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'''-‘ • theY witi'one"yoar o S o 1116 tr a ' uwi t u' halre, pu t t ;
, "!•,4.!• - -- -,-- - • , i - - " " - inailed their nred
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aired: hie is crintlY the oW_UhOul soma 6t
' the Tigl-itrinitje bits;llli 6 .l. l6 l 6 'w6 l a 616.1 ' nu '
stormodmirably . , . , -.'r -, ~ i ...0 •st —' ,..-,..-. , a , ..,. . , '-c .
' * Thipqrade with importers has hes?! nol', and
- many of the Keay etenink forward go into bonded
wireholise, le swag thq•openlng of •the spring
cler'sbOtitithtollliothittig dillintte can be s a id at
v ir 4 a lir 'Ati la'rtiinipplies of *reduce atilt remain
, ' - ' :lntecrOitittiy,tohe moved inlhe APrictlf, ills be
'. ' - lieVed‘that its movement in laige cauintities w a ll
-..--• idaloYmmfrcatittoWt4 tle'P r 'og h u° ,l " ll s l l,- 1
• - ili a niehtimr ir:istime , defitee" or , t h e ea env es
a.,-...'''sr-'4"l'ltti—irsiltufalij...btiel l 'epir sa;plueth disturbed and
- i' ,- :- , ?.'"eattalled ,- byr, thelrdenetary pante: New_ that si„
",",." --7,- -. - ‘2' , lfiieflp'Siatfi iltblurim,loyedf the hula shbuld,idur
i'l43.il44tir,fespitti;taktimeasures tit , reseinticinise OA
. •-•.5•'',, ,,, V - plati tof ',nondueting . their business. ' Byer /. Mr'
. '-'-' ~ V
' ' r tlitai' ofiglit te be Lindner with the
-. 4 ohent si Ur a a • ' ii Itl Mid ( while
"...t" '•• • ;causes ettlie latelectiniirrd ou ef,
••', •*,'-,. "-this clouds of:distrust are elearhig,errah II is MI
' remisrerices in the
-''' ' ':• ditty to &aril against similar
' ' • futurk . 4 - ' `•,-- ,--, ' • "': 4-. : :'. — : —lf ' ''
.., 1 ' . 7- ;:mra c o ,,i 4r 4y o i oe ; of /hi Ponasyt-
La ll"g - ' :° - ' -(= for :reetrle4ninded
"21441'; ' Th ' illin gr ' ' &llaQ ''
-r: this i n stitution
„: Ctritifien.'...%The',o oll :o o l ooos - 0 4 " an i a tauten _
t „, T. '', was latalesterdsTwith M r, P u,„i„ o..t i A
, lag .sier, 0 9„• IV
_., T h w ito r ,oo,l, o tingi t hited.gentlemen. frets _this c , .
ml,l4l, f ir . pavtir ottliftttitteu,ssistefi d inlig e l t ez,
--.'atie-a-, ‘ ;.TheAotum f t `' '"- i l,t3 r,,t e iZeitess of na,
- , , y,dii tioi.p;abunds. in... .. f ; e - - hi c h
, - , ".,,,01earitg. - , , Irtrill.he witto grey gellipte,,w
-;.,, is plenty:hi thet seethe:Of the t,itati;ls - d will have
:11'front of 2611efeet. 1 ,t The tnnstrehuilaing 4s to -be
''`, 126 13Y,52 feettqltOrings 190 py ft. feet. 'lt will
~ ~berthreokterfes in)peight; end the °entre building
--- "-Ile viirinqunted - bY,ii dome 22 feet high ; the Tanga
.."-',,4- ..,byhMvderes- , l23ret In beight:' , .• There will be a
1 1,, :: -.-:turnidor,of -10 feet In width, extending the entire
`7 , :',:' , '" ,,. . - joittli'vof. the, building: • The first floor is to
-" , , , .. , ),,5• ilividsfijiritivflohnis - for4thti steward, ma
!,,•,z',', - - 'tron;-, iniperinteriddrit, ,sohnol),l l4o ,d - Ihut o r°•P l u i
,-: "",.. f,":Fir,' ei. , the ,3 •Seliond,, , floor:, - into uorm tort 0 ,
bl , z'ul; and' ether: recces. ' The building will
' '`hase - li - it limt• aleaxerandahe in the rear,
gYnni I i• - • wed
,;,:--provided with glass enclosures, to be for play
-_. raon4l , ll the *lnter. It s .o expeled to &comma
- • 'date ahaiit 180 children . The -s tyle of arehitea.
' ' turot,irdist•bepted•,after le the Itapan, though the
--, ,ficolleirill hay° but little of aly:torcamental eha
.ritotOf abonKit i exteptittig a stone ?rho over, the
,' -,1311 0 0 ,,4 4 9 1 1r11udr:'' T hauu r k t ilikt ui e V e l. a o r t as
4 - ` 1
441" ' 4.51): ' , ; t8 i P t i i blc' 'n1 1 11 ;111 .1 f., Zmed,in the
1, - - - a, • Slisidisn e 6u
: ' "„spritig Ss isarly'astne ?leather will ihrmit, It is
--,,,` ”, this Intention of the directors•to push it forward to
- - :-•- , ,coutpletion with all possible despatch. Mr. Saul.
: - 'fileattktite ambiteot., ,•,.-„ .. „, ,tt ,
I,lfeltet , 4siodutffib.—The Exitentive Corn
' ' ladtree of the 'Twelfthwani, for thir relief of the
ihisSip/oyed and dirrtyared l 'give notch that alt
esieiversulle4g within the tivirddie - made kncrirn
totheitilit the liall'of th&liniticl, States,Hose Co.,
',ors Buttonwood street, near - York avenue, where a
convoltAgevilkl4 daily in ottimdancle' (Sundays 7,"
gp ),- hihnien the hours oft-2 and fk.e cloak .
~: t o adininieter reliette deserving applioants. •
and All oeimiiiientationi vrill be strictly eentidential,
d theriaMes of persatiCroebring relief will not '
be glide knowri otita'ido of the committee.- Special
• easel , s t ill ; ha 'Wended to by female visitors. .
' - .. 1 ,23.:•..- Al,d'Othtioneln Clothing or useful artiolee will
~..-.. _• :the thankfully received at, the,coinniittee,roora.
.ii'F'-'k' ',l- ; .. - Soup will be , distribated - to-morrow , from the
- ll', '- so p house Allen`streccishore fihaokamexon. We
- -"woulVitpihiil - to•the bentwohnt throughout the
7 olt-Thirenisonber thiesoolety. ' thistribulions will
be reiiiivid,by,,Geete Ilandlten, - treasurer, re
t 'eldifg in:Marlborough street,' above Queen, and
Abraham P.,li_yres, presldentof the society, Queen
street, abOretianever, or any of this ether men*:
4)%otisate, isprortationriii Chieleco Mend
--- , Poi some "stun past *Jane camber of robberies,
of chlokens hive been committed in the Twenty.
fourth ward. Ittn %many eightlhe pollee arrested
three persons on the charge of robbing a chicken
• house. Ono of the prisoners effected hisereape. In
the 'house of ono of the otherswu found one hen
' . ,- droll and fiftY. Ware of ohlekene, picked. and pre.
• "-, 'pered""for,nuirketoome of which were Identified
' 'by sionitioman residing in Mayiendville, es his
property. On- blondity.night the.ehtoken house of
, Mrs.- Dr: - juntas grab's, on the , turnpike near
Cithodrenentongy; was robbed of over ene bun
-.- -' 'lira pairs of "Oick " ;ga l t l ' led °.
1110 6 ii . .91. E r •
. mlier popeession an utieqnco ec, _ ,
,fow)s, the pro of her late Mishima , Dr. Cr ibb '
' -whof , was a celebrated chloken•faueler. The gees
thicimitturany *rhea; when wilt the policemen of
the Twenty.fourtli "raid be able to check entirely
thelieylmlemde depredations It. , ~ . „ •
- , 1,1,0ti1l ReliCs:The, excavations for the Post
Oftle'e :extension _Of the old Ponntylvanis Bank
building have brought, to lightrOMe !allele of steno.
turns 'Which: stood' linen ithe site,before the bank
' irati built. On the north side of the jot on Lodge
------- scr. ,,, , „ theutepposite Pemberton's Court, the dig
4ors have hrou - gux t?,yleissonair „mtlons of an old
ioundatiote,wall, °composed of pebbles and, other
kinds Of stone in somewhat 'prirtilllvr , sipssr-ircett
south of _thispointlronnwinmuitsof en old well,
evidently„long since filled np. "Three familiar with
- "the histol7 of the spot know tinit the astly Free
. Weans of Philadelphia had theirifell uponthis
lot, and that from Ai. cimurtanoo,4ageotreat
. ':;;- :sit-an elielion'of the B. WG: Lovige,k.
ll,' Miaow!" on' Monday' evening,. Deeetniter 704
•• the tallowy nam . g . tf i s e tple a r t i , w i tre . ; i l t i o e i c i , e ttv l i
I t the
-ft-. ll flliVitit a xit. 31 ) . Phillips, D. 0, }y. t; BA).
7'therdno Thomason, B. 0.• W.; BrotherD: O. G
rett, ; . )9.; Brother Peter Williamson, G. T.;
„Brother IV-IL - Adams, 0. Secretary.: - -
I.to:re bicericliarism.•=Abollt - eleven' o'cloilf
on Mondiy, night, e eiliblO is - Jones;street, above
Tweutiethiwas set on fire.'und clikhtly damaged.
, Aliaiiir„Vatur, yesterday morningoidded a queryto
lins lelifivirig, efect, to the • report of the eating
• , • 144ittarrant tc-tiae 'Ward, Joint Biolthicomerning
theillre:l'"llow many' runners' of , fire companies
are Withiillh mimics of 'this locality 'V'
_l' Briiish'Buie in • lndia,,—Tili very. Reverenti
Dr. Moriarty isto lecture, on the Chore subilet,
• 'to:nthorrow`evening,id the'liationalliulicling, see
' street, above:Fink, ;Xhe,Preeeedewill be devoted
re'the relief of the, poor. • - ' - ',
• TEB2i ath 8 ritocBenrqo.6
tgeptirted foilhe AZOBLI: 2-;" fr'' • 7
• Piut s-Judge - ThoniMn the sase of
4(.116 - PiainWl;
roportoid4theltimmittimitelis verdict teethe
- ,-14k‘t.'111 1 .10 1 0 1 :00101;.; : flintS:yerdipt faini,the damages
I .,..,l,..os, : ,'rtirinjurptast- human. .be Ing. - -at a loiter :rats than
I d a ra‘ t y pe ma j Zo r r i U r al l in t tlie vb le ta g% 9C h tl o ‘ 3° :% lit e un t
Wilt:he' niadi a for " a a now trial:
D.'Aougborty,B zifmrtheplaintiff _ .: Mom Por;
tor And...lfshmead . -. •
:'Gbh-as. George .11liandier. mit; -
tionfor work', and "Wier in !painting ;the defend
ant'ahouses; On trial . T
'Clayton; Sty. `for
roll ihayiir for tlrc r iefe
7htimpson luta imdloit.'
miry walk. ocottpled in hearing road cases,"
and subsequonfly irith,an argument 'on exceptions
to an auditor's report. -
Dix-mice - .oouftr , No.. -1-Judges= Shorewood,.
Gtiond, afittlfttro. New:trial motion list. - • •
i Gtmatina .Bx.SMOifti-4udge
- tongliCad, neifiy„sppointed,pistrict
toritoy, proftoquied the Pleas of -the Commonwealth
• to4l.oi!'' ,
f lareeni '
OtimeteWilatttleifecoqrlotedo(larceify,- , '
-Michael lif f illigaltwas Convicted:of . the larceny
, 2 -of - .s4N.the'firePertY9ria' - 4tisto .- 9amed: -gotaer ,
uerr,trial will be ,i ‘ opriety „in: the
ifittioitArFsre , ConOptiosTbi, Gistrist
togleyTitesented.' - potitiona, from certain
praying ilifoltatioqs ag ainst the Weticacoo,lfrank...
