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THE ONLY TRUE PURGATIVES.
DR. RADWAY* S REGULATING PILLS.
«* I -would rather have one box of i)r. Radway* a
Filin than all other pills in the world. Tfcey aTe
billß.that cure. When you take a dose of these
Sills; you can depend upon the expulsion of the
leeased humors from the system: the Liver,
Bow*ls, Stomach, Kidneys, System, Skin, and
Blood are acted upon and the howels, after an
operation induced by Radway’? Pills, are left as
•lean and healthy as the stomach would be alter a
dose of lobelia. No straining, .weakness, or
wrenching pains, or piles or. tenesmns, but a
thorough and natural evacuation is the result.
This is c the. testimony of one of the moßt distin
guished physicians in the world. Neier .wvra
- truer 'words uttered. ‘ ‘Radway’s Pills are pills
that cure.” The sufferer of Liver Oomplaipt, pys
<i pepsia. Constipation, Biiiousnees, Costiveness,
J Jaundice, Dropsy, Ac., may rely upon a«> abso
lute cure, hy the use of one to six boxes. It is not
secessary to take these pills for months or years to
accomplish a cure. They should be used in all
•ages where a cathartic is require d.
Br. Rad way* • Medicines are sold hy Druggists
everywhere. RADWAY A CO.,
'T%? 87 Maiden Lane, New York.
itetm steinway * sons ’
ff§ 11» pianos, rnrrv
SQUARE, UPRIGHT AND GRANDS.
'"■OST CELEBRATED AND POPULAR, AT.T.
OVER THE WORLD, AT~
-gjgg— BLASITJSBReS., oj&3jgm
If M ll* 10J8 Chestnut street. I f | , Tfl
DR. STEPHEN SWEET. OP CON
NECTICUT. The great natural bone setter.
v OF THE AGE IN PIANOS.
MEYER*S Improved Overstrung Pianos, ac
knowledged by Ike leading artists, and endorsed
by tbe Musical public, to be the finest Pianos in
Tbe attention of tbe Musical public is called to
these recent great improvements in Piano Fortes.
Bt a hew method of construction, the greatest
possible volume of tone has been obtained, without
any of the 1 sweetness and [brilliancy for which
these Pianos ars' so celebrated, being lost, and
which, with an Improved Touch and Action ren
der them Unequaled. ;
These Instruments received the prizt Medal at
the World’s Fair, held in London,' as well as the
Highest' Awards over all competitors, from the
first Fairs and Institutes in this Country. Ware
rooms, 722 “Arch street below Eighth, Pnilada. - -
LEHIGH LOCUBT MOUNTAIN AND
MLJLCX Hhath, WHITS'ASH Coal, carefully
•sleeted'aim prepared for family use, iree from
klU* and dust, delivered promptly and warranted
M give foil f satisfaction, at prices as’ low as tbe
lowest for a good article. Lmp Ccai, for fonnd
fiMes, and Crbbtkut Coal for steam purposes, at
Wholesale prices. v An assortment of Hickory,
9AX and Pm Wood, kept constantly on hand.
Also, an exoellent article of Blacksmith’s Coax,
delivered free ofcartfng to any part of tbe city. A
Bilal of this coal will secure your custom. Send
wool ordersto THOMAS, E. CAHILL,
OMces, 32S Walnnt street. 1
■ Lombard and Twenty-fifth street
North Pennsylvania Railroad and Master sirsst.
R»tna street wharf, Schuylkill.
_THE COLD SPRING ICE COMPANY.
USces and Depots as above.
.Wagons run In all the payed limits of the Oon-
BOlldated Olty and in the Tyreiity-fonrth Ward.
0 I if that their Manufactory of First-Class
-Plano Fortes is now in full operation. The general
■atisiaction their many Pianos, sold already, meet
With, by competent judges, enables them to assert
•onfidently that their Piano Fertes, are not sur
passed by any manufactured in the United States.
They respectfully invite the musical public to call
and examine their instruments, atjhe Salesßoom,
No. 46 North Third street. Full guarantee given,
and prices moderate.
DTE' HAIR DYEII! HAIR
»KBIII—BATCHELOR’S celebrated HAIR
SIS it t\t tat in the World. The only Hormlett,
inn and BtHailt Dye known. This splendid Hair
*J 4 Is perfect—changes Red, Rusty or Grey Hair,
Xajantly to a Slcxiy 'Black or Natural Proton, wlth -
an* injuring the Hair or Staining the skin, leaving
Iks hair soft and beautiful; impartsfresh vitality,
inguantly restoring its pristine color, and rectifies
t*» ill effects of bad Dyes. The genuine is signed
WILtTH a. Batskhlok, all others are mere im
itations, and should be avoided. Sold by all Drug
gists, *O. FACTORY—BI BARCLAY street, N.
