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with soft' suri-gleams. Now-and. again the
beat:kris ekehatlged for the;black and gloomy.
'ffhe blue haze, yields to murky clouds which
joitig thick and trail through the heavens—liki
iii ne ri l t humors; At night the rains , dash mere
tinkthe wind;,a9 It rushes through the
lane and sobbing woods, along _.the forsaken
afreets,, through key-hole and crevice, and
around the house corners, noose out amore
'impassioned" arid gusty grief, than in Septem-
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thelt dark fringes the pure snow-flakes, which
.will sweep in flurries through the chilled air, I
or else gently float to the leaf-Mantled ground,
5i sifting and hitting" through the desolate
'beitghs , and lingering leaves. Some evening
'oe Rollie morning, not many days hence, we
shall see the landscape wrapped in'a
'sheet of Otioir, while the hills will look down
,on ui With y frooty frown. The winds will
'shriek and whistle through wood and field with
netes so fierce thatethe lifb.ctirrents of trees
intalShrubs will shiver 'end shrivel back to the
' thartrush.down to their deep rook+. We
Abell then know that another autumn is gone ;
its, dsy'ref Variegated beauty are resolved into
the'sbadowy past; that Winter will lift his icy
aleptre over .the• /end for eters and stormy
snot:Ms! . '
WeLshall now, having seen that such and
beautithl, -so majestically solemn, is en.
mtionbeert briefly to some of its lessons.
'Arid litire4e the outset, we are rereinded of
'ainrid'eliarndng lines of our really atneriean
`ppeOiceagfellow. They read thus :
o, , idest a glory doth this world put on
INV talklftiO t w kt i b•it, fervent heart, goes forth
„Oh& jr the knight and glorious sky, end looks
:On didiell well peffornied, and days well spout!
him the *hid, ay, and the yellow leaves, • I
Sltalluasl a:voiocattd give him, eloquent teach
:" Nene can doubttimeantumn types age, and
p4iititaPUCtoNs' what Age ought to-be—dill of
Aultsrlintis, holiness. , He who looks at the
stately'.tesse -- With its foliage withered and ten
4erliginged;if he 1111 but think, cannot else
than perceive howlike it is to •manhood, with ,
the lustre of yonth 'dimmed, ,the natural force
abated; And as that tree, thqugh leaVea
att faded; still charms the iye, , and stands be
fore hint an object of interest, so hp may learn
that age is not necessatily repulsive, . The age
Which ermine a will-ordered -life It tranquilly
beautiful,' like the days and trees of 'autumn.
'Them tarot' in its "eery brewers a Charm
While the spiritually beau
, tinu %breathes, ail ever the face, whose
'wetter • has , 'trodden for years in. the
,Phtlisfay of righteonsintss. Precious, too, is
the fruitage of virtuous age. None but the
tilde and reckless can turn aside from the life
resPeriiinces of those compared With whom we
' fuel/14'as of yesterday. Excellent, indeed, is
`the wisdom which is the concentrated' expres
sion of the 'obserVatibni of a thouglitful life
time, Velem° autumn , with its Sere and Yel
,lewleavea ; let outlet forget to love the age of
- *bleb it Speaks 'to tofiching. When we roam'
;thread arid see the faded tear as it clings with
itralising fibres-to the forest limb, and tread
'oiler the leaves - that are not only faded but
MoulderidebaPkito dust, bow eau we
shun thoughts of death and the gravel That
*deradalingagent which bus woven •darkness
arentid thfk yearnings and hopes of,the young
and ,lovely; which has hushed the _ringing
voices of millions of the merry letting
silting° r which has draped myrinde of homes
with gloom and grief; which hae severed the
,hearts that -wore livingly linked to each other,
the' eaf to -the llmb ; which haa'resolved
whole generations of men into dust., and con
:yerted the home of all the living into the char.
net house of the more thronged hosts of the
dead; that gatint desolator of hearts imd
homes will'claim from its .the tribute of awe,
,new that the" types of• Ids' power are around
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litit there is no type of triumph' in
the, seen' ;there Do you
ilea that leaf which is drooping from its corn
*miens to _ the earth How delicately, with
svhat'sravylieautylt trembles - and rocks down
'to ita diletrbedz—tho light air pulses its pall.
:b arerty performing their office of loyal with
Muffled whispers of sorrow. phi is them not
'imniethilig in this which sneak* soothingly to
thO heart, assuring it how tranquilly the right
eous' die; heirreitlY music breaking in upon
thellepertipg omit' j Again, do we not atop
short of the whole *nth spokin by the painted
— hill* autinitn, -whim the regard` them simply
as the gr4o9TAnd death? ~T) 400 net
reviles of • proPlibey and hope minglaitself
with the utteynotot • kdnesst'lt is even Sus
if *lv MO( grandeur of the fat
sweeping foliage Ivith the life that ,lingers 4
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4 , holmiot s tree; if !Owed.
:down, that it will sprout. again,-and that, the
tender bradeliiherd4 will not seise. Though
watt, Old in the earth, and the
stock thereof die in the ground, yet, through
thesoent otwater; it willtddlind bring forth
boughs like a plant." Just the hidden life
e.urrent of the treaswilfrise up again and robe
the fOrtnit rrith-greenness, so the mere_ad of
death is but.an evanescent eclipse of the soul
+a transient playing of its poners—from
Whiek it shall come forth; in Christ, to blaze
itt everlasting radiants°, to unfold• its Anergies
forever. While, therefore, the roots tell of a
'denting life,' the gorgeonely-hued leaves of
autumn, as well as the green oneslof spring,
'ssppeakof the majesty, the teeming glories of
that life.- How strangely sweet is this thought !
nothing short of this God twines a
golden, many-colored' tiara of triumph around
ths very brava of death! `
- this season of the year • we will very na-
Ailially turn our thoughts back to tho days of
'sitting and eurnmer, arid contrast their green
hue and *plied glories with the mellow aplen
4qm Of :decay which surround us. And thus,
lly the law of association, autumn suggests to
us tender memories of the absent and the
dead. • Ah I if we look back to the spring-thne
of, our own lives, even though many years may
not have 'passed eve! utl, how haVethe loved
and lovely faded and• fallen, "like' leaves in
wintry weather !" '. • '
How'meuy forme and facea will' tart up and
troop along before the` quickened eye of me
mory! Do you not, my hearers, see them
thronging thick and fast before you now, ar.
rayed in the habiliments of the grave, or
clothed 'with the radiance of immortality !
Yearning love sighs, Where are they? Blessed
'be the God ; and Father' of our Lord Jesus
Christ, thereis something more than the re
opens° which hollow Echo mutters back to' us,
Where are they? , Even so; Faith breathes in
to the ear of the soul—they are tearless now,
tardy; 4 1,141 gam* that eternal, sunny shore,
" Whore tomioste ne ver beat, nor billows roar."
Personal' allusions,' • fo6 frdcAtiently Made['
in the sacred , desk, are offensive •to re.
'fined taste. Aret, surely, there are dines when,
for good purposes, they are adadoldblo, even
dateable. We •know that a truth in the
e.onerete is ofmore power than in the ab
*tract,- is more movtagr, more effectual to' good,
aettial timhodiment, than in bare, blank
ittatounint. Milt jou uot, therefore, indulge
me--,-the memorials - of - the , past breaking in
mann'us fiont, hill and , valley, earth and sky,
and Voicing thentselVes" In the very airithat,
Melds& ,the ' ehadows of the night, are now
mitimuring over this - +roof, and whispering
around these -hallowed walla--will you not ip-
Oilge mile tender 'illusioritarldelf, the nemeir
and • initidental eircualstances being changed;
arediat tianieripte of, your own living, loving
karts! , Do I think, then, of a friend do
pin*, bailed in' the gave iddeed, but
nal buried from' iny heart, oven by the
hanked,:misti, of :, the ' years? , 'Thou, aged
messenger orjesiti, friend of my youth, G. S.
art before reel..--thy clear vele° rings in my
ear. Well de I iimember how, long, long ago,
thy term cif Nervier) 'ended with - the farewell
etteraftedi Of the great-hearted Paul 'for the
hails of thy thoughts—And now, brethren, I
commend you to God, and to the word of his
grace, , Which is able to build you up, and to
itivel,o l l an inheritance among all them whicli
are sanctifled—how, with whist impassioned
power and tenderness thou didst speak of the
things of 'God-how thy forgiving heart didat
write itsinjeries as in "said upon the ocean
shore, to be washed' out'by ' , the first retiring
wane." 'Can I ever. - forget - how,. again, in
the far past,-• near the noon of night, with
earnest eye, and voice ,tremulous with the
herded ofits ireful message:, thou did
talk, of _passing time, rolling, years, and
all engulphing eternity, as though, even then,
thy goal ' 'wort nestled under its penumbral
haze—that thou could'st speak so solemnly.
,Thy voice shall no more' sound on the hills
o id fn the pf the West—it is hushed,
a Ore ll,t tiiral groups and city throngs.,Thy
`tjut4tes gained its ii-long-eought home," thy
body slumbers in holy hope on the bank of the
river of the Weer stream, The Allegheny
rolls its waves by thy sepulchre, and through
asps- yet tto - come shell breathe out thy re
quiem. And thaty.,?•: ; ll+-+, long since haat
'thou learned and known the answer to the
question thou were %yea to breathe, as the;
walls of some 'sweet and distant harp urge its
.song,,Tall us, do they lasi its there yet? •
Do I;think of a relative.? There le, ono
countenance e t that boats before me, becauen
Intervening year's, dint and shad&y, yet how
r ealk...,oh, thou of t the benigrum smile, the
WOrid knows thee not, but my MAO throbe out
thy name—mother! Can I foriet,,haw amidst
the openinggliirlea of luscious June, thou didst
seel,thine eyes to earth) and wing thee where it
fa June forever. How, as thou, wentest t Aleft l
then di4et breathe blessing; 'O4 iheorrow-einitz
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it 4017 - 11iAtio weird
halls of memory. I think of Thee non , — .
low the yeilesuleaves antuuto rustle onlby,
grave, and fhb morning dews sparkle there.
flew thy soul, escaped alike from the shadows
of wavering faith' and ,of the lone galley,
gleams in the heaven 'of heaven's, where thy
Saviour's smile as scatters night away," even
as the star which look's down on thy dust at
eVetitide; And yet, once more, I must think
of thee, I—;dear boy of the meek. heart and
auburn hair. Well do I remember how I
clasped thee to niy heart as' the shadows, of'
death .were gathering about thee, thoug I
knew it not then, and talked of coming
fellowship that, might not be. Ever will
I remember how, as we placed thee low
the. earth, and the autumn woods which
looked down on thy grave, in sympathy with
riven hearts, wore thy. mourners—how the
smile or beauty lingered on thy brow—the
storm and the struggle over—as though some
kind angel, waiting round thee, had traced it
there, the pledge of coming glory, when God
from on high should unseal thy dusty sepulchre.
Dear boy, the hope of whose companionship
.here was blasted, loving trust plants thee now
where the bursting, blushing rose of hopo
never withers! Green be the myrtle that
clasps lovingly around thy breast, that smiles
on thy grave alithe year, that smiles of heaven!
