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sta ßatchelor' s New Toilet Cream for dressing
ti A.L.BREQHZ LUXES &
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. that their Manufactory of First-Class
iflano Fortes is now lnfull operation. The general
Satisfaction their many Pianos. sold already, meet
vita, by competent judges, enables them to assert
00aZdently that their Piano Fortes are not snr-
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espectfully invite the musical public to call
gsul examine their instruments, at the Sales R oom ,
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ies,aolC amATEI, HITE ASH G OAL , care y
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Imes: for a good article. LUMP COAL for found
.4lla, and CHESTNUT COAL for steam purposes, at
Wholesale prices. An assortment of ELICUKOHT,
Elai and Pula WOOD, kept constantly on hand.
Also, an excellent article of nne.Oinnunit's Clean,
delivered free of carting to any part of the city. A
Satial of this coal will secure your eastern. Send
your orders to THOMAS E. 011 1 41ir.f 4
Moos, =5- Walnut street.
Lombard and Tvrenty-fifth street.
north Pennsylvania Railroad and Master street.
pine street wharf, Schuylkill.
THE COLD SPRING ICE COMPANY.
Mess and Depots as abope.
Wagons run in all the paved limits of the Cop.
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throughout the country, and pronounced by him
and thousands of the best artists in America. TILE
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aae rapidly superseding Melodeons.
For sale in Plni s.delphia, only by S. E. GOULD,
Seventh and Cbestnnt.
ELECTRICITY.—cancer, Goitre, Tumors,
and ail foreign growths, cured by special guaran
tee, at the Electrical institute, WM WALNUT
'Street, Philadelphia. _
TEARS OF SwYMPA.TECY.
there be a class of persons deserving the
sympathy and pity of the sound In health, it is the
poor disabled victim of Scrofulous Ulcers,
Chrome Sores, whose bodies are so disfigured
with eruptive diseases as to forbid their seeking
the society of their friends. To all such a cure 13
provided in Dr. Radway's Cleansing Syrup,
called RADWAY'S RENOVATING RESOLV
ENT. One to six bottles of this Marvelous
Remedy will cure the worst cases. Let those
afflicted with Chronic Sores, Ulcers, Fever Sores,
Sore Heads, Sore Legs, Scrofula, and
all Skin Diseases, use this remedy. In a few
weeks they will be enabled to mingle in society,
cured. Price one dollar . per bottle. Sold by
Dr. Raduray' s Medial:Les are Sold by Druggists
everywhere. DAD WAY k CO.,
Er 7 Maiden Lane, New York.
GENTLEMEN'S HATS.—AII the newest
and best styles for Spring Wear. in. Felt, Silk and
Cassimere, v7ill be found at WARBURTON' S,
No. 430 Chestnut street, next doer to the Post Office.
THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 1864.
THE BED RIVER BATTLES
The misfortune that befel our arms at
Pleasant fill, Louisiana, on the Bth of
April, was retrieved on the following
day. The rebels made a new attack, but
they were repulsed by the 19th army corps,
with heavy loss. It is reported that we
took 2,000 prisoners and twenty guns. This
victory occurred on Saturday, the 9th of
April. Despatches one week later, dated
Grand Ecore, April 16th, say that on that
afternoon General Banks moved forward
with his army towards Shreveport. The
fleet was also moving and was expected to
reach that place on the 18th. The rebels
were, supposed to be able to concentrate
there a force of twenty thousand men, their
artillery amounting to about -seventy-two
guns, Their commander is General Sterling
Price. and under him are Generals Kirby
Smith, ,Dick Taylor, and others. It is quite
probable that we shall hear of, a great bat
tle near Shrevepoit within a day or two.
We trust, however, that General Steele,
with his army from Arkansas, was able to
make a junction with General Banks before
the'conflict occurred. That would give us
numbers superior to those of the enemy,and
would secure us a great as decisive victory.
THE ENEMIES OF. THE REPUBLIC.
They are not the only enemies of the Re
public who are in arms to resist its autho
rity. It is beset with enemies, and some of
them delude themselves with the idea that
they are very good patriots and exemplary
citizens. The Copperhead is an enemy ; an
ilmo - St: open and avowed, and scarcely a
disguised one, and he represents the last
linzering virus of a political condition which
brought forth Franklin Pierce, James. Bu
chanan and Jefferson Davis in consistent
order, and which had its result in the fierce
war made by the South for Slavery, and
nurtured in the North from the force of
habit and the promptings of bitter hatred
of genuine democracy and true republican-
Um by dirt:eating Locofocoism.
