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TOB i)AlLfi OCTOBEIl' 15,: 1870.
musical. Ann imviiATic. M'lle NlMftaa's ! CeneerU The second appearance of M'lle NUsson at the Academy of Music was greeted last evening by an ven larger audience than on Wednesday, and the favorable verdict, then given by her hearers was fully confirmed. The great feature of tne performance last evening was tne "mad scene," from Anibrols'e Thomas' UamM, and although the selection was one, entirely nnsulted to the concert-room, It was ac cepted by tbe audience for what it was Intended as affording an opportunity for the singer to display her abilities in purely dramatic music The In troduction of such & scene as that from Ham. Irt Into a concert programme Is, however, almost painfully unsatisfactory, and It Is sincerely to be hoped that Mile Nilsson before she leaves the country will have opportunities to appear In Ophelia," "Mlgnon," "Desdemona," Margaerlte," and other of her leading rota. Messrs. Verger, Brlgnoll, Vlenxtemps and Miss Carey performed their parts In the entertainment last evening in such a manner as to secure generous applause. The (tier AmuKcmnnta. Wad'lli Cdristinr Nii-spon will appear for the third time la concert this evenlng.at the Academy of M usic. She will also appear on Thursday next. At thb Chfsnut the extravaganza of 1'luto will be repeated this evening. at tab Walnut Mr. and Mrs. Watkins will ap pear this evening In the drama of The Colleen Bawn anil The llimrer Patriot. On Monday Mr. J. 8. Clarke will commence an engagement. At tbs arch the drama f Man and Wife la an- nonncert for this evening. Atthb bi.bvsnth ktkbbt Opbra norai a mln trel performance will be given this evening. Atthb arch StrkbtOpsra Hocsb avarletyof Bongo, burlesques, and dances will be performed this evening. At tub American a miscellaneous bill will be presented this evening. CITY IRTBLLIOBHCE, THE COAL TRA.DE. The Prednntlnn nod the Market Coal n. jl Kaw Material UulaUos, fclo. The water supply In the coal region has at length been Increased by the late rams, and those collieries which were compelled to be idle on account of a short supply of water are now again running on full time. Tlits would tend to Increase the production, were it not that the present rates of ooal will not allow the working of tbe more expensive mines to any extent, and lu the end may compel their entire stoppage. Tnua the supply is kept within the actual demands of the trade. The market is unchanged in quotations, though there Is a tendency to lower rates from lack of de mand. Coastwise freights are somewhat lower on account of the good supply of vessels and barges at the port, more, lu fact, than are needed at present. With regard to the legislation of Congress on coal EB raw material, the Miner's Journal of last week makes a good point. A breaker is now being erected for tbe Delaware, Lackawanna, and Western Rail road atone of their collieries near Scranton, which is very large and complete in every particular. The coBt of the structure when completed will be not less than f lioo.ooo, and perhaps more. This breaker, which prepares C'tal for market after it Is mined by manipulation which is equiva lent to manufacture, and by means of machinery which is just as expensive as aay in use in any de partment of industry, will cost when completed more than any furnace, and more than many roil ing, cotton, or woollen mills. Yet the product from furnaces, cotton, woollen, and rolling mills Is by the law-makers regarded as a manufactured article, while the product of a more expensive breaker, requiring luore labor In Its nrepara ion, is regarded as a raw material, and the legislation Is governed accordingly. 