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ARRIVALS AT THE HOTELS,
A M Zimmorman, Harrishg
W It Yerkes, Norristown
J Sperry, Norristown
N Corson, Norristown
N Densmere; Meadville
C Ronlldrish & la, Meadv'e
L Cronsman & son, Pittsb'g
C Ottingor, Baltimore
L A Cooper, Maryland
F Colton, New York
W Callon], Baltimore
IM Cohn, Baltimore
EP Stone, Baltimore
J W Kribs Baltimore
L Brower la, New Yoe:
11 Heysinger & wr, Poona
Mid a II Hardison, Lane co-
S S Speucor Zt la, Lancaster
Mr Lynn, Now York
Satin Thompson, New York
Geo N Lennon ' Now York
LOWN Balm, New York
W McArthur, Trenton, Dr-J
Mitchell, Trenton, NJ
\V Young, New York
L S Wallace, New York
John T Robinson, Nana
HI, Simms, Kenna
Thee Donnelly, Ilartiaburg
G S Oakes. Lancaster
John 0 Slither, Lancaster
ive he rge r. Delaware
Keller, New York
; Chevallier, New York
' McCormick, Pittsburg
Allet4 11, Ohio
al Compton, Ohio
' Stewart, Westmoreland
W Beinton, Del on, Pa
is Yobn &she, ludianap
T Potter, Germantown
L - Morgan, Cinein, 0
J s .1 Morgan, Chien, 0
I Hunter, Cincinnati, 0
men, Louisville, By
ill Weir, Pittsburg
in Roberts, Pittsburg
et Edwards, Pittsburg
IF Anderson, Baltimore
Jones, Baltimore+ •
Williams ' Baltimore
' Billie in, Lancaster
and 1/obeli, Liverpool
,tos C Breen; Ponna
S R Doman, Baltimore
L J Callahan, Baltiluore
Boberi, Durkan. Baltimore
Jacob iloironbanh, (Wt.
Win I 1 Hull, Now York
Chas ,Moore, New York
John Terry, Now York
Fl lowland, N J
.11011, New York
R Angus New York
II ' , Hoboken
8 Q Brown, Pa
A C Rand, Union, Pa
R II Frisbee, Union, Pa •
Miss Smith, Conn
Miss Watson, Conn-
Win R Gardner, Now York
Grerea, Nevada Ter
Strouse & wf, Pa
i Donaldson, 'Ashland
' Davis, Easton -
?biller,' New York
L Sear orns,Worcest'r
Ritter & la, Cal
Morris, New York
tavus Brown, Bait
' , vine, Wash, D C
Dl Rd), Wash, D C
31, , phens, Boston
F Kennard, Boston
(1 French & wf, Vt
tb Reese, Pittsburg
Mrs SDI Sackett, N Y
H P Palmer, Prov, R I
fon, Jr, Illinois
P Ireland & wf, Md
lull ey, USA
B Palmer, Michigan
6 P Roche, Washingtoni
tB A I
Jones, U S
Forbes, U SN
Ran iolph, Jersey City'
A Dreiser, New York
II B Wright, Penna
Caldwell, Boston 1
twrence, New York
;ock, New York , ,
u.es New York
aurbrouck, New York
irrtt & wf, Quincy, 11l
tank lin, New York
Mciii Gregg, Reeding
? Leamin, N Jersey
.1011116011, B o ston • '
Allen, New York
B Rush Plumly, N
zorny, New York
'es, New York
c, New York
/awon, New Jersey
W Whelan, Jr, Wash, D C
Thos .T Martin, Jr
R 13 Hamilton
T H Beeker & son,
Mrs J Bond, St Paul
Dr W II Howard, Boston
B&W M Boyd, New York
H Hoes„ New York
P D Lather, New York
A G Seaman, New York
000 Steinman, Poona
Goo M. Steinman, Pertua
Henry Thomas, Harrisburg
G D Brook. New York
Miss Brook, Now York
EW Fitch, Now
E C Fisher, New York
Dr C C Field, Easton
G G Presbury & wf, Bill
Miss Muromkhuysen, Batt
W Smith, Alabama
Frank Istudson, New York
Jas It Corning, New York
John T Heard, Boston
A D Bartour, Pittsburg
V Cornish , Connecticut
Chas Dutton, Boston
Hilt Thompson, Boston
ißobt Shorrard, Jr, Ohio
'Jos Melee, Brooklyn
J H Hasbrouck, New York
L Waggoner, Kentucky
W E Lawrence, New York
S Van Pray itt wf, Boston
J Lowther, Kewport, Pa
John Funk, Newport, Pa
D Mears, Washington
:C A Preston, Norwalk, 0
IL B Langley, Now York
IS W Wlntwell, New York
'John A Lemon, Penna
Mrs 'AI Davis, New York
Jas McAuley, Pittsburg
John McCarys, Pittsburg
C R Talbot, New York
J Brant, Baltimore
Miss C Clawson, Newberg
R W Adams St wf, N Y.
A H Bryant.St wf, Buffalo
G Conigur, Now York
W S Blitax, Allentown
J Leisenring, Parma
Geo J Hughes. Panna
II Hill, Maine
A 11 Estes, Maine
S J Jacobs, New York
C Dickinson, Waterbury
BL Boyer Sr la,Montreal
A SI - an Dozen, New York
J A Kriuochrtn, New York
D McGoran & sic, Ohio
M A Ruland,New York
Way & wf,Nelvark,Pti
, nns, Wisconsin
pobody, Zanesville, 0
;gill, Sr, SE la, - Pittsb
1 E Mrs Dashwood, N Y
N. Rose, Allentown
A McLean, Beaver C H
,lark. Smyrna, Del
'ennui', Lynn, Pa
Low, Auburn, Pa
- Fit isles; Auburn,Pa
P Wise, Centreville
t':c.k ler, Chambersbg l
ijurreison, York, Pa
1 T Doty, Mifflin, Pa
3 Robeson, Penna
Miss T Black, Cliambersb'g
Thos Coleman, Lancaster
Saml Bents, Cincinnati 0
H L VEIMDISS, Goshen, Ind
Mrs Garff, New Orleans
C T Bainbridge & son, NY
R M Walensbrey, N 0
Peter T Rice, New York
T Moses, New York -
T 0 Sanderson New York
W S Edsell, Fort Wayne
H 0 Warren, Davenp, Miss
C H Warren, Davenp, Miss
Aaron Cheer, Davenp, Miss
0 Bitter, New York
W F Clark
Wm A Mara, Ashland_
Mrs Waded, Etizabethtwn
Mrs MOG rams, Lancaster
John D Roddy, Somerton
Beni R Halos, New York
D Ripleyp, Newark, N J
John S_Parst, Penne.
Rev D M Barber, Danville
Ed w Perry
James Id Orr, New York
.NV A. - Ripley Newark
B DI Grant, ohnstownN Y
J Masters & wf, New York
J P Salmon', Hazleton
C D Brodhead, Monroe co
R D Kramer, Allentown
Mrs R D Kramer, Allentwn
:on, New York
met., New York
bore, New York
Naime. New York
,ertson, New York
looney, New York
ndersloot, York, Pa
oward, New York
Minton, Milford, Del
L H Fisher St• wf, Jersey Sh
John A Bash, Reading
John A Fulton, Boston
F H Garrett, Ashland
L P Blair, Baltimore
W W Dustin, Boston
Amos Bartolet, Cressona
'Jas D Lawson, Woodbury
J W Dickinson, Woodbury
John Mitchell,New Jersey
Mrs Lynch, Delaware
E A Depou, Easton
M Nelson, New York
W Berne, Conn
E Ingalls, New York'
Henry Morford, New York
J H Hollingsworth, N Y
D J Stnrgls, Conn
B B Cogell, Trenton •
I,t& Scalechter Penne,
Wm Schetter, 'Pennsburg
W M Gehrman. 1 emus
Chas Lecher, Kutztown
Chas Dolts, Pennsburg
Henry Tool, Smalls
Win Wormer, , Allentown
H B Beckel, Lancaster co
W Von ' , hada, Lancaster co
,Jacob Cahlren ;Lancaster co
A Seidel, Hamburg
than. Hess, Schnecksv
13ittuer, Lancaster co
Bittner, Lancaster col
'nerr, Clanssville .••
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Eiel ants, S Easton
Slater S wf, Bethle'zn
W L Weed, Callicoon
J G Beading, Flemington
D Eppley, Harrisburg
I M Moher, Penne,
Miss E L Moher, Penna
, Miss li Mull, Penna
Jas Macmanus, Bellefonte
A M Allen, Pottsville
C L White, M Chunk
W W Lattimore, M Chunk
M A Parkhurst; Chicago
J Zerbe, Central City, Cal
mvy, New York
,pe, Bucks co Pa
with, St Nicholas, Pa
& wt, Lancaster co
& wt, Nell- Jersey
iwitb, Lock Haven
•okl, New York
Daniel A Yeager, Wash' n
U r Steinmetz, Annville
A W Shober, Lancaster co
N Nelson, Chester
Jas Cla yton, Liantitten co
S 11 Lenhart, Leesport
A S Saul, Washington •
W D Weitlenbainer, Pentia
J Sponsler, Lime Ridge
I , recker, Reading
0111,, New York
rri:4la. Now York
•noids, Jr, Oil City
B Bowman, Neffsville
S ltielturds, Minersville
C N Dyer, Doylestown
too, New York
1311 y, New York
Mrs Hollman & su, Penn&
TT Dirom, Juniata co
E C Yawell, Chester co
J L Work, Itmliana co
A Taylor, West Chester
T J Taylor, New York
Capt P S O'ltankes, Penna
co+ o l,, Penult
C B Reynolds St la, Oil City
Richt' Jones, Lancaster co
D R Clemens Chester Val
0 H Searle, New Jersey.
J H Armstrong, Newark, NJ
Geo Hammond, York co
J C McCurdy,York co
Bahlley, Lauc co
Oakford, Oxford, Pa
.vin, Chester co
iivin & sister Pa
roadside, Pa '
John O'Kwue, New York
JD Duckett, Chester co
John S Paxson, W Chester
fE ADULTERATION OF SPIRITUOUS LI
. —What with the increased duties on imported
and the heavy taxes on fourth-proof domestic li
, an immense quantity of alcoholic preparations
crown upon the market as representatives of the
ar spirits used 'as beverages, each
ly, gin, and rum, the former now being about as
ill to obtain pure and unadulterated as it used to
gnmon and of good quality. The result of the
.ity of good spirituous liquors has been to introduce
the market a species of beverage composed of pure
Is combined with some tonic vegetable extract, the
bund being known as Bitters. These "Bitters".
;enerally speaking,as far superior to the spirituous
rs ordinarily retailed at bars and taverns as possible
nuch less injurious than even the best spirits are,
left tonic effects counterbalance the Inflammatory
n that accompaniso all alcoholic drinks. But even
le manufacture of this class , of popular beverages,
is more or 11388 adulteration, and therefore care is
'red In Making a selection, in order that the best
.ty may bo Procured.
best in the market that we have yet seen is that
n as the "Golden Bitters, " which is warranted of
set materiali, and composed of extracts from purely
able sources, •
medical analysis which Mr. HUBBEL had made
he purpose, shows that his Bitters are eminently
lated to relieve the dyspepttc,and afford that gentle
lent necessary to assist the weak and infirm to
rich the fatigues of daily life, The time will come
these Bitters will supersede the poisonous drinks
biked at our public bars, and when this change
mce we shall hear of fewer. cases of mad drunk.
and lees deaths from delirium tremens.—Brnok
LYSEWINO, BIEBROIDERENG BRAID
Tucking, &c., beautifully executed on
)ROVER & BAKER SEWING MACHINE. Ma
.s, with operators, by the day or week, 730
ITNUT Street. ap2ratuth3m
ITT'S 'HIAWATHA HAIR RESTORATIVE,
ITT'S HIAWATHA HAIR RESTORATIVE.
QT'S HIAWATHA HAIR RESTORATIVE.
:T'S HIAWATHA, HAIR RESTORATIVE,
lET'S HIAWATHA HAIR RESTORATIVE.
,pngfellow's Poem Hiawatha was adjudged to
onferred the greatest boon on his tribe because
plight to its notice corn, Every ono will admit
Si preparation In worthy of its name, for the be.
t corners when it is known.
WHAT THE HIAWATHA DOES.
tones faded and gray hair and whiskers to their
I color. It brings up the natural shading of ono
Eh another, thus giving the hair a perfect lily
Inca, so that the most critical observer cannot
use. It makes harsh hair soft and silky, stops
out, cleanses it and the scalp from all irapu-
La as readily applied and wiped from the skla as
It dressing, and entirely overcomes the bad ef
prev ions use of preparations containic g sulphur,
, f lead, Arc.
iroprietors of the Hiawatha published the fo1•.
challenge to test in the New York dailies three
WAS NEVER ACCEPTED:
;ome well known and disinterested persons s*
co to the proprietor of each preparation for the
king up the color. Every proprietor to au
but his own preparation, and the person
also during the test; A certificate of the re
, widolY published at the expense of the on,
vuwettters. Sold everywkene.
