Pennsylvania daily telegraph. (Harrisburg, Pa.) 1857-1862, August 23, 1859, Image 4

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CHANGE OF SCHEDULE
ON TEN
IMIMMIIMIiONIig
_
PENNSYLVANIA RAIL ROAD
(yl4 t eTEß .ter . ll,22.Y,
. APRIL
Ms Railroad *lli arrive at and leave Rag; &a wi l lot
01/31 - .
- - - - RAS TWARDe
atitoii.iiir .. llllearilia 4 t 224; M., Mid leatret atl.ll7A.
ri .. 0 0 424 ptinv ii r4i?ortatms.
oy, "ter. on lags, r 8 urg, , , Wn,
at at
,: 1 4 „,:: 4 7 . 60 41 / - • a . i 60 , t i i .
OH arr vein - . A. ,
. thlitAtll..aire at Whi ar tV,E 6r r.r.r i ,
I VlAn ig i jo r, on. Place, h , wg.
clulVll y . 01(11Arhiladall.f.14
.-; • ..
- .11,T. J A mmODAtION =kW vra H. sad L 8..
8., leaves at 7.60 A. M.,StOpa at tlle way station, eon.
weeia-griih tbo LANCASTER. VAIN which arrivea at
Philatfelt i t LIAO P. IC' _ ,_:„ ..,
e. via the Harrisburg and -Lancaster r ,
toiiii . /..44 . p.m.a „yawl 'At 1.10. P. .66.,, - et :at
wn Rialii6 own; It. Joy; liiiestet6r,Lemon
ebwerralAsta s , Downingtown, and all regular Stations
gait 'of 'Do gtown, and arrhee - at Philadelphia at
• " 1 11/.26111:llta ACCOMMODATION ' TRAIN via ' the
Branch Raves at 8.60 P. 8., slops at all the way
statlobE and arrives at Philadelphbt. at WM P. M. •
1 W A. 13.0
THRDOGII I 111 :641T i l Igqi heves Philadelphia at 11, P. IL,
It i leix
aft et at 2.68 A. IL, leaves at 8.10 A.
Id. . elsg Pi barifs , it IRO P. AIL ,
- g Colanib leaves Phi at 7-.26
A. 4 vim at, Harriette g 012.20 P. M., leans at
12.40 P. - IL, And *irides at Pittsburg at 12.00 midnight.
MT: Joy ACCOMMODATION TRAIN leaves LANCAS.
7181 it 10.82 A. IL, arriVett at 12.80 P. M.
FAST - LINN leaves Philadelphia at 12 M., arrives at
aarrlebur at 8.46 P. M., leaves at am P. 11., arrives at
111: 11.alitri ACCOMMODATION TRAIN kevee Phil a.
thiptitsen2.4o P. IL, arrives at 8.10 P.M.
- ' -A. 1.:110111IPORT. •
' Rilif, I. Alt Zlivilioß Peirsivissais fiailroad.
',mar - -
1859. 1 ' • 1859.
No Central Railway I
NOTICE.
OEANGE OF SCHEDULE.
Iv IND AFTER MONDAY, MAI .2,
MC the Peetehitet Tiainto on the Notthein Central
Bathyal . will hairy amkarrtve at Itartisburg as follows
BOWTH•
BHYPALO AND N1A.062# =PREM .
Zvng. riffs... Fes, .Beglthnote.
Lave Harrisburg 2:415 A. XI Leave Ilaitimore 8.00 P. N.
ArriveinHaltimoreSaia.m. I Arrive iiitiarrlib'g7.26g.m.
MOST H 383 ..
/rem Fi tn;re*rg. :Front
Leave Berifeliert 1.15 Leaveleilitiiore r
..6.00r. Y.
Arrive In BalUse'ol2.ls Pat; I Arrive inHarriebiglo.4or.x.
MAIL TRAIN. •
Ifrons'Harrubrirg, - • Nom Baltimore.
Leave 1.20 14 Ll: l ave Itinimore..l.3o
*Tire_ 10 . 3elesremill.2Ar.x. Arrive InHarrieleg#AoAat.
— The Wily train leavieg tor timers on 13enderwill be
tte 7.1,5 , n. rt. ,
NORTH.
JuiLTRAni.
thin Odstieburg.. /WA TR Jimmied.
islvitnirrietargl2.4(vP*. Ilisiovithainspo a..m.
orPetniqll4fiunsosloo".x. I Antireintiarilible2l4*.x.
Bun= AND - Nisils. =piss.
. Pram williamiore.
Mower HarAibpg. 7:40 P. n. I LivOrilltazosport 10.00 Pal.
Arlin f A 11391011 Harriab'er.l6 'Jae.
For NAM, inlbrration 0110 e.
• .)• , • ; • •
Gone: al Spporbateprient;
r , • • • JOIRTIV. NALL, Apati.
, 7,iiirbabo , 1,47 2,1859.-4 , 18411 f. .
:,0 . H . 1. L A . D_E 3C,.. P i1.,k4
..grApf - Npr 44.11 .4
_49_41).
SUMMER, . ARIIKANGRIYIEST,
. .
AprillB . 9 1859.
140: PASSENGER TRAINS LEAVE . .DARRIDSIthe
DATIX, (Sexidaya excepted) at 8.00 A. M., and 2.45 P.
M. lor Plodladelph* arriving there at 12.50 noon and
7.410 r.
TuavigNutea, UAW: VICILADELPH.Lt at 7.80 A. M.
8.80,p. N., arriving at N.Ortibtßg at 12.40 noon add
8.25 P. R.,. . .
FAREBI-47.0 Thlladelphh4 No. 1. Oora; $8.25 ; No. 2 On
istr a pi,ys2.7o.
