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T Smith; R R wheehtid , Whitney & Son;, 87 do
axles J dofflitie & Son. 108% boxes glass French, Etch
ards,lbCo; 1, bbl J 11 Dulles; - 20 empty bbie It Newlin;
80 do I , lthd Eolltney ',forth/nen 7 half ibis R Smith;
158 tree Hee 15 bales cotton Deasy Sloan; forty-Sve
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PORT, OF rnit.A.DtiPill.A:, Nor. 30 9 1867.
SUN 11.1828.:" • 7 -18-2IIN WITH 442
WWI •MATNft 1 15
Steamship "Cityof Richmond, Mitchell, from Rich
mmid, Norfolk, 24 hours, with liable and passenger)/
to Thom Webster, Jr.
- Steamship 'Delaware, Copes, 24 hours from N York,
via Cape May, with rodeo and passe - agora to James All.
dealer , . Reports having passed below the Brandywine
• Light Ship the bemire Rowena, for Lagnayra going
down in tow of tug America, and ship Tropic) Bird, for
Wept Indies at anchor lselow the Ledge Light Ship.
-Passecilarque* Meta; for New •York, and Beni Hallett,
for New Orleans, off Reedy Island, and ship Wm
Kent, for Charleston, off-New Castle. Pinned the fol
lost-Inure/owls upward bound: a 'ship, eupposed to Pe
the John 'trucks, from Baltimbre; barque Amy, from
: Boston, and echo Htintress, below Bombay Hook; brig
. Georgia, and two deep schooners; MI New Castle; and
barque Tacony, from Cardenas, of Tinicum Island. „
13 hr Jae M Houston; Russell 5 dart from Charleston,,
',With Wm Pettlt,Hartin &;bo.
' Behr Borah, Benson, 4 days from Nair Bedford, with
oil to A,B Ashamed. - •
Sehr,Zonathan Cone, mehaffey, 4 days from N York,
with mho to Hoffman, Wright & Co. • -• '
- Befit R G Wbilden, Jarman, 8 days from New York,
with mdse to'captain. - -
Behr Emma Bailey, Braman, 4 days, from Jersey
City, with-cement toe S Smith.
f Behr J B Austin; May, 5 days from Boston, in ballast
to Noble, Hammett &
Behr Wm Loper,- Robinson, 4 dart from Bing Sing, in
:I)illast to Van Dusan, Norton & Co. - '
Behr J H Risley , Boyce, 4 days from Providence, in
ballast to Noble, Hammett & Caldwell.
• Behr Snow Flake, Weaver, 5 days from Providence, in
ballast to Tyler, Stone k Co. - •
t , Bohr Louisa Gray, Marts, 6 days from Boston, in bat
last to John B White.
Bohr Henry May, Watson, 3 days from New York, in
beitaat to Noble, Hammett & Caldwell. -
Behr L O Watts, Knowles, 12 days from Boston, with
mdse to Geo A Wood.
Behr Rio Grande, Allen, 4 days) from New York, with
fish to captain. ,
Behr Wissahickon, Howard, S days from New. York,
.with rodeo to captain, „ -
Behr B Rickey; Tice, 3 days from New York, with ce
pent to French, Bleberds & Co. . .
Behr Two Brothers, - Rickards, 2 days - from Indian
Hirer, with corn to 3 11•11eColley.
Rehr Edgar, Scottiu ,- 2 dayd frOin Georgetown, MO,.
with wheat and oats to Bewley, Wilson & Co.
, fiche Emma, Straughn, 1 day from New Castle, Del,
'with wheat and oats to Robeson Lea.
Behr Ladies , Choice, Brooks, 1 day from New Castle,
Del, with note to Robeson Lea.
Sloop Corn, Giberaon, 1 day from Brandywine; Del,
with Sour and meal to Robeson Lea.
Steamship City of New York, Howes, Boston, Henry
Barque Rowena, (new, 830 tons) Wilson, Immure,
Soave Beni Hallett, ' , Little, New Orleans, Pettit,
Martin & Co.
Brig Pra Fabars, Burns, St (ago de Cuba, G W
nadon & Bro.
Brig Lillian, Sumner, Port en Spam, Thos Wattson
,Br echr Horning Light, Strum, Halifax, do '
Br echr Hero, Crowell, do do
Behr Henry Hay, Watson, Boston, Noble, Hammett
Schrl B, Austin, May, Washington, do
Behr JH Risley, Boyce, New York, ' do
Behr Smith Tuttle, Mayo, Boston, Henry Winsor.
Behr Embark, Donoho e Alexandria, T Webster, Jr.
Behr Wm Loper, Robinson, Hastings, NY, Van Dunn,
Norton & Co. •
Schr Snow Blake, Wearer, New York, Tyler, Stone
Behr Louisa Gray, Marts, Boston, J R White.
. Stri S Shriver, Dennis, Baltimore, A Groves, Jr.
Ste Anthracite, Jones,Nivr York, W H Baird at Co.
(Cerrospondence of the Philadelphia Exchange.)
LEWES, Del.. Nov. 21.8 A.M.
A large chip, a barque, and four sabre are now in the
tar outward bound. )...steam-tug went out yesterday
ftfteromm, SuPPosed for. Chincoteague, to tow thence a
chip bound from Baltimore to Philadelphia. The sloop
Wave, of Cape May, now ashore at the point of Cape
Ilenlopen, will be sold at vendee to-morrow, a; she lies.
The Thermometer now 'tends at fourteen degrees below
the freezing point. Wind north.
- Yours, ice, 4931. M. HION.MAN.
[111" TEXACIFIIIII.f •
(oOrreipolllloDCO or the Philadelphia Exchange )
OAPB ISLAND, Nov. 28.6 P DI.
„ • ,
The barque E Kane, fol. Gibraltar, went to sea this
morning and an unknown barque passed in. • A deeply
laden ship is now off the cape, in company with firelight
seta's, bound in. Only three or' four 'ohm, apparently
bound out, remain at harbor. - Wind BW—weather clear
Tuns. n. imams
Nov 29, 4% P M.—The barque Roureutt, for Lagnayra,
was towed to sea this morning brthe tug America,
which soon after returned, and proceeded up the bay.
No vessels in sight bpund in. Wind southeast: Weather
clear end very pleasant,
THOS., B. HUGHRS.
[l3l' SaLSIOn/Pll SO TOT PRESS • • -
Atmerre, SO, Nov. 28.
The ship Baltic, from New York for Charleston, is
ashore on the Booth Bar, near Charleston, with ninei
feet water in the hold. , She, will.probably be a total
loss; The ship Is Insured in New York and.. Boston.
Now Wan, Noeember 29.
Arrived, chip Rockland, from Havre; barque Naiad
Queen, from Malaga; brigs Laurette, from Pare; R.aloo
lah, of Clardieer, from Angostura Oct-24th, via St The
mes, N0v,13.- - „ -
HOLMES , HOLE, Nov 25, PM—Ar, sabre W 0 Atwa
ter, Brown, Philadelphia, for .Boston; James Berndt,
Bade, dolor Roxbury; Elm& Elkinton, Tailor, do for
Nor 26—Ar ' schrs Richard Thompson, Lloyd; Eliot,
Wearer; Mlllard PillroOre, Tuttle, and Eleanor, Bed'.
_colt, Philadelphia for Beaton; Hannah Grant, Nowmao,
oto for Nowbutyport; Hyena, Fides, Georgetown , be. for
yt,Ocland; -D Eldridge, Ogden, New Bedford for Phi;
litdelpNts, • Bid. ulna Euphemia, Presto, and Eclipse.
'Nov 2i , -Ar, barque Kate Wheeler. Grant, New York
for Machine',' ochre Lady Ellen, Corson, Philadelphia
for Boston; Belton, Iluckins, do for Portland; Rhoda &
Beulah, Hoffman*? and Jabez L White, Pollee, Boston
for Philadelphia; Marlight, York, Portland for Phila
barques George' Warren, Hate Wheeler - cam
Dasbaway, Surprise, Siled'r Cloud, John Prederlik, B
Bennett, 4. Tirrell, Spray. H Curtis, Nelly 11, Trea
surer, Isabella, Pequonnock, Hannah Warwick, Hamp
ton, ' , Ryder," Chronometer, W 0 Atwood, Jams Bar
ratt, /Bins Elkinton, Richard Thompson, Eliot, Millard
Pillmore, Eleanor, Hannah Grant, Hyena, - Charles,
Packet, Nautilus, (Br) Lady -Ellen, Roston, Lion, ant
Starlight, . •
Remained at 10 A M, wind W, ochre Rhoda. & Beulah,
J L White, Bay State, Nerissa, Pocumtuek, and Amytio.
Also echos It L Tay, and Cerito, repairing.
• -gfeemship Palmetto, Baker, cleared at Dolton 28th
saessrohlp Glasgow, Duncan, for Glasgow, sailed from
INear ,Xerk, 28th - inst.
naso l ti k ip Granada, Griffin, from New Orleans, vi
-,Nsveria,234 st, arrived at New York 23d Inst. •
Ship `Talisman Thonme, from New -York, Jane 6th,
arrived at Ban pAroisco previous to 6th inst.
Ship ocean Willis, for Ban Francisco,
.aoll4from New York ift:St lust
ship Dubi ng w a y ei [join Oaleutti, arrived at
Boston 27th inst.
Ship Jane D Cooper,- Oolllni, for Barons, une, re
mained at Antwerp 12th inst. . •
Ship S H Talbot,-Burgess, at New Yoh', from Polnt
Petro, tiusdaloupe, 12th inst, left ship that Stream,
from Ohlneha Islands for New Orleans, die; bril,.."s Wm
MOON, from Bangor, do;' Ocean Spray, do do; going int
.1112 American ochr.
Ship Bold Hunter, Crosby, cleared at Boston 27th
bat. for Melbourne.
Ship Iduecooges Carter, for Liverpool, sailed from
Baltimore 27th Met.
Ship Lizzie Jarsls, Knipe, from Kong Kong, arrived
at San Francisco 24th nit. ' .
Ship Lucas, Daggett, from Sydney, via San Pedro, ar
rived at San Pranniaco 8d inst.
alp Mastiff, Johnson, cleared at San Francisco 19th
alt: for Bhangluto.
Ship 'flying Dutchman, Hubbard, sailed from Ban
Ifraneieto let inst. for Now York.
Ship John Gilpin, 117 days from Boston, was at Ho
nolulu bth ult. •
Barque Yankee, Smith, from nonelain, at San Fran
cisco Oct 22d, and cleared Stet to return.
Barque Live Yankee, OM, froid Puget Sound, ar
rived at San Francisco 24th ult.
Barque Llllue, Harden, for Calcutta, sailed trim iron
alas° Sept O.
Barque David Lageley, Blnhop, hence, arrived at ?da
tums 18th Inst.
Barque Mtn, Taylor,. from Philadelphia, sailed from
litaatou gent inst.
Puglia Romeo, Carver, from Tho de Janeiro, arrived
At Oholaden 2dtli inst.
- Bargoa Wyman, Burdit, from Algort Bay for Boatdo,
Was4pOrea filth but, lat 14 28 N, long 55 45: • - •
llamas Pribroaa;'Haker, cleared at Bono)/ 27th lint :
tor San Francisco, •
Barque Oak, Ryder, cleared at Boston 28th hat far
Brig Emma, Biker, cleared at Boston 28th inst. for
Brig Fairy, 'Webb, rut at Bahia about Oct 26, for N
;York soon. , •
Asst. Bri g doaeph, Rabies, hence, arrived at Rockland Slat
Brig Mary E Milliken, Norden, hence, arrived at Car
.denas 18th inst.
Brig President B.)0800, from Monrovia, with palm
mil, arrived In Hampton Roads 2 th loot. -
Prigs Georgia, Isola, Panola, Leviathan, and Tan
gier, for Philadelphia, sailed from 'Newport 27th inat,
ist company with,schr L II .Endicott, and all others
bound south and went."
Brig /laths Ann, Giles, from Boston for Philadel
phia, sailed from NowpOrt2lth inst. •
Behr 8 M aluuldiek, Williams,- hence
m at Hartford
.26th inst.; ,
—lichr John Laucaater, Stites, from Providence for
:Philadelphia, was at Dutch 'shut/ Harbor 26th lust.
Bchigeaport, Scull, hence at Pawtucket 27th last.
844 ,Sophla Ann, Smith, from Boston for Plailadel
-phia, was in Dutch lehuld Harbor 28th lust.
Oclar Pequonnock, Burroughs, hence at_ Boston 28th
Behr W A. Newell, Tdruer, for Cuba, cleared at 1911-
-roington, NO, 27th last.
• Bahr -A Hammond, Paine, hence, arrived at Boston
Behr B Washburn, Thrasher, hence at Tannton 21st
rind, and echrlf W Morse, Phillips, on the 28d. -
Bohr Adele Pellets, Cartwright , Bence, arrived at N
9edifoid.27th L et, - .
Ochre bi B Mahony, Robbins, and D W Eldridge,
for Philadelphia ' nailed from-New Bedford '2Bth
lost; the latter was at Holmes Cole 27th.
- Ochre Julia Smith, and Eugene, from Boston for Phi
ladelphia, were at Hyannis 224 fast. -
Bohr Casette, Crowell, from Dennis for Philadelphia,
Arrived at New York 28th inst. - -
J, R Derrickson, and Emma, henee, arrived at
Norfolk 28th snot,
,Propeller Concord, Norman, cleared at New York 28th
inst. for Philadelphia,
Bey West, Nov 214-The ship Mary Judkins, Captain
Smith, from New • York, with stores for Port Jefferson,
got ashore atthe entrance of Tortugas Harbor the 12th,
:And. remained in an exposed position until the 18th,
_when the, government lighter Tortugas . having taken
out 1200 hble,eucceeded ln hauling her oft into tho chan
nel. She received considerable damage,
The Ada . Samuel 'Bolton, master, bound from N
'Rork to Yaoluaonvillei Fla, with an assorted surge. was
wrecked near St Augustine, Fla, on Friday, Nov lath.
floods mostly saved, and the greater portion not da
maged. Sold at auction at St Augustine, for the benefit
Ipf, those concerned. 'Vessel a total lofts, Crew saved.
