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Fr ARH ISBURG
Monday Afternoon, November a 1860.
Set. advertisement of "The World" in an
A TICKET OFFICE has been opened at New ville,
en the Cumberland Valley Railroed, and An
thony Byers appointed agent.
DEATH OF A EIABRISIII3IIO LADY. —Mrs. Etiza
WILLIAMSON, forinerly of this city, died at
Pulaski, Tennesse, on the third day of this
month, in the 59th year of her age.
BITROLABIOIIB.—Last night the dwelling of
Mr. Samuel Sloan in Locust street, was bur
glariously entered and robbed of about two dol
lars in money. An entrance was effected
through one of the back windows.
ANOTHER BENEFIT CONOERT.—The Landis min
strel troupo will give another concert here next
Friday evening, for the benefit of the Paxton
Hose Company. The entertainment on Satur
day night is said to have been a very ordinary
and unsatisfactory affair.
DAILY, WEEKLY AND MONTHLY papers, maga
zines, late publications, all the new books, as
fast as published, together with the largest as
sortment of books in ALL departments of litera
ture, will be found for sale at the lowest prices
at Bergner's Cheap Bookstoi e, 61 Alarket street.
ATTENTION I WIDE-AWAKES I-A joint meet
ing of the People's City Club, Keystone Wide-
Awakes, and. State Capital Guard, will be
held at Exchange Hall this evening at seven
o'clock, to transact business, and complete the
arrangements for the contemplated triumphal
parade. Turn out, one and all.
ANOTHER WILD CAT SHOT.-A. few days since
Mr. Reuben Bomberger, who resides in South
ampton township, Cumberland county; shot a
large wild cat near his residence, measuring
three feet four inches in length and weighing
upwards of seventy-five pounds. It is seldom
that animals of this description are seen in th it iti
region of country.
A FEMALE SIIIELDE.—MrB. Mary Mullin, a
maiden lady of Chillisquaque township, North
umberland county, drowned herself in the river
recently. The body was found floating on the
river. She was subject to fits of melancholy,
which is supposed to have been the cause of her
committing the deed.
Pconasric.—The world-renowned "champion
of the ring," Mr. John C. Heenan, assisted by
other pugilistic celebreties, will give an. exhi
bition at Brant's Hall next Thursday evening.
The announcement bas already caused,consid
erable excitement in fistic circles, andithe indi
cations are that the "boy" will be greeted with
a full house.
Throw, •• One ingnvecently, immediately
after the" +` !ht express train had crossed the
bridge between Sunbury and Northumberland,
the watchman who was crossing the bridge in
the performance of his duty, fell from the
board path, and was drowned. The river bring
very high at the time, his body has not yet
been recovered. He was an Irishman, and re
sided at Northumberland.
Tim TRIUEPIIAL PARADE. —The Wide-Awakes
of this city have fixed on Wednesday evening
next as the time for their torch-light parade in
honor of the victories achieved at the October
and November elections. Our Republican citi
zens generally are requested to join in the pa
rade, and we trust they will do so. Wide-
Awake clubs from several neighboring towns
are expected to participate in the demonstra
tion. Should the weather continue favorable
a brilliant display may be anticipated.
OLD Conts.—Coppers and old coins of any
denomination can now be readily enchanged
through the Adams Express company for new
or modern coin, provided the tender of coppers
is made in sums not less than five dollars at one
time ; the cost to the person desiring the ex
change being merely the express rates of trans
portation between this oily and Philadelphia.—
Old silver coinage can be disposed of in the
same manner at the rate of $1 20 per ounce of
sthndard fineness. Now it will require but a
short time to wholly obliterate the copper coin
from circulation, and a systematic refusal of it
in exchange will soon induce merchants to dis
pose of it legitimately.
A LADY ED.ITOR ON KISSING. —Min Belle
Phillips, evidently a very sprightly young lady,
has charge of a department in one of our lite
rary exchanges. She is a very dashing writer,
talking just as she feels, and feeling we guess
just about right. Listen to ber :
We got such a raking about our thOughts on
kissing, that to spite some folks we now will
tell them what we don't like. We don't like
to be importuned for a kiss until all our pa
tience is gone. We don't like to threaten
bashful men to kiss them. Goodness me I how
it frightens them, They turn pale and red,
and dually, like some simpering school girl turn
their heads aside, as if they really thought us
hi earnest. Well, we'll tell you that if we
were in their places, no young lady under the
sun should threaten to kiss us and not do it.
We saw a young men -kiss a lady's 'picture
once, and she present; now we wouldn't have
done that, and we told him so. Kiss a cold
miniature picture, when the original was sitting
before us, with rosy-red lips and defiant eyes
No, never. "Jacob kissed Raclaael," is the
earliest record we believe of a love kiss. Though,
we feel assured that long before this luxury was
indulged in. In olden time people used to
greet each other with a real hearty kiss, but
fashion has substituted the formal bow, or the
shaking of hands. Peer exchange we say. Mark
Antony resigned the world fur a kiss. Our
poets have written some of their sweetest lines
in praise of kissing. We humbly beg our
Merida, those who are so insensible as not to
feel the pleasure of a hiss, not to pester them
selves in picking us to pieces, because we have
thus expressed ourself. If they do we'll pay
them back. There is one thing pretty certain,
there's only one objection we would raise to
kissing—if any one wishes to know, let them
inquire through the Herald. We do not con
demn kissing, but if any one was to attempt to
hiss us—well, never mind the rest."
THE MOST PERTINENT QUESTION.--A secular pa
per, referring to a recent theological work en
quiring bow sin came in the world, says :
" There are matters of more importance than
that enquiry. If there is a pig in your garden,
you had better busy yourself in driving it out
than speculating as to how it got in."
