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Os, eViNNiiiin LAKzo.
Ohlettei papers, of Saturday contain an,ae
-ount of a terrific ,gate and snow steno on Lakes
and. Superior ) on , Monday, the .lith, , hy
which tillage nuisilier of vessels were wrecked,
and more than twenty hues lesL The, rasa gittie
the following Sr:donut •
7,Aborit neon Of YeAerclay the wiener , Mei&
,in ; port frozn 'Big ...Point Siuble,bringing,
intelligence of the - wreak Of tlie Canadian
steamer - Reindeer ' ', about, eight north of
the.: Point.-1 -She' -also brought over Charles
Rowe; the„ mate pf,,,the schooner
oleo, lost - Conimenleated, to ' us tome of the
On 'Tttesday bat two men arrived
at Print sauble , alratet, naked; 40 Weir feet badly,'
fresen,Who,informed the people of the neighbor
hood that - they were firemen on-board of thelteln-•
deer, and:that they;were the sole survivors of the'
entire crew, she having been wreaked the -pre
vietis ev_ening. They stated that all day Monday
a limit tort& late - Warr from S. IV. S. suddenly
sitifting .to all points of 'the 'oonitniss, with', a tre
mendous sea running. jii) simper kept up pretty
well. all , ,the;:fOreneen, bdt - -lite afternoon she
idliPlontn bearYlea, whish.extingnished the.flret,
and the captain had no-recourse-left but to set
the helm op and Make for the beach:. - •
'Ter several hours in the evening, the hurricane
and; snow-storm increased in fury, and it.
terly impassible to see 'did° Any thing, Those on,.
hoard could only await with drialety the fate which
they knew awaited,them At length—ilentewheire
about midnight—the steamer struck, and almost
instantly the lei brokif over het; and Washed the
erholti.preW 7 into the iskei where' twenty-One 'of
theca' faraid'Waterrgratres" _The two' man who i
escaped Wele'llremen,* and , they state' that - ;they, '
are utteilyinuible ft relate how and in What Man
tier ,they were ;mad: ',The they , knew,
after she struck, wee when they : friend themselves
on) the rcioky , beach: s. -.Next day 'the - , steamer
was , nearly , . all broken to pieces, and -her Hu,
bete and 'corgi, ~were strewn along the shore for
.pio Reindeer Wei if tride4heel 'steelier, knoWn
Into twAora. rt. Polly4rig." She wee
owned by Holorimli Henderson, of MO/Areal,'
and- sailed from* this port onthe 16th inst., with
13,001Aushele wheat; sixty-one barrels tallow, and
some flour, for St. Joseph, where she was to
lake Ow some' flour, and then 'dirt for Kings
ton'.-- She bad a crew of twentrone, and two
passengers, The name of ' the eaptain 'was
George „Patterson, a Scotsman, who belonged to
.wa,s much; respected ,by all who
knew.hlut,',, The nests of, the ; steward
Kiinery,aniktitat.of the,parsek,Oliarlee Bradford:,
butAheeriere all the names Atineh au he obtained
of theragent otthersteemerat this wort. , -Shewu
eight or "Mil- yeati'old(and-was •valuest-:' at from
fifteen te tiventY thettand ••- ' The 'Argo' Was
oWnitd;liyllemitid . .Frere,•.bf Montreal,", 'Both
void:elideergo ,wertilrutured:, -- '
. The Atari deer, nes foitnerly'edlled the.Connerce:
Shelves run into and sunk intake Erie some eight
wears ago, when transporting some companies.. of
Itritish troops. A great -many Alves were lost in
that catastrophe. , • • - -
` The schooner Alwildari withal'. tett this port on
the 14th for DeattY Mills, near TWin rivers, sprung
a-leak during the gale on Monday last,,and'as' she
was fast fi lling with, Water; the Captain set sail for
the shore, winoli She „struck at Big Pettit Bauble on
Tuesday morning-, She immediately broke her
back and went to pieces. It'was with tome diffi
culty that the crew reached` the shore- in safety.
The steamer Lady Elgin arrived herti yestet day
noon 'frinti Superior. Captain Tompkins reports
that a terrific gale and snow storm also' prevailed
on Lake Superior on Monday last. He
m it into
Copper Harbor, where he found - several- vessels
windibound., . He also brought Abe •intelligence
that the Lake -Navigation Co.'s brig Stanart was
dismasted and sunk at Old Mulcinaw. - The Stan
tartieft this port lest week - with 3,300 , barrels of
beerfrotif Co: '
Th'fs propeller Vilioonsiii,,Oapt. Hickey, arrived
hire on ThuridaY evening' from Ogdensburgh.OA
Monday last.diethad.to put:into the Manitous,
where he' foundthe, propellers Racine and, May
flower.,-; Tire`-sall- -vessels - were thought to. have
Vie ashore at Glen'Herbbr, neatly 'opposite' Beath'
Manitou -IslOsid:' `TbOY:Were aerie fat sometime
attempting to make, the: harboviint erdisitu
peered, apd it is feared they were fast : '"
- The schooner L. Whitney -is reported lost on the
east shore of Lake bliohigan. No particulars.
Some fears are entertained regarding the pro
pellers Potomec"and lowa, which would have to
encounter the gale all' its fury on Lake Huron.
They left - the Minitons on Sunday evening.
The propeller Adriatic, Captain Lathrop, arrived
relesterday“, On_Mondayi with much difficulty,
0 made . .. Beaver luirborovhere she took refuge
till the faryfotthe- gale vomit:pent
MU 'meeting propeller Salvor, Copt-Harding,
arrived in port on Thursday evening, with the
, schooner Atetropolislu tow, whit she roamed from
B'elif,'on Like Heron. On' Monday
shiiWinteat in the'galeibut2sent under' St:Helena,
and iaffe fill'Afonday. •
The propeller BiadlifitY,'Aint.4iittett,:kreived,
in, ort yesterday. Lie WU on Lake Huron on Moil ,
day, Slut went MM.-Presque Isle.. The gale blew
from-the northwest, with a heavy snow stort.',
The gales on Lakes Erie,'Ontario; and Huron,
have been also very severe. - ' ' '
itte.fili"Ws Aftyalimos IN leBW„ItO114. •
(Prom tha Nair York papers sliest ironing.]
• Tait - WritaDinibw' Ontita Yon ME" MOIDDLIt
or' o,enarramiGnann-var."--In the mouth of Sep- .
teMb :185i, a young 'Cuban, named Frederick,
enhis entered tint sehoorof de grand - vat,
No. elledson" Terrace, Ifoboken r as. a boarding
scholar, :for the term expiring last April. • In
January, : however, he was dismissed or withdrew
from the seheol, in -consequenoe of A difilimity be-!
tweet him. and Omar de rand-val, s brother of
thoprlneipid: ", On the ; renins of July eighth, as
de Grand-val ;Was standing •sn', the lyard of Mg.'
Cilwirito's,"house. N., in,, Washington Terrace, con
versing, with "Miss • Chariot, Cue's", it is alloged, ,
came along ind stopped near the gate, and after de
Grandlal passb'd Out,-attacked him with-his cane.'
A-stinggle' ensued ; the two wore Atene 'time pros
trate in. the gutter'; - brit biter getting ,up',", the, as
salient 'drew a' pistol'end'eled' de Grand-val , Who
died in a few iseurefrons the effects of ,the shot.
throve' was soon after from,
at the ferry, was
kindietod for the murder, and. his , tiled commenced
iw the4indson county Oyer and Terminer yester
4 PiOtihotiii* thip „court was,
opened 'at a'quirter.past 'nine' o'clock this mein-.
ing, There was a ! large number of, spectators 'in
'attendance. Chaim neoupied a seal in the rear, of
his Osumi, and, although: be watehed_the pro-,
ciedings with. interest, • did not appear to feel at
all apprehensive in regarii to tho result. He le, a
handsome, slight-built ' , flung men, seventeen years
neatly dressed in a 'new 'Meek suit laid
ifileglores, 4 witiai smell regular featured, keen - black
,by- Eipanish.looking - eye-
Thelirst witness called was Frederick Peryllaid,
a schoolfellow of .young °neva, who testified that
'throe or four days after lea ving Mr. Do Grenval's
"sieheol,`Cuersehowed hint timstel; afterwards saw
tiafprictioeviith it at the Elysian Pieldii and are
it several ,times en, the Fourth of July • '
Miss l ebarles,- daughter of Mr. Edwin
MMUS, a, very - attractiv,e young lady, an' eye
witness of the homicide , was examined it Areat
length. , &agave a full account of a social party
at ler ) , fatheris: house f;ori •the fatal , evening.
There watt iietiversethip, 'nitisie, , and- dancing:
Young De Gravest joined with her And others in
singing at ,the pieno."',The• Mitsee Jeekyls, Mr.
And Mrs: Breadheed; Mr. - Haut, Mr. Andersen,
tend' Others were present:'When the party broke
sad the: others had' gone home witness stood
inside the front gate perhaps ten minutes, talking
;with De Gralival ; hersister was present. - While
they were standing there, some person rushed 'down
to Etat gate of
,Nr.,Totapitins'honse adjoining, and
stood a moment 'ender the,trees next to the fence:
Then he pas / *A ; spd„went by to Mt; BMiffield'S
fipll44,,Whatte ,fie:;eW . tiißed.,skiqdtag
. 90 the aide
,alk under a tree. Ai he went by, she Drina-
Awed havhi g seen him before, but mishit only knew
CHM by sight, she could net recognise him. Her
• aecoent Of the homicide was as follows: • '•
, Mr. Ile Granyalirent oat 'offthe gate and turned
letvii the street }awards When thisyettrig Min was
standing; as he pissed:by:l saw this , oueg man
• take hold of him, and commOnOe whipping him With
in the saufliethey stepped of the sidewalk ;
any sister went into the house and I went Mr
-wardcbsking lold - of one of thorn; at the .same
chilies to my father to come and help me;
`ikey than came on to the sidetralk Ind, bath fell,
'bob la/tautly tot' - 'this time ' Yeryi-
Jtild:omite Out of the house, eltd,,tui he poled by
me, said; separate them :quiettly,',' ,Be
- *Mat f erward - And 'Mkt' t "den't !",Be
-':.tried td - sinkritte them` and believed' he bad done,ey,; saw, thisloung•man fire-a pis.
tot 'toward; lie Gratiyal,"whe immediately fell ;'
tamed Arnold and saw thieve and Mr. Peullaid
going towards Air,Tompkins' house;. then T' went
into ear own gate and saw :ay sister, standing on
the Merl' =my mother weenoming towards metry•
high) get nie Wl' I told him I Mast call some ' one
Aldo* er be would die; then I wentto Mr:Broad.
head's house, I mat him coming out of the gate ;'
...bogged Mat to run for a doctor; whilohe was gone
latooped and took hold of De Granval'a hand ; Mr.
Tea:skins Oligle out and-told me te• be 'ettimi that
/ might rnlyon'his word- - as gentleman that be
would Attend to Wall !. at the. game • time' stoma.
frig .'doWit;:eAd 'plaiting up • something -. Upon' the
'Showed: it to me,' Mid ..I,"snw it
' 'WAS oldSh4llClittld fie would give that up as soon
~,as It rm xsmilyika.... ()Cate ' a crowd- bad b 7 that
titzie Coliecta some one from Mr. Tompkinshouse
waked if: 11Mfandlyitad_been sent-for- I said they
:betterltilithil oa th them AS quietly '
; "GAO eliiily , Were" tient - for; ' and. Mr..• °Mar
De,ciiwtwvol,fras their binaght. into their parlori• he
It tliftedt ea t Aly;',Alitlentou tq secrne home, which
When the pistol was fired Mr:. pa erenval was
• '- i finfing ithone northeast, jaini the young inatt Mood
almost hieing hint ;'IYe Granirld's face was timed
to,one side t-I stood about four, feet from ,each , of
• - the•pArties, lead they:Vriro - not eo , ' far apart; - saw
sym kribied uwverde pe oranyel when the
fatal ivai flied ; De Grenvid fell backwarde,ort the
sidewalk, hie feet qowards -our, .gate; • heard no
..: words between the -parties , before Caere made the.
"` -'• The iritneis Was"gneithided very Minutely lit re
epeet. to , the affrey, the relative'pesitiond of the
parties, go., th e' apparent Mapes, beieg,te drive
her iittoMintradietions. • • •
; :During the orotti-examination, 'Otieva'e teethes.
and two untie 'brothers same in. and were seated
near him. Maclaine Caere lattice-looking 'Omen,
WOO ; p'erhops a little - pest, -the ' prime' of life..
She *ea' nobly dreised, but the etpression'ot her
face, revealed, the, hbarhbreaking.anguish which
t` situ buddies: 'filibAlithietleilbse,as a statner Mat it
-woe evident that no word or„syilable,from the lips
of,pownsel . or witness eseaped betattontion.
The cross-examination oflitse Charles had not
tonaltided-When ear reporter loft,
---PaillnittittAntr'Paactlat:---A. - Wortity elergy.
man in this•eity, follewing the practice of his min
isterial:brethren, feceittlypreaehed a very earnest
Maim:into on the bard times, enforcing the duty of
retrenchMentjtig. et:Amory. Ithreediately,ldter
church ,the.cangregatiOn took lam at his word by
litddlnatt,roweting, at which his salary was out
&nen froinith,ooo.o4soo -(Everting Post. 4
• BAILINO• or visa ATLANTIO. — The steam
ship Atlantic, Captain Bldridge,havingtmdergerte
o'olook,' with the Unktedßfates mails whieh were
detained on -Saturday.
