The press. (Philadelphia [Pa.]) 1857-1880, September 04, 1857, Image 3

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yosterday still oontin-,
«M, and though very high,rates arbstill naked and
y 6 ;fA^TtiQnfly r ifc:is 6bt'aipabio tb-day, and, com*
thjreo 'dayaj
: fronil2 to‘24 per
Jafctef rate!
olearTcg Koaab ; tHis morning,
wta ylin^KiMpt^and'satisfactory.' The exchanges
' £©59,374.29/
fjom Oalift)«i» by the Illinois, together
witk,p^t^ninsfttiin:difert^t'soatec»V,an)qtintliig,
. in all to eloae dn s3,tl9(hot)6,'wiilcahae’a welcome'
inoroßse bn’tbe bank average of last week. Since
iheir lari statemeht/ihe.hahks.have keqeired from'
the finh/Traasiify 2381,000'. /'’The,California remit
tance 13 51,890,000, Remittances are on their woy
fromHavaiia and/bfher places onder. insurance
amounting to. $1,000,900, - and, the .Vanderbilt,
front :Vui6pe, f ' broaght. $100,000,' ; making In all
$2,981,000. Large : as, is this aunt, every .cent is
wanted. The banks must and 1 will.continue to
contract —but it. is hoped more gradually-und,
thongh a, brighter; iky.inay/npw,, be anticipated,
there is no oonfidehbW anting . well informed men
that it will bo cloudless, or that wo have note
hops ferttletto fight; for a month . or .twb to come.
Among commorciol cireles thoro iadccidedly a:
bettetand more trßthfvil fiielingj irhioh is all the
mbreproniLsrog l.epauso it is net too rapid. An
Imprsyeiniht to tjo laßling and beneficial must be
gr»duel,and the strength lost by the last fort
i ;Witb:pSi4e«io!foresight;and mutual good fed
injf weathered; bat it toidle to
befcrodheeiad of:Uieyoar./: Ihero is nothing doing,
RHtescpnUnues nominally as before;
I Chappy to.S»yttSat,,. w’ittt tho 'oxception. pf/lbo
Island Cityßanic, and Moots. Williams;* Stevens,
pictnre X.have no failures to
recordlllikformer,is » small and weals insiitu
tlon,rwHh.veiy ,BmaU.lUbilitie3, whose notes have
been discredited for a day or two, and it is not ap
pnAihilW. tbatdSk'fallnwwill do mstph harms dAy
moHont was made lesd «■! for, i.tho. appointment,pf a
reoeitardli tbo'Cftfio of tho .Mechanics Banking As
eobiaSbO^which-Sot 'or efttill! tO'Morrow.i lit is
thought that the application, will certainly be
granted. The following is the aScia!'statement
of this afiMrs»f the bank!” '• •• •• ‘
.Si ttsvU&Hioted:; a. ;•; *
Lmnio'.'V^-*-
.$724,302 89- ' ' •
-.i 1 . 4 '228,500.00’ ; 1
29,040 42 , '
--- - 1 1
■V.*',20,600 00*“ •
• ,J 800,663 72 • {
•40,703 85'.
118,367 40 ' ' " l
480,234'97
: ’37,531'63‘
. . 68,485 02
1,638,103‘83'
632.000 00
242:98100
641 274 11
f _' 6,453 M'
131IU' B^i*awkv, f .
Bonds wid'.MOrtgftges.;'..;:
fltodu.V*.:.... .v.
Duo from. Bank?;,.
Cash frems;.,/.,..
fipSclß./j./...
BXcHsogfts./;.,
OftpiU? .taxft,..’.,;*'
Circulation,,,.;.
dur li«pMitof*.v.>v. .*
Doe Jo B&nfcs'.: 1
' v ' ' r - • ' $1,521,708 85,
The at tho Sab-Treasury for to-,
day.weto.a® follows t .
Yotil'YMelpU .vwii.'.V ’5220,989 33
ToUipsyments.' ...........i,,...... $Bl,OlB 00
T0ta1t0Unce.i1ii.f;.;....,...!;........ 12,008,629 $0
C&llfbjmi* drafts,,a v,..... • . ’'• 43.-000
Th<t at -the Castor-House,' for
dufilij^er^rigS.OWj' . . V>'- Yi 'Y ,\
There was such a rapid and astounding improve-
Blent, '-this, morn'ipg, in .the, stock ' market, that 1
the dore -hopo that ifc
willoobthme} The 'advance wos genera!. .Illinois
Centra! tiohdßhrbft? 7./per-Wnt., andTthfr SWok to
104,.end a smadl and olosod firmly at
104, aa s&iVinfeVbf tf^TOrcente* 1 Pennsylvania
Coal Company rose 3i4 Cumberland 5 Coal Oo.;T;
Hey a Eeading,,,i;
Miohigaa Southoni, preferred stock, 4i'; Aofatcsck,
A Rock Island, 6f. 1 • »
In State stocks MissouriG's'baVe risen to 75 (an
MrMoifprTMT'cvtitf) and Yirgini&fi’s, 2; Indi
an* S(ates'i have fallen to 71,' undfcho stock of the
Bankokkncrica has fallen,4; that of tho Mechan
ici’ -Bank 6 ; and that bt the Park Hank Z per cent.
AtlheJeeoad Board had slightly
hut prices were firmly maintained in
following stocks and.bonds were
*Sftredffbr-dil'o J by aaction to-day
#,<ro’Wli4ih*iQ.oeaKH cent Ist- •«.* - {
Vmbftcojrr’tiShkinS fundb’dsJV Passed. '‘i- .*
BR Ist mortB
percent., ccnr’t slaking hind
: f . Sold at 60c.,
.d .-A-. t f , ... prirttosale.
, $4,000 I*a Crowe and MU RBSper cent.
WieO-Taerfli/afedirtatand TttMftrawaa-',.? i. m >
>, . KB7 per cent, bonds Passedw.-v
$71,000 Chleagb-and Miss;. HR i2d sort' 7
, h#r ceaU' bonds,36X \ i <
,OOttCity.,ot Cincinnati. 6 per cent. .
• i toads...-.../........ 71%, 72
slo,<kM<aiVaaMid Cbk. Uuloa RB lKt ~
, lH)nds.-.*..i.4,,$2 l OOOafc9oX,'
-s '■ r ‘ $2,009 afcoo, balance passed.
$20,000 BelleVilleond XULootaWu KB Ist * > •
. 'mQttbond*-.'.'.37X
$16,000 MlTViwkie Rad Beloit B& lrtmort.
*< ;• u/,-<fiper fcent.copT'tsinicing fund ..v
bonds CO
*sX&,oo9Chfca&oCity $ per cent.,, water •. i
, , , IMO.i n*,JIJj.TIK
'#6 l to*OMras!b,;-8t r .i Jml lind-Jfoild da r *
, L*rflßl6tmortBpercent.land f
■-♦»;WOhloBta*e,«j>BrJceot.r<!tock,'dttB/ rr>*“"
- -1808. >. V.. f ‘.; i. , i.,i>... $3,000 p, galo^
, , ;.'/>* $15,000 at 03.
*sf$ J <WDeL t , Xack/aiid-WesteroJiß-Sd l > i
, i , snort 7 per cent; conr' bonds.,. Passed, j
, SijbOOMohtgomery 0 per cent, bonds Withdrawn. ■
$20,000 Detroit, Monroe amt Toledo RR
, rr, < ;‘':v i lst-ttorti7 jfer-.eent, bonds,
• • Guaranteed by Michigan South-
CJ «? 'XOletflß 8.v.. -V. i.■ 65 V , » , ,
• $l,OOO Islington CJty/OKy,, 8 per cent.
-< bonds;;....i»-59V , ■■
$B,OOO Michigan Southern RR .Ist mort.7 •.
itw , peecdnt.bond&i-...;.i(.-;.... i . 81#* 81# 1
$5,000 Chicago. gtPaul and Pond da Lso
m6rt;7 percent, con’tt • ...• ?
• i>« = ringing fund bonds Withdrawn.
; $lO,OOO Cfn., Dam. and Dsvfon JFt’R2d’V , ; .
mort; 7 per cent; bonds. CA,M%
COOibM Buffalotioa'StaftLinoßJt.ssoea. 100. 99%
‘Tsodo;Firemen?Blns oo„.»v*..rv.l7*a i H1%t0143%
-Vs2s'd&MftreajiliteinsCu,.. oo ca .Withdrawn..
«a.IJO,UOX'; '
25 do Excelsior Ins Co...»6Q*a, 217%', ,
liifl.Cp.*.,.loo en, Withdrawn.,
■ 75 do Hamilton Ins C 0... .16 ea. Passed.
20dttBroadwsyBanlc...-...;..,..26ea.,323
20lda Farmea’&,Citlsena’lßk,Ll 25 ea, 73 ,
45 d* Chatham Bank,...* 25 ea. 76% ■
- 2fr,d©B*nk of Commerce..loo ca; Passed.
JOO4O. Brooklyn'City Gaslight Co t 25 e%;.120# 121122
t W:„* -< cv- -SO share*, balance passed.
$6OO Atl&uUcMat.lnaur.flcripof 1860, 79V i
$4O Union / do.Ti do < //do 1852. > • - '
.. do.; do ;,1853.>50 ,
'do do., do . i isw.y . r
do,, ,1653. 34 f
IBAIESBY A. H.iroUEE,,
>T u ‘ 7 percent, const’nbonded -
• jt-v '' 1 f; bypofhrun4i4*Mt.i. ..i,B33/
BB7per cent, consi’nbond,'
1 ' '* * t ••*• * • •♦***• ‘ * * • •’ 83V
.r»a *?®iS ftwt & ,,wo **•*••*••• slooea 100*
, 1 's74o Great Western Insurance Scrip of 1857,
*a*U,V. *t >m^-*‘**’‘*v*.*---..-..40
’The market. for. State and Western
PlWJit I* from,6 to 30c lower,'and fa steadier with sales
fpr, common, to, good State;
.«#fi-25 for esttr&do; ,$5.6005,75 for common tq good
-JlWilgAo, .-Jbidlena. Ioj«. &£: . sB,?s«g' for 'Extra
- JP$ PlJtotyvK fbr.ewnsfit. liopia^Soathoru
. $6.6007.50 f6r.aitra.doj for Illehmond coun
, ,£ -Cttjr,' Canadian Plourls Joirer■
vrtVaiue<of 350 obis at $5.60®5.75 for;'superfino,, and
j. c s6.26a7,4Sjoi;extra do. t Bye Flour Is in demand and
F AraratJH*ss.2S far ftoni fine Corn Meal is
\.. for "Jersey, W $4.40e4.50‘ for
Oorroil,—Them&rket is'quiet andunchan’ged. H
Jv-fl GaA**d-~»T!ui market Tor Wheat is firmer, with ante* of
,-j50,160 onthela at $1.45a51.6d for Bouthcrn'rcd, and
t 8 tot .Southern white, .and $1 62«r51.55 for
'good red *etftueVy. : ~0&t« are mill at 57ff (30c for State
- andEl mp&f So r, "W este ra. Bye \ a heavy afc'Bo»Ssofor
.s, '«I« of M.OOO bushels at
' • 75a760 for Joed tuixw Western, attdSSc for do Southern
J ~ ‘ri udeiinioh;-'', 1 ':
- JEfffiM'ife'rcry dill!.',' :',.'.'"''* lw '
,l-\ h JWi*m *ts»for Scotch Pig. • Bara are nominal.
- ,U. oreja'a: little more activity for Hemlock.
Bote ahd Oak, at previous quotations;''
Narai; SroßM.—Spirita; of turpentine continue
»t 47a48c. Crude turpentine U
Common rosin H dull at
. v-- Jbsf flnc do firm, -and. little doing, at
‘^Wftraft'fcl.' Tar hi •in ieqptat > $2.12 V for
, r . Morf9lk J An^s2 ? 37V«f2.6oforWilirtiDgton:
Olt*:—The 'market is* quiet for Crude' Whale and
Sperm. Manufactured whale in in demand at 86b8Sc.
. foriusEjnßrand fall. Lard Oil.is quiet at $l2O for
winter prime,*;*»! Linseed OUfe j n Remand at $0b8)o.
JB»WB|Ojr*>-the market for Pork l» dull and heavy,.
. for’ tneasTind
SW,TS«S2J- for grime;' r ßfcef in vmy dull, withaalos of
140 hhU atsl7«slB for,repacked Wettoro, add $18,60®
<*B<er‘hams are nominal;-'Lard J«
,='*jttir«#|jrit]r ailir ; of : I6#a»l6# v Kochange in
: sscaANjtE' .'Biiis, >s»pt. : s.
. v ‘ i r ifthT'’aoAßn. ' r - .
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itim . Ao : 'V f nL; aw . d»> • too so
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2000 do ' 88 '6 'do 05K
Jr ~i Ugj-yfio^. 88# .7 sixth At it , \ 87#
, 7 ? 250MSo&tfIaB:*3 23tf
- $OOO .do •' . 74' 200 . do' '' MO 23
OS • 823 do / ' & 22V.
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67; I 35 r do ' '
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7000 do 46 60 do /rB2 V
100OlA4D#MfI.ah35,. 13fi do- «3&T
« MKUEIuk .110. 150 Tit Cen R s 3 im
30Bk<jf America 105 50 do . sOO 105
,102 : -8. d0,:;,-.110
V 05 300 olov&Dtt»H .' 38,V
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lOO 400 , d 0::.... *ljS
. . 140 t«om Coil Co . TSX 37 Clev Col & Cio B ,52
■ : .: 17 142G0* Ohio It 81
/ SOOOuarOotlCo Ur 180 do' 1 SIX-
Vd,: 13#. ,43, .do ■/." 81K
‘92.. v d “, „ , 13« 200 Clot 4, 1018 HO 40
t ,,.,3soN¥O«nS,lißifT6 860,,, do, , »310
r . i?S a . O - snok 16K 40 ’do , , s 3 40«
1/do •B..*!'-,*,': : bio 41
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i ,':0/a8K.'|»)0KV.oeuIt - , 764'
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;. m(}4 BM iiday . 654tf
60 Il! Oca 8.i•,tr■13 , 104* :
200 Clot't Pittkß I 18 ;
.’IOO Gldy dfe Tol;B.-uib 40'--'
K ~85 100: do:rM.::,i: 40
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ftwbNPenn’aßC’fl 68'
UO<M do 68
*: 1700 City 0»« . 2dya 89J{
100 -do ■ new 05 .
