The press. (Philadelphia [Pa.]) 1857-1880, October 27, 1857, Image 4

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o kapatotthoutatelk Who' prottottmo otAbo • , -Act to
*Wit tintletttnitiittittipoblio ptioting,t? Ico,."ltp
tipowitio,,,t.Momatodpropcosatirwilt Do read:rod
_tlibtikliktoitttibitepit4l,uottl the lint Mott*,Cith
tweln , Weak X 4, for,int,
tttutyttor,tettiteed , tot..tlutptlattb
Os WE ott the int day et Deeem•
Ith.i ”I
fililifiklAiVirgoilititiall'aiiitearly Wean be Meer,
tyledaekoltfetalnyVied 'deaerlyttou , of each
tx yelFeseel betei(elred ~ .
°Lass f ,t
-44#4011r411111.4110 prbitizep paper,— noottlendered,. to
mossurslAbrititinottot to "mei torty4vo, wands
inalakeamititefid abee!a: , • •
OL SR t
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4,000 moultaa printtaitpapeN mloodereditomottepre
fabf4l4 - Jakkao, and , tw , weigh: nft.rala, pounds to Igio
;mita of 480 etteeta.
441t,AtiAtt": ititt.ttviatti • : :tit
5 ) 000 reattli ettperflue 'ilzed• and balotidere& printing
Mortl sk in "OkeS 4 bra inobea, Bud to 'weigh
,1141,t
-ttittlit, tam at-460 Ittoostti.'s
01410 i ",
Alilliktastaintiperilho hcint.eiteannd icetonclered printing
icesneictime°24by &flinches, and, to weigh, tatty
filwandir tolho resat ot. 480 sheets', ' c
CLASS A9'.
..
I.4:9ooo,4tOsitortl,igokeoo A sised: and -.'calendered :map
linksifif-af,foolgtilites armor beirelpslred, corresponding,
o wei ght , with TiptCpianetring AO, by:24 inches and
!SOLl:lag , terentyipoondis per Ivain cif 4W ; sheets., i 'i- ,
*:~a tit ',A.4.1 It =,•s tonaen , rt., - ~, 0. .- . • ,I. ~,
209 Mons IntPeepte . plate Mar, (satendered Or 'nut ,
elkesiBatedpassnaylettenuired,) 10 by, 24 inchea,ltod of
such welghtper ream as may be requireC,c ,!. -; ~,, 1
The fibre of the paper of each of the above classes to
be of , linen and cottocepfree tram all adulteration with,
ell-ShtbeB4Mibetandebi'of a fair whiteness,Tand
saglitAntionCOfritwenty=fote. sheets 'eocliVand is
turf tir"?., paw* esels, - ; eaeh' ream: to contain: 480'
perfest, sheets.. - Uniformity in color, thicknese .and
Weight will be Onlttlledt atid,"rib bundle (exclusive of.
Idl );= bo3o.underixe par:oent. frontia=;i)Ziyod -atihog r 4' l e il lt
samosa, hirrequiredi - ;llling'of various
nesse' ln-the same bundle to mahout' the Vel,ght will
to'conliditarid•aretotattatiof ,the contract.: . r
4.417`.4-I.l.fli'l -.l4ri Imssa tut, -'.....; ~ ~ 1,,;• -,, A
No. 141,540,,rearhaViArto postwritingpopee;
No. '2— ,2 000 rearm ilateapOnitingpaper ;
-a•Nsn. Ctiatihifanan demi writh4paper ;-- "- ' ' -
• es110::414 felikrearanfollo pan writing paper;
~ ,,iNtlaire-010.reanutmadinmerriting paper;- ; •
4.4llo,ibvibo ream reYedWrinag Met' i • '-'' ' - ' ":
1004-40 sedmenuper-royal Writing paper, ".. - -
_ t 5.:740. , :tt,„4/westas imperial writing psper; , • ~,: , •
„s - littriS-400-reamscOloredMedlum (asserted.) ' •
V iS,b4 - •;:e,"44..A ',ll - Ar.,l• CLASS AM': • :,:' , 1
No:1-4,000 reams writing paper, .10 . by PA inched, to ,
' 1044 aldtalielettiPosuillit per.teinni ,"- ,- :I - ..,', . ; ,t.,,
No, 2-1, reams writing paper,:lo by 28 Oldies ? to
4ri.
ant 'brenty4theee Petunia porregm, , .4..., , I ~_ : •
i 14-4,1003 reams ietritAns paper ,_ 18 )1251141m5, to ,
1 1 'fieutioviiirdphandupsereant.i.7 , ,(r ,-1-t..
..., ~,, , ;
. - 4=loo roannt-writiorpsPer,s,l6 by n fticheirto
wet z toirmstr.,#mrpqunds pet,ream. s: ,- „.., , i s. ,,' - '
, E rwlrr..43lo roams-Winne paper,qB , by-12";,bacheloto
„weft belwetiV,two , poundsper reine.;. , --:, .1 =, .4 P P !
No 6-400,teeencitilting:paperi12,11-18 - hiciresti, ;
weigh twelve pounds per vista. ,
' All the ii — kiirViliiiiiiiiiired tit'fiiiiiisii t'iniil l _ri are .to. be
orsideibsit rhaterialli tree friereachilteratiCa, and Hashed
WSW bileitlekbasnWr '1 ‘helteptritin 'alma l'ain'tobn
sitilthr&blati,lot.na MOW etstuldrd'elsoltif the SO -
poetise kinds, and of, such wnlgbta as may liereonlied
by this office; those Wanes A 'IVO to be, whi te, /tad of
NIONIVI WitOPWeltht *Clad iiithei schedite: '''s ; '
ctiffiitafghtris , oilerved °reordering , " ;greater . ; orrlerie
gaslstityc eifki
of'autt 'every' Iriturcentrosted for, at lath
ftioLsisd"itioach qtantititurifs ',the public' terrice , inity
7Zii clugislillrini COWlderid SeperatitlY, and• be anti.
feldlen iliPanate Contract ; .bitthiddersinay 'offer for one
ertioNiust the "Ideas itrthe , illitcelpecipolial;'end the
privilege Is reserved of ,requiriug rijaldderycho mei' hare
more than . ..erioqiatie'iiiiisiteit .hitn-tdJtilte all such
effinited,titletfelt bieright to' arecitio.' -' •I '• - r' ''-
wiliitspleir(net ides *brains iiliire) . Oreitehlriad ise phi
pile tdd4hr, UM htivonerarn)k wf , eackkirrifftitiasta".
company etch bid, i and, In classes 71and 8, he numbered
to Correspond with ihfi nairiber OA°. easier proposed • for
, itirthiletechistale; atiC id , the that siti.' clastes.ltie
properly designated on the sample ' or it will net he con
sideritAtit fropoiiro and Samples intistbetianitinltted
IstrAhlsoilleirfrOotpoista(e or other expense:— ''" .
filecliprorpkelainustbe minedbythe individual oriltm
- , makinjiti and must specify the price per pound teed
"lhatoieltioaforeaohl of Welt kind of papertootained
hithe is prcposed ilar, , '; "; ;• -;; ; - "-, • "=";•" '.
.. ; All tleePaper in the, severatelesseihilust be' delivered
ittnideplisersorphlieslis t , osy; liiidesignatedifilVaibliig
ton City-, „in good order, free of all and every extra charge
sirealfOUt andanblecttoltheinSpeetioni ceinstarefght,
Itatioelatdebutintrif4thtilluperintendent? Ind' htii* all
respect' satisfactory,.
bialiarkforanufee eipeoposatirfil 'be ;tliridit4 at this
office to persons applying for
,them; and none will be
taken intiViSmilderatiOn lifilei: iithitabthily agreeing
91gwritif.. ,1 1 ,- 1: -., 00.: ~..- :J:., ,;...., . , t: . ~ ~ ~,
Bonds ~ idthqapproTed , sedarititts; will Inkleottired ,*-
and the smeelying /elan .inferior a'itiele in any of the
closely* olailurritornipply the quantity requireeat
any timeoslll ha ddisiderett a violation bribe contract.
cactishiildetialmilfred. to furnish with hit proposals,
saffialtietetT,Oviderssebt his 'ability , te 0105010 them;
and pro ' " Women inpaniid , by' mich I eiTddnce n Will be
nir
rot, ~--• -- . 4. ,44- , ,,y-, , ,, , ,.;,,-0., ,r:,,,, ,
lsivprePatele.'wlll-be' opened in the Manner reOnired,
bythstre ort I:hellcat Tililedily Utter - the Brit Monday in
pooorobi P rrrltostkstle,)zot. ten o'clock - .l...bt,;rit 'the
offictsrit-thicSiperintendent lc , ===`-'''. 4 ,' " ' , -' ; - ' 0 ;
Proposal' will be addreescodld'the' irBopolotetidoot
of traaortaro 4'iiiittitz;44it6l , °nisi-United stork,.
Wiabilyteraiwasid entiArtiM tt'Propdiele , foiflupplyinw
Paper. •;.,e1.1 , ,,, , ,, -1,,,i..t, ,- •11."GMEMAMAN, ' -
oell a lit ; ;2trii_eitht;mai,A, i4'irribuo Printing,
uttoPosArs FOR'BREVITtitGNARINE
Xs-.1.11.2.4pis pN4 t baexn2YatiT - sxdoti.:*tousih.: -
ffOltingtol'iido44Ner 43.; *7,
TiliorliSALS; endirscd p proPpishi for cid l 47-
Ins Marine Barracks qtyedeneda; be
ie
o at this depirtivottimPyliff ti , t,lo lll Y ar
recliWk P. M, , coristinerforE,cr,
111Wne. BOnakwintheitadte be,,,erected,it d'enilq,
tirtlfe'plain and eipe,ctepattoria,
Fr uit direction of , the lilavy - -- Department,
lissx'kelittenAttt4e eoelSettit 1110
nißawyr z ardsat gortarareo4 / NOW AziPlfrk
allNt~J'bo D , NtdrTorli;'Philediallihta,/biorf4llr, and
Pselkmi/kinpli at,The 'Mayyl)spartinerit. • /
ihriet.,befoi furnlighini alb tug
Mb - noitipliftilm mo'rkin,l, maims 00.tEdultori
tote it zaV bit'ipMptea Lt.:the /214VIde
,_ - tO'Sdphrintirad the 1111:06,` and the department_as ;tketWiti'reJe4t fr4pletiforAti
firritecwhin it dieted the Intorest the
II
F i a" the
umilt ' aer t merea l i/o pp 6 ' l 7itcifiit r .f ir rona Viage e 'w ei
as the ri't pmkOopref4ofr_tfi, 16A,ajp,tee:itl
fled to bylikititifettate ent ouilkil „part of 91113mted
State!, oak :UAW cotoplotion,
dtilke"!aliOsit'fiiC.acc - ep6una or ,tbst.xyrk7l2y, tbq
Itod Priplignitirt.,ntra be forWtedirt
tktiV iitigtfrfid# l theht Fontntet pigyide4
two "pt. 1131##'..foh., AA, s4og9t log 4 than/Are
14 10 1—
rtr wn - 9 :=0: I dVZl n to 'farta r r i rrE
eiattA 444n1n Of Aye'
;WO I'lBZ/3'4,1'484e IttrrtitLiTYoße.rfiMiedf
c lr e
•=42 P r °4lr 41 1 4 1, e9vri0 : 4*;_. .44141
Wiwi sit ttenfficestioreinlbeforencentionedi
I WW O AI' Vii,fiii4o4 , irid • silittiidstd,:ta , d l 44'
drin t - ett4civiad rosoml4 tqc_guta-.
Intri s tes 1 , 00i044,42prif0P; .- •
et:oo.o4oi
.ofrotiaiky - :bepted Witi n be
r i ti mit iriV Mid 'COntritet.,wilrbri forwarded as . soon
da'praitlenble; Will be iwkir - pct, to
WOO Ifthisil,o l 47¢ - 1W 0 1 .0c1g# 1 0 1 1P.P. 0 0 0 4 1 0-
bS
'MI the iikiigir r oitlelll4#44 .0 . 16 ; 0 .1 100 t 4 ,
wordinito_ fbe.flawii cationiWrittdp,tweire
aniiiMiiidhirilind'afterittel di ant the contract. - -
Mit4O,T,Q,BuBP,•;"
tievagd i t • "tqL•ptikry of the Nay!,
-
Pl l lo.kal , s...iriVOLi'doliS.S.lt . lBs ' B
niararmaimestie Orytee Mauna Metre,
---.--- - ---- ---- - Waehinuton 0et0ber.10,1.857. '
aptv vklarashweDfittreouts, Will Bel re.6eired
ailunsgoillee untitrzT,UEsDalf,the IOW( atter-ember
neit c atS Okla& P.,ll_,,,,fortrultlabing Rations to-the
Utiltedlitst4ia Marine Oorps, at the following stations,
f lt -1 '4 9 40" r . , 1 0 8 04_1--.4 , c.. 1 ,, 1 - • ~ I • • i,,,1
1.11021114t0M1041113f;MICISOtti; , t' , " .' • '
4A , 3 • 4 1,934i0.030:11icm lismothiteq. ,_ ~, ~..,
myl* Ago, T 51414 Nt ft York f, , , f• :',. 7 -.•: -
PhilaelphlWetkligq./Wai if;',
Onsparaemeartiorfolk, Virginia;
4 . 4, Cli r nanat.sB4 SAO , ' ~ '," , j, ~
11 li t - 4 , t iPj$4141'"10101201/./11. .', ',, ~„
1.„
...eneeo,of ,one; pound gad a quarer- of
It - ..,V9.ittc4.lwetterecttrellkirical of muss pork ;-
elg n °name dt bread, made of beet Gam boa -dour,
all ol 4.lo4l9.oPYAoirlittithAt..optlou of- the Government;
"as the rate or sar polinde of good coffee, twelrig
Potttiti,„ -440.149.1fArleMettinge.r4.eight grow-tear beer
wkittp# figlitrAciatOgitrinega, - tiro quarts of salt,
fon' phunilsof goad hard brown soap, and onoendts,
g o
,htgPQ ,t-i,t - S9SiditatiMlPPed.tellow oseidles,' to ohe
-. 0 .F.Vettlit; --,. ii , -., ; - ...r -,'lr,r ,-- ....1. , I ~i ',,,, , r
I,torl e regpu:okaboll ' fie .dellmered'oo the order of
. itl.eittoer litf eikett'atatlon, either in bulk
o y 1"s figle ratter', and shall consist of iho best
4
.5,0„.40,„..., pYtwsd As- Isamu :Atka pork. to : be
II
, i t t , reAtutio mk t arelthe grocertea -to lee of the,
y e ...,....,..,....,a115ubjeet to-inspection.,
o 'girl be entertained uuleas accompanied ,by ihe
rolErAdlifi t p ti gir 'l' T ° ire ° d e o tfi r:l l ,l=t,gat
for' Mona for ISlte) Sod, a o ddrOh l ectlo the Quarter.
