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• WEL Dygi_lik o ug YE!! 11 . , 10. -- .
D t I —BAKCianiAM.' te celebrated
DYE is the best in the World. The on/ f ga m i ns ,
VW and Reliable Dyelmoten. This 'dplendid Hair
Dye ie Periect—changes Red, Ens ;,y or Grey Hair,
Instantly to a Grimy Black or N.:,:z ura z B rown , w ith,,
injuring the Hair or Stain the skin, lez.m.ia,
Ins hair soft and healitlltik; imparts fresh vitality,
gsquently restoring its 'pristine color, and rectifies
nut ill erects of bad Wes. The gen uinei is signed
WilLuat A. BexCemmori, all others are mere 11121.•
Iltticms, and shcreld be avtided. Sold by all Drsg
icc. BILOTORY--81 BARCLAY street, N.
_• or's Hew Toilet Cream fox dressing
-11IFON st th i fflp AT, _ RillEki3
beg wave to ansmounce
that their Slanuflustory ef First-Olasa
RIM Fortes is wog lnfull operation. The general
Marlton their many Pianos, sold already, meet
1116th, try competent judges, enables them to assert
411011tidently that their Pia no. Fortes are not our.
Ml"by any manufactured in the Visited States:
Tespectiftgly invite the mnsicalgutblic to call
Sad examine their instruments, Mille Sales Room,
NO. 46 North Third street. Full guarantee gixer4
Iliad prices moderate.
LIMON LO_QUBT MOUNTAIN
Zaaarzt nm.mr, wurrx Ant oAL,. care ge,
Mooted and prepared for family use, free from
Cate and &dot, delivered promptly and warranted
%to give fail satisfaction, at ;trims as low as the
&Sweet for a good article. DUMP COAL for found.
Vas, end 4311:11875IIT COAL for steam purposes, at
Wholesale prices. An assortment of lizosory,
Viz and Pmz WOOD, kept constantly on hand,
Also, -an excellent article of BLAoKsmun's COAL,
didivered free of carting to any part of the city. A
'Mail Of this coal will st3crue our custom. Send
Vicesers to THOIVt E; OABILL,
325 Walnut street.
Lombard and Twenty-WM street.
Werth re lvaniaßaHroad and Nester street
Wine street w Soh 'lkill.
THE COLD Shillqa ICS COMPART.
. Offices and Depots es above.
Wagons run in all the paved limits .of the Con
solidated City and in the T wenty-fourth Ward.
DIAS ON PLitl4oB:
IFILVILIN 7 S '
J. E. GO •
-Seventh and 'Chestnut.
These beautiful instruments are used
by Gottschalk in all of his Concerts
throughout the country, and pronounced by him
mid thousands of the test artists in America, TEM
iIIVEST ILIUM IN57111710;112.8 IN TEM WOEL.D. They
ice rapidly superseding Melodeons.
For sale in Philadelphia, only by J. E. GOULD,
Omni& and Chestnut.
ELEOTRICITY.—Cancer, Goitre, Tumors,
mad all foreign growths, cured by special guaran
is, at the Electrical Institute, 1220 WALNUT
RR t R.-A CURE FO U R. COLDS
If seizeu with severe (Add, is..carseness, Sore
Throat, bad Cough, Headache. pain in the back or
shoulders, take, on going to bed, two teaspoonsful
-of Radway's Ready Relief, in haifa tumblertol or
Lot water sweetened with sugar or molasses. In
Cie morning you will rise cured of your Cold.
Let those who have caught cold, either slighter
severe, try this prescniption; it will break up your
sold. It you neglect your cold it may grow
seriously, and end in constimptioa. If suffering
from Rheumatism, Lumbago, Gout, Neuralgia,
unirtips Strains, Bruises ,k
, Wounds, o. , Radway' s
*Armory R elief ill afford immediate ease. Price 25
cants-par bottle. Sold by Druggists. :Every Agent
has recently been tarnished with fresh. Ready
Dr. RadwarMedicines are sold by Druggists
everywhere. RADWAY &
87 Maiden Lane, New York.,
ErTEINWA'Y Sr. SONS'
PIAITOS, MN PIANOS
YOB 84.13 ONLY 1T •
BLASIUS BROS', 1006 OIIEStriUT Street
• :GABDENTRO SCENE.
ET THE BARD OT TOWER HALL.
.ffirgerztle neighbor, Dottie 8.,
Is hard at work, - with cheeks aglow,
Diggingtr.p garden plats, where ahe
Designs some pretty plants to cow.
Her brother Ned, a comely lad,
Not more than seventeen years old,
Stands by, so prim, and spruely elad„
And doe titer cheerful toil behold.
'Ned," Lottle cries, "I think that you
Had better Sake np yonder spade,
And do as new you see me do,
Your sister in her task to aid.
Just think how nice a sight 'twill be,
When up each pretty blossom grows.'"
Ister," says Ned, "pray don't yon see
That I am dressed in my new clothes?
