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- 'HOW TO ilipirtiY
This, was in subitince th e subject of • a dis
cern* recently, Prole-lied by Rev.-Dummy A.
-;- Tvuo, In Concert before the congrega , •
, tionof.svhich'he is rector---the Church of the
• .'Covenant: - • •
, „„ •
, The pertien of Scripture' selected • for the •
coca:slots to contained.in the eighth chapter of
Nehemiah, and tenth verse s• ' .
"Then he said unto them,' go- your m, ay, eat
-the fat, astd drink the siseet,,andeenfl, portions
• :' , lnite•them for whom nothing is prepared: for
• thfr-day 'holy unto our lord : neither be ye
sorry; for the joy of The Lord is your Strength."
, :Independent of oils defy to render thenkanm.
to the Lord for alibis benefits, at all times, it was
- nevertheless in the speaker's opinion a favota
... rehle, indication , of 'the progress of Cluistlani
• that,ollr State authorities had 'of'
late:years been-met% and mere awakened to
thOproPriety and importance of setting 'apart
• -2specifie thus_:for the public", recegnition
our. obligations •th Ake sour ce : of all our
bletimingg; • - •
bia,.lle;thtialllt i . Was well,,,inaemiieh as ex
- - perlence taught. us thateviin our-private devo
floes, Unless they,Wgfi conducted =with a due
• 'degree 'of periodicity;` were liable' to neglect.-
. -.The: truth of- this .principle ' was ; strikingly
- evinced in the divine ordinance of the Chris.
l -Ilan Sabbath.' -
The occasion which had eliefted these words
- of Nehemiah, contained in the text, had been
the celebration of. the Feast of the Tsberna
' Cles,Mie of _the annual re:iota of the Jim, in
: • stituted as a more special season for express- ,
• " • lag their gratitude to God for all his mercies,.
and_it was the apeaker's purpose' n the pre
, sent occasion to notice, first, the circumstances
attending the Jewish nation at the time of this
declaration by Nehemiah, their Governor. f
I. The particular occasion therein _referred to
was directly upon the heels of the Babylonian
captivity,- at which time the Jews had been in
reality a dowlittiaddenneople.Their country,
deierted, had become 'barren, ' her
• chief city desolate—So much so that the rulers
of Samaria had sent their bands- to • keep wild
- beasts from. overrunning Jim land. • All this
bad been to them great cause for humiliation;
and-he would ask, was not the condition of the.
Jaws _upon that occasion in one sense similar '
to our own at the present time
- • • God- had also visited us with troubles and•
' nfiliclions, In 'the financial difficulties, and
their ',tad -consequences- , u pon. the poor that,
. now surround SW.
A second feature Of this subject that merited,
our attention, Was that the tronlifeewhieh their
-• afflicted Israel had beenbrought upon themb,Y.
• their own iniquity; nor W 36 this feet any, less
applicable to our, own case at the present
time. In the speaker's opinion we were now,
being submitted to God's - just retribution for
' OM/ f.MI to be - observed concerning the con-.
Allen of - Israel - at the time
_referred to in the;
teat,'wes, that the Jews during their captivi-,
teiapsed into an entire forgetfulness of
the Divine Law ; ,so much• so, indeed, that it
had becoineal; unintelligible to them as the
' language of Chaucer would nor/ be to our
common people,. At the festival alluded to
in this passage of Scripture, Ezra, the scribe,
began to read'lrom the law in the ,IlebreiV,
tongue, and *hick was only-by Interpretation
presentedzto the understanding-of his heaters,
and thus had the divine light beets once - again
, - allowed to,flash into their stiula. So powerful
had been the effect of these words of.truth
- -tipon• ,doWn-stricken Israel, ;that the statement
"waSthat " all the people wept" at the' words
of the Law,-when they heard-how greatly they
had wandered- away from- its requirements.
Finding that they had neen . ,selected as the
chosen people of God; they were made to feel
• that -they-had been sacrificing their greatest
privilege' upen - the altar of their oirnlinful
• • The speaker here Introduced a - -fine illustra
tion of the power of the, Gospel upon the
heart. AiGoll hid constructed both the Jut
' man' heart and the 'divine tan, it was not to be
wondered at;- - that by mutual adaptation, the
oneshoti l d.• be `capable of - ,exerting the mighty
influence °hills.): other that was frequently
manifested in the Magic power of God'a word
• ---- upon'the . :heart and conscience of sinners.
Not only had individuals been suddenly, at
• rested-in' their career of sin by this heavenly
ageneY, -but- oven 'communities and nations
_ 'Sonfetimes had been ; madei,,the subject, of
alMotit inallintaneons arrest, as for example the
case of ancient - Nineveh. ; ••
• When the truth God's declared word bird
•• , Mind:its way. into the heart of those
self-condemned Jews+, they had forgot, for
• the - iliac being; to mourn over their estate, but
'rather wrie way to a feeling of penitence • for
the privileges they had, by their disobedience,
flillettteeteure. In this, the'speaker thought
—" lie saw another important lesson for ear own
people . tobeed. - The words of 'the law were.
• nigh unto us ail; so nigh that they were upon
- •'the lips,if not in the heartiiif every one; yet,
all;.'we had Wandered, and suffered
ourselves to:-place national privileges above
--- '•-mistional righteousness. -Indoell, it as net as
, :pinning:too much to say, that Glitiat andenti.
Christ Mel-never before, in our history, been
brought in as close a contrast as at'the preient
lime.; TLe probable cause of thist'Wee, that by,
• •`:• 1:11:1r/400-.414300, - the greater the, efforts;
-•- Made in-anyone direction, the more vetted:lent
• ;latest - May, the-array Otoppriltion; - ' • For his'
- parrne thatiked, GO' that there Vas
_ some degree. of humiliation felt in
-tand byretuitin of existing bins. • -.
'Betio - return to the Jews, it was remelted
- that;love taw-limy had - been -brought by their .
Ipienitieeithey had 'still much left to theta to'.
•'"' thinittul 'they had thenhefoke them
• toPpY.:prespeet of ogilik seeing their:de;•
• • -atroyett temple rise from itaruins, and of again
returning to that worship of which they has°.
I.3iftlieen ditprived Theyliad acknowledged
.; theitidaftshooli and thanked God for•not hav
ing dealt with them, according to their iniquV.`
' :=So Wilk wins a nations When we Come to
• • look-back upon the causes thathave combined
to bring about our present difficulties,' we
-shmilitalitioat eel:winch' that man had brought
• ,alt thesethings upon ne were ,it not that we
,:knon,there ta-an overruling Frovidenie.• • • •
• 'ref-, With the leraelitee of old, we to o have
muck - to be thankful for. ' , ln many' respects,"
the liennties of. - Proilsience in the present
ne-asonhad -biseti-imparalleled" in our past ex--
perlence... With 'an• unusual exemption trojn
- disease,, and an- - almost universal absenee_Of
„gild With th e sonfid-Of desolating Imre
onlYknotett narad, what. had,-we net
-to-merit-our heartfelegratifildeV— '
• '- prevision for us, - We
,tulAkliaYtteit; notwithstanding the dark fore-.
bodings of spring, He Inid covered our valleys
in abundance alniest unheard
= •, -• • • •- ,
Never,kefOrti ; inid there been . such- 4 seem.-
Ingly botmtlful provision in our country 'for
the comfort of man' as in the present seasen,
-" find yet In the 'midst' of it all, the cry comes
up from' alt onr_borileM, that thousands are
h . ofeniployment. This was purely,
the result`' of that pride and vaulting vanity,
that , overlepnik itself in its attempts to set at,
:defiance the decrees of God: , • - ' '
• As language of the -text, the 'Jews
had been called upon by Nehemiah to rejoice,
"Neither be ye.sotry, for the joy of the)Lord, is
your strength. • - • I
So were-we, amid:all our seeming difficulties
• and- fearful forebodings of the future, ap
• preached by, a voice from heaven whispering
to this turbulent commotion " peace, be still."
'lf we had abused the bounties of God by Our
- offences as a people, the offence hadbeencent'.
witted against a Father wild was ever ready -to
forgive the penitent, and.who was over cheer
ing us; as ho - had cheered the Jews through
hientophot of old,. with • the • words, " go your
way, eat the fat, and drink the sweet ; and if
we wouldifeit beer In Mind the words of caul,
that:" . .Wbether` we oat or 'think, we:should do
• • all the glory of God," he wpqld - say to
his hearerklet us gd and enjiay whit GO has
given us; but let-este Careful notto mates our
bodies the merenitars of a sinful sacrifice, and
thus destroy this wondorthi r orgattizatien which
God has given usikthehtunan body. ;
The reirMiltalwhielefolleived in reference to
this immeniate topic embodied, so cogently
the great physiological laws which are so uni
versally violated by 'air people; that we are
'only prevented by want of space from giving
theta entire._Dia:comments on the command
-4 /tO,:drinie the:sweet," were; in thenisOlvoi a
• ;_inaster/Y &aim= upon:the drinking customs
of society. To that-young mats who'was' then
'111444 to the - commands _of the Gospel in
- the eanctuary, he would appeal not, to enter
• the-saloon and sacrifice his health- loy'glutton
"- butt indulgence, or looking _upon that which,
frbite serpentia Wing like
. Adder." ,; • • ' -,• • '•
" • God's bounty was indeei abundant, but it
_was else true that man's ingenuity to pervert
' its ruses was no less plentiful.: - •
• , :'Bnt there wiestill another and a most im
' portant provision to _be borne in mind, and
that was, - for us r to -(' send portions unto
them for whom nothing is prepared," so that
the7words mightbe fulfilled,- that- " thqy' that
" had much hid nothing over, and they that had
' not had no lack." We need not go far to find
those for whom there was nothiug- provided.
Many in our midetywho had boretefore never
- - - kitoyrtiwant, had now. learned by bitter expert
- ; •", ",e.aoewlikt it wattle be dependent upon the
• - . 'Charity df Others for their daily bread; widowe"
' With their• little onesovith no means of pr0,'16604,th-ern
, '16604 , th - ern from the-wintri-blaMaj mothers
' , • with. their. children - cowering arophdbint who
• in, TAttier.ithing ( hne*affortied them•itipport by . .
• .1 the work of his-liarifiee; -All - this was 4 sad,
gfift.Piqt4F, , e ;and lie would - say, tp this
•:-. - great -ditty4imperative upon the..Clfrhtlanst
all tlmes,:but pre-eminently so hi lise'isiisori
ice now apPrOPPIPIoik-ikP4,4o;vhat,
P) i'egeeelifert, , ; e:-thfe genie - we WeilY
: ` . .;ihoteliotrOvith3lie keepintelflod's ,
ory. ,;•-• '"••
r6C - oninithiderU 42 - 41te at, and
• , - : 1 .440 1 evoittbAed _the etioakor'is: closing lople,
not'ahat kelf4fornjoYitlait4s - the . reitilol.'
ga%: - Is and_ dishonoring. lho
.3•34 : - ';i s eit t Oit , "MOil.'h'idirEigliffilietilkiirtiSitin the
,OiltrOrtt s tAkketiOtt`w4i'4 4 Mil ( 1'4 1 10..
2 ; - -
its'happypossensor to feel that God is his
Father, tluit Olirist is his 'Savionr, and that lie
himself is a sinner in need
joy was adapted alike to adorn the •cot ,ht the
humblest; and the palace of Icings. The "joy
of th e , Lord" in its fullness, constituted the
subject of his peroration, and, wielded as it
wad with a masterly power of theolbgical
erudition, it constituted a fit conclusion to his
able discourse. As an evidence that his ap
peal had not been an ineffectual one, there
'was a very liberal Collection taken up at the
close of the services, in aid of the poor.
In consequence of an unavoidable delay in
the publication of the above synopsis, the
writer has taken 'the liberty of making such
circumstantial alterations , as its delayed ap
pearance seemed to require, and for doing
Which he hopes his manifest motives will be
deemed a sufficient apology. •
IhEIHTATEIttIit9 OP PACP.—The current num
ber-of the-brew York Christian litteltigentyr—
which paper copied from Tim lima into its last
week's number our ,
sketch of Rev. Mr. Taylor, of
this oity,,oll - the death of Dr:Ludlow—this week
anbouncoi two corrections emisstatements of foot
contained in, it : one of which is that Dr. L. did
not ascent the call from the Crown-street Church
in Philadelphia, as was stated in the report; and
soother, that he Married a daughter, not of Judge
James, but of Judge James V. B. Ryley.
