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aninerattOldisifitg . Of the JIM Troop Phi
. ladalpissa City•aalkstry,--Thhitiroalonored corps
anniverstst7 at _their
Armory; en - Tuesday,e*ening.- : -We believe that
ittselroeplit'theToldestlnilltary 'body in the United
Statile; Troop';Wittilorin ed' hi 1774, aid have
eliF*eli4 oven aOtli , e ergenizidlon. Although
yhejiterted Onee pealed from the
cot s o ilajok, sire glad toatate that the shmit
Spirit thstaptuated the numbers of 1770' still ex
lets. -,Zie Netter what, the:oeeasion may be, Whether.
ltstippOss erloti emit soine'diatinguished guest,
or nOtaajOarA eyer - thistemains of some illustrious
- 6**s:re:at-ill times ready to respond
to the 411 otrtheli:tenunander.' 'The Troop has
some ltallitthlapilies in its possession, among whioh
are tbemolcue Carried in the Battles of Trenton and
Prilleeton, severed' letters front General Washing
to!),-ana an- their pay-rolls, ho., during their Ber
lin ialboeYebatiOnatj struggle. -
Rua .gtiate Sale.--James A.
,Freeman, - anc=
ember; add the following real estate last °venlig
at the Philidelphralsohange, vim .• . Three three ,
stety briek houses end lot' of ground esat, side of
Second itreet„, 20 feettiront and' 100 feet deep, $9O
grauarketiat,, hold for_ $000;:a lot of ground with
- ronithrUtitoq'lirick and one frame house thereon;
east Stiteut,washington street, sold
121 fitrilieli,; g5O Imola:rout, :sold foi. $112.• ; a
threa.eteryhriek tavern sthnd and dwelling, two
, 4 0 44 hick- building - and lot of ground s on
llstate. rlde tt'll*erstatreet,' between- Race and
- feet' front and,eittending in depth
ell rest 4flieliel,cield for $4,800. • '
- /Sastre Oft Pxfapon.•••••,•Thili evening at Con=
'Who his' - resided for- many
- . 7 stionAstin the attend will leetnre on Japan. - He
Ifisiagteleetslllll;- G oVerranerit'und people of
rd ati,,tlw ifiateina; arts, - temples, religion, and
-,arohitectari,:clia trill also 'discuss the policy ',of
the Geid•ritineni of Japan In regard to its inter
's-enrol with other nations. `Mr. Doty ought to be
well glialillectto speak on this - interesting subject,
*tut See:shall helhny to god public • expectation
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` 124010,11 15. 4 0.00 1 i00int OttllOnlinles
41*etioraint'iMeittell Vie re,sprtists
grcnutAirtll beloaftef,be - MOY,OttroreeC 'The
weekly poviallty ispoits etihe oltlhavebeen 'of
late - incoinplete, ,owing to the neglect of Some of
the persons who have 'charge of the :burying
grounds.' The pinaltyfor non-compliance with the
The Case ol,lify.-Wainihrfaht.,The hear
ing in the ease of hte,-,Wainwright, President of
the Commercial Bank; has again beet% postponed
mutilate afternoon. ,- .At..the hearing yesterday,
- before -Alderman. Helfriabt, nothing was allotted
which haenot already been • published: District
Attorney Mann and J. Ale x ander Simpson' con
duet the prosecution: • ' -• ' • '
.Rieh min; named John
Cohen, was arrested 012 Adillphi street; yesterday
morning, for palling out, a Inifo,'and attempting
tostab.a womai'whoza he mot there, as he was
Walking along: Re had withltim a tiekot for
brad, and -also quite , a considerable amount of
iiteney-Lolinf the last men worthy of charity....
DeatkalePhiladelphia'Shipma4er.- 7 0ap.
pahateblusoa,t, Ormhooner B. Wattson,' died at
Havana preilene oth tnet,, of'Yeliew fever, aged
about At home and ..abioad'.he was
gintorably,knowu, andlis decease will be regretted
Ivy's large oisoliof friends.
'.Clittrch.—A • new ' and
aplendid organ has ,reeently'been erected in All
Protestant - Ohurch,., Tirelfth
street; below Fitzwater: • The instrument, a very
atmerioi rem, was manniastured by George Jardine
a &n f orgart builders, New York. • • ' „
Divitiitid Body Recoveeed:—.4be, .od y , , :an
unknown drowned - woman was found yesterday
morning, in the Schuylkill at Pine street• wharf.
The body - seems to have been in the Water for some
Stdden l Dertih.—Sohn McGuigan died very
Ariddeody,l - yesterday morning. In .Biddlo- street,
bOtweiln'ltithtpthird end - Zwentylfourtb; Fif
teetitliivird.—:'Coroner Fstuser was sent to hold an
No; 229 1. O. of 0. F.—
Tliomeinberii orthle lodge hays appropriated Vid
'for tholsonetifOrthiSildowi'mni orphans of their
deoeasoil mOmbero;,,': -1:
'; - „ViT : .,y.j'p-Km,s':
001 i MAltEnvii YESTBEDAT.—PriIimps one of the
trait cheering evidences of the times is, that - our Mar
kets netnithstandini the superabundance of everything
I. thatline it ittk present time; are cleared with usual
premptuem and that, too, by persons who are evidently
able ind•willing to - pay good prices. Bev* of our
markets were' yedaday gdepliod abundantly with all
kinds of good things In the eating_ line. and from the
&leerily withirhlob they were de/loathed, we are sure
lair venders will bear testimony that people arc de.'
termtned'td lire well, be times as they may.
fisiopeaking, of ',the .pyics,r of, marketing, we May
notientla~tao centegoori many
loadfnuirrticles' of: provision f ' purely' the-resilient
Fhteh has( recently found its way
into our untrintirriopetutione.to great extent, and
hashad the end' not only to tax the consumer with
Via imount of- the 'modulator's profit; but
lute, by.yrithhoirling - certain 'articles
,when there was
really no scarcity r of them, Inilat . i4to an unreasonable
'irritant the - plea of these art.cles hr, the hands of -their
thereto er'inetliatrtagorrisilo feeling ln the • Mind - of
;no 40°010,0;01a cozninunitY, against these Middle:
reeir speenhiterS. Tble Is partly, attributable-to the
,thelvhiyhm &twain =weer:yea fattened upon
wiilipe - 41'ilghti-erothbre 7 dir "acupYint iz*ket
-stands on the street, for instance, from which they, are
.4sieluded by • city ordinince,*also, banana) Our pee-
Ail; are.arena t 3 being obliged to pay
, toammishin,MerelYbeCanse . in InconsiderahleMunber
-of . those. who are benefited by it see proper I. hawse
upon the many.- _ `- 5
. Tes SiCithit,MAliaaT.-StOOka are going up at
prevent abo itsl4 .. .rapfilly as they went down some two
menthsainme, lOrtines have Veen made by speculations
ist*Metitg; end the
,oseeessfut. Speculators, hale tn •
vosts4staall portion of their profits In the purchase of
elegant garments at the Brown Stone Clothing Hall of
liNiteiniNoe. 603 and 605 Chestnut street,
ii*StrICENG Busingse. Tho Readers of the
PRIV} will hear, with pleasure, that w number of
cotton-mill,, &clods', etc., have reenmed operations.
XtII boiled =that that banks, generally, will resume their
specie payments soon, "and that affairs will brighten up
alloyettheicilitry;, Our readers
anelegent end icasicable Salt of clothes, at co at price,
iteoinnentle‘t6 Patronise the Isahlonable Empo.
ritunaff Oliften, 'Albright, tc tlo., in Jayne's fall, No
Ilthestnat street, who are Contlnuing them sales at
.coat, for the purpose of keeping their hands employed.
PIINNSYLVANIA BANK NOTES.—The confidence in
these fiepreciated, ,, promises to pay} l is evidently not
entirely lost in certain quarters.
We noweee it Min °uncoil in our advertising columns
that the retail' dry=goods housea B. F.:Whom:in, in
street,'Sbove Ninth, 'offers to receive these
nista it win payment for goods. This is a good op.
iertinity ter those whohavi them on baud to, get rid
of, them without submitting toe shave. "
BY THE PILOT LINE.
LETTER FROM NEW YORK.
,(491otTespo!acOmee of The Ppose.]
, Nate Yoatc, Nov, 18,--5.2.0 P. M.
The flnafloinl news by the Niagara, from Liver
pool, announcing ,the rise iu the rate of discount
ortlui punk of England to nine par cent.; and a
Rivera' *inure In consequence English
money market, bas oonaiderably dazoiedlbo ardor
,eldieulators,,and caused a gloomy feeling
street.' It was, to a certain extent, to be
' • exPented that-the Continual drain in bullion from
the ERA of England to this country, added to the
wand _, wast e East India Conspany and the Anemia'
press on the ocurtinent of Europe,'would neces
sitates farther advance in the minimum rate of
diecount, so as to atop the efflux of the precious
metals:, •- -
It is natural . A
that such course should cause a
severe preasuri. andthat several failures would
+ .'reeultfrom it ;,,,bet refill am of opinion that there
- will be no pants iii"lngland,,stid that things'will
right tbartuselves; because :the proper precautions;
ancrsie others: - will be taken, and because the corn •
mitultY lieve'lly - ntest implicit confidence in the
ability, and honesty of the di
-, f:':l4teteribithelfank - of England. •
.4f:l - .:;ln'thia,,likle - the , difference between the pr4esure
tire end on the other side. llere the banks cause
panitOecause Alta - publie'—and justly—have no
confidencel.bn their management; and there, the
'bare' perfect -Confidence, • and suffer pa.
tiontly, - believing that it is for their ultimate
irded.-j'thinit it Very probable that the Bank of
-England will raise the rate of discount - gill higher,
• if they And dt neeessary to do so, to stop the ea
• port of gold,' and I think we may took for aaoyere
Pinta: on tile other aide until the demand
'but I cannot believe in epanie--a suspert
„,,c Aden of the Par& of Edgland, and the other bug-a
are Circulated here as authentic.
• Ihe delve has ooneiderbly checked the rapid and
bleyentoperationSof the stack beaid,.and cruised
epsoudefers for a rise to halt a little.. This is
hardlyto be regretted; end if there is a Bottled
.iettotton fer-'afeiv- days, ikorill be, lees injurious
thisrther.rittpid foliation which was to bo
Aidekethen settling day, for the recant purchases
ariadVaiteeisinie round.* the money market
, thave nothirignmitecommunionte.
- The banks have.plenty of money, are ready to'
- , ...,,,4eratit; hat itomot flni any one good• enough to
rowdy, it. ,;This iegiterally so. In the street
there also no elitinge - .,-' , The reign of the 'shavers
t its uptiet overi and notaries nubile are Stiff active
• -frmirthree" to five - ' Tiknortow begins the
nsisr.,:eisternredemptionlottheir otirranoy, by
VA the country bitaki. It is believed that nearly all
.1; ,qthoes institutions have agreed to the.proposal, and
Alta diffentity_:- IDetnestio
Letierigens qtthted tui'follows by Thomps on ,- Morse,
- • ,
, r/.; Bay, }_per ot. pro m , ; se lf. 1,
;State chtirenay (until Thursda,Y), par..
. • *,pe r seat: die.
2ilaw Oral. lb 0 , 1 Ix 3
nibliolptlia • • 21a21 -,"
4`.:4 141 * „ Sind
to s , , taL
: A A 000
lidli T61041' - 6 a6l
"th', om i wirenteety, ihdittutvatut Ito: • • - •
• al • 'r
4fttliOle44,loßnsin fk a d
IPIM 9,lool4.ltOrants 8 414.10w5:
- SrepAr 4 . 4‘r: . Buying. Selling.
Pei Aire.' liter horst,
- s- -lle, E
' • POO . ' l O R 4911111
~,~~'~r l '~2':." j , k`~'i:,wiarv+f`,ws blljq~~9 , ;.
Etiteign Exchange 11 dull and intooe at yodel , .
Im:illness at the' Clearing House
w4 B- i-Obsariegi 812,429,207 - 90. -Balances paid in
oohs $1,138,99716: '
Ihe Sub Treasury received to-day 8189,07 0 he;
paid 11207,847 91 (including 850,000 California
drafts) leaving-a balance of $4,992,104 84. The
()minims reoelpts for duties are $Ol,OOO.
' The sales at the first board of the stook Ex
change were unusually huge, openitg in most
oases at yesterday's rates, but falling off at the
close, under the influence of the Niagara's news.