JOSEPH HOYT & 00.,
10 lIIIITQrfiItY n O O% XCIX.
ONE-PRIOR CLOTIIISTG, OP TSE LATEST
Curate, made in the Beat Manner, expressly for RE
TAIL SALES. LOWEST Selling Prices marked in
Plain Pitmen. All Goods made to Order warranted
satisfactory. Our ONE-Pares SYSTISO( is strictly adhered
to. All are thereby treated alike.
de29.ly JONES & CO.. 604 MARKET Street.
t3TEELTWAY & SONS,
For sale only at
1000 CHESTNUT street.
STECK & 00%S
THE POPHLAR CLOTMNO HOUSE of DIMI
" OAK• HALL."
Best-class goods and moderate prices.
WANAMAKER & BROWN..
S. B. corner SIXTH and MARKET Streets,
Onatom Department (to make to order) No. 1 S. Sixth it.
WHEELER It WILSON'S HIGHEST PRExcum
THE CHEAPEST, SIMPLEST, AHD BEST
Salesrooms, 704 CHESTNUT Street, above Seventh
STRETCH-01tAY.—In St. James' Church, King
ceasing, 111ny19,1564, by Rov—.Chas. A. Matson, Dr. C.
G. Stretch, of New Jersey, to Miss Alma T. Gray, of
.West Philadelphia, Pa.
URWILER. —From wounds received in the battle of
the Wilderness, Sergeant Charles A. Urwiler, Co: C,
67th Regiment I'. V., aged 2i years.
The relatives and friends of the family are respect
fully invited to attend his funeral, from the residence of
his mother. No. 921 Randolph street, on Thursday at
terufan, at 3 o'clock. *o*
R •SE —At Memphis, Tenu. ,on the 22d inst., Frede
ric k W. Reese, of the Quartermaster's Department 12th
Army Corps, formerly of this city.
Interment this (Tuesday) afternoon, at 4 O'clock, at
St. John's Lutliet au Burying Ground, Race street, be
low Sixth, to which his friends are respectfully invited
without further notice., ...., 5
FARR. —On the 29th inst., Thomas B. Wattson, son of
John and Fanny W. Farr, aged S months and 2 weeks.
The relatives and friends of the family are respect
fully invited to attend the funeral, from the residence
of Ids parents, No. 1619 Chestnut street, this (Tuesday)
afternoon, 31st inst., at 4 o'clock. 5
WATElN.—Killed, May 20th in the 211th year of his
age, while charging the enemy's cilia pits on the James
river, Sergeant Lewis IL Welkin, of Co. H, 97th Rogi
mknt P. V. V., son of Isaac Watkin, of this city.
Dne notice will be given of the funeral on recovery
of the body.
BRADY.—Died in Christ, on Friday, May 27th, inst.,
from diseases of the heart, contracted by her voluntary
efforts on behalf of the sick and wounded soldiers on
the battle-tlelds of the Army of Potomac, Va , Mary A.
Brady, wife of Edward Brady, West Philadelphia, aged
'the friends and acquaintances 'of the family and
soldiers are respectfully invited to attend her funeral,
from bier late residence, 406 South Forty-first street,
above Baltimore avenue, West Philadelphia, at 10
o'clock en Wednesday morning, the Ist or June. - To
proceed to Mount Moriah Cemetery.
NINESTEEL.—On the `26th inst., John D. Ninesteel,
iu the 66th year of his 'Age.
The relatives and friends of the family are respectfully
invited to attend his funeral, from his late residence,
No. 1607 Mount Vernon street, this (Tuesday) afternoon,
-at 3 o'clock P. M.
. • .
ALLISON. —On the 2Sth inst., Matilda IL, wife of
John 11. Allison, in the 37th year of her age. •
The relatives and friends of the family are respect
fully invited to attend the funeral, from the residence
of her husband, No. 223 North Forty-first street, West
Philadelphia, on Wednesday afternoon, June Ist, at 2
o'clock. To proceed to - Mount norialt Cemetery. *
SPARKS.—On the afternoon of the Stith-inst., of dip
thesis, William 8., youngest son of Thomas and Ann
STRINE. —Killed, nt Spottsylvanis, on the 12th inst. - ,
Robert P., of the 511 Pennsylvania Mi giment, 2d Corps,
s on of William and Jane Strine, of Milton, Northumber
land comity, Penna., in the IPth year of his age.
TFIE DEATH OF MARK LOW—MEETING OF-IN
SPECTORS OF CUSTOMS. —A Meeting of Inspectors of
Customs was held yesterday, May 30th, at their office,
bOS South Delaware avenue, for the purpose of taking
action concerning the death of MARK LOW.
Abraham. Myers was called to the chair, and Casper
Sender, Jr..; was appointed Secretary.
The following preamble and resolutions were unani
Whereas, The Inspectors of Customs of the port of
Philadelphia have learned with deep regret of the death
of their late associate, MARK Low—therefore,
Rao/zed, That in his decease we recognize the loss of
a faithful officer, a good citizen, and a genial friend.
Resolved, That we deeply sympathize with the fami
ly of the deceased in their great affliction, and that the
officers of this meeting be a committee to convey to them
a copy of these resolutions.
.Reso/ved, That we will, in a body, attend the funeral
of the deceased at four o'clock to-morrow (Tuesday) af
ternoon. ABRAHAM MYERS, Chairman.
CASPER SouDER,.Jr., Secretary.
GLOSSY BLACK SILKS-JUST.
One ease of Lyons Taffetas.
25-inehes.yride Lyons Taffetas, $1.75.
25-ineltes-wide Lyons Taffetas, 51.57%.
'25-inches-wide Lyons- Taffetas, 52.
2i-inches-wide. Lyons Taffetas, $2.50.
Posit de Soie Oros Grains, Tailles, &e.
BESSON & SON, Mourning Store,
my3l 316 CHESTNUT Street,
SEA -SIDE HOTELS SUPPLIED
Table Linen by the piece.-
, Napkins by the dozen, low.
Quilts for single beds, &c.
Ned border Chamber Towels. •
Huguenot Stoat Shootings.
my2s EYRE Sc LANDELL.
THE GREAT CENTRAL FAIR.—
Office of the COMMITTEE ON LABOR. INCOME,
AND REVENUE, No. 118 South SEVENTH Street,
Philadelphia. 'The uoder4igned, Treasurer of the Com
mittee, acknowledges the receipt of the following- sub
Prom John Cunningham, Esq., U. S. Consul, Se
ville, Spain $lO 00
Employees of John Edwin Potter, Esq., Book
seller. 617 Sansom street - 4425
Billmeyer & Small, Saw Mills, York, Pa., per
John Murphy, Chairman 100 00
Employees of do., per do 102 30
John Connors; one day's labor 2 00
Rev: Isaac Leeser, No. 1227 Walnut street 5 00
Rev. J. - S. Melhorn, McClellandtown 2 00
Rev. T. D. N. Tallmage 0 SI
Rev. Prof. H. Ziegler, Selinsgrove, Penna., per
Rev.•E W. Butter 300
Rev.Edw. S. Marks, Bethany Church, per W. J.
Given 25 00
Rev. W. W. Michel and Rev. R. S. Jones, En
terprise M. E. Church and congregation; Lan
caster • 6 13
Mrs. Elizabeth Brown 15 00
Dreer & Hayes, pet F. P. Dubosq, Chairman 35 . 00
per do 10 00
E. P. Dubosq & Son
From J. B. Bloudgood, per Mrs. Forney- 15 00
H. C. Gibson, Esq 10 00
Handed in by a young man at office, simply as
_ . . . .. . _ .. . . . .
" Cash" 100 03
Mary L. Brown I 55
George A: Luxe 200
Proceeds of a private Soirée given at the Wash
ington Building, per Jos. Brobson SO OD
Per J. S. Serrill, Chairman, Darby:.
Collected by Mr. Sballeross, various sums 66 50
From citizens of Perryville, Juniata county, per
J. B. Okeson 30 00
Miss E. V 2 09
Received of Henry D. Sherrerd, Esq., Chairman
of Committee on Insurance, Life, and Trust
Companies and Saving Funds May 23, being
am( nut collected by him from Board of Marine
pr.: Inspectors 2) 00
Board of United States Surveyors 20 00
John Williams, Esq., Secretary of Board of Fire
Under Writers 600
Leech & Co., and employees, Washington-street
wharf ' 300 00
Mrs. M. A. Ring, per Mrs. R. Hammett - 1000
Mrs, Jackson, $1; Miss Price, $1; E. J. Dough-
- erty, OF; S. O'Brien :$l.; S B. Hinchcliff, $1;
Mrs. Bertram, $1; E. Ross, $1; E. Johnson,sl;'
A. Turner, $1; IVE Turner, 50c 9 50
Employees of Mrs. Turner, per do 9 23
PerXr.B.Shoemaker and Mrs. J. B. Ileyl, Chair
' nel4, remitted by Mrs. J. Stuart—cash 5 00
Wright & Siddall. per do 2000
Thos. P. James, Esq., per do 10 00
Per Mrs. 3'heodote Wilson, Chairman: ,
Thos. Weasel', biscuit baker 23 00
Employees of do 13 00
Ivens Sr Allen, do 23 00
Employees of do 17 00
T. Carsick &Co . 20 CO
Mrs. Stewart's employees 5 . 50
Theodore Wilson, Esq 25 00
Employees of do ' 34 00
John Hartman, Esq. (total, $134.50) 1 - ' 23 00
From Le Boutillier & Bros., Chestnut street, per
Jas. R. Campbell, Chairman 150 00
Part of employees of do 2400.
From Jacob Rech, Esq., per H. Simons, Ch 20 00
Employees of do, per do Si 33
A Widow's mite 5 00
Per R. Shoemaker, Chairman:
Geo. D. Wetherill & Co 200 00
o. 5. Janney & Co 100 00
Dr. D. Hersbey _
A. J. Miller, Chambersburg .
C. IL Davis, for Militia service 6 60
C. G. Maffit, $5; Wm. Mervine, $1.50; C. Looze,
$1.50:.J. Armstrong, $1.60; J. McClellan $1.50;
+Total, $513.60.) 11 00
W. D. Skudder $7 87f.. N. Trout 7 85
J. P. Cheetham 2 25 W. L. Herbert 200
Soldiers' Aid Society, New Milford, Pa.. per Rev.
W. U. Bowers -5 00
D. H. Hutcheson U. S. Hotel, Harrisburg 25 00
Per Eew. G. Peabody; J. C. F 500
Employees of Eeigel. Wies, & Ervin 135 80
Do. of L. B. &Co 23 00
George Watson, also, per Mr. Peabody 25 50
Employees of do. do 23 00
Turner "& Wayne, Perfumers 60 00
JOHN W. CLAGHORN, Treasurer.
Office, No. US South SEVENTH Street, Phila.
Other subscriptions and rernittaaces by snail, duly re
ceipted for and acknowledged in this paper. • It
112 r. TO SINGERS !—INAIIGUTUVI r ION
OF THE GREAT CENTRAL FAIR.—The Com
mittee having charge of the Inaugural Ceremonies Na
ring authorized the undersigned to collect and prepare
a Chorus for that occasion, and having obtained the ser
vices of the chorus of the Institution for the Blind,
would respectfully invite the co-operation of the mem
bers of the Handel and Haydn and Harmonia Societies,
and the different Church Choirs, to meet him on
THURSDAY EVENING, June 2d, at 8 o'clock, at MU
SICAL FUND HALL. The choruses to be rehearsed
are the 'Star-Spangled Banner," and a hymn com
posed expressly for the occasion, supported by a large
military band, under the leadership of Mr. Carl Sentz.
The participants will have an opportunity of witnessing,
the ceremonies incident to this occasion , together with.
the freedom of the buildings.
zny3l . . A. R. TAYLOR, Conductor.
popular LECTURE will be delivered In the city
of Camden,J, by_ DAVID PAUL BRO WN, Es.,
on TUESDAY EVENIG, 91st inst., at E. o'clock, in the
COURT HOUSE. Ae the Lecturer is so welt - known ,
and theohject for the benefit of the sick and wounded
soldiers, it is desirable to have a good attendance.
It* Chairman of the Committee of Arrangements.
DRESS AND MILLINERY DE
PARTMENT GREAT CENTRAL FAIR.
All persons having articles intended as donations to
the Dress and Millinery Department of the Fair will
please send them in at once to
MISS THOMPSON, Chalrnian,
1809 PINE Street,
Or to any of the Committee. my3l-3t
THIRD NATIONAL RANH Or
PHILADELPHIA, Fiscal Agent of the United
States. " •
NOTICE. —Under instructions from the 11. S. Trea
sury Department, this Bank will redeem, on and.
after WEDNESDAY, June Ist, the Coupons of the U.