The fnlelligtsteer magnanimously exonerates
the reporter's blunders on the score of "hasty
note-taking," and has acted with commendable
promptness In correcting its own error in reprint=
log our blunders. We have endeavored to not
-with equal promptness in giving it the benefit of
these Important corrections.
Tun New Catholic Chapel for the parishioners of
the Cathedral Parish, is very rapidly approaching
to completion, and will, we understand, be opened
for divine service for the first time ,t -morrow
morning, with appropriate ceremonies.
Tnw Lonn's SuPPER.—The sacred ordinance of
the Lord's Supper will be administered in the
First Reformed. Dutch Church of this city—Rev.
A. A. Willits—to-morrow miming ; services com
mencing at 16i-o'clock.
INETALLATION.—The recent inntallation of Rev.
S. M. Woodbridge, D. D., as Professor of Ecclesi
astical history , - . .Pastoral Theology, and Church
Government, yrbioh took place in the Now Bruns
wick Theological Seminary, is said to have boon a
most interesting occasion. The ceromonles, in.
eluding the inaugural addresS by the now Profes
sor, were of m very imposing character.
Rev. I. S. Kalamai, who for some time past has
attros ted considerable attention in religious oi roles,
has resigned his pastorate of the Tromont Temple
Baptist Church, in Boston—to take afford. April 1.
It is stated that he has been reading law the past
few Months with .A prominent member of the Suf
folk bar, and . that he intends to enter upon its
practice at an early day, either in Boston or in
Cerium° Cuoncum—A Bohemian Catholic'
church 3s proposed in Now York city. We aro
informed that the Catholics havo churches on this
continent in which there is preaching in English,
Vionoh, Spanish, Italian, German, Dutch, Bohe
mian, Indian, and oven Chinese.
Rev. Dr. Chandler, of Greenfield, Mass., on
Thanksgiving Day, asked his people to diminish
his salary $lOO the present year, in view of the
hard times; he said he could live upon less than
he now received:. Dia salary was $4OO.
It is Lard to decide which to admire most in this
New England preacher—his manifest plan of eco
nomical living, or his magnanimity in not being
willing ,to receive more than he really needs.
Takifig it all in all, this is certainly a marvelous
Linnet cnunclLL-The First Presbyterian
Church in Baltimore, under the pastorship of the
Roll. Dr., liming,_ has contributed for the past
year, for various benevolent ppurposes, the handsome
sum of twelve thousand dollars
COST OF TEE OLERGY.—It is tabulated that the
clergy cost the United States M,000,000 annually ;
the criminals, $4O 000,000 ; the lawyera, $70,000,-
000; - and liquors; $200,000,000.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT FOR THE
CITY AND COUNTY OP PHILADELPHIA.
JOHN HAVILAND, to nee, T. JOHN D. ESHEII,
March, HA No. Ott,. Von. Exp.
The Auditor appointed to distribute proceeds of gale
under the above Writ of—
' No. 1. All that certain lot or piece of land situated
on the aouthwestwardlyside of Wissahickon road, at the
distance of 300 feetsoutheastwardly, from a thirty-three
feetwide lane, called lane, In the Northern
Liberties township, now in the city et Philadelphia,
containing In breadth on said road 100 feet; thence ex
tendingeoutistrestwani between parallel lines at right
angles with the said road 240 feet.
N 0.2. Ales, all thateertain tract orplece of land situate
on the sonthwestriardly side of thelYlasahickon or Ridge
turnpike road, in Penn township, now in the clay of
Philadelphia, beginning at a post on the side of a two
perch wide lane, commonly called 511011 n's lane, which
extends from the said road to a landing-place on the
Schuylkill river; thence by the said Mifflin's lane south
53 degrees 20 minutes west 57 perches and seven-tenths
tea post corner of Matthias llarrison'S allotment; thence
by the same north26degrees 40 minutes, weed 61 perches
and one half to a post; thence by the hereinafter de
scribed tract north 53 degrees 20 minutes, east 53 per
-0)0 and a half to a postnn the aide of the said Wiese
hickon road; thence by thesame south 34 degrees, east
51 perches sad two-tenths of a perch, and south 40 de
.grace, east 10 perches and four-tenths of a perch to the
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 south westwardly side of
the Said Whelablekon or Ridge turnpike road aforesaid,
beginning at a. corner of tho above-described tract;
thence running along the true course of said road north
27 degrees and a half, west 16 perches and mghty-five
htualredths parte of a porch to a corner of land granted
to George'lleck; thence by the said Beck's land south
59 degrees ands half, west 48 perches and six-tenths of
perch to a corner of land held by William Rattle
and Jonathan Williams, in. trust for Catharine Price
and her children; thence by the Ramo south 4 degrees
and a „quarter, east 21 perches and twenty-five.hun
dredths parte of a perch to a corner of the above-de
:scribed tract, six feet eonthiest of a white oak sapling
thel line of the above-described tract; thence along
, the said Ilan° north •50 degrees and a ludf, east 98
perches and eighty . ..five-hundredths parts of a perch to
the place of beginning,containing 6 acres and 19 perches
upland. ; , .
.1 No. 4. Ales, all- that certain meesnage or tenement
and lot or place of ground, situate, lying, and being In
.tad Northern Libertlea, now In the city of Philadelphia.
beginning at a stake by the side of a strip of ground left
fora road; theettendigbyland form:rp , = .briein t miiout f BBdevee%e.ji
peleitarnd aia-tentba of a perch to a etake; thence
land sold by Frederick Dover awl wife to Benjamin Key-
Am north 60 degrees. east 18 perches to another stake
thence by land formerly of - Michael °lingo:tan north 39
degrees, west 41 perches and four-tenths of a perch to
the aide of the ground left open for a road u aforesaid;
'thence alongside of said road south 50 degrees, west 18
c ram to the place of beginning; containing 6 acre, of
No. 5. Also, a certain lot or piece of land situate for.
snarly In the Northern Liberties, but now in the city of
Philadelphia, on the southeastwardly side of a certain
lane, called fitandley , s lane, bounded' and described as
followeth, agreeable to survey lately made thecae( by
Robert Brook, surveyor., viz: Beginning at a stone • at
the aide of Standlers lane • thence wally by another
.piece of laud, belonging to t ' he maid George Either, and
by other land , late of Jasper Morten, decease-It, south
52 degrees, treat ll' perches and 5 . 10 of a perch to a
thence. by other lend of the said George Esher,
-north 39 degrees, 15 minutes, west 60 perches and 9-10
of a perch, to a stone In the side of the said lane ,•
thence' alongside of said lane, north 69 degrees, emit
ll perches and 6-10 to the place of beginning.
No. 0 - Also, all that tenement and tract or parcel of
land, sitnate,lying, and being In the Northern Liberties,
now In the - city of Philadelphia, beginning at a pos t
standing on the northeast side of Wissahickon road, a
earner of land late of Peter Turner; thence by the same
land north 63 degrees 20 minutes, east 23 perches 7 feet
and 4 inches to another post; thence north 37 degrees
40 minutes, west 64 perches and 4-10 of a perch, to an
•other post; thenoo.by land late of Joshua Fisher south
63 degrees 20 minutes, west 29 perches and 4-10 of a
perch, to another - post standing on the side of Wissa
hickon road aforesaid, and thence by the same road 40
degrees, east 84 perches 7 feet 8 inches, to tho place of
- beginning; containing 11 acres and 37 porches—will
,attend to the duties of his appointment on WEDNES
DAY,- December 18th; 1857, at 4 o'clock,' P: M., at hie
°Mee; at the southeast corner of EIGHTH. and LOCUST
Streets, when and where all persons interested are re.
gutted to make their claims, or be debarred from codling
lu upon said fund.
decs-410t • DANIEL DOUGIIERTT, Auditor.
DIANIAL-11. ERDMAN vs. REBECCA
ERDMAN—U, - C. P., Dec. T., 1861, No. 47, Alias
Sop , '57, No. 14.
• And now, December 4,, 1867, on motion of Daniel
Dougherty, attorney for libellant, Rule granted to show
canoe why a Divorce should not be granted from. the
bonds - of matrimony, returnable SATURDAY, Decent.
ber 10. Rebecca Erdman please take notice of the
above Rule, - DANIEL DOUGHERTY,
dell, 12, 16,11-]t Attorney for Libellant,
ESTATE OF_ EZRA B. LEEDS, doe'd---
Notice Is hereby given that the widow of sold de
cedent has presented to the Orphans' Court, an Inven
tory and epprainement of the property. She has elected
to retain lender the set of April 14, 1851, and nubile ex
ceptions be filed before FRIDAY, December 18,1807, at
10 o'clock -A.111., the Came will be allowed and ap
proved by the Coart. CEO. It. EARLII,
n25-w 8.2144 Attorney for Widow.
ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
against, or indebted to WHARTON LEWIS, Esq.,
late of the city of Philadelphia, are requested tp pro.
sent and pay tic same, without delay, to the subscriber,
to whole letters of administration with the alit an
tiered, have been' granted by the Register Of Wills of
Philadelphia county. EDWARD WALN,
deb-s6t* • No. 702 WALNUT Street.
NOTIOE.—WHEREAS HENRY WHITE
'arld'Jatnea Stevens late copartners, trading as
White, Stevens, Sc - Co., did, on the eleventh day of No •
vediber, A. D. 1857., make and execute a general 8R-
Bignment, to the undersigned, in tenet, far the benefit
of their creditors, which said assignment is duly re
corded at Philadelphia, all persons Indebted to said
assignors will make payment to
• ISAAC S. WATERSIAN, Assignee,
nol4 am:v.6w* N. W. corner Second & Arch ate.
AA lIDITOWS NOTICE.—ESTATE' OF
ABRAHAM L. 310YElt, and Wife, assigned for
benefit of, creditors.
The undersigned, Auditor appointed by the Court of
Common Pleas of idontgomery county, to make distri
bution of the balance appearing on the account filed by
'Henry fleMiller, assignee of ARRAIKABI L. MOYER
and Wife, for the benefit of creditors, among the per
sons legally entitled thereto, will attend to the dutiful
of his appointment, at his °Mee, in, the borough of
NORRISTOWN, in said county, on WEDNESDAY, the
30th day of December, 1857, at 10 'clock A. PC, when
and where all persons interested may attend.
de74n4t B. P. lIANCIOOK, Auditor.
HALL OF ST. JAMES THE LESS,
- NEAR FALLS OW SCHUYLKILL,
SELECT BOARDING SCHOOL FOR BOYS.
RZENHENOIS : Toe Br. Boy. ALONZO Yorren.
The Rector, Rev. B. It 811YSEE, may be seen every
WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, from 8 to 5 &sleek, at
I.IOOKEIt'S 'Bookstore, 8. W. corner EIGHTH and
CHESTNUT, where also circulars mai be obtained.
Address Ray. D, R. 82dYSE11,
dB.2es Falls of tehuyiktil, Philadelphia.
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- - - • ,
1 (WO BOXES OF AMERICAN WYN-'
BOXES QLA00,44%11 mires and qualities,
for ease at lowest prices. -
Our assortment Ia complete, end are daily receiving
fresh lots from the Kensington Glass Werke.
Sheets & Duffy's make superior to any to the market'
an to brilliancy and regular thickness, equal to French
We are now receiving two.thirds of the Glass rusdf at
2,000 boxes French Glass of all sizes.
4,000 feet Rough Glass for skilled+.
5,000 feet Engraved and Enamelled Obese, of altpaq
White bead, French and American Zinc, Palate, &c.
100 000 lbs White f.ead.
50,000 Ibe French Zino (Vieille Montagne).
75,000 lbs American Zinc.
Brown Zinc, a full supply.
Chrome Green, a fall supply.
Chrome Yellow, a fell supply
Prussian Blue, a tall stipyly.
Paris Green; a full supply,
Address your orders to ,
ZIEGLER & SMITH,
Wholesale Drugglati and Manufacturer',
Sole Proprietors of the Penns. Stearn Color Works
Store S. W. corner SECOND and GREEN Btreete,
Philadelphia. den tf
3„17 , e . 1 121 BRANDY.—Pure
0 . — w
tr O .
