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DR . JOHNSON,
Mt..4!..7CaT 1 1 - JVIEC)1 1 . 1111
'Liras discovered the most certain, speedy
Li and effectual remedy in the world for
DISEASES OF IMPRUDENCE
MITT IN SIX TO TWILTI HOUMA
No Mercury or Noxious Drugs.
ger A OMIT WAIIIIATITIVD, OU No Casual, IS FROM Orm TO .
Weakness of the Back 'or Limbs, Strictures, Pains in
the Loins, Affections of the Kidneys and Bladder, Organic
Weakness, Nervous Debility, Decay of the Physical Pow.
ere, Dyspepsia Languor, Low Spirits, Confusion of Ideas
palpitation of the Heart r Timidity, Tremblings, 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 anddestructive practices which produce
constitutional 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 whicb
annually sweeps to an untimely grave thousands of young
men of the most exalted talent and brilliant intellect, who
might otherwise have entranced listening Senateti with the
thunders of eloquence, or wakedto eastscytholiVing lyre
may call with fullconildence.
Married persona t or those contemplating marriage, being
aware of pliYaleal weakness, should immediately carotid*
Dr. 3., and berestored to poribot health. •
lutanaliatek tired andfutt Viper Restored •
Be who piacea himself Ander the care of Di. ~, may
religiously confide in his honor so a runlet:rum, and Cou e.
deafly rely upon his skill as a physician: ' •
,/ili• Nice No. 7 South Frederick street, Baltimore, a.,
on the left hand side going from Baltimore street, 7 d re
from the corner. Be particular in observing. the: na ve
and number, or you will mistake the place. Be particular,
for ignorant, Trifling Quacks. with false names. or Patel
Embus Certificates, attracted by the reputation of Dr.
Johnston, lurk near.
All lettere mnatcontain a Postage gtamp, to use on.tbe
DR. JOHNSTON member of the Royal College of Surgeon
Louden, graduate from one of the most eminentCollegeno
the L. States; and the greater part of whose life has been
spent in the Hospitals of London, Paris, Philadelphia and
elsewhere, has effected some of the most astonishing cares
that wore ever known. lfrilly trOobloWWlth ringing In the
ears and head- when asleep, great nervousness. being
alarmed at sudden sounds, bashfulnees, with frequent
blushing, attended sometimes with derangement of mind
were mired himediately
TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE
Dr. J. addreases all those woo having injureathem
selves by private and improper indulgences, that seers
and solitary habit which - ruins both body and mind, un
fitting them for enhee husiness or society. -
These aro some of. the, Sadand melancholy effect pre
duced by early habits of, youth, viz.: Weakness of the
Back and Limps, Pains in the Ernst, Dimness of Sight,
Loss of Musculaegower, 'Palpitation of the Thairt,iDyspop.,
big, Nervous frritabliity, bersingement of the Digeistive
Functions General Debility, Symptoms of Consump
Mentally` the tearful ottecht on the mind ate much to he
dreaded,—dross of blemory,'Confusion of Ideas, Depres
sion of Spirits, Evil Forebodlogs, AveraiOn to Society, Self
distrust, Love Of Solitude, Timidity, &c., are coma of tb e
TbOtklarldEl of Perßollls otialritgetr, can•novrjudge 'matt&
the cause of their declining health, losing their vigor, bo
coming, weak, pale, neivous and emaciated, have a singu
lar appearande about the eyes, cough, anti symptoms of
who have Injured themselves by a certain practice, in
duiged in when alone—a habit frequently learned from
evil companions, or at school, the effects of which are
nightly felt, even when asleep, and if not cured, renders
marriage Impossible, and destroys both mind and body
h ou Id apply immediately,
What a pity that a young man, the hope of his country,
the darling of his parents, should be snatchedirom ail
prospects and enjoyments of life by the consequences of
deviating from the path of nature, and indulging in a
Certain secret babit. Ruch persons ;root, before content
effect that'll sound mind and bedy aro the most nece
nary requlldhis tcrpromote connubial happiness. Indeed
without these, the journey through life becomes a weary
pilgrimage ; tho prospect hourly darkens to the view;
the mind becomes shadowed with despair, and filled with
the melancholy reflection that the happitges of another
becomes blighted with our own. -
DR. JOHNSTON'S INVIGORATING REMEDY FOR
By this groat and Important remedy, Weakneise of the
Organs are speedily cured, and full vigor restored.
Thousands of the most nervous and debilitated who
had lost all hope, have been immediately relieved: Al
Impedimenta to . arriage, Physical or Mental Disqualit
cation Nervongrenibling, Weakness or Exhaustion of
the most fearful kind speedily cured.
The many thousands cured at this Institution within the
last twelve years, and the numerous Important Surgical
Operations perforated by Or. J., witnessed by the re
porters of the papers, and many other persons, notices of
which have appeared again and again before the public,
besides his standing as a gentleman of character and ro
spontilnlity, i s a sufficient guarantee to the afflicted
DIMFARE OF IMPRUDENCE.—When the misguided and
imprudent votary of pleasure finds he has imbibed the
seeds of this painful disease, It too often happens that an
ill-timed sense of shame or dread of disimery detera him
from applying to thaw who, from education and re
epectability can alone befriend mm, delaying till the
conatlutional symptoms orthis horrid disease make their
appearance, affecting the head, throat, nose, skin, Sto.,
progressing on with frightful rapidity, till death puts a
period t a his dreadful sufferings by sending him to "that
bourne from whence no traveller returns." it is a malan.
°holy fact that thousands fall victims to this terrible dis
ease, owing to the unskilfulness of ignorant pretenders,
who, by the use, of that cleadtypoison, mercury ruin the
constitution and make the residue of life miserable
To strangers —The Doctor's Diplomas hang in his office.
Aar- Letters must contain a Stamp to us on the reply.
