The press. (Philadelphia [Pa.]) 1857-1880, November 12, 1857, Image 3

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' Alitest•thelllnhethsiso. M urray,,• t e assn,
:„„olektif.Ohrlatian Wooster; 'is tuadoebtedly, a male
-kOiroNvt tmpex44ll-I , ;:ey. ,
rad* : Or mmomdmighteand of inp
eiiiiant*ilatitiOadttati to %dude "nue ,to octet that
- t nzuriddle olathes;of. rooletY.F "Her
iiiatre,r6Siseltsif tti*by gmlitoi'ia Wartdatili4unt
lad e - otbildfiredlly' all •iniy,`Attrito-
Rer thannitisleage theileittit tut that'She is
' " ta ' a
439 its roll Ike., „„e ...PrOmen an
afalaaatiltiaria, 4 lWaftatalPg - WAN 000opatidn,
'During the - trlitlde the party she conversed freely
with Wooster,andappessed:qulteoheerfuli laughing
at the sallhthefthetstunsolor the indicating seplies'of
the
,witnetheat'selliti:tsiiathiiliflfeir Yin*, and
.krit'pfesent'is lint" llttie UthittaintiCwith bar .0.4,
although hailidg", -- j - adoordlag•tn hamay:#, Statement,
lived in Philidelphie several,,,yearaitgo. 'Atha Ow
expresses a desire to iefortn f and:apparently is die.
4 ggstgd with The othuseef life, whit% die: has been
finale& for %series of years: • - •
Judge Conrad; inhis olierg.e toile jury, assigned
greatoredittoDetiettriTtefts and the other oftwern
who had taliatilthrt in the 'arrest 'ef the accused
'briakteg up of thtt,',,estitbilehinthlt. The
deed dorivepulditional im portance, from the faot
that this is the drilnstance In widalt,parties hate
erer•beat othithlttrul of, the .olfenoe In _this city.
Witn,4lsmaor, operations :wail:so daring ; and the'
Whole llohetuethibold;qhst the lithethisaity has rea
sokte'Vr' Wailful In , thif Who/4e * thus
so , Pgeltiletiin:httd" theiglible affair.- ' „ •
s 'A.-VMS-IEOI Inthe,',Peere of ,Quailer 'Sessions,
rt,rlMi t • 2 - NM:MI; Rrtlio °Meer of timaity,
- as 11411031 tilbe domzu iss ion of gut *maul tr.an d
443itklISPAPISSIseth Itirket, -JtuPeuts ,,
is itiasu tiallahon 'was bhitrgeel *Wit thrisde
,;•;- winos Ili Sealer itieballbruge' le th an rained
. *•: , • , ,Reirt.Conner; to'llglit it 'duel tit7Politt, Crosse:,
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IIIt7THE'PLOTIINE.
„f,.,F,TTER FROM N.10W;i10128.
porreitri,llls44 ot,''llie Press,] ,
„i.,", ; :=;'. 4 ,,;••Kini;' Von's; Nov. 114.20 P. M.
:tA ' Aitii#6 4 4lotedir•the resolutions of the committee
0-1411,70kr,b010111 pith regard to asecoriqy
e.,,,„ . " ...,
~ 0 * „ ely,to.bang tireillto all, the pievlous
A kilike l- ti,, 4 ;-- '0 4 ,9 0 . 17 4 8. 104 : 144 , p0v4.. 0 loneroett
"•prsigot the Air Xtiek <MY binke.' fe. the
. R4Oa t place, the resolutions have-not been forwardid
yiNitielotol:4 beiiiirsithittlhOroliit,poes' ibly,tead
sin - sknnier F, l l/6,14 3 X.01, - 404 - , - tlii v awtui 4..0.
..kt...... ;• and, in the Pinar Oleo; thelsonks
ofettitiiiiiiii'irticlinkhiliiiii4V. stilt be44,.a.,. '
Dili that tbe.ll l 4WOpra,n o MterflUW„ yAti - iiiisi t ue,
An: spwrrangement by, whip intiy, *ebonite, will
bes*le.to derive a> Nrofni , libiehlirot)t - le to none
out of the pooket of the already eullicitentlyitethis ,
ised-public. it it , older as OMAN that;if'the
iountry,loenks are forced - to ;redeem - Abair 'notes
daily,en. ' . hitmiditito` 'eoilielitleihiti Will be a
renewal .the - disoonnt:Syistens,' that.: ls,' paying
the :141101501.1* - Einle'eneleurtli; - per, cent, for
_ iakiilg:oooutrj ,, POliiir ,ri.3l - Aliztlier oleor that; the
beaks which _refuse _to accede to this arrangement
wilt be discredited, and their notes,sithdagli knit as
g o d, as those-of their more powerful' Attu dictator,
- illibithreinitarthe street to be Shaved by brokers
, i s 0, - -f . p o 4,pescentage.-.-1.4; as - 'I PA teri, ~ they aro
' si ly sicken of State banks,' ideated by pled e , et,
public etwaritbn, Dr l 4,. 9 P's/IYII O 7 BI I why should the
while becompolitil 52 Staid. aioss of 5 to 20 per ocet
on thoie one or Snore of thero,'-boeitiSer a city bank
'Cllregutitrodlietodit s4 them for not - obeying orders,
-
• Hefeli another of the beits4.o Of enspellsion taken
away-- - another ,iiillitee_ottirciken faith"withllse
; publio,anotheiproOr, or that "IlLiour i e" , ^t-444.05 0 - .
leg , leibkiltebe .talto3.•--YlhlOhllB6, eon pursued'
by the bank re ee_Able ray All'Air eage•the first now
— et warnin .....tooislscoado& ----20,- - 4, 44 , 47 ta,.._
,- - ihrtsublto intotesti tsar etuterseed,,
anderhere.tbey,oltsehed with 'three of; Chi 'Unite,
g stgoili is je'beelifisthieisik sinoiltieed: itiilAtie leer,
, alseuts.dSpodibultict, and 'isihredlid” as; 7e suited'
the whim SOd/i4rieti Of life liirik *peals, If
this last iniquity is submitted 'to, I shall be , as
„,,tionimited,,,, 'rr, , ... 1,.'- .1 ~-•:: , , ~ . Y =',./-
Awaiting the arrival of. theArabia„ - the Money
"k , ''013#1114tr , iti , 1i14 1 441764 !'•':Witli 'regard; to leans at
tttAi t y, bilitire'nene but the Most 'Oxiellent &Nitrifies
`,..!"!eireleoloel 3 • - lit 'for:a 'lndnient,7ind o,e,:thei street
r y , 1 if,3,04,1411,C..,:a0,"*Ptigt.g? are ,quite IS rob*
• sWirolist, OS' evoroit **oats of; roles,: Foreign
' Exchange is thalami lower. ;Ali Speedatlin is at
. &Aga still: Until the arrival of the Arabia, new
4 1 - y due . out to-day 6605,691 in
- ,
' , -"The - triniitetions at the sub-treittniy were:
- ;;;.', tteelipts3lo7,676: 6 B;P4s'lnnent4s l o2, sBlll ; be
,.. ,ilisisites,:; , 4siBol;7B2:s2, ...'neireeeipts it the cestom
- liaise to- day-fur duties sfiris44,oo9, ' • =- - --'
-1,),, falividivehid.'l,ll4t '6 , lntetif our, delegable' Visits
areresolte4lo restune apple payments, forthwith.
• .I 16:1783` . 08 to judge:hew Mu* faith' iii• to - lai'pat
in the'ruther. ' The.; "010 r, reason, ,Wl4 ,it stay be
trueAlaat by doings* they may:damage the ip,..
‘ , 1040 1 06,0f 4lie nen4oonfermlstinstitutions,- and thug
- • i,derivo. , :ai_pazeonat Advantage:- - The bi de of the
Grant* . Bank 'Of Connestiont, are. salt to-bare
been thrownetaitittitii Bank of Suffolk . this morn-
P- hig:-"'The battlileaniliie One,' and 1 bolers - many
•c - of its bills.iire in OfiittlatiOn” in ibis , 'and other
Oldie 'The liaio42. titataktieops.have been with
drown flees . the selktreeacry_ mad custom house ;
;therebeiegio further fear of invasion.
N;,,Thr stook Market was ,moro buoyant thier MOM
'', be , Itillinaliiharea • advardo& donsidorably. at
the First Braitt,", ' , Earl.ll - 0.- Y. Central 1 - 54' Pa
.‘"inime 15:;; - '051110iiiand (Waage 25;: Clisitland and
, 0 Toledo 1.5;,; Nohigitegouthern, co 'stook lf; D.
;;4 . 101.104441_31q40512 Central 15,, ,At tbe•Becond
r .nwra_, Beadbig closed it 35; Eri t 141
''''' O'Mara at 701 ; and.llllDols Cent r a lat 89. • There
wasiedo Inirited -, varlation in the stook and share
-',.:. 'I4IIW FMK swim Isoickluot SAT , ItS, Not. U.
II i 7. ' , . , •(-1;. , v ' , ..i. , ".% - f.'f FIRST -HOARD: ' ; „ I
1 4 .12406 24.04-0 , 1090 "" 62 ' 1150 - Ern liattrokit c •15
~ 5 4 -:soool4lliiiiirktoli -; 7231 100 ' - do, .-! s 8 1,41;
_ 4000 Oil 8t Is 75 - 03 350 „ do - ' c 141 j
-Well l 8trk...552 "-Oak •60. ' ; do MO, 16x
MOO N, 7 1 1 1141fi f6o' • ',97 -. 160' ," do , • '" s9' 147,;
2000 ST Y 5t6j46 , 60"-091 " 10631arleialt ' - 7
' " - MON li t cron If "r" - att " . 27 mead pia - . 16
0000 ' . ; dii - 4 .; ';82,4i lettfteiviing It • blO 35X
40 , ';e4Statiteltlitisibd no -, -200`- ; ; - "do, " ' ,Ai 30
11000 Erie 00d 47Y- - ,-. -'I29R ;100•;;• ;do • e 86
• WOO Erie bd. , p.s. L. 7-14- , 100. .do ~. ' ; 2.1. 35%
't sooollarteMletnt ":110-I,' at ;'•• do ' ' . ,-- e 86,1 -
I• - 000 Barteraldbir j", 6.1.' - 60& ' --; de:' `'"rao" a%
3000 111 017bds "' ' 'BO . 100 0 149-Quiskeiyll - 60
OM 'faltallatrole It 60 2 , 320 Mich 8 16
•i.' 0/ 000 61 7 9 9 P/4/4 9104 7 1 CC. 100 -; ' - 'de- , s; - 630= 10g
- 1
' 10 Merehants Ilk 91 291 do " ' ~ --183(
.kt, „ 5 Metropoistaa at 63)4 100 • 'di -1.30 UK
6 do ".." - coo , ' 60 "do " - ; ley
28 Btoyresantlns Oo 87 ' 60 do 630 17
80/Bsoasolls Land 0•3 .2 • 60: -' do ' ; 107;
- , 9, 28 Dalt .19tid 00 •" ' 199/ ' 60 . " -do - ' 17
3....12 ,' :{nesl Id ;0 :Vt. • ' 29X 40 Si 84
CA Pu s sx-dir- 86 ~ 150 kh 82N.Iptf ,
do 35
, -59.125 Otunbd Coa1.00;- , :7- ; -Do '- ; ;do • - , 35x,
• - 200 do tAio Ix 466 do , ' - BM
...', 10 21 Y Oen lt, is .1 --: oh 101 , •do - 830 3.6 b,
100 do 's - 16 - 80,4 100 do 830 36
60 "do. " .-.. 420 62 '• 12 Panama It - 79
sao do! , c egyi at' • ,' do -'' 19
,
i , ' , 336 do '-; • o' 70 50 ' - ;do bee 80
26 do , 14 70 50 do 1,30. 6034
'no ; • ,do ; 480 09X 100111 Can ' " 18 80
100 ~. 0 0.. -a7. '7O . DO do 410' 87-Y
\
190 " do ,' blO 70,K 15 Cl., Clol&Oln It 85
" .10. ' ;do • ' - is 70,14 'le Oal Ss Ohle. It 69
,1 90 -" do , . eS. VOA ,60 do, - • e3O OS X
-• sioo , - -dc. l, _ '- sr - vox 60, do ' 530 sex
4 .., 460 '•,,' di,— ". ",- 4 -10 X 4300 OUT& Tol it ;sa :39,4
403111 & Miss 1949 100 , do ~-'s3o sox,
50 I,aorosse Er.1)11.1 .5 •OX 220', -; de - , 13. 31%
125 ...; ;de: :' '-: -.631. -'66 • • `de ;;";-; `- iB4
Li L -•'; '.; ;•' r- ' * - 'BiOOND HOARD.' ':-
5030 yent. (1,3'90 , t• 1 62, 50.14.1(001318. i; ea 7 034
6060 Alyinite Ps un 00% :: 60 , 0 ..,-o;;•410 .4 ~,,i ear 0004
11001, N THAW, 96,-,101 60;i ,;;;;;;;, do,',; - It At 70
24500 lodise - a 13t 2)its 60,,,,,, 50, t.• ; A4lO • -...;_i 080- 701.
