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GIBSON PEACOCK Editor.
VOLUME XVIII., NO. 19.
MAW/ CHAMBERS aCO
I PEOPIRJETORS k i
U 2 SOUTH THERM STREET
!THILADELPHIA. : '
MOMS OY SITBSO33IPTION.I
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NEW 'WINDOW STTA 11ES,
The largest stock,
The finest Goods,
The lowest prices,
At W. HENRY PATTEN'S,
BACRE—MoGAYOOII —On the 19th ult., at
Nashville. Tennessee, by the Rev. Mr. Harlow,
Assistant Surgeon Dallas Bache, U. S. Army, to
Alberts. P.. daughter of Dr. D. T. McGavock, of
CLYMER—DIETZ—ApriI 27th, by the Rev.
Wm. Fishbough, Edward M. Clymer, of Read
ing, Pa., to Ella M., daughter of the late Wm. H:
Dietz, of New York.
F.OKSTEIN—CONARD—On the 29th ult., by
the Rev. T. De Witt Talmage. Jacob Eckstein to
Jane L. Conard, daughter of James M. Conard,
both 01 this city.
CL APP—On the 30th - ult., at the residence of his
brother-in-law, hI. F. Longstreth, Darby, B.
'ranklin Clapp, in the 44th year of his age.
His relatives and- friends are respectfully in
wVited to attend the funeral from the residence of his
brother. N. T. Clapp, No. 1022 Walnut street. on
the'3d instant, at 10 A. M. Interment at Laurel
GRAHAM—On the Ist instant, LGeorge Chap
=an, son of John H and Henrietta Graham, in
the sth year of his age.
The relatives are respectfully invited to attend
the funeral from his parents' residence, No. 805
Noble street, on Wednesday afternoon, at three
HENDERSON—On the Ist instant, aged two
years and nine months, Robley Dunglison Hen
derson, youngest son of Dr. A. A. Henderson, U.
HOOD—On Friday, April 29, Rev. Jas. Lesson
Mood, son of Jas. T. Hood, aged 24 years. •
Funeral from the residence of his psrents, No.
1328 Mt. Vernon street, on Tuesday, May 3d, at
11 o' clock, A. M. To proceed to Bristol, Pa., at
23fi o' clock. P. 8., from Walnut street wharf.
His friends and those of his family are invited.
* Services at Advent Church.
OAKEOHD—May -2d, Grace Oakford, aged 73
POLLOCK—On the 13th nit., Matthew Pollock,
an old ana respected citizen of Erie county, Pa.,
aged 71 years. Also, on the 19th nit., Mrs. Han
nah Pollock, wife of Matthew Pollock, aged 7i
POULSON—Departed this life on Sunday after
noon, May 1, 1264., at the residence of his father,
Chas. A. Poulson, Spring Garden street, Charles
XL. Poulson. Junior.
The relatives and friends of the deceased,
and those of his family are, respectfully Invited
to attend the ftineral obsequies and interment
at St. Peter's Episcopal church, on Wednesday
afternoon, the 4th instant, ruactsaLv at five
o' clock. P. M. ***
TAMS—On the 29th nit., Mr. William Tams,
in the 70th year of his age.
His male friends are respectfully invited
'to attend the funeral from his late residence,
Wo. 1508 Vine street, to-morrow (Tuesday) morn
ing, at 9 o' clock. iR
WESTOOTT—Hampton eldest son of Gideon
G . and Caroline C. WestcOtt, in his 25th year, on
Monday morning, the 2d instant.
Funeral front his father's residence, Southwest
corner of Fortieth and Spruce, on Wednesday
afternoon next, at 3o' clock. To proceed to
MeIOIIIBAZINES AND SUMMER: BOMA-
Jl9ll EINES, of every quality. For sale by
• BESSON &SON,
apl2 Mourning Store, No. 918 Chestnut street.
E YRE tr. LANDELL, 400 ARCH STREET,
Rich Silks, for town trade. ~
Best stock of Shawls in town.
Dress Goods, popular styles.
Tan and Plaid Sack Cloths.
Nobby style Cassuneres.
For additional Special Notices see sixth. page
wr CHILDREN! ATTEND!!
RECOLLECT THAT THE
WILL TA.KE PLACE THIS DAY,
MONDAY, MAY 2
Tickets may be had at Mr. SCHWARZ'S, 1006
Chestnut street, or at Miss BRUCK'S, coraer of
Sixth and Buttonwood streets. It§
TrTHE UNDERSIGNED BREWERS OF
the City of Philadelphia, in consequence of
ontinued advancing prices of Malt, Hops,
Labor, Fuel, /cc., and the increased expenses in
cident to the manufacture and delivery of Malt
Liquors, are compelled to advance the prices of
their PORTER and ALE to the following rates
on and after MAY 2d.
Draught Ale, per barrel, $9; Bottling Ale, per
barrel, S 8;. Draught Porter, per barrel, $9; Bot
tling Porter, per barrel, $B.
Win/Gaul. Abbott & Co.,
Massey, Collins & Co., I Philip Guckes,
Frederick Lauer, Christian Schmidt,
Leeds & Gray, Dithmar & Co.,
ignatez Beckler, W. D. Smith ft
dames Moore, I George W. Gray.
PHILADA., April 30, 1864. mpt-m,w,f,3t
D y NATIONAL UNION CLUB,
No. 1105 CHESTNUT street
A STATED MEETING OF THE CLUB
WILL BB LIBLD
ON MONDAY EVENING-, MAY 2,
AT EIGHT O'CLOCK,
S. SNYDER. LEIDY,
MNOVEL LECTURE. —MISS SUSAN
NAH EVANS. the distinguished young
SH ORATRESS (16 years old), will deliver
one of her unique \ and eloquent Temperance
Addresses in CONCERT HALL, on FRIDAY
XVENING, May 6th, at 7% o' clock.
Miss EVANS has no equal of her age in the
world, and her Lectures are presented with 'mar
velotte Power and eloquence, and are her own
ompositions, With her sweet, musical voice,
she makes herself heard in the largest audience
Tickets 25 cents. To be obtained at the principal
'Music Stores, and at the door. No postponement
on account of the weather. my2-stro6
DTNOTICE.—The animal meeting of the
Stockholders of the MARQUETTE
3il NG COMPANY, of. Michigan, will be held
at their Office, No. 319 WALNUT street, on
TUESDAY, May 3d, at 3o' clock P. M. An elec
tion for Five Directors will be held to serve the
ensuing Year. DAFID S. IIEYL,
INS OFFICE OF THE JEFFERSON FIRE
URANCE' COMPANY OF PHILA
DELPHIA, May 2d, 1864.