1 here are many breakers in the Schuylkill regon iiabvIw o a o.tui ,.ln tt a ttila nun an.1 III. n n ajtl.in ( a A' HI I J Iva akuo4, ska tu.o uuvj BUil tiuo iiuvauuu la asked whether an article that requires such great .repartition by breaking, sorting, aud cleaning from luinurltlt s before it can be sent Into the market, can lastly be regard eu as raw, after it has been through these procetsea and Is fit for sale. The following are the prices of coal by the cargo at Port Richmond for shipments east of Bordentown and sruth of Cape Henry, and to points along the line of the Delaware aud Karitan Canal: Schuylkill Red Ash. S4-90ab-O0: do. White Ash. Steamboat, f 4HHK416; do. da Broken, $4-lS423 ; ao. ao. itgg, i4'OUt-uu: ao. ao. stove, tit-n: do. da Chestnut, f3-703-90; 8henndoali Broken, 14-25; do. Kgg, B4-I5; do. Stove, flDO: do. cnest not. 13m The following are the current rates of freights from Port Richmond lor the week ending ucu l: Bangor, 1 30; Boston, 2-25(a-85; Charlestown, 12-ho: uamDrinire. inuo: uorcnester. ri as: uignton. $2; Fall River, 12; New Bedford, ii; Provlnoetown, t2'40: Rock port, 12-45: Bulem. $2-35; Weymouth. S'i-iB; Appouaug, ti; Newport, ti; Providence, 12; rawtneket ana tow. ia-'.io: Alien s font ami tow. Norwich and tow, tl-80; New London, 11-76; Brooklyn, l'5; New York, irsosi 40; xonitera, fl'55: Jersey City, ll'38: Georgetown. Si KB: wasn- lngton, Si 1HM1 -60 ; Norfolk, $1-30 ; Wilmington, $1 '30 ; Savannah, 8U0. a . - Letters Testamentary and of Administration Granted. The Register of Wills, Hon. J. Alexander .Simpson, nas recently granted letters oi administra tion in the following estates to the parties named : jonn Muir to nana Minr. John H. Ludwlg to William Nelll. Adam Carey Cain to Daniel Smith. Henry R. Clark to Charles II. tiioson. klchael Gartland to James Burns and John W. Cninn. CWiniam P. Fenton to Garrett Dudbrldge. William Hav to Daniel McDevltt. Valentine Holmes to Samuel Hood and John Holmes. Iu. D. Mai la W. Jones to Washington Jones and William II Berrv. Maria Wagner to John B. Wagner and Charles John Daly to Elizabeth Daly. Catharine Drexel to John D. Lankenau and An- , thony J. Drexel. ' 0 beonhllus Paulding to Moses J. Paulding. John bm tb to Daniel Smyth and William Smyth. jonn my to ao tie ray. Amelia Simkln to P. C. Ilollis. - Y i Ham D Gray. M. D., to John P. Anshuts. Andrew Lauer, Sr., to Andrew Lauer. Samuel Bray to Catharine N. Bray. John lVU'Intyre to Margaret Preston. Joseph Coffman to Grace CoiTman and John T. uonrnnn. Wlrnam P. Wllstach to Anna II. Wllstach. John Brady to Ann Brady. Daniel Mcintyre to Catharine Addison, John Newman to Itlehard M. Newman. Evangelical Alliance. Attention is savlted to the announcement among our religious notices of the meetings to-morrow one at 4 o'clock P. M. lu Rev. Mr. Henry'B church. In West Philadelphia, and one at T)tf o'clock, evening, In the Church of tbe Epiphany to receive, through Rev. James Davis, of London, the appointed messenger of the British Evangelical Alliance, the salutations of Christians in the Old World. The scenes or the last Tew years. and more especially of the last few weeks, in Europe have, in their religious aspect, been of the most thrilling character ; and no thoughtful Christian can oouot me lust coming on or events, opportunities. and duties, concerning which there is call for con ference and mutual understanding between Chris tians of all the realms of earth. The time has come iv,hen too much value cannot be ascribed to this lown 01 international intercourse. Widow's Notices. The following named ladies have given notice that they have Hied in the or phans' Court for the city and county of Philadelphia petitions praying that they may be allowed to retain three hundred dollars out of the estate of their late hOKbanria, Id accordance with the provisions of the act oi Assembly ef April 14. 