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DR . JOHNSON,
Has discovered the tnost certain, speedy
and °Natal remedy in the world for
• • - DISROBES. OPIMPHODEINCE,
IN sox to TWILVI 10011.
Igo Mercury er Noxious Drugs.
/Er A Min WiItRANTRD OR NO CHARM IN mom on to
TwO . Ders
Weakness of the Back or Limbs, Strictures, Pains in
the Loins; Affections of the Kidneys and Bladder, Organic
Weelmam, Nervous Debility, Decay of the Physical Row
ers, Dyspepsia languor, Low Spirits, Confusion of Ideas
palpitation of the Heart, Timidity, Trembling!, Dimness of
light or Giddiness, Disease of the Stomach Affections of
the Head, Throat, Nose or Skin—those terrible disorders
arising frOm the indiscretion or Solitary Habits of Youth—
those dreadful anddestrnetive practices which produCe
eenlititational debility, render marriage impossible, and
destroy both body and mind.
Young men especially who have become the victims of
solitary Vice,,tbat_dreadful and distractive habit which
anittially awoopito an untimely.gravethoosands of young
men Of the most Mated talent andlii lliont intellect, who
mightotherwise have entranced listening MILAN with the
thunders of eloquence, or wakedtoecstacy theliving lyre,
may colt with fullconlidence.
Married verso:Ms, or those contemplating marriage, being
aware of physical wealmesS, should Immediately consult
Dr. 3., and be . restored to perfect healtho
ItoluthafelP,Oursiandfull Vigor Rettered
He who places himself under the care of Dr: may
religiously confide in; hener as a gaidlentan, and , confi
dently rely upon his skill as a physician. • • • e
si- Mace No: , 7 Bottliltrederick street, Baltimore, d.,
on thd left band side going from Baltimore street, T d re
fttlifthniffifelf. liorpatlOnlifritrOlniertlng - thirna ne
and number, or you will mistakethe place. Be particular,
for 4moron4Trillirtif QuildatrWitth*POTN n eSM'ea l in
Eteetribeig Crertiffiattei, attracted -brthe reputation of Dr.
Johnston, lurk near. •
4.11 lettere must contain a Postage Stamp, to use on the
Da Jonsumon member el' the Royal College 01 Burgeon
London., graduate from one of the meat eminent Colleges°
the 1). Mates, and the greater part of whose life has bees
Ott In the Hospitals of London, Paris, Philadelphia and
elsewhere, has Wrested some of the most astonishing cures
that were ever known. Many trenbled With ringing in the
eerie and head when asleep great nervousness, being
alarmed at sudden sounds, bashfulness, with frequent
blushing, attended sometimes with derangement of mind
were cured immecUately
TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE
Dr. J. addresses all those woo having tnjuredthem
selves by private and improper indulgences, that secre.
and solitary habit which ruins both body andmind, 1313
aging them tor either business or society.
-These are some of the sad and melancholy effects pro.
duced -by early habits of youth, viz : Weakness of, the
Haokand Limbs, Pains in the Head, Dimness " of Sight,
Less of Muscular Power, Palpitation of the Heart, Dyspep
11% Nervous Irritability, Derangement of the Digestive
Functions. General Debility, Braille= of Oonsump
.lifentally, thetearfuleffects on the mind are mush to be
dreaded.;—Loss of Memory, Confusion of ;Ideas, Deprett
lion of Spirits, Evil Forebodings Aversion to Society, Self
distrust, Love of Solitude , Timidity, &c., are some. of tb e
Thepaands of persons of all ages, can mnwindsoanhitut
tas cause !et thar damning• handl; losing 'their vigor, be.
cOttiint, weak; pale; nervous and eimulated, lava a singe
laq , about the eyes, cough, and symptoms of
. YOUNG NNW ' ,
who have injured themselves by a certain, practlee, in
dulged in-when alone-- a habit frequently learned from
evil,companiona, or at, school, the effects of ; which are
nightly felt, even whoa; asleep, and if not cured, renders
marriage linpessible an d deetroys both mind and body
h ould apply Immed iately.
What a pity that a young ma n, tke hope of his country,
the darling of his parents, should be snatched from all
prospects and enjoyments of life by the consequences of
deviating trent the path of nature, and Indulging in a
certain secret habit. Such persons must, before content
effect that a sound mind and bedy are the most newt
tau requlattes to promote connubial happiness. ladeed
without these, the journey through life becomes's weary
pilgrimage ; the prospect hourly darkens to the view ;
the mind becomes shadowed with despair, and Riled with
the melancholy reflection that the happiness of another
becomes blighted with our own.
DR. JORNSTON I B INVIGORATING REMEDY FOE
ORGANIC WARNERS ' _
By this groat and important remedy, Weakness of the
1 0}ine are speedily cured, and full vigor reatored..
usands of the most nervous and deldliteted who
Wet all hope, have been immedbitely *nevoid.; Al
Impediments to b arriage, Physical or Neritalleiquelth
Sidon 'Nervous . 1 rambling, Weakness or Rthetiation. of
the most tearful hind epeedily cured. -
The many thousands cured at this Institution within the
Wt twelve years, and the numerous importantidurgica
Operations performed by man 3., witnessed by , trot
porters of the papers, and y other persons, Mal
which have appeared again and again before the public,
besides his standing as a gentleman of chamfer and re
lic 171 1 141 3 a, is a sunicient guarantee to the afilloted
OF 111PRITOENCE.—When the misguided. and
Imprudent votary of pleasure finds he has imbibed the
seeds of this painful disease it too often happens taint an
ill-tamed seoso of shame or dread of discovery deters him
from applying to those who, from education and re
speetability can alone befriend elm,delaying till the
Constlutional symptoms of this horrid ilac= make their
appearance, a ff ecting the head, throat, nose, skin, ho.,
progressing - on with frightfhl rapidity, till death puts a
period t a his dreadful suffering. by sending him to "that
bourne from whence no traveller returns." it is a melan
choly feet that thousands fall victims to this'terrible dim
use, owing to the unskilfulness of Ignorant pretenders,
who; by the use of that deadiypoisoe, mercury ruin the
constitution and make the residue of life miserable ;_•
Sib Strangers —The DoemesDiplomits hang in his Mee.
or Letters must contain a Stamp to us on the reply.
