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NEW WINDOW SHADES,
The largest stock,
The lowest prices,
At - W. HENRY PAT rEN'
Takla - 1408 (Jhes
• ANDERSON—CAMP BELL IE —
On the evening
of"the '27th instant, by the Rev. Albert Barnes,
"William F. Anderson to Harriet Campbell, daugh.
- • .ter of James A. Campbell, all of this city.
BAILY—IRWIN--On the evening,•of the 26th
of April,. at the residence of the bride's uncle, by
-Mayor Henry, Mr. Samuel A. Bally, of Ridott,
311inois, - to Miss Mary D. Irwin, daughter of
'Wm. C. Irwin, late of this city.
DALLET—HEMPHILL—At Westchester, Pa.,
an Thursday, 28to inst. by the Rev. aohnHaul
_ lon, John Dallet, Jr., of this city, to Ella, eldest
. .daughter of Jos. Hemphill, Esq., of West ()hes
.LITKENS—REEDER—On the 28th instant, at
the residence of the bride's father, by h.s Honor
Mayor. Henry, Linford Lukens toAnna M.
Reeder, of Philadelphia.. *
Wi.ORGAN — WILLIABIS-0* Thursday, April
.28th, by the Rev Dr. Dorr, William Cole Mor
gan, Jr., and "Anna Elizabeth, daughter of Reed
A- Williams. *
TAYLOR—THORN—On the evening of the
28th i.rstant, by the Rev. Q. D. Cooper, George
S. Taylor to itliss Lucy R. Thorn, all of Piing--
- HOOD—On zriday, D
April 29, Rev. Jas. Lesson
Hood, son of Jasr. F. Hood;aged 2.1 years. - '-
Funeral from the residence of his parents, 'No.
1328 Mt. Vernon street, on Tuesday, May 3d, at
11' 'o'clock, A. •M. To proceed to Bristol, Pa., at
o' clock, P. M., from Walnut street. wharf.
Jlis irfends and those of his family are invited..
Zervices at Advent Church. **
.LO.NGSTRETIT—On Friday, April 29, Joseph
Longstreth, in the 28th year of his age.
His friends and relatives ate Invited to attend his
funeral on Monday morning, May 2, at '93,‘
o'clock, from No. 909 Walnut street.
MAITLAND—On Friday morning, April 29th,
Hate. daughter of Joseph and Isabella Maitland,
aged I rear. . • *
POLLOCR—On the 2.9ta instant, Joseph poi
lock, in the 68th year of his age.
The relatives and friends of the family are
respectfully invited to attend the funeral from
his late residence, No.. 1517 Summer street, on
Tuesday afternoon, May 3d, at 2 o'clock. To pro.
_ need to Mount Moriah Cemetery.
• .--- -PO WERS—On the 29th in.tan.t,- Mrs. Margaret
Ann Powers, wife of Robert Powers, in the 51st
year of her age.
The relatives and friends and members of Wu.
low Grace Society, are respectfully invited. to at
' tend the funeral on Sunday afternoon, at four
o' clock. from the residence of her husband; 1510
/iarelay street -
PRICE—On April :,9th, at Lock Haven, Clicton
county, after a very short illness, Matilda E ,
wife of Philip M. Price, in the 57th year of her
SAILER—On the 29th instant, Rate K. Sailer,
daughter of John ancUlatilda Sailer, in the 12tb,
year of her age. -
• The relative and friends of the family are to.
spectfully invited to attend the funaral from the
residence of her .parents, No. 732 North Nine
teenth street, on Monday afternoon, at. 3 o'clock.
Th proceed to Monument Cemetery. • *
JDt 1+414.4E1Na. AND SUMMER BOMA
EINES, of every quality. For sale by
RESSON A - SON,
ai,l2 Mourning Store, No. 918 Chest:int -rrPet.
YRE LANDELL, 400 ARCH STREET,
Rich Silks, for town trade. • ,
Rest stock of Shawls in town.
Dress Goods, popular styles.
Tan and Plaid Sack Cloths.
:bobby style Casstraeres.
' UNITED MEETINGS FOR PRAYER
continued dailyl4 so' clock P. M. ap3o-3*
TrWESTERN PRESBYTERIAN 0 fiE•SUII,
:Seventeenth- and Filbert Ste.—Rev. WU
lie will preach-Sabbath, 103 and 334. V It*
gr. 0 111 E BOOR OF .LIFE."—REV. L. L.
Briggs lectured on ibis subject to-marrow
eveninr. Church, Locust and Juniper. It*
- GREEN STREET Al E.• C;BURUH.—
"ISS , -Rev. 'Di. B. Crary will pretkch in thernirn-
IngAtt [CM - • It*
TAiRD REFORMED DUTOH CHURCH,
• 11.3 - 2 -corner TENTH and FILBERT' streets,
Rev. Wortmin; pastor, wilt weacti to.
`morrow Service atiOli A. M. and 734 P. M. it*
}..GLISE FRANCAISE —Demain a o'n
P. M., Sermon d' Adieu le 'Pasteur
ralgueo A 10h, 1 / 2 " A. M. M. le Pasteur Bean
.blen sera presente a la congregation. It*
t • : i : a.ou•
at 3 P.M. , at Lombard Street Ohnrcla, above
Fourth. Rev. R. Eddy,.Pastor. Missionary
gr. CALVARY PRESBY T ERIAN CHURCH - ,
Locust street, above Fifteenth. Preaching
to-me/row. by Rev. Charles A.,Smith, D. IL,at
.10% A. BT. and 8 P. M.
IrHANCOCK STREET M. E. CRUROR.—
Preaching to-morrow by Rev.J. Dennison, of
ansas, at Wm A. M.. and by Rev. M. Smith, of
'Cincinnati, at 734 P. M. Lok
t) HURON=UF THE COVENANT, FlLL
bert Street. above Seventeenb—Divine !pr.
-- viceto.morrow (Sunda) ) at !Os A Maud 8 P. M.
The Rector will'(D. V.) preach Morning and Eve.
piri-km.- ST. JUDE'S CHURCH, FRANKLIN
LLS street, above Brown.. The rite of confirma
tion will be administered in this church by the
Bishop of the Diocese on to-morrow. Sunday eve
ning. Service to commence at 7 . K o'clock. it*
f rt f r THE REV. tiEO. W. SKILEY will
113 preach Sabbath at Eigbth and Green. Sub
ject, ''The duration and comcomitants of the
Judgment Day," at 7S P. M. Also services at
arREV. RAY PALMER, D. D., of &Many,
N. Y., will preach in the Clinton Street
ciamrcl!, loth below Spruce street, on to-morrow
(Sabbath) Morning, at 10X o'clock. Service in
the evening as usual, at 7)4 o' clock. [apan-lt*
F ir-1, HOWARD BLIND d.Y SCHOOL, BUILD
- US- ING.—Rev. F. B. Harbaugh, pa.tor o' the
'Sixth Presbyterian Church, will preach at the
above place, Shippen, Font th street, To
-morrow Evening at c. o'clock. • It*
ErrM. E. - 111A.RIWER' , 3 BETHEL Shipper'.
and Penn Streets.—Preaching ti , :rnorrow.
3036 o'clock, A. M., by Rev. Dr. Nesbit, Editor.of
the Pittsburgh-C. A. and Journal At. 7% o' Clock,
P. ,by Rev. Mr. FiEher, of Kansas.
CHURCH 'OF THE INTERCESSOR,
Spring Garden, below Broad street.—Bev.