At a meetlng of the Board of Directors held.
- Tuts DA.Y a -semi-annual Dividend of FOUR
PER CENT., clear of taxes, was declared, paya
ble on and after the 12th inst.
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firraz-m' TO RETAIL GROCERS.—The Commit
-I,kg tee in charge of the Table of your Depart
ment in the ' , GREAT CENTRALFAIR" is very
desirous you should co-operate with them and
contribute liberally, so as to make this Depart
ment equal to any other in the "Fair." The La
dies of the Committee are now calling, with au
thcrize4 credentials, to make collections.
Chairman Ladies' Committee,
1428 Lombard street.
Taunts or THE COMMITTSE.
Mrs. RAVEN, 1102 Walnut street.
Mrs. MORRELL, 2137 Arch street.
Mrs. IRWIN, 510 South Ninth street. -
Miss GORDON, 1816 Delaney Place.
Miss STEVENSON. 1006 Clinton Place.
Mrs. WIEDEMANN, 18 Smith Twentieth street.
Mrs. GARTLEY, corner Thirteenth and Button
Mrs. NOLEN, 2035 Pine street.
Mies FREEMAN, Walnut street. it§
M. GREAT CENTRAL FAIR.
Committee of Finance (particulars al
ready published) 510,000 00
Pennsylvania Railroad Company, receipts
previously acknowledged by Commit
of Finance 10, 000.00
From a soldier, per Hon. John Bobbins. 2 00
Miss Esther B. Stevens ' 500 00
Collected by Dr. David Einhom, minis
ter of the congregation "Kenezeth Is
Jacob Nirdlin ger 525
J. Denferty 5
N. Kaufman 10
Joseph Dryfoos 5
M. Donitzer 5
S. Heidelberg er - 10
D. Ettinger i 5
S. Pragheimer 5
M. Einstein 10 .
S. Benari 5
W. Fellheimer - 5
Philip Effinger " 5
Henry Muhr 'i 5
Foreman Br others 5
Isaac Long. 5
Sickel & Weyl , 5
Henry Bomberger -- 5
Ballenberg and Stroule 5
F. Troutman 10
Moses Rosenbaum 5
Michael Ullman ... _ 5
Samuel weii - 10
Lazarus Stein 5
Levi Kai:rimer' 2
Lewis Eisenbmndt 2
Rev. J. Salinger 5
Meier Tillman 20
J. Lehmayer • 5
Emanuel Beta.... - 5
W. Lonnerstad ler. 5
Cobs Ir. Friedman 2
S. Mass 5
Joseph Mayer e...- ... . 5 -
Cash - 1
E. Vogel -- 2
L. Bernheimer. -- 1
M. Stern 10
S. Long 5
Proceeds of a literary entertainment giv
en by Mrs. 'Mary H. Tevis, at hen esi
deuce, 1334 'Walnut sreet 120 00
$U 753 31
CALEB COPE, Treasurer.
elf APPEAL—UNION VOLUNTEER. RE
FRECHMENT SALOON. • -
Te Citiaiiis . ..P;siT6odetphia: It will be three
Years on the :nth day of May,1664, 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 triers were other institutions equally
worthy of public confidence and support; and they
have endeavored to discharge the dunes 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 bur
dens of our kind friendshy annual fairs in June;
the first was a success; the second comparatively
a failure, in consequence of the raid into Pennsyl
vania lastiummer, and tliere is no prospect of
holding one this season as intended. The high
price of provisions, 'and the heavy and constant
demand on our Saloon have nearly depleted our
Treasury, and as the signs of the times point to a
series of protracted battles, and as there. will so
doubt be still further calls on our limited resources,
we are compelled to 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. 631 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. '
S. A. Mercer, Esq., President of the Farmers'
and Mechanics' Bank, Chestnut ,street, below
•• J. B. Austin, Esq., President of the Southwark
Bank, Second, below South street.
M. W. Woodward, Esq.,()ashler Manufac
turers' and Mechanics' Bak, Northwest corner
Third and Tine streets.
Thonfas T. Firth, Esq.,Treasurer Pennsylva
nia Railroad. Third and illing's alley.
James C. Hand Co., corner Market and Deca
Samuel B. roles, Esq. , No. 514 Walnut street,
(who has consented to act as general Finandial
gent for our institution.) Or by any member of
The Union Volunteer Refreshment Saloon is
situated at the Southwest corner of Washington
and Swanson streets. The 'citizens of Philadel
phia and vicinity and strangers, are respectfully
invited to visit the Saloon, and witness for them
selves, the arrangements made for the refresh
ment and comfort of the brave soldiers passing
through the City of Brotherly Love.
ARAD BARROWS, Chairman. -
J. B. WADB, Secretary. ap2B-14trp¢
or. U. S. CHRISTIAN COMMISSION—
LADIES' MEE PING AT CONCERT
HALL.—A Meting of Ladies of all the Evan
gelical churches of the city will be held at CON
CERT HALL on WEDNESDAY MORNING
next, May 4th, at 10 o'clock.
The Rev. Dr. Kirk,, of Boston, Rev. J. T.
Duryea, of New York, and some of the city clergy
will address the meeting in reference to the organ
ization of Ladies' Christian Commissions 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 us which we must
be prepared to meet. GEO. H. STUART,
aP 3O-3 trl4 Chairman.
gr, UNITED STATES CHRISTIAN 00Pd-
MISSION—A NATIONAL MOVEMENT.
—A public meeting of National character and Im
portance will be held in the Church of the Epipha
ny, on CHESTNUT street, corner of Fifteenth, on
TUESDAY EVENING , NEXT, May 3d, at 736
Rt: Rev. CHARLES P. McILVAINE. D. D.,
Bishop of Ohio, will preside, and deliver the open
Statementiof the Christian work , in the Army
will be made by
Rev. E. N. EIRE, D. D. , of Boston.
Rev. JOS. - T. DURYEA. of New York.
E. S. TOBEY, Esq., of Boston, (Ex. - President
Board of Trade. )
All of whom have recently returned from the Ar
my of the Potomac.
short addresses may also be expected from
Rev: J. WHEATON SMITH, D. D., of Phila
Measures affecting the interests of the United
States Christian Commission throughout the cotta
try, and of great importance to the soldier—so soon
to meet the enemy on the battle-field—will be un
GEO. H. STUART, Phila., )
JOHN P. OROZEE. "
JAY COOKE, 46 Executive
C. DEMOND, Boston, Committee.
E. S. JANES, New York,
ap3O.3trp W. E. BOAR DMAN, Secretary.