1000 In On bats 80 .810 ,; ;, do •,-, ,' I 5,& 70%
2000 .:0o .' ' , 801.; .160,-;?, •do .71 ;-,
10000, • de, , . ..,,-. 1 •833,f, .350,- ..• ... do ~..' ,t b 3 16;;; ,
' 4000 Ilsriin Ist re " 110 100 d o -20%
i
‘ llOOO Erie liondkvic-,40.• 200 11040.1ag It - - 1: 1 3
;_ 86 ,
.-- 8000 Elio eon 11 3D 20 111 Gee B. i - • m• .-,-.086
1000 Erie 54 m bde 461,, , 100 Oler &Mot It 140 raix, ,
75 Nrtosina 118 ;.;- s GO - , :60 ~• ,-;‘ de 1 - . -,.00 811
110 Pthirear Oial,cl;,,TA: , 60 ;; :.;. do--: •.:b8 8410
75 Canton Co -10.1 t, 00. . , 1,--A., - ~,.: -34 x
175 Carob noils"94.t 5...,;. TAX' ..- ....1.KL6.0 &MI .6X
091. do '• "-F-(14 0, ';1)11 J50,,%:'': , do. ISIV-..1 I ,
'' ' 4 lo'FaCific 31118 Co 66 10 Afil &Mb it -• 120;
.; 6 , Oler Cql 4, 4:111421S - 86 : 15:81.16147488 filet- 86
''' 6.2 Isla'ltalleoad
_,-..4. 9 .14- 'lOO D 0 30.19
40,0 1004QabsoYA‘ _ 5 0 54 ~,;-, . ;:-, ',
•• esterstsys ; , . ...., -,, ''-;
- 0,44`..As PP ai , --frile irt a rrtikdifttiet tit liotlf lands;
- sales of Pots,#* - .2.5r,„„,,..„. at 144 0 , The
stook consists of' 91 704 $ 91 L isd kBtr i opi% Jsearis.
0a1erate5,113, 1 0,0 41 ,04 -401204 , ~ , , , 5 ,•,4, , ,,,,,ii -
( '''''' l , '-. Orillso:T lss market , at private trelserester;
, ~; 4 1.ini by dullsiess„enti,depressionitliverdy-trinsee
, tine being 85 bane of ,Gouts Moo ate lleisifusd 50
f. 'taste of Java at 100. - By #100bni!" . 9 4 .06: 416 4 11:of
i BIC sold at 95,11i5t,' 0 ,- ‘ , 2 4g0 Ii 81 4 1110ibiffn 0 git do ;,
'aline of 1111b ' ;. " ' " ti l ilo --- 1 ifrlgrra ii
. :" , _".._"o - oiVo2i6entriiii •it y-8 , ' 0' la ai g ;
'Uplands and lts for„Kiiii Urbear, The mice Ode
.-..,.. morning era . a . the Stock bo grisly 4 00 boles.
Ftotnt, /40.4, laifidultratiAlriffahl o iiiiite,wl,
- canal A 9.11.4
_', 8 lanai and **Eastern ant ship:
ling i : deciiinnurioreiiii biaoo - ilietter, pidincsim,l4
,;,_ i ill - ttittsl4 , F,l2,lB - 1 4- 1 112 80 0 0. Wfxd r / , "
' 4'44 ilWa ,-PfaiD` - * -0 ,i8 7 4D .10i.sztraisloi..$8. MIS,
. t i t,,for,iatiSrAie,istdiat oi tt i rtig ei sPifltl ar ;" l
ttaatratte r i 3 O- 41 1 40 -: • fiS l 4s 4 o2 ° k
444,11111a$146itertpr=5,
..4 , ; , 16 .,, ,_,,
for eV I,onies; ','',
, fiviiiOPO - hall_ ''-- '" F'='l'.-- , '- " , i, , --t, 1 1, ,
, ~
llstAdifitiblit. ,I,lozatlessAinulyoAwiritti s
4.9 , .. set4443lraton4o l 4o 4l .4Xlatii i rl i ttlitir ,
' fft , ' ,41.0.,44016-0144dukt041610,11-*; ut.
A
lasistittitlitileatitrenld is Moro iSti, u ;
s - ' - ;sif-400&bble set $8.105640 for o,ie3 iii
.-,..pigiltiitimovitip,'4ol , ll(46o , 444l,,rig,
~-., via*ll..V.,, tjt-p-
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„di 051P, - )4 - hir, ~ -"ds: ;-', 21'4.4199 1 / 4 - 1s ••;:c; td; t o 79 I.L
„0 , ,,,51ir WC
5
, "The - nook. . ere is moderate, the:da y reel as
falling intiotrithdt..lidlitil of ithe WOlitr some time,
and, the reoent.hteatr,•-in the earikifiil 48/100/Y
`9 414 11/34tIgitfatfl ' ' '''' "
474 1 00 r: *A*4l4 ll ll !at 4 4
.1 5 ' - 4 °
1 111ost ,i. nfest; sairdi,
_.eferjost t r ,4 0 1 4 1 4
BressitrwinsAlllB.76.-„,theirwinsts
lat sl.B7ias2 per 1001alge, , ' : .....• .'e ,•-•:,-- ••
• '''''e'ils'"4ll.4,7l24saldititattstlisio ta, a
break. in ..thielit dirts 4, modetape ,
The Uttlilitlis ' ustive; Mat t *
The sillTchre ,099 httiliebytt_ , t
vivv,
Rotithern' rea,
,111.60aVt.56 - Mr I , f, Lei On
111412br imilderAo, sl..olfor hillwilWit gugi iy
.der white Indiana $ 1.52 for choice w its a •
1 ROilinifirltiVidaersniider .1,090 boa
grrir "14eOtiCb and
'Kls3slorOrlrn, better
for 44,
for State.- - •-,_ .- • .
ill Ann, 04 in ,fnlr'dentesid at 7 - 511564;
auras 7 8,109 bus.,t7ey malt is Arm et 88&
1000.
,Corn is in mull doolpsittik is batter; the arri
vals are twitted ; sates of 20,009 bugutl , 7lll77lio
ito Westerzraised in store and delivered; 790 for
Western a llow , and Slo for &augment yellow. • ,
73141 ,..4, ) i. woo is good for Shipping, and-the
14 11 1 7 it f ,ltrollillii , oo* of Isoo . baits 50a
Mk. petits/ . - - •.: .
NATAL stows—idtts-Itnepentine is • stetii9;
but the 'demand it , tedllmyers are holding,
book, antis! sting lolgat raid:is—salmi of 200 ibis in
alltt2 at 40deash, - and a small lot in poor
Art at Crude.icineAtir, ,4 but
A banged—Alm 0:150 Mils soft Worth
Meg , 43.0 per „2110, lbs.,- , couriptosOlgAn is
itiWand more stotive,silis of 1,216 blits,:tiflo,et,
at $1.15 per 310 Ruh delivered by vessel ., lite)no•
dingo qualities are stilt rather oulet. 'We' aull o
ail to note sales *We, 01119 151 rbffittgt - No: 1- fat
't3. 6 per 280 lbs. sine grades are dull mid prides
boor the buyer.
,24 :r Lila limited glquest, hist' pridde are, witliont
further 01$41g,sales 110 bids Washingteu 'then,
, at 12 pet. rdiii rielirered.. Pitch is quiet at $1.8731a
IR per t% ~
. ( 0 7 4., niarket generallp log all desorltt
tattlsilett , '
languid, and priotatire decidedly in
lessedesfaverlrhenediesage mediferideiht hat
t,ts
,t 49- ots,tkerpicilear-disphispiKte'reduhd
ariihat a* *orellaktitifinkilit ilr
eronieM Xiniffitateeinailtni time - 010A -' S'
Liusted,"oonide g the late season and general'
:depreatdon,-, in all, kinds of bueineas, is, fairly in
sinned for,: but riees ;tat, "(Mite irregular and
made to silt the °attendee of sellers. Sales aro
making all the ways, from 57 to 62e, pergallopi-:
cash, in casks and in barrels. The supply is ample,
hence the depression. Crude 'Whale is quiet at
828.65 a. Refined winter bleached is in fair request
'A. tf,g4a 8 §04.4 Ittenths. -
~:!- : ~ „
Venn is' dull and hoary'. The last sales
at tbilistet *ere at' $1 tier gallon, 'clash, but moat
of eke impartial are reluctant to well at ao low a
rate. ~. This is a lower Syne than it has reached for
a long periodi , and Manufacturers now would do
well to avail thisseives orthe 'present' depression.
Manufaetfiredt Li dellineat $1.40i51.45, 4 months,
for natural and bleached sperm.
Olive 'is hilitrilted demand id $3.121a54.121, 4
months; feur quarte and pinta—sales Of 100 arks at
these figures. pO t id oil is langffi4 and onto ir
regular, maging•Froze 600. to $l.lO cash; and 4
nu*, 441 to ittlaltty. Red oil is dull and nominal.
Tallow is a Shade easier—sales 16,000 lbs. at So
dash. Campbene and fluid are lower—axles of the
former at, 411450., and of thb latter at 48a500.
Cob. ' - ' •
Poomiotto.—There to little thong° to note in
the value of pork ;, the ,demand ie Tolr WO of
150 bble. at 819.75 for men ; $18.25 for thin Meet;
$20.504.521 for clear, and $16410.25 for prime, the
latter :tomtits!.
Beef is in fair request and is unchanged ; the
errivqs ate moderito; sales of 130 bids at $5.25a
47 for country prime, s4aslo, 50 for do moss, $l4
for re•paoked western toms, ;$l5 for do extra,
$l3 10 for Vermont mess, end , 414,50 for „extra
Nermont do.
Primo mess is in moderate demand at 22a25.
Beef hams are 81m. Sales of 30 bbls at sl4a.
;16.50.- Necton is in fair demand' at 12ia130, and
not plenty.
Oat meets and scarce and wanted ei So fr
abouldein and 10 10 for barns. Engludi mi -
dies nothing . transpired ; prides are nominal.
'Dressed hogs are in fAir demand it Ofitio, and
not plenty.
Lard is buoyant; the stook is verylight—sales
0f,15013b1s and tes at 124130, and 100 kegs at 1310.
Butter 10 in feirdennandat 12‘1134 for Ohio, and
Hann for State.' OheaMul weleghle at rano. Eggs
aro in fair request at t4alfio per dozen,
6m/elm are liteadj , this morning ; the trans
actions are as yet small. neighs/ transactions' f
yesterday waren) hhas of Cuba unmoved° at 51a
To,
_and 100 thde Porto Rico at Oal.
lYntsite't-'-The,demand is fair and the . Market
is flint; sales of 200 bide at 22a220.
Senterree el Frederic Criers far Killing Oscar
de ftrauval—Eiteaordinnry Scene In vein.
[From the New York livening Yost Of yesterday.]
DHPORIE CHIRP JOITIOR E. D. D. OHDEN AHD MOO.
austiers DORM.% OIIIPPITH6, "MID 0AR
,R1,231741-
t~.the•'opening of the Hudson county (N. J.)
Court of Oyer and Terminer, this morning, every
'aVallable - lath of-space 'was occupied by persons
aurdolaito Witintee the senteripe of Frederic
who had been - oenvidtedef ifienslinghter, In cans
ing the thistth of Near de Oranral by shooting
bltn with a pistol. A very largemajority of theta
present were 'ladies, who , seer' to have become
wpeehilly interested by. the youth and goo d loehs
of the unfortunate yoning gaban. , °neva s father
in, brother, and ithe counsel; sat by his side.
After the ferrnaft of opening the court, Judge
Ogden arose to ; peas 'titintenee. (nave, patd the
mostonarked attention to his words„ but betrayed
no axtranniiriary emotion during the address. •
- Thejudge begin by, remarking upon this, the
eledig mimeo!' "s Yong trial, bad absorbed
the attention of the oommunity to an unwind de
gree:. He then spoke of the true objects of man
isliment ae he under/teed - them, which were not
only to protect the community by preventing oriole,
but - Wilder= the criminal, and then quoted the
statutes giving -the, , court discretion in cases of
- .l.% • =i tu i ti m'in the power of the court
eioeeding ton eery 6 /. 7o Triroseri gl ifine o no'l m ose t
thkts i 1 b6O:- be ty would not & neeord-
WSO-tb.lild .XftakiaLot..oll Ojeda
or replilisainth, peat the requirements etfuon es
,14 po oaken Ma of hislependent. - pymtlenowie the'
prisoner, but his father, would 'have to- near the
burden of-the fine, - sid he (Judge Ogden) bad lit
tle faithdri theedleicy of vicarious punishments,.
administered by human tribunals.
The judge -next' adverted to the fast that peti
tions in mitigation of punishment bad been sent in
by a large amniber of respectable eitirens.of the
nounty,,and also by:a large number of matrons,
ladies and mimes, who, having had their spivs
thiat excited, say they have calmly considered all
the ,eireumstances of the ease. He was himself
the father of three eons, older than the Prisoner,
who had ,peeped safely through• the sultan:tents
and temptations of early youth, and if Ida o'mpa•
thies akque Were to be consulted be should be in
favi Orttatorifig the prisoner to the arras of his
parents and:friends ; but he was a Minister of the
law, sworn to administer it impartial, and he
thought in a Ointe.ei voluntary homici de a mere
tine would be wholly
,inadequate, for the reasons
already giyen.-
'This view of the case, however, was net shared
'by his asimintes, who bid overruled him, and be
would, nottptioconid te:.pronounoe the soutonie of
the majoHrity:of thwoourt. • •
• The prisoner was th en ordered to stand up, and
the judge addressed Mut briefly, Ma/rig-that belied
been conyloted of manelltighter in taking the life
of a mart; and that-the sentence of the court was
that he be toed $l,OOO and the costs of the
court, and stand committed until the name shall bo
paid.
• Upon the announoemenfof this light sentence, an
enthuslastio buret of applanwi,broke forth among
the audience, which the offeers Wereitot able for
several minutes to ouppresii.' Cuev a threw himself
into bit! father's arms, embraolig and kilning him
repeatedly, and then embraced each of his counsel,
and shook handa with the ladies , who passed round
with congratulations. -Tor a few minutes all tba
dignity of the ethirt.room seemed to bavedeparted.
