The press. (Philadelphia [Pa.]) 1857-1880, September 05, 1857, Image 3

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dsnco eoma to*bor Jiankß show s
ill jfund^amttßelr'
-- Bhad4kfi»glfxdny..thBnlhaytßambecn faraovoral.
_ are■j*liJl;(.>tf?nzeß,t,;-#floagh,,..ao(i.,.Tei'y, high
; .tttytMqtisiWi ;fota,inww>«.-W' jtio..,»ttset,;
lihi .BMporttoOi jtoKths:
: oioellouqo'hUHo pdporiiand tho neceaaitioa ; of. tho
borroklf. l But tacS/fM {dbe'hfci tiMla^.’atHl. the
-. hope is entertained'(hat fSOhdsy.thnt passes will'
giveaddHionareMc.'hpleis’sjm'e'nneipcoteddrash'
occurs. Towards evening thorovasn.mUainorQ
. j'gSip.i.ifgiloiadteajting”
000 nr two of onrmtyk&nka, and a partial, run on
a Park Bonk was spoken' of. Thanotes of Oliver,
’s Bank of BnSiUDj'Wdd l thiv-Danby. Bank of
rafmtjrere thrown’otit to-day bribe nAmorlenn'
Erohange Binkiknil dbaindo leartibd By toloSfoiih
that tho former has'snsjjeridejl.. ITkesf tjimors.and
facts loud to keep ilptbVexoitoiijent in rom'o do-,
greo.bnt worowo surptfcat ottwasmhtift thb.tV'cst,
weshattWife^acgroat.deßl,easier,.,,,.,o4
Foreign Exchange is.vorylduUand irregular,
with Tory little variation'- from fonherqliotations.
The oash trauaao LionB ;at the ,Sub-Trearury for tho
Tofa&leipti. ;;*!l ;y, ;; v;;:;: 5109,403.75,
“ ¥aymlatfuv:;^.:-T-.;....i.V,, .5i
;i^»Unc»..Vd.r,C'«^.;.Y, .... 023,995.74
• v. j ;7, r--\iZ\\
Tbe'teceiptsM forduY
ties %Sre , f 143,000. f" iThe'ijtioßiton ajrikdnU'
meat .of a Beceiyerin the; case of, -
Thaw was* large ;pu?ino&*
Stootosßowds this morning, .at a udeplhw ifori aomei
.; stock^Jwsd^»nda_nii > yeßtardfy as you will'
, Beo ’bQlietTiM. ~i n!n6ia central
. S contY Other
siniaftr rtporta , Wo s &otk6{‘‘ l olosed henyiJv.at' Ihfil
Second stropg disposition to*a6ll. i '
The rapid, ri?a yeskrday.waß toogreafc to lt
was '.isSi predi rcted, the reaction I
wag is mflohu
more easily shaken than inspired,-and the public
* 'Win
i
llsnhefttfs-ithei nlirkit' 1 for!- Btaii ihil >Wfttorti
flour Is hcAvy at a decline of-'s*>iOd., with Bales of 4000 1
bbl*Jfet>|&.6Q®ss,GGfor eommori to• good^State■-56®-.
- 5620'fo£?ttttr* ffrf.;. 55:50ta55.G5 for common totfaood-*
Michigan,/'lndiana, lowa,.Ac,} so.7&os9.idh extra 1
Genesee,- Tahd‘-$6,40?r59.25 *far“ extra- , Xouia. ;
Southern flour> Is. heavy-And- irrerolar.l with'' sales >
of 1600 btilsi at' 50.29a50A3 v ibrT , Tnixed:vtof>good 1
Baltimore, - Alexandria,.' 5G.60a57.50.X0r. extra
do; aod>r*s7es7/90ffor -Richmond' country.'audacity:
Canadian flour hi ftboUt,sc.latfer,:with aalea.of 450 bhls;’
at $3 55®5570* f 6 gad $0 SOa5T for extra.’
Bye flodr La dull, with salesoflOO bids. Sts3 35»55 2Gf6r
good to extra grades. ''Corn ratal is doll at $4 15 as 4 20 j
iorJerioy,anas4 GOXorßmndyiriaa.
CorFEB, ifl Bteady, ai2(i in demand at ll&12c for'Blo ) .
fo# Java; •-?
markeUdsomewhatiirregular, hot the.
areragfi prices do not .vary materially from our last quo*
tations, whlth'are aS follows: ■ j.- •; • "J .> . v > ■
■ t , NBW YOflX .CtAaSIFLtUTION. -
.Upland. fldrJda.?Mobiloi:N.’)O. AToxas^
l2jg .12#....: wl2^w>
Middling... 1 . .-,n .-15# ,v,--16# - =ls# ,u ; V .
Middling fair.. >,36# 10#. 'M M...
-iil6# j;'.notn;i-, ..rnom.-i t .‘I
—The tnfket for Wheat is easier, with sales
0X10,300-tmshelalat jl^ffl.4s for S9uthern,red, and
$1 &selmB for do,white.- Cats are steady at sTd>ooofor~
State, and 61e63f0c La’stesdicr.at 80a':
99c. .g-Uf'.-jS f'CA -j •i> W: -<
ComiBln'aieioap(l'at(7sa76c.foE«>bdnnxedWe*torn.r
i. and SOaSle for Southern yellow. ;i The - sales aro 43iK)0
'i bushels. ' ‘Ag\'} r 'U r - '/.fx-ir. Lh">- f
Hat.—Sew U tailing f&eelyi at 25a50;adcordidg to';
quality. Shipping lots &£d OLTni at -60a75e, and retail at
50®90c. 'S A yj: ;-i .•.‘.•T'f ;T .> \<l
Hinas—Tho market isfexceedingly dull at former
z* i C }i.:.;{?wfs .'/}, 'i -'i .> i{. M
Irox—Scotch Pig is dnll at 529,8 mohtha, and other-,
kinds aro nominal. >. i s 'ti a
NAkaif StogßS— I Tho' accounts from England: of an',
active market for Spirits of Turpentino havo' given In*
credssd booyancyitothe iDSrkct here.rhnd salcS ore made
at46#®47o,ea&hv.OrudQdo. isnominaLat SL. Common
Eoiln It sold fttsl 03 310 lbs.: finodo. firm, at. prc-,
viouhpdoeaL':ToriaBi»adyatSi»s2.l2#fi3rNatfolkajid
Washington, for.Wilmington; ; , ■
Oils— Crude Sperm is quoted at $1.30. Crude Whale
■ isflrm-at72a23ci i ?I/Jww)edOUbi i artnat,BofflBle.,larii
Oil i> steady at 51.155r51.29. ,
$25^260^5;59f0r roes«wands3Xff*2l-40 for prime, with'
sales, of 425 with: sales of 425 bbls.
at yesterday’* and CutrMeats, are
for-amoked-Weatern.
lUrdeiodti^y^kfls#ols#.. j Batter;andOheesoun-.
changed. •-; >3 !w C ’'- J.- s’i- i-bli i .
•ect ottexpreisalyjto k^ep up the market, have had the
desired effeefe-iff AV'allgbt degreo. ;;lUw Sugars have ml'
. Cqba icay be quoted at
paid / Porto Bico9# ; Crushed 11# ; lOalO# for soft
y enfe»»diUor f}rt*hita.- >: n • ;i; r/ n t>-
A ,markptiB firmer^wthfalesof.phio
NEW YOBK;STOCK ? EXCHANGE SAXES, flept/'i'.'
,v'rßiyißfir-boabd/ -^ ( r‘ i' •
eO&fefctfiGS&ie ? 22THndson
1000 Virginia Ga ;80 , 200'Harlem It , „ 7#.
2000 MiiSo StiW!’ 1& ' -100 BeadingJt '*B3o:^4 ? i
IXOOO- j? 1 f' J 'W j
8000 -.do \ i«o^fdo/^<'"'-‘"s3/^ < '"'-‘"s3 /
1000 Cal State 7a »J 5 G 7 - -'2i>o\ l> do •, •' '•
wmms4&M
iSI^S-fdi-&SaSNSftKg;t'
. 'Sow N J Ceil 8.7» cUU 250 flo . .. 48 f,
£ |»o IfarlMlfLrt if, Ilf ltOUfacf'-"-' -< -48 -
' OIWOIU Cen.U hf 3 f 855 ' ,150 Panama It -■' v) o-85 .
■ 100*111 fti«anTssi : :> 'aMfimaoli6oaK-100-
. . wUh’t prirhrtnhS- ,' . 99
32000 Tor H £ Alton ' - 100 blei- i pitf I ft “18 '
s loßkof ;I ■Boo',r-a°-' r ' ! '.'
20March BlEk 102'- ‘ 'SO ? do , 17«
. 60BicbrCdmm6r' 09. 2 10/' do' *.' ‘ “17#
■SO do 13 ■' 'OO ‘-do. 83
- 200 Canton Oo “ ,t M l«5 C!or'4; Tol ft 'loft'
20 Padßc Hg Co 69 ?/ 300 ' do ' ! 40 V
oDcl*!nnd6nno9X‘ “200'' "do 's3o 40 i
’t do. . 100 ft 25 , do. , hOO'4I ft
165 ./do- : n,A 110'- 60 Chli ftlitad RSI “
10 Benia Cool Co 74 60 do . MOW 4
S' Ml ■'■" «20 74' , 'do' - ■;. ,'B3>('
J .'daf -"«1‘ ;25••d0 “ . - ■ • 83V
CnmtiOoalCo 1314 60 do 560 84’“
Wxrm*;;:e,iß .; - Wr-’#r-~rr.-S*v
■ 50' r do '430 74’- 1 30-'-Ido vi .. ■ --182 V,
' "' " ' ' B?,K
r ■}'- . StCOKQ
4W MiuoSUW Oa.W!3X i
, ’&H
6000 Virginia*.., ,
200 ; ».XCra,8; n ...7§;,
MJjri'jta-iij-ij tj'/i.
iS*is!iflftej a ~C 76
1W doi. -j :'s; b3-.?6«
■:».< ..-.Abr 3 7i«:
MMIUMimE u» S?;i
(tSO Brion- .4 tX n
OX. IS ;do .. . ,'2IK
.. 60,' ,!<la,: , J 00.41*
100 Beading B 52X
400,n, 4(>..
>•/•/* = PBit/iuatratA, Septenrttfifij/lfloJFs■.»
stringency, iti th e -Iftmejr* Market produced &
markc&etfeet sales ofgtoo^s records .
of the stock-board : showipK n fallirig off aa'coni- .
pared'wUh ( tfce,pr&ei .of yesterday-'., Heading&aUro&d
'sold ■dovrcfto'26j£) and tho safea gen.
, erally show a declino^/This' ii'tbfco‘ expectod'wliile
ratoey ~l»ilrC ;aueh;actual, d'gipwjd/’i.lArge;
paper 3 artej)pn( over from New York, for sale, andihe
nßttf' Srol&ft; Are 'generally"pretty; foil ’of’Jftsfryr,* » f Oar
street firm*. ‘an ci
c6ll#ft jwsjheifg/ tor. buying up thojf ojvn
paper, sent here to be, sold on New York account. t A
• * k!gh>at’M^ni!(ng 'eritire to .the
benefit of fchltadelpiiii capital juB i^nbw, t 'btit 'they -cad.
art Jtottyf.-nontbme. (/Tbe Jieavj Influx: 0/ .spenbj into
N*w ; lfpTVi f aod''ihfl -entire stoppage of-exportation
thence tHu fill the. New Yprk bank vaulta.with fitf’ih*
e J®*W
Ibna of dollars', TbV, j?zprcas,.*nd" tho' . says
tt&ilfc&MC; iHll/reiCh three millions,of dollars. ■ This
aifwiUeaabla tUejp.tprelax the pressaro their' sudderi
extraction has placed upon ‘financial“affairs In' Now
York, andtho necesßity.of sending their bills receivable
abroad fotdiscdufctiwUfbe'removed from New York
me^iiu.' f^A > r 4p»y : ieW;dio'BVillbi‘ld?about> i ebarige
in of F t^ta^sAnd the stock^Vfil(W
-* anmeth?\if>pn^ i ft4lj;iiy.: ju *U.fV s .***4
: ■ ThoNAw says:
<* A^dis^MnS^wfHri'sncic^--
. tnipf .fhViivrgbiinloa^fo4 institutions
; t^W't^rou^#s jj&pw itferoh^e,
; «W j ]?.nd pak,
that produced the panic and alarnfwblch
' !Apgjiet'7>. r Who can point to 1 any
I ty£ ex^ienipo¥ I ,an^ isj pani9 ,w}iicb tbon
\ «xl*&d moyrafOv’eftjifep'nifpUy,; 1
5 aud I hope, le&ro from experience, not to permit* pattie
l - ofHh'jrtfe’ only aifrf fttljp'rey lippn
f 'the weakness and Vd.b'otin a pofcl
( item to actual-stre.ugtu, I s
j Onf-SftnWDg.lnstit'Qtlomrj jbe-v! }.\i-ii, > ,-, <■
I . jJgbHwfhf-yo^
■1 Ing to those upon whomaevolves-the 'ddt^bf’gnanling
? tthe communityagainst the flendfrV4&p>p)* w. t|ip,nh
l principled and unscrupulous, to break down ariddostroy,'
t the inirtUut£otfi
’ vJ wh.lchrtl^y»ro,b^sed>a'd'WituV^c] l i^‘ s y'acfi iusenara
j [
l t'7 lThe.New i .York2 , tm6vV6fihl«rt3oriiingrflmarkB:,‘bTlio ;
J tinhMciioiif of the day) through -bank and X the
1 ' atreeti'were* ewSdnhlfei
, of eaxa than borrower
\ iame together^with'fflowf faciliQrf and there ia less dis-’
L amongtbe'prititdj'bfihjsiag'houseVia etnploj’lngj
J ttaftty? xfcjffket/howorer)
1 ft actiye, aal the 4 raids' on paper 4 at|4'
radgfttif dlwounft, obtaide.of bank,- take/thd wide dif-‘
feityjict of 12024-per cent, 'the detrlatui'fot' paper runs
aj. orjjieu^dodbkd;endoried..s)gii|turVs#flyouti?®ls
WkMufo&fmtoimi*™ wWWw;
SBMolßff/» -There are no heavy failures to-day. -The Island -
(Sot i fapfdly
itscireulatjoil'Silled fc T ef in. .fo*
'= Mcnrod at .Albany , wilf be.pared for;by„«her,b4nii'/
■ r
:• - t ihe receipted &e New york Sub'TrfiasWyggttii^ay
• -, the'piymXiX^clu^Dg''it3,ooo
. -for.Ca|ifo«oft‘draCft, Ibft* 4
thflclqwofbasihess was $1Z.(k)3,523. . <V,-\
’ ■ :,thaflberfe
hf ffiloroa rtported York* y egterday,
■ -" 4"4cb; strong and' buoy- -
1 fidm*Boston within
■•■rtch'M
«iiji,tJio.WUW*9 W tot these ;
mako'tnOh^jlfa^thbmatkdt l
I
- «> itfi ofe' ;■
150; do . . 78
SOtfftfoß -IStrilS-jS ?