Aar Remedies sent by Mail.
No. 7 South Frederick street, ltaltbnore
Ma JO- V , V
FAMILY DRUG STORE.
lIHE UNDERSIGNED HAS OPENED .
j_ a Wholesale and Retail Drug and Prescription Store,
In the Iron Front Hulloing, No. 128 Market street, lately
Occupied by Mr. Eby, wehre can be found an entire new
stock of Fresh and pore Drugs, Perfumery, hoe. t..00A1
OIL, COAL OIL - LAMPS, Burning Fluid, Ale * bol Patent
Xeelcines, Stationery, Fancy Articles, &a., &O. We
hays the agency for the sale of Kline's Celebrated Ani
ticial Teeth, to *Mit we would invite the attention. of
B y m x i c t attention to bush:tene t and doalre to please,
we respectfullyshare or public Patronage.
G. W. =123.
Th ivana Segars and Tobacco constancy
FRANC A. MURK T,
(Ammar to Wm. Parklll,)
LIVERY & EXCHANGE STABLE,
THIRD sinszr mow miatamr
TIAVING purchased the interest of J.
1.11. Antis in the establishment, and made large
additions to the stock the undersigned is „prepared to
accommodate the public with Scrums Roasts for saddle
or carriage purpocesonid with every variety of VRKICI.JD3
of the latest and most approved styles, on reasonable
I'LBASORKPARTISS will be accommodated with Omni
buses at abort notice.
autRTAM,AND OMNIBUSES FOR FUNERAL OCCA
SIONS will, be furnished, accompanied by Oiweful and
obliging drivers.. .
Be intritettaw inspection of his Stock, satisfied that it te
fully equal to that of any other establlstunent of the kind
in town . - FRANK A. MURRAY;
The uudrolgned has opened a branch of his "LIVRRY
and ICXOI3DIGE STABLE,” In the, buildings lately man.
led by A. W. purr, in Fourth Street op pcsite the Bethel,
here he tampered to accommodate the:public with
ORBE.i,arId.VEIIIOLES; stall times, ortreattentkhle terms,
s stock Is large and varied, and,will ittommeird iteelt
S-dtt-rdaugn FRANK A. *IIBRAIrc
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EIEL,m - BoLirs
aELMBOLD'S BUCHU for the Bladder.
BELMBOLIPS BUCHU for the Kidney&
HELMBOLD'S BUCHU for the Gravel.
BELMBOLD'S'BUCHU for the Dropsy.
HRLMEOLIPS BUCHU for Nervousness.
BELMBOLD'S BUCHU for Loss of Wintry.
HELMBOLD'S BUCHU for Dimness of Viso
HELMBOLD'S BUCHU for Difficult Brealiiing.
HELMBOLD'd BUCHU for Weak Nerves.
HELMBOLD'S Mint for General Debility
,BELMBOLD'S BUCHU for Universal Lassitude.
HELMBOLD'S BUCHU for Horror. of Dise tee.
HELMBOLD'S BUCHU for Night Sweats.
BELMBOLD'S BUCHU for Wakefulnese.
HELMBOLD'S BUCHU for Dryness of the Skin.
BELMBOLD'S BUCHU for Eruptions.
HELMBOLD'S RUCHE for. Pain in the Back.
HELMBOLD'S BUCHU for Heaviness"of the Eyelids, with
Temporary Suffusion-al d Lose of Sight.
RELMBOLD'S 'BUMS' for Mobility and. Restlessness,
with Want of Attention and Horror, of Society:.
HELMBOLD'S BUCHU for Obstructions.
BELMBOLD'S BUCHU for Excesses arising from Indis
cretion, and all diseases of
FEMALES, FEMALES, FEMALES,
PENA:LEA FEMALES, FEMALES;
TAKE IVO MORE PILLS .
TAKE NO EOEE PILLS, .! . •
THEY :ARE 0,1" HO AVAIL.
.IHBV ARE OF IVO AVAIL.
Use HEL.IIIBOLD , B EXTRACT BUCHU for all complahate
Incident to the sex. .
No Family Should. lie Without It t
TARE NO 310 RE B ALSAtf or Injurious and Unpleasant
Medicine for Unpleasant and.Datsgerons .Diseases.
Die HELMBOLDIS EXTRACT-BUCHU for rn Excesses
arising front:loM indulged in
to Hy; Young and Old.
And for diseases arisingtrom Habits Of Dissipation: It re.
moves all improper discharges x and will restore the pa
tient in a short time to a state ofHealth and Purity.
UEOTIZLMBOLIPS E.XTRACT EUCEIU for Diseases and
Affections of the most Distressing Character.
Use BELMBuLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU for all Affections
and diseases of the
; Urinary Organs,
Whether existing In
• Male or Female, •
from whatever cane originating, and no matter of
How Long Stand '
Ali of the abort:, diseases and symptoms admit of the
same Amain:tent, tint may origininate from the same
READ ! READ READ I READ ! -
ILBLIIBULD'S BIJCHU is safe, and pleasant in taste
and odor, but immediate in its action.
Personally appeared befOre use, an Alderman of the
Philadelphia, H. T. Heirabold, Chemist, who be
ing, duly sworn, does say, that his prgittration contains
no 'Narcotic, Mercury, or injurious drug, but is purely
Vegetable. . H. T. HELMBOD,
Sworn and subscribed before me, this 25d day of 'No
amber, 1554. • Mi. P. HIBBARD, alderman.
Price $1 per bottle, or six for $5, delivered to any ad
A If riga Costiabrat a Dollar..Tsy it.
and be convinced of its efficacy. And it is accompanied
by reliable and •responalble cerEtffiatek fromyrofessois
of Medical Ciffiegeti, Clergymen and otheis.
