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PENNSYLVANIA RAIL ROADY
FIVE TRAINS DAILY TO AND
The Bridge at Conewago having been re-built, the
Passenger Trains of the Penroylvania Railroad. Company
will resume their former route. On and after - .
MONDAY, OCTOBER 15th; 1860,
they-will depart from and arrive at Harrisburg and
Philadelphia as follows :
E S TWA.-TLD.
TIMOITGH EXPRESP TRAIN leaVes Harrisburg at 0..15
a. in. and arrives at West Philadelphia at 5.10'a. in.
FAST LINE leaves Harrisburg at 6.15 a. m., every
day except .Monday,. arrives`at West Philimelphia , at
10.00 a. m.
MAIL TRAIN leaves Harrisburg at 1.00 p. m., 'arrives
at West Philadelphia at 5.00 P.
These trains make close connection at Philadelphia with
the New York Lines.
MT. JOY ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, No. 1, leaves at
13.60 a. m., Mt. Joy at 8.02, and• connects at Lancaster at
8.50 with Lancaster Train, arriving at West Phitadelphia
at 12,10 p. - .
HARRISBURG A CCOMMODATION TRAIN leaves at
8.60 p. m., OclumbliC at 5.15, and 'arrives at West Phila.
delphia at 9.05 p. m.
MT. JoY ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, No. 2, leaves at
4.00 p. m., Mt. - Joy at 5.11, connects with Harrisburg
Accommodation Train, East, at •Dllierville at 5.40 amt.
'lag at West Philailelphla at 9.06 p. m. .•
THROUGH REPRESS TRAIN leaves Philadelphia at
10.46 p„ m., arrives at Harrisburg at 2.66 a. m.
MAIL TRAIN leaves 'Philadelphia ,at 7.80'a.
rives at Harrisburg at 12.60 p. m.
PAST LINE leaves, Philadelphia at 11.60 a. m., arrives
at Harrisburg at 4,00'p. m.
MT. JOY ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, No. 1, leaves
Lancaster on arrival of. Mail Train. West, at 11,e4 a. in.,
leaves Mt. Joy at. 11.42, and arrives at. Harrisburg. at
hi' HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION TRAIN leaves
Philadelphia at 2.00 p. m., Coltunbia qao, and arrives
at Harrisburg at 7.85 p. m.
KT. JOY ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, No. 2, leaves
lancaater, on the arrival or Lancaster Train West, at
7.64 p. m., Mt. Joy at 8.80, and arrives at Harrisburg at
9. 42p. m.
Passengers Icating Pldbidelphia. at 4.00 p. m., on I.an
caster Train, connect at Lancaster with Mt. Joy Accom
modation Train No. 2, at 7,54, and arrive at Harriiburg
at 9.24 p. m,
SAMUEL D. YOUNG,
Sun!. Asst Division Perim/yank Raanxvi
UM Alit LINE ROUT
TO NEW YORK!
SHORTEST IN DISTANCE
AND QUICKEST IN TIME
BETWEEN THE TWO CITIES
HARRISBURG - 1
VIA READING. ALLENTOWN
ORNING RXPRESS, 'Weat, lea', es New York at 6 A
N., arriving at Harrisburg at 12.46 noon, only 6% hours
between the two cities. , •
MAIL LINE leaves New York at 12.00 noon, and ar
rivers at Harrisburg at 8.30 P.M. • - -
mortNiNet East, leaves Harrisburg at
8.00 A. le erilibig at New York at 4.30 P.M.
AFTERNOON EXPRESS LINE, East, leaves. Han Is
burg at 1.15 P. M., arriving at New York at 9.00 P. M.
Cennectiona are made at Harrisburg at 1,00 P. M. with
the Pseng i nger Maine in each directiou on the Peon/give
n's, Ounreeriand Valley and Not thern Centrallsfiroad.
AA trains connect at Reading with trains for Pottsville
and Philadelphia, and at Allentown for Mauch Chunk,
No change of Paseenger Cars or Baggage between New.
York and Harrliburg, by the 6.00 A M. Line from New
York or the 1.16. P. U. irom Harrisburg.
For Deatiti of scenery, and speed, comfort and accom
modation, this route presents superior inducements to
the traveling public. ,
Fare between New York and liarrialenrg FIVE;DOL
LARS. Fer tickets an. , other inthrmatinu apply ts
mBl - CLYDE, General Agent, Harrisburg,
N orthern. Central Railway 1
CHANGE - OF -SCHEDULE.
ANDS AFTBR SUNDAY; < MAY
jr 27th, 1860, the Passenger Trains on the Northern
Central Itailwarwill leave Harrisburg as follows
• GOING SOUTH.
EPRERS TRAIN will leave at... ... .. 1.40 A. M.
AOCORMO3ATION TRAIN will leave at .7.30 A.', M.
MAIL TRAIN will leave at .................. M.
GOING . NORTH.
MAIL' TRAIN will leave at 1 20 P. 81.
XPREM TRAIN willleave 9.3 A P. HI
he only Trains leairing Harrisburg ori
e EXPRESS TRAIN at 1.40 A. M., going South, and the
;MESS TRAIN at 9.82 P. M., going North . .
For further information apply at the Mee, in Penn'a
JOHN W. HALL, Agent.
Harrisburg, May 28, 1880.—ma26-dtf
READING RAIL ROAD.
ON AND AFTER NAY 28th, 1860
TWO P.IMENORP. TRAINS LEAVE HARRISBURG
DAILY, ([Sundays excepted,) at 8.00 A. If., and' 1.15 P.
Id. for Philadelphia, arriving there at 125 P. M. • and
8.111 P. IL , ,
RETURNING, LEAVETEILATALPHIA. at 8.001; M.,
and. 8.80 P. M., arriving at Harrisburg at 12.45 noon and
8.80 P. M. - ,
FARE:Si—To Pinladelphia, No. 1 Cars, $3.25 ; No. 2 On
FAREL,.,To Reading, $1.60 and 81.30.
A t Reading, connect with trains for Pottsville, Miners
tWe Tis zti * Catawigaa Sze.
FOUR s-LEAFB -READING FOR PHILADEL:
PHIL D 5 1 A: 11.,-10.45 A. AI.; 12.80 noon and
11.43 P. M.
LEAVE PHILADELPHIA FOR READING at 8.00. A. M.,
FABER ":411eading to Philadelphia, BEIS and 81.45.
