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HELMBOLD'S EXTR.A.OT tUCHII!
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT EITTCHTI,
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU,
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHII,
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU,
A positive and specific remedy lbr diseases of the
Bladder, Kidneys, Gravel, Dropsy,
Bladder, Kidneys, Gravel, Dropsy,
Bladder, Kidneys, Gravel, Dropsy,
Bladder, Kidneys, Gravel, Dropsy,
Bladder, Kidneys, Gravel, Dropsy,
AND ALL DISEASES OF THE
Sexual Organs, Sexual Organs, Sexual Organs,
Sexual Organs, Sexual Organs, Sexual organs,
Sexual Organs, Sexual Organs, Sexual Organs,
Sexual Organs, Sexual Organs, Sexual Organs, '
Sexual Drgaitia, Sexual Organs, Sexual Organs,
arising from excesses, early indiscretion, exposures and
imprudencles, and removing all improper discharges,
whether existing in
Male or Female, Male or Female,
Male or Female, Male or Female,
Male or Female, Male or Female,
It is a fact long since established, that persons suffer
log with any diseases of these organ are affected in
bodily health and mental powers, and experience many
alarming symptoms, among which will be found : lndis
position to Exertion, Loss of Memory, Difficulty_ Of
Breathing, General Weakness, Horror of Disease, weak
Nerves Trembling, Horror of Death, Night Sweats,
Cold Peet, Wakefulness, Dimness of Vision, Logue! ,
Universal lamitude or the Muscular System, often &for:
mous Appetite, with Dyspeptio Symptoms, Hot Hands,
Flushing of the Body, Dryness of the Skin, Pallid Coun—
tenance and Eruptions on the Face, Pains in the Back,
Heaviness of the *elide, frequently black spots flying
before the eyes, with temporary suffusion and Loss of
Sight, Want of Attention, Great Mobility, Restlessness.—
These symptoms, If allowed to go on, which this medi
cine invariably removes, soon follows—Loss of Power,
latuity and Epileptic Fitt.
Who can say that these excesses are not frequently
followed by those direful diseases, INSANITY and CON
SUMPTION. The records of the Insane Asylum", and
the melancholy deaths by Consumption, bear ample wit
ness of the U.:, th of this assertion.
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT OF BUCHIJ
is a certain, safe, and speedy cure, from whatever
cause they may have originated, and no matter of
How Long Standing, How Long Standing,
How Long Standing, How Long Standing,
How Long Standing, How Long Standing,
It Is taken without Hindrance from Basinets, and lit-.
tie, if any, change of diet.
Is pleasant la Its taste and odor,
And immediate in Its action.
If your are suffering with any of the above distressing
PROCURE THE REMEDY AT ONCE,
PROOVRE THE REMEDY AT ONCE,
PROCURE THE REMEDY AT ONCE,
liRLILBOLD'S EXTRACT MICAH,
As a taseldolats which most benefit everybody, from the
simplrMiticate to the contitted and dmWr zi valfd,
41Qtate 1 1 0 BE IRO
NO EQUAL IN TO BE - •
NO EQUAL 15 TO BE FOUND!
Price $1 par bottle, or 6 for $5 ; delivered to any ad.
JOSS. Prepared by . -
IL T. mtustitolo,,.-
Depot 104 South 10th street, below Chestnut, Phila.
D e scribe symptoms In all comMunications.
BEWARE ,OF COVEITERFEITS
AND UNPRINCIPLED DEAL
Who tudeavor to dispose "of their wive aniftern ar—
ticles on the reputation obtained by
lielmbold'a Genuine Preparations,
Improved Soso Wash,
Sold by D. W. GROBI Ac CO., and all Druggists every
ASK FOR ITELMBOLD'S. TARE NO OTHER.
Cat (wit the advertisement and send or It,
AND A%OID lino:mow AND EXPOSURE'.
GOODS TO SUIT THE SEASON.
A Large Stock, of
Plain and Fancy Bereges,
A Fine Assortment of Lawns.
Any quality of Traveling Goods.
Lace Mitts of all Styles and Qualities.
8-4 White and Black Berege, for
Shawls and Mantles.
Different Qualities Pillow Case Linen.
Linen Sheetings, best makes.
A full essortmest of Dry Goode at very low, prices aX
Next to the garrtebtirg Bank.
Under Cl thing, alt kinds."
!ale Thread Undershirts something nice.
Excellent article of Linen COT Drawers.
A fine lot of Marseilles Wallop.
A nice cock of Pant Linens, - • -
Silk Undershirts, a aloof arldab".
With a full stock of Noslirr, Gloves, at
• OATNOART & NW., •
1026: Next to the Harriet:Mr
ENTERPRISE _MD LIGHTNING
N . • -
OW brings the N. D AILY HERALD,
Y. TRIBUNE, 'l l / I E3 and SUN, to Harrisburg, at one
weiook. P. IL, and aro dietributed LastalS4TSti after
by prompt carriers. Subscribers will be regursl
served With them, by leaving their address at
BEkIiGNKR , B CHEAr BOOKSTORE,
toy2S . 61 Idarketetreet.
NO. 14 MARKET 1307.6.11121 .
IXTE HAVE and are now receiving large
v r addltiOnS tO each branch of our stook,
SHAWLS at any price,
BILKS of every kind and quality,
UELAINES, all prices,
LAWNS, every style, price and quality,
CHAILIES, from the lowest to the
CALICOS, from 61 cen p ts pppeer yard to 124,
BLEACEM MOSLINS, do
UNwe BLEACHED MUSLINS, do
have everything our customers maY
want In our line, and feel conedent the prices are right"
Next to the Harriaburg Bank.
