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FITILAD ELFIUA. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 18G4.
U.TERESTI1.G FROM WASHINGTON.
EAST POINT OCCUPIED.
X2tc. Etc.. Etc.. aato., 23to.
WisiriKOTOJr, September 3. The people are
great!? excited here to-day over the glorious
news from Atlanta. Nothing else is thought of or
talked about. It ii believed In ofllclal circlet that
tbe Importance of Sherman's success is not fnlly
developed, and that be not only occupies Atlanta,
but has Indicted ajcmshlug defeat on Hood's
army, and now occupies East Toint, tho strong
bold in the rear of Atlanta, to which it was sap
posed Hood wouldretreat if com pelled toevacuate
The Secretary of War has decided that Attlcs-de-Camp
appointed nnder the act of July 17, 182
whether from the line of tho army or from clvl
life, be considered, from the fact of their appoint
tnent, as officers of volunteers asxiKned to duty
Which requires them to bo znountod, and as such
are enritlod daring tbe time they are employed
On such duty to receive under the abovo-mon
tioned act the pny, emoluments, and allowances
of cavalry officers of the same grade respectively
without the additional allowance of $21 pe
It has been decided that the bounties pro
Tided for by the act of July 4, ISf.l, for en
rolling and calling eat the national forces, though
referred in terms to volunteers alone who shall
enlist under calls which the Tresldent Is autho
rised to make, are yet made applicable to mon
enlisted in the regular forces by the Fifth Section
of Act July 29, 1801, which enacts that they shall
be entitled to the same bounties in every respect
as those allowed to volunteers. The bounties
thns authorized shall be paid la Instilments at
follows :- On being duly acceptod at depot $100,
on 'the expiration of elghtuen months' service
9 100, on the expiration of full term $100.
Examination of Rerrnlta.
With A view to a curui'ul examination of every
recruit, substitute, etc., received at tho general
rendezvous established for tho reception of
recruits, etc., before forwarding to regiments, in
order thnt all of thoso untlt for fluid
service may be discharged, as required
by ordoTS and regulations, tho Secretary
of AVar directs that the Surpcon-Cooural place
at each of the general rendezvous reforrcd to
as many ofllcers of the medical corps as may be
necessary to make the requisite examinations;
these medical cSllcers to be seloeted so as to glvo
Borne of tbe best talent of the medical corps for
the enpeclul purpose of examining recruits. Tho
Secretary f War also directs that, in future, com
' manders of troops in tho field discourage, as fur
'" as practicable, the discharge of enlisted men who
have passed the examination, for disability exist
ing at the time of entry Into service.
ntOM THE SHENANDOAH VALLEY,
Ttie Rehrlm Falling" Hark to Winchester.
Washington, September 3. Tho following
ofllclal despatch was received last night :
Tho enemy are on tho move doivu the vulloy,
jhliing back towards Winchester. General Ave
rill attacked aud drove Vaughn's cavalry from
some point north of Bunker Hill to within six
miles of Winchester, when bis advance was
stopped by a diviaiou of infantry. Averill cap
tured twenty wagons, two buttle flags, and a
number of prisoners, and a herd of cattle. Gene
ral Sheridan arrived hut night, with his whole
army, in pursuit.
FROM THE ARMY OF THE POTOXAC
Washington, Soptcmbcr 3. The latest In
formation from the Army of the Potomac is, that
nothing of note has transpired for some time
past Picket firing is indulged in ports of the
line at night, and almost entirely ceases during
A private named Chandler, of Battery K, 4th
United States Artillery, is to be hung to-day, for
THE UNION OF THE IlltlTISIl NORTH
Charlotte villi, P. K. I.. September 1.
The Convention was summoned to consider the
union of the three maritime provinces, but the
proposal of the Canadian Government is that the
whole of British North America, from Halifax to
the Kocky Mountains, shall be united in one
Federal Government, and under one Legislature.
The Canadian deputation has no otllcial stand
ing in the convention, Cauada having no interest
in the speciul question tor which the convention
was summoned. The Canadian deputies were,
however, soon after tneir arrival, invited to meet
the convention and present their views.
There have accordingly beeu several moctings,
and it is understood that the whole subject ot a
turgor confederation has been fully dlnciisHed.
Tuete meetings, however, have all been held with
closed doors, and the procecdiugs have not trans
pired. The delegates in the uteantimo are en
joying' the hospitalities of Charlottetown. The
Steamer Quren V ictoria awaits the conclusion of
the proceedings, when the Canadian deputation
will proceed ai roos the Straits, and, landing at
I'lctou. will make a tour through Nova Scotia
and New Brunswick.
Rejoicings over the Victory nt Atlanta.
Reading, Sept. 3. Quite an excitement pre
vails In Reading to-duy. The bells are ringing,
cannons are firing, and the people generally are
rrjokiiig over the victory at Atlanta.
Tho WlienabnaUef Jnra.
Niw Vohk, September 3. Mr. Homcro, the
Mexican Minister, emphatically denies that
Juarez has left or intends to leave Mexico, and
asserts that tbe Mexican Republic will yet be
Hnllinir of kiteauior.
New Yohk, September S. The Etna and Teu
tonia tailed for Europe to-day, with 10,000 in
Muller, the alleged murderer of Mr. Brlggs,
goes out In the lit mi.
Nailing; of Ibe "Heflu,"
Halifax, N. 8., September 3. The llnta
fcailtd for Boston this morning.
Market by Ttlerraub.
Kw York, September 3. Flour is dull, and
nominally SI, lower. Wheat dull, and 2$tc lower.
t oru nun, im Hujtt;. lower, rora Heavy auu lower.
e.a'uanu tt iijo. nvaj.
Kewipu Fiuur, M00 bbls.; Wheat, 7W0 bath.; Cora
New York, September 8. Storks are dull
C'lilcaufO and llwk J. land, U)'i ; Cumberland Preferred,
f'S, Michigan Boulliern, oVS ; do. guarantied, IPi;
J-w Yora Central, 1'A: Heading, Ufi1.; Hudson Klver,
LMX ; Canton Company, ast, , Krfe, Ion ; i mtj-y. ar erutl
eales, ; Treasury, 7 S-lUt', 111 ; Five-twenty Coupous,
ll"; so. leeislwed.lUtjCoupouee.llWj, i Goid.iM.