I could'lit venture o'er a spade
To lean, lest 1 should wreck this snit. '
&Well, then," indignant Lottie said,
" ' Twould serve .you right, beyond dispatel
You would not have been thus afraid •
To.bend. or move about at all,
If you .had wisely been arrayed
In well•sewn garb, from Towns HALL.
We have the largest stock and beat assortment
of Clothing in Philadelphia, ansnrpassed in style
and workmanship by any made to measure. All
can be accurately fitted from 0112 stock, whatever
be their sizes or proportions.
MB Market street,
BENNETT & 00,
WEDNESDAY, MAY 4, 2864.
THE DURATION OF THE *AIL
The Richmond Examiner of the 29th ult.,
says : If we hold our own in Virginia till
this summer, is ended, the North's power
of mischief everywhere is gone. If we lose,
the South's capacity for resistance will be
broken.. The Confederacy has ample power
to keep its place in Virginia;~if
with energy and etoisisteney, and this is Me
test year of the War, whichever uuns. "
We place on record this utterance of one
of the most prominent journals at the Rebel
Capital, and can affirm that one-half of its
closing statement- is true: namely, that if
the rebels are beaten in Grant's present
campaign, it will certainly' end the war,
and the •Federal Government will be
finally re-established. To suppose other
wise would be to imagine that the
laws governing military and financial opera
tions are to,be reversed in order to gratify
the rebels. The South has been drained of
its fighting population, - to a frightful extent.
Conscription has followed conscription with
merciless rigor, and the Unionists of the
South haVe either been murdered or driven
as exiles to the mountains or to the Federal
lines. The, currency of the Confederacy
has .depreciated until twenty-five or thirty
dollars are needed to equal one dolti? in
gold, and *difference is almost equally
wide between greenbacks and rebel notes.
The 'luxuries of life have almost utterly
disappeared. and the necessaries of exist
ence are held at the most exorbitant rates.
Europe has effected nothing for the assist
ance of Jefferson Davis, and the riots and
the secret or open treason of the Northern
Copperheads, have been almost equally in
effectual. State after State, river after river,
has fallen under Federal control, and a re-'
inarkably effective blockade seals their At- ,
lantic coast. In this terrible .crisis the
slave-holding aristocracy, gathers its clans
for its last fearful contest—its Armageddon!
How different is, the aspect of affairs in
the loyal States ! With all tile efforts of
speculators and traitors, gold has never yet
touched 90 per cent. premium, and surely
we have enough (if not, too many) of the
uxuries of life. The rise in provisions and -
other indispensable artiola has been simply
in proportion to the increase itrthe premium
on gold, and we see no evidellab - whateVer
that more suffering than exists in time of
peke afflicts the loyal States. There-has
not been a severe draft anywhere in the
North, nor is the population so`diminished
that'vast and constantly increasing trade
and commerce cannot be carried on. Emi
gration is pouring in at the rate of scores of
thousands each month, and call around us
we see every symptom of rstrength in the Go
vernment and confidence ambng the people.
Man for man and dollar for dollar the loyal
States are five times as strong as those still
in rebellion ; and when we proudly think
that right, truth, justice and liberty are on
•our side, who can doubt the issue' Truly,
'this should be We final year of the war, and
the final attempt to trample underfoot the
glorious institutions which have made this
Republic the greatest nation of all time.
The doom of Denniark was announced
when Dybbol , fell. On the basis of that
event, which put_ the whole territory of the
Duchies, except the Island of ALsen, in the
possession of Prussia, the: national confer
ence was to meet in London. Having
quietly waited and allowed the Germans to
dismember the Danish KingcbDm, England
and France now consent to hold a conference
to put it together again. We do not believe
the German States will permit a reunion of
the Duchies to Denmark without'a war,and
there is no apparent danger of a war, dupe .
England and France so carefully abstained
from; helping Denmark when her need was
sorest. As for this question of the Duchies,
we believe it would have been better for
their people if they had never been attached
to Denmark. But the Western powers
made a treaty guaranteeing such a union,
and they were bound to stand by it. But
they were deceitful or fea.rful, and the
treaty,like so many similar ones,has proved
to be so much waste paper. England cats
a sorry figure in all this business, and we
do not wonder that so many'of her people
are ashamed of the conduct of their govern
THE PATRIOTISM OF_ THE METHODIST
The General Conference of the Methodist
Episcopal Church, which is now in session
in this city, has given unmistakeable evi
dences of its sterling patriotisisi'which are
worthy of all commendation. All the loyal
and doubtful * States are represented in • the
Conference, and not-only is no word of en
couragement for traitors, or their Northern
synapathizers, heard in the deliberationfof
the body, but there are the most decided
demonstrations of enthusiastic loyalty. The
seene yesterday, on the occasion of the flag
raising at the church where the meetings of
the Conference are held, reminds us of the
early days of the war, when the great heart
of the people leaped responsive to the call
for aid to maintain . the honor of • the Stars
and Stripes, which had been insulted in
Charleston harbor. There is probably no
ecclesiastical body in the - country which
more thoroughly represents the sentiments
of the great mass of the people 'than the
Generaa Conference of the Methodist Epis
copal Church, and we hail the evidences of
earnest Loyalty_of its members as one of the
most encouraging signs of the troublous
times we tire in. _ - •
BEXOVAL OF THE REBEL CAPITAL.