- Mr Remedies sent by Mail .
far No. 7 South Frederick street, Baltimore.
FAMILY DRUG STORE.
iKEE UNDERSIGNED HAS OPENED
a Wholesale and Retail Drug and Prescriptlon More,
tot e Iron Front Bunning, No .128 Market street, iatelz
.epeuntett by . Mr. Eby, Wehre can be foundi4pleOfWw•
.Moak , et Preen and Pure Diugai_Perinmery BefeN.,
OIL, COAL OIL LAIdPS, Burning Phild,Ale (Bel Patent;
bleoglines,. Stationery, Fancy extleles, Ste. We
have the agescY for the sale of Eline , s Celebrated Etta:
Acialleeth, to wlnab we would , invite the amen** of
By strict attention te'lweiures, and desire to phase,
We respectfully salt a s or Public Patronage.
G. W. IatILIB.,
N. B.—Prime Havana PE WI Tobacco mlnstiMtlY'
en band. 4 • -
FRANK A. -
(Su 'or..intor to Wtn. Parkta,)
LIVERY Ste, EXCHANGE ST, !.E
IVlNG , :parc44o44liik ,
Al. Emma in the. egrablichmenr, and made
ad onitto.the m teak, the ,undersigned is prepared
'nemeemodate thepnblio with SUPYEIOR HOBOS for saddle
V. Or carriage purpoeesoind with every:v.oo,4y ,of•YEJiIIeLEI
thclateet and moat approved: styleikon,,rwoaable
.I.I.ISOI3REPARTLEFI wilt be aocrinmodatedWithbm*,
. buses at Ilion notice,
:CARBIAGEB AND OldirrEarßES rofty.lapOW.
MONS will be furnished, „accompanied, by lageltd and
He invitowanimpanton of hlwthookisaialled4bail it 1q
Map eqyallonbai at .07 other establisdimeatef then:lnd
in town. .IPiteeTIVA. YURRLY.
.B.INCIEI ,- SWARLip
The underidgeellhes o ettA,bremeh or ma "VIVI=
and ExcasNets lately como:
led by Barr, ip 4.oirthAtTeret,oppOsite rho, Babelr
here he . is preparedlo AcCetarireditellie 2 puhlie
wlimus, at alletes, on reasonable tern' 3c; - 1
• 'nrir iteeklii large and.varled,,rind will recommend itsett :
li•dtkrdl9Blll 'RANK 11.1111JUATI
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1 . Haang
410. A -
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NV i ‘ l ifidt ; 4 l -. C IIIIIIIP/- . .
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deseriPtlon; cheaper A..
.1 Half Squaredo ne day
i • c ti - tabliebroentla Ole comAtrY. - • 1.!. i
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.la - ElourA•liues oriels conS ADTKEL
it 01 1= 1 [11, .. SO Ji )
' 'RATES OF
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Bras or morelhan four 'constitute a eque:ro.
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one year N 600
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HELMBOLD'S BUCHU for the Bladder.
HELMBOLD'S BMW for the Kidneys.
HELMBOLD'S BUCHU for the Gravel:
HELMBOLD'S BUCHU icr the Dropsy. '
HELMBOLD'S BUCHU for Nerveuemessj
BELMBOLDII- BUCHU for Loss-of Memory.'
HELMBOLD'S BUCHU for Dimness 01 Yieio
EIKLEBOLTYSMUCHU for Difficult Breathing.
HELMBULD'A BUCHU for Weak Nerves.'
HELMBOLD'S BUCHU for General Debility
HkIMBOLD , S. BUCHU for Universal Lassitude.
HELMBOLD'S BUCHU for Horror of Edsesse.
HELMBOLD'S .BUCHU for Night Sweats.:
HELMBOLD'S BUCHU for Wakefulness.
HELMBOLD'S BUCHU for Dryness of the Skin.
BELMBOLD'S BUCHU for Kruptions.
HELMBOLD'S BUCHU for Pain in the Back.
HELMBOLD'S BUCHU for Heaviness of the Eyelids,',..eth
Temporary-Suffusion d Loss f l ight.
HELMEOLD , S 'BUCHU for Mobility and Restioasneas,
iritit-Want of Attention and Horror of Society.
BELIKBOLD'S BIIOHU for Obstructions.
HELMBOLD'S BUCHU for Excesses arising from Indis
cretion, and all diseases of
FEMALES , FEMALES', FEMALES,
I'EMALES' FEMALE.% FEMALES,
TAKE zro MORE rlfzs,
TAKE NO MORE PILL% -
IHEY ARE OF NO AVAIL.
THEY ARE OF IVO AVAIL.
ljae BELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BIICRII for all cowl:lab:as
noident to the sex.
No Family Should Be Without It
TAMEN° MODEM &LRAM or Injurious and Unfileitaant
Medicine for Unpleasant and Dangdrona Diseates. I ,
Use . LIELMEIOLDIS EXTRACT BUCHU for Damao
arising from babits indulged in
By young and Old
And fisr diseases arising from Babits.of Dissipation. It re
moves.a.ll improper discharges, and; wlll restore the pa
tient in a short time to a stato.of Health and Purity.
Use BELMBOLD'S =TRACT BUCEIU for Dlseasea and
Affections of the most Distressing Character. •
Use BELMBULD'E EXTRACT BUCHU for all - Atettions
and diseases of the
Whether 'existing in
Male or Female,
from whatever canoe originating, and se matter of
How' 'Long StamOng. ,
All of the above 'diseases and symptoms ndinit of the
same treatment, and may origininate from the same
READ I READ ! READ I READ!
BELMBOLD'S BUCHII is 'safe, and pleasant Militate
and odor, but Immediate in its action.
