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AXERLOAN AOADEDIY OE KIISIO
GRAND MUSICAL • FESTIVAL '1
. INAIMITELTERG THE
GREAT CENTRAL I AIR :
The Committee lutviiti charge of the ..Musical
Entetlainmenta of the Great Central /fur have the
honor to announce that they will commence in the
ACADEMY OF MUSIC, • •
THIS (WEDNESDAY) EVENINGF,_MAY 4,
ILO-HAND MUSICAL FESTIVAL..
The entertainments of the FESTIVAL will COll
- of Operaa in. the English language, Oratorios
and . Miecellanious Vocal and instrumental Con
certs. For the production of the Operas and other
Works, the Committee haveVe a contract with
Mr. L. F. Harrison (now o w York,..and for
merly of tbis city), Manager. of the Ameritan
Opera Company.. The artists and auxiliaries en
-grigetlby AL.r. Harrison, far exceed, in number and
aggregate merit any, force ever employed - upon the
lyrical stage Of this continent. - •
_ . .
(WEDNESDAY) EVENING 4 MAY 4,.
WILL EU PRESENTED
A GRAND OPERA, IN FOUR AOI'S,
BY WILLIAM - HENRY FRY,
NOTRE DAME OF PARIS,
OHARAOTEEB_ LE TILE OPERA.
Esmeralda (Soprano), Mitd.Comte Boreluird
Gudule (Contralto), Mie..Ti3nny Rempton;
De Cha.teaupers (Tenor), Mr. Wm. Castle.
Dom Frollo (Bary tone), Mr. S-O. Campbell:
. (Bass), Mr. Edward Seguin;
Florian (Barytone), Mr. Wm. Skaats.
Chorus of Nobles, Soldiers, People of Paris and
its 'vicinity. Other persons in the dramatic spects..
cle—the Ring and his Court, Margaret of Flanders
and Flemish ilmbassadors, Ecclesiastics, Gipsies,'
Afoul:debar:dui sud. others, represented by au.xilla t
ries sada large Corps de Ballet.
Or'chestra and Band of Ninety•Pllce Performers.
The Ballet arranged and produced under _the
immediate superintendence of _
-4 DIR. GEORGE W. SMITH.
Principal Dawenses,lll' Ile LOUISE, Madame
DULIN, SUSAN HOMMERFIELD and Miss
Assisted by a Balket and Auxiliary Uorps of One
Hundred and Fifty Performers.
' • - -OPERA.
• HD/CMS .A.D.artssrons.
Tickets for single afirnigsion to the Opera, with
reserved seat, •
ONE DOLLAR AND. FIFTY -CENTS.
To be had TODAY at the Box Opsios at the
Academy and at REr J.E. Gotaai S Mimic Store,
In compliance with the request of many of the
leading patrons . of religious music, the price of
admission to the Oratorios has been reduced to "
• FIFTY CENTS
to all parts of, the except the Amphitheatre,
where it will be 25 cents.
Doors will open at 7 0' clock. Opera to Com
mence at Bo' clock precisely. • it
3/ ESSRS. OROS.S and JA.RVIS •
Will gyre a
MATINEE OF OLASSIOAL'MUSIO, •
FOYER OF THE ACADEMY-OF MUSH,. -
ON - FRIDAY, May Gth, at 2 o' clock, P. M.,
Theplace of their Fourth and Last Soiree.
The Foyer is engaged every evening for enter
tainments pertaining to the Sanitary Fair. •
Quartet—Piano and Instrnments—•B mi
tor, op, 4 Mandel ssohn
Messrs. JARVIS, GAERTNER, •OROSS and
Quartet—String Instruments—lt major, •
Piano Solo=—rantssin, - ""La Muette de
• MIAS. H. JARVIS.
Grand Duo = Two Pianot— , ..Homage a
Handel." - Moscheles
Messrs. 03. SS and JARVIS.
Qnintet—Piano and Instruments, op. 44, Schumann
PRIDES OF ADMISSION ONE DOLLAR
To bp...had at :the /Anzio Stores. • my4-2t
JROVER'S URESTNIIT ST. THEATRE.—
LEONIIIID GROVER. Manager
(Also of Grover's Theatre, Washington, 'D. l 7 )
THIS (Wednesday) EVENING, May 4th.
Third appearance of
• KR. J. K. MORTIMER,
Endorsed. by the New York press as the first .11;ht
Comedian of the English Stage.
KISS EFFIE (SERMON,
The accomplished Comedienne.
Third Night of the New and Original Burlesque
MISS EILY O'CONNEE,
With new Scenery and Costumes and It-Cast of
most powerful strength.
Previous to which will be produced for the third
time in this My, the great success of the New York
Olympic, the new comedy, entitled
THE BULL IN B. CHINA SHOP.
Engaged.and will shortly appear,
MISS JENNIE PARR RE.
The talented and beautiful leading juvenile actress
PRICES , OF ADMISSION.
Dress Circle and Parquet 50 cents
Family Circle 25 cents
Orchestra Chairs . 75 cents
Five of the front benches orily.are reserved as
Orchestra Seat. ' No extra charge for securing
WALDIIIT STREET TIiEATRE
A NEW SENSATION—Seeond week of the un
paralleFLOßENCE.led successful,ongagement of Mr. and Mrs.
PRODiJoiroil di' A NEW LEGENDARY
trur. R DRAMA.
WEDNESDAY, May 4, will be prestmted a new
and thrilling drama, written expreesly_lor Mr.
Florence, entitled KATHLEEN' fa.A.VOIM.NEEN
Or, St. Patrick's Eve. Terrence 0' Moore, a
yoj . illsßeesant, Mr. Florence.
US to the drama, the protean play of
THIPECTIR MARRIED, in which Mr.-. and Mra.