BALTiMoai, Septemlier 3. Flour firm ; salei
flwjobbn. Ohio .alia atllll'lli; aud too Libia, lloward
" superfine ai rj 00 Corn firm; while erarce at
i at. I'ruTuWua dull. Whisky dull and heavy at H od.
Con-uioa on tub Delaware. A collision
occurred las.iBM ontu, mUwt Hvef
steamer and a cUooMr opposite New Castle,
Delaware. Both bu. war. damaged, and two
men seriously injured. Thu .,.. ' ,
.ut.e-r. dieiat In. I'enn!, STfiffil '.'f!
re' - Bute of DeUwtul Tu, Cora r
r 'luert oa Mouday
II HOLMEauURO. About
' morning, a fire broka
Ached to the cotton
'id from a ratj-
"xsriily for two
The city of Atlanta contains aboet twenty thou
sand inhnriitantSjfivc thousand of which are com
posed of Rebel refugees and otlluluW, jvlio have
come thither Bince tho war began. Three maia
railroads diverge from it, viz. : tho road to Chat
tanooga, on tho north ; tho Ocorgi.i road running
east to Charleston, and tho road to the south,
which forks into that leading to Montgomery
and I'cnsacola, through Macon to Savannah.
The Importance of its capture can hardly be over
estimated, became of tlie valuable strategic posi
tion thus gained by the Union forces.
The campaign of General Sherman is one of
the most brilliant ones of the whole war. Start
ing from Chattanooga early in May, he has pushed
steadily on through the enemy's country, and,
opposed by General Jo;epli Johnston, to his ob
jective point, Atlunta, having traversed a dis
tance of one hundred and thirty-eight miles.
At every step bis advance was disputed by tho
foe. A severe battle was fought at Tunnel Hill,
which victory resulted in the capture ofDalton.
General Sherman then pushed on bis troops to
Home and Kingston, occupying them almost
before the Ileitis were aware of tho presence of
our troops. Next came Marietta, which was re
garded as the key of Atlanta, and as such it
proved to lie.
In tke early part of July, Ocneral Sherman
appeared in front of Atlanta, and cooly set to
work to take it by siege. At this time Gjn ral
Johnston was simcrsedcd bv General Hood, on
account of tbe ufssatisiuctiou with tho retreating
Mil icy which obtuined with the la' tor. General
lood at once took the offensive, but w.u unable
to deter Sherman from his pu rooBe. Again and
again he Hung his troops agaiust tbe besiegers,
out to no purpose.
There are many noticeable features of this cam
paign, one of which is the steadiness with which
Uenerul Sherman advanced after he bad once
started. Yet all the while he was lighting b.tttles,
defensive as well aa offensive, and sending out ex
peditions to cut Important lines of communication
and otherwise harass the enemy. On the otho r
band, the Rebels constantly retreated. The few
times thut they made a stand they were either
beaten In open ngnt, or competica ny a nautt
movement to leuve their chosen position.
The theatre at Farm a will open next season.
with William Tell, au opera forbidden under the
old ducal government.
The Marzl Brothers almost monopolize the
opera houses of Florence, managing three tbe
l'ergola, tbe 1'agliono, ana llio roiiteama.
Vm IHnmln has been nroduced at Baden.
with Madame Faureas "Zerliuu." A new opera,
The iMtut FUiuter, by M. I'rosper 1'ascul, lias also
At Vichy. Madame Ugalde has sung before
the Emperor Mupoleon und tho King of the
Hombay is added to the list of operatic fields
for aspiring singers. Onu Siguora Jackson has
been engaged tor the opera there.
La Grua is engaged for San Carlo, Naples, for
the season of Ibo4-o6.
Stigelli, the tenor, is engaged to sing "Faust"
Rubinstein, who, like Vinrdot, Clara Schu
mann, and others, pusses his Hummers at li.ideu
Baden, gives every Sunduy musical ma'ineci, to
which ai tints aud his frieuds come without any
Opera not having succeeded at the Porto St.
Martin theatre, the management has reverted to
its old system ol producing scuaaiion drauias.
At Boulogne sttr-Mer has been given a con
cert iu which Uotlesini and Adehua l'atti took
Monginl succeeded so finely in .-lima llilrna
at Madrid, that Cl itics say "lie brings hack the
times when angels sang" referring to Kubinl's
renowned perlnrmauce in that opera. Mongiai
Has also appcareu in uteiio.
Tamberlike was to make his d but In Madrid
this season in the rule of 1'uUutu, wuu Cinncliiu
roeli as J'aulinu.
The first ease under the new street music a"t
has bein brought by a citizen of London, who
i-uuj,iaiut:u ui sn xukiiun orguu-gnuur wuo per
sisted ill playing his organ w tien ho was required
to go away, ibe complainant .taej that the
noise ot tne organ interterea with the coiunosi
tion ot a letter he was writing to his landlord, and
although he waved his hand to the prisoner he
did not leave until he had descended to the street
and spoken to him but the magistrate was of
opinion mat tne uelay was occasioned by the de
feuuunl's ignorance of what the prosecutor meant,
aim to tie uismissea uie case-
INSURANCE AGAINST TEE CRAFT.
Col. WILLIAM II. MANN lias (creed to Insure a de
tain number of tin citizens of Twelfth Ward from Draft.
oa the paymtat of
It the Bounty Fund" of the Ward.
Tbe (,'onuulUe will meet at Alleghaala Ljoeum Rooms,
Kobls street above fourth, this (8 A I UBL)T) evening.
Bubscrlptloni can also be paid to (iEORGE M. SHOW
JiEJf, Urutislst, 8. W. ooruer FourUi and Jtoble streets.
rartiei who have not jet subscribed to the Bounty
FuEd are requested to do so at once. FIVE DOLLARS
Iron each enxWled olUsea will clear tiie Ward ot a Draft
wx ii ruMDS-MEi Aiic rLEarr.
