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THE CAMPAIGN ABOUT OPEN
ING IN VIIIGINIA,
Longatreet Reported to have
NEWS FROM THE ARMY OF THE
liepotted Destruction of a Gun
boat Off Plymouth.
A PROTEST PROM GENERAL
To-Day's Proceedings in Congress
[By People's Telegraph Line, office No. 41l Chest
WASHINGTON, April 21.—Gen. Grant left for
the front this morning, attended by a large
party of officers.
It is understood that the campaign is now to
be commenced. We have indications that the
rebels au e massing a large force in Virginia,
and•that the diversions in Kentucky and else
wbere are only intended to cover the concen
tration of rebel forces against Grant.
An unsuccessful attempt was made last eve
ning by the friends of the Raritan Route bill to
take advantage of a thin House and pass their
LONGSTREET JOINING LEE.
WASHINGTON, April 20.--[Special to the
Times.]—Positive information has been re
ceived at headquarters that the main body of
Longstreet's veterans have succeeded in effect
ing a junction with Lee. Longstreet carried to
East Tennessee 18,000 men, but returned with
less than 12,000. Scouts, just returned from
within the enemy's lines, report that troops
from Joe Johnston's army and from Charleston
are arriving at Gordonsville. Rebel conscripts
are coming in at the rate of a thousand a day.
THE ARMY OF THE CIIMEKEiLAND
RINGGOLD, Gi., April 20.—The - enemy are
quiet. There is a tacit understanding between
the 'pickets on both sides to keep quiet.
• The - pickets of Patterson's brigade, in frouV
of this - place, got drunk at Tunnel Hill a few
days since, and were placed Under arrest.
Miss Mary E. Walker, Acting Assistant Sur
geon on Gen. Daniel M. Clark's brigade, was
captured by the enemy a day or two since
while visiting citizen patiekts outside of our
THE PLYMOUTH AFFAIR.
Boarox, April 21st.—The advertiser says
that the Union gunboat 'Whitehead is reported
to have been sunk during the recent rebel
attack on Plymouth, N. C.
A PROTEST PROM GENERAL BUTLER.
WASHINGTON, April 20.—[Special to Herald.]
—General Butler has written a very spirited
letter to a high public functionary here, of
which the concluding paragraph reads as fol
lows—cclf the arrangement proposed be carried
out, it would have the effect of making me a
mere recording secretary for the will of Major-
General W. F. Smith, who would be the real
commander. To this I cannot submit. The
office of civil mayor of Old Point Comfort is
not the sort of service for which I was mustered
in. I therefore most respectfully demand
either to be relieved altogether from my pre
sent position, or to have, under the General
in -Chief, supreme control and direction of any
military movements having their base within
the limits of my department."
[Special Despatch to the Bulletin.]
HARRISBITSG, April 21.—Governor Curtin
went to Washington this morning, to endeavor
to get Congress to make an appropriation for
the payment of the State militia for their ser
vices in 1862
Last night, at half-past seven o'clock, a
passenger train on the Lebanon Valley Rail
road had an accident at the junction of the
North Lebanon Road, in consequence of the
malicious shifting of a switch. The locomo
tive "Venus" was broken up; the baggage and
one passenger car were thrown off the track.
The engineer, Thomas Gabriel, was badly
scalded. No one else was injured, though the
passengers were greatly alarmed.
A WESTERN CONTRIBUTION TO THE SAND
Sr. Louis, April 21.—The St. Louis County
Court yesterday presented a tract of five hun
dred acres of highly-improved land, twelve
miles• from the city, known as the Smyzer's
farm, to the Mississippi Valley Sanitary Fair.
The farm is valued at between $30,000 and
The city has already granted and paid into
the Treasury $20,000 in cash for the same no
ble object. It is hoped that these munificent
gifts will furnish an example worthy of emula
tion by other counties and cities in the coun
try, and stimulate individuals, corporations and
firms to render the success of the Fair still
Wesninerou, April 2L—The Senate has
confirmed the following nominations :
Captain Thomas T. Craven, to be Commo
dore in the Navy on the active list, 1862.
Captain Wm. Rudford, to be a Commodore
In the Navy on the active list.
Commander Edward Middkton, to be Cap
tain on the active list.
Commander . Gustavns H. Scott, to be a Cap
tain on the active list.
Commander Charles Green,to be a Captain on
the retired list.
WASHINGTON, April 21.—The President 4 has
recognized Fernando de Luca as consul-general
of Italy at New Orleans. and Giovanni Batista
Cerruti as consni of Italy at San Francisco.
XXXVIIITH CONGRESS,--FIRST SESSION.
WASHINGTON, April 21, 1864.
lionsE —Dlr. Ambrose W. Clark, from. ,the
Committee`on Printing, made a report, the design
cf which is to secure the continuation of the pub
lication of the Congressional Globe,, by additional
The report was recommitted with instructions.
The BOWe went into Committee of the Whole on
the Internal Tax bill.
At one o' clock the committee had acted on all the
general provisions of the bill, comprising forty
HABALISBUBA April 21.
SENATIL—Mr. Cennell presented seven peti
tions of two thousand citizens of the Twenty-third
Ward of Philadelphia against the repeal of the
privilege of the Frankford and !Southwark Rail
road company to use steam.
Mr. Beardsley introduced a supplement to the
act relating to the authentication of letters of attor
ney, protests of notes and public assign.ments,macie
out of the State, &c., approved 1851.
Mr. Ridgway, a bill incorporating the Sled Ford
Oil Company. Also, a supplement to the act
regulating the sale of liquors.
Mr. Connell, a supplement to the act relating to
Hour and meal inspectors.