State and bank stooks hold their price rather
firmly, but the fall in Railroad stooks being from
0 to 4 per cent. At the Inwood board they fell
still lower, with free sales. New York Central
fell 2, with .prlvate sales at 771 ; Reading 1 ; Erie
10 ; La Crosse and Milwaukee 3 ; Cleveland and
Pittsburgh 1 ; Galena and Chicago 1; and Cleve
land and Toledo 11; RHnd s Central advanced 19.
NEW YORK STOOK , EXORANOB SALES, Nor 18:
8000 Missouri Cis 79 96 Mich Smitten It 20
24009 11l Oen Bd 86 78 do 20
60 OumberPdtoal 1031,' 70 do 21,x
600 do 10 46 Panams'll
60 do • • 101( 50 . do bBO 00
100 N Y Oen It 78X 100 • do '1,60 90
60 do 78,X 160 11l Central • 96
760 do 78 ISQ do 00,g
100 Erie Railroad 38 300 °lei& WEN IL 13
26 do 17% 100 Clerk Tel It 42%
10 do 17 500 do 41%
80 Olev Co& Clan 90 200 do 530 42
Cal & Ohi R ,80 100 • do b3O 41%
200 Reading R 43 100' do 414(
10 do 431( 1000 Ohio lk It R blO 80
26 - . 'do 43)1 10 do 80
100 doa 48% 25 do • 79%
60 do ,43,44 60 do bS 79%
300 - do ' 44 240 La Cr & Mil 9s, 10
60 Inch Cent R 67 I 200 do fOX
.3130 XII& Bliss It. EIS 32.4
I ~ ^ y„ ` t
. . .
Asuza.—The market is heavy and lower for
pots; sales at $B.Bl/48.871. Pearls aro inactive
OOFFSII.—At the auction ,sale this morning, a
&aline of le was subiUtted to on Rio. The sale
was as follows ; 182 bags at Nall ayerago 0.64.
Oorrox.—The market continues quite languid,
and in the absence of important transactions, we
are unable to give any reliable quotations.
FLOUR, &e.—The demand:for Western canal
flour is fair ; prices are Withodt itopitrtant change,
The arrivals are not large. '
The sales arelo,ooo bbls at $4.43545 for oom
mon to good State; $5.1045.30 for extra do; $4.83
43 for superfine - Indiana and Michigan; $5.40a
$8 for extra do; $5.46a58 for common to good ex
tra Ohio ; 85.7047.25 for St. Louis, and $6.60a
$7.75' for extra Cieneseeiclosiog heavy for extras.
Canadian flour is offered with more freedom, and
is lower; the inquiry Is More limited; 'sales of 600
bbls at $546.50 for extraArands,' Southern'llOur
Is:Without quotable change; t h e demand is more
active; the low prim- here, as compared with
southern Markets, is attraoting the attention of the
trade—sales , 0f.1290 bbls at 55.1045.25 for mixed
to good brande - Baltimore, to:, and $5.40a56.75
'or the better grades. = -
Rye fiouris quiet at $3.5044.75. Corn meal is
heavy at $3 00 for Jersey and $3.75 for Brandy
wine. Buckwheit flour is in request at $24.25
Onam.—Holders of Wheat are firm, at prides
rather ,above the VISITS of buyers. The sales are
moderate; - about 24,000 bushels at 125a1360 for
Southern red; 140a1630 for white do; 75a970 for
damaged do; 1140 for red 'lndiana ; 1200 for com
mon white Michigan ; 1010 for red Iowa; 1150 for
rod Kentucky and 108a110 for Milwaukee Club.
Rye is in fair demand; sales of 18,00 bushels at
7547 a. Oats are in good demand at 43a470 for
State and Western, and not plenty. Barley 10
firm; sales 7,000 haslet, State at 7546 e.
Barley malt is in fair demand at 9541.05.
White beans are more plenty—salesof 200 bus new
at $1.621a51.68:. Canadian peas are scares and
nominal ; sales to some extent, to arrive.
Corn is very =area and fiagain better ; sales of
6,000 bus at 80420'fer western mixed ; other kinds
are seams and nominal.
firroAus.—The inquiry Is very moderate, and
prices continue to recede. The traneaotlone include
020 hhds Cuba at 410 cash, in bond, for export, and
100 do at sane, duty paid. Porto Rico sells slowly
at Bic. Stuart'S refined are lower—sales of loaf at
lie, crushed at 10,1 e, ground at 100, and circle A
crushed 101 e.., ,
Twas.—The sale of to-day was composed entirely
of blacks, being the first offering of the new crop.
The attendance was good,' and about two-thirds of
tho offering sold at 3111a313efefOolongo, and 2.1.a23i0
for Ankoi, showing.", falling off in price of nearly
200 per lb front July Vrioes for the fortner, and 100
for the lattei. There is a moderate business doing
in greets, at trivate 4 at steady prices; sales, how
ever, are eon ned entirely to, the actual wants of
Jobbora. - • „
:TOBAOOO.—Tho business is fair at steady prices ;
sales of 110 bluisKentudity and Virginia at 7al7ie;
104 bales Havana at 304350; 40 bales Vara on pri
vate terms, and 20 eases seed leaf at 250.
PaoviStosrs.—A fair demand for pork, but at
easier prices for now mess ; old is heavy ; the sales
are 275 bbls at $l7 for prime ; $19.50 for old and
new, mos t and $lB 50 for thin mess $2O for clear.
Beef Is in fair demand, but with ' large arrivals
M 'heavy—axles of 120 bbls at $047 for country
lathe; $6.50a510.50 for do mess; $l4 for repacked
Western mess, and $l5 for extra do.
••• Bilme.taess- beef Is heavy at s2las2s. Reef
baine are steady at $14.50417; sales of 70 bbls.
Baoon is quiet at .12a1230.• Cat meats are scares
and nominal. •
Dressed hogs are In demand at 61a7#. Lard is
;fiat but steady, owing to the light stook—sales of
25 bbls and tos at 12a130 far now and old.
Butter is abundant, t i e demand fair—aalos of
Ohio at 12a170, and State at 1 . 4200. • Oboes° plenty
NEW YORK CATTLE MARKET.—At market
2,lBlJ:reeves, 170 cows, 411 vest's, 10,394 sheep and
lambs, and 3,453 swine, which shows from last week
a decreased 1,371 beeves, 80 veals, 812 sheep, and
2,198 swine. ,
Large numbers 'of initretvere detained by breaks
in the Erie and Central roads, and a lot of Ken
tucky steers, by the washing away of the bridge at
Lioking. Prices of cattle improved full one dent
tollchoice animals; with no' strange' in inferior
stook. Bales are - made for prime" beeves - at 10/o ,
by weight. Good cattle brought 100, Average!
selling Flee 910. 31. r. Wheeler, an experienced'
drover, got 101 e for a few. Cows have. declined
somewhat thereon, few prime milkers in market.
Sheep and lambs were better daring the week, but
had on 59041468 day gone back to last quotatlona.
'Wale LIM, Piano dull at cis for corn fed, and 510
for 'lop, kV.; •
(Reported for The Preen.]
TURKS ISLAND—Brig Lilian, Sonner-2500 bushels
malt, 11 A Bonder tr. Co. '
PORT OF PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 10, 1867•
BUN RIBES 7 9-Buti BISTB 4 61
81611 WATIIt 212
• • • - .
- Brig Lilian. Sumner, 26 days from Turks Island, with
salt tos A Bonder & 00.
- Brig °nous, Baker, 6 days from New Bedford, in bal
last to Shober. Smiting A On
, BchrJas MoOloskey, Stebbins, 4 days from Middle.
town, with stove to captain.
Bohr John 0 Brooks Graham, 7 days from Portland,
with plaster, tco, to ' Baker. '
Bohr Smith Tuttle, Mayo, 7 days from Provineetown,
with sods. to G A Wood.
Bebe King Dove, Donoho, 7 days from Alexandria,
with mdze to T Webster, Jr.
- Bohr Geo Krebs, Emerson, 3 days from Baltimore,
with mdze to T Webster, Jr.
Behr Three Sisters, North, 3 days from Baltimore,
with mdze to T Webster, Jr.
Bohr South Wind, Marshall 3 days from Baltimore,
with mdze to T Webster, Jr.
Bohr Sarah A Hammond, Paine, 7 days from Boston,
with mdze to David Cooper. - -
Behr Tantamount, Davis, 6 days from Boston, in bal
last to Brown & White.
Behr Edwin Reed, Green, b days from Beaton, in bal
last to Brown & White,
Bohr Millard Plllmore, Tuttle, 5 days Isom Boston, In
ballast to Brown it IThlte,
Bchr Bits, Packard, 6 days from Boston, In ballast to
Brown & White. •
Solar It 11 Porter, Henderson, 3 days from Zgg Harbor,
In ballast to 0 Hecksher do 60.
Bebe Clomp, Yates, 3 day* from Egg Harbor, In bal
last to De Haven & Morris,
Bohr Transport, Tilton, 3 days from 'Egg Harbor, In
ballut to John R White.
Bchr Obu Henry, Merrick, 6 days from Dennis, Mau,
In ballast to captain.
tlobr Treasurer, Plober, 4 days from Providence, in
ballast to Rogers, Slnnickson & Co.
Bohr B M Maddock, 'Williams, 4 days from Illddle
town, Cit, In ballad to Tyler, Stone & Co.
, f7chr Puts, Grate, 4days from Goshen, NY, In ballast
to Lewlo Rothermel.
Behr Hannah Wiliettn, Ortrimer, b dila from Rox
bury., in ballast to John R White.
Sohr Little Taylori Taylor, 4 daye from Newburgh, N
Y, in balled to Van Dusan, Norton to Co.
dohr A blEdirards, Edwards, 4 days from Norfolk, in
ballut to Brown Jo White
&Yr Hoary Bill, Taylor, 2 days from Milford, Dal,
,with corn to Jai Barratt & Son.
Sehr Ire. Ward, Till, 2 dAys from St fieorgo, Del, with
wheat to Jae Barrett &
Behr Delaware, Denby, 2 dap; from Odom; Del, with
wheat to Ju Barrett & Bon.
Behr John 0 Remy, Bradley, 4 days from V i enna, Dtd,
with lumber to JW Bacon & 00.
Behr R Fisher, Mason, 3. days from Baltimore, with
Nal to J W Baton # Oa.
Sloop Brady, Burroughs, 3 dayi from Milford, Del,
with bark to ,1 W Bacon k 00.
Ship Sirocco, West, Liverpool, Workman & 00.
Barque nalnhort, Kerlin, Richmond, T A Baikal &
'Brig Abby Elleti, Gilchrist, Portland, G Stockton..
Brig Thus Walter, Illorth, Antigua and a market,
Jauretche & Oarstairs.
Behr II Wrightington, Wrightington, New Bedford,
Itepplier & Bro.
Bohr Marina N, Etheridge, Washington, NO, Myers &
Bake Ohm Henry, Merritt, Lyon, Benordt, Lewis &
Bohr Tatitancotuit, Davie, Portland, Brown & White.
. Behr A E Edwards, Edwards, Petereburg, de
Bohr Hillard Pllhnore, Tuttle, Boston, do
Bohr Zile Packard, do • do
Bohr Bdw ln Reed, Green, do do
13chr Btag, Townsend, Richmond, Blakiston, Cox
Bohr Martha Hall, Storer, Camden, Me, dO
Behr Adele Pena, Carteright, N Bedford, do
fiche 0 id Twat'hell, Boyle, Westchester, do
Behr Treuurer, Metter, Roston, Rogers, Manichean
Bohr 'ft 8 Porter, Henderson,Pallldiver, Chas A Meek
eher & Co.
Sohr Shaddook, Williams, Hartford, Tyler, Stone
' • Behr Cicero, Yates, New Bedford, Be Haven & Morris.
Bchr Vesta, Cirace, New Loudon, L Rothersnel.
Behr II Willetta,Oraumer, Providence,John ft White.
Bohr Transport, Tilton, Yerplank River, do
• Bohr Lizzie Taylor, Taylor,. Newburgh', Van Rosen,
Norton & Co,
Btr J 8 &river, Dennis, Balthi;ore, A Groves, Jr
[Per Steamship Niagara, at nallfaX.]
(UT TRLZGRAVK TO TOR YRIBII.I
' HFLI FA:, No IS.
Arrived—Nor 2d, John Herman, Uamburg.
4th-Harriet Beale, at Antwerp.
FFILVD FOR NOW TORO.
2d-0 Scranton, from uniting Roads.
