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FIRE WORKS. A. II. Meksiiox, whotso taste and judgment in tho iyrotethnlo lino is Unquestioned, and whoso enterprise is always adequate) to the occasion, bo it of puLlio or private nature, has al ready ordorod a magnificent assort ment of Firo "Worts, comprising pioces of National, IVtriotio and Misscella ncous charactor, of tho rarest design, and most brilliant effect, . w hich will Le let off hero on tho evening of tho fourth of July next. A spacious enclosure will bo crcctod for? tho accommodation of all who dosiro to witness tho exhibition, within which comfortable scats will bo pro pared and ample arrangomcnta ma lo for the comfort and convenience of thosotin attendance. Many of tho pioces aro illustrations of rocent thrill ing events in the grand struggle of arms through which tho nation has 60 successfully passod, and therefore calculatod to incito fur raoro interest than that experienced whilo viewing pyrotechnic displays of only an ordin ary character. 't in IJckolary. A dosperato attempt to "broak open tho 6afo and rob tho Sag inaw Valley Bank in this City, was mado en Sunday morniDg last, by 'eorno person or persons aa yet un known. The Burglars effected an entranco into tho Bank by means of a sido window opening into a pass ago way, leading from "Water street to the rear of tho Bancroft IIouso, &nd succcedod in blowing off tho front of tho outer door of tho safe. The explosion caused such a noiso that it attractod the attention of Mr. Mo Knight at tho Bridgo Toll Gate, and Mr. Booth who was 6looping over tho Dank. The Burglars woro evidently frightonod by tho excess of noiso, and foaring detection mado good their "Tarned-bAiy no cluo lms boon ob xzov nas oocn ouerou xor uu. ,Woo. tion and conviction, and tho authori ties aro on tho alert Nothing of any great valuo was abstracted from tho Bank. Exrtosiox. An explosion or blow ing out as it would bo termed, of tho etoain drum on tho steamer Fanny While, -occurred at Bay City, on Friday tho Oth. .' inst., resulting in tho loss of tho life of William II. Elliott, tho ownor of tho boat. Mr. Elliott had been a citizen of this placo but a short period of timo. Ho was ostoemed and res poctcd by thoso who know him. Ho was, at tho timo of his death over CO years of ago. Ho leaves a largo .fam ily to mourn his loss. An Inquest Tvas held on Monday by Coroner Erd. Tho Jury could not find that any blame attached to tho Engineer, and thero wero conflicting views as to tho manufacture of tho drum. Tho funeral of Mr. Elliott took pbxcoon Monday last, at tho Episcopal Church. PltOF. 0. S. FoWLEU'nt IiECTniES. Attontion is called to tho advertise ment of Prof. 0. S. Fowler of a serios of Lectures to bo delivered at Buona Vista Hall in this. city. Prof. F. is sufficiently well known by reputa tion everywhere to insure an abun dant interest in whatovor ho proposos to do, and ample attontion at tho hands of tho generality of peoplo. , Sons Tboct. A splondid specimen of Lako Huron Trout of tho salmon trout species, weighing 31 lbs. was feorvod up for dinner at tho Bancroft IIouso on Thursday, tho 15th inst- ' The Star, having roducod tho faro to 5 cents for tho round trip botwoen East Saginaw and Saginaw City, ia doing a rushing business in carrying" passengers. Mount Clemens Salt Com past. Tho Mount Clemens Salt Company ' havo commenced boring, and at tho . depth, of 4.0 foot struck a rock, which . compels them to chango thoir position, : ta avoid tho looso etono. Whon tho ,' oit shale ia reached, rock boring will . commonco. Tho engine is not yet on , tho ground, consequently tho boring '.is at present dono by hand. Capt. Todd, of iho rnbul army, and tho brother of Mrs. Lincoln, arrived 'in New Orleans on tho 25th of May. Ho had his wife and threo children jWith hiuu Jeff. Davis' commission as a First ' Lieutenant of dragoons, signed by Andrew J ackson, President, and Lowis Cass, Socrctary of War, and dated April 10th, 183 J, to rank from March ,4tb, 1833, has fallen into tho hands .of a mombor of .Gov. Oglesby'a staff. w Charlos