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- THE SEW CRTTAL-FALiiOE. 4 1k CHtiM llesuaai nt Amatol-dans. i 'or wtrnl 7it l'k tbj piin1e of Atnt"r- jam, Jlulliiud, bin bitcn )uitly and slowly frvctfris; Crv st! Paine, wMrh. ia now cuiiijiN'to, ad hM be opened In Ihf imblic. It In a spli'ii Hi mil svrntuetricai struciure; ami ll H thus pleasantly dMcrftsid by ccrrepjn lent of tUo iMljn Mar.' "tvtrvwbsrv, In Artitpnliini yon lieu an 1 wo iuuioi.! to visit tue Crystal 1'kUi-h. ISvery prlaiiehiip anil book srillrr's window displays cn ravue: and Horgoous colore! !itri(;riiti. of im Buuuinff. 11 iih'h a spiennia mkiu on p ipor. Cryeusltioinea and rcuoa riao lustrum and trunn amt, i a limpid hint) Leaven, and from lli.nnr- Juee oi a vast anu ucHtiiitiu g,irlcn, gar with par tense and alt the combined glories oi Ihe ,r i rur. SHfl HUinrri auu mo Hiltuinu, flpaKltllo; Wltll an; lounwim, nmi mivo witti iirilliant f?ronpj u puaiu I'li'rK'i' iuo reality Uimh no: anile answsir (he expc attona thus awaknne.l in tbe linpanenl mind. A atranpor, alter InipiK ilnit f aL.A .......... r - 1 . . . . Paises, In ibe Amsterdam shop windows, must bo somewhat dianpnointed wiitn be arrives at the real airncture. l or ibe Amsterdam Palace li quite tlnlahei externally, and it Is crystal, and It It-ally la a shnrxly, sjnimrtrii nl, elettanibiiildma;. It has one Ion central hall spanned with iron arches or light and slender construction, and ci,Tind, of course, with gl.ua; It bus transept in the fame style, and it baa a-lure dome springing from Ibe main points of juncture not liuirc heavy, and clumsy, like Captain I'owko a imme' Borial construction but shapely, and (illttoring, and beamitul. Xne dome ia surmounted by a gilded figure, ieprcsetitln something or o.ber allfgorically connected with trade aim commerce (Mercury, if you please), and looking a good deal like tbe goldeu iniK on tbe top or the Paris Colnnm of July. Hanncrs and eniini of all tbe 'ethciland provinces and citiva flutter from every point and alue of the structure. But tlx palace liea as yet in the midst of a mero waale, a dusty, arid desurt, with a few dejected and battered old smoke-dried trees, orjrinff a acanty abade to three or four of the dullest and iom clumy of hackney cnaches. There arc no fountains, and no statues, and no brilliant groups. TH8 BXUIH1TIOST. Yct tbe exhibition is open. It lias come Into existence, like 'Macduff,' a little prematurely und Inloima.ly. It aeeina odd to talk oi Dutch imp.i lienor but It really eeema that the Dutchmen did grow Impailent u bare tbelr exhibition opened at once, and ao public opinion voted it complete, or complete enough, and opened it was, suddenly, and witbout calm and gradual preparation, much oi an oyster ia opened. Therelorc It ia aeon ut present to some diead vantage outaide, aud to less advantage within. For when you enter the great central ball, behold It Is all but empty. There ia atplendld throne, all crliuaon velvet and gold, nearly as impoaing aa tiiat of 'King Camliuj' in the Lyceum HamM ; and thls.ol course, ia f.ir nil Majtaty Ktng Wllliim ; nnd there are many range.-, of beau for his Majesty's aulijecta when lb grand oar of pageant comes ; and there are a few baets and statues (omc of plaster, and worth piobably two and sixpence each) ; but there ia nothing else. Where are the wealth of Amster dam, tbe products of litrecbt, tbe la lor of Arn htim, tbe toila of Lev den and Haarlem, the tieamrc of the spicy colonies received by Rotterdam ? 'Well, toe country has tbem all to exhibit, aud will exhibit them, or, perhaps, Is doing to eren now ; but your e orrespoudont aav none of tLtm as be stood beneath toe b -.iimlul Tool of tbe eenirai bull in the Amsterdam Crystal 1'ainoe. It Is really a beautiful room, looktng like a combination on a small acale or the Manchester ie irude 1L.1I and tbe by dentiaoi Palace nil glass and Iron, and white moulding, and stneo and gold. In the rooms which run otf this hall, like the courts of our own Crj BUil Palace, you do lnueed see crowded and Buleudid sowimens ot the more brilliant and ornntnemul products of j ttiiMu ram nuu iiiuusbry. uere you aeo won Utrlul pieces oi upbolaleiy aud rare ca'iinct work. and bronzes and porcelain, and gold and silver, and steel and brass, and iron work. ; Parian marblo and juabnatcr statues, silks aud velvets, and tiiple-piied carpets, and models of ships and steamers, and cannon; curious specimens of mechanism, aud quaint, fuut istic Du co oina msata and gorgeous mirrors and dazzling chan deliers. Hrre you see, too, some Knglish and American goods and contrivances why exhibited there 1 know not aud you hear the unresting Clatter of the sewing-machine, which nim-ts yon in every industnul exposition everywhere; and the lady who makes. crimson silk parse out of a red skein and two or three twists of a little wheel, seems as natural siid inevitable a pait of tue performance aa a Kiss's Amazon or a heading Girl. One court is given np to Dutch modern paiutinB's, and to enaiarlmji of the wonderful masterpieces which biuig the artists and connoisseurs of die world to fcaai their jes upon tbe museums of Amsterdam and the Hague. In other places ouo is rather surprised to see a good many linlisti engravings from modern English works of art engravings huh jou may buy in tbe btrand for scvon-and-lixi ence apiece, but which seem to look upon Jou with a sort of pride from the walls of tms Anikttroam 1'abce, as if they would rebukiugly Cull) our attention to the fact tu.tt appreciative strangers could detect in thutu that rare value Which a heedless aud unworthy puolic had denied to tbem at home. "H would not be fair to Judge of fho aspect of this palace from tbe present view. It ia now only a lieauuful building, id which there 1 to be an exhibition. But the building itself, though small indeed when compared lo that at Sydenham or tbe cxdnant ornamental Broniplou, is one wuich does iuttuiLe credit U the great city il cuna a, and bespeaks for the Dutcnman the taste wluca ap prtcUtus a new style of architectural art. AN OVTHIUE VIEW. "There are galleries running round the palace, and yon may emerge upon one of their balconies aid enjoy a strange and wonderful sight. Sec, at jour feet lies quaint, pictuieaque, fuubiatic, venerable Amsterdam, wiib its three hundred bridges spauniug lis Innumerable cnnals, and its ranges of high houses seeming almost to join their gables across the narrow, rugxed, crowded streeta. ian trees in straight rows line every where tbe long quays, fsometlmes there are no quays, but the green waier of tbe canal washes tbe basements of tbe houses, and tbe bargt man, as he poles his heavy craft along, puts cnt bis huge oar to save himself from ' a collision with the bill of your parlor window. Long Vitus of streets if streets they mny be called are to be seen from this bakony of the People's Palace, In Which