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• JO ■ do ’ 43 X
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' 2 Own* Am R'- 103
, SO Reading It cMh 21;
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‘ r . 14 do cosh 27X
. IS ‘ do cut! 27 X
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100 do .ji
50 do ■ «■***
60 do WWH
100 do ““s life
60 do . •* *JK
lfi NBk KootocKT 113
6 Kentucky Sk • 109
4 do 109
10 do I"
3 lilt of Perm’a 112
2 Farm * Mec Uk o«>f
38atrMdJ0k M*
r BOARDS*
1100 Bong island R 10
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0) Readings
SECOND
new 95k
• 89*
46*
48*
33 Beading & 2T*
6 do 37*
100 do W 37*
12 do 27*
IS do 2JX
3 Norristown R ' 69
‘35 Girard Bk 10*
10 do' 10*
60 do 10*
4 Farm Ic Mec Bk 62*
.
1000 City 6’a
1000 City R O’a
10 Penn’aß
10 do
10 do b 5 45V
8 'do • 45V
100 Reading B
6 do . 27*
.10 do .27V
100 do b 5 27V
> \ closing,pan
- [ - / £id, Asked.
usevea- n«.>
Rhiladafls 89 .083 V
. do / BB 69 ©B9V
do New 95#*95*
Pennafis, - - 81V® S3
. 27*087*
> ido Bonds !7077 *7B*
> Mort6»fl'44. 85 : ©Bo*
Penna RR 45 *4s*
Morris Caul Con 48 ©5O •„
Schyl Nav 6s *B2 80©83 *
do Stock 11 *l2
Bid. Asked.
BcijlNaVYrel 19*020*
Wmio’tAßlmß 20*
dolalmortl>s73 ,»M*
,do .do2d m 62* ®B3*
Long Island 9* 310*
Vlckrirarff 7
OlrardDank 10*®10X
Lehigh Zino IX® 7*
Union Canal B*3 9*
Now Creek X®,„X
Oatawlssa BR 9 , 010
200 Reading It 65 28
50 'do s 5 28
100 do 2dye S 3
ibo Reading R sswn27*
100 ' do sswn 27*
300.:. do 27*
100 . do . ‘ '27*
Beading c105e5.........*...
j ThofaUnre, on Third stre<
announced this afternoon.
27*328
ret, of asmelL concern, was
THE ‘MONEY MARKET.
• iur", •. v j , 'PHainßLrtu, September 3,1857.
) There is an old story, which an.editorial in to-day’s
Herald recalls very forcibly. A Scotchman, more teal
oUB) perhaps, than charitable, had been deprived of his
wife's: the, morning, church.by domestic
affairs, and on his return, he reported to her the* dis
course Sf the day with ‘great fervor and enthusiasm.
M He took,” 'said he,*’ “ ho took the sJnnor by tho two
ears, and he held him at arm’s length over the lake that
burns with’flre and brimstone, and he-shook him and
shook him till all the'congregation half roso in their
seats and stretched their necks to see him fall into hell.
But, -just as we expected for certain he wonld drop him,
he brought in the heavenly mercy, and raised the
wretch up gently, and set him down again on dry land
for another trial. la troth it was a narrow escape.”
Just such an escape have wo made from the hands Of
the prophet of evil, the New York Herald. Bor months
the fferald has been ringing the changes upon the com
ing crash.' Losses, bankruptcy, depreciation, delinquen*
cy, fraud, repudiation, revulsion, ruin, have been its
household words, We, poor heretical unbelievers in tho
promised cal&mitleay havebeon held out and well shaken
over a fearful expanse of failures for millions and mil
lions of liabilities; of general prostration of all domes
tic interests; railroad companies, banks, merchants and
manufacturers''‘all a mass of ruins} rails rusted, cars
worthless; sirlps laid up to rot, and the Sheriff *s auction
sale flag flying from every window. The railroads were
already gone, “hookaud line, boh and sinker;!’ there
was no douht of ’it) and the sooner the stockholders made
upiheir mindo to the fact the better. The revulsions
of 1817,1827, and 1837, were brought from the oblivion
of another generation, to frighten us with their ghastly
specbea, and they, certainly did scare a great many, who,
though j they aro. ’afraid of all ghosts, are jet always
ready to fancy they see them.
The, climax-of' the Herald's dim forebodings was
reached when tbit gambling In stocks of the New York
speculators, like pycry other evil carried to excess, com
menced to work its own cure. Instantly a few stock
gambling concern* wore forced to the wall—a great out*
cry was made. Tho whole country would be seriously
affected; our prosperity was at an end. On August 24th,
the said-i-** That it (stock speculation) will re
sult in a collapse and in the rain or prostration of many
Important interests# no one who takes a cool and careful
vie Wot things can for a moment doubt.” On the 27th,
4hiee days later, it said—” The cans© of the present de
pression in prices for railroad stocks and stock securities
generally, .!* 'not,-merely a Wall street matter. It is
deeper, aod beyond the influence's of the Stock 3Sx
.chkngo,"and it Is not in the power of all the banks and
brokers of tho city to put a stop to the panic which has
seized upon the public mind.” On'the 81st—“At this
moment there are hnedreda of mercantile houses in this
city, and scores upon scores of' speculators, bank
rupt beyond ail hope.” 1 ‘ 1 ;
No. later than yesterday, it gave us a more terrific
shaking than at any time previously, iq the following
language: “Wo are, beyond all question, in the midst
of a fcorfui revulsion J and where it will end the wisest
ajnong ns cannot toll.' We do not look for any mitiga
tion of our embarrassments and difficulties ‘until scores
upon scores of failures have taken place , and a long po
riod .of,'prostration/ The recovery from this collapse
must be very gradual,’and it will leave marks of itsexiat
©nce and power forbears. The end is by no means yet-
We have lust e&ientt Upon It, and as it extends it will
gath° r five®, ‘
If we had not known better, we might have looked for
final ruin to be announced this morning, but w« would
hare boon sadly deceived, We advised our readers to
disregard tbreffort* of the panic makers, to believe in
tho signs.of great.pyeaperlty which were to be seen
everywhere in the country out of New York, and to im
prove the golden foment to Invest in the really valua
ble securities which senseless fright had brought to the
prosent low state of depression.*
-to-day the Herald has its tactics. It gives
as an editorial with .the*,.heading, “The financial
Crisis—No Cause for Alarm,’? and naively confesses as
follows :J l A paper that is owned by a Wall street stock
gambler will of course - cry out that the end of the
world is at.hand .when Wall stroet Irtock gambling
ceases to'pay; but that Journals which aro entirely dis
connected with'tho’gambling enterprises of Wall street,
and whose owners have no part or share in the specula
ting monopolies of that region, should share the delu
sion iffbdd ohougli) and reflects but little credit on their
discornmeut.”.
It says of the stock jobbers who have failed “that
their solvency and insolvency aro really matters of so
much uncertainty and so little interest both to the pub
lic and to themselves that it is' not worth while dwell
log on them ; J ? and adds that “ when we come to look at
the real Interests of the country, our agriculture, eorn»
and coiton—our -great manufactures of the Bast and
Middle States—our shipping interests, our foreign
trade—we find nothing save a temporary cause of em
barrassment. * -■ * . * # *
Th?ro is nothing to warrant alarm among prudent men
who have not speculated, or dabbled in railway stocks or
railway paper. The heart of the country is sound.”
The final conclusion is, (hat “honest, prodent 'men
need not break their hearts after all, because a few
score of speculators are going to the wall.”
So we aro reprieved. Tito country will breathe freer
and deeper. The great bear interest has done Its work,
and the panlc-#triekea' victims, who have suffer*! In
money and credit, may again go to work and labor to re
trievethoir losses. We will hare cheaper provisions
and breads and the laborer will be able to procure for bis
family more of thb comforts and necessaries of life thau
have been within J?bi reach for a long iimo. Onr trade
will go on prosperously, as it woutd have done, despite
of Wall street ravings.
The comparison of these few extracts from the news*
paper which' has led the forces of the bear interest
,daring tho..last year, tells a tale; the moral of which
ought to belong remembered.' There is no doubt that
the .parties who have wrought all this mischief will be
the one's who will profit ,tbo most by it*' They profit by
the ruin of those who have’had to.piy into their hands
the differences between the late/ high and the present
low prices of stocks, and they will immediately invest
.these profits. in tho depreciated stocks and double them
when the reaction that is sure to follow brings them up
again nearer.to their fair value,- -
•, .After iWhitb, when a* fair opportunity offers, the
game gwue will be again played out. Another a crash”
will be predicted, perhaps brought to pass in Wall
street,—a, few more thousand of frightened stock
holders will bo induced to rush upon a falliug market,
and sell their'inyestment At a ruinous rate, aud needy
borrowers be forced to pay heavy interest*, and then,
wbon alUa made that can bo gotten out of the panic,
tho trick will be again confessed,' and the victims ia
suited and derided. Bnt/for thA present, we are re
prieved, ' ' " ' ~ "' • ,
•The Stock sales to-day Bhow marked signs of improve
ment. % Some thirteen hundred shares of Beading Bail
ybad, stock were sold'from' at which they closed
yesterday, ,uptb27tf. There is little change iii invest
ment securities, which hare maintained fair prices
throughout all the late period of fluctustion. The
money market Is easier than for several days post, and
financial maters generally, wear a brightening aspect.
The Vanderbilt steamship brought $lOO,OOO in gold
from Europe to New York, and the arrival of the steam
ship Illinois, adds $1,693,‘697 from California, Large re
mittances of specie are duly received at New York from
the interior. ...
The steamship Arabia, from Now York for Liverpool,
yesterday carried out only $54,000 In specie. The Bo
russls, from that port, 1 carried oat $23, WQ in specie.
We have to report the failure of the banking firm of
Hatch & Langdon,of Cincinnati, in consequence of their
funds being unavailable in the hands of Messrs. Beebe
A Co.
The Grocers’ Firo Insurance Company has declared a
semi-annual dividend of ,8 cent., payable on demand.'
The receipts of the Long Wand Railroad Company
for August were $10,907 90 against $37,388 98 for the
same mouth last year, making an increase for the pres
ent year over last year to the same time of $12,180.
’ 'Tho receipts of tho Morris Canal for the week ending
the 29th'instant, and siuco the opening of navlgatiuu,
compares with the corresponding periods last year as
foHowsii . *.
1, ' ’ 1867. 3850.
Week ending August 29 $10,246 23 $7,403 61
Previously this year, 179,883 42 382,017 87
- 1 * ■ 190,128 65 • 369,481 88
Increase to date this year, . $647 27
Tho London Item’ oily Article or the 824 Aujuit
says: t .« • -
Consols, which closed yesterday at 01# to X for the
9tb September, opened this, morning at the same quota
tion, and gradually receded, closing at 90# to 91. For
money the lost price was 90# to %.■ The official busi
ness report-la as follows Three per Cent, Consols, for
money, 91#,90# J ditto, for account,9th Sept., 91#,
90V, 91, wH iTUree per Ccut< Reduced, ollf.K, k\
'•Now Three per-Cents., 92#, X»:%> X f.'lnd/aTfitocit
213£; Thcee-aud-vUalf per Cent. Exchequer Rends,
falling payable in 1859, 98#, 98#. Exchequer BUts
were quoted 4s.<Hsj to par. 1
- - The return of the Bank of England for the week end
log RatanUy, l August 15, comparod with the previous
retUni, showa the following result#: • - „
Circulation issue £25,075,765 Pecrewe--* £22,555
Circulation active...... 13,393,026 Decrease--164.436
Public deposits..../ 6.630 867 1 Decrease ...760,904
Other deposits. 10,886,839 Increaw ...48,494
4*b7*n«u«it‘socurltes in v '■ < ' ' i -\i
49prtniont..l° 1 69S 1 66. Withoutalterttlra
**"•?*••:•***
733,000 80mmi«.....3,5M
8,634,317 IncroaM
t,<m,wpumn ..miw
6 The treasury’ dWoslts 1 have diminished £760.004,
.whilst the "other-” deposits have Increased £423,494
variations which are ascribahle to the payment out of
the British exchequer of the Sound dues redemption
funds. The “other securitise” having attho same time
run off to the extent of £476,658, the reserve of unem
ployed notes hod increased £131,630. It is satisfactory
to find that the Bank has boon enabled to discharge this
heavy liability of the government without trenebjeg on
its reserve. Tho decrease in the bullion is triflings
Failures, Assignments, Ac*
rfrorn the Independent, Bept. 3.]
. 7be following are the reported failures, assignments,
Ac., for the week: „ „ . .
Crawford A Dauforth, Concord, N. H., suspended.
Jefferson Knowles, Manchester, N. U., failed.
Beniamin A. .Smith, Boston, Mass., suspended.
Mechanics’ Jinking Association, Now York city, sob
-5 Itoebo A Oo<, “Bankers,” New York city, suspended.
Atwood & Co,, “ Bankers,»’ New York city, suspended.
J 11. Prentice, “ Hats,“ New York city, suspendedi:
liabilities large, butasurplus of about $600,000, and will
undoubtedly soon resume. _ . ..
Adams A Buckingham, “Flour,” New York city,
suspended; have Urge Surplus, and will probably Soon
"wnflkma, Sterons t Williams, New York city,
f ‘jl d AJ,O.Socor, » Fonndora," New York city, ana
pended {liabilities largo—offer forty secured.
John'Thompson; “ Broker,” New York city, before
reported, has assigned to Platt Adams. .. ,
ThouiMbn’a Bank Bate Bepoeter lies been published
for Bve years peat by blr. Platt Adams, eml itspublica.
tlou'ia continued without interruption.
Goldsmith A Gutmen, “Cloths,” Now Yorkelty, sus
pended ; UeblUtlea said about $lOO,OOO.
Chambers A Helser, New York city, failed «ml as-
SlB Henry Antler, "Ololhlug," New Yorkelty, fulled.
Louis Wustermau, "Yura.” New York city, failed.
John Allen, New York city, failed.
J. L. Wycoi, Williamsburg, N. Y., failed.
John W. Batea, ‘'Broker,” Troy, N. Y., suspended.
