keeping
my looting agi.inst the strong, powurml, cruel
"The inundatioah.idcviden'.ly gaintil its level.
The surface of the water just touched the bottom
of the boon in which the caudles were stuck.
The noise ceased, save a lathing and surging at
the sides of our wet tombs. (Shall I ever forget
the sight ? The flare of the candles reflected in
the biuck, tlimy pool, the low ceiling, the hall-
II, -lit. thx hlthv smell of the nutreseeut water
the roiling empty bottles, the boating chairs, the
horror and the awe of knowing that the few frail
plunks on which we stood could not long support
our weight. The tow of eight living hoads
aeamst the walls; Caukt, with his cluwut pain
swept olf, but the wig, wjta its three grotesque
toils, ttlli sticking out from hit aliy, fear-palsied
" I felt the boards beneath me crack. I abut
my eyet tightly, prepared for death, and prayed
to God for mvtelf. and nv wife and bv children.
"At that moment we beard a burst of applause
aiove us, and lolldruui, out low comedian, began
lut ton :
" 'Horns tlm tit llv'd nar tMf yUM,
In ooe uf ihs ttrawti of me tonn,
A renpeclalils man who am fulled
Ur Uu- DciKnburtioou (teniieiaaa Brown
Very efien flnffpartlea lia nave,
At whit b In cliaiapatfae yoa might drjwii;
ad whs truth aud a faut, the wtmie suevt
w as jaloui ef '.entleuian Browa.
Jochury jeerj fUl 1
Te the story I'm telling, uh, list I
How happy we murals ukM
; It kuovuj aula t ejjjt ,'
"And the audience, at wu their enstom, broke
Into full chorus. I can remember the words now;
they are cot into my memory at naino hi cut
ipto a tombstone.
"The dreadful tmth flashed upon nt that on
tlitj t!ge and In the bouse tb.ey had not heard
the Citisbof tb brickwork or th Mk of t'
waifr; that they km w not ol our la', ami we
ic dotni'f d
'Tie r'noka beneath us ttlll rcmslnel firm.
I hfatd a splnali. I opened my at ea, and looked
i nt tiioii ihe tall again. 1 saw Juds ,n, who
bad ti iown hlm'elf Into the Hood, avlmmin
towards tho stancsao At oerv stroke he was
lnp did by H e el aiis. table", and lumber II mt
mi aboiil him. If he succeeded hi gaining the
sta,ra he rouid iritoi in those above of our ent imb-
bum. 1 " I' ri si in (I, nlst.ineo must be innno
uiu'e. In a few niii.uU I, if wa csciped drown,
b g, the foul, pi lit np air of our dunge n would
have soiled us.
Our lies b pended npon Jiii'a in. lie struck
out brevclv. Wc watched hill wild eager hop.
el din kiting fi ar. As ho swam by t lie bo
t loot kicked it. nnd the cm lies it contained
fell in'n ihe putri i II cd.
"A II w as cuiknc-s !
' I he agoi y of the inonicnt was supremo!
"In Ihe absence of light to milde him, J.ulsoi,
vi n i' he ki pi alio it, could not reit 'h the a ur
ease; iht n Iheie was Ihe wergiit ot the wet dress
end heavy spanu'ea upon hia loita an I body! 1
l.stciiidl 1 hi aid a groan; he had sunk to rlsa
I have been awh ked man, cried the voice of
Canks frim nut the darknesa, 'but 1 repent, nnd
liniy, I lannot hold on much longer. (I Kid-bye I
od' Ideas you all! We cannot aen, tint wo earl
benr rai h other. Say, '(J d ble-s you, back agiiu
to n e.'
(full bless you !' said Ihe voices, slowly an I
Ihe soli inn wonts mingcd with the rcpeti-
I on of the ehoius of the comic sung s nin'
ulioM' our hcinls.
"The vapors of death were rising round us
nnd w hat a death ! Iodic to the sound of song
nnd music, pent up in a wet cli irnel hoii-e I
Iritd to shout, but my voice failed. I heard a
ci l fusi d sound ol nr.. y it, ami t uned in it.
"The water gurgled in our cars as we imp! ircd
spf ci y death or bghl 1
' a up nam sire. uu nurm in over our nc l is, ami
I In nrd a noise of voices !
"Jin . son hud reached the stage. I heard him
Hold on! Hold on, lads! Hero's help!
The centre trap in tho stage had bcn opened.
l anteins were lowi red, and I saw thorn tying
piunki togetuer to tlvat to ns.
"A voice snoiite'l : ' 1 here s no ttmo lo lo'C.
Here's a rope! jump towards it, and we'll drat;
y on np '.
At the same moment a ropo wil'i a noiso In
It was lowered ; but that end of tlm ir.ip nearest
to us was at a distance of four feet, nnd couse-
inently there were tour feetot water and lloaunj
obstructions between us and the rope.
A tiumlicrof voices sliou'ed 'L"ap! 1 was
marest, and Hindu tlio hrst attempt. Kettwin.
meiidlng my soul to Ood, and knowing th it mv
liiotlur actors would not leave my wilo and
cliihlreu to starve, I closed my ecs,uml leapt.
