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R . JOHNSON,
Li es discovered the most certain, speedy
AIL end effectual remedy in the world for
DISEASES OF INPRUDENCI.
RUMP IN SIX TO TIFYLVE SOUS&
No Mercury or Nozurus Drugs.
igip- A CUL WARILANTID, OR NO CI:MAGI, IN FIN ME ONI TO
Two DAYS "at
Weakness of the Back or Limbs, Strictures, Pains in
the Loins, Affections of the Kidneys and Bladder, Organic
Weakness, Nervous Debility, Decay of the Physisal Pow.
ore, Dyspepsia Languor, Low Spirits, Confusion of Ideas
palpitation of the Heart, Timidity, Trembling, Dimness of
light or Giddiness, Disease of the Stomach, Affections of
the Head, Throat, Nose or Skiu—those terrible disorders
arising from the indiscretion or Solitary Habits of Youth—
those dreadful anddestructlve 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 sweeps to an untimely grace thousands of young
men of the most exalted talent and brilliant intellect, win
mightotherwise have entranced listening Senates with the
Val:Lidera of eloquence, or waked to eostaoy the living lyte,
may call with full coulldence.
Marriod persons, or thososontomplating =armee, bein,s
aware of physical weakness, should immediately consult
Dr. .7., and be restored to perfect health.
Immediately Oared andfuil Vigor Restored"
He who places himself under the care of Dr..). may
religiously confide in his honor as a gentleman, and ,oug
dently rely upon his skill as a physician.
.46r- Office No. 7 South Frederick street,Baltimore, e.,
on the left band side going from Baltimore street, 7 d rs
from the corner. Be particular in observing the no e
and number, or you will mistake the place. Be particular.
for ignorant, Trilling Quacks. with false names, or Pahl-,
flumbug Certificates, attracted by the reputation of lir
Johnston, lurk near.
All letters must contain a Postage stamp, to rust on the
DR. Jonsirrez4 member of the Royal Cottage of Surredn
London, graduate from one of the mosteminent Collegesol
the L. States, and the greater part of whose life has born
spent in the klespitals of London, Parts, Philadelphia ana
elsewhere, has e dented some of the moat astonishing cures
that were ever known. linty troubled with ringing in the
ears and head when asleep, great nervousness being
alarmed at sudden sounds, bashfulness, with frequent
blushing, attended sometimes with derangement of Wind
were cured mourdis toy
TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE
Dr. J. addresses all those wno having induredthom
seivcadtk.areate-zzat - lsn-proper - ftidOgnadch [Gut ifecre
and solitary habit which ruins both body acid mind, rn
Gulag them for either business or society.
These are some of the sad and melancholy effects pro.
duced by early habits of youth, viz : Weakness of the
Back and Limbs, Pains in the Head, Dimness of Sight,
Leon of Muscular Power, Palpitation of the Heart, Dyspop
ida, Nerveue Irritability, Derangement of the Digestive
Functions General Debility, Symptoms of Consump
Ateniatty, the tearful effects on the mind are utile& to be
dedaded ;---Loss of Moinory;Corituiflon of ideas, Depres
sion of Spirits, Evil Forebodings, Aversion to Society, Self
d strut, Love of Solitude, Timidity, &c., are some ;Witt e
evil effects. . ..
rn ousands of persons of all ages, can now judge what.it
the cause of their dectining...health.theinnisorrt,,tp
uuming, week, palo,.norvons and emaciated, have a Blurt..
ler appearance about the eyes, cough, and symptoms of
YOUNG MEN •
who nave injured themselves by a certoln practice, In
d ed. In when alone- - a habit frequently learned from
companions, or `at school, the effects of which are
n btly folt, even when asleep, and if not cured, renders
marriage impossible and destroys both mind and body
h el - raid apply immediately.
What a pity that a'young man, the hope of his country,
the darling of his parents, should be snatched from all
prospects and enjoyments of Life by the consequences cl
deviating trom 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 most nece
miry requisites to promote connubial happinese. Indeed
without these, the journey through life becomes a weary
pilgrimage; the prospect hourly darkens to the view;
the mind becOrnos shadowed with despair, and tilled with
the melancholy reflection that the happiness or another
becomes blighted with our own.
DR. JORNSTON'S INVIGORATING REMEDY FOR
My this groat anti Important remedy, Weaknesitof 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 arrlage, Physical or Mental Disquallit
(lotion Nervinfs i retaining,. Weakness or Exhaustion of
the most fearful kind, speedily cured.
The many Wetlands &reit at this InsiitutionVithinlhe
last twelve years, and 'the - numerous ImPottant - Surgica
Operations perform& by Dr. J., witnessed by the re
porters of thapapers, and many other persons, notices of
whieh have appeared again and again before the public;
besides kis standing as a gentlcrmars of character and re
sponsibility, is a sufficient guarantee to the afflicted
DISEASE OF IMPRUDENCE.--When the misguided and
Imprudent votary of pleasure fads he has imbibed the
Reeds of this painful dieeese, it too often happens that an
ik-timed sense of shame or dread of discovery, deters him
from applying to those who, froM education and re
spectability can alone befriend oiro, delaying till the
conottutional symptoms of this horrid disease make their
appearance, affecting the head, throat, nose, skin, &c.,
progressing on with frightfulrapidity, till death puts a
period r • his dreadful sufferings by seadinghini to "that
bourne from wheqe no traveller returns." - it is - a molest.
choly feet that thousands fall victims to this terrible dis
ease, owing to the unakilftiMest of ignorant pretenders,
who; by the use of that deadlypoison, mercury ruin the
oeustitution and snake the residue of life miserable
lb Strangers —The Doctor's Diplomas hang In his office.