The Government official whom either from
corruption, incopetency or carelessness,
neglects the interests of the country in its
hour of need, is its enemy; and whether he
throws away a regiment of men, through
Lis inefficiency, or whether in civil life he
swindles the public treasury through-GF:
contracts, or by wiring at corruption
that thrift may come of it to himself or
others, he is a public enemy.
The merchant of.c..en'sy conscience who!:
EcffrhiS 'steamers or his7 - goods without
,clearly; or caring very
n.trongly, whether :thei-are,intended—for
Jefferson Davis, Or. the. Emperor of China, is
n . public enemy, and he Shoilld IN made to
suffer as such. --
The shoddy contractor-is a publi c e nemy,
and the worst of the vile race. What
does it profit the republic how niftily of- her
gallant sons rush to her rescue if, through
shoddy in 'clothing, shoddy in arms; shoddy
in food and shoddy in ammunition, the arm
rf the soldier is to be paralyzed, just as the
ands of those who attempted to punish the
wickvd Faust were palsied by his Satanic
tempter ! .
The gambler in gold is a public enemy,for
he not only games with the precious metal,
but he makes the credit of the goVernment,
its very financial 'existence in fact, the ob
ject of inevitable damage whenever he fights
the golden “tiger."
The man who sneers at every act of the
administration, who croaks over the war,
its management and its objects, who con
stantly predicts disaster, and who always
fails to appreciate success, is an enemy of
the republic, and, notwithstanding his claim
to be a friend of the Union, he is in reality
a good ally of Jeff. Davis.
The contractor and sub-contractor, who
"grind down the faces of the poor" for the
sake of filling - their own pockets with ill
gained pelf; the extortioner who takes ad
vantage of the public necessities to charge
unreasonable and scandalous prices for the
products of his farm or the contents of his
shelves, are public enemies ; and the jour
neymen mechanics, who at this time . con
spire together to obtain unjust wages, with
out regard to the rights of others—whether
the government or individuals are the suf
ferers—are all the enemies of the republic.
There are many other classes of public
enemies, from the 'out-and-out Copperhead
to the "prudent" patriot who "fixes up''
his Income return so as to satisfy his own
easy conscience, and to yield little or no
revenue to the government. Among these
public enemies are some who never 'uspect
their own •criminality. The extravagance
of the times is a crime agsinst the republic.
We are now importing at the rate of a
hundred nnd fifty millions a year beyond
our exports, and the bulk of these exports
are absolute luxuries which could readily
be dispensed with. These one hundred
and fifty millions of dollars a year must be
paid in sold, and every dollar's worth thus
imported and consumed, aids to put up the
'price•of gold, increase the cost of exchange,
adds to the plethora of paper money, makes
the necessaries of life dearer and dearer,
and both directly and by implication crip
ples and embarrasses the Government.
"The Government loans furnish an ample
channel for the absorption of Government
promises to pay. If the Government would
put on sztlicient - taxes to meet its necessities,
and if the people would invest their spare
capital in these loans, the good of the whole
would be accomplished, and a future finan
-cial revolution, which will perhaps be as
great -as our .present political revolution,
would be averted.
THE SCHITILICTLT, STEAMBOATS.
For many years there was a pleasant line
of steamboath, plying between Fairmount
and Manaynnk. • Although the boati were
both small and slow, they were pleasantly
fitted up and were most liberally patronized„
In summer afternoons they often ran as full
as they could'hold, and extra trips were run
for excursions; so that the enterprise must
have been-very profitable. For two or three
years past, however, this line has been
broken up. It is said that the owner finds
it pay better to charter his little boats to the
government. Last year, it is true, a single
boat was put on the line, but so uncomfor
table and so excessively slow, that probably
few tried her a second time.
Those who have been in theliabit of using
this line would like to know what is to be
done this coming 'season. If the old line is
not to 'be resumed with several boats and
regUlar trips, will not some one have the
enterprise to start a new and better line ?
The cost of these little, stern-wheel boats is
extremely small ; they are managed by two
or three hands ; each boat makes six round
trips a day, often taking enough in one trip
to pay the day's expenses. The ferry-boat
shape will not answer for the Schuylkill.