~ ,Ship Dashing Wave; at Boston on the 17th fast, lal 24,
long 00_,i saw the wreck of a British brig hailing from St
ohn, 198. The tut letter of her name was B.
The report that the achxDr Nave, from Quebec, h a d
been seized at Miramicbi for an infraction of the rove
-nee 161 , 11, lacentradieted. .
,The etpaniship,,Alabama, at Savannah 25th lost, ex
-peristused heavy gales from ft-to-SW during the entire
-passage. 60 miles SW, of Prying Pan Shoale pissed a
large quantity of drift stuff, deek plank, and parts of a
Aleek hones. • • _ . .
Br barque Pacific, Appleby, at 'Charleston 26th toot.
from Liverpool, reports: Oct 8. tat 4840, long 8 40, el.-
- st ruckrfheavy gales from 138 W to Wi and on Charth
wee ruck by a bwry sea, whioli;earriod away pof
Olaf Water casks, stove boat, and did other damage. ,On
ttae Oth'Oet the wind changed to Edllt end blow violent,
Ay, Nor,'/d, took asevere easterly gale, during which
-carried away the head of mainmast and all attached.
• -The P has had heir) , gales nearly the whole passage..
• • NOTTOE TO hiAItINERP.. -• • -
luid OAI4 Sauce marking the and
suenn the lower' bay of _New , York.,,are being removed,
sand Optisaput in thelgplaosei for the winter.
- - - e LcTor,der of the Lighthouse Board.
r.higlitheuse Xnep.tikt Pint
, etk; Vey gro i 71f7.- .
• . POKED3N-PORTS. -
Ar at Havana 2lit Ind, American, Wythum, London;
CoOnthlan ' Vinchester, Falmouth; Mozart, 'Howard,
Cardenas; 19th, Mary Elizabeth McConnell, N Orleans;
R Barbi db. ,
31d, 21st, Mary Capron, Johnson, N Nork. 19th, Ot
tawa, Rymer, Falmouth.'
Ar at Cardenas Ilth, N B Barron, Brightman, Fall
Ar at Matanzas 18th, Charles Edwin, Littlejohn,
Portland; Advalorum, Doane, Halifax; Crocus, Maroon,
In port 18th, Isabella Rood, Jewett, for Pensacola.
Ar at Oienfuegoa 12th, ClUlitli Ford, Mobile.
Eh! from Sauga la Crude lltn, John Harrill, Moore,
NEW YORK, Nov. 28—Arrived, Steamship Florida,
Crowell; Savannah; brigs Dolphin (Brj,' Norman, Ba
hia; Croton, Blye, Port an Prince; ears Ann Gardner,
Fuller, Kingston, 744 J Deßotuma, Tucker, \Whiling
ton, IS O. Cleared, steamers Augusta Woodhull,
vannah; Marion, Foster, Charleston; Jamestown, Par
rish. Norfolk; ships J A Westervelt, Austin, Liverpool;
Quickstep, Wade . ,_Lorelon; W P SchinitAilears Glasgow;
Charlotte Reed, Coombs, New Orleans; Mediator, Cof
fin, New Orleans; Lucy Thompson, Pendleton, Mobile;
barques Ocean Bride, Burgess, Carthagena; Rlchani,
Pike, Klogstort, la; Pentucket, Beau, Trinidad; Green
land, Bates, Gloucester; brigs Ida D Rogers, Taylor,
011Aillq, Pico, Goodenough, Gibraltar; A Taylor, Graham,
Aspinwall; 1,) II Samson, Lewis, Jan Juan; G Worthing
ton, Kelly, St Croix; Blue Jacket, Brown, St Michaels;
0 Colon, H
Cabreka, St Crue; T M Mayhow, Harvey, Ber
muda; abine, Hepburn, Galveston; schre Ellw
Arey, Cadiz. City Bell, Pendleton, Grenada; Laura
Gertrude, Ellwood, Charleston; Arletta, Robert, Nor
folk, Florida, Mott, do; ROSA, Farris, do; steamers Ata
lanta, gager, Charleston; Piedmont, Wllletts, Bath
more; F -Cadwallader, Colnary, do.
ARRIVALS AT THE PRINCIPAL HOTELS,
Up to 12 o'clock Last Night
GIRARD HOUBE—Ohestnut Street, below Ninth.
Dr J It Wood Vs J M Pewter, Pa
0 Del Marmot, Cuba It 8 Wade, Boston
i It H Anderson, 0 8. A J Ball, Ky
DI E Parley, Maine Mlle Parodi, N Y
1 Mlle Amnia, N I' Siguor Rocco, N Y
Signor Perugird, N Y W Wallack & la, N Y
0 Pergelini, N Y A G littrantt, N Y
A Reed, N Y Dr Harris, tr 8 N
J Shillito, Oinn, Ohio B At Hedgers, Jr, Belt
0 R Hedgers, Balt E U Benjamin, IV Paris
P Estill, Va W Emet, Ky
E Berle, N Y , J . A 0 Noble, N Y
A W Leisinring, Pa I A Mason & la, Va
B Attain, N Y Capt E II Linnell,
A Stetson & is, N V Air Odrlclk, N Y
II A Pettibone, N Y • W N Wood, N J •
J Leya, NY Col J 11 Dalton, N Y
111 J Itadyenenn, N Y ld W Wetmore, Tenn
8 Whitehead, N J S 0 Moore, N Y
0 EC K Sherman, N Y 'P Schenck, N Y
T N Poullain, Ga .. T P Soffold, Oa
T Pram, London, Englid II A Hayden, Wash
E P Butts, Florida , J . Townsend & la, N Y
P II Smith & la, Apple , ia . e Parker & la, Wash
Mies hf. B Parker, Wash R 0 Skinner. Missouri
.7 H Stimpson, Balt John B Yuell, N Y
L Bennett. Troy, N Y JAI Flanner:lTO
I 0 Pray, N Y D E Huger, Mobile
A J Mathews, Ala L U Close, Nebraska
J D Wilde, Boston G Kennedy, Del
T B Norris N Y II Ledyard, Washington
Mr Wakefield, England . W McCann, Balt
W Wright, Hartford, Ot .7 B Zimmerman. N Y
A 0 Brush, N Y J R °snarls, N Y
Mai LI Hill & 1a,17 8A J D Cerharl, NY
Alias A E Scott, tia Mrs Cooley, Balt
WT Mangler, Balt .7 II Shell:Merger do la, Pa
Mte S. K Shointurger, Pa Mimi OLI Richardson, Hy
Edw Overton, Towanda J Perkins, Ohio
W Arnold, Ohlo J 11 Palmer, N Y
7 Craig .Sc la, kro
MERCHANTS , LlOTEL.—loarth Street, below Arch.
..!,.L Smith, Meadville P Johnson tr. Is, Easton
John W Andrews, N Y G J Taggart, Northumbl'd
Hon W Bigler, Pa Henry Mood, N Y
W W Kingsbury, Minnesota John Spalding, Baltimore
0 A Markley, Phila. L Bennett, Troy, ti Y
Win,W Murray, Lebanon co Llt Bishop, Jr, hid
John A Riddle, Pbila . Siegmund Kopf, Va
AMERICAN HOTEL—Chestnut street, aboyo Firth. !
Wm Thorp, Downingtown 0 0 Burr, N T
W D Wil isms, Philo A B Praiser Philo
JII Buckingham, Boston U Newman, 1 ,, 1 8 T
Chas Newman, M
N Y - Thos Street, altimoro
Wm L Lathrop, Maine G S Owens, aine
Sa.mraiitchell, Cincinnati a Prodsberg, Charleston
Dr John It Woods, Virginia Thos K Harraherger, Va
0 A Hotchkiss, Pa A 8 Wright, Moos
Cleo W Fisher, Baltimore Wm Bartlett, Baltimore
LB Do Witt & la, Bait Chas Digit, Wilmington
E A Rowland, Nide Jos F Williams, Harrisburg
JII Wiley, Washington Thos King & Son, N Y
E H Phillips, Harrisburg
ONION HOTEL—Arch street, below Fourth.
Goo IV Howell, fit Louis IV A Jones, Ohio
Wm Honigmacher & la, M Oonuell & la, Lancaster
Lancaster T B Branson & la, Pa
Mrs Sailor, Schu , ll Haven biro Pager, Pottsville
W A Biddle & 10, areens , g olt Thompson, Greenslig
J H Lutehaw, Pa T T Wierman,Huntingdon
It W Alagoas, Phila. P Barnum, Boston
II W !Miriam; Pittsburg S H Acherson, Pittsburg
Amos Briggs, Altoona, Pa Ohms Scott, Altoona, Pa
NATIONAL 110 TEL—Bane street, above Third.
Soot Prick, Port Providence J Langley, Phil
4 II alurphy, Northumber'd Jos Doshnaw, Pitteburgh
Smith & la, Pa J T James, Beading
Geo W Morgan, Beading Dant Carey, Allentown .
D Barrie, Boston Joshua Coady, Chester co
D McDonald, Vt A Haupt, Boston
Miss L Stein, Cleveland, 0 JA L Tice, Tremont
Henry Endly, 01110 John Wiser, Ohio
Stephen Thomas, Pottsville
STATES' UNlON—Market Streot, above Sixth.
J E Dora; N Y T E Kline, Pittsburg
HL Goodall, Lancaster DI E Cross, Del co
Prank Thomas, re, John Raleton.Armstrong co
'Kirk Pew, Harrisburg 3 1.1 Miller, N Y
a Ii Markley, Philo John Dyers, Chicago
L W Hartman, Pa Wm Davis, Centreville
W G D.ttenhoffer, Columbia co
BLACK HEAR INN—Fifilt and Merchant Streets
II Moore chaster co W Bill, Delaware
A II White, Chester co R D Hancock, Del co
A Clagthrop, Wilmington AT Benninger, Ashland
amen Richland, N Y . John AT Snyder, N Y
P P Smith, Phil& 1:1 V Pennypacker, Pa
MADISON HOUSE—Second attest, above Market.
PO, Eke, Minnesota_3 Kennedy, Oswego, NY
Wm 0 Satterford, Md A D blillagau, Pittsburgh
II J Kinsman, N J- Danl Pain-ray, Pittsburgh
Debt F newton, Lebanon Paul Smedley, Lebanon'
Parnell Lodaad, Del
BARLEY BILEAF—Second, below Vine street.
W Garver, Newton 11 X Fulton, Florence
Wm Orooks, Newbopo Earl Oampboll, Pa
Theo P Harvey, Doylestwn 0 Knight & eon, Bustleton
Henry Morrie, Willow Grove Jacob Markley, Pa
Jae Davis, Shoemakertown Wm James, Bucks co
Dr Snoden, Bucks co D Woolman, PLila
Wrappers: Wrappers Wrappers !—A very
large and elegant assortment, wholesale and retail, at
reduced prices. Also, Sao Shirts, Dross Stocks, and all
kinds of Famishing Goode for Gentlemen, at W. W.
KNIGHT'S, 512 Arch street, above Sixth. noSelm
Skates! Skates: Skates!.—Onr readers will
find the largest and most complete assortment of this
winter luxury, and at the lowest prices, at W. W.
KNIGHT'S, No. 610 Market street, opposite Decatur
Salina Fund.—National Safety Trust Co.,
Office, WALNUT Street, S. W. corner of TRIM
ARRANGEMENTS FOR BUSINESS DURING THE
SUSPENSION OF SPEOIE PAYMENTS BY THE
1: Depoeita received and payments made daily
2. Current Bank Notes, Cheeks, and Specie will be
received on deposit.
3. Deposits made In Bank Notes or Chocks will be
paid back in Current Bank Notes.
A. Deposits made In field or Silver will be paid back
Interest lit va pan 0111ri. per annum. no2t
For Perfumed Breath, 'White Teeth, and
Beautiful complexion, owe "Balm of 1,000 Flowers."
For dressing Ladies , hair, uala ,$ Woodland Cream, a
new Pomade." It curls Gentlemen's balr beautifully.
W.F. Fxrainan Qc Co., PropriePorm,X. Y.
For sale by T B. Peterson, 808 Chestnut; Samuel
States, Tvielith and Chestnut; A. B.Darand,llB Chest•
nut; T. 11 Peters k Co., 710 Chestnut; C.O. a. Evans,
Ditt Book-store, 488 Chestnut; O. S., Idubbell, Itlo
Chestnut; French, Richards, & Co., Tenth and Mar
ket; A. B. Taylor, Ninth and Walnut; Dr. Morrison,
Seventeenth and Chestnut; J. W. Simea Jr- Pone,
Eighteenth and Twenty-Second and Market; Edward
Ohriatmann, 702, Chestnut; Thomas Lancaster, corner
Eleventh and Walnut. n012.1y
Checks, Notes, Drafts, Bills Lading, Bill Heade, 01r
onlars,Bards, and all other kinds of Job Printing, at
prteee to mutt the times. 0c.17-ty
Namer , a Infant Cordtal....Thlit invaluable
Cordial le prepared from variety of the most choice and
efficient aromatics known In medicine, and is the moot
perfect and reliable carininative extant for Infante and
young children. '
By its powerful influence a speedy core is effected In
all cues of Cholic, windy pains and spasms. Relieves
and mitigates much of children's suffering during denti
tion or teething, and by Its soothing properties tran
quilisee pains of the bowels, looseness, vomiting, .to.
The Infant Cordial has become a standard remedy,
and has been need In thonsands of cases with the most
abundant oneseis. - No family should be without it.
Prepared only by Mut A. Bowen,
At his Drug and Chemical &Ore,
N. N. corner of Sixth and Green sta., Philadelphia.
To whom all orders moat be addressed. And for sale
by Druggists generally. au 18-ly
Seamen's Saving Fund Wee 203 Walnut
shwet, one door west of second street. Deceives de-
posits in sinus of One Dollar and upwards, from all
classes ofthe community, and allows interest at the rate
of Ave per cent. per annum.
0660 e open daily, from 9 until 6 o'clock, and on Mor.
day and, Saturday until 9 in the evening. Ptesident
Prankiln Pelf; Treasurer, Charles M. Morris; Secre
tary, James 8. Pringle.