- , lioptißrigine - Companies, and the Marion
.." - nottf:ebblViiii," fa show' dame *by 'Abel -should
, • not Ise' put out sen'too:foilieting and disorderly
'colfatmtati - the'fireetirner.of.Eighth end Fitzwater,
on he Meriting Of t'lie 6th - loosembee. l •
• Citg.tiotilyere. atm aticet ftie.figoltise.tife "1. Wigi
aseap Prolikfiti Boffin o2Oompatir; for r iotous
- ~.7,l*Aattq,on thiti•ViThoMe from the samilire. - Atis
• -- JatigoAllisortexpreiciof his' regret that such an
ineawm necessary,' end: that ther good
01kikitfon - of Jitti?ifire- - 314"taittiont 'Should , now
ectepretqlsed , toeduct - or-sbind. of
thvir r ndemhors afterobeh ;LA`, length . of One with;
ht al.iteol l2 -PlnlakkeiVitt
o# : -.Vyeere. ago: Soon '-appiftiatiens :were common
...:?;enenglidaitb-er late:the the-.- good ' ot"the Tiro
Made ,ithiim-_-,very, unfrequont: 'The
hewofer,"-het maintained, and ' he - ae. -
tbe:l9 ll ribsti Ntifire.bbieg no further
busitesd,beforetlitiMirts - at'„wati:fidjourned till 10
Jr of Slaughter t, otinno be
iirk .ro,bi Da! ive yam' Ildritklit naighborx
„,,r,,=, twin dapihtera.„,, and 6 4 1 . 11 4 Ihy dietinutsh
idia;ipst6 girt:4 'are tri,4Z-witlitherl tall
'wqrib:;ol:4lbeettler* *;larlil tamelta'el Y t ir OM*
inleabld . Iheni„,, ara e?Atbaut asking , _
. smal l im Ataxy, hod of flatanniaind k n the
"nom. I bi eU l Z am t... sBb , 4 "smelt rale ,
i l aftity u tt!tenTuTit dug. ra eaa Te lt etb e
ear (WC:. i,. , '''..., .',
,i iiiiii,t,,, B*er, of
beim° • ni,ita t ..yr,.:4,,, A.„, f , to ~ Key
p gidolip lii 144-%,',1 t e , e 4 a violent
from: 1104041, of cold, 74:17-44, whin”, aoa
*'' * - 3V"‘ 7" 505 tons
eteba"tltai th t e trig, mbee,,,dhle
t) ' ...019,1,1rree Weetitlit Ito -be..beedl"' rive;
v5 , , , , , ,,,,,in g •-• w ithouta loaf; Ana -
4:1.47.402p ~n4„..o',Pattleitmt at ,15, " ) ' - 'ai; Raga'
1)1114"f4lk g aud
113 tc ! g l e a at Plati
*Afrtta7llllefiliiliiiiel i IV" Whe elieta tha early.
- ;i•A• --f,,i 4.A. orlf (fiats.ll ,0,40 named,
i'" , k sib r .4f4n4 lahfri>t a e his Mal-.
- . ''''l7'.. Ore? i hut iaoghf
„litchi , gold Wear.,.Aad a
-,,,..- , Dar 0 ~,,,,,„to *Ms mu ut, mikaa•-.An std of
•bead, aP ins, VA •
' ' Taee`e3ll irebatellaSeAeAk4^l,4oll 4,.. 1 ! ) ,",,e
~ qtee 7,4l.rolieirgo:-. '7 *_ , . 4,1 a, ,4-;",,04i,,i,d,,
- ' kr:f • . tiftgeb'' t' '-re'o(`lVefitoo4'' c oati 01
' M I I,..quixoll-Mb , t„.' tkiiar With-c
*A•fAXkuat fgastiMatta". na g o o on ilit b*pun-
_ isosikyrrittjta, Hniroar,,,,,Web oryiNotjlik.
"^-..4.'- In i a for -ue" " WPtitlt " , tiad Rea Vis
'''''''' kldl 4 / 41 : the eastedr-6"214-.lig eye •, „,-rai, ntiottderggr -nada * -ilya..t ittioltatpai
." 'A i e. '.A;.`.,441. ryffithecl:sotor,ift.` izli , 4, '-'.. c I
' -,. '',.aa Viitaft4g,t7' anitt ta'9"."'" VAtifolit
. r.--,V4-; if No Ittgin_w..7l
.A.A ono laat a firefr -,,,,th0i
, -.,'=.-- V-P-Aa teSatt4i..affarn of
liffifehal lirk eaws .
to .• 0 .
; ),-' '",''.‘''''''':'7.2:4l-,-Aalf'ktelirlitiloboailsvfdili Mr ealltillwas
.4 , , "'", • •'41714111141 riocr,
'- r •, -,C, , q's ~' ' -., , & ,
Ora- c , 0400.
BANE. OF. -- I'..ENNS:itirAN.TA. NOTES
ExpothiND ,VAN:---aresA - bargains at
BIIPPER)s; 44 9 ,TiOtee of the above bank , taken in
OD O , Aftli 'Cad 'TAIMAS .st immense': reductio n, mush less timAths cost of, materials from 15 to B'o.
Brooke Yong and Square Shawls, from $5 to $5O.
Plush bordered; Stella tad Vrepo Shawls, very cheap
m e rtnoo, paramettas, Deisines. ooburgs, Telenclas,
41.,..WootOpplainesOtolms &e., &a., at an
enormons sacrideo. •
• - ,,NitotovssiltispoNB AND EIIIMOIDERIES,nt
riAli,sedioa prim:wot we , are determined to sell
: ..15101 OETS.-19e have just
_twitted a neautiful lot;which wo offer at less than coat
.9f.impoitatinn. Emigthe time forbargains et
It T. E. idELEEIERT,
E. W . : corner , Eighth and Spring Garden.
oItorAZOLOMIS; CLOAK OLoTHS- 7
Nina Mack reduced la price.
Heavy Mick Bauer Olotkc.
'''.6ilalit'colon and Black Mohair Oloth,
• and Complete OM& of. these goodo.
Good' Union Basch - 00nm, from auction, 40 eta,
e, - .ll4,Blde;litripe Baton Omaimarea, 60 ciente.'
,COOPER k BONARD, ,
dettiti,t, 8; E:comiac Math and Abaft ata
)4 .!CLOT— -- .1 bouro , notice.
1ai141 .. .. -. to order s In 2„,, trans $lO, _ -......d, chil
i: 'oo,''''''' OP* "'lac— Ladles, Mimeo ''''
' 0$ '0$00110"1 , dile rot ,
s ' L Cloaks ps *Tel, ~, '. - - wb ROOM. ARD
°l° ite..".“ -- ' sr' AlitOrSn'A' R& 0" kbi RN •
doir 1 ' 0L0A.....„ _
,COOPFnth an d sl9,r
1-, .•, '', " :•it - oroor NI
24e743: ' ' - -
‘ - ----
L WE' GAY; , STYLES- ~ BAY STAT E
'..L",- , : BKA.WLB, Blanket, French Blanket, Thlbet,
prole, Children ' s And Ceuta , Shawls, in
„ . CLOAK -AND strewb Boon.
- COOPER fr, CONABD, .
4' det-61 . ,8,, E. earner Ninth and Market ate.
:88 - 11:$ 8111-181III., $ 6111t1
, LO.NO' Zi.ROCHS SHAWLS,
ALL-WOOL AND BILK; FOR $8 ! -
••• A !;1) tendtd assortment in every color centre at
-$lO, $l2, $l4, $l.B, SW, $2O, and $25.
We do we can offer the beet
ONE DOLLAR BLACK BILK IN PHILADELPHIA!
Rich fancy Bilkofrern 50 tents to $126 •
English and Merrimack Colleen reduced to 10 cents.
FrenchßlerDieen,Englinh Coliontga andDeLainen, very
~ , Djorikets Flannels, Oltilbs And Canslmeres. Am, Ate.
1- CHEAP (MOANS AND BLANKET SHAWLS
liiehlinens of out own Importation.
Hieves,'and Linen Mktg., Bourn, &a., A e„
'at ' .- , .-THOHNLItY
' N E. corner of EICHITII and SPRING GARDEN.
WE BUY AND BELL 'FOR CASH. 41
114EDUOTION - IN DRESS' TRIMALINGd
Fancy VELVET, 50e., formerly $1.25.
BALL TRIMMING, Braided Drop Slo, formerly 15.
- DO do • "Floe Drop 201, do 50.
And FANCY TRIMMINGS GENERALLY,
AT STILL 11111311 ABDUCTIONS. -
J. 111.4IAXWELL & SON,
CHESTNUT, below Eleventh, and •
SECOND, below Spruce.
. A. HOYT lb BRO.
Have now on hand a very large assortment of
Suitable tbr the present season which they feel disposed
to sell valise,
' „ASV:ORLY BUIL.DINOS,
S. w. CORNAR TESTI AND MISITNOT STS.
N:33.—Helave a large assortment of uncut goods,
of super* qualityend make, to order from. df4trt
VIE I±INESE --AND PARIS
• - • BROOTIE LONG SHAWLS.
hand, extensive Mock, comprising all grades
lathe moat desirable colors and designs, purchased a
the:lats Auction dales in this city and New York,
, AT- OREATLY nepoozp PAWS.
Superior GaAs at $lO, $ll, $l2.
OWITTBN BTODDART & BROTHER,
Nos, 400, 4t2, and 4sll North Second Street,
ItTEN AND BOYS' .WINTER WEAR.
ctriovxm STODDART,4c BROTHER,
•• 450, 452; 0nd454, - NOR yi TU III B o E w C , OND STREET, above
, Hive btind'an extensive stock of- -
• WAD CLOTHS, •
••` - , CASEIMEREE,
• Purchouied at tho late Auction Sales, at
-• 01,.y „ - :REDUCED PAWNS, ,
AN INVITATION OF IMPORTANCE! !!
EIGHTH Aso Awn STPMETSI -
Invites the immediate attention of , purchasers to his
large and welteelected stock of -
I - : FANCY AND STAPLE DRY GOODS,
all of which ohs marked down to snob low prices as to
Insure their sale before stook-taking.
, Splendid Satin Damask Snow-drop Table Cloths, four
putt longs iltted from 88.50 to ES.
..Bnow-Orop out from $8.60 to 88, and many
12.4 °theta lorproportioti. , ,
Hamilton Shootings, at 81 cents, and Tarnishing
Goods in tialetY. ,
Groat reduction in Embrolderles and Linen Cambric
0. A.-has marked down the prices of all this descrip
tion at the Embroidery Counter.
- DOlOOllll-SHAWLS AND SCARFS.
Avarlety of ilennequin'a'bast malt° Citable Leans
fihawisi styles and qualities worth buying—not the
,common trash that are dear at Akr Pok 4 .
Also, Blanketa, Thibet and Stella, Shawls, in great
• MEN'S SHAWLS.
• • The Shawls are - now 'arranged on the first floor, in a
room expressly for the purpoo.
Just opened one ,040 flue Linen Cambria Handker
chiefs; at sl.sdper dozen. del-mws3t*
BANK OF PENNSYLVAXIA..—SPE—
. CUL NOTIO.E.—AII the notes on the Dank of
Tainsylvanit redeemed at gar for DRY GOODS, selling
at less them Auction prices. Middlne, Linens ,
Cassimereai Blankets, Shawls, Calicoes, Detainee, at a
great eneritlce, in connection with our entire Mock,
,Thich.will, be sold at Deceit whichivillastenish al/ who
may, favor tie with a call. Pennsylvania Dank Notes
taken the same ea entitle, we make no dtfferenceo at
oraVER , II. JOHNSON'S genneylvania Bank Note Dry
Goode Store, tioaoo9 MARKET aireet t above Tenth,
north side. -
Ctik Notes in
- OLIVER JOHNSON,
- No. 1009 Market street.
& 00 •
IN ANTICIPATION OW REMOVAL
(1 . -93IPBELL'S RESTAURANT.—VENI-
SoN, Wild Ducks, Turkeys, Geese, Otouee, Fresh
Salmon, Chlncatione, Opinachigue, Princess Bay, Atm
corn, and Cove Oyatere, with every variety of OASIS,
wild or domestic, in season. Green Turtle Soup and
Terrapin Suppers Served up at the shortest notice, at
JOJIN CASIPBELVS, No. 627 CHESTNUT streeti op.
polio the State House.
N.B.—No expense or pains has been spared by the
Proprietor in fitting up this new eatabilubment in the
most sumptuotie manner—the second story being for
the accommodation of Private Parties for Dinners,
To dispose of a large antoantof their Stock new in store pwr • Entrance for Ladies towards Sixth street.
Now ben erected for Unfit Jo
' . . CtIESTICT STREET,
!lop dOtermined, for a period of
1,019 PRICII,S FOR CASH
They invite the attention of the Public and their Cos
towers to one of the meet complete ameorknouta of
- BTALAN AND YANOY
' - 'DRY - GOODS
To be found in this country, which will be disposed of
for the period mined, at such prices as will insure their
omesTNVTITRZEr t .
uoll•tf TO TEE ousTnlcnousE.
REAT•SALE Or LADLES' CLOAKS.-
' -"k 817IPTHER, REDUCTION IN PR/OES •
48. lniett",detertriined on by the , aubscribers, in con
seqsience otthe continued presattra.-
' 600 1/1118.E8 , ENGLISH BEAVER CLOAKS,
;2, formerly $3 60.
$00,10.118E8 ',ENOLISIA BEAVER CLOAKS,
$3 50, - formerly. 85 ao.
' '260 SUPERIOR FRENCiII BEAVER CLOAKS,
•35 tosB, cost to import $7 to $lO each.
$B, formerly $l2.
- - RICIT BLACK VELVET CLOAKS,
All 20 per cent. below cost of production.
•- -"- J PROCTOR & CO.,
Successors to 060. , 13u1pin A: Co.,'
nI3 2mo d -- . 708 CrLEISTKIIT street.