1 :e - r
for weak lungs and general deWhty of the age ' • a sure
cure for Dyspeptic, whether' acute or chronic, Low
Spirits, kc. Price $1 25bottle, or $10.50 per dozen.
Warranted pure. Import ed expressly for ue, " Sole
Agents' , (or the United. States.
ZIEGLER & SMITH,
Wholesale Druggists, S. W. cor Second and Green.
We refer, by permission, to the following members of
the Medical faculty, as to the purity and chemical
standard of this Brandy:
0. P. Keithline, M. D.. Fourth, above Tamany.
Chas. U. Taylor, H. D., Fourth, above Brown.
Chao. B. Roberta, H. D., Third, below Franklin.
Wilson F. Vasey, M. D., Fourth, above Thompson.
J. K. Knorr, M. D., Front, above Poplar. doll•tf
DISSOLUTION OF CO-PARTNERSHIP.
—The co•partnerehip heretofore existing between
the undersigned, under the firm of Lawrence, Stone, Jr
Co , in Boston, New York, and Philadelphia, to thin day
dissoteed. Signed, SAMUEL LAWRENCE,
WSt W. STONE,
HENRY T. JENKINS,
0. El, PERRY.
Dec. Ist, 1857
William W. Atone and Henry T. Jenkins will con.
tinue the Commission Business at No 41 Broadway, in
the city of New York, underliat dem of Reno & Jen.
kins. • de9.6t-31f
(libidos anb Gaiiia illlare
CALL AND BED
Ever exhibited iu
TUX NTT Or
Which will be sold
OW at exceedingly
ISARXSEN k WITTE)S,
718 CHESTNUT ST
TAMES H. BRYSON'S BOOK AND JOB
PRINTING ROOMS, S. North SIXTH Street, &at
above Market, Philadelphia. Blanks, Cards, Bill.
Heads, Pamphlets, and general Printing attended to.
Binding attended to in connection with printed bead
Inge of Blanks anti Receipts. d2-tf
In EVANS,-10,000—PRISTED41 A
D Cards vie hour!
T. Pr ass that ••• over lookat 11, Ow Ahab .0113,1 o ," A
D riaddiki. rd...., 0.14. A 01) .. ...
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ja. EabilAka. 1.
f 0,0 A . MA. Oda and Oimit. D
L -01010.°° TAD IlAand CAA pr IkArAl E
43,.. - Ile way tat o,le—t Jf Paco pally reduAd
8 I ID
(sr• XVII, VOILTIST Si T. bhiow Ch .tnut. ,
111 TON iIIIZ 3 OF
The Glenwood Cemetery Co. have determined to sell
the lots in their Cemetery at
The present prices for cash. By this reduction come
of the most eligible Lots will be sold at
Only 300 Into will be disposed of at these ratee, and
the opportunity is offered until January let, 1858. Ap-
Fly at the Oleo, No. 934 WALNUT STREET. below
jotels antt ifiestaurattte
M ERcli zioriir y l oVa T A L Altzir
Anon, 14 ,
MoSIBBEN & BONS, Palmy Ton
TONES ' B
ANOII STREET SALOONS,
727 and 729 ARCH STREET
The Holidays are close at hand, and Jones's Arch
street Saloon is prepared for the immense demand that
will be made upon It for CONFECTION&
CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR'S CANDIES
lIIPORTED EXPRESSLY FOR THE PREISEXT SEASON!
, }lvory variety of Bon Bons, Pantiles, Bourbon Drops,
new style of Gunlifrops, Bari Sucre Drops, Vangliterre
Hon Bons, and every'varlety rare and costly candies
manufactured In Paris.
for Presents, all sizes and PATTERNS of Ornamental
Roles, Pyramids, Ribbon Ties filled with the choicest
varletg eConfectlons, and slaying in price from One
Dollar up to Fifty Dollars. Some of three Boxes are the
MOST SUPERS SPECMDES OF FANCY WORE AND .11ATTIC
DEMON EVEn OFFERED IS THIS COUNTRY.
To the Ladies, as well u to the whole public, TOMB'S
Saloons are the meet attractive in the City, and in
splendor of adornment and finish are 'superior to any In
BREAKFASTS, DINNERS, AND SUPPERS,
Served up [tithe choicest and most expeditions stgle.
FRUIT OF ALL KINDS,
ICE CREAMS, JELLIES, GAME, AND OYSTERS,
Constantly ready for visitors In profusion.
PLAIN, FANCY, AND ORYANENTAL
CAKES AND PIES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
NEW YORK TEA BISCUIT'
And, In fact, alt the VARIETIES, LUXURIES, and
DELICACIES of every clime and country.
BALLS PRIVATE PARTIES, Presentation Suppers,
and Families supplied at the shortest notice and on
A continuance of the patrointife ' hitherto so liberally
bestowed by the public is respectfully solicited.
'des-tf R. ji JONES, Proprietor.
PETRY BROTHERS* ,
237 South THIRD Etreet,. opposite the new Penney
VITA& Railroad Office.
We continuo to keep our place no a first-class Restau
rant, with every convenience in regard to private
We have also made arrangements to servo In our com
modious Basement a variety of well-prepared Cold and
Warm Mlles, at pt ices to suit and answer the exigen
cies or the times.
Our Wines and Upore are not surpassed ty any in
the city. '
SON, Wild Ducks, Turkeys, (berm, Grouse, Fresh
Salmon, Chincatique, OpittchNue, Princess Bay,
com, and Cove Oysters, with every variety of CAME,
wild or domestic, In season. Green Turtle Soup and
Terrapin Suppers served up at lies shortest notice, at
JOIIN CAMPBELL'S, No, 527 CHESTNUT street, op.
polite the Mato House.
N.B.—No expense or pains has been spared by the
Proprietor in titling up this new establishment In the
most sumptuous manner—the second story being for
the accommodation of Private Parties for Dinners,
s'• Entrance for Ladles towards BIM street,
WILLIAM BANNING'S CITY LAGER
BEER SALOON, No. 232 Outer'. Alley, Phil'
MoGOWAN'S RESTAURANT, SOUTH
west corner of BROAD and WALNIIT.—Oame
end all other delicacies in season. Fsmittoe so_pplied
with Oyeterson the shortest notice. eep7-Tra
91ttorttepa at Eatu
THOMAS F. GOODE•
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Boydton, Atechtenturg County, Yu ,
Attends to professional business In the Courts of htech
leuburg, Lunenburg, MIMI, and Charlotte counties.
Shapleigh & Rue, Philadelphia.
Baptist & White, New York.
Lanier, Bro., & Co., Baltitiore.
alnytb, Roue, & Ranks, Petersburg, Vs.
Ado & Gray, Richmond, Ya. tocttl-wits,dm
LE WI S S. WE L L,S, ATTORNEY AT
LAW, N 0.2 AIRY STMIRT, NORRISTOWN, Pa.,
sill attend with punctuality, and to the best or his
ability, to all business entrusted to his care. ,
DANIEL DOUGHERTY, ATTORNEY
AT LAW, Southetted earner of NIGHTLI and
MT fittest. Phllsdaltdils anl•ly
YER STU° USE, ATTORNEY AT
tV.R. LAW, OENTAlLstrest, Pottsville, Ps. sti4-1y
UNITED STATES POST-OFFICE, IN
THE CITY OP - PHILADELPHIA.`
SEALED PROPOSALS, for supplying materials and
Workmanship required bathe erection and construction
of a Post-office building In the City of Philadelphia,
for the United States Ptiftt-otilee Department, wilt be re
calved • at the Mace of file undersigned, Commissioner
for the building, No. SOS South FOURTH Street, on or
before the twelfth day of December nest.
Contracts, will be' awarded only to masier-bullders
and mechanics.' Rueh'Prnposal urast be atcompanied
bye written guarantee,'lfigned by two responsible per.
sons, to the effect that thebidder, will, when required,
if his proposal' bo accepted, enter into a contract and
bond with proper and sufficient see nrieties for its faith
Plans and specifications for the building can be seen
upon application at the office of the Architect John
McArthur, Jr., No. lb Mercantile Library Building,
where everylnforwation respecting materials and work
manship will be given.
The Proposals must be sent to the office Of the Corn
m'ssioner, and addressed to John Rice, and endorsed
"Proposals fur the United States Post-oMce at Phila.
delphia," and will bo opened at noon of the lest-named
day for receiving the same. JOUN RICE,
FVHE ADAMS EXPRESS CO., OFFICE,
320 CHESTNUT STREET, forwards PARCELS,
PACKAGES, lIEREIGANDIZE, BANK NOTES an d
SP E CIE, either by Its own LINES, or in connection
with other EXPRESS COMPANIES, to all the principal
TOWNS and CITIES of the United States.
E. B. SANDFORD.
FDUBLIU LAMP S.- PI7BLIC IS
reepectfully informed that Ofilces have been opened
by the District Superintendents of Phblici Lighting, at
which citizens are requested to give information respect
ing accidents which may happen to the Public Lamps; or
of any failure lu lighting or extinguishing them at the
proper, time; •or if' not properly cleaned and in good
lighting conditlen. The Books• will be kept by Joseph
Bally, No. sea Wharton et., Pint Ward; UharlesOarty,
Supt. of 2d district; No. S Raines at. above Sixth; Ulram
G. Ifirk, No. 1422 Uutchineon etreet; Twentieth Ward;
32.1 W. Deshong, No. 22310oatea creet,lifteenth Ward;
Ilowlby, Gas Office; Twenty4ourth Ward (West
Philadelphlai) 14. Aliradden, Os% ',went:.
Second' Ward,' (Germantown;) B. Mirka, Gas
Office r Twenty-Third 'Ward Ofrankford4 and at the
Gas Mace in Seventh Watt, beta* Market.
By otder 'if the Trestles of the Philadelphie Gas
Works. • - -, A. J. RITN,
ool•Ont Onpirintehdent of Distribution.
DOSIN.--600BA I MELS SOAPSIAKERS
.2.101.001N0n 'lOll4 per schooner 11. Vlannez
'bride 111 , , ' - NMIN MACAMTIIII,
' 110 Norti !NW West.
AtDRAM r SLAOIC, , ---ENGRAVING, DIE
Vatiol ,ind 'Embossed Printing, Envelope end
Seal P as Stenutintory, 87 Strawberry Street, between
Seem! and Tfitti, and Market midi Chestnut Street,
Phlladelpbm, Pa.• ' aul24y
fitORGHUM, or CHIN.
1,3 REBDr2S 4110:m1R f'pr sale by
CROMMIAIM PEIRCE, & CO
4. x101.04( • i`bz.. ,
Iltllaw&re aye me,
FIIHE BRITISH AND NORTH ANEW
AL HAN ROYAL, MAIL STEAMSHIPS.
?ROW NC!' YORK TO I.I.TORPOOL
Chief Cabin Paesaga
Second Cabin Plumage
rams 3001014 10 Livearoot.
Chief Cabin Passage $llO
Second Cabin Paaaage 60
The ship from Boston call at Halifax.
PERSIA, Capt. Adkins. CANADA, Capt. Lang.
ARABIA, Capt. J. Stone. l AMERICA, Oapt,Wickman
ASIA, Capt. E. 0 Lott. NIAGARA, Oapt.ltyrie.
AFRICA, Capt. Shannon. EUROPA, Capt. J. Leitch.
These visuals carry a clear white light at mast-head ;
green on starboard bow ; red on port bow.
AFRICA, Shannon, leave N York, Wednesday, Dee. 0.
AMERICA, Lott, ii Boston Wednesday, 800. 10.
EUROPA, Leitch, ii N.Yorll,Wadoesday, Dec. 29.
CANADA, Lang, si Boston, Wednesday, Dee. 30.
PERSIA, Judkim, i i N.York, Wedneeday, Jan om
NI AG ARA, Wickman, Boston,Wed nesday, J an, 13 , 14
AFRICA, Shannon, i. N.York,Wedneaday. Jan. 20.
Berths not Retired until paid for.
' • An experienced Surgeon on board.
The owners of these Ships will net be accountable for
Gold, Silver, Bullion, Specie, Jewelry, Precious Stones
or Metals, tiniest' Mlle of lading are Malted therefor and
the value thereof therein expressed.
For freight or passage apply to
deli.) , E. OUNA.RD, 4 Bowling Green, N. York.