bouses and trees and masts and hulls and water are so mixed ud l nether that von wonder whether a sailor going aloft never stops bj mistake into a garret-wludux, or a respevtab.e burgess, having extinguished bis nightly candle, dues not tomcumes lay himeelf down to rest in Ihe rigging of a ship. You can look down upon the huge and monotonous pi.e wui.h Is bliugs P aUce (where bis M.ijeny apeuds a whole fort night on' e a rear) and Town Hall tone i her, aud wbrre, in a ast and aplendid ball of inaride, hang almost as mauv tatiered flags as adorn the chapel of the Iuva ides; and where, among counties blackened banneia of Spain, you may ace aoms tropoies or wnicn me invaiidea canuor hoast :he spoils of many an Knglish war-slap. The pilace ia surmounp'u, i know not wny, ty an unsightly siatua of Atlas, with a vast globe on bis hack. Yon can look into some of the few real streets streets with two rows of houses and no water Which Amsterdam possess. A niHI.ICAL TRKASl'llE. "In one of these streets ia a peculiarly quaiut and old-fashioned huuse, with a large wooden cfllgy of an open Bible over ita djor. Here the urst uuau .Dime was piiuieu uy acou van L,les. veld In lo42,aud it bears the emblem to this dav. lint on the seats before the door now strange visit ors sit, and smoke, aud ga.e upou the streaming population. For tbe place has become a hotel, and an excellent one. i he wooden Bible once nsed to land opeu at the page where tit. Paul advises Timothy to use a little wlno for bis stomach's ake. The enterprising personage who first con verted the old priuting-bouae into a hotel saw a peculiar ana nappy appropriateness in the pas aage. But the house being much visited bv traveling clergymen, one of them demurred to the exhibition oi such a text iu such a place as avoriug of levity and the shop, and the page was many yaintcu over, anu a text substituted which no one could construe into a whimsical adver tisement of the good wine sold beneath. Mr. tipurgeon. lately visited the house, and we believe expressed little sympathy with the scrupulous Pety which would have tbe old emblem thus prudishly remodelled. The house in iuwjlf ia one sight of Amsterdam. You enter it irom a svnjot as bnay aud crowded aa Cheapido, aVtlrf ""r'dor. ud find that the back Ih I uirectly into a canal lined by but tew? Jiw: tluM'"b wa8hof 9 the only ,1 ?t?. h1low yo."r ?iadw' a"l lika i'l.ti,rt,ulom,b by a gondola toapaieen.""' beader like 'MUe-ua- Hotih Germany, aw?, !?un torn lately visited in itw'lia, aud seriouV(w''OTe blown dow numeruus houses in vrujumT8J w aou to In bhe country tho injur, ta.ttUlU Jf ,UB wn. jams is very great. The fruit trees w th mirri" rlaoea completely itripped of tbab w'iU ,ual ta crea. .tiiyi iuM blt rrHov4b sroTit r tar- ihnwH'oih mriTV, v , MrTr.yR ISM To K . M I Sr Mrn vniir PS'-tnnil In ln- It mal Atfwow, I am vsry mm s nblU-cl to yon li jour kiniln's ri"Nkn riinilrt riirion. F, W, A. wi Bhstfl'St ll't S'llil-THiSN will aii.iw, Arsopf kiKursiKnt Ne Vch n .nil rhlls-lnlf.hia ir i )i,wec,,ij , rw-'M-M II H I X. HI'S I Itll .rtltr.N. Willi l t i,-ii-l'ipjniiiM.,,iHiinpii' nn pnP, of 'A I'srl - llf DIN Ix'mniM irsiiaiil ft...... , .... '" " ';"llr. l"l, lilinroins cl.v.ll,, V.uw. r, .i do. I nil nt It"' linif- OI Hi.. ,1. ,i,.-t,,., , ,)a .K,n Mi-. I. ir.'. ism i.ar. r....i h.. i, w a pruMiin- .n I .tin. ni I-'.II.I. Ill ami un l -..IT-.1.,, B-Knii a wpfh li. 'ore ins (siiinM vi-rr iTiiprt'df it.tf r-iii . ..... I i. ....,.,.. ,...,,,,,. w, , to Mr. I I.. li. rn oi lui,i o l. r l r in Mtmstl.in thai thsv I.Ar hi. n .-arrrt r,.r. n,l .. imi iu, , li,. in , ,,r.- vf :if .lm.. Won.. all. in V.,.n-;m ry. Pi, , n-.'.l " 7 ' "r " sir win s. M-. wi lism ati-inrt.. .,,,111 , w ut'if lli will I Hi , iiflrniknitiii an. j iisrt l.r,,,,,., wrlln nils K.ptnL ii.hI ,i mir - l'-ir Kiln I mi, an.l )h III b-rHKivv.1 uf Ativ snsHI 1,1 " umiirs.'l ia, In lamrj I,, (n.-in -.lo t., ., VMI 'lit. rOLITICAL JOTTINGS. . Fx Governor W'llllnm A. Newel! was recently nomlmitcil as the Viiion ramlldate for fongrcss in the isciond 1 .strict of New Jersey. The dis trict i noiT rcprcsciilcd by lion. (Icorgc Middlcton (Drm.), who was rlee'ed in ls'12 by a vote of l.lHj against I(i,f- 4 for Wm. r . Ilrown (Union ) niuioritv. I - i in IMiO. the vote wan: lor Lincoln, M..(i.i; rnsion, la.mi Kepublican iiiauiriiY. -1.X . .nr. ,m'ii:ii resides In Krcchold iMonmoiiin coiintr. and is verv nnniilur. Mr Miuiiieron uas occn noiiiniiitcd for re-election 'Ihe inloni-tsof West VlriHnia lma nnn;. narea tne ioilovinir ticket - Ki.r in.rp Irllrn. T TI..A. r tr , .... ' . ...,i,.i,ii,ii, in i (iou c'liinty. f or S)i)(irii tary of Mate, tiranvllle II. Hull, of IMrrison itin'y. l or Auditor. Caranlicil Tnrr.ol llrookc louniy. rur Aitorncy-Uencriil, piiihriiin 11 lall, of llarloii couutv. l'or ('onirress. I'. II Itililiard. nf Ohio rniiniv. K ir IV, .ui l,.,,il .1 Kiectors nt l.nri'e. Kllcrv It. H ill, of M.irion county, and W. K. Mi'vcnson, of Wood county Ibe soldiers stationed at Mnmnhis have Ispimi Toiing (iniarniany) on t.io I'resnli ntinl (iiiestion 1 lie result may lie Interred from the au iioined returns : 11 lib Illinois, for Lincoln 31!), for Mo Clellun .11 ; Htb Iowa, for Lincoln 4:18, for Me- s ICIian 22: asllineion llosn la . for Lincoln 0-17 for McClellan li. Total for Lincoln, 1(W4 ; for JdcC'lellari, US. Lincoln's majority, 870. The Inmates of Hosnitnl No. ln,ioi ..i .uaiiaiicsuga, ienn., recently voted for Presi dent. Ihe vote was aa follows: Lincoln, 720 McClellan, 73; Fremont, 1.1; Lincoln over Mc- v,icuaii, ii . i no vote in a Kcbcl ward attached to tbo hospital was, for Lincoln, 3 ; for McClellan, 51. Tbo bounty-i umncrs iinnnsoned in tl.o h.. Litals recorded 3i votes for McClellan, 10 for incoln, and 7 for Fremont. A vote for President was lately taken among tbe inmates of the United States Uonerul Hospital, at York, I'eun. The result is appended : Por Lincoln 12-10 Por McClellan , 3BH Lincoln's majority , , 870 Every county In Pennsylvania, that voted In fuvor of Governor Curtin (Union) in IWs'l, voted also for Ihe soldiers' right of suffrage, while every county voting ag.ilnst the soldiers' right of suffrage voted aguinst the Governor last year. Senator McDongall, of California, recently spoke in Logan county. 