CO.TO BE SOLD AT 1. ,
4,8 WE RAVE ON HAND a large as
mrtment ohne) , Mlle of all prices and quagga we
tv aides. out the lot at inurrever. Persona Within' 11iIP
thing of the kind can Sad bargains at
CaTHasitT St 1 3b4OTHHIRst
Next to the Harrisburg BOX
Plain Black Drees Bilks,
English Rep. Mourning
Plain Colored Drees
Black and Phi prase
Purple sad SIMI' tree° Sil l!:
A ge assortmoot ot each 494 et different low prima
aod ofthe very best raakra—Wenlatted'
CATHCART & BROTHER,
No. 14 Market Square.
FANS FANS FS
FANS FANS FANS FANS
FANS FANS FANS
IF ALL IMAGINABLE MEE T
11 / 4 -1 BTUS ASD QUALITIES luidd b.m.mu maur
OA to order at the ohm WAN
MAP bid "
fit" comb o /
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t i t iri a.in V
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Use discovered the most certain, speedy
XL said effectual remedy in the world for
DISEASES OF IMPRUDENCE
satin IN-Mx` re Twatve - souks.
No AfiTcurtisK . Namur_
Or A Gifu airmAkilo,l)s ciNANON, IN 710111 Gsa TO
Weakness of the Back or Limbs, Strictures, Paine in
the Loins, Affections of the Kidneys and Bladder, Organic
Weakness, Nervous Debility, Decay of the Physical Pow
ers, Dyspepsia Languor, Low Spirite, Confusion of Ideal
palpitation of the Heart, Timidity, Tremblin,gs, Dimness d
light or Giddiness,
_Disease of the Stomach Affections of
the Head, Throat, M oue or Skin—those terrible Mondale
arising from the indiscretion or Solitary Habits of Youth...
those dreadful atiddestructive practices which produce
censtitatiOnal debility, render marriage impossible, and
destroy both body and mind.
Young men especially who have become the victims of
solitary Vice, that dreadful and destructive habit whibh
annually sweeps to an untimely grave thousands of young
men of the most exalted talent and brilliant intellect, who
might otherwise have entranced listening Senates with the
thunders of eloquence, or waked to eestacy theliving lyre,
may call with full confidence.
Married persons, or those cohtemplating marriage, being
aware of physical weakness, should Immediately consult
Dr. 3., and be restored to perfect health.
Immediately Oared sadfull Tiger Reztored
He who places himself under the care of Dr. J.. may
religiously confide in his honor as a gentleman, and cond•
dently rely upon his skill as a physician.
my- Office No. 7 South Frederickstreet, Baltimore, d.,
on the left hand side going from Baltimore street, 7 d - crs
from the corner. Be particular in observing tho na se
and number, or yen will mistake the place. Be particular,
for ignarmit, PrOttO Quacks, with f a lsenames. or Tulin
Hunting Calilicate,attraeted by the_ reputation or Dr.
All letters meat contain a Postage Stamp, to use on the
Ds. Vows= member of the Aoyal College ,ot Surgeon
Louden, gradUate fro MonoMono of ene Meat eminent Collegesei
the D. States; and the greater part of whose life has been
spent In the Hospitals of London, Paris, Philadelphia and
elsewhere, baseffected some of the mostastonisblng cures
that were over known. Many troubled witkriwig in the ,
eats and head when asleep, great nerronsnese, being
alarmed at sudden sQunda, baellfrinese, with frequent
blushing, attended sometimes with derangement of mind
were cured Immediately
TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE
, Dr. J. addressee all those who having iniuredthem
helves by private and improper Indulgences, that wore '
and solitary kablt which ruins both body and mind, on
iltling then!._,ftor Iwo business or society.
Thesi. ar e some of the sad and melancholy effects pro
duced by Carly habite of youth. viz : Weakness of ; the
Back and Limbs, Paths thn Head, Minces of Sight,
Loss otlicsoular Power, Palpitation of the Heart, Dyapep.
eat, Nervous Irritability, Derangement of the Digestive
Functions, General Debility, Symptoms of Constunp-
Mentally, the tearful etrecte on the mind are much to be
dreaded •,—Loss of Memory, Conhudon of Ideas, Depres
sion of Spirits, Evil Forebodings Aversion to Society, Soli
distrust, Love of Solitude, Timidity, aat.„ aresoma or tit e
Thonsandsdi poisons of nil ages, can tieSidlialte whittit
the cane orhielr deelliMg health, losing their vigor, be ,
coming, weak, pale, nervous and emaciated, haen a gnu
btr appearance about the eyes, cough, and symptoms of
who have. injured themseiVes by a.certain practice, in
dulged hi When alone—a habit fraqtently lowed tram
evil coMpanictrul, or at school, the effects-of.Whidh are
nightly felt; even when asleep, and If not cured, renders
marriage Impossible and deetreys both mind and body
h ou Id apply immediately.
What ajair that a Young man, the Wipe of his country,
the darling of his parents, should be snatched from al l
prospeCts and enjoyments of lite by the consequences at
deviating from the path of nature, and indulging in .a
certain secret habit. Such perilous must, before eontem
Affect that a sound mind and body are tho moat nee°
sexy requisites to promote connubial happiness. Indeed'
Without these, the journey through life becomes& wean;
pilgrimage , 4 the' prospect hourly darkens to the - view.;
the mind becomes shadowed with despair, and filled with
the malandholi rendition that the happiness of another
ecomes blighted with our own.
