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viilui cirjairiitvy TjDTEaivijxi imiiADBLruiA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1868.
NEWS' SUMMARY.
' ily ARlr(.
A fas?cn!rr on the tii'Ojgh train from
Wftfihtnptou lu N'wYork hart Utic.-n hundre I
dollar i'.olm from one of bis pockets at tlio
Utpot in Wc t Philadelphia, on Monday nlKht.
There witp received nt the Farmers' Market
dortnn ibe week: -Loads of bay, 685 "traw, 41.
Prime Tinotby, per 1i0 lb--., $l:i5al'40; mixed,
$1 2!Mla30; lutptiur, $l-15:ili!; M.raw, $l'40al'5J.
-A-Thomfl Worier, for y tphm old, died yes
tonliiy at the iix'.h Dit-trlct Station llouie. The
Oroner held an Inqnert ou the body, and a
verdict ot dentil from intemperance was ren
dered. The tf con d-tory room of Jir. Philip Kum
ber's houc", No. K2G Sansom strt-pt, was entered
ou Haiurdav rveninir. and hunk bills to tbo
amount of $1000 and checks to the value of
1300 taken iVom a bureou diairer. Xberobber
made h's escape over a U nee in the rear.
La't evening the Filth Baptist Church,
corner of Eighteenth and Spring t.urJen Mreetn,
was crowded on the o.vaMon of the uixth anni
versary of the Yonrt? People's Association con
nected with the church. The exercises were
varied, etubraom? a voluntary on the o-pan,
anthem by the cho'r, 6lTi;lue; ot hymns, prayer,
addrcFFe?, etc.
A constable of Malmnov City, in this State,
nrresied yesterday, at No. 705 Cnllowhill Btreet,
Jtosanna Fout, a y'UDR woman, on thiehars-e
of iufanticide. Shi obtaiue.l pcrniinsiou to
rnlire to another room, upon the representation
that fhe wanted to make some change in her
o'othine, and mccccued in cHi'Ctiug her escape.
When tbe constable made ?cureli lor ber she
could not ba lound.
TLe 1'hilailelpliia Tract and Mission Society,
during tho past jeur, have, distributed 63,000
English, r'331 fteriiian, and 1C1 French, in all
63,!'2 traces throughout toe city, 6000 tracts ot
dillereut lungnanes along the Delaware and
RchuylKill. anion? the seaman nod on board of
vessels leaving thispirt; 10 Hioles have been
given to the destitute; 24 children gathered luto
ichools; 210 visits made by missionaries; and 14
pet suns nlKued the pledge.
Iho weavers in some of the large establish
ments in Keubingtcn, engaged in the manutae
tuieof checks and linsey woolney goods, ceaied
operations yesterday. The strike was caused l7
the employers cutting down the wages fifteen
cents on the piece. It was stated by some ot
the operatives that tome six weeks since there
was an unnsoal demand lor the goods in ques
tion, and the prices adv auced titioen cents a cut
or piece. Since theu the demand has fallen off;
hence the desire on the part of the ruauufic
turers to lessen the wages. In consequence of
the stri'ie the manufactories of James Long, at
Becood and Oxiord streets; Craitf & Brothers, ot
tbe Star Mill, at Howard and Jcllerton streets;
fltinson & Irvin, of tbe Columbia Mills, at
Howard street and Columbia avenue; and Porter
& Dickey, of the 1'aik Mills, at Howard and
Korris streets, have suspended operations.
About five hand red hands, male and female, it
is said, tre ou of employment by the strike.
Colot el K. Btookttt Matthews, of Baltimore,
lid., aildieikej an immense audlenc? last even
ing at Concert Hall. He made an expose of the
coure of the Northern Democracy, and fastened
upon them the odium o' the evil nnder which
we are now suffering. He showed, step by step,
how they aided the Democrats of the South.
Mr. Buchanan knew tbe plans of Jefferson
Davis as last astheywete matured. He may
not hae done all that the Rebels asked him to
do, but he did all that his pluck would allow.
He and Jeremiah Bluck and Governor Seymour
believed that tho South possessed all tbe gov
erning powers of the nation, and thought that
they were to in to maintain an ascendancy
over a people who were devoted to trade. How
much tfcey were mistaken would be demon
strated next week by the verdict of the ballot
box. William Gros?, who is knowu as oue of the
profesbtoual vouchers in the S ipreme Court,
was yesterday belcre Alderman Jones, charged
With perjury. Charles Myers, of No. 214 Juniper
strieN a German by birlh, whom Gross assisted
in making a Democratic voter, appeared before
tbe magistrate, and made oath to ibe effect that
he was naturalized on the 30th of September
last; that Gros came to his (witness') house,
and asked him to go and get out his citizen's
papers, saying he would make it all right; that
he went to the Supreme Court and applied for
his papers, and that Gross vouched lor- him.
Witness further stated that he had not been
acquainted with Gross but tno weeks previous
to this. Prothonotary Snowden was present at
the hearing. He recognized GroiS as having
Touched for several persons. The accused was
hi Id in $2000 bail to answer.
Domestic AITHIrs.
Union r;ain in Ohio, 14,389.
Gold closed yesterday at 134J.
Republican maiority in Ohio, 17,372.
Horatio Seymour "spoke his piece" at Co
lumbus, Ohio, yesterday atternoou.
Extensive robberies have been discovered
in the Canada Post Office Department.
The Slate Journal, a new Republican paper,
has lust been started in Richmond, Va.
Louis Mctzger fired his home, in St. Louis,
yesterday morning, and theu feliot himself.
Peekskill has been selected as the crossing
point for the Hudson river suspension bridge.
Several buildings aud factories were burned
at Yonkers, N. Y., yesterday, involving a loss of
$35,000
Frank Blair delivered another set speech
last nieht, bulore the Tammany Hill Democrats,
New Yoik.
San Francisco experienced auother earth,
quake shoclt on Monday night, frightening the
Citizens but causing no damage.
Seymour, yesterday, at Columbus, Ohio,
disclaimed any desire lor otlice. Why, then, Is
he "swinging around the circle"?
The steamship Wyoming, Captain Jacob
Teal, arrived last evening from Savannah, with
a hravy freight list aud a number of passengers.
The Republican members of the Oregon
Legislature have resigned, thus leaving the
House without a quorum. Much excitement
prevails.
The official vole in Ohio at tbo late general
election is as follows: - Sherwood (Rep.) 27,061;
Hubbard ( Dtm.), 249, 680. Republican majority,
17 72.
Dr. Rufus Bicknell'a funeral takes place this
afternoon, from the residence of his jou-in-law,
Hirir.v E. Rood, No. 3019 Cnecuut street, West
Philixli'lrihm.