1 ATTENTION!—NEMBERS OF BATTERY
L. (Union Artillery) 7th Regiment, P. .52. , who
have not signed the Pay Roll for services
rendered in September, 1862, will call at No. 116
CHESTNUT street, prior to May sth, and sign
the same,'ns no signature will be receivedlatter that
time. Friends of absentees willreport.
ISAAC STARR, Jn.., Captain.
S. :T. Inwitc, Q . '' S ' - a 1) 35-3t*
stz. s.: ezl
OUR WHOLE COUNT RY
PHILADELPHIA. MONDAY, MY 2, 1864.
E R acknowledges the re
ing adoitional donations
03. H. Atwood, $lO 00
I H. FrothinghaM, 10 lq
E. D. Whitney, 50 00
John McGarrovy, 3 00
James W. Boyd, 25 00
Fund, per W.
Veitch, 740 63
Charles E. Davis, 25 00
S. N. Davies, 25 00
_(additional), 50 00
!Wm. Miller 500
Erre THE TREASTJE
ceipt of the followl
to the EIGHTH WARD
Charles Gilpin, S5O 00
William Bncknall,loo 00
J. N. Ash, 10 00
George R. Justice, 50 00
C. w, oningshead, 300
Charles H. Jones, 500
Cash, 1 00
G. A. Thompson, 10 00
Wm. Thompson, 10 00
A. W. Holt, 2 50
S. P. Blake, 15 00
A. Keyser, Jr., 5 Os
Mrs. R. M. Lewis
and Miss Lewis, 50 00
M. Kirk, 20 00
Samuel J. Sharp
less (add.), 40 00
James R. Webb, 10 00
Dr. E. Hartshorne, 25 00
S. A. Mitchell, 30 00
Andrew Staley, 20 00
0. S. Hubbell, 25 tO
William Camac, 50 00
Paul Jones Fry, 20 00
W. G. Caldcleugh, 5 00
H. Brown, 5 00
John.B. Peacock, 25 00
George M. Freeman, 10 CO
J. M. Hamill, 10 00
John M. Finn, • . 15 00
T. B. Gemmill, 10 00
John B. Maddock, 30 00
Lucien Moss, 10 00
Mrs. J. McHenry, 10 00
Joseph Roberts, 20 00
William Mellor, 25 00
E. H. Beatty, 500
A. M. Collins, 20 00
G. R. Wood, 10 00
S. 0 McCawley, 20 00
Edmund Alien, 3 00
Thomas King, 2 00
A Lady (Miss G), 35 00
Robert McCawley, 10 00
Simon. Delbert, ' 25 00
Alderman Ogle, 5 00
George Gottilam, 5 00
Mrs. M. L. Ellis, l 5 ( 0
T. F. Goodwin, 10 00
A. L. Rodgrion, 25 00
Cash, 25 00
,A Fliend, 15 00
Ben.i.F.Karrick, 211 DO
A. H. Wurtz, 10 00
J. G. Thayer, 1Q 00
0. A. Griscom, 15 00
Geo. B. Roberts, 20 Oil
James Nevins, 50 00
James Grant, 50 00
S. Weir Mitchell, 10 00
Geo. F. Peabody, 50 00
Patrick Comber, 5 00
Stephen Dolan, 5.00
Andrew Crawford, 2 50
W. W. Horner, 2 00
Marshal Tyson, 20 00
Lewis Baugh, 25 00
John McKay, 5 00
Cooper Smith, 20 00
A. Willcocks,RL 1 1 ,10 00
Joseph Ryan, 2 00
H. C. Ewing, 5 00
John Pitcairn, 5 00
Thomas J. Dorsey, 5 00
Samuel D. Gross,
M. D_ 0 10 00
B.S. Whelan,aJr., 25 00
Thomas'Dorsey, 5 CO
David Shipps, 1 CO
P Panel!, 200
James T. Moore, 2 00
Patrick Deblr, 2 00
George Megee, 2 001
Henry Dupe, 2 40
.11. E., 10 20
J. Gould, (add) 25 00
Mrs. J. N. Scott, 25 00
Jos.Harrison jr(a(1100 00
A. C. Borie,(add) 100 00
Isaac Lee, (add) 50 00
D. R. Jackman, (a)SO 00
J. B.Thompson,(a)so 00 ,
G. D. Wetherill,(a)so 00
Cash,, 50 00
J. R. H. B. Fry,so 00
W. Le arum g&Co (a)5O tx l
W. 11. A shurst, (a) 50 00
L.R. Ashnrst , k a) 50 00
R. Churchman, (a)3O 00
Price J. Patton, 30 00
J. U. Smith, 25 00i
R. Smith, (add.) 25 001
T. Whelan, (ac.d.) 26 001
/1, D. Landis,
••• (add.), 25 00
S. W. Roberts,
(add.), 25 00
J.'Carver, (add), 23 00
Wm. I). Smith,
(add.), 25 CO
I. Norris,(add.), 25 00
R. N. Cms, 20 00
Dr. R. P. Harris,
(add. ), 12 00 Win. P. Wilstach,
Wm. H. French, 10 00 (add.), 50 00
Harrison Smith, 10 00 (*homes A. Reeves, 10 00
F. F. Bernadou (ad- ' Alex. Brown(add' 1) 50 uu
ditional), 50 00 Geo. Howell (54'1),50 (4)
Collected by Mr. Edmund Castillon, 25 00
Shain, 10 00 a. D. Cash (add' 1), 25 Qt)
P. h. Turner, 100 John A. Lewis, 20 00
S. Tatham, 5 00) Albert Stewart, 10 CU
S J.Reeves (add' I) 50 00 John Embley, 10 CD
John Tucker (ad- If. P. Mitchell,. 10 00
ditional), 25 00 Cash, 10 00
Jessup&Moore(ad-Frank Wister, 5 00
ditional)..2s GOICh.o. F. Deleker, 500
T. T. Lewis &Bros 'Geo. W. Summers, 5 00
(additional), 100 00 Chas . V. McManey, 5 00
Thos. H. Powers, 100 (10IA, 5 Ou
John J. Ridgway, Grover & Baker, 25 00
tadoitional) 50 00 W. L. Bladen, 5 00
Jams a 0. Fisher, J. D. Hartley, 5 Go
(additional) 25 00 William T. Hartley, 5 00
W. R., Thompson, Charles C. Stewart, 5 00
(additional) 25 00 E. Christman, 5 00
Mr. Carpenter, 10 00 Thos Manderson,,loo 00
Jas.L.Southwick, 50 00 John S. Newbold,i, 50 00
Jobn E. Rogers, 50 00 Thos. J. Crothers4 25 00
John E. Barclay, 25 00 1
In the former acknowledgment Samuel Coffin
should have been Lemuel Coffin, 8100 00.
