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OFFICE THIRD ST., NEAR WALNUT.
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OR, ESSENCE OF LIFE.
Prepared from Pure Vegetable Extracts, containing noth
ing Injurious to the most Delicate.
,The Rejuvenating Elixir is the resalt of modern
discoveries in the vegetable kingdom; being an entirely
new and abstract method of cure, Irrespective of all the
old and worn-out system&
tiff• This medicine has been tested by the most eminent
medical men of the day, and by them pronounced to be
one of the greatest medical discoverietbof the age
sir One bottle will cure (loners] Debility.
AiarA few doses cures Hysterics in females.
Ma - One bottle cures Palpitation of the Heart.
gra-A few doses restores the organsof generution.
,From one to three bottles restores ilia manliness
and full vigor of youth.
ItGrA few doses restores the appetite.
Jar Thre e bottles cures the worst case of Impotency.
x;rA few doses cures tee low spirited.
,8i -One bottle resters mental power.
ZgrA few doses bring the rose to the check.
This medicine restores to manly vigor and robot
health the poor, debilitated, worn-down and despairing
devotee of sensual pleasure.
44-The listlew, enervated youth, the over-tasked man
business, the victim of a nervous depression, the in
dividual suffering from general debility, or front weaineas
of a single organ, will all find Immediate and permanent
relief by the use of this Elixir or Essence of Life.
—Price, $2 per bottle, or three bottles for $5, and
forwarded by express, on receipt of money, to any ad
air Sold by all druggists. everywhere.
DR. W. R. MERWIN & CO.,
marll-ecxily No. 159 Liberty street, New York.
OERTAIN AND SAPJ.
xi?io• the Removal of Obstructiolis and the Insurance
of Regularity in the Recurrence of the •
cure or obviate those numerous dbleasee that
spring from IrregularitT, by removing the kw:thrill
,—They cure Suppressed, Excessive and PAWN' Mel
q®-They cure Green Sickness (GLlorosie.)
,They cure Nervous and Spinal Affections, pains! in
the back and lower parts of the body, Heaviness, Fa tigue
on slight exertion, Palpitation of the How; Low MAN of
Spirits, Hysteria, Sick Headache, Giddiness, kc., ir.C. In
a word, by removing the Irregularity, they roman thfi
cause, and with it au the effects that spring from it
se-Composed of simple vegetable extracts, they con«
ain nothing deleterious to any constitution, however
elicate, their function being to substitute strength for
weakness, which, wken properly used, they never OM to
,They may be safely used at any age, and at'any
lusrloe, EMU:PT DORM THE VIRUS =UM . MONTER, during
which the unfailing nature of their action would infallibly
JitrAll letters seeking information or advice will be
promptly, freely and discreetly answered.
,t Full directions accompany each box.
lea-Price, $1 per box, or six boxes for $5.
,—Sent by mail, free of postage, on receipt of price.
wi-Sold by all respectable druggists. -
DR. W. IC MERVIN & CO., Sole Proprietors.
marll-eodly No. 59 Liberty street, New. York.
For sale in Harrisburg by S. A. KIINXEL & BRO 116
FI N E
Shissler 1 Fraze-',r,
(Summon to W m. Dock, Jg, & Co t t
DEALERS IN FINE FAMILY GI ,OCE
RIES opposite the Court House, have I be adatlas
of different vintages.
17NR AND COMMON WINES,
FINE' RZSII : Am i Areo2 . :Cl:ll4
Whtekys. The best ever brought to thl , A nud ist . -
FA/11 16V IZECTA S.
Aka the celebra• bq
GatZTEUT GROVE ' effor t
SCOTCH AND 1 - Araf ALES. CLARNI.
LONDON T ADA% uzoiar.
PLANT iTi oN
WIG', /AU TONIC BITTEPA.
With a complete stoc', of
ENGLISH ?.ND AMER' CAN PICKLES
And Condimenta.W every deacript lon now I n the market,
THE LOW .RATEE
PreprimlNo LINEN" ,tom pArCENTING MOTH
THIS POWDER --a comp, ou x id of valuable
articles for the destructiob inaects--distributed
among or dusted over Furs, lirek j ieb a, Carpets, ciethOdri
&a, packed away for mummy v ia meatowlY Pre'rePe
Being also a delightful, w
losable pm fume it ',AU itn!