Reciprocity Bank,'Buffalo, N. Y., suspended tempora
rily.
Hollister Bank, Buffalo, N. Y., suspended.
Swarts Ironworks, Buffalo, N. Y.. assigned.
Wm. Flanagan, Buffalo, N. Y., failed.
John 0. Crosby. Buffalo, N. Y., assigned.
Drury A MeneU, Delphi, N. Y., failed.
W. AII. Bollman, Saline, N. Y., failed.
W. I. Ouyler. Cuylersville, N. Y., suspended} liabili
ties said about $90,000. '
Stephen Childs, New Hartford, N. Y., assigned.
Harvey Pierce, , Essex county, N. Y., as
signed.
Breeae, Kueoland A Co., “Locomotivca,” JeraoyClty,
N. J., suspended.
Ralph Lee, Camden, N. J., failed.
Sloan A Gaddis, Hightetown, N. J., failed.
Jacob Stine, “D.G.,” Philadelphia. Penna., failed.
Clark & Co., Tremont.Penna., falted.
Platan A-Lehman, “Fancy Goods,” Baltimore, Md.,
failed. ‘ . i
S. Wallaek, Baltimore, Md,, assigned.
Thurston A Ely, Louisville, Kyassigned. .
It. Harmon, Marion, Ohio, assigned.
Robert A Moffat, Cincinnati, Ohlb, assigned.
Casper Bess. Dayton, Ohio failed.
8. T. A K. Langley > GatUpolis, Ohio, reported somo
time since as suspended and assigned, hare obtained an
extension from all their creditors and resume business
with£good prospects. Success to them.
Wm. Ward Easton, Chicago, 111., suspended.
Adams A Herrick, Now Bedford, 111., failed and aa
signed. -
J. B. Smith, Urbane, 111., “sold out.”
Jas; L. Lyell, “Banker,” Detroit, Mich., suspended.
Burns A Wheeler, Saginaw city, Mich., failed,
Rothschilds A Bro., Muscatine, lowa, failed.
W. A. Jenkins, Winterset, lowa, sold out,
Peter Beard, Frankville, lowa, failed.
Read, Shields A Co., Keokuk, lowa, “sold out.”
John £. Balfo, Lafayette, led., assigned.
L&mherton Doolittle, Warsaw, Wia., assigned.
PHILADELPHIA MARKETS.
Thursday, September 3— Evening.—The market for
Breadstuff's continues unsettled and buyers of Flour aro
holding off for lower prices. About 1,600 bills, mostly
Brandywlno and extra family Flour, have been sold on
terms kept secret. Shipping Flour is froely offered at
$6.60, but thoro Is nothing doing for shipping at this
figure, and the market closes with a smaiyiorae demand
at from $0.60 up to $8,60ff19 for common to extra and
fancy brands. Rye Flour and Corn Meal are quiet but
firm, and the latter scarce at previous quotations.
Wheat U very dull to-day, and prices favor the buyers,
with sales of 2,600 bushels at $1.3001.43 for Red, and
$1.4041.6$ for White, according to quality. Corn Is
also, dull -aud held at 39 cents for Southern and
Pennsylvania Yellow, without sales to any extent.
Oafs are not so plenty, aud more in demand at
35c, at which rates 2,00033,000 bu Southern have
been taken. Rye is steady at 80085 c bushels In
Bark there has been quite a decline, and about 05 bhds
Quercitron have been sold atft&for Istquality. Cot
ton holders are firm in thoir pretensions, but buyers aro
shy, and the market, has been very Inactive for somo
day* past. -Groceries exhibit little or no alteration in
price or demaud. Coffees are steady, and a small busi
ness has been done in Bio and Laguayra at full quota
tions. Provisions are quiet and prices fully sustained.
Seeds—very little doing to alter quotations. Whiskey
prices are merely nominal at 23c for both hbds and bids,
and the market very dull.
Chicago Lumber Market, Aug. 28.
The following are the present yard rates t
Common hoards, joint and scantling, 16 feet and under,
$6 W MfdoJOto 20 feet,sl7; dry finishing lumber, $25;
lit clear, $3B; 2d clear. $33. ’ Green lumber of these
kinds sells at $5 less. Shingles—common, $3. No. 1,
$3 60, and warranted, $4. Lath, $2.76.
The receipts for the week ending to-day hare been as
follows:
Lumber, ft 12,886,636 Shingles, N 0.... .2,443,000
Timber, ft 252,000 Staves, No 70,000
Lath,No 2,336,000
The shipments by canal for the same poriod am as fol
lows •.
Lumber, ft 3,060,211 Shingles 670,000
Laths, ft 504,300 Siding 40,921
The following are the total receipts for the season to
the present time:
Lumber, ft.. t . .316,096,815 Lath, No 63,799,388
Timber, ft 4.021,433 Shindies, N0....83.429,303
The above statement sbowß a material falling off for
the week, and as an indication that it will be a perma
nent feature, we may mention that tho current of ship
ments from St. Glare river it turning strongly eastward
—particularly to Ohio; and vessels hare found difllculty
in obtaining up-frejghts from that point.
Weekly Coffee statement of Lonsdale, Bon A Co., Now
Orleans.
Total imports of Rio, 1856-67.
“ “ “ 1855-66.
Increase of imports in 1850-57
Arrivals, dlreet.slnce IstJuly....,
flame time last year
Decrease this year..., A 10,170
Stock in flwt bands this day. 61,008
stock in aecoodbandß this day. 43,485 —-95,453
Same time time last year 30,107
. Increase this year
Arrivals at quarantine—
“ Sam Slick” to Johnson, Moke & Co.
Not included in stock of receipts 0,400
Bales of the week—
-160 bags . live.
2550 «“ like.
1076 “ llalltfc.
5785 «
Stock on hand laetwoek ....00,208
Received this Track N0n0—90,268
Stock on hand this day ,95,483
Taken for consumption 3,785
Market—Ordinary lie.
Low fair 11 Vo.
Fair to g00d... ll^all^'c.
Prime ,12c.
FOREIGN MARKETS.
JAMES M’HENRY & CO’S CIRCULAR.
[Per Asia and Vanderbilt.]
Provision*.—llacon is in steady roquest, and choice
qualities rather dearer. Cheese Is more wanted, and
arrival# keep well cleared off. Beef and Pork are very
dull. The Government bavo advertised only 6500 tierces
and 5000 barrels Beef, and saute quantity of Pork, to be
contracted for this season. Bacon—LongMiddles, ribln,
48s to 60s cwt. Boneless, 2* more. Short Middles,
do., 61s to 53sdos Boneless, 2s do. C. Out, do,, 45s to
48# do. Cheese—Fine, 64s to 66s do. Ordinary to Fair,
SOa to 40a do. Beef—New Prime Mess, 140* to 250#
tierce. India, 10s to 20s more. Pork—Now do., 90s to
95# barrel. Shoulder#—New, none. Lard is slow at
71s to 725. Tallow has fluctuated greatly—at ono time
there were buyors at 665. but there are now sellers at
6is.
Breadstuff#.—We have a return to fine weather. All
excitement ha#disappeared, but the very moderate stocks
cf all articles makes holders careless sellers at any de
fine. Wheat—White Canadian, 9sod to 9s 34 4P 70 lbs.
do. Southern, 9s Od to 9s4d do., red Western, 8s 3d to 8s
0d do., do. Southern, 8s 9d to9aod do. Flour—Western
Canal, 30# Od to 31s 0d 190 lb#; Philadelphia, Ac., 31#
Od to32#Qd do.; Ohio, 30# Od to 33#Od do., St Louis, 33a
Od to 86# Od do. Indian Corn—Yellow, 36# Od to 37s Od
4? 480 lbs, Mixed, 06s Od to 30# 6d do., White, 40s Od to
44s Od do. /AMES M’HENRY & CO.
importations.
fßeported for The Press.]
RlCHMOND—Steamship Pennsylvania, Teal—33o bxs
tobacco Bucknor, McCamuion tc Co; 33 Mercer & Ante
!o; 67 do 17 cases do Delias Sc Talt; 32 bales rags P H
Wbitehunt; 24 Server Sc Marker; 14 Wm Frank: 4do
yarn Z 8 Woodward tc Bou; 10 T Martin tc Co; 2 bbls
mdse Doli&ui, Baker & Co; 10 E Wilson; 0 do flour T
Webster,Zr; 40 pigs leadO / AdamiA Co; 30 bags wheat
Miller tc Bro; 216 pkgs sundries order.
4Wiirinß Jnldlitjnifß.
PORT OF PHILADELPHIA, Sept- 4,1857.
SUN RISES. 6 86-SUN SETS
high water
ARRIVED.
Steamship Pennsylvan’a, Teal, from Richmond, via
Norfolk, 30 hours, with mdse and passengers to Thomas
Webster, Zr.
Barque Laconia, Be&rso, 7 day# from Boston, with
mdse to David Cooper.
Brig Winyaw, Swazey. 2 days from New York, with
mdse to K A Bonder tc Co.
Brig Velooa, Sims, 3 day# from Now York, in ballast
to E A Bonder cc 00.
Brig Trindeleu, Havener, 5 day# from Boston, in bal
last to captain.
Brig Aoiiua, Lewis, 6 days from Boston, in ballast to
O A llecksher & Co.
Sohr H F Psysob, Nickerson, 6 day# from Boston,with
mdse to Crowell A Collins.
Bchr Anna Gardner, Harding, 7 day# from Eastport,
with laths and plaster to E A Souder Sc Co.
Schr Fred Bheerer, Sheerer, 0 day# from 8t George,
Ms. la ballast to captain.
Schr Cot Lester, Foster, 4 day# from Norwich, in bal
last to captain.
Behr Clara, Crowell, 7 days from Boston, with fish to
Stroup & Bro.
Bchr /as MeOluskey, Dickinson, 4 days from Haddam,
with stone to captain.
Bchr Flyaway, Davis, 4 day# from Greeoport, LI. in
ballast to Browu tc White.
i Schr Hosannah Hose. Wyman. 5 days from Boston, in
ballast to Cbas Miller & Co.
Schr Mary Anna, Bowen, 5 day# from Bostou. Iu bal
last to Van Duaen, Norton Sc Co.
. Bcbr Ellen Kuril, Cain, 5 days from Bouton, in ballast
to N Bturtevant & Co.
Bchr Ann Turner, Gifford, 5 days from Boston, in bal
last to Tyler, Stone A Co.
Bchr Lewis Mulford, Doyle, s*days from Bostou, In
ballast to Noble, Hammett Sc Caldwell.
. Selir Br* y e, Marahan, 3days from Little Egg Harbor,
in ballast to Noble, Hammett & Caldwell. •
Bchr J W Hall. Hollingsworth, 1 day from Little
Creek Landing! Del, with wheatto Bewley, Wilsou tc 00.
Schr Ad*, fimltbers, 4 days from Deutou, Md. with
wheat and corn to Bewlev, Wilson tc 00.
, Bchr Emma, new, Vent, 2 day# from Muton, Del. with
wheat to J W Baeou 8c Co.
Bcbr SI B Corner, Elides, 3 days f ro m 8t Michaels,
Sfd. with wheat to 3 w Bacon A Co,
Bcbr Win George, Jackson, 1 day from Smyrna, Del.
with Wheat and rye to Bewley, 'Wilson A Co,
Scbr A B Bussell, Warrington, 1 day from Lewes,
Bel. with wheat and com to Bewley, Wilson A Co.
Bcbr Ida Ponder, Grace. 3 days from Milton, Del.
with corn to JII McColley. 1
Schr A M Brady, Coverdale, 2 days from Milton, Del.
with bark to JU MeCoUey.
Steamer Tbos Jefferson, L FSebellinger, 6 hoars from
Delaware City* baring In tow 6 tidewater canal barges.
Udeu with flour, grain, coal, iron, lumber, Ac. Towed
down 7 others, bound to Havre de Grace, laden with
mdse for the'interler.
Steamship Boston, Bellow, 23 hours from Now York,
t!»Gape May, with md^emjd^ai^eagors to J Allderdlce.
Ship fcrel/u,french, Mobile. liarbaeli A Co.
BafQue Ala, Davis, London, Tbos Richardson A Co.
Banins Moore, Richmond, (with part of In*
, ,* co.
Ww*Wi Svwey, Boston, J 5 Jl Bonder k Co.
gm M'Mj PortUnd, 0 A Itecbier & Op.
Vptoa, Portland. A Pird.e A Co. '
i j*‘oia»k e r , D tskeon, io ■ do
&& W? 0 mi, City, {T & Co,
TM ffßiMYy SEPTEMBER 4, 1857.
Schr Anna Turner, Gifford, Boston, Tyler, fftbfli
& Oa. ,
. Schr.Clara, Crowell. Boston, do , „
Schr Fred Sheerer, Sheerer. Salem, Van Du«d» Nor
ton A Co.
Schr Mary Aona, Bowen, Providence, do
Schr Jaa English, Noal, New Haven, do
Bebr Lowlb Mulford, Doylo, Boston, Noble, Hammett
A Caldwell. * * * *
Schr Brave, Marshall, Georgetown, do
Schr Col Lester, Poster, Norwich, Haves, Smith A Co.
, Schr Flyaway, Davis, Sag Harbor, Brown A White.
Schr Hosannah Rose, Wyman, Boston, 0 Miller k Co.'
Bchr Vanquish, Inalay, Baltimore, 8 J Ohristl&n.
Behr Oxford, Crayton, Baltimore, do
Steamship Kennebec, Hand; N York, Jos Allderdice.
Str Farmer, Dennis, Baltimore, A Groves, Jr.
Barge Delaware, Poynter, Baltimore, A Groves, Jr.
[9Y TELEGRAPH.J
Correspondence or the Philadelphia Exchange.
CAPE ISLAND, Sept. 3, 6# P M.
Ono barque, a brig, and several schooners passed up
this forenoon. The barque Belle, from Boston, Is now
going In. Wind SB—Weather warm.
Yours, Ac., THOS. B. HUGHES.
(av TSLBQRAPH.I
CCorrcspondenco of The Press.)
New York, Bept.3.
Arrived ships Admiral and Shamutfrom Havre; Ame
rican Eagle from London; Equator from Bremen; B
Rutkley from Rotterdam; Howard from Hamburg;
barques Elida from Hamburg; Edward from Bremen,
and brig S. P. Snow from Porto Rico.