Mr. aim senior seemed to be espeolally happy,
inn the eyes of Mani, ladies were filled Wi th titan.
Order was at length restored, and going thieve
vaa taken beak SO jail. gto father and little bre the r
then entered a earriage inn were driven to the
New York Hotel, where Mrs. Clove remained on
account of illness, lo inform her of the happy re
sult. By this time the flue and oasts, amounting
in all to about $1,600, , aro. undoubtedly paid, and
Otieva sot at liberty.
Hospital easi.--Yasterday morning a man
named Oillespio, while intoxicate d had his feet
mashed under the wheels in the Western' rogine
house. Re *as taken to the Pennsylvania Hos
pittd. ' • ' • z
CITY ITEMS.
A Cies or WAIIT REpIV.YRD.—A 0080 Of desti
tution, ocentlytrought to our notice, that occurred in
the upper part of the city, and which is doubtlees but
a type of many limiter ones 'now in our midst, and
which are, In fact, of almost daily occurrence at all
'threw, In large cities, will efree to show the wisdom of
.those in need relying upon rightful• mean* of relief, in
stead of resorting to the violation of law.
A Sabbath-ephool teacher, connected with hfr,llevg , s
March, Whtle on hie way to the post of his ditties on
last I3abbath week; observed two cleanly,' but poorly
attired little girls spading upon s corner. Peeling an
interest in the children, he Inquired of them ft they
were in the habit of attending Sabbath school, to which
they replied, that formerly they hod, but that they
ware now without suitable clothes.
• 'The gentleread ascrirtilinedtheir residence, and on
the following day advised his wife io call and &asinine
the condition of their home, which ells did, and found
:that .. .46* jilltappreuiince, poifertf had indeed laid its
relentleethatiff Upon them, sl thoigh the mother , of the
elkilften—who ,iiell - every appearance of boring known'
uttolAirpijohisci# I Olife—stomed Itidiekeectio mho
.0 4 ,, ,i4ii p i ii i i ,i; 4, kui. ?hoer, but said that they but
itumerly restilwatilhe country, and that iamb coming
to the . lltt they bay} hawse ' , rely much ;edit*, tat
'llearbei baibaudbididtko been absent from hems for
tifx weeks lytejalsaliiari r arn switethhig, but that in all of
that Mirth* litutinaly been ambled to send her three
•
qltare.- , --`; , . • : , -, *
Ike itataatick 'oit ' laatertni" Mesa. tepreienfatlons,
Eli sfrK (tithe blue a felt gars afterwards. .Believing
1 , that the rasa WU deserving, he resolved to linear their
real condition,. and he accordingly. allied itia'clttelitif , ft
(31P4Idit:iltettitiAl(f.hadPlk • .9eogillitlifk at lite for
Jtrirdflindclitidion, th e pi ng clienrastances of
theandnatit extorted s confesslon.r.lboating Into tears ,
abe sobbed out titl iiiiio;•bniten accents, tbab
ao,aspg, lei* Boa time la tor, life,. the lint • tor
e i aidan tOheat trying for brad, and she
bedlam, to glee them„ Her rioiono @Una et once
00, lees 'um antßobiat titandsti.,^iiilat with food for
Allard days , and rafteslo,ll, Alet eialabolLe Howard Asia
aMen at As - la %lAA i
ease occurred and
tieroi4ti which beetroots heiesiter will be unifo rmly
. 6. , A4 . 6,6* 6 4,
The ofP
pra?ti# benevolence Mist has been
*lota by ANT sisc4iiiiiioa:s, which hare bean forming
cif; for 1,T11 1 4 lriVam Dpi PI, It eta
-MOO* Ortiet ofiti •Tor, somPOUP.IirO, sedoiSsilos
talt,te assiste sic ifsgiclii!ww' 11, 0 6 a t et Edwin doing
IliWessistiowi4ierr:
!----thi,reikisiiimen I
ormsoreisito , wig ;11140 , stftiensant @aerobia to their
ittilibla ier old" lbananidetten equate i no data sums
iii OotOilia - 0 portion of
Aliln4 4 oiial4Pt4 4 l - .- 44 /0i4 4 4 / 6 44 " 1i f * Dint
OlgtonliAlbeiglit,'la Co q S. "1011104 a *,14 0 02t
' 4 ; l44 Wlitklrittiiir Oat aoilittneenWAA t or
fV1 4 1.0 14 %.,t4r., 0 9 0 1 .10009 0 ""
f steak is lossoissel sdso 3,l
tout s nelson; bat fabrics; latest etyies,
wriA__; oo /4 gs.. i tpricsi, Usti Oise** IS l otisin tag all
5 10 ( M i .itt ; •
. . . . _
WitYlattOtta
LIVERSOOPL,fhip 'Philadelphia, 125 pkgem4se gel.
'art & Brol_S do W Ifolleo & Co; / do Wright Broil do
Co ; 4 dd W P Matadi & Co - ; 2 do Dotal &LcOatlif ; 2
do Thoe Mellor; I do B Richardson; 1 do W &Sower
de Son ;. 2do Meatin & Bennett ; 8$ do . Wray 4.l4n
bei; I do 3 II Sliloon ; I do Shaffner Siegler 4Co ; ado
101 win iooo • 76 do W W4aorl. &No ; 1 doltobt RAM;
Idodnittee'dt atelnii. 4 X nittem 84 11 do k
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so, 6dota& w• 0 TATIot; li p lr Ulu& M e :
Itionordo; 50 too Soda 4lddt Xdo aim, • ,
do 43 NV Otinoll o ol4 dr, Ca; 9 pitge, dw it 0 •
lea; I do II Matto ; /do Jesse Imr. ,• 4do Newlin Mar.
Mall & Oo ; 1998 sante Salt AlO5 Noll 316 tote do II
Biadala ic Co; l i t4 i Vii? 8k W Wileb ; 235 Nile
Sheet ,1! X d , 1361 tote INTO? Robbing
& 0.6; 490 de rura,b i ,g Jo. tette ;, 92151,.39mit0 Oar,
reit &&it, 7 do .T . n..... on ; I.,44iiViroodi.
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PHELLONIPTILL NOON ON mos,
Rowinn A. Smut,
Wasssa mrta
ai or iss Moira.
soit, OP,, , , „.6
11110.6%
AS Ifitlifirohatitsi b i z ramp, 4 . 41akp401,
*Ship Sirocco, roc 'Liverpool, eooe
®hip Op. piggtpiff, rows Boa ri4iatro, sizonA,
$1144#4,011 tuts.
on* er
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3—aus ONT 3 4 67
tliGtr Ark! ............ li „so
mati*xn.- • • • •
tathlue4 /Diamond 8 doiril
gin„. • , •
`ti'hitihdins 4 days frowt • New, Yeti, irk
marble to 9 & Co. • 1
0111,yo,rd, 2 day from x4wpot, ,
50y1;11,4FL0111.11 tilr. 44141i0a Lea. '
,
lielxit`l" SI 'dorm; Caw th orn, 3 Asia from Seaford, Do t. ,
with grain *Bewley, Wilson & .
,
Orplitdia 'Chose Don'
8111 P 8 149%.P0 r 0. 8 0..* , • I
Ship &law} , Landoll, Wor rapal &
Fehr Berson , Dendersons, - New 41isl D :
stetson &Mot ' _ • I
- tBohr Oddrice, 0 0dfro7t / RV. W l ' s ; 4 "Vt ci t I I
Bohr IthelLo;Jasititiao, st IVA
Bohr Parriviiho liplidi• • I
Steamer lormer, kioriolir bid 4. Giered x , Zr,'
t ' ••' k . 't 7 I •
- -(enfreelPOndenee of the Philadelphia, Cr
LEWPP. Del.: Non. edif
The following vessels rentaln In harbor: peg J W
Drlsco, schra Roe, 8 R Atkins, W R Newcomb, and
steamer Wm &Bowman. A Peet wont to sea yesterday,
and but lbw light Nara la the bay upward bound. Wlnu
NNW, accompanied with
Pours, ito, WM. M. HICKMAN.
(1/1 , 1111X0RAP8.)
(Correspondence of the Philadelphia Exchange.)
OAPEISLAND, Nov. IL 5 80 P M.
The pilot btiat Johnligiliden cattle in at 2 &Mock this
afternoon, atter having pet a pilot on bowl the Maker
alp Pt,llfidelphio, from Livorpoolonow off this plum
going in. Nothing in eight'ontward bound, and but few
volatile at the ffmakomter. Wind north—weather clear
and cool.
Town, ho., THOS. B. RI:MEWL
RitiaLLlM.l,
(Correspondence or The Press.) -
WILIKIMOTOX, Nor 10.
The barguentine Col John Mcßae, hound from this
port to Liverpool, has put back tasking badly; will dis
charge and. go on the ways.—To Niwood Walter, Esq.
00.1.01.101T0N, Noy. le,
arrived, steamship Memphis, New POrk.
(Ootyeepoudenee of The Prem.)
Maas De GUM, Nor. 11,
lire boats' left hero this Atoning, laden and con.
styled as follow':
Ju Darratt, Jr t bark, sum, &a. to Poplar street
wharf; John lumbar to Malone & Taylor; Ilyder
Ally, pcg (root to Wllmligtork, Del, and bark to order; .1'
D Dianaer W./1W Fronk, arligagite coal to Delaware
ISAISIORANDA
Steamship Baltic, Comstook, from New York Ith tog.
for Liverpool, was seen A. DpBtlt, 16 miles south of
South Shoal.
Ship Lady Tillewd:Aeon, Young, from Calcutta for
Beaton, was spoken 16th alt '
lot 1 46'16, long 46 30 W.
Ship ArneriCan Oongrese, Blather, from London, Oct
11, artived'at blew York yertcylsy, reports: Oct 19, Ist
49 55, long 13 51, exchanged signals with 'hips Thorn
ton and Pomona, bound to the eaavesed. Oct 20, lat 48
15, long 19 55, exchanged signals with Br ship Mita,
bound east, Oct 24,15 t 46 63, exchanged signals with
Br ship Pett4,ll4ll, bonild east. Oct 24, lat 45 23, long
kt 24, at f..A M, two seelmen, genry King and William
Math, fell fromthe fore royal yard 04 deck , and received
such merlon injuries tooanse their death.
Ship Flying Beale, Bates, In Hampton heads from
Chinch* , Wands, experienced several gales during the
gahsage, sprung a leak) and threw overboard we of the
cargo.
•
Barque Tyrlngham, Rowel, from ()sleuth forßoaton,
was spoken 15th ult, lit 12 N, long 45 W.' •
Barque gazelle, Duel!, from Barbados' and Trinidad,
arrived at New Haven 9th Inst.
Brig Ochivla Woodward, Chase from Jacksonville,
arrival at Port an Platt Oct 00, to load for OW*.
BHg Robtßaed,Jotosson, from Alexandria for Harbor
af•cet NW, pot Into a John, HS, Otit Inst. with Mill.
.niast sprung.
Brig Beronda, Hoyt, trout Richmond, lira, arrived at
Proviasoce 10th Inst.
Behr* C L Couch, Robinson, and ju B mon, Love,.
tog, hence, and loop Aretio, Smith, from Wilmington,
Del, at /Lattimore yeatenbly
Behr* Jamet 1 Samuel, Reeve, and Geo. 0 Raker,
McLaughlin, hence acriyed at Richmond 10th Inst.
Pohnelff P Corbit , Rosa, his S Hewitt, Beu, and 00 B.
Wiusnsore, tor Ehiladelphis, sailed from Pro
'Mono 10th inst.
Sala Ontario, VansMier, for Delawsre City, 011104
Cron:4lla Mier 9th inst,
Bchr Tezineuee, Wooster, hence at St John, NO, 6th
tot.
Behr If R. Weston,loy, from Wilmtogton, NO, kr
rived at Norfolk 9th hot,
klebr 0 8 Oaretalrs o Bowers, hence, arrived at Ursa
nab 7th inst.
Bohr Connecticnt, for Philadelphia, sailed from New
Raven 9th inst. -
Behr Romp, Mayo supposed for Philadelphia, /salad
from gall River tith
..rtiohylpiplitagiltotLfroln ;lighten for 13althnore,
Pm". from PM/soap - Ma, arrived oars
itour - n - a - suwtoo, for Philadelphia, nailed from New
Haven 9th lust.
SAPhvalrit & Role, for Philadelphia, went
mi Se t h la r
9 A th nu i st i l
taataitoM Chastiaten Bth inst..
Behr Monteannts, McAllister, cleared at Baltimore
10th Init. for Philadelphia.
Bohm Charm, Starr, for Wilmington, Del, and Ahnira,
Pedrick, for Burlington, NJ, cleared at Baltimore 10th
asst.
Bohr A 'Arrell, Rigging . , for Philadelphia, cleared at
Boston 10th inst.
- .
llchr U ilrrightlngten, Wrlghtington, hence at Fall
River 9th lust.
Bar L II Endicott, Yanklrk, hence at Newport 7th
Instant.
Schrs Wm .2 Stevenson, Maus; Alexander liendemon,
Godfrey; John 0 Henry, Fenton; J Marmon, Jr,
Whugroore, and B B Ashamed, Godfrey, from Provldence
for Philadelphia, were la Dutab Island Harbor gth inst.
Bohr Oyelone, Ball, at New Bedford Bib lust. from
Delaware City.
ISEEICISLLANY
Ship,Orpheusi which cleared yesterday for gong gong,
has a cargo or 1523 tons coal, and sdndry pkgs mdse.