Aar Letters must contain a Stamp to ma on the reply.
Nig- Remedies sent by Mail.
AN.- No. 7 South Frederick street, 'Baltimore- • .
HARVEY FIT , TRY,
' N 0.1222 Market OtTCOL, PIIILADELPIIIA,
Manufacturer of fine
NICKEL SILVER, and SILVER PLATER of.
FORKS, SPOONS, LADLES, BUTTER KNIVES, '
CASTORS, TEA SETS, URNS, K,ETTLES,
WAITERS BUTTER DISHES ICE PITCHERS,
CARE BASKETS, COMMIINRIN WARE,
CUPS, MUGS, GOBLETS, &0.,
With a general assortment, comprising none butthe. bee
polity, made of the ben materials and headily *tied, Cod;
itlinting them a
Serideeable and durable article
FOR HOWLS, SrEAMBOATB :11,1? .PAPaTIi RAbiIIIIIB.
Sir Old Wart; re-plated in the best wanner,
DR. C. WEICIIEL,
BURGEON AND °OCULIST,
RESIDENCE THIRD NEAR NORTH STREET
C:1 496 UV IS ,
FOR BALE BY
JAMES Dt. WHEEIX►t•
I ENTISTR "Y
-PRE undersigned. DOCTOR OF DENTAL
A SURGICRY, bee returned and reeumed hie practice
11 state street opposite the "Bracsy Howe," wherein
will be pleased tp attend to all who may desire hie ear
vice% j a p z 7l s B. M. GILD,, D. D. S.
GEO. J. BOLTON, PROPRIETOR.
- - .
The ab rye well known and long. established lictel ig
now undergoing a thorotigh renovation r and being in a
great degree newly furnished, under the proprietorship
of Mr. GEORGIC S. Damon, who has-teen an inmate of the
boom for the last three years,'Ault hf Welt More
Thankftth for tire tit;e alpatromige' which it has, en—
payed , I cheerfully commend Mr. Bolton to the nubile
01. LIVS dawtfl WILIALtad SUMER.
_.7,I\LX : 77A--•
Extract Buchu, Extract Buchu,
Extract Buchu, Extract Thichu,
Extract Buchu, Extract Buchu,
Extract Buchu, Extract Buchu,
Extract Buchn, Extract Buchu,
Extract Buchu, Extract Buchu,
Extract Buchn, Extract Buchu,
FOR SECRET 8r DELICATE DISORDERS
FOR SECRET 81. DELICATE- DISORDERS.
FOR SECRET 8f DELICATE DISORDERS.
FOR SECRET Ar DELICATE DISORDERS.
FOR SECRET of DELICATE .DISORDERS.
FOR SECRET DELICATE DISORDERS.
FOR SECRET 4 DELICATE 'DISORDERS.
A Positive and Specific Remedy
A Positive and Specific Remedy
A Positive and Specific Remedy
A Positive and Specific Remedy
A Positive and Specific Remedy
A Positive and Specific Remedy
A Positive and. Specific Remedy
FOE DieEM3EB OR, THE
BLADDER, GRAVEL, "KIDNEY; DROPSY,
BLADDER, GRAVEL, EIGN.EYS, DROPSY
BLADDER, GRAVEL, KIDNEYS, DROPSY,
BLADDER, GRAVEL, %IDA EYS, DROPSY,
BLADDER, GRAVEL, KIDNEYS, DROp.sy,
BLADDEre, GRArEL, DROPSY, BLADDER, GRAVEL, KIDNEYS, DROPSY,
And col Disexseg of .cexual Organs
And all Diseases of Sexual. Organs:. .
And all_Diseases of Sexual Organs, -
And all Diseases of Sexual Organs,.
Ana all Diseases orSexuat Organs, .
And all Diseases of:Saniol GT, I 4/18;
Excesses, - Exposures, and Imprndencies in Life,
Excesses, Exposures, and Imprudencies in Life,
Excesses, Exposures, and Imprudencies in Life,
Excesses, Exposures, and Imprudencies in Life,
Excesses, Exposures, and .To2prudencies in Life,
Excuses, Expeture's,.tindimpiiiirencies in Life,
From whatever cause originatiog, and whether ex
MALE OR _FEMALE
Females, take no more Pills I They are of no avail for
Complaints incident to the sex. Use
Belniboltl'i,Bstract Buchu is a liedicine which is per
fectly pleasant in /IS
Taste and Odor,
But immediate in its action, giving Health and Vigor to
the Frame, Bloom to.the Pallid Cheek, and restoring the
patient to a rerfect state of
HEALTH ANP -PPRITY
- rkW - rolallta r e — EXtnroc - - zruvia.-7.-- r , e d noo..rdirsg to
Pharmacy and Chemistry, audits pre °abed and used by
1 he Host Lminent Physicians.
Delay no longer. :Promo the remedy at once
Price St per tiottle, or six for.ss.
Depot 10111otith Tenthatrest;Philadelphla.
Beware .of 117nprincipled lfleders
Trying to palm off their own or other axliolee BUOHII
on the t et:ad:Won attained by
The Original and.only Gennin'e.
We dealre to run on the
Merit oP our Arttote!
Their's is worthless —ls sold at meatless rates and
cemmissions, conseqnently paying a much better profit.