1 caught tho rotic; my Iclt arm and my head
went in tho tiiiddlc of the nooso. Tho shock
plunged mo down into the filthy water till my
b et loueiieu tne cellar lloor at me tamo moment
I lost my hold ot the ropo. l gave niysoif up,
lor 1 leared that they would draw the rope
from me. Thero was a buzzing In mvearsa
thrust forth my arm In desperation. I caught
the rope again, and felt my self hauled upwards.
Something struck me on the hend. lue toul
water tilled my mouth, my senses reeled ; and my
bar, (luring those awful moments of immersion,
was that I should faint and lose my grasp of the
f . w tw isted strands between mo and doom.
I tried hard to keep my consciousness.
It v.i!Sin vain. All I remember was a sensation
ot quick motion and of da..bng light.
" Wncu I returned to sen-o, 1 found myself
lying upon the stage. All my companions had
lice n saved but ono, podr tipsy Fo'jutnbe.
' It was a strange sight to see us kneol round
the closed trap, iu our soiled, torn stugo bravery,
and thank Heaven for our doliveranco.
" 'Where is Arthur ?' asked Mrs. Foljambe.
"Wo rose and looked at each oilier. There was
a dead silence.
" 'Oh !' shrieked tho poor woman, who had just
heard of our danger, and had run down from hor
room bull dressed. 'He is dead 1 He is dead '.
lie is dead 1'
"She tore open the trap, and would have
p'urjgcd biadforemost had we not held her bick.
Her screams alarmed tho atidienco, tomo of
wLom jumped on to the stage, and came behind
"Tho trap was oloscd, and tho bereaved wife
was in a tit of violent hysterics, whon a voice wat
heard to say :
"'What's the mutter? Has anything hap
"It was Foljambe, who had thrown his coat and
trousers over bis Peruvian dress, and boon out to
the nearest nubile bouse.
"1 pass over a description of how Foljambe was
received by his wile how she sobbed over him,
and suid : 'And to think that this morning I
wished vou dead, my darling, and bow near my
wicked wishes were fulfilled!' Foljambe took it
all as a tribute to hiB superior merits, aud forgave
his wife with heroic self-denial. Years after,
whin she remonstrated with him, he used to re.
mind hcrlhat three pennyworth of gin onco saved
h i lite.
" 'Wt 11. faid O W arrcboy le, "let us be thankful
nobody's boon drowned, for now we can get on
Willi the Dunlnmunc :
Here liitle Canks broke in with tremendous
wrath, and rebuked his manager for daring to
wish men that moment rescued from a dreadful
cath to tumble nnd iniiko luces, and swore that
othing could induce him 'to clown' that night
I'Warrcbovlc scowled ; but feeling that he had
no choice but to yieiu, was going colore tue cur
tain to make nn apology, when Ihe two strange
men I had scon in tho morning walked up and
Old Propper, In consideration of hit noble sen-
iments as 'Kollu,' becamo bis bail. The debt
was only 40, and tSticknum told the uudiouco
what hud happened. They left the theatre grum
bling loudly. Tney said that they had paid their
money to tee the pantomime, and it wai a swindle
not to play it.
we never nctca in the theatre utter, nut na t
a benefit at the Town Hull. My wife was very
grateful for my escape, and taid to me tho next
day, 'What a pity, Adolpbus, that your suit of
gold leather armor it entirely spoiled, and will
never he lit to wear agaiu !' "
POCKr.T HltOK andAATCBBL M AVIirCTt3UUR,
Jlo. 47 . ill M il Mrret, aeiow Artt,
rortfotlot. lnmmt Cum,
f iiir rasM, rwi ki,
islour Helti. Work Ooxaf,
WholaaaloaJidrvtaU. 12-7-1 at
5o. 715 CIIEEirtJT
NO MAO H I N WW,
730 CHEHNUT Btreu
At No. 1 N. KLEVENIH STREET,
AND MARINES' CLAIM AGENCY.
tlrt BniTJTY AWT) A PI!KTOW
To the dlaeiiarted bolcaar wko hat eoea wouudod la battle.
To thee, who have served two jtai, beeldea arBKSION
to Ifcoee Oikaeieo.
tll BOfNTT AKD BACK PAY
ToWliUva, Kalliera, Atctliere, 4c, U Uluae who have
Clt-4 or baa killou la Uie at-rvit..
S' FEKBIflBT A TCAB
To th. Widows an. Widowed Molftwra of the Poldldrti
HtaniiD, and ai arises wao nave ami la vie service.
FBI?. liOKEY, BACK PAT, At.,
Plna tha haira ol Heaniea and atarluea.
'I ti klNtt i I. AIM S, and all oinara aarnjt Nolkiaal and
Blaie tMveraicenu, pron.pi'7 coneoiea.
Address it aatlr ta
OB0BGB rOIlP, Claim Agfnt,
11 801a DOCK BTREBT, eae door below Third.