W. J. Florence appear in six characters, intro
ducing Songs and Dances.
MS. JOHN DREW' S NEW AELSH STREET
THEATRE, AROH street, above Sixth.
THE LAST OF ROSEDALE.
LAST THREE NIGHTS of Mrs. JOHN DREW
Last Three Nights Positively of HOSED ALE.
Already witnessed by over 45,000 Persons.
WEDNESDAY—Last night but two, ROSEDALE
THURSDAY—Last night but one. ROSEDALE
FRIDAY—BENEFIT OF Mrs. JOHN DREW
LAST NIGHT OF ROSEDALE.
SATURDAY—Benefit of Mr. GRIFFITHS.
Prices as usual. Doors open at o'clock. Cur
tain rises at 7% a' clock.
The distinguished Welch Oratress, to CON
ORILT HALL, on F&IDAY EVENING, march
6, at 7X.
Tickete, 25 cents; for sale at the Mosta Stores
and at the door.. - my 3-44
- - -
ASSEJRBLY BUILDINGS, corner TENTH
WOODS° FFE'S ORIGINAL
. BOHEMIAN TROUPE OF
' GLASS BLOWERS, •
With their celebrated Glass Steam Engine,
' , MONITOR,"
WDI open as above on
WADNESDAY EVENING, May 4, 1884,
And exhibit every evenin g during the week,
. Admission. 2.5 cents. half-price.
Matinee, Saturday afternoon at 3 o' clock.
Admission Saturday afternoon, 15 cents my3-2t
_ • _
ELEVENTH. Hp 33, OPERA ERA HOUSE.
MECIS AM:MY ILM3ORT-"
OARNOROSS AND DIXEY'S MONET
THE GREAT STAR TROUPE of the WORLD,
HE ETH In OPIAirN solatasms, •
Splendid Singing, Beautiful Danci n , L augmbis
Burke nee' Plantation
TALENTED'Sce Zee., &O. by
EVERY EVENING THIS virp,Ex .
.Ticanti. 5, 25 cents. DOOM open at 7o' 01.00 k.
felB4m6 .3": L. OARNCYBOSS, Business manual..
OBOBBSTBA.—Preu ear .,
V[ gabs even 7 Saturday at 33i o ' clock, p , at
the ittIIMOAL /VIM BALL,. Single tiekste,ls
UMW; packages of six tickets, it To be had at
Angrws, 1104 Chestnut street; J. E. Goma,
and . Ottestunt. and at the WI doo
Rl2l'74Y'S CONTINENTAL NEWS EX
Crhoic'Seatu to all places of amusement may be
had up to 6ji o'clock any evenlug, mkl.7.lyq
FRILADELPHIA NATATORIUM and PHY
NO. 219 SOUTH BROAD STREET.
In order to complete all preparations for the
sumnier Semen, Dr. JANSEN regrets being cora
-1 elled to deity the opening of the , Swimming
School till WEDNESDAY. Mayo, - on which day
he invites his friends and the patrons of -the estab
lishment to re general inspection from 9 A. M. to 9
P.M. The Swimming Department has been again
much improved, and in its May dress will be
ON THURSDAY,-MAY sth,
The Institution will be openei again for regular
business in' boih departthents. For partienikrs,
see circulars. my3.2t§
ATOW OPEN—The Forty-lirst 81111118.1 EXCLIbi
-1211 lion of Paintings and Sculpture at the
PENNSYLVANIA ACADEMY OP THE FINE
AETS, CHESTNUT street, above 'I enth. Open
from 9 A. M. till 7 P. M , and from 8 till 1.0 in the
evening. . .
WANTED IMI\IEDIATELY—A coantry
place, from one to five acres, to rent , by the
year in the neighborhood of Trenton. Address E.
Bulletin office, stating terms and location. 4-3*
MWAN TED.—A. Furnished HOUSE, or part
of a House, for two ladies (no children) near
Germantown or Chestnut Bill. Apply to 101)6
WALNIIT street ,'iny3-tn, w.tt at*
-.dr- WANTED—A. DESIRABLE CO,UNTRY.
a RESIDENCE, with' from - 10 to 20 acres of
land in a good ne - orhood, convenient to
schoi.' , and churches; no ore than 8 miles dis
tant nom the city, and of easy access: the grounds
must be well- shaded and. handsomely laid out,
mansion large, well built, and have . all the mo
dern conveniences. J. M. GUMMEY k' SONS,
500 Walnut street.
FOR SA L E; AND TO LEL
FUR .SALE.—SCHOOL-HOUSE LANE,
near Germantown. A desirable Country
Seat,Modern Stone House, with allconveniences.
Stone Stable and Coach-house, Ice-house, &c.
Several acres of ground handsomely planted and
shaded. Apply lltehestnut Street. my4-ittt
FOR SALE—A handsome COTTAGE, 15
rooms, abundance of fruit and shade, with
one or more acres; ornamental trees, minning wa
ter, large stable andcarriage•house, 7i - of mile east
of North PennsylTania Railroad, Twenty-second
Ward. A very pleasant neighborhood. Price
57,500. Apply at 5.34 South SIXTH street; second
fffil FOR SALE. —A delightful Country RESI
JELDENCE and Valuable and productive FARM
of over 51 acres, On the Delaware River, one mile
below Beverly and half mile above Delano°.
Large Mansion,. Farm-house, and_all necessary
The Mansion Is surrounded by a handsome
lawn, handsothely shaded with oriiamental trees
and shrubbery. River front of about u' mile, with
beach of flue gravel, floe bathing, boating, fishing
and shooting facilities. Convenient to Churches,
Schools, a c.