THE MORNING TRAIN. FROM HARRISBURG CON
NEMB with. up train for Wilkesbarre,
?piston and garanton.
For through tickets and other Information apply to
READING , RAILROAD
. !RUCTION OF PASSENGER .FARES.
On and' after MONDAY, - APRIL Rid, MO.
Vnit .26 'Corti:ions, will be issued be
imam any points desired, good for the bolder or
any member of hie ft in any, Passenger train," alid
at any time—at 2ner cen: below the ithcnika Waite'
wo es w a g dagagidalo use the Road frequently, on ;
busitusess,iwithfind..tlio: above arrangement , .
convenient and economical; as Four Passenger trains
ran daily eaoki:iithy.7.iiii*iebßeeding
and Two Trains daily between Reading P.ottaville and
Harrisbrg, On aundays, only Ottembruing train down,
and one " e4erAceaktkain.ue,!!.u . s..t between Pottsville and.
Isbliadei*,. op. „Plaiscuger .train on the relittiton.
Who/ - '
For"titexahoya...lTekeik Or any inibiniatlon relating
thereto, aPPlrto S Bra rd Elk; Treasurer, Philadel
lads, to the respeCtiire Agauts on the_ line, on to_
G. A. NCOLL%
!ME' ORIGINAL AND GENUINE
'COMPOUND EXTRACT OF
S AR 6APARILLA,
The Great „Renovator of
EE TIPTIONS OF THE SKIN,
AND ALL ' FORMS OF
• - • DISEASEEI. -
these complaints. can be speedily and elitctually cured
by"the use of this
. , .
SARSAIYAI ILL 2 A..
Thousands have experienced its - salutary effects, an 4
tens of thousands have witnessed it, until It has ceased 41
be a question among the intelligent. portion of the com
When the 131cld becomes lifelesS and stagnant, either
from the effects of Spring weather s change of climate
want of exercise, the use of a uniform saline - diet, - or any
other cause ; this compound Extriet of Sarsaparilla, will
BMW the Blom, carry off the putridt humors, CLEANS'S
. - .
REGULATE THE BOWEL'S .
And impart t Tone of 'Vigor to the
TO TEM PUBLIC.
The public are hereby notified that the preparation ex
tensively hnown as Dr. S. P. TovinsemPs Compound El
tract of Sarsaparilla, is now manufactured wider my, di
rection and supervision, from the origical recipe obtained
from Dr. S. P. Townsend ; and I certify that it Is compo4,
ed of ingredients PURELY VEGETABLE, and WITHOUT
tItI•CURY; and also that the ingredients are judiciously
comi ounded, so as to -Obtainfrom.thow.their greatest.
JAMES R. CHILTON, M.D., Chemist.
Dr. S. poTOWNSEND'S COMPOUND Berme= or Sense
rAsniA, has a reputation among all civilized nations as
the'best preparation for
Renovating' and Purifyingaho BLOOD
which science Sas ever offered to man. In this resides
its PECULIAR EXCELLENCE,. and to this is due.its world=
wide renown. . •
It contains all the vegetable principles which experi
ence kuus proved useful in clearing the SYSTEM from
DISEASE, extracted and combined with the highest skill
which the refinements of modern chemistry enable us to
Whatever may be said by mortified competitors or
splenetic physicians, the fact that this medicine is EVERY
WHERE 'USED, and that its use creates an increased de
mand, shows conclusively that it possesses medicinal
merits of the first order
AU T 0N .
To avoid , imposition it will be necessary to see that
DR. JAMES R. CHILTON'S
CERTIFICATE as well as the SIGNATURE - of Ar. S.
Townsend, is on the ontside - wrapper of each bottle.
BE VERY CAREFUL TO USE NO OTHER.
Proprietor's office, No. 41Sultonetreet, N. Y.
And far sale by every Druggist inlbiatity.
That we,haVe, recently added to our already full stock
THE SOVEREIGN REMEDY FOR
FOR THE HANDKERCHIEF.
ODOR OF MUSK,
LUBM'S ESSENCE BOQUET
FOR THE' HAIR.
MYRTLE AND VIOLET POMATUM.
• - FOR THE COMPLEXION,
TALC OF VENICE, •
ROSE LEAF POWDER,
NEW ',MOWN BAY POWDER,
BLANC DE PERLES.
Upper Ten ,
, New-Mown Hay,
Having the largest stock and best assortment of toile
articles, we 'fancy that we are better abletthan our com
petitors, to get up a complete toilet sett : at any price de
med. Call Wed see. • •
• Always on hand a FRESHstock of Drags; Medicines,
Oheinicals, &c., consequent of our receiving almost daily
additions thereto. , ..
KELLER'S DRUG AND FANCY STORE,
. . : .91 Market Street,
' sag, Two Doors East of Fourth St., South Side. .
FIRST FALL OPENING. OF
DRY GO 4: - .3) 3Z/ IS
TirrE HAVE NOW READY A LARGE
v and. HANDSOME assortment of all kinds of
GOODS in our line.
New Styles Dress Goods,
Superior makes of Silks,
A large assortment of Calicos,
Extra qualitY prices,
Best makes.ofFlantiels, do -
A large Stock . of Shawls, ,
Plain and Barred Sack Flannels
. . .
ruichaSerS axe - invited to'examine our stock, as we are
confident we can show them them the best styles at the
loWest priced, in. connection with the largest stock of
Satinetts and .Casilmeres,
Bleached and Unbleached Menus,
Delaines, Calicoes and Ginghams, .
Drillings, , Sheetings • and Checks,
- Pant Suffs, Hickory and 'Pickings,
Best makes of Canton Flannels.
Splendid Calicos for six cents,; -
Good quality Muslin, six cents. ,
Plain and Figured Delaines, 12% cents,
Heavy Unbleached Muslims, six cents.
With BARGALSSin all Goods of this kind, we only ask
an examtnat ion of our stock, as we are con fi dent that in
pr ices and goods we cannot fail to please. -
CATHCART & BROTHER,
. 7 No. It Marketlquare,
see " Next door to the Harrisburg Bank.
3PIS3IK SI N 1
MACKEREL, (Nog 1,8.)