460 do ■»5 23Jf;
200<7‘do*- -? b3O 2S
a» .'i-dd* o zijj
50 ■ do "’ll 23 i
100 ; : ‘do 1)7 23K
160.f1' do • b 7 20K
1150" i'do J •)"• c 23 «
200 Bud Ely B 160,20
* r.'.' /,»782X
300' 'i ' 1 -82-
/ 80» !40% * .b3O-83' 1
100 Mil ft MisaßeSO 35
’6O • do >r80.87 v
1 *45- do ’! 40
40'. 1 do-". ■- '-89
100 La Crosse Mill R.I6K
■lOO ’iy do- i/v •• b 45 16m
.‘ V . 17
; jso'iabV i: r ; V . ,
, Ipo Beading E SIX
2Sot.{ ,do i sl^
i tojM/y- ;.M5 six
200 La Crosse &MU Rift#
W "' do aia.ie
R , COX
.10
'25 "do , , .25,,
290- ..‘dp. 22#‘
35p Panama E. l>3o 85
j’lOdCler & Pittabgß 2T
1160 (s . fJ do;-\ ,4 , 17V;
■,|]j« 4»‘ 17
mop^y.jktement',,' *i& n
'iMi , ■' _ ' vt-u_ ’.-. ■>>'. ,
':' ‘ Average amount hi Loan*, and. Discount^.. ,$405,b55 ~
:-‘ AxcragTsamoQQtofBpeoio».;;.^i, v ./8,318-
. 'AVeHgeaniUU«t:of- Circulutioßw,.»j . >W,021; *
”‘Avwko ttftouftt of *?0i341;..
, l Since the-last’advices, the Amount iff speefe.
•has jjeen transported over the Pauamft Railroad, f4r
Englishftcpp^t; ,■''■•',,,. ..
p i .'.ilM „, 6
Mi'Tho aggregate Amount ortreasurft which ctossbU t*ie
'T*tKmiihMri*-Jhly jt waa i i5,029 : ,103.27/ 'The «amingß’of
•and'wo ‘understand, an ,
iutrease of about{l4.ooo -over.&e jiamojuofltns or last i
‘i* . .’C-' *• <
i! VeaUWhforatel' that the owners of the steamship
and specie, on her late passage to New York with the,
gold from California. * The signing of the *\ general ave
rage bond 1 ’ has slfehtly delayed the receipt of the gold
by the’oonsignofe.. ijf.thi* claim is allotrOd, as jt will
probably be eitbec-in whole or. in part,’,*)»& underwriters
on the'gold 'will have to pay the amount.; -The claim is
for four h'lindreiithoaSahd dollars,' and as most' of the
InsQrahcepii'iihe'goJdJa mise:lri‘ : En#ftnd on-Account o*
,tho low premiums ruling there',- thereviU'* he ’,a x slight
addition to the exchange,; which, will help to aid the
market. : / L , i [’ v *' ' _ _ .'. ! ; ~ ~ '
It is somewhat strahgp tiiatV amid the man/ disasters
Which have befallen, steamships ondifferont routes, and •
even oh the California linos, there has not yet occurred
a loss of treasure ,by the wireck? of o' steAmer from Oali-i
forhia.'r. ,« ;w . ... . -
< The'net amount in the United States Treasury subject
’to draft i5519,500,00G; of which there are In New York
nearly.’nino^.and,phe.thlrd millions; at’ Philadelphia,
.two millions.and ai/New Orleans, over a
million and a half, Audi at Baltimore three hundred and
•flfrtrtiioUßahd i dollar*. , <<•''i , ■ - •i. ■ ■ ■ - j
■.. thj>&te.©t Central Railroad lands for I
Jiho -week ending/August ?Ist,' were 4p thousand two
-ihundred and sixtv-siz and' tVrenty-ejgUt oae.huudredths
'•acre?,for,fkM,7s2 17. '7. 11 ”7 " M 7 : /
,; t The.porn Exchange insurance Coropahy, of New York,
has declared a semi-annual dividend cent.,
payable'on tho&th inst.'t ... ' • - ■ ,*:
' ‘ The New 4* Enquirer Says “A motion
to dismiss the .attackipout at the suit of the Merchants’
Bank of-Oleveland, on the buildings and-grounds of tbe
Ohio Life And Trust Company at Cincinnati,.waa .being
Cburt bf Hhat cfty ! On'Monday.—
!<■ >4^’
uQtea»«id'blUa* Amounting.t^ ;^lsTjB6o; o4»tq the,
off tb'e>’Trustf Cobopany' fotrcollec- ;
s6n ? \th^; 5i wer«'’hyt>9th««ttod or'sold, .and |
the proceeds not accpuhted,fpr! 'lt is erroneously sup
posed by many.that fwliectiou, paper .pannpt. be used by .
the collecting'agent,'-for Jtsowu us«f legally. JtJuw,
however, been established, ',that whllretUoreare run*
ui&g’e^couh4! l hctweon-;par\ietf l that "the crcditor can
Apjjly the proceeds of on ac-‘
cotint, even where the'pajfer belongs to third parties.
la the 1 case'of the Now England Bank against the Bank
•Of; Washing ton j before tho Supreme Court, y. 8., this
point-was conceded.- Parties who deport collection
paper with 'bankers;-therefore, assume therisk of,the
solvency of such depoBl4rieB. n ’ : *•’ *
The Evening JSu//«t»tt the following statement
of, the Anthracite Coal, toanigo from Lehigh aud
Schuylkill regions, for theiaat week and the season,
giving also a comparison with iho tonnage of the cor
respopding period last 'year,'. Tho’ [Schuylkill Canal and
! the-Lehigh Valley JtaiLroad .continue to increase thoir
| 'tonnage over that of last year; -but the the failing off on
j the otber two .lines of Improvement fs'stUl further aug
menteds *. ' ‘
] .<•: ‘t
: 1657/
Canal, j'.'
Bailroad
LEHIGH, i SOniJTLKILL.
WWk/ 'Season. 'Week. Season.'
.1,82,31** • '582‘258 :30,402 • ,805,915
;|.lO s 180'«'S06;8ia- ■ 40,000 1,326,168
.h 43j652 J ' * 867,610 78,492 2,133,383
• Ba.*BTiUB LiSf YBAR t
* ; Totjilj
• Week, • Season Week. ■ Season.
■'■ '743:403 ' 35,001 . 711,388
. 5,704'/ - 88,200 ** 63,450 > • 1,484,878
! ;• -1856.
OiIUUKj'.S.
Rkllttii.".';
. . T0t41.:'...;4-M?0 ' 831,093 . 81,360' 9,196,264
' ' RHOAPITtaATIOS Of iris BBISOK. '
• ■ ■■ - iB6o'. ' "' 1861. ' i
Lehigh Canftl.-... ;743;493 ' 662,488 8e0....181,236
-• ■ Siilroid. - 88,200 305,852 ' 1nc.... 211,162
BihujlMUCanal. 711,380 805,815 1nc.... 04,040
' ! -‘I • JlaUroaa.-. 1,484,878 ' 1,320,768' Dec,:. .168,110
, ; 'Toaij:.'l3,02f,067"-'2,099,905-lice.... 27,901
.The 1 aggregate ‘ shipment.!''of Lehigh' and.- Schuylkill
Coal,to market are, it will
thau'itheywero at this Urap lrfstyeir; -;* • •v.*.;,
iThe Rational Intelligencer of this morning says
“The Board of Directors of the' Chesapeake and Ohio
Canal met yesterday in' rogular'.monthly session. The
Amount of money actually rccolved by the company for
the twent/rththe day's \ of’August on • which navigation
was possible; was $19,464.63, but this will be increased
from the Harper’s Ferry collection, -so that $20,000,' or
approaching,onp thousand dollars a.day/wHI he' tho re*
ceipts for August*. '."Most of the business of the meeting
consisted in making arrangements with contractors.
We regret fhaA.h ijteak' his, occurred in the canal about
( s&mlks ;thls x side.d&a,3«o. 6.; It'is not serious, how
"eve?,?A
{The Mississippi road has opened'to
.Brodhe/uijjloayJng fl/^epi’ioije^ljc;-cbmplethto Monroe.
It baabeen * aatenhined’ 'io'discontlnue work upon the
southern branch dwyondßrodhead for the present, and
to ile'Vate the earning! to-the reduction of the floating
irpn^orthe^rahc^haVbeen landed, and the*
finan'ciaraflhjia of.tfae road adAptod, as'far aa may be, to
thapresent money ihirketl i .•/ .
') Thd has been shown a coun
terfeit tb Ve a flvo dbllar'biU ot the Bank'of
'Oeorgefcpwp, The counterfeit has a
,figure of Liberty on the right band side, which is not in
the on the lefthkodslde of the counterfeit is
an the goWblD'A female head. The counter*,
ffit opnxeadijy .be deteptpd, as aH good flye dollar bills
on the Bank of.Georgetbwn hays a rod check back. The
, color of the' printing is rattier pale, when compared with
thd gemiiho. Iba''enghiyVr , sWinpmit on tho good bill
U r ‘‘ Havrdbn, Wright; York,”'
While on & Co.,
X. tfiV ThiseounterfelV is ‘dangerous,'as it is'&now
IfisUe from’lhe densr-^uid l 'oue • which has not yet been
exposed by any of published detectors.
PHILADELPHIA. STOCK EXCHANGE SALES,
;v r , ; ~ septembei;4,lBs7.
Reported by. R. Manky % Jr*,-Stuck Broker, Ifo. SO%
j‘- ■ ,r-. Jtfahuit street,
> PIBST BOARD.
’lOO City 6’s, 100' do ’ «6 27tf
100'* do . , 'B9 100 do ' cash 27 ft
1000 do,'. ‘5B 97 ' 25 Union Canal ' 9
1000 ’ dp, - 1 ’ , 89 23 roans R lots 45
:400‘,'_ do 1 89 .8 do’ cash 45
2000 do , . 89 20 'do athrn 45
500 Ch&Del Can 6'a 67 2 'do 44ft
aOO ..do 07 10 do' fidyß 44ft
, 100 New Creek Co - ft -10 do 44 ft
100 LeWgh Zinc M Ift 8. dd 44ft
,150 Bead K lots. cAsh.2B 25 do- 3dys 44 ft
i 1 100 do , lota 28 lOXurristown R 59ft
: 6,. do r ‘ ; • 27ft ,13 Cara AAm B 104 ft
; 100 ' do' bswn '27ft 5 Morris Can pref 01ft
.100 do '‘ w cash'27ft 25’ do 91 ft
■ 3a; do . •, 27 ft . 3 Phil* Bank 120
; 100 . do- - , . ,b 5 27ft 7 Par Sc Mec Bk , 62ft
100' 'do;‘,, cask'27 V ’lO Bank of I’enn bt> 112
j 35 Jo *• - '-• W '27V ' ‘5O Girard BAnk 2ds 10,V
‘ 20„ ..do , 27ft
: ' "r BETWJBE]
BOARDS, (
10Q Long Ist R caah 10
50 do 10
' CON American Int- 11
; BNd?ennß>
60 Beading B cash 27#
100 do.t- s 5- 26#
100 j -do- : 'cash 27#
, • " ’ ' SECOND
1500'Clty EC’s cash ’SO"
1200 do -80
800 City o’a 89-
' fiOOEtmfraßT'sSaartfiS''
• 600 do.- 2dmort .63.
’ ’*soUnJon Canal. ' ‘‘'6
ioo •do ; is -< 6#
25 < .do - , ~ ti
ll Penri It . bSwn 44#
f lO '-'do' ',"' "442
‘ -Vi f;P.TER,,
500 City GajjO'a . : . 88# |
• CLOSING PBl
5 ~ fHd.Asked,
frS6’«, ’flB . 116 * J-
PhiladaCs 68#' 89 '
*do_, S HR'B9 ' : B9#
, * 'New -05# 95#
' • >' 81# 82#
Reading iV : -’ i 26# . 26#
do Donda ’7O 70 78
MoriflVUi’W- 85'
Penni BE : . f 44# 44#
Morris Oanl Con 47 ' 49 ’
Scbyl Nar6« J B2 60 62#
'--'d<?.'- ;8tockl0 ;; 12 ‘
81 Reading R lots 26#
100 do b 5 26#
100 do 26#
150’’ ' do' lots bswn 26#
6p . do, b 5 26#
'6B Rebuy Nav pref 19#
44 * do 18#
Q Harrisburg B ,/ 64#
' 14 Sforrls Can lots b 5 48
25'Long Island R 10
rCabd. ~ ,
156 Scbny.Nav prof £ -18#
10E8—HEAVY. *
' Bid. Asked.
Schyl Prof 19 20
Wmsp’t&Elmßl4 * 16
do lstmoft7 , s72 74
do do 2d m 02# 03
Long Inland 9# 9#
Vicksburg - - 7 8
Girard Bank JO#) 10#
Lehigh Zinc --i 1 ; 1#
Union Canal » 8# 4#
NewOreek - ’ % J{
Catswissa RR 9 10
,’y.', :< 3tttjjortgtlons; 1
' ... ,
PARAIBA—Prig Joshua & Mary, Taraer—47o9 bags
sugarTho* A Newhall4b Go. i
: SAVANNAH—fIcfar L B Myers, Sptnera—3s62 bushels
wheat Greiner 4c Harkness;. 3070 do Budd & Comly; 12
tons old iron A Whitney 4b Son. ■, <■ ' ,
. PHILADELPHIA. BOARD OP TRADE!
Israbl Moams,
Joseph } CoMintTßs or thi Moith,
Johs*.Welsh,)? j.-), '.uh.r. .v v...
. . , *V LtTTER ;BAG& ' ,J ‘ ‘ '
Ai, Ms Merchants?, Exchange, Philadelphia,
81iip, Joseph Jones,'Flowers., ~,, ,gan Fraurisco, soon
BarqueMlnnespto, Cole,.*,.Rio Janeiro, soon
SAILING OF THEOCKAJj STEAMERS.
