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derived from the use of our Cattle Powders by
the inoreastult quantity and quality of milk,
holds improving the general health and sip
penance of their Cattle.
Our iong ex patience in the bush:Leas gives us
the advantage of a thorough knowledge of the
trade, and our arrangements in the cities are
such that we cam in a very short time furnish
Anything appertaining to our business, on the
beat of term
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amen. cur Ws co Mimi souse
Xs Moreary or Noxious Drugs.
*lra Cols Wataaniro, oa no Ou.nsta ,s num Ole ro
Two Danl.-gm •
Waikato of the Back or Llmbs,litrieturen, Pains in
the loins, Affections of the Kidneys and Bladder, Organic
Weakness, Nervosa Debility, Decay of the Phydca Pow
ers, Dyspepsia, Lowe, Low Spirit", Omaha= of dean,
raj action of thalleart, Timidity, Trembling", Mumma
of Bight er Giddiness. Demo of the Stomach, Affections
of tne Head, Throat, 'Nese or Skin—those lerrible diem ,
den arising from the Indiscretion or Solitary Habit* at
Youth—those &Sala and destructive practises which
produce constitutional debility, render marriage impos
ethic, and destroy loth body and mind.
Young men especially who have become the vial= of
solitary . Vice, that dreadful and destructive habit which
annually sweeps to so untimely grave thousands ol
young men of the most exalted talent and brilliant intel
lect, who might otherwise have entranced listening
Senates with the thuds* of eloquence, or waked to en !
sly the living lyre, may call wish full confidence.
Married persons, or 'those contemplating marriage, ber
log aware of physical weakness, should Immediately ow.
snit Dr. J., and be restored to perfect health.
fennediately owed and MI vigor odors.
He who places himself under the oars of Dr. L I may
religiously confide In his honor as a gentleman, atut eon,
edently rely open his skill as a physician.
WOmce No. 7 South Frederick street, Baltimore,
lid., on the left hand side going from Baltimore street,
doors from the corner. Ile.gartienlar In observing the
acme or number, or you min mistake the place. Be par.
tloular for fyitormst, Dollsm Quacks, with Wee names,
or Paltry Nwerdsmy sft#A-Mis, attracted by the repots.
don of Dr. Johnson„ lurk near.
All letters must contain a PostageShunp, to use on the.
Dr. Johnson member of the Royal College of Burgeons,
Landon, gradual/atom one of the meet eminent Donegal
of the Milled States, and die greatest Part of whose 11th
has been spent In the Hospital' of London, Paris, Phila.'
deiphia and elsewhere, has Mated some of the most as.
tonishing cures that were ever known. Many troubled
with ringing in the ears tad hoed when asleep, great ner.
rowan, befog % alarmed at sudden sounds, lothrulnem,
with frequent b twang, attended sometimes with derange •
meat of mind were cured immediately, ,
MX PARTICULAR NOTICIL
addresses all these who having Waxed them
selves by taste and Improper Indulgsnoles, that secret
and solitary habit which ruins both body and mind, un
fitting them tor either bosinessor society.
The.. are some of the sad and melancholy chits pro.
doom by early habits of youth, vis : Weakness of Inc
Gone and Limbs, Pains In the Read, Dimness ot Sight,
Loss of Muscular Power, Palpitation of the Heart, Dys
pepsia, Nerronskritability Derangement of the Digastivo
functions, General Debility, Symptoms of Coasumn
Marcum, the tbarall effects on the mind are mush to
be dreaded :—Lose of Memory, Confusion of Ideas, De
pression of Spirits, Alva Forebodings, Aversion tot ocia
ty, B•ll4lstrust, Love of Solitude, Timidity, Be., are some
of the evil effects.
