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Mil of this coal will secure your custom. Send
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Dr. Bad war s Medicines are sold Dy Druggists
everywhere. RADWAY do CO.,
87 Malden Lane, New York.
THE TATTERED FLAG.
BY THE BARD OP TOWNE HALL.
I saw return a soldier band,
To visit scenes of peace again:
And who their sunburnt ranks that scanned
Would think not of their comrades slain"!
They held displayed a banner fair,
On which was traced each battle's name
In whose red field ' twas their's to share
The toile, the perils and the fame.
But oh, this spoke not half so clear
As did the flag that next was borne—
Their injured country's ensign dear,
All scorched and rent, defaced and torn!
There is . no flag so rich, so bright,
Or with adornments half so fair
As that which does from out the fight
The most of rents and tatters bear.
But otherwise it is with forms
Of men who tread the peaceful street,
And ne'er exposed to conflict's storms,
Have no excuse not to be neat.
Their glory lies in looking nice,
And to look thus is in the power
Of all as long as at small price
Such clothes are sold at BENNETT' S TowEn
The largest and best assortment of Clothing in
Philadelphia, equal in all respects to any made
to measure, from which all can be fitted accu
rately, whatever be their size or proportions.
518 Market street,
BENNETT ,Sc 00.
ETEAM-BOILER EXPLOSIONS-A SUGGES.
To the Editor of the Evening Bulletin:
WIMINGTON, April 27, 1864.—k your edi
tion of Monday, in giving an account of and
commenting upon the unfortunate occurrence
at Cornelius & Baker's, you very properly ask
Tor a thorough and scientific investigation of
the matter to ascertain its cause.
If the boilers in all the recent cases of the
kind were new, it might be supposed the iron
was of inferior quality, being made in a time
of very great demand at high prices. Bat
some or them were at least three years old.
The facts mentioned in the report are not
sufficient basis for. a definite opinion; but as
far as they go, they indicate the "spheroidal
state of water" as a very possible cause of the
explosion. Every one who has dropped water
on ahot stove has seen water in its "spheroidal
state." The globules prevented from actual
contact by the high temperature of the metal,
goes dancing over the surface of the stove
(without any steam forming) until a cooler spot
is found, or the temperature is sufficiently re
duced, when, contact recovering, the whole
globule is instantly converted into vapor, with
a slight explosion.
Now sisly-five pounds pressure seems hardly
sufficient to produce all the effects mentioned
in the report. But if, by afresh, hot fire in a
"boiler "previously cleared of steam," yon
throw the water into its "spheroidal state,"
then cool the boiler down again (as may have
occurred from the use of the injector) so that
contact is resumed, you have the same effect
as from the ignition of an equal quantity of
In the first case you convert a liquid instantly
- and entirely into a state _of vapor, thereby
enormously and suddenly increasing its volume;
while in the latter case, you convert solids in
stantly, but not entirely into the gaseous state,
with the same result.
I have known at least one narrow escape
from explosion from' the ignorance of a fire
man concerning this condition of water, and
the danger was only averted by the timely die
' covery and presence of mind of his superiors
in the establishment.
I hope, in the investigation, this point may
not be overlooked, as it is, perhapr one of the
greatest dangers, because generally least un
derstood or looked for by engineers or firemen
in their daily avocations. “Ganges” and
4 4safety-valves" are of little account when it
Amagnificent mansion is about to be built
in Paris by Baron Rothschild. It will cost
itearly.four millions of francs..
; The Ilse of baschish has just been officially
condemned in Turkey, and the sale; under the
severest penalties'is prohibited.
A French physician recommends essence of
turpentine as a specific for nervous headache
and hemicrania, even when accompanied by
vertigo, to which females are especially subject.
THE DAILY EVENING BuLLETIN: PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY; APRIL 30; 1864.---TRIPLE SHEET
FROM 2713 ARMY OF THE CUMBERLAND.
[Correspondence of the . Oincinnett Uomm.ercial.]
CHATTANOOGA, April 24.—The recent order
from Gen. Sherman, that rations are no longer
to be issued to citizens, has created intense
feeling among the Tennesseeans, whose fami
lies will be immediately affected by it. It is
well known here in the army, that so great has
been the tax upon the Government Commis
sary, by the feeding of destitute citizens, that
it has been found impossible to collect supplies
ahead. The Government facilities for trans
portation are very limited, and so much of the
•supplies have been distributed to Citizen's that,
with what the army consumes, supplies are
used up about as fast as they arrive. The army,
this summer, will be removed far in advance of
its base of supplies, and it is absolutely neces
sary for its salvation, that supplies should be
husbanded at some point of easy access. The
Government cannot feed citizens apd the army
too. The former must depend upolitheir own
resources, or the Government must starve its
That there will be wide-spread suffering and
starvation in TOnnessee this summer, there is
no doubt. Thousands of families, whose male
members are serving in the Union ranks, are
to-day in a starving condition, with no hope of
obtaining relief, and no means for putting in a
crop. The only hope left them is in the bounty
of the North. If the East Tennessee Relief
Association is supported by large donations,
these gaunt and hungry Unionists may escape
the starvation that now threatent.
