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initrTgi .; a ',,boPre ' Sedge Peel*
-was nondadefillek *tole of the:
,dat Selkeoa4pidit:iu'rehustninelap.,: and 'the' jars
retireeto their O'O l O6lE, and: agreed
won EkVerdiotnf Aniiiiirat'elglit'mluntes to eleven.
Thtjudse - Steplimap4d the ocniusel -for. defenoe,
liiessnitalanknial(and Ashintiad; on the seal and
ltbeity , whiekthey,:hed manifested`` hi- the oats.
Tim prieetittr.Will be isentenoed'on Friday. , } . -•
J*a?Wrt+tair thrinsi Idennim.,—Tan Clone
iran!s 'lrroortor, 4 Conacr Connery's ingnest on
the body Of PremishiVintent,*lo was murdered in
NortVWlllilitiatreet4n:Triesday night, wet Om'
llineepyortlx, murder; ,and saw two.
at .e Min
table; ', only was
faelag lardy hitt, *nd thought he-had seen the
filime :mni there the Sunday before:: Be was 'a.
latogfu*rt , hieccfmplestun heavery yellow, and
'he. iseWilliort of. ractistaolie.-
_'Would knot' Wm
ageirOhilk"tetthafof the prisoners rims the man. ,
Oillisirtifereeent" with Witness' to.several Spanish
bop:ding:ooes le find linkman:
l'i'tmotrof TUE e.'e. Ravi sus Cirrrin ; Mx-
Riar A,0: 7 -SAdo.ding to, a, previous - announce,
revenue'cutter Harriet Lane;
(named iijiterXeßudbanan'tinlece,) wile lannahed
now thelehilt-yarit of Win. 11. Webb, feet of Sixth
stMet,--,thie forenoon. The occasion was an inter-.
esting 'one At an early , hour this morning the
PeOple higanin gather to 'Witness ,the scene, and
When the venni WAS - launched certainly not tete'
than 0,000 were'Preient. ..'rerj - available space
oethisailjseent. duelie v and `alee. on' the vessels
aniftbe yard was fairly
hlACkWith. peonles. The . number of was.
greater than at inyps-evione linnet for "me
BY`~•.'T,~'~~ .SOT r I:IlYE.
' ,‘ rokTitiklilhol*
Norristandenot no Frau.]
Sr* N0r. , 19r4.20 P.
~,, , , ,
There is as yet nentes t lMa'Jediltell'et' the ° r ee l
et 'theiliwltifttlitegient between: the country and
citybOillitsilitelclits.redeinplionnf the our ,
Swirl rWitioit = ni'lidt).fliMe this neiiniug The
sussomintnihalatromaddirible, and it is tot tittoy ;
"-!"- - !bat It coon ho..i.ary.: large t '..the` diseetwit-of
5.. 0 ‘ 0 1 111 t0 4 X- A'r:2oii:i!lt eli&C , -fieigfiitfr iie/Pielt
oltai f to
-4 4,0 1 0 1 :.. 0 ---,'...:,;.. t ",.. '1..r 4 4 . 4- , Ir''' , ~,L—.
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..1• . ."44, ,•I , . . • 4 ' •...- ; ;;;61-, - F•p v. . , s-,4 :;‘,;., '
.. , t.lia6 - 414 , .. • ~ " ;',461
- thi • „ )7t .. .," . ...4 .•• 'MIT,
'4040 .. i'i'''. t• ~',: ..,....q.:,.:. :.L,.., ‘ wss mit
lative ; ‘'e_eo --4- ',
„..,:- ' '-'-'-; - elide- deounpfl
- showed ' that • tht NUMMI; 41. , Atitsie4(Wnispihti,d
under thepar aiMmpiineriV,,msvntipresented, by
eartitioatea, vtatiatalMilMotikftiatonfttatiof dollars.
NettoeforWarits , Afiets notes ' can only be' received
at a quarter per cant, dissourit, 'and paid ilii neat
day, in what wee celled ". hankahle - Money," that
ihr Nen! T,erk - eityMlle; - , ". -•
'Berne - mmignimyladividtials,,relard. or afoot to
regkldiqbta abgernent eit a mina! - restoration
of specie payruenM,-,and are very jubilant over, the
Metter. and quite oompliteentary-te the banks.
Any quantity of small .capitals and 'Calle le used
- to arnpliaatta the Mold explanations°, these gentle-
Men ; bat tad' I see that Tenn - go to a etty bapk,
deposit my country ourrenoy add get gold'ner t day,
• ess one-quarter per cent., I shall be unable to see
the virtual of specie payments. ._ •
' It"is'trlid the country . banks 'must, redeem in.
Speolm- but whu Js tba gainer but the city , banks
,troded on the ourteney- which '" they nod;
forish.decise, redeemed in' , goldi and accept only ,
at la eimintr - I shall watch this matter closely and
lePllas ibieW every Phase.it assumes, - I anticipate
a*Apr grumbling, betmuse 1 feel sure there
._ eaNt.,ebrindanoe of ,trickery. The money
not easier today . It is dull and gloomy.
NoMm; CaMget a dotter; en any, ordinary. security,
*happily wants %end yet the banks are really beg
. glee (*) le to take their surpluitfandsi on the best
poN11) , *retired bythe ',best possible Cella.
teajef , • . Y beg in v,ain. --
Tidally. rokers are entreated to ere the
of tlfeleff spode, portfolio and even then; in most
cailes,Alle hest is not good ' enough, and I can en
sure you fre) personal observation and knowledge,
that while-Ads is, the
,case, , their oldest and best,
oustormitherW turned away, and If they deign any
apology itis that they do not know now who is good
and WhtiLlopot, and that they must bo cautious. It
ry, bat a sod ono; Among private indt•
Nd ti +l , more- oonftdonoo;but. not enough
• '..to este* irmite, to feat at all sanguine of epeedy re-
WhiNthe banks phew eueli an exempla as at
present+ VW/meet-be Mipeeted that *hat deserves
the nitakOtiellefecari.ho mocerleneed„ Bore and
there the noortnntis aorninulation,Of (noisy now
held her fteeilbtelf through some chink or other
in eMall,litlialtassimilly. email—quantities. ' Bat
contraction WOW the Cry. - . ,-, -. ' ; -. ,-',.
Thenotee or the Pratt Bank el - Buffalor-Were
thrown , out by the Metropolitan to-day. ; - Foreign
exabarlia - ,iarttry dull, at nominally fernier rates.
' The topirted , return of 120,000,060 France, Protested"
paper, mentioned in thO'Niogare's new!, is believed
to he, a Ireat , ,exaggerotion: No doubt, we - atoll
' ,have returned - ibills,o hut '. not .to - 'snail ~an
.. amount. -._-. Tiott•.Niagarttr.hringa about ,¢150 . 000_
for the United Stales, anti $100,600 forifallyn. That,
Canada Mok out $170;000.' - - , = ' - ','f''' -' •
I torn informed thee - Abe lialdlitliecit MeSsril,'
Nayler r Viottem,ATo. - , - of SbeffieltateiNewlerk
. are Muidi exaggerated, In itio' telegraphic jute,
teary of the Niagara nerra.;.,Theisto not amount
to more than $450,000, and the assets are Upward.
Of 050,000, -•• The businera- at % the' eleeritit house
today was: - - eloarings;'sls;4o9,i7ds,3B,, , qbalaisetar
-.' paid n, coin, $1;020i6,23.20. - The "fitib-Tiotteriry,
reeetVetP . l332,7oo ;'- paid $34050,5kand.1105. a
. balance "of $4,030, 4 15: 51 :. , ;',T110, ',MAMMA, recelpti. ,
(ofduties amounted. to $7,3;000: . -,, ~..„,:-. ..„..- ,-) ..-F,l 1
, ThO_ stock 'market - was rather - aetive'to•dis but ,
unsettled. With the exception of a very few very_ i
'solid smoke, there watt decline at , the Arid boird
of from t,to 0 per amat:2' The Wit were: large but, lesi thlufyiistetAnyilbelh' for - lailt-Mtcl'4ll 'tin*
Monk stooks' are nearly, as high as were beferii ,
the panic, althongh - they hive einienneedtheir in:
tendon. te pass automat difidends.-;” , There wee- a
further decline in stooks at the second board with
:a weaker market. New York Central closed at
29 ; 'Reading. at4s ; .Erie at 17, Illinois Central at
953; Panama at 89; Chicago and Rook Island at
811; and If lobigari Central atsB.
, • ,
NEW YORK STOCK EXCIIANOE SALES; Nini 19,
88 Gal at Obi x ' . go;v
60 do,' 010 80,4 y
100 do - , b3' 81
000 Reading 71 45X
900 do b3O ng
6000 N Yatiti 040 60 99
1000 NY Sato sgs 01 00
21:0010 stme 569 99X
2600 NYStito di 02 08M
6000 .do . OD .
158014 y 84te 81 74 104"
- TOO Todix 85 90 87
1000 yirgiola edi ' „ DO
4000_ do 89-
/00 ' do
200 do 530 45
100 •do 510 45
bUdiolt So k N I It ,22N
40 , 69110arolisMIN 87m 885 do
~ • 22 „
1809711Noscrrifia l t o 79 100 do : 22%
10000' 'do . . 78M705 N Y Central 31 80
10000, "do ”. _ ; 78% 100 ~ do . 010 79M•
2000 -do b6O 79,i, 100 -,: do 630 ,80
-:4000 OalSt la 75 MO BO - 106 ,do „ bOO 80
0:00 " do, , " b. 3 68 160 ,do , s5O 78%
Nat :"110 ,-:- , 87% 100' ,do ' ; , 830 "79 -
.1000 , W'slo ", 1 . 07% 200 do - " 039 79,g
6800 oho 60860 100 • 230 . do ' , ,26 Illm
1000 Oity 48 98 , : 02-c 160 .do, , - ' 'O5 79g
" il.Maty,Y_Dealris, '36 100.1" do' " ..., o 5 79%
600-,AO . ,: ' 84M, /00 do b 7 80
701XtN.Y Goa Sub , l2 ,77.. 600 - do al 80
11:310 NY Oan It Is - 101' 85 MI & Nilo 11 33
6000 NritrOouv 71" 36 100 do tab 32'
10001drie 11 Con 82 37 35 do b 3 23
6000 Eric lido 2.3 "a 153 137 100 'do ' ' 020 32%
•6000111fid 112 , 1 lit 80 258 Ls Cr & 1111 D. la
7000 Nod Court Oda 53 .. 160 do 12%
woo TA Oan, Ma 26 aoo - a. •12.4
600112 11 N.A.l2d Mt 62 - 65 -do 121(
'- z.. ,4: •%,_,' " ' 61% 11l - 1 6 .), ....-. ..3 - 0 .11-
1009otorlem ill Alt . 701.; .850 Olev * 2:0 11", . 42%
2600' ' ""do' 7 . , -.7 0 g 100 ,do -
465014,Cr dr Mil 461. 85 , MO, do : 42M
211911Mitudilms . 95.300 do' . , 43
. . 111`41M - lx Dank •-• 95% .:0 do , 42%
,10 .Idatropnt Ilk, 95 100 do ' b3O 45%
lismikot. Donk' 'Bs 800 'do -: `b3o 43.
4:o4lenton Co - .19% 00061&11,IN• 80%
„lA. , ;do, . .bBO 20 16 46 80m
15 Del & llud Co 1011 GO do Om
15 do 102 , 60 do . bl.O 81
-6 `::.' do - •.f , 101% 05 -do , 81 ,
85 do ouwk 101% , 300 .1410 It' 18
10 DennDool Co, .68 '5O Iladlliver It 22 •
(M_ , '.12 "50 `do .. bl 5 . 2 2 %
- 200-4,40 ,' , bit, 12% 80.11orlem It - -9%
810. -do :" '', - ' 121( : 6 TblrdAvenuelt 85
- 80 failiflo NBBOO. 09' ".40 Sloth Avenue N " 90
, . Ile Nichf&N,lpfd 43, • 16alich' Oen li' , . _ : 59 .
461 alai, 3.. . , 43N , 160 •- " dor, : '-_,
,110: Fame,; /1," '', '9O . -150 Olov & Pitt. N 3454
290 11l 086 A
; , . - 16-
,-- i 100 1 ~, do, , ~, - , 14,M
,20 010.0.94,61riN90,10 240.. - 44 , ..- - ''. , 15 :
,6, 1 ' 'do" ~,."- ' 1211`,;•"1 MO '' do " " ' 1act.;16.,
, ,_-,,„ ~ - ..., , .
,; ..,...., _ , . , ;...-.XeriXarti.: •.. , , ~. , - ,
Aloofi:-The Indrkait-49, - 0149 for- both kind's:
Sales of Pots at. 80.81,B47i: mid' Pearls, at $8.25a
46:0716'' '-' • ' ''', ~,
CoXkns; -- -VlicrOs ml 9 -0011401 Priolio ore heari.;
- 00110t1.- - 41e taatitet ''''' urieettled and lower;
middling Bplands contd.. lel bad *slow es 120.,
whiob Is one edit decline upon the recent advance.
. yerylittle lad**, , .... _ _ , ~.., „`. ~ ~ ~- . -
" likau.-The market for rill kinds Is racy dull,
'bat prima/ are Without further abanger-' • -'
" rogu e %kik-The - demand 'for ,IYeatern Cinal
' Elbtiels frdr, Bait ratheilkie figures for common
'brands; at lb. abateMent ' - a good inquiry pro
:wale, anddlitimarkecolosen with a good degree of
firmneet. - - ~. ~. ._- ' -. . - ' •
,-- ' Theraded"iielklloo bbls at $4.804.4.90 for oom.