, S.W/1.01.1", (yery anpenera
.SHAD, (Mese LuNiverY fine.) .
HERRING, (extra large.)
COD FISH. • • -
SMOKED HERRING, (extra Digby.)
SCOTCH HERRING. • '
• SARDINES AND ANCHOVIES.
Of the above we have Mackerel in whole ? half, quar
ter and eighth bbls. Herring in whole and.half bbls.
The entire lot ficar-.-DERECT FROX MME FISHERDIS, and
wiltsell them at the lowest markettntes..
sepia WM. DOCK JR. & CO.
OO all persons ilesiring,Blank Books of
any size or kind, from the smallest , Pass Book to
the largest Blank Book manufactured, is respectfully so
licited to my very large assortment, whicb FOR PRICE
AND OUALITY cannot be eqtrafled.
Printed and Ruled BLMik, Books, and every conceivable
odd sized Mink Woks Made to order at short notice.—
Books and pamphlets of all kinds bound in any desired
sytles of binding, at
BERGNER'S CHEAP BOOKSTORE,
My2s 61 Market street.
'ALL THE NEW BOORS
A 5 EAST as published will be found for
XL sale at PERGNER'SEIEk' BOOBSTORB
nooks, that ireVanted Sod not on hark will bepro:
cured at publishers usual prices: • - ". •
The largest assortment of STANDARD, itEtTGIOUg t
'TEIEOLOGsCaL, SCIENTIFIC, HISTORICAL and MISORL
DINEOUS BOOKS In the dry; many of 'which — Will be
itild much . BELOW PUBLISHER'S PRIMA will be
sinnslor sale at • - • •
BERGNER'S CHEAP BOOKSTORE, 51 isyket St.
/Wean and examine the stook. my 29
fOctiti eft legtapt),
HUM PI-IREYt SPECIFIC
FOR THE PEOPLE.
HEAR WHAT THE PEOPLE - SAY. •
The undersigned hay log used Prcfesor HUMPHREY'S
SPECIFIC HOMIZEPATHIC RF MEDIES in our families with
the most satisfactory resells, and having Pill confidence
in their genuineness, purity , and efficacy, cheerfully re
commend them them to all persons who wish to have
safe, reliable, and efficacious remedies at band tor private I
or domestic use.
The Rev. Wm. Homer, editor of "The Northern Inds:
pendent," Auburn, N. Y.; tha Rev: E. H. Cressy, D. D.,
Rector of St. Peter's Church, Auburn, N. I.; the Rev. B.
I. Ives, Chaplain of the Auburn State Prison ; the Rev.
Spencer M. Rice, Rector, New Bedford, M .ss. ; the Rev.
Allen Steele, New York Conference ; the Rev. Samuel
Nichols, East Genesee Conference, N Y.; the Rev. P. f!.
Pratt, Dorset, Vt.; the He.r. John E. Roble, Buffalo; A. C.
Hart, Esq., Utica, N. Y., the Hon. Neal Dew, Portland,
Me.; the Hon. Schuyler Colfax, South Bend, Ind.; the
Hon. George Humphreys, N. Y.; Henry -D. Cook,
editor of the Ohio State Journal, Columbus, Ohio; the Hon.
'R. EL Graham, Moline, M.; the Hon: Thomas J. Chase,
Monticello, Fla.; the Hon. Joseph Benedict, Utica, N. Y. ;
Wm. Bristol, Esq., lilies, N. Y.; A. S. Pond, Esq., Utica,
N. Y.; James Plunkett, Esq., Nashville, Tenn.
LIST OF' SPECIFIC MIMES.
No. I.—For Fever, Congestion, and Inflammation.
No. 2.—For Worm ,Fever, Worm Colic, Wetting the
No. 8 .—For : Colic, Crying, Teething, and Wakefulness
No. 4.—For Diarrhea, Cholera Infantum, and Summer
No. 6.—For Colic, Gripings, Dysenteri, or Bloody Flux.
No. 6.—For Cholera, Cholera Markus, Vomiting.
No. 7.—For Coughs, Colds, Influenza and Sore Throat.
No. A .—For Toothache, Face-ache, and Neuralgia.
No. 9.—For Headache, Vertigo, Heat and Fullness of
No. 10.—Dyspepsia Pills—Yer Weak and Deranged Sto
mach, COnstipation, and Liver Complaint.
No. 11.—ForFemale Irregularities, Beauty, 'Painful, or
Suppressed Periods. •
No. 12.—Fbr Leucorrhea, Profuse Menses, and Bearing
Dawn of Females. _
No. 18.—For Croup, Hoarse Cough, Bad Breathing.
No. 14.—Salt Rheum Pills—Tor Erysipelas, Eruptions,
Pimples on the Face.
No. 15.—Rheumatic 'Pillef—For Pain, Lameness, or
'Soreness in the Chest,. Back 'CAM ntb
A..—For Fever and Ague,' C tilt Fever, Dumb. Ague, ()Id
P.—For Piles, Blind or Bleeding, Internal or External!
o.—For :Sore; Weak and Inflamed Eyes.and Eyelids;
Failing, Weak, or Blurred Sight.
.C.—For Catarrh, of long standing or recent, either with
obstruction or profuse discharge. '
W. C.—For Whooping -Cough, abating its 'violence and
shortening its course. i
In all acute diseases, such as Fevers, Inflammations,
Diarrhea, Dysentery, Croup, Rheumatism, and such erup
tive diseases as Scarlet Fever, Meanies, and Erysipelas,
the;advantage of giving the proper remedies promptly is
obvionS, and in all such cases the specifics act like a
charm. The entire disease is often arrested at once, and
in all cases the violence or thc attack is moderated, the
disease shintened, and rendered less dangerous.
Coughs and Colds, which aro of such frequent - occur-.
rence, and which so often lay the foundation of diseased
lungs, bronchitis and consumption, may all be at once
u red by the Fever and Cough Pills.
In all chronic diseases; such as .Dyspepsia ' Weak Std
mach, Constipation, Liver Complaints, Pilet,Female De
bility, and Irregularities, old Beadaches,.Sore or Weak.