LLADIES' DRESS TRIMMINGS,
- AND KNITTING ZEPHYRS.
- NEW GOODS OPENED DAILY,
a. G. IHAKYgELIi. & SON.
' WHOLESALE AND RETAIL STORES,
10S6 CHESTNUT Street, four doors below Eleventh
And 3113 S. SECOND St., below Spruce.
, DAOTORIES,—Noe..9S. and frr GEORGE St.,
Tenth, end SECOND Street, near Union.
Otters made at a few hours , notice. m 22 trait
FES! FURS!! FURS!!! FILIRSIIII
FAREITtA & 00.,
Importers, Manufacturers, and Dealers to
' PANOY FURS,
FOR LADIES AND CHILDREN. .
Roving manufactured an immense Steck of FURS,
with the oipectation o( doing our usual business, the
,present prourroof the times, nod comparative sta,pos
tiou Of trade; hire left to with an 121311911Ai amount of
'Stock upow our shelves.
Its to I. Meet this'ditliculty that we have now
- - DNTNIIMINZD
,To oloso out our .
'1 ; ENTIRE STOCK
At Prices actually loss than
THEIR COST TO MANIY,FACTHRE !
We h are A lo e ; o n hand A keg and complete 8.6801"
_CFESTB' n rs,
- • •• °Lova,
All of which will be sold at, very
No. 818 MABEE! Bs., hot. Eighth Rod Ninth,
CIIItISTAIAS 'AND_ HOLIDAY GOODS.
W. I GDRNN, No, 26 South POURTII Street,
ffe vE o gyLAßG a EVA R IETY
OF FANO!' GOODS
Salable for the Holiday season, Being entirely of hie
The assortment embraces all the -
`• '• NEWEST RILES,
11iD 'AT' VERY REDEOED PRICES.
soincing,it will be found—
Paper blsche s Werk Bones, Desks, Portfolios, &e.
~Dadaiii.Oitbaii and Traveling Dogs.
% - : - P6rtelifonnafee,'Pnrsea and Pocket Books, in great
Pearl Card Cli,litl, beautlaretyles.
• ..Itotiessilan Glass Tollet.Dottlds, richly decorated.
-Odottoues and Glove Boles; i_
,e; lanky Bronze Inkstaads,Thermematers, kc. -
- , - Tharkgroaraon and Oben Beards, Chessmen.
, Itari Sands Be
' ' Scotch Wood Snuff Bates and Panay Articles.
• litedallenttitt pasta leery.
Memorandum and Dalt Tablets, in pearl and ("ry.
Together with num ero u s other articles In the line.
: K.I4MAYNCEIitENT • ' „
'The subscriber berg leave to 0.130011000 to his
friends apd, the-publ ic t hat he will open his fiALOON,
for their receptleir Oh:
MONDAY. 14th toot,
lorgo; and rde variety) will consist of
;am, CLAct.tS,,,QUINOES; 40. ,
BONBONS—A large end fresh assortment.
. FANCY Tatre.—ltoohantost Toys, paw, 'ma, end
iaried lissettthent, of every ponsitilddescrlPtion.
OA.BAS, 001INITE1, ILMILDTB, TIOTORIAS,
PASTIIIMIEII, Ao., Ac., all of recent .importaticn i
t e nd which for extent and variety will defy competition.
Yalu& by - 8. EUMBION, Confectioner,
014-1,33 WAR=T d 0. %) abort gloyentli,
TN THE DISTRICT COURT FOR THE
OITY AND COUNTY Op PHILADELPHIA.
JOHN HAVII.AND, to use, v. JOHN ESHER.
- March 1867, No. 044 , Yen. Exp.
The Auditor appointed to distribute proceeds of sale
under - the above writ 0f...
No. 1. All that certain lot or piece of land situated
on the southweetwardlyside of Wissahickon road, at the
distance of 300 feet eoutheastwardly from a thirty-three
feet wide lane, called Mifflin's lane, in the Northern
Liberties township, now in the city of Philadelphia,
containing in breadth on said road 100 feet; thence ex.
tending southweetward between parallel lines 'at right
angle% with the said road 240 feet.
No, 2. Also, all that certain tract or piece of land situate
en the southweetwardly side of the Wi esehickon or Ridge
turnpike road, in Penn township, now in the city of
Philadelphia, beginning at a prist on the aide of a two
perch wide lane, .commonly called lone, which
'extends from the cold reed to * landing-place on the
Schuylkill river; thence ky the Bald Mifflin's lane south
53 degrees 20 minutes, west 6/ perches end seven-tenths
to n post corner of Raab 1/US MRlOlOll'O allotment; thence
by the eawo north 36degrees 40 minutes, west CI perches
and one half to a post; thence by the hereinafter de
scribed treat north 53 degrees 20 minutes, east 63 per
ches and a half to a post on the aide of the Bald Wince
hickon road; thence by the Mlle south 34 degrees, cant
61 perches and two-tenths of aperch, and south 40 de
grees, oast 10 perches and fonOenths of a perch to the
I place of beginning; containing 21 acres of land.
No. 3. Also, a certain tract or piece of land adjoining
the above tract, situate on the Routhwestwardly side of
the said Wissahickon or Ridge turnpike reed aforesaid,
beginning at' a corner of the above-described tract;
thence running along the true course of sal& road north
27 degrees and a half, west 16 perches and eighty-live
hundredths parts of a Mai to a corner of landgranted
to aeorge Deck,• thence by the said Deck's land south
60 degrees and a half, west 48 perches and six-tenths of
perch to a corner of land held by William Reale
and Jonathan' Williams, in trust for Catharine Price
and her children; thence by the eamo south 4 degrees
and a quarter, east 21 perches and twenty-five-hun
dredths parts of a perch to a corner of the above-de
scribed tract, six feet eouthiimst of a white oak sapling
on the line of the above-described tract; thence along
the said lane north 60 degrees and a half, cast 90
perches and eighty-five-hundredths parts of a perch to
the place of beginning, containing 0 acres and 19 perches
j,No. 4. Also, all that certain messuage or tenement
and lot Or Pi, ce of ground, situate, lying, and being in
too Northern Liberties, now in the city of Philadelphia,
beginning at a stake by the side of a strip of ground left
Olen fora road; thence extending by land formerly
claimed by Benjamin Mifflin south 33 degrees, east 47
perches and six•tenths of a perch to a stake; thence by
land sold by rrederick Dover and wife to Benjamin Key
ser north 60 degrees; must 18 - perches to another stake
thence by land formerly of Michael Olingman north 38
degrees, west 47 perches and fotir-tentha of a perch to
the side of the ground left open for a road as aforesaid;
thence alongside of eaid rood south GO degrees, west 18
perches to the place of beginning; containing l acres of
No. 5. Also, a certain lot or piece of land situate for
merly in the Northern Liberties, but now in the city of
Philadelphia, on the southeentwardly eide of a certain
lane, called fitandleyle lane, bounded and described as '
followeth, agreeable to survey lately made thereof by
Robert Brook, surveyor, via : Beginning at a stone at
the side of Btandley's lane ; thence partly by another
piece of land, belonging to the seid George Esher, and
partly by land of Philip Ilershberger, south 39 degree'
15 minuted, bast OS perches and 5-10 to a atone ; thence
by other; land, late of Jasper lifoylan, deceased, south
52 degrees, west 11 perches and 5.10 of a perch to a
atone; thence by other land of the said George Esher,
north 39 degrees, 15 minutes, west 05 perches and 9.10
of a perch, to a atone in the side of the said lane;
thence alongside of said lane, north 50 degrees, east
11 perches and 0-10 to the place of beginning.
No. 0 Also, all that tenement and tract or parcel or
land, situate, lying, and being in the Northern Liberties,
now in the city of Philadelphia, beginning at a post
standing on the northeast aide of Wissahickon road, a
corner of Ined late of Peter Turner; thence by the same
land north 63 degrees 20 minute'', east 26 perches 7 feet
and 4 inches to another post; thence north 37 degrees
40 minutes, west 04 perches and 4-10 of a porch, to an
other poet; thence by land late of Joshua Fisher south
53 degrees 20 minutes, west 29 perches end 4.10 of a
perch, to another post standing on tho aide of Whim
hichon road aforesaid, and thence by the same road 40
degrees, east 04 perches 7 feet 8 Inches, to the plas:e of
beginning; containing 11 acres and 37 porches—will
attend to the duties of hie appointment on WEDNES•
DAY, December 18th, 1857, at 4 o'cloch, P. M., at his
race, at the southeast corner of EIGHTH and LOCUST
Streets, when end where all persons interested are re
quired to make their claims, or be debarred from coding
in upon said fund.
decs-610t DANIEL DOUGHERTY, Auditor.
ESTATE OF EZRA B. LEEDS, dec'd—
Notice le hereby given that the widow of said de
cedent has presented to the Orphans' Court, an Riven.
tory and appraisement of the property. She has elected
to,retain under the act of April /4, and unless ox.
captions be filed before FRIDAY, December 19,185 f, at
10 o'clock A. U., the same will be allowed and op.
proved by the Court. GEO. If. EARLE,
n2s.iv 5-2w* Attorney for Widow.
goteks anb Restaurants.
JO N S 5
AROII STREET SALOONS,
727 and 729 ARON IMRE HT
110LIDAYS: HOLIDAYS! -
The Holiday, are close at hand, and Jones's Arch
street Saloon is prepared for the Immense demand that
*lll bo made upon it for CONNRCTIONG.
CURISTISIAS AND NEW YEAR'S CANDIES
IDIPORTID JETPRZSBLT FOR TRH PRRSZNT SHARON!
Every variety of Bon Bone, Paatiles, Bourbon Drops,
new style of Gum Drope, Eau Sucre Drops, L'angliterre
Don Bons, and every variety rare and costly candles
manufactured in Paris.
for Presents, nil BIM and FATTIRND of Ornamental
Boxes, Pyramids, Ribbon Ties filled with the choicest
variety of Confections, and varying in price from One
Dollar up to Fifty Dollars. Some of these Boxes are the
MOST surges SPECIURNS OF FANCY WORK AID AB7lBllO
005100 Riga OFFERED IN TOlB COUNTRY.
To the Ladies, as well as to the'whole public, Jones's
Saloons are the most attractive In the City, and in
splendor of adornment and Blemish are Superior to any in
the Union '
BREAKFASTS, DINNERS, AND SUPPERS,
Served up in the choicest and most expeditious 4110.
FRUIT OR ALL RINDS,
ICE CREABIS, W , JELLIES, GAME AND OYSTRS,
Constantly ready for 'W i
I n profusion.
FLAW, ' , Army, AND onweuzuran
OASES AND PIES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
NE IV 'YORE TEA -B ISO um,
And, in tact, all the VARIETIES, LI/MIMES, and
DELICAOIES of every clime and country
BALLS, PRIVATE PARTIES, Presentation Suppers,
and Famillee supplied at the shorted notice and_o
reasonable terms. -
--kwatrouncrewurrits, retro - nig — a -- hitherto so liberally
bestowed by the pubUn Is respectfully solicited.
del.tf R. 13 JONES, Proprietor,
MEROHANTS , HOTEL,
mil • NOW= YOUBTR STRUT
an 24-6 MoRIBBIN lc BONS, PRovussolui
VITILLIAM BANNING'S CITY LAGS '
r r BY ,1411, SALOON, No. 232 eartees Alley, Philo
MaGOWAN'S RESTAURANT, SOUTH.
wag corner or BROAD and WALNIIT.—game
and all other delicacies in cease.. Bandßee supplied
with Oysterson the shorted notice. sepf-Do
HALL OF ST. JAMES THE LESS,
NEAR VALLS OP SCRRYLRILL,
SELECT BOARDING SCHOOL FOR BOYS.
. • .. . • ..
The Rector, Rev. B. R SMYSER, may be seen every
WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, from 3 to tt o'clock, at
BOOKER'S Bookstore, S. W. corner EIGHTH and
OILESTNI3T, where also circulars may be obtained.
Address Ray, D. R. SMYSER,
d3-2m Falls of Schuylkill, Philadelphia.
fIRITTENDEN's PHILADELPHIA COM
MERCIAL COLLEGE, B. E. corner of SEVENTH
and CHESTNUT Streets, Second and Third Stories.
BOOK-KEEPING, PENMANSHIP, every style,
COMMERCIAL LAWS AND FORMS.
Each Student has Individual instruction from winks
tent and attentive Teachers, under the immediate
euperrision of the Prinolpal.
One of the Best Penmen in the Country has charge of
the Writing Department. •
Please call and see Specimens and get a Catalogue of
PROFESSOR SAUNDERS' INSTITUTE,
No Seminary whatever le more like a private fondly.
The course of study is eatenalve and thorn. Pro
fessor Sounder' will receive a few more pit le under
fourteen years of age into his family., nquire of
Messrs. J. S. Silver and 'Mathew Newkirk, or W. d. W.
