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SONG OF TH3 "FIRST OF AJtKANSAS.’U
The foHowing' song was written by Captain
Lindlev Miller, of the Ist Arkansas Qolored
Regiment. Captain Miller says tho “boys”
sine "the song on dress parade with an effect
which can hardlv be described, and he adds
that « while it is not very conservative, it will
do to fight with.” Captain Miller Js. a son of
the late ex-Senator Miller, of New Jersey. -
Oh! we’re de bully soldiers of de •• First of Ark
■We a're.Tghtin’ for de Onion, we are fightin’ for
yre can Ait’a rebel fnrder dan a white man eber
As -we go TDarcam? on.
Glory, glazy, hallelujah, &c.
See dar! above de centre, where de flag is wavin’
ire ar”goin> ont of slavery; we, arc bound for
freedom’s light; • _ _ .
We mean to show Jeff. Davis how de Africans
■ can fight,
, As we go marching on.
We hah done wid hoein’ cotton, we hah dons wid
We are colored Yankee soldiers now, as snre a 3
yon are born;
When de Maseas hear ns yellin’ dey’ll tink its
As we go marching on.
Dey will hah to pay ns wages, de wages ob their
Bey will bab to bow their foreheads to their colored
i kith and kin, ■ ' .
Bey will bab to gib ns house-room, or de roof shall
' Ab we go marching on.
Ife heird d® proclamation, massa hush it as he
He bird il 'elng it to us, hoppin on de cotton hill,
And de"pbssum up de gum tree he conldn’t keep
it still, '
As be went climbing dfl.
Bey said, “Now colored bredren, yon shall be
forever free, • ...
Prom de first of January, eighteen hundred sixty
We heardM in de Tiber goin’ rnshin’ to de sea,
As it went sounding on.
FatheT Abraham has spoken, and de message has
Be prfson* doo’rs he opened, and ont de pris’ nera
To sable army of de “African descent,”
. As we go marching on.
Den fall in, colored bredren, you’d better doit
Bon’t yuu’hear de drum a heatin’ de Yankee Doo
dle tune? .
We are wid yon now dis momin’, weyl he far
away at noon.
As we go marching on.
THE WAR FOR THE UNION
CONFIRMATION OF THE REPOSTED ESCAPE
OF UNION OFFICERS FROM LIBBY PBI
Fortress Moneoe, Feh 15. —I have received a
telegram under date of February 14th, from Gen.
Wifetar, which states that Colonel Streight, with
ene hundred and ten other Union officers, escaped
lfom prison, at Richmond, by digging & tunnel.
Colonel Streight, with seventeen others,- have
tome in. Colonel Streight is safe.
(Signed) BENJ. F. BUTLER.
THE ESCAPED RICHMOND PRISONERS.
Fortress Monroe, Feb, 15. — The following is
published in the Richmond Examiner of Monday,
The iollowing is a list of the principal officers
who escaped from Libby Prison, with their rank.
Among them we regret to have to class ths notori*
Col. J. F. Boyd, 20th Army Corps.
Col. W. G. Ely* 18th Conn.
Col. H. G. Hobart, 21st Wis.
Col. P. Kendnek, 3d West Team Cavalry.
Col. W. B. McCreary, 2lst Mich.
Col. Thos. E. Rose, 27th Pa.
Col. J. R. Spoflbrd, 97th K. Y.
Cel. C. W, Felden, 16th Maine.
Col. F. S. West, 24th Wis.
Col. A. D. Streight, 51st Ind.
Col. D. Miles, 79th Fa. * F
Major J. P. ColUns, 29th Ind.
Major G. W. Fitzsimmons, 13th Ind.
Major J. H. Hooper, 15th Mass.
Major B. B. McDonald, 100th Ohio. !
Major A. Van Wetzel, 74th Pa. j
Major J. N. Walker, 73d Ind. !
J. Henry, sth Ohio.
There were besides thirty two Captains and fifty-,
nine Lieutenants, making in all one hundred and
nine who gained their liberty, without the preli
minaries of parole or exchange.
Oi this number four only had been returned to
the prison up to last evening, recaptured.
These were two Captains and two Lieutenants.
Two were overtaken near Hanover CourtKouse,
about twenty miles below Richmond, on the Wil
liamsburg route. BrigadieT-General Heal Dow
did not attempt thepassageof the tunnel, for the
reason that he was afraid his strength would fail
him in his flight to the embrace of ‘ * Butler, the
MB ESCAPED UNION* PRISONERS RECAPTURED.
The Richmond .Examiner of the 12th inat. ,ha» the
The following are the names of those retaken up
to last night:
Col. J. F. Spoflbrd, 97th N. Y.
Capt. J. Yates, 3d Ohio.
Capft G. Stair, lolth N. Y.
Capti R. Frank, 45th N. Y.
