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apt) SOFIEFFER'S BOORWORE
X3.,A.I.JTXTUECI O 3EILM
discoveredtrmostcer . , speedy and
DISEASES OF IMPRUDENCE
Ruravr IN SIX TO TWIELVII Rotas
NO MERCURY OR NOXIOUS MUGS.
A Cure Warranted, or No Charge, in from One to
Two Days. •
Weakness of the Back, Affections, of tiro
Kidneys and Bladder, Involuntary dis
charges, Impotency, General. Debility, Ner
vousness, Dyspepsia, Languor, Low Spirits,
Confusion. of Ideas, Palpitation of the
HI art, Timidity, Tremblinga,-Dimnessof Sight
or Giddiness, Dbmase :of the , Head, Throat,
N - se or Skin. Affections of the Liver, Ltings„
Stu:each or Bowels—those terrible disorders
Arising from tha Solitary Habits of Youth—
those secret and solitary practices more fatal to
their victims than the song of. Syrens to the
Mariners of Ulysses, blighting their 'moot bril
liant hopes or anticipations, rendering marriage,
Especially, who have become the victims'of
Solitary Vice, that dreadful and destructive
habit which annually sweeps , to au• untimely
grave thousands of Young . Men of the most
exalted talents and brilliant intellect, who,
might otherwise have entranced listening Sen
ates with the thunders of eloquence or waked
to ecstasy the living lyre, may call with fall:
R . :4
Married Pa 11013.13, or Young Men contemplat
ing marriage, being aware of physical weak
ness, organic slebility, deformities, &c., speedily
He who places hireiself under the care of Dr.
J. may religiously confide in his honor as a gen
tleman, and confidently rely upon his skill aka
Immediately Cured, and full vigor restored.
This distressing affection—which renders life
miserable and marriage impossible--is the pen
alty paid by the victims of improper indulgence:
Young persona are too apt to commit ezceeses
from not being saws of the dreadful cone.
quences that may ensue. Now,, who, that un
derstands the subject will pretend to deny that
the power of procreation is lost sooner by those
falling into improper habits than by the pru
dent. Besides being deprived the pleaaures of
healthy offspring, the most serious and destrua
tive symptoms to both body and mind arise.
The system becomes deranged, the physical and
mental functions weakened, lass of procreative
power, nervous irritability, dysrpda, palpita
tion of the heart, inffigestlon coruhitntionar
debility., a.tuwasting of the frltie t cough, con
sumption, decay and. death.
No. 7 Sown F/aDirgrawE ersPl37,
Left hand iddis - going - Tr - 15n? Baltiinore street, a
few doors from the corner. Fail not to °bestirs
name and number.
Letters must bs paid - and contain a stamp
The Doctor's Diplomge bang in his office.
Member of the Royal College of Surgeons, Lon
don, graduate from one of the most eminent
colleges in the United States, and the greaOr
part of whose life has been spent in'the hospi
tals of London, Paris, Philadelphia and else
where, has effected some of the most astonishing
cures that were ever known ; many troubled
with ringing in the head and ears when asleep,
great nervousness, being alarmed at sudden
sounds, baahfulneas, with frequent blushing,
attended sometimes with derangement of mind
were cured immediately.
TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE.
These are some of the sad and melancholy
effects produced by early habits of youth, vim :
weakness of the back and limbs, pains in tie
head, dimness of sight, loss of muscular poWer,
palpitation of the heart, dyspepsia, nervous
irritability, symptoms of consumption,
Marraux.—The fearful effects on the mind
are much to be dreaded—loas of memory, con
fusion of ideas, depression of spirits,<evil fore
bodings, aversion to society, self diatrtuxt, love
of solitude, timidity, &c., are some of the evils
TOTING BEEN . •
Who have injured themselves by a certain
practice indulged in when alone, a habit fre
quently learned from evil comp Lions, or at
school, the effects of which are nightly felt,
even when asleep, and if not cured renders
marriage impossible, and destroys both mind
and body, should apply immediately.