Pregea te clothing, dic.. wit , a a lasting tuntpleasant odor,
The finest fabric amulet b e injured by its flee. Prepared and sold at SELLER'S
Drug and Fancy Go Store, No . 91 Matte Area
A. 17 TEUPSE,IR,
TEACF,ER OF M.USIV:
,on AT WARD'S MUSIC STORE,
: Third street, above North.
. TING, WEDDING, ' INVITATION
- in 'AT HONE CARDS 89 a special allenniirliteut
d, . of the beet engravers in the country, dards of
, ascription will be executed in the Wilma style of
informable with the latest fashion, and Supplied
sn .aptly, at lower prises than are charged by the station
ln New York or Philadelphia . For sam ples az x :Ares
.ill at - -BERGNBIR'S BOOS
MESS BEEF and MESS Poßs.:.-ji. thoin
.131., articled Mesa Beef and Pork at " - - 1
OMAR. & ii4i,c,
ap9. (euccestporg to Wm Dooli,Tgok
LOTS for sale on the corner of Third and
Broad otroota . Enquire of WM. C. IIoPABDIN.
FLUID, EXTRACT BUCKU,
BLADDER, KIDNEYS. GB AVEL
Mbletlieheelacreases the power of Di
o% and miles the ABRI3RBENTS into healthy
action, by which the WATERY of • CALCEROUS depod
hoe^ and all UNNATURAL ENLARGEMENTS sre re
duced, es,welles pails and itifishu wales, and te good for .
YEN, WOMEN or &RUMEN.
HELMBOLD'S ET/TRACT BUCHtf,
Arialn from Ezereses ,disc Hatits of Dissipation, Early In
retion or Abase, •
•TENDED WITS TUN FOLLOWING kriiinoroma:
Indlipmdtion to :Exertlen, -Dryness of the aide;
Lose of Memory, -.Lose of }twat.,
Weak Nerves, Difficulty of Breathing,
Borne of Disease, Trembling,
Dimness of Viske, ' leakefulneux ,
Universal Lassitude of Moreau in the
Muscular Syntem, Blushing of " tindody,
Ea Rands. . - Eruptions on the Face,
a Zir vi i=o=lf ellowodLo u to w on, this.reedi-
Enuring CY, FiTtrgrY, EPILEPTIC Flll3,
lil one of oltie patient nay Who Cot sayauteyzeyoiowij:
Way are aware of the °ado of their satterlowt, but
)10110 will meow The records of the Mamie whim and
the taelaimhgly timid by Corosaaptioa. 'bear ample Wa
ned te , the truth — of the asaertion, - • . •
TUBE aarstirrrunow, ONCRE AFFECTED
rAnnires Ilse aid of medicine to Are ngthen and invigorate
the amens, which Belmbold's Eayract Buehu invariably
dent A trial will convince the Wort skeptical.
OL ON YOUNG, KNOLN, MARRIED, OR COWRY-
hi meow affections peculiar to females the Extract flu
chu is unequalled by- thy other remedy, as in Chlorosirt or
Retention, Irregularity, Painfulness, or suppression of the
customary Evaccationoerated or Rath-roue state of the
Uterus, Isucorrhea or Whites, Sterility, and for all com
plaints incident to the sex, whether arising *MA Indio:No
tion, Whits of Discipation or'n the
NO FAMILY SHOULD BE WITHOUT
Take so Balsam, Mercury, or Unpleasant. Medicine
Unpleasant and Dangerous Diseases.
Of Every , .;rie script:lgs.
Chres Secret Diseases 1001 l their stages; it little expena
little or no change in diet; no inconven i ence and no alp°,
sure. It Causes frequent - desire, and , gives strength , to
Urinate, thereby removing obetructietw, preventing and
awing Strictures if the Cretans', allaying pain and Math.
elation, so frequent in this claws of diseases, and expelling
Poisonous, .Disessed, and Wornout Matter. , Thousands
upon thousands who have been the victims of quac, and
who have paid I:mantels to be cured in a short Dm* have
grand they were deckdril, add that the "Poison , ' hie by
Ohio WO of epowerflil .Ashingents," been, dried up' in the
s ows, to break out in an aggravated term; . #l4 primps
site. Ir a & -
Use LD'S EXTRACT BUCIII7 for all Affections
and Disl/4‘flefief the Urinary Organs, whether existing in
_state or ir t %ode, fromWhateler cruise originating, and no
matter of i t :wr long standing. , Diseases of these Otgam
uirei2d of a Diuretic. HICLMBOLD'S EXTRACT the Wrest Diuretic, and It is certain to have the
desired ewes ht all Diseases for which It' Hs recom
Bl o ed_agoog_B o Heimbold's Highly Concentra.