The - Farm is exceedingly productive, and is
thoroughly stocked with choice fruit and excel
Mansion heated by a furnaCe,hot and cold 'water
and all other conveniences.
A Portico on three sides of the House.
CHAS. H. MUIRHEID,
No. 205 South Sixth street,
REAL ESTATE SALES
ga EXECUTOR'S PEREMPTORY 8 ALE. -
MEL Estate of JOHN POWELL, deceased.
THOMAS 4c SONS, Auctioneers: —On TUES
DAY, May 24, 1364, at 12 o'clock, Noon, - will be
sold at Public Sale; without reterre, at - the PHIL- -
ADELPHLA EXCHANGE, the following des
cribed property, clear of- all incumbratace,
No. 1. VALUABLE BUSINESS STAND, four
story brick STORE and DWELLING, N.W. cor
ner of WALNUT and ELEVENTH Streets. All
that four-story brick store and dwelling and -lot of
ground, situate at he northwest corner of Walnut
and Eleventh streets; containing in fronto n Elev
enth street 15 feet 6 inches, and extending in depth
along Walnut street 53 feet. The improvements
are a four-story brick store and dwelling, with
private entrance to the dwelling—vaalt,under the
entire pavement on Walnut street—modern int
provements and conveniences.
This is one of the oldest established grocery star: s
in the, city, and a very valuable business stand.
'No. 2.-2 DWELLINGS AND BLACK
;SMITH'S SHOP. All those II two-story
I' frame messuages, blacksmith's shop and lot of
ground, situate at the southeast corner of Quince
and Charlotte streets, between Walnut and Locust
1 and Eleventh and Twelfth streets: containing in
1 front on Quince street 65 feet, (including a 4 feet
. wide alley on the south side,) and in depth along
Charlotte street 64 feet, (including an alley 3,44 feet
wide on the east side. )
AIN No. 3.—BRICK STABLE, CHARLOTTE
„Wl STREET. All that brick stable and lot of
i,'ground, situate on. the north side of Charlotte
t street, 51 feet 5 inches east of Quince street, thence
' N. 26 feetB inches, thence E. B feet 7 inches, thence
N. 13 feet 4 inches, thence E. 4 feet 5 inches, thence
S• , by an alley 4 feet wide, 40 feet to the norttreide
aot Charlotte street, thence W. along Charlotte
street 13 feet to the place of beginning -
I :Sale peremptory. By order of Executots. n
hT THOMAS & SONS, Aurtionee,
myl, 11,91 139 and 141 South Fourth street.
TRUSTEE'S PEREMPTORY SALE.
ma THOMAS a. SONS, Auctioneers —Valuable
COAL LANDS, 94 acres,l36 perches, LUZERNE
COUNTY, PENNA. ,about 16 miles from Wilkes
bear° On TUESDAY, May 24th, IE6I, at 12
o'clock, Noon, will be sold at Public Sale. without
reserve, at the PHILADELPHIA EXOHANGE,
all that certain piece of land, situate In the
township of Newport, Ltizerne county; Pennsyl
vania, bounded and described as folio ws - : begin
ning at a corner on road. thence along lands of Gi
Bollenback north 23 dog , west 155 3-111 perches
to a stone; thence N. 05 deg., E 945-10 perches to
a pitch pine; thence S. 23 deg., E. 159 5-10 perches
to stones; thence S. 67 deg. and 30 rain. W. 91 3-10
perches to the place of beginning; containing 93
aoresand 136 perches, more or less—being part of
lo's Nos. 16 and IS of Second Division of Newport
township, Luzern county.
Also, small lot of ground adjoining and begio •
ming at a corner of lots Nos. 14 and 16, in First
Division of said Township, nod containing about
I acre being part of an old road patented to John
Vandemark on the 21st July, 1856, as appears 'by
Patent enrolled in Book H, vol. 53, page 160, .Iko-
This tract is situate about 10 mites from the
borough of Wilkesbarre, and about 3 miles from
the extensive colliery of Col. Washington Lte.
The proposed extension of the Nanticoke Rail
road will quite or nearly graze the 'southeastern
corner of thiS lot. e-
The land lies about 1 miles distant frogys' ike land of
Messrs. Carey and Hart. These gentleiben have, In
whole or in part, constructed a railroad of about 1
mile In length, connecting their lands with the
Lackawanna. and Bloonsaburgh Railroad; at the
Town of Shiakehinny. It ties whoUy within the Coal
Measures, and is believed to be of equal value with any
Undeveloped tract of similar proportions in this part of
the Wyoming Coal Pielit.
BY ORDER OF TRUSTEE.
tom` Sale Absolute. 13:1t0 to be paid at the time of
, THOMAS it SONS, Auctioneers,
139 and 141 S. Fourth street
Oil PEREMPTORY SS. LE, by order of Heirs.
LEL. —Estatelt SONS, of JOSEPH SHAW, deceased.—
THOMAS Auctioneers. —VALUBLE
BUSINESS STAND. Three-story modern brick
STORE, No. 226 North THIRD street, between
Race and Vine streets. ' On TUESDAY, May 21th
1864, at 3240' clock noon, will be sold at Publio
Sale, with, ist reserve, at the PHILADELPHIA
EXCHANGE, all that substantial, well-built
three-story brick store and lot of ground, situate
on the west side of Third street, between Race and
Vine streets, No. 228; containing in front on Third
street 20 feet 4 inches, and extending in depth of
that width 25 feet, then narrowing by an offset to
18 feet 4 inches, and extending of that breadth 61
fegt to a 4 feet alley extending from Branch street
to New street. Together with the free and common
use of said alley. Subject to a yearly ground rent
of 6 Spanish pistoles. Will be sold clear of all
other encumbrance. It has the modern improve.
meats, water introduced, hatchway, 6sc.; a valu
able baziuess stand—situate in a desirable part of
Amortgage of $5,000, now on the property, may
remain, it desired by a purchaser.