Nordhoff, formerly editor '.nt' Harper t 2agazin,t and for the last four years ono of tho oditors of tho Evening J'otf is about to start a now paper at Wilmington, Delaware. . Deatu of an ot.t CrrTzr.x. Jeromo IL Gotee, w ho for tho last thirty years has resided in this city, died at hig residenco on Saturday morning last, of rheumatic consumption, oged 48 'years.' Mr. (. has been Sheriff of this county for a number of years, and Treasurer of tho city, and always per formed liis official duties to tho satis faction of tho public. Ho leaves a largo cirdo of friend to mourn his disease. Tho funeral was attended on Sunday afternoon, at tho Methodist Church by tho Masons and Odd Fel- lows, of which sociotics ho was a member. Cilj 7ty.f June 8. ' NOT DAD. There Is, unquestionably, Uth joint and pun- gene j in the following original "Staniui" on a yery dry subject, which wo coj y from a Ut num ber of the Bay Cilj Journal: . BTANZUS. Dedicated to an Individual in th vurtutt of Licktr under dficultu of a Sundtt morn in' . BT Till OBTUCB Of '0WID fO TBSJ STCEX TIM 1SGIXK." Emenant destruction of Liker, Probublae Tour drt. Maybee there's a vakuum in your bowels j Yu feci slitely kurlous in tho abdominal regene 1 . Want a stimulater. eh? It can't be d LI, Eiueuant deatruckshlonlstl - - -Iiulibator of alkaholik liqui J. Tho krials watwas to bar eriiven bu arreren! Tho new eity ordonaus la a ficksod bact ) That aolitario dime, resurrected from tho depths of ttil trouais, kant awaken A imiatlitttik rovpons, or to J, rroui Your kurtso heeded friend tho barkeeper, Alkaholik hnbibater. Kuockturnel jyratia navigator, '- . -Lant nite you were 12-lltks drnnk, and Weu you went homo you bad a Miasolianeous mixture of tho legf j Felt tired, perhaps. Koujcquontluo ou felt heated about tho luarda. -'Lay not tho phlutterlnj nnckohun to your sole, That your elouo this morning Thero s numerous people of the aaiuo (tripe with ciudlar lealinka, Kuockturnal narigaturi Demenstater of the power of luckshefl. Thia ii an episode in your caroar, A full stop to your auibianus asperasuuni after ipeeriU j C... You kant git your morning rashuns The bar is closed nary bottle U visibul to tho naked I. At you itund furnonst the kounter, . You anaiously iukwire for a driuk, A it don't cum, Deiuonstratur of luckshen 1 ' : Kocktale annyhylater! Tour a injured ronton, a wictlm of legislative alupiditeei You can do without woiking an we weea and ret on Sundee ' ....... You cant driuk licker 6 days and dry up on tho 7th I Y'our fitikai cistern ia not Capable of appreshoating Tho ordinani j ' Your nochor reTolti at water, ' Kocktale any hy later! Enamce to water! lou beliero water useful fur abluahun And knavigable purposes only . . not rcfretibun, bencfishnl, or invigaratcn aa a bevurage- Ftrange idee but not nnkommon. lloweror, your done for. Tho ordtnoci Is iuperatir aoertalntce, . Pasaed by a majorite vote! ' , Not a drop of lickor can you get on Snndooy Enamce to water ! Oljeck of kommlserashun ! Your ia a bard kane, ' - L" rekwiring brandee and kompasbnn ! Cou may coxo, pervwado, beg, prouils, to. but it'a of no use, tho " kanine quadruped ia dofunkt " Why did'nt you get a bottle on V' Faturdee nitel Iinesorry for you reform j stop j (hut down ; reflekt ; hositato before you get cornod on Faturdee ciuirgrncn " wuarodfor . . vi-jock of komm'werashun ! Knavish Sions. Always suspect a man who affects great softness of manner, an unrulllod ovennoss of temper, and pronunciation studied, slow and deliberate. Theso things aro all unnatural, and bespeak a dogreo of mental discipline into which lie that has no purposes or designs to answer cannot submit to drill hunsolf. The most successful knaves aro usu ally of this description, as smooth as razors dipped in oil and as sharp. They affect tho innocenco of tho dovo, which they havo not, in order to hide tho cunning of tho serpent, which thoy have. iMcon. Junius Brutus Booth is still in tho Old Capitol Prison, where ho aston ishes tho inmates by his gymnastic feats with tho Indian clubs, throwing somersaults, &c. A French bishop said lately