The press. (Philadelphia [Pa.]) 1857-1880, December 14, 1857, Image 4

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• VBSOLUTION OF COIPARTNERSHIP.,
Theco-partnership heretofore existing between
-...t49.lnlerikned,llndei thailiten ol,kenente'. Stone, &
- • eler,.trr''loaton,NeW.Vork, and Plelladelphischt y thie day
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STONE,
• '- JARVIS SLADE,
, HENRY T. JENKINS,
t Dee. let, 1857. O. 11. PERRY,
Vititi:2EitOu.„Art Henry, T. J.makhes will con
' thine the Odunnissien Realness at No. M. Broadway, in
the city OrNew York, under the firm of Stone dr, Jen
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lass anb,toare.
CALL, AND. SEE
- - The Greatest '
YARIETt- 'OF
HOLIDAY I'ItESENTS .
Era exhibited/It
VHS OITT OP _
PHILADELPH/A,
Which will be sold at exceedingly
LOW PRICES '
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MARESEN & WITTE'S,
AIASONIC HALL,
713 CHESTNUT ST.
• - $1:111 p intin g. -
.H. BRYSON'S BOOS AND JOB
ay PRINTING ROOMS, 2 North SUM Street, first
aboye'll'arket, . "Blanks, Cana,' 11111-
. Ileads,„Painphlets,, and 'general Printing attended to.
Illtdietratteeded to in connection with 'printed head
Inge Of Minks and Receipts.' • d2-tr
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•• rss Netts newton , z ,se lei,
131144 ' ESA.' Cab lotil l tl P O.t. „
L VOA oc t-- Tn. Itooaa perEpo.Sl 313
- • ,ous w thwr i lmot style-IGEPrima ' sratly talasaL
C t.LIkI4ry,V4MUSITIII ET:helowcheidnes.
'EAT REDUCTION
IN THE PRICE OP
CEMETERY LOTS.
The Glenwood Cemetery Co. have determined to sell
- the lota in their Cemetery at
ONE HALF
The present peen for cash. By this reduction some
of the most eligible Lots will be sold at
TWELVE DELLARS. '
Only 300 lots will be' disliosed of at then rates, and
the opportunity is offered - n*IBI January Ist, 1858. Ap
ply at the office, 434 WALNUT STREET, below
• _ 404.1.0 alib ifitataurants. •
.MERCHANTS' HOTEL, -
NORTH FOURTH STREET
- - Adorn Minsk,
PHILADELPHIA
an24- - tf - MoKIBDEN & SONS, raora' TWIG.
TONES ' 8 ”
acs - ARCH STREET SALOONS,
- 727 and 729 ARCH STREET
- HOLIDAYS! HOLIDAYS!
The Holidays are - close at band, and „Townes Arch
-Meet Saloon is prepared for the immense demand that
will be made upon it for CONVECTIONS.
- CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR'S CANDIES
IMPORTED EXPRESSLY FOIL TRH PRESENT SEASON!
Every variety of Bon Bons, Pasting; Bourbon Drops,
new style of Gum Drops, Nan Sucre Drops, L'angliterre
Bop Bens, and every variety rare and costly candles,
manufactured in Paris.
for Presents, all sins and PArrIGINS of Ornamental
Pyramids,. Ribbon- Tien Oiled with the choicest
variety of Confections, and varying in-price from Ono
Dollar up to Fifty Dollars. , Some of tlpise Dozen are the
Rosy anemia SPECIMENS OF sayer WORK AND AUT/SUO
nester EVER Orranittf IN NUN COlrtriGr. -
To the Laden, as well as to the whole public, Jones's
Baleen are the most- attractive in' the City, and in
*plodder of adornment and finish- are Superior to any in
the Union ' ”
DREAREASTS, DINNERS, AND SUPPERS,
Served up intim choicest and most expeditious style.
FRUIT OF ALL KINDS,-
-ICE CREAMS. JELLIES, GAHE,"AND OYSTERS, ,
- Constantly ready for igniters in profusion,
, PINOT, AND OIVIABBISTAL
..CAKES. AND PIES' OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
NEW YORK TEA BISCUIT,'
- And; in fact, all the VARIETIES; LUX UR IES, and
'DELICACIES of every clime and country.
` BALLS PRIVATE PARTIES, Presentation Suppers,
and Famille's supplied at the shortest notice and on
reasonable terms. ' ' ' "
A continuance of the patronage hitherto so liberally
bestowed by the public is respectfully_ solicited.
des-tf • - R. It JONES, Proprietor.
CAMPBELL'S RESTAURANTi,--VENI
- SON, Wild Ducks, Turkeys, Geese, Grouse, Fresh
Salmon, Chlnostique, Opinaohique,Princeee Bay Abse
eout;' and Cove Oyetere„ with every variety of GAblll,
wild or domestic, in semen. Green Turtle Soup an
Te r rapin Suppers served up at the shortest -- notice, at
JOHN CAMPBELL'S, No. 627 CHESTNUT street, op.
poalte the State House.
N.8,-No expense or pains has been spared by the
Proprietor' In fitting up thin new establishment in the'
most sumptuous Manner-the second story being for
the accommodation of Private Parties for Dinners,
Entrance for Ladies towardiEtxth street.
nov7-Dm ' -
- WILLIAM FUNNING'S CITY LAGER
BEER SALOON, No. 232 Outer's' Alley, Phil&
delphia, eep22-3m
3/IoGOWAN'S DESTAURANT, SOUTH
wilt corner of BROAD and WALNUT.-Lame
and all other delicacies in nano. Families impend
with Oysteraon the shortest notice. ' Sep74nl
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- IZAIrttO ontvanito.
AIRS ADAMS EXPRESS CO., OFFICE;
CHESTNUT_ETREET, forwards PIIRCEISi
PAO.GES, MERCKAI4DIZE, BANK NOTES and
SPECIE, either by its own LINES, grin Connection
with other REPRESS COMPANIES, to all the prinetpal
TOWNS Radii/STIES of the United States.
E. S. SANDFORD,
an 1.41 General Superb:Aerate:it.
.ficinb - Oaks.
.AND SI LAND S I—l OFFER. FOR
Sale the following valuable LANDS' in SOUTH
WESTERN GEORGIA. ' All persona are hereby cau
tioned against trespassing upon any of them.
October, 1867. T. R. BLOOM, Macon, Gs.
DOI:MUERTE COUNTY.
lot District-Nos. GO, OG, 97.
' HAKES COMM.
7th Distriet=No.33B.
9th do-Nos. 16,328,M, 893, 389, 878, 879, 380, 410,
• 406, 408.
106. District-Nos. 46, 46,47.
WORTH COVITT.
7th District-Nos. 124, 625.
. 15th do " D., 12, 66.
- 16th .' do 28, 27, 38, 239.
LEE con
- let District-Noe. 130, 160, 168,190.
lath do " 4, 181,
14th do " 113, 144. . •
SUMPTER COUNIT.
16th District-No. 91.
TERRELL COUNTY.
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11th 128, 250.
12th do 198, 201. .
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' neseotrn ormari.
' Sth District-No. 144. ' ' '
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MILLER COUNTY.
,12th District-Nos. 209, 221, W., 222, 224,226, 2571 337.
375, 676, 850. •
13th do 'I 6, 18; 19, 23, 86, 76, 391, 392, 894.
DIOATUR COUNTY.
14th District-Nom. 131.
27th ' do " 190, 246.
noose COUNTY.
let District-Nos. 7, 238 211, 212,213,214, 221,M, 223,
221,225, 226, '227, 22,8.
24 •de " 152, 237. ,
7th do " 211.
11th do 110.
HOUSTON COUNTY.
oth District-N0.214
PULASKI COUNTY. •
6th District-No. 102.
- • - • ' TAYLOR cOoltir. -
latteDistrict-Nos. 67, 88. ...-
, 14th- do 63. 64, " , co2B-tf
• , piano ,forted.
A LBERT WItBER, PIANO FORTE
SfANUFACTURER, No. 155 West Broadway, New
'YOrk, solo manufacturer of the celebrated Concert
Pine. • The subscriber would inform his numerous
friends and customers that he has greatly enlarged his
manufacturing department, in order to meet the increase
in demand for his unrivalled Pianos, and movers , piano,
eepeolally tone and touch, is personally auperintended
, by the enbectiber, the public will be warranted an
enamel:it which, for beattty, strength, and durability,
- power and aweetness of tone 'and touch, stands unsur
linseed. Every piano gold at the lowest manufacturers'
prices. A call is respectfully solicited. 0c29-6m
(.1 OLD MEDAL-PIANO FORTES.
STEINWAY & SONS,
hIANUFACTURERS, 84 AND 88 WALKER STREET,
NEW -YORE,
' Received the following Brat prize medals in competi
tion with the best manufacturers of Boston, New York,
Philadelphia, and Baltimore.
TWO FIRST PRIZE MEDALS at the Metropolitan
Fair, Washington, Marcb,llss.
A GOLD MEDAL at the Crystal Palace, New York,
November, 1855, (belogehe only Gold Medal given for
Pianos within the hut six years.)
A GOLD MEDAL at the Maryland Institute, Balti
more, 1856,
THE FIRST PRIZE MEDAL at the Fair, Crystal
Palace, New York November, 1850. Among the Judges
were the first musical talent of the country, finch as X.
Maxon, Gottschalk, Wolleehaupt, and many othe
St. 4c S. Planes (with and
,withont iron frames) are'
warranted for three years, and a written guarantee
gieen.' Pianos packed and shipped without charge.
• Weed moderate. 0c27-tf
15 000 BOXES OF AMERICAN
R
.DOW GLASS , oe all sizes and qnslitles,
for sate at lowest trios. •-
Our assortment a Complete, and are daily receiving
fresh lots from the Kensington Clan Worts.
-Sheets & Dadra make soperlor to any in the market
en to brilliancy and regale'. thickness, equal to , French
We are now receiving two-thirds of the Glans made at
theme-works:
2,000 boxes rreuch Glans of all eizes.
4,000 feet Rough Glees for skylights,
. 6,000 feet Engraved and Enamelled Glass, of all pat;
term,
White Lead, French and American Zinc, Paints, &c.
' 100 000 She White Load. --
00,000 los French Zinc (Vieille Montague).
. 76,000 lbs American Zinc.
Brown Zing, a fall supply.
Chrome Green, a full supply.
. Chrome Yellow, a fall supply.
" Prossion•Blue, a full supyiy.
-0 , Paris Green, a full supply. '
Address your enters to
ZIEGLER & SMITH, ;
- -Wholesale Druggists and Mannfa.cturere,
Polo Proprietors or the Penna. Steamtolor Works
Store 8. W. corner SECOND and GREEN Streets,
Philadelphia, dell tf
MEDICINAL BRANDY.—Pure Old Me
:, .1.e.11. dminal Cogent,, the meet powerful strengthener
for weak lungs, and general debility of the age a sure
cure for Dyspepsia, whether actitw or' chronio, DOW
Spirits, he Pelee 01. 25 per bottle, or $lO.llO per dozen.
• Warranted pure. • Imported e x pressly for us, ff Sole
Agents" for the United States.
-• ZIEGLER, & SMITH,
Wholesale Druggists, B. W. cos Second ant Green.
We refer., by permission. to the following members of
the m e dical' faculty , , as to the . -purity and chemical
'standard 'Atkin Brandy,. -
• O. P. Reichline, MD.: Fourth, above Timany.
- Obits, 11. Taylor, 31 D.,. Fourth, above Brown. - ,
ehrte,"ll' . Roberts, M. - D., Third; below Franklin. '
Wilson P, Yasey, M. D., Fourthobove Thompson.
J. K. Knorri M. D., Front, above Poplar. - - dell.tf
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JR- - rear 'informed that Manahan been open
, bY the 'tiperintendentii of Publie" Lighting
whir' requested to give Information rear
- fie' Y happen to the PUblie Liner
tilting or extinguishing them
not - properly cleaned end
The Books will be kept be
a et., Vint Weill Chad
• - ta a llalne7Jit:sbovO Six'
,i ce , hinisse street, Twos?
' Contekareet, Fine
I ,Tsre,nty-Yourtic
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Arrankfor'
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respectfullyinformed that 0111061 have been opened
bj- the Elatriet Superintendent; of Enblie' bighting, at
which citizens everequeged Were Information respect.
fiffitecldenta magbappou to the PilblloLtiepa; or
e anylallare in E,ghthig or extinguishing them at :the
qaoper" time; '• not" - properly cleaned and In good
:lighting - condition, The Books will be kept by l oseph
matty,bfo. 808 ;19bitrton et., ElrOtWerdi Charles OtarAti,
~, , la,Eitipe.iitadistrict, No. siMaineolt.- above Sixth;
Birk N 0 .1 4 8$ ,lintr-bSn.DX , atroat; Twentieth Ward;
, Mekong, No. 2237 Costekkreet, Fifteenth Ward;
Thom.V.Eawlbyi(las 011 ice,TIVenty-diourthWard, (West
- l'h#lptdai) ddlraddeh v slas onto. , Twenty
.lyard, ''(Gerreantowno-, N. Market Gas
Z.,fillleer EVichty.Thlrd, Ward, (Vrankford;),ehg et the A BRAm SLACK—ENGRAVING, DIE
aitioflieefn , serenth street - beldwldarket, - Sinking and • Embosaed Printing, Envelope end
fly order of the Truatelli,orthe'Phdadelphia, GO Seal Press Manufactory, 87 S t rawberry Street, between
Werke. A. J. aril:, Second and. Third, and Market and Wiestout Street,
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tegat Notico.