MUSICAL SOIREE.—The Harmonic Society will
give a soiree this evening in the lecture room of
the Baptist Church, to be conducted by Mr
Wm. A. Tarbuttoo, teacher of music in the
public schools. An unusually rich treat may
be anticipated, and all lovers of good music
should be on hand to enjoy it.
GETTING DESPERATE.—II is rumored that Con
rad Miller, the German recently indicted for il
legal voting, threatens to commit suicide, if
convicted. We doubt whether Conrad will
commit any such wicked and silly act. He says
he does not wish to bring disgrace upon his
children by going to prison. Conrad should
have thought of that before perpetrating the
offence which is likely to entail punishment
upon him and misery upon his family.
NIGHT SCHOOL.-MT. Oliver Edwards is about
opening a night school, which will afford ap
prentices and others, who are deprived of the
benefit of our public day schools, an opportu
nity to acquire a good practical education du
ring the winter. It would be much better for
them to spend the long evenings in this useful
way, than to loaf about stores and shops indulg
ing in idle and profitless conversation. We in
vite attention to the advertisement of Mr. Ed
wards, and commend the subject to the con
sideration of young men for whose benefit the
school is to be opened.
WANTS TO £ , EE THE ELEPTIANT.—An old Demo
crat of this city, while in conversittihn with
several gentlemen, the other day, remarked
that he had intended voting for Douglas ; but
as the South had made threats of dissolving
the Union, in the event of Lincoln's election,
he changed his mind and voted for the Repub
lican nominee. tie was getting old, he said,
and wanted to see' how the, disunion project
would work, before he dtbd ! Our :Ad friend
is bound to be disappointed, for " the thing
won't work." The farce now being enacted
in two or three States will soon be played out.
How' TO MARE SAUER KRAUT.-AE this is the
season for making saner kraut, and as cabbages
are quite abundant, we give the following.reei
pe for preparing this "luxury," for the benefit
of those who need instruction :
"In making 'sauerkraut,' first scab] out the
cask, place a few leaves in the bottom, then a
layer of the cut cabbage, then stamp gently
until the juice appears ; then another layer un
til the cask is full. Each layer should have as
much fine salt as can be grasped in the hand.
When the cask is full, another topping of cab
bage leaves ; then place a board, closely fitting,
upon the top, and on the top of that a stone of
sufficient weight to press it down pieperly.—
Stand away in the cellar. Remember that in
making sailer kraut everything must be per
fectly clean and sweet, just as much so as in
making bread and pies."
N. making bread the ladies are always
careful to have their bands perfectly clean—end
in stamping saner kraut the strictest attention
should be paid to the feet.
TRIBUTE OF BESPECT.-At a special meeting
of the Hope Fire Company, held on Wednesday
evening, November 7th, the following preamble
and resolutions, reported by the' committee
pointed for, that purpose, were 'unanimously
WHEREAS it has pleased Divine Providence in
the goodness of his decree to remove from our
midst our much esteemed and fellow member
JOSIIIIA FACKLER ; and whereas, it is meet and
proper that while we .bow with submission to
the stroke that has severed the tie that so long
has bound us together that we should also ex
press our condolence with those who have been
bereaved by the same fell stroke. Therefore,
Resolved, That we deeply feel the loss to - be
irreparable—that a vacancy has been made by
this removal which cannot and will not soon
again be filled, but we cheerfully bow to the
will of Heaven, and avail ourselves of the only
consolation left us, that our loss though severe,
has proved an equivalent gain to him.
Resolved,- That while we thus deplore this our
loss in the fullest sense, we extend the tender
est sympathy to the family and friends of the
Resolved, That the house be shrouded in
mourning for the space of one month, and a
copy of the foregoing resolutions be sent to the
relatives of the deceased, and that the same be
published in the daily papers of the city.
Extract from the minutes.
J. M. BARR, Secretary.
THIS PASS/DENT/AL Vorß.-We subjoin the
full official vote polled in this county for the
Electors on the various Presidential tickets.
The table will be found useful for future refer
ence, and our feeders should either cut it out
or carefully preserve the paper containing it
LINCOLN TICKET READING TICKET,
James Pollock, 4,531 I Richard Faux, 2,397
Thomas K. H0we,4,532 George M. RAKI," 2,365
Edward C. Knigt, 4.532 ' Frederick A. Server, 2,386
Robert P. King, 4 532 Win. C. Patterson, 2,886
Henry Buono, 4,632 Joseph Crockett, 2,525
Rob rt M. Foust, 4,532 J. G. Brenner, 2,885
Nathan Billes, 4,532 G. W. Jacoby,
Jehu M. Broomall, 4.634 Charles Kelly ) . . 2,392
Jamei W. Fuller, 031 0. P. Jaime's.. '' 2.392
David E .tout, • -4,531 David rehalljr• ' - '2,588-
Francis W. Christ, 4 632 J. L. Lightner, 2,580
David Mumma, Jr., 4,553 8. S. Barber, 2,500
David Taggart, 4,530 T. B. Walker, 2,582
Thomas Sc. Hull, 4,531 S. S. Winchester, 2,531
}rands B. Penniman, 4,532 Joseph Laubach, 2,532
'Ulysses Mercer, 4,631 Isaac ceckhow, 2,542
George Bressler, 4,531. George D. Jackson, 2,530
A. 13 Sharp, 4,631 IJ. A. Abl, 2.387
Daniel 0. tiehr,
~4,530 J. B. Danner, 2,453
Samuel Calvin, 4,531 .1. R. Crawford, 2,456
Edgar Cowan, 4 5281 H. N. Lee, 2,875
William McKennan, 4,530 J. B. Howell, 2,457
John al Kirkpatrick, 4,529 N. I'. Fetterman, 2,535
James Kerr, 4 5.4 ekmuel El arshall, 2,529
Richard P. Roberts, 4,526 William Cook,. 2,528
Henry Souther, 4,525 B. D. Hamlin, 2,532
John 61-rJr, 4,625 Gaylord Ch arch, 2,521
BELL TICKET. Samuel 8. Barker, 25
Joseph it. Ingersoll, 163 OTEAKRIT DOUGLAS TICKET.