We Defy Ceit:ipettUon
Helmbold's Extraot nu" ehu.
Take no other.
Sold by D. W. Gross 3; Co. and all druggists every
'PROF. ADOLPH. P., TEUPSER,
ur Olin) respectfully'' inform his . old
iT v patrons and the public generally, that, lie 'alb
continue to give Instructions . Coelho PIANO FORTE, ME
LODEON, VIOLIN and also in the science of THOROUGH
MSS. he will w`th pleasure wait upon pupils at their
hOmes at any hour desired, or ilemens will be given at -
Ma residence, in Third street, a few doors below the
German Hennaed Church. decls-dif
AUGIUSTI.NE L. CIiAVIVE.
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Residence No. 27 Borth Second Street.
N. B—JOBBING ArIENDED TO.
ALL kinds of Iron Castings made to or.
der, of the very best stock, and all Gastingspickleci
to remove the sand and' scale. We haVe the best and
most extensive assortment of Pulley patterns this side of
Phiiadeiphia. Appt'vht the EAGLE WORKS,.
Penna. R. Road, above State street.
flarriabor. Anvil id . IWO --11. v
-NV IV; HAYS,
iIt i rTOBNET-A l l l - . -LAW.
- Office Walnut St., between Second and
Third, Harrisburg, Pa.
• -IA m T
eft. JLe J . V
i I LES
0 FlihßS Ins services. to.the citizens of
llarrisbirlandrits vicinity. Re solicits a share of
the public patronage, and.givea assurance that his beet
endeavors shall-be given _to reader satisfaction in his pro
fession. Being an old, well tried dentist, Ito feels safe in
inviting the public generally to cull on him, assuring
them that they will hot be dissatisfied with his services
°Moe No. 128 Market street; in the house formerly oc
ciapied by Jacob R. Eby, near the United Buttes Rotel,
Hlirrisburg Pa. myB-dly
HENRY - P t.
OFFICE--TELIRD STREET, (ETTRI,IIS ROW,)
Residence, Chestnut Stria near Fourth.
CITY OF HABRISBErfcG, PENN P A.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
FFERS his professional services to all
persons having business to be transacted in the,
several Courts of Dauphin county, the Laud Department
.of this state, or before the Hoard of Protterty. Having
been associated in-the practice of the Law, with his lath
.er, JOHN d ..IIEHER, he promises diligent and careful
.at , ention to all professional business entrusted to tom
Office corner of second and Locust streets, (opposite to
the Pe sellssnia -Ho ) liarrisburg. ap2O-
STATE CAPITAL BANK,
CAMERON, COLDER, EBY & CO.
CORNER. SECOXO 4WD WALltie2 528.,
HAR RIB BURG, PENN.
A FRESH STOCK •
Of Vanilla Beans, Deckers' Farina, Perfumery and
Fancy Soaps, at - IDLES , DRUG STuRR, •
myB Market street, below Fiftb, flarrisbum - Ta '
ORANGES AND LEMONS.
VORTY 'BO 'in ririrtuoicirdo just re
1 Calved and for sale by
1,,W.R. DOCK JR. & CO.
"INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS-NEUTRAL IN NONE."
HARRISBURG, YA.. MONDAY . AFTERNOON, NOVEMBER 12, 1860
Mountain Herb Pills.
THE inventor and manufacturer of "Jud
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 amon
the Rocky Mountains and of Mexico, and it was thus that
the "Moo:max Its Plus" were discovered. A very
interesting account of his adventures there, you, will nod
In our Almanac and Pamphlet.
It is an established fact, that all diseases Arise from
The blood is the lifel and when any foreign or un
healthy matter gets mixed with it, it is once distrbuted to
every organ of the body. Every nerve feels the poison,
and all tbo 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 IteartiiS
weakened, and so the circulation is feeble. The lungs be
come clogged with the poisonous matter ; hence a coug h —and all from a slight impurity of. the fountainffiead of
liie—the Blood 1 As if you had thrown some .eartli, 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. As quickly does impure
blood fly to every part; and leave its sting behind. All
the passages become obstructed, and unless the obstruc
is removed, the limp 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, &c.
Medicine expels from the bleed the hidden seeds,of
ease, and fetich:re All the -Sinai and ;secretions pure. and
fldent,tilearitig . and resescitalidi tbe'vital organ.l. -
Pleasant indeed, is it to us, that we are able to-place
within your reach, a medicine Jae the "Montruix
.PlUs," that will pass directly to the afflicted parts, u.ronglt
the bleed and fluids of the body, and cause the snfferer
to brighten with the nosh of beauty and health. "
Judson's Pills , ate the Best Remedy in exist
ence for the followirig Complkiiitsr
Bowel. Complaints, Debility, Inward Weakness,
Coughs, ..., , Fever and Ague, Liver Complaints
Colds, Female ComplalMs,Lownfts otBpprlts,
Chest Diseases, • Headaches, Flies, '
Costiveness, Indigestion, Stone and Chivied
Dyspepsia, • Latium:an, . Sceundary - Syrrtit-
Diarrhma, , inflammation, toms.
* *. .
* * S
Females who value health, Should. never be withont
these:PlUS. They purify the blood, 'remove obstructions
of all kinds, cleanse the skin of all pimples and blotelfwai;
end bring the rich color of health to the pills cheek. - ,
iyay= • Tine 'fferhiTlir PiltsTife -
made, were discovered in a very surprising way - among'
the Tezuoans, 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 "Gm=
MEntaxs" of the Aztecs.