' , pox SAN FRANCISCO.-CLIPPER 51 1
.a.• SATURDAY, December 19th.—The uusurpaseed
clipper ship TWILIGHT, GATRA, Command er. Olipper . of THURSDAY, December filth.—The msg.
niticeut* 1 clipper chip LOOK OUT, 1 1 / 3 111.T0N, COM
Both of thee° celebrated ships are now loading in
New York, and will sail me above.
For freight, at New York rates, apply to
1118110 P, SIMONI3, &
deB 120 (late 86) NORTH WIIARYItB.
CRAMER 10. The Packet Ship PHILADRIs.
PHIA, Capt. Onsatse P. Poore, will sail as above.
Cabin passage. $BO
Second cabin no
Second Cabin and Steerage Puseugere found with
Provisions, according to the American passenger act.
For freight or passage, apply to
THOS. RICHARDSON & CO.
Drafts on the Agents in Ruins to suit, from .E 1
SAVANNAH STEAMSHIP LINE.
In consequence of the depressed state of trade, the
above ships will be withdrawn for the present.
October,l6th. A. HERON, Jr.
Prom Now York for South- Prom Southampton and
amtitoo and Havre. Havre for New York.
Saturday Out. 24 Saturday Nov. 14
Saturday Deo. S Saturday Dec. 28
Price of Passage—First cabin, $100,4 aocond cabin,
$55 Specie delivered inLondon and Paris. Por freight
or passage apply to D. TORRANCE, Agent,
No. 5 Dowling preen, New York.
Letters for England and Europa, pre-paid, 25 cents
each half ounce, (by encloaure of postage stamps if from
other cities,) will bo received at No. 5 Bowling-green,
New York, up to 11) o'clock on the morning of sail
FOB. ENGLAND AND FEANCE,IB67.
New York and Ilavre Steamship Company.—The
United States Mail Steamships ARAGO, 2,600 tons,
David Linea, commander, and FULTON, 2600 tons,
James A. Wotton, commander, will leave New York,
liana and Southampton, for the years 1857 and MI, on
the following days:
LiLYS KZ!! TOIL
Fulton, Saturday, Ant. 22 Arago, Saturday, lan, 0
Arago, do. Sept. 10 Fulton, do. Feb. 0
Fulton, do. Oct. 17 Arago, do. March 0
Arago, do. Nov. 14 Fulton, do. April 8
Fulton, do. Deo. 12 Arno, do. May 1
Fulton, do. May 20
Arno, Tuesday, Aug. 23
Fulton, do. Bept. 22
drag°, do. Oct. 20
Fulton, do. Nor. 17
Arago, do. Deo. 16
Fulton, do. Jan. 12 'Fulton, -
Arago, do. Feb. 9 Arago,
Fulton, do. March 9 Fulton,
Arago, do. April 6 Arago,
Fulton, do. May 4 Fulton,
Arno, do. June 1 Arago,
Talton, do. Juno 29 Fulton,
PllO6 01 //MUM .
Prom New York to Southampton or Haas—Bird
0010, $lBO ; 800ond Cabin, $75.
From havoc or Southampton to New York—Thal
Cabin, 809 fraca; Second Cabin, 600 franca.
freight or , apply to
AIORTI,IIIM 4 I':UNGSTON, Agent, 7 Broadway.
WILLIAM ISELIN, " Haste.
OROBKEY & CO., " South'ton
EXpRESS AND EX. Parts.
CHANGE CO. auB
THE NEW ' ORK AND LIVERPOOL
lINITRD BTATEB MAIL BTRAMERS.—The Maps
ooluposing this Line are :
The ATLANTIC, Capt. Oliver Midge.
The BALTIC, Capt. Joseph Comstock.
The ADRIATIC, Capt. Janice West.
„iThese ships have been built by contract, expressly for
uovenameat service; every care 121.8 been taken in their
construction, as also in their engines, to ensure strength
and speed, and their accommodations for passengers are
imeostalled for elegance and comfort.
Trice of passage from New York to Liverpool, in first
eabln, $130; in second do., $76; from Liverpool to New
York, SO and TO guineas. No berths gummed unless paid
for. The ships of this line have Improved water-tight
bulk heads. -
PROPOSED DATES OF fIAILINII.
/MOW MZW Toga. Plea LITZIWOOL..
Saturday, June 28, 1857 Wedneeday, June 24, 1867
Saturday, Jul 4, 1857 Wednesday, July 8,, 1857
Saturday, Jul ;Y 18, 1857 Wednesday, July 22, 1857
Saturday, Aug. 1, 1857 Wednesday, Aug. 5, 1857
Saturday, Aug. 16, 1867 Wednesday, A.ug. 19, 1857
Saturday, Sept. 12, 1657 Wednesday, Sept. 2, 1857
Saturday, Sept. 26, 1857 Wednesday, Sept.Bo, 1857
Saturday, Oct. 10, 1867 Wednesday, Oct. 14, 1867
Saturday, Oot. Si 1857 Wednesday, Oct. 28, 1887
Saturday, Nov. 7. 1857 Wednesday, Nov. 11; 1587
Saturday, Nov. 21, 1867 Wednesday, Nov. 26, 1857
Saturday, Deo. 6, 1867 Wednesday, Deo. 9, 1257
Wednesday, Deo. 22, 1861
F egrtall i t z , or pau ag pp y
K.00L;:1170, I Nr. 66 Well street, N. Y.
DROWN, SUIPLEY A 00., Liverpool.
STEPIIEN KENNARD Is bO., 27 Austin inure,
D. 0. WAINWRIOIIT Is 00., Pule.
The owners of these ships will not be teoountable for
gold, sliver, bullion, specie, jewelry.pr *clone Atones or
metals unless bills of lading t:s I. f nod therefor, and
the value thereof expreesed therein aul-tf
GREAT REDUCTION IN FARE TO EU
First Cabin 00 1 Second Cabin 150
In the fire...class paddlewheel atearusLip ADRIEL,
2,000 tone, 0. D. LUDLOW, Commander, and NORT H
S T AR, 2,500 tone, P. N. LIMAS, to sail from pier No.
3 North River, at noon precisely, carrying the UNITED
STATES MAILS, 'ls:
Leave N. York fort I
Southampton, lie.. Bremen for 1 Southampton
vre and Bremen. Southampton for New York.
Ariel, Saturday, Oct. 31. Wede'day, Nov. 4.
N. Bat'y, Oct. 31. Saturday, Nov. 23. Weds'd'y Dec. BO
These fawners touch at I.IAYRIS. Specie dellvored
in London and Paris. For passage and freight, apply
to 1). TORRANCE, Agent, No. 6 Bowling Wein, New
IRISH AND SCOTCH WHISKEY,
Wholesale and Retail,
By lIUDIL BARR,
GOVERNMENT HOUSE, corner or
FRONT and WHARTON Streets,
(motile the Navy Yard,)
BRANDIES. --(g Pinet Castilloo,"ikarett,
and other Cognacs of varlous In half
plpee and quarter ke ; Yellevoleln Beild Brandies,
pale and dark, in half pipes, half caskl,loBl2llll.eighth
rule. Imported and for sale by
HENRY 1101113a4 k- CO.,
6022 221 and 222 South Fourth street.
ALEXANDER V. HOLMES, WINE AND
LIQUOR STOUR, No. 226, Southeast Corner o
GEORGIC and SOUTU Streets. aul•IT
I. LEWIS, IMPORTER AND DEALER
v. IN /INN WINES, LIQUORS, MARS, &e., Ze
Swab PIPTH Street, Philadelphia, aul•ly
BEANDIES.—Pinet, Cast'lion Sc Co., Ma
rett & Co., and other brands of Cognacs of various
vintages, In half pipes and quarter casks ; Pellevoisin
Rochelle Brandies, pale and dark, to hall pipes, quarter
cash mud one-eighth casks, all in Custom Rouse adores,
Imported and for milt) by
HENRY BOHLEN 4. CO.,
au B Nos. 221 and 22.3 South Fourth street.
DITHIEAR & BUTZ, PORTER, ALE
AND LAGER BEER BREWERY, No. 620 (new
No. 008) North TUIRD Street, Yhtladelpitto.--Shlpplor
orders .root 41 attended to. aul-tt
BOOTS AND SHOES.—The subscriber
has on hand a large and. carted stock of BOOTS
and SHOES, which he will sell at the lowest iiricee.
OEO. W. TAYLOR,
no2l-ly S. E. corner FIFTH and MARKET Ste.
LALL STOCK OF BOOTS AND SHOES.
—JOSEPH H. THOMPSON & 00. No. 814 MAR
KET Street, and Nos. 8 and 6 FRANELIN PLACE,
have new In shad a large and well-assort Moth of
BOOTS and SHOES, of Oily and Eastern manufacture,
which they offer for sale on thoh.imatiernia for Cash, or
on the usual credit.
Buyers are Invited to call &A slazatne`ihoir Stook.
NOTICE TO CONSIGNEES.
/I The ship PIIILAULPIIIA, from Liverpool, is
now disoharging under general order, et 13111PPEN
EITItIIET WHARF. Consignees will please stood to
receipt of their goods.
no2l VIOL .11I011ARDSON & 00.
"NOTICE TO CONSIGNEES. The Alp
J.l PUILADELPIIIA, Captain Pool, from Liverpool,
is 110111 ready to discharge at 810pm/street wharf. Con
signee,' will pleaso deliver their penults to the Custom
house alter on board. All goods not pernilted In live
diva will be sent to public store.
nolli TIIOBI4I ItrOIIARDSON & CO.
COACII, ENGINE AND HOTEL LAMP
Factory of E. W US:HIBBS, N 0.109 (late 43) South
EIGHTH, below Ohrstnut street, has become a saving
of 50 percent , to our SOUTHERN AND WESTERN
bIEROPIAN TB, and also the convenience of Ear Mg their
old Carriage Lampe new silver topped and bottomed,
end ant by airman to all parts. won ly
1 - 10TTON-2119 bolos good Middling to Mid
A./ Ming lair Oottonon /nor* and for solo by
MARTIN & 11AVALIBTXR,
001 110 North Water otroot.
QTORAGE on SECOND and , T Rlit D
YIAXMIS too be bad at 119 North Wet street.
Apply to MARTIN tt MAOALIBTER. • 0023
CHARLES P. CALDWELL—Wholesale
V rasa Retail WillariiimiVANll Muni!gainer, No. d
No °UAW AwOd. Lod
MANILLA ROPE.--SUPERIOR MA
VILLA ROPE, nuinursotuted and for Ws by
WEAVER, PITLER & 00.,
ant-ir No. SR N Warne at.. and 7I N Whatvoi
5,.000 TONS of tarronELL & OR OAS
dalo'n Improved auper.PIIO9FIIATII OF
LINN, for sale by OItOASDALI P.E1C07,1 lc CO
noukr No. 104 N.
, Delaware avenue.
SPIRITS TIMPENTIN.E-200 tobla Spirit
Turpentine, to anion, for sate by
inl 110 North VlNter street.
/E LOOMS RANGE.—SOLD BY CHAD
• • Arum h nitco. W 2 N. SZOOND St sulS-9m
pp US 8I A AND AMERICAN 'TAURRD
001tDAUIL—a superior article, tuanufacture
as for sale by WAVER, idITLER k go.,
ih u 14r tic,. 2 N, Water it &1q td..Wikayng,
STATE OF GEORGIA
.5, comukauder, 6,208 tons,
Arago, Wednesday, Aug. 26
Fulton, do. Sept.=
Arago, do. Oct. 21
Fallon, do. Nov. 18
Arturo, do ; Deo. 16
do. Jan. 18
do. Feb. 10
do. Mar. 10
do. April I
do. Mny 6
do. June 2
do. Jane 84
Wines nub Kiquore.
Paolo artb Elhare.
Notice to Consignees,
THE BEST ASSORTMENT or LEHIGH
AND 201/17YLKILL COAL la at
II DORMAN'S YARD, '
BROAD STREET, above Vim
Sold at reduced prices. 011 arid see. 0c31.6ff
224 A LBS. IS A TON.—BITTERS
and mummers are Invited to examine our
stock of uLEIIION LOCUST MOUNTAIN and BLACK
HEATH COAL , ' Our Coal is selected expressly for
family uso; being carefully screened, we will warrant it
free from elate and dust. uWe sell 2240 lbs.," being
u 240 lbs. more , ' than sold by retell dealers, at . 4 25 cent,
len per MIL' ,
Also. on band a hill supply of BROAD TOP BITU..
