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lists IJQl~bpiipw , ` tix Ymiter ;
;siy took oscaeEoq t 6 halt tha oplendid eiallery ; of
,latti:nuw ot4hhtbitttactuaafultaege to tho
at the , room of A 8.-4abltfous Nsq' 19t910 Chestnut
ateetrt:,4lefi contettiiivAiiiotures, s.qi,aiiising MIA
tAT10014 . 4 and tift i ilec:anZare now agangtal.:ln the
• oPie - f . theiriea:tol649l,l oa Thuniday, the
: ` L'oieteof ig ; eid.theie of our aitiaaita who
Way d e .i to p m fute4Tetliee oC,real . merit, would do
!NU glee ~tltikeellectioutbelt attention, Without
atteunalucu, - netWweelif4tetatl a tlxe several pieces of
' Inertt , pitedy
: deli That among
thekietheleare the itulderit t Mail of Motet!, timber,
Al,ettivels'ett, Nan Ittlithon
-I;twg; Ines, Birch, Retr:l4 s Liele,,Laufinet,'Leutto,
others_ „ „.,
- - Ptriaiaidtit'atiotig the pcnthcathe !Lite three 'hue tiro
844.041itintlhge of,Naablaittaa, after Etuatt ; sit wt
teltahlW portrett of
. Thtelel Nebeter, - a porttait of pfeeir
460;4mi - coo aodf,alxvell-exoeuted csbinet - ,Plotnre of
`l`osldfint 41.4 , 1'Sai.'T'Phero ore sever - al tine old paint
ings by old tuestorairmiting Which are Christ raising
Laterite - , Mid it scene en the Mediterranean; the' fernier
nf - whiell_ropitimints - the 'gasifier, Mirrounded - with Mari
_ and' elsteni of Lazarus, and a-Multitude of
his disciples-, in the attitude c o mmanding the dead tie
rise ; Whilst the sleeper, oboyinithe Master's summons;
~his grave•clotbes, is seen rising from the torah:
l'here ,arafeatntes of _real merit in this picture, and to
those who ararnout making private collections of Mill=
tort& paintings, the possession of this would certainly
, be a'velnablo acquisition. •
Marine 'view reiresenting the Narrows, near NOW
York, painte d by Moran, is a spirited pleco, and dieplays
a boldness' and-originality of execution - rarely Sur
dretidy luthuatiel, we have not time to no'.
Mal those stances in detail, ;but would simply add. that
!herniae quite a muulorwhich we have not Mentioned'
-that her...been Pronounced, by connoisseurs to be really
the g4 l O of thta' eeilecibinlt be peteraptery, the
prehabffity belhat a rare chance - wilt bo afforded to oh,
latuf -Voturee xis - 1117 *oft tivrtug, , tit. modotate 'prices.
PARow's CoNcEnT. , --IL may btia matter Of in ,
tareit to our readeri to knot' that a book hes been. art
ranged, utteh may be had; at the-concert room this
vveutne,containingthew6rds,with eorreet English trans
lation, of all-the Pailfuls, songs, arias and duets - width
will be sung at the concert this eveultsjj also, the mu
sic, arranged. for the piano-torte, otseverfil of the most
popelartuul beautiful saigs..
- 4E0.31. Trasortfornort.7lllo sing Of Wurtm
burg, Says the Coirrier de iaria, lived to very oltizeu-
Jule style et iffarrits, under the name of, the Vicomte'
de Teak. Ile bathed wittrtheuttier Where like -a coin.
tneninortal.' The' 'eouxualtunry of, pollee. whose duty it
ins to 'ascribe the nature ,of the bathers in hie book:*
Oxus filled up" the- blacks in 'lds printed register:
" Christian 'and surnanioi!' Count de reek; fiprofes,
'sion;"'Kini; " Whence coming," irstrtembyrg : "nio
bye, for trerelliag," Aral:lt - and pietist:re. - And he
mould, bare , ridded, had ho reached _our enlightened
land, "to buy a suit of clothes at the fashionable em
porium of Olittim; Albright, dc'C0.,1127 Chestnut street,
in Sayne's Nall: , r,
' Ax OVER:31011T, IY i'itE lt !lA:CIE.—The Presi
dent' derOteti aiuoh athle t in hie message, to the
finances, to the Claire oC sae, Utah, and other com
paratively unimportant anklet:la, and abaolutely fails to
say a single word concerning the merits of the gartneola
Baia at the ,Brown Stone (Nothing llail of Rochhill
Wilacin,'Noe. 603 and 603 Oheetuut street, above Sixth,
Tbo popular patronage bestowed upon this eatabliah
road waken it lndeliendeft of Official notice.
FANCY-ARTICLES FOR CHRISTMAS "PHREIENTR.-,
THUS of our reader* who are !oohing around for ouch
articles, would dome!l to heed the Udvertisement of Mr.
W. D. 0 i0131?, ' I /1 tapper oo!utun. - -
~Td! Old BOMAJou
]From the Charleston Courier.] • -
Virginia has 'horde this sobriquet almost from
time immemorial, We'havo 'hail the onriosity
to Wee or inquire into Itacrigin.. It. grew - out of
the loyaltY:erVirginia totiliarles I. and Charles
11., and bsit-refesal to reeoguise the proteetorate
of Cromwell. Dasing-thistreggle between Charles
I. mid the Parliament Virginia, underelirsWil
liatn- Berkeley, (ai(Gavarnor,) tireisoontaineel
20,000 inhabit/iota,. remained true to the Ring;
and the ooloniste,hy- - a - soloilin act,,declared "that
they - were.hotli - ander,- utenarehy, . and would
never degenerate from the condition of their birth
by belog minks:4A° any other Government." After
the‘unfortanate monarch had been beheaded she
.ackeowleilged the authority of the fugitive prince,
hellion, and actuallyeentinned.the Provincial Go•
vernmont ander - a , eouunisilion 'which the latter
sent from hie - retreatßreda to Sir William
Mom-ding bi -- Clarendon, Sir 'William
Berkeley Was so enured 'of,the loyalty of the ins,
habitants, and so impressed with confidence - of
ultimate success, that lie wrote to the young prince
" almost invitiog him'to America."' In cones
queue° of this open defiance of the power of,Per
liatuesits. an ordinance was passed- declaring the
refractory - (Monists notorious robbers and trailers,
prohibiting all intercourse with then,. either by
the people of England, the inhabitants of other
American colonies, or. foreign nations; and a fleet
was finally despatched, under Sir George Ayseue,
to reduce them to submieston by, force if they
should, refuse' to embrace the pules+ overtures
which acommiestoiamoompanying the expedition,
were authorized to-produce.
From_ Barbaditea, - Capt.. Apollo sent Capt
Dennis with a small equadron, to land his force
end drive Sir - William Berkeley' out' of Virginia;
as to whose proceedings, on the arrival of the
fleet within the' capes 'of Virginia, historians
widely differ. Beverley, Oldmixon, Burke; and
Graham assert that hei made a groat show of re
sistance with the mallets, who , constituted a
majority of the population assisted by the Dutch
ships in the harbor; but Barmen, citing oontem
porary authorities of, the liigheet value, -says that
no sooner had the Guinea frigate entered within
the watersrof the Chesapeake than, quoting from
Clarendon," all thoughts of resistance were laid
aside.",_ Bancroft further mentions, as oharaoteris.
tie of Virginians even at that early period, "that
they refused to Surrender to force, but yielded by a
voluntary deed and mutual compact." This deed
of surrender stipulated for a complete indemnity
as to all pastotfeneee, and that the colonists meg
lousing - the authority should be admitted into the
bosom of the English Commonwealth, and Mean
equal participation In all the privileges of the free
people of England; and particularly that the Pro
meld Assembly, should retain its wonted Rine
dons, and the colonists have as "free trade as the
people of England to anytime and all nations,
and be free from all taxes,
customs, and im
position's whatsoever, without the consent of their
Assembly;" thus early- Insisting on - the ptinel
pie that " taxation 'without representation is ty
ranny." Berkeley, a true and royal cavalier,
disdained to make anystipulation for himself with
those Whom ho regarded es usurpers; and without
leaving the colony. in March, 1652, witbdidw to a
retired situation, where, as a private Individual, Le
continued to be universally respected and,beloved,
biding his -time, until a eountor revolution in the
mother country shOuld summon - him once more to
defy the republican forces of England and restore
the aseendeney of royalty' in Virginia.
' In thetnterfal between 1652 and 1660 the -bur
gems - of - Virginia Weeded Itioluird
Bennett, Edetned Digge r atid Samuel ; Matthews to
the officio of Gureinor, under allegiance - to Oliver
Cromwell, sod' OW, his- death; in -1658,-to Is son,
Richard Cromwell. But On the death of Governor
Matthews, in MO, the *Pie, prompted by discon
tent, with certain commercial restrictions imposed
by the Protectorate, did not wait for 'a new com
mission, but elected Sir Wilitent Berkeley Govern
or, and by," an obligiag :violet - go compelled hiss
is accept the Goveentuent.i's Ife; however, refused
to ant under the steurpers, or to yield. to the - wishes
of the oolonista 'unless they would unite with Lim
to risking - life - and' fortune for the exiled King.
" This," exya:Beverleyin was their dearest wish
and, therefore, with a unanimous voice, they told
him tharivere ready to hazard all fur, the King.
This occurred before the -- Kieg's return to Eng
land, and was the' result of signal and unexam
pled- loyalty. 'Berkeley then acquiesced in the
choioe of the people, and assumed the helm band
thereuPon he forthwith "proclaimed Charles 11.
Ring of England, Scotland, Ireland, and 'Virgi
and caused all processes to be issued in the
royal name. Thus his _Majesty ems - actually king
in Virginia before ho was king In England;and
hence has Virginia ever since borne the title of
"The Otd Dominion." On the restoration of
Charles 11. to the throne of his firlooBl4ll, he sent
a new commies - ion to Sir WillianWeley, and
granted him permission to Visit E lle was
received by the king with ' kiridnees, nd tradition
narrated that the king, in compliment tothe co•
icily 'wore at his eOropallon - a robe made of silk
' The Maisachusette Bietorioal Society has in its
possession a coin having on one side "a head and
the words Georgina 111., Box," and the other side
a shield, on which are quartered the arms of Eng
land, Scotland, Ireland, and Virginia, the whole
surmounted by a crown, and ,encireled with the
words "Virginia, 1773.".- A similar °Mu wee dug
up, come years Biwa In irginia, when a descrip
tion of it was published apocryphally ascribing to
Charles II.; on his ascension to the throne, the
qi!arttring of the - coat of arms of Virginia as an
" dependent member ' f the Empire" with those
of Egland,' Scotland, and Ireland, In token of
gratitude for thei loyalty of the colony.
The loyalty of the Old Dominion, which once
had a -king for its source and object, is now, not
withstanding her ancient and stilt undiminished
devotion to "compact," and indeed in perfect
keeping therewith; transferred to the Union, in all
its hidglitheis, 'purity; and strength ; and
she Is _Mewed:to render her identification with the
Union yet' utiSTO oginpleto by accepting the gear:
dianship teethe nation's,hoinage of the Mecum of
America, the tomb et Washington.
An Easterd aditciinais that a Man got _WM
self into trouble by- hurrying two wives.
' A Western editor "replies - by 'winning hiS
contnporaTY that gned:many men in that
sachet:l have done the same thing by marrying
one., , •
A,Noriberdeditor retorts that guile a num
ber of WitiqUalutanees found trouble enough
by, barciftpromirieg yo marry ) without going
any furtheri t ,
A Southion.editor says that a friend of his
was bothered enough by simply being found in
company.WittintiOther man's wife.