Hon. John P.Kennedj's declaration in favor
ot his country and his country's preserver,
General Grant, and Providence, has created a
stir in Maryland, ana win prouuee go;u iruus
next Tiiesdnv.
Genrral Sohoadd, Secretary of War, has
telegraphed to General lioii'seau, at New ur
leans. "to take such action as may be necessary
to preterve peace and pood order aud protect
the lives and property ot cltlzf-ns "
Vnrihor -disturbances took place in New
Orleans yesterday, during which several persons
ot bo'b colors wore killed. Governor War-
mouih has offic'ally lequested that uo more
political processions shall take place before the
plectloi).
Toe people of Norrlstowu and Montgomery
county in xeceral will hold a Brand Republics
jubilee to-moirow evening, at Norristown. Tun
Jnviccibles will be there, and the houses of all
loyal citizens will be illuminated.
r Hnitimore the election of to-dav
cunes but little Interest, the uulon meu de
cliuiric, for tbe mo t part, to have anything to
.i m.th it aii ft ironseauence. we will have to-
ni 'htHDd to-morro morning a "Great Demo
cratic Vicory" announced in huge black
capitals, with perhaps a "rooster" or two to
head the news and editorlul columns of our
Fey m our contemroraries, jut as tuey did for
West virgTuia. -
tor iuii Affair.
Liverpool. Cct. 27.-fievrrdy Johuiou was
last Dight putertaicea at a uauijuci kiycu uj
Mayor Whlteley, at the Town Hall. In
the course of a fpeech he said bo did not know
how tbo people of the United States would re
wv . : A- i. -!.. U l,ori Vioon in Rnsland:
e was a-Buioo of their approval, but would
accept their censure with Christian resignation.
r '.. ? t icrht hnrk of earthauake
were lelt at vailoua places in Cork county, Jre-
l.no,ye.ieruj. .
more, near Cork, was entered last nitbt by a
bodv of men, supposed to be Fenians, and
xobled of a quantity oi anus uu biuiuuuh..--
IIivrk. Oct. 27. The closing rxcclses of the
jrrpat Marine"ipositlon are taking place here
to-day, and ine uistkuw mu uui upcu iur uusi-
nf f, It being a genrrai iiouoaj.
i!,Mi.,!ii. Oct. 27. John Bright opened
the Parliamentary canvass hCre last night, by ad-
Ult Trills nil lUJiiicucr ui-v.iui 11 viv..
The Birnilngham Chamber of Commerce" uas
invited the American Minister to v. sit their city
in d partake ot their hospitalities.
MAnnin, Oct. 27. The Imperial Government
has issued a matilicsto concerning tho adininls-
trktion of the kincdom. After nassini in review
the various reforms decided on by the late
trni juntri, tney proceed tD argue in lavor 01
the decentralization of administrative pTwer,
and conclude by promising to render a faithful
account ot their doings to the constitutional
Coi tes.
tome Spaniards, of advanced liberal idea,
advise the sale of Cuba to the United States as
the most direct and speedy method of solving
the qiies.ion of tbe ab ijltiou of slavery.
Vienna, Oct. 27. The Ministerial bill, fixing
the bais us to numbers and equipment for army
and nnvy when on a war footing, after much.
opposition, has bren passed by the Rcichsrath.
Itsa'd that Huron von Beust gave the members
a secret reapon lor the pussnee of the bill, which
caused it to be carried through, and this reuson
cif ates some unpssiuess.
It is asserted that in a speech in secret sosslon
lire, lie the adon'ion of the measure, the Prime
Minister alluded to the good relations which
existed between Austria and the other great
nowen1. but Intimated that in the event ot a
rupture between Prussia and France, Austria
iiist he ready to guar.i n?r own neutrality.
Havana, Oct. 27. Captain-General Lersundi
to-day received a telcaram reporting that a
battle bad been foueht between the regular
troops and the insurgents on the Contremaistie
liver. The latter were deteated, loaing many
horses and three prisoners. Tho Insurgents
carried off their killed and wounded.
PENNSYLVANIA.
Oflietal CoiittrcNMionnl Ketiirii.
If AHTiisntjRO. Oct. 27. The followins are the
ofllclHl relurna of tbe Congressmen electod In
this (state, as filed In tne oOlue of the Secretary
of ihe Commonwealth:
FIRST DISTRICT. I BFCOND DISTRICT.
Ren. Li. Berrv.lt.. 8.408 Chaa. O'Nelll.K H.533
H. J. Randall, l...14,745jT. B. Florence, D...U.0U
Majority 6,337
THIRD.
Leonard Myere.R..13 729
John Moflett, D....13.8i(i
Majority 2,020
I'ouitrii.
W.V. Kelley, K 17,107
J. li. Nicholson, D..15.2I8
Majority l-7l Majority 1,850
FTKTH. I SIXTH.
C. N. Taylor, It 13 158 J. Brelteulmch, R. 12 668
J. It. Reading, J)...13.1o;jno. L. Btiles, D.... 15.213
41
Majority
BKVRNTH.
W. Townsend, R...12.771
R. Monaghan, D... 9,481
Majority
NINTH.
O. J. Dickey. It.,
H. B. Swarr, I).,
Majority 2.67
BIGIITH.
LT. 8. Koaert, R 7,472
J. L. Uelz 13,737
6.2U0
3,2J0! Majority
I TENTH.
,.14,003 H. L. Cake, It. 12 501
.. 8 CsO Jas. J. Conner, D...U.270
6,310
225
Majority
TWKLFTU.
.10.323 Theo. btrong, It. ...14,898
.17.028 0, Woodward, D..ia,087
Majority..
Kl.KVKNTlt.
John Torry, R
u. Ai. van Au&en,
Majority 7,605 Majority 1,789
THIHTKENTH.I I KuUKTBKNTU.
N. Mere.nr, K 12 723 J. B. Packer, U 15,598
V. U. E. Plolttl, D12.412 J. F. Knlpe, D 12,902
Majority 311 Majority 2.693
FIFTEENTH. I SIXTEENTH.
Samuel bniall. U...12 510 Jonn Cewna. U 13.G53
it. uaidtman. u...ia 8ia n . ivimmeii. jj......j,5,ou
MJorlty 8,2991 Majority 114
BKVKKTEBZTH. I El(i UT KKNTU.
D. J. Morrell. R 12.1C0 W. Armatronir. R.18.760
J. P. Linton, V 11,006,L. A. Mackey, D...14.732
Majority 1,004 Majority 2,028
NINKTKKNTH. TWENTIETH.
O.W.Bchoneld, 11.16 f)23G. Gllflllan, R 18,079
a. lirown, v. n.soaiu. una ranee, i iu.mi
Majority 1.812
TWENTY' SECOND.