Gj, TO EHir CAPTAINS AND 0TNR?18.
aV-TkennilenUiaad harlna leased theKBMSINO
lii XltlW MX K. bKa l laloraa klaeVienda and lh.
tatrena ol Ue Iinck.that he Is prepared with inereaaad
laeilHiM lo Mceeaatodal. lAoae havlnt veee la to be ralaod
or retired, and haint a preetical ihlp-earlent and
eaulker. will alve parional atwuiaa W tli. veeeelt eev
trueeed ee lilaa for repajra.
tabulator Aieiu. bkla-CarpeBtert, aad ataohlaUW
kariat veaeeU 1 repair, are eeUrlle. (o eall.
flaviat me axanty for the aale of "Weuaralrdt'a Patoeil
kf um CoaaDoalllon." or Copper re al, ler Ihe araaarv
Ufa ( veeaw bviiuaia. for tine ally, 1 aaa aieae la aao-
JOll -V-H. DAMMTrT,
Kenilna-ton Urrear Djet.
r4XAWAiB Aveaiae, ai-eve LAI AM, bareeC
navirg purchased m; locli let eprlrg ! cao ll at old
I'll I M r Ml Hot,
IVi'KV ( ARII CAMfcM,
flit n KM,
1IM H '(Hi A I'll AMU MS.
(.10,11 I KN ,
joy Nii.pt ltd K,
! it s v kmixjk a,
I'AfS'.l KI I S.
Atio. the finest MOTK ra'Klt. and KN fEl.iirK. In
msirhp-vrrclij INITIALS ultariit.
All onr blunt ard fiiMI-m ins
C H A L L E N ,
I'liSlliler, llm.k seller, and ftlatl.'iixr.
il :n h tin ':i a riiKNNirr min-nr.
FAMILY HI IIL I2H!
WlioloHttto and Itot.ull.
TH CUP.AI'KilT A Nil nr.HT
Prayers, Hymns, Family and Pocket
It I Illl -H.
lMK')'l'(K):AriI A I, HUMS,
KtW AID BBsUTirOL. HTVI.E.H,
Kidi Turkey Monavro, Anti'iae, Relief and Guld.
Ho. 320 CHF.SNU T STKKET,
13 fi if
KI OW rilUliTII. fODTU 8IIB.
IVslrrt te fall tha nihlfr altantten partp slarlf In a NP.W
AM) I IIAIIMINI1 KK.ATltKK Or PlloroilKArilY,
latalji Introauceii by bUnsrU',
OIHON'S DOCni.K-FACKD CAUTKS
Arapteiiirri that. In a(Mlilen In antlre nnvHiy. enmVna
n nrr mi uii u in ibi ulliar I'Vlui na tnadw. lue can
lie cbuuitd oul at
G I H 0 N ' S
rilOTOGItArillC OIL GALLKKIES.
. i;u cuksnut htukkt.
are In t I led to pall and examine ipmri-
Thtt ttniion of tttA ituMIe U illrertod to (lis flat)
a-sortini'iit ol nw aud puimlar books uu htiiid aud tor
Ko lt CIIENUT Street.
A lnrtre ard wfll Hclectrd ftnrk of hawflnmply bound and
flno rop'i n nf all the Undnl worki ol tha day, deiajii
(il HH IH'RINfl TUB APl'IlOArHINa II0TTI.AY.
Aiiaa. a vairletT of .luv.'i)iii4. T(T Ha k, slainei, Photrv
frapri, AuioKrftph, and Hemp Albuuui, Ifiarien, IMuIom,
mytf txnKi Ac.
AUoon on band,Uiree icti oi ine ropaiarcamesa uanra,
"THE RACE COURSE."
Ilic only sets In the cnonlrv not In private handj.
Tteady (in tlie l.Mh Inntmit,
l now uteri plate Man ol Ilia Huito nl Virulnla. ahoarlnx the
(ill. KK.dlorirt, new rHliroads, 0 AO. Hunt by luall,
pit-iiud. frleel Uty t'eaia. .
J5-l.', !lt No. UN CUKSNUT Street.
, J U M S .
Wanaated to bo superior to any s.hari madu.
A riNB ASHOBTMItNT
or th a
Ij A T
13 T H T Y L K H
AT VK.BY LOW ritlCES,
K Y It K ' H ,
ll-19.t No. 10 S. ElOUTH RTRKK.
J'O THE TRADE.
The rVfiUlHUM. or
43REWF.R & TILKSTON",
WOllCFSTKK'ft PICTIOM ART,
HVOKi fcHI KK S HrKI.I.KUS,
HI.I.lAlil H HKAM.KM,
LKACti A HWAS 8 AKITUMETIC. AO.
U1 htrt'ailcr b luppliod to tUa trate hy
Ko. 1229 CHKSNUT StrroL
TRE SENT ATIO N BOOKS OF A
J V Al.T AllI.K f MAflACI JUt.
App'ctfin'i Now Amoriran ciopdU.
fvciopauia of L'oiiLu;rclal and Bailnefc Anodote.
Rf beTHon itfonrd. Ttyrrank Moorn.
Vl ahhlnutnii Irvinu'd Work Hue edltwns.
Coupori Nrtfclt illuitrntfld.