MINOWI COAL" for Oteam.generatlng, Blacksmlthing,
and Holling.mill purposes. This Coil cannot be ex.
Yards, BROAD and VINB—Big Big% "2230 M. 111
A TON. [OOB-3m) LEICIIITON & CO,
CoALI COAL I COAL I—TAGGART'a
CELEBRATED SPRING MOUNTAIN LEIIIOR
J. & R. CARTER'S GREENWOO D, TAMAQUA COAL
GEORGE W. SNYDER'S PINE SOREST SCRUM
RANDALL & MEREDITH
Have for aale, and are constantly receiving from
above celebrated Collieries,
COAL OF ALL SIZES.
There is no Coal mined anywhere, equal la quality
these and a trial will convince any one of their great
superiority.. Our Coal le very carefully screened at our
yards, and we will warrant It perfectly free from slate,
duet and all impurities. Our PRICES areas LOW as the
Orders left at our Office, No. 161 1101:1111 FRONT
street, above Walnut.
Orders left at our Yard, CALLOWIIILL street, Dalai
Orders left at our Wharf, WATKR street, above CAL.
LOY7IIILL—or mint to either place per Despatch Poet,
will receive prompt attention.
Purchasers for Faintly use will do well to call and ex
amine our Coal before purchasing elaewhere. sue-Of
SCHUYLKILL AND LEHIGLE GOAL.-
I am daily receiving, at my yard, the best quality o.
SCHUYLKILL AND LEHIGH COAL. lily customers,
and all others who may favor me with their orders, may
rely on getting. Coal that will be satiafactory to them.
No Inferior Coal kept at this establishment to
offer at LOW PRIORS.
N. X. corner of Broad and Cherry SU
'LEHIGH AND SCHUYLKILL COAL.—
-RA DALY, PORTIRN & CO., COAL DIALERS, No.
$2l PRIME Otreet, above Eighth, keep constantly on
hand, at the very lowest rates, • full supply of Lehigh
and Schuylkill Coal. an I.om
JOHN P. DOHERTY,
TOSIIISELT WITII KELLY & E60T1761,
LATE WITH LUKENS, KELLY, & CO.,
814 CHESTNUT STREET, ABOVE EIGWTH,
Hue now with him the best Tai tors that aro engaged
in the business in this country.
CHARLES ROTH, formerly the loading tailor of this
city ; M. KAYSER, formerly cutter for C. Roth & Co.,
and late Coat and Veat cutter with Lukens, Belly, &
Co.; HENRY WAOSER, the best Pants and Vest cutter
in the United States, for years cutter with Depierris,
under tho Irving House, Broadway, and with Depierris
& Pettus, under the St. Nicholas llotel, 'Broadway.
The most unremitting attention paid to the wishes o
all who patronize the establishment.
The beet of Olothes made at moderate prices JOT
credit, Ivo prices for writ. 0c134(
JAMES SHERIDAN, MERCHANT
TAILOR, Nos. 16 and 18 South NINTH STREET,
A large and well selected stook of CLOTHS and
oessimEßES always on band.
All Clothing mode at this Establishment will be of
the best quality, and In the most fashionable style.
Partioulsr attention glean to UNIFORM OLOTLI
QHAR PE 'S MEN'S AND BOYS'
CLOTHING, 148 North 10011TH Street, between
Arch end Ham autt-ly
I file H. CHASE & CO.
COMMISSI G ON N MERCHANTS,
43 North YRIRIT and 44 WATER Street, Philadelphia.
Oa eonsignment from the interior or Paucity Weals,
where our new Cleaning Mill Is now In general gee.
J 7 Also, TIMOTHY AND RED TOP lawny' on
HANDY' Ec BRENNER—COMMISSION
MERCHANTS and Dealers In Foreign and Ame
rican HARDWARE and CUTLERY, Non 23, 25 and 27
Worth FIFTH Btreet, Put Aldo above Commerce street,
CHARLES TETE, COMMISSION MER
CHANT and Importer of HAVANA MARS,
(New)l3B Walnut street. second Mary. aul-ly
Mobacto anb erigaro
HAVANA CIGARS—A handsome as ort
mint, suck II
rre,. Lopes, Union Americana,
°Mau, Flora Cubans, too., an,
Ste., In X, X, 1.6 and 1-10 lea of all aizes and quali
ties, In atOte and oonatantly receiving, and for sale low,
by CHARLES TETS, -
(now) 138 WALNUT Street,
sal-ly below Second, second story
VIGARD, CABANAS AND PARTAGAS
131KIARB.—A choice Invoice of these celebrated
brands on board brig "Neer Era, ,, daily expected from
Havana, and for sae low, by CIIARLES TETE,
(New) 138 Walnut street, below Second,
sal Second [Story.
B. KITE & 00.
A-41. FURNITURE, BEDDING, &e.
No. 413 (Wong) WALNUT et.,
A new and superior style of Bpriug Beds. iladelphi
LYDIA B. HIM JOBlll2 WALTOIt
Eionp nub danbleo
SOAP AND CANDLES.
1010 VA L from 187 SOUTII FOURTH STREET,
to my Manufactory, 10 and 14 RELIEF STREET, tw
tweeu Lombard and South, and Prort sod Second
Thankful to my nomeroue Wend. for their prat (afore,
I solicit a continuance of the same, having enlarged my
manufactory so an to eaable me to have constantly on
hand a fare stock of well.seasoned Soap', free from
This Oil; Palm, Variegated White hoary, Castile, and
all kinds of toilet Soaps, Chemical Olive Soap of pure
materiel, Settled Pale, and Brown Soap, English Sal.
Soda and Pearl Starch, Sperm, Adamantine, and Tallow
Candler; of all sizes constantly on baud. Having
adopted tho coati system, I am enabled to sell ray goods
at the lowest prices. P. CONWAY.
N. 11.—Cash paid (or Tallow and Crease. no 14.6 m
BLANK BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
DAVID M. 1.100A.N, Blank Book Manufacturer,
Stationer and Printer, No. 100 WALNUT Street, la ppre•
pared at all times to furnish, either from the 'Metres
ur make to order, Books of every description, suitable
for Banks, Public Offices Merchants, sod others, of the
beat quality of English or American Paper, and bound
Iu vas Won styles, in the most aubstantisl manner.
Orden' for JOB PRINTING of every description
Engraving and Lithographing executed with neatness
A general assortment of English, French and Ameri
Concerning bir. Hogan's contribution to the Franklin
Institute, the Committee soy—'' This display of blank
books for banking and mercantile use Is the beat in the
Exhibition. The selection of the material Is good, the
workmanship most excellent, and them Onhal end ap
pearance neat and appropriate) , rso2o-tf
tom, OAS CONSUMING FURNAOI
CHILSON'S NEW CONE FURNA , CE,
after heving been put to the moat severe test, during
the two COLD V INTIM] Or 1866 AND 1857, has proved to
be the meet powerful heater in the world, saving from
S to X the fuel over any of the best furnaces now in use.
Taaea FOSNIONB are conatruoted with a east iron ash
pit, and a broad, shallow pan•shaped fire pot, lined
with Are•brick or Iron stares. The tire pot Is surmount
A SERIES OP CONES, oa TAPERING RADIATORS,
large and broad at their base, but tapering to mall &per.
tures at the top, and uniting with the 'pular chamber,
through which the heat and smoke peon to the due.
Toe warms products of combustion in the form of
smoke and BIABSS, are suspended directly over the tire,
oaanaaaor compressed into the tapering °ONUS and
OONTINVALLY exPOSND to the direct action of the raye
of boat and light from the tire.
This heat and light to brought to a coons I wow
Own, not unlike the
COLLECTION OP THE BUN'S RAYS,
to a focal point through an ordinary lens, causing the
BYO'S AND amine to become intensely heated and tho
roughly CIONBONID, by this operation the BNOIN AND
DAUB are NADI lIQOALLY /NAMIBIA with the ?On
Irene for heating purposes, while, in other furnaaes,
It le OABBIND Oil AND WASTED IN TON ONIAISZT.
All persons desirous of obtaining the best and
mcor ECONOMICAL HEATING APPARATUS,
should not fail to examine the Now GAS CONTIIIND
CONN rOINAOI, before purchasing any other. T e ab.
tention of azehiteots and builders is particular y re.
gusted. ARNOLD & WILSON,
fancoessors to B. A. Harrison,)
No. 428 WALNUT Street,
Opposite Independence Squete.
ilato, Cam ar.
SULLENDER & PASOAL,
421.0133 Na. 0 15. SIXTH greet, Philadelphia
QUAKER CITY NAILS,
Manufactured at FOUNTAIN OREL I N ROLLING MILL,
on the Schuylkill, above Spring Garden Water Vi'orke.
WAREHOUSE, 103 North WATER Street.
QUAKER CITY NAILS are warranted agouti to any
JOHN HALDEMAN, Agent
9111014 AS E. BAXTER.-11ARDWARE
CUTLERY AND TOOLS, No. 910 MARKET BT.
boss Ninth. south side. Philadelphia ao 1-131 a
LONGWORTH's 01110 WINES.
GENERAL AGENCY FOR ALL
TO WHOLESALE DEALERS
- - - -
By a special arrangement with Mr. LONG WORTH, I
am enabled to offer tile Wine., in large quantities, upon
the lowest and best terms. The Winea to be delivered
in Cincinnati, and forwarded by usual meaux of convoy.
tare (railroad or steamboat) direct to the purchaser;
by which the expenses of storage, cotunalselonn, double
freight, etc., will be avoided.
No orders under this arrangement will be forwarded
for less than twenty-live canes.
All orders vaunt be directed only to
NUNN. 8. OOZZRN3,
73 WARREN 6trest,lisw YORK.
By the present arrangement a bead, ente peen on
these wines can be made by the wholesale dealer,
Sparkling Catawba, vintage 1853, quarts.
Do do do do pinta.
Do do do 1852
Do do do do pints.
Still Catawba, vintage 1852, quarts,
Do do extra, vintage 1852, quarts,
Sparkling Isabella, do do do
Still Catawba, in costa, of various qualities.
Catawba Woody, of superior qualiF.
FRED. S. COZZ NS,
General Agent for the axle of N. Longwor his Wines,
78 WARREN STREET,
(opposite Mullion River Railroad Depot,)
Rcra Sm vim YOUR.
LIFE INSURANCE AND TRUST COM
PANY.—Tbe PINN MUTUAL LINN !MIURA NOD
COMPANY. Northeast Comer of THIRD and DOCK
Streetc Capital, $812,726.011,
INSURES LIYXB for short terms, or for the whole
term of life—grant. annuities and endowments—per
chum life interests in Reel Estate and makes all
contracts depending on the contingencies of Life.
They act as Nesoutore, Administrators, Assignees,
Trustees, and Guardians.'
Daniel L. Miller, Funnel E. Stokes,
Benjamin Coates, William Martin,
Richard S. Newbold, James It McFarland,
William P. Recker, Joseph 11 Trotter,
William U. Kern, Jimes Easton,
Samuel C. Huey, Thenphilus Paulding,
Charles Hallowell, Edmund A Fonder,
Henry C. Townsend, Daniel L. Hutchinson,
Rodolphns Kent, John W. Hamm,
William 11. Carr, Ellis 8. Archer,
Edward T. Mott, Samuel J. Christian,
William Robertson, Joseph M. Thomas,
Warner M. Raeln, Joke G. Brenner,
P. B. Stickler, Easton.
DANIEL L. MILLER, Preildent.
SAMUEL Y. STOKED, Vi C 4 Drell.
Jong W. Mims. Secretary. nll-11
HOWARD FIRE AND MARINE IN
BUItANOI2 COMPANY—Oftcs No. 412 WALNUT
Sheet, Philadelphia. Tho following statement of the
affairs of the company Is published in conformity with
provision of Its charter :
PRIWIUSS SEURITED CROY AUGUST TO AUGUST
21, 18:17; . . .