BMAKBB,.". \)t BROS*'/ jroi . ' iur
Jason. .New York _ .Bremen/., Bept 8
North 6tar f <»• «»N«W’York' Southampton.........Septs
O of Washington-New York , Liverpool... Sept 2
Edlnhnrg.„,,..New York. Glasgow...*.'...!.'..Sept 6
Adriatic.; New York Liverpool .Ilept 13
Arago.New..York* Havre.* tfept 10
.O of Baltimore,.Liverpool. New,Y0rk....,..Ju1y20
Niagara.....;-..Liverpool Poston. .../..Aug 1
- • ,, DAT
Africa..,/..,.., Liverpool >New Y0rk....,,,,*..Aug23
Ar’ago,.Havre Now Y0rk,..,,.,...<Aug 28
Kangaroo Liverpool .New.York,,Aug2B
Glasgow, f .Glasgow,. New York,....Bspt 6
MOVEMENTS ;QF, HAVANA STEAMERS.
.. .PaiLAiiiiLpnUt-From Na?v.York 2d,. arriving at Ha
vana Bth,BPdNo*Orleans, 11th. -From New Orleans
20th ; Havana 23d, arriving At Nejv York 29th. .
. QosKra GiTT-t-FfomNew York,7th of each month,'
.arrlTingAt,Havana l2th,and Mobile 14th, .From Mo
bile 22kf, 24fb, arriving at New York 28th.
;i Gahavha—From New York 12th, arriving at Havana
Itthj and New Orleans 19th. From. Now Orleans 27th,
Havana 29th, arriving at New .York Sd.
>.:E«riaß. Ciir—From New. York i7thi arriving at Ha
-vana234j ana New Orleans ,20th.- From New Orleans
s th, Jlayaoa Bth, arriving atNew.York 13th-, ~
i'jDMo*.-WABB.!ORi?Frpm Now< York 27th, arrivo at
Havana let and New Orleans 3d. /From New Orleans
12th,iravaDsl4th\ New York 18th. V *
ISABBtr-fFrom , loth and 4tb, dqo at Ha*
vana-S-ld and ; 7th, From Havana lOthand 25th, due at
,New York 16thandSlBt..?. v , . „
1 “testers soli from New York on
andjSO.th of each month., -
POUT \Ot PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 4,185 r.
‘BCS : M8«5....;..;.:.6'3T-BON 85Ta..........'6 21
t nrou j m-atisb; :a; r; :. ..v.,.... „ 1
• ARRIVED.., .
-voteamohlp Delawppe, Bhaw* 19, hours from New,York,
lutir, .with mdse and passengors to James All'
:i Cejdico..i i Ott Rotnhay Hook passed the bwque Belle,
4P , M.W l tou»? l l^ r F 1 brigs,and 16 schrs boating tip,,! At
' * JA Ciquena, from Matmu.
j, ~im
C-fcbrß N Smith. SjnUb.2 Salem, In bJUart
3wo All?ckjiiw& COi.-v. . .
- -Scbc-Sarnh Fisher, Fisher, 4 days from Baltinjoro,
with mdse to chbtaln;
fichr FrthA Jlawkins, Pcrclval, 4 days from Province.*
town, in ballast to captain. ‘ ‘ ' • ,
'Srht-' G'old'dn' Khglo,‘ Nelsbh; 4 days from New York, in
h’ballast to BlakUton, Cox A: Co ~ *
\ -‘Bobir li B ifj'ers; Sdnnhfl, 7 days from ‘ Bavannhh,with
whcaf to Pouitj'Mdrtln A Co '• , ’ •
V fiohr 0 W Hooper, Rowd, 6 days', from Tappahannock.
Va. with wheat to Bowlcy, Wilson* A‘Co.
&chr Mark Watts, 4 days from StlUPOpd,*
Md. witti'wneatto'Bewley 1 , Wilson A 00.
- Schr Sarah Warren, Bottle, I .day from Little Creek*,
Delf with corn to Dewley, Wilson A Co.
• Schr Victory, Chambers, % days from Lewes, Bel. with
wheat to Bewley, Wilson « Co. • '
Schr Elliott, Weaver, 5 days from Boston, In ballast
to Noble, Hammett &‘Oa\dfceU. ,
Sebr DM MoBBerole,Btllltban, 4 dayß from Providence,
in ballast to Noble, Uammets A Caldwell.
, -Schr Geo M'Smlth, Smith*, 4'daya froth Providence, In’
ballast WChai MUler A Co."> j. , *:
*. Schr' All4d H’ Brown, Endicott, 4 days from Provl*
dence, In ballast to G Audenreld A Co;. * •• t •
- ' Schr Alert, Champion, 4 days fram Quincy Point, in
ballast to Bancroft, Lewis A Co.
.: Schr P A Banders, Bole, 5 days from Boston, in bal*
last to Rogers, Sinnlckson A C 0»..., ’
Schr Triumph, Atkins, 5 days from Boston, in ballast
.to Brown A Whito.
Schr Beauty, Johnson, 3 days from New York, in bal
last to B Milnea A Co. . , * ■
Schr L H-Kndicott, Yankirk, 4 days from Newport, m
ballast toJohn It White. „ _ . , . .
- Schr Sarah Louisa, Cruiso, d days from Pawtucket, m
ballast to NoMo, Hammett A Caldwell. ■
BchrT L Miller, Pholps, 4 days from Middletown,
with'stone to captain. ■
1 Schr E H Atwood, Atwood, 6 days from Boston, with
mdso to enptaiu. , . ,
Schr It J Mercer, Cullen, 0 days from Boston, in bal
|„t to captain. OLI , AMD ■
Steamship Phirteaa Sprague, Matthews, Boston, Hen
ry Winsor. > ■ «£
Steamship Pennsylvania, Teal, Richmond, Thomas
Webster. Jr.. * i . .*
• Brig Lillian, Somers, Barbadoos, Outecbridge, Harvey
•A Co. ’
- Brig Forward, Qoalfleot, St John, NB, captain.
.• Brig Trlhdelm, Havener, Roston, N Sturtevant A Co / .
, Brig Chimborazo, Brown, Boston, Norton
A ,Co.
Brig R 0 Dyer, Turner, Bangor, Tyler, Stono A Co.
Schr F A Hawkins, Percival, New, Orleans, Bancroft,
Lewis A Co. , , .
Schr Argus Eye, Sharp, Charleston, D S Stetson A Co.
Sclir S N Smith, Smith, Boston, C A Uecksher A 00.
Schr £IJ Uranlcm, Rogers, Boston, It Corson A Co.
Bcbrlt J Mercer, Cullen, Boston, Rogers, Sinnlckeon
A Co.
Schr P A Sanders, Bole, do do
Schr S B Austin, May, Boston, Van Dusen, Norton
A Co.
- Bohr Sarah Bright, Noble, do do
Schr J’P Oaktr, Bndicott, do do
Schr J P Collins, Butler, Somerset, do
Schr 0 T Nicholson, Blakleton; Cold Spring, do
Schr Shooting Star. Ruark, Easton, Md. do
Schr T L MlUer, Phillips, Hartford, do
j Schr Chariceford,‘Hatch, Baltimore, S J Christian.
• • Bchr Laura, Hatch, 1 do do
- Bchr W P Phillips, Smith, Boston, Nobio, Hammett
A;Caldwcll. ■ 1 'f 1
Bchr Elliott, Weaver, do do
1 Bchr B M Mewcrole, Steelman, Richmond, do ■
Schr Sarah Louisa, Cruse, Hoboken, do
Schr .Golden Eagle, Kelsey, Providence, Blakiston,
Cox A Co.
• Schr Geo M Smith, Smith, Edgartown, C Miller A Co.
Schr 1 Alert, Champion, Boston, Bancroft, Lewis A 00.
Schr Triumph; Atkina, Boston; Brown A White.
■ Schr A H Brbwn, Endicott, Wlckford, L Audonreld
A Co. . ' ' 1
Schr Beauty, Johnson, Providence, B Milnea A 00.
Schr L JI Endicott, Yankirk, Newport, John R White.
Bchr C 8 Peosleo, Foster, Providenco, do
Steamer Boston, Bellow, N York, Jaa Allderdlco.
Str.Blch Willing, Claypoolo,'Baltimore, A Groves, Jr.
£BT TBLKOEAPn.}
of The Press.)
New York, Sept 4.
The ship Roswell Spragae was got off Bquan Beach
this mowing, and towed up to the city. Bho Js leaking
at the rate of six inches per hour.
* Arrived, brig Herbert, from Newcastle, E.
Correspondence of the Philadelphia Exchange.
1 LEWES, Del.; Sept. 3, 8 A M.
Steamer, Norfolk, after having landed her passengers
last.evening, proceeded to Richmond, Tho pilot boat
Enoch Turley, from acruise. cam© to harbor last even
ing, and remains up to this writing, In company,with
brig Abby Ellen, scars Ella A. Matilda, J I 1 Bent, Shy
lock, and twelve others. A large fleet of colliers are in
alitht bound out. Wind E—weather cloudy.
Yours, Ac. WM. M. HICKMAN.
■ Correspondence of The Press. ■
Haybe Ds Gbace, Sept. 4.
Eleven boats left hero this morning, laden and con
signed as follo.ws;
Lewis Ilorford.flour and corn to P Fitzpatrick: H
Niles, lumber to D B Taylor A Co; K B Cabeon, pig iron
to Wilmington, Del: .Col R M Thompson und Keonomy,
'anthracite coal to New Yorkj William and Mary, Mary
‘Frank. G WolGirabergcr, Trade Wind, Forest Blower,
aind Reindeer, anthracite coal to Delaware City.
‘ } ’ ' MEMORANDA
Steamship Norfolk, Kelly, henco for Richmond, at
Norfolk 2d inst.
Steamship North Star, Lefevre, for Bremen, via South
ampton, cleared at Now York yesterday.
1 Steamship Edinburg, Cummings, for Glasgow, cleared
at New York yeatorday.
! Steamship Konnebeo, Hand, henco at New York ym
terdaj.
Steamship U B Beach, from Now York, was below
Charleston 2d Inst. *
. Bhlp Oliver Jordan, Aldon, at Callao, from San Fran
cisco, sailed Jnly 23 for Cbincha Islands.
Barque Dorchester, White, sailed from Cape Town
for Fort Elizabeth, Algoa Bay, without breaking bulk;
she would probably proceed to Kio do Janeiro alter dis
charging at Port Elizabeth.
’ Barque Azolht, Davis, from City Point for Rio de Ja
neiro, was in Hampton Roads 2d { nst. outward bound.
, Barque Mary A Susan, Cullutn, from Now Orleans, Ist
ult. for Liverpool, put into Rockland, Me. 28th ult.
leaky.
Barque Laura'Russ, Summers, from City Point for
Rio do Janeiro, was in Hampton Roads 2d inst.
Barque Benjamin UaUett, Burnell, hence at Charles
ton 3d inst, 10 A M. -
Barque Elizabeth J, Thomas, for Philadelphia in a
few days, was loading at Black River, Jr. Aug 12.
Barque Soboois, O’Niel, from Savannah, at Boston
2d inst. '*
Brig Sea Foam, Warren, cleared at New York yester
day for Baltimore.
Brig Anna D Torroy, Griffin, from Picton, at Boston
3d inst.
Brig State of Maine, Cates, sailed from Machias 25th
nit. for Cardenas;
Brigs Minnie Miller and Julia Ford, hence, were be
low Boston 3d inst.
Brigs Emma, Baker, and' Condor, Allen, hence for
Boston, passed Highland Light 7 A M 3d inst/
Brig Heyward, McDoogall, for Philadelphia, was op
at Charleston Ist inst.
Brig D 8 Brown, Baker, hence, was below Charleston
24 Inst. ’
, Brigs 0 L Bucknam aud Sarah, henco at Boston 3d lust.
Brig Larch, Gilchrist, hence at Boston 3d Inst.
Brig J Nickerson, Nickerson, cleared at Boston 3d
Inst, for Philadelphia.
Brig May Queen, Jones, cleared at Damariscotta 31st
ult for Philadelphia-
Scbr Suffolk, Baker, eleared at Boston 3d iost.
for Philadelphia. '
Schre Charger, Kelsey; John Magee, Magee; David G
Floyd, Racket; Pequonnoek, Burroughs: anil Mary 11
Banks, Banks, for Philadelphia, sailed from Salem 2d
mst.
Bchr S G King, Andrews, hence, arrived at Alexan*
drin 3d in&t.
Bchr George Darby, Mulllner, from Charleston, arrived
at Now York yesterday.
Bchr Cyrus Chamberlain, H&llett, from Boston, at N
York yesterday.
Schra Martha Jane, Pierce, and Lewis Chester, Cor*
son,.henco at Boston 3d inst,
Schr Julia Anna, Harding, cleared at Boston 3d inst.
for Philadelphia.
Schrs Martha Jano, Piorcej and Lewis Chester, So*
mors, hence at Boston 3d inst.
Bchr Carolino Hall, Graham, hence’atDanvcrslst inst.
Schrs David Smith, Douglass, and Sarah N Smith,
Smith, sailed from Salem 2d lost, for Philadelphia.
Schrs Vf Warren, Cooinbes;’Emporium, Maybew; RIl
Wilson, llnlse; R W Dillon, Marts; Mary, Haley, and
Julia, Barratt, hence at Boston 3d inst.
Schrs Isaac Rich, Smith, and J Nickerson, Baker,
clearod at Boston 3d Inst, for Philadelphia.
Scbr W L Dayton, Babcock, hence at Gloucester
30tb ult.
Schrs Anna B Ilays and Buena Vista, cleared at Hart*
ford 2d lust, for Philadelphia.
NOTICE TO SIABINEKB.
Notice is hereby given that the San Francisco Bar
Buor is replaced, and a Buoy placed on Four Fathom
Bank of samo Bari
San Francisco Bar— A large Can Buoy, with black
and white perpendicular stripes, Is placed outsido of San
Francisco liar, at 10 fathoms at mean low water. The
course from the buoy to enter the harbor is to keep
Fort Point and Alcatras Island Light-houses in range.
Bearings and distances: To Port Point N E by E (mag
netic) about 9# miles; to the Telegraph Station on Point
Lobos, E NE # N magnetic about 7# miles; aud to
Point Bonita Lfght-houso, N E # N magnetic, about 7#
miles.
Four Fathom Hunt—(Being the southwesterly and
sboalest part of San Francisco Bar.)—A first class Can
Buoy, with red and black horizontal stripes, is placed at
four fathoms at mean low water on the west or seaward
of Four Fathom Bank. Bearings and, distances: To
Point Bouita Light-house, E by N (magnetic) 4 miles;
and to the Telegraph Station on PoiDt' Lobos B by 8
(magnetic) 6 miles. The buor is also ou range with
Fort Point LSgbt-house aud Potnt Bonita. The Bunk
extends towards Point Bonita; is 2# mites in length,
and nearly one mile In greatest width. Tholeast depth
on It at mean low water is 3# fathoms.