X. Batchelor’s New Tollot Cream for dressing
STEOK & CfO.’ S
M AS O N
JT ,J. E. GOT
, FEBRUARY J&IBS4.
REBEL VIEWS OE THE NEXT PRESIDENTIAL
The Richmond Examiner , of the 25th
nlt.y pretends to take a calmly philosophi-
cal view of the' next election for President
. of the United States, and simulates indiffer
ence as to the result of that election. Yet,
in spite of all the apparent coolness of the
writer, his hopes and fears Start plainly
forth when he admits that any change in
the administration of the 4 Federal. Gov/m
-will benefit the rebels. It will help
,h to have a Copperheador. lukewarm
tration at Washington, and it will'
l*phel prospects if President Lincoln
he re-elected! : There can he no question
hut that efery ardenir-rebel feels like this
Bichmond, journalist; They know per
fectly well that the Copperheads are the
only Northern people who will submit to an
imbecile and degrading compromise with
treason, and they are aware,that through the
efforts of President Lincoln in the White
House, and our Generals in the field, their
power Over the deluded and oppressed
masses of the South is rapidly fading away.
Their late Conscription act, wifh its blood
hounds and press-gangs, has been like a
last feather on the burdened backs of their
■victims,, who were previously moneyless,
suffering from want of food, and who have
j yielded up holocausts of their kindred on
the bloody battle-field, at the imperious 4e
inand of their tyrants at Richmond. No
where can the leaders of the rebellion look
for aid—for .JEurope is'indifferent to their
fate—save from the Northern Copperheads!
Will the of the loyal States assist
such men among us in propping the sinking
cause of sedition and anarchy, or will; they
end ; the glorious work of restoring the
Union by re-electing Abraham Lincoln ?
ANOTHEB BORDER ALARM.
- " A report in a New York paper says that
Imboden’s rebel cavalry have crossed the
/ Potomac into Maryland and are threaten
mg a raid into Pennsylvania. If true, we
are not sure that good may not accrue to
the Union cause, though some individuals
.' may The people of some of the bor
der counties want storing up. They need
to be convinced once more of the necessity
«f keeping up local military
1: for Belf-defenc9t The people of the yhole
State need .arousing, and the spirit of volun
teering needs a stimulus. "We are not sure
-■that a rebel raid into- Pennsylvania will not
do more towards filling np onr quota of
troops than anything else. But we caution
- our readers against accepting the New York
rumor a‘s true until.it is officially confirmed.
There have been so many false stories, set
afloat lately by stock speculators, that we
must not believe "any new ones without"
something "to corroborate th,em.
- SENATOR HARRY WHITE.
The letter of Major Harry W&itQ, re
signing his seat in the Senate of Pennsyl
vania, which has just been made public, is
one to gladden the heart of every loyal man,
and make every : Copperhead blush for
shame. Though written in a loathsome
prison at the rebel capital, amid circum
stances to make the stoutest spirit fail, its
tone is hearty, loyal," patriotic and brave,
and Major White shows that he knows hy
instinct who are the enemies of the country
in the Senate hall of his native State. The
letter was penned some time before the
period for the assembling'of the Senate, hut
the writer, even then,felt that if loyal,
• legislation was embarrassed, it would he by
the. Copperheads. He'adds a few words to
the generous people of his district, and
says : '‘Be kind enough to convey to my
brother Senators assurances of respect and
esteem. Tell them ‘though cast down -I
am not disipayed;’ though" in bonds, I am
full of hope. Tell, them my prayer and
trust is, no word or deed may go out of the
counsels of your Senate ‘to weaken the arm,
for mitke faint the heart’ of those brave
soldiers, of the Union, who are hearing in
the field to a sure and triumphant success
the greatest struggle' of history. 1^
~ The people of/Pennsylvania are now to
he congratulated on thp speedy organization
of the Senate, Tit accordance with their
expressed will. The writ for an election in
the Twinty-first District has beefl sent to
of. the cbunties included, and a
loyal man will he chosen to fill the place
Major White would have so ably
filled had pot the “friends” of the opposition
detained him in Libby Prison. Neither the
rebels por the peace Democracy have taken
much, even polijacally, hy their proceedings
against a loyal and legal organization of
the Senate, while they have, brought , upon
their heads the indignant scorn of all honest
The unanimity with which the veterans
of the Union service are re-enlisting, must
be disheartening in the extreme to the
traitors and their sympathizing friends. In
the majority of the regiments there is
scarcely a dissenting voice, while mothers
the heroes have marched in unbroken line
to the recruiting officer, and re-affirmed
their devotiori to the Union. While in the
North the ambition of the soldiers is to re
main in the service, in the South their most
exalted aspiration appears to be to get out
of it. Now and then we hear of some mise
rable individual, clothed in the United
States uniform, proving recreant to his obli
gation and deserting his colors; but we have
yet to record the departure of a Union sol
dier from his regiment to unite his fortunes
■ with those of ..the hand of half-starved
traitors, who form the Southern army.