A illiam M. Wright, 163 l Richard Vanx, 142
Peter Williamson, 165 John Cessna, 206
Eli K. Price, • 161 John Alexander, - 180
ktacy 13. Bancroft, 162 1 Frederick Meyer, 188
A. J. Drexel 162 Godfrey Metzgar, 47
W. H. Slinglufi, 162 Edward Wartman, 188
T. W. Woodward, 180 G. W. Jacoby, ' 137
Tinsley Jotter, 160 Joseph Dowdall, /88
F. e. Biekley ' 161 Isaiah James, 188
D. K. Leech, .' . lei George D l eitzel, 47
John Roberts, 165 John Black, t 193
W. W. D'Ouigan, 162 Geerge Grose, 49
Lord Butler, 164 0 illiam L. Dewart, 47
Berman tleman, 163 S. ft Winchester, 4.1
Francis Tyler,. 163 Joseph Laubach, 45
John A 31...rett 164 lsaac Reckbow, 32
W.... Penrose 165 George D. Jackson, 46
John Mower, . 163 Williain R.Gorgas, 159
Joseph A Landis, 162' Joel 13" Danner. 119
J. B. Findley, 162 I Jesse It ( rawford, 119
Alfre . 1.0 en, 162 Francis Laird, -14
J. W. Barker, 48 J. B. Howell, 119
atephen a ercer, 162 J-lin Calohan, • 47
C. K. Henderson, 102 Cantuel marshal, 45
J. G. Ilartswick, 161. I Williaui Book. 45
James T. L;Onard, 47
Gaylord Church, _ 49
Francis Lane, t . 94
William L. acing!, .22
Isaac Webster, 159
Henry L Biniwals, 113
B. B. Re4deroon,, 60
Pennsylvania Maily Zeltgratt, ,fflonbay 'Afternoon, Nouctnber 12, 166 U.
SABBATH DFBECRATION.--011 yesterday after
noon we noticed several small boys amusing
themselves by playing ball in the upper section
of the city. It is evident that the parents of
these lads are not training them up in the way
they should go. A fearful responsibility rests
upon fathers and mothers who permit their
children to run at large on the Sabbath day,
forming bad associations and indulging in sin•
ful amusements. They should remember, that
" just as the twig is bent the tree's inclined."
The desecration of the Sabbath very often
proves the first step in the downard career o ,
immorality and crime. how important, there
fore that children should early be taught to
" reraemb, r the Sabbath day to keep it holy
PROPESSIONA.LABACTSIts. —The time was,
when to be a professional man, evinced educa
tion, refinement and ability. Then there were
but three professions—medicine, law and theol
ogy. Since the fathers have been gathered to
their rest, a new order of things has been in
troduced—we have professional barbers, shoe.-
blacks, boot-makers, tailors and dress-makers.
Every man and woman has become professional.
We cannot take a newspaper in hand without
having our attention directed to "Professor"
Smith's hair tonic, one application of which
will restore the baldest cranium to its original
youthful condition. Another "Professor" as
sures his friends that by the use_of his prepara
tion, wrinkles will be removed and a roseate
hue given to the complexion. These, with
thousands of similar instances, go to show that
lIIIAIBUG is the order of the day, and false pre
tence the besetting sin of our people.
Kumar/mt. CAtTGnr.—We stated in a recent
issue that a little colored girl about six years
old, daughter of George Love, had been kid
napped in Cumberland Valley township, Bed
ford county. The supposition was that the
girl had been taken to Baltimore and sold. It
now appears that a man named William Hem
ming, of Cumberland Vally, took the child to
the Cumberland (Md.,) Jail, for safe keeping,
stating to the Sheriff of the county that her
'mother was a runaway, that the child was
caught and that the mother was e ( xpeeted to be
caught also in a short time, and that the owner
would call for them. It is supposekd that Hem
ming had a confederate who was to represent
himself as the owner of the child. Hemming
was arrested last Friday in Cumberland, and is
now in the jail of that city awaiting a requisi
tion from the Governor of Pennsylvania. He
will doubtless get several years in the western
Tm WASHINGTON MONUMENT FUND.—We are
now enabled to give the amounts contributed
in the various wards of this city, on Presidential
election day, in aid of the Washington Monu
ment enterprise, amounting in the aggregate
to thirty-one dollars and ninety-eight cents:
First Ward $ 1 64
Second Ward 9 73
Third Ward 15 50,
Fourth Ward 1 41
Fifth Ward 8 07
Sixth Ward 63
Our readers will see that the fifth ward, al
though the smallest in the city, contributed
more than the first and fourth wards combined.
If the cities and towns generally throughout
the Union, contributed in proportion, the Mana
gers of the Association will not lack for means
to complete the Monument designed to honor
and perpetuate the memory of the "Father of
his Country." The above sum has been • for
warded to. the Treasurer of the Ladies' Associa
tion, in response to whose patriotic appeal it
was contributed. Much credit is due to Ca
F. K. BO" of our city, who gave this matter
his personal attention, and had proper boxes
placed at the several election windows.
