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1TIE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAHI. PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMHKIt 0, 18G4.
f eclcqvaph MIIDAT. PEPrEMBKIl 9. 1S14. THE FBFSIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN. Letter from 0n. McOlellaa Accepting the Chicago Nomination. UNION MUST BE PRESERVED AT ALL HAZARDS The following Is the letter of (lcner.il MVCIol lan ncreptlPK the fulrsMfo wwilim'ton : Ohki, N. 3 ., ttopt. 8, Wi4 .r-ntloinon: 1 h-nrc lh honor to eltnowlel(jP the receipt 01 vur letter Inlernunr Bie ol hit nomination by tlie Demncrntto National Convention, recently aawnililtil at I lilcaun, ae iheir eauitidato t tlio next election lur l'rwiilont of io I'ulted btatm. It U r.eefry for me to nj to yon that this gemination cornea to me linoulit. I am l'i y to know that when the nnmlnntlim van made the record of my public Iho was kept iu rlw. Toe elhwt ot lona; and varied aervle In the armr dn'tfdwnr and peace, baa been to tn ri!li. n ami Biake indelliblo in my mind and heart the love and Feverence (br the Union, ( nnntitution, laws and tl of onr conntry ImprcMed upon me In early routli Tbee llliit have thua tar unlded the eounc of my lte, and ninat continue to do ao to lit end. Tlie existence of more than one Government over the reason which once owned our Bar, i Incompati ble vtltb Ibe rcacc, the power and the uappmtwe of the people. The preservation ol onr Union was tlio aole avowed otlcct for which the war waa commonoed, and tt lovld have been conducted In accordance with throe rrincinloe, which 1 took occasion to declare when In active aervice. Thua conducted, the work el reconciliation would have been eaf y, and w c nHlit have reaped the leuciits of our uiaiiy victories on tlio land and the tea. The Union wai originally formed by (lie exercio ol a spirit of conciliation and compromise, mid to restore and preserve it the name spirit mut prevail in our councils and in tlie hearts of the prop r. Th K-eitahlistimeiit of the Union In all its Inrci'Hty 1 nd mast continue to ho the Indispensable condition In any settlement. go soon as tt Is clear, or even probable, that our present adversaries are ready lor peaco upon the basil of the Union, we should exhibit all tlio re source! ot statesmanship practiced by civilized na tions and taiifrht by the traditions of the Aunt. can peep e, consistent with tlie honor and intorotte ot the country, to secure such peace, re-ostblisli tlio Union and guarantee for the luture the conditional rights ol every Htate. lue Union Is tlio ouo condi tion of peace, and we ask no more. Let me add v bat I doubt not was, although unex pressed, tlie sentiment ol the Convention as it is ot' the people they roproseut, that who n any one Stats Is willing to return to the Union it should be received at one wixh a lull gusranetv of all Its constitutional rights. It a frank, earnest and persislent ed irt to obtain these objects should tail, tlie re-ponsibillty for nlterlur eonseqnencce will tall upon thosn who ro p sin in arms aiiainst the Union, but tlio Union mint t pteserved at all hatards. I could not look in the face of mr fallant com radii ot the armv and navy, who have survived so many bloody battles, and toll them that their labors and the sacrifice of ao m my of our sin n and wounded brethren had been in vain that wo had abandoned that Union lor which we havo so oltcn perilled onr lives. A Tart majority of our pcoplo, whether in the armv and new or at home, would, as 1 won d. hail -.tubounded Joy the permanent restoration of ace, on the basis ot the Union uudur the Con-uiu. tdon, without the ctnision 01 another amp 01 moon, but no peace can be permanent without Union. As to the other subject presented in the rwolu Uons of the Convention, I need only say that llionld seek in the Constitution of the United Status, and the laws framed in accordance therewith, tho rue of mr duty and the limitations of executive power, endcavorius; to rostoro economy iu public expenditure, ro-establisii tho supremacy of law, and by tho operation ot a more vigorous nationality, ro lume our coiuniauding- position among tho nations oi the earth. The condition of our finances, tho doprociution of the paper money, and tlie bunions thereby imposed on labor and capital, show the necessity ol a return to a sound financial system, while tho rights ol citi aeni and the rights of States, and tho binding autho rity of law over the Presdeut, the army and the peo ple, are subj(U of not loss vital importuueo iu wur Uian In peace. Believing that the yfewi here expressed are thoso of the Convention and tho people you r present, I accept the nomination. I realize the weight 01 tho responsibility to be borno, iliould the pcoplo rat ty your choice. Conscious of my own weakness, I can only seek fervently thogufdance of tho Knler ot tho Uuiverso and relying on 11 is all-powortul aid, do uiv best to restore Uuion and peaco to a sulferinr people, and to establish and guard their hberiies and rijrhts. I am, gentlemen, vorv respectlully, Your obedient servant, l.iconoK B. MoCi.itM.AS. ilon. Horatio Hktmodb, and others, Committee. LETTER ntOM QENEEA.L QEOT. Ilia Opinion or Pears ami ( ompronilHC PlatforuiH VlKorouo 1'ronecnt Ion or the Witr Irnesl na AUnoliiK'ly Niressary to Prsirv) the lla;nttjr of the Nation. WAaHilioToir, Sept. 8. The following letter, written by General Grant to Hon. Mr. Wash BURkX, should be printed Iu letters of go d. It gives not only an encouraging view of the military utn&tion, but li a most effective argumeut lor a Vigorous prosecution of the war and the re-election ot the present Administration, which is alone pledged to auch a course. io higher authority in military matters can be consulted, and wtien such a clear statement la made of our good prospects anould not one more uprising of the North ta'o placet HlAD-ODARTKKR AltMIKH Or Til X I" NITK.O HTATES, City 1'oikt, Va., Aan. 1, 1H8I. To lion. K. tt. W AaiiBintna. Dear Sir: 1 state to all citizens who visit me that all we want now to insure an eaily res toration ot the Union is a determined unity of sonti- ment North. J ho Jvebcls hare now in their ranks their last man. The liltie boys aud old men are guarding prisouers, punrding railroad bridges, and forming a good part of iheir garrisons tor intrenched positions. A n an lost by them cannot bo replaced. They have ro! bed the cra llv and ;lio grave cqu iliv to get thiir i.reM-nt lorce. llcsides what they lose 111 frraui nt skirmishes and l ottles, they are now loslni? from desertions and other cans at least one re !. ment imt day. With this drain upon them the end is not lar dis tant It we will bo only tru:- lo ourselves. Their only bore low is in a dlvxlcd .Nuitli. ibis unilit give them reiniiireeiuen'i irom Tennessee, Kentucky, Mary'aud aud MisHoml. while It would weaken us. With the diait quickly enforced the etn-niy would become disponde-.it, and would make but little re alstai ee. I have no doubt but tlie enemy are exceed. mgly anxious to hold out until alter tho l'resideutial ulection. 