One of the principal-reasons why this dif
ference exists is. the fact that our military
organizations, almost without exception,
are composed of men who enlisted of their
own free-will, and who were neither forced
into the ranks by military power, nor com
pelled to shoulder the musket or wield the
sabre,hy the force of surrounding circum
The men who have re-enlisted are accus
tomed to privations and hardships, and do
not heed the passing shell, as it ploughs
the earth in its onward progress to destruc
tion, or the unerring bullet, as it speeds its
ivay to the breast of a beloved comrade.
They have passed through scenes of san
guinary strife unequalled in the history of
the country, and they have borne the ex
posure and suffering incident to an extended
campaign, without complaint. The rebel
journals teem with descriptive accounts of
the manner in which! their soldiers have
endured the : want of clothing and food.
Fortunately, our own heroes have not been
called upon often thus to evince their devo
tion to the cause for which they arofighting;
but bare feet and empty-stomachs have oc
casionally, before the necessary supplies
could- reach them, been the rcsblts of pro
longed and protractetfmarchcs. One instance
is recorded where the 50th Pennsylvania
Regiment, after an __ arduous campaign of
hard marching and hard fighting, returned
to their post without overcoats, blankets,
or tents, and so deficient in covering for
their feet that raw hides were iSSHed, to
enable them to make moccasins to supply
the temporary absence Of shoes. And yet
these men, almost without exception, re
enlisted for three .years, from the expiration
of their present term, or “during the war.”
With such an array of facts —facts which
will be made more manifest when the .fur
loughs have expired, and the recruited're
giments return to the field, it is not sur
prising that the rebel army should be dis
gusted and disheartened, und that they,'
should," even as is rumored,’: desire to have
the provisions of the Aninesiy Proclamation
extended to their leaders.
Beownson’s Quarterly Review, for Janu
ary, 1864, is a number that will .commend’ that
periodical to the support of all loyal men. ; It
has ceased to be a merely religious magazine,
for most of its articles are of a political ’cha
racter. Mr. Brownson has suffered from his
devotion to the Union cause, and Union men
should strive to make up his losses to him.
The loyal leagues everywhere should sustain
him. The articles In the January number are
written with great ability. Mr, T.' B. Pugh,
whose advertisement will bo found In an
other column, is the Philadelphia agent for the
Review, - i ’..
fHS DAILY 'EY ENIN® BULLETIN. s. - PHILaDELPM !•*, ■ FEBRUARY 2,
Me. Wolysohw will give liis second.classical
solifee M the Foyer of the Academy of Mnsic to
morrow e vening. The programme in el udes a
sonata for viojin and piano, by Mendelssohn} a
.sonata for piano and clarionet, by Weber; a qmn
teti for wind instruments by Beethoven, and a
fantasia on Faust , by Mr.' Wolfsohn, which he
plays for the first time. Such an attractive bill
will be sure to HU the hall,'
The German Oeera Company, will re-open
our Academy of Music next Wednesday evening.
A new basso, Mr. Hermanns, has joined them,
and has made a great hit in New York. In addi
tion to other operas, they have. Wagner’s Tann
fcatfser, which has been played by tnem to crowded
houses in New York. It will be produced by
them for the first time in Philadelphia.
ORPHANS* COURT AND EXECUTORS* PE
REMPTORY SALES REAL ESTATE, next
week. - •
Thomas A Sons’ sale on Tuesday,,9th inst., com*
prises' two superior Chester county Farms aud
valuable city property, to be sold peremptorily.
See advertisements Auction head.
YOU HAVE PROMISED YOUR CARTE DE
VISITE, and you have always neglected to
have it taken. Go s to BEIMER S, SECOND
street, aboye Green, and get a beautiful, Life-like
SARDINE OPENERS AND SHEARS of
several patterns, Champagne Openers and a
variety of Corkscrews, are for sale by TRUMAN
& SHAW, No. 835 (Eight Thiity-flve) Market
street, below Ninth.
A PICTURE GALLERY !-THE LIFE-SIZE
PHOTOGRAPHS, in oil colors, executed bv
B. F. REIMER, 624 ARCH street, are attracting
the attention of all great connoisseurs in art.