JMckeus v oria lliiiBinituu.
Kn r. fi I'nlted Hiatt'S.
Mcrlvtlr Hiniiiry of tha Roman.
Odii In m thf l)pjeldo'f (Jil vry.
.hK and Stitduwf vf Naw Yuik. rictur i. alien.
Mknln Hlntory of Kranrft, Ag: at Loata XIT.
WhvitIv NutIh IllamraUd.
tucott n Workt.
Ha ard Taylor i Work,
ord llacotVi WorV flnc edition.
11 ail ami WorkB- 1toU.
At JAMBS K lMWnv HOOK KWbIi
No. sat HlXTil Htrd, Hflcond iuirr.
X J-A ltboral dititount made unall yurchaitti. VJ ItVlOt
l OU IIULIUAY UIFTH.
BIBLIS, OXTOBD IDITION,
FOtt THE DESK, FOB. THE FAMILY,
AND 0K Tilts SUNDAY SCHOOL.
PB AY Bit BOOKS. Kleyaut edltioai for prostata;
tinted ar. ery aandximely bound. Trie Iroia ti
PBAYCIt BOOKS for tho raw, Wound la aralMaqoo r
tluMP.trom (1 to .
P KAY' Kit HOOKS lor nnd7 t. koola, from toe. U L
UllirTl) SNOW PLAKEN. A noluaae of IteaafeM
J'ortry. A teauUrul tin to a pious rrtm, ai t lh iua
or nnowliuj. Kroai $1 4ft to $S.
KITTY TREYYLYON. By tlio autiior ef "The Scboaborg
l otta ranillj." Prist, 1 7b,
11NY IIIIRAKY FOB T11IY PEOPLE. To TaaoO tlwat
to Ittad. 4 Tolunita. 48 oolorad IllualraUoaa. 1.
Tli K POETS. Illoiilratod. ti par ralnma.
TMIt POKTR. Bluo and kvM, aad green and td $1 3t
AU il- ww 0'4i rfovlTed at k3B at publiakouV
A I AIU1B AKBUUTMHMT OY
Hvlecud bora tht varwua Obnrisu Book Socltlka and
Alio, a larte aiaortment ol lll'HTIC FRAMBS, BOOK
KACKH, 100K MAHPS, HkKMOM f'OPTKKS, Pl
WIPEKS, I'OHTB IdOMNAIBU, l'OlTFOl.IoS, Ahi. Ave.
TOR tALB UY TUB
rUOTESTANT Kl'ISCOrALDOOK S0CIKTT,
Ko. i'JW ('HfcHNL'T KThKET,
1J T -lO-lJ-lS-17 l--S rhlladelplila.
NOTICE TO HOUSEKEEPERS.
Tne sobeeriber lai on band a cbike seloeth a of
OLD VSAMBT, frew 111 to M.
MAKI1KA AVD SIIKJIBT WINB, from U to
OID MtmOaaAklW.A WHISHT, from fi to .
OUttBSt.WlLS (TUURT.aad BABPBBKBT BBAJf
HIES, arO'B C0HX4A-L, Aa., Iroat i Mi M.
AkM, BJtASDY, freaa to M,
SlltKJlT AtTD MADHimA WIRES, from J to M.
roB cociiuxa rvHroaas.
Te be tad al
ISO. 145 N. Second Htreet,
" " T a. BVANb.
JJ O T, I ) A Y
J JCIITA Y PJIEHEPTTH,
D. V. ULARK,
No. 602 CIIESNUT BTRRRT.
Ha nnw nn hand a rery tarn stock of
hll.VRR ri.ATrT, W4RK,
farWUd eapretKlf Ar tha eottio H01,MAV TKAi'M,
wh ten Off ixvi n R to a NT txiranniinn'"iiT iow pnofli. n ,
hat o a laifre utouk of tfie fiilowiii ifou Jt
(Hllvnr W eirhrti,
I. full Wlh-t,
II. -i WdlriiM,
Amt rtcan Wa'lii(
F.i ulloti WcKim,
1. d Vent '(in tin,
(.old f'titto nit f orialnt.
0ld Svr Ctifiini,
(llltl I'fliCti iJiUlM,
O'.lu Ifnithpli kn,
i 1 1 h m I .In,
i.orfl ii.mm htii'l,
fi.virt l i vr hmt.-ritj,
h d Wnirli Kvt,
OoKI I'liu., 0-nt'. ,
(JnJd Tltm, l,,)t-i',
tlnld I'tliN. Minn',
tt-d I'M'" ( iMiiflaliic,
citi Kir Itn gi.
tli-m t liu ei Kintti.
iold -t'.rt I'lnn,
(pi Ki Imi in .
Itnld Wrtic, ItonVn,
HiIvt 1 litnld'N,
Hdvcr h ( h ti Itira.
Hi.. r Kiull Kiiivi'n,
si ve. K"b ' 'I.m.iik,
HUer Vi k' I I aim.
HIlAfk I'liATKI) WAUK,
111 cd on gPDiinie AlLiaut im'tai,
and pvarranti1 1
( nid H-oviv r,
H urr I iHf I'M.