1859, and its supple ments: Mrs. Catharine J. Haines, the widow of Allen Haines, lei ead ; Mrs. Elizabeth McKnlght, me wkiow oi joun jucumgnt, deceased. Robbery. On- Thursday night the arocerv store of J ob a Lyman, at No. 1&25 Catharine street, was entered and rolbed of two boxeg of soap, two bags oi couce, ana otner goons, lesteraay three subiiI- ct"u looking characters were discovered in the neijiht orhocd of tbe store moving some of the stolen property. Mr. Lyman gave chase, but the parties scuped. The tormer recovered some oi ma gooas. Dishonest Workman. Michael Oovle. emoloyed at Allison's car work, was arrested yesterday on the charge of larceny. The allegation is that he carried otf from the place in his tin kettle an expeuslve piec of machinery. Defendant has been held for a further hearing before Alderman Ramadell. UNGENTi.EMANLY.On Thursday evening James Peterson Urea off plntil purposely to frighten a t . . woman who resides at Front and South streets. For his unseutlemanly conduct be was arrested and taken before Alderman Devitt, who committed him , to answer. , - 4 ' Pali ofthh Property op a Banerupt. Judge - aiwainler has ordered juarsuai uregory to sell, ' on next Thursday, ail the goods belonging to Mr, Oeoige 1L Bechtel. who has been adjudged a bauk- ' rupL lie was a large manufacturer aud dealer in saver aua ntea warn at no. 7 is Arcu street.; Act ipent. -Aboat half-pant 1 o'clock this morula j i, r AiriAlc oy. h aervaur, gin, jii iron one o ino i r- wi'ic r.f h rn:- .jn-e No. I'.ji) JJil .'jio(; tutei, and wu seriously Injured, LOCAL TREACIIERS. Thh-teenth Aanaal HeimUa af the Natlaaal l,ral Preaehera' Anclallaa af the Meiho dint Church. At in o'clock this morning the delegates to the thirteenth annual session of the National Local iTf-Mi'iipm' AftRociat on or the jHRtnonsr. Enigsom Choreh ai-sembled tn Union M. E, Church, on Fourth street, below Arcn. ana neia a prayer miet- liig, Eev. W.J. Irgraham officiated on the occasion. 1 he services continuea ucui a o ctocK.wnen a oeue dlotion vm pronounccl. The pff gramme ror tue sittings or tne assocHtlon, which wii) be is eessloD unwl Tuesday evening, is as follows: ,. , Nntnnlav AflernrWtB Devntinbal elflrciwHt nd ArilrnM hy Kt. j. ).rn onotorof t'nioa M. K. Ohnrch; appoint mo. i nf nommitieo. apd miscellaaeout banneu. tSatnrdiiy Kvenina HeliKinns aorrioai; n'eotion of offi cer, ror tna caauinK year; winren or weicomn id oonaii oi . i. x . i 1 hA . k uA rt 1 1 1. ii rt 1 of St . Oeorna'a Ohurch ; resixinnea by Rev. T, T. Tagker, ot I'hilanelphia, ana nev. j. t. t orDas, ot utnolnnatt, ana Po. K. Hipffner, of Baltimore. r Babbath Preaching in the various ohorehet by dale- Monday Seporlaof atanding and apMsial committee. Oonaidnration nf miscellaDnoaa basinma, addreaae, eto. TuoMlay Momintt DiaoaBSinn on the qnest.ion, la it the fluty of Protrstanta to ini-t upon the reading of tho earred oonp'nrea in oiir ruiio nonoriaf Tamduy Afternoon UnnvratlnnaljneetlB(( on Rabbath achoul instruction, Sabbath school literature, and family' P' . . . ranee. . The mortality of the city. The number of deaths in the olty for the week ending at noon to day was 2flt, belmi en Increase of 15 over those of last week, and bh increase of lover the corropond inir nerlod of last vear. Of theselH were adults: lis were minors; 178 were born In the United States; 50 were foreign : i were people or eoior ; ana o were from the country. Of this number, 40 died of consump tion of the lungs ; 8 of disease of the heart ; 10 of maras mus; 7 of old age; 6 of typhoid fever; 10 of convul sions; 4 of scarlet fever: 10 of inflammation of the lnngs ; 8 of congestion of the brain ; 12 of debility ; aim o oi cuoiera lntantum. The deaths were divided as follows among the different wards: . Hams. Ward. First 10 Sixteenth 5 Second 11 Seventeenth 8 Third 8 1 Eighteenth 8 Fourth. 10 Mucteenta 14 Fifth. 