Lieut. H. Hinks, 57th-Fenna.
Lieut.,Wm. Dailey, Bth Penna, Cavalry
Lieut. A* B. White, 4th Penna. Cavalry
Lieut. E. Schrodar, 74th Penna. x
. Lieut. W. S. Watson, 21st Wis.
Lieut. F. Moran, 73dN. Y.
Lieut. C. H. Morgan.
Lieut. H. Schwesfer, 82d Illinois.
Lieut. W. B. Pearce, 11th Ely. Cavalry.
' Lieut. A. Moore, 4th Ky.
P. S. Edmonds, 67th Penna^
Second Lieut. P. H. White, 83d Penna.
Second Lieut. J. W. Wasson, 40th Ohio.
Second Lieut. S. P. Gamble, 63d Penna.
Second Lieut. G. S. Ford, 84th Penna.
Second Lieut. S. P, Brown, !sthU. S. C.
Adjutant M. R. Small,-Sixth Maryland.
Isaac Johnson, Engineer steamer Satelito.
The following list of officers are reported as hav
ing arrived at Williamsburg:
Colonel McCreary, 21st Michigan.
Lieut.. Col. Hobart, 21st Wisconsin.
Captain Wallock, 51st Indiana.
Lieu ten ant Harris, 9th Ohio.
Sixteen other officers have also arrived at Wil
liamsburg, but their notreportedyet.
fjtfr cavalry are scouting the country to the
Chickahominy and the gunboats have gone up the
James river and Chickahominy to give protection
to such as can be found. '•*
gen. SMITH’S GREAT CAVALRY EX
Gaibo, Feb. 15.—General W. Long Smith’s
Cavalry Expedition left'Memphis on the 11th inst.,
direction of Colliersville.
The entire line of the Memphis and Charleston
Jtauroaa was evacuated by our forces on the 13th,
b ? en keld for the past six months merely
start 111 * 15 S avalry Expedition in getting a
neral Sherman considers that the holding and
garrisoning of the road has been a source of weak-
SffuL. 1 U6 ‘, He does not favor the. guarding of
rmiroads unless they are of vital importance.
s : Wild 'Roy was stink on the Ist inst.
niiles off of Jacksonport, on the White
i~/ er * She was laden with Government stores
la*o. onr „ at Batesville. A pertionofthe
a'H C Q Tr B The boat was valued at 515,000.
-iS;; ■ ovall s Bluff Railroad prohibits the trans-
F Private pronerty for the present.
frnm e sT faiD K r H dy Irauklin passed here to-day,
SSrtcSton? ' CinC^ n?jti ’ witU » earl y- 8 “ u
n V -. FROM CAIRO.
•naBtmi e »r.Br Sa ' tw Ooolbaugh, formerly
Meiir'nn ?i, Ble^tle! ’ EOQ S and now ia the
del^^ho\ e J T ‘ ce l? rriTedllcre to-day as bearer of
ingHra ClleS Irom tde Juarez Government to Wasli
ne?Me^He 3 wi nst ;’ Madison < of the 2d Ten
tbronph ih« T h Artillery (colored), was allot
below PnreJo! 0111^ 1 by a cltlzen > a short distance
weriTaXeVS 1 ” 1 ' 5 .! Ky ; Six citizens of the vicinity
■SJStalhoUhe“ hosta * esfor ttld
Va». c AEKY of t HE frontier.
«omman S riit, Ark ’ 1 February 15. 001. PhilliDs,
re™w ß . tb * «Peditioa to the Indian Tcrri-
Thayer that he ha 3 driven
severe Si? 'fhf'y. out of that region, and in
and haa cISt„ISS kil 'ed nearly a hundred rebels,
men. GeneralOu l t°is < L? apt^11 and twent y-five
vonirS“ B lea ves here .to-morrow.
FonTunas SS s I2? T #? ss MONROE. ■'
S. BBEau)tUn| a b ri v b ed b tn a ,i ry 15 ;— TQo Steamer
N- 0., with abonfft f e v d .‘° da y- *om Beaufort,
the,recent raid on purred during
qniet in that department atreS" Th ey report all
Union officers arrived t to-dnv P nn S “.’i. ttlme - Two
mail boat, having effected thlir York town
Libby prjeon s They report that dh® f rom the
mostly officers, had escaped frorn uS\ 0 thirty,
.lustbefore they,cane away. None r.l ,? e P ris °n
' been heard from. -none of them have
The ironiclad ram Atlanta arrived
morning from Philadelphia. U here this
. THE CHESAPEAKE PIRACY CASE
S., Feb 15.—1 n the Provincial
Admiralty Court here to-day, the Hon. J.idJl
Stewart gave a final' decision in the Chesaneatm
piracy case. The vessel and cargo are to be re
stored to the original owners, on payment of all*
pioptr costs and charges.
v- FROM WASHINGTON.
