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MONUMENT TO GENERAL GRANT. Majol 4
Thomas has arranged a new visit to Vicksburg
in connection with Major-General McPherson,
to erect a monument to General Grant, in com
memoration of the siege of Vicksburg. The
Monument is a.pyramid, twenty feet high, sur
mounted with a fifteen-inch globe. On the
principal aide is a large American eagle, with
out-spread wings, which cover implements of
defence; in one claw it holds the laurel, and in
the other an American shield, and in its beak
a pennant, inscribed : "E. Pluribus Unum."
The eagle sustains on its wings the Goddess of
Liberty. On one side of the monument is in
scribed : "To the Memory of the Surrender of
Vicksburg, by Lieutenant-General J. C. Pem
berton to Major-General U. S. Grant, U. S.
A., on the 4th of July, 1863." On the other
side : "Site of the interview between Major-
General U. S. Grant,U. S. A., and Lieutenant-
General J. C. Pemberton, on the 3d of July,
1863." The monument was chiseled from the
best Italian marble by the designer, Mendelin
Meyer, .Ist Lieutenant, Company E, Ist Mis
souri Artillery, Ist Division of the 17th Army
Corps. On the space where the monument is
erected stood a large tree, under whose branches
the conference took place which resulted in
the surrender of Vicksburg. The tree long
ago disappeared, such relics as walking-canes,
rings, etc., having been made from its trunk,
and its roots even have been dug np to the
depth of six feet.
SAFETY OF Da. LIVINGSTONE.—The last
foreign mail settles the question of the safety
of Dr. Livingstone, the African explorer, who
was reported to have been killed by the natives
on the Zambesi. The British war-sloop Rapid
has brought a letter from Bishop Tozer, dated
at Murchison Falls (at the Luabo mouth of the
Zambesi River), on the 21st of December,
which states that Dr. Livingstone had come
back from his expeditioh up the country, and
arrived at the foot of the Murchison Felts in
November, and intended to come down
the river as soon as the waters rose sufficiently
to get the Pioneer down. Dr. Livingstone and
the Bishop and the party were well in health.
The mission party also intended to leave the
country, as it appeared an unsuitable field, and
would return to England by the Gape. The
Bishop and one of his clergymen, however,
were to visit the Governor of Mozambique.
These were all the• contents of the Bishop's
RAILROAD Accmmir.—On Saturday after
noon two trains came into collision on the
Lebanon Valley Branch, about four miles from
Reading, smashing up cars quite promiscuously.
One, a coal train, had been reversed, and ran
back to very near town. This train received
but alight injuries. The other was a cattle
train from the West, with nearly one hundred
cars. These were cut up badly. '
Since the above was in type we have been
informed that the train which reached this city
escaped in a most marvelous manner. The
engine had been entirely deserted by the whole
crew. Fortunately, Mr. W. H. Long saw the
train on its approaching Fourth street, and
jumped on the engine at Fifth street, and in
stantly shut off the steam. But for this timely
assistance damage to the amount of thousands
of dollars would have resulted.—Reading
REMAINS OF HENRY CULY.—The remains
of Henry Clay, says the Lexington (Ky.) Ob
server and. Reporter, after an interment of
twelve years, were removed last week,upon the
death of his wife, and placed side by side with
hers beneath the beautiful monument erected
to his memory in the Lexington Cemetery.
Connected with this event we may be permitted
to allude to a single fact. The wreath of int
snortelles placed upon his coffin by his friend,
the gifted poetess Mrs. Ann S. Stephens,prior
to the removal of the body from Washington,
was found to be in an almost perfect state of
preservation, being brit little faded, whilst a
gold ring, bearing the initials c‘J. W.," which
rested near the wreath, was as bright as though
just from a jeweler's store.
CIONCERT HALL—GRAND DONDE RT.
%) CHESTNUT street, above TWELFTH
The public are respectfully informed that a
Will be Riven by an unprecedented array of artists,
ON MONDAY EVENING, April 25, .1854.
First appearance of the young and highly suc
cessful prima donna,
MISS LAUB& HARRIS,
Who was received with the greatest enthusiasm
both in New York and Boston.
The Favorite Tenor.