S. per cent. • Treasury Notes, due June let. Proper
schedules can be bad on application at the Hank. Cott %
Pons must be detached from the notes in presence of an
officer or the Bank. R. OLENDINNING,
NOTICE.—TINE ANNUAL MEET.
ING of the Stockholders, and election for Pre
sident and Directors of the CONNECTING-RAILWAY
COMPANY, will be held at the °Mee of the Company,
on TUESDAY, the 14th day of Jane,lBft4, at 12 o'clock
noon. EDMUND SMITH, Secretary.
PHILADELPHIA, May 31, 1861 . my3l-tiel4
PHILADELPHIA SOCIETY FOR
PROMOTING AGIMCULTURE.—Jane meting
at Room, 326 WALNUT Street, on WEDNESDA.Y,I4,
at 11 o'clock A. M.
PANY. —A r E g n ed /nesting or tho Stock
holders is the Sontb a Ctlinfl
will be held at No. 413. WAERN P ETr Y e'et?! aliahlgan '
NESDAY, let day of June,
at 71 o'clock 47!.'f,1! mysi_2t.
AN ADJOURNED MEETING OF
THE LADIES' NATIONAL COVENANT will
be held at the COURT HOUSE, In MEDIA, Del. co., Pa.,
on WEDNESDAY next, Jane let, at 2 o'clock P. M. •
lt. ELLEN LEWIS, Secretary.
FUEL-SAVING SOCIETY OF THE
CITY AND LIBERTIES OF PHILADELPHIA.
—The Annual Meeting of the Society will ho bold at No.
109 North 2 ENTIRroot, 2d story, on THURSDAY, 2d
June, at ace. M4 l / 4 S-; B. W. BEESLEY. Secretary.
Elution for Officeiti Altd Mogen,
Egr . "... THE GREAT CENTRAL] FAIR.
TICKETS FOR OPENING OEREMONIES..O
SPASON TICKETS, NOT ADMITTING
TO THE OPENING CEREMONIES e 5
1323 CHESTNUT STREET.
On and after MONDAY, May 30,,at tho CONTINEN
TAL, and at PUGH'S, corner of SIXTH and CHEST-
J. B. 001 JED,
liar= • GEAT CENTRAL'', FAIR—COM
MITTRER ON STEAM RAILWAYS, LABOR,
AND IbCOMES.—The following contributions are
George 'Faber, Tretioror Harrisburg and Lan
Transportation Department Schuylkill and Sus
quehanna Railroad, per - 11.. W. Tracey, PaS
master 08 55
Transportation and Motive power Department,
Middle Division, Pensylvanla Railroad, per S.
D. Young, Superintendent 849 33
Maintenance or Way Department Pennsylvania.
Railroad, per W. H. Wilson, Chief Engineer,
Employees on Philadolphin division 41,276 00
Employees ou Middle division 1,630 76
Employees of Mining Department Little Schuyl
kill Navigation, Railroad, and Coal Company,
per John F. Blaudy, Superintendent 131 18
Total $8,977 01
Of this amount, the officers and employees of the
transportation, motive-power, and maintenance of way
department of the Pennsylvania Railroad, on the Phila
delphia and Middle divisions, have contributed
$5,1150 00—a noble record of their liberality. Those eon•
netted with the Pittsburg division have preferred to
give their subscriptions to the Pittsburg SI hitary Fair
for the same object. EDW. MILLER,
in y3l 4t Chairman.
ligr.THE RICHMOND PRISONERS.—
OFFICE ON THE U. S. A. GENERAL fICISPITAId,
DtvistoN No. I. ANNAroms, Mo., May 27, 1865.
To Dr. Ellerslie Wallace, Philadelphia :
MY DEAR Slit : I acknciwledge the receipt of the fol
lowing amounts from you to be applied to the benefit of
my patients iii this Hospital :
Fubscriptioos to "The Crutch" WS 00
26 Photographs sold 18 00
Contributions by various residents in Philada.. 221 00
Please to thank all who have so generously contributed_
to our asstance, and assure them that their charity shall
be well appropriated. lours, truly, . .
TABLE DEPARTMENT OF TILE.
LABOR, INCOME, AND REVENUE COll. ,OF,
THE GREAT CENTRAL FAIR acknowledge the iollotv-
Mg: Through Mrs. Mary Corson, of Springfield town
ship, for the Sanitary Fair, from an association. of six.
ladies a quantity of useful articles, consisting of star
light 'hoods, infants' mill children's braided sacks,
zephyr shawls and sacks, scarfs and slippers, to the
value of one hundred and fifty dollars ($150), the result
of their industry for a few weeks, from materials pur
chased with the sum of fifty-seven dollars and fifty
cents ($57.50), being funds collected for that 'purpose by
Mr. Caleb Heydrick, of Springfield township, Mont
gomery, county, Penna. Irs. E. W. RUTTER,
It Mrs. JOHN W. FuRNEY.
GREAT CENTRAL FAIR;
HORTICULTURAL AND FLORAL DEPARTMENT.
The Committee in charge of this Department respect
fully solicits contributions for either exhibition or sale,
at the Fair iu June next, of Fruit, Flowers, and Vege
Baskets of Flowers,
Garden Seats and Vases,
in Wort, Rustic Adornments of every kind, or any
thing of a rural or rustic character that does not strictly
belong to the Agricultural Department. --
Daily contributions of cut flowers, bouquets, designs.
baskets, Ae., so as to insure a constant and regular sup
ply during the Fair, will be very acceptable, and con
tributors will please arrange with the Chairman of the
Committee on Baskets, Designs, and Bouquets, Mr.
ROBERT RILVINGTON , Florist, LOCUST Street,near
Thirty- seventh, West Philadelphia, as to the days
on which their contributions will be required.
Dail contributions of Fruits and Vegetables,not only
for exhibition and sale, but also for the use of the Re
staurant, Will also be thankfully received. -
The time fixed for opening the Fair is the FIRST
TUESDAY IN JUNE NEXT, and it will continue two
weeks. All articles except cut flowers, fruit, and vege
tables must be received on before the preceding day.
Donations from the interim of tots State, and from
Delaware and New Jersey, can be forwarded by any
public conveyance free of freight, and should be dis
tinctly marked: "Great Central Fair, Logan Square,
Philadelphia, Horticultural Department. Care of .D.
.I?. King, 72.3 Chestnut street, PhiLadelphia. " "For
Sale" or For Exhibition," as may be desired. Bills
of lading - should, also be forwarded to the sane ad
D. RODNEY RING, Chairman of the Gentlemen's
Mrs. J. RHEA BARTON, Chairman of Ladies' Com
IW.GREAT CENTRAL EASEL—COX
MITTEE ON FINANCE AND DONATIONS.
PHILADELPHIA, May 27, 1864.
John DaHeti & Co
"Farnall & Trimble
Henry J. Williams
Delaware Division Canal Company
John Beylard,. Jr., of Philadelphia, now re
siding in Paris
American Fire Insurance Company
S. H. Carpenter
Mrs. S. H. Carpenter
Miss Emily B. Carpenter
011 Pin & Co
A Friend of the Cause
Prudent Casamajor, of St. Jago, Cabe
First Naiional Bank, Wrightsville, Pa
Carroll Lodge, No. la), of I. -0. of 0. F. of
THE CITIZENS' VOLUNTEER
HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION appeals to a gene
rous people to sustain them in their efforts to administer
relief to the noble men who have sacrificed. every home
comfort, ricked life and limb in the desperate conflict
with treason . ; who are determined to crush with the
iron heel of right the deep ingratitude of a misguided
and basely rebellious faction, and restore to its pristine
purity and beauty the Union of our noble sires, plant
upon every Southern hill-top onr liberty tree,and mois
ten its roots with their warm life-blood, or find a grave
beneath its soil.
Several thousand wounded in this contest have al
ready arrived among us,' and been received at this in
stitution; proper refreshment freely and. promptly
given, their festering wounds bathed. and dressed by
woman's tender band, and every want anticipated.
Donations of money, clothing, vegetables, proserves,
dried fruit, or any article beneficial to the afflicted,
will be cheerfully received,and may be sent to the Hos
pital, care of THOMAS L. GIFFORD, Secretary, or to
J. H. CLAYTON, Storekeeper.
The following members comprise the Finance Com
mittee, and would be glad to hear from- the friends of
• - • .
2011 N WILLIAMS, Office No. 6 Willing !s alley.
THOMAS T. TASKER, Sr., No. 16'.3 - .1 S. Fifthstreet.
FRANK BAIZE, at 31. Thomas & Sims, No. 139-S
SAMUEL BAYLE, Office of the Florence Sewing Ma
chine Company, Chestnut street, below Seventh.
CB AS. P. PEROT, Treasurer, S. E. corner Broad
and Christian streets.
Or any memberof the Board of Managers
Philadelphia, May 10, 1864.
OFFICE OF THE TREMONT COAL
COMPANY, No. 11 Washington Buildings, 274
South Third Street, Philadelphia, May 28, 1564.—The
certificates of stock of this company are now ready for
delivery, on application therefor at this office:
11W. NOTICE.—THE ANNEAL MEET
ING of the Stockholders of the PHILADELPHIA
STEAMSHIP DOCK COMPANY, for the election of Di
rectors, and ibe transaction of other business, will be
held at No. 126 North DELAWARE Avenue, second
floor, on MONDAY, June 6th 1861; at 13 o'clock noon.
ray3o-61 WM. DENNIS, Secretary'and Treas.
ST. ANDRE l'I"S SOCIETY.—A
meeting will be held on TUESDAY EVENING,
Mat instant, at 7y2 o'clock, in the CONINENTAL
HOTEL. Alembers will please attend without further
PROFRIATE religious serelces connocted with
the public recognition of the First, Second, and Central
Congregational Churches of this city, and the installa•
tion of Rev. 0. W. SMILEY, D. D., as pastor of the
Second Congregational Church, will , be held at the
ACADEBIY OF MUSIC, on WEDNESDAY next, June
ht, at 7% F. M.. . .
A sermon will be preached by the Rev. HENRY
WARD BEECHER. Other parts in the services have
been assigned to Rev. Drs. KIRK and STORE, of Bos
ton, Rev. Dr. BACON, of New Haven, Rev.-Dr. PAL
BIER, of Albany, Rev. Dr. TODD, of Pittsfield, and
A collection will be taken up. my2s-It.
REV. COL. G. MOODY. FIGHTING
Parson'or the West, will Lecture at the MU
SICAL FUND HALL on next TUESDAY EVENING,
May. 31, at S o'clock. Eubject—" Our Country. ' ' Ad
mission, 23 cents. Tickets may be had at the Methodist
Book Room, Fourth street, below Arch,or at the door on
the evening of the lecture. For the benefit of the Nine
teenth-street M. E. Church, E. T. KENNEY, pastor.
PIIILADRLPRIA, May 6 186.4.
The Directors have this day called in .➢
the final in
stalments to the Capital Stock of this Bank, payable
as follows: TEN DOLLARS PER SHARE, payable
on or before the 6th day of June next, and the remain
ing TEN DOLLARS. PER SHARE, payable on or be
fore the 6th day of July next.
my2B-8t J. W. TORREY, Cashier.
OFFICE OF THE METALLINE
LAND COMPANY OF LAKE SIIPERIOR.,_ .
Ma Y 16, 1564.
The Stated Annual Meeting of the Stockholders of the
METALLINE LAND COMPANY will be held at the
OFFICE OFTHE COMPANY, 324 WALNUT Street, on
MONDAY the 6th day of June next, at 12 a,
myl7-tie6 • F. K. WOMRATFI, Clerk.
W' RESOLIITE MINING COMPANY.—
The Annual Meeting of the Stockholders of the
RESOLUTE MINING COMPANY, of Lake Superior,
will be held at their Office, No. 32.1- WALNUT Street,
Philadelphia, on MONDAY, the sixth day of June next,
at 11 o'clock, A. M., for the Election of Directors and
other business. B. A. HOOPES, Secretary.
PIIILADELPHIA, May 21, 1864. my23-tie6
PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD CON.
ligß e - PANY-TREASIFICER'S DEPARTMENT, ?AMADEI,-
pmA, April 20, 1864.
NOTICE TO THE STOCKHOLDERS. —The Board of
Director's have this day declared a semi-annual dividend
of live per cent. on the capital stock of the Company,
clear of National and State taxes, payable on and after
!Slay 16, 1864.
Blank powers of attorney for collecting dividends can
be had at the Office of the Company, No. 238 Smith
Stock and Scrip certificates for the extra dividend will
be ready for delivery on and after May 2d, but no stock
or scrip certificates will be delivered between the 16tb
May and Ist Tune. - THOMAS T. FIRTH,
my2-lm ' Treasurer.
