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TITE DAILY EVKKTKO TKLEGRAPIT. rnTT.AlTCLPIUA, TTTESDAY, SEPTER 6, 18Gt.
TrssnAY, fiv.rrKMin'.ii 6, isr...
PIWT Or THE 171.W IORK PM33.
MullM XdlUrlnlit from lh.Spw .Tork
IIIITAKT still rNIJ l I'lll-I't'lt-III.
retr f. Ttn:ri.
Oi.mf tlie Jh nomi'iin of ilu Nine f th pVl
f tlic To; prrurnls iv, r the t'lptura nf Alintita.
; first took the filmic i f eltef'il inrri,lu!iy ;
rtcrwanls of Miri r p;'lrrn. It is alumn In ill
ie C'fpi crlieail 'ie--i:. Itfs i:l In the
fire lltm-polm which tintl just lirforc lcn flinnt
g tln-lr rolorti to tl,c lu ce; a- Mi('lellii'i minil
ntlon. It van be I'cml in the Milion fir-e nf the
oppcrhctid who passe orj In tlie street, or sits
rxt )Ou at tlic tii' lc. Tti.ro I no tlctijioR tho
ict, cvt r win re (.at. nt, thut tlio (;nppiThpnltai
paity, take l tut rapture nf Atlanta as a party
Now wliylfi tills ? II, w hn;iponH tli.it this event
triir ltvliiK in tins party s, like in kin 1, if
t in dc fsrer, to tin- fi'flitira it lint pro,lin el
not ft Hit lii lf ' ? It I nut possible to assign
ty other cause for lliiH ruinnitintty of fvollui?
n miii.i" i oinnitiiiity of interest ami of purpose.
I.ernian's n, li'evruirnt cnntiot Ik1, at one and
ie mime time, a Mow to the Rebellion
id a blow to i he Copperhead party,
hlcas tlier ii a near cnnneriion octweun lift
ro. Tlio ('nppcrlicii'i puny mast ho somohtiw
ixlliarj to the lletn Minn, and liavo A common
t in its Iwrttine", tlius to lie cast duvro nhi'tt
Iversliy orert.ikes it. There i no mystery a-iont
The dimple explanation I tint the Copper
'adx m ii nt a prate which "hull he in the in
rest of the Ilehclt., and that theso military
it'costscs are hringing a poare of an entirely 0
Hitc character. Union men desire tliit Re'icl
an to lie crushed, and rejoice in every new hlovr
i that end. They conldor it to hare been
incvlved in the most monstrous sin, to have
in a course of crime utterly hcvoml a parallel
human hiatory, and to he of such a completely
fcrnal natnra Hint there can he no future
fety to the Kepuhlichiit in its otter mihj ligation,
bey believe that thin work will nowaoon be a
impllslied. The Copperheads, on the other hand,
ire alwaya apologized for the Keliellion, even
lion professing to he for tha war agiinitlt;
er have madu Hunt of its terrible inhumanities
id iniquities ; und it ii now perfectly mutual
r them to repine when in calamities thicken.
At Chicago they gave out to the world thxt
e war against It had been, and must be, a
ilnre, and that peace must bo made- with it by
ril means. They aaid thin in face of the fact
at the chief the Hehellion h id but Just before
clan d, In the most absolute terms, that there
uld be no peace with hU Confederacy except
r lis extermination or its indopendonco. Dcpn -iting
as they do every blow which goon to ex
rmitiate it, we in nut conclude that they would
oner welcome the other alternative.
We do not mean to say that the majority of the
irty aro yet positively in favor of that imle
tndence. Kven supposing that they are utterly
at to all national f. eling, yet party calculation
one would prompt them to hold their ancient
lies in the Unit n if possible. If allowed to stop
e war, and to treat with the Itc'iels, they would
fer the most extreme inducements to persuade.
Confederates ha' k. They would guurunteo
e perpetuation of shivery.
They would introduce into the Constitution an
nenUmentexplicitly securing thi rint of soecs.
in. They would incorporate tint Confederate
bt with the National debt. If it came to the
nch, they would, in all earthly probability,
:rec to a new Union, which should exclude
ew England. Or, If this was not decided upon,
ey wculd accept Mr. Calhoun's project of a
lal Kxvcutive, one Northern and the other
mthern, the sanction of b ah to lie ncoensury to
validity of imy law. The-e are among the
ids they would h"pe to secure in the "ultimate
invention" they declared for at Chicago.
And it is their general belief that with such
Tangemi nta the Confederacy would consent to
erge itself into a new Union. J'robably they
e right. It is not easy to suppose that the South
uold long resist such a temptation to rid itself
' its present burdens, and to become the comp
ete master of the North. But the policy of such
reconstruction, and the policy of conceding
in federate independence, are alike set back by
rh events as this at Atlanta.
The Copperheads are perfectly right In their
stincta and convictions that the Union victories
' Sherman, and (irunt, and F.irragut are as
imiiging to tin Ir interests as to the intoresu of
e Rebels. It is their eurse that the Union party
res and thrives directly in everything that goes
rut down the armed enemies of the Union;
id that they can have no realized or promised
od for themselves exci pt in n ttional disaster.
is morally impossible that such a party should
ive the confidence and support of a loyal people,
o right-hearted man can fail to underpaid that
party whose u, cess depends on the misfortunes
our national unities can be in any sense a
itional party. It requires but such an awaken
g of the national spirit of the pco.ile as will soon
ke place under the stir nf this groat canvass, to :
reen sucn a pnrtv into a ruin as complete evs that
Licit awaits tha Rebellion itself.
WIIERK WK A HE.
m (A4 7Wttm.
It Is useless to attempt to disguise the fact,
itent to every Intelligent person in the country,
at for weeks past, till quite recently, there has
ion among all loyal people a good doal of dis
tisfaction at the present aspect of affairs, nnd a
xd deal of very painful apprehension for the
itnre. The events of the last three months, so
fieri nt from the general expectation of signal
id decisive remits of the summer campaign,
bile they were the cause of this despondency,
tvejuatitled the foresight of Heme who advised
nlnst the assciiiblli gof the Union Convention
i June. Perhaps, had that Convention been
istponedtill September, its choice, of a I'resl
mtial candidate would have been the same as in
iue; but, made in June, tho feeling is that it
aa premature, t.ec .u-e it was mado under tha
iticipatlon of events which have not been rent
ed, and which, it is now seen, it was hardly
sonable to expect.
Itnt the resulting i fleet was a wide-sprttid
3Ubt of the wisdom of th.it i.oiuiuatioii, n it he
mse the country did not kuow us much then as
dues now of the ehar.ie erof Mr. Lincoln's A 1
iiiistration, but that it attributed to it then au
tergy and a ju 'Kiu nt, in the conduct of the
ur, which the pani did not ju.,i:iy, hut on which,
wiitbelas, the people chose to found untax
mted ho; esai,dexiraviiganti!xpei't itious. With
ie Rebellion believed lo be at almost i.slast gjsp,
id winch a vigorous campaign w is sure, to liiiish
i ninety days, where, n was said, could a better
andaid-bearer be found th ai Abraham Lin oln
r the coming poli'ieal ttruglo ! Who so well
eservii f to be the Nation's ruler for a second
Tin as he who I. as carried it triumph intly
irough the war, and who wdi, before the leave j
ill, le-establish Union und l'eaco
rSuchwuathe popular feeling, or such It was
liun ed to be ; aci on 'he crest of this wave of
popular lie uidon, UieC .LVeuiiou was held, a id
ie l'reiileini.,l nouiination rarr cd. llut suli
quent eenis di provca the popular an'.i lp i
ons; Slid the strength, wh eh was lo bo prou'd
y their realization, turn id out to be only a ie-
tlonary weakness in th ir ilisappoiut ii nt.
,'ith di-appointuieiit came despair, quite us tui
urrantuble as the extravagant expectations of
iur months ago; and, as we sunk Into lethargy
nder the influence of hope deferred, so our op
meuts rallied with a new strength born of our
Only those of the most rigorous faith and most
yielding determination held out against this
eneral upathy; while the half-hearted and the
ilut-heaited deemed that all struggle was im po
int against tha vigorous opposition setting in
k'ainst an Administration in whom confidents
as so much shaken and which it was feared
luat be overwhelmed by a party promising to
iad the nation, iu some way, out of the wilder
ess of indecision, of doubt, and of Imbecility,
w those who demanded peace at any rate were
dded those who preferred peace ta protracted
ud ruinous war, which, it was feared, could on)
ad in disgrace and disaster. From this positive
Mnperon tho one band, and this doubting and
espairing spirit ou the other, we seemed hasten
lg only to defeat.