Yesterday I visited the 4th Army Corps for
the first time since its departure from Knox
ville, in November last, and found General
Howard, the newly appointed commander,
busily engaged in the details of putting the
corps in a condition for active summer work.
He is an energetic commander,fully conversant
with all the duties pertaining to so responsible
a position, and already has become quite
popular in the corps. Lieutenant-Colonel
Fullerton, General Granger's old and tried A.
A. General, has been retained by Gen. Howard
as A. A. G. of the corps.
In my perambulation,l met the brave
Harker, whose distinguished gallantry on so
many fields, as commander of a brigade, the
President and Congress has just rewarded by
conferring upon him a star.
Major-General Newton recently assigned to
the command of the 2d Division,43n Monday
took command, relieving Gen. Waggoner, of
Indiana, who was in tempory command. He
is an officer with a good record, and will make
a worthy successor to the brave Major-General
Surgeon Phelps, of Ohio,
who has so long
acted as Medical Director of the 4th Corps, has
been ordered by the War Department to report
to Gen. Meade tor assignment to daty with the
Army of the Potomac.
Captain Calbaugh, of the 51st Ohio,Gen.
Granger's Corps Provost Marshal, has ben re
tained in that position under Gen. Howard.
A few days ago a General officer was in the
company of a number of ladies, near Athens.
Among those present was the wife of .the rebel
General Vaughn. The conversation turned
upon the peace party of -the North.
"General," said Mrs. V., "we are greatly
pleased with theprospect of dissentious in the
North. The De ocracy are true to the South,
and you can't I), vent them speaking."
"Well, Mada6aa;" was the reply, ""you are
welcome to all the comfort you derive from the
course of the peace party, whose ravings will
have about the same effect upon the policy of
the Government, in the suppression of the re
bellion, as the barking of curs at a railroad
train." ' •
“Well, nevertheless, we like to see such de
clarations as those of Messrs. Harris and Long.
It shows that the North is divided, and the
Democracy the friends of the South.. Mr. Long
talks like a patriot. Oh, how I would like to
see him. I would give him a dozen kisses for
that speech! What do you think of him, Gen
eral? Is he not a fearless, brave man ?”
"What do I think of him, Madam ? That he
ought to be hung on the highest lamp-post in
I would recommend Aleck to visit the Con
federacy. Go to Dixie, dear Aleck. A feast
of nectar awaits thee, and thousands of fair
arms are akimbo to clasp your precious form to
tiPt.',OIAJL, NOT CEb
Railroad Company, Off*, 227 South Fourth
street. Philadelphia, April 441E41.—V , e Annual
Meeting of the Stockholders iit this, company and
an election for President and: 4 'ix Managers will
take place at the office of the 'ripsaw on MON
DAY, the 2d day of May next at -• ,4
o' clock, AI. •
apsimy2§. W. H WEHH.,Secretary.
ca. NOTICE.—THE GER i.RD LIFE IN
SURANCE ANNUITY AND TRUST
VOMPANY OF P HIL &DELP HlA..—The annual
election for Fourteen Manugera of the Company
will be held agreeably to the Charter. at their
No. 40S CHESTNUT Street, on MONDAY,
the 2d day of May next, between the hoixra of 10 A.
M. and 12 M. noon. ' JNO. F. JAMES,
NOTloE.—appitcation will be made for
the issue of new certificates in the Ontona
gon Mining Company, of Michigan, the following
certificates having been lost or mislaid: No. 259,
50 shs.; No. 056, 10 shs. • No. 358, 30 shs.• No. 911,
3,000 shs.; No. 413, 1,004 shs.; and N 0.416,450 she.
911 in the name of
ap9. s-w- CLEMENT MAROH.
arUNITED STATES CHRISTIAN COM
MISSIOti. —SUMMARY TO JANUARY
Work now in Progress in the Army at Rest—
Christian Commission Stations largely Increased
in Number—The Work Abundantly Prospered—
Many more Statior.s needed to meet the wants of
the Army—Unprecedented Call for Delegates and
Supplies—Preparations for the Coming Campaign,
with its Movements and Battles.
The Christian Commission depends mainly upon
direct contributions, and must not be forgotten by
Loyal Christian People.
INCREASING WANTS DEMAND IN.
OR EASED .LI BERALITY
IP Receipts of Money, Stores, ac., to January 1,
1864 , Sl,ll B , 003 94.