Forney, Editor of this Paper, whose eons or wards are
now members of his family. septle-tf
PUBLIC LAMPS.—TnE PUBLIC IS
dd respectfullyinformed that Offices have been opened
by the District Superintendents of Publics Lighting, at
which citizens are requested to give information respect.
tog accidents which may happen to the Public Lampe; OT
of any failure )n ighting or extinguishing them at the
proper time; or if not properly
,cleaned and in good
lighting condition. The Dooke rift be kept byJoereph
Daily, No. 808 Wharton et., First Ward; Charlet' Carty,
Supt. of 20.1 district, No. 8 Haines et. above Sixth; Hiram
G. Kirk, No. 1438 Hutchinson street, Twentieth Ward;
M 4W. Deelsong, No. 2233 Coates Fred, Fifteenth Ward;
Thoe.Y. Bowlby, i7ite Office, Twenty-Fourth Ward, (West
Philadelphis;) H. lil , Fruiden, One Office, Twenty-
Second Ward (Genriantown;) Win. N. Market, Gas
Office, Twenty-Third Weed (Frankferd,) and at the
Gas Office in eventh street, below Market.
By order or the Trustees of the Philadelphia Gait
Works. A. J. HITE,
ocd-8m Superintendent of Distribution.
WONDERS OF THE AGE—LIGHT,
LIGHT FOR ALL.—psTEILS k SIIROPE,
Patent Non-Explosion Self-Generating GAS LAMPS is
Just the thing to suit all. Price $1.60 up ; all may have
a superior Light by calling at their Depot.
This Lamp le adapted to all places and purposes, and
only requires a trial to test Its advantages over all
others. The Lamp forme Its own gas. Our Patent
Darner* can be Iltted to every ordinary Pluid Lamp,
with little expense, without the least possible danger.
All are invited to call and examine for themselves.
Town, County, andante rights (or vale.
The proprietors are in want of Agents, giving a rare
chance to make money.
PETERS k. SIIROPE, Gas Lamp Depot,
123 South 4th St , below Chestnut, Phi
CLOVER SEED.—NOTIOE TO PENN
SYLVANIA. YAMMERS AND STODEKBDPDAD.
The undereigned are now prepared to purchase for
cub, prime Clover Seed of the new crop. Pennsylvania
storekeepere and farmers, by sending samples to our
address ' can, It all times, ascertain the price at which
we are baying. Parties wishing stamps, by which to
be governed u tmuslity, can have them sent by mail,
by addreeslogns. .1.11 CHASE & 130, •
seplo4f 48 North Front, and 44 Water streets
SIIEEP AND GOAT SKINS. A small
invoice of Sheep and Goat Mon, now landlnu from
barque , Irma, and for dale by CHARLES TIM,
no2B-10t 188 (new) Walnut st.—second story.
• 5 IN.-600 BARRELS SAAB MAKERS
av wet, to arrive per schooner T. li. Blamer
Yoe sale by • 1141.1t71110 k 11440/11,18rEll,
• 110 North Water *treat
ABRAM SLAOK—ENGRAVING, DIE
Sinking and 'Embossed Printing, Envelope and
Seal Prime Alaquiretary, 87 Strawberry Street, between
&mond and TWO ; 141161 Market and Obertnut Street,
Phibetelybir, Pr. sul2Ar
SORGHUM, or CHINESE SUGAR-CAN
asED-26 buthels for Hale by
CROASDALE, PEIRCE, &
1i910.4f No 104 N. Delaware AMPS.
US SIA AND AMESIOA.N TARRED
, 0010A0N.—a superior article, roanufaltaro
and for IWO 11 IVEAY.NR, MUM & 00,,
ao 8-tf No, Id N. Water at,. h 02 N. wimi,".
lIIALE , ROPE.—Buyera are invited to call
A-, and examine our Mullis Bale Rope, wbloh we oan
aan sell as low ea American; Sad warrant it superior in
tress% and durability.
wl WZAVSit, YITLEIt & CO.;
NCI. 28 N. Water at. and 22N. Wharves.
s" •aloe Faro na Oen, or nate .7
MARTIN & MAOALIBUra,
114 North Water Pie ,
PRESS.--PHIL - 1 1 4 'WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1857.
9tltaratta at Jay).
THOMAS F. GOODE, - - - ' ' - ,
ATTozotEr AT LAW,
A . .
Boyilion Afechlenbuig Colotty, Va.,
Attend@ to professional business la the Courtiotaleeb
lenburg, lomenburg ? Militia, and Charlotte counties.
MI MS To
Simplot& & Rue, PhiladelPhic
Baptist & White, New York.
Lanier, Bro., & Co., Baltimore.
Smyth, Stone, & Banks, Petmilmit, Va. -
Adle & Gray, Histanond 4 Va, - - - tooN-s&w.2m
E DWIN T. CHASE, • -
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Ma removed ble °Mee to.No,l3lBoutal SIXTH Street,
above Walnut. a Stn
neys•at-Law have removed their LAW OFFWIL
from N 0.1318. Fifth St., opposite Independence Squire,
to No. Rll SOLMII hTWEI,T o below prune
street. " notl•oodlm
LES S. WE L LS, ATTORNEY AT
LAW, N 0.2 AIRY STRUT, NORRISTOWN, Is.
grill attend with punctuality, and to the beat of Ma
ability, to all bunion/a entrusted to biti care. oci-am
DANIEL DOOGRERTY, ATTORNEY
AT LAW, Southeast Cosner SIGIITII end
OUST Streets, PhileAelptits. 151.17
TER STRO USE; ATTORNEY JAN
V/.11. LAW, OENTRIN street,Vottaville, Ps. $1:447
nrrioE or ARMY CLOTHING AND
'LA' EQUIPAGE, Pnizeoemu, December 4, 1857.
--43EALEI) PROPOSALS are invited, and will be re
ceived at this office, until 10 o'clock A. Id. of the 4th
day of January next, for furnishing by contract the fol
lowing Army Supplies and Materials, deliverable at the
United States Clothing and. Equipage Depot, (Schuylkill
Arsenal,) la quantities as required, via
6,000 yards 6-4 dark blue (indigo wool dyed) cloth for
cape and bands, weighing about 14 ounces
per yard. •
63,000 do 6-4 dark blue (indigo wool 'dyed) twilled
cloth, weighing 21 ounces per yard.
0-4 sky-blue (indigo wool dyed) twilled
cloth; weighing 22 ounces per yard.
X dark blue (Indigo dyed) cotton awl
wool flannel, weighing OX ounces per
210,000 do 7.8 white flannel (cotton and wool) to
weigh 6)( ounces per yard. •
10,000 do 6.4 dark blue flannel, wool (indigo dyed.)
10,000 do 47 inch alpaca, (bleak.) "
100,000 do X canton j flannel, 'to weigh ,r 7 Ounces
per yard. •
)4' unbleached drilling, to weigh'-'OX
ounces per yard. •
7 unblenehod drilling, to weigh 7).f ounces
20,000 do 30 inch cotton duck, to weigh =X ounces
15,000 do SO inch cotton duck, to weigh 15X ounces
65,000 do 23N inch cotton duck, lo weigh 14X
ounces per Yard.
25,000 do 28N loch cotton duck, to weigh 10 ounces
3,000 do 22 inch cotton duck, to weigh 11 ounces
3,500 do 22 inch cotton duck, to weigh 0 ounces
16,000 do 24 inch cotton duck, to weigh 1214 ounces
25,000 do 33 inch cotton duck, to weigh og ounces
12,000 army blankets wool, gray. (with the lettere U.
8. in block, 4 Inches in length, in the cen
tre,) bo 7 feet Jong, and 5 feet 6 inches
wide, each blanket to weigh 5 pounds.
7,500 dozen pairs half stockings, 0 sizes, properly
made, of good sound fleece wool, and with
double endtwieted yarn, to weigh 3 pounds
10,600 pompons for engineers, ordnance, medical de
partment, dragoonn, rifles, artillery, and
80.000 cap bodies.
12,000 yards glazed silk for corers.
140 N. 0. El. bran stales, pairs.
000 sergeant's dO do do
8,000 corporaPe and privates' brave scales, pairs. •
6 N. O. S. bronzed do do
30 sergeant's do do do
500 corporal's and privates' bronzed do ,do
76,000 yards 74 in worsted lace, / yellow, scarlet, - sky
6,000 do Nln do do 5 blue, orange, green.
6,700 do red bunting.
6,000 do white do
2,900 do blue do
2,500 gross coat buttons.
3,500 do vest do
.3,500 do suspender buttons, white metal. ~
4,500 do Aida do.' do "
45,000 tent buttons, wood, small.
12,000 do slips, do do
5,000 do, buttons, do large.
1,000 do' slips, do do
100 hospital tent poles, sets.
- 600 wall do do'
600 common do do
'4,000 galvanised iron wire rods, for tents.
10,000 do do staples, do
3,000 mess pane, iron
1,000 camp kettles, Iron, three sites.
12,000 tin canteens, (3 pints, weight 11X unit%) with
1,000 pick axes, two aloes.
2,000 do' handles.
1,000 camp hatchets.
40 trumpet cords and tassels, orange.
40 trumpet cords and tassels, yellow.
20 do do do green,
40 drums, Artillery, complete.
70 do Infantry, do
1,100 de , bode, batter
700 do do snare.
300 do snares, sole.
200 do sticks, pairs. '
20 . 9 . do do ca!riageot.
All The above mentioned articles malt cedibtan , in nil
respects to the sealed standard venom; is this Wilco,
where they can be examined ; and sample patterns will
be sent by mail, with any additional Information In
regard to them, which may be requested by manufac
turers or others wishing to offer propoult. It is
desirable that all the attleles be of domestic inanultm
I)6db/erten to commence on the llith day nt.lebeuary
next, and one-half of the quantity contreetrittor to be
delivered In equal monthly proportions,. hi*. before
the Beth April, 1858 i the remainder within feaPorontha
from that date, in monthly or greater protelttietut, an
the contractor may Quit it coneenleat.
The privilege is reserved by the United Staten of in. •
nreanicuZfrna-ceietthint.- tn_eine.balatheqnsaiiiy of "ti
the km es above mentioned, by gleingottmiamtractor
ono month's notice of such desired increase. t • '
Payments will be made °notch delivery, sbonld Con.
greys have made an appropriation to meet linosn, or an
soon thereafter as an appropriation , shall be Made for
that purpose: Ten per cent. of the amount of each de
livery will be retained until the contract Mall be cow- -
plated, which will be forfeited to thentited Rates an case
of defalcation on the part of the contractor in fulfilling
the contract. ..
Bide will be received from manufacturers or regular
dealers. only, in the articles proposed to be tarnished;
and none will be considered in which the manufacturer's
mill or dealer's place of business le not specifically set
• • .
Contracts will be hued on accepted proposals, for the
fulfilment of which two or more wraith/at Mali ties will
The names, address, and the responsibility of the
persons proposed useoutities ' with the acknowledgment
of said persons that they Willbo antic security, or will
nee that good and eudiclent eeenrity be furniehed Ia
ease a contract M obtained, will be transmitted with the
'lt is to be distinctly understood by every POlBOll ob
taining a contract, that said contract Is not transferable
without the consent of proper au:hority, and that any
sale, nosignment, or transfer of it, without such con
ilea having been obtained, (except under a proem of
law,) will be regarded as an abandonment of the con
tract, and the contractor and his eocuritlen will be held
responsible for all loss or damage to the tinned States
which may arise from said abandonment.
Proponts will be addressed to the underelgoed, and
will be endorilod ' , Proposals for furnishing army sup
plies and materiale.' ,
HENRY C. WAYNE
ar used Bt. Major, A. Q. Mr.
UNITED STATES POST—OFFICE, IN
T/18 CITY OP PLULADELPIIIA.
SEALED PROPOSALS, for supplying materials and
workmanship required in the erection and construction
of a Post-office building In the Oity of Philadelphia,
for the United States Post-office Department, will be re
ceived st the office of the undersigned, Commissioner
for the building, No. 206 South VOURTU Street, on or
before the twelfth day of December next.
Contracts will be awarded only to master-builders
and mechanics. Ruch Proposal mat be accompanied
by a written guarantee, signed by two responsible Per. ,
sons, to the effect that the bidder, will, when required,
If his proposal be accepted, enter 'lnto a contract and
bond with proper and sufficient sea nrieties for its faith
Plans and specifications for the building can be aeon
upon application at the office of the Architect, Man
McArthur, Jr., No. 16 Mercantile Library Buildtog,
where every information respecting materials and work
manship will he given.
The Proposals must be sent to the office of the COM-
Weidner, and addreesed to John Rice, and endorsed
"Prone/gale for the United States Poet-office at Phila
delphia," and will be opened at neon of the last-named
day for receiving the same. • JOIIN R 10.%
nor 12.04012 Contmlesionor.
PHILADELPHIA COUNTY PRISON.--
xx PROPOSALS will be received at the
Philadelphia County Prises until the 24th. Inst., for
the employment of the convidprisonere at weavlog for
the year 1858.
lob p r tilting.