Readlikt, SUM and 11.80.
RV Nihau*, cowed tritit trains ' for Pottaylite, Ifindra
vlBlo, rionanuo,Tldiitirhaa;Ao.
• FOUR TRAINS LEAVE READING FOR PHILADEL.
MI& DAILY, at OA. N.,10.18 A N I 1 2.80 noon and
hO6 D. M. •
lam FRRADMIPRIA FOR READING at 7.80 A. 11.,
TAO VOL ; 8.80 P. M.,and 4.46 P:
FARM 1-Raiding to Philadelphia, $1.75 add $145.
• IRE 14uANING[TRA1N FROM ELARRlssuma CON
14Ras AT 'READING with , up trahi , ftir Wilkatbarre,
Prandlaradlon.
throdgh Get* and other intortnadon mato
ATOM,
apls-dtf_ °emeriti Agent.
- 111,Radelphis' c. ant.Readiog, a 44 /gamma
valley Branch Railroad.
REDDOTION OF TOLLS. ON IRON ORE.
qti AND AFTER MAY 16, 1869,, the
• ollo ate wing Tolle will bo charged per Tenor B p ooo lbs.
In Vas : ' • •
yor, S
1-0 1 nallea, 21 com a For 80 85 calleo, 18 cents. da.
• 0 0
15 " 488 0 “
. 60 41 86 "
__ 10 me gg 0 46 4. gg u
. 46 " 67
" . ' 6 31 4414,
vemou ' - PalWaf. *Pirkfiendad.
DR. BRUNO
O(tSQ.MTRATED REMEDIES.
FOli; DELICATE DISEASES:
` .NOL4:•:IItWGREST RlSVP7ER.—Sposidtlyeradicatce ell
the een effects of self Abuse, Ruches gfiAtsFitt debility,
lw of memory, westing ittay" of the organs, o any
o&atitutional.deringuneabs as impotency; and Ireaknees
Of the sexual organs, brought on by the unrestralnod in.
dolgentSt'et the PUMOIIII.. 'Prim one dollar
CONCEMATED cure in
"eight daYs, any nese of gonothmea, is wittiont taste or
smell mad replies no reacrictlon of diet. Moe one dollar.
No.. 807CONUSTRATED TElll33.The use of this
remedy "fir bum. Glad la.a shortthie, and: r mmehow
eertigoateforpla affected alba; all otherigluroe failed
this silo tastelessand withotit ' Pita - One dollar.
No. 41.--CQNLittandfBn NUNN/IR.—ls the only
realeady hhowa that will poelthroly care striottirmot the
tiblitatter of "hour . long standing` or negkened the
cue may La. Price one dollar.
Mo. 6 - „,,,NTEItERCIJAW.;. PILLS.—Au persona who
have wair4laireatfaltMl gifikatotersr,gahich retadaa
~1111antelat for para,ftasiog eo many _chronic
oar
owtilm„2_'"!
dorsed by the County of the State Capttalt,
,of Pennsylvania; we congratulate Attor
ney General Black that he ; succeed so
well, and we have no doubt that upon his
*Oval home, the old man will welcome
him with the plaudit a odand faithful
go
~
~ 9
Jeremiah!" ' /
/ _____
knnoglvattia IDetitp iirdtgrap4, euttibaß afternoon, august 23, 1959.
Busintgs ads.
GEORGE W ZEVOALLA,
WATCH MAKER AND JEWELLER
ILARICAT MUM,
HARRISBURG, 00 411 4 a
Li 0117031111 TRIUONIS BOUM
IaciONSTANTLY on hand every variety of
moms ANDIirdTORIN3,End a large and elegant
rtmenief JEWELRY and SILVER WARE, at reagotia•
ba. prices: Repairing done promptly a nd In-the bUt
itykt. . ' . 111y6417:
PROP. L9)OLP.II- TEUPSER,
WOULD . respectfully inforp his -old
v 'plltrimniiiid the publics generally;' wit
continue to give instructions on the- PIANO FORTE, EL
LODRON, VIOLIN and also In thilineience of THOROUGH
BASS. Be will w'th pleasure wait upon pupilii at Weir
homes at any hoar desired, or lessons will be given at
his residence, in Walnut street, three doors below Fourth.
decsl6-dtf
DR. J: W. MOPFIT
OFERATINS AND 1111011ANIC4 DEMIST,
nEFICE and residence No. 19 South
Sectmdetreet, one door below Belker's Hardware
store, and opposite the Presbyterian Church, malaise
tures teeth expressly for each particular case. All dirt
eases of the month carefully treated. Every op:ration
warranted. Charges moderate. Office hours from '8 to
12 A. It indfrom to 6P. M. n0v25,,68.d1y
GRAAT ATTRACTION...
„
NEW TEMPLE OF ART.
ROBERT R. BARR begs leave most re
spectfully to intim the Ladies and Gentlemen of
Harrisburg, out Strangers viaitibg the Capital, that .he
has opened a NEW DAGGERREAN GALLERY in BRANT'S
CITY HALL, Where likenesses in every style will be
taken at prime to snit the times. Photographs on
Enamelled Metal, an entirely new style of pictures. They
can be readily sent by Mill mithoutertra postage Cheap
truthful entlntifading Christman pressing Please call at
the Temple of Art. R R. BARE, '
dens-di: Proprietor and Mill.