Frerloct Committee! are re'ltitited to makertvma,
j CHAB. M. WAONEB, Praaideut.
i . t. B. UaLCS, Treasarr.
AND ITS SURROUNDINGS.
OF SHERMAN'S SPLENDID VICTORY.
EIGHTH WARD BOUNTY FUND.
V3U Tri0 Elvkth Ward l mil behind lt quota more
than fifty men. To ralte this number every
r.HUrn a the Ward mnit tend his bent vltortii.
KriTidti can be K"t to credit them-clve to tlte ward
only by the nerHOnal eertton ol each Individual Interested
in antKlia'lnu the requirement ol the dralt.
8utiiLr.pl.lon8 should be made at unee lor ttdi purpose,
and sent without delay to
J. O KOSF.SllARTEV.Treiniirer,
an'i' -tit S, E- comer HI. VI II and W.U.SI 1' Mtreetn.
19Gth REGIMENT PENNA. VOLUNTEERS.
TO ANY PERSON BRINGING A RECRUIT
FOR THIS REGIMENT.
No. (ill C1I12SNTJT SinKKT.
SUBSTITUTES AND ENROLLED
Are lnfoimrd tbat the arm of
JOHUPII aSc CO.
Have taken th Komi
No. 422 WALNUT STREET,
Lately occupied by th
CITIZENS' VOLUNTKEU SUBSTITUTE COMMITTEE,
Wher they wUI te pleatd to tMrninh ALIENS, VKTB-
HANH, or CONTBAKAND9, Hubitllutes Cur EN
KOLLKI ( ITIENH, atid will pay to 8ut)titta Uo
FOIt lUATt MEN, RITHSTITCTES, AND VO
Drallfd or Enrolled uteu will ) furuUhol with Bub-
titntes at i ioi t not Ire.
VoJuiticaii und Hubstltutfri wit) be paid the Ult'hoit
botn tit-n In cah an mon an nitntn d.
All partlN will be honuraiily dealt with at thli omce.
W. 1). HAVKNS.
Ko.llSS. HF.VKNTU Btrttt, Second Klr,
Koutn N. 10.
Asenti will be Hberally rald ati tt-6t
199th REGIMENT PA. VOLS.,
COL. A. A. I.ECIILF.It.
Men Mnstrrod and raid 4'tf immediately, tMH more
bfcfure lt-avlng camp, balance In fnstalmcnta.
Pay $16 Per Month Clothing and
Tho Bfglmenl Is encamped al CAMP CAUWaLADEB,
la oomforuhle quartirs.
1KIN T WAIT TO KB DRAFTED, but )"! tula Rail
ment, and leave your fumtllos weh provided lor.
HO DELAY IN FAYING THE BOUNTY 1
auM-tf VETERA OKKH'EKB.
HEADQL'AHTERS, No. Oil CIIESNUT 8T.
BIRNEY'S eH All PS HOOTERS,
AVOID TUB J'HAFT,
and enlist In a Corps of some tandiufr.
Authorized by the Oiiierul und Suite Uovernment.
MAJOK J. W. MOOItK,
UINETV-MNTII I'ES.VHVLVA VIA VOLU NTEEH8,
Is recruiting to till up fle Couipanh s In this city.
THE nH.IH ST llOI NTlErt GIVEN
Wot One, Two, or Three Yearn Men.
fall at once, at
No. m CHESNl'T S'pet,lHlow ftixm,
Ifyou want to Enlist.
MAJOR J. W. MOOUK
If prepared to puyproiopUjr
THE CITY AM WAKi) BOUNTY
Immediately on the mm taring o any man to hU Redolent.
U. W. IiAVIH,
JOS. P. TOBIAS,
II. H. WINEIIKKNNKR,
1. CAKKV L.K.
ALK. ll. JKSWIIP,
A.l. HONAKI )V,
l H KAbQ V ARTE RS PROVOST MAR
fl.Vi.l.nnt Jjiitxlct, l a.. No. 'Ui tt. XlUllL) fiuaat,
ypi'hiladtjlplila, Auftust II, lNr4.
it In Insure prompt replies to all questions on ordinary
snhjecU O'imectod with the Knrouuimt, lira ft, Ei.tjai
tion. l.lai)ims to .Orait, Cretins nd Aoruuuia of mi
furnUhsd, t'ltis.ns are requested to make appU-a Uoq to
the I'ruvost AlsrhU ol I ho ('utTt'iislonaJ DUtnst for sach
lsihruisiku, aad not to Lha Fruroat Marshsi-Oauatai ai
By order of the Provant Marshal-OpnAral.
WILLIAM K LKIIUAK,
anl2-tf Captain and 1'roror.t MttrbaJ.
BOUNTY FOR MARIN KS. WANTED
for Us IJalted Ataiaa Marine Cvrfie, abla-hodiod uwa
to nailorin tii duties of a sokilr at our Navy VarUa,
and od board Iniud Htatas aidui-of-war ou foroao
Jiettt-r compensation than tha army.
IHJfH LtiSUUfcl) IHjl.l.kK OOVFRKMCaTT
BOUhTYt also, ALL TUiC LOCAL B Of NT Hi paid
Marine's rfiva Frlra Money.
or ail fur ii. or luioriuativa aply at Ua Recruiting
No. 311 B. FRO XT Btreet, b low Bprua Suaai,
tretwaea lhuvuxs ot V aad Iu eiork.
O. O. M- CAWI.fcf,
antVtf Makr and iucxuhisk omoer.
llM O V A L. THOMAS M. l'LOWMAN,
Jl Carpenter and MnUdttr, has rt-moved Ms shop from
ho Mtitrawherry street to , t 'i OAK l R btreet, ad
tod mi Uie Old Post Orfloe ltmldin;. Having metouved
facilities lor carry in, ou the buInvhf axtvuilwl, lit hoiig
tv Xc(i Vl pulvliv paUyaagt, , J7
MKN. JOHN DUl.W'S NKW AUCU ST.
hinve MiintiKcr W. A ntKnr.ltU'KS.
Uubincsi Akt'nt uml Trfiiniror I'H. V. ML'Bl'ili .