1 hei bave many hopes nom its c-Uec s. Tliey hope a oi'Uiiter revolution; they hone the election of tlie I'eaeo candidate. Iu tact, like "M' caww-r," they hopj lor soiuoihing lo "turn up. Our I'eace Iriend", If they expect police Iroin insp ira tion, are much mistaken. It would b it be t lie be ginning oi war with thousands ot Northern meu Joining the Soutb because ot our disgrace iu allowing aeparauon. To bare "peaoeon any terms" tne noutu would demand the restoration ot their slaves already freed; they would demand Indemnity lor losses sus tained, and they wonld demand a treaty which would make tho North slave-hunter for the South. 1 hey would demand pay or tho rustorution of every slave escaping to tlie North. Your, truly, U. 8. Gbakt. Cir.OBGE FRANCI) TRAIN AXIS OHXE HAL Met I.KI.I.AN. One of the most conspicuous and active of the Voltticlana at Chicago via tho celebrated Mr, Train, who waa, however, displeased with the wulta.and Iiai written tlio followiug lottor to veneral McClellao ; , '""oo.Ill., Shebmaw IIot'NE, August 31 ir'l,-;M"jr-lieueial George IS. MeCk-llan a,raiJ ie "p.rW blr : ''' W ,lnK '"ut 1...., i"' urM w cbeer ior you on my more tot-'MlXy JiveretU of aUty, through the AoitS," f Jiaimauon. were the Ural to nominate you in i'?," ladolpulA Int December. Whou the German and Iritfa votcia learn that their old enemy, the Know JNottiings, crop up again in your nouiiuation, tUer will be tii laat to support you. ' "2. You roust accept or devllua. The revolu tionary couveutlon givea you no power to modil. If you do noi win, revqlatlon follows in the North. That U ftlit jLuedtwl ttopei ivr. llirw jwi more ( lcrallreil p'raijr and she will own the comtncnlnj arm. "Vnu are ImekeJ liv t'vo lo-liie iilem : "H. The Allieny Regency, that neifiitiati'd the matter Willi VaWaiitlignam anil Pendleton, never yet mceeiiled In auMhinir. They commenced killing Van lluren in torty-fnur, ami tlniahed hltn In forty-cipht. Thev killed M ir.y In titty twn. 1 hey opened on Douglas In lifty-six. and polished him oil nt Churlcatnn In sxty. II w, then, ran on in tlieir bunds expect to sharo a happier fate ? "I li.ive done iiv 1, ,.t tn sive tlie Deniocrii'ic (any Innii ruin, as hiinilreila of ileleiitea will teti(y ! hut the Mind conlnleiiee of the K.N.'s. tlie siranpe iiif.itueion ot the A. II., and the rain expenditure ol the A. Ii. were t niiirU for iti l.ilv.ni.in. There Is nne wnv von r.in show yoursel a pntrint mid help sine the Union. Hi tire in t'uv.ir w ine eoniing man, and aivcpt tlio position t Seeretary ot Win, or l.ieiitoiiant Donenil of the Ann rieun armv. Otherwise vo l ileKtroy youisclt forever, nml eurrviiown with you the largest lo;id of pnsseni.era that ever entrusted th"ir fortiuiea on bonnl of one slrn. "Votirs, moti'espeetfnnv, "HlJOllOK l'NlAM'tH Tints." THEATRICAL TYPES. 'rotiifitrris. TreiiNtirerst, Motirjr Takers, I lin k Takrrs, .'-n atnlvrsi. slnr 'irentcr. Ikripsrl.y Men, t'of iiiik-tn, i nil lto. IVrrtiojitlerH. tiiisiiieii. Hull I'orter. t-i'iil Irmrii'si lremtr. I.it'lls'' Iir'eri, hih! Snirniini'rarlei. lhou;:h there may Ik; no end to the myriad cotiilntiiitioti'i id' color formed hv the hits of cjuss In knit idon'i pe, and no end to the niultHonn vniictics of chanicler iloelnpeil by the sinulnr coi.ditioiis ol tlientiic ill life, there must he an end to u desci ijtion of theiii. Kins are not more linpi nitive tbnu rhymes; and thymes, on their own ground in l ooks 1111. 1 ncwsi-apers, are nol so iniietathe as vpiice. There arc ninny more types ol player than liuvc be n treated ol in tlicie pc?cs, ninny more than would he interesting to w lite of, and many more than the reader would cine to hear about. Otherwise mnnv hundred words should ho do- voted to the prompter, w ho is usually cither 11 very young nmn, hove In lief in the manager nnd In tlie n.ice-iniiiiiiKcr is touching to witness, or a rv old one, long past belief in anybody or in or) thing, including biiiakespeurc, hut the creature column.-., Ins old palis, his old pipe, mid his recol lect ions ot the old actors, to whom, to ins mental vikinii, the luixlciii men nre Imt us a gutlenni; rui-h-lvlit to a giuss-tlrop chandelier. Tin ri i the trcusuur, called hy the rompnuy, nut ii.at'propriatelv, the 1 irt Kobhvr. lie is iicntialK n t-rv t i nn persoi.iiue, in the nuttiest of collars, and liiirjiiml hoots of the tnost. il izlirif? lachiutn. 11 c i 11 niosi iiuinuiie. iiieniioi liiu nuiiniL'i 1, wliinii ii 0 liute.-, nml who b.itcH 1 1 1 11 . They know fitch other too well for anything; like mutual iNicem, hut, tne Kniie to the link, tlio v are ii.oispcnsublc to each other. The treasurer esMitnes ulra 01 patronage to the actors, una thinks it n vi ry fat tliitifc to inhhc-s any 01' the corps ile ballet a "my dear." Though u well drtssid man, ho Is a shade too showy lor a gen tleman ; anil the nape of his neck, which is aiwaya bulbous nml self assertive, lifts itself too fur cut oi his coat-col lur and gives a snaky hiik (iestionof a back view ot the throat 01 Mr. Win. tSykes of hoiibeiircBkiDH eelchrliy. Tlio trea surer has 11 kooiI stilury, mid t Invariably a pros perous, mun. All folks about a theatre thrive, txt'cpt the neb is. Thtii.the money-takers nh ! the nmney-tahers tiny are a most dillietilt subject. Who would nbiife an honest industry w ho traduce the fol lowers to a laborious culling; ? The cobbler w ho was ik-ked why ho applied for the situation of keeper to n lighthouse, answered that he sought the 1 tllcc because lie disliked eonllueiuent. The tame taste, perhaps, hiwls men w ho lollow pro iiuible tailings to shut themselves up in a gas. perttimid box for huH'-B-erowu or throe shillings a ni(iht. Klgbteen shillings a week is not much; pel haps there maybe penluisites to eke the small tii in out. Whoki.ows? Yc ers ago, when the unhappy fate of (ieoru llarnwell still drew sobs from ladies whose w aists were two inches lung, und whose skirts were about two kit wide, one of the patent theatres was mmiHgetl hy a gentleman w-ho eanio from the other side of the Alluutii a shrewd man, and un ob.-eivniit, with a iiiiekeye for the mouth and nosiiils ol thiee whom he addressed. Aiuont; other things he noticed that his box money. taker avoided him. At the manager's approach he would dart up nn entry or into a tave rn or shop. All smiles and deference wheu spoken to, he seemed to dread a tete-a-tete. This eccentricity set the Yankee inuuagcr thiLking. One oaemplover nnd employed trusting one and trusted met in Russell street. As the nuiiey taker removed his hat a thought "blauuiulicu lnted" ttcross the manager's brum, lie acted ut once on its suggestion. He pointed his right fore linger between the money-taker's eves, and said, "1 know all I Come to me in the treasury in nn hour's tin. c, nml tell me how fir you a 10 im plicated, and I will not pro-ecute. If you do not ecinc oiif.' I give you one hour." And the malinger walked oil to the stae-door. Within the hour the box nioncy-tukcr had re vealed a systematic pluu of robbery, so artfully contrived and of to enormous 1111 extent, that tho nmiuiger flood c.mtotiuded and aghast. The money-tal'ers and check-takers at each door of the theatre that is, the whole gang never Bgum show ed their luces. 