Future donations will be acknowledged as here.
tofore. WILT.T AAI STRONG, _
OTTHE LADIES' COMMITTEE UPON
CABII4 ET W ARE FOR CENTRAL FAIR,
gratefully acknowledge the following donations:
J. E. Gould, piano ... $57.5 00
Moore & Campion, furniture 500 00
Imploye's Moore ft Campion 200 00
Thomas Thompson Sons & Co., furniture. 253 00
Courtney .r. Willets, furniture 3.50 on
J. Eisenbrey & Son, cash 100 00
W. J. Allen k Bro., furniture 250 co
U. B. Mench ft Co., furniture 120 00
A. N. Atwood, furniture 60 00
P. Gustine, furniture " 50 50
W. N. Atwood, undertaker, cash - 25 00
R. Bringhurst, - undertaker, cash.. 30 Q 0
Cyrus Horne, undertaker, cash 35 00
A. Britton, ten blinds 20 00
Mocke, furniture 25 00
Ulrich & Ward, furniture 50 00
Kroft. & Reich, furniture 30 00
Joseph Heath, furniture . 25 00
Thomas P. Shuborne,farmture 100 00
T. &J. A Elenkels, furniture 50 00
Ignatius Lutz, furniture - 50 00
D. M. Karcher, furniture 45 00
John A. Bauer, furniture 10 00
Parson & Davis, furniture 50 00
H. F. Hoover, furniture . 45 06
B. P. Tyndale, casn 4 00
Mrs. Cannon. cash • , - 5 00
George S. Fletzele, eagle 20 00
LiDagore Sc. Irwin, eagle 6 00
A Lermbre, furniture 50 00
Hess & Brother, furniture 7 50
A. Miller, furniture 9 00
Eisler & Rick. furniture 12 00
Bell & Adolph, furniture 30 On
B. J. Kollock, cash 20 00
G. L. Peck'ham,furniture 30 on
Richmond & Forepaugh, furniture 25 00
H. 0. Atwood, me.tress 10 00
Getty & Sapper, rustic frames 10 00
Samuel Sailor, rustic frames 7 50
F. B. Gilbert, furniture 17 50
G. Luckenbach, furniture . • 800
Crawford & Co,, cash /0 00
10 MRS. SETH B. STITT, Chairman.
OFFICE OF' THE LEHIGH ZINC
Lky COMPANY. No. 121 WALNUT street.
FHILADELruis., April 25, 186 i. —the interest due
on First and Second Mortgage Loans of the Lehigh.
Zinc Company, due Ist May proximo, will be
payable after that date at the office of the Company.
ap3o-2trp GORDON MONGES, Sec's,
mr. HOWARD HOSPITAL, NOS.-1518 AND
1648 LOMBARD Street, DISPENSARY
ABTBIENT. Medical treatment anikmen
aies ITatultosely t o Me poor._ paw
Richard L. Willing, 25 00
John Locker,. 5 00
W. Mifflin, 10 00
0. W. Davis, 25 00
John P. Mnrta, 25 00
D. L. M.lO 1/..;
Mrs. Samuel Win
Prof. Allen, 5 00
T. W..blarkley, 50 00
James W. Careon, 50 00
James. Bonbright, 50 00
Samuel Christian, 25 00
John Pollock, 10 00
J Erwin, 10 00
William P. Thomas, 5 00
J. Reigel, S 00
J. H. Brown, . 125
Samuel Macineney, 5 00
Alex. Macmeney 500
Thomas Steele, 5 00
Mrs Bowye, . 25 00
John Short, 5 4,0
John McOlenigan, 2 50
Mrs. Callahan, 5 00
Thomas Horner, 30 00
1 .L. H., ' 20 00
1 John Good, , 10 0:1
.'Whiterbottom, 25 00
G. M. D.. 20 00
Ann Leaming, 5 00
George W. Silveg, 100
Lyman (add.), 20 00
Robert Adams, 25 00
Dr. J. W. Van Osten 10 00
Francis Welles, 10 00
Charles Daggett, 5 00
James M. Allen, .5 00
Charles F. Saater, - . 5 00
Maris Prell, 5 00
J. H. Pawling, 3 00
0. H. Sharp, 25 00
.i ohn Fair, 100
John Mciionnell, 5 00
Peter B. Long, 5 00
Workingmen of Mer
rick & Sons, 10 17
R. T. Shepherd, 50 00
Geo. L. Keller,
(add.) ' 10 00
J. S. Gilliam% M. D. , 7 00
Edward Benner, 500
Henry Philllppi, 25 00
J. L. Gropengieer,
(add. ) 5 00
Ms. Zebley, 1 1,0
Miss Coulter, 1 00
Doctor Bell, 5 00
Mr—Olark, 10 00
Mts. M. E.M Era-
I. H. G.. .
J. W. Morris, Jr, :10 00
M. C. Shallcross, 10 00
Tames Fulton, . .10 00
Jahns C. Lee, I 0 00
Peter Conrad, 1- 10 (K)
A. Barnes (add.), 25 00
(additional). - 50 00
EL J. Williams,
David S. Biown, 25 00
A. W. Grinner, 10 00
a friend,. 50 00
W. B. Park, 10 00
A. friend, vs 00
W. Purvis, 10 00
T. Braceland, 5 00
James G. Thayer, 500
d. 8., 500
J. Irwin. . 5 00
John Burns, 5 00
J Leland, 300
Ling. Maylesen, 2 00
4eorge Gow, 1 00
IM. Rogers, 1 Ou
H. Cohen, (add. ), 10 00
Oliver P. Armen; 500
G. Cinteknnst, 1 00
Miss. M. A.Clayton, 1 00
Charles Brehler, 3 VJ
S. S. H., 2000
51.1.55. M. X. Johnson, 5 00
S. J. Solms, 100 00
Jos B. Solms, 50 00
E. H. Fristimuth,
(add.), 50 00
W. C. Priehett, 25 00
Joseph Roberts, 10 00
ocrTHE SANITAItY AND CHRISI'IAN
TILE onnarrrax COMMISSION.