Ritakuu t fa tori,
ttc-k l? 'HKlnrji,
K ti Hfifdittf,
h h ru,
f "i .
f 'riH HCll
Si ii.k'n t;ltiM,
FO.i Kn.M t,
IrK frfptm KnWc,
'Mkf Ktl l 1,
( htliimn A Knlvn,
rhtMren ' Hiooni
1 atdr and lesfrt Bpoont,
Ta. Hnr, atwl Hilt .-HiKXing,
Tta and liiiincr ir-trki.
IM-ATI l JBWKT BT.
Wp havo on hand a larce lot f due ptard JewHry,
AlHrh wo areoluMinif out at cot t prievu u mukntdom fur
oihr iiooitM. 'I h"i winhlnR odii tti our lln wmUd do
wi i) t c nil and i xnmliio our mck bfture pnrRtiaHtii.
Allnuad warranted a ropraaanttd.
Wn. AM CHRMN UT Htro.-t.
9. H. M'ntrhps and Jewelry randullv n palrnd iivm
rerienrcd vsuiktuun. and TVtixruntod. bntfravtwt! 'tly
executed. ll-M-tU al
O It Til 15 HOLIUAYH.
Inltei an examination of hi beauttfnl and rarlod eollcr-
tionof AMKRICAH and IMIM)R1EI WATCUli, KISK
jr.WRl.KY and CLOCK H, which kavu been uianiifrto-
turi'd and a rr tinned wltti mucH care.
No. JOH MAHKIIT Htroot
rilE GOLD AKD SILVER WATOEES
OF EYBRT DKS0RIPTI0.
Which win be told at the lowact prfeea, and warranted to
be ai repraraltd,iU
Ho. 618 MABKKT STKF.H T,
Corner of Dectttar.
Q O O 8
rua run uwi.i ija i w.
LkTMENSG BKUUCTIOM IN PRICB OK
W ATOM US,
laltmi' fold Tlonllnt f'aaef
uver Wai(Mie.I.aiiiiniiij i ron v u tiuo.
onaraTPd anil rnaiaeUoU, f
Oi nu Hca U ild
nuiiiliiK r lit- from (W to f ISO.
ti r w a(Cia, l
BilTor Hunuiitf f'aae WatuLoa for
full-jewelltid Levera .
a,,A Vut risainl . fmm tlO 10 78.
tluld (Miati-lainoCliolna. fioai $10 lo 100.
Uold Nrrk Cha an. rimii la t'.'S.
lm dltrarant aiira Una Hold Kete. Plm.aad F.ar Ttlnai,
all ihe latoat and molt ranhlonable duiljai, from j to i'i.
RI Er.YH Bt'TTOUg, BOHllM HTTl g,
BI'AKP nan. uni ims,
GUI D TIIIMllI.eS, bll YRS TIUallll.B'.
BltACEIK'S, AKM l.E1 S,
PENl 11,8, 1'a.BH. o i-
ETtrr Tarieljr nf SI rer and BUrw-l'Utod Ware, at
LAKH I(A?s I. I H, t tti li i.ni r. r,,
tiirriKit t'lisiirfl. tit'OAii uisiik.
UTRI'P Pl ICIH-KR, BkE K TAH r CASTORS,
I)IKER CABTOltd, SALT HTAKPS,
CALLBEI.t.S. MAPKtir Sllrtt),
ERI'lT K tTrVKH, Ac. Ao.
rnrt. and Moooiif.ln ever? rarleiy, trahle plated, on
aun.larall.ala.aionr halftka aanal pruaa KMMaio.jrtiiat
waT.la not the alaoelo bar giioda ohcap. Thereajre, if
. .r. (n r.. Willi ID. (rii ,nu mwi . uau.a a u, .
you woold am7 yuarowa InteioeU aad want groat bar
aaJaj. vlall our Utile store,
1 ' Mo. 1090 ilAUKHTStreot.
li t tl s tt W. l. OLattH.
1NTJRSI1NO MADK EASY.
OR, MAGIC SPRING CRADLE,
The moat nacfal and doUthtrul Maraorr InTeoltooof tha
Froat a Vertical and Botaeioaa Cradle It la Inatantly
vrrttd Into a Sprint Chair, RecUiiInt Couch, BaJiy-Jeiapor,
Bahy-Berse, KahT-Walknr. UUja Chair, Karaory Ohair,
Ilohhy Hone, and Ottotnaa.
It etreetually ohTlatea the arlla of tho rocVhig miMoa
airerdi treat relief to mothers, exerolaoa aud daUthta eult-
drea, and aavea the ezpenao ot a Nurno.
Alao a largo variety of
l'AINCJY HOLIDAY i DODH,
DOUBE FURNISniNQ STORE,
Ko. tti CUKS.N'UT STKBBT.
it tint JOHN A. MUni'lIKY,
ENAMELED SLATE MANTEL
WAR ER 00 MS,
No. U:3 CUKSNUT STIUCIZT,
FACTORY TE NTH AND SANHOM STS.
