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DR . JOHNSON,
i nd d i scovered ffecta r remedy e t d h v e in m th o e s w t world cert a in ,
DISEASES OF IMPRUDENCE
TRIM IN NIX TO SWSLVR HOURS.
No Mercury or Noxious Drugs.
sir A CORI WARRANTED, OR NO CHARON, IN IRON Osi TO
TWO DAYS "li*
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
ers, Dyspepsia Languor, Low Spirits, Confusion of Ideas
palpitation of the Heart, 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 anddestruetlve 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 which
annually swoops to an untimely grave thousands of young
men of the Most exalted talent and brilliant intellect, who
might otherwise have entranced listening Senates with the
thunders of eloquence, or waked to eastacy tbelivltig lyre,
may call with full confidence.
Married persons or those Mmtemplating marriage, being
aware of physical weakness, should immediately consult
Dr. 3., and be'restored to per fect health.
' ORGANICS WEKKNESS.
Immediately Cured andfull Vigor Restored
Ho who places himself under the care of Dr. d. may
religiously confide in his honor as a gedtleman, and confi
dently rely upon his skill as a physician.
Apar Office No. 7 South Frederick street, Baltimore, d.,
on the left hand side going from Baltimore street, 7 d us
from the corner. Be particular In observing the on
and number, or you will mistake the place. Be particular,
for Ignorant; Trilling Quacks, with false names, or Paltry
Humbug C'ertircustes, attracted by the reputation of Dr.
Johnston, lurk near.
- All letters must contain a Postage stamp, to use on the
P s DR. JOHNSTON
DR. JOININION member of the Royal College of burgeon
Louden, graduate from ono of the mostemMentGollegesof
the U. States, and the greater part of whose life has been
spent in the Hospitals of London, Parts, Philadelphia and
elsewhere, has ellbotod some of the most astonishing cures
that were ever known. Many troubled with ringing in the
ears and head when asleep, great nervousness, being
alarmed at sudden sounds, baehfulness, with frequent
binshing, attended sometimes with derangement of mind
were cured Imeaeddately
TARE PARTICULAR NOTICE
Dr. J. addresses all those woo having inmreothem
selves by private and Improper indulgences, that genre
and solitary habit which ruins both body and mind, un
fitting them for either business or society.
These are some of the sad and melancholy effects pro
duccd by early habits of youth, viz : Weakness of the
Back and Limbs, Pains in the Head, Dimness of Sight,
Loss of Muscular Power, Palpitation of the Heart, Dyspep-
Ma, Nervous Irritability Derangement of the Digestive
Functions. General Debility, Symptoms of Consump
Mentally, the tearful effects on the mind are much to be
dreaded ;—Loas of Memory, Contbsion of Ideas, Depres
sion of Spirits, Evil Forebodings, Aversion to Society, Self
distrust, Love of Solitude, Timidity, Sic., are some arta e
Thousands of persons Of all ages, can novrjudge whattt
the cause of their declining health, losing their vigor, be.
coming, weak, pale, nervous and Amadated, have a singu
lar appearance about the eyes; cough, and symptoms of
who nave injured themselves by a certain practice, in
dulged in when alone—a habit frequently learned from
evil companion's, or at school, the effects of which are
nightly felt, even when asleep, and if not cured, random
marriage impossible and destroys both mind and body
h cold apply immediately.
What a pity that a young man, the hope of his country,
the darling of hie parents, should be snatched from all
prospects and enjoyments of life by the consequences of
deviating, from the path of nature, and indulging in a
certain secret habit. Such persons must, before contem
effect that a sound mind and body are the moat nece
sary requisites to promote connubial happiness. Indeed
without these, thejourney through tire becomes a weary
pilgrimage ; the prospect hourly darkens to the view ;
the mind becomes shadowed with despair, and tilled with
the melancholy reflection that the happiness of another
becomes blighted with our own.
DR. JOHNSTON'S INVIGORATING REMEDY FOR
Sy this great and Important remedy, Weakness 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
Impediments to . arriage, Physidal or Mental Diegualitt
cation Nervous rambling, Weakness or Exhaustion of
the most fearful kind, speedily cured.