Dr. CarderOwill preach To-morrow at 10),.: A. M.
and quarter before BP. M. Subject in the .Even
ing,-- 'he Curse in the House." Children's
ehurch, 3 P. M. It*
fir 1411 Sb ON CHURCH, in Lecture Room of
Howard Dispensary, Lombard street, bA
: tween Fifteenth and Sixteenth. —The Rev. Daniel
, C. Eddy. D. D., will preach at qtr o'clock Sun
day at'ernoon. Seats tree. Come and 'hear this
- Celebrated divine. lt*
ErrTHE THIRTY-SECOND ANNIVER.
spry of the "Northern Liberties' Bible So.
clay : " will be held at the Dutch Reformed
Church, on Seventh sheet, above Brown (ar.
Talmage, Pastor). on Tuesday Evening, May, 3d,
at eight o' clock. Several addresses may be ex
RT. UNION M. E. CHURCH, FOURTH
street, below Arch.—The General Con
-lerehce of the M. E. Church will commence its
sessions hi this Church on Monday Morning,
Interesting Religions Services will be held on
To-morrow (Sabbath) Ist inst., Rev. C. A.
HeltneF,r.D. D. of Flttebturgb, Pa., will preach. in.
the Mo‘niug a t 0 clack. Lt* .
- - -
NOR PESBYTERAN CHURCH
Sixth Str TH eet, above Green. l By Divine per
miss:or, the Bev - W. S. Plumer will deliver a
• discont:e commemorative of the life and character
'of the late Rev. Robert Taylor, recently of Ger
-Triantnwr, , and at the time of his death the Pastor
-elect of this Church, tomorrow morning' at 10X
o'clo k. Evening service at quarter to S o'clock,
, by Plnmer.
ItHILADELPRIA TRACT ANu MIS_
M' SION SOCIETY. —The Fifty-third meet
big in behalf-of this Society, will -be held in the
- Green Hill Presbyterian Church, GIRARD
AVENUE, between Sixteenth and Seventeenth
• tireetr, on Sabbath Evening. May Ist, at a (leaver
0 eicht o'clock. Pow. T. Robbins. Rev. D 0.
'Relieve: and Rev. S. Livermore, Will address the
„Or A. CARD TO THE PUBLlC)meet
ing of the Photographers of Philadelphia,
Thursday tve,ni,g. April•2Bth, it was titian
'mously agreed that in consideration of the great
:Increase in the cost of labor and_ materials, it be
the r essar to raise the price of Photographs.
'on and after May Ist.
Therefor, ates.of pietnies will be advanced
trrOFFICE OF NORTHERN LIRE' .TEES
GAS COMPANY, P LIILADELPHIA, ' April
An. el 'ction of the Trustees Of the Northern
Liber , ies Gas Company, will be held at the office
v . the Company, LAUREL street below
c n TUESDAY 'FRONT
May 10th inst„ betNsreen o'clock
.511. M., and: o' ,
cloAr P. M.
ap 24 W P. '
or. THE GREAT , :ENTRAL, FAIR, OF
fIce.NO. - Mtn CLIESTIVUT Street, ..
Notice is her: , s given that the Secretary of the
Treasury has (117 ordered that all articles des
tined for e Great Central Fair, shall be admitted
to entryfr e of duty, and that instructions to• this
eflect have been issued • to the Collectors of the
Ports of Philadelphia, New York, and Ebston.
JOHN WELSH, Chairman.
Roneon HOWARD FURNESS, Sec' y.
GREAT CENTRAL FAIR
COMMITTEE ON ARMS AND TROPHIES
Frimaromrnia, April 25, ISO.
Contribuiions of any articles of interest for this
Committee, for sale.or exhibition, as well a. of
money, may be sent - to any member of this Com-•
mittee, and- receipts will be returned by the
Treasurer All packages sent to Colonel
CROSMAN, United States Army, Chairman of
the Committee, Northeast corner TwELyra d
GIRAR D streets, by any of_the Rail
road or Express Companies, will he !tree of charge.
ar 26 tft EDWIN •IsiORTI-I, Secretary
HARDWARE BRANCH, GREAT EN - -
TRAL F AIR. —The undersigned Commit
tee earnestly solicit from all directly or indirectly
connected with'. •our trade" to send' their contri
butions, be -they large or small, money or mer
chandise :a either of the undersigned:
Joseph C. Grubb, 036 Market street.
William H. Sowers, .412 Commerce street. • .
William P. Wilstach. 38 North Third street.
Aug. B. Shipley,- 503 Commerce street.
Charles A. Miller, 4 5 Commerce street.
John J. Burr, -614 Market street. ; •
Chas. J. Field, 633 Market street. . •
Daniel Steinmetz. 501 Commerce street.
John A. alurphey, 922 Chestnut street.
Isaac lA. Williams, 126 Market street.
R. D. Landis, 211 Market street.
W. Allen, 115 Market street. -
.D. Faust, 40 North Third street, - •
Jos. S. Fisher, N. E. cog. 6th and. Commerce,st.
- A. M. F. Watson, 512 Commerce at.
Or, - GREAT 0 eNTRAL FAIR FOR THE
U. S. SANITARY COMP.rIISSIONT.-
OFFICE OF THE COMMITTEE ON REOEI4-
TION OF GOODS, Room No. 28. Washington
Building, No. 274 South THIRD street, PniLA:-
DreLPHIA. April 18, 1E64. •
The Committee on "Reception of Goods"' are
now prepared to receive any articles designed for
the Fair, and would ask the co-operation of the
various branches of - Trz.clo and Industry, as their
labors must necessarily be very arduous. Every
package should be properly marked, and seat to
the Chairman or any member of the Committee,
who are - authorized to receipt and acknowledge
They are happy to inform the public that all of
the railrcad and express companies have gene
rously offered to deliver packages to the Committee
free of charge. A. R. McHENßY,Ohairman
E.H. ROWLEY, Secretary.
Committee meet on Tuesday and
noons, at 5 o' clock. .
A. li. Mc}IENRY
A. S. ROHERT., Ir.. •
EDWARD H. ROWLEY,-
JAMES N. 'STONE,
GEORGE A. McKINSTRY,
S. S. MOt,N, .
. J. D. ELLIS,
JAMES S: MARTIN.
JOSEPH HARRISON, ht.; )
gr. PHILADELPHIA, APRIL t 3, 15a1.
At a m tin gof TOBACCO ANCGR
interest in the ee
GREAT the CENTRAL FAIR.
he A ld
this afterncon, at 4 o',.clock, the following 'resola
tion was adopted :
Resolved, That the chairman district the city, and.
appoint Block Committees to solicit contributions,
of money, tobacco, cigars, snuff, pipes, and. any .
salable articles, in atd of the Great Central Fair
for the United States Sanitary Commission.
D. C. lactlAilLatON, Chairman:
THEO. H. VETTERLEIN, Tr saner.
A. J. BUCKNER, Jr., Necre ary.
NAMES OF COMMITTEES AND DISTRICTS.
North side Market stree to south side Callowhill,
Delaw are avenue to east side of Third street—Theo.
Vetterlem and J. B. Taylor. -
North side Marketstreet to south side Callowhill,
west side Third Street, to east side Eighth—J. C.
Steiner, Scion. on Tellar and William Warner.
orth side Market-street to south side Callow=
west side of Eighth street to east side Broad-I-
Lonis Herbert; G. W. Bremer and. George Esler;
North side Market street to south side Callove
hill, west side Broad street to Schuylkill—Levi
IReck, - George Fite, John -Douglass and - S.