First appearance of the celebrated Barytone,
From the Royal Italian Opera, Covent Garden,
MR. J. M. PATTISON,
The distinguished Pianist, and
MR. H. MOLLENHAUER
.SIG. J. NUN 0
A varied and brilliant programme will be pre
TICKETS ONE DOLLAR EACH.
Seats may be secured without extra charge at
Pugh's Book Store, corner of Chestnut and Sixth
streets. and at Leypoldt's Book Store, 1113 Chest
nut street. apt 1-34
at the ACADEMY OF MUSIC,
FOE THE BENEFIT OF THE SANITARY FAIR.
First day—FRIDAY EVENING, April
(translation by Schlegel and Bieck. )
DANIEL E. BANDMANN,
the renowned, Angio-German Tragedian,
Choice Actors from this city and abroad in the
Janke by the Germania Orchestra.
Prices of Admission—Parquet, Parquet Circle
and Balcony, 81. Family Circle, 50 cents. Am.
phitheatre, 25 cents.
SATURDAY EVENING , April 23, 1864,
- JAMES E. MURDOCH, Eeq.,
DANIEL E. BANDMANN, Eeq.
The following gentlemen and societies will assist
With a variety of Pictorial and lilnsical Enter
tainments and Performances:
EGMONT HARTMANN, Esq., of the German
Opera, the 13ERBIANIA ERA, the
GEBNAN GLEE CLUBS, and ORCH th ST e PHILA
DELPHIA. ARTISTS' CLUB.
Prices of Admission—Parquet, Parquet Orcle,
Balcony and Family Circle,
50 cents. Reserved
Seats, $l. Amphitheatre, 25 cents.
Tickets to be had of
• P. J. WILDBERGER;
1.34 South Third street.
Corner of Chestnut and Juniper streets, and
SCHAFER & BORAH',
W. corner Fourth and Wood streets. a.l
STREET OPERA NOUSE.
"THE FANCILY RESORT."
OARNOROSS AND DIXEY'S MINSTRELS,
THE GREAT STARTROUPE of the WORLD,
SELECT ETHPIAN SOIREES,
Bplendid Singing, Beau lO tiful Dancing, Laughable
Burlesques, Plantation Scenes, .kc., Zco. by
TWENTY TALENTED ARTISTS.'
EVERY EVENING THIS WEEK.
Tickets, 25 cents. Doors open at 7 o'clock.
1e18.2m5 S. L CARBORGSS, Business Manager.
iJ lan na
stramental Concert for the benefit of the
aiern. at CenttGre Ctral Fair" for the Sanitary Commis-
Musical Fund Hall, FRIDAY EVE
NING, April 29th, 1864. Signor rerelli respect
fully informs his friends and the public that he
Will be assisted on the above occasion by his best
pupils,ices who have kindly tendered their valuable
A large and. effective Orchestra, and a full chorus
of Ladles and Gentlemen will take part in the
Tickets Two Dollars each, to be had at all the
principal Music Stores.
FENNHYLVANIII B f IA E
ACADIRRy OF THE
105 Z CHESTNUT STREET.
I s dosed to prepare for the spri ng ._‘.1k...,...ui.u• itioa.
'W/11 open on the 25tRof April. -
ape By order Of the Committee on Exhibi '
riEo4l.lTht OBONESTRIL Reheat-
VI *els every SaturdJwatgm 0 ' cloak, P. NE at
tae BLUSIOAL FUND BA LL. Single ucket42 s
ern* packages of six tickets, $l. To be Lad at
1104 Chestnut street; J. B. Ekm o tu
1111Tratit mut Mutant, and at the ball 4113 a
RISLEY'S CONTINENTAL NEWS ES
Choice Seats to all places of amusement may be
had up to t3X o'clock any evening. mh17.1p5
THIRD AND LAST CONCERT OF THE
HANDEL AND HAYDN SOCIETY,
ASSISTED BY THE ENTIRE
GERMANIA ORCHESTRA, -
WEDNESDAY. EVENING, APRIL 27th, 1564,
MUSICAL FUND HALL,
COMMENCING AT EIGHT 0' CLOCK.
Tickets, FIFTY CENTS; to be had at J. E.
Gould's, S. E. corner Seventh and Chestnut sts.
-and at the door. ap2o
OVS...R'S CHESTNUT ST. T'liL•'A V it,E.—
UILEONAhD GROVER Manager
(Also of Grover's Theatre, Washington, D. U.)