Personally appeared before me, an Alderman of the
City of Philadelphia, H. T. Helmboid, Cnemist, who be
hag duly swern, does say, that his preparation contains
no Narcotic, Mercury, or injurious drug, but Le Orel) ,
Vegetable. ' H. T. 'HELMBOD,
Sworn and subscribed beforeane, this 28d. day of No
vember, 1854. WM. P. DIBBARD, alderman.
Price $l per bottle, or six for 0, delivered to any ad
A. 'Fria Costs but a Dollar—Try it;
and be convinced of its efficacy. And it is accotripiinied
by reliable and responsible certificates from prof mom
of Medical Colleges, Clergymen and others. ;
Prepared by • ' H. T. REMBOLD, •
-Practical and Analytical Chemist,
101 South Tenth Street, below Chestnut,
Nrossauff•CerrnOit,,-,Should unprincipled Dealits•txy •
ARK FOR BELMBO.L.D'S RICTRAOF BMW.'
TAKE NO OTHER. ." •
Sold by D. W. Gross & Co., and all Druggists every
Cut this out--send or call for it, avoid eip i psuro
LIFE PILLS AND PHOENIX BITTERS.
r MEDICINES have now been; ba
t fore thepithlic fsr a period of THIRTY YEARS, and
I :dur leg thaVtime have maintained a high character in al
most every part. of the Globe, for their extraordinary
and immediate ppwer of restoring perfect health to per
- stiffering . 'undisr nearly' every kind of disc+e,Srt,
which the human frame is liable• •
The following areamong the distressing variety of hp
man diseaseibi which the
VEGETABLE LIFE MEDICINES
Are well known to be Infallible. 1
DYSPE.PSIA, by thoroughly cleansing the first and
second stomachs, and creating a ..flow of pure -heilthy
bile, instead of the stale and acrid kind ; FLA. ITO
LENCY, Loss of Appetite, Monti:Ann, Headman, Rest
leonine, 111-Temper, Anxiety, Languor and Melancboly,
which arc the generaL symptoms of Dyspepsia rwitl van_,
tali, as a pattrelconseimence,of its,cure.
COSTIVENESS, by cleansing the whole length . n of
the intestines with.a, , solvent process, and, without vio- 1
Jame; all violent ptirgenleaVe the , bowels costive llthin
FEVERS of all limas, by restoring the blond to
regnint: cfroulition, through the proceed of respiatiOn in
such eases, and the thorough solution of all intestinifob.
structiktiln °tiers. . I
The LIFE MEDICINES haVe been known to cure
RIIEUINA.TISM. permanently in three' weeke and
.GOUT inhalf that time, by removing ioCal inflammation
from the muscles and Ilmunebts of thejoinis. . • ,
DEOPSIES of all bindi, by freeing and strenithen=
inn the kidneys and bledder; they operate moat delight
fully on these important organs, and henee have lever
..beet; 'found:Pc certain reinedy tor. the *brit cases-of
-also WORMS; by diglodglng,from•the turnbigebl
the'boweliAtie slitoriiattei to, Whibh thCse ores:tarsi
_ . .
ACTIMVX,, 'ULCERS,. and
SORES; by,Lbe_perfectipurity which these LIFE MEDI.
CINESAive to the blood, and all the humors.
SCOMBUTICFORUPTILONS and BAD COMPLEX
lONS, by their alterate effect; upon the fluids 'thee, feed•
the skin, and Stale of Which, Occasions
eruptive eomplaints; sallow, cloudy; and other eisteßee
able coriardexions. • • , ' . ,
a,,The.use.of these-Pills for it very short time will effect
-snentire cure of SIAM PLFIINATIM., and a striking
Frovement in the cleardess or the skin. COMMON
CopplikanClN,FECENTLjt.:WilLtilolays be curadl:hy
ens Omen inikeitd.r4
PILES" The origlntil - preprietir; of Mesa modl4l ,;
was circa Of Piles; '0f , 85 years standinghY the use of the
LIFE •IdEDICINIS alone:
PIDVICEL.ANIVAGIIIE.—For this scourle or the
Westernnountry; these Medicines.will 'be - found asafe,
speedy; and certain remedy: Other Medicinet have the
, system subject to a reUlin of the disease—a cure by theee
'Medicines is permanent...TßY , lEEE, YapED;
' -BILIOUS FEVERS . AND LIVER • LI:ONI
sPLAINTS...,Sniss.AL"DzoiLinr, Lona olt. Amami, and
LS sued (SP. Fralti*Lthe Medicines have been plead
with the most beneficial results in cases of this descrip;i•
tion IClogs",EVll;tind*Rtycifoli;.in,its worst forme,Yields
to thosidld - yerpsWeifate, Of theteremarkable
anal:" '1144 'Mewl;Nervoustow'
plaints .of all kinds; Palpitation' of the ' Hearty, Painters!,`
,Colle,sre.speedily cured. •
,DISEASES , -Persons Whose
. constibrions - havebecome - impaired . by the injudicious
use of Mercury, mill find theseifedioisas a perfect :cure,
as,they never fail.to eradicate from the system, all:the
effects .ofmercury,:inflnitely sooner than the most pewee
ful preparationnef Sarsaparilla.. '
Prep tared and sold by W.
885 Broadway, New• York.. .
'ls versals by all: Druggists. jy2O•dawly.
NI , lan FIRBT AititivAL,
BUT ARRIVED IN Don TIME TO BE
SOLD AT REDUCED PRICES,
ithaor S VALLEY sitgrr COAL, $2,50 per ton.
" NUT " $.4.00 "
Also.constantly on band,
LYKEWS VALLEY BROKEN,
cErp•DLA Arm fumuutoAT COAL,
No. 8 and 4,
Blacksmith. Coal, Allegheny, and Broad Top. Also,
Hickory, Oak and Pine Wood. B. BURS
p No .4d2 Ch -t
-,. • . BIACILINPRIV ...." , ' .