DR. JORNETOWB INVIGORATING REMEDY FOR
By this great and important - remedy, Weakness of the
Otlaas are speedily cured, and full vigor restored. , h
mends of the most netvoue and debilitated who
:float all hope, have been immediately roller/wt. Al
Podlmenta to- a "Triages Phrdeal or Mental Dl3OlOll.
lion Nervous Trembling, Weakness or P:shaustion el
e sleet fearitti kind speedily cured.
7 1 0 STRANGERS
ilrhe many thousands cured at this Institution within the
twelve years, mud the numerous important Burette
Atom performed by Dr. J. witnessed, by MO ,re
portent of the paperer and many other persons notices of
till t ra l w ia ga n k and ligliln befo , r e t rtif %lc,
.-cle: a gattlintan of dui and`re-
Mortatliv, is,a sailloient guarantee to the afflicted
1 DlfticAmt O INPRUDENCL—When the misguided and
imprudent, votary of pleasure finds he has Imbibed the
seeds of this painful disease, it too o ft en happens that an
iti-timed sense of shame or dread of discovery deters him
Item applying: to those who, from education and re
spectability can alone befriend nim, delaying Oil the
inatiutionstigt ig oms of this horrid disease make their
peartuum, the head s ' throat,' nose, skin, 80.,
greasing on with frightful rapidity ) till death puM a
rind ruble dreadful sunbrinpi by sending hint tb "that
erne from whence no traveller returns." it is a melon
o idly fact that thousands fall victims to this terrible dis
ease, owing, to - the unskilfulness Or ignorant. pretenders,
Who, by Menke of that - deadlyptime, mercury ruin the
constitution andniikeithe residueoflite miserable
lb &rangers —The Doctor's Diplomas hang in his omoe.
W Letter; mtuttcontain a Stamp to us on the reply.
: Aor Remedletaint by Nall.
I mar No, 7 Bouthyredertok street, Baltimore
! apriBddiW-1 , - ,
`FAMILY DRUG STORE.
I tiE UNDERSIGNED HAS OPENED:
' a Wholesale and Retail Drug end Prescription Store,
in 0 Iron Front Banning, Sol 128 Market'street, lately
roccupied by Mr. Eby, webre can be found an entire new
B of Preeh and Pure Drags , Rertumery, - Sosp: COAL
COAL OIL 'LAMPS, Burning Fluid, Alc i 'O,l Patent
widows, Stationery, ,Fancy Artistes, „Me., ilic. ' We
ve , the agency fbr the sale of Kllfie'if Celebriited ern
ial Teeth, to which we would invite. the • attention of
Mists, . •
By strict attention to business, and desire to please, respectfully ask a share of Public Patronage.
N. B.—Prime SWIM &gars , add Tobacco constantly
FRANK A. MURRAY,
(Snecisoor So Win. I'mA:sat)
LIVERY & EXCHANGE STABLE
'''HIED STREET BELOW KARR*. "
, _ _ . . .
pAV IN purchased the interest , of 3.
Q. Antes in the establishment, and made large
a dittoes to the stook, the undersigned IS prepared to
mr..ommodate the pulblio with Summon Hems for saddle
ork; carriage porpotes,and with every variety of VEHICLIM
:ofthe latest end most approved styles, on reasonable
Ic rIitASURE PARTIES **be titobitnnodated with Omni
buses at short votl i - ~,,,..°:: f • )-, ' "
CARRIAGES ISIIMOSEIII FiktirlikaßAL OCCA
SIONS will be lb Isht , ni, i isincqtrAsudyd - 14' careful and
obliging drivers . _ 11e invites an ins ' of Ailt i telti g : l ttatlnited that it is
a c t
rally equal to that ot &ter.. *IS eld of the kind
In town. - "..... - FRANK A. MURRAY.
pRANCH . STABLE
fritiistdersitoted has opened a breech of fib ' , INERT
' soil =CHANGE STABLE," in the 'bundling lately Aeon
'''Sr- 1 1 4 . 4 - 01 , MAFolirtki hirt tr AXPOOte:the.. - Bethei, -
wi lt& tC ,x •ll.l l 011111110 Ted ,
$1 ) , 28 i Bt . ook cw an . e ' :! , '' ' .
' A RANH A. MURRAY •
• ' .; •-.'
"INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS - NEUTRAL IN NONE."
HARRISBURG, PA., FRIDAY AFTERNOON, AUGUST 3, 1860.
SILVER PLATED WARE
N 0.1222 Market Street, PHILADELYEIL1 3
Manufacturer of fine
NICKEL SILVER, and SILVER PLATER of
FORKS, SPOONS, LADLES, RUTTER KNIVES,
CASTORS, TEA SETS, URNS, KETTLES,
WAITERS, BUTTER DISHES, 10. E PITCHERS,
CARE BASKETS COMMUNION WARE,"
CUPS, MUGS, GOBLETS, Ace.,
With a general assortment, comprising none but the bee
quality, made of the ben materidis and heavily plated; con
etßuting them a
Serviceable and dantble article .
For BOIIIIS STEAMBOATS AND PRIVARE FAXELIIIII.
mar Old Wars re•plated In the best manner,
GEO. J. BOLTON, PROPEATOR.
The eh five well known and long established Hotel Is
now undergoing a thorough renovation, and being in a
great degree newly furnished, under the proprietorship
of Mr. Geontur J. Boma, who has been an inmate of the
house for the last three years, and is well known to
Thankful for the liberal patronage which it has en—
[eyed, I cheerfully commend Mr. Bolton to the public
fa or. pcB dawtfl WILLIAM BUBBLER:
JOSEPH CASEY.. • 0 • W. W. BROWN.
