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    September 10,1867.
"- lII# salesof Stookito-day shew a Blight improremeat
J io Beading iteilroid' and Pennsylvania Railroad shares,
• but no change for the better in other securities, and we
if, .presume non* is to'be looked for until wore ewe is felt
. iii'dihe market. We' learh that sales of good
’ . Jiaper Coritinue fobetoade at IJ{ to coat, a month;
' the secontoatt signatures finding few purchasers at any
price. -* r
to z
As s general rule, Banks act upon the doctrine of the
faraoiis roUier of Mansfield, who cared for übbody—no,
.hot he—beciUKenobodyc&red for he; but it is due to
- the Banks of this city to record that while they hare
‘ t , . been obliged to pat themselves into a safe position In
t rlew of the troubles in Wall street, and while they hare
j - • been seriously hampered in their efforts to th** end by
'' our own’ merchants; who have, in too many cases, been
' 1 ' ’ .tempted to buytheir own paper, sent oror here for sale
,% ■ i by.tha New.Ydtk Bahka. themselves, who drew gold for
every dollar of the proceeds; yet, notwithstanding ail
this, out- iianks "hive, in many cases, extended'liberal
aid where U would beeffectiye and was deserved, and
1 • hare cxertod themselves generally to mitigate the evil
effects of the eddden contraction.
The atekmeafrom Boston to'ok only $5,600 in specie.
The California steamer will not probably arrive until
Monday, as she touches at Havana.
The New York lYiAtwe of this morning says: The
dullness of Exchange, and the tightness in the money
maiket, precludes the probability of any immediate
resumption of specie shipments. It is the settled
policy of the Banks to keep'the money market for the
present sufficiently stringent, to prevent the foreign
drain. These institutions, are/daily strengthening
.. • themselves In coin, and some feeling strong are dis
posed to relax their sharp contraction, and loan nearly,
T if not quite, their receipts. There is a much improved
feelijg among bank officers, and some of them appear
confident that they will beable to maintain their pres
~ E ent line of loans.' Some of the largest banks are lend*
lug rather more than their receipts, and accommodating
dealers to the fullest extent conslstenfcwith their
owu safety. The up-town banks, we hear, have assumed
*' position, and thc exchangoa Olearing
‘ . House to-day, passed Toff without difficulty. One bank
iin the street is so strong, that it offered to loan other
•banks $200,000 in coin.
Experience can never be infallible, because events
are constantly unlike one another; yet there is no
teacher so good as she, and none to whose lessons we
should give more heed. Wo are happy, therefore, to
find that the thinking minds of the country are already
devising means to prevent a recurrence of the financial |
k . troubles wqbave undergone fromafcitmlar cause here
after,while thq leading raU'roadcompaniesare Setting
atone* about the most obvloiu-of thd necessary re
t* forms, -‘(to exchange says: “Itwitl be essential with ,
all new railroad cotnpamos", as well aa with all existing
’ ones, to create -a; liberal sinking fund, the avails or
■ which shall fin due course liquidate their bonded
and floating debts. This is provided for b/ law in the
BtatesofMissoarl'ana Tennessee, and the sama princi
. pie should be rigidly adopted in Ohio,. Indiana, New I
York, Illinois, and other States. When this is done,and
b a company can show a surplus of revenue,afterpaying its
, running expenses, interest or debt, and the annual appro
priation of at, hast one- per cent, of its revenue to the
,• floating debt, then its stock in the market will be sought
for at-a premium, Instead of being-'hawked about for
* or hypothecation in the market. The sinking fund
i r&*y Indeed be considered as the corner stone of railroad
credit, and, strange to say, is overlooked by railroad con
- reniions that meet to consider the , “ways and means”
. to sustain the railroad system and make.it more availa
ble for the Wants of the people. The railroad interests
. one of the most important in the wfaolo Union.
. • '-From the Baltimore Sun of to-day we learn that the
articles of reform, proposed, by the officers of the four
great lines,"the Baltimore and Ohio, the Pennsylvania
Central, the New York'and BWj and the New Yoik Gen
, tral, were submitted to the board yesterday during its
• session, andVero acquiesced. In so. far as the Baltimore
and Ohio Company is, concerned, by an almost unani
mous vote.o One of the main requirements of the articles,
It is understood,4a a general advance of 15 per cent. in.
through rates of freight and-- passenger fare, to go into
.offec; on the inst., on all the roads in question,
which must necessarily effect all the con
necting lines. The general freight agents, one belong
ing to each road, are now engaged jointly in arrenging
, the toil-aheeta on this beefs. Other articles of the pro
c posed reform require a reduction of speed, which nf
-4 f««t« mainly the “ llghtuing lines” of the New York
the abolition of all free passes, even so far as to
exclude the officers and operatives of one road 1 from
j .passing gratuitously over -another; the dispensing with
all runners and solicitors of .business for the severer
toads at different points; the abolition of ’commissions |
to such ageats and others, 4c.
This Bt.|kmlri AepuMtcanof the Bthsays: “There
j very, little excitement in financial circles yesterday
* 60(1 the demand for money fell off. At the close the de
poelta in several of.tho banking institutions had censid
‘ erably increased; and aa merchants are coming in from
thsbountryand settling their balances, the probability
_, is that money will continue to get easier.
- 1 S "The Exchange Bank and the Bank of Bt‘ tuuii will
V go into Operation by the first of next month ”
The, Milwaukee Daily Wisconsin of the 7th instant,
aays:/ 4 Our banks are not only in a sound conditien,
•but are unusually easy—no difficulty is shown Indie
counting all the good paper that is offered. The Banks
are r thus wisely prepared to expand when iho autumn
business and the movement of. the crops require a large
increase of banking facilities.' Though prices bf pro
duce are not high, the crops must come to market, ax
debts canne longer be postponed, and this msvemont
''jwti'fceredtoa large business,”
rTh* Pennsylvania BaHroad Company’s statement of
earnings for the month of August, and forthe year, thus
far, is as follows:
Receipts of the road for the month ending-^
gff
flame month last year.;; * *.... SCT’fIS 03
, 1ncrea5e.....;..,.../. $.88,907 97
Reeelptsfrom.Januaxy 1,1857, to September •
1,1857........ .$3,367,587 73
Bun# period last year 3,215,978 83
- Increase....; $151,608 00
The Phenix Fire Insurance Company of Brooklyn have
declared a dividend of 10 cent., payable on. demand
At the Company’s branch offloo, No. 64 Wall street.
The official report of the business of the Baltimore
and. Ohio Railroad shows the revenue for the month of
August to have been as follows:
Main Stem. Wash. Branch., Total.
For passengers.,.s74,3oB 44 $29,568 88 $103,877 32
For freight.. ......335,553 22 8,927 64 344,480 86
. . ,$409,801 00 $38,490 52 - $448,858 18
These figures, compared with those of August of last
Tear, show an increase on the main stem of $12,298.75,
a decrease on the Washington branch of $1,156.27, and
a total increase of Of the increase on the
main stem $0,464.26 is from passengers.
The financial year of the Company ends on the 30th
Inst. The receipts of the past eleven months of the
year, compared with those of the previous financial
year, are as follows
July, 1800-7;....;.*
Julyj 1855-6.,
■ < ~r,. ‘ •
M Inerease I i.. $363,M7 47
The Jeffersonlan (Eastern Tetaa,) Gazette, of the
, tth uli., aay*: ‘“We understand that the work upon tho
! i Pacific Railroad!* pmhlng along. - There aro now about
five hundred band* at work npon this road, who com
plete some two miles of road grading a week.
The citlsena ol Smith county, Texas, are taking active
steps to secure the-panage of the Bouthem Pacific
Railroad tbr&ttgh that county. They have appointed a
committee to procure dotations of land and aid to the
road.' They are'to have A grand railroad barbecue at
.Tyler, on the jbth of'September. This in the right
y ’
’ Wblaarjitbatthe Milwaukee and Superior Railroad
Is being pushed, forward, withmuch despatch. They
hare commenced layingtke track connecting with the
* Ia Crosae road at the junction, about four, miles from
the city, and hare some fire miles of track laid, and one
“ • locomotive at work running construction trains.
< The Cleveland and Toledo Railroad Company have
appointed 3. Seymour, Esq., cashier of the Bank of
.North America, Transfer Agent of their road, to com
mence on the 21sfc Instant. The transfer books will be
closei on the 12th. Instant, (Saturday,) and will be re
opened ontho2lst,aithe Bank of North America, a*
aforesaid.'
• * The matured interest coupons of the bonds of the To
ledo, Norwalk and Cleveland Railroad Company, Junc
tion Railroad Company, and the Cleveland and Toledo
. Railroad Company, will be paid at. tho same bank on tho
V.SJstlnsV;'. ,* r ‘ .*
The payment of the third instalment of 25 cent ,on
. each share or preferred stock of the New Haven, New'
■ ‘ lidndon and Stonington Railroad Company Is called for,
. payable 35th September, to E. B. Brows, of the firm of
Everett & Brown, No. 152 Fulton street.
The Charleston 'Mercury says of the North Easton
railroad: The company advertise tint this Important
road wiUbe finished, for the transport of freight nod
passenger* to Florence* by the Ist of October next. This
will unitl it with the Oheraw and Darlingfdn Railroad,
and, for all practical purposes, will make one clean route
from Charleston to Chemw, The latter point is an
old sad established centre of -trade for a large and'
surrounding district of country In this State and North
Carolina. ,We know, from experience, that the whole
‘' of this" trad© must sboh pass oiet,thisiioad., The in*
. termedi&te traffic milst also, be considerable,' and the
consequent Improvement to the agricultural resources
- .of these districts will be so much'added to the general
wealth of the State. But we all.think of the North
'; eastern Railroad In a' more interesting light. We regard
it*M the basis of a more extended enterprise, which
■ shall, in a few years, through the great Coalfields of
North Carolina, connect our city with the capital ef that
tate, and through it with Norfolk, in Virginia,
•f L The Richmond Dispatch says: “ At a recent meeting
of the President and Directors of .the Norfolk and' '
«■- ’ Petersburg Railroad Company, J the mnnibers of the
.. board resolved to pledge, their resources for
1 ' the completion of tho work, rather than suspend opera
tions on the ove of final achievement. The sale of a
few more Of the mortgage bonds of tho company will
c pui the company In fine - condition/ finish the road, and
set the iron horse fa motion,” '
We copy'the. following failures, assignments,
for last week, from the New York Independent of to
day: - /
Daniel W. King, SuffieM, Conn., failed.
i Baton! fit Qoodhelm,Boston; Mass., suspended.
Alden 4: Curtiss, “Bboes,’’Boston, Mass., suspended—
/'' Cfferaoventy-flvff cents' ' ' ' ' ' '
Daniel Coolidgn, towell, Mass., failed.
•Nibbles fc Clark, Natick, Mass., failed.
- John M. Brown, St. Albans, Vt., failed. 1
« Acker 4 Harris, New York city, suspended; liabilities
wylanre.v ■ ' : •
*-< R. 4 v.Kirbr&Oo., “Dnr Good*,” New York city,
, suspended, with liabilities of $500,000, and nominal as
j ’ seta of about $600,000. , f
Coffin New York city,
...suspended. ' - •
t,Tuttle, Cutting, & Co., «Produce;’* ‘New’York dtr,
suspended. \ j r ' :
Rates, Griffin,,& Rlvermore, “Produce, 11 NeirYork
eity, suspended.
D. O. AE. Mealy,. “Merchants, ” New York city,'
’ '7/’ . , . "
Stillman,, AU«n,k Co./ “Iron Worksj” Hew- York
3, suspended.,
f*i* Qto.J, levy, “Clothing,” New York city,
Siand assigned.*, J.<*. -J*
\ , Robertson, Hudson, 4. Pulliam, ” Dry Hoods,” New
r *< ,/-
1 , : '3. H, Cotton & .Co., New York city,'suspended ; Ua
' £ Witte* rodßOO:assets $525,000 j <WilI doubtless resume,
'", , r /. , . \; ~
’ ■ ; , * McCullok," rrMuM,» Yo,|c.cl»,
ewunur/** Carpets,* 1 ; New York jCltyVstfcMsd*
. , , f* -'V
_ Brothers, “’Carpets,” New York failed
Stewart,;Jt'Allen,' “Shoes,Kicvfl^otk
~>;i '/pmlvj'.•(ffltft&r,'* K«tt's«A aiViftiillil.
tc Good, “ GMtoh'Wvm- So* «Hy. frUrt- -•
Lane tc Porter, “ Dry Good?.” tiow York city
failed. ,1 • \ >
Lyons & Jones, “Dry Good?,” Now York city, eold
oat and assigned.
Jared w. Graves, “ Grocer,” New York city, EQS *
pended. ... .
James De Gray 4. Oo..New York city, suspended, out
will probably resume. .
' Osterberz Brothers, New York city, suspended.
Bock & Go.*. New York city, suspended.
J. XJUma& ic Son?, “Fancy Good*,” New York olty,
failed and assigned to Bondy, Bro., tc Co.
Warden tc Pease, New York city, suspended.
Burnett & Oldner, New York city, suspended.
Richard March, No* York city, failed
Alexander A Wuer, Now York city, failed and a.-
"'Ship Adama, *' Fancy Goods,” Sen Yorkcity, failed
Pearson 3c Co., (( Ooal,” Brooklyn, N. Y.,
"oGrer'leo A; Co.’s Bank, Buffalo. S. Y., suspended,
tyuliam Foots A Co., Buffalo,N. Y., suspended.
