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LETTER. BlitithtllEW YOWL
LOorrespondolith otAlte peal - , OP :• 4
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The news by tne.B .0
altio exceedingly übfavora
hie. The ininiediatetidvande in the rate of Inter
• eat by the *Silk England on the rea oipt of the
:bad heft , from the •deeline in console,' the
prospect of,a ; further adyiince in the rate of hater ;
,est as fares eight per tent., and the chance of a
fintiaelel reiplsion is all the continentof Bbrope,
Berri riatiiialliadded to our gloom, and increased
our anxiety for tholuture ; for if thesehe the re
eitlia'of a knowledge of a portion "of our troubles,
what are we to expect when they leern the full
ntemittie of our eualienslon ef' spot° payment,
cox" Said thatprirateletters are Much more
cheering, and L'rather iodine to the belief that
the newspaper accounts, are exaggerated, and that
dot:4 being put on the exportation of gold by
'raising the rate of interest of the Bank of Eng
. land will be the 'thothserious calamity we have to
The chin storm has prevented mush activity in
"Oth'slthot to-day. BverYthing is dull and gloomy,
- and 'eVerf, ono is , despondent. The banks are
.."fartifYiug'l themselves. The commends] men
aro failing in: dozens. The bankaare said to have
a , reserve of fourteen millions. Were six of these
millions • used' in saving the remnant of our corn.
mercial men from 'ruin, an inealeulable benefit
would be ,done . Bat, instead' of this, the bank
'statement this eveningshows further decrease in
loons, Qf ONn AND, A onAUTEN. MILLIONS.
• * This prospect naturally enrages those who were
. once fools enough to believe that the banks would
"'expand several millions," be "liberal to their
onstoothre,", and . '" discouut to the full amount of
- their - receipts." The most gentle of these say;
' ' the banks blare been wanting In vendor;" the
mere onergetle,use stronger and equally Just terms
of condemnation.. There can be notthe shadow of
a' doubt that every: reproach. however , bitter,
every evidence of displeasure.' however , severe,
aro well and =justly Merited 'by the men -who
- ,-linver directed the' hanks Of ;Our' city 'dtirlog the
''crisis; and Ware ruined and' duped the public, by
whose patronage they, exist.' It Is 'rumored that
..some,otthose of the banks - Which usually pay a
dividend on the lot of 'November will postpone it;
. but ea there is, as yet, ho more unanimity in'this'
- than in the rest of their conduct, I cannot report
to_yort that any Book resolution has been adopted,'
The 'Baltic brings nearly $360,000 is geld, and
the Persia, is,expeeted to bring upwards of $1,503,-
00t, gue'hare - on' Wednesday. IL - ista" he hoped
that this bullion may, be"emdplbyed well to Waving
;this crupsiand that. it May not be allowed tete into
- the,;vicalts of Ate banka,,to show bow they have'
"fortified" themselves, -and how, impregnable is,
:their position. I hear that the bank officers ate;
_ quite jocose on the subject of the °rigs—Riney that
their management is a triurephof finaneiering, and
;that the complaints( of the public' are the &soon-,
teat of as ignorant, vulgar erotic!, to be despised
by such financial oracles as they are.. They actually
crack jokes, and throw off sarcasms at the expense;
of those who senturate doubt the propriety of their -
inenagement. Lest the country bankewhose notes,
they hold might - venture to act liberally, they hold
in terroreta over their heads the - danger of calling
on them to redeem their oirCulatiOn without notice,
and thus dep . riVe them of the power of doing good.
Money is as tight as it ever was, reports of " ease"
at the banks, and the note-brokers; to the contrary
notwithstanding. , At least, I have failed to see
the man who' has got a discount is shade below
tire exorbitant rates which have prevailed for
the bat month or six weeki. 'Foreign Exchange
it dull at former rates, and domestic) exchange is
quite as difficult and rates is high as tit Saturday.
th i ld ilia supply in excess of, the demand at • lel&
per cent. premium, •
I have to report the failure of the well-known
tee, broken; Beebe d Co. They fought long and
)ravely, but had to succumb at last. "The de
' crease in loans" of Wilily sounds 'the funeral bell
'of Many a good firm: '
- The elearighouse_settlement was: Clearings,
.$19,901,1541.714 and balances paid in coin, $747,-
,285:34. The cash, transactions at the clearing,
hose' were :, '-Reoeipts; '5143,129.11 ; Payments,
1285,978,97. Balance, k
r .„..c,71112,281.8.1. ens.
-toms reebipts for duties were, $17,892.33.
' The statement of the New York city banks "id
their average condition for the week ending Oct. ,
24, ahows an increase of 32,168,125 in coeds,
decrease of $1,269,339 in loans ; of $1,202.702 in
circulation; and an increase of 34,903,475 in de- "
posits . ;The following le a comparative statement
of Oils week, and that ending Oct. 17 :
'Loans, end II
discounts. Specie, kirculesd Deposits
t 51,813,250 18,087,441 $52,M,023
10,011,336( 0,884.739 j 67,801,098
'Oct. .11. ,C59;t246,820
Oct. 2A.:1 9,40/6s4gl
The stock market improved to-dayseveralpoints
in the faoo of the had Intelligenoe" from the,other
side of the Atlantio. ' At the first board Ohio State
6's advanced ?;.Tennessee do: 2'; Virginia' o'c.l;
New York Central 6's I; do. 'Vs- 2,- and Illinois
Central bonds 31.. Reading advanced, also, 31, and
Michigan Southern preferred stock 2; but Erie
fell and New' York Centrally. Between beards
several sales were made at a further Matinee.'
At the - second board still higher r priaes were
reached:,Reading closed at 20 ; N. Y. Central at
60.1 ; Eri at Of, and Afiehigan.Southern at 10k.
The market lift off firm and buoyant.
It is said that large orders have been received
from England to purchase stook, to be drawn for - at
three days eight. 'This fulfils one of my predic
tions after the arrival - of the Europa:
NEW YORK 32 . 00 E =MANGE BmBB, October 23
1133 T Cen 131 todji
500 do b 5) - 60
900 'do 00' 08
104 do 68M
160 do 68,1,1
10198 W Y State 6'3 , 68 98%
2000 NY State Vs '73101
400 Ohio 8 ay , 93'
2000 Miclttgan BWs 80
21800 Tenn 80'e'90- 70'
1000 Virginia We ' 72,1(
8.500 N Y Can DR fro 70
.200017. Y Oen RIZ - Ve 90
I'ooo.B Bed 31 iB3 40,Ai
2000 Go ben Ilh We 47
20 EH° 11 9
50 do ' 112 . sy
16 Six th dm It 82 i
28 Nll & 11antord It 196'
'2O LlOss EOM '
• • • • • • - • •••
2000 T Haata 24 'Ali 25
800 Ins Con It bile 01
700 ReIOWA. ' 25
200 d 6" - go /IN
6000 do - 0 ' Odg
6500 'do ' • • 01 %
6000 do of 0 eisg
loam MN I pi etk
300 111 Oen It $lO 77X
60 dP i. _ _ 17.1 i
200 0114 Ptta R paw eg
80 Qal & Ohio It 68,St
' B,', do • WV,
do ' 88
200 Olov d Tol Ro B 25
?.15 Wdo It TV 00
10 Now 7eroey It 207
11 do 108
" ' 'SECOND 130/I.ED..'
SOO VirgloffiS'a 17 7OO Now York Con B 60);
zoo. do ; 14 - ,So' do AlO 00
2000 Mob State 6's 80 70 do 1103 i
240 do , ; 150 50
100 do 01 ,
100 do • 83 511. X
150 do - 60 X
200 Reading RE 180 2.5%
100 do . 28
200 irio Railroad, 9X
7 Chic& It IR 62
10 LaCroßso & Mil It
10 Dlch 8& N Prot 19
40 do • , /9X
3000 Ohio 6 , 0 i 386 t 02X
4000 IdY'State 6'n,'6o 98
6000 'l'ann 6 , 4 '6O • 70
0000 I.7laaonri 6's • MX'
1000 do , .66X
1000 Bile , 82 .. , 26
20 Nalai6 Bank 61
160 Cumberland Coal, IX
70'. .46; 6
60 Koh do &NIB. ~ 8%
60-Del &Iludeo is.3o 88
100 (Bev & ToIR 26X
AuovancsA4B in? STOCKS AND BONDS-06x. 2S)
, ' : • ' ,:- ,By Albert 11. litcelay.. •"
100 sh Wells, Fargo, & Co's Exp, $lOO each 30%
60 sh N J B.& Trans Co, $6O each.' , 100 N
96 oh Firesnenol Wire , Ins Co, $ll toleh•:. • ' MOX
40sh Suter's-Mrs Ins 06,525 each ....... . ' ' 94
60 oh Brooklyn lire Ins Co, $l7 each..... —. 10$
2e sit Clinton Fire Ins Co, $lOO each 100N0 95X
10 sh Lamar Igraine Co, $lOO each 18X0 78%
a) sh Phenix /ire Ins Co, $ 6O each .::.... 98
10 sh Resolute Fire Ins Co, $5O each..:... 60
40 sh Excelsior Pin Ins Co, $5O each..... 92% 0100
15 eh Cocaine Fleeing CO, $lOO each 65
20 shilartnonyFirelusCo, (hrph) $5O each 78 %
60 sh Brom:may lire Inc CO. $25 each 108%01071
. 20 sh Commercial Fire Ins Co, - $5O oath... 84
60 sh Exchange lire Ins Co, $3O each 09%
,20 oh Idereenti le Eire In Co, $6O each.... , 62
10 eh eabhard Fire Ins Co, $lOO each 62%
60 sir/decks' lc Tradersllns Co, $25 each. 112%
40 oh East Hirer Fire Las 00, $l5 Seth ' - - 78
30 sh Year Cooper Ina Co. $2O each 90
20 ah La Fayette Mire too C 0.160 each.... 75%
OA _Lorillard Virelns CO, $25 each .....1.. ', '-103%
'4O oh Lenox Fire In Co, $25 each 80 .
k 24 akiNOIFIVOI4O Fire Inc Co, $5O each.... '' 85
40 oh - Fulton Fire Inspo, $25 each 70
30 oh gape Pre Ina Co, 360 each
20 Commonwealth Plea lea Ca,sloo each
caVOmmonwealth Mire Ina tm,stou
33 sh Knickerbocker Fire Ins Co. $4O each 128
20 eh Harmony Fire ins Co $6 O each 70
MARKETS —Ashen—Are firmer for pate and steady
for pearls—with miles M 60' this.' at for pots and
Ser for pearls,. 7 ,
Ibutansrerra—The market for State and Western
tour Ss tussettled , under the influence of the' foreign
advises,' and prices are irregular, in some instances a
decline of 1.0.15 cents fr bbl,juiving been autosittell
to, but this is notgeneeal; the sales are 9.600 Ibis , at
14.00c0fat 78 for Waleson to good State, s4.SOass OS for
extra State, $4.00n54 75 for common to good Michigan,
Indltins, 4 ,ohfo, Iowa; &o.; Wad $4,80e481010r extra do,
the latter rate for good family brands.
Southern flour is also lower. and is heavy and dull,
with Woe of 700,144 at $5.30a55,50 for nal:W.o good
•brabdsof Baltlinore, Alexandria, Georgetown, Frede
rickihnsg, & 0., and 165.6437, for favorite, fancy, and
extra brands do. , : ,
Canadian flour la easier, with sales of 550 bids at $5.10
056,75 for the range at extra and fondly brands, the
latter rtvery extreme rate.
fty,e Flour is nominal at $3.25n54,60 for the range of
fine mid superfine.
COBS URAL 19 also nominal; we !NM.° hosey at 53.25;
Wirsav Is2ofic lower, and is very much, unsettled;
the spies are 29,100 bushels Chicago spring, at 98ces$1;
12,000 Ahlwanken club, $3.02; 4,400 white Canadian, at
$1..35, which Is an extreme rate,; 8,000 mixed Indiana;
$1.10;, 2,000 prime red Indiana, $1.18; 000 'white
Southern, $1,44; 2.70 0 red Southern, $1.20; and 000
damaged Southern, 950. ; „ •
Rye is firm at BO centa for prime , with but ailnitted
soppir un sale.
' Oats are quoted' at 03840 c for Southern, MiesUO for
.larecy, 45 edific for State, and dflettio for Western.
- Corals Vary heavy, and closes dull and unsettled; the
iollea are 23,000 huahels mixed Western at 07X 003 X e,
'nloSing seminally at 68c.
Corrog—Prices are entirely nominal.
I?l.3 , 'Sßlo2lo,—Vortc,in' dull, and. in the absence of
trim/41430ne . ive have to ramirt ideas nominal at Wino
sat for mess. and $10.56010.75 for prime. Bruited
liege area:bide ficiner, With miles - at 6,4414 OM litter
rate for prime corn fed, Beef Jo lower and very lunch
unsettled, with sales of 200 bide at 810e311 for new
notary, mess,. 33.50c07 SO , for new. 'country', prime;
51 4 7.6 0 08 12 for old reputed. Western, sod 103wM 60
for,@xtra Western mess, _Beef hams are'unoltauged ;
we notice sake of 26 Ws - State at $lO. Bacon ls dull
and nominal at 3230 for, smoked Western.' Out matte
~,c olt ir ei r nominal, and in the absence of sales. quo
tations cannotbe given with reliability hard intoner,
.witit, however, a fair , demand ; we notice sales of 350
tierces and bble at. ionlsK. Butter and cheese are more
active at former quoted rates.