Bank Botta of the
- FOR UMBRELLAS,
By Wll, S. RIOITARDSON,
noU•lm No. 418 MLRgE' BTRIIET
Cabinet Ware and
624 WALNUT ST,
UPPOSITE, INDEPENDENCE SQUARE.
GEO. J. HENKEL'S,
624 WALNUT Street,
0r22-3m Late of 173 Chestnut Street
S. C. Downld, Commission Business sin Cont.
mereial paper and negationone of Mane, 50 WaLsox
ST., opposite the Exchange, Philadelphia. n4O-2m
On the 28th instant, by Rey. Jobn Thompson,
HORATIQ N. SPERRY, of Philadelphia, to Alm
ESTHER O. xnaurtsoLL, of aloueester city, N. J.
At All Saints Church, on the 24th Instant, by Rev.
Thomas K. .Conrad, Mr.. ARTHUR AVORIBTLINE to
Mice JANE DEVLIN, both of this city.
()tithe 26th instant, by Rev. Dr. Cbeesoman, WM.
STEWART to Miss NANOY VANCE, all of this oty.
Suddenly, on the morning of the 27th tact , ELIZA,
wife of William W. Thomson, in the 93d year of her
....pie relatives and friends of the family are respect
nal7 inVited to attend the funeral from the residence of
her 'husband, - No. 834 South Brciat street, above Pine,
on Monday aftarnoon, at 2 o'clock.
On Ssidciy stioisang,R7th hist., Mrs. MARY LEWIS,
widow of the 1001080th Lewis, skindresser, in the 79th
year of ber age,
On "Friday, 27th nut., MARGARET LYDIA, only
daughtot of ,Totin and Lydia Mitten, in the 27th year of
PRESS:-.49FlELA.l),Ethibiti MONDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1857.
HEAL= Out et,
November 28, IStai
The number of Interments In the city of Phil' el
.hie, for the weekending at 12 o'clock to-day, ie... Mil
eat report 180
Croup - 7 Adults...
Consumption of Lunge 29 Children
Disease of the heart.. B
. . ... . .. -
Debility 0 Males 84
Inflammation ot Lungs 13 Females 74
Do. Stomach 6
Mammas • S 158
Other dimwit.... 71 Under 1 year 43
Between 1 and 5 pare. 27
Under 5 years 70
Of the above there were:
From the Almshouse 10
People of Color ...... ..... I
Attest : JOHN N. HENDERSON,
ILT'llev.. Henry Ward 'Beecher will deliver
Ids gicat lecture.' CAUSES OF BUOOBBB AND FAIL.
lIRD IN.LIFE," before the People's Literary Institute,
at the Manual - Fund Hall, TUEsDAI VOIDING,
- December lat. Doors open at 7; lecture quarter before
8. Tickets twenty-five cents; for sale at the book
V" Union Canal General Meeting of
the Bondholders °Mho Union Canal Company will bo
held at the Boarder Trade, Room No 80, MERCHANTS'
EXCIIIANUE, on TUESDAY next, December lot, at 12
By order of the Btochholders,
no3o-21 It. BUNDLE Slant, Pres% &e.
PHILADELPHIA POST OFFICE,
NOVEMBER 26TH, 1857.
To insure the more rapid and frequent delivery of
letters in'thia city, the Postmaster General has author
ised the following changes in the times and manner of
delivery, within the limits of the Philadelphia Office :
Four sub-offices have been established at the follow
ing places :
Northeastern-447 COATES STREET, near FIFTH.
NOrthlrostern—SPßlNG GARDEN HALL, TularSENrit
and SPRING HARDEN.
Western-1821 CHESTNUT ST,, east of SEVENTEENTH.
24th Ward—MAR:CET PaRRST, Oast Of PARK.
Each of these offices, as well as the present, or principal
office, is the centre of a delivery and collection die
tvict ; and from each FIVE DELIVERIES will bo made
daily by the Government Letter Carriers, of all letters
arriving in the mails, or collected from the sub-offices
and boxes, for city delivery. Tho deliveries will be
made at the following hour:::
7 o'clock, morning.
1 ' afternoon.
In connection with the sub-offices, boxes are located
at convenient points in each district, in which lettere
may be deposited for the mails, or for delivery to other
parts of the city. Collections will lie made from the
boxes FIVE TIMES A DAY, by sworn collectors, de
tailed for that duty exclusively. The collections will
be made at the following hours:
S o'clock, morning.
10 It tt
1 ,4 afternoon
- 6 30
' The collection at 0.30, in, the afternoon, is for the
mails only, and will be made every day, Including Sun-
fre' No charge will bo made for carrying Letters
to the Post Office.
[o Letters for City Delivery, Two Cents each.
(One Cent Postage—One Cent for Carrier.)
To secure rapid communication between the principal
office and the sub-offices, there has been provided a spe
cial service of homes and wagons, which will arrive
and depart with precision, according to a time-table
prepared for the purpose.
Tho city is divided by Tenth street, Vino street, and
the Schuylkill river, into five districts.
The Central district embraces that section of the city
east of Tenth street and south of Vine street, The
present Post Office is the centre point for this district.
The Western district embraces that section of emelt"
west of Tenth street and south of Vino street. Sub
orner) No. 1621 Chestnut street.
The Northeastern district embraces that part of the
City east of Tenth street and north of Vine street, ex
clusive of the old districts of Kensington and Richmond.
Sub-011l re, No. 447 Coates street, near Fifth.
Tho Northwestern district embraces that section of
the city west of Tenth street and north of Vine street.
Sub-office, Spring Garden Hall.
The Twenty-fourth ward district embraces that part
of the city west of the Schuylkill. Sub-office, Market
street, east of Park street. .
The carriers in each district will strut from the office
of the district, and letters deposited in the boxes of a
district will be taken by the collectors to the district
The city has been divided Into walk. of convenient
sine, with reference to business and extent of territory.
On each of these there wilt be two carriers, who will
divide the walk between them, for the despatch of busi
ness at the principal mail doliveries,but at other times
the whole walk may be attended by either ono of the
The sub-oftices will be open daily (except Sunday,)
from 7 A. M. until 7X P. 31., and on Sunday from S to D
A. bf , and from 2toit P. 01. Stamps can be procured
at all of the sub offices, and letters prepaid and deposited
for the mane the same as at the principal office.
1:17. Letters to be " registered" must bo taken to the
Central or principal office.
fry. Advertised letters cannot be delivered at tho sub
offices, but at the principal office only, as at present.
Wherever the city , Is spoken of In this advertise
ment, it should be understood to mean the ports com
pactly built up, except Kensington and Richmond, each
of which has a Post Office of its own. The Kensington
Postmaster has made ouch arrangements as will make
his district conform, In all particulars, to this system.
The charges for the delivery of city letters will be the
same, therefore, in the Kensington district-as in other
parts of the city, viz, two cents will pay for a letter to
and from Kensington.
The system Ls to be put in operation On Tuesday,
A list of the places where United States Mail boxes
are located will be published in a few days.
Like every invasion of an old routine, in a vast estab
lishment like the Post Office, this change nosy create
some temporary embarrassment, and not work perfectly
for a few days or weeks. It may, therefore, require
some short indulgence from the public. No effort, how•
ever, „ill be spared on ray part to secure the perfect
working of a system which experience elsewhere has
shown to be Bo benedeial to the public ; and which I
have nti doubt will soon be regarded here also as a
great progress topmast business.
I respectfully ask the co-operation of the citizens of
Philadelphia in-behalf of the new system.
no3o-3t GIDEON G. WESTCOTT, Postmaster.
IRISH AND SCOTCH WHISKEY,
Wholesale and Retail,
By HUGIt BARR,
GOVERNMENT HOUSE, corner of
FRONT and \MARTON Streets,
(opposite the h..^v Yard,)
no3o-I.m - Philadelphia
CARPETINGS BELOW COST.—The best
Bargains ereg offered in the Carpet line may now
be found at DUNLAP'S Wareroome, 1110 DIARKET
street, In consequence of the hard time,,, we are offer
ing our stock of Fine and Common Carpeting at prices
which would nuthatch the closest buyer. Besides. the re
duction is made on a stock of Carpeting consisting largely
of goods bought at a great sacrifice. Any one wishing
to furnish a !louse at the present time may easily save
from thirty to forty per rant. cuo the regular prices, and
much cheaper than they can purchase in any other
Store in tho city.
We aro now selling All Wool Carpeting at 65 Bents,
worth 75; Superfine Carpet, 75c, worth $1.10; Three
ply Carpet, $l, worth $1.90; English Tapestry Carpot,
$l.lO, worth, at least, $1.371i; Velvet Carpets as cheap
in proportion ; common and One Oil Cloths at a great
sacrifice. Let all who want Carpeting come imme
diately and make their selection from one of the cheap
est and host assortments of Carpeting in this city.
n3olw* WM. DUNLAP, 1110 Market street.
TvoTICE.—The COPARTNER SHIP hith
erto !Wilting under the firm of JAMES ELLIOTT•
& CO , was dissolved 28d !natant, by the withdrawal of
JOHN WARDLE. .
The business of the late firm will be settled by the
undersigned at the same location . .
S. E. corner of Twentieth and Market eta.
November 24th, 1857. noSO-mairlm*
atntlenteita' ,ffuntiobing eoabo.
VINE SHIRTS, male to order, and war
ranted, of elegant material and soperior work
manship. Also, Dram Stocks and Gentlemen's Wrap
pers, at the Premium Store of W. W. KNIGHT, 612
ARCH Street, above Sixth. n021..y
WRAPPERS! WRAPPERS! WRAP
PERS !—A very large and elegant assortment at
reduced prices. Also, heavy under-clothing of all de
scriptions, for gentlemen's wear, at W. W. KNIGHT'S,
WI ARGIL Street, above Sixth. po2l-7
IrINOII4STER & SCOTT, GENTLE
FURMSTIING STORE, and PATENT
MOULDER BEAM KURT MANUFACTORY, No. 900
CHESTNUT Street, above Seventh street, Philadelphia.
The attention of Southern and Western Merchants, and
Strangers, Is particularly invited to this Improved cut of
Shirts, the moat perfect fitting article made. At whole.
Sale and retail, and made to order. aubaylf
1017 ELLS , FAR.I3O, & CO.,
NEW YORK AND CALIFORNIA
EXPRESS AND EXCHANGE COMPANY,
Southwest corner of
CHESTNUT AND rounvn,
Our next Express for California, Oregon, and Pacific
Coast of South America, will go forward. from Now
York, per Mount'
On 4th DECEMBER.
All freight ehould be delivered to us previous to Lt
December, to Insure certainty of being forwarded.
D. N. BARNEY, Ja.,
/FREADAMS EXPRESS CO., OFFICE,
SW 011ESTNUT STREET, forwards PJIRCELS,
PAOKAGES, MERC,GANDIZE, DANK NOTES and
SPECIE, either by Re own LINES, or in connection
with other EXPRESS COMPANIES, to all the principal
TOWNS and CITIES of the United Staten.
E. 8. SANDFORD,
anl-tr General Superintendent.
500 u, GALLS. WHALE OIL,
, 1,000 gall. Elephant Oil,
60 bble. No. 1 Lard Oil, for male by
OROASDALE, PEIRCE, da CO.,
nolo.tf No. 104 N. Delaware avenue
QIIEEP AND GOAT SKINS. A amall
kJ invoice of Shoep and Goat Skins, now landing from
barque Irma, and for sale by CHARLES TETE,
no2B-10t 138 (new) Walnut 14.—second story.
MARAGAIBO COFFEE.-150 bags prime
Maracaibo Coffee, now landing from barque Irma,
and for sale by CHUMPS 'ME,
no2ii-101 138 (now) Walnut mt.—second story.
NUTMEGS. -16 kegs No, 1 Nutmegs, now
landing from on board brig °Pierre Lacoato, ,, at
Lombrml•street vbarr, imported and for sato by
HENRY BOHLEN h CO.,
no2B-3t 231 and 223 S. Fourth street.
TIOHLEN , s WEESP ANCHOR GIN—
A... 221 pipes, now landing at Lombard-street wharf
from on board the brig Pierre Lacoste," from Rotter
dam, and for sale by the undersigned solo Importers of
this Ilia. HENRY WILLER & CO.,
n028.1w 221 and 223 B. Fourth street.
ROSIN. --500 BARRELS SOAPAIAKERS
ROSIN, to stelae per eehooner J. IL Flannel'
War lisle by MUM & MAO/MINTER,
add- 110 Norkh Water etsoet
LENWOOD CEMETERY OFFICE, NO
v- 7 118 WALNUT St., below FIFTH. au 11-tf
FRESt! BUTTER 26 cents per
lb.; Now Bunch ILATSINS 10 cents 4p
011 AS. Slant, Grocer,
no2o-3t* N. W. corner of Sixth and Pine Its.
STORAGE on SECOND and THIRD
FLOORS can be bad at 110 North Water street.
Apply to MARTIN & MAOALISTER. n 023
5 (0 - 0 TONS of MITCHELL & CHOP
dale's Improved super PHOSPHATE OT
LIME, for Sale by OROABDALE, PEIRCE & 00 ,
tlolo4t No. 1W N. Delaware avenue.
COTTON -100 Won Gulf Cotton, In acme
int fa tote
ma imam &
UV Rodlk lUtetclltttil!