in a sermon 44 Let women remember, whilo putting on profuso and expen sivo attiro, how narrow aro tho gates of Paradise. ' " Flint & Pero Liar que tto Railway TlH UTAH LI', IKGS. Trains Lrati East Saginaw, 7.00, A. M. 12.00, M. 1.35, P.M. Trains arrivi at East Saginaw 11.00, A. M. 1.30, P.M. 9.00, P.M. 7 00 A. M. and 12.00 M. trains run directly through to Detroit. (From tho Proggujia' Circular.) Stop It rou Vw Sah. Stop It for the ake of thoao Interested In you. Stop this ditln clination to d'mcbarge your dutiot, thia weakneas of mind and body, ' these enerrating emiaaions, and total prostration of tho urinary organs of your system. If it continues, It will render you blind, confirm yonf imptency, render youroouch loathsome, and make of you a drirelling JJiot, the pity of your friends, and the impotent jest of women. Take tho " Cuerokci Cure," a simple regctable syrup, to re-strengthen and cure you, which it will. Obsorre the directions that eo conipany it, and be again what nature made you .a mau, jxMCod of all the faculties that per tain to man. Call for tho Cherokee Cure. Sold by all drugsl. CIKAXD TItUftK ICAfLefAVo . -4.JL.il. LVif fy"" -j Threo express trains leave iMroit daily as fol lows. G.15 A. M. 10.05 A. M. 5.15 P. Mi For BUFFALO, ROCHESTER. SYRACUSE, ALBANY, KLMIRA, OWKOO, UINU 1IAMPT0N, IIARHISUUKG, l'llll ADELHIIA, BALTIMORE, INftW 1UKK, WASIIINUTON, Ao. 2 Exrreps trains daily for PORT HITIOX, LON 10X, TOKONTO, KINGSTON, PRESCOT, MONTREAL, PORTLAND, Ao. Con rjectinj at Ogdrnsburjf, for all l'laces In tho New England " States. Trains rnn by Chicago timo, which is 20 min utes nlowfr tlian Detroit timo Taiwengcrs lenflng East Saginaw at 12 M, make direct, connection at Junction with Night Express for all points East. : l'aanongors going East, should change Cars at tho - i . GRAND TRUNK JUNCTION. Company's principal ticket office, 134 JefTeraou Arsnue, Detroit ' C. P. EEAC1J, Oenoral agent, . 279 Broadway, New York E. REIDY, Agent Dutruit. SAOINAW AND ALPENA. The Staunch Passenger Propeller SS 1 GL IT 1SL, CA1T. A. O. illPLEY, Will leare Et Ssginaw WtindnT, Wednesdnyi and Fridays, at two oVlock Pi M,, during tho S caw n of Navigation, for Alabaster, Tawas City, Sauble River, JIarri gvillo k Alpena. Will loavo Alpeualhe days following. For Freight or PsMngo applj on Rnard or to 0(,DINil A HAWKINS, Agents. ttaSXiea A FULL STOCK I George C. Sanborn's Exchango Block, Corner of- Gtntm and Water Slrettt . Rut Saginaw. Is always suppliod with a full stoek of GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FAM ILY and ship bupi'IaUss. "WOODEN "WARE CORD AGE, &c. . Wblcu willbesoldat Wholesale & Retail At of low.a figure as the state of the market wl low. CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES Tea, Coffee, .... , .'. . .Bugar, .T . ' . 1 ' Molaasea; Syrups. Bplces, Dried Fruit, Pr'iino Quality and in prices to suit purchaser. BEST. SUGAR CURED HAMS SHOULDERS, DRIED MEAT, MEAL, FLOUR AND PORK, 11 UTTER, EG G 8, LARD, VEGETABLES, FRUIT. Y " And all kinds of COUNTRY PRODUCE. Qeneral assortment of , SHIP SUPPLIES CORDAGE, &G Tiellet, rmerved Fruits, Relishes, ; ' ! ' Extracts ' And General Family Supplies. Also ft complete stock of WOODEN, WILLOW AND STONE WARE, KEROSENE OIL, -&c., &c., Orders from Retailers, Lumbermen, Vessel Ownpri, Hotel Keepers, ami oUiors filled to any extent desired. Past petrenage gratefully acknowledged and Us continuance destreu. n-243yl. GEO. C. SA5JB0RN. East Saginaw, April 5, 1863. wm:. hitter. MERCHANT TAILOR, for Marrn?u-tuiiiitf "oVSMWl..1.?. "n 0Jcr, made up in the Latest and most 1'ashionabie Myle. A choice assortment of CLOTIIS, . CASSIMERES AND VESTINGS. Rooms In New Brick Rlotk, flenesco Stroot, entrance 1st door west or l'oa l UDk-e. A share of public patronage solicitnd. WM.RITTER East Saginaw, May 3, IOCS. n'iOOCm LOSSES PAID In 40 Years Over 817,000,000. ETNA INSURANCE CO. OF HARTFORD CONN. NET ASSETS, JANUARY 1805, $3,077,302,71. FIRE AND ISLAND NAVIOATIO RIKff. Agenrloaln all the I'rim'lpHt Cities and Toun In tho United Htntf s. Applications for Insuranre will bo promptly attended tot JOHN J. WHEELER, Agent, ;'..