Wrinsaav Is very heavy, with sales of 75 bbls at 231gc.
TRE MONEY, MARKET.
' ; ', ' ' , "PutnanilminiAdOetober 20, 18d1.
T6llll ZDITOS Or Tift Poem : Not lag BIOCO I had
occasion to sell a draft, drawn at short eight, by a firm
In one clty npon their branolt•bouse in another place.
The name of the Mine firm, of coerce, appeared as
drawer and acceptor, One gentlemen to whom I of•
fared it, declined the purchese, saying it wall "pig upon
pork." Being not a tmeinese num myself, I have asked
one or two friends who are, whether tier could tell me
the origin of Ws asyingibut have only learned that It
was a common phrase to applyto paper made negotiable
by the came name appearing on it in two places. It you
can explain its origin, you will me by doing so,
and satisfy my , - • . ~ &onaioste:r. .
The thronwg!pig ripcallOritl'? or ''' g' Otani bacon,”
is often inlaid td`ciinting houses, but the onlr envie
natiOnotittlintwaremember to hate mat is inlay.
sioll'sHietoryottlankini ite says that Mri Leeds Loyd,
father nftbe banker of the same name, who IfAis aftwr 7
erlas. cieated Lord ilWeratette,'Was a Webb diseenting
nib:dater, who mode a inalat tilirlige with the daughter
of a Manchester banker and reanufaetnrer named Zeta,
;Arlie' die pi4+eitabecetrati riteenelledtoilie M 1,011144
mitt titlien` , lrito theilini; iMd being a' min of great
abilitivihe sPeedilttage Ha buebteaa rapidly hMriteia.
Ttidir - ,.//yedori agentp,_o4Plitetag of the Aroubio _pc
~i cabili :their 6clitenti;lo,, : ,toit i *Lit , iiiivei st 4 iii.
: tlitilio44:4 ,blibt Aibier;:tke - Bali Oa titMcbestee
I.l4Filiz.OV*Or...llol.ritoOrdi*. o'l, 9 0tOrOtieeteri tuff
-.l4lappgatlonei,Loy4;:to 6 4.s lo #oi , ,-' '''ili ,, ..
= time is IV; IMyCeillint apoii`e:MuittimeeirhOeiee.
..., . 30 ' lseakft,betd, mat the same haying been
' L' ;gin - AV:bottle iiipzudou by a are Ore* he
, R #4 - IM'ati#asierlerheitteOluali*PoArilt
10.1/ 44 * SOW, So l 44 . l 46 Orsofaet :
..,,A -.1.. - a• - ?.. - (.., 01-1
.4;1 - 401: 4 A 4, , l;, iga'o , i`_ - .fx i,d 41._",;•0
iretCii4 Vitruhrer that question? ) mid' thatehtleirist;
14 you must permit me, Mr. Loyd, to put a question to
you ;" et thirsime time openiin: a drawer, ho produced
several Mils drawn, by Jones, Loyd, & Co , of Manches
ter, upon :ones, Loyd, 4 Co., of Loudon. "
are these bills, which I call Pig 'upon bacon, all based
upon bona fidt trausaotions?" This was so unexpected
a retort, that Mr. Loyd retired without uttoriog another
Mr. Lawson gives this story as the originof the phrase,
though it may date much farther batik.
The ads:lees from England seem to indicate the ap
proach of a similar Mate of things there to that we
have experienced. The rates of discount are rapidly
advancing, gold is leaving the country, and failures tor
large amounts begin to be reported. Gentlemen from
the continent represent financial twitters there all de
plorably bad, especially in the German States. bier.
nautili)houses were struggling throughdlillculties in the
anxious expectation of relief from America; and we
may look for the tidings of great distress when the
news arrives that the expected relief will be long de
The Baltic brought nearly $360,000 in specie ' and as
it was reported that two millions would go by the ilaltic
and Canada, we may look for the arrival of a million
sad a half at Boston by the latter vessel in a few days
The export of specie from New York last week amount
ed to only fifty dollars.
The York Pcnaryfeartian thus notices a new coun
4, A dangerous counterfeit on two different plates of
the five-dollar notes of the York County Bank have
found circulation in this county. They are so well exe
cuted'as to require a searching glance to detect thorn.
About the surest guide is to look at the trace In the
vignette, where two persons and two horses are plowing.
In the good note the trace runs down to the horte'elcg;
In the counterfeit the trace does not go nearly to the leg
of the horse. Another good method to detect is in the
President's signature—Bß Lewis: in the genuine the s
in Lewis does not touch the printed Pres.,' wbito iu
the bad the s touches or runs into it, The teeth Iu the
rake on the' left side of the note, at the bottom, are
coarser in the counterfeit than In the good. There are
other plain defects to be seen, but an observance of the
directions we have given will enable any person to de
tect the fraud, Several of these counterfeits wore passed
a few days since In the upper end of York county,
"Besides the above dangerous counterfeit, there is
one on the 10's of the Harrisburg Bank, and an altered
note on the o's of the Columbia Bank. There are
also Vs and l's en the Columbia Bank, but the bank has
no notes of en low a denomination in circulation."
According to the oustom house tables of the foreign
trade far ten months of the calendar year, tho impor
tation of foreign merchandise Into the port of New
York to the 30th of September, amounted to
Add two weeks In October
- Total to date .
Ararat same thee, 1850 -
Incresoo to dote.'
The same tables make the export of dome4tio produce
Goods to the'SOth September.
Add two weeks in October.
Total to date:......:
Against name time, 1856
Decrease to date
The lame tables make the direct export of specie to
the 30th Septemliter, 533,448,000
Add two weeks In October 239,000
Total to , date
Against same time. 1858
Increase to date
The entanglements which have embarrassed the
western division of the Ohio and Mississippi Railroad
Company are said to be all unravelled, and a general
compromise effected between the, creditors end atock
holders and Page, Bacon Co. Alt mite are discon
tinued. The income bonds bear 7 per cent. interest,
and all/ run twenty years.. The deed of Mr. Jenks is
annulled, and Page &Bacon reconvey the road to the
company, in considenstion of the acknowledgment of
the debt due to them, which was computed at from two
to three millions of dollars. To secure this, the com
pany will issue - $2,600,000 construction bonds and
$9,900,000 income bonds, called third and fourth mort
gages: B. M; D. Barlow. of New York, has been elect
The receipts of the Michigan Central Railroad for
September were $301,828 7d
,81eptember,1850 371,912 22
The Drat two weeks of Oct: $135,778 00
Bann thno hint year 180,623 83
The receipts of this Company for the present year, up
to Oct. 17, are $243,721.59, against $257,792.09 for the
same period Wit year—a decrease of $14,070.50. Tho
amount of buidneee done, however, lase been larger this
year than in 1866; the deficit arising from a reduction
of the rates of toll on mane of the moat important arti
cles of transportation.
The New York Times says:
The Illinois Central Company will resume payment
ou Its Interest coupons to-day. The amount overdue is
inba,m. The note. I.ayable of the concern, partly
overdue, amount to $3,610,915, of which 6413,17 8
anted by Collateral or endorsed by the individual direr.
tore, are provided for; by preference, in the recent as
signment. The reliable resources of the company are
reckoned at 61,841,871, and their condition, present
and contingent, would seem to be, in brief, as follows:
Coupone notes payable and book acc0unt5...63,700,551
Optional scrip due in January 794,500
Coupons and Interest on notes in dprll 690,634
Available resources, as above
Total funded or assessed • A 284,51.3
't The outstanding optional rights to the unsubscribed
capital, expiring by limitation In January, February, and
July. 1858, are *quell° 83,000 shares, at forty dollars. or
$2,2a000. Against 80,000 or these shores, it Is pro
posed to tame a convertible loan, bearing seven prr
cent. Interest, each bond of $l,OOO made subject to sur
render, (or converslond at any time before 1600, for
twenty live shares or stock, with forty dollars each paid
thereon: The payments upon tine loan of 83 ,20 .C*o
will be called for by instalments he February, April,
May, and August, 3258. The Inducements to subscribe
are: 2. To the holders of the optienal rights, who
thereby estend their stools privilege to the. sear 1600.
2. To the present holders of 272,000 shared of stock, on
which forty dollars has bean paid, to save a further Im
mediate assessment of ten dollars per, share, and to
secure the earl.) , release of their property from the as
signment; and S. To the holders of $3,097.000 nose.
cured notes payable, which, afterruaturlty, bear no more
than the rate of interest on the new bond, without the
same right of .conversion."
Stott Debts.—At the present period of commercial
troubles,' Stale bonds are becoming a favorite invest
ment. We have, therefore, prepared, with considerable
labor, from the official reports, a table 'hewing the to
tal debt of eachltato ; the taxable property that is se
iurity for this debt, (according to the returns of the
seventh ceusare)'; the amount of security for each dol
lar of debt,' and the amount of debt to each inhabitant
of the Stat. 'The Indebtedness of each State is made
up to' 3.856, and the amount of taxable property up to
1890; so that a , large margin of eecerity results from
the increase of property la the several States since that
period. This in especially the ease in some of the west
ern States that have large debts, snob as Missouri.
•It wilt be seen from these statistics that the holders
of State bonds, have ample security; apart from State
credit sad honor. There was stbine when repudiation,
if poisible, might have entered into the lineation of de-
Rlrableneas of State bonds for an Investment. But in
the commercial age, whatever sue Its faults, guy at
tempt to repudiate a 'promise to pay' would be looked
upon by every one ea an Individual disgrace, by the
States generally as a - common dishonor, and by the
people as a nations! calamity.
The States are arranged Softie order of their indebted
States. Total Debt. Pr T o r y ' le ' TP;in '1 ;; 4 ill
1850. '5, 3
. I ,l k
Pennsylvania, $40,190,:394 $729,000,000 $lB $lB 00
Virginia 29,859,618 391,0 00 , 000 19 21 00
New Y0r9t.... , 20,234,898 1,080,000,000 42 800
Missoon. ..... 19,602,000 137,000,000 '729 00
Ohio 10,278,427 504,000,000 31 800
Maryland /4,949,688 219,000,000 15 26 00
/11inols 13,994,015 166,000,000 11 10 00
Louisiana.... 12,469,350 234,000,000 19 24 00
Tennessee.... 0,744.867 207,000,000 'l4 000
Indiana ' 7,3311;479 • 202,0 1 30,000 28 700
Mississippi... 7,271,707 228,000,000 81 12 00
Massacbusetts 6,813,665 673,000,000 34 700
Rentucky . 0,998,577 801,e00p0 .60 603
Alabama 5,883,134 9 28,000,000 89 800
S. Carolina... 6,287,156 288,000,000 64 009
N, Carolina ' 5,232,848 226,006,000 43 600
Arkansas 3,319,506 40,000.000 12 17 00
ileorgia 2,644.222 335,000,000 127 300
Michigan „ 2,347;470 00,000,000 25 600
California..., . 1,812,602 22,000,000 131 20 00
Maine - 963,83 0 122,003,000 1271 1 50
Rhode baud, r 382,1135 80,000,000 209 250
Whoonsin • 100,000 42,000,000 420 33
New 3ersey... 950 0 0 163,030,000 1005 20
10wa.........79,798 23,000,000 287 60
Total $298,902,042 $8.680,000,000 VA $ll 00
The debts of soma of the States aro of two kinds
nimbly, absolute debt end conttngent debt. The tattoo
are principally for internal improvoments,and conelat in
bonds or the oredit'of the States issued or lout for this
The principal contingent debts aro as follows :
Debt. Debt. ,Total Debt.
Missouri $002,000 $19,000,000 $19,602,000
Louisiana 3,839,222 8,620,128 12,459,350
Massachtmette . 1,764,000 6,049,655 0,819,655
Tennessee 3,902,867 4,762,000 8,744,857
Maryland 10,069,866 4,279,732 14,919,698
Missisaippl..... 2,271,707 6,000,000 1,211,707
Home of these contingent debts will undoubtedly be
paid by the different public improvements for which
they were tuned, But as each State is liable both for
the interest and principal of her contingent debt, it is
properly included in the column of total debt.
From the above table, we gee that Missouri gives the
least security for her indebtodnesai and has the largest
debt for each inhabitant. But it mutt be remembered
that almost all of this debt has been incurred to pro
mote internal improvements; and that, in consequence,
the taxable property has been increased more than 100
per cent. since 1880, and the population In a Mintier
ratio.--N. Y. Courier tr Enquirer.
The following axe to.day , s quotations for speeie, by
Drools. A; 00., bullion lied specie brokers, 40 South
Tkirdstreet, payable in 'bankable fonds
Amer, g Dollars 01d..1 07 Am. Gold, old colnsge.l 08
—1 01„ Sovereigns 406
Mexican Dollars ~....I 08 Napoleon (20 Francs) .8 00
South Am. . ...2 O 6 Ten auliders ' 405
Spanish Pillar Doltars.l 12 Ten Thaler' 8 00
Viva Pranoe.• • • ... . 09 Spanish Doubloons...lo 00
tiers:eau crowne ...... 109 Patriot do ' ..15 80
french 44 I/1 Donets 221
American Gold 4 to 6
' New York Sxchange 3g to 438 -
111ILAD01,011In. STOOII . EXODANGE SALES,
October 28, 1857
Repoiied by R. Manly, Jr., Stock Broker, 110
801 Walnut itreet
1,600 City ill 70g
000 do 70,4
200 do at/113,79j5
8 Lehigh Scrip...A?.
6 Reading 1f,.._.....,13
1,000 Penns 1
1,000. do s .
d o o . .
j,OOO do ....55wn.60%
1:1 Oity es.casbNew.eo
800 dd do ...so
200 do 700
100 Gay 0s 79K
40 oWu & Amttea
- - is— • ......