No careful observer of publio opinion for the
1st few weeks can deny that this hi a true state
lent of what its condition has been. No
tional man, we think, can deny that it nea I
t bave come about; that had we not, to
se the slang of the atrott, "discounted"
uccess aud built upon an enthusiasm that was
et to be created, had we patiently awaited
vents, and made up our minds to accept disaster
f disaster was to come, resolved upon facing the
:tuation, whatever it might be, and then go in
ud win with the beat niau we could find lo lead
is to victory, whether Abraham Lincoln or
omebody ebe, that we should have lUrlod on
he Presidential campaign fulljof freshness, aud
onllduiice, and hope, sure to carry ns in triumph
o the end. Now what are we to do I Are the
uptake of the past beyond remedy f Are Ilia
lcthnrity ,n', "cspilr Hist hid crept over th
pohlic mlnrt w''1'n,,,1,l,,'l,' I Isthcstrongih which
the Dpposttlco il'" (fathered through thw mis
take o potcot tha' T' ' I' vain ( Must we
submit to (ieromf, ." through the Inherent
strength of onr opponev '", l'1" in sticeumbing to
the weakness which wo out ."elves hsve J,ner.p,
and nurtnrrd Is there pn hthr , f,,r ua f
Ni-t to. Onr cause tiy is stronger than
ever Insiore. Irft us und, rst.r(l and aeknosrled :e
that this apprehension of the firt.rre had its origin
In our uninanlv f. ,, and not h the actual con
dition of stlars. lhe Adminls'r.iu'ow o-day is
ptdl.fly wliat it was. and wbl we kno it was,
fix nionths year ?o years ago. ft is not
thai It has developed any new char irtcrii'l -s,
but that we. through imjauirncu and the gre;i
otis f,,Py nf extravagant cp( ta'lnm. hare tfn
rolled upon to meet new disappointments. We
have mi t them every jet r every six months'
Tee the war begun : we rive met them nn I
iverc me them bravely, wi'b, at the end of e icU
period, new trinmphstoencourwena I treng'heu
lis. M all we give np in despiir win u n- near
therrdr We ininht. Indeed, hirve a better Ad
ministration; we iivght have on?, on the, other
baud, a 'boii'and t.rues woise. u shall have a
wri-e before we have a better.
Itnt it is too late now to take a new departure.
Wemn-t aei pt the situation with nil its diill ul
li(s. If the Administration wants vl;or, give it
vigor; if It wants earnestness, give it enrnestn 's ;
if it warts understanding, give It undcrtnndin".
Ininse It with a people's will ; invlgorarfl it with
k people's courage; reinforce It with a people's
continence ; overwhelm it with a people's deter
n.ii anon that treason and slavery shall never
prevail agiinst ibeni, but that both shall bo
trampled under their feet. Hut never desoit it.
Never let its shortcomings, its weaknesses, Its
shorl-algbtcdness, and its delavs, defeat us. (tod
knows it might have dune 'hotter; Mod alone
knows bow much worse it might have done.
We know, nt least, that with it we have come
well nigh to the overthrow of the Rebellion ; we
know that, with a little patience, a little more
energy, a little more courage, we shall sooncomo
to its titter overthrow. The end is near, the good
and tho trno end Is certain, if wo aro faithful to
ourselves, even with such tools ns we have. Tho
choice is no longer ours, whether we will throw
them aide nnd try new ones. We must do this
work with such as we have or not do It at all.
If we throw them aside and abandon tho work
to other hands, where are we? Alas! who
does not know The best that can befall us in
a Copperhead triumph is disunion disunion
first between the North and tho South, to meet
thereafter, as best we may, the question of new
boundaries, lo bu settled by now wars, the Kast
and the West, the Pacific nnd the Atlantic coast
arrayed n gainst each other. Or, if Union shvll
be maintained, ft will be a Union that shall
mean only annexation; the North tied tied
band and foot and delivered over to a slave
holding Confederacy, the apiiendago to an oli
garehy of slaveholders ; slavery made legal all
over the North and West, both States and Ter
ritories ; the assumption of the Confederate debt
bv the Federal Movcrnuicnt ; the unquestionable
National d bt to be II undated so ely ov Northers
taxation ; the right ol suffrage denied to Northern
bv oring men ; extension of representation to the
owners of slaves; in short, anything that Jeff.
Davis and his fellow-conspirators may choose to
demand as the price of our submission, as the
terms on which i hey will agree tu grant us peace
and pardon. They may have us on thoir own
terms; for there aro none so exacting, none so
degrading, r.-ne so base, that their Northern
allies will not grant on a promise of being admit
ted to be fed once more on the cruiuhj that fall
from their niasti rs' tnble.
Choose ye I For our part, wo have chosen.
Better a perpetual dinner of herbs, than the stalled
ox in such company though, for that mutter,
but little of the stalled ox would fall to the share
of those who believed in fighting for the Union.
Henceforth, we fly the banner of Abraham Lin
coln tor the next Presidency, choosing that far
rather than the Disunion and a quarter of cen
tury uf wars, or the Union and poliiiual servitude
which our opponents would givo us. Let tho
country shake otf its apathy ; let it realise what
is the price of detent a price neither we uor the
world can allbrd ; Ict it bo understood how near
we are to the end of the Keliellion, and that no
choice is left ns now but the instrument put Into
our hands, and that with that wo can and must
W'e prnnt, from ourown convictions, timed that
can be said in criticism of the present Adinlni--tratlon;
for the sake of argument, we will grant
anything that any honest and loyal in in can say.
And then this is onr rejoinder Mr. Lincoln has
done seven eighths of the work nfter his fashion;
time must hevigorand virtue enough left in him
to i n the other fraction. The work is in bis
hands ; if it passes out of them, it will be, as there
are no better, but far worse, to receive it, to onr
utter ruin. We mijht re-elect him, and, Mod
helping us, we will.
tjST" OFFICE OF THE WARDKNS FOIt
a- tha Port of I'liilauelpbla, No. 11) WALNUT
Phii AriKi.rHiA, Hrptemher .t, lad.
yilTICK application liavlnc bcn made to this Hoard
by the "Tlnlciiin KibIiiiw Company," tor a li.:t nso in orect
a fler hi the hlver Delaware, tront o( their iiroiwrle in
lielavsare comilv, aurecatij.v to a plan on ills la this otMco,
sueh ii ciu,ewiU Isaue on I ndnj' neat, 11' no objections
C11A.H. 8. WAYNK,
lepB-St Master Wariluu Port ori'htaueli!ila.
CD- CITY ISOUNIYr FOUR HUNDUKD
a' Dollars Olllee of the City llouul' t und ( 9 aim II
alon. No. 4IJ I'Kt .SK Htreet.
Until riiitiier nonce, tho Commission whl eintimiieto
ray Mm CITY lllll'N TV OP KOI H IIIINIlltKII IIOL,
l.AEa to all rerrnlla credited upon the i u of Hie city
oi i iiuaiieipnia, wnemw canning; lor ouu, lwj,or lliroe
J iullei furnlshlnff 8nbttttutea win receive
tlisitorone i ear.
i) tor Two Yeri.
10 (or Three Yanrs. as haretof r.
H. r. KINil, rreslSant.
ltoni.HT M. Moork, Beeretary, ej-it
KStT THE UNDERSIGNED, A COnF-ar-
mlttat, appointed t,y the Koitnty Kand Ooliventl n
of the Beseral Wards for die puiioao of reurultln fs,r the
hurcht of dertelsnt Wards, In HlitioipAtlon of lbs cnuit.tg
dralt, Iniiaassed with the importance ol tha subject, dv-lr
tl eir follow-cliUtiiis lo unae allh them in aa eirorltoflll
the clt ' qoota Ii) obulnlng voiaultMir ris-ruits.
lodu thla telure the Uiof fttfptoiubor w,ll r-uulre the
most earnest and vikoiouh exartl'ias. unit the Ciiuiaitlen
appeal to il.e pattloll,: and p ihiic-milrltod to a d III" u by
lhu:r Ihllijenee and by contriltutloaa ot lh. neeetsaiy
lui ans to ol er InUncmtienti e.iial to tu ottered by .,tli,r
e.-inntniiltles. Tho C mitallliw tiavu iipp.iiuleil a niilllclsat
ni.aatierol recruliing lleuicnanis In varloiii iinuro-rs ol ilia
citv, aud all lecrulta nlaaliud will ht. dtstritulesl pro rnta
amoi-s the Wards, anil, oi' oouta, wiU beutfdt most law ly
these II. at aiss eiiurt dctlelcnt.
lly unltrd ami e,,i.ilnntal efTort tlio e.iramittss hpe. If
fwtt lu avoid th? draft atMKuthr, ai lsa,l to reduce It tu
'lhe wi.ole uuntb'.r re'iulred to free the city from the
liratl u, on the 1st ol Annus!, astit ninu thousand.
Kroio this number Is to be itedin tu1 lt:o ,e who have been
recM.'t.td hli.iaihalCate; and su hcredlu as cllv in ,y
be emu ld to.irom prsou euhstlna in Hie navy from he
olty, sad wh, ksvo not oven cr.'.llted t us; li.fion
pcroi enllslli'S' In the nsy Iroin ll.e Stale at lar-"., ,oitl
not on diltd lo any particular dmtrl'.-t, ol wltica the city
Will have f er propi.rtlen.