I.IBI'OF LETTERS REMAINING IN
the PIIILADELPIIIi POST OFFICE up to 22
o'clock P. M. on Saturday, Nov, 28, NW. [Pomona
applying for advertised Lettere will please mention the
date of the List.] Open on Sunday from 7g to 8N o'clock
A. M.; and 2 to a P. M.
Anderson Miss Hall Miss Molly Ousels Oath
Arney Mrs Harris Mies Anna O'Neill Jane '
Ayres bliss Ellen Harkness Voshata O'Neill Ann
Atkinson Banana Hancock Sarah OiShalherty bi
Ayres Ellen Halles Adelaide 01Ils Mies Eliza
Adult Miss Harper Mrs Anna Pennell Mrs N
Acorn Mies Julia Mull Amelia H Podeick Mrs 13
Barrington Bola 2 Hankels Mrs Perms Hon Dindl 2
Rinses Mrs Hill Eliza Phillips Oen )12
Berosoly Mre AII Mouse Mrs It E Petit Mrs L
Benner Sarah Honneyinan M Preston Mrs A
Barrett Mary Humphrey Ells IL Peek Hattie
Bennett Mrs 11 Hopkins Ann DI Pierce Mrs 0
Babcock Emellue Hoff Min Ruth Penn Mrs P
Barnes Lucinda Hughes Margt Pierce Pascal's
Bell Adalino Hoyae Mrs Sarah Parpont Mrs A
Bisbee Clara A Hughes MisaSarah Potts Julia
Blair Mrs . Houeuin Mrs P B Pettitt Ann
Burcker Mary M Holden Milieu D Plumb Anna
Bull Mine Anne Holcomb Maria 2 Paschall Mrs M L
Bynne Annie Hortung Amelia Place Mrs E V
Dynan Mary Howard Eliza Potts.Cath
Bradley Mrs 31 0 Hughes Mrs Cleo Puller Mrs Id
Buckley Bridget Huntingdon S(I Parks A
Butcher Amelia Husekeeper 1i 4 Physic Betsy
Burk Ellen Mutton Mre J S Parker Mary
Branley Mrs Ann Howe Mre Wm ResiCaropite Mrs
Brork Mrs Howes Mary W Weld Martha
Brooke Lydia A Ilughea Rev Ifrso Rhine Mrs A
Brown Alta Am Jamison Hannah Riddle Carrie
Carlisle Agnes J Jones Emeline Balzer Unita
Chapin Mica 81 11. Jones Mary H. Richards E M
Carey Iltre Jenks Miss Mary Reardon
Camboll Louisa Jones Mrs Mary Balker Mtn
Caull Lira Ellen Jolla's.° Mrs Anne Robbins K E Mrs '
Callaway Miss H Judson Miss Ernie Ross Miss Sarah II
Chukka Martha H Jones Misaßridgetitorer Mrs M
Choice Marg't Ida Mien Russell Ann
Church Mica Mary Jackson 3fra Eliza flints Mary •
Caryl Mrs Irene Li Kern Miss Selina Borer Mrs II
Chambers Mary Kirkpatrick MreC Rowland Mrs 11 .
Clark Mrs Thee Runschild Aka C Robbins D
Olonmann Miss CO Keller Adelaide Robb Mrs It It
Claiborne Kato Keefe Marla Robinson Mrs It
Cisco Mre Mary llooggogry E D Roberts Van Mrs
Clohasey Pamir/ea Kelly Miss Anna Ryan Johanna
Nylon Mrs It 13 Lyle Mies Rosa • Rowley Mrs If A
Clayton Came S Lea Mies Elio It Bassett Em Mrs
Coleman Harriet Lambdin Lizzie Shuster Sarah J H
- Connolly Mary Leathorby Alien Schwartz A A
Corn Mary Lippman Sarah or Scarlet Lydia
Connelly Ellen Charlotto Sampson N Mrs
Crowell ADM.) 0 Leincohn Ann tad Saunders Mrs II
Corgan Marg't Lynda Mre L W SParpjlifen
Collins Haw Lees Miss Kate Shaw Emma A
Caster Miss Anna Lyons Mrs Reb 2 Manta Mary 11
Confer Mrs B Large Miss Carol Schroder Itath E
Cooke Mn Isabel Long Mrs Jane Seymour Mrs
Coll Oath's Lowbor Mary Dona Mrs IC
Cyne Mary Lewis Urn A 0 Ohanklan Laura
Collins Margaret Linden Rebecca Samuel itch H
Cooke Edith Lucas Miss Ellen Snyder Mary
Curler Mn Ludwig Laura Slaughter Mrs 2
Crow* Emily Leclercy Agnes 2 Smith Sarah
Collins Catharine Logan Mrs Jane Skeane Mrs A 0
Connolly Mary McManus Urn A Smith Miss Sarah
Cross Miss Ann McCaddam Ann Sprague Mre
Cox Mulish A McDonough Mary Stewart Elisabeth
Croft Emily E B Motley Min Jane Stroud Mrs a . R
Colaride Jane MeKann Kate Stanton E E
Corbin MD McHugh Diary Bpooner QM
Cutter Caroline Mel Nasty Jane Storft Adelaide
Coumba Mary McCann Marla Swift Mary
Conntrell Amelia McLaughlin Oath Stetrart Ere L E
Delaney Elea Kato 3f cCron Mica Jane Settle Kate
Din.: more Mary Malaria Mrs Ann Tonnes II M
Damn Anna McMahon Catbe Toner L M
Dickson Rachel A 31cOlaty Sarah A Taggart Mrs 4hl
Doughty Ellie R McCarty Julianne Tracy Mre hI
'Wherry Louisa McCurdy Emol'e Trator Mrs D
Dean Mrs Laura McAdam CharPte Thomlinsou hi
Day Mrs F McAdam Charlotte Thomson M 0
Diller Rosanna McCarthy Bar L F Turall Mre
Dowd Sophrano MoKartnoy Susan Tatman Mrs
DulTy Mrs Jano Mc(lrogan Jane Throne Mra
Dowsing Julia McMichael Lucia Thompson Mrs
Doyle Catharino McAlpine Ella A F
Duffy Miss Mary McFarland Miss Thom Caroline 0
Dugan Catharine McGuigan Mary Twamley Mary E
Driscoll Mary McHenry Rallno Thomson Sarah
Doty Mrs H II Merwine Mrs Ann Taylor Mra A It
Emerson Amaline Maclay Miss Anna Thompson MIME
Evereull Caroline Macklin Mrs E A Thomas Mrs
Evans Mlsa Sarah Mangan Mrs Warner Mrs II L
Evans Mrs Mary Mercer Mies Mary Wagstaff Mrs M.
Elliott Um Mary Maret Anna D Wattle Mrs I
Ewing Mrs auror Augusta Watson Mrs
Eichhorn Franc% hlathows Mrs 0 Ward Mra P P
Emons ➢lra Susan Manning MIRO Wostogn too J
Earick Mrs Maria Manning Mary A West Mrs 111
Engel() Ma A M Mogor ➢Lisa Robe° Watson Mrs CI
Furgalsen It ll Merrell Eleauor West Mrs B
Felton Bridget Mathews Jennie Webster Sarah
Farrell Henrietta Slagleley Hannah Wheeler Julio A
Flynn Eliza A Macdonald Mary Wendell Mrs E V
Farrell Eliza Martin Emily 2 West Mrs A2l
Fisher Josephine Manor Rosin& White Mrs M•
Fox Jane Ann Mug Mrs Cath Washington Mrs
Fhtlayson J bI Martin Margt J 0
Fitlold Mary J Miller Mrs John Walna Eliaab
Fisher Mrs Geo Mrs Miller Wasley Mary
Gallagher Mara' t Mickle Martha A Weber Mrs 0
flood h Ileieu Mi lea Anna A Ward Amanda
Gibbs; Zdra bfille Mra Jane Whartonby Awl
Garwood Kate 141111er Mrs E P 2 Walker Mrs B
GIII entleld E Murray Ann Warner Mrs M
Garnater, MargqaMorphyllealer fl WhlOmaa Idra E
Gagnenrhllomene Moray Mary Ann Wolaon
Gallagher Mary A Manson Mien U Wllllarna Eliza 2
GleasonPhllanoS2 Morrie Elltabelh Wilaon Marg
Greenwich Barak Mary Mrs F D Witeon Mna IV
Grimes Julia II Moran Mary Williams Sallie 0
Uri Oppy Moon Mini fatty Winston Wll
Harrington Mary Murrell° Ann Wilson Mrs A
Marie Miss Mary Mornay, Maria Worrell 0 D
Hamilton Miss Montgomery Mrs Wood lasrgt
Hammitt Mrs James Wright Mrs
Hart Mrs Norton Morton Mien Clara Hmstead Mrs K W
Hales Caroline S Nathans It Quinn Anna
Maria Amanda Newman Mrs J M Todges Mrs II W
Hawkins Kate O'Niell Elizabeth
Ackley Shrew 3 Crow Alex Ilathinary Chas
Addis Harvey Cress d Hartman Michael
Allan Wm Cummings Geo W Hanford 11 II
Mies NV II Dangey 0 Heller Levi
Advent herald . Daniels Giles L lierlifler 'Hobert
ORico Dacia J Underarm It U
Abbott Samt W Daniel B W Ileyer 0
Abraham Edward Dantelay Cyrus U Hendon Wm T
Albertoa Marcia L Davin CAS Herber 8
Atherton T 8 Darla flaml Beater Dr Wm W
Allen El M DavieJaa neutral 0 1'
Arunrett Prof Pay HAI. If !floury Jae P
Adams Auguatun Do Wolf Chas Heaney John
Akon Wm De Prrea Mr Merritt:l John
Anderson Edward Deshen Abraham 'lousy J
Ashton Prank E Depow Wlt Heller J
Anton Peter Dulaney Henry HenHoge TB A
Applebeag W J Du LoSou T DeMoro ?Joni',
Aeon Maueo pink° Bement Hinkle G W
Aarone N Deacon John Hill & Bros
Anderson Jas D Dean John A Ilitehlnga Jan II
Ankins John Delaney Edward MD Horace
Arthur Prof Robt DegartanoAntonto Hilt J Adddlson
Ararat Jos It De Koopernsuy CI 11111 Ohampin
Anderson Jas Dickson J L 11111 Thomas
Anthony Jas Dougherty 0 A Hinkle Thomas
Anuetrong h Dem.!' John A Ironton Edward
White Damien James Hopkins Lyman
Atkins II E Doherty John P Howard Thomas
A rmorling II N Doran Wm llotchltln S
Bauldauf A Donnelly James Hoffman Jacob
Barry John Dreor II A Ilolowell Ell Or
Bates J Drorrert John William
Barber Mr Duncan Jas J Houck Frod'k
Burton & Smiley Dubois David Holmes Dr J Doe
Burbler A Du Kondul D K Holman J N
Ball Benjamin Dukitts Ja Holt Christian
Bader John Dulles Andrew C Items J T & Co
Badger Geo Duggan W Hovland Henry 11
Baldwin Jlt Duffield Thou W Howell (leo Et
pueblo Wm Duval Jus 9 Holtman 8 W
Bevan' Richard Duffy & Lawton Holden W
Barnes Jae N nll4llO Jainea liotelikM Wm or
Baldwin Peter 3 Dutolh Chas Samuel
Barnea & Maltby Divine Daniel Holmes Valentine
Batten .7 Edwards W 0 Horner Dr Ci 13 U
Ballinger Henry Elliott John El N
Barker Rich'd Eddous Thos .7 Hughes Jos
Baylor Dr John 0 Edle Hon Jno It Ilurlings Abrm
Baton 'Henry 0 Ecktnyer II A Bury P 0
Barrenger 0 L Edwards J oe B Hill Wm F
Baker 800 W Elias Henry Hubbard Coo W
Bartle P. D Egner Wm Ifurch 11
Bernite Pherson Epley Chas Ilumel Jacob
Barclay Dr It a Emigrant Agent Hutchinson J 9
Baker 4 Bros hrwin Ale; Hugh John L
linker Jeremiah Evans Theo Hughes Thos
Benedick &Co Empson Robert Hudson Wm
Bell Jan E Evans Dr Was 4 /Dint Furwaq
Bencko Chas H Ewing .7 D 2 Hurst Wet
Bender Roy W II Evoy Martin Hurt Thomas
Beebe W V ' Eppos A 8 Ingraham Thee
Belinape II Erring John D Irvin lie Win.