GREAT ARRIVAL of new and cheap goods ; a
splendid and large assortment just opened.—
Beautiful styles of new De Laines ; 100 pieces
of new Colicos splendid colors 10 cents ; 50
pieces Canton Flannel 10 and 11 cents; large
lot of black and brown Muslin ; 1000 yards of
pant stuff for men and boys ware-; 80 dozen
Undershirts and Drawers 65 and 75 cents ; 50
dozen Wool Socks 20 cents; Black Alapaeka
Shawls, Cloaks, Cambric Bands, Plane's, Dry
Goods of all descriptions ; 10 pieces black Cloth
for Cloaks. Please call and examine our large
assortment, S. Law; at John Road's old stand.
MusreAL.—New music from all the leading
publishing houses always received immediately
after publication. Violins, Guitars, Banjos,
Accordeons, etc.; all sorts of strings always
fresh on band, at WM. KNOCHE'S Music store,
92 Market street.- - - - -
Da lismamu having relinquished the drug
business, will hereafter devote his entire atten
tion to the practioe ofin_edicine. Office at his
residence, Second street below Pine,
GOLD IN. INDIANA.—Quite an excitement pre
vailed in Indianapolis a few days since, by the
report that gold had been discovered in Koho
ma, Howard county. A quarrier near that
place gave it out that he bad discovered quartz
in the lavers of stone where he was at work.
and exhibited a piece of rock flecked with what
appeared to be gold, as the result of his digging
in and among the material designed to be used
for improving the streets. The piece of rock
glittering with particles resembling gold, was
sent to Indianapolis for chemical analysis, by
a gentleman deeply interested in the quarries
The result of the analysis proved that there was
gold, " and no mistake," in the rock.—Lafay
FAssmons.— The " Dolbear Commercial Col
lege of New Orleans" advertises for several
first Class teachers in the various branches of a
scientific and literary course of education ; but
by way ornota bens the advertisers put in a con
dition which is likely to interfere with the pros
pects of a large class of enterprising people. It
is as follows :
" N. B.—No fanatic who thinks it right to
steal, rob and murder, need apply."
Why the worthy trustees should feel' called
upon to narrow down competition in this way,
we are unable to say. We hope that the intei
eats of the institution under their care will not
suffer by the manifestation of this exclusive
Emma is apprehended in Newfoundland, in
several of the outlying, districts, inconsequence
of the almost total failure of the fishery and
the potato crop.
DR. JAS. MCCLINTOCK'S PECTORAL SYRUP
cairn.: the most harrasstm,cough, relieves the oppressed
lung=, and irritated throat,: loosens and brings away hy
painless expectoration the Ifiatter which clogs the wind.
pipe and bronchial tubes, regulates the excited pulse,
tivit es rest, snit removes every symptom of eensump.
ion. Price $1 00. sold by GM BATIGNER. IY2O
DR. MCCLINT,OR'S COLD AND COUGH 111.T.xnutE,
the established and frdendard remedy tor Cn HO, Cold,
influenza, linareeness, and all irrit Mons of the mucous
membrane of the throat, palate and nose, is en for
phyeirians, and all who have n ,, ed it, as a lxipaatiom
that has no rival in the field. Price 25 tents. 601.1 by
Of worms—the vile scourges
The Vermifege give,
And, as sore as you Fve,
They'll get their discharges.
What is BRYAN'S VE.NIFOGE: ? Simply a" pare - and
tasteless Vegetable Curative. No child can be harmed
by it, no worm can survive -h, no mother should be
without it, no words can express its value. Price 25
cents. Sold by Gro. BERGNER, jy2o
From the American Baptist, New York, August 2, 1859.
A MiNIATURE wooden pagoda which we
brought from Purmah, having been broken while on
shipboard, We were very anxious to have it repaired,
and tried several sorts of giuo. but without success, 111
our attention was called to Spalding's Prepared Glue, sold
at 80 nett S treet. This we found to answer the purpose.
The plgoda appears now to be strongly cemented, and
can so seen by calling at the office of the American
From the Freeman's Joni nal, New York, August 6,1559.
Spalding's Prepared Glue is such a simple and cheap
preparation that iL is a pay any house should be whbout
it. . oct24lm
Marlins, REAM - This.—The folloiviiig is at,
extract from a letter written by the pastor of a Baptist
church to the "Journal and Messenger," Cincinnati,
Ohio, and speßks volumes in favor of iat world.re
nowned medimue--lirs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup for
"We see an advertisement in your column of Mrs.
Winslow's Shoaling Syrup Now we never said a wor
in favor of -a Patent medicine belore in our life, but we
feel compelled to say to our readers, that ibis is no horn.
bug—we hare tried 11, and know it to to all it claims. It
is, probably, one of the most successiul medicines of the
day, because it is one of the best. And those of your
readers who have babies can't do better than to lay
a supply. aun
HAIR DYE ! HAIR DYE ! !
WM. A. BATCHELOR'S HAIR DYE!
The Original and Best to the World!
A LL others are mere imitations, and
L - 1_ should be avoided, if you wish to escape ridicule.
GRAY, RED, or RUSTY HAIR DYED instantly to a
beautiful and Natural Brown or Black, witliou-tinjury to
the Hair or Skin. •
FIFIEEN MEDALS AND DIPLOMAS have been award
ed to WA A. BATCHELOR since 1839, and over 80,000 ap
plications have been made to the Hair of the Patrons of
his famous dyc.
Wlt. A. BACHELOR'S HAIR DYE produces a color
not to be distinguished from nature, and is WARRANTED
not to injure in the least, - however long it may be con
tinued, and the ill-effects of Bad Dyes remedied ; the
Hair invigorated for tile by this Splendid Dye.
Sold iu all cities and towns of the United States, by
Druggists and Fancy Goods Dealers.
