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Tuesday Afternoon, November 2T. 1660.
READ the advertisement of Dr. Stewart
ANOTHER CANDIDATE.—We notice by the Phi
ladelphia papers that D. B. Birney, EF.g , a
member of the Firet City Troop, is recommend
ed by a number of officers for the Adjutant
Generalship of this State. It is evident that
Governor Curtin will have plenty of good ma
terial to select from.
THE STATE CAPITAL BAND will meet this even
ing, for the transaction of important business.
There is a probability that the " Continentals,"
who are to sing here next Saturday evening,
will remain until Monday and give a concert
for the benefit of the Band. Should such an
engagement be effected, no doubt our citizens
will fill the spacious ball to overflowing on
Tea GOOD WILL BALL, to come off to morrow
evening at Braut's hail, will be a largely attend
ed and gay affair. Extensive preparations are
being made, and the managers are determined
that nothing shall be wanting on their part to
make the party a creditable one, and afford
participants the highest degree of social enjoy
ment. The members of the fire department
will attend in full equipments
CUT HIS HEAD. —Last evening while a num
ber of juveniles were amusing themselves by
sliding on the ice in a gutter, in the upper sec
tion of the city, one of them fell and cut his
head severely. The little fellow bled profusely,
and was so badly injured that be had to be
carried home. Sliding on the ice is dangerous
amusement, when not indulged in judiciously ;
and then the wear and tear of shoe leather at
this season is awful for parents to contemplate.
Das Bosoms OF WEALTH. —Somebody says,
and truly too, that people who would get up
their own sunshine and carry hearts under their
vest patterns, irradiated without regard to wea
ther, can find an infallable recipe. The recipe
consists in imparting sunshine tc others less
favored by fortune, in lightening the heart of
some poor widow by substituting warm clothing
for the thin garments under which they shiver.
The present weather is all very well for people
who promenade in furs and frosted beaver
overcoats. For poor wretches, in nankeen
jackets, however, it is a different matter, and
every blast Maga with it increased suffering.
Now is the time to think of the poor.
FATAL Am:nom—We regret to learn from
the Potter county papers that Eli Rees, Esq.,
Treasurer of that county, was recently shot
dead, by the accidental discharge of a gun in
the bands of a young man named Daniel Reed,
while the two were traveling through the woods.
He died in a few minutes, no one being present
except his young companion. The Taurus/
says of this distressing affair :"—" Mr. Reed
acutely feels the great grief, public and private,
that he has thus innocently occasioned, and
though it may cause him long years of such
heart suffering as one in his position only can
know, he will also have reason to remember
that the friends of the deceased, as also the
entire community, believe him innocent and
pity him." The deceased was highly esteemed
by the people of Potter county. Re leaves a
wife and five children to mourn his loss.
WORTHY or lilasnox.—Yesterday afternoon
a little girl, thinly clad and shoeless, with a
basket on her arm, perambulated the streets,
soliciting alms, and occasionally venturing into
a house to beg cold victuals. A kind-hearted
lady to whom she applied, touched with pity
for the shivering little one, whose feet were in
a freezing condition, took her into the house,
kept her there by the side of a bright coal fire
until thoroughly warmed, placed substantial
shoes and stockings upon her feet, supplied her
with wholesome food, and sent her away with
a lighter heart and heavier basket than she bad
started from her poverty-stricken home with a
few hours previous. The lady asked no ques
tions, The appearance of the neglected child
was appeal enough to her sympathy, and she at
once acted upon the promptings of a naturally
warm and generous heart. In doing so we
doubt not that she realised that solid enjoy
ment which results from making others happy.
A NEW AND GOOD 't
&ATM.—We see it stated that among the
latest inventions of the day is the production
of skates for children, which can be used in the
parlor or on the street. An exchange, in des
cribing this new institution, says that with a
pair of these skates on her feet, a young lady
or child can soon learn the art of skating to a
degree that will enable them successfully to ac
complish on the ice, and with steel skates, that
which has heretofore been to them a much
coveted but almost despaired of enjoyment.