Benner, Sprunier Feenio Jos Irvin Ellis
&Co Frey Jacob Jackson Beal F
Benner Edward Farrell Joe II James Thee P
Bering Jamea Fallon Jos M Pasta' Jam
Bering Thoa 0- Parrieg Alex Jewell \V 0
Bassitt Iloraco Joyous Jos
Becks John D Farr John A Jaggard E
Beach Martin M Veiny Then A. Affray JB & Bon
Bett Edw. G Frey TheoV° Jones J O
Benjamin Wm B Fordlay Chas Johnston Sam'l F
lleallan 'Moo Fisher Coleman Johnson Wm W
Berry Thos Finis Cleo T Jones Dr J 88120111
Ingham John Fields Thoo F Johnson John
Billingly Ilenry Filial(' JB 31 Jones Dr
Bird John Flamer C Joyce, M J
Bless E Fisher Thou Al Johnson Usury I'
Blitnlln J Fulton ins D Jones B D
Black Moe Fulton Joy Mr Jones Jokn M
Mummer & Fan- Francisco John Jones P V
geray Froth & Bra
Bowen Jos B .rolacn Jos E
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Basch l' Fuller J 0 Johnson Barbi
Bolton Faml Froy Conrad Johnson John 0
Boone Robt Frocbchez Ang't Justlaw Geo
Boirnot Jae 31 . Fry John A Kayser, Goo W
Bottomloy Juo Foote & Toby Kelley II F
Bonita lion It H Fronig NI Kern Wm
Boyle Thos Gannet Hugh Keys John F
Bolivar Fernand Gallagher John Kernson It
Boswell A J Gaudy 1V Kern J 0
Brown IVm Gardena Antonio Keller John F
Brown Jae E 2 Gallagher JI J Kelley E P
Brown Horace II Getz J Kelley WII
Brown Jan It Gov mor Herman Kinney log
Mow* N W Geller Rev N
Medi-RR Johu Ulan J DT
Brooks 0 T Gibbs John B Knight Snail J
Beough W F Gilbert Joseph 11 Krubs Win
Breeds Wm Gleason Martin Knight Dr L B
Breithaupt A Gibson 019 1 Kimes Peter
Bromine Sand 2 Glenthworth Wm Kinder Abraham
Brener Wu: T Gilkey Copt L Kraft Augustus
Bredley Cupt J K Glendlnery Mr Kline Christian
Browning Edw Gilbert M Kinsman II J 2
Brays Wm H Gilleland W A Knox Milton
Brown Heinrich Gibson Geo Jr Knott W F
Brooks John Gortin Geo W Koons k Carn
Bridges J Goodall II L King Wm
Brady John Gossler J K Kilo John
Brewer Francis P Gordon Nath , l Krause Carl G
Breater Jos Godett Wm Laurence John
Brodbent Jos (brooms Dr Step`n Laveray Path
Bromley Thos Gulich Edwin Lambert Thos
Burdsal Theodore Grant Isaac II Lawrence It 0
Duna Jno Greenwood Jae Laverry Wm
Burk 11 D Gurney J .1 Laeklison .1
Butter Peter Groff Stephen Lonyos A
Buchanan II Guardian 0 0 Lenard, Cocking
Burnes A Graham Theodh3 & Sow
Burn Chas II Griffith Wm G Lex Jacob It
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Corny James Guardian C Leap Auieloin
Caatell E Grater John lA. P.lll 0
Callahan Edward Graham Win Leo Jae Jr
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Oarsin I) Grant II It Lunch Ohas A
Campbell Jonatim Grant Jacob Q Leisle John II
Calling John Grote It George Livingston li J
Carpenter James 0: an Christian Little A W
(Japers Legsd J Jr (bray (leo P Lipp Joe
Carson James L Grinnell Capt Lightkep Joe
Carnes Copt Jno I </minor II II Lippincott 0 W
Carter Ilobl USN Orifice P Lirezy John
Chrkholin A 5' Guinmey II It Louis S
Chance Robt C Gross Tabb Lure Stephen
Chalfant I U Crayon Prod' kM. Lord Jas
Chiler Edward Grow J Lookenback II
Christian Is IP Croon 0 0 Long John
Clegg Joseph Green Chas D MI) Loudon John
Clayton E Green Dr Jos M U Longetreth I*
Clark Wm 8 8 N LOOOOO
Clark ac Kennedy Gregory Jan Schiller No 15
Conory Edward D 'Lithos Bold American Star
Colon Edwin 0 Hefty Capt API Franklin No 4
Cosart & Toomey Ilalleigh J AI UuttonbergNe 100
Coleman E Halen George Mollegan Tribe I
Conover Geo W Ifarnbleton I) Id olt 11
Cobden F Haines Alex F Mlngoliocklog
Conway DI Hammond RV J P Pestuod
Collins James Hallirsoy eon Shawnoeo
Cope E It Halliday J 0 Wyoming
Cottrell Demi (.1 Hall JI/ & Son Mohawk
Coughlin 911 Hall Harrison Pocahontas
Collins I DI Hammond Chas F Delawaro
Conway Patrick Ilayvrard Thom II Cherokee
Cooke John T Hare Peter Black Hawk
Corson Capt Fur Harry Thomas K uquenak to
Como Chas E Hazzard W II Wissahickon
Cooliren Saul Hanson Albort P Pawnee
Conarvoy John Ilassiti no John Pagoyewatho
Coyne John Hasleys II Narragansett
Coble Enos Harwood Thos McCobb David
Conlin Peter Hewitt Henkel McDowell Dr Jas
Copper James Harris John A Mc Carron Philip
Cooper Dr Chas II Hauser Alex McCloskey John
Cooper, Miller & Ilarrison lii klnDonough T B
Hey' Harding Jas Mc Olean John
I Cumming Jamen Hare Oboe W 2 McDonald Wm L
I Copley Geo 8 Harris Jos McCollister Donn
Crawford John Hannigan II McKinney David
I Curiae Geo Hartshorn Isaac Mal ban Barney
WOl P. 124 A 4111190 pry 144414 0 A
Mariana Geo Price Dr Taber Caleb
McGmhuJaell Primrose John Taylor W
McMahon Cleo W Prettyman 11D Taylor Dr J Y
Mclntire Jas Purnell Dr John 0 Tarr 8 Levin
Mcllonry Hugh Ray 3(1 Nye Jay Titus John
efoßaith Wm Ray Rev P Thomas Wm
McQueen Sami p Rahn, B 013 Thomas E L
MacDonald Obas Rafe Jacob Thompson WJ 2
Macdonald W Randall 13 Thomas P 1)
Mack James Hedy J It Thomas Dr R R
Magrldge loseph Rea S J Thomas° 0
Maiwald • Reed Dr Thou II Tiverton Paul
Mickel Julius Rood & Co Thomas & Drown
Manuel 11 Redman G A Truerdoll A T
Marsh Dr Clinton Reinillor Mons Trainer F
Marshall T S Reed Robt Turner S K
Mayer Chaa Rawl James Townsend E 0
Marcher Alfred 414.piatint(John 0 Twirholl Goo
Manton jOhd ortflllllotacey & Trial. Dr 11 13
Meson at W Reeves L & J Tuntnen Sant
Meyers &Co F Richardson WL 2 Toye Michael
Merchants' Intel. Rivera Richard Tolon Y
ligenee °Moo Riddle John Trappier Rev R S
Mears Coo W Richardson Wm Triwood Chas
Meginey W Richardson Mir Tomlinson W L
Mitchell Ed P Ridgeway Jacob Torpy Thee
Miller,/ A Ross Wm IV Tompki no Alex
Middleton Geo W Rogers Austin All Todd & Co W 11
Miller Broderick Roback Dr G 0 Tyson Benjamin
Mitchell John Roberts Wm T Wallace Bain
Miller (lee Robinson WPi Walker 711
Miller Henry A Roberts John Woad!!! J
Mitchell Otto 0 Rowland T M Wakiin /sue
Miller, Reader, & Rogonburg J T Walbridgo Gen II
Co Rowland Prof NIL Welkin Lewitt
Mlutla Mr Robbins Stephens Wallace & Mucky
Miller Jr 0 Rogers We, 11 %In Edward
Miller Gee P Rotlapletz E Jae Walsh Victor
Mieweld Gotleib Rorer & Son J P Welk% A D
Money James Rose & Garbuier Watt
Willey John Round's Wm B . Wallon Rev L
Morgan LewleG Roper Andw J Warren 0 lit
Morgan II Rubicon% Joe 11 Waldron 0 D
Moran P Russell Fred Watt Robt
Motaaltman Gee Ruth A Walker W A
Morrie Gee IL Russell Gee Walsh Nick
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Morgan & Son T Risk Jae Wagon T E
klaworhy Chas Schock Oh }Volker" W
Menlo James W BahlHanger Henry Walg Ileinrig
Morris Joon Salter Dr J W Watts Dr T
Moor Dr Jae A Sabi mpfr Augusta Walker S J
Moore M J Scott 110 Wager 11 .1
Mothers , Journal Schwartsowel d e r Walther Mich
Morrie Ohba & Reibotil Watson A Co 0
Moss Win 0 Schreiber Rudely Webster & Docket
Moore John Sands John B Weidner Cleo
Murry John Sears Wm II Weber Adam
MuckelvalneJohn Seymour W P Weaver II
!dyers II Sewell Jr E Q Wells C L
Myers Don't' Shueldowend 0 0 Weightmon Mr
Nugent Rev P A Shorten John Werrick J E
Nicalaus Philip Shore Edwd Whitman W A
Norton Wm Sharp Mr WheoliinglisJ
Newsom Jail Shaktett E It While J II
Nagle lil T Shorewood Wm White D W
Newell Ma D Shoonemon John Whitaker Edm
Nelson John A Shoemaker J J Whiting J
glfleqa i B Shore 4 obt Wheeler li iLeigt
Noah Henry It Multi Aug Whattin Joseph
Norris Wm _ Shenk John 11 White J If
Nixon John Shies/nog Gee Williams Dr M V
UnneleeT T Shoch Chas 11. 'Williams Jasper
iklol Nike 's Shoot Augustus Wiley 0 W
Nichey Edwil Shoemaker Jonoth Williama & Mc-
Norton John A Shill J A Ewon
O'Connell Don't Shepard Thos fi Williamson S
Oppenheimer II Shivers Chris Wilson Henry
Ovenshine E Simpson 0 Williams Frank
Oliver IL T Simon P 'Widen", Nep
O'Donnell Jos Simpson Ildward W
Oliver Jphn W.,a Rft W Wilkins & Cooper
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O'Llyear Mons 0 'Slack Abram Willilltll,On T B
Owns Dan'l Smith Eilwd Wilma & Co 'r n
O'Brien Rev DI Smith 811 Windley Sam
Pesberry Wm Smith Reeder IVilook 1'
Patterson J W Smith Geo P 2 Wiso John
Pachman Wm Smith Amos 2 Moils It rt 3
Parker Abraham Smith Daniel Wolf Lewis
Parker Edwil 9 Smith Jabot 0 Wood (leo J 2
Parrish It A slnithltenedict Woodnutt Ohs
Patton Geo W Smith Chas R Wool Wm
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Paddock Oscar Smith A Dreiftiss Wesley 0
Paul Wm II Snowdon A I, Wood HD
Park Jr A M Footman Louis IVommo 11 K
Palmer &Co E Sooner T E Woolmao Joel
Peters D MP Sprise Albert Wright & Co A J
Poneton John Spuse James Wright Hold K
Peale LII Sturgeso James Wright Raw
Pendleton Max Stetser John Yatnall li
Pease Beni P Stockton It W Young Henry
Perry Rev Dr W Stratton Sara 1' Young Jackoon
Pennington Wee R Sturggs U Yardley J 11
Percy Jas U litimpoon W Zane Rev W
Philips J 9 Strumph John Zane Dr And
Phillips A Solano Stuart John gulp J P
Pierce It ?d Stinson A II Queens A Co J P
Pierson John Steam Julius Ury Rev W
Pitcher Mr Stowe Joseph Minion I
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Portman JaeoldiC Sylvester Pred Vincent Alex
Porter Chas Surgeon or Janos• Von timbre 1)
Powell II town, USN Vogel John I.
Pomroy 0 ipt Wm Sungr en Dr II II 0 Yau Wycko Dr CC
Poullaiu Thou Sutter Joseph Von Bonhorat Dro
Porter Joe finthill J Vol troth Michael
Poalk Win L Seater Wm Vollmer Ii
Prenville Wm Wolcott Mrs DI• , Vesper Fred
Presair Chi Winne Mrs 0 • ,••
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no3o-1t GIDEON G. WESTOOTT, P.M.
CONCERT HALL.—TWO CONCERTS.
MONDAY, Nov. 50. TUESDAY, Dee. 1.
Admission to all parts of the Gall, 50 cents,
First appearance this season of
MLLE. TERESA. PARODI
Grand Concert, by
HENRY VIEUXTEMPS, MLLE. TERESA PARODI.
MISS MILNER, the new English Prima Donna.
MR. PERRINO, the new English Tenor.
(Both great artists, having been engaged in London,
by the Directors of the Academy of Music, Now York,
expressly for the prodnotion of English Operas and
Grand Orntorloa )
SIGNORS ROCCO and PERUGINI.
The price of admission. notwithstanding the great at
traction, has been tiled at 50 costa, the price which
proved to be entirely. successful in New York at the
Academy of Music and at Nlblo , s Carlon.
Tickets can be obtained at the priompal Music Stores,
and at the Once of Concert Gall.
PROGRAMME FOR MONDAY.
MLLE. PARODI will sing Arias, Locrezia Borgia,
Trovatore, Sonnambula, and Motto l'Elleis d'Amore,
MISS MIIMER will sing "With Verdure Clad,"
Aria Puritani, and Watt° Linda, with MR. PERRINO.
GENRE VIECNTEMPS will play Introduction and
'tondo NORMA FANTASIA ON ONE STRING, Carni
val of Venice.
MR PERRING will sing " Adelaldept' from Beetho
ven, one Roglish Balled, end a Duette with MISS MIL
510. ROCCO will sing II Baleo di familia, and a Duet
te with MLLE. PARODI.
Conductor, SIG. PERCGINI,
Admission to all parts of the Hall TO coots.
Doom open at 7. Concert commences at 8 n030.1t
WALNUT STREET TilEATßE.—Les
leo, Mr. Ii A. Ilarshall ; Stage Manager, Mr
John Sefton. Prices.—Drens Circle and Parquotto, 25
cents; Upper Circle, 25 cents; Bocured &M,, 37% Conte;
Private Box and Orchostra Boats, 50 cents.
Box Offico open from 9 o'clock A 111. to 3 P st. Doors
open at 7 o'clock; performance to commence at 7%,
THIS (Monday) EVENING, Nov. 30th, 1857,
Will be performed
Stella, the Enchantress
WHEATLEI" O ARCH ST. THEATRE
—SOLE LESSEE W. WHEATLEY
THIS (Monday) EVENING, Nov. 30t2, 18M,
Will be pryilented. . .
Jack Cade Mr E. L. Davenport.
A DAY WELL SPENT.
BOAt.II or PRICIU.—Boxes, 2.5 cents • Secured Seats,
38; Orchestra Stalls, 60 cents ; Seats in Prlvato Boxes,
75 cents; Gallery, 13 cents ; Gallery for Colored
Persons, 25 cents; Private Box in Gallery for Colored
Persons, 38 cents.
Box °lnce open from 10 A. M. until 3P. Bf. Doors
Will open at 63 o'clock; performance to commence at
r%TATIONAL THEATRE AND CIRCUS,
I WALNUT STREET, NEAR EIGHTH
LESSEE WESLEY 11A11510HE.
EQUESTRIAN MANAGER THOS KING.
THIS (Monday) EVENING, Nov. ROIL, 1857,
Will be presented
GYMNASTIC PERFORMANCES, lc.
CATARINA ; OR, THE DYING BRIGAND
Catarina Mille Margaretle,
The Company compriers many of the principal per
formers of both Hemispheres, among which are Mr. F.
Itosston, Young Hernandez ' Mr. Wm. Rincade Mile
Minna, Et'lle Camille, Eph. Horn, the original Ethio
pian Clown, Ac., &o.
PR ICU or ADlll.99lm—Drass Circle 37% cants, Fa
mily Circle 25 cents. Private Boxes 50 coots.
fj:r No extra charge for secured seats.