Jus. Bchegley, R... 15.175
A. Burlt, i) 10,096
Majority 4479
TW It NT Y-FOUHTH
f. B. Donley, R 13.8fi0
D. Crawford, D.......12.737
Majority 2.518
TWKNTY-F1KST.
John Cuvode. K....13 7C0
H. 1). Foster. D 13,807
Majority 41
TWKNTY-THIKT).
D, Phelps. R 10,095
U Mitchell, D 11.016
Majority 50191 Majority 1123
The Conference Judges of the Twenty-first
aim net nave uivmeu in meir returns tne la
dlnna Conferees presenting relurna electing
jonn jovoue, anu tne weairaoreianu ana r ay
ette Conferees presenting returns eleotlnc
Henry D. Foster. Tiiese conflicting returns are
in tbe hands of tbe Governor. In our table we
only give the votes of the counties as returned
Dy tne county Judges.
FX OM WASHINGTON.
Washington, Oct. 27.
General Grant.
A letter was received yesterday from General
Grant, saying that he would not teturn.to Wash
ington lor tome time, aud certainly not till
after the election. Parlies here are arraneins a
grand reception tor him, but it is understood he
is opposed to any public demonstration ou his
return.
Commissioner Rollins
has recommended to Secretary McCulloch that
f pencer Jiirby be appointed Supervisor for the
fioutnern district oi Mew i oris. Xhe commis
sioner has decided tbat hotel and restaurant
keepers whore sales of liquors amount to over
$25,000 a year must place themselves in the
category of wholesale dealers, and must there-
lore exhibit the sign of wholesale dealers,
according to tne provisions ot tne law.
The Louisiana Troubles.
Washington, Oct. 27. Despatches were re
eeived at the War Department this mornine
from General Rousseau, giving an account of
itie disturoaucea in New Orleans and Ht. iter
naxd parish yesterday, which do not differ
materially Iroin the published accounts by the
Associated Press. Secretary Echo&eld this
afternoon telegraphed to General Rousseau the
tollowmg instructions:
To General L. II. Roupscau. New Orleans
Your despatch of the 26th iust., forwarding the
Aicssaee oi me uovernor ot Louisiana, and ask
ing instruction, has been received. You are
authorized and expected to take such action as
may be ncceshary lo preserve peace and good
ordtr, and to protect the lives and property of
ClllZCn8. J. Al. HCUOF1KLD,
Secretary of War.
FB OM PRINCETON.
More About the Inauguration of Dr.
inccoHii.
Princeton, Oct. 27. Lorg before the hour
appointed tor the commencement of the exer
cises crowds had assembled in the neighborhood
of the church, and as coon as theduor s were
thrown oreu tbe galleries were blled to excess
Tlie fashion and beauty of Princeton and the
surrounding country were present.
About half-past 12 o'clock the procession ar
rived at the college chapel, where the exercises
of inauguration were held, and the body of the
spacious nan was at once tilled, t oe protetsors.
speaker, and c Ulcers seated themselves upon
the piatiorm.auu music gAve siep to there
maluder of the procecsion which'cutered.
As toon as silence reigned, Marcus L. Ward,
Governor of New Jersey, tbe presiding officer,
with a lew introductory remarks opened the
exercises, A noticeable incident of the occasion
was the carrying in upon the platlorm. on a
chair, ot nr. warren bcott, who graduated from
the institution seventy three years ago. Tho
Marshals ot the procei-s on, from I'lnladelphia,
were as follows: John Cochran. James II.
Jlevcrln, Joseph K. MeCammoD, William Wetho
rill. .
lh programme as already sent was followed
in me inaugural cr rimuuun.
FROM NEW TtOllK.
Another Transatlantic Steamship Line
v . ... VADr Dot 97.. A new steamnhln line
ha been established to run between this port
Ha. The steamers bclouirlnur to
the line are the Cnra'Da, Roxanu, Miranda, I'al-
nijra, Btatira, ana laonna. me ui ic u
class English screw steamers, built cxnresly for
ihe Mediterranean trade; and it Is expected that
the parage to a port In Italy will be made in
about twenty days. One ot the steamers of this
linrbas lelt Naples for this port. A return trip will
le roBde about ihe 20ih ot November. If sum
ck nt freight offers, the steamers will sail direct
lor Italy, oiherwlse they will touch at Eng
land. At present steamers will leave pvers
no weeks, but after tho 1st of Januarv it t in.
tended to make weekly trips.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lincoln are to live in
Chicago.
MARINE TELEGRAPH.
For additional Marine Newt ie Firtt Page.
ALMANAC JfOK rli ILADKLFHI A-TUI8 DAT.
BlTN Kihmb ..S 28 Moo if SmTA.,w. H M
Son aKT..M-......S02iIitt Wat KB llfci
PB.lLADK.hf HIA BOAUU OF XilADli.
Emidnd A. B JI'DIK, "I
UKuRUB U BUKHY, fMOMTFLT OCUMITTEB.
BIOVKMKAiTB OK UCKAM 8TUAMKRS.
FUH AMK1UUA.
rle1onl.........M.niMiuw..NfW York Oct.
prt-ire ilvte. nhw YorK........Oot. In
Fiilnift l,lverpoul...New York Oct. M
Nebr.tka. ......... Liverpool... New York. .....del. i.t
Penri-jlvani....LIvcriJOol.-Npw Yorlt......)t. 14
fetuvlan LlvoriiuI...Qunheo..Mn Qui. 13
FOlt KUKOPK
CoorsdO..........,New York...LlveriKKl, Oct. 28
KukbIb... New YcirH...Llveri)c)Ol On. zs
Tri.ol.. New Y or. ..Liverpool .Uci. su
Kb"ln New Yorlc...Bromei Ojt, 2'J
Finnce New York... LlveriiiOl......M Jl. ;l
I'lty or Boslon...ISew York...Llvorpool....., Out. m
Kellona New York...liii(ln, Oct, 81
( Ricdopft.. New Y'ork...Ulas(iow. Out. 81
Ferelre .......New Y'ork.ltavre . ..O it.. 81
li. of Cork......... New Y ork. .. LI veriiool. Nov. a
HoIbhiIb New York.,.HamburK Nov. 8
t hln............New YorkLlverpool............ Nov. 4
JStbraHks New York. ..Liverpool .Nov. 4
Palmyra.. New Y'ork...Llverpool .Nov. 6
i). 01 Antwerp.. . iew York...Liverpool .......jv, 7
BrltBDDla. New Y'ork...UlaHi;ow... ..Nov. 7
Cuba New York...Llvernonl Nov. 11
COAWTWIHE, JX)MKiSTIU, KTO.