There is no doubt that the rebel seat of
government leas been, or is about to be, re
moved from Richmond.' The Richmond En
quirer, of April alth, says :
£The removal of the ieveral branches of the
Cabinet departments the South. produces
numerous vacancies in the battalion composed
of clerks and other employes of the Govern
ment." - -
The Petersburg Express, of April 27th,
announces the passage through that city of
"one hundred and thirty ladies employed as
note-signing clerks in the Treasury Depart
ment," on:their way from Richmond to Co
lumbia, S. C. This shows that the rebel
Treasury, at least, has been put a little fur
ther but of the way of General Grant's - ar
SUMMER RESORTS.—We call attention to the
p.dycrtlpment of the Summer Resorti on • tho•
line of the Reading Raili'Oaa. It will be found
in another part of to-day's paper.
THE GRAIcD OPERA OF ‘:NOTRE DAME OF
Having witnessed a dregs rehearsal of the new
opera with which the Festiial for the Great Cen
tral Fair is tube inaugurated this evening, we can
speak understandingly of it. Both as a mUsicsi
work and as a stage Spectacle it is unquestionably
grand. The first act, in particular, is magnificent;
but in the other acts there are admirable situations,
with , finely written music for both voices and
orchestra. The leading singers are first-rate; and
the huge chorus and orchestra, the military band,
the organ behind the scenes, and the multitude of
supernumeraries combine• to make an ensemble the
like of which has never been witnessed in America
or surpassed in Europe. The public demand for
tickets comes fully up to the splendor of the enter-
tainment offered, and from what we hear, there
will not be a vacant space in the Academy this,
Tomorrow evening the first oratorio of. the Fes.
tiTal will be given7-Haydn's Creation, and not
Handel' s Judas Afaccabasus, as we first announced.
The price of tickets has been put so low that we
feel warranted is expecting a great audience.
LARGE IMPORTANT POSITIVE SALE OF
- DRY GOODS. CARPETS, MATTLNGS,, SUN
UMBRELLAS, STRAW GOO
John B. M y er s . Co., Aucteere f Nos. 232 and.
234 Market street, will tomorrow (Thursday)
morning, May sth, hold a valuable sale of Dry
Goode, Carpets, Mattings, Straw Goods, &c., by
catalogue, on Form Months' Credit and part for
cash, embracing about 7,75 packages and lots of
American, British, French, German and Swiss
Dry Goods, in Linens, Silks, Worsteds, Woolens
and Cottons, in large varieties.
Also, Ingrain,Venetian, List, and Bag Carpets
and Canton Mattinge.
Aim s cases fashionable style Black Leghdrni
- Canton 'Melon Coquette, Luton and Leghorn
-Ladies .t ' c Hats, Shaker Hoods, Men's Palm Hats,
Also, a stock of Dry Goods to clOge a ccrncern.
23 eases Silk and Gingham Sun Umbrellas.- •
AUCTION NOTICE- SALP, OP BOOTS AND
The'early attention of buyers is invited to the
large and attractive sale of 1,000 cases Boots,
Shoes. 'Brogans, - Balmorals,. Gaiters, Buskins.
Cavalry'Boots, &c.; to be. sold by catalogue, for
cash, to.morrow morning, commencing at 10
o' clock prOcieely, by-Philip. Ford 00., Line.
ttoneers, at their store, Nos. 525 Market and 522
... REAL ESTATE SALE, 18TH INST.
in:, the list or properties to be Included hi Mr.
Preenasn' a large sale on the 18th last., at the Xg-
TILE DAILY kVENING BULLETIN PHILADELPHIA, ' 4 TY 4 ESD la. MAY 1_1864.
change, gill be '0 tracts on the summit ty t'Vectnzii
Hal Farm 111 New JeTSey, ELEGANT RESiDENCEB
NOIiTH BROAD STREET, Which are - worthy of 8.3-
pedal attention, and with many others arc to be sold.
E.E.RCUTORS' AM TRUSTEES' PEREMPTORY
<SALES VALUABLE COAL LANDS AND CITY
PROPERTY: 24TH MAY.
Sec Thomas & Sons' advertisements last page to.
s BULLETIN. •
Er They have rery large sales 10th and `l7 th May.
See adrot rtisemente, Auction head, andpages 22, 23 and
24 yesterday's catalogue. '
. . . . .
RTIMER'S universally admired and. impales
Pictures; fine style atid naturally-colored
PHOTOGRAPHS, for Si 00, are made at SECOND
street, above Green.