• A youth of our" minis n mice thus expert
mented on his mammitovlio *as making bread,
a few days since o : ,
"Mother, it strikes'reltinn.ere very la2y
gi How dare you tiairaciff-WitY, don't you
see I aninialting bread?? ladigriantly returned
Trno,but that's neither morn nor 101athan
loafing:" - . • S
'"The neincire •hot -cakes for sev - ertit
days...llo,mairds, no such puns since:
iroinan Is less lodep,endent than - An
many respects , and requires to exercise tnoro
deliheridlon and 'caution. Moreover, she had
not flak initiative. - It is easy fora man to,de.
010; and , oller-rbeir levee 1 kat. it4eman
may love -without bope : of i an okor;
vie~f , ,lehoasesl propnsesi:Aben 'roman-
;Aintipid follow s &flog seonin a singular attl
_down mith. his head be!meen
biß joke the reason; 4o whlofi tie
replied ttaybikwfugo(Lto Ben hOlyvain at:
0 0 , 1 040110 hOl4 100$ 1 V "
rtod for The Pr
4eported for The prem.) • -
LONDON—Ravine Achilles, koeddin r -210 tone chalk
104 pkgs tide, V Lonnli; 746 Potters 4 Weightman; 469
Dellea - 4 0000; II Cohen 00;'22 'Roesugarten &
SOU; 49 db 91 pleas seed It Landreth & Bon; 7 seeks do
P UcKonelep 7 do mdsoll Whattnan & Co; 16 pkgs do J
X Bulger, 1 Ito toys .12 DIME 2 do cocoa fibre W P
Taunton; 8 do teed R Bata; 1 lioas, Spangler 4 00;.1
.pkg nide° .7 0 Orubb & Co; 200 kegs 110 balm, do 60
csA's porter, order.
SAILING OF THE OCEAN STEAMERS.
FllOll THE UNITED STATES.
STRAISRE FROM POD DAY
America . .Dostou Liverpool. Dee le
New York slew York ' 068gow Deo 23
vadat IND DAY
New York ' Glaagow Now York Nov 18
Nurops Liverpool Boeton' Nov 2$
Fla" The California Mall Steamers sail from New York
on the 6th and 20th of each month.
irr The Havana stemma leave New York on the 2d,
7% 12th, 17th and 27th of each month, and Charleston,
S. 0., on the 4th and 10th. -
- LETTER ERRS
At she Merchants , Exchange, Philadelphia.
Ship II B Mildemy, Webb London, soon
Ship Philadelphia, ' Pool Liverpool; socn
PIIILADELPRIA BOARD OE TRADE.
Boer - Aan A. Boansn,
DI. RABIN, (Comma Ol VII MOST'
Nswoown B. TuobaßOw,
PORT OF PHILADELPHIA, Dec. 10, 1837.
BUN RUES 72i-BON SETS
. . .
Barque Achilles, Spadin i 90 days from London, with
soda, to Thos Richardson & Co.
Behr Mary Cottingham, S days from Deep
Crock, with lumber to captain.
Behr Lucy, !dirndls, I day from Brandywine, with
Hour and meal to Robeson Lea.
Behr New deraey;Tonslinson. I day from Frederica,
Dal, with wheat to Jaime Barratt & Bon.
Bohr Jan 11 Stroup, Corson, 0 days from Wston, wills
mdso to captain.
Bohr Reaper, Still, 2 dap from Milford, Dal, with
grain to I IL FdeCellay.
Bohr Geu Taylor, Sipple, 2 days from Milford, Del,
with grain to dlf McColley.
Bchr Mechanic, Ilendrickatm, 2 darn from Odessa,
Del, with grain to Bewley, Wilson &. Co.
Behr .woe George, Jackaon,l day from Smyrna, Del,
with oats to Bewley, Wilson & Co.
Bohr Victory, Chambers, 2 days from Loren, Del,
with port' to Bewley, Wilson & Co.
Brig New Bra, Walker, Citiguegon, B S. W
Brig Delaware, Meld, Kay Wed sad Tpura, W T
Behr Brancos Ebner, Smith, New Raven, Tyler, Stone
Behr II II (Maori, Crockor,.Now Loudon, Maki:Arm
Cox & Co.
Str Sophia Ely, New York, 19 AI Baird & Co.
Melt Willing, Clayool°, Baltimore, A Groves, Jr.
111 T TELMORAPIL.I
(Correspondence of the Philadelphia Exchange.)
CAPE ISLAND, Dec 9, 3 50 P lit
Nothing eau be discerned ut2oo yalde diatance, owing
to the prevalence of a dense fog, accompanied with rain.
Yount, &a., TJIOB. E. 111:10HEd.
(Correspondence of The Press 1
HAVOC DE GRAOII, Dec. 9
Three boats loft here this inernieg, laden and coo
eigued as follows:
oac J Curtin, bar Iron to Oaboon do Co; nyder Ally,
pig iron to Wilmington, Del; Wm Ate Donkey, anthracite
cal to Delaware City.
Statmithip Kangaroo, Jeffrey, for Liverpool, cleared at
New York yesterday.
Ship Arcole Pitman, for New York, wagat Palermo
13th ult, loading.
Ship Harvest Masan, Horton from Callao, at Queens.
town %Eh ult, and sailed for Liverpool.
Ship Chaos, Dunbar, hence, via Brunswick, Go, was
going up the English Channel 25th tilt,
Ship Oteau Steed, Cunningham, from Calcutta for
Dieppe, at Portsmouth, Bug, 24th ult.
Shop Finland, Post, for Liverpool, remained at Apa
lachicola 2811 ult, loading.
Ship Finland, Pout, for Liverpool, remained at Apa
lachicola 28th ult, loading.
Barque Thu Allibono, Thompson, for Boston, cleared
at New Orleans lat loot
Barque Ami Elizabeth, Norgrave, for New Orleans
ocion, was at Messina 13th ult.
Barquo Belle, Ryder, for Philadelphia, salted from
Boston Bth tort.
Marque B Cohen, Burgess, remained at Gibraltar 18th
Barque ldary 11 Kendall, Brock, cleared at Charleston
Bth lot. for Philadelphia, with 70 bales upland cotton,
20 tea rice, 42 bales waste, 200 sacks Gee dour, '2 kegs
and 7 boxes type.
Barque Daniel Webster, Ryder, cleared at Boston Bth
loot. for Baltimore.
Brig Canton, Crowell, from Jactnel, arrived at Poston
Brig Black Squall, Jackson, hence et St Jago de Cuba
Schr George G Baker, hence, arrived at Richmond
Sam Maraca E Bell, Clark, cleared at St Jago 14th
ult. for Ouantenamo, to load for Baltimore.
Bebe 4 11 Austin, May, hence at Washington, DO, 811,
Bohr E Cheater, Brown, from Delaware City, at. New
Bedford 7th inst.
Schr Mary Ann, Glenn, hence, arrived at Norfolk 7th
Schra Courier, Sears,• S P Lamed, Frambes, and Eva
Dell, Tilton, hence at Boston Bth lust.
Odor Pequonnock, Burroughs, cleared at Boston Bth
inst. for Philadelphia.
&lira J S Ifewitt , Boss, and Courier. Sears hence at
Boston Bth lost.
Schr Pequonnock, Burroughs, cleared at Boston Bth
int, for for Philadelphia.
Schr Mandate Chester, Brower, at New Bedford 7th
snot from Delaware Catv.
2,hr Old Zack, Coronae, cleared at Baltimore Bth
Inst. for Philadelphia.
Schr E .1 Pickup, Pickup, cleared at New York Bth
teat, for Philadelphia.
Selina Breese, Dickinson; W A 'lmmoral, Cain; S A
Itammund, Paine; Silver Magnet, Perry; Smith Tuttle,
Mayo;. N B Thompson, Barnes; J II Howell, Rosa; Al.
guitar, Long, cad Roxbury, Brown, hone° at Boston Silo
Seim Elizabeth, ()molest, for this port or Oalale, ac.
cording to wind, sailed from Fall River 6th lust, and
was at Newport 7th.
Schrs Martha Wrightington, Wrightington, from Now
Bedford fer Philadelphia; J P Bout, from Salem for do;
and Deborah Jones, Winsmore, from Boston for Wil
mington, Del, at Newport 6th hist, and remained next
Solna F Herbert, Mayo, from Boston, and 0 A Stet
non, Cobb, from Provincetown for Philadelphia, arrived
at Now York yesterday.
Schr D G Floyd, Beckett, hence for New Bedford, at
Now York yostenlay.
Seine Selena Helen, Julia Smith, Chas Parker, Lu
ther Child, and J Thompson, hence for Boston, arrived
at New York yesterday.
ropeller .141113 Milan, Robinson, cleared at New York
yesterday for Philadelphia.
Ar at Callao Oct 23, barque Victor, Holmes, supposed
from Mocha hlanda. Sailed 21.1, ships Western Chief,
Dyer, Hoglund; 27th, Standish, Gardner, and Pavorito,
Crowell, France; Golden Horn, Cox, Chinas Islands:
Win Singer, Feeley, England.
Dag Octavio, previously reported lost on the reef
coming out of Port au Mt Bth tilt, was bound to Ma. -
Taunts to load. no errs good brig of 219 tons, built
at Ellaworth in 1884, and fa probdbly Insured iu Portland.
Brig Etewando, from New listen for Earnadora, ashore
on Saybrook bar, was removed from her position by the
storm of Sunday, and now lies in a much niece adroit•
lagoons situation for hauling oil. A steam pump has
been coat fur, and It was hoped that she would yet be
saved if no unfavorable weather occurs.
let Inst. lat 3d 30, long 63, ship Juniata, of Baltimore,
Bid from Dantzio 18th ultothip Burlington, White,
Sid from Buono! Ayrea Oct t, Brom brig Hesperia,
Hoes cop, New York.
Ar et Montevideo previous to Oct 12, Lerwick Liuda
Stewart, Sterling, Ualtintore Au 2i New Light, 81peigh le,
do Aug 10;
Vaned liibraltar 21 ult, barque Sultana, 'Watson, front
Smyrna for New York.
Sid from Cardiff 19th ult, ship llarraseokot, Talbot,
fibt Deno Liverpool 24th ult, barque() Ifeddla Brown,
Clenoai brig Lion, Perry, Demerara
At Orho Rios, Jamaica, 9th ult, Behr Caroline Grout,
Shute, from Kiugotou, Jam, for New York in 7 days—
Ar at St logo de Cuba previous to 22d nit, brig Deme
rara Flye, Bangor, and sailed for Trinidad with her In
At Quantsumno 12th ult, brigs Mouseratto, McDonald,
and Gen Worth, —, unc.
At Cienfuegos 28th ult, barque Lysander, Moore, for
Bremen next day.
Sid from Mamma 25th nit, ram Mary Eddy, Lewis,
At Cardenas 28th ult, brig Fanny 0 Field, Harriman,
6r —, la ballast, soon, seeking freight.
NOTICE TO MARINERS
The Croee Ledge Light Ship, (Delaware Day) will be
'removed from her. station nor the winter season, on or
about the 20th loot.
By . order of the Lighthouse Board.
EDWARD Id YARD,
„ - Lighthouse Inspector.
Philadelphia, Dec. e1b,1857. *44
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Hiram Barney, N Y Chas J Hyde, N Y
IV 0 Gamball, N Y T W Josaup, N Y
W lt•Whittier & la, Ile. 8 Harts & la, Boston
• verhill Joe T Ilarto, Boston
T Bronson, Winchester 1 0 A Hoy, U 8 A
Mr Eldridgo, N Y
MERCHANTS' HOTEL—Yourth street, below Arch.