(i i:siN(i Niuiir ok tut nkason.
WltS. .lOIIN DKKW as "LAIlV TKA.LK."
New lirop Cuilalii, Now Htem-ry, Nuvt Ducoratlons,
OMl KAVOItriKH AM) NKW FACE!
On bATI UKAY KVhMNtt, HvpiHmher liwJl,
Tl'tt irnormuin: will ciHumcmw Willi
NAIIONAb A1K.S JtV TUti OKLHKS1KA,
Ituriny wltkh the
NEW ACT WW
will ho exlilbitwd. 1o he l.Uowd by Sl.erMun'i brllllMt
Va uicdy ol
i lit; ntiiuiu run bua i au.
TAIY 1 KAI.E Mra. JOHN TItKW
Mia. Cundur Mr4. Thajrcr
(IUt nrt fti'ai'imce lor live ycara.)
Maria Mis E. Trice
J.Mtlv HnerrvM'M Mlii MomO
Hit I't-ii r l 'a.l- Mr. (irl'llihi
Htr OUvt r Huriacf Mr. WAIIi
t'lmrloh Hnrtjicr Mr. Juniei (..'anion
(I rum the houdoiiaml ln!lln Theutrci. Ills llrtt ainiear
anco in this city.)
Jofpli fliirfiicp Mr. Walter Tnnldnn
(1- roDi ihlo , New Vork, His tint apiiviuauce la 11 im
Mr. Crahtrcf Mr. Stuart Robton
Iienjainin Backbite Mr. M.trlwo
Mtf Mr. Krniik Fiun
(Krow the Button Thoaties. HIk drat appearance la tUU
rarrlo Mr. Tlobort Tralj?
ttnuke Mr. James Tavlor
Trip Mr. Illllyard
IdnM.-v Mr. smile
Hu Toi Bumper Mr. E. Marhlo
( lit tlr.-t aiM'.i'.ruiice lii UiJa city.)
Joseph's Servant Mr. Murray
(llu tlrnt it t -irauce la thin city.)
Lady RtiPi-rwelfn Hi rvmit Mr. Worth
LSelrctinnH from Yeidj ' "loue," by thi Orchestxa.
To uinielude with (he IiHtif.'hahle Kaicu of
TUE ICOl 'ill DIAMOND.
Margery Miss O. Jefferson
(Hit tlrit upprutance In this Thrntrn.)
Lady Thito Mrs. ii. H. irlillth
(ll'-r ttr-t ai'ii' ranee In Uis city.)
Sir William Eci:reen Mr. Taylor
Lord I'Iiih Mr. Wallls
Captitin Blt iiltrUn Mr. Craig
( oiihin.luc Stuart Jtobaon
aUoora oi'vii mi 7. (.'iirtuui rloes at T'(.
HCetl.K OF I'll ICtS.
DrPhsTln le and l'arniu t , 50 cenU
Het ured Peatit lb
On hetitia MailM $1
1'rivat lioxfN ii aid Pi
htot khoiders' lickcU d l.verud on and atler iiiiusday.
he hox OHIeewltl be open for the sale of Tickets and
Referred SeatH nt 10 A. M. u Thursday, rteptcratter 1.
The LetsM u hai gn at pleasure In informing the public
that fch Imn i.rfrt d en iit ments with
HTAKH OK THE Hits I' nHDEK Ot" DRAMATIC EX
t'El.lsKNCB, who w IU appear In the course ol tlie Season fl'
The great romantic, intiaicai, pantomimic, pectainlaf
Ai.AnhiK, pit Tin: wovnEitriTL lamp.
THE IJViNo KOI' NT I M OK UULOKEU WATKKfl,
AUihe New and Miiit-nicnt Bcrnry, Elegnnt Proper
tiesWomlvrt'iil .tiet, hu .fib t tost u nuts, N tart Mutt Trans
foiniiitions, dram. C!ri cm t licuuilfnl Miwic, liaucos,
Bmiis, Ac, Ac.
Kntnlly Murlrcc, Stitunt y Afternoon, at '2 o'clock. Ttr-
fOttllHIU.f SI '.Ii OClllr..
AUiuUfii u i,Oi intk; C't.i.drcn, 25 CeuU. iel-3t
XHSTFKT HALL -COMMKNCINU MON"
V.' lAi EENINi, nlW,
U.' i; . a.JK ONLY,
The ordinal and m.u
' 1 1 R V t t .S MINSTRELS,
And the wurid-l4iitiii inir Artist,
lit-, -if. ; CUUIHTY.
J. W. U SOI MaiiKtfer and TroprlBtor.
l irst fp)- a'aiKi h itiN city since their return rrotn
Enrpf. uOi r tin auM-n. uf teven years. AU tho nret
txttaa.n) rut., tti.iti t-nn, Ac, wliicii have made Uio
UttOlfl'I Illi-Il k MstMHlCH
AH EMILI H ." HOUSEHOLD WOUHH,
I will Ik- pto.liii i i lii'riii' ii-ir sojourn lur?.
J irn r. .iiiohui iliH h ,8TV MlNMTRELBaraaapnrlor
to mv rVili.-irl rrti :i'i n In exUtnc wiiieh cntihla
Ith- ut It i prtrtni in (i ftM,-i-i i manner the lunuors and oddl
HOt'TIM.I. ' t.ANTATION LIFE,
I In all Itt- tin ml i urisHi i . i:d orlKlual phdMis.
Ii'uilii-nliis ii. iumi i I AdmUskou, is Mnta.
Oi hi-iia m ..is in I. . ..jOcenta.
n.L lei i I' . P. HMITH, Bu4neHs AgnL
ft I, LAFMt'S MILITARY HALL,
. i. I.. Ill .reel
j iTototni i.m.li M wt'll-koowB Mietro, Is en-
j-at-td at ili.b i i I i or resort, as tlie Dlrcotcrof.
I'Muvfiii liu.l.t 1 1 h. very evnitit ultxloe selections
of lure o.ut- c .r .it. 1 1. tie audieiwu gruuuiuusly.
j ani1 IM
( MTllHilMi : THE CLANS.