AS 'TWIN& • RULES, and TOOLS, PL
TER.F:RS' .Finishing Trowels, Lathing
Hatchets,Fine 3d Mortar Hoes and Shovels,
for sale at TRUMAN. & SHAW'S, No. 835
(Eight Thirm--dwo Market street: below Ninth.
CARTS. DE V USITE. = See the admirable styles
and artistic manner of execution, of Cartes de
Vie ite, at B. F. REDVIER' S, 824 ARCH street.
Clear, distinct and accurate.
gooKs AND BRACKETS—SuitabIe for stts•
• pending Bird Cages or for Hanging Baskets.
For sale at the Hardware Store of TRIIMA.N
SHAW, No. 635 (Eight Ttiirty-Elye) Market
Meet, below Ninth. • .
PLENDID PORTRAITS. —K F. REIRIER
),D superb styles of :Life-size PROTOGRAXIIS in
Oil Colors, are the truest and best Likenesses made.
See specimens of style and finish. &A ARCH st.
rIEO. W. & T. VOIGT'S
GLASS WAREHOUSE, -
No. 321 and 323 BRANCH street. ' •
Glassware for Hotels and Restaurants, Confec
tioners, Perfumers. and Druggiets.
Also, the largest assortment of
for Wax Fruit, Ferneries, Clocks, &c. Poach°.
mania Vat es and Irkvd - Receivers. • my4-Im,rpt.
TLOVE To GET MY HAIR CUT AT ILOP P. S
Shaving Saloon. N. E. corner EXCHAMIE
Place and DOCK street.. lt*
PHILADELPHIA, April 30, 180.—The co
partnership of DAY ac RIPER was - disaolved
otithe I;th of April, 1864, and the business of the
late Arm will be settled by Sylvester Day.
myt-w,f,m, at* F. G. RITER.
FOR S LE--Valnable STE &Id 11I&C1HINERT,
ENGINES. FORCE AND LIFT PUMP,
Logvsood Wood Hasp, *complete INenders, Dry
ing Gearing, Hangers, Pedestal, Old Iron,
Lumber, &c. .
Also, one 8 horse Steam Engine.
One large „Force and Lift Pump, with connection
brass valves, 10 inc cylinder, 4 feet stroke.
One do.. do. do 8 inch. 3 feet stroke.
The above in first-rate condition, well aslapted
for mines or water works. where a large amount of
water is required to be raised. -
For further particulars, inquire or ad
dress H. HOPPIN, Keystone Mills, Fair
mount. [my4.w th s,3trp§,
WE WOULD t:ALL THE ATTENTION OF
HOTELS. PRIVATE FAMILIES AND
OFFICERS OF THE NAVY,
CUMBERLAND SA UCE and SALAD DREAM.
Nothing surpasses former in the list of Sauces,
and as to the latter nixture from the castor can
equal it in quality 4 f or economy as a dressing for
Greens, Salad/5, Ptah, etc.
These articles being free from expenses of ex
change or duty, and inferior to none inquatity, offer
greater inducements to dealers than any imported.
No vessel should sail without a supply.
For F ale by grocers gene? ally.
ARCHER et REEVES. 45 N. Water street,
Agents for above and a' l of Eithein k Pogne's
celebrated Hermetically Sealed Fruits, Meats, Jet.
lies, Catsups, etc. my4-6trp¢ •
$lO,OOO $5,000. $3,000. and other 3 ll= to
Loan on Mortgage.
LUKENS lc MONTGOI'dERY.
my4-6t* Conveyancers, 1(35 Beach street
STORREvEPERS AND OTHERS JkiltJUT
gg "one day' revenue" to the Fair, please
call or send "for Show Cards,(gratuitous), at
Office No. lld S. SEVENTH street. ap23.26lrp*
COAL, OR TIMBER LANDS.'—Parties
V wishing to Invest irt property of the above
description, may be gutted with valuable territoty
by addressing box 1633, P. O. mv3-,9.trp*
- Rs'ONLYMENTS AND GRAVE STONES._
In A large assortment of grave stones of various
designs, made of the finest Italian and American
marbles, constantly on band at the Marble Works
of ADAM. STEINMETZ, RIDGE AVENUE,
below Eleventh street, Philadelphia. apIG-3rarp§
OROTOGRAPHS FOR ISE FAIR —O. O.
BURNS fi CO. , No. SOG ARCH Street, make
the finest and best Photographs in the city, and in
tend to give one-fonrUa of their receipts for the
month of May to the Sanitary Fetr. my3-3trp*
FUR THE GREAT CENTRAL, FAIR. —.
GRIFFITH t PAGE. 400 /MOH street,
Dealers In House Furnishing Goods, -
Refrigerators, ater Coolers,
will gives/ prolits of DAY, may sth,
he SANITARY FAIR. my 2-43.