(ioliimblB......New York...Uavana..M,.M ..Oct. 29
Wyomlue......... Pbllda.....bfcvr.:mti Oct. Ri
Ueo. Cromwell..New York... New Orleaua.....u..';U ill
xagie ..........New York...IlBvana.... ...Nov. 6
Pioneer Phl)ada.....Wllrulniftou .mot.
BtarsBuautrlpei Phll(la....HBvaD...........Nov. 10
jDnlata.... .Pbllada...New OrinanR Nov, 14
MbIU bio forwarded by very steamer In the regular
llnea. The steamers for or from Llverrool call at
Uueenstown, except tbe (Jauadlau line, wblch call at
Londonderry. Tbe steamers for or Xrom the Conti
nent call at Southampton.
jRton.
ba, Bmlth, Belfast, Andenrled, NortoniOo
een, Koblcsoa. Providence, J. Rommni jV
, Cralr, Mlllvllle, Muliord A Reeves.
FIRE AND BURGLAR PROOF SAFES
piflE-FROOF SAFES.
$16,000 In Money, Talnablo Doeks and
1'apcrij perfectly preserved through tlie
fire or Jul j 20, 18G8, at Dove'. Depot,
South Carolina, In one or JiAltYLVS
SAI LS, owned by
DE LORME ft DOVE.
0,000 Tect r Lumber destroyed In our
Planing Mill In Drookljn, May 15, 18GS.
All our Money, Tapers, and Hooks, saved
in excellent order In a JUKYLVS SAFE
Alum and Dry Fluster.
SHEARMAN BROS.
Ik)th or the above were VERY SEVERE
IES1S.
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CLEARED YKHTKRD A Y.
Bblp Anrora. Utlev. Aotwerp, JK. A. rJouder A Co.
bleaniHblphaxon, Bokkh, Ronton. II. Wlnnor AOo.
ai'K warBoau luic. uiomu, uosiori, uptalo.
bebr O. a, Adam, Baker, Boston, Van Dusea, Bro. A
c:o.
Bcbr J. J. Worthlngton, Brown, Boston, Oeo, 8. Rep-
Bob r R, J. Mercer. King, Warren, Blaklston, OraefT
A Co.
Bcbr H. A. Rogers Frambes, Wasblogton, Caldwell,
Oordon A Co.
Bcbr I.nokout. Bhaw, Balem. Weld, Nagle A Co.
Bcbr W, JH. Rowe, WAlttemore, Bustou, ilammett A
Bcbr Kloulse. Nutter. A pponanar. d0.
Bcbr Albert Mason, Rose, Boston, do.
Hcbr Wm. Capes, cummlug!, Boston, L. Andenrled A
Bclir Ocean Bird. Ke'ly, Boston, aa.
Hcbr Llnle A. Watson. Watann. Boston, do
Bcbr Wm. Walker. Reeves, Boston, do. ,
HcbrL. C. Hickman. Lawaon, Boston, do.
tScbr Jonn jonn.on, mcuriae, liosion. do
cbr H. Croskey. Potter, Boston, Bcott, Walter A Co.
Bcbr M. D. Cranmer, Cranmer, Salisbury. '1 y ler A Co
bcbr J. B, Knewles, Bcolt, Boston, Lennox A Burvess
Bchr Armenia, Cole, Georgetown, Castner, Btlckney
nriimi.wi
Bcbr Martb
Hcbr A. Keen
Pcbr VI nits. IT)
Bchr Clara Merrick. MeoiKoniery, Lyno.
Pcbr J. B, Terry, itaiuier, i-roviaence.
Bcbr Adolph Hugel, Koblnsnn. Ballsbiiry.
Bt'r Diamond Btate. Webb, Baltimore. A. Groves, Jr.
Bfr Mayflower, Fulls, New York.W. P. Clyde do.
ARRIVKD YK8TKRDAT.
Rrlg Hsrshall Dutch, Coombs, from Boston.
tcht Ida P. .Wheeler. Dyer, 6 days Horn Portland,
tlth plaster lo O. C. Van Horn. '
Bcbr BeuJ. Bbeppard. Williams. Sdavsfrnm
ooke river, Del., with lumber to Collins A Co.
bcnr ja auie nampson. ittake, 7 days from Portland
with mdae. to Warren A UregK. '
Bcbr Vapor. Bogait, from Providence, In ballast to
Lennox A Burgess. w
Bcbrfmeilne Halgbt. Avery, from Province town
with fish to A. a Huuhes.
Bcbr F. B. Colton. Robinson, from Boston,
Bchr E. T. Allen, RiBley, from Boston,
Bcbr E. Ii. Bnillb, Umlih, lrom Boston.
Bcbr P. M. Wbeaion, Wbeaton, from Boston,
Bchr Kate K. Rich, Dougbty, from Boston,
Hchr Armenia, Cole, from Boston.
ftclir U. t'roskey. Poller, from Boston,
hUlir M.IItl. BmHh, .von. Jo..-
Bchr B. H Olbson, Rosolell, lrom Boston.
Bcbr A. Devereux. Rich, from Boston.
Bcbr Franconla. Tieworgy, from Boston, '
Bchr Oeo. W. Krebs. t'srllsle, lrom Oeorgetown,
Hcbr Clara Jane. Parker, from Apponaug.
Bchr J. J. Worthlngton, Brown, lrom Orient.
Bcbr Adolpb Hugel. Robinson, from Salisbury.
Bchr fit. I). Cranmer. Cranmer. from Ballsbnry.
Bcbr Reading RR. No. 41, Bartlelt, from Wlliulug.
U8cbrR J. Mercer, King, from Providence.
Bchr W. H. Rowe, Wbatemore, from Providence.
Bchr Albert Mason, Rose, from Providence.
Bchr J. B Knowies. Bcntt, from Providence.
Bcbr Aon B. Brown, Flni, from New Bedford,
Bcbr hose Craig, lrom Mlllvllle.
Bi'br Agnes Reppller. McFadden. from Norwich.
Bcbr J. 8 Terry. Ralnor, from New York.
BteamerD. Utley, Davis, 24 hours from New York,
wltbrodse. to W. M. Balrd A Co.
Btesmer Beverly. Pierce. 24 hours from New York,
with mdse. low. P. Clyde A Co. T
Btean er Novelty. Tutt, 24 hoars fiom New York,
wlib mdie. loW.M. Balrd A Co. u .
Tog Thon. Jefferson, Allen, from Baltimore, wltn a
tow of bargee to W. P. Clyde A Co,
MEMORANDA. M , t.