-rnerft-#9X-4-0110Pttle,Waitlington, D. 0, q 1... , ..;
i .r. ig , ;,.:,¢ i -,DI I. SUT Q MLAND,
r .. -..i
uartermaste
_SW rote -Woliolot mai idi•ertiiekdot, sits 0 444.,
tae SP,POW#XAPUthOfirkt insertion to title oMee fel
exandnatiCtneacmpaniedbt &duplicate account of the
"„rel,TA t l i rr, .of'l,ls,Atil f0r,300 calk/int inset ,
'27 ui,M_OoPulPer.uuo..eses for All: &obtainment tn..
Itiadioilel intolltgenier, iiiar, and: States,- Wash.-
IngtOb s , ri. - -0.4 Argue, Portland, Me.; Patriot, Moroni,
tr44ool4la.Orterourith, Mill...NM Mad , Onorlct,
ait,A4l.brsOpport,PArmer Daily. Ne*a
an Atli% 21:Y.; Bright,llrooklyn, N. V.;Axgria,Penn. -
sylveninn, , and PreeeiAhlloOgliatifw. Penn ; Patriot,
Uarriebergalmt-ite' Akan, Baltimore, Md.; States.
ma ArOec 4.10 r it . t YP ,, ; Democrat, r0 ...i...
arik.,,g 9 upv o i k * toilw, it,tfar OrjeAps, /44 Asia
pultliabUierabOve thiie th ine per pieek t piktiltioh NO.
"Str s allafigili:;: s . , K - :2-.!:
P .
ROPOSALS - - FUR' 7,RICtilfG , THE.
CUSTOM HOlnift 1 Ilfo,?eit Pei& li'mbbf, Ninr;
...., :
Jersey. ~.,,•1.1•.n•-•ii• •-”,
Trineleur DirrinmmulT,
I' '• f.flireemirdioiri fieoteikbei 2114 1837. i
PROPOSALS will be received at this Department until
the 46th day mralorareber, A.-D. tauilat 12 o'clock,
nom, for the comotruetiozi of the' Custom Rouse, Post
Moe, mad Court Room authorized to be erected at
?BM ADIBOY, New - Inniey, scouting t o the A m ;
end letflitegoturiprepared itt thin Departmearr said
penile!' *to hi/either for the: whole buipling, orsoperate,
fselliftdilteireitlidds,dt nork4lbiliiiof petals ;IMAM
every nue sonompituresell MI ; With the amount of east,
kind of work, and, the. total nipprint carried oat; the
Regartraeat retervinethe Sight' to ieject ' or eceept the
frallOmtlaUstablrosiitoo, 'Or iiii #att tliernot,' when it
amens the interest of the oOfted Stat es require it; the
"potLifnentuico roger-ref ,tAtt right xde 4s,
°" 18, Imlrrou riii perilous whine 0;60 In pet cabin to
believe will' not falthrully perforttr-the i ebtititetosi•Or"
which therilurre•Attempted Eosobtetti by indirection;
end all bleelibio.tbereetintl be parties in Internet who
do nogelt Inthertilil. ,i 1 'tied '4l bib that upon Inveetign.
lion Wei offer ifriedtlit the work.
RidsWillnot be received In groes, - and nli contract Wlll
be nwertled- tp a bidder unless details are furniptind Abe ,
Department of llul Ottawa , the dlffeinnt kinds of WOrk;
and material', whtatt *TM ..be tubleetteitht• ramekin
of th e pepertitheiti,noittuit ft meradopethrwhole or
pert of the bid Ma=ths Inteiettiot they United States
nultrilPVll - Drit :lit 1...,,i ~, , ", , ~,,.,,,
peirotrint,oteher etnoinit'orwititli done' end'
ax ., r i delivered liotordink --t6 *entreat 'mien Veld
limOnnt idlietielierttilledlif an estirtatit of ird'itentof
the Department iippetated , forlhat`pftriefej will'l, 4
palatrueolillne to time: de thirwork progreemei minim
pen eent e retatned until the completion of - the contract,
and - the • eneeptenee of. Mie, irork; &n.';•- by. Alin :keep
storeiutid, minim fottnited In the event or non-fulfilment:
Of eolltinct. ' . i -g,.. 4 ,,ci Vl t t : , -!1,4 7, IA
all
050 0
l a l o t 2 it(' 4te rit rded near tp.marten4mlldeee and
m 4.. lur neehsnment thereof „except hypos.-
" I '4 ' . • ti P7- 2t, Pkt n e liVYi !Wi l° 2 ' 3 :7
're r ti . " 4- k ' i I
- Ida' AM* it:46i4geE'd Wiel4rti‘ii ' ' ~.
it.
=tee, m ned tittiee :repo 'hie persons partifted' be' 1
se toy ' ritited eletlbtl/4 "iat Judge( erAttaftiettif
thelliNtiAtrik#*.iiia of ts,ooti-tou.,*mis
wptp._ -- ot-AVri.itioni ' rut toot,mtifhis,
do wow , 1 jilerPkeilnitint, ff 'his -proPneel: Inf
ete dideanditerf "'illieiltreit'fied botittitilth*cipti ,
m i r eallioato etteelteatbinliverrortiiens
,i'"
ArtifteginneleCrintgoottleader railllre4 „WA ;bur 4. - ::
nisaarbirklfflegtiboltP.o 4 thlit vi -,
fuillreirerbeWlo- t* Ot ' lOl O ,
- -- 'Xira, , tsiti l ete 44 fii.`4o4
*lll it SIM% soittelieloefattaik liradiet!
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2 - '' ' ' ."' ' • I in if,'
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uifueto 4l4matek re..,,. 7 .a
, -, fEOVSIL GOBS, Lase
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pROPOSAtS,#,OIi IN DIAN GOODS: !I
lIIIP4.IITRIONT Or cue INTERIOR, •
• Mee- Aintirs, Qobsper 15, 1857.
• &RAW endorsed Propose:hi for
dian Qoods [class I, 2,8, or 4, as the ease inottie,l:
„will be reelsire?' at the Ogles of Indian Affairs, Wash
20ittoli 041. tinitl ISO oloolp N., on daturdey, th e ,
14th , day., otnOtSritbor pont, tor turataltio2 Pods for;
Ao . .todlin,Annottsnentlor,rolillittig,tresty stipulations,
with various Indian tribes, and for other Diana
POIEIPs ; i;• ;
Mackinac Blanketi L cioks, and b r i
8,000 pairs Xpoint.wkite Mankinesiblankete, to measure ;
, , 00 by,72lzioben, and:Wolgli svounds: :
4,900:034ra 24 -point to'nseasurul
BC by ;os Inebes', arid trulgkk tainnds'.
I;soitkiii2tpoliit white Miokinie bliokets, 4o measure
42 by 54 inches, and weigh 63( pounds: ;
1,1105 pairs I.g. point white lifackunie litantets, to men-'
'lure p 0 by_Bo irekes; and weigh 4 pounds.
16 O risiint white Miekitiao blankets, to measure
' tkby 46 inenes;'ind,welth 83( pounds. '
3041paini 8-pointafearlet - 14aoltiese blankets, - to wee
sure 60 by 72 inches and weigh 8 riurids.
dOO pairs d i ls -point scarlet ifackinso hiankets, to men
- 'ante 54 Ity'6o,lpilkits,"And 4 pelgb 6 pounds:
200 pain 6,t( point green If o akinao , blankets, to toes- •
• ,sure - 013 by 84 inches, weigh:lo pounds. „
MN/ pairs 8-point green
,litankinao blankitsjto measure
8 0 by 72 incties,and'sreigli 8 pounds.
400 putts 2 3 ( point green Masking° blankets, to
moa
-84 by 08 incises; and 'weigh 6 pounds.
200 pairs 9J{-point Indigo blue Dlasklnao blankets, to
measurer 60 bt 84; inehes; end wbtet /0 pounds.
200 pars I:potnt indigo bine Mriakinto blank.ets, to
• nstaidire 60 by l 2 label, and weigh *pound,:
300 pairs 2.)4-polnt indigo blue Iteeklesse blankets, to
.„Inealesse o! by, 66 inches, and weigh 6 pounds
••200 rite 2lei-point tlenttinella bind Mackinac blanket'',
=• = .rnesanns , 00 , by' 84 inches; and ' weigh 10
pounds. "
200 pairs 8-point Gentintlitsbltie,Msokinao blankets,
to nieasuse 60 by 72 Inches, and weigh 8 pounds.
850 pairs 2N point Mentinella blue Ifeeklnaablenkets,
1.6 immure 64 by 66 'tittles, and weigh 6 pounds.
3,2oo'yarde tansy list blue cloth
2,006 'Le black cloth '
• •600 " a green cloth
4,500 " gray list blue cloth
3,500 " saved " blue cloth
3,000 ,‘ • • `" , scarlet cloth
3,000 "green cloth
00 pounds woratedryarn, 8 folds
100 dozen 'cotton'. Bag handkerchiefs • •
• 100- Madras •
2to fanareetton
60 " black sulk
50 " 8-4 cotton abalrLa •
100 4, 0.4
100 ;4 , - - 4-4.• ••• 34 ,"
00 ' 3 5-4 woollen shawle
' 1,000 peter:Matinee thread •
sewing milk • 1. '
500 planes ribanda - '
150 gross worsted gartering ' • •
1 76 piecetidlik handkerchiefs
gye 0 yards-T*llrd •
25,000- "' Monition° exile°
16,000 " blue drilling •
15,030 " white T 4 - -
6,000 'Eltiorgiutrlpes '
3,000 " blue denims -
-8,000 1 , " , eotbinide " - '
35,000 •rt • bed ticking 1, •
"' lientuokylesns• ' • •
3,500 4, urinate
10,000 ~ .."
blaiehed shirting— ,
20,030 " dowesttowldrting, (urdittisebed)
20 000' 4, sheeting
30,000 T " "thlickiistryirep Ind plaids
-200 detedwoolVzi eooke - _
2,000 yards tlandols, assorted -
lob° pounds cottoirthraad•
000 dozeti stool notten , '
800 pounds-best Chinese ioiwillton
600 4,4, Ani6rican '
;1,600-` 'ibroWn giiling twine, No. SO
1,000 •0; , cotton maitre •
2,400 flannel shirts
; 2,400 dalico 4,
10 dozen Canadian belt'.
• „
_402 flock coats, Indigo blue broad cloth
,240 pantaloons,t_ 4 4 •
200 nets,
frock,coata, • ..f hetOry twilled
100 pantaloons, • 4 4 . 4 1
200 - Ir4gA. , • , 4 4i
100 Mackinac indigo-blue blanket capotea
• 100 black satinet orettesta, (N0"..1i)
•,1l 0. gray ninth ovorcoits • •
100 44 44 44 costa • -
,100, 4 4 : 44 ! 44 ' Lptilitsloons ' '
300 black satinet costs . •
100 pantaloons - • .•
.100 .• „vests. • • •
IWO bluo satinet coats • •
200 ,
22.0 todet mixed sat not Wait
200 - c. pant Moons
200 , ;..<,! ,:s neatsY. ‘'.
- , , ', --- ''' •131.040 1.70:3.
'Atrauor;,,tigrictitiural,linpirsmenisi mod Ages,
0,000 pounds brass kettles. , • ,
; 2 .' 05 tin kettles, (6 sixes) • • , .
200 nests Japanned kettles, Bhi a nest '
• , 60 dosiu 10-quart tin pans. , •
76 •,, , 0 ~ 1s .
/6 if 4 ‘, rt .
100 " a -0 C'' 5, ~, , -d• , r ~
800 " botcher knives . .
200 " scalping "„ ,
25 U ruk l2l / 1 4
__
„, ~ ; z
„ 60 gistafgutOrorms„ , - , .• ,, . ,
~. ,
. • ;. ,
160 f , - . endaw mein. , ,',
-'125 - '" - Audi hoops, #itSorted , . i
300 dozen fish lanes, • .
• 350 'gross needles , ' • • . , „
-' 160 dozed Chaise' tooth'combs - .
150 " lino Sl.
, .
, 160 , " . 0018301 i
' ' 15 " ' bush
ir ythia .„ ~, - .
2 5 " ,grate." ,' •
30 " ...' *glees - , . . :- „
. ; .
S 0 ' ~ ; .'&sboti/t r too:. '
:. • -
• oli; 4, ' ' • 'weeding ci
.100;pitiea hags/ .- , ~• „ . . • „ . ,
'2OO - ..,*trine;oVidlis„-,.
',/00 0 4 r challis -,. , , ~ ,
' 800 drawing linlies, 10 and 10 inihes in,l,elltia •
Flehtiers,to.:lVlSkproportions of .IX, 1, X, and
200 hand 'saws' ', - ' '
5 0 einteintlissili, 7 feet, he length •, •
- sodoioniiiiiii4iw obis - . : •
.10, " . cross-ontaaw files , . . .
J- 10 " ' Ne 6O 4,tIPS ,;,, ,
' 250 quarters rocket chisels, X, 1, and 2 Inch
70 plineslorenndlsog., >, .- , '
26 doten thotels
' 25 '. l ';.,.' spadei,.,:—. er , .
- 000'sanip tottleti,'(is sires) -
8,000 short handled frying pans -
100 (Luzon bseting Epoque , •„. , '
200, , trodlablqspoons,
'2oo' '" ' tin cups'
16., '.myths spathe ~ .. •., i ~ , , - , .• •
- , :A.'," , ~
'izei, to weigh from 436 . to 5Y pounds -
100 "'"''' - lialraites;io weigh 34 pounds
70, " hatchets , to Weigh 5% Pound , ' .
,` 16:' " -
~,brintd-iiaa. i onilnary all.O ,
71 . 6 4 /{•:" , 'sing ' mirrors -
- ~. , . - ,
76 " - fiio stoat' -
~
~ ~- ..- • ' ..,tree Nti. 4:- '• ' '
... . ~. ,-, • i • Aortkieerf pneis. " .
11,000 northwest' gins,' flint leek " - ''
I' 2 A9- , `,!-- -, ,-, ~ .".. :• , P,°, 6 4 111 1 ° l '...:l9ekt •' , •' '
f,. Propdsalif wilt on received,. for the delivery of acid
goods at BoetonvNew,yerk, ,BhUadelphla', Baltimore,
liew Orleans; Bt. Lilis, Memphis or Cincinnati; but in
Considering,the bide, the, olt o f transportation of
the Same' to their reipective destinations from the
places proposed to be delivered will , form CO element in
deciding upon,the,proposals. , . . ,• • ~, ..' . ...