,Observe.—The euta in Herb Pills are put up in 'a
Beautiful Wrapper. Each box contains 40 pills, and Re
tail it 25 Gents per box. all genuine, have the signature
of B. L. JUDSON & CO., on each box.
No. 60 Leonard Street,
.tKa•- Agents wasted alwayETLAtie
ONLY YARD IN TOWN THAT DELIVERS
NOW Is.THE TIME
U . OR every family to get in .theirsupp y;
_E o f Coal tor the winter—weighed at their door by,
the Patent Weigh-Carts. 2116 accuracy of these Carta no
one dispuus, and they Lever getout of order, atilt fre
quently the case Nith the platform scales. Besides-the
cotsumer 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. St CO.'S LYKi S VALLEY COIL, all alias
LYKENS VALLEY '
BITUMINOUS BROAD TOP
All Coal uttbe first quality rattled and dellirered free
from all impurities at the lowest rates, by 'the 'beat or
oar load, singlo, half or third of tons, and by the brittle].
JAMES M. WiIEELL•It.
Harriatiurk, Sept. 24, 1860. • sep2s
TB E' 13N D.F 4 ll$lO-N ED 'having 'eased
this ,well known and popular hotel, in the city
Darrlsburg, is now refittii g and furnishing the saxes
with IV.EW. FURNITURE in the very best modern'style.
/t is located in the most central part of the city, within
a short distance' of the depots of Astir, Mere* railroad
and alSo near thnState Ca pi tol.beildings.
i llietainie is large, and the sleeking apartmenti are
R ell 'ventilated.
The TABLE is well,provided with all: seasonableArli
cies' , This city is well ,known.throughout_the State as
having-the - best market ectathiorthe Atlantic eithri,
consequently no comPlaiuteetiall be niadnen'thnt score,
.The BAR has also untlergode changes and will be kipt
stocked with t h e best ausl,puredt Zietiorn in the coinitry
Jlo exertion Will be.'npared to make the traveler.and.
sojourner comfortabbriu every reaped. A doirtinuaice
of patronage or the old customers; together-With new
additions is respectfully spilated.
Harrisburg Augus t 2S-lf
NOTICE - TO _SPECULATORS.
NUMIIER 14F 'JAIME 'S.I2gD,..BIifIL-D
-i' 4 4 GADTSAdjeintng thbißonad House' and Work
bnopa of The Penna. hailroad .Company, w be sold
10 - Wan4-oniansonablelernas: LAppli to
-sinESO ena JulIN W. HALL.
" 1 1 - C4irgSN4N
die picilgoilic4; Airafts,.o3i4ers, Dice.a"na Dice Boer,'
The largiai' assort...l6ra, in -- tbe:city,' for sale, at' an iiO4%
• 'BERGNAWS °REA.'" I:3OI3KSTORIA. '
• my 24. 61 Market etreet, liarrieburg,Tal
PURE DRUGS; AND 'CHEMICALS:
• A LARGE ASSORTMENT OP '
PERFUMERY & FANCY ARTICLES.
CHOICE BRANDS of Sogars=Noriropdi,
Mari Bart, Sobrinas; La , .Lencillet, La Onion, Gant-
Atc. Pure liquors for Medicinal Purooses. Un•
fermented, Wine, warranted the purejuice of the Catawba
Grapp—only needs atrial to fully lotninmend'
Prescriptions conipounded with great care, at '
. IMES'S DRUG. STORM, •'
BERGNER'S CHEAP BOOKSTORE,
51 MARKET STREET,
IS THE CHEAP.F.S2 PLACE IN THE CITY
- SCHOOL STAtIONKRY
comprtitak all the various • .
RE Airivtt::4lvn . spEr.,LlNG BOWL'S,
--ARITHMETIC'S ALGEBRAS, . .
. . GRAMMARS, ETYMOLOGIES,'
pri.u.asoplirks, cilia •
all uie YOHOOL BOOKS died in the various Public and
Pri,iate Seheols of ft:10 . 00 together with'
COPY AND COMPOSIIION BOOKS,' • • •
LE2TBE, CAP and NOTEPAPER..
BLANK BOVES, SI4TES7,_ _
• • - PENS AND'IIOLDEBS.-INK -
INIESTANDS, RULERS and
the most complain assortment , of tiCERa/L STATIONERY
constantly on hand and for,sttle at THE LOWEST phxußY
of sax macs in the ' ''' •
• • BERGNER'fi CHEAP- BOOKSTORE: -
_ : ‘ , .:".sl.4lsirket:Sticist. ,••
ts,adetto teAckm *PI 4eategdi•;'
' Any article not on hand "promptly furnished withoat
extra charge. ag:and ste24
CURE FOR. BILIOUS DISEASE%
GREAT FEMALE MEDICINE I
B. L. JUDSON & CO.;
COAL ! COAL! I
COAL BY TIIE
BENFORD & CO
AT THE NEW CITY STORE !
URICH & CO WPERTH WAIT
CORNER FRONT & MARKET STS.
IiNOUNCE to the eilzens.of Harrie
A.berg at d the publi: generally,•that they have just
returned from the eastern cities with a large and well ee.
leGtedlsrock of Fall and Winter Goods, which they will
sell - xt the ye ry lowest prices.
DOMESTIC GOODS of every kind.
Bleached -; ad Llublnached Mnslins,
Bleached and Unbleached C,anton Flannels.
