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THE DATLY FVENTNG TFT EGR A?TT. PTTTTiADELPrTTA; WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 18G1.
.4.' Sclcjiritjrti WKliNFRIMY, PKl'TKMIiFK 7, )0. PIBIT OF THE KEW YOBK PRESS. Mdlnc KdltorlAlR from the Xew York Pnppn Thin Morning. nil': roi.iiu i. i'Hosi-t;( r. era tl e ',,.,. The p.'Iit'cal skies tyit t. Iri.Iitoi. The onilii 'lint lux ( ri d i ut tlif V ii m i' r n.-c a m nlli ;o ue hrcuklni; aw.iy. 'I hi most rri'li' oh r.ers :iiiwt fnil to l ii f ". iii'irVcil clritmin atone) of i ul'lic lit inunt witliin ilmt timr. l not 10 lie ili nipil, .mil c 1iJ not nttrmpt foiicial, tint n pri'l'miml ik spcunVncv bid ,ken r.usecs.ion of the ml.ti'' min 1. Iiietritst id 1isMtirr.M'tiin prn;l,lc-,l the I'nlor. ruriks; e Union runiiilHtcs mind to uo losing tlieir )ld on tlie public runlidrncc; nrul the enemies : the AdmitiMmtinn v rr nyrn und load In eir exultant jTcdittion'ot'iiiMi-tor totliu Union .on;. Now ull tlil is clumped. Tlio pul.lic- tc mpcr la tnyant ami liopifnl. Thv frlrncls of the 'iovern nt, tho ill fonilt rs of the Constitution, the U. rtcTS of the Union ticket, urc full of courage id of conlldcnre. Ttielr fault In tho II Hi h is ivived, mid thi' v nre ready and i fter to do b jttlt ndcr in starry iold for the Union and tho I' in itut'on In liny Held which their enumi.'H rar lect. 'j he ruiiMinh lor this rli.iiipc arc miinifes loufth. For nearly three months our cmididntci id been exposed to the assaults and dt'nnm:ia n of the opposition, and Union turn, havint; ) opponent in the Held to unite "thuir ivnurci id th' ir dlorls, bad begun to iinarrrl auv.mg icmele. Military Hnccesfcs, moreover, wore lneklni; ledlcamrrat l'otrrslittrK had fallen Ir'iivlly upon ic public licart; tho impending drift carried loom and dread to the public mind ; and the cmocratic party, being responsible tor neither intllrlates nor platform, ncemod to present a ulted frcnt attainst tlio Administration. Those itluenrea no longer prevail. The Petersburg did der ha been more than redenuied by Grant's '.d soixiire and Arm prap of the Weld'on road. The glorious victories of Furragnt In c lptiirmg orts Gaines and Morgan, and the splendid lumphs of Sherman in the capture of Atl intn id tlie defeat of Hood's gre it army, hare ro ved the national courage and aroused the hope f a speedy cIofc of thin grunt Ro'.jclllon. Tho tlon of the Chicago Convention has unmasked is unpatriotic riurivises of the Democratic party, ad exposed their substantial sympifhy an i en oration with the Rebels in the Southern States, very man now feels and knows that the success f that ticket is cUlviilent to the virtual triumph f the Kebel cause. The Rebel journals diicloso le profound interest which ttiry feel in the re lit of the Presidential contest, and the reliance hieh they place, in the overthrow of tin Union arty as their last and only hope. The great contest is now to be closed, as it was pgnn, at the ballot-box. The wnr dras near end. Nothing but the hopo of success at tho alls prevents the surrender of the Rebels in the old. Toe open demund of the McClellan party r "suspension of hostilities," In the very tidst of our most glorious victories the cluuiDr ir a hollow truce just when victorious w ir is iviug os tho basis of a solid and lasting peace, try either a craven and unmuulr spirit, or an igerand ardent sympathy with the llelul cause. There is no mistaking the teuierof the Chicane onvention its speeches, Its plutform, its candi stea or of the press by w hich they are sui lined, from one end of tho land to 'the other, heso men have no rejoicings for our victories, heir cannon, which ure so prompt to procliim le action of a party conclave, are sullenly silent rer the glorious triumphs which carry the Stars ad Stripes over the Held of Rebellion, and prj alm anew the supremacy of the Constitution ud the isar integrity of the American Union. Tho heart of the nation revolts at such a spoc iclo. Such flagrant sympn'hy with the Hobel uise paraly.eg the party which tries In vain to inreal it. The party which, in these days of ational peril, dure not avow its love for the nion, its hatred of Ilubeiilon, aud its firm Uo Tmination to preserve tho one by crushing the ther, can never command tbo confidence und lpport of the American people. Under this improved condition or tho public lind, we hope for a cordial anil hearty lint n of nion men in support of the Union candid tos. Whatever differences of opinion orof fueling htvo itherto prevailed, should now be laid aside. The me has come when they can no longer Ibe iu ulged without peril and guilt the peril of rnin ig the country, and tbo guilt so grear. a criui' ivolves. Nothing can be m ro certain than tha Incoln or McClellan must be I'residunt for the ext four years, that tho spirit of the Haltiiuorc latform or the spirit of the Chicago platform mst rule the public councils, and shape the des nieiof this great Republic. Ko other choice i possible. M'o hear ta'k o ' cw conventions, and a change of candidates Uthitis fully, or troric Mr. Lincoln has been gulinly and fairly iiutuiuiited, with groat una uiiity, by a full convention of the Union party, I w hich 'all shades of sentiment and opinion ere duly represented. Thatconvention h is dis lived, and no num or body of men has the ower to reieal or change its action. Any attempt do eo, whatever may be its motive, can only lierk the progress ol the Union canvass, paralyza le efforts of Union men, and thus aid directly ie clectiui of the opposing candidate. Nor can any change be made by tlio OppTsi ion, either in their candidate or platform, tint rill not damage their cbnnccs of success. The takes aro set. The issues are ma le np. Thcean idates are regularly and duly in nomination. Jl that remains for every citl.un is to choose his ide, t'ike his place, and tight manfully for the ause be decides to espouse. We hope to hear no further talk of shifts r changes in the Union ranks. We trust all bought of Bulhtlo or Cincinnati Conventions rill lie abandoned. Tho issues as they stand re broad enough and clear enough for every od) 'I action, and the respective cuudi l ites aro rue and fair exponents of the parties they repre ent. Let the contest go on ! OENKKAI. MX-I.KI.I.AVN I.OV.1I.TV. The World labors hard to distort und befog the ssue it has chosen to make up respecting the nyalty of its candidate for President, concealing a part, und twisting what it luts its readers soo if our strictures. For example we said before, ,nd now repeat, that we believe the Hiihmond Jitpati h had a basis of truth for Its assertion that Joneral McChllan once "wrote to a distinguished ifllcer in the South, ex pressing his desire to serve the Confederate Army." We do not believe hat the literal and exact truth, but that Ooneral dcClellan did write a letter from which his wll- ingnesa so to serve was fairly, though r.ither anguinely, Inferred by the receiver. The World ieekl to establish aa alibi by asserting that rjf to tlie b&iutiartlineut of IVrt Sumter there was no vsr, and i o rrv striuui eiDitUlion oiauy." That in a very grave mistake. The war had seen for months in progress beforo Mr. Lincoln vas inaugurated, but R-I.els had done all the Igbting; Fort Sumter differed from twenty other oris captured by the Rebels only in the clreuiu itance that the lighting on oir 'side tirst began here. The Rebels bad done a large business ilreaily, as Pollard's "Southern History of tha War, ' and other authentic records, abundantly ittcst. And it was doubtless during that period f unresisted