1 um leiirlully robbed at my doors. Slid a modern manager to a friend. " hv not send your money und check-takers away : was the reply. What! cxciauncuiue Knowing uirecwir, "i have had these same men for the last twenty years. They have all ue.tiired prowrty rows ot nouses una me rest 01 11. mey are mil gorged. )o vou think I'd exchange them tor fresh blood suckers r T hey would waul rows or houses too. No. Give me my old and fait bin I thieves who like me, and let uic oil easily : a new lot would be my ruin !" ISot that tnese pages would nsseri that nil money and clieck-t ikers are 01 lliu samo pro- Ksmi n as tne tony geut emeu mentioned la 1110 Knslcrn tale, who met a deserved and oleaginous death at the hands ol one Muri ina, who"potted" them in laru. Hut it is a hard late to continually linger the cash of otlicis; und constant oppor tunity is a tcrnble iciitptuiion. The tci.c-puintiris usually one of the pleasint cstmt n in the flu a re. Kiug iu his mug painting rocin high over the stage, he recki nut ol tlio w hitlot passions mid vanities below. It is a greut power tbetbeatrlcal seine paiuter hol ls be tweeu his pliant thumb and lingers lie copies raiure on a large seirc. It must be high delieht to look upon a broad tint, white surluce, and choose whether it shall betcnieitcd into nn l inn's palace, all pillars, curtain.-, gold tassels, fringes, aud polishcl-ruir- 101 11 11 hie t'oor, the hot uu shining on a foiiti tnin in tliedi.-tiiiice ; or into nn Alpine gorge, with blocks 01 snou -covcrea sioue and tuucrcil br tn t-, w iih plains of ice conducting to a frosty hi r en ; or into a inngii I in's ca.ern, where the dark locks, cut in Innttistic torms, loom into sight in the shape of squatting demons, petrilicd giant-, and ghostly vi i;ebr.e of huge und hideous it tues; or into a tp.irMing, rippling sea, with hut one w hile speck of sail between it and the clear dome of blue sky ahove It. They nre gient privileg s. Hut the gnat charm of the e.t.-pauiWr lit'; i v t'ke oil his well etil.w e'l bru-bfd gariht nts.iir.d don hi- p dntinj; suit; then he rocK in t'irt, and dau'ufl, atll spi ts that Hie of bit ilothcs and not of him. How! That veiy faultlessly got-np gcnliciiiau, wliu just now asked for letters iu the ball th it t xqiiirilc ill the black frock-coat, pearl-colored trousers, fashionable but, mid perfect boots can he be tl Is canvR-y creature, in 11 wiuc-atvake which a thriving farmer would be a-lniuicd to see upon his scarecrow f That dirty jacket, thoo i-limy trousers ! Is it a beggar who has made himself a suit out of old sail-cloth ? No! It is au artistic gentleman who owns a villa In the neicli boibood oriiuinpsteud, who lias choice wines in his cellar, and Is a captain of volunteers. These ure his working clothes. In those present duys of scenic display, when eveu no poor ghost can walk undisturbed by scicutilic satellites, lime-lights, mirrors, and the like, the scene-painter is a far more important person in a theatre than the tragedian not that the bearing of those gentlemen would impress a stranger with the fact; for by so much as the tragedian Is pompous, blatant, and assuming, the scene-painter is easy, natural and polite, l'cr lisps the tragedian" takes his tone from the brigand-chiefs and aspirlug patriots, whose char acters he assumes; and tlie scene painter, with his keen eye for the glories of color and know ledge of the combinations of natural beauty, know s how to blend himself harmoniously. The stage carpenter is a singular creatine. He is the victim ol a delusion by which he is bound, hand, and foot, and brain. It is a lielief, as deeply rooted in his mind us Is his two-foot rule inserted in bis trousers-pocket, that while he is In the theatre ho is "ut work." If he is what, in theatrical parlance, is termed a day-man, be reaches the theatre ut a quarter to 10 If the re hearsal be at 10, at a quarter to 11 if the rehearsal be at 11, at a quarter lo 12 if the rehearsal be at 12, and to on. Once in the theatre, his first pro reeding is to hide himsell in the scene-dock where nobody can hud him ; he then takes oil his coat, put on his "working" canvas-jacket, sticks a hammer in his girdle or apron plstolwiae afusr h fashion of bold buccaneers in penny plates nua bin eual-aleeve as a iiocket-naudkercuicf, ita down in a corner, and goes to sleep. And here commences his delusion. Ii Is his firm relief that while ha has on his eanvss jacket, and lu hmm Hack, luty bis girdle, be. is ha,rd at wmk, nav, perspiring c 'piously. II ) will even carty tl.ls delusion out s far as to w.ike up after an fioiir au l a halt's imp nod feel l.i igue l ; o much so, as to be cntia)lled lo ad sou in to the ntarist public house and recruit exhausted na ture with hall n pint; lor he la also the victim of halt a pint, or rather the victim of a pint and a hall', nol 10 sav two gallons ; ami on those days win n not an interval of labor, not the screwing out ol an old tuiil from 11 rustv binge, has occur red to vary the tedious monotony of slumber, he will declaim In the taproom on the wrong! ol the w orbing man. and the t. runny of employers. It has been laid by a popular miell" of the day that no set of men can idle as nautie il men can. r'n ui this ob-ervatiou it I evident ih.tt the ser v.int.H of a theatre bave n- vcr passed under that pciiiilar novelist's 1 ye. i be ngo carpenter works lint onoa a year for the production 01 the pantomime, and tb u he woiks rrii mii'irr , for during tho run of the pantomime the genius of stage-earpenlor is pro perly cstmriteil, and author-, a "t rs , eienpos -rs, mu -icliin-" ami such mere idlers sinit into their pp per Insignitc ar.ee. Hp; propi rty man i e., the man who looks ntu r the chairs and tables and things movable by bund, end who niat-ufeeiiires the sheep, ti-b, eitriots, nml huge 1 hambi r.cati'llcs'icks used in the panl.-miiin is a mysterious mechanic whoso habits are unclean, picdatory, and mendacious. His complexion is a sin ular compound of tip' perspiration of the Midsummer before la-t with IhC'liiMof the preceding ChtistmiiM. I Inst rests iipnn his eyelashes as moss rests 011 the boughs ol an old tice. If evi r he wash himself which is doubtful, save on his wedding day hii. ablutions are made in the gluepot. lie is so sticky that, were lie to Icnn against a wall, poitioiis of his gariie-nts would adhere to it w ben he summoned up suf licictit energy to walk away. Why does this gilted getter-up of gnomes, salamanders, dragons lie.itls, and fat ies' w inns abjure cold w.i'er, und igi.ore all cry-bil streams save the pantomime 'ountaitm framed of wiie, bine g.itie, white Hutch metal, nnd spangles? Would his lingers lose iheir cunning If occasionally polluted by the use of soup ? bis tongue iis power of ready excuse, or Ins bruin its Imeuiive faculty, if II 11 ut ton. -tied his cxitri ul mnn ? T he cause of this diam itlco-inechanic-J hydro phobia is ini xplii able, and ever iiiu-t remain a mysteiv to be solved only by a tre icheroiis mem ber ol the cralt, who, converted to clennlinss by a Turkish bath, shall renounce the propeny room Ht d divulge Its secrets. The property man has the same peculiarity as the oldest inhabitant ; ho never rememliera any thing ; nor w i'l he, no matter II iw familiar the oli.it ct, confess that be has ever seen 11 specimen, nr'thut il is procurable, wive hy tlie expenso of large quantities of money, lime, diilieulty, and danger. "Grimes!" calls the stage-m inager. Grimes is very oit 'ii u!nen not in mind, but in body; lui' nn active ci'l-boy, knowing Grimes' haunts, fetches him