:RED FLANNELS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
A large-assortment of Welsh Flannels for Skirting.
Avassoriment Domestic Gitip.kfms,,
Satinetts and Ca simpres,
• . . Black Clo , hs at all prices,
t' Clothe for Ladies' Chesterfields, -
• Beaver Cloths tor the Arab Cloaks.
A FINE ASSORTMENT OE BLANKETS.
A large assortment of Carsimerrs, especially , adapted to
Boy'e wear.' An assortment of Merino Drawers and lin
derslMrts. An assortment of Carpets trom 123 ma a
yard to $l.OO per yard.
ALSO L, TEST.A STYLES
SATIN DECHENES, ' • •
- PLAID VALENCIAS, . •
•; . VELVET POPLINS,
- ' STRIPED AND PLAID !
. .RICH PLAIN AND FIGURED
NIKRiNOS, . ' - • .
• ' RICH PLAIN AND FIGURED
- - ALL WOOL' DELAINES, . •
BLACK SILKS, ALL WIDTHS.
'A . large assortment of Brach° and Blanket Shawls; with
a lull stock:of the latest novelties.
An assortment of Plain and Figured Cashmeres.
' , LINENS .OF ALL KINDS. ::
Particular attention pitid to-firaVelats Hosiery and Em
broideries Ail, arc. &o.
Ati,its.o , tment ot blugoni c wove trail spring skirt pat.
An assortment or lbrouding and Flannel:.
OREM & COWPERTHWAIT,
Corner of Front and Market Streets, Harrisburg.
Formerly occupied by J L. ilitner. oct2ti-ly
BARGAINS FOR THE SEASON,
Just received and receiving from Philadelphia and New York,
BARGAIN'S In Filks of all kind, for cash. "
BARGAINS in'Snewls; of all kinds, for cash.
BARGAINS in Cloaks and Talmas of all kinds, for cash.
BARGAINS in Plaid Dress Goods, of all kinds, for cash.
BARGAINS in every variety of Seasonable Dress
Goods, for cash. " . .
BARGAlNti , Mßlankets, of all kinds, for cask.
BARGAINS in all kinds of Flannels, for cash.
BARGAINS in. Carpets.* of 011 - Oths, ilic.-Otir cash;
"Aed BA RGAiNS IQ all kinds of-Dry Goeus usually kept
- a'r'e selected
Market Street, Harrisburg
THOMAS. W. EVANS. & CO.
:HA.VE - 140 W OPEN' TABOR
A Lit 4 , 880.11,THE . NT OF ,
Rich Silks, 'Shawls, Cloaks
Bournous, French and Irish Poplins,
Mouslines, Chintzes, Embroideries,
MOURNING GOODS OF ALL. KILOS.
WITH A PULL STOLE; OF ALL THE
LATEST - NOVELTIES IMPORTED THIS SEASON.
Possessnig superior facilities for buying, both in this and
the 'European markets, T. W. E. & Co.'s, stock will be
found to•cothpare favorablY with any other; both 'apnea
Nos. 816 and 820, OtettUut, Philadelphia,
wait-Ulm .2 doors below Continental Hotel...
SHIRT AND COLLAR, HOUSE
• r SHIRT BO,SOMS .
White, Fancy, Check,
:Hickory,.Deniin Rad Flannel
UNDER AND OVERSHIRTS, _
. Overalls, Drawers aed
Gentiemens! Tarnishing. Goods
• „BENNETT &RUCH,
octl7-43m. • ' 217 Church Alley.
Agents fOr the Beverly India Eubber.Clothing
FALL: ; : OF 1860.
OFF FALL , AND WINTER
31:0 1:31:"Ir Gt. , 4:3)1:1 1
E W h ave just ri3peived a I arg p and'varied
assoOttneofor-tiRY 00018, of every closetfillOoj
to tablet' :me otvOre ItiOhtuention . cif purcbaeoroir •
opeta this wornialti at '" 13'
CATHCART & BOTHERS,
.N 0.14 Mitilt4VEquitr:o,
-• • Next Root' totho'Hitirisiiitreßiniti''
1, 1, ,5ci ' ; • '; • !-71.4t
HANCYISER , EXCITEMENT
In making Belnatlons among the largq i ftrid handsome.
LONG Rom - Samna'
NEW STYLI EQya . Rp 11i4YEAT SiLkWLS,
LOU • ix)" DO
FeridePLArlD DO • •
KINDS OP 24.L.90'
' Tietainee, Merinos,• ' • - • -
; Plam Merinos, plaids, yolcair, Reps,
: Saki, Traveling 600ds, Chintzes,
HandsomeFig'd.Ushmeres; Solferina, Sh•ide of Mexico,
Enieline Clothe,. • Mohair/4 •
Superb Figured.; Merinos, . .
Famise Cloths, Lustros,
Ma do,nneui ,
new, de good, we can 'supply at
the leweet rates'. CATHCART & BROTHER,
- Next door to Harrisburg Rank.
The cheapesi and hest in the city ca,tihe had at
CATHCART Ix BROTHE RS.'
Flappel§, Chit* . , 14111ings,
Ca!roos t Eatinett,s, . I Couritexpaine,q,
Hickory, Checks, dinton Flsnnela
GIFA 1311 A At- • -
011 1 • No. 14 MARKET SQUARE.
THOROUGHLY• complete stock of all
s,izes„styles, for.salelat •
• • • /440NPV§.04:1•4P...iaWKS;r0A.A.