440 -d; 14.63
1, 000 Pints es. ...... 80
10 Minebill ... .. 52
2 d 0..... :52
2 0 o 2
' - 'OLOSileel
60 do *** ... vieft i 8
10 do caah,l3
8 Bdb Nay prel.bs,l3X
100 L 7)4
11 Reading R 14
4 do 14
I 20 Beardedd R.... 45
4 do 45
18 do 45
1 'do . 45
5 do ..........45
do ~..t ...... 45
' Std. Asked.
It otoolt .. ... Sx
88 N 'B2 prel 19 X lag
I.sc - 8
Lehigh Zin0..... 1x
Union Canal..... 4
Now Creel( . . ... X • X
Ofitavias leg... 0 I it 4)1
0116611 6'.. :.;797 80
I " , ' RR. 80
s ‘ l " 89.3$
Zombi , 66,w
7:104170 62X 65 1.4 n
Ponta Illt 82x
/0 018 4 16 4 1 .00*41 86
°msso 26—Evening.—The foreign advices by the
Baltic have bait no perceptible effect on the Produce
Markets today, brit the rainy and unsettled slate of
the weather had limited business operations very ma•
terially in Bresestuffs. There is little or no export de
mand for Flour; the only sale is 300 barrels Family
Tatra at a price kept private, and a few small lots for
home consumption at from $5.25 up to $7.25 qp barrel
mostly within the range of 65.50er30 50 for good r 01,411.
tog brands and extra, as to brand and quality. Rye
Flour is scarce, and wanted at $4.25, there being little
or IMP here. Corn Meal is not inquired for, and dull
at $3.02 4jr barrel for country meal. Wheats aro in
small supply, with a moderate retailing demand to note
at fully former quotations; about 600 bushels fair to
prime red brought 105eD1.18 coats In store, and 1500
bushels choice Western White 140 Conic. Corn le dull
mud drooping; about 000 bushels old Delaware yellow
sold at 74 cents, hut this price is not nets ebtaluable;
nothing doing in now Corn. Oats are quiet, the last
sales were at 33201 cents for Southern, and 3503 3
cents for Pennsylvania, the latter in store. Of Dark a
small Sale 15 lehds only, of Quereltron, wax made at
$lO, for Scot quality Cotton is held at about pre
vious quotations; but with a very meagre supply, and
a limited demand from spinners, the market continues
at a stand still. Crocerlea are bele. with more firm
ness, but the trade came forward slowly, and only a
few small lots of Sugar and Coffee ere changing hips
at about previous quotations. Provisions ore not' in.
quired for, and'very dull. Whiskey is selling an 'Anted
at 21 cents for /Ads mid 21.3022,1 i mite for 'Easton
and prison barrels.
PIIILADELPRIA CATTLE MARKET
MONDAY, October 20, 1857 .—The wet weather has in
creased the dullness noted previously in the market for
Beef Cattle, the ollertaga of which were not up to last
week, amounting to about 1,000 head. Common and
prime quality, mostly the former, buyers took hold of
slowly, and also 800 head were sold at from $8 to VOX,
mostly PON the 100 The, for good quality.
Cows 8141/oaLvas 'continue dull, and prices the same
as last Week, say from $lB to $3O for dry Cows, $2O to
$35 for springers, $35 to $55 for fresh Cow.
Ifoos.—The arrivals at market were about 2.600 head,
selling at sBoB.ii the 100 Ms, which is a decline on last
gni:RP AND Lama.—The market. wore fairly aupplietl t
solos varying at from $2 to $6 each for common to very
PRILADBIRIIIA BOARD OF TRAM
Wu. O. RUNT,
L. J. Iloanioa, eowilorslig or Tax Afoxra
' At the Merchants , Exchange, Philadelphia.
Ship Joseph Jones, Flowers San Francisco, goon
Brig Oregon, air) Green Port an Prince, soon
SAILING OF THE OCEAN STEAMERS.
DEM THE UNITED STATES.
Asia New Yolk Liverpool Oct n
Edinburg New York Glasgow Oct 91
Poroesia New York 'lambing •• . • Nov 1
Europa Boston Liverpool Nov 4
Baltic ....New York Liverpool Nov T
Persia New York Liverpool Nov 11
Arago ....... ....Now York Havre Nov 14
Canada .........New York Liverpool NovlB
Arabia New York Liverpool Nov Vi
Borussia Hamburg New York...
Gee Williams... .Liverpool Portland, ,ke
Persia ....... New York...
Arago,......:Soutliampton New York...
Canada Liverpool DORtOU Oct 24
Arabia Liverpool New York Oct 31
Glasgow Olaagow New York Oct 31
liammoula Hamburg New York Nov I
ittlautic ..... ....Liverpsol New York Vov 11
PORT OF PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 27, 18.57
Steamellip Oily of Now York, Stamen, 50 hours from
Boston, with mdse, fee. to U. Mawr. Passed yestenlay
morning ship Wm Cummings, for Canso, at anchor be
low the Brandywine; barqueffoa Maxwell, from Laguay
ra, at anchor below Bombay Hook; ship Alexander, for
Charleston, at anchor off Duck Creek Plata; barques
Onion, for Pernambuco, 11 13 Walker. for Boston, and
brig David S Brown at anchor below Reedy Island, and
several brigs and ochre, upward bound, at anchor in tho
$44,845 S 3
Rohr J A Edmondson, Delany, 10 days from Bshimoro,
with grain to Thos B Shoemaker.
Schr OCIAVIII, Tuft, 2 days from Port Deposit, with
corn to 'lmlay, Wilson &
Schr Victory, Chambers, 2 days from Lewes, Del,
with corn to Bewley, Wilson &
Schr Lizzie Taylor, Taylor, 3 days from New York,
with Mao to L Matthews.
Steamship Delaware, Copes, N York, J AlPlerdice.
BD'S WlMug, Claypoole, Balthuore, A (troves, Jr
(Correspondence of Tne Preu.)
Arrived, ships Patrick Henry and Devouibire, front
London; barque Henrietta. from Alexandria, Egypt;
brig Gnu Williams, from Malaga; Behr Express, from
The chip Patrick Henry brought here the captainand
crew of the Ilritush barque Athenian, from Quebec for
The brig Gen Williame brought the captain and crow
of the eclat. John Barris, from Philadelphia for floatoa,
abandoned in a ainkiug condition.
Notinka, Ye, Oct. 2d.
The tehr Ann Gardner, from Kingston, bound to New
York, has arrived at this port, looking badly, and with
lost of sails.
at:YELP:P t Oct 20
The brig General Worth, with a cargo of Iron ore,
from Superior, went ashore west of the piers last night,
and was badly damaged. She Is Insured.
Steamship North Americsn, McMaster", for tilTrpool,
railed from Quebec 24th Inst.
Steamship Berussis, Treat - mann, from 'Hamburg, via
Liverpool,l4th Mat, arrived at New York yesterday.
Ship John &menet, hutora reported ashore, arrived
safely it Charleston 45th lust,
Ship Jane D Cooper, Collins, from New Orleans, ar
rived at Arktwerpletb inst.
Ship Granite State, Weeks, for Calcutta, sailed from
Liverpool Bth Inst.
nip Alboni, Burnaby, from Akyab for Antworp, sidled
from Falmouth 11th Snot.
Ship Wabash. Parington, from Hamburg, arrived at
ShtsloB lOtb Inst. '
Ship Ifildeshelin, Bay, for Son Francisco, sailed from
Olasgow 10tb Inst.
Ship Walter Lord, Smith, from Callao, arrived at
Queenstown tith hist
Bhlp Westmoreland, Decan t fur Philadelphia, sailed
from Liverpool Ilth lust.
Ship Robert Treat, Treat, from Calcutta, arrived at
Boston 25th lust.
Ship Bolden Buie, Mayo, from Boston for Ban Fran
cisco, was spoken 24th tilt, bet 614 N, long B 5 20.
Barque Chester, Crosby, hence at Boston 25th inst.
Barque Juniata, Dimon, fromfiunderland for Havana,
passed Seaford 12th last.
Barque (leaner, Lankeuan, honoo ot Bremen loth in3t,
Barque Burlington, Keene, from fiblelds for linvana,
put into Deal 10th inst.
Barque Mahlon Williamson, 'Beaston, for Boston sailed
from the /toads, Bordeaux, 4th inst.
Barque John C Brune, Gayle, hence at Baltimore
Brig O /I Prod, Berry, from Doboy Island, arrived at
New York yesterday. Oat 11, let 32 b 7, long 77, during
a gale from the N, split foresail and jib; lath, let 3120,
long 78 20, was supplied with provisions by ahlp
Barney, from New Orleans for Boston.
Behr Florida, Nally, from Boston for Philadelphia, at
Newport 24th lost.
Behr 0 Si Neal, ileudersou, berme at Baltimore 2Zrth
Ochre Jamee 8 Hewitt, Ross, and II A Weeks, Weeka,
hence for Providence, st New York 24th inst.
Palmoutb, Oct 11—The .7 0 Kershaw, Pearce, from
Liverpool for Montreal, has put In with dock cargo
thrown overboard; she has been brought dose up, for
repairs of stanchions,
Barnstable, Oct 9 -The American barque Warden, of
Boston, has been totally lost, with seven of the crew
out of cloven. The master, Benjamin Brosher, is among
the eared. The ship came on this morning, within a
mile and a half of Down End on the Banton Semi Bide,
The vessel was laden with railway iron, bound to Oohs
from Newport. [The W was au A 2 vessel, of 426 tons
register, built at Swansea, Me, in 1855, owned by the
captain and others, hailing from Beaton, where she is
supposed to be Insured.]
Stromness, Oct o—The American ship European, Tur
ner, from the Tyne for Matanzas, which drove, with
two anchor, down, during the gale of Sept 9, him been
ordered to Aberdeen for repairs.
Wexford, Oct 10—The American ship J L Warner
stranded at Tacuelehane last winter. Several attempts
Wei. been made to get her elf, all of which foiled. Pre
parations were being made to get her elf next spring
tides; the parties concerned, with ship carpenters and
women, very foolishly resided on board of her, and
nearly perished, being caught by thegale of Wednesday
morning, when the sea made clean breaches over her,
sweeping the deck. It Wee wth much difficulty the
people wore got on shore on Wednesday evening, in a
halr-fainiehed state, haring lost all their clothes, tools,
&c. The ship is reported injured to each an extent
that she will never he tit to take oil, and is likely to go
to pieces the next gale.
Perle, Oct 12—The steamer Jaequart, t rem New Or
leans, put into Marseilles with damage, and discharged
cargo; had repaired, and was about to leave fur her deg-
Bretton, when she received other damage, which would
necessitate fresh discharge of her cargo.
22d inst. Ist 40 28, long 60, brig Grand Turk, from Rio
18th Inst. let 4080, long 6EIIO, ship Mary, from Bath
Sept 01, lat 36, long 0, ship Sarah (1 Hyde, from Tra
pani for Boston.
July 16, lot 12 46 N, long 87 14 0, barque Tyringham,
from Calcutta, Juno 1, for Boston.
Sept 18, lat 3476, long 2817, ship Ohllo, from— for
Oot 22, lat 4060, long 69, ship Milton, from Boston for
New Orleans—had lost one man overboard.
Liverpool—Ar 10th lust, Sovereign of the Sean. Cryik
shank, St Job:: , ND; Thos Jefferson, Hill, and Thames,
Walken, do; (l i b, Sea Sower. Thornhill, Boston; Amer!,
can Union, Hubbard, New York; 12th, Lemuel Dyer,
Ward, New °clown; lath, Rad Jacket, O'Halloran, Mel.
pouf Del J 8 Persons, Crowell, Quebec.
Cid 10th, Spark of the °coon, Drummond, N Orleans,
and was in the river outward bound 14th.
Sid 10th, John (Info, Park, Apalachicola; Iltb,
mono, Merrithew, New York; Antarctic, Stouffer, do;
format, Beckwith, New °Annuli; 12th, Simonds, Lea
vitt; do; Meridian, Crowell, Boston; Peter Maxwell,
Marshall, Sydney, NSW; Manainitd, Spurr, Caatine;
1 13th, Empire, Coombe, New York.
London—Entd inwards 12th, Ladoga, Pearce, St John,
NB; 13th, Martin Luther, Nickels, Isle Perm, St lAw
Cid Ink American Congress, Mather, New York, and
old from Deal 13th; 10th, Keying, Cook, Denton; 11th,
Octavius Pike, Sydney, NWW; Bessex, Munro, N Orleans,
Ent out 12th, Margaret, Evans, Warner, N York; Lou
isa Hillbaro, Memtry, Boston.
Dent—Ar Oth, Tornado, Muntford, from London for
Liverpool, and old 13th; 10th, lfarraxeeket, Talbot, fn,
London for Cardin' and ANCOUNIOO; Tropic, Newell, Croat
Antwerp for New Orleans; and all sallodl3th; 13th, Ad-
Cum o.lbart, Paine, from London for Cardiff.