EYERX, iisiecilitum . of: Iron: : Cir". Wood'
~.,... Machinery built in, the best teenier at the - _ - :
1,. L. W a f?Z, ...' '
. ' FABLE . WORKS,
0. • Penuni.R./03ad; shot CStale Meet. 1
tianisbura Aprll2ll )1158,--400..
"INDEPENDENT IN ALL TH.INGS-NEUTRAL IN NONE."'
HARRISBURG, PA.. MONDAY
,AFTERNOON, OOPOBER 15, 1860.
DL DARIUS RAM'S
AROMATIC INVIGORATING SPIRIT,.
This Medicine has been used by the yinblio for Ms years , ,
with increasing favor. It-is - recommended to
Dysgepru?., Nervousness; /I art-Burn,,Ctific Pains;
Winti'm the Walach, or Pains inUeelßowe ,
Headache, Drowsiness, Kidney ask ,
' Aunts, Imo Spirits 'Marlton '
FLIBLLRLLER, INV CORM" RUT
WILL NOT INTOXICATE OR &OPER
S A MEDICINE it is quick nd effectitt
curing We most aggravating case o Dyspepsia,
Kidney Complaints, and. all othir derange ant or tha:
Stomach and Bowels, in a speedy manner.
It will instantly revive, the most melliocli ly and
drooping spirits, and restore the weak, nervous fad sickL .
ly to health, strength and vigor.
Persons who, from the injudicious use of liquors bte,
become dejected, and their nervous systems ebat in tered",-
constitutious broken down, and suhjgct ,to that horrible
curse to humanity, the Thum= Titimgnis, will, almoeti
immediately, feel the happy and healthy' invigoratinic
efficacy of Dr. Ram's Invigorating ,
WHAT IT. WILL DO
DORI.—One wine glass full as often is necessary.
One dose will remove all Bad Spirits. '
One dose will cure Heart-burn. - •
Three doses will cure Indigestion. -
One dime - will give you a Good Appetite.
One dote will stop the distressing pains of Dyspepsia.
One dose will remove the distressing and disagreeable`
effects of Wind or Flatulence, and, as soon as, the stomach
'receives the Invigorating Spirit, the dlstrossing,load ant
all painful feelings will be removed. `--
One dOSOWillTeutove the most distressing-pains of Colin,
either in the stomach or bowels. • '
A few domes will remove all obstluctions in the ifidnejr,
Bladder or. Urinary Organs.. „.
Personswhe are Seriously" afflicted with any Kidney 1
Complaints are assured speedy relief by a dose or two;
and a radical cure by the use of one or two bottles.
Persons who, from dirsipalingtoo much over night, and
feel the evil effects of poisonous liquors, in violent' head.
aches, sickness at stomach, weakness giddiness, A la.,.
will find one dose will remove all bad feelings.
Ladies of weak and sickly constinitions,ehoeldtake the
• Invigorating Spirit three times a day ; it will make them
strong healthy and happy, remove all obstructions said,
irregularities from the menstrual organs, and restore the
bloom of health and beauty to the careworn faCe.
During pregnancy it will be found an invaluable
tine to remove disagreeable sensations at the stonily:MA
AU the proprietOr asks is a trial, and to induce this,ba
has.put up the Invigorating Spirit in pint bottles, ht
cents, quarts $1
General Depot, 48 Water street, N. Y. •
Wholesale Agent,' Philadelphia, D. YOTT, dr. CO. and.
for .sale in Harrisburg by C. A. Bannvart, D. W. Oros tit
Co. and C. K. Keller, and by all Druggists everywhere. ,
NEW MOURN! NG GOODS
CATHOART & BROTHER,
Have now open a large rassortmont of MOURNING
and SECOND MOURNING
alkotner goods desirable for Fall and Winter wear.
. - N 0.14 .Market Square,
212 Next to tho Harrisburg Bank.,
11 .0 1 1. 11 .1.1
MME MAN "
BANKING, STOCK, ,BILL AND ;
No. 28 Bbuth Beoond St.;llgilOttig.,
goNDs„ AND STOCKS FOR'. SAlig
or 4,000` Harrisburgßodds.
80'Sharei of Harrisburg Bridge COmpany.
.70' " " Gas. . "
JU - J)SOIT's
E inventor and manufacturer
--Cod's Mountain Herb' Pals? has 'spent the' greater
part of - his life in travelling, having:visited neatly every
country iwthe world He spent`over six years whim
the Rocky Mountains and of Mexico, and it woof:butt that
the '9AOTINTAIN Hans .Pals" were discovered.' A veg .
Interesting account of hie adventures there, you will find
in our Almanac and Pamphlet; • • •
It is an established fact; that all diseases arise from - '
. • .
The blcol is the life 1 and when. any foreign or nii-•
healthy matter gets mixed ; ith it, it is once diatchntect to
every organ of the body. Every nerve feels the pfdfah,
and all,the-vital organs quickly complain. The stomach`
will ilot ; digest the food perfectly. - The liver (Nada - to.
secrete a Sufflciency of bile. The action of the heart IS
.weakened, and so the circulation is feeble. The fangs he
comb clogged with!tlie poisonous Matter hence Awe&
.:.;aad all troth. s li ght impurity of the f o untain '- head of
life- the Blond l` As if you had thrown .some .earth,tfer
instance,' in a pure 'opting, frerawitich calf SAlisy rivulet
in a few minutes the : whole course of the stream -he,
comes disturbed and discolored. As quickly does impure
blood fly to every part, and leaire its sting behind.
'the pessages.become obstructed, and unless , the obstruo
tiontremovedi the lamp of life soon dies out.-
!rhea& punenot onlypurify the blood; butiegenenite all
.the secretions of the body, they are; therefore Unrivalled
CURE FOR BILIOUS DISEASES; •
laver Complaint, Sick..Eles4ache Anti-Bilion
.Medicine eirpatifionithe. bleed the bdden seeds of die.
