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HELMBOLD'S GENUINE PREPARATION
"MO '1 Y DONCENTPA rzr,"
Ulan lIND FLUID EXTRACT BMW;
A poouro and Sfaicide Remedy
For i+kemee or the 'MADDER, KIDNEYS, GRAVEL,
and :/dOPSICAL SWELLINGS
Mi. Medicine increases the power of Digestion, and
credo the ABSORBENTS Into healthy action, by which
the WATTIMY OR CALOAREOLTS deposiNgtui, and all TIN.
NATURAL ENLARGEMENTS are r~, as well as
PAIN AND INFLAMATION and Is good for
MEN, womEri on CHILDREN.
rhOns from EsteSemi, Habits of Dissipation, Ear'nisi.
discretion or Abuse.
ATTENDED WITH THE FOLLOWING SYMPTOMS :
Indisposition to HiattOn, Loss of Power
Less of Memory, Difficulty of Breathing,
Horror of Disase, Wakefulness,
Dimness of Vision, Pain in the Back.
Universal LassitudoOf the Muscular System,
Hot Hands, Flushing Of tile Body,
Dryness of tLLID he Skin
IN TENANOEEruptions cm tlict Face.
These symptoms, if allowed to go on, which this med
kind invariably removas, soon follows
IMPOTENCY, FATUITY, EPILEPTIC BI TS ,
IN ONE OF WHICH THE PATIENT MAY EXPIRE.
Who can say that they are not frequently followed by
those "DIREFUL DISEASES,”
"INSANITY AND CONSUMPTION."
Many are aware of the cause of their eniferlng,
BUT NONE WILL CONFErifi.
THE RECO kDS OF THE INSANE ASYLUMS,
And the Melanchdy Deaths by Consumption,
MR AMPLE wrisem SO THE lam or re: ASSERTION
THHCONSTITOTI ON ONCE AFFECTED WITH
Requires the aid of medicine to strengthen and
Invigorate the System,
Which Hemisom's EXTRACT BUM invariably doe
TRIAL WILL CONVICS VIA MOST aItirIICLAL.
OLD OR YOUNG, SINGLE, MARRIED, OR CONTEMPLA
IN MANY AFFTLCTIONS PECULIAR TO FEMALES
the Extract Ruche is unequalled by any other remedy,
es in Oblorosis or Retention, Irregularity, Painfulness, or
Suppressio nof Customary Evacuations, Ulcerated or
Scirrhous state of the Uterus, f o eucortima Whites, Sterll,
ity, end for all complaints incident to the sex, Whether
arising front Indiscretion, Habits of Dissipation, or in
DECLINE OR ORANGE' OP LIFE.
Sit SIIIPIONIS ♦BOYS
NO FAMILY SHOULD BE WITHOUT IT I
TANI NO ROAN BLAILAN., MWVYY, oa trarmaserr :Maw
tan YON ONPLIAHANI AND DANOVROUS mama.
RELMBOLD'a EXTRACT ECCEITT
In all their Singes, At little Expense ;
Utile or no change in Diet ; No inoonvenienea;
And no Noporstre.
It cams a frequent desire and given strength to Urinate,
thereby reaming obetrUCINIII.
Proreovog anti Curing Strictures Of the Urethra,
Allaying Pain and Imtiammation, so frequent in the
dare of tillthiSes, and expelling all roirionotss, &sassed
and worn-out Matter.
THOVBAOMEI emir TEMANDB
It NO SAVE BEEN INN VICTIMS OP QUACKS,
and who have paid num PM to be cured is a. abort
time, have found they were deceived, and thatthe "PUL.
FON" has, by the use of "PORIFOUL ABTRINGCSIMI, " been
dried up in the system, to break. out in an aggravated
PERIL4PB AFTER MARELAGIL
Use Bannon:lN li'rnuor Buono for all affections and
dneesios of the
whether existing in
MALE OR FEMALE,
From whatovor cause originating and no matter of
ROW LONG STANDING.
Diseases QI these Organs require the aid of DIORBTIO
HigailßOLD , 9 =TRACT BOCK()
I 3 THE GREAT 1)/171=03,
And is certain to Wore the desired effect in all Diseases
FOR WHICH IT LI RECOMMENDED.
Reidence of the mast reliable and rerparuftile alutraCter
will accompany the teedieen•
CERTIFICATES OF CURES,
from 8 k• 20 yearn nandirey,
WITU NANIS KNO*N ro
SCIENCE AND FAKE.
Price $1 00 per bottle, or six for $0 00.
Delivered to any address, securely packed from obeer
DESCRIBE SYMPTOMS IN ALL COMMUNICATIONS.