GAUQEE AUD COOPER,
No. 305 H. VftLUtr Barewt, below Walnut,
Imllatioa Braady and Wine Caakt, aad aU kinds of work
made of old aad new stuff, always on band or made lo
Coal peeked In hogibaads for ahlpptn. Al kinds of
tptnualnts punctually attended kt. 11 f)
Q E K T II A Ii
orroeiTE the tost erriCE,
Ho. 520 ABOE ETBEET,
AS A OAKItrULlY tSMCTBD t'rOCK OP
I'ANCY MIH.VJ1II WAltll,
Moltahle fnr 11 stl
HOLIDAY AND BRIDAL rUESEMTS.
Y U K N N A N ,
FINE WATCHLS, JEWELRY,
1 Flro ynamcleil rtraleti,
VM naiiU' Clialai,
Kite Laillo' Chains,
Mima, Heavy l.oni Ouarda,
Amlhjrnt a'.d Teirl -Snta,
( ual Hr'a, It f, Ira
Dtamr nd Ear Itlr .
AmoHiim anO Dl
flit Heel lUura,
Klna Peacl Nlnira.
Oiaiti' IMam. Pear' f-iii.
'l.tJ.as' Clit''Jlnc Pins,
r.KONZE AND FANCY GOODS.
i:i H I'Ulirill S'lllKI'r
v ti n R"AI. ai a f T At L
H. r. torntr HCCOMD and Vim tiVT H ream. Thl al a.
rJT ALIZIaNU TIIIKTY-llAY :iOfKS,
A TfM-r di BirahK- fttr'a for Cliurchet, Jloteti, Itink.i,
A.o, MAM r A( TI Hi K ill' ri w. il -i,n r r.si.
CI.O' K ItKPAIKF.U AMI WAKUANtP.K.
tck TriiMuibKi of evtry diwcriitU.a 1-11 1
JK W IS li A DOM US,
DIAMOND DEALER AUD JEWELLS,
Ko. W l CI1KK.NUT STRKKT,
Tlai on hand a large and aulcnilid aaaurtment of
SUITABLE FOR. HOLIDAY ritliSENTS.
AUo, a beaatiful anortinont of
Gold and Silver Watches, Jewelry.&o.
PllviTWam In t.rot rarlolr, suitable for llrldal and
My iiMtrrtnitnt of lilamord Jewelrr la eompli40, and at
Um pnee titan eon bv lound In tlila cup.
Old Gold, EUver & Diamonds Bonght for Cash.
) I A M O N I) S .
J'artnrii harlnp: Jilamnnds or other pracloua atonaato
liioio of, will do wfll by calling on
DIAMOMI) 11KALEK AKD JHWELRU,
rto. Mt CUHSNUT Street,
Who wtn give tlio hltlicet cniih prleoa.
H C lm ALHO,
Old Cold nnd Bllror IloiiRlit for Casli.
OrPOETUHITT TO PUECHASE
AT LOW TRICES.
Bavlnc dcUrrnlned to retire from bnalneaa, and wlihtng
torloeeont myontlp atoch of Watches, Jewelr7, 8'lrer
Waro and Hilrer-PIated Ware, Olocka, Matieal Boaos,
TahleCutlery, Ao ,wiUila alaty days, I ant prepared to
off. r Indacemente to purahaaera.and aoUeit aa oxam'na-
tien of Uitae goodo, moat of which are go?d stylos and of
TUOMAS O. GAKllliTT,
11 80 lit Mo. Tl OHF.8SDT 8TR11KT
rmE watohis, jitwelet,
SILVER AND TLATED WARE,
(JOKNKB A ROH AND TENTH STB.
Itruochea, Rlecre Buttons, Armlets, Bra&caU, Scarf
Plna and Blnga. Tea guts, lee Pltohers,
Wal'.ere, UokleU, Porkt,
Wa'etioa repa'red and warrauted. Old Oild, Dlamon.ta,
and Surer Bought. II 1 3ra
U. 11 U H M Jj li il,
Xo. K. RIXTU Street,
Wi-ii'd liirote atlontlun to Ma stock of fine Am.irlcan and
In Gold and Sflrer
of the htloatatylaa.
HAMDSOUB SILVER WARI.
warranted pare ooln, A., autublt for Holiday nreiente.
15 10.,n Ho. ti V. SIXTH Street.
FOtt THE HOLIDAYS,
At M. 11 H U N N A N't
IJo-r and Elesraiit IBtore,
No. B03 . KlOilTIl Street, aboTO Uaes, Philadelphia.
A latere and salendtd stork nf all the lateat and moot ele-
ant ataltiia.tioupriaing in para
I'INB AMKRIC1H, KNtil.HU,
ASD Q K NET A
flNE GOLD, CORA.li. AMETHTflTS, AKD OTIIIUl
SxYLRS Of JEpVMLKT.
A handttome Tatiet of
Solid Silver atd Hated Ware,
HANDSOME BRONZES, &o., &o.
We won Id rfunrrtfnllT Inrlle eor rrVndt and the publl'i
to fall and examine inr ttiamsulvee previous to purehaaiiiK
ebewbura. 1'rlurN verj tow. u i.-m
ESTABLISH KI) IU 1812.