NEW FIRM. NEW GOODS
NEW PRICES
THE SUBSCRIB ERS .having succeeded
1 to the WHOLESALE AND-RETAIL GROCERY BUSI
NESS of Maier& GROSS' & TONKEL, at WALNUT
STREET-WHARF , would respectfully , announce to the
citizens of Harrisburg and vicinity, that they are pre•
pared - to offer for sale a large and•coiniffete' assortinent, of
Groceries, Provisions,
Piidi, Salt,
Grain, Flour, .
Roe, in great variety,
Queenswari, Paints,
l OUs, . Pawl,
Glass, Nails, .
Cement, dko.
Our Large SPRING STOCK, purchatled in Philadelphia
and New York, and now arriving, has been selected
with much care, and will present great inducements to
close buyers. . , .
We intend 'to keep FIRSTMLASB 1300likand WILL
NOT BE UNDERSOLD, and hope by honorable dealing to
merit and receive eahare of patronize. -
ruar24-dtf A. ROBINSON Se CO.
BTONEWARE MANUFACTORY
HARRISBURG, PENNA.
rIIHIS *ell-known Stoneware Mannfacto.
ry, lately conducted by JoNu Yawl s . & Co., be
passed into the bands of the undersigned, who trill tea
dune to manufacture and keep on band a hill escort.
meat of
STONEWARE:
This Ware has, latelybeen very mach unproved in the
body and glatting,undbi warranted 'rtrperiOr in staterial
quality and finish to any Btonewro manufactured in the
Mato, and not .surpassed by any made in the 'United
States. Purchasers thotatches beft the judges. Much of
our process is not known to other maninacturere, which
give us a decided advantage. Our clays are all obtained
in New Jersey and vicinity are selected by a careful
agent and chemically prepared, (by one of the oldest
Potters In this country) so as to form ajfint body. The
glaze Is free from, all poisonous' matter, being composed
common Salt and Clay. There is nothing in the glazing
hat can .injure , spy onepipple butter or anything else
may beitept in if withpelect sqfety; as there is no pollen
aboutitzs there lain the common red eartzenware.--
Wilt and Witter keep much better in this material than it
doed In meat. It does not absorb any part of what
marina put into it. All merchants wishing to keep on
hand a superior article ofStoneware will send their orders
to Harrisburg, and we will warrant it as above. Al
orders;will be promptly-filled and forwarded: for addi
tional tolbrmatien, or price -lists of the Ware' address
stugb , dtf. ' - Wit NOTKR.
NEW 'SPRING ODB
• LADY'S s OLOTHING
AND
FURNISHING HALL,
CO.R. THIRD AND. MARKET STS.
•
FINE BLK. FROCK COATS from $5.00 to $15.00.
SPRING CAS. . a.OO
BUCK CAS. F4S'IE from 3.00 , t 7.00.
FANCY 2.00 6.00.
PLAIN AND FANCY SILK irEsra, 2.00 0 , 00
SUMMER SUITS AS LOW AS 3.00 4.00.
AISO, a fine assortment of BOYS' CLOTHING.
aprB-cltf
WM. J. STEES,
CARPENTER AND 30513E4
CORNER WALNUT AND FIZONe LIME=
OBBINU of all kinds done at short
lej notice, in good style, and on reasonable team
aprS-dtt
JOEL W. GLOVEIt,
IttlEewczalaztaat:
WYETH'S BUILDING MAIUDIT STREW,
As JUST RECEIVED FROM NEW
H
'2lirk and Philadelphia; it largeaiiirvaried'sniek of
SPRING DRESS GOODS, comprising new and beautiful
styles of 'CLOTHS PI AIN and PaNGINZIASSIMIGIR3, and
bilk, Satin and Marseilles VEMINGS, which will be sold
at reasonable prices, and made up go order in the best
sty re asonable
. . merle
.
- F EEDER ,
CHERRY ALLEY, (between Second and
Third streets,) Harrisburg, having returned from
the city of Philadelphia, where he "elected 'a Splendid
Stock of Goods, begs leave to inform the public that he
is now prepared to manufacture UMBRELLAS AND
PARASOLS, of the latest style and In the most work
manlike manner ; and also, to execute all kinds of re
pairing at the shortest notice. He therefbre solicits a
share of militia patnontige. • • apr9-dein
NEW SPRING' GOODS
GEORGE CUNKLE'S
AiLo
FURNISHING BAZZAR,
66 MARKET mar HaiRRIBPIMG, PA.
MEE Subscriber returns .thanks.for the
xbastpatronage thrdegh the Season just •closing:
and desires to call the attention of •Iltizens, Members of
the Legislature arid Strangera , to We NEW SPRING STYLE'
of Goods, which will bo made up to order in short notice
and in the best manner. A full and commplete assort
ment of GENTS FURNISHING GOODS, Winchester &
Cols Celebrated Aires and Collars, &is.
ALSO, an assortment of well made CLOTHING of his
own noutnfactare.. . aprl-dtf
JNO. H. BIiIItRYHELL. HY. H. EMUS.
BERRYHILL ECKELS,
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW.
rpHE undersigned having entered into
1 co-partnership in the practice of Law, will give
prompt attention to all busin, as intrusted to their charge
OFFICE tt smut street, betweefi Second and Third
streets, Harrisburg. JNO. H. BERRYHILL,
apre-dir WM. H. ECKELS.
VANILLA BEAN!
VANILLA BEAN I
VANILLA BE 1r
CHEAP AND 131TP - 11-R1 oit 1
f":',HEA.P AND SUPERICIIC
DRALERs will and it to their a
:
- *Nexamine the bean andget prices.