In the midst of the gloom and revolting carnage
of a civil war, as remarkable for its waste of hu
man life and its exhibition of human sufferings as
for the 'vast territory it desolates, we are still
permitted to realize that Christian humanity in
creases with the occasion of its exercise. The his
tory of the world furnishes no parallel in the al
leviation of the miseries of war to be compared for
-an instant with what has been done in our un
.happy contest by the Sanitary and Christian Com
tmissions.. We may hope that we are not deserted
,of }leaven, that• we shall not want the coun
tenance of Him who came to save lost men,
and who saved both body and- soul, so long as we
properly sustain these two great institutions.
At the present moment, extraordinary efforts are
. being made to enlarge the usefulness of the Sani
tary Commission and to fill its treasury. These
measures have taken strong hold of the public
mind and imagination, and promises abundance
. tor that institution for some time to come. Amidst
. the absorbing tendency of these measures, how
ever, is there not danger that many of the friends
of the Christian Commission may forget that it
depends for the continuance of its works of
kindness upon the spontaneous bounty of the
Christian hearts of the country? Its wonderful
growth and the ample support which it has re
ceived in supplies and money attest the appro.
batiOn which has been accorded to its plans.
and operations. Under this encouragement it
has constantly enlarged its sphere of labor.
It is doing so now, and therefore needs
an increasing support. As these two great in
struments of Christian charity have distinc:
spheres of action among the soldiers and sailors—
the one mingling sanitary measures and medical
aid with bodily relief, the other Christian teaching
and consolation with like bodily succor and com
,fort,-so they make distinct bat not incompatible
appeals to the consciences of the people, and to the
fountains of liberality. Let them not appeal in
vain. The hands of the Sanitary Commission are
now beuigfilled; let not the Christian Commission.
with its vast array of clergy and pious laymen—
laborers without compensation—be left without
ample means of carrying as well the hopes and
consolations of religion as material comfort to the
soldier and the sailor, in the hospital, the ship,
and the camp.
The Christian Commission is now calling upon
its friends for money and stores. Its expenses are
heavy, for its work is great, diffused, - as it is,
throughout all our military and naval service. It
pays comparatively little in salaries. but largely
for supplies of food, clothing- hospital stores, for
special cases of destitution, for sudden emergen
cies, and for the means of placing all these things
in the hands of those who want them, at the mo
ment of greatest need. Christians of every name
have sent their clergy and their laymen to do the
work of the Christian Commission without com
pensation. It remains for those who cannot per
sonally share in this work to strengthen tae hands
of those who thus devote themselves to it, by con
tnbutions to one of the grandest Christian chari
ties the world hes ever seen.
It has been supposed by some persons, having
equally at heart the continuous efficieucy of both
Instituticns, that it would be wise to apportion the
proceeds of the great fairs between them, and some
have gone so far, without the sanction, however,
as we are assured, of the Christian Commission,
as to ask such an apportionment. The response of
the committee in this city was, that they had no
power to make suchen arrangement;and, further,
that the wants of the army were so great as to for
bid any division of the avails of the fair.
It is true enough that what should be done for
soldiers and sailors in such a war as this is more
than both institutiots can do. So far as physical
comforts are concerned, both have the same object
in view. The Sanitary Commission dispenses its
stores through the agency of the army surgeons.
The Christian Commission, having the moral and
spiritual interests of soldier and sailer specially in
view, is obliged to keep in its service a large num
ber of Specialesents in every departmentof their la
borswhose aol business it is tools rate the morals and
carry the invitations and hopes of the Gospel of
Christ, net only to the sick and wounded, but to
t h e strong and well. The ample and specific re
ports made by a thousand clergymen and hundreds
of known laymen; who have devoted themselves
to this work, are convincing proofs of the efficacy ,
of this method. These agents approach the soldier,
whether suffering or well, in the name of Christ,
and c ner instruction. consolation, and hopes of
heaven in his name, and *nen, from accident or
emergency, or 'other cause, food or clothing or other
comfort is wanted, it is immediately giVen in the
same name with a liberal hand.
Those who approve this plan of working in the
army and navy should now come forward with
more bountiful ,hearts than ever. Let the hive
silty which is filling the treasury of the Sanitary
Commirsion stimulate those who approve or
prefer the objects and methods of the Christian
Commission to an enlarged contribution, to meet
the enlarged and constantly enlarging work, and
to preserve its activity unimpaired in the presence
of the absorbing intiuene r of the great fairs.
Samuel 11. Perkins, 13 ohn A Brown,
Wm. C. Rent, . .Rli K. Price,
Wm. A. Porter, John B.- Myers,
A. J. Drexel, J. T. Way,
James Pollock, . S. B. Mitibell,
Wm. Strong, James Graham,
Wm. Bracknell. Samuel C. Ford,
Thos: T. Tanker, Sr., ;Leonard Jewell,
John Nell, M. D., lAlexander Whilldin,
C. Sherman, Jacob P. Jones,
Al , •rrisi Patterson, ,Samuel Jackson. M. D. ,
WD. G. Moorhead, Robert Steen,
Thomas Robins, Thomas Wattson,
,Ps.v id Lewis, Stephen Cottrell.
John Bohlen, It
arUNITED &TALES SetNITARY COM
Communicants of Mower U. S. A Hos
B. P. Hutchinson
$.130, 074 57
CALEB COPE, Treasurer.
PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, May :Id, 15 . 64.
The Women's Penn Branch United Suites Sani.
tory Commission also ackno - wledges•the receipt of
the following donations in hospital supplies since
the la st report:
Northwest Soldiers' Aid, Mrs. Wearer, Secretary,
Mrs. Joseph Sill, I package.
Soldiers' aid, Columbia Cross Roads, Mrs. P. B.
Wells, Sec., I box.
St. Clement's Church, Mrs. P. M. Clapp, Sec.,
Ladief , ' Aid, Canton, Bradford county, Mrs. W. S.
Sec. , 1 box.
Ladies' Aid, Milton,Northumberland county, M.
L. Lawson, Sec . firkin.
Ladies' Aid, Friendayille, Susquehanna county,
Mrs. Anna Foster, See., I barrel.
M, ES Sully, I package.
Soldiers' Aid, Forest Lake, Susquehanna county,
Mrs. J Wright, Sec., 1 bbl.