6th—Cone Linn, from Ulaegowi Orient, from Liver
th--Oreat Western, from Liverpool. •
salaam 700 FR* ORI/AIWS.
. let. Bawler, C H Ludlow, from Bremerhaven.
4th—Eittltan, from Liverpool.
oth—Warbler, from Liverpool.
' 6111,110 /OR PRILADILPIIIt.
, 56th—Mirerot, from Bordeaux.
EST 11111LX611010 -
yreep6adenee'df the Philadelphia Baohanato
0/0.2 ISLAND, Noe. Is. 5 M.
belrwrioutitui Amite Scott, for LondondetrYi a harm
moral Soal sehra bays gone to sea to•day
4 &WHS.( )rig midare lagers pound ID. Wind
Unis THOS. B. UllOlllB.
slips Zookoat from Oft knu9lit4, itiUl Tr
ehip Sirciodo, for . I;l4erpoisi, left her
berth itt BiILB
the foot of iihippen street at 3 P M, yesterday,
in tow of tugs 3' 1:4 Nissfle arid Matt 'White, having on
,board four cabin arid 80 second cabin' and steerage pas.
sengern, end a cargo comprising 148 hhde 62 tcs 60 bbls
molasses, 5,654 bids Hour, 303 do rosin, 130 blids bark,
100 tierces 100 bble beef, 50 do pork, 200 bags pipiento,
and 100 do clovereeed.
Steamship Ariel, Ludlow, from Bremen via South
ampton, arrived at New York 17th Inet.
Ship Polynesia, Perking, from Boston July 23d for
San Francisco, watt spoken Sept lath, lat g 1 5, long
42,5 i W.
Ship Morning Light, Johnston, hence for Panama,
wu spot en 3d nit, lat 5 N, long —.
Barque Elk, Swift, for Bahia, cleared at Bolton 17th
Barque Virginian, Miller, from Rio de Janeiro, was
below Baltimore yesterday.
Brig Isola, Griffin, cleared at Boston 17th that tar this
Brig Emma Eger, Relly, hence, wee below Charles
ton 16th inst.
Ache David Faust, Moslander, hence at Wilmington,
NO, 15th inst.
Bohm E H Rowley, Godfrey, hence at Charleston 14th,
and 0 A Heeksher, Stubbe, on the 25th !net.
Mire Lansdale, Whitmore; R II Daly, Peterson, and
John If Williams, Smith. hence at Boston 17th Inst.
Bahr Bernie L Smith, for Delaware Oity, called from
Fall River 14th nst.
Bar John It Price, from Elizataithport, NI, at Fall
River 16th Met. • "
Was Gaselle, Coombs, hence for Boston; Lamartine,
Johnson, and Alice Lee, Clark, from Bolden for thin
port, remained at Holmes Hole, A hi, 16th Met.
Behr Jacob White, Carlisle, cleared at Baltimore 17th
hut for Wilmington, Del. •
Bohr Arletis, Obese, from Norfolk, bound to Antigua,
put Into gton, NO, 16th inst. in Loft
Norfolk onWilmin the 7th, and OR the night of thedistress.
intuit badly and could not carry eall on it; sprung aloak
in ruddernase. carried away stays,and sustained other
damages. Will repair and proceed her' voyage. Iler
cargo consists of staves, shingles, &c.
Behr Ida de la Torrey, Maxwell, cleared at New York
17th inst for It Thomas.
Behr Maty Dolphins, Mayne, ler Philadelphia, sailed
from Caws 11th inst.
Behr RS Miller, Henderson, from Charleston, arrived
at Georgetown, 861,10 th Inst.
Bchra Yankee Boy, Risley, and Harriet & Bums, Tice,
for Philadelphia, Balled from Hartford 17th inst.
Behr Emellne, for Philadelphia, sailed from Now Ha
Sabre 11 A. Weeks, Weeks; W P Phillips , l3mlth; Tri
umph, Artie; Sophia Ann, Smith; Eli Townsend, Wil
liams; 0 A Greiner, Weaver; Revenue. Careen; Wm L
Dayton, Babcock; 'New Jersey, Worth; Martha, Baiter,
and Ohae Parker, Compffin, hence, arrived at Boston
Behr Flight, North,ltenee at Norfolk I6th Inst.
Behr Ann Plckrell, Mikes, hence at Alexandria 17th
Schre Florence, and L J Ogden, sailed from Alexan
dria 17th Mat for Philadelphia, and J L Bodnar for
Steamer bf W Chapin, Grumley, cleared at Hartford
16th inst, for this port. ,
Bept 28, In the Straits of Fuca, barque Merchantman,
Boyd, from an Brendle°.
0011, lot as, long 50 Bard barque Calcutta, 16 days
from Boston for Genoa.
Oot S, lat 47 84 N, long 128 W, barque Ork, Trask,
from San Branclaco for Stollacoom.
Oct 4, lat 21% N, long 85,14, ship Samuel Lairretdo,
Patton, of and from Boston Bent 14 for Australia.
Oct 16, lat 2.3 50 N, long 25 15, brig 3 - 11 Goorge,"of
Baltimore, from 8t Johns, NP, for Pernambuco.
Ar at Halifax. 6th lust, ach Margaret Bennett, Bennett,
Ar at St Stephen 7th loot, soh J P Johnson, Johnson,
New York, and cid 12th for Calais.
Old at Quebec 121h'inst, ships York, Conway; Hinge
thwn•' Wallace,Connie. Greenock; Espindola, Panne.
mark, London; barque Hosendale, Oawell, Shields.
• Old at do lath, ship Lady Milton, Richardson, Liver
pool barques Lord Riveradale, Thomas,;
Dromahair, Gilan, Anlrosaam Danzig , Schroetar, Chat
llatro—ln port Nov 3, steamship Fulton, Wottou, for
Now York, Nov 17th; shire Bazaar, of Richmond, Stew
art, for do Noy 5; Bavaria, Townsend, do Nov 18; St
Nicholas, Brandon do do; &nman, McNair, for do
sailed Nov Ist; Emily A Hall, of Portland, Wyman, for
New Orleans, do; Oasla. of Portland, °reeds, for New
York, Nov 10; Pepperell, of Saco, Twambly, for New
Orleans, Nov 7; Ann Washburn, Minott, do do; Ellen
Stewart, Wamberale, one; siarolino Tucker, Oongden,
do; Sewall, Mori!, do; Jacob Badger, of Prospect, BM
plea, do; Mary Bangs, of Boston, Somas, do; Peerless,
of Boston, Shilling, do.
Havana—ln port oth instant, ships Ashburton,
* Crocker, old for Savannah in ballast, (before reported
for Boston;) Kossuth, Batchelder, for Falmouth, E,
and orders, £2170 Gd (3800 boron;) J S Harris,. Pren
tice; Oliver Moses, Otis; Geo Turner Dyer; Tuskina,
Fahlowl, and S Larrabee, (Span) Rod rigues wag; Forti
tude, Lou!, and Clara Ann, Patten, ding; barques Hype
rion, Lane, (or Royd) for New York 11th; Albartina,
Barton, for do 10th; B 11 Halo, Crowther, for Pensacola
11th, to load lumber and return to Havana, as $ll per
M foot, (140,000 feet;) Saranac, Bigley, for Savannah,
cldi.Chilton, Pennell, for Valencia mon, wills leaf to
bacco for the Spaniel; Government at]. 6214_ per bale,
(5.000 bales; Ottawa. Reimer, for Falmouth, Eng. at £3
(1500 boxes;) Sierra Nevada, Foster; N Corwin, Mount
ford; leacoochee, --; Grotto, &Men, and Corne
lia, Morton, wtg; John newton, Gardiner; J X Morales,
Burmeister; Express, Sandberg cambia, Beau; How
ard, Stanwood. and Gen Jones, Tenon nag; F Lermig,
Higbee, nor; brigs Mary Capon, Johnson, for New York
loth; Fanny, Weeks, Sea Belle, Barstow; It It Haskell,
Snow, and 0 Perkins, Brown. ding; Director. Kirwan,
and Capella, Rehr, wag; Alfred Exall, Reading, and Jan
Pierce, Melville, unc; miss P Barkelew, Hopkins, for
Newport, RI. cid; .Wintemoyeh, Morrow; 0 II Molar,
Hopkins; B Watson, (8 mints,) wtg; Col Lester,
Delaney, do; Lydia Gibbs, Watson; 51 Farrow, Blabs.
dell; 0 Pendleton, Rogers; Calliope, Buckley, and Eme
line Batch, Bourne, diag.
. _ .
NEW YORK, Nov, 18.—A rr Steamabip Meinphiti,
Stetson, Charleston; Ship David Deadley, Magna , Ant
werp; Brige Jessie Rhynaa, Sherman; Wheyaw,
more; Barque Gleawomi Glover, Galveston; Behr Fair
fax, Mott, Georgetown DC.
Old Steamehipa Columbia, Derry, Oharleston; Florida,
BRISTOL, Novieth—Ar, brig Loch Lomond, Fran*
Fall River, to load for Havana.
• . .
WILMINGTON, N 0, Nor 13th—Went to sea, brigs
Borah ,Wooster for Martinique, and Jacob Dock for
Gibraltar and a market.
14th—Brig Edwin for West Indies, and (Ran) Jo.
hanna Erns for Mil, Eng; sehrstYm A Ellis for New
York; Sarah L Htlin for Ponce, P It; Araminta, and
flbeet-Anebor for Baltimore.
BOSTON, Nor. 17th..—A.Arrived, brig J W Sawyer,
Le)gbtaa, New Orleans. Cid, ship Megunticook, Van
Dohlen, New Orleans; barque Charles Tampon, Brooks,
Charleston. Sailed—barques Hamilton; A U Kimball;
Sylph; brig Albert Adams; sett Wm Wilson; and from the
Ronda, ship SilrerStar.
ARRIVALS AT THE PRINCIPAL HOTELS
Up to 12 o'clock Last Night.
GIRARD HOUSB—Ohestuut Street, below Ninth.
John P Roberts, Petersburg 0 II Smith, Wilmington
MP Hit*, Baum? , J W Maury & la, Del
T Atwood, Pa'' • • ' Ffeary Tyson & la, Belt •
Miss W (fitting°. Bait Mien L Tyson, Balt
DII Hirsch & ale, St Louis Dr Turner, N Y
V 0 Sanford, Nantucket Mrs Sanford & dau, Nan't
W N Wood NJ A Boyd, Lebanon, Pa
John F Steinman, Lancaster Mies 9 Steinman Pa
J Stickuey, Ba t t Buehler, Harrisburg
John° Hobson & la, Va Jos A Storer, Ye.
A A Wightman. N J J W Harrison A wife, N J
0 Whitman, N J Capt A J Smith, II 13 A •
Jll. Baird, Cal J B Sheffield, N Y
Chas Al Basin, Lancaster David B Stout, Reading
JF W Deninger, Reading R Bonner, N Y
Henry G Thompson, N Y Jon Loata Frederick, AM
Jos Airily, Providence, It I FII Richmond, Prove, It
11 Washburn & la, Conn G T Davis Charleston, N 0
B 0 Townsend, N Y BR Bp ulding, Bnstor,,dass
A Strong, Boston, Mass A Vau dervey & la, L I
Gostoan & sister. L I II Winter, N Y
Thou Hair, Albany; N Y 0 T Northam, Itiolt'd, Vs
O B Blanchard, Boston,Mass OK Watts, Carlisle, Pa
A B Young . , Wash'n,D 0 G 8 Ledyard & wife, N Y
Alfred Ladd, N Y Dr Boyd, N Y
J Nagle, Jr, Chesnut Hill AM 0 lanes, N F
Richard Gorman, N Y F Deals, N Y
11. Von Umtata, N Y II S Brown, le Y
W Radd, San 'Fran'o, Oat N B Falconer, N Y
H Wright, Glasgow A B Van Olinda, N Y
Geo S West, Philo
UNION HOTEL—Arch street, below Fourth.
John Roberta, Pa Chas Rhodes, Pa
J Carter, Tamaqua R A Heaton, Tamaqua
II Bherer, Chicago B Cadwallader, Doylestown
E McLure, Allegheny City W Benjamin, Trenton
W Evans, Trenton .1 Crampton, Trenton
J Clayton & wife, Del Mien Clayton, Del
Richard Clayton, Del J Consul, Danville
Mrs Etalker, Chester co H Birch, Reading
J Russell & la, Phila W France, Allegheny city
Wm Wood, Freeport, Pa ' J 8 Baker, Harrisburg
NJ Sullivan, Elmira, Pa 8 Bradford, Harrisburg
J McFadden, Harrisburg II H Fimball, Ohio
BIEROHANTS , HOTEL—Fourth st., below Arch.