'There is one lesson of the season that it
may not be amiss to notice before we close
this discourse.
autumn teaches impressively that God loves
beautiful-- ; as,the oleo, the inexhaustible range
of the beautiful. , The proofs of this truth are
all tironnd test, the Muth itself is' a perpetual
Memorial .lif- l'or what Is the earth but a
stately palace of beauty! Its foundations are
of granite ; its walls, the high-heaved bills.
apaeloos chambers and labyrinthian aisles,
are matted with emerald," floored ..with the
flushed shells of the .sea ; while its vaulted
roof is woven of the morning light, tinged to
,ezuret, null festoon&lvehlibitrnislied draperies;
'whose warp and woof arelhe fibres of , the rain
bow Spring and summer are manifestations
of the niaterially:beautifhl, in their laughing
waters, fresh fields, sunny skies; but they de
not speak so impressively, paradoxical as at first
sight it may seam, icof the excellencies of the
- beautiful, as does autumn.. Intiinslcally, they
May be regarded by, many as excelling it in
their. forms of beauty; but, admitting this,
tirieteetireeny q 1 Qed'etlet , e, of the, beautiful
to not se , eating and clear. The reason Is, this
They are the symbols of exuberant, rejoicing
life; but autumn, la the , symbel of decay and
,
death." When, then, I find even this fore
shadowing of dhisolution so charming In its
appearance; how can I have, Stronger evidence
of the love whieh my Maker bears to the
beautiful' and glorious? , I look at spring In
its bloom, and it - thrills me. I look et sum
mer in la.glOwitigiPlOndere and mellow ma
jesty, endlt fascinates me; bud when I see
autumn, so sweet in its sadness, then I say,
God loves the beautiful on land and on sea;
Be loves it in earth and sky; ho loves it in life
and in . death, through all the year; he loves
it forever t Aye, and if the manifestations of
the beautiful are se various, even contrasts so
marked as that oi► spring and autumn, in
vested,with it, will not- that God who crowns
the year with his geodness,, fill. it with forms
that exhilarate and soothe, will he not, is he
not able to fill all eternity 'with teeming de
velopments of the 'lovely 7 In this element of
the ever-recurring, ever-varying displays of
beauty, though differing, • of course, in mere
'accidents-phases of development—earth is
heaven in mmiature-r-time, the rolling year,
'ii eternity in epitome/ ,
, The withered flowertyfaded leaves, sombre
skies, complaining brooks, and murmuring
winds—yea, all .the phenomena of autumn,
like's', many gleaming organ tubes, roll up in
the ear of the Boni, as from unfathomed
depths, a lofty, solemn, all-subduing swell of
monition, That time is passing rapidly away,
and eternity hastening on to a living presence
with "us lot us, -through his good
spirit, live iii unison with the will of the most
high God. With the august glory of the
judgment throe, and the overwhelming ma
"jesties" of eternity in view, we say to each of
you, labor diligently to regulate heart and
life by the power which breathes from the
cross of Jesus. Thus doing, thine end of
earth shall be blessed, thy death peaceful, thy
destiny after death, beyond earth, shall be
transcendently blessed, • oven through the
eternal years of God."
tt So live, that when thy summons comes to join)
The innumerable caravan, that moves
To that mysterload rialto where each shall take
Ait chamber in the silent halls of death
Thou go not, like the quarry slave, atuight,
Scourged to his dungeon; but, sustained end
seethed
By an unfaltering trust, approach thy grave
Like ono that draws the drapery of his couch
About hint,' and lies down to pleasant dreg tat."
Sweet shall be thy sleep in the grave which
is watched from on high by the unsiumbering
eye of Jesus t As the suceassive autumns of
'ages that shall roll by till the time of thy
quickening Ia cone-as those , shall sere and
- die, the winds that Whisper and roar over thy
.filotdderipfllctill's'Wlll wildly, !sweetly chant
an unthetn of hope, and the willows that, like
silent mournors • may bend and weep their
dewy tears over thee, will stream their yellow
:tresses in the breeze that sighs thine elegy
with all the mournful beauty of nodding hearse
"plumes. ' W 4 beseech yon now, One and all—
we 'beseech yen by,' the grandeurs of your
deathless souls, that you.forget not that autumn
t'pha two destinies.
There is a annset of tranquillity anffbeauty.
It flushes the'flrmanient with a ruddy glow.
The sun sinks gently below the hills of the
West, flinging around' his blazing brow
;burnished vapors, which, wide-spread and
glowing, flaunt In the heavens like crimson,
and aubuni banners, and tell Of a sweet mor-"
row. • This ilitiatrates and types the death and
destiny of the.good. Their end is peace,lthey
emerge from the shadows of death into the
light of a morrow which knows no eventide—
they linger, in a heritage whose skies smile
with summer beauty—even always I
There is a sunset of a far different charac
ter. The sun, with a flora and brazen brow,
droops down behind banks of black and scowl
ing and thus ushers in a night of dash
ihg rains and howling winds. This illustrates
and types the departure and the doom of the
Wieketi. •They die - sander the frown of Jehovah.
They agonize and wail amidst the storms of
that night which is moonless, starless, rayless—
eternal! A bight it is, whose swathing sha
dows are woven of the blackness of darkness—
fitting drapery of absolute deplalion—a night,
Whose &ems shall, - shroud With horror
throughout all the eternity t ot the soul I
Take heed, therefore, how ye bear.
taub Eictieo.
IE-11 . 9AF , : STE/a/TOP, $2,001 LAND DIS
.k.ii.IITION l i 011ANOE NOB POOR ION! I
Tke Northweeterei Mutual bend Benefit Association
with :nuke a grand distribution of s3o;ooo'worth of real
Wale and maps to its members. The number of mem
bers is limited t 010,000,22.00 and five letter stamp.
per Membership, or W dire: Any individual mending
RIO and the stamps, 'hall be entitled to six sharee,• or
any Person epuding 010 with el* rmps, with t headdress
of each;earefully written, Ault be entitled to six sham.
'nib following hi CM real Ostate to be distributed s
No. 1. An improved Them of 30 sores in oooke
i Co., Illinois, alded-at • ; . • 28,000
No. 2. An improved tumor 190 wee in White.
sides 00., Illinois, valued at 8,000
No. 3. An improved farmer 160 sores in White.
sides Co., Illbtole, Valuid at 9,000
N 0.4. Au exoellentprivatereeldenee in Dubuque,
lowa, valued at ' . 3,000
No. 6. I_oo scree superior farm land in Cooke PM.,
Illinois, veined at , 7 , 2,000
No. 6. 160 acres well pine timbered in Wsupsees
CO., Willeollifil, Tailed St , ! ' 2,000
No. 7. A good lot and oottega residestee in Ohl.
osgo, XlllllOl/1, valued at 2,000
No. 8. MA sores superior hod in Wlkiteeldes Oa.,
• flUnoles waked at ' ' 1.000
No. 9. 160 sores good land .in Chippewey Co.,
Wisconsin, valued at ' . , 060
No.lo. 160 urea good land in Ohippeway Co.,
,_ Wisconsin, rained at • . , 960
No. 11. 160 mires good *lit is Ohlppeway Co.,
Whoonein valued at ' • 800
No. 12, 160 ' 150x0e good land is Dun Co., WI.-
noun, valued at 800
1(0.13. SO sues good loath Marshall Co., Iowa;
valued at .7 600
No, l u 4. 80 t
sorm good hind in Marshall Co., lowa,
• valed a 000
N 0.16. BO saes good, land in Marshall ilo., Tows,
'rained at 600
No rel . load 6. 40 nerve good land In Marshall Co., lowa,
sit %' . • 300
N 0.17. 40 Urea good land In Linn Co., lows, val.
' vied at 7 - • '.; - t , BOO'
No taed at . 16., 40 Aar...good Madill Linn Co., lowa, val.
300
7 ,
.. ,
No;ti 19. 40 sores good land inLinnOo., lowa, val.
_ed st • . , 300
Ne.lo:, One binding lot iti Battaglia, lowa, vat*
tied at INO
N 0.21.. One twilling let in Sterling, Illinois,
valued at 800
No. 32. One building Mt In Sterling, Illinois,
lu at
No. va
23. ed
One buildibg lot M Oberling, Illinola,
valued at 800
No. 24. 4e users form landin Grind Co., Whloon
sin. valued at. , 800
No. IC 40 woo Arm land in Grant CO., Wisoon.
slot valued at 300
No. 29. 40 acres land in Grant Co , Wisconsin,
valued at 840
N 0.27. 40 acres land In Grant Co., Wisconsin,
valued at 340
N 0.29. 40 acre. land in9rawforl Clo.,Wisooneln, '
valued at 200
No. 29. 1 , dB sores land in Crawford Co., Whoonsin,
valued at . 200
.No. 80. 40 scree Mad In Crawford Co., Wisconsin,
*tied at 200
Ne. Bl. 40 bores land In Monroe Co., Wiseonsin,
valued at 200
N 0.82. 40 acres land in Monroe Co., Wieommin,
valued at - .300
No. 88, _ 4
fito seals lind in lickion Co.,Wisconsin,
valulist . - 200
No. 84: 40 Met/ land Id Jackson Co., Wisconsin,
valued at 7 200
1(6.86. 40 sum land in Bad Axe Co.,Wimonein,
valued at
No. SC 40 saris land in Bad Axe Co., Wiscormin, 100
valued at •
No. M. acres land in Illid'Axe Os., Wisconsin, 100
valued at 160
No. 86. Out lot in Talton, Illinolo, Tamed It 450
No. BD. 'One lot in Bolton, Illinois, valued a 100
No. 40. One lot in Fulton' Illinois, valued at, 100
, The distribution will be conducted fairly and honor.
ably. The Denies and addreee Of ekockholdera shall be
,written on an many email oarde as they have 'hirer,
and the whole placed in 'box , and the first name taken
out &Mahe entitled to the improweir. farm No. 7, in the
above list, andblie next taken oak will be entitled to
;No. 2, and so on until the 40 Remo or real estate are all
:dietributed Then to egioh of tams remaining 14,660
1 stookholdere Will by sent a cheap .map of a Modern
State Or Terrltbry. A full , amount at the dletribution
'will be forwarde d in a printed eirsielei, to each member
-of the Association, with the names mai address of such
14 may receive the real eetate—to wham oleo the deeds
: will be sent and inimallate pClassalimiLven, Bach lip.
plicatlon must be autinipinied With 32. 0 mid flve Leta?
Plums: Address ' , LINDIILL,ION S k 00.,
' su.lB - , , .. ' , - . Olde ago, Illinois.
VCilitagESS RANdE.—SOLD , BY OHATI.
%imam,* Sal., N 0.102 IC 0004 I AWL
8 4 1 0 1111011,
01Mitig: "
ilatOß LIVERPOOL.--THURSDAY, DE,
IL' COMES 10.—The Packet Eihip plin o kow.
PRIA, Capt. °times F. Fowl, will sail as above
Odito. patgage $BO
Second cabin 20
Steerage 18
Second Cabin and Steerage Puiengers found with
Provisions, according to the Apfirlet , !l passenger 401.
ifor freight or pluntagh, apply' to ' •
THOS. RIOIIB,IIDSON do co,
Drafts on tho Agents in sums tp',µit, from £1 up.
wards. nolB
VOR SAN FRANCISdO.—THE FIRST
class Clipper Ship MARY ROBINSON, Captain
HARIMI6, and the magnificent A 1 Clipper Ship W
ISING, Captain Wixom will hale quick despatch
from New York, For Weight, apply td
El HOP, SIMONS, & 00.,
nolB.dif 120 (lite ao) NORTII WHARVES.