Bblp Brother's Pride, bmitb, tor Philadelphia, en
tered out at Liverpool 13th Inst.
Bieanisbip Tonawanda, Jeunlngs, hence, at Sivan
tab yesteraay. .. .
fctesrusblp pioneer, Catharine, hence for Wilming
ton. N. C, was passed tbih or 2ib. Inst., on Cape
Lockout. .
Barque Dlrlgo, Morrison, hence for Rotterdam,
sailed lrom Cowes lull last. . .
Brig Frontier, Bklnner, lrom Portland for Philadel
phia, returned to Holmes' Hole 24ih Inst.
Brig Circassian, from Boston lor Philadelphia, at
Holmes' Hole 26th Inst,
Brig Rollerton, hence lor St. John, N. B., at Holmes'
Bole2Gth list.
Brigs Kosmos. Parsons, and Princeton, Wells, from
BoBton lor Philadelphia, al Holmes' Holeitltb lost.
Brig Tuba, Reed, for Turk's Island and Philadel
phia, called from Maysgues 8d 1B81. .
Brig Amy A. Laue, Caiver, Ueuoe. at Portland 2Jth
Brig Leo, Wilson, hence, at Bremerbaven 9ih Inst.
Bchrs Mary Fletcher, Tracey: Barah Clark, Orlllln;
and Bout n. Smlth.for Philadelphia, sailed lrom New
port 2d lrat. . . , . , .
chrLamaJtlne, Ball'bury. from Philadelphia for
Wlnlerport. Me . put into Holmes' Hole ou trlduy,
aud proceed td. Lost chain aud auclior In the Ddlo-
WBcn'r Willie Dill. English, cleared at Wilmington,
N.O, V4th Inst, for Philadelphia, with sB.uoo feet of
'""cb'rs'D. B. Blner. Huntley; E. Magee. Smith; M.
Rliey. Ri.ev: M. lllUn, Miller; and Thomas Clyde,
Bciil' for Philadelphia, sailed lrom tfaleui 24th lust.
Bch'rs D. Glllord, Jlrrell: Othello. Kldrldge; and
Samuel Flh, Steele, hence, at Bulem 2.UU Inst.
Bchis A. M. Lee, Woolsey; Jane 8. Merssrvey. Mar-serve;-
and Lizzie D. Bniall, While, from Hos'on;
and Henrietta Young, from Bridgeport, all for Pul
Isdelphla. at New York 2ilh lnsu
Bchrs Jos. Porter, Burrows, benee lor Dlghton;
rrl&ls Owtn, do for Norwich; and R, W. Brown,
tisbor'n do. for Fall River, at New York Srtth tn.
Bclrs Aa Kldrldge, Smith; Henry May, Raekett;
Charles C'arstalrs, Price; Elizabeth Horner; Jiver
ureen. Bllostf; and K. H. Atwond. Hlgglns, all
hetce for Providence, at New York 2Sih lust.
NOTICE TO MARINERS
It has been tbe practice or most vessels making a
liaibtr In r-ewport, lor many years, to throw the
ai-bts aiid cinders from their stoves Into th waters of
Ibe harbor. 'Ihls, in thecourseof lime, bas amounted,
lOBbvetal hundred cartloads, tendlug 10 very mate
rially letsen ibe depth or water lu th harbor, Tuere,
Ik a statute prohlbltluK this, tne peniiy tor violation
being a flue ot not less than twen'.y dollars. The
Harbor Muster at tbat port gives notice, lor the Inror
niailon of mariners, thai he shall, alter the 1st day of
Kovember, 18t8, prosecute every violation of this
statute tbat comes to bis knowledge.
CHINA, GLASSWARE, ETC.
QREAT INDUCEMENTS
TO C1SII BUYERS.
IIOU8EKEEPE118
Will tlud It greatly to tbelr advantage to purobase
CHINA, GLASS,
AKD
COMMON WAKES
OF
1YNDALE & MITCHELL,
No. 707 CHE8NUT Stfoet,
28 mw(3rp PHILADELPHIA,
A PERFECT SAFE,
MARVIN'S
C1U103IE IKON SriIERICAL
BTJEGLAB SAFE
Cannot be Sledged !
Cannot be Wedged !
Cannot be Drilled 1
CALL A NO BEE THEM, OR SEND FOB DJC
BCKlPlIViu CIRCULAR.
MARVIN & CO.,
rKLNClPAL )721 CI1ESTJJUT ST.,
WAKLIIOISLS, (Masonic Hall), I'Mla.,
Oil BBOADWAT, NEW TUBH,
IOS BANK TBEET, CLETELAND, O.,
And for sale by onr Agent In the principal oltle
tbroughont tne United States. 8 81 mwfSia
ftftARQUETTE!
MARQUETTEI
Another letter from the great fire at Marquette,
HERRINO'B SAFES preserve their contenu where
Bates 01 other matters fall I
Varqukttic, Michigan, July 20, 1868,
tffttri Herring A Oj.
(itMLkSKM-Ou the 11th nit., tbe entire buslneis
portion 01 our town was destroyed by tire. Our .afe,
which was oue 01 your mauulacture, was subject to
an Intense beat, but proved Itself adequate 10 tbe
severe test, it lay in Uie ruint omtai ibiis, ana
when taken out. irom us appearance (the outside
covering being burned tbrounu lu mauy places), and
In view ot tbe fact mat several other sates previously
taken out were entirely destroyed, it was a great
surprise to us to find the contenu legible and In good
COUU1.IUU, ...
several orders for new sates have already been
sent you, which is the best prool ol this most satlsUc
tory test, and ol tbe confluence of this community In
your safes. Kespeolluily yours,
,u 1 WILLKINtJON A SMITH.
HERRING'S PATENT RANKERS' CHAMPION
BASES, made ot wrought iron aud steel, aud the
Patent Eraukllnit, or "Spiegel Eisen," tne best re
sistant to burglars' drills or cutllug instruments
ever manufactured. ..
LWKLLINU-liOUSE BATES, for silver plate,
valuable papers, ladles' Jewelry, eto etc., both plain
and in imitation of baudttome pieces of lurulture.
iikkuiNo'H PATENT SAFES, tbe ChamDlon
Safe fur tbe past twkntv-bkvkn ybahh; the victor
at tliS WUKLD'S JUUUUOU; ilJO vv s JAIK,
New York; the Exposition Univkkbkllb, Funs,
and wiNMisor ths, waukk or wi.uoo jtuancs at the
ruv.t. inturnational contest in Paris, are made and
sold only by the undersigned and our authorized
agtntfl, t t y tTTinnrvn o nr
PHILADELPHIA.
HERRING, FARREL A SHERMAN,
New York.
HERRING A CO., Chicago.