^...de at city prices, in Harrisburg by
C 8 Emma,
•
No, 91 Market Street, ,
Text door below Fourth Street. ,
whasel
DS, DUX PENS, GUM
=can, far Bele at
RR' Cala BOOID3TORE,
a I flab* street
story is
and iatereart ,
tire State.
filiect.llantons.
EBY & KUNKEL,
WHOLE SALE GRACE R SI;
OPPOSITE TER rranee DEPar,
aareirriumblir a,
Beg leave to 84 to Merchants and Hotel
Keepers, that they have recently hioretuied
their facilitiee for getting
GOODS FROM NEW kosti4
PHILADELPHIA AND BALTIMORE,
And would hereby call' the attention of
all purehasers to their
LARGE STOCK OF LEADING ARTICLES'
WHICH TEXT ABB
SELLING AT CITY PRICES!
ADDING MIGHT*
Orders for the following goods will be
promptly filled
et'Him ) , SUPWs Molasses,
Teas, Tobacco, Clgant,
Soaps, Candles, Fluids,
Ch•wm), Spiess, iMw%elly
Bacon, Hams, 911,.Tar,
Fish, Salt, Coaa 6 ts tMa des
c3-±td
TIMOTHY AND SEED,
IRON, NAILS, Acc, 4ic., &O.
Herramatrao, February 264 f. '
FLOUR GROCERY
PROVISION STOkIR I
VVO. 100 KLELKICT STREW, ,AUBMIII7I2O.*
E SUBSCRIBER having now OfilD•
piston hut arrangements Olt a conitant supply of
Flour, Saint Lours Ws, Double Extra Plour, one of the
beat brafidanow manufactured to mm , Uniad *stem.—
Likewise Southern Ohio Star BrandjiaVery .
These brands are made of the very hest white *h
the country, and may be relied on saa superior FAMILY
FLOUR.
ALSO, Hostetter% Mxtra White WheatliWly Flour, a
good article. Also, some of Metal; or Riperfine
County Brands,.all of which will be sokl.atflaw.as can be
don and warranted to be what they are.mretiwted:
Buckwheat Meal, a very pure andle ar
ticle ; Corn Meal, always fresh, Mill Peed, to:,
Corn and Oats, by the bushel, or small measure. „
PROVIIONS.—Hams, Dried Beef,- $ enpeilks , article,
'Tongues, Balognas, to.
PROWS.—Green Apples, Lemons, to. ihied , 'Prilis,
Dried Peaches pared, a fine article tutparedrpriesi
plea, Cherries, 'Elderberries, Blackberries, Curium,
Balms, Figs, Mateo' ar.o., to.
NDTS.—Shell-barks, Ground-nuts, Walnuts, English
Walnuts.
POTATOES, Country Soap beat quality, latiVigeans,
Hominy, beat quality Vinegar. Oak dod Hickory Bushel,
ajd half Bushel, and Harketikudietu, Brookes, - lxi.;
4s my terms are cash, with the Motto of cfflusiill Peeing.
and Quick Sales" I hope to give satialhation to all who
may favor me with a. call and puiciliasecin thy lld of
business. jan.2llltf _ KIIIPNRIL
.;BUSINESS 1N1N5,..41 c -ION!!
VERY superior BIANKBOOKS, with or
without printed beadloge. Paireal made to order at
64 Market street, Harrisbeig, ht.. Made no an sloe or
pattern, and much more sabstaittlal thin el , t3r 'Work. A
fair trial is solicited. Full eallareetke inuntiteed. Per.
nodar attention given ball kinds OF Comity work. Or.
dere by mail promptly 1111.0.
HAVING secured the sole Agen
BOND'S “IiCkcITON CRACKERS," I have Just re
ceived a fresh invoice Of tho foliciaring varieties, arnioirl
can sell al oily prices, wholesale or retail :
GRAILSII BREAD,
OYSTER ORAORBBS, -
BOSTON MACS:mks
. .
TOAST BISCUIT,
IT/218 BISCUIT,. • : -
MILE BISCUIT,
SODA BISCUIT.
WM. D 15014 - J l 4
oppirsitp che 'caul
~Hoase.-.
JOSEPH GAMY. JO* W. 11110 ; WIL
CASEY & BROW N,
HARRIBBII-E.G,• PENN'A.
HAYING associated - togetbet- 'lli the.
rdactice_nf Alm law ' will attend faithfully and
promptly to all professional business entrusted to their
care.
Office in Third street three doors from Market,
N. B. Consudations iµ Mulish and German.
mar23-dhwtf
TCH HERRING 1 1---Direot from
Amsterdam, in store and for sale by
WM DOCK, Js.
BOsTON 0.400 : S.
pl-33Sli r ' d a pew invoice - of Howard
&cces:CL I C;CIES, among them a beauMthl March
Gallery Marble Clock. Call anct:see them it the
junll-2re EAGLE WORas
VORY AND PEARLPOLDRRS, and Pa
catteii - avartous atyla , for sale at. BARON=
iipsoostators, aylttlasitriat.
la. W. I:iirogs $L go.
.. ,2,,,,,:•, , 0
''°,,-57Y- p
I .
- , r7
Olk
C1.1F,R.--......,'
D. W. GROSS & CO.,
WHOIMISALIC Aniritamtm
DRUG G. I..STS:f
No. 19
MARKET STREET,
HARRISBURG, PENN'A.
DRUGGISTS, PHYSICIANS, STOR E -
KEEPERS AND CONSUIdERS,
We are doily adding to our assortment of
geode all such artioleala are desirable, and
would respectfully call your attention to the
largest and best selected stook of
DRUGS, CHEMICALS 4 PAINTS,
Oil, audd Glues,
fte46tuffi, Guns ilia
putty
Artist pidors and Toad;
Pure Ground Alpine;
Burning Fluid and Alcohol,
amid. Phi. Onsil *
Bottha L w. auad Louse Glakcis,
~ioyp., ~=ion~er red_ibr~.,.
aps., ans., dge..