Niles A Kinney, Buffalo, N. Y., reported suspended.
H. Jones, Dsnerillo, N. Y., ssslgnod.
’ Fitjhngh A tittlejohn, Osirogo, N. Y., reported sue
pended.
Pratt tc Alien, Buffalo, N. Y., assigned.
* Williams, Tanner, & Co., Buffalo, N. Y., suspended.
£. F. Folger tc Co., Buffalo, N. Y., suspended.
M. 11. Dale, Ouylersvilte, N. Y., assigned. ,
John M. Odenhoimer “Coal Lands,” Philadelphia,
suspended; liabilities said 4100.000.
Colwell Jk Co., “Iron,” Philadelphia, suspended;
liabilities large.
Mcßride tc Brothers, “Cotton,” Philadelphia,
failed,
Bex tc Co,.Brokers, Philadelphia,failed.
Christian 33. Spanglor, “Coal,” Philadelphia, bus
pended; liabilities large, with good surplus.
George P. Evans, Philadelphia, suspended: liabilities
about $lOO,OOO,
William It. Black tc Co.,“Cotton,” Philadelphia,
failed. ’
, Richards tc Brothers, “Glass,” Philadelphia, failed.
Edward T. Mott, “Crockery,” Philadelphia sus
pended.
Smith & Barton,Boone county, Pcnna.,re
ported suspended and left.
John Waugh, PotteviUo, Penes., suspended.
John F. Gebhart, ifaytown, Penns., failed.
, Chapin tc Osborne, Pittsfield, Penn*., suspended- _
Helfrich 4f Fisher, Kutztowu, Ponua., failed; liabili
ties Mid $40,000. „„ . . tM ..
I/F. Bruce, Lock Haven,Penna., failed and left the
; place.
Withington & Eastman, “Sugar and Molasses,” Bal
timore, failed for a large amount.
I. T. Schamwald, Wilmington, N. 0., assigned.
William Elden, Portsmouth, Ohio, asking an exten
sion.
Webb tc Davidson, Decatur, 111., “sold out.”
Loomis, Abbott tc Chapman, Chicago, 111 , assigned
to Bottsford & Wheeler.
E. A. Sweetzer, Port Huron, Mich., assigned.
I. N. Pendleton tc Son, Marshall, Mtah., assigned to
Preston Mitchell.
A. F. McKenzie, Adrian, Mich., -“sold out.”
BUgler tc Glllott, Adrian, Michigan, failed and as-
Alder tc Shiff, Milwaukee, Wis.,failed and assigned.
Weil tc Harshberg, Milwaukee, Wi*., failed.
Newton tc Kean, Fort Des Moines, lowa, assigned.
PHILADELPHIA STOCK EXCHANGE BALES,
September 10,1857.
Reported by R. Manky, Jr., Stock Broker, No. 80#
- Walnut Street.
FIRST BOARD.
100 City 6's 85
600- do 84#
200' do new 92
100 do new 92
800 do s6wn 84
1000 do 2dyg new 92#
9000 City He'S lots 84#
300 do 84
700 Penna 6’a lets 82
28 Headings 21#
20 do 22
100 do 22#
100 do sfiwn&int 22#
100 do 22#
60 do 6dys 22#
BETWEEN
8000 N Penn R 6’s 2d* 47#
100 L Island R' ch 8#
100 Beading R 22
1000 Lehigh Mt 6's 80
SECOND
1000 City 6>* 84#
1000 . do 84#
1000 , do 84#
1000 LSbuy B o’s 80
1000 Sahu Nav 6’o >B2 68#
. 700 . do , - *72 68
1000 N Penn R 6’fl 48
500 ■ do 48
.10 Reading R 21#
20 do 21#
20 do ‘ 21#
60 do b 6 21#
100 do 21#
- CLOSING PRIC
Bid. Asked.
IT 8 6'*,’6B 116
Fhllada 0s 84 84#
do RR 84 84#
do New 92# 93
Penna ss, 82 82#
Readinglt 21# 21#
do Bonds >7O 65 70
'do M G’6,’44 83 86
Penna HR 40 40jf
Morris Canl Con 40 45
Scbrl NarCn *8267# 69
do Stock 10 12
lat;
i*|
60 Reading
60 do
Reading closes...,
PHILADELPHIA MARKETS.
Sbttbkbbr 10^-Evbhihq,—The market for Breadstuff*
is without much change but very dull wider a tight mosey
market, and the sales of Flour are mostly to supply tho
local trade at from $6 to $8.60 barrel for common to
extra and fancy family brands. Shipping Flour, fresh
good, parcels, are held at the former rate, but buyer* are
scarce. A sale of 1200 to 1600 hbls. old stock Western
is reported on terms kept secret. Rye Flour and Corn
Heal are inactive at former Quotations, say $4.50 for the
former, and $4 for the latter) which U scarce, Wheats
are plenty and dull at former quoted rates, and some
holders ere storing; about 2&QO bushels bare bocn taken
in lots at 120e>1250 for redß and 12501850 for white, tho
latter for prime quality; a sale of handsome Western
white it also reported at 140 c. Com is rather mere
Inquired- for to-day, and some 7000 bushels yellow
sold at 76 cents afloat and In store. Wheat Is In slight
decline. Oats are moving off In lots at sundry prices,
and also 7,000 bbls Southern have been sold at 33030)4
‘cents bbl,, the latter of prime lots.- Rye is dull at
76 cents bush. Bark—the holdore of Quercitron
have reduced their quotations S3V ton, and about 60
hhds lst quality have been disposed of at $lO. Cotton
remains inactive, with sales of abo ul 100 halos at near
ly steady prices. Groceries arc unchanged but dull
with a small business doing in Bagsr and Coffee. Proi
visions—tho stocks are' light and holders firm, but the
demand is very small and prices the same as previously
quoted. Whiskey Is selling at £5 cents for Drudge, 26
cents for hhds., and 21a27 cents for Easton and Ohio
bbls.
NEW YORK CANAL TRADE.—The receipt* by lake
forth® week ending Aug, 29th, for the aeuontoAtig.
29th, and for a corresponding period last year, are as
follows:
Weekend’s Season of Same time
' Aug. 29. 1857. lest year.
Lumber, feet 18.163,099 322,197,622 317,181,322
Lath, N 0..... 3,107,050. 68.052,635 66,579,570
Shlnglos, No 2,073,000 95,019,000 84.962,200
Timber, feet 290,000 3,671.033 1,772,000
Shipments by canal for the week ending 29th August,
for the season to August 29th, and for the correspond*
Jng period last year, were:
r Weekend’s Season of Same time
Aug. 29. 1857. last year.
Lath, No 876,100 10,746,375 7,363,092
Lumber, feet ...3.666.730 60,712,947 42,516,909
Shingles, No ; 284,250 13,845,750 18,345,660
NEW ORLEANB SUGAR CROP.—The following lathe
actual or estimated yield for the past twenty-four
rears:
i Jrop of
, .$4,733,844 90
4,869,347 43
Hhds.
75,000
.100,000
30,000
70,000
65,000
70,000
115,000
...... 87,000
90,000
1835-4
mu>
1835-6
1830*7
1837-
1838-
1838-46...,
1840-1. i..
1843-
1844-
ALBANY LUMBER MARKET.—Sept.9—There his
been a little falling off In tbe activity of the market,
though soles hare been large and the shipments heavy.
We hear of no complaint* from the dealer* aa to the
payment of the obligations of their customers, and the
effect of the stringent money market will be to increase
the receipts of lumber.
Receipts during the week have been large, and have
added to tho previous good supply a due assortment of
lumber, Prices on the better grades of Clear Fine
hare declined $1 per M feet, otherwise they harp been
pretty well sustained, though we hear of some concea
sions for cash.
The receipts by Canal from September 1 to September
8, were as follows:
-; Boards and Shingleß, Timber, Stares.
Scantling, ft. M. O.ft. lbs.
9,059,000 2,147 14,170 10,321,100
The receipt* of Boards and Scantling for the first week
in September exhibit an increase of 74,517 feet over tho
corresponding week last year, while Stares shew a
touch larger incease, equal to 2,816,810 lbs.; Shingles
923 M.
- Tho receipts of the Canal from the opening of naviga
tion to Sept. Bth, were as follows:
Boards and Shingles, Timber, Stares.
Scantling, ft. M. O.ft. lbs.
159,293,402 41,053 38.811 119,562,020
In tho aggregate there is a slight increase In the fig*
ures this season over last in all tho articles named in the
abore table, but the change is net important.
fßeported for The Press.]
Ship Wm Cummings, Johns, Liverpool—l pkg ottar
of roses Workman & Co; Ido mdse Bates A Coates; 3 do
Bancroft * Lee: 1 McCandles * Richardson; 4 Billings,
Roop * WalingW 16 J * J P Steiner & Co; 6 H Wal
ton; 1 TUos Ward; 8 W P Wllstack; 15 W Watson * Co;
27 Sharp, Haines Sc Coj 8 8 Townsend * Son; 44 Go
D’Parrieh; 7 L J Levy A Co; 1 DCollin*; 54 Lewis*
Co; 2 8 Berea * Co; 12 Robt Ewing; 6 Btewart * Bro;
35 pulls * Cope; 1 Wooo, Bacon & Co; 13 W Raphael; 4
H Pisston; 7 R Shaw; 1 Cans, Leborra&n * Co; IJ * B
Brno; 32 J H Oroe; 3 Geo B Reese, Son * Co;
3 Lippincott & Parry; 1 Biter, Price & Co; 2
Sheapp&rd, Vanharlmger & Arrtion; 85 casks so
da ash, 50 do bleaching powders, 0 W Churchman
* Oo; 39 do soda ash 8 * W Welsh; 168 do do C * F C
Farnall: 138 boxes tin plates Code, Hopper * Co; 31
casks China clay C B Bonn; 30 do do N Lennlg; 47 pwg
hdw P S Justice * Co; 4 Geo K Tryon; 10 Faust*
Winebrener; 38K Hartr 3WS Lower*Bon; 4Uing
Maginnis * Brown; 3 N ft G Taylor; 1 B Richardson; l
Stotesburg * Ayres; 1J Lee & Co; 4 Nowlin, Marshall
*Co; 13 Whitmere, Wolfe * 06; 10 J Parr; 1 Duucaa
* Co; 1 Goff & Peterson: 3 R & W oBiddle*,Co;
Thompson; 1 Macfiliester * Bro; 10 Handy * Brenner
900 bars |8 Mis iron 200 boxes tin plate* 32 cases and
248 bdls stoel Naylor * CO; 248 bdls iron Bringhurst *
Yerrce; 2657 bars * eil Mis iron WFPotts; 256 bars49l
Mis do Tho* J Potts; 3266 bars 289 bdiS and 600 sheets
do'Morris, Jones * Co; 14 cases 42 bdls steet A M F
Watson; 32,bdls Iron, Middleton * U&rned; 470 bdls
ana 140 bars Iron Morris. Tasker * Co; 9 pkgs B Ware
HP andWOLsglor; 56 do,A F Eberman; 237 do do P
Wright * Son*; ,117 do Geo Haramerslev: 125 do 8
Aabury & Co; 6 do Tyndale * Mitchell; 100 tos bleach
tog Powders:.6odo Sodalesb: 70 cases copper sheathing
545 pigs lead 20 cases mdse 20 pka E Ware; 1038 bars 50
bdls iron 3 anchors 2 chains 6 cables order.
RIOHMOND-Steanwhip Norfolk, Kelly—l 42 bis to*
bacco Bnckuor, McOvmnen * Co; 126 do T Webster, Jr
73 do Sslior * # Sank; 20 do Dohan * Tait; 12 empty hhds
Poultncy* Massey; 30 do carboys Powers * Weight
man; 0 boxes mdse {eokin» * lUrtahornejl do Corne
lia* * Baker; 1, bbl do M Morris; 80 bales yarn J 8
Woodward & Bon; 17 do rags Parker * Toland; 200 Mgs
peanuts N Uellings; 36 do seed Boyer* Barclay; 132 do
wheat Miller, * Brother; 184 pkg* sundries, It empty
qasks prder. 4
. TURKS ISLAND—Brig Albion, Parker—6Mo bus salt.
1 cask, 1 bbl, 1 case old yellow metal T Wattsons &
Sons,
CALAIS—Schr John Snow—7oo,ooo laths Twells, Ga*
kill * Galvins.
, PHILADELPHIA BOARD OF TRADE.
ISXiIL MofeXlg. )
JossphC. Geoeb, > CoioriTTxa or tb« Mows.
Jovji-'Wblbb, . )
' ;, ,1 t, BETTER BAGS
s* merchants' Exchange. Philadtlphia.
Ship Tonawanda, JuUu*.. .Liverpool, Sept 25
Ship Joseph Jones, Flower* San Francisco, seen
BftißW Mwicwt*, odle„ ,#o /sneiyo, soon
75 Penn £ lots 40
13 do 2dys 40
2 UinebiU B 67
3 do 67
6 Harrisburg R s 5 63
6 do 63.