Ladies' Aid. Nittany and Bald Eagle, Clinton co.,
Miss., H. E. McCormick, Sec.,
Ladies' Aid, Mahanoy, Schuylkill county, 1 box.
Ladies' Aid, Reading, Barks county, Miss Clara
C. Gries, Sec., T boxes, 1-firkin.
First Presbyterian church, Mrs Wm. Purees,
Sec. 2 packages.
Aid Sc:ciety, Westfield, Tioga county, L. J. Good
speed, Soc., I box. -
Ladles Ald Stroudsburg, Monroe Co. Miss. A. M.
Stokes,Sec., I bbl.
A. M. ewing Society. 1512 Spruce street, Ipkg.
Soldiers' Aid, Chatham Valley; Tioga Co.
Reuben Morse, ec. , l box. -
Chester county (Nintral Aid, Mrs. Rachel S. Price.
Sec., I box.
Industrial Branch, Mrs. Mary C. Roberts See. ,
Ladies .Aid Auburn Schuylkill county, Miss. H.
Crawford. 1 bbl.
DrBANK Or THE NORTHERN LIBER
TIES, PHILAUELPHIA, May 21 18;4 '
The Directors have this day declared a dividend
of SEVEN per cent. for the past six months, pay.
able, clear of State tax and the 3 per cent. United
States tax, on PRIDAY next, the 6th inst.
myd.st* W. GUMMERE. Cashier.
POWELTON COAL AND IRON COM
PANY—OFFICE No. 104 WALNUT
EET. — PHILADELPHIA, May 2d, 1864.
The Annual Meeting of the Stockholders lot this
Company and an election for President and. Di
rectors will take place at the office of the Company,
on MONDAY, Ism instant, at 4 o'clock, P. M.
ISRAEL W. MORRIS,
MrTHE NORTHERN HOME FOR
FRIENDLESS CHILDREN.—The annna
meeting of Contributors and election for Four
Trustees and Six Managers, to serve for four years,
will take place on TUESDAY, May 10th. 1861.
between 4 and 6 P. M., at the office of THOMAS
EARP, Esq., President. N. E. corner of ARCH
and SEVENTH eta. M.. 3. MITOIIESON,
wy2 i ;3 1 9 1 IQ-VA 'Secretary.
DT. OFFICE OF NORTHERN LIBERTIES
GAS COMPANY, PHILADELPHIA, April
An election for Two Trustees of the Northern
Liberties Gas Company, will be held at the Office
of the Company, LAUREL street, telow Front,
on TUESDAY, May 10th inst., between 11 o' clock
A. M. and 2 P. M.
my2-2t6 W. P. FODELL, Secretary.
ET. A MEETING of the male members of the
M. E. CHURCH., in favor of Lay Repre
sentation, will be held at TRINITY M. E
°BURCH. Eighth Street above Race, on
WEDNESDAY Ei - eniag next, MAY 4th, at 8
A full atteadance is requested, as matters of im
portance;will be introduced for consideration.
John Whiteman ; T. K. Peterson.
John Field, Samuel C. Sttarn,M.D
T. H. Collins, Geo. Cookmaa.
A. W. Rand, Joseph Thompson,
Geo. I. Hamilton, John Stillman,
James B. Lare, T. T. Tasker, Sr. it§
[a. DELAWARE MINING COMPANY OF
MICHIGAN.—Notice is hereby given that
all Stock in this Company, on which the instal
ment of One Dollar per Share, called February
151 h, 1E64, and due March let 1864, is not paid, is
forfeited for said default ; and that, according to
the Charter and Bye-Laws of the Company, it will
be solo at Public Auction on Saturday, June 4th,
11i64, at 12 M.. at the Office of the Secretary of the
Company. No. 326 Walnut Street, lehiladelphia,
unless paid on or before that day.
By order of the Boar& of Directors.
STATE OF THE THERMOMETER THIS DAY
AT THE BULLETIN OFFICE.
fl A. M.. 61 0 ... 12 lit, 69. l 3 P. M.,
Minimum Temperature during last 24 hours, 48.
Weather clear—Wind Southeast.
OFFICERS FOR COLORED REGIMMITS.—During
the past week the nollovring students. of the Free
Military Academy, of this city, passed a success
ful examination at Washington and were recom
mended for the positions named, in colored regi
ments. For Major—George E. Brown, civilian,
of Maine. For Captains—lsaac Johnson, civilian,
of Delaware county, Pa.; Edward N. Willard,
civilian, of Luzenae county, Pa.; Erwin M. Mer
rill, civilian, of Jefferson county, N. Y.; Charles
L. Finney, private, Co. K, 112 d Pa. Regiment;
Sylvanns B. Iluested, civilian, N. Y.; Manuel
Eyre. 2d Lieutenant, .3d Delaware- Regiment.
For First Lieutenants—Henry j. Stager, civilian,
of Schuylkill Haven, Pa.; Simon H. Gould, pri
vate, Co. B, 6th Ohio Cavalry; Alexander S.
Johnston, civilian, of Philadelphia. For Second
Lientenant—Charles V. Lombard, civilian, of
CITY MORTALITY.—The number of inter
ments in the city during the past week was 349; an
increase of 65 over the previous week, and 'the
same period last year. Of the whole number 167
were adults and 19:1 children, 69 being under one
year of age; 191 were males and 158 females- - 109
beys and 53 girls. The greatest number of deaths
occurred in the Twenty-fourth Ward, being 26.
and the smallest number in the Twenty-second
Ward, where only four are reported. The prmci
pal causes of death were apoplexy, 6; congestion
of the brain. 7; consumption. 39; convulsions, 2,2;
diphtheria, 6; disease of the heart, 9; erysipelas, S;
scarlet fever 6; malignant typhus fever. 14; ty
phoid fever, 15; spotted fever, 12; inflammation of
the lungs, 22; inarasmns, 9.
NORTHERN HOME FOR FRIENDLESS CHILDREN.
—This institution held _Hs annual meeting last
evening at the Church, at Seventh and Spring
Garden streets. The annual report shows that
during the year there have been received into the
Home, 170 children, and at the present time there
are 160 in the Home; of this number over 30 are the
children of aoldiers now on the field of battle.
During the year three- - desths occurred VmOnzi the
children. The health of the institution is good.
The managers have just had finished their build
ing erected for an infirmary, in the rear of the
Horne: the cost of the structure will reach about
513,1.00. Among the youthful inmates are two
children of an interesting age; one of these is from
Richmond, and the other from Missouri.