Mr. Champney a, an act incorporating the
Shreeve Coal Company.
Mr. 'Darrell, one incorporating the Montrose
and Great Bend Railroad Company..
Bourn.—The acts relating to the appointment of
inspectors of the Western Penitentiary and to in
corporate the Ephrata and Lancaster Railroad
Company nassed second reading.
The Rouse refused to suspend the rules to send
the bill extending the charter of the Bank of Mont
gomery County to its final passage.
Mr Myers called up the bill to incorporate the
Conn el ls Till e and South ern Pennsylvania Railroad
Company, which was debated to a late hour.
Mr. Bighorn opposed the bill in a lengthy speech,
presenting remonstrances from seven thousand
people living along the porposed route against it.
Y:,' I T ; r
WASHINGTON, April 21.—Mr. Wentworth,
Superintendent of Indian Affairs, telegraphed
to the Indian Bureau at San Francisco, on the
19th, that the Indians in the Southern District
of California, are in a state of starvation owing
to the drought. The Indian Bureau has taken
measures to furnish the required relief.
THE' ROCK ISLAND ARSENAL.
Wesantoron, Apyil 21.—The President has
approved the bill authorizing the Secretary of
War to take and hold possession, in beha'S of
the United States, of all the lands and shores
of Rock Island, Illinois, on which to build an
arsenal. .Just compensation is to be made to
the private land owners.
ARRIVAL OF THE STEAMER KANGAROO.
NEW Your, April 21.—Tbe steamer Kan
garoo from Liverpool arrived at this port to
day. Her advices have been anticipated.
ARRIVAL OF A GUNBOAT.
NEW TORE, April 21.—The gunboat Ticon
derago has arrived here from Fortress Monroe.
SHAXSPEADE TERCENTENARY' BADGES.
A remarkable badge for the Shakspeare celehra
tion has been got up by the Coventry ribbon
weavers, and copies may be obtained at our prin
cipal book stores and ladies' dress- trimmingstores.
It consists of three ribbon medallions united by a
button. On one of them is woven a portrait of
Shakapeare, onunother a view of the house where
be was born, and on the third a view of the church
where he is buried. It would be hard to contrive
anything mere appropriate and beautiful.
No MEDICINE ever attained a greater popn
larity,than Bower's Infant Cordial. It is prompt,
efficient and harmless. Bower, Sixth and Green.
Timms Fos liuprtraz skillfully adjusted, by
O. H. Needles, corner Twelfth and Race streets'.
THE LATE DISASTER AT PLEASANT HILL,
[Prom the Chicago Journal.]
Larrrs TROM A MEND= or THY CHICAGO acir.-
GRAND EcOnk, La., April 11. —The rebels made
a stand eight miles from Pleasant Rill, and com
menced- driving the 3d and Bth divisions or the 13th
Army Corps, on the 6th inst. Our battery (Chi
cago Mercantlle. and. the Ist Indiana commenced
givinig the rebels shell and canister. We firedour
gun. at the rate of five shots a minute, for half an
hour, when the rebels charged en us. We fell
back to a new position, where we poured
into the enemy about an hear when they
again came upon us, and we again fell back
to another position, which we held a few
minutes, when the order came to get into the road,
which, unfortunately, was filled with ammunition
wagons and our army trains. We got alrng as
best we could, on the •retreat, about a mile, when
the whole rebel force came upon us with a gallop
and a shout. Captain White was captured. lic e
cut traces and left, leaving our guns in the enemy's
hands, further efforts t °resist being utterly useless.
I escaped into the woods, and have made my way
back to camp, of ter being a whole day and night
without food. The loss of the Mercantile Battery
is very heavy—four officers and twenty two men,
as follows: Captain White and Lieutenant
Crane, capture* Lieutenants Throop and Barr
killed. Among the missing are Joseph Day and
Sam Hammet, of squad 1; Sergeant George Bryant
and William Munn, of squad 2; Sergeant Billy
Gardner, Sam Parker, John A rnold, - and four
drivers, of squad 3; . Corporal Dyer, of squad 4;
and Gunner Bracker,of squad 5. The rest of the
missing are either deailed men or new recruits.
Hank Poe has now command of the battery.
We have lost our guns, horses, clothing—every.
thing. The battery now has one hundred and ten
men in camp. C. E. A.
A letter from another member of the Mercantile
Battery states that Lieutenant Barr is a prisoner,
and gives the following list of members of the bat
tery who are missing :
Sergeants Joseph L. Dan Geo. E. Bryant and
William Gardner; Corporals Samuel Hammett,
L. W. Dyer and Henry G. Brackett; Privates
John W, Arnold, Amos S. Burdick, John D. Bell,
Isaac S. Carpenter, Wm. H. Fuller, Peleg Green,
Hiland W. Hall, Wm. Munn, Lewis Mann, San
ford S. Parker, and Arthar W. Bumsey. • •
John Page and John F. Gruber are slightly
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL.
=WS D. PALL &BON; STOOK DISONOBJE4 NO. .30.5 w-
SALES OF STOOKS.
100 sh Sch Nap prfd
100 sh do 42%
250 sh Clinton Coal 2
50 ab Oatawissa pfd 40
300 sh Read R b 5 68
$4500 Penna Coup 6s
War Ivan. 108
3000 Alleghy Co, s's 81
.1100 SchNav 6s 732 98%
2000 Allegheny Val
R 7s 104
100 sh Arch St R 35
50 eh Wyoming Val '7B
48 sh Little Sch R 48
25 sh Fenna R 76
100 sh Big Mountain
Coal . 9%
300 eh do 1730 10
100 sh Susq Cnl . b 5
500 eb Merrimac 3%
1200. eh Organic 011 2%
MIMS 01STOOKS IN NNW YOBS.