2 N Penn R 7#
23 do 7#
50 Long Island R 8#
1 Cam A Amb B 100
1 do 100
10 Bonk of Ken 108
20 do s 6 108
5 Oommer Bank 50
10 do 60
BOARDS.
8 Morris Can pref s 5 00
2 do iS 60
11 do 60
30 Reading £ sS 21#
10 do a 5 21#
6 do «5 21#
6 do a 5 21#
20 do 21#
100 L Island R 8*
50 do b 5 8#
13 Bea Mead R b 6 50)4
18 Penn B lots 40)4
10 Frank Fire Ins 165
6 MinehiH B 66#
35 do 3dys 6fc#
3ES—STEADY.
Bid. As*ed.
SchylNavPref 17 18
Wmsp’t&Blmßia 14
dolstmort7’s69 71
do .do2dm6o 02
Long Island 6 8#
Vicksburg 0# 7#
Girard Bank 10 10#
Lehigh Zine # 1#
Union Canal 5 0
New Creek # #
Catawlssa £R
?EBT.
I 82 Reading 22
300 do lots 22
„ 22022#
Crop of Jlhds.
1845-6 ....187,000
1840-7 100,000
1847- 200,000
1848- 220,000
1849- 248,000
1860-1 ...211,200
1851- .236,500
1852- ...321,934
1853- 449,324
3864-6 340,635
1855- 231.427
1856- 73,970
Importations.
SAILING OF 181 OCEAN STEAMERS.
THOM THE UNITED STATES. .
eTB4»«» FROM FOR OAT
Atlaotle Now York Liverpool Sept 10
Asia New York Liverpool Sept 10
Queen of South.. New York Bremen Sept 16
Arago New York Havre SoptlO
Europa .. Boston Liverpool Sept 23
Persia .New York Liverpool Sept 30
Uammonia New York Hamburg Oct 1
FROM EUROPE,
Hatumonla Hamburg New York Septl
Baltic Liverpool New York Sept 2
Glasgow Glasgow New York ....Sept6
Persia Liverpool New York Sept 6
O of Baltimore,.Liverpool New York .....Bept6
Fulton Havre New York Bept22
O of Washington. Liverpool New York, Bept 23
Atlantic Livemool New Y0rk..,,.,.,..5ept 30
Borussla Hamburg New York.,, Oct 1
MOVEMENTS OF HAVANA STEAMERS,
Philadblpiiu—From New York 2d, arriving at Ha
vana Bth, and New Orleans 11th. From New Orleans
20th; Havana 23d, arriving at New York 28th.
Quaker Citt— From New York 7th of each month,
arriving at Havana 12th, and Mobile 14th. From Mo
bile 22u, Havana 24th, arriving at New York 28th.
Oauawba— From New York 12th, arriving at Havana
17th. and New Orleans 16th. From Now Orleans 27th,
Havana 29th, arriving at New York 3d.
Kmfibb Oiti—From New York 17th, arriving at Ha*
vana23d, and New Orleans 2flth. From Now Orleans
6th, Havana Bth, arriving at Now York 13th.
Black Warrior—From New York 27th, arrive at
Havana Ist and New Orleans 3d. From New Orleans
12th, Havana 14th. due at New York 18th.
Isabbl— From Charleston 19th and 4th, due at Ha
vana 23d and 7th. From Havana 10th and 25th, due at
New York 16th and 31st. „
The California mall steamers sail from New York on
the sth and 20th of each month.
marine Intelligence.
PORT OF PHILADELPHIA) Sept. 11, 1867.
SUN RISES 5 44-SUN SETS 6 16
HIGH WATER 8 32
ARRIVED.
Bbip Wra Cummings, Johns, 38 days from Liverpool,
With mdse to Wm Cummings A Son. Sailed in company
with ship R 0 Wintbrop, Norvell, of and for Baltimore
Aug 2d, Tusk&r Light bearing NW distant 0 miles, saw
■hip Ohio, Hutchins, of and for Now York; 20th, lat 42
09, lon 61 59, saw ship Ben Bolt, of Yarmouth, bouud W;
Sept 1, lat 41 20. lon 64 34, spoke ship Nebraska, from
Havre for New York; 6th, Nantucket bearing NW by N,
distant 61 miles, was boarded by N York pilot boat No
21, C&pt Clara, who kindly furnished us with n late
paper; at 5 20 P M 7th, Cape Ilenlopen bearing W by S
distant 42 miles, took a Delaware pilot from the Herald.
The W C experienced a continuance of westerly winds
the whole passage, and for the first 21 days had westerly
winds without intermission.
Barque Old Hickory, Voacock, 1 day from New York,
in ballast to Burton A Clement. Towed round by tho
America.
Brig brig Albion, Parker, 19 days from Turks Island,
with salt to Thoa Wattson A Sons.
• Brig Abbott Lawrence, Fuller, 6 days from Boston,
with mdse to Crowell A Collins.
> Brig Carolina. Parsons, 2 days from Now York, in bal
last to E A Bonder A Co.
Brig Napoleon, Gatcheii, 2 days from New York, in
ballast to E A Sender A Co.
Brig Keoka, Treat, 6 days from Wareham, in ballast
to captain.
Brig Billow Hodgson, 6 days from Boston, in ballast
to captain,
Brig Mary A Susan, Baynes, 4 days from New Bedford,
In ballast to captain.
Schr John Snow, Randall, from Calais, with laths to
Twells, GasklH A Galvin.
Bohr H 3 Spencer, Laugstaff. 8 days from Portsmouth,
NH. In ballast to Yan Duaen, Norton A Co.
Schr Alexander M, Christie, 7 days from Wareham, in
ballast to captain.
Schr Wm II Mitchell, Grant, 3 days from New York,
with mdso to Crowell A Collins.
Schr Caroline Hall, Graham, 6 days from Danvers
port. In ballast to L Audenrefd A Co.
Scnr 0 SI Wilson, Camp, 8 days from New York, tn
ballast to Van Dusen, Norton A Co.
Schr J Ireland, Steelman, 5 days from Boston, in bal
last to Lowis Rothermel,
Schr W L Dayton, Babcock, 6 days from Boston, in
ballast to Rogers, Sinnickson A Co. '
Schr O M Neal, Henderson, 6 days from Boston, in
ballast to Noble, Hammett A Caldwell.
Schr John Cadwalader, Godfrey, 6 days from Boston,
In ballast toL Audenreid A Co.
' Schr John Magee, Mageo, D days from Boston, in bal
last to Brown A White.
Schr J Frsmbes, Fcarabat, 6 days from Plymouth, in
ballast to 0 A Hecksher A Co.
gehr Wm B Ferguson, Wheaton, 6 days from Danvers,
in ballast to L Audenreid A Co.
Schr Lillie Saunders, Williams, 4 days from Provi
dence, in ballast to captain.
Schr Lavinia Jane, Ketcham, from New York.
Schr Zlcaro, Allen, from New York.
Schr A M Aldrldgo, Bateman, from Portsmouth.
Schr D Bmith, Douglass, from Salem.
Schr E Cambridge, Williams, from East Cambridge.
Schr Minnesota, Baker, from Lynn.
Schr John Compton, Sharp, from Roxbury
Schr R M Browning, Conover, from Pawtucket
Schr Lamartine. Johnson, from Sangus.
Schr Sohn Harris, Rodman, from Haverhill
Schr Telegraph, Nickerson, 4 days from Boston, in
ballast to captain.
Schr Jane N Baker, Vannaman, 4 days from Boston,
In ballast to captain. ’
Schr Experiment, Bristow, 2 days from Chesapeake
Md with oata to Jas Barratt ABon. ’
Schr J W Early, Blpple, 1 day from Frederica, Del.
with oats to Jas Barratt A Son. *
Schr Golden Gate, B*one, 1 day from Frederica, Del
with wheat to Jas Barratt A Son.
Schr B P Godwin, HeodorKm, 2 d»jr» from Milford,
Pel. with grain to J II McCollcy.
Steamer Boston, Sellow. 23 hours from New York, yla
Capo May, with mdse and passengers to Jas Alldenlice
Passed barque Old Hickory, from New York, off Reedy
Island, in tow of tug America, and brig Castilian, and
some sixteen schrs in ballast trim below New Castle
upward bound. *
CLEARED.
Brig Winonah, Rose, Boston, Monier & Co.
Brig Keoka, Treat, Boston, do
Schr C Hall, Graham, Roxburj, L Audenreld & Co
Sckr M A Shropshire, Shropshire, Boston, do
Brbr Open Babbage, do do
Schr Atop, Clifford, do do .
SchrW P Ritchie, jernold, do do
Schr A Corson, Nordan, Norwalk, do
gchr Henrietta, (Iraham, Now Bedford, do
Schr Empire, Marshall, Cambridge, do
Schr ) Cadwalader, Oodfrer, Marblehead, do
Bchr John Howard, Baker, Boston, N Sturtevsnt & Co
Schr Alexanders*,Christie, Now j,
& Co.
SchrJJ Spence, Langstaff, Salem, Van Dusen, Nor
ton A Co.
Schr David Smith, Douglass, Boston, do
Bohr J Frambes, Frambes, Plymouth, 0 A Hecksher
A Co.
Schr A M Aldridge, Bateman, Salem, do
Schr C M Wilson, Camp, Providence, Haves, Smith
A Co.
Schr J Ireland, Bteelman, Boston, Lewis Rothermel.
Schr W L Dayton, Douglass, Boston, Rogors, Sinnlck
fon A Co.
Schr K Townsend, Williams, B Cambridge, do
Schr Lavinia Jane, Ketcbam, Brooklyn, do
Schr John Magee, Magee, Boston, Brown A White,
Schr 0 M Neal, Henderson, Neponset, Noble. Ham
mett A Caldwell.
Schr John Harris, Rodman, Haverhill, do
Schr John Compton, Sharp, Fall River. B Milnes A Co.
Schr R M Browning. Conover, Pawtucket, do
Steamer Kennebec, Hand, N York. Jas Allderdlce
Steamer Farmer, Dennis, Baltimore, A Groves, Jr
Barge Delaware, Poynter, do do
fBT TBLKOftAPH.J
Correspondence of the Philadelphia Exchange.
OAPK ISLAND, Sept. 19, 0« P M.
Beveral Bchrs are nuw opposite thiH place going up.
There is a largo fleet at the Breakwater. Wind quite
fresh from BW—weather continues pleasant.
Yours, Ac., THOS. B. HUGHES.
Correspondence of the Philadelphia Exchange.
LEWES. Del.. Bept. 9,8 AM.
The large fleet reported in my last letter still remains
in harbor, together with ichrs Jsb T Brady. Mary Eliza,
and LewisT Molford. J *
Tbe schr Ontario’s materials have been saved and for
warded to Philadelphia; the vessel and cargo are a total
loss, Wind light from SE—weather fine.
Yours, &e, WM, H. HICKMAN.
Correspondence of The Press.
Uavaa Da Gbaob, Sept. 10.
Four bor.ts left here this morning, laden and con
signed as follows:
Robt S Reed, bituminous coal to T Barnes; Mary Ann
McConkey, lumber to Fort Delaware; Judge Long and
Lydia Ann, anthracite coal to Del city.
[BT mBOBAPH.]
{Correspondence of The Press.)
Boston, Sept. 10.
Arrived, brig Empire, from Bremen.
MEMORANDA
Steamship City of Now York, Howe*, cleared at Bos
ton 9th Inst, for Philadelphia.
Steamship Dolaware, uopes, hence at New York yes
terday.
Ship Welfleet, from Boston for Canton, was spoken
Ith Inst, lat 40 59, long 60 14.
flhip Ladoga, Pearce, from Boston, at St Jobn.Nß.
4th Inst. *
Bhlp W G Lewis, from New York for Coast of Africa,
was spoken Jnly 20,15 t 37 17, long 4614,
Ship Van Wirt, from Calcutta, arrived at Boston yes
terday.
Ship Silver Star, from Calcutta, arrived at Boston
yesterday.
Ship Sumatra, Dudley, from Calcutta, May 11, for
London, was spoken July 26, lat 15 67 8, lon 9 44 W.
flhip Amos Lawrence, Nickerson, for Liverpool,
cleared at 8t John, NB. 7th inet.
Ship Loo Choo, Seyburn, from Bath, Me, r at St Ste
phens, NB. 6th Inst.
Ship Statesman, Watt*, for Havana, with lumbor,
cleared at Bangor 7th Inst.
Ship Elizabeth Dennison, Williams, from Brest, at
Mobile 3d inst. Seo Miscellany.
flhip R 0 Winthrop. Norvlllo, from Liverpool, at Bal
timer. 6th lost. ’
Ship Mad&waßka, Noilson, for Liverpool, cleared at
Charleston 7th inst.
Barque Denois Kelly, Corson, hence at New Orleans
3d Inst.
Barque Trueman, of Orleans, was at Galveston Bar
20th tilt.
Barque Warren Fisher, Gallagher, from Philadelphia
for fit Thomas, was spoken 27th ult, lat2B 15, long 62 42.
Barque Orion, Stevens, for StaPce River, Panama,
sailed from Montevideo aoout Juno 16.
Barque Mary F Slade, Atkins, cleared at Charleston
7th inst. for Philadelphia.
Barque Gem, Hammond, for Philadelphia, elearod at
Boston 9th inst.
Barque Octavia, Moore, honeo at Bichmond 9th inst.