THE GREAT CENTRAL FAIR, --SubScrip-
MORS or donations for Committee of ONE DATA a
labor, income or revenne,received daily by JOHN
W. ()LAWMEN, Treas. ,Office No.lB S. Seventh
eL, Phila. LET ALL PROMPTLY RESPOND. Sub
scriptions and remittances by mail duly receipted
for and acknowledged. sp2l-26t..rp*
VAMILY SEWING, EMBROIDER NG-,
1 BRAIDING.. Quilting, Tucking, /cc., beau
tifully executed on the GROVER lc RAKER
SEWING MACHINE. 'Machines, with'oper
atons, by the day or week, 730. CHESTNUT
TUBE PALM'OIL SOAP.-This Scap Is made
01 pure fresh Palm Oil, and is entirely a yegs.
table Soap; :more suitable for Toilet use than thus,
made from animal fats. In boxes et one dozen
cakes for $1 60 per box. Manufactured by •
• GEO. M. ELKINTON lc SON, ' .
Ite. 116 fdargaretta street, between Front anO
Second. above Cailmvbill street. , dew-15-mi
TSAAO NAT/IANS, AUCTIONEER and
MONEY BROKER, tr E. corner of THIRD
and SPRUCE streets, only one square below the
Exchange. NATHANS' S Principal_ Office, es
tablished for the last forty years. Money to Liam,
in large on small amonnts, at the lowest rates, on
Diamonds, Silver Plate, Watches, Jewelry, Cloth.
ing, and goods of every description. Office hours
from 8 A. 111. till 7 P. TIT (1•28-ttry
174 EORGE J. BOYD.
%.1I STOOK AND EIICHANGE BROKER,
No. i 8 South THIRD street. •
gtocks and Loads bought and sold on Commis
sion, at the Board of Brokers.
Government Securities, Specie and Unctirreni
money•bonght end sold. • mh2-3rarps
ITUSBAND'S OALCIINED MAGNESIA ;
freefrom unpleasant taste, and three times
the strength of the common Calcined Magnesia.
A WorNi'm Fair Medal and four First-Premium
Silver Kraals have been awarded it, as being the
best in the market. For sale by the druggists and
country Storekeepers, and by the manufacturer,
ly. rp N. W. Cor. Third and Siam
"DR. SWAN NE' S COMPOUND SYRUP
"DR. SWAYNE'S COMPOUND SYRUP
For 30 Years a Standard Remedy.
For 30 Years a Standard Remedy-
FIVE YEARS' COUGIA ENTIRELY CURED BY DR.
SWAYER' 8 COMPOUND SYRUP OF WILD CHERRY,_
I suffered five years with a bail: Cough, 130n3
Throat; spit blood at times, very' weak, was at
tended by one of our most eminent physicians, - who
prescribed various remedies, but I gradually-grew
worse 7. Hearing of the wonderful cares daily per
formed by your Wild Cherry Compound, I con
cluded to try it, and after using three bottles, a,
perfect cure was performed.
No. 151, David street, between Race and Vine-
ST/LL ANOTHER CURE BY RD SWAYNE'S COM.
POUND SYRUP OP WILD GUMMY.
I suffered four months with a violent Cough,
accompanied with .painful tightness of the chest,
great difficulty of breathing, sore throat, sleep die.
tuned from constant coughing; tried a„number of
remedies without , benefit; I was advised to,try Dr.
Swayne's CLrnpound Syrup of Wild • - Cherry,
which gave quick relief; and after using two bot
tles a perfect cure was the result . I give this-cer
titlcate freely, as I want all the 'world to kno tv .
this truly valuable medicine. . •
IiTaIF'HELEY J. EVANS, Slater,
121 South street, Philadelphia.
• . ' .-
Prepared only by' • • ' -.-
Dr. SWAYNE k SON,
330 North Sixth street, Philadelphia.
Soldty Druggists and Dealers. ja9.- w, fftnr.ly
0 CAP—PURE FAMILY SOAP.--CONTAINs
0 no SILICATE OF SODA, SAND or CLAY,
bat is an entirely PURE SOAP, and should bt
need by every family. . •
P.nt up in BOXES - OF FIFTY POUNDS, fun
weight, when packed and marked Fifty Poundal,
not Bars or Lumps, as many manufacturers. brand
their. boxes. Nantifactared b
GEORGE M. Ort ibz S OW
dell-tprpf tla Ma rirarettastrest •
W B.A. V ,F,
:MANILLA - 2 1 18 1 4 "tilrera Of,
No. 2 3 North W ...,_xaciz C ate D , r B l;tr T er . A . t ß a N :a n d ßE Ja 'N pa i o: ( . 3 l :2 ' 2 R N:o A w *th
'Wynn U. Fn. avenue , Ytuladolphtii. *"_* - 0 10
V° - 2 ' OINTHISa. 114VA!Rfr
QQ 1113'01?: .
Reading Railroad and Ifs Branch3E:
'IIILANS:tOIir HOUSE,MotsT oAnnon.-IYliss Nary
fiend. Pottsville P. 0., Sehuyikill county.