VI m l "i i-IH OAME8.
ll.i'MV'l II vv . . M EH of the CAI.EDONrAV
'U Ti if I't'i1' i r c .i 1 1 celebrated at WASIUN.;.
'UN HKilO.r, DAY, 8fpUtnilr ilia ath, IwtL
taiklfuvv ih.-.i. ...a CadowUlil uts, at s,'a, lu,
IIS. I.:1. anti4 ii...k.
i u o.ii 1 1 i. t . . uta.
lukt-u t-Mi in; l h. J- n Oeonra MrCIement, No. fc'MJ
Chfnnt sirt-r't; JmI.ii lnoth. No. Market airaet ;
iieorv Oanluer. 8. taglitb strcut, helow i'asyunk road;
Wiiumuh oii.fcr.-n, hr., H.-Jfr N. Kirhih strtMt; laml
Mi lntyn-, Jom' alloy, lalow Htcond stroet; Jann'sOra
ham, Lointmrd itrt-ct, below KuUKtitii : Uanlt'l M. Hrown,
Lombard street, below Havantet utii ; V tlliun Huodifrass,
ltiiiK avenue and Willow strttut; V. 11. Johnson, N. bU
1'anhyunk load , Janu-i Nelson, Unrnn' (MIa'o, 8Uth and
tlinor stn-etti John Hyde, No. UMift N. Vetjoud struct:
Cl.itf William Kobb, No. lW Ellsworth street; hoooud
ChieMain, William Huihh, No. 1WU H. Hecond siruut;
Jtobart HamilU'D, Wlstar street, (iermantowu ; Anthony
HniK, Mlllstu-et.Oerinunt'own.ox from any of fie mui
bort ol the Club or ('oinnilitt u.
OH en rereivod tor tti ltnr up toTucsiUy, Auguit :10.
Be k i clairaU'd Brass aud tUrlny hand has been en
Knj-ed for the oecaslmi. Thu meutbers will inwt iu tho
t hili Room on Monday, September ft, at 71; o'clock. Hy
tinlerolHiet'Qi.-f. IM'NCAN WlilciUT, Rocrotnry.
William Muini, Treasurer. auiu7t
KENSINGTON HALT.. THIS POPULAR
place of Entertainment, Nos. lO-.rT and KWPOEKMAN
TOWI Arruueand Uul N. hECOND Hi re (enialllilted
years ago hy Mr. John Lips) , has been eulanwd aud
retiovsted, and nw possesses atirartloos utieaoeiied bf
any other eitabllxhrtK nt of the kind In the city.
A large and effluent Oruheatra, under taedlreetton of
I'n.t. K Losse, has bven eugaad, and a choke proiramma
ot Yoralaml lnstromentaJ Music will Im produced eitob
evMUug, free of expanse to the audience, 'i ha Concert
Boom is larita, airy, and eoinniodiuus, the reirel rauig
auHrior, aud tho attentanta pidite aud aruonnuodatmrf.
au lm ULNllY ilUUNUwU, 1'ioiivior.
T7&EK CONCERT B A LOON.
I The Mibirriher hat opened the large and commodious
oALOON , with atenslTe
. E. CORNER OF TRaWKT-n pTHEET A HU OIKAHU
aawl has entafe-ed a ftill On he.tra, unrler tt,e leadership of
PltOrKHbOK A. HKKffcL,
wfco will nltrblly pvrtoim a choice progtaiuma or Rational
uo other airs. a , ,
Asai.luasiu.tplar to pnii an av culng free of charyg,
tliropitator 1 (Utm.UM4 hla asUi'UAia"V lil not
JJAVE YOU CONSTANT PAIN AND
CKTAf:15E.SS AT THE TIT OF THE STOMACliy
Read the next column.
Have you Flatolcnce and Acidity?
Read tke next colnmn.
Have you Coil! veuebi and Loss of Appetite?
Iteud tho next column.
IIavc yon Gloom and Depression of Spirits?
ead the next co!nmn.
II are you IMarrhcca with Crlplng?
Uad the next column.
Have you Pain In all parts of Uie System?
Read the next column.
nave you Choking and Suflocatlon V
Read tha next column.
llavayoa Coniumptlvt Rymptomi and TAlpltatlon of
Read the next column.
Have you Cough, with Fhlojjin in the Throat?
Read the next column,
Have you Dimness of Vision and Headache?
Read tha next column.
Have yon ail or any of the foregoing symptoms?
Then read the great cures of Dyspepsia performed by
DE. WISHART'S DYSPEPSIA PILLS
AND FINE TREE TAR CORDIAL,
In the next column.
DON T FAIL TO READ THE KEXT COL VMS,.
A CUBE WARRANTED.
DYBPRPfUA HAS TUB rOLLOWIKO BYMPTOHS :
lt. A e a i tan t pain or aneiiinesi at the pit of the
Jd. KlatnUnre and acidity.
Sd. i ostlveness and Ioi s of appetite.
4th. Oloom and depress oo efatlritf,
6th. Dtarrhcea, with g r pli g.
6th. Pain In all pails or tha system.
7th. Consumptive symptoms and palpitation of the heart
fl.b. Cough, with pl leRm In the throat.
ftth. Nervous afTertlon and want of sleep at nltfht.
HHh. Lrps of appetite and vomiting.
llt. Dlriness, diratiPKi of vislmi and l s of s'ntit.
V2th. Htadsclio and fta spring In walking, with great
weak r. as.
Out of the thi'Uian-1 of cast of dpvpsla that have
used Dr. WUhart'a Oreat American Dyspepsia Til la, not
one of them has failed ef a perfect cam. We warrant a
cure In eery case, no matter If of twenty years stand
ing. Bold hy all druKK'H's averywhere, and at Dr.
WlBflART Bornce, No. 10 H. SECOND Htreet, 1'hliacel
phia, l"a. All examinations and consultations true of
Charge. Bend for a circular. Price 91 per box, Sent by
all, tret of charpe.on receipt of money.