The many thousands oared at this Institution within the
last ,tweive years, and the numerous important Surgioa
Operations performed by Dr. J., witnessed by the re
porters of this papers, and many other persons, notion's of
whioh have appeared again and again before thepublic,
besides his standing as a gentleman of character and ye.
ipomibility, Is a sufficient anarantee to the afflicted
DIHRASE OF IMFRIIDENCE.—When the misguided and
imprudent votary of pleasure ends he has imbibed the
swede of this painful disease, it too often happens that au ill-timed sense of shame or dread of discovery deters him
from applying to those who, from education and re
spectability can alone befriend him, delaying till the
conatiutional symptoms of this horrid disease make their
appearance, affecting the head, throat, nose, skin, ha.,
progressing. on with frightful raphllty, till death pas a
period fJ his dreadful sufferings by sendingitim to "that
bourne from whence no traveller returns." It is a melan
choly fact thatthmusands fall victims to this terrible dis
ease, owing to the unskilfulness of ignorant pretenders,
who, by the use of that deadly poison, mercury ruin the
constitution and make the rattle° of life miserable
2b Strangers —The Doctor's Diploma hang In his Mika
lii Letters must sienna."' &Steuart° us on the reply.
gee Remedies sent by Mall. '
/or No. 7-South Frederick street, Ballimire
SILVER PLATED WARE
No. Ink Market Street, Paccanacvms,
Manufacturer of fine
MICKEL SILVER, and SILVER PLATER of
FORKS, SPOONS, LADIES, BUTTER KNIVES,
CASTORS, TEA SETS, URNS; KETTLES,
WAITERS, BUTIER mous, ICE PITCHERS,
CAKE BASKETS, COMMUNION WARE,
CUPS, MUGS, GOBLETS, arc.,
With a general assortment, comprising none butthe Les
Qualify, made of the bat materials and heavily plated, coal,
stituting them a
Serviceable and durable article
FON HOME, STKADBOAID AND PRIVATIL FAINIIDDI.
Mr Old. Ware re-plated in the best wanner,
DR. C. WEICEUEL,
SURGEON AND OCCULIST,:
RESIDENCE THIRD NEAR NORTH STREET.
CO A, UV ,
FOR BALE BY •
JAIIES IC WHEELIE&
nTtßE.undersigned, DOCTOR OF DENTAL
SURGERY, has returned and resumed his practise
ate street opposite the "Wady House," where he
will be pleased ta attend to all who may desire his ser
vices. [sepbc] 'B. H. GILDEA, D. D. 8.
BUERLE - R HOUSE,
m A 11, T SQUARE,
GEO. J. BOLTON, PROPRIETOR.
:.4p A 11: D .
The ab rme well known and long established Had Is
now undergoing a thorough renovation, and being In a
great degree newly furnished, under the proprietorship
or Mr. Gimlet; J. BOLTON ; who has noon en inmate of the
house for the last three years, and is well known to
Thankftil for the liberal patronage which it has en
loyed , I cheerfully commend Mr. Bolton to the public
Or. tuirtri WLLLI4. BUR .
HELMBOLD'S BUCHU for the Bladder.
HELMBOLD'S BUCHU for the Kidneys.
fiELMBOLD'S BUCHU for the Gravel.
HELMBOLD'S BUCHU for the Dropsy.
HELMBOLD'S BUCHU for Nervousness.
HELMBOLD'S BUCHU for Lose of Memory.
LIELMBOLIYS BUCHU for I/imitate of Vi .
HELMBOLD'S BUCHU for Difficult Breathh g.
HELMBOLD'S BUCHU for Weak Nerves.
RELMBOLD'S BUCHU for General Debility
HELMBOLD'S BUCHU for. Universal. Lassitude.
HELMBOLD'S BUCHU for Horror of Disetse.
HELMBOLD'S BUCHU for Night Sweats..
HELMBOLD'S BUCHU for Wakefulness. •
HELMBOLD'S BUCHU for Drirtiess of the Skin.
HELMBOLD'S BUCHU for Eruptions.
HELMBOLD'S BUCHU for Pain in the Back.
HELMBOLD'S SUCH U for Heaviness of the Eyelids, with
Temporary Suffusion aJ d Loss RP Sight.
HELMBOLD'S DUMB for Mobility and ,Restlessness,
with Want of Attention and Horror of Society.`
BELMBOLD'S BUCHU for Obstructions.
BELMBOLD'S BUCHU for Excesses arising from indis
cretion, and all diseases of • - - •
FEMALES, FEMALES, FEMALES,
FEMALES, - FEMALES, FEwALEs,
TAKE NO MORE PILLS,
TAKE NO MORE PILLS
THEY AhE OF NO AVAIL.
THEY A - RE OF me .A VAIL.
Use BELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU for all complaints
Incident to the sex.
No Family Should Re . Without It I
TAKE NO MORE B ALSAM or Inj wions and Unpleasant
Medicine for Unpleasant and Dangerons Diseases.
Use DELMROLDIS EXTRACT BUCHU for Excesses
arising from habits indulged in
By Young and Old.
And for diseases arising from Habits of Dissipation. It re.
moves ail improper discharges, and will restore the pa.
tient in a short time to a state of Health and Purity.
Use ERLMBOLD'S =TRACT BUCBI7 for Diseases and
Affections of the moat Distressing Character. -
Use HELMEuLD'S EXTRACT RUCHE( for all Affections
and diseases of the
Whether existing in
'tale or Female,
from whatever came originating, and no matter of
How Long Standing.