- Jor Saginaw County aud vicinity Bs7"Full compliance made with the Insurance laws of Michigan, and licenses issued to all Phoenix agents. 1 1 ' ' t Got tho Genuine "Article I R13A1Y SOLID INSMAXCn that stands the teat of Time and Fire, to public use and private satisfaction furnUhed at proper rates, by tho well-known Phoenix of Hartford. THE PIKENTX enters th rnrsr.wr tkar better than ever prepared for service and duty, in the line of its profoaaion, with enlurgod facilities for the transaction of business. From the Official Statement. V. . CAiH ASSETS 3 3 3 3,1 7 S3.etl (FELRUARY, 1SC5) 'Tii ixrnrlREft talcr or mearlt all com modities at the present time, warrant and domand additional insurance and the Pbnnix, by reaaon of its amplo Cash Capital and largo Assets, offers to the publio the combined advantages of firat claas commercial facilities, with tho ability to write haary linos on single rUks. Insure with the Phoenix. Nose should xeolect so mronTAxr a matter as Firo Insurance and experience demonstrates the fact, pulr .companies who maintain firm rates and adhere to ronaorvative rules rnn guarantee the genuine article. SECURE THE LEST. Losses ulmiys paid Promptly! ' $1,000 PER DAY! 2CRiff0 Ibe year 1R04, tho Plut-nix paid losses to the upowt J70,0UU, or a little over l,OC0 per day, andjid &m promptly too. Phucnix policies IssnCd by I. M. SMITH, Resident Jg"t- MOnTOAaU DATiTl. -- DEFAULT having been made in the condi tion of a certain mortgage, ezecutod by. Ed ward E. Larkin, of Saginaw county, State of Michigan, to AdnaH. (lough, of Saginaw coun ty, State of Michigan, dated the tenth day of Oo tober, A. D. 18UJ, and rcoordod October 17th, A. D. 18G3, in the oflke of the llcgistor of Deods for the County of Saginaw, State of Michigan, in Lllr "K. of Mortgagos, on pages four hundred and thirty-seven, four hundrod and thirty-eight and four hundred and thirty-nino on which Mortgago thore is claimed to be due at the date of this notice, the sum of Two Hundred and l'or-ty-thrce Dollars and Ninety-seven Cents, ($213, U7), fncluding an Attorney foe of Twenty-five Dollars, (t'25), covenauted to be paid as stipulat ed in said Mortgage. Therefore, notice is hereby given that on Sat urday, the 2Gth day of August next, at tcno'clork In tho forenoon of that day, we shall sell at pub lio auction to the highot bidder, at the front door of the Saginaw County Clrouit Court House, In the city of Saginaw, the premises contained In said mortgage, or ao much thereof as shall be neoossary to satify the amount due on said Mort gage, with interest and legal cost, together with an Attorney's fee of Twenty-five IMUrs, ceve nanted for in said Mortgage, wliich said mortgaged premUes rre described in snilMortgago subUn tUlly as follows, to witi Those ,'certaia parcels of bind In the villago of Zilwaukio, county aod State aforsald, beginning at tho north-easterly corner of block No. thirty-three, (33), In said vil lage, according to the recorded plat thereof, run ning thonco southerly seventy-five foot, thence westerly fifty-six feet, thence northerly seventy five foet, thence eaaturly fifty-six fuot to the place of beginning, being a part of lots nino (9) and ten (1U) in said Mock, all of w hiilisa!d mort gaged premi 'are situated in the County of Saginaw aad state of Michigan. ADNAH. GO l'J H, Mort gagoe. WRKet.cn A Haiiaian, . ... . . ; Attorneys fur srtld Mortgagee. Dite.l Fast Ssginaw, Jf jy 21th, 1W..Y J03-13W FIRST NATIONAL BANK OH" HAST HAOIN AW. GOVERNMENT AGENT For tho 7-30 U. 8. Loan, and all other Govcnimoiit Pocuntios. U. S. 7-30 OAH. Py authority of the SocreUry of the Treasury, the undersigned has assumed tho General Sub scription Agency for the sale of Tnlted States Treasury Notes, bearing seven and three tenths per cent, interest, per annum, known as tho SEVEN-THIRTY L0M1. Theso Notes are insued under date of June 15th, 16C5, and aro payable three years from that time, la currency, or are convertible at the option of the holder into TJ. B. 5-20 Six per cent. GOLD-BEARING BONDS. Theso bonds are worth a premium which in creases the actual proCt on the 7-30 loan, and its txtmption from Statt and municipal taxa tion, add from one to thret per tent, mort, according to tho rate levied en other property. Tho Interest is payablo In currency semi-annually by coupons attached to each note, which may be cut off and sold to any bank or banker. The interest amounts to One cent per day on a 650 note. Two eenta 100 Tea - OG 20 t aiooo 01 ' t4 . . 