Irom the lap, where be has been rendering himself muro adlio-ive with half a pint of I riuciy beer. "Giimes," says the stnge-manager; very au thoritatively if he be ignorant of his calling, but ru'ber kindly if he h ive some perception of it. "Yes, sii 1" answers Grimes, with respect ami ilt fei Ho c ; for it is part of the property-man's instincts to be too deferential and resp -ctul. We shall use the red liirni'urc lor this farce." "Yes, sir." "'J ablcs, chairs, sofa, and all that you know. And 1I1 11 there's breakfast tilings, and ind that's nil. Wo by the-wny, there's aedt wanted." "A w hat, sir r" "A cat." "A cat, sir!" echoes Grimes, as if the word were sinince to him as unicorn, plncaix, or ichthyosaurus. "Yes. rshotild be a torbil-eshell. "Taught us w ho, sir ?" "Yes ; toitoisi shell cat, I say." The cyrs of Grimes wander 'over the footlights into the empty pit, inhabited by the dust, orange peel, mice, and Hi as. After a pause ho looks into the l ice of the stage manager, and says: "Where am I to get one, sir t" "Get what f" "A a cat, sir." "Acatl Anywhere." "Anywhere, sir ?" Repetition is one of the principal weapons in the Giimes armory. "Y'es, anywhere,'' says the stage-manager. "C its are plenty, are they r.ot ?" "Thev may h i' been, sir, some ye ns ago; but I harillv never seen one lately," is tho reply. liut the limit of our space is near, nnd there are ninny otlur specimens which must he left umlescribid. There is tho costumier, who is a sort of cross-legged mix'ure of milliner and ma gician, and who thinks Hint the north star would Hbitie the brighter it thickly spangled. There is the call-boy, a clever imp of mischief, who recog ui.es no aristocracy but that of talcut, and no talent but that of the actor, i hero arc tho wig- makcrs hold ! the mere Knglish word requires nn apology, it tailors are costumiers, wig-makers must be prrruqiiicrs, who weave deal men's hair into lalse scalps, and brush out e ituracts of blonde ringhts without u thought of tho beauty of tho soil 011 which they grew. The rank grass bat crows 111 churchyards has been called "the uncut hair of graves." Docs no sextou associu- ion recur to the wig-maker as he plaits and weaves, and oils, und curls the terribly human- looking silk r it is to ic supposed not. custom luitli made it in him n property of greasiucss. then there is tne ga man, who , though ins trade be odorous, manages to keep a clean face und bunds. He runs about the theatre, nimbly t'orreeling cross-grained laps and bursting bat wines w ith his pliant pincers. Then there is the ball porter, who is invariably old, is an Irishman? und has served iu the I'eniusula, in an Irish regi ment, nnd Knight nt W titcrloo ; and whose jaw, have a grim rigiditv, redolent ol barrack-lite ; whose speech is a still' civility, redolent of dis cipline; i.ud whose grey, ratlike whiskers und few tcelu arc perlumed with w hisky. Ibere IB tlio gentlemen 8 dresser, wno has also been u soldier, who informs the actors that when be wus in the marines "no were oil tiolu Coast in the lhnutaiur, und they had no shoes oil them, sir. 10 cup am liuwiiuru, us was ilia capiuin, wi.e an awful severe man, and drunk oh, how he did drink ! lie says to us one day ou parade, 'You marines,' be says, -I'll woik you down to lie,' und he nearly did, and he would h ive been broke only he died oil Sumatra, thank goodness ! for if ever there wui a be. si he was." Time works wonders, ami the warrior-mariner his turned dow n into a dr.inuii,: valet, and hooks an 1 ejes doublets, pulls oil' yellow boots as deftly as he used to polish bayonets and pipeclay belts. Tho Indies' dres'cr has usually seen better days, and is of tho same ascetic, rusty, musty tv peas the pew-opener ut a church, with, per haps, u sptinkling more dust. She is invariably a w idow, und her late husband was cither tho guaicst wretch on record, or the most peifect of his guy, perfidious sex. l ast of ull, there is the supernumerary a dieadful trade, strange to say, pur-ued oniy by men ni.d leys with thin leg-. A lu-is ulair siipi intimcrary is u phenomenon that has never lam km wn lo occur, even iu the 111 inory of Ilia oldist, most experienced, and stupidest of s'.ago maiiigers. T'l.cic ure many other types of theatrical char ticter besides the few thui have been endeavored lo be poritaytd in these pajes, cuough, with tue p riiiiasion of the public and the publishers, to n akc another seiics. To ,bc o iter world theatri cal lue is a deep, dark well, whose troubled ivaters are much feaied und liitlu uiulersto id; but truth livid in u well, nnd 11 large amount of truth nnd goodi.rss duel a in the theitrc; and few, looking at ti e gicen froth of vanity Unit stagnates on its surface, would guess the richness of the pe-trls that lie bimaih. Lmulim lllutrntnl V'oii.-s. l. kHit mid My ItiteH. It 1- diibeiilt to say anything new abo'it 111 is -uuitiHS. but thev hive visited this cl.j lit fl.'li enormous Hoi ks din-ins the pajt we- k lb it they ilemaud a pii-sirig notice, and wo It ivc no doubt that our tenders would bo vci v glad to sec the 11 ' dismissed with only one. With the exception of the shad Hies which Invade the shores of Like Ontario in June and July, and which sometimes cover the decks of steaniboa-8 to the depth of seven or eight inches In a few moments, we have never seen more multitudinous swarms of Insects on the wingout of town say on Stateu Islund.fur instance while in town they have gradually be come a perfect nuisance. The sting of the mos quito, too, for some reason or other, seems to be unusually acrimonious this season, w hile Hies spiders, and certain other insects, huvc acquired a sort of bite that produces very grcot inflamma tion uttended with much pain, and when upon the eyelids, the lips, or uny tender part, olteu proves exceedingly dungerous. In explanation of this latter phenomenon, it Is said that animals dying of disease are not buried sullicicntly deep in 'the earth; that the Hies, &c, get at and devour tho decaying flesh, and imbibe tho poisonous matter of the disease; that ihey communicate it to the spiders who devour tbuiu (thus mukiug their bltu unusually virulent, at time),' as well as to all other creatures they alight upon, bo the catiso what it may, the number of persons sullering from such ills, ut present, Is sur prisingly lurgc in this city, and some of tliuiii havo been laid up in anguish for days, toour kuowledgo, through the instrumentality of such an apparently insignificant circumstance. If the wound be poul ticed at once and treated seriously, the mis chievous symptoms soon disappear. I-'ew persons, however, consider a inosimito sting, a spider bite, or a Hy bite, a mutter of much moment, und the consequent neglect leads to an aggravated dis order. "Forewarned Is forearmed," however, and It would be just as well lor our readers lo be on their guard and act accordingly. A. 1'. Huniay J tmet. '" The deficit In the Italian treasury Is two hun dred millions of dollars, and the "public nuances re IrrsiucUiably Jot." FOURTH EDITION Latest from the South LATEST RTBEL VIEW OF THE CAPTURE OF ATLANTA. TV hat iho RebelsThink of the Comins Prcbidcntial Election, THE WAR TO END IN " SIXTY DAYS." THE LATEST WAR NEWS. Kir. JCt-, Ktc, lito., Uto. Till'. WAlt NKYVK. From Oil- l'.i- 'icoe' .'rtalil' ,-, .SV. ,'. fl. Tbero Is notblnK of interest or Importance from the Armv of Tenne-see. n yesterday it was in line of battle " at l.oveioy s station, on the Macon road, iweiity-nine miles south of Atlanta. Its being in Hue of hattlo is no novelty. If we ure not mistaken, it has been in this condition n, gbt and day for the past two months, except w hen " abandoning" Atlanta, last Thursday nil Id: thru it was making what is kuown as " good time." HIE AllMY 01 lHNNl-.RH.n NOT t)ts( Or II AO 1: II. All i flh lal despatch from (iencrat Mood, dated l.ovejoy's, .September 4, states that the ofll.