What is wanted is along, narrow boat,with
a clear upper deck, awning and cushioned
seats. These little boats can be put to
gether in a few weeks. Will not some one
We learn from Harrisburg that Governor
Curtin has gone to Washington to urge the
passage of the House bill for the payment
of the. State militia for their services during
-1F62. The Senate, Military Committee
has reported adversely to the bill, a synopsis
of their report havirig been telegraphed from
Washington. We hope the Governor will
succeed in securing justice to the militia, for
their services were invaluable. They
left their homes at great inconvenience,at
the call of their country, and served out
their time faithfully. We see no reason
why the Government should hesitate to
satisfy their equitable claims.
THE TERCENTENARY ANNIVERSARY OF
- SHAKESPEARE'S BEELTHDAY.
From onr advertising columns our readers
will see that the Germans of our city have un
dertaken to celebrate in an appropriate manner
the Tercentenary Birthday of Shakespeare.
They intend to make the festival interesting to
the German population as well as to the Ame
rican. Al! honor and , praise to the Germans
for thus taking the lead in paying homage to
the world's greatest poet. On Friday, April
22d, Schlegel and Tieck's translation of Hamlet
will be produced at the_ Academy of. Music by
the Anglo-German tragedian, Daniel Band
mann, Esq., assisted by Mme. Methua Scheller
and other distinguished German actors of this
city and different portions of the country, the
,Orchestra, under Carl Sentz's
1 -.lexlm - Miip, furnishing the music. On Saturday
evening, April 2811 the proper anniversary of
Bhoe§peale's birth, the exercises will be es
pecially interesting to Americans, as James E.
Murth.ch,'Esq., will deliver an ode and recite
the speeches of Brutus and Marc Antony over
tha-aead body of Cmsar. Daniel Bandmann
ti itl' deliVeian original oration in German on
Shakespeare, the Germania Orchestra playing
selections, from Mendelssohn, and the Junge
Maamerclidi singing choruses from Fidelio
and Rienzi, the'whole. exercises interspersed
.with representations froin the life and works of
Shakespeare by the German Artists' Club. As
it is understood that the net proceeds of the
celebration are to be contributed to the &ni
tary Commission, no odb can fail to take an in
terest in, or do what lies in his power to favor
PAYMENT OF THE MILITIA
LY EVENING 13TrriTYTIN : PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 1864.
TBF GERMAN f OPERA. COMPANY had a
crowded house at the Chestnut Street Theatre
last . evening, the opera being the ever-at
tractive Faust. It was most admirably per
formed. Mme. Freiderici appears to much
greater advantage in this, theatre than she did
in the Academy, and her representation of
"Marguerite" was particularly good last eve
ning. The audience was most enthusiastic
over the entire pOrformance . . This evening
Der Freyschutz yvill be produced; to-morrow
evening Faust again, and on Saturday, the
Shakespeare tercentenary, the season will close
with The Merry Wives of Windsor.
Miss TERRSACARRENO.—This distinguished
and remarkable young pianist has arrived here
with the artists who are to aid her in her P hiladel
pt concerts, the first of which will take place
till evening at the Musical Fund Hall. She de
serves all the encouragement that extraordinary
genius is entitled to. Mr's. Kenipten is a fine
contralto singer, and an established favorite in
New York. Mrs. Mixcell, Mr. Farley and Mr.
Draper are also very good singers. The con
cert will, we are sure, be a very delightful one.
A GRAND CONCERT will be given in Concert
Hall on Monday evening next, when Miss Laura
Harris, the talented and successful young prima
donna of New York, will make her first appear
ance in Philadelphia. The favorite tenor,
Signor Brignoli, Signor Dragoni, a new bary
tone, Mr. J. M. Pattisthe fine pianist, and
Mr. H. Mollenhaner, thulavorite violinist, will
Yacturso.—The meeting of the Philadelphia
Yacht. Club, last evening at their rooms on
Walnut street, was a very large and spirited
one, and every arrangement was made to insure
the success of the grand Regatta, which will
take place. on Tuesday, the 14th of June. The
Club will charter a large and commodious
steamboat to accompany the yachts, and a fine
band will enliven the scene. Our Philadelphia
Yachtmen will have to keep their eyes open, as
We!are informed that the New York Club have
entered two of the smartest yachts of their fleet
in the coming Regatta; and if they do take
away one or two prizes, it will be only fair
play,as our yachts have frequently beaten them
in the New York Regattas. But we feel confi
dent in assuring the members of the New York
Club that, during their stay here, every cour
tesy will be extended to them by the Philadel
Tux Sarton.—We rejoice to hear of any
thing-to benefit Jack at home or at sea, and
would inform the friends of the sea
men that James E. Murdoch, Esq., has vo
lunteered a reading to-morrow evening at Con
cert Hall. The programme will be found in to
day's paper. It contains some of - his very
choice pieces. The whole proceeds are to go
for the expense of refitting the rooms of the
Sailor's Home on Front street, under charge of
the Pennsylvania Seamen's Friend Society.