111., In favor of the elec tion of McCicllun and Pendleton. His colleague, Hon. John Conness (a War Iiomocru'.l, will sooa tsko tbe stump in California for Lincoln and Johnson. The 63d Kentucky Kegiment, on their way through prunkl'ort recently, cheered tbe Union candidate for President till they could cbecr no longer. The soldiers of Kentucky are almost unanimous for Lincoln und Johnson. Hon. Theodore Mule Is the Union candidate for Congress In the Fourth District of New Jer sey (now represented liy Hon. A. A. lingers Peace Democratic). Democratic mnjority, 1802, 3187. j Rev. Robert J. Tlrecklnridgc, of Kentucky, lias taken the stump In Ohio for the Union Na tional and Kline nominees, lie recently addressed a large mid enthusiastic auditory in Pike's Opera House, Cincinnati. The officers of the 12th lleginient of New Jersey Volunteers, now -with General Giant, voted for President a low days ago. Ten votes were given for Lincoln und two for McClellan. It is stnted that Hon. George II 'Williams, tbe newly elected (Union) United States Senator ftoin Oregon, Is a native of tbe town of rompev, Onondaga county, JN. Y. Ex-Governor Clifford, " of Massachusetts, hitherto an opponent of the Republican party, i? now out for Lincoln and Johnson, and will epeuk iu lueir uenaii. The soldiers bclon-'ing to Daltcry B.let Ohio Volunteers, recently voted for President, when every one (ouo hundred and titty in all) declared for the re-election of President Lincolu. The 1st Pennsylvania Cavalry lately beld f.n Infoimiil election on the Presidential question, when 17! votes were thrown for Lincoln and 121 for McClellan. Hon. Roscoe Conkling has taken 'be slump lu Oneida (his own) county. New York. Kuto Senntor Bailey is also 00 the slump. Oneida county will give an increased Union nuijoriiy next month. The Muine soldiers nro to vote at the Novem ber cloction. The "Pine-Tree" State will then give a Union majority twice as large us that just recorded for Governor Cony. Tbe Tenth Regiment of Connoctifnt Volun teers recently voted for Prcside-.t and Vice-President. Lincoln and Johnson polled over four-fifths of ail tbe votes cast. Company B, Engineers' and Mechanics' Regi ment or Michigan, voted on the Presidential ques tion a few weeks ago, when Lincoln received 101 out of 109 votes. FINANCIAL. J.'IXIHT' NATIONAL I! A IN It NEW UNITED STATES n-0 LOAM) 40,000,000. Tliis lUuk it Tiurt(l to rs-.elituif (reLuuatry r. alt if Two per seal., tm imiiiI of Hilt Loan, rtairirt-d bv ixa ndvert'ienit-nt cf t Hicrflsry 01 the Trtary, Ocicbtr 1, lfM, end to imut raotltiU in duplit ai tl ercl- r, This Dank wUI bs ktrhiiIi 4 at tka openinj of the I14i on tlie 14U1 lnit., ty eiis of Its ofli-ri, and aavone da-k- lis' tf parUcliaia lo tl a.-ural kid of Ika Bank can mv . wlliiojt cliarxe. FurtSar bifttraiaUon will bt inn on applieailun at t)ia fUok. C. II. Morton MtMii lia.l, Jr., t'ISIIIKIt. (.'I.AliK, rUKSIIiM. 10 -.11(1? No. 10 S. THIRD STREET, 11ANKEUS AND HllOKKRS. KCie,Stocl.i,Qurteiiiiltir' Vuaelieii and Cliscki.aul H Cnvnrtimsnt S.tarltlm M iUKht and Rld. fintill TT C NEW 7-3 0 LOAN. yj ' HuUkcrlriUuiis recelvad, aad liia Nutea iwwiii,,ii.,ii ail MikJKOo, ur (JK011GE J. BOVI), lUnl-or, aat- K0.I8H.TIUKU Btrtat. o I L STOCKS bouuu r ani roi.ii OM OiMMI.sMIOrf, lUUUULJ.BOTT, U . . k .. - anW-ai Ko. 18 S.TrflKU surest. S1I K Jt M A N OIL COMPANY. OiHCJS Ho. 624 WALNUT ttTJCKtT. OAPilAL, UtOUOiOOO. 100,000 8JMKK4. ilu PA VALUE. Tim Coujiijuy own, fn tV H bun If, the Itli-hardBon Furm. OOMUtJIlillK OUJ lltlUJlUd silld tJiiri-DlUd UH MrwfvoOu rrurk; bu onft-twtmty-Mrnt of at) ti, oil prodiu ed on the 1'ltuji leiiM) on ilic Htvry Fvnn ; one-third of all Um oil pro (lured on tUt tillkipie tract, Wilt! CTut H'llw ; aud tha luijil lutartifet in Ut HwRiniJAtisffJ WelJ : aud latiiu un Ui Tire income oi tlm Kini'anv i uow afroaf two rmadred (t2A) dul!r pn day, wlucU wUI ij td dividend on th frtiubtinjiuou will A tut) Wyfijooi oi a lnrreahe. - Kllllr1lillfSn Iwuilrsi IM Mnai Anaa a. thj. CIMam v S a fVftTl p tljl J vwasaf W mVTT Vl'waa vr mvw v Biuw rw tJvwemcy. 1 -"- - . . ' t . . . nAPAnAIgH9MM HELMBOLD'9 REMEDIES. J JIOX.MltOL.lVf- IXUID EXTRACT BUCUD 0 Ti t 'on-Slliit1n i.r !i.wnttriif a of Print, Irrltstlnn Isfltimnstioa or l'l-rti.i ( u RkuMw r Kidnaja, Cm '. t-'mtl r hritl Ji.i( Dipoit tr& all Iiicra.r, 1 tr, Itlaiia.r Kslnti, snil ln lt al ssUlnys. 1IKI,M liOLi) H ILVID Ei TRACT BCCUU ror Weakar ul.ina frum Eiialva lml:icrtl. ii. Tha Karltnlk.riM afltatcdwilb Crtnic Wtaituu raaiilraa tha aldtf mtilklna ! in aqihrnmnj inetgontt Ihe vlrm whicb irjilJtnoi'S EXTRACT ni'O0U Uviulably soaa. If no tnnuurat It olaJiUd H, Cooauartlia or Imanlty n,tT ii'Of. HKLMllOLD'H rLUID BXTHACT OF BVCIIU, la atTeaUoni pceiiUar to 'TaMiLi, ' la aaaqaalad by aa Ihar preparation, at U Clioroila, or Battalion, Irrf - lrlliirliirtaifi, or Bupprtilon of Cuitomary Eto natloai; I'lcaratad, or Sclurroua Blnta of ll.e L'leraai Lentaoita, and all somplnlala iaieident to Ua ax, hither artiinf flrora lablts of !! tJi a hapradaiiol'ia, ar In Ue dttllnf or ri.aarr If HELMliOLD'ft FLVID EITBACT Ercuj id JVIfROYU) KOSE WiHH M ill raultailj trailaatc Iron Ilia ajuKin Slaaaacaof Ilia Vrtvkij Organs aritlag from Dabiiaof Diailpalloa, of II l)t tiftiiii, lii;( tr no ihaxtt in dul, noincoavan(a or irvsurt; comoltUJ! iapraadiii( thota unpleant ami dangtroui rcittliti, Cojaiia U'xj Kturjv,lD ill Um dlira-tl. 1JSSJ5 HKLMiiOLiD'S riTJlB EXTRACT EVCUU Ie aii lilitatxa of ll.t Urinary Ortruii, whettur txiitint, m "Jlah 'ot "fraiefr," rom KhaUvtr iuu originating, sad no maiiir of ho ten? Uunitlnj. It t piuiant ia laula and d.r. "JttmuliaU" In octiun, .nil mora atrmtilinilDthan anyot tha prparat.iii of Hart or trot. Tbiiie aufTaiine from yiron Oona or Ddiia'.e Constitu tion!, prorurt tho Rimeilo ! eiut; Tka rlr uuti ba anar Uial, kowavu tUskt auj da le attfk of ili ihii Ulicaaas, It la oartaln to affect hit Mil Jlmllh, Mmtal to!, -, 4 i-i, u,J ,u Vi tartly. PniSlCIANS, PLEASE NOTICE. M E MAKE NO SECRET OF INGREDIENTS. SLUB0r.D'S FLUID EXTBACT I1UCUU Ia comriased of liuehu, Cubeti, urn Juniper Berric$, aa lacted with (Teat ears and prepared In vacuo kr II. T. lltLMllOLD.Dmagibt and Chamuit of ilxteen years' ss- perlooos In fths city of rkUalelpula, and now prcacriUad bytlie niostemhiant of the faculty, and bar beon ad mitted U uaa la ttia United statai Annr, auJ ara alio la vary (enaral uaa In State UoapltaU and pnblle Sanitary ImUtttUoui throuaiiout tha laud. Trica IJ per kottla, or aut fcr to. Dsllvered to tuy sddrsaa, accoupauloil by e plklt flirtation. Slraot lottera ta PELMBOID'S Drug and Chctnfctl rt'arahouia, Ko. 00 Broadway, How Tork, Or KELatBOLD'B Medical Dapot, o. 10 a. Tenth atreet.riilladelpbJs, Bawars of CouitoifalU. Ak lor UUlB0U'g, aud tail no om. riiyalcuui In aHendancs froM T tfl:k A. sf , to I r , M. ol4 by PrWili rrtryvlicre, ," t ll tutts IMrDICAL. WRAaLTJI. JII' ALTH. AND M to ran" Iiit1'iii (rhi lU bift htsmlnit Acrt 1ftdtriR, dylHt la aa nr- Hmrnl Vu hmy a ht of rttta'it; If Mr vtre to . nmfHtPi; li with filth htira h'iM.d to irtl : II a aiarbfe pt"t hn dvtvl V'uiTiil If to Mvr tfuvciTr nd t?n, iNt lnjf il oflpT i H ut it a hf- nf i '' i li tu d aatl Kt lo 9rtaf-IItjitiT I If yi-n wth a 1 1 'a of aleiuiiitM ; If von value tr i wnr 4 n irwi'irip ; If cvry ron.luit you won hi hp. Tfc ft ) alv. . gad wiih tU .7.r., Ttn, hATintr llfahii, WtMh.an() Hnaii'.y, Vu II b rr-irl Vr evr? dtitr. Tit fftnfDi iriiil of Dr.ttlLUAM YorserS Ww RmV, INK MAftRI AOK (Vir:. whL h fhould t rand ay avs?rT un1 hold by iukhW'-t gm (. in 4 t U a Dotnr bflica, Vv. it HlfclCfi f lKltrirt prka wnu. f S AMAIllTAN'8 CUKE a AM A II ITA N rl ll'ltn. sa maiii r a n m r'liui:. HA II A HI TA ti H HkK. KAMAKIIANH ll'liT.. hAMAKI TAN H I'lll . fAMAiiiriNM ruin:, mnintiis rt'iii;. HAMAKI TAN' rt I'l'Mi:. HAMAliRANK (lilll-.. T f-nlv aim- atift At rttnfilv f tir llfnnrrhf.i rn.l auuiuie, Ac. (.urea iii nil imhuh in irmit t, tu t. I'rle tl Wale i-l r. oiale ""nt liy niall. lOl T A CO., li Aff-nlS. PAVArrM s rfv.r.. 8 A M A H IT A N I'l'lli;. a awaki a n h i'hiii:. Cam a km a n s itkk. AaMAkIToNH I'I'ltl'.. KAMAItlTAS It CI'UK. fiAMAItl I AN S ( I III'. HAWAItirA H ( I I'.K. "AM Altl I AS 1 CUKK. HAMAKITAS' 4'1'HK. THE (.ft RAT fil'M ll n; Milt Mti HI T Mp.dsM, Hi rintial w.