-ers and men of tin- army of Tennessee feel that every tllort waa niHile to hold Atlanta to the last, and that the army is not discouraged. There wus'a report last night that flu-liting was going on at l.ovejoy's. 1HOM I'CTKnsllt no. The enemy shelled rctersburg violently and vigorously during nearly the whole ol Mini. lay night. There ure no military movements of im portance in pronri ss. Grunt still holds about lour miles of the Weldon railroad, and some people think ho has designs on thu Soiithsi.le railroad. We should be delighted t' ace him make a demonstration in force against the latter ro.id. witru.r.ii's movumiints. It is reported that Wheeler has captured Mur frii.ilK.rn. We hope this inny turn out to he true ; but if it is we hardly think the news could have r- ached us so soon. Murfieesboro Is in Rutherford county, Ten nessee, thirty miles southeast of Nusliville. (.KM. HAL MOIIUAN. General John H. Morgan has been relieved of the command of the Department of Southwest ern Virginia, nnd ho Is to be court-martialed for going into Kentucky lust .Spring without orders of (lencral liragg. All soMicis are subject to the orders of their fit pi riors, and in ay be court-martialed tor a ting without orders or disobeying them. Against this we have nothing to sty. Hut we do say, without fear of contiudiction, that in invading Kentucky Morgan did the only thing that could ha.c been done at that time Ui savo southwestern Virginia from ravage hy Iturbiidge aud his six thousand raidi rs. (ieiirrul John Mi hols succeed General Morgan in the comm. mil of southwestern Virginia. 1'. S. hiucethe above was written, we learn that authentic information was received in this city la-t night that the enemy attacked (iieun villc on tsunday, killing Uencral Morgan and capturing all of his stall. General Morgan's body was expected to arrive at Hri-tol last night. From this fact we infer that the enemy do not now hold Greenville. Greenville is fifty miles southwest of liristol, on the Kast Tennessee und Virginia railroad, aud about seventy miles from Kuoxvillc. THE CAI-rt llK OK ATLANTA. Fi fm tit Rirhmond t'raminrr Sept. 6. The capture of Atlanta murks nn epoch in the campaign of 1MH. Tlio enemy promised himself much by this achievement, lie seemed to think that the posseisinu of Atlanta would sun ler tho South into two additional parts, as com ilcely distinct as the divisions east and west or the Mis sissippi. Ile will soon rcali.e his mistake. Atlanta had a peculiar value derived from tho railroads which converged there. Hut its chief value was lost when thu road leading into Hast en! and Western Tennessee was cut oil' a' I'liif tatiooga and Kuoxvillc, a thing that was doue as long us December last. The only special ituport nntc which then attached to the place was its being on the most direct line of roads from Rich mond to Montgomery. Theso roads are now blockaded at that point by the enemy ; hut other roads rem. tin open and tlio way is not shut even by railroad communi cation. The truth is, no particular inland to-.vn in Georgia or the interior country, if it embrace to colli ction of foundries und factories, p i fesses any vital importance in n military point of view. '1 he great necessity in Cicorgin is the preserva tion ot an army capable of making head against Mitiinun, and prepared tos'rike a decisive blow if ever be attempt lo detach his forces iu different directions Im- the purpose of general occupation und siihjugutiou. The business of a Confederate army there is to watch Sherman, and compel him lo a cautious concentration of bis troops. The chief source ol anxiety is in regard to the morale of Hood's soldiers. No man ever left an anr.y moro confident in liiin, professionally, or attached to him, person ally, than Gtuerul John-ton. In that point of view lus removal was a deplorable measure, liut it was a Lohlc army when I bat general left it, and it is scarcely possible that it should have entirely lost its spirit since. Nothing is needed to completi ly reinstate our fortunes In Georgia but the assignment to that nrrny ol sticli a com mander as will Ht once secure its coiil'uloiice. If the country could only see tint done it would gladly dismiss ull regret for the loss of Atlanta. Tor the situation even in Georgia, tho only field in which it picsents an tinfavoiablo aspect, is by no means discouraging. By dint of a heavy expenditure of me ins, energy, and men, tiio ei.cmy l.uve reuehed the centre of North Georgia; but it w e compare the cost of this expedition w ith the results realized, we lind nothing to warrant despondency. He has bad to give up Mast Ten i essi c und have nearly all of West Tennessee open to Coiiteuernlo 'incursions, lie has had almost toa lamlon Mississippi und Alabama. l.viii Kentucky has been left unprotected, and the I. oi lb bank o! ilie Ohio has been threa-enod. To lnaint iin bis lo: g lino of communication and make licudway iu Gcoigia, be has had to evacu ate immense di-ti i ts ot country already overrun, which would have yielded him u thous md times ii ore vului; than th ri gion of Georgia wbleb ho has desolated, l.iku tue dog. Tossing the stream, ; he has U t go what was substantial to plunge al ter ( a shadow. It w ill lost him more men and money to main ! tain himself at Atlanta than it would to subjugate and possess any two states which ho had occu ' pied, inul has now abandoned. If the Confede . luej b ol Ihe elec ion of Ills policy, it would gnul.v eh use that he should conouuo bis cam paign in Georgia rat ar than employ the same I in my iu many cuter, ni.es which sue would bave li. limn ly more d.lll.uity In thwarting. If we liiiiiniain our army I .tact we bave but to bide ' our time und tie-1' "i t will take care of itself. I If ihc mason of w later und bal roads sots In, , filming Milium! It Georgia and our own army cui'roiiting fcini in ti rce, we should soon have no iciisii to r- g t the loss of Atlanta. I On the Im-side of t lie Mississippi the situition Is pecu iarlv iuvo!..blo. Texas Is free from Federal tioonsithe ir eater nart of Louisiana is deliver! d ol then- presence ; Arkansas is no longer iu thrulduu, and General Price is marehiuit with u considerable force into Missouri. In virtue of ihe concentrated ellorts oi tne enemy in Virginia and Georgia we bave gained imicU lost territoi y on this side oi tne gre u river ; but we have won back much more territory ou the other side by actual conquest. Kxeepi the (hunnelof the Mississippi, aud the land border ing the rear communications of Grant und Sher man, tlio Confederacy now holds most of the ground it lost In lbo2 and lMoil. The situation In Georgia presents no feature ol serious discouragement. Everywhere