Washington', Feb. ts.—Tbe uonse Military
Committee had up to.day the bill to raise the sol
dier*’ pay. The propositions ranged from sixte n
to twenty* lour dollars per month. Thebill wil
be at o; ce. prepared and reported to the House.
The Commitue. resolved to repot t against giving
mimary storekeepers any rank.
The case of Yaliandighara ez parti was decided
inthe toupreme Court of the United Stages todiv._
The petition* r asked that the writ of certiorari be
direettd to the Judge Advocate-General forare
vir ion of the proceedings of the Military Comm s-
Mon which nied him, the jurisdiction of which
wasdenied as extending to the case of a civilian,
the object being to have the sentence aunultedon
the ground of illegality. The Judge Advocate-
General, Col. Holt, had responded in a written ar-
thattbe;Court might, .withas mucU-pro
prieiy, be called upon to restrain by injunctioathe
proceedings of Congress, as to revise the certiorari
and re verse the proceedings of the military autaor
il v in lime of war. in the punishment: of all miu--.
■ taiy offences, according to . the usages of all civil*
izrd nations, and the power given by the Coastitn
iion and laws of the United states for the common
defenceai.d public safety. _ • .. * _
Justice Wayne to-day delivered the opinion of
lie Court,relusir g the writ on thegroundthateyen
if the arrest, trial and punishment of Vallandig
hem weie illegal, there is no authority in the
courts to grant relief in this mode, and that there is
no law by which any appeal or proceedings in the
nature of an appeal from a military commission to
lbe Supreme Court can be taken.
Tfce Navy Department has received the follow
ing detpatcb: ,
JS’ew’i*ortNews, Feb. 14. Hon, Gideon Wtlles %
t tertiary of the Navy; The Fequot has arrived and
briDgs a report of the destruction of four blockade
running steamers; viz: The Neetfield, on Febru
ary 4th, by the Sassaca*; the Dee, on February
sib, by the Cambridge, and the Emily and Fanny
and Jenny, on the lUtb, by the Florida,
(Signed) S. F. Lee,
The Neetfield is an iron paddle-wheel s'eamer
of about four hundred tons. She is anew, fine
and powerful boat, and sailed from London in
December laet, with pork, biscuit, &c.
The Dee is a double-6crew iron steamer, bnil *
especially for the Southern trade, at London. She
if a new vessel of light draft, and said to have
been tery fast, making eighteen to twenty miles
Thu Fanny and Jenny is the old prize Sciotia,
captured in October, IS6I, and condemned and
sold to outside parties, not being considered fit
for naval service. Her name was changed to
General Eanks, and she was taken to Halifax,
and sailed from therein July, 1863, to engage in
blockade running, under the name of Fanny and
The Emily is a new screw steamer, built in
London, last laU. She is a handsome boat of
about five hundred tons burden.
Captain Allan Ramsay,of the United States Ma
rine Corps, a son of Commodore William Ramsay,
United States Navy, died at the headquarters of
tbe Marine Corps, at eleven o’clock this morning.
Captain Ramsay was on the Richmond during all
her fights on the Mississippi, before and after the
running of the forts, and was recommended for
three brevets. His disease was confluent small
pox. He had been in fifteen engagements during
The bill reported from the Committee of Ways
and Means to-day authorizes the entry for con
sumption, until June next, of any goods which
have been in bonded warehouse more than one
year, and which are required, by the present law,
to be exported. The bill also correct? an error of
the tariff act of IS62* so that registered vessels in
the coasting trade may be placed on ths same foot
ing, in respect to tonnage duty, as enrolled ves
The Board of Examiners for officers of colored
troops have examined 1460 applicants, of which
number 685 have been rejected.
MEETING OF THE FRIENDS OF DICKINSON
A meeting of the fiiends of this institution was
held last evening, in the Union Methodist Epis
copal Church, Fourth street, below Arch. Mr
Jonn Whiteman was appointed Chairman, and
Dr. Murphy acted as Secretary.
Rev. Mr. Pattenoa opened the meeting with
prayer. • Rer. Dr. Johnson, of Dickinson College,
then addressed the audience. . He stated that the
principal objection to many, was th* distance the
College was located, but this, when well consid
ered, could not be looked on aa a serious objection.
The importance of the education of the youth of
the church was alluded to in urgent terms, and It
was stated that unless the Methodist Church
looked alter her interests in this respect, ths
welfare of the sect would' be impaired. He felt
that the present was the proper time to raise the
funds necessary for its endowment. He stated
that if the people of Philadelphia would contri
bute liberally in connection with those in other
sections of the State, the necessary sum would be
realised. One hundred thousand dollars was the
sum stated to be required for the object named. A
circular had been addressed to the Churches in
which it was stated that SIOO, 000 should be raised.