Broad and Hand Axes, Braces and Hitts,
Chisels and Gouges, and a general assortment of
Tools, for sale Yet TRUMAN & SHAW’S, No 335
(Eight Thirty-flye) Market street, below Ninth.
OF PICTURE FUR
LADIES!—Yon cannot think how-charraino
yon would look taken in inimitable I V‘"'RY T YP e’
atß. F. REIMER’S Gallery, 624 AR.Ofct street. ’
<£ TAJ >EWARD—LOST. —A Brown Setter Bitch;
fiJjLVNnme and address on collar. The above
reward will be paid for her return at BID < KST
NUT street. ; fe2-lt*
1 bale American Crash, l l cents.
1 bale American Crash, 14 cents.
1 bale American Crash, 15 cents.
2 bales Russian Crash, 16 cents. ;
. 1 bale Russia Crash, (8 cents.'
fIIURWEN STODDART & BROTHER,
Nos. 450, 452. and 454 North Second street,
Balmoral skirts, 32 00. :
Balmoral Skirts, $2 25.
Balmoral Skirts, 32 50.
/Balmoral Skirts, j*3 00.
Skirts, S 3 SO.
Balmoral St irts, 34 00;
With superior grades at low prices.
CURWEN STODDART & BROTHER,
Nos. 450, 452 and 454 North Second street,
_£o2-3t above Willow
uRMS. WORMS. WORaiS. WORMs.
NISKEY’s Worm Powders;- Vegetable: sore
cure. RIDGE and GIRARD Avenues Price 25c.
Bethlehem buckwheat meal.—a
fresh invoice just received and the last for this
semon. JORDAN * BRiTHERS,
U* 209 North Third street
For SALE—The STOCK AND FIXTURES
oi n Licensed Hotel, 5i 6 South FOURTH
MARSHAL’ S SALE.—By virtue of-a writ of
sale, by the Hon. JOHN OADWALADER,
Judge of the District Court of the United States in
and for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, in
Admiralty, tome directed! 'syill be.sbld’at Public
Sale, to the highest and best bidder, ‘ fbr cash, at
MICHENER’S Store, No. Hi: North FRONT
Street, on MONDAT, February 15th, ISW, at 12
o’clock M., J 27 bales of Cotton, part of the cargo
oftimsteamer Chatham, i
„ WILLIAM MILLWARD,
, u. S. Marshal E. D. of Pennsylvania.
Philadelphia, Feb. 1, IS&4.
GOfc REWARD—LOST—An Opal ■BttEiST
0W PIN. The above Reward will be paid if
remrned to 36 North FRONT street. fcl-3trp*
FOR SALE—The Stock of a RETAIL HARD
WARE STORE, located m the central part of
the city, doing a cash business. For particulars
address A. D., Bulletin Office. . fet-3trp*
KEAL BLACK lace POINT ES AND
Square Shawls—GEORGE W. VOGEL.
No. HUG CHESTNUT street, has now open his
new importation of Real Black Lace Pointes and
Shawls. The assortment i& unusually large and
handsome. Parties requiring a Reat Point* or
Shawl will find it to their advantage to examine
this stock and ascei tain the prices they can be pur
(.'based lor by dealing directly with an Importer of Ihe
rrHICK FRENCH BREAKFAST' SETS
J GEO. W- VOGEL, No. 1016 CHESTNUT
Etreet, has jnst received from his Agent, m Paris,
a case ol Thick French. Breakfast Se’p, Collars and
Sleeves, comprising all the latest novelties in new
shaped Collars and new shaped Sleeves. jt3i)-6t*
LOST. —In aWalnut streetcar, or in Fift*»e:Uh
street,between Waluiu and Sprace, about two
or three o’clock, on "Wednesday- afternoon, a
Pf CKET BOOK, containing a sum of mousy-, in
new notes, a sold piece, and some small chines.
A reward will be rivt-n for the pocket book and
contents, or for the pocket book and gold piece, if
left at26o South FIFTEENTH street, or at the
Evehixg Bulletin Office.