All of the above diseases and symptoms admit of the
same treatment, and May origintnitte front 'the same
READ ! READ I READ ! READ I
RELMBoLIPS BUCHU is safe, and pleasant in taste
and odor, but immediate In its action.
Personally appeared before me, an Alderman of the
City of Philadelphia, H. T. Helmbold, Chemist, who be
ing duly sworn, does say, that his preparation contains
no Nara° tic, Mercury, or injurious drug but is purely
Vegetable. H. T. BELMBOD,
Sworn and subscribed before me, ti is 23d day of No
vember, 1854. VIM.. P. RIBBAhl), alderman.
Price S 1 per bottle, or six for :delivered to any ad
A Trial Costs bit a. Dollar Try it,
and be convinced of its efilloacy. And accompanied
by reliable and responsible . ceitificates.lrOM.Profeissois
01 Medical Colleges, Clergymen.asit others.
Practical and Analytical Chemist,
104 South. Tenth Street, below Chestnut,
NECESSARY CAMION.--Should unprincipled Dealers try
to palm off another article, which pays it better profit and
is worthless. - • • •
AM FOR BICLMBOLD'S EXTRACT D G CHII.
TAKE NG OTHER:
soaps mrsicauassr. ---
• Sold by D. W. Gross , & Gs. and all Druggists every
Cut thla out—send or call for it, and avoid exposure,
and Imposition. aull-dawBth
PROF. ADOLPH P. TRUPSER ,
WOULD respectfully inform his old
patrons and the public generally, • that he will
continue to give instructions on the PIANO PORTE, MB
LOHRON, VIOLIN and also In the science of THUROUGH
BASS. He will w'th pleasure wall Upon pupils at their
homes at any hour desired, or. lessons will be given at
his residence, in Third street, a few doors below the
German Reformed Church.. decls.dif
AUGUSTINE L. UHAYNE.
CARPENTER AND BUILDER.
Residence No. 27 North Second &reek
N. P.—JOBBING ATTENDED TO.
ALL - kinds of Iron Castings made to or
der, of the very best stock, and aU Castings pickled
to remove the sand and scale. We have the best and
most extensive assortment of Pulley patterns this side of
Philadelphia. Apply at the EAGLE WORKS,
Penna. R. Road, abcive State street.
Harrisburg'. April 22. 1.859 --•tiv
W W. HAYS,
.ATTORNEY-BT - -LAW.
d,rif Walnut St., between Second and
, Third, Harrishurg, Pa. •
DR. T. j. MILES,
OFFERS his services to, the citizens of
Harrisburg and its vicinity. He solicits a share of
the public patronage, and giyes.assurance that his best
endeavors shall be given to render satisfaction in his pro
fession. Being an old, well tried dentist, he feels safe in
inviting' the public generally to call on him, assuring
them that they will not be dissatisfied with his serviees
Office No. 128 Market.street, in the house formerly cc,
copied by Jacob R. Eby, near the United States Hotel,
Harrisburg, Pa. 'myB-dly
OFFICE—THIRD STREET, (STIALL'S ROW,).
Residence, Chestnut Street near Fourth.
CITY OF HARFISNIZOIO, FENN'A.
' GEORGE FISHER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
n ITEMS his professional services to all
IL" bersops having _business to_ be -transaMed in the
several •Oeurts of Dauphin county,.the Land Department
of this State, or before the Board of PriTerty. Haying
been associated in the practice of the Law, with his lath
er, JOHN A .1.1611. ER, he promises, diligent and careful
at , ention to all professional business entrusted to teem
Office corner of Second and Locust Streets, (opposite to
-the rittine • itraldit Ho Harrisburg. ap2B
Joexpa tsars'. - - JOHN W. BROWN'
CASEY '& BROWN,
HAVING associated together in the
'practice of the Law
' will d attend faithfully an
promptly to all professional business entrusted to their
Mee In Third street three doors from Market
E.. B. Consudations in English and German.
STATE CAPITAL BANK. •
CAMERON., COWER, EBY & CO.
CORNER S ECOND AND WALNUI sla,
HARRIS BURG, PENN.
Of Vtualla Baguo,: Eaalthis" Fuzipa Yerfuniery- and
nig Soaps, at MILES' blarq STORE,
myB Market rtreet, below Fifth, liarriaborg,
FAMILY BIBLES - •
?TIRE LARGESP ASSQB,TMENT IN THE
CITY, at all price* from $1 25 to $25 dollars each,
in all the different styles of binding, for sale at •
ant . , $1 Market Street.
"INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS-NEUTRAL IN NONE."