TAMES IT. BRYSON'S BOOK ANDJOB
PRINTING ROOMS, 2 North SIXTII &root, Brat
above Market, Philadelphia. 'Menke, , Garde, 111114
Rends, Pamphlets, and general Printing attended to.
finding attended to in connection with printed bend
Inge of ll!nuke and Receipts. d%-tt
pi EVANR,----10,000—EREVTE11:41 A!
E Own% per nose!
v. O W W A
Tbs Proriltal letsenecloolml hpit slats
D PktMl tidily IPren, .1 MOAN -1, - Irk
a 217 ...........
ovv trec d " e a 1"
101 o)„euP:LlkesliTEny,4 M l ie e.
Cr. / 4 -ey, FOURTH ST. below Lithgeiemt. ,-'-
IN TON PlllOl OP
The Glenwood Cemetery Co. have determined to sell
the lots in their Cemetery et
The present prices for cash. By this reduetion 7 some
of the most eligible Lots will be sold at •
Only 300 lots will be disposed of it these retes t and
the opportunity is offered until January let, 1168;
ply at the °Nee, No. 434 WALNUT STREET, below
Fifth. 42-1 m ,
PHILADELPHIA TYPE FOUNDRY—
N. W. Om THIRD and 011RISNUT Ste.
L. PELOUZE k BON,Ahankral for the BMW Pa
tronage heretofore accorded to their Establishment,
and deeirons to merit lte coatinuance, would announce
to Printers and Publishers that their new SPEOIidEN
BOOK le now ready, and from their increased facilities,
are now prepared to Burdett every thing 'necessary In a
complete Printing Establishment, at the shortest no-
Deo. Their long practical experience in the business,
and the fact of their personal ouperintendenee of the
manufacturing department, Jastities them la asserting
that they can tbrniah a more durable and better da
bbed article than their cotemporarles.
Those, therefore, who desire Printing Materials,
would do well to apply to them previous to purchasing
Ola type talon et 8 cent* per ponna, In excliente for
new at specimen prices. anl-11
Iri. The Subscriber has commenced manufacturing Ms
Ne Pine Ultra
which he offers to hie ecntomers In
LARD! Or 'GULL 0t121.11111119.
Orden, through .111,00Di9 DI9PATOI.I will be pune
Wally attended to.
nl3 .711 n d SPRING GARDEN And FRANRRIN ate
CONGRESS RANGE.—SOLD BY CHAD
/ WWI et. no., N 0.202 N. BNOOND BOW.
goo/ 0 Shoos
AWE LOOME RA.NGE.--SOLD BY OHM)
• v Ivies & MAN. NN N. 81100 NO lit • salB-11m
CHARLES P. OALDWELL--Wholesale
vond lista WHIP and 01NN Idennfoo!urer; No. 4
01714T0 its , ** tot
COA.Oft,,ZNGINE AND HOTEL LAN/ 1 i
Factorlof 11.! USEDIERS, No.loo (late 4111 South
EIGHTH, below Oneetnut strait, bap become saving
of 60 per cent. to cur SOUTHERN AND WESTERN
HEROHANTS, and also the oonronlence of buying theft
old Car lags Lamps new sUrer-toppcd and bottomed,
tad oat by expose to pU potta, sulld
rlflE BRITISH AND NORTH AMERI
CAN ROYAL MAIL STEAMSIIIPI3.
mat wan TONIC TO LIYORTOOL
OW Cabin Passage
Beconit ()ably Passage
Paoli TINTON TO LIVIMPOOL.
Chief Cabin Passage 0110
Second Cabin Passage 60
The snips from Boston call at Halifax.
Emu, Capt. Judith's. CANADA, Capt. Lang.
ARABIA, Capt. J. Stone. A bIERICA, Capt. Wickman
ASIA, Capt. X. G Lott. NIAGARA, Capt. Ryrie.
AFRICA, Capt. Shannon. EUROPA. Capt. J. Leitch,
These reaseletarry a clear white light at mast-head;
green on starboard bow; red on port bow.
AFRICA, Shannon, leave N York, Wednesday, Dee. 0.
AAIERICA, Lott, ii Boston, Wednesday, Dec. 10.
EUROPA, Leitch, " N.York, Wednesday, Dec. 29.
CANADA Lang, '' Boston, Wednesday, Dec. 30.
ricustA,ludkine, " N.York, Wednesday, Jan o,'.7iS
NI AGARA, Wickman, Boaton,Wedneaclay, Janina
AFRICA, Shannon, " N.York,Wedneaday, Jan. 20.
Berths not secured until paid for.
An experienced Surgeon on board.
The owners of these Ships will net be accountable for
Cold, Silver, Bullion, Specie, Jewelry, Precious Stone;
or Metals, unless bills of lading are signed therefor and
the value thereof therein exprorod.
Per freight or passage apply to
deg-1 E. CUNARD, 4 Bowling Green, N. York.
QHIP MARGARET FOR NEW ORLEANS
N.7—Loutalana Line.—Guarantled first vessel.
Freight received This Day and To• Morrow. (unless
sooner full) at as low rates as any other vessel loading.
The fast-sailing coppered packet ship MAROARET,
Merryman master, now completing her loading at Race
street wharf, will continue to receive freight and sail
Shippers will please hurry their goods alongside, and
MTh of lading to the counting-house for signature.
For balance of freight apply to
BISHOP, SIMONS, & CO..
120 (Into 80) NORTH WHARVES.
The M. Insures at the lowest rata*, and will take
steam down the Delaware and op the 31loslaalppi, da-if
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.-CLIPPER OF
SATURDAY, December 19th.--The unsurpassed
clipper Alp TWIL1(111T, Gene, Commander
Wlpper of THURSDAY, December 2411 L—The mar
nlacent A.l clipper ahip LOOK OUT, llaatit.ron, Com
Both of these celebrated ships aro now.loading In
New York, and will mall an above.
For freight, at Now York rates, apply to
BISHOP, SIMONS, & CO.,
dot 320 (late 80 ) NORTH WHARVES.
R: OEMBEII Io.—The Paokot Ship PLIIIADEI,
PISIA, Copt. eIIAIILISS F. POOLX, will rail no above.
Cabin plunge. 500
Second cabin 20
Second Cabin and Steerage Passengers found with
Provisions, according to tho American passenger act.
Yor freight or passage, apply to
THOS. RICHARDSON & CO.
Drafts on the Agents in sums to suit, tram ..4.1 up
VON. lIAVANA—Packet ship NAPLES
X' —To sail with quick despatch.
Vie fast:mailing packet ship Naples, Eastman master,
IQ now loading at Eace•street wharf, and haring nearly
all her cargo on board, will sail as above.
For balance of freight apply to
111011.00, 01110173, & CO.,
120 (late 30) North Wharves.
SAVANNAH §TEARISHIP LINE
In conmennence of the &premed state et trade, the
above thipo twill be wlt.hdraton for the prooont.
ectober,loth. A. HERON, Jr.
AND HA VRE.—Tbe
DERBILT, Edward Iltirgin
From New York fer South- 0 From Southampton and
ampton and Havre. Dane for New York.
Saturday Oct, 24 Saturday Noy. 14
Saturday Dee. 6, Saturday Dec, 24
Price of Passage—First cabin, $100;_ wood cabin,
*2O Specie deliv ere 4 to Loudon and Parts. For freight
or plumage apply to D. 'r OREANOE, Agent,
No. 6 Dowling Green,New York.
Letter* for England and Europe, pro-paid, 25 cents
each half ounce, (by enclosure of postage stamps if from
other ettles p ) will be received at No. 5 Dowling-green,
New York, up to 11.4 o'clock on the morning of sell
ing. ' ctolo-tf
von, tNGLAND AND PlilliNCE, 1867.-
New York And Havre Steamship Oompany.—The
United States Mall Steamships ASAGO, 2,500 tone,
David Linea, commander, and FULTON, 2,500 tone,
Ames A. Wotton, commander, will leave New York,
Havre and Southampton, for the years 1857 end 58, on
the following days:
Talton, Saturday, Aug. 22
Argo, do. Ret. 19
Ta e lton, do, Oot p . 17
Arugo, do. Noe. it
Talton, do. Deo. 12
kago, Tuesday, Ant
Fulton, do. Rept
Arago, do. Oat.
Fulton, do. Nov.
Arago, do. Dec 1 . 5
Fulton, do. Jan. 12 Fulton,
&raga, do. Feb. 9 Arago,
Fulton, do. March 9 Mutton,
Arno, do.. ,April 6 Arago,
Fulton, do. May 4 Fulton,
Argo, do. Jane l Arago,
Talton do. June 29 Fulton,
PllOll Or ?AMOR:
From New York to Southkolpton or Ham—First
Cabin, $lBO ; Second Cabin, $76.
From Rano or Southampton to New York—Pint
Onbln, 600 flue; Second Cobb,n 600 francs.
freight or pasaage, splay to
EtOttll,MElll LIVINGSTON, Agent, T Droadway.
. 'WILLIAM ISELIN, " 17Avre.
OROS/LET th 00., " South'ton.
EX.1911598 AND DE- " Pada.
OITANOSI 00. gra
rtIRE ' NEW YORK AND LIVERPOOL
UNITED STATES kVA STEAM/LA.—The attire
Oompoehn this Line eve
The ATLANTIC, Capt. Oliver Eldridge.
Ths BALTIC, Capt. Joseph Comstoot.
The ADRIATIC, Capt. James Went.
gAbase ahips have been built by eontraot, =preset, for
overnment 'orrice; every care has been taken in their
eorietruction, as also in their engines, to ensure strength
and speed, and their acoommodatierus for passengers ars
=Knelled for elegance and comfort.
Price of passage from New York to Liverpool, in drat
Wan, $130; in second do., in; from Liverpool to New
York, 30 and YA guineas. No berths secured unless paid
for. The ships of this line have improves water-tight
PROPOSED DATES ON BAILING.
FROM saw 1011. PROM LI vaseaoL.
Saturday, June 20, 1857 Wednesday, June 24, 1857
Saturday, July 4, 1867 Wednesday, July 8, 1857
Saturday, Jury 18 1857 Wednesday, July 22, 1851
Saturday, Aug. 8 , 1857 Wednesday, Aug. 5, 1857
Saturday, Aug. 15, 1857 Wednesday, Aug.l9, 1857
Saturday, Sept. 82, 1857 Wednesday, Sept. 2, 1857
Saturday, Sept. *3, 1857 Wednesday, Sept. 80, 1857
Saturday, Oct. 10, 1857 Wednesday, Oct. 14, 1857
Saturday, Oct. 21 1857 Wednesday, Oct. 28, 1657
Saturday, Nov. T. 1657 Wednesday, Nov.ll, 1857
Saturday, Nov. 21, 1857 Wednesday, Nov, 26, 1857
Saturday, Dee. 5, 1857 Wednesday, Deo, 9, 1857
Nor freight or passage, apply t o esday, Dee, 22, 1857
NDWARD K. COLLINS No. ' 56 Wall street, N. Y.
BiIISLEY 00. t iverpool.
• STSSIISN PASSAU flo uO., 17 Lutist 'friars,
B. O. WAIN WSIGIIT .8. 00., Paris.
The owners of these ships will not be accountable for
gold, ether, bullion, specie, fewelry.pr eelons atones or
metals, unlees bills of ladbagifs 1. g tied therefor, and
the value thereof expressed therein aul-tt
eIREAT REDUCTION IN FARE TO EU
That Cabin SBOI Second Cabin 850
In the first-clam paddle-wheel steamship ADRIEL,
2,000 tons, 0. D. Lon Low, Commander, and NORTH
STAR, 2,500 tons, P. E. Urn rag, to mil from pier No.
8 North Silver, at noon precisely, carrying the UNITED
STATES MAILS, via
Leave N. York for
Southampton, Na- Bremen for Southampton
vre and Bremen. Southampton for Now York.
Arlel Saturday, Oct. 11. Wells , day, Nov. 4.
N.Sary, Oct. 31. Saturday, Nov. 38 . Yiederry, Deo. 30
These Atmore touch at 11AVRE. Specie delivered
In London and Pavia. For Damage and freight, apply
to A. TORRANCE, Agent, No. to Bowling Green, New
IRISH AND SCOTCH WHISKEY,
Wholesale and Retail,
By HUGH BAR,
GOVERNMENT HOUSE, corner of
FRONT and WHARTON Streets,
(opiosite the Navy Yard,)
j3RANDIES.— ,, Pinot CaStillon," Marott,
and other Cognacs of yarious triss, in half
pipes and quarter oa.ka elleyoisiu RalhaW Shandies,
pale and dark, In hair pipet', half calla*, eta cgs-eighth
casks. Imported and for sale by
BORLISSI & CO.,
0c22 221 and 223 South Fourth street
J. 11. ROWELL,
A LEXANDER V. HOLMES, WINE AND
11 LIQUOR STORE, No. 228, Southeast Corner o
GEORGIC and SOUTII Streets. and-ly
CI. LEWIS, IMPORTER AND DEALER
• IN FINE WINER, LIQUORS, OIGARB, Om, 20
South FIFTH Street, Philadelphia. atil-ly
p s RANDIES,—Pinet; Castillon & Co.,
rett & Co., and other brands of Cognac. of various
vintages, In half pipoll and quarter casks i Fellevolatn
Rochelle Brandies, palr and dark, in half pipes, quarter
casks and onaelghtti co As, all in Custom ROllBO stores,
Imported and for sale Ly
• HENRY BOHLEN & CO.,
an B Nos. 221 and 223 Booth Fourth street.