CIO, and ' renders the fluids and secretions pine and
flifent,clefaiiig and 'resuscitating the vital oigeas.
. Pleasant indeed, is it to us, that -ye are able to place
*thin your math, a medieine like the."Motritun Hasa
Plus;" that will pass directly to the aitilicteitparts,unofigh
.the blood and fluids of the body, and' cense the .offerer
Ito hrighten With the of beauty and health. - •
.Tudson's Pills . are the Best Remedy in e,xist,
ence for' the following. Complaints:
DditielLbmplehits, . . Inward emcees;
Coughs, Fever auk e.guo, Liver Comp
coklei" .Female Cempitduts,Lo;•:llB3 01 Spirita,
Pleat DlEteases; l;eadaa hes , Piles,
hlfgesDon,. ,Sthrotiud Gravel,
, DYPePsg. - latiClenita, • • 8 . 001811 da 1 7-I. I MO'
'Disfritceti, • inflammation, ' • lodisio -
Dropsy) .0 • •
, . ,• tt f .
GREAT F Ribirli tR. MEDICINE!
females ,:vino value . neitittfoineuer never. be Nithout
these . They: purify the blood; remove etisitudii o PB
of 'all kinds, cleanse' the skin:Of all pimpleaand blotches,
and bring the rich color of health to the pale (Meek.
lir The /lAMB_ and . Herbs : of , which thetiti rilla ere
made, were discoveredin amery surprising wayi among
the Tezucans, a tribe of Aborigines !in 'Mexico. Get the
,Almanac of our Agent, and you' will "read - with - delight,
,the yerir totetosting sooouuE--it Uiditaipcof.. the - liElazar
.lautoouvie! of, the Aztecs.
Oltiserve.--The ateididn' rb,Pills. put up !ILA
.BPootltol Wropper. Each box c0upgu5,40,41.11.? angle=
Writ 260610 per.bon.ZiAll giiiiiiinVeave the eigaraire
of .B. L. JUDSON ai CO., on each boa.,
B. L. JIIPSON
No. 09 Leonard ,Street,
- . •
Eir..Agonts warded always—Address as above. Yal
'kb/040041/m , .
• N ••--
r4LUABLE BUIZDDTG LOTS ,, FOR BALD.:
NUMBER OF LABDREIZEIIIMILD
ING.LOTS.adJoining the 'Round Hause , and Work
nhOps"..OS.! the ...Retina. 'Railroad. Vanii.Parli, Abe
.low anal;On reasonable terms.. L. .Apply to " •
au 80 6it! JOAN W. AAILFi
MATT INSURANCE COIOOI
Ar , B. - ilornerlPThii'd and WalnueZtreett,
IPIXILADELPRIA. • -
INCORPORATED 1 4 835'
M ARINE . INSURANCES. on Vesselt
ITl:Caligdendlieiglit toall pirts of the Wiwi&
INLAND INSURANCES on Goodshy; itivers, Canals
Lakes and Land Carriages to all parts of the Union.
BE IiSSURANCMS,en Merchandise generally, and on
Stores, Dwelling Honses, - SEc: -
,ASBET OF TRE..ool4.PAllY,4ovember Ist, 1858
$068,804 70: •
November 10, 1868;
Thc,Board.4 l Directors: hive this day deidaied a divii•
dend-or 2 SIX-PRIt GENT. in Cash, on the Capital - Stock
:and 220.127.116.11.101 T; on ‘ the Goripil the °emptily, pay
able.= ailikatttmlst the proximo. . • • .
.They Have-t iso deelafed a Scrip Dividend
FIVE P TA-MIT. 'on the Original . Stock, and on the
Beirnesn.P4onsibmBfeethe year ending October 31= 1868,
CeithleatOsifOr -which will be issued to,the partici en
tycip to the same, on and after the first of December.
al-10i*bre: and. Resolution adojetal by the '
"Wmtlastsi, ifielnereased means of the ConiMmy arising
~ : from :Fronts, , and which will be derived from the In
-I.uoastriCetOltal Stook?under the late amendments to the
Act of Incorporationrender the further continuance ol
the Guarantee Capital unnecessary, therefore : be' it—
Reeolteile . That the Gintrantee Capital be discontinued,
and 'the Notes representing the mine be delivered lib to
the makers thereof, as soon as theltisks taken during the
erlod embraced in said Notes shall have determined.
W Martin, " James 0. Hand, '"W
Joseph H. Seal, Theo . Paulding , Tames Tennant,
Sonder,. itir lt. M. Mutton; J:R.M.Vialand,
John 0. , Davis, • H h Crag,- • Wm. o.:LudNig,
ROhdrt Bnirtim Wltrain, - - Thomas C.
John Charles Kelley, . Joshrui P. Eyre,
Leiper, Samtiel E. Stokes, Jacob ' P. • Jonels;
Edward Darling ton, Henry Sloan, • J.T.Logau,PIINg
Minis Bmoke, James Traquair, D. T. Mongol],
J. F. Peniston - J. B. Semi+
LIAM MARTIN, President. ,
THOMAS 0. HAND Vice Presiden t.
HENRY LYME:MN. Saciatarir.
.The undersigned, as agent for.. the abode OcatiOty,ts.
prepared to make insurances on all darrilitim!li of t pro
party the most liberal term: • •
jeulS.dkwly WILLIAM BUREILERi
. Harrisburg, Pa.
B CEIRH A. IrElll3
THE CELEBRATED HOLLAND REMEDY FOR
DISEASE OF THE KIDNEYS
WEAKNESS OF .ANY KIND,
• FEVER AND AGUE
And the various a ff ections consequen t upona-dlsord,ered
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Such as Indigestion, Acidity of the Stomach, ;Colicky
Pains, Heartburns, Loss of. Appetite, Desiondendy,"Cos
• . •
insu sees ''estorLihne numerous iroVed hithlybeetirl,.ected
a decided cure.