Kileria ar im'Ii.i: maJe to aaccnaln tftcss crcdlia. Tlio
comp ttlia also expect toiaioioi levrulta irom vuieraut
rs-iilllll,s", tiom Wo, Heuihern Htatee liovr ,Msi.tiuh-d by
our lotei a, and tr,au ether iioarters. l.icTdjno d-toin it
Imp ssib e, tlierefurr , by ai ..per exertions, lo nil the cuy'a
AlotMjr U t.reekinrv, aiid cun only hnobttln.id hy the
TelLDiaiy s bsei ip'l.'ll of cil'' lis Ktivli STitiseripl.oaa
nia be bin' t li e a,l irfSsea o any tnoniars ot t..e .ail
liittt, v. b I iw ivee. tl to 'lie hend.ji.urters ot the n ,ia
suifer, .No. ll.' H. KOI HI a Htr, et
A.Mts L 'l.tllllollW.
N. -SIT I lllli;,:il Alley.
J.tMKs II oltNK
No tt.H I'llHsXI.T Slis.et.
A H. Kit tN.'ISO' a
No. M I M vit. i:r lreet.
S , I'i H Kol Ki'll Htrtet.
WM M I III P.lt.
) .' H (is s (ItYLKII.I..
N. it. nuow sk.
N.i Ills I IrT I surest
JOHN w PI! i.IK.R,
aaJW s ; i .s. si i d aii.M t.
UKAIXiUAUTKRS 1 ' I ', X N S Y L V A N I A
Mi.hi.i iliii aiira, au, a t i.i, ,,;( -ii,;i.enl
Old' rs. So. I Ii. .' Ill 'iijil'y vl h Oie p.',. vu i. as of ll,
a- "( AKM-Ililiv ol ll.e '.'.'.I an.t . .Il'i.it A ll.'aft, ISSi I, ail.l
tin, set tu vs 1.1, I, lhe I-re hll.ilin Ills. It 1 ,,, .). -imI :
I '11 .it the la'sinu ol ire' coru of Ittieen rctnu-nu, t't tw
call, ll ll.e "I'tillli-ylvaula iSla a (LlarC, '' profi led ter in
said u t. br fnrlhwlil, c JlHliicltLuil.
J Auetliht poill.in of lh.it eorpa. thre rewltii"-ols of
infaii'rv. tw o k'tuido ns of euvalry.and f,nr .atterlt,s.,f
tielo art.lltry, aliall be rocrulle.r without d-Ut. 'Ihese
rev'iiiiehta, muatliotii, i.nu b.aierlea, it Is Intel, led. sli4ll
he eoinposed of olunteers to wit : otvoloriin .soldi.Ts aui
of able Liavd porsousbetweeo UVe atlva of eighteen and
flity.gl'fena taav preiareiice to thoae who are uol aabject lo
dralt usaltarssae lawsof die failed States.
3. TtassluBsMt, ihua to be iBjscd.wlU be rornnandsd by
Company eawsra esseted bv lhe aavtt. aud whu have beeo
In tha avrvaseuf Ua Uulled Stales, aud been honorably
The Held aad seneral officers will be appolntoil by the
(tevernor and umalered Into tha service or the Htate. The
force will be used only for Ilia defense of the Mute. It
will, while In acrvlee.be clothed, (aiulpped. armed, sul
aiated, dliclptlned, aud paid at provided for by law tor
similar troepa la the service of the United Htates.
4. I'eriona uualitled by service for the position nf com-
rany efflcera In this corps wilt, un applk alion to lhe State
iiBpector-lieuetal at tlarrisburs, recstve authority to re
cruit companies aud squads, and. If afterwards elected as
company onlcvra, will be commiBsloued accoidlnKly.
o. 1 ho said corpa shall be enlisted la the service of tha
Rtate for ttirve years, tin lesa sooner dlsctiarivd, and shaU
be liable to be called laio the asrviee isT lhe Btate at bu. m
tiuiea as Uia Uoveruor way Uveal tacir aerrlcei neces
sary. . A Camp of HeodsBToua will be eeUbllihed at IlarrH
burg, ULder thechars'e of corapettut military and medical
omrere, aad trausportutiea lor troops thereto will ba
furnished to peraous recruiting companies and squats of
not lose than eight tnen, on applleauon to Culonul M. M.
Quay, llarrlsbuig, Cblef o( Truaporuiwn aad Telegrapk
7. hhouid tha reglmests, sqaadroas. and battariee, spe
cially hertln provided for, not be recruited within thirty
days, lhe dr th Irncy wlU be sapplled by draft.
5. llnaailler-deueral Lemuel Todd, Htata Inspectnr
Cen, ral. la charged with the aaeauuoa of tula order, aad
all the details uuder It.
By truer of A.O. CHRTIV,
ftovemvr and Com raaader-lu -Chief.
A. L. Bl'sstLI., AdjuUos-aeneral, Fsoue. act bt
OFFICE OK THE BRIQ08 OIL
Company, No. 147 H. FOt'KTll Htreet, I'hllsdei-
ilia, Reptetnker 1, IK6I The Hoard of Illicit, n hav,
Ms dav dclared the third ruouUtly
CK.NT.ou thecapllal stock, payalifa on the 8th last.
TheTreusrVc Books will be closed after the 4th Inst, and
rc-oiivnedvuU.esiU. A.. avllINK,
SLK AND DRY COOPS JOBBERS
J,MW1N HA.I.,1., ,v J.') ,
Uo. 2'i S. SECOND STREET,
Arc now 0)x?uiag; their F,l and Winter Ntovk of
I K I ',tS (iOMUM,
CI. O i l IS, ,Vc
lfo(il "f if hn ti re nf iliotr 9wn import (.il tn.
V?i,ftf-'t ftufl Ket.iii buytr ant luvifj to f TKmlrx our
FALL, ) H' ( FALL,
1NM. J SOW n STORK. ( iHdt.
EDMUND YAKD & CO.,
Ncmj. C17 Cbesatit and C14 Jayne Bireeta.
iairoitir.ii.-i i.Mi jonrtKna or
SILKS AND FANCY DRY GOODS,
I.AKOE AND HANDSOME 8T0CK OF
FULL USE OF FOREIGN AMD DOMESTIC
IlRi:NKIl'8 AND OTIIKH MAKK8.
U IV NO 11 1 H K I I I-
We refasul tha moaey. If desired, for every lot of Bbirts
wbica fall la say reepect.
CUT LKNOTHWIMK OF MUm.IaT.
Made ot Kew Tork Mllbi Muslin, and rarr Das Linen.
Bueon . 0IM'1). t'sual price 11100.
WUtlacniTtlle Mills Muslin, and flue Ltnea ltaioma,
Only 11-50. I'stial prlea .
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING O0008.
HAlI'X'll afc JACOIIH,
mys-sni To. ffM CUK.HNUT Rtreet.
lO-dst (.'HKM.NUT HTaVKBT.
The asMnlSMi of LAnirS VIHmNO TBS
CITr. er those about l,Ks,VIMO It fr" water
ing 1'lacee,'1 or "trie i'ouTecry," Is respecttullr
Inekcd so the extensive st,xik of Wltlrs
nooiiH suitable lor cl'HMKK wkk, for
W HITE KOlHtS, MSHMIMU WE.vrPKUS,
An eatensiTe assortment la offered la Lace
and Worked KdVlnge and lnserUieta, Veils,
slaailkerehleOi, Collnrs, Hleeves.ami la plain
aud fancy l'lold, Ntritesl. and riu-ed wrilte
.i,l. AT PKICKa MU( II HhXuW TUSJK
raassiNT nr.TAii, vali c.
)H0 I'rlated Ijnen uambtio Dresses.
UK) pssees l'turod, Tueked, and Striped Mug
Ulat. e. m. p.i:iuDli:h.
10t CltKBaiUt BTRPIF.T.
tK)U IIOOI' SKI UTS i;oq
UiO Mar.ttlactery, No.o.'s Altcll Slrct. 00
Above Msth s'teet,
Whelesalr and ItrtsJI.
The most rolnph te aaorliucnt f Ladies', Misses', and
Children's Hoop flslrls In the clly. In every respect nrst
cisns, t hi, h for style, Mulsh, durability, alid cheapness,
have t o e,iial in the maikst.
Skirts niade lo order, altered, and repaired .
I O F F E E AND K ASI'IiE RRY. AI.EX.
J MIl.LKll A CO., Proprletora of the Old OoYcriiuiout
l'llKI'MlF.ll J AS A I Oi-SS.F.,
have Itevoved their place of busluoss from No JIS V.
hieetid striet to No. AUrll Hireet, where tlicy are
etepaied to till all orjfVrs at lhe shortest notice which the
tuhiic amy tavor tlievi with. Their Curiae is,aa usual, tha
eel In U,e aiarket. They also have the bust
that la ruanufaelnred In tlie oliy.tAll at lowest prusos,ooa
suhTlnK the hiwh prices of material.
I'lease give them a call beforu purchasing elsewhere.
1k not rorgel Uie Kuuibcr,
auls-lra No. W A 111 'II Street.
XARPKT8, MATTINGS, OILCLOTHS AND
VV Window Shades, from hew York Auction aalee,
i slightly wet.) MaxnlOrent Hniasels, V wide, (1 J4,
t 3;,,l'60 aad 1176; Imltailon llnissels, (paiuusd.)