DTMIAR & BUTZ, PORTER, SALE
AND LAGER BEER BREWERY, No. 620 (new
No. 938) North TIIIRD Street o Philadelphia,-010pploy
orders promptly attended to.
BOOTS AND SIIOES.—Tbo subscriber
has on band a large and varied stock of BOOTS
and tRIOES, which he will Nell et the lowest prices.
GEO. W. TAYLOR,
no2l-ly B. E. corner FIFTH and MARKET Rte.
WALL STOOK OF BOOTS AND SHOES.
1 —JOSEPH H. THOMPSON k CO., No. 814 MAR
KET Street, and Non. 8 and 5 FRANKLIN PLACE,
hare new In store a large and well-assorted stock of
BOOTS and SHOES, of City and Eastern resnufacture,
which they offer for sale on the best terms for Caste, or
on the usual credit.
_ . .
Buyers are Invited to astl and examine tiler stook
NOTICE TO CONSIGNEES.
11 The s'Op PHILADELPHIA, from Liverpool, Is
now discharging under general order, at SHIPPED
STREET WIMP, Consignees will please ateend to
receipt of their goods.
no2l THOS. RICHAEDSON k CO.
NOTICE TO CONSIGNEES. The ship
PHILADELPITIA, Captain Pool, from Liverpool,
la now ready to discharge at Bhippen street wharf. Con
signees will plena deliver thole permits to the Custom
house officer on boned. All goods not permited iu five
days will be sent to publio store.
nold MAUS 11,101.1A11DBON dr. CO.
DESIRABLE OFFICES at 520 WALNUT
Al fit., opposite the State House one of the hod
business locations in Philadelphia, with heat, light,
and'ell modern conveniences. Apply on the premises,
Room No. 8, to G. W. J. BALL, Agent. note
O.I4EAP SUMMER FUEL.—GAS COKE,
of eieellentotiality, la golds% theibIIILADNLPIIIa
GASWORKS for the reduced price of Ave cents a bushel,
and may be obtained in large or mall quantity by ap
pStrelying at the OAS 0030, No. 20 South NEVENTII
To Purohasers byr Wholesale, it is sold at the Werke,
in ghat Ward, by the ton, eta price equivalent to An
thracite, 42.0 per ton.
(Signed.) J. 0. CRESSON, Engineer.
riimumpulA Wm% Aug. SO, 17. 5027-11
STATE OF GEORGIA
e, commander, 6,268 toThii,
LIIII.YI Ulf TOR[.
Arago, Saturday, Jan. 9
Attract, do. Feb.
Antgo, do. March 6
Fulton, do. April 3
Arago, do Play 1
Fulton, do. May 29
Arago, Wednesday, Aug. 20
Fulton, do. Sept. 23
Arago, do. Oct. 21
Fulton, do. Not. 18
Arago, do. Deo. 10
do. Jan. 13
do. Feb. 10
do. Mix. 10
do. April 7
do. May 5
do. Jana 80
(Vino anb tiquoro.
Boot° altb BlJace.
Woltce to Cottsigne,ro
,for Bale nnb Qo tet.
THE BEST ASSORTMENT or LEHIGH
AND SCHUYLKILL COAL le at
BROAD STREET, above Vine.
Sold at reduced prim. Call and see. 0ca1...6w
29Afj LBS. IS A TON.—BUYBES
and consumers are invited to examine our
stock of LOCUST MOUNTAIN and BLACK
RCATU COAL." Our Coal Is selected expressly for
family use; being carefully screened, we will warrant it
free from slate end dust. " We sell 2240 lbs." being
2.10 lbs. more'. than sold by retaildealers, at " , 25 cents
lees per t 00...
Also. on hand a full supply of ,4 BROAD TOP BITU
MINOUS COAL" for Steam-generating, Blacksmi thing,
and Rolling-mill purposes. This Coal cannot be ex
Yards, BROAD and VINE—Dig Sign, ii 2240 LDS. IS
A TON. [ ieB.3m] LtilariTON & 00
OA L I GOAL I COAL I—TAGGART's
V CELEBRATED BERING MOUNTAIN LEHIGH
J. &R. CARTERTGESENWOOD, TAMAQUA COAL
NEORGE W. ENYDREE PINE FOREST Baum
RANDALL & NEREDITIL
Have for sale, and are constantly receiving from
above celebrated Collieries,
' COAL OP ALL SIZE'S.
There Is no Coal Milted anywhere, eqUil in quality
these, and a trial will convince any one of their great
auperrority, Our Qoal is very carefully ecreened at our
yards, and we will warrant it perfectly free from elate,
net and all impurities. Our PRICES areas LOW milts
Orders left at our Office, No. 161 BOUM FRONT
street, above Walnut.
Orders lett at our Yard, CALLOWRILL street, Delon
Orders left at our Wharf, WATER street, above CAL
LOWIIILL—or sent to either place per Despatch Poet,
will receive prompt attention.
Purchasers for Family use will do well to call and ex
amine our Coal before purchasing elsewhere. a 0441
k-CHUYLKIEC - TirtiL - gHI4II - OVAI,-
I am daily receiving, st my yard, the beet quality o.
1501.11TYLKILL AND Lt 11011 COAL. My customers,
and all others who may favor me with their orders, may
rely on getting Coal that will be eatisfaotory to them.
V" No Inferior ONO kept at thio totablishment to
offer at LOW MOM
ALEXANDER CON VERY,
N. E. corner of Stood and Cherry Ste
LEHIGH AND SCHUYLKILL COAL.—
DALY, PORTED lit CO., COAL DEALERS, No.
821 PRIME Street, above „Eighth, keep constantly on
hand, at the very lowest Wee, a full supply of Lehigh
and Schuylkill (log. an 1-Bnc
JOHN P. DOHERTY,
ronmsur WITH /CELLI & BROTHER,
LATE WITH LUKENS, KELLY, & CO.,
814 CHESTNUT STREET, ASOCE EIGHTH,
Han now with hint the best Tailors that are engaged
in the business in this country.
CHARLES ROTH, formerly the leading tailor of this
city; H. RAMS, formerly cutter for C. Roth & CO.,
and latu Coat and Yet cutter with Lukens, Kelly, &
Co.; Hasar Wsonart, the beet TaMs and Vent cutter
In the United Staten, for yearn cutter with Depierris,
under the Irving House, Broadway, and with Deplorris
& Pettus, under the St. Nicholas Hotel, Broadway.
The moat unremitting attention paid to the wishes of
all who patronise the establishment.
The best of Clothes made at moderate prices for
credit, lout prices for ea s t. ocl3-tf
A. Ai ES SHERIDA N, MERCHANT
ar TAILOR, lion. 16 andlB South NINTH STREET,
A large and well 'fleeted stook of CLOTIII3and
OASSlatfilttg always on hand.
All Clothing made at this Eatabliehment will be of
tho beat quality, and In the moot faAhlonable etyle:
Particular attention glean to UNIFORM CLOTH.-
Ct RARPE'S MEN'S AND BOYS'
1(.7 CLOTHING, 148 North FOURTH litreet, between
Arch and Rate. anB-1y
T H. CHASE & CO.
43 North FRONT and 44 WATER Street, Philadelphia
Oa tonslgnment from the interior or Pennnylranla,
when, our new Cleaning DIIII in now in general me,
V. Also, TIMOTHY AND RED TOP alwoya on
HANDY & BRENNER—COMMISSION
IIIERCHANTB and Dealers In Foreign and Ame
rican HARDWARE and CUTLERY, Noe. 23, 25 and 27
North 1/11111 Street, Etat aide above Commerce street,
CIIARIAS TETE, COMMISSION MEN
CHANT and Importer of HAVANA fiEGARS,
(New) 133 Walnut street. second story. aul-ly
Qrobacco an Cigars.
LIAVANA IDIGARS—A handsome ssort.
Yl. moat, such u
Torrey Lopes, Union Amerioana,
°reject, Flora Cubans, &0., ;to.,
ace., in X, N,l-6 and 1-10 Rea, of all sins and quail:.
ties, in itSte and oonstantly receiving, and for sale low,
by CtIARLES TETE,
(new) 138 WALNUT Street,
aulAy be ow Second, second story
fiIIGARO, CABANAS AND PARTAGAS
SECIAIIS.—A choice Invoice of these celebrated
brands on board brig "New Era,
_" daily expected trots
and fox sale low, by ENABLES TETE,
(Now) 138 Walnut street, below Second,
sal Second Story,
B. KITE & CO.
JUL. , FURNITURE, BEDDING, Ae.
No. 4118 (lota 129) WALNUT mt.,
A new and superior atyle of Spring Beds.
LYDIA H. KIM Joaara WALroll
soap nub Clubleo
SOAP AND CANDLES.
REMOVAL from 187 SOUTH FOURTH STREET,
to my Manufactory, 10 and 14 RELIEF STREET, be
tween Lombard and South, and Front and Second
Thankful to my numeroun fermis for their past favors,
I solicit a continuance of the same, having enlarged my
manufactory Co as to enable me to hasp constantly on
hand is rare Bieck of well seasoned Soaps, free from
Pick Oil; Palm,Variegated White Honey, Castile, and
all kinds of toiet Soaps, Chemical Olive Soap of pure
material, Settled Pale, and Drown Soap, English Sal,
Soda and Pearl Starch, Sperm, Adamantine, and Tallow
Candles of all sires constantly on hand. 'laving
adopted the cast system, I am enabled to well my gooda
at the lowest prices. F. CONWAY.
N. B..—Cash paid for Tallow and Grease. no 11.6 m
BLANK BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
DAVID M. ROGAN, Blank Book Manufacturer,
Stationer and Printer, No. 100 WALNUT Street, is pre
pared at all times to furnish, either from the shelves
or make to order, Books of every description, suitable
foe Banks. Publio Mee Merchants, and others, of the
best quality of English or American Paper, and bound
in various styles, in the most substantial manner.
Orders for JOB PRINTING of every description.
Engraving and Lithographing executed weth neatness
A general assortment of English, French and Anted ,
Can Stationery. . .
Concerning Mr. Ifogan , s contribution to the Franklin
Institute, the Committee any—" This display of blank
books for banking and mercantile use is the best in the
Exhibition. The selection of the material Is good, the
workmanship most excellent, and their finish and ap
pearance neat and appropriate." n030..tf
NiM GAS CONSUMING FIIRNAOS
CHILSON'S NEW CONE FURNACE,
after haring been put to the most nevere test, during
the two 001.0 WINTERS or 1860 AND 1857, hue mined to
be the most powerful heater in the world, wring from
X to X the fuel over any of the beet furnacee now in nee.
moos letrairecEs are eonntruoted with a cant Iron anti
pit, and a broad, shallow pan-nhapod fire pot, lined
with fire-brick or iron dues. The fire pot is surmount
A SERIES OF CONES, on TAPERING RADIATORS,
large and broad at their bese, but tapering to small aper
tures at the top, and uniting with the similar chamber,
through which the heat and smoke pass to the flue.
Tan wens products of combustion to the form of
smoke and ounce, are suspended directly over the tire,
OONVINED or compressed Into the tapering CONIC and
CONTINUALLY EMBED to the direct action of the rays
of heat and light from the fire.
This heat and light is brought to a moos I nay
Cone, not unlike the
COLLECTION OF TRH SUN'S RAYS,
to • focal point through en ordinary lens, causing the
LOMB MID oases to become intensely heated and tlscr.
roughly CONSUUND, by thin operation the MI6 AND
OAFS& are MADE FOCALLY ATAILABLII with the DIAL
ITS mr for heating prirpones, while, in other tummies',
It IN (MERINO OFF AND WASTED IN rex onimiler.
All persona desirous of obtaining the beet and
MOST ECONOMICAL lItATING APPARATUS,
should not fail to examine tho New WO Cot:HEWING
Coax Puitn.tos before purchasing any other. The at
tontio3 of architects and builders in particularly iv
gneeted. ARNOLD h WILSON,
(Successors to B. A. Morrison.)
No. 426 WALNUT Street,
Opposite Independence Square.
gato, Cap°, &r.
SULLENDER & PASCAL,
aul-em No. 8 a. SIXTEI street. Phi Weft%
QUAKER CITY NAILS,
Manufactured at FOUNTAIN GREEN ROLLING ?JILL
00 the Schuylkill, above Spring Garden Water Work&
WAREHOUSE, 103 North WATER Street.
QUAKER OITY NAILS are warranted equal to any
JOIIN lIALDINAN, Agent
THOMAS E. BAXTER.-HARDWARE
CUTURY AND TOOLS, No. 919 MARICNT BT.
hove Ninth, moth aide, Philadelphia an 1-em
LONGWORTH's OHIO WINES.