SUPEEB PAINT/2111 3 / I .—Messre. Scott & Stew
art will seil on to-morrow and on Saturday
eleven marine views and landscapes, painted
by George B. Atwood, one of the most prom
ising Philadelphia artists. Among them are
several which will add greatly to his fame, and
which have already become the theme of gen
eral admiration. Mr. A., we learn, intends
soon to leave for Europe to study his profes
sion in tke best schools of old-world art.
Tnt DERECTORS of the Spruce and Pine
Streets Railway Company have resolved to
divide their entire receipts on Monday next,
between the Christian and Sanitary Commis
REAL ESTATE SALE.
Ms. FurslLAN' a saleUext Wednesday Includes
valuable store. No. 3'4 MARKET STREET, to be
sold by order of Executors, and two desirable old irre
deematae ground rests, by order of Trustee. Posi
EXTENSIVE SALES VALUABLE BEAL
E , TATZ.—Thomas 1:0 Sofa' lour forthcoming sales,
2atb April. and 3d, 10th an 17th May, will each
compnse an unusually large amount of valuable
property. Part of the handbills for each sale now
Thitr sole next Tuzspex win be one of the largest
this season, comprising some of the most valuable
prcperty, to be sold peremptortly. Handbills ready.
Catalogues on Saturday.
ORTRA ITS.—The pleasing and natural style
of B. F. REIREF,R'S Life-size PHOTO
GRAPHS, in oil colors, and tne fresh, warm and
impressive coloring, cannot be surpassed. 624
PATENT CAM-FACED SPOKESHAVES may
be immediately altered to suit fiat or curved
surfaces. -For sale, with a variety of the usual
sort and an assortment of Tools, by TRUNIELN
SHAW, No. b 35 ;Eight Thirty-Etre) Market street"
BF. REIMER'S beautiful specimens f
. IVORYTYPES give assurance to all ob se '-
Ten of entire satisfaction; natural and graceful i
attitude, and life-like in color and expression. 634'
frOmSTING FORKS AND RACKS, of several
kinos, for - sale by TRUMAN & SKAW,No. &15
(vattit IThirto-flael Market tareet, hAlow Ninth.
GARTES DE VISITE.—BELMER'S styles
evince great ability; accurate, clear, distinct
and pleasing. When you desire any, fail not to
putranize the Popular Gallery, SECOND street,
SILK MANTLES AND CLOTH CLOAKS.—
Richly Trimmed biatitles.
Mantles for Plain People.
Extra heavy Gros Grain Mantles.
Mantles made to order.
' Chesterfields in Silk and Cloth.
French Cloth Cloaks
Short Saco nes of Fancy Moths. •
Summer Shawls, from $3 to $9.
One lot, a bargain, at $3.
Hoop Skirts, of the new small size.
N. B.—We continue to make to order, in our own
superior manner, fine medium and low-priced
GARMENTS, and engage to give satisfaction in
every instance. We claim for our work the merit
of F [HST-CLASS, while our prices are very mo
der, te. COOPER & CONARD,
np2 i-2trp§] S. E. corner Ninth and Market.
3 000 sn'pAertDrsetuullTtlye,e S ci li c a, d e
n e t t,. ALPACAS,
(SURWEN STODDART'. BROTHER,
Nos. 450, 452 and 454 North Second street,
liIRAVELINCi• DRESS C}OUDS, QC desirable
OURWEN . STODDA.Rr & BROTHER,
Nos. 450, 452 and4s4North Second street, •
ai)2l-3t above Willow.