4 1 YR 48§04,T1g4T 31f4gt APTD
OLOTICBILISHBS;la sole Acloir pOceli:AV: ":
BERGNER'S CEIRLI 0 130011 STORE,"
set ' 61liari.et Street.
A PPLICATION wilt be made to the next
r3,_ legislature for an increase of 8400,000 to the capi
tal stock of the Iron City Bank, of Pittsburg, Pa.
je27-wlanl JOHN ittAGOFFIN, Cashier.
NOTICE is hereby given, that applica
tion_Ll bo made by the Mechanics' Bank of puts
burg, to the Legislature at Its heat meeting for an Moreau
of $500;000 to its capltaL stack; making El 000,000.
J4. 3 • 6 alw * GEO. D. Id'GREW, Cashier.
A PPLICATION will be made to the next
Legis:atitro for the incorporation of a new Bank
with lice right to issue antes ; to be located in the city of
Harrisburg with the name o the State Capital Bank. and
a capital of Una Hundred Thotrand Doll irs, with the
'Privilege to increase the same to Three Hundred TI OUPILId
Dollars. _ • je27 w6m
2ioTtuE is hereby given that :application
will be made to the next Legislature at Harrisburg
tor. au Mere , se of 8500,000 to the capita; etock of the
AlliTheny Bank, of Pittsburg. By order of the Board.
•jeli.o,6m J. W. COOK, Cashier.
S lIEREBY GI VEN that application will
made to the neat Legislature 'Atha State of Penn.
aylvania, for an act to incorporate a &minis Bank, to be
called the Lackawanna Savings Bank, to be located at
Scranton, Luzern(' ctimiuty, - with a capital of Twenty
Thousand Dollars, and the right to increase the same to
One Hundred Thousand donors, to be a bank of Deposit,
for Savings and.gliscount. 1e27-w6m
• • • NOTICE.
NoTicE is hereby given that application
Will be made to the. Legislature of Pennsylvaniaat
its - Lest cession for the ehart r ofa Bank,to be located in
iu the county of Juniata, to be called "The
Bank of Juniata Vail ay,' with a capital of Flay Thousand
Dollars, with the priv lege of increasing the same to Two
Hundred Tholisand Debars, with the usual banking pri
vileges of is , no, discount, deposit, dm. jts2ll. 6m
Extension of Bank Cheater.
Nora'lcE IS HEREBY GIVEN that "The
Farmers' and Mechanics' Bank of Easton," aßank
ut Discount and Deposit, located in the borough of Easton,
Northampton county, Penneyleauld, having a capital or
Four Hundred Thousand Dollars, will apply to the next
Legislature of Pennsylvant for a renewal of its charter
for fifteen years, from the expiration of its presentchar
ter, with its present capital stock, powers and privileges
and without any alteration in or increase of the same,
P. MICIILER, President.
M. E. Foumpu, Cashier. )028 7;
AIA , CAN/BFLE43, JEER iciM;
NOTICE ia - tereby given that an appli
.l.l cation will. be made to the Legislature of Pennsyl:
vania at its neat meeting, for the incorporation of a Bank
of , ]sine,,with discount. sad .deposit privileges, to be lo
cated in he borough of Mechanicsburg, in the county of
Cumberland, Penna., and to be called the Mechanics
burg. Bank, with a capital of. One Ilubdred Thousand
Dollars with the right to increase the same to Two Bun
dred Thousand Dollars.
T.EVIE MAREEL, •
- JACOB MUMMA, •
IVOTICE ir:r_hereby given that the undet
ill signed hive formed an association, and prepared a
certificate for the Bur Pose of establishing a Bank of Is
Sue, Discount and Deposit, under the provisions of au act:
entitled "An Act to establish a ay stem of Free Banking In
Pennsylvania, and to stymie the public against loss from
insolvent Banks," apprOved thealst•day of irch, - A. D,
1860. The said Bank to be called "MID BANK OF WEST'
PEDLADBLPH/A," to be iticated in the city and county
Of Philadelphia, to consist of a capital stock of One Hun
dred and-Fifty Thousand Dollars, to shares of Fifty Dol
lars each with the privilege of increasing , the same to any
auiountitoceaceeuing in all One Million of Dollars,
DAVID B. PAUL, ~ D vtv RAFE:VIDE; .
Jimasru L. KEEN, Jeliza It'CLosasy,
FI&NRY BIOALBY, D. S. HARWLSA,:
W. GRAMM Tlotams, Soriyar. L. 'SMEDLEY,
je2o-6niw DAVID W. BRADLEY.
TNT HERE.C% the' 'llotiorablo JOHN J.
V. Fresident of the Court of Common Pleas
In the Twelfth Judicial 1 LtrLA, consisting of the counties
of Lebanon and Dauphin, and the Hon. A. o.lliester and
Hon. Fells Nissley, Associate Judges in Dauphin county,
having issued their precept r bearlug date thelfith day of
October 1860, to me directed, for holding a Court of . Oyer .
add :Vrminer and General Jail Delivery and Quarter
Sessiqns of the Peaeo, at, ILARloSßtrita, tor the county of
Dailphib, and to commence on the 3d Moiday of November,
being the 192 h day of November, 1860, and to continue two
Not ice is therefore hereby given to the Coroner, Jus
tices of the Peace and Constables of the said county of
Daimhin, that they be then and there in their proper per
sons, at 10 o'cicck. in the forenoon of said day, with their
records, iniMisillons, examinations and their own remem.
prances, to do those titiLW Which to their office apper
tains to be.done, and those:who are 'h'ohndi in recogui-
Mimes to prosecute against the prisoners that are or shall
pie the•jail: of Dauphin :'county, he then and there to
prosecute against them as shall be juat: • - r • .