Rebel adwnco from conquest to :onuest that General Mct'lcliau wrote tue letter whereon the Richmond IHipatch based its state ment. Tlie IPorM cannot be ignorant that its candi date for President has been one of the marked ards of the conspirators for a Southern slave Mnpire long before they rushed into Rebellion, lbs Richmond Whig says they had noted, whilu student at West Point, that he avoided North irn companionships and airectcd Southern inti nacies. Tlie World is doubtless aware that be ,vos deep in tbo tilllbiister intrigue, and was oUsted us one ot General Quitman's aahaltorns or his long meditated raid on Cuba, which was riiHirated by General Taylor's administration. That Geneial McClellan ever favored tha Con federates while In command of the armies of tho L nion, the II 'orld of courae will not admit; but hat he was expected to do so by the Confederate leaders, is a truth too notorious to be ilunied. We ure assured that at one time when Richmond apparently lay at hi mercy, aud when the Con federacy seemed on the very brink of collapse, a prominent Unionist (woll known to ns) traveling In the cars from Richmond to Charlottesville, neard two Confederate ollicers just before him Lllscnseing in a low tone their prospects, when tlie elder said assuringly to the younger, "Nover fear liny thi ng from McClellau; WO know be is ull t When they had left the car, the Unionist asked of an ntlker near him tlie uame of bbn who had givin tlii. assurance, and was answered "Qjneral Kirby Smith." (Kltby is a Northern doughface slightly changed Into an outright Rebel, and ii presumed to know their Northern frien Is exten sively.) The World is dotibtle aware of itafT olllcer Key's nnlnrky obscrvntlnn just after Anfle'a n, that "It wasn't the gnmc"'to have the C infad erato army crushed, that this would destroy slavery and prevent a compromise. We prei'imn it will not be pretended that kevs wis not ri- voted to McClellan, and familiar with tlie talk of his headquarters. : That fici iral McClellan Is loyal according to his own idea of loyalty we linvo never dod'itd. So Is ht Ii U nd Rodman M. 1'rlce, cx-(lovcrnur ol New .Iirsey, wbn-e Icttir, urging that Sta'e to rctdefioHi the I nion and join the Southern Cc t biiciaci is n part of our national history. So is Fernando Wood, who urged our city to se ed" from the Mate, so us to bo free to join the ConfuYiiicy, So are t.ovtrnor Seymour and .luilj.!' Wi'i'dwurd, who priiatrly evincrd a desire tl.at their States rrspci lhciy should crawl in o tl t .li tl. Pavis concun. Nay, niorc : we are conn.lent that tinner.vl Mi t it llau is tnrr loytil than th; Itotnati Ctilinlic orec!s issued from oni city, wrueh hstiitunliy spi ak f the I'irsiili nl of Win 1 nif.'d Suites with rt.ntiuipt ni 1 execnition, while c rr.nioniouslv enlitliDir the Rebel chief ' I're'id-id Davis," and whi' h never, by any cliurcc. cvprvs a wisli that the t ricn aims should trititiiii. rliiul,- he Ii list I c moic lo al tl.au the I leniw r tic Coi gn - s man from nor city who hns never, since the war hegnn, allowed his Jiiilv , i to roncil" tint the Rebels were w ion,' or tlieir "Ppone its liUt on any one of the Innumerable dill, rcnc. s whi h bac nrisf n dining tlie-o lour long, dreary, blwt.lr years. Nay : we trust lie will prove to i loyal to swallow the Chicngo Democratic I'laltonn. lint wo do not and cannot believe (iencral Mi ( ii llun siillieicntly loyal ever to have slight or desired tnc rout and di-pcrsion of the l!eb 1 Bin. ics. and the consequent copupse of the Rebel lion. Had he been 'o, we kiimv that l.c would not have held tlio ctilhini glorious Anov of tlie Poloiunc, one hundred and tiitv th 'Usa id Mroug, pnraivzc.l, I sicrted, virtually imprisoned, in the ilt i rises of Washiiicton, by less than a third ol its number of Rebels, throughout tha. long, iTight ntitiinin and tore p.irt of winter of lS'il. Nay : wc feci uiu that the R b I chiefs would iever bae ventured, with tlieir g arinirlr in fei'or force, to eiosc and b:ir Hgaint us the I'oto mac on the one hand and ili.i lUltluiore and Chio r: -.ilroiid on the other. Tlnve chiefs arc wnry as well as bold ; and they could never have thus exposed themselves by moro than half encircling tin nriny thrice ns numerous us their own had tlicy not known their man. They must hivo known of other (iuakir elements In tho struggle besides the maple guns that they left mounted nt l entreville. We nre aware that ficnertil MeClellnn thon pro. fisscd to believe that there were h i.o.iii to ioiihm) Rebels in front of his position ; but wo know also Hint not only wns this tact otherwise ( the Lon don Quarterly says there were but KO.lDO) but that our ollicers who stood between General Mcl'lelli.n's snug quarters in Washington and tho Rebel aimy were perfectly confident that the Kebel force around ( 'jutrevillo aud Msiu'sas Juiic'lon nttmlwred less than io.ooi. And tin well-inloriue.i person, who has not sinister reasons for so doing, will now contend tint there ivero usually so many as that. General McCiellau is not a great cinnmtnder: but he had an army which, il simply left toVtsclf. wonld have swept the R. bels like chall acro-s the Rappahannock before the middle of Decem ber. Why thin, did he liiiltodo it r I'.icaase he did not try. 1 Sect use ho wns waiting and hold ing and holding oil for a pro Slavery Compromise when Le should have been lighting ' r a peace. That is tho everlustiug truth. It any candid man doubt this, and wishes an easy tcft, let him quietly anil scv-rullv sound the next dozen McClcllanites he inoe1', and ascer tain hotn many of ttm irM'A Ac had promptly routed and dispersed the Confederate army of Virginia, and thus crushed im' the Robs-dion. If any one shall ills, over four amour; the dozen who would have liked their hero b't:er and sup ported him more hcnriily had he moved against the Rebel hosts with tlie celeiliy and vigorol Na poleon's first campaign in Italy, wo will thank li 1 1 ii to let us I: now it. There may be such in the army j '.lit of it wo know of n a : Ami of the votes he will get for President, at least tliro fourthswill be cast by men who would b'lvc liked him less had he pr; inp'ly und thoroughly crushed out tho Rebellion. The cnlUtititint of seamen at Calculla for the Federal cause In America bus situ acted tlio notl 'e of the authorities there, who mv on the watch for the detention of some Federal agents who nre believed to haie nlrcarly fit1 iglited onu shin for the Northern States with unemployed sailorj. Singular charges of plagiarism h.ivo been brought against Rev. Wm. l'orleoiis, a minister at Inucllan, Scotland, who is licensed of having printed a memoir of one John Johnstone, tin) thoughts, language, aud siiOsUnco thereof being knowingly, wilfully, and furtively nppnprinicd. bv him trom a memoir of tho lute Rot'. Wm. Archer Butler, by the Very Rev. Thomas Wood ward, M. A., Dean of Down; and with having circulated a sermon entitled V7ie . in ( 'rra'inn, the thoughts, language, and substouco of which were knowingly taken, In whole or in part, from two sermons by the late Rev. W. A 'hitler, ami from a lecture bv tlio late Rev. K S . Robertson, of ISrlghlon. There, arc other charges aga nst J orteous, and be is to appear nt the next meeting in K.dinburg of the Picsb tcry, in September, to answer them. Amotig the forthcoming books announced by Murray, thu London publisher, are " I'lic French Revolution, 17W17!1," by l'rofo-sor Von Svbel, of Munich, translated by Edward Wtlberforce; I'.tiliumera," by J.ord l.yttlcton: ".Soiue Ac- count of Ootliie Archiiocuro In