led Cl i ssund FLUID V.XTRIGT 11- 11 -1 U 63 / 11 4 1-
us. to au a joca u" of the B 1 ; and 'attacks the
Seine/ Organs, Linings o the ?leePt 'Pre' Throat, Wind
pipe and other Mucus s ur .litoes,Maiong.its appearance in
the form of_Ulcers. VoleP4reet_, _Dera•Parilla Pa
rities the Blued, and,, r01111:11rl 11 A U .7 -- JonritPtionii of the
Skin, giving to the Oomidexie. as Clear and Healthy Color.
It being prepared expressly fo r this classo f eemPialids,
its Blood.Pfirifying Properties as 11 pres erved to • greeter
extent than any Otter _ . er preparatith BereePette , -
ranatnedAYS BOSL W ASH.
An excellent Lotion for diseases of a &Math) Nature,
and es an Injection in diseases of the Mnary Organs,
arising. from-habitat& dissipation, used he Mismeetion with
the Idtmetalliteluttook,liarreiparin‘lik mathinset*
Lzoolsolitentlok Eiddeitoo Of the most re.wernsible and rE.
"We cliaracter:72llMostP•43, the metlialwilt
CATES OF ODUSIIkom eight to Weedy tOyirs .otanding,
with painee, known ,to noteihih pad Yams. For lledlW
Properties of nacho,
_see Dispensary of the ilkited Stated
See Professor rmwEws valuable works on the Practice of
Physic. See remarks made by the late celebrated Dr.
VEPTESICK, Philadelphia. See remote main by Dr.
RoDOWELL, a-celebrated Physician and mem
ber of the Royal Coni Surgeons, and published In the
•Tmalactions of the King's and games Jour*ll. Else
.•Ilielkionibrurgteallievetem,gmbllabsdley DOM- TRAo
of the Royal Chinese' of Surgeons.. Tbili most or
:the late *induct works on Medicine. Extract of, Botha,
$1:00 •.bottlei. or sty betides for $6 00. Extract, of
, r '$T - 00 per - batik - Tor six for -- $5 00. Int
' proved Rose Waah,-50 . tents per bottle, or six for $2 60,
,or half a dinifetletok.for. $ll 00, wit* will be sufficient
to sum the most idAmta tasetk If dire:none are adhered
si leltpi lir ki:d wgram, imairels picked - troln eb•
semen* • Iroillioles ilt in oanuntrikatiou.
Cares 1 *POs full% •
Personally appeszeittlfete . Meek MAinteenot the city
of Philadelphia, H. T. Ilehtibtild,• who, helm' dialy atom,
ikith sit his pritperations containnarcotic, no mar
of MPITIous drum, mit are rel a mtable.
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Ad Tina leUse for infennation In confidence. - I
H. T. BKIJOIOLD, Chemist
Pepot let Walk left Wad, WET_ Clbsiass,
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BY GEORGE BERGNER.
GENUINE. PREPARATIONS.. VIZ
HELMBOLD EXTRACT "BUCHU,"
HaLMBOLD ZYTRACr HARSAP.ARILLA,
HELMBOLD IMPROVED ROSE WASH.
-A IV3MVII AND SPECIFIC REMEDY
1011 . nw SHE
AND DRGPSICA L SWELLINGS
INSANITY AND CONSUMPTION.
WITH ORGANIC WRALIMESS,
DECLINE OR WANGS OF LIFE.
HELXBOLVE EXTRACT BUCHII,
"THE UNION—NOW AND .FOREVER." --Webster.
HARRISBURG, PA, SATIJRDAY EVENING, JULY 1864.
DR. WISHART'i •
IS THE VITAL PRINCIPLE OF THE PINE TREF,
Obtained by a peculiar process in the dis
tillation of the tar, 'by whioh its highest ued
ical properties are,retained.
nave you a Gough ? — Hate you Sore out
Have you may of the premonitory turn ma
of that most fatal disease, Consumption?