else in the Vest it has vastlv improved sim-e winter. How staiids tbu case lu Virginia ? tiheridun is away off on the border of the I'otomac, ou a line liity to a hundied milts farther back than the enemy held at the owning of the cuiupaign, aud Orant, having abandoned Kirhmond and the north side, ut least ior a time, Is desperately threatening e.ur southern communications. He has reduced us to the necessity or wigon Ing such supplies as we may desire from the Weldon ruliroad, a dlstunce of twenty-live miles ; and he is seeking to swing still further around on our right to cut tho Soiithside railroad. In other words, he is attciunting to besiege Rich nmud from a distance of twenty-tiro or thirty miles, althougll-he has all the country east of the lllue Kidge to subsist upon, and possesses an un touched railroad coinmuiiica'ion with W estern Korth Carolinn, which it would cost bltu auoibor army to tuke. ., , It is pluin that the situation has greatly Im proved for Ihe Soutb since the campaign opened, and it if perfectly certain that neither Grant nor hhcrintncan maintain llieinsulvea where they aie without such heavy reinforcements as wdi require the enemy to leave other portions or tne Con.fl deiucy unmolested. RF11I I, TII.WOFTItn l'lll SlIlIIMTIAL ELKCTtOS From Ms Rirhmond Fzaminrr, fitrpttmbir. The South Is to act the controlling part In the Northern election. The Issue of November is to br decided by the armies In Virginia nnd Geor gia. Lincoln's wl-olo hop of re election begins and ends in military success. Without aome de cided achievement by Grant, or a destruction of the Georgia armv by tsberman, every S ato at the North will oast its vote against him, except Vor Biont and Maasarhusi tts. The onus of snci-es s is on him. The tncce'S must not be moderate; but great enough t piomise a decisive Influence in securing the oh- t s lor which ke i" conducting the war; if he fai's lo acci mplish something worthy of the gren1. exertions he has made in the campaign, lr: will be beaten ut the polls, and a now party will succeed to power, which will shea'he the sword and hold out the olive brunch Tho South is Hunting for peaco, and peace n one. She is resisting ngt'ressiim; hc aims in ither at the conquest nor humiliation of her iidvet-ary. I'or the lir-t time now in four years, is there a prospei t of securing the long and arduously souclit desideratum. All the powerful Inducements which have nerved her to the strug gle lor fi ur j ears, are now concentrated In tho spare of two months. The Administration at Wasliing'on will put forth nil Its power and energy tor cllecting by Novi mber the purpose w-hieh it has so cageriy endeavored to compass during the preceding stages of the war. it is not merely hatred towards us which now inspires: its members; to this powci ltil motive they now have added the desire of prolonging their power, and overthrowing ad versaries whom they hate even more intensely than they do ourselves. Our policy is emphatically to stand on the de fensive, and n-k nothing; Imt, at the same time, it is more important than ever that wo should bring every re.-oiirce into requisition, and employ all the vigihinee and uctirnvof whi-h we are capable. The business ol tho next sixty d lys will be lo t old mil' own, and lo sutler no d isaster ; but it w III bo r,o easy task . The enemy w i 1 redouble his exertions, ami throw a desperate activity into nil his operations. He will test our strength nnd vigilance at every point ; nnd leave no labor or iir.ilico unemployed by winch iidvantn cor even e hit m ay be secured. Now is tlio hour for every man in the South to stand to bis du'y and to his post. We can atford any sacrilice, collectively and individually, to miike sine of these two months. The sick may leave their hospitals a little too soon, and even the hi me and decrepit tuke their stand in thu breast works lo advantage now. 1 ut loughs may bo refused with eminent pro priety; mid the men w ho arc skulking beyond their time in the interior should be ah illicit into their duty or dealt with ns deserters or traitors, livery expedient should be used to pile up strength in the eight weeks ofcri-is ut hand. The prospects of the Confederacy were never brighter than at this moment, if she deserves suc cess and is resolved to win it ; never so gloomy, if, tiled ol the struggle and unworthy of inde pendence, her resolution and zeal fall at the eleventh hour. The ta.-k beforo her is tho mot ca-y tliut sbc has encountered at any stage of tho btiuggle, if she but adilre-s herself to it in the proper spii it ; it is the most dilllcult and doubt nil if she relax in risoiiition nnd omit any of the exertions and precautions ileminded by the oc casion. It is in no spirit of distrust that thoe reflections arc made ; but in a spirit of warning nnd hopeful exhortation. The crisis is of a character to gladden the hcuit of every brave man, contitlent of the issne. Ail the anxieties and trials of years arc to be coinciitrated Into a lew weeks, and tho often proclaimed limitation of "sixty days" to the strife is at last to be realised. In all probability the next sixty days w ill in fact decide the c intent. Tho Washington Administration, under the spur id nicts-ity, will bring the w holo power which they can command into requisition. If they full, the w.ir will lust, not merely by reason of a change of dynasties, but because it will have hem demonstrated that the maximum power of which ihe North is capable has been brought to bear, nnd failed to etlect the object of subjuga tion. It will not be that McLTcllau is disposed to pence or his party averse to further war, that peace will conic; but it will bo because a war administration, employing the full resources und power of its country when its finances weic unimpaired and its resources unex hausted, will have I'aib d to subdue the South, nnd because the liifcrut.ee will be irresistible that wind could not be ni cjinplishcd by a war admin istration in Ihe lull vigor of Federal resources cannot be by a peace administration succeeding to power utter these resources had ba'n mate rially i eiii.ee il . THE HEIll:I. l'UIBOSS. From the Jii' ftinon'l Ejitminer, .Srj(emtur . A few Yankee prisoners were recorded at tho I.lbby yestt rdiiy. At the Castle more were sent oil than were received. It has come to be re marked that tho Yankee prisoners are more pleased with their quarters and treatment th in that which the Government proposes to give them by sending llini through the lines to their lioinoi, or the States ol'Uieir nativity and their adoption. They have their choice thejr can remain or go. A it itit a I. or tiii: h Miotr "I'll i, JOXKS." Tlos roN, September . The United Statos gun boat l'aul Jams, Commander Shirley, has arrived hcie to-dny, (via New York, where she put iti for coal), after 2ti nii ii hs' service la tho Southern blockade. She brings homo from the Squadron 18 men, whoso terms have expired. Acting Master George 11. Durant and two of the crew were captured on Oss&baw by the Ile bels, while on an expepecTitiou The steamer Maiask-u, from tho blockading squadron, hus nlso arrived. Anotiifk Hi:hmi:nt ior Bhinet's Coups. 