This Is in rs rilfv that I had Ivannsia In the worst farm
for three yart. I whs trvntrd by seven of the b'st phy-
uians In Ainerka ; soni of them ware Professors ut Jef
trpm (Vilb fr, I'ltMadalphla, but they did me no fond. I
grew vnrse every month. 1 Would be taken at times witai
dreadful pMins In my bniat and steinacb so great was R
that 1 rf.uJd ntlther sit, lla, nor stand, but would rove about
frm one roota to another : nv frlands exDected to sett me
die, aa there appeared to te no relW tVr me. In thta hope-U-n
txndlilon I piaeed mvsalf tind?rlr. Wlfttaxt'S treat
iiont. and used hla medtcinea as directed.
1 his eay I am a well .an. and frr Uirae wi s I havo
been on my feet, and worktajr hard fY4n early mirn unul
eleven oN loak at nlivht. Dr. Wlnbart, I rive you this eer
U (Irate with a grateful heart, fa-ltnK It my duty to do so ;
yon may, and 1 want you to publish It to Uie world, that
every pfrtoti snm ring as I was, may bav tha benefit of
B-lnfr yoiu truly wonderful rvrmvllea. AU sick pwr-ns are
at lib' rty to rail and aoe me, or write to run. as 1 want to
render all Uie good 1 can to suflciinir humatdtv.
JAMKtt M. A.-Nirr.ui.
Overaw of Washlndnn Manufactwriuu Comnanr's
TVeavrtaji Room. Okuestr, N. .
DYHI KTHIA. DYHPM'KIA, DYKl'EI'MA.
Thl ! In rrt Ifv Ihatl tiiillarlnir kstvorolv u itl a IIaia
ralltd Dyspepsia, with mm h Ions of wefchl, mv att-nthn
wai itire'tfd to W 'Ishiirl s On-Ht American liysirpl:i 1'ills
s the r mnly. Iiavhuv within thn we Its tukitn elf-ven
Pills, ac online to the directions, I iimnd mvneif ntlrely
curt-d, anil for two weekn since my health Is greatly im
proed, and I can cat without fearof pain or tnconvt nf
vntr. 1 earnestly recommend them to all similarly
mulcted. Mr. M. U. THoMI'HONH.
Kb hmnnn street. Four doora below lun ger.
Dr. L. 0 ' WISMART'4 Ottlcc, Ko. 10 N. 8i:coND
I, John Lench, do certify thnt for four months past I was
attacked with acute dyspepsia; I was so severely handled
that 1 I'.ould do nothing but what it would till mo with
dreadful distress ; ray nervous system perfectly proa
tratt d ; my whole frame soon bemmo weak aud trenihiiiiK.
with a confuted r.olse and dizlm'M In the head, ft-Mowed
hy a palpitation of the heart and ceneral d bil:tvof tlte
whole body. Kverykindof medicine administered to mo
did uo tiood, until 1 w as advised to call ou Dr. WUhart and
place myself under his treatment. It Is now about nine
weeks t luce I commenced to use his DRpcpla Pills and
Pine Treo Tar Cordial, and I do truthfully and faithfully
say, that 1 am perfectly cured rf DsnepMs( and all other
disi'HheH arising therefrom, and 1 1 an eat thruu good lueal
every day, and feci well In every reaped. 1 am 7H yearn
ol nge,aiidlf It was nroexaijry, I rcol I could and would
shnuldfT my nun to defend the o it v fro in invasion by the
Rebels. All person sutler. ng wltti Hynpepila as I whi, are
at liberty to t all and neo iuo, lor I icul ll my duty to do atl I
the fcct-d I can for sutVcrliiK liunuuiiiy. I
.IOHX I.KNCII, I
No.l"! Foplar strcot, Phlhile'plii:i.
Dr. WIIIART'B Htoreaiid OfTice, .No. 10 S. HKCONU '
Ftn et. I'hlinf'.c:iihia. I'm. All e.MiuitiNikin and roii-uli,- 1
turn frteoi chaise, l'nt. $1 per box. Hunt by mail on
ricci) t ot moi.ey.
DYsrr.rsiA I dyspkphta t
Dr. WMwirt 1 have he n a mnsiant stitluror with Dys- '
pepsla tor the last tiKliteen ears, ihtring which time I can
not say that I ever cn.nyrd a periertly well day. Thure
were times when the &yiuptom were more a.ntfravated
than ut others, and then It seemed It would he a ureal io
litjf to die. I hud at all times an unph asant feetm In my
head, but latterly tny su'leringK so much ln remsed that I
heenme aliuobt unlit for bu minora of any kind; my mlud
was ecntiniially filled with iMoomy thoughts and forebod
ings, and If I att mpted t. ( liane th lr cum nt hy reading,
at once a sensation of Icy coldness la connexion with a
dead weight, as It were, rested upon my br.iin ; albo.a
feeling if hlckiie&s would occur at the stomach, and groat
pain to my eyes, accotupiinied w ith whleh was tho con
tinual fearof losing my reason. I also experienced great
lassitude, debility, nud nervousness, which mado It dtttl
ctilt to w alk by day or hloep at nllit. I bot'umo averse to
society, and tllspostd only to kiklUAlon, ana having trlud
the skill of a number of eminent physteluni of vurinuR
schools, finally enme. to the eonchihiou that, fur this disease
at my present age (4f years), there was no cure In exist
ence. Rut, through the Interference of Dlvlno Pruvldenoe
to whom I devoutly oiler my thanks, I at last found a sov
eietKn remedy In your Dyspepsia Pills and Tar Cordial
which seem to have eifcctually removed almost the last
trace of my long Urt of uilmetita and bad feelings, and iu
their pla heulth, pleasure, and contentment aro my
every day companions. JAM KM M. SA0NDKR3,
Ko. 4.VJ N. Hecond street, Philadtlihla,
Formerly of Woodbury, N. J.