What a -pity-that a. young man, the hope of
his country, the darling of his parenta, should
be snatched from all prospects and enloymente
of life, by the consequence of deviating from
the path of nature and indulging in'a certain
secret habit. Such persons masr, beforb amtem
Reflect that a sound mind and body the,
most necessary requisites to promote connubial
happiness. Indeed, without these, the . jouiney
through life becomes a weary pilgrimage : the
prospect hourlz darkens to the view ; the'mirid
becomes shadowed with despair and filled with
the melancholy reflection that the happiness of
another becomes blighted with our own. • ,
DIBItAsII I I OF IMMUDA2IOE.
When the misguided and imprudent votary
of pleasure finds he has imbibed the seeds of
this painful disease, it too often happens' that
an illtimed sense of shame or the dread of dis
covery deters him from applying to those who,
from education and respectability, can alone
befriend him. He falls into the hands of igno
rant and designing pretenders, who, incapable
of curing, filch his pecuniary substance, keep
him triflinz month after month, or as long as
the smallest fee can:be obtained, and in despair
leave him with ruined health to sigh over. his
galling disappointment, or, by the use of the
deadly poison, Mercury, hasten the constitu
tional symptoms of this terdble disease, such as
auctions of the Head, Throat; Noise, Skin, etc.',
progressing with frightful' ispiditY-1111 death
puts a period to his dreadful suffering** send
ing him to that undiscovered country.' from
whence no traveller returns.
INDORSEMENT OF THE PIUISS:
The many thousands cured at this institution
year after year, and Itke numerous important
surgical operations performed by Dr. Johnson,
witnessed by the reporters of the Agan.yaiePery
and many other papers, notices of - whibh have
appeared again and again ' before 'the patina; be
sides his standing as a gentleman of character
and responsibility, is a sufficient if - aim/tee to
MN DIMES SPEEDILY Mit).
°lip;No. 7. 80Urii izzagzuorn.
HARRISBURG, PA., SATURDAY EVENING, JUNE 27, 1863
The great "American Remedies,"
KNOWN AS "IIELMBOLD'S"
GENUINE PREPARATIONS, VIZ
HELMBOLD EXTRACT "BUCHII,"
" IkIPROVEED ROSE WASH.
HELM - BOLD' S
"HIGHLY CONCENTRATED "
FLUID, EXTRACT - BUCHU,
A POSITIVE AND SPECIFIC REMEDY
For Diseases of the
,PLADDER, KIDNEYS, GRAVEL,
AND DROPSICAL SWELLINGS.
' This Medicine increases the power of Diges
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`thy action,' by WhiCh the . WATERY or - CAL
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HEMBOLD' S EXTRACT BUCHU
Arising from Excesses, Habits of. Diabipation,
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ATTENDED WITII THE POLLOWDZO SIXPTONS :
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tion, LOBS of Power,
Loss of Memory, Difficulty of Breathing,
Weak Nerves, " Trembling, '
`Horror of Disease, Wakefulness,
Dimness of Vision, Pain , ln the Back,
Univenial Lassitude ofFlushing of the Body,
the Muscular System,Eruptions on the Face,:
Hot Hands, Pallid Countenance.
These symptoms, if allowed.to go on, which,
this medicine invariably-removes, soon follow
IMPOTENCY, FATUITY, EPILEPTIC FITS,
In one of which the patient may expire. Who
can say that they are not frequently followed
by those "direful diseases," -
INSANITY AND , CONSUMPTION.
Many are aware of the cause. of, their suffer
ings, but none will confess. The records of the
Insane Asylums and the melancholy deaths by
Consumption, bear'ample witness to the truth
of the assertion.
MU CONSTITUTION, ONCE AFFECTED
WITH ORGANIC WEAKNESS,
Requires the aid of medicine te . stiengthen and
invigorate the system, which Heambold's Ex
tract Bachu invariably does. A trial will con
vince the most skeptical.
OLD OR YOUNG, SINGLE, MARRIED, OR.
CONTEMPLATING MARRIAGE ;
In many affections peculiar to females this
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remedy, as in Chlorosis or Retention,
larity, Painfulness, or suppression of the cub
tomary Evacuations, Ulcerated- or : Schirrous
state of the Uterus, Lem:aim:or` Whites,.