•The right will bo refterfan Orgill/Ird A greater Orlesa
nualititi of any of the articles named than that •Pecift°d
In the above schedul e 5.4 040 4 47,0'MM:0f a different
descriptiataMat,aey,tt peled, off,, at the lowest market
prices." . , - . . , ~ , •
• fireside of Antericait',lnitarlfacturc, of the required
ktylesand quality', will blipreforred; MAO the samples
orblankets and ,clothe are folio, fabrics, it will be no
reentry, In proposing a' domeatio article , of tither of
r ow kinds; that a flatly's) thereof
- shall accompany the
The, ertial c s to be furnished ,nnut, in all respe.ts,
Conform" to and be enual with the samples recently Re
lented, which may be iMeritit this 94k0„ They, will bo
rigidly inspeeted and,eempared with . those -etunitlAS b y
ate Or agents fetr thailimpoee, Buell as
may be unequal thereto',ln any partieularwill be re
jected ;In whiclibasellie contractor will be bound to
furnish others of the required- klmlne quality within
three days; 'ne t if , that, tut not dene,.they will be pun.
cbeited at his expense; - Payment will be made for the
goods received dn' tnielnes, thereof...certltled by the
agent or agent, appointed to lospectthem.•
; It Will ho understood that ' all bids for furalshiog the
goods above npeeified May be.refeeted at the option of
the'Departnierit;'pdriiciaorilif made by one who is not,
known as a manufacturer of, or regular dealer in, the
article proposed to be furniatted; which fact, or the re
ierse, must be distinctly stated' in theibide offered; find
thit • the , bids' at' ell - partionlihirlib' mai bwirs' Cep. to
eoniplkwith the paint:win - 6f any,dotstractatit y May
bare' Preqieuisly'enteret-1 'tate trti o the u tinitot,'Btetea
shall, at the option of theiliepi ' eat', be keleetee 6
wcordanee with this letter and apirl or a c)ttic reso)4tig u
of Congress relatire in bids' for' Provisional elothing,
duo., for the use of the nevi; approved 27th March, 1854. ,
! Bonds will be required; 'nibs anionnt of ;the bid, for
the faithful , performance of the contract, with two or
moors 61.1r0tieR, whose suiliclenenhust be certified by a
Tnited States judge or diet:dot attorney;
The , PrOposals must embrace the articles, with the
quantities thereof, as they axe 'arranged in the foregoing
fichedeleovith the pricer, annexed to 'each, in dollars
dad yenta; it *which' they will be furnished, and'the
taiminte Cutest 'be , carried oht and footed ep for 'elicit
elms,' "They should be submitted 'with the following
heeding: ' ' ' ':
"
t , 1 for weyttehiby propole to furnish for the service
f,tho Indian departmetiyand: ficcerding to , the terms
f its adirertliement therefor: datedlietobeillith; 1867,
be following articles, , at thepricis i thereto axed,
there insert the list awarding tSi the Olio* Or clauses
ropoeed for,] deliverable' in the , hity of [Boston; lie*
ork, Philadelphia, Baltimore, N ew Orloonei St:Louie; '
Memphis, or Cincinnati, as the ease may - be,] by the
fret day of April next, or at such time or timed during '
the year 1858 as may , be ordered by the, commissioner
41111(1.1in 'Affatre ; • and I' for wej Will alio furnish,
at the same prices, such additional , quantities of the
earns kinds and qualities of 'goods,- and at the lowest
Market aria*, such othhr article( of i different desorill
con as may be required for , the' service of the India*
dipartnient - during the-year 1308 deliverable at abort. '
atateff; and if this proposal be accepted, [bore insert
the words; .in whole or in Pert,' if more than one clash
he proposed for,] I [ or wej•irlti,4lthls- twenty =days'
thereafter, execute a eontratt itocordingly, and give
decurity, satiefactoty loAlie Oonixidellenior of Indian
Affairs for the faithful 'Perferroancfb , of the same.”
Mere:insert whether the party proposing is or is not a
Manufacturer or regular dealee , lo the article proposed
to be furnished.] . ...', —.. . ; •.• ,:, - , .• „ •
Mich proposal must also be accompanied by a swam.
tee, in the following form, to be signed by two or more
responsible persona, whose sufficiency must bo certified
ity one griper° poisons, Personally or .offfelally known
to the &pertinent :,, . . •..•. , „
I .. I for we ) bereby.gultrititY that NM . abort bidder,'
(or bidders ( ] if a contract shall be awarded to him, ter
tberit,raccording to hie for their] foregoing bid °rpm-
Prod, will execute a contract, and give escuritY for the
perferinriecethereof, as,presoribed in the advertisement
for 'prbposali for Indian goods, dated 'October 10, 1807
end I for we] agree to payipy and ell damages or karts
Which the United gates or the Indeed may Suffer by
reason ,of (allure so to de on the part of the said bidder,
(ok bidders.') '
No proposal will be considered that does sot strictiy
conform to the terms and 'directions of this advertise
'bent. ~ , .
t Byrnrder • of the Secretary or the Interler."
I •t - ; ' t ••• CILABLEB 11, XIX.,
oeff2ltliddetu Intend " ' Acting 00mmissioner.
„sweeneweese--- _ •
. . .
i4 - 1.4,04:0i':, Iitt%TENT . TO. TEACH
As. the branches of az; Englteltedueattoo, Neenah, nod
Musky 11 , 411481 a obtata.aaltaatioa as day Governors
fo.young ,007, referesteei gloom. Addroes
. A.. i •box No. 162 Philadelphia P. 0. • • • 0e22-Ivr ,
VI/ANTED, FOR TIM UNITED STATES
i , iikaiiiirted , men, to'
U ha given. good:poi boUtd,
_Clothing, Mid
4 4441 ottondanao. , , ay from Oil°, 11721 1 iir nonth y t
No man baring a wife or child bo acceplec , '
for MOUNTND lIEN.YION N0. , 81T MAMMY atireot
lbws aorth aide.' 3 •
WILLIAN B. NOYALNi
Lieut. 2ti Nectar emirs? • .1
Reernltiog Offteet.,,,
oc . 5-Ito
WA,TEA'T"W *GEPOWTHON
lie or low* wo. yog4l sow now vault
vi4,piOiliz Lull
;ed; eetteteiyli Th. Vrzooct
bi,ne.l , 4 49v4e.tkP e w 4 4tie ue„beT
, feek ies7ellip Bogtze46..the eiwyegue4we*,zagi . & wipe epoweee r the weete
; o ahll3titso „ *too,wow,o4iii
ketu ta Bov
mwtot
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WZIAQ t" - -OHs I iiiIIAY,ORALI4
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PlA**
' '' Wants.
t
TDE pßEssoiaplludintiartilA, I'UESOAY, OCTOBER 27, 1867.
ixu 10006
_ ....._.
PROPOSALS FOR SUPPLIES.
guAltrumisvnes Orretni Mamma Oorire,
• , Washington, Oct. 10, 1867.
SEALED PROPOSALS will be received at this office
080118 o'clock, p. m., on Friday, the 18th of November,
1857, for supplying the marine corps with the following
articles during, the, fiscal year ending 80th June, 1858,
• 600 to 800 uniform caps, complete.
1,000 to 2,000 marine pompoone
1,000 to 2,000 patent-leather stocks.
600 to 800 privates'. uniform; coats, complete, of
navy blue cloth, indigo dye—to be
. • . chemically tested.
50 to 100 sergeants , uniform coats, (same as
above.)
50 to 100 musicians' coats, scarlet cloth, cochineal
bo chemically tested.
100 to 200 palm non-commissioned oftlcerit" span
. tattoo. •
600 to SOO pairs braes centre straps.
80 to 60 red worsted sashes.
1,000 to 2,000 pairs linen overalls.
1,000 to 2,000 linen shirts.
2,600 to B,ooo,pairs brogans, Nos. 8 to 11,
600 to 90 marine blankets, (gray,)
500 to ' 800 knapsacks.
2,600 to 8,000 pairs woollen Books.
600 to 800 marine fatigue caps, the cloth to be navy
blue, Indigo, dye, and chemically
•
„ tested.
600 to 800 fatigue frocks,
1,000 to 1,600 flannel shirts,
600 to 1,000 mitre woollen overalls, blue kersey.
000 to 1,000 woollen jackets, do.
800 to 600 watch or geed coats, do.
600 to 1,000 pairs Canton flannel drawers.
95 to 00 musicians' Jackets, scarlet cloth, conhi
neat dye—to be chemically tested.
Sample' of the above articles may be seen en appli
cation at this office, or at the Oleo of the assistant
quartermaster marine corps, 182 Spruce atreet, Phila
delphia,
It Is to be understood that the accepted' bidder is to
take all material used for manufaeturing coats, overalls,
Ice., on haud,at the time of entering into contract, at
the contract prices thereof.
lilde will he received for tho whole or in parts fpr the
articlea'required; and it must be explicitly understood
that a critical inspection will be given all articles fur
nished as,to at and quality, and that articles which do
not codas up to the sample will be rejected and thrown
upon the hands of the contractor.
The quartermaster reserves to himself the .right to
increase or diminish' the quantity named above, as the
exigencies or interests of the service may demand: •
Proposals to be addressed to the "Quartermaster of the
Marine Corm , ' Washington, D. 0., and endorsed "Pro
posals for Supplies."
The paper, publishing this advertisement will send
the paper containing the
,first Insertion to this oMee for
examination, accompanied by a duplicate account of the
expense—at, the rate of 76 cents for '3OO ems tint inser
tion, and 31,ty cents per SOO ems for all subsequent in
sertlona. • ocle.stuthtNcrvl3
nailroab Vito.
EMIL ADE L P HIA, ,HERMANTO WNN
AND NORRISTOWN RAILROAD.—SVINICER
ARRANGEMENT.—On, and aftor MONPAY, October
19tb; 180, • -
VOA ,CtERMA.NTQWN
Leave Philadelphia at 8,7 X, 83{. 9},f, UK A..u., 2,
8-10 min, 4; 5,0, 7,9, and 11 P. 31.
Leave Germantown at 6X, 7-85 min. 8,9, 103 A. 31.,
1.10.3-10 MID. 4,5, 6, 7,8, and 10P, M.
KW, — The 7.36 o'clock A. 3f. Train from Germantown
will atop Only at Wayne Street Station.'
ON SUNDAYS
Leave Philadelphia at 9.93 min. M., 2 and 6X P. M.
Leave Germantown 8.20 min. A. 11., 1-10 tofu, and
5.45 min P. M.
ORESTNUT RILL RAILROAD.
M!iiMIRWMI=I
Leave Oheatnutlllll at 71(,8-90 and 10-10 min. A. H.,
12-50, 0-40, 5-90 and 7-90 min. P. M.
ON SUNDAYS.
Leave Philadelphia, 9-20 A. M., 2 and 6% P. AL
Leave Oheatitut Hill at BA. IL 1240 and 0.20 P. ht
FOR HANAYUNIC, 001113210HOOKEN AND NORRIS-
Leave Philadelphia at 6X, 9, 11 A. N., 8,4%, bx,
and 11 P. M.
Leave Norristown at 7,9, n A. AL, 8 and 0.40 P. M.
ON IiIINDAYS,
TAM% Philadelphia at 9 A. M., and 3 P. M.
Leave Norristown at 7 A: M., and 6 P. M.
011113TRR 'VALLIty RAILROAD FOR DOWNINO.
TOWN.
Leave Philadelphia at 6X A. M., and S P. U.
Laata Downingtown at 7X A. 51 , and S P. M.
11, K. SMITE, Superintendent.
Depot, Muth and Greer" streets, Pktladelphla,
Alerthant %Coro
151DWASto P. KELLY,
814 CHESTNUT STREET,.
Su jut received a choice assortment of CRAVATS,
GLOVES, TIES. SCARVS, MORNING GOWNS,
SHIRTS, TRAVELLING SHAWLS, SNOW= PA
TENTI GAITERS, &0., !se. 'which • min be ' sold at
Moderate prices for credit—tow for cosi.
The 'Madams of KELLY Ic BROTIIRR, Is now at
tended at No. 814 CHESTNUT street, by B. P. KEL
LY br 1011 N. PARMIERTY. - • - odb.tf
JOHN P. DOHERTY,
FORHOOLT WITH HOLLY' to anorak's,
LATE WITH LUKENS, RELIT, & 00.,
TA.11.,0n,
SA CHESTNUT STREET ABOVE EIGHTH,
Has now with him the boot Tailors that are engaged
in the boldness in this country,
CHABLIS ROTII, formerly the leatflog.tallor of this
city; M. Itsvana, former ly cutter for 0, Roth &
and late Coat and, Vest cutter with Lukens, Kelly, &
Co.'iliaat Witisatt, the best Banta and 'Veit cutter
in the United titates, for years tuna with replerris,
under the Into; Ildnee, Drosaway and with Dopierris
& Pettit", under the Bt. Nicholas lintel, Broadway.
The most unremitting attention paid to the wishes of
all whopatronise the establiehment.
The. best of Clothes made at moderate prices for
credit, low prices for casA." ' , 0018-tt
lA:ME - MHE RICAN, MERCHANT
,R iNoe.'l6.andle Sonpa 211NTE OTABZT,
.ABOVE OIIEBTNET: , '
' A buts fond • well selected' stook or 111/OTHEI and
OAB9III/INNB alwayd on hand.
All Clothing made at this Satsldlehment will be or
the beat qoalffr; and lh the : twist redblonahle style.
Partioular attention `Siren to'
,UNTIPONId CLOTH
; ING.' • ' soda
§ata, grape, mac,
31,,GARDAN & CO.,
laaruitaidureriof and Wholesale Dealers to
11414 . 8, OAVS; , FURS, STRAW GOODS,
FANCY SILK AND STRAW BONNETS,
ARTIFICIAL PLOWIMS, Xotrallaft,
FEATIIERS, , te., Be.
No. M 2, (oldiNo. 1911) MARKET Stu",
' Below Sixth, south side,.
And No:021 MINOR Street, Philadelphia.
O. Raper amain, • • DAXSZL Boron,.
Merchants are reipeetrally Invited to *:amine our
stook ' 044-2 m
'SULLENDER .PASOAL; '
' HATTNREI,
No. 9 B. SIXTH street, Philsdelpids.
anti Shots.
JO. '442, SOUTHEAST OORNEE OF
MABKET and .PIPTII Eltrooto.
BontiornenPa Beet Patent Loather Bolter Boon.
If Oalf - do.. do,
Patent Leatboi Odford TM. '
• .it Calf do. do.
- 4i Patent Loather and Oalf narrow
'lisp Shoes,: • • • •
Boor and Yotithol Patent Loa th er sona Colt Skip
'ratter Hoots and Bhoes
ata4 Yor see by
VALI, STOOK OF BOOTS AND SNOBS.
