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TEE WAR FOR THE UNION
13eLirkoRE, May 3.-1 conversed tO-dity with
deserterirom the rebel army, and mil a few tlays
from Isicbnarnd, who took the oath_ot allegiance.
He was born In Virginia, ham been in'the Southern
army three years, and seen much. He saw Long
street sad his whole - army in Richmond some
weeks ago; has been an- through Dee's fortifica
tions. and thinks them impregnable from a front
attack. .He says the Whole strength of Lee's pres
ent. army Is not over eighty thmisand, their food
and clothing beingtad, but better now than here
The rebel officers and leaders pretend to be gen.
%mine of BACcets, ut the file are
heartened and lag.- b hopeful. rank
The and rebel cavalry
horses are nettriy starved and Titania to stand 'fa
- tigue. Only the fear of being shot prevents thous
ands of rebel privates from deserting. They , all
want peace - on any terms. Lee fears most an at
tack' in the rear, of being outflanked. Evident
preparations were seen at Richniondfor.remoring
the archives and civic officials arther soidti. The
whole-city is in a terrible state of commction. 'Pay
Informant says Lee's fortifications .extend
0 - miles back from his-present position on. 'theßapt-
SPIRIT OF THE REBEL PRESS.
IFF - 9.B.I3ENGTON, May 3. —The Richmond Examiner
of 'the 291 h tilt., says—lf we hull our own in
Vt .- girds till this summer is ended; the North's
termer ior mischief everywhere will be gone. • If
we lose, the. South's capacity for resistance will
he broken. The Confederacy has ample power to
keep its piece in Virginia if employed with tnergy,
min consistency, and this is the last - year of the
War, whichever 1771.135.•
The Richmond Nnoitirer of the 30th says a corn.
pang has been organized' with it capital
4500, of which 500,600 is paid in. It decllnes.
disclosing the cow:linen of the enterprise, but Says
That the company aspires to grand results, a - fleet
at least, and it has now e very pros pe ct nf achieving
all its purposes. ' , •
Mr. Long's speech in Congress is published in'
the Raleigh Conserentioe, and spoken of as a bold:
and manly speech, and. as in several respects, the'
most remarkable speech that has been delivered in.
FORTRESS Naimoli., May 2. —Thn „New South
(Journal) Port Royal, April 30th, contains the fol-
Pming from Jacksonville, April 24th:, The rebels
we evacuating Florida. - Two' brigades under
Gen. Coltittet, were recently sent from Flori la,
by railroad to Virginia.
The rebels have not now•over 800 to 1,000 troops
in the State.
roar ROYAI, April 30.—0 n the 25th instant, the
64th Massachusetts regiment (colored) captured,
near James Island, 16 rebels. '
CAPTURE OF BLOCKADE RUNNERS . :
• FORTRESS 11.10NROR, May 3 —The steamer 0. L
Clarke, from Port Royal, rerierts, On the Ist inst.,
spoke, off Frying Pan Shoals, gunboat Vicksburg,
cruising for blockade runners. She reports having
captured, on , the 30th alt., - the schoon6r indta.
loaded with palm oil and cigars, evidently - board ,
for Wilmington.. She also chased. a sine-wheel
steamer, but lost sight of her at night. The pro.;
palter Armitage ran on the wreck of the gunboat
White Hall last night in Hampton Roads,and soon
after,sunk.,, , - • , -
A SOLDIER HUNG III)R DESERTION.