Number of Boxes of Stores, &c., shipped to the
field or distributed at home, 16,330.
Number of Delegates sent, 1, 563.
Copies of Scriptures distributed, 568,275; Hymn
and Psalm Books, 502, 556; Knapsack Books, 1, 370, -
318,• Library Books, 43,163; Pamphlets, 155.145;
Religions Newspapers, 3,316,250; Pages of Tracts,
22, 930,428, Silent comforters, 4,115.
The United States Christian Commission has
seized the present golden opportunity of rest for
the Army to extend its work for the good of the
STATIONS have been multiplied, each with its
chapel and store tents, free writing tables,
clothing, comforts and reading matter for gra
VOLUNTARY DELEGATES, in numbers
greater than ever before, have been sent to preach
the Gospel at the stations and in regiments, bat
teries and camps without Chaplains, distribute
reading matter and stores, and labor for the good
of the Soldiers.
A PERMANENT FIELD AGENCY has been
sufficiently extended to establish stations and
superintend the work.
THE BLESSING OF GOD rests signally on all
parts of the work. Many thousands have. been
cheered, benefited and saved. Still a large part
of the Army remains nnreached, and double the
number, both of stations and delegates, are needed
to meet the urgent demand for them.
The Christian uommissionoffers to the people a
perfectly reliable and wonderfully economical
channel to reach the entire army in all its various
fields. The money given goes in full measure, in
benefits for body and soul, directly to the Soldiers;
and stores also, immediately from the hands of
delegates from home, who add words and deeds of
kir dness to the gifts when bestowed.
Let the people give the Money and. Stores, and
the work will be dono.
Thetlarge corps of Delegates now in the field
will serve as a grand corps of relief when the
armies shall move and battles be fought, and the
greater their number the more prompt and effec
tive will be the relief they shall render. •
Let not the present work languish. Wait not
• for the cry of the wounded and dying before pro
Send now and sent abundantly both money and
stores, and the soldiers' blessing shall be upon
yo Send miolev'to JOSEPH PATTERSON, Trea
surer, at Western Bank, and stores to •
GEORGE H: STUART,
Chairman Christian Cimmission,
Bo No. 13 BANK street, Philadelphia.
.. m r s-if lannuart, Secretary
United States 0. 0
A DIVIDEND OF T WO AND. A. a a.LF
PER CENT. on the COMMON STOCE. of
the Elmira and Williamsport Railroad Company
will be paid on and alter the SECOND DAY OF
MAY, at the Pent, sylvania Railroad Company's
Building, Room No. 1, corner of THIRD street
and "WILLING'S ALLEY, by GEORGE
TABER Agent fer the Pennsylvania Railroad
April 26, 1864
WOFFICE OF THE AMERICAN FIRS
INSURANCE COMPANY, No. 210 WAL
street. —A general meeting of the Stock
holders in the American Fire Insurance Company
will be held agreeably to Charter, on MONDAY,
the 2d day of May next, at 12 o' clock M.
The Annual Election for Directors will take
place immediately thereafter.
A. O. L. CRAWFORD, Secretary.
April 21st, 1E64. ap2l-th as tn-50
ITTOEFICE OF THE SRICKSHINNY
COAL AND IRON COMPANY, 230
WALNUT street, April 25, 186.1. •
Notice is hereby given to the Holders of the
SEVEN. PER CENT. MORTGAGE BONDS of
this company, that the Coupons due May Ist. 1064,
will he naid on the 30th April, on presentation at
the Bank of Commerce, free of t'tate, or National
Tax. GEORGE HELMUTH,
THE WARD BOUNTIES—A MEETINGOF THE DELEGATES FROM THE
( 19ED BOUNTY COMMITTEES will be held
on SATURDAY EVENING next,. the 30th inst.,
at 8 o' clock, in Dis - rict Court Room, No. 2, South-
east corner of SIXTH and CHESTNUT Streets.
A fall attendance from all the Wards is requested,
as business of importance will be brought before
- DANIEL STEINMETZ, President.
Jona R. V.e.a.zwrintr., Sec' y. ap2o-2t§
orJ. WAGNER JEdMON, ESQ., of Phila
delphia, has, by request, consented to speak
every evening during the month of MAY, com
mencing on the 10th inst. , throughout the States
of Pennsylvania and New Jersey, upon the sub
ject of PATRIOVISM AND THE PRESENT
REBELLION. The proceeds of each Lecture to
De equally divided between the Great Sanitary Fair
and the families of Soldiers now in their country's
service. Letters of invitation addressed to him at
his Office, 625 WALNUT Street, will receive
prompt attention. ap29 "it*
n; HILTON'S CEMENT. Tne Insoluble
Cement of the Iffessrs Hilton Brothers is cer
the best article of the kind ever invented.