HARRISBURG, PA.. FRIDAN AFTERNOON, NOVEMBER 9, 1860
Mountain Herb Pills.
THE inventor and manufacturer .of
son's Mountain Herb Pills," has spent the greater
part of his life In travelling, having-visited - nearly every
country in the world He spent over six years anion
the Rocky Mountains and of Mexico, and it was thus that
the "MoUNTAIN Ilmut Pius" were discovered. A very
Interesting account of his adventures there, you will And
in our Almanac and Pamphlet.
It is an established fact, that all diseases arise from
- - -
The blood is the life I • and when any foreign or un
healthy matter gets mixed with it, it is once dlstrbuted to.
every organ of the body. Every nerve feels .the poison,
and all the vital organs quickly complain. • The stomach
will not digest the food perfectly. Tho liver ceases to
secrete a sufficiency of bile. The action of the heart is
weakened, and so the circulation is feeble. The lunge be
come clogged with the poisonous matter ; hence a cough
—and all from a slight impurity of the fountain-head of
lite—the Blood I As if you had - thrown some earth, for
Instance, in a pure spring, from which ran a tiny rivulet.
in . a few minutes the whole course of the stream' be,
comes disturbed and discolored'. •AnqUickly dealt:imam
blood fly to every part, and leave its sting behind.. All
the passages become obstructed, and Unless the obstruc
tion is removed, the lamp of life soon dies out.
These pills not only purify' the blood, but regenerate all
the secretions of the body, they are, therefore, unrivalled
Liver Complaint, Sick Headache, atc. This Antiallion
Medicine expels from the blood the hidden seeds' f die .
ease, and renders all the fluids and secretions pure and
fluent,clearing and resuscitating the vital organs.
Pleasant indeed, Is it to us, that , we are able to place
within Your reach, a medicine like the "Mommus. MOM
Puss," that will pass directly to the afflicted parts, turough
the blood and fluids of the body, and cause the oi.fferer
to brighten with the flush of beauty and Mialth.
Judson's Pills Save the Best Remedy in exist.
ence for the following Complaints:
Bowel Complaints, Debility, Inward Wealmess,
Coughs, Fever and AV* Liver Complaints'
Colds, Female Complaints,Lowness of Spirits,
Chest Diseases, Headaches, Piles, •
Costiveness, Indigestion, ' Stone and Gravel
Dyspepsia, Influenza, Secnndary Sysrp-
Dropsy, * I • • •or
Females who value health, should never be without
these Pills. They purify the blood, remove obstructions
of all kinds, cleanse the skin of all pimples and blotches,'
and bring the rich color of health to the pale cheek.
A ga- The Plants and Herbs of which these Pills are
made, were discovered in a very surprising way among
the Tezucans, a tribe of Aborigines In Mexico. Get the
Almanac of our Agent, and you will read with delight,
the very interesting account it contains of the "Gamer
Ibmiczsz" of the Aztecs.
Olbserve.—The Ideuteln Herb ,Pills are put up in a
Beautiful;Wrapper. Each box contains 40 pills, and Re
tail at 2b cents per box. Alf genuine, have the signature ,
of B. L. JUDSON at CO., on each box.
B. L. JUDSON,&
Sole Proprietors .
No. 50 Leonard Street. • '
Arir Agents wanted always—Address as aboye..l6*
ONLY YARD IN 70 WY THAT DELIVERS
FOR every family to get in their supply
of Coal for the winter—weighed at their door by
the patent Weigh-Carts. 'Ms cusfurecy,qf thesi Carte no
one dis,pwes, and they z. ever get out.of order, as is fre
quently the ease with tho platform scales. Besidee the
consumer has the satisfaction of proving the weight of
his 'coal, at his own house. •
I have a large supply of Coal on hand consisting of
S. lit CO.' LYICE,NS VALLEY. CliaL; all alias.
LYEENB VALLEY •
BITUMINOUS BROAD TOP
All Coal of the first quality mined and delivered free
from all impurities at this lowest rates, by the boat or
car load single, half or, third of tons, an d.by the bushel..
JA.,mb M. WELENLI,R.
Harrisburg, Sept. 24,1860. ' ewp2s
NEWLY REFITTED !
THE -UNDERSIGNED having /eased
this well known and popular hotel, in the. city of
Harrisburg, is now refitting and furnishing the same
with NEW' FURNITURE in the very beet modern style.
It is located in the moat central part of the city, within,
a short 'distance of the depots of four cifferent railroad:
and alit! dear the State Ca pitol buildings. • ' :
The house is large and the sleeping apartments are
sell ventilated. ' • ,
The TABLE is well provided with all: seasonable arti
cles This city is well knoWn throughout the State as
having the best market outside as the Atleastlc elite', athf
consequently no complaints 'sball be made on tat score,
lhotaitt'has also undergone changes and will be kept
stocked with the, best and purest Liquors in the country
No exertion will be spared to make the traveler and,
sojourner comfortable in every respect. A continuance
of the pktronage of the old customers, together with new
additions id respectfully solicited.