8 Twentieth. i!3 81xth 8 1 Twenty-first Seventh 13 Twenty-second 13 Eighth 6iTwenty-third 9 Ninth 7Twent.y-fonrth. 6 Tenth. 8 ! Twenth-fl fth. , 7 Eleventh 7iTwenth-fllxth 13 Twelfth 6 1 Twenty -seventh 0 Thirteenth. 8 Twenty-eighth 8 Fourteen tn. o, unknown o Fifteenth 91 . - - -t Total 239 Ofrmkg Nioht of the Star course of Lbo- tures. Tbe sale of seats for the Star Course of Lectures has been so large that the success of the season Is already assured. From present appear- abces a large portion 01 tne Academy win do se cured for the entire series before the doors are opened on Monday evening. This state of things muBb uv vcij (tiaiiijiUK LVJ Aiii. m. uii, mul uo uh un served no less at the hands of Phlladeiphlans. By a combined intelligence, eoou taste, and enersrv. as rare ss It Is effective, he has made the lecture an In stitution here, and he Is fairly entitled to what fine results may flow from many months of organized and persistent etrort The result has not been ob tained Jiv merely wishing for It. The manager has been unprecedentedly liberal in advertising, and lu many novel ways ror making nis patrons comforta ble aud pleased. The Star Course la as fashionable as the opera, and Its nights offer a series of opportu nities for social reunions of the gayest and choicest kind, ah persons in teres tea in tne giving 01 good lectures and who are not? should make an effort to assist at the grand opening of the star season on Monoav nignt, iuiss Anna u. uickinson has tne place or honor, ana win deliver ner new lecture. "loan 01 Aro," ior tne nrst time in tnis city, it is said to eqnal, if not surpass, her best efforts of rorroer years. & choice concert dv can sentz s Par lor Orchestra, materially enlarged since last winter, wiu preceae tne lecture. . . . AuprroF.8 Apfointbd.' The Court of Common Pleas for the city and county of Philadelphia have appointed the following named gentlemen as audi tors iu tne estates eiveu : rierce Archer. Ksa.. to auair. etc.. tne account or Elizabeth llartman, administratrix of Jacob Hart- man, aeceasea. Freaeru-k 11 ever. Jisa . to an a it, etc. tue account or joeepn a. ciay, guaraian or ueorgiana v. Fotter, a minor. W. Hey ward Drayton, Esq., to audit, eto., the ac count of Joshua Linnineott and J. Dundas LI n Din- cot t, executors of the will of James Dundas, de ceases. Thomas Bradford uwight. i-sq.. to audit, etc.. the account 01 ttacnei ciarxe ana carey smitn, exe cutors or mo win or . naries uiarte, aeceasea. Robert jn. wuson. itsq., to anait. etc.. tne accounts of Frederics Poll, administratrix, etc, of the will of toernara v on. aeceasea. Edward K. camoneu. Kaa.. to audit, etc. tna ac counts of Kd ward. M. Hopkins, trustee under the will of Anna M. Kintzing, deceased. James H. castle, aaa., to audit, etc., tne accounts of George Elnwecbter, trustee of property of ueorite liinwecnter. aeceasea. 11. F. Fisher. Ksa.. to audit, etc. tne accounts or James M. West, who is the assignee of W illiam Til ler, who raued in business. Tdb Cry is "Still Thby Comk!" Mr. Mason Fvaus. a student at law in the office of Aaron Thompson, Esq. ; Mr. Preston K. Erdman, a student at law in tne omce 01 i urman bneppara, u.sq. ; ir. Charles II. Whetli&m, a student at law, formerly in the omce or ueniamia 11. urewstcr, usq., inn after wards in the office of J. Sergeant Price. Esq. : and Mr. Herman B. Van Trunk, a student at law In the office of Amos Briggts, Esq., have announced jtnelr intention 01 anruvinff ior aamissiou to practise as attornevs in tne uistnct uourt ana uourt 01 com mon Pleas tn this country at the next meeting of the Board of Examiners, on Thursday. October 27. at 8 o'clock P.M. The meeting takes place in the Law Library, and the Board of Examination consists of lease iiazienurst. sq., chairman: Messrs. i. ti. Townsend, Paschall, Gross, Spiese, Odhlscidager, Kelt, ana latta; J. u. Aiereaitn acts as secretary. 