It is the opportune moment and the crisis; and
we have ground of encouragement. Several gen
tlemen are already pledged to 55,000 each. Philadel
phia Conference ought to raise S 50,000; and, if the
city will take the lead, and promptly give half
that sum. wc are assured that the whole sum can
be comparative ease. The motives to
this effort are such as should command our liveli
est interest and our ready Our nu
merical strength lays on us obligations to the coun
try ann to the Utaurch of Christ in general, which
we cannot meet but by the more general and tho
rough education of our youth. Our vital interests
as a denomination, also,are equally involved. We
; cannot otherwise maintain onr prosperity at
home or carry our own enterprises abroad!
with success. Dickinsor is one of the eldest col
leges in.the country, and it has character and re
putation both at home and abroad, which Tanks it
among the first. It is, for the Meihcdist Church,
the centre and hope of education for all the broad
region of country, from the seaboard to the Alle
ghenn s, and irom tbe border of New York State to
the centre of Virginia. Endow the College as it
should be and we make it a controlling power in
the land, which will elevnte and give character to
the Church, and bless the world more than words
During the evening addresses were made by
Rev. Dr. Johnson, of Dickinton College; Rev. A.
Attwood; Mr. Wright, of Lewistown; Mr. T. T.
Maxon, and others.
It was finally agreed to submit the whole subject
ton Committee, who were directed to confer with
Dr. Johnson relative to the best plan of carrying
out the objects of jhe meeting. After the transac
tion of other matters of minor importance the meet
A CONSTITUTIONAL ELECTION IN N. YORK.
Albany, Feb. 15. —The Governor to-day signed
the bill perfecting his amendment to the Constitu
tion, which enables soldiers to vote, and appeinting
the seci nd Tuesday in. March for submitting the
question, to the people. .
Death of A Diver.— Felix Giraud, a diver,
was drowned at St. Louis, on /Wednesday, in
the following manner: Ho was-an expe
rienced submarine operator, and had been em
ployed during the last nine months by Captain
Smith, of the Memphis Packet Company, and
during that time had made a great number of
descents. He made one more descent on Tues
day at the wreck of -the Moderator; lecently
sunk liy the ice, for the purpose of getting a
chain nnder that wreck. On Wednesday,about
ten o’clock in the morning, he donned the
usual suit of submarine armor, which encom
passes the entire body about, and descended on
the outside of the vessel, in about twenty feet
of water. Giraud remained underneath the
surface of the river so long—some twenty
minutes—that the attendants became first puz
zled and then alarmed at the absence of all
signals from below, and pulled him up. Giraud
was dead. The head-piece of the armor was
instantly taken off, and disclosed the face
blackened, and blood issuing from the nose and
ears, all betokening suffocation.
It is supposed that the unfortunate diverhad
stumbled off the ladder by which he was de
scending—-no weights being attached to his
feet, although there should have been—and
that his position became immediately reversed,
his head being downwards, and that then he
was instantly suffocated by the foul air, which
• Mubder in Coluhbia. —The peaceful bo
rough of Columbia was the scene of a horrible
murder oh Friday night. The victim was a
young man twenty-one years of age, son of
Mr. Isaac Hogendobler, who during the even
ing attended a dance at the tavern of Lawrence
onnth, near the rolHbg mill. While there he
became engaged in a quarrel with another man;
whose name is not known, concerning a girl.
This was quieted, however, and the.stranger
and girl lelt the dance together. Soon after
their departure Hogendobler followed them,
and just as he had overtaken them the stranger
turned and discharged apistol, the ball enter
ing his abdomen. - He lingered uutii five
o’clock the next morning, when he died. The
murderer made his escape.
CWHSALE—3O(I Tons Key West Stone, ex snip
For terms appjy to PETEta
WEIGHT A SONS. 115 Walnut Street
fHB DAILY SViiKINS BULLETIN fcm.L.
r^ 1 .- - l—O'l —F- ilflA’S-SL, AKXA
jSgH&Sgg tJEHTR’AI. RAILROAD.,••
i'TTii.AjThL Pl] I A TO PITTSBURGH; ,
350 ■MII.ES UOURT.E TRAOK!_ - ,
V THE SHORT ROUTE TO THE WEST..
Trains leave the Depot at Eleventh and Market
streets, as follows: _ „ -
JVlailTainat....... . 5?* a ** 4 at *
Fast Line at
Throtiph Express ir " " . i. -
Paijtshiug Train a. .. —' S™ ~
Harrisburg: AccL,UTnodatioQ at... -.30
Lancaster Train at.. ................... a.ou
The TJtrongli Exp. -ssTrain runs daily—-all tUB'
other traius daily except Sunday. ■
FOB PITTSBURGH AND THE WEST. .