OFFICE WESTERN PENNSYLVA
NIA RAILROAD COMPANY. - •
PITILADELPHIA, May 20, 1804.
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS. —A special meeting of
the Stockholders of this Company will he held on
THURSDAY, the 16th day of JUDIE, 1864, at 1.1 o'clock
M. at the Office of the PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD
COMPANY, in Philadelphia, for the purpose of accept
ing or rejecting " An act relating to the Western Penn
sylvania Railroad Company, and for other purposes,
approved 27th April. 1864,"and, also to take action in
reference to a proposed increase of the Capital' Stock of
the Company. By order of the Board.
my24-18t JOSEPH LESLEY, Secretary.
irgr lIINIVEILSITY OF PENNSYLVA.•
NIA—(DEPARTMENT OF ARTS.—The final
examination of the Senior CiaSEI will be held in the fol
lowing order, beginning each day at 41'. M.
TUESDAY. 24th—By Professor Frazer, (Physical Ge-
TagiSDAY, 21th—By Professo r Allen, (7tero
phon 's liiPmorabili a. )
THURSDAY, 26th—By Professor ConpBe, (Interna
FRIDAY, 27th—By Professor Jackson, (Cicero do
Arn citia )
MONDAY, 30th—By the Provost, (Butler's Analogy.)
TUESDAI, 31st—By tbe Provost, (Political Economy.)
Secretary of the Faculty of ,Arts.
DIVIDEND NOTICE.-411(E Mc-
U VILLE, PETROLEUM ' COMPANY.
Office No. 4)1 WALNUT Street,
PHILADELPITIA, May 21th, 1884.
The Boer/ of Directors have this day declared the se
cond Inontbly Dividend of ONE PER CENT. on the
Capital Stock. payable at the Office of the. Company, ok.
and after itIONDAY, June 8th..1884.. The transfer books
will close . on Tuesday, May net, it 9 o'clock,' for Ave
days. . ILLT,Am - AtooNariy:
my 23 8t• SeOLClto.ri•—•
THE PRESS.-PHILADELPHIA; TUESDAY; MAY 31, 1864:
FOR SALE AT THE OFFICE,
HORAOE HOWARD FURNES'S,
B. A. VANDE4KIEFL
Surgeon D. S. Vol• in charge
Agricultural Iron Work,
4 4 Wire Work,
Foreign or Exotic Fruit,
' Garden Statuary, .
x 565,45 9 .67
A. E. BORIE, Chairxnan.
ALBERT B. ECKEL,
Secretary and Treasurer
GEORGE YOUNG, Secretary
NOTICE.—OFFICE HUCK MOUN
TAIN COAL COMPANY No. 320 WALNUT
Street, PHILADIMPIIIA, May M,
The Board Deave this day declared a Divi
dend of TEN PERCENT on the capital stock of the
Company, subject to National and State tax, payable
on and after the 16th proximo.
Ihe Transfer Books of the Company wilt be olosed
this day, and reopen on the 16th proximo.x
By order of the Board. X. U. TROTTER,
m y 26-6 tTreasurer.
lar. THE GREAT CENTRAL FAIR.—
Special Committee for fancy goods, watches,
jewelry, silver and plated Ware, earnestly request the
trade In this city to send in their contributions designed
for this department without delay, In order to complete
arrangements In season.
Invoices to accompany the goods, and directed to
J. E. CALDWELL, Chairman,
my27-at 822 CHESTNUT Street.
tar WAGNER .1f ER RI N, ESQ.,
delivers his Lecture on the 'REBELLION, at
the ACADEMY OF MUSIC, on TUESDAY EVENING.
3lst instant, for the benefit of the SANITARY FAIR.
Already 3,000 tickets sold. Secure your tickets at
_GOULD'S. in y2B. tit.
IIV VAMPIRE COPPER COMPANY—
PHILADELPHIA, ALLY 19, 1894,—The annual
meeting of the Stockholders of the Empire Copper Com
(ol'floi:alle24"IVIV)A;" t i r e
FR Y, the 9d day of June 1,994, at 4 o'clock :M.,
for the election of Directors.' and the transaction of
other business. J. E. McMULLEN,
lar CORN EXCHANGE, BANK. :
PHILADELPHIA, May.' MIL
The Directors have declared a Dividend of SE`;75 per
cent., payable on demand. clear of State and U. S. (3
per cent.) tax. J. W. TORREY,
107/ETNA MINING COMPANY.—TICE
—Annual Meeting of the Stulcholdere of the /Etna
Mining Company, of Lake Superior, will be hold at
their office, No. 321- WALNUT Street, on TUESDAY,
the Slot inst., at 11 o'clock. A. rir. for the election of
Directors, and the transaction of other' business.
B. A. 1106PES , SecretarY-
Philadelphia, May 14, 1864. my 16431
OFFICE OF TIIE AITIYGDAEOIE ,
MINING COMPANY OP LAKE SUPERIOR.
HILADIMPRIA, Map 14, 1563.
The stated Annual Meeting of the Stockholders of this
Company will he held on WEDNESDAY, June 1, at 12
o'clock M., at the office, No. 324 WALNUT Street. An
elect ion for Directors will take pi ItCe, to serve the Com
pany the ensuing year. P. R. WOMRATH,
. 4,981 79
far THE THIRD SEIIII-ANNUAL EI.
HIBITION of the EAST PENNSYLVANIA AG
RICULTURAL AND MECHANICAL SOCIETY will be
held at NORRISTOWN, on THURSDAY-, Jane 9, 1864,
The attention of Horsemen and the Manufacturers of
Agricultural Implements is particularly invited to this
Exhibition, as the facilities for display and sale are un
equalled by any other society in the State. By order.
myl2-18t WM. BEAN: Recording Secretary.
Ilar. PHILADELPHIA AND BOSTON
PHILADELPHIA, May 19, 1881:
• The annual meeting of the Stockholders of the Phila
delphia and - Boston Mining Company (of Lake Superior)
will be held at their Mice, No. 423 WALNUT Street,
Philadelphia, on FRIDAY, the 3d day of JUNE, 1864,
at 11 o'clock A. M., for the election of Directors and the
transaction of other business.
iy2o•tje3 J. S. MMULLIN, Secretary.
GIRARD MINING COMPANY OF
MICHIGAN.—The Annual Meeting of- tho
Stockholders of the .OIRARD MINING COMPANY, of
Michigan, will be held at their Office, No. 321
WALNUT Street, on TUESDAY, the seventh day of
June next, at n o'clock, A. M., for the Election of
Directors and other business.
B. A. HOOPES, Secretary.
PHILADELPIIIA, May 21. 1564. myl3-tje7
Iar7OFFICE OF THE LEHIGH( COAL
AND NAVIGATION COMPANY.
PHILADELPHIA, May 24, 1864.
A dividend of THREE PER CENT, being one dollar and
fifty cents per share on the' Capital Stock of the Compa
ny, has this day been declared by the Board of Mana
gers, payable on demand, clear of United States and
State taxes. EDWIN WALTER,
my2s-61 : Treasurer.
ciIIHEAD QUARTERS PROVOST MAR
SHAL FIRST DISTRICT, Pennsylvania:
WHEREAS, It is plainly for - .the interests of the
...people of each Ward to have stricken from the list
all names improperly enrolled, because an excess of
names increases the quota ; and it is equally, for the in
terest of each person enrolled to place upon the list all
persons liable ,to do military duty, because the greater
the number to be- drawn from the less the chances of
each individual ; therefoer,
The Board of Enrolment, upon apiilication,will strike
off the names or all persons now over 45 years of age,
all who are permanently disabled, all who have served
in the military or naval service two years during the
present war and been honorably discharged therefrom,
and will add to the list the names of all persons omit
ted or stricken off who are liable to do military duty,
all who have arrived at the age of D) years, all aliens
who have declared their intention of becoming citizens,
All other claims for exemption will be disposed of after
tho draft. WM, E. LEHMAN,
245 South THIRD Street,
Captain and Provost Marshal,
my2l-stuthtf. - • First District Penna.
HEADQUARTERS PROVOST MAR
SHAL'S OFFICE, SECOND DISTRICT OF PENN
SYLVANIA, No. 256 South Twelfth street,
Whereas, It is for the interest of the people of each
ward to Nave stricken from the list all names improperly
enrolled, becanse an excess of names increases the quo
ta: it is equally for the interest of each person enrolled
in a given ward to have placed upon the list all persons
liable to do military duty, because the greater the
number to be drawn from, the less the chance of each
individual to be drawn.
The Board of Enrolment will be In session daily, to
strike from the list all persons not liable to military
duty, and to enroll all persons whose names may have
been omitted, all persons who shall have-arrived at the
age of Twenty (20) before the draft, all persons dis•
charged from the military or naval service of the United
States who have not been in service two years during
the present war, and all Aliens who shall have de
clared their intentions to become citizens . of the United
States or who have held °glee under the General Go
It is hoped that the people will take such interest in
this matter as will enable the Board to make a complete
enrolment; EDWIN PALMER,
_ _ _
my73-tf Capt. and Provost Marsg;lejOnitti;l:.Pa.
4i adjourned meeting will be held on TUESDAY
EVENING, May 31, at the City Arsenal, at 8
. -- o'clock. Young men wishing to enlist in this
Battery for 100 days' service are invited to attend.
ar. HASTINGS, Captain.
FOR THE ARMY AND NAVY.
EVANS 8L ECA.SSALIL,
•418 ARCH- STEET,
Banners, Regimental and Company Flags, Swords,
Bashes, Belts, Pascants, Epoulets, Hats, Caps, Can
teens, Haversacks, Camp Bits, Field Glasses, Spurs,
and everything pertaining to the complete outfit of Army
and Navy Officers.
A liberal discount allowed to the trade. mylS-Im
FROTHINGHAM '& WELLS
HAVR FOR SALM,
HEAVY, MEDIUM, AND LIGHT SHEETINGS AND
HEAVY CANTON FLANNELS.
WASHINGTON AND VICTORY CAMBRICS AND
BROWN, BLEACHED, AND CORSET JEANS.
No. 12 WORSTED YARN, &a. se24if-tt
D, un LILLIE' S SO-CALLED BUR
LAE -PROOF SAFES EXPOSED, AND SHOWN
TO BE INSECURE. -
In the Evening Telegraph of April 16, 1664, Mr. C. C.
Saddler, agent foe' Lewis Lillie, of Troy, Yew York,
asserts that the- burglar-proof safes of the said Lewis
with his duodecagon lock, with his anti-micro
meter attachment, are the only ones that afford any
Protection to bankers and others who have valuables
which they wish to leave in them, and publishes a long
list of safes which have been opened by burglars and
his agents. Now I, David Evans, of the firm of Evans
& Watson, of the city of Philadelphia, to correct the
falthimpression made upon the mind of the public by
the said publication, as well as the representation of
the officers of some of our city banks, who, for some
reason, are inclined to lend themselves to the said-Sad
dler, and aid him in decrying the manufactures of their
own city for the benefit of this New York firm, make
the following statement. I offer to prove to any disin
terested persons that the so-called burglar-proof safes
can be opened by a skillful person in less time, with
less noise or chance of detection, than any other bur
glar-proof safe now in the market, thus showing that so
far from being the best,they are really the least reliable
- of any make of safes.
I now offer to open any safe sold by him as a bank or
burglar-proof safe in the city of Philadelphiaor State of
Pennsylvania, depending upon his patent chilled iron
and duodecagon lock, without snaking noise enough to
disturb any person sleeping inlthe adjoining room, in
from a half hour to six hours, according to the thick
ness or hardness of the door, and will give any' bank or
banker one hundred dollars for the privilege of opera
ting upon a first-class Lillie's Intrglar-proof safe, sold
prior to this time by the said C. C. Saddler or L. Lillie.
And in case I do not succeed in opening said safe, I will
"repair the safe as good as it was before I commenced
work upon it, the one hundred dollars to be paid before
I commence operations, and in ease of failure the said
one hundred dollars to be forfeited.
To prevent any misconstruction,-and prove the since
rity of my statements, I will now state the manner in
which !propose to operate. I first saw off the top of
the brass rim over the lock dial; I then drill a - hole
through the door, directly over the dial, as close as
Possible, and Immediately over the centre. I then in--
sert a piece of wire, about an eighth of an inch thick,
through the hole so drilled, turning the, knob of the
lock dial to the right until the pin enters the first tum
bler, when it will pass in about a quarter of an inch,
then turn the knob to the left till the pin passes into the
second tumbler, then to the right again till it passes
hrough the next tumbler, and in case of a large bank
safe, again to the left, until it passes into the last tum
bler.- I then throw the bolt, first pulling the pin out.
The public may see ono of those burglar-proof safes
drilled hs various places; and the lock opened in this
manner,by calling at the story of EVANS & WATSON,
No. 16 South FOURTH Street, where the - whole opera
tion will be fully explained, and the insecurity of these
my:3o-3t DAVID EVANS.