Prepared by IL T. RE MBOLD,
Practical and Analytical Chemist,
101 South. Tenth Street, blow Chestnut,
NlCaeadav-CASMON.Shni44,I unprinled Dealers try
to Dann Piranotter &rued% wtunnws in cip anterivaarvinav
Is worthless. • .
AK FOR BEIMBOLD'S ExTRAcr BircHu.
TAKE .Iqo OTHEEt. •
Sold by D. W. Gross & Cu., and all Druggists every
Cut this out—send or call for it, and avoid exposure
and Imposition. aull-dawam
LIFE PILLS AND PHOENIX BITTERS.
('HESS MEDICINES have now been be
t fore the public fir ape - lied of THIRTY YEARS, and
during that time loom maintalin dn. high character in al
most every part of the Glebe, for their extraordinary
and immeeiatelower, of restoring perfect 'health to per
sons ' suffering.ender: nearly einry, kind of. disease , to
which the human frame is-liabl, ,e• ,
The following atettramig,the distressing Variety,orbu
-man diseases in which the
VEGETABLE LIFE - MEDICINES
Are well known to po infallible. , •
DYSPRPSLA, by thoroughly cleansing thedrst and
second stomachs, and creating a Rower s pure - ; healthy,
bile ,'instead of the stale and acrid kind;
Loss of Appetite, Heratburn, Headache, Rest.
leanness, 111-Temper, Anxiety, Langnor,and Melancholy,
which are the general symptoms of Dyspepsia, will van
lab, as a natural consequence of Its cure.
COS 4 TIVENESS, by cleamilng the whole length of
the intestines with a solvent process, and without vio
lence; all violent purges leave the bowels costive within,.
two daje ,
FEVERS of kinds, by restoring the blood to a
regular circulation; through the proiroacuf respiration in
such cases; and the thorough soiution of ill intestinal ob,
struetion in others. •
The LIFE MEDIUM have been known to cure
BRELIIIATUDI permanently in three weeks and
GOUT in half thaj: time, by removing local inflammation'
from the masoles'and liginhetts of the joints.
DROPSIES of all kinds, by freeing and strengthen
ing the kidneys and bladder; they operate most delight=
fully on these important organs, and hence have vied',
been found a certain remedy for the worst cas9 of .
GRAVEL. • •
Also WORMS, by dislodging from the turnings of
the bowels the slimy mutter to Which these creatures
SCURVY, 17LCERS, and INVETERA.TE.
SORES, by the perfect purity which these LIFE MEDL
CINES' give to the blood, and all the Withers.
SCORBUTIC ERUPTIONS and BAD cogeux
lONS, by theiWidtiritie ellictFuporethCßuids Eatffeed
the skin, and the morbid. .state of which occasions. all
eruptive complaints, Sallow; cloudy, and ether theagreo:
R i pe use of. these: elverrshert time will o eet
an entire core.ofEA'Lte RREUINIandfa stillidngira
proveinent in the clearness of the skin. COMMON
COLDS and INIPLU.ENZA will iiiwaiwbiOured by
one Oise or by two in the. worst cases.
P ULIIIS:—The original:proprietor tbose Medicines,'
Was cured of Piles, of 35 years standing by the use of the
LIFE NEDICINSB a10ne....-
FEVER AND' A:GITE:--Vor this aeohrge - St the
Western country, these ; Medicines found a safe,
speedy, and certain_ remedy. Other Mediciries have the
system subject to a. return of the disease—n cure hylbese
Medicines is permanent—TßY THEM, BE, BATT.FIFJ),
AND BR CURED.
DiLiOUS - EIEVERS - AND LIVER' box-
PLAIPITS.—GasERAL Drumrry„ Loss op - Appsurs, and
Dt eir.iSeS op Famexas—the Medicines have been used
with the most benalicial results in.ctiseso this desprip-'
lion :--Klngs Bvil And Scrofula, in its worstfoirmyields
to the mild yetuowerini t aCtion of theSe rerhafrimbleMein:
eines. Night sweats, Nervous Debility, Nervous • Coin;
plainti of. elk:kinds, Palp.tation of the Heart, Painters'
Colic, are speedilY'cured. - • • --
MAIM: cIrOAL DISEASES.—Persons whose
constifu ions have become finished *Abe iniudicioits
use of Mercury, Will find these Medicines a perfect carp,
as they never tail to eradicate from the system, all the
effects of Mercury, infinitely sooner than the most power-
Mt preparations of ilarsanarilla. _
Prep tared and sold by W. B, morrAT,
335 Broadiray, New York.
Boreal° by all Druggists. ' jy2o-dewly
COAL OIL 1 COAL OIL! I COA.L OIL I
COAL OIL 1 COAL OIL!! COAL OIL 11 1
COAL OIL! COAL OIL I 1 COAL OIL! 1 I
COAL OIL ! COAL OIL 1 1 COAL OIL !
COAL :OIL LAMPS COAL OIL LAMPS ,! !
COAL "OIL LAMPS! co.A.c 01LJ.Aiiips),
,COAL OIL LAM.E. , 51,C041., OIL LAAIPS-I !
COAL OIL LAAI.B3!"CO 4 L OIL LAMPS'!
Hand, ,Stand, - Bracket,' Hanging and Side Lamps I I
Hand, Stand, Bracket, Hanging and Fide Lamps I 1 I
Hand, S t and, Bracket, Hanging and Side Lamps I I
Hand, Stink, Bracket, Hanging and Side Lamp. I
Beautiful and Very Cheap! •
Beautiful and Very Cheap ! •
• Beautiful and Very Cheap
_ Beautiful - and Very Cheap ! '
Lamps changed to burn COO on: - Alrthe Coal 011-and
Lamps sold by as are warranted. to Vir.O•iut.irA tittbo49 - -
Wm, Please eall and Ago them.
• , D. W. nGROSS &;00.0
Wholesale andaette,.l 9 Market Street.