THIS (Thursday) EVENING, April 21, 1961,
LAST NIGHT RUT
ONLY TWO OE' THE OPERA.
Most positively. of
Grand Romantic Opers, in five acts, by C. M.
Ottocar, Prince of Bohemia. M. Stein.cke
Max M. Rabelmann
Caspar M. Grad -
A gathe, Cuno'e Laughter.... ..... 11.1' Ile Friederici
Aurshen M'lle Canissa
Kilian M: Kronfeld
Cuno M. Lehman
Hermit_ M. TlrLhe
The Wild Hunter IH. Avogandi
Bridesmaids, Foresters, Peasantry, Apparitions,
CARL All SCHUTZ
Doors open at 7o' clock. Overture at 9
FRIDAY EVENING, April :22d,
LAST NIGHT BUT ONE OF THE SEASON.
At the urgent request of many patrons of the
Opera, who were unable to procure seats on Wed
nesday evening, second and last time of Goanod's
Saturday, April 2M—Anniyersary of Sbakspeare.
GRAND MUSICAL OELE BR cal.ON AND IL-
Last night, most positively, of the Opera Cora
pany—Grand Opera. from Shakspeare's
MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR.
Monday, April 25th, 1564,
Return of the LBAhIATIC Company.
BURLESQUE COLLEEN BAWN
Reserved Seats fer sale at Gould's Music Store,
and at the Box Office of the Theatre at the follow
ing SCALE OF PRICES.
Orchestra Seats. ....81 00
(No extra charge for reserving )
Dress Circle and Parquet 50
(25 cents extra for reserving seats. )
Family Circle 25
Private Boxes. - 10 00
A. BIRGFELD, Business Agent.
A - Nivea...Nur STREET THEATRE.
VW Lessihe Mrs. M. A. GARRETTSOM
THIS (Thursday) EVENING-, April 21, 1864,
Positively Last Night but Two of those very pop
THE WALLACH-DAVENPORT AT:Lis:NCB.
A Splendid. Bill Offered.
First time this Beftfont of. the beautiful drama,
entitled STILL WATERS RUN DEEP.
John .11111dmay, Mr. J. W. Wallack; Capt. Hawks.
ley, Mr. E L Davenport; Mrs. Sternhold, Mrs.
Farren. To conclude with the thrilling drama of
To-morrow, Benefit of J. W. Wallack. JANE
SHORE and OLIVER TWIST. Box Office open
from 9 till 3. Performance commences at
..4 . • to S.
MRS. JOHN DREW'S NEW ARCH STREET
THEATRE, ARCH street, above Sixth.
HOUSES CROWDED IN EVERY PART.
THE DRAMATIC HIT OF THE SEASON.
THIRD 'WEEK OF MRS. JOHN DREW.
Third week of ROSEDALE.
THIS (Thursday) EVENING-, April 21, iPS4,
ROSEDALE ROSEDALE- ROSEDALE; ;
Oil, THE RIFLEBALL.
With every Scene new. and a cast of
including every member of the company, and
Mrs. JOHN DRE W as Rosa Leigh.
Prices as usual. Doors open at 7 o' stock. Cur
tain rises at 7% o'clock. •
m LIED 0 CH'S READINGS.
PENNSYLVANIA SEAMEN'S FRIEND
SOCIETY FOR PROMOTING THE SOOIAL
AND MORAL IMPROVE NIENT OF SEAMEN,
AT HOME AND ABROAD.
The Managers of this useful and interesting So.
ciety are making efforts to raise funds for replir
in g, enlarging and refurnishin gftheir "HORSE FOR
SEAMEN.' 422 South FRONT street; where
Sailors coming to the Port of Philadelphia, may
be protected from imposition. and in addition 'to
the comforts of a home. have their moral and
spiritual welfare cared for. More than fifteen
thousand mariners have shared the privileges of
this institution since its establishment. The matter
having been represented to
JAMES E. MEritDOCH, Esq.
that gentleman has, in the most liberal manner
consented to help forward the good work by an
On. FRIDAY EVENING, April nil, 195%.
TO CONSIST OF
SCRIPTURAL AN U APPROPRIATE PATRI
Selections from the Sacred S Criptnres....Genesis.