Eyen, Catarrh Salt Rheum, and other old eruptions, the
case has specifics whose proper application will afford. a
cure in almost every instance. Often the cure of a single
chronic difficulty, such as .Dyspepsia, Piles or Catarrh,
Re aoache or Female Weakness, has , more than paid for
the ease ten times over. ,
Case of 20 vials complete, in morocco, and 800 k....:. .65
Case of 20 vials, and Book, plain 4
Case of 15 numbered boxes, and 800 k... ....... 2
Case of 6 boxes, numbered, and Book - 1
•Single numbered boxes, with directions— .......25 cents
Single letters d boxes, with directions 60 cents
Large case of 2 oz. vials; for planters and physicians..6ls
FOR ASTHMA on.Pnninac.,Oppressed, Difficult, labor
ed Breathing, attended with Cough and Expectoration
Price, 50 cents pee box.
FOR EAR DISCHARGES AND Dnivrtmis.—Discharges from
the Ear, the result Of Scarlet Fever, Measles or Mercuri
als. For Noises in the Head, Hardness of Hearing, and
Ringing in the Ears, and-Ear-ache. Price, 50 cents per
FOR ScautriA. , --Fialarged Glands, Enlarged and Indura
ted Tonsils, Swellings and Old Ulcers, tcrofulons Car:boxy
of Children: Price, SO cents per box. •
FOR GENERAL Ihnurrx.—Physical or Nervous Weak
nose. Either the result of Maness, Excessive Medica
tion, or Exhausting Discharges. Price, 50 cents per box.
Fon DROPSY.--Fluld AeOUMUIa I one, Tumid Swellings,
with Scanty Secretions. Price, 56 cones per box.
FOR Sas-Sicasnis.—Deathly Siekuese, Vertigo, Nausea,
Vomiting. Sickness from riding or motion. Price, 50
cents per box.
FOR URINARY DisEAsEB.—For Gravel, Renal Calculi,
euit, painful Urinition, DiSeases of the Kidneys. Price,
Sti cents per hex.
Fox SERINAI, Roam/vs.—lnvoluntary Discharges and
Consequent Prostration and Debility, Bad ReSUIP3 of Evil
Habits. The most suceesstui and efficient remedy known,
and may be relied upon as a cure. Price, with full direc
tions, $1 per box.
Tersons who wish M place themselves under' the pro
fession.ll c*e, or to seek advice of Prof. liUldritamis, can
de so, at his office 562. Broadway, daily from S A. M. to 8
P. M., or by letter..
OUR REMEDIES BY MAIL.
Look over the Est ; make up a case of what kind you
choose, and inclose the amount Ma current note or stamps
by mail to our address, at No. 6@2 Broadway, New York,
and the medicine will be duly returned by mail or ex
press, free of charge.
AGENTS WANTED.—We desire an active, efficient
agent for the sale of our Remediesin every town or com
munity in the United States. Address
-Dr. F. HUMPHREYS & Cs
aprlB-dawly No. 562 BROADWAY, Nsw Yos.x.
Wholesale and Retail agent for Harrisburg and vicinity
C. H. Seller. Also sold by Theodore F. Scheirer, and
Druggists and stores general's.-
STOOD THE TEST OF YEARS,
AND GROWS MORE AND MORE POPULAR
And -testimonials, new, arid almost without number,
might be given from ladies and gentlemen in all grades
of society, whose united testimony mine could resist, that
Prof. Wood's Hair Restorative will restore the bald arid
gray, and preserve the hair of the youth to Old age, hall
its youthful beauty.'
• , Emma' CREEK, Mich„ Dec. 21, 1800.
Woon : Thee wilt please accept anllo 'to inform•
thee that the hair on my Med . -ell fell off overlwenty
.years ago, caused by a coreplicited chronic disease, at-
Laded with'aiteruption on the head.-A•continual course_
of suffering through life having reduced me to a. state de
dependence, I having not been able to obtain stuff for
caps, neither have 1 been able•to do themnpi in come
quence of which my head has suffered extremely from
cold. This induced me to pay Briggs & Hodges almost
the last centl had on earth for's two dollar`bottle of thy
HaM• Restorative about thi first of August kit. I have
faithfolly followed the direr-Rona and the bald spot is now.
covered with hair thick and black, though short; it is al•
so eeming in all over thy - bead. Feeling confident that
another large bottle would restore it entirely and per
manently, I feel anxious to persevere in its use, and be
ing deatitgte of means to purchase more, I would ask
thee if thee wouldst not be 'willing to send me an order
'on, thine agents for a bottle; and receive -to thyself the
scripture declaration-- ,, the reward is to those that are
kind to the widow and fatherless."
Thy friend, 4 .OIISANNAH %IRBY.
NOble,lCo., Indiana Feb. sth, 1859.
PROr. O. J. Weal,: Dear Ste :—ln the latter part of the
year 1852, while attending the Plater . and National Law'
School of the State of New York, my hair, from a cause
Unknown to me, commenced fulling off very rapidly, so
that in the short space of six months, the whole upper
part of my scalp was almost entirely bereft of its cover
, and much of the remaining portion upon the side
and back part of my head shortly after beeame gray, so
that you will , net he surprised' when :I tell you that upon
my return to the State or Indiana, my more casual ac
quaintances were not so much at a loss:to discover the
cause of the change an my appearance;as thy more 'inti
mate acquaintances were to recognize me at all.
I at once made application to the most skillful physi
cians in the country, but A receivlng no assurance from
them that my hair couldqtiraie be restored, I was forced
to become reconciled to myfate, until, fortunately, in the
latter part of the year 1857, your Restorative was re
commended to me op a druggist, as being the most re
liable 'Hair Resterittive in use.' I tried one bottle, and
found to my great satisfaction that It wall producing the
desired effect. Since that time, I have used seven dol,
lam' worth of your Restorative '
a. and as a result , bave a
rich coat of very soft black, hsr,hich no money can
as a mark of my gratitude for your labor and skill in
the production" of so wOnderful an article, I have re.
..enrcunended its use to:many of my friends. and aequaint.:
.tinces, Who, I am happy to inforin you , are using it with
like effect. Very respectfully, yours, -
A. M. LATTA,
Attorney and Cdunsellor at Law.