BAKER’S ORNAMENTAL HAIR MANU
FACTORY.—The largest and best assortment
ot Wigs, Toupes, Long Hair Brands, Curls,
Frizettes. JJlxsive Seams, for ladies, at prices
lower than elsewhere, 'at 909 CHESTNUT
street - jal.l-lmrp*
ISAAC NATHANS,’ > AUCTIONEER and
MONEY BROKER, N. E. corner of THIRD
and SPRUCE streets, only one square b--1 ow the
Exchange. , NATHANS’S Principal Office, es
tablished for the last forty years. Money to Loan,
iH large or small amounts, at the lowest rates, on
Diamonds, Silver Plate,’ Watches, Jewelrv,Cloth
ing, and goods of every description. Office hours
from 8 A. M. till 7 P. M deiti-ttrp
ICELAND MOSS OR LICHEN PASTE, AND
MARSHMALLOW DROPS-Excellent Con
fections for Coughs, Colds.and Sore Throat. STE
PHEN F. WHITMAN, manufacturer. No. 1210
Market Street. . ' - js23-2Strp
PURE PALM-OIL SOAP.-=-Tius .Soap is made
ol pure fresh Palm Oil, and Is entirely a vege
table Soap; more snitable for Toilet use than those
made frem animal fats. In boxes el one dozen
cakes for SI 50 per box. ’ Manufactured bv ”
' GEO; M. ELKINTON A §ON,
Ne. 116 Margaretta street, between Front and
Second, above CaiiowhiH street. . dey7-iyrp(b.-
Q HARVEY THOMAS, - I
No. 312 WALNUT Street,
Stocks and Loans bought and sold oiTcommissiou!
• at the Board of Brokers.
. Subscriptions received to U. S. 5-20 LOAN,-at
>ar> ' ia*)-hurpS
H°£p SK ; mT „ Manufactory. -Hoop
Skirts ready-made and made to order- war
ranted of the best materials. Also, Skirts renairod
. ■ - MRS. E. BAYLEy!
jal6-lmQ street above Eighth.
George j. bGyd.
STOOE-S EXCHANGE BROKER.
„ > No. 18’South Third street
Stocks and Loans bought and sold on Commie
lion, at the Board of Brokers. . commia-
Government Securities, -Specie and Unonrrent
Bair* aold -
Musical boxes, in handsome oases
playing from two to twelve choice melodies'
ror sale by FARR A BROTHER; Importlra ‘
05 No 344 Chestnut Street, below ’ -
"DAPER AND ENVELOPES— — ~—:
For ISfS by The be ? t . and '®^ ea P e#t ' in City.
' . - DUXBURY A GLENN,
./Merchants, Bankers, LaWyws^MfAta.^^ffl - -
cers, and aU ethers, should call before purchnskm
elsewhere. .. ’ jaay.fiffg*" 6
FI T L EB, WEAVER A n n
' Manufacturers of 0.,
• MANILLA AND TARRED COKDAGB
_ . Oobdb, TWiMB, Ao., .
No. S 3 North Water street and No. 22 North Dais
’ ■ ware-avenue, Philadelphia. - 1
EDWIh.H. Fitlek. Mioham W»i.v
. • R Couead F. ChOTHisn. r
SOAP-FUEE FAMILY SOAP.
no SILICATE OF SODA, SAND Or OLAY
entirely PURE SOAP, and shduld hi
nsed by every family. v®
Pet bp in BOXES OF FIFTY’POUNDS, full
weight, when packed and marked Fifty PoundY
not Bars or Lumps, as many manufacturers brand
their boxes. Manufactured by * PcancL
del, fit®? 110 * 1 M - ELKINTON a son,
del7-Iy rpQ 116 Margarettastreet.
MR. BENJAMIN THACKARi
IS THIS DAY ADMITTED A
PARTNER IN OUR FIRM,
AND WILL CONTINUE THE' MANUFAC
TURE AND SALE /
Gas Fixtures and Lamps,
UNDER THE FIRM NAME OF
WARNER, MISKEY- & MERRILL.
No. 402 RACE STREET.
No. 718 CHESTNUT STREET, and
No. 579 BROADWAY, New York.
Philadelphia, February 1,18 G-1
The undersigned,after twenty years’ experience
with the house of Cornelius & Baker, respectfully;
the confidence and patronage of hisjriends
and the public. /
Th* firm with which he is this dayjassociated,
is too we.l known, to need any testimonial from
him; Gu; he is warranted in statinsr, that they
have perfrcted such their manu
factory and salerooms, as will enable tuem to fur
nish goods of the best styles and quality and.on
the most favorable teims.
BENJAMIN *THACKARA. *
PHU-sisELriHA, Feb. 1, IS&t. le2 tuths-12t}
RARE CHANCES FOR INVEST
Store 26 SoulliEighth St. ab. Chestnut,
Farm 21 Acies, West Philad’a,
The STORE-26 South EIGHTH Street, with lot
24 b> 54 lu ibc rear, is otfered for sale.
TbU property is on ihe best bnAnesVside of
Eighth street, near Chestnut, contains about £«*)
square feet, with a convenient .outlet bnlfayne
street, is the largest eingtajot in tue Square and
well adapted to economical and profitable im
21 ACHES LAND,
Uu Forty-ninth, FifUetlO«iitket, Arch, Ram and
Hnvcrford streets, West Ph-jadelphia, having a
large body of BRICK CLAY with Passenger
Kailroad on Market and Haverford s.reets, is of
lered FOR SALE m sections or together.