Thousands of persons of all ages, can now judge what
the owe of their decline In health, losing their vigor,
becoming weak, pale, nervous and emiaated, have a
singular appearanee about the eyes, cough, and map
les of ccoansipthnt:
who have injured themselves b I certain practice, in
hired In when awns -4 habit frequently learned from
sillJoiroulions, or at school, the abets of welch are
sightly felt, even when asleep, end tract cured, renders
marriage Impostbi and destroys bolls mind and Wall . ,
W t he pity that s tenet man, the hopes of ama
try, the darling or parents. hostel be snatched lam
all prospects end enjoyment* of Mb by the ooasegsteaeu
of deviating from the path or natu r e, and indulg in a
certain secret habit. Mn %persona must, before oasis •
sad that a sound teed sad body are the mothweeeesasy
requisites to promote cerut u g u l z bapploesa. , Indeed
without thew, thejourney li te beguile it weary
Pthiltheeile th e peeped heurtY hetet te the Ithw; the
mind t r , thedowed with despair, inalligillth the
me ga retleglon that the hipping" di, sigivag be•
conies tad with our awn. ,
DR. JOHNSON'S DirOOlLlTille MEV/ 1011 OR
BY. Mot Ind holgortioli *oniony, Wailitionn ot tha
'lwo are aping,' mad, dad NI Vox
fhoaaabda of Um most ad d:raed brba
bad lost all baps bays haw lausadlaaaly rellernala All
Ledlntaitte to ilatildr, Pltysial or Modal DiolloraiL
*ion, Nervous, Trion ling, Windiness or Wausau or
the mail llterfW blaty speedily oared.
The many timemeds Mired at this hatingen Inswing
butt twelve years, and the numerous Important dorgkal
operatkom port bruma by Dr. *I-, witnessed to: the re*
porters of the papers, and many other person., Mims el
which have anSCagain end main before the pubis;
besides hieSiandOltill its' er ekevecrer and re.
VONSINtay, IS •attEllgled geenintee to the adiksed.
DISICIAIIit 07 IMPRODINOL—When the misguided
and imprudent si= i ff A e . ture lads he .bas imbibed
the seeds this It toe often happens that
an %timid sews of slums orrad et shammy deters
him from applying to time whams echmatsoo and re.
speetabillty ma alone bleisad delaying till the oon •
stliational symptoms of this Masan make their
appearance, altetlug the head, throat, nose, akin, ass.,
progreming Oti with frightful till,deetb pow a
per!od to his dreadful Waning* by - iending bbn to &ghat
bourne from whenecso timiceler retarna." 11 la a awl.
ancholy Wag thmosinds fall victims to this terrible
disease, owing to the onsltilralness of Ignorant pretend
ers, who, by Ilia use or MA deadly pots**, fi t
the constitution and make Um residue se li
sg-Lettars most aostabt a Ramp Was on the reply.
—Remedies sent by usu.
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ILNOTHER LOT Ot THOSE
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HARRISBURG, PA.. TUESDAY AFTERNOON, JULY 23, 1861
Wll LI 0
NEW RIFLE Ii,EGLILeN2t
We learn from Charlestown that Major Joseph
P. Knipe, of this city, a member of Brigadier
General Williams' staff, has recruited .a new
rifle regiment for the war from those about to
disband. He will assume the command. The
gallant Major has shown himself to be a Elan of
"pluck," and those who know him will not
doubt his competency for regimental command.
ARRIVAL 01 A REGIVENT.
The seventh Pennsylvania reserve regiment
arrived here from West Chesterlast evening and
went to Camp Curtin, where they remained
until eight o'clock this morning, when they ,
left en route for Washington. The regiment
will compare favorably with others from this
State already in service. One of the companies
contains a number of young men from Car
lisle, late students in Dickinson College, who
have shouldered muskets in defence of the
stars and stripes. Col. Harvey, of . Wilkesbarre,
is in command of the regiment.
NEW VOLUNTEER COMPANY.
Our clever friend, Isaac S. Waterbury, who ser
ved his country faithfully" for three months In
the position of Adjutant of the second Pew+
Sylvania regiment, is about raising ,a compan'
to serve for three years or during the war, and
a number of good men have already signed the
roll. Others who intend re-enlisting, and de
sire to connect themselves with a first clasp
company, commanded by a whole 7 souled *um
and competent officer, should avail themselves
of this opportunity to do so. The roll of Capt..
Waterbury's company will be open for slow
tures at the Walnut Street Exchange during
the whole of to-day.