-nknm, I .mwirrliif n. I ilrpi. A-. Fa. h lioi r-mialiK Ku rilla.aud wul i m In iruiu two lo alx tii3 n. I'ru'i- It Is ali-o (t4-rtain t n.lrf lunr and powr lo thni who an o. t,litiir. ty rji.t'. or anv otlirr i-mi.r, an-l will lf.( re All to lull vn'nr fit' viiiilh. If-n Hi. I'lll. .ra ...,l without Uia lnle.-tii-n. In llienc- iif t. onv I'lll llir ihuim a ilny. (Krnt by mailj C. rilll C JIOSF. rrnprlclr, liu '.'uv. runt i unco. Frlc Afrentii, imirr 1: iu, 'c- S-TV N. IScA-V-HUSirrtt. Bt anra anil noli lVr MAMAKITAN S (TUB. HM Mil l AN S I'HK. HAMAKI I AN M TUii. hamakitn h cum:. HAM AKII AN H CUKK HAMAKII AN H II IIIX B.MAKITAN ti fil'KK. H A M Altl T A IS S ClIKK. NAMAHI I AN tl CCIIK. HaMaKITA.N S CI'llK. fcT Itl'P IiE til ll(l). HI I' flR RICiH.n. HVKI'I' 111. Itll OKII. 1SVHI P UK HIiKlIU). H l.cr UK HK'dKO. BVKIIP UK Hl' lltl. HYKI'P UK IIICHMl. BYlll I' HE ICICHIJl. HYHI I' UK HOOI'll. "Ylll'P UK ItlfOlT). t-YIll P DE HI I'ltll HVUCP HE ItlCOl.l). l.lll' DE ItU oHl). HYItl'P III'. Ill Dill). P It IP IiE IIICdlM). MYltl'P UK IrlCOUD. HYItI P DE KHMItl). f.vnr j)E Picjiin. hyki i- itv: uiwiid. H lit f Ut. Itn Ollll. HYItl'P lB ltli!()!:l. SYHl'P lie IIU OM1). HY ICCP IlK KICDIII). hVKrp hi: im iiitD. kyiii t i.b iiicukd. A n-rtAia cure for alt lorm. of Vi nnmul humuu. n. In the a-ltiniiPHD Hnanliala. and tlm ariiii.!. n.mn.u.ii Jvurupt ami Anicrl-M. 1 III Dr. Darullull ha. no rnnal aa an .r..u.ni. At .I... formot flf.t-asc. and .ireti'liuna UM'conitliiitiuDi.'iiii!r:ill. ll Will euro all Mnrea. HllOia. I'lmuk'.. Intl.ra. nan aruptlolia, UO umttot ftoin what caunc ox how long itand- J'rice ft per bottle. frlil Afarta. IIMIIT A I'll! Holn Aitenta, ItYill' r At l), Hull-Amenta, HYOTT t o. f. 2 13 . HI'.i'OVI) Nir.ot. Bent to any addre-s. an w tuth i.-in rP II E S A M A It I T A N ' S CUKE J. can hp. hPi.ip.n on i EEK l-All.S TO Cl'ltl'.! IlOEl NOT NM'MF.tTrl IN rlPPEDY IN ACTION I IO fllATKIE OP DIRT It Ki 1 1 'III ar li I LOKR NOT IN I Kill P.KK WITH IUMI nkh , pcltsi'll s I in nr. i i'ru III111LII 1 1)1. 1 BiJ 1 ly-, : Pile . Mu ! or Feir..il. Stnl I J mall lo aa; t udren. P. TRK'B Ttr.vp, liua viirti P'l.t a i 'li. e. Pole At'Tta. iivin r a. i n . 10-1 tuilnaiu Bo. 292 W. NtVOKI) Kirei I. It. J. S. HOSE'S OOLDKN PILUS. ' 1'p to thia tfrl d fcnialea bava b.cn humhuirn i ht Pe.airt.l, Atdmnliul HupHnt. r, A'-, ror tun euro of Mill liar .f iliw Yoitih and inwa' 0bl Ity, ovlif.-li ni tang on oi 1 priv pallia lv, If not lniiiil"ii.. aniioijt nr. itnaaa f aueria nuv reen um k tufli ao-urdiuca Triit relna hi (Mii.n una, and ihoirtiy nli am aoirii-ct ante by the nao of oil a ft-w n-i-i.-s. ror tlie.-coin. pialn'i -)n liex la wnrih a hund d Alii, mlai-ltiinn ,r fn Prleo. Wrmia per box tut Agt-a.i, bru'Pr At '. No' m M. HWH) B.ieet, io l-thalni IIEICIMAL COD LIVER OIL. JOHN O. HAKIR ft OO., 0. 718 MARKET RTBKT, are new riceWnr their aupplla. fresk from the B hria. Tha auperioriiy of their OIL In every reii-eet, haa nalned ftr It a raiuMikn and talc leyoi-d xuy c-liir fuund In the market. loBiaintiiln It, tliey are determined tc tnj ply an article Uiat may be entirely relied on for frefbneea raid f urUy. Weetet'tnii 'il-ilti nf Pio't om of U die Cc 11. uea. anil WEiIGIIT & SIDDALL No. 119 Market Street BETWEE PltOH1? AVD BJ.C0UD PTKP.ETS. c. T.WRiiihT. r. a. an n -.ll. DRUOGISTf, I'll TSICIANS, AHD OKNFBiL KTOHER EEPI.Bfl, Von And at eureai. bliahuient a lull aieorttnentor Imported and Dcmeille Dru, Popular Patent lledklnea, PaJnta, Coal Oil, Wlndon Ulan, Prescription Viala, lie, at aakw priceaaa genuine nrit-claaaa'oods can be nold. VINE ESSENTIAL OILS Far C'onleetionen, In full variety, and of the beat miallly, Cocnlueal Benital led'ae, Madder, Pot Ah, Cndliear, Poca Aib, Alum, oil oi Vltrtel, Annatlo, Oopneraa. Extraet af Lotwood, Ac., Polt DYEltS' nae, always on band, at ewe-it net ea-b prlce. Pl'HE SPICKS FOB FAMILY UHE, tirounoexpreiyr;ir our aalea . and to which wa inrlto Die a'lenilonorthoeoln want af reliable artlclei. Alao, JMiitlO, .yTAKl JJ, UUiilARO, ic, of tllr fuattiy. Order, by mall, or city poet, will meat with rmnint at- teniln,or apr.elal quotation will be furnlsktd wticn r- Bfited. WWOHT & RTDDATJU Whole. ale Drug M'arehouae, J-l7 Xo. 119 MAItKLTHtreel, above Trout 7 -vit.i.Aroia'E's LIFE EMXinilESrOIlES J ' lo lannly vd'or alt who are aulli-riiia- (ro a lmialred i ' " ..eoiinv. i,,iwne-n oi l.nril, l.oa of aliilry. Ac. iilnrtlier ariBlnu lr.mi inn ..iiani. ,.i - nattielt.a v ce, ixiiv.k,. atnih, or inii'rnVir effort. Prli . " a i . v. " . 7 "'"OL-aa. iij O.K.. trilAll, .o. o. t.lc.lllll hir.MU inularatuiii dac. t;kvir and ague cuked vimiam's I teiernnd Au-i e Snecilc la arui-riiiited io cure any aeol m.iiii ami l v. r 'l rv it and Ira omvlni ed. I'm , l. Nen: pr.-i-juild io B iv ai Ir.ai.l.y .(', UPllaM, No. ... .. i.,,.., i ii .-ix.-i. i i-cuiara aeiiilrt-e 4 8TI1MA ci'iti'.i). relief gi:ah av. u tet-d In t n n.i it -..ami a n.oi, u..t ....... a ty tie in i.f "I pt -tin's Asthma I'liia)." ;,. ,f tr,u li-li o ln-tii'y y, 'in s' rfiandina l-ld at one In ii in rrio.f'-1. r-.nl i..si -ui I lo anv iiililn'HH. bv s. t' ui'IIam' So H . EHill I'll Sue, t. Circular aant'rrae.' ' "II AIR I'IMIOOTED 11 rn o- r. n licidH, and all parts of th-' boly n Ilia lulu u: vs. without uniiry to ihe akin. Lv I Ml. ,m . li'..utori rowd.r. ' I'Mvll. Mai i-.l to any addieaa .-.ujn.. -ja , jio. to o. juoii in Mirect. Cin iiliira s. lit Iree. T G YOU COLOR YOUR WHISKERS ASM) Xt Vonst.o'f' 11 lo.uae the' Japouean liar Hlnln." 