;At . • f •".
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T:llli4X, TAWN/404.10figW(.1CORIG; 1. 7
- , )"4 = ll ' 4 / 4 4","/ 80 . 420 r; /4 . •
klUbi Atttialklik -7° -r# a4rPtding ,
71140000ttn n tIoo
• I :=tt i bt " tad 'T i e te s i t
t i t i gklei t ";
41trialiit litvririom - of • the l lisok -Solon;
0bta1 1661140, r
061Tilible IWO arel4ol
every direction. " tia'n defehd tilein DO longer l"
I must eark7the banks are ruining the coun
try," .to; fa, the., 'are sayings heard at Minot ,
every Street' corner; and whijo 'I may regret the
verification Of My predietiono in a philanthro
pical sense, I must remark that I have foreseen a
peat deal , of what has happened, both as to the,
Mate of pall° feeling and the aotual consequences
of past events. I cannot see, any way out of the:
'trouble. It is clear there is no accord whatever
'between the banks themselves, even in their'
iniquitous contraction, and that they are severally,
mm strengthen t hemselves without' tiny rare- .
u to their collective advantage, modal!) loss to
the want* of the Public ; ' They occupy a position
in rebellion against the Constitution. They
:dietittip the people with quite as great
sorority and finality as If they exercised legiti
`widely iintooratio power, - and they neither offer
nor desire to offer any explanation of their eon-,
duct; nor do they hold out any promise of return
ing to the way of right, and an observance or their
,legal obligations. As I said to you yesterday, they
also prevent tho country banks from doing any
good by refusing to give them any implied or ex
press promise not to crowd them at any moment to
redeem their circulation. In every way and shape'
the banks here have been 'tyrannical and cruel
to the last extent, and there is no reason to hope.
that they contemplate any relaxation of their iron
rule. They had a meeting at the clearing house
this morning, at which the only ascertained remit
was the passage of a resolution for the continuance
for another month of the deposit certificates based
on State currency. There is an active demand
for Money in the street, notwithstanding the eon
tinned downpour of rain. Rates are still as un
;settled as a' weather-soak in a storm, and though
;some people, tired perhaps of the, monotony. of
accounts, report "a better feeling," I have
failed to perceive it. It must be fanciful, as what
,reason is there on any side for a better feeling ?'
The rumor of a speedy resumption of specie pay
ments is renewed to-day. All our sufferings are to
be made blessings if 'we will only have pa
tience 1 Foreign exchange is more active at hot
ter prices There, is; a wide difference between
first-class signatures and all others, and parties are
very cautions in thenames they purchase, but good
names are bought at.103--A No I. being sold at 106.
Domestic exchange is very hard, and causes
very serious' inoonyenioneo to those who 'have col
leotione to make and need the money. ,Gold is no
' longer at a premlumnt the bullion brokers. They
refuse to pay any, but they still demand it for the
sake of consistency. The Metropolitan Bank has
recommenced to name Its own notes to-day. The
cash transactions of the Sub-Treasury were as fol
lows : Receipts, $48,140.83; payments, $126,05.1.80:
The reeelpts'of 'the ,binitem • House for' ditties
were $37,00 .0
Messrs. Thenipien, .3i Go. quote Land
WerrantaP 9 t9l l 9ws:
160 75 ' 160 ' 65
Stooks were improved on the 'entire list this
morning at the 'first board, and closed rather dull
at the advance. ffew York s's of '5B went up to
9 4, a rise of ii Erie bonds of 'B3 advanced 1 ; Illi
nois Central bonds 8; do. stock 51; Now York
Central closed at 68; Erie at 106 ; Reading at 271;
and Pinanaa'at 68. At the second board there was
a alight falling off:and:the market closed heavy.
The orders for stocks said to be sent from England
are Pot' forthcoming. This is said to have do
pressed the Market: •.,' „
Mr. Adrian H. Muller sold to-day, at the Mer
chants' Exchange, 'for. account of whom it may
concern,'Ss7,ooo St. Ldnis °Minty, Missouri, 6 per
cent. bonds i payable January 1, 1679, 466 to 50; 5
Atria Empire City Fire Insurance Company. 93;
JOG Shares Corn Exchange Insurance CoMpany,
Mall° ; 28 shares—Homo Fire Insurance Com
pany, 106 ; 50 shares Continental Fire Insurance
Company, 8L • • •
NEW YORK MOH EXCHANGE SALES, October 27
VIR3T 'BOARD. „
Mateon f5B 'O4 15 Erie R " ' 'lO
9000 N T ovialoi 450 do 830 . 10,1(
2000 Indiana TO 100 do boo 10%
1600 , do - 70% 50 do b5O 10%
5000 Michigan 3We 80% 30 Iludeon'R P. 14
1000 Virginia 6 , 0 76 100 Ilarlom 11
2000 111eaouri 6e 68 SO XII dr, Hartford R 105
6000 ' 'do sex 37 New Jersey R 107
7000 do 07 20 Olv 007 &
1000 Lonialann . 6's 72 36 Panama R 68
IGO Beading B c2T
200 'do c 27X
75 do c 27X
1000 ' do nyi
5000 R Rdd MIAs la 50
7000 Ills Oen R lids 4 76
100 • do b 3 27%
12 , do, ' !15 27,1(
100 ' do • ' blld 27X
200 do stwk 27x
200 do ' 310 27X
16 Dlcla So &NIB, 8%
17 do 13x
6000 T'll . '& A1f,26.m 86
62 Bank of Ain 16
10 Marobanta Bnk 80'
80 Am Ex Blkk 60
160 Canton Co 14
iie/ /Jo o , 90
60 do' 0 91
100 do ,80 91
250 N Y COll RR sBO 82
1010 do 03 03
60 do 'b3 03
260 do 3 02%
60 dd 01.82%
60 do blO 03
61 bib Silt I le ett 20
60 11l Oen R 82
10 do ' 83
58 & Ohio It 03
200 Oler Ac Tel R s 3 2734
200 do ' a 3 27,3
280 do 810 21
100. 2 do
650 Ohio & R I R -
60 do 830 623
60 ~ do 1330„ 63
50 do, . 82,4'
200 do _ "
-1000 Missimrko , B 87 •
5000 , de ; *3O ,
.7000 do „ 67g
18000 N Y ?OS ea
6000 Tapn 8 , ,s log
2800111 Oen bde b ,
7000 Ohio dr, tbdo 88 -
120 Union, Book-,. - 80
15 Bank of 75
66 do 10
95 Mich Oen R 40
• 80 Rrlo Railroad log
579, do ; 10x
50 LaCrosso &Mil R 0
95 New York Oen R 63
-300. , do, DSO 03
298 do 43• • 623
100 , do • 410 62x
60 Panama 6n4
1001(6611 , b6O -16
60 Ohio & lA , . 61
100 Harlem R 7
10 Maroh,onto •Bask 80
13 Pactflo 51 813 Co 70%
15 do , , - 71
sooliadngan. e 3 21
24 do 71%
20146 & N Peet 20
.1 1 11 E MARKET-4suss are .steady, with sales,
Of 80 bble at Sr for ts and $0 8 56.12 1 for pearls:
- Ittiesn'sropri. - -The market for State and West
ern Sour was a Hula dull at the opening, but with a
falidemand frOm- the trade, and ,some inquiry, for
export ooneequent upon,a very alight concession
frombolders, there was more activity toward the
close; the salsa are 13;000 bbls at $4.60a54.70 for'
common to good State,
14.80a55 for extra State,
$41044.70 or ootemonto good Michigan; Indiana;
Ohio, lowa, do; and $4.75a55.50 for extra de.
Southern flourMdull: especially for the oomnicef
grades, With Wee 0f,1,400 bble. at 85.3045.50 for
mixed to good brands of Baltimore,Alexandria,
Georgetown, Fredericksburg, • ko.;: $5.60857 for
favorite, faney,, and extra brands do ; Richmond
country sold as high 'as 80.2.5.
'Canadian Flour is dull for extra (the only do-
Soription offering) and prices are a fraction easier,
with miles of 850.bbleat $5.05a56.75 for the range
of extra brands.- , • ,
Rye Flour is dull, with small sales at $3.25a
$4.50 - for the range of fine and superfine.
Corn Meal is inactive ; we quote Jersey at $3.25 ;
Wheat is active for shipment, and 'straight de
sirable lots are bringing full prioes ; the Ulu in
eludC 55 ,10 0 bushels Chicago spring ; 2,500 red In
diana at $1.14; 0;700 red North Carolina at $1.20;
$OO Southern white -at $1.321x81.35; 500 white
Southern at $1.55 ; , and 800 Milwaukeo club at
Rye is steady at 750:100, with sales of 500 bushels
Jersey at 750. '
Oats aro lower; and quoted at 33a380' for South
ern. 36a40Sfor Jersey, 42a45a for State, and 465480
Corn is firmer, there being no tow , in, and all
offering, about , 28,000 bushels, were taken at
8 8 / a B9ie for Western 'mixed, closing at the out
side rate ; 4,soo , bueheis Southern white sold at SO°
COTTON is still in a ctive and nominal.
PROYIBIONIC—Pork is irregular, but In favor of
buyers; the sales are 50 bids at $20.00e520.7.5
for mese, and $16.50410.75 for prime ;-other do
seriptlons are nominal. Dressed hogs are selling
at Man' Beet is dull and unsettled, with
sales of 1.50 Ulu at' $10a510.75 for new :Oben
try mess, $6,5047.25 for new country prime,
$10.60412 for 'repaelted Western, and .$13,60a
$14.50 for extra Western mess., Prime mess beef is
unaileableyinit some shipments are snaking from
lirst hands. Beef hams are dull; 40 bble.- State
sold At $l6. -Bacon is irregular and nominal ; small
- sales of smoked Weston -were made at 1.265100.
Cut meats are without quotations.' Lard is lititYY,
with sales of 160 his, and bbls. at 96a120.. Batter
is dull for all but prime. Choete it nominally the
Waterzy ititeavy; 250 bbla: 'mere sold' t 203 a
21a, oloatiq at tha Weide rate.
THE -MONEY NARKET.
P- 911141 141 11, f, October 27; 1857.
- There - are no ',hinges to record, either in the as
;poet of' the moue, market - or in the records
of the stook - sales, It is supp,oied, that-many who
would , otherwise continence operating with funds
they have hitherto hoarded are waiting' in armor,
tatuty as to the result of the news of the suspension
of the New York banks' upon the money markets
"abroad. It is very apparent that the London
bankers - hays no idea of the probable extent of the
trouble in the United States, and the orders sent
'tint for investment, at the 18W prices in American
securities may poduee trouble to the' senders
when the fail foreedf the storm breaki upon their
own Ames:. Privet', advisee represent, the English
banking houses in Nei York .cpr greatly embar
rassed, mid their correspondents abroad must dove
In their difficulties: The advlees friim Indla,how
ever, are far more favoiable than could reasonably
hat% heenesepeetedi . the sturdy reidstunee
aster there showing the virtue of the Beglish ohs:-
rooter most admliahly.'. We believe that the trou
ble will he, leas seyerely felt in England than on
the continent, where everything is ripe for a ge
,end trust that the Bank of Eng
huol will weather the storm without being forced
to suspend, though our hopes to that end are not
' Memirigled'witli matiy"doulits and foam: ' 1
The - , NeW York. hauls statement for . lad , week
Is tide unfavorable , whin alloWanoo Miriade for tho
Sores of the Grocer's bank, than is supposed, and
if 'we . fake iiite',cenSideration the tithottet of pater
the benki there must necessarily have refused to
renew to full, on'aecourit of the failure of ode or
other of the puttee Making Grit may be that It is
truer that they are doing all in their power to aid
in, the grand walk of bringing forward the, erupt , .
=-The fellowiag banks have increased their loans:
"erch "nu' 1
1 4 4 000 8 95 ° ,000
, p ,tr il e ct eb ta rdi t toi m .Brk ,
.1, 1 7 7 , , 000 0) .
Metal* • 8 0 80 , , r • ' si,ouut . 2 _
Ammicilo pubsugo Bank 127,000 190000
111 ° Ttr mil opo — likt . n . itank "• " /B,°°° 1 2,000
300 WO 70 , 000
Shoe sad Leather ' 14,000 ; tl
Oorn Xsehange . mime '
park Bank' • ' 48,000 100,000
Ii is , said that Oinainnati is' now the ,easteit
money jarketla,tho Union. The discount houses
14(4'64 are ansiOna te,take 'geed pspei titsir
tynat cases, but thittYtheicandoe Obtain, it, The
moneyveraters of Third street are overrun with
,antrweisid like te And 'Some 'pretltable
method 01'16o : stink it ; but theroannet • io.