-1 1 6 . 10 40alitatf; , 8545.26 for extra do; $4.80a
is= y 0- and Allohigan ; sss.
•:- 86.8510 r Mara dof $5.8047.25 - for iot Louie
brands -, $6.4046,95 for :Common to good, extra
b 10; #6Bst 'for Red to °bolos do ,- and $6.80a
.8/41r or extra Genesee. - ,' - c' - - - '
Canadian flour by unobaaged-tbo demand, - ,1,a
Moderrife'l 7 ll44of 600 bbli*oXs64s6;oo' fot144 1 :1
brands. bofithern dour is in moderato demand
and is steady; the arriyali are not oo laYgof Igaltiii,
- - of 1,400 bbls .11t. $5.1045,15 for mixed- to rgrant
brands, Baltimore, do.; and ; $6.40a80.76 for, the
better.grodes., - • . ,
Bye 'flour is, quiet ; sales o'loo bbl a t g3 . 50 a
1,, gt,ta',- ; <fern meat is quiet at 88.50 for Jersey and
$8.76 forßrandywine , . Buckwheat dour is in good
' demand, 1it12a52.25 peer 100 lbs.. ~
drieM.-;-lberaarket closes quite rimier wheat,
,'with a. fair demand for a good, . article for export.
.The aribrala of Southern aro ihnitell';" this Is Want
willOr-mlddling. . ' ' . --
The =sales are 44,000 buoholo, at $1.25 for fair-
Southeirri 1ted;11.49481,52 foi' fair to gOod 'White
- do; $1,2041.321 for
„Amber do; 80ea$1.04 for do-
Ilialtdd IN' 81.69 for good Wbito Michigan: "81.20
' foreoMMOn-Wblto Indiana; 81.16 forned Indiana;
$1,:55 'hi Willte'Ke'94uoltll $l.OO for Milwaukee
' Club: $1.25,f0r oordmortM bite Canada, and 58ca$1
' for'Oltiongo spring .. , -- _. , , .
- • .. , Ityo Is quietales of 1,200 b us Canadian at vie.
;I- Barley ill steady-salmi of .4,060 bus State at 70a
81,10.7':;,Patertio in' detnand and'not plenty-salsa of
, - StgfixtilidlViiitern at 435470. -, „ .... - '
-Cora iivaidt but firm! for wank 0f,16501i. the it
' ..rliaid - '_are exceedingly limited-sales of 2,000 bus
' Weatorn !nixed,, in -More, - at 80a, am 1 ,200 -i n ,
Southern yellow,delifored at 87:o.
Ile r,-.:-The demon d,is fair,,, f:lateji 14400 bales at
''.56a660 :04'100 lbs„ ~ ,-. ~ ,
`: Pirovisnixo , 7lllo pork market is'dull arid. noml:
:nal 14.17 , fei,priMe,,and 819.00 for mess, old. and
ne rt.af W. plenty and heavy and the demand vety
• nrlb9 iffolA7 foi,,ShEe ;. s9 ' 6o
ked w astern men,
• sVeloCitikloom ,:ft rr,,rpkoA)
4d ref.,jety/ 6 4 . ..q 4e iiiet:ii i2 2 a525; Itoef - hams
id" - '1 - 4if - iniall".fatiate'Sl4,t44l7. Bums'
: // 1 0 ;11 lots at 12a121e.` Ont meats jand
delnand, , and now ratliet
10- B 'nbr - 't
on at 12 ial2ko for
Preellea Loge 11/ r e
lat fair --de
"-SitICW111:011"14 a" r ein -Y i 6 l:o Id per
:iporogalistlve ' eatF,!!`
g4:4 - K - L c i,;,,'... 4 .-oki •
Rice to quiet;. datKof 15p ti , qqoadat 10 . .75a53 50'
SUGAJIS daaliattie plea t 41alo for
'ollbkid, 056 , 1140; and 6aso Moo.'
lusaer=7The,rntoF);et la; fairly active at striation
WttialcsY—Tho market • le witholft change; sales
of 250 bbla at 2318240.
ELEGANT SILVER PLATED WARE.—Enving re
cently hat occasion to *hilt the silverware rnanutee.
tor* of Motets. Tarden ar.,,Brother, on Chestnut ,tract.
'above Third,, we were surprised at the partootion to
which this branch of art has been carried in this coun
try: some 'of their specimens are really beautiful.
Thci stook of thesigentleinen, now on hand, embraces
a'superior assortment of everything in their line of bu
THAT'S that oonquereth hirneolf is
Vaster than he that conenereth a nation," and be
that will Sacrifice his money to benefit 'others is oar
tainly to be placed in the tame category. We are led
to this train of reasoning by seeing it announced that
the celebrated Clothing awn of Olifton, Albright, & Co ,
Jayna , a gill, No. 027 Olteshiut street in order to keep
employed their workmen and women during the winter,
will sell ...their 'elegant and fashlenable Clothing, com
prising every ;variety and style, at first-cost price.
They are certainly deserving of the pattopege of the
public, and the thinks of all good 'men. Let our read
ers, who want anything in their line, give them a call.
I n tl* FMOOK 'IIIARKET.—Stooka are going up at
'present about an rapidly as they went down POMO two
'llTaUthistaae. Vortunea have been wade by speculations
la Beading, and the successful epeculators have In
portion of their profits in the purchase
4 *legit - garments at the Brown Stone Clothing Ilan
of Yiocthill .k Wilson, Nos. 00$ and 605 Chestnut street,
.IRoported for The Prees9
, ROTTERDAM—Dag P Lacoste, Pierce-5 pipes and
6 come gin, 3 kegs =Ewe, 6 cases cheese Twelis &
Co; 15 kegs notmegsW 8 Grant; 6 pipes gin Kirkpatrick,
De aeon Jr, Co; 6 pipes and 6 cases do P Long; 10 cases
do P Eppelsheliner & 0o; 10 pipes and 10 casks do I'
- Simpson; 6 pipes and 6 mike do Mitchell & Allen; 25
pipes do, 1 case bulbs, 08 oinks wine Carson & Newbold;
3 casks wine, 1 do cherrywater L Walker&"Bro; 80 oases
vrina WM . & O WY. Allen; 6 pipteratid -30 eases gin A 0
-Orals & Co; ;,r• pipesgin I P Tobles; 10 do do 11 &
elktberitood;klo do do Al Ca/korwonti; 221 pipes gbh 1'
kigs noise, 2 amid Amiss It Bohlen & Co;
isska wine J Pleattr, db dy. I• blallerol - b 12.1,
o lIW-.Dullon 9 ewe MOO # bale vtoidloO"
../h, 8 oiskattine, case•filhorririt4 , l"l. Plate'
oft's , " I YlSlndas 541164044 ist Leresteiu;
• : do thnoborger &.00;10do''flil3 lenicke,- 3do
d 6 11,61atil; 3 bokespdants P Raabe; I do do J Sarney;
1 pkg lase 7 Messinger ; 5 maim gin,- 600 pigs tin, 200
'slabs do, 355 pkgimago, 3 22 peaks wino, 'order.
'fICINGSSON—Schr llero, Oiawall-546 bags pimento
7 hides 1 bbl bootee= 51 pieces 8 bbls copper 6 tons iron
7 do lustic , 22 do logwood D N Wetzlor & Co.
PHILADELPHIA. , BOARD OP TRADX.
EDWARD A. BMWS,
WARNSII M. BASIN, (00XMIT111 01 . TUX MONTX
,Nswoomz B. Tammy,
LETTER BAGS .
At the Merchants , Exchange, PhiladeloAta.
Ship Joseph Jona , Phowers San Francisco, soon
Ship Philadelphia, Pool Liverpool, soon
Ship II B billdmay, Webb London. loon
'l3lllp Banuesk, Rowland Liverpool, Nov 28
Ship Noplee, 8114131111 llayana, soon
Brig Nathan, Option. Falmouth, Jo, soon
Brig Fie Vahan, Burns, ' St Jago de Cube, soon
, Selo Jonathan May, Cobb . Havana, soon
PORT OF PIRI.ADELPIR.II4 Nov. 20, 1857
SUN RISES 7 6-41:11i SETS 4 51
151011 WATER 4 13
Steamship Delaware, Copes, 18 hoar' from New York,
via Cams May, witkmdse and passeogers to Jae Ailder
diee. A 6 o'clock yesterday morning, oft the Brandy
wine Light, passed ships Thomas 11PeritIns, for Liver
pool. and Nestorian, for Mauritius, at anchor. Passed
below New castle about 10 ochre upward bound.
Brig P Laseaste, Peoree._from Rotterdam 24th Sept,
with ginoka. toll Bohlen & 00.
'Br eche Mere, Crowell, 18 days from.Ringston, Sam,
with pimento; logwood, ko. to D N Wetelar & 00.
Behr Rickard Borden, Arnold, 6 dais from Pall River,
with iron to Colman & 00..
Bohr P 6 Hander►, Ireland, 3 days from Now York, in
.ballset to Chas hillier is 00.
Bahr George p Brown, Torolin,l day from Goshen, N
Y, in ballast to Van Dusan, Norton .fc Co.
Behr Richard Thompson, Lloyd, b days from Dennis,
Maas, In ballast to Darld. Cooper.
Behr Monism, Long, 10 days from Vinalhaven, with
atone to P Comber.
Behr Juliet. ()hose, 12 days from Boston, with lodge
to Orman de Collins.
Behr Wm Cellyer, Rowland, 5 days from Portland, et,
with stone to John Notman,
Behr Beauty, Johnson, 4 days from Newport, in bal
lad to John R White..
Bohr Waa Ritowe, Wigging, 3 days from Bag 'Harbor,
in ballast to L Audanreld & Co.
Bohr lit Morey, Ryder, 4 days from Newport, in ballast
to 7obn R White.
Bohr Mot, Reamer, day% from New York, In ballast
to Noble. Hammett & Caldwell.
ache Wm 0 Atwater,' littMl, a atop from Sag Rubor,
in „ballast to N Sturtevant & Co. s, •
, flail Pattarson,lkittionnti 4 44.111 from - 00slinit
84014 17 b asp Siam Bolton, in bal•
lot to Nome Gantt Onlanoll.
lione littnaiont, /Matti., a. days mot Milton, in ballot
to Wallace *
Behr j fkg , kalleott,
_Vikkirk t 4 days from NoirPorti
ballut to Jahn B. White.
Behr, Coma Gooto t /mai, 5 days from Suffolk, Vo, In
bailsat toil Orsekey. •
Bohr Illort, Gibomou, 1 • day from Siramlyirinti, with'
'door and - most to Robeson /ea. -
Bohr, Liberty, Webb, S days from ledlen River, with
Coin to Bewley, Wilson & Cs,
• Ar.bri Win Georgeilielison, 1 day from amino, Del,
with core to liewloyyWAlson & Co, - z '
• Behr ~finn 0 !army, g011y,..1,42ay from* Omiria, Doi,
rifthishintiollaßloy, Wilts* &
' •-&.hryisistolla, Cooper, 1 day from Smyrna, Doi, with
WheaVtOlootloy,,Wilom do 00.
Bohr itechsale, dor from Odessa, Del,
with oats to Bewley, Wilson& Co.
Behr Golden (late, Boone, 2 days from Yroderica, Del,
with wheat to Jae Barrett to Bon.
Bohr Austin, Ryan, 1 day from Wilmington, Del, in
ballast to Noble, Hammett & Caldwell,
Steam-Amp Gen W Cook and S L Pussy, 7 hours from
the Brandywine Light, having towed thereto ship Thoe
21 Perkins, for Liverpool, whore she anchored on Wed
nesday oreniug at 6 o'clock, together with chip Nesto
rian, for Mauritius, baring been towed thereto by tug
America, which proceeded on to Baltimore for the ship
which inbound to this port. Reports bar
lug passed on Wednesday night at 12 o'clock, off Ches
ter, tho ship Sirocco, for Liverpool, at anchor, and tugs
Jacob (1 Needle and Matt Whito alongside,
Brig B Dunning, Dunning, Portland, 0 A lieckaber
Dr rein. Aurora, Lames% Kingston,. Ja, Outerbridge,
Harvey & Co.
Bohr P A Benders, Ireland, Wilmington . , 0 Miller
.Boht G 71 Brown, Tomlin, Wag Bing, Von Dusan, Nor
ton ilk (30.
&hr R Mumma, Lloyd, Boston . , B Cooper.
Bahr W 0 Atwater, Brown, Boston, N Sturtevant & 00.
' Behr Mary Raley, Haley, Batton, Noble, Hammett &
- Behr Austin, Ryan, Boston, • do
Behr Elliott, Weaver, Boston, do
Bohr M Patterson, Yanniman, Washington, do
Behr Wm dollyer; Rowland, Middletown, do
Bohr Beauty, iehoson, Alexandria, J B. White.
Behr L K Endicott, Vankirk Newport, do
Bohr M Mercy , Nyder, Providence, do
Behr W Rowe, Wiggina, Quincy Point, L Audenreld
Behr Minnesota, Baker, Salem, Wallace itc Co.
Behr Cerro Clordo, Irons, Suffolk, H Croskey.
flosphis, VAy, New York, W M. Baird. es Co.
&left Willing, Claypool*); Baltimore, A Groves, Jr
(Oorreiiondence of theEhlladelphia Exchange.) '
CAPE ISLAND, Nov. 19. b ht.