Snaln, from Per sonal Observations," by George F.diTard Street, ia two volumes, with plans aud views ; "An Attempt to Reconstruct the I-.arly History of Minkiud, from the Gbservation ot rue I'm noinenaot civili zation and tho Development of Heicnco and Art iu the Lower Stages," by lidward Dunn t Taylor; "An Overland Journey from Pekiu to l'utcrs J urg. through the Deserts and 8'cppeaof Hactria, Mongolia, Turtary, and Siberia," by A. Miehie, with illtistintions ; Robinson's 1 Physical Geogra phy of tlie Holy I. anil ;" ' Memorials of Serviee in India," from the correspondence ol tho Uto Major Mnepherson, agent for the suppression of human sacrifices In Orissa aud the Court of Seindiah during the mutiny, edited by his brother, William M irpherson, with illustrations; "A Dictionary of ChristUn Antiquities," edited by Dr. William Smith, with illu rations; "Choice Sricclmens of English Literature, se'ect'd from the Cluct r.ngitsu v mors, ty l nomas u.siiuw, M.A., edited, with additions, by Dr. Wm. Smi'h; and "Dr. William Smith's Classic il ujid Itihiical Atlas of Aniiout Geography." SPECIAL NOTICES. a-jSHf- OFFICE OF T1IK WAUDKN'S FUR tho i-ort of l'litlaili'iiitils. No. Ull WAbNH' Utrvet. Pmi.Aio i.i'iu v. Septcintxjr f, isr4. J-'frU'r. AlipPelllt'ii tins Iti l.c.Ml nisiir Ut tlili llosril b.y tlii 'Tlaleiiiii Kitiiim tlomiany," lor a li -umbo ta e reel al'lerin tta Jf Ivser ii)sivare,l'renl nt' tlifir iimprtv lu li'lusro lounlv, asrifahir to s plan on U!r In tlitsoitlcd, such licsimi, will IssUu on I'l'libi) nst, If no ohjociloas ar iiauio. OIIAa. H. W'AYSK, lepS-Xt Master Warden !. ol l'l.l.Jel.bl. r?f7- CITY BOUN'IV, FOiril UUNDRKD 3!' lh.li.irs . Oilioe of the l lty ltouuii t anil 'ooimn lon. Ko.4IJ I'ltl'NK Klrc:t. Until fiirthsr a. ah e, the t'l.ntailf flfou will eontlaurtu favtl.e t'lTV BlU NlV OK 101 K HUNllltKO Hub l.ARa to all rt'i.'rults cit'iliieil ti.oii tti iata oftlivoitr ot t'liUndelplilii, vrtieilur i-ulisilii riir one, tivo,ii' ttixo ytmr. I'jrnes fui nUtilnu tttihtitutt- will reeelv- $Inltorli; elr. $isi l'..r Two ypari. $Jfinnr Tiirt din, art hsr-foOri'. II. r. KtNll, I'ri'sliailt. ltoui.ur M. Moulik, Scrt-tary. ell-tit K2f TUB UNDI'HSIGNI.D, A COM--aL' mltl. i..ohueil tjy the lloi'iity Kiiui Ifonvi-nll a of thu set srst W w tl4 ir ll.e puiji.He ot roornllln Ivr liis IMsneAt of dwai'i. iit Waidi, lu auti.'il"llln of the coidiiik llran, inipresgi'il will) the ImuorMiK't! ol ijie 4uhiu.'t,eu-iro tl.(urlt,lluw-cillns to Ul.ai HltU them in sn eiforl to All His eltv's (llot t; otitllllln TOl'llltver r'rrnitil in do litis bf.jre ttle 5lh ol Hiteiub-r irllt reiiafrfl th mostArnest sad tIkoioiis eiertloiii, mni tlio C'liniiiltlM api'Val U lint palrlotir ti4 pubiM'-splriU'd to aid tlio a by Ihtnr lnilueac and hy eoalriljulions of tlm necosiarv nivalis to ct'sr Indium uients euiialto tlioasl oTrea by (atior oouimuiiltiet. Tbf C Jraraittei' have iippolntiHl aatntinant liuaitjRr ofriM'nittlns lloiitraaiiU tn various .inarteri ol tha city, and all recrutu olaulu.d will ho 'Itatrltnitvil prii ruia unions' tlio Wards, and. of conns, Wilt baneUt most larjfuly Ua.so that are molt dethient. Hy uulled anil conilmiMl efTort tha eommlttM hope. If rot to avoid tii draft iiltogotlmr, at leait to rsdtico it to Uithtuln. anl pnsonloii't. 't ii wl.olo uumbur re.uitrad to freo flie city rYoia tha dratt was, uu tlio lt or Ans'int, aoill tuna thousand. rom liiis nuiaher It to bo d. ".tilled thoo who have bn reerultt d ilneothatdata; anil D"h rredlts as theoity my he untitled to, from iron enlisunir In tha navy froia tho city, and who aav not leu rrrdlted to ns; also, fro.a persons enlisting In Urn naxy from tha aiaro nt larnu, and not orvdliad to any particular district, ot which tho city will have tier proportion. Kllurls ara baliiK made to as. ertnln t has oredlti. Tho comn liteo also eapeot loi4tam rcx-rultt from vstarana re-enllstliiK, Hum thu Southern hiales now ocoupled by our forces, and from other quartora. '1'hey do not d..eia It luipoaslb'o, tliaroluro, by proper luorltolia, to AU tiro city's quota. aioaey Is nacenarv, and eaa only bo obtained by tho voluntary subscriptions of ciiUona. 0ucli subscriptions may bo sent to the addreseea of any member of the com mittee, as below given, or to the head.maj'tori of tho coua-Dllltoo.Mv.l-t'tV.rOUltTH Sir.el. jAiiKS) i. rrLAintnit-M, No.i7 I IIUIOJU Alloy. JAMF.S1 11. HUNK. ho. KM CHKSN I T Street. A. li. HCANl 1H0UB. Ko. m i mitKt r street. JOnUUA HFKIIINII, No, 1st 8 rot lint Street. WM. 11. t Itl.K.H, t AI.1.8 OK Hi iilTYLKIbL. N. B. ItnowNK. No. Uu 8. t irr i Btroot. JOHN W. KHA.I Kit, ai'J3-b? So. tsttt It. 81 A I'd Street. fgP MASH JMiaUlIfVCl. OUR COUNTRY SHALL DE ONE COUNTRY. 1 fi -i.'irt'-r f I'lsion and ll.o C-!itUnt,-in, fiifult fu- t ' : t NMiMikl And hut A Itoliitnlrn tl- v i. tou nil in ' h if tl. rr-t ! v I on -f U' NK T , AB11AITAM LIKCOLN I . t.,. Tr . .lid tli- l.lf i. ul AxNDKLW JOHNSON f. 11..- irr rum' -m : il w. Rt, r n.rlr iunt t i l I 'K1.M ANKNT I'l i.VCK, T- b h-i 1 about b- .rr -Mn, .-. Itrl.rlll..n if I --t li fi.iu.t, t aiiort in. w wi ;, r.f in ai l i wir ni nsit vur .'" i mi l isuvr !imrnt , ..tui ll li.v i fie nds vf .1"'." iiifst ana fr-A ni,:ii'on1r.' r"-,ii'ii(rd (o uiect t IN in ;ii;n ii.:inji j nuaui;, Ou SATURDAY, the lOtli Inst., AT OVI.rtCK P. M . T iMi i Mio iAilrll wftlili tn Win Till roil vcr :i I (-vm nw nM whu fc. iiuhIji' 'p with irs,ltt-rt. :nd would !' u'll't g to rnftko a PHUttACEI'TT. AUMm'ICK To dl I-anJ J' iitroy u';r (f!"rl.tn N tf'"'nn! I 'n!ou. The tut -wliii linlnfiil jhel Oo:t!"ain will tid lrt. th Iln.AMM,EV li. crirrnf, lhu. OANIFI. a. IU KlXS(lw,Now Vork, Hon. I. It. rf.N.NlMAN.riinhr.n. Hr,n CIIAKIT.H HIMNK.K, MasikclnuiM t. U. ii.lI.U AM T'lMMiCK, I'.innti Uniil i, II ii. Willi AM It. MANN, HMD. JAMKH M. H('JVKr.,bW .(., Hn. rHAHl l,f (MI l'tN, Ml'KTON M Mil IUHi, K) , Ilt n.( HMtlJS (.innoNs. Dan tix noroitPRTV, k. , I. KNJAMIN li llKIiWhl Kh, K-q.. Dna..Tcll UK KMAN, Innvl lit n. I'CI.r.Ot'tt. r"!u7!tn,i. Hon JOflN' M. Pl!TI.KII, II. -ii. t'lllKI.Krt O'NKIL. lit n. 1 KOSAia M. Hen Wil.l 'AM l. Kfcl.l l- V, lion. M HI HJJKI.I TIIAYKS, A. R. Pl.OANA.xl.K, l.t.j , JollX K. I ATI A Kfq , M 1.14 AM H l'tKl.CK, V .. I rclc-tor t-. W. MMik. Ii.. .r.lv'fi :iio t'. 7t:oi'iii I'.unn it ,( iii .N t'oi.nt v-.'v ;i 'y y. loiiN a. i;ti,i;k( I -T-sl ( t.M.rtr n .f (' uni.:it-ttit Ttmii Meetliij,:. rp" 1 1 K . ' i V Ui I. U sT ISn" ?V IA "A N I A MiMirt, 1 1 .ith1 urc, A i.ii"t m', j.v.t --Onrril (I'rtiT, N. I In citnt-i-nviivwiili tin p t vt.lon of tin B,r:p of A; finhly of (ho 7M nixl Ai ii ot A'tyit. S:, mitt ttit f.Ci 1' vMi li Ihcj itri1 hill plctornii, It ii ordf-iHl : I. '1 I' mi sf,n. ( i ( hi' . - f ilt'icn rtL-lnii'iitt, f 1v il tin- !' nn -ylv .ui :-l.tP iiimiu, Kh-d (-r ia fnl t-, t .- foriliwi'li o..it'!iii'i(i'i il. J :. tl c llrft purttr-n c! tlii.t t'rrpi, tir n-uinit nti of ItifKm . v. tn (i Mhitl(iiiH .r en .ill v. -it'll I ur tiatti-rlt't ut" fkl.l ;T 1 11 J ry, si. nil l e r- Ti-ltf.i" witl.i.nt d I-ii. 'IIi-it r":iy.i'iilii, 'j'tiuattroiik, ami b ttt ruii, v H t'ltohnVd, s 1 1 til l.i' pt ii om tl o .o't:n'(cr v it : or (irnni n.l.ll'TS nd ot fil.h' ho.Hr1! )ipr-i.fitliHwft?ii ttif uu r i-fRlifcfn attd fifty, ih bw i.fi prttttrcii! to tlmir witu mic n-a brtijoti. u." Omit iisvicrU Jriw. of fhi' nltcd ';rt. 'l'(j'Wrtc., thus to tic i til mi .wilt hp ('wTumtniU-il ley c nrbiiv aiir ttn til Tiv ttv mt.'n. and wlm t n o incn In the i'rv(Tif th' t'nitod Htares.mid la en l.uitorabljr Imrjti'ti tlirrcCrpni. 