FIRST PENNSYL FA K4 inViaalivr
We learn by a dispatch from Harper's Berry
that two hundred and thirty men of the Ant
regiment, (with which the Gameron Guards of
this city are connected), left that place inst
night for Harrisburg via Baltimore. They will
probably, reach here some tirne oftar , ;.-.4
with the division for the present. Whether
the Cameron Guards constitute "portion of the
returning party the dispat* doeit not stall
The nniversal feeling in thin community Is that
under existing circumstances, the boy* should
continue in service, and strike at keit retie
effective blow for the flag of their country.
PENN.. TROOPLSIO4 W.U1111761.2VN.
The old keystone has sent a reinforcement
of about thirteen thousand equipped men 4
Washington within a few days. Three regi
ments left Camp Curtin yesterday, and other"
went from the Pittsburg, Easton and WeetChai
ter camps, most of them PassiPg 9 / 1 °13 4
this city. In the course of a few days ,Col
Geary's regiment, and the Merchant Trooh
both of Philadelphia, will also leave for the
seat of war. Thus far Pennsylvania has nobly
responded to the call of the President, and
should another requisition be made we have nn
doubt it will be promptly filled.
The fourth Wisconsin regiment ]eft yestertiaT
A ftlimoop. for Washington, and a regiment from
New York passed through late in (he evening
en routeler the same point.
REENLISTMENT OF VOLUNTEM9
Many of the three' Months' volunteers now
here intend to re-enlist for the war. Most o
the State Capital Guards of this city will do the
same. Some of them complain of the incompit
tency of their commanding offload, andel , * this
as a reason for their return. Judging from the
condition of certain epauleted gentlemen winy
have been "splurging" on horseback for alow
days past, these complaints are =well founded,
Men cannot be censured for declining to go into
an engagement under drunken officers. Severe!
companies are now in process of organisation,
and we have no doubt that a large .proportion
Of the volunteers now in F this city will reinter
the service. Isaac S. Waterbury, of our city,
the late popular Adjutant of the second regi
ment, is rais i ng a company, and frem.preser4
indications the roll will be filled in.the course
of a day or two.
DINNER FOR gas SOLDIERS.
The ladies who have undertaken the manage.
ment'of the dinaec to be served up to our re
turning volunteers, inform us that it will come
off in Capital Park at an early day next week.
Many of the ladies in this city and 'a number
in the adjoining rural districts, ha e ; volaia`-
maw. to furnish supplies of substantial pro TI T
dons, with such seasonable delicacies as the
market affords, so that our vault soldier*
who have endured much hardship' and - privet
tion in the service of their country for dual
months past, may expect - to fare sumptnous4
on that occasion. We are glad that the
women of our city, at least, appreciate the
patriotism of the men who were among the
first in the State to respond to the call of their
country, and take rip arms - In its defence, eni
many of whom are now preparing to rely
again under the stars and stripes, and Muni
to the tented field.
iumiz BAITESY AZTACSED
Lotunio, July 22.
The report of an attack on. the 1)10)7 4 cap;
Hatteras, by the *snail. Wahap, latita**4
it la &Kt stated, that au attack w nada: 04
eigon ink% =Me nitelsibiensibillft
FROM THE SEAT OF WAR.
ORANGE OF PROGRAMME,
(NaL M'Ohdand to take Mwge of
the Army of the Potomac,
The Grand Army to be Reorganized
Large Reintbreefents on the Way to
ACTIVE DEFENSIVE PREPARATIONS.
Offensiye Operations to be Re
NO APPREHENSIONS 2UR THE WATT
OP THE CAPITAL.
TEE BATTLE YESTERDAY.
The Slaughter not' so Great •a at Flat
RETURN q six HUNDRED OF THE
GEN. WILCOX' NOT DEAD.
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WASZINGTON, July 22.
Gen. McClellan has been summoned by thp
gpvcrment from Weld<42 Virginia to repair to
NYAOlington to take conninuid of the army of
the Potomac. Gen. Bosencnstal takas hie piaci
in command of the army oaf Western Virginia.'