-4OB3tPII>t ff ROBINSON lc CO., No. 314 MAR
NET Street, and Nos. 3 and 5 FRANKLIN PLACE,
have new in store a larke and utell.assorted stook of
1100Til and SHOES, of City and Eastern manufacture,
'whioh they offer for sale on the best terms for Cub, or
on the usual credit.
sul -
Royer'
dtf are invited to call and ,eXaMirne their stook.
ijottlo nitb Ueotattrants
grin PALACE RESTAURANT IS' OW
JL opou, at the Northwest corner of THIRD and
/MANLY, below. &Ippon street. 00 and see the most
;beautiful bow-room in Philadelphia, and taste the beet
'Brandy, Whiskey, et,o.", Ice., in the world.
ocild-et* JOHN I. ANDREWS.,
WILLIAM HAMMING% OITY • LAGER
nu. SALOON, NO. 282 Oexter's Alley, Plata
sep22-8m
iItioGOWAN'S RESTAURANT, SOUTIL
tpx west toner of WIXO . Ab sad WALNUT .--Ciame
and ell other delloseles'in season. Namllies anypiled
with Oysters on the shortest notice. sepi-7m
!MERCHANTS', HOTEL,
NORTH POORTH aTIMET A
1 " 11 ,
ABM MAIIILIM
PIIILADELY/Ild.
0ku2,4-ff ; MOII.IIMEN & 140N13, FAIMIITOI4O
QCOTT 110USE—Oorier of Irwin Street
iad nuqueeigip,way, - entonlirgn. D. D. MAIKEIIi
DrapeOtor. ' iaill-&a
(tobacco anb Cigars.
:VANA CIGAR
2.1. merit, mob u
' Figaro, Neaps,
•'thibanu, ' -Sultana,
Gloria, ' Jupiter,
°obese, ' Oanyerdiantee,
Torrey Lopes, " ' 11nIon Arnerloana,
°Lakin, • Ylora Cabana, ',co. ite.,
ito., in X*, X, 1 . 6 and 140 oxen, of ensiles and 'nulli
ties, In stdre and constantly reeeiring, and for sale low,
ORABLEB TETE,
ir) 188 WALNUT Street,
below Bound, seeond gory
A handsome assort,
VIGARO, CABANAS AND PARTAGAS
obotoo invoice of thole eelobrat4d
broads ob board brig ti Now Brag 1 daily oxye6t,od from
Homo, and foidolo low, by CHARLES TRTN,
I , • (New) US Walnut street, below Second,
sal &wild Story.
ilarbware.
CITY NAILS, '
' hINUGUANT BARS,
RIVET IRON,
liana featured at YOUNTAIN GUNN ROLLING MILL,
on the fiehuYtkill, above Spring Garden Water Worke.
WARRNOUSE, 103 North WATER, Street.
QUAKER CITY NAILS are warranted equal to any
naiad.
oeO•tt " /MIN lIALLDBINAN, Agent.,
91ROMAS E. BAXTER.—HARDWARE
' CUTIARY ' LNJ TOOLif, No, 910 ;two' . aT,
bona BllnW, aouill aid*, Phila.:l4lWe „ as lA*
Wificis aub E4quoto.
JOAN •MeCOY, , WHOLESALE WINE
AND LIQUOR. STORE, ,
811 acid 8188. Wont. and Viatei sta., Del. Spruce.
10 rlaekeono Gray's celebrated BCOTOII WHORE;
la Wad aad la atom oo 24-200
"DORT WlNE.—ln , bond and entitled to do
triinr;lnaaqtratoceolit
s et. Joseph , a Pure Jutu pod
_ Tan puncheons Join R a mey Imlay Malt SeotahWhla
kaki, 2 years old •
Plat pipes Anchor Ohs.
Mosett, Martel, Bouvet, and J. J Dopey Brandin", al
of ethic& I offer to the trod° at reduced pdcat.
.JOB. F, TOBIAS.
an22Bmoe 88 and 90 8. Front St.. below Walnut.
LEXANDER V. HOLM) S, WINE AND
1i- 'LIQUOR STOWS. Zdo. 220, - Southeiit Corner o
prolog and 11011r1 dtrests. pally ,
I..LEWIS, IMPORTER AND DEALER
Nja Ili PIN* •'WIRES, LIQUORS, OLOA118,'&0,, so)
$O O . ingvli stria, Phitadelphl*. sid.l7
101 . D Ovalnon & Co., Ms
-41,1P. tett 4k. 00. i MA 'alba brands or Copan.) of rations
trlntairridilti half plpair miartar antga Pollirroldo
lanahelle BrOndknif pale and du*, in halt piper, quarter.
tads and orie.rOlith alakt, In Osatinn Mono Moran,
Pnparto4 ainkfat tugs '
AY 'aionstati a oo„
M
, , :214,2113 atal 1324 Booth Foorth street. ..
la01••••••••11.T....
TOMAA ALL
AND,I,A,ONISSIL.BINWIIRY, No. 60
w (now
v.-411) North it gmaketrin.t,phitioovid".—atappi.
-04,041,,,,td4443) , 0 • ~,
• t
OTZLi Y AND 'BI/41111R RANGES
-1)614 VOLUM/OW & to 2 N, MON* Ot
as#lo4mok
QUIP JOSEPH JONES POE SAN PRAM.
1.7 CISCO —To sail with quick despatch.—Preight
taken at reduced rates —The beautiful clipper ably
JOSEPH. JONES, Nelson Pendleton, commander, now
completing her loading at Race street wharf, has over
three-fourths of her cargo on beard rood nearly all of
her capacity engaged, will continue to receive freight
fora few days, and mil as alma.
Shippers will please complete their engageme n t.
without delay, and band in hills of lading for signature.
Per balance of freight, which will ho taken at
very low rates, apply on troard, or to
1319110 P, SIMONS dr, CO.,
,120 (lmen) North Wharves,
lIIP MARY AND ADELINE, FOR NET
ORANANg. Cluarantled first vessel. Receives
freight this day and to-morrow. Freights taken at as low
rates as any other vessel loading.
The fast.salling copperad packet ship DIARY AND
A MINS, W. Yates, master now completing bar load
ing at Race street wharf, having nearly all bee cargo on
board, wilt cuutluue to receive what freight offers, and
sail its above.
.. • ..
Shippers will please hurry tholr goods alongside, and
bills of lading to the Counting House for signature.
For balance of Freight, at reduced rates, apply on
board or to 1119110 P, 9IMONB, & 00.
oc24dtf 120 (late 36) North Wharves.
The M. k A. Insures at the lowest rates, and will take
steam down the Delaware and up the Mississippi.
The suceeeding packet will commence londlng on Mon
day next. Heavy freights can now be. engaged at low
ruteo
SAVANNAH STEAMSHIP LINE.
- .
STEAMSHIPS
STATE OF GEORGIA
Ann
KEYSTONE STATE.
In consequence of the depressed state of krone, the
above ships will be withdrawn for the present,
A. HERON, Jr
October lOth.
FARE REDUCED
AND HAVRE.—The
DEREILT, Edward lligg la
will nail
From New York for South- From Southampton and
amptou sad Nom, Nome for New York.
Saturday Oct: 24 Saturday Nov. 24
Saturday Dec. 5 Saturday , Doc. 20
Price of Passage—Plret cabin, $100; second cabin,
$5O Specie delivered In London and Pule. For freight
or passage apply to D. TOItItANON, Agent,
No. 5 Bowling Green, New York.
Letters for England and Europe, pre-paid, 25 cents
each bait ounce, (by encloaure of postage stamps It from
other cities ,) wi ll ho received at No. 6 Bowling-green,
New York, up to 11X o'clock on t h e morning of mill
ing. Oulo-tt
GREAT REDUCTION IN FARE TO Ell-
ROHL
First Cabin SSOS Second Cabin 860
In the firet•clasa paddlo-wheel steamship ADRIBL,
BoOe tons, O. D. Lansaw, Commander, aryl NORTHSTAR , 2.600 tone, P. Si. MINIVAN, to gall hout_pler No.
8 North River, at noon precisely, carrying the UNITED
STATES MAILS,
LIMO N. York for
Southampton, Ha- Bremen for Southampton
ere and Bremen. Southampton I for New York.
Ariel, Saturday, Oct. 31. Weds 'day, Nov. 4.
N. Sat'y, Oct. 81. Saturday, Nov. 26. Wediol , l, Deo. 30
Theo steamers touch at 11ATRII. Specie delivered
in London and Paris. For passage and freight, apply
to D. TORRANCE, Agent, No. 6 Bowling Croon, Now
York. oclo.tf
FOR LIVERPOOL-SATURDAY, 17th
October.—The packet ship NONPAREIL, (1450
tone) Captain Fault, will sail as above.
Cabin pump
Second Cabin
Steerage lB
Second eabin and steerage passengers found with pro.
visions according to the American passenger act.
Apply to THOS. RICHARDSON & CO.
orb.
poR ENGLAND AND FRANCE,IBS7.
X' New York and Havre Steamship Company The
United States Mall Steamship' AltAoo, 2,500 tons,
David Lines__, commander, and FULTON, 2,500 tone,
James A. Wotton, commander, will leave New York,
Havre and Southampton, for the years 1867 and 68, on
the Ibllowing days :
NSW TONE.
1851. 1848.
roZtoo, Saturday, Aug. 22 Aram Saturday, Jan. 9
Arago, do. Sept. 19 Fulton, do. Fob. 6
Fulton, do. Oct. 17 Arago, do. Mareb 0
Ango, do. Nov. 14 Felton , do. April
Walton, do. Rao. 12 Arogo, do. May 1
Felton, do. May 20
LILY' HAMM.
1867.
kngo, Tumidly, Aug. 25
Fulton, do. Sept. 22
Amigo, do. Oot. 20
Walton, do. Nov. 17
Arago, do. DaO. 15
1858.
Fulton, do. Jan. 12 IValion,
/tango, do. Bob. 9 drag°,
gultou, do. March 0 Yulton,
Ango, do. Aprll 0 Arago,
Volta% do. May 4 Fulton,
Ammo, do. Janet Arago,
Fulton, do. Juue 29 Fulton,
7alolll OF YISOLCOI .
Prom New York to Southampton or narre—Plot
Clahtn,llBo ; Second Oahln, $75.
Prom. Havre or Southampton to New Mork—First
Cella, 800 frau; Second Cabin, 500 francs,
kw freight or pump apply to
MOBTI3IBB LIVINGSTON, Agent,l Broadway.
WILLIAM Ismail, .6 Havre.
01108 KEY & 00., " Bouth , ton.
AItERIOAN NITROPNAN
34 XPRESS AN) .EXI I' Pada.
(MANOR 00. anti
PIIHE NEW YORK AND LIVERPOOL
UNITED STATES MAIL STRAMEII.3.—The Ships
composing this Line are
The ATLANTIC, Capt. Oliver Eldridge.
The BALTIC, Capt. Joseph Comstock.
. The ADWATIO, Oapt. James West.
..ghee° ships have La.:lnbuilt by contract, expressly for
tiornilment service; every oar, Ina been taken in their
oonetruetton, as itholn tholrouglnet, to ensure strength
and speed, and their innioutmodatiens for pueengera are
unequalled for eleganoe and comfort.
Price of passage from New York to Liverpool, in first
cabin, *180; In second do., $76; from Liverpool to New
York, SO and 20 guineas. No berths secured unless paid
for. The ships of this line have Improved water-tight
bulk heads.
PROPOSED DATES OP BAILING.
Pao* Env YOU. Yams LlysarooL.
' Saturday, June ID, 1867 Wednesday, June 24, 1867
.Saturday, July 4, 1867 Wednesday, July 8, 1807
Saurday,..luly, 18, 1857 Wednesday, July 22, 1867
Saturday, Aug., 1867 Wednesday, Aug. 8, 1867
Saturday ' Aug. 16 1 , 1867 Wednesday, Aug.l9, 1867
flaturday,Espt,l2, 1857 Wednesday,Sept. 2, 1867
Saturday, Sept. 20, 1857 Wednesday, Sept,Bo, 1857
Saturday, Oat. 10, 1867 Wednesday, Oot. 14, 1861
'Patuoisy, Oat. 24 1867 Wednesday, Oat. 26, 1857
; Saturday, Nov. 7, 1857 Wednesday, Nov, 11, 1867
Saturday, Nor. 21, 1857 Wednesday, Nov. 26, 1857
'Saturday, Des. 6, 1857 Wednesday, Dee. 0, 1867
Wednesday, Deo. 22, 1857
Yofd;r i tab itu t ole .
o .g o i tat
Ti?. 55 Well street, N. Y.
BROWN, SUIPLEY & bO., Liverpool.
STEPHEN !LSSARD & CO., 27 Audio Priers,
London.'
B. O. WAlltiflUOUT & CO., Parte.
The owners of these ships will not be accountable for
gold, silver, bullion, specie, Jewelry.pr ecloue atones or
metals, union Ulla of lading,• e c ned therefor, and
the value thereof expreased therein aul•tf
LUMBER 1 LIIMBER subscriber,
who hes for several years occupied the premises at
Moan's Planing Mill Kensington has removed to
COATES 'STREET , WliAltir, adjoining' the 'Plunnig
Planing 1.1111, on Delaware avenue, whore lie intends
keeping a largo assortment of Carolina and other floor
' leg booed, steps, rieers, shelving, ceiling, toning and
scaffold beards,' thoroughly 'seasoned an d well worked.
For sale at the lowest cash price', Purchasers are in
vited to oall and 'swami for themselves, tuze4 every ef
fort will be made to give 'satisfaction. Orderif received
and supplied at the shortest notice for ale kinds nd
sizes of Seethe= yellow Pine, Timber and Scantling..
8. 8. ItIORIE.
ONO, 'Pt:TAYLOR
HOMESTEAD FOR 42,001 LAND DIS
TBULITION I! MANOR YOR POOR MEN!!
. - .
The Northwestern Mutual Land Benefit Association
will make a grand distribution of $30,000 worth of real
'estate and mape to Ito member'. The number of moul
ders is limited to 15,000. $2.00 and five letter 'tempo
per membership, or 4 *hare. Any individual sending
$lO and the stamps,shall be entitled to six *hares; or
any person s e n ding 2lo with sit names with th caddies'
of each, carefully wrltten v ehall be entitled to Mx shares.
The following Is the real estate to be eistrlduted
No. 1. An Improved farm of 80 *ores in Cooke
Co., 1111nole, slued at $3,000
No, 2. An Improved farm of 160 sores in White.
aides Co., Illinois, valued at 8,000
No, 8. An improved farm of 180 acres In White.