'IN fi id kikI t eneral otllr.erf will le apt"lnfil Uy M,i Co. ci nor and nit McrrU Inio th fciT-vico n( I La .stAt. Tin f n e 'ii he uivd oui (rtl.a l.rnM ( tti Mute It will, wltlic In MTvtrftt' rintmd. t"jnii,t.lf nri.itMl, mb ihtcd. ti'ifip'ltiud, and j'.il at iroldi.d 'r lav fur hi-! i-tr trou(iP4 in the nrrf li t of t I'nttoJ rtlaU'H. I. rtjrii.im ijiuilMiftl Ly hcrtitu tvt th' it ni: if cuin xn utt'.t I'm ,u tl i- rt'-rpt will, on tiinlir ittt-n lo th" M-.;itp lii-j'Cfit.r tJpneuii at llani-ti uti', rn . iv t a ithoili to n c ttH Cjntt'fn1 ttnd miuatis, and. It afior wurdi rlt t : tt ut (.'in, anv tt'ii"'i t, will !-: ciiiiui--:d'n( il nt- diii'dy. r. 'i he .itl mi i a bin II b i nit.' i u in tic r i c nf Uu fMii'e hr tl.r e m-lpt-i mi iiirr dii ti.in:r t, tuA j-l.all I-i llrtl'lt- ti. he in led into thj utikv el' tint Nlitt-ttt nn 'i timet, at tlio (iot.riwr inuydcriu th-ir i"rvt-ti ni'rt'i- f'llj v, A ( Vtnp ff l;vMidt ivii,f will bv ''itaitMO d at Hini Lis j in h i l ( t'tti-v' id . t.iii) t ti'itl uiilitary aitl iiii'itu .it tiiti.h, aid triii.siortutl(a tir trKiui tii-ri'io will ho tiirnnt'ti i'fi -n.s r'criidir.' rrnipunla mid t .iin la uf i,oi ;t".s I) .in c ; !.t uu n, on imt''''i '"it to (''i'rnd M H, 1,' i.iv, lli.r I ttt it 'iratniNH"ijU.(..i i'li'l i . ! . r.tih i r: inf nt. 7 f i t -tml ilic rckin red, tiii'.drons. mid huttt iIph, stp. ( l.i'lt ilt ,r:. Utu.t r , litit hi ru rillU 1 Witi.ltl t1 lit li y i ! i .'a !i hp. will he iit,s).n i. hy tlrmt. lirlKdlPi-i.tiu ia" r.fi.i ltd T-titd, .S ito In o. -.r-i .nt r iK i t i in " tl w it u itii; uvcat. tutu til U.ib ut hr, ni d i ) . iii-t,ii! i ttnilcr lto Hv iniarof . A O. r'iu IV. tr...iTii. r ai. tl iM.imtnVr-!n-ri'!'f. A 1.. It -'T, Adlittnniipnpril, Prnnw. el-t OVFU'K OF THE IlUICiliS OIL (liipi.rtf. .Nil. U7 Hl til'll i reel, I'hiU.lti j.i j. .-Pi'tiiDt'rp 1, lsti l. The lto..rd of hlnchirs ha.p t! in ?x dix'ltirad tin- third uoiiihly do ilvii.l 01 i N I'i.Jt OAT. t.ii ihi canilalfclot k, .uynhV on tl. Ctti lnt. Tl.fTrii tir.fr r IV uVn w ill Lu. f lo .t i ill r t la-- tMi init.iti.d tP-i pi lit ii "It t p win. A. I ..HAI.1 I , iv-f. t'reslut'itt. DKAFNKSS, NOISKS IN TUK HEAD, TUKOAT LHhEAKFB, CAT .HM. Thoia who aitffcr itont ttiuao uia1at?lti hara now tMe vrry tst?iit (.('iMiitonitv i,r flt d nn uiut, Tiia aid'araiuu f)Dt-tru,H.. ly Dr. 0H MOhl U1HKKR Ik tm.l.iuhtlly tlif nw-it perft'ctlj' pf ctira a(int vur nsnnl ftr roavtihii; tho tea tof ilijiaait to wblvli It U Utr.cttul, and i;iadl catin U with wtindti tul rapkiiv. Ttir att.UtaLiti la puiuJeM. OUUc, Ko. I'VT W ALNUT rttrt.et. IKHTIY(0N'AI,H. To tlie Taaf.-I r. V tt Alonhstt-ker, Aortal, Vi. 1W7 Walnut atreet, oirtfd most auurvssCuilv on nir'tr, re (follow u.p u itifrrt Ijc ann. 1 KtirTirud inmt what tha pUhlclaiia caHua a Uorkmlryj of Hu diutn of trie aur. WIl.t.lAM (!KANK, Huildar, Ko.M' nor, So. mU H. Hoooud iinaet. Fhilai'.p'phia, A lit: u it J, mi t pun Ann i-niA.V. (li .liiou, l"4 TM li tn eartliy, that ftr four yrarh I was trouhk-d wrth an o'latiilre diiidiaagit, a ronipiitled with deafnt-aa. 1 Imwe baen trMtPj br on nutr.iin. ph.wh'iana about rapclvlnf mr boiiedl. Homf rnontlia ayt' 1 aidivd to r. Vou MoioUiakar, who Itaa accmidlittPd a parfiul eurr. dOHK.fK fltlORtf AKKIt, Of the Ann of Shoemaker A Tlnd.il, lUnn hanta. Vo.'iM M. Uruadairwt. I'rf.a'e rostdt-nca, No. WCiraen tlrom. YA r Dr. VOf Mrt-MT.UirtKKR n b eoniiiUpilon a lnala MfS ot the Kya. The Hl'KOItJAI, oeratinaa tu Kfioro HlttHT aktllutly nninriaoil Oiticf, Su. Ki7 WALS'ITT fltreet, Wl.erehnndtl90f aimilartcfli.mouial aa Uto above o l v haul ud. ftutl-U' rar- DKAFMKS8 AND HLIKUNKS8. J. " Itaan. M P., FrolWeorof ba Eve and Ear, treata ali dlHaaatiaaj'parlalpInK to the ahove nauiMuMtabort wtih tl. u(ii:.-it aiiccota. '1 eithiicalHta 1nta tha moil rail Id Kiurt'tt m tiio city and eoimtry ean be ea at nil Oftlra, ho. all riJtf. 8trut.t. Artifl. Ivl i;k lnajta4 wltlout pa I a. No ehftijytji made for eaauiUtipn. Oftica ainua trouv to 11 A.M. .3 loT P. U. Ho. ftli VutK Hutata W-m I) I A 31 O M 1 ppraina livirjt Idaraondi. or otlior rrejlmn 8toneito dli-ose of V ill do well by calling to LEWIS LAD8MU3 & CO., Diamond Dealers a ml Jewelers No. 804 CIIESNDT Street, Who will glvo tlio highest cash prteo. snlO-lia JAMKH 11 A. It 11 12 11 IS HHolUll.S AMD 1ST11L CLOCK KBTABU8HMENT, ..ooraer BKC'OMD and CUEHNUT Sueeta, rhllad'a, aoKVCT TOR Tlia PATH NT KQUALL.IXQ TIllKTY-DAr CLOCKS, A very desirable article ft Churches, Botela, Bonks, CoonUlitf-House. Parlor a. Ac. Aiao. JlANt I'Al TV HV.H Of riNa! OOLD T Villi. ( LCK'KS KKl'AllltU) AMI WAliMASJ I Ui. , JalS-ly mock Trtiamlisss ot overy Jcecrtpiion. nt a no iv ur T.' PAnvi?n nts ti . v t. , Itl HI. Ai W, Wll.li.IV w c ni.viu anil JllNOU titrwits, hua Ulaaionds, Watches, Will, DU1 IU , IH I.UB.I . . iilOAh IS WANT OF MONEY ('AU,. All tHisUieii conadeutlaL aal9-3a ruMUND JL. BOUSCll A CO., COMMISSION MEEOHANTS, JLND SHIP AND STEAMBOAT AGENTS, DOCK 8TIvEliT WHARF, rim inm rm a bmm a. aoiD a, a mi bald uat ri iai-tiM t. eouimo ta4-tr VrAVANI) URSIRABU', STYLES OF FALL 11 Clfdhtnn JSf und df lr thin a-tv.M of Kali Itd'itntr Viwnnl ,1 iTnhie HI Tire of l l .thitia K w and ttnalmhlr ht"ia of Kll Ch.ti in( New nod d. irbht Hlyioi of T All do; Ulo Sm mid detrfi)it rdvlaa of Yl u'tttihint; N-t and dNii rihle st if of Fad t 'ir hint Sew hi.. I dt-liahla Htrleaof Ka'l Cl .ili ni h-r mu dt-ilnildr of .ill (' oin: i N w and dp'ah' Htla of Vail foihlnn Opvnlna; th Uaf 0Mt.inir t m )ar i 'ponuig tbla iluT OpcMtiir t ia duf tpitnnit tin tlif opening thli d if MiI"k tl.ii ,inr Ocoi.liif ihtt day (Loilrift ti l ilHV pi nin thlt on Al .t"Vl 8. K. r ..riirr Tnnfi a ut MiW"t utr.-OH. .K'M'-s', H. K. v rnr Hoc. ti h in.! Xhi'Vd iirnr-n, $ At ,iu h M , . I . f..rnf r Sc. en-h and M tk -t un fu. At ' N I '., H y. c-tri.tT rv cut It ami Vrk t arrrr , At ,h v 1 v, ;. r..;ii r r rii I. iui.l M A. t ir.' -t. .t ,tn - , H r , -rr u .r1t it n d M uk.-t trf't. At .It S t- S1, K. t irnt r r-rv nidi an .-rkvt tl Al .I'-K'.'s S V c Ttn r Piv-nt n t Market ure-Hsi. At .(')Kr . S. K. r.Tiirr H.. ni'i ful i ..i n t ir. nn, At ,IOM:.s , . I t rnor Hrrnth iiih M irktt triiA(. !ir..tn;.i ai .1 ii S' run ri i ti i it !(:, t S;i i'i i :; 1. 1 li ipt.f 'trttii cr d r'!t' nt MlrrtHKOii nl i L ml ; rn. and ii itt. i t;aiitiTi and (Miffm SI i tti'tir Tt and ft' I '.'ns Hit .tnitfra and rUutt i. Sti itimt'i mnt i tVv Tnv tef ti . nil and ta'rini' onr M.vfc 1 1. Ut 1 1 t . rill mi l ctiii nine mil al x k In. iteO rail and ftAiiHUC imr X Tl il nl to f All an 'I f vanillic ur 'ork Inv lirO tii ea-i end eiem m- ur atH-k lnv ti .i t. .-nil utt.l raniMio oiir sjitirk I'tt itrd to call and entmina our at irk lo IttMl tn rH ut nl fH'iiln.' our alt.t k In. Iifi to rull m d nxininiif our a to k Itltlit'd in I'tiM hihI i'anii-if i'iir tm.-k . Itaft re pur liainti elai where . r.fi.iro ('"" '''n,' i'rli(. , before i'tirt lit njf pltcw l orn . I't'l- v.- i.-tt' t'H-Ill l-l-rWlllTr. I'.atoro (iiirclii.ainf risewh'Tt" . H.' ro 1'iin a - tn rl..M ':"ie . It. him (lint Intlnir rKewi.tirr . Itt fi.re iti,vhnatin rht-whrrr. Ilr..te itirrnaa,ni elarwin-rr. Upturn nrfhn-.itnf i-'iMrtti-TP . .toxrh1 HotitiiiK, H. V. cirin-r Hf venth and Market s. .10M S1 floili'nu, . K. orne- Savpnth and l.-trkt t .(-. JMNI S- ('hit: itk', U.K.. ro-ti-r Sv.nih and Ma k4iu. J"M H' ( IoMiIiik, H. K c.rtior HptkiiIIi and X.irka tie. .(ON KH' (-(otldnt, H. R. roropr Nivifith and M irkpt -.ti. JnM.H" Ch ilniiK, .. I". r.i'iipr Hyv.-u h an. I M trk.-t n. .M'M'R' t:iothin', . K I'oinor fptith ami M .rh.luM .HiNKA' rit.UiMtv, M. K , c..rnpr Nr.oullt and M rktt ma. JtNKS' t'lithitit, H.I.. rimer Npventh and MttrknlaU, JCM'.S' ('I'.iIiIiih, H. I , 'irnar St-vpolh and M:trktd ata. N. )..