It should be kept in every manufactory, workshop
and house, everywhere. By its use many dollars
can be saved in the run of a year. This Cethent
cannot decompose or become corrupt, as its combi
nation is on scientific principles, and under no cir
cumstances or change of temperature will it emit
any offensive smell. The various uses to which it
can be successfully applied renders It invaluable
V, all elsumma For Dartlnulars now sulvartlawmAnt
Ur-Fiuk, 1301:1L4111AN OONI
PANY OF MICHIGAN, No. 132 WAL
NUT street, PHILADELFHIA. April 14th, 664.
Notice is hereby given that an Assessment of
ONE DOLLAR AND FIFTY CENTS per Share
on each and every share of the Capital btock has
this day been called by the Board of Directors of
the Bohemian Mining Company, due and payable
at the Office of the Company, No. 1:12 WALNUT
street, Philadelphia, on or before the 15th day of
By order of the Board of Directors.
api4tmyls¢ WM. L. MACTIER, Sec' y.
a i r ,. LIBRARY COMPANY.—The annual
, election of directors and a treasurer of the
ritrary Company of Philadelphia, will be held at
the Library, on MONDAY, the 2d day of May
neat, at 3 o' clock in the afternoon, when the trea
surer will attend to receive the annual payments.
As there axe several shares on which fines are
due, the owners of them, or their representatives,
are hereby notified that they will be forfeited,
agreeably to the charter and laws of the Company,
unless the arrears are raid oft - on or before the 24
day ox May, or within ten days thereafter.
WM. E. WHITMAN, Secretary.
No hooks will be given out or received on that
afternoon. spit- s-t u-th_tray2l
TTPENNSYLVANIA ALININt* COMPA
NY OF MICHIGAN.—Notice is hereby
that an Installment of Two Dollars per
Share on each and every Share of the Capital Stock
in the Pennsylvania Mining Company of Michi
gan, has this day been called by the Board of
Directors of said Company, due and payable at
the Office of the Company, No. 3 2 6 WALNUT
street, Philadelphia, on or before the sth day of
April, 1E64. Interest will be charged on all Install
=tents after the same shall have become due.
By order or the Board of Directors.
S. M. DAY. Secretary.
PHILA.. March 23.1664. trth..Z -'2t. a. tn. th, ne
PhNNSYLV ANL& R 4.ILROAD COM
PANY, TREASURER'S DEPARTMENT.
—PHILADELPHIA, April 20, 1e64.
NOTICE TO STOUR HOLDERS- —The Board
of Directors have this day declared a semi-annual
dividend of FIVE PER CENT. on the capital
stock of the Company, clear of national and State
taxes, payable on and after May 16, 1e64.
Blanks powers of Attorney for collecting divi
dends can be had at the office of the Company,
N 0.9 South Third street.
Stock and Scrip certificates for the extra.
dividend will be ready for delivery on and atter
May2d, but no stock or script certificates will be
delivered between the 15th 11ay and Ist June.
ap2l.tiei THO. T. FIRTH, Treasurer.
fr-ga. PHILADELPHIA AND READING
Railroad Company, Office 227 South Fourth
nfeet. PHILADELPHIA. September 3,
DIVIDEND NOTICE. —The following named
persons are entitled to a Dividend on the common
stick of this Company. The residence of several
of them is unknown, and it us therefore necessary
that the Certificates of Stock should be presented
on calling for the Dividend.
S. BRADFORD, Treasurer.
Timothy C. Boyle, Henry B. Sherer,
S. Lancaster, Andrew Turner,
John Mclntyre, Mrs. Rebecca Ulrich.
Benjamin F. Newport, fe•26.tf Q
WTREASURY DEPARTMENT —Oppion
OF COXPTAOLLBS OF THB GOREN-NOT,
Asum:4mq, Feb. 26th, 1E64.
Whereas, By satisfactory evidence presented to
the undersigned, it has been made to appear that.
the Fourth National Rank of Philadelphia, in the
eounty of Philadelphia.; and State of Pennsylva
nia, has been duly organized under and according
to the requirements of the act of Congress, entitled
"an act to provide a national currency, secured
by a pledge , of United States stocks, and to provide
for the circulation and redemption thereof," ap
proved February 25th, 1863, and has complied
with all the provisions of said act required to be
complied with before commencing the business of
Now, therefore, I, Hugh McCulloch, Comptrol
ler of the Currency, do hereby certify that the
FOURTH NATIONAL BANE OF PHILADEL
PHIA, county of Philadelphia, arid State of Penn
sylvania, is authorized to commence the business.
of Banking, under the act aforesaid.
In testimony whereof; witness my hand and seal
of office, this twenty-sixth day of February. 1864.
Comptroller of the Carrency.