Cures Guaranteed I Advice Gentle
Pareonallyuppeared before me, an Alderman of the
city of Ptaladelphl4, 11. T. lisiraforM, woo being duly
sworn, Both say, his preparations contain no narcotic, no
or other injurious drugs, but are purely vege
R. T. HILMBOLD.
Sworn and subscribed before me, this 28i Oat of No
.ember, 18M. WM. P. RIBBERD, Affermin,
Ninth St. above Race, PhDs.
address letters for information in confidence to
H. T. HELMBOLD, Chemist,
Depot, 104 South. Tenth St, bet. Otlestnnt, PEla,
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS
AND UNPRINCIPLED DEALERS,
Wno endeavor to dispose "OF TRIM OWN" and i. OTHIR"
A.imase ON TM IMPUTATION ATTAIN= NY
aelmbOld% GEONINIOOpiIYaIIOO e,
" Luria Bu - h n,
Improved Rose Wash.
Sold by O. 6, t, eller, D. W. Orem, J. wgeux, C; iv.
AND ALL DROOFIST3 BrEzetwitzaz.
ASK FOR HELEBOLD'S. TAKE NO OTHER.
( L. ut out the adverttroment and send tor it,
AND AVOIDIBPOSSITON AND UPOSUBE.
A. C, SMITE,
OFFICE THIRD BTREETi
mylOy) NEAR MARICKT.
THREE CENTS PER PAPER.
OUR freshstook of: Superior Flower
and Oa den Seeds we have determined to Sell at
h.ea cents per paper. Cell at No. 91 Starke' street,
aeller's drug and fancy store, and you will get to the
J. Wesley Jones' line double Asters and ten week Stocks
at same price.
CItOSS & BLACKWELL'S Celebrated
PICKLES, SAUCES, PEESEEVZi, &a„ &c. a large
stivoky or the above, embracing every variety, just re.
OWtl for sale by [ lc] WM. DOCK, Jr., & 04.
B EAuTIFUL TISSUE PAPhR,
FOR covßritg Looking Glasses,. Pinture
BMWM, ernalunting Ceiltllgg, trilninita.h." DellPrir
, an d nut s° lIS 10 11MR OVOr strings Ilt the ----- '
etars, points, oiraes or fteunns. Vor sale A
=YU ii tußngft'S BOOKSTORE.
SOLDIER'S Cantr C OM PA N ION. —.4
very convenient Wrium g Day, ,
Vo 48 . , portion, *
Memorandum Books, rtmoonmes 4,, ~t
nVM scuEFriws BOORTME:
GARDEN REEDS.—duet received a
large invoice of eludes Garden .:,,erde—ootoprisful
a greater variety of imported and home growth titan
Les e ver been offered in this city. These who ro "
desire to purchase, can depend upon getting th e I ,"
the world, at the wholesale and retail grocery store o r
_ DOOR, da. & CO.
REsll invoice of Oranges, Lemons,
Cocoa nit's, Dates, Rados &0. ,
, for sale by
NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
Corner front sad Market streets.
C ti)AR Ware and Willow Ware; oon
slating of Cburns, Tabs. Buckets, o! BO kinds for
. NICHOLS & BOWMAN, vitt
--.._____„Cornerof Prime and Market streets.
UTTER, Water, Soda and Sweot Crack
era, at JOHN Wia:E'S. my'
lURKISEUNES, choice article , Utit
received for sale low by
NICIIOLS at iKrinfAlft
Garner Front & Mutat IltrOts.
tiYERIOII Quality of Imperial and MAct
xca, for soh by NIOBOLS & BOWX&N. '
Onuer Prgai awl Markin *OIL
rjAS discovered the most , certain, speedy
A 1 and aflame remedy in the world for
DISEASES OF IMPRUDENCE:
IWO IN ME TO TRIM HOOTS..
No Mercury or Noxious Drugs.
A Cure Warranted, or no Charge, in from one
to Two Days.
Weakness of the Back Or ‘ idirobr, Btriettires, Afibetititts
of the kidneys and Bladder, Involuntary discharges, Im
poteney„General Debility, Nervousness, Dyspepsy, lan
guor, LAIr Spirits, Confusion of Ideas, Palpitailen of the
Heart, Timidity, Trembllngs; 'Direness of bight or Giddl
nese, Disease of the Head, Throat, Nose or Skin, affix
tions,of this Liver, Lungs, Stomach or Bowels—those ter
rible dhlorders ariMug from the Solitary Habits of Youth
—thole agOarr and solitary praabOaa more fatal to their
victims than the song or t yretui to the Mariners of Ulys
ses, blighting their most brilliant hopes or anticipations,
rendering marriage, ka., imposaible.
gspoolally, who have become the Victims of Solltary
Vice, thet dreadful and destructive habit which annual
ly sweeps to an untimely grave thousands of Young
Men or the most exalted talents and brilliant intellect,
wbo Might otherwise have entranced' listening Senates
with the thunders of eloquence or waked to ecstasy the
living lyre, may call with full confidence.