.1 Herzog, Lancaster It Berton, Ohio
A 11 Ecker, Pa J T Mussehuan, Ind
J Holloway, Ohio David Thomas, Pa
J Borg, N Y W Dodou, Pa
Win Payth, N Y Chas Nash, Ps.
Hon O P Steel, Pa P D Davis, N Y
P P Hyatt, N Y Win Bradley, Meriden
N L Bradley, Meriden 8 II Iritaekln and lady, NY
AMERICAN HOTEL—Ohestuut street, above Pifth.
Jne It Waterman & la, Ohio Miss ME Waterman, Ohio
It E Waterman, Ohio 0 J William', Baltimore
It 0 Redman, Baltimore L B Newkirk, New York
Chas S Newkirk, Now York W Solomon, Boston
Etlw L Silliruan, Pottsville J . II Waters, Virginia
S 0 Kenney, Virginia Thos Street, Baltimore
Thos Cono , Baltimore L N Nowkirk, Washington
P S Oarbart, New York A A Kirkland & la, Balt
Miss Simpson, Maryland Jos 8 Sanford, Now York
W 11 Reed & la, N Brunswik L L Livingston, Baltinwro
John llutriphreys, Baltimore Ilorace Smith, Corm
IV D Ward, Now York Jan M Ihissoll, Boston
nary Thomas & la, Mace Miss A E Thomas, Mass
EA L Roberts, Now York John 11 Bemis, Boston
J McClellan, Ky D Nowistull, Boston
J A Cotton, N Y C J Dougherty. Del
UNION HOTEL—Arch street, below Fourth.
David Claris, Easton J Beck, Easton
I) It Bender, Pottsville V B Koons, Pottsville
J E Hoch, klilloreburg, 0 J Bracken, La Orange, 0
.1 ROLM!, Freeport, 11l John Rodman, Ind
C F Chandler, Ind DJ 8 Mathiesou, Pottsville
J IL Preston, Boston A ft Northrup, N Y
E II England, Williamsport I) Ashton and lady, Fiala
NATIONAL lIOTEL—Ittee street, elm Third.
A J Runyan, Ashland L DrabJt, N Y
Tll Allan & In, Canton J PRowley,Northampt i n co
II Ii Itarlounatr, Laport, Pa S Ertuanttout, Rending
Wm Rhoads, Sr, Reading II A Bon, Reading
NJ Readier, Pottsville Win Miller, Catacanqua
I. Miller, Northampton co W Elector, Mauch Chunk
Oeo W Morgan, Pottsville II 0 Harper, Pottsville
.1 N Anderson, Reading Jot. Whitaker, hit Clair
D Wilcox, Canton, Pa E T Ellrich, Pottsville
E D Mita:itch, Lancaster co
STATES UNlON—Market street. above Sixth.
C Ed wards D 0 A J Fifa), Jersey City
Alain Black, Juniata co, Pa Daniel Gordon, Delaware
T Getting, Delaware 0 W lloffman, Pittsburgh
Alex D Boggs, P It It J T Jackson, 'Reading.
(leo II Dickson, Delaware N McDonald, Columbia
II Sooryel, Pittsburgh P A AM, Newvillo, Pa
MIER Mil, Newvllle, Pal John It Death, Now Jersey
MADISON lIOUSE-Becou4 street, Above Market.
G A Ames, Cin, 0 J W Mall, Delaware
Gee Gregory, Pa S E Good, Pa
Robt N Smith, N Y David 11 John, NY
W Coulter, Delu.v,are P Calhoon, Delaware
J D Kinney, Delaware S W Laley, Delaware
Edwin Booboo, Connecticut A V Russell, Lancaster
S Nightingale, Doylestown Henry AI Johnston, N Y
J P Idonagan, Detroit
BLACK RDAR lIOTEL.—Third street, ab. Callowhill
D Bitsholza, Suloneytown A Buckman, Veasterville
Cierling, Amity Wm Heins. Berke co, Pa
Geo Kline, Earlthlo J B Wagenhorat, Pa
Eli Schlegel, Pa
BARLEY BLIEAP—Second, below Vine street.
T P Hervey, Doyieetowu J Fell, Mechanicsville
O D liroilhes,Lßralhenitsv'o (I Miller, lirodhesdavillo
Whi large, Doylestown Joeso Heaton, Newtown
Philip Rambla, Trenton
REACH DEAR INN —Fifth and Merchant streets.
JaaJ Philips, Phoenixville Mrs M Priest, Cheater co
Miss 8 Turton, Cheater co Jll Demote, Md
John Fleming, Del co James C Caw, Pa
Den R Clark, Pottstown Clt Palmer, Del city
Wl3 Spear, Wilm , ton, Del Oliver Emery, Pa
Robt Lyale, Cheater co F W lifesteller Jr la, Pa
Jos 7 , shoemaker, Chester
BALD EAGLE HOTEL—Third street, Rby. CaliowLlll
Jesse Mart, Betlitelnun Chas Ritter, Rittersville
Miss Pasco, Easton
Furs.—Josepli Rosenbaum's Furs are cele•
Mated for cheapness, style, and quality. Store 416 Arch
street, between Poarth and Fifth. N 11.—Fura altered
into fashionable styles. We study to please. dot-I,n
An Important Fact.---We now 'see It an
nounced that tho extensive Wholesale Clothing Deal
ers, STRAUSS & GOLDMAN, No. aao MARKET St ,
above Third, have commenced to Retail their entire
stock at Wholesale prices.
'Ai - rappers! Wrappers! Wrappers !--A very
large and elegant assortment, wholesale and retail, at
reduced prices. Also, One Rusts, Drees Stocks, and all
kinds of Furnishing Goods for Gentlemen, at W. W
Kamm% 612 Arch street, above Sixth. ntiaUlro
Mates: Skates: Skates!—Oar readers will
find the largest and most complete assortment of this
sinter luxury, and at the lowest prices, at W. W.
KNIGIIIT'fI, No. MI Market street, opposite Decatur
Saving Fund.—National !Safety Trust Co.,
Office, WALNUT Street, S. W. corner of THIRD.
ARRANGEMENTS FOR BUSINESS DURING THE
SUSPENSION OF SPECIE PAYMENTS BY THE
I. Deposits received and payments made daily.
2. Current Bank Notes, Chocks, and Specie will be
received on deposit.
S. Deposits made In Bank Notes or Clunks will be
paid back in Current Bank Notes.
4. Deposita made in Gold or Silver will be paid back
Interest Fain PER Cour. per annum. n 025
Checks, Notes, Drifts, Bills Lading, Bill Heads, Oir•
enters, Cards, and all other kinds of Job Printing, at
prices to suit the times. oo17•Iy
For Perfumed Breath, White Teeth, and
Beautiful complexion, use Balm of 1,000 Flowers."
For &main Ladies' hair, use "Woodland Cream, a
new Pountaks , It curls Gentlemen's hair beautifully.
W. P. Firrawas & Co., Proprietors, N. Y
For sale 1 y T. B. Peterson, 808 Chestnut; Samuel
Riues, Twelfth and Obeetnut ; A. B. Durand, 718 Chest-
nut , T. U Peters & Co., 718 Chestnut; U. U. Evans,
Uift Book•etore, 439 Chestnut; 0. 8. Hubbell, 1410
Oheatuut ; French, Richards, & Co., Tenth awl Mar
ket; A. B. Taylor, Ninth awl Walnut; Br Morrison,
Seventeenth and Chestnut; J. W. Slims & Sous,
Eightoeuth and Twenty-Second and Market; Edward
Christniann, 702, Chestnut; Thomas Lancaster, corner
Eleventh and Walnut.
Cabinet Ware and
624 WALNUT ST,
OPPOBITE INDEPENDENCE SQUARE.
OEO. J. 'FERREL'S,
524 WALNUT Street,
0"22.8m Late or 178 Chestnut Street
Rank of Pennsylvania Notice.•• Note■ of this
Bank taken at i.sr for a Wholesale Block of Clothing,
now being soli at Retail
No. 1 North FIFTII street
Bank of Pennsylvania Notes taken at par for
Vetches and Jewelry, at lowest prices.
324 Chestnut street, below Fourth.
Lovers of Coffee cannot realise the full value of their
favorite beverage without having It made in the Old
Comiulon Coffee Pot.
DURNIIAII, at GILROY,
117 and 119 South TENTH, cor. of George,
d9-8m Bole Man ufacturors
S. C. Downld, Commission Buslness in Com.
inercial paper and negotiations or tons, be viimiuT
oppoeite the Y.:change, Philadelphia. nolo-tor
Dower , ' Infant Cordlnl.•..Tbie Invaluable
OordJai is prepared from a variety of the meet choice and
efficient aromatics. known In medicine, and is the most
perfect and reliable carminative extant for Infanta and
Ily its powerful Infirmness a speedy cure is effected In
all oust of Oho lie, windy pains and spasms. Relieves
and mitigates much of children's suffering during denti
tion or teething, and by its soothing properties Iran
genteel pains of the bowels, loosenen, vomiting, &.o.
The Infant Cordial has become a standard remedy,
and has been used in thousands of cases with the most
abundant enceinte. No family should be without it.
Prepared only by rims A. Dopes,
At his Drug and Chemical Store,
tomer of Sixth and Green ata., Philadelphia.
To whom all orders mutt be addressed. And for sale
by Druggists generally. au 18-ly
Seamen's Saving Fund—Office 003 Walnut
street, one door west of second street. Becalm de
posits in aurae of One Pedlar and upwards, from all
elasses of the community, and allows interest at the rata
of fire per cont. per annum.
Office open daily, from 0 until 6 o'clock, and on Mon
day sod Saturday until 9 in the evening. Pleeldent
Yranklin Fell; Treasurer end Secretary, Charles M.
Bank Notes of the
BY WM. H. RICHARDSON, .
noll-laa No. MS MARKET BURET
On the 20th of November, by Env, Hugh McLaughlin,
Mr. ANDREW J. lIAGUE to Mina ELIZABETH A.
HUNTER. all of this city.
On the Bth Inst.. by Rev. Abel 0. Thomas, Mr. MA
THEW 0. VOLLMER to Miss SARAH ANN ELIZA
BETH, second daughter of Frederick and Catherine
Simon, all of title city.
On Monday orentng laat, Sergeant JOSEPH L. PAR
KER, in the 38th year of Ida age.
On tho 7th tact „JOHN FRANCIS CONSTANTINE,
In the 71st year of hie age.
On the 7th host., Mr. OEOROE W. MASON, In tho
83d year of his ago.
Ou the 7th Inst., Mre. MARY ANN LEVICK, trlfe of
Jobo O. Levi*, la tl)e 210 sear of bee age.
THE PRESS.-- , PHILADELPHIA; THURSDAY. DECEMBER 10; 1857:
Mr' CARD, The BOARD OF HEALTH
deem it expedient in Justice to themselves, on account
of a etatement purporting to be a "correct copy" of evi
dence taken before a Committee of Councils, consisting
of Messrs. lialdetnau, Williams, Member, Day) and
McKay, to make the following etatement?
The evidence as given by individual members of the
Board, before the "Inquisition of Five," has, in many
Inatome, been perverted explanations were made, the
minutes of the Board produced, and any assleance prof
fered 'which might be requirgd to allow any and all the
transactions In their true lipt; but it appears , Ithe.t"
wax cot exactly the matter which was required; sem
secret motive appeared to govern the Committee of
Counells; and whether It was because a relative of Oho
of the membera of this Committee had been displaced
by the present Board from a position which he hold un
der the old, no are at a loss to conclude, and therefore
leave it to the public to decide In relation to that
packet/he report which nye, "That the late Clerk,
orMit, bad paid certain Lille which had been destroy
ed;" true same bills were in the bomb; of the Commit
tee, and now, we presume, In possession of the Con
troller. Why not give the whole evidence in relation
to that transaction, unless it was to leave a stigma
where there was no foundation?