-' -The-feet of the dace of Loser; money Market (says
the _Enquirer) at this time would seeds Lb be a.
atresigargomentegainst,tlte imaire,Lfor 'loll it is
wellAkwown,we ,are an d have been many Itiehtbe
*Shedd ' , any liankingt capital-0f whiob bitter
somplatothstahooninede z lif' the' nowipaper's and
by ouvL ottitens—While lather . prominenh.otties„
,!psis Atka feed the; pride
verytteenlie - '
-The, Bank of the State - of Missouri; the Mar._
6,ieetctef Baniti !and .60 -Soithern- BaPk , ' .01
ketilkigtlll ( 44otdlii tgileit" "quote '4lllB
Tag PnEgg. I 4IIII,ADELPHIiii VEDNHSDAt belYteg, ~ 2 8 4 '; Igsl.
4deohardos' Bank s re v Po r tad to hive continued to
pay specie yesterday.. ,
The following le the statement of the nliOdoislatid
banks, not including Providence, up to Pot. 19 :
Oircuiatiou 91,069,5 1 51 Los'm'o,B7l3oo
Depolita • 833,421 Specie 121,747
The Now Chicane bank abatement, for the week
'ending October 17, compares with that for: the week
,previetts as follows :
Loam. Specie. OirouPtn. Deposits.
Oot. 10 20,329,386 5,409,525 7,628,494 9,450,723
Oct. 17 .. .. 10,290,683 3,230,370 0,193460 7,444,142
1,038,803 2,179,165 1,832,025 '2,108,686
The following is the amount of coal transported
over the Lehigh Valley Railroad for the week
ending Oot. 24, 1857:
Tone. Cwt. Tone. Cwt. "Pone. Ont.
Spring M0untain,...1,492 16 99,103 16 100,696 12
'East Sugar Loaf 690 02 78,177 12 ,78,867 14
N. York & Lehigh—. 643 11 31,700 18 32,244 09
Council Ridge 1,148 08 65,174 00 60,332 08
fiery:an Penna.' „ 0,360 02 0,359 01
'Coleraine & tital7ord. 188 38,874 01 39,042 ,19
Dolbin & llehaven., 289 05 8,844 12 9,133 17
Ilaaleton 1,611 07 42,893 04 44,404 11
J. D. hiceroery & Co. 862 14 6,562 16 5,025 12
Total ....6,207 ,01 860,690 05 372,897 04
• The coal tonnage over the Lehigh Canal, for
the week ending Oct. 24, was as follows:
PROM ' FOR WICOL - TOTAL,
Mauch Chunk. Tone. Cwt. Tone.. Cwt.
&meal:dines 9,150 10 257,063 09
Tunnel No. 2 859 07 7,827 17
Room Run Mon 451 19 44,513 15
Bast Lehigh Mines .... .. 20,181 17
-- ^ -
9,082 02 329,301 18
A. LathrOp add others, Pea
and Dust Coal 161 03 3,008 11
East Much Chunk.
Spring Mountain Mines 1,299 03 31.247 06
East Sugar Loaf do. 012 15 21.244 01
Coleraine do. 152 12 40,972 10
Stafford do. olo 11
N. Y. and Lehigh Coal Co ... 207 14 25,670 05
Gorman Penn. Coal Co 309 06 7,627 05
South Spring Mountain Coal. 397 18 15,440 07
North Spring Mountain Coal.. 284 18 30,403 18
Beaver Meadow Co 3D6 09 3,239 00
Hazleton Coal Co
Mt. Pleasant Coal
1 414 08 77,781 01
1,688 11 57,077 01
1,278 09 24,890 15
1,179 00 30, 3
70 0 022
650 09 7,983 14
Buck Mountain Coal C 0.... 2,263 06 60,802 19
Wilkeabarre Coal Co.
Wyoming Cool Co..
itar,tforyi Coal C 0,,.
740 12 1,658 12
22,404 16 777,051 19
For the week.,
Per last report
' Total " 38,258,544
PHILADELPHIA STOOK EX.OIIANGE SALES,
October 27, 1357,
Reported by R. Nanly, Jr., Stook Broker, No
898 Walnut street
3 Boav Mead E.... 45
6 do 45
12 Soh Nay pr f....13X
3 Osua & Am R.. .,83
5 do 5.83
3 do 65.82%
3 do 65,82 g
300 City 6e ...... ....79}j
500 do 79N
800 do ....4 dy5.7934
300 do New.B9
200 , do New.B9
1,000 Reeding It 6s '7O 62%
1,000 Penns be 80
1,000 Wilmingtonß 01,60 60 Erie IL— eash.lo „(
2,000 do 100 Reading R 14X
400 City ROs 70)0 I 000 City Os 79X
100 do 70% 4000 Bch NavOs ) 82 b 5 51
1,000 Penna be 80 25 Cam & Am 1L...82X
1,000 do '54 80, 15 do 65.82 N
1,000 Pesos Coup 09-83%
6 Beti N►v pref....l3M
7 Penn► P... 0&P.34
34 Harrisburg R ...45M
7 do 45M
1,000 Cam dc km 11,6%
500 city asiOs..old.9o
1,800 Penns 6e 80
1 608 N Pa R 138..55w0.d5N
Plalladol ~79 793 w
N0w....8934 893 i
Petingylv 6'9....7934 80
Reading A ug 143(
de Bonds '7O 62g
do Id 0'8,'44 70
Perms RR . 80 8434
Monis Card 00030 80
Schu N 6e 82,•...61 62
" stook. 1% 834
Ple NOs 1 82 prof 13X 14
Wumpl ts Elm It—
de lat meal's— tag
do do 2dm 60
Long Island.... TX 8
Vicksburg 6 7
Girard 8ank,....6X 7
Leblgh M 0..... X 1)(
Union Canal 3 4
Oatawless R 8...8 8
PHILADSmtu, Oct. 21*EvenIng.—There has been
some little European demand for Flour sites our last no
tice, and 1600 bbla extra have been taken for shipment
at $5.30n51.60 for common and good and $0 bbl. for
choice Western; the inquiry being altogether of this
description, makes standard brands dull and prices un
changed, quotation, ranging at $5.25a55.37% for com
mon and good shipping brands, which are not very plen
ty at the former figures., The retailers and bakers aro
buying to supply their wants from $5.25 up to $7.25 41 ,
bbl. for common to good brands, extra and fancy family
flour according to brand and quality. Bye dour is
scarce and wanted at $4.25 bbl. Corn meal is dull at
$3.00 ap bbl., the latter for Pennsylvania meal. Wheats
are hardly ao firm, and sales of 07,000 bus. are reported
at $1 24e1.55 for red and $1.35e1.58 for good and prime
Southern and Western white. Corn is unsettled and
lower, with Sale* °Vold yellow at 72876 c, but buyers
now refuse to pay thane rates. Cats are also dull and
loirer, with small sales of Delaware at 32c, bat these
~, ; ice aro now hardly obtainable. Rye la in fair request
et 75c for Southern and 75e Pennsylvania. Bark Is un
changed, and to steady demand at $5O for drat quality
Quercitron. Cotton la very quiet, and the prices about
the game as last ,quoted. Groceries, not more doing,
except in sugars, which are held with much finances.
Prorisions aro dull, and buyers holding off for lower
prices. Suede are quiet, but without change In prime
Whisky is selling at mg esx2do for bbl,, and 210 for hhds*
716061RT8 . 01 , FLOUR iND GRAIN AT TIDE WATRR.—The
Albany papers of the 24th publieb the following elate
meet of the quantity of flour, wheat, corn, and barley,
loft at tide-water during the third week In October,
In the years 1858 and 1857 :
Flour, bbl. Wheat, be. Corn, bu. Barley, bu.
1858 •48.781 812,001 451,708 162,422
1857 50,718 208,616 217,448 67,199
increase, 1,9T7 Deo. 400,085 Dee. 224,200 Dec. 86,222.
- The aggregate quantity of the same articles left at
tide water from the commencement of navigation to the
221 of October, inclusive, during the years 1850 and
1867, is ns follows :
Flour, LW. Wheat, hu, Corn, hu. Hoer, bn.
1856 741,176 6,802,717 8,860,318 1,101,508
1867 614,280 2,884,520 6,041,109 709,773
223,800 • 4,018,197 8,803,209 392185
Reamlog the wheat to floor; the detlctency la equal to
1,210,635 tibia. 000 r.
.PELLLADELPHIL BOARD OB =ADM.
WII. C. MINT,
A. T. Booxbroa, (Oomit(rres or roe MONT)/
At the Merchants' Bev/gangs, PhGeds/phia,
'Ship Josepti Jones, Mowers Ban Tranetsco, soon
Brig Oregon, (Br) Green.... ...... Port an Prince, soon
SAILING OF THE OCEAN STEAMERS.
FROM TILE 'UNITED STATES.
Asia .New York Liverpool Oct 28
Edinburg ..... ...Now York Glasgow Oct 31
Poruosia New York ,Ilamburg ....... ....Nov 1
lsuropa Boston Liverpool ' Nov 4
Baltic ....... ....New York Liverpool Nov 7
Penis New York Liverpool Nov 11
Arago ....... ....New York Havre Nov 14
Oana4a ....New York Liverpool Nov 18
Arabia' New York Liverpool Nov 25
New York Oct 1
Portland, Oco Oct 8
New York Oct 17
New York • Oct 20
Boston Oct 24
New York Oct 31
New York Oct 31
New York Nov 1
New York Nov 11
Persia ....... ....Liverpool
!Wardle ..... ....Liverpool
DIOVEDINNTS OF HAVANA SITAMERB
. . .
Puitanatiail—From New York 2d, arriving at Ha
vans Bth, and New Orleans 11th. 'from New Orleans
20th; Havana 234 arriving at New York 28th.
QUAKER OlTY—fromNew York 7th of each month,
arriving at Havana 12th, and Mobile lath. From Mo
bile 224; Havana 24th; arriving at New York 28th.
OARAWBA—Prom New York 12th, arriving at Havana
17th. and New Orleans 19th. From New Orleans 27th,
Havana 29th, arriving at New,York 34.
EXPIRE Oirr—Frou, New York 17th, arriving at Ha
vana 230, and Now Orleatia 28th. From New Orleans
bth; Havana Btb; arriving at New York 13th •
liusok Wsaittou-From New York 27tb, arriving at
Havana let and New Orleans Bd. From New Orleaue
12th, Havana 14th, due at New York 18th.
issasc—Froui Charleston 19th and 4tb, due at Ha
tram 23d and 7th. From Havana 10th and 25th, due at
New York lath and Slat.
The California mall eteamern Ball from New York on
the 6th and With of est& month.
PORT OP PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 28, MT.
6 46-611341 OMB
Barque Belle, Ryder, 7 days from Boston, with mdse
to Twelle, 4aekill & Galvin,
Behr Ohm Atkineon, Atkins, 1 day from Milton, with
Maher to T W Parker,
Bahr South Wind, Marshall, 3 days from Baltimore,
with wheat to Jae Barrett & Son.
Bohr Experiment, Bestow, B days from Chesapeake
City, with Ong to Jae Barrett & Bon,
Bohr Trances Elmore, Smith, from New York. •
Steamship Pennsylvania Teal Richmond, Thomas
Brig Aleala; D ouglau, Portland, 0 A Heeksher.
' ' Stilt Mansanilla, Dunning, do do
Bohr Silver Magnet, Perry, Boston, Noble, Hammett
Bohr Convert, Snowman, Boston, Reppller &
Sake Telegraph, Roath, Norwich, Tyler, Stone & Co.
fichr Francis Flamm Smith New York, Tyler, Stone
& Co. • ,
Bchr Adelaide, Clark, Providence, 0 Miller & Co.
Bohr Richard Yana, Prink, Providence, Dlskiston,
Vox & Co.
Bohr Sea Ranger, Chapman, New Bedford, do.
Btr R L Dew, Iler, Baltimore, A Droves, Jr.
. VIT VILEORAPH..I
(eorrespondeoce of The Prem.)
New Yoe'. Oct 27
. .. ,
• Arrivod ablp Abner Stetnon, from Liverpool. Below
barque Peabody and brig Daniel Webster from Malaga,
DuralLO, Oct. It.
The brig Btandsrd, from Chicago, bound to this port,
with. 2,400 barrels of beef, is mbar° at Mackinac.
00flospoodeuee of the Philadelphia N 1014148.
CAPE ISLAND, Oat. 27, 445 P M.
The ship Wm Cummings, for Callao, is et anchor off
the Buoy,on the Brown; • barque and two brigs went to
sea to=day. Notliing soon inward bound. The storm
from N.W still prevails. -
Yours, Is., THOS. B. lIIIGUES.
Correspondence of the Philadelphia Exchange.
LEWES. Del.. Oet. 20, 8 A BL
4 . : A strong gale of wind from WNW, accompanied with
rein, prevailed last night, and•ahough the rain has
ceased, the gale continues without abatement. The
Semi v m g l owes am O r Kl l E U n gih ehar bsrb:r eßrigs
e s ad
Itedington, Oonnecticut, Matagorda, Theresa 0,
f i e o Itlmighsan, from Charleston. and a few others,
, Yours - ts,o ) WM. M. num.m.l44.
atearoshlp Bity.of kicks:load, Mitchell, hence at Rich
mood, 234 ,
St e a mshipAtlantic,Eldridge, for Liverpool, sailed
from New York yesterday. „ • •
. Steamship Black Warrior, Smith, - for Mama and
'Neer Whams, cleated New . York; yesterdaY.
Stesionikip , Granora,_ Grime, for Havana road New
York, cleared at New Orle&tul,l9th inet.