OR AND LIVE! A WORD TO THE WISE
.All diseased conditions, both acute and chronic,
where there is vitality enough left to react, are
permanently cured, by warrantee, at 1220 Walnut
street, Philadelphia, and in case of a failure in
most obstinate maladies,no charge is made, Elec
trical Institution, established about five years ago
by Professor BOLLES. Read the following:
A class of maladies prevails to a fearful extent
dooming 100,100 youths, of both
sexes. annually to an early grave. These diseases
are very imperfectly u.nderstodd. Their external
manifestations or symptoms are nervous debility,
relaxation, and great exhaustion, marasmus, or
Wasting and consumption of the tissues of the
'whole body, shortness of breathing, or too hurried
breathing on ascending a hill or flight of stairs,
palpitation of the heart, asthma, bronchitis; and
a dry, sore throat, trembling and • shaking of
the arms and lower limbs, aversion to society,
business, and to study: sometimes dimness of
the -eyesight, loss of memory, dizziness of
the head, neuralgia, pain in various parts of the
body, pains in the back and lower limbs, lum
bago, dyspepsia4constipation of the bowels, de-.
ranged secretions of the kidneys, and many other
glands of tWbody, producing- virulent diseases in
both males and females, - likewise epilepsy, hys
teria, and different forms of nervous spasms.
Now, then, ninety-nine cases out of every hun
dred of all the above named diseases, and a host of
others not named, as consumption of the lungs or
of the spinal nerves, have their origin in the pelvic
viscera, hence the want of success by any of the
old medical systems of practice.
All the above-named maladies are treatedand
cured by Professor Bolles, at 12 20 Walnut street.
DISEASES OF FEMALES.
Prolapsus Uteri, Lencorrticea, Amenorrlacea,
Dysmenorrhoea. All the above diseases and other
Uterine complaints have their origin in a loss of
the vital power of the body,brotight on by injuries,
excesses, sedentary habits, personal abuses, abor
tions, and the nee of - powerful medicines. Some
of the peculiar symptoms are dragging pains
through the hips and back, weakness of the limbs,
and extreme languor and debility throughout the
entire system The effects produced from these
troublesome maladies are almost multitudinous.
Consumption, Dyspepsia, Ne ura l— a,
Deafness, Blindness, Fits, Insanity and even
'ldiocy are not uncommon.
No effectual or reliable remedy. has ever been
found for these alarming complaints till our late
discovery in the nsekof Electricity in strict accor
dance with the positive and 'negative polar action
of the Uterine Organs. We never failed in curing
all of the above diseases, , except in case of or
ganic derangements, or severe injuries of the parts.
At 1220 WALNUT sire t Philadelphia. Con
sialtation free apl4-Im*
C)T N F
SHIP eretofore existing between the under 4
signed, under the firm of COWPERTH WAIT &
cO., is this day dissolved by mutual consent.
• JOSEPH 00WPE'RTHWA.IT, 3E.,
JUSTUS C. STRAWBRIDGE.
Faimumey 19 - , 1864.
3. COWPERTHWAIT & 'CO.,
Would inform their friends, and the public gen
erally, that they will continue the'Dry Ctood s bust.
ness at their.
S. E. COHNER NINTH ANDAIWIUSTREETS I
and would call the attention of buyers to their
lrrge and extensive
STOCK OF COTTONS,
ComPrlsmg all the popular makes, such as
New York Mills, Williamsville,
Wamsutta, I Forestdale,
;White Rock Wauregan,
Semper Idem, HouselFeePer,
Together with all the best makes of 5-4, 64 and
10.4 Sbeetings, both
BLEAOLIED AND UNBLEACHED.
OUR STOOK OF LINENS, comprising
Will be offered at prices which will command
he attention of those in want of such gooeic,
Our assortment is now complete, and in variety,
style and price, we defy competition. -
SHAWLS of all descriptions, adapted to the
BLACK SILKS, all widths and qualities, which
will be sold at very Low PRICES.
PLAID INDIA BILKS, in all colors, extra
width, very cheap.
Great bargains in
W=A=L n q , !U
Give us a call, and we will convince you that
we still maintain our reputation of selling the best
gouda at the lowest prices.
SOUTHEAST CORPHIL N B.DE ER NINTH AND ARCH.
J. COWPERTHWAIT & CO.
mh24-th, s.tn, to .y 1
J. C. STRAWBEDSE & CO.ll
SHAWLS, SHAWLS, SHAWLSI
100 Lama Wool Shawls, from 82 50 to 89.
100 Mozambique 83 to 87.
100 Silk Cheek to 89.
100 Black Stella 0( $2 50 to 820.
We still hays an immense stock of
: =II 10 ' ASD .1 :Or' ‘ C4:-..
500 dozen Towels and Napkins.
41. full line of Bitziesby Table Linens.
The celebrated Power and -Hand-Loom Table
Hnckaback, Birdere and Diaper.