A letter loom the Army of the Potomac, April
Theevent today has been the eXecation by hang
ing of Private Thomas - - R. Davison. Conipany A,
19th Massachusetts VOlunteer.s,' for the: crime ,ef
desertion at his post. The execution took place
npon,-an open.-plain:at the footof hills (tempted by
the - encampments of the 2d Corps, to which the
condenlned man belonged. The - scaffold was
erected on a gentle elevation; - the grave was newly
dug beside it. At the hoar Of noon the 2d Divi
. sion saarchnd' down ,the hills and formed a hol
low square in 'double ranks, about the -scaf
fold. 'Jae 'the procession approached, the square,. ,
the outer rank opened; permitting .it to pass
into. the lane between the two ranks. Along
this.. lams. it slowly 'moved, the band still
pla.ying the funeral march; the troops, with arms
at their shoulders, solemnly observant. The coa
dexaned.man was attired - in a soldier's shit, and
wore upon his head the white cap. , The halter
i•eletiabout his neck, hung down his back, and was
fastened at his waist. His arms were pinioned at
the elbows. His face was turned from the scaffold,
and he seemed to be listening to the chaplain, whe
leaned towards him talking in low tones. A face
livid and hollow, and hands'mated, as it by
consumption, were evidences of the suspense and
anxiety whlcA..4t seemed had not, after all, sub
' lined a determination to nieet his disgraceful
doom with courage and - composure. As the band
ceased playing and 'the wagons halted in
the centre of the square beside the scaffold, the.
prisoner arose from
.his coffin and- leaped to the
ground, pinned es, he was, lightly and without
assistance. Ascending the scaffold, he stood and
. liatened- to the reading of the order for his
execntion, which was; at the same time read to the
.„ troops around by different officers lie then knelt
before the 'chaplain, who offered prayer, looking
up into the ceaplaia's face at times, as if to hear
more distitfetly. By this time the troops all stood
facing tovrard 'the scene, the officers, with un
covered.heads—a- silence -profound prevailing
throughout the lines. When askediafter the close
of. the , prayer. if he. had - -anything, to
say, he waved his • hands and shook his
head, replying no. It is said that he had previ
ously remarked to one of his g nerds that they
might break his neck; but they - could not break his
spirit," and his demeanor sustained the boast.
The white cap was now drawn over his eyes, he
stepped upon the. trap, and 'while the end of the
— halter was being secured to the - beam above he
drew abandkerchie• from his pocket and:waved it
in the air. ;Bin - hand, atter death, still retained its
hold upon thii handkerchief. His feet toncherd the
earth at the fall, but death ensiled in a fewmoments.
He. Waslinried upon the spot Within an hour after
the 'departure of the troops ,"f who marched in
column around the scaffold before leaving. The
man who thus died was between 30 and. 40 years of .
age, and unmarried.
WasnucoroilZEllay - - - 3T—The . Wiibseilptions to the
Ten-Forty loan reported.at the Treasury Depart
mentto;day amounted to 81,03,000.
The District of Columbia requires only twenty
two Illbreinen to"complete all calls for men here
tofore made by the President.
The Irons° Post:office Committee have under
considerationthe Senate bill for the continuance of
theoverland mall to California._ Some of the mem
bers are in favor of reducing the amount to be paid
per annum, which is equivalent to defeating the
bill. The House will, no doubt. pass it, as the
disposition is strong to foster all lines of communt
cationhetween the State of California and the gold
Considerable difficulty has-, been .found for some
time in keeping a quorum
,of'die Senate present in
order to transact business. -Under the existings
rules it takes •thirty-six for "a quorum, and it is
now proposed to make it twenty-four. This pro
positio.o was made to-day, will be acted on to
morrow, and will be passed nearly, if not quite
The House Naval Commitiee had up again the
consideratiorroUthe location of an iron-clad Navy '
Yard. 'Senator Biddle got off a long speech in
favor of locating the Yard at, New Castle, Dela
ware," claiming that its superior natural advan
tages eclipse all other points. .It stands no chance
at all: 'The action of the Committee will soon be
brought to a close. =' ' •
The Senate Finance Committee will take up the
tax bill -to-morrow, it having been printed to
he Ways and :Means Committee will take - up
the tariff bill so soon as the appropriation bills are
disposed 0f... The naval and civil appropriation
bill has been considered at length, and willbe re
ported to-morrow. Tne Hones may disagree with
the. Senate bill and render necessary a committee
The - proceedings in the case of Oolionel Gibson,
2d Pennsylvania Artillery, who-'was • ttied by
court-martial for half a Cozen offences, impeach
ing his conduct as an officer and gentlethan, are
published in a general order. The finding of the
court acqu tshim of every charge. Disapproved,
and ends thus: -
The result of all inspections of his regiment re
ported lo these headquarters mis been favorable to
him as '.a commanding officer, and his regiment is
represented as one of the best disciplined and best
instructed , in artillery in this command.