TTJECILTIOR a. HOTEL-3. E. ilaugawout. Tus
carora P. 0. Schuylkill county.
NDALOSIAA—Tarcei A. Madeira. Headlng
WRITE HOUSE—Mrs. lanny Lauber. Read-
SOUTH MOUNTAIN HOUSE-;-J. Manderbaolt.
Womelsdorf P. 0., Herbs county.
COLD SPRINGS HOTEL, LEBANON county.
Adam Raak. Rarrisourg P. 0 ..
LIVING t PRINGS HOTEL—H. F.
Wernersvi is P. 0., Berke county.
BOYERS7 OWN SEM INAB V—ltredt rick Stant
ler. Boy eretown P. 0 Berke county.
YELLOW SPRINGS HOTEL—B. U. Snyder
Yellow springs P. 0., Chester county.
SirExcursior, Tickets at Reduced Bates, goad
from SATURDAY T .14DAY to all the a love
places.' my4 3ms
Carefully and Thoroughly Mane
4Srballed for and ItEturned same day.
- Orders received at .
1203 NOBLE BT.
nry4-60 And:s23 Chestnut,St;
JOHN STONE & SONS,
No: 805 Chestnut Streei.
Are now receiving their Spring Importation
BILK AND MILLINERY
Fancy and Plain Ribbons,
Gros de Naides—all shades,
Mares Dines and Plorencee,-;
French and English - Grapes,
Laces and &Idrust Blondes,
Illusions and Malin° Nets, AC- ' , kr.
Also, a full assort:tient cd
French and American Flowers.
- SPRING OF 1864.
EXTENSIVE =THING HOUSE,
Nos. 303 & 305 Chestnut street,
IS The taelllttes 01. Skil bones for doing
trustaces are anon that they can cetagli.; .
dently claim to It Cite leading posit on 15 .1
CO among the Tailoring Estehlistamoots or
4113 Philadelphia. They. therefore, invite
0 the attention of gentlemen of taste to VS
us their superb stock of BEADY-MADE C
CLOTHING - , cut by the best artists,
=tuned and made equal to Duetomer
g%1 :2 Work—AND AT
Popular CD Prices. ilia
-9 They Ilaye also late 4 added a CUS- I
V, TOM DEPARTMENT where the latest
C- ) =Tellies may be found embracing el
some freih from London and Paris.
IV . V.R4y#I:C.O4
803 and 3O Chestnut st.
Custom. Depaqment, 303 Chestnut st.
Consumptive stitthrera Will redeive a ylduable
prescription for the cure of Consumption, Asthma,
Bronchitis ' and all Throat and Lung affections,
(free Of charge,) by sending their address to
REV. E WILSON,
apl6.9.4t&wSt* Rings county. New York.
- BENATi BSS. , &-: CO.
214 CHESTNUT Street, opposite SirawberrySt.
Importers of • •
• NV urrE GOODS. -
Offer a complete assortment. of Jaeonets,Oambries,'
Cheeks,Vlctoria Lawns, Noinsooks, s w i ss mu*
India Book. India Mull and other *mains of our
usual make and finish. tali-tis
ILO GOLD AND SILVER BOUGHT— Highest
lJ price paid in cash at • • GRAY' S,.
my 4-Imt. 23 North Twelfth. street.
THEGREAT NEW BOOR FAMILY PRIDE!
BY THE AUTHOR OF
FAIII,ILrY PRIDE. —A second edition of this
great 'book, by Mae author of y %Pique," is pub
lished this day, ar.d is complete In one large vol
ume, cloth, for SI 50. or in paper cover,
for $I 25.
It is the best book published for years.. All shoald
get it and read it.
It is published and tor sale - by
T. B. PETERSON 2C . BROTHERS,
No. 306 CHESTNUT Street,
OOHS! BOORS! BOOKS!
Isferve,Rooks issued every week, comprising the
moBt 'entertaining and absorbing works publisued,
suitable for Parlor, Library, Sitting Room, Rail
road, Steainboat or Soldiers' reading, by the best
writers in the - •
Ciders solicited' from ; Booksellers, Canvassers.
News Agents, Supers, and all others.in want of
good and fast-selling .books, and they will please
send on their orders at once, for what they may
Wald of any filing in the Book line,. to
T. 33. PETERSON .& BROTHERS,
.L • _ '. No. an chestnut et., PhiladeAphie.
send for our . Catalogue .',. • t• • my4,l2t
Oli Tubb LLCM UNLVITAE, NOW Lalt.lol/113
tau .from Br:bark Tlicimas Dikilett:- For sale
UALIATT box, 'lobos* PROJIM
SPRING A. Nl3 galitSiEß.
ENTIRENE W STOOK
The Latest NovilVes in
Gentlemen's Furnishinff Goods.
.° NoINTIRE & BROTifEa l
• (Successors to Hilt . dc Evans, )
N0..1035 Chestnut Street.