The Oorpade-Army at Washingtcmia to be ix
stantly reorganised and Increased. The ordeal
bayealready been given. Offers of regiments al
ready raised end being made will be' accepted
with such rapidity as to inn= that this will
be accomplished in a few, days. Large reb
fortements from 'various districts are already oil
the way either; orb= haying been telegraphed
for them yesterday while the battle wee in prci
The governatteit entertains no appreheosionp
for the etifety of the OapileL Preparations mit
oppositions are going on vigorously. Genersil
.11eDowell has returned to his heed quartet= it
Aribigkes Heights. The , regbasintavompriidng i
-his azukreill resume their poiitkin; Width =it
.of than have already done. :
Niue o'clook P.41.-- 7 'pls e estimated munbeir
of LAW and wouodotio the battle gof yea 4 -1
day 10 gradually deem* =
* by Wale t
the roods aid seurcituading 491IntrY• Sii hu4-
deed of the Ifilswork; Zouayes have ahead,*
returned. It is now understood that Col. Wii
qxkr., of the Platt Michigan _regiment, acting
Brigadier Ghineral, Is not dead as reported but is
badly wounded. •
Wuurimuli, July 22
Bznatt-14. SUOMI; (B. 1.,) introduced an
amendment to the bill to Maisie the revenue,
etc. Referred to the committee on:finance.
The bill to increase the medical amps of
the navy wall taken pp main* so as do
provide for !Min iiceuzciaii th f naval aoad4i
iqp and paas e d.
The 1 0 4 to provide iron clad steam 'hips and
floating batteries pawed.
•The thin, Mvidlng for the confiscation Of
poverty oftrebels found in anus against the
givernnunit was taken up.
Mr. Tionnum(lll.,) offered an amendment
providing that any person held to service or
labor, employed in aiding the rebellion seal+
the govenummti shall be forfcdted to his DAT
Mr. Bascmanumas asked for the yeas and ,
nays, which was we'd to.=
Mr. Tarnannestunendment was agreed-to.
- Titummatrid ha was gliui the ayes and
4 7 .1: ern oftilcii for Ha wanted to gee who
would vote to allow the tasitorous masters to
emplotalaires to shoot -dmin tfolott men. If
the Beleetar fayored it, let him
ih►idthe remarks of the Bea
4or were not celled for: iateaded • to 4
duty aCoo to 0 1 7 1 *ee of the CoU -
AltutfOx. * -
Mr. WILBQIS, (Hti116.4 aaidhe ahould vote fop
it. gladly. )4 ,thought the time .lutd (Pm,
w4e4.414 , GlomPlent Aholi l 4 put a stop
WWI ex4l4 o .7ing Abair *Plum .to s hoot
down men ighting for theft, countrY—he.hoP o P.
public eentinzent ittnakd.biaat any Senator who
ieful*lellititt4t9P.AuOing au* th4ngti• •
Mr-Al9u;g4ußcul_ lad tie nuPPeeed the BM+.
for wan doing wiw,t be;believed to be his duty,-
4 1 he ( I , ll x-, 1 4 *Mid the thing ;
when the Senator attempted to deter him inen:
doing his duty, brintizesting that public opin-
ROI here or elsewhere wonld Melt him for aoink
what cmiteience mid was right, he talkito
winds. H 6 would vas no unparEamentary lan
guage, but the Senator knows it la perkt*
idle to ma y Hut h a t
aZi its, • •
.4 1 r-4 1 43'90%. ):QAo9o l ,4,imet.
_to..zuws l .
the liberality possible.: The meeemlreotia 74 1 0
be of any rea
Kennedy, Pearce, Polk and Powell voting nega
tively. The till•then' passed ,
Preszipmr, (Me.,) from the committee on
finance, reported a bill' supPiementary to the
act authorising a national loan, which pasitxt
Mr. lifoDocoax, (0a1.) offered a nnolutiOn
that it is the policy of the government to Or
ganize an army of one hundred and fifty thoua
and men on the basis of the regular emir.
Referred to the committee on , military affair's.
The.joint resolution approving of the acte of
the President was postponed.
The Senate then went into executive 561111011.