=ST CALL. B.IICOND CALL
American' Gold 167) bid .. bid
Chicago and R. 151 and..... bid • 119 sales
Reading Railroad .61 bid 68 sales
Illinois Central bid 120 sales
Galena and Chicag0........ bid . 121 sales
New York Central 1333( bid 1 .• • sales
11. S. Is 'Bl int0......111 : bid . 111 sales
'Erie 111% bid 110% , sales
Harlem 205 bid 207 bid
Cleveland and T01ed0...... bid .' .. bid
FINANCE AND BIIBIFEB9—.APELL 21,1864.
The Stock Market was very weak this morning,
and prices had a decideo downward inclination.
In Government Loans there were no tvineactions. 99 •
was the best bid for State Fives, but the War Loan
sold at 108—the same as yesterday. City Lowur
were steady at 110 for the new; and 106 for the old
issues. 184 was the best bid for Camden and Am
boy Railroad. Pennsylvania Railroad sold at 74
—a decline of 2. Reading Railroad opened at 67
bid, but afterwards sold at 6S@6B%—a decline of 2x
from the highest point of yesterday. Little Schuyl
kill Railroad was weak at 47%@48. 85 was bid for
Beaver Meadow Railroad; 633 g for Mine Hill Rail
road, and 48 for I;ong Island'Railroad. Philadel
phia and Brie Railroad and North Pennsylvania
Railroad were 1 lower. Catawissa Railroad fell
from 4035 to 39%. Huntingdon Broad Top Railroad
was firm at 29—an advance of X Schuylkill Navi
gation was steady at 48rg411% for the Preferred, and
THE DAILY EVENING BULLETIN ; PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, APRIL 2 , .
100 eh Read R cash 68
100 Eh do bl 5 68
300 eh do blO 68
200 eh do cash 68
100 eh do cash 68
100 eh Catawissa pfd
bl 5 403(
200 sh do a 3 39%
[OO eh do blO 40
20 eh Soh Nay 37
4 2 oh do pfd 43
200 ah do b3O 433(
600 sh Read R 68
-50 sh do cash 68
300 eh - do 68
46 sh do 6834
200 eh do cash 68 -
100 eh do 2 days 68
60 sh do cash 663(
300 eh- do 2 Jaya 68
£'7 373% for the Common stock. Morris Canal
was firm at So, and Lehigh Navigation was not of
fered under this figure. Delaware Division was
lower—closing about 4436CP43. Bank shares were
without change. In Passenger Railway securities
the only sales was of Arch Street, at 35.
Messrs. De Haven & Idrother. No. en South Third
street, make the followingtations of therates of
exchange to-day, at 134 P. Buying. Selling.
American Gold 67 prem. 67% prom.
Demand Notes 67 prem. 679( prem.
Quarters and halves... 59 per.
Dimes and half dimes 54 prim.
Spanish quarters ' 54 Lrem.
Pennsylvania currensy % al& 14 dis.
New York 1-10 par.
Jay Cooke & Co., quote (3rovemment Securities,
&c., as follows:
Noon h April 21 1864.
11. S. 6 , 5, 1861.- _
g nig .
11. S. 7 3.10 Noia . 110 P 1 11
Clartilloate of Indebtedness - .•
It IS new WI
Quartermasters , Vouchers 81 1 - 111 ;4
V. S. Demand Notes. ..
Gold 166 g log
6 4 0 Bonds, May coupons off 106 106
At the Philadelphia Gold Exchange, No. 84 South
Third street, second story, Gold quotations were
at the following rates:
APRIL 21, 1884.
12 P. M., 168.
1 1 P. X., 168%.
9% A. M., 167.
11 A. M., 1673(.
The following are the stock quotations of thedif
ferkt Oil Companies, made up to 1 o'clock:
Bid, Lk. Bid. Ask.
Beacon Oil CO
Franklin .. Oil Creek 9%*
Howes Eddy... 3 P
Irwin 5 6 Pope Farm.—
Keystone 1 3 5eneca..... ....
Maple Shade..lo 20 Venango
Mineral 43‘ 6 I Penna. 011
McClintock.... 6 6Petro'm Centre
Organic 2% 2% l Phila. Oil Crk..
Market very dull.
The following is the statement of coal transported
over the Hazleton Railroad, for the week, ending
April 16, 1864, compared with the same time
Week. Previous. Total.
Tons-Cwt. Tons-Cwt. Tons.Civt.
Hazleton Mines— 3,364 01 27,661 08 30,926 09
Cranberry 1.809 17 15,6e9 13 17,499 10
Diamond 1,643 16 14,750 0.5 16,294 00
East Sugar Loaf.. 3,996 08 31,431 0.5 35,427 13
Council Ridge 2,717 04 24,264 04 27,141 Oa
Mount Pleasant... 676 04 11,669 09 12,246 13
Harleigh 1,610 03 14,797 07 16,407 10
Jeddo 3,690 07 34,196 19 38,792 06
Ebervale •1,412 02 12,396 09 13,608 11
DT ll oeaville 1,3!.-9 12 13,211 09 14,611 01
Buck Mountain... 2,612 19 16,959 14 19,672 13
Pea Coal .... .... -• • •
Total 26,188 12 217,627 02 242,725 14
, ried last year.... 17,055 02 217,501 Oa 234,60 11
• The following shows the remit:its of the Morrie
Canal company for the present season and week,
and for the same periods last year:
Total to April 9, 1864.... $11,168 93
Week ending Apri116,1854... ...