'FOR NEN ORLE 4 ,-, LOUISIANA,
LINE—To sall 'deipatch.=-The re:
roerkably faat-salling 'Blllp MARCFARET, Berryman
mast. r, is now loading at Race street wharf, end having
a largo portion of her cargo engaged soil going ell board,
will have quick despatch,
Shippers will please hurry their hillier lading to the
conntlng-houso for aignature.
Ter balance of freight apply en board or to
131S1, SIMONS,
WHOA CO.,
120 (late S6)NORTH RVES.
Agents at Now Orleans, 0. 7: tABEHER & CO. The
Margaret Insures at the lowest rates, and will take
steam down the Delaware and up the Miselesippl. nol7
SHIP JOSEPH JONES FOR SAN FRAM;
01500.—T0 ail with quick despatch,—Preight
taken at reduced rates.—The beautiful clipper ship
JOSEPH JONES, Nelson Pendleton, commander, now
completing her loading at Race street wharf, has over
throe-fourths of her cargo oh , hoard and nearly all of
her capacity engaged, will 'matinee to receive freight
for a few days, mid sail as above.
Shippers will please complete their engagements
without delay, and hand Ice bills'of Liing for lignaturo,
Nor balance of freight, which will be taken at
very low rates, apply op board, or to
BISHOP, SIMONS . & 00.,
120 (late at) North Wharves,
SAVANNAH STEAMSHIP LINE
BTRAMEIIIIPB
STATE OF GEOECCIA
AND ,
KEYSTONE 'STATE.
In cansequence of the depressed state et trade, the
above ships will he withdrawn for the present.
' October 10th. A. MUM. Jr.
FOR HAVANA—With quick despatch.—
The coppered and copper-tastendd alp NAPLES,
Captain Eastman, will be despatched u above Ina tow
dai y
or freight or pomp, apply to
__ • _ _
BISHOP. BIMONS, a 00,0
129 (late 80) North WharyeA—
VIARE REDUCED
•AND 11/I,B2.—The
TO SOUTHAMPTON
ea i mma nent dite:,mrZiiiirt9rut";
DERBILE, Edward Higgin
will Bail
Prom New York for Booth- Pmas Boutbampto, and
aropton and Notre. Havre /9016 w York ,
Saturday Oct. 24 Saturday " ' Nor. 141
liattirday ' Dot. 6 SOurday ' Deo. kd
Price of Passage—First oabin,• $100; second cabin,
$5O Specie delivered In London and rub. lok freight
or passage apply to D. TOBRANOI4, Agent,
No. 6 Bowling OtOOO,,NoW York.
Letters for England and Europe, pre-pald, 26 coati
each half ounce, (by enclosure of postage stamps if from
other citles,) will - be received at No. 5 Boiling-greet',
New York, up to 11,l o'clock on the morning of sail.
lug. oclo4f
GREAT REDITOTION IN FARE TO EU
vtag ROPE.
Mud Oabin $BO I Second Cabin
In the first-olass paddle-wheel Steamship ADRI L 1
2,000 tons, 0. D. LUDLOW, Ootomander, atid NORTH
STAR, 2,600 tons, P. E. Larsraa, to salt from pier No:
8 North River, at noon precisely, Mores the lINITED
STATES MAILS, viz:
Loire N. York for
Elouthatnpton, Na- Bremen for ' I Sonthainpton
vre and Bremen. ' Sonthhmpton for New York.
Ariel, Saturday, Oct. 81. Wedsiday, Nor. 4,
N. Patiy, Oat, 81. ,Satarday, Nor. 28. Weds , d , y, Dee. BO
Them steamers touch at BATHE. Specie delivered
In London and Paris. Yor passage and feuded, apply,
to D. TORRANOZ, Agent, No. 6 Bowling Green, Netts York. ocdo-tt
17 !OR ENGLAND AND FR 4 N0E,1857.--
A . New York and Eine Steam.* Oinepany.—The
United States Malt Wearnehipe "..e.OO, 2,000 toad,
David Lines, ocnnualder, and YtILTON, 2po tone,
James A. Welton, commander, will kayo New York,
Hare and Boutkinpton, for the yearn UR and SD, en
the following dap :
LUNN NEW TOM
11367. 1961.
Fulton, Saturday, Aug. 22 Atop, 114t0rd4,9, lan.. 9,
Arno, do. Sept. 19 SuIWO, do. Feb.. , , §
Fulton, do. Dot,. 17 Axiom de. alluelt*
Argo, do. Nov 14
Argo,'
do. .41 1 1:
7 2 A.
Julio,,, do. DIIO..
12 Arago, o,
do.
Walton, do. ,May
11011=1.1121011.
ti 1607.
llnlEoa 1r: 1147 , telt:
=l4 rt . ? iort
Argo, - 40; Dm . lt
lhaton, .S o b 14
it , iroafA
ICC, 1::
LSAT! NATAL
knee, Tuesday, Atig. 25
rulton, do. dept. 2$
Ax o, do. Oct.
ftltm, do. Nor. 11
Ango, do. De 6.15
1868.
Patton, do. Jan.l2
Ann*, do, Poto, 9
-"piton, do. March 9
Arago, do. Aprll 0
Walton, do. Iday 4
Arno, do. Jon, 1
"Won, do. June 29
mai or MUGS
prom New York to Southampton or Ham—ilmi
Cabin, $l3O ; Second Cabin, $76. .
Prom Havre or Southampton to New York—lira
Oablu, 800 tram; Second Oebto, 500 tans.
/or freight or ptilameokopy to
MOBTL IAIt 66IBR LIYINCIBTO
fin*.
WILN, Agout i 7 Broadway
OROSANY 4 00. " South , ton
AMERIOAN lIIIMPBAN
.IX,PILI2OI AND zx . Ports.
OIEANGB 00. ens
TIRE NEW YORK AND LIVERPOOL
-IL UNITED STATES NAIL STEAM:SUL—The 8 8 4 0
eomposing this Line are :
The ATLANTIC, Ospt. Oliver Eldridge.
The BALTIO,_ Capt. Joseph Comstock.
The ADRIATIC, Capt. Amu West.
..iThese ships hare been built by oontraet, expressly for
teovernment aervice; every care has bean taken an their
oonatruotion, as also in Uttar anemia, to ensure strength
sad speed, and their accommodatlerue for paesengere are
aneQualled for elegance and comfort.
Price of passage from New York to Liverpool, In tint
sable, $180; in second do., $714 from Liverpool to Nov
York, 80 and 20 g.....nees. No berths secured union paid
fee. The ship of this line have Improved water-tight
balk heeds. l _
FROPOSED DATES OF SAILING.
FEEIR 10W TOME WICK LIYENN/OL.
Saturday, Jane 20, 1861 Wedneethty, June 24, 1861
Saturday, July 4, 11157 Wednesday, July 8, 1861
Saturday, Jul} 18, 1861 Wednesday, July 22, Int
Saturday, Aug. 1, 1867 Wednesday, Aug. 6, 1667
Saturday, Aug. 14, 1667 Wednesday, AUL, 19, 1867
Saturday, Bept. 12, 1857 Wednesday, Sept. 2, 1881
Saturday, Sept. 20, 1857 Wednesday, Sept. 80, 1861
Saturday, Oot. 10, 1867 Wedneeday, Oot. 14, 1861
Saturday, Oct. 24 1861 Wednesday, Oet. 28, 1867
Saturday, Nov. 7, 1861 Wednesday, Nov.ll, 1867
Saturday, Nov. 21, 1857 Wednesday, N0v.26, 1861
Saturday, Dee. 6, DM Wednesday, Bee. 9,, 1664
Wednesday, Dee. 22, 1861
Ye l f garlrllr l catinLlT t o o . 60 Wan.t.,,N.y.
BROWN SHIPLEY &'Avarua' ,
ammuip a IR., 2FAusuli Prime,
London. '
B. O. WAINWRIGHT I CO., E B4B .
The owners,of these ships will not be auounteble for,
geld, sliver, bullion specie, jeirelry.pr ealous stones or
metals, unleu lading us' r nod therefor, and
the video thereof expressed therein • 1014.1?
Piano Sotto.
GOLD MEDAL PIANO FORTES.
STEINWAY & SONS
.
MANUFACTURERS, 84 AND 88 WALKER STREET
/YR W YORK,
Received the following drat prize In oompett.
time with the best manufactuiers of Boston, New York,
Philadelphia, and Baltimore.
TWO FIRST PRIZE MEDALS at the4letropolitan
lair, Washington, March, 1855.
A GOLD MEDAL at the Crystal Palace, New York,
November, 1855, (being the only ()old 11e41 given for ,
Pianos within the last six years.)
A GOLD MEDAL at the Maryland Institute, B&W.
more, 1850.
THE FIRST PRIZE MEDAL at the Yair, Crystal
Palace, New York, November, 1856. Among the judges
were the first mulled talent of the country, such u M.
Muon, Gottschalk, Woflenhaupt, and many others.
St. & S. Menu (with and without iron 'Crimea) art
warranted for three years, and s watiten guarantee
given. Pianos packed and shipped sithout charge.
Prices moderate. 0021-tf
ALBERT WEBER, PIANO FORTE
ra MANUFACTURER, No. 166 West Broadway, New
York, sole manufacturer of the celebrated Concert
Ficum. The subscriber would inform his numerous`
Mende and customers that he has greatly enlarged hli
manufacturing dePartment, In order touted the increase
In demand for his unrivalled Plano', and as evorypiane,
especially tone and touch, In personally auperlotended
by the subscriber, the public will be .warranted au hi
atrament which, for beauty, strength,' and durability,
power and aweetness of tone and touch, stands unsur
passed. livery piano spld at the lowesCpsanufacturers ,
prices. A call is respectfully sollclteit. 0e29•6n
lUercharit Mailora.
JOHN P. DOHERTY, •
TORIHIRLY WITH KILL,' it HAOTHIN,
LATE WITH LUKENS, HELIX, & CO,,
TAILOR,
814 CHESTNUT STREET, ABOVE EIGHTH, ;
Ilse now with hint the beet Tailors that are engaged
In the business in this country.
08ARLIga Rout, formerly the leading tailor of this
sity ; 81. KAYSER, formerly cutter for 0, Roth & Co.,
and late Coat and Yost cutter with Micelle, Kelly, to
Co.; Mawr 'gamma, the beet Pants and Vest cutter
in the Halted States, for jeers cutter with Depierrls,-
under the Irving House, Broadway, and with Poplar's
Pettus, under the It. Nicholas hotel, Broadway.
The most unremitting attention paid to the wishes of
all who patronise) the establishment. -
The best of Clothes made at moitsrata prices for
credit, leis pikes for cash. ool3•tf
JAMES SHERIDAN, MERCHANT
TAILOR, Nos. 11l andlB South NINTH STREET,
ABOVE CHESTNUT.