Brigs Black Hawk and Celt hence at Boston yesterday.
Brig Pilot Fish, Heard, from Halifax, at Richmond
9th inst.
BrlgM * J 0 Gilmore, Eldridge, from Boston, at Bal
timore 9th inst.
Brig Andover, Crowell, from Alexandria, at Boston
9th Inst. '
Brigs Empire, Crowell, and Aurate, Davis, cleared at
Boston 9th inst. for Philadelphia.
Brig Tangier, Pendleton, for Philadelphia, cleared at
Boston 9th inst.
Brig Foster, Crowell, for Baltimore, sailed from Bos
ton 9th Inst.
Brig Myra, Kelly, for Philadelphia, sailed from Bo*,
ton 9th inst.
Bchr L H Scott, Jarvis, from Bristol, Pa. for Boston,
with 306 tons coal, sprung aleak on Monday morning
last, 8 miles 8 E of Block Island, and went down in 20
minutes. Seo Miscellany.
Schr Mail, Crowell, hence at Providence Bth lost.
Schr Jacob White, Carlisle, hence at Baltlraoro 9th
instant.
&chr* X 11 Brown. Endlcott, and Grace Watson,
Cosdy, hence at New York yesterday.
« t o£b®nce *t Now Haveo.flth inst.
■ . r*L B ”Shaddock, Williams, hence at New Haven
Bth inst.
5 C S T 5t? dy « Wen » Cmkto,hence at Richmondfitta inst.
Bchr Wm Henry , Passapea, cleared at Baltimore yes
terday for Philadelphia.
gchr Electric, from Delaware City, atHalifax 9th inst.
gchr Empire, Marshall, hence at Newport 6th Inst,
fichr Bnow, Benjamin,from Delaware Cityfor Nor
wich, at New London 7tb inst.
fichrs H Payson, Eldridge; AConlery, Babcock, and
Geo A Tittle, Adams, hence at Boston Bth inst.
1 Schr Jesse Williamson, Winsmore, hence at Guiney
3d last.
flehr Chronometer, Pearson, hence at Weymouth
4th Inst.
Bchr Houterey, Stillman, from Delaware Cltr. at
Woymouth 6th lost.
Schr Alvarado, Stanley, hence at Milton 3d Inst.
Bchr R 8 Dean, Cook, benco at Dighton 7th inst.
ScbrsDL Sturgis, Norris; Etouise, Thatcher; WP
Phillips, Smith, and Millard Fillmore, Tuttle, hence at
Boston oth inst.
Bcbr Martha Wrlghtlogton, Wrightlngton, sailed from
Fall River Btb inst. for Philadelphia,
Schr Elisabeth English, English, bonce at Boston
Bthinet.
Bebv Maria Jane, Crosby, hence at E&itport 6th inst.
sailed 6th for St John, NB.
Bchr Harrlet and Sarah, Tloe. bonce at New Haven
Btb lost. 1 ’
Boweu, andfluwaiset, Hulse, hence
at Providence 7th inst. '
»iMSafissssr r "‘ for pMitdd -
THE PRESS.—MnLADELPItIA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, i&57.
i NOTICE TO MARINERS* >
Notice is hereby given that the Beicbh tight of the
Cliff Boa,con ranging with the Stake Light for entering
Nantuckotharbor by tho custom channel w|ll be changed
on thu Jut or October from a fixed white to a fixed red,
and continue so until further notice,
, By order of the Lighthouse Board,
0. H. B CALDWELL.
Lighthouse Inspector, 2d District.
Boston, Sept 8,1857.
Oapt. Williams, of the ship Elisabeth Dennison, re
ports to have picked up in the Gulf Stream an eagle
figure head, paintod white with gilt, about 6 foot long,
had the appearance of being In tho water but a short
time, and looked as though the vessel which it belong
ed to had been on fire Also saw a bark ashore on the
Tortugases on the 29th of August.
Schr L H Scott, Jarvis, of and from Bristol, Pa., with
300 tons of coal, bound to Boston, spruug a leak, (sup
posed to h&vo started a butt) about 4 o’clock on Monday
morning, 8 miles 8E from Bloqk Island, and went down
head first, in twenty minutes from tho timo it was first
discovered. Tho captain and crow, seven in number,
took to their boat, and were nicked up about 12 o’eloek
the aamo day, by schr Mary Auna, CaptAin Bowen, from
Philadelphia, which arrived at Providence morning of
Bth. they having saved nothing but one small handle of
clothing belonging to the steward, Theodore Crawford,
one of tuo crew of the LII Scott, also lost about {7O in
monev, which wont down with tho vessel. Ho was
transferred tho same aftornoon to schr Win L Auden
reld, Hewitt, From Philadelphia for Boston. The h H
Scott was a fine schr of 228 tons, launched at Bristol,
Pa., Juno 1, 1867, owned, one-oighth by Captain Jar
vis, tho remainder by parties in Bristol, and valued at
about $14,000. The only iusuranco supposed to bo on
the vosael is $l,OOO, the captain’s interest. The coal la
beliovod to bo iusurod in Boston
The Br brig Robert, from Cadis, ashore at Southamp
ton, L I, haß been partly hove off Bhoro, but now lies In
a worse position than before, the sea making a cle&u
breach over her, and there ate but little hopes of taring
her.
Launched— At Denni-:, Bth inst. from tho shipyard of
Prince 8 Crowell. Fsq, a fine ship of about 700 tons,
called the “ Christopher Hull,” built by Messrs D
Bhiverlck, owned by Mr Crowollaud others of Dennis,
and contracted to load in this city in tho Conunorcial
Australian lino, for Melbourne.
NEW YORK, Sept. 10 .~Ar Hamburg BliipMaiue.K&ack,
Hamburg, Aug 4, with radeeand 394 passengers; barques
Waltham, (of Richmond) Witbam, Croiißtadt; Velocity,
White, StjagodoCuba. August 12, lat2B 30. lon 76 35,
saw a harquo, with double topsail yards, white poop,
showing red and white Kwaltow-taii, with a letter in the
centre—could not distinguish it—stcoring S3W; schrs
Mott Bedell. Milton, Georgetown; Falcouburg, Rogers,
Baltimore; Mary Pratt. Cullen, Norfolk; Golden Rule,
Wilbert, Alexandria. Cl’d, ship Argo, Ballard, Metis;
barque Beagir, Gugliolmer, Palermo; brigs Resturodor,
(Dan) Jansen, Uumacoa; Lady Chapman, (Dr) Hill,
Bermuda; schr 0 B Knudson, Squires, Brazos.
List of Arrivals at the Principal Hotels*
GIRARD HOUSE—Chestnut street, below Ninth.
L W Maupln Sc la, Balt ¥ J Skunk, USA
W B Miller, Va C F Myers, Washington
W 0 Cased, Zanesville, 0 HCupperman, do
E Graham, Parksburg, Va B Harris, Baltimore
E K Showalter, Alabama R Edmond Sc la, Richmond,
8 Stickney, New York Va
Miss Bacon, do D J Bun Sc la, do
W G Bozior, USN A 8 Garrett, USN
Rev Thompson, Cftpt 0 Wilkes Sc, la, Wash-
L W Ralston, Philada ington
D T Campbell, Sharon, Pa U3l Steinmanj Pa
J M Werner Sc la, 8t Louis A Rankin, Henderson, Ky
W Constable, Ni BNHaU, England
IV Starr, jr, Savannah, Ga OB Benedict, Michigan
Miss Lent, NY S E Sutherland Sc la, Bost’n
J L Williams, NO AM Reed & lady, Balt
RII Hutching, Clinton, Ga Mr Bennett, do
G McDonald, Columbus, 0 J Campbell, do
T A WJnham A lady, NY J M Slaughter, do
C S Dana, do JC F Ladin Sc la, Bt Louis
T S Saxton, do Miss Bowen, do
W W Scott, do A W Lewis, do
laedor Hauser, do J Kyle, Va
Mr Alexander, do Mag Ranney, Miss
Dr J Woods, do Mrs Bass, do
W Woods, do Sir Bate, do
R V Richardson, Md Gen Starke, do
F C Yeatmas, Buenos Ayres ¥ H Chamberlain, Mobile
M T Stickley Sc. la, Bangor J P Brown,
E Cushing Sc la, do G T Mulford, NJ
Mr Davis Sc la, Natchez M Devinell, Rome, Ga
II W Kinsman, S C 8 U Church, New York
T 0 Borabaek, Rochester Mrs Moore. Baltimore
Ang Foute Sc wf, Memphis N T Conkllug, N Y
Thos Taylor Jr. Richmond Thos B Norris, do
P P Pratt, Buffalo Isaac Ulnek, N Y
K,V Cook, Oregon E A Turpin, do
A Myers, North Carolina I, Leouard, do
W Mustin Alabama p Clark, New York
Jno 8 Richards, Reading Mias Thompson, Troy
Julius Hart, New York J R Stoner, Tenn
C R Cornell, New York Geo Plltt Sl lady, Phila m
8B M Cornell, do Silas L Johnson, Rich Va
Oscar T Mooro, do Dr Lumpkin, do
Win W Diiks, do C D Yale do
John R Scott, do Mr Avery, ClnO
0 Woolston Sc lady, NY Chas D Wadsworth, NY
J W Maury, Delaware IV T Berry, Nashville
00l Tucker, Raleigh, NO J G McClelland, do
Robt Garrett, NY E R Brown, RI
lienj Bradley Sc wife, 0 L Helliwell, Canada
Oswego NY Robert Adams, 8t Louis
Horace Day, NY N 6 Wilson, Chilllcothc, O
H Mariou. Ohio T Sweeny, Wbeellug Va
M White, NY John Kynock, Buffalo
MERCHANTS’ HOTEL—Fourth street, below Arch.
E B Adams, Md J Olancy Jones, Ponna
M Morris, Carlisle Dr J Finney, do ,
E Foster, Pittsburgh Mrs Patton Sc eh, do
J P Chapin Sc sob, Ohio J5l Lytlo, do
J Lord, do Mrs Aitkin, do
D J Church, do J A Ornton, Ky
Z Ajdclott, do 8 Hopper, do
»V tanhiso, do A Worley, Balt
T Gillespie, Jr do fi 8 Platt, Berlin, Pa
H Rang, N York Mrs Roberts Sc son.St Louis
N 8 Adam, Va J G Ward, Ohio
Hon J 8 Yost, Pottstown Andrew Patrick, Jr, Ml-
A Allison, jr, Clinton co,Pa neraville
Edw Daly, 8 Carolina James G Maxwell, Dan-
S Anderson, Lock Haven villa, Pa
Martin Inman, Shawnee. 0 Kldred, Bethany, Pa
town. 11l w J Hogan, N Oirollna
B P Salases, N Carolina E M Knowles, Ohio
David Frebarn, M Chunk B L Wood, Taunton, Moss
Tho* J Jloberliag, do £d Cowman, Baltimore
T H Mcßorie, N Carolina Miss M Courmad, Balto
AMERICAN HOUSE—Chestnut, below Sixth st.
8 M Keller, Va W II Dunny, Va
J H Shields & la, 0 Alias A McCroskey, 0
W C Ilcudrick, 111 V? 0 Uuntiinccc, 111
J U Butts Sc la, Detroit 0 Stuart, 0
8 Stuart, 0 Mias o '
T Thompson, 111 II H Henry, 111
J Ileury, il» J Thompnon, NY
W Bertrand. NO J H Shlrkfiold. 0
J B Maxwell Sc la, Milwauk 8 J Harrison, Phila
J A nosley, Phila C C Carter, NY
II Rowso, do W W Fryburgcr, Ind
AJTim. do Miss Heron, do
B F Davis, low a Nathan Ileron, do
T N barton, do W P Dysart, Tipton
LFBoutware, Ky 8 A Brumbaugh, Harrisbg
E W Roborts. Chicago J L Jones, N J
John Daly, Charleston N Daly, Ga
C A Ifolnitsh, Lane Wm F Matt*, N 0
0 Maples, NY HR Gtuyne, do
W B Reese, NY P J Johnson, Wash
Miss Johnson, Wash W*Y Hoops. Pa
G 8 Price. Va Miss Mary Price, Pa
Miss Sarah Price, do 8 Frankcnthal, N 0
8 J Wilkins, Mis* 0 Wilkins, Miss
PS Livingston, Jr, do J W Alloyway, 0
W Akeford, 0 J Megan Sc la, Wilm’n
G W F Harper, N C JADaIa.NC
JII Wells, Charlottesville A A Holt, do
A Focshlo, N 0 J M Garrett, Qreensburg
W Craig, Jr, Ky J 8 Brown, do
G Stokes, Phila D M King, N Y
E R Oliver, Texas T J Bartin, Baltimore
James Deveny, do Jason Crane, Bloomfl’d.NJ
W It Kyle, Philad’a F.diuund Kimball, Haver
David A Frame, Newark, NJ hill, Rians
W BWerrcn, Boston Lewis Livingston Sc sou,
Geo B Warren, do Hartford, Conn
Benj Robbins, Baltimore S A Foulko, Galena
E W Kinckloe, Va V M Richards, N Y
Ilonry L Pratt, Newark, NJ CGHook, do
Edwin L Parker Sc wife, Fislikill, N Y.