POLICE STATISTICS.—During the month of
April 2.670 arrests were made by the police of the
city. The prisoners were divided among the sev
eral districts as follows :
Dist. Arrests.'Dist. Arrests.
First ' IFtil Eleventh 148
Second 430; Twelfth 61
Third •....',llThirteenth 41
Fourth 9 1 1 S Fourteenth '26
Fifth 347 Fifteenth.... 45
Sixth 1 Sixteenth Si
Seventh 141 Reserve Corps 14i
Eighth 'I 66 Day Sergeants...—. if.
Ninth.... Aug Harbor Police 30
FinE.—The old-fashioned brick dwelling,
couthweet corner of Second and Shippen streets,
v 4 as oiscovered to be on fire about half-past eleven
o' clock on Saturday night. The roof and loft were
completely destroyed, and the building was de
lnged with water. Peter W. Cruse & Co., gro
core, who occupied the cellar and first story, have
an insurance of $3,500 on their stock and fixtures.
which will probably cover the loss. Mrs. Rebecca
Hammitt occupied the remainder of the building
as a boarding house. The furniture suffered con
enteral ly from water; *no insurance. Hugh 0' Don
nell owns the bui ding, which is insured. The fire
originated In the back garret, and was accidental.
Tnr WARD Botwriss.—The Representatives
of the different Ward Bounty Committees held a
meeting on Saturday evening at the County Court
House, and adopted the following resolutions.
Resoired, That it will be just and proper, in
making up the quotas of the respective Wards. if
it shall appear that any Ward or Wards have sup
plied more than the proper number to free them
from the draft, that such excess shall be credited
to the Wards that shall prove to be deficient.
Resolved. That. he City CounCils be requested
to take such action as may be necessary to carry
out the purpose of the foregoing resolution.
DEATLI OF A VENERABLE MERCHANT.—We
regret to announce the death of Mr. William Tams,
one of the oldest and most respected China. and
Glass-ware merchants in this city. He was for
Many years at the head of the old firm of Tams
Brother, and enjoyed the friendship of a very lo4rge
circle of,business men both before and Sallee his
retirement. His age was 70 years. The funeral
will take place from his late residence, No, 1.50...3
Vine s.reet, to-morrow, (Tuesday) morning, at 9
PROMOTED.—Mr. John E. Norcross, for
merly a reporter in this city, who was drafted,
reported for duty and was placed in the 118th Re
giment P. V. , has just been appointed to a Second
Lieutenancy in the' 15th Regiment U. S. Colored
Troops, and will leave for New Orleans to join his
regiment on Wednesday next. The promotion is
well deserved. Mr. Norcross had served his coun
try in the field on two occasions previous to be-
THE FEMALE OLATHE from Wa - te's, Miss
Evans, who has been so successful in Boston and
New York, will speak on "Temperance." at
Concert Hall, next Friday evening. She is quite
yOuthful, but is said to be singularly eloquent and
A MEETING of the ceWorking ITOtuen!s Re
lief Association" will be held to-morrow eilening
at hall, :prang Garden and Thirteenth streets.
Col. Wm. B. Thomas, Mr. F. A. Van Cleve,bliss
Mary Grew and others will address the Meeting.
A NEW BANEuro Housz.—The first
National Bank of this city has purchased the St.
Louis Hotel property. and will erect thereon a
splendid banking house. The price paid for the
property was 8100, 000.
FELL FROM A WIEDOW.—On Saturday even
lag a boatman, named Joseph Potter, twenty.
three years old, fell from an upper-story, window
of a house at the, corner of Front and Pine streets,
and was injured internally.
lirtowN's BRONOHIAt Titocmcs.—“We com
mend them to the' attention of Public Bpda/cent,
Singers., and others Who are troubled with atfecsions
of the Throat."-[-Christian Watchman.
A GIGANTIC ARRANGEMENT.—GoIiaIt of Gath
Was eleven feet font inches in height. His brazen
helmet weighed 15 lbs. His target or collar affixed
between his shoulders to defend his neck, about 30
lbi.; his spear was 26 feet s w o r d
lng and weiged h .55
lbs, its head weighing MR; hisd his greaves
on his legs 30; and ilia coat of roan 186; making in
all 273 lbs. ! When he wanted a new suit he always
went to the blacksmith's for
thenan.d it was sent
h ome t o bins on a dray. The of d i t present
day hare less muscle and more brains than Goliffit,
for, leaving the .blacksmith to make horse•shOes,
they procure for themselves elegant garments at
the Brown Stone 0/etbing Hall of Rockhill WU.
'soul Nos. 603 and 605 Chestnut street, aboye Sixth.
BULLETIN BUILDING 112 SOUTH THIRD
F. L. ,, FETITERSTON, Publisher
MUM= & 00.
A fresh importation.:
I CHELDREIes HATS.
Children's Hats, -
CHAS. OAKFORD k SONS,
. Under Continental Hotel.•
A MAFNIFICENT 7-oct. Pianoforte for sale at
a great sacrifice (if applied for at once); in use onl l y
five months; as good as new. Cost $600; will be"
sold for 830, as the owner is obliged to leave the
city. To be seen at the - residence, No. 267 Smith-
Fourth street. -
- GOLDEN Brrnms,
GOLDEN BrrrEns, ' • .
Prepared by Geo. 0. Hubbel do 00. are the best
tonic.ln the world—a bona tide hygienic article,
pleasant to the palate, diffenng from any other-
Bitter now in use. We advise a single trial to test
their merit. For sale everywhere.
- Oa Waln E nt G s . tree lit) t, ° P Z hil' A ad ge e n lp t hia.
DEAFNESs, EYE, RAH, THROAT DISEASER,
Catarrh. treated with the utmost success, by Dr.
Von Moschzisker, Oculist and Anrist, author of
the work "The Ear, its Diseases and their Treat.
mein." Oftleeo 7 lo27 Walnut street.
THE IMPROVED ELLITTIC LOCK SITTCH SEW
rso MACIIPSE, No. nt Chestnut street, N. W.
corner of Seventh, possessing such real merits as
will be of sufficient guaranty to the purchaser.
without the necessity of resorting to the 1,001 rea
sons of the braggatiocia order to recommend it.
It is no new experiment, but has been thoroughly
tested for the past eight years in this city, upon all,
kinds of goods of family wear; and we fully war
rant it for-
Sutching the finest or coarsest fabrics; for hem—
ming, felling, tucking, braiding, gathering, enc.,
It is undoubtedly the simplest, strongest, most
durable and speediest machine in existence. .