North side Callowhill street to 'Kensington, Dela
ware avenue to east side of Sixth street-0; M.
J. M. Boyd and H. W. hank.'
North side Callowbill street to Kensington, west
side Silth street to east side Broad—Thomas Hare,
W. Soby and A. R. Fonr,seray.
North side 0.11ov:hill street to Girard avenue,
west side Broad street to Schuylkill—S. Moore, S.
H. Bush, S. F. Smith and 3" W. Wartman.
Kensington, East Kensington and Richmond--
L.. Bamberger, J. W. Crowell and George D.
South side Market to .north side South street,
Delaware avenue tn east side Fourth street—John
T. Tat tt, •Auguetue Merino, and William li. Fu
South side . Market to north side South street,
west side Fourth to east side Eighth street—W M.
Abbey, S. W. Ayres, J. IL Simmons, and D. L.
South side Market to north side South street,
west side Eighth to east side Broad street—M. E.
McDowell., E. A.-Woodward, George .Bohlui, and
James Itusst IL ,
South 'side Markettto not tft. side South street.
west side Broad to Schuylkill—A, Armstrong, W.
B. Mann, and Walter Garrett. '•
South side South street to Reed street, Delaware
avenue to Schuylkill—George Cathrall. W. 73.
Nassau, Tho 4. Cockrill„. and A. J. Buckner, jr.
Horatio Paine, M. I).', General Collector on
Turkish divans, fancy pipes, ,kc. sip2S•thstu3t
ar. GREAT CENRAL FAIR, TO B
HI L I
LN PHILA T DELPHIA, June 10,1661. E
The undersigned having been appointed a Com
mittee to take charge of the Department of •
PERFUMERY ANli TOILET ARTICLES,
in the GREAT CENTRAL FAIR, to be held in
behalf of :he U. S. t - ANITARY COMMISSION,
in the city of Philadelphia, for the States of Penn
sylvania, New Jersey and Delaware, earnest y
ask your std.
The worth of the cause, which is so powerfully
calling out the s3nipathies, and exciting to .such
extraordinary activity the energies of the nation,
needs no words of ours to set it forth.
Tee present appeal is made to yon in fall faith
that you acknowledge the debt that we all owe to
our brave and suffering defenders, a debt which
our most liberal benefactions can only partially
repay.- r -
Donatiorte, whether of appropriate articles or of
. money„ may be sent to any of the undersigned.
if the contributions are sent by express, or rail
road, dO not pre-pay charges.
Mail to the Chairman the receipt of the 'Express
or Railroad Company, together with a list of the
aricles and the donors' names.
On one corner of the box or package mark the
donor's muse, and the city, town, village, or
county from which It comes.
Balky packages should be directed to the Chair.
man, H. P. TAYLOR, Central Fair Warehouse,
Let all articles be forwarded so as to reach this
citr before the 15th Of May—the earlier the better.
H P. TAYLOR, Chairman,
. ell North Ninth street,
MRS. E . =W. CLARK,
Chairman Ladies' Gommittee,
. 1509 S
LADIES' COMMITTEprE. ace street.
Mrs. O. J. Peterson, 1501 Walnut streid.
Mrs. Joseph R. Chandler, 155 North Tenth street.
Mrs. Wm. G. Bonllon, 1821 Spruce street.
Mrs. M. McMichael, Jr., W,.tit Philldelphia. -
Mrs. C. H. Clark, Forty-second and. Locust sta.'
Mrs. John Levy, Fortieth and Pine streets.
Mrs. L. Johnson,
533 North Fourth street. •
Mrs. Ed ward W. Clark, Germantown. •
Mrs 'William D. _Kelley, 407 Walnut street.
Mrs. John G. Whelan, 155 North. Tenth street.
Mrs. C. R. Taylor, 641 North Eighth street . . -
Mrs. t.hubrick, 908 Spruce street.
Mrs Bartol, 116 South Tenth street.:
Mrs. Dr. Lea; 1323 Spring Garden street.
Mrs. John Sill, 710 Washington Square. •
rs. H. A. Ouhring, 1932 Spruce street.
Mrs. A. Zantsincer, 123.5 Spruce street.
Mrs. J. B. Moorhead, 1603 Wthurt street.
Mrs. Charles Platt, Chestnut Hill.
Mrs, Walter McMichael; South Eighteenth street.
Mrs. G. A. Wright, Forty-second and Walnut
Apollos W. Harrison, Secretary, 26 S. Seventh
Xavier Dazin, 917.0herrystreet.
_ Richard Wright (of R. ec G. A. Wright),
Treasurer, 624 Chestnut street.
William D. Glenn, 26 South Fourth street.
Jules Hanel, 280 arch street.
Thomas Worsley, 518 Prune street—,
Edward Glenn (of Glenn .1c C o. ), 726 Chestnut,
Edward McClain, 334 North Sixth street.
Charles R. Taylor (of H. P. &. O. Taylor), •
Olt North Ninth street.
Eugene Roussel, 516 Prune street.
Chas. M.clCeone (of Van Haagen & BlaKeone),
22 South Delaware avenue.
Ohm les H. Hamrick (of Hamrick do Leavitt), 30
North Fourth street. ap-thks2t
mg. OFFICE OF THE PHILADELPHIA
Excw AWE COMPANY: Prtuanglamre,
April 25. I8(4.
The Managers have this dap declared a dividend'
of TWO. DOLLARS per share, clear at all taxes,
payable' n and after sth proximo.
. HENRY D. SHERRERD,
THE DAILY EVENING I3ULLETIN PHILI.DELPIIIA, §ATif.RDAY APRIL i 3 O,
TIER RESTAIIRELNr COM OF
-TREGREAT OEN TRAI. EAT a, oak no w.
1, uge,,with many thanks, the receipt, of to • o low
ing &Lotions for tneir 'department: • 3,4
hes, from J. Hafieigh; 4 table cioMs, from
Mrs. Joseph M. Stoddard; 4. dozen. dotli- s. from
Mrs. Joseph M. Stoddard; g pieces linen • table
clothi, from Williain . Watmn•& - Co.; 1 piece cot
ton table cloths, .from William Watson & Co ; 22
piecei of ribbon ' Co.;from John Stone & 2- cas•
tom, from JohnCalverly & Co. ;, 6 bird 'cages, froim
Samuel Macferran £ Co ; .20 poun ds fringed tissp.
paper, from 0 S. Garrett & Bro.; M•gross bonnet
boards, ;rem C. S. Garrett k Co.; 3f dozen barrel
Covers, dozen sieves, 2 umbrella stands, t dozen
towel rollers, '3.6 dozen lemon squeezers, 31 dozen
rolling pins, 36' dozen mashers, 2 'dozen painted
buckets, ,v doze.n small tubs, 2 dozen brooms; 2
dozen soap cups, 1 dozen baskets, 2. mirket bis. •
kets, 4 dozen scrubbing brushes, 3 citizen' a weep.
ing brushes, 1 cva.hing machine, 34 . dozen sugsr
boxes. 2 wooden hour buckets, dozen looking
glasses, 6 birdcages, 1 dozen cigar baskets, 1 clock,
1 a I trgt r, x, dozen dust brushes, f dozdo wooden
spccns ai dozen knife
.boxes, from A. H.
EiaLciscus; ;31t/ pounds of olive soap, and 1 box
toilet soap from Captain David Thain; .1.3[ reams
of thsbe paper, from Charles [Regorge Sc Co.