The "Model . Shoulder Seam Shirt."
iny4-th sa to 433*
KID GLOVES. a
100 dozen Jonvin's Kid Gloves, $l2O
PRICE & WOOD,
113 NOR7H NINTH STREET,
ABOVE ARO EL. zny3-2t4
ADRIAN H MULLER, Auctioneer.
Manufactuting anti Mining Stooks, &c.
ADRIAN H. MULLER, P. R. WILKINS ic Co.
WILL 8 LL, bT Aucerioa,
ON WEDNISKAY, MAY 11,1864,
AT HALE-PAST TWELVE O'CLOOE;
At the Exchange Boom. 111 Broadway,
By order of Jarvis Brink and Geo . rge Ireland,
Exe =tors, ,
The following Stocks, irls:
300 shares Howe Munufacturing Co., of Bir
mingham. Conn - 4325
200 • $ Holmes, Booth 22 Hoydens' s Co.,
Waterbury, Conn 25
210 44 khelton Manufacturing Co., Bir- '
100 • 4 Hawkins s Man. Co. Birm g, Ct. 95
C 8 $$ 317sualtattan Gas 00., N.Y 50
9 • • Metrripolttan Gas Co., N. Y 100
100 $ • knickerbocker Insurance Co.NY 40
100 $$ Third Avenue .11 .41,- Co., N.Y... 100
" .lisekscm Iron Coillicit... 100
TERMS, 0 SErLE-10 per cent. on day of rale;
balance next nay before 1 o clock, payable to the
ma^For farther particalars ir. regard to above,
apply to JARV Lb BRUSH, Bxecutor, 120 Cham
bers Erreet, N Y. my 2-94
GRAY' A NT
Have nom been before the publicisa. nearly &year.
They are universally pronounced the stoutest and
ban fitting collars extant.
The ityper edge presents a perfect - carve, free
from the angles' noticed la all other collars.
The cravat cattiest to puckers on the irijlde of
the tarn-down collar—they are AS SMOOTH IN
SIDE AS OUTBIDS—awI therefore perleetlyfree
and easy to the neok.
The earette Oeliar has a smooth and evenly
IL tatted edge en Bern SIDES.
These collarsAr • not limply flat pieces of paper
cut in the form of a Collar, but are XOWED AND
eiternnre sir THINICCIZ.
They are made in Worelty" (er turn.licrwn
style); in 'every half size front 12 to 17 inches and
in ' , Eureka', (or garotte, )frcen 13 to 17 inches; and
packed in .isol!d sizes" in naatbine °atone, con
taining 100 each; also in smaller ones of 10 each-.
the latter a very handy. package for Travelers,
_Ann, and Navy Pincers.
Mr EVERY COLLAR is staiirped--
Gray's Patera Molded Collar."
' Sold by all Dealers in Xen - a Furnishing Goods.
The Trade snpplled by
Van Denson, Booluner & Co.,
627 Chestnut Street,
Importers and . Wholesale Dealers in Men's Fa
rushing Goods • - - nalt3o-3raix4
JAS. R. CAMPBELL & CO.,
727 CHESTNUT ST.,
HAVE mADE EXTENSINE ADDITIONS TO
TEEM POPULAR roox . OP
WHICHir CONTINUE TO SELL
At Moderate Prices,
NOTWITESTANDINrG THE . A.DVANOED
COST OF RECENT I.W.FOR
Wholesale Booms Up Stairs.
iitedicing - : 00.ft . . li*er.. 'Oil.
THE STANDARD Or EICCELLENCE—PUBE,
kIIESH - AND_ TASTELESS
'The sweat remedy for
Coughs and Colds, Corunimption,
Scrofula, • ' Rheumatism,
General Debility, /to.
Tile:undersigned having an experience of fifteen
years in the facture of Cod Liver Oil has recently
greatly improved the process of procuring it, and
now offers to the public a preparation that for un
deviating purity, uniform freshness anti superior
ity of preparation is unmatched. These results
are maintained by the personal supervision of the
proptie.or, whose efforts have made this Oil the
standard of excellence Physialans and.' others
looking to tile attainment of the greatest medicinal
efficacy In the ahorte.t time, and thereby obviating
indigestion and nausea in the patient, can secure
their purpose by the administration of my Oil. •
CHARLES W. NOLEN.
No. ; 154 _NORTH THIRD STSFrET
Sold also by
No. )412 WALNUT' Street;
OLIVER, 12th and Spruce; and others. _aph-Imf
RARE OPPORTUNITY FOR SPECULA
TORS—For sale. —A large. VALUABLE
PROPERTY of twoliondred acres of ground, sit
uate in the FIRST and T wEN TY- SIXTH Wards,
having a front of twenty-four hundred feet on each
side of Broad street. with a front of twelve hon
nre.d feet on League Island or Second Street Road,
about one mile from the County Prison and a leas
distance from League Island and from :the Dela
ware River. Apply.to J. li. CURTIS &
Real Estate Brokers, 433 Walnut St_ i [ap23-I.2crp
Tloor SKIRT BIAttI3I O IIOTORY. —Roo,
Skitta ready-made and blade to ordeal war
ranted of tbe beat mannish. Als_% Stnrtted.