TN THE .DISTRICT COURT i FOR THE
CITY AND COUNTY OF PHILADELPHIA.
JOHN HANILAND; to useLv. JOHN D. ESHER.
March 1857, No. 944 Yen. Exp.
The Auditor appointed to distribute proceeds of sale
under the above writ of—'
No. T. All that certain lot or piece of land situated
on the southwestwardlyside ofWisaahickon road, at the
distance 'of 300 feet southeastwardly from a thirty-three
feet wide lane, .oalled 11161in's lane, in the Northern
'Liberties township,' now In the city of Philadelphia,
containing In breadth ou said road 100leet; thence ex
tending southwestward between parallel lines at right
angles with the said road '240 feet.
No. 2. Also. all that certain tract or piece of land situate
on the southWestvrardly side of the Wissahickon or Ridge
, turnpike rood, in Peon township, now in the city of
Philadelphia, beginning at s pat on the aide of a two
perch wide lane, commonly called 51ifilin'a lane, which
extends from the said road to a landing-place on - the
Schuylkill river; thence by the milt allihm , s lone south
63 degrees 20 minutes, welt 67 pert ea and seven-tenthe
ton peat cornerof Matthias Harrison's allotinent; thence
by the aame north 30degrees40 minutes. West 81 perches
and one half to a post; thence by the' hereinafter de
scribed tract north 63 degrees 20 minutes, east 53 per
ches and a half to a poet on the aide of the said Wissa
hickon road; thence by the same south 34 degrees, east
61 perches and two-tentla of a perch, and south 40 de
grees, 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 southwestwardly aide of
the said Wissahickon dr Ridge turnpike road aforesaid,
beginning at a corner of the dove-described tract;
then& running along the tene course of mist road north
27 degrees and a half, west 16 perches and eighty-five
hundredths parts of a perch to a corner of land;ranted
to George Beck; thence by the said Deere land south
69 degrees and a half, west #l3 perches and six-tenths of
a perch to a corner of lend hold by William Reale
and Jonathan Williams, in trust for Catharine Price
and her children; thence by the same south 4 degrees
and a quarter, east 21 perches and twenty-five-hun
dredths parts of a perch to a corner of the above-de
scribed tract, lax feet aonthiirest of a white oak sapling
on the line of the above-described tract; thence along
the said lane north 50 degrees and a half, oast 46
perches and eighty-live-hundredths parts of a perch to
the place of beginning, containing 6 acres and 19 perches
of
No. 4. Also, all that certain messuage or tenement
and lot or pirco of ground, situate, lying, and being In
the Northern Liberties, now in the city of Philadelphia,
beginning ot a stake by the side of a strip of ground left
open for a road; thence extending by land formerly
claimed by Benjamin Mifflin south 38 degrees, oast 47
perches and eix•tdnthn of a perch to a stake; thence by
land sold by Frederick Dover and wife to Benjamin Key
ser north 50 degrees, oast 18 perches to another stake ,•
thence by land formerly of Mtchael Olingmen north 38
degrees, west 47 perches and font.-tenths of a porch to
the side of the ground left open for a road as aforesaid•
thence alongside of said road south 60 degrees, west 18
porches to the place of beginning; containing 5 acres of
land. -
No. 5. Also, a certain lot or piece of land situate for
merly In the Northern Liberties, but now in the city of
Philadelphia, on the imitheastwardly side of a certain
lane, called fitandley's lane ,bounded and described as
followeth, agreeable to survey lately made thereof by
Robert Brook, surveyor, via: Beginning at a stone at
j the elide of Standiey'a lane ,• thence partly by another
piece of land, belonging to the said George Esher, and
partly by land of Philip Ilershbergor, south 30 degrees
15 minutes, east 04 perches and 5.10 to a stone ; thence
by other land, late of Jasper Moylan, deceased south
52 degrees, west 11 perches and 640 of a porch to a
atone ; thence by other land of the said George Esher,
north 30 degrees, 15 minutes, west 65 porches and 9-10
of a perch, to a stone In the side of the said lane ;
thence alongside of said lane, north 69 degrees, east
11 perches and 6-10 to the place of beginning.
No. 0 'Also, all that tenement ant tract or parcel of
land, si tuate, lying, and being in the Northern Liberties,
now in the city of Philadelphia, beginning at a post
etanding on the northeast aide of Wissahickon road, a
corner of land late of Peter Turner; thence by the same
land north 63 degrees 20 minutes, east 26 porches 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; thence by land late , of Joshua Fisher south
53 degrees 20 minutes, west 20 perches and 4.10 of a
perch, to another post standing on the aide of Wissa
hickon road aforesaid, and thence ,by the same road 40
degrees, east 04 perches 7 feet 8 inches, to the place of
begmulng ; containing 11 acres and 37 perches—will
attend to the duties of his appointment on WEDNES
DAY, Decemberlotlt, 1857, at 4 o'clock, P. Si., at his
office, at the southeast corner of EIGHTH and LOCUST
Streets, when and where all persons interested are re
quired to nuke their claims, or be debarred from coming
In upon said fund.
'decs-dlot DANIEL DOUGHERTY, Auditor.
NOTICE.—WHEREAS HENRY WHITE
1 1 and James Stevens late copartners, trading as
White, Stevens, & Co., did, on the eleventh day of No•
camber, A. D. 1857., make and execute a general as
signment to the undersigned, in trust, for the 'benefit
of their credltoriorhlelt' said assignment Is duly re
corded at Philadelphia, all persons indebted to sold
aesignore will make payment to
ISAAC' S. WATERMAN, Assignee,
nol4 arow.l3w4 N. W. corner Second &Arch sta.
A lIDITOR'S• NOTICE.=-ESTATE OF
.CIIL ABRAHAM L. MOYER, and Wife, assigned for
benefit of Oreditore. ' "
The undersigned, Auditor appointed by the Court of
Common Pleas of blontgemery county, to make distri
bution of the balance appearing on the account filed by
henry Mcldiller, assignee of ABRAHAM L. MOYER
and Wife, for the benefit of creditors, among the per-
sons legally entitled thereto, will attend to the duties
ref his appointment, at hid office, in the borough of
NORRISTOWN; in said county, on WEDNESDAY, the
80th day of December, 1857, at 10 'clock A. M., when
and where all persons interested may attend.
del•mat D. F. HANCOCK, Auditor.
MUNICIPAL CLAIMS.-NOTICE IS
hereby given to the owners of premises mention.
ed in the appended memoranda ,of Claims for Paving,
that write of .Stirs Iliad" will be Issued on said claims
in three months from the date hereof, unless the same
shall be paid at the oMce of the undersigned, 212 South
PIFTII Street, below Walnut, at or before that time.
WILLIAM M. 13111111,
November 2d, 1857. Attorney for Plaintiff.
City of Philadelphia to the use of George W. Btrond
vs. Charles Reynold. 0. P. June T., 1857, No. 90.
Claim $293 39. Paving southwest corner Twenty-sec
ond and Green street?.
Same vs. John P. Titus. C P., September T., 1857;
No. 69. Claim $10.17. Paving north side Clayton it.
163 feet west of Twenty-second.
Same vs. Tease Coniston. 0. P., September T.,1857,
No. 68, Claim 562.03. Paring north side of Clayton
street, 62 feet west of Twenty-second. ao3•m.3m
oncational.
HALL OF ST. JAMES THE LESS,
, NEAR FALLS OS SOINTLEILL,
YIiILADEL PEI L.
SELECT BOARDINO SCHOOL FOR ROTEL
REPIBENOII
. . . .
Tho Rector, R. B. R SHYSER, may be seen every
WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, Own 3 to 5 o'clock, at
HOOKER'S Bookstore, 8, W. corner EICHTH and
CHESTNUT, where also circulars may bo obtained.
Address Rat. B. R. SMYSER,
tl34Ert Falls of Schuylkill, Philadelphia,
r.RITTENDENn , PHILADELPHIA COM
MERCIAL COLLEGE, S. E. corner of SEVENTH
and CHESTNUT Streets, Second and Third Stories,
1100E-REEPING, PENMANSHIP, every style,
OOMHEROIAL LAWS AND FORMS.
COMMERCIAL CALCULATIONS.
LECTURES, &o.
Each Student has individual instrantion from compe
tent sod attentive Teachers, under the Immediate
anperrialon of the Principal.
One of the Best Penmen In the Country has charge of
the Writing Department.
Please °Aland see Specimens and get a Catalogue of
Term, &o. octiir
PROFESSOR SAUNDERS' INSTITUTE,
WEST PHILADELPHIA.
No Seminary whatever is more like a private family.
The coats° of study is extensive and thorough. Pro.
fester 'Soundest will receive a few more pupils under
fourteen years of age into his family. Enquire of
Mesas. J. S. Silver and Mathew Newkirk, or Col. J. W.
Forney, Editor of this Paper ; whose sons or wands are
now members of Me family. septl44f
TROY FEMALE SEMINARY.-THE
1. School Year, Consisting of two Tames, will com
mence on the SECOND WEDNESDAY of September,
and close the last Wednesday of June following.
Normal Class, Troy Female Seminary—Tuition free.
Winter Term commencing September 10th.
The charge for tuition and board, including all ne
eesearles connected with It, such as room rent, washing.
fuel, light, eta. , 5225 per annum. An additional
charge 10 made for music and the other ornamental
branches of female education. Where a fixed Rum is
preferred, $350 per annum (one-ball payable at the
commencement of each term) will be received, and for
It the pupil entitled to all the advantages of the Insti
tution.
Pupils may enter at any period of the term, and are
required to pay only from the time of entrance.
The Institution furnishes all . possible facilities for a
thorough (mum of useful and ornamental education,
The Principals are &related by more than twenty pro
fessors and Teachers.
Extensive counsel' of Lectures are annually delivered
by Professors on Chendstry, Natural Philosophy, Gook.
ay, Botany, Astronomy, and Elocution.
Thin Institution is Weighed with a valuable Library
and extensive Philosophical Apparatus, a welLitelected
cabinet of Minerals and Shells, and Maps, Charts,
Globes, and Models,
Every facility ls afforded for the thorough study of
the French language. The French teachers reside In
the family, and adapt their system of instruction to the
use of the language in conversation.
DIPLOMAS are awarded to young ladles who have
passed satisfactory examinations in the full course of
English studios, with Latin, or one of the modern
languages. OESTIFIOATES to those who have com
pleted the partial course.
The pupils are rejelved Into the family of the Princi
pals, in which every arrangement hi made for their
physical education, and the improvement of their man.
sell and morals. They occupy private rooms, two in
each, the rooms of the female teachers and that of an
experienced nurse being among those of the young
Wien.
The advantagee of this Institution are the roault of
the accommodated facilities of more than thirty years
of its onward progress.
Circulars containing more particular information may
be obtained by application to the Principe'la, John
Willard and Sarah L. 'Willard, Troy, N. Y.
The terms for day scholars are $5 per quarter for the
Introductory class of English studies. These are Read
ing, Writing, Spelling, Grammar, Arithmetic, Rudi
ments of Geography, Geography for beginners, and
Geology for beginners.
For the second class $7 per quarter. This Includes all
the branches constituting the eatenslre course of Eng
-114 studies,
TRUSTEES.
BENJAMIN MARSHALL, President.
Jona IL WILLARD, Secretary,
Mayor and Recorder of Troy, ex-oMclo.
Benjamin btarahall, John 1). Willard,
Robert D.Bllliman, Thomaa W. Illatchrord,
Jonas 0. Reartt, Silos 11. Stow,
Jos Van Schoonhoren, Jonathan Edwards,
Geo. B. Warren Thomas (Bowes,
John A. Griswo ld, John Mallory,
Uri Gilbert, 0c29.6m
ÜBURN MASONIC FEMALE
1 . 1 COLLEGII.
.
FACULTY
J. DARBY, A. M., President, Lecturer on Natural
Science,
W 11.0. PRICE, A. M., Principal, Teacher In all
Departments.
Rev, G. W. 011ATPIRLD, A. M., Teacher la the Vol.
legiate Department.
Miss M. R. ANDERSON, Teacher in Primary Depart
ment.
Mrs. JULIA A. PRICE, Teacher of Menlo.
Mrs. 3131:1A P, DARBY, Teacher of Drawin g and
Painting.
The session of this Institution commenced on the
first MONDAY in October, and will continue nine and
a bait months.
TUITION, PER, TSAR:
Primary Department, $3O; intermediate Department,
$10; College Department, $5O• Incidental Fee, $2;
firaduation Fee, $4 • Music on Piano or Guitar. S6O ;
Liao Of Instrument, ; Pencil or Monochromatic Draw
ing, $2O ; Water Color Painting, $3O; Oil Painting, $4O;
French and Latin, each, $2O.
The Tuition Fees must be settled before any pupil
aril' be entered.
Board can ,e obtained In private families at $12.10
per month, including washing, wood, and lights.
The Institution posseases advantages for illustration
in Natural Science superior to thaw of any similar one
in the South. There Is not to be found, in any Female
School, more complete Chemical and Philosophical Ap
paratus, and a more extensive Cabinet for illustrating
all branches of Natural History. These means are in
daily use.