Those who should be warned ,by t .hese
symptoms generally think lightly of -hem
until it is 100 late, From this fact, perhaps
more than any other arises the sad' preva
lence and fatality of disease which sweeps to
the grave at least "one-sixth" of death's
Consumption has destroyed more of, the
human Wilily than any other disease, and the
best physicians for many years have despiiired
of a cure, or a remedy that would heal the
lungs, but for DlOll3 than' two hundred yeara
the whole medical world has been impressed
that there was a mysterious power And I effi
ciency in the Pine Tree Tar to heal the hli.igs;
thitrefore they have recommended the use at
Tar Water which in many cases had good
elect; but how to combine the medical pro
pe;tieii so:as to heal the lungs, has ever heen
a mystery until it was discovered by Dr. L.
Q. c. WISHA_RT,of Philadelphia, Pa.,i the
ap • rietev of• "Wishart s Pine Tree Tat
Many, not only of the people, but physi
cians of every sc hool and practice, are daily
asking me, “What is the principle or cause of
'your success•in the treatment of Pulmonary
Consumption ?" My answer is this:
The invigoration of
• tits . digestive organs-
tlul strengthening of the debilitated system—
the purification and enrichment of the 'blood,
must erpelfrom,thesmsterir. the corruption
Which, serofula breeds. While this is erected
by the powerful alterative (changing, from
disease to health) properties of the Teror-,
dial, its healing and renovating principle is
el.OO aering upon the irritated srehices ot ',the
lungs and throat, penetrating to each !ilia
eased part, relieringpain, subduing inliamhza
don, and restoring a healthful tendency. Let
this, two4old power, . the healing arid the'
strengthening, continue to act in conjpriction
with Nature's constant recuperative tendedcy,
and the patient. saved, it he has not to
limg 'delayed a resort to the maim of o
X A ur
as 4 lto read tlie'following certidica
They are front ~ m en.and . women of unipies
tionable worth and. z:eputation:
Dn. WThlisint":- . Dear Sill-LI had . very
dreadful cough and sore - throat for one • year,
find my whole system was fast giving way, end
I was prostrated on my bed with but little
hope of recovering. My disease baffled the
pow. of all medicine; and in a short time 1
must:nave gone to my grave, but thank God,
my daughter-in-law would not rest until she
went to your store, •No. 10 N. Second street;
and related my case to you, purchased one
bottle of your Pine Tree. Tar Cordial and
commenced to use it, and in one week I was
much better, and after using three bOttleri
am perfectly well, and a wonder to all nay
Mends, for they all pronounced , me past onto
Publish my case it you think proper.
• No. 1321 Wylie street, Philadelphia.
Dr. Wishares Pine Tree Tar Cordial-is an
infilniable cure foe Bronchitis, Bleeding oi
the Lungs, SOte Throat . and Breast, Whim=
idea of the Lungs: •
Mr. WARD says:
Dn. Wriattirr—Sir:—l had Bronchitis, lii
Aanunation of the Lungs, Shortness of Breath,
nd Palpitatir - of the
or at my office oflteceiver of Taxes, from • 9
A. at: to 2 P. M., corner of Chestnut and Sixth
streets. //DIM WARD.
Read the following from Utica:
Wzawszr—Dear Sir:—l take pleasure
in info • you through this source that
your Pine 2 Tar. Cordial, which was recom
mended for my daughter by Dr. J. A. Hall, of
this city, has cured her of a cough of more
than five months' standing. I - had thought
her beyond cure, and had employed the best
of medical aid without any benefit. 1 can
cheerfully recommend it tothepublidss a safe
and sure remedy for thode similarly afflicted,
as I know of many other cases besides that of
daughter that it .has entirely cured of long
standing douglia. 'Yours respectfully,
JOHN V. PARKRIt. Daguerrean Artist.
126 GeneisSe street, lltica,•N. Y.
:—I have used Dr. Wiskiart's
Pine Tree Tar Cordiil in .may fisnily, and can
eorlialy recommend it as a valuable and safe
medicine for colds,. &sighs and to those pre
disposed to 'consumption.
Dr. (1. A. FOSTER,. 160 Genessee street,
The•above are a few . among the thousands
which this gre at remedy has saved from ati
, . •
We have thouiands of letteie fib m physi
cians arid druggitstii who have prescribed and
sold the Tar Cordial, saying that they 'have
,never used or sold a medicine which gave
such universal satisfaction.