JAYNE'S NEW HALL, CHESTNUT ST.,
MONDAY EVENING, NOV• 30TH.
NEW OPERA NIGHT.
Sommo weak of the renowned
And Burlesque Ethioplau
First night of the beautiful Opera of
With now scenery, costume, music, &c,
Preceded by their inimitable
Boors opou at he(-past 0 o'clock. Curtain rises at
half•past 7 precisely.
Admission 20 coot,.
QTATE POULTRY SOCIETY OF PENN
KJ SYLVANIA. •
The fourth annual exhibition is now open at
JAYNE'S BUILDINU ,
CHESTNUT STREET, BELOW SEVENTY,
From 0 o'clock, A. N. until 0 o'clock, S.
Adults 15 cents. Ob ' Wren 5 cents. no4o Gt
NOVEL ENTERTAINMENT! ! ! ! ! ! ! I
" THE WELSH NIGIITINUALE,"
Will give her Bongs, and amusing impersonation of
character, for tho benefit of the children of tho ~t hlloll
AT CONCERT HALL,
On WEDNESDAY EVENING, December 2nd,
At g o'clock.
Tickets '25 cents Children half price.
Beason tickets for the Union Temporary Home lec
tures honored. no2i-4t
SANFORD's OPERA. HOUSE—
ISLEVXNTIS Street, above Chestnut.
ETHIOPIAN PERFORMANCES THIS EVENING.
Ethiopian Life Illustrated lay flinahird's Troupe of
Stare—New Dances by the Sanford Children.
Poore Open et 7 ololoek—tu commonce quarter before
To conclude with
A LAUGIIABLE APTERPIECE
Admittance 25 cents.
FURS! FURS!! FURS!!! FURS!!!!
JOIIN FAREIRA & CO.,
Importers, Manufacturers, and Dealers in
FOIL LADIES AND CHILDREN.
Havinfrmanufactured an Immense Stock of FURS,
with the expectation of doing our usual bludnetm, the
present pressure of the times, and comparative stagna
tion of trade, have left us with an unusual amount o
Stook upon our shelves.
It is to meet this difficulty that wo Imo now
To duo out our
At Poker] actually lees than
THEIR COST TO MANUFACTURE!
We hay! , also on hand a lard and couudoto assort
All of which will be Nola at very
No. Sle, MARKET St , bot. Eighth nod. Ninth,
n010.6w South eIJo
WANTED—TWO VESSELS of 3a600
tons, to load for Key West.
Freight ready for shipment, arid good rates given.
Apply to 1418110 P, SIBIONS, et CO ,
n023.0t 120 (late 30) North Wharves,
CHARLES P. CALDWELL--Wboienale
and RetailNW and CANN Manufacturer, No. 4
PENNSYLVANIA BANK NOTES
TAKEN AT PAR
FOR DRY GOODS.
The subscriber offers for a few days his entire stock
of goods at
PRICES TO SHIT THE TIMES,
and receive in payment notes of the Pennsylvania
This, to such as may have any of this doubtful paper
on hand, is offering a great inducement, As his stock is
ono of the best in the city.
Please give him an early call.
13. F. JOHNSON,
noSChlw 911 Market at., above Ninth, north side.
AL E, R o m Y ncI I IIN O s FFERING MORE AUC-
Vs Bilk and Wool Long Broche Shawls 0n1y....510 00
$l4 Silk and Wool Long Brocho Shawla 0n1y.... 900
$8 Silk a n d Wool Square Brodie only 600
$l5 Chenille, extra rich, only 8 60
$l2 Chenille, very rich, only 7 50
$7 f%O Chenille, plain styles 8.60
$0 Plaid all-wool Long Shawls, beautiful, 0n1y... 360
$l6 Cloakm, beautiful stylea and tine fabric 10 00
$l2 Clanks reduced t 0... 6 50
$9 Cloaks reduced to 4 50
$5 Clonka reduced to 3 10
300 yards very beautiful Cloth for Ladies' Cloaks.
er yard, worth $ 1.60; a splendid assortment of Ladies'Cloths, all shades and colors, imitable for Boys' wear;
Satinets and Xlaunels at unprecedeuted low pricea ; ono
lot of ['amanitas nt 31 cents, vrorth 50; all shades all
wool Pinkie at 28 cents, ,forth 62N ; one lot of all-wool
Delainos only 25 cents, worth 50; splendid Blanket]; at
only $3 per pair, 'worth $5; 550 yards of Black Beaver
Cloth at $1 60 per and , worth $2 60; Trimmings, in
endless variety, at a out half price.
no3o-mwa-3t IcEI,IIOY , S, 11 South Ninth St.
BANK OF PENNSYLVANIA.—SPE—
CIAL NOTICE.—AII the notes on the Bank of
Pennsylvania redeemed at par for DIIY GOON, selling
at less than Auction prices. Musline, Linens, Olathe,
Cassiineres, Blankets, nimbi, Calicoes, Detainee. at a
great sacrifice, in connection with our entire stock,
which will be sold at prices which will astonish all who
may favor us with a call. Pennsylvania Bank Notes
taken the mine as specie, (we make UP alfierence,) at
OLIVER, 11. JOIINSON'S Pennsylvania Bank Note Dry
Coeds Store, No. 1069 MARKET Street, above Tenth,
N. li —Online received for the very beet SchuYikill
Coal ; Penneylvania Dank Notol taken in payment.
OLIVER H. JOHNSON,
ne3o-11u No. 1009 Market gtroet.
STILL GREATER REDUCTIONS.—Being
determined to keep below competition, end BO as to
still sell cheaper than those who have made great re
ductions in their prices, we will sell an all-wool 12.0
blanket that will measure 2 yards and 12 melee wide
for $5 60. This Is the greatest bargain yet. We will
also sell the Blankets that we sold for $5 et $3. These
aro large size. Thao that were $0.60 for $3 60. Those
wo sold at Si for $5 60, and those we valet $9 for $8 60.
Thom we sold at $l2 for PM. These three last lola
are the finest quality.
It. it. & W. 11. PENNELL,
n030.1w 1021 Market street, below Eleventh.
.1,700 YARDS FINE QUALITY
DOUBLE WIDTH PLAID CA,BIISIEREB
AT 25 CENTS!! !
We have just received one toes of the above Goods.
We hear they are being sold in other Ogee 4. 87,34
11,100 worth of LONG DROGUE SIIAIVLS, from $5 to
V2s—the cheapest goods we have over seen!
A large stock of very elcellent
'BLACK SILKS AND FANCY SILKS!
Very cheap Blaukete and Flannels.
Clothe, Cassimeres, he., for Blerf's and Boys' Wen .
Carpets closing out, positlyely leas than cost.
Irish Linens Domestic Canton Flannels;
French liferinoes, }lnglis/1 Cobourge, Pararuattas,
In fact we offer unparalleled bargains from a well-as
n028.13t* N. E. corner qt Eighth and Spring Gairlon
RANK OF PENNSYLVANIA—GREAT
tv EXCITEMENT AT BELCIIER'B!—We are re
ceiving the notes of the above bank at par for Dry
Goode, at greatly-reduced prices.
Bank of Pennsylvania Notes taken for Cloaks and
Bank of Pennsylvania Notes taken for Shawls.
Bank of Pennsylvania Notes taken for Dress Goods.
Bank of Pennsylvania Notes taken for Merinos.
Bank of Pennsylvania Notes taken Men's Wear.
Bank of Pennsylvania Notes taken for Ribbons.
Bank of Pennsylvania Notes taken for Embroideries.
Bank of Pennsylvania Notes taken for Domestics.
Bank of Pennsylvania Notes taken for Blankets
Bank of Pennsylvania Notes taken for Gloves and
Bank of Pennsylvania Notes taken for the choice of
goods from ono of the largest and beet-selected stocks to
the city, and at extraordinary low prices, at
F. A. T. 11 BBLOCEIVS,
nov2l-12t S. W. corner Eighth and Spring Garden.
HE CHEAPEST LONG BROCHE
SHAWLS EVER SOLD IN PHILADELPHIA.
T110E1 , 41151' & 0111851, Eighth and Spring Garden,
have just purchased several lots of
LONG BROCIIE SHAWLS, FOR CABII, AT A MOST
1 lot fine quality, all Bilk and Wool, for SS.
1 " 44 54 II <4 for 110.
" " " " foo $l2.
llf 41 If 14 51 for $l4.
Several lots very fine, all wool, v. 4, $l6, $18,520, and
Fine French Blanket Shawls, Chenille Shassle,
at THORNLEY A MUSH'S,
no2S.4t N. E. corner of Eighth and Spring Ganlen eta.
'FUMBLING DOWN OF DRY GOODS
TREMENDOUS BARGAINS—Front the late Cash
Auction Halm at price* that
DEFY ALL COMPETITION.
CLOAKS and TALMAS far below the cost of materials.
Dress Goods of every description at the very lowest
prices. 25 cent 'Widnes reduced to 124.; cents, and
other Goods in the same proportion.
Just opened a largo lot of Chenille Scarfs, elegant
styles, at less than half price.
Closing out all our Merinos and Daramattas at cost,
and we have resolved that our Dry Goods shall be sold
as cheap as the cheapest. . .
J. O. PAYNTNR,
no2o-6t 113 and 111 N. EIGHTH St., above Arch
SIIARPLEES BROTHERS after
Full emortmonte of Long Shawls ;
Bordered all•wool Long at $4 50;
Plaid do do at $5 ;
Heavy Chenille Square at $5;
French and Berlin fine Shawle;
'troche, Long and Square, cheap;
Travelling Shawls, for men ;
Yriondet Shawle, in every variety.
raw 25 CIILISTNUT and EIGHTH streets
SHARPLESS BROTHERS, sole agents
For American Elastic Webbing,
Black and colored English Lasting,
French Looting and Gaiter Cloths,
Italian Clothe and Black and White Satins,
Galloons, Laces, Drills, Mullins,
French Kids, Morocco, Patent Leathern,
n0v2,5 , CHESTNUT and EIOUTH Streets
.•-g STYLES —Now open, Cloaks of Black, Brown, and
Gray Cloths, made up in the best and most flehlonable
style, in CLOAK AND SHALL BOOM.
15 Woollen Long Shawls, worth $7.
$5 Stolle Shawl ,, the $7 50 quality.
$6 Black Thihet Long Shawls.
$8 " " Square Shawls.
$6 limbo Square Shawls.
Shawls of every kind and price.
lane Cloaks made to order.
We still continue to sell our entire stock of dress
Goods at below the
FIRST COST OF MANUFACTURE.
A largo line of good
SATINETTS, CASSIMERES, AND CLOTHS,
BLANKETS AND FLANNELS,
In Basement Story, In full supply_
Tho especial attention of buyers Is desired. Notes of
all Solvent Banks in the Union taken.
Our reductions are bona fide.
Wo sell every article at the lowest market rate, no
matter what the coat may be.
COOPER h CONARD,
n021.9t. 9 E. cotaer Ninth and Market streets.
A large assortment of
Attractive and seasonable
Front the extensive wholesale stocks
Will be opened
TUB DAY, NOVEMBER :Mat, 1557,
At the store,
No. 913 MARKET Street, NORTH SIDE,
Between Ninth and Tenth,
And sold throughout
In Prices for
The goods ere all new, and of recent importation or
manufacture; ands rare opportunity is tittered to por
ch:miss to purchase the best makes sad styles, far
below the usual prices. SAMUEL S. lIESS,
n0v2.1..2w No. 923 MARKET Street
L. J. LEVY S: CO.,
IN ANTICIPATION OF REMOVAL
Now Wing ererted for them in
CHESTN UT STREET,
Have determined, for a period of
To dispose of a largo amount of their Stock now to stern
I.OW PRICES FOR CASH
They invito the attention of the Public and their Cue
towers to ono or the most complete assortments of
STAPLE AND FANCY
To ba found in this country, which will ho diAporiNt o
for tho poriod Darned, at such prices as will insure thoi
noTt CC NEXT TO THE CUSTOM HOUSE
HEA V l'" BROWN COTTONS
One Thon■and Bales
SIIEETINOS, SHIRTINGS, AND DRILLS,
LAWRENCE MANUFACTURING COMPANY,
JAcivioN COMPANY, (INDIAN IIEADO
NASHUA MA NUFACTURINO COMPANY,
Of their various widths and styles, which aro offered for
sale for first-class iiaper,,on
SIX MONTHS' CREDIT,
by the Agents of the Coo panics,
ALFRED SLADE & CO.,
39 LETITIA STREET.
A FURTHER REDUCTION TN PRICES
hoe been determined on by the subscnbers, in con
sequence of the coo tinned Treasure.
500 MISSES' ENOI,IOII BEAVER CLOAKS,
$2, formerly $3 50
300 51ISSES' ENGLISH BEAVER CLOAKS,
$3 5(0, formerly $3 50.
0.50 SUPERIOR FRENCH DEAVER CLOAKS,
53 to 53, cost to import FT to $lO each
LONG 'limit itiavta CIRCULARS,
SS, formerly $l2.
111(111 ISLACK VELVET CLOAKS,
All 20 per cent below coat of production.
J W. PROCTOR Sa CO ,
Successors to Goo liulpin k Co.,
nl3 2010 d 708 CHESTNUT street
L ADIES' DRESS TRIMMINGS,
AND KNITTING ZEPHYRS
NEW GOODS OPENED DAILY,
J. G. MAXWELL h. SON
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL STORES
1076 CHESTNUT Street, four doors below Eleventh
And 318 S. SECOND St., below Spruce.
FACTORIES.—Nos. 93 and 9T GEORGE St.,
Tenth, and SECOND Street, near Union.
Order, made at a few bourn , mitten. ee2 - 2 4mit
JOHN B. STRYKER, Ja.,
Wholesale Dealer lo
AUCTION DRY GOODS.
No. 11 DANK Otrovt,lablphla, oot1•2
Sales by 'Auction
M . THOMAS & SONS,
1.6.1.• Noe. 139 and 141 SOUTH /WORTH BTE EST,
(formerly Noe. 07 and 69.)