. wule, 7U, MO and On rents ; fr-4, 4 and IJ I at propor
isinate prices ; luipenal Carpets. $1 37 to 91-70 per yardt
Ingrain, truta SO centa to S1U-S1 Venetian, Hag, and
lump, from 3Ti to Ii cents per yardl Mattin.-s, tha
larKisst assortment ever offered In rtitlaiSelphU, from .'r7sf
to 74 cents a yard, at tha Mew Yetk Auction Hales De
pot, (Kruierly Histhiow's.) Mo. 147 (t HKOONO Sureet,
first door aboea Wataul, oppoails Cora Kaaaanga.
OUSTY'8 TEA WAREHOUSE. EST Ar
. bBshed la lHUD. Importer aud I sealer In
Una Teas, Wlaea, aad Li'ioore,
Cbotoe Uavana (1kr.,
C'roea A Rlaetwell'a Pickles and Kansas
s:gllsb aad Kootcb Ala and I'orter,
t'snnad Jleata, fruits, Soup, Aa.
arj Meeses pat op wlfb crc,
ai Ho. ua a. hkcoso ansset
sslT JOHUt.'A Ii. CoLbTT.
t A M () IN ) H.
lrn r. livlrg ItiHUouiir.Mrott.fr I'iyiIjui Rt3tiito
dUp tof will do well bv cnMliig fta
lewi3 LArearua & oo.,
Ilti iiioikI Dtiili'i'Hiiiul.lowoIora
tSo. CHKHNUT Htreet,
Who will give the hirtirst cash ;rlea. auliV-lat
A M i: IIA II 11 U ll'H
WU,,LSMA1C AM' SalA..
CLOCK KH1 A HLISH M KNT,
C oo.vsr BKdiND snd i liumil Hiieets, f ulad'a.
a'liser iou inn I'AikNT
r.vjtTALi.! nu iiuary.DA y clucks,
a rery desirable auleie for Cburohea. dutela, tanks,
Co'JUllllg-ltO'ise. I'nrlori. Ac.
A r , 1HM I.II Tl I. Kit or KIN t. do' D PKHe).
(UkS KKi'.tlhKU AMI U All .1 V SI I SO),
lallt-iy till cs Tflimisinas ,f erer doeci'.ptioa.
AI 'M. A. flllAY, N. E. CORNER OF SIXTH
ft and MINOU -tiis'ts, li,ie lhauiotida, Waicuus,
(iollJ, bilvei', and Loan 'I levels.
TUONE IN VA'f Of VUNKV
AU tusiaesa conddaiitlaL au!9 lei
TUB BkBT 11 CBN.
apSt No. 730 CHEHNUT Htrewt.
IV'A-NTI::D TO KKLL OB EXCHANGE,
If lIUIptK Hewing UaeJilne,
The (Ireeer A AaAec Hewing Machine,
T1,e HlBeer do,
Aad all tha principal aewbsg Vacbiuee. AU .Jmiabad
from kheir arliMiipei efflees.
Also.sjikuideof Kersmd-Kaad Machines, tor Sale sad
ktpaUee at She aw eellre ef
utAvr.HS a rAri.iKm,
Ma. lull N. tlliriTIt Mlreet,
(Over sea years wltb Singer Co.)
tadias taasbt ie operate. SsH-am
Hot only mBXCII.I.RD but lTItft'AI.tRI In pnrity
oi Teue anu rui , vna'anvn e.pvctauv tor unnrsnea and
Hthcola, but feand to be eiually well adapted us tlie 1'arkiff
and Xrswlag Isoem. fur sale oalj by
m. m. mtrfB,
K. 18 N. RKVK Snl Mlreet.
Al.o, s ecmrlfra assertweul of Use I'eriect Meiodoon
con.lanlly on hand. aulv-eus
I)ATIsNTED JILV 13, 18G4. JOSEPH
klOlTKT, Klsve de Paris, French tsteatn living
and fte utirlug on any ksnd ol wearing apparel, lor Lsdiea,
lienu, aad Caildren. faunt apparatua tor stietelilog
tenia rr. ui ana U Ova In, iiee. Kn. 7 W MACU Hlreat.
rauaa . A i. iJiiru Ktiaat, i'liilaUclphia, aus-ut
JOUTII -PI,i:A.lt MII1F1IC
COLD AUD .SILVER
OIiriN COUNTY, COLORADO TERRITORY.
II(.r. JOHN A. DIX,
Il,.n. VDWARDS I'lERRKPOif T,
JtV-tl PH FRAMCIjl, Ear,
T. B. UUNTINO. Es'i.,
A. O. DODFISII.-Ka.! , Clyra lj
H,.n. JOHN A. DIX
Troiieti rsr i
OSI-ru FRANCIS, Ms i.
(Coti n sol i
CHAIM.ES F. III. ARE, I'...
Ths piop.riy nf u.la ivnmp.ny eoniuls w ?tS f"t ua
Iha "llcmnd Hoe," "tlregnrr Ho f." 'Siarm-'ai,'' "Coa-
v.r,', ' end other os-lsl., at. d developed Uotd-bswiagUvdes
la the B Itilng district Colorado.
Also, the flan tcrecn Mill, now rsanlng, and la eaeellsnt
Capital Stock $1,000,000.
Whole Number hare 100,000. Par, $10.
A Urf port..)!, nf LfeA i',.rk ha alradr brm U.-mi Vmt
prlTkie i.M'ri!t.a. ItrMka ar -r.TW o.n at in oiUon at
the rom pnr, nt So, A Hitf ttraM. Nw ..ri, wri-r
lLinl:xt ntiBit'T oi .hare, rati K iut orK -xl for t pr,
itplyiB UtM Troitciirer of the Cn,nr btfii Ui
htun ttf In A M. tod -J I. U.
onlra oi tbft rniQ mmf cHta4nJ at th a(T,m of
tjr Oonipmy, m
HOCK OIL COMPANY.
Iioorpor&ted Jane 29, 1864.
(0.000 SHARKS U A MAJfcJI-VR.
Bohrcnptlon fS wh .skr t ar1liuU itaHLW krt
W.QUO thAi-At. pft? abJc 1 caah down apoa mbritlivr.B4
two Uir luatalmruta of 11 tvar-k, paaal a lb MUi Joty
aa4 tfrvh Anfuit, I'M, rMpoellrelr.
TEN THOUSAND SHARKS
Reeervo-i ff BeaAt lb Cmpnj,
Th land nrflhid bythVnc Itcwii ok Oil
romnait cADtaiita on hui.crfsrj aad ihlriy oae mrm, tu
tfe Tory core of tho oil retion, on tlioaanl thme kun
Orcd and ten fern nn tbt AlU gliHoy rier, la ra-ntKirrr
tdjwmtilp, oitenJiiiir a CMtitianrabi dittanco tiav.j iMtk
iitfi of tho iMwor T wo Mil Kaa.c-mruonljreiled Tan
Huron Rum, aoouploof nitiei boMw rranklta, to Vnano
mumotf . InTlTanla. The AUf bony Bivor Tfrkty la
vieiilii(f an abnndant and prinDiit barvoti nT an oiaoi
font nuaJliy of (ill, Lhe numarotia walla bortiarinKln bank a
IriHlanng Oil wtth orwu ouli iroiUor rHMialt7 U Uia
walla aloof OU Croak.
It la I'AUaved tha now nf OH halow tha borons?!, nffnutk
Un.oa Ujo AUaitbeny rior, will probahlr navar (mohom
ekhauatad, boraiiaa Uie atrailtlcatJon, or voloanle disrup
tion of rock diva In a aotnliwtttwt.rd. dlrtrfOon ; iiao
qbenily kit bada of Oil woult naan r ih avrfara at tha
Piiar and, a ay of OU Croak , and walla woulJ roqulre V ha
boiad dM-Dr In proportion lowardowa tbo livar. whoro,
bowover, there would neaaarlly ho tha moat parinitin(s,
andamurh trratar anpptv and auprlne'tmbaut body or
alri eoi Oil. It la certain that acorraoi wulia on tha rtvar.
tn the lmmetlioio vtrintty of thl land, have oMithiual iro
dTicttiR duntng tha paat thrt-a or faur joara an unwavuniif
and eteftdy dally ylnld of oil.
A tttenre at the map will damonatrata tha laa! that tha
Lower 1 wo Mile Kun and oil i Tftk aro on the aaraa
dlauuHiicailT i trait ht lane, and only distant, on aeon
ftartioaan ot thg identical $am rfor betweva the range
of hiHa. from each other about threo mil a apart In pro
claalT the aaiue diroctloo. It would, thorafnrot not ba at
truordlnary, if by boring alia oo thia tra.it a aorrlulent
d pth of perhapa eight nandrod and AA feet, that tha
Corapany a we la may no n ilvl thoae of OU Creek m
ILielr aiajipllea nf hundreda of barroia of oil d&Hy, an
anormoua prod t a woutd Urn a ho Uia firtnnao reault to
tha ihaxphoMere of Uila vBiDn.