. By order oftho Light-nouse Board.
HARTMAN BACIIE,
MaJ Topog’l Engineers, lir Maj,
Ofilce 12th. Light-house District, )
San Francisco, July 27,1857. >
SPOKEN.
14th ult. lat 4518, long 43 20, ship Polar Star, of Bos
ton, bound E. '
MARINE MISCELLANY.
Nonvowc, Nn , September 4.—Anlvod, brig Arabella.
fropi'Asplnwall, for New York, with her forotopinast
gone, her,foremost sprung, and tholossof her
The crew are sick of Ohagres fever.
Ship'Eli Whitney, for Sidney, while being towed to
sea from' San Francisco, July 29, by tho steam tug Mar
tin White, went afoul of the brig J B Brown, lUggius.
fOr Mcpdoclno, beating out at the same time, but was
then’ In’ stays. Tho ship sustained no damage, and pro
ceeded on bor voyage The brig had her loro rigging
carried away, foro topsail split, ic. She was compelled
to return to the city tor repairs.
The new Collins steamship Adriatic was floated off
the balance' dock, at New York, yesterday, and towed
roiitld to her berth at tho foot of Oan&I street, East
Rlvor.
DOMESTIC PORTS.
NEW YORK, Sopt. 4.—Ar ship Calhoun, Trumau,
Liverpool, July 30th, mdso and 841 passengers. Mar
garet Ward, of Ireland. died; Bremen ship Emigrant,
Andresson, Bremen, with mdso and 135 passengers; ship
Both Sprague Mylohor, Bhietda; ship Thulatta, (of Batb)
Cooper, Liverpool July 20; Spanish brig Pensatlvo,
Rebaso, Havana; brig Mary Lowell, (of Machias) Foiu
roy, Savannah la Mar, Ja; schr Challenge, Whitefor,
Cnarlestoni schr Onrust. (of Squan, NJ,) Thompson, N
Orleans; schr Arctic, Critchte, Georgetown, 1)0; schr
Edw Kidder, Ilartstcin, Wilmington, NC; schr J Turice,
Rogers, Charleston.
Cleared—Bark Col Led/ard, Beckwith. Apalachi
cola; brigs Sea Foapif Warren, Baltimore, Washington,
Marvlck, Matauzas; Cyguot, (Br) Smith, Wiudsor;
schr Panther, gaper, Richmoud.
°l *'"■ Epiphany—Che.tnnt anil
FIFIELNTII streets.— I Tho Rector of this Church, tho
Rev. WILLIAM O. PRENTISS, will preach to-morrow
morning and afternoon. Service at 10# A.'M„ and 4
F-M- ses-lt#
(Lr~ Preaching, to-morrow. Sept. 6, In Locan
SQUARE CHURCH, TWENTIETH^and VINE Streets,
atlo#,'A. M-, and 7#, l>. m., by Rev. JOHN PAT
TON. It*
Jl7» JonrnernienXoilora.—An Adjourned Meet*
Ing of the Trade will bo hold on SIONDAY MORNING
beit/Sept. 7th. at 9 o’clock, in Fraukllu Hall, BIXTH
street, below Arch, in*accordance with a resolution
passed at thb last mooting. so4-lt#
ny Keystone Club. *• Opening Meeting.—
Democrats, rally In your strength for the opening of
tho campaign, and rodoom your pledge to tho Democracy
of tbo Union, to keep Jho glorious old Keystone In the
column of thpap who respond ‘‘ No North, uo South—
our Union,' one and inseparable, now and forever.’*
' A Grand Ratification Meeting of tho Keystone Club
will bo hold' at Independence Square, on Thursday
evening, September lOlb, to ratify and confirm the gene
ral nominawQDß of the party, ,to which all true men of
tbo Unloose Invited. , w J
Tho meeting will bo addressod by General Win A.
Packer, Hon, Wm. Bigler, Hon. J; Clancy Jones, Hon.
, Stephen A, Dbuglas, EUiaß,. Bchn&bell, Esq.. Hon l’oter.
Shannon, Spencer E. Cone,. Esq., of Now-York, and a
number of. our fellowttoWnßmen. 1 ? M i l
Domocratic Clubs and Ward Associations Intending to
participate-vf ill report to tho Committoo, at the Club
Headquarters,Globe Hotel, Blith And Chestnut streets.-
• >' ; . Edward W.- Powiß,) *
JoBßru°CoLtlK. ■ } Cmmiitu. ;
''wa. s, suiKwyr^wrtti
ID* Notice to Cons)Ktiee»>-4)hp .*hl!>
wart,” Captain Lucas, from Liverpool, ready to
discharge at Shlppen street wharf: ‘ Oonslgnees-will.
ploaso send their permits os board. All goods.not per',
milted in flvo days will bo sent to public storo.
THOMAS RICHARDSON A CQ.
List of Arrivals at the Principal Hotels.
MERCHANTS’ HOTEL-Fourth street, below Arch. ' j
A Palmer, ’ *l®°?°s“*°’ N *°£
W Young Mtffiebburg " H Ercholberger, Balt •<
Dr JF Henry, Burlington, JABoweti, do ■
l OWft 1 P 8 Blit*, Columbia 1 •
Mr, Hour/, , ,do •O T Bdoo, ludlana 1
Mrs Graham, do ? i r S, n L Co ! !>'
Misa Haiftmol, do J R ?4duird, W Grumrlllo
E a Baldwin, St Joaoph, Mo Velina - .1 -
E R Oardner. Pittsburg G W Ouspln, Conn
S J Berger, Pa & Ketebem, Musca, lowa
P Stabler, Balt 1 W B tilbba, Tenn
T M Peerce, Tenn • J YT Eyster. Chairibs’bg
W McCormick, Tenn Mis* M McCormick, Tenn
0 N McAdoo, Oreonaboro, Robt Williamson, NO
NO James Stewart, WellsvJUe
Banl Fuller, Cedar Rapids, Hugh S Wilson, do
' lowa_ _ Samuel Capo, do
J A McCord, Ga Wm II Brown & la, Pa
E Ncbhut, uo Alex Leathern, do
II H Cohen, NY 8 WethorlU, Bethlehem
N Smith, Troy, NY JdhuCrawford, MB, Pitts-
Sarah Saxton, do burg
Susioßaxlon, do Miss Alvord, Tow&ndft
TV It Hughes, Cambria co, A Edwards, do
Pa T Strong, Pittatown, Pa
M Murphy, Salesbury, NO E Gortuer, Ooshon, Ind
8 A Potter, Prov, HI AO Larnsou. N York
A Gartman, York, Pa F Dowdy & la, Poca, Tenn
’ Win McCabe, Springfield, 111
STATES UNlON—Market, above Sixth.
F Vouslch, N York’ K Few, llarrisburg
W Forbes, Westmoreland, E C Lyons, Phila
l’ouna WPWlthors, Groon’b,NC
S Peters, Potersb’g, Ya' II Sampsou, Pa
Q M W Biles, N York J Reynolds, Md
B F Park, lowa .W Finney, Dauphin co,
F H Foster, Panama Ponna
G U Bardwell, PRU 0 'Walton, Phlla
A Armstrong, Col, Pa
BLACK BEAR INN-Mercbarit street, below Fifth.
Jos Portena, Cheater co JU Rosenbaum, N J
Mrs Callahan, Phllada Mrs Riley, N York
Sam’l Loedom A la, Del co Jacob Dovoo, West Chester
K T Mercer, Cheater co Homer Radius, jr, Kdg*
0 Taylor, Eugmont, Del co . mont, Del co, Pa
Jacob E Johns, Chester co S Alsop, jr, Phila
SucukiuHii Millor, Chester MUa Sponco, West Chester
co, Ca ,00 Marsh, N York
Jaa Williamson, Marplo, Jtly Parry, Lancaster
Del co, Pa Lewis Seal, N6w Garden,
•' • Chester co,‘ Pa ' ‘ >
NATIONAL.H&TEL—Race stxoot, abore Third. ~
Henry Conuard, Reading Jos Adlor, N York
‘Dr J Fords, Hamburg . John Biogol, Reading, Pa
II Brandt, Augusta • A Schille, Hamburg, S C
N W Ilobinßon, Koeavlllo ■ ’ H J Hendler, Fottsville
R Thompson, Doylbatown A J llumbergof, Ohio •
Gcorgo Fry, Allentown, Pa T W Laaeastar
D D llrodliead, Phila ’ ■ BMayhew,. .do
John 0 Walton, Lancaster Geo W Lawrence,Loularlle
Miss Walton, Lancaster , ,
GIRARD HOTEL—Chestnut Street, below Nsnth.
jAMooro.NU James Getty, Balt
GFoushie, do Jlt Wyman, do
Oapt Craig, USA • Geo M Ricker, I.yucli’g, Va
Wm Earley, Va Sami W Holt, Ya
Harvey E/Unger, Ya W Harper, Washington
G W (jwous, N 0 Sami P Hoover, ’ do
R R Thompson, Cape Moy G W Shepherd, Ya
Wm Lowry, Ya Jno J Ahahan, Balt
0 Wendell A la. Wash Goo 0 Grey & wife, Mom*
Jno S Spencer, Va phis,Tcnn
Max Studlor, (Jin, Ohio K M Ayres & la, Miss
J BTavlor, Ala ' Waltou Cooper, Ala
W J Stowoll A la, Balt J G McClelland, Wash
J Winslow, Peterab’g, Va Yf 0 Oleuu, Balt
S S Carrier, Harrisburg El’ Miller A la,Uearda’n,ll
J Leonard A la, Illinois D P Russell, N Orleans
E A Bteed, Miss H Terrill tc la, St Louis
J VII Hunter, Reading Mr Strihbling, Ya
T U Ycatraan, Cincinnati Mrs Phillips, do
John J Achcz, Dayton, 0 Miss McCurdy, do
Wm L Baird, St Louis Miss B Purnell, 'Westerly
H 0 Whitell, Chicago A 0 Weedon do H
J A Foster, MomphTs A H Washburn tc la, NYv
Jos Rogers, jr, Balt B B Cunningham, ’ do ‘
Dll Reman, SO S II Young tc wife, NO
G W Dean, Boston M A Bledsoe tc wife, do
8 Darrell A la, lialt E Dwight, Boston
Miss MII Jackson,’ Reading R U Roberts, NJ
11 M Ayers A la, Miss Mrs 0 llornoudy, 8t Louis
J Lansing A la, Albany EFBenounly, do
T J Shannon A la,’lll Wm McCracken,N Orleans
J J Granger, Balt J T Wobb, Ga
Maj W W Chapman A la, Thos U Rich, Dalt
. U 8 A T McCann do
Dr W R Prior, BO ' Mifls A E Prior, SO
Mrs RG Whito, do Miss Gregg, do
Thos E Gregg, do 7« F Nnnee, Va
F A Jewett, Boston p 0 David A son, Balt
Jamos G Rogers A la, Ga John G Blasdd, N Y
P F Rogers, Oln 0 BP Strader, Cin 0
John Williams A la, NY 1 Jacob Strader, do
Johu M I.anier, Phila W F Master, Ala
A Crehango, Paris, Franco H King, Washington
W Steelo, SO A P Blackwell, Ky
A Outdone, N Y llonj Tyson, jr, Reading
J Hirshfiold, Pittsburg F Rattle, Cliicsgo
G Fowler, Cuba C V Chamberlain,Charston
John Alexander, B&lt Mrs Alexander, Balt
J C Klino A la, La Mrs T Brisco A son, Miss
T C Flournoy, Ark Jas E Ripley, N Y
W B Caswell, Mllwauklo A Menls, Richmond
Maj Geo T Steadman, Ohio P Weycoff, N Y
UNION HOTEL—Arch street, below Fourth.
A Baum. Uhriohsvillo, O W W Berry, Balt
John G Reading, N J W' M Walker, Keokuk,lowa
Jos Dixon, Ireland Jas Wilson, Sch Haven
J B Shaw, lowa G W Yonamar A la, Now
J D McGaleb, Mt Pleaa’t, Pa Pads, 0
J ItStouffor, Pa 0 Craves, St Louis, Mo
It Hollingsworth, St Louis Wm H Schofield, Yellow
Jos II Wfiey, N J Springs 0
Miss Biggs, Pittsburg M E Gross, Del Go, Pa
0 II Schohlor, Rochester, OGB Markle, llazletou, Pa
Miss A Robins, Bloomsburg T Stackpolo, Salem, 0
J Hay, Easton, Pa A Bates, Shanesville, 0 .
J llnston, Carrollton, 0 B W Ulling, Grauville, 0
J A Saxton, Ohio jf Cannon, Ohio
Goo Bacon, Dayton, O HD Doweu, Dayton, 0
P S Steer, Washington II Leonard and wife, Bur*
David Leonard, Burlington, linglou, lowa
lowa ' Elizabeth Leonard, Bur*
L Jacobs, Richmond, Va lington, lowa
Bonnot Nooe, Lexington A F Boas, Reading, Pa
Jas W Hubbard. NJ J &I Blair, lowa
J J Craig, Madison, Ind 0 W Ely, Ohio,
CITY HOTEL—Third streot, ahoro Race.
J Wallace, New Jersey WII Flitoraft, Bridesburg,
H Jackson. do Pa
WII Wapiei, Northumber* H A Qralr Burks <•'
ir* Ua ham, Buries co
W Brobst, Daovillo
G Wilton, New York J Ilonry, Purktburg
G M Fronklcy, Mnncjr II Hooloj, Jersey bhore
Y Svhlting, Cheater B II Cummings. Oloarfleld
S McDouvls, do 8 Newbold, ‘ do
D Nelson & la, Easton G Mason &, daughter, do
FlJorsoy & sou, Doylestown W’ Foust. do
R Pemberton, do 8 Willing*, Pittsburgh
\V Pemberton k la. do C J Wilber, Now York
J Roberts, Columbia, Pa I) J) James, Columbia, Pa
MADISON nOUSE—Second Btroet, abo.e Jlorkot.
Jaa M Donnoly &. son, Pa Bam’l Blooncr, Ohio
Chas Bowman, Del A M Mnntoller, Saletu
ChasLebrom, N Orleans W G Moore, New York
Phillip Stater, Albany J Jones A duughter, Alb’y
H GotUugham, Albany llHeffert. Peutift
Caleb llelllngcf, Illinois H E Couch, Hope, N J
Danl F Uansan, Now York
BLACK BEAR UOTEL-Third street, ab. CaltowhUl.