Below—Ships Emigrant and Meta from Bremen; Cal-
Jioun from Liverpool. ’ ' •
Correspondence of The Press.
Havre Di Grace, Bept. 3.
Twolvo boats left here this morning, laden and con
signed as follows;
Ellen A Nina, flour and corn to Bobeaon Lea; Garden
City, lumber to Young A Woolrcrton; Robert Liptou,
lumber to H Crosbey; John Ilelsley, lumber to Matooe
A Taylor; Maj J U Zimmerman, lumber to NorcroSA A
Sheets; John A Sheets, lumber to U Trump A Bon; J B
Bally A Sou, lumber to Wilmington, Del; FortDosmolne,
Thos J Woolfe, ATI Sutnray, Niagara, and John Wiat&r,
anth coal to Del city.
Stcamsnip Illinois, Boggs, from Asplnwall, via Hava
na, 28th ult. arrived at New York 2d inst.
Steamship Central America, Herndon, from N York
for Aspinwall, arrived at Havana 21st ult, and sailed
again next day.
Steamship City of Now York, Matthews, benco at
Boston yesterday.
Steamship Stale of Georgia, Gavin, hence, arrived at
Charleston Ist inst.
Steamer Delaware, Shaw, hence, arrived at Now York
yesterday.
Steamship Asia, Lott, from Liverpool 22d ult., arrived
at Now Yorlt yesterday.’ ■<
Steamship Catawba, Bullockyfrou New Orleans 27th
ult, arrived at New York yesterday'. -*
Steamship City of Norfolk', Green, 4 days from Savan
nah, arrived nt Niw York yesterday.
Ship Edward O'Brien, Creighton, from Havre July.
9th. arrived nt New York yesterday. ~; , ~ ,
Ship Kossuth, Dawson, from Liverpool, at New York
yesterday. ’ •"
Ship Neptune, Peabody, from New York for Liver
pool, was spoken 26th alt, lat 43H, long 49 45.
Ship Eveutldo, Partridge, for Wilmlngtoii, NO, sailed
from Liverpool 24th ult.
Ship Ocean Belle, Kelleran, for Now York, sailed from
Liverpool 21st tilt.
Ship Independence, Eustace, from NeW Orleans, at
Liverpool 19th ult.
Ship Buaan G Owen, Norton, entered at Liverpool
IStU ult. to load for Charleston.,
Ship Consul, Mortimer, to load for Savannah, ontored
at Liverpool 18th ult.
Ship Creaar, Carols, for San Francisco, cleared at Lon
don 20th ult.
Ship Rowland, Emerson, for Charleston, sailed from
Dublin 18th ult.
Ship Undaunted, Freeman, from Oallao, was off Fal
mouth 20th ult.
Ship Cygnet, Graves, for Hong Kong, Railed from San
Francisco 22d July.
Ship Star of Hope. Pearson, for Callao, sailed from
Ban Francisco 26th July.
Ship lied Rover, Logan, for Valparaiso, sailed from
San Francisco 26th July.
Ship Bombay, Hill, from Boston, arrived at Charles
ton 31 Bt ult.
Barque Sea Nymph, Stagg, from Siam, arrived at San
Francisco let ult.
Barque Samuel Merritt, Wiggin, from Oregon, at San
Francisco July 20.
Barque Elm. Taylor, hence at Boston yesterday.
Barque Corolla, Pettlngitlj from Rio da Janeiro,wit h
7335 bags coffee, arrived at New Orleans 27th ult.
Barque William Henry, Young, for N Orleans, sailed
from Mataiuaß 27th ult.
Barque Elisabeth J, Thomas, for Philad. via Black
River, sailed from Kingston, J&, Bth ult.
Barque Utah, Alexander, for Monrovia, cleared at N
York yesterday.
Barque Mary J Kimball, McLellan, for Pernambuco,
entered outward at London 19th ult.
Barque E P Swott, Swett, from Charleston for Am
sterdam, was off Dungencss 17th ult.
Barque A B Kimball, Blotheu, from Ohlneha Islands,
arrived at CuxliAveu 16th ult
Brig Daniel Matoncr, Bteolman, for N Orleans, sailed
from MatAnras 21st ult.
Brig Oregon, (Br) Green, cleared at Baltimore 2d inst
for Philadelphia.
Brig Mary 11, Kelly, for Baltimore, clcarod at Boston
2d inst.
Brig ITenonah, Rose, cleared at Boston 2d inst, for
Philadelphia.
Brig Waterloo, Condon, honce at Falmouth, Ja, 29th
July.
Brig Chicopee, Howes, for Philad, sailed from Boston
2d Inst.
Brig Mount Vernon, nail, for Rio de Janeiro, July 6,
arrived at New* York yesterday.
Brig Baltimore, Johnson, Montevideo, July 7, arrived
at Quarantine yesterday.
Schr ZAvalla, Gawley, for Philapelphta, sailed from
Havana 27th ult. *
Schr Lodoiska, honce at Gardiner 27th ult.
Schr Sultan, Day, for Halifax, cleared at Norfolk Ist
Inst.
Scbra Snow Flake. Weaver, and Eldorado, Sandora
hence, arrived at Richmond 2d inst.
Schr Fly, Checsman. hence at Nantucket Ist ult.
Schr J 0 Brooks, benco at Portland 31st ult.
* Schr Mary Fletcher, Crosby, hence atEastport, 26th
ult.
Schr Wide "World, Dickinson, from Fall River, for
Philodephla, at Newport Ist inst.
Schr Luther Child, Baker, from Cape HayUen, at
Boston 2d inst.
Bchrs John Harris, Robbins, and John Beattel, Sharp,
hence arrived at Neurburyport 2d last.
Schr A K McKensie. Drlscoe,'/or Philadelphia sailed
from Ncwburyport 2d Inst.
Scbrs 0 Looser. Snow, and Jane Fish. Wiley, hence
arrived at Weymouth 29th ult.
Schr Juliet, Baxter, honce arrived at Weymouth 31st
iiU.
Schr Caspian, henco arrived at Braintree 31at ult.
Schr Richard Yaux, Frink, hence at Boston 2d ult.
Schr ElJrabethSegur, Paul, for Philadelphia, sailed
from Mystia 31st ult.
Schr Telegraph, for Philadelphia, sailed from Alex
andria Ist inst.
SchrsLStnrteT&nt, Baker, Charlotte Bhavr, Shaw; A
Henderson, Godfrey; Nebraska, Oaakill; LS Levering.
Corson: Gazelle, Sowers: Geo fleering, Piukham, and
Lomotil Dupont, Corson, hence at Boston 2d fust;
Bcbrs John walker, Fatten; 1) B Doan*, Veaxle; Wm
If Mailler, Crowell, and Pearl, Crowell, cleared at Boa*
ton 2d Inal. for Philadelphia.
Schr S L Crocker, Preabry, hence at Tannton Ist inst.
Bchr B Watson, Robinson, hence at Boston 2d Inst.
Scbr Almon Bacon, Williams, hence at Dichton
29th ult.
Schr Martha WrigMington, Wrightington. hence at
Fall Biver 31st uit.
Bcbrs Lillie Bandore, Williams; Charlote Williams,
Golding; Sarah E Jones, Joues; Jabez L White, Foster:
Urban*. Norton; Sophia Godfrey, Williams, and F O
Smith, hence at Providence Ist inst.
Schr Expedite, Beboe, from Delaware City, at Provi*
donee Ist Inst.
Schr* John R Plater, Gandy; David Ilalc, Atkluscn
Caroline M Wilson, Cauip; Monteven, Falconbutg, &n«>
Fidelia, Shaw, sailed from Prorldonco Ist inst. for Phi*
ladelpbU.
Bchrs It M Browning, Conover, and Seaport, hence at
Pawtucket Ist inst
IT S steam frigate Wabash, Com Paulding, won at As*
pinwall 19tb ult.
V 8 sloop of war Saratoga sailed from AapicwaJl 16th
nit. for Ran Juan del Norte.
The U 8 ship Cyano, sailed from Boston, 2d lost., for
a Cruise.
Tho United Staten eloop-of-wer Decatur, Captain
Thatcher, arrived nt the anchorago offl’auama on Tues
day, the 16thult., from Vuuti Arenas, which port the
left on tbo 27th of Juljr. She brings 23 sick and
wounded flllibuatera. being the Uat of tho men left at
San Juan del Sur, from which port thoj were conveyed
to Punta Arenas in a sailing vessel.
July 3,lst 35 N f long 39 W, ship J p Mono, from Li
verpool lor Calcutta.
Aug 27, 8 A M, Ist 37 40, lon 74 63, ship Creole, from
Now York for New Orleans.
Aug 24,15 t 30 w, long 71, ship Manchester, of New
York, steering S. 29th ulfc, off Hatteras barquo HA
Stephenson, from New York for Mobile,
Havana, Aug 28—Tho Holland screw steamer Cuba
Packet, which arrived yesterday, reports having fallen
In, off the Bahamas, the barque Ylctorlne, of Southport,
a total wreck.
Aug 29—Tbo Victorine, of Southport, from Mobllo,
bound to Nassau, was spoken 25th Inst on tbo Bahama
Bank, Stump Key bearing E N £ 8 mllos, by the Byne,
Qov Farris, arrived yesterday from Portland.
The Victorine. requested to bo reported, but she was
“all right”
Sohr Raven, of Bucksport, from rhlladolphlo for
Bangor, which was ashore on Robinson’* Rock, Fonob
seot bay, was sold for $3OO, subsequently got off, and
taken to Bucksport. full of water, was toweu to Brewer
27th ult,, to go on the marine railway.
Ar at Kingston, Ja. July SO, barque Dency, Averill,
Baltimore; Aug 8, brig A J W Applegarth, Townsend,
Baltimore via Norfolk; 9th. *cbr Peerless, Patterson,
Baltimore.
Ar at Havana 24th ult, brigs Henry, Downy, Wilming
ton; Jehosso, Stephens, Mobile; 20tb, str Central Ameri
ca, Jlcrnden, Now York; 27th, brig N Stetson, Treuis,
New Orleans; 28th, barques Slrl, llann, Boston; Gotr
Pnrrls, Muwrnns, Portland; R II Knight, Lisootqb, do;
ships Ifespor, Perkins, Liverpool; International, Sirey,
Sunderland, Eng; brigs Busan, Gibbs! Boston; Albert,
Thompson. New York. 1
Sid 23d, brig' Mary Capen. Johnson, Portland; 26th
barque Brupette. Pjnkhain, Boston; 27tb, barques John
Benson, Smith, New York; Stary Merrll, Kinsman, Port
laud; Ardennes, Marsh, Matanras* Lanark, Parris, Bos
ton; schr ZaTala, Orpmley, Phita.
fPer steamship Vandorbllt.]
Liverpool—Ar 39th nit, Barnabas Webb, Watts, 8t
Johu, NB; 20th, E A Lowfs, Cloinonts, Quobec; Almi
ra. Palm/ra, Mlramfchf.
Sid 19th, Klfxaboth Hamilton, Lewis; Now York; 29th,
Star or the West, Shoppy, do; Harry Bluff, Redman,
Mobile; Geo Evans, Cooper, New Orleans; Germania,
Barilos, Point Isabel and Texas.
Cld 20th, John S Cushing, Pluiner, Calcutta.
But for Idg 18th, Jas Nesmith, Wutta, and Stranger,
Brown. N Orleans; Sir Robert Peel, Larrabee, and Jere
miah Thompson, Blake. New York; Colista Haws, Haws,
Quobec; 30th, Alamode, Crocker, City Pomt; Judah
Teuro. Moses, New York; Vesta, Koran, Wilmington.
NO; 20th, Kangaroo, (u) Now York; Robert Kelly,
Barstow, and Georges, Slater, do; Mary E Belch, Wood,
bury, Valparaiso; Echo, On, N Orleans, (changed from
Corfu.)
Cld 20th, Cffisar, Garrels, San Francisco.
Katdout I9th, Devonshire,Lord,Now York; Moultan,
Poarco, Singapore; 20lh, Rhine, Moore, New York.
Passed 19, Auguste Erick, from Richmond for Bremen.
Off tho Start Nth, Carolina, Weatorborg, from Gello
for New York.
Off Brighton 10th, Charles Cooper, Cefflu, of aud
from New York for Antwerp, has been 3 days in tho
Channel.
Off the Wight 14th, Athena, Schilling, from New York
for Bremen; 16th, Epauiinondas, Brandt, from New York
for Rotterdam.
Iu the Channel 18th, Johannes, Bruun, from New
York for Hamburg.
Buuderland—Ar 18th, Boston Light, Crowell, Bremou.
Bristol—Ar 19th, Catliopo, Goodwin, Quebec; 21st,
lUouibsl, Patterson, Havana via Falmouth. Sid 20th,
Tanaro, Arey Cardiff; Kossuth, Batchelor, do (ana
passed Pill 2let.)
- Cardiff—Ar 18th, Gold Hunter, Perry, Dublin; Red
wood, Ross, Bristol. Sid 17th, Lucy Ring, Thurlow,
Now York; 19th, North Carolina, Poster, Mobile.
In PeoartU Roads, 10th, Geo W Hail, Mowrey, from
Nantes, peeking.
Sligo—Ar 16th. San Clark, Elliott, St John, NB.
Gottonburg—Cld 6th ult, Hammond (is) Heydtmauu.
New York; John Bertram, Kuudson, do. old lflth,
Eliae, Nielsen, New York; Sir R Peel, Jurgens, do (and
from Cuxbaven 17th) 17th, Atalonta, Uorstmann, do.
Texel—Ar 18th ult, Goiusters, Visser, New York;
Adleer, Gerties, Baltimore.
Autwerp—Ar 17th ult, Corinthian, Winchester, New
York.
Plushing lloads—Sid 16th ult, Wabamo, Doty, Now
York.
Bremen-r-Ar 17th ult, R B Mioturo, Cook, Savannah.
Brake—Ar 10th ult. Nepluoe,Brane,aQd John Abler*.
Bchwoicbel, New York; Hth, O’Tbyea, Addieks. New
Orleans.