The Hermit, Illustrating the power of the Creator,
The Story of Joseph and - his Brethren.... Genesis
New Orleans, (Subject, the Fight
of Farragnt's Fleet and the Rebel
Forte,) Geo. IL Boker.
Dlr. Murdoch will read this Poem for the first
time In public.
Brushwood—a Poem J Buchanan Read.
Gettysburg—a Poem.... Francis de Haes Janvier.
The Building of the Ship—a Poem.... Longfellow.
Commodore Turner, U. S. N. , has kindly con
sented to preside.
Many of the Clergy and Naval Officers are ex
pected to be present.
It is to be hoped a liberal response will be made
by the public to this appeal, as no class of men,
next to our soldiers, deserve sympathy and pro
tection more than those brave fellows who man
TICKETS, Nums'ERED, price FIFTY CENTS,
to be procured at Martien' s Book Store, 606 Chestnut
street, the Episcopal Book Store, 1224 Chestnut
street, and at the Society's Office, Bible House,
corner of Seventh and Walnut streets.
Donations for this object toi/l be also thankfully re
ARTHUR G. COFFIN, Esq.,President, Insu
rance Company of W. America, .12 Walnut street.
JOHN H. ATWOOD, Treasurer, 3. Walnut street,
and JOHN M. HARPER; Esq., Recording Sec
retary, 308 Chestnut street. apl4-7t§
A NNA E. DICKINSON
Will speak on
ACADEMY OF MUSIC,
THURSDAY EVENING, April 21, lE6ls
At .eight o' clock.
Admission 25 cents.
Reserved Seats 50 cents.
Tickets to be obtained - on and after Monday,
April lath, at Ashmead an Evans, 724 Chestnut
street, and at the Academy of Music. apls-6t*
CCASINO CASINO— CASINO—CHESTNUT
Street, above Sixth.
The Great Variety Entertainment.
EVERY NIGHT °"aim°h2sSillgeim"4
LUOKNOW SAUCE. —Notice to the Trade.
In consequence of the limited quantity of
Lucknow Chutney in the United States, the sub
scribers have found it necessary to decline selling
for the present more than one case of two dozen of
the Lucknow Sauce to any one person. Arrange
ments however, are in progress by which we ex:
pect soon to obtain from Calcutta an ample supply
of Chutney (that most indispensable ingredient in
the preparation of all good sauces), and hope to
have in the course of a few weeks, a enfticien
stock to supply the trade with any_quatitity they
may desire. JOSEPH B. BUSSIBB & CO.,Nos.
108 and 110 South Wharves.
DITIMAX MUSTARD. —The subscribers are
now receiving an invoice of this 'celebrated
English Mustard, the finest in the world, put
up in pound and half pound bottles, imported
and for sale by J. •W BUSSIER. ac 00.,
spll 108 and 110 South Wtiaahres.
THE DAILY EVENING BULLETIN PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY. APRIL 21 1864.
WHEELER &WILSO:N i S HIGHEST PREmtuld
,--". - 7) - s`l=i7s. - =` ,4- (77. , (7.,1„. ,- - ,
- "N' -- „A__: ~- 2 Q,___. , :-a•M ---x.-- -- 3- \.M.:-; 1 •"' . s*- 4 1
THE CHEAPEST, SIMPLEST, AND BEST.
....Salesrooms, 701 Chestnut &reet,..aborve 7th,
Kathairon is from the Greek word I , IlathrO,"
er eltathairo." signifying to cleanse, rejuvenate
and restore. This ar.icle is what its name signi
fies. For preserving, restoring and beautifying
the human hair it Is the most remarkable prepara
tion in the world. It is again owned and pat up
by the orig.nai proprietor, and is now made with
the same care, skill and attention which gave it a
sale of over one million bottles per annum.
It is a most delightful hair dressing.
It ei ad icates scurf 1, ud dandruff.
It keeps the head cool and clean.
It makes the hair rich. soft and glossy.
It prevents the hair from falling cor and tuna's'' ,
It restores hair upon bald heads
Any lady or gentleman Who valves a beautiful
head of hair should Like Lyon's Kathairon.
Iniowu and used throughout the ctviltzed world.
sold by all respectable dealers.
DMUS S. BARNES & CO., New York.
HAGAN'S MAGNOLIA BALM.