T I) Wolf, Danboro E Ilaldeman, Bucks co
G W Wolf, do A IJuckman, Feaaterr
L Clemens, Doylcstown W Buchmah, do
J Clemens, do B Brandt, Spinncrsville
8 Foil, Buckingham 61 V B Van Artsdalon,
G U&rtzol. N Texas Southnmton
C Roods, Byberry Miss Vanarfsdalen, do
A Eshbach, Norr S Roods, do
G Clomens, Chester Valley T Morgan, Attleboro
8 Fidler, Orwlgsburg
AMERICAN HOUSE-Chestnut st.. below Bixth.
S Hoffman. Va Rentes Hoffman, Ya
C EII Boruvillo, Del T N Briggs, Jerusalem, Va
Tbos Scott, Va J II Harrison, NJ
Chas Jackson, Pliilada T J Moore, Ilollidaysburg
Jas F Smith, Reading Daniel Miller, Balt
B B Knight, Providence A B White, Tenn
Vi II Cam, Easton D Doughertv & la, Potts-
R 8 Gilmer, NC T Streets, Balt
C Mahoney, Now York J M Cook, Ky
J Vf Paine, do JDllocker, Ky
8 F Brown, do W J O’Brien, Balt
J 0 Cooper, do A R Harrison, Provldenco
L Hooper, do J Bates tc la. NY
8 L Cook, NY Wm Hopkins, NY
itO Oharles, NY L S Smith, Baltimore
T Reed, Hnvro do Grace Samuel Smith, Pa
T 8 Reed, do Miss 8 Smith, Pa
8 S Llviugston, Maes W W Williams, NY
3 H Livingston, do W It Williams, KY
P J Flaherty, Alton Bay C P Emerson, Alton Bay
Mies Emerson, do Miss Bates, New York.
Special ifotues.
Removal.—Fowler, Wolla Sc Co., late N0.23t
Arch Street, havo removed to No. 922 Chestnut Street.
W’orks on Phrenology, Physiology, Water Cure and
Phonograph, wholesale and retail. Phrenological ex
aminations day aud evening.
Seamen’s Saving Fund —Office 203 ‘ Walnut
street, one door west of second street. Receives de
posits in sums of Ono Dollar and upwards, from all
classes of the community, aud allows interest at the rate
of five per cent, per annum. Moneys paid on Demand.
Office open daily, from 9 until 6 o’clock, and on Mon
day and Saturday until 9 !u tho evening. President
Franklin Fell; Treasurer, Charles M. Morris; Secre
tary, James S. Pringle.
Bower’s. Infant Cordial.—-Tbit invaluable
Cordial is prepared from a variety of the most choice and
efficient aromatics known in medicine, and is the moat
porfect and reliable carminative extaut for infanta and
young children. 1 *
By its powerful influence a speedy euro Is effected In
all cases of Choltc t windy pains aud spasms. Relieves
and mitigates much of children’s suffering during dent!-
tiou or teething, and by its soothing properties tran
quillses pains of the bowels, looseness, vomiting, Ac.
The Infant Cordial has become a standard remedy,
and has been used in thousands of cases with the most
abundant suctess. No family should be without it.
Prepared only by Hk.srv A. Bowen,
At his Drug and Chemical Store,
N. E. cornor of Sixth and Green sts., Philadelphia.
To whom all orders must be addressed. And for sale
by Druggists generally. an 13.5^
Saving Fund—Five Per Cent. Interrst—Na
tional Bafety Trust Company, in Walnut Street, south
west corner of Third Street, Philadelphia. Assets
over One Million and a Half of Dollars, Invested
in Real Estate, Mohtgagbs,Ground Rents, and other
first class securities, as required by the chartor. This
institution confines Us business entirely to the recei
ving of money on deposit. Any sum, large or small,
is received, audthemouey is always paid back, with
out notice, to any amount.
The office is open every day from 9 o’clock in the
morning until 7 o’clock in the evening, and oa Monday
and Thursday evenings until 0 o'clock.
marriages,
Oa the fiiornlug of the 3rd instant, by Rev. Dudley A.
Tyng, Mr. JAMES MATHERS, of Baltimore, to Miss
ELIZA RANDALL, of Philadelphia.
lst instant.by R ev /D. 8. Miller, Mr. JOriN
COOPER to BALLIE Y., daughter of Dr. R. Burns, all
of Frankford Pa. , 1
IDealljo.
On the 2d lost., FRIEND LODGE, in the 42d year of
bis ago.
Tho relatives and friends of the family are respectful
ly invltod to uttond tho funeral, from his late residence,
Apple street, below Master, on Sunday, 6th instant, bo
tween 10 and 12 o’clock, without further notice. To
procod to Cemetery, on Frankford Road.
On tho 2d inst., MARY OALLAN, daughter of Mary
and the late Thomas Callao, aged 11 years.
The relatives and frlonds or the tamily are respect
fully invited to attend the funeral, from the residence of
her stsp.fathor, Thomas Mahan, Cuthbert street, above
below Arch, This (Saturday) Aftoruoon,
at J o’clock, without further notice. To proceed to Ca
thedral Coinotory. - , < < • ■ T •
Hs.. tTk E>» MANUFACTORY OP
• CARVED ' AiiD ORNAMENTAL . MARBLE
WORK, GREEN. Btraot, above BEVENTIJL l'liilodel-
TW*. ’ . . . . augSMw
•jifACGBEGOR HOT-AIR FURNACES.
ITi Soil by OHADWIQK A BBO.,BItCOND SGont,
fiwta«otstw -. ■ wgis-smoi.
CjPEOIAL NOTICE, " ' w
CT ■ l. 0,, s.' 'Mi' .
.1)33 D I G A T 10 i! i
' ■MINNJJ.IIA-lfA LODGE, NO, 1. ,
> ' < TiViCE NOTICE. '
’ The Member* arohorcby commanded to present tueid-
Bolvca atthe New Hall, N. W. corner Fourth and Wal
nut streets—Entranco on Fourth strcot—Ou MONI)A.Y
EVENING, 7th lust., at eovon .o’clock,' Brother Jno.
B. WfttePa, Gland Commanilor of ,tho Grand Council of
thd State of Missouri, will bo in attendance to officiate
'bn tbo abovo occasion. By Order of tha
Bcs-2t* GRAND COMMANDER.
TINITED; STATES RAILROAD AND
■JJ MINING RKUISTER.—The United States Rail
road aud Mining Register is a journal publishod in phila
delpbla. and aa its homo denotes, is devoted to tho rail
road and industrial interests of the country. Its edi
tor, Thomus S. Fernoni Esq,, is eminently qualified to
conduct a journal of thU description. Having been a
member of the Legislature for a number of years, whore
he made the railroad'interests of Pennsylvania.his
study, and acquired a mastery over them which left
him without a’ Superior or scarcely a rival, no man in
'the State is consequently better adapted to bo useful in
the position that he has chosen. ,
Tho railroad and mining interests of Pennsylvania
are second to thoso of no State in the {lnlon, although
with truo Pequayivania modesty vro U»ye not mgde tho
roost of our achievement* aud advantages by advertising
tliepi to the world. While othejf States have supported
journals of this description, Pennsylvania has been do
lioieut, until Mr Fercou stepped forward and embnrkod
Ills onterprlse and experience in tho work. Wo hopo
that liis success mny equal his most sanguine expecta
tions. Punw/iu RJBhine to ‘subscribe {s2 |»or aunum,]
will address Thome* S-Feruon, No, 42J Walnut street
Philsdelphia. —Harrisburg G Patriot and Union,’'
Sept. 2— ii. J. Jialdeman, Editor and Propfiitor. R#
Her home was but a cottage
ItOilK,
A simple home and small,
Yot swootuesa and affection made
It soom afciiry Hall.— Charles Swain.
LADIES’ JOURNAL, for Soptembor, contaiua this
beautiful Poem. Also tho Poem of •* WINNOWER,”
-by T. Buchanan Read. ThU neWILLUSTiuTEO M ioa
21M8 also contains every month, thrilling and excellent
Stories by tbe best writers, beautifully embellished
with Engravings— tv largo f-olored FASHION PLATE of
authentic fashions, Bounets, Head t)rP sseB > Ac., and
about 25 Deelgns for Needlo-work.
In the umnbot for September, is published two pieces
of cboicoand now Music. “The Echo,” a quartet of
• remarkable beauty, am) “ Tho Ladies’ Smile,” a favor
ite waits, in the opera of THH BRIBES OF VENICE,
arranged for the Ltulics’ Journal.
This is tb£ most useful and entertaining Rfipjodical
uublDbod. .Bold by all dealers. Price IS cents.
BOiTTKBUOO!) If CO., VublUhun, BhilaJa.
The Ladlofl 1 Journal for salo at every store throughout
thofitato. r sefr-It
Edward p. kelly.
. LATB
KELLY A B T n E R ,
Having engaged (he sorvices of
CUAKLJ3S R O T n ,
Distinguished for tho beauty and oxeellenue of Ids
Goods when in tho Tailoring Business, has taken
the Store.
814 OHESTN UT STREET,
AKD HJLB OI'KNED FOH TUB SALK, AT ItKTAIL, OF
CLOTHS, CABSIMERKS, VESTINGS, CRAVATS,
GLOVES, SHIRTS, Acq.,
Of the best tpialltiefl, at moderate prices.
|E?» Tho businof* of KELLY A BROTHER is ro
moved, from this date, to No. 814 CHESTNUT Street,
« here it will bo attended toby EDW’D P. KELLY or
JOHN I*. DOHERTY. seb-ly
JAMES E. CALDWELL & CO.,
No. 432 CHESTNUT. BELOW FIFTH STREET,
Importers of Watches auu Fine Jewelry, Manufactu
rers of Sterling and Staudard Silver Tea Seta, Forks ami
Spoonsj 'BolW'ftgonts for the Bale of Charles Frodshatu’a
nww series* Gold Medal Londou Timekeepers—all tho
sites on haud, price* $250. $275, ami $3OO.
English aud Swiss Watches at tho lowest prices.
Rich fashionable Jewelry.
Sheffield and American Plated 'Wares.
sc6-y
WHO WOULD HAVE A DAGUERREO
TYPE when a Splendid Improved AMIJROT YPE
can bo had lor 50 couts, ami upwards, at tho new Sky
light Rooms J 520 West Market shoot. EVANS, Practi
cal Photographer and Teacher. eos-lt*
Leather— sole and upper, of
alLkiuda; Morocco, Linings, Shoo Findings, and
every article requisite for boot aud shoo making, at the
lowest prices, at No. 1130 MARKET street, below
TWELFTH, Girard Row.
aus-2l<* JOHN F. COMBS.
Shipping.
FOli SAN FRANCISCO—-CALIFORNIA
LlNE.—Direct from Philadelphia
Tho magnificent clipper ship JOSEPH JONES, Sam
uel G. Flowers, commander, is .now loading at Race
streot wharf; having a large part of her cargo engnged
and going on board rapidly, will huvo immediato des
patch.
Shippers Will pleaso hurry their goods alongside with
out delay.
For balance of freight apply to
BISHOP, SIMONS A CO..
ses4tf 30 North Wharves.
IjlOK SAN FRANCISCO—FROM NEW
’
The celebrated clipper ship SANTA CLAUS, Foster,
master; the lungnillcent clipper ship BOSTONIAN,
, master, aro now loading und will have despatch ns
above.
For balnnce of freight apply to
BISHOP, SI MON 9 A CO ,
aeS-dtf so North Wharves.
FOR NEW ORLEANS, La—LOUISI
ANA LINK.—To succeed the barque SARAGOS
SA.
Tho fast-sailing packet ship OT3EONTHE, Win. K.
Maxwell, master, is now ready to receive heavy freight,
and having a largo portinu of her cargo alroady engaged,
and will have quick deapntch.
For freight or passage having elegant accommodations,
apply to BISHOP, SIMONS A CO.,
acS-dtf 30 North Wharves.
NEW ORLEANS-PACK.ET NOTICE—
Louisiana Liijo.—Shippers per barquo SARAGOSSA,
Darr, master, will please hand in their bills of lading
THIS DAY to tho couutlug-houac for signature.
Freight will bo received until high water to-day, (un
less soouor full. BISHOP, SIMONS A CO.,
ge9-U .30 North Wharves.
THE WEEKLY PRESS.
Thorourth Number of Tim Wbhkly Piikss is now
ready for sale at our countor. In the quality and
variety of its contents it surpasses any number yet
iosood, and merits the reputation it has already acquired
Of being tho boat weekly journal published.
IT COJiT.iI.S3
The third number of
TUB FAMILIAR LIFE OF PENNSYLVANIA—A
striking original uarrativo, nhich is attracting great
attention.
TUB SIX GREY POWDERS, by tho author of the
Court Farm—An intensely intonating story.
POETRY.
TIIE MONKS OF THE WKY.
OUT OF TOWN. (Original.)
THE LOCOMOTIVE ENGINE.
THE DIRTH-DAY. (Original.)
CORRESPONDENCE.
JOTTINGS OF TRAVEL, No. 4. (Original.)
TnE ENGLISH HOUSE OF LORDS.
LETTER FROM A SOUTHERNER. (Original.)—An
elaborate exposition of the vlowa held by a portion of
the South in relation to Kansas and the policy of Gov.
Walker.
HIGHLY INTERESTING LETTER FROM NEW
YORK. (Original.) THE CRASH AND HOW NEW
YORKERS TAKE IT—MRS. CUNNINGHAM AND
HER CASE—THE LAWYERS, Ac., Ac.
LETTER FROM LOUISVILLE.—THK U. S. AGRI
CULTURAL PAIR, SCENES ANI) INCIDENTS.
WASHINGTON CORRESPONDENCE.
IMPORTANT TO TUB IRON INTERESTS OF PENN-
SYLVANIA.
THE CIRCULAR OF THE SECRETARY OF THE
TREASURY ON IRON.
CABINET MEETING—TIIE RUMORED REMOVALS
—TIIE NEW BLOOP-OF-WAR—RE-ASSEMBLING
Jfl OF THE NAVAL COURTS OF INQUIRY—AP
POINTMENTS AND RESIGNATIONS—GENERAL
DENVER AND,TIIE INDIANS—THE CONSULATE
fO LIVERPOOL.
NEW PAPER DY JOHN MITCnELL—DEPARTURE
OF TUB SECRETARY OF WAR—THE NAYAL
BOARD-COURTS OF INQUIRY-DEATH OF
CAPTAIN GRELAND—TILE PENSION BUREAU,
fee., Ac.
EX-rREBIDENT PIERCE.
TO READERS AND CORRESPONDENTS.
AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT.—A careful Selec
tion of Valuable Information for tho Fanner.
GENERAL INTELLlGENCE—Coutainlngall tbo News
of tho Week.
NATIONAL CONVENTION OF TEACHERS IN PHIL-
• ADELPIIIA.