Sterility, and for all complaintainddent to the
sex, whettivietirishig from Indiscretion, HabiN
of DisisiAtiod or in the •
' -cmrINGE OF LIFE.
Nclti.iint.entOULD B.lti. OUT2T.
Take no Balsam, Mercury,ca entdeeeent Medi
cine for Unpleasant and .Dangerous Diseases.
HEMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU,
Cures Secret Distills& in all their stages; at lit
tie expense ; little or no change in diet; no in
convenience and no exposure. it causes fie
quent desite; and gives strength to Urinate,
thereby removing obstructions, preventing and
curing Strictures of the Urethra, allaying pain
and inflammation, so frequent in this class •of
diseases, and expelling Poisonous, Diseased, and
Wornout'Matter. Thousands upon thousands
who 'have been the victims of quacks, and who
have priid heavy fees to be cared in a- short
time, have found they were deceived, and that
the "Poison" has by' the use of "powerful
Astringents;" been dried up in the system, to
break out in an aggravated form, and perhaps
after marriage. • ;
Use FERLM.BOLD'S EXTRACT , BUCHU for
all Affections and Diseases of the Urinary Or
gans, whether existing in Male or Female, from
whatever cause originating, and no matter of
how long standing. Diseases of these Organs
require the aid of a Diuretic. RELMBOLIES
EXTRACT ROCIIU is the Great Diuretic, and
it is certain to have the desired effect in 'all
Diseases for which it is recommended.
Blood—Blood—Blood. Helmbold's Highly
Concentrated Compound BLUM EXTBACI
SARSAPARILLA SYPHILIS. This ie an affec
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gans, Linings of the dose, Ears, Throat, Wind
pipe, and other linens Surfaces, making its,ap
pearance in the form of Ulcers. Helmbold's
Extract Sanaparilla, purifies the Blood, and
removes all Scaly Eruptions of the Skin, giving
to the Complexion a Clear and Healthy Color.
It being prepared expressly for this class of
complaints, its Blood-Pnrifying Properties are
preserved to a greater extent than any / . other
preparation of Sarsaparilla.
7TREMBOLD' a ROSE WASH
An excellent Lotion for diseases of a Syphi
litic Nature; and as an injection in diseases of
the Urinary Organs, arising from - habits of
dissipation; used in connection with the Ex
tracts Brichn and. Sarsaparilla, in such diseaties
as recommended. Evidence of the most re
sponsible and reliable character will accompany
the medicines. CERTIFICATES OF CI:MEP
from eight to twenty years standing, with
names known to Science and Fame. For
Medical Properties of Bacilli, see Dispensary of
the United States. Bee Professor ,DE WEE'S
valuable works on the Practice of Physic. See
remarks made by the late celebrated Dr. PRY.-
SICK, Philadelphia. See remarks made by Dr.
EFFrn Arm, McDOWELL, a celebrated Physician
and member of tire Royal College of Surgeons,
Ireland, and published in the Transactions of
the Kings and - Queen's Journal. See Medico-
Cirurgical Review, published by BENJ. TEA
vERS, Fellow of the BoyalCollege of &news.
See most of the late standard - works oro Medi
cine. Extract of Bnchn $1 00 per bottle, or
six for _"ssoo. ' Extract of Sarseparilla, $1 00
per bottle, or six for $5 00. Improved Rose
IVash„so cents per bottle,.or six for $2 60, or
hall a dor.en °each for $l2-00, which will be suf
fident to cure the most obstinate cases; if direc
tions are adhered to. Delivered to any address,
securely packed from observation. Describe
symptoms in all conunuaications. Cures guar
anteed. 4dvioe gratis.
Personally appeared before me an Alderman
of the city of Philadelphia, H. T. Helmbold,
who, being duly sworn, doth say, his prepara
tions contain no narcotic, no mercury, or other
injurious.drugs, and are purely ...vegetable.
IL T. HELMBOLD.
SWorn and subscribed before me, this 23d day
offlovemixtr, 1854. W.M. P. HIBBARD,
- Aldinoau, Ninth street ab. Bace, Phila.
Addrani letters for information in confidence.