Adel' Co., Illinois, valued at 8,000
N 0,4. Anexcellentprivalleresidenee inDribuque,
lowa, valued at 8,000
No. 6. 180 acres superior farm land in Cooke Co.,
Illinois, valued at 2,000
No, 0. 160 scree well pine timbered In Wanpacmi
Co., Winonahl, valued at 2,000
No. 7. A good lot and cottage residence In Chi
cago, Illinois, valued at 2,000
No. 8. 150 acres superior land in Whltesides Co.,
Iliinais valued at , 1.000
No. 9. 160 acres good land In Chippeway Co.,
Wisconsin, valued at 060
No.lo. 16a acres good land In Ohippeway Co.,
Wisconsin, valued at 000
No. 11. MO acres good land in Oldppeway Co.,
Wisconsin, valued at 800
No. 12 100aeree good land In Drum Co., Wis
consin. voided at 800
No.lB. 80 acres good land In Marshall CO., lowa,
valued at 600
No. 14. 80 sores good land in MarehallOo , lowa,
valued at 600
No, 15. 80 acres good land in Mandan CO., lowa,
vued at 600
No.lo. 40 scree good land in Marshall Co., lowa,
valued st ' 300
No. 17. 40 tares good land In Linn CO., lowa, yob
' tied at 800
No. 18. 40 scree gdod land in Linn Co., lowa, vel
tied at. 800
No.lo. 40 acres good land In Linn Co., lowa, val.
nal at 300
No. 20. One building lot in Dubuque, lowa, Tal
i ned at 000
N 0.21. One building lot in Sterling,
valued at 800
No. 22. One building lot in Sterling, Illinole,
No
St
No. 28. One building lot In Sterling, 111Inole, itoo
valued at 800
N 0.24. 40 sores farm land in Grant Co., %soon.
aln, valued at 800
No. 25. 40 acres farm land in Grant Co., Willem- • '
sin, valued at 1100
No. 26. 40 scree land in Grant Co , Wisconsin,
valued at 240
N 0.27. 40 gores land in Grant Co., Wiscomiln,
valued at 240
No. 28. 40 aores land In Crawford Co.,Wisconeln,
valued at 200
No. 29. 40 sores land In Crawford Co., Wisconsin,
valued at 200
No, 80. 40 acres land in Orawfordoo., Wlecomiln,
valued at 200
No. Bl. 40 sores land In Monroe Co., Wisconsin,
valued fit 260
No. 82. 40 MOS land in Monroe Co., Wisconsin,
valued at 250
No. 38. 40 acres land in Jackson Co., Wisconsin,
valued at 250
No. 84. 40 sores land in Joann Co., Wisconsin,
valued at 200
No. 35. 40 scree land In Bad Axe 00,, Whiconsin,
valued at 160
No. 80. 40 Wes land In Bad Axe Co., Wisconsin,
valued st 180
No, V. 40 acres land In Bad Axe Co., Whiconsla,
valued at DSO
No. 88. One lot in Fulton, Illinois, valued at 160
;No, 89. One lot In Fulton, Illinolo, valued at 190
No. 40. One lot In Balton, Illinois, valued at 100
The distribution will be conducted fairly and honor.
iably. The names and addrons of stockholders shall be
(written on as many small cash as they have adores,
,and the whole placed in a box, and the first name taken
:out shall be entitled to the improved farm No. 1, in the
`above list, and the next taken out will be entitled to
'No. 2, end so on until the 40 Items of real estate are all
!distributed Thee to each of the remaining 14,900
:stockholders will be sent a cheap map of a Western
'State or Territory A full account' of the distribution
will be forwarded in a printed circular, to each member
'of the Assoelation, with ttio names aad address of such
meTteceive the real eatate-to whom also the deeds
will be Bent and Immediate possession given. Each ap.i
Iplleation meet be accompanied with $2.00 and five letter
'lamo.. Address LINDELL, JONES do CO.,
au-13, Chicago,
S i ,
IK
i LOYER SEE—NOTIOE TO PENN
- BYLV4NrOtAIMIERB AND - 4TOR,BKBEPERS.
liOnndeielkneit ate ';inc wepoted to parehaiii tot
km `p_iiine ()lover tieed - ot the - new crop. Peowsylviuge
story it&irifid liirtnori t Ai esie ll ng eamplee 0 , 44
'iwirtr ii, etW; 1%41 'times, owertallittie price of blob
lweare,bbyteg, - Pardee Veiling sampl es, by whicji to
ilxi goverbeit lie to illtutltty; Otin have them sent • by mel t '
by addretleing de; 4 ' 4 J.ll CHASE & CO,
aulil•lf a North hoot, and 44 Water itreoti
ohippmg•
TO SOUTHAMPTON
neguitleeot isteamblp VAN•
,e, commander, 5,208 tone,
LINIIII 800111/INTOS
1857.
Arago, Wednesday, Aug. 20
Fulton, do. Bept.2s
Arago, do. Oct. 21
Patton, do. Nov. 18
Arago, do ; Dec. 10
1858.
do, Jan. 19
do. Yob, 10
do. Mar. 10
do. April 7
do. May 5
do, Juno 2
do. June 90
Lutubcr.
F OERING, FOX & CO.-
DBALORI3 IN
SOHUYLKILL AND LEHIGH. COAL,
Southwest corner of
RACE AND DttOAD,
nall-s in th it
KN OWLE S ' COAL DEPOT, NI — NTTI
and WILLOW —Tho Spring Mountain, Sugar
Loaf, and Hetzleton Lehigh Also, best Schuylkill
Cocci, for sain, Terms cash, oct23-11e*
2240 LBS. is A TON.—BUYERS
and consumers are invited to examine our
Mock of LOCUST MOUNTAIN and BLACK
IMAM COAL." Our Coal is selected expressly for
plumy uso; being carefully wearied, we will warrant It
free from slate uud duet. " hell 2240 lime," being
240 lbs. more' , thou sold by retail dealers, at "25 cents
less per too.' '
Also. ou baud a full supply of "BROAD TOP HIM
VINOUS COAL" for Bleam-smuoratlug,
and Rollin-WU purposes. Thin Coal cannot be ex
celled.
'Vaa la, BROAD and VINS-131g alga, "2240 LDS. IS
A 'VON. (ReS-atn] LEWISTON & OO
CCO AL! COAL 1 COAL !-TAGOAR
ORIXBRATED SPRING MOUNTAIN LRHIGII
COAL.
J. k R. OARTER'BOREENWOOD, TAMAQUA COAL
GEORGE W. SNYDER'S PINK EORESY 8011EYL
KILL COAL.
RANDALL & MEREDITH
fleas for sale, and are constantly receiving from
above celebrated Collieries,
COAL ON ALL SIZES.
There is no Coal milted anywhere, equal In quality
these and a trial will conviure any sue of their groat
superiority. Our Coal le very carefully screened at our
yards, and we will warrant it perfectly free from elate,
dust and all impurities. Our PRICES areaaLOW as the
VERY LOWEST.
Orders loft at our Me, No. HI 800 II .FRONT
fared, above Walnut.
Orders left at our Yard, OALLOWIIILL street, bele%
BROAD greet.
Orders left at our Wharf, WATER street, above OAL.
LOWIIILIt—or sent to either place per Despatch Post,
will receive prompt attention.
Purchasers for Family use will do well to call and ox.
&Min° our Opal before purchasing elsewhere. auddf
SCHUYLKILL AND LEHIGH COAL.—
I sin dolly receiving, at ray yard, the best quality o_
SOIMYLKILL AND LEIIIOII 00AL. My customers,
and all. others who may favor me with their orders, may
rely on getting Coal that will be satisfactory to them.
r No inferior Coal kept at this establishment to
offer it LOW Palatal.
ALEXANDER OONVERY,
N. Z. corner of Broad and Cherry Std
L.EHIGH AND SCHUYLKILL COAL.—
.a—it DALY, POUTER & 00. COAL DEALERS No.
e2l PRIME 4treet, above Eighth, keep conetantly on
hand at the very lowest rates, a full supply of Lehigh
and Schuylkill Coal. aul•fini
UMBER
AND COAL.-MONTGOISIERY
& NEALL having connected the Coal wits the
Lumber business, inform their friends that they have
made contracts for a supply of the best gttalittes of
Lehigh and Schuylkill Coal, and are now ready to re
ceive order°, Twelfth and Prime streets. Orders may
be left with Mr. S. NILPATRION, No. 13 S. FIFTH
street, or with Mr. IVII.I. D. NEALL, corner MD and
WATIIP, streets. aulB.3m
Druge alib ebemitale.
Ll RE DE 111 0 K BROWN,-CHEMIST
AND DRUGGIST, north-east, corner FIFTH and
OUESTNUT Streets, Philadelphia, solo litiumfactorer
of DROWN'S ESSENON OF JAMAICA GINGER,
which is recognised and prescribed by the Medical Fa
culty, add has become the Standard FAMILY BLEW
OINE of the United States.
. .
This Essence is a preparation of unusual excellence.
During the Summer months, no family or traveller
should be without it. In relaxation of the bowels, in
nausea, ' and particularly in BOA sickness, it is nu active
and safe as well as a plesaant and efficient remedy.
OAIITION.—Persons desiring an article that can be
Mind upon, prepared solely from pure JAMAICA GlN
lit, should Do particular to ask for Brown's Ea-
MUM of Jamaica Ginger," which ie warranted to be
What, it Is represented, and is prepared only by PREDE
RIM. BROWN, and for sale at hie Drug and Ohinffical
Store, north-east corner of FIFTH and GIIIISTNUT
Streets, Philadelphia ; and by all the respectable Drug
gists and Apothecaries lu the W. States. aul-Ma
Sire proof Zrtfeo.
SALAMANDER SAFES.
A large assortment of
EVANS h. WATSON'S
PHILADELPHIA MANUFACTURED
SALAMANDER SAFES,
VAULT DOOM,
For Banks and Stores.
BANK LOOKS,
Equal to any now In use.
IRON DOORS, SHUTTERS, An.
On u good tenon as any other establishrneot In the
United States, by
EVANS dt WATSON,
No. 26 South MIRTH Area,
Philadelphia.
PLEASE GIVE ITS A CALL. aulS•tf
,iritrnacce
IPOACGRRGOR 110 T-AIR FURNACES
Sold by CHADWICK & BRO., SECOND Street
find door above Race. angle-Soma
IMPORTANT IMPROVEMENT
NEW GAB CONSUMING FURNACE
CHILSON'S NEW CONE FURNWE,
after having been put to the meet severe tout, during
the two COLD VIINTIMO Of 1858 AND 1857, has proved to
be the moat powerful heater in the world, satins. from
X to X the fuel over any of the best fursaces now in nee.
MASS FURNACES ire conetruoted with a cast iron ash
pit, and • broad, shallow pan•shaped Bre pot, lined
with tire•brick or Iron stares. The fire pot is eurmount•
ed with
A SERIES OF CONES, oft TAPERING RADIATORS,
large and broad at their base, but tapering to email aper
tures at the top, and uniting with the dollar chamber,
through which the heat and smoke pass to the flue.
Tus waoLe products of combustion in the form of
smoke and 0.68118, aro suspended directly °yet the tire,
OonrDOID or compressed into the tapering Comae and
CONTINUALLY EXPOSIID to the direct action of the rays
of heat and light from the fire.
This' heat and light is brought to a'smoos f macs
Coal, not unlike the
OOLLROT lON Of THE SUN'S RAYS,
to a fool point through on ordinary lens, duping the
&MOIR AND Oillen to become intensely heated and tho
roughly CIONSOUND, by this operation the MUM! Add
00000 are MODS IiQUALLT AVAILABLII with the FOUL.
iessur for heating purposes, while, in other furoads,
It is ealteltD Orr AHD WAWritli ill TOO
• . .
Allparsgos desirous of obtaining the beet and
310 ST EOONOMIOAL HEATING APPARATUS,
should not fail to ciunine the New Ons 00I0113)1IN0
CONK Faience before pnrchaslog coy other. The at
tention et architects and builders le particularly to
quested. ARNOLD & WILSON,
(Successors to S. A. Ilarrison,)
No, 624 WALNUT Street,
aul-tf Opposite Independence Sneer
LOCAL FREIGIIT NOTICE—THE
RENNSTLYANIA RAILROAD COMPANY are
now prepared to receive and forwent FREIORT between
Philadelphia, Leneaater, and Columbia, at tho following
rates per hundred pounde
BETWEEN PHILA. AND COLUMBIA.
That Class. Second Clean. Third Clue. Fourth Clue.
22 eta. 18 eta 10 ctn. IS eta.
Flour, 18 eta. per barrel.
Pig metal, .10 ate. per 100 pounds.
11F.TIVIlEN PHILA. AND LANCASTER.
Find Close, Llecond Clan, Third 0111 U. /earth Olen.
23 eta. 17 eta. lb ets. 13 eta.
. .
Flour,
25 ets. per barrel.
Pig Metal, 10 eta. per 100 pounds.
ARTIOLIIB OF FIRST CLASS.
'looks, Fresh Fish,
Boots and Shoes, Nuts in Bags,
Cedar and Wooden Ware, Porter and Ale in bottles,
Dry Gads Poultry in coops,,
Alex Pork, (fresh.)
Furniture, Poultry, (dressed,)
Feathers, Wraping Paper.
AUTIOLBB OP 2eCLASS.
Apples, Molasses,
Cheese, Melons,
Moyer and Dram Seed, Oils In casks or Week],
Crockery, Paper in boxes,
Candles, Pasteboard,
Casks or Barrels, (empty,) Peaches, (dried,)
Groceries, Printing Parr,
Guns and Rifles, Paper ilanguigs,
Herring in boxes and kegs, Queenswaro,
Hardware, Sweet Potatoes,
Hops, Tobacco + hales,
Iron, hoop, band, or 'hoot, Tea,
Leather, Type,
Liquor in wood, Tallow,
Herb] e Slabs and Marble Turpentine, (optEl.o
Monuments, "Var pish.
ARTICLES OF cn CLASS.
Alcohol, Potatoes,
Coffee, Turnips,
Hides, (green,) 'Vinegar '
Lard, White Lead,
Oysters A Clams, ( in shell) Window (Mass,
Tobacco, (manufacturlid,)
ARTICLES OF 4ru CLASS.
Codfish, Rosin,
Cotton, Salt,
Fish, salted, Tobacco, (leaf,)
Grain of all kinds, Tin,
Nails and Spikes, Tar
Pitch, Whiskey,
Plaster.