Old 10th, (not as before) Splendid, Amesbury, from
London for bloblle; Helen, Went, from do for Port Phi
lip; 13th Nagar P Stringer, Wood., from do for Swansea
and St Vincent; Betsy Atues, Bartlett, from do for Tri
OS the Wight 11th Child of the Regiment, Glover,
front London for Port PhDlp,.
Portsmouth—Sid 10th, Amason, Hovey, from London,
York; Transit, Davis, from Hamburg, St John, NB;
Simons, Smith, from Callao for Seaward.
Falmouth--Std 11th—Albonl, Darnabh, from Akyab,
Cowes—Put in 9th—Germania, Wood, from Havre for
New York, with lose of torment', and proceeded 12th.
Pill—Sid 10th, Caliope, Goodwin, Baltimore.
Retedined elf do llth, Nietaux, Armstrong, for Mo.
bile; Anna F Bradt, ghillies New Orleans.
Sunderland—Sid 9th, SWllder Farley, Nichols New
Vett., and was off Margate 11th.
Gloucester—AT oth, Atlas, Bartlett, St Stephens, NB.
Greenock—AT 10th, Cora Lion, Luther, Now York.
Old Mb, chieftain, hfolaren t Savannah; Elisabeth Cann,
Belfast—Sidoth, Eliza Morrison, Carey, Apshichlcola.
Bremerhaven—AT Bth 'Ma, Wieland, Osterman,
Richmond. Std 4th, Rd Cobden, Feldhanesn, Baltimor e; Olympia, Peahens How , Fork; ethi Neiman, De Horde,
de.; locifestel -2, / , 101 Bair Orisami; 6th, ,e petition,
Oalveeton; 'Mull Beechen, Heltistore. Jokers Boat,
Brand,orff, New: cleans; Tulare, DaMieman, N York;
Xi* morita L 4 ' t, New" Orleans ; Ilth i ffithlpor•
1 4 1 4#! .1 4 .4 r r F? tlg t•
PRESS.-PHILADELPIOA TufspAY I . . odtOBEIt
0 45-SUN BITS 6 16
Thor Yam Oct t.`l3
Antwerp-51110th, David Medley, Magnet N York,
Northern VOA, Marshall, London.
Havre—Old 10th tnet, Duteuberg, Weeks, N Orleans.
Bordeaux—Std lath Inst./Wanda, Jnnesen, N York.
Bid hoes the Bonds 4th hist, Hortensia, Hathaway, N
Genoa—Ar 7th met, II II Doody, Badger, N Orleans,
Leghorn—Ad let lust, Star Light, Ryder, Boston
Smyrna—Ar 26th ult, Newsboy, Leckie, 'Ante . , Frui•
ter, Dawes, Boston, Edd 27th, Mote Cloud, Hoyt. and
Mimosa, Ring, llorton; 3d inst . , Roles A Miller, Dalt,
Messina—Ay 27th ult, Mary Elizabeth, Nwbola, lr
genii; 30th, Black Fish, Hotchkiss, Genoa; gd lasti Pt
lot Fhb, Hoyt, Bangor, Me
NEW SVEN, Oet 20—A r Bremen /hip Athens, Selel—
Bog, from Bremen; brigs Emblem, Stoke, Ellsworth ;
Andrew Ring, Evaleth, Jacinel ; Mediator, Durkee,
111Alsga : schr I Mclntire, Camden, Me, for Norfolk.
Cleared, ships Isabella, Collin, London ; Memphis,
Davis, N Orleans ; barque Painphylie, IYllkins, Ceide.
1111.9 brig Brisk, Nickerson, Halifax ; schrs Bergen,
McGee. City Point Montague, Benson,
BOSTON, Oct Sti—Ar Alpe John Henr Merritt,
Cadiz 11th ult; Charles Sprague.Pllce, Trapani ; barques
Daniel Webster, Ryder, Malaga; Ernestine Oldillugs,
Rose, Platen • brig Enoch Benner, Stoddard, Port au
Prince ; sehr Oem, Br, Wheadon, Malaga.
NORFOLK, Oct barques Montpelier, Clay,
West Indies ; Ellen, Johlllloll, Falmouth; brig Webster,
ARRIVALS AT THE PRINCIPAL HOTELS,
Up to 12 o'clock Lan Night.
GIRARD HOUSE—Ohestnut street, between Bth & 9th
S Rutter, N Y II M Low, Paterson, NJ
L 81 Johnson, N Y W A Stephens, N Y
J J Zabriskie, Hoboken 0 11 Grinnell, N V
J W 'Whitehead, Vs Adolph Asher, N Y
11 Nicol, N Y J R Gay, Boston
R Holmes, Boston ll II Hutton, NY
S Fraser, Lit Rock, Ark l' 0 Spencer, Pittsb'h
Liout Col A Porter, US A W Boater, N Y
A Hernandez Dee 13 T Colt, Pa
R Id Ayres, Natchez J Ramie, N I'
I 1 it Ryerson. N .1 S It Roby, Rechir
J Lowrey, N Y Ilov Morehead. N C
W 13 Illoodgood. & la, 0 Iloywood, St • Louis
Flushing 0 11 Wetbrel, Balt
E Laussure, Paris J Leech, England
V Leech, England 1' II Hardman°, N Y
John 0 Dunn. Ira James Dunn, l'a
It B Forbes, Boston G 81 . Adams, Barbourville
Miss J Adams, Barbourville It L White, KT
E Justh, Cal J It liardenboigh, Cal
Wm Ii Hooper, Balt Hon W If Gulr, Cal
A B Jarrett. Balt E D Davis. Misa
A J Hayslett. Va Chas at Wheatley, N V
W Sheets & da, Indiana Jll Schriever, N Y
W A Shepherd, N Y T LOglerjr, 8 0
J Craig. Florida Mr Woodford, N Y
J L Stuart, Pa (i Kcnto, N V
0 W Andrews, Balt 0 Marsh & la, Springfield
L S Gordon, Balt Win Benjamin, N Y
T Davidson, Cincinnati A Arnold & la, It I
Mr Woodbury, Boston J Beebe, St LOuls
D E Stout, Reading J F W beninger, Reading
0 E Mt, Washington Mrs Mix, 'Washington
Gen II Bittinger, Washingt J Cook & ly, Newark
J Armstrong, Batt
AMERICAN HOTEL—Ohestmit street, above Fifth.
8 O 0 Rodman, N Y I. I. Rodman, N Y
R Wilson C 11111 Brluton, Cheater co
A ct Wells, Middletown, Pa It al Martin, Jersey Shore
A D Rodearme,Jersey Shore John Orr, Union co, Im
It II Jarman, Va R at Jones, Dover, Del
0 Dummong. Va S P Rupert, N Market, VA
PA•ker Woot, Va John Warg, Ye
Walter Richards & In, Md W Hackett, Easton
T Tallman, N Y Id ;II Ifoltwortli, Brooklyn
Oliva Dunlap,Priuceton, N J Alfred Simpson, N ,T
0 IV Oniumings,Lock Garen J W Paine, N Y
David Strohm, Kingston, l'a 0 Bartlett, N
Mrs °ratan, N 0 Mr Men, N Y
Chas It Orifith, Jr, N T al C Blunts, Jersey Shore
It It Gibson, London
MERCHANTS' HOTlM—Fourth at , below Arab.
lion lit Macdonald, Maine Hon T Stockbridge,
Hon J Babson, Ma'no Maine
J Smvena, Ohio N Allman, Ind
Atka %inn. Ind D O 'Minn, Col, Ya
Miss Itigg, Laoo co, Pa Was Townson, Lane co
Mra Fos°boat., Pa Nes Steinman. Pa
Hou W Hopkina, Wash It C Parker, Lewlat.'n
J f 3 Wallace, Lan co, I'a J B Danner Gettysburg
JobnHepburn, Ralston Peter Fritz :it (la, Mercer co
Tt C Roberta, Mercer co W II Harrison, Oblo
Ily tzs I 'no n ,IY 1 Icoxbit no John Swift, Baotou, Pa
UNION ITOTEL—Arch street, above, Third.
Byron Fay, sanduaky, Ohio II S AittlMusson. N York
John C Bauman, N C T C Worth, N C
J Reading, N J Mai Fisher, Williamsport
Cyrus hart, Johnstown James McKean, Boston
Muster, Now (farm John Climor, New haven
A Itellinstrin, Lancaster co 7. llittnor, New York
J Segman, Easton hl Blair, Easton
Col It Haien, New York J Ciao Wee, Bethlehem
D Bigler, Bethlehem A Thomomn, Baltimore
Kra Marty, Pa Wag Bello Bertram, Pa
A CoHim, Laneaater co A L Irwin, Green Castle
J H Calumny, Franklin ett John Wright, Dalton, 0
Warner, Patternlo Simon Hyfor, Refuting
W M Leo, Reading
NATIONAL UOTIIL—Race street, above Third.
J A Leach, New York Henry Denser, °chi Raven
L 11' Rautrnan ' Danville J A Hooper lady. Pa
J Heiser, Pottaville R ?eland, Mauch Chunk
J T Jamas, Reading (1 W Morgan, Pottavllle
Reuben Roller, Adalusburg Clew 9 N oaten Tllnerevdle
Al Rope, firayotto, lad R Ilacon, New York
Win Sterner, \llnerevillo TM Rat bitten, Willianisp't
Win Milhous, Chester co A P Faust. Danville
Smith, Jersey City
STATES LlNlON—Market street, alcove Sixth.
Geo Graeff, Lane, Pa Stun! A Cook. Clinton co
Sarni Twitcher, York co W II Houseal, Harrisburg
Geo B Woods, Hanover, Pa Henry M Woods, Pa
(1. Clark Wilson, Plata J A Hutorich, Carlisle
J P Crosby, Danbury, Conn
•BLACK BEAR INN—Firth anti Manhunt.
Ii Jackson, Chester co J J Wright, Lasater co
L U Shatter, Pughtown John Riley, Cheater co
L F 'Richards, Ohio K It nate, littl
Isaac Marshall, Phila.
'MAGIC BEAR HOTEL—'bird street, ab Callowhill.
nenj Erumlleb , Gettyslq IC It Trollinger, lilentriey
J It Rath, Gettysburg E II 111 Sell, Gettysburg
Chas E Ilumphreys, (MORI) Jacob Sclunucker, Reading
Chilli II Runts, Cherry - 0110 Aug Thomas, Franconia
Wm Brumback, Beading 11 P Apple, Gettysburg
MADISON 110USII—Second street, above Dlnrket.
.7 P Brooke, Florida J McCloskey, PittsLurgh
If II Lightner, N Y Bieber.' Eaton, Del
Thos Jones, Lock Moron W McKinley a; In, N J
0 L Rockett, Ohio 0 J 11111, St Louis
Wm It Hobson, Vol 11 A Babcock, St Louis
Wm II Moore, Laurel, Del 0 Babcock, St Louis
Jerome Fairbanks, Boston A Seymore,Nalew, N J
W J Childn, New If ItVelt Wm N 4103010, Room
J Brown, Nebraska James Budd, MS
8 8 Berkley, Nebraska
Inducements Extraordlnary...On account of
tho shortness of our Southern and Western Trade, it
has left WI with a very heavy atoth of Vail and Winter
Clothing on hand. Iu order to chow it out, we have
opened our entire House for
We will len regardiese of cant.
LIPPINCOTT & MINTER,
424 Market street,
oc 24-/w between Fourth and Fifth 01., south aide
"hard Times 3 a Seasonable, not n Reafana•
ble Poem." A Lecture lobo delivered by PAM/. 1111771-
LIN, Eeq., at Concert flail, 'Tuesday Evening, October
2Tth, at 8 o'clock. 0c23-4t.
Cabinet Ware and
624 WALNUT SP,
OPPOSITE INDEPENDENCE SQUARE.
GEO. J. HENKEL'S,
124 WALNUT Street,
0c22.3e1 Late Of 173 Chestnut Street
Prize Clothing.—The entire Stock of fashion
able Clothing closing out, regardlens of cost, at the
birth•placo of Liberty, southwest corner of SEVENTH
and NiAItKET,No I'M. A gift with every purchase.
oC22•ft* Deowa &
Cheeks, Notes, Drafts, Dills Lodiog, 11111 Meade, Ch.
cubits, Cards, and all other kinds of Job Printing, a
prices to suit the times. (JCL T-ly
Buffalo Robes.-100 Bales Buffalo Babes
of the various qualities, just received from Minnesota.
Moo a Handsome assortment of Money Robes of our own
manufacture, and Inc sale wholesale and retail by
ONO, F. womntern,
octl24m* 415 Arch Street.
Seamen's Marl 4 Fund —0111 re 203 Walnut
street, ono door west of necoud street. Receives de.
posits In tutus or Oue Dollar and upwards, from all
classes of the community, and allows Interest at the rate
of BYO per Cent. per annum.
Office open daily, Dom 0 until 5 o'clock, and on Mon
day and Saturday until 9 in the evening. Pr Aident
Franklin Fell; Treasurer, Martel] IC Morrie; Hecre
tary, Jame S. Pringle.
llowees infant Cordial.-•-This Invaluable
Cordial is prepared from a variety of the most choice and
efficient aromatics known in medicine, and is the most
pollee t and reliable carminative extant for infanta and
By its powerful influence a speedy cure Is effected in
all canes of Chair, windy pains and spasms. Relieves
mad mitigates much of childrouhi suffering during denti
tion or teething, and by its soothing properties trace
guinea pains of the bowels, looseness, vomiting, &c.