BETHLEHEM O ATMEAL just received.-
Cracked Wheat, Sago. Tapioca, Robinson's
Pat ent Barley, and other Dietetics.
JAMES T. SHINN,
ap2l-3trp] Broad and Spruce.
FAMILY SEWING, .EMBROIDERING,
Quilting, Tucking, jce., beau
tifully executed on the GROPER . do BAKES
SEWING IVIAOHINE: Machines, with oper
ators, by the day or week, 730 CHESTNUT
Air ONUMENTS AND GRAVE STONES.-
21 A large assortment of grave atones of various
designs, made of the flhest Italian and American
marbles, constantly on hand at the Marble Works
of ADAM STEINMETZ, RIDGE AVENUE,
below Eleventh street, Philadelphia. apl6-3mrl)§
SOAP—PURE FAMILY SOAP...—tioNTAINS
'no SILIOATE OF SODA, SAND or . CLAY,
but is an entirely PIJBE SOAP, and should bo
used bravery flimfla m
Put up in BOXE FIFTY POUNDS, M U
weight, when pae d marked Fifty Pounds,
not Bars or Lumps, as many mai/11%4311ms brand
their boxes. Manufactured b '
GEORGE M. ELBINTCN ft El ON,
del7-17rpf 110 Itiargarsttastreet.
SPRING AND SUMMER
DRESS . GOODS.
JOHN F. YOUNG,
Fourth St. Below Arch,
WILL OPEN THIS DAY, a Splendid Line of
SILKS, GRENADINES, LAWNS, POPLINS
and ALPACAS. • ap21.3t4
JAB, R. CAMPBELL & CO.,
727 CHESTNUT ST.,
HAVE MADE EXTENSINE ADDITIONS TO
THEIR POPULAR sroox OP
WHICH THEY CONTINUE TO SELL
At Moderate Prices,
NOTWITHSTANDING- THE ADVANCED
COST OF RECENT IMPOR
Wholesale Booms Up Stairs;
COOPER & CONARD,
H a v e now open an unusually attractive stock of
S. F. corner .Ninth and Market Sts.
apt& win sa 6t4
Consumptive sr:rarer& will receive a valuable
prescript:on for the care of Consumption. Asthma,
Bronchitis, and all Throat and Lung affections , (free of ch arge,) by sending their address to
REV. E A. WILSON,
ap I 6-24 t/swst* Kings county. New York.
Medicinal Cod Liver Oil.
THE STANDARD OF EXOELLENCE—PURE,
KRLSH AND TASTELESS.
The surest remedy for
Coughs and Colds, Consumption,
General Debility, .to.
The undersigned having an experience of fifteen
years in the facture of Cod Liver Oil has reoently
greatly improved the process of procuritg it, and
now offers to the putllc a preparation that for nn.
deviating purity uniform freshness and superior
ity of preparation is unmatched. - .these results
are maintained by the personal superei•ion of the
proprie or, whose efforts have made this 011 the
standard of excellence Phyalcians and others
looking to the attainment of the greatest medicinal
efficacy in the shorted time, and thereby obviating
indigestion and nausea in the patient, can secnie
their purpose by the administration of my Oil.
CHARLES W. NOLEN. •
No. 154 NORTH THIRD STREET.
Sold also by WYETH 1t BROTHER,
No. 141.2 WALNUT Street;
OLIVER, 12th and Spruce; and others. ap9-Imi
AND SPR NG ()WARS.
Garments of our own manufacture,
OP THE LA TEST &PYLES,
J. W. PROCTOR & Co.,
920 CHESTNUT Street.
ap4 to 24,
at the Arch Street House-furnishing Staore,Safes,-
apll Southwest H & PAGE.
corner Sixth and Arch.
GEORGE J. BOYD,
STOOK AND EXOHANGE BROKER,
No. 18 Sou street.
Stocks and Loans bought and th
don. at the Board of Brokers.