GENERAL AGENCY FOR ALL
TO WHOLESALE DEALERS.
Ey a special arrangement with Mr. LONGWORTII, I
am enabled to offer hie Wines, in large quantitlea, upon
the lowest 11114 best terms. The Wines to be delivered
in Cincinnati, and forwarded by usual means of convey.
ante (railroad or steamboat) direct to the purchaser;
by which the expenses of storage, commissions, double
No orders under this arrangement will be forwarded
for less than twentrilve cases.
MI orders must be directed only to
FRED. B. COZZENS,
TS WARREN Street, Raw YORE.
Dy the present arrangement a 'madame profit on
those wines can be Mad° by the wholesale dealer.
Sparkling Catawba, vintage 1858, quarto.
Do do do do pints.
Do do do 1852 marts.
Do do do do pints.
Still Cat . dwba, vintage 1852, quarts.
Do do extra, vintage 1862, quarts.
Sparkling Isabella, do do do.
Still Catawba, In casks, of various qualities.
Catawba Brandy, of superior quail
SAND. S. 00Z2
General Agent for the sale of N:Longwor , a Wines,
78 WARILBN STREET,
(opposite iindson ISivor Baaroad perk)
po2-on3 Nsw Toss.
SAVING FUND—FIVE PER CENT. IN
TBREST—NATIONAL fi,nIMTY TRUST 0011-
PAWL—WALNUT STlttla, SOUTE-WELIT COMEX
011 TIIIBD, PIIILADNLPIIIA..
INCORPORATIM IT TIM BIATIB or PINXIITLYANIA.
MOllO7 is received in any sum, lugs or mull, and in
terest paid from the dap of deposit to the day of with.
Tke ogles II open every day (rem o'eletlk In the
morning till o'clock in the evening, and on Monday
end Thursday evenings till 9 o'clock.
HON. HENRY L. BENNER, President,
ROBERT SELFRIDGE S Vice President.
WK. J. KM), Secretary.
Han. Henry L. Dinner, I C. Landreth Monne,
s,RY.drofei:dr.:KuSel:4lBmi.hlCdltettoben,,,ri Y. Carroll Brewster,
}leery . L. Churchman,
Money is received and payments made daily.
The investments eve made in conformity with the
provlsions et the Charter, In REAL ESTATE MORT
GAG ES, GROUND RENTS, and ;inch Stet class seenn
ties as will always Insure perfect ;amity to the deposi
tors, and which cannot ail to glee permanency and sta•
blllty to this Institution. an 1.17
(VO. 83 (241) DOCK STREET. - FIVE
PEA OENT. STATE SAVINGS FOND.
IJ O. 88 (241) DOCK STREET. -FIVE
PER OENT. STATE SAYINGS EIIND.
N °.B' (241) DOCK STREET.- FIVE
PER OENT. STATE LIMOS POND.
MO. 88 (241) DOCK STREET.-FIDE
11 PER OENT. STATE BAVINOS FUND. sul-ly
filarljinerg anb iron
13ENN STEAM ENGINE AND BOlL
RBANEY, NEAFIE & GO.,
PRACTICAL AND THEORETICAL ENGINEERS,
MACHINISTS, BOILER-MAKERS, BI AO&
sums AND FOUNDERS.
Having (or many years been in successful operation,
and been exclasivelp engaged in building And repairing
Marine and River Engines, high and low preserve, Iron
Boats, Water Tanks, Propellers, &0., &0., respectfully
offer their services to the public, as being lullypnepared
to contract for Engines of all asses, Marine, River, and
Stationary. Raring sets of patterns of different sisee,
are prepared to execute orders with quick despatch.
livery description or Pattern-milting made at the
shortest notice. High and Low. Pressure, Flue, Tubu
lar and Cylinder Boilers, at the beet Pennsylvania char
coal iron. Sorgings of all sizes and kinds; Iron and
Brass Castings of ail descriptions; Roll Turning, Screw
Cutting, and all other work connected with We above
Drawings end apecitleations for all work done at their
establishment free of charge, ima work gclareolen&
The subscribers hare staple wharf dock room for re
polrs of boats, where they can lay in portent safety, and
are prorided with shears, blocks, falls, &0., &o , for
raising beery or light weights.. . .
JACOB 0. EXAMS,
JOAN P. LEVY,
41:11-7 BEACH still PALMER Btreetti,ll.ensingtoe
SAMUEL T.IIIIIISIOS. I. TAIIMIAM 111111101
WILLIAM I. MIIIIIOI.
YIPTLI AND WASHINGTON STRIIISTD,
MERRICK & SONS,
ENGINEERS AND XiOHINHITS,
manufacture High and Low Pressure Steam Engines, for
Land, River, and Marine genic*. •
Boilers, Gasometers, Tanks, Iron Boats, ke., Out
ings of all kinds, either DVS or Brass.
Iron frame roofs for Gas Works, Workshops, Railroad
Retorts and Gas Machinery of the latest and moat
Every deecripiJon of Plantation machinery, such as
Sugar, Saw, and Grist Mills, Vacuum Pans, Open Steam
Trains, Defeeators, Filters, Pumping Engines, &o.
Sole Agents for N. BillieuVe Patent Sugar Boiling.
Apparatus; Naamyth's Patent Steam Ham,mer; J. P.
Roes' Patent Valve Motion for Bloat Machinery and
Superintendent—B. It. BARTOL
RICHARD NORRIS & SON, LOCOMO
SEAM ENGINE BUILDERS,
RUTZ BTBM, RAIIILTON, PAIR►IRI/ AID
SPRING GARDYN STRUTS,
loped enainslvoly In the manufactureLOGOMOTlW., STEAM ENGINES.
Manufacture to order Locomotives of any arrange
=sat, welett or capacity, for the we of Wood or Coke,
BSIIINIMOUS Cool in rtr orris slots, or
WITISOUT 10011TTIN0 MIEN, OAS ox /DM.
In design, material and workmanship the Locomo
tives produced at these Works are equal to, and not ex
eelled by any. The mat:Wats need m construction are
made on the spot, and to the best quality and mod
reliable stook. The burs extent of Shops, and Corn-
Otte Equipment of Eladinny and Tools, enable
them to execute the
BEST OF WORE WITH GILBAT DESPATCH,
Or ART ARRANGIKiIif REQUIRED.
ORILLso OAR WH EELS, HAIifitERNDUS,
With Yorginp of as y size or form
IRON ,AND BRASS CASTINGS,'
And MACHINJI WORE generally.
WANTED, FOR THE UNITED STATES
OAYALAY—Ablo.bodled, unmarried men, to
whom will be given good pay, board, clothing, And
medical attendance. Pay from $l2 to =1 per month.
No man having a wife or child will be accepted. Apply
for MOUNTED BEItrICN, at No. 817 MARKET street
above Eighth, north aide.
WILLIAM B. ItOYALL,
let Lieut. 24 Bert. of Cavalry,
oft $-9m* Recruiting Officer,
500 AGENTS WANTED.—A HOME
STEAD FOR 110 Division.--$310,000
worth of Perms and Building Lots, In the gold region
of Culpeper county, Virginia, to be divided amongst
10,200 solmeribers, on the 7th of December, 1557. Put.
seriptions only ten dollars down, or fifteen dollars, one.
half down, the rest on delivery of the deed. Every
subscriber will get a Ileilding Lot or a Farm, ranging in
value from $lO to 1kr5,000. These farms and lota are
sold so cheap to Induce settlements, a aulectent number
being reserved, the increase 10 the value of which will
compensate for the apparent low priori now asked. Up.
wards of 1,350 lota and farms are already cold, and a
company of settlers called the 4, Rappahannock Pioneer
Association" Is now forming and will soon commence a
settlement. Ample security will be given for the faith
ful performance of contracts and promises. Nearly
45,000 acres of land In different pare of Virginia, new
at command, and will be sold to settlers at from II up to
$3OO per acre. Unquestionable titles mill is ail eases
be peen. Wood-cuttere, coopers, farmers, &e., are
wanted, and five hundred Agents to obtain subscribers,
to whom the most liberal Inducements will be given.
me agents write that they are makingts2oo per month.
Yoe full particulars, snbacriptions, agencies, &e., apply
to E. BAUDER,
an24-tf Port Royal, Caroline county, Va.
LANDS! LANDS!!--1 OFFER FOR
sale the following valuable LANDS in SOUTH.
WESTERN GEORGIA. All persona are hereby mo
tioned against trespassing upon any of them.
October ,1657. T. R. D 1.0011 12 Macon, Ga.
Ist District—Nos. 60, 95, 97
7th District—No. 338.
9th do—Noa. 18, 328, 329, 333, 369, 378, 379, 350, 419,
10th Dtetrict—Nos. 45, 46, 47.
9th District—No. 124, 525.
15th do 11, 12, 55.
16th do 26, 26, 38, 231.
lot District—Nos. 130, 160, 169, 188
13th do 4,181
14th do 66 113, 144.
15th Dietzlot.—No. 91.
11th Digtrtet—Nog. 12 8 , 250.
12. th do . 4 198, 201.
Bth Dintrict—No. 111
12th Dibtrict—Nos. 209, 221, =2, 24, 127
371, 3;0, 390.
13th do "0, 13,19, 28, 36, 70, 391, 332, 394
DCCUT UR COUNTY
14th District—Nos. 130.
nth /90, 218.
Ist District—Nos. 7, 208 211, 212, 213, 214, 221,212, 713,
TA, 225, 22.2 ; 221 3
2d do ,‘ 152, MT.
7th do 211.
9th do /10.
tith District—No. 214
Bth District—No. 103.
13th District—Nos. 03, 88.
14th do ,4 63.61,
PLANS AND ESTIMATES for a Bridge over the
River Schuylkill, on the tine of Chestnut street, in the
City of Philadelphia, will be received by the Chief En
gineer and Surveyor, at the DEPARTMENT OF SUR
VEYS, City Building, VIEW Street, he'Ler Walnut,
until the second day of January, MIL S.1:1,1 Bridge to
be of the following dimensions, without any pier, or
with not more than one pier in the water-way the
materials of construction throughout to be indestructi
ble by fire.
Distance between abutments 388 feet
Whitt, of Bridge, out to out, not less than.. 42 4i
Elevation above low water. 37
For an arch the springing lino should not ho leas than
eleven feet above low water.
The Plans and Estimates will be received under the
arrangement and conditions specified in the ordi
nance of Councils, approved November 2d, 1157, as fol.
Samos 2 That all plans and estimates lobe 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 busing
a corresponding mark thereon, so that the name of the
de3igner may not be known until the phi, most ap
proved shall have been selected.
SIinTION 3. That all ouch plans and estirettea shall,
when received, become the property of the City of Phila
delphia, and shall be presented within two months after
the passage of this ordinance, when it shall be the duty
of the Chief Engineer and Surveyor, by end with the
advice of the Committee on Surveys and Regulations,
to invite a commission, consisting 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 name. of the designers,
and the character and estimated met of the three plans
by thorn preferred.
FACTION 4. It shell be the duty of the Chief Cornmis•
closer of Dighwaye, upon a certificate presented and
signed by the Chief Engineer and Surveyor, to issue
warrants In payment of the cost of the aforesaid adver
tisements, and ales in favor of those persona who may
have presented the three plans preferred by said com
mission; to the [list in point of merit, the sum of $4OOl
to the second, 9250, and to the third slooi said warrants
to be charged to Item No 19 of appropriation made to
tho Department of Ilighways, a.c., for the year 1857,
approved !ductile, 1857.1
For further information, or for cross section of river,
same STRICHLd.ND RNEASS,
Chief Engineer and Surveyor City of Philada.
OB.PITOTOGRAPHIO bIINIATURNS OIL,
N. E. corner of ElfalTil and LOCUST.
The above pictures differ essenttally from anything
ever before offered to the public. Their softness, and
troth of color and outline, extredtlinary mioateness
and aocuracy of detail, inure, of necessity, the greatest
fidelity of reeemblance; while the eeverity or the or
deal to which they are expoeed In manipulation equally
settles the queetion of their permanence. These facts
enable the enbeember to offer them, with the greatest
satisfaction and confidence, to the public and to hie
They are secured by letters patent to, and can he had
ONLY of N. MAROUANT.
V" Portraits of the cabinet, and life dye on canvas
as heretofore. septum
tstg,__ECONOMY IN GAS BILLS.--THE
Ur best Gau Regulators ever offered for Five Dol
lars. For sale by the WA.TRRMAR GAB RBOULA.
sca oavartruT 64set
COTTON-200 bales good Middling to Kitt
y*, dnog Pa CottonVA, in&TIN dors an & d for Bade by
anal 179 North Wain. otroot.
QTORAGE on SECOND and THIRD
b... 7 FLOORS can be had at 119 North Waterakest.
DENNsTLITANLt CENTRAL - RAM-
MT. lOR PITISTII3EAR, Isl.
CiatiariatS, Si. Lends, Saws Ofir t
Om ani Orleans,
, - St. lael.