I:iir SALE ABSOLUTE. -
$lOO to be paid at the time of sale. .
By order of Heirs
M. THOMAS Zz SONS, Auctioneers,
my 1,14,21 139 and 141 South Fourth street.
MTHOMAS & SONS, AUCTIONEERS.
Nos. 139 slid 141 South Fo BOORS
sAZE - tr MISCELLANEOU ON
VARIOUS INTERESTING SUBjEOTA
FRENCH BOORS'S Ac.
ON THURSDAY AFTERNOON, MAY 5,
At the aubtion store, Miscellaneous Books, on
interesting subjects. Also a number of /reach
AVAISI A. TOBACCO. —402 bales Hayana To..
HRI b IrS c ?icO
bond and for sale by GEORGE
COCOANUT 01. L.-50 barrels Oecteanut Oil,
superior quality, for sale by
GEORGE ALRINS &. 00.
VINE WINES —Sherry, Port, Muscatelle and
1! Spanish Red Wines, for Bab) by
GEORGE ALICINS oc O.
THE DAILY EVENING BULLETIN ; PHILADELPHIA, WtDNESDAY, ; _MAY 1864:
THE CREAFEST, SIMPLEST, AND BEST.
Salesrooms, 701 Chestnut &reef, abovilte
We have learned. not, to be astonished at any
thing. Tears of experience and ii.'oorrespondence
extending throughout all nationalities of the ha
bitable globe have turned theories into foots and
established a basis from which we - need not err.
We are not surprised at such facts as the follow
ing—althotigh - the persons who write them are.
Ws, knote the persons and circumstances, hence
feel at liberty to endorses their statement;
"Nam BEDFORD, Maze., Nov. 24, 1863.
DEAR Bin—l have been afflicted mow years with
severe prostrating crampsin my limbs, cold.feet
and hands,. and a general disordered syst:nn. Phy
sicians awl medicines failed to relieve me. •• While
visiting some friends in-New York who were using
Plantation Bitters they prevailed upon ine to try
them. .1 commenced with _a small wine glassful
aiter dinner. Reining battir by degrees, in a feW
days I Was astonished to ilnd the coldness and
cramps' had entirely left me, and I could sleep the
night through, which - I_ have not done for years 1
feel like another being. My appetite and strength
have also greatly improved by theorise of the Plan
tation Bitters. • • Respectfully, •
, Rnainsurrnit, Sept.'l6,
* * I have been in the army hospitals for
fourteen months—speechless end nearly dead. At
Alton, DI., they gave me a bottle of Plantation
Bitters. ** * Three bottles,restored'My speech
and anted me. * * * *
0. A. WAALTTE."
The following M from the Manager of theHnlo
Home School for the Children of Volunteers:
, gHavntannijai Nemirow, Pfty-seventh,streetl
Nuw Yana, August 2,4863.
Dn. Dna= Your wonderful Plantation it.
tars have been given to some of our little children
suffering from weakness and weak lungs with
most happy . effect. One little girl, in particular,
with pains in her head, loss of appetite, and daily
wasting consumption, on whom all medical skill
• had been exhausted, has been entirely restored.
'We commenced with but a teaspoonful of Bitters
, a day. Her appetite anti strength rapidly in
'creartsd, and she is now well.- •
Respectfully, O. M. DEVOE."
,* * * I owe much to you, for I verily be.
Sieve the Plantation Bitters have saved my life.
REV• W. IL WAGGON - B/3, Madrid, N.Y. , .
* * Thou wilt send me two bottles more
of thy Plantation Bitters. My wife has been
greatly benented by their rise.
Thy friend, ASA OUBJLEN, Phila., Pa,"
• * I have been a great sufferer from
Dyspepsia, and had - to abandon preaching. is I
The Plantation Bitters have cured me.
REV. .7. S. CATHORN, Racheatar,' N.Y."
it* * * I have given the Plantation' Bitters
to hundreds of our disabled soldiers with the most
astanti‘bluir, effects. G. W. D. ANDREWS,
Superintendent Soldiers' Home, Clincismati, 0."
* 'The Plantation Bitters bays cured
me of liver complaint, of which I was laid up
Prostrate and bad to abandon my business.
H. B. KINGSLEY, Cleveland, 0."
6 is, * * The Plantaiiimßitters hay. cured ma
of a derangement of the kidneys and urinary organs
that has distressed me for years. it acts the a
charm. 2d00p.13, -
The.Plaatatien Bitters make the weak strong
the languid brilliant, and are- exhausted nature's
great restorer.' They are composed of the eels.
tasted Calisaya Bark, Wintergreen, Swum:nue.
Roots, Barbs, &c., all pre.serred in perfectly pare
St. Croix Ruin. _
persona of sedentary habits troubled with weak
nese, lassitude, palpitation of the heart, lack crl
appetite, distress after eating, *cupid fiver, eon.
stipation, &c., deserve to autibr if they will not
They are) recommended by the highest ntedicat
anthoritle/J and are warranted to produce an.
wtdiaiq bertefleitil efect. They are exceedingiy
agreeable. perfectly pure and harmless. •
Nimes—Any person pretending to sell Plana.
tlon*Bitters in bulk or by the gallon to a swindler
and impostor. It is put it up only in our log cabin
bottle. Beware - of Bottles re-filled wtthlmitation
deleterious staff for which several persons are
already in prison. See that every battle has our
United. States Stamp over the cork, immuitlated,
and our signature on steel plate side label.