H. T. HELMBOLD, Chemist
Depot 104 South 10th Street, below Oheetratt_
From our Morning Edition
FRIDAY NIGHT, Juno 2G
6 O'CLOCK P. M.—lt was retorted that the
rebels were in Gettysburg with a force of ten
thousand, consisting of cavalry, infantry and
he rebel officers boast that the splendid
uniforms in which they appeared, and which
were remarked by the people of Gettysburg,
.had been sent to them by their friends (the
copperheads) of the North.
12 o' moor midnight.—We learn from a passen
ger who arrived from Washington by the 11
o'clock hal') , that the feeling of confidence in the
national capital was very great in the movement
of. Hooker, that the authorities relied on a
liant victory, and that the reknit would, be a
coinplete defeat of Lee's entire mote - mei:it • It
was reported on the streets of Washington city
that the position of Hooker was such as to give
him immense advantages, and that in a very
few hours the rebels would be startled with ,a
summons to battle such as they heveneier been
yet asked to answer. Our informant ~referred
to other important facts whichh we do not deem
it prudent to comment upon in this latitude.
Suffice it to write that if the people of Penn
sylvania are true to themselves and the national
government in this juncture, the 'result will re
pay any present sacrifice or peril they may be
called on to make or pass through.
1 o'clock A. M.—Dispatches received in mili
tary circles here seem to indicate that the rebels
are concentrating among the passes along the
Mountains in thesouthern border of the State,
evidently hesitating to ad vance, with theknowl
edge of Hooker being in their rear.
In the meantime they are ravaging the bor
der counties to subiist themselves.
It is supposed that the late heavy rains have
swollen the strearits_to_ such -an " tATI -aft to
retard their rapid .progress. Proper precati-
Hone have been taken to secure the railroad•
bridges on the supposed routes of the advance
of the enemy. •
The rebels , are evidently advancing towards
the State Capital in force.
Yesterday twc rebel cavalrymen were cap
tured near Chambersburg, who report that the
force of the rebels is twentpeight regiments of
infantry, five thousand cavalry, with twenty
pieces of artillery, mostly heavy. They are
constantly sending out small parties, gatheiing
up horses and subsistence.
A column of the enemy, six thousand strong,
with eight pieces of artillery, are reported to
have advanced from Merceisburg.
It is ascertained that' a number of the resi
dents along the border have sympathised with
the rebels and rendered them efficient aid.
A new military department has been formed,
under the command of General Dana, which
embraces the city of Philadelphia. •
THE VERY LATEST
O'CLOCK a. m.--Just before going to press
this morning, we heard a rumor on the street,
that our cavalry had an encounter with 'the
enemy somewhere in the valley. The rumor
conies to us in a shape in which we can
place Tellanoe, and we are inclined to be-
Reit) that the encounter was not wOoht
loss to our cavalry. We will give partici:par*
of this skirmish on our, bulletin the,
Morning, should the facts come to:our hand; •
FROM FORTRESS MOM&
FORTRESS MONROE, June-25.
The steamer B. R. Spaulding has arrived from
Newbern, N. C. Ste brings no news.
The schooner Jamestown arrived yesterday,
with the officers and crew of the 'United States
gunboat Sumter, which was sunk: four miles
from Cape Henry light, by beirig.run into'by
the steamer General Meigs, on the night Of the
23d instant. No one was lost by the accident,
end as the Sumter's smokestacks:-are out of
water, she can probably he raised.
"A: rain storm commenced here early this
morning,= and still continues at 5 o'clock.- It
has been greatly needed` in this vicinity.
Steamer on Fire at Sea.
The schooner Vision,at Wellfieet, - reports that
on Tuesday last, at 8 r. at. twelve miles S. S
W. of South Shoal Lightship, saw a side-wheel
steamer of about seven hundred tons on fire.
Remained by her until she sunk, but could not
ascertain her name.
The Pirates Alabama and Georgia.
NEW YORK, Jane 26
The rebel steamers< Alabama and Georgia
were still at Bahia, May 19th, coaling from a
British bark. Tbe authorities had ordered them
off, but there were no signs of their obeying the
order. • '
Rebel Raid la Indiana 'Tlayed Oat."