J. H. =WORD & CO.
Harrisburg, August 28-tf
NOTICE TO. SPECULATORS.
VALUABLE BVZLELNG , LOTS FOR SALE.,
-A NIIkIBER OF LARGE SIZED BUILD-
Iora adjoining tho Round House And Work
Shops of . the Penna. Railroad Company, will be isold
low and o reasonable terms. Apply to - . • • • -
augao 8m • . JOILV W. WALL.
Checker Beards, Detainee, Checkers, Dine andDiealloies•
The largest assortment In the city, for sale at all Floe. BERGNER'S CHEAP BOOKSTORE. - -
my 24 51 Market street, Harrisburg, Pa.
PURE DRUGS AND CHEMICALS!
PERFUMERY & FANCY ARTICLE.
CHOICE BRANDS of Segars—Normandi,
Hari Kari, Sobrinaa, Ia Lenealet, La trition, dirt
baldi, Arc. Tore liquore.for!Medieinai Purposes: Un•
fermented Wine, warranted the purejuice of the Catawba
Grapi3--only - needs a film to folly recommend itself.—
Preseriptiona n compotuided with great care, at,
KELLY'S DRUG =ORA ,
angBl-dlm "' No. ditirket fteare.
BERGNER'S CHEAP BOOKSTORE
51 MARKET` STREET,
IS THE CHEAPEST PLACE IN THE CITY
TO GUT .
- SCHOOL IiOCIES
Comprising all the Various • -
READING AND SPEY:Li - NG Bowri t,
all the SCHOOL BOOKS used in the various Public and
Private Schools of the City together with
COPY AND COMPOSITION - BOORS'
LETTER, CAP anc,I.NOT.E PAPER S
BLANK DOCKS, SLATES,
LEAD' AND SLATS PENCILS,
PENS AND HOLDERS, INK
INKSTANDS, RULERS and
the most complete assortment or 'SOMA& BrAIIONERY
constantly on hand [too for sale at TILE JA . M= MATIMIS.
OP ANY PLAWI in the city at '
BERGNMIt'S CELF.AP BCOKSTORM.
bl Market Street:
1101'Ubaral discounts medals teachers and duelers.
Any article not on howl promptly furnished without,
extra dump .
• -.. • ”0",
CURE FOR BILIOUS DISEASES,
GREAT FEMALE MEDICINE I
COAL BY THE
PATENT WEIGH-CARTS 1
340 W NTHE TIME
♦ LAAGE AASORT/IMIT OP
AT TH.Ei NEW CITY STORE!
lIRIGH & COWPERTHWAIT
CORNER FRONT & hABRET STS.
A NNOII.NVE to the oi , izeris of Harris
xj. burg d the public generally, that they have Just
returned from the eastern ethos with a large and Well se
lected stock of and Winter Goods, which they will
sell it the ye rtkiwest prices
DOMESTIC GOODS of every kind. .
Bleached ind Unbleached Muslim,
Bicitobed and Unbleached. Canton Flannels.
BID PLA.b/IGELS OP EVERY oEsoforposr.
A large assortment of Welsh Flannels for Skirting.
An assortmeritilemestlc Gingtima,
Batlnetts and Ca iirimeres,
Blank Cloths at all prices,
Cloths for Ladies' Chesterfields,
Tleaver Cloths for the Arab Cloaks.
A FINE A&SORTMENT OF BLANKETS.
A large assortment of Cassimer es, especially adapted to
BOy!s.Wear. ;An assortment orlierino Drawers and tin.
dershirti. Lavissortment of Carpets from 12% cts a
yard to Sl.oOrtier yard.
'STRIPED AND' PLAID
- 5 A BICH PLAIN AND FIGURED
R/CIMAIN AND FIGURED
ALL WOOL DEL/11NRS,
BLACK SILKS, ALL WOWS.
A large assortment of Brooke and Blanket Shawla, with
a tall atoolkAthe latest novelties. •
An assortment of Plain and Figured Cashmere,.
'`''LINENS OF ALL KINDS.
Particular a:Unto:in paid to Brat slats Hosiery and Em
broider/ea, li n g Soa r &c. .
An amortment e wove trail epring skirt pat
An aaalrinieut of Ehatila i g & andßunt . . wArr,
Cornor of Print and Market Streets, Harrisburg.
• Pormertf occupied by J. L. Bitner. 0ct2671y
BAISAINS FOR IH:E SEASON
Just`received and receiving from Philadelphia and
BAltlitilt`i in Enka of all kind, for cash.
BaRGAINJEI in Salmis, of kinds, for cash.