1.U hair dyeiii the world e.ua! toll. Only one pre para. linn ; eiiiora a niitural hlaik or lir.wn. I I'll AM, No, V.', a I. K. lilll Binai. aole atteiit. Mlet-ntt, ahox. ai-i-thftju, J CARD TO THE LAlTlEsT" Bit. nrro.NOO'S oolden pills for females, lnlallllile In correi llujr, nxulalliiir, and renmrlnc all oti-lriutioiia liom vihati-iei laiiseH, and uhiaya auccianul at a prvvuuiliu. These Pills are nothing new. and have been uied bv the Doi tor for many ear, both lu I'rume and Auieri.a, with I'bliaralieled aiieii-ha in eery euac ; and he it mieed by iimiiy Uiousaud ladiea who havo uaed theru, ti make the l'llla pul.hu for the alleviation of thoae aiiiroruia frout an) Uicitnlai'lliua ilialavi-i, a. Hell aa to pn-vuut an In-1'ii-Hi.i'ot luuill.v liherehealta will nnl pernili It. Female peculiaily ailuated, or thoae tutipoaiiiK theiu.elvea ao, are (atitluntd UKalnat uaiiiK Ihaae ptlla wlillo lu that coiidltlon, a the ir(iiilotor assiitnes no rt-iimn.ibilil.v alter the ahove adlniniltion, allboiiKh Ihelr luihltieiia would prevent any liilai'lilef lo lit-itlth, otherwise the l'llla are recouiiuendeil. I ull and explioit dtieilioiia iiccouipauyliiit each box, l'rlee SI, or aix boxeyor S3, bvld wliuleaale and retail by the tolliiiviim linitur.ii.: Uliolt. White t'o No. M K. Fourth atreet. YVUlIu a Hlddall, No. Ill) Market ativnt. A klaraLall, oinuer of 'Milrteoulh and Market alreeta. f-elgler A hiultli, corner of hecoui! and t.tuuii alioila. I'vott v Co , No. Ml N. Hteoiul at rest . Joiniioii, llolloway A Cowduli, mid ll. C. lieliuour, ( aindeli. At itt-ul li) all di utljlila. Ladles, by icudiiiff , , ONE POLLAK To eitlier amil.wan have the 1-1 1 I H Kl- NT I -i i kin fit-' VI i a r.i v I7 mall, to any part of ttio cily or couuiiy, free of poalnto. H. I). noYi'E, t-K-vm Ko, J4f W. TinitTY-BIXl II Htr. at, N. Y. I'll ILADELPTIT A BURGEONS' IIANDAdK UrtfllUTE, No. li Nortk NINTH Mtrael. ahova Alarkat. Huotuj-aa raiiieaUreured hi n c it kiuvrr a l'laiulum Pawoil braduathig Preaau-a Tniaa. Huperhar P.latio BIU, KtaaUo block itiaa, aiupuortera, BUoulUar Braoaa, Itaapau Soilea.Orolehaa, A. - J0la4uslujalrl. B.C.EVEBt lX eayiVJj A : yyiirN WILL 1EEPE0FLEBE WISE? Tuf4rsi rt) IhonMfxU t floiUr ftr ftlf, Itttd hnnslrf ( ant tliontatnds t ih Doit mn nd wonMn f Amrlr Ilnnr In tn, and Jl, arH fin a prarratiirts fraTtt, with that awTul dlncaita, I'j(icria. T.py trr this ahjMclas., ftni that ahfllcian. hut ala! ala ! no rwllssf, no "re; and the nti. w fur oi thn thayhnva t"nto that burn fr "in whanea no travo cr tf tiimi " wc nay to t'a lrk tint tli? wltrti-Kfrii wt ftivr tlm inj i f th" on trf'i! 'Dfi" tf Ijpcpia niaiilrby 1)U. WIMIAItTS (III? AT AMEHlCAt riYHI'I.Pm P1LLK AND PINK THKl; TAIt (OltMAL, Ara from mm and women of onfi'iiiti'snahie worth ind riptita'lon. T'o y live in ano arennd l'hlHlletn'. lo and h' ar Ihelr te.tlminy. Many of tham were laved rrrm the very Jew el death whan a'l hepe waa c&e. DTPrtraiA has in?: ?'Li.ovriNO pvmi'toiis- lar. A eon'tant pain or aueaiinas at the pit if (be atomai h. Jd Flatulenea and aridity. Jd. Coatlveuea and loaa of apillte. aih. Dloem and depression of ipirlti, I'th. Iilarrbira. with aritiii-f. Sib. Tain In all parta of the ayl'i aa. 7th. Censiirrptlve ayniploiua and palpitant ne t the heart. S.h. Ceuk'h, with phlegm In ihe throat. nth. Mervoue aneeilon and want ef aleep a: nliit. lOlh. l oaa of appetite and vem'tln-. Ilth. Iilalnea, dlmneaa ol vlalou and U aa eaf sleM. Ulh. Ileadai he and ataiKerir.f n walking-, wuk treat weakneia. Out of the thoiiaand of eaae of dvnpi pile that have naed Dr. Wlsharr (treat American Dynpepsia Pilla, not one of thm haa failed ef a perfect enrc. We warrant a enre In rriryca'f.no niarterlfof twenty ycara' atand liifr. Bald by all dt tavlata ever v where, and at Dr. WIHIIAKT "lotPce, No. 10 N. SECOND Street, Phllav el pbla, Pa. All eaaminaifona and eon.altatlotia free of Hiarge. Feud for a i Ircular. Price tl ier box, Seutby aiailree of shatk'e, on iteelpt of money. I)YRPEPSlA-DYSP?:rsiA. Mr. Wlal.art. I wl.h to add my testimony lo the hun trelayou receive to Ihe l.eallnx propenlea of your Plna Tree Tar Cordial. For fllteen year a anfferer, lea voara of that time I have alept only In my ehalr, aot keliw able to lie down for fear ol aaMoeallon. I kave employed aevem of the beat pliy.lclana In Pklladelphla, who all prononnced ni) eaae Incurable. I a taken to Uie Collaiie. where tbe Faculty, havlnt done what they could, declared my dia enie an laeurahle eaae of A.Uin a and Chronic DyapepMa. In ll laat ataxe, and that my liina were partially yoae. Finding one of yoor elreutara, my wife procured from your atore a bottle of your Cordial. Perrevcrlnirly I uaed aeven bottlea, and a box and a half of your Dyapepsia l'llla, when 1 felt that my diaeaae Had wholly given way, and the Cor dial bad given me new vigor and itrenglb. I ontlnned lo Inniove, and for tbepaat three motitha I have been able to aleep in m bed aa aoundly aa I ever did. I aia now well, and have gained twenty-live pound In my weight I am able to work aud provide for my family. I tend yon thia true and faithful atalenient for tbe benefit of the uf- ferli.g. Friend, call and aec me, near Oxford Chunk Polioniia-Twentj Inird Ward, Philadelphia. ISAAC Jlgl.LERM lK BH. WimiAKT'S CHEAT AMLRIC'AS DY.SPEi-.SIA PILLS. Thia It to certify ll-it i aurrered for (en year with that dreadful roinplalnl raded aypeoila. I auflend mm I) pnin and diairea, with gloom and deprcnlon of soirlu 1 wa triau j by elaht dlDeRnl pnyslciana for my om- piau.ta, anu at liinea wa much better, but then my old lliise, .haiitpila, would return with all Its dieadlul nalitlea.aiidiuy whole aatciu wa fast wasting away, la thia sirs and dtbillta.ed state. I woi handed a circular cl Dr. Wlfhurp great AmerUan I)y.iepsia Pl.l and Pine 1 ree 1 ar Cordial, which gave a correct description ol air tiiiifilni, and I determined to place myself umltr the Doctor a care, and take hi medicine. Aa oon as I commenced tue ue of the medicine, 1 began to gvt better, and 10 I continued threo months, at which tln-e 1 wa pelfectly cured of all my couiplaiuia. ana pel lecuy restored to Health; I am to-day a well nun nr. viisnart, i give yon thia certificate with a grateful heart for the beniilt I have received irom the use of your truly wonderiul medic ncs. May Ood bic you aud pre serve yotirtritly oselui l ie for many years. I would say lo every tick pertnn who was mtlarliur a I wa mat my rssidenc I No. lhii Richmond atreet, Philadelphia, where 1 win lake great delight In giving testimony to tbe great power ol Dr. wtibart medicine to cure F. II. ALLE.-f. Dr Wlshart'a Store and Office, No. ION. AECONU Street Philadelphia. DYSPEPSIA! DYSI'i.PSIAl I.Mosea Kcuiinl.dc certify Unit I wu alrk with dya- pefiaia for two jeajrv; I waa very ate k at the pitof my stomach, wlih pain In my breast, side, back and head, with dizili.ea an J tiaugcrii'i In wa.king, with great weak net. and g neral deiduty. I emplnyad, In t.iat time, sevei eminent phyaleiana, and they di tiered in their opinion of my dlicate; unit thought 1 had one disease, and some auotl er. but I va all Ihe t.Vie gelt ng worse an I worse, rjntu 1 becaiie so low that my wifo would havo to feed mo for week t.inc he. Whuo In thlt d.eadful coiidlihin, I placid nnsclf uiderDr. Wlshart'a treatment, and uaed In ureal Ancrlcin Dysprpiia 111 lej and treatmeat for Iiyipvbda, and a, the present time 1 am perfectly well, and havo gained In llesh twenty-four pounds, and cn work and attend t) my butinci as will a any person ia FcDiuylvunie, and 1 am Butincd ill a perfoct cure. Dr. Wl.tmrl, you can puhlith my ease If you see proper, aa I want to arar testlu.ony to tha great power your medicine ,aa to eur I'vspepala. All person are at liberty to call ana see uieor write. MOHE8 KOMVIIS, Si'U-iiv:i Haven, Sckuylkill county, I'l l)Y8PEPIa, OYSfEPSli. This it to cerufy that 1 had Dyspepsia In the woret fons fur Ihree year. I wa treated by seven of the beat pi.y- aiciaaa in Au.erl. a; soma of Ihern were Proleasaraoi Jcf- ferion Coil'ge, Philadelphia, but tliey did me uo a:)od. grew worae every month. 