The Tax Cordial, .when taken in connection
with'Dr. Wishait's Dyspepsia Pills, is an in
fallible cure for Dyipepsia. _
PugsTnitai Tin Gowns :,, wit elite
Couglui, Sore Throat and Breast, Bronchitis,
Afithuut,__Whimping Cough, Diptherift, and is
also-an excellent remedy for diseases of :;.the
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS
The tesubie bathe muse of the ;milder and A 4Otte
kris blown In the Nettie. All ethers are verbal' keit&
Patois Firrr Oirrkcamt9rm,pcgAakper Borns Pr
spired only by Propriermr •
~'~«: ~, ~ :C~ 'ishar~, ~ i
No. 10 North SecondiltreA_ Philadelphia, Pa.
add by Druggbita averhowa. at Wholesale by all Phila.
dvphi~ind New Yoe Dmigginta asarlo47
PEEPHEWS DAILYA LINE
Leek Haven,. Jersey Shore, Williamsport, Me
er,' - Uniontown Watsontown, Milton,
Lewisburg, Northumberland, Sun
bury, 'Fronde, Georgetown,
iykenstown - Millersburg
-• ' Halifax Dauphin
AND. , HARRISBU RG. •
its" Philadelphia Depat,- -, .being ' centrally _loaded, the
drayage will be at , the lowest niatea The Conductor goes_
through whit each train to attend to tfao .safe delivery of
all goods intruded to the Ilan 'Goode delivend at the de
pot of FREED, WARD & FREED; 811 Mar k 4 'Streit
Philadelphia, by 6 o'clock. be deliVored in - Hat
risburg Mae next morning. . •
Preight..Always as Low as by Amy Other
Jos. MONTGOMERY & CO.,
Philadelphia and Reading Depot,
oct2l4f Foot of Market street, Harrisburg.
Utica, New York.
VALUABLE. PROPERTY FOR SALE.
rimE subscriber offers for sale staluable
Tavern Stand, athlete on the Lancaster turnpike; in
the borough of Middletown, consisting of a large two-story
Brick Hotel, extensive Stabling and all other necessary
Also two adjoining lots, Having erected on each 'a two
story frame dwelling.
For further partioulacs apply to the undersigMed, on the
the premises. SAMUEL DErWhILER.
LETTERS testamentary on the estate of
Hannah•F.orney,•late of Halifax township, Dauphin
windy, having been granted to the undersigned, residing
in said' township, all persons indebte4 to salt estate are
requested to makelmmediate payment, and thre having
claims against the same will present them for settlement.
jell etlad* SAMUEL LANDIS, Executor.
SOLE AGENCY FOR THIS CITY
I"Am happy to offer to the public a large
and kplendid assortment of _
SUPERIOR, GOLD PENS,
manufactured by: -
LEROY W, FAIRCHILD.
These Pens are weltilrdshed ; elastic, and will give en
PLEASE TRY THEM.
• SCHEFFER'S ROOK STORE,
Second street, opposite Presbyterian launch, Harrisburg
Pa. ' ap23
T HE proprietor of this cool and delightful
Summer Resort would most respectfully antiounce
to the citizens of Harrisburg that the bland is now open
for visitors. Accommodations will be furnished to parties
and pia -nits on reasonable terms, a dancing platform
having b , en erected for their special use. Season tickets
for families, good for one year, Et 60.
No improper characters. admitted, and no intoxicated
persons will be permitted to visit. the Leland.
sar No intoxicating liquors Bold on Sunday.
A Wire Ferry, with a good boat plying constantly be
tween the Island and foot of Broad street s West Harris
burg.. HENRY BECKER.
Jel4-dlm Sole Proprietor.
A FRESH INVOICE OF
MIORENER & CO.'S CELEBRATED
MAtIM4 AND BEEF,
SHISLER & FRAZBE'S.
• PRIVATE' SALE.
ONE of the best locations for- IRON
WORKS in the State for sale, at a very reasonable
prto, to way pUrolastaer wtuy .rill imp.... it s situated with
in a short distance of the city of Harrisburg, oetwe.ok the
Pennsylvania raltrtiad and canal, about five hundred ;feet
wide, and alongside- of the beat limestone euairies In the
State and close to a good turnpike road• room ! for
waste cinders for fifty years, without pai r ing for the land
Apply to DAVID 11144, Jr.,
Attorney-at-Law, No. 24 North Second street, .
marl6-dtl Harrisburg, Pa,
[Philadelphia Press Insert three times and send bill to
NEW LIQUOR STORE.