GEORGE T.' LLW/S,
Chairman: of. - Restemrant munittee.:
.. MARY RicHENRY
Chairman . :
It of... Lad , es' Department.;
cm EAT (JEANIE', IR
• ' PHILADELPHIA. • •
' BORTIOTJLTURAL AND FLORAL DEPART-
The N • •
Committee in charge of this Department re
epectSully solicits coLtributions for either exhibi
tion or sale, at the. Fair• in Stine nexy of Fruit,
Flowers, and Vegetables- also, - -.*.• • _' i '
Buutl.rets, • ' Autumn. Leayes,
Baskets of Flowers, Aquaria,
Floral Designs, Seeds, -.. • • '' •
Hanging Baskets, . Gardening Books, •
Flower Stands, • Fountains,
Fern Cases, ' Horticultural Iron Weir
Aviaries, ' " - Wire Work,
Gardening Implements, 1 . 4 China and
Native Wine, Glass,
Garden Seats and Vases, . 4 Pottery,
Out Flowers, ' Dried Fruit,
Dried .. Foreign or. Exotic Fruit,
Wax r. Was Fruit,
Leather 4 . Garden Statuary.
Pbat. - - nk Br
. . .
Jan tom Bouquets,
In abort Rustic Adornments of every kind, or
any thing of arum] or, rustic character that does
not strictly belong to the Agricultural Depar.
Daily contributions of .Cut Flowers, Bouqbets,
Designs, Baskets. .51 - c ,so as to insure a constant
and regular supply during the Fair, will be very
acceptable, and contributors will please arrange
with the Chairmen of the Committee of Baskets,
Designs, and Bouquets,Mr. ROBERT KILVING
TON,. Florist. Locust street, near Thirty-seventh,
West Philadelphia, as.to the days on which their
contnbutions will be required.
Tally contributions of Fruits and Vegetables, not
only tor exhibitiol and sale '
but also for the use of
the. Restaurant, will also be thankfully rec?ived.
The time fixed for opening the Fair,is the FIRST
TUESDAY IN JUNE NETT, and it will con=
tinue two weeks: All articles, except cuttlowers,
frees and 'vegetables, must be received on or ba
to- e the preceding day. ' ' ' -
Donations from the inte•lor or this State, and
from Delaware and New Jersey, -can be fumy trete.'
by any public conveyance, free. of freight., and
shot•ld be distinctly marked, "OR c.;AT OEN
) R L FAIB,Lt,GAN SQUARE, PHIL 3P EL-
PHIS, HORTICULTURAL DEPARTMENT.
Care of D. -R. King,- ?'23 Chestnut ifreet
phia." ...For Salt," or ' For"EzliViition," as may
be desired Bills of lading should also be far: ,
warded bathe same address.
Mrs. S. RHEA BAR roN,
Chairman of Ladies' Committ-e.
sii2.l.a,rnow jesss D RODNEY RING,
Chairman of Gi3ntlemen's Committee
ory TB E GREAT CENTRAL FAlR..—Ortlce
of the committee on Labor, Income and
icer. rine, No. 118 S. SEVENTH. Street Phila
The undersigned, Treasurer of this committee,
acknowledges tie receipt of the lollowin,4 ono
From the Pennsylvania Central R. R. Co- ,
a subScription of ten thonsauddollars..slo,ooo 00
From H.B. &la W. Benners and employes .
of llyottrille Glees Works _ VI 4,5
Thor: Simpson's Sons :15 0
Young Ladies in the employ of EL P & C.
Per Mrs. John B. Bey 1, Ohair,nant
Reynolds Howell & Reid' 5100 00
Samuel Barton &Co , per Chairman . 50 ou
Jordan do Brother, per do ' ' 50 00
Charles Ponoghue, Esq., per do ' 00
Thos B Bitting. Esq., per d 0..... . . ... . 50 00
bamuel BiephSlll. Erg per d 0..,.,;...• SO 00
Samuel A. Bispham, Leg:, per do 00
John S. Bispham. Esq., per do 25 00
E. Weaver, Esq., per . .... 2,1
i'harles J. Wolberr, Eeq., per 10 Qo
Philip Ford, Esq., per do 10 QJ
"One day! s terentte," from two young. Ifl~ites 1 ',-
From Ftutb.l ec Newman, and empl yes.
per Mies Jane K. Hirst, "Cnnirman ...• 3i) 00
Blom Kennedy. Stairs Er Co., perlaeorge
B. Kerfoot, Esq.. Chairman 200 00
Fr OM X1i.,Tr.b.,7 si per du -• • 100 00
Front W. B. Irwin JG Co., per do—. /00 00
From C. P. Knight it Bros., per do 100 00
From S. H & H. Lerin, per do ' too 00
From George B. E.encot, E.sq..per d0..100 00
Frem Crowell .Ir, Collins, per do 7.i Li)
From J. K. Schell & Co., per 50 on
From Robt. F. Kennedy, Esq., per d 0.... so tsi
From T. E. Pendleton .fr. Co., per d 0...... SO 00
From Paul & Thompson, per do 50 0(1
Fr m P. Janey, per do 50 00
F- John M. Sb
"'rem John _ iriver, per do • 50 e j
From Bookhommer & Endcl, per do 54 4.1
From Curtis .& Enight, per do 50 0
From Cash. p'er do
From E. S. Smith, Esq., provinceto wn .
From Wayne & Bitting, per , do
From Charles H Steeleman, per, do
Per Mrs. George J. Weaver, Chairman :
Employes °fits. E. Caldwell.( - C 0..... 40 Sa
. .4 Bailey &Co 55 SO
• • Carrow, Thibault k •. , 5
t , Wilton &Co 25 0
An bracre Insu ranee Company, per Henry
Sherrerd, Chairman 200 03
Proceeds of a LOcture delivered by Rev. R.
A. Carden, D. I)., at the Oakland Lec
ture Room, near Shannonville.s. -
From tit:leers of the Philadelphia Alun.
house, by Mr. Marshsll Ilenzey, one
ciar'.s labor •
Per Edward G. Peabody, Chairman:
Chas. E. Morgan & Co.. and Employes 65 00
Ocorge W. Altemus, Esq 15 00
A L. Bonnafon 10 00
AL ht.-Osborn, publisher of the Ad
vocate aid limes, Ils.h way, ,N. Ji
Allison &Hi tick en proceeds of Matinee..
Mrs. Ilanr,ah Baldwin, 1 day's income .
Simon Colton & -ans.) day's revenue and
wages, per Mrs. S. z. Curtis, Chairman. 61 51
°nib $lO 00 Ed Smith, Esq... 500
- Oath ' 1 00 Cash • 2 00
Given r • - • 1 001 Cash. . . ...... 1 00
Per. do., - through Mrs. L. Markle and Miss
S. R. 'Bunting.— .2 Or.
. TOMner.. - 4 00
C. Gillespie I Of
From F, Conway, Esq:,
Per Mrs. C. Yearrance,..i
Mrs. Wm. HEW .. L
INT. F. Moore . ..S5 Os'
F. Ycigt 6 04
F. Lederer 1 00
Wm 'Coates 100
Other arms per do - ambt
S. & M.... 500!
Cash 1 Or
"Anon" and OttStl 0 531
Eirtakellt. per Mrs. Wm. lielme,
Chairman. • .. 50'00
Brooks & Rosenhelm, per do- 500
S. S. Corbin & Co
Employes of S. S Corbin ' k Co per do.. 400
J. .Lanning, Esq., per d 0... .......' .. 10 00
Employes of J. Loaning, Esq. per do.. 500
Loris Dannenbaum, Esq-, per do . 10 00
Levett &Haworth, per do 6 00
Employes' of Lovett & Haworth, per do.. . :2;00
Mal k Devine, I sq
' JOHN W. CLAGEORN. Treasurer, •
Office, No 118 S. Seventh street, Phila.