3000 Notes of all the denominations named will be promptly furnishod upon receipt of subscriptions, and the notes forwarded at once. The Interest to 15th June next will be paid in advance. This Is TIIE ONLY LOAN IN MARKET now offered by the Government, and it is eonfl dently expected that its suporior advantages will make it the GREAT POPULAR LOAN OF THE PEOPLE. Less tban 1300,000,000 of tho Loan authorised by the last Congress are now on the market.- This amount, at tho rate at which It Is being ab sorbed, will all bo subscribed for within four months, when tho notes will undoubtedly com mand a premium, as bas uniformly boon the caso on closing the subscriptions to other Loans. In order that citiiens of every town and section - - -- i r.iutiMI fuf uk- Ing tho loan, the Natioral Eauks, Stale Banks, and Private Bankers throughout tho country havo 7 " generally agreed to receive subscriptions at par. Subscribers will select thoir own agent, in wnom they have confidence, and who only are to be responsible for the delivery of. the notes for which thoy receive orders. JAY COOKE, Subscription Agent, Philadelphia. March 25, 19C5. Subscriptions will be received by First National liunk of Dir City, First Na tional It a nk of Eatt Saginaw. Tho Ninth National Bank OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK. CAPITAL, 1,000,000, PAID IX, ncnl Agent of tho United Ktate, Asn Srr.riAv Aotxr ron ,1ax Cooke, St nsrRirTio)! Aor.aT. WILL DELIVER 7-30 NOTES FREE OF charge, by ejipre. In all ports of tho country, and rcetive in pnjraont Checks on New York, Philadelphia, and Eoxton, current bills, and all five per cent, interest notes, with interest to ditto of subscription. Ordtr sont by mail will bo promptly tilled. This Bank roccives the accounts ef Banks and Bankers on favcrablo terms also of individuals keeping New lork accounts. J. U. ORVIS, rruident. J. T. HILL, Chir. New Jewelry Store. Chaste and Elegant Jewelry. FINE SILVER & PLATED WAKE. H. R. PROCTOR, Has recently orcned a New Jewelry Establish, mcnt In the building oit o pled by JI. Marks, , oppoaite the Bancroft Houoe, (ion esoe Stroct, where be offers fr sale a superb assortment ef Fashionable Jewelry, Of the latest style and most exquisite workman. snip. SILVER AND PLATED WARE, GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES, CLOCKS, PEBBLE and rEMSCOriC OLAS- E3, FANCY GOODS, ami a largo and attractive assortment of other articles pertaining to thia lino of trude. ftAVIffS. Ui:PAIHIC3f Our pern.l attention given to WaU-h Ilcpnring and Engraving. Watches regulated by one vf tho best Clocks in tho City. ' Hair Jowolry, Of all styles and patterns manufactured to order. Cull and see my stock, which is the fiaoat ever offered in this city. Tho celebrated Amorican Watches, the best in the world, sol 1 at lower prices than at any other cstabliHhment in this city. X share of publio patronage is solicited. JI. It PBOCTOR. East SaginawFeb. 1, 1GS. - 332 ly deduction of l9iicc! TOBACCO & CECARO! WE ABE now selling CEOAR8 at reduced prices. Our stock is old, and consists of the choicest brands. . We are offering all the beat brands of Chewing and Smoking Tobaccos, by tho ke or barrel, at Detroit prices, thns saving froight to parties buy ing of us. ' DV A good article of Fine Cut Chewing, re tailing at One Dollar Per Pound! WITM splondid article of GUT PLUG for Smoking, at ' . . ) ' ' J . . Ono Dollar Por round! B7"Country merchants and the trade are ro qnctod to call and examine our stock. M. 11. ALLARDT A Co. Irving Clock, one door Wet of Littles Dank. East Csginaw. . n303 DYSPEPSIA, nisi:.mi:s nr.suLTi.a ihioitx DISORDERS OF THE