1 would be taken at tlinee with oreadful bain In my breast and eioniach'ao great waa It that 1 could aeitbersll, Ua, nor stand, but would rove abcut from one room to another ; ay friend expected to aee me die, aa there appeared to be no relief for me. In this bopa leaa otndlilos I Placed myaelf under Dr. WiaLartl treat ment, and uaed hi mcdJeioea aa directed. Thia say 1 am a wen man, and for three wrefce 1 have been ou my feet, aad working bard frvm early uurn uaUl eleven o'clock at night. Mr. Wiahart, I give you this our- tllUale with a grulefnl heart, (ei-IIng It n y duty jo do so; jon may, aud 1 want -ju to publish it to the world, mat every peraou Buffering aa 1 was may have the bsnant at aslng jour truly wonderful remediea. All tick pcriou are at lllxrty to ca I and tee me, or write lo lae, aa I want to render all Die good I can to aullertng humanity. JAMES ll. ANlltXt, Oversea- of Washington Manufai taring Comriiuy a weaving Hoc in, Olouccater, N. J. DYSPLPH1AI DYSPEI'HIAl 1- Jchc I.)uth. do certify that for four ininth pant I waa attacked whh acute dyspepsia; I was an severely handled that I itiuld do nothing but what It would II U me with dreadful dlsrri'sa ; my nervous .vatem wa. perfectly pros trate! ; my v. hole liame soou became weak and tremollng, wKh a conlitsod LOise and di7.xihesa in Cie head, h-lj.iwed by a pa i-iiau n of the heart and genera! deoUuvof the wbclebody. Every kind of medicine administered to me did no good, uuili 1 v.aa edvhed to cation Dr Wuhart and phsee rnvscif under his treatment, it Is now about nine weeks since I commenced io use his Dyspepsia 1'iU and Pin Tree Tar Curuiul, and 1 do truthfully aud faithfully say, that I am ptileelly cured of Djapepsia, and aU oln.r dlaiaic arlalng thereuom, and I can eat three good uie ila every day, and feel well In every reip-.-v t. I am 70 year ol age, and If it was necessary, I leel 1 could and would enouldcr my gun to defoud the city from Invasion by Uie ltcbela. AU persona aulUr,iig wllh Dysjieptiaaa I waa, are at Ubeny lo all and aeo me, fori feel 11 my duty to do all me goou i can lor aunerlng nuuianlt. JOHN LYNCH, No. 1k.1I Poplar atreet, Philadelphia. T"r. W1MI ART'S Store and Omce, No. It) N. SECOND di.w., . .....uou-nia, i a. exuminutkina aud coiuulta- uon tree ut charge. Price, l per boa. bcut by uuU on reccsrt ofmuney. DYSPEPSIA I DYSPEPSIA 1 Dr. Wiahart I have hoen a constant atifTerer with Py. pi-pala for the last eighteen year, during which time I can not say that I ever enjoyed a perfectly well day. There w era lime when the symptom were more aggravated tlian at others, and then It aceincd it would be a great re llol to die. 1 hud at all tlinoa an unpleasant fcelliig In my head, but latterly my tulferlngs ao much Increased that I became aaawost unfit for bualnos of any kind ; my mlud waa coiimuully filled wllh gloomy Ihoiiiihta and forebod Inga, and tfl uttempted to change their current by roadlug, at once a aonaallon of icy coldnos. la connection with a' dead weight, a It were, resled upon my bruin; also, a feeling of sickness would occur ai tho etomach, sad great pain to my eyes, accompanied with which waa the con tinual ftar of losing ra.v roaaon. I also experienced great lassitude, debility, and nervousneia, which mado It dlitt cuat to alk fcy day or aleep at night. I became averse to aociety, and disposed only to aei luslon, and havhig tried Iho aklllof a number of eminent phyalcluua of varum ectaoole, finally came lo the conclusion that for thia dlauaae at Biy present age (45 years), there waa no cure In exist enoe. Hut, through Uie Interference of Divine to whom I devoutly otter my tlianka, I at last found a aov nelgu remedy In yor l)yap, mia and Tar Cordial, which i to havo .DoctuaUy removed almoat the last trace of luy long Uat of allmenta and bad feelings, and la lliolr idace hsiillh, plcoaara. aad eoi,i,.ni,.-,,t . m. every day ootupaulon. JAMES M. 8AUNDER8. 'o. IM N. Second itrccl, Philadelphia, Formerly of Woodbury, N. J. ladJipui.?UAI'1'" Wl(:0' K'' 10 N' BUeet.Phl. 1864. rfsirp?i ivsf mhiai 1, Vt-iii Ti-I.lr. ef ISiallreham. MnntpomirT -on-.ly, la liava suffered for amire than one year ever ttliing hut death itself, flora that awful .ll-ease, e.ilH-d Pysnrp.ia. I mt'tovec In 1' al time Sve of Ihe moat eminent phv.lelan hi f'hnailf Iplua 1 hey d d ail they could lor ma wun m.'dl-eliH-a and cu a ng. oat still I was no better. I then went to the I'eniia vhatna I'nlversity in orarr to plai-e mv.ell la rea. hof the hast mi aaial tiilenta In tho country, tii'it their anesliriuea imu-tt to ,in me any rf..Ml. and uliiitut-a 1 wished ser death o selleve nie of mv su'lerttiga. hut see ng Dr. V) Ishart I ad. ertl.em.-i.r In ! a l'tiil..l, o,l.in ' ni,n..,.n -I eleternin ed to try enee more, hut with little faith. I eal'led s-i. I-. . niannri.atin solo mm 11 I could have died I would not have Ironhlrd uhn, and then reiaied mv aiiuVrioL-a to him n,e Dr. a-or. ,1 mo ll he tailed torure rue of .... M sniim oi- we nr.l run' in lao years, o put nvirU under hi treatment, .nd alllionah I had hen tor niontlrt vomlllna nearly eiervilnn- 1 ate, mv atv.m inh WnUen with wind, and tilled with pain nc vonil .Ira. rh,i,.n 1 bnuvhl a no ol hi Dspop.ia ciiis.I n.e.1 Diem aa dl reeti d, and in leu da v. 1 , onld ent a. heany a meal aa anv person In the Htate of I'l-nns) Ivanla.arid In thirty days waa a well nian. I Invite anv dit.hu itiii.rini, uu inl aee uie. nnd 1 m rela'.e aiv auirering and llio irr.'Ht cure I rei eived. I would aai to all' Dyspetitics. evervwh,s-e, thai Dr. Wishart Is, I bilieie, the only persosi en the earth that can cure Djapepsia wMb any divree of n-rtuiutv. HOMES TOIIlIf, Chclti nliam, Montalotuerr Co., i'a. S Dr. WISITART 0 Otfce, No. 10 N. rltl'OHn Street, rirtiee hiMiia from !) A. M.tobp. M. All examination and roasti. ration fife. DYSPP.rSIA! DYSPEPSIA ! Iir.Wi-kart-Twasairre.it eufT. rer with dvapei'.la for j, s-.i MiiiiijiiHir mien me n mi w ind and dreadiul pain i and my lln was one of great anllerlntr. I was so much aflilcted ihal It 1 drank a glaaa ol water. It " ' ' .no" a in a neaieo COIHlitloa. I appllei' to every kind of tnedleine aud treatment ; hot n purpose I .aw soiirucv'Ttisement In the "l.edser ' of a k., ..... ..., s'. n oo a'sspt'i'sia riita nalmad 1 went io jour siore sue pnrclinsi d a box, and comiu-a. ed ... ...... . n. ni". "iu int. ouy i urn a well ui.in ..... . .,. ......r ,.i r uny. 1 nave ae.ii t nninli-r n p. reons alter your pilla, and 1 gave a yonne man fnat wa an fl i in h wllh dvspepala in my in-li.