. Alter the doors were :opened, the bill to. in
crease the military establi'sbment, which had
been returned from the - House with amend;
ments, was taken, up, end the Senate refused to
concur with the Route..
The resolution to pay the widow of the late
Senator Dougi4 was returned front the House
with an.amendiiiient to pay her $l,OBO for mile
age The Senate : refused'On concur.
Mr. WILISON, (Masi.,) introduced a bill in ad=
ditien to the act authorizhir the employment
of voiruiteers, which was laid' over. A mai , '
saga was received from the President, and after
another executive session the Senate adjourned.
Efrasum, Ways and
reported a bill to refund duties on arms tni
ported by the States. Pained: ' •
Mr. Bn,un, frora the Coinznittee on Military
Affairs, reported a hffilor the organization' of a
ufferiteer home guard to aid in enforcing the
lawi and protecting property in the several
States where such may be 'deemed necessary,
and arming the same. Ordered to be printe4:
Mr. Vatinsvra asked leave to offer a resolti
gon that the maintenance of the . Union and
the praterratiori of the Constitution is a sacred
trust which must be executed; that , no &Water
shall discourage us from the performance of
this, high duty; and we pledge the employment
of every mane for the suppression, overtbsOW
and punishment of the rebels now in urns..
Mn t3Tunts not believing) that such regain
titfus from either side Would do any good, Or
strengthen our hands, objected; to the intro
Introduction of the resolution.. : .
Mr. id'Oraintarro having preponnded a quea
tlas to the bill-
So An* tnceeeent Of the reg-
War ari. r , .rer. - Bia re. A-sperm:led by Saying th at
,'the Senate passed 'the bill adding new.'utgi
manta, but the libult, amended' it by -stibetitut-
Log their own, providirig Tor wart:atom iniitead.:
Thp latter bill has one to the Senate w hew
both wiw ere- _
Cruzzantow introduced the resohation r ot - -
fated by him last wegk.. Zttet telfAtttice, that
the present deplorable civil war ma forced oh .
theCountti hY the dieenkedete Othe Seether6
States now in revolt against : the gcnostitutional
Lioverzturent and in arm
~ - arteted ~the 0 41d44:
Adopted :yeasl2l, whist two, namely Bar
nett and Reed, Missouri. ; The oneeinder:efthe
resolution*, were adopted, one hundredare,c‘
seventeen against, two for,; namely, potter and
. On motion of Mr. Team a resolution was
adopted tendering the thanks of the, Rouse hi
the Sixth M assachusetts , regiment for they
alacrity in responding to a call .ni the rote:
dent, and their patriothan and bravery, .on. thci
nineteenth of in fighting their way
through the city ot liatbliOre WWl° iliarchint
to defend the Federal Capital.
Mr. Cesium Uffered a resolution which was
passed that the thanks of Coxiguss be tendered
telhe five hundred mid twenty PennsYlvaiiituis
Who Passed through - die mob of Banknote a*
reisdied Weahhigtondit the 18th of:April in de
fence of the National Capital.'
Mr. Ware= offered a resolution declaring
that the reverse of our - army on the twenty,
dist, and the fUll run mama by the rebel army,
In no manner iniPaired our nitbnate success' in
that love of the Union and the Constitution 'so
dear to twenty millions of `people , and cialli4g
on all loyal ciiiisuni 'to respond* funiiiihig
men and money. laid on the table.
Mr. liresnivia's resolution, above referred
to, was again offered and passed: ' "
On motion of Mr. Coi,',Ctirolaal, that the Pre- -
sident of the United States, if compatible'
the public interest, communicate te ibis 'Opole"
au, of such portiona as he may deent
of the correspondence on Mein the Depaitiabist
of State, betwteu. this GOVenunent and all for
eign Powers, from' '6B to tie present time,
'with referehee kithe'marittnie
Mr. W/CICM:I72 offered a resolution calling
on the Secretary of War to inform the Uoujii
whether the § o 'oh!r l), Cßifeckorio9, or any St
thereof, has in its imilitary ieriice any Indians,
mud if so, what . is their-number and tribe,
. .Rr. Xr.iiiM 9 1 4 41 4 6 1- Wct have 11 ':' I g l o wh3d g e
of a filoutbam. COnfedetacy. .