Sold by respectable dealers throughout the
202 BROADWAY, • New York.
r, m, -6m
F I R:St P - 13 . 06-11-1:61g;
Elastic Stitch Sewing Zachhiet,
The Sunbeam Stories,
- Containing the charming, bright Stories of
TRAP TO CATCH A SUNBEAM,
CLOUD WITH SILVER LINING',
HOUSE ON THE ROUE,
ONLY, LLD TOLLIFFE, MERRY OnmeTxAs,
STAR IN THE DESERT, Ito
Six beautiful volumes, Illustrated, 0 50.
W. P. pAn
jyl al a
South S I XTH Street.
lISIOAL BOXES, IN HANDSOME OASES,
131. - playing from two to twelve choice melodies,
for sale by FARR do BROTHERS, Importers,
wili22 No. 344 Chestnut street. below Fourth
filikGOLD AND SILVER WATCHES, 07
our own Importation, in quality
and at low prices.
11. FARR, & BAO Imporles,
Iftheitskat. T HE ba, Veen",
PIPIP CHIXTP..•r. On KIXDT,
STEWS' S PIANO,
or Boles 25 per cent. less thane lsewhere.
SORBEZ/ElR s i:
tnit2.3mxp. 424 N. Fourth. ah. Callowhitt.
0037.111.10 T PISMO TUNII24O.
BE L 0. E. 82030110117 7 8 orlisrs. foi
Tuning and Repairing Pianos-are re
catwalk at Noma & Co. , s Mora 907 CODISTII3I
street, oats. ltr. Bar ant Mahal' Mewl Years ,
factory oxpertenoe la Sad rivai r aalle 01 1 4
=tin Phuadolphia: EIPINNAL—PIamt
torooms& sound as soft and strost.tenett m
'Tams for taidam SI.
agent for Colgate & Co .254 Broadway..
P. H. DRAKE & CO..
No. 730 Chestnut Street.
;. 81 . 014 vv . _
P WRIGHT de SIDDALL
No. 119 Market Street.
Between Front and Second stmts.
O. W. WRIGHT. 7. H. GIBRALL.
DRUGGISTS, • PHYSIOIANS,
GENERAL STOREKEEP I7 - 17 -ifi
Can lind at our establishment a WI as.
sortment of Imported and Domestic Drags,
popular Patent Medicines,Paints, Coal
011, 'Window Glass, Pres cription
ete. at as low prices asApeatidns fist class
goods can be sold.
FINE ESSENTIAL OILS
for confectioners, in full variety, and of
the best quality.
Cochineal; Bengal Indigo, Madder, Pot
ash, Ondbear, Soda Asn, Alum, Oil of
Vitriol, annatto, Copperas, Extract of
Logwd,c., FOR DYERS' use, always
Od ba nd at lowest net oaa prices.
rua.k. SPICES FOE FAMILY USE,
Ground expressly for our sales, and to
which we invite attention of those in want
of reliable articles.
&leo, INDIGO, STARCH, MUSTARD, tfi.
f emirs qualify.
Ordsre by mail, or city pOst, am/
with prompt attention, or spacial grusiso
lons will be fundhhed when rev:seed.
WRIGHT & SIDDALL.
* Wholesale Drag Warehouse,
1-19rpl No. 1191dariret Woes above liton
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STONE IN THE BLADiIEgi'OALWVIT,
IRRITATION Or THE NE_ON. OF THE : • DEW,- •
INFLAMMATION OF THE El Dki-EYS
For these disearAS it is truly a savereign reMedy,
slid too much cannot be said in its praise. A
single dose has been known torenieve the most ur.
Are you troubled with that distressing pain in
the small of the back and ,throughthe tupsl A
teaspoonful it day of the ConstitUtion Water will
relieve you like magiq• r . •
Sore long since pren up the-use -Ufbuohn, onbebs
and juniper in the treaunent of the cit....-sPs, and
only use them fox the want of a better remedy '
has proved itself egrust 'to the :task thathas :tri• ' volved upon it. •
- • - D/ITE;litltiS• - •
irritate and drench the kidneys, and by.Ccrastant
use SOOn lead to chronic degeneration an dr.onnrmed
We present the don/dilution Water to, the public
with the conviiiticiu that it Las no equal in relieving
the class of dieeasee for which it has been found 50
eminently sue Cassini for curing; and we trust that
we shall:be rewarded for our efforts m pbscingzo
valuable , a remedy in a form to meet. the require
mente of patient and physician.
IN DYSMENORBRCP. - 4. on PAINFUL !cox
- STRUATION; AND MLNORRIIAGIA,
Both diseases arising from a faulty secretion pt
the menstrual fluid='--in case of being too little, and
accompanied by severe pain, and the •other a too
profuse sepretion, which will be speedily cured:by
the Constitution Water.
The disease known as FALLING OF THE
WOMB,. which lathe. result of a relaxation of the
bgzunents of that organ, and Is known. by a sense
of heaviness and dragging pains in the back and,
skim, and at times accompanied, by sharp,
Dating or shooting pains through , tne parts, will,
in all cases, be cared by this medicine.
There is another class of symptoms arising from
IRRITATION OF TIM WOMB. which physi
cians call nervonanees,, which word covers np
much ignorance. and in nine cases out of ten the
doctor does rot really know whether the symptoms
are the diseasetr the disease the-eyMptOMS. We
can only' enumerate them here. I speak more
particularly of• Cold Feet, Palpitation of the
Wart, - Itspaited Memory, - Wakefulness, Flashes
of Heat, Languor* , Lassitude and Maness of
SUPPRESSED IRERSTRUATiON, -
Virbich in the unmarried female is a constantly re.
cursing disease, and through neglect the seeds. of
mere grave and dangerous usaLdies - are the reeuN
and as month attar month passes without an effort
being made to assist nature, the suppression
comes chronic, the patient gradually loses her ap '
petite, the bowels are cons n lpatedonig,ht sweats'
some on, and consumption
READ! READ!! READ!!!