ENGLISH REVIEWAL OF AMERICAN POETS.
CHARLES FBNNO HOFFMAN, THE POET—HIS
INSANE FANOIKS.
THE PRESIDENT AND TIIE NEW ENGLAND ME
MORlAL.—lnteresting Correspondence, with Edito
rial Comineuta.
HISTORY.
UNPUBLISHED LETTER OF WASHINGTON.
JEFFERSON’S PORTRAIT OF WASHINGTON.
THE SIZE OF LONDON.
)VmTJS-HEADED, OR BALD EAGLE.
MARRIAGES IN ENGLAND.
RANDOLPH ON TIIE CHOICE OF A WIVE.
ASTOUNDING FACTS IN REGARD TO TOBACCO
CHEWING, SMOKING AND SNUFFING.
VARIETIES.
A FULL AND COMPLETE REPORT OF THE MAR-
KETS.
THE OPENING OF THE CAMPAIGN—GF.NKRAL
PACKER AT YORK.
EDITORIALS.
ROGER B. TANEY.
THE OCEAN TELEGRAPH.
OUR BEAUTIFUL CITY.
NEWSPAPER EXAGGERATION.
ANSWER TO A SOUTHERNER.
MR. GREELEY AND KANSAS.
NEGRO SUFFRAGE IN MINNESOTA.
PROGRESSION.
THE CONFERENCE AT OSBORNE.
THE LONDON TIMES AND SLAVERY.
A DANIEL COME TO JUDGMENT.
FOREIGN NEWS BY THE VANDERBILT.
TnE GREAT REVOLT IN INDIA.
THE FORMATION OP THE FEDERAL CONSTITU
TION.
GOV. WALKER AND THE KANSAS QUESTION.
TRADE.
DR. aiUSWOLD.
DEMOCRATIC FOLIC Y—FREEDO3I FOR THE
WHITE MAN.
OUR GREAT SUCCESS.
NEWSPAPER IMPERSONALITY.
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(2 per yeai*! in advance, for the ainglo copy, and to
clubs of twenty, when sent to one address, $2O, iu ad
vance. Siuglo copies for salo at tho counter of The
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Persona sending clubs of twenty or over will pleaso
bear In mind that the paper thus ordered cannot be
directed to each subscriber, unless the club price </
$1.20 per annum ia paid, and paid t» advance. This
la in accordance with our published rates, and some of
our friends have overlooked it. Our heavy lists compel
us to tdliero this rule.
NBIY FALL CLOAKS,—.Just received at
tho Paris Mantilla and Cloak Emporium, to which
the attention of Ladies and stranpors visiting tbo city,
is respectfully iuvitod. GEO. BULPIN £ Co.,
708 Chestnut street.
NEW FALL CLOAKS, atWholcaalo —Merchants will
find tho largest stock of theso Goods, in tho greatest va
riety of materials and prices, at tho Paris Mantilla and
Cloak Emporium.
Prices low, and tonus liberal,
GEO. BULPIN fc CO.,
got-lra ■ ■ ■/ 708 Chestnut street.
DAVIT) M. HOGAN, BLANK BOOK
Manufacturer, Btatloner ‘ and Printer j No* 418
WALNUT Street. botweeoFourth and- Fifth, - Pbltadeh
phis,-'s'/''''- ■ *■ ■ s sri'liji '
'Mtttsfiineitis:
.OTioNArTHnHIrTO^^
11 above Eighth. - , V ' *
; AoMisstON—SeaW fn Private Box, sq : • Orchestra
Chairs, 75 cents; Dress Circle and Parquet, 60 cents-
Family Circle,-5 cents. Doordopen at?. Tocotnmence
atBK o'clock. 1
Box Offico open from 10 to 4 o’clock, -when sc&ta can
bo secured. ‘ 1 1 - •' 1 '
Stage Manager, . J : Mr. 11. Watkins
THIS (Saturday) EVENING, Bept. 5, will be played
tho favorite Drama of'-J ■ . -
• . H■- DOMBEY AND SOX.
Capt. Edward Cuttlo.... Mr. Burton.
Mrs. Skowton... V.’.V.*'..' /.Mrs.n. Muzzy.
To conclude with the Laughable Farco of
WANTED,
1000 MILLINERS FQR'TUR GOLD DIGGINGS.
Joe 8ag5........,, /.Mr. Burton.
WALNUT STREET THEATRE.—Lns:
»eo, Mr E A. Marshall; Stage Manager, Mr.
JobnSefton. Prices.—Dresft Circle and Parquette, 60
coots; UppcrCircle, 25 cents; Private Box and Orchestra
Beats, 76 ccuts. Box Office open from 9 o’clock A M.
to 3 P. M. Doors open ni 7 o’clock; performance to com
mence at 7Jf. • i ■
, OPENING NIGHT,
This establishment hu 1 been .Newly Decorated and
Painted, the Lobbies New* Carpeted, Papered and Em
bellished, and the Boxes re-fitted and Cushioned. .
MB. AND MRS. JOHN SLOAN,
THI3 (Saturday) EVENING, Sept. 6ib, will be acted
MQctan’a domestic Plav of '
ALL THAT GLITTERS 18 NOT GOLD. .
Slephoul*lum....i. Mr.Bh.well
l'lmn Mr . A'ilecKct
Marth. Oltihs M'llo PoaUl
hady l.oatherlirWau........ Mr.. SiLboe
. To concludo with the Laughable Farce entitlM
808 NETTLES.
Moijs. Tourhillon
Bob Nettles.,,*,
Waddi10v0.,,,,,,,,,,
WHEATLEY* ARCH ST. THEATRE.
VT —SoloLeasee * W. WHEATLEY.
Scale or Prunes. —Orchestra Stalls, 60 cents; Dress
Circle (no extra charge for Secured Seats), 60 cents;
Family Circle and Amphitheatre, 25 cents; Beats in Prl
vato 80xe5,.75 cents ; Whole Private Box, $3; Gallery,
13 cents; Gallery for Colored 25 centa; Pri
vate Jip* In Gallery for Colored peruana, 38 centa.
Box Office open from 10 A. M. until 3P.M.
J. M. B. WUITTON Treasurer.
THIS (Saturday) EVENING, Sept. 6th, will be pre
sented Sbakspeato’s Tragedy of
ROMEO AND JULIET.
Romeo, Mr. Wheatley
Mercutlo.,,,...Mr.Dolman
Juliet., »,Mrs. K. L. Davenport
To conclude with the Comlo'Drama of
TRE GOLDEN FARMER.
The Golden Farmor.,, Mr. Dolman
Jemfny Twltcher. ............'.Mrs, J. S Clark
Elisabeth., ,Mlsa Krami Taylor
ON MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 17th, 1857.
GRAND FAREWELL FESTIVAL
AT LEMON HILL, by Messrs. E. A A. GODARD.
Grand Balloon Ascension and Desoentin Parachute at
6 o’clock.
Grand Illuminated Balloon at? o’clock.
Games and Races, with handsome prizes.
Admission to all 26 cents.
Cliildron above lQyeara.,,., ..»..12)$ “
N. B.—Persons havim; boen disappointed on Thurs
day last by the inclouiency of the weather, which pre
vented the* det.ccut in parachute, will he admitted for
ONE SHILLING on tho prcaoutation of the BADGEof
the last ExhibltlcU- «e6-2t#
miIOMEUF* VARIETIES, N« W. COR.
X FIFTH and CHESTNUT 1 Streets, entrance on
Chestnut.
MUSICAL and TERP3ICUOREAN MELANGE
EVERY EVENING THIS WEEK,
intersporsod with the almost miraculous performance of
SIGNOR FELIX RQOIIEZ,
thiowing real daggers AGAINST A LIVING MAN, end
playing a SOLO on tho FLUTE, when Standing upon a
Pyramid of Wine Decanters.'
Commencing at half-past 7. Admission 10 cents.
scp2-4fc* • ' *
WALNUT STREET THEATRE—Mr.
v T and Mrs. HERMANN YEZIN. from the princi
pal English Theatres, will make thoir first appearance
in America, at tho above Theatre, on Monday evening
next, September Bth. sol-6t#
CfANFORD* OPERA HOUSE—
£9 ELEVENTH Struct, above Chestnut.
Doors open at 7J{ o’clock—to commence at 8.
Admittance 25 centa.
OLORIOUB SUCCESS.
SECOND WEEK cf the great burlesque on the
Opera of
LA TRAVIATA.
Written expressly for this establishment by John Har
rington, Esq.
Tho Manager respectfully announces that in conse
quence of tho immense excitement produced by the
performance of the above burlesque, It will be repeated
MONDAY Evonlng, August 31st, and every evening this
week. Previous to the pioco
ETHIOPIAN MINSTRELSY
BY SANFORD’S OPERA TROUPE
£fjal Notices.
IN TIIE ORPHANS*. COURT OF MONT
GOMERY county, August 18th, 1857. Kotico is
hereby given, to all persons interested in the 'estate of
Mary Aldorfer, late of the township of Lover Salford, In
said comity of Montgomery, deceased, that Abraham,
John, andßonjaiuln Alderfcr have applied to said Court,
by petition, praying for a decree for tho sale of the real
estate of said Mary Alderfcr, deceased. The said Court
have fixed WEDNESDAY, tho 80th day of September,
1857, at 10 o’clock A. M.,ut the Court House, in Norris
town, for all parties interested to appearand show cause,
if any they have, why tho prayer of said petitioners
should not be granted. By order of Hie Court.
j. B. DAVIS, Clerk of the Orphans’ Court,
au2o-dtw
I" N THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS, 1
FOR THE CITY AND COUNTY OF PHILADEL
PHIA, of Docoutber term, 1856. Alias March term', 1857.
No. 15*.
Isabella Josephine Jane, by her next friend, John
Smith, vs. James 51. Juuc.
Now, August 13th, 1857, on motion of R. M. Lee, rule
granted on respondent to show cause why a divorce shall
not be decreed, returnable, on tho third Monday of
September, A, D. 1857.
To James M Juno. Sir, pleaße take notice of the above
rule. R. M. LEE,
au29-2aw2w For Libellant.
TN TIIE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS
A von THE CITY ASD COUNTY OF PHILADEL
PHIA, of Juno Term, 1837, No. 11.
Elizabeth Mooney,by hernext friend, Sami.Reynolds,
vs. George Mooney.
Now, August 13, 1857, on motion of R. M. Lee, rule
granted on respondent to show cause wby a divorce
shall not be decreed, returnable on the thin) Monday of
To George Mooney: Sir, please take notice of the
abovorule.
Sept., A D. 1857. R.M.LF.E,
au29-sAw2w For Libellant.
©cnllcmcn’s -fiirnisljing ©oo&e
WINCHESTER & SCOTT, GENTLE
» » MEN’S yUIINISniNO STORE, nnd PATENT
SHOULDER BEAM &lIIRT MANUFACTORY, No. 706
CHESTNUT Street, above Soventh street, Philadelphia
The attention of Southern and Western Merchants, and
Strangers, is particularly invited to this improved cut of
Shirts, the most perfect fitting article made. At whole
aale and retail, and made to urdor. aus-lyif
Aov Salt mib to £tt.
570 R SALE— A VALUABLE PROPERTY.
—The subhcriber offers for sale his old established
ICE CREAM aud CAKE BAKERY Establishment, with
all the fixtures, No. 920 PINK Street, with a business
that will yield a profit of $5,000 to $O,OOO a year.
For terms, apply on the premises, to
flt‘s-ll# B. W. SHARP.
T7IOR SALE —Tho Stock and Fixtures of a
-i? Grocory Store now doing a good business, if ap
plied for soon, as tho owner Is going South. No. 553
Germantown Road abovo Fifth. e#4-2t*
TO LET—A CLUB ROOM. Apply at tho
STAR HOTEL, Harmony Court. acS*3t*
FOR SALE.—A flrat-class Dwelling and
Lot of Oronnd, on WASHINGTON Stroot east of
SEVENTEENTH Street, FUtoeuth Ward. Lot 20 feet
0 inches by 95 feet. House three stories, double three
story bock back building, and contain! every modern
convenience. Immediate possession. Will bo sold
very low. and but $lOOO cash required, or will be ex«
changed for city loan, or good stock. Apply to
11. C THOMPSON k. G. W.CONAUROB,
ae4-3t* Conveyancers, 933 AIICH Street,
dhqnn OR $6OO BOOK bindery for
wt/W SALE— Sotob yo&rs established, doing a
fair Job business, which can be increased, both blank
aud priuted jobs. Location, 535 Arch street, below
Sixth. Blank books at cost, jobs bound to order.
auglQ-Sw
rrto BE LET.—THE HANDSOME THREE
J- Story Brick Dwelling, No. 8 PORTICO SQUARE,
SPRUCE street, above Ninth, south side.
Apply to 8. & W. WELSH.
au2d-2w* No. 218 South Delaware Avenue.
PRIVATE RESIDENCE IN GLOUCES
TER, N J., FOR SALE, handsomely located and
shaded—Lot, 75 feet by 140. Price, $3,000. Also, Lota
suitable for manufactories, fronting the river. Apply
to C. ROBB, No. 311 South Fifth atroet. au26-lm*
The best books to sell.—Book-
Bcllcrv, Agents and Newsmen will find a quick sale
for those new hand-books, just published—“ How To
Write”—D How To Talk”—“How To Rehavo”—and
“How To Do Busiuesa ” Price, free by mail, only
Thirty Cents each, or the four in paper, $l. Com
plete in ono largo gilt vol., $1.60, now ready. Try them.
Address FOWLER & WELLS, 308 BROADWAY, New
York, or FOWLER, WELLS & CO., 022 CHESTNUT
Btroet. Philadelphia. ses-d2t&wy2t*
NH\\ r TREATISE ON LAND SURVEY
ISOC.& T. BIDDLE,No. MS MlNORStreet,
have in press, and will publish on or about tho 15th
instant, a TREATISE ON SURVEYING, by Simcel
Alsop, author of “ A Treatise on Algebra,” Ac. In tho
above mimed work tbo subject is presented in its practi
cal as well as itri theoretical relations; tho theory
being comprehensively and plainly elucidated, and the
directions for practice being dofinfte and precise. Tho
work is designed for tho use of Schools aud of Practical
Surveyors. ue4-2t
Revised edition of lyman’s
HISTORICAL CHART AND QUESTION BOOK—
Containing in a most attractive form the prominent
oventa of the CIVIL, RELIGIOUS, and LITERARY
HISTORY of the WORLD. It will be fouud one of the
most complete methods of irupartiug Historical informa
tion. By its uso iu families, the reading of any work on
History will bo rendered much moro interesting and
profitable, and to Teachers ono of the most invaluable
aids Retail price $1.60. Just published by
MOSS, BROTHER, & CO’
(New) No. 10 South FOURTH St.