The Intent Cordial boo become a standard remedy
and bee been need in thousands of eases with the mos
abundant sateen. tin family ahould be without It.
Prepared only by funny A. DoWait,
At his Drug and Chemical Store,
N. E. corner of Sixth and Green eta., Philadelphia.
To whom all orders moat be addressed. And for sale
by Druggista generally. au 18-17
Saving' Fund—rive Per Vent. Interest—Na
tional Safety Trust Company, in WALNUT Street, south
west corner of Tutan Street, PIItLADELPEIA. Aerate
Oirar ONE MILLION AND A RAM, or bOLL/ES, invested
in REAL ESTATE, MORTOIOIIO TWEED Marrs, and other
that class securities, as required by the charter. his
Institution confines its business entirely to the recei
ving of money on deposit.
The office in open every day from 0 o'clock to the
morning until 7 &Moak in the evening, and on Monday
and Thursday evenings until 41 o'clock.
On t h e 22d inst., by /toy. Witham Suittlards, of Orate
Church, Mr. EDWIN A. PARER to Miss BIWA J.,
daughter of Charles Shoemaker, Esq., all of this city.
(Richmond, Va , and Chicago, 111., papers please
conr.On the 24th inst., by Rev. Wm. Suddards, Mr. H. T.
lIRLMIII,OD to Miss HENRIETTA .D. PELL, all of
Oct.2sth, by Rev, N. B. Baldwin, Mr. JONATHAN
C. PINCHER to Min HETTY BLANKMAN, only
daughter of Dr. Henry 8. A. Blanktnan, formerly of
Philadelphia, now of California.
On First•daY morning. the 29th lost , attar a short
and severe Mimes, LYDIA L., wife of John 11. Stokes,
aged 27 years.
Iler friends and those of the family aro respectfully
invited to attend her funeral, from her late msliknee,
N 0.240 North Fifth street, (het eeen Race and Vine,)
on Fifth-day, 20th inst., at 2 o'clock, without further
On rho 24th Inst., JOHN HOOVER, in the 734 jeer
of his ago.
On the Oath Inst., RICHARD WATERS, in the 424
year of his age.
on the 24th Mot., ELIZABETH MELLIN, In the
Mat year of her age.
On the 24th that , in the 32. d year of her ago, EMILY
MARIA BLAND, wife of Samuel Bland.
On Saturday morning, 24th Inst., lire. CHARLOTTE
TOY, wife of Jacob Toy, In the 96th year of her ago.
, On the 24th Mat, (MORON Y. ANDREWS, son of A.
J. and Andrew, In the 19th year of hIA age. .
In Baltimore, on Sunday toornfpg, 20th hot., Mrs.
t ANN MARTIN, sod 74 years, wire of Inward Martin.
Or - Vint Sohoor Mottlet forlitate of Penn•
sylvania.—Au examination for Teachers of the Public
Schools wilt be held on SATURDAY, October Stet, 18.57,.
commencing al U o'clock A DI , at the Mount Vernou
achuol house, CATIIAP.INE street, short TBIB.D.
By order Of the Committee on qualification of teach
ers or the Board of Controllers ot Public Schools
0c22.dt0e31 W. J JACKSON, Chairman.
irr Lerary Ulm re, tn .7aysse's 0811, for the
benefit of i t t he s he Schools taught by the Sisters of
thely Prose, November 2d. Doors open at 7 o'clock.
I. Lecture by the lion. Joauett It. OtIligMAR. Sub.
IL Supper, and sale of fancy articles. 0c224n2
Oiii otee—Apnts.—Cit Commissioners
PII PI ILAD I V.PIIII., pe October 11, y
NOTION IS USSERY GIVEN, That the Commis-
Moneta will hear Appeals by all percent rated for State
Sod Municipal Tax, in the city of Philadelphia, for the
year 78b8, for the several wards of the said city, at their
office, No. 11 treat wing of the State House, (op stain,)
nu the following days, between the house of 10 o'clock
A. R. and 1 o'clock P. AL
let and 21 Wards—On Monday, October 10th, 1807
Id " lth Tuesday, " 20th, "
oth " oth Wednesday, U
7th " Bth " Thursday, " 2241, "
9th ' , loth‘• i• Friday, " 22d, "
11th 4 . 12th " " Monday, . 4 20th, 44
13th " 11th 44 " Tuesday, 44 27th, 44
19th " 16th 44 " Wednesday, 4 . 20th, 44
17th " 18th 4 . 44 Thursday, .• 214th,
19th "20th 4 . 44 Friday, 44 3010, 44
21.14 " 724 44 44 Monday, Nov. 24, "
234 " 24th 44 44 Tuesday, 44 34, "
The Assessors of such wards as hare not been supplied
with Blank Notices of Appeals ato hereby notified to
call at the Commissioners' Office and procure 61,0 same.
JAMES M. LECDY, City Commissioners.
JAMES LOGAN, ocl3-4tno3
THE ATLANTIC MONTHLY,
DOUOLAS JERROLD: PERSONAL REMINISCENCES;
SALLY PARSON'S DUTY,
THE MANCHESTER EXHIBITION,
THE ROMMANY GIRL,
THE 011 ARTIST'S COMPLAINT,
THE AUTOCRAT OF THE BREAKFAST TABLE
Evtay MAN in ow?' DoewsLL
THE GIFT OP TRITEMIITS,
THE MOURNING VEIL,
PENDLAM, A MuDeux /WOLVES ;
AKIN DY MARRIAGE,
'MBOMOU.; OY DIDACTIC POETRY,
THE FINANCIAL FLURRY,
TIME MIND PAULY.,
Friee Twentyllvo Cents a number, or Three Dollars
a year. Subscribers reru.tting Three lloaars In na
val:tee to the publishers will receive the work for one
year, ?oar PAW, in any part of the United States
within 5,000 miles.
PHILLIPS, SAMSON, A CO.,
oc 21-to wdc (r•3t 13 WINTER ST., BOSTON
(51nos nub lTliinn glare
Ely STORE. NEW GOODS.
SIARESEN & WITTE,
MASONIC HALL, 113 CHESTNUT ST.,
LISYR NOW 00 [SAND A.
Complete and splendid assortment of WHITE, GOLD
BAND, and DECORATED FRENCH CHINA, ROLM
31 1 AN, CRYSTAL, and COLORED GLASSWARE;
RISC, PARIAH, LAVA, and TERRA COTTA WARES,
besides the gtratei.t variety of
which will he sold at lower Prices than at any similar
store In the United States,
N 11. —Goods loaned to Parties on reasonable
Iv THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS
1 FOR TU CITY AND COUNTY OF PIIILADEL.
Julio A. Corr, by her nut friend, dm., 1 , 3. Charles
D. 11. Carr. Rept. I. 1858, No. 10. Libel for divorce.
And now, Oct. 24, 1857, on motion of Henry 0. Rutr,
Esq., for libellant, the Court grants rule on respondent
to show cause Irby a divorce a viucole matrirnonii
should nbt be decreed. Returnable Saturday, tor
7th, 1857, at 10 o'clock A. 1,1 oc 27.1u.kfr..40,
Q. EWING MACHINE
PATENT—PRICES PROM $l2 TO $25.
Then LADIES' COMPANION" in the most
durable, compact, and cheap machine for family use
over offeredlo the public, sowing equally well upon all
kinds of fabric, and without piirt.tring the cloth, leav
ing uo bad cord on the back side of the work, and al
waynialteaiag the thread when stopped, They now
from two to twelve hundred stitches per minute, using
but one thread, and without rewinding. The stitch can
be varied Irmo five to fifty to the inch. Any one con
learn to operate them in half an hour. Printed direr
thous accompany each machine, by which any one con
use them, Wu aro enabled to offer there superior ma
chines at the above lour prices, as we are not obliged to
pay fifteen or twenty, dollars Menu for borrowed pa
tents, this inachlee being made under our own patents
in every part, and 'Wringing upon or using no other,
There are NORIO hundreds in constant use In this city
awl vicinity, which are giving the beat satisfaction.
Every machine Is warranted to give satisfaction.
Ladles and gentlemen are invited to call and examine
them and their work, and Judge for themselves.
Samples of work, and drawinge, with description, sent
to any part of the country by mail,
Salesrooms 113 WAIIIINGTON Street, Boston, and
371 BROADWAY, New York. ea 27-tf
kJE WI N G MAC 111 NE S.—GROVER,
DARER, A CO.'S 'UNRIVALLED SEWING MA
CHINES still retain the confidence of the public, and
their popularity increases. After years of trial it is do
monetrated beyond all question that tt la the popular
Machine, and the only one upon which any reliance can
be placed to work well on all kinds of Mmes. The fact
that it does ono.third more work lu the wee time, and
does It better; that It le the leant liable to get out of
repair, being simple in its coustruction , that it makes
the least noise, and that It Is acknowledged ou all hands
that it is best for a new beginner, hen given the pro
prietore a demand for it to such an extent that they are
obliged to delay the 1111 log of ordure in many cases for
mouths. Over sight hundred ore to operation In this
city, and the case lase yet to Occur where A person who
hue purchased one has exchanged It for another kind.
Taking into consideration, also,
the foot that those
who employ from 14 to 40 handsiu their shops, doing
the work for ;be manufacturers, without exception, use
thin muldne in preirru,nre to any other kind, and al
ways recommend them in preference to Others, it would
seem um:loco/wary for the proprietor; to advertise their
excellence, or eel forth their superiority.
The noderelgeod, SOLE AOENTS for the sale of thee.
Machines. always have a supply, and have made such
arrangements that they sell theta upon terms that mitt
inset the wishes of all.
'Unlike other Machines sold in this market, it is frog
from all infringements of other patente.
oc 21- tf CBSTRAL INIMIIIt, Lyon.
AUBURN MASONIC FEMALE
3. LARDY, A. M., President, Lecturer on Nature
W. 11. 0. PRICE, A. M., Principal, Teacher In al
Rey. O. W. CHATFIELD, A. M., Teacher In the Col
leglate Depart/I.h t
Mills M. R ANDERSON, Teacher In Primary Depart
Mrs. JULIA A. PRICE, Teacher of 5/usic.
Mrs. JULIA P. DADDY, Teacher or Drawing and
The session of this Institution commenced ore the
first MONDAY in October, and will continue nine and
a half mouths.
TUITION, PER YEAR:
Primary Department, $3O; Intermediate Department,
sto; College Department, $5O; Incidental Fee, $2;
Graduation Fee, $5; Music on Plano or Guitar, $5O;
Use of Instrument, 15 ; Pencil or Monochromatic Draw
ing, $2O; Water Color Painting, $3O; Oil Painting, $4O;
French and Latin, each, $2O.
The Tuition Fees must be settled before any pupil
will be entered.
Board can be obtained in private families at $12.60
per mouth, Including washing, Wood, and lights.
Thu Institution possesses advantages for illustration
in Natural Science superior to those of any similar one
in tbo South. Mors is not to be found, in any Female
School, more complete Chemical and Philosophical Ap
paratus, and a more extensive Cabinet for illustrating
ell branches of Natural history. Those means are ill
All the College buildings are undergoing repairs
and everything will be made as comfortable as pos
Auburn is as healthy .s there Is any necessity for.
It could not be healthier, unless the people should
°ever die at all,
The President and Principal hare tho entire eontiol
of the Instltutien, sing any iequtries addressed to either
of them will meet with prompt attention,
N. li —Persons wishing miter, souls, or ores analyzed,
may have it done by Bending to
oe 27•tf Professor J. DARBY.
AGENTLEMAN OFFERS GRA T U !
thusly his services to uny Society to rellhve the
necesaltiox of the Poor..
Address CHARITY," P/388
(HMCo oc 27.1t* •
,ITY OF RICHMOND, VA., FUNDS
'purchased for cosh, at the loweNt market rater,
by WARDLE, BARCLAY, & CO.,
or 27-2 t. N, W corner of Fourth and Arch sta.
rVHE UNDERSIGNED HAVE THIS DAY
A. entered Into a Copartuenihip. under the name o
11001.E.4 & CO., for the manufacturing of all kinds o
fancy and common Soaps, at No. 2S north WATER St.
A. F. HOLMES,
Oct. 20th, 1&7. C. F. 81IROM.
WEAN SOAP AIANUFACTORY.
nomss k CO., haring purchased the above works
from Lobrecht Franks, aro prepared to receive orders
for all kinds of fancy and common Soaps. All orders
executed with punctuality and despatch, at the very
lowest prices, for cash. oc2l-y.ce*
WM. D. ROGERS, CARRIAGE RE-
V v imsitory, 1,000 and 1,011 CIIIISTNITT 6t., above
Tenth, is now open fur the coin of every description of
Carriages, combining style, durability, and elegance of
finish, from the Manufactory, at the career of SIXTH
and MASTER Streets, to which tho attention of citiaens,
and Southern and IYestern gout:emu is respectfully
N. E.—Especial attention given to carringue for re
pairs, In tho shops conneoteel with tho 'Repository. En
tremor on Chestnut otroot. cnTLn to K th4tti
GR REDUCTION OP PRICES.
/,adios' diee, FURS selling off reganiless or cost.
CIIARLES °AIMED & SON.
Importing and tuanufacturing Furriers, 624 WIEST
NUT St , below Seventh, will close thcr entire stook
Ladles' Furs, without regard to cost.