The Mail Train, Fast Line and Through Ex,
press connect at Pittsburgh with througb trains on
all the- that point, North to
the Labes, West to the Mretissippi and Missouri
Rivers, ard. South end Southwest to all points
INDIANA UR AN OHRAILROAD;'
The Through Express connects at Blairsvillo
Intersection with a train on this Road for Blairs-
Tille, Indiana, ice.
EBENSBURO AND CRESSON BRANCH
The Through Express Train connects at . Ores
son at 10.45 A. M., with a train ’no this road for
Ebensbnrg. A train also leaves Oresson for Ebens
burgatB.4s P. M.
HOLLIDAYSBURG BRANCH RAILROAD.
The Mail-Train and Through Express connect
at Altoona with trains for HolUdayebnrg at 7.55
P. M. andB.4o A. M.
TYRONE AND CLEARFIELD BRANCH
The through Express Train connects at Tyrone
with Trains for Sandy Ridge, Philipsbnrg, Pori
Matilda, Miieebum and Bellefonte. -
HUNTINGDON “AND BROAD TOP RAIL
The Through Exnresa Tram connects at Hun
tingdon witn a train for Hopewell and Blood;
Eon at 6.56 A. SI. .
NORTHERN CENTRAL JPHII,A.DEt.
Foe Sonbuby. Williahbpobt, Look Havub
and all points on the Philadelphia and Erie K- 11 ,
and Elmiba. Rochester, Buppalo and Niaoaka
Falls. Passengers taking the Mail Train at 8.00
A. M., and the Through Express at 10:30 p. M.,
go directly through -without change or cais between
Philadelphia and Williamsport.
For YORK, HANOVER and GETTYSBURG
the trains leaving 8.00 A. M., and 2.30 P. M., con
nect at Columbia with trains on the North Central
The Mail Trains and Through Express conneo
at Harrisburg with trains for Carlisle, Chambers
burg and Hagerstown.
WAYNESBURG BRANCH RAILROAD.
The Trains leaving at 800 A M. and 336
P. M.’r connect at Downingto wn with Trains on
this road for Waynesbnrg and all intermediate
Passengers for Westchester taking the trains
leaving at 800 A- M., 100 and 400 P. M., go
directly through without change of cam.
For further information, apply at the Passenger
Station, S. E. corner of Eleventh and Market
streets. JAMES COWDEN,
An Emigrant Accommodation Train leaves No
137 Dock street daily, (Sundays excepted,) at4.OC
For full Information, apply to
FRANCIS FUNK, Emigrant Agent,
No. 137 Dock street.
By this route freights of all description can be
forwarded to and from any point on the Railroads
of Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin,
lowa, or Missouri, by railroad direct, or to any
port on the navigable rivers of the West, by steam,
ers from Pittsburgh.
For freight contracts or shipping directions, ap
ply to S. B. KINGSTON, Jr., Philadelphia.
jan# General Superintendent, Altoona, Pa.
837Onne WEST CHESTER ANL
jfM, tIBPfMaPHILADELPHIA. VIA THE
PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL RAILROAD—
Passengers for West Chester leave the Depot, cor
ner of ,ELEVENTH and MARKET street*, and
go through without change of cars.
Leave at 8.00 A. EL, arrive at West Chester
8.50 A. SL
Leave-at LOO P. M., arrive at West CJheitsi
Leave-at4,OOP. M-, airi-re West Chester let
... FROM WEST CHESTER
Leave at 6. 50 A. U>, arrive West Phlladelphl*
8.35 A. M.
Leave at 10.45 A. M., arrive West PhUadelnhU
Leave at 3.50 P. M., arrive wen Philadelnhls
taop. M. 1
Passengers for Western point* from Wee,
Chester, connect at the Intersection with the Man-
Tram at p. 17 A. M., the Harrisburg Aceommods
tiin at 3.55 P. M., and the Lancaster Train ai
6.25 P. EL „
Freights delivered at the Depot, comer THIR
TEENTH and MARKET streets, previous to
11.30 P.M., will be forwarded by the Accom
modation Train, and reach West Chester at3.ee
For tickets and further Information, apply to
JAMES COWDEN, Ticket Agent,
jaS-tf Eleventh and Market streets.
ISORttXIC tbo4. RE-UPENED. I&C4
EuNGTON AND BALTIMORE RAILROAD.
FREIGHTS WESTWARD VIA. BALTIMORE
AND OHIO ROUTE
RECEIVING DEPOT, BROAD STREET.
Through. Freight faculties between Philadelphia
ad the western States, have been folly resumed
by the above route, at lowest rates.
QUICK TRANSIT BY FAST FREIGHT
trains without change of cars to the Ohio river.
This route Is now considered entirely safe from
Injury by rebel raids, in proof of which the Balti
more and Ohio Railroad Company guarantee
owners against lose or damage by military seizure,
whilst in transit on the line of that road.