Other subseriptiorls and remittances by mail
duly receipted - for and' acsnowledged in this
GEORGE ' TFIOMPSON— ANO rtr ER
is s 3 MEETIN G. - '-Thirt.y years ago GEORGE
-THOMPSON delivered nis that Ikettire in this
city in the Covenanter's Church, CHERRY street,
below Eleventh. Be is now invited by memberss,
of the tame Church to deliver another address In
the same building, which he consents to do. The:
v i es tins wt.' take place"next FRIDAY EVEN-1
ING, the 6th , of at 8 o'clock. Subject—
" The Unionists and Oepperbeads of BnaPind and.
America." Adinittance 50 cents. Ticsets to be'
had at T. B. Pugh's, Sixth and Chestnut streets;
at.the Anti-Slavery * Office, 100 North Tenth street;
and at the door. • ap3o-6t§
car. THE PENN'A SALT MANUFACTU
RING CO., OFFICE, 127 WALNUT ST.—
FBILADELPILIA, April 30, 1864
NOTIOE.—Tbe Coupons of the Bonds of this'
Company, due May lst next, will be paid on pre.
seniation at the Southwark. Bank.
ap3o-It*) SAMUEL F. FISHER, Treas.'
fry.OFFICE OF . THE LEHIGH. Z LNO
COMPANY, No. 121 WALNUT street.
Pn ILADIMPurA, April 25, 1864.—The interest due
on First and Second Mot tgage Loans of the Lehigh
Zinc Company, dne Ist May proximo, will be
payable after that date at the office of the Company. ,
apSo•.2trp GORDON KONGES,,Sec'y
.. . . • SGO
Jas: Mc Mt alma...
S. Eispham. • • • •'• •
. =23 00
Airs. Batton 510 CO
Pars. Batley ..,.... 500
S. M. Baer 1 50
.1. Way 100
tutting to t , 9 64
Clash 5 03
Cash . ' ' ttO
Harry De Brot. .. 100
' • 1./Sr/AN 'COMIESSION.
•3: - wiedgements for - one *ear,
enTiinz ;1 , .;
F. L. 13
John •130 to • -
lienry . 1 IF (additioral) •
,ieceivtp. at . Washhigton
k-ncy, as follow: -
collection at Clinton, Maine, per Rev:
E. Hawes.. First B/ 1)0
.. . ...... .... 92'8L
nom acla - lers ' 36 3t
Old Tent Sold - • 2.5 cu.
John 0: llarr, (additional)... ••
citi Zona of hlercersbnr,
Carson . . . .
.C...lol?tributions 'received at Brandy
lion, Va., as follows.:
Of and Privates rt 75th N.
J. - Vole ; per Chaplain 'Dailies. SlOO 00 •
wesley Vana=lcen. eta* -P. V 5 nQ
&Idler 77th N. . o
1)0. '5lll Vermont 2 •
• 1 o tt u" .
DrawribackaGerman Reformed Chare,h,
Ease Vincent , ~; 100 85
Mt .s. '2O GO
Miss S. Pant • "P.. '''3o
Collection at First — Ward Pre byte.
rian and M. E. Churches, Syra,
Mize, N. 'l' • ' • ' 20 00
T. R. Porter, Syracuse, N: Y 50 00
Ladies, Aid , Society, Doylestown; Pa.,
per - Mrs.".Jiiiia P. 'Brock, Secretary,(additional) ' ' 30 00
David Milne, , per J. P • 2.5 03
Proceeds of a social gathering at Cabin
Northern 'Llbertte; Bible' Society 50 00
Miss ninny:E., Bacon, Utica; N. Y 2a 00
L..P., Roberts, Loaes Postoftlce,Pa..." 20 01
'ECM% Bedford, Glenhain, N. Y...... 30 o •
Mrs. Mary A. Stevens ' . 40 0)
-Ladies' Aid Society, Etna, N. Y- • T.; 7i
t ontribution from 10th Mass. Vole 23 00
Contribution from 49th Regt. P. V., per
' - Elev. Thos. Stevenson 7 0)
.Sabbath Evening Concert,' " - Terryville,
Ccnn, per Milo Blakesley, Tress _23 03
Christian Coirar_ission Society, at Allen
town; Pa •
Semi W. Brown, Manayunk
• .1 1 . M ," Philadelphia
Leonard Jewell,. Philadelphia. .." .Shenkle'.
s German Reformed' Church,
North Coventry, Pa
Mrs. 3. E:Budd, Philadelphia 50 00
'Thank offerinzfrom the - officers and men of
the 3d VcrroOnt Regimen; per Chaplain'
Mack—contributed by 10 officers'and 218_
Collections at Nazareth, P&, per Edward
H. Reichel.... -
Missionary Society of hOd Pennsylvania
A Fnend in Cahfornls... .
Pollloosuct 3.lission Sabbath School, pins_
/he United Society of 97th Pa. Vole
J. D. Titsworth
Friends of thristian Commission in .New
Jersey, per edureau L. Ward 10 IX)
liaptist Church, Wlnsor, Cheater Co., Ps:. 5 Cr.)
Win Set lea, t amp Ertn,-Pa- S 10
Sabbath tt•cbool in Providence, R.. 1. 3 00
Mhs "Marsh, Providence, It. I 2 ( - 0
A Little Girl, Providence, R. I 25
, _ 6
M. Pomey, Troy, Pa -10 25
Prot. Jackson lii 03
Rev. Sam') El Hall,*Oswego, N. Y .... 5 00
John 313 ers. all Ohio-Inf 50
Ladies' it...olaiers' Aid Society, Sanborn
tou, N. II 400
F. Freend.. - 5 00
Miss Jane Mc Caudlia h, Neve fine, Pic...
W. N. S. , Trenton, N. J 2 00
Dr. 11. Ta - Ime.dge,_ Enfield,
,Nets York. ' 3 00
3.1i4s l'elary R. Brooke,. 'Blair cOunly, Pa. 2 00
(...Is,h_ 1 Ou
A Public school Teacher • 300
Ca- h 100
A Solder 17th Penmiiylvania ...
C.s.valry. 1 SO
A Soldier . 500
Miss 0 Tedd, Gurleyville. Clown 1 00
A :.-oldier, - .bal New Jersey Volunteers.— 100
Amcnnt precionslractaovrledged .. .. —251,139 49
JOS. PATTON, Tressiirer.
Thn 13. 8. Christian Commission begs leave to .
iv :knowledge the receipt of the folios/lug stores up
,Pbiladelphia-1 package,Win. P. johaston, - E sq.
i box, Hiss Bell and Anna Roney; 1 parcel.
Nellie Nol.and and Josephine Wethorly.
Br,deeburar—t p mirage. al. E. Sabbath School.
4. Delaware county' •-1 pa c kage, guknown.
Delaware county (North)—backs, Ladies' Union
Aid S.(:) , .:ely.
Allentown—. 3 boxes, Ladies' Christian Commis
Bellefonte-..1 box, Soldiers' Aid.
Loylestown—l box, I bbl, Ladies' Aid Society.