- Ship Armorial, which cleared yesterday for London,
him on board a cargo comprising' 200 'hisdl, 81 tierces,
131 bbls sugar, 200 ISOM 807 Ws Molasses, 150 tcs beef,
500 bads lamp black, 2682 bags all cake, 100 do clover
'tad, 24 cases, nuts, and 2 boxes mdse.
tlehr Ma, May, (of gookland) Mills, where from or
bOUnd not stilted, ran (onkel drifting log night of 4th
hut, about six miles from Cross Island, and sunk in
about half an hour. The crew left ib their boat, and
arrived safely at Machimport.
Sept 17, lot 27 8, long 4731 X, ship Meteor, (Yr) from
Mauritius for Mai 6 dayS on;.
bth twit, tat 30 80, long 68 20, ship Katandin, Perry,
from jlostou for !tow Ottawas,
Oct 21, tat 4646, lono 2520, ship Zurich, N York.
Nov 0, lat 41 10, long 61, ship Constantino, also°.
duck, from New York for Lirerpool.
NOTICE TO MARINERS
LICHT-Hones AT run Mourn or Minn it VD, Oar-
Goa Issuitroar.—Notioe L hereby given, that enand
after the 10th day of October next, a light will be /W
-hited in the light-honse recently erected on the South
Sands, at the month of Umpqua River. The light is a
aged White tight of the third order of rresnel, and ele
vated 100 feet above mean sea level, and should be coon
from the deck of any see-going vessel, in clear weather,
16 nautical or 171 i 'statute ninon, The stritetare con
sists of lokapdr's dwelling, of atone, with a tower of
brick, white washed, rising above 1, and surmounted by
an iron lantern painted red—the entire height being 92
feet. The latitpdo and. longitude and magnetic varia
tions of tbg ifght,ras given by the coast survey, are:
latitudeiS deg, 40 min, 20 see N, longitude 124 deg, 11
min, 031 w W, magnetic variation 28 deg 65 Ain B,
(July, BM.)
By, order of the Lighthouse Board.
IIdETMAN BACHE,
Meg, ,Topog.l. Engineers, lit, Major.
Office Twelfth Light-honae District, Sin Francisco,
Cal., dont 22,
tLOTIPB 11A11130R, BEACON LlGHT—Huntington Bay,
„Long bland Sound.—On the evening of the lath day
of November, 1857, a Fixed Light or thedth order eats-
Ceuta° of the ayatern of Yresnel, Illuminating an arc
of 350 degrees of the horizon, will be exhibited for the
&St time, and every night thereafter, from sunset to
sunrise, in the tower recently erected on the ;southeast
point or Lloyd's Neck, and north aide of Buntington or
Lloyd's; harbor, in long Inland hound. Tho tower is al
feet high, built of brick, and the light will have an ele
vation of 48 feet above the mean level of the Bound.
The Keeper's dwelling, which it attached to the tower,
is palbted white. The approximate potation of this
light is latitude 40 deg a 4 min 48 sec north, longitude 73
deg 25 min 45 see west.
11, order of the Light•llouse Board,
7 0. WAN% Lieut. of Doers
Engineer's Office, Third L. R. District, Nor - York,
October 31,1867.
ROURSTIO POETS
NEW YORK, Nov. 11.—Ar ships William Rothbone,
Pratt, Sunderland; Gennauta, Wood, Havre; echo Vir
ginia Price, Hanlon, from Little Poo (( West ()oast
of Africa), Cleared, steamships Roanoke, Skinner Nor
folk; James Adger, Turner i Charleston; ships Rebecca,
Collins, New °define: Minnesota, Deshon, Mobile;
barquea Ware Crest, Hannon Mobile; Ruh. (Hem),
Neilson, London; ashes Virginia, table 1111tImore; J
W Maitland, Speed, Baohaville. Below, ahip 'adepts'.
dense. of Rath) barque Adams, from lAverpool; also,
two Hamburg skips,
BOSTON, Nov. 10.—Arrived, kilo Neptune Snell, '
Liverpool Oct. 6; barque Modena, Eldridgi, Bdtimore; I
Dr brig America, Meagher, Halifax. Salled—ShlplPar.
Bement; barques Rival, Goodspeed, Oulloraa; ledge
Vesta, Angeline Avery; eats hi L Darla, Baltic, Dart
8 8 dam* also, from below, ship Cyclone; barqhe 11
ifontaine; brigs Condor, Sarah, (the four hat named
having put back and anchored on Monday.) Duque
Pathfinder sailed on Monday evening ,
HIGHLAND LIGHT Nov. 10, 11 A. 13.—Passing to,
brig.tillisu (not suet 3 P. 18.—Passinglu, schrs
Julia Bain, and 'lgloo M. Wind NW.
PORTSMOUTH, Nov, 9.—Oleared, ab)p Sarah E Pet.
ritrew. (new) Burdick, of and for New Orleans.
NNW HAVEN—Art 10th IMO, bonne Excelsior,
Willard, fronuTurke Island; ecMiW Dement, Stanuard,
'Virginia., P
POBTLANB, Me—Axe B.th irmtparque Triton, Con
l* from Oalsis
does—put to leatt:c. Mo, via Rockland, Wind for Barbe
, otll-8k! shlp nhn L INmesock, Ilkolield Mobile.
Barque Jubilee, Roes, Cardenas ; Br ochre Stag, Mat.
land ,N 8; Radiant, for Hopewell, N S.
iiiir,naT, Mn,Adlth Met, new ship Antis Gard
ner, Limiburaer, for Savannah.
liALTH4oss,,,,Her I.l.—Ar, barque B ar pb ei t e ; *taw,
frotht Boston. Ar 10th, steamship Win Senkins i irallott,
from Horton; ache General Greet, (Dr) Hill, from Her.
xiu g,. cu l ut h , ooc h rg Alabama, .orowtker. lifitancas;
Giraffe; Kelly, Bolden, , Cid 110 , 10riglialtletore Jahn
don, Num N.P; sok / lit Ifello o ttattortr, oi Yo r k.
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sprung a leak on WI lid ay out; fie *H Mu
moo, ViAltay,gan Miguel, Yucatan. 4t JGRearantino,
bared° Arlel, Melville,' Idwainii, bound to Darannult; put
fiforith tour of the skew idoks ' Old SRI, schre i liagt
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W
bsuo i ry • 0,1.4we1i, Aitentown,
I a d* "Geo W Morgan, yr,.
H/oIP e B 1411.10okor• tln
ao ftd "
Vartraglifiall AttiftlgritZifie
watts?* D,ollln, d _ ,
'
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yinvir n citArtna; street, abom .
L;11 1 1411, 1 111" TrionfWillidilrlon 0 B AmorsOli,Wasitington
InWingsb„, , 0 Othpholl, NY• ••
W ' ltstdord Is, N
Alum, beaky
A *Jameson, ReaBlng J 0 Forayth A• wire, Ohlo
40 0#81 1 vMSt.rttlhOnSk Allery Olty
ISeo ton th it wife, PA A Janes, Wilteaborre
Jno o.Heuviak„Aa.BlXl, Bettrer Whiilng, Um,
Theo sbiokiell, P b 1s A Van Limn Potteville
II ht Ara Y Alm 11 H Halroklld r N
S' 3t Bose, Providence,
E==l
Trft
X 01 . 21544,Z0 . St ,,, V , W , Dr SW-Johnson, Pa
W T Smith & la, NJ N MoDoneldiP4Urfille
Jonah Denttee & da; Pa • •-• J Illingheit, Pa '
Jti Rhoads, Boyaretown J Hunter. Cohnfibla
G W Boone, Columbia • M Liphart. Columbia
,2 Lobed', 2d Rail, Allentown
Mr. 8 Keller, Lancaster Mm U Danner, Lancaster
E J Rinehart, Md R Hendle, Danville
Was All Beadle, Danville •
UNION HOTEL.—Leah attest, below Fourth.
S Wilber, Ind W Carson, Atieg Olty
A 6 Lawrence, Ohio Lewis Snow, Boston
Oboe B Hill , Bucks co, Pa John Fronts, Ohio
Jno PBr N B B Martin, Lancaster
J P Kauffman, Pittsburgh W C Ermentrout, Beading
Rich Wattsok, Harrisburg 11 Id Miller Reading
'Miss L Rambo, Beading Miss A N Frits, Montg co
Miss Nnnemacher,Norratwn Wish Wilson, Ohio
Tlt Yale, Rochester N Y RII toubach, Ilellerstown
A Warmer, Newark, NJ L C Waterman, Mess
A O Berninger, Allentown John Drake, Easton
Miss J M Price, Pa Miss 11 T Price, Pa
Halal C Oralford. Jr, Del S. A 'rower, Beaton
H Wiiliams, Pt Wayne, Intl
Bum BSLR INN—Fifth and kferobant.
N T noTelaft, Phcenlxvllle H W Caruthers, W Cheater
Wm 0 Pugh. Montg co Alex Modell, Coatesville
HII Shantz; Motown A Manta, Jr, Donee/wine
Robt Lysle; Cheater co J D Riley , Peach Bottom
BOMaraltall& Is , Chester to W Wilson , N J •
RD/Main, Lanotater co Wm Bverhart.W Cheater
Wm Pyle, (Mathew Dr J 0 Catchall, Oxford
A P Garfield, Media A Burnett. Harrisburg
Wm W Blake, Trenton, N
TILKOK 130 TEL—Third at., above Oal lowbill
J.Sta Berg, Butler oo;Pt Wm .1 gtaln , Bellefonte
D Bleabolds, Samneytorn P K Reltanyder, Rending
Dardel Kline, Reading O W Oooper, Allentown
Geo fd Beebe, PhDs Van Artadale, Powdery
A BuCtioan,Peaaterville Geo Kline, Earlyille
BAxxxv tua,tv—Second, below Vine street.
Bohn It Onstorboadt, Pa Luther oPdYko, N. l
H dhow, Norr4town H M dtewert, Jeukfutowu
11 Rowland, Holmeolnag Win W Blakey, Bucks co
A Mates, Otatudeburg W T Smith, Philo
BALD EAGLE HOTEL—Third street, abw, Oallewhlll
Piss Kreider, /3 Bethlehem NT Kuntz, Oberryrille
Sand Bader, Flewertown John Abel, Beaton
Aaron Wa it', Bucks co . Ben) Krause, Allentown
Allis Kriuse, Allentown Mre Krause, Allentown
MADISON 1101IBB—Second street, shore Market.
Mr Welt, N J . L N Warr, DeMeyers
Joel Bailey, Milford, Del Abel L Bmail, Milford, Del
Jas 1I Bute, /adieus I) B Rhoads Wyoming' co
Indiana
3
'V Lightner, Wyoming co Joel Drum, ndiana
3 Dliontalban, N 0 W BLondenslager.Berks co
'Shoe P lancer, N Y Peter D Walker, Pa
Tunes Moore, Pottsville ll II Lamer 4 is, Bait
(m! the New York State RegLster.]
Attie/Icon Manufacture....
COMPSTITION INC PIRPOMR WITH LONDON AND PARIS-A
PERRIER REPIPUTION POR TWO CWINOINX AMYRIOAN
1:1513313
, There are two articles of American minutia:dem
that are rapidly becoming of world-wide circulation:
Their feme is not confined to this side of the Atlantic;
but they ere as well ;known in Paris and London as in
former years celebrated perfumes, manufactured in
Paris or London, hare become known throughout the
Union. What is more singular Mill, though the mann.
!eateries to which we allude have been extensively ad
vertised in the Atlantic eitlea,tand slim in the London
and Paris :journals, yet the great pregreee the articles
bare made, and the extraordinary amount of sales,
N'l.o4ll.lpar.o.also.sltinr, , ..th bare loisanstinan.
merit of the articles when put in use. The proprietor.
have had lawsuits, involving tens of thousands of dol.
lari, against people who have endeavore4.to pirate
upon a valuable patent, yet in every case they have
cocas off conquerors. •
Another extraordinary fact Is, that the proprietors
are not engaged Ma burdens that assimiletes in the
least degree with the manufactured articles. The firm
of Fetridge & 00. are extensively engaged In the book
trade, and have one of the largest bookstore. on Broad
way, a few doors above Chambers street. One of the
articles to which we allude is the celebrated " BALM
OF A TUOUBANDPLOWERB." This article is of nubile
benefit. What greater curse exists than a bad breath,
AD matter to what unhappy Mae it Mowing? The
possession of it is a public and private nuisance, or
would be go, were there tie remedy. One reason of this
te, that people in general who are afflicted with bad
breath are not aware of it. It le a delicate mat
ter to mention, even on the part of a friend, end the
only way .to do it in to purchase the " BALM OF A
TIIOUSAED BLOWERS," and to present it to the
party, Its effect, is instantaneous, and the remedy so
complete that it ',hardly conceivable. It also eradicates
all tan and freckles front the' face. This is the main
cause of the extraordinary sale of this article which we
hear in all parts of the Union, and of Europe. The
cost in 60 tents, which places it within the reach of
every one, end every druggist keeps it on hand, with as
certain a demand for it as far . the most well-known ar
ticle in the Pharmscopea. This article has fought its
way into the haunts of fashion, and nobody who makes
the 'lightest pretence to good appearance can be found
without it on their toilet table. Its effect upon the
teeth is to make them as white as the purest alabaster.
The extensive publishing house of Fetridge & Co. are
making an enormous fortune by this article alone. But
they are also proprietors of another article of equal
wont, and of equally extraordinary sale. We allude to
their " WOODLAND CREAM," for beautifying and
perfuming the hair. In all the catalogue of French
and English articles for the SAM object, noneha'ee ever
equalled our own American article, and this too has a
fame tu London end Parls, and a great sale In those
cities. No bottle of foreign importation can be sold
for two dollars that equate au American production
which only coats ISO cents. 'ibis is an American triumph,
and we allude to it as such.