Mumma, June 2, 1262
Dr. Wm.. H. Gregg—Dear Str: In February.
1561, I was afflicted with sugar diabetes, and , for
fire months I passed more than two giilldna of
water in twenty-four hours. I-was obliged:to gel
up as often as ten or twelve times during the night,
and in live months I lost about fifty pounds in
weight. During the month of Ju188.8.131.52, I pro
cured two bottles of Constitution Water, and in
two days after using it I experienced* relief, and
after taking two bottles I was entirely cured; zoos
a lt e r regaining my usual good health.
Tours trt4y, J. V. L. DEWITT.
Boteron Commas, N. Y., Dec. 27, IBM
Wm. 11.• Gregg Co..•=kients4-I freely give yeti
liberty to make use of the following Certificate of
the value of Constitution Water, which I can re
coinmend in the highest manner:
My wife was attacked with pain in the
shoulders, whole length of the back, and in her
limbs, with Palpitation of the /recut and irritation
of the Bladder. .I called a physician, who at
tended her three months, when he left her worm
than he had found her.
.I then employed one of
the beet physicians I could find. who attended her
for about nine mgnths, and while she was undel
nis care she did not suffer quite as much pain.
He finally gave• her up and said, her case was in
ourabhs. “For," said • he, "she pas tua l
a combination of complaints, that medicine given for
one oprates against some crher of Aer •difficiatiee. 7
About this time she commenced the ass •of the
CONSTiTuTION dosen, to OUT utter astOnish.
went, almost the first seemed to have the de
sired effect, and she kept on improving rapidly
under its treatment, and now superintendsentirely
her domestic affairs. She has not taken any of the
CONSTITUTION WATEB for about four weeks, and
we are happy to say that it has produced-a perma
nent cure. WM. M. VAN BENSCHOTEN.
s • Wirrusizsaimn, Couu., March B, 1863. -
W. W. H. Gregg—Dear Sir—Having seen your
advertisement of Con ititutioa Water," mom.
Mended for inflammation of the Kidneys and .Irri.
tall= of the . Bladder, having suffered for the sat
three years, and tried the skill of a number of p p hy.
sick= with only temporary relief. I was induced
to try your medicine. I procured one bottle front
T our agents at Hartford,. Messrs. Lee, Sisscn &
and when I had used half of it, to my eur.
prise I found a great change in my health. I hays
used two bottles of it, and am where I never ex
ected to be in my life, well, and iu good spirits.
I cannot express my gratitude for it; I feel that it
is all arid-Mere than you recommend it to be. May
the blessing of God ever attend you in your labors
of love. Yours, truly,
LEONARD S. BIGELOW.
THESE ARE Erni)THENOUGH.
We presentthe Constitution Water to the publio
with the conviction that it has no equal in reliev
ing the class of diseases for which it has been
found so eminently successful in curing; and me
trust that we shallbe rewarded for our eflorta in
placing so valuable a remedy in a form to meet law
requirements of patients and physicians.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
PRIOE ONE DOLLAR.
• W. IL GREGG & 00., Proprietors. • •
No. & ALLEN. General Agents. ,
16 OWE` street, New York'.
For sale by
JOHNST A & COWDEN,
FRENCH, RIOHARDS & Co.,
1025-m.w.f.6m • - Philadelphia:
OATAB.RH OF THE
j 44 b1 7 THE
antlioilzpd aad nOW pro ,
pared tp toiis ;he • , -
NEW GOVERNMENT - IRAN.
TIM! Loan, issued under „
authority of an aot.ol
OonOpss'itpproved March 3,.1881, . provides for the
issue! Two Hundred Millions of Dollar
(8200,1X14;000) United States bonds; redeemable
after ten years, and payable forty years frOusdate,
ix o*, dated March:l, 1864, bearing' interest a
the rate of ”
per ant:tun:clic 001/%1, payable semi-annually on al
bonds over $lOO and on Bonds of $lOO and less;
pubseribers . will receive' either Regjstered or
Qoupor} Bonds as they may prefer. -
. BEGISTSDIND BONDS will be issued of the detunni
nations or lifty dollars, (8511, ) one hundred &Mara,.
(SlOO, ) five hUndied dollars, ($500;) 'one thOusand
dollars, ($1,090,) slive thousand dollars4ss,ooo,)
and ten thousand dollars, (810, 000). gdupom
BONDS of the denominations of fifty dollars; (e 50,)
one - 'hundred. 'dollars, ($100,) dire hundred dollars,
($500,) and oninhousand. dsglars, (84000.)
will commence from date of subscription, or the
accrued lateireat from the first of March can be
paid In coin, or,, untillirther •notice, in S.
notes or notes.'of Natio 'Banks, adding (50) fifty
per cent. tliernmount for premium.
COUPON BONDS NOW.. READY FOR DIP
C.' 11 CLAJRHK;
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. - •
• - Offer for Sale the • '
NEW- GOVERNMENT LOIN;
BEARING _ell , .r e l PER CENT. INTEREST IN
COIN, redeemilde any time after TEN YEARS
the pleasitre of 'the 'Goveriiiient,
FORTY YEARS seer date., .!
BOTH- COUPON AND REGISTERED
BONDS are issuettfor this Loan of: same denomi
nations as. the 5-Wa.. -The:',l3- on SW s and._
8100fi . Payable yearly:l'4m all other denominations;
half yearly. The 10-40- Bonds -are dated Xarch
The halt-yearly interest due Reptam- .
ber Ist and March let of mai' year until Ist Sep:
tember, the accrued interest from Ist of March is
required to be paid by parclutsers in eons In in
Ls?* rintaMicr, adding fifty per cent. for pre
mise& farther notice. •
ALL OTHER GOVERNMENT SECURITIES
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114 SOUTH TBTRD STREET.