.... 10,591 19
m i ss) 66
Total to April 11, 1863 $6,625 25
Week ending April 18, 1863...... 6,5a2 67
Increase in 1864
Tit - rust...7', April 21.—The Breadstuffffe market
continues very quiet—there being no disposition on
the part of buyers to operate in the present unset
tled condition of monetary affairs. There is bat
little demand for Flour and only a few hundred bar-
rels extra family were disposed of at $7 7548 IP
barrel, and 1,000 barrels Brandywine on private
terms. The sales to the retailers and bakers range
from $7 for superfine, up to $9 26 for common and
fancy lots—according to quality. There is nothing
doing in Rye Flour or Corn Meal to fix quotations.
The Wheat market is drooping and prices have
again declined. Sales of 4500 bushels fair and good
Penna. Red at $1 684/1 4 1 76 V bushel, and 830 bushels
choice do. at $1 60, and White ranges from $1 MI
$2. Bye sells on arrival at $1 40. Corn is dull
Sales of 1100 bushel. yellow at $1 111, but bnyen now
refuse to pay this figure. Qata ars steady at PM
Barley ranges from $1 45 to $1 40 sad Barley
Malt from $1 6081 70.
La Quercitron Bark 'nothing doing. We quote
No. 1 at 1144 ta ton. .
There is a fair demand for Oloverseed at $7 25 to
$7 60 IR 64 Bs., and from second hands at $7 76420.
No change in Timcthy orFlaueed.
In Provisions there to less,doing. Sales of Hams
in pickle at 16 cents, Sides at la cents and Shoulders
at 1236 cents, cash. No change in Lard. Butter has
By auction this morning 100 barrels Rosin sold at
#3l, and ao sacks Liverpool damaged coarse salt at
$2 tl@2 16.
Whiskey has declined. Small sales of barrelsand
drudge at $1 net m.
POET OV PHILADIELPHIA. APRIL 21
sir See Marine Bulletin on Third• Page
ARRIVED THIS DAY.
Brig Belle of the Bay, Noyes, 3 days from New
York, in ballast to captain.
Schr Cora, Masten, 1 day from Brandywine, Dol.
with corn meal to R 111 Lea.
Steamer C Comatock,Drake, 9.33-; hours from New
York, with mdse to Wm DI Baird et. Co.
Steamer Concord, Norman, 23R; hours from New
York, with mdse. to Wm DI Baird tic Co.
CLEARED THIS DAY. •
Schr Hattie Bon, Poland. Portland, J E Barley&Cy
Schr M A Shropshire, Dalbon, Quincy Point, Eila
klaton„ Graff & Co.
Schr Althea, Godfrey, Boston, CA Heckecher & Co.
Schr Mary & Caroline, Adams, New Haven, L Au
nenried & 4'o.
Schr 0 Loeser, Laws, Salem,Noble, Caldwell & Co
Ship Kingston, Glossop, cleared at Liverpool 6th
Last. for this port.
Ship Eliphalet Greeley, Cutter, at Liverpool Sth
inst. from Bombay.
Ship Hippogrifle, Grant, at Mauritius 15th Feb.
Ship Calliope, Simmons, mailed from Mauritius
18th Feb for Calcutta.
- - -
Bark White Wing, Brooks, hence at Laguayra,
28th ult—arr 20th.
Bark Nineveh, Stackpole, for this port, was
towed to sea from New Orleans 6th inst.
Bark_Champion, Q errish, hence at Boston yester
Bark Lady Mike (Br), Cowen, from Liverpool,
23 daye, at New York yesterday.
Bark Monitor, Eaton, sailed from Calcutts 2Sth
Feb. for Boston.
Bark Hazard, Harstens, cleared at Boston 19th
inst. for Pernambuco and a market.
Brig Frank W (Br), Wall, hence at Marseilles,
Brig Francis J Ring, Doane, hence at New Or
leans, loth inst,
Brig Edith (lan), Erichson, hence for Rotterdam,
off St Blawes Bth inst., in 28 days.
Brig Lizzie Lea, Parker, hence at Genoa sth inst.
•Brig Wm 0 Clark, Tucker, hence at Boston 19th
Brig Olive, Gandy, hence at Boston yesterday.
Brig Tornado, Dodge, at Boston yesterday from
New Castle. Del.
L l3 t rig t. Condova, Pickens, hence at Somerset 19th
Brig Ambrose Light, Stahl, at Newburyport 19th
that, from Wilthington.
Schrs Jos P Ames, Turner, hence for Saco, and
Black Diamond, Young, hence for Danvers, at Ed
gartown 18th that. -
Schr Fly, Oheesman, sailed from New Bedford
19th inst. for this port.
Bohr H. P Cushing, frpm Boston for this port,
sailed from Newport 19th inst.
Schrs New Jersey, Morrite hence, and Monterey,
Craig, from Delaware City, at Providence lath inst.
Schr Evergreen,Potter, sailed from Providence
19th inst. for thin port.
Sabre Charlotte Shaw, Shaw; J Paine, Mayo; J
Burley, Wilhams; Corson, High; Silver Magnt,
/Noy; W R - Rowe, Harris; J Maxfield, May; A
Bartlett; Reindeer, Irwin; (.) L Vandervoort, Baker;
Jas Martin, Harding; Thos Jefferson, Foss; Mary
Louisa, Foss, and . W W Marcy, Bartlett, hence at
Behr Eels, Jones, from Portland, Ct. for this port,
at New York yesterday.
Schr Typhoon, Orcutt, hence for New Orleans,
put into Nassau, NP. 27th ult. leaking badly, and
discharged for repairs.