9 2wfm8mrp New Orleans.
E R
T- . MATS
FIRt; BUBGLAK-PKOOP SAFES,
LOCKjsMITH, BELIH ANGER, AND DEALlta
IIS KIM 1,1)1 HAltilWAKE,
S5 No. 484 RACK Street.
LUMBER.
186a
SPRUCE JOIBT.
SPRUCE JOIST,
HEMLOCK.
HEMLOCK.
1868.
1 CQ SEASONED CLEAR PINB, - oo
lODO. SEASONED CLEAR PINE. lOOO.
SPAKIbU ejWKP ATTEBNS,
1 OLtQ FLORIDA JTLOORINU, 1 0"0
lODO. FLORIDA FLOORING, lot)Ot
UA IWUill a xijuvniAu,
VIRGINIA FLOORING.
DELAWARE FLOOR1NU1
AfcH FLOORING.
WALNUT FLOORING.
FLORIDA STEP BOARDS,
KAIL PLANK.
1CCQ WALN UT RDSi AND PLANK, 1QJQ
lOOO. WALN UTHD8. AND PLANK. lODO.
WALN UT BOARDS.
WAlJNUr A'LANK.
1 QGQ UNDERTAKERo LUMBER, 1 QJQ
lODO. UNDERTAKERU' LUMBER, lOOO.
RED CEDAR.
WALNUT AND PINB,
1 QUO. SEASONED POPLAR. 1 Q?Q
lOOO. bikAUONED CHERRY. lOOO.
AOO,
WHITE OAK PLANK AND BOARDS.
HICKORY.
IQfiQ CIGAR ROJt MAKERS' tOOO
lOOO. CIGAR ROX MAKERa' lOOO.
FOR SALE LOW.
1 atiU CAROLINA SCANTLING, 1 OPQ
lOOO. CAROLINA H. T. SILLS, lOOO.
1868.
Hi
CEDAR SHINGLES. 1 0n
OVPRi-JJWSHLNULEa lOOO,
MAULE, BROTHER A CO..
No. ttM) SOUTH Street.
"QNITKD STATllS BUILDERS' MILL,"
Kos. 24, 26, and 28 S. FIFTEENTH St,
PHILADELPHIA.
E3LER & BROTHER,
1IASUVAC1UKKB8 Of
WOOD MOULDINGS, BRACKETS, STAIR BALUS
TERS, NEWELL POSTS, GENERAL TURN
ING AND SCROLL WORK. ETO.
The largest assortment of WOOD MOULDINGS In
this city constantly on baud 2 Im
fJ B K N T I N G Q M S
IRE GUARDS,
TOB BTOBB YBOHTI, ASTIiVBUi FAO
TOUIXJt, KTCf
Kiutwin saiiin. Iron Bedsteads. Ornaments
Wtra Work, Paper Makers' Wires, ana every variety
Ol WM Yr Ora, niannraovojcu uj
H WALKER MOirsg
imwf I Wo 11 Bona SIXTH Btraat
TTM1TED BTATE8 KK VENUE BTAMP8.-
Central Depot, No. lot South FIFTH street, ouedool
below CheaauU Established 1MM.
Bevenne stamps ol every deserlpUoa otxutanUyoi
band In any amount.
(tadn bf Hall or Kiprm MottpWf atuadedto-
JUE OLD OAKS CEMFTEKY t'OMl'ANY
or
PHILADELPHIA.
RICHARD VACI,
PBBSIDCNT.
PETER A. KEYS ER,
V1CPBBIIMT.
HARTIN LAIWDF.NnEIKir.lt,
TBIASCBIR,
II. II. WAI IV WRIGHT,
SKCRKTABY,
MAMAOKRa,
VAN RANDOLPH,
BENJAMIN BULLOCK.
MARTIN lANDRNBERiER,
RICHARD C. RlDaWAY,
RICHARD J. DOBBINS,
PETER A. KEYSER,
CHARLES H. MUIRHEID,
JOUfiPH F. TOBIAS.
AMUSEMENTS.
THE "OLD OAKS" CEMETERY
Is situated on the Township Line road, at the Inter
section of Nlcttown lane, and embraces SIxty-nlne
Acres of romantically besutHul land. It Is tbeestate
known lor many years as "Old Oaks," late the coun
try seat of John Tucker, Knq.
Tbe name Is taken Irom tbe great number and un
usual thrift and beauty of the majestic "OH Oak"
trees now growing on the properly, and which lend to
It a charm and appearance of permanency peculiarly
In harmony with tbe purposes to which the ground
Is dedicated.
No better selection of a location tor a Cemetery
could have been made. All the advantages possessed
by each of the other Cemeterlts are combined In this.
It is central In situation, and easily accessible by good
roads from all directions; li. la perfectly oonvenlent
to and Is but a siort distance from Germantown,
Manynnk, Nlcetown, Prankford.and Bildesburg, and
can be reached from all parts of the City of Philadel
phia by means of Broad street, which Is now the most
attractive and commanding in appearance of any
avenne not only In tnls city, but In the whole coun
try, aud which Is free from those Interruptions and
delays which render private travel on most of our
highways not only disagreeable but often dangerous
It extends for long distances on both Nlcetown
lane and tbeTownshlpLine road, and will have three
main and ornamental gateways, so as to atlbrd facili
ties for Ingress and egress from all directions, and the
drives through the place, and all the approaches to It
are so arranged that Its embellishments and superior
advantages cannot fall to be at once seen and appro'
elated by the visitor.
It Is the Intention of the proprietors to make "Old
Oaks" tbe most beautiful Cemetery in America, and
the artificial decorations, the lakes, drives, walks, and
horticultural ornamentation will give It an appear
ance unsurpassed by any other ever brought to public
notice, and will tend to allay the feeling of gloom
often caused by the sombre and funeteal aspect so
prevalent In Cemeteries generally.
The Buildings on the property are well known as
the most costly and handsome ever erected by private
capital. Tbe Mansion will be used In part as a
Chapel, and tbe surroundings beautified In keeping
with the character of the place; In a word, the Pro
pr It tors wish to do away with the feeling of repulsive
cess so often associated with Graveyards and Cbarnel
Houses, and bold out every Inducement to the friends
and relatives of the departed to visit the grounds
which contain relics so precious to them.
Tbe"01d Oaks" will be made an object of Interest to
strangers, as well as resldeats of Philadelphia, and
while tbe solemnity of ibe scene will not be violated.
yet tbe Impression will be conveyed that death Is a
mere separation, and tbat those who have fought
"life's battle" aie only resting from their labors, and
are always kept alive In the memory of tbelr survivors.