All the College buildings are undergoing repairs,
and everything will be made as conitortable as pos.
eible.
Auburn Is as healthy as there is any necessity tot'.
It could not be healthier, unitise the people should
never die at all,
The President and Principal base the entire control
of the Institution, and any inquiries addressed to either
of them will meet with prompt attention.
N B.—Persons wishing Water, soils, or eras analyzed,
may have it done by sending to
on 27-tf Professor J. DARBY.
0 FFICE6I` ARMY bLOTRITa AND
EQUIPAGn; PLULADELPIIIi, Docember 4, 1857.
—SEALED PROPOSALS are Melted, and will he rPI
celved at this aloe, until 10 o'clock A. 51. of the 411
day of January coil, for furnishing by contract the fel
lowing Army Supplies and Materials, deliverable at the
United states ClOthing and Equipage Depot, (Schuylkill
Areend,) is quantities as required, viz :
6,000 yards 6.4 dark blue (indigo wool 4.1) cloth for
caps and hands, weighing about 14 ounces
per yard.
63,000 do 0.4 dark blue (Indigo wool dyed) twilled
cloth, weighing 21 ounces per yard.
120,000 do 64 sky-blue (Indigo wool dyed) twilled
cloth, weighing 2.2 ounces per yard
dark blue (indigo dyed) cotton and
wool flannel, weighing OM ounces per
yard.
..0,000 do 1-8 white flannel (cotton and wool) to
weigh 6,4 ounces per yard.
10,000 do 6.4 dark blue flannel, wool (Indigo dyed.)
10,000 do 47 inch alpaca, (Wick.)
100,000 do ( canton 2 flannel, to weigh )7 ounces
per yard.
174,000 do y unbleached drilling, to_ weigh 6j4
10,000 do
ounces per yard.
7; unbleached drilling, to weigh ly e ounces
per yard.
:6,000 do 30 Inch cotton duck, to weigh 22g ounces
per yard.
15,000 do CO inch cotton dirok, to weigh 15)4 ounces
per yard.
55,000 do 1.15,16 inch cotton duck, to weigh 14)4
ounces per yard.
"5,000 do 2414 inch cotton duck, to weigh 10 ounces
per yard.
22 inch cotton duck, to weigh 11 ounces
per yard.
3,600 do 2.1 inch cotton duck, to v.OlO 0 ounces
per card.
16,000 do 24 Inch cotton duck, to weigh 12l ounces
23,000 per yard.
do 83 inch cotton duck, to weigh 0) ounces
per yard.
12,000 army blankets wool, gray. (with the letters U.
S. In black. 4 inches in length, in the cen
tre,) to be 7 feet long, and 5 feet 6 inches
wide, each blanket to weigh 5 pounds.
7,500 dozen pairs heir stockings, S slues, properly
made, of good sound fleece wool, and with
double and twisted yarn, to weigh 3 pounds
per dozen.
10,800 pompons for engineers, ordnance, medical de
partment, dragoons, titles, artillery, and
Infantry.
30.000 cop bodies.
12,000 yards glazed silk for covers,
140 N. C. S. brass scales, pairs.
600 sergeant's do do do
8,000 corporal's and privates' brass scales, pairs.
5 N. O. 8. bronzed do do
30 sergeant's dodo do
_ . .
!...'5,000 do
500 corporal's and privates , bronzed do do
76,000 yards Ni in worsted lace, S
/ yellow, scarlet, thy
5,000 do .3i \in do do blue, orange. green.
0,700 do red bunting.
0,000 do whito do
2,000 do blue do •
2.600 gross coat buttons.
3,600 do vest do
3,500 do suspender buttons, white metal.
4,600 do shirt do do
45,000 tent buttons, wood, small.
12,000 do slips, do do
5,000 do buttons, do largo.
1,000 do slips, do do
100 hospital tent poles, sets.
500 wall do do
000 common do do
4,000 galvanised iron wire rods, for touts.
10,000 do do staplea, do
3,000 mesa pans; iron
1,000 camp kettles, iron, three sizes.
12,000 tin canteens, (3 pints, weight 11)4 ouucos,) with
stoppers.
1,000 pick axes, two sizes.
2,000 do handles.
1,000 camp hatchets.
40 trumpet cords and tassels, orange.
40 trumpet cords and tassels,
20 do do do goon.
40 drums, Artillery, complete. ao
70 do Infantry,
1,100 do heads, batter
700 do do soars.
300 do satires, sets.
200 do sticks, pairs.
200 do do carriages.
All the above mentioned articles must conform in oil
respect., to the sealed standard patterns in this office,
where they can be examined ; and temple patterns will
be sent by mall, with any additional Information In
regard to them, which may be requested by manufac
turers or others whiung to oiler proposals. It is
desirable that all the articles be of domestic manufac
ture.
Deliveries to commence on the 16th day of February
next, and one-half of the quantity contracted for to be
delivered in equal monthly proportions, by or before
the 30th April, 1868; the remainder within four months
,from that date, in monthly or greater proportions, as
the contractor may find it convenient.
' The privilege is reserved by the United States of In
creasing from one-third to one-half the quantity of all
the supplies above mentioned, by giving the contractor
One month's notice of such desired increase.
-
Payments will be made on each delivery, should Con
gress have made an appropriation to meet them, or as
soon thereafter es un appropriation shall bo made for
that purpose. Ten per cent, of the amount of each de
livery wLll be retained until the contract shall be com
pleted, which will be forfeited tothe United States in case
of defalcation on the part of the contractor in fulfilling
the contract.
Bids will be received from manufacturers or regular
dealers. only, in Use articles proposed to be furnished;
and none wilebeconaidered In which the MILD ufactitreen
mill or dealer's place of business is not specifically get
forth.
Contracts n ill be based on accepted proposals, for the
fulfilment of which two or more sufficient 9ceuri Hes 1,111
be required.
Tho names, addresa, and the responsibility of the
persona proposed se seen tit i en, with the acknowledgment
of said persona that they will be such security, or will
see that good and sufficient secueity be furnished in
case a contract is obtained, will be transmitted n ith the
proposals.
It iv to be distinctly understood by every person ob
taining a contract, that said contract it not transferable
without the consent of proper authority, and that any
sale, assignment, or trannier of it, without ouch con
sent having been obtained, (except under a process of
law,) will be regarded as an abandonment of the con—
tract, and the contractor and his securities will be held
responsible for all loss or damage to the United States
which may arise from said abandonment.
Proposals will be addressed to the undersigned, and
will be endorsed "Proposals for furnishing army sup
plies and materials."
lIEN.R.Y 0. P7AVNT,
deci-flaw gawk if t. Major, A. CZ. Mr
QTEA3I MACHINERY FOR SCREW PRO
-1.3 PELLER SLOOP-OP-WAR.
Na,T DRPAILT/1857.,
November 19,1897.
SEAM PROPOSALS, endorsed it Proponale for
Steam Machinery for Screw Propeller sloop-of. War."
will be received at Ebb' Department until 9 o'clock the
loth December next, for the complete construction of
the steam machinery and appendages, and placing it on
board a screw propeller ship of war building in the
United Statea navy yard at Philadelphia.
The °fibre moat be for a specific sum for putting the
whole in successful operation ; must include all patent
fees for any arrangements that may be proposed ; state
the time in which the work will be completed, and be
accompanied by the usual guarantee required by law.
The name of the °Stahl ishruent in which the work Is to
be executed lutist be Mated.
ALONZO POZTAFt
The details of the design and arrangement of the ma
chinery will be lett with the party whose proposition
may be accepted as combining the greatest number of
advantages. keeping to slew simplicity of construction,
readiness of access for adjustment when in operation,
and not being subject to derangement in the working
parts; it being the object of the Department to obtain
the most speed and power with the most economical
consumption of fuel and the greatest stowage of coal
which the apace available for that purpose will admit.
The boilers to be of iron, with telescopic smoke-pipe,
which must be placed at the greatest practicable dis
tance from the mainmast; the propeller, with the con
nections for hoisting, to be of composition; the ma
chinery for hoisting, for pumps, apparatus for ventilat
ing, and appurtenances of all kinds necessary for the
perfect working of the whole, to be of the most ap
proved kinds. The cool-bunkers, shaft passage. two
athwartahips iron bulkheads, a distilling apparatus for
fresh water from which can to made not less than LICKS)
gallons per day; all the tools and duplicate pieces ne
cessary and satisfactory for an efficient cruising steam
ably-of-war must he included in the proposition, and S.
ist of them must be furnished.
The wood and carpenter work (except the boring out
the deadwood for the shaft) neoessary to adapt the ves
sel for the reception of the machinery, boilers, and ap
pendages, will berovided at the expense of the rimy
Department, and it will permit the use of mach frmilb
ties ae it may have for hoisting the heavy machinery on
board.
For the accommodation of the entire steam machinery
and the tool, there „ill be allowed in the body of the
ship the entire space, under the berth deck, commencing
at 17X feet abaft the mainmast, and thence extending
forward a distance of 5d feet ; the greatest breadth In
side clear of the plank under the beams being 4.2)i feel,
and the height from the top of the timbers to the un
der aide of the beset ainidshing being 13 feet 0 itichec
Within this space it is expected to carry coal for thir
teen dab's' full steaming, the daily consumption of which
the bidder will state in his specificatione ; and the
'Weight of the machinery, water to boilers, shaft, pro
peller, and appendages, wITh the tools and spare work,
must not exceed 340 tons, of 2 240 pounda.
The distance from the aft side of the mainmast to the
. . .
aft•side of the forward stern-poet will be about 100 feet,
and the distance between the forward and the after
stern-poet will be 7 feet ; the depth from the load water
line to the top of the keel under the propeller will be
103 i feet.
Steam-engine manufacturers who desire to bid eau
obtain a copy of the section of the vessel upon making
application to the Department.
The proposal must be accompanied by full specifica
tions and general drawings, having the position of the
centre of grarityof the machinery, boilers, die,, marked
on them; giving also the capacity of the ateatn cylin
dere and wee of foot and delivery valves, and of air
pump ; and outboard delivering valves, apace for steam
above the water line to boilers, the fire and grate sur
face; also, the diameter, pitch surface, and kind of
propeller. Mid other principal points, that comparisons
can readily be made. There will also be given the esti.
mate of the weight of engines, boilers, crater, bunker,
appendages, tools, and spare work, In tons of 2,240
pounds.
The terms of payment will be that when one-fourth
of the materials and labor provided for in the contract
shall have been completed to the satisfaction of the
Departm nt, there will be made a payment of one-fifth
part of the whole amount of the contract; when nue
half the work shall in like manner be completed, there
will be a further payment of one-fifth ,• when three
fourths the work slant' have been completed, a further
payment of ouedifth; when the whole shall have been
completed, and have made a satisfactory trial of one
week, then a further payment of one-fifth ; and when
the ship shall have performed satisfactorily at sea for a
period of three months, then the remaining sum shall
be paid.
The repairs necessary during this period from defer,
tire workmanship or materials will be at the expense of
the contractor.
The proposals tout De explicit, and no qualified or
conditional oiler will be considered,
ISAAC TOUCHY,
no23•m h th t Peel 8 Secretary of the Navy
IJ NITED STATES POST-OFFICE, IN
CITY OP PHILADELPHIA.
SEALED PROPOSALS, for supplying materials and
workmanship required in the erection and construction
of a Pont-office building in the City of Philadelphia,
for the United States Post-office Department, will be re
ceived at the office of the undersigned, Commissioner
for the building, No. 206 South FOURTH Street, on or
before the twelfth day of December neat.
Contracts will be awarded not} to master-builders
and mechanics. Ruch Proposal must be accompanied
by a written guarantee, signed by two responsible per.
RODS, to the e ff ect that the bidder, mill, when required,
if his proposal be accepted, enter Into a contract and
bond with proper and ettlaelellt APO urielles for itx faith.
fel performance.
Plans and epecifieations for the building can be seen
upon application at the office of the Architect, John
MeArthur, Jr., No. 16 Mercantile Library Building,
where every information respecting materials and w orb
manship will be given.
The Proposals must be sent to the office of the Com
missionerond addressed to John Rice and endorsed
"Proposals for the United States Posaffice at Phila
delphia," and will be opened at noon of the last-named
day for receiving the MO. JOHN RICE,
nor 12-dtdel2 Commissioner.
1311ILADELPHIA COUNTY PRISON.-
11 PROPOSALS will be, received at the
Philadelphia County Prison until the 2ith that., for
the employment of the convict prisoners at weaving for
the year 1158.
By order,
di-mwfr-ttl24
WI S S. WE I, LS, ATTORNEY AT
IA LAW, N 0.2 AIRY STREET, NORRISTOWN, Pa.,
will attend with punctuality, and to the beet of his
ability, to all business entrusted to hie care. ocl.-3m
D ANIEL DOUGHERTY, ATTORNE
.11 AT LAW, Southeast Corner of EIGHTH and
OUST Streets, Philadelphia. sul-ly
RUSSIA AND AMERICAN TARRED
0011DAGE.—a 'superior article, manufacture
sod for pole bT WEAVER, PULER fo 00.,
an fi•tf fig. 23 N. Water at., k 22 N.Witareee,
THE PRESS.-PIMADELPHIA, MONDAY. 'DECEMBER 14, 1857.
propbealo,
J. K. HOWELL,
Clark
%Morino at Law
53hipping.