This Is the most delightful and extraordinary ar
ticle ever discovered. It changes the sun burnt
lace and bends to a pearly satin texture of ra
vishing beauty, imparting the. marble purity of
youth, and the dis.trivatt appearance so inviting in
the city belie of fashion. It removes tan, freckles,
pimples and ronghness of the skin, leaving the
complexion fresh, transparent and smooth. It
contains no material injurious to the skin.. Pa
tronized by Actresses and Opera Singers, It is
what every lady should have. Sold everywhere
Prepared by w. E. HAGAN, Troy, N.y;
Address all orders to
Demas S. Barnes & Co., New York.
Inimitable Hair Restorative.
BUL restores gray hair to Its original color. by sup
plying the capillary tubes with na.ural snete.
names., impaired by age or disease. All instanta
neous dyes are composed of lunar caustic, destroying
the vitality and beauty of the hair, and afford of
themselves no dressing. Heimshreet' a Inimitable
Coloring no: only restores hair to its natural color
by an easy process, but gives the hair a
promotes its growth, prevents its falling off,eratll
cates dandruff; anti impart_., health and pleasant
ness to the head. It has stood the test of time, being
the original Nair Coloring, and is constantly in
creasing in favor. Used by bath gentlemen and
ladles. It is sold by all respectable dealers, orcan
be procured by them of the commercial agents, B.
S. BABN ES & CO., iltr2 Broadway, New York.
Two sizes, 50 cents and Si.
Mexican Mustang Liniment.
The parties in St. Louis and Cincinnati, who
have been Counterfeiting the Mustang Liniment
under pretence of proprietorship, have been tho
roughly estopped by the Courts. To guard stains
further imposition, I have procured from the U.S
Treasury, a private steel plate revenue stamp,
Which is placed over the top of each bottle. Each
stamp bears the fec simile of my lgnatnre, and
without which the arucie is a Counterfeit, dan
gerous and worthless imitation. Examine every
bottle. This Liniment has been In use and grow
ing in favor for many years. There hardly exists
a'rtalet on tne habitable Globe that does not con
tai' evidence of its wonderful effects. It is the
best emollient in the world. With its present im
proved ingredients, its effects upon man and beast
are perfectly remarkable. Sores are healed, pains
relieved, lives saved, valuable animate made use
ful, and untold ills assuaged. For cuts, bruises,
sprains, rheumatism, swellings,bite-s t cuts,cakecl
breasts, strained horses, &c, it is a Sovereign Re
medy that should never be dispensed with. It
should be in every family. Sold by ail Druggists.
fele-twit s illentl D. S. BARNES, New York.
A FURTHER SUPPLEMENT TO AN OR
DINANCE ORGANIZING THE DEPART
MENT FOR SUPPLYING THE CITY WITH
WATER, APPROVED OCTOBER J, 1851.
bEcriox 1. The Select and Common Councils of
the City of Philadelphia do ordain, That from and
after the first day of January, 1 G 3, Me annual
salaries of the following omeera in the Depart.
ment for Supplying the - city with Water shall be
as followsz t
Chief Engineer, two thonsand'eight hundred
Register, two thousand dollars.
Chief Clerk, one thousand two hundred dollars
Permit Clerks, ono thousand dollars each. '
Purveyors,eight hundred and fifty dollars each
Inspectors, eight hundred dollars each.
Messenger, six hundred dollars
Clerk at Engineer's office, one thousand dollars.
Draughtsman, one thousand dollars.
Engineer at Fairmount Works, one thousand
Engineer at Fairmount Works (with house), nine
Assistant Englneara at Fairmount Works, six
Watchman at Fairmount Works, six hundred
Engineers at Delaware Works, one thousand
Firemen at Delaware Works, six hundred dol
Watchmen at Delaware Works, six hundred dol
Engineers at Schuylkill Works, nine hundred
dollars each (with holAes).
Assistant Engineers at Schuylkill Works', six
hundred dollars each.
Firemen at Schuylkill Works, six hundred dol
Watchman at Schnjlkill Works, flys hundred
dollars (with house).
Engineers at Twenty-fourth Ward Works, one
thousand dollars each,
Firemen at Twen -fonrthlWard Works, six him
dred dollars each.
Section 2. That the farther sum of nine thousand
one hundred dollars be and the same is hereby ap
propriated to items numbered 1,2, 3,4, 5,6, 7,3,
9, 19, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, '6, 17 and 1.-.; of an ordi
nance to make an.appropriation to the Department
for Supplying the city with ,WaterforlB64, ap
proved January 2.9, 1864, to pay the advance of
salaries herein made.