J. OGDEN OUTHBERT,
. ' BaddonfleldPost Office, N.J.,orto
fe-2-3t» £8 South Eiehth Street. e
A HIGH PREMIUM PAID FOR ANY COU
FEB. 19th, APRIL Ist, MAY Ist
SMITH & RANDOLPH,
16 SOUTH THIRD STREET.
BESSON & SON,
No. 918 Chestnut Street,
Have opened a New Stock of the.
best Makes of GLOSSY and DOLL
SILKS, from $1 25 to $4 371-2 a
H.P. & C. K.TAYLOR,
Importers and Manufacturers of
TOILET SOAPS AND PERFUMERY,
jaS-lm* 641 Nortil Ninth Street.^
donee, 1 acre of land, Beverly, New Jersey
•api'ly io 2H THOMAS * SONS,
lHO'and 14 1 Smith Fourth street.
FRuni -I7SW CHESTNUT
SiJLTX street, a small BLACK and T.\N DOG.
It returned, the finder will be liberally re
tfJHt VALUABLE WEST- PHILADELPHIA
EiIiPKOPEKTY FOB SALE —The large tliree
stury double dwelling, sitna e on the north side of
Spruce street, too feet east of Fortieth or Till
street, eontaiug large parlor, reception and dining
rooms, connected by folding doors, seven chambers
library and hall rooms', .store room, b.ith rorm’
nursery, two kitchens, with stationary wa-h tubs’
gas and water in every story, replete with every
modern convenience. The building is heated bv
( hiben's cone-shaped furnace, ventilating renster
in all the rooms. The ground is 100 feet bv ITS to
a .back street, is beautifully laid out, and con
tains a great variety of ornamental shade and' fruit
trees. For terms, apply at 127 South THIRD
gtreet - ja3o-3t-rps
- ----- W A T-O HK S ! WAT O H F i
WATCHES!—goo fine GOLD, and
A A SILVER WATCHES, by the most ap.
W v? proved makers, for sale at one-half the
usual prices at the Broker’s, corner of THIRD
GASKII.L streets,.below 1 Lombard ja2S-imrp
W watvhV-s F^tohes,
JrVWAIL.HEb.—New and Second-hand
w ATi iHES for sale at the Broker’s Office, corner
of THIKD and QASKILT, streets, i ~ jaas.°mrp
ytfW. MONEY!—To any amount LOANET>
W-9 9 JONES k CO. 'S old esteMUffiec?T ’ at
Office, _ corner THIRD andGASKlLDstelefa 1
Office home from 7A. M. to7P. M. jaas-lmrp
nets made over.
££&,' . GOL O AND SILVKK WATOHES, OF
gjk™*, 0 ™! 1 importation, reliable ln onkutv
®BSR and at low prices.
K nt,? O t? R PT HEB ’ importersyr
t«4 CheBtnnt street, below Fonrqi.
Supporters under Medical p£tronale ifadies £ld
tSmßand^irfviil'irf^K (t ? avoid counterfeits), thirty
iSSIB on^thr? 5 T 7 llited States OopywrigM
JLAoeis on tnejjox and signatures also on the Sup
porters with Tffsttraonials. rtnth
BilEI) APPLES AND PEACHES SQO bags
Apples and Peaches, thfc\formur very hand
some. Just’received and«tm sale by JOS. -B.
BVSSIEK & C<?., 103 (ffld frOSWb Wharves.
FANCY DRESS SILKS, 56.
FANCY DRESS SILKS, 62 1-2.
FANCY' DRESS SILKS, 75.
FANCY DRESS SILKS, 87 1-2.
■We have lots as above -which are arranged to
close out rapidly. v
CUBWEN STODDABT & BROTHER,
450, 452 and 45i NORTH SECOND STREET
f *= a -«5 Above Willow.
Brownson’s Qaarteily Review,
FOE JANUARY, 1864.
Devoted to PHILOSOPHY, SCIENCE _ POT.T.
TICS, LITERATURE-, and .die general interests
of Civilization. This is the Firat ofthl.
National Series. Price 83 00 per annum: Sub
scriptions received by -
E- W. corner SIXTH and CHESTNUT Sts.,
fe2-lt6 Agent for Philadelphia.
THE LAST DAYS
Monastery Madonna dell’ Saiso,
ACADEMY OF FINE ARTS,
CHESTNUT STREET ABOVE IOT H.
jaso-atfl ' .