,The Genuine has the name and address upon a
steel plate engraving on four sides of each Box, of Wu,
LIAR A. Hammon. Address,
CHARLES BATCHELOR, Paorrusron, •
marP2-d&wly : 81 Barclay street, New York.
IMPORTANT To FEMALES.
DR. CHEESMAN'S PILLS,
Prepared by Cornelius L. Cheeseman, M. D.,
NEW YORK CITY. •
/FHB combination of ingredients in these
Pills are the result of a long and extensive practice.
They are mild in their operation, and certain in correcting
all irregularities, Painful Menstruations, removing all oh •
stractions, whether from cold or otherwise, headache;
pain in the side. palpitation of the heart, whites, all ner
vous aifections,.hysteries, tittigue, pain iu the back and
limbs, &e., disturbed sleep, which arise from interruption
T.l MARRIED LADM,
Dr. Cheeteman's Pills are invaluable, us they will bring
on the monthly period with regularity. Ladies who have
bgen disappointed in the use of other Pills can place the
utmost oculidenee in Dr. Cheeseman's Pills - doing all that
they represent to do.
There is one condition of the female system in which the
Pills cannot be taken walurat piodumng PECULIAR
IZESULI. Vie condition referred lc. is PRE.OIVANCY—
the result, NISCA ItliLit OE. Such is the inesisale
tendency of the medvine Os restore he'sasual functions to a
nopmat condition, Ant ...:nen the reproductive power of
nature cannot resist if.
Warranted purely vegetable, and free from anything
Injurious, Explicit directions, which should be rend, ac
company each box. Price $l. Sent by mail on enclosing
$1 to Os. CORNELICB L CHERBILMO7, Box. 1,531, Post Office,
New York City.
Sold by une Druggist in every town In the United States)
It. B. HUTCHINGS,
General Aiient for the United Stoles,
14 Broadway, New York,
Tb who»s all Wholesale orders should be addr- , .•+at.
Sold in Harrisburg by G." A. BANNVART.
BUY TBE BEAST.
4C, X MT TO WE lq" 'll
SA LT RHEUM AND SCROFULA,
SALT RHEUM., SCROFULA, SCALE, HEAD,
FEVER SORES, RING-WORMS, BAR
BERS' ITCH; AND ALL ITCHING
OR BURNING SORF,S,A_ND BRUN
TIONS OF THE SKIN.
This Ointment bears no re.esublance to ety ht her ex
threat remedy at present before the world. The modeo
its operation is pectliar.
It' penetrates to • tbe basis of , the disease—goes - to its
very source—and cures it from the flesh r beneath to the
skin on the surface.
Other outward applications for Scrofula, Salt Rheum,
Sm., operate downward, thus driving the disorder inwards,
and often occasioning terrible internal maladies.
Nowrox's OINTMENT, on the contrary, throws the poison
of the disease upward, and every particle of it is die
charged thrsu the pores.
Ihus the cures It effects is complete. Not only are the
sores healed—the erbptions removed—the swellings re
duced—but the seeds of the disease.are expelled from the
flesh ; consequently Altera earth° no rein' ee.
Victims of ulcerouir and eruptive complaints, nob have
tried every professional mode of treatment and every ad
vertised curative without relief, here is a certain, safe,
and expeditious: .
.remedy for the evils you endure. A
Ingle box will satisfy you of the truth of all that is here
Sinte its..lllsOntreduction, the properties of the Oint
ment havelleeir tested the Most obstinate cases=cas es
hat utterly. defied the best medical skill in the country,
and upon whick tne most celebrated healing Springs pro-
duced no offeci—andin every Instance. with every evin
Sold in Large Bolaes-Price uiventi.
GERRIT NORTON, phenkinti - Proprietor, New York
WHOUSALX - WTOT AT
PENFOLD, P.A.IIXLR it MOWER'S,
Wholesale brugglats, lb Beckman et.,_N. T.
Sold by Gio.Bawanka, Harrisburg, Pa.
TOYS, BASKETS AND GOODS
No. 120 North Second Street, above. Arch,
TIIST RECEIVED at his NEW -STORE
ct --a-very large assortment of 'TOYS of everyjciWscrip-
Mu. Also, FANCY BASKETS, WORK BOXES, Tobacco
Boxes, Serer Cases, Pipes, Canes and Fancy Articles of
a large variety. All being imported direct from the
manufacturers enables me to sell at very low prices.
aar-Please calleed exult:One my stock. . 520-dat3-
- • WA.N TED. -
POUNDS - of . OLD COPPER,
5.000 for which we Will pay the very high
act market pthe in oath, at On
URICH & COWPEETHWAIT
wnolasa.9l & ; itst.vi
aR "E" CI. 3CP ar.
Corner Of Prone and Market Streets,
D. TIMM. T. D. COWPIERTHWAIT.
TTRICH & COWPERTH WAIT have j tigt,
recatved a beautiful assortment of the eery latest
style CLOAKS, which they,are sellingat'llie very lowest
prices.' Thn'very, best 3.”4 cent CaltcoEt - Pori° cents.
Iffr DR. JAS. MCCLINTOCK'S PECTORAL STRDP.
Arc y Irma weak? Does a long breath give you pain?
Have yea a Lacking cough? Do you expectorate hard,
°ugh' matter ? Are you wasted with night sweats and
want, of sleep? If so, HERB 18 YOUR RENEW. It will un
questionably save you. Price 31 00, Sal by GEORGE
W. A. BvITCHELOR'S HAIR DYE!
lill TS SPLENDID HAIR DYE has no
equal—instantaneous in effect—Beautiful Black or
Natural Brown—so staining the skin or injuring the
Hair=remedies the absurd and ill effect of Bad Dyes, and
invigorates the Hair for life. Nose are genuine unless
signed "W. A. Batchelor " Sold everywhere.