ALEX. J. HARPER,
President of Common Council.
Attest—BENJAMIN R. HAINES,
Clerk of Select Council.
President of Select Council.
Approved this eighteenth day of April, Ant. o Do
mini one thousand eight hundred and sixty four
(A. D. 1e114). ALEXANDER HENRY,
it Mayor of Philadelphia.
4 4 7 WRIGHT di SIDDALL
No: 119 2darket Street.
Between front and Second streets.. •
C. W. PiltiOn.r. P. H. arDDArs.
DRUGGISTS, PRYSIOLSNS_ i .11SD
Can find at our establishment a full as
sortment of Imported and Domestic Drags,
popular Patent Medicines, paints, onal
Oil, Window Glass, Prescription Vials,
etc.,at as low prices as genuine ant alma
goos can be sold.
FINE ESSENTIAL OILS -
for Confectioners, in full variety, and ox
the best quality.
Coohineal, Bengal Indigo, Madder, Pot=
ash, Cudbear, Soda Ash, Alum, Oil of
Vitriol, Annatto, Copperas, Extract of
Logwood, Zee. , FOR DYERS' use, always,
on hand, at lowest net cash prices.
PURE SPICES FOR FAMILY USE,
Ground expressly for our sales, and to
which we invite attention of those in want
of reliable articles.
Also, INDIGO, STARCH, MUSTARD, die.
of extra quality.
Orders by mall, or city post, win marl
with prompt attention, or special quota.
Ilona will be farulthed when requested.
WRIGHT A SIDDALL,
Wholesale Drug warehouse,
1-Iyrof No4lloMarket street. above Iran
WORSTED YARN.—Noe. 12 and 38 of
nor quality for sale by
1415. t, ittYrvfferr*TLAlvr wilay.T.B
FINEyIc.sLET POMADE. —AN INVOICIN
of treoblyMported Marrow Pomade sweetly
scented with Violeta, In 50 cent jars. HUBEI/Mb,
APOtheOexik 1410 Mutant stmt.
NOT A DYE
3.'C. STRAWBRIDGE & CO.,
(Formerly Clowperthwait & Co. )
HAVE NOW OPEN,
A fine assortment of Black Silks;
Small Plaid India Silks.
Plain, Striped, and Plaid Poplins.
Superior Black and Colored Alpacas,
Pink, Blue, and Buff Brilliants.
Pink, Blue, and Buff Percales. '
Striped and Figured French Chintzes.
SHAWLS, SHAWLS, SHAWLS.
100 Lama Wool Shawls, from $2 Kit° $2.
100 Mozambique « $3 to $7.
100 Silk Check , $4 to 8 9 .
100 Black Stella 4 , $2 50 to $2O.
We still have an immense stock of
COTTON AND LINEN
SHEETINGS AND BHIRTINGI3.
500 dozen Towels and Napkins.
A full line of Barnesby Table Linens.
The celebrated Power and liand-LooM Table
Huckaback, Birdeye and Diaper.
Lancaster, Manchester and Honey-
Pink, Blue, and White Marseilles.
Counterpanes and Quilts,
Cloths, Cassimeres and Cloakings.
A full assortment of Sackings.
A full assortment of Cloths and Cassimeres
A full assortment of Boys' wear.
At Wholesale and Retail,
N. W. coiner Eighth and Market Sts
jal4-th sa to tiyl
ATWOOD, RALSTON & CO.,
DIAIKTACTURERS AND WILOLIMA24
Mattings, dr,o., are.
Warehouse, 619 Chestnut Streit
616 Javree Street. WI/ 41:111
1864. SPRING 1864.
GLEN ECHO MILLS,
M'CALLUM & CO.,
Manufacturers, Importers and Whet.
OIL CLOTHS, &o.
Warehouse, 509 Chestnut it.,
Opposite Independence Hall.
M'CALLUM & CO.
Beg leave to inform the piabllo that they ha's
teased the old established Carpet Store,
No. 519 CHESTNUT STREET,
Opposite Independence Hall e
A BETAIL DKPARTIERNT.