BARGAINSin Cloaks and Talmas of,all kinds, for cash.
11 - MtOAIRS. In Plaid Drees Gooda, Orgill kinds, for cash.
BARGAINS in every variety of Seasonable Dress
BARGAIN' in plankets, of all - kinds, for mob.
BARIUM" all kinds of Flannels, for cash.
DAMS" Carpettire of Oil Cloths, &c., for cash.
Anift.t. ' IND in all kinds of Drylgoeds usually kept
. fitereial - a choice from a very large, well selected
stOck, - TorliniShi JONES ' :MORE,
vale . Market Street, Harrisburg.
y F GO OD :S , l
THOMAS W. EVANS & CO
HAVE NOW OPEN TEM
FALL ASSORTMENT OF
Rich Silks, Shawls, Cloaks,
• &piious, French and Irish Poplins,
ktousliries, Chintzes, Embroideries,
Handkerchiefs„ Gloves, Hoisery,
MOURNING GOODS OF ALL KINDS.
WITH A PULL EMIT OF ALL THE '
LATEST. NOVELTIES IMPORTED THIS SEASON.
POseitiniing-soiliitor facilities for buying, both in this and
the European markets, T. W. E. & Co.'s stock will be
found : to 'coition's favorably with any other, both tupelos,
' - No's. 818 And $2O, Cheatout, Philadelphia,
oetl7-dlm • , 2 doors below Continental Hotel:—
SHIRT AND. COLLAR HOUSE!
White, Fancy, Check,
- Hickory, Denim and Flannel
UNDER AND OVERSKIRTS,
Overalli,`Diaweri and •
Gentleniens' Furnishink Goods.
. BENNETT & RUCII,-
octl7-41Sm 217 Church Alley.
Agents tor the Beverly India Rubber:Clothing.
.FALL - OF 1860.
SECOND , oPENI.NG
• OF. FALL AND. WINTER
330 1R- C r" 2" rCO CiP 3:OlEi •
V. ..... •
El:kayo just received a large and 'varied
assortment of DRY GOODS, of every deseription,
to which we invhe the attentron of purchasers, .•
" this .
. 11". .. 111 - 4, 0 1‘ .11THOART BROTMERS,
- • No. 14 Market Square
• Next, door'to the Harrisburgatidc. •
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APPLICATION will be made to the Ilex
Legislature for an increase 0r5400,000 to the cap!
tal stock of the Iron City Bank, of Pittsburg, Pa.
.1e27-wtjanl JOHN M AGOFFIN, Cashier.
NOTICE is hereby given, that applies—
non arld be made by the Mechanics , Bank of Pitts
burg, to the Legislature at its next meeting for an increase
of $500,000 to its capital stock, making $1,000,000.
jela•oniwe GEO.. D. M'GREW, emitter.
PPLICATION will be made to the next
Legislature for the incorporation of a neis , Bank
with the right to issue notes ; to be located In the city of
Harrlsbuig, with the name of the State Capital Bank, and
a capital of One Hundred Thoui and Doltirs, with the
privilege to increase the same to Three Hundred .Thousand
Dollaral 3027 yam
- .ALLEGHENY BANK.
NovisE is hereby given that application
'Kill be model° the next Legislature at Harrisburg
tor. an' increuse of $600,000 - to the capital stock of the
Allegheny' Bank, of Pittsburg. By order of the Board.
JcSO-Oni J. W. COOK, Cashier.
Is HEREBY GIVEN that application will
be made to the next Legislature oftbe State of Penn
sylvania, lor an act to incorporate a Savings Bank, to be
called. the Lackawanna Savings Bank, to be located at
Scranton; Lucerne couutyiwith a capital of Twenty
Thousand Dollars, and tbe rlight to increase the same to
One Hundred Thousand dollars, to be a bank of Dawn,.
for Savings and discount. te27-wftm
IVOTICE is hereby given that application
will be made to the Legislature of Pennsylvaniaat
its real session forlhe charter of a Dank, to be located In
liliftlintown, in the county of Juniata; to be called "The
Bank' of Juniata Vail ey, , with a capital of Fifty Thousand
Dollars, with the privilege of inerenslng the same to Two
Hundred Thousand Dollars, with the usual banking pri
vileges. cif issue, discount, deposit, km. • Je2B
.Ixtension of Bank Charter.
NONstrricE IS HEREBY GIVEN that "The
'Farmers' Farmers' and Mechanics' Rank of Easton," . a Bank
or Disdount and Deposit, located in the borough of Beaton,
Northampton county, Pennsylvania, Raving a capital ot
Four:Hundred Thousand Dollars, will apply to the next
Legislatuire ot Pennsylvania for a renewal or ils. charter
for fifteen'tears, from the expiration of its present char
ter, with :its present CiPital stock, powers. and privileges
and without soy alteration in or increase of the same.