STATES UNlON—Market, above Sixth,
John P Lee, Vhila John McYey, Harrisburg
Wm Armstrong, Phila J D Mashbank, Lancaster
James 0 Shirley, Martinsbg D S Hutchinson, Hollidays-
U C Nieoderous, do burg
Jo* Craps, Indiana E L Barrett Clearfield
Andw Patrick, Huntingdon J Huffman, Pleaa’t Unity
J N Kylo, York co 0 Beecher, Scboylkill CO
Miss Reeder. Quakertown Dr II Johnson, Boyerstown
Win C McFalls. McVeytown John Kennedy, Lewistown
Henry Welsh Pittsburg Thos Aldred, Harrisburg
II C Poole, Brooklyn Mr* Hutton, Chester co
S K Engle, PotUtown R J Daily, do
Wm H Alexander, Cal Jas B Shaw, Mt Pleas’t, la
J Lewis, Dolawaro
BLACK BEAR INN, Merchant Street, bel. Fifth.
Bailey * Bro, Chester co Francis Kelley, Ohio
S S Martsteller, do II A Hall, Downingtown
Jacob John, do BCnalo, Phila
E L Bullock, do John Creep. York co
Dr J J Brower, Chillcoth, 0 John B Metzger, do
W V Ponnypacker, West Sami Jones, Auburn. Pa
Chester, Pa JohoYocnm, Doylostown
II Bank, Delaware P W Silver, Darlington,Mi
NATIONAL HOTflL—Race street, above Third.
31 n Prince, New York lIS Stull, Pennsylvania
W P Ramsey, Lancaster, Pa Jos L Ramsey, Lancaster
Wm Pusey, do C Sailor, Germantown
1111 Howell, Wheeling, Va llirorn P Anderson. N Y
Jos 0 Wright, MiteravUle L F Irwin, Berwick, Pa
II B Betdte, Lebanon II A Seyfert, Reading
Jas floidle, Berks co, Pa 811 Putorbough,Wllk hare
Goo W Morgan, R R R Jas Phillips, Phila
R 0 Kimball, Canton, Ohio Henry 8 Meyer, Keene,NY
Geo S Yonger, Plattsburg Benj Ihrio, Easton, Pa
CF Smith, do A K Michler, do
Peter Bowman, Glen Carbon P Lauenburgh, Vaml&lia
UNION HOTEL—Arch Street, above Third.
J Marshal, N J Wm Rainer, Ohio
F Bhattior, Ohio John Parker, Pa
Wm Dennison, Pa Goo Parker, do
Jonathan Krnst, Ohio John II Armstrong, Pa
J Ii Hay, N J Miss llorman, Reading
Wtu Liitta, Ohio Henry Hunter, Ohio
H A Bage, Pa Col A Wooley. Ky
Conrad £ Sllman, NY J A Scott, Ina
Thos Kearns, Ind Jas Ramsay * wife, Pa
0 W Sturgis, Pa J B Harris, N 0
0 C Kile, Ga Mr Whitby * 1, Del
E Hacker, Vo 0 II Fitler, Pa
8 R niter, Frederick Md Jas R addoit, N Y
J A Fulmer A lady, do Danl'Hill, BlcArthur 0
John Krider * lady, do E Golden, Athena, 0
David Wiuneberger, do Louis F Beckol, Bethlehem
J 8 Reading, Flemlngton 011 Fuller, Scranton Pa
Wm Mintzer, Pottstown
BLACK BEAR HOTEL—Third street, ab. Callowhill.
Tabeu Seller, Pottaville Jesse Schlobor, Perklomen
F R Schumckcr, Perklomen J Jones, I'enua.
CHESTNUT STREET HOUSE—Chestnut, bel. Fourth,
Maj S A Btnko, NY J S Baker, Lancaster
0 Belain, Ilarrisburgh L Greenwood, pottsville
J It Diffcnbach, Marietta Pa
MADISON nOUSE—Second street, above Blarket.
D H Shrevcs. Carroll co, NY Thos Buckmnster, Del
Wm Kendrick, Washington J II Pierce, N Orleans
G W Kuott, LoXjngton, 1U J Ponder, Milton, Del
John Dimraick, lioßton Wm B Easier, lloston
Jacob E Parker, Oleaveland Henry Sands, Nt>\vark, N J
H 3! Low, Paterson, NJ D M Newmau, Bl a irfl-
John C Hillman, Ungcrntwn villo, Pa
Sami Morrison, N Jersey David 8 Muycrs, Ya
Robt Pearson, do ltFUaban, Ky
0 Arthurs * lady, Ky D Jlintzor, York, I»a,
CITY HOTEL—Third street, abovo Race,
M Price, Doylestown Jno Meridan, Bellefo nto
Mr Paxton, Easton II Blair, Lambertville
Uhas Burkboker, Williams- Cbas B Richards, do
port Pa Jno Boss, Parksburg
H norland, Easton Geo Piper, Pa
W Rachel, Baltimore R ¥ Williams, Phllada
W U Almond, Wilmiugtn J M Curtis, Doylestowu
Wnrburton’a Inimitable Goverlnga for the
Head.— Fiti. Styles.
The Dress Hats or the present issue are eminently de
serving the preferonco of gentlemen, as they embrace
all tbe points necessary to genteel effect, and alt tbfi
details and nicer elegancies which impart flnlab, comfort
and durability—at the same time exhibiting appropriate
accordance with the other prrts of tho Fall Costume.
Paris mada Moleskin Hats, Opera or Compresslblo
Dress Hats, Amoric&n and French Felt Hats.
WARBURTON, Hattor,
sepll-ffts mw*f nw 430 Chestnut street.
Searaea’a Saving Fund—Office 303 Walnut
stvoet, one' door west of second street. Receives de
posits In sums of One Dollar and upwards, from all
classes of tbe community, and allows Interest at tbe rate
of five per cent, per annum. Moneys paid on Demand.
Office open daily, from 9 until 5 o’clock, and on Mon
day and Saturday until 9 in the evening. President
Franklin Fell; Treasurer, Charles M.Morris; Secre
tary, Junes s, Pringle,
MARINE MISCELLANY.
DOMESTIC PORTS,
Special Noitres.
. .Bwer’g Infant Cordial.•••Tbit invaluable
Cordial is prepared from a variety of tho most ehoico and
efficient aromatic* known In medicine, and is the moet
perfect and reliablo carminative oxtaat for Infants and
youog children.
By its powerful influence a speedy cure Is effected In
all eases of OAalte, windy pains and spurns, Believes
and mitigates much of children’s suffering during denti*
Honor teething, and by its soothing properties tran
quillses pains of the bowel j, looseness, vomiting, Ae.
The Infant Cordial has become a standard remedy,
and has been used in thousands of cases with the most
abundant suceeea. No family should be without it.
Prepared only by Hbnby A. Bowaa,
At his Drug and Chemical Store,
N. E. corner of Sixth and Green sts., Philadelphia.
To whom all orders must bo addressed. And for sale
by Druggists generally. au 13-ly
Saving Fund—Five Per Cent. Interest—Na
tional Safety Trust Company, in WiLffUTStrect, south
west corner of Thikd Street, PninDELrniA. Assets
over Orb Million and a Half or Dollars, invented
in Bbal Estatx, Mostoaoxb,Ground Rkrvb, and other
first class securities, as required by the charter. This
institution confines its business entirely to the recei
ving of money on deposit. Any sum, large or small,
U received, and the money is always paid back, with
out notice, to any amount.
The office is open every day from 0 o'clock ia the
morning until 7 o’clock in the evoning, and on Monday
and Thursday evenings until 9 o’clock.
iUnirriagea.
Ou tho 16th July, by Rev. Joseph ’H. Kennard, Mr.
JOHN WUNDERLIOII to Mias ANNA M. BOWMAN,
both of this city.
In Camden, N. J., Sept. 6th, by Rev. John Duncan,
Mr. JOSEPH M. IIEWETT, of Williamstown, to Miss
MARY E. ALLEN, of Camden.
Ocnlljo.
Oil Tuesday, the Bth instant, Miss AMANDA M. DE
KLYNK, daughter of Theodore and Eliza Dekiyne.
The friouds and relatives of the family are respectful
ly invited to attend tho funeral, from the residence of
her brother-in-law, Mr Jas 8. Smith. 1814 Green fit.,
west of Eighteenth, this (Friday) afternoon, at three
o’clock. To proceed to Monumout Cemetery
On the Bth infiUnt, Mrs. ANN MUltl'llY, in the 66th
year ©r her ago.
The relatives and friends of the family are respect
fully invited to attend the funeral, tram hor late resi
dence, 8. E. corner of Ridge avenue and Green street,
this (Friday) morning, at 9 o’clock.
D 3" Notice.—'The undersigned, learning that
tho Sheriff’s Proclamation will contain a notice for the
election of a District Attorney, offers himself a candi
date for that offieo.
ANDREW MILLER.
TJTATS.— •
II FALL STYLES-SATURDAY, I3th.
WARUURTON,
sell*2trp 430 Chestnut street.
illcrrhcmt (Jailors.
JjIDWAKD P. KELLY.
KELLY A BROTHER,
Having engagod the services of
CHARLES R 0 T n ,
Distinguished for the beauty and excellence of his
Goods when in the Tailoring Bufiine&a, has taken
the Store.
814 CHESTNUT STREET,
AMD BAS OPHJIXD FOR TUB BALH, AT RRTAIL, OF
CLOTHS, GAB3IMKRE3, VESTINGS, CRAVATS,
GLOVES, SHIRTS, Ac.,
Of the best qualities, at moderate prices.
AjP* The busineps of KELLY A BROTHER is re
moved, from this date, to No. 814 CHESTNUT Streot,
where it will be attended to by EDW’D P. KELLY or
JOHN P. DOHERTY. boS-Ij
John" p7dohert%
VOR YBABB WITn KELLY A BROTHER,
LATE WITH LUKENS, KELLY A CO.,
eaviko hvcuobd
CHARLES ROTH,
Formerly the leading Tailor of this City: and
M. KAYBEB,
Formerly with 0. BOTH A CO., late Coat and Vest
Cutter with LUKENS, KELLY A CO , and other supe
rior Cutters, has rented a part of the store of
EDW’D. P. KELLY,
814 CHESNUT BTEEBT,
And has commenced the
TAILORING BUSINESS.
The most unroraltting attention will be paid to the
wishes of all who patronise the establishment; the best
of Clothes will be made, and at nioderato prices (ses-y
JAMES SHERIDAN, MERCHANT
TAILOR, Nos. 10 and 18 South NINTH STREET,
ABOVE CHESTNUT.
A Urge and well selected stock of CLOTHS and
CASSIMEREB always on band.
All Clothing made at this Establishment will be of
the best quality, and in the most fashionable style.
Particular attention given to UNIFORM CLOTH
ING. auR-tf
COAST PILOT.—IN PRESS AND WTLI
800 N BE PUBLISHED, the following standard
Books, viz: Blunt’s Ooast Pilot. 18th edittou ; Bow
ditch’s Navigator,27th edition: Shipmaster's Assistant,
9th edition.
We invite attention to our new Spring Centre Com
passes, which answer for either light or heavy weather,
and are especially adapted for steamers, and vessels
where the motion ia considerable. They require fewer
repairs than any compass now in use.
Marine Opera Olasaes of auperiorquality, Spy Glasses,
Aneroid and Mercurial Barometers, Thermometers,
American, French and English Sextants, Octants, Quad
rants, Aaimuth Compasses, Binaries, 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 best authorities.
Agent* for Roger*’ American Code of Signals, Deni’s
Chronometers and Compasses, and for Abbott’s Uoro
meter, and is Instrument for working ont problems in
Nautical Astronomy by simple inspection and with per
fect accuracy. They have received the approval of ex
perienced shipmasters, and have been adopted by ins
U. S. Navy. E. A G. W. BLUNT.
aulS-lm* No. 179 Water Street.
Henderson & co ,B great liter
ARY FAIR. FIFTH .nil Anon mmol,.
In order tq gratify tho wishes of our numerous pa
trons, and induce the book-buying public to fill up their
libraries at the usual low prices, we Intend to present to
every purchaser of books to the amount of SI and up
wards, a Gift In value of from 25 cents to $lOO. Call at
our establishment, look at our valuablo stock, and select
Tor yourselves.
Recollect you are not buying at chance, for every pur
chaser gets his books at the usual price, and very many
will get, in addition, a present worth hru ing. au2l-Bin
YANS’ GREAT~GIFT book sale,
No. 335 CHESTNUT Street. N. 8.-No couneo
tlon with any other house in the City, aul-3m
‘ttiflfUtf* ..COALAND X U O N,
HfTtt-VIUJU* which constitutes a third of tho
stock of an incorporated company, will be exchanged
for merchandise or real estato. It is clear of debt and
futuro charges, (expenses will bo provided for by in
come.) A railroad conncctingTWO GREAT ROADS is
bring nudo at tho co*t of other companies through tho
mineral deposits, at tho foot of the mountains, on their
lands, offering a way to market on the sea hoard, and
opening a village site of Incomparable beauty, as well as
healthfalneu and profit. No investment can compare
with coal mines for security, and none In the country
can be more attractive than those for their resources or
a residence. Apply 8. TV. comer of FOURTH and
WALNUT streota, second floor. no 9-lw#
r|FFICE OF THE NEPTUNE INSUR
” ANCB COMPANY, 414 WALNUT Street. PuiLi-
DBLPniA, September 6th, 1867.—At a mooting of the
Board of Directors of this Company, held THIS DAY,
the following resolution was passed.:
Resolved, That the capital stock of the Neptune In*
surance Company be increased from one hundred thou*
sand to two hundred thousand dollars.