On Uilt particular tract of land there) hMhaealato
teaae for twenty rear, a well how pumrmg a fair pnrttoa
ot good Oil, aJUinokh Ita depth ot bore (a conaMared quite
InauiPdent to Inaiira a largo flow: Kirtv par oent. of the
Oil at thia well a mooih waa raaarred a a royalty to the
ftwmrr owner nf the land, and will at onoe Inure to the
baneittof tha ( ompaay. There are aiao two otliar w.Mla
borod a raw hundred ntdeapearh, but not rat tubed, bat In
dicating a flrat-rate ahowof Oil ; a barm, a day oan rfanaraiiy
h aotopfxi out of U.aia. and no dnnbt aoerui to axlat that
they wlal both prove highly remunerating welti whtn bored
a reaaotiabre depth. Another wall la hair borad, aad
pmnilaca a aatlaractni-y Tiald
Saniplea n( on prot ured ftom theaa well ean be laaa M
the off re of Uie Company, No. JU WALNUT Htreot
'I lia fee of tbia valaable oil laud, aom prising one hun
dred and tMrty-one aorea, Inuluding the royalty of fAy
par cant, of oil fnr tho leaaod well, not pumfun, and Ua
entire rtaht of tha three weiia partially devul tp.i, la
purrhaical by Uie Company dtrert from ttie owner, tor tho
nm)ernte price ol $l.t;,iVrt, with a tlrlat Mill la flaa order,
a anug houaa, Ac. ; alao patchea ot Urahor.
Theaaleofatwck will pay oaah lor uie land la fall, anal
leave the anm of $IS.-4.V) rth working capMal oa hand,
with whlt h to oni()hst the throa old wUa, and alao to
bore two new wella, with Ufa aieain atiKlaaa, Aa.,
to be tn running order withlu a few laoniha; arraaga
Bientawtlkba ma-de to aocompllah theaa iithct wltiuat
deay Ho aubacilptlotig wlul ba acaaptad for Uag Uaa
1 n vaat fortunea reared hy Rfttk Oil Cotnpanlea e v tab
Id i tied here and elaawbc re are no tor loo a. The uu tra-ie la
ret In Ita Infancy, and tha omand conatanlly iDoraaaiag.
la price la nw $1 par banc! at Uie well a oeouU, a&eu
alve ul the rank.
large wehe will doubt If ji ba a truck at tho depth of 9aa)
feel, ao aa to raacb the third ."Umlatone Uoek. WW la hare
baen bored heretofore lo the depth only of aboat e-XJ feet
In Wiia vlelulty. It ta prupoMr-d to bora twenty wella na
thli property during tha preafiit veax. There ll room ftrf
ooa huMureJ wella. A porfeot title, alear of all Lucjlv
hraacaa la coufldaAUr aasuxed to the Oooipauy.
Itatg of luhaerlptloB are now cpan aatll the 50,100 ah area
are aabaerlbe4, payable $t par ah are, to the order ef Aliiaa
gaaaiAalliS UtCAUKM. Uia Treasurer ef the Coanxaa,
Ko. 406 WALNUT Street, or at R. lie WALNUT Me4,
or at aba a floe ot the Coupaay, No. lU WAXRf T
The pablle are laitr4 U call Ibr a proipectna. yyVaf
PBIDESBUBQ MACHINE WOEKJB,
rvo. u5 iv, inorvT htuuTi
We are prepared to fill orders lo any extent fer our U
knoaa MACDINEKY FOR COTTON AND WOOL EM MILLA.
Inolnalrrtg all recent lmprorurucute lo C aid 104, 8pltwlai
We Invite tho attectioo o( uannieturert to our extoev
aUl tf ALPIU-'.n .TKNKHlA BON.
ToaiiircAri AiNs and owners.
The urtdaviieMed he Kig ha4ej ft.e N(-
775 kU'ltrTvr lMK:al. beua to inlono tiia (YianJa and the
patron of aha Dock, that ha la prop.-d with Inetiacd
ia 11'llaM ro BeOstaWatfTnlaiisj mil i:s 1 nV rpcia v "W t avaeu
or rev air and betag- a praoucaJ ahiit-cariientar aud
autkar, will give pcraetial attautioa to ail vreee'a eo
troatcd to htaa for raoaire.
Captaina or Aauca. lltUp Carpetilara. and Machluiiu
having vaaaale to repair, are boIIIumI tn oU-
llavlug the agtaey for tbe .ale of "Weiteratedta' Pat aril
Metallic Compoalttvn," or Co) pr I'a nt, for the pieam a
Uon of Taaaala' botaenu, Uor tii oity.f am prepared ir
furolah the aaaaa oat lavorablr frma.
J"HJ n. II MM ITT,
KenaiuVin Screw Mok.
tfcMl-ef lUwara avemia.auoTe Ltiural-atraat,
B1KAM V?l.i:KI.Y i'O MVKIt-
nAul tanchlne at ij.l'-t I, si. 11. t'nik lUrUir.
li,.j vT,-ll'kuuwu .learners ol !' e I!.itu,I, -r T'.rk,
and ftilisih-it'liia Hicauistuu luinuni a:e m. u.'cd to
tail as follnses :
t.HlMU Ktt. Saturday. Beu'i'inNi-r l
CITY tr WAMIIINilTOS. sslurls1 , -I'll ei.l,er 1,.
t'tTT OK JIANCIir.-rmi. Vur.lsy. -.-,.t.-. ..t.. r .
And every sueteedlag Saturda;, at noon, r,"iu r.er Sa
NAIKS) o'rrASA(lF PAVABI.K IN CVItltK-WV
Flr.t ( abin IH)J tticcraue........ KU tS
HrntCiiti!ntoI.nndou IHUlO Hlcarge to l.aiulaii... M iK)
Hr-t fall's tn runs.. IfOltO Hiecrage to .u-is..... mm
rirsirsl.lntollsuilir'gtsii isl Biecr. ve u, ll.iml,ar. 74.iJ
l'a.arngcra al.u furwarded to Havre, llroilisa, l.ul
ter.lsui, lumeip. Ac, at e,,ually kwraice.
l ares fr. in l.lerKH,l or vucensu.wn i-Tlrst Tabtn,
tl.'S) alio, ff'-MO Bieerese rVuiu LlvsriKaa and sjueeiis
li.t;ii, 'luose wiw wish tu seed Iur thetr friends caa
bus tickets kare at ttiaae ratea.
, e, iti.tlur luiuintatlou rth. f-.omc...
Ko. Ill WAXNi I Street, fuliadeluUia.
BOSTON AND PHILADELrillA.
faSZZ st.siu.Mp Line, sailing rrout aaeli port oa
""Tm-A VS, item r.t hart sh.il PI NF- Dtreel.rhila
d, Ipl. a. atd I.oag Viaarf, Hostou. From Brat wharf
alic's IMNK Hlrtcl.,'11 halurdav.Sl'tinib 10,
lit sleamship SJAXON, slatlhcies, will sail Iruin Phlla
d. Jidda for BistcB.ou Haturuar.H.teiuiierlu.at looclwk
A St.; and tlie st'austiip NustMAN, Uakw.lrumKJiUsa
A,r PL'laiicli Ida, on san.e day, at 4 P. m.
Tucie new and sut suuitssl steamsfcipe ftirm a ragulag
line, .a llns Irein eavk uort punctually ea aaiiirdasra.
lusuranci'S crlccled at oae-laitlu. ewuiuiu al,aiged oo
'.r:.;u.!r.dV:;. .p. .n ua.
LadMiki with their KOodH.
lV. r1..iUo. P"ta y?i;?T?!,,"0D,
aanlv us HENRT WIMS'S a Ul,,
"ji.U Ma. SI A. DfcLA WAKB Arsmaa.
rOHNEW YORK. DESPATCH
. I a. X UIV IS T. 'I UHU. wi
r.'.Viitil.""' Bwiniura Uses, via Helawve and
hT.u.-u i ausL The sUaluers of these Unae are learmg
till a" lao'eksjk H-..aadaak.HP.M.,lroai ktuAdulet
aoove Walnut street.
r ireigai.Nrhici ffl ba taken oa aeccaimodatlng
"s, "y,, to W lUOAii M. IIAJJU) UX, is. XM
XH'.LAfc iltE Areirue.
FOR MVEIII'OOL, SATURDAY.
' a 19 IM4
IWiii-h ai.p VAACOl'VEl, Cital J. D. CfciUale,
a lll aall aa above.
gAVE YOU 00NSTABT' PAIir AWD
OKKAfUIESS AT TDE PtT &r TUB STOMAtnf
Bead the next cnlurua.
Have you Plstulcuce and Acidity' '
Hi ad Ike next eolnma.
Have yon CoatlTeoesa and Loss of Appetite?
Its od the next column.
Have yoa Gloom and Pepreialon ofslpirilsf
fcesd the next co.'umn.
Have you Diarrhoea with Griping?
Head Uie aext ooiama.
Uare yoa Fata la all parts of tl.e 3r''
Bead the next column.
Bars yon Choking and SurTocaUon
Head lhe next column.
Have yoa Oon.umptlva Symptoms il ralplutloa of
Head the next column.