LIVER AND DIGESTIVIr OllGANS, ARE CUUED BY IIOFFLJIND'S GERMAN BITTERS, TUU GREAT STRENGTHENING ... TONIO; ! Those Eitters Lave performed more cures! HAVE AND DO GIVE BETTER SATISFACTION ! Have more Tewtlmony ! HAVE WORE ItESPECTAULK PEOPLE TO VOUCH EOH THEM Than any othor article in the market. defy any one to contradict this assertion ! AND WILL' PAY $1000 - . - .... t . To any ono that will produce a Certificate pib-' lishod by us, that it Is not GENUINE. Hooflahd's: Goraan Titters WILL CCBK KVEnr CASE OF CIIttONIO Oft NEHYOUS I r-' DEIJILITY, DISEASES OF THE KIDNEYS, AND DISEASES ARISING FROU A DISOltDEItED STOilACn. Observe tho following symptoms resulting from disurdvrs of the ingcstive Organs t . Constipation, Inwnrd Piles, Fullness ef Blood to tho Head, Acidity or the Momacb, Nausea, Heartburn, lhngut for Fooil, Fullness , . ' or AVeight in the Htoniacfy Soor .:. Eructations, Sinking or Flut tering at the Pit of the , Stomach. Swimming ofthe lle.Kl.Hur- - ;'' ried and Dif ficult Breathing, v?i. ..;., . i..,. , . . .. Choking or suffocating Sea- . I i: sations when In a lying sture, Dii&ncM of vision, lots or Webs be fore the Sight, Fever and lull Pain in the Head. Deficiency of - Perspiration. Yel lowneos of. the Skin and Eyes, Pain in the Side, Bins, Cheat, Li ml, e., - - Sudden Flushes of Heat, Burning in the Flesh, , f Constant Imng'nings of EviL- f and Groat Depression of Fplrlta. REMEMBER , THAT THIS BITTERS 13 NOT ALCOHOLIC, Contains no Hum or Whisky AND CAN'T MAKE DRUNKARDS, ft IS THE BEST TONIC in tho "World. flEAD WHO SAYS SO 1 Frm the Ber. Levi O. Beck, Pastor of the Baptist Church. Pcmbcrton, N. J., formerly of the rtortn i;nititt Churcn, l'hiiaauipnia. I have known Hoofland's German Bitters fur orabty fur a number of years. I have used thorn ln ,n' own fiunn ,anJ liaT" bco,n " I,IonMl w,lh, I thoir effocts thut I was induced to recommend thrmto many others, and know that they have orcrateil iu a strikingly tenenciui manner. titke groat pleusuro in thus publicly proclaiming this Urt, and calling tho attention ot those nulict ed with tho diseases for which they aro recom Oicndcd, to these Litters, knowing from expert' enco that my recommendation will bo sustained. I do this more cheerfully as Hoofhtnd's Eitters is lutcnlod to benefit the aOlictcd. and is "not a rum drink." Yours truly, LEVI Q. BECK From Rev. J. Newton Brown, I). D., Editor of tho Encyclopedia of Kcligious Knowledge and Chrirtian Cbroniclo, rUtluilolpuia, Although not disposed to favor or recommend Patent Medicines in gonernl, through distrust of thfir ingredients and effects, I yet knew of no sufficient rensons why a man may not testify to the benefits be believes bimsclf to have received from any simplo preparation in tho hope ho may thus contribute to tho Lonefit or others. I do this the more readily in regard te Hoof- land's German Bitters, prepared by Dr. CM. Jack eon, of this city, becnuxo I was prejudiced against them for innny yoars, nndcr the impres sion Hint tbey were chiefly an alcoholic mixture. I am lilf Jited to my friend, liohcrt Shoemaker, Esq , fr tho removal oi una pivjwiKu .7 ranru,r tcsti ana for encouragement to try tnem whon sullcriug trom rrvot anl lung continued debility Thouso of threo bottles cf these bitters at the beginning of the prcsont year, was as followed by cvinent relief ami restoration to a degree of bod ily and mental vigor which I bad not felt for six months before, aud bad alnwt despaired of re gaining. I therefore thank Uod and my friend for directing me to u tiirm. J.NEWTON BROWN, rhila. From the Revi Jos. II. Kennard, faHor of the 10th r.u-j.tlst Church - Dr. Jackson : Dear Fir i I have been fre quently requested to connect my name with coin- mendiitionst'f different kinds of modioiovs, but regarding tho practice as out of my arpropriato sphere, 1 have in all cases declined ; but with a clear proof in various instances, and particular ly in my family, of tho usefulness of Dr. lloof lund's German Bitters, I depart for once from my usual course, to express my full couviction thatty"or gentral dibdihj of tht