This is a purely vegeta.ble compound, prepared on
strictly scientific principles, attar the manner of the cele
brated Holland Professor, Boeihave. literepntatiOn at
home produced its,. introduction...here, the ,demand com
mencing With those' of the Fatherland &Altered over the
face of this mighty country, many of.whomtrought with
iheneand handed down' theinn:titian of its *Slue: St is
now offered is the American public, AmattinglAst truly
"tiWarletted`Medicinal'eirtiies must be adinelededged."' "
It,is particularly recommended to"thosepersons whose
constitutioneniay have neon impaired ` by the - continuous
use of ardent e_piriM,. or other forms, of dissipation. Glen--'
Instantaneous in effect, it finds its way:directly to
the,seat et' life, !thrilling and . colckening , . every nerve,
raising up the drooping spirit, and, in fact, intosing:new
health and vigor:in the system:
NOTICE.-whoever expects to find this a beverage, will
-be disappointed; but. to the sick;weak and low spirited.
It will prove's grateful aromatic cordial, possessed of
of:singular remedial propertiv.
The Genuine highly.concentrated Bcerhave's Holland
Bitters hi put up in half-pint bottles only, and retailed at
.ONE. Doti AR ?er.bottici„or six bottles for. F/VE DOMANI:—
Thethittliemand' , fof this truly celebrated Medicine hits
induchthmantimitations f which the public should guard
Viritßeware Of. Imposition. Sea that our name is on the
label of every bottle you buy. • .
Soldilsy Druggists generally. It can be forwarded by
Etpress to most points.
• " S 0 T 0 R 9",.
BENJAMINPAGE, JR. & CO.)
YANUP A 0 T'IOIIINO
Phannazeutids . and Chemists.
P SgBIT G , , P4.A!":
For sale ilia 'city of Harrisburg by ,D: lar..Goam
co, , septl-dawly
Ai§elloaL BOOK:-,"OUR . OVERN
31.1011.'"—in. explanatory' 'statement of the 643 2
'Ata tf tiff, CgOvernment: a-the country. , By M. Willa—
proper historical notices. The. work eves
niatruction of ...the Constitution' of the United States;
niteef , thenseveral.Statee, as determined by audit
ithority or derived from.standare writers. accordi
tercrencesneted. It is designed for Colleges,
use and .%h - Ols," and .han been no used .to a
wabie extent:l' It 4"i:recommended for this: pur
ly Jurists, Itiesidente. and Professm s of Colleges.
isalefut 09,1ky. I'IMINFEY, Harrlabtim
and t •
-0 1 natii•
,dtationalProvieloca, and.Primiples of Govern
Inzeterence•to the political topicavrthe.titlie3,ggo
ood .explothed t from otatoralive and
V1:111; GOVERNMENT" or coN,
(OICAL'aieN tut. For sale, , at S 1 00, by 11.
1. - "I'O s tISTI,TUTION OF - THE ' UNIT, D.
'k.) ATES..-L•lt Walt dc:signd ' to be .read- and under-
retokid:by the people. .A.koowledge,of OUI: CIVIIAINStitII. ,
,tlonsj NbamgyAreund of true . patriotism, is ensentlal 'to
tlieir .pmervanon. and proper resdts. An 'explinate*
of the'proiieleoil of Censtitutloa, and'efolin system
of Government, as founded , on Judisial authority andfde
rived from standard anibors, leaven, in ktorro adaPtod
to common use to the - "Nrork entitled "OUR. GQl4.llfii
MENT,t, end' CONSTITUTIONALiiiipIEAL7?" . by. M. W.
ilitiiiiy.L'ifoieilii; at $l-01); by hlmiatv , 3Mirtisburrt, and
' at the bookstores generally. • • -,, - ~ ~ .17- 1 'f,"4•1,..34,49
PROF. ADOLPH P. TEIJPSER,
WOULD., respectfully , :inform., his,. old
*- y Patrons and the path° gene?rid4l', 'MA he will
continue to give iostr.octions on the risam,Fongs, ME
LODEON', VIOLIN atid aliki in theighince' Of . THOICOUGII
,BASS.. lie will w`th- pleasure wait upon: popileat3 their
liodietratany hour'desired; or lotions will be given at
his, residence, in!Third 7 streac alely Aoers . . het* the
derrnati nefaraiedtitridole:" dtidi.s-dtr
AUGIJS , TINE L. 'MOYNE.
6 - A1t11314 - ItEit'AMY'litaDEß.
ResidemiNo.,27* Noith Stem( kflteeL
ROOKS • AND SCHOOL
•I. Sohool.B.oolte and Stationery in
tl.e public and selact schools of our city will
be foul u r 91160 CHEAPEST PILICFS,
I FGNES'S CHEAP BOOKSTORE,,
my 3.13 ; • . • Market street.
ALL kinde•of Iron
.Ctostings made to or-,
Ader, of the very best stoc)c, and all Casstings pickled
to remove the sand and *ale. •We have. the beet and
most extensive assortment of - Palley pasterns this side of
Philadelphia. • Apply at the EAGLE WORKS, .
P.ewn l 4:R. Road, shove Mate !treat.
rril 22, ISO —dtv
GEORGE • FISHER,
• , i nersous ;having .businesis •to :be .transamed•in the
Several .04rto of Happbin county v the.Land Department
of this state, or before the Heard or Pioperty. • Having
been associated in the - practice of the Law; with his lath ,
er, ,JOHN A. kl£4lEll,,he promises :diligent •and careful
at. =thin tO,alt,profeestonal . business : ,entootted-, to Ulm
Moe Olin* or EleCond and Ipoust sheets , (opposite to
Vie- • .la, House, 'ffarritilittrg. ap9.6-
Offic . ‘" Walnut betwinn Second and
Tlnrd, Harrisburg, Pa.