CB Gillespie, Brady's Bend J W Marshall, Virginia
E Julhut Lancaster, 0 J Patton Thompson. Phila.
Z Patterson, Pittsburgh WW II Davis Davies],lle
ThosJ Silk, Pittsburgh Gee Smith, Pittsburgh
Wm Colwell, Kittaning Sirs Mahon, Washington
Sirs Smith, Washington Mrs Hale, Maas
W Beipel, Allentown, Pa J L Hatch, N Y
J A Eystor, Chambersburg T W Cooper, N J
N Wooloy, DrJohn Henry, N Y
M a Conover, Del co, N Y Hlt Wharton, N Y
D B Marshal, SI D, Pa W Packard, Ohld
A Haak, Lebanon, Ps
AMERICAN HOTEL—Ohestnut. below Sixth at.
It J Low, Cincinnati, Ohio 0 Burnes, Cincinnati
It Burnes, Cincinnati W Spalding, Harrisburg
R J Barton, Tyrone co, Pa Blj Matthews, Ohio
0 8 Watson, Baltimoro B 8 Watson, Baltimore
8 II Harrison, N Y R P Johnson, N Y
II R Wilber, Mara Win Crook, Mass
Ceo Kimble, Now Bedford 8 Rumeey, Conn
L C Harrison & la, Boston B Baton, N Y
John B Lewis, N Y 0 B Thompson, N Y
Win II Panning & la, IS 0 A E Thayer, N Y
J W Linißie, Phila A Thompson, Trenton
E M Reed & la, Conn 0 W Chapman, Troy, N Y
It J Burtt, N J
NATIONAL ROTEL—Bate street, above Third.
H G Spencer & la, N O W L Simons, Georgia
Rogors, New York P, Kleinert, Mt Carbon
Her P D Egan, New Hope W P Ritual, Nazareth, Pa
Wm Miller, Catasaugua, Pa NJ Headier, Pottsville
W Sohopp Bethlehem Geo W Morgan, Pottsville
Saml Hendrick, Snyder co Geo Spangler, Snyder co
0 W Deckard, Mt Patrick John Gilmore, Pa
II Si Dodworth. New York T J Dodworth, New York
PI Mayo., New York M K Botsford, New York
D L Downing, New York II Tissington, Now York
T Klogeland, New York Mr Geolgol, New York
A II Brown, Now York T Ritter, New York
G II Ritter. New York A Aschl,'Now York
P 'Beep, New York Mr Wober, Now York
Mr Lubde, New York Mr Boehm, New York
Mr Weingarten New York Mr Grow, New York
Mr Concklin, Now York Mr Eng'moan, Now York
Perry Reber, Pennsylvania Mrs Rubor & dau, Pa
S Shinier, Allentown B Chatham, Pa
M Rayser,'Now York J A McCord, Pottsville
Jacob Haenahen, Reading N Philbin. Pa
E A Eepow, Easton Jedediah Irish, Pottsville
STATES llNlON—Market street. abovo Sixth.
J Taft, Phila. A It Spring. Phila
'David McKeehan, Clearfield It 8 Maxwell, Lancaster
J N Swift, Lancaster Edw 17 Swift Lancaster
John Cordon, Lancaster P B Decker ac la, N York
Wm Baker, Christiana Alias L Shober, Lancaster
Miss B Shober, Lancaster It Kauffelt, Wrightsville
Aired Minnight, Pa John MeV ey, Harrisburg
Alex D Boggs, P It II if/ 8 Smith, Reading
E McDonald, Pottsville ilea Johnson, Now York
II A Larkins, Lancaster John :Madison, Harrisburg
BLACK DEAR INN—Merchant streot, bel. Fifth.
W Caldwell, Maryland F H Bolger, Mfilltntoon
W Rolso, Cheater co Robt Lyle. Chester co
John Huey, Chester co Edmond Meter, Chester co
A F ysleutine, Cheater to Mrs 11 biller Cheater co
Mr. B Miller, Chester co J T Pollock ls,Ohes'r so
ginner Moore, Chester co Thos Hooper, Cheater co
M Thomson, Cheater co L 11 Relfsnolder, Ohes'r co
(leo D Hodgson, Cheater co
BALD EAGLE 110TEL—ThIrd street, abr. Collowhtl
Oboe Wain, Bucks co Geo Weil', Buda co
Daniel Reed, Schuylkill co II E Reed, Schuylkill co
A 8 Bobropp, Bethlehem Anderson Calvin, Pa
Philip Reese, Easton Oeo Reimer, Ohio
Alex Mentser, Ohio Joe Emrich, Pa
r, Pa Philip Oches, Pa
Milton'i Benner, Pa
BLACK BEAR 110 TEL—Third et., above Callolollll
Job' lanes, Buinneylown David Messer, Pottsville
0 Finney, Nekthampton Mrs Finney & son, North
Philip Bowers, Penns ampton
- BARLEY SHEAF—Second, below 'Vine greet.
Cornelius TOIIIIIOII, BOAS Co Jonathan Rich, Ducks Co
J W Cowell , Pt Pleasant Jacob Reed, Lawrenceville
Then Ent, Lambertville I G.Tbomss, Doylestown
CI Bailey, New York Dr J Dyer, Ducks co
Thos J Janney, Newton Samuel Craven, Hartsville
Edw Bretz, Doylestown John Dyer, Backe Co
M ADISO N angE—fiecond street, above Market
P MoTeigh, Pittsburgh Mr Brovro & la, N
Ms Ashton, N J James Lake, Del
Solomon Buehler Pa . B. L Mattocks Ohl,
Job's L Olayteo L aid. L &althorn, N Y
Whoa d Yhthetbat, Macs
#lol4 l ifitintuittliPtimagiwirtkowstika4iii-asiti
$20,000 if the Notes of the Bonk of Pena•
, gyivania will be taken at par for Centlemen'S Beadl•
Wade Clothing, Wrappers, Show's, Meted/reward, Um
brellas, Clothe, Caeelmeres, Vaginas, Medias, Canton
Flannels, ha., &o.; wholesale and retail. "
ilosans k Co.; •
611 alison Street, between Fifth and Slath, Market
and Chestnut. nold-6t*
For Perfumed Breath, White Teett4' and
Beautiful complexion, use "• Balm of 1,000 /lowan."
For dressing Ladies' hair, use "Woodland Cream, •
new Pomade." It curls Gentlemen's hair beautifully.
W. P. Faretoos, & Co., Proptleton, N. Y.
For sale by T D. Peterson, SO6 Chestnut; Samuel
Rimes, Twelfth and Chestnut; A. D. Durand, 116 Chest;
nut;, T. II Peters es Co., 716 Ohestnut; G. G. Evans,
Gift llook , store, 430 Chestnut; 0. 8, Hubbell, 1410
Ohostunt; French, Richards, 4c. Go., Tenth and M►r+
ket ; A. D. Taylor, Ninth and Walnut; Dr. blorrDou,
Seventauth and Chestnut; J. W. Slums 4, BM,
Eighteenth and Twenty-Second and Marketp Edwinl
obristmenn, 702, Ohestnut; Thomas Lancaster, corner
Eleventh and Walnut. nol2-1y
S. C. Dewsld, Commission Business In Com
mercial paper and negotiations or lows, 68 W.11.1i41
Br., opposite the Exchange, Philadelphia. no10•Ym
Bower's Infant Cordlal.•••Thla Invaluable
Cordial le prepared from a yarlety of the meet chigoe ma
efficient aromatics known in medicine, and Is the moat
perfect and reliable minative extant for intent; cad
By its powerful influence a speedy ours Is effected In
all ease, of Ch aid ' windy pains and spasms. Belleville
and mitigates much of children's guttering during denti4
Mon or teething, and by its soothing properties trail
outlines pain of the bowel's, looseness, vomiting, &d.
The Infant Cordial has bi3come 16 standard resaisli,
and has been need in thousands of ease* with the most
abundant sums,. No family should be without It.
Prepared only by HENRY A. Slowest,
At hie Drug and Chemical Store, 1 '
N. E. corner of Sixth and ilreen eta., Phi ladelphft.
To whom all orders mantle addressed. And for Gale
by Druggists generally. an 184 y
Notes of the Bank of Pennsylvania taken a
AT PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
THE ENTIRE STOOK
OF A WHOLESALE CLOTHING HOUSE,
Manufactured expregsly for Poll Soles, will now bo sold
At greatly Reduced Prices, for Cash,
tio7-tt At No. 1 Nort4 PIWTH Street
Bank Notes of the
BY WU. 11. RIOIIANDSON,
No. 418 MAIMIT BUM
Seamen , ' Saving Plana—Office SOS Walnut
anent, one door west of second street. &celeste de:.
posits in mono of One Dollar and upwards, from
chases of the community, and allows interest at the rain
of live per cent. per annum.
019ce open daily, from 9 until 9 o'clock, and on Men
day and Saturday until 9 In the evening. Pa °Went
Franklin Pell Trenonror, Charles M. Morrie; Beare
tary, James B. Pringle.
Cheeks, Notes, Drafts, Bills Lading, Bill Heads, Cir
culars, (lonia, and all other kinds of Job Printing, at
prices to suit the times.
Cabinet Ware and
624 WALNUT ST;
OPPOSITE INDEPENDENCE SQUARR.
GEO. J. HENKEL'S,
624 WALNUT Street,
or2l-Sra • Late of 173 Cheatatit Stzeet
Sarin,/ Fund—Five Per Cent. intereet—Na
Meal Safety Trust Company, WALNUT Street, south
west corner of Titian Street, PICLAMILIMIA. Open
daily till T o'clock, and on MONDAY end PRIZSDAY
Eves/Nos till 9 o'clock, Deposits recelred and pep
merits made daily. Assets Invented In Mar. Dansirs,
MORSOAGID, GROUND RaNTB, and other first-doss amyl
ties, as the charter directs. nob
of nthatncto ty n,
J P AoUn
B by at he a M rop ay ton
Township, Bucks county, Pa., to LIZZIE R., dadiehter
of Benjamin Yansant, of Bensalem Township, same
On the 17th Instant, by Alderman Charles F, Rolf.
frith, Mr. PRANOIS FINGER to Miss I,IARGARET
REITER, both of this city.
On the 9th instant, at 81 Paul, Minnesota, ABA W.
NORTH, of this city, in the 30th year of his age.
Ills relatives and male friends are respectfully inrited
to attend the funeral from the residence of his father
in.lavr, L. W. Glenn, No. 219 Bduth Ninth atreet, below'
Walnut, on Friday morning, 2011 inst., at 10 o'clock.'
To proceed to the Woodlands Cemetery. n019.2t0
On the 10th Instant, Mrs. SARAH WALLINOS, aged
On the 10th Instant, at her late realdonce, Chester
county, Mrs. ANNA SHEPHERD.
On the 17th instant, WILLIAM RENNEDAY, aged
On the 10th Instant, Mrs. ELIZA JANN
SON, aged 46 years.
Ou the 17th Instant, MARTIN O'CONNELL, la thit
224 year of his age.
On the 17th instant, Mrs. REIIECOA. 11...811USTER,
widow of the late Charles Master, in the 79th year of
Err Notice.—The Directors of the rutb.
Ward Democratic Reading-Boom, baring learned that
certain Unprincipled persona are collecting money for the
uao of the lame, the Democratic, citizens, of the Ward
aro hereby informed that no parson or potione ate, itt
the present time, authorized to collect money for the
same. By order of the Board of Directors. •
nolo - JOB. Y. DURNBY Suntan.;
(EV"— Sixteenth Ward Rellet Assoclatint...4n
adjourned Meeting will be held at the ResALeg-Room,
corner or Laurel and Rachel strseta, on PRISM'
EVENING next, 20th Inst., at 7 &dank. AG Inter
ested in the cause are respectfully invited to attend.
JAOOII 0. SLEMMER, Chairman.
Jona S. PAINTER, Secretary. it,
JOHN FAREIRA. & CO.,
Imparters, Manufacturers, and Darden in
FOR LADIES AND OIIILDREN.
Having manufactured an Immense Stook of PM*
with the expectation of doing our usual Imaineaa, the
present pressure of the Mame, and comparative stagna
tion of trade, have left us with an unusual amount of
Stock upon our shelves.