The two articles we have named, the "BALM OF
A. THOUSAND FLOWERS" and the " WOODLAND
DREAM," do credit not only to the manufacturer, but
to the country, and no lady, in a few years, will ever
make a purohaee of foreign articles of a Medlar charac
ter. The place of business of VETRIDGE & CO. io at
No. 281 BROADWAY, but the articles to which we have
alluded can be found in every Druggist's Store of any
note, and In every American Perfumery establishment.
For Peifumed Breath, White Teeth, and
Beautiful complexion, nee '• Balm of 1.000 Flowers."
For dreaslng Ladles' hair, use Cream,
new Pomade." It curls Gentlemen's heir beautifully.
W. P. //MILAN & Co., Proprietors, N. Y.
For sale by T le, Peterson, 308 Cht stunt ; Hamel
States, Twelfth and Chestnut; A. B. Durand. 718 Chest
nut; T. U Peters & Co., 710 Chestnut; p. G. 11911118,
oirt Book-store, 430 Chestnut; 0. 8. Hubbell, 1410
Chestnut; French, Richards, & Co., Tenth and Mar
ket; A. D. Taylor, Ninth end Walnut; Dr Morrison,
Seventeenth and Oheetßut ; J. W. Sinus, ds
Eighteenth end Twietty-Bocond and Market Hawaii
Ohrtstsnaunc7o2l Oheatnnei Themes Lancaster, corner
Eleventh and Walnut, " ' nOl2-ly
Bank rof °treat lka .
Illil l lNariMANl4 BANE
TAKIM
• FOR 'UMBRELLAS,
AY WM. if,
No. 4.1.8 ki.oxitgr grag"
Prete seer titthi4l . lo• iliallitute. • • Charles
Wadsworth, D: "11. f end d.'B;' Silver, Zig.. who Ivan a
eon la this school, may be expected to address! l'ioleseor
Saunders' Institute, at the wapiti examination on
Thursday nett, (the 12th inet.,) At a Welook P. Al., at
the Vest Philadelphia Institute. Salmi of the most
eloquent speakers of thhieityhave ihiraetto d e liver as.
dream, for the hsnotit of.Psoteasor:ltsuuderte,
The public sre invited to attend every Thursday after-
COD at 8 o'clock.
The loft addvass. on 'l'll%ll l 4day, that., by the ROT.
Dr. Leyboris of Me city, was one of the most Appro
priate and eloquent Bracher ever' Addressed to a collec.
tion of youth.' The Itimereid Doctor spots Ercempo
ranebusly on Reiempernneous Speaking, in 111%01,11
etylc,pAtuiid, animateB s hapreative, toll of
• heart; sometirnia gentle, sometimes energetic; at all
times Anent,
The afloat of loch 'weakly appeali ripen Predsaaor
dattodare' pupils is very apparent. • ,
On ThursC►y, lath feat., J. if. Colabo; Ee4., and on
Thursday, VOA, Oat. J. W. / orriey, Editor of Too
Pomo—whoa toile are under Prohnianr piainalers ,
ln
atraettion-whl ad4rias the Tnititute.
For:cirottlass fl ply to
Profiesor D. 19010111113,
Went Philutelphii lintihute
Netovet the Bonk of Penntorlo,als - Wien at
cLozumG
AT pz,044,0 kun, vitt TIMZL
TEIVENTIitu• non
OF .I,I4I3OLESATA OLOTiILiMitOtiSII,'.
Miiilductaa4 openly foi Fika 4 ow%b, p 4 M
A? MAIL,
At stoutly Ratted Poet*, for 4 0 4,a, 4
no4•tt i At No. 1 North Plfln
01. 10.neweld, Comosiamlon Business 1p Coro.
mardal paper yid no/oations of Imo, be *Pawn
Of.,Qtpindfil the Nsehapse, Philadolphte. p 010.211
9E3
Special Noticee.
,~?
UPILORTERY,
1114 *LOUT ST, 9O O P/1 1 , 11 1 1 P/Vittillarf Siti rAiLE '
GEO. 3. HENKEL'S,
P 521 WALNUT Street,
roat4 of ITS Ohestnut Street
7ifekiioSt .,4 A
gos
• 'swn:toil. STREET.
1 0480ka, gotilf; Vottkii, tills Wing, gill $Ollll, 011 . -
adus, eirdn,iind an .rather Made of Job Printing, at
prlooa tomtit 04 Maio.' ocIT-1)
aeoniouta da t a % shad—Office 203 Walnut
'treat, She dooi'ireit`of Picard 'street. Itecetres de.
posh/
In sums of Opp *Pm pad upwards, from ell
clams Of iliteStronanity, and *Howe interest at the rate
of ate per Mt pee anuom.
016 Oiss ' n &RV; VoiciSf issitii 'd'ologki and on Mon'
day and lithnasy n9UI ' the availing. President
If =Uhl, N#lll,
..lk,vriwir,,,glyitles M. Morris;
4u7,7aistana. lotingiao
Raftlifißailis.. l l6o Boles Buffalo Robes
of the Was ihalittiOnst received froutniunesots.
Also a hindsos, stesosfatent of Saucy Robes of our own
mStokt#Otneo, arid for mitwholeanle awl retail by
ONO. F. WOMEATII,
416 Arch Street
t00t12.1%1
TheWerPs Intuit Cardlea. ,,, ...Tbli inenluabie
'Oondiel of the most oboice and
efficient arcneathia tern In medicine, and is the most
perfectitid refiabbe Armirialienxtent tor infanta and
.Temint ntindrine, .
Dy Its ptilirerfni brildsnos, speedy once is eroded in
ell esses of Cdolisorindy pains and spasnts Relieves
and mitigiteenteehietehltdrenh , !alforing daring dent'.
lion Or teething, and br its soothing properties tran
quillised Pads ottki *mils, !Donnie*, vomiting,
The Went beriple a atawlard rezpedy,
and hu Diem' M.d in d,hdtustinde - cJIMBS with the meet
llbaudelti inpiese. No &mill. shouldhe without it.
PreparedNtly BANIT A. town,
At Ms Drug and °bemired Roma
N. ,„
loyernt or Sixth and reen,ste.,Philadelphie.
To ithom idl, orders must be addressed. And for sale
by Antattlitil Olken*. ea 18.1 y
Saabs eind- r lillve Per Cent. Interest—Ns
Hopei RafetY Trust Company, WALNUT Street, south
west oorner of THIRD Street, PHILAD6iIIIS/. Open
daily till 7 o'clock, and on MONDAY and THURSDAY
Mveitsni tin otolook. Deposits received end pay
clients res i dsi daily, Assets invested in MINAS. ESTATE,
119RYGROR4 OROUND RENIO, and other drat-olassaectut
tien, as the charter directs.nos
•
Ifitarna'g
On Monday evening, at the residence of the bride's
father, by Rev. J. U Cuthbert. pastor of the First
haptiat Church, J. S. JOUNOON to JOSEPUINN,
eldest daughter of Mr. ;aleph J. Mickley, of We city,
On the sth instant, by ROT. T. Jf )164018 P 4111. 5."°.
It. PITMAN to Mice AIARY,A. both ofyhils.
delphln.
/some
On the Bth Instant, ABSAIIAbI KAMPAIAN,
aged AA years.
On the oth inntant, UARTJIA, wife of Benj. Thorn
ton, aged 47 years,
On the 10th tuatara, - EirllkilltB DROWN, r; the
ilibth year of big ago. •
OD tbenthlnateut, of codaumptott,4lAlLT ANN, wife
of Frannie anattergood, ,, anfl demi/hint of' the lat. Bam'i
and Mazy Stork, JO thallgtb zpitr, of #O7 143 e.
irl" Ski2ol and thr will be
the topic of the sisesol sod leat`Lectore of Wendell
Phillips, Seq , of fjoston, this (rhainday) evening, at
14( n'cloclt da 0014131C11.T• :
, Admitaton 24 cents.
Ickets at door. ' r •", t
ID' Popular L'actelre at shd Mariners' Citurcte,
WATPR Streit: - nbo've 'Natant; oh Tuesday evening,
November 1744 hy, 'l4 paelor, Rev. J. B. 'RIPLEY.
Suhlect—BUST-110DLESIiIDIAS.."Tickets Ten Cents.
.I'o be had at the Senors' Home, No, 422 South Front,
below Pine' Room, corner Seventh and
Witnnt; W. S. hiettien'e, Obeetnut Street, and the
rooms of the Amerjes# Trot Society. nol2*-th ato
tTi - Fifteenth 'WeLtzli—Thie Fifteenth War d ,
RhIAFF ASHOCIATIOa will' bloat in the 'fell of the
Ohuroh or St. ittatthisu,NIFIFTSENTH Street, shore
Wallace, thlB (Thursday) EVI:NING, the 12th lost , At
o'clock P. Ai. 'Citizen) are earnestly Invited rto
attend. ' it*
07. Fifth Ward Association for the Retie) of
the Poor. An adJoorolei meeting of the citizens of this
Ward will be held In the Rill 'of the Woes Hose
lJnton street, below Beeond, TlllB EVENINGI,
12th Inst., at 7g reelects.
OEIABLY,B /t, PAlll4.ll:lN,Cbairrneh.
W.ll. Loess, flecrotaty. norl2-Ite
3lxth Vt'artl Hong Asenclatlott.—Tho
citizens of the Sixth ward are 'reepectfully,notlllod that
at a meeting held Taceday, 10th instant, the following
named gentlemen were appointed for the purpose p( en-
Bolting and collecting Contributions, and to receive ap
plications for relief:
/1188 DDINSION.
Wm. R.J.Reed,
Fred'k Mem,
T. McManus.
8200 ND DI6SRIOT
Mites Carpenter, •
A'. S.' Catherwood,
Barnum Baugh,
FIFTH DISYS ICT
Edltht Mower,
NSW. .11aNtell,
Julio, B. Maklao.
stitu LlaraZa
Ital. patrol -to,
Pita. Sides,'
(leo „Goebel.
likvglitTli DISTRICT
Peter Plitt
B. Bechtold,
K. Flanigan.
THIRD DISTRICT,
John Donegan,
Peter ?Sateen,
Bole). Gaines.
roenrm DISTRICT
8. Q. Then:lpso;
Tim Fisher,
7. MOHlbbea.
stature DimOpr.
lin 0. Yeager,
P: 11. Aderibarn,
D..D, Haas.
n$ will meet on FRIDAY
o'clock, at No. 2.57 North
etr buoka for colloctionit.
NO. MoMAR IN, Pres 3.
r.
01411. A. Yi/.022, BEC'f.
The abovo•named verso
EVENING, at bait-peat 7
THIAD Street, to receive tit
.I.X 0 . raausx, Treasu
lt*
DV — Popular Lecture... Pork Benjamin, Esti ,
will deliver his celebrated Lecture on 'TILE SPIRIT
OF 'YANKEE DOODLE; or, TRUE INDEP'ENDENOE
—A -Poem for these Thnell and other Timed'--on
EIikSTAUPS/liiiirdiVaVAA696 , oP:dic
25 cents; to be had at the Methodist bookstore, Fourth,
near Areb street ; Methodist Tract Depository, Sixth,
near Molt street; John 0. Mead & Sons, N. E. corner
of Ninth and Chestnut streets; &lodges.. it. Steelman,
No. 62 South Second street; D. 11. Loudenalager, No.
24 N. Ninth street; John Olsdding, No. 529 8. Second
street; W. 0. Stevenson, Nu. 7128. Second street;
Karcher, N. E. corner of Sixth and Wharton streets,
and at the door on the evening of the Lecture. noll-st*
try. Penneyleant% Company for Insurance
ON I.lll+llo AND GRANTING ANNtn
YOILa Deanna, November 2,1857.
NOTIOR is hereby given, that • meetiog of the
Stockholders of this Company ben been called by the
Board of Director', (ender the provisionsof the seventh
section of the act of the Denote! Assembly of this State,
entitled !'An Act providing for the Iteliumption of Specie
Payments by the Bunke, and for the Relief of Debtors,'
approved on the 16th day of October, A. D.. 1857.) to be
held at the 011 ice of the (lorporation, on TILIIRSDAY,
tlie`tirelfth day of November, A. D. 1817, at 11 o'clock
A. AL, for the purpose of taking into consideration the
aoxptonco of the provisions of the said act.
By orderer the Board,
WILLIAM B. RILL, Actuary.
UNITED STATES POST—OFFICE, IN
TUE CITY OP PRILADELPIIIA.
SEALED PROPOSALS, for supplying materials and
workmanship required In the erection and construction
of a Post-ollioe building in the City of Philadelphia,
for the United States Poetiffice Department, will be re.
calved at the office of the undenugned, Commissioner
for the building, No. 200 South FOURTH Street, on or
before the twelfth day of December next.
Contracts will be awarded only to master-builders
and mechanics, Ruch Proposal mat bo accompanied
by a written guarantee signed by two responsible per
sons, to the effect that the bidder, will, when required,
If his proposal be accepted, enter into a contract and
bond with proper and sullicleut securietleo for its faith
ful performance.
Plans and speolficetione for tip building can be seen
upon application et the office of the Architect, John
McArthur, Jr,, No. 10 Mercantile Library Building,
where every information respecting materials and work
mm34ll)4lll be given.
The Yropoeale moot be Bent to the °Moe of the Com.
missioner, and addressed to John Rice, and endorsed
"Proposals for the tatted Retell Piet-office at Phila.
delphia," and will be opened at noon of the lostriamed
day for receiving the same. MIN RION,
nor 12-dtdel2 Commissioner,.