Steamship Asia, Lott, cleared at New York yesterday
Peabody, front New York, antt•
Itlwrf Orleans, 24th hut,
Ship Eliza and Ella, Lint, for Honolulu, cleared at
Boston, 20th last.
Ship Noemie, ~yobsison, from Boston, arrived at
Oharieston, 24th inst.
Ship Clanton, from Amsterdam for Brunswidk, oa.,
was spoken off St. Simons Bar 224 lost, 65 days out, '
Ship John Patte', Patton, hones at Savannah, 234
Barque Morioka, (new, 482 tons) Hammond, !leered
at Boston 20th lot for London,
Borgne John I Palmer, Turner, from Richmond for
Venice, in Hampton Roads 234 inst.
Brig Raloolah, Patterson, hence at Angostura, Sept
7, and woo loading on 24th, to return.
Brig Alexander Milliken, WM, hence at Charleston,
Behr 0 Shair. Shaw, hence at Savannah, 224 inst.
Behr Abbey 'Whitman, Clifford, hewn) at Charleston,
Behr John Harris, Oipt Robert L Robbins, hence for
Roston, with a cargo of coal; on the 2lst lust durtog ►
heavy gale from the North, lost sal is and sprung a leak,
and being In a sinking condition, the captain aul fire
men sbondimed the rebel and were taken on board the
barque Emily Titylor, bound from New York to Cott'
On the 23d, lot 90 30; lon 70, wore transferred to the
brig Oen Williams; from Malaga for New York, which
arrived at the latter port yesterday.
Behr J 0 Brooks, Eireltion, hence at Portland, 25th
Behr Saxon, Randall, honco for Ellsworth, Me. In the
Roads, Portland, 25th Inst.
Bohr Sarah Lavinia, Ranson, hence at Providence,
• • •
Schra Firm, Jeffries, and Ply, Chessman% sailed from
Providence 26dh Mat, for this port.
Bohr Mary H Batiks, Banks, at Savannah 224 Met,
Behr Mary Pletcher, Crosby, for Philadelphia, sailed
from Eastport 21st inst.
Behr Addison Child, Bell, cleared at Boston 26th lost
for Rio do Janeiro.
Behr Virginia, "Ilene, cleared at Savannah 24th Ina!
Schr Harriet, at Portland 24th lest, from liay St Law
ranee, was run Into off Seal Island (no date) by an un
known steamship, carrying away jibboom, and stove
starboard bulwarks. The steamer lay by au hour and a
half, and then proceeded on hor couree, taking with her
two of the Ilarnot , s crew, who had got on board while
Captain Hoyt, who acted last year as the agent of
the New York Underwriters at Nassau, N P, has gone
back there this year with a fast yowl and other ap
pliances for the aid of vessels in distress, furnished
through& union of Philadelphia, Now York, and Boston
Ship Patrick Henry, Gifford, at New York 20th•inst.,
from London, reports September 2S, while reefing the
foretopsail, James Murray, seaman, of Liverpool, fell
from the yard on deck and was killed. Sept 30, Ist 40
16, lon 24 12, fell in with the wreck of Br barque Athe
nian, Captain Stephenson, of South Stickle, from Que
bec with a cargo of lumber, bound to South Shields,
waterlogged and disabled. Took from her Captain 13,
his mate, and 15 seamen, and brought them to this
port. The Athenian had experienced very heavy wea
ther, and sprung a leak, so that the pumps would not
free her by constant pumping, from the effects of which
the crow were entirely exhausted. Captain S wishes to
express his sincere thanks to Captain Gifford, of the
Patrick Henry, for his kindness and attention to him
self and crew while on board his vessel The Pll ban
experienced heavy westerly gales the entire passage.
Had one death on board during the voyage.
Barque John Swasey, from the Coast of Africa for
Salem before reported wrecked at Nantucket, line been
entirely discharged, and will be sold as she now lies, al/
hopes of getting her off having been abandoned.. The
palm oil, 61,800 gallons, (valued at $43,000) lies upon
the beach in excellent condition.
NOTICE TO MARINERS
Lighthourer on Florida Reel—Change of Caryefort
Reef Light from a Fixed to a Revolving Light—New
Lighthouse og Dry Bank.—Dry Bank Lighthouse.—The
new Lighthouse near Coffin's Patches, off Dry Bank, on
Florida Reef, to now approaching completion, and a
light will be exhibited therefrom, on or about the 28th
of March next, 1868. This structure is on Sombrero
Shoal, near Sombrero Rey. It is an open frame work
of iron, built ou iroh piles. The roof of the keeper's
dwelling is 49 feet above the water. Prom the top of
the dwelling, and within the frame work, a cylinder 7
feet In diameter, rime to the height of 82 feet This is
surmounted by the watch room and lantern, 12 feet in
diametei, and 25 feet high. The whole structure will
be 134 leot high, and will be pointed red.
The illuminating apparatus will be dioptric, of the
first order of Freanel, lamming a 0 sod white light, and
illuminating the entire horizon.
The focal plane will be 141 feet above the mean sea
level, and the light should be seen, under ordinary ; dr
cunistances, from the deck of a vessel 15 feet above the
water, a distance of 19 nautical miles.
The position of the light as deduced from the Coast
Latitude 24 dog 37 min 36 am North.
Longitude 81 slog 00 min 43 sec West of Greenwich.
Simultaneously with the first exhibition of the light
off Dry Dank, Comfort Reef Light, which Is now fixed.
will be changed to a revolving light of the first order of
Fresno', showing e bright flash once in every thirty
Mariners are particularly cautioned not to mistake
one of these lights for the other after the exhibition of
the now light and the change of the Caryafort light from
a tined to a revolving light.
The height of the focal piano at Caryafort Reef light
house la 106 feet above the mean level of the sea, and
should be visible under ordinary circumstances of the
atmosphere, from the deck of a vessel 15 feet above the
water, about 18 nautical miles.
The approximate position iv—
Latitude 25 deg 13 min 10 sec North.
Longitude 80 deg 12 mint; see Wext or areeuwich.
Due politick pollee will be giveu iu (armee or the et
act time of the propored ebangen.
By order of the Lighthouse Dosed. .
W. It REYNOLDS,
Captain Corps Topographical Engineers
Philadelphia, Oct. 19, 1857
EASTPORT, Oct 19th—Rld ochre Ottawa, Seaman, and
Isaac, 0 Hertz, Spotrord, Richmond.
21st, old barque Triton, Cousins, (from Calais) Barbs
NEWPORT, Oct 23d—Ar brig Martha Rill, Dunning,
Belfast for Pensacola; achra Mary Wise, Roll, Rockland
for Attakapas; A 11 Yolla, Shepherd, Rockport for a
24M, to port 8 A 81, the above; brig John Pierce;
tars Charles, of Bangor, and Mari E Pearson, of Hooke
port, dleg• Potomac, of Franklin; Mail, Eleanor, 41 A
Stetaou, Silver Cloud, Martha Witehlugton, and others
GLOUCESTER, Oct 251 h—Ar barque 0 0 Bell, Saun
ders, Surinam 27th ult.
SAVANNAH, Oct 22—Ar schrs II D Metcalf, Burton,
Albany, N Y; 9 J \Taring, Smith, New York.
22d, ar Rehm Waltor Raleigh, Horton; R 91 Domilt,
Hendrickson, New York. U 8 It Cutter Dobbin, from
Norfolk, Vo, off Coekopur Island on Thursday noon,
attar s very boisterous postage, Barque Oarollna,
Westeberg, New York.
24th, ar batque Warred, Osborn, New York. Cloored
eteamehlr Augusta, Woodhull, New York; Er sehr
Ellen, Johnston, Harbor Island; sebr Edward Eldder,
Worksop, New York.
NEW ORLEANS, Oct steamships Calhoun,
Rathbun, from Key West; Galveston, Washburn. from
Indianola. Weaved, British Alp loan, Wescott, Live:-
NEW ORLEANS, Oct 20—Arrived, ateamshlps Chas
Morgan, Place; Galveston, Washbuna, from Indianola,
via Galveston. Ships Dorcas Prince,York, 28 days
from New York; Gen Berry, Darla, Boston . Old, steam
ship Texas, Talbot, Galveston; ships, Ed Liman, Nell,
Liverpool; Nathaniel, Thompson, Shannon, Havre;
Champlain, Wyman. Boston. Below, 04 Pocahontas,
Delano, Now York; barque Mayflower, New York.
ARRIVALS AT THE PRINCIPAL HOTELS,
Up to 12 o'cloct Last Night
GIRARD HOUSE—Cheatnut street, between Bth & 9th.
Mimi 0 Shaw, Clo, 0 Rat Eyres,Natches
Cambridge Livingston, N Y Hoyt Sanford, Hoboken
W li Richards, Jr, Va Judge T Randall, Florida
Miss L Randall, Florida 7k D Pollock, Springfield
Caleb Seymour, Prov, It I 8 T Barton, Buffalo
Z 0 Robbins & la, Wash II K Portions, Harriaburg
Isaac Worth & la, Pa Was Sanger. Ps
Ezra Farnsworth, Boston W tirich & la, Trinidad
I Hope, England John Holman, Pittsbg
A .3 Do Mosaet, Sr, N C M P Ayers, Illinois
Arch Henderson, d Y 8 J Stopford, N Y
F. Schrivner, Troy Chas II Mallory, Conn
/as D Fish, N Y Wm 0 Codman, Boston
Sand Colt, Hartford Dr A II Jackson, Conn
E P Christy & to, N Y II It Miller, Hartford, Ct
B Clark, N Y J Holmes, Waterbury, Ct
II It Hayden, N Y If Whitmore & la, Ind'plis
F Raymond, Detroit J II North, Washington
W P Humphreys, Washtn Juan Corbada, Porto Rico
Geo West, N Y John ROWS, N Y
Floyd Clarkson & la, N Y W R Farrell & la, N'l
It W Patrick, Athens 9 J Porter, Conn
Beal Elite, N 0 7. Skinner, Baltimore
T Yermay, Cuba John 8 Kepler, Pa
P flossier, Bedford A Houghtaling, N IC
T W Park & la, Cala A A Solomon, N Y
T J Pastan, N I' Jas 0 Whitaker, Mobile
J N Woodhull, Princeton MII Jones, Easton
Hon It D Maxwell, Easton F F Bolger, N Orleans
R E Runkel Ohio Ohio II Cando, Louisville
E Rogers, Ga. J 11 Thomas & la, Cala
Jae 0 Bennett & eon, N Y EII Sampson & wife, Mass
Dr 8 L Sprague & wife, Mass D N Barney, Jr, Phila
It 0 McCrea & Is, Brooklyn C D Greenough, N Y
0 II Dudley & la, N 0 Frank Howard, Boston
W B Maclay, N Y 0 Stryker, N Y
Jas Weldrum, N Y
MEROUJINTS , BOTEL—Fourth at ,below Arch.
Walter Bette, Pa Joe W Spencer, Pittsbg
J B Morey, Ohio John 0 Miller, Va
T J Briggs, N Y John Dean, Allegheny City
John Woollen, Pittebg Joe Donnell, Pithibg
P McDaniel, lowa Wm Itedpath & la, Saltabg
Geo .1 Brown Saltsburg Beni Payne, N
Fredk Gooderson, N Y W D Davin, N J
Gee Mower, Jr, Smith Gap P Sharkey, It Chunk
II Sherman Des Moines J McCormick & da, Milton
A Jackson & wlte,Cedarllill John Tallman, Ohio
AII Ludlow, Warren, Fa Hon J 8 Yost, Pa'
Wee McLean, Shippensbg J Harris, Philadelphia
A 11 Fuller, Fayette co
AMERICAN IfOTEL--Obestout street, above FULL.
J Ci Rogers, Va Chu L Lamson, Mass
W 11 Milton, Masa IL 11 Swoop), Clearfield
Gobi Leone.; Clearfield A McGinnis & Id, Pa
T P Preston, Pittsburgh A Walter, Pittsburgh
And J Donelson, Tr, Tenn Jol,n S Smith, Lancaster co
W A Smith, Lancaster e 0 0 0 Cinundogs, Roston
Th.lloburt, N .1 . ' D Fields, BM
D a Castleman, Washingbt D Lockwood, Del
P 11 Reath, N Y CI B Lewis & Is, Boston
Mies Lewis, Roston A Carpenter. N Y
D L Coaling, Philo ST S Pirkbride, N Y
0 St Newell, N Y P. Terkel., Philo
A. P Williams, N Y Y P Woodcock, Jersey City
John Metz, Jersey City 8 0 Noyes, Mars
A 4 arbiter & la, Maino Qeo Davidson, N Y
UNION ITOTEL—Arch street, above Third.