Married Persons; or Young Men , contemplating mar
riage, being aware of physical weakness, organic 40111-
v deformlnes, Sm., speedily cured.
Be whit plaCles himself under the care of Dr. J. may
religiously confide In his honor as a gentleman, and con
fidently rely upon his skill as aPhysichui.
immediately Cured, and hill vigor Restored.
This distressing difectlon--which renders 1 ifamisem
ble and marriage impossible—hi the penalty paid by the
victims of improper Indulgences.. Young perstan.are too
apt to contain aromas from not , being aware of the
dreadful oomiequences that may ensue', Neeei who that
understands thesubJeot will pretend to deed , that the pow
er of procreation is lest sooner e y , those falling Into Im
proper habits thin by the prudent Besides - bdng de
prived the pleasures of healthy el:Reprint ;the most se
rious and destructive symptoms to both body and mind
arise. The system becomes deranged, the Physical and
Mental Functions :Weakened, Loss of Procreative Power,
Nervious Irratibillty, Dyspepsia, Palpitation of the Heart,
Indigestion, Cbushintiona Debility, a Waging of the
Frame Cough, Consumption Decay and Death.
Office, N0..7 Sout h Frederick Street.
Left hand side going from Baltimore street, a tew door.
!rem the oorner. not to observe nom and nuinber.
Letters must be paid and contain, a stamp. The Doe
tor's Diplomas hang in his cake.
A Cure Warrintei in Two 103.
No Mercury or Zfainsous Drugs,
Dr. jamb, '
Member of the Royal Oollege or OUrgeons, London, Grad
uate from one of the most emlnentOollegesin She United
States, sad the greater part of Whom lite-has been spent
in the hospiteht of London, Parts, Philadelphia and else
where, has effected some of most astonishing cures
that were ever known ; many troubled' Wild ringing in
the head and ears when asleep, great nervousness, being
alarmed al sudden sounds, bashfulness,: with &Squeal
blushing, attended sometimes with dery gement of mind
were cured timaadtately.._
Take Particular NOiloe.
, Dr. J. *Actresses ail - those who balm tO)tired themselves
by improper Indnigeoce and solitary habits, Which rota
both body and mind, Witting thorn for either Madness,
study, society or marriage.
These are some of the sad and melanoholly effect' pro..
(Wed by early habits of yatith, via: Weakness of the
Dank and Limbo, Pains in the Head, Dirtiness of Sight,
Loss of Muscular Power, Pial talk:on Of the heart, Dys
popsy, Nervous Irratibibty, of thoDlgestive
rtundions, General Debility, Symptonm of Consumption,
'lfairmux.—The fearful effects on the mind are much
to be dreaded—Loos of Memory, ponfusion of Ideas , De
piwnion of Spirits,Svil Forbodings, Aversion to society,
Self Distritst, Love of holltude, Tidily , &c., alb some of
the evils produced: •
TROIMAXD3 of personsof all ages can now. Judge what
is the cause of their declining health, losing their vigor,
becoming wash, pale, nervous and emaciated, having a
singular appearance &boy:ditto eyes, cough and symptoms
Who have injured themselves by a certain practice to
dnlged in When alone, a habit frequently learned from
evil companimui, or at school, the effects of which are
nightly felt, even when asleep, and if not curet renders
marriage impossible, and Mistroya both mind'and body;
should apply immediately. •
What a pity that a young man, the hope of his coun
try, the darling of his parent!, should be snatched from
all prospects. a rid enjoyments of gib, by the cOntequence
or devia4g from the AM of pature &Rd indulging in a
certain soarst habit. auoti persons =Et; before contem
refloat that a mound mind and body are thejlimost name
my requisites to promote.eonnubtal happineas Indeed,
without ibis., the journey, through Ufit,beciemds a weary
pilgrimage ; dui prospect hourly: darkens to 'the view ;
the mind becomes Shadowed with despair and filled with
the selantsholly »Motion that the happiness of another
becomes blighted with our own... . ; ,
Disease of-Imprudence. .-
When the infrgutded and Imprudent votary of pleasure
finds that he has imbibed the seeds of this painful dis
ease, it too often **ens that ail tll-timed sense of shame
or dread et dbleovery, deterwhim from applying to Mose
who, from °intuition and rinpeotabWty, can atone be
friend hhn, delaying till the conatitutional symptoms on
this herr d Mesa* 'matt their ',appears:toe, each as
cerated sore thwe'd„ Washed -nate, nocturnal pains in
the bead end limbs, disinelo! of Siltiti neatness, nodes' on
the shin bones and /0171$4,blotches on the head, fare and
extremities, progreletong with' frightful rapidity, till at
lost the palate of the mouth et the bones - of the nose fail
is, and the victim aphis awful disease become a horrid
objector com e n tr ron, **death - pits period to his
dreadful Bull ; by' mendinirhon to , t that Urdiscov
oared Country. in whelice no traveler returns."