• Craciansai, Anne 26
The , rebel raiders into• Indiana have ell been
captured. The last story about a raid.of nine
hundred men- is a canard.
LATE FROM VICKSBURG•
The silver Noon, from Young's Point on
Saturday, the 19th, arrived at this city this
morning. lzhe beings nothing exciting from
Vicksburg. The siege is still progressing.
Giant is perfectly secure.
Heavy batteries are being placed in position
to rake the enemy's works.. The rebels still
hold out, in hope that Johnston will come up
to their assistance with a sufficient force to raise
the siege. These hopes are certainly delusive.
johnston's numbers are not sufficiently . strong
to attack, nor can the rebels reinforce him soon
enough for him to play any other than a seco3d
Parties arriving in this city from the South
represent tbe impossibility of a rapid massing
of the rebel troops,initlievidnitfof Vicksburg.
'A• gentleman well known throughout the
baited States who left . Johns.m's headquarters
n Saturday, the 1201 instant, states Johnson
is receiving . reinforcernektis very slOwly, owing
to the inadequate means. of-transportation,.
The difficulty sternsto lie in the fact, that the
railroads connecting East and West are of differ.
eat gauge, and consequently the rolling stock
cannot be transferred: 'This , ' very much re
tards their movements. '
CINCINNATI June 26.---We receive from a
gentleman, CINCINNATI ,
from our army besieging
Vicksburg, moat cheering advices.
Our army is sufficient to take the plan J.
No fears are entertained ad to Johnson's abil
ity to make an attack an Grant's rear that
Would disturb the operatiohs of the siege
Grant's position, as against John& n, is as
strong as that of Peniberton against Grant.
Indication...multiply that the rebel army in
Vicksburg must shortly surrender. The fire
upon the city is very heavy, and is believed to
"The rebel reply to our fire is not heavy and
The health of our army hrs been excellent,
but latterly heat and exposure has begun to
tell upon our tioops, though there are few cams
Of serious illness.
General Johnston is believed to be mainly
employed in preparations to defend the interior,
of Mississippi, after the fall of Vicksburg. The
rebel spirit of resistance in the Southwest is
burning itself out in harrassing but inconclusive
warfare along the river.
, Reinforcements under Generals Herron,
Parke, Washburn°, Fraith and others, had
reached Vicksburg and were takinglheir posi
tions. The rebels are believed to have con
structed, au interior line of defences, and are
preparing ,to abandon their pater wolks. ,
General.ld!Clernand is'aupersedediby General
Ord and is ordered to Illinois, and thence to
report to the War Department. Tardiness in
obeying orders, disobedience and assuming
credit for the conduct ofthe campaign in MIS
sissippi to the disparagement oflother officers,tire
the reasons assigned for'his Supersedure.
MORE REBEL IRON-OLADS GETTING RIADY-DIBAP
FiCTION AMONG. IRS 2ORTH CAROLINA TROOPS.
Advices from Newbern to the, 22d state that
_Wilmington report that two
rebel iron chi is, with five inches of plating on
eighteen inches of wood and mounting heady
guns, are about ready to make a raid on our
blockading squadron. They are about the size
of the first Merrimac, lay very deep in the
water, and' are able to make three or four
miles an hour.' • [This is nonsense. 'A vessel at
the size of the Merrimac could, not be floated
on the Wilmington river,]
Wilmington Is very stforigly frirtified and a
small force can hold it against great odds. The
officers here are in favor of a bitter prosecution
of the war, while the men desire the capture of
the city hy_the Yankees, end entertiin nothing
but mutinous regards for the rebel confederacy.
La the vicinity of•Wdmington, near the bor
ders of 8010 Carolina, large numbers of de
serters and conscripts are intreitched, and suc
cessfully resisting rebel authority, having had
three engagements already.
The reed Secretary , of War has ordered all
the North Carolina troops into other States for
immediate service, owing to the growing dis
satisfaction among them. Georgia and South
Carolina troops are to take their places in this
The women and, children on Cape Hatteras
Banks, numbering some 1,600, are in a very
destitute condition, and threatened with star
vation. Every man and boy thine able to bear
arms is voluntarily , doing military duty in-de
fence of the Union. Aid for these families
is hoped for from the North.