".INDEPENDENT IN ALL'.'l l -11/NGS,---NEUTRAL IN NONE."
HARRISBURG, PA., MONDAY AFTERNOON, OCTOBER 22, 1860
DR. DARIUS HAM'S
AROMATIC INVIGORATING SPIRIT.
This .dieticarie has lieenUsed by the public for sex
untheierecuring favor. 21 is recommended to Cure
Dyspepsta, Nervousness, Heart Burn, Colic Pains,
Wind tri ilte Stomach, or Pains in the Bowe ,
Headache, Di owstitess, Kidney' trioav
plaints, Low Spirits Dehritein
InatILA7Z9 IltinnAßaviin AV. RAM , BUT
WILL nor Diroxicara oalSrom
EIS A MEDICINE it is quick nd effectu
al, Curing tae most aggravating case o Dyspepsia,
Complaints, and all other derange ent of the
Stomach and Bowels, in a speedy manner
It will instantly revive the moat melanc ly an i
drooping spirits, and restore the weak, nervous si d sick
ly to health, strength and vigor.
Persona who, from the:injudicious use of liquors, have
become dejected, and their nervous systems shattered,
constitutions broken down, and subject to that horrible
nurse to humanity, the DELIRIUM TREIIII4 2 will, almost
immediately, feel tlloi happy and healthy Invigorating
efficacy of hr. Ram's Invigorating EMU
WHAT IT WILL DO.
Doss.—One wine glass full as often as necessary
One dose will remelt e all Bad Spirits.
One dose will cure Heart burn
Three doses will cute Indigestion.
One dose will give • you a Good Appetite;'
One dCoe golf Ihddlitressing,pabls of Dyspepsia.
One dose will remove the distressing and disagreeable
effects of:Wind or Flatulence, and as soon as the stomach
receil es the Invigorating Spirit, the distressing load and
all painful feelings will be tenni , . ed
One dose will remove the most diAresslng pains of Colic,
either In the stomach or bowels .
A few doses will remove all obstructions in the Kidney,
Bladder or Urinary Organs.
Persons who are seriously dilated with any Kidney
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 di<sinating too Mann over night, and
feel the evil effects of poisonous liquors, in violent head
aches, sickness at stomach, weakness, giddiness,
will find one dose will remove-all bad feelings
Ladies of weak and sickly constitutions, should take the
Invigorating Spirit three times a day ; it will make them
strong, healthy and happy, remove all obstructions and
irregularities trom,the menstrual organsond restorerthe
bloom of bealth and beauty to the careworn dace
Daring pregnancy it will be found an invaluable medi
cine to remove disagreeable sensations at the stomach.
AU the proprietor asks is a trial, and to induce this' he
has put up the Invigorating Spirit in pint bottles, at 513
cents, quarts $1
General Depot, 48 Water street, N Y
'Wholesale Agent, Philadelobia, D YOTT, & CO and
for sale in Harrisburgby 'C. A. Bannvart, D W. Gross '&
Co and CL K. Keller, and by all Druggists everywhere .
NEW MOURNIN - G GOGDS
CATHCART & BROTHER, '• • -
Have now open, a large l'assortreeat of. MOURNING
and SECOND MOURNING _ _
• . • 'YELLS, and
Alleotber goods desirable for Fall and Winter wear.
N 0.14 Market Square,
sit Nest to the Harrisburg Bank.
ZI E R Atli
BANKING, STOCK, BILL AND
• COLLECTION OFFICE,
No. 28 South Second St., Harrisburg.
BONDS AND STOCKS FOR SALE.
3or 4,000 Harrisburg Bonds.
,Harrisburg - Bridgc , Company. _
70 ~ " ' "
40 " " Bank.
Mountain , 'Herd Pills.
ryIHE inventor and manufacturer of "Jud
tiott's Mountain herb Pills," has spent the greater
part- of his life in travelling, having visited neatly every
country, in the world He spent over six years amen
the Rocky Mountains and of Mexico, and it was thus that
the "hemming HERB PIUS" -were-discovered. A very
interesting account of- his ddventuivithere, itru will tlnd
in our Almanac and Pamphlet.
It is an established fact, that all diseases arise from
. , [nippily BLOOD! . .
Vie illoixf,is glOire4 '4 l illwben . - unr..fureign , er tut•
nenithy. matter gets mixed with it, once, distrbuted to
..every organ of•the body, Every; nerve feels the poison,
'ittia:all the .Vitiforgetut - quickly - colliplain". '.Tho stomach
will not digest the food perfectly. The liver ceases to
secrete a sufficiency of blle. The :actionof the, heart is
weateried r iiiit kith° circulationififeeble. Attelungs be
come clogged With the poisonous matter ; hence a cough
_and all frommelight.impur,iir - Of the, Milqtalll:hqati
111 e—the Bliin'd Aelf yon•hads.thrimn some'eirth, for
-instance, in a pure spring, from which rati a tiny rivulet
in a few minutes the whole course of the stream be,
comes disturbed and discolored. As quickly does impure
blood fly to every part, and leave - ita Sting behind. All
Sthe:passages become obstructed, and unless the obstruc
tion is iemoved, the lamp of life soon dies out.