A large and well Wetted stook of CLOTHS and
(ThriAlliEßEB always on hapd.
All Clothingg made at thia Establialunent will 1e of
the best guilty, arid in the molt fashionable style.
Particular attention given to LINLVORII CLOTS.
ING. apt-If
ittrnitute.
.E.JVuRNTEITB6I7. •
. BEDDING, &o,
No. AM (1196 129) WALNUT et.,
P 611041116,
A new and superior erYielid Spring Bede. wax°,
LYDIA B. Krrn. m
0481 6m „ I
GAS I GAS I f GASI I UNDeZ
signed would respeetfullyeallthe attention of the
public to the fact that they hare and arc daily reducing
the price of Philadelphia Oaa (rem $.1,25 per 1000 feet
to the low rodeo of $1.50 per Merest, by,their MODEL
REGULATOR, which wives 1 45 per cent., a clear saving
of 75 cents on $0.25, thereby teagotag the price Octane
$2.26 to $1.50 per 1000 feet.
We are daily putting the Negalittor on all the princi
pal and prominent buildings-in the city ohurchei,
libraries, factories , hotels, and other public
It has also been placed on at the Philadelphia Ex.
change. Hundreds of certificates la favor of the said
Regulator from those having tried it, showing the
above mans, can be seen at our oftlep.
Btore.keepers and the publlo generally are reqne
to send In their orders. Cost of Replators from d g
upwards, according to also. Orders throng's Blood , *
Despatch promptly attended to.
N. B.—Nifty energetic, enterprising, and persevetlng
men wanted, to canvoMe for the 110 DEL REGIILATOit;
Ban make from $2 to 115 per day.
ROBERT T. KNIGHT & 00., "
Office No. 41 Booth fifth street,
next to Blood's Deapatelt.
. . . ,
504). GALLS. WIILY: OlL,';'
1,000 gall. Elephant Oil,
, .', $0 bbl. No.l Lira Oil, tot Nolo br
OROASDA-141, PKTROIA, k 00., - 4
. W
iaolatt N 9,104 N.DlLiwgre an,
*A tie ,
1867.
VIM BEST ASSORTMENT or LEHIGH
AND SCHUYLKILL GOAL is nt,
IL DORMAN'S YARD,
BROAD STREET, aboie Ville.
Gold i t souped prices. Call aid 600. ocBl-6w
Tr.XOWL4S , COAL DEPOT, NINTH
67 , and WILIAW.—Tba Spring Mountain, Sugar
Lost, and Illaatoton Lehigh. Also, beat Schuylkill
Oosl. for ado . Terms ceeb . oet23-11u*
224 n LBS. Is A TON.—BUYERS
ILY and consumers are halted to examine our
stook of "MIMI LOCUST MOUNTAIN and BLACK
HEATH COAL.” Our Coal is 'elected expressly for
&mil* astu befit earefully eareoned, we will warrant It
fo e 6,au gate and dust. 4, to ll 2240 lbs." being
ti gip 6u. 'Mau sold by retail dealers, at ' I 2X cents
less per
.010,0 h‘ll4 It full supply of "BROAD TOP BITU
MINOUS COALSr for Steam-generating, Madura' thing,
'Cad Itollinp-mill purposes. This Coal cannot be ox-
Tarda, BROAD and TINE—Big Sign, "2240 LBS. IS
A TON. [568.11m1 LEIGHTON & 00
OAI, I COAL I • COAL I—TAGGART" ,
G
olumputaD SPRING MOUNTAIN LEHIGH
00AL.
J. &R.OARTRWER . REENWOOD,TAMAQUAOOAL
eigasels,w. SNYDER'S PINE FOREST SORITYL
RILL COAL. .
RANDALL & MEREDITH
Han for sale, and are constantly receiving from
Sboire celebrated Collieries,
COAL OE ALL SIZES.
There Is no Coal tqlued anywhere, equal le quality
these end a trial will convince any oue of their great
superiority. Our Coil in very carefully eemened at our
rude, and we will warrant It perfectly free from elute,
duit and alagrities. Our PRICES are as LOW as the
YE Y No. 161 1301.11 H FRONT
04ters left s Otr.Fard, OALLOWRILL street, Won
Orden
a L k, O ltteit t .'
ounan ' tr.
com . , oe,
BROAD street: •
Order* left at our Wharf, WATER. greet, above Ont.
LOWIIILL—or sent to either place per Despatch Poat,
will rebelie prompt attention.
Fttraltasere for Family use will do well to call and en.
amine Otte Coal before purehaalng elsewhere. • awi-tt
SCHUYLKILL AND LEHIGH COAL.—
f em day recallin at my yaril it h s best quality°.
BOKUYLKILL AN pp g,
oon i . , ity customers,
Mid MI others who kiiiyAig M° with thpix orgar . s, may
r_qtvalvm=lltivato
it ww •
„ JAUXANANK OONQBSY
21: eaktior of Broad end Cherry etc,
vr Azp,,goil.gymna, (*Ato—
...A-a DAY, PORTIOL & CO., COAL ,D.tialtit,* No.
filat SItIMII Street, above Eighth, keep constantly on
hand, it the very lowest rates, a full supply of Lehigh
and llohnylkill Coal. an 1.43 m
LUMBER AND GOAL.—MONTGOMERY
& NEALL having connected the Coal with the
Lumber hotlines', inform their friends that they have
made oontrada for a supply of the beet qualities of
Lehigh and Schuylkill Coal, and are now ready to re
' oelve orders, Twelfth and Prime streets. Orders may
Weft with Mr. S. KILPATRICK, No. 18 B. FIFTH
abed, or with Mr. 192 d. D. NEALL, corner PINE ea
WATER streets. .
garbtoart.
UAKER CITY NAILS,
MERCHANT BARS,
RIVET IRON,
tdoctored at FOUNTAIN GREEN ROLLING MILL,
( li ke Beknrlklll, above Spring Garden Water Work..
,WAREHOUSS, 103 North WATER Street.
,QUAKER OITY NAILS aro warranted equal to any
made.
,oe9-tt JOHN HALDEMAN, Agent.
rpHOMAB E. BAXTER.—HARDWARE
~IL OLITLBET AND TOOLS, No. 010 MARKET ST.
boo* Ninth. *MI olds. Phi44Bll4lls no 1-6 m
03into anb £ianars.
OD WHEAT WHISKEY.—E. P. MID
DIMON & BRO. No. 5 North FRONT St ,
porters of Oognao and Rochelle Brandies, Bonen& Gin.
Scotch and Irish Whiskey. Also, solo proprietor of
the Old Wheat Whiskey. Z. P. AI. & Bro. have on
Mind the largest and beet stock of flue old Monongahela,
Itonrbon, and Rye Whiskey of any dottier In the Baited
Mates, all of vrhioh is highly Improved by age. ncer-fim
BRANDIES. --s , Pinot Coatillon " Marott,
i
and other Cognacs of various rlntages, in hall
plpee and quarter cmks ; 61181 , 01E10 ItotbelJe 'handles,
pi to and dark, In half plpes, half °sake, and ene•elghth
*do.' Imported and for Isle bY
EIZNBY DOEILEDI h CO.,
. ~c 22 ' 221 and 223 South Fourth street.
:PORT WINE.—In bond and entitled to de
benture 950 casks Bt. Joeeph's Pure • Juice Port
line, in qrs. and eighths.
:Tin puncheons John noway Islay Malt Scotch Whit
key2.yeArs eld
;Nifty pipes Anchor fin.
1161nrett, Martel, Bouvet, and 7,7 Dupe,. Brandies, al
of which I offer to the trade at reduced prices.
708. P. TOBIAB,
iatiffhlimos 88 and 90 8. front St.. below Walnut.
LEXANDER V. HOLMES, WINE AND
...671. LIQUOR STORE, No. 226, Southeast Corner o
WINIROS and SOUTH Streets. aul•lr
et I. LEWIS, IMPORTER AND DEALER
. IN PINE WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS, &c., 2
aputh RUTH Street, Plaladelphlt val.])
AA.NDIES.—PInot, Castillon & Co., Ma
li/ nett & Co., and other brands of Cognacs of various
;irinteges, In half pipes and quarter casks • Pellevoisln
Rochelle Brandies, pale and dark, in half p i ll:as, quarter
soaks and one-eighth nuke, all in Custom ouse stores,
liiported and for sale by
EMBRY BOBVIN & 00.,
on 6 Nos. 921 and 228 South Youth street.
inmates.
.MAOGREGOR HOT—AIR FURNACES
.111.11, Bold by 0/11DWION & BRO., SECOND Street
exit door above Raw adolB4lmes
pPORTANT IMPROVEMENT
NSIW GAO CONSUMING FURNACE
ORILSON'S NEW CONE FURNACE,
after' having been put to the most severe test, during
the two QOLD W 1071618 o►18&6 LID 1851, has proved to
be the most powerful heater is she world, saving from
X to g the fuel over any of the beat furnaces now In use.
TrtegaltOsuctoge are constructed with a cast iron saki
pit, end a broad, shallow pan•ehaped fire pot, lined
with firebrick or Iron stoves. The fire pot is surmount
ed with
fiRRIES OP CONES, OR TAPRRING RADIATORS,
large and broad at their base, but tapering to email aper
tures at the top, and uniting with the mintier chamber,
through Width the heat end smoke pass to the fine,
Tim WROLN products of combustion in the form of
smoke and GABBS, are suspended directly over the dm,
deltrlinen or compressed Into the tapering Coon an d
GORTINUALRT SO the direct action of the MN
of heat and light from the fire.
This heat and light is brought to a coons I aloe
Oon, not unlike the
OOLLISOTION OP TIER SUN'S RAYS,
to atorAl point through an ordinary lens, causing the
ISMOSX AND once to become intensely heated end the.
roughly 0011110111D t by this operation the mole no
oasts WO WADS IiQUALLT AVAIL/LIMN with the Ron
musts for heating purposes, while, in other furnaces,
It I/ ClanalliD 011 AND WASTED IN 11111 01111DIRR.
AA parsons deidrona of obtaining the beet and
140 ST ZOONO6IIOAL MATING APPARATUS,
alga not fall to examine the New GAII CONSUMING
Oo Ifmoraor before purchasing any other. The at•
tention of architects and builders is particularly re
ghosted. ARNOLD Zs WILSON,
(Successors to B. A. liarrison,)
No, 62i WALNUT Street,
sul-tf Opposite Independence Spar
9kttarnepts at Law
THOMAS F. GOODE.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
oydiou, Alesistenbarg County, Va
Attends to protoostonol busiuoso In tho Courts 01146
lonburg, Luneuburg, thairax, And Oharlojte counties.
SISTERS TO
Shiplolgh & Rue,.Phliadelphia.
Baptist & White, New York.
Lanier, Bro., & Co., Baltimore.
Omyth, Stone, h Banks, Petereburg, Va.