IMPORTANT TO LANDLORDS AND
OTHERS —The undersigned offers at whotesale, to
the trade, a choice lot of the best liquors ever brought to
Harrisburg,, viz: French Brandies, Holland Gins, Scotch,
friskl3ourboyi, Wheat duct Old Rye Whisky; /brie gn
and Domestic Wines, such as Champagne, Claret, Cataw
All liquors warranted, as represented. Landlord
and others will Clad It to their advantage to call and ex
amine the assortment at the store, on South Second
street., two doors below Chestnut.
my27-46m GEORGE WINTERS.
STATE CAPITAL HOTEL,
CORNER OF THIRD AND WALNUT STREETS,
Teundersigned having purchased this well
wn house hat; enlarged and thoroughlyrmovated
It The 'rooms have been re-palnted and papered end the
entire estalishment elegantly refurnished . Be (og plea
santly and eligibly located, and Provided with every con
venience, icofihrs to the Public all the comforts and luxu
ries of a first class hotel. Trusty and :obliging servants
always in attendance. A bar well stocked with choice
liquors is attached to the establishment.
de2B-dlLy W. G. THOMPSON, Prciprietor.
PHILADELPHIA COLLEGIATE INSTI
TUTE FOR YOUNG LADIES, No. 1530 Arch
street, Rev.OHARLES A. SMITH, D. D., E. CLARENCE
SMITH, A. IL, Principals.
Ninth Year. Three departments: Primary, Academic,
and Collegiate. Full college course in Classics; Nacho
matles, higher English and Natural Science for those
who graduate.. Modern Languages, Music, Painting and
Elocution by the best inastera For ciirculars apply 'at
the institute, or address BOX 2011 P. 0., Philadelphia
Pa. • apMenros
T. F. WATSON,
.111.4N771 0 ACTV7t1gR,
TB PUPA-RED te ninth& and coat the ex-
Wiwi of Buildings with the MASTIC, CEMENT, on a
new system. This Material is entirely different from a
mher cements used .heretofore, and' is the only reliable,
imperishable coating for outside work. Mixed with pro.
per proportions of pure Linseed Oil it forms a solid, Mira,
hie adhativepess to Brick or Stone Walls, making abeau
tifuli tine-water proof surface and finish equal to Brown
Stone 6r any color decent!.
Among others for whoml have applied the Mastic Co
ntent, I refer to the follbwing gentlemen:
J. Bissell, restdecies Penn street, Pittsburg,
D . ro o m; •16 • 1/ • -
J. H..llimentarger residence, Lawrenceville.
' A. Heiman,
- Juan* Weanaless, • " Allegheny cilY- •
°alibi Adams, Third street; Pittsburg
j a uji wited,. swam St. Charles Hotel, 1,
Ohara House, • is
Bea & Mciant,'architects Dispatch Bull . 4
John B. Cox,-reisidcre, Front street, Fa.
Jost% " "
Pleaei:addreet. T. F. WATSON,
_ • P. O. Box 1,806, Pittsburg, Pa." .
rataisAhn or, Penna. House, Hattishalli. e.
eirkilLftS, CODFISH, of oele.
, 01.1nUr roma St George brand, ilia: reOeilie4
tatoiimide br • SELMER at nAZErc
lebl (successor' to Wm. Dock ,it, k Os)*
- UNGLUE BREAKFAST TEA.--Just
_EA solved, a Ape chat of Bib Breekket Tea at
BR & FRAZlltlit
01 2 0= 1 110 19 Wm. Dock, Jr.)
PRICE !Two _CENTS.
FROM GRANT'S ARMY
GEN. WILSON'S EXPLOITS
TWENTY MILES DF RAILROAD DESTROYED
THE JEZEBELS FOILED
They Attempt to
.Preteet - the Danville Railroad
But do not Succeed,
ITS TRACK TORN UP AND BURNED
Capture .of Locomotive and Train of Cnrs, with
Refugees From Petersburg.
FIGHT BETWEEN WILSON AND THE REBELS
WILSON REINFORCED BY THE:SIXTH CORPS
NEAR PETEREIVIRG, Juno 28, 11 P. X
A. large body of rebel C ava 1r y that moved
around on our left, is now at Ream's Station,
on the Petersburg and Weldon railroad.