~,,At O t, 4.44 Broadway, and sold by all dealers throughe
Tile Restorative is put op in bottles of three sizes, viz
largi; medium and small; the small holds g and -
retails for one.'dollar per bottle ; the medium holds at
least twenty per cent. - morwimproportiorithamtlielzaind,
and retails for two dollars per tionle ; the qdrge holds a
quart 40 per cent more in proportion , and retails for, 83 - •
o. WOOD & CO., Proprietors, 444 Droadiyai,
York, and Market street, St. Innis,
And soldibyttalllgood Druggists and FahcY Goods
EVERY DAY I
ap "Afternoon, October 22„ 1860.
PILLS OF IRON.
AN aperient and Stomachie preparation of IRON puri
fied of Oxygen and Carbon by combustion in Hydrogen.
Sanctioned by the highest Medical Authorities, ooth
Rurope and the United Mates. d prescribed in their
The experience of thousands daily - proves that no pre
paration of Iron can be compared.with it. Impurities of
the blood, depression of - vital energy, pale and other
wise sickly complexions indicate its necessity in almost
every conceivable case. Inflexions in all malad:es in
which it has been tried, it has proved .absolutely cura
tive in each of the following complaints, viz
Debility, Nervous Affections, Rniancipa
lion, Constipation, Diarrhoea, Dysentery.
Incipient Consumption; Si rofittons Tuber. ,
(attests. Salt Rhenium, Illismonstruation,
Witt tes,,Chlorosis, Liver Com p.aitits, Chro
nic. Ileadftehes, Rheumatism, Ite.mittent
Fevers, Pimples on the Face. &c.
In mise of General Debility, whether the result
of acute INSenSe or of the continued diminction of ner
vous and muscular energy from chronic complaints, one
trial of this restorative has proved successful to an ex
tent which no description nor written atteatation would
I render credible. Invalids so long bed-ridden as to have
become forgotten in their own neighborhoods, have sud
denly re-appeared in the busy world as if just returned
from protracted travel in a distant land. Some very
signal instances of this lied are attested of female suf
ferers, emaciated victims of apparent marasmos,
guineous exhaustive critical changes, apd that complica
tion of nervous and ' dyspeptic aversion to air and eier
else for which the physician has Lai name,
Is Nervous Affections of ail s ainds, and for rea
sons familiar to medical men, tho dieintion of this pre
. paration of iron must necessarily be salutary, for,unlike
the old oxides, it is -vigorously tonic, without being ex
citing and overheating, and gently, regelarly aperient,
even in the'most obstinate cases 01 costiveness, without
ever being a gastrin purgative, or inflicting a litsagrecable
It is this latter property, among others, which makes
it so remarkably effectual and , permanent a remedy for
Pffes, upon which it also appears to exert a distinct and
p n ecifi tb o aloe, dispeicing the local tendency, which.
In-Dyspepsia, innumerable as are Its causes. asingle
box of theta Chalebeate Pills has. oftett sufficed for 1110
most habitual'cases,tneluding the 'attendant Cestinmess.
In unchecked .Diarrhoert.,. even when advancedto
Dysentery, confirmed, emaciating, and apparently ma
lignant, the effects lave been equally decisive and as
In the local pains, kiss of flesh and strength, debili
tating cough, and remittent hectic, which - generally indi
cate Incipient.Constunption, this moistly has al
layed the alarm of friends and physicians, in _several
very gratifying and Interesting instances. -
In Scrofuloust Tuberculosis, this medicated iron
has had far more than toe good of the most cautiously
balanced preparations of iodine, without any of their well
known liabilities. ,
The attention of females cannot be too confidently in
vited to this remedy and restorative, in the casespeculiar,
ly affecting them. .
In Ithentnatiirm, both chronic and hifleminatory-- .
in thelatter, however, more: decidedly - it- has been in-,
variably well reported, both as alleviating pain and re
ducing the swellings and stiffness of the joined muscles.
' In gntermittent Fevers it must necessarily be a
great remedy and energetic restorative '
,and its progress
in the new settlement of the west, will probably be one
of high renown and usefulness.
No remedy has ever been discovered, in the whole his
tory of. medicine, which exerts such prompt, happy and
fully restorative effects. Good appetite, complete diges
tion, rapid acquisition of strength, with an unusual dis
position for active and cheerful - exercise, Immediately
tallow. its use.
Put up in neat flat metal boxes containing 50 pills,
price 50 cents per 'box ; for sale by-Druggists and dealers.
Will be sent free to any address on-receipt of the price.—
All lettFrs, orders, etc., should be addressed to'
It. B. LOOM &.CO., General Agents,
ap4-dtf 230 Broadway, New York.
1100 D FOOD.
The attention of Invalids, Physicians, ClergymelL , sci
entific men, and the public generally, is respectfully
solicited to the merits of this chemical preparation, coo.
taining gron,Sulphatr and Phosphorus, and which
tridentical intim composition with tha Hematic Globule,
or red blood. In all diseases accompanied with
pale countenance and nervous derangement, analysis or.
the blood show a deficiency of the red globules. Ruddy
.complexion and a . . rosy tint of the skin, is always indica.
tive of health • while a pale, waxlike skin and counte
nance,—whieli evinces a deficiency or the red globules,,-
accompanies a diseased organism. Preparations or bon
have been given for the purpose of supo)ylog the red.
globules, but we contend that Iron alone,,Sulidiur
alone, or Phosphorus alone , will not Meet the dell•
deny in every.case, but.that sijAdiCions comhinatiOnd
ALL these elements is neeeesury`to reedit, the blohd to its
normal standard. Thks point, never before attained, has
been reached in the Blood Food, and its discovery
rsnits as one of the meet scientific and important of the
age. Its effects in
are to soften the cough, brace the nerves, strengthen
the system, allay the prostrating night sweats, increase
the physical and mental energy, enrich the blood by re•
storing the lacking red globules, increase the appetite,
restore the color, and c,othe the skeleton frame with
flesh. Tile Blood Food will be found a specific in all
Chronic Diseases of the Throat or Luogs, such
as'Asthma, Bronchitis, Coughs, ho. Public speakers and
singers will find it of great utility in clearing and
strengthening the vocal organs. In Dyspepsia ' Liver
Complaints, Dropsy, Epilepsy. Paralysis, bcrofulce, Gravel,
St. Vitus' Dance, Feuer and Ague, ho., its efficacy is
marked and instantaneous. In no class of disease, how
ever, are* the beneficial effects of this remedy so con
spicuous as in those harrassing
Female Complaints .
to which the gentler sex are liable, and which tend to
wards Consuniption, such as stippressed or difficult
Menstruation, Green Sickness,Whites, &n., especially
when these complaints are accOmpanied with paleness,
a dingy hue or pallor of the skin, deprffision of spirits,
debility, palpitation, want of appetite, and nervous pros
tration, We have the utmost confidence in recommend
ing the Slooft.Foodto all who May be conscious of a
loss of vitality or energy, and to thosewhose mental or
bodily powers -are prostrated through over-use, either of
the mind or body, and we deem it our duty to say that
in all cases of Weakness and Emaciation, and in all die
eases of the Kidneys Bladder, this preparation has a claim
upon the attention of sufferers which cannot be over-es
timated. A Wilful trialwill be found the mostconvinc
ing proof in regard to its efficacy that could be asked for.