Adie & Gray, Richmond, Va. [OO2l-e&w.2m
REMOVAL. -CLAY & JONES, ATTOR
neyo•at-LAw. have removed then. LAW OFFICE
from N 0.1318. Fifth BC. oppoelte Independence &Nero,
be No. 271 SOUTH FIFTH BTEEET, bolo w Prune
street. no94odlm
I WI SS.WE L S, ATTORNEY AT
JI-11 LAW, No.2'AIRY STREET, NORRISTOWN, PA..
will attend with punctuality, and to the boat of bit
ability, to all loudness entrusted to hie care. ocl-3m '
TAANIEL DOUGHERTY, ATTORNEY
4.7 AT LAW, Bouthout Omer of BIGLITII and
QUBT Strooto, Philodolphia, aul•ly
M YER STRO USE, ATTORNEY AT
4..u"LAW, OHNTAX streat, Pottsville, PA. ata-li
p rop oe alo.
TT.NITED STATES POST-OFFICE, IN
TIIN OITY OY
_ . . .
SEALED PROPOSALS, for supplying materials and
Workmanship required in the erection and construction
of a Post-office building in the Pity of ,Pbiladelphla,
for the rhitAa Staten Post-efflee Department, will be re
ceived st the office of the undersigned, Commissioner
for the building, No. 2 06 South FOURTH Street, on or
before the twelfth day of December neat.
Contracts will be awarded only to master-buildog%
and mechanic', Mush Proposal must be accompanied
by a written guarantee, signed by two responsible per.
cone, to the e ff ect that the bidder, will, when required,
if tile proposal be accepted, enter into a contract and
bond with proper and eulllclout cue nriettes for its faith
ful performance.
Plans and specifications for,tho building can be seen
YeTritt P r "e ;r ti r No at It e' li b l i ercti o t r ile th lib t r7r 4 y it YM o n h g n
there every iniorination respecting materials and work
manually will be given, '
The kroposala must be sent to the once of the COM•
miseioner, and addressed to John Rice, and endorsed
"Proposals for the United Retell Post•office at Phila
delphia," and will be opened at noon of the cast-named
day for resetting the same. 4011b1 1110 E,
nor 12.11tde12 Comm ism on e r.
-fat tireof fiafea
SAJ. AM . A TWEA SAFES.
lane assortment or
EVANS & WATSON'S
Pll ILADELPHIA MANUFACTURED
SALAMANDER SAVES,
VAULT DOORS,
For Banks and Stores.
BAHR LOONS,
- Squid to any now in nee.
IRON DOORS, BHUTTERB, /co.,
On at good term es any other establishment in the
Milted ago, by
EVANS k WATSON,
NO. IS South FOURTH street,
Philadelphia.
ealla-tt
PLHASE OIVJ De A CALL
Communion illercliants.
H. OHASE & 00.
o p
• GENERAL
COMMISSION_ MERCHANTS,
48 Neith FRON't and 44 WATER Street, Philadelphia.
gONSTANTLIf UCEIYINO
CLOVER SEED
On oonrippseul , from the Interior or Pennsylvania,
where Or new Cleaning Mill is now In general use.
Also, TIMOTHY AND PM TOP always on
eel2•jr
,]ANDY ta;IMBIdNER-:-001ii.M.INSION
LA. MEROIIANTS and Dealers In Foreign and. Arne
dean DANDWANN arid OIITLEBY, Nos, 28, 2b and 27
North FIFTH Striet, Nut side ahoy. Oonunoroe arrant,
Philadelphia.
VIIAR IM LES , TETE, COMMISSION'
q MER
(Neer) lea and Imp r
oter f PECIAR.S.
AM
Waleut street. mond story. eel-ly
EOSIN.L-40033ABRELS SOAPMAXERS
=woo lithe per eabooner P. U. Planner
for NW & BIACIALUITBS,
OA.IIY $OlO WllO/ *OA
Savings /ants
Cl/WING PIIRD-FIVE PER CENT. IN
TERYST—NATIONAL SAIRTY TRUST 00M•
PANY —WALNUT STREET BOUTHAYEBT CORNER
OF THIRD, PHILADELPHIA.
INooppoaAvlD Dr TON BTATM Or PINOBTLYAMIA.
• -
Money V received In any snm, large °Taman, and In
terest paid from the day of deposit to the day of with
drawal.
The office le open every day from 9 o'clock In the
morning till 7 o'clock in the evening, and on Monday
and Thursday (moulage till 9 o'clock.
HON. HENRY L BENNER, President,
ROBERT SELYItIDOE, Vice President.
WY. J. Rain, secretary.
Dittitneozn:
Hon. Henry L. Benner, 0. Landreth Manna,
Edward L. Carter, P. Carroll Brewster,
Robert Selfridge, Joseph B. Barry
Semi. K. Ashton, Henry L. Churchman,
.Tamea B. Smith, Propels Lee.
Money in received and payments made daily.
The Investments are triads in conformity with the
provisions of the Charter, in KRAL ESTATE MORT.
GAGES, GROUND RENTS, and such first dun securi
ties as will always insure perfect security to the depuni
torn, and which cannot fall to give permanency and Ida.
bility to thin institution. aulay
Mal). 88 (241) DOCK STREET.—FIVE
1 PER CENT. STATE SAVINGS FUND.
N . O. 88 (241) DOCK STREET. FIVE
/1 PER CENT. STATE SAVINGS FUND.
83 (241) DOCK STREET.—FIVE
PER PENT. STATE SAVINGS FUND.
N O. 83 (241) DOCK STREET.—FIVE
P E R CENT. STATE SAVINGS FUND. .N-17
lllacbitgrp cutb Iron.
;ANVIL •. PlOOBll MID=
WILLIAM N. MIaMOM.
SOUTIrWARK FOUNDRY,
PLPTLI AND WASHINGTON num,
171111.4.011Li111A.
•
MERRIOK Sc SONS,
'ENGINEERS AND MACHINISTS,
manufacture High and Low Pressure Steam Engines, for
Land, River, and Marine service.
Boilers, Gasometers, Tanks, Iron Boats, ito., Out
ings of all kinds, either Iron or Braes.
Iron frame roofs for Cu Works, Workshops, Railroad
Stations, &a
Retorts and Ges Machinery of the latest and most
improved construction.
Every description of Phintation machinery, snob as
Sugar, Saw, and Grid Mills,
,Vacaum Pane, Open Steam
Trilus, Defrosters, Bitten, Pumping Engines, Ao.
Role Agents for N. Ballet:La's Patent Sugar Bolling
Apparatus; Nesmytk's Patent Mum Hammon P.
Rose' Patent Valve Motion for Blut Muldnery and
Mum Pumps.
Superintendent—B. H. BARTOL.
TICHARD NORRIS & SON, LOOO3/9-
TIVE
STEAM 'ENGINE BUILDERS,
lIIIIV/IXTHINTII STRUT, HAMILTON, FAIIITIMIP AXD
/THING LUMEN STREET/,
PRILABELPRIA.
Engaged exclusively in the manufaetare of
LOCOMOTIW, STEAM ENGINES.
Manufacture to order Locomotives of any arrange.
want, weight or capacity, for the use of Wood or Cabe,
or Ilsiummetts Coal in sts crude stars, er
ANTHRACITE COAL,
WIT 1100? MIMING 811000, GAS Of 7111.
In design, material and workmanship, the Locomo
tives produced at these Works are equal to, and not ex.
milled by any. The materials used In construction are
made on the spot and Insure the beet quality and mat
reliable stook. The large extent of Shops,.and Com.
plate Rgaipnunt of Machinery and Tools, enable
them to execute the
BST OF WORK WITH GICIIAT DESPATCH,
OT ANT ARRANOISMIRT REQUIRBIL
MILLED OAR WHEELS, HAMMERIp AXLES,
With Povgiugs of any else or form,
D
IRON AN BRASS CASTINGS,
And MAOHINE WORK generally.
RICHARD EORaia. ILISRY LATLIIII6 fOEIII.
ant-1y
PENN STEAK ENGINE AND BOIL.
SR WORKS.
REANEY, NEAFIE & CO.,
PRACTICAL AND THEORETICAL ENGINEERS
MACHENIRTE, BOILER-MAKERS, BLACK•
SMITHS AND POUNDERS.
...• . • . •
Haying for many years been In stmeessful operation,
and been exclusively engaged in building and repairing
Marine and Elver Engines, high and low pressure, Iron
Boats, Water Tanks, Propellers, &e., . respectfully
otter their services to the public as being Intl prepared
to contract for Engines of all slices, Marine, hirer, and
Btationary. Baying sets of patterns of different sizes,
are prepared to execute orders with quick despatch.
Every description of Patters-making made at the
shorted notice. High and Low Premiere, Fine, Tubu
lar and Cylinder Boilers of the beet Pennsylvania char
coal iron. Forging' of ' all ekes and kinds; Iron and
Braes Castings of all descriptions; 801 l Turning, &crew
Cutting, and ell other work connected with the above
business.
Drawings add specifications for all work done at their
establishment free of charge, lad work guaranteed.
The subscribers hare ample wharf dock room for re
pairs of boats, where they can lay lit perfect safety, and
are provided with 'bear., blocks, falls, Ao., he., for
raising heavy or light weighte.
THOMAS HEANEY,
JACOB G. NEAIII,
JOHN P. LEVY,
and-y BEACH and PALMER Streets, Kensington.
NOTIOE.-CIIESTNIIT STREET
11 BRIDGE.
PLANS AND ESTIMATES for a Bridge over the
River Schuylkill, on the line of Chestnut street, In the
City of Philadelphia, will be received by the Chief Bn.
glueer and Surveyor, at the DEPARTMENT OP SUR
VEYS, City Building, FIPTII Street, le'ow Walnut,
until the second day of January% 18511. Pil‘l Bridge to
be of the following dimensions, without any pier, or
with not more than one yler in the water•way; the
materials of construction throughout to be indestructi
ble by ere.
Distance between abutments 386 feet
. • -
Width of Bridge,
out to out, not leu than.. 43 "
Elevation above low water tri 14
For an arch the aprlngleg line should not be Imo than
eleven feet above low water.
The Plus and Bitbutes will be received under the
arrangement and eonditlong specified In the ordl-
Lance of Councils, approved November 2d, 1857, u
vie :
Ssortox 2. That all plane and estimate tube received
by the Chief Engineer. and Surveyor of the City of Phila
delphia, each plan and estimate to bear a private mark,
and be accompanied by a sealed communication having
a corresponding mark thereon, so that the name of the
designer may not be known until the plan most ap
proved shall have been selected.
Seortox 3. That all such plans and estimates Mull,
when received, become the property of the City of Phila
delphia, and shall be prooented within two months after
the pa.uage of this ordinance, when it chili be the duty
of the Chief Engineer and Surveyor, by and with the
advice of the Committee on Surveys and Regulatione,
to invite a commission conelsting of three civil engi
neers, who, In conjunction with the Chief Engineer and
Surveyor of the City, shall examine and decide upon the
relative merits and applicability of the plane presented,
to the Bridge site proposed, and report to Councils the
number of plane received, the names of the deeigners,
and the character end 'Minuted coet of the three plane
by them preferred.