It Is to meet this difficulty that we have now
To close out our
At Prices actually less than
TUEIR COST TO MANUFACTURE!
We have ale(' on hand a large and complete ansort
GENTS , FURS,
All of which will be sold at very
MARKET St., bet. Eighth and Ninth,
nol9•gw South side
CITY COMMISSIONERS' OFFICE.
PAIL/DILYIII/, November 19, 1857.
Persons having claims against this Peptatmout will
present their bine on or before the let day of Demi
FOR NT.-A MODERN THREE.
Story Brick Dwelling-house, with .brick back
buildings, all the modern improvements; with a large
garden, well-stocked with fruit trees and shrubbery,
situated In West Hillialelphia, on Market 'trust, be
tween William and Mary etreeta, south aide. Rent,
ElOO per annum.
Apply to ALFRED NESMITII, No. 411 MARKET
Street, 6 doors above Fourth stmt. n01941*
LADIES' DRESS TRIMMINGS,
AND KNITTING ZEPHYRS.
NEW GOODS OPENED DAILY,
J. G. AIAXWELL dc SON.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL STORES,
1026 CHESTNUT Street, four door* below Eleventh
And 316 EL SECOND st., below Spree..
FACTORIES. —Nos. 92 and 97 GEORGE St.,
Tenth, and SECOND Street, near union.
Orders made at a few hours' notice. oe lmlf
'NOTICE TO CONSIGNEES.—The ship
PHILADELPHIA, Captain Pool, from Liverpool,
is now ready to discharge at Shippenstreet what Con
aignees will plesso deliver their permits to the Custom
house officer on board. All goods not pervolted lb Ave
days will be Gent to public store.
nol6 THOMAS RICHARDSON It CO.
TOR SALE-THE NEW AND ELE
ging private residence, No.I229OIIESTNUT St 22
feet front byl6o feet in depth, to Chatham street. Built
in Tory superior style, with every modern couveolesce,
comfort and improvement. Apply on thepremises delly
12 to 4 P. St, n01043t, If *
PENNSYLVANIA BANK NO T E 8.-
For Bale, a well•secuted GROUND RENT °M HO,
upon three brick dwelling house and lot on Hancock
street, south of Master--48 feet front, 103 feet deep--
punctually paid In quarterly payments. Pennsylvania
Bank notes will be taken for It. Apply to I. O.PRICE,
corner of SPRING GARDEN and THIRTEENTH
%ARM:MESTER & SCOTT, GENTLE
MEN'S YURNISIIING STORE and PATENT
SHOULDER SEAM SHIRT MANUIPAOTORY, No, UM
CHESTNUT Street, above Seventh street, Philadelphia.
The 'Mention of Southern end Western Merchants, and
Strangers, is partioularly Invited to this improved ant of
Shirts, the most perfect fitting artiole made. At whole
sale and retail, cod made to order, auf.tylf
ATM. D. ROGERS, CARRIAGE RE-'
F ♦ psaltery, 1,009 anti 1,911 CHESTNUT St., 'bore
Tenth, ie now open for the este of every description of
Carriages, comb ining style, durability % and elegance of
finish, from tho Manufactory, at the oorner of SIXTH
and MASTER Streets, to which tho attention of oitiseme,
and Southern and Western gentlemen is respeothrl l 7
N. 11.—Espeelst attention given to carriages for re
palm in the shops connected with the Repositorr. En
trance en Chestnut street. 0011-atu & tb4m
TAUCTIONEERS.—A thproUgh practi
l Salesman, well posted, would make an engage
ment to ory Evening Sales during the winter.
Address EDWARD, at 4. I', Sites' 0tt1ce,152,14 WAL
NUT Street. noll-tuthsaS
NIA N I L A •FLOF.T.—SUPERIOR MA
0.11. NILLAL NOPB, manufaaturad and for sale by
WEAVER, & 00.,
ana-af Ne 4a N 22 N. 'Whams
57000 TONS of MITCHELL CROAS
dale's Improved supe r PHOSPHATE OF
LIMA, for este by 0160ASDAL A MILO: ft 00
n010.4f No. MI N • Delaware avenue.
WELOOME RANGE.—B r om u OH AD
vnOR k WRO 402 N RIMOWO Rt evilS Rm
CIi!ES P. 041,1)WELL—Wholegide
d Ratan waxy andtriati Natdidazar, No. 4
North 101311. TR sow." , ao4
M OBS -17 bales Carolina More, tor late by
MARTIN Ie MADALIBTER,
514 I North Water SOW,
OEOItUE 31. 1111.1.,
JAMES M. LEDDI, City Oonunlenlouero
JAMES LORAN, 1710.2w-ood
1134 %o °vbs.
OURIVEDI BTODDAST k 00
Have now arranged, and for sale
Rich style SILK r HODES A QUILLS. $l6
" " " 't VOLANT $l4 and 15
POPLIN `i Is $5
Rich Paris printed MOUBSEWN DsLAINE.9,
40, 44 and 50,
Hick Pads *sited Preach hISIRINGES, 62g.
ibloh Paris ratio striped do. Ing .
Choke style GASSI.IIIRIS PLAIDS, Y7K .
' Wrench 3111114NO1iS, 55,02 g ,70 and 75.
BROGUE LONG SHAWLS, $O, $lO, $ll and $l2.
PUNCH BLANKET SHAWLS.
The above have been purchased at the late Auction,
Spies In New TOrrand Phlladelphls, at greatly reduced
440, 462 &ail 464 N. SECOND Street,
itircELßox •fIiPIONE, TO-DAY THE
dreateet Beira In
AIND ON DRY OOODS
Seer offered, at onif•half the usual prices.
A splendid sraortment of
BROCIIR LONG AND SQUARE SHAWLS,
At about one•balf the mat prices.
At from 22 40, i 4,16, 16,11, ss, at less then one-half
the usual prices.
XtialTlE , °LOANS AND TALMAS,
The beat At ea, at crue-htlf the regular prices,
CLOT' YOE LADINO' CLOAKS, •
At one-half tba regular prises, from BIM, St, S 1 25,
50, IN 75, O.
' -41KININSI BARGAINS—
The largeetailowtinent '
ow:taw/MD' DRESS TRIMMINGS
In the eitt,_at.testr than half..prlee.
' IMMIIIFEROM AUCTION,
All ebaktand bolds, and real Yreueh, from
60 anti, 42, ri? teats— decided Batgalos.
$ no No. 11 South NINTH Street.
Hanlon hontoui ni:tok'nilitoOook of
Roams AND BOMBOIO BLANKETS,
Which Oro merke4 itt
' " 44062•h t id 4sll SOUND Street,
nolo-I,t ' 4 • l "' shore Willow.
1 1 11Tift ,ZONTINDE TO
, lsitir Skink of KNOWING ZEPHYR for a
short time longer, at the lOW price of 16% ovate per
ounce, and warnwit it treat inipooni Go*: - '
Attire an anortment 6
'6O.o.RTAT Bpt.T . t. 0n , ru, 14 1,'
At the loweit market trice. ' "
BLACK 'HAIL FliihiQlo,„„ ' --
twelVe nod lt htif „ ' '
Toxother with our,olitAl AiliOnliweilf dr iddled' ' Ddlid
Trimiointi, Cloth TodoelOiridibge, Ice , It the relit,
pri unrAort , ,
• , noih- et N. W. xrptfre cluitirr sic
CODDS FOR . MEN AND BOYS' WIN-
011R.IVEN STODDAtT h RRO. '
wail the sittetition of buyeroto the extensive Stook of
To be found In their Wareroom, most of which hare
'beepArerchased at the late forced Auction Sales, at
VOA* 4epreoisted prices.
-N46.460, 462 and 454 N SECOND Btreot,
VANS & CO.,
820 CHESTNUT Street,
open THIS MORNING a large tunortment of
JUST BOUGHT AT TSB
GREAT AUCTION BALE IN NEW YORK.
Amongst them are
' nollt4H GREAT BARGAINS.
ANOTHER CHEAP LOT ALL-WOOL
NLANKETS —V. E. AItCHAMDATILT, N. E.
corner Of ELEVENTH and MARKET Streets, will open
THIS HORNING 500 pairs of extra she heavy Twilled
Hibbest•bound "french Blankets, at $1 50,;1 15, $2 50
IPritS, U 5,0 50 , $44 117, and S S; also, 100
1220 Comfortable', at 11 15 and $2.
GREAT BARGAINS IN MUSLIM!. .
.. . .
Yard.,lde heavy Sheeting Melding, at ag, 8,9, 10c.
YlaeShirtingß', at 0, 8,10, and 12g 0.
Plilow•caee Malin', extra width, at 11c.
Store for great bargain", N. E. corner ELEVENTH
and MARKET Streets. nolB-4t
trLISH HOSIERY AND UNDER
Have received an invoice of a very desirable make—
Women's and Misses' COTTON' ROSE.
do. do. BALBRIGGAN HOSE.
Men's long and half do.
Saxony, Vigonia, and Merino SHIRTS.
' Elastic Silk /SHIRTS and DRAWERS.
AT MUM= PRICES.
CHESTNUT acid EIGHTH Sta.
COOPER & GONARD,
Menufactarera of Fine CLOTH CLOAKS,
AND DIALNIEI IN
MEN'S AND NYS' WEAR,
BLANKETS AND DOMESTICS,
SHAWLS AND DRESS GOODS.
in the following named goods :
Ensile& Chintzes, Wool Belaines,
Satinets, Union Cassinieres,
Woollen Long Shawls. Droche do.
8. E. corner NINTH and MARKET Ste.
N. B.—Pine Cloaks made to order. Daily additions
to the stock. noll3.dOt
FANCY DRESS TRIMMINGS
WILL 116 BOLD
B,BOARDLESS OF LOSSES,
DURING THE 5E.4.50.1V,
Or ORDRIt TO INCRUST 001
LIST OF CUSTOMERS
OUR FACTORY OPER:ATMS,
WH Alta BRUM
ZEPHYRS, All colors, 17 cents per oz.
*EEL SPRING SKIRTS $3.76 each.
BREECH WORKING COTTON, 17 cents per dot.
SIIETLAND WOOL 10 etc per os.
J. G. MAXWELL & SON,
1026 CHESTNUT STREET,
nol4-1w Below Eleventh
L. J. LEVY & C 0 ~
IN ANTICIPATION OW REMOVAL
Now Wog erected for them to
live determined, fora porlod of
To dlagoae of a largo amount of their Stock now in a tore
LOW PRICES FOR CASH.
They Invite the attention of the Public and their Cue
town/ to one of the meet complete aseortmenta of
lITA.PLZ AND FANCY
To be found in this country, which will be disposed of
for the period named, at such prices so will insure their
noll•tf NEXT TO THE CUSTOM HOUSE
HEAVY BROWN COTTONS
,One Thousand Bales
SUBETINOS, SHIRTINGS, AND DRILLS,
LAWRENCE MANUFACTURING COMPANY,
JACKSON .COMPANY, (INDIAN DEAD,)
NASHUA MANUFACTURING COMPANY,
Of their various widths and styles, vrhioh are offered for
sate for tlret•class paper r on
SIX MONTHS' CREDIT,
by the Agents of the Companies,
ALFRED BLADE & CO.,
no4-1m 39 LETITIA STREET.
PENNSYLVANIA. BANK NOTES
TAKEN AT PAH
FOR DRY 000DS.
i'be subscriber offorp for a fear days hie entire stock
of goods at prime
TO SUIT TILE TIMES,
and receive in payment notes of the Pennsylvania Bank.
This, to ouch as may have any of this doubtful paper
on hand, la offering a great liaduooment, as his stock Is
one of the best in the city.
Please give him an early call.
B. F. JOHNSON,
n014.01* 911 Market at., above Ninth, north side.
GREAT SALE OF LADIES' CLOAKS.
A FURTHER REDUCTION IN PRICES
has been determined on by the subecrlbers, In con
MILTa of the continued pretence.
S I ES' peI ENGLISH BEAVER CLOAKS,
$2 formerly $350.
800 MISSES' MiIOLISII BEAVER. CLOAKS,
$3 60. formerly $.5 50.
250 SUPERIGH TRENCH BEAVER CLOAKS,
$5 to $B, coat to import $7 to $lO each.
LONG BLACK BEAVER CIRCULARS,
$B, fonntirly $l2.
RICH BLACK VELVET CLOAKS,
All 20 per cent. below colt of production.
J .W. PROCTOR & CO ,
Successors to Got. Bulpin & Co.,
nI3 2mo d 708 CHESTNUT street.