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Exchange on England, France and
7 -10--,5-20 Loan and 01311pena%
CHECKS AND ,VOUCHERIS,
erican and Foreign Gold.
STOCKS AND LOANS,
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ORDERS BY MAIL OR BRPERse ARVIND= TO.
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BAIN NO BIM !
We refund the money,. if desired, for every lot
of Shine which in any respect.
FINE SHIRTS *
OUT LENGTHWISE OF MUSLIN, •
- Made of New York Mille Muslin.
VERY TINE LINEN,. ONLY 83 75
WILTALIISISN IMP. MILLS MUSLIN,
FINE LINEN ONLY $3 00.
GENTb' ITRNISHING GOODS.
SMITH & JACOBS,
N 0.1226 Chestnut Street.
NEI"WE LIBREWITB can attention to
our magnificent assortment of wipe
rior PIANOS, which we always
have on hand, anti offer them at very reasonable
prices to purchasers. Beat of references and PULL
OIIABADITIGI invariably givep_by _
THE UNION gLELI4O NAIMI" at a°"
ap2o 1017 Walnut street.
A SILENT .
BUT P.OWEREIIL EVIL.—War„
1 - 1. pestilence and famine are looked upon as the
mOst - dreadiul calamities to . which humanity Ls
subject,-Yet-wehave an agent at work among as,
slaying by daynd by night its thousands and tens
of thousands." The scourge to which we refer this
*bith is so effective on its mission of de
etruction, is the useless drugging of:the system with
nanseocts drugs. That a large aerobes. of our fel
low creattu es annuany go to their gravesk'front
dragging thenuelves to death or allowing - others
to do so, is a fact which is an - controvertible/ -The,
question - is. , carinet this evil be-alleviated 3 A l 9
dtere'riotatherid medicines which are competentta
cure meet of the diseases which afflict mankind.?
Experience has proved that there are,.and for the
curelaf all Bilious Disorders, Dyspepsia; and. all
the ccraplaLtitsbf,the Stomach, Liver and Bowels,
Dr. lioofland's German Bitters ftr' " i v° trill
Pei - Marie= I.6aedy. The witnesses to thilf-trutn
are a multitude. . -
E,The worth of an article is tiaied itepo;n7
.Wity, and no medicine has won sitch. unbent:idea
-praise arid honor as these BITTZES. Wherever-they
have been introduced,. they have sunknedect
othsf Preparations --and when'oncs u.s.W . ,:they be ,
come watablic necessity. _Why, - then, imam our
selves to.deeth, when we have within our reach rt
,remedy, ille.tnever fails 1..1ts name and vittuesare
now universal—and wherever the banner'of civi
lization is_spread.to the. breeze, it is theist . that
Eloorrxrin' S BITTERS is the standard niedirine for
all. -We urge no une to , purchase this- aiticle-Lwe
but lay before you the FACTS . Of curadirp car_
toes—:endit is Cai..r.S.CTS alone -that each one Mu. t
judge for himself.. -
Will cure every case of -- -
OHEOPIOOS NERVOUS, DEBLLITY,
DISEASES OP THE KIDSEYSI
And cliseaseS3 ariEirg from a disordered stomach..
Observe the following rymptoma, resuttingliom
Disorders_of the Digestive Organth • • '
Constination, Inward Piles, Fuline.ss - of Blood in
the Head, Acidity of the Stomach, ;Nausea, Heart
burn, DiSgut.if for Pobtl.Fiilites in the - Sten:Lath,
Sour-Eructations, Sinking cr Fluttering - at the
Pit of the StomachiSwiraming of the Head, Hor
ned. and Difficult Breathing, Platteritig at the
Heart; Choking or Suffocating S9msations,
Atesa of Vision-Dots or Webs before the Sight,
Fever anti_ Dual Pain in the Head, . Deticie acy of
Perspirattoa, Yellowness of tkin sad Eyes,,
Pain in the Side, Back, Chest. Limbs, & - c*, Spd
Hushes Of. Hear. Burning in the Flesh, Con
:fent Imaginings of Evil, and Great Depression
of :Spirits, • -
Remembpr Remember Remember -
-Remember • Rethembsr -Reidember '
_ Remember -• 'Remember Reuierciber
Reniember -Remember Remember
Remember Remember- Remember
Remember Remeniber Remembe,r
That this Bitters is not -AlCoholic,"
That this , Ritters is not Alcoriolte,
'That this -Bitters is rot Alcoholic,
That this Bittere is not Alcoholic, • - ,
-That this Bifters is not
. That this liittere. is Lot Alcoholic,
ContaluS no Rum or Whiskey. •
• Contains no Rifm-or Whiskey,
' Contains no Rum or - Whit ke3r,
Contains ne'Runi or Whiskey. ' •
Contains no Rum or Whiskey,",
And cannot rooks, Drunkards, .
- - -And Cannot makeDruidords,
- cannot make Dna' kards,
And cannot make Drunkards,
Dutis the Rest TOTLIC
Bat is the Beit Tonic
• -But is thr Best Toi ic -
In the'World. In the-W0r1d..;,,
. In the World. ' In. the '
In the World
we *dß ,pay St,btO tci any one that Nyiß produce
a certifichteptiblished by us-that p•not genuine.
Facts ! Facts t!- --- Facts,!. ! !