-hlsirhi.ii.il eight of jomi .nii,.nu uir; cuitu mm entirely. Y' o mav reier .o j... f" I'O, .lit' Ull IIM,tlL.)-,, Krnaedyvllle, Km! county, Del. A ? 0MTIVE (TRE FOn DYSTEPSl A. 1?? All WHAT MB. JOHN II. BAIICOCK SAYS, No. 1C1S OLIVE Street, I Philadelphia, January -d .lata. 1 Dr. Wlshart B r: ii ia wim mm n pleasure that I nm now ahle to inf .rn son thai, br the ne or ...nt Ameiuan l'j.p..,ial'ilia, I have been eutlreiv euretl of U..1IUIOS, ui.ire-ainK vouipinini, I'yspefsta. 1 bad tasen arrlevou.lv anikml for the insl tnonty-i-lvht yeara.and for tin jeats ol ll.al lliue have not hein ireid' from ita natii one week at a tune. I have had It in Ita worst form, and have draeiied on a iwat miserable extalt nce In iiatn day aiidiUKht. Every kind of mod It at Idle filled me with n.., .u.i p.iii, ,i u,iiLo.r..o inn now UK 111. or llOW SUllll MlC quiinuiy. A roniluiH d hei hlua w aa sure to lollow. I had no appetite for any kind ol meat whatever, anil , .11. tress was so giant lor several months helore I heard of your Pilla. thai 1 irc'iiK-nlly v. iahe.l lor death. I had taken evirytliu gthat I had heaid ot'tor livspopaia, wlilioul re- eei.nm a.-iy oeiieni ; union your nils neinh' recoinuiiHided to me by one who hid been cured bv tlu ni, I couoludi d to srjve them a trial, alilHiugh 1 had no faith in them. To mr aaioniahmrni, I found vnyseli getting better before I had taken one-lourih ol a box. and alter taking half a box I om a v.-M man.iinul ranral arirfun" mi, A, anil enmv a henrlj meal three limes a day, v, itli-uu liiconvenh nee. from alls thing I eat or drink If you Honk prooer, you are at i. 'i . 1 '", llr ionic, l will ehei'r- fully give all deslrahlc riiformution to any ..newborn iv-iall - , . It. UAIllJOI'K torsale at Dr. WIN1I a KTS M. dlcal Dep.it? No 1,1 w NM UMI i rcet. PhlladeliJila.l'a. Price one dollar Dei Ih-v. fsent l.v ma. I rr. io', hn.. -n -....-I. ' . . s..K.n, v.. isvv.j.1 vi price. liTsrErsi a dyspepsia i 1, Samuel D. Haven, have heen a great aufTerei- with ehronle dvapepila and iullauimaLion of' lIim xi.i.h.v,. rp three 5 ears. I emploed three or lour of the moat eminent en; soon na oi r iiii.iu.opoia, a.m OI lllirtlnitton COIlUly, NewJerny They did all tor me they could, but all to no parpose. 1 wa conatanlly filled with awlul pain and dl- imbi, oiu "mi eousiaoi u'-icuing oi wind and aouratld My tonvue was covered wllh n white coating oi nioi iia nii'il it cracked In large lurrowa.and waa dreadfully eorel Oh! I oft I Inns wished lor death lo relieve me of my .n'o-!tl.-fl.fiir I had lost all hooe of ever heleo W..II .,uin 1 n.ace It a subject of prayer to tied Hull ilu would direct ui. mniii. iiio.i'-ibiiui u i.-iiu lUilWOItli! CIUO lilt), t wa lo o lo read an adveitlaemenl ol Dr. Wlshart's, In tha PUnadelphla "Lcdaer, ' ol a gu-ut cure made upon Mr. John llaoio.'k, of No. lUi8 Olive slieet. l'h.la le-i-hia. by the great American Dinpepsia Pills I went to Hie n ictor s ofhie, and placed myiell under his treatment, and told in in if ho lul.ed t cure uie, It would be the last eitorl I aeuld make, ll has been six wcks liilce 1 coiuiiienced the use ol hi n edinne. and I am new a well man, free (rota all pain a"o uia iresa, anu can eat tnrto nearly meals a dav wllh ecu lot l anil ft. el per ectl.v well. Dr. Wlshart, I want you io puinisu my case asiviant every poor tlvspeutll iiillirlng as I an.loi ili on me, and 1 will tell tlmiu o' the great cure I have received from vour lovaluahie mciti. cine. KAMlrl-:i. Ik. I14CI.-SI corner of Venarge and I am'iert atroeis, near Richmond ..ie,, .-.ii-iiy ii-jui i. iig.iiai'jrvu, xiuruugtca Uougty, Dr. WlSl'lAJlT 8 0f, o. 10 N. SECOND "treet DYSPEPSIA! DYSPEfSIAl DYSPEPSIA! iwsis to certify that suffering severely with a dl.eate ealiid Dyspepsia, with much loss of wi ight, my atten'l n was Um. t. a to Wlslmri a Lieut American Dysepala PIS .I.I..II.UJ. .la.iii, .moo inrce weca tatcn eleven Pllla, accordlDg to the dltuctlon, I found suyaall entirely rund, and fur two weeks aiace my beaith I greatly Ini- proveu, anu i can eat witnoui rear ol pain or inconvi'nl- mu'wr. a caiucsny itiouuieuu laem xo all slluuaj alilcted. Mra. 11. ll. IilDMl'MuN, Plebmond Street. Four doora be. on IlKii.oei. nr. i.. i c vvisiiAttrs omce, xo. io n. sei und r,iKti. uum,nu:m I, lliiffllttth It-nuton, of brandy wine, Irf l, t'ormt-rly of Olo Ct erttr, . l j ti'itily Unit tor one yvxr und a Jiaj 1 "DPiPJ vrijllllll( UUI l,sT-ll irOlll Ililit UtVItll fl -vtellt lUd Djiiaiina. 41 y yjni wa ir..trntsd iviih akLa Aiid iierioua ilebitliy; 1 could uoi gJv.h my mni ; It 1 aiftvma cracker or Ihe aiuui.tic aunrinit ui J..ji. It u du 10 rLiiin iu.. m 1 sv.ailow.tl (. J b.-u'n,; so tuoii.r in u DOTini in' wiiiuu noi nHve a pars.it,9 in isaaiiisinivu, iuiii anu oiltMl tlllll OUY!; Un1(T lilll ) iQ- uifnttu u!liiii my in mil kfaui d cntirtly tJUlWsi ) held nrf-itd jl horror and cui lirrtHMl,n j 1 ih.,rs,.t.t thai Th&y hait-d lue.ftitd I liau.: cct body; I cmid not tear ni Jiuubund crmy own chl drt n avrv(iitnk Hpip-ruiru iu wc iiuriur-si icatu lo me; j had no aniMtiou Wui) anwliiiiK, I lout ah my tovooi' laiuily and tiomo; I outd lamtilt1 aiid wauit r rVom p ace tn piut'4 , bui c till l ot bf ft nifnts-d : I fell thai I naHuoiinied to hell, and that tltt-re an Du ht-avn for uie, and waa ol .i tuuiid to i-ouiiiiit siiHidv. tJonet.r via my wbole riirvtua ytm cef,rrori, dad aUo in mti d, Iruiu thut ml oouipUiiu. Ijil.Mt- a, that mv fritnda ii.oiihi twm to have inv uUred tn lr Kufcl-rtjij'a llonimat, Wiit t'hilaoelpbia i I r.'uinJned If. era mi itkn, at.t4 ili(,uKtit wa. a inilf be turj but in (.wdttjiuy drt-itdiiil t.-oip: jtut vv.tva ru-wii ai bid aa rr. Heath'.' of hv woiid'-rt 'l rurei ieii.ircued b Dr Wtwbirt t ici at Aiut'ticiin JivtM,iu l'iU. and hli treai ii int tyt lMfeupkiu, my )ni?b!itiu calitl ou ir. w hurt, and aiait-d my cam' tn hnn Hu nad hu bU n doubt he i-nu i vurv n f. 8m i-i i diet days aiter I iict . ami M)u(;eamsfll' tuuWr Ue (M tor'i ;rr, tim-r t, and nt iho v. ek l i . i diiint iu fowd, and t. It thai tny iliii-.i- wit u.t rivna ,aiiuii,niiuiiurui;) n wvur nr ttn.im ur4j lil'intbsi, and at the pri aeut time I emoy peiuct h nun ol biiy and inird. ar d I m it liueifly n titrii uv tNans.?. iu a iinii iial ;d. and lir. HUharf. an 1 tohli Client im rt an Iivpcii ia I'll a and I'ln' 'l'ie Tar Cordial, mat aaved tn fro'ti nn liit-aine tii)LaUi ai d a pimature ura.u. Al at-nona ui (rni-K I'h a0i.i-pnltt aim ut Ibeitv to cat I on mi: or wriip. as I diia willing to do all the :4.d 1 vntt (ut mtti-riug hiiUiaMlly KLl.sHK'l II Hit ASS tS. JWaimty wine, Dataware, lorjierly o d e'Uenter, luare Cut 1 1. I'a Ijr. W istlAHT fl 0m, Ko. 10 SCC'JN'O 8tret. riidadflpbia. Tin-above are a few among tho thoniandu wtdch thti trifct reutiil baa iavd tr ux an mitiinely irrava. Wc have un' rd of It r ere from ptiKi lana and driiKKl-'t lu all baria of the rouiitry.tavtr j. i'.mi tttt-v huv? u v-r urHK-i ii.l or holQ a Jiitdujne which .ave auch uiii,erfcl ia;iilaeiiuD. Thcie lUedioiues are prepared only by Uie proprietor, di;. Ij. q. a. wisiiaut, W'UOBK OFFICE IS AT No. 10 N. SECOND BTEEET, PLCadelpbia! FEHNSYLVAUIA, Where tie can be comulted cither perionnlty or by letter free of chan,o. 1 hy aieaold b v IrUiKisti aad liaitlrs vtnwlfru: at wtioii'bMJe bv ailiitiw i oik aud iiii,ij.i. pliia W holt talc rufifeti. Wl-2w :a I'-tN i:-m, iiYiJAivi) i:n, THROAT iilsEASr.s. raf Ainil,' 1 AND ASTHMA, TtlEAT. 