An u 4 nknown Duque came in and passed up this after
noon. Nothiug in sight hounteotit. Wind strong from
the soteth—weather coot. -
taYmtre s Eb., r THOS. B. UMBEL:
(Oorreepondeoce of the Philadelphia Exchange.)
LEWES, Del.. Nov.lB, 8 A M.
The brig Lads. of the lake, sans B Cook, J L Lowe,
Moderato Worcester, and Semi L Stocker went to sea
last evening. No vermin at barber. Plied SW.
Yours, do, ' WM. Si. 111.0KMAN.,
Steamphip Black Warrior, Smith, for Eravana and New
York, cleated at New Orleans nth inst.
Ship It 8/ethos, Ballard, for Bast Indtee, cleared at
Boatooldtle !nat. , •-• •
' Ship altonehelia; Beauchamp, from Chinch& Islands,
arrived in Hampton Roads 17th inst. for orders.
Vip The. Wateon,,Consins, from' Sierra Leone Oct
17, arrived at New York yesterday. Left brig Bator
prlse, for New York next day.
:_Barque Jolui 114,10, Sabers, hence 10Yli'June, before
reported at luo coinbd last Aug, was caught in a pare
' pars before reachlog her.. port of deitiostion, which
histedlbuy 24 diji; aid'dlieblufkor, that after ar
riving and lfellrering Sir cargo, which was nearly all
landed in good order, the captain, finding It imposaible
to repair the vessel, abandoned and condemned her.
Bier was inhaeguentlfsold for $1.400. Capt .Y has or.
rlystUat Boston. The IW. was built In this city, and
jailed hence on her drat voyage In the bestaping of
Ju1y,1846. She was fully insured.
• Barg*, Washington Butcher, Collins, fleece, arrived
at New Orloano.l2tb bat. ,
Native Huy II . Kendall, Brock, wee waiting at bit
torten 17th inst.'
Barque Mien Stevens, Howe, was discharging at Ma
tanzas 7th blot
. . .
Barque .7014.0 Brn.e, Gayle, cleared at Baltimore
18th inst. for Montevideo and Buenos Ayres.
Barque .Garland, Ilaelloop, cleared at New York yes
terday for 81 Jego de Cuba.
Brig Echo, Long, from Rio de Janeiro, arrived op at
New Canna 12th inst.
Brig Wszedale, Bhaeltford, for Barbadoes, sailed from
Eastport lbth inst.
Brig Golf Bull, Northrop , from Richmond, at Mobile
12th inst. • ,
BrigEmmaEger, Kelly, hence at Charleston 11th Inst.
Brig -Leviathan, Morton, from Boston for Philadel
phia at Holmes Hole Rattled, and sailed next day.
Brig Georgia, Carlisle, from Boston forlPhlindelphia,
sailed from llolasen Role 18th Inst.
Brig Tangier , Pendleton, from Boston for Philadel
phia at Holme s „Holq 17th that , and sailed again.
• Brig Charlotte, Lockhart, from River Congo, 8 C
Oct 8, arrived at New. York yesterday. Loft no Ameri
tan vessels. Ohms Thompson, seaman, of Bamberg,
died Oct 28; John Fodor, of do, died 25 th ; Geo A Beck,
20th;of New York 2oth ; O
and W Nelson, of do, Nee Bd.
• Brig Milton, Patter; from Aug °eyrie, arrived at New
York yesterday, • - •
flehre, A E Doughses, Gaines and Harsh Mange, Wee-
Ver,. henee, arrived at New York yesterday; the former
In bound to Hartford.
Bchr B A Paine, Sadlor, for Philadelphia, sailed from
Eaatport 16th inst.
Sabre Brasil, Howes; Haaelle , Somers; Wlllette,
Thainpson; Ben) L Berry, Haley; .1 1, White, Poster;
0 Patterson, Hand, and W H Dennis, ILlowitt, hence at
Boston 11th inst.
- Sabre Snow Flake, Weaver; J H. Risley, Boyco; Julia,
Barrett; It lc H. Estelle, Baker; Lillie Sanders, Williams;
U & T. Cramer, Huntley, and Empire, Prme, hence at
Providence 17th init.
Ochre Perseverance, - Churchill from Plymouth for
Philadelphia, and Challenge, Hal l, fr o m St George for
do, at Holmes Bole 16th lust, and mailed 17th.
Sabre B, Smith, Douglass, and Mountain Avenue,
Greenfield, hence for Boston, and Amanda, Holmes, and
Ann, from Boston for this port, at Holmes Hole 17th
init. Soiled, gar/ A Lea, 1) Smith, Amanda, Connac
tiedt, and James
Sohn! Vidalia, Shaw, and A' Barrett, Coatee, hence for
- Boston, at Holmes Stole 11th inet,
MA 11011 MISOILLiIiY
IMPORTANT TO lIBIORAIITB AND sytuppEns.
om=o,K notra.. Now „Toon,
COLLNOTOR , II 0,1100, Nov. Is, 1857.
The following information hats been receivedby
day in a oonmenlentlon from the Treasury Department,
with . directions to promulgate the some for the benefit of
77npas lb may concern.
• AIIOUBTIIS DWELL, Collector.
,neardy/at of entry for Bromon aboutmerhaven,
the mouth. of the Illver Weser, fifty miles
below the etty. Vessels drawing over WM) feet of Wa
ter fachtot, tome up to the city, and the transportation
of tarots destined for Br emen
le affected betweenithe
:port of , entry out the Oltyby Wens of smell lighten,
.whipti 'arena considered as common carriers by the
Oal laW,And the parties at Bremen to idiom the cargo
I PI delitiad*OoWittiedi waneCreeeipi fa tho ginUffit,
4 , •
its deliveryte the lighter, but only when delivered to
this transportationat Bremen
huso is co aubjectin
g the reseal to delay un-
I; It is suggested that the delays in the 'unloading of
cargoes, Co often complained o by meters of vessels
from the 'United States, might be obviated, if the ship
pers to that port would insert in their bills of lading to
Bremerhaven,' indeed of ; Bremen.; 'to be die
oharged within five days after entering the harbor,'
Ship Lookout, Hamilton, from San Francisco Aug 6,
arrived at New York 18th lust, makes the following re
port: 9th lust, let 25 20 N, long 02 30, experienced a
severe hempen° front 85E, with thunder end lightning,
and incessant rain for three days; sustained no damage.
10th, at 8P 51, lot 2627, long 63, made a sail to wind
ward, apparently in distress. she proved to be the Br
barque Pollock, from Androesan for Charleston, SO, 34
days out; had lost the day before, in a heavy anuall,
main topmast at the cap, and every yard and sail at
tached to the mainmast; also fore topmast head, fora
topgallant meat, and all her sails forward; fore yard and
topsail yard all light. Supplied them with a main yard
and what thing they Wanted Would =kora N York.
Barque Alexander, at San 'Francisco 14th ult. from
Manilla Aug 0, (notll3th, as reported in San Francisco
Papers) bad heavy weather, and was on the edge of two
typhoons, but escaped injury: In Ist 42, long 170 8.1,
foil in with broken spare, rudder, mast and bowsprit,
and for several days floating pieces of vessels.
Cape Noddick, Nor 18—Schr Washlogton, Arnea, of
Eastport, where from or pound not stated, ran into the
ochr Mountain Eagle, steteon, with lime, where from
or boundnot 'Anted, causing the latter to olok imme
diately. The crew were taken olt by the Washington,
and one of thorn, Mr ltodgere, was landed here. (Our
correspondent has 'inadvertently omitted to state the
date of the disaster, and where the vessels were front
or bound .]— Portland Argos, Nov 18.
Brig Hudson, (of Beeville) Griffin, from Bangor for
Weymouth, put into Portland 10th net. Iteports—Olf
Boon liiiand morning of 15th, the deck load, cooslaliog
of lumber, shingles and laths, caught tire from spells
from the galley, boning cif the main standing rigging
ou the starboard ilde, all the running rigging, pumps,
hatches, mainmast nearly' off, and badly damaged the
The deck 1011 i was about fuined, twenty-five
thousand feet of lumber basing been thrown overboard
before the Ore wan extinguished, and It was thought
that the cargo in the bold was also damaged.
Ship Sarah, 954 tons, 14 years old. Wit at Portland,
bas been sold at Boston for about $ O , OOO .
The fine schr Olada# of 112 tone, owned In Province
town, hoe been geld to Capt 118 Amex, of Now Orleans,
for a pilot boat. Price POW.
A VALUABLE Canto FOB IaTEBPOOL.—The One ship
William P Storer, Captain Comery, cleared at thisport,
yesterday, for Liverpool, in Thayer at Warren's line of
packets. She has three decks, and is 1,478 toss regis
ter. lien cargo consists of 3411 bales brool, 017 bales
cotton, 890 bundles hides, 82 tons logwood, 140 tons
copper and Yellow metal, SO tons Audio. and 290 pack
ages wooden ware, the whole vetoed at $316,864. The
freight ishbout 212,500, and the ship is valued at $B5-
000 This In the most valuable cargo cleared at this
port, for Liverpool, during many montim.—[Boston pa
4:I.II , VSSTOS, Nov, 9.—The ship Nebraska will proven
total lose, es eho is working down in the quicksand. I
have sent the steamer Ncllpee to the ship J. W. Penni°,
and expect to get out all her cargo. Thore is no possi
bilityof saving mot% than the matirtala of the Nebraska,
The Fannin lie( in' a better poiltibb, and it is possible'
the ship may belayed, ~,
NEW YORK, November lb.—Arrived RIO Anna 11
• . wards, Edwards, Newborn, N 0 ; Henry May, Watson,
Georgetown. D 0
Cleared—Steamehipfihonma Swann, Post, Savromph;
ships A Stetson,.Bobinson, Mobile; Byeartlyo, Hilton,
Blew Orleans ; brig R Wright, Walter Baltimore;
ochre MaxallWlnters, Richmond ; Nonpareil, Willett,
St John, N 11
BOSTON, Nov:Di—The outer station reports barque
Argentine, Putnam, from Zanibar, going into Salem
this P M. Cleared—Ship Mary & Martha„liatch,
Trieste ' barques Young Greek, Harding, Sthyrna.via
Malta; Marcelo, William . A Blanchard, New, Orleans;
brigs Soother, Smith, Charleston; Frances Ellen, Mans.
field, Rockland; Mechanic, Mutton, Portland. Sailed
—Steamer Canada; ships R B Forbes; William F Storer,
Mary A Martha, 'Marathon; brigs Bliss, Isola, South;
ache Agate. Susan hall, A Sawyer.
ERNNEI3I3NCKPOAT, Nov. 18, A IM—Sailed ship
henry Clark, (new, of this port) Brown, Galveston.
111.(111LAND •LICIIIT, Nov. 18, 4 V M.—Passing in
brig Emblem; sobs hue Rich, S Curtis. Seraph, Gen Taylor, and 6 ache unknown. Passing out, sobs Ply
illattlAßTON, Nov 14-Balled ship S Common Preith,
Creighton, New Orleant.
PORTLAND, Nov. ehip Itervest, (new)
Loring, Reanebunk. Cleared, brig Pflegold, Loring,
CHARLESTON. Nov. 16—Arr, Span ship' Aurelia,
Amengnal, Barcelona; ship Isabella, Drew, Alexandria,
Va' barquo Savannah, Burke, New York; Span pol
Celia, Bertram, Matanzas. Old, Dr Behr Dread Not,
Mclienney, Nassau, (N F).
SAVANNAH, Non 16—Arr, steamship Westernport,
Berry, New York; ship Ocean Wave, Withard, Liver
pool,• echr A 0 Eldridge , Lowden, Boston. Old, Rehr
Walter Raleigh, Horton, New York.
MOBILE, Nov. 12—bleared—Ship Evelyn, Sawyer,
for Liverpool. Arrived—Ship. Sandusky, William,
Now York ; Danube, Coster, Salem ; brig Darien. Ste.
non, Boston ,• schooner Ann & Susan, Myers, New York.
18th, cleared—Damao Edwin, Nugent, Liverpottl. Ar
rived—Ship RO3OlllB, Cook, New York; barque Lucy
Frances, Jones, Boston ; Sp brig Esteban Alberto, Rub
Havana ,• schooners Republic, Cahoon, New York ;
Matron, Taylor, Havana. Outside, coming in—Br ship
Onward, Chinese, from Liverpool ; Roger Stewart, Tur
ner, New York ; Pelican State, Morse, New York; Es
sex, Ray, Boston.
NEW ORLEANS, Nov. 12.--Arr steamship Granada,
Griffin, New York via Havana; ships Richard Morse,
Dinsmore; Westminster, Womack, New York; Alice,
(new) Trott, Bath, Ito; Northland, Fumes, Liverpool;
James F Patton , Pattn. Bath, Me; Milton Horner,
Boston; Bremen barque Edmond, Wehman, Bremen, to
matter; barque Hebron, Sheppard, Bordeaux; schrs W
It Titcomb, ?dimming; Ella, Minor°, Rockland. Cld
Norwegian ship Protector, Stephenson, Liverpool; brig
Mary Elizabeth, McConnell, Havana; nobs Sister Kate,
Ferrer, Pensacola. Below ships South Carolina, Smith;
Memphis, Davis; W II Prescott, Batchelder, New York;
Nathan Henan, Pierce, Boston; brig Nahum Stetson,
Trenis, Havana. Towed to sea 10th but, ship Aesyria;
Ith Met, ship Danube.