We Have no hesitation therefore in respectfully
iking the confidence and patronage of shippers.
For further Information, apply to
COLHOUN A OOWTOW,
General Freight Agents.
JOHN S. WILSON, Agents,
Office, Sixth street, above Chestnut
PKTL Auelphta, January e, ISC3 an7.tß
KENTUCKY TOBACCO—Dark heavy Ken
tucky Tobacco, enttable for Shipping, instore
and for sale by GEORGE ALKINS, 10 and 12
South Delaware avenue jaio
Pennsylvania seed leaf tobacco.
—ll4 Oases Pennsylvania Seed Leaf Tobacco,
Wrappers and Fillers, and Old Cavendish for sale
byGEOBGK ALKIN’S, 10 and 12 South Dela
ware Avenue. ja29
VIEGINIA MANUFACTURED TOBACOO
THE FIRST ARRIVAL S.INCE THE WAB
BROKE OUT—3S boxes superior sweet lump*
fust received from Norfolk, now lauding from
schooner Florence, and for sale by
THOMAS WEBSTER, Jr.,
General Agent Union Steamship Company,
14 North nelawara avanuft-
CARPE* 1 ™ 3 ’ OIL CLOT
. HALL and
All at the lowest cash prices,
R. L. K 1
BOLDIE2S' COMPANION.JSTTEEY SMOKERS
Tlie most complete present, a Father, Mother,
Brother, Slßter or Friend; can make, to their rela
tive in the army.
THE RIDGWOOD PIPE AND TOBACCO CASE
The cheapest, most useiul, compact and conve
nient article eyer manufactured. Call and lnsnec
4G. A* W-RIG-HT, Appointed sole Agents,
624. Chestnut street.
The trade supplied at the Company’s prices: fall
fsaount All Awed .
INDIA RUBBER MACHINE BELTING
STEAM PACKING, HOSE, *e.
Engineers and dealers will.find a FULL AS
SORTMENT OF GOODYEAR’S PATENT
VULCANIZED RUBBER BELTING, PACK
ING, HOSE, Ac., at. the Manufacturer's Head
. . ! .308 Chestnut street,.
' ■ I Soutlvirfde.
N. B: We hays a NEW and CHEAP ARTICLE
Of GARDEN and PAVEMENT HOSE, very
cheap* to which the. attention of the public Is
rrtHE PHILADELPHIA RIDING SCHOOL,
JL FOURTH Street, above Vine, will re-open tefl
o«Sr and Winter season on MONDAY, Sept.
and gentlemen desiring to acquire 8
this accomplishment will
SSS facility atthis school, - The horses arc
trained, so that the most timid need
not fear. Saddle horses trained in the best man
•a?/.* »x£S«-• 0 horses and, vehicles to hire
Also carriages for funerals; to cars, steamboats* Ac
-«* 6 ? . . ... xnoa ORAIGB * gOST
TR A V PILING GUIDE.
PHLA AND ERIE RAILROADS.
CUMBERLAND VALLEY RAILROAD,
TOBACCO AND SEGARS.
atospat, 'nmmßi-,16 .is**,
CITY FIRE INSURANCE GO!Vit?ANV
NEW HA.VEH, CONN.
BRANCH OFFICE IN THIS CITY,
No. 409 Walnut Stree f .
CASE CAPITAL & ASSETS, $330,500
JOSEPH TILLINGHIST, Agent. .'
Phiiadelphia, Feb "nary 6tb, 1861. '
We, the undersigned, take pbasurein recom
mending the CITi FI BE IHSUKANCE UQM
PANT of Mew Haven, Connec'ieuc. to ihe citi
zens of > hiladelphla, with t e FULLasaarance
that ail transactions with this Company will be
eminently satisfactory to the assured.,
B. O. Scranton, Pres.. Elm -City Bang, New
A. T. Lowe, Pres. Safety Fund Bant, Boston,
Maes. • _
M.Day Kimball,Pres. &tla» Bank. Boston, Mass.
James M. Beebe & Co.. Boston, Mass.
Faulkner, Kimball & Co.. Boston. Mass."
Hosrer Bartlett, Tfeas. Massachusetts Mills.
Low. 11, Mess.
William Dwight, Treas. Saco jai'ls, Saco, Me
George Buss x Co , Hew York Uty.
WUlimantic Linen Co , New York City.
L'ngstreet, Bradford & Co i New York City.
J. B. Lipplncott A Co., Philadelphia.
H. F. &.W. P. Smith, Philadelphia. fes.l2ts
COTTONS AT RETAIL
We call the attention of Housekeepers to the
LARGBBT STOCK OF COTTON GOODS
Having purchased largely of these goods at the
COMPARATIVELY LOW PBIOES
of last month, we can extend to onr customers su
perior inducements, not only In the character of
onr assortment, hat
Among onr extensive line of Cottons, are to he
4onndthe following popular makes of
4-4 Bleached Shirtings.
temper Ideur, Attawaugan,
New Jersey, Phoenix, Ac.