Mr. Lcrinalar. Say rebels .
Mr. Wresrarra regal:4lw to a suggestion,
modifed= Ma resolution by laying " so died
Southern. OatAill:ffacy." -
• 3ir. Dumf.' I move to extend ,the inifoiry tn.
• Mr.Wuniatmi. I have not been inform
tint -they hatrelMgrOill In.tertrioe.t
Mr. Dorm. ; titnit &In Obr
men yesterday: -•
Mr. EttrirkeB amendment *ea adopted, and the
necantimi pained. , •
Mr. Maim, from the Ocamittee on Waya
and Meanly reported 'a ;Mil to appoint en 4a.
&tailed *Sent; to eiceitiain the' mete, •
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Baring procured Steam Power Preeter, we are peeper
ed to execute JOB add B .01CPB/NTING orecrery
Yon, cheaper than t can ba done at any other establish
latent In the country.
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Apr Four lin es or Tess constitute AillYkAllinto
lines or more Mao foar coosti Ede* square.
Half square, one day
.6 one month
4. 111 months
One year .......... .
One Egraire, one day ...... •
one west .... • ............. 200
one month... ............. 3 60
. 44 time m0nth5.........1f 00
MIX MMOthe 10 00
• one year............ ..... ...... 16 OO
lir Badness 1201Mett Inserted in the Loot Chtsims, sr
betore Manistee and Deaths, FIVE CENTd pit LINE for
karriges and Deaths to be charged ma regular ad
fbe British schooner Teviot, from Nassau
(N. P.) reports, off Hatteras, on the 19th, she
was chased by a private schooner, who fired
twice. When the schooner vas- hove topo.she
was allowed t 3 proceed on her nationality being
ascertained. The pirate was a pilot boat about
fifty feet long, painted deep lead color, and
copper bottomed. No name on her stem. She
And along gun amidships and was , manned by
thirty men. The Teviot also reports seeing a
a steamer off the Hole in the Wall, which made
for, the schooner, but afterwards shaped her
course for. the Hole in the Wall.
COL. GEARY'S REGIMENT TO ?LABOR.
• - • l'imrimpalk, July 22.
The Twenty-eighth Regiment Penneyliwnia
Volunteers, now encamped at Camp Coleman,
OxfOrd Park; will break up camp about the
Middle of - the present week: CoL .Geary has
recadired instructions from General Scott to pro
mo:Ito Harper's Ferry,"And crossinto the eel
lay of the Shenandoah ;to' join the army ander
General Patterson. The 4nfield rifles:are now
Wog inspected for thecommand at the ..lkides
hum _Lemma, and immediately upon their re
ceipt; the regiment will take up its march.
REBEL ACCOUNT OF THE BATTLE
Despatches from Richmond, dated last even
ing, state that a battle bad commenced' near
Manassas Juriction; at four o'clock in the morn
ing, and became general about seven o'clock,
when the Ireieralists retired, leaving us in pos
session of the field. Sherman's celebrated bat
tery of light artillery was taken. The •battle
Was terrible, with greatalaughter on both &lea.
It is impossible to furnish details.
ARRIVAL OF "A' STEAMER
The steamship North American from Liver
pool on the 11th, via Lo' ndondery on the 12th,
passed here td-day. She has 174 'passengers
and 159,000 in specie.
[The Canadian line was here interrupted.]
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WAIL FI,INT. I
No: 807 EARNE;
' 807 Vassar,
$lOO,OOO WORTH or JEWELRY,
ALL 'FOB ONE. DOLLAR EAOH
A - Large and AsuatortmentofJewelry, tionmethig
CHAINS BRACELETS , CAMEO SETS, &C., &C.
And, all styles of French Plated Chains, Oold and
We do not keep or sell any gilt, gifted or galvanized
goods..s I, whet are sold by the beat Jiweler as
We rowdy° air goods from the best Gold Jewelry
' ,Manufacturers In the etatel.
WHO ARK FORCED '2O SEX.
WHO ARE FORCED TO SELL.