Schrs II D, Flowers,• Polly Price, Adams; S A
Hammond, Paine; 0 A Hecuscher, Smith; John
Lancaster, Williams; J Laftranier, Coleman; Jae
Satterthwalte, Long; H A Weeks, Ketchum; R G
Whilden, Neal; A Tirrell, Higgins; J B Austin.
Davis, and R EL Huntley, Nickerson, hence at Bos
ton, 19th inst.
INDIA RUBBER MACHINE BELTING.
STEAM PACKING, ROSE, acc.
Engineers and dealers will find a FULL As-
SORTMENT OF GOODYEAR'S PATENT
YIIIAULNIZED RUBBER BELTING, PACK.
LNG, HOSE, &c., at the Manufacturer's Head.
308 Chestnut street,
PAVEMENT HOSE, vel7
cheap, to" which the attention of the public le
XXXV/I/TH CONOEESS--FIRST SESSION.
WASRINGTox, April 21.
SENATE, —Mr. Coflamer (Vt.), from the Cora-
Mittee on. Post Offices and Post Roade, reported
faTCrably a bill for the relief of Post Masters who
have been robbed * by Confederate soldiers or gue
rillas. The bill wet passed.
Ydr. Wilson (Mass.) presented a bill to provide
for the printing of official reports of the armies of
the United States. The bill was passed.
Mr. Lane (Ran.) called up the bill to make Pcrt
land (Oregcn),and Letyeuworth ports of delivery.
It was passed.
NEW YORK, Aprit 21. —Cotton steady at 79aSOc.
Flour declined 5c.; sales of 5,000 bbis. at $7 10a
$7 40 for State; S 7 95a7163 05 for Ohio, and $8 OOa
$8 25 for Southern. Wheat' quiet and nominally
easter;.Chicago Spring, $1 72.151 75; Red, $1 76a
$1 82. Corn buoyant. Provistons quiet but un
changed. Whiskey drill at Si 12. Receipts of
Flour, 13,436 bbls; Wbeat 1,062 bushels; Corn
3, 751 bushels. Petroleum dull and lc. lower.
Stocks lower. Cumberland preferred, 9131;
Michigan Southern, 85%;New York Central,23334;
Reading, 136,V; Hudson R 1 ver, 130, 1 i; Canton Com.
pany, 473(; Missouri 6's, - 69 X: Erie, 111 N; Michi
gan Central, 1373; Harlem, tln8; Qnicksilver, 67;
7 3-10's, 110 x; Pacific Mail, 283; Gold, 167,v.
Stocks heavy; Chicago and Rock Island, 109;
Cum oerland, pref. d 1/72; Illinois Central, 18.53(;
Michigan Southern, 155 . 4'; N. Y. Central, 2315;
Penna. Coal, 105; Reading, 136; Hudson River,
130; Canton Company, 147; Wisconsin 6's, 69;
Erie, 1113; Galena and Chicago. 119?,;; Cleveland
and Toledo, 145;4; Chicago, Burlington and Quin
cey. 35; Michigan Central, MX; Harlem, 1. 1 a9;
Cleveland and Pittsburgh, 11034. Gold 167 ' One
Year Certificates. 95; Treasury 7-3-10 s, 111;'
Coupon . 5-20's 110; Coupons 1881, 111; Regis.
SALES AT, THE P :
$lOOO Penn% 0s 90
20 eh Weal City GEv.
100 eh do 20
1(0 ah Catawiara pfd :93
160 ah do t3O 40
100 eh Big Mountain
108 eh do b3O 9%
50 ati Green Moun "/}i
15900 Long Isl R 6s 10.3,%
lt4lo State as War It S
9000 City es new lt 9X
1000 13 S 0-201 reg
C 5. 1, 105 14
4000 Elmira R Chat 'IS
100 Lb Union tint pfd 5 I
300 eh Irvine Oil 611
WO eh Connecticutlll
EIRE & LANDELL, S• W. cor FOURTH
and ARCH, extibit today the most desirable
From the immense public sales of last week in
NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA.
Full Lint. of Silks.
Full Line of Shawls.
Olacinas, for Ladies'
India Wash Silks, , El.
BlackCbally, Bombazines, &c., &e,.
E YRE A' T.. n',,r••
THE et LA. DELL, 400 A RCII STREET,
4 24 are prepared, as usual, to receive the Friends,
and suit them in Just su it Dry Goods as are
adapted to their wants.
Good Plain Silks.
Good Plain Shawls.
Good Plain I. ress Goods.
Good Plain Cap Stuffs.
Good Plain Prints and Lawns.
Good Gloves, Mitts, Collars. toe.
BOESEREEPINGG LINEN AND COTTON
GOODS—Linen Table Damasks, Sheeting Linens,
Pillow Linets, F-lorting Llnens,Fronting Linens,
Linen Lawns, Linen Cambrics, Linen Towelings,
Bordered Linen Towels, Nursery Diapers, Bird's
Eye Linens, Rucks, Cragrillas, Glass Towelings,
Crasb, Burlap, arc. Cotton Sheetings, Pillow
Cottons, Shirting Cottons, Spreads, Counterpanes,
Dimity, Table Covers, Cambrics, Jaconets, Mull,
Naneooks, Plaid Cambric and Jaconets, Kriliiante
Marseilles, Pique, Plain ti.L.d Figured Swiss. 'Ves
tibule and Window Curtains, Embroidered Lace
and Muslin. Closing on t entire lot, cheap.
DRY.SS GOODS.—Silks, Delatnes, Alpacas,
Bombazines, Valeneias, Plaids, Lawns, Chintzes,
MERINO UNDER WEAR.—AiI sizes and
qualities, for ladies, gentlemen and children.
HOSIERY. —English and German, all kinds
GLOVES—For ladles, gentlemen and children,
In great variety.