With a generi4 variety of
sie
selected fiote' the bilk hiiiintiettirets and
Pei utiera of Europe and this country.
Being veiny large desk= in
Psdnte, „WhiteZead,
Linseed 011, liraildsheei
awls.Aitists
cOlors, Bat std
Artisti
ti all their vitaieties,
COliftrt and. Bronzes
of All kinds,
We resPwthillY blvite a adit feenng
4ent tliaf we' can seri* the wants of tili
on Wilzig to' theiir satisfaction
M I T* 1 - TELTEC I
aceris; limn as VOMIT'S POROZWIDT TEETH.
PATENT MEDICINES AND HAIR RESTORATIVES
Of all kinds, direct from the: Proprietors.
,
1340KIEUR„AlfiD CONCENTItAZIED
. . . .
Wholesale Agenbl foiSaponifielyarhibb we
sell as low aa it can be pnrolgteed in the
cities:, - •
9ORRIPIEI FLAVORED
O . O, : D . „"Etv, : A.g - 01 i .I, gl.t. y,.,
containing 85 per cent. of Oil, it has the
ad*antage over the oil of being palatable and
notnanseating to the most delicate stomach.
Phyticianeivhofaver the *pine of the
. -
Mena° of Medicine, we invite your'atten
tion to
*HAVER'S MEDICAL FLUID EXTRACTS,
believing a trial of them willestablish their
superiority, and secure your preference
for, and confidence in them.
RARXERS- AND GRAtitTOS,
Those of you who have not given our
HORSE and CATTLE POWD s a trial
*now not their superiority, advan.
tags they are in keeping Hor d Cattle
healthy and in good condition.
Thousands can testify to the profit they
have derived from the use of our Cattle
Powder 'by the increasing quantity and
quality of milk, besides improving the
general health and appearance of' their
Cattle.
Our long experience in the business
gives us the advantage of a thorough
knowledge of the trade, and our arrange..
meets iu the cities are such that we can in
a very short time ftituish anything apper
taining to our line of business, on the best
of terms.
Thankful for the liberal patronage be
stowed on our house, we hope by strict
attentionto business, a careful selection of
PURE DRUGS,
at fair prioes, and the desire to please all,
to. merit a continuum of the favors of a
lUtbiLaL
DR. JOHNSON,
Baltimote Lock Hospital,
H al i discover r ed e t d h y e in ag e ist Certand
for , speedy
DIREMILS OF IMPRUDENCE
=LIM IN arc ro rwirra Houma
go Amory or Nortows .Drwor.
N` A cam miataiarnv, 01 wto cams, la Ism Oss so
Two DArs."ll4
Wenthatit of the Back or limbs, Strictures, Piton In
the Loins, Affections of the Kidneys and Bladder
Weakness, Nervous Debility, Decay of the Physital Ori L a t
erg, Dyspepsia Languor, Low Spirits, Conitslon of Ideas
palpitation of the Heart,Hisidity, TreMblings, DIMAS. OS
right or Giddiness, Disease of the Stomach Affections of
the Head, Throat, Nage or Skin—those terrible dißardelr' 11
arising from the indrigmetion or Solitary Habits of Youth—
those dreadful itiddistructfre practices which Produce
oonstitutional debility, render 1:111/7111/0 impoindble,
destroy both body and Ini.nd.
_YOUNG LYN
Yang men espethllly Who have bedlame the vkdirth el
solitary Vice, that dreadful and destructive habit which
annually sweeps town untimely grave thousands oryotma
meat oldie tnatheillted talent and brilliant intellect who
mightotherwise have entranced listening Senate's,' the
thunders of eloquemee, or waked to eastasy theliving lyre,
may oallwithfullconfdence.
akUU3SAGII.
Married pensions, or thassothilamigiting nurriage,bekos
some of jibrical weakness, sbmild immediately moult
Or. J., and be restored to perfect health.
DEGANIO WEAKNESS.
kawieslialdy Owed asdfsill Vigor Reared
He who places himself under the care of Dr. J.,:1
religiously confide in his honor aim patina; and 0
&tally rely upon his skill as a physician.
sir Mk* No. 7 South Frederick street, Baltimore, Md.,
on the lefthand aide going from BalUmbre stied, 7 doors
hem the corner. Be partkrular in observing the name
and number, or you will mistake the place. Be particular,
ttir 4ounvott, Trifling Quacks, with false names, or .Polirs
Mosby; ,
lurkarblihmtm, attracted by the reputation of Dr.
Johnston near.
Ain ettes. waist contain a Postage Stamp, to moon the
reply.
DR. JOHNSTON.
Da. JONVITOX member or the Ronal:Mktg° of Sorge=
Lor.dsu, grednale from one of the mostemtnentOollesesol
the L. at us, and the greater part of whine hu been
spent in the Hospitals of London, Perth. Philadelphia end
elsewhere, has effected some of the mostitMmiiih cures
that were ever known. Many 'ambled with ringing in the
ears and bead when asleep, great nervousnees, being
alarmed at sudden sounds, bashildnees, with frequent
bleebiric attended sometimes with derangement{ or mind
were cured inunedlatray
14 1 ! , ,V 1 :401.0Pri:Etrpi(..ri
addresties all those who have lahlred,theM
selves by private and improper indulgences, that more
and solitary habit which ruins both body and mind, an
Oiling them fore:titer 'bUldnes6 dowlMW
These are shme of the had and mitienehoiy Mewls pro.
dated by early habits 'of• youtlitvis : Weakens of the
Book and /Atone, Pains in the Head, hinmess of arlibti
boas ofidasonbir Power, Palpitation of the H nysPeP.