These pills not only:puritythe blood;butregenerate all
'the Secretions of the 'body, they Elie, theieforeoinrifalled
' CURE FOR BILIOUS DISEASES,
Liver ConiiPiltinSia illeadaehe. atc. , ;tide_ Anti-Miliou,
Medicine expels from the blood the bidden mielizi Of ills;
mooted readers all the fluids and secretions pure and
fluent,eliaring and resuscitating the vital organs,
Pleasant indeed, is it to us, that we are able'to place
within your reach, a medicine like the "Motrzerem Hans
PrimPithat wilt,pass , directlystVliealliietedparts,inrosgh
the blood ant fittidstinttlinienly, ausisitheofreOr
totrighten whittle - 4613'6f Matity trxia. hellth.`
JutisOn'ETilts., , are, the. Best:Remecky, : in. exist
.ence tot the follaioing =Ands':
Bowel complaints, Debility, Inward Weakness,
Coughs, sever and Ague, Liver Complaints,
Colds, Female Complaints,Lowness of Bpirits,
-Chest Diseases, Headaches, Piles,
gostiviness, Indigestion, stone and Gravel,
DYSP e rO I .4 t ' ' 'lng.uenfal t.,-: ~ ~ geperlafyyirp -
Diarrhcea, ' ' .., Mnammetien, :.- :.- toms:
Dropsy, * * * s:. a *
4RE&T FEMALE MEDICINE I
lemales who value health, should never be without
these Pills. They, purify the blood, remove.. obatruotions
of all kinds, cleanse:the:akin ofaill pimples and blotchen;
and bring the rich color of health to the pale cheek.
gar The Plantn end" Herbirof , whichv.thesn Tale ire
made, were dtapyerteirt;icv:ertiiitrpriMig * ll 3';'EtinPug. c
the TezucatittaktribitorAbotigines in guidon. rGitithe
Almanac or our Agent, and you will read with delight,
the very interesting account it contains of the igthumi
ifithicsm" of I the :Aztecs. : ' •
.Observe.—The Meutain Herb Plll3 are put up in a
Beautiful Wrapper. , Eacja 40;.con,taina. aad
%Tat 2Feentapaeboit..>Aliigenpinglitivb dia aitaattire
°flit. L. JUDSON & CO., on each box.
- CRC • ~.
afar Agents ranted ahrtys.,-4.ctdress asaboyfl 464 1 .
NOTICE. TO SPECIILATORq..
IrALIT4BLB BUILDING LOTS FOR ,ALE.
ING LOTS adjoining the Round Rouse and Work,
6hopa, Of the Penna. Railroad Company, will bo
.iew, op reasonable teynantipply to
No. 50 Leonard Street,
SAFETY.. INSURANCE COMPANY
8 Ti.. Cosner of Third and Walnut Street:,
It/IAB[NE INSURANCES on. Vessele,
AIL Cargo and Freight to all Parts of the World. '
4NI4I4ISIrISUBANCAS on Goods by Itivers, Canals
Lakes and_Lald Carriages to all parts of the Union.
• IRE INSURANCES on Merchandize generally, and on
Stores, Dwelling Honks Arc.
ASSETS OF THE C4MPAN3t, November Ist, 1850
$098,804 70.. . .
- - •
The Board of Directors have this day declared a dill.
dend of SIX PER CENT: in Cash, on the Capital Stock
and SIX PER CENT. on the Scrip of the CompahY, pay.
able on and after Ist the proximo.
They have also declared a Scrip Dividend ofTWENTY
DIVE PEE 'CENT. on the Original Stank, and on the
Earnest Premiums for the year-ending October 31, 1858,
Certificates 'for 'which will be issued to the parties en
titled to thee wale; °wand After the first of December..
Preens We and Resi.hition adopted by the Board.
,assns, the increased means of the Company arising
[iota Profits, and which will be derived from the In
creased Capital Stock under the late amendments to the
~act of Incorporation, render ; the farther continuance of
the Guarantee Capital unnecessary, therefore be.
Resolved, That the Guarantee Capital be discontinued,
and the Notes representing the same be delivered np to
the makeis thereof; as soon as the Risks taken during the
esiod cretin - Iced in said shall have determined.
William Martin, gables C. Hand, • WlllimaZyre4r.
Joseph H. Seal, Theo. Paulding, James Tennent,
Edmund AL:Sender, Dr. R. M; Ruston, J. B. M , Parland,
John C. Davis, Hugh Craig„, : Wm. O. Ludwig,
Robert BUtioni Thomas 0. Hand,
John It. Penrose, Cherie sKelley, Joshua P, Eyre,
GeoegOO.Leiper, SaranelE. Stokes, Jacob P. JODPS,
lidirard Darlington, Henry Sloan,- J.T.Logan,Pitt'g
H. Jonestrooke, James Traquair, D. T. Morgan,
J. F. Penptort, J. B. Semple; •
WILLIAM MARTIN, President.
THOMAS ,o*. HAND, Yiee:Prealdent. ,
The u4dereigned i - as agent for the above Company,ts
preparedto make tint:rances on all descriptions. of pro
party onitbe mostltberal tern2B.
jsule.dlswly WILLIAX. BII3tHLER,
.B ITTERS : •
THE CELEBRATE]) ROLLIND REMEDY FOR
DISEASE 'OF THE. RITINEYSI
LIVER. 00111 PLAINT--,
WEAKNESS ote IE ANY- KIND;
PEVDR AND AGUE,
And the 4 varipus'affections consequent upon a disordered
STOMAC.EI. O.R- LI-VE
Such as Indigestion, Acidity of the Stomach, Colicky
Pains, Heartburns, oss' of Appetite, Despondency, Cos
tiveneEs, Blind and Bleeding• Piles. In all Nervous,
• • Neuralgic fitiA nriv,,,,. _ ,,....,,t.ir lask.neraus
Instances - -
This is a purely' vegetable cempouhd, prepared on
strictly acietitilic Principles, after the manner of the cele
brated Holland Professor, Beek have. Its reputation at,
home produced Its introduction here, the demand com
mencing with those of the Fatherland the:
face of this mighty country, many of whom brought. with
them and handed down , the traaition. of its vaiue. It is
now offered to the American public, knewing.thatite truly
wander/'al medicinal virtues must be acknowledged.