Have you Cough, with rhk'gm In the Throatf
Bead tha next column,
Hare you Dlmnesi of Vision and Hjadachef
Read tha next column.
Has a yoa all or any of Uie foregoing symptoms?
Then read the great cures of Dyspepsia performed hy
DB. WISHART'S DYBPEP6IA PILLS
AND riNE TBEB TAB COEDUL,
lo tti neit colttmn.
UOK T FAIL TO It FAD THE liTXT C0rUM
) V ! 12 I- M I A S3
A ARK ANTED.
tTsrrr-V n-J ihp, rni.i.owryp aywtTQhii: -
let. A couitant pain fr anea loan at the pit of IM
Tl Klatitletire an-1 at lfifly.
Hd. t'oatireneaa and loat of appetite.
4th. ttloom and de preaaloa ef aptrlta
Mh. Ptarrhn-a. with griping.
fitb. Talr. in all parte of the a) a-em.
7lh. Cortwamptlre aympiom aod pnlpi tatlnnof tho heart
II h. (Vngh, with phlrni In the thmat.
1lh. iservmii a nee Hon and want of alecp at night.
l(Hh. I .cm of ep j. elite and vomiting.
lllh. r:7iliifa, dimtiraa of nion and loaa of light.
Uth. Hra-.ac.ie and afa?gt-rinf In walking, w.th great
Out of the thituiand of ranea of tlyapepala that have
tiaed lr, WMiart'a (Irrat American lyapfp.la rilU.not
one of them haa failed af a perfrct ''nro. We warrant a
core In every ra-e, no ma'terifof twenty yeara'ataad
Ing. Hold hy all drngrlata everywhere, and at Dr.
WlfHAIlT'8 ofllcr, No. 10 N. "F.OXI) Strrot, PMiacel
ptila, I'a. All f aatnlnatloni and ronsultatloni free of
rharge, 8rnd for a circular. Trice 91 per bon, Sentby
a.ail, Irec of cliarge, tn re tlpt of money.
Thla la tn rertlfj that I had ! apepala In the worn! form
for tliree ycara. I waa treat id hy Mven of the bat phy
at lana In Aineil' a ; Bonia ul laviu wtri rrnfi'MiKi (l Jef
toroon 4'Mlli-g.s, I'Mlanaiphia, but thev did oie no gtMMl, I
grew orae i.erT monin. I would he' ta ken at tlmwi wlto
dn-adrtii (mm in my lrtat and aiOTnarhtao great waa It
that 1 ruid ai-ithrr mil. he. nr atan.), hut wouul mTea.Mtut
fn-iu one room to aiii-tner ; my trremla e pected to ear me
dl aa there ai-peared to ba no relW fbr me. In ttila ho,ia
leee ot ndhlon I iilaed mvnelf under Ir. WlatAart'a trea.t
auont. and uxed hta amdlcina aa directed
1 hie day I am a eii aaan, and mr twirea werag I havo
O-een on my fet, end working hard from early m rn until
eleven orlork at iiight. Ir. Wmhart, I give you thia oer
UHcate wiU-, a ginM fui heart, fehng It tny duty 10 do an ;
you may, and I want you to pulilmh It to tlie world, that
every person auiTriig aa I wa, may have the be tie fit of
tin jour tnil) wonderful rvmnlU-a All alck poraoiia are
at Hbrtv to t al and aae rae, or write to tue, aa I want to
render all Uie gKd I caa to a u fieri n hnmnnltv.
) AM Kt II. ANimiJU
Overaeer of Waalilaton Kanutaaaiing Company's
Weaving Kooni. Ulouot ater, N. 4.
I-YHPI PMIA. nTPI'f-'I'jllA, lVHrRIH!A.
1 hla la lo i'rtlf that aiiilatring aeverely with a dlnenia
colud Iypi-pafa. with much lo f w Ighl, my attt ntl n
waa dfrei trd to Wlitmrt a Orewt American lyiteps,n 1'ilia
aa the r-niivty. Ilavinr within thrre wot-ta takti eleven ,
Ulla, according to the direction, I loiind meelf entirely i
run'd. and for iwo woek aince mv hraith la areatlv tm-
proved, ntul I can rat without fear of pain or inconvi-ni-eare.
earneatly n eon ruend them lo all almilarly
amictcd. Mr, M. H. THUMI'HONM,
t htrrnnd alreet. otir doort below Hanover.
Ir. I., g : wisiiakt a uitico, o. lu S. Hhn:ttM
I, John Trench, do certify that for four month pant I wai
attacked wlrti acute dyepopata; I waa so arterely handled
that I could do nothing but what It would ntl me with
dree-lUil dlatreaa; my uervuua ayatcm wai perfectly pros
trated ; my whole frame aoon becamo weak and trembling,
with confuted LOlae and ditilnraa In the bead, followed
by a palpitation of the heart and gvneral dobtlitvof the
whole body. Erery kind of medicine admlniatered to me
did uok'nm), until 1 wai advlaed to call on Dr WUhart and
place myaelf umlor hla treatment. It la now about nine
weeks elnce I commenced to use lila Iyakepala Tills and
l'lno Tree Tar Cordial, and I do truthfully and faithfully
aay, that I am perfectly cured of hyapcpala, and all other
dtsajiea arising therefrom, and I can eat three good meals
every day, and feul well in every reipoct. I era 7 yoars
of age, and If It waa necesaaxy, i ael 1 could and wonM
shoulder my Run to defend the city from lavaaion by Uie
KebeJB. All persons SiirTer.ng with Dyspepsia as 1 was, are
at liberty to call and see me, for I feel U my duty to do all
Uie b'ood 1 cau for sullerlrif humanity.
No. Ifrtl roplar street, Phlfada'phia.
Tr. WHri ART'H Jttore and OiMce, So. 10 N. rtltCOVD
Htret-t. Phllade'phia, I'a. AU ekaminailona and cMiaulta
itsD freaoi charge. 1'rice. $1 par boa. Hvutbrtuallon
rtceLSi o muiiej.
DYHPKPSIA ! DYSPEPSIA t
Dr. Wlithart I have own a conatant sufferer with Dys
pepsia for the laat elghtoen years, during which time I can-
Dot say that I over enjoyed a perfectly well day. There
were times when the hymptoma were more aggravated
t Uian at others, and then It seemed It would bo a tfrcat ra
il ef to die. I bad at all times an uiiph-aient fueling In my
ht -ad, but latterly my Bufferings so much Increaaed that I
b came almost unlit for bualneasof any kind; my mind
wa sccDllnualljr filled with gloomy tliouulita and forebod
ing s. and If I attempted to change their current by reading,
at once a stnaatlun of icycoldneaa la connection with a
de d weight, aa it were, roatcd upon my brain; also, a
feel! ng of sickness would occur at the stomach, and groat
pain to my eyea, accompanied with which waa the con- j
tinui il fraruf lining my reason. I alao experienced great !
laaNb tttdc, dobllliy, and nervousness, which made It dim- j
cult ' to w alk by day or sleep at n fght 1 became averse to
soritaty, and disposed only to seclualon, ana having tried !
the si kill of a number of eminent physicians of various '
sch.HH' a, Anally came to the conclusion that, for this dlaeaao ;
at aty preaent age ( to years), there waa no euro In exist- '
coco. liut,t)ir.Kli the Interference of Divine Providenoe, '
to wlaem I devoutly offer my thanks, I at last found a aov-
etelgat remedy in oar Dyapepaia Pilla and Tar Cordial, I
whteli aeons to have efToctuaily removed almost the httt !
trace of my long Hat f ailments and bad leollnge, aud In
their place health, pleoaure, aad oit-ntrntmcnt are my
evsty day ooupanlooa. JAMKrt M, SAIfNIH.IH,
No. to'i N. Second ain-ef, Philadelphia,
Formerly ol WoOslbury, lf J.
Dr. WiatlABT'aS Office, Xo.lQ S. SECOND SUeet, rid
lad. ip hi a.
X-YHPFPSItt DYSPEPSIA I
1, Moses Tobln, of Chsltcnham, Alontomery county
Pa , have suffered for mora than one your every thing hot
doath liar if, from that awful dUeaae, call d Dyspepsia. I
employed lu that ituc Ave of tho moat eminent ph ait-la ns
ta Philadelphia- Thuy did all they could for me with mMi
Cshies and cu ping, but still I waa no better. I Uten went
to Uie Pennsylvania 0 Diversity in ordor to place myaelf la
reach of the beat medical talents In the country, but their
medicines failed to do me any good, and of ul iocs t wished
fbr death to relieve me of my suffering!, but aoe ng Dr.
Wlahart s adveitlaement In the Philadelphia Bulletin, I de
termined to try once more, but with little faith. I called
on Dr. Wlahart, and lold tarn If I could have died I would
not have troubled him, and Uien related my sufferings
to him. The Dr. avurod me If he failed to euro me of
Dyspepsia , U would be the first case In two years, so 1 put
myaeli undor bis treatment, snd althotifh I had been for
months vomiting nearly evorvthlng I ate, my stomach
swollen with wind, aud ft Hud with pain beyond description,
X bought a boa of his Dyapupaia Pills, I used them as di
rected, and In ten days I oould eat as hearty a meal as any
person la the State of l'enns rvanla, and In thirty days waa
a weil man. I Invite any person suilering aa 1 was lo call
and aoo me, and I will relate my saffering and tha great
core I received. I would say to all Dyspeptics, everywhere,
that Dr. Wish art Is, I believe, the only person on the earth
Uiat oan care D spepsla with any degree of oertalnty.