Pillow Cate and Sheeting's,
We offer the following leading makes :
40inch Bartaleu, 6-4 Pepperill,
42 Inch Waltham, 10-4 Pepperill,
5-4 Bates, 10-4 Bates,
5-4 Boot W, extra heavy, and other makes;
9-4,10-4 and 11-4 UNB t-EACHED SHEETINGS
We can fnrolsh these goods in all sizes and qua
lities. We have several lots la LOW-PRICED
GOODS that are FAR BELOW PRESENT
IMPORATION PRICE, and are also prepared tc
furnish, in large quantities, the well-known
Lancaster, Manchester and Honey-
Comb Quilts, .
In 10-4, 11-4 and 12-4 sizes.
LINEN SHEETINGS, Si widths.
TOW ELS, “from iSitnST per daz.
NAPKINtS all Linen, SI SI.
Arntly Damask, Power Loom and other stand
ard makes of
Persons about purchasing Linen Goods -would
do well to examine car stock We Inrite compart*
son. Mo trouble to shots our goods.
COWPERTHWAIT & Co.,
N. W corner Fighth and Market Sts.
jaHth sa tutjyl
EDWARD P. KELLY
612 CHESTNUT ST.
r I. ATE
THIRD STREET AB. WALNUT,
Keeps constantly cn band a large assortment t>l
NEW and STAPLE GOODS,
Warm Sack and Business Coats
FOR SALE AT
TEBMS GASH—Prices lower than other Cus
TO LET—Up Stairs of 012 and 614 Ohestnnt st.
Materials for Mince Pies,
Bunch, Layer and Sultana Baisias,
Citron, Currants and Spices,
Cider, Wines, &o.
ALBERT C. ROBERTS,
DEALER IN FINE GROCERIES,
Corner Eleventh_and Vine Streets,
'HS> AND ÜBUa-
s, for sale by
.NIGHT A SON.
>O7 flboatTlTit street
limueuse Assortment of
Oil Paintings, First Class Engraving,v
PORTRAIT* ANB PIOTtjRE FRAMES,
Offioers and Soldiers, visiting- the city on Fur
AND OTHER MILITARY EQUIPMENTS are
e ** nßiVe Manufacturing Es-
GEO. W, BIMONS & BRO.i
SANSOM STREET hav.t.,
Bansom -Street, above Sixth.
Mace' so -order at tne • shortest notice, - which ioi
richness and magnificence challenge compeutlon
no other bouse In the country combining th. M A.
NUFaOTURING JEWELER, WITH THI
PRAOTIOAL SWORD MAKER. - febB-lmf
1024: CHESTNUT BT.
E. 23. NEEDLES s
Offers at Low Prices a large, ass ortment ol
VEILS AJ4D WHITE GOODS
Suited to the season, and of the latests tylea»
A large rariety of
Of the most recent designs, and other
goods suitable for party purposes. J
1034* OHEBTNUT ST.
ever offered at retail in. this city.
Hotue-Fxunrishing Linen Goods.
PHOTOGRAPH FRAMES, '
PIER TABLEST&C., ,
James S, Earle 4 S«n s
GEO, N. & SON,
STOCK BROKE BS, •
Wo, 23.8 Walmit Street.
geo. N. HARVEY has this day taken into
partnership his eoaMILTON L. HABVEY The
hustoess wtU hereaiter be cpnductedby GEO. N
HAKiEYASON. J ■ v
GEO. N. HARVEY.
MILTON L. HARYEY.
STOCKS AND SECURITIES
BOUGHT AND SOjLD. •
ON COMMISSION. ; ;
DE HAVEN & BRO.,
: 20 SOUTH TEIED STEEET.
•fe^ , j.
JHARLES EMORY. ALEX.BENSOK,Jn.
CHARLES EMORY & CO., u
Stock and Exchange Brokers,
No. 15 SOUTH THIRD ST.,
All kinds of nncanent funds and Gold and SI
ver beught and sold, and Collections made.
Particular attention given to the purchase ano
sale of Government, State pad other Stocks anc
Loans on commission. . ja22-3ms
A HIGH PREMIUM PAID FOR ANY COD
FEB. 19th, APRIL Ist, MAT Ist.
SMITH & RANEQLFH,
16 SOUTH THIED STEEET.
P. F. KELLY. B. K. JAMISON.
P-F. KELLY & CO.,
Bankers and Exchange Brokers,
NORTHWEST CORNER OF
THIRD AND CHESTNUT STS.,
ial9- to^ ILAr>ELPHIA * -
U. S. COUPONS,
DUE FSB. 19th,
BOUGHT AT MARKET PRICE OF GOLD.