WILLIAM WIION Jk
S. VT. Cor. Firm and CUKttKI Bts.,
Hove on hand a la-fa aud (eueral aaeonoMat of
Ofonrewn manuiaetare, of Ike Saeal qaaUiy aad kWheH
standard of ti Oarer.
A lar aud gonernl aeMvtmont of anperlof Plated
OLD STLVBB boutht and taken In etdiante. lllfrhee
nrlova rton. 1ST 1st
liOOPS FOR I'llESENTS.
We have rucenUy added to onr large and extcnaivo
Khck a line colli ctlou til iitwml stylet of
All if resent mnnuiaetar. and laaporuueo, Appropriah.
for the llollda.va.
11A.1 T.lZr at. CO.,
12 17 71 Xo. 819 t UKsMCT Slrett
FINE i.) ll.lt WATCUKS.
TIKE COLD ADD MAUONIt JKWELKY, .
n. I. lint of
R 1 1. V EK W A BK,
Conilitlna of all attlea. sultaole lur Hilldar and Bri
dal rreaenii, alvl wkica wiliba told ai lue low eet aaak
ri'tae. o . .
linm M m oai.i.
l!fit !t.. li S. SBWJJJll Suoei.
T)0 YOU WlEn TO MAKE A rBE3E5Tl?
No. 'Ml N. KIOIITII BTIlKI'iT,
too will pind Tltl
FINEST AND LARQHST
HTAl'LFi AND FANOY
PnOTOORAPH ALBUM 3,
an1 PANOY GOODS
1IV Til 1-3 CITY.
wniTlltdt'l-HitH-in Hsaewaod,atah(iany,and Wal-
nnt- hpanlltnl OMKortiner t.
piiHTP.il.idi anj iohkispv CAl.t. In OTisry
ely,, ard fli Idli
i;ilisa - With S.Ik ail Htcl ChaJna, In M.ir50. Val
Tel. Plain and rrcaincii'ed . fa,
Tlllh'IY srTl.hM (IK CI A CASKS-Som" I.eailM
ftil anih-rii". ,
LAI'IK."- (XiMPAMOSS-ta Moroacoand K-itnel,
t'rf flnt onalilv a'-d tin h
ThiU'l.lM. AMI Hllijri'lHU SATOIIRLS AU ilaoa
and a'-a(( n
piK'Kal K VI - PI AMI au'll-om f nee n,iHtr.
A Pl'l.t, I.l-P. 'ir Tul mints, Hound and in Paper
- kill a'llr r(ir rhlidnin iWtva- huo
ii' i;, N i 1'AI Kit imii.lh -In t,reat variety. Man
ent Tfly ww.
0A.U 1-UOIOOtAPllH CARIl PH'iroilKAPIISI
( AKD I lll"l(.lt Al'USI
Wr hare a ap endul slis. k ef
i j lo t uuiuri i ai.iuimh,
reTlli. al aisiy loa? ratca,
Rp( al at'tin kn la e.Mcd t.i fie
NKW MOKOL't".) III.NCF, ALBUM,
I.ara psrfaclly tut when opanu
fall on innn.vm ItllOlllKRS If y-.u want ahand-
aoauo or uauultirlMwe ror a
j'li i :-i;rvT.
ticl ore o our Til'.v l.m'M a. l.nce, for 75 canta : or.
tlllod illi t'olcrtd riciiitiin locnia
H AUBAUH BR0TIIER3,
: 1,71 M : N. KIOIITII B.ltK.Kr, Phllada.
J JKNPDHSON fi CO.,
ltfKKhKI.I.r.US, SI A I lONRIH, AND DHALKItl III
l'Lotocrnpli Alliiiins ami Fancy Artirlos.
Are rrce'vln? dal y all the
KOVELTIES OF TEE EEASOJf,
Which ailll he sold at reaonahle pr'oa. ANI Nf F.I-
ORHI I AN'I' l)KM NIIS KVACl'KL) 11K0AUH OF1I !,
UK I'Al'tlt I'LUUrUATIONM. II olIiHH
Ccine early In the aeaiion and make yonr salocMons.
JO THE I'UULIC.
Tiianknii to our irvennt ana tno puaue ror tna UMra"
patroniK boitowtd upon ui, w would inform ther that
having DJai exteuilra altera .funs In our eitabtiihmoai.
wa are now pre pan d to exnouia Ploturtwto tha laUsrtotioa
of all who may TaTor as with m call. Having now t our
t ii i m an d lnrrf aKl facHUieg, wa taao pleasure In itoUoltins
a dlicomirp public (o compare tlie execution of our work
with that produced at any other ettablliliuiunt la tha
United States. We would also state tha. our
QALLtHY IS FHEE TO AlU
tSr the examination e Fptelmem. NotwIUmtanillnf the)
advance of material used, and waes of bands ciukye)
we ate yet furnishing
HCTUIIE3 AT THE OLD TRICES.
I.tln.tUe llfsdn Ir. rrarnn, OH, and Psr!.