CASEY & BROWN,
HA.R.RAEIiITR(I'I" . .EN-N'A. •
ILIAVING associated together in the
ALL practice of the Laiti, alit attend faithfully and
promptly to all professional business entriisted to their
Mice In Third street three doors from Market
N. B. Consuluttions in English and German.
DR. T. J. EMS.,
PIERS his services to the citizens, of
Harrisburg and its vicinity. Be: solicitsnshere of
the public patronage, and gives assurance that his - best
endeavors shall be given to rendersatisfaction in his pro
fession. Being an old, well tried dentist, he feels sale in
inviting the public generally to call on hlm,. seething
them that they will not be dissatisfied with his services•
Office No. 128 Market street, in the house formerly oc
espied by Jacob R. Eby, near the united . Elates Hotel,
Harrisburg, Pa. myB•aly
ATTORNEY Al" LAW:
O FFERS his professional services' to
X./persons having business to be transacted in the
several Courts of Dauphin county, the Lund Department
of this State, or before the Board of Property... Having
been associated In the practice of the Lew; with his lath
er, JOHN A. FISHES, he premises diligent and CArtful
attention to all professional business entrusted to teens
Office corner of Eecond and Locust streets, (opposite to
the Pennsylvania House,) Harrisburg. ap26-
OFFICE—THIRD STREET; (SHELL'S ROW,)
NEAR MARKET .
Residence, Chestnut Street near Fourth.
CITY OP HARRISBURG, rElne.t.
W W. HAYS,
A r I i TOBNEY .
Office Walnut St., between Second and
Third, Harrisbuzg, Pa. '
• • • •
PROP. ADOLPH P. TRUPSER,
WOULD respectfully • infofm- his old
patrons and the publlo • generally,' that -he w ilt
continue to give instructions On the PIANO FORTE, ILE..
LODEON, VIOLIN and also in the science of THOROUGH
BASS. lle will teth pleasure wait upon pupils at their,
homes at any hour denired; or lessons will ba given at
residence,,in Third street, a - few doors below the
German Reformed Church. decls-dtf
Select. Schools for Boys and Girlie.
• 11101Y2 STREET ABOVE' LOCUM.-
RE•Fall term of ROBERT WELWEE'S
School for boys, will open on the last bitatdayAn,
Augnst. *The room is well ventilated, comfortably fur
bished, and--In every respect well adapted for school
CATHAME lii.HLWEE'S School for girls, located in
the, same building, will open for the fall term at the same
time. The room has been elegantly ritted up daring the
vacation, to promote the hearin and comfort of Isabela»,
AUGUSTINE L. UIUIYNE.
CARPENTER. AND' BMIDER.
Residence .No. 27 Forth Second Street.
N. B—JOBBING AT'II&DED TO.
SCHOOL. BOOKS AND SCHOOL
A LL the School Beoke - and Stationery in
, uee in the public and soloist schools Of our OILY will
be Isiatd for sale at CHEAPEST PRICES, at -
milt; - el Market street.
LI, kinds , of Iron_Castings madd to or•
joIL. der, of the very best steck, and all listings pickled'
to remove the send end scale: We have the:bast and:
most extensive assortment. of Pulley patterns this aide of
Phil adelphia. apply *the EAGLE WORKS,
Penna. It. Road, above State street.
Harrtsbnrx. April W. 1859 -
DR. C. WEICELEL I
RESIDENCE THIRD NEAR 'NORTH STREET.
AMEN & LEMER'S GALLERY,
IS THE PLACE TO GET
SMALL picTußEs OF DECEASEDIdENDS
CONED AND ENLARGED OR COLOUR&
AFRESH and very superior lot of.
SMOKED SALMON Just received and, Air ado by:
my 9 WM. DOOMOR & 00.
STATE CAPITAL , BANK.
CAMERON, COLDER, EBY & CO
CORNER SECOND AND WALNU2 SYS.,
HARRIS BURG, PENN.
Of Vanilla Beans, Beckers' Farina, Perfumery and
Fancy Soaps, at MILES' DRUG STORE,
myB Market street, below Fifth, Harrisburg, Pa
ORANGES AND LEMONS.
FORTY BOXES in prime,,4irder just re
calved and for safe by
bdut WM. DOCK JR. & CO.
Checker Boarde,*atthOt4 ealrertl,Moe and Dice Boxes.
The largest assoriniest is Ahe city- fer sale, at ali.pricee,
niy24 ilarketistThet, Dairriabdrg, Pa.
'WOR.YaDjlja Bpapi3 andviti:eactejlent
n - iiiii,Autact; Rite - ..17.111i1at'S DRUG STORICp,:.
.my2s .., i 911ferket weal:
IMPORTANT TO PURCHASERS
DRY . GOODS
SPRING OF 1860. SPRING OF 1860.