• With the above remarks,, and with the numerous testi
monials we have in its favor, we offer the "Blood
Foodu-to the conSideration of the afflicted, knowing that
it will be acknowledged as pre-eminent over all other
sirerarations, patent or official, in point of usefulness.—
Circulars giving the Theoryupon which this remedy is
founded,also. certificates of remarkable cures, will be
sent free when desired. • We forward the Blood Food
to any-part of the United States or Oanadas upon receipt
of Pries--$l per bottle, $5 for elk bottles. Be'careful in
all cases to have none but that having our facsimile
signature upon the wrapper. None other is genuine.
Prepared only by CHURCH & DUPONT
No. 409 Broadway, New York.
And by all, resimchible Druggists throughout the
country. - .
For sale by C. A. Baniavart, sole agent, Harrisburg,
A NEW AND FINE ASSORTMENT
At all prices,E6i• sale at
IMMICINKR'S CHEAP BOOKSTORE,
51 Market Street
SELLING OFF, AT COST TO
CLOSE TH BUSINESS.
BB' PAPER disirous t close the WALL
PAPER blast:less Which lam now partially en
gaged,. I will sell all the stock I have.on .hand at CQ.SI
PRICES. All &siring bargains in Wall raker will do
well by Call* soon. - . ' , -
rnylB , :GEO. BERGNER, 61 Market street
WM. J. STEES,
CARPENTER AND J,OBBER r
CORNBE . WALNUT ..ANTI.FEarrr REPas„
OBBING of all kinds done at. short
notice. in good stile". and on regsonmble teims.
G- E NI.-N'G'S
HARVEST-FIELDS OF LITERATURE,;
SCIENCE AND: ART 1-
( 114141:v3 of Exce,rpta Cliriop, Humor.
ous 'instructive,. Gohated by G. C. BOMBABGE t
A. At. M. D.
The above interesting Work has just been received M
BERGNER'S LIELEAP 3300ESTORE.
.ripaosE desiring to paper their home's;
w3ll4indamell-selecied stack Of WALLRABEIt fur
,at COST PRICES, at ,
VERGNIIVS - CHEAP soon-Tom
R the Genuineli:Muiitar4,' go
'je to luitaximstatxt num
tbeNaug:A7Vieriotratr c l u '' . r*"'"
For Children Trethhig,
which greatly facilitates the prone , of teething, by soft
ening the geme,reducing all inflammation—will allay ALL
PAIN, and spasmodic action, and as
SURE REGULATE MBE BOWELS.
Depend upou it, Mothers, it will give rest to yourselves'
AND. RE.1.1 - Nrt AND EtEALTH. TO YOUR WANTS,
put up , and sold this article for over tin
years, and Gus Cty, is CONFIDENCE AND rzurn, what we
have never been able to say of any other medicine—
NNVER HAS IT FAIIED,.IN A SINGLE INSTANCE TO
'EFFECT A OURE, when timely used. Never dtd we
know an instance of dissatisfaction by any one who used
IL On the contrary, allure delighted with its opera
tions, and speak in terms of highest commendaticm of
its ,rnagical effects and medical virtneaL.We ' speak
- matter ...wan , we DO KNOW, alter atter ten yeam' expe
rience, AND MIDGE OUR iteruserrora sus ars imuhrsmalre
OF WHAT WS _HEM DECLARD. In OTIOSE every Instance
where the infant sparing from pain and exhaustion, re
lief will be. fOund In'tliteen or tweaty minutes after the
syrup is administered. -
This valuable preparation is the preeeripton of one
of the moat liniallftlE , KlFJ 4 and SKILLFUL NUMBS in
New England, And has been used with service swipe
THOUSANDS OF CASFB,
It not only relieves the child from rein, bet invig
orates the stomach and bowels, corrects acidity, and
gives tone and energy to the whole system. It will al
most Instantly relieve
GRHINGL HI TH.I3 ROWELS, AND WIND .00110, -
and overcome convuLsions, which if not speedily reme
died, end in death. We believe It the war end Sonsurr
sensor is. TB P Wonto, °AI cases of TOYPENTERY
DIARPACEA • IN CHILDREN, whether It arises trom
teething or •frotoi any- other cause. We would say to
every, moth* who, has a obiKaufibring from any of the
foregoing pun?plithats:--no re* "urr coca ritminnats, NOR
•rxx mar inced OP OTEOUCB, stiunt between you and your
sneering child and the relief that will be SURE—yes, Ark
F.OLUTELY SURE--to follow the use of this mine,
ill:Jowly Used. Full directions for using vnllitocompany
each bottle.. Nude geintine unless 'MO., fac-slmilo of
CURTI: , a iRREIEN:S,New York, Is on theoutside wrapper.
Bold by Dr chifits threughout :the world.
rrincipal °Mee, ;.:0..18 Cedar St., New York.
r:ice only 25 Cents per Bottle*
gar Fur Bale in Harrisburg by . D. W. Hross ' & Co:, NO
19 Market street, J. Martin Lutz, No. 22 Market street:a
G. Geller, No. 91. Market street, below Fourth, and. G. W.
Miles;l2B Market street.