A BRAM SLACK—ENGRAVING, DIE
Pinking and Embossed Printing, Envelope and
Seal Preen Manufactory 87 Strawberry Street, between
Second and Third, and Market and Chestnut Street,
Philadelphia, Pa. aul2.ly
MANI LL A ROPE.—SUPERIOR Mb
LLIL NILLA HOPII, manufactured and for Sala by
WEAVER, PITLXII.& 00.,
aufLif Ni. UN. w►ter et., and 88 N. wham'.
COTTON -200 bales good Middling to Mid.
gluing Yak Oaten In store and for sale by
151 1 North Water Fliraat.
MOSS -17 Wog Carolina Mom, tor sato by
MARTIN A AIAUALISTRR,
sta 119 North Wster Street.
CONGRESS RANGE.—SOLD BY OHAD
WICK & ti 0.202 N. 8100 ND Prat
_ RA N GE .---SOLD DT t; HAD
WIOK k 902 N EIROOND .nlB -am
n.LENWOOD CEMETERY OFFICE, NO.
Au. w.mtlirr Fit.. Wow on 1W V
KY& RUM, to entre per schooner 1. A. Planner,
"or ssle by MARTIN & MACIALUSTES,
, IN North Wnitt
A MERICAN ACADEMY OF mum_
B A. MARSHALL dote Wine.
Second night of the engagement of the Celebrated
MK. CHARLES MATHEWS.
THU (Tuesday) EVENING. Get 2Ttb, 185 T,
Will be presented. 2d tires, a New Comedy, e.daptad
by Mr. Cbsrles Mathews entitled
MARRIED YOH MONEY.
Mr. Mottos, Mr Charles Mathews; Sir Robert Mel
lowboy, Mr Mailings ; Mrs, Mops, Mrs. Silsbee;
To be followed by the Inimitable Interlude, written
by Mr. Chute. Mathews '
PATTER Ts. (MATTER.
Copt Patter, Mr Charles Itathewa; Peter Parker,
r. Le Moyne; Patty Parker, Mre. Niehok
To conclude with the Fero of the
MERLES OF HUMAN LIFE
Alley Croaker, Mr. Chapman; Mrs, Courtosy, Mrs
PRICES OF ADMISSION
Parquet, and Parquet Circle
Faculty Circle and Amphitheatre
TIIOB. ti ICEON Treenuror.
Seat,' secured without extra charge . , three days In ad
vance. Doors open 3i: before 7 o'clock ; performance
will commence at 73i.
IVIIEATLEY's ARCH ST. THEATRE.
—SOLE LESSEE W. WILEATLEY.
Saud or PHlCES.—Orchestrs Stalls, 50 telex; We"
Circle (no extra charge for Secured Sesta), 60 Cents;
Estolly Circle and Auxphitheatre, 25 cents; Seats iu
Private Boxes, 76 cents; Whole Private Doi, Pi
Gallery, 13 coots; Gallery for Colored Persons, 25
cents; Private Box In Gallery for Colored Persons,
Box Office open from 10 A M. until 3P, 111. Doors
will open at CIN o'clock; performance to commence at
J. Id. D. WHITTON Treasurer.
THIS (Tuesday) E vent ng, October 2T, 1857,
Will be presented, by the great Star Company, the
Beautiful Itonuintle Play, entitled
Hercule, Mr. E. L. Davenport ; Mous. Laseelles, Mr.
Dolman ; Therese, Mrs, E. L. Davenport, To conclude
with the Domestic Drama, In 2 Acts of intense interest,
THE ROBBER'S wrev.
Mark Bedlam!, Mr. Delman; Larry O'Oig, Mr. Clarke;
Rose Radial:4d, Mra. E. L. Davenport.
IiVALNUT STREET THEATRE.—Les
see, Mr. M. A, bfarattall ; Stage Manager, Mr
Juba Sefton. Pricea.—Dreas Circle ant Parysette, 25
C 9414; upper circle, 25 cents; Private Box *MI Wales
tra Beats, 25 cents,
!lox Office open from @ o'clock A . M. to 3 P. M. Doors
open at 6)¢ o'clock ; performance to commence at 7,
TICKETS TO ALL PARTS 25 CENTS.
Tlll2. (Tuesday) EVEN I13(1, Ottober 2T, 1857,
The pert orinzinces to continence with the 3 At
Prima, as written by Lover for Tyrone Powers, called
O'FLANIGAN AND TIER PALSIES.
Klein O'Flenligan, Mr. Chanfratt; Jack, Mr. Item.
phi ; Mary Kelm, Um Rouen. After which, the
Achille Telma. Durand, Mr. Chenfreu ; 'Emile Rose
Antoinette. Mrs. Sloan. To conclude with the Laugh•
able Farce or
THE WA 811141tWOM AN
- - .
Widgets Whittington, Mr. John Sloan ; Mary White,
Stu, John Sloan.
SANFOREO OPERA ROUSE,-
F.LEVENTII Street, above Chestnut.
Doors open at 7 o'clock—to commence quarter before
Admittance 25 cents.
Ethiopian Life Illustrated by Sanford'a Troupe of
Stara—New Banco by the Eanfonl Children.
To conclude with
A LAUGHABLE Ant:IIEIEOE.
EDWARD T. MOTT,
EITUJNOT TO DIII(ODIIJTIO HOLM 0010.2 I'
G'HARD BANK.—PHILADELPUIA, October
23, 1857.—A special meeting of the Stockholders of
this bank will be held at the thanking Rouse, en TUES
DAY, the third day of November next, at 12)4 o'clock?.
M., to take into consideration the act of the Legislature.
approved 13th inst., entitled " An Act providing for the
resumption of specie payments by the banks, and for the
relief of debtors."
W. L. SCUAITER, Costlier
QOUTHWARK BANK. PHILADELPDIA . ,
Oct. 22, 1851.—A Special meeting of the Stockhold
ers of this Dank will be held at the Dentin-house, on
TUESDAY. the 3d day of November next, at 12 o'clock,
noon, to take into enneideratlon the act of the Legiela
tore approved the 13th init., entitled " An act provid
ing for the resumption of epecia payments by the Banks,
and for the relief of debtors..
0c23-dtli3 F. P. STEEL, Cashier,
rOMMEROIAL BANK OF PENNSYL
VANIA, PIIILADILLPIIII, Oct. 22, 1857,—A Special
meeting of the Stockholders of this Bank will bo held
at the BASIKIN4 11013811, on MONDAY, the second
day of November next, at 12 o'clock 51., to take into
consideration the act of the Legislature, approved the
13th inst., entitled " An act providing for the revamp.
lion of specie payments by the Banks, and for the relief
or debtors," awl to determine upon the same.
By order of the Board of Directors,
0r.2.14.N2 B. O. BAUM, Cashier.
NOTICE.—FARMERS' AND PIEDRAS—
DANE-I'IIILS DeI.PIIIA, October 24 1857.
Notice is hereby given that a meeting of the Stockhold
ers of this Bank has been called by the Board of Directors
under the provielons of the seventh aeotton of the act
of the General Assembly of ibis State, untitled " An act
providing for the resumption of specie payments by the
banks, and for the relief of debtors,” approved the 13th
day of October, A. D. 1851, to be held at the Banking
flange of Oda Corporation, en TUESDAY, the third day
of November, A. D. 1857, at AK o'clock l''. M., for the
purpose of taking into consideration the acceptance of
the provisions of the plaid act. by enter of the Board.
oenitNit E. M. LEWIS, Cashier.
lIE PUILADELPIRA BANK.
21st October 1867.-4 Special Meeting of the
Stockholders of this Bank will be held at the Banking
llouse on SATURDAY, the 31st inst. at 12 o'clock, to
take Into consideration the Act of the Legislature, ap
prould tho 13th lost., ontltied An act providing for
the resumption of specie payments by the Banta, and
for the relief of debtors."
oct22-dt.ll B. B. OOMEQYS, Cashier,
FARMERS' AND MECHANICS' BANK.
. Pnta.anetraia, October ath,1357.
Theammal iflectien for Yrirectora wilt be held at the
Danklug Mime, on MONDAY, the 113th day of Novem
ber next, between the bocce of 9 o'clock A. M. and 3
o'clock P. M.; and on TUESDAY, the 31 day of Novem
ber next, a General Meeting of the Stockholder* will be
Iliad at the Banking Howie. at 4 o'clock P. it., agreea
bly to the charter,
E. M. LEWIS, Cashier
BANK OF COMMERCE, PultADEtplua,
Aar October 21, IBs7.—Notice is hereby given, that a
meeting of the Stockholders of this Institution will be
held at the Banking nous., on TUESDAY,-the 34 day
of November neat, at 12K o'clock, to take Into consi
deration the act, entitled "An act providing for re•
gumption of specie payments," pawed by the Legisla
ture of Pennsylvania, and approved the 11th day of Oc
tober present. By order of Board of Directors.
0c22-Lbstu t Nov 31 J. O. DONNELL, Cashier.
KENSINGTON BAN.K.7 7 —.PBOABRI,Pttis
October 7 7 1857.—The annual meeting of the
Stockholders of thin Bank will be held at the Banking ,
bow(' on TUSDAY, 3d November, 1817, at 12
o'clock 81. ocB.thaatutN9
An election for thirteen Directors to Sena the ensu
ing yoar will take place at the Danking•houae, ou Mon
day, the 18th day or November, between the hours of
A. M and 3P. 1.1. . C. 07. TDRICDS,
A MERICAN GOLD
NEW YORK EEO:TANG/I
AT HIGHEST CURRENT RATES,
CRONISE & CO.,
40 SOUTH VIM Sr
NF.W YORK FUND%
NEW YORK FUNDS,
SiolgatlT AT THE LIIGIIRIT PREMIUM ar
DREXEL & CO
COIIISIONWEALTII FIRE INSURANCE
COMPANY, OF TUN STATIs. OP PENNSYLVA
NIA.-olnce, N. W. Corner FOUR= and WALNUT
Streets, Plilladelplus. Subscribed capital, $500,000.
DAVID JAYNE, M. D., President,
TIICIMAS S. STRWART, Vice Pres%
Sam. B. Moos, Secretary.
GIRARD FIRE AND MARINE INSUR.
ANON COMPANY, PLIILADELPIIIA-oMae, No.
WI WALNUT street,
_west of THIRD.
FLU RUMS ONLY TARZN. , )
A. B. Gillett,
Nana, Jones, El. D.,
Jesepb Siam M. 0,
Wm. M. Swain,
Johti Anspach, .14, 1
U. R. Ilurroughs,
J. B. Hughes,
V. D. Sherman,
Wm. P. 'Jacket.,
J. P. Steiner,
B. A. ShaokeUord,
non. JOEL. JONES, President.
Bon. 0. W. WOODWARD, Vice President.
Jan. S. Alcadom.tis, Secretary.
JAKE' B. ALTOBD, Assistant Secretary. aull-3m•ir
GAS! GAS!! GAS! !!-TuE UNDER
ILA signed would respectfully call the attention of the
public to the fact that they hare and are daily reducing
the price of Philadelphia Gas, from 12 26 per 1000 feet
to the low price of $1.50 per 1000 feet, by their MODRI.
REGULATOR, which saves $.6 per coat., a clear /laving
of 73 cents on $2.05, thereby reducing the price trout
12 25 to $1.60 per 1000 feet.
We are daily putting the Regulator on all the princi•
pal and prominent bullillogs ill the city churches,
libraried, factories, hotels, and other public buildings.
It has also beau placed ou at the Philadelphia Ex
change. Ruudreds of certificates in favor of the said
Regulator, from those having tried It, showing the
above saving, can he seen at our office.
Store-keepers and the public generally are requested
to send in their orders. Colt of Regulator. from $0
upwards, according to site. Orders through Blood's
Despatch promptly attended to.
N. 11 —Fifty energetic, enterprising, and persevering
men wanted, to cituVasS for the MODEL REGULATOR;
can mate from $2 to $5 per day.
ROBERT T. KNIGHT & CO.,
051ce No. 44 South Fifth etreot,
next to Blood'. Despatch.
HAVING FUND.--lINITED STATES
TRUST COMPANY, corner of TIMID and CREST
Large and mail items received, and paid back on de
mand, without notice, with YIVE Yklit OM' INTIM-
Ed? (torn the day of deposit to the day of withdrawal.
Office hours, from 8 until o'clock every day, and OD
MONDAY I.IVtNINGB trout 7 until D o'clock.
DRAFTS for sale on Rogland, Ireland, and Scotland
from .£1 upwards.
President—STEP/IEN R. CRAWFORD.
Teller—JAMES IL NOSTRA.
WINCLIES7'ER & SCOTT, GENTLE
MEN'S FURNISHING STORE, and PATENT
SHOULDER SEAM SHIRT MANUFACTORY, No fad
CHESTNUT Street, ahoy. Seventh street , Philadelphia.
The attention of Southern and %Postern Merchants, and
amnion', Is partioulatly invited to this Improved ant of
shirts, the moat perfect fitting While made. At whole
stde and retail, and =La o to order.
BRANDIES ---'r Pinet Castlllon," Ararat,
ALF and Wier Gnaw of vexiont vintage., in hall
1 11 1 902 and Mutter ok' ; Pelleroistn Rochelle Brandies,
pale and dark, In half pipes halt casks, and ono-eighth
"ga , tuiPactold end for LA* by
HERBY BORLRN & CO.,
221 and 223 South Youth street'
COTTON -100 bales Gulf Cotton, in dm
and for kilo by
KLUVEN & MAOLLIBM,
gal Ulna* IfetallUesk
Sales bn %union
~ii TEIOAIAS & SONS,
la Noa.l3D ma 141 SOUTH YOURTII STAGE T,
(formerly Noe. 11 and OD.)