Total outmost premiums taken
Earned Ore premiums 25,072 92
Earned marine premiums 165,00.1 00-190,078 56
Deduct Tatum premlums
Marius [WYSS paid. $93,556 15
sire !noes paid.... 8,081 11
2,071 82 -8,003 66- 93.033 70
Expentax for comtnieslons to
spots, abatements lu lieu or
scrip, allaries, office rent,
furnleblmg office, books, sta
Profit and lose
Cash on hand $12,016 60
MIN receivable 1i0,231 02
Donde and mortgages 160,000 00
Stocks 0 9^ 100 00
Stock notes 142,900 00
Due by agents and
others 22,312 93
P. M. Potts, Wm P. Leech,
0. E. Spangler, It T. Konstl,
Abraham Rex, 11. R. Houston,
Wm. IL Woods, Jos R. Withers,
George Howell, Abraham P. Eyre,
J. Edgar Thomson, W. Miguel,
0 U. Sower, Charles F. Norton,
John W. Sexton, John 11. Lewars,
Herman !Jaunt, James E. Stiles
Nathan It. Potts, 11. R. Shlllingford.
PERCIVAL M. POTTS, President
0. E. SPANGLER, Vice President.
W. R. WOODB, Secretary.
0c22 R. T. Rxxsit. Treasurer
FIRE INSURA NOS.
SPRING GARDEN FIRE INSURANCE COM
CAPITAL 11120,000, PAID IN CABH,
AND SECURELY INVESTED,
OPPIOE, N. W. CORNER OP BLEU! AND WOOD
BTB., SPRING GARDENS.
LOSSES PROMPTLY PAID.
John IL Dohnert, Henry DI. Phil.
David Woelpper. LOCH fildonsek
Benjamin Davis, John Landoll,
John Evans, Jr Charles field,
Anley H. Park, William E. Woo .
James Durnell, John B. Stevenson,
Jamb 13. Hintze's Cumin Stoddard
Henry Homer, Thos. D. Tillinghast,
George K. Childs.
JOHN H. DOHNERT, President.
L. ERUMBRAAR, Secretary. Sept 21—ly
NEPTUNE INSURANCE COMPANY.-
/ OFFICE 414 WALNUT St., Franklin Buildings.
FIRE ANTI MARINE INSURANCE.
CAPITAL $lOO,OOO, WITH PRIVILEGE! io INCREASE
This Company la now tally orgin'ted, and prepared to
make all kinds of Insurance against law or damage by
Fire and Marine Perna at current rates.
H. 0. LAUGHLIN, President.
RICHARD SHIELDS, Flee President.
ONO. SCOTT, Secretary.
H. 0. Laughlin,
T. Y. Showell,
T•EQUAKER CITY INSURANCE
COMPANY, Office No. 408 (late 92) WALNUT Bt.
Capital and Surplus, $260,000.
This Company coolluuto to make Insurance against
loos or damage by lire and the Perils of the Sea, Inland
Navigation and Transportation, at cone of rates.
President-OEO. H. HART
Vice President—E. P. ROBB.
Secretary and Trueorer-11. It. 00008 HALL.
Assistant Secretary-8. 11. BUTLER.
X. W. Bailey,
Wm. D. Lewis, Jr.,
J. L. Pomeroy,
Andrew R. Chamber.,
11. It Coggshall,
Hammel Jones, 11. D.,
A. Y. Chembrougb.
George H. Hart,
E. P. Ross,
A. 0. Cattail,
John G. Dale,
Hon. Henry M. Iret
Poster R. Perkins.
John H. ChauOera,
ARCTIC FIRE INSURANCE COMPA
NY, NEW TORR.—Office, No 29 Wall street, ad
joining the Mechanics' Dank—Cash Capital, $2d0,000,
with a surplus. This Company insure Buildings, Mer
chandise, Furniture, Yesitela in port and their Cargoes,
and other property, against Lou or Damage by Fire and
the Biggs of lellgod Navigation.
Henry Grinnell, ,loaboi L. Pop*,
Caleb Barstow, Burn' R. Graves,
Henry 0. Brewer, Henry Dolls,
Edmund Penfold, 0.11. Lilienthal,
Hutson K. Corning, Theo. Polherous, Jr.
Ogden Haggerty, Ellaha E. Morgan
Thomas Nonagon, Abra. R. Van Nest,
John H. Earle, William A. Cosy,
Albert Ward, Thomas 8. Nelson,
Charles Easton, James W. Phillips,
Louie Lornt, Charles A. Macy,
Samuel o.9lllldden, Edward Mangan,
Bteph. Cambreleng, Wm. E. Shepard,
Thomas Scott, Charles L. Frost,
John Ward, Lothrop L. Sturges,
Henry K. Bogert, William It. Folding,
Peter EJes, Emery Thayer,
Benjamin 11. Field, Geo. Westfeldt,
A. It. Frothinghiun, Salmon Taylor,
That. Y. Youngs, Henry E. Monona.
Samuel L. Mitchell,
. . . . .
ALBERT WARD, President.
RISME) A. OILLIIIT, Secretary. Au 10..1y
COMPANY.--+Obarter Perpetual. Granted by
the State or Penneylranla. Capital, $600,00). YlN, Marine, and lulaad Tranaportallou.
Aaron B. Lippincott, cparlos Wise,
Wm. A. Rhodes, Alfred Week.,
Cherie. J. Field, James P. Smyth,
Wm. B. Thowu, J. Rinaldo Sant,
Wm Ideal, John P. Biomes,
AARON 8. LIPPINCOTT, President.
WM A. MODES, Vice Prealdiot.
ALVARO WEEKS, Secretary.
J. W. MARTIEN, Surveyor.
This Company was organised with a each rapital, and
the Directors hare determined to adapt the business to
its available resources—to observe prudence in conduct.
leg its affairs, with a prompt adjustment or mom..
time. No. 10 Merchant.' Rishange, Philadelphia.
THE MERCANTILE MUTUAL INSU
RANCEAL COMPANY OF PHILADELPHIA —ollloe
No. 222 WALNUT Street, opposite the Exchange. MA
RINR RUMS on Teasels, Cargoes, and Freights. IN
LAND TRANSPORTATION RIMS, par Railroads,
Cantle, Beate, and other earrialies.
ALL THE PROFITS divided annually among the As.
lured, and ample security In wee of mom
Zdward Harris Miles,
John kl. Odanheltuer,
Samuel J. ttliarplen,
Edward O. Jumee,
William L. Springs,
Franklin C. Jones,
Daniel Haddock, Jr.,
Win. P. Smith,
Samuel L. C
Jogs O. X , Bacrotar
Thomas T. Butcher,
Algernon E. Astiburner,
Thomas S. Foster,
James H. Stroup,
A. G. Cattail,
Charles B. contain,
John 0. Rioter,
John P. Steiner,
.Win. J Caner,
RRIS MILES, Prealdest.
ISITT, Ties President.
CHARTER OAK FIRE AND MARINE
INSURANCE COMPANY or HARTFORD, CONN.
Cash Capital 11300,C00. Loges In Philadelphia and
vicinity adjusted at the Pitiladelphla Office.
By leave we refer to
D. S. Brown & Co., Phila. Hoe. Joel Jones, Phila.
Ohalieee, Stout & Co., ii llon. Rufus Choate, Boston
Harker, Lea & Co. " Hon. T. S. Williams, Ilartia
We have facilities for p &clog any amount of Insu
rance In the most reliable Companies.
PHILADELPHIA GENERAL INSURANCE
40ENVY, No. 418 (old No. 145) CHESTNUT,ST.
THOMPSON k ROOD,
PHILADELPHIA TYPE FOUNDRY
N. W. Cor. TUIRD ant CHESNUT Sta.
L. rELouzi:*. SON, thankful for the liberal pa
tronage heretofore accorded to their Establishment,
and desirous to merit its continuance, would announce
to Printers and Publishers that their now SPECIDIEN
BOOK is now ready, and from their increased facilities,
are now prepared to furnish every thing necessary in a
complete Printing Establishment, at the shortest no
tice. Their long practical experience in the business,
and the fact of their personal superintendence of the
manufacturing department, Juetitles them In asserting
that they can furnish a more durable and better fin
ished article than their cotemporaries.
Those, therefore, who Satire Printing Materials,
would do well to apply to them ;retinue to purchasing
Oil type taken at 9 cents per pound, in eXcha:l-trge for
new at specimen price'. a
WONDERS OF THE AGE—LIGHT,
Warr FOR ALL.—PETERS & BUROPE,
Patent Non-Explosion Self• Generating OAS LAIIIPS Is
just the thing to suit all. Price 51 50 up; all may have
superior Light by calling at their Depot,
This Lamp is adapted to all places and purposes, and
only requires a trial to test its advantages over all
others. The Lamp forma its own gas. Our Patent
Burners can be fitted to every ordinary Fluid Lamp,
with little espouse, without the least possible danger.
All are invited to call and examine for themselves.
Town, County, and State rights for sale,
The proprietors are in want of Agents, giving a rare
chance to make money.
PETERS & &RECIPE, Gas Lamp Depot,
123 South 4th St , below Chestnut, Phi
CLOVER BEED.—NOTICE TO PENN
sYLvaNTA FARMERS AND STOREKEEPERS.
The undeaggned are now prepared to purchase for
nub, prime Clover Seed of the new crop. Pennsylvania
storekeepers and farmers, by gentling alunples to our
address, con, at all times, ascertain the price at which
we are buying. Parties wishing samples, by which to
be governed u to quality, can have them sera by mail,
by addremlng um. d. H CHASE to CO,
IW94f 43 North Front, sod a Water streets
rII.IEAP SUarKER FUEL.-GAS COKE,
‘I,J of excellent q_polity, is sold at the PHILADELPHIA
GASWORKS for the reduced price of five cents a bushel,
and may be obtained In We or small quantity by ap
plying at the Lisa Office, No. 20 South SEVENTH
To Porobaseis by Wholesale, it Is sold at the Works,
In Mot Ward, by the ton, at a pries equivalent to Au
thraelts a 1112 6tl per ton.
(Signed,' J. U. onaasoo, 31hagineee.
PIIILADILTIIIII WOll/1, 20, augy-u
68-17 balsa Carolina Moss, tor sato by
MARTIN & ItAOALISTER,
In POZI4I Waif Pinot
ORRAT CENTRAL EMU, oanueattag the At
lantle Cities with Western, Ncrrib-western, mot Smith
wettern States , by a oonthutoss Railway diroot.
Road Olio sonnets at Plitobargh with dolly line of
steamers to all ports on the Waiter° Rivers, and of
Oleroland and Sandusky with Stainers to all path
the North-western Lakes; making the moot DIRECT,
011RAPRST *ad BRLIABLR ROUTS by which /Mitt
can bo forwarded to and from time DEBAT WRST.
RAUB 111111111111° PRILADRLPIDA AND rine-
lIIIT Owes—Boots, ghee*, Kaki and
Cape, Books, Dry Muds, (in boxes
bales end trunks), Drugs, (in boxes
sod bales) Peathers, Purs,&e 000. per 101 It,.
Baku) Coose.—Domestic Shesiting,
Shirting and Ticking, ( In original
lulu), Drugs (In eseka), Hardware.
Leather, Liquor, (in cask.) Well
Paper, Wool, In sheep Pelt',
Briatwerd,&e &e TM. pat 100 Its
Tulin Coosa—Akita, Chains, (in
cuts), Hemp, Heron and Pork,
Batted, lona. or in sacks), Paints,
(dry ROA to oil.) ON, (*leapt lard
met resin) 6k. per 100 .
fouien Cooes—Colfut, Ylah
Beef, and Pork, (in tubs or bole'
eastward), Lard and Lard Oil, Nails,
Bala Ash, thrum May, Tar, Pitch,
Rosin, Steel, lisnufactured To.
tteco, Rosin 011, tineenswars,
Fuger, bbla., vet bares t )
&e., e 60e per 100 P•
Pooca—El per bbl., until further notice.
per 100 lbs., until for her notice.
Oollol—s2 per bale, not exceeding 600 lba. Weight,
until further notice.
In shipping Goods from any point East of Phila.!.
phis, be particular toll* sr packages eta Peiserylcon is
Railroad." AU Goons consigned to the Agents of this
Bowl, at Philadelphia or Pittsburgh, will be Gaya/den
Faiiiatre Auxins —Clarke & Co , Chicago ; Parker At
& Co., 11emphi , Nun.; IL P. Lux k Co., an. Loos,
Ma P. 0111 h y Co., Evaciville, loollana • Wm.
, 11. drum,
& , Clocionati, 11.8 Pierce it Co . , Zanewille,
Okla; Leech & Co., No 61 Kay street, Isieetr Le, als
& Co., No 2 Actor tfouee, New Yerk, No. t Waillta S..