THOMAS SIMPSON'S SONS,
9'22 said V 2.4 pule street
ANTLES AND CLOAKS - Or UNUSUAL
Taffeta Mantles and Sacques.
Plain and richly-trimmed Mantles.
Chesterfields, in Silk and Cloth.
Short Sacqnes, of handsome Cloths.
Ftench Cl :h Cloaks.
.MANTLES MALE TO ORDER.
Spring Shawls, in light colors.
Summer Shawls, of gcod quality.
One lot desirable Summer Shawls, S 3 00.
Black Thibet Square Shawls, 53 00 to S 7 00.
COOPER do CON ARli,
apl3 S. E. corner Ninth and Market streets.
cEA3II3ER ~1 0 .'
I CHAMI3ER rIU ARC:EL Street, has opeuedS,
great bargains i 11
Thread Lace Veils.
Thread Lace Barbes.
. Pointe Lace Collars and Sets.
Rich Cambric Edgings, Insertin gs, kc. Slurreu,
Tucked. Figured, Striped and Plain French Mae
lin, for -waists. ap9.6.t
tOO 'l7 AR BLACK SILKS.
X.i 702 yarosCrgandie Lawns.
71.P2 yards Grenadines and Bareges.
702 yards Fine Dress Goods.
702. yards Chintz and Calico.
702 yards Cloths and Ca.ssimeres.
702. pairs Stockings and Gloves.
702 ARCH Street. JOHN H. STOKES.
/LAIN SILKS, CHOICE COLORS, 51 25.
66 St et 30 to 52
'IS Inch Plain Silks, choice colors, 52 00 to 83 25.
Colored Silks. choice colors, 52 50 to 513 50,
Plato Black Silks, 90c to 56.
Heavy Black Velvertines, 40 inches wide, at Se 50
worth 50 Oft These Silks have all the richness of
a handsome velvet.
Figured Black and Figured colored Silks, St 25
to fl 75.
Check Silks, all qualities, R. , -'sc to SI 65.
100 Alexandra Robes, at Sc 50 worth 51.3 00
These Robes nre handsomely braided.
5.4 Rich Plaid Poplins, at t 50.
20 pieces Silk Plaid Spring Poplins, at 00 cents,
worth 51 00.
Plain, Striped and Plaid Dress Goods, of every
variety cod quality, at very low prices.
H. STEEL lc SON,
Nos. 713 and 715 North Tenth street.
THE CHEAP CLOTH STORE
JAMES & LE . E,
No. 11 North SECOND Street,
Are now receiving a large and choice stock of
Spring and Summer Goods, adapted to Men and
Buys' "'meta, to wnich they invite the attention of
their friends and others, comprising in part
.COATING GOODS—Super Black French Cloth
Colored, do. Slack French Habit Cloth; Colored,
do. Cashmere Cloths, All qualities. Drap D' Eta
P. PANTALOON STUFFS--Black French Doe
skins; do., Cassimeres. Fancy Cassimeres, new
styles. JAMES & LEE,,
No. 11 North Second Street.
Sign of the Golden Lamb.
INEN ADVERTISEMENT. —S.MILLIKEN
_a lc CO.—Stores for Linen Goods exclusively,
82S ARCH and l 2 South SECOND street.
IRISH SHIRTING LINENS.—A good strong
Irish Linen, at 44 cents; Heavy Golden Flax Line
trom 56 cents up.
SHIRT BOSOMS.—We continue - to pay par.
border attention to this department. Ladies will
llnd at oar Stores - the most extensive stook of
Bosoms, Wristbands and Collars in .the city.
- TABLE LINENS. —A lot of extra-heavy power
loom Damask, nail bleached, at 75 cents per yard.
CHEAP NAkKJ.NS..L-An excellent article at $6
per dozen. S. MILLIKEN to CO.,
Linen Importers and Dealers,
mho . 828 Areh street. mid 32 S. Soconct street.
UDWIN lIAL.L .5c 00., NO. 26 S. SECOND
1.24 street, have now open the best stock of Dress.
Goods they ever bad the pleasure of offering to their
Villr Warp Taffetas.
Plain, Stripe and Plaid Poplins.
• Monslin de•Esso:as, anew fabric. • ;
Mohair Foulards. - •
Plaids, Stripes and Plain Valenclas. •
Phild and Stripe Mohair's.
BPantiful shades tine Alpacas. ," •
Superior Black Alpacas.
&rived and Figured French Ohintit.
Figured Percales and Cambrics.
Plain Lawns and Plain Percales. •
Percales and Pique Robes.
Dress Goods, in great. variety, of all the nevi
Fabrics that have appeared in this country this
year, some styles of which have been of OU AIWA
: ILADELPHIA STOCK
2041 eh FultonOotdCo 11X
200 eh do bl 6 12-
100 eh do 1020 12
200 eh Sch Nar b3O 3734
100 eh Susq Cenal Co
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00 eh do b3O 26
200 eh Read R b3U 6511
150 eh do 67X
110 eh Irwin Oil br 634
100 eh Sch Nav orfd 42
2:4) ah Big Mountain
100 oh Beading Rcash66X
100 eh North ea R 134
liou eh Read R cash 665 C
IWO ah do 67
MI oh Susq Cal b 5 25,4
SPRIN G DAMASKS,
LARGE INVOICE OF
ENTIRELY NEW DESIGNS
81:1130ZS5ORTO W. H. DARRYL,
719 CHESTNUT ST.
SENAT, BROS. & 00.