IM, Nervous Deree of the •
renetions, Gleinetal DebilitySomeof Genstuzip
ko.
M ANTA=
Aterstaft, the limultal ethane on the mind are mash to be
dreaded , Contagion orldeng; Dopess
gion of Spirit!, 11 it Aver/don to &deg, soil
dittraitylove Of Solitude, , are some of the
aril effects. - -
Thowfundsa, pekoes broil ages, can stowiudge what Is
the ofkae-Of tlidr do:Sluing health, hieing theft vigor, be
oomkgErreak, sok, nervous ono moulat i ed. have a *go.
kr appearance about the eyes, cough, kid symptom of
eousunketou. .
YOUNG Mci .
who have injured' thisaindms by a certain graistlen, in
Mited in when sinne—a habit fraquinitlylearled from
evil Companion; or at school, the ants of which are
nightly felt, even when asleep, and It lot eared, renders
marriage impcssible s and destroys both mind and hody
should apply finmeftitely.
What • pity that. a yonng nun, the hope of his country
the darling . of his parents, should be snatched from .1
=fed ifidersente life , by Meeonisqueliont`o
nom the path or ammo, and Indulging Is a
oeitain secret habit. Snob person must, beforeaontem
MARIAM
Meat Chit a mind Mind and body are the most nerve
airy mulattos to promote commbhd happtheee.. Pedeed
without those, the journey through life homilies &mew ,
~Map ; the prospect hourly darkens to-;he view
the mind trauma ehoeleared with despair, and tilled wttb
the melancholy reflection that the happiness of another
be blighted with our own. - -
DR, JOHNSTON'S TNTIGORATING BNYIDY TOR
ORGANIC WHAIENHIS
. _
.11y this great and - important Makedy, Weakneeioithe
Orgenupre speedily cured, and full Tiger restored.
Thonsisids of the most nervous and debilitated who
had hit all hops. have bean Immediately'rolleired; All
impedimenta to Mortlide, PhYldeal Air Mental Diasnalid
cation Nervous .Trembling,lredinelis Or litthatiallith 01
theanoet fearful kind, speedily cured. _
• . TO STRaNGEfftff
e many thousands cured at this Institution witldn the
last tware years, and' the numerous Important Surgical
Operations tieritormed by Dr. J., witnessed by the re
porters of the papers, and many other persons, notices o
which have appeared again and again 'bolero the'publie,
besides his standing, as a gentleman V character mid re.
tponsibility, is a Sufficient guarantee to the afflicted
DISEASE OF IMPRDDENGIL—When liternisguided 'and
-ft - Oudot votary of pleasure finds he has Imbibed.the
seeds of this ealutni disease, it too often happens that en
th-timed sense shame or dread of discovery deters him
from applying to 'thine who, from education and, re
spectability Caa alone-befriend aim,' delaying till the
cons tlutiOlial. symptoms (WOW horrid disease make their
appearance, affecting the head, throat, nose, skin, 80.,
programing on with frighttni rapidity, till-death. pats a
Period to his dreadful sufferings by sending him to "that
bourne from whence no traveller returns.' , It is a maim.
0114 , fact thatthemuseds fall victims to this terrible dis
ease, owing to the unsidifillness of ignorant predenders,
who, by tiltinge of that deadlypeisme, messy ruin the
00Datltifilon and make the residue of life miserable .
Ito Stranger; =fee Doctor's Diplomas bang Lu
sap letters must contain a Stamp to us outhe reply.
` Remedies sent by Nail.
Aar No. 7 Bata Frederick street, Baltimore
,
WEEP=S
PATENT
SEWING
Have gidamd- the mudidence
of all who use them, and
proved one of the roost
valuable inventions or the
age. They use a Shuttle,
making the Lock Stitch on
both sides ottbaolothalike,
I or pulled put.
with the highest raechankal skill,
no warranted to work well on all kinds of goods,
from the lightest Fabric to Heavy Leather: In particular,
we would call the attention of all to our Fluidly Pegging
Machine. It nes been manufactured expressly gar
Family Use. and has mat favor from all. It is ao simpli
fied as to reader it almost impoesible to get out of order,
or derange its operations, indeed it is so siniple,egsto
astonish - one Abut so email a piece of meehanismwill sew.
Below, we give a description of the digerent styles of
the Weed Patent:-
No. 1, Is a very conVenlent style,
.whlch. be
worked by hand or loot, on or off ha own table. 'For con
venience of shipping, and also for large mintitaMories.
where it is necessary to place a number or Machines
Into a long bench, making one table summer ler theinial.
Price $9O
No. .2 With Walnut or Mahogany Table, either -witho r
without Box Top, which locks down. Price $lOO and 1110.
No. 3, Same size as No. 2, bat runs with a belt, and
at a much higher rate of Speed. This klnd'is well adapt.
tal to manufacturing Clothing. or Leather "Work.
'ibis is realty the cheapest Machine in the market, - as
there lamp work done on a Sewing Machine that it will
not do. It is confidently asserted that this Machine funs
eagle than any machine now in use. Price $lOO.