Lancaster, Manchester and Honey-
Pink, Blue, and White Marseilles.
Counterpanes and qualm.
Cloths, Cassimeres and Cloakings.
fall assortment of Saeithsgs.
A full assortment of Cloths and Oassismeres.
A full assortment of Boys' wear.
At Wholmale and Retail,
N. W. corner Eighth and Market Sts
lati-th an to tjyl
ESTLACK'S DIPHTHERIA LOZENGE 3.
These Lozenges are a bale and speedy care for
Diphtheria, Coughs, Sore Throat, Hoarseness and
Bronchial Affections generally. Try them.
THOMAS ESTLACK, Jr , Druggist, S. W. car.
of Eighteenth and Market sts. • phiia, arr2B-3r4
WHAT IS LIFE WITHOITT HEALTH.
Messrs. GRIM and
formerly associated with Professor Bolles
and Galloway, having dissolved partnership, the
practice will be continued by THOS. ALLEN, at
the old established office, No. 7`...n North TENTH
Street, between Ooates and Brown where he will
still treat and cure all curable diseases (whether
acute, chronic, Pulmonary or Paralytic, without
a shock or any pain,) with the varions modifies
tons of - Electricity and Galvanism. This neat.
ment has been found remarkably successful in all
eases of Bronchitis, Diphtheria, and other diseases
of the throat and respiratory organs.
A few of ths . ..vses in which successful cures
have been made are mentioned below.
Consumption, first and General Debility.
second stages. Diseases of the Elver Or
Fever and Ulf°. Prolapses Uteri (Failny
Congestion. of the Womb).
Asthma. Prolapses Ant (or Piles)
Dyspepsia: Nocturnal Emissions,
Rheumatism.. /to. lies
Bronchitis. Deafness, c.
hama and Catarrh.
No charge far consulta!
A. M. to 6 P. M.
Testimonials to oe seen
(IPAI, DENT, 1- . 1 . 1 NA..
A superior article ibr cleaning the Testis, de
stroying animalcules which infest them, girths
tone to the gums, and leaving a feelingl of fra
grance and perfect cleanliness in the mouth. B
may be used daily, and will be found to strengthen
weak and bleeding gums, while the aroma and de
torsiveness will recommend It to every one. Be
ing composed with the assistance of the Dentist,
Physician, and Microscopist, it is confidently
offered as a RELIABLE substitute for the -num
tan Washes formerly in vogue.
Fieinent Dentists, acquainted with the comitita ,
ante of the DENT A LTANA, adiocats its uses • ii
contains nothing to preyent its unrestrained ia,
ploymor.t. Made only by
JAMES T. SHINN, Apothecary.
BROAD and SPRUCE Statists
Tor sale by Druggists generally, and
Fred. Brown, D. L. Stackhousa.
Hassard it Co., Robert C.
G. R. Keeny, G-eo. 0. Bowers,
Isaac H. Kay, Charles Shivers,
0. H. Needles, G. J. Scattergood,
T. J. husband, - J. 0. Turupenny, &Co
Ambrose Smith, Charles H. Eberle,
Thomas Weaver, James N. Marks,
William B. Webb, E.. Bringliurst & OP, ,
James. L. Bispham, Dyott ft Co.,
Hughes ft Coombe, H. C. Blair,
Henry A. Bower, Wyeth & Bro. -
JUMELLE' B COMPOUND SYRUP OF
DOOR..—We often hear it repeated by those
who have used JUMELLE'S COMPOUND
SYRUP OF DOOR, that among all the thousand
remedies offered to the public,there is none of them
so salutary as a cough medicine,so potent as an in
vigorator, so effectual as a purifying specific, and
so shooting and restorative in cases of physiculde
biiity, nervous irritation and a general sinking or
a prostration of the system.
For sale by the proprietor, F. JUMP:DIX, No.
_1.525 Market street, and by all Druggists. Efel-Sant
HODGSON'S BRONCHIAL TABLETS A3lll
found to be an indispensable requisite in the
treatment of Bronchitis,Catarrh, goarsness, and
similar complaints afecting the organs of the
voice; particularly re commended by public speak
ers, singers, and amateurs. Prepared, wholesale
and retail, by LANOASTEE do WILLS.
T A TION. —A reIi YLOR'S ARNIble a CA
article. OIL OPosi R EMBRO
Rheumatism, Neuralgia and 'Sprauui, Frosted
Feet, Chillblains, Pains in the Limbs, Chest, Side
Bask. For sale by the Proprietor, I. B. TAY
LOR, Tenth and Callowhill streets. Price,
25 cents. ib22-3m*
JUST RECEIVED BY LATE IMPORT&
Lion, Hennessey , a line Old Brandy, 4 0AFV
for medicinal use. IdiNCASTE.R
Pharmaceutists , I? E; corner itßifttiL
TENTH Sts.. Phila.