ARRIVALS AT THE .PRINCIPAL HOTELS
Up to 12 o 'clock Last Night
CHUBB 1101I8E—011eatatit Street, below Ninth,
Inn W Carolina Mr Clymer, Reading
J , ll Wood & wf, Worcester L °Rummy, New York
J , Catnerest. Havana B Axton, Cleveland
W Temple & la, Smyrna. J M Briekhouse & la, Vs
Mien K Haynes, Virginia T A WHilams, N Carolina
I A Williams & la N C A Kirkland & 11,011%10=re
II It Warner, Baltimore 011 Darling, Boston
J 11 Cooper, New York It IS Spiller, Baltimore
Ii W Round. Baltimore A F Duuleavy, Baltimore
Joe B Bay, New York J W Young a la, bit Kisco
J T Carpenter Jcla; Mt Kisco J 0 Crane & is, N Jersey
Jno A Conover, New York Jas Getts, Baltimore
A It Walker, Baltimore F Sullivan, Baltimore
11 II Brown, Baltimore Mrs Jamar & de., Maryland
Miss Lyon Niktore, Md Miss P Ramsey, New York
W Selkirk, New York Prof Clotho% Na,, Orleans
Mr Purvis, Mobile , . Mrs Purvis!, Mobile
Miss Parris, Mobile Aug Schell, New York
11 Schoonmaker, New York W Atwater, Shamokin, Pa
It Ragland & In. 'Virginia bliss Ragland, Virginia
Miss Ragland, Virginia F Senting & la, New York
J J Dearbone, N Hampshire 8 8 Stapes & la, New York
0 9 Mitchell & la, N York Isaac Parker A la, N York
Bliss B Councilor, N York D D Curtis, Ohio
J Eckert, Pa W IV Hatboro, N Y
.1 0 II Frost, N Y B Webb, NY
Pothamus, N Y F Oechs & Brother, NY
IV D Storks , Bioko:load Wendell & wife, IVash'n
B F Dickinson, Vet 0 W McDowell, Moths
Si Seaton Sc vrife,Washing‘n 0 L Marshall, Cia, Ohio
W B Webb, Washington Edw Bnice, D 0
MBROLIANTS , HOTEL—Fourth at., below Arch
C Brown. Milton tl F Winter. heading
T Neefo '
Vs S dr. la. Val
Master 0 S Whitney, Cal Mica Whitney, Cal
hire Goodfellow & slater, Cal 3 W Fuller, Pa
T It Martin, Pa Ii If Ifophins N Y
W II Welsh, Pa F F Myatt, N
T M hicllllaney, Pa W A Legg, Boston
A R Brundage Wilkosbarre EIS Collings, Wilkesbarre
J B Stark, 'Wlikesitarre F E Halle, N Y
AMERICAN HOTEL--Ohestnut. below Bluth at.
D U Rennedy,.La Wm Rowland, Lancaster
Josh' Smith 4 la, Reading II Burr, rt Y .
Madam Lola Monter, N Y 0 Carter, hi D, Mass
W Gillespie, Mt Joy It P Utilise, N 13
T Peterson, N ..T Chas Thompson, N Y
Adam E Ring, Del Chas L rionnay, Del
C P Stone, Vs J II Borum. Vs
1.1 8 Charlton, Ya B II Ilendren, Va
Jot hi E Henderson, hid Miss hi E Henderson, Md
Jar Y Halley, Del Thos D Jackson. Del
M Griffin, N Y II A Billeoa N 17
J Robbins, N J
W Hawkins, Conn
O J Dougherty, Philo,
W W Berry, BeMinoru
UNION ROTEL—Arch street, below Fourth.
Renj Gorman, Del John D Pkiles Lancaster
Wm J O'Nelll,oincinnatl, 0 Alfred G 001 A la, Del
O II Weitzel, Pa 0 Porter, Va
blraLober, Del bliss Leber, Del
bliss Russell, Del Al' Smith, Pittaburgh
R S Thompson, Pittsburgh Alfred Price, Altoona
A F denim, Altoona J Stair, York, Pa
J A O'Neill, Pittsburgh Jl3 O'Neill, Pittsburgh
Frank Welds, Tamaqua Robt Radcliff, Tamaqua
O W Ibussett & la, D C J it Putnam, Roston
D O'Neill, Pittsburgh
NATIONAL HOTEL—Ake street, above Third.
Taft, Phila 'll 8 Levan, Lehigh Valley
A D Damn, PhDs II Bohmer, Pottsville
D Wilma; Lykenstown W Morgan, Pottsville
D A Frey & la, York, Pa J T James. Reading
E Baldwin, Montrose, Pa 0 W McMichael, Pa
Miss J Merrett, Montrose J Bonn, Banbury
J Body, Halifax, Pa Wm Major, Leesport, Pa
P Reber, Pa . .1 Noble, Jr, Pottsville
B Klopp. Pa 110 Harper, Pottsville
A Webber & la, Pa
STATES tiNlON—Harkot street. above Sixth.
St Londinger, Ohio II Kantfolt, York, Ps
IO J Hardy, Phits J W blurains, Wrnsport
K Critter N Y Swat Wtieou, Oval co, led
BLACK DEAR INN—Merchant street, bel. blftit.
Chas. Wightnian, Pa Bawl Mosel Phoenixville
VI Porter, Rochester L Beck & to, Chester co •
John Geat Lancaster co Isaac Stockton, Cheater co
Jos Loeb. Phoenixville Win Wollerton Ca
Win Everhart, Pa Win W Eavonson, Paoli
laalah Knauer, Pa Joe Eavenron, Paoli
Mtn Webster, Centro co Airs Potter Ceotro co
Mrs Good, Centre to Jas E Date,
Jan Zimmerman, Newton A W Bailey, Mentor co
hT liourbeer, Lancaster co M Unman, Lanaaster en
Edw Hayes, Pa > L Caswele & wife, Pa
BARLEY SLIDAP—Second, below Vine street,
G NV Gleason, Pa II Gilbert; Pa
C Bryan, Doylestown E Thornton, Abington
0 Thornton, Abington Theo Thornton, Abington
11' W Dettra, Pa Michael It Smith, Pa
Sydenham Walton, t'a T Robinsoo, Pa
I g Boozer, NJ • II P Bands, Pe
J Leatherman, Pa •I G Thomas, Pa
MADISON 1101I21—Secona street, above Market.
T It Harper, Del J 15' Wallace, Del
T W Evan", Heading D Y Collins & Cy, Mich
Miss J Sipple, Michigan II Cullen, Del
Watson, Now York.
BALD EAGLE HOTEL--Third atroet, atm. Callowhlll
LI Nothhelfor,Strandsburg E R Wambold, BellersTillo
Jacob Zopp, Laminaslo Aaron Latvia, N
John Buckley, Centre co
BLACK BEAR HOTEL—Third at., Om
A Mama% Feastervillo J !Nth, Surtmegtown
A Achey, Bo mnnytown J Kline, Biafora
Thomas Wolf, Danboro J Henninger, Groan Lane
S20,001:1 of the Nate' of the Think. of Penn.
sylranla will be taken at par for Gentlemen's Ready.
made Clothing, Wrappers, Shawls, Shirts, Drawers, Um.
Cloths, Casslimes, Vesting'', linallns, Canton
Flannels, &0., &0., wholesale and retail.
Mosaos & Co.,
511 Maion Street, between nth and Sixth, Market
and Chestnut, nol4-60
For Perfumed 'Breath, White Teeth, and
Beeutiful complexion, um '• halm of 1,000 Floweret'
For dressing Ladies' hair, uA4 i , Wocdiand Oream, a
new Polnade." It carts Gentlemen's heir beautifully.
W. P. FETRIDOS k CO., Propriotoni, N. Y.
Pot . sale by T B. Peterson, 800 Chestnut; Samuel
Blrnee, Twelfth and Chestnut; A. B.Burand, 718 Chest
nut; T. 11. Peters & Co., 710 Chestnut; 0•. U. Evans,
Olf t Book-store, 430 Chestnut; 0. 8. Hubbell, 1410
Chestnut; French, Richards, k Co., Tenth and Mar
ket; A. 11. Taylor, Ninth and Walnut; lle, Morrison,
Seventeenth and Chestnut; .W. Stones & Sons,
Eighteenth and Twenty-Second and Market; Edward
Ohrlatmann, 702, Chestnut; Thomas Lancaster, corner
Ebiventh and Walnut. nol2-ly
Choate, Notes, Drafts, Mlle Lading, BM Heade, 01r.
Carle, and all other Made of Job Prhell, at
?dote te bit the times, 0e1741
Bawer , * battle Cordial...4We lavaisabla
Qordial le prepared from a eariety at the meet choice and
efficient aromatics known in madielne, and is the most
perfect and reliable minati4 Waist for infants and
By its powerful Influence a speedy onre fa effected In
all canes of Cholla, Windy pains and emotes.% Bellew ,
and mitigatee mush of children's suffering durisgdentb.,
time or teething, and by Its soothing preffartieetraxo,
nullities pains of the bowsts , looseness, y?mitint,
The Infant Cordial has become a 'standard xemedY,
and has been need In thousands of cages with the moat
abundant imagoes. No family ahouldbe without it:,
Prepared only by Meer A. BoWICS,
At his Drug and Chewiest Store',
N. E. eerier of Sixth and (Freers ate. i .philadelphia.
To whom all orders must be addressed. Add for sals
by Druggists generally. ' $-ly
Notes of the Bank of Pehusy
AT PRICES TO OM THE TTHEIL -
THE ENTIRE STOOK
OF A WHOLESALE CLOTHING, upumb
will how Alanutaeturod expretudy for Fall Sales, ow be sold
AT 116 . TAIIL,
At greatly Reduced Fetter, for Coslt,
no7-tt At No, 1 MA, Finn fared
flank Notes of the
BY WM. U. RIOIIAIIDSON,
noll•Im No. 418 lit4sciti. knew:,
Seamen's Saying Fund—Office SO3 lifssillvlt
street, ono door Went of seoond Jared. .Becelres da•
posits In sums of One Dollar and nylvatds, froni all
claims of the community, and allow/ Intereet et t h e rate ,
of five per cent. per annum.
Moe open dully, from 0 until 5 (Mak, end on Von:
day and Saturday until 9 in the evening.. Ppulasat
Pranklih Pell . ; Treasurer, 0040 111.11torrlei Wm
tary, James 8. Pringle. ,
Cabinet Ware, and
QPPOBITE INIAIPRADENtiId SWAIM.
GEO. J. unintaws,
• 144 WALNUT Street,
0.12-8 m Late of 118 Chestnut Street
,• , •
Marini , ' lrsicidz- rive 'Per Oen!. %merest—Ws
tlonal Safety trust Oompany, WALNUT Street, eoulb
west COMM of Talon Street, Pnit.AostamiA. Open
daily till 7 o'clock, and on MONDAY and TIIIIIIIODAY'
&TeNINCri till 9 o'clock. Deposits received' and pay
ments made daily. Assets incited in BALL EOTATA,
MORTOAOSS, Gitoturn Rues, and other ffset.class amid
ties, as ' the charter directs. nob
S. C. Dewald, Commission Business In Coin.
menial paper and negotiations of loans, be WALNUT
ST., opposite tho llitehange, Philadelphia. nolo-2n
On Tumidity evening", 17th Instant, by Rev. T. A.
Fernty, HEINE Slttli ERN ILEINSIM, of Salem, N. J.
to LOUISA SUSANNA FORRINO, or this city.
On the 14th instant, Mr. GEORGE PURDY to Mitt
JANE WILSON, both or this cit
On the 14th instant, Mr. WILLIAM CRABTREE 49
Mira MARY RYLANDS.
On the oth Instant, at St. Paul, Minnesota, AM P 7,
NORTH., of tins city, In th e 80th year of his age.
Ills relatives and male friends are respectfully invited
to attend the funeral, from the residence of his father.
In-law, L. W. Glenn, No, 210 South Ninth street, below ,
Walnut, on Friday morning, MI inst., at 10 o'clock.
To proceed to the Woodlands Qoutetery. aol9-ROM
On the 18th 'natant, 011ARLES McEUEN.
Hie friends are Invited to attend hie funeral, on PO!
day, The 20th inst., at 3P. M. *
Qn the 18th instant, 11.181111 Y FORSYTH, In the 31ei
year o Lin age.
On the 17th instant, Mre. PIIEIitH BISHOP, aged all
On the 18th instant, Mrs. ROSE REMENTOR, in the
28th year of her age.
Suddenly, 'on the 18th Instant, Mrs. MARY MAX
WELL. aged 73 years.
On the 18th instant, SAMUEL JONES, in the abd .
yoar of his age.
On the 18th Instant, ItEDROOA WHAVRII, daughter
of the late Joseph Weaver, In the 27th year of bar age.
On the 18th Inst., Mr. JOHN MoDUYPIHJ, aged 41.
Oa the 17th tantaat,lloSA, wife of 011'011 Clark, in
the 60th year of her ego.