It is a elefeesiony Tact that thousands fall victims to
Ibis terrible datease, owing to the unaltilfolturea of too
-1 rant pretenders, who by the Vie of that Deadly Poison,
Mercury, ruin the constitution 'sod make the `resider o
tile miserable. -
g tp, to ers.
Trustriot your trees Stran
or ileal the care of the many
Unlearned and Worthless Pretender;, destitute °lnflow
ledge, name or character, who copy Dr. Jobeee e re a d ver _
yertnements„ or „ style themselves in the newspapers,
r eg t e ex ii gidiidatd Inrisclable of Outing, they
keep you trifling mon* after month titling their filthy
and potsonoosnras cOMPOonda, or as long as the smallest
ibe ran bo °Melted, and in despair leave Ton with ruin=
ad health to Sigh over your galling . disappolnlinent.
DE ;Johnson is the only Physician advertising..
His credential or diploma; always bangs in his race.
Xis *manes or treatment are unknown to' all othera,
iweellarid &Cm a life wen' is the gr Cat hospitals of Eu
rope, thelton in the country and a more 'extensive Pri
vate Practice than 'Any other Physioian in the world.
• . Indorsement of the. Press.
The•many Matisaucts cured at tlus , itualtutten year ar
teryear, and the numerous impertant, Surgical Opera
tions pitibrieed by Dr . , ToluipbFfititoesgeed by the to
porters of the "Bun," ' "Clipper," and many other pa.
pees; notices of which have appeared again and again
before the public, besides lds•stabding as a gentleman of
character ead,rwonaibility, 'is a sufficient guarrautee
skin Dieeauterbpeed.Ay. Cured.
Persons writimt should be paritiscilarili direating their
letters to hta Illakinnant In the :folloning innlninr :
Joins" M. JOHNSON, M. D.
Ot the BalthaOre Lack awns], Baltimore,
LEMBRELLA. 14it1TuFACITOIY I
No. 69, Market Street below nird
M . s.LEE
IUA.NUFACTURER OF lIMBRE LAB
Aix PAROOLS and WALKING CANE% w ill farnial t i
be pod srit flt L67lt Plaaglilibiui can be boned in any of
iOre ti to. - CignitY .merchanla We to - Well t o
all Winetamlite Prima and doantrlialidtOnvinoct them
"INDEPENDENT IN ALL THILGS-N.EUTRAL IN NONE."
HARRISBURG; PA.. SATURDAY
.AFTERNOON, JUNE 21,
a full supply of
FAmbracing all the new. Styles and -Sizeis
ALBUMS FOR 12 PHOTOGRAPHS. •
ALBUMS FOR 20 PHOTOGRAPHS
Prices trom Seventy-tive Cents
130UND . IN CLOTH, WITH CLASP
BOUND IN MINCH MOROCCO, WITH
BOUND IN TURRET MOROCCO, WITH. TWO
BOUND IN TURKEY MOROCCO, „WITH
BOUND IN VELVET, WITH CLASPS-VERY
BOUND IN MOROCOO, .*ITH HEAVY
ICTURES FOR:PHOTOGRAPHIC ALBUMS.
PORTRMI3 OP DISTII.TGIM3I]D MEN
ROBTRAkUB OF I)IBTINGIIIEEIED:WOMEN.
.COPIES: OP VHOICIE PAINTINGS.
Any Oats de Table published in the county
will be furnished to :order.)
Of any size not in the etwidard styles will be
HARRISBURG GOAL OIL DEPOT.
lOOR the safety of Onnakuoere,.we have
£ established a Cpl OD Depot a; the powir of Fro ue
ani Market streets. All our Obi are tested and we posi
direly roll none except smokes prove to be non.erkosive,
clear and free from odor as far as practieable. We offer
at present the following justly celebrated brands. !Mag
nolia, Robinson, Nabrona and Lucifer, lower than can be
pnrehasea elsewhere in this place, either wholesale or ..
retail. Also an attetutive antortment of , Leimps, Chim
ney.; Shades, Glass Cones, Barna* in.. We. will also
change fluid or campheoe lamp; ter , as to .b Wed for
coal oaf. Call and satisfy yotwael yes at .
smois & Bovemair,
&pal Corner otrffroidend Market street.-
.PROF;` ADOLPH P. TEUPSER,
t i IrOVLD rospeoffifily .inform his' oA
sy . patron,' and Shed4onor gooorilly, that he
continue to give instrud/ons on the .1"41.40 !OWE, ME.
LODICON, VIOLIN and also in the science of 'THOIWIUGE
BANS. Be will w'th plalisuro walt upon pupils et! then
homes at any hOur SNOW, or Winona will be even"
his residence, in' Third street, v few deer" • below at,
German Reforroqi Church_ - • • • • deran-s to
PORT FOLIOS 1
VII TRAVELING BAft . i
And a generaZassorianent of ' TJ
have just.beenzeceived at :‘
WEGNER'S CHEAP BOOKSTORE. , '
Immo Groan, maim& *alsee,joat reeelved, an 4 t
me at Wholesale pFleee,
dell WM. DOCK, Jr., &Om
• , , .
QOA.P, Harrison, Conniu and Fancy, fOr
bale by. aromas's, sowmAs,
mS7-y] narthinat'corneiof bout and Market stree*:.
DETERSIVE SOAP, something better
then Harrison's Household Saap„just noels* and
toe sale by mums &BOWMAN,.
je2 Corner Front and Mirka streets.
lOE CRUM kiancersiPhilacielphia style
for sale by NICHOLS BOWMAN.
my2B corner Front and Market meats.
A ''trige supply of frish Salad Oil. in
ZIL large :ind mall tattoo, lad of different biandit
lust reoedved sod lea We by
WM. DOCK, i le. CO.
EXTRA Family j
Flour, uat recared and
warranted to give satiatudion, for aa3e bT
NICHOLS it BOWMAN, •
inyg2 04.ner of front and Market street:
DURE Cider Vinegar, warranted , just
received and ter Bale by
er W R4l
.. , .
QIIPERIOIi Dikkcielion Coffee, just re
LI received and for sale by
• WORMS & BOWMAN,. •
mos Corner Front and Market...streets:
6.00 POUNDS Extra /Time klugar
Oared Hillwaor sale vary low 111wIteale
or Vitali by; 1)00K JR.. woo
.pi/odoista N and&lso
Irecacees FM* tbr isale by ° '
Kr NI um & BOWYLN,
(7 ,149 r /oaf ..Market dreaft•
CIOAL OIL, Natrona, Magnolia, Lucifer;
e;:j ether non-explosive brands, for Bale low by
Aft 1 4 11 : ... t , 1/091:11¢N,i
Just received, at BERGNER'S BOOS STORE,
ALBUMS. FOR 24 PHOTOGRAPHS
ALBUMS FOR 80 PHOTOGRAPHS
ALBUMS FOR 40 PHOTOGRAPHS
AI4B1:90 FOR (50 PHOTOGRAIIII3
To Twenty-Hve Dollars
MOUNTINGS. AND CLASPS
COPIES Or BARE ENGRAVINGS
littotap c b.
FREIGHT REDUCED !
HOWARD & HOPE
TO AND FROM
NE W V.0"1..K.
Goods Ordered in the
the same Night.
Leave New "frork at 71 P. M., by the Past
Throngb r ipEpresa titan; arriving in Harrisburg
atitt A: It '
WITHOUT, CHANGE OF OARS.
Order Goods marked
via HOPE EIPRESS CO,
General Office, 182 Broadway, New York
For further information enquire of
GEO. BEEGNEB, Again.
liaarossuro, 49g. 1861.-dit
- 1151 ON' RESP CT, aA. Ai T, . .
`BILT TAB 1 ) AND. BOWLING SALOON,
NO. 119 MARKET STREET, NEAR .FIFTE.
E subscribers erecte d ,a e
batlding at the above place , g, Wisely for the pure o.
see above Indicated; beg to call the attention of the pub.
110 to!the followings •
SiletAbittifi, 911.410 Ana Homy wittt it dialog room
attacked, is fitted up In first-class style, and it wUI at all'
tinassebe suppled With MO best OUTERA to be Matto
the Atlantic cities, together with terrapbt, fish, and all
kindiregame In season. Oysters served up in'every
style; apt meats to be had Mall hours. The' Ales or all
the celebrated bievrerles in the country oonetantly on
ThO Ten-pin Alley, or Bowling Saloon, is in the rear,
and ottetahte'threo alleys of modern onnstrootion, Where
the lov ers of this healthy eIfIICISO can enjoy themselves.
Thellilliard . Mahon is upstahn—elegantly Sited up,
d Sontains threasnarble top combination cushion
'• on thli glad, as the proprietors are determiaitc.
10 (101aciet it in lc what end Wetly =inner., and do Cfie
rything in their power to nuke it klheotenable ,res ort,
'they hope torooedve a liberal shareut plotter patronage.
isa-Ar WILLIAM O,MorADDIN a 00.
COAL I COAL I I
$5, AND $2 2& PER TON OF 2,000 LBs.
O. D. FORSTER,
O.tFICIS and yard on the Canal, foot of
North street trholeasle sod Retail dealer in
A •• LIKENS' • VAWY
• I • swesuar and.
BROAD TOP 00. Ale
and dealers nay, rely , uper; obtaining a first
rate article; inn. fll weight, at the lowest rates. Orders
promptly attendecito: Minna dificonat nixie to par
nhasersipaying Ibr the coal wbert'otilered:
Pratient price, s2,.and $2 60.ber.ton.
burg, Apra 18.-dly
CAIL at No. 1,5 Market Street, where
ifia will Had a large and well : Bela:led stook of
plain andlansy Couresstionery of al,
_ . i kinds. e : great va•
riety otieys es every denniption, Mulles' Wort Stands
and Finny Baskets, For Fruits; litits, Distal and all
other e=itl.FeeertillY itePt. le a ooareationery , and toy
attire.: • 'song bosh supplies every Weak. Cali and
enondnetor yourebees. • Wid. ' IL' TynGGUINgR,
aPrW 6 tn • Piivriiiter-
Ltik VLNG made efficient and perinament
,11...arraugementa for , the purikoee, we are now: pre
prep tornake 130//ailki of every ktad, prompt
ty antra reaecutable rates. We shall nag host made by.
Bailer& Brother; the reputation Of .yrhipb. secoad to
none In the JEarket.. • - -
None the best hands 'moved. ittmakinear s on: l pt.
ly attended to Address ?tot LB wo
rrkidgdi ' AllwFttiburg,
SOKOOTELIN BROTH:KRA dr CO.,
WHOLESALE . DICUOGISTS
A biD.DEALERt3 in Fancy Goods, Per -
&o.Alpo wen* fa' the sale of Relined
PciteloolO 011 , superior to= any coal 01l •
faniatied in any qtuoultlet at the lowest mareet rata.
170 and 172', William &rat
a2746m NEW YORE.
ANOTHER SUPPLY OP
MiIVALLED GOLD, PENS.
INST PENS in th e world, for 750, $.l. 26
juk 60,42,13; and 44,1br sale at • -
iebl 6 -9 • _I."9OII.IIIFEER'S Bookstore:
I'VE are offering for sale a splendid
ff s' quality or vanilla - Bean at 'lair Moo, by the
pound, ounce or ahugly. • -
91 Market Street,
HAY 1 HAI 11
A SUPERIOR article of Baled Hay, at
41411. $l7 00 per ton for sale by
43018 JAMES ILWRICELSR.
VANCY COLORED Paso; ready out, , for
covering Looking Glasses, Picture Mamas, Atc.
Won and otker.new patterns for sale nt
BEHONsalt CHEAP BOOKSTORE.
"CIDER !I I VINEGAR 111
AAr.ADE from choice and selected Apples,
and guaranteed by aI to be StriOtlY PM*,
612-d WM, 11XX3K &
'DINE lot of Resign& Oranges and other .
:Foreign +Fruits, And rewired and for sale by
corner - Front and Market streets.
BIRD Fountains and Seed Bosse, Oa
nary, and Hemp Red ibr Bale by
NiOEIOLI k BOWMAN,
Omer front and Market Meets.
gAMMY WAtailiONG , BLUE, an eiael
ienti sabstaike ea at itholegale
an IMMO Igatez7 Mora or mums nowitan,
corner of "rout and Market Wept'.
SWBOLD :small lot of
- troyoslebrote4 alum jeSt. received.
AuripePf - Oggp 4.4.4 cO.
'From bur Morning Mitten,
GEN. •LEW WALLACE IN CONNAND
OF THE QTY.
The Argue Newspaper Wu; Taken
TWO'NEW 04 EDITORS, BOPERTISINO iTS
The Stars and' Stripes Float With
out Mot station.
ARREST OP G lIERILZIAB
Gen. Lew Wallace has resumed command of
the city. Hie' first official' act was the taking
possession of the Ames office, which hits been
out spoken in its sympathies for the rebellion.
T. Vir: Knox, of the New York Benda, and
A. D. Bichardion t of the ?mute, haveabeen
appointed to supervise all the editorials which
appear in that.paper.
Threats having been made to tear down 'the
Union flags flying over the houses of some of
the citizens, the Provost bland issued orders
instructing the guard to shoot down any one
attempting to haul down a flag; or offering to
insult, or molesting the realdents and citizens
who have thus manifested their devotion to the
An order wag also famed to imprison all citi
zens carrying concealed weep:ins.
(Nerdlas are prowling about the country.—
Five were arrested last night by the [pickets in
he suberbs of the city.
Owing to the scarcity of change,lthe board of
aldermen voted to issue one hundred thousand
dollars in fractional notes, as the public exi
The guerrilla bands are burning the cotton
in the counties of northern Mississippi, which
has not already been destroyed by the owners.
The boats going north are loaded to their
utmost capacity with freight and paisengers.---
1240;*01441eigunoo3a8 admintattu•livi to over
The Auslariche says that.the rebel anthoritiee
ordered all.the rolling stook of the Mobile and
Ohio railroad; from Pendie to Meridian.
SERIOUS LCOIDUT TO GILN.JItoDOWSI,I6
ttaok on the James River Fleet.
THE REBELS DRIVEN BACK
WASHINGTON, June 20
The President has idatnated to the *Ate
Col. John Cochrane' rind Gustionni Adolphus
Saroggs, both of NOW York, to he . infgadier
generals of volnntuerti.
Gem. McDowell, when thrown front hikhorse,
ou Wedneschty, was scr .stunird, that it was
feared the 'accident would prove fatal, but - the
rewrt todny concerning him, is that .he wEI
not'long be delayed In resuming the saddle.
Dispatbliei have been received here that on
the 17th the rehelsopened upon our ships-ok
war in the James river, from the blutriat 'City
Point by artillery and small arina, bat our
squadron returned the attack ' ` with' shell end
sharpnel, silencing and driving tecli, the rebel
WAEaNGTop, - 31i0 20.
Mr. Mum, M.,) called up the bill to re.
peal the acv : psassi _ one to prevent and
punish frauds on•the Government.
The bill provides for return office for the
deposit of a copy of ell contracts made by gov
Pending a vote on the bill, it was postpone('
till to-morrow, and the bill taken up to define
the pay and emolument:id officers of the
on which ccenmittee - of conference Was or.
The . Pacific railroad bill was then taken np.
Mr. Titurceurz moved to strike out the sec
tion providing far four branch lines at the east
ern terminus, which was rejectefl—yeaslls,
The bill was then read the third time and
passed—yeas 85., nays 5, tia_tollow:
Yves-Messrs. Anthony, Browning, Clark,
Chandler, Colluder, Cowan, Davis, Dixon, Doo
little, Foot, Foster, Girimes, Hale, Harlan, Har
ris, Henderson, Howard, Hennedy, Lane,
(Ind.,) Lane, (Kansas,) Latham, McDougal,
Morrill, Nesmith, Romer.", Rioe, 'Sherman,
Starke, Sumner, Trumbull, Wade, Willey, Wil
mot,-Wilson, (Mass.,) and Wilson, (Mo.)
Nays—Messrs. Howe, Xing, Pearce, Wilkin
son and Wright.
Mr. Flown= was present but did not vote,
and Mr. Pam, (Ky.,) paired uff with Mr.
StICIIONB (IL I.)
Mr. T ax Elu . was excused from' voting on
the ground that he did not like the bill as
A motion was then made to take up the con
fiscation bill, a debate then ensued as to which
bill should - be considered that of Senate or
the one which plume(' the House.
Mr. SEUMILAN, '(Ohio,) said. that' An...ordin to
give Senators:an opportunity to make up eh*
minds widdithey wcroldtvonsidertrat he woo*
Mote to, .7405 1 ra ki4X 4 0 10 3 r4i.wi when S Tote
!hp uta .talceri the, rust tliing.
ThiSenate then adjourned:.
ittain gritting Wirt
Having procured Steam Power Preeene,fir• ate pewee
ed to eremite JOB add EMI PRINTING o 4mery descdp:
lon, cheaper than It can be done at any other aging .
m ant In the country.
lie Attu ai ...LASORO.
Four lines or lees constitute oue-half square. Med
[nee or more than four constitutoa square.
Half Soars, one day . . .....
• ens month
, Iquare, one day
• 'three months
six m0nth5..... ....
siness notices tallGrted lite Lieed ikdssews, or
before Marltoninsertion.e and Deaths, EIGHT GENTS PER LINT
Sir Manages and Deaths to be charged u regular ad
From' Gen. Shield's Army.
His Troops Concentrated at Strasburg
OEN. MU'S REBEL ARMY SUPPOSED TO
ADVANCE OF GEN. FREMONT.
A Battle Imminent.
Advice's from Front Royal state that General
Shields has succeeded, in concentrating all his
troops at Strasburg.
• The rear guard of his army left Luray about
au hour before it was entered by Gen. Ewell's
Ewell is now believed to be in occupancy of
Luray with a heavy force.
Arrivals to-night from New Market bring in
telligence that Gen. Fremont was about to ad
vance to New Market, seven miles south of
Mount Jackson, and oplxeito the gap in the
Massachusetts mountain, through which the
road leads to Luray.
Jackson is believed to have a considerable
force of light troops in Harrisonburg, while
another body is at or near Port Republic.
Prisoners report that White's division of fif
teen hturdred are within supporting distanosof
Mamas, June 18
FROM WINCHESTER, VA.
Arrival of Wounded Soidiere En Route
A large number of sick and wounded, from
General Shield's command, arrived hereto-day.
It fa stated that they are to be sent forward
to Frederick or Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.
Nothing of an interesting charmter has been
publicly announced from General Fremont'
Trandated front the writings of Queened. Originslly
published A. D. 17211.
Every thing should be Christian in a ahrL
Our life should show forth our love.
False virtue is a sail that hides from us our
True hope is not luZ - sooner
or later, triumph over the unjust.
Pear is.the first executioner to which the
sinner is given over after his sin.
It is best to receive the gifts of God in his
own time, rather than wish to have them in
To forold Christians to read the Bible is to
interdict light to the children of light. .
Men are more inclined to ask questions of
curiosity, than to seek necessary , Instruction.
There are but few who are not in some re.
• like the Pharisee.
It is almost impossible to call God our Fath
er, without the conviction that we are his
Let your warner belie your inward feelings,
j and show yourself without concealment.
What is small, is small ; but to be faithful in
that which is least, Is to be great. •
Man is too curious with regard to natural
things, and too ssealous as to the supernatural.
When a man is full of himself, he is empty
of God, and must take charge of his own soul.
What awaits the man who fall into the hand
of the living God f
God leas the judgment of externals to
:man; the mimes of the heart are known to
Men are believed on their word, but God is
not taken at his.
Remy and schism arise from the passions of
• Sighs are the portion of the heart on earth ;
prase will be the language of heaven.
'lt is the dawn of happiness to comprehend
the misery of sin, and to desire the satisfaction
of thaw) who serve God.
It is the heart which shall be judged by him
Who knows the heart ; with the haul we must
please him. •
God despises =end abandons double-minded
men, as he takes pleasure to instruct the sim
p►le, of heart.
What is the misery of that man who feels
the wants of the body more than the necessi
ties of the soul!
Of all the virtues, Christ speaks in praise of
faith only, because a living faith includes the
other' graces, and nothing can stand in its
What termerity is it to measure the eternal
and infinite mind of the Creator, by the feeble
fallible reason of the creature I
The greatest sins are those committed against
the lova of God, because they conflict with the
first, and great commandment.
Tine humility is found in the confession of
the grace of God working within the soul, and
if this grace is not received in its amplitude, It
is wholly rejected.
Never deal rigorously with any one ; the ex.
aptitude of honesty does not demand all that
is doe. If you would be a friend beloved, be
not strictly exacting, nor fear to be in the ad
There is a time of just judgment coming,
when we shall not have the power to do what
we wish, because we did It not when it could
have been done.
The world is filled with good intentions that
are never executed. These but serve to render
the sinner inexcusable, 'because the sins hay
ing the preception of the knowledge of duty.
Who is there among LIB who would not go to
a hospital or a prison , were we assured that
Cbriat hadteed of us Y And yet Christ com
mands our attendance, and we turn a deaf ear
to him, and do not minister unto him.
• The everlasting pains of the lost come from
a nem of the infinite dignity of an offended
God. The eternal bliss of the elect results
from the wondrous goodness of the Lord, who
has crowned them with glory.
It is an easy thing to hide 'oneself from the
world, and to avoid'the praises of men. But
it is difficullt• to conceal oneself from one's own
oyrs, and n•crtik feel a self-gratulation and ap
plause for anmdifference or a contempt of ha
titan approtratiOn and adixtinttiOn.
BE AT LURAY.
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WEIM, Va., Jana 19
, June 20
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