The ten thousand dollars stolen from Major
Von Valkenburg at Annapolis on the lath instant,
was recovered by Colonel Baker last night in an
old shoe in an out.bone, where the thlef IBtirns)
bad aoncealedit. Barns is nbw,in the Old Cap
itol prison. ,
CLOMP OP •YEBTZBDAy PROOlialpllo3l3
An act Yelating . to the appointment of Inspectors
of the Western Penitentiary ; came np on second
reading. The bill passed flually r ,yeas 17, nays 15.
Mr. Terrell calledup . an - act- authorizing the
Governor to accept a donation front the Pennsyl
vania Railroad Company of $50;000 for the orphan
children of soldiers and sailors. • . • • '
On the motion to proceed to the second reading
of the:bill, the yeas were 17, nays 16 Not agreed
.10, requiring a.two.third vote. - •
Mr. 7 ROSherry called up the act relative to
claims for damages during the rebel raids; passed
fhee Lovrry Vehemently opposed the passage of
A motioxivras made to .suspend the. raj:s and
and read the bill a second time. Not agreed , to,
yeas 20, nays 13.
Mngto n r.• Connell
birthday a public holiday. Passed
Statementiivere - maile tbat the. publisher of the
Record had inserted among 'the Lesisiativd pro
ceedings the report of:a town meeting relative to
the remov . el of the capital, and.had alto at/bushed
• many pages of . testimody. in..., regard to a military
investigation, Which testimony had not been or.
tiered pnblished. ' • .
Jar, Lamberton offered a resolution instructing
„the Auditor General to deduct the usual price-per
Page from the publisher' for such spice as
was occupied by therepOrt. of the Public meeting:
xi. Clymer moved; amend by rescinding - the
contract between. the' State and George Bergner,
the publisher of the Record.
Alin McCandless - stated that the printing of the
evldencehad heensirdered by the Rotse.
y r . clyther stated that the pay for: the Record,
as rnr ntioned in the Appropriation bill, had been;
v ery greatly:increased from the amount stipulated
in the original. contiact
Mr. McCandless moved to refer the whole mat
ter to the Judiciary Committee. Agreed to.
Beardslee culled up an act to incorporate the
carbon Manutacturi^g Company. sed finally
Adjourned la nti 1 three o'
ELOTISi3 Nar HEPREBRIsTATIViS.
- - .
An act authorizing the sale or exchange of a por
lion of 'Young's burial ground, in West Philadei
pine, was returned by the Governor wilh his.veto
Itwas paceed over theseto. •
An act antliormingthe Philadelphia and Wilkes
• bane Railroad to connect wi It the Little Schuyi
1311 and Catawlssa Railroads was considered.
Eenate in2ei iiments , to the General Militia bit
were considered. . . . • .
7dr. Hopkins moved to4oostOon-1 for the pOs
en t, 'because - the bill did' not pay the a %sees. re ant .
Eciently. Three cents a name was all they got,
The motion to postpone was not agreed to.
The umendments were then-concurred in.
The House then engaged in the first reading of
over three hunired private bills, none of which
were passed fealty.
Adjourned until afternoon.
Apt moon Session. —The House was ertgag,ed that
whole of the afternoon session in the reading about
three hundreo hills on - the private calendar, none
of which -came rip for final consideration: '
Epenus , tession,--rhe House was engaged in the
final consideration of the above-mentioned private
bills. of ,which the following of interestto Phila
delphia were passed:
Increasing the teas of Coroner& , Incorporating
Philopatriall Hall of Philadelphia. Incorporat
ng the Grant Land Company. • Incorporating the
United States mining Company.