BBANKOF PENNSYLVANIA.—FOR A
few days longer, we will take the Notes of the
above Bank at par, for Goods, at the reduced prices.
We are offering immense bargain. in
CLOAKS AND MIDAS.
A great variety of atylea at less than the cost of
Broebe Long and Square Shawls, Stella and Blanket
do., at extraordinary low prices.
DRESS GOODS, of every description, at a ascriflce.
KID GLOVES, Ribbon; and Embroideries, at prices
that defy ell competition.
LINENS, FLANNELS, and DOMNSTICS.
QUILTS AND COUNT.EBPANES.—A full lino, at ex-
Unordinary low prim. I
DO not mistake the Store.
F. tr.. T. H. BELCHER'S,
nIB et 8. W. corner Eighth and Spring Garden ate.
FIVE PER CENT. PREMIUM FOR
001;1 1,4111111011 bo recolvett ae 021 DOLLAR AND
ny , mess Plnn in payment for DRY GOODS, on and
a ft o tab der, at the em Store, N 0.923 Market Street,
between Ninth end Tenth, north elde,
ci en si t o tr A ty sA n c er t , , a ie n ie d , h e nl be ng been oi I purchased
bi n 1: r i E n L i h c al* No. 923 Market it.,
nobliatett North Ode, between Ninth and Tenth.
JQ.UN B. STRYKER, JR.,
Matsuda Dealer in
' - -
AUCTION DRY . 600 . 133,
No:13 DANK Argot, rbiladolphla, ooti-214
oaks; ban 7tttetion.
In THOMAS & SONS,
MIA Nos. 109 and 141 SOUTH WM/TR STRUT,
(Formerly Nos. 87 and 69.)
REAL ERTATiI, STOOKS ha. Public Bales at the Philadelphia Zzehange every
Ilandldlls of each property Issued sepnrately, In
addition to which we publish eu the Saturday preci ous
to each sale one thousand catalogues in pamphlet form,
giving full description of all the property to be sold on
the following Tuesday.
DIV FURNITURE SALES AT TILE At
BTOILE every Thursday morning.
REAL ESTATE AT PRIVATE SALE
ir7" We have a large amount of Real Estate at Pri
vate Sale. incioding every description of City and
country property. Printed Lists may be had at the
PRIVATE SALE REGISTER.
ieVr" Real Estate entered on our Private Bale Re.
glstor, and adrertised occasionally to our Public Bale
Abstracts, (of whleh 1,000 copies are printed weekly ' )
free of charge.
LIBRARY OF THI LATE ROBERT F. WALSH, Debt
CARD.—We will WI on Tuesday and Wednesday
evenings, December Ist and 21, the racial° miscella
neous library of the late Robert F. Walsh, log., Corn'
prising elegant editions of rare and raluable book.. on
11-7 Catalogues with full particulars will be ready
three days previous to the day of sale, and the books
arranged (or examination.
BALE o.l' SUPERIOR, I . I7IiNITURE, ELEGANT
VlAlfo ' 4o67`il, &c.
0A21) —Our sale, at the Auction store, th,e (Thurs
day) morning, will Include, besides six hundred lots of
elegant second-hand furniture, an elegant Scharr, 7
octave, piano -forte, ace mirrors, flue tapestry Brue.
eels, and velvet carpets, china and giase-ware, plated
wares, superior book eases, superior beds and balding,
large number of stoves, Various kinds, comprising au
attractive assortment, and worthydbe attention of those
desirous of purchasing.
ire Catalogues now ready and the articles arranged
REAL ESTATE SALE—DECEMBER lit.
Administrators' Sale—Estate of Richard Paxson, Dec'd,
formerly of Dr. Shippen.
ELEGANT COUNTRY BEAT AND FARM, ABOUT
SIXTREN MILES FROM MARKET STREET, AND
THREE FROM BRISTOL.
Our mile let December will include the valuable
country seat and farm, 16T acres, with superior improve
ments, known AS " YARLHy, ,, situate on the heights, on
the west side of Neshamony Creek, between the Bristol
turnpike and the Newport road.
ii:7" Full particulare In handbills.
Orphans' Court Bale—Estate of William U. Lennen,
FRAME DWELLING, Mar WARD.
Frame dwelling, north side of Wood street, between
green lane and Levering street, Twenty-drat Want.
Orphans' Court. Sale—Estate of Lynch, minors.
TWO-STORY BRICK HOUSE.
Two-story brick house, Thirds' court, between Tenth
sl u fleyenth stieets, below Locust.
" NEAT MODERN, RESIDENCE.
,Nleos nedquodogn redidenza, No. 153 North Fifteenth
eqnvonienepstreet, fink:l w t ith modern Improve
YWO'HANDSOMW NEW RESIDENCES, Nos. IS%
1823 patatiolc, PLACE,..DETWEEN. NIGH
NINETEENTH AND )3PRUCIE AND
Two handsome nine fotir-iticd'y brink- ?wideness, with
threOlory back buildinggiand rapists , with all the
modlitp impterenT n tsl i coneettlence . They will be.
soßseparetely. me te nicsmesion.
'rpm VALI/ OLN LOffl; 'WALNUT armpl i • • •
• . WEST PIIILADELPRIA.
,Three valuable. lots, Wahmt street, east of Marls,
retta street—each 60 feet front, 220 feet . deep to York
street. Clear of all Membrane°.
Administrators' Peremptory Bale.
A THREE-STORY BRICK DWELLING, TWENTY
Algo, • three-story brick dwelling, Twenty-first
street, below Hamilton street.
'CRREE•STORY BRICK STORE AND DWELLING.
Tlaree.story brick store nod dwelling, Ridge avenue,
below Oxford etreet,
TWO-STORY BRICK DWELLING.
Two-story brick dwelling, Columbia, avenue, east of
PEREMPTORY BALE.—TIIIIEE GROUND RENTS.
Throe ground rents—one of $l2O, one of $36, and one
of $3O per annum,
Executor's Peremptory Bale—Estate of Charlotte
TWO-STORY BRICK DWELLING.
Two-story brick dwelling, with back-buildings, west
aide Bt. John street, above Noble street.
GROUND RENT—SIO2 A YEAR
A well loci:trod yearly ground rout of $lO3 a year on
prbporty Delaware Front and Water streets, between
Vine and Oallowhill streets. Sale absolute.
THREE-STORY BRICK DWELLING.
Three-story brick dwelling, No 1017 Vernon street,
between Tenth and Blerenth, and Parrish and Brown
LOT OF GROUND.
Lot of Ground southwest comer of Columbia avenue
and Twenty-sevouth street.
Sale Noe. 130 and 141 South Fourth Street.
SUPERIOR FURNITURE, FINE MIRRORS, ROSE
WOOD PIANO-FORTES, VELVET OARPEPS, &o.
At 10 &sleek, at the Auction Store on extensire as.
sortment of eecond-hand furniture, diners, pianoforte,
carpets, &c . ,Jran families declining houeneeping.
.. • .
Also, a superior rosewood pituo, 7 octavea, made by
B. N. Seller.
Sale at. No. 1725 Arch street.
SUPERIOR FURNITURE, VELVET CARPETS,
MIRRORS, OIL CLOTHS, Ac., Ac.
Oa Friday Morning,
20th instant, at 10 o'clock, by catalogue, at No. 1725
Arch street (above Seventeenth), the entire superior
furniture, An , all =de to order, and been but little
ID'day be examined at 8 o'clock on the morning of
SALE OP NEW kIEDIOAL BOOKS.
On Saturday Evening,
Nov. 21, at the auction store, Nos. 139 and 141 South
Fourth street, an assortment of valuable medical books.
ID — Pot particulars see catalogues and the books,
which will be arranged on Saturday morning.
Salo at No. 1012 Walnut Street.
FASHIONABLE FURNITURE, SPLENDID ERARD
GRAND PIANO, LARGE FRENCH PLATE MAN
TEL AND PIER MIRRORS, ELEGANT CURTAINS,
CHANDELIERS, CARPETS,' 0 1111 L U WALL.
BRACKETS, BOOK-CASES, he., he.
On Wednesday Morning,
25th instant, at 10 o'clock, by catalogue, at No. 1012
Walnut street (west of Sixteenth street), the fashiona
ble furniture, Erand piano forte, mirrors, carpets, he ,
he., of a lady removing to the country.
ID — Full particulars in catalogues. May be examined
the day previous to sale from 11 to 3 o'clock.
AT PRIVATE BALE,
Sham in the Academy of Music; Point Breeze Park ;
Philadelphia, and Mercantile Librarici ; Atheneum, &c.
55,000 WANTED on mortgage on a 'valuable pre
*smut - .
VETOLBERT & SCOTT, AUCTIONEERS
AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 431 WIEST
NOT Street opposite the Custom [louse, between
Fourth and Path Streets. •
SPECIAL SALE OP FURS.
On Monday morning,
211 instant, commencing I,t I.UX o'clock precisely we
will sell, without reserve, a large and valuable consign
ment of . fashienably made, furs for ladies', gents' and
misses wear, consisting of Wines, carriage capes, muffs,
victorines, pelortnes, gloves, caps, culls, kc., made of
Siberian squirrel, inpt, sable, stone martin,
ermine, chmehilli, swan's down, A.c.
110— The whole will be arranged for examination, with
catalogues, early on the morning of sale, when the la
dles and gentlemen of this city aro respectfully invited
lIE A TLE Y's ARCH ST. THEATRE.
E. L. DAVENPORT'S BENEFIT,
FRIDAY EVENING, NOV. 20TH, 1867.
Bulwuris admired play of
RIO lIEL U ; OR, THE CONSPIRAOY.XI
Cardinal Richelieu, (let time)....Mr. E L Davenport.
Julie De Mortemat Idea E. L.Davenport.
Adricn De Mauprat Mr. Wheatley.
Count De Banos Mr. Dolman.
Josph Mr. W. S. Fredericka.
Francois Miss Anna Cruise.
To bo followed by the popular Drama, in two acte,
TIME TRIES ALL; OR, A LESSON FOR LOVERS.
Mr. Leeson Mr. Thayer.
Tom Tact Mr. J. 8. Clarke.
Laura Leeson Mrs, D. P. Bowers.
Funny Tact Miss Emma Taylor.
lloz Book no open. nolS.2t*
WALNUT STREET THEATRE.—Les
too, Mr. E. A. Marshall; Stage Manager. Mr.
John Sefton. Prices —Dtess Circle and Parquette, 25
cents; Upper Circle, 26 cents; Secured Sesta, ais cents;
Private Box and Orchestra Seats, 50 cents.
Box Office open from 9 o'clock A M. to 3 P. M. Doors
open at 0)g o'clock; performance to continence at 7,
TIIIB (Thursday) EVENING. Noy. 19th, 1857, .
Will be performed
FIRST NIGHT; OR, A PEEP BEHIND TILE SCENES.
Achille Telma Durant ......
wHEATLEY's ARCH ST. THEATRE.
—SOLE LESSEE ..... W. WHEATLEY,
THIS (Thursday) EVENING, Nov, 19th, 1357,
Will be presented
Capt. Algernon Mr. E. L. Davenport.
Charity Mrs. E. L. Davenport.
11011 ROY; OR, AULD LANG SYNE.
Rob Roy Macgregor Campbell.... Mr. E. L. Davenport.
Helen Macgregor Mrs. D. P. Bowers.
Sams or Patoß.9.—Boxes. 25 cents • Secured Seats,
33; Orchestra Stella ; 60 cents; Boats ill Private Doles,
75 canto; Gallery, 13 cents; Gallery for Colored
Persons, 26 cents; Private Bog in Gallery for Colored
Persons. 38 cents.
]lox Office open from 10 A. M. until 3 P. M. • Doors
will open at 6)i o'clock; performance to commence at
NATIONAL THEATRE, WALNUT ST.,
11 Ii SAR NIOIITII.
THIS (Thursday) EVENING, Nue.l9th.
Will be preseute4
2TIIIOPIAN I.IINBTKRUT AND DANCING.
Dinah Mies 0. 101tert.
NOTICE--In order to bring this great entertainment
within the reach of all, the manager would respectfully
announce that the price of admission ham been fixed, to
all parts of the house, at TWENTY-FIVE CENT.I
ONLY. Doors open at 7 ; Curtain rises at half past 7
precisely. B. E. HARRIS,
Fele Lessee and Manager.
sANFORD' B OPERA HOUSE—
ELEVENTH Street. above Chestnut.
ETHIOPIAN PERFORMANCES THIS EVENING.