AxTE , HAVE JUST OPENED, AND
VV - - bave ready for bispection and eale;'ontfor the
largest and finest assortments of every article in oar Una,
among which" will be fettbd •
Bleached lifuslins. White Flannels. -
Unbleached Muslim, Colored Flannels,
Bleached' Drßll4o, Corset Jeans,
Unbleaclied Drillings, Ketneky Jeans,
Colored Drillings, Satinetts,
Canton Flannels, Velvet Cords,
Tickings, Cotton Table Diaper,
Hickory,.: Cotton. Table Cloths;
Bed 'Checks, Crash Towelings,
Shifting Checks, Counterpainefi,
Linen. Table Diaper, Linen Table Cloths,
and everything in the DOMESTIC LINE of all QUALITIES
and PRIME; .- • • '
CLOVES, GLOVES, SUSPENDERS,
VADETN32OIS,`' - CRAVATS, SCARES,
VESTINGS LIDEPS., ETD LOVES,_G
..UNDERSEGVS, DOLLARS, .BOYS' UNDER SHIRTS,
DRAWERS, SHIRT FRONTR*Y9 DRAWERS,
HOSIERY, mar ktiacs,
In this BRANCH we have everything ci all STYLES
• • - Black Salm,
Fancy Silks, Plain Silks,
- Idclurning Silks, Second' Mourning Silks,
• FoulrdSilks, Grenadines, lissnes i Bereges,
Challis, D‘lahnic lawns, Ginglimns, Brilliants,
Chintzes, Traveling. Goods, Lusters, Mohair Cloths, ;
Laiclla Madenta Clcab's, Duals, Calicos , Plaids,
And everything to be found among the numerous text
ures, styles and qualities, froth a six and a quarter oeut
Calico.to the most expensive Silk. .
, MOURNING GOODS.
•-• The only complete and full stock to be found in town,
of the very best,styies and shades. .
EVERYTHING NEW An) VESTRABLE,
WRITE:GOOD% EMBROIDERIES, &cr.
NAINSOOKS, , . FRENCH 11101ISELAIND3, -
swisspa 800 E MUSLIM',
LlNBnis„ VICTORIA LAWNS,
CHECKS SILOTNGS, ,
F BIND o I s, GS ?
GAMBRIC INES:BUNGS, ' •
SWISS AND CAMBRIC FLOUNCINGS,
FiItrgiV I CI V IC O RI/ K CEMS L AND IKER M,
INFANT BODIEBAND DRESSES, DI MITES. • ,
We, ere iiiintled:fhia lit the above Goods2We hate every
thing to meet the demands of any customer.
GLOVES, HOSIERY, dAIINTLETTS, VEILS,
HPARREIaiAB, PARASOLS, AND EVERY.:' .
THING .IN THE NOTION. LINE.
SIC E 1 - 4
E T O.N SIK4II, TIS.
A superior article always on hand.
• KID GLOVES
Fer Ladles and-Gentlemen, inverted by - our ourselves,
the best article maidifactcred.
Particular attention is paid:to each different, branch of
onir businek`and we hope .by strict attention and res.-
seeable Fronts, to merit ourherstofore liberal patronage
and greatly infarae our busbies - S.
CATIICART & BROTHER,
. ' Red'Front Store.
. Next to the Harrisburg Bank.
W. A. CAT.TIPARJr: t...VATI:Ic.ILIVIT.Ti,
21 4R4 8 OAT':
• Tatonittaus' Clothw,
Lupin's' Superior Bornbazi nee,
• • • All Wool Peialaes,
Lupins' Black Lustres (all prices,)
Superfor Englis h Ctovellas,
- PadiTITS•Ft OINGH.4IIB
PLA.IIIMAHONNA CLOTHS, •
, sup RIOR CREPE de ESPAQINE,
EXCELLENT DELAINF . S, 12i. cents,
SUPERIOR PR11L1.1.N48,2b cents,
PLAIN BLAGIt. ODDLARD,S,
iITPEBION IJHENE. BERESIE,.
TURD ITALLIN: GRENADINES,
ORtEr FAllLatt %ATMS,
7.41M8ET 11911 SHAWLS,
SILK 'FOB BINDING SHAWLS,
BEST ENGLISH clumzEs.
Bones, Dross Crepes, migniii Yearning 84, A-1.-4
State Shawl Wore; d Ddinaelcßbiiwl Berega, meal;
at& Whltenulard Mika, Black and Purple Poniard
EVMEtYIAiIIK - G TRADABLE. AND NEW.
French Crepes,, EnglishDrepes,
Love Veils, English Crepe:Veils.
. Handkerchiefs, White Collars
Motirnirig Collars, Gloveli
- White Sleeves Marittlaßilibeins
- Holsery — . Flannel Binding:
L•Tbe above is a . pert list of _the new goods ' we have'
woetiredguidatow.open. We oan - ilriany order ftom
he smallestto ‘ the largest tient:ln hfotuanpg orseeond
flornhi4 ~CATEWAR,A •
-020'„ ' ' nett' to the Therrieherg.Bank. _
A NEW LOT OF
atiolavgp THIS MORNING AT
A.SIGLISE CHALLIS. of neat. Finder& pateins,
so , y desirable solidi.
TRAVELLING DRESS GOODS. a fine assert.
ment, of *very style and quality, received. tollay,-tit;
CATROAKT 'A BROTILItiI
Next to the Hiurrisbrirgßank.
FOULARD SILKS, of very neat style-and good
A-FINF• ASSORTMENT OFDRESS IMILODS
of different kinds, at 123 , 4 cents per yard, . For paripttilly
call at • caTHalties.
TA13.144 LINENS at all prices.
TOWELLINGS of every kind.
tIOUNTERPAINES, a large stock. These goods
in ifarsglll~m and Y
mackb.ololr. - .therinattal
la in evarititud# - •
OnlralttilYniltbYLthaliird:' , a - •
ng I WCASE! • .. 4 . 16.g0cid ! owe,
We have every article wished of thli kind in lime
Varnistdog r -.it
• , 9141VAXE&BROillal4h1..)
AtEC)V I P"AL 2 I O IS
LIFE PILLS AND PHOENIX BITE S.