MEETING FOR *THE 11. S. CHRISTIAN COM
A meeting on behalf of the U. S. Christian Com
mission was held last evening. at the Church of the
Epiphany, Fifteenth and Chestnut streets. The
at.endance was - rely large, and the vast assemblage
was presided "over by the Rt. Rev. Charles JP.
REcilvaine, D. , Bishop of Ohio.
The meeting was opened - ,with singing by the
hoir, after which a fervent and impressive prayer
was offered by Rev: Dr. Newton.
The opening address was delivered by Bishop
amine. He said that never iii." the history of
this land'had a meeting come together in such a
solemn time. The whole land seems to be holding
its breath in expectation-.of that which is to
come. Hundreds of years hence what a month
this will be for our posterity to loot back
upon When we think of the itwful conflicts to
take place, of the souls that will in a few days
pass into eternity, the great importance of multi.
plyii theagenciesof the Gospel is apparent. When
we think of this, then we remember the prezise
worth of this Christian Commission =to go
wherever the-sick and the wounded and the dying
are to be found. It is indeed precious to hear, one
say that I st, ould have remained dead to God were
It not for this commiislon, ' There Is not in the
whole world at the present time such a harvest
field for the Gospel, and he believed there was no
field where Christian enterprise should.be more
centred thrin hi the army among our soldiers.
God's blessings- is with our cause which la the
cause of truth and graciousness. Let vs ad call
upon God for his blessing and deliverance in the
conflicts which are about to coma.
Rev. E N. Kirk, D. D , of. Boston, was intro
d aced. He reviewed the history of. the rebellion,
and of the - vast number of men who had taken the
field and spoke of the labors and workings of the
Christian Commission. He said we need an agency
purely voluntary, unpaid—the most b. autifal fea
ture. Wewant7d. representative of home—a mae
whose only-business is to comfort and to heal and
to give the.drop-of water to the parched lip- - The
speaker relatedliumerous incidents that. occurred
on the fl.ld, andconcludeci his remarks by an elo
quent appeal for all to come forward and help ,to
sustain and:encourage the noble Work.
E. S. Tobey, Esq., of Boston, was next intro
duced. He stated that at this moment they had
about 150 delegates in the army diffusing the word
of God, and the sum of one million of dollars had
already been expended by the Commission. TAUS
much more was now needed and he appealed to all
to give according to theirmeaus towards the sup
port of so noble a cause. -
Addresses-were also made by Rev. Joseph T.
Duryea, of New York. and others.
Rev., Dr. Newton then read the contributions
that had already been received, amounting in all
to IS3i 000. A collection was then tak,n. up among
the audience. -
Dr. 7nne n- then handed over four half-dollars,
- .vhich he had reeei'ved in the e-fternoon from a
blind widow woman. A. few rein/irks - were then
made by a young chaplain who' was converted
through the instrumentality of an agent of the
Christian CommissfOn. -
! A few works were also spoken by Bilhop Simp
son; Rev. J. Wheaton Smt h, and &hers.
The whole amount raised daring the evening
reached nearly fifty thousand dollars'.
• The vast audience was dismissed with the bene
Religious History and Criticism. By Ernest
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Nepenthe. A charmingly written new Novel 1 50
Peculiar. Epes Sargent's very successful
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The Art of Conversation. An Admirable
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Spicy Book 1 25
Private Miles O'Reilly. His Comic Book.
Illuitrated 1 25
The Yachtman's Primer. -For the Amateur
Game Fish of the North. A Book for Sports
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Hugo's Les Miserables. in the Spanish Lan
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Dirs. Holmes' s nevi Novel. Darkness.and Daylight.
Hotspur. A New Novel by the Author of t Lulu.'
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TEE DAILY EVENING BULLETIN !-PRILADELPIIIit. WYMPSDAT. MAY 4. 1864
Fire Insurance Conipani,' .
No. 67 WALL STREET; New York
JAMES M. McLEAN J EDWARD - A. WALTON,
JamesM. McLean, 'Hero y Stokes,
Dania' Burnett, Augustus Schell,
Robert Barkley, Jacob illiller,
Edward Schell, • - IJa9.- - M. Waterbury,
John S. Hsrris I D. Henry Haight. •
3*-s. U. Baldwin, • Abram .1)u
W. J. Valentine, • .
Capital and Surplus,
$527 1 289 91.