!TY - The Annual Address before the Soeleti
of the Alumni of the I.llthemlty of Penneylrunla, lOU_
be delivered by CIEORGYE DI. 'II/GARTON, Xeq , In the
College Gall, on MONDAY EVENING, November 284,
at 8 o'clock. ' -
°HARLIN E. LEX,
Z. POULSON DODSON, Committee,
no2o-3t* 0. H. HUTCHINSON,
iti• Notice.—The Directors of the Fifth
Want Democratic heading-Room, haring learned that:
certain unprincipled persons are collecting money for the.
use of the same, the Democratic citiaens of the Watd
are hereby Informed that no person or persons are, at
the present time, authorized to collect utoney for the
name. By order of the Board of Directors.
nol9 JO3. P. DURNEY, Seoretary.,-
BLANK WOKS AND STATIONERY:
DAVID M. 110CiAti, Blank Book ltlanufaetnisi,
Stationer and Printer No.loo WALNUT Street. Is
pared at all times to ' (andel, either from the iltelves
or make to order, Books of every description, suitable
for Banks. Public Oflices Merchants, and othere, of the
best quality of English or American Paper, and bound
in miens styles, in the moat substantial manner.
Orders for JOB PAINTING Of every deseription.-
Angraying and Lithographing executed with neatness
A general assortment of English, Preach and Amer:.
Concerning Mr. llogan , s courfbiltleti tO`the
Institute. the Committee say--A , This display of blank
books for banking and mercantile use is the best ht the
Exhibition. The seleotion of the material la good, the
workmanship most exeellent, and their lath and ap
pearance neat and appropriate. no2o-tf
TN THE ORPHANS' COURT FOR THE
COUNTY OP PUILAPELPUIA.
Trust of ELIZA. PURNELL, under the Will of Eli
A li Bowen, deceased.
The. Auditor appointed to audit, settle, and adjust the
account of SYDNEY W. BOWEN, Trnatee of Ittissi
Parnell, under the Will of Elijah Bowen deceased,
and to report distribution, will attend to the duties o f
his appointment on WEDNESDAY, the second day of
December, A D. 1857, at 4 o'clock P. M., at hi' °Sail,
No 271 South RUTH Street, below Prune, In the My
no2o-fourbt JOSEPH A. OLAY, Auditor:
FIVIIE PHILADELPHIA STEAMSHIP
Ja. DOCK COMPANY.—Notice is hereby given that
a Meeting of the Corporators of THE PHILADELPHIA
STEAMSHIP DOOR COMPANY will be bold at No.
828 North DELAWARE AVENUE, in the Otty of Ph&
adel phis, upon the twenty-eighth day of November, A.
D. 1857, at 12 o'clock. and that tbo Subscription Looks
to the Stock of the maid Company will then and there be
opened. (Signed) n0204t '
SAM% V. ?HERRICK, WM. DENNIS,
EDWARD G. JAMES, DAVID WOELPPER,
JOUR M. MITCHELL, A. HERON. Jr.
-ECONOMY IN GAS BILLS. - wiz
Ur beet Gaon Regulators ever offered for Pive Dol
lars. For sale by the WATERMAN GAS REGULA
no2o-1m 64Y2 OIIESTNUT Street.
FURS! FURS!! FURS!!! FURS I!!!
JOHN FAREIRA & CO.,
Importers, Manufacturers, and Dealers In
FOR LADIES AND CHILDREN.
Having manufactured an humus° Stock of .FURS,
with the expectation of doing our usual business, the
present pressure of the Dales, and cioinparative 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 also on band a largo and complete assort.
All of which will be sold et very
No. 818 MARKET St., bet, Eighth end Ninth,
n010.6w South side
FURS! FURS!! VRS!!!
REGARDLESS OS COST
CHAS. OARFORD A SON,.
No. Mt CHESTNUT NT.,
Are selling their
LARGE AND CAREFULLY SELECTED STOOK
AT PRICES TO SUIT TUE TINES.
We would advise our lady friends to aall immediately
and seem a bargain. nold•mwfr•St
I E. &B. SOJIELL'S
• OITY MARBLE WORKS AND STEAM MANTEL
8. E. CORNED OP TENTH AND VINE OMITS
Whore every variety of MARBLE MANTELS, TOMBS,
MONUMENTS, TABLE TOPS andWLOOttING, eau be
aupplied upon retain:table terms. au24,-tullten
WINCHESTER & SCOTT, GENTLE
MEN'S 'FURNISHING STORE, and PATENT
SHOULDER SEAM SHIRT MANUFACTORY, No. TN
CHESTNUT Street, above Eleventh street, Philadelhia.
The attention of Southern and Western Merchants, And
Stranger., is particularly invited to thin Improved out of
Shirt., the moot perfect affirm *Riede made. At whole
sato and retail, and made to order.
LION'S PURE OHIO CA TAW B A
Mani), is more Taluaele as a medicinal remedial
agent then the thousand quack nostrurus of the day
Lyon's Catawba Brandy renovates, renews and life
strengthens the system, aiding Digestion, dispelling
Flatulency end the cause of disease.
Carefully packed In boxes of I doton each for trans
portation. Price SL2S per bottle, with discount, to
dealers. Sole wholesale agents—
/MOIL 1110114111)8, & 00.
N. W. cor. Tenth and Market ate., Phila.
For sale by Horn, corner Third and Drown.
Zeigler & Smith, cor.flecend and Green.
Dugan, corner Third and South.
And Druggists and G mars generally.
The Sandbar hoc memenoed manufacturing ),le
MINCED 1 , 13142`,
which ho offers to hie oustonters In
L•AQI or BICILL QUANTITIIIS.
Moro through BLOOMS DISPATOR will be pito
tuany attoouted to.
nlB 2m d 81 , 111N4 (IARDEN and ORANSLIN rte
SAVING FUND.---UNITED STATES
TRUST COMPANY, corner of TIIIRD and MUT
Large and email sane received, and paid beak on de
mand, without notice, with PIVII PEA OENT INTlifSr
EST from the day of deposit to the day of withdrawal. -
°Moe hours, from until o'clock every day, and on
MONDAY EVENINGS from 7 until o'clock.
DRAFTS for aide on England, Ireland, and &Oland,
from .f.l upwards.
President—ATEPELEN B. orawironD.
TeIIer—JAAIRS R. MINTER. .01.1.0 f
SPIRITS TURPENTINE-200 bblo EOM e
Tompontine, to wive, for Haiti
orTh Water stmt.
;- : -40, 4 m.p 4 1,0044.vak 204 IsA7
Orn pa, lm:
THOS. N. EVANS & 00
large Consignment of
RICH AND SEASONABLE GOODS,
'lab, together with their own
,or the emu description or Simla, will be offered at a
THIRD BROIL TUE COST
Nos. 818 iu3d 820 CHESTNUT St
PENNSYLVANIA BANK NOTES
TAKEN AT PAR
FOR DRY CfIRODS.
The subscriber offers for a few days his satire stock
of goods at prices
WO SUIT THU TIMES,
and receive In payment notes of the Pennsylvania Bank.
This, to such es may have any of this doubtful paper
on hand, la offering • great inducement , at his stock is
one of the boat In the city.
Please give him an early °all.
It, P. .1011NBON,
no2o-1w 911 Market at., above Ninth, north side.
v 011MV.EN STODDART & DUO
Have now arranged, and for sale
Rich idyls BIM ROBES A QUILL'S.
" " " " VOLANT
4 , , POPLIN "
" MERINO $5
Rich Earls printed AIOUSSILIN DaLAINES, 87X,
40, 46 and 60.
Rich Paris printed Preach minuscia, 0244.
Bleb Perla Satin striped de. SIX.
Melee style onrcannr, PLAIDS, V .
Yana LIERINOBEI, On', 62X,70 and TO.
i 4 OARINERES, 62g.
BROOIIN LONG BRAWLS, $9, SIO, $ll and $l2.
EItENCIT BLANKET SHAWLS.
The above bare been purchased at the late Auction.
Bales In New York and Philadelphia, at greatly reduced
450, 452 and 454 N. SECOND Street,
ac 1945 &boy° 'Willow
• OURIVRN STODDART dr, BRO.,
have on band an extensivo Block of
PORNION AND DOMEBTIO BLANKETS,
Malt aca marked at
.GREATLY REDUCED PRIDES,
r 450, 452 and 454 N. SEQOND Street, .
n019.4t above Willow
CA RD . —WE WILL CONTINUE TO
sell our Stock of KNITTING ZISPIIVII for a
Short time longer, at the low price of 18% centa per
,ounce, and warrant Itfrosh Imported Goods.
Also, an assortment of
SUBLET RELIT ZEPIIVR,
At the lowest market price.
BLACK BALL FRINGE,
Good style, twelve and a half acute.
Together with oar usual assortment of Ladles' Areas
Irltumlny, Cloak Tunis, Bindings, La at the lowest
,col 6t N. W. nor. EIGHTH and CHERRY Ste,
(11.00DS FOR MEN . AND BOYS' - WIN:
OURW.EN STODDART BRO. -
?Ditto the attention of buyere to the extensive Stock of
'To ha found in thoir Warerootu, moat of whieb have
been purchased at tho late forced Auothan galm, at
greatly depreciated: pekoe.
Noe. 450, 466 and 464 N SNOOND Strout,
n019.41t above Willow.
TiJOS. W. EVANS h CO.,
820 CIIESI I NUT Street,
Will open TUTS AtORNING a large assortment or
• .YIIEIIOII GOODS,
JUB? BOUGHT AT TUE
GREAT AUCTION SALE IN NEW YORK.
Amongst them aro
nolg•St GREAT BARGAINS.
; NOTHER CHEAP LOT ALL-WOOL
BLANKETS AROHAMIJAULT, N. E,
edrnar of ELEVENTH and MARKET 6troole, will open
THIS MORNING 500 palm of extra alto hoary Twilled
,Elbbon-bound /ranch Blankets, at $1 60, $1 76, $2 60
..$ 2 16 4 3 'a, 1 2 60 , $ 4 , 85, $6, $7, and 48; also, 106
large-also Ouudortablea, at $1 76 and $2.
GREAT BARGAINS IN MIISLINS.
Yazd-wide Bear, Bbeetlog Muslim, at OAr , 9, o,loe.
'line Bhlrtlno, at 6,8, 10, sad 12%0.
Pillow-case Mettles, extra width, at lle.
Store for great , bargastui, N. E. corner ELEVENTH
and , 111AIHSET Streets. n018.4t
1J N G L I S H HOSIERY AND UNDER-
'liar° received as Invoice of a very desirable make—
' Womeri'm and blissee' COTTON , lIOSE.
, do. do. BALBRIGGAN 1103 E.
Men's long and halt ' do.
&um!. 'Viten* and Meshy) SHIRTS.
Bluth> Silk SKIRTS and DRAWERS.
AT ItIiDUOV.D retells.
4MIESTNUT and EIGHTH Ste,
IOPER & CONARD,
iiiiutacturor. or Fine .OLOPLI CLOAKS,
AND DNALNINI ZN
MEWS AND JAYS' WEAL
BLANKETS AND DOMESTICS,
SHAWLS AND DRESS GOODS.
la the Ibllowleg earned goode :
English Ohintnee, Wool Delainss,
Satinets, Union Oeelmeree,
Woollen Long Shawls. Brodie do.
. ;IN S. E. copse NINTH eat MARKET etc
N. D.—Fine ()looks made to order. Dalj additions
to the stock. nol6-410t
FANCY DRESS TRIMMINGS
WILL Da SOLD
REGARDLESS OT LOSSES,
DURING THE SEASON,
0i0813711 TO INCSSANI OUR
LIST OF ousToartns
END KEEP IN WINTER WORK
OUR. FACTORY OPERATIVES
W ANS BBLLINGI
ZEPEIY I / 8 , all colors, 17 cents per oz.
KEEL WILING EItIRTE 83.75 each.
TBENOR WONILING OOTTON, 17 cents per doz.
SHETLAND WOOL 10 etc por oz. '
J. G. MAXWELL & SON,
1020 CHESTNUT STREET,
n014.1w Eolow Eleventh
L. J. LEVY & 00.,
IN ANTICIPATION OP REMOVAL
Novi bolug eroded. for thou; in
hove determined, for a period of
To dispose of a largo amount of their Stock now In store
LOW PRICES FOR CASH.
They Invite the attention of the Publlo and their Cue
towers to one of the meet complete assortments of
STAPLE AND YANOY
To be found in this country, which will be disposed or
fur the period named, at such prices as will insure their
noll•tf NEXT TO TUE EUEITOR HOUSE
H EAVY BROWN COTtONS
One Thousand Bales
SDIRTLNUS, AND DRILLS,
LAMM= MANUFACTURING COMPANY,
JACKSON COMPANY, (INDIAN DEAD ' )
NASHUA MANUFACTURING COMPANY,
Of their various widths and styles, which are offered for
Ws for drat-class paporom
SIX MONTHS , CREDIT,
by the Agents of the Oornpanles,
ALFRED SLADE & CO.,
n04.1m 39 LETITIA STREET
GREAT SALE OF LADIES' CLOAKS.
A FURTHER REDUCTION IN PRICES
has been determined ou by the aubsttlbere, in con
lequence of the continued umlaute.
LOO MISSES , IiNGLISII 1111AYSIt MARS,
$2, formerly $3 50.
300 BUSSES , ENGLISH BEAVER CLOAKS,
$3 50, formerly 65 50.
250 SUPERIOR FRENCH BEAVER CLOAICS,
$5 to $B, cost to Import $7 to $lO each.
LONG BLACK BEAVER CIRCULARS,
$B, formerly $l2.
RTOII BLACK VELVET CLOAKS,
All 20 pas cent bulow cost or production,
.W. PROCTOR & CO ,
Successors to Goo. llulpin & Co.,
2mo d 700 CHESTNUT street
FIVE PER CENT. PREMIUM FO
Gem" Dowite will be received as oan DOLLAR AVD
►lrs 000T8 6141.011, lu payment few DOT COOPS, OD and
after thle day, at the Now Store, No. 1:123 litantet Wert,
between Ninth and Tenth, north aide.