-lt.'ilfliicc of fsiunnitT ilru k selllnii low. ffv lAw I 111 AMXEIOAN BANK-KOTE EEPORTEB. TllF. ONLY HANK NOTK ItlTOIlTEa IN l'llILADKLrillA. rUHMttllKU WKK.KI.T. The only mil cor.talnln Ht'OTATlOSit of Bonk y te In FOt IS t:tTI!iS, el: rtttt Aurt.iMiiA, UAL I IMIIItK, nr.w york , CIMC'lMMAtl. Tbo onl oro vrhlih contains the NATIONAI, HANKS as ffcst aa orKAnUeiJ ioincial list). Tho only one v hlcli c lit ilin tho URM:kAL IIS 001, NT lo KIGKTI tX CIT1B.1, VIZ: I'FlT.tTlM.rWs., W ASHI .Nil I ON, l.'l l ..Vi l it. I'll Tblll'Uli, ttll'MIO, III III. ll K, 11 11 T1MIH1I', I l.f.VM.ASI, Al tlANV, I TROT. ur LOtrjil, l IVKNI'i.HT, SKIV YUKK, CINI'INNATI, WILMlNliroPI, ST. I' Mil,, l.iinisvii.i.w;, MILWAUKKK. 1 1 c viiiy ns nhlrh gives ill earliest Information of M.W COl'MKltKKIT HOTKH, JiOII STH.' aJASKl'IS, STOCK TIIUM, ANU rijJAm'i i. Nf.w.s. Tl.sfs.llltifiof the AlilRICAN BANK-NOTE REPORTEE, iiotu n.v.Nt:iAL a N't) TvfiMia.vrn:o, AliC lIM.ljt'ALKI). HillSt i:ll'TH)8 tn.ll AJiMM), IK ADVANC'B. W!ll tri'M Scml Monthly '1'30 .Monthly OKI'H'K, No. I(S S. TlllltU DTIELGT, (third fleur). AlH'KL.SSl, H. K. COIIKN, n ni.iatiKii. atilt-lm iiis. .Tc.sr.rii lifi'rv DKsrui-s to is- jj loili.hi'i lniii.ls thiil she lis r.ilimi nl Irom Alt). -ll7 IIILSM T Slii'. t l.. So. S. hnl Ksll Hirci't. llASr, & III I TV S M.W HI, VMv HOOKS ' ' mill staliburry. tio. .! H. l ot Itrtl Mlrei t. Ui pueil To-1 i.y. 'I'M INK AUNOI.DS AVItlTINO I'luil) Jl ni.il iv-i. lily Ink, ilinct lr.m I uniloii at rti vnt: m rrvs) Ifi-vr lilslili llook .ii. 'I .'smll mi -r htiiro. sio. s t'nl Itrtl street. ON '1 11 I". T.I.OCK" A l)K-Kl'NNKIt "i'ltlN r,. s Alice," isas i-unor t an lnvotic ol the Worlds K- l Trii. Ci.' i'ai'ir, a p..rliun of i. Ii! ti tn for .'e at t.'ii.vu. a iii;i n Ji. sr Itiiillk ll.Tk nnj St iln.n.'ry Snre, Ao. an. tot. lint Street. 1)1 aVk nooKS OF KVEUY DF.SCRli'. J t tloti on ami, ur uia,le to o.tKr, ut a sioill a tvanuo i ii olrl pi ki a, nt rH.VSK la-1'1 I S New lilanic llook ai.,1 si itioio-i r Store, Nj. IS. Ki ll rilreet. 1AKY OF TUK OLD VAKIKTIF.S OF .i 1 l.rtli r. t'ati. nn.t Not'- Paper, miii'li superior to those tl latrr uifliinlM:liiro. can lm haa at .11 ISK A IHTTV'Sl, New Blank tUoX anil Niationory Bloro, .to. '.'id. rut Kill Htrool. sol.) 11 NSAND rF.N'CII.S TO SUIT ALL I i'1-u.'vli'iiccs, anil wsvraotnt for ono year, oaq uo la.nt t'lltSK ,t Itt'Krt'H New Itlank Book ami ntailon.rr Mmre, S US.nU'lltll Mreet. Ok l'F.ll CKNT CAN ISK SAVED UY PUU- cl.s .l.nsiii vnur SttAllonerv at v.ii ai. ni'i ii cs Ktw lilank llool a id Hlatlonfrv store, o. U S.t oUUTU Slreot. euM.lm '1 'HE fNDKUSIGNF.D JIAVH 1IF.F.N AF- M tho llltll.l.lAM' I'll. OOMI'ASY. Tar value ol sh ires ti-u iloUara. Two ilollar, per share at the tioie ot'aiitMui'li- .a noon as thUCompanv Is oriianlzoit II wilt rocelro a net in. -oiiio ot t'.ti pur ihtr.wiilohtimoniit li now roallei hy tho pri -arm os n-r ol tho property. Forfurtlitr portlcnlars and pamphlets apple to ('. I). INVII.l.ll'.RS, jr. K. comer Tlllltn anrt lioi'K Ntroi-ts. KlCIIAJfUM, V KM'.JVf A l i., SoMlt i .. 17 H. TMIUU Utreet. j. MRiEit k rmoriiKii, MKBOIIANT TAIIiOBB, Hayo remOTCd freu Mo. 1'Jo X. Hoooml strict to the S. .. corner of bEfOND end AK01I8lro.ts.whi.ro they have on hand a ttood stock ol CI.OTUS, I s,l nr:K, auo TKbTlNtlit. laueO-lm Also, s sploudld assortuioiitof ready-madeCLOriltNU. 1 K MOYA I,. TrJOMAS M. FI.OWM AN. 1 i. 'urp.nter anil Builder, lias n-in iTod his shop Irrm lio .CtrawlHjrilslre.t l ft .. '.' .'Alt l l Mtreot,od. lolnlnit tl.e old Post Orlleo Uolldliiu. ilavins Increi-ivl leciiiliee tor carrying on the hn.l i. ss rAlvnaiveljr, lie hopes lo rcci irc a slime ul' public plr"iio. Ja7 1 U H 8 ' C O T T A O K. It Thla ever iopnlar.eov,aiid wall-known nlaoeof weiiione vlsitatlou, at Hie 8. :. lorn.r ..( HIXTH and MlMill Slr. tls. is etolu, a most thrlvUu l.u.lnoss, uudvr ihoaiupici'S and Iniiui-'Uiatu si.:inrvli..ii of ALlMIRAL JAMi:S NELSON, PRurKlKWU. The Admiral spares mither tlrue, money, nor attontloa to supply hi, patnms with the ohoh-est Wloea and rjouors, and superior gootck aud Old Slock Alo on drausht, which cannot bo .uall. d In riilla.Joliil.ia. It os ery n.an wl.o lovei hi, country and la fond of good dunk, she the Admiral a cad. au4-liu 1 'LOClUrUUMi 110TK1.S. AMONtiS T 1'IIK I puhllc houses In anil around l'hil.id. Iph.a. there are none to surpass tho now "TONl'lNH." in HKVEsttll Hir.ei, shoe i- CIIKSM I't or. the old and w.l kuown "BOl'tHI 8" Hotel, ar tho corner ol -J',-Kt'. f!1,' aud TOWNSUlf LINK Koa.l. Mr. 1IK..IKHR W. KO.IL, l Proprietor i.l bnlh,whh h is Indeed aaiutlclent suaraiueo for tloor enllre slicxse. The ry Leal ol arery llilax cat. utile end hlbiole will he round at ea. h Blace. and, uolwilh ainndirg tin- times are out of joint, the terms will he nuiio low. A splendid Lunik every day, friun UUU u ctws.. u!S)- lui ir OOPKll' ALK VAFI.TS, 8. ',. CORNER L-.NDKU lHITKll srATKS ''1-l'l;,'" CtHt-'B, T11E rOOIEST AN1J HKST Al ts IN TI1K OlTr. OU) IlKASIIIKS, WIKKB, OINH, WIIIHKIK8, UAI.IKOI -SIA AND t'AI AWKA WINKS ANI.llRASI.IKS.KN.iriSll.II'ISlI, fioOTl ll. ANIIAMKIIU'AN AWLS AND hKOWN HI'OIIT. This celihrated old sund liuvlini ho.n roaovated and tlioroutl.lr rctltted, with one of the finest stocks ol Alee and choice Liquor. Ill the city, tho proprietor Invito, tho puh Ic to lo hmi vsU, coi.nd.nt as no 1. of their ap. provai r"ATYNTKULYw718--J 0 8 KPli willTET Wevo do Paris, t'renuh Steam Hyeln, f " row , liuy kind of weartns apparel, lor I.s.liea, 7tUd. r--t u JJAVE YOTJ CONSTANT PAIN AND D.vrAflllK.iS AT THK PIT OF THE STOMACH' Bead the next column. Hare you Flatulence and Acidity? lte sit the next column. Ilaro yon Costlrcncs, anil tool of Appetite? Itciid the next column. Tluve you Gloom And repression, of flplrlti? Koiid the next column, llayo you Murrlio'a with drlplng? ItcAil tlie Acxt colnmn. liave yon Fain In all psrti of the Systcut Bead the next column. Ilaro you Choking and SutlocAUonf Read the next column. Have os Cocsunjptlve Sjtnptonii AuJ 1'AlflUtlou of the Uvnn Bead Uio next coluum. Have yon Cough, with Dilrgm In the Tliro.lt ,' Bead tho noxt ooiunin. Hat e yuu Plmncis of Vision and Headache.' itoad tho noxt column. IUi o yon All or any of tlie foregoing symptoms? Then read the groat euros of liy.pcpata performed by LB. WISHABT'S DYSPEPSIA PILLS ASI PINE TUKK TAR CORDIAL, In the next tInmn. DOM'T FAIL TO KEAD THE NEXT COLUMN. J)YH1 KI'HI A, A CUBE WARRANTED. DTiirr.rMA hah thk rmxowiita tiiptomh;- lat. A constant patn of ntlni at tta pit f th atomaeh. ?4. K atnlenra anA arld'ty. :.1. t'oative'iaai ant) toii of autuu. 4lh. Wloom and dcprt-iilot. of aptrUt, fiUi. IHairhffa, with nrlping. tUfa. Pain In all paru of ib tttfta. Tin. C'omumptlve aymptt m andpalpiuUonof Uu haart f h. ('i.uirh, wlt phVam 1n Ih throat. rli. Nfrroua flection and want af ilaep at alht. 10th. 1 st of appailto and vomitintf. I UL. Iizlutiirtt riirwiMft of rlnion and b of ilit. l.Mh. Ilradat-Jio and ! Mating la wtlk!n, wi-.h graat r aku. Out of Uia thoii-antl ol' canoa of !.lci,a that Uave mietl Ir. WMiart'a titval .mrican Iyiiri-ia rilli.net one ofthi'in haa ftilctlaf a prifci t nre. W waTaut a cut tn crary cai, n nia'torifif twenty ywi alantl Hold ly all drnrxiti evarwhrra, and at Ur. W NI!ARI'8fmcc, No. 10 N. AM OX). Ntroet, Dtha'.el- phla, I'a. All e vamlaatlona act! ronitiltatl ui froa 01' cbarg, fletifl ftr a rlirular, Trlre tl par box. Mont by mali, tier of cliaiue. on n- c of mt-tioy. iT.si'KreiA( I'YaKiHii. TMt In lo ofrtifS that I har i-ipcpna in tt 1 wrt ibrn lor H.rcf j vhT$. I wai tn at'"l t vrvfiinf tha bt phf nt' tnni tn ma- iT ; "oi" r ihwin wai v Pn-'niora ol Jtf-inr-on I'oiliKx', I'iiiladelphta, hot tiiy -ltl mo no pemxi. I grrw mvite vwry ni :un. 1 wwuM bv taken al timra lUt tkt-atful psittm In 01 lut iflt an1 tojiiii h 1 ao nnut waa It that 1 rou Id ithiT ktt. Ha, rur atand, but would rura about fr.ini ona rt"m to anotiiftr; my frtrtuu rxprcu-d 10 ! iua die, aa tltr appeaml to ba no rvilf for m. In thla ho(va liia txnUltion I plucftl m hii umler I f. VTlaliArt a troaV biota, ami un d hit mtsjicln.'i at dlrtvUHl. 