Ethiopian Life Illustrated by Sauford's Troupe of
Stara—New Dances by the Sanford Children
Doom opou at 7 o'clock—to commence quarter before
To conclude with
A LAUGHABLE AFTERPIECE.
Admittance BS qeuts.
SCULL, CAMBLOS, & CO.,
No. 35 South Third Street.
The higliost primium paid for
NEW YORK EXOTIANUE.
llncurtent Funds bought and told.
Stocks bought sod sold on commission only. nolo-2m*
ill W. TIN(xL Y CO., BA. — NKERS
JUN No. 97 South THIRD Street, PlalladelphLe•
COLLECTIONS promptly made on all azoeulble pants
In the United States and Canada.
Stooks, Bondi, &o. Bought and Sold on Conseateelen.
trilearrent Dank Notes, Cheeks, he., bought at the
Deposits reealeiell and Interest allowed, as per erre• -
nor 2-9 m
CONGRESS RANGE.—SOLD BY CHAD
wiciac & 880, N 0.202 N. BROOND Streit.
WE LC GIN RANGE.—SOLD BY CHAU
V V . W/011 do Dm), IN N. SJOOND At. 0044.
Oalsis w 20i* ,
JAMES A, FREEMAN, Ationdrelra,
cm. 423 WALNUT STRUT Aim IPOTTITH.
ILARD-SAL! Of no trenpu) irtratirrels-rnis.
V'. We bog Iwo to interns tho piddle that we held
nor regular weekly salsa of Fu,ruiture ever Tuesday at
our SPACIOUS SALES ROOM, NO. 1 6$ WALT
STREET, whore every riegiblo attention is given to ob
tain the highest prima for thegosals of those who may
favor us with consigurnentil. letatlles haring portloos of
their furniture to diepostiot, or those declining bows
keeping and not wishing ages at their own dVell
ear l have their furniture CAREFULLY hamovsr
OUR SALES ROOM, WHERE TLINT WILL lIMAIAL
BETTER PIWJES FOR THEIR FURNITURE THAN
THEY CAN OBTAIN FROM ANT OF THE SURE'.
TURE DEALERS OR ANY OTHER AUCTION STORE
IN THE OITE.
ET Persons favoring us with consignments can rut
altered thattheir property will not be sacrificed.
ITT Coutmiuleal more moderate Wm thaw shulytel
by any other Auction House In the city.
Ceaeigraneate respectfully national.
OS. Ogg paid Immediately al* the goods eve soli.
REAL ESTATE SALM, DECEMBER 2,1, 1837.
This We will Include.—
Orphans' Court Sale—Estate of Long Minors.
PROPHESY, MARINER STREET.
A two-story brick house and lot of ground, on the
south side of Mariner street, 96 feet west of Thirteenth
street, 18 fset front, 47 feet 1 Inch deep. /32 ground
AT PRIVATE SALE.
A. first-cisme Printing Off leo, with stood mof heli
um, four printing premed, two Ruggles and ono Ada=
Type and everything necessary for the holiness. Apply
at the Auction Stars.
MOSES N A THA N S, AUCTIONEER
17R: AND COMMISSION IaRROHANT, B. R. emu
RIXTII and RAOI4 atreets. •
AT PRIVATE BALE—GoId and silver patent lever,
Lepine, Englab, Berle., and Trench matches, jewelry,
of every description, musical instruments, to., do. •
AT PRIVATE BALE—Arrepged on second Soar,
household furniture, of every description, beds, mat
tresses, carpeting, looking glasses, Laney articles, itet.,
Out-door sales attemlei to minimally by the Mistime
Ser. (Mugu' very low. Consignments of retrains*
clothing, Jewelry, AL an ,solleitiel.
NATHAN'S PRINCIPAL LOAN 017101,
8.8. Corner of Sixth and Race Streets,
Where money will be lotued on gold and silver plate
Watches, Jewelry, Diamonds, Clothing, Dry G
Grocerler, Segue, ardware, Cutlery, rualturs, Rid
ding, Hones, Vehicles, Harness, Stooks. and on all ay
tales of value for any length of time agreed ani ati mars
satisfactory and liberal terms than at any other estab
lishment. hf. . IiATNANB,
NOTIOII.—AII goods forfeited at liariuma's Loan
Office, 8. E. cornet of dlith and Rao. 'trot', will be
sold at public sactioic, on Tuesday wonting, 24th of
November, at 10 o'cloc k , unless depositors call prevloua
thereto, and pay charges, and retiov their certilloatea.
Moses Nathan', 8. E. corner of Binh and Buie Weida,
Nierthirs , s GREAT BALM 01 ROBIBITEDIIOOIIB,
Will tale place
On Tuesdaj Horning,
November 11th, al 10 o'clock, at Moses Nsthanahr
auction store, 8. It:corner of Sixth and Race sheets,
in the second-story room—entrance from Race street.
It will maraca the largest assortment of goods ever
offered at public auction, comprising a tares astl t i a tez
eel assortment of supernal, overcoats, Beg bas,
dress and bock coats, holiness pats, vies,
handkerchiefs, boots, shoes, umbra shirts, thy
goods, costa, 'pants, and vest pattersa, , nsahnlers,
merino, dame detains semi . 41rd* dre dresi
patterns, UM and eblldrenhs !pi ,L. and,
shoes, gum/ blest, allls, amino, apil eltitis j
talcoas, saps, u 55,,,........ ,2
oraps, silk; stet , plaid 'ikoktUiii, , OOP
shmeli, , parasols,' " hedsigiroolt,' • 4nit -,' '
blankets, 'heists, pillow-oases,
,booliai, loteu I
skates pistols, smel li ng-trunks, valiset tutu
cookikstoves, sad•lrons, musical 'this not ' ; ' •
elegant olltor-plated tes•aet, chini gliad mid
ware,• cigars, daguerreotype dames, emnplota,,wa
lixtoroo, microscopes surveyor ' s instromants, made by,
Knox & Sillllll, paintings, engravings, laklng-glissea,
and a thousand other artiolis.
WEBB'S groat sale of forfeited Watches,, jewelry, '
Gunn, Pistols, Musical Instmmenta, willtak• place
shortly. Dna notice will be given.
WEBB'S great sale of Dry Goode, Clothing, Bedding ?
at e., being forfeited collaterals, will tea* place shortly.
Due notice will be given.
AT PRIVATE BALE, AT RAIN THE USUAL
BELLING PRIOES.—Double-bottomed and hooting
case gold patent lever watches, of the most sp..
proved makes; hunting case and open face gold escape
ment lever and lepine watches, fulAjeweled; fine gold
enameled lever and !opine watches for ladies',• gold
jewelry of every description; silver lever and lapine
watches. In hunting cases and open face; sliver English,
Swiss, and Trench watches; a general assortment of fur
niture, beds, mattresses, mirrors. &o.
OUI.DOOR SALVS SOLICITED, and charges to salt
the times, low.
Consignments of every description of goods solleited
for public; °cyclists sale.
MONEY ADVANCED can't and every kind of goods,
for public or private sale, or to be held for a Hunted
time. Cho es low.
and MONEY LOAN OPYICE, No. 112 Sou th
THIRD Street, below Walnut, opposite Year at., only
eight doors below the Exchange.
Henn of business from 7 o'clock, A. 11., until 10
o'clock in the evening.
Out-door salsa, and males at the Auction House, at•
tended upon the most satisfactory terms.
CAPITAL *2OO 000.
Estabitthedfer the lass 174irry Years.
Advmaces made from one dollar to thousands on Dia
moods, Silver Plats Watches, Jewelry, Hardware, MC!
chandise, Clothing, Furniture, Bedding, Cigars, Mules)
Initrumenta, Gnus, Homes, Carriages, and Goode of
All advances, from one hundred dollen and upwards
will be charged 2 per cent. per month i 1600 and over,
the lowest market rate.
This Btore House having a depth of 120 feet, haai►rge
Ire and thief-proof vaults to store all valuable*, and prt
eats watchmen for the premises • also, a heavy tram
ranee effected for the benefit of all ' persona having goods
N. B.—On aenount of haring an unlimited capital.
thin °Mee Is prepared to make advances on more math
factory and aelommedating terms than any other Is
Money advanced to the poor, in mall =mutts, with
out any charge.
AT PRIVATE BALI.
Gold Patent Layer and other Watches, levelly, and
°lathing will be sold at reduced prices. aul-ly
GEORGE W. SMITH, AUCTIONEER
N. N. owner of BABSON and SOUTH &rests
BALKS ItVY..I3Y SATURDAY .
At TX o'clock, at the Auction Store, of Hardware Cut
lery, licmsekeeping Articles, Clothing, Wetches, Jewel
ry, Fancy Articles, ko.
P' .'. $ ' A .• " - $ :
COMPANY, OP TUN ,BTATE OP PINNBAVA.
• Aid- SPLK).OOO. -• 4.
DAVID JAYNI, M. D., President.
THOMAS 8. BTXWART, Tie, Pres%
EMIT, 8. MOON, Secretary.
ictiCN COMPANY, PU
802 WALNUT street, west
" fin aIBKB
Wm. M. Saida,
Johu Anapach, Jr.,
U. N. Burroughs,
J. B. Hughei, '
Y. D. Sherman,
Wm. P. Hacker,
J. P. Steiner,
H. A, Shackelford,
Hon. O. W. WOODWAHD,
Una B. Amman. Assl
F OR SHER IFF
CALEB S. 'WRIGHT,
Subject to Democratic rules
ALDERMAN GEORGE MOORE,
Subject to Democratic Rules.
JAAIES G. GIBBON,
Subject to Demotrath Rolm
EDWARD T. MOTT,
RIIRJECT TO DEMOCRATIC RELIC COlB2m*
WANTED, FOR THE 'UNITED STATES
CAVALRY—AbIe-bodied, unmarried men, to
whom will he given good pay, board, clothing, and
medical attendance. Pay from $l2 to $22 per month.
No man having a. wife or child will be emoted. Apply
for MOUNTED &ENTICE, at No. SIT MARKET street
above Eighth, north side.
EM n M II
WILMA!! B. ROYAL!,
let Lieut. 2d Regt. of Cavalry,
oct 6-2m* Recreating Officer
E 5 ass attb China Mire
JEW STORE. NEW GOODS
MAKEISEN & WITTE,
MASONIC HALL, 713 CHESTNUT sr.,
NAYS NOW ON NAND •
Complete sod splendid assortment of WRITE , GOLD
BAND, and DECORATED FRENCH CHINA.; BOH
MIAN, CRYSTAL, and COLORED GLASSWARE;
RISC, VARIAN, LAVA, sad TERRA COTTA WARES,
besides the greatest variety of
FANCY ARTICLES, •
which will be cold at lower prim thin at awywhollar
store is the United States.
CAVING FUND.-UNITED STATES
e.. 7 TRUST COILPANY, earner at THIRD and 01INST.
Large and small sums received, and paid bask on de
mand, without notice, with FIVE PER OENT
NET from the day of deposit to the day of withdrawal. •
Office llonrs, from 9 until 5 o'clock every day, and on
BIONDdY EVENINWS from 7 until D o'clock.
DRAFTS for sale on England, Ireland, and &otland,
from £1 upwards.
Prealdeat—OTEPTlllN R. CRIWYORD.
Teller—JANlE3 It. HUNTBR. sil7.lylf
CITY COMMISSIONERS' OFFICE,
PIIILMAILTUIA, NOV. 3,18.57.
NOTICE —The Board of Reviaion will meet It Ma
Office on the following named days, from 10 o'clock
A. M., until 1 o'clock I! M.
Ist and 24 Wards au Monday, November 9,1857.
3l 4th " Tuesday, " 10, '•
sth oth Wednesday, It 11, ti
7th Bth tt Thursday, " 12, tt
9th 10th it Friday, 13,
11th 12th it Saturday, " 14,
13th 14th ti Monday, it 10, it
15th 19th it Tuesday, ti 17, it
17th 18th " Wednesday, tt it te
19th 20th II Thursday, 't 19, "
2lst 22d " Friday, 20, ti
234 24th " Saturday, " 21, "
The Assessors of the several Wards will be particular
in attending upon the days of the locating or their
GEOROB M. HILL,
JAMES M. LEDBT. I Board of
LAMES 1,041 AN,
PETER ARMERVOTER, Revision.