CHAS. BATCHELOR, Proprietor.
Si Barclay Etreet, New York.
ma rl2 dawly
JUD . SON'S ISIVONTA/N [limit PILLS.—How Strange
and winiderfill It often seems to us that a medicine com
posed of simple mountain herbs and roots, should so
certainly search out and cure disease. How surprising
that the Indians should know and preserve so long and
well a secret that h9s escaped the search gf the greatest
physicians the world has ever seen. True, the ancient
inhabitants of Mexico weroa strangerae,e; found by the
Spaniards, living in large cities, and. allowing for their
strange customs and religion, as well civilized as their
conquerors. In the words of a writer of some celebrity,
o I hey have rerished from the earth, their cities are gi•
gautie piles or ruins, their Rings and Princes so mighty
in their life, are forgotten; their ruins and their medicine
alone ars left." The united testimony of all intslligent
persons Is, that JUDSON'S MOUNTAIN HERE PILLS are
the most successful medicine in (the world in curing
Sold by all Medicine 'deale-s. octl6-lm
EVE call the attention of our readers to au
article advertised in another column, called BLOOD FOOD
It is an entirely new discovery, and must not be cot found
ed with any of the numerous patent medicines of the
day. It is food for the blood, already prepared for ab.
sorption; pleasant to the taste sun natural in action, and
what one gaits ee retains , . Let all those, then, who are
suffering it orn poverty, impurity or deficiency of blood,
and consequently with ROMS chronic disease or ailment,
tone of this Moon Foon and be restored to health. We
notice that our Druggists have received a supply of this
article, and also or the world-renowned Dr. Plareit's IN.
FANTILE CORDIAL, which every mother should have. It
besaid to contain no paregoric or opiate of any kind
whatever, and of course mast belnvalusele for all Wan
tile complaints. It is also said that it will allay all pain,
and soften the gums in process of teething, and at the
same time regulate the bowels. Let all mothers and
kurses, who have endured anxious days and sleepless
lights, procure a supply and be at once relieved.
.tor .See advertisement. an2-tfeb6
For sale by C. A. Rannvart. sole agent, Harrisburg, Pa
Jima.): GEESE, Mo., July Sd, 1857.
MFMRS. 'PERRY DAVIS & Sore :—Dear Sirs—
Having used your Pain Killer for two years, 1 find it to be
the best medicine for what tt is recommended for that I
have ever used. I feel thankful for the benefit I have
received from it. I have been troubled with dyspepsia
for ten years, and tried * * * • to no benefit. But as
soon as I got to using your Pain Killer I found relief', and
by the use of it I am entirely cured: For chills and fever
or congestive chills, It Is the best medicine I have ever
used. I have used it for a great many different corn
plaints, and it has never yet failed in giving immediate
relief. CMS. L. LGANGII.
Sold by all druggists, grocers and medicine dealers
throughout .he United States and Canadas.
The stain on linen from the Use of the Fain Killer Is
easily removed by washing in *I6M t. , o/8-1m
ALMOST EVERYBODY has heard ot_ "Wood's
Bair Restorative." That the word "Restorative" in this
case, is no misnomer, we have the testimony of individu•
als whose elevated position in the country, as well as
their acknowledged and honorable character as gentle
men, render Whatever they publicly assert in the last de
gree reliable;• Several of those have tested, personally,
-the hair preparation we are now sreeking or, and cer
tify to its amazing efficacy in the most public manner
possible. Their certificates can he seen at the proprie
tor's Dapot, all Broadway, New York, and once seen and
propet ly appreciated, we have no hesitation in saying
they will Impresr conviction on the most skeptical mind. '
Wood's Stair Restorative is, doubtless, the 11136 T article of
its kind ever yet produced.
It does rot dye, but gives life, health and beatify
in the dec yius tallies and read, restoring, as if by
magic, that which 1N41.3 supposed to be Irrecoverably lost.
Heads nearly bald, and others nearly White, are daily
being changed to their pristide beauty, and faces covered
with pimples are rendered as smooth as an infant's, and
blushing as a rose, all- by the use of Prof. Wood's Hair
liestormive. For sale at 114 Slaricet street, and by all
, . ectigA
Sold by all Druggists.lt
THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY
. SIR JAMES CLARKE'S
CELEBRATED FEMALE FILLS.
Prepared from a .Prescriplion of Sir J. Clarke, X.
Physician Extraordinary to the Queen.
This invaluable medicine is unfailing In the cure of all
those painful and dangerous diseases to which the female
constitution is subject. It moderates all excess and re
moves all obstructions, and a speedy cure may be
TO: MARRIED LADIES
it is pectiliariy suited. It will, in a short time, bring on
the monthly period with regularity.
Bach bottle, price One Dollar, bears the Government
Stamp or Great Britain, to prevent counterfeits.
These Pals shouts not be taken by females during the
FIRST THREE JIIOIVTLISOf 2i•eynauchas:they are sure
to brinpon.d/i.searriage, but at any other time they are
In all crises of Nervous and Spinal Affections, Pain in
the Hack and Limbs, Fatigue on slight exertion, Palpita
tion of the Heart, Hysterics and Whites, these Pills will
effect a cure when all other means have failed ; and at.
though a powerful remedy, do not contain iron, calomel,
antimocy, or any thing hurtful to the constitution.
Tu/1 directions in the pamphlet around each package,
Which should be carefully preserved. -
N. 8.—51.00 and 6 postage stamps enclosed to any au
thorized Agout, will insure a bottle, containing 50 Pills,
by return mall. :
For Fide by C. A. B.INIVART.
SOYER'S • SULTANANA'S SAUCE
For Hot and Cold Dishes of all Kinds.