TOTW TREATISE OF LAND SURVEY*
11 ING.—E.O.AJ. BIDDLE, No. 60S MlNORHtreot,
neve in press, and will publish eu or about tbo J6tb
in, uat, . TTOATISS OH BUKViimo, b? SauvtL
Albop, author of “ A TroaU«o bp Algebra," Ac. In tho
above sained work the eubjeefc is presented In Its practi
cal a* well a* its' theoretical relations; the theory
being comprehensively and, plainly elucidated, end the
direction® for practice being definite and precise. The
work 1* designed tot the use of Schools and of practical
gwrejow,. ~ } - 7 7 iefst
MEMORANDA
MARINE MISCELLANY.
FOREIGN PORTS.
list of Arrivals at the Principal Hotels.
MERCHANTS’ HOTEL—Tourth »t«ct, bolowArch.
E Woodruff, H V OH Loro, PiUrfcurg
J W Perkins, Augusta £ H Dolt, Nortel'*
A F Powell, Md IS G Clayvcll, Md
id W Meyers, Oln - A Edwards, Pa
i J W Stine, Easton T G Rogers. Phila
Chfts Giant*, do btes Root lUco, Scotland
Jis Gibson; 111 H W Laugley, 111
J Forney, Klttannlng 0 S Mygatt, Canfield, 0
B H Henderson, Pa H E Roman, Lancaster
ASehcick, Gallon, 0 J Beibort A dau, Pitts
J WeJdwau, Lebanon Mrs Grant, N 0
W J Sauders.lowa city T M Rogers, Brownsville
Miaa Emma Jfox, Jamaioa J L Rogers, Ain
Mias E Smith, Lancaster K Ohadscy, R I
T J Albright A lady, Moytn E B oodruff, N Y
W A Lowry, Danville Mary C Hunt, Mo
L H Sconce, do Mrs ME U Carson, Me
0 R Mines, do Mlm U U Emory, Me
Mr*Gol*sifttth,N Y U H Hunt, Mo
MUs Goldsmith, do 0 Pollobone A la. Wyom'g
D V Miller, Kansas City T CUancullor, Parkersburg
0 W Moore, Pittsburg A 0 Spring, Boston
Albert Hall, Warren W t Whooler, Vt
JO Elkin, Illinois
GIRARD- HOUSE— Chestnut Street, below Ninth.
Wm II Wilson, Va N 8 Forbes, Va
.John Jock do Danl Garhens, Va
F Ferret, NY IV 0 Johnson. Utica, N Y
R G Rankin, pa A Burnside, 8 0
IV 0 Burley, 80 HS Carrier, Iterrlsbur^
0 Wilkinson, Norfolk, Va Jame* Barclay, N Y
Wm Brooks, Kallaro&zoo . M M Hubbard, KalU-
Mlss Brooks. do iuu4od
T W Neely, Bavanuah Miss Tyson, Rpadlug, Ta
Miss Lftuman, Rcad’g, Pa Benj Tyson, Jr, do
John Lyon A wife, Va Mias L Springs, Va
J D Yates. Charleston, SC 0 J Walker, Richmond,Ky
RLUinckiey, M D,Boston John Stuart, N Y
Dexter A Tompkins, do Win White, Newark, N J
Thos Greet!, Mt Ida, Ky J J EKhelmau. Lancaster
WMM Lee, MtSterling, Ky Simon Stevens, Lancaster
H L Wilson, Lox’gten, Va John A Mathias, Belt
Miss Baxter, do J Rose. SC
S M Simpson, Va L Mondelrsslin, Miss
W'F'Pratt,SC J G Coffman, Va
Mrs W B Prince, Mias Wm J Barney A wlfo, Balt
Miss Mitchell, do T W Wllkluaon, Memphis,
Miss McLeod, do Tenn
A G Springer, do C Hayer, Peuua
B F Chambers, do J WormctsdorfT A lady,
Richd F Wyman, Boston Columbus, Mtea
0 E Franklin, Wolbervlllo A Miller, CAtmda
Kdw Burton A lady, Au- Thomas Barrott A lady,
gusta, Ga Augusta, Ga
J II Gross A lady, La Miss Jlregham, Boston
’ Grango, Ga EM Dillard, Moutg, Ala
Mrs Brewster A daug, Ky P B McKolvey, N 0
L Conies, N U Ct W T Itrowu, Carlisle
J A Zoigtor A lady, Boston J G Brown, St Louis
Mias Buck ' do Vlorencio Ribas, N Y
R G King, Aberdeen Miss E P Butts, Florida
> G Burnham, N Y > Mrs Pctora. St Louis
SRuukoKNC 3frsßuAsoli, do
T L Hatyls A lady. 11l Mrs Carr A child, St Louis
SH Waldo At lady, NO T J Carr, do
dam Treat, Frankfort 8 Ingalls, N Adamn
W F Reynolds, Bcllefont B G Hoarduiau, N Y
U Schoonmaker, N Y James P Gardner, Tcnu
W TiUinghaat, Albany N Y Mr Mosob, N Y
Jolm II Barns, N Y Sirs Abreatu, N Y
J F CoWtell, Richmond. Va H Van Kvllor, NY
J K Rdgerten, Fort Wayne Mr Sattlor, do
T 8 J Johnson, Washington Jos Baker, do
A F Jennings, Chas’ten,SO J B Montgomery, NY
W Shear, Georgia Geo IVhitsford. do
J W Crawford, £ 0 Geo II Haig A lady, do
G W WilJKm, Richmond A h Reynolds' do
A Samson, New York
UNIOSI UOTED—Arch street, above Third.
Albert Mory, Dayton, 0 T M 0 Armbruster, Bait
J 8 Franklin Anon, Circle* Jo* A Orovo & lady, Del
villa wont, 0
John T Jakei, Camden* Del 0 O Fawcett, ‘Westport, 0
P J Steer, ‘Washington J H Thompson, N 0
B f F,liner, New Joraej S Adler. lowa
D R Darla, Ohio JohnJ Hurst Sc wife, Mt
W Jones. do Pleasant, Pa
Wfl Catlin, Spencerrllle, G Henderson, Newcastle*
Indians . Penna
JamqaMcCan, Alleg city 0 B Siilyman, Pottsville
KCrouch, Carrollton, 0 8 Starr. Bellefoutaiue, 0
Oeo W Lawrence, Louis- SHAcnosou, Pittsburgh
title,o James Nol6on, do
J J llurst, UtPleasant E J Stono, Wheeling, Va
C P Dalian), Ohio A Diasmger,Eli2abi*th-
J 8 Dixon A lady. Cincin- town, Pa
uxti.Ohio 8 S Dixon & l&dy, Cin, Ohio
T 0 Paul A ly, Kentucky A P Smucker, Dayton, 0
H Botscblld, Savannah, Ga E V Uauilo, Lancaster
M Drown do J R Henry, l’a
(led Oareeck, Harrisburg H Haym, Savannah, Ga
L Atwood, Manchester, Yt W Hetherington, Pottsville
0 Lcrolvr, Chamboreburg A U Koninger, Allentown
8 U Lind, Baltimore Kdw 8 Shinier, do
I OelsaonDorgcr, Lancaster M Litionthal, Columbia,B C
L LUlenthfti. Savannah, Ga 811 Strnuse, X Y
S G Clark, Easton, Pa Dr Lewis, do
A llaymao, Wheeling, Va KII Ifall, Indianapolis, Ind
AMERICAN HOTEL—Chestnut Street below Sixth.
F 6 W Barkraer, N Y John 0 Jones, Washington
Jos P Tuttle, N J WS Smith, do
John M IJrower, N 0 S Smith, do
JJ B Williams, do 1111 Ladd A (it,Mauches-
Jt K Hardcostle, Md ter. N U
Wm FCulberth, Doter. Del 0 A Putney AU, do
Sand Sawyer, Rogersvtllc, John H Bradley, Ind
’Tean N 8 Wade, Va
T A GUI, NY JW Jones, do
HII Sanders, Thila J H Payntor, Union Coll’go
JaaUraham, do Ell Paynter, do
G Edwards, do J W I’ort, N C
G 0 Cummings, do D K Moore, do
Jno Harrison, do J T Phillips, Va
D 9 Hughes, Centre co Pa flgEdw Kiel!/, Lancaster
OW BrcnoinanA lady, N Y SOeorgetou, Wash’n, Pa
LGlnhouhls, do 33 3 ohusou do
P J Perin, Taunton Michael Morgan, Phllada
J Purdy, Mansfield F L Harvey A lady, Wash-
H It Fuller, Cubes, N Y Ington
E Sturdevant, Danbury, Ct Ilobt Clark A la, Jerusalem
Edgar Bturdov&nt, do 0 ll Payuter, Del
OJ Cowles, NC Isaac 8 Jones, Baltimore.
STATES UNlON—Market, nbovo Sixth.
A Palin, Columbia, Pa W D Morris, N York
JofcnM Phillips, Taunton II Hastings, Tauuton
9 L Bcesc, Columbia, Pa Dan’l E Holmos, Mecban-
John Brown, N Florence icsburg
Rees Palmer, Newport, Bernard Mann, Lane co
Perry 00. Pa ' Amos WhlQler, Springfield,
Win Boy, Ohio Illinois
A Patterson, Mercer, Pa M 8 Rouse, Erie, Pa
R A Patteraou, do John P Rider, Clearfield
WF Rogers, Scranton, Pa Goo Rogers, Shelby, 0
H 8 Doyle, Locansport,lnd Daniel Hinder, York, Pa
York, Pa John Bha*?r, do
Chaa Leltner, do Fred Sultzbich, York co
G W Wheeler, New Haven Jan J Louden, N York
ncurr Loatuan, Lane co D W Bom, Mcch&ntcHlmrg
Satn’l Lockard, Columbia John McVey, Harrisburg
Jaa W Iluutor, Columbia Alex D Ooggi, do
CITY HOTEL—Third stroet. above Race.
Jos E Collins, St Clairsville SSferltct, Reading
JB Cox. Now York U A Meritot. do
R Rollins, do Jo« Dupuor, do
Henry Kyckot. Del Samuel Moore, Pittsburgh
John Button, Norristown Mrs L Moore, do
Henry Matters, Centroco James Florence, Maino
Henry Bttgftr, Pa John Ruhl, Trim
N WatorsuiUh, Moutgo.ne* U V Dluestono, Niagara
ryco Falls
Homy Brown, Doylestnwn J Richards, Pittsburgh
John Needles, Lewisburg Mr Richardson, Plattsburg
Geo Johnson, Philada Sloan Smith, Princeton
J Aulick, do F R Gilbert, Middleburg
W llislngcn, Berks co.
NATIONAL HOTEL—'Race street, above Thinl.
Isaac Harko, Canton, O If S Stull, Phiia
MGuyenheim, Non Castle, Roger Roger, Trsppe, Pa
Penna Thos J Filbert, Wayues*
Adolph floucbcim, Elkhart boro, Pa
Henry Kurtz, Wheeling, Ya Win Coles, Trenton, NJ
Mrs Kurtz, do T M O ArmbrusW, Halt
W O Hopkins, Schuylkill JosMFeger, Pottsville
CO, Pa K Mendenhall, Bloomsburg
MADISON HOUSE—Second street, above Market.
0 H Weiotraut, Balt J B Orr, N J
J Catherwood A son, Ta Mrs Connelly Pittsburg
J B Fallsou, NY II Kirkbrlde, Ohio
W D Mcdows, Ohio Jos Thompson, Salem
MissSuaan Jones, Memphis J Suliiran, Iroiand
Miss Sally Joues, do Juo Jackson, Dol
BLACK BEAR HOTEL-Third street, ab. Oallowhil
Levi Eckfco), Tremoot, Pa Oeo Kline, Enrlvillo
Tho* Shade, Smuneytown E U Gilbert, Limerick
Special Notices.
Seamen’* Saving Faud Office 203 Walnut
*troet, one door west of second street. Receives de
posit* In earn* of Oao Dollar aud upwards, from all
classes of the community, and allow* interest at the rate
of five per cent, per annum. Moneys paid on Demand.
Office open doily, from 9 until 5 o’clock, and on Mon
day and Saturday until 9 lu the evening. President
Franklin Fell; Treasurer, Cbarloa M.Morris; Secre
tary, James S. Pringle.
Bower’s Infant Cordial.*—This invaluable
Cordial i* prepared from a variety of the most choleo and
efficient aromatics known in medicine, and is the most
perfect and reliable carminativo extant for infants and
yonng children.
By it* powerful infiuence a speedy cure is effected in
all case* of Cholic, windy pains and spasms. Relieves
and mitigates much of children’s suffering during denti
tion or teething, and by its soothing properties tran
quilise* pains of the bowels , looseness, vomiting, Ac.
The Infant Cordial ha® bocomo a standard remedy,
and has been used In thousands of cases with tliu most
abundant success. No family should be without it.
Prepared only by Iluxity A. Bowbk,
At his Drug aud Choinical Store,
N. E. corner of Sixth und Green sis., Philadelphia.
To whom all orders must be Addressed. And for sale
by Druggists generally. au 13*ly
Saving Fond—Five Per Cent. Interest—Na
tional Safety Trust Company. In Walnut Street, south
west corner of Third Street, Phiudhlpuu. Assets
over On* Million and a Half or Dollars, invested
In Rial Estati, Mortoaqss,Ground Rsnts, and othor
first class securities, as required by the ohartor. This
institution confinos its business entirely to the recei
ving of money on deposit. Any sum, largo or small,
is received, aud the money is always paid back, with
out notioo, to any amouut.
The office is open every day from 9 o’clock ia tho
morning until 7 o’olock in tho evening, and on Monday
and Thursday evenings nntll 9 o'clock.
marriages,
On the Ist of Sept., by Itov. Francis Church, Mr.
DAVID OOILVIE STEWART to.Mlss MARY LAURIE,
daughter of Mr. William Laurie, of Klrkinner, Wigton,
Scotland.
By Aid. YTra. P. Ilibberd, on the Ist Insi-aut, Mr.
HUDSON BURR OALVEIIT, of tho city of Philadelphia,
to Miss ELIZABETH ANN BYEKLY, of Willow Grove,
Montgomery county.
sDeatljs,
At Laucsstcr, on Sunday, tho 30th August, in the 73th
year of her age, Miss MARY HUMES. A most excel
lent end estimable lady, who was endeared to e large
circle of friends and relatives by a gentlo disposition
and a warm and affectlonato heart; a meek and humble
ChristUu who attested tho reality of her faith by along
life spent lu tho practice of o\cry Christian virtue, aud
by u calm and pcacelul death.