tytltmand -IKciuUy Jor Liter Complaint, it is a $qf$ and valuable prejaratin. I some cases it nny fail j but usually, I doubt not, it will be very beueficlal to those who suffer from the aliove cause. Yours, very respectfully, J. II. KENNARD, Eoighth below Coats Street, Philadelphia From Rev. W arrcn Randolph, 1'nsior of Baptist Church, Gcrmanlown, l'cno.. Dr. C. M. Jackson ; Dear Sir Personal expe rience enables lue to say that I regard the Ger man Bitters pre red by you as a most excellent medicine. I cases of severe cold and ccneral de bility I hno been greatly benefitted by the use of tho Hitters, nnd doubt not they will produce suui lar effocts on others. Yours) truly, ' WARREN RANDOLP ' Germantowa ra. From Rev. J. n. Turner, Pastor of Heddlng M E. Church, Phila. Dr. Ja kson t Dour Sir : Having used your Gorman Bitters in my family frequently I am prepaaod to say that it bas been of great service. I believe that in most coses of gcnoral debility of the system it is tho safest and most valuable rem edy of which I havo any knowledge. Yours, respectfully, J. II. TURNER. No. 72o, N. Nintocnth street. From tho Roy. J. M. Lyona, formerly Pastor of the Columbus, (N J.) and Killntown, (Pa ) Bap tist Churches. ., New RocncHo. N. Y, Dr. C. M. Jackson! Dear Sir I feel it a pleas ure thus, of my own accorn to bear testimony to the excollcnce of the Gorman Bitters. Some few years since, being much a (11 it tod with Dyscpsia, I usod them with very beneficial results. I have often recommendod thom to persons enfeebled by that tormcnlirg diseaso, and havo- board from thom the nnnt flattering testimonials si to their great valao. In cases of general debility, I bo ficvo it to t tonlo that cannot bo surprs.o I. J,M. H ONS. From tho Tov. Tbomns Winter, Taster ff Kox- Lury jinptitith'ich. Dr. Jackson: Dear Sir I feci It dua fo yonr excellent preparation, lloofland'i GcTmnw-Uit-ter, to add my testimony tu.tbo deserved reputa tion it has obtained. I have for years at times, bccnHnmllod with great disorder in my lioad ami nervous system. I was advised by a friend to try a bottle of your German Bitters. I did so, ard have experienced groat and unexpected re-licfj-wy honlth has been very materially pencill ed. I confidently recommend tho article where I meet wirh cace similar to my own, and have been assured by many of their good e!lets. Kespectlully yours, T. WINTER, : ' ' " ' Roxlxrouch. Pa. From Rer. J. S. Herman, of the Gorman P. t for ti ed Chu.ich, lvut.town, Berks County, Po.--- - Dr. C. M. Jackson: hespected fcir: I have been troubled with dispepr'm nearly twenty years nu naro never usea any mcmcme inai uta me as much good as Ilooflamls Bitters. I am very much improved in lioulth, after having taken five bottles, , , Yours, with respect,- J. 8. HERMAN. -nrgo S!o, (holding nearly double quantity), fl.lHI per llottlo hull do 9b OU. Mnnil Mxe 1j cts.cr ittie-baif dux. 9l.utl BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS. .See tliArttie.rliinatnrc- of '0. M. JacksoV is on tho wraperof caelt bcttlo. ' r-houM yuur nearewi Uruggist not have the ar ticle, do not bo put off by any of the intoxicating preparation tbnt may tieollorod in Itsphwt, but send tons, aod wo will forward, securely packed, by Stpress. Principal OITlce and .MMinliulory, Io. Oil, ARCH STREET, PHILADELPHIA. i. . JOSV.H .V i:VAS. Successors to C. M Jackson A Crt , rnprito. - " lor .viue l.y all DrniHU and Dealers ! every town ia tVi I'nHed trtstes; SPECIAL -ATTRACTIONS SHAWvEEYNOLDS&Co's Bbuna Vista Block, Genesee St., UEion, Block, Water St. Being determined to sustain the (Treat eelebrlty for always bavlng the OREATEST N0VELTIE3 1 ; l at the LOWEST PRICES, will offer as the result of their recent purchases, j I ' a Great Variety ot Silver Plated TEA SETS, CASTERS, ' "vl " BELL CASTERS, Tea and Coffee Pots,- - - Cake Baskets, Berry Dishes, r'4 ( J ' Spoons, Forks, Ivory. handled Tabic Cutlery, Family Hardware, Tea Ware, Tin House Furnishing ' description. WE WOULD '.CALL ' SPECIAL SORTMENT Oj7 : BUILDERS' HARDWARE, S STOVES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION FOR KITCnEN, SITTINQ ROOM, TARLOR, OFFICF, STORE OR . L; ; ' . ..".' '.x C) W' Manufacture largely for ""WHOLES ALE Tin and Sheet Iron Ware, Water Coolers, Filters,r &c. EVERY BODY SHOULD CALL AT SHAW, REYNOLDS & CO'S Mammoth -riware Store, All kinds of JOB WORK In Tin Copper Sheet notice. ' - - ' - - - r'l'H) bivrti OOOIUJRBAn, nee I" I. DI'TTON'S 1101' VKASTCAK.E3,!, Fo"" solo by Omeera (frnernlly, . - f The trade sui piiod at lilerl rates by . ' I. 0.ST0R1W A CO. Trays, Britannia Ware, and Goods, of every ATTENTION TO 0UE LARGE AS AND RETAfL TBADEjjerj description of and Houso Keepers' Emporium. Iron and Eteam and Goa Fitting done on short 209yl L. C. STQRRS i CO BUCCESSORST TO ' G. E. ROSENBURY & Co. 1 ' Wholosals and Rotall doalors In , . GR OCE R I E S AND PROVISIONS. Which they offer to tho trado at the lowest mar i ket prices , DPOK, 'OASH. " We would eall tbo attontion of HOUSEKEBPti RS to' orn stock or FLOUR C0 FISH. FORK, S OAR, f.UAHS, ,' EA, BUTTER, COFFEE, .. EGGS, SriCES, . MOLASSES, 5iC-, , As also to our line assortment of FAMILY GROCERIESj CONSISTING OF Natural Preserved reaches, Tine Applei, Tickled Lobsters; Oysters; Clamn; . , P, Cucumber Pickles; French, , Mustard; Trunesin - - Jan; CCIIRANTS, RAISINS, FIGS, Ac , Ao " - AND TO OUR WOOD EiT WARE, Ilousthnld Implements ofll kinds, nnl the mwt bcautilul patterns or Kcroscno Lamps. Ropo fit Twine, Paints & Oils, MANNILLA IN COILS j BED C0RI r . .. CLOTHES LINES i . 1ILMP PACKIXOi . LATH it STAVE TWIXE, LARD, - , .. . - -WHALE, . '; LIXSEED, LUBRICATINO and CARP.0N OILS.' -NmtVOtr Ill.llll.lTV. R.mln.l Weakness, Kto., CAN lili C VIZ El) ty ono who has really tured hiumetf, and hun lreds of others, and will tell you nothing Lut the TRUTH. Acurers wun stm, ' EDWARD II. TIIA7ER. ' . 2r.Cyl Lock Hon, Ponton; Mass. Lath Sawing Machines.' THE Suhstrlher continues to rnanufarture at his Foundry and Machine Shnr In this eity the oelehrate.lltl-AIKIK A CLARK'S PATENT SRLV-ACTINO LATH tfAWIM) MILLS, and improved HmI.TI NO and PICKET MACII IN V.. al.o tho SKLF-SETT1N1 SIMM) and F LOOK ING MILL. JN. U. hlTTON. Ft. Clair, Mi. h. AprU 31, l-(.V SPRING STOCK -CALL AT BLISS, JANES & CO'., WHOLESAL tc RETAIL ESTABLISHMENT and Examine thoir Now Stock cL ooni Wliiclx they aro Roociving Every d .: by Lxprosa and otherwise. , We hare now 1,500 peloes of Spring Vr'i and all of the latest Stylos of frpring Dr Uoous. OUR SHEETINGS, SIIlRTlNU TICKS and JJENmS Are Lower than can le bought in or oat Detroit. ALSO Wo taye recolvtfd 18 TIDS OT SIdAR, boa April loth, Lowest point reached tou fceiso Dried and Canned Fruits, NUTS, FLSU, TO Oihf biKUl o, and a largo Assortment of CROCKERY; WHOLESAL . . RETAIL, PIONEER JOBBING HO US A X D RETAIL STOE COMfvfEROIAL BLOCK Foot of Geneec Street, PILED FULL OF GOODS FOR Tlir '65 SU1MER TRADE, 'G BLISS. JANES & GO. Ilare now a full STOCK OF NEW 00 Por Wholesale anJJRotan Trado, conslsti Staple & Domestic Dry Go AND Dress Ooods' OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS Heady-Made Clothii FURNISHING GOOU LOOTS AND'SnOES HATS AND C OR 0 CERIES AND PR 0 VlSld Among which msy le found TEAS, , - pork; . COFFEE, FISH, . SUrtAKS, - SALT,' ., SYRUPS, butter; fruits. Laud, CI1ELSE, . tOAVS, and a great rarlcly of othor ankles- A General Miscellaneous Atsortmi Of almost every yarlot j of CSr.O 0.0 REQUIRED IN THIS MARKET, - A. 3ST x' All New and Frei Particular Attention is Call . , To our stick of TEAS &:SUG-Af We hare an excellent fnj ply of these art! and run atlora to soli at aucu rntos tuivt we no fear of coKpctition. Alxo, in the line o; 23oots and Sliocsj We are fully stocked with jrood of Fx manufacture, and exec. lent qmuliiy, for all and conditions ef people, all bought at a low figure or oah, an.t will be ald oorrvsu ingly low. Alo a jjvnei!U auortmcnt or Liquors and Tobaccc COME AUD BEE US. We Invito all to call, examine our Good ascertain tho prices. No thar;;o Tir sln goods or anHwcring que.xtlous. ; csriE&M?, cash. Country prodnco ef all kinds taken In change far gmxlir. , , , HI.15S, j.xr.3 A E.1.1 ,"s!jin-w. Jr.iy 1, IT!.." '