The following statement Of the. condition of this
Oompany fe published in accordance with'the jaws .
The Capital Stock of the 0 many is. ARM 000 00
Number of shs - res subser,beik for 15 000 shs
Amount of installments paid in auelVoit
• stock " 300,600 00
Value of Real Estate held by the Cora' y 17,601 70
*mount of cash on hand • 3,641 Et
mom:a of cash deposited in Citizens' - •
Rank 20,296 RI
Do do dividend 7 per ct 300,00
Amount of loans secured by , bonds and
mortgages,,being the first liens on Real
Estate 188,230 00
Stocks owned by the Company, viz
NO shares Tbroadway Bgfnk Stock, mar-
ket valup' 35,000 00
800 shares Citizens' Bank Stock, market
value 10.,500 00
Amount of stocks held by the Company
as cella:eral security for loans, viz:
Par value e 271,340 00
market value 307,417 1.2
Amount loaned on same 243,740 00
Amount of interest due and unpaid.... ed 73
Accrued but not due 3.501) 00
Premiums due and unpaid 9, 163 76
Amount of losses reported and not acted
Dividends due and unpaid
Amount gf losses paid which occurred
during the year 24,291 79
Amount of losses paid which occurred
prior to the year
Amonutof dividends declared during the
• year 41,250 00
Amount, of diTideuds paid daring the
year 41,646 00
Amount of cash premiums received.... 126,667 et
Amount of interest received 21,19 S 21
Amount paid for reinsurance 767 16
Amount paid for return. premiums 4,60 e 11
Expenses paid daring the 3 ear, 'induct-
in g coma:wantons and salarlei Zl, 61+3
Tares paid during the year 7,180'X
All other expenditiares 5, Oki 20
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AGENT AND ATTORNEY.
No 411 WALNUT St. Philadelphia.
IN YOUR OWN
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S. E. comeilourth and Walnut Sta
Insurers In this Company have the additional
CAPITAL STOCK all paid np INIOASH, which
together with OAFS ASSETS, now on hand
amount to OPER .
NCOME FOR YEAR 1863, ovga'
LOSSES PAID DURING TRE YEAR•
AMOUNTING TO OVER
$62 000 -
DIVIDENDS MADE 'ANNUALLY thus aid
ing the insured to pay Premiums.
The hist DIVIDI•;atD on all Mntaal Policiei in
lorce December 31, 1E63, was
FIFTY PER CENT.
of the amount 'of PREMIUMS received during
the year. -
Its TRUSTEES are well known citizens in ore
midst entitling it to more consideration than those
whose managers reside in distant cLies.
'Alexander Whilldin, William J. Howard,
J. Edgar Thomson, • Runnel T. Bodine,
George Nugent. John Aikman.
Hon. James Pollock, harles F. lieulitt,
Albert O. ()hertz, Hon. Joseph Allison,
P. B. Mingle. Isaac Ilazlehurst.
ALEX. WHIUDIN, President.
SAMUEL WORK Vice President.
P. A. HARDING & CO.
importers and Jobber? of
N 0.413 ARCH ST.
MATTRESSES, - A.TH S
E L . A.NRETS,!QUILTS,
OOMFOR TABLES, • !RED TICKING%
And every other article In, the Bedding battings,' Pi
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MS. 3M+ TEKT# BELOW EtWat'ffiTj
As . sets.
BOUGHT AND SOLU.
DE HAVEN & BR 0.,
1 / 4 No. 20 SOUTH THIRD BT.
G. F. WORK & CO.
Oil, Mining, Railroad ands Other
Bought and Sold at BROKERS' BOARD.
SMITH & ItANDOLPH
16 2 .pouth Third street.