DE HAVEN & BRO.,
20 SOUTH THIRD ST.
JAY COOKE & GO.
Bankers and Dealers
5 PER CENT. LEGAL TENDERS,
7-SO TREASURY NOTES.
ONE YEAR CERTIFICATES,
CITY ANDSTATE STOCKS,
BANK, RAILROAD, and *
CANAL STOCKS AND BONDS.
Stock. Bought and Sold on Commission:
A fell supply of all kinds of GOVERNMENT
SECURITIES, including the New Five Per Cent.
(Legal Tender) TREASURY NOTES, always on
Collections made and Deposits received.
JAY OOORI & 00.
tfo- 114 South Third Street.
JOBN C. CAPP & SON,
STOCK AND NOTE BROKERS,
No. 23 South Third Street,
Directly opposite the mechanics 1 Bank,
Government Loans, Stocks and Bonds
Bought and Sold on Commission at the Board ol
NOTES AND LOANS NEGOTIATED
ON THE BEST TERMS. fell-3m
U. S. COUPONS,
Dus Feb. 19th.
BOUGHT AT MARKET PRICE OF GOLD.
' DE HAVEN & BEO.,
20 SOUTH THIE.I} ST*
GREEN CORN AND TOMATOES:
Hermetically Sealed by FITHIAN & POGUE, ol
New Jersey, are superior to all others. Their
large and varied stock of
Fresh Fruits,; Vegetables, Jellies,
Sauces, Me ats. Soups, etc.,
In cans, Is offered te the trade at the LowestMar
ketPrices, by their Sole Agents,
.ARCHER & REEVES,
tfo. 45 North Water. St-, and No. .46
North Delaware avenue, . leo -“5
",: STOCKS- r i ■
BOUGHT AND SOLD,
O K CO MM ISSIO N .
SMITH & RANDOLPH,
laiu-imc 16 South Third Street,
gTOOKS BOUGHT AND SOLD ON
OEO, HENDERSON, JR„
jalS-Sm- Nr. SIS3DOOK BTEEETI
€. B. \% DlfeiiT & CO.,
No. 142 South Third Street,
, OPPOSITE THE EXCHANGE,
Dealer:, in Government and State
Quar ermas ere’ Checks and. Vouchers, andOer
tiflcAtes of Indebtedness,
Orders for the purchase and rale of Stocks and
Loans pr orr. pj I y expected. ja3o-Ims
DE HAVEN & BRO*
20 SOUTH THIRD ST,
EXCHANGE ON LONDON,
FOR SALE ’ 3
In Sums to Suit, by
MATTHEW T. MILLER & CO.,
Ho, 45 South Third street.
Bought and Sold os Commission,
Matthew T. Miller A Co.,
®-tfl No. 45 South. Third rt-
■ & No. 16 O X
A • . • v
Jy SOUTH THIRD ST., S
® , *
Quartermasters’ Veuehers and Cheeks,
B ITO-HT ANDSSOLD. ocl
No. 46 South Third Street, PMk.
Government Securities. Specie and Uncarrsss,
Money Bought andSeld,'
Stocks Bought and Sold on Commiulon
Particular attention paid to the negotiation 8}
catv Warrant* Bought. ocS-Siss
SPRING, 1804. SPRING 1864.
EDMUND YARD & Co.,
617 CHESTNUT STREET,
614 JAYNE STREET, PHILADELPHIA.
Have now in store their
SPRING IKPQKTATIC'N OF
Silk and Fancy Dry Goods,
Consisting of DRFSS GOC-DS of all kinds,
Black and Fancy Filks,
Satins, Gloves, Mitts, Ribbon and Dre.s Trim*
White Goods, Linens, Embroideries
A large and handsome assortment of
Spring and Summer Shawls,
OF ALL GRADES,
Which we offer to the trade at Hie lowest prices. -
ja3o-3m§ .. . ■ .
SMITH & JACOBS.
1226 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia!
Money Refunded if not Satisfactory I v
Made ol New York Mills Muslin*. Very Fin*
Irish LtneD Bosoms, only S 3— usuai price S 3 75-
WHllamsvUle Muslin S 3 75, usual prloo S 3 SO.
Very reasonable deduction te wholesale trade.
PHOTOGRAPHERS AHH IrORTTTPIBTS,
912,- 9!4 and 916 . Chestnut Streep
Invite attention to their improved styles of Impe
rial and extra Imperial Photographs, presenting
the iinish of retouched pictures at the cost of plain.
E v sry style of picture furnished from the, Cari#
Visit* to the highlyfinished Ivdrysype.and Oil.
Portrait, with satisfaction guaranteed. -
Particular attention given to copying Old
KfT Fineassortmentdf AlißUiffS constantly ci