T. ',J. - NILES
OFFERS his seriribee.to the vitizeias .of -
Harrisburg and its vicinity:.; He solicits ashare of
the public patrottage,.nnd gitces assurance that his best
- MideaVors shall be given to renderhatialaction in, his Pro
fession. Being an old: well.triedlientist, - hc feels safe in
inviling: the public% generally AO' mill? oh hikii;:assuring
theekttiat they , will not.be,dissatistled With hisiservices
(Ado No. 128 Market street, in the house formerly oct
,cupled by Jacob R. Eby, near the ilhilted 'EltAites - Hotel,
Harrisburg,l%..r- • • ' I7rty.B-41y
' MA • •
Residenc'e„'eheitniit - 86eet near Four tit.
r- , • it
AMEY & LEPIER! .GALLERY,
SMALII`PIOTURES OF DECEASED FRIENDS
GORIED-AND ENTIAITOEDI OR COLORED.
BITE - FILER -ROUSE,
11: K E T B Q it)
GEO. J. , BOLIWT, PROPAIETbit. • - •
Tho ab bve well, known mid, long: established lic.tel
now undergoing a thorough renovation, and being,in a
great degree neivik Surrdshed; niider the proprietorship
of Mr. Gams 807,10 N, .who bah heen an inmate of The
house for Ike lag. th ree jec .. l%, and is well know n
Thankful, for-the. Ilheral,patrunagelwhichl : lt has
['veil'', iheerfalliccaunlend It thel:albite
( 11 or•-. ' 4.leBd!kwel‘ -WILLIA*
JOBBIPH, CANEY. JOHN. W. BBOkN.B.
HARRISBU — RG, N 1• 1 1.21...
AVIRG associated ogeflte'AV the
:prgctioe f tke *IA a tten d faithfully. apd
prompty to aif? - otass otia7 business entrusted ,
Olßceln T C
hu' 8 oars fro m • ii•' - '"!tiartie'
N. B. Cohentim, °pit English and-Ggenwt.
BI.LVERI-1& B,D W A itF,
. EfailrirEr.:7ll4l2.Y, ,
N0 t 1222:1144et threat, pmemcusze,
Manufacturer of fine -
NICKEL SILVER, and SILVER PLATER or
' " NOSES; i3PODNS, LADLES 'BUTTEWCNIVES,
. • _,' CABTlo 6s ilMft,_•47iii . hiluititagio
' wArraßs,.BuTipac TOES ICE PIT CH ERS,.
=rf O . I 4. I I_ASK-M_H—VO MON W WARE,. '
COPE, savGB:GOBLETS, &a.,
vr Wittr a, witegit asliSSlnsOli t sESAPsisblE Member/ 40u bes
qualitl, madeAtEOest taateria4tand Mangy RiatO,'o94;
stAtating:thesaf* - 4 ,- ; Fe,;:;10'; f. , .?7,,,'";,!.. -I.l_
Serviceable and Elms* article. ~ ' -
, :'.',Eim Maxus, Breassaolva Was 'Tartan% riximik
Air old Wire re-plated in the beat manner, , t , ;
, fiiiti2o-414W1i:: -.• : , . - ~1 7.:,.1.., -,:.'..:
BTATE CA:PITA:Ii 13ANK:
CAMERON; COLDER;' kßir - &:•CO.
co.RNER - sitoitrarivitutrul MS.,
H ATltz RYBE ICEIRT4-1
- r 1.8 IPRISEL :STOCK.-
Of Vanilla Beam, EincaeriaTtunia,,Perfumery and
Fancy Soaps, - at'Mtn' DRUG STORE;
; Idarkatalreet; Fgth, parriabargOa ;
c.).E.ANGEs Arpt i LEmoNs.
i3oXES in forimi iorde! just/re,
Julceiteivaliqforiale by. • ' `. .
Mr. DOOR 41..4 co,
. -CHESS - -
The, largest amttmentrin the city for pale, at ellpriees
Alm !T oe Itov, Xisyri . mb,urg, pig
FAMIL Y stEtrina
4 vARGgpIi449BOII,T IN
Y) at allapricessronii3l:l2s"lb B2sl:dollaits
in all tho different oty_los of bioding„fotliale at
- .BEMIRES% iaiItATJBOOKSTORE;
mot 51 Market SYr eet. .
SpIRGEON AND.,QC,cpI. I IST,,
ifitslDE*cE 4oura Opu3, 4
, mar ti.d i k. t : ,
sik .All. 0 2 ;.
,7414V.5. /11.73VILEELER .
AGE - riot. tweiat of - AL istrivMouir
PACOEV YE* itratilttfiAntitiLbtei
i11e41. 6 3 for your lady friends, w* be fotitut 4t ,
-I„elt.Aer Str itikt
§..T =, .
. 3 0 ana4 , 4***-. avrimnikkg
brdtate street oppeettof 74072 1 741114Yllytiabv
will be pleased to attend to; bp yipre lib aft;
view. [sep27l (ULM, D. D S.
(Me Equate one
..... 2 oo
three months— _
r six months.... ....... „, 8 OD
OW Year 'qp 00
-jarßastness notices inserted in the Local cot n, or
before Meninges and Deaths, FIVE DENIS FER.uNE
far Marriages and Deaths to be charged as reenter
Written f9r the Telegraph.)
ROAD-SIDE ORIGINALS.--No. 2.