G. F. WORK & CO.
TT. S. COUPONS
BOUGHT AT HIGH FUME
DE HAVEN & BRO.,
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JOHN C. CAPP & SON,
STOCK AND NOTE BROKEK
No. 23 South Third Street,
Directly (*Pointe the faieehanios' Ban!,
Government Loans, Stocks and Bonds
Bought and Sold on Commission at the Butrd as
NOTES AND LOANS. NEGOTIATED
ON THE BEST TERMS. 11,11-/sn
G. F. WORK & CO..
$13617Z111 1 Al4ll
BANK Nomps •
DE HAVEN az BRO
20 MTH THIRD $l
EXCHANGE ON LONDON,
:In Sums to Suit, b 7
MATTHEW T. MILLER CO.,
No. 45 South Third street:
Bought and Sold on ColnilWO
Matthew T. Miller 46 Co.
ds-ifi No. 45 South Thirad a*:
G. F. WORK & CO.
STOCKS AND SECDRITIEE
BOUGHT AND SOLD
DE HAVEN & 8R0...
20 MTH THIRD. STRIINT.
G. F. WORK &
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Banheys and Exchange ElT:okers, ,,
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Stocks bought and sold on COMmission
Coljections promptly made. ap3o-1M)
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. Received by-the
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OF Parr; AFELPHIA., AT 1-
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TABY OF THE TREASURY a, a
DEPOSITORY OF THE:PUBLIC. MONEYS,
OP THE MILT STATE.%
And anthonzed to receive ED
subt oriptions to the
NEW UNIT ED STATES .LOAN beaanglnterest
at the rate of
per annum IN COIN. - Bonds from 85G.t0 510,..600.
Interest to commence either with the date of the
tiOntb3: March Ist; 'IN4, or at the date of suhsc,
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Bpls - imp CASHIER.
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THIRD •NATION&L BANK
Cor. of Market Street and Penn Square)
Having been designated a, Depost.torY of Public
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Regis'ered and Coupon. Bonds of different deno
- Interest commencing from dmte of sub
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COUNTRY REtIDI NCE
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27 ACRES. OF LAND ,
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FOA SALE. -
The Three-fitory . Brick Dwelling,
No. 510 SOUTH 7 ENTH . STREET,
ego TIMM-STORY BACK BULT4DUMS.
Lot 18by 87 Feet. s
or-only a raural part of Cash required.
Or INQUIRE ON THE PHErwrcp.F..,
INDIGO - BLUE,
PUT UP AT
No. 233 NORTH SECOND STREET ,
Will color more water thanfour times the same
quantify of ordinary Indigo.
/EP" The new Label does not require a stamp.
It is WABRAIIITBD TO GIVE BATISTAOT.IS-11,
It is retailed at the same price as the Emitatieni
and inferior, articles. I apll- Im
NOTICE OF .REBIOVAL I
The undersigned would inform their friendsar,c
the public ge nerally, that they have rainovedfrcer
their Old Stand, 517 ARCH street, o their
SPLENDID NEW WARM:WWII%
No, 912 ARCH STREET.
Where they will continue the sale of
CHANDELIER% COAFIXL T
OIL EU - EWERS, dal
Having associated with our house.far. CHARLM.
'PAGE, tipmerly the Principal Designer for Cor
nelius do Baker,) we are now prepared to' execute
orders for Gas Fixtures of all grades and designs,
from-the plainest to the most massive and elaborate.
VAN KIRK &
fel93ms No. '912 ARCH STREET.
Miens and Soldioms, visiting
AND OTHER MILITARY EQUIPMENTS ars
invited to the very extensive Manufacturing Es
GEO. WilIP/ONS & BRO.,
SANSONE STREET HALL,
8192119 . 0121 Street, , above Sixth.
Made to order at the shortest notice, which ft*
richness and raaguitleenes challenge compeuttor.,
no other house in the country combining the MA
NUFACTURING JEWELER. WITH THH
PRACTICAL SWORD MAKER. •
LONDON BROWN STOUT,
By the 'Cask ':or Dozen.
ALBERT C. ROBERTS.
DV A T , Rn DT FINE GEOCTERIES,
finrriar ElAvantii %ma VITIA gtrntnir.