1 he War Department bus given authority to tho gallant commander of tho ltlth Army t.'orps, Majur-Gencrnl David 13. llirney, to raise a regi ment of Zouaves for his corps. The rcgitnont is to be rui-cd at once In Pennsylvania, and princi pally In Philadelphia. Governor Curtin him issued his commissions for the ollieers, which will lie given only to such young men as have distinguished themselves on the baitk-ticld under llirney, and are every way competent for the commands to which they nay be assigned. The regiment of sharpshooters for this corps has been lilbd up to the maximum standard, and there is a considerable surplus. These latter will be transferred to the zouave regiment as it nucleus, end we hope tho sounves will be us promptly in the Held ns the sharpshooters. Wc hope th t nil of our young men who wish to enlist in u tirst-rute orguui.a iou will respond promptly tn this call, as they will become mem- bers of an excellent regiment, which will be es pecially cared for and led into action by General ifiriiey inmscil, and will receive all ol the bouu ties, Goverutiicut and local. W K A LT II, BNALTI. 1115 ALT II, AND If to atl" admlrleir eve. : If lo chiisi- Invlila.lis HbdkH ; Il to oe a blooming rlowtir, Fadii-g, dying iu uu hour llaAcn 1 It to have a host of rtleads ; XI for vice lo ma te amenus; If wlih hib-buro b'ood to wed ; It a uiurbli- stone wbra d ad W'nAi.-ral If lo live inn-escort- and ten, wtshlna it e hs long again; II to live a tile ol jitiaee ; II to die and ko to pr't'iiAtf HkaltiiI If you wish a life or pleasures ; Ir ou value iui world's tr-Hitirei; If tvvry couiloit you wuaid kite. Take uijt advice. ad with an itne, Ti en, IiuvIiib Health, Wealth, and lleanty, You'll be prepared I'or every duly. By a careful perusal of br. 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Kktatvol 11KM1V lilts.VV.d.uvuieil. The Auditor appolnled In the Court lo audll. settle, and adiuil Ihe account ol MAHk 1.K1.W, Kvecuic-r of the msittiuoi jii-.isui i.ukw , ileeeaved, and to retain dla. Irllailli'll of Ihe balauce lu the haluls of the ic-tiiintjiiit w ill meet the parlies lutereslod lor the purposes of his aplsiliilmiMit.en M. ndm, Hrulemhor ID, iMit, at to'elock P.M.. at las orrke, No.il Buulh Buub atreel, upstairs, ut ii. e 117 v, 1 uiutueijmia. aunlwflust MOSES A. nitOl'RIE, Auditor. THE ORPHANS' COURT FOR TUB Illy aad fount, of Philadelphia. l-.aiatoor JOHN II. Klli.iNsl. deceaacd. The Auultor appointed hv the Court 10 audit, settle. and adlmt the aeiouut ol KKKUKKICK VA1K TIIOKN K and llltllKHU'K A. KOOVH, Admlnlalrators of Uie eslaiie el JOHN II. KOONH.decraaed end report dleurlbu llen ot the balawee In the hanaa itt the acooiintauta, will meet Ihunarllea Interealed for Uie purpoaee ol bla appoint- He el, eu V LliN K.SIIA V. H-ijo uiln r H 1-. al 4 o clod P. M , at bis oin. e. No. & 8. HIXTII Hlreeta, npaUUS, 111 uie ciiy 01 i-auaaauiaa. mo.scii A. UHOi'sisi, auOl wiiuit Auditor, TO JJAVE YOU CONSTANT PAIlJ AND UKFAhWLRS AT TIIE TIT OF THE STOMACH? Rt-td the nfxt eolamn. Ilftvr yoa Flfitulcnce and Acidity? Iti d the next colnmn. Ilav you Costivenesa and Loss of Appetite? Itend tho next column. Have you Oloom ond Df prcislon of Sj lrlt? Bead the next co'umn. Have you Dlarrlxra with Griiin(' Jieatl tho next column. Have yon Tain In all parti of the System? B ad the next column. Ilaveyou Choking and BuffocaCon? Head the next column. Have you Confiuniptivo Bytuptomi and ralpltatlon of Uie Heart? Read the next colnmn. Have ynn Cough, with rLlct'm In the Throat? Read the next colnmn, Have you Ulmnefls of Vinton and Headache? Head the next column. nave yon all or any of the foregoing tymptoma? Then read the great curee of Dyipepsla performed by DE. WISHAETS DYSPEPSIA PILLS AND PINE TUKE TAR COiiDIAL, In the next rlnmn. DOST BAIL TO HEAD THE NEXT COLtMN. j V M ! U ! W I A . A CURE WARIUNVLD. MPtrlA H4STHK OM.0vVINO PVMITiM 1st. A M.mtant aln or Bne)nes at the ptt of th tf.niarti. 2d MatiiliTt an1 aridity. Dil. Cf.tlTM,' and Ii.ibo! pp?tlt. 4tti. (J loom and drpn'Htlon ofipiritf , :-th. Ptairt)-i a. with (rrlj lr p. t tr. r-Hn hi all part of the tivn'i m. 7ti. ''riini p:lvr ivinpioni- atid pJilpf rufMii o f the heart H h. (' tih, w Uh jihlivm In tlu ttiroat, !Mh K rvMii a fleet Ion and t ant of ftlep at tiU'ht, loth. .rt of n.i?iiie nnd vnmltlntf. 1 llti. iizltu m, Uin-tif " nf vision nd k i of nlrht. Ivth. ni niint.c ari'l tn.-i.''riiig In walking, wuti great Mn i.f ihe thoiirnnd of caci of d"prpnm that hav nred nr. WlOmri'a .n nt American Hytp piia fllla, not out ol them hnfl fnic-d nf n pi rr-.t ein. Wen arrant fiirrln Mir7itM,iHi um ior 11 ..f twenty yvara' atand tt. Ho, 1 hy all rtnuviitu evorywhre, and at IT. WIMIAKT'N office. No. M N. m'.r Ni Mir-ct, I'hilatTel-l-ri,n, I'a. All rxfimlnuilnin n rnnutatMtn Tri of rl.argi. ftnid for a .ircular. ITI.t llpxrbox, feritty .nil, tree ot t harr, un ic ipt ut money. iT8ri:rn.t TYPF.rHt4. Ihlt In to rrtlfH that I had I iM.,.gta in thf w.-rt (Vtrnj fvr i!,rrr iern. I whk treated ny neveit or ihf bet phr- t' ini ir Antfjrten ; ooi" ot lhftii wert- Tro', ,or ol ,luf- irr-ot! Colli He, riulr.llihJn, hut thr ilM me no t h1. I fTCw forr evory tnwilh. I wotihl h iftke-n at tlim-d with ttr Hfl (11 1 nun tn in hr-at ant lotn'o h i xr aX was It 1 hut i oind ii iti.ir fit. he, nor stun J, hut w n-iiil rve atroiit from tn" r"ia ( ai rrier ; my trh'init expi in-i to tee mi dl , a fl e npi enreii t" he no r U ( for m In thii hop i r h I dti loll 1 nlntt'd nn-fll iniilerMr. V WiArt a UoaU n.C'Tit. and u d Uin niediutm a h direi-tM. .t.tnd.i I an. a v. eii Uiitn, aioi tot inree wepfta i hao been on my fe l.and worki.in hir-l from enrly m rn untJl tin en o loek t nijfht. Ir. WMiart, I vo ymi ihln oer- tli.i tito with a (irtii" lol heurt, 1' iiw It my lutv ,o Jo so; ji i) 11 ay, and 1 want joii To piihlh II to th wnrhl. ifiat TV T'llll MliT'IK M I 1T llKMi iMa U'Mmai Of mint 'r tniir wonilertul rvn;lit4 AH l a iM-r ns are at )ir rt to t a I at d nv, or w rth- lo iu". aa I waul tu render all the go! I ran to ufferliH- Minoioifv. JAMM M. rVM.'Klal. Ovpvrfr of Wathfni tnn Mauitiacttirlng Coiupa'iy a W avinfc- ItiH'in. CiJouci ater, N. J. I'YNIT.PfIA, KVBIMI'SIA, FiYI'EPHI . Th' li to rertiTv fhfif titT-rltiL' evrrev itn a dNPnue ( all' d 1m-h .a..,l. W !th mil- I. I(J- of Weight, hi V .ttte f.l'.u v ax "lii ei icii to 't- liitr. it ureal AiuP'I'hh l'.viepsia 1'itia n ll.t r- me.ly. Ila Uw w It Inn three w eek iut-'ii eleven I i M , ACcortUn to (h iKrertioim, I found mvxeif eii'lrely :ir 'l, inul lor 'v.o week uro-fi n,y iu a'tll I grrnuy ini- T.veii, .t 1 1 1 1 1 can at without fenr of Rrtiu or inconvenl- l mrm-suv n con ninn nvm vt ai eimuaxiy 1, u.l. Mr. M. It. ( MuMl'rt tNS, J-1 fitiii ml tr,'t. Fotir d or Ikiv iivim-or. Ir. I., 'i WIMMKI H oilice, 'o. 10 N. HKi.tJND 1'tl lu, eh.hia. DYsl'I.l'HIA! DYSrKt8IA. I,. John l.cnrti, do (ortlty t!i.t for four months pait I waa attat ked with ot uie tl yp psia ; 1 w.x ue rrrly handled Uuit I could do nothing butwh.it It would till me with dreadiul dltrciit ; my m r i.ns t--m iva -rf ctly pro tratej; my whole friunc noon heertm' werik and (romhllriif. with a confuted roit; nnd dir lnem in the heud. folli.iwed by a i a'pltallon of the heart ami general d-'bthtvof tho m hole iii-dy. Kvry kind of medlclno H'lmiullered to m9 did no fiood, untl. I u a ad to call on Ir VVish irt aud place myself under his treatniont. It it now about nlua wrtkR rlmo I ci iuiueiM rd lo tue hln lOapepsU I'tlia and 1'lne Tree Tar Corihtl, and I do truthfully aud faithfully ay, that 1 am perfectly cured of liyspcpsln, and all other dis ftn'-i urUing tht-reirom, and 1 can cut three irood meall every day, and leel well in every re pert. I am 7H yeam ct, mivt and If It waa nei csnry, I led I cmid and would khoulder my gun to defend (he city from Invasion by tho Kcbelf. All peroi,8 mitfering wltii ItyHpepia as I win, ro al liberty to call und sen me, for I tel It my duty to do atl the Kod 1 can for suitcrlng liuninnliy. JOHN i.entu, No. 1s:I poplar ilrcH, Phliudo.'pail.i. Ir. WISH ART'S Store and Oitice. No.lttN SkiionD Htreit. I'tnladtilphia, I'a. AU ex:wn1niuhiii and con-ultu- ti n iroe nl chtiie. 