414 CFMSTNIPT Street, opposite Strawberry St.
Offer a complete assortment of Jaconets,Oitabrica,
Checks, Victoria Lawns, Nainsooks, Swiss Malls,
India Book, India Mull and other Muslin's of ota
usual make and finish. itits-tts
J. T. DELACROIX.
Has now open at his New Store.
No, 37 South Second st.above Chestnut,
A large stock of the newest styles of
John Crossley Ic Sons VELVETS.
6 , BIiCSE.L.S.
" 66 TAPESTRY BRUSSELS,
Together with an extensive Use 0:
IIIIPERIA.L and EXTRA THREE-PLY
Ingrain and Venetian Carpetingai
Aa r Oil Cloths, Window Shades end Matting"
Wholesale and retail at the LOWEST PRICES
FOR CASH- trthts-3 m
CHARLES STOKES & COM
FIRST-CLASS "ONE-PRICE" RZADY
MADE CLOTHING STORE, st)
824 CHESTNUT STREET, UN
DER 'THE COU L lWrtili.
HOTEL, P A.
- ,4 .. from base at
...... li cellar towalst
:i .E . 7--.0 an dfrorn waist
1 x. to awl of tall.
.1.,.. , r,gtb. of
- 4 . ',.',. teeTe (With
. -am crooked),
- '- from middle
. 4.. ., 0 1,,- of back be
. --- ri, tweet:- the,
.- .w' :boulders tot
.-1 end of cuff,
# and around 1
the mat pro
' ..; xr_inent partof
_7 - = ' the cheat and
waist. Stay i
or stooping. *
inside sewn, It• and outside
kip bone arond tee
waist and hip. Far
Vest, same as
Coat- A good Ilt
All garments made fronOlrectlone sent In ac
cordance with these inert actions will Der:tarantula
satisfactory. If not so, the money will be returned
officers' Uniforms Beady made, always cr
nand, or made to order in the best manner and es
the most reasonable terms. Having finished man)
hundred Uniforms the past year for Staff,. Field ,
and Line Officers, as 'well as for the !Ivry, In
are prepared to execute all orders in this tine pri it
correctness and despatch.
The largest and most desirable stock of Beady
Made Clothing in Philadelphia always on hand.
THE PRICE MARKED IN PLAIN FIGUREN
ON ALL OF THE GOODS..
/Specimens of Cloth, or other materials, with es
timates sent by mail to any address When r♦
CHARLES STOKES CO
E. T, TAYLOR,
W. J. STOKES.
T OST. —A LARGE - POORET-BOOK contain
j_4 mg money and bills of goods, bonat in this
city. A reward will be paid by leaving it at the
office of the Union Hotel, ARCH street, . above
TO IN N VEST I OLD GROU I
$lO.OOO RENTS . ; no commission or ex
penses. J. HAYS CARSON.
ny2l-?t* 251 North Ninth street.
rum° 1107a1311.1_ , N1lIATING Second-story rooms
savant for permanent or transient boarders at
lob SPRUCE &reel.. ap2l.-20fr
LOT ON SPRUCE STREVT, by Tweuty-fourth
street; 75 feet front on :Spruce street by 100 feet
in depth to Manning street. Will be sold or let on
ground rent at the low rate of ti!.3 75 per foot; water
pipe latd in Manning street, and the ground tree
from every ineumbrance. Apply to A. B. CAR.
E'ER Or CO., Ninth at d Filbert streets. apt?' 6t*
OOP SKIRT IRAN lIPAOTORY. —hoop
Al Skirts ready-made and made to order; war
ranted of the best materials. Also, Skirts repaired.
MRS. E. BAYLEY,
812 Vine Street, above Eighth .
etst FOR SALE HOUSE AND FURNI
TURE—An excellent opportunity for one
'bout commencing house-keeping. The house is
beautifully situated, built of the best materials,
and with all modern improvements. The furni
ture 01 the latest style. Inquire on the premises,
southeast corner of SIXTEENTH and MOUNT
VERNON streets. ap,2l-2t*
NEW CROP TEAS —Choice new crop Green
and Black Teas, of the latest importatio a, in
store and for sale by M. F. SPILLIN, Tea Dealer
and Grocer, Northwest corner of Arch and Eighth
streets. apt L
FRESH BOSTON AND TRENTON ORAOK
ERS, of all varieties, for sale by M.F. SPIL
LIN, Northwest con Arch and Eighth sts. apt(
IDII ABIS> DRIED BEEF AND TONGUES.—
El Very superior Jersey limns, choice Dried
Beef and large Tongues, for sale by M. F. SPIL
LIN. Northwest cor. Arch and Eighthsts.
FAMILY FLOUR.—Splendid Family Flour, by
the barrel, or in, small bags, for sale by ALF.
SPILIAN, Northwest corner Arch and Eighth
SOMETHING- ENTIRELY NEW.
trOLDIED,S 7 COMP , !!.NION,!yERY SMOKERS
COM.PANItiN. - •
The moot complete present, a Father, Mother,
Brother, Sister or Friend, can make, to their rela
tive in the army.
TEE BIDGWOOD PIPE AND TOBACCO CASH
The cheapest, most useful, compact and cony*.
nient article ever manufactured. Call and inepao
•8. & Bi...wiagErr, Appointed sole Agent%
624 Chestnut street.
MTh e trade *supplied fit, the Company's Price 3; or a
()BOSSE & ,BLAuKWELL,,S PICKLES. &c.