Dr. WISH ART'S Office, No. 10 N. SECOND SUout,Plil
lndclpliia. DYBPEI'HlAt DYSPEPSIA 1
I, Hoses Tobln, of Cheltenham, Montgomery county
Pa., have suffered for niuro thmi one year everything but
death Itself, from that awful 1 Uet.se, called Dyspepsia. I
employed In that time five of Uie most eminent physicians
In Philadelphia. They did all they could for me with medi
cines and cut ping, but still I was no better. I then went
to the Pennsylvania irnlverolty In order to place mysalf In
reach of the best medical talents In the country, but their
medicines fulled to do me any good, and or, times I wished
fbr death to relieve me of my sufferings, but seeing Dr.
YVlsltart's advertisement iu tlie Philadelphia Bulletin, I de
termined to try once moro, but with little faith. I called
on Dr. Wishart, and told him If I could have died I would
not have troubled him, and then related my suflTcruus
to him. The Dr. sutured me If ho failed to cute mo of
Dyspepsia, It would be tlie first case In two years, so I put
myself under his treatment, and although X had been for
months vomiting nearly avvrvtMng I ate, my stomach
swollen with wind, aud tilled w ith pain beyond description,
I bomJit a box of hla DyKpupsI Pills, I used them as di
rected, and In ten days 1 could eut as hearty a meal as any
person In the Btate of l'eitn Ivan la, and In thirty days was
a well man. 1 Invite any person suffering as I was to call
and see me, and I will relate my suffering and Uie great
cure I received. 1 would say to all Dyspeptics, everywhere,
Hiat Dr. Wishart Is, I believe, the only person on Uie earth
that can cure Dyspepsia with any degreo of certainty.
Cheltenham, MontKowury Co., Pa
A PDBIT1VE CURB FOR DYSl'EPHlA.
HEAR WHAT AIR. .IOHV II. RAIK OCK BAY'S,
No. Itrgs OLIVE Hlrtet, (
Philadelphia, January 'Jd, lHt3, (
Dr. Wishart Sir: It la with much pleasure that I am
now able to inform yon that, by the use of your great
Amerlcuu Dytpepsla Pills, I have been entirely cured of
Uml mon distressing complaint, Dyspepsia. I had been
grievously aftilcted for the last twenty -eb-ht years, and fbr
ten yeais of that time have not been fred from Its pain
una week at a time. I have had It In Its womt form, and
have dragged on a m'Jst miserable existence In pain day
aiidultht. Every kind of food Uat lute nllwi me with
wind and pain, It mattered not how llht, or how small the
quantity. A continued belching was sure to follow. I had
no appetite for any kind of meats whatever, mid my dis
tress was so gieut tor several mouths before I heard of
your Pills, thut I frequently w ished for death. I had taken
verytbli.g that I had h aid of lor Dyspopaia, without re
ceiving any benefit; but on your PI1U being recommended
to me by one w ho bad been cured by them, I concluded to
give them a trial, although 1 bad no lanh in them. To say
utter astonishment, Ifound myself getting better before I
had takcu oue-tourth of a box, and, after taking half a bos
I am m veil matttemt can eat anything vitiA, and enjoy a
hearty meal three times a day, without lucouveulence from
any (hli gl eat or drluk. Ifyou think propur, you are at
llburty lo muke this public and rrfer to me. I will cheer
fully give all dctdrablc Information to auy one who may call
ou me. Yours, respectfully, JO IIS H. RAUCOCKU
Korsalo at Dr. WINIIAKT 8 MMleal Depot, No. 10 X,
HEtONlt hi real, Phllad liJiia, l'a. Price one dollar par
box. Bent by mall, fret; ol charge, on receipt of price.
DYSPEPSIA! DYHPKPHI A I
I, Samuel D. llavtu, have been a great sufferer with
chronic dyspepsia and In damnation of the kidneys for
three years. 1 employed three or four of the most eminent
physicians of Philadelphia, also of Burlington county,
New Jersey. They did all for me they could, but all to no
purpose. I was constantly filled with awful patu and dis
tress, and constant belching of windatif sonracld.
lly toiiKTiewa covered w II h .white coaling- of mucus
uuttl it craoked lu larife furrows, and was dreadfully gore 1
Oh 1 1 offtliues wished Tor douth to relieve uie of my surfer
lugs, for i bad lost all hope of ,vr being well again. I
made II subject of prayer to God that he would direct
ine to some physician or tucdlclue that would cure me. I
was told to read an advertisement af Dr. Wl. hart's. In the
Fhlladt-lphla "Ledger," of a great cure made upon af r. John
llabcock, of Ko. 1028 Olive street, 1'hiladelphia, by Hie
gnat American pyspeptta fills. I went to Ike Doctor's
office, and placed myself under his treatment, and told him
If he failed to cure me. It would be tlie la.t effort I w.uld
make. It has buen six weeks .Inoe I commenced the use
of his medicine, and I am now a well man, free from all
pain and distress, aud can eat thro, hearty meals a day
with comfort and feel perfectly well. Dr. Wishart, I want
you to publlhh my case, as 1 want every poor dyapeptlo,
s.derlng as I was, to call on m, and I will tell them of
tke great cure I have received from your Invaluable medi
cine. BAMl'Et, D. HAVEkT,
Corner of Venango and Lainlert st reels, near Hlchmond
treat, fcrmerly from Wrlglitstown, Hurllogton county,
Dr. rVUtlUkT SOmee.Jlo. 10 N. SECOND Street. -The
above are a lew among Uie thousand, whlek this
grat remedy has saved from an untimely grave. We
nav. hundreds of letter, from pby.lclans and druggists In
aO parti of the oouauy, saying that th.y never prescribed
c told amidkiue which nave uk universal satisfaction.
Dr. Wishart 'i Flue Tree Tar Cordial aud Dyspepsia Pills
re told by DrmgUls veiwhtr. B3
UKEN OF BEAUTY. WHITE VIHOD
Wax of Antinaa la the mnat ertv-t raparafw.n i
Uia age, for brentirylne, whitening, and praaerTiac so M
cnnirxlr.n. It Is made rWni pure White Wai, bane H
eitrawllnary qaamJ-s for praacrring she skin, aaaUaff
soft, smooth, fair, and transparent. It aoree ha?p (
bands or Bps, rwiiM phnpts, , Frloe 80 and .V) eU .