Books of subscription will be ODened on MONDAY,
the 14th Inst, and remain open lor five days consecu
tively, between tho hours of 10 A, M. and 3 I*. M.
Dy order of the Board,
so 0-0 t GEORGE SCOTT, Secretary.
TO CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS.—
Attention is invited to the following: stock of sea
soned LUMBER:
300,000 feet 6-4 Yellow Pine Floor Boards.
250,000 feet 4-4 do do.
30,000 feet 3-4 do do, suitable for lin
ing stores.
76,000 feot White Pino Floor Boards.
360,000 foot Spruce Joist.
Soiling low for eash, to suit the timos, and in lots to
suit purchasers.
ALBERT BENTON,
South FRONT street.
WORTH READING.—Why is it that so
many suffer and drag out a miserable existence,
unfitted for the enjoyment, and oven ordinary pursuits of
life, when relle by troatiueut at once pleasant, safe and
permanent in Its effects, may bo so readily obtained ?
Dr. MORRIS (late of New York) tenders his professional
services in all Chronic and Female Complaiuts, Piles,
Gravel, Dyspepsia, Rheumatism, Asthma, Ac.
Patients visited in any part of the city; or if prefer
red, treatment by letter,and the highest satiefactiou war
ranted. no matter how complicated and stubborn the
case may appear.
For some interesting and instructive suggestions to
the married, or those contemplating marriugo, (nbich,
when followed, will insure mutual pleasure and happi
ness,) enclose 25 cents. Address
WM. H. MORRIS, M D.,
selo 2t* Philadelphia, Pa.
Consulting rooms, 270 South FIFTIZ Street. Hours,
10 to 2 and fto 9, P. M.
Proposals for excavation.—Tho
WEST PHILADELPHIA PASSENGER RAILWAY
COMPANY will receive PROPOSALS, at their office,
FRANKLIN BUILDINGS, WALNUT Street, till noon
ortho 15th Inst,, for EXCAVATING and EMBANK
ING along the line of their route, llavorford road aud
Vino street, West Philadelphia—about 12,800 cubic
yards cutting, and 17,000 filling—there being very little,
if any. rock.
Contractors will state the time required to finish the
job and termn of payment. James Miller, Esq , En
gineer, Market street, West Philadelphia, wilt explain
details of the work required. J. 8. SILVER.
Chairman of Committee,
FIFTH and LIBRARY Sts , Philada.
BOARDING. —Very largo single and com
municating roomfl, newlv and elognntly furnished
atSouth-east corner EIGHTH aud SPRUCE. sclO-St*
Rosin— 500 barrels soap makers*
Rosin, to arrive per schr J. H Planner, and for
saloby MARTINA MACALISTER,
sclO-3t 119 Water street.
A FARM Oil COTTAGE wanted within 15
miles of Philadelphia, In exchange for a threo
stoiy Brick Uouso, east or Hixtoeuth in Vino stroet, and
a three-story House in Murray street, one in Pearl
street, and a lot in Kenslugton, 190 by 105 feet, fronting
on four streets, all clear. Either or all the above and
part cash. Apply to BOB'T A. PARRISH,
sopt9*lw# 8. W. corner of 4th A Walnut sts.
WANTED— A GOOD VESSEL OF
about 2,000 barrels capacity, to load for a port in
the Gulf. Apply to
DIBHOV, SIMONS, A Co.,
ac9-3t 30 North Wharves
IvrOTICE TO CONSIGNEES.—Tho ship
A STALWART, Cant. A. 11. Lucas, from Liverpool.
Is now discharging uuaer general order at Almond sti oet
wharf. Consignees will please attend to receipt ol
tbelr goods. THOS. RICHARDSON A CO.
W«-tt
NO MORE PILES—NO MORE PILES.
DR. CIIARLEB KELLNITZ, from Paris and Lon
don, Is in possession of a remedy which will cure radi
cally this painful disease, however protracted and ob
stinate it may he. The first prescription arrests all pain
as If by magic, and throe days' treatment effects a com
plete cure. No charge will be made If the remedy fails.
All diseases cured, lie Is also the Inventor of a liquid
for nourishing the growth of the hair,'and removing
baldnoss.the efficacy of which he fully guaranties.
Lewis Fishblatt cured of piles.
Apply at 023 LOCUST street, near the Unitarian
Church. i»Mm
ACGRKGOR HOT-AIR FijRNXoES'.
Bold by OIIADWICK & BRO., SECOND Stroet,
first door abnvo Race. auglB-3mofl.
SUPERIOR PICTURES—IIIP ROV E D
AMBUOTYPES at the new skylight room*. 1620
MARKET_atreet, west, of Broad street,,over Chance's
Dry Goods store. BVA’NS, practical Photographer and
teacher. se9-lw#
DAVID M. HOGAN, BLANK BOOK
Manufacturer, Rtatiouer and Printer, No. 418
WALNUT street. between Fourth and Fifth, Philadel
phia iW-lnt
SlmnsemenU.
A MERICAN 'ACADEMY OF MUSIC.
J% E. A. MARSHALL Solo Lessee
FIRST NIGHT
OF TUB
GREAT NOVELTY.
■WEDNESDAY EVENING, September 16th, lS5f.
FAUBTUB,
Grand Fantastic Ballet, by Domenico Bons&ni, the
celebratedMaitro do Balletand Pantomlmbit.
Principal Bancors and Fantomimiata.
AbsoluU di range Franceae.
M’LLE LOUISE LAMOUREUX,
SIGNOR FILIPPO BARATTI.
First distinguished Italian Bancors:
SIGNORE GUISEPPINA PRATESI,
TERKSINI PRATESI,
M’LLE LUCILLE LAMOUREUX,
SIGN’RA LURHA SONTOLINI.
First Italian Bancors:
SIGNORE CECCIIETTI,
BIGNORE BECKMANN,
SIGNORE DALTON,
SIGNORE GALE,
MANOY,
MARY SHEW,
ELIZA SHEW,
WEISS.
First PantomimUts assoluti:
GASPARE PRATESI,
OE3ARE CF.CCUETTI.
First Pautoraitnista:
GIOVANA PRATESI.
MADAME PRATESI.
Parti ingenue:
PI A. OECCiIETTI,
KURIOE CECOHETTI.
Secretary and Agent:
SIGNOR COROHI.
Two huudred Auxiliaries; Entirely new and superior
Scenery; new and magnificent Costumes: new and an*
propriate appointments.
Music by DAJETTI COSTA PKNOZZA.
Orchestral Conductor, CARL BERGMAN.
Particularsin futureadvertisements. Pricesasbefore.
Box Office will be open for the securing of teats for
the Ballet Season, of Sixteen Nights, on Friday and
Saturday, from 9 till 4, and on Monday, Tuesday, and
Wednesday for the securing of nightly seats, three days
in advance, without extra charge.
P. B.—Stockholders arc requested to present their
Certificates of Stock at the Box Office, and procure their
Tickets for the ensuing season. Tickets of the former
season will not bo admitted.
sell TAPS. McKEON, Treasurer.
\*7HEATLEY’* ARCH ST. THEATRE.
f V —Sole Lessee W. WHEATLEY.
Soils or Priors.—Orchestra Stalls, 60 cents; Dross
Circle (no extra charge fer Secured Seats), 60 cents;
Family Circle and Ampnitheatre, 26 cents; Seats in Pri
vato Boxes, 76 cents; Wholo Private Box, |3; Gallery,
13cents; Gallery for Colored Persons, 25 cents; Pel-
Tate Box in Gallery for Colored Persons, 33 cents.
Box OfUeo open from 10 A. M. until 3 P. M.
J. M. B.WHITTON Treasurer.
THIS (Friday) EVENING, Sept. 11th, the per
formances will commence with Sh&kspeare’s
MERCHANT OF VENICE.
Mr. E. L. Davenport
Mr. Wheatley
Mrs. E L. Davenport
To conclude with the popular Comedy of
THE SERIOUS FAMILY.
Capt. Murphy Maguire ...Mr. E. L. Davenport
Mr. Thayer
WALNUT STREET THEATRE.—Lea
*ee, Mr. 23 A. Marshall; Stags Manager, Mr.
Jobu Seftoo. Prices —Dreup Circle and Parauette, 50
cents; UpperCirclo, 25 cents; Private Box and Orchestra
Beati. 75 cents, lioi Office open from 9 o’clock A. M.
to 3 I'. M. Doors open at 7 o’clock; performance to com
mence at 1%.
Benefit of Mr. and Mrs. HERMAN VJSZIN.
THIS (Friday) EVENING, Sept. 11th, will he
acted Shakspeare’sTrairpdr of
MAOBKTH.
Maeboth Mr. Herman Teiin
Banquo .Mr. Young
Lady Macbeth.... ....Mrs. Herman Vesin
To conclude with the Laughable Farce of
THE WASHER-WOMAN.
Widgets Whittington .Mr. John Sloan
Mary White Mrs. John 81oan
RATIONAL THEATRE, WALNUT ST.,
A’l near Eighth.
MR. BURTON’S LAST NIGHT BUT ONH.
FRIDAY, a Great Comic Treat.
The two universal favorites for the last time,
THE SEniOUS FAMILY
AHI*
THE TOODLE 3.
Sleek, as originally played by him Mr. Burton
Toodles, as only played by him Mr. Burton
The Drama,of The Toodles, as performed by Mr. Bur
ton, is a very different piece to the stolen and muti
lated copies in use by other Theatres.
The manuscript of THE TOODLES is Mr. Burton’s
own property, and cannot be played elsewhere.
Remember—Last Night of each Piece.
WALNUT STREET THEATRE.—For
the benefit of MR. and MRS. HERMANN YEZIN,
FRIDAY EVENING, Sept. 11, will be performed
Shakspeore’s Tragedy of
MACBETH,
Macbeth Mr. Hermann Votin
Lady Macbeth Mrs. Hermann Yciln
To conclude with a Farce, in which Mr. and Mrs.
John Sloan will appear, being their last appearance.
s@lo-2fr*
A RAKE TREAT, FOR THE ONLY
TIME. To-night BURTON In his unequalled per
formances of SLEEK and TOODLES, together, at the
National, Ills last night but one. gcll-lt
I OM HOUSE, PHILADELPHIA,—
PTKMBERB,IBS7.
Mowing described UNCLAIMED and FOR
MERCHANDISE will be sold at public sale, at
RAISER'S STORES, northeast corner of Front
)ard Streets, on FRIDAY MORNING, October
til o’clock. By order of
J. B. BAKER, Collector.
SHAW 5c BAILEY, Auctioneers.
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the morning of that day.
Dancing academy.—naylou &
DAUGHTER'S DANCING AOADEMY, TENTH
and SOUTH streets, commencing TUESDAY, September
1,1867. The subscribers, in offering this prosnectus to
the dancing community, respectfully acknowledge their
kindness during past seasons, and pledge themselves
that nothing shall be wasting 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 their already full list of fashionable dances,
many new ones, which will bo introduced during the
season.
DAYS OF TUITION.
For Children—Tuesday and Saturday Afternoons from
3to 6 o’clock, for Ladies and Gentlemen—Tuesday and
Baturday Evenings from 7 till 10 o'clock. au 27-3 m
WM. D. ROGERS’ CARRIAGE REPOS
ITORY, im and 1011 CHESTNUT STREET,
above TENTH, ia now open for the aalo of every dea.
cription of Carriages, combining Style, Durability and
Elegance of Flnisn, from the Manufactory at the corner
of Sixth end Master streets, to which the attention of
Cltisens and Southern and Western gentlemen ia res
pectfully called.
N. B.—Especial attention given to Carriages for re
valr* in the shops connected with the Repository. En
trance on Chestnut Street. au3l-2w
IXTELCOME RANGE.—SOLD BY CHAD
TV WICK A DRO, Utt K. BECOND ft, WlMo.
<CT. MARK’S EPISCOPAL ACADEMY,
KJ LOCUST STREET, west of Sixteenth. Clm.es in
Latin, Greek, French, and tho usnil Engluh brsnehe.
ureaaged ao os to allow pupil. to edvxnet in cacb, inde
pendently of the others, with a rapidity proportioned to
their several abitlties. Much time is given during
eehool hours to prepare lessons. Circular, may be ob
tained at the Academy.
cell 2w« J. ANDREWS HARRIS, Principal,
MISS BONNEY AND MISS DILLAYE
00£.7. U1 RE-OPSN their HOARDING AND DAY
I 1816 CHESTNUT Street, on MONDAY, Sep
tember Hth.
rr . REFERENCES.
D. D., Philadelphia; David
Maiin. do; C. Wadsworth, D. D., do; M. O. Clark, do;
ni^.rA o *"’ D - D ’ io; Wm. 11. Jacobe, do; Wm
Lerhuro oJ n D n l> ;) d< s A ’ Converse, D. D., do; John
Brantlev’ 11 Cuthbert.do; Wm. T.
SEv.l'-,” 1 V R* Cheney, ilo; William Brad
cock’ Dn Y ,£n ,J id; Dl £ llU!tto ' D D., do; B. Bab-
Fatnn n D tV R -,i, u11 "l D D., Balt,more; George W.