Gen. Wilson's id division of cavalry passed
this place a few days ago, en route tor' the
Lionville and Richmond railroad.
They were too, slow,. and Wilson reached
the road destroying, many'nailes of track be
fore he retraced his steps, meeting no oppo,
sition until he neared the point from which
ho started. All the track was composed of
strap iron placed upon wooden supports.—
The one destroyed the other, as the track was
torn up and placed upon the wooden sleepers,
and burned until it was bent and useless. i
A locomotive and train of cars were sur
prised at one station and before the engine
could move off all were in the hands df pur
men. The ears' were crowded with refugees
from Petersburg, all the cars with the locomo
tives were destroyed. Having accomplished
his work in a most successlul manner Gen.
Wilson returned. Over twenty miles of this
valuable road was rendered completely useless
in a less number of hours.
When his advance guard neared lleara's
station, the enemy was discovered in 'tome.
They had been patiently awaiting his return
at this place, and all the cavalry they could
muster was spread out between our gallant
soldiers and their infantry supports. They
fothisught da all night and during the morning of
lintathi could not push through them fOid
consequently found he must fight tilFrein.
An officer Succeeded in reaching Geneial
Meade s headquarters with intelligence of their
awkward position, and the Sixth corps being
on the extreme left, and nearest the scene of
strife, was instantly dispatched there to divert
the enemy's attention.
A division of the 2d corps soon followed,
supported by CoL Collis' provisional brigade.
it was thought that the rebels in our im
mediate front would have opened on us sav
agely, but all were .disappointed—their troops
having been moving all the afternoon in the
direction of our left and rear on Burnside's
The rebels' begin to nse their mortars
nightly / throwing shell with more accuracy
than is then usual habit.
Gens. Grant, Meade and Butler met :at
Gen. Burnside's headquarters to-day. The
meeting was unofficial, being of a purely ac
FROM ADMIRAL PORTER
Rebel Attack Near White River
The lEtebels Repulsed:
No Casualties ou Our Side
Bear Admiral porter has forwarded to the
Navy. Department the following communica
tion from Acting Ensign Booby, commanding
11. S. ship Lexington: •
OFF WHITE BMX, STATION, June 22.
Bat, I have the honor to report that an at
tack was made on this place at 44- o'clock A.
a., by the 10th Mississippi rebel regiment,
under command of CoL Loather.
The garsison had just completed the stock
ade on which they were_engaged when you
left, and in it they fought bravely, though
their pickets had been =prised, and the reb
els were close , upci them before they were
The Lexington had steam'-up and moved
immed ately out into the stream, and opened
on them a rapid fire. the enemy was quickly
repulsed, and retired to the woods.
We have no casualties, and of the garrison
one was killed and four, wounded; one negro
was killed and two families of refugees car
ried off. Two dead and three wounded rebels
fell into our hands, but most of their killed
and wounded were dragged off the field.
The wounded,Federals and rebels are being
cared for in this ship.
Had there been another armed vessel 11, re
I could have cut off their retreat au d captured
the whole command, but
.I. did not deem it
prudent to leave this point with the Lexing
REPEAL OF THE GOLD BILL.
GOLD DOWN To .225.
Puturenakuit, July 1.
The Washington. Gold hill was repealed in
both Houses to-day.
NEW Yoßs, July 1. —Gold closed ,at 225—a
fall of 51 from the highest point it reached
FORT SUITH, 'Ark., june 26.
The gruppl, of commissaries •at this post is
adequate, The troops are in good spirits , and
in.fine condition for either 'offensive or defen
sive movements. . • -
Colonels Sakalokland Fannin and Captain
Wheeler, of General Steelo staff; have re,
turned to Little,Rock. They have thoroughly
inspeetedllUktiooK i Ntorks, hospitals, &c:; in
this District. They return with a report
highly creditable to the management of Gen.
Thayer, and pronounce Fort Smith the best
fortification west ef the Mississippi
Wesancerox, July 1
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QENERAL POBLADO COMING TO THE UNITED
• STATES. . . .
The New Orleans Era contains the follow
ing communication from a correspondent in
Moirrsaar, Rine 8, 1864.