On Wednesday tuornlug, 2d instant, of consumption,
MiwBALLIE 0. LANE,youngest daughters tho late
Capt.AloX.H Lane.
The relatives and friends of the family are respectful
ly Invited to attend tho funeral, without further notico,
from her late rosldouee, No 803 Routh Ninth street, on
this (Friday) afternoon, 4th instant, at 3 o’clock. To
proceed to Monument Cometerr.
Ou the 2d iustant, MARY FRANCIS WATTSON,
daughter of Josbna and tho late Mary Wattson, In tho
17tb year of her ago.
The relatives and friends are respectfully invited to
attend the funeral, from thu residence of Mr. Jos. Knox,
No. 745 South Third street, below Muuroe, on Friday
afternoon, at 4 o’clock, without further notico.
03* Notice to Consignees,—The ahlp “Stal
wart,” Captain Luena, from Liverpool, is nowroadrto
discharge at Bhippen street wharf. Consignees will
please send their permits ou board. All goods not per
mitted in five days will bo sent to public storo.
THOMAS RICHARDSON & CO.
NEW FALL CLOAKS.—Just received at
th* Boris Hautilla aud Cloak Emporium, to which
the attention of Ladle® and strangers visiting tho city,
Is respectfully invited. GEO. BULI'JN & Co.,
_ 708 Chestnut stroet.
NEW FALL CLOAKS. atWholcaalo.—Merchauts will
find tho largest stock of those Goods, iu the greatest va
riety of materials and prices, at the Par)® Mantilla oud
Cloak Emporium.
Prices low, ahd term® liberal.
GEO. BULBIN & CO ,
S#4'ln 708 Chestnut street.
F)R SALE— The Stock and Fixtures of a
Grocery Store now doing a good business, if ap.
plied for soen, os tho owner ia going South.' No. 603
Germantown Road aboro Fifth,
NEW WAREKOOiU—
roR
BROAWLOtbs,
CASSmERBS, SATINETS fr VESTINGS
WHOLESALE AND DETAIL. ’
Wc havo added the whale of tho adjoiului storo No
454,) tp our coUbllßhmont, which hts boea fitted up
fora
MEN’S AND BOYS’ WEAR DEPARTMENT
By this arrangement we are enabled to keep much
larger assortment th'in heretofore, aud by au increase of
ealea, sell a still leas profit. Our stock comprises—
FRENCH, BELGIAN AND AMERICAN CLOTUS;
80. do. do. CASSIMKIMSS;
OVERCOATING IN* ALL DESIRABLE STYLES;
FANCY AND PLAIN SATINETS;
80. do. KENTUCKY JEANS;
CASHMERE VESTINGS,
VELVET do.
SILK do.
SUPER SATINS;
TRIMMINGS, Ac., Ac.
Constant attontion to Auctlou Sal** Jo New York and
:ftU city, enables u» to purchase at the very lowest
uiut‘4, >*l ( |c]| adyiU)tBgo to aro disposed do share with
the Tatlor, Clothing hlan»fa‘tuter or Consunm,
OUIIWKN STOIiuART & UKOTUKR,
450, 452 and 464 North SECOND St,
ihord Willoir, Philadelphia.
iN TOE ORPHANS’ COURT FOR THE
CITY AND COUNTY OY PHILADELPHIA,
In tho matter of the Estate of Jmuea McUarrity, de
ceased.
An Appraisement, under the Yjftli section of the Act
of 14th of April, 1851, having been filod in this matter,
uotio© U hereby given, that Mary \u u McGarrlty, widow
of tha said James McGarj-ity, claim* to retain the per
sonal property referred to theroin, to the valuo of threo
hundred dollars; aud that she will apply to tho Orphans’
Court for approval of the said appraisement, on FRIDAY,
the Eighteenth of September, 1557, at 10 o’clock,
A. M., sec. rog. ALFRED 0 TOWE,
bo4-4 8 11 & 15* Attorney for Widow.
For SAIjK'—A flrst-ftos Dwelling nml
Lot of Ground, on W4 9 IUNOTQN Bi ro °t east of
SEVENTEENTH Btrei't, FHtoonth Ward. Lot 20 feet
0 inches hy 95 foot. House threo stories, double three
story back hack building, and contains every modern
convenience. Immediate possession. Will ho sold
very low, and hut $lOOO cash Required, or will bo ex
changed for Pity loan, or good stock. Apply to
It. 0 WIQMDSGN 4 Q- Vf. PQMHjm
*e4.St* CopyeyaaooN, 633 ARCH Street,
Refined sugar and syrup.—
O. DONOGIIUE, 15 South WATER Street, offers
for sale 8,000 harrols of various grades, at greatly re
duced cash prices. ss4-3t#
Amusements,
WfALNUT STREET THEATRE.— Los-
M sco, Mr E A. Marshall! ; Stage Manager, Mr*
John Sefton. Trices —Dress Girclo and 5O
couts; Upper Circle, 25 coats; Private Box and Orchestra
goats, 75 cents. Box Office open from 9 o’clock A. M.
to 3 P. M. Door* opon at 7 o'clock; performance to com
mence at 7X.
OPENING NIGHT,
This establishment has boen Newly Decorated and
Painted, tho Lobbies New Carpeted. Papered and Em
bellished, and tho Boxes re-Uttud and Cushioned.
MR. AND MRS. JOHN SLOAN*.
On SATURDAY, Sept. 6th, will bo aotod Morton’s
domestic Piar of
ALL THAT GLITTERS IS NOT GOLD.
Stephou Plum Mr. Daly
Jasper Plum ..... ...Mr. A’Docket
Slartha Gibbs.... M’llo PonUi
Lady Leathorbriilgo Mrs. Silabw
To conclude with tho Laughablo Farce entitled
dob nettles.
Mods Toarblllou.. Mr. John Sefton
Dob Nettles Mrs. John Sloan
W addilove Mr. John Stoau
WHEATLEY’ 8 ARCH ST. THEATRE.
f f —Sole Louie® W. WHEATLEY.
SoiLR of Priob3.—Orchestra Stalls, 50 cents; Dross
Circle (no extra charge for Secured Scats), 50 cents;
Family Circle and Amphitheatre, 2o cents; Seats in Fri
villa Uoxes. 75 cents ; Whole Private Box, $3; Gallery,
13 cents; Gallery for Colored Persons, 25 cents; Pri
vate Box in Gallery for Colored Persons, 33 cents.
Box Qfllce open from 10 A. 11. until 3 P. M.
J M. B WIIITTON Treasurer.
THIS (Friday) EVENING, Sopt. 4th, will ho present
ed the Tragedy of
JANE SHORE.
Mrs E. L. Davenport
Mrs. D. P. Bower*
J&ue Shore,
Alicl \
Lord Hasting* Mr. Win. Wheatley
Duko of Oloator. Mr. Dolman
To conclude with the Cwnic Drama of
TIIK TOODLR3.
Mr. Toodlea Mr. J s 8, Clarke
Mrs Toodlra Mr*. Thayer
National theatre, walnut st„
above Eighth.
Admission Seat* In Private llox, $1; Orchestra
Chairs, 75 cents; Dross Circle and Parquet, 50 cents;
Familly Circle, 25 ccuta. Door* open at 7. To commence
at o’clock.
Box Office open from 10 to 4 o’clock, when *eata can
be aocured.
Stage Manager Mr. If. Watkins
THIS (Friday) EVENING, Sept. 4, will be played
the Comedy iu firo acts of
THE RIVALS.
Boh Acres Mr. Barton
To conclude with the Capital Farce of
THAT BLESSED BABY.
John Thomas ..Mr. Barton
miIOMKUF” 5 VARIETIES, N^wTcm.
X FIFTH nnd CHESTNUT Streets, entrance on
Chestnut.
MUSICAL and TERPSICHORRAN MKLANGH
EVERY EVENING THIS WEEK,
interspersed with the almost miraculous performance of
SIGNOR FELIX ROCHE/*.
throwing real daggers AGAINST A LIVING MAN, and
playing a SOLO on the FLUTB, when Standing upon a
Pyramid of Wine Decanters.
’Commencing at half-past 7. Admission 10 cents.
eep‘J-it*
WALNUT STREET THEATRE.—Mr.
and Mrs. HERMANN YKZIK, from tho princi
pal English Theatres, will make their first appearance
in America, at the above Thoatro, on Monday evening
next, September Bth. sel-st*
CSANFORD* OPERA HOUSE—
ELEVENTH Street, above Chestnut.
Poors open at 7j< o’clock—to commence at 8.
Admittance 25 cents.
GLORIOUS SUCCESS.
SECOND WEEK of tho great burlesque on the
Opera of
LA TIUYUTA
Written expressly for this establishment by John liar
rlngton, Eaq.
The Maunjer respectfully announces that In conse
quence of the iimticme excitement produced by the
performance of the above burlesque, it wiU be repeated
MONDAY Evening, August 31st, and evory owning this
work. Previous to the pieeo
ETHIOPIAN MINSTRELSY
BY SANFORD’S OPERA TROUPE,
£egal Notices.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OR THE
AND COUNTV OP PHILADKI I'UIA.
NICK, ot al., rj. THE FRANKFOHD 0 i'.UALL. L.
V J. fir. No. 47«.
PETER CASTER rs.SVME. L. F J. 7. No. 942.
ADEL REED rs.SAM Y. h.Y.S 57. No. 724.
The Auditor appointed by tho Court to make distri
bution of tho fund arising from thu snlo of tho follow,
ing dcacrilieil Real Eitato fold bv the Sheriff under tho
above writs ou Monday, July 6th, 1857, will moat fur tha
purpose* of hla appointment on Thursday, September
lOtl), ISAT. at 4 o'clock I*. M. at tha Wwtliarill Hon**,
George streot, above i>iXtli, when and whin ,* ail persons
having claims tiro requested to prefer them before said
Auditor, or they will otherwise bo debarred from com.
lug in on said lund,
All that certain lot or piece of ground sitnsto <m tho
unuth-casterly aide of Maino street, in tho borough of
Fraukford, in tho county «>r Philadelphia. Bow in tho city
of Philadelphia, at thediatnneo of 278 feet north-easterly
from the north-east *ido of Green atreut, containing In
front ou said Main street 60 feet, and in length or depth
south-easterly, botweon parallel lines at right angles
with fnul Main street, 200 foot, to a 35 feet wide street
contemplated to l>e opened called Thomas stroet. Boun
ded south-westward and north-eastward by other ground
belougiDgto tho estate of thosanl Isaac Whitelock, do
ccaiivd, south-eastward by said contemplated street, and
north-westward by Main streot atoresaid. Being th»
samo premises which tho said Biieaboth Whitelock, Mary
Whitelock and Ellen 1,. Whitelock, Executrixes of the
last Will and Testament of Isaac Whitelock, deceased,
hidonturo bearing even dutu with tho said mortgage,
and executed immediately before said mortgage, for tho
consideration theroiu uamod, part of which is intended
to bo secured by said mortgage, granted and conveyed
unto the said *> TUo Fraukford Odd Fellow*’ Hall Asso
ciation,” their successors or assigns, in fro. Together
with tho freo use and privilego of tho said contemplated
street, 35 feet wide, when opened so far as the samo ia
laid upon lauds of the Kstato of tho said Isaac White
lock, deceased. DAVID WEBSTER, Auditor.
au3l-niivAfsfc
IN THE ORPHANS’ COURT OF MONT
GOMERY county, August ]Bth, 1557. Notice Is
hereby bltou, to all persona interested io the estate of
Mary Alderfer, late of the township of Lower Sallord, in
said county of Montgomery, deceased, that Abraham,
John, and Benjamin Aldet Tor have applied to said Court,
by petition, praying for a decree for tho sale of the real
estate of said Mary Alderfer, deceased. Tho said Court
have flxod WEDNESDAY, the 30th day of September,
1857, at 10 o’clock A. M., at tho Court House, iu Ncirria
imui, for all parties interested to appoar and show cause,
if any they ha?©, why the prayer of said petitioners
should not be granted.* Byorderof the Court.
J. B. DAVIS, Clerk of the Orphans’ Court.
au2o-diw
ociUicmcu 1 s fnrnisljiiig <S?ooi>s,
WINCHESTER & SCOTT, GENTLE
MEN’S FURNISHING STORE, and PATENT
SHOULDER SEAM SHIRT MANUFACTORY, No. 700
CIIKSTNUT Street, above Seventh street, Philadelphia
The attention of Southern and Western Merchants, aud
Strangers, is particularly invited to this improved cut of
Shirt*, tho most perfect fitting article mode. At whole
sale and retail, aud made to order. aus-lyif
hilts, ffinps, &t,
WF. WARBURTON, FASHIONABLE
• HATTER, No. 430 CHESTNUT Streot, below
Fifth, Philadelphia. nu4-im rp
SULLENDEH & PASCAL,
UATTBRB,
•ul-flul No. 8 8. SIXTH .tree!, Philadelphia.
for Sale nub to £ct.
T"b"LET^
STAR HOTEL, ITariuony Court. ao3-3l#
For sale—two large eagles,
and three Watches, for Signs, at 207 Carter street.
U 11. TRYDAY,
Architectural and Ornamental Carver.
nti 31-mtvAf 3t*
For sale—a hakd-vaue sign,
1 Padlock, 0 feet high; I Padlock, 22 inches high;
lAmil Hroadaxe, Hammer, and Saws, at 207 Carter
street. G. IT. TRYDAY,
Atchlteclur&l aud Ornamental Carver.
au3l-mwA.f3t*
TO BUILDERS.—FOR SALE, Carved
Front Door Bracket and Mouldiugs, at 207 CAR
TER Btreet. GEO. 11. TRYDAY.
Architectural and Ornamental Carver.
auffl-tmvfOt*
JE. & B. SCHELL’S
• CITY MARBLE WORKS AND STEAM MANTEL
FACTORY.
MARBLE HALL,
S. E. CORNER OF TENTH AND VINE STREETS,
PHILADELPHIA.