1864. SPRING .1864.
GLIN ECHO MILLS,
Manufacturer*. Importers and Whole
- sale Dealers
OIL CLOTHS, Ac.
Warehouse, 509 Chestnut st,.
Opposite Independence Hall.
M’CALLUM &, 00.
Beg leave to inform the phblic that they hav
leased the old established Carpet Store,'
No. 519 CHESTNUT STREET,
Opposite Independence Hall,
A RETAIL DEPARTMENT,
Where they are now opening
A NEW STOCK,
IMPORTED AND AMERICAN CARPETS,
Embracing the choicest pattornsof ’ ■
AXMINSTER, ITAPESTRY CAR-
RiilaL WlLTOff; | PETS,
VELVET, I BRUSSELS CARPETS
Together with a full assortment of everything"
pertain! to Car pet Bnsinegs, _ ja3o-tfs
WINES AND LIQUORS,
LAIJMAN, BALLADE t C 0„
KO. 12f SOUTH NINTH STBKST,
EBTWHSS CHBETKUT AlfD ’WAiatn,
&■ M. iAtiaL&N, A. M. SAXJLADB,
J. I). BITTING-.
A - \
WEIGHT & SIDHATJ.
No. 119 Market Street. *
v. -j, c .gui i>tSC«UU *UoetS.
W. WKIWUT. ?. E. BIDDALL.
DHT physicians, and
CENTER AX. STOREKEEPERS
Cud flud at our establishment a foil as
sortment of Imported and Domestic. Drugs,
popular Patent Hedicmes, Paints, Coal
Oil, Window Glass, Prescription Vials,
etc. , at as low prices as genuine ilr*t class
goods can be sold.
FIN E ESSENTIAL OILS
for Confectioners, in full variety, and of
the best quality. t
Cqehineal, Bengal Indigo, Madder, Pet.
Asb, Cudbear, Soda Ash, Alum, Oil oi
Yitriql, Annatto. ;
Copperas, Extract of logwood, Ac., FOS
DYERS' use, always on band at lowial
aetcash prices. o.
y SULPHITE OF T.TTVni!,
for keeping cider sweet; a perfectly barn
lesaUtreparation; put up, with full direc
aonsior nse v Ln packages, com&iulna: suf
ficient for one barrel. . *
Orders by. mail, or 1 city post, - will meat
with prompt artwttlon, or special quota
tions will be funrnAied when requested.
__WRIGHT A SIDDALL,
_ , , .Wholesale Drug Warehouse,
No. U 9 Market street aboye Ftou
OO.H LITER OIL—THE
ST.h«t? TA sH?- E . I> OF EXCELLENCE—The
onaersigni'd, having an experience of fifteen years
in the facture of Cod Liver Oil, has recently, at a
large cost, greatly improved the process of pro
?i nru Jv *?’ ? nd nowoffers to the public a prepara
tion that for undeviating purity, uniform fresh
ness and superiority of preparation is unmatched.
These resiiltsiire maintained by the personal
snperyision'of the proprietor, whose efforts have
at once.made thisOll the standard of excellence.
Physicians and others looking to the attainment
of the, greatest medicinal efficacy in the shortest
time, apdthereby obviating indigestion and naasea c
in the patient, can'secure their purpose by the ad
minlstlation of my Oil. J - ■ ;
/ CHARLES W. NOLEN,
_ . J No. 154 North Third street.
Soldi also by Messrs. JOHN WYETH &
BROTHER, Apothecaries; at their store, No. 1413
Walnut street, above Broad, and by Druggists
The Co-partnership existing between. JOHN O.
BAKER and OHARLESW. NOLEN, under the
Arm name of JOHN O. BAKER & 00., was
dissolved on the 6th of July, 1863, the business
being continned bv ther .undersigned at the old
stand, No. 134 North THIRD street.
del7.th,sa,tn,3mft CHARLES W. NOLEN.
Markingwith indelible ink, em«
BROIDERINa, Braiding, Stamping, Aa.
HI. A. TORREY, *
1- & "
Fourth and Arch lr
ARE OPENING FOR SPRING-’SALES 18M^
De Percales and. iChintzes,
68 Pieces Feney Silks,
100 do Good Black Silks,
Fire Plaid Silks, j
Ordered . Poult do Soies,
Shawls New Styles, ’ '
Best Gloves Only,
ATWOOD, RAJ.STON 4 CO,,
MANUFACTURERS AND WHOLESALE
- CAKFHTING-g, '
Oil Cloths, ' ]
i Mattings, Arc., Ate.