4 4M- J. LEITENBFJO3 - ER & 801 r '
eft7 RI3TT► STRFAT. fel Teo
(Formerly Cowperthwait & Go.)
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.
COTTON AND LINEN
!Jon, Office hours from
at the office. de2-6al
P. A. HARDING & 00
Importers and Jobbers of
NO. 413 ARCH ST.
EL FULL ASSORTMENT AT LOW
GEORGE J. HENKELS
Nos. 809 and 811 Chestnut street,
The Three-Story Brick Dwelling,
No. 510 SOUTH IENTH STREET,
Bas THREE-STORY BACK BUILDINGS.
Lot 18 by 87 Feet.
IlirOalp a amall part of Clash reantrad.
ENQUIRE ON TRE - PREBIINEs. tc.s.trf
JOHN C. ARRISON,
NOS. 1 AND 3 NORTH SIXTH ST.,
The Improved Pattern Shirt,
FIRST OUT BY J. BURR MOORE.
Warranted to Pit and Give Satisfaction.
Importer and Mannfacturer of
N. B.=All articles made in a superior manner
by hand and from the best ma erials. aplß-8m
JAMES S. EARLE & SON,
No. 816 CHESTNUT STREET,
Halls now In store, a very fine stock of
Of every character, of the Ter, test manufacture
and latest styles.
Sir 011 Paintings, Ecgramnas, Picture and 'Pho
tograph Frames. ap23
Patent Shoulder Seam Shirt
Orders for these celebrated Shirts supplied prompt.
ly at brief notice.
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods,
Of late_Styles in hall variety.
WINCHESTER & CO.,
706 CHESTNUT STREET.
Fine Shirt, Manufactory
The subscribers would invite attenticu to thell
IMPROVED CUT OF SHIRTS,
Which they make a specialty In their business.
Also, constantly receiving,
NOVELTIES FOR GENT'S WEAR;
J. W. SCOTT at CO.,
Gentlemen's Furnishing Store,
814 CHESTNUT STREET.
16 Four doors below the C ontinental Hotel.
T. W. NEILL & CO.,
S. B. corner Broad and Callowhill
ill -44 cf „
I P WEIGHT di r . SIDDALL
No. 119 Market Street.
Between Front and Second streets.
DRUGGISTS, PHYSICIANS, AND
Can find at our establishment a tail as
sortment of Imported and Domestic Drage,
popular Patent Medicines Paints, Coal
1.111, Window Glass, Prescription!
sta., at as low prices as genuine first class
goods can be sold.
FINE ESSENTIAL OILS
for Confectioners, in full variety, and of
the beat quality.
Cochineal, Bengal Indigo, Madder, Pot
ash, Cndbear, Soda As a, Alum, Oil of
Vitriol, Annatto, Copperas, Extract of
Logwood, &0., FOR DYERS' use, always
on hand, at lowest net cash prices.
PURE SPICES FOR F &DULY USE,
Ground expressly for our sales, and to
which we Invite attention of those in want
of reliable articles.
Also, INDIGO, ST.AROH, MUSTARD, dto,
f extra quality.
.Orders by mail, or oity post, will MOE
with prompt attention, or special Anota-
Uons will be furnished when requested.
Wholesale Drug Warehouse
layrpli. No. flig Market atrftat above From
CORSETS !: ! COR S! ! !—MADAME A.
BARATET has just received from Paris, a
superb lot of light, strong Corset Material, for
summer wear. Madame B.'s Corsets are univer
sally admired for their superior finish, elegance of
fit, and dffiability. Ladies are advised to call
and procure a pair of her Corsets before having
their spring dresses made up.
MADAME A. BARATET,
ap27-Ini. 116 South FIFTEENTH street.
MARTIN 7. - EANS, NO. 402 CHESTNUT
First Premium awarded by Fraiiklin Institut.
to MARTIN LEANS, Manufastarer oi
MASONIO MARRS, PINS, EMBLEMS, &o.
New and original designs of Masonic Marks and
Templars !Medals, Army Medals and Corps
rtHOCO.LATE. —WALTER BAKER & CO. 'GI
.) Chocolate ; Cocoa arid WOMB.; single, double
and triple Vanilla; . also, Orid Cocoa and Cocoa
Shells, in store and for sale by WM. S. GRANT.
MN Booth Bs aware Wharves
°Mears and *olpiers, visiting
AND OTHER M SWORD ILITARY EQUIPMENTS azo.
invited to the very extensive Manufacturing
tablishment of .