1 ne proceeaings are private Tub Serenadb to Mr. Ckeely. The following rommunicaiiou has been received :r,iiitor of Tin Evemnu Teleorafh Dear Sir: Will yon please make notice in your columns of the fact that the John L. 11111 who presided at tne creeiv maetinir and serenade is not the undersigned, who Is a Re publican, ana tnereiore uas no amnation witn bolters or trimmers? John l. Hill, w Chairman Hep. uity Ex. Com. SPiEiTCALi8if. Thomas Gales Forster will lecture at tbe church corner of Eleventh and Wood streets to-morrow at 10j o'clock. Subject Job, 82d chap., 8 v.. first clause, "but mere is a spirit in man." Also, at 7 m o'clock P. M., from latter clause same text: "Ana the inspiration or tne Aiinignty givetn tnem nnaerstanaing. Held to Answer. James Oldenwelder was arrested this morning for tbe larceny of combs and mushes rrom a store in tne lower section or tne city, and was held in $-100 ball by Alderman Jones to answer. Affointment of AssioNEia in Bankruptcy Messrs. John Hoffmann and Jacob O. Landes have been appointed by the District Court for the ax torn district 01 rennsvivama assignees of William Bar tholomew, of Montgomery county. FIItAIVGIS AMD COWMEttCB. Bvsauia Tslmmafb OmoB.1 baturdar. OoL 15. lU. I The local market to-day Is comparatively quiet at all points, the chief business op to noon beinpr in discount loans on business account. The stock market is demoralized. and very little is doing In brokers' loans, though a steady demand is kept up for all favorite local stocks. The holders appear willlusr to sell, but at full Drices. indicating a eoeculative movement, and tbe ease of the money market enables thenUOb.01aou4r.or anaavance. Whether this advance is obtainable or not remains to be teen, bnt it may be fairly questioned. Call loans are easy at oifett per cent, and first class paper at 6a 9 per cent. Currency Is abun dant for all practical purposes. Gold Is quiet and rather weak, with sales ranging from llawllai. Government bonds move slowly, but prices show a further advance all down tue list, uuiy a trifling business was done at tbe 8 took Board, tbe chief sales being Bute tU, war loan, at 108. City fee, new, at 102 X. Reading Railroadl sold at 5056; Pennsylvania at W ana benign .Navigation at KStwrajg. The bids were 27)4 for PhUadelpbla aud Erie; VXH tor CauU6a preierreaua lolor Schuyl kill "Navigation preierreu. MxstRB. Di Haven A B kotos a. No. 40 8. Third street. Philadelphia, report the following quotations 1 L'. S. f it i("M, tlS'i("l: do. 1SJ, t0Vi'i ; ic. :t. w. : 5 1 1 : - is.. 1 1 1 ?x 1 ' : 4a, i-ji. I now, UO(iiio j da 1W7, do, 1x01105 da lMd, do. llP?;ttlK;;T lo-40s, losvfinv. TJ. a go Tear 6 percent, i rreney, illswill.'i : Ooli, tis-i 113N; Pllr. , io7 V(-1ho; Union Pacific Railroad 1st Mon. B ds. Bar (3840 Central Parlflo Railroad, 90P910: - Ion Pa iflo Land Urant Bonds, 7804730. MESexs. ' n.l.UM r-aiNTKa Uo., No. M 8. i hlrd tre t. rei -.tthe followinir quotations: U. 8. 6s of i88i, mv. ii; ti-sosof 183,1111 s-sm: do. ISM, UiSftiT'jdo. ism, liliii's da. Jnly, issol li(r?Kjr.i;tf; do., July, 186T. llosllov;do. July, I'm, 110,ti10S : e, 10 40, 10Ji(lo v ; U. S. Pactflc RR. Cy. fla, 11K41UV. Gold, 113 Vil8!4 N4B sv liAPNiR. Brokers, , report this morninf Ool d quotations as folio ws " 10-00 4. M U3K1MBA. m jwv 1013 - 118 11 ) 1131J 10 80 118V 18-00 M ItSV 10-40 " 118.tf 12-80 P. M ..... fl3' PHILADELPHIA STOOK EXOHANQE SALES Reported by De Haven ft Bro., H, 40 S.Xhlrd street, FIRST BOARD. 100 Pa 6a W L Cp.l04X, soo sh Reading R.o. 50-66 IV00 City 68, Old... 102 W0 do 60-66 100 do o. 60)tf . 2oo City as, New.os (200 do c.iosx $1500 SchN 68, 83.. 78 $l(,oo Rrad deb bds. 83 flOOO WUmRR7 1 ooo ao is, looBuLeh NavSt.. 15 do , 10 do 800 do S30. 86 sh Penna R.... 60 do 11 do , 60 83 83 V 8V 60 H 60 V 60 tr.oo n penna is. . . 