No. 4. This Machine has a longarm, to - accommodate
arse work. It runs at a bizher rate of speed, roes
easily, and Is, without: a dolibt, the best Machine for
Tailors , use, ever offered to the public. It is also pecu
liarly 'fitted for Plantation work, as it is very simple ye
substantial and durable, 'with but little liability to go
out - oil order', Price K 2%
No. 5; This ts a new and cheaper .style, and , a general
favorite for - Family Light'Leather, and a' reatvariety of
work. It has been gotten up with reference to furnishing
a strong and durable, yet' light and tasty Machine, Stu
Ease pr oa than -slither of the above. It rans.very amyl
rapidly, and iii Pronounced the beat machine flosr le
mar for Ego.
No. 6, This is a. Machine gpt. Up On _all .entiralydlaiw.
Principle, diffinein from anything ever before offered to
the public, and we confidently assert that, for family use.
It h as not en equal. It In Vc.yy light and tasty, runs very
rapidly, is almost nolaeltisla its operation, and :uses A
STRAIGHT NEEDLE. - It is sonrrauged as to be Utterly
imposisble for it to miss Stitches. It has a tension on
both sides, and carries a large supply of thread on the
under spool, The motions are gained by two small cranks
that run without perceptible noise. The two threads arc
worked in such a manner as never to both pull at the
same time, and consequently, little liable to break. The
seam is very elastic, and the thread does not break in
washing. It will do coarse work better than any cheap
Machine now in market, as it uses silk, cotton, or linen
with equal Mellity. Price 150.
Descriptive Circulars furnished grails
MICE 471 BROADWAY . , NEW YORK ,
WHITNEYLYON, Proprietors.
la- AGENTS WANTED. my*dawarn
.
E
SSENCES of all kinds at
1-INETI ER'S, FoiatEasid , Market St
DELAWARE MUTUAL 1
UM= niinntAlffeE COMPANY
B. E. Corner of Third and Walesa &veva,
PHILADELPIII.4.
INCORPORATED 1835.
'MARI NE
a LisTBURANCES parts of Me n
W V or ld. ssel,
Cargoand lerdol. Wall
INLAND INSURANCES Co Ocomis by Rivers, Cana:
Lakes and Land Cantina; to all parts of the Unt o s,
, IRE INSURANCES on Merchandise generally, and ~,,,
Stores, Dwelling How, dc .
ABMS ON 'THE wsireNT, November Ist, ]r _ S, RIES,BO4 TO. •
November 10, 1,5.,58,
The Board of 'Directors have this day declared a diyl•
deed of SIX PER O&IT. In Clash, Co the Capital Stock •
and MX PIE OEM on the strip of the Company, pay.
alone and after lit the proximo.
They have also declared a &rip Dividend ofTErcry_
FIVE PER CENT. on the Original Stock, and 00 tLe
Earnest Premiums fair the year ending October 31, 1.55
Certificates for which will be issued to the parties eel
titled to the sante, on and after the first of Deceml Qr.
sir- Preamble and Resoistioo' a adopted by the d.
Willimia, UM increased MOM 01 th e Company arlt'n
from Profits, and which will be derived from the I n. :
creased Capital Stock under the late amendments In the . '
Act of Incorporation, render the ftirther continuanc e et
the Guarantee Capital omummeary, therefore be tt—
Berolved, That the Gerunntee Capital be discontn,uo,
and the Notes representing the same be delivered up to
the makers thereof, as soon as the Risks taken during 'le
erlod embraced In
DIRECTO R eadd Notes shall have determined.
William Martin, amen O. Hand, iWillisinEymlr.
Joseph H. Bea, ete.Pauldba,g, James Tennant,
Ildsannd A- Reader, .X.IC II .11.IIPParband,
John 0. Davis, IlegkOraig, in. C. Ludwig,
Robert Burton, . kiMvain Thomas C. li and,
John I. Pease" lesKilier i ,Joshua P • 1 - 4 r,
Osage 13,1eAsse nall.ilto es, Jacob P. Jur,.
I
,Pitri
H. Jones Brooke, Trairtair, .T. Morgan, •
J. F. Penis on , J. B. Semple, • i
E
Parling"'
"17
151 1iUllt csi4 Tlif, resident gl n
THOMAS C. SAND, Vies President
HENRY 1,111.131111 N. leporetarp.
Tha tosidarsigned, as agent Itir the above Company, is
perty
prepared
o to n
to make iOllllll
liberal terms.lll3lolllll on all descriptions of pro
most
janilidiawly WILLIAM BUBBLER,
Harrisburg, Pa. ,
Bike HIVE S
inourcaut (Eampantes,
113.A216:1V1MJ431- .V9ZTIV3D,
NATIONAL SAFETY TRUST COJIPA N
CHARTERED BY THE STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA.
RULES.
I. limey. is received every day, and la any amount
arge or await
2. FIVE MR CENT. Is paid for motley from the day .1
put in.
8. The money la ahrays paid back in GOLD, whenever
it la called for, and without notice.
S. Money received from Ratteutors, dasziwist' rotors.
Gwardiana and Warm who desire to have ft in a plate (.1 .
Perfect safety, and where interest can be obtained Ira It,
ti. MC Middy reallifid Man depositors k invaded ih
FANAL =UM, M0M1023, (WOUND Ralik\ aail
snob other &stated 7 .m. , ities as the Charter direct,:.
6. Mice norwallirery, day from 9 - till b o'clock, &ea
on Mondaye.and Tharadayi till 8 o'clock in the evenini.
This old and well ^ est eed WAVING FUND bas re
calved more
thanes XliN MILLIONS of dollars from nearly
thirty Weigan depositors.
NM. BIXBY L. BENNER, President.
ItODEPIE BfI.PRJDO Vice President.