THE BRITISH AND NORTH AMERI
CAN ROYAL MAIL STEAMSHIPS.
. .
, PROM NOW TOSIE TO LITT.T.POOI.. . I
Chief Cabin Passage 1130
Second Cabin Passage 75
rOOM UOBTON 70 LIVERPOOL.
Chief Cabin Passage 5110
Second Cabin Passage 60
The snips from Boston call at 11411 fax.
1
PERSIA, Capt. Judklus. CANADA, Capt. Lang.
ARABIA, Capt. J. Stone. AMERICA, Oapt.Wickman
ASIA, Capt. E. O. Lott. NIAGARA, Capt. Ryrie.
AFRICA, Capt. Shannon. EUROPA, Capt. J. Leitch.
These vessels carry a clear white light at mast-head ;
green on starboard bow; red on port bow.
AFRICA, Shannon, leave N.York, Wednesday, Deo. 0.
AMERICA, Lott, t 4 Boston, Wednesday, Dec. 16.
EUROPA, Leitch, 41 • N.York, Wednesday, Deo. tl3.
CANADA, Lang, 4 ( Boston, Wednesday, Deo. 30.
PERSIA,JUdichis, 44 N.York, Wednesday, Jan 6, , be
NIAGARA, Wickman, Boston,Wednesday,Jan.l3 , sB
AFRICA, Shannon, 4 - N.York,Wednesday, Jan. 20.
Berths not secured 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, unless Mlle of lading are signed therefor and
' the value thereof therein expressed.
For freight or passage apply to
deg-y E. CIIZIATID, 4 Bowling Green, N, York.
VOR SAN FRANCISCOT—CLIPPER OF
.I.' SATURDAY, December 10th.—The unsurpaceed
clipper ship TWILIGIIT I , a.vres,COOollatulo r .
Clipper of TIIURSDA , December '24th.—The mag
nificent A 1 clipper ship LOOK OUT, 11.tnit.rox, Com
mander.
Both or those eelebrate.l nhlps are now loading In
New York, end will nail as abort.
For freight ; at Now York rates, apply to
lik 4 lloP, filtdONS, & CO.,
deg 1Z) (late 88) NORTII WISAILVE
pOR LIVERPOOL—TIIIIRSDAY, DE
CEMBER 17. The Packet Ship PIIILADEG
NITA, Capt. Ousates P. POOLS, will KU as above.
Cabin passage fFO
Second cabin
Steerage 18
Second Cabin and Steerage Passengers found with
Provisions, according to the American passenger act.
For freight or paasege, apply to
TILOS. RICUARDSON k CO.
Drafts on the Agents in sums to suit, from Ll up
wards. null
SAVANNAH STEAMSHIP YINI
STEAtisturs
STATE OF GEORGIA
•
KEYSTONE STATE.
ru consequence of the depressed Mate of trade, the
above ships will be withdrawn fur the present.
October,ll3th, A. lIERON,
FARE u R A E v D itE U . C_E n D o
TO SOUTITADIPTON
..agnincont sten:A..4 VAN
. commander, 6,248 tong,
DERBILT, Edward Iliggia.
will sell
From Now York for South. From Southampton and
arnpton and Earle. lime for Now York.
Saturday Oct. 24 Saturday Nov. 14
Saturday Deo. 6 Saturday Deo. 20
Price of passage—Pint cabin, 2300; second cabin,
$5O Specie delivered in London and Dario. For freight
tr passage apply - to D. TORS ANON, Agent,
No. 6 Dowling art ut, New York.
Letters for England and Europe, pro-paid, 26 cents
each halt 01113 CO, (by enclosure of postage stamps if from
other eitioe,) will be reooivod at No. 0 Dowling-green,
New York, up to 111 i o'clook on the morning of sidl
ing. 0010-Of
'7 4 10R ENGLAND AND eRANOE,IB67.
A. New York and Havre Steamship Company.--The
United States Stan Steamehtpa ARMI(, 2,600 tone,
David Linos commander, and FULTON, 2,600 tone,
lames A. W ' atton, commander, will leave Now York,
Uovro and Southampton, for the youra 1867 and 68, on
the following daya:
LIEU NEW NELL
1857. 1828.
Arago, 66fdliord."' k Aug. of rteni, t y o d J r a o r i i , .. 9
@anon, do. Oct. 17 Axago, do. Moselle.
Fulton,
d 0 ... Nov . . 11 F A u r lto o o, d d o o . tr y il
. E 1
Fulgozi, do.. May 29
LZATIII HAVEL
165 i.
Arago, Tuesday, Aug. 26
Bolton, do. Eept. 22
Azago t do. Qat. 20
Bolton, do. NOT. 11
Arego, do. Deo. 16
1868.
Fulton, do. Jan. 12
Arago, do. Feb. 9
Fulton, do. Marsh
Arago, do. April
Walton, do. Mey 4
Atm), do. June 1
Walton, do. June 29
I cairn sotrruistvron.
1867.
Arago, Wednesday, Ang. 28
Fulton, do. Sep .28
Arago, do. Oct. 21
Salton, do. Nov. 18
Arago, do. Dec. 18
1868.
Balton, do. Jan. 13
Arno, do. Feb. 10
Fulton, do. Max. 10
Arago, do. April 7
Fulton, do. May 6
Arogo, do. June 2
Fulton, do. Youe 80
Patel Or YASUO':
Prom New York to Southampton or Harre—Yire •
Cabin, $l3O ; Second Cabin, $l5.
Prom llaTre or Bonthampton to New York—Tire
Cabin, 800 frees; Second Cabin, 600 francs.
for freight or plumage, apply - to
MORTIMEB LIVINGSTON, Agent, 7 Broadway
WILLIAM IBELLN, " Havre.
UROSKEY 4 CO., Bouth'ton
AMERIOAN EUROPEAN
EVREBB AND EX-is
Par.
ORANGB 00. anti
/VIM NEW YORK AND LIVERPOOL
.1. UNITED STATES MAIL STEAMERS.—The Ships
oomposing thui Line ate
The ATLANTIC, Capt. Oliver Eldridge.
The BALTIC, Capt. Joseph Comstock.
The ADRIATIO, Capt. James West.
,IThese ships have been bunt by contract, expressly for
erOveromeat service; every care has been taken in their
construction, as also in their englnee, to ensure strength
and speed, and their aonommodattena for passengers are
unequalled for elegance and comfort.
Price of passage from New York to Liverpool, in first
cabin, $110; in second do., $75; from Liverpool to Now
York, 00 and 20 gninotts. No berths steered unlesspaid
for. The ships of this line hate Improved water.tight
hulk heads.
PROPOSED DATES OP SAILING.
//Olt MOW TOIL /ROM LIVIRPOOL.
Saturday, June 90, 1867 Wednesday, June 24, 1857
Saturday, Jul 4, 1867 Wednesday, July 8, 1867
Saturday, Jul ;Y 18, 1857 Wednesday, July 22, 1867
flatunlay, Ang. 1, 1867 Wednesday, Aug. 6, 1877
Saturday, Aug , . 16, 1887 Wednesday, Aug. 19, 1857
Saturday,Sept. 12, 1867 Wednesday, Sept. 2, 1267
Saturday, Sept. Zt, 1867 Wsdnosday, st.f.t. an, MIST
Saturday, Oct. 14, 1857 Wednesday, Oct. 14 1867
Saturday, Oct. 24 1867 Wednesday, Oct. 28; 1867
Saturday, Nov. 7. 1867 Wednesday, N 02.11, 1857
Saturday, Nor. 21, 1867 Wednesday, Nor. 28, 1867
Saturday, Deo. 6, 1867 Wednesday, Dee. 9, 1857
Wednesday, Deo. 22, 1867
for Sleight or passage, apply to
EDWARD K. COLLINS, No. 58 Wall street, N. E.
BROWN, BIIIPLEY do CO., Lleorpool.
STEPIIEN KENNARD CO., 97 Austin
London.
B. G. WAINWRICiIIT A CO., Paris.
The owners of these ships will not be seeonntable for
gold, silver, bullion, specie, jewelry.pr ecious stones or
metalsunless bills of ladlutwr c nod therefor, and
the val'ue thereof expressed therein aul-tf
GREAT REDUOTION IN FARE TO EU
4LN ROPII.
First Cabin 1180 I Second Cabin 85 0
In tho fast.olaas paddle-wheel steamship ADRIEL,
2,000 tone, 0. D. LUDLOW, Commander, and NORTH
STAR, 2,500 tone, P. E. Lnravan, to sail from pier No.
3 NOrth River, at noon precisely, carrying the UNITED
STATM MAILS, Tli: ,
Leave N. York for' I
Southampton, 116. Bremen for Southampton
vre and Bremen, Southampton Inc New yolk.
Ariel, Saturday, Oct. 31. Wediedny, Nov 4.
N. PaCy, Oct. 31. Saturday, Nov. 29. IVeds'd'y, Dec. 30
These steamers touch at HAVRE. 49010 delivered
in London and Paris. For passage and freight, apply
to D. TORRANCE, Ageut, No. S Bowling Green, New
York. oclo. tf
Wines ant, Liquors.
IRISH AND SCOTCH WHISKEY,
Wholesale and Retail,
By 11 rG 11 BAUR,
GOVERNMS!NT HOUSE, corner of
FROT end WHARTON Ftrects,
(op?osite the Nosy Yard,)
Philadcdphle
BANDIES.— , t Pinot • Castilian," Karett,
-E-1 and other Cognacs of various In halt
pipes and quarter cro•ka ; Bellevolsin litw aßrandies,
pale and dark, In half pipes, half casks, nea-eighth
casks. Imported and fur rale 14
HENRY BOHLEN & CO.,
ea= 221 and 221 South Fourth street.
A""NDBR 1 7 .11()LME4', NY/NE AND
LIQUOR STORE, No. 226, Southeast Corner o
GEORGE and SOUTH Streets. aul•ly
C I. LEWIS, IMPORTER AND DEALER
v. IN FINE WINER, LIQUORS, CIGARS, &a., 2,0
South HEM Street, Philadelphia. aul-ly
BRANDIES.—rinet, CAWlion & Co., Ma
rett & 00., and other brands of Cognacs of vartoue
vintages, In half pipee and quarter casks ; Pellevoisin
Rochelle Brandies, pale and dark, in half piece, quarter
casks and one-eighth casks, all in Canteen House atom,
imported and for sale by
HENRY HOMER & CO.,
an 0 ' Nee. 221 and 223 South Fourth street.
nITHMAR & BUTZ, PORTER, ALE
1./ AND LAGER BEER BREWERY, No. rdo (new
No. p3B) North THIRD Street, Philadelphla.—Shipplog
orders promptly attended to. aul-t!
Booto nub Oboes
BOOTS AND SHOES.—The subscriber
has an hand a largo and varied stock of BOOTS
and 81101$, which he will sell at the lowest prlcew.
($O. W. TAILOR,
no2l-ly S. E. coiner FIFTH and MARKET Sta.
TALL STOCK OF BOOTS AND SHOES.
—JOSEPH IL THOMPSON & CO. No. 314 MAIL.
HET Street, and Nos. 3 and 5 FRANELIN PLACE,
have new In store a large and well-assorted stock of
BOOTS and 31.10E5, of City and Eastern manufacture,
which they offer for sale on the beet !Arras for Cub, or
on the usual credit.
EMMill1;;11=1;lill;111
Nonce to Conoigiteco
NOTICE TO CONSIGNEES.
The ship I , IIILADELPIIIA, from Liverpool, is
now digcharging under general order, at SIIIPPEN
STREET WHARF. Coucigneeiwill please alcend to
receipt of their pOtill.
not VICO. 111011ARDSON & CO.
NOTICE TO CONSIGNEES.—The ship
PHILADELPHIA, Captain Pool, from Liverpool,
is now ready to discharge at Shippen street wharf. Con
elgnees will please deliver their permits to the Oustom
house officer on board. All goo do not permited in live
days will be sent to public store.
nolo THOMAS HICHARDSON A CO.
VOAOH, ENGINE AND HOTEL LAMP
V rectory of E. W MITERS, If 0.109 (late 430 South
EIGHTH, below Chestnut street, hal become a laving
of 60 per cent, to our SOUTIIERM AND WESTERN
6iEEOIIANTE, and oleo the convenience of having their
old Carriage Lamps new eitrer•topped and bottomed,
and tent by sweat to all vette. turd ly
oIOTTON-200 bales good Middling to Mid
NI dllag 1/llr Cotton, In store and for sato by
.IARTIN & AIACALISTIR,
nut 119 North Maar Ansel
STORAGE on • SECOND and THIRD
FLOORS can ba hail at 110 North {Votoratreet.
Apply to MARTIN rt MAOALISTER. n 023
CHARLES P. CALDWELL—Wholosale
..and Retail WHIP and VANN blanufseturar, No. 4
No (MUTH at.***- an 4
MA N I LI, A ROPE.-SUPERIOR MA
LYI NILLA ROPE, manufactured and for sale by
WEAVER, FITLER & CO.,
antiAt No. 28 N. Water at., and 44 N Wharree
;000 TONS or MITCHELL & OHOAS
dale,n Improved wiper PIIOSPHATI: Of?
for sale by MAU/ALE, PEIRCE & CO ,
nol.o-tt No.IW 11. Delaware avenue.
SPIRITS TURPENTINE-209 Ulm Spirit
Turpentine, to arrive, for Bete by
bIARTIti & AIAOALISTER,
an 1 111 trortb Witter xtre.t.