Nazaitrit-11 boxer, :2 Legs, Auxiliary, U. S. C. C.
Princeton—l box, bliss Julia T. Smith.
• I box, Little Chris.
Paulsboro—] b: , xAid Society.
New 'Fork—Committee U. S. C. C., 2i pkgs.
Einffalo—Committee U. S. 0. U., 1 pkg.
Cohees—Foldiers' Aid Society, I. box.
Wcet oy—Arrny Aid Society, 2 boxes.
Cbsibtran 1 ommission, Flasks;
3 1:oriels; 7 • boxes.
BrOoklyn—Sabbath Schcols of Dr. Rockwell, Dr.
Hatn,'ld and &v. Arr. Watkins, I box.
Little Fa II E. Sab. School and Friends, I box.
Ilion—Aid 'Society, I barrel; . -
Ogden—Citizens 3 calks.
roy—i box Lett:lies' Soldiers' Ald S.:defy; Branch
U. IF. Christian Commission.
tieldcgepinnoarlit--91. Peokit','SC:sl4bin.nrall:ehitoell-oliaPreba. 04.1.harch.
.111A.Ss &CH VSETT.S. •
"Boston-4 plrgs, 12 boxes, 2 bbls. Army Committee
Y 111.. O. A.
North AIAt NE.
cey,-.1 box, Ladles.
East scoraPott—:-1 box, Sewing Circle..
Total—a 9 bole!, 7.5 casks. C 7 barrels, 4e pkgs,
parcel, ti firkins, 2 kegs, 4 sacks.
In view Of the impending terrible conflict in
Virginia, which'may oe fought at any moment,
the Commission would appeal for hospital stores,
of every description,' to be in readiness to meet an
incessant and urgent demand- Our present sup•
ply Is well nigh exhausted. ' The wants of a field
of battle are great, both in number and variety,
and these we must be prepared to meet. By a
prompt and generous response to tbis appeal, un:
told good may be accomplished. Money also is
required to purchase I eceseary Stores, which the
Commission can do to ,tgreat advantage; Let not
our Soldiers suifrr for toe .want. of those comforts
which the t hristian Commission by the personal
ministraticn of tried and faithful delegates, will
if properly supported, endeavor to supply.
GEORGE H. STUART, Chairman.
it 6 11 Bank street.
E.LiEr R TENNEsSEE.—A com-
Trmitt ß ee of the L FO athes' Drench qf the East
Tennessee Relief Association intend . visiting
Knoxville with supplies in the early part of Atay,
and. will be thankful for contributions Aclothing,
particularly for women and children, and articles
for hospital use. The following extract from a
letter Wliiten by Air. Harris: of INFashrille; proves
the.wide field f r labor in that unhappy State:
'You may remember some families newly arrived
occupyirg the large lectureroom on the first floor;
one of them 'lumbered eleven, , the other thirteen.
'I he former now numbers four, • the latter three.
The lament of a mother yesterday, as she wiped
the death dews from the brow of her only son, a
lao of thirteen years, was, .0h! oh! I brought my
little ones a mighty way to get bread to keep soul
and body together; now I have bread, and no
children to eat all gone, you ,soe! 0, Clod!
take Me—lake me, a poor, broken hearted mo
ther!' Dy the stovesat her husband with a dead
bany-in hisarms, the last of a family of six."
Since our fair we acknowledge the receipt of S 5
from a friend; tr-20 from do., and $2O from New Square, Delaware county.
Donations-May be sent to •
• Arch street, or,
MRS. ell LEE 'W.' HALLOWELL,
. 0 421 Arch street.
'S. CHRISTIAN COMMISSION
-0:r LADIES' - MEE LING AT CONCERT
HALL. —A meeting of Ladies •of all the Evan.
gelical churches of the city will he held at CON
CERT HALL on WEDNESDAY MORNING
next, May 4th, at too' clock.
- The Rev. Dr. Kirk, of Heston, 'Rev. J. "T. '
Duryea, of bleu' York, and same et the city clergy
will address the meeting in reference to the organ
ization of Ladies' Christian Commissione in the
several congregations. A full attendance of the
Ladies interested in the temporal and spiritual
.welfare of our brave soldiers , is earnestly re
A great emergency is before u s which 'we must
he prepared to meet. GEO. 11. STUART,
.ap3o-3t§ . . Chairman.
Irr D ELAWARE RARAN .
The Stockholders of the above Oompanywtu
meet on TUESDAY, the ioth of May next, at tkeir
Office, in PRINCETON, N.J., at 12 o' clock; M.,
to elect nine Directors for the ensiling year.
apl6treylo .JOHN P, STOORTON,See y. e
ca. , GREAT VENTRAL EAL„'L.
The Wholeeale bry (}Dods Committe.. l,ae s ! ll9 : 7 '
letige eceipt of the following subscriptio. cob
Jobb. B. Dlyeis & Co, . . . . ...
Stacy; R. Parcroft . 4ss 00 l, O lO
D.. 13 -Cummins l,OOO Ov
David S: Erpwri ' L.(0 0 0 0
Win S. Stewart • ' , 1, 0 0 0 00
Williams& Ca 1,000
'Riegel; W 1 et &Er sl it.: ..... . 1,0:,0,1 0
Marie, Shortridge & .......
Coffin & Altemus .......... . .. .. 1,05016
iambs:irk Kirkham &
....... . 1,000-00
•Tri-dick,Stokes & . . 'l4OOOOO
Frothlng,liam &Wells - 001 00 ,
Ludwig 71.reedlerlc 'l.OlO 00
.3troo-6,ll4ta.reh!ftyliaYward ! " 1,000 00
Falei. Wharton & Co I,l'oo 00
0 e orge 11. , Parristi . 1, 000 00
Lewi ~ Boardman &Wharton:::':..:..... l,OlO 00
J. 0 B owe & Co . 1 , 1,00 n 4 00
Edmund, 'lard &Co.— ' ; -1,1104 00
James, Rent, Santee & Co . 1,000 00
Jobnts, Berry to,-Co - • • • -.1 • 1,000 00
... ::. .0: 1,000 00
FurneSs, Brinley & Co .w. . 1,000 . 00 • ,
Thomas Mr:Evans S. Co ; -1 000 00
..... 500 00 I ,
Brooke Bros. Co.. 500 00
Lewis & Co
Hay & McDevitt
Bust & Kurtz 50) 00 500 00
Sharp, Haines !,1;' i. 500
Melgs & Brother -
L'e Cour:ey. La.foure • 500 .
&.. ..... suo
r, Cannell'- Co.
Cot ard k Serrill 500 00
Geori. e B Reese Co' 500 00
PembertonE. Hutchinson - 500 tO
Hellman & Rank, t. • 2.50 00
'Nicht & ,Lankenan ' 250 00
Robert Pollock & Co ` 250 00
Wm. T. H Dun can & Co 250 00
Ellis, Harrop & Co 100 00
Daniel K. Ti rim - 100 00
Werner & Itschner 100 00
Bld&way, Heussner Co 100 00
Temple ,S: Co
Jchn Tal urn
Thomas R. Tunis
John Farnum.... 100 00
Morris, Clothier & Lewis 100 00
Wray Gillilan •
J. E. Fryer 100 00
Dale Ross & Co 100 00 •
. 100 00
Alexander Wray & 00 100 00
Brian Ferguson ' 50 00
Sibley, Moulton & Co 50 00
Williams & Arnetst 5O 00
H. &J. R. Raiguel 10 00
J. Lurborrow .3.; Co.._
Wilson, Anderson .S.; Cernea. 25 00
Kr- ThE TREASUhER of the TWENTY
SECOND WARD BOUNTY FUND re
ports that he has recei red,since his last statement,
the o I law in moneys:
From City Bounty Fund, through Mr.