A McCormick, Altoona C Blower. Lexington, lly
John E Newton, Louisville A bates Pittsburgh
O W McPhail, Easton 0 11 Steiner, Pa
W Elmer, Bridgeton, NJ Mrs Owings, Williamsport
311 Patterson, Tyrone City George Seitz, Easton, Pa
8 Kleutch, Easton, Pa 3 Burnet, Easton, Pa
T Paulding, Franklin co A Stouffer, Franklin co
8 Defiler, Pottsville L A Straus°, Pottsville
II 8 Eberly Lancaster L 8 Cornell, Pa
0 A Hinaball, Balt 8 Zeller, Hagerstown, Pa
IV Betejamn, N J W Evans, Hohnesburg
Moses Henx.on, Pa Cyrus France. Pa
Geo IV Sliefon, et Abraham Brown, Ea,
W Cavit, Fayette, Pa 3 Harr, Northampton co
P Eigler, Northampton co J Leaman & la, Lacaster co
A Robison, NI Chuuk A D Harlan, Coateerllle
S It llonewltx, Ohio J II 'Ruling, Hughesville
IV P I Painter, Ituncy K 0 Hutchison, Ciluton co
7 0 Kline, II Chunk II George, Ohio
IV Schultz, Philadelphia Jae Ores, Duna Cabins, ra
NATIONAL HOTEL—Baca street, above Thini,
J A Ladle, N Y Moses Specht, Dent erten
Jacob Middleywarth, Po John 9 8 nlth Snyder co
Win A Bhoener. Pottsville II J Handler, Pottsville
A 0-Baeger, Allentown Cleo V Morgan, Pottsville
Joshua Comfy, Pa Owen Harper, Allentown
W Utnsil, Norristown J Whitaker, Mt Clare
J McLellan, Wilkeabarre 4 W Winters, Lancaster
J Bevrert, Leesport E Ci Platter, Pa
W Linderinuth, Minersvllle J II Whitaker, Mt Clare,
Bpannuth, Pa /I 9 Heckman, Easton
BLAOK BEAR INN—Fifth and Merchant.
Renj Stratton, Chester co Ifenry Minter, Ps
Geo Munderff, Pa It G Pine, Newark, N J
James Brook, Md Wm Moore, Alexandrian
Sarni &right, Pa J W Bterane, Perrysville
8 A Allison, Indiana co, Pa J W Firart, Altoona, Pa
P Collahari, Ohio Mrs T Richards, Ohio
Sand Hosea, Phtenixville Sam! (Mier, Mt Union, Pa
Cleo McLaughlin, Mt Union John Rare, Mt Union, Ps
Wm W Nichol & Ini Mid Thos Gawthross, Pa
Jlt Peters, Lancaster co Wm B Ilarper,Choster co
STATES UNlON—ldarcet atreot, above Sixth.
0 Baruitz, Chicago, Isl S Brown, Redford
a Koons Chicago, ar,
I: 9 Schaeffer, Icsater
J M Cummings, Now Wash E 111 Schaeffer, Lancaster
E B McMaster, Pt Deposit N J Lymans, Lancaster
J Rinehart, Port Deposit II IV Smith & la, Pa
Wilson, Juniata co, Pn J Dow, N Y
Kratzer, Clearfield J Davidson, Sr, Ps,
E Mulch, Ps J Mallet iJurtiMq co, Pa
A Wagon, Huntingdon co le Naugle, Pa
D Berkstresser, Pa W 9 Boyd, Wrightsville
A S Seger, Carlini() MissP Smith, Pa
M Dougherty, Phila. W Obordortr,
08 Williams, Pa J E Pox, Chester co, Pia
John McVay, Harrisburg 8 A Oook, N Y
W Johns, Pa J P Smith, Phila
B R Raker, Oonn T M Galbraith, Carlisle
T 0 111cOhee, Mile MU Ilex W Baker, Ohlo
hloOloos, Atlantic 0107
BLACK BEAR HOTEL.-Third Abbot, ab
P Dragge r , pa C Westid, Allentown
II Thomas : Franconia , W Blank, Xlinesvillo
A Darter, Welsenberg Mrs Damn', Weigenberg
li arieble. Upper Milford .1 Hoppe!, Stoeneratown
W Boyer, Supleratown W linfitpun & la , Pa,
O D dloyer & is, P 6 E B. Mull, Po.
Coalter, Pa H K Hollenbach, Pa
W Thompson, Zionsville E Wane, Welssenburg
Mrs Wells, Wolssenburg H Gibson, Doylestown
B Boyer, Bumneytown J foyer, Sumneytown
Mrs Newman, Allentown B Roads, Southampton
MADISON llOURE—Second street, above Market
M W Alkine, Coon II Stouffer, perks co
It M Mtwara, Ya J II Adams. Del
T Buckiiiaster, Del J Bohol, N Y
II b Cushing, N Y J 1.11,01. R 1
W Oarigan, 'Pittsburgh l' L Smith, Plthiburgh
Inducements Extraordinary.--On account of
the shortness of our Southern and Weatern Trado, it
has left us with e very heavy stock of Fon and Winter
Clothing on hand. In order to clomo It out, we have
opened our entire House for
We will eell regardless of emit.
LIPPINCOTT & HUNTER,
421 Market etroot,
00 21-1 w between Fourth and Fifth eta., south aide
Cdbiurt Ware and
624 WALNUT ST,
OPPOSITE INDEPENDENCE SQUARE.
GEO. J. HENKEL'S,
624 WALNUT Street,
0c22.8m Late or 173 Chestnut Street
Prize Plothlosti—The entire Stock of fashion
ablo Olothinzis closiug out, regardleas of coat, at the
birth place of Liberty, eouthweet coruer of SEVENTH
soil iiiAItiCET,N6 700. A gift with every purchase.
0c22-Citit DROWN &
Checks, Notes, Drafts, 131110 Lading, 11111 Heads, Cir.
colors, Cards, and all other kinds of Job Printing, at
prices to suit the times. oel7-1y
Buffalo Robes.-100 Bales Buffalo Robes
of the various qualities, just received from Minnesota.
Also a handsome assortment of Faucy Robes of our own
manufacture, and for sale wholesale and retail by
GSO. F. WOURATII,
oatl24mo 416 Arch i3treot.
Seamen'■ Saying Fund —Of lice 203 Walnut
street, one door west of second street. Deceives de
posits in mune of One Dollar and upwards, from all
classes of the community, and allows Interest at the rate
of Elva per tent. per annum.
Office open daily, from 9 until 6 o'clock, and on Mon
day and !Saturday until 9 In the evening. President
Franklin Fell; Treasurer, °bailee 31. Morris; Beare•
tiny, James 8. Pringle.
Bower , ' Infant Cordlat....This Invaluable
Cordial Is prepared from &variety of the most choice and
efficient aromatics known In medicine, and is the moat
perfect and reliable carminative extant for Infants and
By its powerful Influence a speedy aura is effected In
all canoe of Cholic, windy pains and spoon. Relieves
and mitigates much of children's suffering during denti
tion or teething, and by Its soothing properties tran
quilises pains of tho bowels, looseness, vomiting, it o.
The Infant Cordial has become a standard remedy,
and has boon used in thousands of cages with the most
abundant mama. No family should be without it.
Prepared only by New A. Bowan,
At his Drug and Chemical Store,
N. B. corner of Sixth and Green ale., Philadelphia.
To uhoui all orders moat be addreanal. And for sale
by Druggists generally. au 13-1 y
Saving Fund—Five Per Cent. Interest—Na
tional Sab3ty Trust Company, in Weimar Street, south
west corner of TIDED Street, PHILADILPHIA, Assets
over 0811 MILLION AND A HALF Or DOLLARS, Invested
In !DIAL DSTATII, MORTOAOSS,OROUND RENTS, and other
fleet clean securities, as required by the charter. hie
institution confines Its bueiness entirely to the recei
ving of money on deposit.
The once la open every day from 0 o'clock in the
morning until 7 o'clock in the evening, end on Monday
and Thursday eveninits until 0 o'clock.
On WM !mt., by Rev. John ()hamb.nt, sAmuEr,
L. WOODWARD to ELIZABETH J. ALEXANDER
-•.•.•- . • • • •
On the 7th Inst., by Rev. John Chamber', JOHN
OItAY to ELIZABETH. MoBRIDE.
On the Bth 'net , by Rev. John Members, ELMER
MOE to ANN MARIA WALKER, or Bucks co., Pa
On the 20th Inst., HENRY JACKSON to MARTHA
S. CRISWELL, both of Chester county, Pe.
On Pirstday morning, the 25th lost.. after a short
and severe illness, LYDIA L., wife of John 11, Stokes,
aged 27 years
Her friends and those or the family are respectfully
incited to attend her funeral, from her late residence
No. 2411Nbrib Yiftb etreet, (between Race and Vine,)
on Fifth-day, 29th Met., at 2 o'clock, without further
In Baltimore, on the 24th of October, ANNA CLAY,
third daughter of George W. tad Elizabeth A. Ear..
hart, aged 10 years and 1 month. [Phlladelphla, Bt.
Louis, and New Orleans papers please copy.]
Ou Sunday morning, 25th Inst., Mrs. ELIZABETH,
widow of the late Rudolph filbly, In the 70th year of
On the 20th Ind , GEORGE WALL, in the 87th year
of his age.
On the 25th Inst., MARTHA 1,. MILLER, wife of
Dr O. 11. Miller, In the 28th year of her age.
On the 20th Lust., JOIIN M. BRYSON, In the 41st
year of his age.
117' Office of the Register of 'Water Atlas,
POIL4DI6I.IIIIA, Oct. 27,1851,
Information having been received that pormas, repro
oestiag themselves en collectors, aro endeavoring to
collect Water Rents, notice le bora.) , given that all
Water Hoots, Pipe Dills. , must be void at the office,
8. W. corner of FIFTH. and CIIESPNUs Btreets No
persons are authorised to collect money. outside of the
office. [0c28.3t) WM. IiONBALL, Roginter.
tp - The Citizens of the Eighth uud Ninth
WARDS are earnestly requested to meet at the Ilan of
the City Institute, N. E. corner of EIGHTEENTH and
CHESTNUT Btraete, on TIIIIRSDAY next, 29a, inet ,
at 7.14 o'clock P. N., to bear the report of the commit
tee, appointed at an adjourned meeting, to submit a
plan of associetlon for the relief of persons in distress
during the coming winter," and to take action thereon.
oe2B-2t 8. HENRY NORitig, Secretary.
11J Notice.—Union Denevolent Association.—
Having been informed theta Society, called the UNION
BENEVOLENT SOCIETY, bee collectors calling upon
citizens for subscriptions, this is to inform the public
that said Society has no connection with the UNION
BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATION, N. W, ooruer SEV
ENTH and SANSOM streets.
The Collectors for the latter are SAMUEL C. COOP
ER, for the section of the city south of CHESTNUT
street and W. J. SIMON, for the section north of
The above Collectors will immediately commence
their work, and the urgency et the Wass of the poor at
this time is deemed sufficient reason for their early
application. They will be provided with books certi.
fled by the President and Secretary, and no person in
authorised to receive subscriptions without this certifi
cate, except the officers of the Association.
CHAS. 8. WURTS, President.
Jena 11. ATWOOD, Secretary. 0c2.4-eod2w
LE Onion Benevolent Assoclatlon.—At the
annual meeting of the UNION DEN'EVOLENT ASSO
CIATION, held at their Hall on Tuesday Evening,
Oct. 20, 1857, the following gentlemen were elected
officers for the ensuing year, via :
President—WADlES S. WORTS.
Vice PresidentS—CßAßLES EVANS, 11f. D., RICH
ARD D. WOOD.
Corresponding Secretary—J. FISHER LEA:SIINQ.
Recording Secretary-4011N 11. ATWOOD.
Benj. Coates, Benjamin Orne,
Matthew W. Baldwin, John W. Clagtiorn,
John Pamela, Thomas Watteau,
8. Austin Allibone, John D Taylor,
William AL Collins, P. Ratchford Starr,
Thomas Latimer, S. Morris Wain,
John Bohlen, Zebulon Locke,
William Purvey, Joseph 11. Dulles,
L. Montgomery Bond , William Bucknell.
Arthur G. Coffin, John Al. Barker.
Irr Elrat School District for State of Penn•
sylvarila.—An examination for Teachers of the Public
Schools will be held on SATURDAY, October 315t.1837,
COMMODCII4 at 9 o'clock A M., at the Mount Moen
school house, OATIIARINN street, above THIRD.
By order of the committee on qualifications of teach
ers of the Board of Controllers 01 Public Schools.
0c22-dtoc3l W. J. JACKSON,Ohairman.
ff 7 Literary Soiree, In -rftlue's Hall, for the
benefit of the Industrial Schools taught by the Slaters of
tho holy Cross, November H. Doors open at 7 o'clock.
I. Lecture, by the 1100, Pears& CUANDLYR. Sub
11. Supper, and mile of fancy articles. 0c22.t02
irr Notice—A pp en ty Cam nilsalonera
Office,. VIIILADBLTIIId, October 11,1857.
NOTION IS HEREBY GIVEN, That the Comilla.
Moneta will hoar Appeals by all persons rated for state
and Municipal Tax, In the city of Phtladelphla, for the
.for the several wards of the Rao city, at their
office, No . 1 1 west wing of the State House, (up stairs,)
ou the following days, between the hours of 10 o'clock
A. M. and 1 o'clock P. M.
let and 24 War Monday, October 19th, 1857
" 4th 4 . " Tuceday, " 20th, "
Lth 6th " Wednesday, .. 21st, "
7th .. Bth 1 . Thursday, " 22.1, "
9th " 10th .. " Friday, " 23.1,
11th " 12th " Monday, . 4 26th, "
lath 44 14th 4 . 4 4 Tuesday, 44 27th, 44
lath " 10th " Wednesday, 44 28th, 44
17th "18th 44 44 Thursday, 4 . 2Uth, 4 4
10th 44 20th " 44 Friday, " 30th, 44
21st 44 1. , 21 44 4 ' Monday, Nor. 21,
2:10 " 24th 44 44 Tuesday, " Id, . 4
The Assessor" of such wards an hare not been supplied
with Blank Notices of Appoeds ate hereby noittled to
call at the Oornutiesloners' Office and procure the same.