Where they are now opening
A NEW STOCK,
IMPORTED AND AMERICAN CARIPBTS,
Embracing the choicest patterns of
ROYAL WILTON, T STRY OAR
VELVET, BRUSSELS OABPRTI
Together with a full assortment of everything
pertaining to the Carpet Business. Ja3o-3m
The subscriber has just received a well-selected
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN
FOR SPRING TRADE.
mhll3.kin 832 !MOH Street, below Ninth:
BLENDS AND SHADES
- 13. J. WILLIAMS,
!h. 16 NORTH SIXTH STREET,
si-The Largest and Finest assortment in Meat/
at the Lowest prices.
Mr Repairing promptly attended to. -
wirStore Shades Lettered. side
REDUCITION IN THE PRICE OF CO K E.—
In accordes ce with a resolution of the Board
of Trustees, passed on the 25th inst. , the price of
Coke from the Market Street and Spring Garden
Gas Works, has been reduced to 10 cents per
bushel, and from the Point Breeze and Miutayunk
Works to 9 cents per bushel.
JNO. 46. CRESSON, Uhler. ElleneeC•
PriADA. GAB WoPasoNaFoll 29, Bet. mb2B-1a
itHIP heretofore existing between the underii
signed, under the firm of 00WPERTIL WAIT it
00.,'iS this day dissolved by mutual consent.
JOSEPH COWPERTHWAIT, JR./
• .TUSTUS O. STRAWELEUDGE.
Frio:mem: 19, 1864.
J. COWPERTH WAIT & CO
Would inform their friends, and the public gen
erally, that they continue the• Dry Goods has!.
ness at their
S. E. CORNER NINTH AND ARCH STREETS,
and would call the attention of buyers to their
Irrge and extensive
- STOCK OF COTTONS.
• Comprismg all the popular makes, such as
New York Mills, I Williamsville,
White Rock, Wanregan.
Bern per Idem, Housekeeper, Ac.
Together with all the best makes of 5-4, 6-4 ;ind
10.4 Simetings, both
BLEACIED AND UNBLEACHED. '
OUR STOCK OF. LINENS, comprising
Will be offered at prices which will command
he attention of those in want of such gooes.
Our assortment is now complete, and in and price, we e efy competition.
SHAWLS of all descnphons, adapted to the
B a A f t c %
, crn K SILKS, all widths and qualities, which
will behold at very LOW PRICES.
pT L INDIA SI T.IN, in all colors, extra
width, very cheap.
Great bargains in
Gi ve es a call, and we will convince you that
we still maintain our reputation of selling the best,
goods at the lowest prices.
SOUTHEAST CORNER NINTH AND AR.CI/1 4.
J. COWPERTHWAIT & CO.
rah2l-th, s. tu, to jyl
Ready for Delivery,
And All Other Government Securities,
FOR BALE BY
E.W. CLARK & CO.,
No. 35 South Third street.
a i m 60
U. S. 10-40 t
JAY COOKE di CO.
Offer for Bale the
NEW GOVERNMENT LOAN,
BEARING FIVE PER CENT. INTEREST IN
COIN, redeemable any time after TEN YEARS at
the pleasure of the Government, and payable
FORTY YEARS after date.
BOTH COUPON AND REGISTERED
BONDS are issued for this Loan of same denomi
nations as the 5-20' a. The in:erest on sso' a and
6100's payable yearly; on all other denominations,
half yearly. The 10-40 Bonds are dated March 1,
1564. The hall-yearly interest falling due Septem
ber Ist and March let of each year; until let Sep
tember, the accrued Interest from lat of March is
required to be paid by purchasers in cony or in
Luster. CUSR2NOY, adding fifty per cent. for pre
mium until further notice.
ALL OTHER GOVERNMENT SECURITIES
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
raln.)9-tt,rp§ 114 SOUTH THIRD STREET.
BANKERS., ` 4
Exchange on England, Frans. imi
7 8-10---5-20 Loan and Coupons,
CHECKS AND VOUCHXRB,
American and Foreign Gold.
STOCKS AND LOANS,
BOUGHT AND SOLD
orOrders by Mail attended to. d3-/7
DUE IST MAY,
OItIMELS BY MAIL Oa Exraaas Almost) To.
apl4.lm§ DREXEL db CO.