*The public are aware that, owing to the formation of
Quarantine and BanitaryLawe ft is incumbent upon the
members to meet daily atl2 o'clock, 11., to transact any
business that ally be brought before than, either sani
tary or quarantine; Its moutons usually occupy one,
two, or three bourn; the different committees are re
quired to attend to the business appertaining to their
respective places, on the same afternoon, and report to
the Board at its next meeting. The members have
always, long before Consolidation, been allowed a din
ner, which to known by almost every ono, and was no
secret; they are required to visit all nuisances, amidst
dirt, filth, and diseases of every and ail descriptlorta,
whether contagious or not, as the cue may be.
Thu late clerk. (Garbutt.) iu his evidence, has stated
that the -Board had ordered hits to keep his books In
such a manner that no ono but himself could understand
them • that certainly exists only In the mind of him
who uttered it, although he has more than Aridly fel
hared his own Inclinations, as it is very doubtful
whether leo himself can understand bin own aritbmetio.
Tito Quarautlno Convention and Banquet upon which
en much stress le laid, was known by Councils and
others In authority long before it took place. No at.
tempt was made to disguise the matter. Cu the CO.
trnry, publication was made In the newspapore of the
day, and the Board was at that time lauded by Nome of
those who aro now trying to cast opprobrium upon int.
Tho objecta of that Convention have been so ably com
mented upon that It is useless to multiply wonls. Gen
tlemen of talent and experience, from all the largo
commercial cities In the Union, were assembled for
one common purposo, which was, that Ifealth should be
protected, and the wheels of commerce impeded as little
as possible, basing a due regard to the lives of those
living In cities who are in daily intercourse with Ma
taut sickly climates. Could the Board do lean than
proffer tho hospitalities of the oily to those who had
visited na from Maine to Louisiana for the above put.
pose, and with no other consideration than the good of
all? True, with the limited means at their command
the Board could not aek Councils to be present at the
entertainment; butdcsiring that the City of PhiladeL
phis should be represented upon the occasion, the
Mayor and the Presidents of Select and Common Coun
rile some invited to be present, and his Honor, the
Mayor, presided at the banquet.
We could point to largo outlays of money expended
by Councils upon public occasions, vls , g The
Kano Ceremonies." It mny be said Lo deserved It
.etl, but we ask whether the interests and welfare of
the living 811011111 not be consulted, as well as the Mu.
The Board was given to understand by members of
Councils that an appropriation would be given to pay
the expenses of the Convention. It was asked of them
and no notice taken at the communication; it
WAS also understood that the Board of Trade and othero
In regard to the duties of the Lazaretto Committee,
they are required by law to visit the Lazaretto from
time to time, particularl daring quarantine season. It
is distant from the city (woke or tourteen miles. Is it
to be expected they will giro their time and attention,
and (hid themselves Arid fu relation to some of the
blue before the Committee, vouchers were shown that
they were correct, viz • for board of patients and nurses
at the Lazaretto, for the mouths of Jerre and July. Wiry
such wart not mentioned In the report we can only con
jecture. Borne of the members of the Committee of
Councils hove visited the Lazaretto ' and partaken of the
hospitalities of the Hoard, and found no fault with it at
the time; others ageirt have expressed a desire to vlalt
It, but the limited means which the Board bare at their
contented prevented thorn from giving an Invitation.
rjThe bill@ of the City Hospital, at drat sight by the
Inquisition Committee, were also thought to bo he
gira;" but, upon examination ' it was shown that the
money was due, and paid the Matron for board of pa
tients, nurser', and servants at the Hospital. Her re
ceipts were shown them, and yet the report wag le much
mystified that It appeared It wee all for banquets, femur,
riding abort, Sec. The bills worn made out as they
were, in coneequence of Counciin conipolling Drill and
other Departurente to itemize the different items of appro
priation, which cannot with any acenterey be calculate.]
upon. For instance, who can toll the amount that will
be required next year for the board of patients at the
lloapitall Can any one of the Committee of Councils'
armorer how much Small pox,Scarlatina,Ship, Typhoid,
or Yellow Fever will be soot to the Devito' ? 801410 of
tire items may be expended and run out; we ark for
transfers, and are told that it cannot be deco, although
there may be abundant wearer In another item, which
has ['mealy been touched. The Committee wall told
this; but it did not suit the purpose of some of the Com
mittee, and thua nutters wore again mystified.
In relation to the lot at limed and Prune, the Board
hat only to ray that, for a number of years, It ban been
the source of great annoyance ' both to the citizens In
the vicinity and to this Board. Comniunications are
upon file complaining of the culeance arising from dead
horses, dogs, cats, and huge which were daily thrown
into it. The Miller of the lot has time and again been
notified to remove the nuisance, by filling up, or other
wine, prior to the time of the contract tieing made.
The owners were notified to remove tire nuisance; the
legal and timely notice Nile &Olt, but no attention was
given to it. The contract was entered Into with Kano
k Schaffer, by Janice W. T. MoAllieter and the District
Committee having it In charge, and their action con
armed by a majority vote of the Board. 'Evidence wan
given that the lot in question would not bring $lO,OlO.
Singular that a lot nearly three squares in length and
over one square in depth in trot worth $20,000. query :
Would not sours of the Chifinnitioe be willing to give
double or treble the amount for it I
In conclusion, the Board would state, that lo the evi
denco giveu before the Committee, explanations ware
made which appeared to satisfy thom—and why such
explanations did not appear in the report, Is difficult to
underatood. unless it be that it was the desire of the
Committee to cast all thu opprobrium possible upon the
Board of Health in order that the present one be broken
up, and positions farmed out either to friends or rola
• • •
tires. We mould ask whether the memo people mite
elect the ruenthero of Council!' aro not am fully capable
of judging tie merits of those who shall bo Health OM
core, as well am the Councils? We would eck whether
some of the Councils themselves have not boon weighed
in the balance and found wanting? It to the Intention
of the Board boreal ter to review theevidence at length.
Ay order of the Board of
de10•It IVAL 11. RANDALL, Clerk.
....., - 0111re of the Commonwealth luarirunce
COMPANY OF THE STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA
Pursuant to the requirements°, the charter of the Com
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. corner of FOSSES!! and WALNUT, on DIONDAY,
January 4th, 1868, between the boon of Mend 2 o'clock
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iIEVENTH WARD RELIEF ASSOCIA
-3 TION.--lo accordance with the resolutions adopt
ed at a meeting of citizens of the Seventh Ward, the
01licera of the SEVENTII WARD itEt.ixr ASSOCIA
TION viz: Ron OSWALD THOMPSON, Peet:Went,
W. D. LEWIS and WM PARKER FOULKE, .qe ‘ ta.,
Vice Preside:de; and JOHN SAMUL'L, Socrutary, met
and appointed the following gentlemen to be the (Nue
ral Executive Committee at the Ammolotion :
Itiret Plociuct,—W J P White, Nu. 107 south Niuth
street; Jamul.). hand, No BA, Piot) otrrot,
9 oc.nd Product—Samuel 4. Aehmad, No 410 south
Elevouth street ; llonry t. Slneon, No, 0 flonry at
Thlrl Precinct—Thomas Neilson, Nu. 1125 S. Twol(th
.root; George Ininsu Riche, No. 130 Pine street.
Fourth Procinut —David Watt, No 146 south Fifteenth
street; Robert lt. Scott, No. 308 south tiixteouth .trout
Fifth Pioetilet —William Budd, No. 1117 Pine street
John If. Diehl, No 1728 Pine stree t ,
Sixth Precinct—Cherie?' Ryan. No 1001 Lombard at. ;
Joseph McJkn nx, No. 30.1.01,olubftra street.
&Tenth Precinct—Mary 0. Fox, Tweutyxeeond,
above Routh ; ()liarlex W9lllame, Pino, wed Or Twen
Eighth Precinct—Levi Lingo, Lombard, west of
Twenty-third; Thomas Shuw, South and Death streets
The Committee Is now organised by the election of
John H. Web', Chairmen; Samuel Ashinead, Tres.
sorer; John Samuel, Secretary; and 10 prepared to at•
tend to all applications for relief, and to receive, through
any of Its lumbers, subscriptions and contributions In
mousy, provisions and goods.
A Store house has been established on the seat side
of SIXTEENTH Street, below Lombard, southeast col.
oar of Sixteenth and Carver streets, where all contri
butions of stares, provisions, and material may be 14011 t.
By order of Executive Committee.
JOHN 11. DIEHL,
Chairman Hon. Ex. emmlttee.
- • . . .
J011:1 SANCEL, Secretary delhBtetel
EADQUARTERS SECOND BRIGADE,
11 FIRST DIVISION P. V.—Di:mown 7th, 1857,
NOTICE,—Upon application to the Penes,lmola,
Lancaster, and Harrisburg Railroad Companies, for the
conveyance of troupe to Harrisburg on the occasion of
the inaugui Mimi of the Winner elect, the sold coin.
ponies have agreed to lame Excursion Tickets to the
troops at ONE DOLLAR, (fifty cents each way.) The
volunteers of the First and other 'Divisions are hereby
invited to participate in the excursion. In order that
suitable arrangements may be made, all who deslie to
participate will report at the earliest possible date to
TIfOMAS F. BETTEN, Brigade Major directed to the
northeast tenni. of Oallowhill and fifth sheets.
JOHN D. MILK%
Brigadier a eactra) 2d Brigade let Blyislon P. V.
Ti.loo, P. ar, TUN, Drllo4la plajor. 4010.11$
VA MA 110 DUANE Street,
I E. CALDWELL Sc 00.,
• 432 OIISSTNIST Street,
Nave received, per steamers, new styles
Jewelry, Ohatelaths, Vest Mains.
Splendid Fans, Nair Pine.
Fruit St. Sugar Baskets,.
Jet Goods and Flower Vases.
Coral, Lava and MOl3lOO Sets.
We Agents in Philadelphia for the sale of Charles
Frodshatuis LONDON TIBIE-KESPERS. 5010
nISSOLUTION OF CO-PARTNERSHIP.
../Ler —The ao•portnere6tp heretofore existing between
the undersigned, under the firm of Lawrence, stone, ch
CO , in Renton, New York, and Philadelphia, is thin day
dissolved. Signed, HAIIIIIEL LAWRENCE,
WAI W. STONE,
HENRY T. JENKINS,
0. It. PERRY.
DOc. I.t, 1567
William W. Stone end Henry T. Jenkins will con.
time the Commission Business at No. 41 Broadway, In
the city of New York, under the firm at Stone & Jen
heretofore existing ae BAKER & WILLIAMS le
S DAY dleeolvod by mutual convent. The builueea
will 'ho continued at the old steed, 1132 MARKET St.,
by CHARLES WILLIAMS, who Is authorised to collect
and pay all debts of the late firm.
PErElt W. DAHER,
Deo. 1,1857. CHARLES WILLIADIS.
The underaigged would inform the public), that Laying
bought out Mr. P. 19. Baker. his late partner, he will
continue the HEATING and VENTILATING business
at the old Mand,ll3l lAILKEIT fittest, where will bo
found a full assortment of Ranges, Heaters, Ventilator',
Bath Boilers, he., and hopes, by strict at
tention to business, to merit a share of the patronage
of the public).
/TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
_ firm of REISS BROTHERS & CO., heretofore ex
laflux In Now York and Philadelphia, la We day EIS
POLY.ED by mutual catmint, and that the businese of
the firm will only he carried on for tho purpose of /I
MAO REIS 8
NM YORK, BOSTON, AND
II ought and gala by
P. BRADY & CO. Bankerd,
125 South THIRD Street,
opposite the airatA Beek
A MERIOAN GOLD
NEW YORK .EXCISANON
AT RIMIEST CURRENT RATES,
CRON INK A CO.,
no2l.dtf 40 SOUTH THIRD ST
, CAMBLOS, & CO., '
No. 3 South Third Street.