This . most delicious and
appetising Sauce, invented by th
•enowried "Sorsa,' for the Lon
lon Reform Club, is, since his
lecease, manufactured by the
vell-known hones of Chosen &
3LACRIVELL, London, from the
riginal recipe. It is the favorite
;once in England, and on the
lontinent, with a high andgrow.
ig reputat en among American,
picures, and is .much approved
f as a stimulant to the appetite,
Ad aid to digestion.
OPLNIONS OP THE LONDON PRESS.
We recommend. our correspondent to try Moss. EOY
ER'S new Sauce, entitled the 'Sultana's. Stuck' it is
made after the Turkish recipe flavor is excellent,
and it affords considerable aid in cases of slow and weak
dlgestion."--The Lancet. .
"Savory, Piquant, and [Spicy, worthy the genius Of
"A must valuable adjunct to Fish, Flesh, and Foci,
and should have a place on every table."—Atlar.
Sole Ateuts for the United States
GARDNER G. YIILLIN, 217 Fulton Bt., N. Y
and BRAY & HAYES, 34 Gornhill, Roston.
For sale by Grocers and Fruit, Dealers . everywbere.
VAN INGEN & SNYDER,
Designers and Engravers on Wood
N. E. COB. FIFTH Sr. CHESTNUT STS.,
FXECUTE all kinds of Wood Engraving
with beauty,e.orreetness and dispatch. Original
hi:signs furnishec for Fine Book illustrations. Persons
wishing cuts, by sending a Photograph or Daguerreotype,
can have views of Colleges, Churches, Store Fronts,
Machines; flares, Patents, &c., engraved as will on per
Fancy Envelopes, Labels, Bill Headings, Show Bills,
Visiting, Business and other: Cards', engraved in the
highest style of art,-and at the lowest prices.
For Fpeoimens orqlne engraving, see the Illustrated
works or J. B. lipplticolt & Co„ B. 11. Butler &Co.
H. L. GODBOLD
PRACTICAL Tuner - and Repairer of
Pianos, ItHedeons, ate., will rf calve orders in
future at Wal. KNOCHE'S AillSie store, 92 Market street
Ail orders left at the above named place, or at the Buehler
House, will meet with prompt attention. •
First class NOK for- sale soon -sly •
LARGE assortment of ALBUMS, of all
- Prices;E h. 'will* make saitatio •' auusrmAti
9IF,TP, for your lady ft-len - Is, len , be found at;
BEZIGNRR'S'OTIBP 800115.401/ •
61 Ma rket •
TT is compounded entirely from Gums,
and has become an established fact, a Standard Medi
cine, known and approved ~ y by all that have used it,
and is now resorted to Mt with confidence in all the
diseases for which it is re-gip commended.
It has cured thousands E t withi n the last two years
who had given up all hoists
, t 4 of relief, as the numerous
unsolicited certificates in my possession show.
The dose must be adapt- a j ed to the temperament of
the individual taking it,and e l used in such quantitke ar
to act gently on the bowels. X,
Let the dictates of your W judgment guide you in tht
use of the LIVER INVIGO- ti RATOte, and it will cure
LIVER COMPLAINTS, HILIJOUs p ATTACH; DYFFEPERA,CHRON
RIDIAREBORA, SINNER WI- tit PLAINTS, Dm:WERT DROP
SY SOUR STOMACH, HABIT... UAL COSTIVE:TM, CLisys;
CHOLERA MORRO; 111 CHOLERA INFANTE; FLAToLEN Ca,
JAUNDICE, FEMALE WEAK- NIDNIDI, and may be used
successfully as an ORME., RY FAMILY MEDICINE. Lt
will cureSICK HEADACHE , ra (as thousands can testify)
IN TvirENTT LIINITTES, IF TwL ^ OR THREE INA.voONFILSA RE
Emmet commencement O> > attack.
ALL WHO ÜBE tT ARE CM PI IND their lest:mony In Its
Xrittlx Water In the mouth with thelln.
rlgorator, and swallow , both together.
P5lOl ONI DOLLAR PER BOMB.
PURE VEGETABLE EXTRACTS, AND PUI
UP IN GLASS CASES, AIR TIGHT, AND
WILL KEEP IN ANY CLIMATE.
The FAMILY CATMAR- • TIC PILL Is a gentle b a
active Cathartic which the CO proprietor has used in his
practice more than twenty a years.
The constantly inertias- --;„ Me demand from those who
have long used the PILL. 84 and the satisL.ction which
all express in regard to Ntheir use, has induced me
to place them within the es, reach of all.
The Profession well know '''' that different Cathartics act
on different portions of the ~„ newels.
The FAMILY CATlia la TIC PILL has, with due re •
toren° to this well estab• 11 lished fact, been compoun
ded from a variety of the E., purest Vegetable hx racts,
which act alike on 'very , 'art of the allmo,tary ca
nal, and are good and Cafe PI in all cases where a ca
thartic is . needed, such ~ .t di Derangementsof Stomach,
Sleepiness Pains in 'Nei `i Back and Loins, Costiveness
Pain Soreness over tle It s ody,Restlessness, Headache
or weight in the head, all :7: fitjfamma ory Diseases,
Worms in Children or Ad- e - P llts, Rheumatism, a great
Purifier of the Blom?, and ,d, nany diseases to t Mich
death is heir, too numerous -.4 to mention in this 9 tvar
ttsement. Dons, Ito 8. 0
PRICE 30 CENTS.
- - - - -
THE LIVER LiviI3ORATOR ASH FARM. CATENA
IC Paw are retailed by Druggists generally,and
sold wholesale by the Trade in all the large
S. T. W. SANFORD, M. D.,
Manufacturer and Propriek:c
je2o-dkwyi] 835 Broadway, New York
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHUI
For Diseases of the Bladder, Kidney, Gravel,
Dropsy, &c., &c.