Eut ivw’vis w t ° n ’ ! 'o W York i Kempton, North
S.T k ' 111I 110 ™" Bambini, Camille, Georgia;
H V? n ra, ?s' P J V e ;, Übur - Pennsylvania; John
a.HartiLLD.PhiU'iclphla; Raul T. Jones, Ksi , do;
£“!' A / .““i, : Caspar Morris, M.D.’do
Robert A. Eiell,E , o. l Marshall, Texas; John 11. Se,m
p'e, Esq.,Pittsburgh.Pennsylvania; James Edmunds,
Esq., do. do; George W. Jackson, Esq., do. do; Johnll
Raymond, LL. D , Brooklyn, New York; Mayson Brar
spn, Esq., Chicago; Hon. Oeerge W. Bradford. Homer.
New boric; Stephen D. Dillaye, Esq., New York city
Hon. Daniel S. Dlcklnsoo, Binghamton, New Yo*k
eep4-lm
rf^RITTENDEN’ 9 PHILADELPHIA COM
MKRCIAL COLLEGE, 8. E. corner of SEVENTH
and CHESTNUT Streets, Becond and Third Stories.
BOOK-KEEPING, PENMANSHIP, every atyU,
. COMMERCIAL LAWS AND FORMS.
COMMERCIAL CALCULATIONS.
LECTURES, &e.
Each Student ha* individual instruction from,compe
tent and attentive Teachers, under the immediate
supervision of the Principal.
One of the Best Penmen in the Country has charge of
the Writing Department.
Please call and see Specimens and get a Catalogue of
Terms, &c. se3lm
TIE-MAN ALLEN, A. M.; is prepared to
receive a limited number of pupils on the Violin,
or on the Piano, and to play Violin parts or accompani
f advanced pianists. Apply at the residence
?• hl * r *V> er l Proreaaor- ALLEN, No 215 South Scven
teeathStteet. CrcuUr,, an d references,
at u. ANDBK as Co.’s, No. 1101 Che.tnut St. iel-lm*
S T ;.S™ K «’ B episcopal ACADEMY—
KJ LOCUST Street, west or SIXTEEN.H will bo
openedon MONDAY September 7th at 8 A M
The Principal will be in attendance at the Academy
during the first week in September, between 9 A M and
2P.M , to roevive applications for admission Circu-
Ura may be had of Mr. niLL, Sexton of St. Mark’s
Chnrch, or at the Academy. 5
au29-2w» J. ANDREWS HARRIS, Principal.
SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES,SOUTH*
WEST CORNEROFARCH AND TENTH STREETS
The punlls in this Institution will be Instructed In all
the branches of a thorough English Education, and every
facility for the acquirement of knowledge provided for
them.
The discipline will bo a careful pointing onward and
upward.
The school-year ii divided into two terms, of five
months each, commencing first of Ninth Month (Sep
tember,) and first of Second Month (February.)
TERMS:
First Department, per term of tire months *25 00
Second “ “ u on m
™ni “ “ ■■ """uS
Fuel, &0., per term..... jx«o
Philadelphia, 1857
Thomas Klmber.
Samuel Settle, Jr.,
Marmaduke C.Cope,
William Bettlo,
Thomas Wietar,
Anthony P Morris,
Joshua U. Morris,
Uriah Hunt,
au2s-lm.
CUPPLEE’S INSTITUTE FOR YOUNG
£?•££££££’ (ho*"* l ®* Md day pupils,) N, W. corner
ELEVENTH aud QUEEN streou. Fifth session will
open on September 7th. Beat reference giren, lu«
eluding all present and former patrons. au26-tl
SPRING GARDEN ACADEMY FOR
YOUNG MEN AND BOYS, N. E. corner EIGHTH
and BUTTONWOOD streets. Professors of the highest
qualifications employed. Catalogues containing full
particulars, pupils’ names, testimonials, Ac., can be
had on application.
au2s-tf P. DONLEAYY LONG, Principal.
Hall of st. james the less,
PHILADELPHIA.
A FAMILY BOABDING SCHOOL FOB BOYS
Bar. B. R. SMTBBB, RkOTOH.
The Annual Session will begin on TUESDAY, Sen*
tombet 1.
Circular* may be obtained at th* Book Store of H.
HOOKER, 8 W. corner EIGHTH and CHESTNUT, or
of the Rector, Post Office, Falls of Schuylkill, Phila
delphia. aulT-Om
MRS. BARTON’S BOARDING AND
DAY SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES, No 1929
CHESTNUT St , below Twentieth, will ro-open on the
SECOND MONDAY in September. aul9-Cw*
TOOTHING SO NEEDFUL TO ENABLE
X* persons, male and female, to gain a share of this
world's goods and comforts as a
LEIDY BROTHERS’ BUSINESS ACADEMY,
Nos. 14$ and 160 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
by simplified methods, in a short time.
THE LEIDY’d take pleasure in saying, that during
the past year a large number of persous acquired a
BUSINESS EDUCATION, enabling utnjr to secure pro
fitable situations, and others to prosecute their business
operations successfully, _qa22s3ta—
IN THE ORPHANS’ COURT FOR THE
VciTY AND COUNTY OF PHILADELPHIA.
Iti the matter of the Estato of James McGarritr, de
ceased.
Ad appraisemeut, under the Fifth section of the Act
of 14th of April, 1851, having been filed in this matter,
notice Is hereby given, that Mary Ann MeGarrity. widow
of the said James MeGa-rity, claims to retain the per
sonal property referred to therein, to the value of three
hundred dollars; and that sbu will apply to tbe Orphans’
Court for approval of the said appraisement, oo FRIDAY,
the Eighteenth day of September. 1857. at 10 o'clock,
A. M., sec. reg. ALFRED 0 TOWE,
se4-4 8 11 & 15# Attorney for Widow.
IN THE ORPHANS* COURT FOR THE
CITY AND COUNTY OP PHILADELPHIA.
Trust Estate of John Idel.
The Auditor, appointod by the Court to audit, settle,
end adjust the account of Levi Sperry, Trustee under
tho will of Conrad Idel, deceased, of John Idel, end to
report distribution of tho balance in hand, will meet the
parties interested at his office at the Southeast corner of
Eighth atd Locust streets, on TUESDAY AFTERNOON,
September tf-'d, ut 4 o’clock.
*ell-eodst DANIEL DOUGHERTY, Auditor.
TVOTlCE—Whereas Letters of Administra
-11 tiouupon the Estate of JAMES DUGAN, deceased,
have been granted to the undersigned, all persous in
debted to said Estate ts 111 please make payment, and
those having claims will present the s&mu to
JANE DUGAN, Administratrix,
septll-fBt* Grape street, Maua/unk.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OR THE
CITY AND COUNTY OP PHILADE I'UIA.
NICE, et al., **. THE FRANKFORD i'.HALL. L.
F J. 47. No. 476.
PETER CASTER vs. SAME. L.F.J. 7. No.W2,
ABEL REED vs. SAME L. F. J. 67 No. 724.
The Auditor appointed by the Court to make distri*
bution of tho fund arising from the sole of the follow
ing described Real Estate sold by the Sheriff under the
above write on Monday, Julyfith*lBs7, will meet for the
furposea of his appointment on Thursday, September
Oth, 1857, at 4 o'clock P. M., at the Walhenil House,
George street, above Sixth, when and where all persons
haring claims are requested to prefer them before said
Auditor, or they will otherwise be debarred from com
ing in on said fuud;
All that certain lot or piece of ground situate on tho
south-easterly side of Maine street, in the borough of
Frankford. in the connty of Philadelphia, now in the city
of Philadelphia, at the distance of 278 feet north-easterly
from the north-east side of Green street, containing in
front on said Main stroet CO foot, and in length or depth
•oath-easterly, between parallel lines at right angles
with said Main street. 200 feet, to & 36 feet wide street
contemplated to be opened called Thomas street. Boun
ded south-westward ami north-eastward by othergrouud
belonging to the estate of tbosaid Isaac Whitelock, de
ceased, south-eastward by said contemplated street, and
north-westward by Main street aforesaid Being th
same premise! which the said Elizabeth Whitelock, Mary
Whitelock and Ellen L. Whitelock, Executrixes of the
last Will and Testament of Isaac Whitelock, deceased,
by indenture bearing even date with tho said mortgage,
and executed immediately before said mortgage, for tho
consideration therein named, part of which is Intended
to be secured by said mortgage, granted and conveyed
onto the said u The Frankrotd Odd Fellows* Hall Asso
ciation,’ 1 their successors or axslgui, in fee. Together
with tho free use and privilege of tha said contemplated
street, 36 feet wide, when opened so far as th* same Is
tail upon lends of the Estate of the aald Isaac White
lock, deceased. DAVID WEBSTER, Auditor.
au3l-mw&fst
IN THE ORPHANS* COURT OF MONT
GOMERY county, August 19th, 1857. Notice is
hereby given, to all persons interested is the estate of
Mary Alderfer, late of the township of Lower Salford, in
said county of Montgomery, decoaaed, that Abraham,
John, and Bonjimin Alderfer have applied to said Coart.
by petition, praylug Tor a decree for the sale of the real
estate of said Mary Alderfer, deceased. The said Court
have fixed WEDNESDAY, the 30th day of September,
1867, at 10 o’clock A. M., at tho Court House, in Norris
town, for all parties interested to appear and show cause,
if any they have, why the prayer of said petitioners
should not be granted. By order of the Court
J. 11. DAVIS, Clerk of tho Orphans’ Court.
au26-d4w
Notice.— letters testamentary
upon the Estate of HANNAH CALHOUN, (de
ceased,) having been granted to the undersignod, all
persona indebted to smd Estate will please make pay
ment, and those having claims will present the same to
CHARLES B. REES, Exocutor,
No. 133 d Coates street.
*Ul9.Wot#
ifbr Sale anb to £eU
T“ ‘ o'^Ye’ iV, THIRD AND
Fourth Floors of No 23 North Fourth street, oppo
site Commerce. Possession October Ist. Apply to
WILLIAM II BACON,
325 Market at.
rfhonn or $5OO book bindery for
tjpdvrvf SALE—Severn year* established, doing a
fair Job business, which can bo Increased, both blank
and printed jobs. Location, 636 Arch street, below
Sixth. Blank books at cost, jobs bound to order.
augl9-6w
PRIVATE RESIDENCE IN GLOUCES
TER, N. J,, FOR SALE, handsomely located and
shaded—Lot, 75 feet by 140 Price, $3,000. Also, Lots
suitable for manufactories, fronting the river. Apply
toO. ROBB, No. 311 South Fifth 6treet. au'2s-lm*
lys previous to the
m for examination
ee9 wfm t ocd
JE. & B. SCHELL’S
• 01TY MARBLE WORKS AND STEAM MANTEL
8. E. CORNER OP TENTH 3218 *
Where every variety of MARBLE MANTELS, TOMBS,
JfONUMENTe, TABLE TOPS and ILOORING, can be
aupplied upon reasonable term*. au24-tufJra
Gikard fire an
anos COMPANY, PH
So* WALNUT
BIUI
Wo. M. Swats,
John Ansptch, Jr.,
11. N. Burroughs.
J. B. Hughes,
F. D. Sherman,
Wo. P. llacker,
J. P. Steiner,
H. A, Shackelford,
Hon. JOEL
Hon.G.W. WOODWARD,
jko. s.:
Jins B. Alvord, Awlil
mHOMAS E. BAXTER.—HARDWARE,
X CTJTLKRY AND TOOLS, No. M 0 BASKS,* ST,
»i«T« JliatA, Kite till, PWW*IfW». Wl*ta
®iratdtionol.
HARRIETT BROWN!
REFERENCES
J.D. White, M D,
Benj. S. Jannoy. M. D,
Robert K.TVright,
Thomas D. Smith,
George Griseom,
William V. pitSeld,
David Vauderreer,
William 1). Thomas.
BUSINESS EDUCATION.
£egol Notices.
PAOTORY.
MARBLE HALL,
W MARINE INSITR
HLADELPHIA-Ottca, No.
){ THIRD.
ONLY TAKEN.”
3 TORS.
Jar. Wilder,
Jqo. McClore,
The. Cr**e&,
A. 8. Gillett,
Forman Sheppard,
Sami. Jones, U. D.,
Joseph Klspp, M. D
L JONES, President.
, Vie® President.
MoMdi.uk, Secretary,
[tut Secretary. attl *B®
Slipping.
ttHIP OTSEOXTHEU FOR NEW U*-
LEANS—LOUISIANA LINE—To sail with quick
despatch.
The A I fast-sailing packet ship OT3EOXTHE, Wn.
& Harwell, master. is now load ng at lt.ee street
wharf, anl having a large portion of her cargo t-oz*ged,
and going on board rapidly, will have quick despatch.
Shipper* will please hurry their a!onge,4e, and
bills of lading to the eountiog-hoase for signature.
For balance of freight, whiich will be taken at reduced
rates, or passage apply to
. ... BISHOP, SIMONS * 00,
*?7-dtf SdNprth VthirreJ.
The OTBEONTHE will insure at the lowest rates, and
take steam down the Delaware and r.p the Miwiastppi.