ASSISTANT TREASURER'S OFFICE,
PHILADELPHIA, May 30, Mt
Legal.tender five per cent. notes with coupons nude
(ached will be received at this Office in payment for sab
scriptions to the 10.40 Loan at the full amount of face and
June coupon. ARCH. MoDITYRE,
my3o-3t 5 Assistant Treasurer.
FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE SAITI
TART and CHRIST .AN COMMISSION I devote
the net proceeds of my SHAVING and HAIR-CUTTING
SALOON, on TUESDAY, May Slet, ]864.
My customers and the public generally are respect
fully invited to patronize me liberally on the day men
tioned. Respectfully, Cr P. GRAY,
414 and 10 SOUTH THIRD Street.
QAMUEL MAROT, DEALER IN LIME,
P'•- ) BUILDING STONE, and COAL. Yard, NINTH
Street, above Thompson, (west Buie.) Orders received
by 'William Marot, Jr. 811 Spring Garden street; Chas.
H. Marot, N N. Sixth et. (second story), and b. Marot,
4SI Chestnut et. (second story).
N. B.—An experienced Salesman wanted. my.3l-Ires
CA. RTES DE VISITE.-ALL WllO
v would have satisfactory Pictures of this popular
style should engage them of B. F. REIMER, at his new
and elegant Gallery, 624 ARCH Street. 10'
14EIMER'S COLORED PHOTO
-A-A) GRAPHS aro without a parallel in their line in
finish, style, accuracy, coloring, and popularity. Only
*1 for a splendid Likeness. SECOND St. ,above Green.*
YOUR ONLY CORRECT AND STRIK
ING Likenesses are B. F. REIMER'S superior
styles of life. size PHOTOGRAPHS in oil colors. - All who
see them admire them. Call- ARCH Street. -
H. B. BLANCHARD & CO„
Northeast corner THIRTEENTH and CHESTNUT Si,.
Harpete and Mattloga made and laid.
Bedding. Hair Mattresses, ato.
mliga•Sin Verandah Awnings.-
LARD OIL; F 0 R LUBRICATING
Wool and Machinery, for sale at the lo west market
price by IiTKR m
OT & STEEL, Manufacturers, 131. North
WAGON GREASE-500 PACKAGES,
fo• wagons and' heavy achinery for sale by
LDW. H. RO
LEY, .1.6 South DELAWARE Avenue.
T A.TOTIR OIL.-500 BASKETS LA-
A- , TOUR OLIVE OIL, now tainting froth brig " Lop.
/ F mt, " and for nal litrrt . iTCHE & LAVERGNE,
Wila -I sk . `2ogi and ROI- South. gum Street.
The New Book by the author of "The Lamplighter"
IS A GREAT SUCCESS,
New Edition ready to-day at all the Dooketores.
J. E. TILTON ct CO.,
DARING AND SUFFERIV, $1.25,
BEYOND TILE LINES, $1.2.5.
.tra - - Noticed in yesterday's "Press,'! for sale at
Wholesale itnd retail, by .
Publisher, Bookseller, anti Stationer,
1308 CESTNUT Street.
CHESTNUT. 1 3 CHALLENGE LIST OF I CHESTNUT.
GOOD OOKS FOR SUMMER READING.
.1k Marvel's SEVEN STORIES, WITH BASEMENT
(fail Hamilton's. STUMBLING BLOCKS.
Rosa Vertuer's WOODBURN—a Novel.
Trollope's SMALL HOUSE AT ALLINGTON.
llotnie,v' DARKNESS AND DAYLIGHT.
Mrs. Gas/rill's ST. OLA - yEs.
Edward.s , BARBARA'S HISTORY.
PonsmitoPs MARY LINDSAY.
Hanle Lee's ANNIE WARI,EIGH'S FORTUNES.
Anse Bradden's THREE TIMES DEAD. -
. THE OUTCASTS.
JOHN &ARGUMENT'S LEGACY.
Trowbridge's MARTIN MEBRiVALE.
NEIO O HBOR JA CKWOOD.
Kavanaugh's QUEEN MAD. -
Charles Reude's VERY HARD CASE.
Robinson's A WOMAN'S RANSOM.
SCHONBERG COTTA FAMILY.
" DA.NGERFIELD'S REST:.Or, Before the
" FAMILY PRIDE.: '
THE WOMAN IN BLACK.
Marion Harland's " HUSKS."
Stephens' WIFE'S SECRET.
LoNgfellow , B TALES OF THE WAYSIDE INN.
IV halter's IN WAR Ti ME.
0024411211 Parsou'.v COUNSEL AND COMFORT.
Capt. XoyeS , BIVOUAC AND BATTLE-FIELD.
Trollopes ORLF.Y FARM.
Wilkie Collins' NO NAME.
Mrs. Wood's EAST LYNNE, and other Novels.
Titeomb's "LETTERS TO THE JONESES. • '
Mrs. KortQW 8 LOST AND SAVED.
Miss Warner's THE OLD HELMET.
•• WIDE, WIDEWORLD.
./kMarues REVERIES OF A ,BAGHELOR..
" MY FARM AT EDGEWOOD.
s :Cut this out for reference,.and call for all now
books et ' CHALLEN'S,
Bookseller and Stationer.
JOHN CAMPBELL, :BOOKSELLER,
419 CHESTNUT STREET.
NOW READY, Catalogues of ANDREW WIGHT'S
LIBRARY, to be sold on June Gth, in New York. This
is one of the best libraries of scarce American Booker
ever collected in this country. It is very rich in books
printed by Frankliii, Bradford, Reinter, and other
early American printers also, in large paper and un
cut copies. The undersigned - will:attend the sale and
take bids. Several thousand dollars' worth of Bohn's
Libraries, from auction, for sale cheap. New and se,
cond-hand Law and Miscellaneous Books for sale.
Libraries purchased by 1- JOHN CAMPBELL.
TO THE LAWYERS OF PENNSYLVANIA:
_ - - - -
[COPY.) PHILAD6I.P.IIIAi May 24 1861.
Grant's Cases, the third volinne of which -lies just
been *sued from the press, are a valuable addition to
the :.regular reports of tile State. These volumes con
tain, for the most part, omitted cases froth the regular
reports, with dissenting opinions in important cases.
We think a laW library 1n this State is incomplete with
out these volumes. JAMES THOMPSON,
JOHN M. READ,
my3l-tit* • DANIEL: AGNEW. -
COAL AT COST!
EFFECTUAL - SYSTEM
461- BY AVOIDING ALL MIDDLE DEALERS 'ea
THE STOCK AND PRIVILEGE HOLDERS
BROAD MOUNTAIN MAMMOTH VEIN
,OFFICE, 1.21. SOUTH THIRD STREET,
OPPOSITE uIRAED BASK.
Subscription open for •
10,000 SHARES OF STOCK AT $lO EACH,
payable half on subscribing, and half on 2d August
next. Each Share entitles the holder to receive, for
20 years, entry year, _
TWO HEAVY TONS OF COAL, AT COST,
besides CASH DIVIDENDS FROM PROFITS.
Cost, tit present, $5.35 thet. heavy ton (2,240 lts.. ) de
//vend al the house in Philadelphia; while the Market
price n:S10, and over. This secures nearly 100 per cent,
dividend (Tern this item alone, to which a cash divi
dend is added ever) 0 months. Coal will be delivered
on a nd after let October next.
" The Company (commanding, in its mines, inexhausti
ble quantities of the bestnoal) sells further,
6,000 PRIVILEGE CERTIFICATES, at fLOSACH,
payable hal/ on subscribing, and half on 2d Angnst
next. Each Privilege Certificate entitles the holder tO
receive. for 10 !mare, every year,
FOUR HEAVY TOINS OP COAL, AT COST,
inclusive of ten per cent. of the market price in Phila
delphia, as compensation tor the Company. This makes
the cost, for Certificate holders, at present rates, $8.36
the heavy ton (2.240 lbs.), delivered at the house in
Philadelphia. At this rate, a saving of $14.60 on 4 lone
of coal for each certificate, or. in oilier words, a divi
dend of 146 per cent. on the investment, is realized, in
the first year, commencing let October next, and every
year t h ereafter,
The Company is constructing works on a very large
scale to mine and develop, under a Charter from 'this
State, one of the richest and best coal fields in Schuyl
kill county . , comprising the . MAMMOTH VEIN (White
Ash) and 'PRREE ACCORPA_NYING VEINS (White and
Red Ash), having, together, ,a Holiness of 42 feet, and
many thousands of feet in depth and length; being, in
deed, inexhaustible for all practical purposes.
Per circulars and subscription, apply early, as above.
tay2s-1m - HENRY SCHMOBLE, Treasurer.
TN THE ORPHANS' COURT FOR THE
CITY AND poNn
Estate of NANCY HONES INORTFI, Deceased,
The Auditor appointed by the Court to audit, settle,
and adjust the account of JAMES HORROCKS, Execu
tor of the estate of NANCY HONES WORTH, deceased,
and to report distribution of the balance in the hands of
accountant, will meet the parties interested for the pur
pose of his appointment, on TUESDAY, June 14, 1854, at
4 o'clock P. M., at his office ; No. 152 South FOURTH
Street, in the City of Philadelphia.
,myal-tuthsst WM. C. HANNIS, Auditor.
TN THE ORPHANS' 'COURT FOR THE
CITY AED_COITNTY OF PHILADELPHIA.
- - -
Estate of REBECCA Y. MORTON, Deceased.
The Auditor-appointed by the Court to audit, settle,
and adjust the — account of ROBERT P. MORTON, Ad
ministrator of the estate of Mrs. Rebecca P. Morton, de
ceased, and to - report distribution of the balance in the
hands of the accountant, will meet the parties in
terested for the purposes of his appointment, on MON
DAY, June 18, 1864, at 4 o'clock P. M., at his office, No.
3.52 South FOURTH Street, in the City of Philadelphia.
my3l-tuthstit E. SPENCER MILLER, Auditor.
OFFICE OF THE GIRARD ESTATE,
jp s.yrrrjjst Pilp . , e 9ELpyrrA., May,
PROPOSALS TO - LEASE GIRARD COAL LADS.
In compliance with'a resolution of the Select and Com
mon Councils of the Citv of Philadelphia, approved May
25, lEal, SEALED PROPOSALS will be received at this
Office until FRIDAY, June 10, 1861, at 3 o'clock P. 11E.,
to lease such part of the John Brady tract not heretofore
leased, the James Paschall and Nathan Beach tracts, in
the present form ofleasingthe afraid Coal Lands,except-
Ing that the parties shall covenant as lessees to pay -
of the market value oflamp coal as the same shall exist
at Port Carbon, and- for Chestnut at the same stand
ard and value: so, however, that the sum paid shall not
be less than twenty-five cents for each ton of coal mined
not Chestnut, and not less than ten cents for that; and of
other tracts on the same terms to such other persons as
may be accepted in accordance with the provisions of a
resolution to which this is a supplement, who shall pre
sent sufficient.evidence that he is a competent and skill
ful miner, and fully able to fulfil the covenants of the
Lease- Said Proposal's to - be opened in the presence of
the Committee on Girard Estate, and the Lease to be
awarded to the highest bidder. The acceptance of the
bidder to be determined only by- the execution of a lease
in writing. CHARLES S. SMITH,
my3l-tuthstjulo Superintendent Girard Estate.
MATTINGS ! MATTINGS I BEST
quality. all widths, fresh importations.
R. L. KNIGHT ar SON.
my9-lm 807 CHESTNUT Street.
FAMILY DYE COLORS.
(PAi.ENTED OCT. 13,1563.)
A SAVING OF SO PEE. CENT
BLACK FOR SILK.
DARK BLUE, LIGHT BLUR
CLARET BROWN, LIGHT BRO WN,
For Dyeing Silk, Woolen and Mixed Goods, : Shawls,
Scarfs, Dresses, Ribbons, Gloves, Bonnets, Ratr, Feath
ers, Kid Gloves, Children's Clothing, and all kinds of
DARK DRAB, LIGHT DRAB,
FAWN DRAB, -
LIGHT F4Wif DEAR, DARK GREra!,
• LIGHT GREED!,
For 25 cents yen can color as many sods as would
otherwise cost five times that snm. Various shades can
be produced from the same dye. The process is simple,
and any one can use the dye with perfect success. Di
rections in English, French, and German, inside of each
PINK, ROYAL PURPLE,
` SCARLET, SLATE,
For further information in Dyeing, and giving a per
fect knowledge what colors are best adapted to dve over
others (with many valuable recipes), purchase Howe &
Stevens' Treatise on Dyeing and Coloring. Sent by mail
on receipt of price -10 cents. klanrifactared by
HOWE & STEVENS,
260 BROADWAY, Boston.
For sale by drnggists and dealers generally.