Tbe gronnds will be open to VIsI'ora at all hoars
during the day. The ottlce ot the Company la at
No. 413 CHE8NUT Stroet,
ROOM No. 1,
Where maps and plans of tbe Cemetery can be seen,
RppllMttlvn. Mwl. fc. M tap do.l.rf Inftt.m,.
lion given. 10 24 6t
WATCHES, JEWELRY, ETC.
JAMES E. CALDWELL & CO.,
IMPORTERS
OF
D I A M O N 13 S,
MANUFACTURERS
or
DIAMOND JEWELRY,
. No. 902
OHESNUT STREET,
4 SW PHILADELPHIA.
-ewis ladomus & co;
'DIAMOXD DEALERS & JEWELERS.
WATCHES, JKWELHY B1LVER WABK.
.WATCHES and JEWELET REPAIRED. JJ
802 mi.. nt... Phila-
Would invite particular attention to tbelr large and
elegant assortment of
LADIES' AND GEN TO WATCHES
of American and Foreign Makers of thelineal qnsllty
in Gold and bllver Cases.
A variety of Independent X Second, for horse
timing.
Ladle' and Gents' CHAINS of latest style, In 14
and 18 kU
BTTTON AND EYELET STUDS
In great variety newest patterns.
SOLID SILVER W ARB
for Bridal presents; Fiated-ware. eto.
Bepatrlng done in the best manner, and war.
rintod, 1 lP
GOVERNMENT SALES.
AUCTION SALE OP 1I0SPITAL BEDDING
AND CIOTHllSU.
AwsibTAKT Mkuical Pobvbyob's Office, l
Wanhimoion. It. C, Oct. 14. l-.ii.
Will be sold at Public Auction, in this city, at tbe
Judlclsry tquare Warehouse, K street, between
1-on nil nd Filth street, on WEDNKSDAY, ihe Ilea
day of November next, at 10 e'clock A. M.tuetol
lowh'K artlces of HOSPITAL BEOuING and
CiOTHlNG.no longer required for the use of (he
Medio. 1 Department o the Army, viz.;
lu.W'ii Grey Blankets.
10,' (ill Bed Hack.,
tO.lfll) lllow Ticks.
H, h pairs Vool tn Books.
6.0tn Gowns.
Ib.iKO Bilppers,
The above arfcles will be arid In lots, to suit both
Urge and small purchase rs.
'1 eruiS-Cath. lu Government Funds.
Five ( ) days will be allowed lu parties purchasing
to remove their proper'y.
If goodH are not all sold on tbe day advertised, tbe
s aid win ne continueu n.iiv.
OH RL18 MOTHERLAND,
10 16 14t Asst. Med. Purveyor, BvL Col. U. 8. A.
ACADEM y op Muaid
BATEKAN'd OPERA BOUFFE
TWELVE NIGHTS ONLY.
COMMENCING MONDAY EVENING. Nov. 0,
GRIND COMBIN Al ION OF DOUBLE COMPACT,
wm'J1, U BATEMAN desires to announce th.tH.
AcademrofSluc 0f t,r"lv 'UM Uit
when be will ba1?.NDAT' N,T-
tin.! time, to the muw;Si,,"eo1'ntrodnn,ni"tj for the
ihe cei.fcrated Opera bvl,V '(i"'""' ' ""iJelphU,
FBAKBKl7r,,,J,a' "tilled
which has for three years bJ m ..
lrib"a hls '-'""-opp'o'rtX
KAHK AND UNEXAMPLED STJOOEH
before lb. American public AtNlblo sGara.
York, upwards of ""'"n.stew
ONE 11 L'NWKED REPRESENT ATTON3
were given during the summer season Jim pasied
and were witnessed by the J passeo,
LAROl-JsT AND MO. ENTHUSIASTIC AUDI.
Ibat have ever s.sembled at that place ef entertain
ment. An iinlveiMU recognition has been Blven la
this production, as fully ,ql,al to and worthy of "Snk
beside tbat of the brijimnt y surcensful l4rZ.w
Dnchesre de (lerolsteln, with which the ul.rn nf
l hliadelphlaarealready fan.l.lar. for the toimtih
Interpretation of this graceful and charming work
Mr. Baleman secured In Paris the services mSi in wotJt'
EiNllKB.LV K OPKRATIO TKoiJ
compi Inlng a nnmber of the '
MObT AMIN1NT AKTI8TE9 OF THS ni
W ith these are now united the 1
riir. li, uuiiviaal UUMPINV
JAU(3E SALE OF BLANKETS.
Depot Quahtkhmahter's Offiob,
WaihlDglon, i. U, Oct. it. UH
Will be sold at Puhlin AurUnu. al Cloth mir Deo it.
Aimory Square, on UONUlV, November . com-
meucuiK bv in a. Al.. u u tier iuauirvisiuu oi iiuia
I). G. Thomas, M. M. Jf . quantity of Clothing,
Cnmp, aud Garrison Equipage, nu lit for Isaue, aud
Army Blank.is not required, as follows:
42,li li dray Blankets, new,
it poo Great Coats toot.
Artillery Uniform Coats,
, l.soil Great CoU, mouuled,
' J.ood lotnutry Uulloiui Coats.
1 14(1 lAfk t'lluLM.
reran e Caps, Tents, Bed Backs, Axes, Mess Pans,
ic. .10.
TJIKMH Cash, In Governmentfunds.
rsh deposit will be required, as heretofore, upon
day olssle.
By order of tbe Qoartermtster-General.
J. C. Mcr'ttRRlN,
Her my Quartermaster-General,
10 28 lft B revel Bngsdter Osnsral U. . Army.
rnich bas lilllierto appeared lu Pntiadnluhia n..
ir. BMeman's direction, thnsrorrnlngau
OPERATIC COMBINATION
f unprecedented mugnliode. "'v
and Bouir.. r uuu"" lne "PrsOomlqu9
AUKMOI8ELLE IRMA,
III make her nrst appeara.ee here as floulotie in
arbe Bleue." a part In which sbo Is acknowled'ired
be without a rival, and in which her exouiSHi
Biity, grace, and brilliant vocal accompllshmenta
never failed to awaken ihe keeuest iipresa ou."?.?
delight lrom the most critical connoisseurs:
li n ..Li . i .... .
e famous tenor and comedlnn, will sustain n.
triumphs In which are matters of mu'sloal hftV,,
and In which be has established his claim to the tltl.