REAL ESTATE, STOOKS, .4e.
Public Sales at the Philadelphia Exchange every
ea' ffandbills of each property issued separately, In
addition to which we publish on the Saturday previous
to each sale one thousand catalogues In pamphlet form,
giving fall deacriptiona of all the property to be sold on
the following Tueiday.
113 FURNITURE SALES AT TER AUCTION
STOKE every Thursday morning.
REAL ESTATE AT PRIVATE HALE.
LI7" We here a huge amount of Rest tiatate at Pri
vate Sale, including every deacription of City and
country property. Printed Data may ba had at the
PRIVATE BALE REGISTER.
ID' Real Estate entered os, our }Wrist.) Sale Re
gister, are advertised occasionally irs QUE Pubße Bale
Abstracts (or which 1,000 eagles are printed weekly, )
free of ch arge,
CARD.—SALE FOETFONED.—The ante of the ele
gant WALNUT STREET RESIDE Cr. will talcs plexa
at Ms Ezehaegt, THIS ETENING, ITth inetaet,
Instead of 00 the premises. ET The sale of the FUR
NITURE in postponed tilt FRIDAY hIORNING.
REAL ESTATE, GROUND RENTS, Sc., THIS EVEN
Pamphlet catalogues now ready, coutainiog full de
scriptioos of all the property to be sold This Everdoc,
117th inst., with ► list of ssles 3d, 10th, ma .1711 t No
PEREMPTORY BALE AT TITS EXCHANGE-ELE
GANT RESIDENCE AND FURNITURE, WALNUT
27th October, at 7 o'clock, without reserve. et the Et.
change, the elegant Brown Stone residence.
Walnut street, south aide, third house west of Broad
street, built for the use of the late owner end occu
pant in a superior manner, end finished throughout
ID elegant style, with every modem improvomeut and
convenience. Particulars In handbills.
tiellOONElt N B. T. THON.PSON.
27tb inst., at 7 o'clock, at the Nieheuge, three undi
vided fourth parts of the schooner N. B. T. Thompson,
and her tackle, apparel, appurtenances, &c., has two
sets of sails, built in 1854, at Nalgbn'S Point, N.J.
At 7 o'clock, st the Philadelphia Exchange, previous
to axle of Real Relate—
6 shares American Academy or Music; aura In the
Philadelphia Library; share in the lierea.utile Library
Company; share in the Philadelphia Atheanum.
For account of whom it may concern.
Two bonds, $l,OOO each, of the I.lolmi/bin Coal and
Iron Company, due 1861, including the coupon of July
last. Sale peremptory. Terms cash—payabie at the
time of sale.
TWELFTH PALL BALE, THIS ENVI/NO
Will include the following—
FOUR VALUABLE MARKET STREET STORES.—
Four substantial four-story brick stores and dwellings.
Nos. 1121,1119, 1511, and 1513 Market street, west of
Neat modern throe-story Brick Dwelling, B. W. cor
ner of Twelfth and Citron streets, above Wallace street,
with a three-story brick dwelling on Citron street.
PEREMPTORY SALE—FOUR VALUABLE LOTS—
BRICK DWELLING, STABLE AND GRAVEL-BED
Valuable lot S E Corner Jefferson avenue or Mora
mewing road and Moore street, and Crosby street,
Large and valuable lot N E corner Jefferson avenue,
Moore street, and Williamson street. -
Large and valuable lot, with two-ebory brick dwelling
and frame stable, Moore street, adjoining the above,
and extending through to Williamson street.
Valuable lot and frame stable, Moore street, ad joining
the above. Sale of the whole absolute.
. - .
fr - Pull particulars in handbills and plan
HANDSOME MODERN RESIDENCE.
Handsome residence With double back building, and
replete with all modern conveniences, No. 1347 Spring
Garden street, This is a very desirable residence, and
in a beautiful neighborhood.
FACTORY, EITRAit fbc.--Two and a half
.tory factory steam engine ere., Twenty-first Ward,
fronting on Clearfield, Twenty-first street, and the.Phlls
delahla and Germantown railroa d_
TWO-STORY BRICK DWELLING.—Two-story brick
messuage. S. N. corner Townahip Li 111) road and Clear
field street, Twentpirst Ward.
VALI:TA:BLE LGTS.—Valuable lot, N. B. corner
Seventeenth street am; Woodpecker Lane.
TWO BRICK DWELLINGS.—Two three-story brick
dwellings, Spring Gorden street, east of William street.
PER s3II.TORY aux.—PITA GROUND RENTS,
vie: Two of $37.50 each, two of $2'.2.50 each, and one
of $lO a year secured on See three-story brick dwellings
and lots, Spring Garden street, Owen 'treat, and Biddle
TWO TIIIIEE-STORY BRICK DWELLINGS.
Two three-story dwellings, Not. 878 and 878
Apple street, between Fourth street and York avenue,
and Coates and Brown streets. Salo simulate.
FOUR YEARLY GROUND RENTd, two of $B4, and
two of g 52 each. enured by a brick dwelling, Howard
street and Hope street, (late Remington.)
(17 gull particulars of each of the above properties
now ready in handbills.
TIIIIITEENTLE FALL SALE, 3d NOVEMBEE
Thi• sale will luclud•
Orphans• Coint Bale.
ESTATE OY WILLIAM A. BUDD. DEOT
THREE LARGE AND VALUABLE LOTS, AND TWO
BRIO& DWELLINGS, SEVENTH STREET, PRIME
STREET, AND PASSYUNK ROAD.
Valuable lot, N W corner Prime and Seventh streets.
Valuable Jot, fronting on Prime *treat, and on Pau
Valuable lot, Pasty/ink road.
Two three-story brick dwellioge, Seventh street, west
aide. north of Prime ',treat. They will be told mops
rately. Bee handbills and plan.
Also, by Order of Orphans' Count.
ESTATE OF JOHN FITZWATER, DECD.
. . . . . .
OVER SIX AORES OY GROUND WITT! VALUABLE
STEAM. SAW-MILL AND MAORINERY, LARGE
MANSION, THREE FRAME DWELLINGE,LARRE
WHARF, WITH FRONT OF FOUR RUNDRED
PEET ON THE RIVER DELAWARE AT Td-
CONY, TWENTY-THIRD WARD.
Ram Estate—THßEE-STORY BRICK DWELLING
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Tbree-story brick dwelling., No. D 2.43 North Fifth,above
Same Estate—TWO BRICK DWELLINGS.
. . - .
Abio, Two brick ilwellinge,Unien and ffsnovor streeta
&bore Prince street, Kensington.
Executor'e Sale—Late Residents of Arnelie Smith,
ELEGANT MANSION, BURLINGTON, N. J.--alen,
by order of Exereter, to close an estate, the valuable
residence No. 23 Main street, Burlington, N. J replete
with modern Improvements end conveniences, 3SX feet
(Cont, the lot 610 feet deep to Wood street, the garden
improved with finest fruit trees, &c.
Also, a handsome residence, Wood street, Burlington,
recently occupied by Mr. William Chalousr, and a /et
adjoining, 60 Dr 1513 feet. ftrFull particulars in hand
NEAT DWELLINU, T INENTIETIL BTRKET—Three
story brick awelling. No. 205 North Twentieth street
between Wood and Vine streets,
LOT, TWENTY-FOURTH WAltll—A. triangular le
fronting on Park atreet, and the Wed Phitadelphi
Railroad, Twenty-fourth Waal, (late West Paulo
VIREVI-STORY Mtn% DIVELLING.—Three-story
brick dwelling, No. ne3 North Fifth street, above
George street, with !real@ building to the rear.
701MBENTII 'FALL BALE-10TR NOVEURES
VALUABLE MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS.
October 27, at the auction store, will be sold a col
lodion of valuable miscellaneous works, a portion
from a private library.
For particulars eea zatalognes and the books, which
will be arranged for examination on Tuesday morning.
Sale at No. 1929 Spruce street
HANDSOME RESIDENCE AND FURNITURE
On Wednesday morning next,
29th toot., at 10c0e1ock, ea the premises, the hand
roam modern four-story brick residents, with three
story back buildings, No. 1919 Spruce farce; west of
Nipeteentt street, replete with all modern Improve
ments and caurentencee. 0,000 may remain on mort
SUPERIOR FURNITURE, TAPESTRY CARPETS,
tIA3 FIXTURES, Ac.
Immediately after the sale of the house, the superior
household furniture, all made to order by Moore
Campion, sod been but little used.
mr Particulars in handbills and catalogues.
Sole Noe. 899 and 141 South noel Street.
SUPERIOR FURNITURE, FINK MIRRORS, PIANO
FORTES, 11015BSIA ,11 OAIIPITS, &o.
On Thursday Burning,
At 10 o , slock,at the Auction Store, on erten/11re as
lortment of excellent second•hand furniture, mirrors,
Ice piano -forte, carpets, &e., from families declining
Assignee's Peremptory Sale.
SPLENDID ROSEWOOD FURNITURE, PIANO
FORTE, BEDDING, CARPETS, ELEGANT CHINA,
DINNER AND TOILET WARE. SPLENDID POR
CELAIN SASES, PAINTINGS. /Cc.
On Thursday Horning,
At 12 o'clock, by catalogue, in the Second-story room
of the Auction Store, a splendid collection of househoid
furniture, Ice., by order of Assignee.
A splendid suit of solid rosewood furniture, com
prising wardrobes, cliptie ends, with French plate
mirror doors; bedsteads, dressing-bureaus, washstands,
commodes, &c., to watch; splendid suit of solid rose
wood drawing-room furniture, Viennalee style; Briggs's
patent extension dining-table, 16 feet long, with ma
hogany leaf case, grotesque earring; fine toned rose
wood seven octave piano-ferte,by Schorr; very splendid,
Propels china, and beautifully painted rases; hand
some toilet dinner and tea sets; cut-glaze ware
ALSO, 2 BEAUTIFUL MARINE PAINTINGS., BY
SUPERIOR TELESCOPE.—A refractory equatorial
telescope, in perfect solar. Prost length, six feet.
Also, a superior fire-proof chest:
The above furniture has been is use but a abort time,
and cost over 60,000.
*,,, , a11ay be examined the day previous to*sale with
SALE OP VALUABLE AND ELEOANT LONDON
On Thursday Evening,
October .10th, at the Auction Store, a collection of
valuable and interesting books, fine London editions.
Also, a number of slegsut works highly embellished
with tine engravings.
Catalogues will be ready and the books arranged for
examination on Thursday morning.
On Xridny 31oruing,
30th inst , nt Nu. 1401 W Alma street, will be vela the
elegant furniture, extra large mirrors, splendid curtains
and elm/defiers, piano-forte, he. Perth:uteri. In eat►-
fiRITTENDEN's SERIES OF TREA
TISES ON BOOK-KEEPING.
E. C. dr. .1 DIDDLE, No. GUS MINOT'. Street, the
tweets Market and Chestnut, west of Fifth street)
CRITTENDEN'S SERIES OF TREATISES ON BOOK
KEEPING, comprising the four volumed below named:
I. Treatise on Single-Entry Book-Keeping,
2. Treatise on Single and Double-Entry for Common
3. Treatise on Single and Double-Entry for nigh
4. Treatise to Single and Double-Entry for the Count
For each of the above volnmee E C Jr. J. D have
published a KEY, awl it set of Miniature BLANK
WOKS, adapted for the writing Out of the Egereisss
contained in the work.
The several volumes of Mr. Crittensten's series are
now the text-hooks in Commercial Colleges in Boston,
New York, Philadelphia, Cincinnati, Louisrille. Lit
Louis, Chicago, &a.; and in most of tholintmel Schools,
and a great number of the High Schools of our country ;
while, as a boon of reference for preteraut accountant.,
the Counting House Edition is, undoubtedly, the most
popular work on the Science of accounts published in
the United States oc 'M
-ft W. TINGLEY & CO., RANKERS
• No. 37 Bonth THIRD Street., Philadelphia.
COLLEOTIONB promptly made en ell swassaible points
in the United !Rates and Canada.
/Roche, Bonds, aro, Bought and Bold on Ootoinßalm.
Uneurrent But Notes, Cheeks, ate., bought at the
Deposits waived and intend 'flowed, u per um.
ripo SHOVEL AND ROE MANITFACTII
REM --METTER'S IMPROVED OARD E N
110 E. Pulsated June ' 1851. The right to manufse
tore under !Ws Patent sou be secured ou favorable
terms, On application to ALVAN WILKINS,
asat-vot - 31 IVII.T•IAM Strati, the TOOL
y E. &E. SCHELL'S
J • OITY MAULS WORKS AND STEAM MANTtL
a. N. COARSE. OF TENTS AND TM armor,
Wizen aTeryntiety of MARBLS N.ANTELEI TOMBS,
Itosubtaint, TABU 101.5 and ,1,001104 aft be
innuct upoassarceabto same. a ril
JAMES A. FREEMAN, AUCTIONEER,
NO. 4 WALNUT MU?, Aber* POURVIL .-
irr We beg leave to Worm the stabile thelve bent
our regular weekly tales of Parnttere every Taseths il a i t
our BrACIOI33 SALES SOON, NO. 105 Wu
STREET, where every possible attention is gismos% the
Wu the highest prices for the goods of ago wipe my
fever 111 with consignments. Peodlisehsrlogpsettioost
their furniture to depose of, or there doielVelanan
keeping end got uniting seise at their awn
mhome their hunittizo OARITITALT RIXO - 11M ,
OUR SALES ROOM., WILYAIk YOST WILL BIAIMA
BETTER PRICES //OR Tana mons= TWO
TINY OAR OBTAIN IfROM ANT Olt VOA PIMEL.