' I I,J A full variety of these celebrated English
Pickles and Sauces, comprising•gberkiag, mixed
pickles, caul Mower, onion s, walnuts, chow chow,
picalilll; also, sauces, ac., viz: John'llall, Read
ing, Battey. Worcestershire, Soyer`ii. 'Sorg, Lon
don Club. Luchnow, Chutney,•.BolM, Shrimp,-
Lobster, Anchovies, King of Onde, Royal Table;
Sultana, Currie Powder, Spanish and French
Olives, Mushroom and Walnut Catsup, Anchovy,
Paste, Potted lleat and Game, Sardines in butter,
kc. , imported and for sale by J. B. BUiSSIBB,
CO., 108 and 110 South Wharves.
FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU.
FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU I
Non-retention or Incontinence of Urine, TM
Lion, Inflammation er Ulceration ef tfe• '
Bladder and Kidneys,
Diseasfs of the Prostrate Gland, Stone
in the Bladder, Calm:dons
Gravel or Brickdwit '
dll, Diseases or affections of the Bladder and Nur..
neys, and Dropsical Swellings existing
in Men, Women or Children
Helmhold's Extract Machu
ilelmboldls Extract gnaw
For Weakness arising frcrm Habits of Bissipanuit
attended with the following symptoms: "
ludispesition to Exertion, Loss of Memory,
eulty of Breathing, Weak Nerves, Trembling,
Horror of Disease. Dimness of YhtiOn, -
Wakefulness, Pain in the' Back, tint.
cereal Lassitude of the Muscular
System, Hot Hands, Flushing
of the Body, Dryness of the •
ERUPTIONS ON THE FACE,
These symptoms. if allowed to go en, Which
medicine invariably removes, soon follow
Fa , aity, Epileptic Fits, in one of whiCh
the patient may expire. Who can say
that they are not frequently fol
lowed by - those "direful die..
eases" "INSANITY, and
Many are aware of
he cause of their
The records •
and the Melan -
oho/S. Deaths by Con. - •
suin kdion, bear ample -
witness , to the truth of the
as-serum:L. The constitution once
allett:pdwith Organic Wealatessas.
quires the aid of Medicine to Strength=
and In cvorate the System, which HELM.
BOLD' S EXTRACT - SUCHU Invarlablyjloaa?,
Helmtiold's Extract Bohn
Is safe, pleasant in its taste and odor, =Allmon
Strengthening than any of the
N OR BA R.
For those suffering from
BROKEN DOWN A_ND DELIOATB ooseerrrinlolll.
From whatever cause, either in
MALE' OR FEMALE.
lima. GIPS Tog
A GOOD APPETITE,
WILL GIVE TOG
WILL GIVE YOE
BRISK AND ENERGETIC FEELINGS,
SLEEP will enai4a, to
A tatell - convince the most
fluid Extract Sarsaparilla,
the blood, re
moving all dis
eases arising from ex
cesa and imprtidenelee
life, chronic constitutional
41seasea arising from an impure
elate of the blood, and the only roll,
able and effectual known remedy for is
clue of Scrofula, Scald Bead, Salt
Atmore Pains and Swellings aff
the B ones,i Ulceration of the
Throat and Legs,ElotolNS
Pimples on the Face,
Tetter,Erysipelas.and all scaly
And Beautifying the Comptaken'
NOT A FEW
_ - _ -
of the worst disorders that afflict manktnd arta*
fro the corruption that accumulates in the blood.
Of all discoveries' that have been made to purge 13
out, none can equal in effect
It cleanses and renovates the blood,-'instills UM
vigor of health into the system, and purges out the
tali - more whivli make disease. It stimulates the
healthy functions of the body and expels thefts..
orders that grow and rankle in the blood. Sue& •
remedy, that could be relied on,' has long beea
sou:rill for, and now, for the Mettle:lA the public
have one on which they can depend. - Our
here does not admit certificates to show its
but the trial of a single bottle will shew to the Malt
that it has virtues surpassing anything they han
Two tablespoonful of the Extract of Sarsaparß.
to added to a pint of water, is equal to the Lamm
Diet Drink, and une. bottle is fully equal to a gal-.
lon of the Syrup of Sarsaparilla, or the DecoctWV
as usually made.
97 - THESE EXTRACTS HAVE BEEN AD..
DIITTED TO USE IN THE UNITED STATES
ARMY, and are also in very general use in all tke
STATE HOSPITALS and PUBLIC SANITARY
INSTITUTIONS throughout the land, as well. as
in private practices and are, considered as intake.
See Medical Properties of Meas.
From Dispensatory of the United States;
See f'retessur DEWEES'S yaluabli worlDijou
the Practice of Physic.
See remarks made by the late celebrated Dr
See remarks made by Dr. EPHRAIM& XeDOINK.
ELL, a celebrated Physician, and Member of the
Royal College of *Surgeons, Ireland,and published,
in the transactions of the Singsand Queen's Jour.
See Medico-Chirugical Review, publiahed by
RENJAIVIIN TRAVERS, Fellow of Royal.oa
lege of Surgeons,
See most of the late Standard Works onilledij
Extract Roan, El 00 per bottle, or Et: in SR
" Sarsaparilla, $l. 00 per bottle, or Six fir E.
Delivered to any address, securely packso
Address letters for Information, to
Druz and C)iemioal liVareholtisia
Drug and Chemical Warebonso
594 BROADWAY, N.-Mi OR
594 BROADWAY, N. Y., OR
MEDICAL DEPOTi •
104 South Tenth Streel‘
BEWARE' OF COUNTERFEITS A.IND 117X1
Who endeavor . to. dispose of "their own" mad
“other" articles on the reputation attained by
GENUINE EXTRACT 'WORM
GE1g32.4 EXTRACT EULE.S.IIP ARIZON
GENUINE BOag WILBEfi
:`Bold: by all Druggists.
ASK FOR HELMBOLUS
IrirQnt out the advertisement and send for It an
avoid Imposition and exposure. mbleonlesdat