LIELMBOLD'S Extract Buchu for Secret and Delicate
BELMBOLD'S Extract of Buchu for Nervous and De
HELM BOLD'S Extract of Buchu for Less of Memory,
Lass of Power, Dimness of Vsion, DifiPrulty of Breathing,
Weak Nerves and Universal Lassitude of the muscular
BELMBOLD'S Extract of Buchu for all distressieg ail
ments—Obstructions, Irregularities, Excess .in married
li.e, or early tedis.cretions, Sze., and all disuses cf the
sexual organs, whether existing in Male or Fonalr, from
whatever cause they may have originated, and no mat
ter of bow long standing.
ILF.LMBOLD'S EXTRACT Bucnu is pleasant in its
'.sate and odor, and immediate in its action. Price 51 per
bottle, or six for $5. Delivered to any address, accons
panted by reliable cartificates. fold by alt ttruggitts.
ausl-3m Depot 104 Poulh Tenth St. Philetteltilla.
own a t 0,,,,
j ___ 2 ,o.wrie 4 -
r tt+'? 4
C6 I4 VIP
4 44,111 0 , t o
'( l j _ DYSPEIII;'
To the Citizens of New Jersev and
Apothecaries, Druggists, Grocers and
Wolfe's Pure Cognac Brandy,
Wolfe's Pure Moderia, Sherry and Port
Wolfe's Pure Jamaica and St. Croix Rum
Wolfe's Pute Scotch and Irish Whisky.
ALL IN BLII".CLUS.
I beg leave to call the atteatim of the citizens of th 3
United States to the above WINES and LIQIIOEI3 2 imports.
by Udoliho Wolfe, of New York, whose name is lam ,
liar in every part of this county for the purity of hi
celebrated SceranAar SCHNAPPS. lit. Wolfe, in Irs ette
to me, speaking of the purity of his WiNPB Inman.
says : "I viti stake my leputainui rs a man, my Slt. au
tug us a merchant of thirty years' res derve in th 3 Qty
of New York, that all the BPANDY and Wins which I
bottle are pure as imported, and ci the hest quality, and
can be relied upon by every purchaser." Every bottle
bas the proprietor's name on the war, and a lan simi o
of his signature on tho n rkitic•te. Tue public arere
spectfully invited to call end cxernine for themselves:—
For sale at Retail by all Apothecaries an I Grceers in
Philadelphia. GEORGE It. ASHTON,
No. 832 .Ilarket Plinaddphit.
Sole Agent for Philadelphia.
Read the following from the New. York Courier :
B - Noattous BPSONESS sow ONE New Yinta SIERCHAST.—•
We are happy to inform our Eel ow.citizens that mere 13
One place in our city where the physician, apothecary,
and country merchant, can go and purchase pure Wines
and Liquors, as pure as imported, and of the best quality.
We do not intend to give an elaborate descri; tion of this
merchant's extensive bosine,s, al hough it will well re
pay any stranger or citizen to v melt Udolpho Wolfe's ex
tensive Warehouse, NO3. 18. 0 and 22 Beaver street,
d Nos. /7.19 and 21, Mar. ettlAd street. His stook of
Schnapps on hand ready for shii,ment could not have
been less than thirty thousand races; the Brandy, sone
ten thousand cases—Vintages of 1836 to 1853 ; and ten
thousand cases of lita.leira, Shirty and Port Wine,
Scotch and Irkh Whisky, Jamaica and St. Croix RUM,
tome very Old and equal to ally in this - country. He also
had three largo cellars fined %vita Brand , , Wise, we., in
:asks, under Custom House kev, ready for bottling. Mr.
Welfe's ssalos of Schnapps last- year , arnouuted to ono
Ltutirt.d and eighty thousand dozen, and we hope in 1-esthan two years he may be equally isuccessful with his
Brrndies and wines. . „ .
His business merits the patronage of every lo•: or of his
species. Private families, who wish pure Wines and
donors for medical use should send their oat , rs direct
to Mr. Wolfe, until every Apothecary in the land mast
up their minds to discard the poisonous stuff' Irons their
shelves, and replaCe it with Wolfe's pure Wuna3 and
We understand Kr. Wolfe, for the accommodation of
small dealers in the country, puts up assorted cases of
Wines and Liquors. Such a man, awl st oh a me , chant,
~houtd be t..nstained against his lens of thousands or op.
ponunts in the United States, who srll nothing tint imita
dons, ruinous alike to health and human happiness.
C. 1 , 7. X. 144.. Al market atrort re • • 1 for •11
STONE FOR SALE
THE UNDERSIGNED is prepared to fur
nish thz pub,ie with eve-y variety of BUILDING,
GUAR, and OROS •ING SION& -AL-to a gored: article- of
HICKORY AND OAK WO D, at , moderate priests. Apply
to J. B. COLE, corner or Bro IA and Third streets. in toe
OTIOYI uudersigned having
opened an English and Classic ii School for Boys in'
the lecture , room of what was fermeny called the
"Vetted Brethren Church," ou- Front, betwomi Walnut
and Locust streets, is prepared to rectiye pui.itsrant.l in
struct them is the branches u.Mt4ly 'aught in schools of
that character. The um:floor:tot- pupils ie.hmitei to
For information Witt te..gat'd. ith
to ter,"&e., aiiply to
Rev. Mr. Robinson ant Hey. Mr. Osttell, or per-in,,,iv to
octP dtf " R
A NEW AND FINE A.3SoltTmcNT
- •OF 4 6 4 4,. •
SHOPFINer p 4,905.
• 51 lalarkei &rec.
Private Fa.mi I Its