Whore every variety of M VRBLE MANTELS, TOMBS,
MONUMENTS, TABLE TOPS and FLOORING, can bo
supplied upon reasonable terms au24*tuf3uj
dftqnn or $&oo book bindery for
tn»o\_JU SALE—Soren years established, doing a
fair Job busim-rfs, which can bo Increased, both blank
and printed jobs Location, 535 Arch streot, below
Sixth. Blank books at cost, jobs bound to order,
aug IQ-5w
TO BE LET —THE HANDSOME THREE
Story Brick Dwelling, No. 8 I'OBTICO SQUAItE,
ai’RUOK etroet, above Ninth, south elde.
Apply to S. .V W. WELSH,
Ou2o--wa No. 218 Bouth Delaware Avenue.
PRIVATE RESIDENCE IN GLOUCES
TER, N. J., FOR BALE, handsomely located aud
bhailed—Lot, 75 feet by 140. Price, $3,000. Also, Lota
suitabto for manufactories, fronting tho river. Apply
to O. ROBB, No. 311 South Fifth street. au26-lm*
David m. hogan, blank book
Manufacturer, Stationer and Printer, No. 418
WALNUT stroet, botvfoonFourth and Fifth, Philadel
phia, ao3-lm
Thomas e. baxteii.—hardware,
011TL3SRY AND TOOLS, No. 910 MARKET ST.,
AtrOTO Nfat)i, fJUtlt *M», fSU«i(elfht«, (til-Os)
(fembtimtee for (Office.
Foe assembly—
JOSHUA T. OWEN,
Twenty-second Ward—Sixteenth District,
Subject to Democratic rules. *e4-3t*
EhTr assembly— : l ~
**• WILLIAM J. ASHE.
eBVBMTBEXTU W.IBD, I3TH DISTRICT.
_ Subject to DtmotratU Rules, sel-lw#
IpOR ASSEMBLY—
X JOHN M. WELLS,
n-i- Hi.trict-S.coud W»rd.
UJ aunj.ct to Domocfattc Holes. au 23-10t*
pKOTHONOTARY OF THE DISTRICT
Of TbXi wirt.
Subject to tho rule of tb. Democratic party. »ul-tf
■jpOE AMEmBLV— JOSEPH J. KEEFK.
U T-®'? 0 " 1 LegUlatlTO DUtcict, BCCOU4 Wut
»uMt44° th * “ ec "“ ,!1 of 11,9 iX-u-cntt. Convention.
For recorder of deeds. t. b.
TOWN, Vouith Want. Subject to Democratic
rules. au2Q-4ta%
For clerk of quarter sessions
—WILUAXI BAFFIN, First Ward. Subject to
Democratic Rules. au 20-tsep 8*
OECOKDER OF DEEDS—ALBERT D.
XX BOILCAU, Sixteenth Ward. Bubject to Demo
cratic Rules, aug]B-dtsep3*
For protiionotary of the dis
trict COURT, WM. M. REILLY, of First Ward.
Subject to Democratic Rules.
For assembly—John h. brady,
Eighth War I—Seventh Legislative District. Sub
ject to Domocratic rules. anlfi-tsepS#
PKOTHONOTARY OF THE DISTRICT
COURT.—WM. LOUGHLIN, Second Ward. Sub
ject to Democratic rales. auls-Sep7*
FOR ASSEMBLY—EDWIN SMITH,
NINTH DISTRICT, TWELFTH WARD. Subject
tQ Democratic Rules. au!4#
FOR ASSEMBLY—Secoud District, PER
RAN J COOK, Second Ward. Subject U> Democratic
Rules. *ul2-tC*
C'lLEinroF QUARTER SESSIONS—
J JOSEPH CROCKKTT, Sixteenth Ward. Subject
to Dqmoeratic Rales. a u 12-4w*
FOR RECORDER OP DEEDS—THOS.
J. HEMPHILL, Tenth ward, Vina street, above
Eighth. Subject to Democratic rules. aulO-lra*
POR ASSEMBLY—THIRD DISTRICT—
FRANKLIN MciLYAIN, Subject to Democratic
rules. auS-dtspS
For coroner—dr. feodore mier-
SON, Fifth Ward. Subject to Democratic Rales.
auB-lm*
For puothonotahy of the dis
trict COURT, LEWIS T. MEABS, of Twelf A
Ward. Subjoct to Democratic Rules. aug-lm*
PKOTHONOTARY OF THE DISTRICT
COURT, GEORGE F. MKESEK, Twenty-second
Ward Subject to Democratic Rules. au 4-tSeB
I}lOR RECORDER OF DEEDS—R. R.
. YOUNG, Seventh Ward. Subject to Democratic
Rules an4-lm*
FOR CORONER—N. C. REID, M. D.
Subject to Democratic Rales. au4lm*
OR ASSEMBLY—FIRST DISTRICT.—
JOSEPH H. DONNELLY, First Ward. Subject
to decision of the Democratic Convention. aul-sw*
I7IOR ASSEMBLY”—THIRD DISTRICT.—
1 DAVID R. McLEAN, Fourth .Ward. Subject to
Democratic Rules. aul-tse&*
FOR RECORDER OF DEEDS—
-OHARLE3 M. MILLER,
Fourteenth Ward,
Subject to Democratic Rules, on aul t seB
For recorder of deeds—george
W. WUNDKR, Thirteenth Ward. Subject to De
mocratic Rules. &ul-sw*
1710 R RECORDER OF DEEDS-N. F.
WOOD, Thirteenth ward. Subject t© Democrat!,
mice. au3-te*
C' 'LERK. OF QUARTER SESSIONS.--
GEORGE SIMPSON, THIRTEENTH WARD.-
Bubject to Democratic Rules. anltsepB
(EdncfUionrti.
MISS BOaVNEY and miss dillaye
will RE.OPFN their BOARDING AND DAY
SCHOOL at 1615 CUUSTNUT Street, ouMONDAY, Sep
tember 14th.
REFERENCES
Revs. 11. A. Boardman, D. D , Philadelphia; David
Malic, do; C. Wadsworth, D. D., do; M. G. Clark, do;
J. Newton Brown, P, D., do; Wm. D. Jacobs, do; Win
lUackuood; D. D., do; A. Converse, D. D., do; John
Lejburn, D. D., do, James n. Cuthbert, do; Wm. T.
Brantley. D. D . do; E. fl. Cheney, do; William Brad
ford, New York city, A D. Gillette, D D., do; R. Bab
cock, D. D , do; K. Fuller. D D.. Baltimore; George W.
Eaton, B D . Hamilton, Now York; G. Kompton, North
East, Non* York; Thomas Rambaut, Casstille, Georgia;
Howard Mnlcotn, D D.. Lcwisburg. Pennsylvania; John
8. Hart, I*l*. D., Philadelphia; Paul T. Joues, E.«q , do;
Col. A. l». Waterman. Jo; Caspar Morris, M. D., do;
Robert A. Erell, Esq , Marshall, Texas; John B. Sem
ple, K*q , Pittsburgh. Pennsylvania; James Edmunds,
K-iq , do. do; George W. Jackson. Esq , do. do; JnhnH.
Raymond, LL. D , Brooklyn, New York; Mayson Bray
son, Esq., Chicago; Hon. George W. Bradford. Homer,
New York; Stephen D. Dilla/e, Esq., New York city;
lion. Daniel 8. Dickinson, Binghamton, New York.
scp4-1m
The west Philadelphia insti
tute FOR YOUNG LADIEB—WALNUT Street,
south bide, between William and Till streets.
This excellent Seminary will open, as usual, on the
Ist September. It is delightfully Incited In a situation
which combines the advantages of country air and ex
ercise with proximity to the city. The health, moral
and personal comfort of the boarding pupils are the
special care of tho indefatigabio principals, Mr. and
Mr*. RffßP, why devote e» err effort lo render the Inrti
tuts a home as well as a school, both for boanlcrx and
day pupils. The terms are moderate, considering the
many advantage* offered, being only per annum for
boarding pupils. Tho system of instruction embraces
tho whole scope* of mental training, and tho best mas
ters hare charge of the various departments of lan
gu*s?B' music,drawing, painting, Ac ; tho object being
to furnish a really impiud education to the pupil from the
commencement to the completion of all studies to which
tlu» feonle mind can ayply itself. For further particu
lars apply to tho principals, Mr. and Mrs. Rsid, at the
abuvo address.
Wc cordially recommend tho above Institute to all pa
rent* desirous of prov lJinga really sonn<l and good edu
cation for their daughter*. Sirs, itsco has hod upwards
of seventeen years’ experience,andbersystemof tuition'
has been eminently and uniformly successful in forming
accomplished pupils.
JodHpii K*r\\* West Philadelphia.
Rcrca Bicksfi l. M. D., “
A, Oonybhsr, D. D , Philadelphia.
Henry W. Woods. West Philadelphia.
E. D. Sirsi»Eß3, Professor Saunders’ Institute, W. p.
I most heartily coucur in tho above recommendation,
and think any parent highly favored to bare a daaghter
under Mrs. Ilzxo’e training and instruction.
CHS. D. CLEVELAND,
ppf3 3t 903 Clinton street.
fißl'n’ENDEaN’* PHILADELPHIA COM
MKUCIAL COLLEGE. S. E. corner of SEVENTH
and CHESTNUT Streets. Second and Third Stories.
BOOK-KEEPING, PENMANSHIP, ©wyitjlu.
COMMERCIAL LAWS AND FORMS.
COMMERCIAL CALCULATIONS.
LECTURES, Ac.
Each Student has Individual instruction from eonipe
tout and attentive} Teachers, under the Immediate
supervision of tho Principal.
One of tho Best Penmen in the Country has charge of
the Writiug Department.
Please cull and sec Specimens and get a Caialoguo of
Terms, Ac. se3 Ira
HEMAN ALLEN, A. M-, is prepared to
receive a limited number of pupils on the Violin,
or ou tho Piano, and to play Violiu parts or accompaui
ments with advanced pianlsU Apply at tho residence
of hi« father. Professor ALLEN, N0.*215 South Seven
tcuiith Street. Circulars, with terms and references,
at G. ANDRE ,V Co 'a, No. 1104 Chestuut St. sel-lm*
ST. MARK* EPISCOPAL ACADEMY—
LOCUST Stroet, wort of SIXTEEN ill, will be
opened on MONDAY. September 7th, at 9 A M.
The Principal will bo in attendance at the Academr
dvrring the first week iu September, between 9 A. M and
2P. M ,to receive applications for admission. Circu
lars may be had of Mr. HILL, Sextou of St. Mark's
Church, or at tho Academv.
au29-2w* J. ANDREWS HARRIS, Principal
CJCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES,SOUTU
►3 WEST CORNEItOF ARCH AND TENTH STREETS
The pupils in thii Imtilution will be inatructed lu all
the branches of a thorough English Education, and every
facility for the acquirement of kuoirledge provided for
them.
Tho discipline will be a careful pointing onward and
upward.
The ichoo\-year Is divided into two terms, of flva
months each, commencing first of Ninth 3lonth (Sep
tember,) and first of Second slonth (February.)
TERMS
F»r*t Department, per term of five wonthi $25.00
Socoud “ 20 00
Third “ “ 35 00
Fuel, &e M per term 100
Philadelphia, 1857,
REFERENCES
Thomas Ivlmber,
Saroael Ut'tlJe, Jr.,
Mariusulako C. Cop#,
William bettla,
Thomas Wistar,
Anthony P Morrii,
Joshua 11. Morris,
Uriah Hunt,
au2S-]m.
FOB YOUNG
►3 L\DIKS, (boarding and day pupils ) N W corner
ELEVENTH aud (JRLKX btn-wt*. Pifth ecarion will
open on September Till. r.*L.reaco jjivtn, in*
eluding all present and former patron* auvTO-tf
SPRING GARDEN ACADEMY FOR
YOUNG MEN \Sl> liOYd, N K. corner EIGHTH
and lIUTTON WOOD stieeta. Piofes'orn of the highest
qualifications employed. Catalogue* containing full
particulars, pupil*’ names, tostuuoniais, Ac, cau bo
hail oil application.
ntfiW F. PONLEAVY LONG, Principal
Hall of st, james the less,
PHILADELPHIA.
A FAMILY BOARDING SCHOOL FOR BOYS.
Her. 11. 11. Sjitbr.K, Rectum.
Tho Annual Session will legiu on TUESDAY, Sep.
teinborl.
Circulars may bo obtained at tho Book Store of H
HOOKER, S W. corner EIGHTH and CHESTNUT, or
of the Rector, Post Office. Kalla of Schuylkill, Phila
delphia aul?-6m
MRS. BARTON* 2 * "BOARDING AND
DAY SCHOOL rOR YOUNG LADIES, No.
CHESTNUT St , below Twentieth, will re-open on the
SECOND MONDAY in September. aul9-fit>*
TVOTIIING SO NEEDFUL TO ENABLE
J. i persons, malt# and female, to gain a share ol this
world's goods mid comforts n* a
BUSINESS EDUCATION
LEIDY BROTHERS’ BUSINESS ACADEMY.
Nos. 148 and 150 SIXTH Street near RACE,
will re-open on MONDAY. SEPTEMBER Ist, for fall
and winter Studies, embracing a knowledge of
WRITING, BOOK-KEEPING AND ARITHMETIC
bv simplified methods, in a short time.
‘THE LEIDY’S taku pleasure iu saying, that during
the past vear a larw’o number of persons acquired a
BUSINESS EDUCATION, enabling many to secure pro.
Stable situations, and others to prosecute their business
operations *ucei“*«fuD/- au22-3m.
Dancing academy.—naylor &
DAUGHTER’S DANCING ACADEMY. TENTH
and SOUTH street?, commencing TUESDAY, September
1,1857 Tho subscribers, in offering this prospectus to
the dancing community, ropcctfully acknowledge their
kindness during past season*, and pledge theinsolres
that nothing shall bo wasting on their part to make the
coming season surpass in brilliancy that of former
years.
Mr. N. and Daughter bavo. with untiring exertions,
added to their already full list of fashionable dances,
wauy new oues, which will bo introduced during the
season.
DAYS OF TUITION.
For Children—Tuesday and Saturday Afternoons from
3 to 5 o’clock ; for Ladies and Gentlemen—Tuesday and
Saturday Evenings from 7 till 10 o’clock. au 97-3 m
HS. TAKR ,S MANUFACTORY OF
e CARVED AND ORNAMENTAL MARBLE
WORK, GREEN Street, above SEVENTH, Philadel-
aug2P-lw
Glenwood cemetery office, no.