Government Securities, Specie and Dnorrrent
money bought and sold. rah2-3mrp§
'SALM bi.a.TIIANS, AUCTIONEER and
MONEY BROKER, Cf. E. corner of THIRD
and SPRUCE streets, only one square below the
Exchange. NATHANS' S Principal Office, es
tablished for the last forty years. Money to Loan,
is large or small amounts, at the lowest rates, on
Diamonds, Silver Plate, Watches, Jewelry, Cloth.
lug, and goods of every descnpUon. Office hours
iTom 8 A. IW. till ^ T. IYI rta2(l.tfrp
DUKE PALM UM SUA.e. —Tins Soap is reads
of pure fresh Palm Oil, and is entirely a vege
:able Soap; 'more suitable for Toilet use than those
made from animal fats. In boxes of one dozen
cakes for 81 50 per box. Manufactured by
G - EO. M. ELKINTON & SON,
Me. 116 Margaretta street, between Front and
Second. ateme Ciallocvntll Street, del7-13frpf
F ITLE WEAVDE.
MANILLA AND TARRED of
al o. 33 North Water street and No. 22 North Dell
ware avenue, Philadelphia.
Ihrnar H. Prriatt. Nlxonahr. WUATRII.
armitAD P. CitAvewrate
hiIARKING- WITH INDELIBLE INK,
in Embroidering, Braiding, Stamping, erc. A
:.Lady competent to mark neatly can find employ
'meat. M. A. TORREY,
I mhl9 - moo Filbert street•
BAZAAR, - NINTH AND SANSO3II
fit 51•• I N SALE of HORSES, CARRIAGES, &c.
On SATURDAY ' NORNING NEXT, ac lo
o' clock, comprising about
Fall descriptions at sale.
New and second.hand Carriages,Light Wagons,
A Conpe Rockaway, by Watson, in good order.
A French Coupe, by Wagner, for pne er two
A Shifting Top Watson Wagon.
Also, single and double Harness, Saddles, Bri
dles, Whips, .Covers, &c.
SKr No postponement on account of weather.
Rai"- Sale of horses, Icc., on WEDNESDAY.
29 -, Annnal Sale Cattle, tcc., 25th May.
• no - Carriages'and Harness at private sale.
ALFRED M. RERKNESS,
tkOLD AND SIL yr.& wATOri-E,S, uD
our own Importation, reliable in quality,
and at low prima.
FARR & BROTHBIi, importers,
394 Obastmit street, below Foam
BOOTS AND SHOES,
CHARLES C. WARREN,
Salesrooms No. 22 Portlandt Street,
NEW YORK, - •
ON FRIDAY, APRIL 22,1864,
AT 10X O'CLOCK,
Five Hundred. Cases
BOOTS AND SHOES,
comprising an attractive assortment of fresh made
Spring and Summer Goods.
Public Sale of Boots and Shoes regularly on
TUESDAYS and FRIDAYS during the entire
yam• slag 34
JOHN O. BAKER & CO'S t
CELEBRATED COD LIVF2B. OIL,
718 MARKET STREET,
Below Eighth, South Side.
Fresh, Pure and Sweet.
Onr Cod Liver Oil is received weekly fresh from
the Fisheries, consequently never wale or rancid.
Patients using this Oil will find gra.t advantage
by obtaining that of known celebrity. Oar brand
of Oil is sold also by Druggists generally.
Joseph Barnet & Co's celebrated Coconino, Ita
liston, Flonmel and Culinary Flavoring Extracts.
For sale by
JOHN C BAKES & CO.,
718 Market street.
Black Alpacas , .
BESSON & SON,
No. 918 Chestnut Street,
Rem AA opened at retail, ILO pieces of
Glossy Mohair Lustres.
37% cents to $l5O a yard.
Have now been before the pnblio far nearly a year.
They axe universally pronounced the neaten and
best fitting collars extant.
The upper edge presents a perfect curve, free
from the angles notlood In all other collars.
The cravat causes no puckers on the ins ide of
the turn-down collar—they are AS SMOOTH IN
SIDE AS OUTSIDE--and therefore perfectly free
and easy to the neck.
The Uarotte CUMr has a smooth and evenly
nitahed eage o Bann SIDES.
These Collars arr not simply flat pieces of paper
cat In the form of a Collar, bat are ?SOLOED AliTI
BELATED TO TIT Tait MICE.
They are made in "Novelty• (or turn-down
style); in every half size from 12 to :" inches and
in • +Eureka', (or Garotte,) from 13 to 17 in:hes; and
packed In ••solid sizes" to neat blue c irtons, con
taining 100 each; also in smaller ones of 10 each—
the latter a very hardy package for Travelers,
Army and Navy Officers.
REVERY COLLAR is, stamped
Gray's Patent Molded Collar."