J. W. Boyer $lO Go
Joseph Engle 500
Michael Swaab 15 00
FOC ILTS P 11SC 11% CT
J. M. Gummey
George Strouse 4 00
T. eartney 5 00
G. W. Gammenly (additional).— 12 50
J. B. Busier JO 00
H. }ganders 1U oo
J. McNeil • 2 00
3. E. P. Stevens.
U. 11. Spooner..
7. A. Gummey,
J. 'Walker. 2'5a00
B. C. Curry 200
W. Rahn 500
Georpt Rahn 3 to
G.nyer 3 00
P. /lesson 3(10
Smith 3 00
J. biiup ick - 200
J. & G. Shantou 1 00
..... 2 IV
0. N. Berger 3 90
Gitruuuatown Union League..
Amounting to 51,2117
Remaining in hands from p evious report 741 SO
E.'"X:PEN D ED. • • • •
Paid Bounty to sixty six men as follows:
Nineteen, thirty-seren dollars
each , 5570 00
Fort) -seven, thirty dollar* each.. 11 75
p.s pen ded for prinung, ac 3S 50
Remaining to hand of Treasurer- -suss it
:Number of men previously paid, .t 2.3; nui"..2.' 4 r Of
men in present report. Gni . malting a total of ,29
men, who have received bounty at an expend'-
, lure of ste,M3 Z.- ,
As no woney is now peiEg receivedfrom the gen
: tit-men composingthe different Precinct Commit
! Ices, they having discontinued collecting, the nn
dersigned makes the above as his final report, coa
-1 ceiving that he has fulfilled the dnUes for which he
wall appointed in January last.
}rcm the best information at command, he be
' :forts that the Ward is exempt from a craft on the
two first calls for Ilve hundred thonsa.nd men, and
that a number. (perhaps sixty) are placed to the
llcredit of tie Ward upon the last one of the Presi
dent for two hundred - thonsand more
• There is still a number of veterans who, upon
re-enlisting. have placed - themselves to the credit
of this Ward. Some provision should be made to
raise aunt:Relent sum to pay them = their bounty as
soon as that number is known.
its J DEZ GATES,Treasnrer.
07., APPEAL—UNION VOLUNTEER RE
FRESHMENT SALOON. '
To the Citizens rd i'hilecielphia: It will be *three
vears on the .trah (my of May,1864, since the Union
Volunteer Refreshment saloon commenced- its
operations. The Committee never have pressed
their claims ; neither have they lost sight of the
fact that there were other institutions equally
worthy of public confidence and support, and they
have endeavored to discharge the duties entrusted
to them in an honest, economical; quiet and unos,
tentatious manner. Up to this time we have been
generously supported by contributions from our
friends and a portion of the monied corporations
of Philadelphia. We have tried to lessen the bar:
dens of our kind friends by annual fairs in. June;
the first was a success; the second comparatively
a failure, in consequence of the raid into Pennsyl
vania last summer, and there is no prospect of
holding one this season as intended. The high
prjce of provisions, and the heavy . and constant
demand on our Saloon have nearly depleted our
Treasury, and its the signs of the times point to a
series of proiractk d battles, and as there will no
doubt be still further calls °worm limited resources,.
we are compelledto make this appeal to the libe
rality of the citizens of Philadelphia and vicinity
for assistance, otherwise our future usefulness
will be very much impaired.
Contributions in cash and notice of provisions
and Sanitary' stores for our use will be received by
the following gentlemen:
Rev. Dr. ,Thomas Brainard, No. Gat Pine street.
Thomas Robbins Esq., President Philadelphia
Bank, Chestnut street, west of Fourth street.
D. B. Cummins, Esq., President`of the . Girard
Bank, Third street, near Dock street.
NS. A. Mercer, Esq., President of the Farmers'
and Mechanics' Bank, Chestnut street, below
J. B. Austin, Esq., President of the Southwark
,below South street, . '
M. W. .Woodward, Et q.'Cashier Manufac
turers' and Mechanics' Bank," Northwest corner
Third and Vine streetsi;,*
Thomas T. Firth, Esq Treasurer Pennsylva
nia Railroad, Third and Willing's alley.
James C. Hand .it Co , corneraforket and Deca
Satnnei B. r a l f s Esq.. Ifo. 514 Walnut street,
(who has consented to act as general Financial
Agent for our institution.) Or by any member o
The Union Volunteer Refreshment Saloon
situated at the Southwest corner of Washingtonpel-
and Swanson streets. The citizens of
phia and vicinity and strangers, are re
invited to visit the Saloon, and witness sfPoerethtflemllY
selves, the arrangements made for the refreeh
ment and comfort of the brave soldiers passing 1,
through the City of Brotner_lyLoye....,
ARAD BARROWS , t.Mairellaa.
J. B. WADE, Secretary.
IdOAF Sit 7 El
DAVID S. BROWN, Chairman.oo
katriEY ADP. THE GREAT
CEDiTRAL '1,0.113..—The. following. are
••• announced us 'the 4 ,..ornati!te.e- to. represent toe
'L. tate of New J.-rs..y at the Great alkitral F‘sir, to
be held at Phiitteriphat in Juno, 1861.
GENERA; RX.EOII•TIVE- 'eortitATlT'fEE lIA.VII
C.114/IqlL Or Tan WEIS" JSMSICY DEP A It'rn 'INT•
. • Com.-Bobert Siockton,
Gen.; Thomas; Canwalader. •
:lathes Steveur, Eppq
Hon: Thomas p. tJenter,
v. 4 lexani,,,,ier G. Cattel.r-El ;
ward' Bettie, E-1
I Mos. kr . r nP ,o l l, -El - q
Thomas h. Alk„viintri,nz•z4E.44/-
Atlantic I.',,, tnat lf-
William Moo' e, L s q
Enoch Doughty, Esq.. v
Dr. Samuel Mille.,
- Thomas L. Armstrong,
• fltiarlos Darker. Esq.,
John Tit tigers' F.sq -
v s Franklin :Woolman. .
• Dr: Wm.-S 11,wen.
Babel t t 7 Nichols, E q .
Hon, John T. Nixon,
Miss Hfir.riet Stratton.
v Salem County. - •
Hon, Richard M. Acton,
. James W. Bleettnl:
Mle Isabella Thompson,
5 - Sinnickson.
Cape May Coinsty.
• Dr. E L. 8.. Wales.,
• DoWnes Edmunds,, Esq. F
H. B. Miller: Eeq., ,
•VMre. J. F Cake.
Robert,H. Matlack. Es q.,
Robert Cart.r, Elq., ,
Alexander Wentz• Esq . ., - -"
'Mrs. David Osden
- • Camden County.
The West Jersey Auxiliary-.
. Hon. Edward W. Scudder,
William J. Owens, Esq ,
. Daniel P. Forst, Esq
Samuel B. Wilson, Esq ,
. Mrs. Battolpti,
Mrs James B Coleman,
Miss Farah B Hall, v
Mrs.lJ. S. Fish, _
Mrs. al. B. Chumar-
The Depot for Media and East Jersey will; 'be .Tc.