WILLIAM V. McORATII,
YON'S PURE OHIO CAT A " BA
Brandy Is more valuable am a medicinal remedial
agent than the thousand quack nostrums of the day
Lyon's Catawba Brandy renovates, renews and life.
atreugthene the system, aiding fMgeetion,e dispelling
Flatulency and the canoe et dieeue.
carefully packed in boxes of 1 dozen each for trans.
portntion. Price $1.23 per Pottle, with discount to
declare. Bole wholesale agents—
FRENCH, RICHARDS, & OQO.
N, cor. Tenth and Market its., Phila.
For ule by Horn, corner Third and Drown.
Zeigler et Smith, tor. Second end Green.
corner Third and South.
• And Drti lets and Grocer, generally. nol&Itt
SPIRITS TURPENTINE-200 bble Spits
Turpootino, to win, for We by
en 1 ortk /Nat ;level,
r.l) MARINE INSIJR r
A. 8. Gillett,
Joseph Shipp, H. D.
'L TONES, President.
I, Vice Prealdent.
. tloMuct.te, fieeretary.
fIROPO3ALS IP OR ERECTING THE
E. °mom HOD/Uti tee., at Raul Amboy, New
Watitlerow, Depbember Met,
PILOPOSALP will be reesited 4WD Dspertmentastd
ilia Sigh day of November, A. D 1.07, at 12 o'clock
noon, for the construction of the Custom Nome, Peet
lletre, and Court Noon", arthorised to be .meted at
Pldrill AMBOY, New/ army, warding to the plans
Lad epeeilleetious impaired at this Department; said
proposed" to be either foe the whole building, or +SW
ate for the dillerent kb:stool work; bit. of pared. mut
In every rase meempany each bid, with the amount of
each kind of work, and the total same% mewled set;
the Department reserving the right to reject or accept
the Proposal. hereby ladled, or say part thereof. whey
is deems the listerat of "the United ittatme . = It;
the Department siio reserves the right to the
bids of say poses or pergola wham there le Jost mime
to believe will not faithfully perform the contras's, as
which they have attempted to obtain by Wired: Sit
and all bids when there shall be parties in intermit eh*
do not jell" In the bide, and all bids that apse terest*•-
llon are below a fair price for the wort.
Bids wall not be received to ma, and no entree
wIL he awarded to • bidder eaten details are furnished
the Department of the prime of the ditereat bads of
work sad moterials, which dual le .abject to the mes
asn of the Department, so that it may adapt the abate
or part of the bid, as the interests of the United SUMO
Hanel/ per cane. of the 142011.12 t of mart dame, aid
materials delivered mearding to contract pies (said
amount to he ascertained by an eittmate of so ',twat of
the Department appointed for that purpose.) will har
paid from time to tune as the mirk paregreisse, and tea
per mint. retained until the completion of the centred.
and the acceptance of the wort, de , by the spat afore.
said, and be forfeited in the event of nondsillhamet of
Contract will be awarded only to inastawbeildeas and
ateehanielp; and the aalignment thereof, sweeps b 7 Ma
sent of the Secretary of the Treasasy, will bye foefelt
tire of the same.
RukoPropcsal mutt be secampanied by a written goer
ante,. mined by two retporukble perwoup (certided to be
to by th e United Iltatee Metric; Judge, er Attorney of
the uld Dietriet), in the tun of $6,000 for the Want
work, or of a proportionate wacant ot say pt Shea the
bidder will, when required, ii his prepoeat be aceePted,
enter Into a contract and bond, with proper end *an
cient socurities, for its faithful performance.
Porno of Bond and Certilleate required WI be fur
nished on application to the Department •
Plana, aperifitatione, and working drawings, will be
ready on the let of November , whoa they ran be had an
application to the Department. -
No bid will be towsbiered cairn it fully rosy/its,
in ail tb details. with the ontsiresetete of ate alter.
She proposals mart be seat to this Department, ad
dressed to the Secretary of the Treasury, sail plaialy
endorsed " PBOtOSALS FOR TH.S PERTH datilOT
CUSTOM HQUSS,' , anti will be opened at on. o'clock
of the last day' named for recelyieg thrums. -
decretery of the Tommy.
oat- th oktn-bth24
T - TNITED STATES POST—OFFICE, IN
NW. TEN CITY ON PRILIDEPHIL.. • •
Widui tROPOSALIL ter ipappijiag matertala end
yeriniastehlp required In erection aml emetrtustior
of a PO4;01110. , the City of PhlledolPhlnt
for the United Mabee Pastishe Department, will he re
mixed at the Mlles of the Amd*rrgneti.comisubirsonac
for the bellding , No. 1011 Smith Anna Stmt, on at
before the twelfth day 6f December next. -
Contracts .will be awarded only to master-builders
and mechanics. Each Worm! most be accompentod
;by a written guarantee, signed by two responsible per
sone, to the sweet Aid the bidder, will, when requited,
if hie proposal be smelted, enter into a contract end
lestidviOt proper net enllidient Me imitated for it' faith
tilde on be won
• ..... n rerrat • late of Me drehitent, Jetta
lif' IS Likely 'Widmer,
lama eimiyireemettref senteainte and work
nildt=l/ .6. t
; r moat be mint to 'the olio's of t h e Com.'
,inifonsr atid - mddrahmtl to- John line; and endorsed
'"Pitoposet kr thetljelded Ittatel:Poet-oftee et Philit
'delrPbot," efd VII be:opened ad noon lathe Inannamen
Iday for reserring,the 11=16, . SIM
• 110r/i4e4.2 ' • 'Oominiertoner.
. - •
goals aitb iessausaiils.
Alenna utiow, •
1101713381 N t 80N8, Puniness.
A. &OH STREET SALOONS, .
727 and 729 ARCH STREET.
To the Ladies, as well a.II to the whole public, these
Saloins ore the most attractive In the City, and in
splendor of adornment led finish ere ■eperlor to soy to
BREAKFASTS, DINNRRS, AND SUPPBRS,
Served up tattle choked and toast e.xpeditious style.
Every variety of
FANOY AND ORNAMENTAL CONFECTIONERY,
FRUIT OF ALL KINDS,
DOB CREAM, JELLIES, GAME, AND OYSTERS,
Con"tautly ready for list Blurbs profusion.
PLAIN, TANCY, LTD OftllatZ3TAL .
CAKES AND PIPS OP EVERY DESCRIPTION.
NEW YORE TEA BISCUIT,.
And, In fact, all the VARIETIES, LUXURIES, and
DELICACIES of every clime and country_
BALLS, PRIVATE PARTIES, Presentation Supper",
sad Families 'applied at the shortest notice and on
OPEN ON SUNDAY AFTERNOONS AND EVENINGS,
A eontinnance of the patronage hitherto so liberally
bestowed by the public is respeetfally solicited.
aIS y IL B JONES, Proprietor.
TH South THIRD Street, opposite the new YeaagT.
•aata Unread Oe
We tontinuo to koop our platoons 21. Sind/us Horton
twat wittt *Tel, oormentonro in rowed to private
- We hare also made arransomenti to serve hi our com
modious Basement a variety of well-prepared Cold and
Warm Dished, at prices to Butt and answer the waive:k
lieg of Ike times.
Our 'Wines and Liquors are not surpaased by coy in
nolo-tuthiks-lm PSTRY BROMISM.
CAMPBELL'S RESTAURANT.— '
XI SON, Wild Ducks, Torkey, Osseo, GrAM••• Prate
Mambo Chlricatlque, Opiasehique,Drineese Dair„ Abet
s= iaid Cove Oysters, with IT. variety of GAME,
aid or domestic, in memo- Green Turtle Soap sad
Terrapin Suppers served op at theahorteat notice, at
JOHN CAMPBELL'S, No. 1417 CHESTNUT &sot, op
polite the State House.
K.B.—No impetus or rains has been 'pinta by the
Proprietor In fitting up this new establishment in the
most sumptuous manner—the second story being fcr
the sccommodation of Private Parties for Divans,
11Y Lamm for Ladles towards alitkairilat.
I I • 1 4 4r.i 4'
BM SALOON, No. 2111 Clortor's .y. ' 7 n 4 -
MaGOWAIPS RESTAURANT, SOUTH
west corner of BROAD and WALNUT.—Game.
and all other deltoids' in sauna. 71b1lies sunlit d
with Oysterson the aborted entree. IePT-,21
lITAMAR gr. BUTZ, PORTER, ALE
KJ AND LAGER BEER BREWERY, No. 330 (new
N 0.938) North THIRD Street, Thlladelphls.--Sblning
orders prompt)y attended to.
fire Proof Safes.
A large saaortment of
Tar Banks and Mosta.
Noll to any twirls au.
IRON DOORS, SUIITTNRS,
On U. good terms u any other establishment to the
United States, by
STARS & WATSON,
No. SS Smith FOURTH street
PLEASE GIVE VS A. CALL
11. CHASE & 00.
48. North VRONT and 44 WATER Street, ThilledelphlA.
CONS I'ANIZT LICE/ Vll4
On consignment from the interior of Pennsylrante,
where our new Cleaning Mill is now in general nos.
Also, TIMOTHY AND RED TOY always on
111NDY & BRENNER-COMMISSION
MEACTIANT3 and beeline In ?octave and Am.-
new' HARDWARE and OUTLERY, NO.. 23, 23 and 2T
North WIPTEL BUeet, Rut aide above Commerce street,
CHARLES TETE, COMMISSION MER
CHANT and Impostor of HAVANA REGAIVS,
(New) 138 Walnut street second story. aul-ly
edema antr Cigars
f4AV.A.NA CIGARS—A handsome sem
11. Event, sink as
Torrey Lopes, Union Americana,
°repo, Flora Cabana, he., de,
ke. t in X, If, 1-II ant MO es, of all sizes and quail
llas, le Wieland oosuttantly reediting, and for sale low,
by - CHARLES TEFF,
(now) 11S WALNUT Street,
below !locoed. second story
FIGARO, CABANAS AND PARTAGAS
HKt7AR9 — J aboice Levolto of time celebrated
brand, on board brig "New Jr.," daily expected from
Maar* and for sat low, by CHARLES TITS,
• (New) /MI Walneet stme, below &cola,
, aal boomed Flom
Sa)OF THE NOTES OF THE
,000 DANK OF PENNSYLVANIA yin
1,. taken at par for
CLOTHS, OISSINIERES, SATTINEFS,
Vertinga, Flumes, Muslin', Umbrellas, Gentlemen's
Wrappers, Shawls, Shirts, Drawer', foolery, Gloves
and Cravats Atm—
GENTLEMEN'S READY MADE CLOTHING.
A large consignment of which has just been termed,
eouipilslog a splendid assortment of )Isesna,Banirrips,
dseks, Dress stud Trott Costs. business Cants, Pants
and Vests, to be closed oot, lerkedersle or retail. at bit
11INOR Street, between Filth and Sllth. Market and
Chestnut streets. 3IONROE k CO.,
Importers, Jobbers and Commission Iferefents
N. ft —Consignments whetted and ad.ramees taa.le
ALE -I.BSOLUTE.—LOUIS lIANO, No.
1104 MARKET Street, eeeond door some Elev
enth, offers his entire Stock of ready-nude CLOTHING
et halt price.
Fine Dress Frock Coate 5,5 50 56 60 $7 53
ll Sank Overcoats. 500 600 700
Dearer Bancap Coats 500 600 700
New style Raglan Costa 600 7 00. 900
1,01/0 Brown London Etna... Coate. SOO worth 11 00
Pine Black and Fancy Cass. Pant... 175 STS 3TS
I am now forced to Nell the entire Stock on account
Of POEM pecuniary circumstances. This notice is posi
tive, sod not like a good many offer. to eell at cost;
but I am obliged to sell, and will sell anyhow at any
price mas r than be sold. Sale commences ati A. 31.
till 9 P. 31at LOCIS 11.1.N0t6, 1101 5113t1IST St.,
wont door ;Move 'Eleventh. bolt-6t
T HE PHILADELPHIA BANK.
poiLanzi.pin., November 1T,111.57.
At the Annual Election, held yesterday, the follow
ing named gentlemen wore elected Directors for the
THOMAS ROBINS. &men, P SWISH.
JOSHUA LoNarrarnt, QIIINTIN CLICPEtiLL,
RICHARD D. WOOD, JOHN W. CLAGEORS,
JOHN WRIIIII, JOSEPH SWIFT
MARSHALL Mu g Lzwis E. minimum
LILAC RTAILI, mt, ABRAHAM ERRS,
And at the meeting of the Board of Direefors, held
ada day, Taonsaß 'ROBINS, Req., Ira/ unanimmely
50144) B. S. CQXIOII, 0141431 t