94 i 7(NH) Phlla A E7S.. 88 W 12000 W Jersey R 7a 90) 100 sh Read R 0 50-66 BETWEEN BOARDS. 14000 Phil A E 7s... hX 860 sh N Y Mid.. 4-81 jHMiora ps trr.ios IV0OO Bel. A Del 8m. 65 W lOOOO Pa R gen mt.. Cp bs.... 9 800 ah Read R...bS. 60X 100 100 100 100 100 800 do. .b5. 60W do.., do... do.., do... ,.bA0. 60 H . 860.50-44 ..b10. 50) ,b6Ai. 50V lfOsh Penna R.b5. 60 lro do... .860 60V 108 do 60S do. IB. 50V 100 do D60. 60 aoshLeh N.bSwn. 33 1 Bh Bk of N Am. 324 loo do boo. 83V 100 d0..85Aln. 83'i 100 do b60. 83V 13shLltSchR..c. 42 100 do 06 43 SECOND BOARD. 12000 City 68, prior 100 sh Read R... .0.50-44 to -en.... tira j 500 City 6s, New. .108V I200 Leh R In 89 100 sh Leh Nav.b&O. 83 V BOO do 83 100 do 83 V 100 do 83 ii 10 sh Penna R. . . . . 60 K Philadelphia Trade Report. Saturday, Oct. 15. The Flour market continuea quiet at former quotations. The demand Is mostly confined to the wants of the local tra ie, whose pur chases foot up 12f 0 barrels, including superfine at 14-60(34-76; extras at $557; Iowa, Wisconsin and Mlcnesota extra family at $6-756-67 : Pennsylvania do. do. at l6-503A-75: Indiana and Ohio do. do.. tsfj0s7,and $78-85 for fancy brands,as In quality. it .ye r tour may oe quoted at so ou. in corn meal nothing doing. The wneat market is steady, with a fair demand for prime lots. Sales of 8000 bushels Indiana red at fl-38ai-40: and 1000 bushels do. amber t - I1'411 -44. Rve sells at 93c for Western. Corn la very dull and the offer ings are large. Sales of 1000 bushels Western yellow at 84(3H7c.,and 1500 bushels Western mixed at 8i(S84c Oats are unchanged. Sales of white western at 5052c, and black and mixed at 4546c jh cariey ana man no inrtner sales were reported. Berk In the absence of sales we quote No. 1 Quer citron at $25 per ton. w many is nrm at ac ior western iron-bound. LATEST SIIIPPOO INTELLIGENCE. For additional Marine Neiee eee Inside Paqea. 1 k PORT OF PHILADELPHIA ..OCTOBER 15 BTATI OF THEKMOM BTBR AT THX KTINTKO TELEGRAPH OFFICE. 7 A. M 67 IUA.IL 66 8 P. M. 78 CLEARED THIS MORNINO. Ship J. Montgomery, Perkins, Antwerp, Workman A Co. Steamer James a Oreen, Vance, Richmond and Nor folk, W. P. Clyde A Co. Steamer New York, Jones, Georgetown and Alex- amino, w. r. uiyae a jo. Steamer E. C. Biddle, McCue, New York, W. P. Clyde A Co. Steamer United, Cryder, Fortress Monroe, Auden- Bark Queen Victoria, Leyne, Dublin, L. Westergaard A Co. Schr Armenia, Call, Portsmouth, Audenried, Norton et to, Schr Southerner, Hearn, Washington, do. Schr Caproon, Kates, Mlllvllle, do. Schr Gilbert breen, Henderson, Petersburg, do. Schr Mary Francis, AdonnaL Richmond, do. tsenr K.ate p. i.unt, i-unt, eaiem, uraerr, Rothermel A Co. Schr S. A. Hoffman, noffman, Boston, do. Schr Eva Bell, Somers, do. - do. Schr M. C. Hart, Really, 'do. do. Schr A. C. Paige, Haley, do. i0. Schr M. u. Read, Bowman, jncw uearord, do. Schr Transit, Rackett, Providence, do. Schr Fannie Harmer. Brooks, Newport, do. Schr Alabama. Vangilder, East Greenwich, do. Tug Thomas Jefferson, Allen, Baltimore, with a tow of banres. W. P. Clyde A Co. Tug Chesapeake. Merjlhew, Havre-de-Grace, with a WW 01 o&rgea, w. tr. uijuo a vu. ARRIVED THIS MORNING. Steamship Aries, Wiley, from Boston. 14th Inst . with mdse. to U. Wlnsor A Co. Was detained twelve hours on Nantucket hnoais on tne night of 12th Inst. Off Reedy Point saw two f uli-rigged brigs, bound up, UDUiCB uutowciuuucu. Steamship William P. Clyde, Sherwood. 