P. S. MICHLER, President.
H. E. Fonsnau, Cashier. Je2B ,
hikCJIAN/CbRaRCI, JUILOI9, 1880.
IVOTICE is hernia given that an appli•
_LI 'cation will be made to the Legislature of Pennsyl
vania at its neat meeting, for tho incorporation of a Bank
of 'lssue; with discount and deposit privilege; to be lo
cated in the borough of Mechanicsburg, In the county of
Outribiarland, Alma., and to be called the Mechanics
burg -Bank, with a capital of One Butidred Thousand
Dollar's - stith the right to increase the same to Two Hun
dred Thbusand Dollars.
Jatrißitatiox Joni :Maui;
Lskr !MARKEL: JOHN &nowt,
Janos Mummi, I art F. RBERLY,
WY It. GORGAN, Stamm EBERLY,
JACOB EBERLY, SOLOMON P. °ORGAN.
June 27,—timine , . -
NOTICE is hereby, given lhat the undet
; , 12‘ sighed hate formed an sisOciation, and prepared a
.pertificate for thelpurriose of establishing a Bank of is
-Sae; Discount and 'Deposit, under the provisions of an act
entitled "An Act to,eatablish a system ofFree Banking in.
Pennsylvanin, and to secure tee public against loss from
insolvenVßanks," approved the Slat day of Mu-oh, A. D.
1860; The said Bank to be called "THE BANK OF WEST
, 11111.ApELPRIA," to be located in the city and county
*orPhiladelphla, to consist of a capital ' , lock of One Run
rdrod inteFilly Thousand Dollars, in shares of Fifty Dol
lace 'eliehlwith the privilege of increasing the same to any
amount riot:exceeding le all OnolAillion of Dollars.
Divm B. PAUL, I D WIN RAPSNYDRE,
Josef% L. Ksear, Lamm , It'Cr.osturr,
HENRY BIOALEY, • LL E.
W. Eminent Hoorsi, SAMUEL L: SNEL;LEY,
je2o-Bpw DAVID W. Baamay. .
TA7 HEREAS, the Honorable Jomr J.
Pasitimin, President or the Court of Common Pleas
In the Twelfth Judicial District, consisting of the counties
of Lebanon and Dauphin, and the Hon. A. o.Hiester and
Hon. 'Felix. Hiss ley, Associate Judges in Dauphin county,
having issued their precept, bearing dale the 15th day of
October 1860, 51 me diretted, fur holding a Court of Oyer
and. Terminer and General Jail Delivery and- Quarter
Seisions'tif the Peace, at lIMUSBIIRCI, tar the county. of
Dauphin; and to commence on the ad gonday of November,
being the 19a. day of November, 1880, and to continue two
Nalco is therefore hereby given to the Coroner, Jus
tices of the Peace and Constables of the said county of
Dauphin, that they , be then and there in their proper per
sons, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of said day, with their
records; buquiliions, examinations and their own rement.
brances; to do those things which to their office apper
tains to be done, and those who are bound i n recogni
stances to.prosecute against the prisoners that are or shall
Bain the Jail of Dauphin' county, be then and thCre to
prosecute against them as shall be Jnat. •
Given, under my hand at Harrisburg, the 16th day of
October, in the year. of our Lord 1860, and 'tithe eighty
third year rif the Independence of the United States.
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The Patrimony of St Peter;
The Pope, so the story runs, once showed to
St. Bernard some of the wonderful sights about
Rome, among others, the Pepsi treasury. his
Holiness remarking that the Church could no
longer say "Silver and gold have I none," as
St. Peter.had declared to she triprle. To which
the Saint responded that neither could she say
with respect to the lame, "Rise np and walk I"
The Holy Father's rejoinder has not been pre
Judging from recent events, which have fol
lowed one another with unexpected celerity, a
very short time will suffice to reduce the head
of the Latin Church to the temporal poverty of
its apostolic condition. It is true there is a
very considerable d fference betarten the impul
sive fisherman and the latest of his pretended
successors. When the former found himself
and his brethren in the apostlesbips, burthentd
with the secular Oaks of the congregation, so
that they could nut properly fulfil their special
Autiea, they called for the election of a sererate
class of officers, into whose bands they entrust
ed the receipt and distribution of the funds.—
Pio Nono and his cardinals have quite cliff, rent
ideas on the subject. They insist upon govern
ing a patrimony, which was notoriously ob
tained by forgery, and has ever since been re
tained by the creation of domestic feuds, or the
direct intervention of foreign powers. Ana
when at last their subjects have opportunity to
express their preferences, and to say whether
they will remain as they are or be annexed to
Sardinia, the mild and benignant Pope "stiff
ens up the sinews, summons up the blood, dis
guises fair nature with high favored rage, and
lends the eye a terrible aspect." Europe is
drummed up for recruits; a general is imported
from Africa; money flows in from all quarters
of the globe; curses are manufactured at the
Vatican; while guns, drums, and bombs are put
in order from Ancona to Civite Veochia. The
Pope, in a word, is determined to uphold the
rights of the church.