Mmnafartnrcd oar hy HI NT CO., PerrvnMrre, M
No.ii s. iiotrrn t
nt i dnore annre rhevaet, as-
He. uu a. HKTKHTH w
TRU8RRS. BRACKS AO
ikiifiiitr ad ib tad hr ( II. Kr.RDLKA.ee
of 1 WrTLrtH and fcACB Btrtwu. L4te
Itfjartmnt tor same, endot4 by ladtei.
TWELFTH Htreet, first door belw Eao
The most ootnplnte and vaiind strmk oi
hand, eefislatlng. In part, of Trusses, Htionnrtars, RbnalO
ltraAa, Belts, Handajtas. KiasUa fltooUnge, Itrrineet
A rU lea for Wursery , Hick Room , Ac ie,V-.a
4Ttem VHILADKlsPniA SUROBONfit' M
'JJStB, PAVHAOK lHTITUTF No, 1
NINTH Btres-t, srvyve Market. Rojtwae
radically enred hy H, ( KVfcKKTT'H premlem faann
Oraduatina Pi-assure Trnn, Huortnf Kiastle Bate
Eiaue Htocklnga.Hepportere. B bo aider Braeee, Bnayessi
ortt's. (Vnirhan. Ac.
Mdta attandi-d by Mrs B. C. tvr.Bf.TT. asyMy 1
K ARTIFICIAL HAND
H. A. tiri.KKA,
TnTntor and ManuCartarer of the
ARTIFICIAL A k X,
Approred and adopt4
HUBOEON-OENKRAL Or TUB PNITKD STATU
Has aarmanantly lneated his Office and Faettwr at We. Ill
fi. F lUltlU BUeat, sU doors below Bprwce, rtuiada.
WKALTH. HEALTH. AND
If to gain admlrtag ayes:
If to canse Invidious slahsj f
If to be a blnomlna dower,
l ading, dylag In an hour Baat'TT t
I r have a host of Meads;
If for vice to ma e amends ; (
If with hlvh lKrn b'oml to wed ;
If a marbk stone wbi-n deal WaaxTBl
If to IWe thn-esccr1 and ten,
Wishing li e as long ajralnt !
It to IWe a life ol peace;
U to die and go to yrrai FIbilthI
If ynn wish a life of pleas nrs ;
Ifyou value tbis world a treasures;
ICnariiAinlnit vnii wiinlrl ss
Take my advice, and wish aii (Ares.
Tben. baring Health, Wealth, and Deadly.
You'll be prepared for every duty.
Ttrarsrrftilpfntial of Ir. WIT.MAM YOtrWB Kew
Botk, TDK MAKKIAi.K fll'IDK, wblfh sttould be read
by every one. 8oJd by Itooksellrs generally, ant at tbe
iMxtor s office, Mo. tl 81'tUCK THBKT price U.
ecnta. au& tf
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AMAItlTAN M UlVtt ,T
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UONOHHIItKA, ULRRT, BTRIOTUHKfl, y
Contains no Mltifral, no HalMam, no Mereury. v
Only ten pills 10 be iaki-n U eih-ct a cure. t
Cure In from two to foer dttys.aiid recent eases ll
'twf ntv-foar hours.' Inii.ard by a graduate of tbe
Vi.ivtrnlty of I'annsylvaiilrt, one of the uioat emlneut
l)o tors and Cliemlsis of tle pret'iit day. '
NO rSI'itJri!K. K TKiU'ltl K, NO ('HA'R WHATBVKR.
l et those who havp iletf ilrcd of sottlnu cured, or who I
nave been gorgtd with lla Is am Oopalva, or Mercury, at '
ouce try I La
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Rent by mail In a plain envelope
1'rlce, male packages, Fomale, ft. ''
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R YPIULlf t K l Nl.lfKAL MHKAHKH, the RA A
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suiter, tlie KUOT AND lll.Uil .TUH'KS most haitilly
adapted, In IMreratcri I'tt rns, In Le ucorrho-'ii. In twarlng
down, Kal Iok of the Womb, Debility, and for all complain la
Incident to tha M'X.
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Is, In cases of Ryphllls, used In coiuwflnn with the Root
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The rftU ult of the-o retnedtas la alike acknowledged by
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H tales llottplials, (but restotlng healtb to many of our
atroiu lite lultltnoro "Hunr" .
WHAT TIIE Sl litsF.OSa RAT OF THE . I
SAMAItlTAN'K HRMEIH Brt :
'Tobt Hd-iKirAi., Kmr M uswi,t, '
litUiiTimre. Md , Feb. 20, IttM.
"I have crcat satlsfm nun iu b atUia bbut I have a 84
7A tStitnattton li'incdi,n for Venereal Disease In Itfl
n.ost customary forms ; ibot 1 have used them with lndg
nient, dUeretlun, and pioperty, and have found them
respond to my anticipations promptly aud eitactuaily.
Knowing their coiniiositloH, 1 htive tlie fullest contblunoe
In their ertlcHcy, and as fi.r as my use of the in extends, I
rcooDiuiend tbeui stiongly. I
"ALFHED C. BOWEHfl, "
"Asshtant-Rurgeon bth New York VoIb.,
Let tt be underHtood that tlieHe rmedlpa are aa reeoaf
nciuUd.aiul will positively cure the diseases for wbldl
thev are ot) tired,
bolu by R. C. ITPHAMi
Ko.?AS. Kit. HTH Street
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Aei-rtala ture for all itirme of Venereal l)lwam I'sed
la ih. European Hospitals, aua the aruuw sluousbout
Kurpe and Aouerloa. . , ....
This preparation has n eiiual as an eradlcalor of ttfs.
form of disease, and strengthens the coostltuUon nenerally.
H will cure all Bores, Bpots, I'linpl.s, Tutlers, or any
erupUous, no matter lioas sjuat aus. or how Ions staud.
l rlce 11 per bottle.
C. ruiCE ROIE, Xroprfetor.
C. 1'KII K KOtB, Proprietor. '
O. PltlCK KOHK. Pioprlelor.
C. I KK K IUMK, Priiprletur.
0. ritlCB UO.SF, Proprietor.
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