It is partiinflerly recommended to those persona whose
constitutions may have ueen impaired by the , continuous
use of ardent spirits, or other forms of dissipation. Gen
morally instantanerais'in abet, it , finds-its way directly to
Elie seat of life; thrilling and quickening - every nerve,
raising up the drooping spirit, and, in fact, infusing now
health and vigor in the system.
h'OTICE—:-Whoeier expects to find this a beverage will
bed IsappointodO3nt to the sick, weak and low spirited.
It will prove a grateful aromatic cordial, possessed of
of singular remedial properties.
The Genuine highly concentrated Bcerhave's Holland
Bitters is put up in half-pint bottles only, and retailed at
ONF. DOLIAR per bottle, or six bottles for Five DOLLARa.—
Th 6 great demand for this truly celebrated Medicine has
inducedmanY imitations,, which the public should guard
against purchasing. -
fro-Beware of iniposition. See that our name is on the
label Mevery bottle you boy.
Sold by Druggists generally. It can be forweaded by
Express to most points.
BENJAMIN PAGE, 311., & CO.,
Pharmaceutists and Chemists.
For sale t ,4l..j4O,pjlzo; 4 8 ,r.0q.bP.Fg !: 1
GIN' AS 'A REMEDIAL' AGRNT:
2MS AFL/MOUS .grorac.,•.lll - mtx,..49;
ESPECIALTA:deeigned for the use , of the
Medical Profession and the Amity, having super-
Belted the so-called ..Gins," "Aromatic," "Cordial,"
Idedicated.”."Scboapps," etc., is now endorsed by all
of the prominent physicians, chemists and connoisseurs,
as possessing•all of those intrinsic medicinal qualities
(tonic wnd°diuretic) which belong to an MD and Ms
Gin. Putmp. in quart &tiles and sold.by all druggists,
groceni, eta. A. id IitININGER & CO.,
(Es!ablished ii 11778.) • Sole Proprietors.
. • .. No. 19-Broad-Street, N. Y. •
For sale by & H. Smith, - -French, Richards &
Co., and : , all of the prominent 'Wholesale Druggists in
Philadelphia. • sep27-daw6m
A SCHOOL BOOK.-"OITH • GOVERN
mBNT.,'-Ari explanatory statement of the sys 7
tem of the' government of the country. By M. Winn
ney. With proper historical notices. The work gives
the construction of the ConStitution of the 'United Rates,
`aid those of the several States, as determined by Judi
eial authority or dertved from standar , ' writers: accord
ing to Werences noted. It, is designed for Colleges,
Academies and Schools, and has been so - need to a
considerable extent. It is recommended for this pur
pose by Jurists, Presidents and Professor s of Colleges.
For sale; at $1 00, by M. 11.'11HTN.BY, at Harrisburg,
QOUND POLITICAL PRINCIPLES.-The
:Constitutional Provision, and Principles of Govern—
Cieht, in reference to the political topics of Um Umes are
stated and explained, from sulboraiive and correct
sources, In WHirtney?B“tilTit'.GOV.FRNMENT" or CON
gTITUTIONAL IidANKTAL. For sale, at . sl 00. by M. DV
/KINNEY, atHairiaburi, Pa. . 1629
- 11 ONSTITIITION OF THE UNITED
'.,`f =STATES :-' lt Was designed 'to be read and under
:stood by the people. A knowledge of our civil institu
tions, the only ground of true .patribtleniiis essential to
their preservation, and proper results. An explanahon
of the prieliiiiiins — Of tlibljdnetitiiiitii, and ' of our system
bf Government, as founded on Judloialauthority and de
„riy - ed Prom - ettindardAutlsors,,is given, in a form adapted
to pompon use. the, work entitled ~ 0 1713. GOVERN
bigNT,:tind CONSTITUTIONAL MANUAL," by M.
%inflow :It4fr sales, at sVoo,Lbylim, at' atirrisburg,luid,
uitthe4 bookstores generally. ee29
PROF. ADOLPH P. TEIIPSER,
UTOULD respectfully' inform hid old
TY patrons and the public generally, that ho will
continuo to give instructions on the PIANO FORTE, ME.
LOLiEON,NIOLIN and also in the science of THOROUGH
BASS. He will w'th pleasure waitupon pupils st their
honks at any hour desired; or lessons will be given at
his residence, in Third street, a few doors below the
German Itefornaed Church. - - desil6-dtr
AUGUSTINE L. CHAYNE.
CARPENTER AND BUILDER.
Reikknce Aro.. 27 .Nora Second Street.
N: B—JOBBING ATIENDED TO.. •
November 10, 1858
1:1 ROOKS -AND SCHOOL
4.! E'chool Bopko and.. Stationery in
t: c l.ublic And select aebools of our Olty will
be tout . %-.. , e,at CHEAPEE3T,PRICES, at
bt CHEAP BOOESTORE,
mylB 5141arket street:
A LL.kin of Iron Castings made to or
deri of the very, best : stock, and all'Castings pickled
to remove the sand and Scale. We have the best and
most extensive assortment of pulley patterns this side of
Phil adelnhia. Apply at the - EAGLE WORKS,
Penna. R. Road,aboVe State street.
Harrisbare. April 22,. tRSO
OFFERS his professional services to all
persons having business to be transacted in the
several Courts of Dauphin county, the-Land Department
of this State, or, before the Board or Property. Having
been associated in the practice of the Lily; with his filth
er, 101111 A. F 1.51171 t, he:proipisits fiiiigent and careful
aDention to all profeSsionar busineis 'entrusted to them
CMOs corner of Second and Locust , streets,. (opposite to
the .Pe,nusylvania House,) Harrisburg.