Cheltenham, Montgomery Co., i'a
A POSITIVE CUBB FOB DVSI'KPUl.
lll.All VMIAT II K. JOHN II. BAllCDCb: HAV.sJ,
Ko. lf)M OLIVF. (street, j
Phlladelphle, January A'd. (
Dr. Wlahart 81r; It la with much pleasure that I am
now able to Inform you that, hy tha use of your great
American Dyspepsia PHI, I have been entirely cured of
thai most dlotresslng ojuplaint, Dyspepsia. I had baen
grievously attllctid for the last twenty -eisht years, and Air
ten yeaia of that time have not been rrvod fr.nn Ita pain
one week at a time. 1 have had It In It. worst tonii, and
have dras-ued on a nvst mlserablo ca'stence tn pain day
and nhiht. Ktery kind of tood tlat I ate Ailed me w ith
wind and pain, It mattered not bow light, or how sasalt tha
quantity. A continued belching was aura to follow. I had
no appetite for any kind of meats whatever, and my die
tress was ao giant lor several mutli bet. ire I heard of
your l'llls. that I trt iiioial wieiird tor death. I had taken
very&lfg that I had luaid of for Dys,, epais, without re
ceiving any bem-tlt ; hut'on your l'llls beiiu rocommeiuted
tome by one who l.utl been oure.1 hv ih. m, I ooticludcd to
give liu-ni a trial, altliouuh I had no laith iu fieui. To y
utter asl, nUlincu', li'ound mysel, gi-utiiu bettor hefo-a I
bad taken one-lotirih of a b x. aid. after taking half a box
1 otn a vrlf w,,in.miif con r.v aiiytltimj I ir.i, aitJ eujoy a
beaity meal llirte tunes a de) , without tnoimvenlcnoe fruia
aujlhlt g 1 cat ur drink. It' vou think proper, you arc at
liberty to meke this public aud n icr to uie. 1 will cjieor
ruliy give all di-sliable luformaflou to any otie who may call
mil Yours, respectfully, JOHN U. H VIICOCK..
Porsi lo id lir.'WIHIIAIlT SMedlcal Depot, No. 10 K.
sKiOMi Sir. ot, I'hlladclistila.l'a. Price una dollar per
boa. beut by mall, tree ol charge, ou receipt of price.
I, Samuel I). Haven, bar been a great sufferer with
chronlo dyepepsia and luriauimation of th. kldnoya for
threo years. 1 etuploed throe or four of tha moat eminent
Dlislclana of Philadelphia, aiao of Burlington county,
New Jersey. They did all tor me they could, but aH to ao
purpose. I waa constantly filled with awful pain and dis
tress, and with constant belching of wind aud sour acid.
Sly tongue was covered with awhile coating ol mucus
until II cracked lu lame lurrows,aud was drea U'utly aorel
till! I ofltliues wi.lted for deuth to relieve uie of tny sufor
lngs.lor I bud lost all hope of aver being weil again. I
made it a subject of prayer to tlod that he would direct
Uie to some ph)Siciall or midlctne that would cure uie. I
was told to rt-nd au advertisement of Dr. Wtehart'., in tha
Philadelphia "Ledger," ol a great cure made upon Mr. Jehu
ltabcock, of No. UU8 tilive street, Philadelphia, by Ilia
gnat American Dyspepsia Pills. I went to lhe Doctor's
tiftlce, and placed myself under his treatment, and told him
If he tailed to cure me, It would be the last ertort I w.ukl
make. It has been sis weik, since I commenced the use
of his medicine, and 1 am now a well man, free from ail
pain and distress, and can eat three hearty meals a day
lib comfort aud ltd per ectly well. Dr. Wlaliart, I want
you to publish my case, aa I want every poor dy.peplie.
suffering as I was, to call on ma, and I will tell them of
th. treat ouie I have received ftcui your Invaiuatjle medi
cine, hami; EL A bkl,
Corner of Venango and Lambert streets, near Klchmond
atreet, ftrmeily Horn Wiigliuuwu, DuiUwjbja couaiy,
Dr. WIHHAllT'B OfBae. Ho. 10 If . KCOsTB u-eet,
Tha abov are a few among tha thousands which this
great remedy baa saved from an untimely grave. Wa
bave hundreds of letters from physicians and druggists In
ail parts of Uie com try, saytug Uiat they aevar prescribed,
or sold a medicine which gave such universal satisfaction.
Dr. VTlshart's Pins Traa Tar Cordial aud Dyspapila Pllu)
"pUOrOSALS FOR 8TOVKB.
Pnii.snai nn V.eftember. I4.
Pf.led r,tvws.,i. wt I be rerfs-el ,S 'rtlia f
nir.iemil. hit. Ilns (HKARD MtisV, otitil anm e
a1l;iiii . lo h last., for d-lirery at, a fi.slng mr
at fal ala.ier Da tr.rks, an ot tefcre HepUsa'wc M, tha
fftlli wing arirlea, Tli :
5' :,.el Htovi s.15 Irrh e-tlnilere,
3A ( asl Stne.e, lainrli cvllndere.
SftC feet stove llpe, for l .llr rh stnees.
B.' frsst ato.e Pipe. rr ln.lph etnree.
rrr.r-n.aie win name oris. f, east Iroa f stay eyHnder
store.; also, the pnre per Doiind for stftre 'm, Inr-lndlaf
tlie rer...ry eliows. and most ke acoonepsaled y
asmph's of tl.e artlc es hid ttir.
ha pioposal. will In, rei-ei.ed asreat iho.a anraerly
ftll'-d Mi upon the lilana forms whlrh are ruml.hed at thss
t OVe. and which must be gau-anteed by reepssaaUMas
Ttss l.'nftrd ata're re.erree the rcrht to rsssset all HIJg
dsened loo bish. as well aa any rrota defaulting eea
Irarlors, It; mi'er of Colonel A. J. Terry, QuartermasUr'a D-
ALIIURT P. ASHMFArs,
41 Captain and 4. tj. sf
.7 Pnli.sDer.raiA, SeptamberS. IWt4.
a.r,K wln recived at Uils oftlca enul
TKs.iil.'fi'i rns'ani, at 1'j .clock M.. fir njrulshlng
,"" sit K.MKK coal ,r the WarKepan
u mOi Uf "","' ', mon-he. roesmenetng I.t Ostooer,
nZ?. '"' Mars-h I. I'oalto aeofthe hsv.J
Z ul .7. f teamere, to weigh ttt
The tv.1 I. t.An,l 10 h" ,,,-, InsoatK"
f I'M I?' s !lob i1-" "" board T.sals In the aorta
mill sPu.r. Jl"w ort-u inaotloe. aad at
such Ume. aaDiaebereniiiredi frulshla.lf Ueniaode.
se.en lliotisat d Ion, per wiek. ' u
.,wTm .'hT,,""r" lh"Cal tn proper anantltf.
!-d.. ,s.. HPwlT' "I! trernnsent re-
17 .V. I J0 k' "Td ctsney br p.ircti.s.
at the centra, tor s risk a, d esp.nse. The price ma.t ba
l. en separately f..r the Coal a, lle.'red on t'.Td it..
sH. st thi. porl and at New York, on the term, and ooa
,1111. ni 1 alKire elated. Twentj er cent, will be wlilih.14
lr ra the amount ,,f al' payments made, which reaerea
llon Is not in he paid until the conlraat shall bare beea
tulle coniplcted. Pa.nisnt.ol th. resuming eighty Bssg
rem , or halspt e doe wll' bsrnaile miotaiT when sl,e ba
ps rlruent le la fumta for that purpose.
Kach ofcr must be accompanied by a written ana-antea,
signed hy two or mo'e respona.lile parties (tbnir responsl
hlllty to be rcnined by a t'Dlted HtMes Juitue, attorney or
ollcctor). that lhe bidder or bidders win, ir bis or their
hid l,e accepted, enter Inlowrlttcn obligation, with good
ard si'ftlcicnt sniclles. in ll,e sum or one hundred thoa
ssnd dollars, lo furnish the propoacd supplies. Vo prnpe
slia.n win he cn.l.lrred unless the terms of this adrerti.e
Inciit are compiled wlih.
1 he rlKhi la reserved to relect all the bids If considered
to be lo tl'e Interest ol the service to do so, and no bid Qroei
a ,!f faulting contractor will be received.
Proposals to he endorsed "Proposals for f'osl Ibr ta,S
War Department," and addressed to the undersigned.
Hy or,ter ot Colonel A J. 1'erry, fjeartermastcr's Dapan
ment.tr. 8. A. OKOKUR K. ORMK,
e't-l;t rapiala and A. 4. If.