TUBE DEALERS OR ANY 01813 ANIOTION WINS
12.1 TlfE CITY.
1:1X Erroona Carmine um with amahrtuthaatit On tut
nalared that their property will not be stertiesd.
[l:r C0..19491010 more =dente thaw thole whightil
by arty Qatar &action hoar. In the city.
V- Consigninents resitectnally tolleitioL
Bahia paid immaiiataly attar the wag art mid-
REAL ESTATE BALE, NOTEXBIII
'Maude will include--
09Dans' Court Sa la—Xitato of WW. A. B. Jam, Doe'L
TWO-STORY BPJ.CIE ROOST AND LOT, TWELYTEt
two-story brick house wad Jot of (rowed., vast We
of Twelfth street, Da feat abuts Cohualie sow, DI
feet front, and 11.2 feet deep, to a St fast street, VS
Orphans' Court Bale—Etta* of Mts. Browns/or, Deed.
TUSKS nou - sgs AND LOT Of GROUND, MUGU/
- STREET AND sATTEB LAND.
A tot of ground with the three Deem thereon ensos,
8. W. corner of Bread street acid Fetter lane, 40 feet
by 43 feet 31dg penal rent.
Er F5O to be pled an each of the &bora vim Ss
seine is strack off..
IL? A three-story Briekreakilaly, With tv044011
brick back balloting. las North Ninth strte4, Lan
Wool street. Rant $4OO per sautes. Apply at the Aso-
AT PRIVATE BALL
A Irst.cleee Pettifog Office, frith a two rasa of bast•
nest, four pet:Aim:presses, tiro Res and ono Adana
Type and ererythieg necessary fo re bosinese. Apply
at the Auction Store.
Sale No. 422 Saint Street. above Fourth.
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, OPYICE MINIM&
ELEGANT LARGE MIRROR, &e.
On Tuesday Morning,
At 10 o'clock, ratite unction store, esDI b sold an al.
sent:lent of superior fnruiture, comprising—pal, ele
gant rosewood Rai& heir-seal tete-a-fete soles, made by
Moore k Campton; 4 walnut parlor than* to =Ws; kw&
some walnut Jenny Lind bedstead, dreaslng-boreta, end
marble-top washstand to match hair-seat reelrowehalre,
walnat-cane parlor chairs, ha nogany dresaing-tetreen,
walnut what-not, elegant gilt-frame mirror Win
foam. drc.. &e.
OntICE FURNITURE.—AIso, large &malt olio
desk. Iron rolling. Ae . &re.
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING 0001:19.-41$0, a
large assortment of shirts, savkings, &saran, onus ,
flirts, gloves, neck-ties, kaodkerehleg ia
called fur at our ash. in .Eighth street.
tjrOLBEET & SCOTT, AUCTIONEERS,
T 431 CHESTNUT Street. oppeate the Oi
Emus, between Youth end EMS Streets.
IMPORTANT SALE FOR 01.11 H.
WEDNESDAY neat, commencing st 10 o'elinit pre
cisely, we will sell, arlthoutsreserve, a largo and ea/am
ble assortment of staple Lad fancyfedl end winter WOK
Including fora for ladies' and gaol's wear, each as
carriage capes and coifs to match, pinta's, eictorises,
muffs, sleigh-robes, caps, coils, gloves, ountlats,
made in the most fashionable manner, of canters, salon
sable, atone martin, Stab, Siberian squirrel, genet, fox,
wolf, neater, Bohemian Inch, !mountain martin, been;
Hudson Bay sable, ke., embracing a most elegant
consignment, suited to the requirement. of nestMlnilx
mut the trade.
NZLCANIZED 'RUBBER COATS
Also, 200 best quality Tultanhed robberOasts, liar,
ranted to stand any climate. But goods la She market,
and specially suited to omnibus driven, and others at
posed to all Weather.
. . . .
Also, best Sliver plated tea-oets,cs, 4:la
st/us bottles, ,te.
£.3IBROIDBRIE9 AND MILLINERY DiSODS.
MAO, 811 astestaire conaignrainit,joat landed, conalato.
lug of 23 cartons rick black, brown sad bluiqzside.
silk lace fall.
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.Also EN dozen ladies' and genf's embri4eroa4 sad
plain linen cambric handkerchiefs. .
Also, 100 elegantly embroidered jseouet collate.
Alao, 100 splendid style and qnahty *out ovatirt
Also, 600 pieces white goods, mm 141140 dotted eat
plain Swiss thulium, Swiss mulls, Bishop lawns, cam.
brics, and jasonets, he
Also, elegant book and Swiss collate, jaeoaet beaded
BONNET AND TBINIIIND RIBBONS- -
Also, 100 mrtonsposilt de sole bonnet and hionning
ribbons, silk Mops. velvet Tibbetts. gimps, is.
OSTRICHTIPS AND ARTIE/DIALS.
Also.loo cartons ostrich tip Preach tutiasieb
CLOAKS, MMUS AND ALSJITILLAS:
Also, an elegant assortment of latest huts stile
Ladies' Omsk', Ulnae, mantillas,louques otelmina
materials in all the fashionable colors arid Mark.
WOOLEN 110SLERT GOODS, te
Also, s general assortment or superior knit woolen
hosiery goods, consisting of lamb's vont and merino
shirts and drawers, cricket jackets, hoes end half hose,
scarfs and cravats, hoods and pelerinse, Shetland 11.11
shawls, Cashmere and merino hose.
LADIES' FRES= PATENT WOTIC4 CORSETS.
150 dozen ladles' white and mixed Prima
patentsroven seamless corsets, long and short. ;
Also, 20 eases ladies , fall style, silk awl satin bonnets.
SALE OP OIL PAINTINGS AND MIRROR& -
THRUSDAY next, at 11 o'clock. will be sold to elms
accounts, ^S European 011-paintings of pleasing modern
and ancient subjects, richly framed.
Also, 2 Toil elegantly framed large Mae mantel mir
rors, equal to any in the city.
May be examined any time prior to sale.
11.—The whole will be arranged for examination
with catalogues early on the moralegof sale, when the
trade and purchasers generally will And it to theta in
terest to attend.
SES N THAN S, AUCTIONS=
AND COMMISSION MILRAICANT, 8. H. omit
SIXTH and NAOS Streets.
AT PRIVATE RALE—OoId arid *Rear paint lime,
Leplue, English, Stria, and trench eratelies, jewelry;
of every description, musical instrtunents, &e.
AT PRIVATE SALE—Arranged an eenond Soot,
household furniture, of every description, beds, mat;
treason, carpeting, looking glaasca, fancy artielea, ate,
Out-door sales attendee to personally by the AlarAOR
ear. Charges levy low. Comic. mental of tiatzdtiste,
clothing, jewelry, &0., &0., solicited.
21 ATHAN'SPBSBCIPAL LOAN 017101,
S. E. Corner of Stith and Este Streets,
Where money will be loaned on gold and Abu pleb
Watches, Jewelry, Diamonds, Clothlw,
Groeeries, Sagan, Hardware Cutlery, insullosre,Ded
ding, Horses, 'Vehicles, Harn r uss,.Stodm. and cm all ar
ticles of rains for say length atm* agreed on, armor,
eatisfsetory and liberal terms than at any other 'stab."
lishment. DAS) 81 . NATHANN,
NATHAN'S at tale of TORYNITED HOODS Will
take place in a few day.. Due notice will be given.
WEBB'S great sale of forfeited Watches Jewelry;
Gone, Pietols, Musical Instruments, fro., erEittahs place
shortly. Due notice will be given.
WRDIVS great sale of Dry Goods Clothing, Bedding.
dm., being forfeited enlisters's, wil l take place shortly.
Due notice will be given.
AT PRIVATE SALE, AT HALT TEE ESTILL
SELLING PRICES —Doable-bottomed and hantisig
cue gold patent lever watches, of the moat sp
proved mokee; hunting case and open face gold escape.
meet lever and lepine watches, full jeweled ; fine gold
enameled lever and lepine watches for Isdles'; gold.
jewelry of every description; silver lever and la watches, In bunting cases and open face; silver „
8.6.11, and Trench watches; a general assortment for
isiture, beds, mattresses, mirrors. ho.
OUT-DOOR SALES SOLICITED, and chargeste oult
the times, low.
Consignments of every description of goods solicited
for public or private atle,
MONEY* ADVANCED on all and every kind of goods
for public or priest. sale, or to be held for a Ilicdted
time. Charges low.
QAMII.EL NATHANS, AUCTIONESR,
and 1110NXY LOAN 0/1/10X, No. 113 South
TEIRD Street, belay Walnut, opposite Peas st, only
eight doom below the lischange.
Items of business from I o'cloak, A. 11., until 111
o'clock in the evening
Out-door Wee, and Saba at the Auction Now , at
tended upon the most satiarsatory tetra.
EstaS/iskedfor tAs taut Thirty Years.
Advances made from ono dollar to thousands on
monde, Silver Plate, Watches, Yeweby, Bastintre, Key
audit*, Clothing, Paruitaxe, Bedding, Ciro%
Loetromants, Gans, Norma, Carriages, mai %coda of
All goods can remain any length of Um' *pea
All advance', from one hundred dollars and *starch
will be charged 3 per cent. per month; $llOO sad over,
the lowest market rate.
This Store Home having a depth of litti festi,lmAlsage
are and thief-proof vaults to atm all valuables, sad pri
vate watchmen for the premise' ; also, a heavy inra ,
ranee effected for the benefit of sdl personskwring gOOMI
N. 8. , —0n account of having an unlimited capital,
this ofiloe is prepared to make advauvre on more Batts
factory and accommodating terms than any other to
Money advanced to the poor, in small amounts, with
out any charge.
AT PRIVATE SAUL
Gold Patent Lever and other Watches, Iwribri, and
Clothing will be *old it reduced priccu. aul47
JOHN BAYLIS, AUCTIONEER—No. 825
ARM Street, between Third and Your* Streets.
SALES EVERY EVENING. at 7 o'clock,
07 Boots, Rhone, Gardner*, Cutlery, Watches, Zen
'fry, Hosiery , Whips, Trunks, Yawl floods, Notions.
N. It—Ont-door Wes attended to All goods sold at
the Auction Rouse tacked. coolant
GEOUGE W. SMITH, AUCTIONEER
N. E. corner of BABSON end SOUTH Units
SALES EVERY SATURDAY ZTENItia,
At 73 o'clock, at the Auction Store, of Hardware, Uni
tary, tiousaateping Articles, Clottnag, Watches., Joint
ry, Psacy Articles, Ac.
LJ. LEVY & 00.
. ARE CONTINUING
THEIR BEAUTIFUL STOCK
FANCY AND STAPLE
42 CHESTNUT STRW.
NOTICE TO RETAIL DRY GOODS
WE 'WILL RECEIVE
NOTES OF TUE BANK OF PF—NINSYLVANIA AT
For goods gold, (raw this day, if Payment is made within
flee days after purehsse.
GITILLOIT, ANDEIOOII, 1 CO.,
No. 333 (old l 4) Ma.tket street,
below Fourth—bp stair!.
Plots , Oct 24, 15.57
LADIES' DRESS TRIMMINGS,
AND KNITTING ZEPGYRS.
NEW GOODS OPENED DAILY,
7.6. Iib.N.WKLI, te. SON.
WISOLF.SALS AND SIFT AIL 9709.1.9,
1.029 CLIKSTNIST Street, four doors below Bletrentlt
And 316 S, SECOND St., below Sproce.
VACTORIES.—Nos. 93 end 97 GEORGE St,
Tenth, end SECOND Street, near Caton .
it • few boars' notice
JOHN B. STRYKER, JR.,
Wbolesale Dealer In
AUCTION DRY GOODS,
No. 12 BANK Street, Prolonetpata. 0,114.
H ELP t
the R 0 F 3 ) 2 . 31 1 i T ss H I E ON A I R O T O M R TE T T I Y ' ot the ei
Age nts t7
Rey. Jonsr S Mr. /one P. Aaal3ol,
Rey. R. T. 'Cassis— Mr. ALISIZT G. Ralf/.13M,
Rey. I'. S. Mows, it s .. J ones Nom .,
Are now mating their Annual calls on oar di - Utah to
solicit subscriptions to aid the Association in the *PM*
week of relieving and elevating the Poor, mad in 'riser
of the terrible amount of distress and want that moat,
necessarily, grow out of the afflicting crisis Ire an
Ina th,o,ch. the Afah.agers earrnnotly bop. fee ei4 Erte
Inereued liberal t 7 on the part of their felloe.eitistas.
Ikr order of the Board of nsors.
GEORGE E. ieT04.114, Preakferk,
R. K. floanaca, Seeretag.
Taos. T. lassos, Treasurers
oen.a hi& th•Te Na 434 liaitet street.
SPIRITS TURPENTIN E -200 bbk 441*
Tatpuoatino p to alt .
. ir for We Vi t