Copies sont freo of postage on receipt of price. se2-Gt
(■'IOAST PILOT.—IN PRESS AND WILL
J SOON BE PUBLISHED, the following etandard
Books, vis: Blunt’s Coast Pilot. 36th edition; Row
ditch’s Navigator,27th edition; Shipmaster’* Assistant,
9th edition. ’
Wo invito attention to our new Spring Centre Com
passes, which answer for either light or heavy weather,
and aro especially adapted for steamers, and Towels
whore tho motion is considerable. They require fewer
repairs than auy compass uow In use.
Marino Opera Glasses of auperlorquallty. Spy Glasses,
Aneroid and Mercurial Barometers, Thermometers,
American, French and English Sextants, Octants, Quad
rants, Azimuth Compasses, Rlnaelee, Log Glasses, and
al» kinds of Nautical Instruments and Rooks, constantly
on baud. ' v
Also, Charts of all parts of the world from the Utcsi
and host authorities.
Agenta for Rogers’ Araorlcnn Code of Signals, Deni’s
Chronometers and Oompu.»eii, and for Abbott’s lloro
mstrr, and an instrument Tor working o n 6 problems in
Nautical Astronomy by simpio inspection and with per.
Tect accuracy. They haro received the approrsl of ei
periencod shipmasters, and have been adopted by the
V. B.Navy. E. * O. W. IILUNT.
aulB-lm» No. IT9 Water Streot.
Henderson & co ,B great liter
ARY FAIR, FIFTH and ARCH streets.
l ln order to gratify tho wishes of our numeroos pa
trons, and induce tho book-buying publlo to fill up their
libraries at the usual low prices, wo inteud to preuontto
every purchaser of books to the amouut of $1 and up
wards, a Gift In value of from 25 coats to $lOO. Call at
our establishment, look at our valuable stock, and aoloct
for yourselves' ' ,
Recollect yon are not buying at ehanee, for every pur.
chaser gets hi* hooka at tho usual price, and very many
will get, in addition, a present worth having. au2l-3m
Evans* great gift book sale,
No. 335 CHESTNUT Street. N.D.—No connec
tion with any other house In tho City. aul-3m
Thomas - e. Baxter.— hardware,
OCTLBRY AND TOOtS, No. 910 MiSKKT 81.,
pbof. Ninth, sodth il4(,’f bllMil|>hi». •
• 1 .. .'n , . ■ 'iv.f it -;n fi i
For assembly.-Joseph keyser',
FIItST I'fIUCINCT,: FIFTEENTH WARD. Snli
jeet to Democratic rules. ‘ '' ses-2t*
ASSEMBLY—
JOaUUA T. OWEN,
• ' - .Twenty-second Ward—Sixteenth District,
Subject to DombcratfcruleS. " ’ , eei-Stfr
pOiTASSEMBLY— iY: . ,■ "T’*
e WILLIAM j! ASiIE. * .
Sxvextkkktii Ward, 13th. District.
bubjeet to Dtntoetatic Rvlti.- Sel-lw*
K*OB ASSEMBLY— ' ' ' !
JOHN M. WKLLS,
!T-» ov S . ? n l District-Second Ward. ; •
U-T Subject to Democratic BuUg, au 28-10t*
I^UOTHONOT
. . ART OP THE DISTRICT
COURT,J°HN P. M-PADDEN, of Third Ward'
Subject to tho rulea of the Democratic Partp. aul-tf
G'OH ASSEMBLY—JOSEPH J.KEEFE.
l —Second Legislative Diitrict, Second Ward
to the decision of the Democratic Convention,
anO-d toB
For recorder of deeds.-—t. b.
TOWN, fourth Ward. Subject to Democratic
ruloe. au2o-dtSB
For clerk or quarter sessions
'—WILLIAM BAFFIN, First Ward. Subject to
pemocratio Rules. au2o-UepS#
KECORDEH OF DEEDS—ALBERT D.
UOILKAU, Sixteenth Ward. Subject to Demo*
cratic Buies. auglS-dtaepS*
Fob prothonotary of the dis
trict COURT, WM. M. REILLY, of First Ward.
Subject to Democratic Rules. au!7*dUeS»
■ Mr. JohnSefton
..Mrs. John Sloan
...Mr.John Sloan
For assembly-joun h. brady,
Eighth War I—Seventh Legislative District. Sub*
ject to Democratic rules. au!s-tsepB*
CLERK OF QUARTER SESSIONS,
SAMUEL U. THOMPSON, Sth Ward. Subject to
the Rule, of the Democratic l’artjr, Mil wflts US*
XJROTHONOTARY OF THE DISTRICT
A COUUT.—WM. LOUGIILIN,Second Ward. Sub
ject to Democratic rolea. . au!s-Sep7*
FOR ASSEMBLY— EDWIN SMITH,
NINTH DISTRICT, TWELPTH WARD. Subject
to Democratic Rules. au!4#
FOR ASSEMBLY—Second District, TEH
RAN I. COOK, Secoud ffwd. Subject tu Deiuocratio
Bnl6 »- , aul2-tC* '
CLERK OF QUARTER SESSIONS—
JOSEPH CROCKETT, Sixteenth Ward. Subject
to Democratic Rules. au!2*4w#
For recorder* of deeds—thos.
J. HEMPHILL, Tenth vrard, Vine street, above
Eighth. Subject to Democratic rniea. aulQ-lra*
For assembly—third district—
JBANKLIN MftILVAiN, SubjMfc to Demccntlo
&aB-dtspB
CIOR CORONER—DR. FEODORE MIER-
L SON. Fifth 'Ward. Subject to Democratic Buie*.
auß-lmv
1?OR PROTHONOTARY OF THE DIS
• TRICT COURT, LEWIS T. WEARS, of TwelfA
Ward. Subject to Democratic Rules. auS-lm*
PROTHONOTARY OF THE DISTRICT
COURT, GEORGE F. MEEBEB, Twenty-second
Ward. Subject to Democratic Rules. au4-tScB
FOR ASSEMBLY—FIRST DISTRICT—
JOSEPH H. DONNELLY, First Ward. Subject
to decision of the Democratic Convention, anl-sw#
FOR ASSEMBLY—THIRD DISTRICT.—
DAVID R. McLEAN, Fourth Ward. Subject to
Democratic Rules. aul-taeB*
FOR RECORDER OF DEEDS—
CHARLES M. MILLER,
Fourteenth Wprd,
Sabjeot to Democratic Rules, on atu t sed
FOR RECORDER OF DEEDS—GEORGE
W. WUNDER, Thirteenth Ward. Subject to De
mocratic Rules. aul-fiw*
l?OR RECORDER OF DEEDS—N. F.
JL WOOD, Thirteenth -ward. Subject to Democrats,
rules. au3-te*
CLERK OF QUARTER SESSIONS.--
GEORGE SIMPSON, THIRTEENTH WARD.—
Subject to Democratic Rules. ault*epB
IVffISS BONNEY AND MISS DILLAYE
J.TJL will RE-OPEN their BOARDING AND DAY
SCHOOL at 1815 CHESTNUT Street, on MONDAY, Sep
tember 14th.
Revs. 11. A. Bcardman, Di D., Philadelphia; David
Malin. do; C. Wadsworth, D. D., do; 51. G. Clark, do;
J. Newton Brown, D. D., do; Wm. B. Jacobs, do; Wm.
Blackwood; D. D., do: A. Converse, D. D., do; John
Leyburn, I). D., do; James 11. Cuthbert, do; Wm. T.
Uranttej, D. D,. do; E. B. Cheney, do; William Brad
ford, New York city; A. D. Gillette. D. D., do; R. Bab
cock, D. D., do; It. Fuller. D.D., Baltimore; George W.
Eaton, D. D., Hamilton, New York; G. Keiuntcn, North
East, New York; Thomas R&mbaut, Cassville, Georgia;
Howard Malcom, D D., Lewlsburg, Pennsylvania; John
S. Hart, Llj. D., Philadelphia; Paul T. Jones, Esq,, do;
Col. A. G. Waterman, do; Caspar Morris. M. D.. do;
Robert A. Kzell, Esq., Marshall, Texas; John 11. Sem
plu, Esq., Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; James Edmunds,
£sq., do. do; George \T. Jackson, Esq., do, do; John U.
Raymond, IL. D., Brooklyn. New York; Mayson Bray*
son, Esq., Chicago; Hon. George W. Bradford, nomec,
Now York; Stephen D. Diilaye, Esq., New York city;
Hon. Daniel S. Dickinson, Bloghamton, New York.
soplOm
THE WEST PHILADELPHIA INSTI
TUTE FOR YOUNG LADIES—WALNUT Street,
south side, between William and Till streets.
This excellentSemiuary wiU open, as usual, on the
Ist September. It is delightfully located in a situation,
which coinbines the advantages of country air and ex
ercise with proximity to the city. The health, moral
and personal comfort of the boarding pupil* aro the
apodal care of the indefatigable principals, Mr. and
Mrs. Rkbd, who devote every effort to render ioelnati
tute a home as well as a school/ both for boarders and
day pqpits. The terms are moderate, considering the
many adjutage* offered, being only |2is per,annum for
boarding pupils. The system of instruction embraces
the whole scope of mental training, and the best mas
ters have charge of the various departments of lan
guages, rauaic,drawing, paiuting, Ac ; the object being
to furnish a really Bound education to the pupil from the
commencement to the completion of all studies to which
the female mind can applr itself. For further particu
lars apply to the principals, Mr. and Mrs. Rkbd, at the
above address.
We cordial!/ recommend the above Institnte to all pa
rents desirous of providing* real!/ sound and good edu
cation for their daughters. Mrs. Kesd has had upwards
of jei'entrtn/ears’ experience, and her system of tuition
has been ominenttj and uniformly successful in forming
accomplished pupils.
Joseph Kki.v, West Philadelphia.
Boros IiicKSBLL, M. 8., “
A. Coxykbss, D. D., Philadelphia,
llaxar W. Woons. West Philadelphia.
K. D. Bau*dbbs,' Professor Baunders’ Institute. W. P.
I most heartily coucur in the aboie recommendation,
and thtuk any pareut highly favored to have a daughter
under Mrs. Hkkd’s training and instruction.
CUB.D. CLEVELAND,
003 Clinton street.
CRITTENDEN* PHILADELPHIA COM
MERCIAL COLLEGE, S. E. corner of SEVENTH
and CHESTNUT Stroots. Second and Third Stories.
BOOK-KEKPINO. PENMANSHIP, every style.
COMMERCIAL IIAWS AND FORMS.
COMMERCIAL CALCULATIONS.
LECTURES, Ac.
Each Student has individual instruction from compe
tent and attentive? Teachers, under the immediate
supervision of the Principal.
One of the Beat Penmen in the Country ha* charge of
the Writing Department.
Please call and flee Specimens and get a Catalogue of
Terms, Ac. teSlra
HEMAN ALLEN, A. M., isprepared to
receive a limited number of pupils on the Violin,
or on the Piano, and to play Vloliu parts or accompani
ments with advanced pianists. Apply «t the residence
of his father. Professor ALLEN, N0*215 South Seven
teenth Street. Circulars, with terms and references,
at O. ANDRE A Co.’s, No. 1104 Chestnut St.
ST. MARK* EPISCOPAL ACADEMY
LOCUST Street, west of BIXTEKNIU, will be
opened on MONDAY, September 7th, at 0 A. 21.
The Principal will bo in attendance at the Academy
during the first week in September, between 9 A. SI. and
2P. 21., to receive applications for admission. Circu
lars may be hod of Mr. HILL, Sexton of St. Mark’s
Chunk, or at the Academy.
• au29-2w# J. ANDREWS HARRIS, Principal.
SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES, SOUTH
WEST CORNEROF ARCH AND TENTH STREETS.
The pupils in this Institution will be instructed io all
the branche-iof a thorough English Education, and every
facility for the acquirement of knowledge provided for
them.
The discipline will be a careful pointing onward and
upward.
The school-year is divided into two terms, of five
monthseach, commencing first of Ninth Month (Sep
tember,) and first of Second Month (February.)
First Department, per term of fi.ru months $15,00
Second “ *♦ “ 20.00
Third “ “ “ 15 00
Fuel. &c., per term., . JL ._I.CO
Philadelphia, 1857.
REFERENCES:
Thomas Kiruber, J. D. White, M. D.,
Samuel Dettic,Jr., Benj. 8. Janney, M. D.
Martnaduko C. Cope, Robort K. Wright,
William Bottle, Thomas D. Smith,
Thomas Wistar, George Griscom,
Anthony P Morris, William ¥. Pittiehl,
Joshua 11, M rr'u, David Yandenroer,
Uriah Hunt, William B. Thomas.
au2s*lm.
SUPFLEE’S INSTITUTE FOR YOUNG
LADIES, (boarding and day pupils.) N. W. corner
ELEVENTH aucl GREEN streets. Fifth session will
open on September "th. Beat reference given, in
cluding all prexont and former patrons. au2o-tf
SPRING GARDEN ACADEMY FOR
YOUNG MEN AND BOYS, N E. corner EIGHTS!
ami BUTTONWOOD streets. Professors of the highest
qualifications employed. Catalogues containing fnll
Particulars, pupils’ names, testimonials, Ac., can be
ad oti application.
an2s-tt F. DONLUAVY LONG, Principal.
Hall or st. james the less,
PHILADELPHIA.
A FAMILY HOARDING SCHOOL FOR ROYS.
Usv. B. It. Smtser, Jlkctor.
The Annual Session will begin ou TUESDAY, Sep
tember 1.
Circulars maybe obtained at the Book store of H.
HOOKER, S W. corner EIGHTH ami CHESTNUT, or
of the Rector, Post Office, Falls of Schuylkill, Phila
delphia. aul7*6tn
MRS. BARTON’ B BOARDING AND
DAY SCUOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES, No 1929
CHESTNUT Bt., below Twentieth, will re-open on the
SECOND MONDAY in September. aul9-Cw*
IVOTHING SONEEDFUL TO ENABLE
1" persons, male and female, to gain a share of this
world’s goods and comforts as a
BUSINESS EDUCATION.
LEIDY BROTHERS’ BUSINESS ACADEMY,
Nos. 1« and 150 SIXTH Street, near RACE,
will re-opeu on MONDAY. SEPTEMBER Ist, for fall
and winter Studies, embracing a knowledge of
'WRITING, BOOK-KEEPING AND ARITHMETIC
by simplified methods, in u short time,
THE LElDY'Stake pleasure in saying, that daring
tho part year a largo number of persous acquired a
BUSINESS EDUCATlON,enabling many to secure pro
fitable Situations, and others to prosecute their business
operations successfully. au22-3m.