U" For further information apply to
E. J. IiNESDEIt, Freight Agent, Phil a.
N. K. BOIOR, Freight Agent, Columbia.
sun] W. 11. MIthIRS, Freight Agent, Lancaster.
rIIIOIOE FARM LANDS FOR SALE.—
Iv TILE ILLINOIS OUNTRAL RAILROADOOMPANY
is now prepared to Nell about 1,600,000 acres of choice
Warming lands, in tracts of 40 acres and upwards, on
long credits, and at low rates of interest.
These lands were granted by the Dovornment to aid
in the construction of this Road, and are among the
richest and most fertile in the world. They extend
from North-East and North-West, through the middle
of the State ' to the extreme South, and include every
variety of climate and productions found between those
parallels of latitude, The Not thorn portion Is chiefly
prairie, interspersed with lino groves and in the middle
sod Southern sections timber predominates alternating
;with beautiful prairies and openings.
Thu climate is mere healthy, mild and equable, than
any other part of the country — the air is pure and bra
cing, while living streams and springs of excellent
water abound.
Bituminous Coal in extensively mined, and slippliel
cheap and (bearable feel, being furnished at many
'points at $2 to ti per ten—and wood eau be had at the
came rate per cord.
, -
Building Stone of excellent quality also abormilt,
which can be procured for little more than the expanse
of transportation.
The great fertility of these lands, which are a black
rich mould, Item two to five feet deep, end gently roll
Mg; their contiguity to this road, by which every Mel
lit y is furnished for travel and transportation to the
principal markets North, South, East, West, and the
economy with which they can be cultivated, render
them the moat valuable !avoid:tient that can be found,
And present the moat favorable opportunity for persona
of industrious habits and small means to acquire a com
fortable independence in a few years.
°Wrap Is now the greatest grain market in the world;
mail the facility and economy with which the products
of these lands can be transported to that market, make
them much more profitable, at the prices asked, thou
those mare remote at government Wes, as the addi
Cone coat of transportation to a perpetual tax on the
latter, which moat be borne by the producer, in the re.
duced price he receives for his grain,
The title la perfect—and when the final payments are
made, deeds are executed by the trustees appointed by
the State, and in whom the title is vestal, to the per
chasers, which convey to them absolute titles In fee elm.
ple, free and clear of every Ineumbrance, lien or wort
gaCe prices are from $6 to $3O: intereat only 8 pee et.
Twenty per ot. will be deducted from th e price for cask.
Them who purchase on loop credit, give notes payable
in Oro, three, four, five and siayears anecdote, and are
required to improve one-tenth annually for five years.
00 as to have one-half the land under cultivation at the
end of that time.
Competent surveyors will accom}any those who wieb
to examine these Lands, free of charge, and aid them in
making selections.
' The Laude remaining unsold are as rich and valuable
as those which have been disposed of.
SECTIONAL MAPS
. .
Will be sent to any one who will enclose fifty Cede in
postage stamps, and books or pamphlets containing nu
inertias instances of successful fanning, signed by to
spectable and well known farmers living In the neigh
borhood of the Railroad Lands, throughout the State--
also the cost of fencing, price of cattle, expense of har
vesting, threshing, etc.,—or any other information--
will be cheerfully given on application, eitherpersonally
or by letter, in English, French, or Gorman, addressed
to JOIIN WILSON.,
Land Commissioner of the Illinois Central R. It. 00.
11 Oaks in Illinois Oentral Railroad Depot, Chicago, Il
nois.
L'ILOORIN4 BOARDS-28,680 :feet Caro
BF , aooriog fteoltivrU
119 Nor* Water Otreet.4l
Oavings Inds.
QAPING FUND-FIVE PER CENT. IN
TEREST—NATIONAL SAFETY TRUST COM
PANY,--WALNUT STREET SOUTH-WEST CORNER
OF THIRD, PHILADELPHIA.
ISCORPOSATRD 00 TUB 81A111 Of SONNOTLYAIIio.
Money is received In any Bunt, large or small, and in
terest paid from the day of depoalt to the day of with
drawal.
The office le open every day from 0 o'clock in the
morning 1111 7 o'clock In the evening, and on Monday
and Thursday evenings till 9 o'clock.
LION. HENRY L. BENNER, President,
ROBERT SELFRIDGE, Vito President.
WK. J. BIND, Secretary.
DlBlOlOllB
Iron, Henry L. Benner, 0. Landreth eution,
'Edward L. Carter, F. Carroll Brewster,
Robert Selfridge, Joseph B. Barry,
Blunt K. Ashton, Henry L. Churchman,
Jamee B. Smith, Francis Lee.
-- • - • •
This Company confines its businesa entirely to the
receiving er money on interest. The Investments,
amounting to over
ONE MILLION AND A MALE OE DOLLARS,
are made in conformity with the provision+, of the
Charter, in REAL ESTATE MORTGAGES, GROUND
RENTS, and such first ohm securities as will always in
sure perfect security to the depositors and which can
not fail to give permanency and stability to this Insti
tution. aul-ly
Q,IX PENNY SAVINGS FUND, Corner of
FIFTH and WALNUT Streets. Open daily, from
9 to 3, and on Tuesday and /friday Evenings, until 8
o'clock. Large or small sumo received, and paid with
out name, with 17 PER CENT. INTEREST, by
check or otherwtse. .1011 N TIM - 1180N, Preet.
TlOl PIIOIDIITB
TILOS. T. TAKER, EDWIN M. LEW/B.
BIWA/TART AID TRIABOBOI2,
WM. T. ELBERT.
71001 . 628,
W¢l. 0. Ludwig,
D. 0. Levy,
Charles E. Le.;
A. Mickey , lsrael \V. Moris, Jr.,
Win. Neal,
Thos. Neilon,
Thomas B. Reed, M. D
dames Russell,
Thos. P. llparhswk,
Oscar Thompson,
Peter WlllJameon,
Lease 8. TUG/mut,
Charles T. Yerkas.
..uhu B. Austin,
John k. Addicke w
Solomon Alter,
M. W. Ba
William Clark,
Ephraim (Hark, Jr.,
(Mules 8. Caratairs,
Robert Clark,
A. J. Drexel,
Charloa Dot(lh,
Wm. B. Poster,
Benjamin aerhard,
John Jordan, Jr.,
Lewla Lewis, Jr.,
rjO. 83 (241) DOCK STREET.-FIVE
N PER CENT. STATE SAYINGS FUND.
O. 83 (241) DOCK STREET.- FIVE
NI PER CENT. STATE SAYINGS FUND.
IVO. 88 (241) DOCK STREET.- FIVE
./.1 PER CENT. STATE SAVINGS FUND.
N °. " (241) DOCK STREET.-FIVE
PER CENT. STATE SAVINGS FUND. stal.ly
filarbitterg anb .bran.
YAW= Y. XlintlOt. 7. TAIMAX MMKUOX
AMWAY R. 10111101 C.
SOUTHWARK -FOUNDRY, •
FIFTH AND WASHINGTON SMUTS,
• • POTLADELTEII.
MERRICK & SONS,
ENGINEERS AND DIAOGINISTS,
manufacture ugh and Low Pressure glom Enginee, for
Land, River, and Marine service.
Boilers, Gasometers, Tanks, Iron Beata, ho.,Out
ings of all kinds, either Iron or Brass
Iron frame roofs for Gas Works, Workshops, Railroad
Stations, A. a.
Retorts and Gas Machinery of the latest and moat
improved construction.
Every description of Plantation machinery, inch as
Sugar, Saw, and Grist Mills, Vacuum Pane, Open Steam
Trains, Detonators, 'Filters, Pumping Engine., ho,
Sole Agents for N. Billieus's Patent Sugar Boiling
Apparatus; Easenyth'e Patent Steam Kammer; J. P.
Ross' Patent Valve Motion for Blest Machinery and
Steam Pu.mps,
Superintendent—B. 11. BABTOL.
RICHARD NORRIS & SON, LOCOMO
1111 TIVE
STEAM ENGINE BUILDERS,
11111VXMVIIIATE STRXET, HAYILTON, TAISVIIIV MID
!?RING GARDEN STREETS,
VIILADELPILIA.
Segued exclusively In the manufacture of
LOCOMOTIVE STEAM ENGINES.
Manufacture to order Locomotivee of any arrange
ment, weight or capacity, for the use of Wood or Coke,
or Bituminous Coal is its crude elate, or
ANTMRAOITE COAL,
WITHOUT 1011TIlliQ 1110111, OAS 01 Will.
In design, material and workmanship, the Locomo
tives produced at those Works are equal to, and not ex
celled by any. The materials used in construction are
made on the spot, ant insure the beat quality and meet
reliable Mock. The large extent of Shops, and Corn.
piste Eguiprnent of Machinery and Tools, enable
them to execute the
BEST OF WORE WITH GREAT DESPATCH,
OP ANY ARRANoNNENT ENQUIRED.
(MILLED OAR WIIMELS, LIAAIURRED MELVA,
With Forginge of any site or form,
IRON AND BRASS CASTINGS,
And MACIIINR WORX generally.
RICHARD NoRRIN. HENRY LATIMER NORRIS.
sul-ly
PENN STEAM ENGINE AND BOIL
1 LB WORKS.
NEAFIE & CO.,
PRACTICAL AND TIIEORNTICAL DIMINRICRB,
MACLUNIST£I, nom:Ft-MAKERS, HU&
SMITHS AND POUNDERS.
. .
Raring for many years boon In successful operation,
and been exclusively engaged vu building and repairing
Marine and River Engines, high and low pressure, Iron
Boats, Water Tanks, Propellers, len., kc., reapectf ally
oiler their services to the public as being fully prepared
to contract for Engines of all sites, Marine, River, and
Stationary. Raving sots of patterns of different silos,
are prepared to exacta° orders with quick despatch.
Every description of Pattern-making made at the
shortest notice. High and Low Pressure, Flue, Tubu
lar and Cylinder Boilers, of the beet Pennsylvania char
coal iron. Forging* of all sizes and kinds; Iron and
Baum Castings of all descriptions; Roll Turning, Screw
Cutting, and all other work connoted with the above
business
Drawings and specifications for all work done at their
establishment free of charge, aad work guaranteed.
The subscribers have ample wharf dock room for re
palms of boat., whore they can lay In perfect safety, and
are provided with shears, block', falls, &a., &e., for
raining heavy or light weights.
Tlfollat3 REANEY,
.TACOB G. ?MAVIS,
JOHN P. LEVY,
snl-7 BBAOH and PALSOB fifteens, Kensington.
H ANDY & MORRIS
IIANUYACTURBREI OP
CUMBERLAND WROUGHT IRONTUBES
TOR GAB, STEAM OR WATER
ALIO,
URNERAL IRON COMMISSION MERCHrS
Warebouie S. X. corner FRONT sad WALNUT.
atil-3m
illebirints.
HELMBOLD'B GENUINE PREPARA
TION, Extract Dauhu, for all Memel of the Mul
der, Kidneys , Gravel, Dropsy, Norms and Debilitated
Sufferers.
HELMBOLD'a GENUINE PREPARA
TION, Plztrsot Buchu, remorse all the symptom,
amonc which will be found Indisposition to exertion,
Loss of Power, Loss of Memory, Difficulty of Breathing,
General Weakness. Horror of Thews, 'Weak Nerves,
Trembling, Dreadful Horror of Death, Night Sweats,
Cold Feet, Wakefulness, Dimness of Vision, Languor,
Universal Lassitude of the Muscular Olsten], often onor.
moue Appetite or Dyspeptic Hymptorus, Hot Hands,
Flushing's of the Body, Dryness of the Skin, PaiLkl
Countenance, Eruptions on the Face, Pains in the Back,
Heaviness of the Eye Lids, frequently Black firsts firing
before the Eyes, with temporary Suffusion, Loss of Sight.
If these aymptone are allowed to go on, s losh this me.
dleine invariably remove., goon follow Fatuity and Epi
leptics Fits.
IF YOU ARE SUFFERING WITH ANY
of the above distressing ailments, use HELM
BOLD'S PREPARATIONS. Try Them, and be convinced
4 Utah. efficacy.
HELIIBOLD'a GENUINE PREPARA
RATION, Extract Buchu,
" Give health and vigor to the frame,
And bloom to the pallid cheek V ,
And are so pleasant In their taste, that patients be
come fond of them,
LIELMBOLD'i GENUINE PREPABA
TION, Extract Ihmhu—See overwhelming eviden
ces which will be produced to show that they do great
L er I h t: i a n tl p. wh t lt on o hop a r il them with a trial. Evidence open
IIAB (LD e GENUI N E
P !
t:PTXrtra t Buei. Pr oeE p Bottle, o
Dosed
to any address. Depot, El Booth TENTH street,
Assembly Building, below CHESTNUT street, Philadel
phia.
Address letters, 11. T. lIPIMBOLD, 52 South TENTH
street, below CHESTNUT, Philadelphia.
Sold by Druggists and Dealer* everywhere. Beware
of Counterfeits. an7-Sm*
MARCHANT"
ORYSTALOGRAPHS,
OR PUOTOORAPIIIO MINIATURES IN OIL,
N. E. corner of EIGHTH and LOCUST..
The above pictures differ esientially from anything
ever before offered to the public. Their softness, and
truth of color and outline, extraordinary minuteness
and accuracy of detail, insure, of necessity, the greatest
fidelity of resemblance ; while the severity of the or
deal to which they are exposed in manipulation equally
settles the question of their permanence. These fade
enable the subscriber to offer them, with the greatest
satisfaction and confidence, to the public and to hie
friends.
They are secured by lettere patent to, and can be had
ONLY of X. D. MARCUANT.
Irjw Portraits of the cabinet, awl life else on canvas
as heretofore. le .18.3nt
1)IG L AMPS .-THE PUBLIC'S
respectfully Informed that 0111ces have been opened
by the District Superintendents of Public Lighting, at
Which citizens are requested to give Information respect
ing aceidente which may happen to the Public Lamps; or
Many failure in lighting or extinguishing them at the
(proper time; or II not properly cleaned and In good
lighting condition. The Books will be kept by Joseph
Bally ' No. 112 Queen street, Third Ward; Charles C arty,
No. 18 South Seventh street, Ninth Ward; Minim (S.
Kirk, No. MS Hutchinson street, Twentieth Ward M.
W. Dation, No. 2231 Coates .rest, Fifteenth Witrd;
'Thos. V. Dowlby, Gas Office, Twenty-Fourth Ward, (West
Philadelphia;) M. 11. M'Ffulden, Qas Office, Twenty-
Second Ward, (Gormantown;) Win. N. Market, Can
Office, Twenty-Third Ward arankford and at the
(Sal DOW in Seventh street, below Market.