/ .. 4 7 No. 16
SOUTH THIRD ST., li t
e#BANKERS &BROKERS. )0 4
SPECIE, STOCKS, 'a
Quartermasters' Vouchers and 11100k13;
BOUGHT AND BOLD.
GERMANTOWN • PHARMACY.
CHARLES L EBERLE. •
PHARIRAMUTIOAL CHEMIST AND DZALp.
ER IN SPEOIALTIES- rabis-tn&th
ARDWARE AND TOOLS,
H NAILS AND SASH
WEIGH ( TS,
. PULLEYS ES an h
Ibriale VERY CHEAP FOR OASH, abas
This Bank has been authorized and is now pre
pared to receive subscriptions to the
NEW GOVERNMENT LOAN.
This Loan, issued under authority of an act of
congress approved March 3, 1861, provides for the
issue of Tvio "Hundred Millions of Dollar
($200,060,060) United States bonds, redeemable
after ten years, and payable forty years from date,
IN coin, dated March 1, 1861, bearing interest a
the rate of •
5 PER CENT.
per annum IN COIN, payable semi-annually on at
bolds over 8100 and on Bonds of $lOO and less,
Subscribers will receive either Registered or
Coupon Bonds as they may prefer.
REGISTIMED BONDB will be issued of the denomi
nations of fifty dollars, (8500 one - hundred dollars,
(8100,) five hundred dollars, (8500,) one thousand
dollars, ($1,000,) five thousand dollars„ (85,000,)
and ten thousand dollars, (810,003). Cotrroif
BOisns of the denominations 01 fifty dollars, (850,)
one hundred dollars, (8100,) five hundred dollars,
($500,) and one thottsand dollars, ($1,000.)
will commence from 'date of subscription, or the
accrued interest from the first of March can be
paid in coin, or, until further notice, in 11. S.
notes or notes of National Banks, adding (50) fifty
per cent. to the amount for premium.
COUPON EONDS NOW READY FOE. D.
C. E CLARK,
SUBbCRIPTIONS TO THE
Received by the
SECOND NATIONAL BANK
OF PHILADELPHIA, AT
This Bank has been designated by the SECRE
TARY OF THE TREASURY at a
DEPOSITORY OF THE PUBLIC MONEYS,
OB THE. ITRITED STATES,
And authorized to receive subscriptions to the
NEW UNITED STATES LO AN, be at ing Interest
at the rate of
FIVE PER CENT.
per annum IN COIN. Bonds from 850 to 810, WO.
Interest to commence either with the date of the
bonds. March let, IS6I, or at the date of subsolip
tion, at the option of the subscribers.
WILLIAM H. RHAWN,
apl3-Imo CASHIER. -
Fourth National Bank
With the Privilege of Increasing to
WM. P. HAMM, President.
ALBERT C. ROBERTS, Vice President.
SAMUEL M.AckIULLA.N, Cashier.
Win P. Hamm, !William Brooke,
Albe 0. Roberts. D. W. Bradley,
James 0. lielsh. John Fareira,
William S. Staley.
The FOURTH NATIONAL BANK IS NO •
723 Arch Street,
for the transaction of a general banking busbies%
upon the usual terms.
Collections made on all points at the very lowest
Subscriptions received for the United States
SAMUEL J. XsaIYEULLAN.
COMMiSSi6II Paper Warehouse.
FARRELL, IRVING & CO"
1510 MINOR STRERT
Manufacturers of ROLL WRAPPERS, DOVIILE
and TINGLE MEDIUM; CAP and CROWN
MANILLA, on hand, or made to order.
Highest price paid for Bbpe in large or small
SPRING OF 1864.
EXTENSIVE OLOTIHNG HOUSE,
Nos. 303 & v 305 Chestnut street,
ra The facilities of this house for doing
dently claim for it the leading position r e „
CO among the Tailoring Establishments of d i
As Philadelphia. They, therefore, invite
0 the attention of gentlemen of taste to VI
their superb stock of BEADY-ELS.DE Ora
z CLOTHING, out by the best artists, •
trimmed and made, equal to Ctuatomer
: 7 4 .016
Popular Prices. t=l
a They have also musty added a 0178-
TOM DEPARTMENTwhere the latest f i lt
0 novelties may be found embracing
1 ;" -come fresh from London and Paris.
PEMY ik CO.,
808 and 806 Chestnut st.
Cistern Depaitment, 303 Chestnut st, -