GEORGE 15.1. HILL,
A11F.3 1.1 LEGGY, Olty Commissioners
JAMES LOGAN, ocl9sltno3
/110 RENT-PURNIBHED LODGING
ROOMS for Orothonen, at No 400 SPRUCE Street.
►I'lllE UNDERSIGNED HAVE THIS DAY
entered into a Copartnerablp, under the namo of
HOLMES & CO., for the manufacturing of all kinds of
fancy and common Soaps, at No. 28 North WATER Bt.
A. E. 110LME8,
Oct. 20th, 1627, 0. F. SUROhI.
OCEAN SOAP MANUFACTORY.
norm% & co., having purchased the above works
from Lebrecht Franks, are prepared to receive orders
for ail kinds of fancy and common 3oaps. All orders
executed with punctuality and despatch, at the very
lowest price., for cash. oc2l-2w*
ts.7AVING FUND.--lINITED STATES
TRUST COMPANY, corner of THIRD and CHEST
Large and small eume received and paid back on de
mand, without notice, with 1 7 /YE PER OENT INTXR
EST from the day of deposit to the day of withdrawal.
Office hours, from 9 until 6 o'clock every day, and on
MONDAY EVENINGS trine 7 until 9 o'clock,
DRAFTS for sale on England, Ireland, and Scotland,
promo 11 upwards.
President—ST.l99JUN R. CRAWFORD.
Teller—J. l AM 11. lIUNTXR. sel7-lyit
BW. TINGLEY & CO., BANKERS
• No, SI South T WED Street, Philadelphia.
COLLECTIONS promptly made on all accessible point;
in the United States and Canada.
Stooge, Bonds, ko., Bought and Sold on Commission,
Uncurrent Bank Notas, Cheeks, &e., bought et the
Deposit. reeeiSed and Intend allowed, as per amis.
MERICAN ACADEMY OF 'MUSW .
H,'A.l l ldllBll/11% ' Hole Lamm
Third night of the dramatic season. Triumphant ate
cess and third night of the engage= t of the West
MR. CHARLES MATHEWS,
THIS (Wednesday) EVENING, Oct. 28th, 1857,
Will bo presented, Sd tune, a New Comedy, adapted
by Mr. Charles Mathews, entitled
MARRIED FOR MONEY.
Mr. Mopes, Mr Charles Mathews; Sir Robert Mel
lowboy, Mr. Richlogs; Mrs Mopus, Biro Silsbee; Ma
this, Mrs. Proctor.
To be followed by the Inimitable Interlude, written
by Mr. Charles Mathews, entitled
PATTER vs. CLATTER.
Capt Patter, Mr. Charles Mathews; Peter Parker,
Mr. Le Moyne; Patty Parker, Mrs. Nichols.
To conclude with the Laughable Farce of the
BEWARE OF GARROTERS.
Syllabub, Mr. Chapman; Mrs Chutney, Mrs. Stoneall
PRCES OF ASION
Balcony, Parquet, l and Parquet Ci MlS rcle...
Family Circle and Amphitheatre
THOS M NEON Treasurer. •
Seats 'secured without extra charge, three day. In ad
ranee. Doors open
will commence at 71(.31 before 7 o'clock; performance
y II 2AT E L i k/ E 'LLABCII ST ;v. T w II u E, I N: L R t E y:
SCALIA or Pitloae --Orchestra Stolle 50 cents; Drees
Circle (no extra charge for Secured Beaty), 50 cents;
Pamily Circle and Amphitheatre, 23 yenta; Beats In
Private Poxes, 75 cents; Whole Private Box, $3;
tlallery, 13 cents; flallory for Colored Persons, 25
rents; Private Box lu flattery for Colored Persons,
Box Office open from 10 A. M. until 3P. 01. Doors
will open at 0)6 o'clock; performance to commence at
J. M. B. WHITTON Treasurer.
TIIIB (Wednesday) Evening, October 28, 1057,
Will be presented, by the great Star Company,
fffiakepere's Sublime Bid/Tricot Tragedy of
Portia, Mre D. P. Bowers; Calphurnla, blies E. Tay
lor; Julius Clew, Mr. Ire:Wicks ; Mare Antony, Mr.
Wheatley; Marcus Brutus, Mr. E. L Davenport; Caine
Cassius, Mr Dolman; 2d Plebeian, Mr J S. Clarke.
To Conclude with, by Especial Desire, the never
tiring Comic Drama of
Mr Toodles,Mr. J. 8. Clarke; Mrs. Toedles, Mrs
WALNUT STREET THEATRE.—Les
see, Mr. E A. Marshall; Stage Manager, Mr.
John Sefton. Prices —Dress Circle and Pargnette, 25
cents; Upper Circle, 25 cents; Private Box and Orches
tra Scats, 25 cents.
Box Office open from 9 o'clock A. M. to 3P. M. Doors
open at 6)( o'clock; performance to commence at 7,
TICKETS TO ALL PARTS 25 CENTS.
THIS (Wednesday) EVENING, October 28,185 f,
The performances to commence with the celebrated
Drama, In 2 Acte, founded on Waahlogton Irving'm
Novel, celled . .
RIP VAN WINKLE;
Or, the Spirits of the Catskill Hountents.
Rip Van Winkle, Mr. Obanfran; Knickerbocker, Mr.
A'Beeket ; Hermon Van Haus, Mr, Young; Rip Van
Winkle, Junior, Mies
To be followed by the Farce called the
STAGE4TRUCHE BARBER. •
Jeremiah Clip, Mr. Obanfrau; Podge, Mr, 'Kemple;
Mrs. Rattleton, Mrs. Hickey.
Widgets Whittington, Mr. John Sloan; Mary White,
Mrs. John Sloan.
SANFORV 3 OPERA HOUSE.--
£l,lll - Fltreet, above Chestnut.
Doors open At 1 o'clock—to commence quarter Wore
Athatteuce 25 ceuta,
Ethiopian Life Illustrated by Banford'e Troupe of
Stara—New Dances by the Sanford Children,
To conclude with
A LAUGIEADLE APTERPIEUE,
EDWARD T. MOTT,
SMOOT TO DTMOORATIO OULU. 60.04332*
CIIRARD BANE.—Pum,u)ELruts, October
VI 23,1837.—A special meeting of the Stockholders of
this bank will be held at the Banking House, on TUES
DAY, the third day of November next. &tug o'clock P.
H., to take into consideration the act Of the Legislature,
approved lath hint., entitled An Act providing for the
resumption of specie payments by the banks, and for the
relief of debtors,"
on 24-tno3 W. L. SCHAFFER, - Cashier
SOUTHWARK BANK.— PHILADUPIII.4.,
Oct. 22, 1851.—A Special meeting of the Stockhold
ers of this Dank will be held at the Banktug-house, on
TUESDAY, the 3d day of November next, at 12 o'clock,
noon, to take Into consideration the act of the Legisla
ture, approved the 13th inat., entitled ''An act provid
ing for the resumption of specie payments by the
and for the relief of debtors."
0c23411N3 P. Y. STEEL, Cashier,
COMMEROIAL BANK OF PENNSYL
VANIA, PHIL Arun Oct. 22, 1857.—A Special
meeting of the Stockholders of this snk will be 'held
at the BANKING HOUSE, on MONDAY, the second
day of November next, at lit o'clock If., to take into
consideration the act of the Legislature, approved the
18th lost., entitled a An act providing for the resump
tion of epocio payment, by the Banks, and for the relief
of debtors," and to determine upon the same.
By order of the Board of Directors,
oe2&tN2 S. 0. PALMER, Cashier.
NOTICE.-FARMERS' AND MEOHAN-
J. I Ins' BANlS—EBlLanneill a, October 21,1857.
Notice is hereby given that a mooting of the Stockhold
ers of this Insult has berm called by the Maxi of Directors
under the provisions of tho seventh section of the act
of the General Assembly of this State, entitled "An act
providing for the resumption of specie payments by the
banks, and for the relief of debtors," approved the 13th
day of October, A. D. 1867, to be hold at tho Banking.
Douse of this Corporation, on TUESDAY. the third day
of November. A. D. 1857, st 4)6' o'clock P. 81., for the
purpose of taking into coosideration the acceptance of
the provisions of the said act. By order of the Board,
oc22dtN3 E. It. LEWIS, Cashier.
LIE PHILADELPHIA DANK.
214 October, 1867.—A Special Meeting of the
Stockholders of We Bank will be held at the Banking.
House on SATUBDA V, the 314 Inst., at 12 o'clock, to
take Into consideration the Act of the Legletature, ap.
provid tho 13th boat., entitled " An act providing for
the resumption of aped. payments by the Banks, and
for the relief of dobtors
0ct21,1t31 B. B. COIdBOYS, Cashier.
F ARAIERS' AND ISIECEIANICS' BANK,
PHILADZLPHIA, October 9th, 1857.
The anointl election for Directors will be held at the
Banking Howie, on MONDAY, the 10th day of Nevem.
her next, between the hours of 9 o'clock A. M. and 3
o'clock P. M.; and on TUESDAY, the 3d day of Novem
ber next, a fleneral Meeting of the Stockholdara will be
hold at the Banking House, at 4 o'clock P. N., agrees:-
My to the chide?.
oc7-tcole . IS. M. "LEWIS, Cashier.
MBE PHILADELPHIA BANX.—Punca-
DICLPHIA, October 13,186 L—The annual mooting of
tho Stockholders of this Bank will bo held at the Bank
ing how, on Monday, the ninth day of November
next, at 12 o'clock AI,
The annual election for Directors will bo held at the
Banking house, on Monday, the sixteenth day of No
vember noxt. B. B. 00A1EGYS,
WNNITFACTURERS , AND AIEDHA
PHILAMILPITIA, Oct. 4, 1867.
The annual meeting of the Stockholders of this Bank
will be held it the Banking House, on Tuesday, Novem
ber 3, et 10 o'clock A. M.
The annual election for thirteen Directors, to serve
the ensuing year, will be held at the Banking House, on
Monday, November 10th, from 10 o'clock, A. M., to 3
medial° M. W. WOODWARD, °ambler.
COMMERCIAL BANK OF PENNSYL
VANIA, PUILADILPILIA., October 12,12 M.
Tho Annual Meeting of the Stockholders of this Bank
will Do held at the Banking-nouse, on Tuesday, the 3,1
day of November next, at /3 o'clock M.
CCOMMERCIAL BANK OF RENNSYI7-
TAMA, PHILAD4LPIIIA, October 12, 1857.
The Annual Election for Dirootora of this Bank will
be held at the lianktufg-Houle, Monday , the 18th day
of November next, from 10 o'clock A. M., to 3 o'clock
potl2-mwtcf tnovl6 R. 0. PALMER, Cashier
NEW YORK FUNDS
NEW YORK FUNDS,
VOUGHT AT TUB VIGHEST PRIMIUM BY
DREXEL & CO.
nOMMONWEALTH. FIRE INSURANCE
.00MPANY, 011 'PUN SPAT), OP PENNSYLVA
NIA.--01Bee, N. W. Corner FOURTH. and WALNUT
Streets, PhDedelphio *Omarltmd Capital, 000,000,
DAVID JAYNE, M. D., President.
TIIOMAB S. STPWART, Vise Pres't.
BaiionG B. MOON, amatory, at
fIIRARD FIRE AN
ANC} COMPANY, PH
302 WALNUT street west o
1, PM 1113K8
D MARINE INSInt
A. B. Gillett,
Ellll3l. Jones, kl. D.,
Jeaeph Klapp, N. 1).
Wm. M. Swale,
Johp Aropach, Jr.,
IL N. Burrougho,
J. B. Hughes,
F. D. Sherman,
Wm. P, Decker,
J. P. Steiner,
H. A. Shackelford,
non. JOEY. JONES, President.
Hoe, G. W. WOODWARD, Vico President,
JOn. S. Moldocule, Secretary.
/Ault D. ALVOID, Assistant Secretary. and-Bm-if
LANDS! LANDS!!-I OFFER FOR
sale the following valuable LANDS in SOUTH.
WESTER:: GEORGIA. All persona are hereby Mt-
Weed against trespassing upon any of them.
October, 1E67, T. It: DLOOM, Macon, Oa
let Dlstrlct—No. 90, 95, 07
7th District—No. 338.
oth do—Nos. 18, 328, 329, 333, 369, 878, 370, 340, 410.
10th District-61m 46, 40, 47.
7th District—Nos 124,033
15th do •• 11, 12, 55.
kith du " 20, 27, 39, 230.
lot District—Non. 130, 100, 199, 100
13th do " 4, 181
14th do n 113, 114.
15th District—No, 91,
TR II REI. I. COUNTY
11th District—Noe. 123, 250
12th do 198, 201.
Bth District—No. Ili
12th District—NoB. 200, 1121, C 2, 2 2.221, 226, 257, 337
375, 376, 390.
131.1 t du ,4 6, 38, 19, 29, 36, 76, 391, 392, 394
• DIWATUR COUNTY.