No doubt can be entertained as to the result
of a popular election in the Papal states, when
ever the opportunity shall be presented. The
Roman people will show that there is still some
of the old spirit left, and will repudiate the
clerical rule under which they have been
ground to a oondition of servitude and misery.
The Perugien mas.acre will bear an abundant
harvest in little more than twelve months.—
The example of the Amnion provinces will be
followed by Umbria and the Marches. Indeed,
advices lately received from the cities and
towns occupied by the French troops, show
that petitions have been signed, entreating
,Victor Emmanuel to use his iufiuence with
Napoleon, in order that those places may be
annexed to Piedmont. Thus up to the gates
of the Eternal City, if not within its walls, the
movement for secu'a icing the government is
daily acquiring new, strength.
We may be mistaken, out cannot help sur
mising thet the astute Frenchman is actively
at work, even in getting np these petitions.—
Let the expression of public opinion but be
come sufficiently strong, and some india-rubber
rule, like• non intervention, will be applied.—
The Pope will be advised to relinquish the sov
ereignty of a people whose hearts 'are forever
alienated from hint and his government,—
Even the city of Rome itself may thus be al
lowed to glide out of his, fingers; though it is
believed that Napoleon would . prefer it to con
tinue as the residence of the Holy Father, the
various Roman Catholic governments and peo
ples of Europe contributing to his support.—
But this islr.thably one of those preferences that
will give way, if necessary, to the inexorable
logicof events. _ _
It is also very likely that one of the ques
tions which came up before the Congress of
Warsaw, related to the Pope's future residence.
Surrounded by a strong state, whose rulers he
has ex-communicated, it is all but certain that
Pius the Ninth will shortly quit Borne, unless
sufficient guarantees are afforded him by the
various Boman Catholic -governments. But
whither is he to go P Each of the great powers
would be gladlo get him within its territories
as a permanent boarder; but all the others
would feel as jealous as th disappointed suitors
'of Helen: France would be fully as objection
able as the new kingdom of Italy. Spain and
Portugal are too much out of the way for the
Pope to' make himself sufficiently felt in the
politics of Europe. Switzerland is half Protest
ant., and altogether republican. Austria would
be the place; but its 'affairs are in such a con
dition that the political structure may tumble
down to-morrow. In fact, the disposal of this
two hundred and altieth successor of St. Peter,
has become a question of exceeding difficulty
as well as importance, and must have exercised
the wits of the crowned heads at Warsaw.
One cannot' help specutating upon the effect
of the loss of his temporal authority, irpoh the
Pope's spiritual power. There are malty who
believe; or pretend to believe, that while the
Roman Catholic church may be deprived of her
"silver and gold," her representatives may
morally recover that status in which she could
command the lame to " rise and walk." The
loss of temporal authority, it is thought, will
be fully compensated by an increase of the
spiritual. We hesitate to adopt this idea. It
is morally certain that the latter would long
since have disappeared but for the support it
derived from the former. The refusal of all
laws prohibiting the circulation of the Scrip
tures, and the free exercise of Protestant, wor
ship, are not very likely to render the inhabi
tants of Rome, Naples and the rest of Italy
more devoted to the Papacy than they have
been Itis more reasonable to suppose, that
the memory of past restrictions upon intelli
gence, the suppression of private judgment,
and the abuses generally practiced by ecclesias
tics, will have the effect of - creating such a re
action in Italy as will demolish the whole fabric
of priestly authority, so laboriously constructed
in that peninsula.
If the Pope were to descend from his throne
with the devotion of the martyr, or the. mag
nanimity of the hero, he might retain the re
spect if not the veneration Of the faithful in
other countries; but evincing such obstincy
mingled with weakness, and such reactionism
contrasted with his former liberalism, he will
vacate his chair amidst the execrations of his
own subjects and the disrespect of Catholics
everywhere. His fall will provoke contempt
instead.of admiration. It will be a_thoole for
the caricaturists of Punch, rather than the
pencil of a Raphael or a Correggio. It will
be an apt orquel to the heroisin displayed by
"the I op..'s Own" Irish troops, who are said
to a nom to have fallerf--on their knees, or in
a less devotional Attitude, when the battalions
of Cialditti charged them. • Three of their lives
are leported• as having been lust, but whether
from starvation, •the etkoate, a scrimmage
among therriselves, or the Saidinian sword; is
riot state'', .;
On'tlimettole the prospects are sufficiently
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