REAL ESTATE, STOOKS, &e. Publio Sales at the Philadelphia Exchange every
11' Handbills of each property issued separately, in
addition to which we publish on the Saturday previous
to each sale one thousand catalogues in pamphlet form,
giving full descriptions of all the property to be sold on
the following Tuesday.
na" FURNITURE SALES AT Tall AUCTION
STORE every Thursday morning.
REAL ESTATE AT PRIVATE BALE.
Err IVe have a large amount of Real Estate at Pri
vate Sale, including every description of City and
country property Printed Lists may be had at the
PRIVATE SALE REGISTER
advertised Estate entered on oar Private Sale Re
gister, and occaalonally in our PALM Sale
Abstracts, (of which 1,000 copies are printed weekly,)
free of charge.
STOCKS, ACCEPTANCES, REAL ESTATE, &e.
Pamphlet catalogues now ready, containing foil de
scriptions of all the property to be sold on Tuesday,
next, let December, with a list of aides Bth and 16th
December, and of real estate at private sale.
On Tuesday Evening,
Dec. Ist, at the Philadelphia Exchange, at 7 o'clock,
will be sold, by order of administrator, estate of Robert
Zane. dec'd ;
1 share of the Jefferson Land Association, dues
amounting to 1180. paid up to Nov. 10th, 1117.
Also, $360 Union Mutual Insurance Company certifi
cates of pronto of the years 1849, IESO, and Wel.
Share in the Philadelphia Library Company.
" Mercantile Library Company.
Also, for account of whom it may concern, a draft of
El. O. Cove & Co., on John Farman & Co., and accepted
by them, for 11,700, due 13th October, 1857.
Also, one of 12,500, same drawers and acceptors, due
7th November, 1857.
$5,000 CAMBRIA IRON CO. BONDS.—AIso, for ac
count pf whom it may concern, 5 first mortgage, 6 per
cent. bonds, $l,OOO ouch, of the Cambria Iron Com
pany, dated January, 1854, due January, 1864, coupons
payable Ist January and July in New York.
Also, draft of D. Longenecker on John Farnum & CO
and accepted by thorn, for $2,000, due 10th Oct , 1857.
Also, $lOOO Penne.. Ave per cent. Loan, 1841.
On Tuesday Evening,
December Bth, at 7 o'clock at the Philadelphia Er
change,for account of whom It may concern:
240 shares Merchants' Insurance Company of Phila
delphia, par s2s—full paid
25 shares Manufacturers' and Dlechanics' Sarin* and
Loan Company, par sso—full paid.
Two first mortgage 6 per cent. bonds, $5OO each,
Southern Railroad (lab) Vicksburg). coupons attached,
payable July and January, 6 per coot.
REAL ESTATE BALE—DECE3IBER let.
Administrators' Sala—Estate of Richard Paxson, Dre'd,
formeris of Dr. Shippen.
ELEGANT COUNTRY SEAT AND FARM, ABOCT
SIXTEEN MILES FROM. MARKET STREET, AND
TIIREE FROM BRISTOL.
Our sale let December will include the valtuable
country seat and farm 167 acres, with superior improve
ments, known as o PAßLEY,"situats on the heights, on
the west side of Neehamony Creek, between the Bristol
turnpike and the Newport road.
Full particulars in handbills.
Orphans' Court Sale—Estate of William 11. Leeman,
FRAME DWELLING, Mar WARD.
Frame dwelling, north aide of Wood street, between
Green lane and Levering street, Twenty-first Ward.
Orphans' Court Sule—Estate of Lynch, minors.
TWO-STORY BRICK 110IISE.
Two-story brick house, Burls' court, between Tenth
and Eleventh streets below Locust.
NEAT IdODERN RESIENCE,
Also, nest modern refintence, No. 153 North Fifteenth
street, above Arch street, finished with modern improve
ments and conveniences.
TWO HANDSOME NEW RESIDENCES, Nos. 1809
AND 1823 DELANCY PLACE, _BETWEEN EIGH
TEENTH AND NINETEENTH AND smor. AND
Two handsome new four-story brink residences, with
three-story back buildings, and replete with all- the
modern Improvements and convenience . They will be
mold separately. Immediate possession.
THREE VALUABLE LOTS, WALNUT STREET,
Three valuable lots, Walnut street, east of Marge,
rafts street—each 50 feet tront, = feet deep to York
street. Clear of all incumbrance.
A THREE-STORY minletrators'
BRICKPerem DWELLI y
NG, e. TWENTY
Also, a throe-story brick dwelling, Twenty-first
street, below Hamilton street.
THREE-STORY BRICK STORE AND DWELLING.
Three-story brick store and dwelling, Ridge avenue,
below Oxford street.
TWO-STORY BRICK DWELLING.
Two-story brick thvelhug, Columbia avenue, (mat of
PEREMPTORY SALE.—TGREE GROUND RENTS
Three groom' rents—one of $l2O, one of SU, awl one
of $3O per annum.
Executor's Peremptory Pale—Estate of Charlotte
TWO-STORY BRICK DWELLING.
Two-story brick dwelling, with back-buildings, west
aide It. John street, above Noble street.
GROUND RENT-41d2 A YEAR.
A well secured yearly ground rent of $lO2 a year on
property Delaware Front and Water etreets, between
Vine and Callowhill atrecta Sale absolute.
TIIREE-STORY BRICK DWELLING.
Three-story brick dwelling, No 1011 Vernon atreet,
between Tenth and Eleventh, and Parrish and Brown
LOT OP GROUND.
Lot of Ground southwest corner of Columbia avenue
and Twenty-sevonth street.
THREE-STORY BRICK DWELLING.
Three-story brick dwelling, No. /152 Passyunk road,
above Federal street.
PEREMPTORY SALE-THREE-STORY BRICE
Three-story brick dweWlling LL,
No, 300 Lombard street,
west oc Third. Sale absolute.
HANDSOME RESIDENCE, WOOD STREET, BUR-
A handsome brick residence, Wood street, between
Broad and Union streets, Burlington, N. 3. Lot 114
feet front, by 305 feet deep.
THREE-STORY BRICK STORE AND DWELLING,
S. E. corner of Tenth and Poplar streets.
REAL ESTATE SALE—DECEMBER Bth.l
Thle eels will iacluAe--
NEAT MODERN RESIDENCE—N. W. corner Fit•
teeuth and Lombard etreeta It 11 replete with modern
improvement,. and Conveniences. $4,000 may remain en
TWO LARGE AND VALUABLE LOTS, WEST
PIIILADELPHIA.—WaIuabIe lot S. R. corner of Walnut
and Margaretta streets, 160 by 175 feet.
Valuable lot, north side of Locust street, 100 feet west
William street, 100 by WI feet (two fronts).
HANDSOME MODERN RESIDENCE, PINE ST.—
The handsome modern residence, southeast corner of
Pine and Nineteenth streets. It is fit feet front, and
finished in handsome modern style. Immediate posses
sion. ID" Only $l,OOO required in cash.
MORTOAGE FOR $1,023 —Also, a first mortgage
secured on 11 atone dwellings and lot of ground, Cresson
street, Mansyunk. Clear of ground-rent. There is a
perpetual policy of insurance for 85,000.
HANDSOME DOUBLE RESIDENCE, WITH SIDE
YARD—Handsome uew residence, replete with all
modern improvements, northeast corner Franklin and
Poplar streets, lot Id feet front.
MODERN RESIDENCE.—AIso, handsome new resi
dence, replete with modern conveniences, Franklin at.,
adjoining the above, lot 16 feat, 8 inches front.
117' The above are very desirable residences. Im
mediate possession may be had. Terms accommodating.
ReAL ESTATE: B 6 4 II—DECXIII3IIII. 15th.
This aisle will include--
Orphans' Court Bale—Estate of Benjamin Burnell,
FOUR TIIREE•STORI BRICK DWELLINGS—
Pratt street, east of Fairmount street.
Sale in Camden, N. J.
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, BEDS AND BEDDING,
CARPETS, CHINA, deo.
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, km, of a lady declining housekeeping
11Y - May be examined at S o'clock on the morning of
PULVERIZED CHARCOAL, FACTORY UTENSILS,
IVAOONS, CART, HARNESS, he
(Of the firm of Campbell & Farren )
30th Instant, at 10 o'clock, at the corner of Seven
teenth and Christian streets, will be sold, without re
servo, the contents of a factory for making pulverized
charcoal, comprising mill and stone for grinding, other
utenalle, a large quantity of pulverized charcoal In
blots , bbls , and bugs, Ac.
Also, a light wagon and harness
Also, two other wagons and a cart.
Alen, saddle and bridle.
110USEIIOLD FURNITURE —lmmediately after the
above, will be sold, in Christian street, north aide
above Seventeenth street, the household furniture,
late or Thomas Farren, deceased. By order of the Ad
Closing sale at No. 1017 Walnut street.
STOCK OF CABINET FUItNITURE.
On Tuesday Morning,
December lst, at 10 o'clock, at No 1017 Walnut street,
without reserve, the balance of the Block of turnaure
of Mr John Duross, declining business. Comprising
Walnut tete-a-tetes, chairs, wardrobes, dressmir, bu
reaus, extension dining tables, sideboards, office tables,
Sce ,Ae. .
frt . Tho store is to rent—immediate possession given
LIBRARY OF TILE LATE ROBERT F. WALSH, ESU
On Tuesday and Wednesday evenings.
Dec Ist and 21, the valuable miscellaneous library o
the late Robert F Walsh. Din which contains a larg.
number of rare and valuable works on carious subjects
Included In the library of the late Robert F. Walsh
, will be found—
Heath's Gallery of British Engrai logs, .4 vs. Ho;
Batty's Welch Scenery; Itlcheird.on's English Dic
tionary, 2 so; Funny Devotional Bible, by Rer. Mat
thevr Henry, 3 vs. Ito; Drake's tiliskverii and his
Times, 2 vs. Wightivick's Palace of Architecture;
Wilkes' Exp loring- Expedition. 6 rots; Monstrolet's
Chronicles, 2 vole; Grose's Antiquities of Englud,
Ireland, dud Wales, 10 vole; Picturesque Tonr of the
Gauges, colored plates; Bradford's Spain and Portagal.
do, Illustrations of Buenos Ayres, do, Ilititon's United.
State. ' 2 vole; Scripture Illustrations, Ito; Cunning
tain's Gallery of Engravings, 2 vols. 4to ; Jamieson's
Sacred not Legendary Arts; Ilistory of Writing;
Beaumont and Fletcher's Dramatic Works, 11 vole,
8vo; Quadrupeds of America, by Audnbota. 3 vole,
colored plates; llistory of the Indian Tribes of
America, 120 colored portraits, 3 vole; Audubon's
Binds of America, T ye, cold plates' Catterinole's Civil
War; Waverly Novels, Abbotsford edition, 12 tots, Sirs.
Warren's History of American Revolution, 3 va , Na
tional British Gallery of Engravings, 2 I ; Knight's
London, 3 Tel uric.; of Daniel Ht bster. 6 v, , En
cyclopedia Metropolitans, 30 Is -Ito Smith's Die
thisary of Greek and Roman Mythology, 3 vs; An
tiquities of Great Britain. 2 vs; Coney's An
cient Cathedrals, folio, Boydell's Illustrations of
Shakspere, 100 plat=s, folio;
Hogarth's Works. 2
vs; Progress of America.: so, Burton's Anatomy of Me
lancholy, 2 is, Book of Oents,2 re; Shakspere Tableaux;
Hunt's Merchant's Magazine, 27 vs, SirJeo.hue. Reynold's
D.coursee.; London Interiors, 410. Gibbon's Roman Em
pire, 32 Nov, Great Exhibition. 1851, 8 re; Collies In
dians, 2 vs, ro; Old England's Worthies.folio. Life of Sir
Edward Coke, 2 vole; Cook's Voyages, 2 vols. Illustrated
Cornwall, 1 vol; American in Europe, Ito; Works of Jo
sephus, 16 Nos, illustrated, Lie es of the Illeetrious, o v..
Lardnerie Lectures 2 vs; Jefferson's Memoirs, Iva; Hurt.
lett's Walks about Jerusalem, Raphael a Cartoons;
Layard's Nines eh, 2 vole. Bancruft's United States, 3 SA,
Arabian Nights, 3 re. Library of Choice Reading, 10
Antiquities of Bristol. I vol, Eliot's History of Liberty,
4 vole, Works of Lord Bacon. 3 vole, Irving's Works.
13 vole, Chandler,' Cyclopidia, 2 tole, 11 into of E. A.
Poe, 3 t oil, c , Are
ID - The Books will be arranged for examination on
Catalogues now rosily
NOTICE—STUCK OF ELEGANT FURNITURE
Catalogues of J Lutt's ?lock of furniture to be sold on
Wedne.day at No 121 South Eleventh street, are now
ready, and the furniture arranged for examination.
Sale at No. 121 South Eleventh street
ELEGANT ROSEWOOD, WALNUT, AND MAHOGANY
On Wednesday Morning,
Dec. 2nd, at 10 o'clock, by catalogue, at No. 121
Routh Eleventh street. without reserve, the entire
atock of J. Lutz, comprising an elegant a..ortmeut of
rosewood and walnut drawing-room furniture, elegant
chamber furnitureAc , all manufactured by Mr. Lutz,
expressly for his ware..room sales, of the beat tuatortala
and workmanship, and warranted,
10 .- May be examined, with catalogues, three days
previous to sale
Sate Noe. 139 and 141 South Fourth Street.
suPrnion. FURNITURE, FINE MIRRORS, PIANO
FORTE, VELVET CARPETS,
On Thursday Morning,
At 10 o'clock, at the suottou &oars, m extonatre
assortment of excellent furniture, mirrom, piano-fortes,
fine earpe t*, &c., from families declining housekeeping,
Executors' Sale.—Estate of Daniel Cripple
110118E1101.D FURNITURE, PIANO, Bait FIX
TURES, LIQUORS, (100 D-WILL, c.
On Monday Morning,
December 7113, at, 10 o'clock, by catalogue, by order
of the executors a Daniel Coyote ' deceased, at the
corner of Exchange Place and Carter's alley, the en
tire household furniture, beds and bedding, table and
bed linen, he
Also, the bar-room furniture and fixtures, fine en
gran rag s, a large a‘sortitient of flue liquors and cigara
Irr ' Full particulars in catalogues
Also, the good-will of this welt known sod popular
gales by 'Auction.