THESE MEDICINES have' now been be
fore the public for aperlod of THIRTY YEARS, and
during that time have maintained telaikh character in al
most every part. of the Globe, for their extraordinary
and immediate power of restoring perfect health to per
sons suffering under nearly every kind of disease to
which the human framebi
The following areamong the distressing variety of hu
man diseases In-which the
VEGETABLE, LIFE - MEDICINES
Are wellknown to be Infallible.
DVlSFlCPSlA,.hrthertinghly cleansing the Brat and
second stomachs, and creating n flowof .puret - healthy
bile, instead of the stale and acrid kind ,• FLATM
LENCY Loss of Appetite, Honttburn, Headache, Rest.
lessness, 111-Temper, Anxiety, Languor and Melancholy,
which are the general symptoms of Dyspepsia, will van
bib, as a natural consequence ells cure.
COSTKVENESS, by cleansing the whole length of
the intestines With a solvent process, and without vio
lence; all violent - purges leave the bowels costive within
- FEVERS of all kinds, by restoring the bloodlo a
regular circulation, through the process of respiration. in
`such cases; and the thorough solution of all intestinal ob.
struetion in others. •
The LIFE-MEDICINE'S have been known to - care
permanently In three weeks and
GOVT inlialf - that time, by renioving local inflammation
from the muscles and-ligameatn of the-joints.
- DROPSfif.S:ef allhindn,,by freeing and,streagthen•
log tkielideeYit Mid4)ladher; - they M
fatly on these important organs, and hence have ever
been found a 'oertathi remedy -for the worst cases of
GRAVEL. - • •
• Also.WOltitng,-by dislodging from the turnings of
the bowels the slimy matter, to which these ereaturfat
SCIJII.VV, ULCERS, and INVETERATE
SORES; bythe perfect purity whichthese I:MC=ln
ONES give to the blood. and.all the humors.
SCORBUTIC ERUPTIONS and BAD COMPtEX
IONS; by,their alterate effect upon the fluids that feed
the skin, and the morbid state of , which occlusions all
eruptive complaints, , sallow cloudy, and ether , disagree
The use of them Pills ;for a very short time:Will effect
an entire cure"ofiiiALP RHECEL and a striking im
proirement in the _clearness - of the. skin.. COMMON
COLDS and INFLUENZA, will always be cured by
on@ dose; or by two in the worst cases. -
P . 'LLlSS.—Thenriginal proprietor of - these medicines,
was cured offliesi of 35 years Standing by the use of the
LIFE MEDICINES alone. .
FEVER AND ADM.—For this ticourge of the
Western eountry,theee Medicines will be found a safe,
speedy, and certain remedy. Other Medieines have the
system subject to a return of the disease—a cure by these
Medicities Is '
-permanent—TßY' THEM; BE SATISFIED,
AND BE CURED. • • '
BILIOUS FEVERS. AND LIVER` cox-
P.LAINTS.—Gersaa. Dketutv, Leo or Swarms; end
lk Muses' or nth
ature—e Meddled hive' hada used
with the moeV beneficial results In cases of thiadeisorip
dim t—lflogs 'MI and Scrofula, In iti Worst foi•ms yields
to the mild yetpowerfulhotien of these reintirkable Medi
clues. Night Sweat's, Nervous Dibility i Nervouti Gem
plaints of all kinds,..praintation of- thetHeartfelnteat'.
Colic, are speedily cured.
,lIIECROURIA.L ,DlSEASN.S.—persons whose
cofistitti lons 1164 13e&the impaired by the injudicious
use of Mercury, wilLthst these Medicines wparteet care,
as they never fell to eradicate from the syetem, all the
effects of Mercury, infinitely sooner than the moat power
ful preparations or Susaparilia.
Prep tared and seldby W. .13. itIOPIEJLT,
33E!Broadray, kly20.datv.Iy New York.
Forale by au Dtuggiata.
,41111 , I.;; , •
DR. D.A.RWS' HAI'S
This Medicine has been noel by ,tile pane forsix years,
with increitstul fdeor. - is reiniormituret to Cure
DYlrd sia,N f rsnes4 Reart - RisM OSUG Raw,
in the Stomach, or ittiairin the Benods,
Headache, Drowsiness, Xtliney, Chen.
plaints,' Law 'Spirit*, patrot '
IT Svntimmas, - Itrawun; INVIDORALTRI, ROT
WILL NOT, INTOZIOATR OR ElTunimr. ,
S Ail A MEDICINE it is pit& and OffeCtil,
at,: curing the Most aggravaUng MIMI of DY4X,POIO's
Kidney Complaints, and all other derangements or the.
Stomach and Bowels,' Ina speedy manner. • ,
It will, instantly revive the most melancholy and
droopingspiritsi and restore the weak, nervous and skirt
tly to health, strength and vigor.
...Persona who, from the injudicious use of liquors, have
ibecome deducted, uncl2wir nervous systems shattered,
!coSsititubs hroltere down, and alibied to that horrible
lcurse to htunanity,,the,,Dzinumt.,,Tionu almost
immediately,. WHIM - hippy and 'healthy invigorating
usdicacy of Dr,Rales-Invigoniting-epirit,
Doss.—Qne wine glass full as often as necessary. •
Onet'Sltele Will remove ail Bad Spirits.
'One dose s will Mire Heart - burn. •
-Three deans will, mire lindigeittfon.
One dose will give you a Good Appetite.
One dens will stop the distressing Piths of Dyspepala:
• fine dose will remove the distressing and disagreeable ;
'ads of Wind or Platulencii, and salmon as the, stomach
receives the Invigorating Spirit the, distressing load and
liikiairiful feelings will be removed'
tine dose will remove the most distreseing-pains of Colic,
hither in the stomach or bowels.