1 in d7 I am a well mn, hoU tnr uma was I have h4Mn on mr frr t, ami work lni hard rVwa aariy mjrn until platan oVIovk al tophi. lr. M ihart, I glte ru ihli vtf llih ato with a Kran itJ bciiri, ft't'liiik' It my duty ojono; jou niay, an.) I want yu to publish It to Uia world, that iftry pt'riHMi auirrrlna aa I an, m.ty hae ilia banrdi of ailiik: yotir truly wtn.if rtul rvmiMtha. All tU k ivrn-u are at lib- njr to ca I and m'1, ir rt- lo ni". ai I wmtt to raisdar all the uocd I can to lurTortnv; humanity. JAMKH II. ANr.I.U fTrrsir of Wait 1 dirt on H iiuiavtiirltic Coutpanf'a Waiving Uoom. tilouei'itar, H. . iTsn:rsiA. DvurKiiA, ivrKi'8iA. Thta ta to tcrtily that iuiUrlnti naverol with a dMaana called lr"ip?itia, wlih much loan of wt iht, mr aitt ntl -tt vfi. dirc'-ttd to Wlslntrt si Orrnt a riirrrfi 1 1 l'vifp lr I'flli a) the t mrdy. Ha inr within thrri wri ka taiirn aivan Pllln, arconlinir to tha dlractloca, I found rayaalf riulrdy cun-d, and for two wtt'lts riik c my licalih la greatly lm prttvt'd, itsiitl I can t at tillhcnl ftiar of pain or Incoiofnl t nc?. I earncntly n-Con m?in! thrm to all iilnilliirly a'liUtfd. Mr. M. 11. I IHtMI'rtONH, JTI hmond alrr rt, W our dtvra bl.v Hanover. Dr. I.. Q. ' UlsiiAKl B Ultico, Mo. 1U N. Hh,l Sl Sltvet, l blmilL-li liia. DV-sri rsiAi DYSrKrntAt I , John Laiich, do certify that for four months pat I waa attacked with acute Uynpepslat I wai to avvtrely handled that I roiUd da nothlug but what It would fill mo with dreadful dlxtrcan ; my urrvoua a.vatem waa perfcUy pros trated ; my whole frume aoon became woak and trembling, with a, confuted noise and dir alma In tha head, followed ty palpitation of the heart and (rmeral dfbllltvof tha v hole body. Ercry kind of medicine administered to ma did no good, until I was advised to call on Ir. Wish art and phut) myself under fats treatment. It Is now about nine weeks since 1 commenced to use his Dyspepsia Pills and .Vine Tree Tar Cordial, and I do truthfully and faithfully say, thai I aro perfectly cored of lspepia and all other dUcnjes aristiif therefrom, aud I can eat throe good meals every day, and ftel wt 11 In ovary re 1 poet- I am 78 years of &jte, and If It was necessary, I feel I could and would shoulder my gun to difnd tha city from Invasion by tha ftctals. All pt.-raxn auffer.ng with Pyspt-psla as I was, aro al Uhcity to call and see ma, ftrl tM It my duty to do all the 5-Knl 1 ran for sn fieri.) humanity. JOHN i.Kvcn, No. Kll Poplar street, PhiUdalpliIa. rr. WIXIT ART'S Store antl Office, No. 10 tt. HKCOW 8rtpt, Philadeiphia, la. Al tiamlnntlons and conmltnv sIkiu ree ot ehara. l'nca, $1 for boa. tieot by mall om resist of money. DTSPKP.HU I IY8PEr8IAt T)r. Wiiti art I have been a constant sufTere r wtth Pys peutia (or the lant algnteen years, during which time I can tiot say that 1 over eujoyod a perftictly wall day. Thrra wera tlmea when the aymptoma were more atcyravatud than at others, and thn It aoemed It would be a great re lief to die. 1 had nt all times au unpleasant feeling lu my head, but bitterly my sutler Inge ao much Increased that I bevatue almost unfit for bmtnes of any kind; my mind was continually tilled with tcloouiy thoughts and forebod intra, and If I nt tempted to chamr their current by reading, at once a sanitation of Icycoidnosa in connection wltb a dead weight, aa It ware, rested upon ray brain ( also, a feeing of sk-knesa wonld occur at the stomach, and groat pain to my ea, accompanied with which was tha oon- tlnnal iar of losing my reason. 1 also eiperlenoed great lnssltude, debility, and nervousness, which made It dim- cult to walk hy day or sleep at night. 1 became averse to society, and disposed only to souluslon, anu having tried tho hit 11 of a mimhernt eminent physicians of various school, finally en mo to tlie conclusion that, for this disease at my pro:. ent age (1ft yours), there was no cure In exist ent e. Hut, through the interference of Divine Provldeuoa to whom I devoutly oiTer ray thanks, 1 at last found a sov ereign remedy In your Ityupcpnia Pills and Tar Cordial. which seem to have eileclually removed almost (ho last trace of my long Hit of ailments and had feellngti, and In their plaea health, plot. a re, aud contentment are my every day companions. JAMKH M. SAUNhKK, .No. 4.71 3f. hecoud street, Philadelphia, Formerly of Woodhnry, N..1. ' r. W IHUAltl 'd Otlico. ftu. 10 . BttOOMU HtroI, pht ludvlphla. t, Moses Tol.tn, of fbeltcnham, Montgomery county Pa., have suffered for more than one year everything hut , denth ItseJf, irom that awful rtJeie, railed Itvupopsui. 1 employed in that time five of the moat eminent physicians iu Philadelphia. They did all tht-y could for me .villi im U cines and cit nJng, but still 1 was no better. I then wi-nt to the Pennsylvania University In order to place myielf In reach of tlie best medical talenta In the country, but thuir medicines failed to dome any good, and oft times I wished ffr death to relieve me of my suflerlng-t, but seeing Dr. W Chart's advertisement In the Pldladelphla Bulletin, I da te rmiued to try once more, but with little faith. I cullad ou lr. Wlshart, and told him If I could ha. 0 died I would not have troubkd him, and than related my sufferings to him. Tho lr. ashuied ma If he failed to cure me ot Dyspepsia, tt would be the flrat ease In two years, ao I put Wj jtli under bis treatment, and although I had bean for months vomiling nearly avervtluug 1 ate, my stomn swollen wtth wind, and filled with pain beyond description, I bought a box of his Dyspraxia puis, I nsed thera as di rected, and in ton days I could aat aa hearty a meal as any person la th State of Pvnnny U anla, and in thirty daya wat a wall man. 1 Invite any person sutTarlng as I was to ealt aud see me, and I will relate ray suffering and tha great care I received. I would say to nil Dyspeptics , everywhere, that Dr. Wish art la, I belie a, the only peraou on the earth that can cure Dyspeasla wtth any degree of cerututy. MOSK8 TO HI If, Cheltenham, Montgomery Co., 1'a A POSITIVE CUKK KOH JjYtfl'JCPrilA. lIKAlt WHAT illt. JOHN II. ItAltCOClC 8 A. VS. No. IfrJH OIslVK Rtrent, , Fhlladelfthla, January 'Jd. IH&X f Dr. Wlshart-SJr: It la with much pleasure that I am now able to inform yon that, by I ha use of your great American Dyspepsia Pilli, I have been entirely cured of that most diitrusslng complaint, Dypepla. I had bean grievously aflllcted for Uie last twenty -eight years, and for ton years of that time have not bean InmhI from its pain one week at a time. I hava had It lu Its worst form, and have dragged on a itwit oiUerable existence tr, p4ln day and night. Kvery kind of (ood that 1 ate AuVd ma with Wind and pain, It mattered not how light, or how sbaaII the quantity. A oontinued batch lug was sure to lb I low. I had no appetfta for any kind of meats whatever, and my dls tr wsh so gieat for several months bWora I heard us your Pills, that I trequf utly wished for death. I had takon