Our stock la entirely new, and baring been purchased
at the present OWLAV 80001,100, can be /sold lower than
at any other store iu the city.
SAMUEL 8 11i18.8, No. 9.2;l24arket of ,
nol4.lw* North side, between Ninth and Tenth.
LADIES' DRESS TRIMMINGS,
AND KNITTING ZEPUYES.
NEW GOODS OPENED DAILY,
T. G. MAXWELL & BON.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BTOBEEI,
1028 CHESTNUT Street, four doors below Eleventh
And 818 8. BKOOND Bt., below Serino.
741.0 TORIES.—Nos. 96 and 97 GEORGE St.,
Tenth, and SECOND Street, near Union.
Orden Wade at a few holm' notion. ee22 emlf
JOHN B. STKYKE4, J R .,
Wholesale Dealer in
ADOTION DRY DOODEI.
N 0.12 DANK Street, Philadelphia. 0at1.203
(COYER SEED.-NOTICE TO PENN-
Iv SYLVANIA PAIIMERS AND STODERESPNRS.
The undetifigned aro aow prepared to purchase for
Muth, prime Ulover Seed of the now orop. Pennsylvania
atoreloopere and farmer!, by 'lending eamplee to our
addrees, can, at all times, ascertain the price at which
we are buying. Parties wishing samples, by which to
be governed al to quality, can have them sent by mall,
by addresolug m. .1. If (MASK er. CO,
1eu194.1 43 North Front, and 44 Water street/
ABRAM BLACK—ENORAVING,, DIE
sinking and Embossed Printing, Envelops and
Sul Press Manufactory, 87 Strawberry Street, between
&m end and TWA, ind Market and Oheitnut Street,
htladeipkta, Pk, • • an 1241
xki THOMAS & SONS,
Noe. isa - end 141 801/TH FOURTH 8111
(Formerly No. dt and 69.)
REAL ESTATE, ETOOKEI, &o.
Rahn° Salmi at the Philadelphia Exchange every
Er Handbille of ugh property leaned eeparatelY, In
addition to Which we publish on the Saturday previous
to each sale one thousand catalogues in pamphlet tom,
giving toil descriptions of all the property to be sold on
the following Tuesday. •
BALK AT THE AUCTION STOIIE-FRIDAY
NOTlO.E.—Thursday, next, being That:Anteing day,
our regular sale at the Auction Store Trill be held on
Friday morning, at 10 b'clock,
Kr YURNITUNII BATAS AT TIM AUCTION
BTORN every Thursday morning. . ..
REAL ESTATE AT PRIVATE SALE
, . .
"'•• Vie have s large hoaottut of Beal Estate it Pri
vet. grou t Including ovary deficription of gay and
country property. Printed Meta may be had at the
PRIVATE SALE REGISTER.
W 7 Rest Retate entered on our range Bala Re'
Oder, and adterrised occasionally In our Public Sale
Abstracts, (or which I,oooooptes are printed weekly,)
free of charge.
LIBRARY OP THE LATE ROBERT F. WALK( ' E.
OARD.—We wilt sell ma Tuesday end Woidimtday
evenings December Lit and 23, the valuable miscella
neous library of the late Robert F. Walsh, Esq., com
prising elegant editions of rare and valuable books. on
ljg" Oatsloguei with full particulars will be ready
three days previous to the day of sale, and the books
arranged for examination.
$l4 and 15
REAL ESTATE BALE—DECEMBER Ist.
Administrators , Sale—Estate of Richard Pusan, Deo'd,
formerly of Dr'.,l3hippen.
ELEGANT COUNTRY BRAT 'AND FAAM , ABOUT I
SIXTEEN MILES FROM MARKET STREET, AND
THREE FROM BRISTOL.
Our sale let December will include the valuable
country seat and farm, 187 sores, wi th superior Improve
ments, known as oFAßLEY, ,, altuate on the heights, on
the west side of Nesbamony Creek, between the Bridal'
turnpike and the Newport . road.
[Er Full particulars la handbills.
Orpheus" Court thde—Estate of William Lennon,
FRAME DWELLING, liar WARD.
Frame dwelling, north ads of Wood street,. between
Growl lane and Levering street, Twenty-first Wird.
Orphans' Court Sale—Estate of Lynch, stators.
TWO-STORY BRICK ROUSE.
Two-story brick house, Bards', court, between Tenth
and Eleventh street', below Locust.
NEAT IdOpERN RESIDENCE.
Also, neat modern residence, No. 158 North Fifteenth
street, above Arch street, finished with modern Improve
mente and conveniences.
TWO HANDSOME NEW RESIDENCES, Noe. 1809
AND 1023 DELANCT PLACE, BETWEEN EIGH
TEENTH AND NINETEENTIIAND SPRUCE AND
Too handsome new four-story brick residences with
three-story bock In:indium sod replete, with all the
modern Improvements sod cOnvenlence • They will be
sold separately. Immediate possession..
THREE VALUABLE LOTS, WALNUT STREET,
Three valuable lots, Welnut street, end of Margo
'etts street—each 80 feet front, 220 feet deep to York
mired. Clear of all Incumbrance.
Administrators' Peremptory Sale.
A THREE-STORY DRIOK' DWELLING, TWENTY
Also, • three-dory brick dwelling, Twenty-first
street, below Hamilton street.
THREE-STORY BRICK STORE AND DWELLING.
Throfe.story brick store and dwelling, Ridge avenue,
below Oxford street.
TWO-STORY BRICK DWELLING.
Two-story brick dwelling, Oolumbis avenue, test of
Ridge avenue. •-
PEREMPTORY SALE.—THREE GROUND RENTS.
Three ground rents—one of $l2O, one of $3B, end one
of $3O per annum.
Executor's Peremptory Sale—Estate of Charlotte
' TWO-STORY BRICK DwlLuxa.
Two•itory brick dwelling, with back-buildings, west
ride St. /oho street, above Noble street.
GROUND RENT—SIO2 ANEAR.
A well secured ready gcOund rent of $1(12 ayea; on
property Delaware Prout and Water streets, between
Vinis and (lallowhlll streets. Bale absolute.
THREE-STORY BEIGE DWELLING,
Three4tory brisk dwelling, No 1017 Vernon street,
between Tenth and Eleventh, and Parrish and Brown
LOT OP GROUND
Lot of Ground southwest cornor of Columbia avenue
and Twenty-seventh street.
TIIREE4TORY PRICK DWELLING.
Three-story briar dwelling, No. 1152 Passytink road,
above Federal street.
Sale at No. 1725 Arch street.
SUPERIOR FURNITURE, VELVET CARPETS,
MIRRORS, OIL °LOUIS, &c.,
20th instant, at 10 o'clock, by astalogue, at No. 1725
Arch street (above Seventeeath), the entire superior
furniture, &c., all made to order, and been but little
E(7 - May be examined at II o'clock on the morning or
SALE OF NEW 31ED1OAL BOOKS.
On Saturday Evening,
Nov. 21, at the auction store. Nos. /39 and 141 South
Fourth street, an assortment of valuable medical books.
ay" For particulars see cataloguer and the books,
_which will be arranged on Saturday morning.
Sale at No. 1612 Walnut Street
FASHIONABLE FURNITURE, SPLENDID ERARD
GRAND PIANO. LAME FRENCH PLA.T.F. MAN
TEL AND PIER MIRRORS, ELEGANT CURTAINS,
CHANDELIERS. CARPETS, ORMO L II WALt.
BRACKETS, BOOK-CASES, &0., Ac. •
On Wednesday Morning,
25th 'natant, at 10 o'clock, by catalogue, at No. 1612
Walnut adreet ((west of Sixteenth street), the fashiora
ble furniture, Erard piano torte, micron, carpets,
fac., of a lady removing to'the country.
)3' Null particulars in catalogues. May be examined
the day previous to sale from 11 to 3 o'clock.
Sale In Camden, N. J.
110IISEIIOLD PURNITURE, DEN AND BEDDING,
CARPETS, CHINA, Jac.
On Monday Morning,
30th instant, at 10 o'clock, at the southwest corner of
Second and Market streets, Camden, New Jersey, the
household furniture, feather beds and bedding, carpets,
china, tke.,"Of I lady declining housekeeping
111 May be examined at S o'clock on the morning of
Sate )103. UM and 141 South !milk Stress
SUPERIOR FURNITURE, PINE MIRRORS, ERE.
GANT PIANO-TORTE, VELVET CARPETS, &o.
On Friday Morning,
At 10 o'clock, at the Auction Stone, an extensive as
sortment of household furniture , mi cron, piano-fortes,
fine carpets, &c., from families declining housekeeping.
AT PRIVATE BALI
Shared in the Academy of Maio ; Point Preece Park;
Philadelphia and Mercantile Libraries ; Atheareura.&o.
‘ATOLBERT & SCOTT, AUCTIONEERS
V V AND COMMISSION AIERCIIA NTS, 4SI OUST.
NUT Street, °peva° the Custom Row, between
Fourth and Wirth Streets.
SPECIAL SALE OF FURS.
On Monday morning,
23d instant, commencing at 10,N o'clock precloely we
will sell, without reserve, a large and valuable consign
ment of fashionably made furs for ladles', gents' and
misses wear, consisting of raiment, carriage rapes, muffs,
victorines, peleriues, gloves, caps, cuffs, made of
Siberian squirrel, myna, sable, atone martin, litchi
ermine, chinchllll, swan's down, km
IV- - The whole will be arranged (or exmination, with
cataltigues, early on the 'morning of sale, when the Is.
dies and gentlemen of this city are respectfully Invited
OFFICE OF THE IN tEPENDENT MII.
TUAL INSURANCE COMPANY. Notice Is
hereby given that in accordance with the provisions of
the Art of lucorporation, an election for fifteen persons,
to serve as Directors of the Independent Mutual Insu
rance Company, until the first day of December, 108,
or until their successors are legally chosen, will be
held at the °Glee of the Company, No. 228 WALNUT
Street, on TUESDAY, the first day of December, 1851,
between the Lours of 10 A. M. and 1 P M.
11020-taut D. tl. MoGINLEY, Secretary.
COMMONWEALTH FIRE INSURANCE
OOMPAHY, 01, TRH EITATI. OP PENNBYLVA
NIA.—Office, N. W. Corner INTIRTII, and WALNUT
Streets, Pbiladsipbm. Subscribed Capital, $500,000.
Paid i np capital. 5200.000.
DAVID JAYNE, M. D., President.
THOMAS S. STHWAST, Vise Presit.
Lutist B. Moon, dectstaxy. • aul-1y
etIRARD EIRE AND 'MARINE INSUR-
Iug ANON COMPANY, PHILADKLPHIA—OtiIee,
SO2 WALNUT street, West of THIRD.
o FMK RISKS ONLY
Wm. M. Swain, Jer. Walker,
Johp Anapselt, Jr., Juo. MoOlure,
Li. .N. Burroughs, The. Craven,
J. D. Hughes, A. B. Gillett,
Y. D. Sherman, Forman Bbeppard,
Wm. P. Hooker, Bawl. Jones, M.D.,
J. P. Steiner, Joeepll Klapp, AL P.
11. A. Shackelford,
Hon. JOP.I. JONNB, President.
Hon. G. W. WOODWARD, Vice President.
Jon. B. MoMoLLIN, Beoretari.
Jauaa B. Amman, Assistant Secretary. not-3m.if
SCULL, CAMBLOS, & CO.,
No. 35 South Third Street.
The highest premium paid for
NEW YORK EXCHANGE.
Uneurrent Funds bought and sold. ,
Stocks bought and sold on 000nnissiou 4 only. nolo-21n*
12W. TINGLEY & CO., BANKERS
. No. 97 South TIIIHD Street, Philadelphia.
COLLECTIONS promptly made on all accessible polnta
In the United States and Canada.
Stooka, Monde, Ice., Bought and Sold on Commission.
Unourrent Bank Notes, Choral, Ica., bought at the
Depoalts racolved and Interest alloyed, as per wee•
meet aor 2-9 m
At the Annual Election, h
ing named gentlemen were
ensuing your :
MCNABB I) WOOD, 1
I,t ABSII MILL,
And et tbn meeting of th
this day, THOMAS ROBIN
CITY COMMISSIONERS' OFFICE,
PHILADELPHIA, Nur. 3, 1857.
NOTICE —The Board of Barbieri .111 meet et this
Office on the following manned days, from 10 o'clock
M" WWI,. o'clock 61.
let and 24 Wards ou I%.onday, November 9, 1857.
3d 4th Monday, 10, n
6th oth " Weduesilay, " 11,
7th Bth " Thursday, " 72,
9th 10th FrWay, " 17,
11th 12th " Saturday, 14,
13th 14th " Monday, 18,
16th 16th Tuesday, " 17,
1711, 18th " Wednesday, 0 Ig. gi
19th 20th Thursday, is 19:
21st 2=d" /Friday, 0 20 , ls
2341 2411/ " Saturday, " 21,
The Animation of the severelWania will be particular
In attending upon the clam of the meeting of their
aHonctz at. MILL,
JAMES M. LISDSY, Board of
JAMES LOGAN, Itetialon.