IM AtLn" i'e'Ch leuMf""'' botUsldesol
"Bar be Bleue" win be represent' d until
EVER V EVENING ",cama'ea
AMD AT A
MATINEE ON SATURDAY, Nov. 14
Due notice will be given ol tbe performance nr
LA GBAND DUCUJlHaE UK G EROLH TEIJS
T.A nrri.L' irlrr vvn
with the brilliant and lavorlte artist. '
UAULLK lUKlJIB,
II.. ti.PAln. In K, k tnAA m I. . 1
be made up ot ' casta will
NAM E8 OF OPERATIC EMINENCE
Among which tbe following wl'l be at onoe'rn,
as entitled to high distinction. rBC0-
Mile. I-AM I1KLLE. Mile T.o'nrJo
Mile. HENRIETTA ROSE,
JUlie. BL XlXlltV Jit,
M.
M. LUCHENK.
M. LAGH1FKOUL,
M. DA RD1GNAO,
M. GUIUON.
M. KDUAhD,
Al. 1IAKUP1,
Mas, HAMILTON.
Mine. CAD1C,
AI. JJKURK,
M. LEIJTJO,
M. THOLKR.
M. FRANCOIS,
M. HAMILTON,
Maslcal Llreoior...........M. ADOLPH. BIRGFELD.
The Opera wM be produced with an
AMPLEanoCAKEFULLY CHOSEN ORCHESTRA,
NUMEROUS AND THOROUGHLY TRAINED
CHORrjd.
In oonstquence of a multiplicity of engaa-ementa
elsewhere, and or tbe Unit ed time to which thesn
artistes can ex'end their American tour, It should ba
understood that tbe season cannot possibly be ex.
tsuded b.Tond tbe two weeks announced,
THk SaLE OF RKHbKVEO BEAT'S
will commence on WEDNESDAY. November 4 at
tbe Box Office of the Academy, and at the Mus'o
Wore of Meters. ANDRE dk CO.. No. 1104 Ohesnnt
street. Il0 28 tf .
ADMISSION ...ONE l)')LLAB
.. XRprved beats, I II' y Cents exiratn M
Finally Circle J7i oeiw
llery m8) cents
NEW CHkSNUT BTKEET THEATRE
W. B.S1IMN &COLeK,ees. ""aas.
COiNTINUED bCC0ES3
Of the sparkling and youihful trio, ibe
WOKKKLL blf l-KKS.
WOKKKLL SIBTER4.
BOPHIE. IRENE, and JKNNIE.
KOPH1E, I HE MS, and JENNIE
in Offenbach's Opera Bon tre, ,
THE GRAND DUCHESS, ,
as played by Item to
J AfjfjK M FASHIONABLE AUDIENOP-a
LAHGi, AND FASHIONABLE AUOIENCeJ
100 CON8ECUl VE NIGHTS,
loo CONSH.CU11VE NIGHTS
The famous
. , . . CAN CAN,
blr"UurMd!V W 'b0UU ' apBUuae- w' ehorljy
LA BELLE HELENS AND
BAHUK blkuk.
MAI IK EM ON BATCKDAY.
WALNUT 8T. THEATRE. BEGINS AT i To
THIS (W.dnfSday) EVENING. Oct. M
Second Week of ihe Eminent Tragedian '
MR. E. L. DAVENPORl".
ThiSP?? VKOWDKD 10 TUK DOME!
Third Night of an entirely new aud HoujantloSn
satloual Di.roa, In five actsf adapted audmien .5"
ptessly lor Mr. Davenport, eniuied written
F; OH. BHANDJIO,
en body Ing scenes In London aud Paris at the Dresnnt
day; al.o the eoBni
WILD LIFE OF THE GIPSY TRIBES.
Mr. E. L DAVENPORT In Fuur Charautera.
RS. JOHN DBEW'S ARCH bTREET THE.
A THE, Begins at quarter to.
THERI'IsH UNA BATED ! HOUPES CROWDEDf
LalST WEllK OF LO i'TA AND FIRE-FLY
MONDAY, AND EVERY EVENING.
n FIRE-FLY,
With Great Cast ana Fine Effects.
Fire-fly M. LOTTA
With botes, Duiic.s. and Drum Holo.
FRID Y LOITA'H FAREWELL BENEFIT.
SATURDAY LAST IU; FLY MAlTOKit
MONDAY NEXT-HE'S GOT MONEY.
U 8 I C A L FUND HALL.
CAKL bENIZ AND MARK HASSLEB't
GK4N0 ORCUEHTRA MATINEKS
EVERY SATURDAY AFTERNOON, ja? o'olock
hubscrlptlot Ticket.. Bdmiiilng to thirty Concerts te
Package ol four Tickets.- . " ' COPoer"ffi
Single Adml slrn ...::.Z.TZZr&ZintL'
For sale at Carl Sents's Otlice (BonertiTtnra) Nn
1102 Cliesnni street, and at Mark 11 ouster's Oflloa Mn
214 6. E'ghth street. Engagements for &nce?s?c,.
'nVl:1' tl" Parties, etc., can be made
M Hi 8 QlllCtf . 10 14 t
HORTICULTUR4L HALL.-GER MANIA
okchkbtk .-p u b l i a kbhkahsaik
EVERY WEDNESDAY, at P. M Tickets sold
at the door, and all principal Music blores. Pakai
ol live for l; slugle. ua cems. u"'u,uore' Paekageg
JiugHgemeuts can bemaoe by addressing a. BAR.
TKRT.Ne. miMONTEltaY Btreet; Wlitlgs Muslo
Bioie. No. loi Chennut street; Andre's Muslo Storeu
No. llin Chesuut Btreet. m xtt
L S'
EUDIXAND PAUWR
GHKAT NATIONAL PAINTINO.
"THE NEW REPUBLIC;"
OR.
EMANCIPATION IN THE UNITED STATES,
Kow on Exhibition lu the Penusylvaula Academy
Of Fine Arls (Eastern Galleries. ) 10 23 3 w
FOX'S AMERTCAN VARIETY THEATRE-
EVEHY EVENING AND SATURDAY
AFTEKMOON,
GREAT COMBINATION TROUPE,
In Grand Ballets, Eth eplau Burlesuuea, Bonci
Dances. Pantomimes. Gymnast Acts, eto.
TLANTICGARDIN THEATRE. CALLOW-
HILL bTHEEP, BgLOW FIFTH.
LAbT WEEK OF HORSE DRAMA.
FRENCH SPY.
KATH RAYMOND AND BLACK BESS. 10 27 Ht
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, ETC.
pANTALOON STUFFS!
JAMES & LEE,
HO. 11 NO It Til IBCOKD ITBIlTt
Si an of the Golden Lamb,
Have now on band a very large and choice assort
ment of all the new ttyles of
Fall and Winter Fancy Cussiinerog
IN THE MARKET,
To wblcb they InvHe tbe attention of tbe trade and
Others. II WW
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CARPENTER AND BUILDER,
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