REEVE SDALE COAL.
T. W. NEII.I & cp.,
S. B. corner, Broad and Callowhill
JAMES S. EARLE & SON , „
N0..810. CHESTNUT STREET,
Have now in Store, a very fine stock of
Of every character, oilhe 'iery hest
Pa - intings,
t~ Oil ore
t es in!s, MI . grown Es, Plcture and Pho..
A FULL ASSORTMENT AT- LOW,
GEORGE J. HENKELS
Noy. 809, and 811 Chestnut street.'
BOOKS I BOOKS!!
Since the irst of the year -we have been adding
constantly to our stock, until we now have one 01
the largest and best assortments of RoORS,
FIRST-CLASS STATIONERY, PHOTO
GRAPHS and ALBUMS to be found in any es:,
tablishment in the United States. We warrant
our PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS to be of the Very
best material, strong, durable, and dB LOW 7
yaws as any m the inark.et.
Lii Now Books received as soon =issued.
Successors to Willis P. Hazard,
Ne. 724 CREBITUT STREET.
102./- CEIESTNIUT ST
Would call special attention to his large
stock u 1 L ACES, 'EIVI Vitti siDERIE%
HAN DK EROH/E VELI.3IG WHITE
datiODS all bought before the recent ad_
vance, comprit,ing many reveilles, to ta.
t.ricarnitab eior Indio.' bodies to d dresses
in striped, figured, plaid, tucked and par.
fed mu-11ns, kc.
is pieces 'White, Buff and Figured
2m- Printed Linen Cambrla_Drestes.
In xis* of the heavy Additional
about to be imposed on all imported goods,
ladies would do - well to sive my stock a.
early 2nspestion, as prices musr be neces
sarily largely advanceil in a. short time,
I am still selling at old prices.'
1024 CHEW] NI T EtTE t% ET
1864 NEW STOCK. 1864
N. W. corner Sixth anO - Chetitnut SPg;
A ructursAxp isatitAtrt STOOK 0.7
Gentlemen's. 'Punts' lane Goods.
All the choicest novelties in this department.
Constantly en band. the hest 3 nade Shirts in ea
city. Orders promptly executed.
JOHN C. - ARRISON,
NOS. 1-AND 3 NORTH SIXTH T.
ata - NuFurrinarA OF
The Improved- Pattern Shirt 2
FIRST OUT BY J. BURR BIOORR..
WE/Ranted to Fitt and Give Satisfaction,
Impart' sr and liissosti:ottmer of
N. 8.--All articles made in a 'superior manner
by hand ankfonkthe best ma aplB.Bm
ARCH STRAii .
The subscriber his just received a well-selaciad
stock of •
ENGLISH. AND AMERICAN
FOR BFFJ.NG TRADE
mhlB.2m. 832 AROR Street; below Ninth.
_ _ _
FO.EXEREY - OF THE F'117.111 OF
Wall Paper Decoratio2W
SHOW 110011Ip t '
61 , d ( bFIESTNUT .STREET:
T MORE Efi APPLE,
GAUGER AND COOPER:
Flos. - 102 and 104 EIATZACER, IgTBEET,
(Between Front sad Second and - Wala t -
. •• F.HZEADELPHLS.
Imitation Brandy Casks always 4. hand.
Casks, Barrels and Kegs._ alwlys on hando
made to order - /412.1 y
- - -
COOK & BROTHER,
Hosiery and Glovs,
Trimmings and Fancy Goods,
Ri holesale and Betas,•
No. 53 North Eighth Phibi;
COMiIiSSIOD _Paper . :Wat*i;e.
FAR 13 RVIN..Ik;&--CCIA
510 MINOR- sTRV,ET.
Manufacturers of [LOLL WitAPPERS,DOUBLN • • i
and t INGLE RIEDIITM; OAP 'Mad (MOWN
MANILLA, on hand, or made to -
Highest .priae paid..f.or . :kope in rge or small
_. - Ni.SZI' , Y._...:.H - & -7 6,.07 .. .
u 3i .p.2 ARCH STREET.