Sold by all Dealers in Men's Furnishing Goods.
The Trade supplied by
Van Denson, Boehmer & Co.,
627 Chestnut Street,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers in Men's Fa
Waning Goods inh3o-3narps)
BOOKS BOOKS !!
Since the first of the year we have been adding
constantly to our stock, untilwe LL M' have one of
the largest and best assortmii.at s of BOOKS,
FIRST-CLASS STATIONERY, PHOTO.
GitAPIIS and ALBUMS to be found in any es
tablishment in the United States. ,We warrant
our PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS to be, of the very
best material, strong, durable, and. A 8 LOW r
PRICE as any in the market.
AU New Rooks received as soon as issued.
ASHMEAD & EVANS,
Successors to Willis P. Hazard,
No. 724 CHESTNUT STREET.
MUSICAL BOXES, IN HANDSOME OASES,
playing from two to twelve choice melodies,
for sale by FARR & BROTHER S, Importers,
trlll2l No. all Chestnut Street. below Fourth
wIIY DYE, WHEN YOU HAVE A PER
FECT HAIR DRESSING AND RE.
STORER OF COLOR COMBINED?
A sure Preventive of Baldness. -
A sure Preventive of Baldness. •
"London Hair Color Restorer and Dressing."
• 'London Hair Color Restorer and. Dressing."
"London Hair Color Restorer and Dressing."
This disco Very is just what has long been needed,
only one preparation; does not stain the skin, or
moil the finest linen. Restores gray hair to its ori
ginal color, prevents baldness, keeps tha hair soft,
moist and glossy, highly perfumed. No toilet com
plete without it Cures any eruptive diseases,
Itching, Scurf, Dandruff, keeping the scalp
in a healthy condition. We can refer to hundreds
of families in Philadelphia alone, who are using
this truly eleganteParation.
1T I pr S
NOT A I)YE.
The only known Restorer of Color.
The only known Restorer of Color.
The only known Restorer of Color.
The only known Restorer of Color.
The oniy known Restorer of' Color.
The only known Restorer of Color.
The only known Restorer of Color
And Perfect Hair Dressing Combined.
And Perfect Hair Dressing Combined.
And Perfect Hair. Dressing Combined.
And Perfect Hair Dressing Combined.
And Perfect Hair Dressing Corn wined: - _
And Perfect Hair Dressing Combines.
And Perfect Hair Dressing Combined.
Sold by - . DR. SWAYNE & - SON,
330 North Sixth street, Philada.
Price, 50 cents. Six bottles, 82 50. Sent by Ex
press to any addrers. - , jat27-tii-s-tulyrp
WE HEREWITH call attention to
our m9gniticent assortment of supe
rior PIANOS, watch we always
have on hand, and, offer them at veLy reasonable
prices to purchasers. Best of references and Fula.
017ARANTEE invariably given by
THE UNION PIANO MANUF' G. C 0.,:
' ap2o - 1017 Walnut street.
GRUPE 44 - .KIN - 11T,
STEOK' S OR
For solo, 25 per cent. less than elsewhere.
mllDNltarpli 494 1. Fourth, ab. OailovihUL
EMBROIDERED COVER 13.
- 7 ABLE COVERS,
STAND 0 °VARS.-
Just opened from the manufacturers, &large as:
eortn,ens, in ttl colors.
Sheppard, Van Harlingen Arrison,
iftosttiths• a 1008 0 f--(..VSTNITI'
Have You Provided for Your Family an
Insurance on Your . Life ?
Life Insurance Company,
WITH AN AMPLE CIESH CAPITAL. ,
WALTER S. GRIFFITH, President.
G. O. RIPLEY, Sec- 1. H. FROTHINGRAX,Treatk
Wu...Lux J. Corals, Actuaty.
Hon. Wita Strong; Bev. Matthew Smpson,
D. , Bishop of M E. Church; Rev. i Albert
Bari es, D. D.; R.• 17. James M. Crowell; Thomas
Robins, f sq.; Lewis R Esq.,• Sam uel
Esq.;James Dunlap, Esq.; W. R.Lejee,
Esq.; John Rice, Esq.; Citarles Humphreys. Es%
John B. Anstin. Esq.; S. 0 Painter, Esq •, O.H:
Mount.. Esq.; Samuel C Perkins, Esq. • J - Ilut R.