14th District—Nom. lad.
nth do 190, 246.
let District—Nos. 7, 202 2 11, 2 / 2 ,213, 214, 221, 21. V, 22J,
224, 225, T 28 .•
2,1 do ' 162, 237,
7th do " 211.
9th do . 1 /10,
6th District—No. 214
Bth District—No. 102.
13th District—Nos 87, 88. CORN TT
14th titi 63, U.
TO SHOVEL AND HOE MANI:WM:UV . -
RERE.—RFIETTERT IMPROVED GARDEN
MOE. Patented June, 1867. The right to tkintt(eo•
tun) under this Patent may be N0C117641 on theOrOle
terms, on applieetion to ALVAN wirantg,
Gonda si WILLIAM Street, New Toth,
Onto bp ..ktirtion
MTHOMAS ,& SONS,
• Tod. lad tad 141 SOUTH' FOURTH STREET,
, (Foamy Noe. dT and O.)
REAL ESTATE, STOCKS, &a
Publia Sales at the Philadelphia Exchange every
mr Handbills of each property leaned separately, in
addition to which we publiah op the pato:day previous
to each sale one thousand catalogue' o pamphlet form,
giving full descriptions of all the property to be sold on
the following Tuesday.
Err FURNITURE BALES AT 'ru AUCTION
STORE every Thureday morning, • ' -
REAL ESTATE AT PRIVATE SALE
. . .
Err We hare a large amount of Rost !state at Prl•
veto Sole, including ovary description of City and
country property. Printed Lists uuty be hid at the
PRIVATE SALE REGISTER.
Real Estate entered on our Private Pule Re
; later, are adrertLied oecuaionally In our Public Sale
r barriers, (oc which 1,000 copies are printed weekly t )
ree of charge,
TRIRTEINTLI PALL SALE, Sd NOVgIIBNII
nib; mslit will huhu! •
Orpitsrui` Court Selo.
ESTATE OF WILLIAM A. BUDD. DE'C'D
THREE LARGE AND veLue.nLxLt.iis," AND TWO
BRICK DWELLINGS, SEVENTH STREET, PRIME
STR.LE' T, AND PASSTUNK ROAD.
Valitable lot, N W cornet Prime and Seventh streets.
Valuable lot, fronting on Plinio street, and on Pass
Valuable lot, Passyruili road.
Two three-story brick dwellings, Seventh street, west
side. north of Prime street. They will be sold sepa
rately. See handbills and plan.
Also. by Order of Orphans , Court.
ESTATE OP JOHN FITZWATER. RECT.
OVER SIX ACRES OP GROUND WITH VALUABLE
STEAM SAW-MILL AND MACHINERY,' LARGE
MANSION, THREE FRAME DIVELLINGB,LARGE
WITH FRONT OF FOUR HONORED
FEET ON THE RIVER DELAWARE AT TA
CONY. TWENTY-THIRD WARD,
Same Estate—THßEE-STORY BRICH DWELLING.
Three-story brick dwelling, No. 266 North Biftb,above
Same Estate—TWO BRICK DWELLINGS.
Also, Two brick dwellings, Union and Ilanover streets,
above Prince street, Kensington.
Executor's Axle—Late Residence of Amelia Smith,
ELEGANT MANSION, BURLINGTON, N. J.—Also,
by order of Executor, to close an estate, the valuable
residence No 23 Main street, Darlington, N. J., replete
with modern Improvements and conveniences, 883 feet
front, the lot 610 feet deep to Wool street, the garden
Improved with driest fruit trees, &a.
Also, a handsome residence, Wood street, Burlington,
recently occupied DTI& William Chaloner, and a lot
adjoining, 60 by 156 feet. Mr - Full particulars in hand-
NEAT DWELLING, TWENTIETII STREET—Three
glory brick dwelling, No. 205 North Twentieth street,
between Wood end Vine streets.
LOT, TWENTY-FOURTH WARD—a Mang - flier lot,
fronting on Park street. and the West Ithiladelphls
Railroad, Twenty-fourth Ward, (late West Philadel
phia ) . . . . .
THREE-STORY BRICK DIVELLING.—Throe-story
brick dwelling, No 983 North Birth street, above
George street, with frame building In the rear.
VALUABLE PROPERTY EIGHTEENTH WARD.
TWO rillitilit-STORY BRICE DV ELLINOS.—Two
three-story brick dweltiogs, one of Them occupied u a
grocery store, B. F. corner of Queen and Warren
WIVE DWELLINGB.—Tero three-story brick, and
three three-toy frame dwellings, S. N. corner Duke
and Vienna streets. Both of the above properties are
insured, and the policies are included in the sale.
FOURTEENTH FALL BAL&-10TH NOVEMBER
Bala at No. 1919 Spraeo street.
I.IAND9OdIE RESIDENCE AND P [SDI/In:ME
28th inst., at 10 o'clock, on the premises, the hand
some modern fOnr•etory brick residence, with Three
story bash buildings, No. 1919 Sprites street, west of
Nineteenth street, replete with all modern improre.
meats end conveniences. $5,000 may remain on mort
gage. . .
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1417 - 11M108 PUBNITURETAPREITRY CARPETS
fitiS 19IXTUILES, &c.
Immediately after the Bale of the house,
household furniture, all made to order by Moore &
Campion, and been but little used.
EU" Particulars in handbills and catalogues.
SALE OP ELEGANT PIRINITIIRE, &0., AT THE
CARD.—Oar sale at the Auction Store, to-morrow
morning, silt comprise one of the most elegant assort
ments of furniture, pianos, chins, fio.,iever offered at
public sale. Included, besides two elegant rosewood
pisoo-fortes, French plate mirrors, flue velvet carpets,
are complete cults of mild rosewood parlor and chamber
furniture, elegantly carved and finished In the beet
manner. Also, elegant china rues, large size; fine
china dinner and toilet 'ware, cut-glass ware, Ac., all of
which will be found worthy the attention of ladles
and others desirous of purchasing.
(D" Catalogues now ready, and the artielee arranged
SPLENDID OEOFURNITURE, PIANO
FORTE, BIDDING, CARPETS, ELEGANT CHINA,
DINNER AND TOILET WARE, SPLENDID POE
CNLAIN VASES, PAINTINGS. Ac.
On Thursday Morning,
At 12 o'clock, by catalogue, in the Second-story roo m
of the Auction Store, a splendid collection of household
furniture, ie., by order of Assignee.
A splendid suit of solid rosewood furniture, coin
prising wardrobes, eliptii ends, with French plate
mirror doors; bedsteads, dressing-bureaus, washstands,
commodes, he., to match; splendid sort of solid rose
wood drawing-room furniture, Vienualso style; Briggs's
patent sztenelon dining-table, 16 feet long, with ma
hogsuy lest case, grotesque carving; Sae toned rose
wood seven octavo plaeo-forte,by Scheme • very splendid,
French china, and beautifully painted vases; hand
some toilet dinner and tea eats; cut eau ware.
ALSO, 2 BEAUTIFUL MARINE PAINTINGS, BT
SUPERIOR TELESOOPII.—A. refractory equatorial
teleneope, in perfect order. Focal length, nix feet.
Also, a superior tirenproor
The above furniture has been in use bat a short time,
and coat over $6,000, •
***May be examined the day previous to'italo with
Sale Ni.e 1.10 and 111 South Fourth Stress.
SUPERIOR PURNITURE, FINS MIRRORS, PIANO
FORTES, BRUSSELS CARPETS, &c.
On Thursday Morning,
At Id o'clock, at the Auction Store, an extensive as
sortment of excellent seconcLhand furniture, nurrors,
doe plancrforte, carpets, &c., from families deohning
SALE OF VALUABLE AND ELEGANT LONDON
On Thursday Evening,
October 29th, at the Auction Store, a collection of
valuablo and interesting books, Noe London editions.
Also, a number of elegant works highly embellished
with tine engravings.
Catalogues will be ready and the hooka arranged for
examination on Thursday morning.
On Friday Morning,
20th inst., at No. 1404 Walnut street, will be sold the
elegant furniture, extra large mirrors, splendid cartaine
and chandeliers, piano-forte, do. Particulars in cata
SALE 01/ VALUABLE MEDICAL BOOKS.
On Saturday Evening,
October 31., at the suction store. an assortment of
valuable medical books. For particulars see cata
Also, a number of valuable medical works in the
French language, from s libraty,
The books will be arranged for esaminatlon on Satur
Hale No. 1508 Callonhill street
On Tuesday Morning.,
At 10 o'clock, at No. 150 d Cal Within street, abase
Fifteenth, the household and kitchen furniture of a
lady declining housekeeping.
hay be emnined at 8 o'clock on the morning of sale.
QE WING MACHINES.—PRATT'S
PATENT—PRICES PROM $l2 TO $25.
The" LAMES , COMPANION" is the most
durable, compact, and cheap machine fur family use
aver offered to the publio, sewing equally well upon all
kinds of fabric, and without putket log the cloth, leav
ing no bail cord on the back side of the work, sad el
waysfostening the thread adieu stopped They sew
from two to twelve hundred stitches per minute, using
bat one thread, and without rewinding. The stitch can
be varied from bee to fifty to the inch Any one can
learn to operate them to half an hour. Printed direc
tions accompany each machine, by which any one con
use them. We are enabled to offer these superior ma
chines at the above low prices, as we are not obliged to
pay fifteen or twenty dollars license for bon owed li-
OOHS, this machine being made tinder our own puteutu
in every part, and infringing upon or using no other.
There are some hundreds in constant use in this city
and vicinity, which aro giving the best satisfaction.
Every machine it warrantrd to give satisfaction.
Ladles and gentlemen are invited to call and examine
them and their work, and judge for themselves.
Samples of work, and drawings, with description, sent
to any part of the country by mall.
Salesrooms 113 WASHINGTON Street, Boston, and
677 BROADWAY, New York. op 21-tf
QE WING MACHINES.—GROPER,
1.7 DAHER, & CO.'S UNRIVALLED SEWING MA
CHINES still retain the confidence of the public, and
their popularity increases. After years of trial it is de
monstrated beyond all question that it is the popular
Machine, and the only one upon wloch any relisuce uth
he placed to work well on all aimla of shoes. The fact
that it doe. one-third more work in the some time, and
does it better; that it Is the least liable to get not of
repair, being simple in its construction; that it makes
the !emit noise, and that it is acknowledged on all busts
that it is beet for a new beginner, has given the pro
prietors a demand for It to each an extent that they are
obliged to delay the Ailing of orders la many cases for
months. Over eight hundred are in operation in this
city, and the case has yet to occur where a person who
has purchased ono has exchanged it for another kind.
Taking lute consideratiou, also, the fast that those
who employ from 15 to 40 hands in their shape, doing
the work for the manufacturers, without exception, use
this machine in preference to any other kind, and al
ways recommend them in preference to others, it would
1111011 uoneceassry for the preprtetora to advertise their
excellence, or set forth their superiority.
The underaigued,SOLY. AGF.;\ TS for the sale of theca
Machines. always have a supply, and have made such
arrangements that they sell them upon terms that will
meet the wishes of all.
Unlike other Machinea sold in this market, it is free
from all infringements of other patents.
BAKER 4k. BROTHER,
on 2r.tf CI:VITAL SQUAttle, lass.
p KINGSFORD & SON'S PURE
• OSWEOO STARCH (for the laundry) has estab
limbed a greater celebrity than has over been obtained
by any other Starch,
Tile has been the result of its marked superiority in
quality, and Its invariable uniforinity.
The public may be assured of the continuance of the
high standard now established
The production is over 20 tons daily, and the de man d
has extended throughout the whole United States, and
to foreign countries.
Working thus on a rery large irate, and under a rigid
eybtoin, they aro able to secures perfect uniformity ID
the quality throughout the year. Thin It the great de.
aderatum In starch-waking, and to realized now for the
The very beat Starch that can he made, and anal ',,,
Is always wanted by consumers, and this will be cup
piled to them by the Grocers as soon as their easterners
have learned which le the beat, and ask for it—other
wise they would be likely to get that article on which
the largest profit can be made.
/dr. hingsford has been engaged in the loanufacture of
Starch continuously (or the last 27 years, and during the
whole of the period the Starch wade under his super
vision has hero, beyond any que..tion, the best in the
market. For the trot 17 years he bud charge of the
works of Win Colgate A Co . at which period he In
vented the process of the manufacture of Cons Starch.
U 7 Ask for KINGSFORD'S STARCH, as the lame
Oswego has recently been taken by another factory.
It is sold by all the best grocers in nearly every kart
of the country.
T. KINOSPOED A SON'S OSWEGO CORN STARCH
(for pliddlngs, Ac.). has obtained an equal celebrity
with their Starch for the laundry. This article is per
real, pare, and is, In every respect, equal to the best
Bermuda Arrow Root, besides having additional quali
ties which render it Invaluable for the dessert.
Potato Starch has beet extensively packed and sold
as Corn Starch, and has given (also impressions to mealy
no to the real merits of our Corn Starch.
From its great delicacy and purity, it to earning also
into general use Ala diet for infants and invalids•
M. N. KELLOGG & CO., Agents,
]9U FULTON Street, N. Y.
WiTCHESTER & SCOTT, GENTLE
iEws rernsismsa tvronx and PATENT
SEIOTILDES SHAM HURT kLINIIPAOTORY, No TS6
01.11STNOT Street, above Seventh street, Piisdelslia.