The highest premium paid for
NEW YORK RXOTIANON.
Uncurrent Funds bought and sold.
Btooka bought and sold on commission only. uolo.2m*
1.1 W. TINGLEY & CO., BANKERS
-Jur. No. sr South THIRD Street, Philadelphia.
COLLECTIONS promptly made ou all accessible points
to the Uutted States and Canada.
Stooks, Bowls, & 0., Bought Sod Bold on Commission.
Uneurrent Bank Not4e, Checks, ho., bought at On
Depuite received and Interact allowed, ea per agree
went. nor 2.0 m
itiourauct Compaiii ca.
U.REAT WESTERN INSURANCE AND
TRUST COMPANY—Ottico, 403 WALNUT, Corner
of FOURTH Street FIRE, MARINE awl INLAND
INSURANCE at the lowest rates.
PHILADELPHIA, November 23, 1867.
At a meeting of the Stockholders of this Company,
held on the 10th twit , the following para.s wows
elected Directors fur thi coming year, vle
CHARLES 0. LATHROP, 1423 Walnut street.
WM. DARLING, 1510 Plue 'Greet.
ALEX. WHILLDEN, merchant, 18 North Front at.
ISAAC lIAZLEHURST, Attorney and COUtigellor.
JOHN 0. HUNTER, of Wright, Hunter k Co.
E. TRACY, of E. Tracy A Co., Goldsmiths' Hall.
JOHN R. IiVOCRDY of Jones, White, & DUCurdy.
THOS. 1,. GILLESPIE, of Gillespie &
JAS. 11. SMITH, of Jas. 11. Smith & Co.
E. HARPER JEFFRIES, of Win. 11. Brown di Co.
JOHN It. VOODES, cor. Seventh and Sentient streets.
CHAS. E. TIIOMI'SON, 413 Chestnut street.
.150. J. SLOCUM, 224 South Third atroot.
ALFRED TAYLOR, since Cairo City Property.
And at a meeting of the Directors, held this day,
CHARLES C LATHROP war unanimously re-elected
Prealdent, and WM. DA RUNG, Vice•Preselant.
11. K. RICHARDSON,
aIRAItI) FIRE AN
'UII ANON COMPANY, PU
1412 WALNUT strnet, west o
" VAS XISKS
1) MARINB INSUR
' , NMI TARIM."
A. 8. 0111ett,
Pmul. /oilers, M. D.
Joseph Klapp, M. D.
Wm. M. Swain,
Jobp Annuli, Jr.,
H. N Burroughs,
J. B. Hughes,
Y. D. Sherman,
Wm, P. Hacker,
J. P. Steiner,
H, A. Shackelford,
I. W. WOODWARD,
/PIM B. ktvosn,NLAlß;
, Vice President.
OMAIONWEALTII FIRE INSURANCE
OV-TSIE STATI, Op PENNSYLTA
NIA.--oMee, N. W. Cornei FOURTH and WALNUT
Streets, Philaelphia. Subscribed 04,141, 5500,000.
Paid-up Capital. $200.000.
DAVID JAYND, M. D., President.
THOMAS S. STEWART, Vice Prelet.
gIa'WEL B. Moon, Secretary.
VIIRISTAIAS AND HOLIDAY GOODS.
w. D. tiLIINN, No. P.O South FOURTH Street,
offers to dealers and the public a
YRRY LARUE VARIETY OF FANCY (WOOS
Suitable (or tba Holiday semen. Using eutirely of hie
Tho asHortniout embracer all the
AND AT VERY REDUCED PRICES.
Among it will be found—
Paper Macho Work Boxes, Desks, Portfolios, Ac.
Ladles' Cabas and Traveling lingo.
Porte Monnales, Purses and Pockot Books, In great
Pearl 01114 Cases, beautiful styles.
Bohemian Glass Toilet Bottles, richly decorated,
Odor Boxes and Glove Boles.
Fancy 'bonze Inkstands, Thermometers, &c.
Backgammon and Chess Boards, Chessmen.
Fine English Scissors, in sots.
Fancy Cigar Stands and Cigar Cases.
Scotch Wood Snuff Boxes and Fancy Articles.
Medallions in plastic Ivory.
Memorandum and Ball Tablets, in pearl and ivory.
Together with numerous other articles in the lino.
Tho subscriber begs leave to announce to his
friends and the public that he will open his SALOON
Lit their reception on
MONDAY, 14th loot
Ills stock (a largo and rich variety) will consist of
PRESERVIiII AND CRYSTALLIZED FRUITS, AMU-
COTS CHERRIES, PINEAPPLES, YEARS , LIMES GAOES, QUINCES, &a
BONBONS—AIargo awl fruit alon'tutout.
FANOY TOYS—Mochanleal Toys, paper, wood, and
FANCY BOXES—Newest styles, finny and plain, and
varied assortment, of every possible description.
SACS, CAMAS, CORNETS, BASKETS, 1 ICTORIAS,
FASTILLAtIiId, &0., all of recent Importation,
and viblch for extant and variety will 1.-ty competition.
Fur sale by 8. LIENRION, Confectioner,
des.lnt MARKET sheet, above Seventh.
DUIILIO NOTICE.-E. G. WHITMAN &
CO. are now prepared to offer to the public the
beat and largest aanortment of Bonbons, Sugar Toys,
Candled Fruits, Sugar and other fancy goods, suitable
for Christmas Trees. The candle', manufactured by ne
ero made of the beat material that eau be hut, amonget
which aro tine sugar-coated Almonds, Telly Drops,
Cordial Dropa, Moss Paste, Clime Drops, Caramelise,
Sec , &O. P. $ --Superior Walnut Candies, Cream, awl
all varieties of plain Candies. Also, dealers lu all
kinds Foreign Polite and Nute. No. 102 Booth SE-
CpND, one door below CFIESTNUT Street, Philadel
phia. n 023 a to
QAVING FUND.----UNITED STATES
COMPANY, corner of TUIRD and CHEST
Large and small come received, stud paid back on de.
maud, without uotice, with VI YE TER CENT INTER
EST from the day of deposit to the day of withdrawal.
Office boom, from') until o'clock every day, and on
MONDAY EVENINGS from 7 until B o'clock.
DRAFTS for nate on Englund, Ireland, and Scotland,
from .Cl upwarde.
President—STEPllEN It. ORAIVVORD.
Teller—JAMES It. GUNTER
The Bubtcribor has commenced manutecturioghit
Ne Pint Ultra
MINCED al T,
which he carers to Me customers in
LARGE or SMALL QUANTITIES
Orders through 131.0013 0 3 DISPATCH %till Ira pm:w
oolly attouded to. . .
03 2ra rl SPRING U AUDEN awl FRANKLIN MS
et LASS ! GLASS ! !—We invite the ellen-
CC two or do public to our RUVtior oto,k of Eng
lish, French and American Window Ohm Our etude
Is large and well selected as to riser and qualities, and
warranted tree from stains.
0. 80101ACK &
NoR 152 tend 154 north Fourth etreet
VARNISIIES, JAPANS, &c.--Wo still
continue to manufacture all oursuperinr Varnishes
and Japans, which aro unsurpes46l by any in this
country, and invite the attention of deniers and cOliiiU-
Iner9 to our stock U SCIIIIACIL S. 00.,
de743t* Nos. 152 and 154 north Yew th street.
PLATE GLASS.—Our arrangements aro
now complate, and wo aru ',Nimrod to furnialt to
builder. and others superior French Plato Moan, a all
area, an low as any other entablidhinaut in the city.
C. & CO ,
Not. 162 and 164 not lit Fourth atreot.
I. 4 ILOGAING BOARD 3-23,680 foot ()aro
-1: Unarming board'', afloat, for sole by
MARTIN A. MAOALIBTXR
ael 119 North Wolff Street
xi E At 0 V A 1.-
, The bunineem of the PENNSYLVANIA 11ANK wlll
Lo removed on tho lot proshou, to the second story of
rigs's Building, WALNUT o l rect, east of Third. Thu
nors of property lodgud at the Bank for safe keeping
will please remove It Won, that day, or It wilt tor
!gored elsewhere at,,thelroxponso and riot.
dn. t jal J. E. FENllloltE, Aaslstant.Cashler.
ivANTED-A VESSEL with largo deck
V capacity, to toad for ()AUDI:NAB. quick des
patch, and good rates given. Apply to
018110 e, SIMONS, &
No. 120 (iate 30) North Wharves.
TINES AND LIQUORS.—Beek, Dish,
Scotch, and Monongahela Wk eitey i R ittes,
Brandies, Hine, just received, sod for sale by
de•ltsk Ibuisynnk Bead, below Carpenter at
NAVAL STORES.-03 bbls. Spirits Tur
492 bbls. No. 1, 2 and a Betio.
231 bble. Tar, for sale by
I/REINER & lIARKNESS,
(10-4t9 No. 79 N. Water street, and No. 30 N. Wharves.
CARRIERS' ADDRESSES prepared by
an experienced writer, et No. 1109 S. ELEVENTH
Street, above Federal. deb
PIItITS TUILPENVINE-200 bble Spirit
Turpentine, to mire, for We by
if.tufh i t r biAoALlßTXß,
*l7 tirtlt Water ;treat.
Old CHESTNUTRY STREET,
Hu reeeived a few choice
The attention of the Ladies is particularly Invited
CHEAP AND ELEGANT CLOAKS.
The largest and handsomest stock of
VELVET' AND CLO7'LI CLOAKS
In the (My,
AT RADOM) P11101:113, AT
No. 016 CHESTNUT STREET. d 420 2w
lURNISHING DRY GOODS.-
0.8, 10.4, 12-4 Druggeta.
10•4, 11.4, 12-4, 14-4 all wooll English and Amerl
Orson Baize or all widths.
Marseilles Quilts, all sive and new designs.
Embossed Stand and Table Corers.
Rich styles printed Cloth do do.
Table Linens and Damask Clothe.
81011 Window Rolland', from 28 to 54 inches.
Green and Blue do do.
At SHARPLESS BROTHERS,
dO Chestnut and Eighth streets.
Ill ()ELROY IS OFFERING MORE AUG.TION BARGAINS.
$lO Silk and Wool Long Brodie nimbi only $lO.OO
$l4 Silk and Wool Long Brodie Shawls only 000
$0 Silk and Wool Square Broche only COO
$l5 Chenille, extra rich, only 8.60
$l2 Chenille, very rich, only 7 50
$7.60 Chenille, plai- '-`- -
... . _
uheuille,plain stile; 3 50
50 l'laid all-wool Long Shemin, beautiful, only —1 60
$l5 Cloaks, beautiful atyles and One fabric 10.00
$l2 Oloaks reduced to.. 5.55
$0 Cloaks reduced to 4 60
$1 Cloaks reduced to 3 50
100 yards very beautiful Cloth for Ladles' Cloaks 750.
per yard, worth $1 50; a splendid aseortruent of aline
Clothe, all ehadea and colors, imitable for ?lays' wear;
Batinete and Fiannale at unprecedented low price.; one
lot of Par/mattig at 31 cents, worth $5O; all shades
all-wool Plaids at 28 cents, worth 02N ; non lot of all
wool Detainee only 25 cents, worth 50 ; splendid Blan
kets at only $3 per pair, worth $5; 500 yards of Black
Bearer Cloth at $1 50 per yard, worth $2 50; Trim
mings, in erelleas variety, at about half price.
doB4lithe 5 10EL1t0Y , 1 4 ,11 South Ninth St.