•Cifven under my hand at Hairiaburg, the 16th day of
bctober, in the year of our Lord 1860, and in the eighty'
third year of the Independence of the United States. '
0;7/0% J. 11..EYSTat,
Itaiiisburg, October 15,1880.. f Sheriff:
q9 O - 5 :"..irt4 .1
UEINd CO.PlES:frota the best engravings
scriptural and' a great va
"Tne 746 - &act tit miniature; with all umbeadt, and
Meets of the larger and more gensivS engraVtligspzind .. .
I.t a much less cast, and being nelitlk - and substantially
framed, nothing more_bgantlfulasLliandsomer could be
conceived tor ornaments as pic , ures.
and tone °Muse copies hairs recently beau
greatly impraved, and are now, placed before the public
with a co/adobes that their merit and beauty will insure
a heutyreception ff:r them. For tale at
„ 7 ..BERGNERci CHEAP BOOKSTORE,:
ects 61 Market Street,. Li arr4burg.
rirgireelLtuidfsee them—no charge for exhibiting cords
iEUFLOYM ENT%-$5O A MONTH AND
ALL EXPENSES PAt`l —an agent Es wanted in
every town and county in the United States, to engage in
respectablo and easy . business by which the above
prefibitiy certainly be realized. particulars
addresslilr..lir.NßY WAttNEtt, 64:liest Twellth street,
corner of Broadway; New York; City,.inclosing nnef.pos
tags:stamp. . . . octlB,3tnd Aw
RARE QHANCE FOR INVESTRUT
I lit :•-•
VALUABLE HOTEL , PROPERTY
In the 'City of Hirrisburg.
IT HAT ,well-hmo*h N%alitable hotel
IXPr overly known ns the]
• "SUSQUEHANNA - HOUSE,"
oi MOcheinian, tuatO On the
east. eud.of Afar sot street, and immediately, opposite the
Petutsylvaitia'•Eitilioad Depot, will be offered.at PRIVATE
SALE until the 4th of December neat, and +f outsold be
fore that time, will be put up at public aocilon on that
This is the ninit - diailableirotietfi in 'the city of Etas
,hotel business. .Its
e p pe roziNit , y_r. a o_thn e Feri kr4.
sylvania ihrilreatt Depot., and t p
a i m !'
.e l a
risk& centering atllarrishurg,mskoa i ii o
.. ren y elst
and accessibleiie :the trAveling pub' tha an n iter
4 1 5itel in 0 0( rig*. ; '; "kr 6 .- iisie'Priglexty;tiiid as
Further inibrmatien- in rega
tpittip ; teitiiii!ofiildiu.y be had by epplyloggtb
' 4t191 -4 e 57. 1 4 14 5Y,s .;
North nor. liarketk - Square , ( Wyeth ' s Buildhig,) - second
ory front. octDdads
I EVI F. ksearm,
DLOYON P. Gcniaes
SAL E :
OF /H! /Mt
kttatit tinting' fllatt.
Raying procured Steam Power Presscs, we 'are
pre! ared to execute JOB end . BOOK PRINTING of every
de,riplinn, cheaper that Wean be done at any t ther es
tabllshmentin the country. -
RATES v.. ...... w -LitiISIEG..
trirFour lines or hss constitute one hairitqwtrw Eig 1:1
lite. or more than tour constitute a square.
Hall Square '
one week...,,. .1••••
lit three months.
ta EiX months
thae Square One city ..,
Sono week - 00
cc one month_.
tt three months 8 00
six mouths__ 8 00
one year 10 00
Ns-Business notices inserted in the LAcat Cthrinn, i r
before Marriages and Deaths, FIVE CENT PEE Lib E
for each insertion. . .
.Marriages and Deaths to be charged as repent.
A dyer tisements.
From the c.litury
Newspapers and Education.
Some days since, a little girl accosted us on
a ferry boat: "Please tell me what o'clock it
is, sir ?" "It is just nine ." "Then," said
she, "I shall be late at school." "Do you
cross the river to go to school 1" "No, sir,
but I have been to my aunt's on a visit, and I
am now going back; I'm afraid my m they
will not let me go again if lam late." "What
are you studying?""l'm in ancient get ra
;thy, rhetoric, composition and grammar. "—
"Do you not study modern geography ?" "No,
sir, but I am going to study physiology, ge
ology and metaphysics." "Are you, indeed ?"
" Yes, sir; my mother says they are the f.sh
ionable branches; modern geography and arith
metic are so common, you know,—evaysody
learn them. She wants me to learn the taghtr
branches." " Will you take a mess .ge to your
mother from me?" "Yes, sir." "Tell her
that you met a gentleman on the ferry b-rat,
who told you that al.cient geography, and
rhetoric, and physiology are not the studies for
a child of your age. ' and that modern geog - a.
phy, arithmetic, and a goat newspaper are the
higher branches. Don't forget tnis."