The attention of Southern and Western Merchants, and
Stronpre, be particularli invited to MU improved attar
Shirts, theme! perfeetfittl4 article male. At wholt
and »tall, and mad to order. dadaytt
salts bn auction
JAMES AI FREEMAN, AUCTIONEER,
422 WALNUT STREET, alou FOURTH
oA.R.u—sus, OF HOUSEHOLD TUEMTUity,r7ur.s-
ire' We beg leave to inform the public that we hold
our regular weekly sales of Furniture every Tv.etday, at
our SPACIOUS BALES ROOll. NO. let WALNUT
STREET, where every possible attention is given to oh.
tain the highest venni.. the good, of these who may
favor uk pith eccangtiniente. Families having portiona of
their furniture to dupes° of, or Mode denlintrq
koeping and not triehinj Wes at their own dieellin/e,
can have their furniture CAREFULLY REMOVED TO
OUR BALES ROO3l, TREY WILL REALIZE
BETTER. PRICES FOR THEIR ICRSITURE THAN
THEY CAN OBTAIN FROM ANY OF TILE
TCRE DEALERS OR ANY OTHER AUCTION FITOILE
IN THE CITY.
jig' Persons caeoring ns with consignments can mot
assured that their property will not be sarriEred.
ID — Commissions more moderate than those charged
by any other Auction liones in the city.
Consignments respectfully Enlirited.
0117" Sales paid itrimealately aft, the goods are sold.
REAL ESTATE SALE, NOVEMBER llth
This Sis will indult—
Orphans' Conrt &Is—Estate of W. A. B. Jones. Deed.
TWO-STORY BRICK I , I2IISR , AND LOT, TWELPTII
A two-story brick house and lot of ground. - west aide
of Twelfth etreet..tr24 feet above Columbia avenue:l3
feet front, and 113 feet deep, to a 32 feet atreot,
Orphans' Court Sale—Estate of Chas Browason, Deed.
TillttlE HOUSES AND LOT DV OROUND, DREAD
enti:ET AND PETTED LANE.
Jtjot of ground with the three houses thereon erected.
ff. W. corner of Breed street ant Fetter Lane, 40 feet
by 43 feet Sld.; ground rent
Mr $5O to bewid cu each of The above whets the
same is struck off.
ID- A three-story Brisk Dsielling, with two-story
brick back building. 195 North Ninth street, abore
Wood street. Rentl-14."1per annum. Apply at the Auc
AT PRIVATE SALE
d fint-eiLIS Printing Oelee, with FL good run or box:-
nem, four printing prow', two Buggies and one A.donvi
Type and everything necessary for the business. Apply
et the Andino Store.
VirOLBERT &SCOTT, AUCTIONEERS,
431 CiflatlNUT Street, opposite the Custom
Rouse, between Fourth and Fifth !streets.
CARD.—We invite the early and partieular attention
of all purchasers to the extensive and va:uable as
sortment of Maple ant fancy fall and winter g..euts, to
be pateniptorily sold by catalogue, this day, for cash,
commencing at 10 o'eloct. precisely, consisting of
-150 lots of elegant furs, for ladled`, gents', and misses'
Alio, 203 b.st quality vulcaniarl rubber coats .
Also, sets and eAstors, superior silverplute4 watt..
Also, elegant French and tcotelu etobrokleties, Just
Also, 800 dozen Iblies' embroidered and plain linen
, roult de Sole bonnet and trlmniing ribbons.
Also, Oatrith tips snd Pr<nch fullstYlt
Also, a line ladles' newest style cloaks, atintdisa, and
Itibo, 150 oaten Yrench Tost.ni woven for eta.
Alio. woollen tio.lory gaols. surh 31 AC3ILf. C . :31'313,
goods, hose and half hose, mitts and gloves. shirts and
tilso,ls msea ladies' silk and satin bonnets, richiy
Also, fa fall assortment elegant quality white goods
The whole are now displayed for examination with
catalogues, anti will be. Bold without reserve.
EHPORT,, . I:
WITS MORNING commencing at 10 o'clock pre
cisely, we wW salt, withont reserve. a large and
ble assortment of staple and luau fail and winter goods,
Including furs for Ladies' and gent's wear, such as
carriage capes and mar to match,ieleriries,victorines,
muffs, sleigh-robes, caps, collar!, g oyes, gauntlets, &e..
made in the most fashicarib/e manner, of ermine, minx
sable, storm martin, etch, Siberian squirrel, genet, fox,
wolf, neater, Bohemian Pitch, monntsiort martin, beaver,
Hudson Bay sable ' he., embracing a moat elegant
consignment, suited to the requirements of constunera
mid the trade.
VULCANIXED RUBBER COATS
Also, 200 best quality vulcanized rubber coats, war
ranted matted any climate. Best goods in the market,
and specially united to omnibus drivers, soul others
posed to all weather.
••-• • - •
Also, beat silver plated tea-seta. castors, srith cat
glass bottles, he.
EMBROIDERIES AND MILLINERY GOODS.
Also, an extensive consignment. just landed, consist
ing or 25 cartons rich black, brown and blue Treach
alit lace falls.
Moo, SOO dozen ladles' and gent's embroidemi sad
.Isin linen cambric handkerchiefs..
Also, 500 elegantly embroidered jaconet
Also, 100 eplenditt style and gunitty jaconet gauntlet
Also, 600 pieces white goods, 00[14:Sting of dotted and
plain Swiss motifs', Swiss malls, Bishop Went, cam_
brims, and jacocets, ,he
Also, elegant book and Swiss collars, jaconet br.nded
. . .
.110.NNBT AND TRLISRING RIBBONS.
Also, /00 cartons poult de solo boanet and trimming
ribbons, silk fringes, velvet ribbons, gimps. c.
OSTRICH TIPS AND ARTIVICIALS
_ - -
Alm.loo cartons ostrich tips, French artlficials, kt. '
CLOAKS, TALMAS AND MANTILLAS. '
AIM, an elegant assortment cr latest Paris style
ladles' cloaks., talinsa, mantillas, biaagnes, &e.,of choke
materials in all the fashionable colors and black.
WOOLEN 110SLEICY GOODS, &c
Also, a general assortment of sorrier knit woolen
hosiery goods, consisting of lambs wool and merino
shirts and drawers cricket jackets,. hose and half hose,
scarfs and cravats, and pelermes, Shetland wool
shawls, Cashmere and merles been
LADIES' KEE:NCH PATENT WOVEN CORSETS.
Also, 150 dozen ladies' white and mixed French
patent woven seamless wrests, Wog and stmt.
Also, 20 cases Indies' fell style silk and satin bontieta.
SALT: OP OIL PAINTINGS AND MIRRORS.
2111:11SDAY next, at II &thick. will be sold to close
accounts, 25 European oil-paintings of pleasing modem
and ancient subjects. richly framed_
Also, 2 very elegantly framed large size mantel mir
rors, eooat to any in the sty_
Mew be examined any time prior to sale.
N. 11.—The whole will be arranged for examination
with catalogues early on the morning of sale, when tha
trade and purchasers generally will Cad it millets in
termit to attend.
M ON c S o I Ia tj o H N A ILE N a S e , 2, IIA\ !ip s T . I2IINTEE!
SIXTH anS Streets.
AT PRIVATE SALS—GoId and surer patent lever,
Lagoa, English, Swiss. and Preach watches, jewelry,
of every description, musical instruments, Ac., Ste.
AT PRIVATE SALE—Arranged on amend door,
household furniture, of decry dzscription. beds, mat
tresses, carpeting, lookeng glasses, fancy articles, Ao.,
Outdoor Wee attended to personally by the Auction
eer. Chervil very low. Consignments of fcinciturs,
clothing, jewelry, An , to., solicited.
NATHAN'S PRINCIPAL LOAN OFFICE,
8. R. Corner of Sixth and Race Streets,
Where money will be loaned on gold and silver plate
Watches, Jewelry, Diamonds, Clothing Dry Gads,
Groceries, Segu H Cutlery, e, ardware, Cuery, Fitruiture, Bed
ding, Horses, Vehicles, Ilsrness, Stocks, and an all ar
ticles of value for any length of time agreed on. on more
satisfactory and llberal terns than at soy other estab
lishment. N. NA TIIANS,
NATHAN'S great sale of TORPRITED GOODS will
take place In Ins few days. Due notice will be Prem.
WEBIPS great We of forfeited Watches , Jewelry,
Guns, Pistols, Musical Instruments,wiltske place
shortly. Due notice will be given.
WERE'S great We of Dry Goods, Clothing, Bedding,
Ice., being forfeited collateral', will take place shortly.
This not:ce will be given
AT PRIVATE SALE, AT HALF THE ESITAI
SELLING PRIOES.—Double-bottomtil and heating
case gold patent lever watches, of the moat ap
proved makes; hunting case and open face gold carrap4-
went lever and iepille watches, fail Jowehrl ; al, gold
enameled lever and h•pice watches for ladies'- gold
Jon city of every description; silver lever and lapine
watches, in hunting eases and open face; silver English,
Swim, and French watchea; a general assortment of fur
niture, bode, mattreame, mirrors. kc.
OUT-DOOR SALES SOLICITED, and charges to suit
the tames, low.
Consignments of every description cf goods solicited
for public or private gale.
MONEY ADVANCED an all and every 'kind of cciisis.
for public or private vale, or to be bell for a Gaut ed
time Charges low
NATHANS, A UCTI.O.NEEI:,
and MONEY LOA'S OFFICE, No ILI &Alin
THIRD Street, below Wetont, ounsite Past et., only
eight doors below the Etc bulge
Hours of business from 7 o'clock, A. bI , until 10
o'clock in the svmsirm.
Outdoor sates, and sales et the Auction Howe, at
tended aeon the most sattsfact.ry terms.
CAPITAL Vb. 10,00).
.EstabUshed for the lest TAlrly Years.
/dunces =We from one dolltr to thousands on Dle
monde, Silver Plate, Wdtchea, Jeweb7, liardwe re , y er
chandize, Clothing, furniture, Bedding, Cignrs, 3lttsmel
Instruments, Gum, Homes, Carriages, and G 00.. ., or
All goods can remain any length of time agreed
All advances, from one hundred dollars and opwarda
will be charged 3 per cent. per month; $.560 and ova:,
the lowest market rate
This Store limns having a depth of 120 feet. has large,
fire and thief-pros - 4 vaults to store all valuable's, and pri
vate watchmen for the wee:Linea • also, a heavy ion
ranee effected for the benefit of all persons haring goods
N. account of having an unlimited capital,
this office la prepared to wake advances on Mott Maid
fnetory and accommodating terms than any other in
AT PRITATB LUX.
Gold Pateot Lerer sod other Watched', Jovelry, Lad
Olothtag trill be Kahl at reduced price+
JOHN BAYLIS, AUCTIONEER—No. 3 2L
ARC/ Street, between Third and Fourth dtreets.
EVERY EVENING, at 7 &dock.,
Of Boots, shoes, Hardware, Cutlery, Watches, Jew
elry, Hosiery, Whips, Trunks, Fancy Goods, Notions.
LB.—Out-door sales attended to An pais sold at
the Auction House packed. ocl-Inz.
lEORGE W. SMITH, AUCTIO APA
ur corner of BABSON and 801111( &Mks
BALES EVERY SATURDAY EVENING, -
At 7),', o'clock, at the Auction Store, of
iiollllek ee plng Artzclee, Clothing, Watches, Jovial
ry, Pitney &aides,
L. J. LEVY
THEIR BEAUTIFUL STOCK
FANCY AND STAPLE
1N; CUESTNET STREET
TAIL TO xEAIL DRY GOODS
WE WILL RECTAVE
NOTEst OF THE BANK OF PENNSYLVANIA AT
For goods sold, from thts day, if papnect id made within
tiro tla)s after lurchisoo.
tJUILLOU, ANDERSON, A CO.,
333 (old 147) Market street,
below Fourth—up stair,
Phil.% , Oct 24, Ifor
LADLES' DRESS TRIMMINGS,
AliD KNITTING ZEPHYRS.
NEW GOODS OPILNLD DAILY,
J-G 31AXWELL SON
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL STORES,
1026 CHESTNUT Stro,4t, four doora te-kw Elever.th
And 313 S. SECOND St . below Spruce
FACTORIES —Noe 93 and 07 GEORGE St,
Tenth, and SECOND Street, near talon
°niers nude st few hours' notice
JOHN B. STRYKER, JR.,
Wholesale Dealer in
AUCTION DRY GOODS.
No If: BANK Street, Philadelphia_ oetl-f!=
Q.3ltic,3 an ejitta Marc
NEW STORE. NEW GOODS.
MARXSEN & WITTE.
)rAso.yrc HALL, 713 CIIESTSLT ST.,
HATE ,OW ON 11/ND e
Complete and splendid amortment of WHITE, GOLD
BAND,And DECORATED FRENCH CHINA; RODE.
CRYSTAL, and COLORED GLASAVARE;
BISO, PARTAN, LAVA, and TERRA COTTA. WARES,
besides the greatest variety of
FANCY A . RTICLIIB,
which will be sold at lower pekes than at any eicr.ilar
stare in the United States.
N. B,— Goode loazie to Pasties go. , reiasnatlo
terms. oo .T. 74(