ThiPORTAIIT TO MEDICAL. STUDENTS.
1. NEW PRONOUNCIND MEDIOAL. LEXICON,
containing the correct prontinolatioh and definition o
most of the toms used tly speakers andorrfters on Mod'
eine and the collateral Defences, with Addenda contain
ing Abbreviations used in Preieriptlotuf, and a List o,
Poison/ and their Autidotee, By C. It OLIWIALAND
71. B.
'Mk valuable pocket mattel ehouicLbe is the have
of every medical student. Price 75 cents. For este I
FOWLERS, WELLS o CO.'S, 922 CHESTNUT Stree
below 'Tenth. n0v12.3t8
REMOVAL.-P. BRADY & CO. HAVE
ILL removed their Banking House to 125 S. Tlllltll
Street, above bock. pu12.6t8
Bank Notires
KENSINGTON BANK.—PunADELPAIA,
October 7, 1867,
An election for thirteen Directors to serve the ensu
ing year will take place at the Banking-house, on Mon
day, the 16M, day of November, between the hours of
9 A, M and S P. M. lr. T. YLIMII.3;
oofithsatutNl6 Cashier,
FARMERS' AND MECHANICS' BANK.
PEILAMILP/ItA t October 0tb,1931.
The annual election for Director , ' wilt be held at the
Banking Donee, on 310NDAY, the 16th day of Novem
ber next, between the boure of 9 o'clock A. DI., and 3
o'clock P. M.; and on TUESDAY, the 3d depot Novem
ber next, a General fleeting of the Stockholdere will be
bald at the Banking Route, at 4 o'clock I'. 111., agreea
bly to the charter,
otl-tool6
iManto.
WANTED—An A I vessel of moderate
capacity, to load fors Southern port. Freight
ready for shipment,
Apply to
noti-bt
BISHOP, NIXON.% & CO.,
120 (late 30) North Wharves
WARTED, FOR THE lINCTED STATES
CAVALRY—AbIe-bodied, unmarried men, ti
whom will be glyen good pay, board, clothing, and
undies/ stloodooce. Vey from $l2 to SIM per month.
No men haring a wife or child will be accepted. Apply
for MOUNTLID SUWON, at No. 817 MARKET street
&bore Eighth, north elde. . .
'WILLIAM B. ItOYALL,
Mitlieut. 24 Rut. of Cavalry,
oot 5-2m* Recruiting Meer
Slonen.
CAMBLOS, & CO.,
!," RANERRS,
:f0.,38 Segni Third Street.
The highest premium paid for
AMERICAN COLD
AND
NEW YORE EXCHANGE.
k"--31Ebt and sold.
Uneurrent Wands
13totki bought end sold on ownllllll/lioll only. nolo.2m*
NEW YORK. ALTIMDEE E
./UNDB,
AILEEICAIf GOLD,
DNO!DIEVENT MONEY,
• AND
LAND 'WARRANTS,
llongllt and Ea ori moat tyvfrable terms, 'by
Ross & co.,
Nq. I 6 TEM Strap+
tsilsa'asso Ins Koss; for said b
lIAATIN44)(IOALIBTER,
119 North Water Street
5900 TONS of MITCHELL & CROAS
-4616,11 Improved super PHOSPHATE OP
Mug, for mile by OROASBALE, PEIROE & 00 3
no/04 4WO. /At N, loclarms *venni.
2,.189,
G RAND CONCtRT.
MUSIOAL FUND NALL.
ON INMA' EV NNlNG,Noiromber 18tb•
~icondibd last avoeftrattee of
Wit& ENKINYE Ymazzormir,
In coojanction with
E. TIIALEI9I6 ,
111Nraz ntuvrEtm,
MADAME AMALIA PATTI ETRAKOSO
. HERA. ii.LOTZEIk.
11134.1er`the Aireclicu of
M. svutosen.
FREZZOLINI will aing:-.-1. Oaratina Lizu
di Chamounix ; 2. Banana Trovatore ; 3. Vale!
Bravoura ; 4. Duett, flemiramide. with Madame Bti
konb.
Mad, BTIIAKOBO/1 will sing :-1. Dear Mother VI
It Rieht ; 2, Bay Yea, Puna) , ; and 3, Duni with hr
Vrezzolinl.
H. THALDIRG Will play-1. Miuquadello ,• 2. March
Fenebre Chopin ; 3. frahlinvi 'Lied lifindehiohn ; and
4. The Grand DriettalDiguenotr, for Violin and Plano,
with 11 Vieuttempe.
lIENRIE VIREXTENIPB will ptay-1. Fatale Ca
price ; 2. I'Lombardl, end the Duetto If 12,1%w/obi with
S. Thelberg.
- DERR RLOTZER will perform on the Violoncello—.
1. Pantaele b 7 Beuborti 2. 8010 bjr Alotser.
Admission ONE DOLLAR. No extrs charge for re
served molts
The Bale of cents contraeneec to-dity, at the Music
Storer. of* Lee Walker, seek h Lawton, and ..E. L.
Walker.
Cocoert cortartencm at 8
THIRD AX DLAST LECTURE.
MADAMS LOLA MONTEZ
Will give her LIOTITRE nn " GALLANTRY," At the
NUS A/, FUND HAL
TWURSDAY EVI , N ov e mberNlNG 12,
Adminrion, 25 contr.
A MERICAN ACADEMY OF hum 14 .7
.ER. E. A. MARSHALL ' %Me
LAST NIGHT BUT TWO OP, la. otteithrs
THIS (Thursday) EVENING, Nov. 12th, 1861,
The performances will commence with the new Comte
Drama, entitled
AGGRAVATIN4 SAIL
Bam DittggiUM Mr. Charles Mathews.
To be followed by the new ram of
THE PRACTICAL MAN.
Cloudeley Mr. Charles Idabel's.
Concludiog with the Pares of
BOX AND ODE. •
PRIORS ON ADMISSION: •
Balcony, Parquet, and Parquet Oirele
.14m117 Circle mut Amphltheatre •
Private boxes
Bate secured tritborat extra charge.
Treasurer .'.
1 1 1109, aI'HEON '
Doors open before 7 o'clock ; performance irlll iota
mence at 11f.
WALNUT STREET TREATRE.,--Les.
Fee, Mr. E. A. Marshall; Stage Manager, Mr.
John Sefton. Prlces.—Dress Circle and parQuette, 25
cents; Upper Circle, 25 cents; Secured Seats, STX cents;
Private Doi and Orchestra Seats, 90 cents.
Box Office open from 9 o'clock A. M. WI P.M. Dion
open at 6,i o'clock; performance to commence at 7,
precisely.
TIIIB (Mender RIMING, Nor. lktb, 1897,
WIG be presented the local drama, entitled
LINDA, TAR CIGAR GIRL;
Or, Slose Among the Conspirators.
Molls Morrleoo, Mr. Cheufreu; Edward Bradley, M.
Drink; Harry Russell, Mr. Reach; Linda, Mrs. John
Sloan ; Biddy Smhtlan, Mr. John Sloan.
To conclud,with , the dm:n*o4lod
TfirobiAN CIGULD
Harry Ifeim, Mr. Chunfrau ; 'lack Reim Neptune, the
Ocean Child, Mrs. John 814 an.
:EATLEY's ARCH i3T. TILEATR4.
-SOLD ww.n. W. WHEATLEY.
OLD PRIOEB RESTORED TO EDIT THE TIMEB.
TWEET Y•YiVE OENTS TO ALL PARTS la TRH
1101.1311, (except Oichestre and Private Bekaa.)
J M. D. WHITTON Treasurer.
TIIIB (Thursday) EVENING, Nov 12th, 1867,
Will be priseuted the celebrated Play of
OADIILLE.
Armand Dural Mr. E. L. Davenport.
Moos. DUTSI Mr. Fredericks.
St. Fri role Mr. 3. B. Clarke.
Camßla 'ltra. D. P. Bowers.
Helene 1114, 'Emma, Taylor.
To conclude with the Dornestle Drama of the
ROBBER'S WIRE.
Mark nedland, Mr. Dolman; Larry O'Clig, Mr. J.
S. Clarke ;'Rose liodland , Mrs. N. L. Davenport.
Soot or Prooss.—Boxes, 26 cents; ftecuredfiesta,
38; Orchestra Stella, 60 cants; Beats in Prlratti"Boxes,
76 cents; Gallery, 18 cents; Gallery for Colored
Persons, Y. 6 cents; Private Bok In Gallery for Colored
Parsons, 88 cent.,
Dot Ortlce open front 10 A. M. until 3P. M. Doors
Jlill open at 6,ti o'clock; pedormance to comp:mace at
Y precisely.
- - ---
VATIONAL THEATREc WALNUT ST.,
NEAR EIGHTH.
The manager takes pleasure in announcing to his old
patrons and the public generally,that hp hasanceeeded,
at an enormous outlay, to effectiog an engagement with
the celehratedi.nd world-renowned
BUCKLEI , B SERENADERS,
and great Ethiopian Burlesque
OPERA TROUPE;
(Trim their new Opera House, 535 Broadway, N. l'„)
Who wore received last evening with prolonged shout,
of laughter. '
THIS (Thursday) EVENING. Nor. 12th.
The laughablO burlesque opera, in 3 acts, of
TROTA.TOIVE_.
Count Lana - tick, R. B. Buckley; Mannigiero, G. S.
Buckley ; Rue-phis, J. A. Basquin ; Yen-Tall, J. Car
roll; The Lady Lemmonors, MIAs 0 Riffed; Eye Nice,
J. J. Bianco ; Aunt Brfsanosh, A. Norton.
Other characters by member, of this celebrated corn.
Puny.
NOTICE—In order to bring title great entertainment
within the reach of all, the manager would reepectfully
announce that the price of admission hag been axed, to
all parts of the bongo, at TWENTY-Trig CENTS
ONLY. Doors open at T ; Curtain rises at 'kat neat 7
precisely. S. 1? unnw
Sole Lessee and Manager.
- JiLEVENTH Strie4t, above Chestnut.
Boors open at 7 o'clock—to commence quarter Wore
eight.
Admittance 25 canto.
Ethiopian tire Illustrated by Sanford', Troupe of
Stare—New Dances by the Panford Otrilirte.
PERFORMANCES EVERY BTENIFC*.
To conclude with
A LAUGHABLE ATIIittPIZON. '
THOMEUVB. VARIETIES—
Irma and CHESTNUT Streets.
Those much admired and unrivalled Gyxnuastio Per
formers
Meagre. PiI&GILTOIi, and DIINBAR,
will appear EVIIILY this'areek, in addition
to the EXCELSIOR COMPANY *giggled.
The oreni entertainment will tie concluded with
immenNe houses last seer et the Circus,
Commencing MT N. ?initiate remain at 10 centai
-1 X L, Is my motto.'i. 8. THOMBUY,
nervlo-11.1*
Eirp epotte
REMOVAL
L. J. LEVY & CO.,
IN ANTICIPATION OF REMOVAL
TO Tax
SPLENDID
NEW STORE;
Now belle; erected for thorn In
CHESTNUT STREET,
ABOVE EIGHTH,
have determlnea, for a period of
30 DAYS,
To dispone of a large amount of their Stock now to *tore
at very
LOW PRICES FOR CASII
They invite the attention of the Public and their Ons
omen to one of the most complete assortments of
STAPLE AND FANCY
GOODS
To be found In this Country, which will be disposed of
for the period fouled, at such prices its will insure their
sale.
CHESTNUT STREET,
NEXT TO THE ODSTObf HOUSE
AUCTION GOODS.
THOS. W, EVANS ec CO.,
SIS and 840 Cheilunt Street,
WILL OM; TRI,S 110R14INGI
A LARGE AMORTMENT OF
FRENCH 0-00 AS,
Just bought at the
GREAT AUCTION SALK
N
N E YORK.
Amongst them me
OItEAT BARGAINS•
1026 CHESTNUT STREET,
BELOW ELEVENTH
WE IIAVE MASHED
BALL TRIMMING to 25 eta. per yard, from 50 eta.
TAPESTRY ZEPHYR to 15 etc per Mr., frr;to 20 4a.
KNITTING ZEPHYRS to 17 eta. per oz:, from 25 eta
SKEIN 2... E PHYR to 17 eta por oz from 25 eta.
SHETLAND WOOL to 10 eta. per oz., from 1B eta,
STEEL SPRING SKIRTS to $4.00 tont, from $5 60.
WORKED SLIPPERS to $2.00 per pair, from $4.00.
FANCY DRESS TRIMMINGS
ARE ALL ILEDECF.D,
REGARDLESS OF LOSSES,
BELOW THE LOWEST PRICES OF
ANY OP OUR COMPETITORS.
These inducements are added to the usual favorable
qualities of our stock, with the view to preserve un
broken our
ENTIRE LIST OF CUSTOMERS.
J. G. MAXWELL
noll•lrr'10.6 CHESTNUT STREET
THOS. W. EVANS & CU
TIATI: MADE A FURTIIIM RV:MOTION OF
HANDSOME SILK ROBES
RODXS to $4O.
$55 do to $3O .
$ i 5 do to $25
ROBES A QIJILLE. '
u010.3t 818 and 820 CHESTNUT ST
HE AV Y BROWN C I TTON§
Ono Thousand Oates
SHERTINGS, SIIIRTINOS, AND DRILLS,
/FROM TUB
LAWRENCE MANUFACTURING COMPANY,
JACKSON CONPANY, (IND/AN HBADO
AND
NASHUA MANUFACTURING COMPANY,
Of their various yridths and styles, irldnh We 9drirsd for
sale for Brat•elase psper,zu
cREDtr,
try tie Agents or. the Compooleo,
ALFRED SLADE SE CO.,
89 LETITLA STRUM
LADIES' DIESS 'PRIXIStINGB,
AND Rturturej,Arminii. •
NEW GOODS OPENED DAILY,
MAXWELL /t ON:
IVEOLERALE AND RETAIL STORES,
109 E OITESTNET Street four doors below Elareatlt
And 31S B. BEOOIII Bt., below Spruce.