TjlOR SAN FRAiiCISCU—OALIi'ORJ. lA
•A LINE —Direct from Philaieipbia
J“® “fSaiflceut dipper ship JOiKPH JONES, Sam
* G * * ! lowers, eomininier, is now loading at Baee
street wharf; haring a p*rt of her carco eng
and going on board rapidly, wiU har* immediate de
puted.
Shippers will pleuo hurry their goods slonzsldo with'
OatileUr.
for balance of freight apply to
BIAUOP, BTMO?H * CO .
38 North WhirTM.
I jlOK SA2n T FK Aft Cl SCO—FK Oil
YORK,
The celebrated dipper abip SANTA CLAUS, Toater,
“uwterj the magnificent cilpptr ship BOSTONIAN,
~—» maater. are now loading and will hiTe de«patch &i
above
for balance of freight epplr to
BISHOP, SIMON 3 ft CO ,
3* Ne’ih ~VTharrf<.
ijolela nn6 tUstanianls.
T?fnDT D STAR HOTEL IN HARMON?
CODRT —Th* publie are r*sp*cifally informed
mat the old STAB HOTEL is still In exltUcce. The
proprietor will _be glad td see hu old friend*. and
promises to furnish the® with a saperUr ioil.tr of A U.
Wines and Liquors. He feels assured thit on rariaf
nun a rmtthej will not be disappointed. *
JOHN CORLEY.
SeS-lW
Lunch from ID to 12 o'clock.
TltcGO WAN'S RESTAURANT, SOUTH-
If J. ve*t corner of BROAD and WALNUT —Qaae
atMl all other dslicaciee In season. lauJlies supplied
with Oysters on the ibortest uotiee. »ep7-7ei
Lews b. coffin,—
THIRD WARD HOTtL. (DEMOCRATIC BRAD
QUARTERS.)
South-east corner IIFT 11 *ni QUEEN Streets,
a»p3 Imo Phllid-lpM*
EBCHANTS* HOTEL,
WORTH FOURTH STRXST,
A*o*g MtsKvr,
PHILADELPHIA
UoKIBBEW & pEoriiiTt*J
SCOTT HOUSE—Corner of Irwin Street
Duquetne Way, Pittsburgh. B. D. UABKI.iL
Proprietor. aulVfci
iHines an 6 £ianors.
pORT WINE.—In bond and entitled to do*
l ben tare 250 earics St. JooepVi Pare Juice Pert
Wine, In qn. «nt tichUu.
Ten pancheoni Joan iliawy I»Ur Mak Scotch \Chi»*
key. 2 years old
Fifty pipes Anchor Gin.
Marett. Martel, Bouvet, andj J Dupoy Broodies, all
of which t offer to the trode at reduced prices
JOS ?. TOuTAS,
BS and 90S /rout St .fce.'ov JV*lcat.
EP. MIDDLETON & BHO., IMPOKT
• ER3 of BRANDLL3, OTNK.ic ; .]«, „„, u
and sole proprietors of the old WHEAT WHISKEY.
No 6 North FROST street *u2-.M :i
A LEXANDER V. HOLMES, WINE AND
LIQUOR STORE. No. 226, Southeast Corner of
OKOItOE «,<! SOUTH Bum. »S"t
Cl. LEWIS, IMPOSTER AND DEALER
* N » ES ’ LWroJB. CIGARS. Ac .'6
Booth HPTU Stmt, PhllKl.l^his
OKANDIES—Pinct, Castillon it Co., 11a-
M-M rett A Co., and other brands of Cognac* of various
vintage*, In half pipes and quarter euls ; Pe’leTolrla
Rochelle Brondlee. nit and dark, in hslf p*pce quarter
caeks and one-eighth casks, ail in Cos tow House stores.
Imported and lor sale by 1
HENBY MULES 4 CO ,
Noe. 231 and 523 South Fourth «treet
DITHMAK & BUTZ, PURTEK, AIaE
AND LAGZR BEER BREWERY, Nc 520 new
No. 936) North THIRD Street, Philadelphia —c-htot'c*
orders promptly attended to „ Q ] \f *
Galea bn 'Auclion.
WfOLBERT k SCOTT, AUCTIONEERS,
▼ ▼ 431 CHESTNUT Btroet, opposite the Custom
House, between Fourth an pjf;h streets
CARD —Wb invite the attention of po'cbasers to the
saloof Furniture, to be held at No 106 Yin* street,
above Proot, THIS MORNING. at 10k' o’clock
SPECIAL SALE OP FRENCH PATENT
WOVEN SEAMLESS CORSETS, TO CLOSE A * IM
PORTATION.
ON SATURDAY (TO-MORROW) MORNING. Sept 12,
Commencing at 11 o clock precisely, wo will s *ll at
No. 431 Chestnut street, between Fourth and Firth §:•
1,000 French Patent Woven Corset*.' eii-b.'ci p » fa 1
and desirable aa»octm*nt of abort corsets x-d hol'o f.
white, colored and mixed, of saleable six**. aaso-u-i to
salt purchasers. Tbe above consignment of corsets *Ld
bodices com* s from the importer, *rd ha' been selected
with a view to the requirement* of the fashionable trad*
of this market. Tbewhcla will bo disptajed tor exitri
nation, with catalogues, tarty ea the morning tf stie,
when the trode and purchasers generally are rerptctfaPr
invited to attend.
SALK OP BRANDY IN BOND.
Un MONDAY, 21st mat.,
AtlOJf o'clock precisely, we will sell, by order of
Mrs. Elisabeth Htmee, administratrix to tb- est-it* of
John Guy, Jr., decyea-d, at the Custom Hotuo. Ch -st
nat streot. between Fourth sad Fifth Stmta. 93 half
pipes trtndy.
“flgSffi/JEI at 11
A large and valuable collecUou of kumpean Oil *»«» t
ingi, embracing works from mauy of the best Continen
tal Artists Xncluled will be found. Marine Tiews In
teriors, Cattle Pieces, &c , suited tor the Gallery. Va*.
lor, or Drawing Room They have b«n w*l*ctcd with
| great car* by resident Agents, who bare devoted s-iseul
attention iu selecting for this market
The whole will be arranged for examination on
SATURDAY, until 10 o'clock m tin weeing. and on the
morning of tale, when admirer* of the fine arts, and
purchasers generally, are respectfully mr.trd to attend.
PEREMPTORY bALE OP EMBROIDLLIi.3,
SHAKLB. UILLISEBY GOOD3—WIDSESBAT a. it.
at 10 o'clock precisely, we will sell on a liberal credit by
catalogue a large and valuable assortment of ohuico
French and Scotch Embroideries. Shawl*. Ribbons. Arti
ficials, Skirts, Corset*, Rennets, and Miliire.-y Good*
generally.
N. B. Samples will be displsyed for examination ear*
ly on the morning of SUe, when the trade, an j pur
chasers generally, will find it their interest to attend.
Moses nathans, auctioneer
AND COMMISSION MERCHANT. S. E cornet
SIXTH juid RACK Streets.
SALK OF SECOND-HAND AND NEW FUBNITO*.
ON this (FRIDAY) MORNING Sept llth r at Do'elotk
At til'd S fi corner cf SIXTliVud HACK Sir+'t*.
Consisting in part of Spring Seat Parlor «h lira, 51 sL
bte-top Sideboards, 31art'le-top Tablis, CaLt.-
Seat Chairs. Mahogany Can! Table*. Walnut CWtr*
Table.*, Pio-h Dhmds and Chairs, Cane-seat Rocking
Chairs, Stuffed Hocking Chaire, I.*jp*ri»l Carp.ts. G.it
Frame oval and muare faney-top Fret ch Platv 51irrors.
Fine Fuatb’w Bede, Mattresves, Jvnny I,rcl Hl.h p( it
and other Bedsteads, Walnut Cnbs. Ch*rrj Breukiast
Tables, Windsor Chairs and Settles i*cr.i+ij Dc-sks
aud Book-cases and naaeruua ether article*
NATHAN’S PRINCIPAL LOAN OFFICE,
3 J£. Corner of Sixth and Race streets.
Whore money will be loaned on gold and tilv y p’ato
Watches, Jewelry, Diamonds, CMh.og- Dry ut-cd*,
Groceries, Began, Hardware, Cutlery, aunutore. fed
ding, Horses, Vehicles, Harness, Stocks, and on all ar
ticles of value for any length ©t time agreed on. en c ore
satisfactory and liberal terms than at any other ostab
lishinent. fieJJ JI NATHANS,
NATHAN’S great sale of FORFEITED GOODS will
take place in a Tew days Duo notice sr.U be given.
WEBB’S great tala of forfeited Watches, Jewelry,
Onus, Pistols, 51 us cal Instruments, Ac., wiU bike tute
shortly. Dae notice will be given
WEBB’S great sale of Dry Goods. Clothing, Bed lie?,
Ac., being forfeited collaterals, will take place shortly.
Due notice wilt be given
LARGE PALE OF FORFEITED GOOD 3.
NATHAN'S Great Sale of Watches, Jewelry. »se ,Ac
On TUESDAY morning next. Sept 15th. ».t 10 o'clock,
at Moses Nathan's Auct.oo Store, S E comer of
SIXTU and RACE Streets, Sale* Rocm 2-1 itcrj, en
trance from Race si
Consisting in part of Magnificent Gold Hnntinz Case,
Double Case, Double Bottom and Open Face
Patent Lever Matches, the most of tho.ii IS karat, iuU
jewded, and of the inO't approved makers, P icr.oc
Gold Hunting Case, Double Bottom and Open Fee* E*-
capeiueut s»i-s Lever Watches, Is karat tine ptdd. and
of the best makers; Fine Gold Lupine Watches, In Hunt
ing Ceees and Open Face, lulMcwelied and p.iin;
English, Swiss. and French Gold Watches; arpiecdd
assortment of Hunting Case and Cpvo Face Silver Eng
lish and Swiss Patent Lever, Escaje neut L.*v<rr. LpiTe
Watches, Double Case. Double Bottomed, and Single
Cue Watches; Gold Chains. Petal Cases, Ear-ri gs,
Finger Riogs, Breast Bios, and Jewelry
Watehaiaaers, Jewelers, Dealers, the Trade gfoer&l
ly, and private purchasers, will Bnd it tn th iraJvao
tags to attend th-s sale, u it will embrace the finest and
beat assortment of WaUbes ever off- red at public &Jc.
JOUN BAYLIS, AUCTIONEER—No. IN
ARCH Street, between Tnird and Fourth Streets.
SALES EVERY EVENING, fit 7 o clock.
Of Boots, Shoes, Hardware, Cutlery, Vatchts. Jew.
elry, Hosiery, Whips, Trunks, Fancy Goo*ls, Notions,
Ac , Ac
N. U.—Terms of Night Sales, four months' ere-llt for
approved eitT acceptance*. for snius of sluu ami * ith in
terest added fro n date of sate sepl-lm
George w. smith, auctioneer,
N. E. corner of BARRON and SOUTH Streets,
above Second.
EVENING SALES.
BALES EVERY SATURDAY EVENING,
At IX o’clock, at the Auction Store, cf Hardware, Cut J
lery, Housekeeping Articles, Clothing, Watches, Jewel
ry, Fancy Articles, Ac.
CJAiIUEL NATHANS, AUCTIONEER,
>3 and MONEY LOAN OFFICE, No 112 South
THIRD Street, below Walnut, opposite Pear st., only
eight doors below the Exchange
Hours of business from T o’clock, A. M., nntU 10
o’clock in the evening.
Out-door sales, and sales at the Auction House, aV
tended upon the most satisfactory tenna
CAPITAL £OO.OOO
Established for the last T*irty Years.
Advances made from ooe dollar to thousands on Dia
moods, SUver Plate, Watehoa, Jewelry. Hardware, Mcr
ebaadite, Clothing, Furniture, Bellcg, Cigvs. Musical
lastramente, Guns, Horses, Carriage?, and Goods
every description.
All goods can remain any length cf timu agieeT
npon.
AU advances, from one hundred dollars and upwards
will be charged 2 per cent, per month j and over,
the lowest market rate.
This Store House having a depth of 120 feet, has
fire and thief-proof vaults to store all valnaMea, and pri
vate watchmen for the premises; also, a heavy insu
rance effected 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 satis
factory and accommodating tenna than «nv other in
this city.
Money advanced to the poor, la small amounts, with
out any charge.
„ ~ AT PRIVATE BALE.
Gmd Patent Lever and other Watches, Jewelry, and
Clothing will be sold at reduced prices. aul-ly
Ijats, Capo, »Cr.
CII. GARDEN A CO-,
• Manufacturers of and Wholesale Dealers in
HATS, CAPS, FURS, STRAW GOODS,
FANCY BILK AND STRAW BONNETS,
ARTIFICIAL FLOWERSi ROUCHES.
FEATHERS, tc.,Jc.
No. 632. (old No 186) MARKET Street,
Below Sixth, south side,
And No. 6JB MINOR Street, Philadelphia.
0. HSKItr OißOt*, BAKU!. DO.VOVA*.
Merchants are respectfully invited to examine oar
stock se7-2m
CULLENDER A PASCAL,
V 3 HATTERS,
knl-fim No. 8 B.“SIXTH street, Philadelphia.
©enllcmen's iFunmljmgCoo&s.
WINCHESTER & SCOTT, GENTLE
VV MEN’S rtnmiemso STORE, «o 4 TATENT
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