BANK OF PENNSYLVANIA NOTES
REDEEMED AT ains at
BELCHER'S, and notes of the above PAR.—Great
bank bar t g aken in
CLOAKS and TALMAS at an immense reduction,
much less than the coat of material, from 04 to $ 0.
Broth° Long and Square Shawls, from $5 to $5O.
Plush bordered Stella and Orapo Shawls, very cheap
liferinoes, Paramattae, De!alms, L'oburgs, Valentilas,
all wool Detainee, Robes a Quilles, Oct., &c , at an
KID (MOVES, RIBBONS AND EMBROIDERIES, a ,
greatly reduced prices, as we are determlued tO eel
VALENCIA AND lIONITON BETS.—We have jua
received a beautiful lot, which we offer at less than con
of importation. Now is the time for bargalua at
F. & T. IL - BELCHER'S,
d07.43t B. W. corner Eighth and Spring Carden.
BROADCLOTHS, CLOAK CLOTHS.-
Pino Black Broadcloth., reduced in price.
Heavy Black Beaver Clothe.
Light color. and Black Mohair Cloth.
BATINETB AND CASOISIERIIB.
Full and complete atock of these goods.
flood Union ettllgialit I' ell, from auction, 40 ate
Side-Wipe Union llareimeren, 50 cents.
COOPER & CONARD,
der-fit O. E. corner Ninth and Ittarket ate
FINE CLOTH CLOAKS, READY MADE,
or made to order, In 24 houra' uottee.
Lot of Cloaks at $6, reduced from $lO.
Cloaks of every style for Ladies, Allem' and Chit
CLOAK AND SHAWL ROOM.
COOPER & CONARD
de7.6t S. E. corner ,
Muth nod Market ate
FINE GAY STYLES BAY STATE
SHAWLS, Blanket, French Blanket, Thlbet,
Broehe, Obiklren'n and Gent. , Mania, in
CLOAK AND RCIAWL ROOM.
COOPER & CONARD,
del-tlt S. E. earner Ninth and Market ete
I $8 !! ! $8 !! ! $8 1 1 1 1
• • UNPARALLELED OILEAP
LONG BROCHE SHAWLS,
AM. WOOL ANDWLE, FOR $S
A eplendid assortment in Mry color centre at
$lO, $l2, $l4, $lO, $lB, $2O, and $25.
We do believe we can offer the beat
ONE DOLLAR BLACK BILK IN PHILADELPHIA !
Bich fancy Silks from LO cents to $1.25
Englieb and Merrimack Calicos reduced to 10 cent'',
French klerinoes,Enailsli Cobourga and DeLaines, very
Blankets, Flannels, Cloths and Cos/door/3a, &c.,
CHEAP CLOAKS AND BLANKET SHAWLS!
Irish Lime of our own importation.
Hosiery, Cloven, mat Linen Hale , Scarfs, Ac , dre„
at TIIOIINLEY & CH 1851'8,
N E corner of Malan and SPRING °ARDEN.
WE BUY AND SELL FOR CASH. d 5
I/EDUCTION IN DRESS TRI3CIIINCS
Faney VELVET, 50c , formerly 01 25.
DALT. THIAMIN°, Braided Drop 31c, formerly 75.
Do do Floe Drop 26e. do 60.
And FANOY TRIMMINOS OF,NERALLY,
AT STILL lINAVIIIR
J. O. MAXWELL A SON,
VIIESTNUT, below Eleventh, and
SECOND, below Spruce
B oys , CLOTHING.
F. A . lIOY T k II It 0 .
Rave now on hand a very largo assortment of
Suitable for the present season, which they feel disposed
to sell CHLAP.
8 W. CORNBR TANTEI AND CUUSTNOT BTB.
N. IL—We have a large assortment of uncut goods,
of superior quality and make, to ruder from.
lENNESE AND PARIS
BROM: LONG SHAWLS.
On linutl, au uxtenilve stock, comprising all grades,
the moat desirable colors and designs, purchased at
o late Auction Sales in this city and Now York,
AT (iltlietTLY REDUCED PRICES.
Stiperior Hoods at 810, 811, 812.
(11)1tWEN STODDART & BROTHER,
Noa. 452, and 45t North BeTond Street,
dl-y shorn Willow.
B B O ro I n 'S D ' AR I T VI a, N B T R F O .I T I, H IV :R EAR.
, A ll NI V ED'i
450, 462, and 454 NOItTII SECOND 'STREET, above
Have ou hand an'exteneivo stock of
Purchased at the late Auction Sales, at
dl-y REDUCED PRICES.
A lf. ; OFI PE
N (CYA N ll N t S lie lr a l' o V te A s on theß S erik E o — l
Pennsylvania redeemed at per for DRY fIOODS, selling
at lens thou Auction prices. bluslius, Linens, Clutha,
Oussimeres, Blankets, Shawls, Calicoes, Delalnes. at a
great eserlke, in connection with our entire stook,
which will be Hold at prices which will astonish all who
may favor us with a call. Pennsylvania Bank Notes
taken the same as specie, (we make no diKerenced at
OLIVER 11. JOHNSON'S Pennsylvania Dank Note Dry
Goods Store, No. lON MARKET &reel, above Tenth,
N, II —Orders received for the very bent Schuylkill
Cool i Pennsylvania Bank Notes taken lu payment.
OLIVER 11. JOHNSON,
No. 1000 Market street.
R E OVA L .
L. T. LEVY & CO.,
IN ANTICIPATION OF REMOVAL
Now bolog erected for them In
are detorailoed, for a period of
To dispose or a large amount of their Stock uow in store
LOW PRICES FOR CASE
They invite the attdutiou of the Public anti their Cue
01.1101 . 8 to one of the moot complete actiorttneute of
IiTAPLE ANYI FANCY
To he found is this country, which will he disposed of
for the period named, at such prices as will insure their
NEXT TO TUE CUSTOM HOUSE
G REAT SALE OF LADIES' CLOAKS.-
A FURTHER REDUCTION IN PRICES
as been determined on by the subscribers, in con
efqueuco of the continued pre.nre
60051183E5 , ENCLISII BEAVER CLOAKS,
$2, formerly $3 10.
800 MISSES ENOL/SII DEAVER CLOAKS,
60, formery 45 50.
250 SUPERIOR FRENCH [
$5 to 58, cost to import $I to $lO each.
LONU BLACK BEAVFIR CIRCULARS,
$B, formetly 512.
RICH BLACK VELVET CLOAKS,
All 20 per coot below cost of production.
J N. PROCTOR & CO ,
Sucre:wore to Cleo Bulpin Sr Co ,
nl3 2mo d 708 CHESTNUT street.
L ADIES' DRESS TRIMMINGS,
AND KNITTING ZEPHYRS
NEW GOODS OPENED DAILY,
J. G. MAXWELL Jc SON
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL STORES,
1028 CUESTNUT Street, four doors below Eleventh
Aug 318 S. SECOND St , below Spruro
FACTORIES —Nue 95 and 97 GEORGE St.,
Tenth, end SECOND Street, near Union
Ordeis made at a low hours , notice
JOHN FAR E IRA tic CO
Importers, Manufacturers, and Dealers In
FOR LADIES AND CLIILDREN.
Havbig manufactured au 11111DC11913 Stock of PUBS,
with the owsctatton of doing our usual business, the
present pressure of the times, and comparative stagna
tion of trade, have lett us with an unusual amount of
Stock upon our shelves.
It is to moot this difficulty that we have now
To cloco nut our
At Prices actually loss than
THEIR COt3T To MANUFACTURE !
We have also on hand a larg cud courpleta assort
All of which will be mold nt Tory
No. RIB MARICHT St , bet. Meal' and Muth,
u010.6w South bide
BOARDlNG.—Desirable second and third
A-. Miry turulrlio.l NOON, with Board, at
ilos.lw* 901 North NINTH sheet.
NIAN I LI, A ROYE.--SUPERIOII MA
ILL NILLA Ron:, isluntfaatur ,
W e 4 9nd for We by
WEAVERITLF.R. & CO.,
t0n.91 No 29 N. Watsr mt., 9nll 79 N.Vharroa
SAOTONS 01 MITCHELL &OlLOAS
dale's improved super PHOSPIIATI: OP
LIMN for sale by 0110ANDA1,11, HURON & CO
uold-tf Nn. 104 N. Delaware avenue
C NMI GALLS. WHALE OIL,
Otlitru , Loco gall, Elephant Oil,
hhts. hlo,l LerS Oil, for sale by
OBOAEIDALE, E ELKIN, dc
nolci-tt se, 104 N. Delaware arcane,
THOMAS & SONS,
• Noe: 139 and 141 SOUTH POMMES RR UT,
(Yormorly No. 47 and 69.)
REAL ESTATE, STOCKS &e.
Public Sales at the Philadelphia Exchange every
*- Handbills of each property Issued separately, in
addition to which we publish on the Saturdayprovious
to each eats one thoussod catalogues In pamphlet form,
giving full deAcrlitof all the property to be sold on
the following Toe
FUItNITUR SALES AT THE AUCTION
STORE every Thursday morning.
REAL ESTATE AT PRIVATE SALE.
ID" We have a large amount of Real Estate at
vate Sale, including every deseriptlon of City and
country property. Printed Lista may be had at /he
PRIVATE SALE REGISTER.
Real Estate entered on our Private Sate Re
gister, and advertised occasionally in our PabDo Sale
Abatracts, (of which 1,000 copies are printed weekly,)
free of charge.
STOCKEi, MORTGAGE, REAL ESTATE, ita,
Pamphlet Catalogues now ready containing fall de.
ascriptions of all the property to be sold on Tuesday
next, Bth Inst., with a list of sales 16th and 71d Decem
ber, and a large list of Steal Estate at private sale.
On Tuesday Evening,
15th instant, at 7 o'clock, It the Philadelphia Ex
change, previous to the sale of real Mate:
HAVRE DE GRACE TOW-BOAT COMPANY.—AIso,
2 shares Philadelphia & Davie de Grace Steam Tow-
1 share in the Philadelphia Library.
I share in the Philadelphia Atheo.eum.
I share in the Mercantile Library.
REAL ESTATE SALE—DECEMBER 15th.
This sale will include—
Orphans' Court Sale—Estate of Benjamin Burnell,
FOUR THREE-STORY BR lOK DWELLINGS—.
Pratt street, east of Fairmount street.
VALGABLB FARM, 77 acres and 39 perches, 9 miles
from Pimcnixville, and 3 miles from Paoli, Chester
NEAT DWELLING, %WHARTON STREBT.—AIso,
neat modern three-story brick dwelling yak brick
stable, north side of Wharton street, No. 913, between
Fifth and Sixth streets.
. . .
THREE-STORY BRICK DWELLING.—Three-story
brick dweitiog, No. 931 North Twelfth street, between
Pepltr street *ld Girard arenas.
EXTRA VALUABLE REAL, ESTATE—DECEMBER 22.
This sale will include
LARGE AND VALUABLE LOT—Tenth street, be
tween Chestnut and Market streets, corner of Marble
street-90 feet front on Tenth street, 132 feet on Marble
street, with frame tenements thereon renting for $2,400
a year. Clear of all ason:them:km
VALUABLE CHESTNUT STREET PROPERTY—
North side, west of Tenth street, 28 feet front,l7B feet
deep. Clear of all ineumbrance. Rents for $1,820 a
itWir — Both the above are valuable bualnem locations.
THREE-STORY BRICK DWELLING —AThree -story
brirk dwelling ; south side of Branch street, No. 308,
between Third and Fourth, and Dace and New streets.
TItItEE-STORY BRICK DWELLlNO.—Three4tery
trials dwelling, No 13.01 Lewis street, north of Thomp
son, between Tenth and Eleventh streets.