84 hours from New York, with mdse. to John F. OKI. Steamer G. H. Stout, Ford, from Georgetown and Alexandria, with mdse to W. P. Clyde A Co. Steamer A. C. Stlraers, Davis, 81 hours from New York, witn mosc to w. r. ciyae & co. Schr Meggy and Luoy, Crosby, from Fensacola, with lumber to Starr fc Son. Schr George Twlblll, Herring, from Norfolk, with railroad ties to Vlneland Railroad Co. Schr Reading Kit. No. 42. Rod an, from Hartford. Schr El wood Dolan, Jarvis, from Salem. Schr F. A. Baird, Ireland, from Providence. Schr Jane C. Patterson, Sewall, from Boston. Schr Sallie B., Bateman, do. Cuke Drt- Tnkl Uanan rVrvrw TTa f Tutr Hudson. Nicholson, from Baltimore, with a low or oarges to w. r. uiyae a. uo. Tutr G. B. Hutchlngs, Davis, from Havre-de-Grace. MEMORANDA. Ship Firm, Wiley, for PhUadelpbla. entered out at Liverpool 1st Inst. Ship Alice McMinott, Lowell, for Philadelphia, s'ld iruui j-ivt-rpuui jov iubw Br. steamer Calabria, McMlcken, from Liverpool, arrived at New York yesterday. Br. steamers City of London, Tlbbits, for liver pool, and Virginia, Andrews, for London, cleared at Binw iora yeaieroay. Steamer Ashland, Beckett, for Charleston, cleared at new xors yesteruay. Steamers Charleston, Berry, from Charleston Fanita, Freeman, and Georgia, Crowell, hence, at New York yesterday. steamer Saxon, sears, nenoe, at Boston yesterday. Briar David B. Doane. Veazie. from Norfolk for Philadelphia, passed Hell Gate yesterday. Schr Transit, hockett, hence for Providence, at New York yesterday. Schrs Wr alter Palmer, Cole, from Boston for Phila delphia, and Ripple, Conover, from New Haven for Trenton, passed Hell Gate yesterday. benr 11. 41. Carlisle, Nortnup, nence, at East ureeuwicu run lust GITTITBnie For additional City item tee Inside Page. Men's Ektikf Suits, As low a $10. Better than are nold elaeuhere at $12 to $15. Other at 12, $13, $15, $16, $18, $10. Call and tee. "imJ&XL. I "TowrSall. a,a sul. .JNo. B18 MAKKBT BTaEkT. I have used a Grover t Baker No. 9 Sewing Machine for nearly five years, giving the best of satisfaction at all times. It la very simple and runs very light Hadassah B. Folbom, No. 864 Franklin street, Cleveland, Ohio. Homes for $10 a month, at Clifton. See advertise-1 ment of last great Bale of Clifton building lot by Birch a son, on Monday, uctooer 17. DIED, Brown On the 14th instant, Charles Brown, in me ti to year ui uis age. The relatives and friends of the family are respect rully invited to attend the funeral, from his late residence In Mount Holly, N. J., on Tuesday, teth lusiani, at 1 o ciock r. wunoui iiurtner notice. Ttain leaves Market street at u A. ta 1 Conner. On the 16th instant, James G. Conner, in me dim yea ui jiia e.ge. Due notice will be given of the funeral.' White Suddenly, on the Uth instant. Rebecca L., wife of Daniel S. White, in the 4IU1 year of her Her relatives and friends are respectfully Invited to' atund her iunerai, irom tue resuieuce or her bus- iiatd in VTy, on tseoo'id dav morniiijr T lustant, at 10 o'clock, J :i ' V " rJ. VV. CORNER nSLLlflf.1T. 8H0DBRA8$: TO BUYERS OF. CLOAICINCO. Wc have now in store om i CARACULLAS, ASTRAKHANS, , ESKir.lOO, CHINCHILLAS, VELVET BEAVERS, PLAIN BLACK BEAVERS, FUR BEAVERS, OPERA CLOAKINCS, In Blacks and Colors, Newest Designs. 1 WATERPROOFS. WATERPROOFS, Twenty different makes, from lowest to finest grades. WHITE CORDUROYS. VELVETEENS! VELVETEENS! i;; ' In verv best makes, colors guaranteed. We have always made this branch of our bu iness a. specialty. Our stock is now complete , ' ' V it. WILLI AiV T. SUODGRASS k CO., ..... ' ,';' N. W. C0ENER NINTH AND MARKET STREETS. ;i DRY GOODS. 400 AXICIX STRBST. QQ EY11E LANDELL K"nw Offer for the Fall of I 870 NEW LYONS SILK8. PIM8 rWLlNS. INDIA 8HAWLS. 811 K PL.UHHK8. JOUVItf GLOVB8. ' LiN8 VELVETS.' BAGDAD WRAPS. PAKE B IA Is K E T S. WOOLLEN SATIN'S. GOROBOU8 PLAIDS. ZODAVB JACKETS. GARKIAOB 8 Ii A W L 8. NOBILITY VELOURS. NEW SHAWL SUIT 8. A R 1 8 T O O K AT I O 8ILE8. SOUTHKRLAND PLAIDS. SERVICEABLE POPLIN 8. LADY FRANKLIN JACKETS. P. &-10.000 YARDS SPLENDID FRENCH CHINTZES. ' N. B. Our b to etc of Fine Blankets, Extra Qnlta and Damask Goods, and general ataple stock la ao preevdented; 9 19 mws rptf NOTTINGHAM LACE FOR CURTAINS Just opened, cases of new patterns, and yery cheap goods. t I CRINOLINE SKIRT LINING. A case of plain and barred, white, slate and black, 4-4 and E-4, at a low price. 