WOLBERT & SCOTT, AUCTIONSERB
T AND CO3IRSSIONIIFJICUANT2,43:t
NUT Street, oppeaite the Custom Homo, between
Fourth end VIM fitreete.
CARD —We invite the attention of pareliasers to the
positive sale of a choice assortment of handsomely made
Furs, for ladles' and gents' wear, carriage robes, Ac.,
to be held at our store This (Monday) Morning, com
mencing at 10)( o'clock, by catalogue.
10th instant, commencing at lug o'clock precisely,
we will sell, without reserve for cash, a choice as
sortment of furs far lashes', gents', and misses' wear,
consisting of capes, tstawas, victorines, pelmines, caps,
muffs, cuffs, gloves, sleigh and carnage robes, dn.,
made in the best manner, of Siberian squirrel, mraix,
sable, stone martin, Steh, ermine, chinchilli, swan's
down, seal, otter, ecc
ID — The whole will be ready for examination, with
catalogues, early on the morning of sale, when pur
chasers are respectfully invited to attend.
FURS, FURS, dc.
Commexcing at IQ o'clock precisely, we will sell by
catalogue, for cash, a general assortment of Ines, con
sisting of Mims, rapes, muffs, pelerines, cuffs, cleto
rises, gloves, collars, guantlets, caps, !lc , made In the
best manner, of Sable, Siberian Squirrel, Stone Martin,
Ermine, Swansdown, MynX,
SILK AND CLOTH CLOAKS, TALIIAS AND DUS
TERS.—AIso, a line ladies' elegantly made silk and
cloth cloaks, Wanes, dusters, basques, mantillas. Ac.
EMBROIDERIES AND MILLL.NERY GOODS.—AIso,
an assortment French and Scotch embroideries is
paeconet, cambric, swiss, and book muslin, kc.
Also, bonnet and trimming ribbons, silk galloon trim
mings, silk velvet ribbons, elk fringes, blonde lance,
WOOL HOSIERY GOODS —Also, men's and women's
wool and merino shirts and drawers, wool scarfs and
cruets, wool lame and half hose, wool gloves.
CHENILLE SHAWLS AND SCARFS —Also, a line
choice colors chenille shawls and scarfs, Paris printed
cashmere shawls, wool square and long shawls,
Also, a valuable stock of domestic goods, such as
flannels, denim, detainee, o:Ravage, sattinata, 4-4 prints,
ticking', colored cambnes, wool shawls, gingham:az,
hosiery geode, &e, •
GOLD WATOILES.—ALso, 12 or 15 gold watches. in
WOOL YARN —Also, 120 pounds mixed wool yarn
N. 11.—The whole will be ready for examination, with
catalogues, early on the morning of sale, when the trade
and purchasers generally will find it their interest to at—
_JS . FREEN, AUCTIONEER,
-.0 NO. SZE W ALNUT STREET, above FOURTH.
CARD—SALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE—TUES.
We beg leave to inform the public that we hold
our regular weekly sales of Funuture every Tuesday, at
our SPACIOUS SALES /LOOM, NO. a 23 WALNUT
STREET, where every possible attention is given to ob
tain the highest prices for the goods of those who nay
favor 113 with consignments. Families having portions of
their furniture to dispose of, or those declining house
keeping and not wishing sales at their own dwellings,
can have their furniture CAREFULLY ItEmorsr TO
OUR SALES ROOM, WHERE TREY WILL REALIZE
BETTER PRICES FOR THEIR FURNITURE THAN
THEY CAN ()STAIN FROM ANY OF THE FURNI
TURE DEALERS OR ANY OTHER AUCTION STORE
IN THE CITY.
11 Persona favoring os with consignments can rest
assured that their property will not be sacritited.
na- Commissions more moderate than those charged
by soy other Auction Ilouse in the city. '
Consignments respectfully col cited.
Balee paid Immedistely atter the goods us 1014.
REAL ESTATE BALE, DECEMBER 2d, 1117.
This sale at the Exchange, on Welnesetay_erening,
December 2, 12.57, at 7 o'clock, will :include—
Orphans , :9o 7 ort Sale—Estate of Lsogllinora.
PROPERTY. MARINER STREET.
A two-story brick house and lot of ground, en the
south side or Mariner street, 96 feet west of Thirteenth
street, 16 feet front, ST feet 1 inch deep. $l2 ground
MOUNT MORTAL' CEMETERY STOCK.
On Wednesday evening, preriona to the Fate of Real
Estate, will be sold—
pp shares Mount Modell Cemetery Stock.
Sale at No. 425 Spruce street.
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, TAPESTRY CARPET'S,
On Tuesday Morning,
At 10 o'clock, will be sold, at No. 425 Spruce street,
the entire household and kitchen furniture, carpets,
AT PRIVATE SALL
A first-class Printing OfSce, with a good run of busi
ness; four printinowesses t two Rugglea and one Admits
Type and everything necessary for the business. Apply
et the Auction Store.
MOSES NA THAN S s AUCTIONEER
ICE AND COMMISSION MERCHANT, S. E. corner
SIXTH And RACE Streets.
AT PRIVATE SALE—GoId and Elver patent lever '
Lepine, English, Swim, and French watches, jewelry,
of every description, masical instruments, Re., Re.
AT PRIVATE SALE—Arranged on world Soar,
household furniture, of eeery description, beds, mat
tresses, carpeting, looking glasses, fancy articles, Re.,
PEREMPTORY SALE OP TUE ENTIRE FIXTURES
OP A CIGAR STORE AND MINERAL WATER
ESTABLISUMENT, Al' No. MX" (old No.) FOUItTiI
STREET, ABOVE RACE, EAST BIDE.
On Tuesday Morning.
December Ist, at 10 o'clock, consisting in part of
mineral water fountain, marble top counter, plain coun
ter, cigar cares, Pompey—with stand, syrup bottle.,
chandeliers, glass sash, cigar boles, tobacco jars, signs,
drainer, Ice boxes, stove and pipe, beard partition,
desk, window-Shades, office tables. ke , Re.
Ont-door sales attended to personally by the Auction
eer. Obargee eery low. Consigrunenta of furniture
clothing, jewelry, Re., &c , solicited.
NATHAN'S PRLNCIPAL LOAN OFFICE,
S. E. Corner of Sixth and Race Streets,
Where money will be loaned on gold and silver plate
Watches, Jewelry Diamonds, Clothing, Dry Goode,
Groceries, Begets, Hardware, Cutlery, i'arniture, Bed
ding, Horses, Vehicles, Harness, Stocks, and on all ar
ticles of value for any length of time agreed on, ounsore
satisfactory and liberal terms than at any other estab
WEBB'S great sale of forfeited Watches Jewelry,
0111:01, Pistols, McCall Instruments, &c., wiletake place
shortly. Due notice will be given.
WEBB'S great sale of Dry Goods, Clothing, Bedding,
Re., being forfeited collateeals, will take place shortly.
Due notice will be given.
AT PRIVATE SALE, AT RALP THE USUAL
SELLING PRICES.—DoubIe-bottomed and hunting
ease gold patent lever watches, of the most ap
proved makes; hunting case and open face gold escape
ment lover and lepina watches, full jeweled; fine gel,'
enameled lever and lepme watches foe gol.t
jewelry of every description. ' silver lever and lee
watches, in hunting cases and open face; tinier Eng lish,
Swiss, and French watches; a general a.ssortment of fur•
niture, beds, mattresses, mirrors. Ac.
OIIT-DOOR SALES SOLICITED, and charges to snit
the times, low.
Conalgomenta of every deamiption of goodssolicited
for public or private sale.
MONEY AEVANCED on all and every kind of tocsin,
for public or private sale, or to be held for a limited
time. Charges low.
5,9-IIUEL NATHANS, AUCTIONEER,
and MONET LOAN OFFICE, No. 113 South
TIMID Street, below Walnut, opposite PM at, only
eight doors below the Exchange.
norms of business from 7 o'clock, A. 11., mita. 10
o'clock in the evening.
Out-door tales, and sales at the Auction House, at
tended upon the most satisfactory terms.
CAPITAL I'oo 000.
Estrin/irked fer $OO but Taitty Pam
Advances made from one dollar to thottaands ou Dia
moods, Silver Plate, Watches, Jewelry, Hardware, Mar
chandise, Clothing, Furniture, Bedding, Cigars, Musical lnstromenta, Guns, Horses, Carriages, and Goods or
All advances from 0120 hundred dollars and upwards
will Ds charged 2 per cent. per month; $50.2 and over,
the lowest market rate.
This Store Honse having a depth of 120 feet, haalarge
Ere and thief-proof vaults to store all valuables, sod pr.
vats watchmen for the premises • also, a hem/ loin
ranee effected for the benefit of all persona haring goods
N. B.—On account of having an unlimited capital,
this office is prepared to make advances on more a.tie
factory and accommodating terms than my other in
Money adranoed to the poor, to malt amounts, with
out any charge.
AT PEITATX SALT.
Gold Patent Lever end other tietries, Jewelry, and
Clothing will be cold at reamed prices. and-ly
GEORGE W. SMITH, AUCTIONEER
N. B. corner of BARRON and 8017TH Streets
SALES EVERY SATURDAY SMITH(/ '
At 73.‘ o'clock, et the Auction Store, of Hardware, eta
lery, Housekeeping Artacles, Clothing, Ifatchee, Jewel
ry, Fancy Articles, Zee.
GREAT WESTERN INSURANCE AND
TRUST COMPANY—Office. IJIWALNUT. Comer
of FOURTH Street FIRE, MARINE API INLAND
INSURANCE at the !owe,: rat±,
PI LIDBLPIIII, November 23, 1537.
At A meeting of the Stockholders of this Company,
held on the leth init., the following perama vacs
elected liirectore for the coming year, viz
011 k ELEA C LATHROP, 1423 Walont street.
W3I DARLING, 1510 Pine street.
ALEX. Will LLDEN, merchant, IS Norte Front et
ISAAC LIAZLELII:IIST, Attorney and Counsellor.
JOHN C lii:NrEit, of Iv right. Hunter & Co
E TRACY, of E. Tracy A Co , 4:01,15xi ;Is' Hall.
JOHN It 3I'VCRUY, of JOnea. Whltr. A M'Curdy
TIIOS L GILLESPIE, of Gille•pir &
JAB. It FIIITII, of /IA It. Scr itit J Ca.
1 HARPER JEFFRIES, of W. 11 Brown ACo
JOHN It VOODES. co: Seventh ar,l Santora streets
Cll AS I: 11IOMPSON, 413 Che.tnut street.
JN 0 J SLOCUM, South Third street.
ALFRED TAYLOR, °Pico Cairo Clty Property.
And at a meetinz of the Dirtetors, held this dar,
C LATIUM? was unanimously
Prealleut. and'3l. DARLING, Vic.,Pre,dezt.
LI. S. RiCIIARD3J\,
OFFICE OF TIIE INDEPENDENT MU
TUAL INSURANCE COMPANY. NoCce to
hereby given that in accordance with the provision+ of
the Act of Incorporation. an election , or 9i - teen persons.
to serve as Director+ of the Independent Mutual tutu
mire Court ariy, until the first day of December,
or until their succemows are legally oho-ion, Will be
heft at the office of the Company. No :-N3 WALNUT
Street, on TOES DAY. the first day of December. 1537,
tit twerp the hcwr3 of 10 A. 3I end 1 P M.
noA).tdel D B 3.I7GINLNY, Secretary,
D MARINE INSUR
i ILADELPILIA—OfEId, No.
ANCE COMPANY, P
802 WALNUT' street, west
"PLAN RISES ONLY TANY.N. ,,
Wm. M Swain, Jer. Walker,
Johg Anspach, Jr., 'Jno. McClure,
11 N Burroughs, Tho. Craren,
J. IS Hughes, A 8. Gillett,
F. D. Sherman, Furman Sheppard,
Wm. P Meeker, Sam'. Jones, M. D ,
J. P. Steiner, Joseph Nlapp, M. D.
11. A. Shackelford,
Hon. JORI, JONES. President.
Mon. G. W. WOODWARD, Vice President
JOO. 9 Mini ctiss, Secretary,
J 13189 II ALIORD, Assistsct Secretary no:-3m-If
COII3IONIYEALT 9 . FIRE INSURANCE
COMPANY, OF TUE ,STAns OF PENNSYLVA
NIA —Ofnce, N. W. Corner FOUNTII and WALNUT
Streets, Philadelthis. Subscribed Capital, .1.:40,00.0,
Paid-up Capital. 8' 3 ) 0 . 000 .
DAVIDJAY: E, M. D Presidasit.
THOMAS 8. STEWART , Vice Presl.
Basust. 8. Moos, Secretary. aul-ly
tv-a- The Sub , eriber hss commenced ralnafacturin hie
Ne Pins Ctt•n
311 N C D 3111 A T,
which he offers to hie customers us
GARGIL Or .. - _ , MALL trANTITITS
Orders through BLOOD'S DISDATCLI w.lI ba pone
tually sttendod to
nl3 2m d ,SPRING GARDNN .13,1 St!
SAVING: FUND.-UNITED STATES
TRUST COMPANY, corner of THIRD and CREST
Large and =CI sums received, and paid bark on de
mand, without notice, with FIVE PER CENT INTER-
EST from the day of deposit to the day of withdrawal.
Office hours, from 9 until S o'clock every day, and cat
MONDAY EVENINGS from T until 9 o'clock.
DRAFTS for sale on England, Ireland, and Scotland,
from II upwards
President—STEPHEN It CRAWFORD,
Teller--JANIES R. HUNTER.
FLOORING BOARD 3--23,620 feet Care
has doming boards. afloat, for ule by
all 119 North Wet., Stn.*.
RUSSIA AND AMERICAN TARRED
CORDAGE —a superior article L uszaufactara
and for sale by WEAVER, FITLEE tr. CO.,
AS t•tt Ns. ga N. Water at., it n N.lnamil,