FETHR A MiIIiRUSTEII,
'NOTICE TO CONSIGNEES. Thu chip
PHILADELPHIA, Captain Pool, from Liverpool,
le now ready to discharge at Shippen street wharf. Con_
eignees will pleaso deliver their permits to the Cullom
house ofPcor on board. All geode not permited In five
days will be isept to public store.
nOlO THOMAS BIOLIA/SIMON as Co.
ems, November 17, 1857.
geld yesterday, the lotto.,
elected Directora for the
SAMUEL F. SMITH,
JOHN W. CLAUIIOItN
LEWIS It ASIIIIUIIST
Doan] of Directors, held
, Egg , waa unanimously
n. COMEGYA, Cashier
a 1 bg
TAXES A. FREEMAN,` ATTOTIONEER,
NO. ON WALNUT IMPRINT, above. FOTTRTN.
OAND—NALN OF LIOIIIINIIOLD 7UNNITIISH—.II3N3-
Ei:r We big leave to inform the public that we hold
our regular weekly sales of Furniture every Tuesday, at
our aekolous HALES ROOM, NO. 422 WALNUT
STREET, where every possible attention is given to ob.
tain the highest prices for the goods of those who may
favor as stithtonsigamenta. Families having portions of
their fury/lore to dispose of, or those declining house
keeping and not wishing sales at their own dwellinm,
eau have their furniture CAREFULLY REMOVED TO
OUR SALES BOOM, WHERE THEY WILL REALILE
NETTER PRICES FOR THEIR FURNITURE THAN
THEY OAN OBTAIN FROM ANY OP THE rUltra.
TORT DEALERS OR ANY OTHER AUOTION STOBiI
IN THE OITY.
- - .
tEr Persons favoring 1111 with constgumstate can rase
assured if:mitt:m.lr property will Dope sacrificed.
Ei Oommieslons more moderate than those charged
by auy other Auction Route in the city.
Ceuelgoments respectfully solicited.
Bales paid immediately after the goods Ire Sold.
REAL ESTATE SALE, DECEMBER DI, 1837
This sale at the Exchange, on Wednesday erecting,
December 2,1357, at 7 o'clock, will include_
Orptlm' Court Sete—Estate of 14a.m.k.linors.
PROPERTY, HAltltiEll STREET.
A two-story brick house and lot of ground, on Use
south Addeo( Mariner street, e 6 feet west of Thirteenth
street, 18 feet front, 47 feet 1 inch deep. 731 ground
. • ....
A Printing 01Ice, with a good run of best
nese, fourprintingpresses, two Ruggles end one Adams
Type and everything necessary for the business. Apply
at the Auction Store.
MOSES NATHAN S, AIIOTIONEER
AND COMMISSION MIHOHANT, S. B. Dome:
SIXTH ow 4 BAWL Streets.
AT" PRIVATE SALE--Hold and ether patent lever,
Lapin*, Ragßah, Swine, and !reach watches, jewelry,
of every description, musical Instruments, An, An.
AT PRIVATE BALE—Arranged on second BOOT,
household furniture, of every deseriptiop, beds, Mat
tremolo, carpeting, looking glnsses, fancy articles, An.,
tee , &a. „ •
Out-door sales attended to personally by the Auetioa
eer. Charges very low. Consignments of fornitmw
clothing, jewelry, fps., fbe solletteAL
RATEIAN'EPRINCIPAL LOAN OIFIOR,
O. R. Corner of Bintb and Race Streets,
Where money will be loaned on gold and silver plate
Watches, Jewelry, Diamonds, Clothing, Dry Ooodi,
Groceries, Remus, lierdware, Cutlery, furniture Bed
ding, Horses, Vehicles, Ramses, Stocks, and ort a l t at.
tides of value for any length of time agreed an, enamors
eatletaatory end liberal tenni than at any Other estab
lishment. ILL . NATHANS,
NOTICE —All goods fortelted at Nalhages bean
Deice, d. E. corner of dixth end Race streets, will be
sold at pall& suction, on Tuesday morning, 24th of
November, at 10 o'clock, artleu dapositon um mallow,
Novato, and pay charges, and renew their certificates.
Moses Nathan, S. R. corner or Sixth and Race streets.
NATRANS'S ORRAT RALB OgRORPEITED ROOM,
Wilt tate place . .
On Tuesday Morning,
November 24th, at Id o'clock, At Magee Nathan's
Auction Store, B. R. corner of Sixth and Race streets,
In the aecond-stroy room--entrance from Race street.
It will embrace the largest assortment of goods ever
offered at public Auction, codsprising a large at.d gene
ral assortment of superfine overcoats, Raglans, taimas,
these and frock coats, business eoaPi, pasts, vests,
handkerchiefs, boots, shoes, umbrellas shins, dry
goods, coats, 'pants, and veld patterns, silk, iguihnt•re i
merino, debage, delaine and chintz dresses and droll
patterns, ladies' end childreu'a gaiters, boots end
those, gums, silk velvet, silk, merino, and cloth elks,
Wow, capes, basques, mautlllas, superfine bro&e,
crape, silk, &tells, plaid woollen, merino, and other
shekels, parasols, bedspreads; quilts, comfortable',
blankets, sheets, pillow-cases, curtains, books, steel
skates, pistols, travelling-trunks, valises, furniture,
cooking-stoves , end -irone, musical instrument', and
elegant silver-plated tea-set, china, glade and crockei7
warp, cigars, daguerreotype camera, complete, with
fixtures, microscopes surveyor ' s Instruments, made by
Knox & Shelf, paint ings paintings engravings,' looking-glasses,
and thousand other Articles.
WEBB'S great lisle of forfeited Watches, Jewelry,
Guns, Pistols, hinsleal Instruments; .ko., willtakeplisee
shortly. lhie notice will be given.
WEBB% great sale of Dry Goods, Clothing, Bedding,
&a., being forfeited collateral", will take place shortly
Due notice will he given.
AT MUTATE BALE, AT HALT THE usuAL
SELLING 213.10.122.—D0utt1e-bottomed and Inearting
case. gold patent lever watches, of the moat ap
proved makes; hunting use and open face gold escape
ment lever and lepine watches. fail jeweled - ; fine gold
enameled lever end lepton watches for ladies'i 'gold
jewelry of every description; 'Um lever sad lepine
watches, in bunting eases and open face; silver Buglish,
Swim, and French watches; a general assortment of flu ,
'glare, beds, mattress**, mirrors. Am
OCT-DO.OB BALES BOLIOITED, andohargen to Suit
the times, row.
Consignments of every description of goods solicited
for public or private ale.
MONEY ADVANCED on all and every kind of goods,
for public or private rude, or to be held for it limited
time. Charges low.
QASLITEL NATHAN'S, AIIO,TIONSER,
1..7 and , MONEY LOAN 07/10.1i, No. 112 South
WIND Street, bolo* Walnut, oppoelte Pear et., only
efgbt doom beton' the Exchange.
Ileum of busineee from 1 o'clock, A. X., until. 10
o'clock in the evening.
Outdoor ulee, and MHO at the Auction Hosea, at
tended upon the most eatiefactou term.
Estae/ishafer the last Thirty Years.
Adeancea made from ono dollar to thousands on Dia
moods, Silver Plate, Watehee, Jewelry, Hardware, Her
chandJse, Clothing, Ynnil rare, Bedding, Cigars, Mnaleal
Imtminenta, Omni, Home, Garrieges, and.Ocrods of
AU goods can remain any length of time agreed
Meanest, fr om one hundred dollars and zmwanie
will be charged 2 per cent, per month; MOO and over,
the lowest market rate.
This Stem House having • depth of 120 feet, butane
fire and tldef•proof vaults to store all valuable*, and pri
vats watchmen for the premises • also, a hoary non
recce effected for the benefit of odpersons having goods
N. 11.—on immune of having an unlimited capital,
this office le prepared to make advances on more satin
factory and ammamaodetlng terms than may other la
Money advanced to the poor, in email amounts, with
oat any chirp.
AT PRIVATE ®ALL.
Gold Patent Lever and other Watolaa, Iranhi, sod
Glothing will be sold at redueed prim. eel
irIEORGE W. SMITH, ATTOTIOHESH
VII N. N. corner of BARRON suid SOUTH Ettreets
BAUR RPM SATURDAY inrimmt,
At o'clock, at the Auction Store, of Hardware, Cot
buy, Housekeeping Articles, Olothuig, Watches, Jewel
ry, Fancy. Articles, km.
GRAN D MUSICAL ENTERTAIN
MENTS By DODWORTIVB BAND, of New
York, (or the BENEFIT of the NA,TIONAL GUARD,
at their NEW HALL, RACE STREET, below SIXTH,
every comnienclog at 3 and 7 , v, o'clock.
AFTERNOON AND EVENING TRIB WEEK
Tickets 25 cents each. To to be bed of any member
of the Company, or at the principal Hotels and Music
PROGRAMMt FOR FRIDAI
1. Overtura, c , Der Freiachnetso
2. Duet, from Travinte" Verdi
Performed on Cornet and Tenor Bbor•Corno by Her
vey B Bodworth and D. L. Downing, seemnpanind
by the Cornet Bead.
3. Grand 8010 for the Clarionet,
Thema et 'Variation'' , Boehm
lI , DWARD 11000Nr.
4. Quadrille, " Evening Bella' , II B Bodwo.th
Solos for Bell-liormoninn, Flageoleote, Flute. CM
rionstte, Oboe and Cornet by T, 7. Dothworth, O.
Ritter, 11, Tiningtou, E. Boehm, IL aoertleumyer,
and J. U. Major.
5. Sacred Choral, 4, Rest Spirit, Rest" Rooke
6. Polka De Caprice,
Echoes of the White Bloontains".... A. Dolworth
Cornet Obligato 11. D. Dodworth
1. Fantasia, from " 11 Trorstore" V
Introducing the • 4 Anvil Chorus." Stride le
• Vamp," Slal Iteggendo,"..le.
2 Aria, from " La Farorlts—Spirito Gentile—Donizett
Performed on the Vie/Innen°, by '
11000 Y LIIHDB.
3. Qrand ll'altz, ~ Kroll's ilalklange"
4. Quartette, from "Rigoletto," •
t‘ Pieta del Amour" Nandi
Performed on two Cornets—Tenor and Bass—Lbor-
Corno, by 11, B. Dodworth, J. U. Major, D. L,
Downing, and P Deep •
6. Quadrille, "Grove Songsters" 11. B. Dodworth
6. " Medley Quickstep" D. L Dolan;
, Anne Lourle," "Willie we have miesed vou,"
novSALItIt HARVEY It DODWORTII, Dtrector.
IipIEATLEI". 4 ARCH NT. THEATRE.
—SOLE LESSEF, W. WI/EATLEY.
BENEFIT OF MR DAVENPORT.
• VEILS (Friday) EVENING, Nov-20th, 1857.
Will be presented
ILTRICIIELIELT ; OR, THE CONSPIRACY...a
Cardinal Richelieu, (let 14130).... Mr. E: L. Davenport.
Julie De Idortetuar Slre E, L.Davenport.
TIME TRIES ALL; 011, A LESSON FOR LOVERS,
Mr. Leeson Mr. Thayer.
Laura Leeson Mts. D. P. Rowers.
SCALE or Pnloaa.—Boxes. 25 route; Secured Rats,
38; Orchestra Stalls, 50 cents Seats in Private Bocce.
75 cents; Gallery, 23 coo ts; Gancry for Colored
Persons ; 25 cents; Private Box in Gallery for Colored
Persons, 38 cents.
Box °thee open (rpm 10 A. M. until S.P. 31. Doors
will open at 6i o'clock; performance to commence at
John Seftoh. Mr .
—Drees C ircle and areteite,
cents; Upper Circle, 35 cents; Secured Seats, 31,4 cents;
Private *lox and Orchestra Seats, flO cents.
Box Office open from B o'clock A. NI. to tel P.M. boors
open at Ox, o'clock; performance to commence at 7,
FAREWELL lIENE PIT OF MR. OIIANI'IIAII.
THIS (Friday) EVENING. Noy. 3oth, 1637,
Will be performed
MODEL OP A WIPE.
Pygmalion Bonnefot Mr. Ohanfrau
((LANCE AT NEW YORK.
Mose, the Great Fire Roy Ur. Chaufrau.
Caruin Mr. Chanfran
DUMB BIEL OF IJENOA
Strapado Mr. Ohaufrau
(STATION AL THEATRE, WALNUT ST.,
THIS (Friday) EVENING. Nov. 2Oth,
Will be presented
ETHIOPIAN MINSTRELSY AND DANCING.
Luerezia Borgia 5111 s C.
LIFE ON THE MISSISSIPPI.
NOTICE—In order to bring this great entertainment
within the reach of all, the inanager would respectfully
announce that the prize of admis ton has been fixed, to
all Pertv of the holm, at TWENTY-FIVE CENTS
ONLY. Doors open at 7 ; Curtain rises at half past 7
precisely, S. E. HARRIS,
Sole Lessee and Manager.
iiiYi‘Oltp' s OPERA HOUSE—
ILEVENTIL Street, above Chestnut.
ETHIOPIAN PERFORMANCES THIS EVENING.
Ethiopian Life Illustrated by Sanford's Troupe of
Stare—Now Dances by the Sanford Children
Doom open at 1 o'clock—to commence quarter before
To conelnde with
A LAUGHABLE AFTERPIECIL
Admittance 25 oents.
CALEB S. WRIGHT,
SAVA to Democratic rube
ALDIMIAN GEORGE MOORE,
Subject to Democratic Rules. D07.3m
JAMES G. GIBSON,
Subject to Democratic Retell. noB.3m*
F OR SHERIFF,
EDWARD T. MOTT ;
• TWELFTH WARD
BIIIIIIOT TO I,IIIOOBATIO 16L111, calls.2ta.