Tenria, Mow, =1 , 2
Arming dew wrismcriats with oat as Wart wilt.
iRRIVAL exn UP/1M Of tilt
At sad Ironthe ULM&
Penneylvaate - /Wield P
etatikna teeth-east terror el - ILETPMTH aatins
/CRT atresta Oatmeal em Rterentlk street )
LPAYZ PHILADELPHIA POR TITTIIIMIROM AJW
Mail Train - M.
Fast Lino at 180 A. at 1165
Paws' Mall at 11 00 night,
Columbia It. R. Lira tastes tee narriaberg, via Co
fambia. at 1.30 N.
ARRIVE PROM PITTRRIIRGII AND WRPTERN
.at 12.03 Wit,
Peat Line .at GO •. /t.
Express /tail et 1.001. lit
Columbia H. ft. Line string from Herrhintrar,ntaCe
umbla ell 35 P. U.
The Express Itall nine day, the ether testae, Ina
Baggage will be received it the Primmogsr Depot b
the Baggage blaster, at any time daring the day. No
charge for handling baggage.
NOTICS.--In rase of loss, the Company will hold
themselves responsible for personal baggage only, and
for so amount not exceeding ;100.
Nonce —Omnibuses will be in neediness at the New
York Depot to omvey punnets for the West to the
Pennsylvania astirmd Station.
TROMAII MOIR, Arat,
Paaionger Line PeIIBIIIIVII4IA Railroad Co.
Philadelphia. Norenitier 21, 1101, alii-ly
1143 WESTERN TRASELLEBS.
BPBING AND MIXER ARRANGEMENTS.
NORTHERN CNTRAL RAIL nu t.
TWO DAILY TRAIN E S
runt BALTIXORE TO
PITTSBURGH AND THE WET.
On and alter Jane Lit, DAT, TWO DAILY TRAINS
will leave Calvert Station for PlA:shay - 0 and ail West.
ern and South or Northwestern
THE MORNING HAIL TRAIN
Leaven Baltimore daily (Sunday excepted) at Slit A.
H. connecting with the Hail Train over the Great Lean
sylvan!' Railroad, and arriving In Pittsburgh at lASI
A. H. -
THE APTSRINX/N =TREE* TRAIN
Leaves Ea/Union daily Vandal essepted) at $ P. M.
THE NIGHT EXPRESS TRAIN
Leaves Baltimore EVERY EIGHT at 10 P. it , eon
nesting with the Lightning Entrees over the Pennsyl
vania Railroad for Pittsba rah, arriving at 1.20 P. Pi
n- All these trains connect closely at Ptttahssg
with trains over the PittsbirreA, Fort Wares end
Chicago Railroad, and its Northern, Southern sad
•in Pawners for Chicago, Rook Island, Bodin/ -
ton, lowa City, Milataukce, Dubuque, Et. Paul* Had.
son, and other leading cities in the Northweetorill sari
ear hundred mile, of t - lav sad tea boors In t'me, with
four toss changes of cars, by taking this route.
117' Paaarogers for Clevehirei, &Ma& e, Toledo, and
DetrOit, go by this route, and the time Is unequalled,
being 113 miles shorter than by any other route.
11 . 3" riusionment for Et. Louis, Indianapolis, Terse
Haute, Cairo, sod all points on the Loner a nd Upper
Mississippi, make less changes of care, sad arrive in ad
vance of any . other route; and to Cincinnati, Coloratura,
Dayton, Louisville, and other prominent *Title:yin gni*
asby any other routs.
All Western Baggage CIiECILED 1111011GH and
lasitled wird' care.
FOR THE NORTH:
The 3.15 A.M. connects closely with Express Testae
over the Dauphin road for Williamsport, Elmira,
Rochester, Ilunalo Niagara Falls, and Canada, Wm
forming the most direct railway ro ute to Northweetera
Pennsylvania and Western New rook. Pawners will
And this the shortest, cheapest, and mart espeditlous
route to Niagara Valle and Canada.
Through Tickets are issued to Philadelphia vie. C.- -
lambi& and Lancaater by all the trains at $3 each, math
train baring cure connections. Passengers , by Ibis
route avoid treaselled bridges, AM all the nmsaronahroce
of ferrying MOW the Susquehanna riser.
Paantagers for Honorer, Hancheaterollts=st
mittsbutg, Carlisle, Chaelbersburg, go by: at
8.15 A. M. and 3P. kl.
The Can on this road make we bit pot day, somas!.
lag with the train at 3 P. M.
rot TUMOR TICEMTB sat tanker latormatlan i ,
apply at the Ticket Moe, Calvart Bumps , M. E . imsece
of Calvert and Franklin struts;
5er41341 Ce 9., ADIZON, &WE: -
NEW YORK LINES.—TAE CAMDEN*
I AND ASIROY RAILROAD AND PHILADELPHIA,
AND TRENTON RAILROAD COMPANY'S
TROIA. PHILADELPHIA - TO NEW yam, AWI . 1
Leave as follons r vis : • non.
At 1 A. M., from Mennigion Depot, via Jersey
Ate A. M. via Camden and Jersey City, New lee.
At 6A. M., via Camden and Amboy, Aeomonvoda . .
At 7 Kit, via Camden and Jersey - City, Mend*
At 10 A. M. by steamboat Trenton, via Tesifil
and Jena; City, Moml. -
At 2P. M., via Camden A l =o. and A. Xi.
At P. 61. via Camden and Jersey Oily, Bvmdtof
At 3 P. M., via Camden and Amboy, Acooseonali.
Con, Ist Clam 2i
At 3P. M. via Camden and Amboy, Ateommodn ,
lion, 2nd Clam.
At 5 P. M., via Camden and Amboy, Aseoronsada•
tlon, lit Clam
At 5 P. M. vie Camden and Amboy, Amonamods.
The 6 P. M. line rims daily, all others Banda)* as
Cypriote Lines stop at the 'Delp] itatteaa he., bely.
Per Beidere, llaston, al 6 A.
and 2,16" if., from Walnut street whist
For Mater Gap, Btrowisbiug, Beranteo, Wiltsstart
Montroee, Great Bend, to. at 6 A. M., via Dahmer
Laetananna at Western Railroad.
Nor Freels°l4, at 8 A. 11. and 2 P. K.
Tor Moat Holly at I
AT A. M. and sg, s and 6 T.ll
/or Bristol, Trenton WA Ste. at 2J said 4P. K.
Tor Palmy's, Exaseseas, Barrely, bannsloa„ Sordoni
tows &a, as a P. U.
Steamboat ltlOll4lID ST*OB'll3N tar Borteatowa
mad intense Oda Awn st P:311 •
for Tammy st 10 sad II Si AL.
M., sad 4P. IC -
AU lbw, except 1 A. M., have Want stmc
tOrrifty panda of baggage only allowed each pas.
senor. Parsengens are prohibited from toting any
tidos aa baggago but their wearing apparel. d - 11 beg.
gage °Ter day poundis to be paid for extra, The Cope
potty bent their resporodbility for tramp tome dotter
per pound, and will eot be liable for Thy amount bia
yond goo, eleept by epode' contract.
an 1-ly . O. kA. IL L CO.
AND NOR HIST° WH RAILBOAD.—WINTrA
ARRANGE/MT.—On and after MONDAY, °didn't
Leave Philadelphia at 6 7,44, Lig, 9%, 11}( A. M., 2,
3-10 min. 4.6, 6,7, 6, and 11 P. M.
Leave Girmantown at 6%, 7-35 min. 8, 9,10% A. M.,
1-10, 3-10. min. 4, 5,6,7,6, and 16P. 14.
107' The 735 o'clock A. 14. Train Dm Germantown
will atop enly at Way - no Street Station. '
Leave Philadelphia. it 9.20 ml 9. M., 2 and ON P.M.
Leave Germantown 820 min. A. 11., 1.10 rob. and
645 min P.M.
CHESTNUT GILL RAILROAD.
Lea,, CheaNat Hill at IX,II-40 sad 10-10 min. A. M..
12-60, 3-40, 6-40 sad 1-40 rain. P. M.
Leave Philadelphia, 8-22 A:M., 2 and 6% P. U.
Leave Cheatnat ant at 8 A. U. 1240 and 6-20 F, 26.
FOR 11ANATHEE, CONSHOHOCKEN AND 2028_81L
Leine Philadelphia at ISX,4, 1.1 4.11.,!,+!( , 6%,
and 11 P.M.
Leara Norristown tt 7,9,11 . 4. Id., 6 and 8.40 P. N.
Leave Vhiladelphis at 9 A. M., and $ P. M.
Leave Norristown at I A. M. and SR. M.
CHESTER VALLEY RAILROAD ma Domini
Leave Philadelphia at 6X A. M., and AP. M.
Leave Downingtown at TX A. H . and .1 P. tig.
H. K. SMITH, Superintendent.
Depot, Ninth and Green atreeta, Philadelphia
N ORTH PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD
BETHLEHEM, BAPYON, ALLENTOWN. II ALTO 1/
CULINE,WILKESDABRE, DOYLESTOWN, &e.
On and after Wednesday, November 4th, 1951 the
trains on this road will leave Philadelphia dally Own.
days excepted) as iollows:
For Bethlehem, Easton, Allentown Manch Chunk, and
Wilkesbarre (Express) at 9A. M.
For Bethlehem, Allentown, and Blanch Chunk, (Et.
pies,) in connection with L . Y. R. R. and Fenton, b'y
stage, from Iron Bill Station, at 2.15 P. M.
For Doylestown, (Accommodation,) at 4.10 P. M.
For Gwynedd, do. at 10 A.ll.
On Tuesdays and Fridays the 10 A. 11. train will run
through to Doylestown, tearing Doylestown to return
at l 3o P. N.
TRAINS FOR rEmaDr.ima. '
Leave Betbelem (Express,) at 9 A. M., and 226 P
Leave Doylestown, (Aecommodationd at 6 as A. H.
Leave , Jwynedd, do. at32OP.M.
Por ( Prom
Gwynedd ......915 A. 31. I Gwynedd 23/ P. 61
Doylestown A 30 P. M. 1 11ay1e5t0wn......6.25 A.ll
Fare to Bethlehem 51 50
" Mauch Chunk 210
" Wilkesbarre 4 50
I'RONT and WILLOW 841 , Phil*
ELLIS CLARE, Agent
CGE OF HOURS.-PHI LA DEL
V PHU, WILMINGTON AND BALTIMORE RAIL
On and after Monday, Noy, MI, 18111.
PASSENGER TRAINS LEAFS PRILADRLPRIA
For Baltimore at 8 A. M., 1 P. M., (Rzytesa,) and 11
For Wilmington at 8 A. M.,1, 8.80 and 11 P. M.
For New Castle at 8 A. 11., 1 and 320 P. M.
For Middletown at 8.8. M. and 1 P. M.
For Dover at 8 A. 11. and 1 P. M.
For Seaford at 8 A. '
snl. 1 P M.
TRAINS FOR PHILADELPIILt
Leave Baltimore at 3.40, Ripen, 11 A. M., and AIR
Leave Wilmington at T.'23 and 1145 A. M., and 2.1/1
d 0.66 P. M.
Leave New Oaalle at 6.55 and 11.05 A. 5 1 , , and 8.03
Leave Middletown at 20.70 A. M. sad 7Ad P. M.
Lea's 'Dover at 0. 1 6 A. M. and 3 P. M.
Leave deatont at 7 30 A. M. and I F. M.
TRA7.IIB FOR 11/ILTLMORII
1.44v4 Wlbningtou .t 2.16 Al 11., 2P. M. and 12.16
817 N. BABB only at 11 P. N. from Phlladslrbta to
Freight Train, with rasseapr Oar attached, win rex
as knows :
Leave Philadelphia for Parryaill• sad intermediate
planes ats 00 P. IL
Leave Wilmington for do. do. 6.60 P.M.
Leaner Baltimore for Barre-de-Onto; at 5 P. M.
no 21.17 B. M. FELTON, President.
lire proof Safes.
♦ lugs omortatent of
NVANB & WATEION'S
BALAMANDEN BirEß_,_ _
BANE LOONS for Rooks sad tharao.
ood to any am m
IRON DOh RS, BRIITTBRB,
Oa u good taw UR ted Staboray other ootablidimeot is U the Mil,
BUNS & WATBON,
No. 2.6 Boat! FOURTH street
PLIUSIC GM V 8 A CALL
LIIMBER ! LI73IBER ! !—The subscriber,
who hoe for several d~eeaarn occupied the premises at
Elosn's Pleasing Mill, Settaingtont hoe emegread to
COATRS fiTRIET , WHARF, adjoining the Phenix.
Planing Ili 1, on Delaware IMMO, 1 11191M1 be intends
k s . p i ng a urge easortment of Carolina and other dace
ingloards, elope, deers, !halides, millet femeing and
fti g o id teormighly seasonedsad well
For sale at the lowed auk prices,
tterexpra ailed to call and examine for themed eed even ef
fort will be mode to gins satisfaction, remilmid
and supplied at the shorted notice for Ws klada egg
41114fikedittilt TellOW Pine) itiabor and Manilla.