W. J. liazo,-11weratary.
DIKEOTORS.
Hoary 1« Ilanaiwo 7.Quvell Brewster
SilWard , L. Outer, Joseph B. Barry,
Robert Selfridge, numb Lee.
Samuel IL Ashton, Joseph Yorke.,
o.Leadresit licans, Henry Dltltedwilbr.
OFFICE :
Want street, 13. W. Cor. Third street,
PH IL.A DELPHIA..
ann./1w Ey
uOMELONWPALTR . iasv &Ncs•
Company,
Polon Braldlnitt Maraidkoorg,
(asearrratED.cerrrea.—tactooo.)
Inure bOildlata tad octou i prort . yagalta,,looa or dam
' I ;X Jake filmaidid Navigation
INTEREST' ..1 ) ,A.1:0 roa ONEY.
duut 2niews . rwkz.
DINECIOBS.
Simon Oameron, .penpyr. W. F. Murray,
etio. IL Lawmen, Parke. K. Bair.
William DMA, m. B. &few, .B. Berrykill,
Bli Etliter, . B.Waltrd , Jno. B. Packer,
J. a. Boyd,
OPPBEIEL.
SIMON CAMERON, Prodding.
BENJ. PARKE, Vice President.
B. S.
A NEW, ARlVitt OF
, ,
DRUGS AND rAnor GOODS!
JUST BETIIIIMTI FROM THE CITY
IsURCHARRD FOB CASH
Wiu n Sum YOS Cunt AT 1.011, PSIS= I
REST DISPLAY OP FASITY Goons rs Tows
Usinivemarn Awampfiurr e rOILIT' AancLis
Willing to tnainiain fair prkw, but unwil
ling to be undersold by any pardes I
We feel assured that we are able to sell every
thing in our line as cheap and as good as any
other establbdunent in the place !
wwr.TMEt'S DRUG STORE,
11$ 17#* &.„ WBIT 0 N,
1.11 Stilton Bt., and 50 Ann St.,
NEW
ZANWLIOI=IOI or
WHITE LEAD, ZINC PAINTS AND COLORS
0/111, VilpySELO, ETC.
.
. .
English, French an 4 German.Aitists' Materials,
FINE COLORS IN . OE. AND WATER,
L OWDISOR & IqUIDN'n 1t CASE CO RS.
DEUS NE ,
litusitomicai & DtAniusizatiles Itansumstra ,
DRAWING AND TRACING PAPER.
SterooBoopeg s Stemma:Tie View,
The particular attention of Painters, Deaken are t hers
111 called to the new patent manias putting up I cad
and Zinc Paints in METALlCedffilk_ of which Malicia s:
Warren ere the Sole Proprietori.
Them Cane are intended: by the - inventor to obviate the
difficulty heretofore ail:stet in glee, gctung up ut need
and Zinc to utall 1 004 Alt C4tiltuuers or 'mints are
aware that the loss op Lead..4'll4l4m put le y in mat
wooden packager, &frost)* to,taia sine coat, and in many easel nin th inure, owingth the absorption of the 01 1 , and
the consequent hardenincof the peLlutegainst the wood--
to saY nothing of, the additional Libor required to ma
pint Melly for nee, alter it has become bare is the
The low of Lite keg, 1m ia a astakleratkm which should
netbd . loeVeight The Patted an 'net only obviates
these diffithilthni, bi stthadditiorttheretoinraishes the CM
enmer with a„strong and cunventent print pot, out of
which to use the paint; which is - alone wo, th more thus
the difference or Wet between' Cur cans end kegs.
The await are peeked In swam, in strong Mee or
boxes, which within 20blha each, that. la S 2611 b Cent, or
4 50 ib Cans, end . they now be sanely shipped by railroad
or other'wbe to any pike the United &idea.
Cirenlece i containing ante.teitittStill - description sent by
mail on application. itte29-424n*
XTRW. BODTEI _
ERN.- WHEAT F E
12111 - very fa., jiistreastreit and for sale at `"
..r .!..
andPtuvislon I:note Of , ' DA. KR
Wit • No. 106 Rork ..
. ,
,-,
EFFEOTUA VERMIN POW f 1:,
rHIS article when blown or due -e
~. int
1 crevices intuited - 14lb Ants, Roaches, Runs, or any%
vermin. will gouts and
effectuallyvermin, destroy them. trio
Udnift-Denideg your wollens and bedding, and ht studh,
~____.4 ,00 1 ,01112 . eAllkity &If; &o. it Is death to all Mie ,CtO tr
... rim " 4 -9. 1. 430 She human race. Sold, only at K.E.U.Y..pr
DEOGSTOBE, and 10 any quantity, by the ounce or you
LYOWBIIIAGITETIC POWDER is also one of the v
INA aztioles for the Sadie purpoati; is put up in tin
tein, - and sold at 2d cents, at
In i 4
SoRILICEIMI3 DEM) STO .
91 Market r ', . 1
1
lyl9-dy
AUGUST AND SEPTEAIB
ARE recommended by most w
favorable months for transplanting al
EVERGREENS AND S'IIIAWBEI - b
A fine assortment may be found at the li --- 1
'tory, at very moderate prices.. PLORLO.
..,------
SMALL EVERGREENF'? at :raid Ps .
, .
From 10 inches to 2 feet, suitable m ar k -—i k.? ,,- '
et -
screens and hedges—particularly for Cet4l.l
chiding Arbb - r Vitae, Norway Fir, Balsam ai
„Privet, Tree Box, English and Irish Yew I
by the hundred. Apply to oir/
- Harrisburg, July 26, 1869.—jyai•dtr yr'
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