Office Walnut St., between; Second and
ar4p dawt -
DR. J MILES
fIFFERS his services to the citizens of
Harrisburgr a nd its, vicinity.Ele_solicits a share of
the public patronage, and gives assurance 'that his beet
endeavors shall be, given to render satisfaction in his pro
fession. Being an old, well tried dentist, he feels Sate in
. public generally to cation him, assuring
them that they will - not be dissatisfied with. hiseervices'
Office No.llB Market street, in the bo.use tbrinerly.oo
cupied by Jacob R. Eby, near - the United States Hotel,
Harrisburg, Pa. myS-dly
OFFIOR—TWERD . STRAW; (SHELL'S ROW,)
Resideneei Chestnut Street near Fourth.
arry oi• Ifidtidsttlitet, `
AMEY & LEMER'S GAL ERN,.
xs Tils,Rual To GET
SMALL PICATREiS OF.DECEASED - FRIENVIS
OokIRD AND ENLARGED OR COLORED.
M E T S QI) ARE;,
GEO. J. BOLTON, PROPRIETOR.
The ab eve well known and long established motel is
now undergoing a thorough regarratiou, and being In a
great degree newly furnished, under the proprietorship
of Mr. Oman J..Baisox, who has been an Inmate of the
bonne for the last three years, and is well known to
Thankful for the liberal patronage whicli it has en—
toyed , I cheerfully commend Mr. Bolton to the public
fa or. dawtfl. WILLIAM BUEHLER.
JOSEPH CARRY. JOHN W. O
CASEY & BROWN,
atm:mist*. together- in the
praffiico of the Law ' will attend faithfully and
promptly to all professional business entrusted to their
' Office, In Third street three doors from Market
N. W Consunations in English and German.
SILVER .PLATED WARE
N 0.1222 Market Street, .14uwat,Tun,
Manufacturer of fine' • ,
NICKEL •SII.VER;and SILVER'PLATER of
FORKS, SPOONS; LADLES, BUTTER:KM'V.Es, •
CASTORS•TEA. SETS, URNS, KETTLES.,
WAITERS; BUTIER•DISHES, ICIIPITCHERS,
CAKE BASKETS, COMMUNIQN WARE,
CUPS, MUGS, GOBLETS,Ac.,
With kgeneralassortment,,coMprising none but ; the bes
quatifyi made of tbe'best ?ado:fiat and heavgy plated, con;
atltutlog than a ' •
• • Servlceablaand durable article
. 13cows, 1372.!.wicy,erapll? . . /%IVATI Flattuae.
W Old . War(' re - Ide:ted in the best mantles.
CAMERON, COLDER, EBY & CO.
CORNER SECOND AND WALNUI .
H AR RIB BURG, ,
A'FRESH . STQCIC
Of tieaerit , Farina Perfuniery and
Fancy Soaps, at 'MILES , DRUGSTORE,
myB' hiArket 'Arent, belowEifth, Earrjsburg,
ORANGES AND 'LEMONS.
VORTY BOXES in-prime:order just re
moo and for pile •by,
IVIC - RIOOK JR. & CO.
• •• - ORESBNEEN, •
Checker Boards, Dominos, Checkers, Dice and Dice Boxes
The larkest assortment in the city,' for sale at all prices
my 24 ' liarket - strem, Harrisburg, Pa.
THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT ;IN THE
CITY, at all p rices from $1 25 to $25 dollars each,
In'all the different styles of bindlne.,.for sale at
BERGNER'S Calf,AP BOOK TORE,
au4 - - • 51:51arketlikreet..
DR. C. 1 0 1 7.EXCHEL,
SURGEON AND OCOULIST,
RESIDENCE THXRP-EEAR, /49*TP•ISIPAFT•
FOR ' BALE BY
JAMES M. WHEELER
A 'li till'assortment ot . .41:11(11A6 , cit - all
Prices, whnli will make saitakle CHRISTMAd
4111 for your , lady friend's, wikbe foimil at
13ERQ.Nell'S CDEP BOOKSTORE,'
r - u] uplergigp . ed,TOcTOß OF-DANTAL
SllAGEttY,'has retained-and resumed practise
in Statdz'atiodt oppciaito.the “Brady Hoiiae,'!.,wile,re ha
wilLVeVeaseg.i.o attend to all who Artaydestre his
iseprtj B. I.lecb.
ratta , eet Ste eat
iJ;•t" - Si•V::.t.grit'V'..
fttaz 'tinting flan.
Haying procured Steam Power Presses, we are
prepared to execute JOB and BOOK PRINTING of every
description, cheaper that it can be done at any other es
lablishmentin the country.
. ' OATES OF ADVERITSIKO.
far Four lines or less constftute one-halfsquare- '51.,
Bees or more than four constitute a square.
Hail 4 &mare, one day
one week.... •
i' one month ... .. ..
three months • -
‘c six months...l,e'. • • • ' x , • • •
i• one yeir ... „,, ... . .
One Square one uay . . ...,
..... . .
oi lone week 2 00
.' one month . „ . _ 3 00
• “ three months ......
.. '' ' - "" ' "' -,- 3.00
six months.— .......... „ .. ~.. 8 00
one year 10 CO
OW-Business notices inserted In the Local column, cr
I$ PER LOB CEX
before Marriages and Deaths, PINY ,
for each insertion.
rarkiatTiages and Deaths to be charged as reglllBX
From the N. Y. Commercial Advertiser
The Fiery Cross on its Travels.