The fortifications in this department lire be
Gen. Foster has tendered (}en. Dix and the
tahhorities at. Washington the services of all
the nine months' men in his department.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
Business is partially suspended, and the
transactions in breadstuffs at the Corn Exchange
this morning were of an Unimportant charac
ter. There is no shipping demand for flour,
and only a few hundred barrels were disposed
of for the supply of the retailers and bakers at
$5 50®5 75 1) barrel for superfine, $5 871(8,
6 12* for extra, $6 2506 75 for extra family
and $7 up to $8 25for fancy brands—according
to quality. There is no movement in rye flour
Or corn meal, and no change from yesterday's
figure. The receipts of wheat are small, but
the demand is good at yesterday's quotations;
7,000 bushels Pennsylvania red afloat sold at
$1 60, some of fair quality at $1 48, and a
small lot of good white at $1 58. Bye is
steady at $1 05. Corn is scarce and prime
yellow readily commands 87 cents. Oats are
dull ; sales of 4,400 bushels Pennsylvania at 75
cents. Prices of barley and malt 'are nominal.
Whisky is held with increas d firmness; small
Sales of Pennsylvania and, Ohio barrels at 46&@
470; hhde. at 46 cents and drudge at 45 cents.
New Your, June 25.
Cotton has an advancing tendency ; sales of
1,000 bales at 65ja75. Flour declining ; but
the quotations are unchanged. Wheat is also
declining ; sales of 10,000 bushels; prices are
le lower ; ChicagOaning $1 17@,1 85 ;
wankee club $1 26031 85 ; red $1 43®1 48.
Corn is lower ; 80;000 bushels sold at 78®75c
Provisions quiet. Whisky dull at 443@45e.
Receipts of flour, 24,596 barrels-; wheat; 100,-
795 buslie , s; corn, 11,822 bushels.
dietsvatura, Jung 26.
Flour advancing and In better de/Maud.—
Wheat is 2@,Bc. higher. Com Mut at 85®86c
for White.. Whisky dull and nominal. Macon
is itettve. Shoulders sell _ „
BoirrON, June 26
Ilimpins, June 22, via CAIRO, June 23
LATER AND DITERFSTIBO 118031 VlO BEBBBO
FROM NORTH OAROIINA.
Nsw Your, Jane 26
PIIIIIADELPEUA, June 26
PRICE ONE CENT.
New York Money Markets
NEW Yong, June V.
Stocks are irregular; Cumberland Coal $117,;
Illinois Central Ballroscl, $1 02 ; Mtchlean
Southern, $1 16; New York Central, $1 20};
Reading,: slo3k; Missouri 6s, 68; Gold, $1 46;
One year's Certificates (new,) 981. Sugar is
firm. 160 bbls were sold at auction to-day at
1114124 c; Molasses firm; 600 bbls sold at
auction at 29(g43c.
HORSES, WAGONS ASND CA RT
JOHN ALCOB,N, Broad street, West Harris
burg, is prepared to furnish Horses, Carts
and Wagons to persons wishing hauling done.
Digging of Cellars personally attended to.
Hauling of any description promptly attended
An order box for the accommodation of
persons will be found in the TELEGRAM Print
ing Office, where orders will be received.
aplB 3m JOHN ALCORN.
LIQUID BENNE r.
LIQUID BENNET yields with milk the most
luscious of all deserts for the table ; the
lightest and most grateful diet for invalids and
Children. Milk contains every element of the
:bodily constitution ; when coagulated with
rennet it is always light and easy of digestion,
and supports the system with the least possible
excitement. When still greater nutritive power
is desired, cream and sugar may be added.
:A teaspoonful converts a quart of milk into a
firm curd. Prepared and sold, wholesale and
retail, by S. A. KUNICEL,
mys 118 Market street.
800 bbls. Prime New York State Apples
Buckwheat and Wheat Flour, Corn, Oats,
Feed, Dried Apples, Dried Peaches, Dried Black
berries, Hnckleberriw, Baspb'erries, Elder
berries, &a. Choice sugar-cured Haim, Skold
deur, Dried Beef, Lard, Mackerel, Codfish, Atc.