It hint old but trite sejring, 'that truth is
'stranger than fiction; and chameter, whether
figuring in history or in , the plot of a novel,
to be effective and capable of exciting the admit
ration,,and enlisting the sympathies of the
reader, must in-one-case be tbe embodiment of
true heroism, and in the other the faithful and
exact type of it: The poem and romance,
though, the offspring' of fruitful imaginations,
an of pens theartistie delineation of
the various phases of "ty, and of what
ever is imposing and curious in nature and
art', ¬ owe their superiority to mere dra
pery of words; but to the genuineness of the
.characters they portray and the purity of the
morals that they teach. If the bent of my
prefade is not understood, I hereby renounce
every thing in the way of metapiWleths
lag my veracity that old Sam , and
his attendants in the group, are t Iftlgt*lfaith
ful copies of flesh and blood origtoaliii
Sam was , a sort of on offcast of - tins of the
first families, and was banished to a !tract of
land in the. "Octorara barrens," to fulfill the
mission of a farmer; but his calling was sadly
mistaken, from the fact of the diversity of his
tastes; and the universality of his genius. He
was regarded by his rustic neighbors as a living
storehouse - of information on every subject;
but that which pertained to the "rough and
tumble" process of hard Work. He was decid
idly "averse to the hard fisted science, which
was, figura, lively attested by his dilapidated
buildings . and fences, as well as by the abun
dant °Demi mullin and thistle that his fields
produced. 'He was aufaa in politics, theology,
astrology, medicine, and belles Wires, and to
these elegant pursuits he added, in his younger
days, en enthusiastic devotion to field sports,
and it was refreshing to see 'a knot of green
ones drink in the account of his exploit, one
ofwhich he used to relate with unusualgravity,
in, proof of his having been an athlete, was
carrying a faverite hound a distance of several
miles home on his back. The dog's powers of
endurance were of course inferior to those of
his Mister, who, at-the end.of the chase, found
his four'lpgged friend so mach exhausted, tbat
he reversed the course of things, by beating,
lilie"Euribther Hercules, the Mtge dog home on
Sam'sperstemel was such that stamped him
with the indubitable characteristic of an origin
al. In stature he was neither tall nor short;
but was what you might denominate one of the
betweens. On state Occasions' he wore a white
,eto,thlnatont, that extended to his ankles, and
mQunted...a.lintOl_th color, and of stove
7 . t `-stia.4..`iarthe - back of
his, head, ss he moved.along while !pick step,
brought:to mind:--if not the claSeic gait of Lord
Macrirdap:—at. least something differing but
a1igg4744,0m the waving plume of the re
nownishileishal Murat. His physiognomy was
a stlifikj-blittlny space: wilt,Mit permit me to
enter;, nto any further analysis of it, than to
say hie brdiva were Websterian, and his lips of
chaste mould, when ..unsoiled with tobacco
juice. Sam - was fortunate. in securing his
counterpart in inany'reipetits in his better half;
.anda often sighed" at inyAriek of ability to
wieldthe brush, withtbe -master band of him
Zvlidele name have assumed ;` and if I possessed
butS;.titheut the talent of that great carrica-
lutist, 4 might ,convey to canvass two full
length ppittalts,lhat would not 'only achieve
my own immortality; but would form a picture
of such rase qualities, that it,eould .not by any
Possibility fail to secure it - place in gallery
of the great.mtisters. .
There also a vein of heroi-nt in Sam's
con3pesitibn; -- and though the science of war
watLomittakin my enumeration of his accom
plishustaigsi,,he was nevertheless entitled to
chains', rut he ModestlY•did, considerable rePuta
tioit in-arms. He was rat the battle of the
Monumental City,, and , often' related in the
`hearing of his 'biographer with thrilling effect,
;hot', he had vritnessed the discharge of the_ field
piece, by a veteran son of Mars, that despatched
- the idedtioal shot 'which killed `the famous
Gen. Ross; how the red coats fluttered around
the 'wounded leader of the covey, and how the
'American comthander Oren. Brown whilst gal.
lepinglalong the lines, had criticised in thun
dering tones, his (Sam's) masterly stroke in
tactics of placing a rail on the breast works to
form a rest .for his•musket. and those of his
comrades. Paradoxical as it may appear for
an adept on . . the wing, as' Sam was, to bring
down his game in battle by aiming from a rail,
.it t is, notwithatandi ng, strictly and scrupulously
I might add much more that would "point a
moral and adorn a tale" in illustration of
Seitt'S intiltiferiCtisattainmcmtse - but as snob an
aMPlifieaticM might impart a prominence to his
charaCter that his descendents would not rel
ied:;l will in conelusion to one
of the; many' grotesque combinatiotie he was in
the habit of presenting. Be was - very fond of
excitement, even in his olililaysi and it mat.
tend not whether the stirring occasions was a
militia training, a Political meeting, or a religi
ons revival,lt„vtas 'equally attmetive to hitt.—
,He w asrpavicipa,thig one evening in a veryitni
'Mated-and crowded "quarterly meeting,'_(.:and
was meting to and frci in the aisle with rapid
stapi, * exclaiming in his highest
, ‘ "lost ir
revocablY lost,' an d in the 'Same breith ad
.dresseti hiS quizzical .• neighbor; Wainer with a
demand for a 'thew of tobappo,'' which is
among the Moat striking - exereplifielitione on
record of *ere beinebut 'fortilitop bet Ween the
subihnefand tidiculous.." ,
: If Sam Ruggles was not a true type - df a "jack
ofalt_trades; he was nriquestiona'bty i - true
lepresetatative of a "master , of none„ Awl fur
nialtek-a moral that l'eaches thii' ricet 'that a
multiplicity Of :professiens almost invariably
result in the practice of none.
child was standing,on. •Intikurrini"steps of
an alegallViniiitabill ,j 40M10 *a such as a
princess 9?Tet, o lupi.op p laci(atirla fall in
ringlets abo'u't shoulders, - . She stood in the
gracifuDattlinde of thitthnofiliiiitalito4 l with
some greet joy.. 4er.pal: rose fry, ; hr
blossom, and now two robinibivinfokilt their.
isclts..theri; Asti:p.*6lring - forth - their srueatewt
ia song ) and andehe . iaas listeging; ftezterry
lips parted, her'bltio . iyrs sparkling , de-
Blow; noiseless faptatepa apritualihtwi,
and a little jatiefno t ciothed)W: pp; and
coiled garments sat down on ttifthiktiftestapa
beauty': of. anct , pitied dtiltrqrA
• • L then. .
"? : jAl i g."
en .hotir , befort? 4g#l s 44.o 4 ittilOwir.
eir shining iii.4kaeCisiore pleased with the
MuisilttiQthiikine on •.•-whom
OLD SAX ItIIGGLIEI