TO FAMILIES RESIDING IN THE
Wo are prepared, as heretofore, to supply families
at - their Country Residences with every description of
FINE GROCERIES, TEAS, cto., &c.
ALBERT C. ROBERTS,
my3o-tf Corner ELEVENTH and VINE Sts.
THE UNDERSIGNED WOULD RE
spectfully inform the bereaved, who may need
his services, that he is: prepared to furnish the
Richardson' Premium Circular-ends Air-tight Cas
ket," by means of which, in our hands, he gmitrantees
the removal °Mho remains - of :the soldiers from their
graves on the battle-field (no matter how long interred),
to the family burial eventide; free of disagreeable odor,
or no charge for the Casket, at one-third less than the
metallic cases:. No advances on the latter,
B. 13:—Undertakers will he furnished at very . low
rates with Collins, Casos. and. Caskets, of every style and
size, as well as private families. ,
Embalming-attended, to by Messrs. BROWN Si
CO. in the most perfect manner, and to the entire satis
faction of thearties applying—or, no charge will be:
made — at the Branch Wilco, No. 221 South Eleventh
Street. JOHN GOOD Undertaker,
021 SPRUCE Street,and
221 South ELEVENTH Street
SPECTACLES TO SUIT ALL BIGHTS,
ARTIFICIAL HUMAN EYES
Inserted without pain, by
JAMES W. 'QUEEN dc CO.,
iny3lm 9214 'CHESTNUT Street.
ITEATON & DENCKLA, HARDWARE
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 507 COMMERO3
and 510 NORTH Streets, offer for sabot_
Anchor Brand Nails; Plymouth Mill Rivets.
W. & S. Butcher's Cast Steel; Ragle . Cabinet Locks.
Putnam's Horse Nails; Locke's School Slates.
Copper, Brass, and Iron Wire; Cotton Cards.
Also. a full aasnrttnent of American Hardware. felAmil
MATHEMATICAL ERUPTING IN
Cbesterman'e Meta Hie and Steel-tam Measurers.
For sale by JAMES W. QUEEN Sr CO.,
• 9201- CHESTNUT Street.
Priced and Illustrated Catalogues gratis. my:l-Ise
SODA ASH -200 CASKS MARSH'S
SODA ASH, vow landing and for sale li
O. W. CHURCHMAN,
my3o-ot. 32 South FRONT Street,
PERFUMED PARLOR 'MATCHES.-
Just received 26 additional cases of these celebrated
(klixander's) Matches, for sale to the trade only.
ar.77-Rm ROVITTE k RTIPTON. lit! k 150 N T1:11RD at
PA' MACHINERY OIL-50
bbls., in prime order ter stile by EDW. 11. ROW.
LEY, 16 South' DAL.KWARA Areaue, 11)2730.2v
MRS. SOUTIEWORTIV NEW BOOK
WILL BE PUBLISHED JUNE Mg.
E. D. E. N. SOUTHWORTH,
AUTHOR OF "THE FATAL MARRIAGE," "THE
LOST HEIRESS," "THE MISSING BRIDE,"
"THE CURSE OF CLIFTON," ETC.
"Take my title, take my wealth,
. Take my rank and jewels flue.
What taro I for rank Or wealth,
Since thou art mine, and I am thine?
The tale was brief; but oh, the.eorrow
It stabbed to that young, trustful heart!
' To• day a pearl:lust— What. to. morrow!
Will he over from my side depart?' "
It is published and for sale by
T. 13. PETERSON & BROS.,
306 CHESTNUT STREET, PHILADELPHIA
To whom all orders must come addressed.
A NEW BOOK, BY THE AUTHOR
OF "MARGARET MAITLAND,"
WILL BE PUBLISHED ON SATURDAY, JUNE 11.
Author of ," Margaret Maitlaid."
SELF-SACRIFICE. By the author of "Margaret
Maitland, ' ' is published by T. B. Peterson & Brothers,
306 CHESTNUT Street, Philadelphia, and is for sale
by all Booksellers and News Agents every where. Com
plete in one large duodecimo volume, bound in cloth,
for $1.50, or in one volume, paper cover, for $1.25.
ASP Booksellers, News Agents, and all others, will
please send on - their orders at once for what they may
want of either edition of the `Bridal Eve," or of
• ' Self-Sacrifice. "
Published and for sale at the Cheapest Publishing aud
Books°lling Establishments in this country, wkich is at
T. B. PETERSON & BROTHERS',
306 CHESTNUT St., Plfflada., Pa.,
To whom all orders must come addressed, and they will
receive immediate attention.
Copies of any of the above books will be sent to any
one free of postage, on remitting the price of the ones
wanted to T. B. Peterson & Brothers, in a letter.
For Sale by all Booksellers.
BOSTON, May, 1964-
135 WASHINGTON - Street.
The firm of TICKNOR & FIELDS was dissolved on
the 10th of April. 1564, by the dealt. of MI WILLIAM
The undersigned have formed a now copartnership,
retaining the entire interest of the late senior partner,
and will conduct the business from May Ist, 1564, under
the style of TICKNOR & FIELDS.
JAMES T. FIELDS,
HOWARD M. TICKNOR,
•my2S-31 JAMES R. OSGOOD.
TICKNOR & FIELDS
PUBLISH THIS DAY
TWO NEW BOOKS
STUMBLING BLOCKS. By GAIL HAMILTON, author
of "Country Living," etc. 1 vol. 16m0., cloth,
'bevelled:boards, red edges. 51.60-
CONTENTS. Thevats and th e /Its; The Fitness of
Things; Ordinances; Church Sittingi; A View Irma the
Pe•rcs; Prayer Meetings; The Proof of yonr Love;
Controversies; Amusements; God's Way; The Law of
Christ; Praying; Forgiveness; Error; Words without
THE MAINE WOODS. By lERNTer D. TROREA.W. au
thor of "Walden," etc. 1 vol. 16mo, cloth. $1,25.
CONTENTS. Ktaadn; Chesnncook; The Allegash and
Also, now ready, New Editions of
GAIL HAMILTON'S WRITINGS, viz:
COUNTRY mum. 1 vol. $1.50
GALA DAYS. 1 vol. $1.50.
THOREAU'S . WRITINGS, viz
WALDEN. 1 vol. $1.26. •
EXCURSIONS. 1 vol. $1.25.
9 WEEK ON THE CONCORD AND MERRIMACK
1 vol. $1.60.
sap- Either of the above works for sale at all book
stores, or sent post-paid to any addres.s on receipt of ad
vertieed price by the publishers. ..
'1'1013. - NOR t FIELDS,
rny2s.3t 135 'STABBING TON Street, Boston.
NEW DIEDICAE BOOKS.
LINDSAY & BLAKISTON publish this day—
FULLER ON RHEUMATISM, Rheumatic Gout, and.
Sciatica, their Pathology, Symptoms, and Treatment.
By Henry William Fuller, H. D., Cantab Fellow of the
Royal College of Physicians, London, Physician to St.
George's Hospital, &c, From the last London edition.
One volume, octavo.
BY FORD ON THE UTERUS. A Treatise on the
Chronic Inflammation and Displacement of the Unita
pregnatea Uterus. By W. H. Byford A. M., M. D..
Professor of Obstetrics, Sic., in the Chicago Medical
College. In one volume, octavo.
A large assortment always on hand, and for sale a
LINDSAY & BLAKISTON, Publishers,
mT3I No. :45 South SIXTH Street.
UNITED STATES COAST SURVEY
MAP.—United States Coast Survey Map of VW,
ginia,- By Prof. A. D. Bache, compiled, and corrected
to. May, 1554, showing the present movements of Gen.
Grant, in sheets and pocket form.
NEW. MAP OF THE UNITED STATES, showing all
the new States and Territories to the Pacific coast. By
Col. De Rosa, in sheets and pocket form.
NEW MAP OF ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY MILES
AROUND RICHMOND, showing the Fortifications,
Railroads, Towns, and the Battle Grounds of the Wil
derness and Spottsylvania Court House,
For sale, wholesale and retail, by
-- - W. S. Sr ALFRED MARTIEN,
my3l 606 CHESTNUT Street,
PRESIDENT LINCOLN. •
This fine steel-plate Engraving, from a recent Photo
graph, is the only large-size, full-length Portrait yet
published. and can only be obtained from the Publisher
or his authorized agents, at the low price of a 3 Per copy.
This flue Portrait will be sent by mail or express, free
of charge, on receipt of Retail Price.
Ai- Agents wanted in every county.
Address J. P. SKELLY, Sole Agent for Penna.
•Iny.s-tiattatutf ' 908 ARCH Street, Phila.
ASHMEAD & EVANS,
WILLIS P. HAZARD
724 CHESTNUT Street,
MRS. HOLMES' NEW NOVEL. DARKNESS AND
HAUNTED HEARTS. By author of "The Lamp
THE MAINE WOODS. .By Henry P. Thoreau, alai
thor of " Walden."
WAX FLOWERS. HOW TO MARE THEM. With
new methods of sheeting wax, &c. An exguisitebook.
STUMBLING BLOCKS. By Gail Hamilton.
POETRY OF THE. AGE OF FABLE. By Thomas
Bnltinch. On tinted paper, elegantly printed and il
IK MARVEL'S NEW BOOR. SEVEN STORIES,
WITH BASEMENT AND ATTIC.
BUSY• HANDS AND PATIENT HEARTS; Or, The
Blind Boy of Dresden and his Friends. One of the best
little story books yet issued.
-A NEW' MAP OF 150 MILES AROUND RICHMOND.
A fresh supply received this morning. mySS
'KEW WAR MAP!
GIVING ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY MILES
AROUND RICHMOND, and showing the Fortifications,
&c., surrounding it. Also, 200 miles around Natchez,
Miss. ; 100 miles around Chattanooga; 200 miles around
Montgomery; 100 miles around Augusta, Ga. ; 250 miles
around Charleston; 250 miles around Galveston, Texas,
and giving the surroundings of Memphis and Nashville.
Showing all the Railroads, Towns, Wagon Roads, and
the Battle-Ground of the Wilderness and. Spottsylvania
Court House, May 6-14, 1864. Price 50 cents.
For sale by WM. S. & ALFRED MARTIEN,
my2l • 606 CHESTNUT Street.
THE SUNBEAM STORIES,
-a- Containing the charming, bright stories of
TRAP TO CATCH A SUNBEAM,
CLOUD WITH SILVER LINING,
HOUSE ON THE ROCK,
ONLY, OLD JOLLIFFE, MERRY CHRISTMAS.
STAR IN . THE DESERT, &c.
Six beautiful volumes,illuetrated, $2.60.
WILLIS P. HAZARD, Publisher,
24 South - SIXTH Street.
APPLETON'S NEW AMERICAN
The Agency for this invaluable Library of Universal
Information is at 33 South SIXTH Street, second story.
Also, RECORD OF THE REBELLION - . By Frank
R D.-TO THE LAWYERS OF
Pennsylvania—l am now the Publisher of the 9
Volumes of GRANT'S CASES; the 3d volume will be
ready by the 14th inst. I have also a numerous collec
tion of Law and Miscellaneous Rooks for sale chew
mylo-1m JOHN CAMPBELL, 449 CHESTNUT p_.
FAME INSURAN •
No. 406 CITES
FIRE AND TEL
John W. Everman,
Robert B. Potter,
John Kessler, Jr.,
B. D. Woodruff,
Joseph D. Ellis.
ARDSON, Vice President.
Francis N. Buck,
Henry Lewis, I
0. W. Davis,
P. S. Justice
George A. West,
W. I. BLAYONARD, SeCNA
OPERA. (LASSES AND OFFICERS'
FIELD GLASSES. -
Microscopes lor Physicians and Students.
A very large assortment for sale by.
JAMES W. QUEEN & CO.,
• 034 CHESTNUT Street,
M ARSHAL'S SALE. -BY VIRTUE
of a writ of sale, by the Hon. JOHN CADWALA
DER, Judge of the District Court of the United States,
in and for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, in Ad
miralty, to me directed, will he sold at public sale to
the highest and best bidder for cash, at ISICEIEN ER'S
Store, No, 112 North FRONT Street, on WEDNES
DAY, June Bth, 1864, at 12 o'clock Df., the cargo of the
Schooner SWIFT. consisting of 44 bbie Fish, 2 bags of
Coffee, .2 boxes of Cotton Cards, and 1 keg of Nails.