0 WITH THE UTMOST SCCtRSS, 1 111. VON MOSOII.I8K1SB, Author of the recently published work, THE EAR: ITS DISEASES AND THEIR TREATMENT. Offce, Bo. ID?? WALNUT Street. to the l l Itl.ir. It I with ennitnri i aatlsfa-ilon that Dr. .is Moirh. l.ki-r ran .ai that hla ain-r.-.s has indeed baea) preat. j Ins am ' as Is i ne more gratllyliiK as It ia entirely livvlng lo ihe numerous Cl Ill-M he has etleeted In tha above nalaitlee, and the iniereat Ins pa' lent (ainona; wheel lire some on Itiflurfl ol, cill.'li.) have, frorn a eae of mitii-r and gra'i'UOe, tnkon to promote It, Their ti'.'.rnonial.,wi.ril'il in the very hti.a.-st terms, can ba) esan.lned at his I'll re. No n)7 WAI Nt'Taireei. Tt) 1 11 K MEI ll AI, PRO? K.1SION. I'. nn Mearhlsk, r ,a, ,v ,. p,,l,l,,he, wotka and IhS anai.y Olflkult oa.ra ho has Ire .I d with ane. eaa nndar Ihtirnoiue. preitd what rn Is a'lle to n. norm ill his pro fessional rapacity. P, r ni.incr.,ua nailcnta courteonslv aent him b; llieio. and kind notl, ,-a of h m a'l his worka In Unit ni' illiaijoninals. ,e returns thi oi uuliiic tlianka. appahah'h censtrintcd bv Dr. VOM MOMCII7.IS KFII, for the treatment of the above maladies has Inan hv ihe kgl.eai medical aulhotliiea and all who esamlrwd It AHIMMA Tll"OA' WtAstE.S, CArARHU and 1 luiae wno infTer from any nf thn.e maiad'aa hare Br thehesl anil anrea' meiiaa of obtalion a urn All persona In nnuii t Dr. Mi.N Mi ISCHISKBK m rely lhat he will give tin ill a candid oolnlnn of ihelr ' ase and v.hat he la able to du for tliaui. (i.llcelo1 waf Ni l htieeC jjj ,tg TE0U3A1.DS Or TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT TAIN. rater,! applied for. Vvnew Invention, a rv.nl. la a vsrsih.e Hi if a.liusllna Ku'eiv Talved Inhaler, tor ailmln leilDg Nitrons I xhle tl-s. and eslrai ting teeth wilheut pain. The only mode that the Ha can b properlr aud aafey administered. Hit. O. Is. MUNNS, NoJII SPItl'CE ntre?:t. MS-lm QULVER'S HEW DEEP SAND JOIST II E A T E I , WILL Bl'Ilff IX.'-S COAL AND MAKE MOKE HBAT T1IAM ANY FURNACE W USE. COOKING ll.Ni:s OF HIE MOST APPKOVED PATTERNS. Avn VKNTlLVTOftS,. t'Olt SALE DY CUAHIiEH WILLIAMS, (i-'it'-lhltn-im JJo. 113 MARKET 6TREET. 1 E W t U K H , TUB UKDURHIUNEn, A t HIEIR FIHEWOHK DKPOT,. No. 110 S. WHAEVIS, MiLOW CIIE6.MT STItEET, Have now on hanJagnat variety of Works, exprcsly fer Eihlbltlons, li.claillng prepare ROCKETS, BENG0LA LIGHTS, Ac. Itivj have had alo prepared a nuailier of Tonoiu.iniiiH KXi ntssLY Ton NIGHT PARADES, Whkh will burn for several hour, and m.j h eld in tl'.C httud. JOSEPH B. EUSEIES & 00., Il-li-ths-at DEAI.KK8 IS riRKTOItltS. ' 'l J)Il01,OrtALH Xill LOA IV. riVE-TWENTY E0ND3. Thka"I-i:v HartnTMiiST. WAtiuai.fusi, Ootobt-r 1, left. FeaU'dorTerawillbcrccoircilat thia Di partmmt, nndef tlieactof Coiigrr approveil Juno 30, 1801, until the noon of FRIDAY, the 11th lastant.for bonds of the I'nlttd States to the amount of forty million (40,000,000) of dollar. The bond of ert-d will star an Interest of alx () per ctntuin, pavable cml-annualbr In txiln.ua the Brat day of Ua; and 2?vtmber, and will be redeemable at the pleasure of ths tlovernment after five (1) years, and payable la twtntj (l i) ycara from Koveraljir I, Ism. ti t error must be for nfiy or some multiple of rlfiy d liars, and Dust slate Die sum, Inoludlng premium, ;oftervd fvreacli hundred dollars, or far fifty when the oRor It for uo mora than Ally. Tsicper cent, of the principal, excluding pre- niluu of the whole amount hid for by each bidder, mutt bs deposited aa guarantee fur payment of aubacrlptloaa. If ' accepted, wllh the Treasurer of the t'nlted States, at Wasl.lnijioii. or wllh trie Atslstaut Treasurer, at Keer York, Huston, Phlladelj lila, or St. Loula,or w ith the dii- Dattd depoiitory at Italiluiore, I'ltlslmiv, ClnelnuaU, Louisville, t'hlCAa'o, lietrult, or BurTalu, or with any 21a. tlonal Deposit ltaak which may consent to tranaact ths btitlnes without charge ; for whlcU deposits duplicate car- llilcntea will be Issued to the dajxtsltor by the officer ot banL recelthiK theni, the original of which must be for- waril.d wllh the oflera to till depot Alldeiiosltsahould bo made In time fur ihe cerilrtcaUa with the onera to reach Washiiiftvn not later than the murnluf of October U,uaatotesald. hu atlor not accoaupanled by Ita propel"' Ceitltlcate of Di posit wil. beeoutldereil. 1 ho Coupon and Rili'stered Honda latued unrter thia proposal will be of the denouiiuailcn ol fifty Joi urs, one hundred dollars, Hv hiiiiilred dollars, and ono thousand cnl'ar. Iteelstered Bonds of Ave thousand dollars and ten thousand dollars w IU be Issued If required. All oiTers received will be opened on Friday, October la. Tho award will be made by ihe Secretary to the lilghest oilnera, and notice of acceptance or declluatluu wUI bs kumedlately given to the respective oirerera. In eaaeaof acceptance, bonds of the description and denomination prifcrtod will ba sent to the aubacilbcra at the coat of tuo Department on final payment of instalments. The di posit of two per cent, will bo reckoned In the) last Instalment paid by successful offerers, and will bs Immediately returned to thoae w hose ollur may not h accepted. The amount of aoecpU'd offer must be do- poiltedwllh tha Treasurer, officer or llank authorUedtt) ad under this notice, on advice or acceptance of oilers, a folio v. a i Cue half on tho IMtli of Oclobor, aud the balance (iu- cludlugtha premium aud original two per cent, dopoalt) outlieSlstof Oolober. Tha Bonds win boar Interest front Kovotuhar 1. Internal ou diesll (rout that data t hovembar 1 will be paid by tbe Cloverument In colli. One half of Ihe Ural Inatalmonl, or twenty-live per oint. of lh aocepted offer, may be paid, with acerued Interoat to OcW- borll, In (ulted Btatea "Certlllcatea of Iudobtodueaa , but lucU caruilcatoa wrll be used in part payment of tu drat Instalment only. Ollera nndec Mils nolioe euould be endowed "Offer for Loan," and addreaaedto the Secretary of til Treasury, Tbe rlflht to decllue all otfera not oonaldored advaiitageoat) to Uie Government is reserved by the Secretary, 1 (tJfcaed) W. P. FK8SEVDEK, 10 1ft i 8VflJ-of iheTieaaiiry.