Ws.itinoTos Citt. Aurnst Jt, 1M4
I!flRlsF..sl! llllltisKHI t HDHSKSI I I
1lor.ee atiltable for Anl lr and Ca.alrr serelee wttj
be pur, hased at UIKBHOKO DEPOT, In open market, til
OUltHir.lt 1, Ifsfts.
Ilors. will be d llrered lo Captain I. Lawry Honrs,
A. g. m . and be subjected to Uie usual Uorernaseai
Insprrtlor. before tielng accepted.
Price ol 'Cavalry Horses, each.
Price of Artillery llorsra. Sl-sleach.
Payment will be made lor an (ill and more.
JAM BH A. RKIK.
Colons riret Olrleloa,
sea.tae.VI Qnartermaatar-Ueneral a OfBca.
UNITED 8TATFS, KASTERN DISTRICT
or PKNNSYI VANIA, f'T.
TIIK I'MK-llDKNT OK THK tTNITr.n STATE.
Or ?!?Nlr.iltLVAjilA1' E8TE;, DWraMLT
Qlif. K Tib 1 .s '
Vt IIKIiKAS, The Olstrlet Oonrt of the UnltM mates la
and for the Ka.lern inattiol nf Pennsylvania, rfgktly aad
duly proceeding on a Libel, died In Ih. name of the Dnlte4
I tales of America, hath decreed ail lrsoiu in general wko
nave, or Dretend tn have, anv tluht. tola Ar in,M.,
J llfiy two bales of cotton. car of vessel unknown.
I oapltiredby th. t'nltisl Htates .teenier "R. R. Coy lee
a vessel o war or uie wnitM Hiates. and brougix Onto
thi. port per the said stoatner 'et. R. Cuyier," to bo
nionlshrd, cited, and called to Judgment, at the time and
lilac, underwritten, and to the .fleet neteaftar eipisee
(justice so requiring) Yon ore. tli.refoiss. charged aad
strictly en-olned and commanded, that yon omit not, bag
that by publishing these preaanta in at least two of uie
dally newspapers printed and pubHeh.d la the olty
ot Millailelphla, and In th. l.-iai InMlinKfr, yoa
do moa eh and cite. or cause to be montshed andoltasl.A
perempiorllv. all persons In general who hara, or prate
in have, any right, tlUe, or Interest In lb. aaid nRa
two kales of coiton. to appear bhr. tho Honor!. wJ
JOHN CAHWALAliKK, ua Judge of tl,. said C.urt,
at the Iiistilct trourt room In the City of PMia
delphta, on the ts.eiith th day after pahl canon of UieM -"
presents. If It oe a couit Oav. or el.e on the Best eourt dav ..
following, between the uaual hours of hearing eauaag
U.en end tl era to show, or allege in due lorta of law,
a reasonable and lawful excuse, If aay ttioy have,
why tha said fifty-two bales of cnttoa should net bo
pronounced to batons, at tha time of the oaotor. of ta
Innie. lo tne enemies f tlie Lulled Htates. and, aa gnodo
or their enemies or oihorwts., llabkt and sob set So con
demnation, lo beailiudgrd and condemned as go-id and
lawful pr'zcs: snd further to do and receive In this
behalf as to mstfee shall appertain. And that yon daly
Inlltnai., or rau.o to be intimated, onto all pareone arbro
sstd, gei erally (to whom br tne tenor of these pmenta
It Is also Intlmatrdl.thal If thev shsll not appear at the Mm
and pl.ee above mentioned, or ahall appearand anall nog
show e reasonable and uiwtn cause to the contrary, tnea
said Di-trlct t'otirt doth Intend and wlll.prncd to dn
dlcailon on Hie said capture, and may pronounce that
the said flny-lwo balea of cotton did belong, al
the time of the capture of the earn., to th. Mo
nies ol the United Hi atcs of America, and as gooda of
their enemies, or otherwise, liable and aubleet to oontleea
tlon eud c ndemnstton.to be adjudged and condemned aa
law ful prlae. the absence, or rather contain ary, of tbo psar
soiib so cited and Intimated In guv wise notwithstanding,
and that sou duly certify to the .aid District Coart what
yoti shall do tn the premlsus, together with tnese present..
YYIinsss the Honorable JOHN O sDvYALAHKK, Judge
of th. said Court at Philadelphia, this second day of
Heptember, A. D. ttvt, and In the etglily-nlnUl year of
the Independence of the said I'nlted tstatea
etJ .11 u. It. l ux, clerk. District Court.
MAItSHAL'S SALK. BY VIRTU OF K
Writ of (sale by Ih. Hon. John Cadwaladar,
Judge of Uie Dlstilct t our! of the tnlted Statee, In and
lor liie Kastet n lil.ltlct of Pennsylvania, In Admiralty, to
n.e directed, will Ise .old at t'utihc Kale, lo lhe h'gheet aad
Inst bi.l.ler, forraah. at ef II II KX IKK 9 8IUUK.No. lit
N. I KON I lr.el. oa MoKliAt, Nepfember It, I'M, at
111 o clock, M., almut bti balea ot Cotton, being oargoos as
United Stutns Msjsbal K.D.of Penna.
Philadelphia, Aousiau.lMH. audi it
1AKS1IAIV8 SALK. BY VIRTUE OP A
-L'l v ril nt stale, by the lion. John Cadwalader, Jailge
ot II,. District Court of the t nlted HUtes. In and Ibr Uie
rastetn Dlstilct of Pet nay vanla. In Admiralty, to two
directed, will lie sold at public sale tn It. higheet and
beat bidder, for caan, al MICIIbNkU 8 4TOKIS.No.UI at.
IhONT Htreet. on MONDAY , Heptimber It. Im. at 11
o'clock M . certain ettton lo wit -three to ft hit ad rest
pounds, now 0r lately laden on board tho brj riuaoa.
V 8. Marshal K. ix of Penna.
Philadelphia, August 31 , lHt4. auJI -at
OEIENTAL DETEBSIVE SOAP.
Thia favorite Soap la Bow over sawen years In Dee few
One Hundred Thousand Familirs
In Pennsylvania aler.e.
It la made aeon entirely near principles, of pverfsotsjr
pure materials, and always la th. same way. gteoea
away wltb Lbs use of a Weals-boar4. aad will waerstsgsoe
as mncli clothes with two-tUlrds less labor than aagi other
Soap made In tha United (Uatea.
ITS GREAT POPULARITY
Has Induced several brainless soapstnakera la Initatelt
In appearance only, and, br offering great Indecetnenta ta
unprincipled dealers, put their spurious ankle on Jhe nuc
bot oa the Just reputation aciuintd by oar Laater.lve.
Tbo e de.lrtng to purchase our Hoap ah .a'd cuusina
aud aee thai
OUH NAMI'i AND TUADK MAUH
Is siamprd upon l.vs.l.Y Pol'ND ot the doap be'er. tliep
" V4N HAGES k MoKiOHS,
I H I'H.skH It It . 1! a M n
'ytTl ' ) 'Il'.tv. Iv S.lJ.t.d b) C H. Ne.0Lt8,r.
at8 of i i.LS I U ar.d BA(' Sireis. Ladiae'
w" g lif.ra,ti'...nt for shuim. oslidUL'ted nv ladlee-
IVSH Illi Hlrvel, nrst coor lielaw ataoe.
The most jomolete and var'ed sUjck oa
hand, oons'-rilrg. in part, of Tresses, auuporters, Sho-iider
Braoc., Hells, rlakdsiie., KtaaUc Hloc sings, kyrtngssa.
Articles tor t.rsery. Hick Room. SC leltl as
n. Ml. sum muTITIlTV.. alA. 14 Hos-lai
1 til NTH Mkreet. aliove Market. Kuotaisiel
radically cared by b. C. k.VEKJSTT'8 t'r.mlons Passat
tiraduatrng Preasare Truss. Hupertoc Eia.uo erae,
Klastie Hioekknga. Hupportera, Blwasdat Braees, Swpeas-
Soriea. Crotches. Ae. . ...
Ladies atwadad by Mrs. B.C. tVUITt. sayas-ly
ri'H K ARTIFICIAL iHA N D.
J. H. A. Orl.DBA.
Inventor and Uanafaciarer of toe
A k X I r I C I A L A Jt M.
Approved aad adupM4
BFS0X0X-0KHXBAI. OTHB WKITBO STATES,
Ea. permanently J't
6. roUKlB Htreet, aU doors sssasw avpnsae, s-aueeas.
aair-lss Ho. 1U1K.SECOHD ST., Philadelphia,
CTEAM HKATINQ FOR FACTORlKs".
3 atile.ae. Ueatedwlth exhaust or waste ateeam. Aiao.
colls lot heaters, condensers, evaporaiora eg,
sella K.loUMAl(lKo.'a4K.81TH treat.
OLD'S mPROVTJO STEAM AND WATK1U
sir an no appahatii. .
tug ay arming as4 VenUuuing Pubiio kiOKUuga ana raw
Mannfaetnred by tlie iar
CHIOM HUJt AND WATF PHATIMO COMTAH
JAMS-HP WOfkfS. '
Ho. II S rut'KTH
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