Now York ; E. J. Boeedar, Philadelphia • Illagraw &
Boon., Baltimore; Li. IStawart, Plttstalzglk.
11 IL 1101.101.05,
Gaaaral PraOt Arse
11. J. LUMPIER?,
de9.. &iwirlotelideot Altaaaa. Pa a
1198 369 09
QAVING PIIND-FIVE PER CENT. IN
TERF.ST—NATIONAL SAFETY TRUST DOH
PA N Y.—WALNUT STREET SOUTH-WEST CORN ER
OP THIRD, PHILADELPHIA.
INOORPORaTeO ST TER RUTS 01 Pain TTTTTT 11.
bluney le received in any mom, large or twill, acid in
terest paid from the day of depoelt Talkie day of with
The office le open every day Troop !O'clock in the
muslin till 7 o'clock in the evening, asd on Monday
and Thursday evening' till 9 o'clock.
HON. HENRY L. BENNE.I4 President,
ROBERT SELPRID(II, Vito Prtaident.
Wit. J. READ, Secretary.
t 0,866 t 7
63 40-111,283 27
124 5:11 52
Ron. Ilenry L. Banner, 0. Landreth limns,
Edward L. Carter, P. Carroll Brewster,
Robert Selfridge, Joeeph B. Barry
Saul K. Ashton, Ilenry L. Churchman,
lames D. Smith, Francis Lee.
Honey to received and payments made daily.
The investments are made in conformity with the
provisions of the Charter, in REAL ESTATE MORT•
GAGES, GROUND BENTS, and such first class irecuri
ties as will always insure perfect security to the /appal
tore, and which cannot fall to give permanency and sta
bility to Otte Institution. aul-ly
NO. 83 (241) DOCK STREET.—FIit
PER OEM'. STATE SAVINGS FUND.
No. 83 (241) DOCK STREET.—FIFE
PER CENT. STATE SAVINGS FUND.
(241) DOCK STREET.— FIVE
PER GENT. STATE SAVINGS FUND.
NO. 88 (241) DOCK STREET.—FIVE
I. MR CENT. STATE SAVINGS FUND. sul-17
PENN STEAM ENGINE AND BOIL
NEAFIB & CO.,
PRA : 9IIOAL_ AND TIIEOIIIyICAL_ ZNOINIIERBS,
MACHINIST% BOILER-MAKERS, BLACK
SMITHS AND YOUNDRRS.
Raving for many years been In racecard operation,
and been exclusively engaged In building and repairing
Maim and River Refine., high and low prase" Iron
Boats, Water Tank', Propellers, he., ho. respectfully
offer their minion to the public, Ls being Italy pawed
to contract for Engines of all sires, Maine, River, and
Stationary. Metric seta of patterns of dllerent sires
are prepared to eremite orders with quick despatch.
Bray description of Pattern-making made at the
shortest notice. nigh and Low Pressers, Tine, Tubu
lar and Cylinder Boilers, ot the beat Pennsylvania char
coal iron. Porginp of all sizes and kinds; Iron mad Braes Outing s of all descripUora; Roll Turning, Screw
Cutting, and all other work connected with the above
Drawings and apecilleaticaui for all work dens at their
eatablishment free of charge, and work guaranteed.
The subscribers have ample wharf dock room for re
psira of boats, where they can lay in perfect safety, and
are provided with abeam, blocks, falls, ke., de., fur
raising heavy or light weights.. . . .
W. 0. Btotesbury,
it. M. Castile,
Geo. Scott. reul9-y
JACOB G. NEAFTIL
JOHN P. LEYY,
and -7 BRACH and PALMER Streets, Kensington
11110111. Y. /1111101. a. YLCUILII lIIIITOX
wILLIAN H. =WOE
FIFTH AND WASHINGTON maim,
MERRICK & SONS,
ENGINEERS AND MAOHINISTS,
manufacture High and Low Pressure Steam Engines, for
Land. River, and Marine antic/.
Boilers, Gasometers, Tanks, Iron Boats, &a., Out.
logs of all kinds, either lith or Brass.
Iron triune roofs for Use Works, Worhahope, Re*wad
Retorts and Gas Machinery of the Wait and mat
Beery description of Plantation machinery, snob u
Sugar, Saw and Grist Mills, Vacuum Pane, Open Stem
Trains, Defecators, Filters, Pumping Engine., &e.
Bole Agents for N. Rillieux's Patent Sugar Bolling
Apparatus; Namoyllt's Patent Stearn Rammer; J. P.
BOW Patent Valve Motion for Emit Machinery and
Superintendent—B. H. BABTOL.
RIORARD NORRIS & SON, LOCOIIO-
STRAM RII/LD/ERII, -
milltesuut Nuts?, amiturtlx, taverna, sirs
Irma URDU ITRX2III,
.11mIctolosiv* the snanafxstaro of
OMOTIW.: STEAM ENGINES.
Msoafeetare to order Locomotives of say smuts
meat, woloht or eapmelty, for the too of Wood or Coil,
es Dammam Cool is its credo stale or
WITIIOI2I alOrfila 870xa , Olil Oa 1111.
In des4n ' material and workmanship, the Locomo
tives produeed at.these Works are signal to, and not as-
Gelled by any. The materials toad 1 construction are
made on the spot, aali Immo the best quality and most
reliable etook. The large extent of Shops, and Can.
plea Equipment of Macki fury ami noir, enable
thorn to mantis the
REST OF WORE WITH GREAT DESPATCH,
OF ANT A7IANG2IIItat
MIMED OAS WHEELS, IIAiIIIRRED AXLES,
With tuning. of any alas or form,
IRON AND BRASS CABTINtia,
And MAOH INV WORK generally.
WANTED, FOR THE UNITED STATES
CAVALRY—AbIe-bodied, unmarried men, to
wbom will be given good pay, board, elothiog, and
medical attendance Pay from $l2 to 122 per month
No man baring a wife or child will be accepted. Apply
for MOUNTED SERVICE, at No. 817 MARKET street
above Eighth, oorth aide. . . .
Got 6.3 m
500 AGENTS WANTED.-A HOME
STEAD FOR $lO !—Third Division —5310,000
worth of Fern» and Building Lots, in the sold regioo
of Culpeper county, Virginia, to be divided amongst
10,200 subecribere, on the Ith of December, 1851. Bilti
scriptions only ton dollar. down, or fifteen dollars, one
half down, the rest on delivery of the deed. livery
subscriber will get *Building Lot or a Farm, ranging in
»slue from $lO to $23,000. Three farms and lots an
sold so cheap to induce settlements,* sufficient number
being reserved, the Increase In the value of which will
compensate for the apparent low price now asked. Up
wards of 1,350 lots and farms are already sold. and
company of settlers called the " Rappahannock Fioiseer
Association' , is now lonising and will soon commence a
settlement. Ample security will be given tot the faith
ful performance of contracts and promisee. Neatly
45,000 acres of land, in different parts of Virginia, now
at command, and will be sold to settlers at from $1 up to
$3OO per acre. Ungmestionable titles will in all cases
De given. Wood cutters coopers, farmers, dn. are
wanted, and five hundred Agents to obtain subscribe»,
to whom the moat liberal Inducements will be given.
Fme agent. write that they me making $2OO per month.
or full partionlare, subscriptions, agencies. An, apply
to E. BAUDER,
mi24-tf Port Royal, Caroline county, Ea.
PLANS AND ESTIMATES for a Bridge over the
River Schuylkill, on the line of Chestnut street, in the
City of Philadelphia, will be received by the Chief En
gineer and Surveyor, at the DEPARTMENT OF SUR
VEYS, City Building, rim Street, berm Walnut,
until the second day of January, 1658. Sul Bridge to
be of the following dimensions, without any pier, or
with not more thou one pier in the water-way; the
materials of construction throughout to be indestructi
ble by fire.
Distance between abutments... 330 feet
Width of Bridge, out to out, not lees than.. 42 ,‘
Elevation above low water 37
For sn arch the springing line should not he /eristain
eleven feet above low water.
The Plans and Estimates will be received trader the
arrangement and conditions epeeitima In the ordi.
vanes of Councils, approved November 2d,153T, es fel
lows, via :
SECTION 2. That all plans and eetimstes to be received
by the Chief Engloeeraud Surveyorot the City of Phila
delphia, each plan and estimate to beer a private mark,
and he accompanied by a sealed communication having
a corresponding mark thereon, se that the name of the
designer may not be known until the plan most ap
proved shall have been selected.
SECTION 3. That all such plans and eshmates shall,
when received, become the property of the City of Phila
delphia, and shall be presented within two months after
the posoage of this ordinance, when It shall be the duty
of the Chief Engineer and Surveyor, by and with the
advice of the Committee on Surveys and Regulations,
to invite a commission, consisting of three civil engi
neers, who, lu conjunction with the Chief Engineer and
Surveyor of the City, shall examine and decide upon the
relative merits and applicability of the plum presented,
to the Bridge site propoeed, and report to Council, the,
number of plans received, the names of the designers,
and the character and estimated cost of the three plans
by them preferred.
SECTION 4. It shall be the duty of the Chief Commis
sioner of Highways, upon a certificate presented and
signed by the Chief Engineer and Surveyor, to burns
warrants in payment of Cie cost of the aforesaid adver
tisements, and also in favor of those persons who may
have presented the three plane preferred by said corn
missiou Lie the nest in point of merit, the sum of gunk
to the seectid,l2so, sod to the third slo9i said warrants
to be charged to Item No. 19 of appropriation made In
the Department of Highways, &e., for the year 18.57,
approved March 16,1857.1
Poe further information, or for croon section of river,
address STRICKLAND KNEASS,
Chief Engineer and Surveyor City of Phila.] a.
CII PHOTOGRATIIIO MINIATURES IN OIL,
N R. corner of EIONTLI sod LOCUST.
The above pictures differ essaattally from anything
ever before offered to the public. Their softness. and
truth of color and outline, extraordinary minuteness
and accuracy of detail, insure, of necessity, the greatest
fidelity of resemblance; while the severity of the or
deal to which they are exposed in manipulaUon equally
settlee the q,neation of their permane n ce. These feats
enable the subscriber I* offer them, with the areatast
satisfaction and confidence, to the public and to Ids
They ere peered by letters patent to, and eats be had
ONLY of S. D. MARCLIANT.
u lir rato re fo tt re flUtS of the cabinet, and life slre.onlite-szas
85—ECONOMY IN GAS BILLS.—THE
beat Gass Regulators ever offered ter Five Dol.
!era. For sale by the WATERMAN GAS REGULA
u079•1w eg3 CtiLBTNpT stun
fianin.ga .ftnZte. _
lalachintrp anb Iran.
t , VM)MVI
IMAM' LAMER NORM
WILLIAM B. ROYAL',
Ist Llaut.2.lßsgt. of Cavalry,
NSYLVANIK OE X? R AL RAIL
18370 POR PITTSBURGH. 1837.
Olaidanstl, St. Lords, lasi MA
I .. ic, 1417Zoltd, Kt.
Torre ta Claiaage,
Iloratiat dais roasoctioas aria al/ 1.14 Grail *or.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OP TIM THROUGH
a tfe t urser ' 41 7
P.w" ofr n 31 .4 %lel aLumir.
XET ateastr laatriusea aa Elirrostb Unit-)
LEAVE PHILADELPHIA. 1/01 PITTSBEROII AND
at 730 A. H.
Put 1.1.• .._. ........ .............. at 1213 P. St.
/ "Prou /ha. .. !..- .. .. .... al 11 CO Xlaist.
Columbia R. R. Lim ...... ter Harrisbasr, via Cr 'Limbic at 2.DIP H.
ARaivE PROM PITTSBURGH AND WEBIERN
_ . .
Heil Trails ......................... .ar 1x on eight
Past Line ......................... -nt a.
Ezyresa Mall ................ .. , 00 P. If
at 1 Cs)
Columbia B. R. Line urine trona marrisharg, via Ca
lmat la. at 1 Ml P. M.
The repress Mall teat daily, Ike ether tee
urc:tad. ng, Sae•
pit will be received et the Puseager Dowd be
the • Master. at any time Marto; tne day. !t)
charts for handling baggage.
Manes.—in case et Foes, the Company will hat
themselves respectable fee personal beggar alp, as!
for an amount not exceeding $lO9.