249 TfAWfW &<i Mew FIFTH, »u Utf
Lewis b. coffin.—
THIRD WARD HO M EM°CRX tic HEAD
South-east comer FIFTH and GUEEN Streets,
*ep3 lmo Philadelphia.
MERCHANTS’ HOTEL,
KOBTH rOOBTH STREET,
Abo.i M*ur,
PHI LA DELPHI A
»uli-tf McKIBBEN A BOSS. PtOntlOTl.
CLINTON PLACE HOTEL, BROAD
WAY. comer of EIGHTH, street, Hew York.
THIS ELEGANT MODERN ESTABLISHMENT If
now open for the reception of guests, In the European
style.
SINGLE ROOMS from 60 cents to $1 per da/. SUITS
of ROOMS for Families, from S 3 50 to £lO per da/. Tbs
MEALS served at all hours by the CARD, at moderate
rates.
0. J. MACL2LLAN /“ bo; and ftTorablf known to
the patrons of Jones’ and the United State* Hotel.
Philadelphia,”) is associated in the management, im
has especial charge of the Catering Department. Beery
attention has been paid to make the organisation per
fect, and oar friends, patrons, and the travelling jrabiio
in general, rosy rest assurred that no effort shall he
wasting to make the CLINTON worthy the favor which
wo hereby respectfully solicit.
aas-lin*
CJCOTT HOUSE—Comer of l.win Streel
»nit Duqot.o, W»J, Pittabu-gfc. B. D. MiHKfc'R,
Proprietor. »bIS-3hi
aulT-dUeS*
pORT WINE.—In bond and entitled to de-
JL bentore 230 euki St. Jo»ph'. Pen Join, Port
nice, iq qrs. and eighth*.
Ten puueheons John Ramsay IsUr Malt Scotch Whis
key, 2 year* old 4
Fifty pipe* Anchor Ola.
Mirett, ilirtel, Bouvet, and J. J Dupuy Breadita, all
or which I offer to the trade at reduced price*
M JOS. F. TOBIAS,
au27*3mo* gg and 60 S. Froot 3t., below Walnut
EP. MIDDLETON & BRO., XAfPOKT
• ERS of BRANDIES, WINES. Ac ; *uo.
and sole proprietors of the old WHEAT WUISiIKY.
No. 6 North FRONT street aodMm
A LEXANDEK V. HOLMES, WINE AND
Xl. LIQUOR STORE. No. 229, South** t Comer of
GEORGE and SOUTH Streets. *al-lr
Cl. LE V7IS, IMPORTER AND DEALER
• IN FINK WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS, fce.,Tfi
Sooth FIFTH Street, Philadelphia. anl-ly
BRANDIES.— Ptoet, Cast Mon & Co., fiU-
TtUkCe., and other brand* of Cognate of venous
vintages,in half pipes and quarter casks; Pellevoiain
Rochelle Brandies, pale end dark, in halfpipes, quarter
casks and out-eighth casks, all Is Custom House (ton*,
imported and for sale by
. HENRY fiOHLEN & CO.,
»u 9 Nos. 221 and 20 South Fourth street
DITHMAR & BUTZ, POKTEH, ALE
AND LAO EH BRER BREWERY, No fc» in..
No. 933) Norti THIRD Str».t, Pbilodelobli.—ahiooinß
order, prompllj attended to, *ul lf
Sales Sturlion.
VSTOLBERT & SCOTtTmJCTIONEBBS.
FT 491 CHESTNUT Street, opposite the Custom
House, between Fourth and Fifth Streets
POSITIVE SALE OF A HIGHLY VALUABLE COL
LECTION OF EUROPEAN OIL PAINTINGS, about
Two Hundred and Fifty in number, on MONDAY MORN.
ING, SEPT. 7th, at 11 o’clock, at the Auction, 431
CHESTNUT ST. We will sell one of the finest Collec
tions of Modem European Pictures ever offered in this
City, including choice and beautiful Landscapes,Marine
and Coast Views, Figure pieces, Interiors, and a great
variety or elegant and interesting subjects*, all finUfced
in the finest style, being mostly originals by celebrated
artists In the Collection wIU also be found a number
of exceedingly correct Copies, after the Old Masters,
taken from the originals withexquisite care and beasty.
All the Pictures hare been framed in rich gold gilt
Frames, made Expressly to suit each picture, ami ail
being in perfect order, are fit ornaments with which to
a lorn the parlor, gallery, or drawing room. The whole
of this Superior Collection will be open for
all day oa YRIDAY and SATURDAY preceding the Sale,
and in the Evening until 10 o’clock, whan the Ladies
and Gentlemen are invited to examine them with Cata
logues prior to the time of Sale.
Parties from a distance can have their pictures peeked
on the spot so as to be sent with perfect ra/eir
PEREMPTORY SALK OF EMBROIDERIES. SHAWLS
AND MILLINERY GOODS. BY CATALOGUE ON
A LIBERAL CREDIT.
WEDNESDAY NEXT,
Commencing at 10 o’clock precisely, we will sell,
without reserve, a large and valuable assortment of
French and Scotch Embroideries, thawl* && Milliner j
goods of redent importation, suited to present sale*; in
cluded will be found Cambric. Jaconet, Book and Swiss
Collars, Cambric and Jaconet Flouncing* aad
Gauntlet Sleeves, Chemesittes aad Habits, Cambric*
Book, Jaconet and Swiss Sets, Ladle# and Gents’ lanes
Cambric Handkerchiefs
BONNET AND TRIMMING RIBBON.
Also, Silk Velvet and Poult de Sole Bonnet Ribbons
BiIAWLS.
Also, Paris printed Cashmere long and square Shawls,
Brocbe 1-ng Shawls, plaii wool long Shawls.
Also. Ladies patent woven Corsets, hooped Skirts.
Also, Thread, Laces, Inserting* And juris**. Nets,
silk Blonde*.
Also,. 100 carton* French latest style*.
The whole will be arranged for examination with Cata
logues, early on the morning of sale, when the trade aad
purchasers generally will And it to their interest tc at
tend.
Moses nathans, auctioneer
AND COMMISSION MRROSAKY. g R m,
SIXTH and RACK Streets.
BALB OF SECOND-HAND FURNITURE,
At the S. £. comer of SIXTH and RACE Street*.
THIS (FRIDAY) MORNING, Sept.4th,
At 10 o’clock, eooaUUag in part of—Jessy Lind, high
pest, Cottage, aad other bedsteads; dressing bureaus,
vuhiUuii, feather beds, mattresses, carpets, spring
seat sofas, marble top sideboards, boqust tables, elegant
spring east parlor theirs, card tables, centra tebtn
Windsor chairs and settees, cherry tables, leapt. Ac.
Ac., together with a quantity of seperior second-hand
furniture, plush divan parlor tablet, stuffed xitt* h
chairs, bedsteads. Ae.
Dealers, housekeepers, and others, will And it to their
advantage to atteud the «aU
GILT FRAME MIRRORS.
Tn addition to the sole of Furoitar* on TRZ3
(Friday) MORNING, at IQ o’clock, at the E. E control
SlXTUand RACE itiwU. will b# told several hand
some oval French Plat* Mi ror* in rich c ilt 010
circular top square French Plate Mirror in riti gilt
frame, with handsome bracket; several gilt-mart fo*cy
top Mirror*. together with walnat and mahogany frame
Looking Giaascs, Ac.
NATUA.N d great sold of FORFEITED GOOD 3 will
take place in a lew days. Du*» notice will be given.
WKUIDS great sale of forfeited Watches, Jewelry,
Gnus, Pistole, Mua cal Instruments, dee., will take place
shortly Due notice will be given
WEBB’S great sale of D.-yOwds, Clothing, Bcdiin*-
Ac , beiug forfeited ctjlUn.ralj, will take plac. ahcrtjv
Due notice frill be giv.ui
\ollx BAYLI6, AUCIiOAEEh—I2-.
v ARCH Street, between Third aud e'osrth Streets
SALES EVERY iViMNU. st 7 o dotk,
Of Boots, Shoes, Hardware, Cutlery, Watches, Jew
elry, Hosiery, Whip#, Trunks, Fancy Goode, Notion*.
Ac., 4c
N. B —Terms of Night Sale#, four months* credit fc*
approved city acceptances, for sunu of #lOO end with in
terest added from date of sole. aepl-lm
G FORGE W. SMITH, AUCTIONEER,
N. S. comer of BARRON and SOUTH Street,
above Second.
EVENING SALES.
SALES EVER* OAiUtU-A* EVENING,
At o'clock, at the Auction Store, of Bard ware. CufJ
lerj, Housekeeping Articlee, Clothing, Watches, Jewel
ry. Fancy Articles, Ac.
CAMUEL NATHANS, AUCTIONEER.
L 5. El MONEY LOAN OMICS, No. U 1 South
THIRD Street, below Walnut, opposite Peer it., only
eizht doom below the Exchange.
Hours of basinets from T o’clock, A. M.« until 10
o’clock iu the evening.
Out-door sales, and sales at the Auction House, at
tended upon the most satisfactory terms.
CAPITAL #200,000.
Establiskui/oT last Thirty Years.
Advances made from one dollar to thousands oo Die
monds, Silver Plate, Watches, Jewelry, Hardware, Met
chandite, Clothing, Furniture, Bedding, Cigar*. Musical
Instruments, Guns, Horses, Carriage*, and Goods of
every description.
All goods con remain any length of tbs* ofi**d
upon.
All advances, from on* hundred dollar* and upwards
will be charged 2 per cent, per month: #6OO and ovar
the lowest market rate. 1
This Store House hiving * depth of 120 feet, hoi larva
fire and thief-proof vault* to store all valuable*, and pri
vate watchmen for the premises; also, a heavy insu
rauce effected for th* benefit of oil persons having roods
advanced upon.
N. B.—Oa account of having an unlimited capital,
this office is prepared to mahe advance* on mere satis
factory and aeMniimfldi|n)y terms Uiu ray other is
thi* city.
Money advanced to the poor. In amounts, with
out any charge.
„ AT PRIVATE SALE.
Gold Patent Laver and other Watches. Jewelry, and
Clothing will be sold at reduced price*. aul-ly
HARRIETT BROWN
Revised edition of lyman’s
HISTORICAL CHART AND QUESTION BOOK—
Containing la a most attractive form the prominent
eyPi* „ 0 X the CIVIL, RELIGIOUS, and LITERARY
lIIbTOBY of tbs WORLD. It will be found one of tho
most compute methods of imparting Historical informa
tion. By its use in families, the reading of any work on
History will be rendered much more interesting and
profitable, and to Teacher* one of the most invaluable
aids Retail price #1 50. Just published by
MOSS. BROTHER.* CO.,
(N«w) No. 16 South FOURTH St.
Copies aent free of postage on receipt of price. se3^>t
J. D. White, M. D ,
Benj. S. isune-jr, M. D.
Robert K. Wright,
Thomas D. Smith,
Ot-orgo Griscom,
William F. Pilfleld,
Dai )d Vender* eer,
William B. Thomas.
PILOT.—IN PRESS AND WILL
\J SOON BE PUBLISHED, the following standard
Book*, tu: lUunt'i C<iast Pilot. ISth edition: Bow
difcV* Navigator,27th edition: Shipmaster’s Assistant
9th edition. *
Wo invite attention to oar new Spring Centre Com
passes, which answer for either light or heavy weather
aud are e«pecially adapted fo? «Warner*, and vessel*
where tho motion is couaideroble. They reaair* fewer
repairs thin any compass now In ose.
Marine Open Glasses of superior quality. Spy Giattec,
Aneroid ana Mercurial Barometer*. Thermometers,
American, French and English Sextant/, Octanta, Quod
r* Azimuth Compasses. Bin&cles, Log Glasses, and
all kinds of Nautical Instruments and Books, constantly
on hand.
Also, Charts of all parts of the world from the Latest
and beat authorities
Agents for Rogers’ American Code of Signals, Derd's
Chronometer* au.l Compass**, and for Abbott’* Horo
a.t-tiT, ami an instrument for working ont problems In
Nautical Astronomy by simple inspection and with per
fect accuracy. They have received the approval ot ex
perienced t.hipmsJters, and have been adopted bv the
C. S Navy. 5. 4 G. BLUNT. ’
aulS-lm* No. 179 Water Street.
HENDEKSON & CO’» great liter
AKY FAIR, FIFTH .nd ARCH «tM*U.
Ju orucr to gratify the wishes of our numerous pa
tron*, and induce the book-buying public to fill up their
libraries at the usual low prices, we iuteud to present to
w'Ciy purchaser of books to the amount of $1 and up
wards,* Gift In value of from 25 cents to #lOO. Call at
our establishment, look at our valuable stock, and select
loryoarscltes
Recollect you are ot baying at chance, for every pur
chaser gets his books at the usual price, and very* many
will get, in addition, apresent north having. amil-Sm
EVANS’ GREAT GIFT BOOK SALE,
No. 336 CHESTNUT Street. N.B —No connec
tion with any ocher h<iu*e iu the City aoI-Xn
Girard fire and marine insur
ance COMPANY, PHILADELPHIA— Office, No.
302 WALNUT street, west of THIRD.
FIRE RISKS ONLY TAKEN.”
JXUOYOIg.
Wn M Swain,
John Anapaeh, Jr.,
n. N. liurrouglu,
J. B. flugbea,
T. D. fihermiß,
Win. P^fiaeker,
I. P-Steldar, *
U. K :
•,>% JBEII JOXKS, Proliant.
Hon. O. W/tfOODWARD, Vice Proliant.
Jnu. 8. McMolljs. Secretary.
_ Jams B.<AiTP»P. AstiaUnt Secretary. *al-3m
T|f ACGREGOR HOT-AIR FURN \CES.
1"X Sold by CHADWICK & BRO., SECOND Btr*et,
first door abova Bsca «nrl&-3mos.
'yy'ElrCOMj; RANGE.-SOLD BY CHAU,
TT WJW.* Q t K»H,MQQ!IBM. taXMU.
hotels onb Restaurants.
WIN ANT k CO.
tUincs ant* Lianors.
SALE POSITIVE,
ARTIFICIALS.
, Hacks.
Jer. W*lk*r,
Jdo. MeClur*,
Tho. Craves.
A. S. Oilfett,
Foroao Sheppard,
S&ml. Jo&m, it. D,.
JoMph KUpp, H. D.