U. S. !timbal E. U. of Pennsylvania.
Plultannquia, May 2,7, 1864. mY2B-6t,
A YOUNG MAN, HAVING A KNOW
ledge of Ilookkeerd. g, wants a Situatiori, Salary
moderate. Good reter.mee. Address "F. W.," Press
A LADY WITH SMALL INCOME
wishes to superintends gentleman's house. Ad
dress " Home." at this ollice.l ' ray3o-2t•.
with many years' experience, and practically an
qualified with the details of a large lilitl)..Tacturi nit Es
tablishment, buying come unoccupied Elio., i.'open for
On ENGAGEMENT, either temporary or permanent. Ad
dress "Accountant," 213 CHESTNU Slreet. my2S-6ti,
WO. Address Box WM Post Office. my3o-30Pa
S`ITUATION WANTED-BY A GEN
TLEMAN aged 2S, lately from Ireland; a good and
quick - writer, accountant, and correspondent. Can tar
nish tentirnonialx of character and integrity for the paid
twenty yearn. Has filled situation of clerk and Corr°.
opondont. Would accept of any situation in which he
can make himself useful. A knowledge of business
more an object than a largo salary. Address "J.
Clerk," Press office. iny3l tutlingt•
WANTED ON THE FIRST OF MIX
1r I Two or three SALESMEN in a Wholesale Clothing
House, that can influence trade. Address Box 21.11 Philadephia Post (Moo. myll-430
W ANT ED-A SITUATION BY
V A Yotrng Man to drive ri light wag)n. Addreatt
"B. 11. T.," Pres , * oft cc. lt*
IVANTED-A SITUATION IN A
T Wholesale Drug Store, by a Young MAW who
has bad three years' experience in the retail business.
Good reference given. Please address "11. ft.; ' Pkas.
Vi rANTED.—Two SA.LESMEN,
from July Brut.. Apply to EDMUND YARD SE
WANTED-BY A RESPECTABLE
V young married DIAN, who writes a fair hand, a
Situation in a Store, or some light employment, where
he could make himself generally useful. Does not ob
ject to going to the country. Please address "W. C.
this office. niy3-3t.
ANTE D- A LAD ABOUT 17
T T years of age, in an Importing House, to make
himself icenerally useful. Must write a good hand.
Addreas R. & C., " PreBs office. my2.4-tf
, 0_ Orl— ss. oß TWO AMOUNTS OF
ow each to LOAN on Mortgage for
5 years at 5 per cent. Apply to LEWIS Fl. REDNER,
Iny3o-3t * No. 152 South FOURTH Street.
. 4 %-A PRACTICAL YOUNG
.53,000. man desires a position in some establish
ed manufacturing or other business; would be willing
to invest or loan the above amount, Address for one
week, ' ' Permanent, " Box 1573, Post Office. iny2S-3t.
ogn MONTH !—I WANT AGENTS
vx._, A 'll. 11 EVER
LAST IA VlSlZ 3 o, h 'lnira g Ar vak i. Eßrand B
other articlee. Fifteen circulars sent/rec. Address
an3o-d&w3m JOHN F. LORD, Piddeford, Maine.
CAVALRY HORSES WANTED.
OFFICE OF CHIEF QUARTERMASTER,
WAFHINOTON, D. C. May IS, 1861.
THREE THOUSAND ( 3,000 ) HORSES WANTED.
ONE HUNDRED AND SIXTY-FIVE ($185) DOL
LARS Per head will he paid for all
delivered within the next thirty (30) days at the Go
vernment stables at Giesboro, D. G.
Said Horses to be sound in all particulars, not less
than five (5) nor more than nine (5) years old; from fif
teen to sixteen hands high, fall flesh, compactly
built, bridle wise, and of size sufficient for cavalry
These specifications will be strictly adhered to and
rigidly enforced in every particular.
Payment made on delivery of seven (7) and over.
JAMES A. EKIN,
iny2fi-lm Lt. Col: & C. Q. M. Cavalry Bureau.
ASSIST. QUARTERMASTER GENERAL'S OFFICE,
PHILADELPHIA, May 12, 1864.
irrill4 Horses suitable for CAVALRY SERVICE
will be pnrchaaed at this DEPOT by the undersigned, in
Open Market, from date until May Met,.in lots of eight
(I) to fifty (50),,f0r which one hundred and Sfty dol
lars (S1d0), will be paid in Certificate .of Indebtedness,
each Animal to be subject to the usual Government
Inipection before being accepted. -
Horses to be delivered to the Officer of the CAVALRY
BUREAU, at the WILLIAM PENN HOTEL, MARKET,
between Eighth and Ninth Streets.
By order of G. R. CROSM A "ff,
Assist. Q. At General.
CHARLES D. SCH.MIDT,
my 134.31 Capt., A. Q. M. -
SUMMER BOARDING CAN BE HAD
by applying to G. R. HINKLE, opposite the Post
Office , CHESTNUT HILL, Children not taken.
I.OARDIN G.-SEVERA I, SINGLE OR
-E." communicating Rooms, with Board, at 258 South
FOURTH Street. Nu children received. References
required. my 30-3 t.
BOARD. -A` GENTLEMAN RE
QUIRES comfortable Beard in a private French or
American family. State tertne. Address "F. W. R.
Press office. m930-3V'
FIR ST - CLASS BOARDING AND
-a- choice of delightful Rooms may be had by apply
ing early, 1123 GIRARD Street. my.3o-3r.
OARD.SINGLE ROOM VACANT,
-I- , No. 1315 WALNUT Street xery2S-6t*
This Hotel will be opened June Id. The house has
been put in thorough repair, and nearly two hundred
new and greatly-improved BATH HOUSES will be
ready for the accommod‘tion of guests.
Its capacity and each department will be equal, if not
superior, to any Hotel upon Cape Island.
Eirgfeld's Band has been secured for the season.
Address GEO. J. BOLTON,
Cape Island J
N. J. ;
Or J. H. DENYIBON,
my26-1m Merchants' Hotel, Phila.
SEA -SIDE HOUSE,
FOOT OF. PENNSYLVANIA AVENtO3
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
The undersigned informs his friends and former pa,
trons that his house is now open for the reception of
guests; have also a number of Rooms and a private
Parlor to rent in J. M. Whitall's cottage, opposite.
mylo-19t DAVID SCATTERGOOD.
CONGRESS HALL, CAPE ISLAND,
• NEW JERSEY.
This favorite Hotel 'will be opened forthe reception tti
guests on JUNE FIRST.
The House has been refurnished and thoroughly rend
rated. "Writing and Reading Rooms and a Telegrapl
Office have been added for the exclusive use of thi
The proprietor feels warranted in assuring the pnbli,
that, with the gentlemanly and competent officers st,
cored, each department
will be conducted to the entirt
satisfaction of the most fastidious.
Hassler's full Band, under the personal direction M
Mr. MARK HASSLER, has been engaged exclusively
for Congress Hall.
Any further information will be cheerfully given, by
addressing J. F. CARE,
COAL YARD FOR SALE, NINTH
Street (935). above POPLAR, having every facility
for doing a large business. my3l-6c.
FOR SALE.-A THREE-STORY
BRIM DWELLING and LOT, No. 720 North
BROAD Street, 20 feet front by 100 feat deep, with all the
modern conveniences. Apply to LEWIS IL REDNER,
my3o-3t* No. 152, South FOURTH. Street.
ETO RENT-BEAUTIFUL SUMMER
RESIDENCE, ten miles from the city, on Peri nsyl-
Valli& Railroad, near Station. SAIEL. T. FOX,.
my 3 -2
Ce FOR SALE—TWO DESIRABLE
w•-x RESIDENCES, situated on tocust street hear Broad ;
also, on Locust street above Fifteenth at sls ,so') and
$25,00). Apply to ROBERT MACGREGOR,
my 31 419 WALNUT Street.
el CHESTER COUNTY HOUSEAT
Jr.a L ANTIC CITY, N. J.—This private BOARDING
1101:ISE (always open for Boarders), is now fully ar
ranged for the accommodation of Summer visitors The
situation is'one of the best on - the Island, being in full
view of the Ocean, and near excellent bathing ground.
my3l-2m JACOB SEIM, Proprietor.
grA lIIIAIEDIATE POSSESSION OF
the meat modern Residence, 1015 MELON Street.
Price, W, SOO, clear. Call from 9to 3. Its
UWANTED TO PURCHASE—TWO
Dwellings in the iltorthwestern part of the city
—not more thans6jl3oo each. Also,a Dwelling in SIXTH
Willow Street, and. Green streets, not to cost
over $9, (00, Apply to E. TAYLOR,
my3o-31 141 North SIXTH Street.
ft CHESTER COUNT. Y-V.A.LIJABLE
—a—FARM, one mile from Court House, West Chester,
on a good road. Old fashioned stone mansion, stone
barn—nicely watered. `A portion woodland, and a por
tion meadow, fruit, &c. MIX acres of land. Price $llO
per acre. Terms easy. JAS. It. CUMMINS,
my3o-3t. Media Delaware county, Pa.
N.B.—Send for catalogue' of harms, containing prices.
eft TO EXOFTANGE—A SUPERIOR
—a— FARM of 116 Acres, twelve miles out?•. Central
Pennsylvania Railroad, and fronting on the Lancaster
Turnpike. E. tRTTIT,
my 30 92 T Street.
WINES AND LIQUORS.
BARRELS Y 0 UN GER'S ALE,
lu'a S. Ltme's Brewery, in jags,
In store, and for sale by
WILLIAM H. YEATON & CO.,
ap4 201 South FRONT Street.
10ri CASES PINET, CASTILLON, &
, a CO'S COGNAC BRANDY ` landing from b r ig
"Louis,'' from Bordeaux. For sale by
WILLIAM H. YEATON & CO.,
ap4 , 201 South FRONT Street.
Fla MISS M. A. BAKER,
111.• No. 1316 CHESTNUT STREET,
Has opened a lare assortment of
apIS-Sm* For the Spring and Summer of HU.
"COSTARS" RAT, ROACH, ANT,ttc
"16 years established in New York City.''
" Only infallible remedies known."
" Free from Poisons. "
"Not dangerous to the Unman Family."
"Rats come oat of their holes to die. "
WI - Sold by all Druggists everywhere.
Sir I ! I BEIVAAR 1 1 1 of all worthless imitations.
//ir Costar's"" Depot, No. 452 Broadway, N. Y.
Sir Sold by all Druggists, and by
DYOTT cC CO.,
No. 232 North SECOND Street,
ap2s-tntham Wholesale Agents.
JAMES S. EARLE, & SON,
Sl6 CHESTNUT STREET,• PHIL..,
Have now in store a very fine assortment of
of every character, of the
VERY BEST MANUFACTURE AND LATEST STYLES
OIL PAINTINGS, ENGRAVINGS,
apSD PICTURE AND PHOTOGRAPH FRAMES.
PERSONAL.-JEWELRY SENT BY
-A- MAIL FREE OF POSTAGE to any part of the united
States. on receipt of the following prices: Single-storm
imitation Diamond Ring, $1 Cluster imitation Diamond
Ring,s2,.; Heavy Plated Vest Chains, $ 1; Magnificent
Plain Ring, $1: Heavy Plain Rings (will stand the
strongest acid), 50 cents: Small Round Black Enameled
•Ear. Drops, 60 cents; Ileayd , Plated Black Enameled
Sleeve Buttons, 25 cents; eras' Pins. imitation die.-
mond, $1; Imitation Diamond Studs, $1; Bracelets, $l.;
Handsomelv-chased Medallions, $1; Complete Sets
Carbuncle Studs and Buttons, $1; Complete Sets Black
Enameled Studs and Buttons, with pearl setting, $1;
Fancy Watch Keys, 10 cents; Pen and Pencil, with ex.
tension case. $1; Ladles' Long-Geared and Chatelaine
Chains, $1; Chatelaine Pins $1; Genuine Gutta Percha
Chains, $11• Ladies' and Gents' Miniature Pius, for
likeness or hair, $1; Seal Rings, ill; Locket Rings, $2;
Coral Armlets, 50 cents. Direct to
ESTLIN & MANN,
my2S- 6 1 5 No. 916 RACE Street, Philadelphia.
MONUMENTS AND GRAVE.
STONES. —A large assortment of Grave-tones, of
various desigus,made of the finest Italian and. American
Warble constantly on band at the Mar;la Works at
ADAM 'STEINMETZ, RID Avenue, Eleventl
street.. rhiladelpl4%. 4.011-3*d,
FOR SALE AND TO LET.
NINTH and WILLOW
NEW CTIESTNUT-STREET THEATRE,
HARRY PEARSON'S BENEFIT
_ LAST APPEARANCE,.WEDNDY EVENING June Ist,
Litt.le Fat Gray Man" HARRY PEARSON.
(Arranged by Kopnitz.)
By a Gentleman Amateur..
(1118 first appearance. )
Dolly, with songs EFFIE_TEE3fObt
Robin Rough rad, with monger...PEARSON.
Box Sheet omn. my -2t•
GRAND PATRIOTIC ENTERTAIN
MEAT, at COllifiERT TIALT,, TO-NIGHT; for our
late Wounded Boldlp :F. Pbe WEST-PHILADELPHIA
nosPrrAL BAND arrr DIIR Hundred Youugreople
lunteer. Tickets, 25 Mt& 114`
DAN GREAT BROW
30P.R THE nAsom 1%4.