"Some ten days ago Gen. Doblado tried to
make a push against the imperial party at a
town called Matehuala, some eighty leagues
from this place. His force numbered two
thousand five hundred men, with ten pieces
of artillery. He made a good push, but was
unfortunate, losing everything. • Several of
his officers were taken prisoners and shot.
"Among them was an American by the
name of Rodgers. The French, after ill
treating him, shot the poor fellow because he
was an American ! The French commander,
Col. Lamar, said that the Yankees have no
right to meddle in the Mexican question,
therefore I suppose that only the French have
this privi'ege. Poor, brave man, he stood like
a hero and war shot down; several other offi
cers suffered the same bloody penalty. Gen.
Doblado arrived here safe on the 3d, and had
a long private interview with Col. de Bordon,
now Gen. de Bordon.
"The state of the Government is very bad.
General Negrette is the only one who labors
hard to keep things in order; all appears to
be in disorder. General Quesada, who com
mands at Saltilla, shot on the sth two officers,
Colonel Bruno Losano and Major ligartechea.
both accused of mutiny. Every one here
seems very blood-thirsty. I have just under
stood that General Doblado goes to the United
States with General de Borden, and that
great things are expected from both.these gen
tlemen. Juarez and his cabinet appear to be
a dead thing.
Secessionists -are now gaining strength
every clay, although the Juarez Government
does all it can to keep them under. Great
things are expected from the American people
if .Richmond is taken. The Mexican people
pray for the triumph of our Cause, and we
mast help them against their invaders.
"General Gonzalez Ortega will be here in a
few days with some 6,000 men, well armed.
The French have lately made no demonstra
tions against this city, and are not likely to
AN ASSORTMENT OF
OVER 101) .STYIE
POCKET BOOKS, PURSES
- FOR LADIES AND GENTLEIIIIEN
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Drug and Fancy Goods Store, •
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TRAVELING SAT..., -R E L:E i
And a general variety -of - FANCY GOODS, suitable for
Prevents, now on nand at KELLSIPS-DmrStore,
marlo-tf • No. 91 Market greet.
CANDIDATE FOR CONGRESS.
HARRISMIRG, PA,, June 9 1864.
THE undersigned respedtfully offers himself
to the Republicans of the 14th Congressional Dis
trict of Pennsylvania, composed of tue countiesiof
phin, Juniata, Northutilberland, - Union Auld Sn . yd - ei, for
nomination by the several county conventions of the said
District Ele9tdtel JOSIAH ESPY.
rrEE Warehouse and grounds in Canal and
.j. State streets. It is a good stand for a grotory store,
and has a private siding for forwarding purposes. Pos
session given imundiately, Apply to
itßa .C. ANTV,
Front and North streets
T.PTRIVALI M.l) CHAFALER FURNITURE
POLISH does not affect the varnish, but restores
ilbu original lustre; It does not discolor. It will restore,
with very little labor every finished surface. tither metal
or wood. All manufacturers and dealers - in furniture
should use it fur cleaning furniture that has been stand
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will make it bright and fresh. For sale by
K A. KUNKEL & BRO.,
118 Market street, Harrisburg.
MELODEONS AND CABINET ORGANS
TWENTY-SIX FnIST PREMIUMS,
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ONLY GOLD MEDAL (ever won by instrtments. of this
Gass) has been awarded to
MASON & HAMLIN'S INSTRUMENTS.
A full assortment of these Instruments altraya on.hand
W. KNOCHE'S,. Sole Agent,
93 Market street,
A.tt orne y - -a t a w.
OFFICE IN WC= ST., BELOW BIM
ALL marmer-of Military Claims promptly
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or state Governments, either in Congress; the Wirt of
Claims at Washington city, or at Harrisburg, without un
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STRAPS , ,
DAYS OF SHODDY
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MESS SHA.D.—Fine Mess Shad of the sea
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CHEESE—Choice new crop Cheese, just
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jel7 Successors to W. Dock, Jr., & Co.
OF SUPERIOR QUALITY, fOr sale in small
bales at the Keystone Farm, Immediately below
the city. Ueisi . J. KISH.
A. C. SMITH, •
ATTORNEY - AT *LAW,
HAS removed his Office from..Thir4llo- wal
nut street, next to the Presort.. Alrbusiness- in
trusted to him wiii receive premPt and carved attention,
WALNUTS, OREAMNUTS, FILBERTS.
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