FACTORILS.--Noo. 96 d 97 GEORGE St,
Tenth, bud SECOND Street, near trnion.
Orders nasda et a few bounk nottee. 5e22.41 tar
JOHN
.B. STRYKtri,
Wholessle Dealer In
AUCTION DRY GOODS.
No. 12 BANS Buret, Sbilactepts. DM Oa
evektii' "017 littriptlon of, City add
iu tuoC i r r q• rt . :4 tad Usti' may be bad at the
PRIVATE !MLR ILIGISTIIR.
QT Real Estate eatorsit on oar Yenta
giotor, Re advertised ocesaloosti, fa ant P T'"
A° ."
Abstracts, (of which I,OOQ maple* ars vaintal eekli t )
free of charge. •
STOCKS, PAir. A,..
on Tuesday;
NOV. 171 b, at &glut, et the Philad elp thodis Trinity
will be sold a fin/Med paw, No. 65, Me
Church, Eighth strest,.above asps s treet.
Also. 7 shares in the capital Mott of the dissociated
Butchers sad Drovers or Philadelphia, Par 119,40.,
Also, without reserve, 6 *Wei Academy of Music,
YIETEENTM 1 / 1 44., 15ALE-11111 NOVEMBER.
Orphans' Gaut . 11Psks.-itslato of Bans& B. Ashmsad,
NiAT • 511341XliCgi TUX : UNTIL UTDETT.—The
skeet modern rsoidostoorith book bedidlnv, No. dld
south 'eleventh street, below Fine 0101101.
NEAT DWELLINO, MTN FlfTlf STRUT.
Also, the neat toothiest dwelling, N.4411111.00nth Ydth
street.
4ILD IBBNDEIUFAXIX UXOUNDIIgIgTTWIAT• •
Two old lrrodeoliablo ground rents, o we ist
the other of $64,56 ►loan.*Tear of tame; twos 4,n
property North Fourth etrhet, above Franklin eve lie.
Thwy are well seenrsignie4gwegtorall A r
TllilEit-STORY BRICK SWIM DWILTANIF.
Three-story brink store arel dire as, N. g. corner
Elghth and Federal streets. SI,OOD may rintain on
mortgage,
THRIM3TOIT
Three-story brink dwelling 0. Z. *ono" o(..Poptu
street and Corinthian avenue._
..60 cent.
REAL ESTATE MBls lit.
Adoilnlstrators' Bole—Estee of Ritilktedbochoo,Ahfed.
ILEIRANT COUNTRY BRAT AND /ARM, ABOUT
SIXTERN )41LIS 'ROM BLAYNE? STRUT, AND
ram" not( BRISTOL.
Oar sate At December willrinelod• the valuable
country stet and Luna, 107 acres, TIM spperterDwprore
,menta, known se “PARlLETPektuntoAuthohellibts, ow
the west side of Nothessiney theek, between the BMW
lespitre end the Haworth road.
turr Dolt Wirthmisre handbills.
Orphans' eaxe, Belo--Essete. of Willisro U. Lewes,
&waged.
•PRAM& DWELLING, Tier WARD.
Freon dwelling, north side of We street, %%bp
Green lase snd Levering street, Twenty-first Wari4;
Orphans' Court dale—Eatate of Lynch, nilnanc.'
TWO4IITOEE ICB 11008 it.
TWuctotT_htinitheWns 111 W wart, between Tenth
msdltlevennt streets be low ot•-ast' .
NEAT MODEM ER3IDRXOII.
Also, vest modern hood/woe, No. 733 North Plitoooth
street, above Andy street , thilshoitwithesoderniserove
ineratiand eontenientew.
TWO ILAN/DOOM: NEW RESIDENOIIh DELANCY
PLACE, lIITWEBN EIOPITEINTS
AND N2YR
TLENTS AND bPRICOS ARE PitiTiIiTEEITIL
Two kendeotnir new four4tory brick residences, with
thrige•story bark buildings, aa4 replete with all the
modem improvement* end conetwienues. They will be
told separately. lennedlitepesemodon.
ENT)30111 , 2 BALE 1/VBr/TrILS, TET,YET OAR
MB, ke.
CARD.—Car We. II the sastiatt store. tbli
morning, wltt include, Laskin MO •lots .et es.esibat
housekold Wm/tore, several flee velvet tapattry teed
Brestele carpets, Axis adrrora. platco-tertes, due silver
tea set, china sod glassarars, book-ores, lltpda sad bed
dips, plated vows, store.. ire., fostalseg ea attractive
tuteriment, arid w orthy the attehtlott wir those destroyc
of purchasing.
Cate/agues now ready, and the Leticia arranged for
simainattoa.
We Nos. 139 and 141 South Your* Street.
SIISSIIOI4 PURNISVRII, SOSSWOONSISNO
MUTES, 111,1120111,, 1111:1 . IPSD1011 ISABLITSi
• Tag Morning,
At IO o'clock, at the ,action Store, a largaamo4sant
of second-hand fatalness; piano -fortes, sitrrois,carpeta,
ke., from Wil liam doellzuotkonsokeropiok.
I'UXIIRTOIIT si.LE—neth ruiltir. TILL tier.
Alas, watchmaker's engraving machine. •
Also, at 12 o'clock, el (dant reserve, a tat sheer tea
set-5 pieces' weight ; 154 oa.. Ki‘
4.101. WASILINGTON'S SOYA. • •
At.l2 o'alckei, a 41111;1;eloogiag late general
Wuhingtou
17.61t6d1ir AMOK ekirmrs.
Mao, tiro dogma Neenah carpet,.
Ales, several fine tapostrboalvet, and lirassels ear
Pete.. ,
We No.llo Spree% atteet:
SUPERIOR 1121LNITUR, BRIISAICLA OMITS,
PIANO-PORTE, AiIIMOSS, PINS sziebraff
PAU:WINGS AND ENORAYINGS, immure,
lIA2iDSOME 01113 CHANDELIERS, Re., '
On Friday Morning, e
13th hot ' at 10 o'clock , by catalogue, AWNS. 1224
Spruce ntreet, below Thirteenth, the Areal?* ho old
forruture, Ito., of • gentlem e n
declining have
May be examined at B o'stnek on the morningc=e.
VALTIABLIt 1111,410A1 BOOM;
On Saturday Neenlag.
NOv. 14, at the auction store, will& sold a
of .ealuable medical books. .} f ptatiettia, 04'64
legate.
&Is Noe. 189 aidSettik . ferthet_ek•t• I
1 1 . 8111 44VSNISCRUOTikoie
Oo Saturday toorolog,
At 11 o'clock, at the auctioa More, one rase of srayer‘r
German "Plower Root.; troia roodesc.hoot Jr. Son, illnt
tem comprising the ueual assortment.
Sale N 0.1017 Wsltott et set.
STOOK Or SUPERIOR rCIANITITILIO.
On Monday morning
Nov.loth, it 10 o'clock at No. 1131 7 Walnut street,
without reserve, the entire stook of John DDaarrews,, do.
dining buskins on easount of ill health, oomprWng •
general astUrtment of drawlat-room furniture, sad
one styles and severity, superior shtunbor end dialog
roots turn/two, superior book.rases, ke., to., all mann
festaFed in the bast manner, expressly for private
Sales g- and walwented. '
Catalogues throb days previous to sale.
The Store
~ L s o Bent.
Philadelphia and futon tile Libraries ;
WOLSIXT_ & SCOTT, , AIICT
AND 00)1/111,54U3 NIZIWtt ro 4.11 mast.
NUX Street, opposite the Oedema HMO, beltreen
harth mad 1111 b Btreets.
EXTENSIVE SALE . Olf ELNE OeiRRIIGE
AND !MEW DIMES, Sc.
By order of the /Leehotee.
Frjday next, -
Aleannenetng at oln4ck precisely, we wilksell, by
order of the assignee, (or cash, a large and ealata hie
eossigument of furs for ladles' andlent's.wearalnigh
and earrisge robes, Yoe. Included will bi found cams,
Ulnas, ;leonine*, rouffa„ pelerinee, storms,
gauntlets made In the mat fashionable mane of
Holm BAY Company's sable, myna sable, Bich, Si
berian squirrel, stone martin. ermine.
SLEIGH AND CaDIIIAGE runt*.
Also an assortment large-she sleigh and *Nage
robes all the desirable furs, and worthy the.particn
lar attention of those in want of s superior arDolit.
Gaga! Notices.
NOTICE -IN THE ORPHANS' COURT
FOR THE OITYIND COUNTY OF PUILADEL
?FM.
Estate of WILLIAM B. DA.iIELS, dtreesssd, - Sur
proceedings in postilion. •
Vs °anion Daniels, John 0. osolels, Rio Fish,
Gilbert W. Fish. Marietta Barnes, Cherie. Barnes, Den-
Jaren Ai. Daniels, Austin Daniels, Louk Daniels,
sod
Ds Forest Daniels, and all other persons Internited in
the above estate.
You are hereby notified that the Court ha•granted •
Rule upon all the 'cornea' interested in the above estate,
to appear at said Court on FRIDAY; the ith day of De
cember, A. D 16g, at 10 o'clock A. M., and accept or
refuse the real elitate at the appralsement made by the
fikeriffand Inquest, or show cause by the ammo should
not be sold. OEORGD
Attorney of Petitioner.
Dona BANIIII4, Clerk of Orphans' Coert. nol2-Dnr-2t
TN THE ORPHANS' COURT FOR THE
60UNTY PIIILADELPHIA,—;stata, of T/103.
ShilTlify deceased. The auditor appointed to audit,
settle, end adjust the account or Ebenezer 31axwell and
Joseph Flo .ttergood, executors of THOMAS SMITH, de
ceased' and also the Dena account of the said executor.,
under the wilier the eald THONIO,4I.IITH, deeseaed,
and to repot distribution, will attend to the duller of
his appointment on TUESDAY, the 24th day of Novem
ber, A. D.,1157, at 4 o'eloth P• . 11.0 it his office, No.
271 south PISTIL Street, hetow PRUNE, in the city of
Philadelphia. JO ;PH A, CLAY,
nol2.eod.bt Mentor.
IN THE GOUT OF COMMON PLEAS
Olf PUILADELPIII&POUNTY,
In the matter of the eatate of /MU B. TYLER, as
signed for the benefit of creditors.
The Auditor, appointed by The Coort to milt, adjust,
and eatUe the account of 4,011 N .EL COLLINS, tutalguee
of .11088 U. TYLER, suid to report distribution of the
balance in kis hands, will attend to the dellei of his
appointment at bla office, No. 63 WALNUT St , Phila
delphia' on IdONDAY, November 10th, 11551, 4,ti
o'clock E. 11. SI. RUSSELL TIIATER,
nos-them-5t Auditor.
TN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS
IN
OF FIIILAIIELPIJIA COUNTY, Mora T., .1857,
No. 18. Bur libel for divorce '
ANNE M. DARROW, by her pelt Mead, &c., es
JOON J. BARROW.
And now, November 7,1857, on motto°, the Court
ranted a rule upon the respondent to show cause by
a divorce a vinteuto metric:lootl shoed not be dec.reed In
the above case. Ratan:wade November 28. 1851, at 1.0
A. ht. J. F BELSFNCLANG,
noll.2avrdw Attornoy for Libellant.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT - FOR TB
CITY AND COUNTY OF PIIILADUPIIIA.
WM. It. mowta.9., et al , to use, he , or. 01 D.
llAlllaft Alias Fs., June, 1857, No. 512.
The auditor appolotal by the Court to distribute the
(and arising (rote a elle under the above writ, of the
following real estate, vii: All that certain messuage,
tenement, dud lot or piece of ground, 'Stoats to Ger
mantown ' on the southeastwardly side of itittehhouee
street, at the distance of (our hundred and seventy feet
nine lothas southereetweidly from the southwest side
of the Male ettetteprentaining In (rout or breadth on`
said Ritteehoulei itreet thirty feet, and extending in
Length or dep9i that width, between parallel Rees, at
rightartgler therewith, Matheastwerdly, two buedred
feet nine Masa (with the Improvements thereon); will
attend to the dattee of Me appointment at his °Mee,'
No 142 8. 111011T/1 Street, (went Bide) en R 9•
DAY, November 19th, 1857, at 4 o'clock T. H., when
and where al/ persona are required to present their
claims or be debarred Duro Miming in upon said fund.
not-19t lOEIN B. COLAHAN, Auditor.
Vass anb ;Pim Olttre,
NEW STORE.
l ir GOODS.
J. MARXRIN lc W
MASONIC HILL, ns exEsTivvr
WS/ golf 03' HIND •
Complete apd aptondld isnortment of WHITS "ti
BAND, and DZOOSATED Th Npl3 MINA; BOHR
WAN, CIPfBTAL, and COLORED (ILARBWVIE;
RHO, PARIAN, LAVA, and TBBNA COTTA WARM,
beside* the greatest variety of
SANDY ARTIOLDS,
which 1011 be sold'at lower prlosa than at any almllar
Store in the Visited States.
N. D.—Goods loaned to' Parties on ywoonitlalik
tonna. 27-tt
500 G ALLS. '
1 • 000
60 Ci i i. , Ent U
s i rd O gl, tor sole*
OROANDALsonmon, a co.,r
No. 104 N. %Wear* *venal.