By order of the Trustees of the Philadelphia Gas
Works. A. J. HITE,
Superintendent of Distribution.
pIITLADELPHIA TYPE FOUNDRY
N. W. Cor. THIRD and CHESNUT Sta.
- -
L. PELOUZE fc SON, thankful for the liberal pa-
tronage heretofore accorded to their Establishment,
and desirous to merit its continuance, would announce
to Printers and Publishers that their new SPEOIIIEN
1100 K is now ready, and from their kereased facilities,
are now prepared to furnish every thing necessary in a
Complete Printing Establishment, at the abortest no
tice. Their long practical experience in the business,
and the fact of their personal superintendence of the
manufacturing department, justifies them in asserting
that they can furnish a more durable and bettor fin
ished article than their cotemporaries.
Those, therefore, who desire Printing 'Materials,
'would do well to apply to them previous to purchasing
elsewhere.
OW type taken at 9 cents per pound, In exchange for
now at specimen prices.
11 E VANS,--10,000---PHISTE Et,' A
43, Card* prr Roar: a ss W
Tue.,. Oil vra.ors4Koked 1., Ike .b..a.. .. n . VD" - A
D P1X.4..1 4 .1.1A Pre.. Ulla I. 03,..
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Plats, CA sul nowt* D
:i cr ... , ore. o tu tl' , l i L l
.7,,._.rmar,..e.ip.rztarj.
Dig
Cm Library, V 0 UHT a 81C. below Chestnut.
CHEAP SUMMER PUBL.—GAS COKE,
of eseellen t quality, is sold at the PUILADELPILIA
GASWORKS for the reduced price of lire cents a bushel,
and may be obtained fa large or small quantity hy
ap
plying at the Gas 001ce, No. 20 South BURN=
Street.
To Purchasers by Wholesale, it le sold at the Works,
in First Ward, by the ton, at a price ecialcslent to An
thracite, a 162 60 per ton. •
(Signed) 7. 0. 0101ELSON, ihr t tikesl
Pam /ammo, wAsite, Aug, ,an22-tf
CO Qn ENGINE• AND EOTEL LAMP
vadotTor (itte4s) south
RWIITH, below ClMstaut stfeet, Ameotoe a meter
'of , GO Format', tO,itiir BOUTHE4ts, wurgali
'MERCHANTS, tar &Teo the tottFebienoe of Wink thole
old Carriage Lamps new illver•toppetl 'and bottomed,
and lent by Nom to all put', aalY 17
insurance Companies
HOWARD FIRE AND MARINE IN
-131/ RANCE COMPANY—Office No 412 WALNUT
Street, Philadelphia. The following statement of the
affairs of the company is putdished fn confocrottp with IS
provision of Its chsrter •
noxious BECIITED 1000 IT!GI!.,T I, 1314, TO ACGI'..,T
31, 1251.
Fire premiums
Marius premiums...
Perpetual premiums
i 55,725 SI
217.702
224 Ou
Total amount premiums taken
Earned Ore premium5..........25,072 96
Earned marine premiums 355.005 tV-150,073 .58
Deduct return premiums
Net named
Marine 'wens paid. 803,885 .5
Fits tosses paid.... 8,031 11
MEM
Sialvaire re.
Intereetre
ceired...4,351. 57
B. - Wier
IMICe
2,971 62 -2,083 06- 93,633 70
Expenses for commissions to
agents, abatements in lieu of
snip, salaries, office rent,
furnishing sate, books, sta
tionery, &c
Profit and loss
186ETS.
Cash oil hand ....... k 12 ,k10 o` , l.
131141 recelc.ble 110,207 02
Bondi and wort gsgea 164,000 (Y 4
Stocks ow WO 00
Stuck uutes 142,000 00
Duo by agouti and
others 22,312 03
$76 MS 84
DIRECTORS.
P. H. Potts, Win P Leech,
C. E. Spangler, • R. T. Newt!,
Abraham Rea. H. H. Hnustou,
Win. H. Mole, Joe. R. Withers,
Ileorge Howell, Abraham P. Eyre,
J. Edgar Thomson, W. Raiguel,
0. G. Bower, Charles F. Norton,
John W. Sexton, John II Lewars,
Harman Ilaupt, James E. Stiles.
Nathan It. Potts. II H. bliillingforl.
PERCIVAL H, POTTS, Preettlent
0. E. Srattatla, Vice President.
W. 11. WOODS. Secretary.
0e..t2 R. T. Kassa., Treasurer.
plat?, INSURIng.
SPRING GARDEN FIRE INSURANCE COM
PA'.
CAPITAL $120,000, PAID IN CAW,
AND SECURELY INVENTED,
OYPICE, N, W. CORNER OP SIXTH AND WOOD
_ .
„ . ..
STS., SPRING GARDENS.
°DARTER PERPETUAL.
LOSSES PROMPTLY PAID.
DIRECTORS.
John Sr. Doti Dort, Henry M. Phil. ir,
David Woeleper. Lewis fildrmaek
Benjamin Davis, John Landoll,
John Evans. Jr Charles Yield,
Arley IL Park, William E. Woo .
James Darnell; John D. Steve-rums,
Jacob S. Mintzos., Corwin Stoddard,'
Dairy Homer, Thos. D. Tillinghast,
George K. Childs.
- JOLIN H. DOLINERT, President.
L. 'NRI3III3IIAAR, Secretary. sant 21-1 y
- - -
NEPTUNE INSURANCE COMPANY.-
A OFFICE 414 WALNUT M. Franklin Buildings.
FIRE AND MARINA INS URANCE.
CAPITAL 8100,000, WITH PRIVILEGE To INCREASE
TO .500,440.
This Company Is now fully organ zed, and prepared to
make all kinds of Insurance against lon or damage by
Fire and Marine Perils at current rates.
CIFICEBS.
IL 0. LAUGHLIN, President.
RICHARD EGILELDO, Vise President.
CEO. SCOTT, BetralarT
DIREOToRS.
8.0. Laughlin,
1). bharwood,
Win. Osborne,
Richard Shialda,
T.B.Masse%
QUAKER CITY
_l_ COMPANY, Office No. 408 (late 92) WALNUT Bt.
Capital and Surplus, $260,000.
This Company continues to make Insurance against
losa or damage by lire and the Perils of the Sea, Inland
Navigation and Transportation, at current ratea.
OPFICEPS.
Pre/bleat-OEO. 11. JIART
Vice President—lS. P. 11088.
Secretary and. Treanuxer-11. R. COGGSILLL.
Assistant Secretary-8. 11. BUTLER.
ECTORB.
E. W. Bailey,
Charles (I.
Wm. D. Lewis, Jr.,
J. L. Poinoroy,
Andrew R. Chambers,
11. It Coggsball,
Samuel Jones, If. D.,
A. Y. Cheelbrougle.
George R. awl,
R. P. Ross,
A. 0. Cattail,
Joseph Edwards,
John 4. Dale,
Hon. Henry M. Puller,
Poster B. Perkins,
John H. (Members,
an 8-1 y
PHILADELPHIA FIRE AND LIFE IN
SURANOE COMPANY, Incorporated by the State
of Pennsylvania in ISM, are now established in the:r
NEW OFFICS, No, 03 CHESTNUT Street, where they
are prepared to make ALL KINDS OF INSURANCE,
from LOSS BY EIRE, on property of every description,
in Town or Country, including PUBLIC BUILDINGS,
DWELLINGS STORES, WAREHOUSES, FAOTOIIINS
and MANUFACTORIES, WORKSHOPS, VESSELS, Ike.
Also, MEROUANDIEN of all kinds STOOKS OF
GOODS, Stocks of COUNTRY STONES, Goods on
STORAGE or in BOND, STOCKS and TOOLS of AR
TIFICERS and MECHANICS; FURNITURE, JEW
ELRY, FIXTURES, &e., An., An., At., at moderate
rates of premium, and for any period of time.
This Company refer to their past career as an ample
guarantee for the PROMPT SETTLEMENT of all their
LOSSES. There are at this time no unsettled claims
agalnet them. ROBERT P. KING, Pris't.
M. W. BALDWIN, Vice Presq.
Pa/1018 BLAOIIIIIIIII, /bey. and-3m
LIFE INSURANCE AND TRUST COAL
NA PANT .—The PENN MUTUAL LIVE INSURANCE
COMPANY, Southeast Corner of TITIED and DOCK
Streets. Capital, $012,72 5 INSURES LIVES for abort tern, or for the whole
term of life—grants annuities and endowments—pur
ohnsee life on interests in Real Mate, sad nukes all
contracts depending on the contingencies of Life,
They set au Exoentora, Administrators, Assignees,
Truiteee slid Guardians.
MONEY RECEIVED ON DEPOSIT In any amount—
live Per Cent. Interest allowed from date of deposit,
payable back on demand without notice.
ASSETS OP TILE COMPANY, January let, Inf.
Loans of the State of Pennsylvania, Phila.
delphla City, Penn , * Railroad, Camden
and Amboy Railroad, and other Loans 3179,836 38
Bonds, Mortgages and Res/ Estate .. 117,137 19
Stocks on Bank., loannina*, Cu and Rail
road Companies
premium Notes and Loans on Collaterals
Cash in Bank, due from Agents, Inter
net, to
ennsinten Capitol, Onbooription Nolen...
5m,22.5 09
DANIEL L. MILLER, President.
SAMUEL R. SPOKEN, Ince Pres't.
Toss W. Hoaxes. Recretary. aul-17
ARCTIC FIRE INSURANCE COMPA
NY, NEW YORK.—Oelee No 29 Wall street, ad
joining the Ileeltaniest Bank--Cash Capital, $230,000,
with a surplus. This Company Insure Buildings, Mer
chandise, Furniture, Vessels in port and their Cargoes
and other property, against Loss or Damage by Fire and
the leaks or Inland Navigation.
DIAZOTORIit
Henry Grinnell, Joehtta L. Pope,
Caleb Barstow, Rufus R. °nem,
Henry 0. Brewer, Henry Davis,
Edmund Pantold, 0. H. Lilienthal,
Hanson K. Corning, Theo. Polhemns, Jr.
Ogden Haggerty, Elisha E. Morgan,
Timmy Monson, Abe,. R. Van Nest,
John Jr. Earle, William A. Cary,
Albert Ward, Thomas B. Nelson,
Charles Renton, James W. Phillips,
Louis Lora, Charles A. Macy,
lialliael 0. Glidden, Edward 'Blacken,
Steph. Cambreleug, Wm. R. Shepard,
Thomas Scott, Chorine L. Prost,
John Ward, Lotbrop L. Sturges,
Henry K. Bogert, William R. Fosdick,
Peter Eden, Emery Thayer,
Benjamin H. Yield, Geo. Westfeldt,
A. R. Prothlngham. Zabuon Taylor,
Thos. Y.Youngi, Henry E. Blossom.
Samuel L. Mitchell,
ALBERT WARD, President.
BliantD A. 0/ tiny, Secretary. an ln.ly
MANUFACTURERS' INS UR AN GE
COMPANY.--Oharter Perpetual. Granted by
the State of Pennsylvania. Capital, 5800,0119. Yire,
Marine, and Inland Transportation.
DIVICITORS
Aaron S. Lippincott, Charles Wise ,
Wm. A. Rhodes, Alfred Weeks,
Charles J. Yield, James P. Smyth,
Wm. H. Thomas, J. Rinaldo Sank,
Wm. Neal, John P: Simons,
AARON S. LIPPINCOTT, President.
Wld A. RHODES, Vico President.
ALFRED WEEKS, Secretary.
J. W. DIAUTIEN, Surveyor.
This Company was organised with a cub Papas!, and
the Directors have determined to adapt the business to
its available resources—to observe prudence in conduct
lug its affairs, with a prompt adjustment of losses.
Once No.lo Merchants' Radium Philadelphia.
aul-dly
rrith3IERCANTI
BANC% COMPANY 0
No. 2/3 WALNUT Street, o
RINE /USES on Vessels, C
LAND TRANSPOBTATIO
Canals, Boats and other ea
ALL THE PROFITS Mei
eared, and ample security i
Dila*
Edward Minis Miles,
John Id. Odenhelmer,
Mahlon lYilliamson t
Samuel J. Sharploss,
Isaac Jeanee,
Henry Preaut,
Edward G. James,
William. L. Springa,
Franklin C. Jones
Daniel Maddock, 4.,
William Taylor,
James Murphy,
Y. Smith,
A. J. Antal°,
Samuel L.
EDWARD H.
ALFRED VA:
Jour C. ENFPNR, Beare
E MUTUAL
PHILKDELPRIA..—OiIIes
.pposite the Exchange. MA
argoes, and Freights. IN
N RISKS, per Railroads,
rriages.
ided annnaily among the An
n Cane of low.
avoae.
Thomu T. Butcher,
Algernon E. Ashburner,
Alfred Bassitt,
Thomas B. Foster,
Gustavus English,
James H. Stroup,
Alfred Slade
A. G. Galls
Charles B. Oarstain,
Samuel Robinson,
John 0. Keller,
John P. Steiner,
Henry arambo,
Wm. J Caner,
'kraut:berg.
ERIS MMES, President.
ITT, Vice President.
CHARTER OAK ^
INSURANCE COMPA
I IRE AND MARINE
NY or HARTFORD, CONN.
Lomas to Philadelphia arid
iladelpAia Oj n.
Oaah Capital 4300,000. _
Vicinity adjusted at the Ph
By leave we refer to
I
D. S. Drown k Co. Phila. Hon. Joel Jones, Phila.
Ohaffees, Stout it Co., " Don. Rohm Choate, Roston
Hacker, Lea k Co., " Bon. R.B. Williams, Ilart'd
We have facilities (or p acing any amount of lust
ranee In the moat reliable Companlea.
PHILADELPHIA GENERAL INSURANCE
AGENCY, No. 413 (old No. 143) CHESTNUT ST.
TU3IIPSON in ROOD,
Agents.
Wants.
500 AGENTS WANTED.—A HOME
STEAD FOB slol—Third Dlvisiort.--$310,000
worth of Farms and building Lots, In the gold region
of Culpeper county, Virginia, to be divided amongst
10,200 aubacribers, on the 7th of December, 1851. Sub
scription% only ten dollars down, or fifteen dollen, one
half down, the rest on delivery of the deed. Nvery
eubacriber will get a Building Lot or a Farm, ranging in
value from $lO to $25,000. These farms and lota are
sold so cheap to induce settlements, a sufficient number
being reserved, the increase in the value of ranch will
compensate for the apparent low price now asked. Up
wards of 1950 lots and farms are already sold, and a
company Of settlers called the i'ltappnkannock Pioneer
Association , ' la now forming and will won commence a
settlement. Ample security will be given for the faith
ful performance of contracts and promises. Nearly
40,000 Scree of land In different parte of Virginia, now
at command, and will be sold to settlers at from $1 up to
Poo per acre. ihnlttitioitable fiat., toil/ 00 all cases
es giros*. Vlood.cutters, coopers, farmers, dr.c.., nee
wanted, and fi ve b,,,,g r .d Agents to obtain enbacnbere
to whom the moat liberal inducements will be given.