("AMtH t aire heads in t.'ravnn. and ranil.
Jmpcrml, l'hun nt Coinred. II l4,ti-10,4 4, and l-3nlaea
arto do Vllte Tntttos. fuil-sixe, 14, tUaO at
ADihrotypcs. rmm 7r cents upwards.
FfiTui.. pes. $1 per dozi-n.tfco Ao.
On haud and for sale, a large lot of
Coploa or lUiro iiKravlnffv
rnOTOOSAPIIB of alt Ihe
I'BOXHSKNT UKRRALB and
DIHTINOUIOURO MKN, Ao.4.
Ouifclde Tlews taken at short notice.
1IENHZCY tfc CO.,
12 lfi -lm
No 811 AJiCH 8trei.
f. BUUUKI.LKUMANN A OO.,
o. fa X. fcl'HITH Hinnat.
ar nw offering, at aro berjalni. a rail and aiilend!4
asaortnunt UliY OOoIIH, aultublo (or UuUlAV
i iiKSKN IH.
ilLAN K I T and BROCT1E SAWI.S.
laH (idOUS, In every vern.t7.
a'UHNiKIIINil (loons. In orerr TArlelr.
CI.OAKIHO CLOTHS. Ac. Ao.
One eeiis more of Ihoae 4t extra heavy Uteaotwel
liuclliia, tot ceiita
I tic caic more new York Mine llloaened Mnalla.
One oaJM; exira heavy riblisl Suakor Flannel.
One rate One Hhaker flannel.
hari ama In FlaJn and PU1.1 PoDllns. Merluoas. Itlack
and Colored flllks, Ac. Ao., at
Vi ln-17 ttm No. 'is n. .KllilITu SlrMt,
rpiK LARGEST AND FINEST
DLCAIX'OMAHIA P1CTCRK8 AHO WHITE TAgBS,
PICTOTtCS ANI riCTUKB BOOKS,
Of the chotooat kind, ai moderate prleoa,
SCHOLZ & JAHENTZKY,
11 IS Ht Ho. Ill B BKJHTH STREET.
The underntgnod have thla dap formed a Oo-Partnerahla
under the style and title of
ADAMM Jte LEVIS,
Far the' n'arpvae of trauiactlnf a (enerel
AND STOCK-BIiOKERAGE BUSINB3S.
Aad EXPBKH8 COMPANY STOCKS mad a ftneolaltr.
Government Loans and Hpeale Boutht and Sold.
UKORQB H. LKVI8, '
It l'Uf Mo. 10 CHESMUT StreM.
rjSIVEEAL CL01EE3 WEINQEE.
THE "GREAT FAMILY KCONOMIZER."
IT 18 THK
BEST ARD ON"LY RELIABLE WRINGER
Biroaa the pbofi b.
IT IS TUB MOST DUSABLB 1IACHISB MADE.
It U Ue ealy Wrlejor with th.
LATENT COG WIIEKL REGULATOR
Fer ttrrahni both roPe tor lhr, whloh ao'lUvely prevMN
IkareBa ham breaking or Iwlilluf oa Ui. skafl, aa ail
n ftnttera w.inout
WBl Ao. no matter haw strongly It tsar be a an acted to tha
11 la nel enry a r error i wrinrer, mil me x-a n aeeiB iriv.
II a power whieA ren'lers It a nnit k)XCKl.LkNT
H AHHEK, aa teaiiaed teky Uio.aaada who aave II la uae.
11 aavaa time, lanor. oidttta. ami money. It wtl par ko
HaainaUw bAVl.NU Of CJX1U1NU ALOMK every alt
"kiI.HT PI7P.B -The naual Family Rites are No. 1, Ko.
l.,,ea4lU. 2. Theaekav.
Aad ar. warrankad la every pariicaUr.
No. V i aaid li are not n arratiled or reeomm. aiked, umy
In. ae naiatl rolla Itiai Coca canno be mid, al-.hoairh tay
are of tne name aiae aad pa-iee aa Ueee sold by mm uaaAere.
E. L. UUBN1IAM,
' Mo. 17 S. STITB BTEEBr, rbUadetjihla.
U mwilal AUaaraoturart' Afeat r Bait Ftona.
T)ftiE CALIFORNIA WINKS !
JL PlUK CAMFOEN1A WINVHJ
ri KBi I 1.1 r'inma ... ... .
MOCK WIN., front Cahloraia Tutryaroa, wiueJ to to
faraoua fel'lne. . j . j
POUT wiaE.B-omOaMlaVhi..varl,.w aaadand
7 I.1Ii' t',7,!l"'l vavarda.m alal.br
A Htel-I A W IttDi 11 k'ISB - Wewakva aavw - -
"utcl"ti Wl,fromCMxaU Tl.7ard..aci)t.
abia te ebpldiea and eheanod. r....lta
HH KK r WIRE. fnn. CaiiAtrmla Tlneyards, r peaulaar
OKAPE liKAhliV. rfliwi .! lonila Traeyards, aaed
kalidi wiiM be '"'" , , .
I'AUFOBMIA WE AuECa,ll.tJ ffarty Iwal i.