WELCOME RANGE.-SOLDHY CHM/
wwir k ARO. SUN N A taw) Ai enlR-AR
ft] YER STRO USE, ATTORNEY AT
61.11, LAW, MTN; great, Pottayille, PA, 0447
==!
/11HE BEST ASSORTMENT or LEIIIGII
AL AND LIDELUYLKILL COAL la at
IL DOLMAN'S YADD L
BROAD STREET, above Tins.
Bahl at reduced prlees. Call and see. oe3l-thr
22110 LBS. IS A TON.--:BIIYERS
and consumers are Invited to examine our
stock of g•LE111011 LOCUST MOUNTAIN; and BLACK
HEATH. 00AL. ,, Our Coal is selected expressly for
family use; being carefully screened, we will warrant it
free from slate and dust. 4, We sell 2240 lbs." being
240 lbs. wore , ' than sold by retail dealers, at . , 25 cents
Ws per ton."
Also, on band a full supply of "BROAD TOP SITU.
MINOT'S COAL" for Steamieuerating, Blacksralthlng,
and Rolling-mill purposes. This Coal cannot be ex.
celled.
Yarde, BROAD and VINE—BIg Sign "2240 LBS. IS
A TON. laeS - au) lITON & CO
V . 0A LI COAL! COAL I—TAGOART's
OELEBRATED SPRING MOUNTAIN LEHIGH
00AL.
J. A. R. CARTER'S G REENWOOD, TAMAQUA COAL
GEORGE W. BNYDEIVB PINE FOREST /RIIII7YL
KILL COAL.
RANDALL & MEREDITH
_ -
Rave for eels. 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 convlnee any one of their great
superiority. Our Coal le very carefully screened at our
yards, and we will warrant it perfectly free from elate,
dust and all impurities. Our PRICES are aa LOW as the
VERY LOWEST.
TOWARD FIRE AND MARINE IN-
A. IIIIIIANOE COM PANT—Oflire No. 419. WALNUT
Street, Philadelphia. The following statement of the
affairs of the company is publisled In conformity with s
provision of Ito charter :
FREIHERR RECEIVED FROM /COME 1, 18517,v0 AUGUR?
31, 1847.
Fire premiums $:93,729 51
Marine premiums 217.793 63
Perpetual premiums . 221 11 1 1
Orders left at our Bard, OALLCYWIIILL street, below I Total amount premiums taken.
8256,747 43
BROAD street.
Orden' left at our Offiee, No, 161 13013 . 111 FRONT
street, above Walnut.
Orders left at our Wharf, WATER !treat, above CAL
LOWHILL—or sent to either place per Despatch Poet,
will receive prompt attention.
Purchasers for Pamity use will do well to call and ex ,
amine our Coal before purchasing elsewhere. auCtf
CUUYLKILL AND LEHIGII COAL.-
n 3 I am daily receiving at my yard, the beet quality o.
SCHUYLKILL AND LEHIGH COAL. My customers,
and all others who may favor me with their orders, may
reld32l getting Coal that will be satisfactory to them.
No Inferior Coal kept at this establishment to
oiler at LOW PRICES.
ALEXANDER CONVERY,
N. E. corner or Broad and Cherry Sta
ILEHIGH AND SCHUYLKILL COAL.-
Li DALY, PORTER & CO., COAL DEALETiS, No.
821 PRIME Street, aborts Slabth, keep constantly on
hand, at the very lowest rates, • lull supply of Lehigh
Led Schuylkill Coal. au 1-60.1
Merchant titailoro.
JOHN P. DpLIERTY,
FOILIIKRIX WITII KELLY & BROTHILE,
LATE WULF WRENS, BELLY, & co.,
814 CHESTNUT STREET, ABOVE EIGHTH,
Gas now with him the best Tailors that are engaged
In the business in this country.
CHARLES ROTH, formerly the leading tailor of this
city; SI. Rance, formerly cutter for 0. Roth & Co.,
and late Coat and Vest cutter with Lukens, Kelly, &
Co.; Rasta Weasels, the beat Pants and Yost cutter
In the ISTnitcd States, for years cutter with Depierria,
under the Irving Rouse, lhoadway, and with Deplerris
& Pettus, under the St. Nicholas Hotel, Broadway.
The most unremitting attention paid to the wishes of
all who patronize the eitablishment.
The beat of Clothes wade at moderate price.: for
credit, too prices for fa tA. ocl3•tf
LAMES SHE R IDA N, AIERCIIANT
TAILOR., Nos. 16 'lndia Routh NINTH STREET,
ABOVE CHESTNUT.
A large and well selected stock of CLOTHS and
OASSIAIEREB alwaye on band.
All Olothing made at this Establishment will be of
the beet quality, and in the most fashionable style.
Particular attention given to UNIFORM CLOTH
IRO. auB-tf
SHARPE'S MEN'S AND BOYS'
CLOTHING, 14 North FOQItTII [!treat, between
droh and Bien. ine•ly
eatmnizsion itlertbanto.
yH. CHASE & CO.
fa • GENERAL
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
48 North FRONT end 44 ViATER Street, Philadelphia
CONSTANTLY lIMONITYNO
CLOVER SEED
On consignment from the interior or Pennsylvania,
where our new Cleaning Mill is now in general use.
Also, TIMOTUY AND DED TOP always on
hand.
HANDY & BRENNER—COMMISSION
MERCHANTS and Dealers In Foreign and Ame
rican HARDWARE and CUTLERY, Noe. 23, 26 and 27
North FIFTH Street, East aide abort) Commerce stroot,
Philadelphia. anl•tt
CHARLES TETE, COMMISSION MER
(HUNT and Importer of HAVANA 88.GAB8,
(New)l3B Walnut street. second story.
Qtabacra anb Cigare.
HAVANA CIGARS ,
meat, at %L se
Figaro, Fartagu,
Oabansa, Sultana,
Olorla, ' Jupiter,
794ono,Uooverclantes,
re Lopes, Milo° Americana,
Orejou, Flora Cubans, Aro , Ao ,
/to., inX, X, 1-6 and 1-10 oxen of all Rises and quail
ties, in stSbe and cooetantly receiving, and for sale low,
tiT CHARLES TETE,
(new) 188 WALNUT Street,
and below Second, second story
VICAR°, CABANAS AND PARTAGAS
SEGARS.—A choice fneolco of these celebrated
brands on board b,lg New Ens," daily elyeeted from
avana, and for sale low, by CiIARIIS TETE,
- (New) /Oa Walnut street, below Second,
sal Second Story.
Satmturt.
B. KITE & CO.
A_Je FURNITURE, BEDDING do.
No. 413 (late 1 29) WALNUT et.
Philadelphia.
A new and enperior style of Opting Bede.
Lana 11. KITH. • /men WALTON
Om
Soap anb(ranbleo
QOAP AND CANDLES.
RI NIOVAL from 18 SOrTII FOURTH STREET,
to my Manufactory, 10 and Lt RELIEF STREET, b«.
tween Lombard and South, and Front and St.cond
atrenta.
Thankful to my numerous fr'e oda for their past favors,
I solicit a continuance of tho same, baying enlarged my
MeollrOelOa Co /IA 1 , 0 enable lllo to bare roustantly on
hand a forge stock Of well-seasoned Soaps, freo from
Fish Oil; Palm. Variegated White Honey, Castile. and
all kinds of toilet Soaps. Chemical Olire Soap of pure
material, Fettled Pale, and Brown Soap, English t4l.
Snda and Pearl Stareh, Sperm, Adamantine, and Tallow
Candles of all rises constantly on hand. tinning
adopted tbo rent systmu, I am enabled to Pell my goods
at the Inc est prices. F. CONWAY.
Philadelphia.
N. 13.—Ca4b pant for Tallow and (irff.e. no 14.13 m
binhoncrp
BLANK BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
DAVID M. ROGAN, Blank Book Manufacturer,
Stationer awl Printer, No. 100 WALNUT Street, is pre
pared at all times to furnish, either from the shelves
or make to order, Books of every description, suitable
for Santis. Publis Mice, Merchants, and others. of the
best quality of English or American Paper, and hound
In vai ions styles, in the most substantial meaner.
Orders for JOB PRINTING of every description.
Engraving and Lithographing executed with neatuess
and despatch.
A general assortatiut of Englioh, French and Ameri
can Stationery.
Concerning bfr.llogan's contribution to the Franklin
Institute. the Committee say—ii This 111el•ley of blank
books for banking and nieteantile 1180 is the beat In the
Exhibition. The Meet inn or the material Jo good, th e
WOIHMEIOIIIII meet aCtitillent, and their finish and op.
pearance neat and appropriate." no2o-tf
furnace°.
IMPORTANT IMPROVEMENT
NEW GAS CONSUMING FURNACH
CRILSON'S NEW CONE FURNACE,
after having been put to the most severe test, during
the two COLD WINTERS o► 1860 AND 18167, has proved to
be the meet poleerfla heater in the torrid, saning from
ig to ,ti the fuel over any of the beet furnaces now in use.
TUMID PODNAOI3 are constructed with a cast troll ash
pit, and a broad, shallow pan-shaped fire pot, lined
with fire-brick or iron staves. The fire pot le surmount
ed with
A SERIES OP CONES, on TAPERING RADIATORS,
large and broad at their base, but tapering to whit oper
taro at the top, and uniting with the anular diAmber,
through which the heat and smoke pass to the due.
Tag wnoLn products of combustion in the form of
amok, and OASES, are suspended directly over the fire,
CONFINED or compressed Into the tapering Coors and
OONTINUALLT EXPOSED to the direct action of the rays
of heat and light from the fire.
This beat and light le brought to a rove I Noon
CM, not unlike the
COLLECTION OP THE SUN'S RAYS,
toe focal point through an ordinary lens, causing the
ONOXIC AND oases to become intensely heated and the.
roughly ooriengsD, by this operation the 81101L1 AND
OASES are stabs TATIALLT avaltautg with the tUat,
ITSELP for boating purposes, while, in other furnace'',
RIB CARRIED OFF AND WASTED IN THE COMET.
All persons desirous of obtaining the best and
MOST ECONOMICAL lIE :TING APPARATUS,
should not fall to examine the New Gas CONSUMING
Ooze FURNAOR before purchasing any other. The at
tention of architects and builders Is particularly re-
quested. ARNOLD & WILSON,
(Successors to S. A. Harrison,l
No. 429 WALNUT Street,
Opposite Independence Square.
fjato, tErapa, &Tr
SULLENDER & PASCAL,
lIATTEII.B,
anl•Bm No. 8 8. SIXTH strAnt, Philadelphia
fjarbroare
QUAKER CITY NAILS,
01ERC1IANT BARS,
RIVET IRON,
Manufactured at FOUNTAIN GREEN ROLLING MILL,
on the Schuylkill, above Spring Garden Water Werke.
WAREHOUSE, 103 North WATER Street.
QUAKER CITY NAILS are warranted equal to any
made.
occi•tf
JOTIN HALDEMAN, Agent
IIIEOMAS E. BAXTER.-HARDWARE
-IL OUTLAW AND 1 . 0013, No. 910 MARKET ST.
bovo Moth. moth aide, Philadelphia to 1-dm
1 ONGWORTIrs 01110 WINES.
CIENEEAL AfiliNCY FOE, ALI,
TILE STATEN.
TO WHOLESALE DEALERS.
gpecial arrangoment with Mr. LONfiWORTII, I
am enabled to offer biaWines, In large quantities, upon
the !oiliest and best terms. The Wines to be dells °red
in Cincinnati, and forwarded by usual means of convey.
ante (railroad or steamboat) direct to the purchaser;
by which the expenses of stomp, commissions, double
freight, ete.,ssill beavoided.
No orders under this arrangement will be forwarded
for less than twenty-11v° eases.
All orders must be directed only to
FRED, B. LiOZZENS,
13 WARREN Ntreot, Now Pone.
Ily the present arrangement a handsome profit on
there n Ines can be made by the wholesale dealer.
sparkling Catawba, vintage 1853, quarts.
Liu do do do pints.
Do do do 18:i2 quarts.
Do do do do pints.
Still Catawba, vintage fan i
Do do eitra, vintage 1652, quarts.
Sparkling thabrila, do do do.
Kill Catawba, to casks, of various qualities.
Catawba Brandy, of superior quality.
fIICD. 8. CM? ANS,
General Agent tor the sale of N. lengworfh'a Wines,
W AIbREN STREET,
(opposite 11u/soh !liver Railroad Depot,)
Ilo9•din tiny YOH.
LIFE INSURANCE AND TRUST COM
PANY.—The PENN MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE
OOMPANY. Northeast Owner of TRIAD and DOCK
Btreeni. Capital, $812,725.03.
INSURES LIVES for short term, or for the whole
term of life—grants annuities and endowmeaft—yer
chases life interests in Real Estate and makes all
contracts depending on the contingencies of Life.
They act ai Executors, Administrators, Assignees,
Trustees, and Guardians.
TRUIVIP.ES.