OR' PAIN DESTROYER,
S one of the few 'domestic remedies
which have come into general use and favor, without.
puffing. It is the product of a Simple shrttb;harmliss in
all cases, and as a 'domestic remedy' unequalled. For
BURNS, CUTS BRUISES, SORENESS, .LA_MENa'S,
SPRAINS, RHEiIIiATISM; ULCERS,'OLD SORES
and WOUNDS; it'has not an equal IL is also used, with
great success, for TOOTHACHE, HEADACHE, NEURAL
GIA, SORE THROAT, COLIC, - DIARRHOEA, - nomika-
NESS, anti other troubldtomei and painful idles
tione,.whila it promPtly arrests all HEMMORRIIAGES.—
Hundreds of•physiciansuse it daily in their practice, and
give it their ,unqualified recommendation. Sold, by our
Manta and dealers, and by
F. HUMPHREYS gi CO., 562 Dread way ,
Sole Proprietors and Manufacturers.
Sold by C. K. Keller, Wholesale and Retail agent for
Harrisburg and :vicinity, and Omaha and. s;ores gene
, - 'Prep
.1 , ) "/ •-,-. '.‘ ‘‘
't y ~, z, s , ea.
7 t lv i , : ,/'9'EboNomYr 41 7;,... , !,
I , - 0
I°4 ." Diegatelln2 v'• CD
2 0 .....
.. :1 Save the Piezes
As accidents will happen, Teen eeehl-regulatedfarailiea
HIM very desirable to bays some cheap and -convenient
'way for repairinsFurrOttre, Toys, Crockery, &e.
armanNws PREPARED 6111111 . .
meets all such emergencies, and no horisehold can afford
to be without it. It is always ready and up to the stick.
ing point. These is no longer a necessity for, limping
cbairs,A splintered veneers, beadles' toys . mid broken
cradles. It is just the article for cone. shell and other
ornrmental work, so popular with ladles of refinement
This admirable preparation is used cold; being cheml
catty:held in solution, and possessing all the qualities of
the best cabinet-makers' Glue. It may be used in the
place of ordinary mucilage, being vastly more adhesive.
"USEFUL. IN, EVERY HOUSE.'..
N. B.—A Brush accompanies each bottle. Prfee • 21, cis.
Wholesale Dersit., No. 48 .Cedar street, New York..
Address HENRY C. SPALDING Arta,
Box No. 8,600, New 'Rork
Put up for Dealers in cases containing Four, Eight and
Twelve Dozen-a beautiftil•Dithngraphic • Show•caid• sa-
Sompanying each package. -' .
Rar - A single bottle of SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE
will save ten times its cost annually to every hotn3ehold.
Sold by all prominent Stationers, Druggists, Hardware
and Furniture Dealdrs,Grecers and Fancy' Steres:'
Countryinercbtuits should meko ^ lte of SPALDING'S
PREPARED GLUE, when merit op their list. It Will
sued any climate. - dawly
ANNIHILATING POWDER , ,
Ts THE ONLY
"• • -
IKNOWN 'and best RAI
cte to exterminate Roach
es; Bed Bugs, Ants,lioths,
Flies, Fleas,garden Werms,
, . Vine Bugs, &c. IT - CON
TAINS NO POISON: ' •
.„_ ' yam - SCHWERIN'S PILLS.
are sure death .to RATS,
biii //// / ///*. and MICE.
Mr. SCHWERIN received Certificates from President
of Girard College, Directors of Rouse of RefugetPerrnsyl
vents Hospital, and other preminent Public Institutions
of Philadelphia. U. 13. Jail, Washington, D. 0., and
Charity Hospital, New Orleans, La.
The origfnal certificates can be seen at the . 'Wholesale
and Retail Depot, 124 North Second street, Philadelphia,
and for sale in Harrisburg by Charles A. Bapnvart, D.
W. Gross Co., G. W. Riley and C. K. Heller, and by.
all Druggists and Grocers everywhere.
. Beware of Spurious 'mi . ations. Remember to - ask for
SCHWERIN'S Annihilating Powder. •
None Genuine unless signed
myl7-d6m • M' SCHWERIN.
H A - MS!! HA
NE FVBOLD'S CELEBRATED
EXTRA SUGAR CURED(covered.)-
EXTRA SUGAR CURED (unc o vered.') '
EXTRA, SUGAR CURED. SHOULDERS.
EXTRA SUGAItCURED DRIED BEEF.
. EXTRA .« " " " (covered : lp, •
Joel received a large invoice of the above, wfi We
'offer' at unuensillY low tricot: •
sepB WM. DOCK JR. As CQ.,
DRUGS AND CHEMICALS.
DRUGS AND CHEMICALS.
DRUGS AND CHEMICALS.
Patent Medici n es. Family. Medicine&
Patent Medielnes. Fatily' Medicines.
Patent Medicines. Family Medicines.
Trusses,' Supporters, Shoulder Brace's.
Trusses, Supporters,.Shoulder Braces.
Trusses, .Supporters ,Shoulder Braces.
• • - PFREIBIEBY.
FANCY AND TOILET AR_LICLICS.
...FANCY AND TOILET ARTICLES;
.PRINIE; 1 11 - AVANA CIGARS, TGRACCQ.
PRIME,.HAVANA CIGARS, TOBACCO.
PRIMP HAVANA. CIGAR,S,, TOBACCO.,
• We eid.yor to buy and sell the• very bast 'Of *rim ,
Axing in our ,ins, and..allysys- have a good assortment in
'store from which customers may choose. and selling at
fair prices *efdo domMandirfair of patrimite.
BL.E4NK_I3OOZI32i , _
ecyAbLIKAGINABLE SIZES, PRldag,
SaLli AND QUAIMES on had aid manaaotir
to order at tho - oleopeot rater. QV , - •
$• MUMMER'S Bocaniii
MENS' FURNISHING GOODS
GOLDEN HILL SHIRTS,
LARGE AND EXTENSIVE. STOCK FOR TEE
FELL TEL DE,
Of thejatest and most desirable stylee., imported and
manufactured expressly for the approaching season's
C. B. HATCH & CO.,
W 403 BROADWAY,..ffiI
(One door above the cot. of Walker St.,)
Give notice to the lderchante In all sections of the Tnion
that their stook of lifiee Prothaelna GOODS A.VD G OLDSPI
BOLL &Mae is now ready for amtdbition, ronowt..ing
full thetertment of
Undershirts and Drawers, ;Wand 'Winter Gimes,
and Amy Shirts, Ties, Scarfs Stocks, Suspenders,
Half Hose„ Linen °Mars Robes de aicanbre
Mee/iv Shawls, Railw ay Rugs, atrdigart
Jackets, Mufflers, de, „
Including many new and desirable articlea iMline not
to be found In any similar establishment to this cAtuntry.