verythltg that I had heard of for lyipepsla, without re ceiving any benefit; buton your Pills nalng recommended to me by one who hnd been cured hy them, I occluded to give them a trial, although I had no faith in them. To my ntteraslooltdauenf, 1 found myself getting better before I had taken one-tuunh of a box, and, after taking half a box I oid m rW man, und can tat anything S fiA, and bay a hearty meal three time a day, without inconvenience from anything I eat or drink. U )m think proper, yuu are at liberty to make this public aud rtfer to me. I w ill cheer fully give all desirable I u formation to any one who may uUl onuio. Yours, respect lull," JOHN U. UAHtiCK. rorsale at Dr. WIHllAKT 8 liodlewl Depot, No. lo K. hK,roM H'reei. 1 MUil li4ila, 1'a. I'rl- one duKar pi boa. ttaut by iua.1, Uv of charge, ou raoeLpt wl pra a. PY6PKP8IAI DYHPEesiAl 1, Samuel It. Haven, hava been a great sufferer with chionio dynfM-ptsla aud Intianimailon of the kidney tor three aara. 1 emplovod tiireu or K ur of tha mot auimetit piivsictana of Ptnhidi Iplna, aiao ot Hurling ton comity, ew Jeifeey. They did all tor me they could, but ail tu no purpose. 1 waa constantly 0I1m1 will, aw t til pain and dls tit'stu, and with eontaiti hnlcnlng of wlndauii sour acid My lotiuuuwas covi-redwith a white roailng of miai. until It craeked In larxe mrrows, and was drva IfulJy sort' 1 1 lt ! 1 tilttim?i wished lor ilautli to reliivo im- of my 11 ifr lngs,itr 1 bail iot all hope of aver being well itgalu. I b. title itasubieetuf prayer 10 Uud Ilmt ho would direct mo tosomephalcluii or uit-dielitf tlmt would cure dim. I wan told to rend an advertisement of Dr. Wuhuri's, In tha PhiladflphU "J.adker," of a gnat cure made iTp.iu Mr. .Inhn l.al'Ci'tk. of No. lUitt Oilva straut. I'tuladaluhia. bv the (.Tt at American Dynpepsia Pills. Iweutt-ithe D n t-a s 0 Itl cw, and plncid my ell under his treatuient, and togl him If ha lulled to cure ma, It would ba tho last eflort 1 would maktt. It ha hvu tix wei'ks sin4 I eumineiivt'd the use 01 his medic ine, and 1 am now a wall mail, frva from all pa'n and (liotrenit, and can eat three heariy moal a day w Ith comfort und reel per octly well. Dr. WMiart, 1 wniit you to puhlUh my ease, ua I want averv poor dytpoptto, suileiing as I was, to cull on mo, and I will tell ihiu of the groat ouie X have received fkom vour InvAluaUle me.U eine. bAMLKL i. UAVKBf, Corner ofVenani.o and T.embert sfraets, near lilchiunnd street, formerly from YYrlgutstowu, liurliugto county, i)ew Jersey. Dr. WIHHAltT 8 Offlaa, Ko. 10 if. KCOH 8trat Tha above are a few among the fhouaands which thta great remedy has savod from an uniimaly grave. We bar hundred of fcttura from pbysleiane and drutfgtsta In all parts of the oouatry. aaymg that they novar proacrtbod or toll a medlclno whiehgave such universal sattsfsv tion. Dr. Wist art's f Jne Tree Tar Cordial aud Dyspepsia P1U are Bold by Druggist everywhere aaS PROPOSALS. IROFORAL8 FOR ST O V R 8 , ; PiniM.ri.rHU, gtptasfibrsr, lMt. ' esletl prftiftH wt h reeved at ibe fWn t th v nsto. rmuned. No. Iitia oih.AHli Htp-H, ontil nwa rt hmJX'UtiA Y, in h ftr delh Kry anl fitting n gr aat al Ca.1waladernrrtka,Mor lemra HayWmbOf W, folk'WlUMarticlfa.vit: ; Jf'oalNt.ivptj.lj.tnrlieillnifere. -M Coal Moves, 10-tnh cvltixltsre. 1i fret Htoa ri, for If. Im h utovei. (.:' feot StnTe Pipe, for liUnr-h stfwee. ' Proposals will name orlra ftw ran imn or flay eytlnaef f stove. ; auo. tlia prica pr iKtuDd for tov nip, Inclttdaf tha rMfFry eihAWi, and must be acconspanlad b aemplft of it e arttcies bid for. No prop,.nl will b received exrept thoaa proparlt flih d in upon tl.e blank fi.rms whfrt- ari. rnrnlsihed at ibia orite, atid which mast be gasrantaed by respfiilNf H l'nitd fa(' a rnmci ti e rli'ht to ra'eet nil Mflf drrn M M h-na, a nell as any from defanltlag con ti a.-is rp Hy onUf i,f r.lonH A. J. Perry, Qaartermaster'g IH parimfiit, U.S.A. . AMtKRT Al"rTMRAT. Captain and A Q. U. i V A U T K H MaFt KRVi3(F F I C ff a vfiiili'iVil 1'i:"l,,t- 1 0 dock af.,f. furnishing mrV .M COAL ftr the War Dert fol ur 2 ?o xli rfLf" lht Bw I weigh iJ Of I hi afeli h'a or New v0rfc,m meh qnwtlUe and at end. l..t...e-tTavt.r..r,irrai fuiut4Wi,g,u demaudod. Mvfn thouitsi .1 toi.s perwek. WUMgw In ra ofiallure to ddlv. r the Coal n prnper ntntHr. and at the ,rnPf r time and place, the iirum? Sim vrs the Unlit to reake go4 any detiriency by iurer.M at the contractor rink ai.d tpine. 1 he price mast t given epHrKtly for the c., flrUrfred onward of vet a U at thin prt and al NVw York, ou the terms and eoa-tllti-n iilK vr stated. Twmij pr eent. will be withheld 1 trtii the amount of all payments iim1e, which rterra ti 11 I not to bv paid until tha contract snail have be fully comphtrd. Pavnientft ot tha reuniting rlKMy pre cmt , or halaix e due, wll" heiua. inoutblr. when tte Da I'snrnenf Is la fun.ts for that pntT-fmr. F.aeh otVr must he ai-oompaiHro fry a written enaeantaa. f ittifd hy two or mm re,HMi.hl parMe (their nepoati. l-ilii v tu lu- c riliie-1 Ur a Cnitcd Htitea Ju.Ue, Adotnrr, nf oiIti t(.r.lt -it the hiddrror biddrrs will. If his or their lnd te ncropfed. enter tntnwrltten obligation, wltH good nod siiftlt IfHt sutntles. In tlie sum of one hundred thoa nui'd dollais, to furttfh the prepnid HtippMcs Ko prow sitlon will he considered unless tlie terms of this advertise Uu ut art- complied with. '1 hr MKht is remTvud to reject all the bids ff conldaresl to In to tlie inti'rent ot the service to do so, and no bid front a lf faulting .ontrfiffor will be received, Proposals to bo endorsed "Propoi.aU for Coal fbr tha WHr Drparfuient," and ndtlrrsuod to tha undersigned. li.v criJrr of Colonol A.J. Terry, (Hartormaster's Depart ment, t . H.A. t.KOftUR It, OKMK, atC-Kt C'aptaiu and A. V- AT. l'AUTKUMASXU-GKNERAL'S OFFICK, first Division. WifltiHoToy Citt. Attgnit 31,1'4 , Horsks uoiism: ! iioitsi ,sr 11 1 IfnrsM snltahle tor Artl lary and Cavalry serrloa wlfl be pun based at (ilKHltOUO DEPOI, Inopen market, tm 11 on. tn will beddivared to Captain I. Iswry Ifoora, A. y. M , and be nubjaeled to the usual UovernmeaX Inspection before being aeeeptrd. Jt Prtee of t avairy Horaes,l7 each. Price of Artillery Homee, 9lHna.-h. Payment will be made tor six () and mora. , JAMKH A, KKTTf , Oolonal Mril Division, ' aeiVtaeSO Qnartermaatat-Uenorai a ODiel. IROPOSALR. KAVY DEPAllTilRNr Rurean of Yards and Docks. August ti, Irttt. Healed Proposals for each class aeparately, antsaraasT "Proposals for Class Ho. nam the eiasi for tha navy yaidattname the yard)," w til ba reoeivrdat thiaotBa until the li'th Heptamoor next, at 1 O'clock P. M . at whtosV hour tt opeulrg of tha bids will be oomvieaoed, fbr fur ntshing and delivering at the several navy yards netnesf the materials and article embraced in printed acbedalasw whioh. with full Instruotlona, will be furnished on applioa tian, and sent by mall, If so renuetted, to psrsous dealrUsgf to ofTrr to contract mr any or all of the eliMia narn therein, by the 0 mm and a uu of tha sereral navy yards fT tha classes for the yards under their command, or by tlie navy agent nearest thereto, or by the Huraau for aay or all ot the yard. 9o prewnt ermfnalon and mistakes In sealing the oiTera, no bid will be received which ooutains ciaises for moro than one yard In one envelope; nr any bid which Is ac perrtnit and complete fln ItjeJt, aroordlng to the fbrm of oinr and guarantee, and each Individual as a Arna aaal lian the bid and contract. Ittiiden are hereby cautioned and particularly ottn4 that their otters must ta in tlie form hereafter pretortbod, and