Daniel L. Miller, Samuel E. Stokes,
Benjamin Coates, William Martin
Richard . Newbold, Jamea B. McFarland, S
William Y. Hacker, Joaeph 11. Trotter,
William H. Kern, James Elision,
Ssinuel C. Iluey, Tbeephilus Paulding,
Pilules Hallowell, Edmund A Solider,
Henry C. Townsend, Daniel L. Hutchinaon,
Rodoirdins Kent, John W. Horner,
William H. Carr, Ellis S. Archer,
Edward T. Mott, Samuel J. Christian,
William Ileberteon, Joaeph M. Thom.,
Warner M. Ritain, John G. Brenner,
P. S. Mohler, Easton.
HANIKL L. MILLER, President.
SAMUEL K. STOKES, Vice Pres't.
Joan W. Hanson. Secretary. nlil-ly
Earneal fire premiums 24,072 88
Earned marine premiums 155,005 1.0-180,078 613
Deduct return premiums
Net earned 8100,899 09
Marine lomdempald. 993,000 70
Firelomem paid..., 8,031 li
$101,918 88
Shiv Age re
ceived... $7BO 57
Intereetre.
eb1ved...4,251 61
tt e - Imitir
ince 2 971 62 —9,093 Ed— 93,832 7ti
Expenses fer comulleslons to
agents, abatements lu lieu of
surly, salaries, *files rent,
furnishing office, books, sta
tionery, dr o f41,88d 6?
rrolit and loss 63 40-144,283 27
•
•
Net profit 1124,016 82
ASSETS.
CEStI on hand $12,515 89
Mlle receivable 110,20 02
Donde and mortgagee 105,000 00
Steclos.. • . ...... —.1299,100 00
Stock notes 112,900 00
Duo by agouti§ and
others 23,312 03
V 151,055 SI
DIRECTORS.
P. 111. Potte, Win I' Leech,
0. IL Spangler, It. T. Henan,
Abraham Rex, 11. 11. Houston,
Wm. 11. Woods, Jos It. Withere,
George 110W011, Abraham P. Eyre,
J. Edgar Thomson, W. Italgucl,_
C. G. Sower, Charles P. Norton,
John W. Belton, John It. Leivare,
Herman 11aupt, Janice E. Stiles,
Nathan 11. Potts, 11. 11. Shillloglord.
PERCIVAL 31. POTTS, President.
0. 11. PreraLra, Vice President.
W. IL WOODS, Secretary.
oc 22 E. T. KENSII.. Treasurer
FMB IN
SPRING GARDEN FIRE INSURANCE COM
PANY.
CAPITAL $126,000, PAID IN DASH,
AND SECUIIALY INVESTED,
OFFION, N. W. CORNER OF SIXTH AND WOOD
STS. SPRING GARDENS.
OiIART.E:R PX.RPEVIIA L.
LOSSES PROKFFLY PAID.
DIRMOTORB,
John H, Dohnert, henry M. Phil, a,
David Woelpper, Levi' Shim:mak
Benjamin Darla, John Landoll,
John Evans, Jr Charles Field,
Aniey M. Park, William E. WoO •
JOUTI,II Dolmen, John B. Merman,
Jamb S. Miller, Corwin Stoddard
Henry Homer, Thos. D. Tillingbairt,
George R . Childs.
JOLUI H. DelitißWT, President,
L. lERIIIIIIIIAAR, Secretary. sent la—ly
NEPTUNE INSURANCE COMPANY.-
11 ()SPICE 414 WALNUT Bt., Visalia Bulldlngs.
.F/RR AND MAELVE INSURANDE.
CAPITAL $lOO,OOO, BITE PRIVILEGE Co INCREASE
TO 000,1)00.
Thie Company is now fully organ zed, and prepared to
make all Mode of Insurance against boss or damage by
Fire and Marine Perils at current rates.
eiPPICERS.
. H. 0. LAIIIIIILIN, Proaldent.
M
RIARD SHIELDS, VIE. President.
• OEO. SCOTT, Secretary.
DIRECTORS.
H. O. Laughlin,
I).Sharwood,
IVm.. Osborne,
Richard Shields,
T. Y. Stowell,
riiflE — U — AkEll, PITY INSURANCE
COMPANY, Office No. 408 (late 92) WALNUT Bt.
Capital and Surplus, 6250,000.
This Company continues to make Insurance Against
loss or damage by Fire and tho Palle of the Sea, Inland
Navigation aud 'Transportation, at current rates.
OFFICERS.
A haudeome Boort-
President—DEO. U. HART
Vice Presideot—R. P. ROM.
Secretary and Treasurer—ll. R. DOGOSHALL.
Assistant Secretary-8. R. BUTLER.
ROTORS.
R. W. Batley,
Charles D. Imlay,
Wm. D. Lewis, Jr.,
J. L. Pomeroy
Andrew R. Otiambera,
R. R °eggshell,
Hamel Jones, M. D.,
A. Y. Cliersbrough.
Georg* IL Hart,
E, P. Rosa,
. O. Cattail,
Joseph Edwarda,
John G. Dale,
Eon. Henry St.
looter 8. Perkins.
John H. Chambers,
as B-ly
ARCTIC
NY, NEW YORK.—Offire, lie 29 Wall street, ad.
Joining the Blechaialcs' Belk—Cosh Capital, 9250,000,
wkh is murploa. This Company insure Buildings, Mer
chandlse, Turolture, Vessels in port and their Cargoes,
and other property, against Lou or Damage by Ylra and
the Bloke of Inland Nav,getion
DIRECTORS.
Henry Grinnell, Joshua L. Pope,
Caleb Barstow, Rufus R. Graves,
Henry 0. Brewer, Henry Da.rim,.
Edmund Tenfold. O. 11. Lilienthal,
Hellion K. Corning, Theo. Polhemilia, jr.
Ogden Ileggerty, Ylteba E. Morgan,
Thomaa lifonagau, AMR. R. Yea Neal,
John H. Earle, William A. Cary,
Albert Ward, Thomas B. Nmlaou,
Charles Easton, James W. Phillips;
Louie Loma, Charles A. Alaey,
Samuel G. Glidden, Edward Murton,
fiteph. Cambreleng, Wm. E. Shepard,
Thotnee Beott, eberleol.. Freed,
John Ward, Lothrop L. /Curet '
Henry K. Bogert, William R. Feedlot,
Peter Dies, Emery Thayer,
Benjamin I t. Field, Geo. Weetteldt,
A. It. Trothlogham. Zalmon Taylor,
Theo. Y. Youngs Henry E. Blosoom.
' Samuel L. Idltchell,
ALBERT WARD, President.
Riess le A. Ossmyr, Secretary. au Illly
MANUFACTURERS' INS UR AN GE
COMPANY.--Cbarter Perpetual. Granted by
the State of Pennsylvania. Capital, 000,000. lire,
Marina, and Inland Transportation.
Aaron B. Lippincott, Cbaries Wise
Wm. A. Rhoden, Alfred Weeks,
Charles J. Field, James P. Pmytti,
Wm. R. Thomius, J. lUDsldo Rank,
Wm. Neal, John P. Pinions,
AARON B. LIPPINCOTT, President.
W3l A. RIIODEP, Vice President.
ALFRED WEEKS, Pecrotary.
J. W. MARTIEN, Purveyor.
This Company was organised with a rash rapttel, and
the Directors have determined to adapt the business to
Its available resources—to observe prudence in conduct
ing its affairs, with a prompt adjustment of losses.
0111se No. 10 Merchants , Exchange, Philadelphia.
riinE MERCANTILE MUTUAL INSU-
A. RANCE COMPANY OF PIIILADELPIIIA.--Otliee
No, 272 WALNUT Street, oppomte the Exchange. MA
RINE RISKS on Vessels, Cargoes, and Freighte. IN
LAND TRANSPORTATION RISKS, per Railroad',
Canals, Boats, and other carriages.
ALL THE PItOFITS divided annually among the Al
lured, and ample security to eases of Mee.
DIRECTORS.
Edward Harris kliiee, Thomas T. Butcher,
John IL Odenheissier, Algernon N. Asian:tier,
Mahlon Wllllamoon, Alfred Farnitt,
Samuel J. Sharpie'', Thomas S. Foster,
Isaac imam's, Outlives English,
henry Preset, James H. Stroup,
Edward G. James, Alfred Siade,
William L. Springs, A. 0. Cattell,
Franklin O. Jorien, Charles B. Carstalni,
hanlel haddock, Jr., Samos/ Robinson,
'William Taylor, John O. Keller,
James Murphy, John P. Steiner,
Wu). F. South, Henry Grsunbo,"
A. J. Antal°, Wm. J Caner,
Samuel L. ereutsborg,
EDWARD RABBIS MILES, President.
ALFRED FASSITT, Vice Procident.
Jose 0. fi014111%, Secretary.
0 - IIARTER OAK FIRE AND MARINI
INSURANCE COMPANY ow HARTFORD, OONN.
Cash Capital 5300,000. Losses In Philadelphia and
vicinity adjusted at the PAiimfdphin Office,
By leave we refer to
D. S. Brown & Co. PhDs. lion. Joel Jones, Phila.
Chaffees Stout & Lo., t. Hon. Rufus Choate, Boston
Hacker,-,ea A. Co. It Hon. T.. S. Williams, Ilart'd
We hare facilities for p acing any amount of Inn.
ranee in the most reliable Companies.
PHILADELPHIA GENERAL INSURANCE
AGENCY, No. 411 (o!d No. 145) CHESTNUT ST.
TIIOMPSON ,k ROOD,
Agents.
PIIILADELPHIA TYPE FOUNDRY-
N. W. Car. THIRD and CHESNUT Sta.
L. PELOUZE & SON, thankful for the liberal pa
tronage heretofore accorded to, their Establishment,
and desirous to merit its continuance, would announce
to Printers and Pub!inhere that their new SPECIMEN
BOOK is now ready, and from their increased facilities,
are now prepared to furnish every thing necessary in a
complete Planting Establishment, at the shortest no
tice. Their long practical experience In the business,
and the fact of their personal superintendence of the
manufacturing department, Justifies them in asserting
that they can furnish d more durable and better Pin
bated article than their cotempomries.
These, therefore, who desire Printing Materials,
would do well to apply to them previous to purchasing
elsewhere.
Old type taten it oents per pound, In encbsnge for
new it specimen pikes. anl-tr
'WONDERS OP THE AGE—IA(IIIT,
LIGHT FOR ALL.—PETERS k sbROPE,
Patent Non-Explosion Self-Generating GAR LAMPS is
Just the thing to suit all. Price 2 . 1 MI up ; ail may have
a superior Light by railing at their Depot.
This Lamp is adapted to all places and purposes, and
ouly requires a trial to test Its advantages over all
others. The Lamp forms its own gas our Patent
Burners con be fitted to every ordinary Fluid Lamp,
with little expense, without the least possible danger.
All are invited to call and examine for themselves.
Town, County, and State rights for rale.
The propnettirs are in want of Ascots, airing a rare
clime to matte money,
PETERS A SIIROPE. (ins Lamp Depot,
tio24-3n, P23South 4th 8t , below Chestnut, Phi
CLOVER SEED.-NOTICE TO PENN
SYLVANIA FARMERS AND STOREKEEPERS.
The undersigned are now prepared to purchase for
cash, prime Clover Seed of the new crop. Pennsylvania
storekeepers and farmers, by sending sample. to our
address, can, at all times, ascertain the price at which
we are buying. Parties wishing samples, by which to
be governed as to quality, can have them seat by mail,
by addressing us. .1.11 CHASE & 00,
senlii-tf 43 North Front, and 44 Water striate
.
eiIIEAP SUMMER 1 7 " 1 ",;I:L. — IIKA COKE,
'kJ of excellentquality, humid of the PHILADELPHIA
GASWORKS for the reduced price of five cents a bushel,
and may be obtained in large or small quantity by ace.
plying at the flag Otos, No. 20 South SEVENTH
Street.
To Purchasers by Wholesale, It Is sold at the Works,
in First Ward, by the too, at a price equivalent to Art
thracito, a Is. 60 per ton.
(Signed.) J. 0. CRESSON, Engineer.
rgILAWMPtIik Gth Woaxa, Aug. 28, w27-tt
MOSS -17 bales Musa, for Sato by
MARTIN & MAOALISTER,
Sal /19 North Water Strigt,
Insurance
.grompatties
oporge Minstar,
M. O. Btatiksbary,
N. M. emille,
0. 0. Butler,
ono. Scott. [aal9-y
liailroab Eines
PENNBYLVASIA RAILROAD.-THE
GREAT CENTRAL ROUTE, connecting the At
lantie Cities with Western, North-western, and South
wastes Staten, by a continuous Railway direst. Thfe
Road also connects at Pittsburgh with daily line of
steamers to all ports on the Western Rivers and at
Cleveland and Sandusky with Steamers to all ' rile on
the North-western Lakes; making the most D REOT,
OHEAPEST and RELIABLE ROUTE by which Prole. t
can be forwarded to and from the GREAT WEST.
RATES BETWEEN PHILADELPHIA AND PITTS
BURGH.
PIAUI CLAtia—Boots, Shoes, Hata, and
Caps, Books, Dry Goods, (in boxes
bales and trunks), Drugs, (in boxes
and bales) Feathers, Furs, eco 900. per 10) Its
aiioosl) OLaee.—Domestio &Win&
Shirting and Ticking, (In original
bales), Drugs (in cub), Hardware,
Leather, Liquor, (in casks,) Wall
Paper, 'Wool, and Sheep Pelts,
Eastward, &e. &o T6O. per 100 lbe
Tamp Claes—Anvils, Chains, (in
maks), Hemp, Bacon and Pork,
Salted, (loOse or In sacks), Paints,
(dry and In oil ) Oils , (except lard
and rosin) the. per 100 lha
Footers Cba ea—Coffee, Fish, Bacon,
Beef, and Pork, (In casks or Imam
outward), Lard and Lard Olt, Nails,
Bode Ash, German Clay, Tar, Pitch,
Rosin, teel, Manufactured To
-1 Parts, 0,1, ()deep...are,
Sugar, (lihda., tibia., and boxes)
30., &o :Ac. per 100 II s
7LOtia-4 I per bbl., until farther notice.