WHO ARE FORCED' TO SELL.
WIIO ARE. FORCED TO SELL
nts following Is only a partial lista,' our immense mica.
TAKE YOUR CHOICE FOR
TAKE YOUR OROICE .FOR Si.
Lame Elise and Rldendid Cameo Seta, General Retail.
..... ...... •• • • • • II .811 to 1110
Do d Prloem o
Lava • do 10 to M
Do do •Oarbunele do Bto 80
Do:Ladles , hhamelloil end Omni do ?to 20
Do do and Carbmcla • do 7to 84
Do do and Ruby. ''
do ao 16
Do Gol d Oluster Grape Sat ing nets do 1010 30
Do -,do; do Yamada •es 10 to .12
Do do do jet•Mts do to la
Do do Bieck Mosaic " Chi to
Do do , qol4.apne aiream do ¢to 21
Do do Calico Seta . do 6to 82
Lo Ribbon Twists, withbrilllanta do -0 to 88
Dici Dewitt Bets, new . do ,4 to 07
Do Enameled Mister ' do do 10 to 2
OobiTtninbles,.- ' du to 50
Dtiumind Pointed Hold Pens and Onlea, 00
g an. Wirer PlAted Spoons, 2* 00
.Silver Plated MUM. o COO
Over 1,000 other , diferent tittles Ladies' Jewelry; 14 a
dditions, all Myles, patterha and slam; Li/clamor er ery
.M804404 ; 4 Gold Peaty 14 harm, atilt Silver Eaten woo
Holder • Geld Pencils,'Sleeve But ono, Btinia, Ito Ba.;
Omit,. Lam, Otiose wear d Eracelets (Mate: Vest
quan,,, warranted to ten reap Without. obiollPill
&limy& d stand tbe add—they ore Mai* sold by
.Jeweler s as solid gold ,ctuddis—ali, m,de Nral, • ;ion
c o o taco your '
choice for Al eac h. .Ladles , and Gent,'
Guard Chaim, 11l each, mostly sold by Jeaelera at tram
65 to $3O each ; Ladies' and Children's lisclitas,
banditti! patterne;ara il ets, enarneleklanct iirby
seßlogoi des, Plata and enataraeli, for Illiefeili:kapdi
prices from 86 to .0 each. Every sty s . a 4,4 7 . r / it " o f
Jewelry and desirable goods ter $1 eargi, ', Tat" • .
.This. sue, at toe above
enough to sell of our Immense stock yrhich wgmr
chimed aka great SaviillealkOiaikiiit Whe ly e
jAp-aow 1.0.8121ta Mokir,
IM. Writeralt' HOOMalsekolltaildense, County end
Eitate,plata and I;O3MM, as worm make making oyt Of
Mal 141 letters. With WA 13 moires/num sealed with
gum or tailors can be easily opiined—ibe contents Wren
out owileloothottJ4MlOrtd dos, ondrwo bOrra
spownhle tor t your Miley, lead
- , INDOCEMENTR TO AGENTS:
407.PerSOPIII41111 as agent, olio wig Moir
-- iii4El o %PO
15100, - We will give a
Gold L B (Rad unting
atch. 61.86. atoa.
jl6OO ~, 4 . :aMar ''llUS
426, Miser .
Wail* sad tbe articles selected trorolillito;b2iri l tbi
MANE DOLL:IIIE6OEL, ,
?MOM Ordering by mail mud send Imo ig lot,
tia* P S•
GMs' CS ;,A TM/
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l communications - must tie aZdreesed to
-#?* 841 1ASTkot471 1 P4
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bto audits vlcrotty. 11(q 4 4 .K 4 111 0
I lba4talthiaPpatroar4apaztigiistariti Sat
V igotral ir ardalliatV at%
ItY4bettla.44ll4o , q isialrya War. iainlyins
that the t be dissatisfied
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Isvcrxqicto iJ z - _ , ltars.rtizz univ. ; an , aft
Nuw 'roux, July, 22
NEw °mama, July 22
FASTRIM Pottrr, July 22
NO. 807 ItAstrt,
do. 802 Hanes,
No. $O7 MAWS