SICTION 4. It shell bo the duty of the Chief Commis•
Moser of Highways upon a certificate presented and
signed by the Chief' Engineer end Surveyor, to issue
warrants in paymenkof the cost of the aforesaid adver
tisements, and also in favor of those persons who may
have presented the three plane preferred by said tom
miesion ; to the first in point of merit, the sum of $4010;
to the second, $250, and to the third $100; said warrant.
to be charged to Item No. 19 of appropriation made to
the Department of Highways, &a., for the year 1817,
approved March 10, 1057. i
Per further information, or fur creel section of river,
address ST RICKLAND KNRA SS,
Chief Engineer and Surveyor City of Philad a.
noo-dtjan3
MAROHANT's
ORYSTALOGRAP*,
OR PIIOTOGRAPIIIO idINIATII IN OIL,
N. ]t. corner of EIORTII. and L CURT.
The above pictures differ essentsalir from anything
ever before offered to the public. Their aoftneu, sad
truth of color and outline, extraordinary mioutetteas
and accuracy of detail, Insure, of uecomity, the greatest
fidelity of resemblance; while the 'evenly of the or
deal to which they are exposed in manipulation equally
settles the question of their permanence. These facts
enable the subscriber to offer them, with the grandest
satisfaction and confidence, to the public and to hie
friends.
They are secured by lettere patent to, and can be had
ONLY of E. D, lILROEILNT.
1 - • Portrait/ of the cabinet, and life mile on canvas
as heretofore. en ]B-3m
DUBUC L AMP S.—THE PUBLIC IS
respectfully informed that Officea hare been opened
by the District Superintendents of Public Lighting, at
which citizens are requested to give Information respect.
Mg accidents which may happen lathe Public Lamps; or
of any failure In lighting or extinguishing them at the
proper thne,• or if not propbrly cleaned and in good
lighting condition. The Books will be kept bpJoseph
Daily, No. 808 Wharton st., First Ward; Charles Carty,
No. 18 South Seventh street, Ninth Ward; Hiram 3.
Kirk, No. 1439 Hutchinson street, Twentieth Ward; IL
W. Denhoug, No. 2231 Coates greet, Fifteenth Ward;
Thos.Y.l3owlby, Gam Office, Twenty•FourthWanl, (West
Philadelphia;) 11. H. 81'Fadden, Gas Office, Twenty-
Second Ward, (Germantown;) Wm. N. , Market, Gas
Office, Twenty-Thlrd Ward (Prankford,) and at the
G. Office in Seventh street, below Market.
By order of the Trustees of the Philadelphia Gas
Works A. J. KITE,
Superintendent of Distribution.
DRILADELPIIIA TYPE FOUNDRY
-11 W.. Cor. THIRD and CHESNUT Sta.
L. rELouzs dr. 80N, thankful for the liberal pa
tronage heretofore accorded to their Zillahligment,
snd desirous to merit Its continuance would announce
to Printers and Publishers that their new BPEOIMEN
BOOK is now ready, and from their huressed
are now prepared to tumid, every thing necessity In •
complete Printing Zetabliehment, at the ahortest no
tice. Their long practical experience In the business,
end the fact of their personal euperintendence of the
manufacturing department, justilles them in asserting
that they can furnish a more durable and better lin.
!died article than their ootempurarlee.
Those, therefore, who desire Printing Materiel',
would do well to apply to them previous to purabacing
elsewhere.
Old type taken at 9 cents per pound, in exchange for
new at specimen prlcen. .¢I-tt
!`COLD MINE FOR SALE.-THE SUB-
A-A scriber offers for sale. with a perfect title, the
property known as the REID GOLD AND COPPER
MINI:, situated Smiles Irons Concord, Cabarrus county,
North Carolina. With the mine is a plantation of 745
acres of excellent land, well watered and wooded, and
a large MANSION MIME, with barns, miners , houses,
powder and engine house, and other building.; new
steam engine, 45 horse power ; Million mills, stamps,
pumps, ke., embracing all the machinery and tools ne
ceisary for the full equipment of n. mine, in good order.
The mine has been worked at intervals for the last 60
years, and hug always been profitable to resident pro
prieters, but line never been worked for any length of
time with an engine and machinery. The shafts and
galleries are welt conatrucied. the stoppings have Lever
been taken out, and from 50 to 76 miners can be profit
ably employed in the old workings. On the property Is
a formidable vein of copper and lead, which has never
been worked, and a new gold vein has been discovered
niece the first of this month, at whioli three men have
been at work, taking out fifteen hundred dollars a day,
with a good prospect of its continuance.
no:-Gm CHARLES J. GILBERT, 181 Broadway.
CI4EAP SUMMER FIIEL.—GAS COKE,
of excellent quality, is sold at the PIIILADELPIIIA
GASWORKS for the reduced price of five cents a bUthel,
and may be obtained to large or email quantity by ap
plying at the Oas Office, No. 20 South SEVNNT/I
Street.
To Purehasera by Wholesale, it is sold at the Works,
In Stir.% Ward, by the ton, at a price equivalent to An
thracite,ts2 60 per ton.
(Bigned,) J. 0. CRESSON, Engineer.
PRILADSL.PkI/R G& WORKS, Aug. 26,'67. 5027-t7
fiGAGH, ENGINE AND HOTEL LAMP
llJJ?eateryof E. W DSSIIERS, No.loo (late 43)'8outh
EIGHTH, below Chestnut street, has become a saving
of 60 per cent. to our SOUTHERN AND WESTERN
6110011ANTEI, and also the convenience of having their
old Carriage Lampe new ellver.topped and bottomed,
end cant by anima to all parts ion IT
n ExAmcs,—lo,ooo—rniNTEß,l A
R Cants per Hour: ..,,,sty IV
n. I . MO flat vro orerlwto4 1,1 a I •WU
0 , 0 leo'. A
. r.otalas 44444 ruts
.... r cx We Mr U
rue, 0.... a mom D
L „.4310 m - Tr• Tirmund C.d. P. fk..1. , E
Si or w , . th .,,,, I w o 00.—Fahion pad, rednal. D
1
MARCUS BAST,
No. 204 NORTH TIIIRD STREET,
WHOLESALE AND DETAIL BOOKSELLER,
Ilas for sale TUN AMERIOANREADER—a new hook,
designed by Its author, A. D. BALK TARR, for the use
of the higher classes la the Acedentle. pd Schools of
Arnelto* tit dittin OtadDSIO loopy, Ao2-lm
insnrante Companies.
: IFE INSURA_NOE AND TRUST COM
-11-0
OPANT .—The PENN MUTUAL LIPS INEKIRANOB
COMPANY, Southeast Corner of TRIED and DOOK
Streets. Capital, 11812,7:26.03.
INSURES LIVES for short tense, or for she thole
term of life—grants annnitles and 'endowments—pur
chases life on interests in Real Estate, and matte ell
contracts depending on the contingencies of Life.
They sot as Executors, Adenirdstrators, deepest,
Trustees, and Ouirdlans. ,
TIM/MM.
Daniel L Miller, Samuel E. Stokes,
Benjamin COMMA, William Martin ,
Itichard S. Newbold, Jame. B. McFarand,
W illiam P. Hacker, Joseph IL Trotter, •
William H. Kern, Janne Elision,
Samuel 0. Racy. Tbeophllas Paulding,
Charles Ila'Howell, Edmund A Bauder,
Henry C. Townsend, Daniel L. Dutchinson,
Rudolphus Kent, • John W. Roamer,
William H. Carr, Ellis 8. Archer,
Edward T Molt, Samuel J. Christian,
William Robertson, Joseph M. Thomas,
Warner 11. Rilain. John 0. Brenner,
P.B allehler, Easton.
DANIEL L. 8.111,14 M, President.
BABIOBL S. STOKES, The Pres't.
Joni W. Noma. Secretary'. n 1347
HOWARD FIRE AND MARINE IN
81171tANOE COMPANY—oinee No. 413 WALNUT
Street, Philadelphia. The following statement of the
affairs of the company Is published to conformity with a
provision of its ehirter :
PREMIUMS REMITS, FltUll AUGUST 1, MSS, TO AUGUST
at, WM.
$39,729 SI
... 217,703 52
224 00
Fire premiums
Martin, premiums...
Perpetual mealtime
Total amount prcminnul taken
Earned ere premiums 25,072 95
Earned marina premiums 165,005 00-180,076 66
Deduct return prom' rmp...
Net owned
Marine 16'168;41d. $03,686 76
Fire loves paid.... 8,031 11
$101,916 66
Salvage re
ceived—. $760 57
Interest re•
B e - insnn
ante 2 971 62 —B,OBB 66 911 ) 838 70
.Expenses for commissions to
agents, abatements In lien or
,trip, Mace rent,
furnisbthr oftpis, bgoka , sta.
toner'', ka 60,4116 64
Profit and loan . 80--10112:2 21
Net profit $25,076
Cash ou hand. ...... $19,613 39
Dills receivable 119,231 02
gond' end mortgtges 165,000 00
Stocks ..... ...t 00
Stock notes 112,000 00
Due by agents end
others 211,312 93
DIRECTORS.
P. M. Potts, Wm. F. Leech,
C. E. Spangler, R. T. Resat t,
Abraham Rex . H. H. Houston,
Wm. 11. Wood's, Jas. R. Withers,
Geome Howell, Abraham P.dtgre,
J. Edgar Thomson, W. Miguel,
C. O. Sower, Charles F. Norton,
John W. Sexton, John H. Lewars,
Herman Haupt, James E. EMMA,
Nether' R. Potts, H. H. Ithillingford.
PERCIVAL M. POTTS, President
O. E. 5P•301.31, Vies President..
W. 11. Wooos, Secretary.
val. R. T. KURIL, Treasurer
FIRE INSURANCE.
SPRING CURREN FIRE INSURANCE COM
PANY.
CAPITAL $120,000, PAID IN CASH,
AND SECURELY INVESTED,
017105, N. W. CORNER 01 SIXTH AND WOOD
STS. SPRING GARDENS.
CHARTER PERPETUAL.
LOSSES PROMPTLY PAID.
DIRROT ORS.
John H. Dottnert, Henry H. Phil. s,
David Woelpper, Lewis Shirmaok
Benjamin Davis, John Landoll,
John Evans, Jr Charles Field,
Anley M. Past, William E. Woo ,
douses Dornell, John B. Stevenson,
Jacob 8. Dthatter ) Curwio Stoddard.
Henry Homer, Thos. D. Myst:unit,
George E. Childs.
JOHN H. DOHNERT, President.
L. KRUMBEAKR, Secretary. Sept 21-Iy.
NEPTUNE INSURANCE COMPANY.—
..I.N 07710 E ell WALNUT Bt., 7naktin Buildings.
FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE.
CAPITAL 11041,000, WITH PRITILIOR so UMBRAS)!
TO W0 ; 000.
Thla Company is now fatly organ cad, and prepared to
make all kinds of Insurance vend loss or damage by
Fire and Marine Perils, at current rataa.
OPPICSM.
H. O. LATIGHLTN, President.
RICHARD SHIELDS, Tin President.
CEO. SCOTT, Boorettn.
DIRSOfoRS.
11. 0. Laughlin,
D. Sherwood,
Wm. Osborne,
Richard Shields,
T. P. 131tewell,
T ' QUAKER CITY INSURANCE
COMPANY, Mee No. 408 (late P 2) WALNUT St.
Capital and Surplus, $240,000.
This Company continues to mats Insuranos
loss or damage by Firs Lod Om Pulls of The See, frLad
Navigation and Transportation EJl at current rats*.
PNICIB.
President— 030 0 .