TRE.NTON; that for West Jersey at CEIDIDEM:
all goods sent to Trenton should be directed.to-th;
Quartermaster General of New Jersey; these for
Camden to I...:APdUET. HIIFTY, Es.q., assistant to
the Quartermaster -General of New Jersey.
. JOEL PABH V
TEM.:TOR, April 29,11
grNITED ATES HRISTIAN' UGH
MIUSSION—STA. NATIO N AL AIOVEAT.F.NT.
--u public meeting of NatiOnal character and im
r ortence will he held in the Church of the Hpiphs
) y, CH
TI SDAY EVENING NEXT, May 31, at 7)i
Rt. Rev. CHARLES P. ArcILVAINE. D. D.,
Bishop of Ohio, will pre s ide, and deli yer the open
lag addr es s. •
Statements of the Christian ; work in the Army
will be made by
Rev: E. N. KIRK. D. D. , of Boston.
Rey. JOS T. DURYEA: of New York.
E.' S_ TOBEY, Esq., of Boston, (EL.President
Board at Trade.)
All of whom have recently retarned from the AT
my of the Potomac. -
. Short address*.o may also be Tr •m
Rev. T. WHE.A.TpN SMITH, D 19., Of Phila.
delphia. • •
Tdeesnres effecting the intetusui of the United.
es Christian Commission throughout she coun
try, nod of great importance to the soldier--so soon
to meet the enemy on the battle-field—will be un
GEO. H. STUART, EMIG., 1
JOHN P. GROZER. ,- :i)
JAY rOOKE, 41 1 Execntiv
C. DEMOND, Boston, I C ° nunittee ,
E. S. TA..NES. New York. • j .. .
ap3o.3t. W. E BOARDMAN. secretary.
WEST BN•Ori COAL. IRON, OBE
_AND LUMBER COMPANY . -Nottee is
hereby e,iven to the ~ ttockholders of - this - Oat:away,
that a meeting for the porp - me of permanent. or
ganization. and an elnetion.of nine directors a
clerk and a treasurer. In conformity tOWill
be bele: at the office, NO LN st
stairs) on MOND&Y, May MR
23d, WA 11.64, - at UT
19O' re et, (up
noon The polls will be kept opeu'lrom l 2)( to
23..; O'clock P. E 2. •
JOHN' HU.TOIIiNS)N •
a3O. a - to, th, tm3 Chairm an.
PIIILADELPEtIA, April 21 1 , 64.
At a meeting of the Board of Presidents of the
City PaE eenger Railways it vvas resolved that on
and after Nay lst next, smoking will beprohlbited
on all parts of the ears,. .
ap2s tf 4 GROSICEY, Sec'y.
ay: GAP MINING COMPANY.—The An
nual Meeting of Stockholders of the GAP
MINING .COMPANY will be held at their
oce, No, 136 South THIRD street, on MONDAY
the second day of May, at 4 o' clock, P. M.. at
which time and place an election will be held for
five Directors - to serve for the ensuing year,
apls-tmy24 .P. S. HOECKLEY, Secretary.
trrOFFICE OF THE LEHIGH ZINO
COMPANY, Na. 121 WALNUT STREET,
PHILADELPHIA, April. 19, 1264 —The Annual
meeting of the Stockholders of the LEHIGH
ZINC COMPANY will be held on WEDNES
DAY. May 4th proz., at lt.o' clock A. M.:; for the
election of seven Directors m serve for the en
suing sear, and for the transaction c f other. bust
nese. GORDON BIUNGES.
aro MR§ • • Secretary.
HOWARD HOSPITAL, NOS. Thls AND
WM , LOMILKED Street, DLSPEN S.ART
1 " . IV1.1 " 0 2. 1 ntit mtnierti aniloned-
VIRIT to ft* •pors.r. Run
31, SO3 so
lAN ASIMOuItNED MEETING- OF RE
Incorporated Company. First Troop Philaiel
phia City CA-valry, will be held at their Ar
mory; TWENTY-FIRST street above Chest
nut, on TRITESDAY, Maysth, ate o' clock, P.M. '
• ' WM. H. HART. President.
A. 0. (Isvrnr...t, Secretary. ap-.li.s-ttelt*
L. (Union Artillery) 7th Regimen; P.' M., who
have not signed the Pay Roll for services
rendered n.Sep If mber, ;4d )2, Will C2ll at No. Bs
cHrsTismT street, prier m May Stn, and sign
the same, as nor Ignature will be reeeivediatter r that
time Friends of absentees - will report.
ISAAC STARR Jn., Captain.
S. J. Inwtai. 0. S ' . , ' aP3U-3t*
tiARMORY; COMPANY C, ARTILLERY.
P. H. G. GEBMANTOWN, April 27, 1664. ~
The members of this Company who wernln.
service in SepteMber. 1.522, as Company ci; Sth
penr.si lvarda Alititia 4 win' meet at Litt gsttoth's
Hall, Germantown, on SATURDAY EVENING,
31:th_inst , at S o' clock, to sign pay rolls. :
Bel , fives or friends of deceased or abs , rit mem
bers will please at-end with proper vonthers.
&By order of - M. S. BIDDLE,
_. . .
nc! ,F'erreaC tptain Commanding.
B BUTVEP, Sec rrt. ap 27. w, f, s,3til'•
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1A RUBBMR. MACHETE BRLT/NO.
1: 1 1. 1 )
• STEAM PACKING, HOSE, 4cc.
gingers and dealers will find a FULL As.
SOBTRIMiI" OE GOODYEAR'S. PAT,ENT
VTTLC I ANIZED RUBBER BELTING, PAOR,
LNG, BOSE, &a., at ths Manufacturer's Head_
303 Ohestaubstree t,
ff. ..Et. We "ave a NNW and Cilip,ATlCLit
f GARDEN and PAVEMENT HOSE,- ie
cheap, to witieb the attention of tbo notate .is
PETER WRIGHT SONS,
, IBIPORTHEtS OF EARTHENWARE,
SH/PPING AND 001 dHaSSIONBIERUHARTS
NO. llb "WALNUT STREET.
JAMBS A. WElGHT,lmareinwr A. GIErSBOO34
VHOIUMN PIEB. • 1 TREODOZEI WEIGHT. re,
TV/FONT'S GUNI.OWDER.. --sr:Wm:RPM"
LI Sporting and all other kinds of Eagle Gnu
powder. etinpowAer for bk_stiugand skipping;
also, Government Prom for ordnance andmilitary
service , • Carmen, Musset and Rifle 'Powder,' r
sale by WEGLLAZI S. JRANT. 216 South D i u
COTTON !ULM GOTTON CANVAS,
of every weight, from one;to two feet wide, au
_• heavy and light RAVENS MR=
ASHLAND TOPSAIL and otter A.wning Twills.
Paper Foiting, Ss Twine, &c.
For sale b 7 w. EITERMAN tc 00 ,
-..••• *tit 001.41..
URHAX MUSTARD. —The subscribers are
now receiving an invoice of this celebrated
English Mustard, the finest in the world, put
up in pound and. hall-pound bottles,. imported
and for sale by .T. W BUSSIER do 00., •
apll 1(13 and 110 South Wharves.
BAQS - TLACIIIATRA COFFEE, NOW
laading from bark Thomas Daue tt . roe
street sale by DALLETT & SON, Isto south I'FONT
SBIOKEDELERRING.-1,19.5 boxes Scaled Her.
P.-nring:3os boxes No. - 1 Herring_ per champi on
( male b F.' tk. SOPME W., DOgb !gat.