It would be for us a petiloutt undertaking to
assert that girls, in general, are not equal to
boys, and consequently that womon are not
equal to men. We assert nO.such thing. We
ate afraid to do it—we fear almost to put the
case hypothetically. Are girls equal to boys,
and women to men, in tact and ability to ac
complish what is equally witt'ln the capacity
l of either sex ? El Ise they t qual presence of
mind in danger, tqual readiness of resource,
equal knowledge of passing events, equal paw
er to seise new tarts and to Lake acivant , ge of
opportunities? To sum up in a word, do they
make as much and as good use of their faculties
as boys and men? -
Why not ? It is becatise the master Bob as
serts a divine right to the newspeper of morn
ings, so that his sister, poor little soul, is
obliged to go to school to have all the philoso
phy thrust down her intellectual throat, with
out any knoWledge of the real matters in life by
which they are illustrated and to whichthey
are applied? It it because the poor child must
drink in rhetoric without having read the : fine
periods of Seward and Everett, or the glowing
- 612triliai-68vul ike criticism of itt..1 . . ,..
limns ? Is it becausen the maid's hands
to be "fixed up," with her thoughts and aspi
rationw directed to a new hoop-skirt, and to
have her mind twisted into curls, while Bob is
catching the magnetism 'of manifold great deeds,
by reading telegrams from California, - French,
England, Italy and China? "Hurrah! Gari
baldi is at Naples ! Hurrah ! the Sao:lint - Ins
have whipped Lemoriciere; and the Pope is go
'. • : . - : . . . , of - Rome," F histitg Bob, as
little hoop skirt comes into the breakfast room
and simpers in her darling - accents: " Ma, I
want a 'pair of jet armlets—Evelina Louisa Bo
;—i"ii khd/ t hink it B ailnert if . _
make Bob quit that dreg-a-cltul noise?" 'Yes
dear, you shall have ,the armlets, illa_will go
out and-get them-this-very day:" -', -- -
Ma is going to make herself over again in her
child. She never reads the papers, excepting
the marriages and fashions, and the horrors,
and the sickening romances, and the small gos
sip, and why should her daughter? -
Some judicious families and circles must be
excepted from 'this not caricature, where we see
girls equal' to boys, growing up into women
who will not be inferior to men. _
It is possible - that we overrate : theinfluence
of the newspaper as an educator, but we think
not. ' It is the voice of the living world. It is
history, art, philosophy, science, truth, justice,
,grammar, and everything else—not
unmixed with-falsehood and nonsense, but nos
more so. mixed than the home infant schools
for Orli, from which boys break away before
their bones, ate out of the gristle. Take gram
mar, Natural. History, Rhetoric and Composi
tion. Where are these'so well taught as in the
awfully edited newspaper? What better lesson
in Rhetoric than to see some popular writer or
famous scholar roasted alive on the-hot coals of
criticism? Where are better examples otiaste
ful composition ? Where is a better cabinet of
natural history? •What-in all the world escapes
the newspaper editor ?. And if he commits
blunders in grammrir, or logic, or fact, or phi
losope y, is he not forthwith served up on a grid
bon by another editor? NI , here, but in the
newspaper, will be found a running history of
all the literature, of the day ? Where else are
you told whakbooks you may safely, buy, what
are not worth putting on, your shelves, and
whit would be as hurtful 'to tire minds of your
children as henbane to their bodies,?
An Episode of the Battle of Voltfirno.
Darano,Aso_iiaavigns or arIatIELLDL
A correspondent . of the Journal. 4s Debits
says: The most brillian - t episode of the action
of the.let,oLOctobe, was:the recapture:of the
battery at the foot of Mont tau Angelo. Gant , ,
baldi arriVed.at bine o'clpek, 'When the enemy --
was thtuidetiog at strength be
cause it took him int:lank, and was causing him
severch.s3. The trilder'battery courageOnsly
resisted the attack„ and neVer slaokenectifire,
when all at once the ontrsitinited et the - foot of
the hill be,eame silent foyalists,- to the •
number_ of 2,500, got, round androsh
ing upon the guns spiked free of them, and.
killed several of the-men at eir pieces. Gar
ibaldi, on the San Tanunaro side, soon observed, -
the silence of his favorite battery; and an aid
de-camp fronr General Mitwitz $OOl.l inkinmad
him of the disaster, which would probably_
have lost him the battle. Gatibaliii at once
'stalled off, - Cres:ed -Santa „
Maria, •ftil owed -by
'l4-dici and his Aar, and; cbile,cting ; sOlt,mta.
he could; cried out in a Voice which caused alI
Ito shudder, "We are geing• to: die', but the
Italians, must win the day; at all other points
wehave Curniue.eil." - Followed by 100 men,.
at a rapid-pace, Garibaldi, leading-the way in- k
small disabled carriage, went right .torward:
But juStittithey got near-the Casino - Of ga i n An
gelo, , some -Neapolitan Chasseurtr:lvehi3 were
lying on the ground rose and fell on; them.
Thecoachman - drove hiS 'hors& into a di - fob.,
and formed a barricade 0f.....the carr i a g e ,.
baldi „jumped pp, indignant, and went up to
the Onasseurs., - shtinti 'rig 'S'inie of
his men coming atithe.same time,.the ,enemy
became demoralized, and took to flight: Gari-.
baldi was' slightly - Sibtirtd - ed- in the stomaCh, —
and his trowaers were-riddted -by two or tines
bullets. ":If. I- only hid tilliather ,PAirr7t.
said; hid Wittwiht Turthe'r'reidriffelieCihitiniiiid
,cymmanded by General Mom oretly„.„ s .
:sion of the battery, and cried out to:
"Forward, my lads, disperse than rabble you- •
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