H. HAAT • ,
TWO rreiliditots—B. P. apse,
Secretary and Thimeursta-11 R. CKNSIDIEHALL.
Aadstaat Beeretary-8. U. BIJTLIR., ,
ROTORS.
Camp H. Hart, R. W.
I. P. Ross, OtiarLes l nl,
•. O. WW 111
I, W. D. Lewis, r.,
Joseph Edwards, J. L. Pomeroy,
John O. Dale, AMA's Olumalware,
Hon. Henry H. Paper, H. R Castilian,
roster 8. Perkins . Samoa Jones, M. D.,
John U. Chambers, A. P. Oketabroaghi.
as 5.17
ARCTIC FIRE INSURANCE CONFA
NT, NEW YORK.--0f o, No IN Wall 'treat, ad
joining the Mechanics' Beat.Oash tat 112110A100,
with a imrplus. This Company imam Me.
ottandiss, lanallass, Tassels in port sad their
and other property„ against Lose or Damp llog Nee mot
the Bilks of Inland Navigation.
DIRSOTORIL
Henry Helmet, Joshua L. Pops,
Caleb Barstow, Rotas B. Graise,
Henry 0. Brewer, Henry Dlll/il,
Edmund Polaroid; CI. 11. Liliaaßtal,
Hanson K. Corning, Theo. Tatham's, jr,
Ogdos Usegarty, Illsha R. Morgan,
Thofiass Managua, Alma. R. Van Nest,
John H. Earle, Williams A. Cary,
Albert Ward, Thomas S. Mon,
Charles Parton, James W. Phillips,
Louis Loral, ObarlerA. they,
Samuel G. Glidden, Edward Blacken,
M.A., Cambreltag, Wm. N. Shepard,
Thom* Scott, Charles L. Frost,
John Want, Lathrop L. 'Burge'',
Henry K. Bogert, William R. Fosdick,
Peter Ides, Emery Thayer,
Benjamin H. Field, Geo. Waetreldt,
A. R. Trothinghlun: Salmon Taylor,
Thom. P. Youngs Henry B. Illoasont.
' Samuel L. Mitchell, ,
ALBERT WARD, Prealdent.
RIM/ ID A. INILIT, Secretary. as 10-ly
MAIITJ A A N 7URERS' rer IN ui tti I t t l A N C
ted !.
the State of Perms 'wants. Capital, i600,0T 71.4
DlllOlOll3.
Aaron N. Llppinoott, Chula Wise, )
Wm A. Rhodes, Alfred Weeke,
Charles J. Yield, lambs P. 804114
Wm. B. Thommi, J. RlAlio Bsok,
Wm. Neal, John P. Simons,
AARON 8. LIPPINCOTT, President.
WM A. RHODES, Vice President.
A.LIFRED WXYXB, Peorstary. .
J. W. MARTIRN, Burreyor.
This Company was organized with a melt metal, and
the Directors hare determined to adapt the business to
its available resonrcea—to Atom prudence in conduct.
ibg Ito affair,, with a prompt adjustment of lows.
°Moe No. 10 Merchants' Y.gehange, Philadelphia.
THE MERCANTI
RANOR COMPANY 0
No. =I WALNUT Street, o
RING RISKS on Female, C
LAND TRANSPORTATIO
Canals, Boate r and other •
ALL TIIR PROFITS Wei
eared, and ample security •
E MUTUAL INSU-
P ADELPICIA.-041ce
ppoid to the Kzeharaga. MA
argoas, and Freights. IN
N BMA, per Railroads,
dad
am:wally among td. At.
cases oe Loa.
Edward Harris Mlles,
John M. Odenhelmer,
Mahlon Williamson,
Samuel J. Sharplen,
lease Jenne.,
Henry Preaut,
Rivard O. James,
William L. Springs,
Pranklin 0. Jones,
Daniel Haddock, Jr.,
William Taylor,
James Murphy,
Wm. W. Smith,
A. J. Antolo,
Samuel L.
ED l Wejl
AL Ll XI
Sou 0. Eines, t
PHARVER AX
V INSURANCE ' COMP.
Out Capitol $390,000. _
vicinity adjusted at the PA,
By Dm* me-refer to .
1
D. B. Brawn A Co._, Phila. Iron. Joel Jones, Phila.
Chaffee., 'Stout tr. Co., " lion. Rufus Choate, Beaton
hacker, Lea & Co. " lion. T.. S. Williams, Itartid
We have facilities for p acing any amount of Insu
rance in the most reliable Campania.
PHILADELPHIA GENERAL INSURANCE
AGENCY, No. all told No. 141) CHESTNUT ST.
THOMPSON ..k ROOD,
Agents.
Thomas T. Ent:lse,
Akerson E. Ashburnor
I Alfred Fusin,
Thoniu B. Poster,
.Gnstavas English ;
James E. Stroup,
Altrei Blade,
A. G. Cattail,
Charles B. ()Ararat',
Samuel Robinson,
John 0. Keifer,
John P. Steiner,
Henry kiranabo,
Wrat e T Caner,'
reattborg.
REIS MIESEP, t.
pee Prit.
• aul•l7-•
•
MX Ma) *LE
Y of HANTIOND, CONN.
• so hi YllNsialphis sad
• stpkis Office.
tiailroab tines
NORTH PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD
WINTER ARRANGEMENT.
DETHLEIth'3I, EASTON, ALLENTOWN, MAUCH
CHUNK, WILKESBARRE, DOYLIZTOWN, he.
On and after Wednesday, Npvember 4th, MT, the
triple on this road will leave Irhiladelphia daily (Sun.
dayx,exeopted) as follows:
Fdr Bethlehem { Easton Allentown Manch Chunk, and
Wilkesbarre (Expense) at 9 A. 31.
For Bethlehem, Allentown, and Mauch Chunk, (Ex
pos,) In connection with L. V. It. R. and canton, by
stage, from Iron Hill Station, at 2 15 P. M.
For Doylestown, (Accommodation,) at 4 30 P. 51.
Ydr Owynedd, do. at 10 A. 31
On Tuesdaye and Fridays the 10 A. 31. train will rub
through to Doylestown, leaving Doylestown to return
at 1.36 P.M
_. . . . .
TRAINS FOR PHILADELPHIA
Leave Bothalens (Bapreee,) at 9 A.M., and 2.25 P.M.
Leave Doylestown, (Accommodation ' ) It 6.35 A. hi
Leave Gwynedd,
ON SUNDAY do. at 2 :53 P. M.
S.
For I from
Gwynedd 915 A. Dl.Gwynedd 2 20 P.ll
Doylestown 4 30 P. M. I Doylestown 6 S 5 A.ll
Fare to Bethlehem 81 50
~ Htsueh Chunk 2 110
4, Wilkesbarre 450
PASSENGER DEPOT,
FRONT and WILLOW Ste , phits
ALLIS OLARK, Agent.
Lumber.
LUMBER I LUMBER I—Tho subscriber,
who has for several years occupied the premises at
Sloan , ' Planing Mill, Remington has removed to
COATDS STREET WHARF, edjo lniog the Plennis
Planing Dill, on Delaware avenue, where be intends
keeping a large susiortment of Caro lina and other Seer
lag looards, steps, risers, shelving, ceiling, reeving and
scaffold boards, thoroughly seasoned and welt worked
For sale at the lowest cash prices. Purchasers are in-
Meal to call and examine for themselves, log every if.
fort will be made to give satisfaction. Orders received
and supplled at the shortest notice for alt kinds and
line of Southern yellow Pine, Timber and Scantling.
yid-tr S. 8. RICHT,.
FLOORING BOARDS-2.3,680 feet Caro
lino flooring bosads, afloat, for sale by
MARTN' & WILOAUBiIIa
qt 110 Wartlh Wet., fitwkt
LENWOOD CEMETERY OFF/OR, NO.
G
111 WALNUT t i Wow flin, so UK
ToWESTERN TRAVELLERS. •
SPRING ANDEMMER AgRANOIWRETR.
NORTHERN CENTRAL RAILWAY.
TWO DAILY TRAINS FROM RALTUEORE TO
nrraeunon AND THE WEST.
On and atte, Jame 1857,TW0 DAILY TARIM
sill leave Calvert Station for rEttaburgh andaD West
ern and South or Northwestern cities.
THE MORNING MAIL TRAIN
Leaves Baltimore daily` Conde r y excipted) 11.11 A.
It • cenneetind with the Mal Teem over I , llesiod
'areas Railroad, and arriving in Pittsbunh at L •
A. M. , -
THE AFTERNOON BXPRIBB 111
Leaves Baltimore daily (Stutstay excepted, t. W.
for Harrisburg%
THE NIGHT EXPRESS TRAIN
Leave, Baltimore EVERY NIGHT at 10 T. W., ton
necting with the Lightning Examen over the Nannyll
vaulo.ltailroad for Pittsburgh, arriving et 1-Blt 1F- W.
7All them tram conned closely at Pfttsbarg
witaißll over the Pittsburgh, Fort Worse sod
Chicago Rai irsmi, and He Northern, Soother* and
Western tonneettoca.
Itr Passengers for Oldesgo, Roth labtatl,Dor=
ton, lowa City, liihmodee, Delmont., St. Pao?
son, and other leading cities In the Northweets4•lls*
one hundred mile of treed not as hours In fine, with
four Isis change, of ears, by totin= k roote.
ID" Pnger. for Cleveland. y. and
Detroit, assego by this route, and the time is wwq
betas 113 miler shorter than by any other route: mil"'
fl Perengers for St. Louis, Indianapolis, Rem
Haute, Cairo, and all points on the I , 3rr lad 15 PPer
maks less changes of airs,. arrive is ad
vance of any other route; and to Cincinnati Codm.lie s s,
Dayton, Louisville , and other prominent cities, ail %plot
as by any other route.
All Western Baggage CHISCIRD THROWN sal
hum Val. with co-r.
s-Z56,14T •3
FOR T'MR NORTH.
The 3 15 A M. enoneet• dye, Al* Xining Trans
aver the Dauphin road for Williamsport,
Rochester, Buffalo, Niagara Yells, an Ouniffil:lnk%m
forming the moat direct railway rest* to lierthinatera
„Pennsylvania and Western Nen Ten.. Palimony ER
Ind this the shorten„ sheapast,anc.mon axpethiloas
route to Nissan Fails and Canada.
Through Tkketa an land Ur PhOadabobta via Co.
tumble and Lan:eater by all the heisted 313 each, tads
traln having enre , eoaueetioen. PU/10121IPTS II this
route /mold treatelled bridteaa,,aodall the inensiniane•
,of ferrying serum the Bunn river.
Passengers for Minor sr, Mani enter. Oen Res.
nattaburie, Carlisle Chamberstim4, go by tam at.
Bit A. If., and E P. If.
WESTMINSTER ERASER.
The Carl on this road maks one trip pu day, seanset.
Mg with the train at 3P. M. ,
For THROUGH TICKXTS and farther betenunten,
of Ca
applylv at ert tbeand Plaidha nklin dro Wise. Cla n te e ert Many X. X. draft
.
eepitt.tf Q. C. Aram* *et.
slosl/10 lii)
N NSTJAANIA. • .P.. -THig
dalir Ozzinia. maim, ieriiiiieHog:the M
issies Ottles tettl Weaken, Rorm nuten liewtik•
Imam •atattite kr sontizens, Aired. We
Road also eonnette et Pitta baryl with daily Una of
stamen' to all porta on the Wesiatn Biters, sad at
Cleveland and Baodnaky with Maar= to all p porta
leahrtf h-weeteme Lekte Hie
imi lluvar.