\ ' f ]
WarfliOHse, 619 Chestnut Street,/
, 616 ,layne Street. fahl-3xfi^4
By'.he Yard or piece/"kt Lo-®eat Market Prices-
11*4 Wide Feperell Sheetings. . (
10-4' Wide. Peperell Sheetings. \_
9-4 W:de Peperell Sheetings. )'
5-4 v jrtc Heavy Brown Muslins. / '
9-8 TJnbie>iciieG of every make. ' \
4-4 . co do do.
7-8 and % do do do.
BLEAGE ED MUSLINS.
IQ-4 and 9-4 Peperell Sheetings. „ i
6-4 and 5-4 in ail the good makes. / ;
42 and 4n inch Pillow Muslins. /.
4-'4 WilliamsTiUes, New York Mills, &c., &cJ
F&npels lor "Winter and Spring Wear. J
Bed, White, Grey Twilled Flannel
Drills and Linings for Ladies* and TMIot/b *
Towels and Toweiings—low priced and me
Dinner Napkins, Damasks, Diapers, &x 7 '
J. N. .Richardson’s Sons Erontinc
Linens from 62 cts. to SI
Prices 84 50, 85, #6;50, 87,50, 88, 89, 811, 81
815 ana 819, inclutfing_eYery desirable kind by %
single pair or quantity.
G£EY bLaN&ETS from 84 00 to $6 00.
Fine Fancy Caseimeres for best custom.
Black L’oesains and Coseimeres.
Goods adaptedespecially to Boys’ Wear.
Black broad Cioths of superior makes.
Ladies’ Cloakings o^BVßßYdesc^
v loasingß or* c.*
Our Mock of tb e above, in variety, extent
and. cheapness, is pi obably unsurpassed by any,
UP STAIRS DEPARTMENT,
Second-Story Front Boom devoted! to Cloaks and'
Shawls;—We are closirg out Winter Garments to
make room for spring Stoek. We still have a
fair assortment and buyers will De repaid by a
visit. We continue to take orders for Uloaks.
Boys’ Clothing Rooms
IN SECOND STORY BACK BUILDING
'Jackets an.t Pants-dt Fancy Cassimeres.
Jack* ts and Pants ‘sW-'st Point Cadet.”
Jackets and Pants mide to order.
Overcoats ot every size at reduced prices.
"We call attention to the quality and style of this
stock, believing it to be Stkictly FIRST-CLASS^
e- ’ ’ i
Ken’s Clothing made to order.
CI'OPER & CGNARDj
S, E. rnri e Ninth and Majket^Sts,
ja22-fr sjuttn rp 6t,\
M.H MiUINEItV HUMS.
i*. a. uaudT.no & CU,
Respectfully inform the mercantile community
tuat they will open,
No. 413 Arch streel,
A COMPLETE STOCiE OF
Suited to tte trade,and trust tha’prqmpt and care—
ful attention, moderation in prices, good assort
ment, together witn their long experience in bu
shes*, (having been lor, the last seven years with*
the home of Lincoln, Wood A Nichols, and their
late successors. Wood Cary,) they may merit*,
stare of the public patronage.;
«r Orders solicited by mail and promptly: exe
COUGHS, COLDS, CONSUMPTION.
COUGHS, COLDS, CONSUMPTION.
COUGHS, COLDS, CONSUMPTION.
tit, C^h. S i, OOL1)S ’ ( CONSUMPTION. ,
DR. SWAYNE S COMPOUND SYRUP WILDt?
. DR. SWAYNE’S COMPOUND SYRUP WILD*
CHERRY, s * '
DR. SWAYNE’S.COMPOUND SYRUP WILD*
„ • - CHERRY,
DR. SWAYNE’S COMPOUND SYRUP WILD'
’ DR. SWAYNE’S COMPOUND SYRUP WILD*
CUBES ALL COMPLAINTS
CURES ALL COMPLAINTS
CURES ALL COMPLAINTS
, CURES ALL COMPLAINTS "
CUKES ALL COMPLAINTS •
OF THE THROAT, BREAST AND LUNGS*
OF THE THROAT, BREAST AND LUNGS?
OF THE THROAT, BREAST AND LUNGS
OF THE THROAT, BREAST AND-LUNGS..
OF THE THROAT, BREAST AND UUNGs!
A trial of many years has proved to the world. 1
that itnis remedy is more efflcacions v than any
hitherto known te, mankind. jYr Bronchitis,Sor<*-'
Throat, Asthma, it is-a sovereign remedy. .For '
the weak and debilitated, it acts as a strengthening •
alterative. Prepared only bv
„ DR- SWAYNE & SON, .
_ ... 330 North Sixth street, Philadelphia,
cold by dealers everywhere. ja36-tu,th, sa-ly--