I A few doses will remove all obntructions in thelifJdney,
ladder Urinary Ortins: ' ' •
ersona, who are seriously afflicted , with any Kidney
are. assured speedy relief by a dose or two,
nd a radloaleerehy.the use ofone,or two bottles. .
i NIGHTLY:DISBITA.TION:, • '
1 Persons who, from dissipating tee Much over night, and
feel the evil effects of poisonous liquors,'ln.vitilent
aches, sickness at stomach; weakness, giddiness ; &G.,
*ill find one`acne will.remove all bad feelings.: •
i Indies of Weahand sickly constitutions,Should take the.
InvigoratingSpirit:three times a day; it:with:sake them
qtrong, healt h y snit happy, 'remove all obetrtafficem and
Irregularities from the menstrual organs,.andrestorellio
bloom of health and bhaltlY to the carewornfare. ,
During pregnarrny . lt will be' tbund an Invaluable Medi-
One to , remove disagreeable seuraitiona itlhosstomacb.
All the proprietor !ski 1,1 tt,trlal, and teltullittethili, he
has put lip the' . Invigorating glpirit. In pint , bettbsi, at 1.0
:Cents, quarts EL' . '
i General Depot, 48 Water street, N. Y. • ,'., •
• Wholesale, Agent,: Philadelphia, D. YOIT; & 0 0 . a nd
for sale in Harriiburg by O. A. Bannvart, D.TWAroes &
Co. and C. K. Keller, and by all Druggists everywhere
jel4-dawly • ' ' , ' . . . '
GRANVILLE STOKES!. •''
-GIFT CLOTHING. EILPINIIIThie
ONE PRICE ANELNO ABATEMENT;
607. Chest nut Street:
RANTILLE STOKES wquld return
thanks to the public Ibr their appreciation of his ef-
Mao. to please, and their litteral patronage. ;
In - Order to keep up Mil kindly feeling, he has yielded
-to the eolleitattone et_ many of his triendsiand Mangan&
led a NEW SYRTEM, of GIrTS.WITH EACH GARMENT
SOLD. - To his choice nelecGon otitis° Fabrics and made ,
up `Clothing, lie invites the scrutiny of the public, as
well.,tio to Ms new:mode of doing business: Each &Melte
is warranted to be, in Fabric, Style and Make, equal-to
atinpuen up in the clty, and . ONE PRIOR, (lower than
the lowest,) marked on the ticket. ,
Each article sold, or , iktiasuregtor, aierithpanteolty
sce,kft, varying in value Tram pi. to iWO. • , ,
ICI IL—Nonsfitiut moat akilltut Deslgners, l Ctitters
and Workmen employediand satisfaction Milt, EttShio.lll,
Fabkic, Price and Gift, guaranteed at- , •
One Price Gift OTothinkEmporiuni,
mylo-13md ...„,N0..607-Chestatut street.
NOT - THE FIRST ARRIVAL' ,
BUT AIBRIVEDIit , DMZ- Mill :TO BE
SUB • AT ?REDUCED 'PRICES,
Lymirit.B ,yeuxx. STOVE; owl; 0460 per ton.
Nur' 112.00 "
4 > .. 66"v
LY:4 4 B YILLEY BkoKEN„
e . 'l, ft f" • '
CPATA ) '
No. 3 End 4, Yorir.
IBllletiMittl Coal, allegkenylßO
lictokory, Oak and Wood:4 1 : '
pl 4 N 0.102 Cla
glisam tint* flu.
Having procured Two Adams Power Preens, we ale
prepared to execrate JOB and BOOK PRINTING or every
deecriptbm, cheaper than It Min be done at any oth er
establialuneut in the county.
RATES OF ADIKRTIED24I :
Nar•Fotir lines or less constitute onuhalf square. Sigh t
Ohs or more than four constitute a square. ,
Half Square, one day - SO 25
uono week 100
/I one 2 Q 0
It three months .......... 8 00
ag six months 4 00
orie yam. ...... ........ ....... . 50D
OnejSquaro, one day_ . „
gg one month....
" one year.
la- Rushton noutte !mated In the Local coitneo, of
berore ilarriagekand Deaths, FIVE CMS PER LINE Jr
adverisements. Marriages and Deaths to be charged as regalia
Cutting Little Robbie's Hair.
And so this little flower of bun must be
shorn of some of its superfluous beauties. Even
roses and geraneums must be primed 'some
times; and these tmcnt silken rings; with the
golden sunshine of three summers entangled. in
their meshes, must make the ac quaintance of
scissors at last. Grandpa'sayaso, end adds that
if it is not done shortly the low plum boughs
will make another Alsatian of Robbie, some
time when the blue-eyed gander is in pursuit.
There is no denying that the curls needtrim
ming; they are' too many and toe thick, and
they make the little head drop uneasily to one
side like a half blown mots rose-bud under this
weight of its own moss, and struggle some
times into the mouth and , eyes. Yes they
must be cut, but it seems such, a pity ! Little
curls that we have twined around our fingers
when all wet from the morning bath; little
Curls that we have played with while singing
the evening lullaby; little curls that our tears
have fallen upon when the baby eyes were
shut . in . sleeis—ah ! only mothers know how
dear such curls are .to.inothiors' hearts
Here are the scissors; - Robbie must sit very
still, now, while his hair is being cut. Why,
sir; why do you smile and:look at me so hewn
ingly with your,blne eyed', -How do you knew
that lam not going - to cutoff that saucy head
of youra, with.these;great, sharp, cruel sciesors?
0, holy faith of childhood ! If we-could only
trust Our God as' implititly as babies ' do their
mothers! "Except ye become as little chilil l
ren, ye shall not enter the kingdom of Heaven."