Facts!-! Facts! Facts! ,t,""
FaCti! -Facts ! Facts '
Facts-t - - Facts t Fabts. 'Factal
Facts ! Facts Facts:! • Facts t- -
-From the EfOa.. Thomas B; F,ldorence.
qentlenien—lfaving, stated a verbally yon, k
ha*Miitliesit.stion. in writingite - fact, that I. etpa
xlenced marker" " - HoofLanArs-Get
man Bitters, tedious session
of Con -.dudes nen' rip
and the result
tared i 1 they di
Bit!ers in my
ing; that it has 1
s ance a ave ol
Mg. and which had become _very - distressing, sae
use of one bottle gave decided relief,-'title second
effecting a care, and the Lhirdrit seems, has con
meci the cure, for there - have. been no symptoms
.of its return for the last six years. In my indi
vidual use et it I find it to be an nrceonaled tonic;:
an &sincerely recommend its - use to the sufferers:
Truly, yours; _ JAG° B BROOM..
liO7 Spruce stmt.
From Rev.W.: D. Siegfried.
.-.. Pastor Twelfth Baptist Church.:
Prru-sumtritiA December26th, 163.
Gentlemen.: have recently been laboringtmder
the distressing effects cf indigestion, accompanied
by a prostration of the nervous system. Numerous
r. meules were recommended by friends. and some
of them tested, but without relief. Your Hoofland
German Bitters were recommended by persons
- who had tried them, and whose favorable mention
of the Bitters induced me also to try them. I:must
cer.fess that 1 had an aversion t .. , patent medicines
from the .thorisand tind one" quack "Bitters,"
Whose only aim seems to be to paint off sweetened
and drugged liquor upon the community, in a sly
way; and the tendency otwhich, I feat, it to
make many a confLrmed.drunkard. Upon learning
that yours was really a medicinal preparation I
took it with happy 'effect. Its action, not only
upon the - stomacb„.butupon the nervous system,
was prompt and . gratifying. I feel that I have
derived great and permanent benefit from the use
of a. leer bottles.
Very respectfully yours • '
-No. 254. Iramaion Street
From Bet. Levi. G. Beck,
Pastor of the Baptist Church, Pemberton, N. J
formerly-of the North Baptist Church, Phila.
I have known Hoollnnd'a German Bitters favor
ably for a number of yaws. I have - ttsed them in
my own family. and have been so pleased with their
etre.ls that I 'was induced to recommend them to
many others, and know they have operated in a
strikingly beneficial manner. I take great plea
sure in thus publely proclaiming this tact, and
calling the attention of - those afflicted with the
diseases for which they are recommended, to those
Bitters knowing from experience that my recoui
mendaiion will be sustained. I do this more cheer
fully, as Hoofiand's Bitters is intended to benefit
the afflicted, and is "not a ram drink."
Yours A truly, LEVI G. BECK.
From Rev. J. 'Newtown Brown, D.D.,
Editor of the Encyclopedia of -Religious K ow
ledge and Christian Chronicle, Philadelphia.
Although not disposed to favor 'or fecomm nd
Patent Medicines in general, through distrust 9t
their ingredients and effects, I yet know of no suf
ficient reasons why a man may not testify to the
'benefits he believes himself to have rec>ived from
any simple preparation, in he hope that he may
thus contribute to the benefit of others.
J. do thisthe more readily In regal d to Efootisud'
German Bitters, prepared by Dr. C. M. Jackson,
of this city, because I was prejudiced against them
for many years ' under the impression that they
were chiefly analceholic mixture. I am indeb..ed
to my friend, Robert Shoemaker, Esq., for the
removal of this prejudice by proper tests, and. for
encouragement to try them when suffering trona,
great and long continued debility. .The use of
three boitles of these bitters at the beginning of the
present. year; was fiilibwed by evident relief and
restoration to - a degree of bodily and mental view
Which I had not felt for six months before, and had
almost despaired of regaining. I therefore thank
God and roy friend for directing me to the use
them. 3. NEWTON EROWN, Phila.
From the }lei. Thomas Winter, D. D. ,
Pastor of Roxborough Baptist Church. •
Dr. Jackson—Dear Sir: I feel it due to your ex
cellent preparation, Hooftand's German Bitters.
to add my testimony.to the deserving reputation it
has obtained. I have, for years. at times, neen
troubled with great disorder in the head and ner-
TOllBl system. I was advised by a friend to try a
bottle of your German Bitters. I did so, and have
experienced great andunexpected relief; my health
has teen very materially benefited. I confidently
recommend the article where I meet with cases
similar to my own, and have been assured by
many of their good effects. '
T. WINTER, Rosbcrough, Pa.
READ THE. FOLLOWING
The following Well known reverend gentlemen
have acknowledged in - writing the great benefits
they have received from the use or these Bitters.
Such testimonyo must certainly con - Once the most
Bev, X. S. Herman,-of the German Reformed
- Church, Kutztown, Berks county, Pa
Bev. J. Id. Lyons. formerly Pastor of the Co
lumbus (N. ) and Xi/esti:ma f('a.) - Baptist
Rev. J. 11. Turner, Pastor of 'Redding X. E.
Church, Philadelphia. - -
Rev 30s. B. Hennard. Pastor of the Tenth
Baptist Church, Philadelphia.
Rev. warren Randolph, Pastor of Baptist
Church, Germantown, Pa. •
Rev. Wm. Smith, formerly Pastor of the Yin
centtown and lldillville (N, J.) Baptist Churches.
Rev. Lawrence W. Bates, Editor ifegodist
We could add many others to this list did space
Principal 011ce, 631 Arch street, Philadelphia.
JONES & EVANS.
Sneceesors to 0. - M. Jackson ei
For sale by Druggists in every town in ttici
United States. ap3o-sarcvr-26t§
In the World
ted the use of
ok - his. ad viee
J mnet. needed
!Wally ad vau
illirr - as 'to the
In ono is
l. years' . stand-