Tiara. SEPARATE EXIIFSTTIONS
Concentrated Latis one, for 4nly one mkt of admiaafcate..
STUD Or PEEFORAING ANT - NAT:S.
21 - nucATED , DABef NB, MA MOE and TiN - Cff HORSFS -
Ia IL French En irfi all and American ThorringhbrediO
EDUCATED MTMES, PONIES, and BUFFALOES.
Taught In a school I...new in this cirsntry, and performed!
by DAX RICE;
Assisted by his wife
tif,2r. DAN RICO.
"Her brat appearance in yablic,)
.and the celebrated DI nerrte ,
Profs. S. a. ATOICES and'IADY,
TE.III7PE OF ACTlria DOGS AND DIONKEYS,
From Astley'a AmnhithelArt and Sydenharn Palace,
London, and Cirrbre Napoleon, Atria.
The newest sensation frels across the water, and In
which Mr. RICE will he assia.led by the famous tutor of
beasts, Mr. HENRY CODE:E.
and mune-roue anal) iaries.
• OCEAN EQU comp Amy
Just returned from a mEostSTRuGt
brillifmt two-years crntse to
the seaports and capitals of South America and the An
tilles, and in which Mr. Rice will po aided by
Miss KATE 0111M.9 - ND
Mr. FERDINAND TOURISAIRE.
The Representative Equestrian Artilds of the Age.
and a full staff of Assistants.
This wonderful Triple Combination will be
EXHIBITED IN PHILADELPHIA
COMMENCING MONDAY. TUNE . O.
Under a Spacious Portable Pavilion, to be erected in the
REAR OF ACADEMY OF MUSIC.
.r' ADMISSION TO THFLWHOLE ONLY 25e. -Re
served seats 50e.
Doors open at 'Maud 7,V1 each day; commence at 2 and
SANITARY FAIR—EXTRA NOTICE.
The entire receipts of the first entertainment of
DAN RICE'S GREAT SHOW,
(MONDAY AFTERNOON, JUNE 6.)
V ithOnt Fair deduction for any expellee wit clever, are
DEVOTED TO THE SANITARY FA M.
In order that the contribution may be worthy of the
great caur , e ' and of the liberality of the patriotic. In
'florist, the free list will be suspended on that once ;
TUESDAY EVENING, May 31st. Grand varied
entertainment for the BENEFIT OF EL L..8A5C0.1113.
The performance will commence with the Feria-comic
drama of the MIDNIGHT WATCH.
After - which Yankee GREENLEAF will speak a piece.
Dutch Song, Mynheer Spnytenkriczcor. THE ROUGH .
DIAMOND. Ballad, by Mr. IRA PAINE A roaring
Ethiopian Interlnde,i -called THE STAGE-STRUCK
HERO. Messrs. Dixie, Slocum, and G. W. Charles.
To conclude with the laughable Sketch of the
CAAIPAIGN IN THE WILDERNESS.
MRS. JOHN DREW'S NEW &ROIL
FOURTH WEEK OF FRANK DREW,
MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESD AY, and THURSDAY
THE COMEDY OF ERRORS.
Dromio of Syracuse.... .... . ..... ........•.Frank Drew.
Dromio of Ephe.sas.. • ... ........ .. . . Stuart .Robson,
To conclude with. first time the
PIRATES OF THE SAVANNAH;
TIGER SLAYER OF .THE PRARIES.
Peter Pickle. . .. . .............. .... . ...Frank Drew.
Fabricio, the Tiger Slayer Barton Hill.
FRIDAY, BENEFIT OF FRANK DREW.
Doors open at 7%. Curtain rises at to a. my3a--.lt
DROVER'S CHESTNUT -STREET
LEONARD GROPER MANAGS3..
(Also of Grover 's Theatre; Washington, 1).C.)
THE COOLEST AND MOST COMFORTABLE TREATY-1
GROVER'S GREAT WASHINGTON COMPANY
Combined with GROVER'S PHILADELPHIA COM
Maki xi g it the beet Dramatic Cempany in America.
Music by the Grand Orchestra, directed by the great
maeetro, CHARLES KOPPITZ: . my27-ti
ACADEMY OF MUSIC.—HA-NCOCK
GRAMMAR SCHOOLS—Tableau and Musical En
ter tainm ent for benefit of the Sanitary Commission, on
THIIRSD AN Evening, Tune 2.
Birgfeld's Band in attendance.
Tickets do cents. Reserved'seats 50 cents. For sate at
Ashmead & Evans, 724 Chestnut. street, and at tha
door of the Academy on the evening -of the entertain
FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE GREAT
- 1 - CENTRAL FAIR.
Under the auspices of the Committee on importations.
CONSTANT GUILLOU will, on WEDNESDAY EVR
XING, June I, 155 t, repeat the _Lectors (so favorably re
ceived on its first delivery) on the
ISLAND OF CUBA,
her custom's, capital, peculiar soil, &c., at the Hatt
of the University of Pennsylvania, NINTH street, above
The illustrations are from Photographic Views, taken
on the spot, and exhibited through the unrivalled zee
dinm of the'
operated by Ren6 Guillou.
TICKETS 50 CENTS EACH.
May be secured on application to
Mrs_ J. F. FRX2P.B.
Chairman of Ladies' Committee,
1517 Walnut street..
Chairman of Gentlemen's Committee.
16 Bank street..
615 Walnut street.
725 Chestnut street.
REV.'COL.- Cr. MOODY, FIGHTER%
TUESDAY. EVENING- NEXT, May 31, at 8 o'clock P. X
" OUR COUNTRY
NVORTHY .. OF OUR MG-HEST
-- • .
'T is hoped the citizens of Philadelphia will give a
crowded honse to the noble Colonel, who fought so
bravely at the siege of Nashville, battle of Cedars, and
Stone liver. Tickets can be had at the Methodist Book
Rooms, Fourth, below Arch, or at the door, on the eve
ning of the Lectnre. For the benefit of the .Nineteenth
street M. E. Church Cmy2S-3t*l E. T. RENNY,Pastor.
PROF. FRED. A. ROESE'S LITE
RANT AND MUSICAL SOIREE, for the BENEFIT
OF THE GREAT. CENTRAL FAIR. Readings front
German classic authors interspersed With masks' '
formances by Messrs. 'Wolfssohn, Th. Kammerer, and
C. Schmitz, on TUESDAY, May :31st, at the Washington
Building, THIRD Street, above Spruce. Tickets, $1
each, may be had, with programmes, from Messrs. F.
Leypoldt, G. Andre & Co., and on the evening at the
Hall. To commence at S, o ' clock.
. - • - - - --- - • - • - . • .
Mx.ROESE takes great pleasure in announcing that
• HERR AUGUST KREESSMAN,
the distinguished interpreter of German song, who cre
ated such an impressive sensation at Mr. Wolfsohn's last
con cert, has kindly consented to sing on this occasion
several of his favorite pieces. my:3o-2t,*
NOW OPEN-THE FORTY-FIRST
1 ANNUAL EXHIBITION OF PAINTINGS AND
SCULPTURE, at the PENNSYLVANIA ACADEMY OP
THE FINE ARTS, CHESTNUT. Street, above Tenth.
Open from 9A. H. till 7 P. H., and from S till 10 In the
paLLADELPHIA COLLEGIATE 124-
-a- STITUTE FOR YOUNG LADIES, No. 1530 ARCH
Street Rev. CHAS. A. SMITH, D. D., E, CLAREND'i
&MITA', A. AC., Principals.
Ninth Year. Three Departments; Primary, Acade
mie, and Collegiate. Full college course in Classics,
Mathematics, higher English, and Natural Science. for
those who graduate. Modern Languages Music, Paint:
ing, and Elocution by the best masters. For circulars,
apply at the Institute, or address Boa 2611 P. 0., Phi
SELECT FAMILY BOAR - DIN
SCHOOL FOR YOUNG [EN AND BOYS, MOIJAT
JOY, Lancaster county, Penna. Session opens on Um
FIRST TUESDAY of Hay. For circulars, address
apl7-210 R. DIORRISON, Principal,
RELLE VU .E FEMALE INSTITIJTE
-L-• A BOARDING SCHOOL FOR GIRLS.
This Institution, beautifully and hen/thZuLly located,
in the northern hmits of ATTLEBOROUGH, Backs 0011E
ty, Penna., will commence its Springand &tinnier Tat a
on the 18th of FIFTH MONTH next, and continue tunes.
sion twelve weeks.
The course of instruction is thorough and complete 4,
:all the Elementary and higher branchei of an ENGLIb. - -
CLASSICAL AND MATHEMATICAL EDUCATIO3r.
The French Langnage is taught by a native French
Circulars, giving fall particulars, may be had on as..
plication to the Principals, Attleborongh P. 0., Busks
county, Penna. ISRAEL J. GRAHAMS,
JANE P. GRAHAME,
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST OR MISLAID-A PERPETUAL
POLICY OF 111 ST issued by the Trustee*
of the Fire Association to SAMUEL K. BYE, May 2.
1551, for &UM, and transferred to JOSEPH MoCLURI,
May 23, 1557. Any information thereof will be received
by WM. S. - FRICK,
my6-fmwl2t* No. 5231 North EIGHTH Street.
Woiti z DELIGHTFUL BUM
Lake Ontario, 'Saguenay River,
The Thousand Islands. Portland.,
The Rapids of St. Lawrence White Mountains,
River. Saratoga Springs,
Montreal,. &c., &c., &c.,
Quebec, dm., dm.
Tickets for the above Excursions, which have bees
so long and favorably known to the Philadelphia Pub.
lic, by various routes to Niagara Palls, for sale at tha.
PHILADELPHIA AND ELMIRA RAIROAD TICEBT.
OFFICE, northwest corner SIXTH and CHESTNUT
Streets, where full information will tin •
N. VAN HORN, Ticke - Ageat.
JOUR S. HILLES, General Agent,
THIRTEENTH and CALLOWHILL Streets.
TURTLE AND CLAM SOUP
up DAILY (Sundays e. A..r s excepted) by
JOHN SCOTT, GRADUATE OF
.the Royal Veterinary Collage, and member or
the Royal College of. Veterinary Surgeons. Office ixt
Hospital Department of his establishment, 466 YORK.
Avenue, above Noble, where carriages, &e.. for hire,
iny3o-Se ' '
islial Mf mt FOR ALBANY AND.
TROY—Via Delaware and Raritan. Ca
nal. —The barge MONTEREY, Danvers, master, is now
loading at the first wharf below Spruce street; and will
leave for the above points on WEDNESDAY, Jima lot,
at 6 P.M. For freight, which _will be taken at low rates..
apply to D. L. F LANAGAN, Agent.
my2S-9t! . No. 304 S. DELAWARE Avenue.
Omar) LADIES TRUSS AND BRADS
STORE—Conducted by Ladies, TWELFM
Street, first floor below Race. Every article in their
line elegant, easy, and correct in make. C. H. NBI
DLES, 'Proprietor, attends to Gentlemen, on the cornet
of TWELFTH sand RACE Streets. N. B.—Professionat
accuracy insured. . mi4-31:1111
MONEY TO ANY AMOUNT
LOANED upon Diamonds, Watches Jewel.
h Old P figalYs l h t od i t g o , an ‘"6 tet t e
and OAIKJLL Straom below Lombard aoll-Sm
THOMSON'S LONDON KITCH
ENER, OR EUROPEAN RANGE, for families,
hotels, or public institutions, in TWENTY DIF
FERENT SIZES. Also, Philadelphia Ranges,
Hot-air Furnaces, Portable Heaters, Lowdown Grates,
Flreboard Stoves, Bath Boilers, Stewhole Plates, Broil
ers, Cooking Stoves, &c., at wholesale and retail. by
CHASE,. SHARPE, & THOSON.
No. 200 N. SECON M D St reet.
WRITTEN AND VERBAL DE
SCRIPTIONS of Character, Constitution, and Ts.
AlLlent, with ADVICE on Business. Health, Educa
tion, Self-improvement, Management,and Train
ing of CHILDREN. social adaptAtion, Etc.. day
and evening, by JOHN L. CAREN.
Phrenologist and Bookseller,
mbl9-stuth No. MTh S. TENTH Street, above Cheetnnt.
j MRS. JAMES BETTS' CELE
BRATED su - PPoRTERs FOR LADIES, and.
the on y Supporters under eminent medical patronage.
Ladies and Physicians are respectfully-requested to call
only on Mrs. BETTS, at her residence, 1039 WALNUT .
Street, Phila., (to avoid counterfeits.) Thirty thousand
invalids have been advikmd by their physicians to use her
appliances. Those only are genuine bearing the United
States copyright; labels on the box, and signatnres. and
also on thOSupporters, with testimonials. Gaul-Wilma
p,RicK. PRESSES AND BRICK-
A-P MAKERW TOOT4 t S, $O9 South FIFTFL Stret.
taymbe 411: 3 -.RY.