Be verretill; 'now % While Itomli 'due - thede
threads of shining . floss. .The mother in the
first barber to her boy; no other lingers can per
form the sweet office so gently; but when fif
teen or twenty years have flown, rougher hands
will comb those locks, all bronzed by suns and
winds, and Clustering above the brow of man
h_ood. The white-aproned, clean-handed barber
will then arrange them in the latest style of
trimming, pomading, perfa--- no; my boy
will not be a dandy? by these strong limbs and
the sturdy look of those eyes—no.
But to think the down of - Manhood will gath.
er on the cherry upper lip' and on chin and
cheek, dimpled as though bythe touch of an
angel's finger'! To think-that this round neck
all alabaster :willhe choked up with a man's
necktie, and. these lily-bud feet will wear high
heeled boots, and ---i. Fough ! I will not
think of it. I cannot realize that'this fair baby
of mine—but three summers out of Paradise,
and`still smiling in his sleep remembering what
the angels said there—shall ever be scr-lneta
And yet the boy's babyhood is -rapidlytieet
ing, and the severving of these ringlets seem s like cutting the golden thread that ignite his in
falai to his childhood. Oh, Robbia! I call call
yon baby but little longer. Yotthlfie eyed elf!
yon are alreidy rebel ling at being treated as
one. YouliaViallierrun, now, after your
POI/4d ' 1 , 1 4 tillf ,itililfo.ill' nseAultailial.
crib, and earma-Ang. Ihts baby whossecradle
maxi' millie tree tot; and *had nurse -was the
wind. Yon will not wear your corals, because
grandpa says they are for babies, not for men;
you had rather hunt hens' nests than to play
bo,peep; and when I hold out my arms to you,
as you stand in the doorway,twnding your hat,
yeti turn- your head on one ride, liken half-
tamed bird a-perch on one's finger, while-your
dancing eyes seem to say, "You'll see, you'll
see. I'll soon take flight !" • Pretty soon you'll
not believe in the wolf that talked to Red
Riding Head, and Will lore faith in Santa Clause.
. I cannot keep the bud in its sheath; I can
notii stay the little bark that ' aso rapidly ,
down the hurrying stream of . Soon the
rill will broaden into a river, an the realm of
roses and sunny skies will be pinged. And the
geld ortheZe ringlest shall be dimnied by time,
and the roses perchance drop from there pretty
cheeks;.. and , sorrow and sin, it maybe, cloud
the Cleat; blue 'heaven of these Innocent eyes.
- Theralliam crying, How grandpa would
laugh if he caught me, and ray it was because
I wanted the curls to stay and make a girl of
his - bi3yl Bee ! there 4tre tears glistening in
these, sunny „clusters of hair ,
. like dew among
tile' gblden blossomed jesdamme vines, and your
eyes ~ are hiciking at me with wide-opened
wonder, and your red lip beginning to quiver
Witliteadysyrripathy. Oh, Robbie! even if the
worst should come, and I should have. to lay
this bright head with its locks of undimmed
lustre under a coffin-lid, and see the grass grow
bet Ween my darling - and the, bosom he ' once
slept upon, I should still thank God for having
.giverighirm,lor haiing 'crowned my life with
the holy - blessiiirotmothertrood;'for His such
little arms as these around our necks, Robbie,
that make - us - feel:atri:re to do, and"to suffer;
it's drawing such, little beads '.as -these, close,
ekie.tO 'our breast that keepa the hearts of some
of us mothers front breaking.
There I that; is grandpipa's step upon the
stair, and the task is just completed—the little
lamb is shorn: Look 'at this blight heap of
glistening silk such; as Persian looms never
wove into richest fabric. Here is the "golden
-fleece" for You, such as never the love of Medea
sought; ; You did not know that such a gilt
tering wealth grew on your little head—did
yowiblue-Oed baby? -
, ' No,, yon must not clutch it with those, de
structive,fingers. On—grandpa g calling you
-let him See his little man; but leaVe - me-these
the, first curls edit fermi my_ balti!s Wad. I wilt
put them away, to remind me, in other days, of
his sweet, lost'infaimy. • , , • ' '•
A Mormon Anciiimr.-,Flder Hyde, writing
in the Desalt Aim anti polygamy
bill in.Congrlss, winds up with the following
•:'What's fix' some of our priestly
uternhers.of.pongress will be in when they , dui
and 'itre&friecl by
_angels to Alin:a t y'aboskirol,
Abishain,. of cknrse,.fis their fattier andWeil
lheY'ffet borne-to his boson} ftfld.S §f4.*ky
iug on rie'arrn - and Hagaron the other, cing
in such close - proximity to and" , SO iiiixed 'up
witkpolyga,my, they may begirtXoll. the old
gentleman - of his errors, his corruptions and
his wickedness. The old father Won't stand
this, but administer to Ahemit good threshing,
tell them to keep their new clean and mind
their own Nish:Less.' ' Ile: Will, most 'likely,
regard all en& as ille(itiinsth children; for, if
they were hialegitimate children, they would
do thembilistof Abraham; and-one portion of
his work was to take unto himself more than
one wife." '
" e celebrated ir(saions4a-wwl..
• :„..1 4 41em hay.;•-• the ba" and
arable ' rdtr.*KrsET'l3 Dagger
, Gallery. 4 ' r • 111 17 -d B M
AMEY & I.,EMER's, GALLERY,
IB TEli PLACE TO 04T
EITHER PLAIN OR COLORED
OF ANY 8/Zl4 ,
AT VERY LOW DES.