3Hp med RELLTH ro W
east IserO irs tc7l. 161
I. ‘ier ea
t ons.
Ha
Yine CL/114.41b414, Ikstee,gatutd
CaCaps, Mita, pry (MOO*
n Vivilifahaff*,"
and bales) leathers, Pug, 1t0..-....114a. pat MA
Isocnin CLasit—Doottstle Mt=
=and 'Slain, OA
rugs (in . -maks), Mama*,
Leather, (in roll* at boxes), Wool, •
and &keep Pelts, Yastward, Ls. ko....itien par MTh
MID 01.11S—Anoib Steel, MAIM._
(b 2 cask.), Hemp, ' Bacon sad Pork,
Batted, 0 -0424 or in asekov TObaee.,
mumfactared,(azeept Cigars Sr art
• .te., ka • We-, rat Eli De
Poem etaaa—Cottee, Nish, Beam
- Beef, amhP_ ,ork Oa auks or bozo;
• eastward), Lard aad Lard 011, Hula,
•
Bode Ash, GermanCLay, Pm, Pita,
Bala, ire 64e. pjtyll ae
nocra-7k. per bbl., until farther notice.
Gorton-$3 per bale, not exceeding Me AIL areklet,
until further notice. -_
1754,096 84
- -
In attipidac Mood' Irmo any point lad Or 26611a11id
HathporhernlarlottallapaCitaff• " via Peossieleasio
cad." Moods canal sod to the ligeaste . l4
Road, at Philadelphia, pittabarsh, vitt mmet
ip
without detention.
Fanfare &atm.—Harris, %Fermin& Co.. 1001.0014
Tenn.; 1. P. Ow k Go., Pt. Login, Me. • P. O.
& Franeeilla, Indiana; Danteanii, 1411 k Oiy
and Carter it Jewett. Louisville my.; X. 0.2116111.
dram, Madison, Ind.; K . W. Brain Co., taielawlif
A Co., Cincinnati ; N. W. Graham & Co.,
11.881
Ohio; Leech
N Co. No. 64 Kilbyetreet, =
& Co.,
o. 9 Astor Hones, New Perk, No. 1 114.
and No. 6 Battery Place, Iteo York • Z. J.
Philadelphia; Walpole Boost, .11nIttansor ili M
Sew" Pittsburgh.
. . .
NEW YORK LINES-TUB CARD
r AND AMBOY RAILROAD AND PMEASIBMITA
AND TRENTON RAILROAD COMPANY'S LISU..
PROM PKILADRIPELL TO NEW YORK, AD 11FA
Lute as follows, vim
lAA L, from benaington Depot, via 39104
Cit Lall 101
At 6 A. M., via Camden and .1.7.7 City, New Ite
m' Aooommolation
At 6A. M., via Camden and Amboy Lenomeaste.
At f A'., via Canaan and Jersey City, limaing
Mall _ a
At 10 A. 11., by steamboat Trenkm, via lately
sod Jerry City, Mot
At 2 P. M., via Cac.den and Amboy, 0. sod A. I*
At M. via amiss and Jemmy CIV, basin
Mail
At a P. 11., via Catalina and Amboy., Aecomemdav
Mos, Alt Class
At 3 P. IL, via Camden and Amboy, lemasmedse
non, 2.d Clam.
At It P. M., via Canaan and Anatiey, Amommont
tioa, fat Clan
At 0 P. M., via
Clue Camilem sal - Amboy, Aeemosolev
Dee, lad
The P. line rem - en Mims Desdays ex
"ranee Lbw stop at Qv prissi stations only
Par Deltidere, Mistos, Plasington, At., at A.
mad 4 P. Al., from Wahat snort wiser/.
(Irmo Waster,
w. O. Btotestrcui,
R. M. Carlllo,
0. 0. BOtlor,
Geo. Scott. [6,09-y
For Water asp, Stroudsburg, fkuoatas, Wl:bobbin
blootross, Groat Dead, tr., at lA. IL, via Delano
Ladowansa at Waste= barged.
for hipshold, at 6 .1.. M. sad I P. K.
lar Mount Reny at T /.
1.162
. IL sad tii. $ as& 1 P. U.
16.61 , oi6
lot Mriatok Trootoo, &cat( met S. P. M.
WAS
for Palmyra, lammate, breads, )laltagtee. Ilardea
lova i.e. at 3 W.
/Samba' at RI P.
MED STOCISTON Tee Sombastama
and intersen dist' Om= at 33i P
Steamboat 7M - .(31 for 'fuses at Is mad 11%
M., aoSSP.M.
M.
'nueAll Ha, =opt I A. 111., Wm Irani slaw
c3-Ity pounds of bagpipe only allows& emit pos.
w ager. Passengers are ohibited from taking nay
thing se Wore but their wearing Apparel. AO h.ige
pie over any poondo to be pool for *run. She C.
pasty 'tout their remponelbillty for bozga.p• to nee dam&
per pound, and will not be !labia for foy losetat
yoad 1100 1 except by special contract.
VI SI. L. GATZMYR, Asset
C. & A. R. CO.
B. B. MORRELL. boot
Te.it. IL Os.
SPRI G ARRANGEMENT.—' NM-
L SYLVANIA CENTRAL RAILROAD —Rmealight
direct connection nth the
DITTZBURDII, PORT **Aln *ND liedoo Zan
ROAD.
for Math:matt Et Louis !Nava city,
MEI
~ ---
Indianapolia, Cleveland,' ' Hausa%
Terre Haute, Men°, jiebravm
In*lrene. of an other routes out of Philadelphra.
...
RMEIMIME2ZE2
Leave Philadelphia, for Pittsburgh and western tithe,
from the Pennsyivania Railroad PiliatO4er Station,
sonth•eut corner of ELEYriTII and MA.n.ST streets,
(entrance on Eleventh itnet,) as Inflows :
Train. at T—,A. M.
Feat lane at 1213, P.
lilxprese ifai2 at 11 00, RIOS.
Columbia R. R. Lisa leaves far Ilarriabneg at 2211, P.
If., Lancaster )Accommodution,) at 4.30, P. M.
The Express Mail runs daily, the other tress, floc
days excepted.
For further particular, iee hand-bills, at the Menai
Marling-points. Passengers from the West oil:land this
the shortest and most expedition, route to Philadelphia,
Baltimore, New York or Boston.
THOMAS It&ORE, Agent,
Passenger Line Pennsylvania Railroad Co.
Philadelphia, February, MM. sully
VHI LADELPILIA, GERNANTO' N
AND N OR RI B TOR N RAILROAD.—WIWTBR
RANORMENT.—On and after MONDAY, Warr
19th, ISM.
Leave Philadelphia at 0. 7X, EIX. 9X,113 A. M., 2,
3-10 min. 4,6, 6,7, 6, and 11 P. M.
Leave Germantown at OX, 7.33 min. 8,9, 10X A. It.
1-10, SlO min. 4, 5, 6, 7,8, and 10 P. M.
ID' The 7.31 o'clock A. M. Train from Gormantawa
will atop only at Wayne Street Station.
ON SUNDAYS,
Leave Philadelphia at 9 'Si min. M.. 2 and 6x P. M.
Leave Germantown 8 20 uda. A. X., 1- 10 mlu. and
5.45 mirk P.M.
CHESTNUT HILL RAILEOS.D.
Lea►e Philadelphia at 73j, 11)f, A. 11., 2, 4. 0,
and 9 P. M.
Leave Chestnut 11111 at 116,11-404.3410-10 sun. A.
1260, 2-60, 6-10 saO.T-49 aAa.Y. IL ,- •
ON WONDAYS. -
/eau, Philadelphia. 9-R3 L. It., 'I sad $K S. M.
Um" Obeli% Hifi It S ~ /140 sad L.N) P.
?ORN.LNAI OONSHOROOKIIN AHD NORRIS.
TOWN.
• .
Dim Thtladolpbli 6,4",11; 11 A. Y, A, 4.1 r, SX,
and II P.M.
Leave Norristown at 7,9, A A. M., $ and 1.40 P. M.
ON SUNDAYS,
Lem Philadelphia at 9 1.. M., and 3P. 11.
Lorre Norristown at 7 A. M., and b P. M.
ORESTNR VALLEY RAILROAD POE ROMNTNII
TOWN.
Leave Philadelphia at 6) A. M., and EP. N.
Leave Downingtown at IX A. M ,and 1 P. M.
H. H. SMITH, Superintendent.
Depot, Ninth sad Oreeu ithtets. Philadelphia.
CHANGE OF HOURS.-P OIL A DEL
PHLA., WILMINGTON AND DALTDIORI RAIL
ROAD.
On and after Wednesday, Nor. 11, 188/,
PASSENGER TRAINS LEAVE PIIILADILPRIA
For Retlmore at 8 A. M.,1 P. M., (11xpreas,) and 11
P.M.
For Wilmington at 8 A. M.,1, 3.30 and 11 P. M.
For Nar Castle at 8 A. At, and 3.30 P.M.
Yo! Middletown at 8 A. 11. and 3.33 P. M.
/or Dorer at 8 A. M. and 3.30 P. M.
For Seaford at 8 A. M.
TRAINS FOR PHILADELPHIA
Leave Baltimore et 8.40, Haprem, 11 A. M., and CM
P. M.
Leave Wilmington at 745 and 11.46 A. M., and 2.311
and 9.55 P. M.
Leave New Natio at 11.e4 A. IL, and 9.(9 P. M.
Leave Middletown at 10.15 A. M. and 9.0 P. M.
Leave Dover at 9.15 A. M. and I P. M.
Leave Seaford at 400 P. II
. -
TRAINS FOR BALTIMORS
Leave Wilmington at 016 A.lll , 2 P. M. and /216
A.ll.
BIADAItB only at U P. IL from Philadelphia*
Holtman.
BALTIMORE AND HAVRE DE ORAOR AMMO
DATION TRAIN
Leaves Havre do Orate at 0.50 A. M.
Leaves Baltimore at 4.00 P. M.
Freight Train, with Passenger Oar attached, will rea
ea follows
Lel. Philadelphia for Parmills and Intermediate
places at
Leave Wilmington for do. do. 6 5 P X.
Leave Baltimore for 13awro-de-Grace at 5 P. M.
00 3147 8. M FELTON, President.
_
SULLENDEE & PASCAL,
HATTERS,
10.1-6 m No. 8 S. SIXTH stroot. pi..1,4.10u,
TIRE ADAMS EXPUSS CO. OFFICE,
°..20 CHESTNUT STESff, forwar4 PAICEL4
PACKAGES, AIERCJIANSIZR, BANK NOTES and
SPECIE, either by its own LINES, or In tenneetiOn
with other EXPRESS COMPANIES, to all the patrol*
TOWNS and CITIES of the United States.
VOTTOR-900 bales good Midd li ng to AI.
Ming Fair Oottoo, to star* and for sale br nis,
MARTIN & MACAUi
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