1 rice. $ I pur box. Heut hy tuulJ on riceii i ot money. DYsrr.rsiA l i.yhpki'hia. I ir. W Uli art 1 have he'ii a couotant atitten'r with Dya- p psla tor tlie 1vnt eiglitifii year, during which time I can not ray that I ever enjoyed a perlectly woll day. Thero were Uinta whon tho nyinptoms vrtrv more aifTavated Uian ut others, and Uien It leemed It would tm a grHt re tiut to die. 1 hud ul ull times un iiupleaaut feeling In my h ad, but latterly my HtnTei ings ao much h .created that I herame alrnos,t unfit for hulnoss of any kind ; my mind was continually Ailed with gloomy Uiotul.ta and forebod itiK". and If I Attempted to ehano their cum nt by roadlng, at ont o a sensation of Icy coldncfta lit conmciion with ft dead wc.Kht, as it wcru, runted am m- hr.tint also, a fteiing ut hkknens would occur at tho tomucti, aud great pnln to uiy eyes, aecompauicd v ilh which wus the con tlnual lar of lofting my reuson. I also experienced (Treat lafsltude, debility, ur-d ncrvouHiiese, whieh made It dlni- ci.lt to walk by day ur tdeep at night. 1 bo came averse to Miciety, and disponed only to seelunlon, anu having tried the ckllluf a numhurof eminent physi-hun of viirluuf chcils, dually ciimc to the coucliihion thai, for Hill diacaao at my prectnt aKe (15 years), there vai no cure In exist Dce. Hut, through thu Interference of Divine Pruvideneo to whom I devoutly offer my thank", I at laid found a sov etclj.ii remedy In your lyt.popla 1'llls and Tar Cordial, witch seem to have effectually removed ulmott tho I ait truce of luy long llt of ailments and hud leclingn, aud la their plme he.illh, pleuurt), ai d cnti iitmeHt are my t-VCiy day cuinpanlons. JAMK.S M. HACSDKRi, No. i:i N. Second street, l'hiladelpltta, Konucny of Woodbury, N. J. lr. WIS1IAHT'8 Oitkf.No.lO N. SECOND Btieut, Phi ladelphia. DYHi'KPHl ! DYHI'KI'S! 1 I, Mofeii Tcbln, of Cheiuuhutu, MonUjotnery county I'a , have suffered for more than one year everything but death Itf-tlf, tiots that awful dUeaMf, uullcd Dyspepsia. I employed in (hut time five of the most eminent physicians, hi 1'hiutdelphla. They did all they could lor uie with medi cines and cupping, but still I was no belter. I then went to the I'eiinsv Ivania tTnlvcndty In order to pluc myself In reach of the bent medical talents lu the country, but their medicines failed to do me any good, aud ufitltnea I wished for death tn relieve me of my aufferlng, hut seeing Dr. Wihhart s advertisement In the I'hlludelphla llullotln, I da- Urmii ed to try onee more, hut with little faith. I called en lr. WUhan, and told bhu If I could havo died I would Dot have troubled htm, and then related my luuViingg; to him. Tho Ir. assured me If he fulled to cure me of Dyfcp' Pla, It would be the flrft cave In two years, so I put my fctit under his treatment, nd although 1 had been for months vomiting nearly evervihlng I ate, my utomaeh, swollen with wind, and tided with pain beyond description, I tniufht a box or his Iytpcpiia fill, X umhI thetn aa di rect, d, and In ten days I could ent a hearty a meal aa any pei ton in the Stale of iVnusy lvanla.aud lu thirty days wa atstUttian. I Invite any perbon NUilering as 1 waa to call and see me, and I will rem c ruy suiiuring and the great cure I received. I would say to all liyajwptica.ererywlitrOt that lr. Wish art is, I b lle e, the only person on Die earth that can cure l)yspepsia with any decree of cenuinty. MO-HKH TOItlN, Cheltenham, MotiUfouiury Co.,1' A POSITIVE CIU1E VOH DTSl'El'MA. IlKAIt WHAT M It. JHIN 11. BAUCnUK 8AY8, No. 1WM OMVK Htrwt. tt.(1Ml..li.l.l Ionian- ill IniL'1. C r. w ikr Bp It iu wlfh nineli nh-flmira thut I am now able to Inf irm you that, by the uu of your great American I-yt-pepaln Pills, I trnvo been entirely cured of S 1. t..-lt.l. ...iMM.Illiflt 11VKII4I.bII. I ha4ll LmA grievously afhictid fur the last twenty tixlii eara,and fur ten jeuis of (hut time Iiavo uoi ueeu irveu iruuiiw hih ..-.1 ... . .I...- I t.iaal II In li Miirit lOrlll. ajlsl have drumed on a m-st miserable exiitenco In pain day and uU-'ht. x.very ama oi ioou u ai i am hiv mo . wuid und paln.lt muttered nut how llht.or how staaU tho quantity. A etuitnued belcliiug was sure Ui toiiow. i uaa no appetite f. r any kind ol meata whatever, anu inyun- a.t .. hcvorni ini.i.tt.H u,-f i I heard of your I'ills, that I irniucntly wished for death. 1 bad taken everjthli g that 1 had heatu or ior nyxpepan, wmiout re ceiving any beneill; but on your Pills win recommended to nu by one who hud been euifd by tln m, I concluded to give them a trial, although I bad no faith tn mem. iomy .....i........ .f itnuiui niv,.ii L'ettim: oetier iraiura x had taken one-funh of a b -x, and, alter taking half a box I am a wUmanunit am eat o.f.wi , u wujvj hearty moalUirto Union a day, Itliout inconvenience Irons any thing I cat or di ink. If on think proper, you are at liberty lo make this public and ruler to me. I will eiiauc i fullv aive all Ueclrable iuformation to any oue whomayoaU ....... mnvl U ltiUlUir. )Q me. Yours, reapecuuny, IM...1, at lir.WIHIIAKT 8 Medical Iepot, Ko. 10 W. fiKCONX Hr.ot. Pb.ladeliJilu.l'a. Price one aoi.ax f bent by mail, nee oi can, i-v.. , nvaiprpait! rYSPnP8l At i fluniiftl 1 Ilavin. hao been a areat sufferer wi n d i.Ili! i. of f-liilad' iplila, aiao ol Hiirluiswii oonuiy. Si -w iLV.Jv Tlii-v diu all lor uic lliey ciulJ. Uut all to ni o.f. 1 waa coin win i t - Iici-a, ami IIU conaiani " , " '" I.,"; ,,i ...,. .T. 1,, or I b..l lu a lior .;Vr bH, , well aa.in. I u .5". M a .ilM! "if Jrayr to Clod thai ho wool J ilirect ml tS .".ue Wi3.cli. or uudicln. t W W d euro I . .,.M nt t.-...l mi ailvcrtlat moiil ut lr. H l.liurl lu in. I'liiiaulrlnlila l.eiUf r," 01 a an al cure mailt- iiion Mr. .Iniiii li.uf ck i No. lOiK Oliv. ue.-t. l-hiladelplna, by Ilia lr" ul 4i"l.-a ly.l.e-.ia 1'illa. I wnl m II.. D.;l..r . in ai '""' ' , i,,. ,,.,. and to d hlul make. II hea torn an we-ai aiure i cmui. - , .,1 1,1. nili in..ai.d I am imiw a well ... fn- all ,.lii and ,ui.lr.. ana cau ,, . Vf.lT.r7 l wnt with couitori uuu iwi nei ii' j ... ,,nnn,i. ou to publish mycaso.aa 1 wani V ",t , o .nili-rtnif a 1 Was.iocan on -. .i I the great cure I havo roceiveu aom v" ... - U WEN, alreei, li ruit-iij io. ' -tew iuttry. Dr. WieilAaiT' om-Vo-10 ,KW"" "woei. tv,. .iuva are a lew among Ihe thouaaada whlcli thi anal remedy baa .ayed from aa untimely rav. W tuitt hundreale of ktWre from pbyale-lani and dniRKl.ll la all arli of u oouairy,,ayuif wi wij y,vmv Dr. Wlibarl'i flue Tree Tar Cordial and lyiiita Fill! , are lulo It nruabKU rverjra t