MANI LL A. ROPE.—SUPERIOR MA
NILLA norm, Irointifactured raid for sale by
WEAVER, VITLRR & 00.,
2E24 No. SIP. Wit* e 9., east 29 11,'Wbarrot
.rrEgGONG j'APICE, -
OONG Aoli -10 ,A. of
of Te a T F Ida ditiandialL *
awns too AMIDST, saint astagabs t iQdz.
r.nm those who a r0V 1 14111,...h501i, VIM
will meet oft the 1314 M SI sdati Detriciber, whet
I shell • Oro Idearoatukpe- f
pers. They leire 'Pea or long, test' roost
public monhim* thAtt sibirocfilr, mod thkeloto I dodos
it needleu to tire a mint. earomat of th e kind of
matter they will "
Toe Deur (Moan wa; ode** *owl or the Dip
bytes In both branches of Cowes, Id tells daub,
reporters equal, at leork E to.e.a. oval. of slat lirred
writers in Olt, or in any other colh=toNioriti of
them etch, ho able !Oradell, 'too thou+•
and word* a lour, white tbe.motyp plusher steads
apoketrhy aura n.millusuricatyaoserla eieroothitaag
are tinndrediroca an hgor. Of a
day do not make sues IdliiHt fortyootillard, !bey AIM
appear to tho DOLT 010111 Of ONerlftt#trabeirs tritkJt
Win contain, also, the Saws of the Lay,W ith
such editorial articled as may be , by Pimall
It is also my intent:toe. from time is tlnekiesosawalssa
may reqnire, to publish tembrimaroom of the
men with whom I ham been 'associated doping lad
twenty-eight years. Anecdotes of Geeing Jar/teem,
and the Medan of the party which he emanated. sad
the leading men of other parties, Intl, I lodise*. bla tr
tereating now when partisan letterame het abated.
In becoming the reporter of the debates of Coagress,
I deemed it proper to say that the ilium' erewhid sever
be a partisan paper... This pledge ails net be Welted
by irdrodoerog as a coat rlboUa the 120AZ1221
trots Of C101122(419412124124140404 the public rued
or my time. 'Although I am, and fatted to remain, a
theme& Ilemorritilaidll DPW obtrude me principles
inn way to make them obankirees to asT Pear. Bas is
regard to persons and events which go to make op lair
tory, r hope to make the atom *tabooed mentotr ;
awl with that dew I inhicembedte speak ladepaudeut
ly of all parties.
Till C01GH2521021L Mass Aso_Arriatorc will eon
tain report of all the Debited Cs c ' the ,the M of the nt of the
United Sates, the antsy TispOded the Haig of the
P.tarntirs Depertantats,, tire Eaters psuepd cheap the
session, and copious Laderee %Alb They will to pine
ed on a doable mai ins} le bitch Sono, royalquarto
else, each number cordatelag abbey pilled The whole
!Ili make, it is believed, berwean 3,loesed TAO pages,
is the long iassiona for many ram Mama reseed
between them bombers, and the 2222 Si ':1042 will be
what is tamed • ‘• keg hoe." Ms, I believe sa the
cheeped work ever soil to u l ;. coontry Whether re.
print, or printed from man eacy, dors
the override number of words the long einoe
theyear MS. The aceistMeumber of peril Is Shl6,
mel the average somber Of works one page is 2.307,
conaestmently the average. number o f words of a long
seasiOn it1f,511,713. As I late add to mascribers that
somber of Words for sir 61111714 it follows that they
hove pith test - thast Hr sad cital_sfer *wry
100,01 wards I Sam famished.ti RUM I hare
paid my er a KU for erery_g,M areal*, ef this
work, i s nuscript. Bee any other bookseller, any
where, ever sold s bosh in the then herbrace, while it
was new, at Ro lOW* Mill± nudists net; sada° stroog
is toy belief,. Met I Orb, wok tostro to any person
irto ahead pro,* Om contrary s complete set of the de .
tearohning beek lOU year MAW kitty-three
uarto eolturise,sett reel* thgatee. As set of
Lemmas authorises theme papers toga by melt free or
postage. Tie neat tiession. - •will. be, withoektihrelA., as
unosnally interesting 02e. be under a
new Administration, Mad oomph% rosette=
matt be discerned it it; Mr etsompha.the currency,
/0111922, manna, and Other qmoitiona. The Grose will
be, as beretefor_ _ the only sound froMithich full de
bates can be ohtdoec •
THUS: ' .
Per a copf of the Dame (11422 0211171.2 r $lO 00
per a copy of the DAILY 61.041 5Z.12221h2. 5 00
yew Copt of the DAILY Oboes dating the aw
alto. 3 - 500
Tor s copy of thaposcOstumwmAeSitanis ano
PEZDIX, and the lips paned dew* the Lied= 00
Bank' noteii; torrent Id the mellow Of the country
where a fidwerToreirelideirleill bifeedieed atpar. The
boi• or tery pert of enbierription May be remittedyesta'vr atampe.which to pulerabltlearay currency,
A pages WIDOW be riot atilteltiieltaltostscoompa.
des the older for,ft.r2e ..;2!
/ =not edlotd ehthange with tattle
that desire the Gaols ; bat I 1ii. 1 .4404t _
_ ll :aattir
(Mehl during the minion to ill Wfiliallhtilela this
prospectus three timer before dog* Plesdaytrtnext
lacemitstr. Thoitachrasper pubildrielsohlimpal their
Ps9efs mural .444 ti)1,0..521,20;24 11Pat . 111122et
attenflon to it. - Val C, Tza r
1 ' Itraismecrow, °doter
son 000 '4r* THEN TIM
be tarDg a t face •e: _
15 . !• 111 . 1.1 1A-WatritB, .
Vestinp, Magda; hum! uta*rellamiteiallemen's
Wrap Ors, Bbi i.Shutt, Dratllf, N,01140: Glom
end Cravats. Mao— - - ' -
Gottaufnes AzAin istABB-OLOTRINEt,
A largo consignment of wittat.tualsokbou,...maaved.,
comprising splodditt assortmoot ot" Itaglasitahin=
Sitek.A, Dr* m* and Trodtltititti; Idtilito," -
and Yooto, to be eicgri ant. Imolai& ristill;at 111
MINOR Street, teen II Illakot iM
Impostors, Jobtorrsult " - `lt=s.
N. B itttlottodied attanoirtoods.
Dlft4t* ' -t "
SALS .A.BSOMME.-1,01711r RANO, No.
itea AZAISKIT Btieetfeeesatdocendkve
offers bia entirtifiterk testroakte
at balf price,
Sine Sem Wrack eat' 45 40 46. 50 11 50
Seaver Back Overatatia.:: " 500 •If 00 TBB
Beans Banana Costa.-•` 8-00 -8 00 00
New ety,le Raglan C0ate.. ,, ...
- 00 AO 900
1.000 Brows London Beimtteota.: b 00 ,wortis 11 00
Fins Black and Danny Can. Plata— 175' t 3 75
I aninoir weed torrell thcentire Stock ea account
of come peenalasj disozudances. ThismotSen is pool.
tire, add not like s goat veiny Okra to sell at coat;
but I am obliged to 541 and eikeedt at err
price rather than be sold.' nocateneesit 'I A. 51
tin 9 S-,92., 24144.VAt041-tlo.44takattrr
second door above lieventk- aslB.6t
SSAA P.& S BMWS- AND BOYS'
WITHIN% 10 Noe% NOM= Abed, behrs4
*tele - litotattrants.
MAIM rournr smut
ati24-tr NoXIBBSA BON S, Psonuareata
, - Forts . va
-AROR - STREET - SALOONS,
- - end irss ARCH STREET ,
I* the lidies, at well as to Alta whole pahlle, them
Saloons are the west ittikselles In the City, and In
splendor of dammed aid thdah 'are nepotism to any in
this country. • '
BREAKFASTS, DINNERS, AND SUPPERS,
Served op In the choicest and most erpeditkas ati le.
Every variety of
FANCY AND ORNAMENTAL CONTECTIONERY,
FRUIT OP ALL 'KINDS,
10E CREAMS, JELLIES, OAKS, AND OYSTERS,
Constantly ready for Tinter' In prehudon.
FLATS, 1a,N01", AND OnitAXIINTAL
CANES AND PIES QP EVERY DESCRIPTION.
NEW TORE TEA BISCUIT,
AM, in feat, all the VARIETIES, LUXURIES, and
DELICACIES or every clime and country.
BALLS, PRIVATE PARTIES, Pam:station Sappers,
aid Families supplied at the shortest nottee and on
OPEN ON SUNDAY AFTERNOONS AND EVENINGS.
A eontinuarierigf the patronage hitherto so liberally
bestowed by the public is respectfally solicited_
nil y R. B JONES, Proprietor.
SON, Wild Ducks, Turkeys. Geese, Grease, !reek
Salmon, Chtnestique, Opßrachium', Princess Bey. [thee
eom, and Cove Oysters. with- every variety of G.ll- 3 / 4 113,
wild or doutestie, in swoon. Green Turtle Soup and
Terrapin Suppers served up at the shortest notice, et
JOHN CAMPBELL'S, No. 62T ORESTNIIT street, op
posite the State Homo.
N.13.—N0 expense or pains has been slated by the
Proprietor in fitting up this new establishment in the
moat sumptuous manner—the second story toeing ter
the accommodation ot. Private Parties to Dinners,
0J Entreat* for Ladles towards Sixth Amt.
WILLIAM[ HAIkINING'S CITY LAG'
DEER SALOON, No. 232 I:tartar's Alloy, nu&
fiIeGOWAN'S RESTAURANT, SOUTH
ITJ. vest coriier of BROAD and WALNUT.—Game
and all other delicacies in season. Par&lies so plied
with Oysters= the shortest *Wee. • senT-Tin
Velkl§l.A.B Es '.BUTZ, OUTER, MS
1J AND LAGER DR$ll: BREWERY, No. no (new
No. 038) North TAIRD Strata, Philadolphis.—Shipping
ordors promptly stionded to.
for Clair anb ito
ripo BENZ.—A DESIRABLE RESI
DENOLyon the north side of imams street,
between Sineeeuth end Seventeenth streets, with vide
yard, &o. Mao, a neat two-story Dwelling. on MAR-
O AItET TA Street, Melt Phibuhaulm, near to Chestnut
street omnibus route. Apply to
JAMBS TWO:TELL, OAK Street
no2o-3iir Near Moore street, W. Phila.
TOR SALE—Ti E NEW AND ELE
gant private residence, Na. VITICIIESTNrf St N
feet front by 150 feet in depth, to Chatham street. Built
in rery superior style. with erery Modern convenience,
comfort and improvement. Apply on Thepremaisee daily
12. to 4 P.M. nollWit *
IDENNSYLVANIA BANK NOTE S.-
For elle, • well•seeured GROUND RENT or $2lO,
upon three brick dwelling houses and lot on Hancock
street, swath of Heater-4k feet front, DM feat deep—
punctually paid in qnarterly payments. Pennsylvania
Dank notes will be taken for It Apply to I. C. PRICE,
corner of &PILING GARDEN and THIRTEENTH
El OR RENT.-3 MODERN THREE
-11 Brick Dwelling.house, with brick b
buildings, all the modern improvements ; with a large
garden, it ell.stocked with fruit trees and shrubbery,
aituttai io Weet Philadelphia ' on Market street, be.
teen William and Mary streats t sonth aide. Rent,
SlOO per annum.
Apply to ALFRED NES.IIIIII, lio. 411 MARKET
Street. ti doors above Fourth street. nol94ltw
&burro attb Cigars.
RA V ANA 13.10 AR
mint, tuck as
Glenda, - Jupiter,
Torrey Lopes, IJ niou Americana,
Orejon, . flora Cabana, &a., &a...,
&a., in V ,i 4 e, 1-5 and 1-10 „vacs, of all ekes and quaff
flee, is MTh and =Mandy receiving, and for &ale low,
by CHABLIS TETE,
•ow) 115 'WALNUT Street,
low Second, wood nary
iiiGABO, CABANAS AND PARTAGAS
BEGARd —A thole* invoice of these celebrated
brawls on least' brig New Ire," daily expected from
Havana, end for wale low, by - 01131111.10 TWIT,
(New) 188 Walnut street, below Second,
eel fleeced Story,
WANTED, FOR THE UNITED STATES
CAVALRY—AbIe-bulled, unmarried men, to
whom wilt bo given good pay, booed. clothing, and
modical atteiadanee Pay from tat to per month.
No man having a wife or child will be accepted. Apply
for MOUNTED SERVICE, at No. 811 MAIMS? street
above Eighth., 'meth Aide.
WILLIAM B. ItiniLLL,
Let Limit. 2i Rest. of Civilly,
pet i-2m •
Vass anb China tUart
NEW STORE. NEW GOODS.
11AREREN, !t WITTS,
MASONIC HALL, 713 clisszyur sr.,
airs SOW ON NINO A
. _ .
Complete and eldendld aasortment orWRITI. GOLD
HAND, and DEOORATED YRIINCII CHINA; BORE-
AtIAN and COLORED GLASSWARE;
RISC, PARIAH, LUTA,: and TERRA. COSTA WARES,
beeldee the greatest variety of
which will be sold at lover prices than at any studlac
,tore in the "United Staten
N. D.—Goods loaned to Parties on reasonable
farms. .c 27-u
WLOOXS RANGE.--SOLD BY GRAD
T v W/02 k 1.1 04 USX- 441179N)11 111.1141 i.
A handsome assort-