UTINCHE STEIL -& SCIOTTe GENTLE
KIWI PUBNISFING BVORN, and VAT?
EATIMES AliAllefellt? BIANIITAOPTORY( VW. feo
mar Street shove Seventh street ; Plillillelp a
Woltiott of Mothetti and Waiter* ltoroksatz, sad
Btilotioro, to porthalsrly Invited to Ulm improved out of
Matto, theme% porfoot tlttlog settle onAo. At 'bolo•
solo sod Moll, Cod mid. to order. ottOrtrif
MANILLA ROPE.—SUPERIOR
SILL& ROPE, montfooturod on&FITILSIt for solo by
WIAV&S,
ihoit.or to, 4R N Testae rt.. and Na 'llibarrea
LCOWE RANGL—Soar sr •
wEPX 09. PDX. MOP P. 410 pet
_ :;
.;"
Ir • Omen via" Ton
_
tiami *ma amp
py g my MOW A 11101.10 ta , 11012 1
Wyr 51 41? *lt ;. Jamb sw• Wt.
RBA IN6TAT2 111 a UTE.
• TbissittsVill. - •
Orphan" , of %ate Oath, Deed .
I' Reltnia Et , -1,0 7 -0/ tiatMlak TH
mos ..1.
Three 'Eliel
out "M• of &COM I.
- A " -**int a
Aloe Mester
atreet, 13 feet fewer M A fordeep. SOO peered
rent.nee 71f
Orpribiii Odefit ' ' ''' :, 4,
nvie - swum AND ..1 -., I•• • , 'WIT.
--------ro, . . ,I. -•
_-, , 1.4 Of ' •1 -
frineolonse , tbaat - ifdd IlhodalfeCil i k"t ,
80 M ]Erode , R sbo ]Erode , SO feet treat itialla deep, to
Phillip
, Mill.. $OO ground _no
0n.t.,,, coutiab—searts fl6/04-
TAvsloratuF,OMl , i !Litt.
'A three-4w awe *pets , two.
*tory brlat beek trstlding and lot of, na the east
aide of &nand streets Wow& Itace=" ithefe.l7
feet front, and extereNZ a feet 4X 4 lnebits,
then narrowing to 1434 , , ear Alltewitar the' farther
in dep i th of 19 feet: . la*pr , ,
~ ' pe !1 ., 00botlisolr of
Ertso le be
ir P4l oar."l
1 aas store 'tee tie
mime le 'buck e . - -4 ,
ar /2,800 may atilidA, if &Arad.
10 RUL
A thrso.stary Brisk IhrejZ t l i ritlit ture-stort
brick_ ballAtor. 193_ Math: Am,. abene
Wood streak RAM I , 6oopir - aeseace. s Apply at The Axe
tics Store.
AT `nrrAms war.
A aret-oleas Priutiag Otlie 'NW rat et %W
-IWI, foam pciatinpreme, tint And an, Adams
Type mad everytkLocaresarptyrki: WAN.. Aniy
At tile Auction atom :
41117th Ins - 11,
M CI NC* S OZIWIapatOt a. 17*.e
=TB and 14 Onsets. ..-. - -..:-.. ........ie
AT PRIVATE SALP,—.3Oldt esaftorii'l.ik=4,olose,
Lepine, Englieh, Swim, oat • -
of every description, mosioathsettjahot, ke, .
S.
AT PRIVATE BALE — . ds Owes,
household farnitaro, ofoetay , bells, mat
treues, carpeting, lookhfg gfaasseclaisty origins, he.,
—..
Dot-door salsa attended to ' i the
env Charresx‘y_ low ha , , •
elothlD,r, Je IFe S Y7 he.'
fivrai.ses pidg e V.cmit annot :
Ls. Com...rot Race Earena,
Where money will be !mast ' _ . glYslUls . to
Watches, Jewelry, 10fonteada tisel
_mood.,
Groe.rie., &Tan, Hard_ .Whittk a '. . , bal
ding, Horeat, Teltialos Rantraso likkara oily ar.
ja h r itort
titles of Taloa for any le=afttma salledool i ounsons
satisfactory snot kikersk. Lau Set „way owe aelids.
u0,..„...t . • " „ . , Ji. KATRZTS,
NOTICE —All goods forfagsd 4'Tfil*-74, Loa*
Office, S. E. tomer of ninth at Rua. ;en be
sold at pablie auction, on -Tnalideeelararog, 244 . 0(
November. at 10 ceolock,wolaikstaltoes call overtone,
thereto, and par shargra, bad teat* thole cortilicatcs.
Moses Distkiths, ft.,. COMM. digs% sad hoorakroeta.
NATILANS'S GREAT Rath OF 101110IUMIWO — - Da,
W.ll tar. plass -
Cht..twasday *mufti , .#
November 24th, at 10 O'clock, allitainallehhastes
&action store,. S. . same of Whlit Satlitiej stream,
In the seow4d —owlearst4 filen Nefieseheret.
It will entbraket tha_* pat halaseismoop ern
offered se public astMC , tesiottal4o a. -
rat aleortment of snpral. oreveosts,
dress and froth eitaki, hit•inass .. ..qa eats,
handkerchief., boots, &NW' , *IOW .011,,ihy
goods, coats, pants, ants silk .
menno, Wage, detain.. end - dresses La77r...71,
patterns, ladles' and thil ' , eighoof. , lmella sad
shoes, puns, silk Tele* , tad kWh Oaths,
!gram, capes, buqoas en hreele,
crape, .11k, stens, lOW t-
.. ' ' air other
shawls, psvasots. N - fig, eo-tafeititaks.
blankets, sheets, pillow•osseartstreathr, boot* steel
skates, pistols, travilitagejnneka
"rallied. levwaars.
--•--' • - '
. . -
sooting - stoses,ead•lrese.striassrla r sad
elegant silver-pleted tea-se - gadtas4 smiery
rare, civet, daguerreotype ' raamolear, *irk
fixtures, - elealery . seV'llabatiosseta. Webs by
Knox & Shai, pew aegerseate, : fiseldell
awl • tbouseal other let .1. • -
Particulars berretta'. .
WEBB'S great salefisthilakilfatabes, Imo,
Gnu, Pistols, Maslen! hiAta:itlia t tail-Lea shortly. Due notice will be glean,—
WEBB'S great sale of Dry QS** illettemst„
&e., beiag forfeited eollatendo, eeth tam place shortly.
Doe Deice will be gins.
AT PRIVATE SALT, AT iofilAAdff WU"
BELLING If ItlCE3.—Daalle-laslitteholb aid lessiting
moo gold patent lirsoikorodrats,agAimionesi ap
proved malice; hooting coat and apes** radimp. , -
meat lever sal lepias watches. fuller sled - I. gold
enameled lever and lepiris WEIN* qtr fskies'i gold
jewels, of may description; rarer kr , r aad
oxidise, in hunting cease sad open Om sant
Swim, sad french models; a girearailotertarast — aVe.
nitare, beds, Mittellallolly
OCT-DOOR SALES medebargesta slat
theitimes, leer.
is of 4111 cry 4.ol.lllolfiligAlt amb iSildied
fer C ;l ' Veroirste sale.
MONNE ADVANCED 401 a all east ovary it:W.o4.4o
for P 4 llO eir rivals imolooar to as he W,- far dashed
time. astgai knr.
SAMUEL KATumis, .AVerLONftlit
wt LOAN 0,7717 L N1 L 1m smak
Street, below Webrat, own.* a.m. 0,41 7
Meta doors beim the ILlchanige„
limos of basioess form aminen, 4 . Y., antil IS
o r sioel in the srerdas.
Oat iooe sake, I,f sales at the heathen lime, at.
%wen upo n the wet salltdsttairy tense.
airtraz. OM
. .00Q
Sstobliaked for dm lost ,
TIMM - Years.
kleartem made item one dollar to Omen& am Dia
mous,. ether Plate, Witches, Jevetry, Hardman, Mar
charKii:34., Clothing, rarnitnrs, Bedding, agam,Kasiml
Instraments, Guns, Home, Carriages, aid aft& ot
ere s 7 description.
All goods mu Maga iny jagEth st time agreed
upon: -
ra.trAdiMar. - . - •
;''"'" - Ptkrk
ene 3u ,. 4,1
This Store House lowing a depth at 1211/ atitt, ha lugs
eft sad thief-poor reran to store all raltuldsa, sad Fri
Tate watchman for INe pendant; also, a hoary this
ranee ideated for Una bengal of ail persona baringrag
adeancted upon
N. B.—On soongat of baring an wall Copia;
thin 01100 L rgiozon to risks anninso on pots etas.
V ein ocoonunedating tam thalk any °lbw in
Mow idninont 4 the poor, In null snaininiii, vlik
"2.147 ratvAn smai:
' Gold Potent Iwiar std othar_Wataliis, aa
Clothing will be sold at reduced Woos.
(GEORGE W. SMITH, :AITOTIONNEE
N1.,1 N. B. -corner of - BABBOB ant BOMB DRY I2
above 11P0000d.
srianie num.
amiss Mit! BATTSRDAY mirma,
At 73i o'olgelt, At tho Anetidn Store, of riartmay, Oat
10 7 , HoooSeeping ArUclos, Motion, Wotahos, 34mA-
Art.teUt.
3rtsgTanq
VOICHONIStAX,VIFIREL INSURMWE
la COMPANY, OP - 112.111 ,7 8PAT1. Olt PZIINSYLYA
MIA.-0Ma.14.,N. PosuGljourni wAurn
e*bserthwi Cast Oa, POW.
Patel-sp Osidtat. •Wo.ooo.
• DAVLD JAYMI, M. D., instant.
THOMAJ3 8111 WAST, Ylai Pion.
avow. B. MOON. Beellitbry,
CIIRARD FIRE AND MARINE ISSUE-
Iug ANCE COMPANY, PELMADELPRIA-0140, NO.
902 WALNUT street west of TRIAD.
1, TIM 3i1.888 ONLIf
• • niakennale. - .
Wm. M. Bulk ler. Walker, ' _
'bhp Agrinth, h., • J 21.0. kteOlefe,
H. I , lDerroaglut, The. Omen ,
J. B. Higbee, A.B. Gillett,
B. D. Bbersoaa, firma 811 a
Wm. Y. Backer, lima boneer t 'D..„ '-
J. P. Btelatr, Jearph Elapp,lLD„
E. A. Rhaatelford,
- Ron. JOEL 301115, Preatent.
Hon.*. W. WOODWARD, Ince President.
Jiro. 8. Walar.Ll; Beeentary.
Iklll3 B. Wow>,Ailataar&re. tiny. urd...Sinif
FOR SRERX-FF
Aranttlet GEORGE MOORS,
WARD.
SlNset.to Demecrttie
FOR SHERIFF -
JA)LIAS G. 0L13130.1ti t
I , VSITF•SgCOSD WAID.
Subject to Tromomtio Rules.
F" SHERIFF, .
EDWARD T. MOTT,
TWELPTII 'WARD
111311SSOr Tu DIMOOTUTIO IDLZI. cel64es*
920 CHESTNUT ST. CARPETS
Bezz.Y . BROTREE
Will continue to sell their
- ••• ENTIRE STOCK
At greatly reduced priers, including
FINE VELVET CARPETS
r
Bought at suction, to be sold at $l. 37)—usual price
$1 e 7.
TAPESTRY AND BRUSSELS CARPET'S,
SHYER THREE-PLY CARPETS,
GOOD L'iGRAINS,
ENTRY AND STAIR CARPET 3.
FLOOR OIL CLOTHS,
in e 77 style mid width, equally low.
No, 920 CHESTNUT ST
puits! Fußs!! FUR S !!!
• ' . " REGARDLESS OP con
CHAS,OAKFORD & SON, •
62! CEEST.VUT STREET,
3111.0 W S6TENT2,
AU SELLM TTibLA
LARGE AND caßrimas SELECTED STOCK
LADIES' FURS
AT PRIDES TO SLIT THE TIMES.
We would 'OW our lady Menai to all Immediately
gad ware p ba p 1 ..AOlll-tatbei.at
A WELL-SECURED MORTGAGE OF
14,0e0;4.3d ono of $5,000, foi kilo. Apply to
JIVES H. OASTLE,
Path Stied, beloi Chestr.
A.VING rnip:—UNITED STATES
TRUST COMPANY, corner of TRIAD and 93169 T.
N3IT
LAW mut received, and paid tack on de
tail; witheut noties, with MR PIM CENP TES
- NWT from the day or depoeit to the day of withdrawal.
ORice hqnel, fre a until 5 o'clock every day, cad on
MONDAVINVIMILROB from T until f o'clock.
DRAW 8 for sale on England, Ireland, end Banl2lThat,
D o*
Preeldet i MPlllN R. CRAW/02D
Tresesuree—PLlNY FISK.
leticee-4AILItii 1111N2112.
rooRINGI3OARDS-23A0 itmt, Carpi'
tosroot, for ralol am
TIN & It.&0
, 111pintik Valor I,realt
lop IT 8 SIA reitstED
003DA111.,* raparlor article, zsaaufeatiaro
%nil fo r salikar rtrime & co,
.as sa , • Ifie.sll 'maw d kB9 N Wiwimi
CTON: --100. balsa GuLf Cotton, fa store
boa kerksby
itka7lll k Xlo.lll*l -
se I Watoltkoet
QORGIAIIM, or CHINESE SUGARCANE
sssD-25..busbeis far sale br
011.0,10.114. PHISCS, A VO
Iio.VAL /Mama wine,
nol.o-11t
TolUical
Carpetings