Penrose, "F sq.; Samuel Field, Esq.; Maseria. E.
W. (nark do tintionor, Idc()..mrona
...ohn B.. Myers & Co.; Benjamin Bullock &Sons.
Wm.. S. tc Alfred Illartien; George B. Reese, Son,
fr. Co.; J. B Mc' ' , Teary ft Co. ;- George Cookmasi
ft Co.; D. B. Kershow tt. Co.; Kay & Brother.
JOHN H. PACKARD, X. D.
No. 122 s SPRUCE STREET,
In attendance at Agent's Office aady from 1 to
Corner Fourth and Library streets, -
ays. tuths36t B K. ESLER, Agent. -
JAMES C. FINN,
FoRATERLY OF THE FIRM OF
HOWELL 0 BROTHERS.
Wall Paper Deeorationso•
'614 CHESTNUT STREET;
P. A. HARDING & CO.
Importers and Jobbers of
N 0.413 ARCH ST.
• CALL THE ATTENTION OR
TO OUR STOCK OF
WE HAVE NOW OPEN
A BEALTTIFITL ASSORTMENT 4::;
RIBBONS, SILKS : .
LACES, VEILS, &c.
726 CHESTNUT ST.
4 )l '
4 .7 Fourth and Arch
From the immense public sales of last week in- •
NEW YORK ANTI PHILADELPHIA..
Full Lir e of Silks.
Full Line of Shawls.
Glacinas, for Lanies' Suits.
India Wash Silk,,
BlAck Bombaettes,& - c. fte. aplS-Ggi•
itg;4 - FOR SALE, CHEAP.—Valuable RESI
DENCE in Bnrlington. Also,DwELLrNa
wi h sde yard, JEFFERSON - street. east of
BROAD. R. S. DOBBINS,
ap2l.-Nr..ts.St* No. 108 S. Fourth street.
eFtA. FOR SALE.—The building and lot No. a 8
Ittn CHERRY street, south side. Lot GU feet
'front. Ics feet deep, at S 2 feet in depth widens to 7t
feet to an S feet alley runnin, ,, to Oh - rry street.
Apply at the office of CHRIST . ORURO El HOS
PITAL, 220 WALNUT street. aroll-th-s-toGt*
dp-Ait F,R SALE—A COUNTRY SEAr —Oa
d SCHOOL HOUSE LANE, near .German
town, a superior stone Dwelling, with all conve-'
niences, stone stable and coach-house, ice-house
.fcc. Several acres of grout d handsomely planted.
and shaded. For particulars apply at in CHEST
NUT street. ap.1.9-strp*:
EXEOUTORS' SALE..—THE MODERN.
built dwelling, No. del South Eighth' street,
below Pine, containing in front 19 feet, and '11. 4 1 -
feet in depth, to a three feet alley , • '
The house is built in the b.st manner with all the:
modern improvements, having always been occn
pied•by its owners; is in perfect order, and calcu
lated, for a family.to talro-immediate possession,.
without any expense. Price 29,500.. Terms-ac—
commodating. Inquire on the premises.
DR, G. S. NAGLE, No. 3L5 SPRUCE
*ie. street, respectfully informs his friends and
the public in general that he has_lssociated with
him Dr. A. 0' OALLAGRA-N, a proficient
Operator and solicits a' continuance of that 13a
tronage which bas been so lfherally bestowed on
him for the last twenty-117e years. ' -
Particular attention pa.d to the administration. Of.
LADIES' TRUSS &ND BRACE STORE;
—Conducted by L s ches,TWELFT.I3 Street,
first door ;below Race. Every article in their line
elegant, easy Etna correct in make. 0. H.
NEEDLES, Proprietor, attends to Gentlemen. OW
the corner of WELFTYI anti RACE Streets.
N. .E.,—Professional accuracy insured.. apll-atpto
CORRECT eialiu TUNifitet.iT•
tAi SARGENT'S °Mere for
. Tuning and Repelling Pianos warm.
calved at Mason lc Co. Store, 9 87IDEMSTanyr
street, only. Mr. Sergeant has had Eleven Tem=
factory etperience in Boston, and rive Years' env
entiploymentin Philadelphia. SPEOlAL—Pitigtes
ye-leeteg to sound
as soft said sweet-tend
neer, without rerweitr.
Terms far teeing. $l.