Fme agenta write that they are making $2OO per month.
or full particulars, subisuiptions, agencies, &0., 1 1P/9
to E. aLUDIR.
su24.tr Port RoYal, Carona, County, Va.
BALE ROPE.—BuPera are invited to oall
and o.llll2line oar Mantle, Bele Rope, w'hielk we can
can sell u low u American, end warren] It superior in
dreuth end
co., •
641 N 0.11114. Wider it. and %IC 'Murree,
11°WESTERN TRAVELLERS.
OPRING AND SUMMBR ARRANGEMENTS.
NORTHERN CENTRAL .RAILWAY.
TWO DAILY TRAINS FROM BALTIMORE TO
PITTSBURGH AND THE war.
On and after Jane Ist. 1857, TWO DAILY TRAINS
will leave Calvert Station for Pittsburgh and all West
ern and tooth or Northwestern cities.
THE MORNING MAIL TRAIN
Leaves Baltimore daily (Sunday excepted) at 8.15 d.
Id. connecting with the Ahul Train one, the Onset Penn
sylvania Railroad, sad arriving in ritutargh at I.D)
A. It.
THE APTERNOON REPRESS TRAIN
Le.r.,a Baltimore daily (Sunday except d) at 3 P. M
for Harrisburg.
Tile NIGHT EXPRWSS TRAIN
Leaven Baltimore EVERY NIGHT st 10 P. )1., eon
neetiug with the Lightning RE - rem over the Pennsyl
latlia Railroad for Pittsburgh, arriving at T. 20 P. IL
irr All these trains connect closely at Pittsburg
with trains over the Poisbarga, Fort Wayne and
Chicago RaiiiJoi, and its Northern, Southern and
Western connections
Paaaengera for Chicago, Rock Inland, Burling
ton, lows City, Milurnikre, Dubuque, St. Pail's, 3108
eon. and other leading cities in the Northwest, wills Isl.
one hundred miles of treed! and tus hours in i me, with
four lets changes of cars, by taking this route.
WY Passengers for Cleveland. Sandusky, Toledo, and
Detroit, go by this route, and the time is unequalled,
being 113 miles shorter than by any other mate.
117' Passengers for St. Louis, Indianapolis, Terre
Haute, Cairo. and all points on the Lower and Upper
Mississippi, make less changes of ears, and arrive in ad
vance of any other roots; and to Cincinnati, Coltuaboa,
Dayton, Loniarille, and other prominent cities, as quick
la by. say other route.
All Western Baggage CHECKED THRGEGII and
handled with care.
f3ai 741 43
1168,359 09
60,356 67
63 4G-144,253 27
$24,0,5 0
FOR THE NORTH.
The 3.15 A.M. connects closely with 7-twee' Trains
over the Dauphin road for Withamsport,
Rochester, Buffalo, Niagara Palls, and Canada, thus
forming the most direct railway route to Northwestern
Pennsylvania and Western New York. Passengers Witt
Stud this the shortest, cheapest, and most expeditious
route to Niagara Falls and Canada.
Through Tickets are issued to Philadelphia via Co
lumbia and Lancuter by all the trains at $3 each, each
train having ear, commotion". Passengers by this
route avoid tinselled bridges. and all the anconrenlence
of ferrying UV., the Susquehanna river.
Passengers for Barmy er, Manchester, Gettyaburg, Em
mittsburg, Carlisle, Chitribershurg, go by the trains at
3,15 A. M., and 3 P.M.
WESTMINSTER BRANCH.
The Can on this road make one trip per day, connect
ing with the train at 3 Y. M.
For THROLIGII TICKETS and further information,
apply at the Ticket Oilice, Calvert Station, N. B. corner
of Calvert and Yritadisi Uretta.
aep%-tf C. C. ADILEGN,
DENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD.-THE
GREAT CENTRAL RO'CTE, connecting the At
ludic Cities with Western, North-western, and South
western States, by a continuous Railway direst This
Road also connects at Pittsburgh with deity limo
steamers to all points on the Western Riven, and
Cleveland and Sandusky with Steamers to all porta on
the North-western Lakes; making the moat DIRECT,
CHEAPEST and RELIABLE ROUTE by which /night
can be forwarded to and from the GREAT WEST.
RATES BETWEEN PHILADELPHIA AND PITTS
BURGH.
FtaaT CLASOI—Boots, Shoes , Rite, sad
Caps, Boob, Dry Goole, (in boxes
bates and tronls), Drags, (In Doug
and hales) Feathers, Furs, &a Ito. er 1001)
81100.11/ Cues—Donmaitie EhNlting
Shirting and Ticking, (in origi n. [
bales), Drugs (in casks), Hardware,
Leather, (In rolls or boxes), Wool;
and Sheep Pelts, Eastward, &a. itc....60c. per 100 b.
TIMID 01-1.88-11Drilt, Steel, Chains
(In casks), Hemp, Baron and Pork;
Salted, (loom. or inserts), Tobaceo,
manufactured,(exeept Cigars or ant
&c., &a
.500, per 1001 b.
Woman CI-sae—Coffee, Fish, Bacon,
Beef, and Pork, (in cuts or boxes
esstward),LardandLarloll,Nails,
Sods Ash, Germain Oily, Tar, P nth,
Rosin, &a 40c. per HO lb
Roues-750. per bbl., until further notice.
prix--850. per 100 lbs., wall farther notice.
In shipping Goods from any point East of made!
phia, be psalm!. to stn[ package"ties Pesarytranns
Railroad." All Goods commie-sea to the agents of this
Road, at Philadelphia, or Pittsburgh, salt be forwarded
without detention.
o.porga Miwiter,
W. 0. Stotesbniy,
$l. M. CRlile,
0. C. butler,
Geo. &att.. janl9-y
1/amonv AGILSIII —Barth. Wormley & Co., klemphiS,
Tenn ; B. Y. Baas & Co., St. Loads Mo.; J. B. Mitchell
& Son Evansville, Ind.; Domeanil, Bell & Murdock,
and C a rpenter & Jewett, Louisville, Sy.; H. C. Mel
drum, Madison, Ind. ; Brown & and Irwin
.k Co., Cincinnati; N. W. Crabs= & Co., Co. , Zanesville,
Ohio; Leech & Co., No. 54 Kilby street, Breton; Leech
k Co, No. 2 Astor House, New Yerk, No. I William at.
and No. 8 Battery Place, New York; Z. J. Speeder,
Philadelphia ; Megrim & Koons, Baltimore; D. A.
Btewart, Pittsburgh.
NEW YORK LINES. THE CAMDEN
AND AMOY RAILROAD AND PHILADELPHIA
AND TRENTON RAILROAD COMPANY'S LINES.
PROM PHILADELPHIA TO NEW YORK, AND WA
Leave as follow, via Pais.
At IA. 11., from Kensington Depot, via Jersey
Oity,
At 6 A. M., via Camden and Jersey City, New Jer
sey Aceoremalstion
At 6 A. M., via Camden and Amboy, AmonLIN 41.
2
At 7 A. 11., via Camden and Jersey City, Morning
Mail 3
At ID A. M., by steamboat Trenton, via Isoony
and Jersey City, Morning B: rem 3
At 2 P. 31., via Camden and Amboy, C. and A.
press S
At 5 P. M. via Camden sod Jersey City, Evening
Mail 3
At 3 P. M., v 4 Camden and Amboy, Amommods.
tion, lit Class 2
At 3 P. 51., lid Camden and Amboy, Aceommodee
Con, 'ha Class. S
At 6 P. M ' Tia Camden and Amboy, Aceommoda.
tion, lit Class 2
At 6 I'. M., via Camden and Amboy, Amontancda.
lion, 2nd Class S
The 5 P. M. line rune dAtly, all others fittudays•
oepted.
Express Lines stop at the prinelpal stations only.
For Belvidere, Easton, Flemington, Ac., at 6 A.
and 4 P. M., from Walnut street wharf.
• • •
For Water Gap, Bitruudaborg,satoa, Wiltvgborre
Montrose, Great. Dead, de., M dd. M., via /Wawa
Lackawanos at Weatera Railroad.
Yor Freehold, at 6 A.M. and S P. M.
Tor Mount Italy at I A.. M. end Sx„ S and T. P. Y.
WAY LAI kl 3
Yoe &idol, Trenton, tea. at 2 and 4P. M.
WAY ILN
EiMisilsil==l
Steamboat RICHARD STOCKTON far BarKarla' and
Bristol at 8X d. 31 . and for Bordentown and totems.
date places at 22‘ P M
Steamboat TI 1 , for Tammy at 10 and 11% A.
1.1., find 4 P. 2d.. and ror Burlington and Bristol at 4 P.
di.
All line., except 1 A. If , leave Walnut [tree
wharf.
81, 729 98
193,692 01
frrNifty pounds of baggage only allowed each pas
senger. Passengers see prohibited from taking nay
thing as baggage but their wearing apparel. All big
gage over fifty pounds to be paid for extra. Tha Corn
purr limit their maponsibility for baggage to one dolaz
per pound, and will not be liable for Toy amount be
yond $lOO, except by special contrast...
88,780 47
100,00) 00
CHANGE OF 11012M5.-PHILADSL
PIIIA, WILMINGTON AND BALTLIIORR RAIL
ROAD.
On and after Thursday, July 24, 185 T.
PASSENOER TRAINS LEATH PHILADELPHIA
For Baltimore at 8 A. M., 1 P. M., (Express,) and
P.M.
For Wilmington at 8 A. Id., 1, 4.15 and 11 P. M.
/or New Castle at 8 A. M.,1 and 415 P. M.
For Middletown at 8 A. M. and 415 P. M.
For Dover at 8 A. M. and 4.15 P. M.
For Seaford at 8 A. M. and 4.15 P.M.
TRAINS FOR PHILADELPHIA
Leave Baltimore at 8.54, Express, II A. If., and 025
P. M.
Le.SYO Wilmington la 5 50 and 11.65 A. M., and 2 SS
and 9.55 Y.M.
LesTe New eagle at C.% and 11.86 A. M., and 9 OS
P.M.
Leave Middletown at 10 00 A.M. uid 306 P. M.
Leave Dover at 6.50 A. 31. and 7 P. M.
Leavo Seaford at 7.00 A. M. and 4.00 P. U.
TRAINS POD 1LALT131011E:
Leave Wilmington at 9.16 A. M., 2 P. M. and 1317
A. M.
SUNDAYS only at 11 P. M. from Philadelphia to
Baltimore.
do. do. 6.2 a P. N. from Baltimore to
Philadelphia.
BALTII4OIIII AND Malt& DR BRUIN AOCOILNO
DATION TRAIN
Leaves }lure de (trace at 810 A. M.
Leaves Baltimore at 4.00 P.
kreight Train, with Paaaeager Car attached, will run
u follows :
Leave Philadelphia for Perryville and intermediate
places at WOO P. IL
Leave Wilmington for do. do. 8.00 P. N.
Leave Wilmington for Philadelphia at 8.00 P. 11.
8. 11. FELTON, President.
SPRING ARRANGEMENT.-PENN
SYLVANIA CENTRAL RAILROAD.—Running
direct connection with the
PITTSBURGH, FORT WAYNE AND CHICAGO RAIL
~.__.
ROAD.
For thatianati, Bt. Louis , lowa City,
Louisville, New Orlans, Bt. Peals,
Indianapolis, Cleveland, Kansas,
Terre Haute, Chicago, Nehrasus.
In adviume of all other routes out of Philsdellthia.
Firming dere connection with at/ the Great Weal.
as Railroads.
_ -
Leave Philadelphia, for Pittsburgh and western cities,
from the Pennaitivania Railroad Passenger Station
south-east corner of ELEVENTH and MAT'S £T street",
(entrance on Eleventh street,) as follows :
Mail Train at 7—, A. M.
Fest Line at 12 35, P. M.
EXprees Mall at 11 40, Night.
Columbia R. E. Line loaves for Harrisburg at 30, P.
3d., Lancaster )Acconnuodation,) at 4 30, P. 31.
The }sprees Mail rung daily, the other trains, Sun
days excepted.
For farther particulars see hand-billg, at the different
starting-points. Paseengers from the West will End thin
the shortest and most expeditioua route to Philadelphia,
Lattimore, New York or 13oston.
THOMAS 3100E11, Agent
Passenger Line Pennsylvania Railroad Co.
Philadelphia, Febraary, 1115 T. aul-1y
•
NORT
PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD.
FAIL ARRANGEMENT.
102
BETHLEHEM, ALLENTOWN, MARCH CRONE, EAS
TON, DOYLESTON, AO.
On and atter Monday, October 5.1857, the trains on
this road will leave Philadelphia
For Bethlehem, (Express.) at 8 A. 31
For Bethlehem,laston, Allentown and Mauch Chunk,
(Express) at 2 15 P. M.
Passengers for Easton by 515 P. M. train take stages
at Iron Rill station.
For Doylestown, (Aceomroalationd at 5 P. M.
bar Gwynedd, do. at 9 A. M.
TRAINS FOR PHILADELPHIA.
Leave Bethelem (Fiprres.) at 0.15 A.M., and 2.45 P.
Id , connecting with L V. It R trains, and arrive in
Philadelphia at 1216 31 and 6 P. M.
Leave Doylestown, (Accommodation,) at 615 A M.
Leave Gwynedd, do. at 3 P. M.
Accommodation trains run daily; other trains daily,
Sundays excepted.
Yam to Boylnto*.
‘• Bethlehem
Pare to Mauch OhmAt
oct 5
LB. KITE & CO.
• YURIVITIIRkI, BEDDING, de.
No. 413 (labs LN) W/121131. it.
A new and superior style of Spring lied&Philadelplus.
Vrota B. 'Uri. Joatry Wattox
II AR PE'S MEN'S AND BOYS'
cumiNa, 148 North POURTII Btroet, bet - weal
Areh and Race.
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m ADAMS EXPRESS CO., OFFICE,
8N) CRE3TNET STREET, rennin!" panne,
PAOKAGES, lIERORANDIU, BM NOTES and
SPECIE, either by inr own LINES o r in connection
with other EXPRESS COUPAN/18, to all the prinsipil
TOWNS itui CITIES of As United States_ -
$. 3. SANDFORD
General Sooor!nten ,
dent.
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so 842 No. 98 11, War st., &99 21, name,
Aaiirtrabs.
H. H. HOITSTON,
General Freight Agent, Philadelphia.
11. J. LOMPARIPS,
Superintendent, Altoona,
WU. M. OATTMBIL, Agent
O. tr. A. R. R. CO
R. B. MORRELL, Agent
Phila.. Tr. R. B. Co
THROUGH TRAINS
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