A prime lot of Oranges, Lemons, Figs, Raisins,
Candies, Sugar, Coffee, Bice, Candles, Spices,
Tobacco, Segars, &c.
A prime lot of Swest Cider just received.
Pure Cider Vinegar.
For sale wholesale and retail, No. 106 Market
street, Harrisburg, Pa,
11 us i.1:4T00K.!8 PECTORAL
;our langa weak I' Does a long breath
you Gain? Have you a hacking
cough ! von expectorate hard, tough mat
ter.? A.:e.v..you wasted with night sweats e and
want of at , cp t If so, here is slow remedy. It will
antproatiorurbly save you. Price $1 00.
1. Be ammo medicine has been used extensively
in this city with good results. For sale at
ViritElMlTa IrliVED3=-4kaste American Writ-
F r log Fluid, a splendid luk, at 62 cents
per quart; ARNOLD'S gamble Writing Fluid,
HARRISON'S Columbian Writing Fluid,
LAUGHLIN & BUSHFIErIYS Ink. Copying
Ink, Carmine and Red lake of the best quality,
Blue Ink, 'Mucilage, &c., at
sp6 SCHEFFER'S BOOKSTORE.
CIROICE LOT OF TOBACCO—including Con
gress, Cavendish, Navy, Span Roll, &c.,
very low, just received by
NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
Cor. front and Market streets.
nOAL OIL I COAL OIL! !—A large invoice
V of coal oil, which we offer very low, at less
than manufacturer a present price, just received
and for sale by NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
je24 Cor. Front and Market ate.
OAT Ei CART & B RO.,
SHIPPED NO GOODS AWAY
DURING THE PANIC,
Consequently have a heavy stock to sell
AS LOW AS EVE& NO HURBITG.
We have nont dieplay of empty shelves.
CATHCART & BRO.,
Next to the Harrisburg Bank.
HAMS—Exclidor EMS, in large and small
quantities, which we are able to sell lower
than any store in town, Call and examine.
NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
'6B Corner Front and Market Sta.
YOST received, the largest assortment is the
J city, by OF.O. W. PARSONS,
aplg3taw2w 110 Market street.
30,000 ELVIS of , the
and =canvassed, at the very lowest price.—
Every ham sold warranted, at
NICHOLS & EOWMAN'S
Oor. Front and Market a..
FI.SH—We are now offering very low, a lot
of choice Mackerel, in barrels, halves,i
quarters and kits.
NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
.e 8 Cor. Front and Market Streets.
QALT, ground, alum, Ashton and dairy, in
L.. 3 large or small quantities, by
NICHOLS & BOWMAN ,
al Our. Front an i Market street.
nIIANGES AND LEMONS—Another lot of
V Oranges and Lemons just received and for
sale by NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
my2o Cor. Front and Market streets.
PRESERVED FRlflrti, hermetically sealed,
in cans and jam, of all descriptions, and of
the most delicious character, for sale by
f 6 WK. DOCK, JR., & CO.
TIXTRA FAMILY FLOUR—A lot of very
.124 choice extra family flour, juetreceived and
for sale by NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
my2O Cor. Front and Market streets.
FlSH.—Another large lot of Mackerel and
Herring, in all sizes of packages, barrels,
halves, quarters and kits, for sale low by
NICHOLS I BOWMAN
Cor.lront and Market Sirede
COAL OH. LANTERNS, that do not need
any chimney, and no wind will pat the
light out. Call and exaudne at
NICHOLS d. BOWMAN,
13 Cor. Front and Market' Sta.
FRENCH and ENGLISH BLACKING, war
ranted not only to retain the polish of but
to preserve the leather itself. For sale by
f 6 WH. DOCK, Js., & CO.
ANOTHER lot of Beautiful ALBUMS, at
jels No. 18 Market gtreet.
SUGARS for presenting, of all kinds, call and
examine, at 1110110 LS & BOWMAN,
jelo Oor. wont and Market BM.
W. H. BIBLE & CO.