La mailed In time to reaeh their destination beroro tha time expires forTwuiving tram. No bid will be eotulderoi which had be received after the period stated, and allowance will be made for fallbres of tha mall. AITff must ba accompanied by a cortifltnl copy of tha bid. if. I liaense. To guard a cam it offers being opened before tha Urn appointed, bidders are requeued to eniorsa nn tha envelope, above tha address, and draw a Una nadar tha endmcnu'tit.thpi r Propoaals for Claaa No. (name the elasg) fl the Vary Yard at (name the yaid)," I o tne Chief of the Dureau of Tarda and Docks, Wash ington, D C. Instructions and forms of offer, with copies of the lawn bearing on tlie subjoei, will he furnished by oommawilanta of yards, navy agents, and the Itureau, ou application t all or either of them. POHTBMOnTfl, K. H. Class Nol, Itrlokst ciaa No 3, Htona; class No ft. Oak and hard wood; oiais Noll, White pine, spruce, Juniper, and cypress; class No 7, Mme, hair, and plaster; class Ne H, Cement; elans No 9, Gravel anil sand; elasa Bo Moulding and fire-nand and; flre-clay ; elasa No 10, Hlat& alas No 11, In n, Iron nails, aud spikes; class No 13, Ntool; clnas No 13, Pig Iron; elasa No It, Ptlas; diss No U, Palnta, oils, and glass; chisa Mo Id, Nhlp chandlery ; olaaa No 17. liardwiue; class No ltt. Htatlonerv. class Ma be. lTire-wood ; clas lSu 'iO, Hay and ntruw ; class No Jl, Pro vender; riass o'.inarcotu; ciitss no 71, liening, pack, lug, and bote; class NoJ4, Hparm and luhrioaUng oita; claim No 'ib. Iron oastings; class No-gl, Auaerst oias Ma U7, Anthracite oral; class No J9. httumluous Cumberland evul ; class No ill. Copper and composition nntb; class Ma itf, Machinery and tools; class A. Cement paint, . ; HON TON. Clasa Ko 1, Brleka; class No 3, Stone; elais Ko S, Oak and bard wood; fisifl No A, White line, sfraee, pmiper und cypress; class No 7, 1.lme, hair, and poster olasa Ha a, 1 'ement; elans No 9, Oravel and sand; clave No Mtf, Moulding and Hre-annd and fire-clay; class No 11, Iron Iron apikea, and naUa; lass No laNieet ; c'as Mo 1:1, Pig lrn;tlat.8 No 14. Kile: elans No li. Paints, oils, and glnsst class No 18. Antehandleryt riasa No 17, Hard ware: dans No 18, H.-atlonory; ulass No 19, tra-wod; class No 20, liny and straw ; class No il, Provender johua No rJ. Charcoal ; olaiu No Tl, Hrltinf. packing, aud n e ; ctas No 21, Sperm and lubeatlng ollt; elans No e, 1im castings; clns No Vi, Augers t rlasu Mo i7, Anturaoitak coal ; riatts No Itltuminous Cumberland coal ; class Na bt-ml Uitiimiuous, broad Top coal, and Plrtou; elasa No alarhiuriry and tools; claa A, New joiner shp; class 11, XI. It. SuUlh's patent boring ana mortsomjtg, machine. . WF.W YORK. Cltvis No 1, Uriels; class No i, Rtone; elasa Ko tX. Rtono; class Ns t. Ya'w pin lumber ( elasa Mo a, Oak ar d hard wood; rlat.NoA, Whl'.a piua. spruce. Juniper, and c preen; clahs No 7, IJme.halr, and plaster; class Na H.Cen'unt; class No U, Gravel aud sand; class Nn 9S WrulJijig aud fire-eaud and nre-etay; class NolO.Htate; class No II, Iron, Iron apikos, and naiU; elaae No U, Hleel; olaisNo 13, Pig Iron ;olass No H. Files; elaeNU, Paints, oils aud glasa ; class No Ul, Whip chandlery : olasa No 17, Hardware; class No 1H, Stationary; class No , llav and straw ; class No '.tl, Provender; elais Not,)har coa'l; class No 23, lieltlng, packing, and hose; ciaseNa 94, Herm and lubrlca'lng oils; class .u Iron work, piping. Ao.; uiaas No tftl. Auiiers; chu No if, Antbraoiia coal; Claris No 00. Semi bituminous. It road Top eoalt olaaa No Itl, Copper and composition nalia j Claaa A, ytra truofc Ac, Ac. PMILADRI.PHIA. Class Ko 1, H ricks; elass No i, bne; class Ko 4, Tel low pine Umber; class No i. Oak and hard wood; oiasS Me H, Nt p me, sprue, juuiper. and oypreiai ciasa o7 Mme, Lair, and plaster; class No , U ravel aud surdj class No 11, Iron, tron spikes, and naila ; cuass No PJ, fttwelc alass No 14, f lies; class No 10, Paints, oils, and glass ; cas Ko 10. Hhlp chandlery; class No 17, Hardwar t ataag . 18, Htatlonary; class No 19, Firewood; elasa NoSO, Hoy and at raw, elaa No 'il, Provamlar ; class No ii, Char coal; rlaaaNoM, llltiDg, packing, and bote; class Mw 'it, Sperm and lubricating otU; clans No W, Augers ; elaae No if 7. Anthracite coal; dais No .10, Heul-biiunsiaoaa Proad Top coal ; class No if, tlachtnory and tools; dais a, Hligu-waur Indicators t claaa ii( bp ark-arras tars ; otsaas O, ,',lU,-,"'U"- XATAI, AHVI.HH. , - Class Nol, Clothing; olaaa Noi, Hats, boots, shoos, e.; class No tt. Provisions ; t iaas No 4, Urooorvs iclss Mo dry good si elasa No ti, Pread, Ao.; cass No 7. Totwooaj vlasn No H.Coal; class No0, Paints, oils, glass, Aa.i elaag Ko II, Ltirrbw: class Ho 11, lire wood ; class No II, Pra ventbr; claw No 14. M Isoalianeueu ( caase Mo la, Uard warei elaas Mo ltt, BtaUouery. , HAMIUNOTOK. ' Class Ko. 1, Bricks ; clash No 9, Hionet class We V TeA low ouie lumber; class No 0, Oak and bard wood; claaa Ko ft, vV'hita pine, spruoa.iuolpar, and rvproasi class Ma 7, l-ime, hair, and piaster; class No H. (dement ; class Mo fl.tiruvel and sand; rlass N,o Moaldlnt and flre-saad and flrr-clav; class Vo 11, Iron, Iron nalla, and sMkea; das No 1 , Steal; elasa Mo 13, Put-iroa; oiaaa M 14, Kilos; elast No 1ft, Palms, oils, aud glass ; clas hf, ttiilp chandlery ; elass No 17, Hardware; class Mo lg, Sta tionary; class Ko It. KlrewmKt; elant Mo iO, Hay and straw; da No 81, Praveni or ; elasa No tt.Ctiarooal, claws No .'3, Belting, pack ion, and bo ; olaaa Ko M Hperut aid lubricating oilai ala No Anthracite ooai ; claaa No iu. l.iiominous Cumberland coal elass MoiiX, Ma chuitry aud tools. KOKPOl.K. Clans Ko t. Bricks; clans Noli, Yellow pine Umber; elafS Not, Yellow pine Inuibor; class Ko. ii.Oak and b trd wood; class Nu d, White pine, spruce, juniper, and er press; class No 7, l.luie. hair, aud plaster; clans No S, Cement; elasa No ftlt, Moulding and ttto-kaud aud fire-clay t class No le, Miatr; elaisa No 11, Iron, lion splkte. aud nails; class Me llbi--li elass No I J. pig irou; class N-t 14, riles; elasa No 1. Paints, oils, aud gai: class No 14, Hiifpuheudlerys ( lass Ko 17, Hardware; class No ia, htatluusry; oiaS tie 11. Klrtrwood; class No ), Hay and straw; oiaaa No 81, prnveudor; class No Ity.t'harroai; class No 'i. Halting, packing, and hat-r ; cta No i4 Njierm and luhrtratlng ull; elais Nu'Jti. Augers: clss No 7, Anthracite eoal; eiasa No ai, Itituinmoiis Cuuiberland ooal; class No au, Hemi bitauilnous, It road Top coal, lump ; class NoSl,l)tppr,nd coiuputiliion nails ;ciaes No ii, Machinery aud tools i uUad A Sashes, guut-d. Claii Ko frhlp chandlery ; class No 17, Hardware das No 1H, 8tatbuery 1 cltvss No 1:. Firewood ; class No yi), llsyaitd straw ; class No il. Provender; class Noli, Hpejmand lot rlciitlng oils ; cla-'S No-jtf. Autrers; elass No lf, Anthracite cal: clans K i, Bltuuilaous Cumbsriand cval ; class No 3i, Macliinery and loois. aui4-iw N I3"W GAME OF OABDeS. TBE HEW MUSICAL GABDS I AMM (Patronised b the KoyAira-U0'' KneIaniJ).ar sent by IMt ftJ ?HKir: I'OI 1.AK.H. 'fhe.r an . a most amu.mt ! v. V .fi. h mu.ia1TIib. uuiclusr UiAauuroiW )i..iiuir,W4u ""'AMat latastl " c,cver f ama-Tlm.,. ttr""pr.l ri-r teaehlns Musical T.uw."-Illas- ,ridl; 'Tio7vk, So. 61 Vf. THIBTT-8IXTH Strssst. Kew KurA. "ii-t T XAJUNTINCt I-1'AINTINO 1 1 Ko. 47 S. THUD ETBIET, AJJOVE CUEHKOT.PULLADIXFUIA. FAI1Y & lillOTUKn, Eonse, Eign, snd OruameDtaJ Faiaiers. Ore It In, , OUrslng, UUilUw on OIms. lalaoliUu Tsnitehiii,, to. w NOTED IVVL JlAMDSOJiia 6TYLI.3, ,1 pSTAJJUSUMEsNT, .ASOHaUHiS rX9S3. . A roUXENEa IQ CVSTQNEU9.