Upon the abovapoints we do challenge ail ahem,
with any forfeiture, for a public comparison of the
We warrantall machines as represented, and al_
to be new and not ever having been returned into
the office, after three menthe use by others,: as
detective. The Elliptic t§ not of this class of ma
WASAMAICER S. Bnownr, Clothing, Sixth and
Market street e.
Wanamaker & Bro Clothing, Sixth & Market.
Wanamaker & Brown, • thing,. Sixth & Market,
Wanamaker & Brown, Clothing, Sixth & Market.
Waniumaker & Brown, Clothing,-Sixth & Market.
Wanamager & Brown, Clothing, Sixth & Market.
Wanamaker & Brown, Clothing, Sixth & J larket.
Wanamakerle, Brown. Clothing, Sixth & Market
Wanunaker & Brown Clothing, Sixth & Market.
Wanamaker & Brown, Clothing, Sixth &Market.
Wanamaker & Brown, Clothing, Sixth & Market,
Wanamaker & Brown, Clothing, Sixth & Market.
Wanamaker & Brown, Clothing, Sixth & Market.
Wanamaker &Brown, Clothing, Sixth & Market.
Wanamaker & Brown, Clothing, - Sixth & Market,
Wansmaker'& Brown, Clothing, Sixth & Market.
Wanamaker & Brown, Clothing, Sixth & Market..
Wanamaker do Brawn., Clothing, Sixth & Market.
Wan..isiker a ?grown, Clothing, Sixth Zc .Market.
Wanamaker & Idrown, Clothing, Sixth & Market.
Wanamaker & Brown, Clothing, Sixth & Market.
Wanamaker & Clothing, Sixth & Market.
Wanamaker Zc Brown, Clothing, Sixth .k Market.
Wanamaker & Brown, Clothing. Sixth & Market.
Wanamaker & Brown, Clothing, Sixth & Market,
Wanamaker & Brown, -Clothing, Sixth & Market.
Wanamaker & Brown, Cloththg, Sixth & Market.
Wanamaker & Brown, Clothing, Sixth & Market.
Wanamsker & Brown, Clothing, Sixth & Market.
Wanamaker & Brown, Clothing, Sixth & Market.
Jfem Oran - En—Rich Paris Lace Mantillas,
new styles and patterns.
Points, half Shawls, square Shawls, and Baur
En as, with and wiihout capes.
Rich white Lama Lace kiwilillas„ in au the new
J. W. PROCTOR ar. Co.,
The Paris Mantilla 'Emporium.
920 Chestnut Street.
$250,000 To LOAN, in sums from $1 to. 1,000,
on Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, Silver ware,
Clothing, Dry Goode, &c., at John Rettew's,
Money Loan Office, corner Fifteenth and Market
streets. Watches and Jewelry for sale.
DR. KARR's Rifrigerators and. Porcelain
lined Water Coolers, with a great variety of other
styles, for sale by the manufacturers, at No. 230
Dck.lc Street.: E. S. Farson & Co.
A Nsw Prasums FOR Tux HANDKERCHIEF.
: ,, DTIGHTDLOOIIINGCBMainn6!i
NIGHT BZOOIIING CSIBICHHs'
A MOST EXQUISITE., DELICATE AND FRAGRANT
FEEFUME, Dis Trump. FROM THE RARE AHD
BEAUTIFUL FLOWER FROM WHICH IT TAKES - ITS
Manufactured only by
PHALON & SON, New York.
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS.
ASE. FOR PHALON'S—TAKE NO OTHER.
JOHNSTON, HALLOWAY 4k CO. Agents,
Sixth and Market streets, Ballads. Sold_ by all
DEATNESI AND BLINDNESS.—.T. Isaacs, M.N.
Professor of the Eye and Ear, treats all diseases'
appertaining to the above members with no
utmost success. • Testimonials from the most re.
liable sources in the city and country can be ens
at his Office, No. 511 Pine street Artificial byes
inserted without pain. No. charges made. for an
examination. Office how s from Bto 11 A.M.,2 to
7 p.m., No. 511 Pine street.
" CEDAR CAMPHOR", FOR Monts —Stiffing to
insect life. Cheap and sure. For sale at Needles",
Twelfth and Race.streets.
• Far] CLOTHING, Ready-made and made to
order, in the best manner and most fashionable
styles. The subscriber is able to offer to the pub
lic the strongest inducements to purchase clothing
of him, and will guarantee to all his customers
entire satisfaction. WILLIAM S. 'JONES,
Successor to Robert Adams;
• S. E. corner Seventh and Market Ste.
Velum, Bunions, Inverted Nails, Ealarged
Joints, and all Diseases of the feet cured without
pain or inconvenience to the patient, by Drs.
ZACHARIE & BASNETT, Surgeon Chiropodists, No.
921 Chestnut street. Refer to Physicians aad Sur
geons of the eitY.
BEST AND PDTLEST COAL in the city; none
better; please try it. Samuel W. Hess, Broad
stree above Race, east aide..
Tun CMsewn:Pr.—A rich treat in - the way of
presented to-night at the Chest
~ E lry 110 Conner," a funny version of
.The Colleen Bawn," with Harry Pearson as the
Colleen, Miss Qermon as Mea t Miss Ward as
Hardresa (iregan, Lennox as Danny Minn and J.
T. Ward as Corrigan. It is described as remarka
bly good, and will probably bare a long run. Mr.
J. S. Mortimer, the fawns light comedian, will.
also appear in "The Bull In a China Shop,"
supported by Chapman, Lennox, Miss Ward, etc.
Tam Anca.••••• 'Rosedale" enters its last week
this evening, other novelties being m preparation.
Tam Werzon. —The Florences have closed their'
first week moat successfully, the houses increasing
in numbers with each performance. This even
ing's bill comprises "Kathleen Mavourneen,"
with Mr. Florence as. Terrence O'Moore, and
"Thrice Married," in which Mrs. Florence as
sumes, with protean facility, six different charac
ters, with dances, songs and imitations of various
dialects, mail *No:lW ttqur% early.
DAVIS lc RD - SHARDS,
Arch and Tenth at eats.
NIGHT BLtiONTNG CERSI7I3,"
NIGHT BLOOMING lONRIMIB,'
"NiaaT BLOOMING CIEREIIB2
6 4 NIGHT BLOONING thratsus,,,