7-4 AND 8-4 FRENCH MU8LIN. Just opened, several large lota of superior quality, from tbe. to f l as a yard, better than usual for the price. NEW THREAD LACE COLLARS. An unusually large assortment, among them the new fibape, new very scarce, at low t rices. ALTAR LACES, OK CHURCH LACE. ' With appropriate devices upon them, some of them 80 Inches wide, only so cents a yard, sail to have cost 60 cents to Import. NEW HAMBURG EDO.,' INS., and FLOUNCING. NEW 1M. VALENOIENNKS LICE 3. t NEW 1M. WEOHLIN LACES. - NEW IM. OLCNY LACKS. NSW; BLACK FREHUU and ENGLISH SILK LACES, at ' WOBNK'S - Lace, Embroidery, and White Goods Store, It No. 88 North EIGHTH Street. CHINA, GLASSWARE. ETO. THE BEAUTIFUL IN ART, WEDDING OUTFITS, Etc. KERR'S CHINA HALL, No. 1218 CHEBNUT Street. CLOCXES, CXXXX7A, BB.ONZES, GLASS, USEFUL' FANCY GOODS FOR WED DING PRESENTS. J J it. . How Goods flow Opening LARGE ASSORTMENT AT ALL PRICES. . Wioetrp THE PHILADELPHIA GLUT!! NINTH AND MARKET QTREETO. and open. for the inspec hINANOIAL., MOST DESIRABLE INVESTMENT! LEHIGH VALLEY RAILROAD 7 E'er Cent. Mortgage Sonds. We offer for Bale, at par and accrued Interest, the BEVEN PER CENT. BONDS, Free from all Xaxation, or nn LEHIOI1 VALLEY RAILROAD CO. The Railroad property, which 1b mortgaged for security of the holders of these Bonds, la finished, and has been in toll working order slnoe 14, earn lng and psyufg to its stockholders dividends of ten per cent, per annum regularly upon the full paid-up capital Btock, now amounting to $17,967,850. The Bonds have forty years to run, ARB REGIS TERED and FREE FHOH ALL TAXE3, Interest SEVEN PER CENT. PES ANNUM, payable Sep tember and March. - - For farther particulars, apply to , - r DUKXEL 6b CO., V. As U. BOKIK. W. V, NEWBttLO. BON Si AERTSEN. Philadelphia, August 8, 1870. 8 18 lm JOHNS. RUSHTOli & CO.. BANKERS AND BROKERS. NOVEMBER COUPONS WANTED. City Warrants' BOUGHT AND SOLD. " ,. , No. 60 South THIRD Street, 886( . PHILADELPHIA. '. gLLIOTT Dunn BANKERS Ho. 109 BOUTH THIRD BTBKKV, DEALERS IN ALL GOVERNMENT SECURI TIES, GOLD BILLS, OTC , DRAW BILLS OF EXCHANGE AND ISSUB COHMERCIAL LETTERS OF CREDIT OS TXLB UNION BANK OF LONDON. 1B8UB TRAVELLERS' LETT ESS OF CREDIT ON LONDON AMD PARIS, available Uuxraghout Korope. Will colled all Coupons and Interest free of oaarga for paxUes making their flnamilal ftrrangementa WltatUL . itsl T 'AST ORE A T (SALE j or CLIFTON BUILDING LOTS, f , ON MONDAY, Oct. 17, 1870, AT t-30 o'clock, on the premises, 1 ' Some of the kest lots of the entire plan. Terms of Sale: 110 CASH on each lot when Bold, nd 10 MONTIILY, untU paid ; or, half cash, balance In one year. In terest on all deferred psj mema, or all cash. Deeds free Of expense to nurchasers. ' A i'ltEE EXCURSION TRAIN will leave the West Chester Depot (Thirty-first and rhesnut streets) at o'clock precisely, on the day of sale, and convey grown persons (Luies and gentlemen) to and from the sale FlttiS. 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SI BOOK 811 BOOKSMf SURPLUS STOCK. A large lot of Cloth Book at SO CENTS each. This Is good reading matter. . and only Bold to make room for holiday stock. 1 'IU . i t . . ' ' ' f TURNER A CO., , . ''i - - No. 608 CHE3NUT Street. .., . i .. -i Do look over Turner's 60 cent counter, . i lit M SHOEMAKER A CO, NO. 1084 CnEJJNUr bireet, will open TUESDAY, Oct. 18, a lifUdsoiue assortment of Children's Clothing, latest Iieuch aud Lonlon styles. Also, a handsome as sortment of Latlies' Wrappers, Ladies' Merluo Walsta, Ladies', ldisses', and Children's tiulu, choice mjkia. Will ahu display a beautiful assortment of In'auu' and C'hl'.eirtn's French Hhd's t '. Ju. SimKHAKER A an, 10 18H 8" N. 1 V'iij.M4 pupeU & 80.