GEO. W. SIBIONB & BRo irs ,
• SANSOM STREET HALL,
Sas:lsom Street, above Sixth;
Made to order at the shortest notice, which 102
richness and magnificence - challenge Competition,
no other house in the country combining the MA
NUP.:I.OTURING JEVTELER WITH THEE
PRACYPIOAL SWORD MASER. apS-Hlf
NOTICE OF BIOVAL,
The undereigneti would inform their ittiendsand4
the public generally, that they have removedtrODlr
their Old Stand, 517 ARCH street, to their
SPLENDID NEW WiILERILOOLLS,
No, 912 ARCH STREET;
Where they will continue the sale or -
CHANBELtERS, COAL OIL BIIIINF.IIS, &at,
Raying associated with our house Mr. OELARLRS
PAGE, (formerly the Principal Designer for Car.
nelins icßakei t , ) we are now prepared to execute
orders for Gas Fixtures of all grades and' esigns,
from the plainest to the most massive and elaborate..
VAN KIRK & C® ,
te19.2m5 No. 912 ARCH STREET.
BARLG - W'S
- INDIGO 'BLUE'
PUT UPI AT
No. 233 NORTH SECOND STREET,'
Will color more water than lour times the sant•
quantity of ordinary Indigo.
liir - The Kew Label does sot require a stamp.
t is WARRANTED TO GIVE SATIEFACTION;
t. is riftiled at the same price as the Imitations
and Inferior aftialea. apil.brn •
I 10246 CHESTNUT ST.
Is now receiving, and offers for sale below
present market rates, many novelties in
LACE AND WHITE (H)eDS.
He would call "special attention" to bis
assortment of over 20,4h:fere= new fabrics
and styles of White Goods, suitable for
"Ladies' Bodies and Dresses." in stripes,
plaids and ligured,puffed and tucked anus.
100 pieces of figured and plain Buff and
White Piques, bought before the recent ad
vance. New invoices of Guipure and
Thread Laces, Thread= and Grenadine
Veils, Edgings, Insertinge, Flotmcings,
Broad hemstitched HANDKERCHIEFS
aft linen, good quality, from 25 cents up.
1024 OH ESTNIIT STR t• ET
LONDON BROWN STOUT,
By the Muth or Dozen.
ALBERT C. ROBERTS
DRAT RR IN FINE GIMMES;
Corner Eleventh and Vine FitilKdig
Commission Paper Warehouse.
FARRELL, IRVING do "CO.;
510 MINOR STREET.
Manufacturers of ROLL WRAPPERS, DOUBLE
and .INGLB MEDIUM; OAP and OHOWN
MANILLA, on hand, or made to order.
Highest price paid for Rope in large or small
COMEORTABVPS, BED TIOE:INGS,
And every other article in,the Bedding business al
the lowest cash prices.
AMOS - HILLBORN,
fee/tame TENTH BELOW ARM ST!
The Sunbeam. Stories,
Containing the charming, bright Stories of
TRAP TO CATCH A SUNBEAM,
CLOUD WITH SILVER LINING,
HOUSE ON THE ROCK
ONLY, OLD TOLLEFFE, BIERRY ollationsAssi
DR AIII CHINTZ,
STAR. IN THE DESERT, ase:
Six beautiful Tolnmes, Illustrated, V 2 50.
W. P. HAZAR,D.,_
item iv' ai South NTH Stmt.
COOK & BROTHER.
Hosiery and Gloves, _
Trimmings and Fanajr Goads,
holesale and Retail,
No. 53 North ,Eighth 'st., FIBS;
P. H. snoniarz
THE STANDARD OF EXCELLENCE—POBLyr -
FRESH AND TASTFLVSS.
The surest remedy for
Coughs and Colds, Consumption,
General Debility, &a.
The undersigned having an experience of filtee2•
years in the facture of Cod Liver Oil, has recently.'
greatly improved the process of procuring it, amp
now offers to the public a-preparation that for tins
deviating purity, uniform freshness and superior—
ity of preparation is unmatched. These, result* ,
are maintained by the personal supervision of the ,
proprie or, whose efforts have made this Oil the ,
standard of excellence Physicians and others
looking to the attainment of the greatest medicinal ,
efficacy in the shortesttnne, and thereby obviating^
indigestionland nausea in the patient, can esoule ,
their purpose by the administration of my Oil.
CHARLES W. NOLEN:
No. 154 NORTH THIRD STREET. •
Sold also by WYETH .3c BROTHER,
No, 1412 WALNUT Street;
OLIVER, lath and Spruce; and others. ap9-IMte
HEN - SZEY C 0..;
NO. 812 ARCHSTREEE
THEODORE Ma APPLE,
GAUGER AND COOP=
1105.102 and 104 GATZDIER STREET,
(Between Front and Second and Walnut
• Imitation Brandy Casks aliways on hand.
Barrels and Kegs, always hand
made to order 1512-17
E. Z. NEEDLES .
Nedioitial Cod Liver Oil: