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CF LIFE. '
Prepared from Pure Vegetable Extracts, containing math
ing Injurious , to the most Delicate.
Raerhe Rejuvenating Elixir is the result of modern
discoveries in the vegetable kingdom; being an entirely
new and abstract method of cure, irrespective of all the
old and worn-out systems.
—This medidifie has been tested by We most eminent
medical men of the day, and by, them pronounced to ,be
one of the greatest medical discoveries of the ago
,One bottle will cure General Debility:
gay-A few doses cures Hysteries•in females.
Aw• One bottle cures Palpitation of the Heart '
garA few doses restores the organs of 'generation.
—From one to three bottles restores the manliness
and full vigor of Faith.; -
Air-A few doses restores the appetite. : r •
—Three bottles cures the worst case of Impotelicy.
,ogrA few doses cures tee low spirited.
eg-One bottle restore mental power.
egrA few doses bring the rose tothe cheek.
ag-This medicine restores to randy vigor and robes
health the poor, debilitated, Worn-down and despairing
devotee of sensual pleazure.
,The listless, ehervideilyiaitiOhanver-tasked man.
of business, the victim of :a nervous depression, the in
dividual suffering from:atm:ler* debility, or from weakness
of a single organ, will all find; immediate and permanent
relief by the use of this Elixic_or kasence of Life.
,@-Price, $2 per bottle; or three bottles for $5, and
forwarded by express, on receipt of money, to any ad
—Sold by all druggists everywhere. '
DR. W. R MERWIN & CO.,
Sole Proprietors, .
marll-eodly No. b 9 Liberty street, New York.
HEALTH PRESERVER. -
CERTAIN AND SAFI.
skit-For the Removal qf Obstructions and the Inslyance
qf Regularity intheßecurrenceof the
They cure or obviate those numerous diseases that
spring from irregularity, by removing the irregularity
-They pure Suppressoil, Excessive awl Painful• Men
struntion. - • - •
'Ear They cure Green Sickness (Glilorosiz.)' -
/Of-They cure Nervous.and.Spinal Affections, parnS in
the back and lower parts of ,thehody, Heaviness, Fatigue
on slight exertion, Palpitation of the Heart, Lcr - tiess' of
Spirits, Hysteria, Sick Headache,-GlddinesS, &A, &c.
a word, by removing the irregularity, they re3iove the"
mese, and 3vith it ALL the effects that spring from it .
Composed of simple vegetable extracts, they cell.:
t sit nothing deleterious -to any :conhtitution, howirrer .
elicate, their function'being to 'substitute' stribieh . for
weakness, which, when-propetly used, they never.fail to.
.sy—They Mai be safely °Sea at any age, a.n , d, at, any
perioc, EXAISIT DURING 1 . 13;6 FIRST TEMZE .Nott•ras, during
which the unfailing nature of their action would infallibly
letters seeking Information) or 'advice will. be
promptly, 'freely and, discreetly answered. -
pi -Full directions accompany each box.
Ara-Price, $1 per box, or six boxes for $5
Aar:Sent by mail,, free of postage, on receipt of price.
4Sold by all respectable druggists.
DR. W. R MERWLN,St CO., Solo Fropricturs.
marll-eodly No. 59 Liberty street, New York.
For sale in Harrisburg by S. A RUNNEL Se-BRO., 115
Market street. • -
, • Discovery.
INSOLUBLE CERFANT 7
Is of more general practical iittility
than any inNontion now, before •the
public It hag been thoroughl&sted
during the last two years by practical .
men, and pronounced by all to be .
BIIPBBIOR 40 A lir I'
Adhesive Preparations knownJ.:
• ' •
lityroies'LviotuittaCattsarr Is 8 neyt
thing,. and the result of years of
study; combination is on
Scientific. Principles;;.. •
And under no circumstance§ or'
change of temperature, will-At. be,
come corrupt or omit any offensive
Applicable to all .
A now ibiug.
IManufacturers, using Machines,
find the ,beet. article kno*n. as
Cementing for the Channels, iftOrks
without delay, is not affected by any
chute of temperature.
Moot and Shoe Man
Will find it sufficiently adheslye for
their use, as has been proved.
B isl.:Tedally Adapted to':Lpathe . ,
And we claban as an especial Axiom,
that. it sticks Patches to Baits :and
Shoes sufficiently strung iithous
it is the only . . •
IL I Q urn 0 1
Ulla a liquid
Extant that is a sure thing forPtitend
Turilitu tockery, •
Bone, v 4
And articles of Household use
Hmrox's issoLumat Osamu.
Is in a liquid form and as easily
plied as Paste.
fluirorre lasoLuma Csarairy
Is insoluble in water or oil.
HILTON'S INSOLUBLE CEE-MIT
Adheres oily substances..
Supplied hi Family or Mat:ired:
hirer's Packages from 2 ounce ilo leo
HILTON BBOS &
--, • • .PruPrietpri,
It :ea's In ?Yakut
-DR. IL M. GILDEA, t ,-
- pp ESPECTPULLY intones the eitit of.
1.11) Harrisburg and vicinity that he has remov ltis Of
fice from Market street to T.hird street, r uext ,doar_,_ , , the
Patriot aziallnion office, where' heris - probarell64Nom :.
modate all who - pay desire his professional service:l
aprl4 ..,.. i•
A GENTS wanted to sell the Stan
tort' of the War. A rare chance to *lake, !money.
Age n t s are . dlearing from $lOO to $2OO per niontil:'29o,ooo
volumes already sold. SetutTor circulars. Addreag.
JONES` BROS. & E 101:
Alib :TAM?. lot of choice CataWbe s
for sale at [mart] - JOHN WLSE
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BY GEORGE BERGNER.
DISE A RES RESULTING FROM
DISORDERS - :I*-::`illit;'LlVE-11
) . :_p : prugsryCor. ANS;
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THE GREAT STRENGTHENING` TONIC,
111 ESE Bitterg have Verforrned"mgre?cures;
have l and do give better satisfaction; have More tes
timony; have more respectable people to vosok for them
than anyother article in the market. . •
• We defy any one to contradict this assertion; and will
par 81,000 to any : ne that willpreduce 'certificate Pub
hed by us that is not genuine. Holland's German
tare, will cure every case of Chronic!, or Nervous,. Debility,.
Diseases of the Kidneys, and diseases arising (rime a dis
ordered stomach. • -Observe the following syutOtems,!re.
suiting from the disorders of the 'digestive organs: 'Con
stiliatims rneptrdyiles, ~Fullness .of .Blood ; to. the head,
Acidity of the Stomach, NausescHeartliure,. Disgust; for
Food; Fullness ' or !might in the Stomach; Sour Ernctation.s,
Sinklng.orilattering at the pit of the storriech, Swimluing
of the head,.Hurried andiiitticult breathing, Fluttering at
the heart,: Choking or suffocating .sensations when in a
lying,poSture, Dimness of vision; Doti, of webs before the
sight Fever And dull pain in the head; Deficiency of pers
piration, Yellowness of the akin andreyeti, Pain in the side,
back, chest, limbs, /Lc. • Sudden flushes of heat, Burning
in the' flesh, Constant Imaginations of evil, and great de
prosaic:ln of spirits.
Remember that this Bitters is slot, alcoholic, contains no'
rum orwlgsky, and can't make &Mika:dß, bat is : the
best, Toalc in the world.
From the Rev. Levi. G. Beck, Pastor of the .Baptist
Church, Pemberton, N: formerly of the North Baptist
Church, Philadelphiti; • ' ' -
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I have known Boolland , aGerman Bitters favorably fOr
it number of years., I lave used them in my ovm fmnily
and have been pleased with:their etitigts that I was in
duced to recommend Mein to inany others, and know that
they have operated in a strikingly .benellcial manner. I
take great pleasure in thus publicly proclaiming! this
fact, and callinglbe attention. of, those afflicted with the
diseiMis for which - -thef are -recommended ta' these Blt
tersi knowing from experience ,that my recommendation
will besnita;_inetl. . I do this more cheerfully , ,as ,Hoof
lanes Bitted is, intended to •benellt the .; and Is
"not'U'ruar drink." 'Fours' truly. ; " • '
-LRFY G. snit
From Rev. J. Newton Brown, D. D., _Editor of. the En.;
cyclopedia of ReWimps Knowledge And Christian Chroni,
Cie; I' hi/ateiPl,4 - . : , ,
Although not dispoSedle faVor, or recommend' Patent
Alchicines in general, through distrust of their ingredients
and:effects, I yet know of no reifilelent, reasons why a
man may not testify to the benefits he believes himself to
have received from any simple preparation, in the hope
that he may thus contribute to the benefit of others
I ho this the more readily ht regard to Hooflamrs Ger
man Bitters,. prepared by Dr. C. N. Jackson, of this city
because I was, prejudiced against, them ,for many years;
under the impression that they' were Lhiefy an alcoholic
mixture. I am indebted to my friend;: Robert Shoema
ker„Esq., for the, removal , of this ; prejudice . hi proper
taste, and for encomsgement to by theist when sutfeking
from great arid Tong continued .debility. The' .use of
three bottles of these Bitters at the beginning of.the
present year, was followed by evident relief and restora
tion to a depte.of bodily and mental:Tiger' which I hail
not for six months `before, and had almost ,despaired of
regaining. I. therefore thank God and Say friend' for, dl=
rootingme to the use of them. - • -
' • " J. NEWTON.BROWN, Philada.
From, Rev., Warren. i Rimdelph, Pastor .of Baptist'
Church, Gerrintaitovin,',Penn.. .
Dr. C. • Jtiekson:—Detir:'radial. experience
enables me tosay that Ixegard the: German ' Bitters, Pre
pared by iron,. as a mostlexcellent medicine. In asses of
severe cold and general debility I have, been irreatly,bene,
fitted by the use of the - Bitten& anifilenbe not "they will,
produce similar effects en °them.
Yours truly , WABBEg XrANDOLPII,
. :From:Rev..Turner, . Pastort-of AHedding d. E
Marsh; -.f : 7 "I`j:
li. 0..31. - JaCkssii;-,--Dear Sir:,--,Haviog used, your Ger
man Bitters lirmyfomity'ffemteritly ritot:prepared to r say,
that it been.of serited most
cases of. genetakdobility .the:system itaaltit Safestland
most velutdde remedy of which I have any knowledge.
TOON' resigmteauk. . TtrItOR,!
Prom the Rev. J. M. Lyonsi formerly. :Pastor. of the
celmnbus,(N. and ldtlestoyin (Pg.) Baptist Otturebes.:''
Roarceil. N. Y.-
-- Dr."o:ll.'"Jabksirnt:Driar'Sti.- - Tfeelletigelaiirt Runk,
of my own acoordi,tnhienr.testimony to the excellende of
the Germsu Almon. 'smile yams
_since being muck at
dieted with Dyspepsia, I used tkem with very beneficial
results'.' - 'I: have ofteik,rechimiinndeetliem to persons, en
feebled by-that tormentintittsinsk and have . heard; cram
them the most ilatteririt-ttittlinordele 'as to their grent.
value..: In.eases.of general debility ; I..believe.it -to great
tonic that (=mot: be surpassed. -J. M. LYONS. •
• Fiona the'ltev Theinas Winter, Pastor or RokberoUgli
Baptist Church. • • • • • .
_ Aim to your excel
lent preparation,. Bootlind German. Bitters, to , add my
testimony to the deserved reputation it his Oblakied.• I
have for years, at iimes, been 'troubled with greet 'disorder
my-head,in and nervous system. I was advised: , a
friend to try a bottle of your German Bitters; did so, and
have experienced' great and unexpected relief; 'My health
has been very'materially benefitted. I confidently recom
mend the article where .I meet with cases .similar. :to my
own, and have been assured by many their good ef
fects.' BeetectfallY ,yeurs;
• T: WINTER, Itiiiboniugh, Pa:
From Rev. J. S. Herman, of the German Retained
Church, Kutztown, Berke county, Pa..
Dr. G. IL Jackson i—Respeeted have been
troubled with Dyspepsia. nearly twenty years, and have
never used any medicine that did. Me .as much good as
HOotiand , s Bitters. lam very much improved In health,
after having taken live bottles. -
rlis with respect, J. a Earwax:-
, • •
lange'Size (holding nearly doable quantity,) $1 0(1
per bottle—half dor ifp 00
Small S ize -75 !eenee Per bottle—halt dof,. 4 00
• •• • -BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS! '
See that the signature of 'T. M. JACKSON. Won the
*TAPPER' of each bottle. . , •
-Should your neainst druggist not have the article, do
bet.he put ini* - any 'of the intoxicating preparations that
',bit be offered hi,* place but - teuid to na, and we will
011 7 44, securely packed,. express- ,
Thnotpal-Onice „ IE end , Manufactory
'6ll '''RO STREET', • ,
• '34 i o -
For sale by Druggists and Dealers In every htithe
United elates. mylO•dawXy
AP.E cttr.:::n BY
BEAD WHO SAYS SO
" T E UNION-NOSY JD, ,F 9211
HARRI§BURG, PA.,- TH; RSDAY 1016 26„
. 1864 . , it
ki n d •
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Kll.ll(gli'S RITTER WINE; QE, ON.
A PIII2E - and powerfuj.TON.T.Q;:.Correotive
and Alterative, of wonderfoleffiettoy In.dieoaseb of
the STOKA.CH, LIVER road BOWELS.
, . . .
Liver Complaints ;
Debility, Nervousness:, De
preasion of Soffits; DOnstipation . ..
Interiniltent Fairer of the'
StomachiNsiusetc.Hiri!biip ,_pisgast for
Food, Fullness or'Welght In the &milso
Fluttering at the Pit of the S to mach,
Snitiiiiiing of the .Head, Difficult Breathing; Yellow.
need of the 'Skin and' Eyes, Fever and' bull pains yin it, be
Head, Pain in the Side, Back, Chest:and Limb s'
g ym ease. of Chronic or, Naqrsfons;
"Debility; Diseadasof the Kidneys' and
Maus* hrisinefriim disordereff , "
Stomach, Cceisi Male
p or , Female,,Old.;::
The most,beneficial m edi c ine known; gives better silt's
'faction and cures more diseaSas then any other pippkra:.
tion Offered to 'the PubliO. Prepared solely bYS: A. HUN
EEL :& BRO., 118 Market street, Harrisbufg,
For sale by Druggists and.Defacrs everywhere.
• BEWARE 014
As KunkePs.Bitter Wine of Iran ia the• only sure and
effectual remedy in the known world for t , the permanent
'ollie or Dyrpep.suz awl - bebill4:and as the6"are a nittriber.
Or; imitatiens offered: io•the pnblio, we oniulecitition the
community tp.purohase nonei.bntr.the - EgnidnEuartlele,
manufactured by S. A. KUNPREZ. Bno., .and has taw.
stamp on ihn'top "the cork of every . botild. The, very
fact that .4ithers are ( iittemining.to ( lmititta .- this valuable
remedy, proves Its worth and speaks vopames in 10.faror.
,The. Bitter Millneof Iroute put up in .15 ,centlatid $i 00
bottles, aup. eold,hyreipeOtable drugglsta„througl!tout
'the country:. ',Ate..pettieUliti-that pcit!,.ki(hes.o t
ac simile of the propriFtor'd signature . signature . . • '
'This Wine, includes the :most agreeable: andt ell:talent
Saltef , Tron we possess; Cltratel of
. 14agrtetio Oaide Com-.
bleed, - WlLEthe ,mostjeneigetic of vegetable topics,,Xeliche
Peruvian birk.- 'The effect In lieu:cased debilWoes
of appetite; and generarprbitratiorn iai effidelit Salt of
Iron, colah)rmi, with Oar:walkable Norio! Tonio, •lai most
happy. wagminkts the,appetitei raises.the poise,: takes
- or muscialorilabblneas, removes the pallbr Of, debility,
and giveS 'o:florid vigor to Sltrcountonants: •
, For sale by.: respeOtOble :dealers tbiougbout, the
ounu9. : 1
NEW GOODS---JUST OPENPIi
Book and:t Stationory , Store.
~,Kmhrsoing ovary mervanitimproved style of t
. - - :POCKET, BOOKS, -c4 ;
CALF skirl `POCKET , 13004 V -
to min all.elrcomstangea
of a lane assortment of *eriteliholik t Supo
From NowtOn'scelebrated matattliCtoty. • ,Every res
PORT rums, ' '
w/ t/T/ / 44
• ' ' icisi7top.mks. - A
Together with every , artidle- venally fodrid tri reflrit
Book and itationejlekte ' kakitiMent, at :P' '
I'',loRailtß'S; l sl'l.fmket'..sirOt „
.. :team : : Weekly: t 0.... , Tprpoo •
: rporOBING at QtrUNSTOWN, (36tIk;Etar
-1 bor.)l Thd_well,'known..Steal:lmre Of‘the Llvinilxd,
New York and Philadelphi a , pcpapalitp, crFiglolll hiFfl kit
tended to mans follows: • ..; '
;: EDINI3URGI &Initial, Ma 7 1 CITY OF W AS HI NG TO N,
•Batardak, May :191v,01,TY, 0 ' , MANDIIESTSR,:' Saturday ) .
May,ll,,and revery, *Weeding Saturilat, :at. Noori f ' ol '
Proi44, Nort h 'lnver, , i,
' iSoIe'PASSI,GE, i ' '
: .istrammo rti -dorm; OR ITS 140144.11C5T i tti iiiiiiiiNOT.
e51N..... .180 0 i ::l
S ; TE
ERAGWO... , .W $39 00
,do to Lindon ' 8 5 ,00 d01t010nd0n..;..:051 uu
. do CO- Ririe ' op oo di to row cw o 2
do' to'Haebnig.`lo 90 'do*fcr Sambarg - 't at y ,
PassengerdAdlio. , f ito!Miy* BreMen, , Rdter ,.
dam, An t w erp /a.,,at eludylew.rates .., ,•.
4 ; ,
Nies from Liyorpocd or ow l : T o: mu: 4 A ,C a bi n , $75,
485, $lO5. , Steerage, $35. ,n, ose-Aiito wish ' to send, for
theiffrieridslcan hay tmketoheidat these'ratea' •
; For: furthar..thformation apply at the Offices Company's
~. JOAN: G. DALE, ibimit.; 15 Broadway,,N,..Y44orra , 0 '
ZIMMERMANIfirrieb . ' -- 112541.17
!.1 1 F - 10TORAL'''SYRUP:'
fIiNEELS DIVAIIOI:4t4 , tricwl4cit is len
, iirely vegetable i ts, 'emnfulsition hes been ,e l2l- •
ployeil 'With wonderful htincis'for many tearsin the cure
of disabsess for thmitaR.PASSAGES and LUNGS. 'Far any
form of the disease, such as COUGH, TIGHLINHbf the
THROAT, SPITTING:OF, EiLOOD, DUTICULT,BREATILING,
ROAREIID3S, OF 'VOICE and HECTIC FEVERS,, its
qs#,liirilrb9 Attended with, the, happiest results:l.t.lt, one
of the best and,safest medicines for alLformsfArgicar
GUMS and coDTErwiloN, 2V4.l4,24,itr.]pnwiii:d
-tizet'qf abk#T, e Inthis'iterix „
For sale tit'BEßGlsilit , S Cheip - lioOk Store;''
NEW GNOCERV-AND PROVISION STORE.
'HOVEff Ara. R
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4 W- FLO L E:SA w ida LAfAADlya/LIL ,
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V i g i nrYrfP•V i " I 'l
jilt3t9M9d * Fraliw, :.•
s Orgbod* dieli sang, o. 3' let • •
Harrisburg, Pa, to which they invite the attention o the
public generally. - nolo4l/y
~._-'- iCS'A:Y'+a..--%.6 <Yi34:J4~. •~:CLLC.a .:: •.:wN.'hr .~_
14 V 44 Villit ;Fftligolsis-1
ASHCROFT'S-LOW WATER DETECTOR •
afe~eltklirY fo Vtiiiehofl64,ltcfni of
water, whir& titibt:wtaksiDdie tifiggrlnanY dad aataairc ,-
plies, and so much damage from the burning of boilers.
We warrant this histrument to be a perfect ituuraFte
fedninntrOeres7 rev' etfelicr.trui -
Send for an instrument.aud try It; if not satisfact4ory,
.YRlt i cia.Mallirn Siryultirp„withnfeTences sent to any
onct.Wirlnglthoni. 344tWyouipmutibtoilicitil '
D. C. MEADS & CO:,
riLBRECHT,,,BIEHRS & SCHMIDT%
..EXCELSIOR PIANOS; . .
SOLBi 40.E.N0Y •W. .E.NOOI T
. 43 Market Meet 4; Matziehem t .
RUSClNS,;.perfci9tly, satiefaatiny, to
,JU MYSELF I Lave taken the agency of the Ocoee moat
,excellent Pianos. *lifted to' cemer;And".ex
ambiti hie theretieNee. - - • ' '•
:.A.fwaiSohomaoker• ii.Co , airituiot On band yet, will be
daol low. mar2s4l
.I`A BRE LL, IRVING it,CO:
' ,i. . *to /Cu' OWSTICKILT,
rICVANTIE'ACITTIGIRS of 1
Gl' ALL SIZNR
on hand or made to Order..
*eked met paid' fbl• rope krige ma) gnentl
Mak.' • . 1 • ' .111.114301
• ,7 :•;• REMOVED.' • • .
SCY Figlr4e'S sciie.sTmeir."
O I A P ritt 0 - 0 F rtit
SOUTH- SIVON1? 14 9TRRNT, . •
A'Wo.: Doors; Below, . Store,
• fIIOPPOSITF4 TEE PRESBYTERIAN. OEURRIE • :
MELODEONS AND O.ABINET ORGAN`
TWENTY-SIX FIRST PREMIUM, ..1
ONLY bOLDßeKDAt'leyer won by` InStnniti of , ible
class) Insilmien iiwaniedio
MASON & HAMLIN'S INSTRUMENTS.'
!..kifullassortment'of, the .ftistraments itlarayS on han4l.
1.. W. 00CILE!S, Sole Agent,:
fe4-2tawly] . 1) 3! }ticket street
01y#.7 LEM St C
BROI 30. S ,
HAR - R - ISBURG.
; 4); . ; ; -
tn r, -s, .
,-OFFICE T=HIRD ST., BELOW PINE. .
HXxlussUxa, re I
LL maimer.cit./Lilite i ty.• Claims k promptly:
„a., attended to,and,elakmacolieetedagtpat the General
or'State'dOVerhmetWelther Id Courses, 'the court of
Ctaians at Wilshington at,:Harriatiurg,ltvitheirt
**Mary play, and oe moderate terms. ap22-depo
PURlli y 'olo RATED
- paizit.§Ows bbieitlo sena to MOW
fried& Ili army; Will thidthia an elegant aticAe;
,one. box making . forty! cape . coffee; .eqund Wanly Java .
coffee, and with llttlahker. , Yr ; ate.ttt Tß i,
:::no: rfOpie,J Si.
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PUITIAPEX-111 1 / 4 k(OOLLEratera mism
_24: • „TLUE ECM, YOUNG LADIES, No. 1530 Arch
at Bei% CHARLES A. SMITH, D. b„ E. CLARENCE
SMITH; - & - ILTPrlgreliiiiter 4 P --- '-
Ninth Year. Threerdemettsa thimary, Academic,
and Colleglia. , TFO.Recolleaßomb Choodcs, Mathe
matics, higher English and Natural Science for those
who graduate. Modern-Languages, Music,. raintingianit
,Elocutionpg the hest pieaters. i . For onrcniantagordy - eit
'thethilititute'oeatidreeißOX 2611 P. A terrhilidelphis
Pa ;PI 4' .:;.tt P. 4tv sp2o-611*,;
AP SAGO, English Dairy, Pine Apple, Nut.
ji ° ,st ItaMi t rrivlst , "
mys sprawl' to W. Dock, Jr:, &
WALN ORSAMNIITS, FILBERTS:
For sale wholesale at
Cl *A S I ; 10 1C . 8 0 444/ 4 W feCO;
PPLES. -. • ' : .
c --rr f, A I '4. 7 f f i r !: ..
' il 4 ithshr l e(ll6tn;cilivid ai line4elealaki of tiAl. 141, in
prime order. For us,lehy,• the banul, bushel or sinkll
quantity at ,9 tir . 1 It d smsLER &FRAZER,
febB (successors to Wm. Dock, Jr., & (u.)
MIIRMABLEVIEJSILILAWII.,. 16t.ele firth Wile
..e" Mire( wtiateitdeiaitt
retail, by - - SHLSLER & /MAZE;
.17 5 , , „14
lay usts"no nap At' WE
A-1 MOVARriloilaiiiiii os
ssIsLER & F,
mys UIXEMEIOII3 1,0 W. book, R
Jr. AZEE Co &
n DOZEN 2 1. RENGiaSICP CFPq II I,
comprising - Ticalilly, Chow Chow, Cauliflower;
/ 14 1faifiae. 1 4, ',ll44 ll PlW.9ldz> ol ,4 0 1 1 8— For tele,
iihommue iindletin by — mujuLElr& Iritiagß z i; :t
rg • IRLINIMINPOOI..W.Mock, Jr., &
15,090 HAma — R 4 een th @ u r ,
sale at, - SELMER & FRAZFR;
OItANG.F.,B4,QBANWN3I 1-20 boxes , in
prime oder. Just received wholesale arid retail •
MlLEiLlift & FRAZEE.'
;14 . I44WORITA te.lllrts. jr., &
'TAITRHAM. IMUSTARA: the, best.iiitOorted,
L" , just.repeiyed sod for sale by ,
' S :ffiSpER
felg (stux*Wicto.WP/1 D°e 3 / 4 z , & )
THE CELE.I3RAtEi) ArtaGliTlA. .O.IL :OF
haXoo4:lluy.k liatulatt. Mackin, just ft-
Cei via . and I:9T, moleamii
by, SEM= FAA.ZER;
• onikoni Win. W44' jr_ ACGD.
• .81n0 1 44 8 & ERAZI,6
. sePt 24 ( 10 x1 889 0 1
,IAIMPN ' „ firY°)
FINE , BLOH - Bintßit,and , IiaIIiERBERRY WJNE
war.nukted.puro: •,,For ale at • • -
7GIOR SA I 4 - 7 , 4NtV, Two. horse
'PEDI.EVW,AGON- 7 cheap for calk Dirot letter to
BOX' gp; Pa..- • `nyarn-tf
111L - MIM 11 AXS!!—Mich0 1 ?q • B.,r tiOelsi,
eir*L7Roeiii4 lar i t al de at • '
foar2Be ;'(ElneatiecontiviVf. 3J0a14.71r.
ai . 4 ,
liff7ag I n theiZ Maga, ave e tity
varieciutvl „te. Carl as it: , :
.I\TEW MA.OKEBEL, KERBING AND
11924 of tairij HOMIER NOISPZR.
, T- .. • . pr y . •
NmmwAititiliEw Jlataur,, Kara; 1864-.
EDITOR 'Thmwile-tyri:- ;; —The Old School P.res-•
byterian AsSeinbly 'convened in this beautiful
city thi - Thersdayriurining•last. Rev. Dr. W.
L. Breckenridge, of Keriticky,' pipaehed the
ope "rdrig , sermon; and Bev. Dr. Wood;: of In
diana, was chosen M - Oderator: The tOtalntun
b'er 'of ministers and - elders-ID atm:del:led is
about two hundred s end fifty. ''•• There being
but; one -School church. in Nciwaik; the
hospitality of ' its members would have been
severely hilted to entertain so large a bodY,but
through the kindnees bf the New School breth
rim, who have ,a number of churches here,' and
also' of ; some Of the Methodist brethren, whose
houses were thrown open,. all'have been pro
vided for. Courtesy like this beautifully il
lustrates the,runty of spirit' and kindness of
feeling whic prevails' among the' various
branches of the church of Christ, notwith
;standing the diversity of-outward organiza=
tion. There is much business of an importL
ant character before the Asseinbly,inidits time,
is fully occupied.
On Saturday afternoon aboutlialf• of the
members•visited old Princeton, to witness the
ceremonies - incident to the laying of the dor
ner-stene Of new hall connected with the
Seminary. ' The .excursion was Er delightful
One, arid :the party returned , to Newark at an
early hour in the, evening. .
A. letter was yesterday read to the As
sembly, from a prominent gentleman in New
York,inviting theinci - Visit that city on Thurs
day afternoon • next: Thi • has;provided con
veyances which ; will receive the members at
the, ferry, from *eh they will be driven to
Central - Park,' end other placesa interest,
returning in time'for thwevening train. As
sembly voted to accept the invitation.
.Wednesday afternoon next has been set
apart for special praise _and prayq4. on, behalf
of the country. The New School:Assembly,
, in session at Dayton, Ohio,' was' notified by
telegraph, and, this morning a dispatch was
received, stating that they had unammonsly
resolved to unite in the services.
A highly important paper.uporithe Slavery
question. was reported this morning from a
committee, and has been made, the,spetial or
der for Wednesday evening, It, willno dotibt
elitit animated discussiori: 'There are
other important questions yet to be tonsid-.
ered by the Assembly, which willrequire them
to work with a great deal of industry, to as
to adjourn at the tatted time. They are now
holding three sessions a ,day, thou& herSto-,
fore the evenings have heen devoted to preach
ing. It is probable that the -fond adjourn
ment will take place. about Tuesday of next
week. c", 'G.
ON TO' RICHMOND
The Retreat of Gen. Lee
M. Davis Cabinet Gone tropflichigond
Arrival of Conti abands
Affairs at Fred e ricksburg
• yoni4dioN,lriq , 25.
The _Rein:Wean extraont which con
It gives ns fileantire to ' ablePl3:eu. city
that t 'tt announce
that intelligene'l has reachd
General 'Lea', 'after falling bablelrerii; the
N or th A t o m , (as mentioned .. b y , Gei tha i t e,: h t e an .hati t,)
commenced haahastyTet'rg s ou t t i A nna flier,' .
pramed with great vigor by the corps ender
, Thelatter isin the : saddle ail the:time, day
'and night,, directing the 'general Movements
• rent is 'evidently embarrassing tee. the
latter Oinks ; the :tbnner ttinnilitary -in his
tactics inM i ndt stopping his pursuit
-* Unless'peet'Stops to tight tolday, we shall
next hear of the - grind: conflict for the city of
Richmond, before or in the Works of ' that
The idViced`say - that Jeff Davis ' and his
cabinet left Richmond some days - kis; fearing •
that in the
. 4)pr:inching' anaconda - embrace
of Grant they might begobb,led'UN
There is little doubt that Itichnkeind by
this'time is pretty well cleared onto r its in
hebitants. •It l iitla:stliing lead than tt . ' fortress.
me of the trophies . of. Grant's . ad
Onilichmorid have arrived here. _
The Steamer NVnioakiik'*hich arrived here
last night, breeight np l about 100 contrabands
congisting o men, women and- Children,—
Weise contrabands are fithii.'the ''vicinity
Bowling Green and' Guiney'S Statfon, and
brought ' with them a large ;;quantity of bed
clOthing and. Other housekeeping articles.
There are still a ntunber of sick and wOnnd 7
eft at Fredericksburg, and as soon ; $s they are
'removed that place willalso lode ite'import:
awe, qiiit,43. as soddenly as Bells Plaire.has. '•,
'Skirmishing with , guerrillasocetira daily,but
it always results in 'ourfavOr.'
jr 41, do.f
Fro,m,Havana-Arrival of Mini.
4441 -1. 1:•'
. • REw Yost, May 25.
The steamier Eagle, from Havana on!the
21st, has arrived. • , , „ • '
,I,Who Hon. Thomas Corwin, Miniater
to,Meico, is.a passenger.
i it:// :IngtifYoax,'ll4.2s.
The Government of the Danish West" India
possessions has issued a proclamation that
until forthei ncitiati,Einefehata, vessels sailing
wider colors, hitherto,: aehrkelgte4ad u ty'; the
Danish Government—even thoseistat at!war
with Denmark—map enter and -depart I .llroni
the Danbh West India Ishuids unxii6l6lstell-'
V e t erau s_ 43 . l oPg.VPwairliai
'Kw, YORIC, May 20.
The.atb.Proarracont: regiment has embarked
fariNew.OrkeUed on the traimportriM'Olellan,
its forlough having expired. fir , stevnei
Albany ! from New Orleans on the sth inst.,
PRICE .TWO CENTS.
The tolloWing are the rates for advertising in the Tm.,.
antra. Those having advertising to do will find it mr.
venien tfor reference.
OCT Four lines or less constitute one-half square. Etgh•
lines ormore than four constitute a square.
FOR A HALF &WARR. FOR OFR BQUARR.
One day Mk One W., .4 CO
Two days 50" lin daYo —. .. ICO
- 75 Three days .. 1 25
Oneeek... - 1 25, ,
One - m
nth . 8
00 -Oitirmeintik " CO
Two months 4 60, Two m0nth5...:....9 0 0
Three months 5 50 Thte to.onlies. . 11 CO
menthe 800 -six .kaa.LILIIbeS 0
One year 16 00 One - -2.5 tO
Maritime Notices ' " "75
ier4tiiliess notichi ' if neit
-"before Marriages and Deaths,
From Port Royal. •
Capture of Blockade Runners
Delegges Appointed:4o Baltimore Convention.
Mk ON FORTO'RUMTER AND MOULTRIE
- Niw YORX, May ‘ . 25.
The Steamer- Arago,' from Hilton -Head on
the 22df inst., has aitived.
The,evpdition.irtm Jacksonville, Florida,
had 'explored the ole country. on the east
side of the SE John's river for 150 nines:
'Two (blockade - miners were-captured at
4mynuvwith 200 bales of cotton , ork - board.—
Some four or five thousand cattle." also
captured. A great many loyal 'l 4 lpridi pus
were enabled to escape from the swampt'-
The Convention at Beaufort had "ehosenilel
°gates to„iha Baltimore Convention, haa t tled
by Gen. Saxton.
• The monitor Montauk, one of the vessels
which recently attacked FotEumter, had ar
rived.at Port Royal, for .repairs. _The action
lasted through thirteenth. and fourteenth
- - -
TWo casenates . b! Sumter were opened and
alafge -portion of the new pirapet tumbled
into the water:- The, south portfon of.t.he
face:of Fort.Moultrie was also latockd down.
Our batteries on Morris Island were Some
.what injured by the rebel fire.- ' -
The .• attack was atill goiii'g on atthe latest
dates, and it was expected:the effectiveness of
Sumter would be entirely destroyed.
An expedition sent to ,Taines Island had
'Captured several rebel`pickets:
HOUSE OF itEE'RESENTAIIVES
The House rejected the report by a vote of
25 yeas to 121 nays,. and ask 'another commit
tee of conference. .
The Speaker laid before the house the reply
of the President to the resolution adopted
yesterday, enclosing , correspondence between
Secretary Seward and Air. Dayton, relative to
the House resgigjpol.n against the French in
vasion of Me
Secretiuy 'Seward says it is praticaily en
executive question, and not belonging toiCoti
gross to take action in the premises, and that
while the President receives the unanimous
declaration of the House with the profound
respect to which it is entitled, he direct::
Mr. Dayton to. inform the French Government
that he does not intend h to depart from our
heretofore eynunciated, policy concerning the
French occupation of 'Mexico.
Itappears that the French Government was
much exercised by the resolution, but Mr.
Daytonit.• explanations quieted the excite
- - motion .
On of Mr. Davis, (Md.,) the corms
"pondeiidene'e loss referred to the Committee
on - Foreign Affairs'and ordered 'to be pinted.
The Gold Marlgef.
NEW Yoilr t ., i llax 25.
Gold elOsedlt 1841.
NEW t AND SECOND-HAND
BRAMINSB, BURT WI" AND GUNNY
ir-PQIIE MUM EtiES, Alof, SIZES,
PRINTED 'rO.OII,D.ER, BY
,JOHN T. BAILEY & co.,
No. 113, X<rth. Runt St., Philadel j ihi c.
M'FADDEMS MAILI3LE YARD.
CORNER OF AVaNUT AND "lug STRIETS,
rraßurularsigued hayirigßpened a Mathla
Yard in this city, beg. leave to inform their f r iends
'and thiipulilic iii , general, That they-are • pretiated io far-
MARBLE WORK AVEVERYSESCRIPTiON
• ' _tread - geon'ds;
. • ; -
And lioneeNark in Marble andßtownStnue.
Give us a can andwo Will gnapntree satistnetten.
• ,• • VrADDErekco.
ig..G.—Lenerjeg neatly none in MOO or German.
. . .
11101 - 0 r . putoyq4 his Wass to:WaI
.ALL nut streeti'neit to the i'xis'bix. iiitsineO3 in
trusteitkohlm wa'receivo pronipt - and careful attention.
~IHE valuable PickieiV; ond
inittinWeitects i , bbing-fifty-tweicidighitiffeet 6[l se
(*Ad, and one hinadred and sixtight .feet;oß Fice street,
'running be& two hundred and 'ten feet to Barbara' alley,
there. being awe for four .full blinding lets, iiielooiost de,
straw° site.for.a Governor's Mansion or public buildings
partionlais enquire of MURRAY, cerner. tif Se.
coed and Pine - reefs. . . ,'.11240/41'
A, LARGE IN - VOICE OF NEW -
CIIRRANTS fri .
• nms -
- SALS/44*-M145 - 134 , 5,
:4Sueceisqrs to Wm. Dock, 4 r .,
.o i. Cu-)
Id;SH .1)..4111X and
, NEW YORK KrATE, CHEESE.
- • ' • - WIL; booK; & co.
__ _ _
LARGE`indo ibeof fresh tem, nelv =Bins,
joi_- :prunes and do at- - ... ,:tBOYiERAzieOkIWER.
FOR-WY:4 - 4, FiNg-.XOII34IIQ.Wion,STEAM
ENGINE and i .B, in good order.. nicy to
rebuff, • ..,,.. 2 7iFninatiltivt., kodos.Sixib.
HA 3lB lM%—Afresh sarivlrof-Phlich
esers's...sf,slsiti,r, Mims end Dried Jseer at ..
Jan 29 ' • • BOYER Ir
T,EA..& PERIM'S WORQE;STER PAX.FPES.
JLI the meti... Peirelei and punxit ever offered to the
pabiiq jestlec` eived and foe pale by
SHISLER F4AZltit .
(sucee4lors to Wei: Doeh. f _jr.,k
JAV , Ajacoltica an LogtH simacatt yr - efeo, Frui t ,li t z t
(successors w ; I:04., jr_;,*, Ca)
VO4 II -4. 1 ° UT:r 1 44) 0 .4-I
ouit : CONATMMONi.SOVIT AND MELON.
"Oar Government' an expeatton , of the Cnnattnnton,
be.,:fotpoilutitiante. l °lty:MAPlngani tittlilltE F ar
df Sweet Cider, jest received at
mar2ll gammon to W. Dock,F=.)
in MO' Mari Cdowtor., or
EMIR Okelle fr.r
WAS ii May 2.5
avdEr. • AS
A. C. SMITIt
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