Shirts made at. the GOL DE N MILL SHIRT idANU
FACTOVT,Ibear on the book of [the Yoko the following
CC — . — B;l l )4
Which is ourtrad, mark for this article,and which
carrieal!with it 'Our guarantee is to their PERFECTION in
These 'Shirts, combining `STYLE, DURABILITY, and
PERFECTION OF FIT, we warrantequal in every respect
to any made to order
Parties not intending to visit New York this Fall, may
transmit their orders -by mail, and can rely upon having
them tilled ha faithfully'and promptly as though pre out
to &eat , theMselvto. SATOH &
jy2T-dam 1403 Broadway, N. Y.
WALTER G. WHITEMAN,
N. W. coRNEB. 17th AND ARCH STS.
CROSS 18V BLACKWELL'S
ENGLISH TICKELS ANDr SAUCES.
Particular attention raid to selecting
FINE TE.A.S AND. COFFEES,
SUGAB abna3is,at,Retiners , prices. - Motes WINK
LIQUORS'and SEGARP- of the best brands &Ways
hand. ' • reyl4yd
PENNSYLVA - N - IA
oFFIck, NO., 104 MARKET STR,EET,
H.ARRISB . IIRG
1) . 0 D . GE Wr, C 0 .
pEgliEtTtij LLY inform the Ladies and
Gentlemen of Harrisburg,:and the publicgenerally,
tualthey have ail the machinery, necessary for DYEING
CIMANSWGaIid FINISBING, in a most sopSrior style.
and' warranted to give satisfaction, every ° description of
Lad MO and Gentlemen's apparel, Ladies Dresses, Cloaks,
Shawls, Blindkeichiefs, Paula, -Bennett', Ribbons; Ike..
Dyed and Finished to look like new. SILK•AND SILK
DRESSES WATERED to look like the imported article.—
Gentlemen's COATS, PANTALOCNE and VESTS, Dyed,
Cleaned and Rinished in a most superior style. NO RIP
PING REQUIRED. CARPETS CLEANED, without balmy
to the fabric, removing all oil and slain, mad improving
colors. Merino, Casiniefe and oLber'Sbawla cleaned and
pressed. CRAPE SHAWLS bleached and finished in a
style that -cannot be surpassed. Counterpanes,
Blankets and Ticks, cleaned in best manner, and at short
notice. WOOLEN and COTTON GOODS dyed in any
quantities; at low prices, and warranted fast colors.—
Leghorn, Straw Bats and Bonnets Dyed in a few hours.
'Merchants and Milliners having unsaleable colors many
of their goods,, ottivhave ; them , dyed and Bashed, by
leaving themlor a law days at the olilne.
ajr - 141' - goncte dyed at the above eatabliahment are
warranted not to smut-. • DODGE dr, CO.
i 3 ,25
HE sebseribers have leased the eaten
sivee Warehouses and Railroad track forinerly occu
pied by the Philadelphia. and Reading Railroad company
as a freighting. dePartment;No. 248 North Broad street,
and will transact a GENERAL STORAGE, FORWARDING
AND CO3IIDS3ION BUSINFSC in connection With the
Foreign and Domestic Shipping and Produce at 1211 Wal
They are prepared to receive, ship and ferward, in
land or by -water, all merchandise and produce which
may be oared. storage capacity 25,000 barrels, with
every convenience for receiving and discharging:
Warehouse receipts will be given for all property on
storage; with bills- of landing far shipment.
Consignments of merchandise, and-produce to our ad
dress, will receive prompt attention.
FOWLE, Ramo a co,
128 Walnut and 248 North Broad street.
• Thillidellilifet; April 23, isso:— °ma.
NEW. FIRM, NEW GOODS
AHE SUBSCRIBERS havini succeeded
' to tho.waor rRIAIN AND RETAIL GROCERY. RI NI
NESS, of Messrs. GROSS k KUNKEL, at WALNUT
STREET WHARF,. would respectfully announce to the
citizens of liarriabnig and vicinity, that they . are pre
-pared to offer for sale a large and complete assortment of
Grain, Floor, — •
- - .11o_pes, . in great variety,
. • Oils,. • .
Glass, ; Nails
• . Cement, dr.e.
Our Large SPRING STOOK, purchased in Philadelphia
sad- Neiv..York; and!now arriving, has ; / been, selected
with.mucll t care,andwill present great inducementa to
close bnyerii. -••- - '
• We , intend to :keep FIRST-CLASS GOODS, and WILT
NOT BE TINDERSOLB, and hope by honorab le dealing to
merit andreoelen a share ;of-patronage.
Tuar24-dtt . A. ROBINSON TcICU
A NEW LOT OF
LAD - 17^-,' SHOPPING 4. TRAVIgaIiG, BAG s
Compitsing a number of new styles GIKNTA 4 and LA_
OW Ifoney-Pnraes. and Wallets: A Anti assortment
jastTeceiTedand for sale -
EFIGNERS CHEAP 11008810 RE,
51 Market Etre. t
- • •
i1f.F.:16 TIE": STOVE W O,R K
13E1) T T &
atAAWAGTORBES ()Utile 'mita appropedaylaqf STOVES
of every dirsoription„...9aKle
and Sale Rooms
'Water Street, New Veit." • ••
jmr4lo Brown:Street,Philadelphis. 7 •
N. B.—Send for Cata4ogue.. jrzud
TriHE PRESENT'. W EILT.EIER' is . 'highly
_L.. favorable for planting terawberrecs, ad if Mine
soon a fair crop of frnik - sullicient to cover. the efts of
plants.and planting, may to expecte& next season.—
,I4pwards of , •
, Native and Foreign,:have-been.tested tithesubscriber,
and, after having rejected many, basis able to furnish al
that ,are really desirable, in any - vaulty and, at air
pticea. _ _ - •
ADVICE GIVEN ,
to-choice of varieties, preparation of soil and' ilia*
culture. If desired, lie Wiii , for a reasonabliOnapettia•
wartinating„gebk crops of the best fruit.
,the R&M' ninbdation of the public - he Ma gaTe
Plants foxisablin tbej
olk TnettelLi'alsi W,eine-aday_ana
Satiliessoniernbies.. • - • H. AL /M.