Dancing academy.— naylor &
DAUGHTER’S DANCING ACADEMY, TENTH
and SOUTH streets, commencing TUESDAY, September
1, 1857. The subscribers, in offering this prospectus to
the dancing community, respectfully acknowledge their
kindness during past seasons, and pledge themselves
that nothing shall be waatiog on their part to make the
coming season surpass in brilliancy that of former
years.
Mr* N. and Daughter have, with untiring exertions,
added to tholr already full list of fashionable dances,
many new ones, which will be Introduced during the
season.
For Children—Tuesday and Saturday Afternoons from
3to 5 o’clock; for Ladies and Gentlemen—Tuesday and
Saturday Evenings from 7 till 10 o’clock. ru 274Jdi
Refined sugar and syrup.—
C. DONOfInUB, 16 South WATER Street, offer*
for sale 8,000 barrels of various grades, at greatly re
duced cash prices. se4-3t*
Welcome range.—sold by chad-
WXC* ft O,VttN. MO St. fiolMa.
Ebiuntioual
REFERENCES.
TERMS
HARRIETT BROWS.
DAYS OF TUITION,
~ fiestanrmtt*. 1
o »U . QUARTERS.) ' ' •
South-east corner FIFTH and QUEEN Streets,
Be P3 lmo Philadelphia.
]Y|EHGHANTS» HOTEL,
XIJL NORTH FOURTH STREET,*
Abotjb Maimt,
PHILADELPHIA. ••
, McKIBBEN A SONS, PaoranrroM.
CLINTON PLACE HOTEL. BROAD
TV AY, corner of EIGHTH, street NewToric.
THIS ELEGANT MODERN ESTABLISHMENT is
now open zor the reception of guests, la the Bnrotman
style. " •' ;
SINGLE BOOMS from 60 cents to $1 per day SUITS
of ROOMS far Families, from *1 60 to $lO per day The
MEALS served at aU hours by the CARD, at moderate
rates.
O. J. MACLELLAN {*{ long and favorably known to
the patrons of Jones' and the United BUtea Hotel,
Philadelphia,”) Is associated* In the management, and
has especial charge of the Catering Department. Every
attention feu been paid to make the organisation per*
feet, am! our patrons, and the travelling poblle
In general, may rest aastirred that no effort shall he
wauting to make the CLINTON worthy the favor which
we hereby respectfully solicit.
aus-ltn*
SCOTT HOUSE—Corner of I twin Street
and ItoquMae War, Pittlbewh. B. D. MABKBB.
Proprietor. mlMta
iMints onij tiqnors.
OOKT WINE.—In bond and entitled to de-
X. bentaro.2so cult. St. Joaopb’, For. join Port
Wine, in qra. and eighths.
Ten pnncheoni John Kamitjr Iil»r Melt Scotch Whia
key, 2 years old
.Fifty pipes Anchor Gin.
Msrett, JlArUrl, Bouvet, and J. I Dupuy Brandi ee. all
t>f which I offer to the trade at reduced prices.
. JO3. F. TOBIAS,
»u27-3mo» S 8 and SO S. Front St., below Webent.
EP. MIDDLETON & BRO-, IMPORT
• XK3 of iIRiNDLES, 4c.; alw, agents
and sole proprietors of the old wheat WHISKEY.
No. 6 North FRONT street.
A LEXANIXEK V. HOLMES, WINE AND
xm. LIQUOR STORE. No. 226. Southeast Corner of
GEORGE and SOUTH Streets. s«l-lr
C l. LEWIS, IMPORTER AND DEALER
• IN FINE WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS, Ac., Bft
South FIFTH street, Philadelphia. * Ul-ly
Brandies.— Pmet, c&stiiioß & Co., m&*
reH A Cd., and otherbrands of Cognacs of vanouf
Tintagw, in half pipes and quarter casks: Pallevoisin
Rochellei lirandies, pale and dark, in halfpipes, quarter
cuks and one-eighth casks, all In Custom House stores,
unported and for sale by ’
„ „ EKNRT BOHIKN A GO.,
No*. 531 aad 233 South fourth itrMt,
& BUTZ, PORTER, ALE
AND LAGER BEER BREWERY, No. 620 mew
No. 938) North THIRD Street, Philadelphia.— Shipping
orders promptly attended to. aal tx
Salta bjj Suction.
* ■ 461 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 e«U one of the fiantOdko*
tious of Modern European Picture* ever offered im this
City, including choice and beautiful Landscape*, Marine
and Coast View*, Figure pieces, Interiors, and a great
variety of elegant and interesting subject*, aU finished
in the finest style, being mostly originals by celebrated
artists. In the Collection wUi also be found a number
of exceedingly correct Copies, after the‘o!4 Masters,
taken from the originals withexquisitecare tbd beauty.
AU the Pictures have been framed in rich gold gilt
Frames, made Expreesly to suit each picture, and all
being in perfect order, are fit ornaments with which to
adora the parlor, galleir, or drawing room. The whole
of this superior Collection tQ[ bo open for
all day on FRIDAY and SATURDAY preceding the Bale,
and in the Evening until 10 o’clock, when the T
and Gentlemen are inrited to examine them with Qatar
loguea prior to the time of Bale.
SALE POSITIVE.
Parties from a distance can bare their pictures pecked
on the spot so as to be sent with perfect eafety
PEREMPTORY SALK OF EMBROIDERIES, SHAWLS
*AND MILLINERY GOODS, BY CATALOGUE ON
A LIBERAL CREDIT.
WEDNESDAY NEXT,
Commencing at 10 o’clock precisely, we will mJ],
without reserve, a large and valuable assortment of
French and Scotch Embroideries, nhawls and Milliner* 1
goods of recent importation, suited to present sales; In
cluded will be found Cambric, Jaconet, Book and Swiss
Collars, Cambric and Jaconet Flouncing* and Bands,
Gauntlet Sleeves, Chemsiiites and Habits, Cambric!
Book, Jaconet and Swiss Seta, Ladies and Gents’ Linen
Cambric Handkerchiefs. '
BONNET AND TRIMMING RIBBON.
Also, Silk Velvet and Pouitde Sole Bonnet Ribbons
SHAWLS.
Also, Paris printed Cashmere long and square Shawls.
Broche Log Shawls, plaid wool long Shawls.
, Also, Ladies patent woven Corsets, hooped Skirts
Also, Thread, Laces, Inserticga and -Edgings, Nets,
silk Blondes. * *
ARTIFICIALS.
Al*o, 100 cartons Frsoeh Artificials, latest styles.
The whole will be arranged for examination with Cata
logues, early on the morning of sale, when the trade and
purchasers generally will find it to their Interest to at
tend.
CARD.—We respectfully- announce that the extensive
and valuable collection of Oil Paintings, to be sold
without reserve on blonder neat, la imaged for exsnu*
nation, with catalogues.
Included will be lound many excellent prod actions of
favorite aod well haown artists, who have selected this
medium for their disposition.
PINE SCRIPTURE PIECE,
E 7“ Evidently an original.
Iha Holy Family,a large and trathfn] repmsaatalion.
evidently aa Original, baling coat * high ram, U to ha
aojdj by order of tha Admtmatrator, for tha moat it will
Adialrcra of tha Fiaa Arts, aarl oar cithern gvaaially,
will ftnd tho collection worthy their critical uupacUoi.
Be 5-lt r
Moses kathaks, auctioneer
AND TOMItbHION UABCUAKI, A S
BIXIU iiml RAGB Slmti.
o? SKCONO-RAND AS© NEW PTTBNITUEE,
ON FRIDAY MORMNO oeit.Bept 11th, it lOo'dockJ
At the E. wrner of BlXTE'and RACK Streets
Consisting in part ©r Spring Seat Parlor chair*. Mar.
bio.top Sideboard*, Maible-top iUqaet Table*. Cvte-
Scat Chairs, Mahogany Cart Table*. Walnut Centra
Tables, Plush Divans and Chain, Cao**eat Rocking
Chairs, Stuffed Rocking Chain, Imperial Carpet*. GUt
Frame oral and square fancy-top French Plat* Mirror*
Fine Feather Beds, Mattresses, Jenny Lind fll/h Pen
anil other Bedsteads, Walmt Criha, Cherry Breakfast
Tables, Windsor Chair* and Settee*. Secretary X>Mka
and Book-cases and numerous other articles
NATHAN'S PRINCIPAL LOAN OFFICE,
S. B. Corner of Bilth and Streets,
Where money willbe loaned on gold end silver plate
Watches, Jewelry, Diamonds, Clothing, Dry Goods.
Groceries, Segar*, n&rtwire, Cutlerv, Furniture, Be£
ding, Hones, Vehicles, Harness, Stocks, and on ail ar
ticles of Talue for any length of time agreed on, on mar*
satisfactory and liberal terms than at any other
'“ballot . (iei] M.-NATHANS,
NATHAN 3 great sale of FORFEITED GOODS will
take place in a lew days. Dae notice will be given
Wliim’3 great sale of forfeited Watches, Jewelry,
Guns. Pistols, Muamsl Instruments, Ac., will take plane
nhortly. Due notice will be giren.
WEliB’S great sale of Dl7 Goods, Clothing, Bedding,
Ac., being forfeited collaterals, will take shortly.
Due notice will be giren.
JOHN BAVUS, AUCTXONKKH—No.
AUOU Street, between Third and Fourth Street*.
SALKS EVERY EVENING, *t J o'clock,
Of Boot*, Shoe*. Hardware, Cutlery, Watches, Jew
elry, Hosiery, Whip*, Trank*. Fancy Good*. Notions.
Ac., Ac. '
N. B —Term* of Night Sale*, four month*’ credit for
approved city acceptance*, for aamiofglOO and with In
terest added from date of sale. sepl-lm
George w. smith, acctioneeS,
N. £. corner of BARSON and SOUTH Streets,
above Second.
EVENING SALKS.
SALES KVEttl aAi’UltUAk EVENING,
At 1)4 o’clock, at the Auction Store, of Hstdware, QwtS
lery, Housekeeping Article*. Clothing, Wstshes, Jewel
ry. Fancy Articles, &e. .
S" AMUEL NATHANS, AUCTIONEER,
and MONEY LOAN OFFICE, No. US South
THIRD Street, below Walnut, opposite Pear it., only
eizht doors below the Eichange.
Hours of bu*ine*a front 7 o’clock, A. X., until 19
o’clock in the evening.
Out-door sales, and sale* at the Auction House, at
tended upon the moat satisfactory term*.
CAPITAL 9200,000.
BsUilUlud/cr tx< la,l thirty Y.orx.
Advances made from one dollar to thouaaadi os Di*
raoode, Silrer Plsto, Watches, Jewelry, Hard ware, Her
cheadlie, Clothing, Yaroituxo, Bedding, Oigsrt, Uaaieal
lostrameals, Gone, Home, Carrie™, and Goods of
every description.
All good* tan remain any length of time sgteed
npou.
All advances, frem one hundred dollars and onwards
will b® charged 2 per cent, per month: $5OO and over,
the lowest market rate.
Tbi* Store House having a depth of 120 feet, ha*large
flro and thief-proof vaults to store all valuables, and pri
vate watchtueu lor the premises; also, a heavy um
ranee cfiected for the benefit of all persons having goods
advanced upon.
N. B.—On account of having an unlimited capital,
this office is prepared to make advance* on more
f*ctory and accommodating terms thaw nr other la
this city.
Money advanced to the poor, in small amounts, with
oat any charge.
AT PRIVATE SALE.
Gold Patent Lever and other Watehe*, Jewebr, sad
Clothing will b« sold at redneed price*. ani-Iy
§ats, Caps, &c.
CULLENDER & PASCAL,
HATTERS,
No. 3 8. SIXTH itreet* Philadelphia.
WP. TVARBURTON, FASHIONABLE
• lUTTKR, No. 430 CHESTNUT Btrut, txlo*
Fifth, Philadelphia. «04-lmrp
('IOUNTKY COLLECTIONS
J promptness and at tha usual rate*. by
DAVIS & BIRNEY.
No. n J> Booth THIRD Stmt, Philadelphia.
They invite attention to their unequalled facilities for
the adjustment of controversies in ail parts of the
United States and Canadas, and collecting and securing
MERCANTILE CLAIMS,
afforded by their thorough organisation,* haring local
agents iu every settled county in the Union, and by pros
perous associate offices in
Boston, Louisville, Dubuque,
New York, St. Louis, Detroit,
Baltimore, Cincinnati, Bt. Paul's,
■Washington, Bittsburgh, Milwaekie,
Charleston, Chicago, Memphis,
Mobile, New Orleans, Savannah.
Bach local office controlling its own collections, and
having daily business connections with the moat reliable
and experienced attorneys in the country.
They also have superior facilities for collecting drafts
and rajturing paper at points not accessible to Banks
auJ Bankers, njid Remittances are promptly mads by
their correspondents for commissions that exceed but
sliehtly the current rate of exchange.
By the aid of intelligent correspondents, they are able
to have Land Warrants located, claims adjusted, titles
examined, in all parts of the West. aal-tathis-lm
NO MOKE PILES—XO MORE PILES.
DR. CHARLES KEIINITZ, Iron P.\ri* and Lon
don, is in poweasiim of a wmMr which will cure radi
cally this painful Jismso, however protracted ani ob
stinate it may bo. The first proacriptiouarroaU all pain
as if bymagfe, and three dais’ treatment effects a eom
pletecure. No charge will Ua made if the remedy fail*
All diseases cured, lie is also the inventor of a liquid
for nourishing the growth of the hair, and removing
baldness, tho efficacy of which ho fully guaranties.
I,«wii PishbUtt cured of piles.
Apply at 0'23 LOCUST street, near the Unitarian
Chareh. vcl-lm
GTBAUI) KIKE AND HAHINK INSUR
ANCE COMPANY, PHILADELPHIA—OffIae, Ho.
302 WALNUT atroet, west of THIRD
“JIBE BISKS ONLY TAKEN.”
■ „ - , BIUOTOM.
Wm. M.Sweln, see. Welker,
John Anspach, Jr., Jno. McClure,
11. N. Burroughs, Tho. CreTrn.
J B. Hughe,, A.S.Oillett,
f • u* onerman, Forman Sheppard,
y™. P. Becker, Sami. Jones, AID , .
H.suSffi&M, Jeseph KUpp, M. li.
__ _ Hen. J$2L JONKS, President.
Hon, G. W. WOODWARD, Vita President.
. . _ . J»o. 8, UcilCLLis, Secretary.
B. Aiyow, Aiftlstact fiemtoy,
WINANT t CO,