Gams-45c. per 100 until fur her natle.a.
Corm's-4g per bale, not exceeding HQ Its. weight,
until further notice.
In skipping Goods from any point Eaat Pbtlads'.
plate, be particular to Mani package • rla pen n yi raCio
Hanna)." All Goods consigned to the Ageuts of Oils
Road, al Philadelphia or Pittsburgh, will lee forwarded
without detention..
Dasiont AGENia —Clarke & Co , Chicago ; Parr A
& Co., Meropt I , Teen.; It. Y. Sass & Co.. St. Low.,
Mo.; P. 0'R11,7 & Co., Er ausville. Indiana; Wm.
1110
lon, Louisville, Kentucky.; B C. .Me drum,
Madison,lndiana 11. W. Brown Sr Co.. awl Irwi,
Co. ' Cincinnat i; H. 8 Pierre A. Co.; Zanesville,
Ohio; Leech & Co., No. St street, Boston; Loral
A. Co., No. 2 Astor !louse, New Terk N r
o. I al.
New York ; E. J. sneeler, Philadecphla• Magralr
Koons, Baltimore; D. A Stewart, P ttablirgh.
H. H. HUCBTON,
General Freight Agent. •
H. J. LOMBABRT,
rite- rlntendent Altoona, tub
ening irrintn3
CAVING FUND—FIVE PEA CENT. IN.
TEBEST—NATIONAL SAFETY TAUS? COM- .
PANlt.=-IVALNIIT 3TRILICP, SOUTH-WEJT CORN.Eit
OP ITIIRD, PIIILAD.P.LPIIIA..
INooavonavan BY THS STATS Of PiSIBBLYASIA.
Money la received In any stn, large qr marl, awl In
terest paid from the day of deposit to the day of with
drawal.
The °Mee le open ever 7 day from °o'clock In the
morning till 7 o'clock In the evening, and on Monday
eel Thursday ever:daze till 0 o'clock.
lON. lIENRY L. BENNER, President,
MBE= SZLISIDG.II, The President.
WY. 7. USSID, Becretary.
DIRIOTOBB
• .
Hon. Henry L. Benner, 0. Landreth Hanna,
K.iward L. Carter, P. Carroll Drewater,
Robert Selfridge, Joseph D. Dairy
Bunt. K. Ashton, Henry L. Churr-hman,
James D. Smith, Francis Lee.
Honey is received and payments made daily
The Investments ere made in conformity with the
provisions of the Charter, In REAL ESTATE 31011 T.
GAGES, GROUND RUNTS, and such drat daze securi
ties se will always Insure perfect security to the &pal
tors, and which cannot fail to give permanency and sta•
bitty to this Inatitution. and-ly
(J O. 83 (241) DOCK STREET
PER CENT. STATE SAVINGS FUND
NO. 83 (241) DOCK STREET.- FIVE
rER CENT. STATE SAVINGS FUND.
N O. 83 (241) DOCK STREET.- 2TirE
PER CENT. STATE SAVINGS FUND.
NO. 83 (241) DOCK STREET.- FIVE
PER CENT. STATE SAVINGS FUND. ata-ly
illarbinerg anb iron
PENN STEAM ENGINE AND BOIL-
Ia WORKS.
REANEY, NEAFTE & CO.,
PRACTICAL AND THEORETICAL ENGINEERS,
MACHINISTS. BOILER-HAISERS, BLACK-
BMWS AND YOUNITAIDS.
Having for many years been in soccessitl operation,
and been exclusively engaged in building and repelling
Marine and River Engines, high and low pressure, Iron
Boats, Water Tanks, Propellers, &a., &0., respectfully
offer their services to the public, as being tally prepared
to contract for Engines of all sizes, Marine, River, and
Stationary. Having sets of patterns or different sizes,
are prepared to execute orders with quick despatch:
Every flescnption of Pattern-miiking made at the
shorteet notice. High and Low Pressure, Flue, Tubu
lar and Cylinder Hollers, of the best Pennsylvania char
coal iron. Forgings of all sizes and kinds. Iron and
Bram Outings of all descriptions; Roll Torzlng, Screw
Cutting, and all other work connected with the above
business.
Drawings and specifications for all wort done at their
establishment free of charge, sad work guaranteed.
The subscribers have ample wharf dock room for re
pairs of boats, where they can lay in perfect safety, and
are provided with shears, blocks, falls, ho., &c., for
raising heavy or light weights.
THOMAS R.SANHY,
JACOB G. NEATIH,
JOHN P. LEVY,
sal -7 BEACH and Par.htnt Streets, Kensington
estrus!. V. MEIIIIIOIL. J. VACO/1111 littlloll.
011 T ITIVAR K FOUNDRY,
FIFTH AND WASHINGTON STRAITS,
PRILADSLTHIA.
MERRICK & SONS,
ENGINEERS AND MACHINISTS,
manufacture High and Low Pressure Steam Ineuta, for
Land, River, and Marine service.
Boilers, Gasometers Tanks, Iron Boats, &0., Cast
logs or all kinds, either Ora or Brans.
Iron trains roots for Cu Works, Worksbops, Railroad
Stations, &o.
Retorts and Gas Machinery of the latest and moat
improved construction.
Every description of Plantation machinery, such as
Sugar, Saw, and grist Mills, Vacuum Pane, Open Steam
Trains, Defecatore, Filters, Pumping Engines, &o.
Sole Agents for N. Rillieux's Patent Sugar Bolling
Apparatues liasmyth's Patna Mem Usanneri J. P.
Rosa , Patent Valve Motion for Blast Machinery and
Steam Pumps.
Superintendent—B. H. BADTOL.
PICHARD NORT/IS & SON, LOO
1.1„., 'LIVE
STEAM ENGINE BUILDERS,
11191I1VIII1TS 5111%117, HAMILTON, IPSITiVralf Nib
fPRISIO GAUDIN STREAM
PHILADULPIII .
logaged asoltudeoly to the manufacture of
LOCOMOTIVE STEAM ENGINES.
mihntaatuxe to order Locomotives of any arrange
moot, weifbt or capacity, for the use of Wood or Cale,
Bilatutooas Coal to tts mar stair s or
ANTHRACITE COAL,
WITIOUT INITTING EMOIrt, OAS OIL PILL
In dolga, material and workumoship, the locomo
tives produced at these Works are equal to, and not es
eelled hi_ any. The materials used In eototruetion Ire
mute ofi r the spot, and insure the best quality and meet
reliable 'took. The large eiteut of Shope, and Vam
pish! RotiptiUMS of MacAttury oast Tools, eoable
them to execute the
BEST OF WORE WITH GREAT DESPATCH,
Or ANY ARRAYGICXENT Rvainuep e
CHILLED OAR WHEELS, HAMMERED AXLE*,
With Forgings of any also or form,
IRON ANT BRASS CASTINGS,
And MACHINE WORE generally.
BICIIMID 2101M111
attl•ly
plants
WANTED, FOR THE UNITED STATES
CAVALRY—AbIe-bodied, unmarried men, to
whom will be given good pay, board, clothing, and
medical attendance. Pay from $1.2 to $72 per month.
No man having a wife or child will be accepted. App
for MOUNTED SERVICE, at No. 817 MARKEY street
above Eighth, north aide.
WILLIAM B. ROYALL,
lit Lieut. 2d Regt. of Cavalry,
Recruiting Officer.
oct 6-gar
500 AGENTS WANTED.-A 110.11E
STEAD 1 , 011 $lO t—Third Division:43lo,ooo
worth of Farms nod Building Lots In tho gold region
of Culpeper county, to be dlyldrd 111109D/fri
10,200 subscribers, on the 7th of December ' 1&,7. Bub
seriptiona only ten dollars down, or fifteen dollars, one
halt down, the rest on delivery of the deed. Itvery
aultecriber will get a Building Lot or a Farm, ranging In
value from $lO to $25,000. These farms and lots are
cold so cheap to induce settlements, a 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 a
company of settlers called the "Rappahannock Pioneer
Association" Is now forming and will soon commence a
settlement. Ample security will be given for the faith
ful performance of contracts and promises. Nearly
45.000 acres of land, In different parts of Virginia. new
at command, and will be sold to settlers at from $1 up to
$3OO per erre. Unquestionable titles will in all law
be toren. Wood•cutters, coopers, farmers, & 0., are
wanted, and tlve hundred Agents to obtain subscribers,
to whom the most liberal inducements will be given.
me agents write that they are making $2OO per mouth.
For full particulars, imbecriptions, agencies, &o. apply
R. BAUDiII,
Port Royal, Caroline manly, Va.
NOTICE.-CRESTNIIT STREET
1 BRI DO E.
PLAN'S 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 SCR.
VETS, City Building. FIFTH Street, be'4.le Walnut,
until the eecoud day of January, 1853. SO.I Bridge to
be of the following dimensiooa, without any pier, or
with not more than one pier in the water-way; the
materiel's of construction throughout to be ludentructi.
his by fire.
Distance between abutmente "813 feet
Width of Bridge, out to out, not lees than.. 42
Elevation above low water 37
For an arch the springing line should not be les., than
eleven feet above low water.
The Plans and Estimatea will be received under the
arrangement and conditions specified in the ordi
nance of Councils, approved November 2.1, 1857, au fol
lows, viz :
;11CTION 2. That all plans and estimates tube received
by the Chief Engineer and Surveyor of the City of Ilblia
delphia, each plan and estimate to bear a private mark,
and be accompanied by a sealed eoronmudration having
a corresponding mark thereon, eo that the name of the
designer may not be known until the plan most ap
proved shall have been selected.
Smoot+ 3. That all such plans and estimates shall,
when received, become the property of the City of Phila
delphia, and shall be presented within two months after
the passage of this ordinance, when it Abell be the duty
of the Chief Engineer and Surveyor, by and with the
advice of the Committee on Nurses and Regulatione,
to Invite a commission, consistieg of three civil engi
neers, who, In conjunction with the Chief Engineer and
Surveyor of the City, shall examine and decide upon the
relative merits and applicability of the plans promoted,
to the Bridge site proposed, and report to Councils the
number of plans received, the names of the denigners,
and the character and estimated coot of the three plans
by them preferred.
;Wow; 4. It shall be the duty of the Chief Comm!,
sioner or Ilighways, upon a certificate presented and
eigned by the Chief Engineer and Surveyor, to Laue
warranty in payment of the root of the nforesaid
iuiver
timemeats, and aloe In favor of them persons echo may
have presented the three plans preferred by cold com
mission ; to the Bost in point of merit, the sum of ¢ 9lo i
to the meoud, 5250, and to the third $100; said narrante
to be charged to Item No. 19 of appropriation made to
the Department of Highways, he , for the year I+4.
approved March 10,1851.1
For further information, or for cross election of rirer,
address STRICKLAND KNEASS,
Chief Engineer and Surveyor City of Philada
MARCHANT'a
ItYBI'ALOGRAPIIB,
OR PLIOTO , ./RAPIIIO Id INIATVRES IN OIL,
N E. earner of EIO ETLI and LOCUST.
- . -
Tb. above pictures differ esteisficaty from anything
ever before offered to the public. Their softest', and
truth of Dolor and outline, extraordinary minuteness
and accuracy of detail, Insure, of necosity, the p,reateat
ddelity of resemblance; while the sererity of the or
deal to which they are exposed in manipulation equ a lly
settles the question of their permanence. These farts
enable the subscriber to offer them, with the greatest
satisfaction and confidence, to the public and to his
reloads.
They are secured by letters patent to, and can be had
ONLY of E. L. IMAKCIIANT.
[Er Portraits of the cabinet, and life size on canvai
as heretofore. ea 18-3 m
-
gia
r,—ECO Y IN GAS
J beet (lees Regulators ever offered for Five Pol
lan" For este by the WATERMAN OAS REGULA
TOR COMP,(SY,
nolo.llu 602 CHESTNUT street.
flailradti.
PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL OADRAIL
-19.57. ,
FOR PITTSBURGII,
Cincinnati, Bt. Louis, Lows etkr,
Loadsville, New Orleans, Bt. Pant,
Indisaa_polle, Cieveland, Exam,
Terre Mete, Nebraska.
Fistrning close connections testa tAs grial West
ern Railroads
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OP THE THROUGH
TRAINS.
AL and from The Pennsylvania Railroad P
Station south-east corner of ELEVENTH andMVS
KET street. (entrance on Eleventh street )
LEAVE PHILADELPHIA TOR PITTSBURGH AND
WESTERN CITIES.
Mail Train at 130 A. AL -
Past Line at 1265 P.ll.
%nerves Mail at 11 00 Night
am
Coble. lumbia 2
It. R. Line leaves for Elirlisbail,ria Co.
at SOP
ARRIVE raom PITTSBURGH AND WESTERN
Mall Train
At 22 63 night
Fast Line
at 600 .i. M.