Novrca.—Otanibeses will be in readiness at the die.
York Da pct to tunny passengers for the Wait to the
Pennsylvania Railroad Station.
THOMAS MOORS, *seat.
Palmier Use Pennsylvania latleam. Co
Phtlarbelphla, November St, IU7. 1111.1;
_ _ _
BPFUNO e x o BUMMER muualo pima.
R . O TWERN CENTRAL Reu.srAr.
TWO DAILY TRAINS PROM BALTDIOIIII TJ
PITTSBURG!' AND T
W O WEST.
On and after Juke let, 1857, TWO DAILY TIL I II.I
lot leave Calvert Button for Piltateush sat AG Was-T
-OM and South ar Northwestern eine%
YORAIING MAIL Ilium
Lame RaUhnore duly (Sande; ezraptod) at 11S A
M coulee/In; with the MIA Trani over the
sylvanla Railroad, and arriving in Pittabwriiii at I
THE AFTERNOON EXPRESS ?RAIN
Leave. Baltimore daily (Sunday excepted) at a P
for Harrioburg. Yd
TUE EXPRESS TRAIN
EVERY biltillTal le P. It I sea
Decline with the Lightrdog Raper ewer the 'MUT i•
viola Ratiroad for Pittaburgh, arriving at 1.9) r,
AU these trains connect downy aa Pittsburg
with trains over the Pim/Ivrea, Cart Weans a_e
Clien t s Railroad, sad its Northern, Sonthera eta
ire Pawnee!" for ChleagO, Hoek Wand. Bating ton, lota City, 111laninkte, Dubuqu, Bt. Peet . ", HIS
sou, and other loading titled le the Nortbwait,
e A Snared miles of :me.: end tea haws is Imo, wit!
/Oar lens changes of cars, by toting
Vu &rag vs r for Cleveland, natty, Toledo, eat
DIETS. go by thle route, and the time to weanaties,
bet 02 //3 miles shorter thaw by nay other mite.
Ire. Passengers for Bt. Loole, Indlanapotea: Terra
Hants, ealro, sod all points on the Levet sad Vapor
Make leee thong, of ram and arrive m,-
ranee cf any other route; and to Cincinnati, Colon. boo,
Dayton, Loakrillo , and other prominent rite", Si yet: a
as by any other route.
All Western Baggage CIIECRED TEOIOI3IIII ant
Avoid:rd wish rare.
FOR THE NORTH.
The 15 H. connects cloudy with Express Trains
over the Dauphin read far Wllliessuiport. Madre.
Rochester, Buffalo ; Niagara Pals, Ceinsta, Thus
forming the most direct reality route to Northwestern
Pennsylvania and Western New Took. Passenger, will
And tide the aortas, chea=amt moat expeditions
root. to !Hagan% Falls and
Through Tickets are lamed to Canada.
lambi* and Lancaster by al/ the trains at p 3 each, each
train having sore connections. Passengers by this
route avoid tremelled bridges, and all the inclureaLsnes
of ferrying acmes the Susquehanna rives.
Passengers for Hanover, blearhester, Gettysburg Km.
mittaborg, Carilrte , Clistabersburg, go by the ticim at
11.15 A. 11., and 3 P.ll.
The Cars on this mad make one trip per day, connect.
hag with the train at P. M.
Nor THROUGH TICIERTS and further taionnetten,
apply at the Ticket Mar, Calvert Station, I. B. earner
of - Calvert and Pranklla Waste.
5ep21341 C. C. AMMON, Rift
NEw YORK LINES.-THE CANPEN
/.1 AND AMBOY RAILROAD AND PHILADWLIIIIA
AND TRENTON RAMBOAD COW/NT% LIM._
PROM PHILADELPHIA TO NEW I AN NWA
Lena u (0114 Ma, Vim PLAC22.:
At IA. Y. from- Hanslngtoa tempt, Its Jemmy
At 6 A. 11., via Camden sad Jamey Oily, NW Par
At 6A. M., Via Camden sad Amboy, Aecammaalia
At 7 A:11., via Camden sad Jamey bitty, Woman
At 10 A. Y., by steamboat Treatea, vta Tammy
and /easy City, Yarning
At 2P. M., Tit Caudal aad Amboy , 0. sad A. II-
At r 67. AI Via Ogaden sod Jaw City, Itivatag
At 3 P. U., via Camden and Amboy, Abcommoda.
Goa, let Clam 2
At P.M., via Camden and Amboy, decemansda.
tion, Bud Clam.
At 5 P. It., its Ganda* ma Amboy, Acoomemods.
Goa, lit Class
At E. P. AI., via Camden and Amboy, Acconareada
tion, 2nd Mat 1
Tha 6P. Y. Una ,as daily, all etbas libustays az
Linea stop at Gm painetped Matta . ousfil
for Belvidere, Easton, naudagtoa, ,aIII A.
and 23i I U., tram Walnut street wharf.
For Water Gap, Stroudsburg, Itersatoa, Irlasenort
Nostrum, Great Band, de., at 6 A. IL, via. L's away
Lackawanna at Wasters Arad.
/or Tritabold, at 6 A. U. Nal P. U.
lot Yount Gaily at lA. M astlx, a aaill 6 P. Y.
lot Bristol, ?m W
ica de. at sad If• Y.
Tor Pmyra. Lamm, 2mrty, Barliagtaa, Illesdra
town dea d st 3 P._/1.
Steamboat RICHARD BtOCITBF tar Doanlowa
and Warm. dtat_a_ eases at 23i P
Steamboat IRMt.I. I fa Ti 0414 at 10 aa411% A.
and 4 P. M.
All lines, ozeoit 1 A. M., less* Walnut atm
117 - 11fty pound" of b amity alknold oath pap
osovr. Pitoooosoni an ol tom Wan trq
thing so boom* bat Mar vinuirtsc appirst. lad.
Pco ovor ilty - pammt e to ilekpiM for ortra. - lin (Ivo
y loolt their oliposiembogiViraPist
porplooil i sot torbiat
pad COO, ozoipt by spots! tottraet.
Wbt. B. 03A
1 3111 LADELPHIAL,GERMANTOWNN
AND NO B 818 TO W I,I4.IIA4)IrL_NUI
ARRKESIENT-0a had attar XOWD&T, Oes
14.1.10 Philadalpitit 7X, SM. ON, MA A. Ml.
3-10 min.', 6, 6, I. sad 11 P.M.
Leave Germantown at 11,ii,341 WILL 11 , lON A M
1-114 3.10 mkt. 4,6, 60, S, stet 10P. W.
Tha 7.3.5 *Week A. M. Train tetrad Garmantown
will atop map at Wayne Pinot Btatkai.
Lea PitilwialpkiaON SUNDAY
411.20 min. M.. 2 and ON,
Lam Oeramdakaili S. W min. A. M., 1-14 min nal
6 43 min P. 31.
CHESTNUT HILL RAILROAD.
Leave Philadelphia ai TN, A.ll, 1. b
4..4 9 P. 11.
Leave Chesteat Rill at IK.OI-40.14 WO Isla_ 1 ffi .
11240, E.IO , 6-40 wad 7-44 ads. P. 11.
Leave Phiaaa*lpblai, 921 A. u.,2 asl 6X r. V
Leave Chestnut MD at a 4. 11.. /244 aai 41-14 IP M
FOR WANAIRIER, c N3ROIIDCRRN ARD
Leave PhilLlMptsiss ♦t 6X, 9, n A. In ; IL •;, nai
and II P. M.
Leave Norristown at I 11,11 A. SI , 6 sza 6 43 p SI
Leank PAILWAlpkia, al A. U., tei i P.. 111.
Leae• liorriAtown all A. M., sad S P. IL
CEIPIPPRIt VALLEY" HAILIcOAD FOR DOWNINfi
Leave Philndolphla at fig /.. an , / .ItP. M.
Leave Downingtown et 7.g A. M /
11. H. SMITH, tkparistas4ont
Depot, NIA*, and Prees street'. YlitladerAla
N ORTH PENNSYLYANIAAAILHOdD
BETHLEHEM. HAPTON, ALLICiIIt)WN, it A OCH
CHUNE, WILKESEARBE, DOYLESTOWN, A e
On mull OUT Wednesday, Noseinlne 4th, 1431. the
biasses this toed wilt Owe Ptils4lptila dally ,Sun
da), exeopted) as rollers:
For Itethlslsia, Eastea, Allentown Maseh - Ohnal, ant
Milkesberrw Myna/ at 9 A. ht.
For BetlTelota, Alleotows, acid Manch Chaa9. Ex
pros,j in eonntetion with L. V. R. IL and Easton, ty
stage, from Ira) 11111 Station, at T.LI P. 11.
For Doylestown, (Aecomnsodation,) at 3 3D P L.
Pot Gwynedd, do_ at 19 A. 99
On Tuesdays and Fridays the HI A. 11 trots will rat
through to Doylestown, leaving Doylestown to rotura
at 1 83 P. U.
. THAI2:9 TOR PHILADELPHIA.
Leafs Betkeeiza (Express,) at 9 A. U., and 'LYS P
Leave DorteMaint, (Aseonnnoiatioad at 11.3.9 A. Id
Leave Owtnaltd, at 19 P. M
Gwynedd 915 A. U. Gwynedd—
Doylestown 450 P. 51. I Dollestoon,
pan to Vottaeholo.....
4 , Mach Chunk—
PASS l DRPOT.
FRONT and WILLOW Ste Pltils
NUM CLAIM, Agent.
.1 Gig Or it HILADE L.
PHIA, WPI.MINGIVet AND BAITIMORR RAIL
Oa and after Moaday, Nor. Zd, 1867.
PAPRIVRORR TRAI2I3 LIAVP. PRILADRLPHIA
Tor Ralthnora al 6 A. at., 1 P. M., Oripreaaj ant 11
c Sae 110.11airkmuLt lA. 1, 330 and 11 P. 31.
Porto/ Oantlit at II A. If., 1 and 3 P. M.
lot 616dd1a0ee at ILA. 16. and. 1 P. M.
Tar Fo r Ots:411//ad 1 P. M.
Lear* Italtiasome 444.40, Expreat, 1 1.416. AL., sad 6 ti
Learn Albotaros at 7.Z aad 11 45 A. M., MO 266
and 0.66 P.M. • •
-Leave New Pan at 6.66 and Mai A. 16., and 8 L.)
Wire Bliddlatoata at 10.10 A. N. and 7 OP P. M.
Intwe DOTet &UM 41 A. R. sad 1 P. M.
Leave Beafant at 7.30 A. M. and 3 P. M.
Lun TRAINS loft DALTUdOMD
Wilmiathet at Ile A. M., 2 P. M. aad 11 16
SUNDAYS only at 1I P. W. hem Pittadatpbta to
de. do. 6.36 P. M. f Daildtoore
Preight TWIN, atilt Philadel Pmereacer Oar
as follows artashad, atilt can
LallY• Philadelphia for Perryallie and latmeoediata
jdamat. 6 OW P N.
Leave Wilialastos for do. da. 6.60 P
Lm mo baitimano for 1 arre-de.Blltell at 6P M.
no 21-i1; 18. Y. P111404,-Pessidwat.
Ike proof Oaks
S D Ts.
A large assartamat of
EVANS & WATS
PHILADELPHIA MANU SON'
VAULT DOORS, -'---
Tor Saudi sad atom.
Aga! to gay cow la also.
IRON DOORS, II NUTTERS, As.,
On as good aims as my of
States, by st astablialkosat to the
RYANS & WATION,
No. SS Soot& roux= stmt.
•LZAS" GIPS VS A CAL A.
LIIMBER I LIMBER 12 --The anhotailw,
who barter 611701111 years Getiapied the prankte at
Moan's Planing NW, Lesidagtoolotran seeserod to
COATIS STRUT IMAM?, akie rog Uto Phew&
Planing oa Delaware inan e . i t
keeping • huge smiertaieut fit Carolina sat older
U1f.241 bOallbte,owka stela. einem, ebaleteg,
d pils& to
Yor yak at the lowest cash prices. Panes ore h.
Med to toll sod anal* tor them/leek ash Neat K
tort will to node to give eatletactioa. tinintarenatnl
and eavollot ot tho sheeted wake lior ale kieota art
den of jesters polio,/ Pine, Valor aad
i lk t eam.
au - V 11-
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