VALUABLE RESIDENCE AND STABLE —Three.
story brick dwelling, without double back buildings,
No. 252 South Ninth street; between Locust and Spruce
streets; also, a substantial new three-story brick sta
ble and ranee-house in the rear, on Raspberry alley—
lot 20 by ISS feet. Sale absolute.
REAL ESTATE BALE—DEOE3IBER 2310.
Thls sale will Include, among other property, the fol
Orphi.' Court sale.—•Eutate of William Fucker
TIIREF.-STORY MUCK DWULLINCI.—Three-story
brick dwelling, north side Poplar street, west side of
LOT —Lot of ground north Bide Girard avenue, wee
or Twelfth street.
➢RICK BUILDING &ND LOT.—Lot of ground eu
side of Kessler street, south of Diamond street, Mlle
THREE-STORY BRICK DWE.LLINO.—Three-story
brick dwelling went aide of [Mira street, south of
Stiles street, Twentieth ward.
REAL ESTATE SALE—JANUARY 6th.
Thi sale will Include—
AN ENTIRE SQUARE OF GROUND. TWENTY
THIRD WARD, OPPOSITE THE EPISCOPAL nos-
PITAL—The valuable square of ground, having a
front of 585 feet on Front atreet, 615 feet on Lehigh
aieuue, 585 feet ou Fillmore street, and 546 feet on
&unreel Went, Four valuable (route.
SALE AT TUE AUCTION STORE TIIIS MORNING.
CARD —The superior furniture, fine Brussels, Impe
rial, ingrain, and venetian carpets, mirror., bookcases,
china and gloss-ware, plated ware, beds and lieddlng,
superior fire-proof chest, store fixtures, large number of
stoves, Ac., to be sold thlsmorning, at the auc
tion store, are now arranged for examination by cata
logue, to which wa invite tics attention of 'MUM (Wei MUD
Sale Nos. 139 and 141 South Fourth street.
SUPERIOR FURNITURE, FINE MIRRORS., PIANO
FORTE, BRUSSELS CARPETS, Ac.
At 10 o'clock, at the allettOn store, an extensive
assortment of second-hand furniture, One mirrors,
Brussels carpets, &c., from families declining house.
SUPERIOR FIRE-PROOF CIIEST.—AIso, a large
and superior fire-proof cheet made by Wilder
ROSEWOOD PIANO-FORTE, —Also, an elegant
rosewood piano -forte by Schomacker.
Also, 2 superior bsg-atellc tables, with balls and cues.
Also, a large painted show-case—glass sash, coun
case drawers, show cases, Ac.
SA LE OF STANDARD EDITIONS OF THE POETS,
ILLUSTRATED WORKS, ANNUALS FOR 1b53.
ELEGANT ALBUMS, &c.
December 10th, at the auction More, an asvortnient
of stmolant miscellaueouv books, illustrated work., an
nuals for &c.
Wrier particulars see catalogues
SALE OF LAW BOOKS.
On Monday Evening,
December 14th, at the auction store, Nos. 130 and 141
South Fourth street, will be sold a stock of law books,
comprhing veriouv reports, digests, elementary worlrv,
Particulars In catalogues, which will be ready
on Monday morning and the books arranged for exami
PEREMPTORY Btu: OF STATUARY, MARBLE
AND STONE OROUPS, FOUNTAINS, MANTEL
PIECES, TABLES, &c.
On Tuesday Morning,
1111, imdant, at It o'clock, in. tho second story of the
auction store, nill he sold by catalogue, nithont
reserve, an invoice of statuary, Le , recegtly imported
from Lomhsrdy per berg,,? Pennaylvatin, by Signor
Pomp., Argentl. The collection. comprises many very
beautiful specimens suitable for the drawing-room: also,
Sue garden statuary and fountains,
UY Mis)*be examined any time previous to sale,
250 FINE OIL PAINTINGS AND WATER COLOR
DRAWINGB—SVOCK OP A. S ROBINSON.
On Thursday Morning,
17th inst , at 10 o'clock, at the store of A. S Robin
son, No. 010 Chestnut street, will be sold, by catalogue,
without reserve, about 260 choice and valuable oil
paintings and water color drawings by eminent artiste,
including Moran, Oereher, Weber, Rotherniel, Brochart,
Richardson, Van Starkonberg, Inner, Birch, Ramey,
Lewis, Lawrence, Leutne, Schnesaelle, Brughel, ant.
telle, O. Latubdin, J. R Laud/din, &c , 4e.
re' lull particulars in catalogues, three days pre.
vloue to the sale.
Shares in the Academy of Music ; Point Breeze Park ;
Philadelphia and Mercantile Libraries; Athenmum,
" PARLEY" AT PRIVATE BALE
- • —.
The elegant country seat and farm. known as a Far
ley," late the residence of Richard Paxson, deceased,
formerly of Dr. Shippers,ls offered at private sale. Full
descriptions may be had the auction rooms.
MOSES NATHAN 8, AUCTIONEER
AND COMMISSION AIBROHANT, 8. S. cornet
SIXTH and RACE Streets.
AT PRIVATE SALE—GoId and silver patent lever,
Lepine, English, Swiss, and French watches, jewelry,
of every description, musical instraments, le., &e.
AT PRIVATE SALE—Arranged on second Door,
household furniture, of every description, beds, mat
tresses, carpeting, looking glasses, fancy sancta, &0..
Out-door salsa attended to personally by the Amnion
eer Chagos very low. Consignment', of furniture
clothing, jewelry, Re., Ace, solicited.
NATHAN'SPRINCIPAL LOAN OFFICE,
S. E. Corner of Sixth and Race Streets,
Where money will be loaned on gold and sliver Plate
Watches, Jewelry, Diamonds Clothing, Dry Goods,
Oroceriea, Segsrs, hardware, Cutlery, Farnham. Bed
ding, HUMS, Vehicles, Harness, Stocks, land on all ar
ticles of value for any length of time agreed on, ou more
satisfactory and liberal terms than at any other estab
lishment. M. NATLIANS,
NOTICE —All good/Maenad at the Office, S. N. cor
nor of Math and Rue streets, will be sold on Thurislay
Jimmies, 17th instant, at 10 o'clock. Depositors can
call previous thereto and renew their tickets.
LARGE SALE OF FORFEITED GOODS,
at the S. E. corner of Sixth and Race etreets,
171), Instant, at 10 o'clock, in the sales-room, second
story—entrance from Race street. Consisting in part
of one case, 175 pairs children's shoes, one very fine sur
veyor's instrument, mode by Knox & lihnin, two very tae
microscopes, superior Daguerreotype camera—complete,
superior overcoats , frock and dress coats, Raglans,
pantaloons, vests, handkerchiefs, under clothing, boots,
shoes, umbrella., silk dresses, merino, mous delsiee,
dotage, cashmere, alpaeca, and chintz dresses, and
dress patterns, cloth solvet and silk mantillas, bisques,
circular., cloaks and capes, crape, silk, broohe, merino,
stens, bay Stele, and plaid woollen shawls, Indies'
under•eluthing, parasols, gaiters, shout, bonnets, feath
er beds, colutortables, gmlts , bed-spreads, table-cloths,
sheets, pillow. cases, violins, tin lass, accordeorts, gui
tars, double end eingle•barreled fowling pieces, patent
rifles, revoking and other pistols, patent umbrellas
and canes, steel eludes, and a thousand other articles.
ID -- Particulars hereafter.
IMMENSE SALE OP k'ORMTED IVATCHES, JEW
ELRY, SILIaR PLATE, Ac &c
At the S. E. career of Sixth end Rate streets,
On Tuesday Morning,
figil instant, at 10 o'clock.
117' Potboilers hereafter
GREAT 11A RGAINS FOR CIIRISTMAS PRESENTS,
AT PRI FATE SALE, AT REMARKABLY LOW
Hunting cam, double case, and double bottom, full
jeweled and plain English patent lever watches
Silver Eogle,h patent lever wattles
Hunting case and open face gold escipement and
Hunting case and open face gold iepine watches.
Very fine enameled ladles` gold watches.
Silver lever and lepine watches, English, Swiss, and
French watches, gold chains, jewelry, musical instru
ments, and numerous limey articles.
WEBB'S great sale of forfeited Watches,
Guns, Pistols, ?austral Instruicsouta, &a , will take place
shortly. Due notice will be given
WEBB'S great sale of Dry Goods, Clothing, Bedding,
Ac , being forfeited constants, will take place shortly.
Due notice will be given
AT PRIVATE SALE, AT HALF THE rtuAL
SELLING PRICES —Double-bottomed and hunting
case gold patent lever watches, of the most op.
proved makes; bunting case and open face gold escape
ment lever and lupine watches, full jeweled; One gold
enameled lever and lupine watches for hullos'; gold
jewelry of every description; silver lever and Wpme
watches, in hunting eases and open face; eilver English,
Swiss, and French watches, a general assortment of fur
niture, beds, mattresses, mirrors, i.e.
OUT-DOOR SALES SOLICITED, and °hugs' to suit
the times, low.
Consignments of every description 21 goods solicited
for public or private sale.
MONEY ADVANCED on all and every kind of goods,
for public, or private bile, Sr to be bind for a limited
time Charges tow.
e 22 4mlr
EORGE W. SMITH, AUCTIONEER
N..* N. N corner of BARRON and SOUTH Streets
ntwee Beton& . .
SALES EVERY SATURDAY EVENING,
At 7g o'clock, at the Auction Store, of Ttantdritta, Out
lery, Ifoudekeeping Articled, Olothtrg, Watches, Jewel•
ry, noel Articles, &a.
11 NE SHIRTS, mule to order, end war
ranted, of elogaut ortteritl and Nuperior work
ruanehip Also, Ores,' Stock, amt (lelltlolll.ll . M Wrap
pent, at the. Prennuill Sturool W. W. XNIQIIT, 612
ARCH Street, Rbure Sixth uti2l.y
W! WRAPPERS! W RAP
vERS '—.t very large and elegant a.saorttnent at
reduced priera. Al.O, heavy an& r-cluthing of all da
nerlptioos, for viatomeit'a ,est, at W.
el'S A Hell Street, above Stith, no2l-y
'INCHESTER k SCOTT, GENTLE
VTbtLN'S YURNISHIND STORE, and PATENT
SMOULDER SEAM SHIRT MANUFACTORY, No. TOO
CHESTNUT Street, above Seventh street, Philadelphia.
The attention of Southern and Weateru Merchants, and
Stranger., is particularly Matted to this improved cut of
Shirts, the most perfect fitting article made. At whole
sale and retell, and made to order. anSaylf
'ATANTED.-AN A 1 VESSEL, TO SlTC
reed the ship MAROalli;l`, in iha Leninism&
Line for NEW ORLEANS Quirk despatch nod goal
rates given. Apply to
111S110P, SIMONS, A CO ,
deß it 3'4 (late 311 J NORTH It littliVXs,
Sake bn 9lnction
AT PRIVATE SALE
Oaks by %maim
.13 SCOTT, Jr., AUCTIONKER, (notes
• sot to WOLDEBT t 8M111,) in Mwrlv, at,
opposito th* Outcpa thou*, betusoa Youth aid Patti
Commencing at 11 g o'clock Mor n, will he soli withost
reserve, for emh, a valuable assortment of furs for
ladies' and gentle wear, sleigh Tobin, &e., ennigating
ladies' Selma, cloaks, pelerines, vietoriam, mobs, 4 t
pets, rode, lie., mule In the latest style, of myna,
Sit*risa squirrel. stoma martin, silver martini
engine, swaesdoers &e.
ID" May be examined early on the morning of sal*,
GALS OF itZADY•MADE CU/THING.