RMS. E. SAYLEY,
RlTVtria -orrac.t. ahoy. Cightr."";
LADIES' Tit , ,,SS AHD ISttAOESTORE
alursitae —oi:inducted by Ladle% TWELFTH Street,
Bret door below Race. Every article iu their Ilue
tiltent, - easy and correct in make. O. If
INT=DLES, rroprletor, Attends to Gentlemen on
the corner Of a Ve - ELFTH - and RAOE Streets,'
N. 8.--Prilepalonal atocuracy ineared. ap1142170
Notiei-to the Fablia.
F. • ECEUELLERMARN °gm
No. 23 North Eighth Street,
Have on hand a heal:dila] assortment of •
SHAWLS,. DRESS GOODS,
FUR IS H 1 d 0 ()DS T
XEN AND BOYS' WEAR,
BLACK AND " COLT/ SILKS, &a.
The Profits on the sales of FRTDA.Y, 'Play 6th,
will be cen.rihnteo to the'Committee on Labor
Income Imo. Revednes of the Great Central Fair:
Pars- Be v‘ighins to a,, in flue ob.ect will fled it
to their advantage *o call. m74-21*.
Benefit . for the Saaitary
Cloaks ! Cloaks ! Cloaks !
Tile Eighth s Street Cloak Emporium,
-- No. 238 North; Eighth Street,
win contribute the snots profits of the sales of -
WEDNESDhY and THURSDAY, Nay 4th and
stb, to tne
BENEFIT OF THE SANITARY FAIR.
Ladi-s wishing to contribure to wards said Fair,
and also benefit thPinselves by a good bargain, will
do well to call and purchase at
Li HAN'S Eighth St. Cloak Emporium.
my3•lto No. 238 North EIGS.TH Street.
s t , LA*
. . 41
A 7 Fourth and Arch
Have now arranged for sale a magnificent stock of
SPRING DRY GOODS
Adapted to first - class sales. This Stock WAS laid
in I efore the recent advance in go d, which enables
us to Offer great inducements to the trade.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Bleck Silks from SIO to 81 per yard.
Brown Silks, 87 to 81.
Moire Antiques, from es to 50
Rich Cheme a nd Spring Plaids.
Brown Figured Silks. double Tate,
'lnuiaPiaid Wash Silks, 81.
100 pieces Summer Sidrs, SI a y yard.
StillltlEß DRESS GOODS:
. !If agnificent Organdy Robes. ,
French Virgandies. new styles.
69 pieces Goats' Hair Glacivas.- •
Tan- colored Challiel and Helaine's.
Fine Black Chalkes and Bombazines.
Good style. Grenao Mei anti Foulards.
SHAWLS & MANTLES
Lor don style Shawls, open Centres.
Tamartite Ozdered Shawls., .
Sea Shore Barega
Black Shawls, full stock. •
TOURISTS' DRESS GOODS:
French Crape Pongees. ' .
Summer Poplins *or suits -
Tan. Pearl and Diode Nohairs.
Full- Stock Staple Goo
CANTON - MATTINGSw .
White and Red Chocked,
IN ALL WIDTHS._
Which we offer to the Trade at
LOWEST MARKET PRICE.
M'CALLITM & CO.;
509 Chest - nut street,
131 PROVEMIN1 -
IN GAS REGULATOR
The tuidersigted Sole Owner of 4,4IIOLZER'S,
iIdPROVED GAS REGULATORS," is now
prepared to sell RIGHTS Tor the USE of this vat-
made Patent, on the most advantageous terms.
E. B. HARPER,
Office,' 54 South Third street.
legant Mantillas at Low Prices..
AN IMMENSE STOCK
UPERB MANTILLA SILKS,
From 95 cents to .55,00
A CHOICE STOOK OF
Ladies' Cloking Cloths, at
ap3o 13:Sc;iitia NINTH Street..
Civil and Army. Clotho.
MaDDLESEX 6-4 LIGHT BLUES.
ALL GRADES DARK DO.
3.4 and 6-4 INDIGO FLANNELS.
3.4 and 6 4 BLUE OASSIMERES.
3-4 and 6.4 DOESKINS
FULL STOOK OF CLOTHS.
I' u COATINGS. ' -
_ OASSIBIEREe. '
BILLTABD AND BAia-A.T ELLE O,I.OTHS.
!MOTT FOR 00 AOHNASEES.
ALL K NDS TRIMMINGS, .to.
"krl". 13NOMalt tif3S,
34 Fouth Second and 23 Strawberry Ste
it/TABBING WITH INDELIBLE INK,
Embroideiing, Braiding Stamping, C. A
•Lady competent to =irk neatly'clui And employ.
15enI Id. A. TOREE.Y
X l9 /BUO Filbert Mae&