His Holiness, it appears, has been making
application for assistance upon the various Ro
man Catholic governments of Europe. This
fiery cross on the present occasion, would
scarcely enter the dominions of the monarch of
Gaeta and Capua; but would proceed at once
through the Tyrolese mountains to Vienna, the
bearer rushing hurriedly into the Imperial
and announcing the place of muster
to be on the banks of the Tiber and the time
instant. From Vienna-it would pass up the
valley of the Danube to Munich, and then zig
zag for a time among the German principalities
still loyal to Rome and conservatism. While'
the Alpine clans were pouring down ready
armed' for the fight, the ominous signal 'would
enter the plains of Belgium, and turning from
its formidable dykes, would siraightway set
off for the Tuileries, reminding the French
Emperor' how successfully Pepin and Stephen
had'fought side by side more than a thousand
years ago. Hence to Madrid and Lisbon, cross
ing Pyrenees and Sierras, would hie the ecclesi
astical "Maisie," fetching up onlyat the Pillars
of Hercules, the Western limit of the ancient
But the .call upon Napoleon, it is said, was
more significant than that addressed to any of
the other potentates. It was not a mere ex
.hut partook largely of the nature of
an - rdlintaluni. The line of duty was not only
pointed out, but threats were freely indulged
in, if the Man of Destiny did .not proinptly
interfere to save the Estates of the Church
from invasion by the Sardinians. Otherwise
the Pope would leaye- He would bolt, with as
little regard to consequences as did the Breck
faridge delegates at Charleston, or the ',melte
Senators in the Oregon Legislature. He would
betake himself to other Climes, or what might
be worse, take to the bush. Rome with its
French garrison, would be left unaided to op
pose the terrible malaria which threatened. to
enter the place from the Apennines, as well as
the Campagna. It would be a sad perdieament
for the ruler Of Entice, sash a stampede made
by Pope, cardinals, bishops, priests, monks,
nuns, et id genus omne.
We can readily imagine the secretive Em
peror mutteriog to himself, "Go and be—
blessed," on receipt of the threatening . misive
"Go to Austria, to Spaiti, to Portugal, to• Belg
ium, to Bavaria. - Go any - where you choose,
and may your benevolent wishes work no more
mischief that:. they are likely to do Victor
Emanuel." Bat the time:has not yet come for
openly uttering this language. In the rural
distrieta of France many myriads of votes were
received in. 1851 through the influence of the
Romanist clergy; and it is not expedient to
throw away that support for the present. If
the old Pontiff would not be so unbendable, it
is important that he should still be surrounded
with French hayonets. Even the city of Rome,
th6ugh a mere fragment of Peter's patrimony,
ould be better for him than nothing.
with His Holiness and points .. • •
of leaving the Vatican, where he is secure from
personal insult and danger, even if he should
be reft of bis other dominions.
And to tell the" truth, ifwould be hard to
select a locality *hither the Pope could betake
himself with advantage at the present time.—
Avignon has a sort of semi-sacredness abet:it it;
but then it belongs to France, and setting up
there :would be only to leap out of the frying
pan into the fire; Austria would afford not
only a refuge, but efficient aid to put down the
Italian rebellion, if she has, the whereWithal. =
The King of Belgium could contribute little
more than the quota said by Dean Swift to
have been furnished by the Dutch on a former
occasion—one hundred 'thousand butter tubs;
while Spain's contribution would consist princi
pally of boastings, as in 1849. Ireland could
hardly be expected' to pass round the hat a
second time; though, if put , to their metal her
Cells might come up to , the princely liberality
of Denmark, which 'backed up the famous
Dutch contribution with one hundred thousand
It appears to us that this pater-familias might
better remain under• his own roof, protected
from invasiOn, 'as it is, by ten thousand blessed
bayonets in' the hands of as many religious
Frenchmen. By going further he might only
fare worse. In any event, he would ' lose his
prestige as Bishop of Rows, and successor of St:
Peter. Jerusalem, it is true, is a sacred spot.;
but then those villainous Druses and Moslems
are hovering in theneighborhood. We ineline
to think that the -secular rule of the Micado is
at an end, and that thiS functionary would do
well to permit his temporal off sirs to pass into
the hands of a Tycoon, in the shape of Napoleon
or Victor Eitaaist*L . " • " • ' -
- WOMAN ; ---Ohl the priceless value of the love
of a true woman 1-- Gold cannot purchase a
gem so precious! Title and—honors confer
upon' the heart no such serene happiness. In
our darkest mOmeritS, -when disappointment
and ibgratitutte; with corroding care, gather
thick 'around, and even gaimt poverty menaces
'with his sleelebsh finger, it gleams; around.the
soul With ari in gel's smile. TintsvcannOt mar
its , brilliancy; distance but strengthens its in
fluence; bolts.and bars cannot limit its progress,
it follows the prisoner' into, his, dark cell, and
sweetens the home morsel. that appeases his
hunger, and in'tlie Silence of midnight, it plays
around his heart, and in his dreams 4e folds to
his bosom She - form of her who loves on still,
though the world has turned from him.
IT is now . , we think, fully established tint
the silver mines in California - stirpass in rich
ness•and. extent all' silver: mines heretofore
known in any part of tha world, as reniclias the
gold of California; at the time of discoriery,
eurpassed pysvionsly,, known. ,
BREADTH OF .Rnauraw.----Religion shetild in
fluence its professor in• all the relatioes
Whatever he does, he Should de it the better
for being a Christian. '..1 - telig,ion. should make
one-a be4er stndent, a better sexvant, a better
master, a better parent,. a better child, ft totter
man in all respects: ' The pious but, eccelktrio
,Howlan,d ,remarked, "Ti,at ho would not
Ore a farthing fox' that" roar. s'relidioir whose
cat :and'ilog were not the better forit.-" -
A BELL Alp) Evuaarr patient down in Con
necticut introduced hiszerc to:one pf the lights
and leaders of tlae 'Union pdrty,with the apolo
gy—"l am sorry td - say; tliongh, - that' he is a
'The eon 'promptly replied,
Au-rut,ed. ma.to,traln your company,
father; You tiotta :bay° sent me to the
freki Schools.n. Yourig Ametli* rather kudlim
there. ~ : . _ - •
AT 51 Illatket
istrent,,,,x,ou can. get „Life of pin 7er 10 cents,
411441 dlinniinCto canvassers ' leis.