Expreas Mall at 1 LOP. hi
Colombia R. R. Line arrives from Harrisburg, via Co.
tumble. at 7 30 P. NI.
days
Thelee Ex
tedpree4 Mall runs daily, the tither trains, !hub
litaigageep will be received at the Piaserger Depot by
the Baggage Muter, at any time Joriog the day. Nil
charge fur ba:idling baggage.
NOTWS.—In. care or loss, the Coc-pany
themselves reeponalble ter Pereotial baggage only, acid
fur an =want not exceeding /109.
Nulics.—Oronibuses will be In reridireesa at the New
York Depot to con, ivy paesengera for the Wert to the
P..ennvyivanla Railroad Station.
THOMAS MOORE, Ageot,
Posner Lind Permarlaaata Railroad Co.
Philadelphia, November 22, liar. 221,21
TO WESTERN TRAVELLERS.
EPRING AND SCARIER AftIIANG
RAILWAY.RMENTS.
A ORTHEEN c.E.N7R.I
TWO DAILY TRAINd 11W31
1.
BALTIMORR TO
PITTSDERGII AND Tab' WEST.
On and alter June Ist, I&x7 TWO DAILY TILAJND
will leave Calvert Station for 'Pittsburgh mid all West
ern and South or Northwestern shies.
THE MORNING MAIL TRAET
Leaves Baltimore daily. tguoday excepted) at Bab A -
M. emmeettng with the Mall Train over the thud Benz
sylvenla Railroad, and arriving io Ilttelnotts at I SO
A. M.
THE AFTERNOON EXPRESS TRACY
Leaves Baltimore dally (Sunday eirepted) at 3 P. It
for Harrisburg.
THE NIGHT EXPRESS faux
Leaves Balttmors EVERY NIGHT at 10 P. If., eta
nesting with the Lightning Ramey over the Pesuseyt.
reale Railroad for Pittsburgh, arriving at 1.10 .
NW. All these trains connect closely at Pittebmw
with trains over the Pittsburgh, Fors Prays, rad
Chicago Railroad,. sod its Northern, Southern sod
Western connections.
l Passenger. for Chicago, Rock Harlin:
ton, lowa City, billmankes, 'Dubuque, St. rsal's, Dfad
son, and other leading citing in the Northwest. leftism"
Oat A "wired mites of travel and tea harm in VS.. Wilk
four WS changes of cars, by taking thin r o ute.
Irr Passengers for Cleveland, Undul, Tolelo, sad
Dann, go by this route, and the time is cue:l6olNi,
bolus 113 mile. shorter than by any other tents.
irr Passengers for St. Louis, Itdisampolia, a re
Haute, Cairo, and all pcluts on the Lower ana pv.r
Iliesisalppl, make less changes of cars, and entre ad.
ranee of any other Tonto; and to Cinoinneen, Cuba:slam,
Dayton, Louisville, and other prominent cities, as nekton
as by any other route.
ha n
All Wes
wi e t trn h
ccre.Baggage CHECXED THROUGH and
dZed
FOR THE NORTH.
The 8.15 4.11. connects closely with Mimes ?taloa
over the Dauphin road for Williamsport Eltalm,
Rochester, Buffalo Niagara and Ca n ada, thus
forming the most direct railway route to Northwestern
Pennsylvania and Westera New York. Passengers will
Bad this the &hottest, cheapest, and mart expeclltleaa
routo to Ntsgara Ana and canada.
Through Tickets are lamed to PhUsdelphiss via Co
lamb's and Diameter by all the trains at $3 each, each
train having laze connection". Pawnor' by this
route avoid tresselledlaidgea, and all the Dmaverilszem
of ferrying across the ihuorielimmus river.
Passengers for Hanover, Jfanehmter, Getty/buts, Sza
ralttsburg, Carlisle, Chambersburg, go by tie Brehm a t
8.15 11., and 3 P.ll.
-FIVE
WESTMINSTER BRANCH.
The Can on this mad make one trip per 4 1 / 8 poszoici ,
ing with the train at P. M.
Yee TRILOCOM TWEETS &ad Farther inionnatlink,
apply ►t the Ticket °Mee, Calvert Station, N. E. comet
of Calvert and Franklin streets.
sep2S-11 O. O. AMMON, litipiL
NEW YORK LINES. --THE OAMDEN
A AND AMBOY RAILROAD AND PHILADELPHIA
AND TRENTON RAILROAD COMPANY% AVYV.
PROM PHILADELPHIA TO NEW YORK, Asp WA
Leave as follows, 'is: ?stn.
At lA. M. from Zenaington Depot, vie Jamey
Clty,
~ 23
At 6 A. M., via Camden and Jersey City, B}e* Jer
sey Accommodation
At 6 A. M., via Camden and Amboy, Accommoda.
At 7 A. 72., via Camden and Jersey bity, iforsitng 2
At 10 A. M., by steamboat Trenton, via Tunny 6
and Jersey City, ?doming g
At 2P. M., vie Camden A ll n=o. and A..R . .Z. L
prom
At 6 P. M. eta Camden and Jersey City, Even*
Mall gr.•••• 8
At 8 P. M., via Camden and Amboy, Aeconunoda.
Goo, let Class
At 3P. M. via Camden and Amboy, Accommod;
Con, 2nd Clasa. .
At 6 P. M., via Camden and Amboy, Aomaansoale,-
Con, lot Class
SP . A
M.
'Ead Clar Tie Camden and Amboy, Ancommoda. -
Gona
The 6 P. U. line runs daily, all otbere Sways as
canted..
Erpress Lines stop at the principal stations only.,
For Belvidere, Easton., Flemington, An., at 6 A.
and 2Si 31., from Walnut street wharf.
Per: Water gap. Strondsbmg, Scranton, Wiltsetare
Mantra., Great Rend, to. at 6A, U via Wavle
Lackawanna at Western Railroad.
For Freehold, at 6 A. M. sad 2P. IL
ler Mount Molly at 7 A. 51,. and 2g 6 sad 6 71` L.
WAY LLIZEI
For Bristol, Trenton de.at i ti and aP. IL
For Palmyra, Ransom, Bwrarly, Intrilngtoa, Bowdon
town de., at 8 P. M.
IMeambeat RICKARD STOCKTON Sm. Borbetoira
and inter= Mate gams at 2)6' P M
Steamboat T,RUILN for ?beau atlo aad nig 1.
Id., and 4 Y. 1,1.
All %taw, azaept 1 A. X, lam Wawa gime
wharf.
117 - Yltty pounds of tango only allowed each DU.
worm Pawner. us prohibited from taking any
thing za baggage but their weartng apparel. All
gage over My - pound, to be pale for attn. The
)any halt tbelr reaponsibility for becpage to ono a
per pound, and yin not be Unbta for - Coy amount lab
rand $lOO, alrept by "pedal contract.
n[. Y. GAT
an C. it-Int:tlkl...
nil I L A DELPRIA, GERMANTOWNN
1 AND N 0 DRIB TOWN RAMOA.,O.—MINTXR
ARRANGEMENT.—On and after MONDAY, Octabo
19th, 15.57. . .
FOR GERMANTOWN.
Leave 1'61143641db at 6,7 X, SX. 9X, 31,4 1 1 .•
3-10 min. 4,6, 6,7, 9, and 11 P. M. Leave Germantown at 6X, 743 ran. 8,9, wg A. AI •
1-10, ..1.10 min. 4,5, 6,7, a, sad 18P. M.
fry- The 7.3.5 o'clock A M. Train from Germantown
will stop anti at Wane ,. .ltr . ret . Station.
Leave Philadelphia at 920alin. M., 2 tad ex P. e.l
Leave Germank,wn 8.20 =ha. A. XL, 1.10 mita. acal
45 tale P.M.
CHESTNUT HILL RAILROAD.
Leave Philadelphia at 7,4, 8 , 4 , A. M., 24 1„
and 9 P. M.
Leave Chestnut UM at 31,(,340 and 10-10 min A NI ,
12-50, 340, 640 and 7-40 min. Y. M.
ON SUNDAYS.
Leave Philadelphia, 9-20 A. 11.,2 and FIX P. V.
Leave Chestnut 11W at 8 A. IL, 11-60 and 6-31 P
FOR MANAYIINH, CONSHOHOCKEN AND Noalll6.
Leave Philadelphia at 6X, 9, 11 A. AL, 9,4 X, 6l
and 11 P. M.
Lean Norriatown at 7,9, 11 A. AL, S and 9.40 P 11.
ON SUNDAYS, _ _
Leave PlinnSelphli At D A M., do II P.M.
Wee Norristown at T A. M. aadb P. IC
CHFSTER, VALLEY HAILEpIAD POE DOWNIII6
TOWN.
Leave Philadelphia at 6u A. IL, am! BP. M.
Leave Downingtown at 7,V A. M , and 1 P. R.
H. N. SMITH, Superintendent.
Depot, Ninth ant Green covets. Plllladalphl‘.
IN ORM PE NNSYLVANIA RAILROAD
WINTER ARIUNGRRINR.
- TOE
BETIIIEBEAL LUTON, ALLENTOWN, MAUC
WILKESBAiIIE. DOI r iESDDW.I,7* - 8.
On and after Wednesday, November 4th, IssT. Vag
trains co thia road will leave Philadelphia daily (Pula
data excepted) La follows ;
For Bethlehem, Easton, Allentown Mauch Chant, and
Wilkesbarre (Express) at 9 A. M.
For Bethlehem, Allentown, and Manch Chant, (Ey
pres,) in connection with L. %. R. R. and Easton., by
stage, from Iron Hill Station, at 210 P. M.
For Doylestown, (Accommodation.) at 4.30 P. Ai.
For Gwynedd, do. at 20 A. M.
On Tnesdayeani Fridays the 10 A. M. train will ma
through to Doylestown, leaving Doylestown to tetura
at 1 3o P. M.
TRAINS FOR FRILADELPIIII
Lea,. BethelPm (Eipresa,) at 9 A.M., and 2-25 P. M
Leave Doyleitown, (de,omcoodation) at tas 4 if .
Leers Gwyu...l4, do.
ON SUNDAYS.
Forl Pmso
Gwynedd 9 15 A. 11. I G.. yne.l3 2 MI P. El
Doylestown 3 .73 P. M 1 Doylestown a MA. E 1
Pare to Bethlehem 51 25
blanch Chunk 2 iti
. Wilkesbarre .• 1 t. 4
PASSENGER DEPOT,
PROST and WILLOW Ste . Phila.
ELLIS CLASS, Agent.
CBI"GE OF HOflR3.-PHILADE4.
PRIA, WILMINGTON AND BALTIMOU BAIL
ROAD.
On sod after Monday. Nov. n. 12 1831,
YAMS:N(IER TRAINS LEAVE PIILLADELPEC)A
For Baltimore at 8 A. M., 1 P. M., (Express,) and 11
P. M.
For Wilmington at 8 A. M., 1, 330 and 11 P. kr— -
For New Castle at 8 A. M., 1 and 330 P. 33.
For Middletown at 8 A. M. and 1 P. M.
For DOTer at B A. M. and 1 P. M.
For Seaford at Et A. 31 . AM 3 P M.
TRAINS FOR PIITLADSLYRIA
MUM;nalla=l
P - ttEMMMi=I
Leave New Cagle at 665 and 11.66 A. 11., and S ;33
P.M.
Leave Middletown at 10.10 A. 61. and 7 06 P. M.
Leave Dover at 9 f 6 A. M. and 6 P. M.
Leave Seaton! at 720 A. 11. and 2 P. M.
TRAINS FOR BALTIMORE
Leave Wilmington at 9.16 A. M., I P. M. and Id 13
A. M.
SUNDAYS only at 11 P. M. hom Plaledelpbta Gi
Baltimore.
0.3
do. 6225 P. M. from Baltimore to
Philadelphia.
Freight Train, with Pas eager Car attached, will rah
as follows :
Luxe 'PMladelplas for Perryville and intermediate
place' at 5 CO r.
Leave Wilmington for do. do. 860 P. M.
Leave Baltimore for Barre '-Hears at b P. M.
to 21-ly S. M. FELTON, President.
fire proof Oates
A lug. assortment of
RVANB .4. WATSONI
PRILADELPHIA ArA.VUFACTVRA"I,
BALAMANDXR PAIF.9.
VAULT D 0033,
BANE LOCKS, Par Rank' and Stored.
Equal to any now to ms.IRON DOORB, AIIrTTARA, A 0.,
On Li good taroks as any other establislintent la MO
United Elates, by
EVANS k WATSON,
No. se Booth seviTH Meet,
PERadelpll4.
PLRAPS riillt CS A CALb
UMBER I LUMBER I—The subscriber,
who has for several rears (worded the pretalsea at
Sloan's Planing Mill lsensiogton, bas moored fa
COATES STREET WEIARI, adjoining the Pbansta
Planing Mill, oe Delaware avenue, whirs he latands
keopiug a large moortmout of Carolina and other fear
ing boards, atop', ricer., ahelvlng, faroann sad
scaffold boards, thoroughly seasoned and well worked.
Tor sale at the lowest rash prkea. Pnrelaaara are W
elted to cell and examine for themeless, aid *rely ex
tort will be made to give satisfaction. Onion rocelrad
and supplied et the shortest trotks for ids Muds ant.
Ilse. of Southern yellow Plu s Vabsr sad Beadtjlnr.
gattt a, 1,
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