On Friday Morning,
• Comming at log owoek, sill be sold Without re
serve, to mesett, of
stock °trusty- made &Atkin/.
&Misting of coats, pants, sad vests.
[Er Nay be esszolaed isuly on the morning of sale.
JAMES A. FREEMAN, AUCTIONEER,
NO. 422 WALNUT MIX T, shore FOURTH.
W. beg leave to Inform the palate that we hold
oar regular weekly mire of Furnitans every Tessatay at
our BpACIOIIB SALES BOOM, NO. 422 WALNUT
STREET, where every pomade attention is given to ob
tain the highest prices for the goods of those who may
favor nis with consignments. Families having portions of
their furniture to dispose of, or thou declining home
keeping and not wishing sales at their own d
can have their furniture CLREYULLY RZELOYE ‘na b th rlS
OUR SALES ROOM, WHERE THEY WILL ERALI.I,III
BETTER PRICES FOR THEIR FURNITURE THAN
THEY CAN OBTAIN FROM ANY OP THE FURNI
TURE DEALERS OB ANY OTHER AUCTION STOW*
IN THE CITY.
ED' Persons favoring as with consignments can rut
assured that their property will not be sacrificed.
Commission more moderate than those shaved
by any other Auction House in the city.
Consignments respectfully solicited.
ljer Salm paid immediately after the goods are sold.
REAL ESTATE BALE—DECEMBER 23d.
This sale at the Exchange, on Wednesday _ evening,
December 234,1067 , at 7 o'clock, will include-
Orphans' Court &de—Estate of Joseph Colhoun, Dee'd.
FRAME HOUSE AND LOT, ANN STREET, NINE
TEENTH WARD —A frame house, and lot of ground,
southeast aide of Ann street, 80 feet southeast from
Sarah street, Nineteenth ward, 20 feet front, 103 feet
deep. ELS ground neat.
Orphans' Court fiale.—Estate of H. Y. Roemer, Deo'd.
PROPERTY QUEEN STREET, KENSINGTON .—A
certain house and lot, north aide of Qneezt street, 20
feet (root, and 120 feet deep, to a 13J feet alley leading
from Shackanutxon stmt. Clear of Ineambrauees.
Orphane' Coort Sale.--Same Estate.
FRAME HOUSE AND LOT. POPLAR STREET
A frame home, and lot of ground, north side of Poplar
street, between front and second, 23 feet front, and 114
feet deep. $l2 ground real.
BTORE AND DWELLING, COATES ST., ABOVE
EEVEWIEENTII.—A three-story brick store and dwel
ling. south side of Coates street, SS feet 9 Inches emit
of Eighteenth street, IT feet 1 inch front, and fit ft. 7t4
Indies deep, along Florence street. The house has bulk
windows, gee, end hydrant. $l4 ground rent. Rents
for 5200 per annum. fily•Terrus—cuah. Sale positive.
nj- $lO to be paid on each of the above rhea the
unto is struck off.
AT PRIVATE RALE.
A Ant-class Printing Office, with a good row of busi
ness, four printing precsee, two Ruggles and oise Adams
Tpe and everything useesaary for the traelnesi. Apply
at ' the Auction Store.
SAMUEL NATRANS, AUCTIONEER,
e... 7 and MONEY LOAN "OPPIOE, No. 112 I3onta
THIRD Street, below Walnut, opposite POSS it, only
eight doors below the Exchange.
Henri of bnatneae from 7 o'elook t A. K., until 10
o'clock in the evening.
Outdoor sales, and sales at the Audio* Hoary at
tended upon the most aatisfactory term.
Estobliraed jet the Mar 'Thirty Years.
Advancee made from one dollar to thousands to Dia
monde, Silver Plata, Watehee, Jewelry . , Hardware, /der
ehandlm, Clothing,'" urnlture, Bedding, Organ, Mosle m lnetrnmente, Orme, Home, Carriages, and Goods of
upon. goods can remahr say length of time agreed
All alveretee, from one hundred donna and Opwarde
will be charged 2 per cent. pez month ; POO seat ova,
the lowest market rate.
This @tore Roue having a depth of 120 fest, km large
are and thief-proof vaults to store all valuablea, and pea
vats watchmen for the premises' also, a heavy in=
ranee effected for the benefit of allpersons laving goods
N. aeeount of haling an unlimited capita,
this office Is prepared to male advances on more antis.
factory and accommodating terms than soy other In
Honey advanced to the poor, is Min amounts, frith
out any charge.
AT PISTATB BALI.
Goia reiwit lever wrd osier waullue, Jarezy, sad
Clothing be Bold it reduced prima. aul-ly
fIRAND CONCERT AT THE ACADEMY
VI OP Mt SIC, CORNER OF BROAD AND wousr
STREETS, for the benefit of the
ST. JOAN'S ORPHAN ABIALMII,,
ON FRIDAY EVENING, 11th inst
When the following eminent talent will appear, hav
ing in the kindest manner tendered their valuable ser
vices for the occasion .7
31ISS AGNES and FANNY HERON,
31R. J FRAZER,
Pll. ROHR and
Admittance —Yarquette and Dress Circle, 50 cents.
Family Circle, I; cents. Doors will be open at SX, ant
per fortuswes to commence prteisely at tilo.2te
3 . 11./ D S E I
c e E d m LuEIR.II.3T
GRAND ENGLISH CONCERT!
FAREWELL NIORT OF
MLLE TERESA PARODI,
MISS ANNIE. MILNER,
(The new English Prima Donna.)
(The new English Tenor.)
Both great artists, 'laving beeu engaged In London,
by the Ibrectons of the Academy of Memo, New York,
for the production of English Operas and Omni Ora
The price of admission. notwithstandlocr the great et
liu been flied at PIETY CENTS, the pries
which prevail to be entirely successful in tie New York
Academy of Maxie and at Eiblo's Garden.
The programme for this occasion has been carefully
selected, and will be the most attractive ever offered in
a Concert Boom.
MLLE. TERESA PARODI k MISS MILNER will
sing the soul-stirring American National Song,
TILE STAR SPANGLED BANNER.
and will repeat, by general request, the celebrated
French National Hymn,
, LA MARSIIILLAISE.
Both musical compositions hare produced the most
Intense enthusiasm wherever sang by Mlle. Parodi.
MLLE. PARODI will sing: Aria " Tanaredi," "Je
rtualem," n In the F.ve there Liu the Heart," "La
Marseillaise." Two Duets—" I would that my Love"
and "The Star Spangled Banner," with MISS MILNER.
MISS MILNER will aing "I Rouse from Dreams of
Thee," "lam a Merry Zingare.'• Duet : nMaritani.
with 3lr. PERRINO, and two English Duets with Mlle.
HENRY YIEUNTEMPS will play—Yontaslo : "La
cis." Norma. (by request) FANTASIE ON ONE
STRING, and Souvenir of Paganini.
ERNEST PERKING will sing: "My Sister Dear,"
"In Native Worth,'' and an English Duet with Miss
ID" Tickets can be obtained at the principal Music
Stores, and on the evening of the Concert, at the Halt.
Concert commences at 8. d9fft
ATLE Y's ARCH T. THEATRE
V —SOLE LESSEE W. WENATLEY
Will be preeouted
THIS (Thursday) EITHNING, Dee. 10th, 1817,
TIM JEALOUS WITH.
Mr. Oakley', Mr. Wheatley; Major Oakley, Mr. Dot
man; 31ra....0akley,Mrs. .F
THE INIDE Or LiailiVlSlooll.
}4gar Ravenswood, Mr E L Davenport; Caleb Bal
derston, Mr Thayer; Lucy Aahton, Mrs Davenport;
Lady Ashton, Mrs Elmore.
SCALA or Pan:nth—Boxes, 25 cents; Bemired Beats,
38; Orchestra Stalls, 50 cents Beets in Private Boxes,
75 cents; Gallery, 13 cen ts; . Gallery for Colored
Persons, 25 cents; Private Box on Gallery for Colored
Persons, 38 cents.
Box Office open from 10 A. If. trail 3P. SI. Doom
will open at 5% o'clock; performance to commence at
rA. STREET SIh .TBHEAtage MTRE.—Lues
John Sefton. E.
Prices.—Dreva Circle and P a arq n ue r ?te,
cants; Upper Circle, 25 cents ; Secured Seats, 3l oenta;
Private Box and Orchestra Seats, 50 rents.
Box Office open from 9 o'clock A. 51 to 3P. 31. Doors
open at quarter to 7 o'clock ; performance to commence
at 7)(, precisely.
Will be performed
THIS (Thursday) EVENING. Dec. 10th, 1957,
THE ENOIIANT BESS.
Duke d' Aquila
Steps, the Eueheutreze
NATIONAL THEATRE AND CIRCUS,
I. WALNUT STREET, NEAR EIGHTH.
LESSEE WESLEY BARMORE.
EQUESTRIAN MANAGER TIIOB. KING.
Will be presented
THIS (Thursday) EVENING, Dee. 10th, ISST,
FONT RACES, ate , &a.
Mr. WOODS at Richard 111, Sir John Falstaff, aril
To conclud.se!tktka K-atiskE.qusalrlsihreas or the
Two of tba moat renowned Clowns in the world, Mr.
FRED WILSON and Ur J RUCK, well also be in at
PRICg3 OF AD11153103.-- Dregs Circle 37X cents Fa
mily Circle 23 cents. Private Boats 50 tents.
Loora open at G 4 o'clock. Performance to Com
mence at 7' o'clock.
JATNE'S NEW HALL, CHESTNUT ST.,
THIS (Thursday) EVENING, Deo. 10th,
The great Burlesque Opera of
I RO V A TORE .
Count Luuatick, Mr R, B. Buckley; Lady Lemmonore,
Preredua by their inimitable
Doors open at half-past 6 o'clock Curtain rises et
half pant 7 precircly.
Adunamon 25 cents
VXTRA NOTICE --WHEATLEY's ARCII
ALI STREET TWEATRE
MRS E L DAVENPORT'S FIRST BENEFIT,
Fll /DA I E VEXING Dte. ISIT.
POE LADY OF LYONS.
Clande Melnotte Mr E L Davenport
Pauline Mrs. E. L Davenport
THE SERIOUS FAMILY.
Widow Delmaino 31r' L Davenport
Capt Murphy Magssire Mr E. L Dare:also:l
Mr Charles Torrens Mr W Wheatley
Mr Anoiniilah Sleek Mr Thayer
Box is uow open di-r/tw
SANFORD's OPERA HOUSE—
IF.I.IIWENTII Street. abuse Chectoul.
ETITIOPI AS PEEWEE INCES THIS EVENING.
Ethiopbso Life Illustrated by Sanford's Troupe of
Stara—New Danceg by the Sanford Children.
Doors open at 7 o'clock—to commence quarter before
To conclude with
A lACtiIIABLI ASTRRYINOR.
Admittance IS cent/
Q/ 2 ..rpress eompanice
11HE ADAMS EXPRESS CO. OFFICE,
.T3O CHESTNUT STREET, formed" PARCELS,
SLOE:A.OES, MERC,HANDILE, BANE NOTES o.nd
SPECIE, ottlier 11 its own LINES, or in coonectiqo
with °Hirt EXPRESS COMPANIES, to all the prtnepal
TOWNS and CITIES a the United Steve.
R. B. SANDFORD,
(Blass nub nitta UJare.
CALL AND SEE
HOT, IDA T PRESENTB
Ever ex li ILI tea in
•U CITY OP
Which will be sal at mieerltrqly
SIARXSEN 8 WITTE'S,
713 CHESTNUT ST
COTTON -100 bales Gulf Cotton, In core
ar4 fur ea by
MARTIN a /LIOLLISPLI,
sal 01 1 / 1 Wgiar Peet
.. Mr. Shewell