All the benefits that are to be derived from
that healthful exercise, are now placed within
the reach of even the most delicate, and floor
skating will henceforth be included among
home amusements, to the delight of childhood
and the gratification of age. The floor skate
is simply a frame of ornamented iron, nearly
the shape and size of the common skate, with,
instead of a steel runner, four rollers or wheels
of gutta percha, measuring about three inches
in circumference, each of which revolves on a
separate axel. These rollers, of course, rest on
the floor, and turn with the movements of the
skater. The skate is strapped to the foot in a
manner similar to the ice skate, with wider
leather bands, superior in every respect to the
common strap. The inhabitants of the South,
whose facilities for skating have hitherto been
very limited, may now rival in this exercise,
amid orange groves and balmy breezes, their
Northern brethern, surrounded by ice and snow
and chilling winds. A waxed floor is, perhaps,
the best adapted for the sport—a long hall cov
ered with oil cloth is, probably, the next—but
if these are not accessible, a carpeted room of
any kind will answer. Being elastic, the rol
lers,do not wear the carpet, as they would if
formed 'of wood or Metal.
A "GRAND MATINEE " will be given in Ex
change Hall on Thanksgiving afternoon and
evening, by the colored young ladies of this
city; for what object we are not informed.
HON. EDGAR A. COWAN, of Westmoreland
county, is now in this city, stopping at Herr's
Hotel. He is a gentleman of distinguished
ability, a gallant Republican, and did effective
service in the late campaign. Mr. COWAN is a:
prominent candidate for United States Senator.
He designs remaining in the city until to-mor
CHANGE OF PROGRAMME.—Bev. Dr. Bishop, of
the Locust street Methodist church, having
preached hie Thanksgividg sermon last Sunday
morning, the meeting announced for Thursday
evening is intended to be simply a social prayer
meeting. The musical treat to which we in
vited our readers will not, therefore, be given
by the Choir on that occasion. Our announce
ment yesterday was the result of a misunder
THANKSGIVING BENEFIT SUIT EE.—On the
evening of Thanksgiving day a Supper will be
served up in Brant's Hall by the ladies connect
ed with St. Patrick's congregation, the proceeds
to be applied to the purchase of furniture for
the new parsonage recently erected for Rev. P.
Maher, pastor of the church. The State Capi
tal Band have been engaged to furnish music
for the occasion, and we feel assured that all
who attend will enjoy themselves, and be en
tertained in the very best style. The supper
will comprise all the delicacies of the season,
prepared by ladies who are thoroughly familiar
with the culinary art.
SMALL CREATURES.—Among the papers pub-
Babes' in costly style by the Smithsonian Insti
tute at Washington, is one . on the microscopic
plants and animals which live in the human
body. It describes quite a number of insects.
The animal which produces the disease called
the itch is illustrated by an engraving half an
inch in diameter, which shows not only the
ugly little fellow's body and legs, but his very
toes, although the animal himself is entirely
invisible to the naked eye. When Lieutenant
Berryman was sounding the ocean, preparatory
to laying the Atlantic telegraph, the quill at
the end of the sounding line brought up mud,
which, on being dried, became a powder so fine
that, on rubbing it between the thumb and
finger, it disappeared in the crevices of the
skin. On placing this dust under the micro
scope, it was discovered to consist of millions of
shells, each of which had a living animal.
EDITORIAL VISIT.—OUT young and good look
ing editorial brother, EDWARD W. CURED:WI,
Esq., of the Shippensburg News, paid a flying
visit to this city last evening, and called at our
sanctum, He is a clever gentleman, wields
the pen of a ready writer, and publishes a Lava
paper. The last issue of the News - contains our
item relative to Gen. CAmeßon and the Cabinet,
which Mr. CURRIDRN endorses as follows :
The above article we find in a recent issue of
the HARRlsarato TELEGRAPH and take pleasure
in heartily endorsing every syllable of it. Gen.
Cameron was the choice of Pennsylvania for the
Presidency, and his friends did every thing which
honorable men could do to secure his nomina
tion at Chicago, but when it was found that
their efforts in his behalf would be fruitless, his
delegates wheeled into line and did perhaps
more than those of any other State to bring
about the nomination of Mr. Lincoln, and no
man in the Union seconded that nomination
with a heartier good will than did Mr. Camer
on. It would be but justice to him and the
State which claims him as one of her worthiest
sons, and brightest ornaments, to give him a
seat in the new Cabinet. A man of his business
qualifications could not fail to manage the af
fairs either of the Treasury or the Post Office
with both profit and honor to the nation. In
either Department, he would administer the af
fairs confided to his care in such a manner as to
contribute his full share to make the President
ial term of Mr. Lincoln both popular and suc
cessful. In his private relations he has
been eminently successful, and as a public
servant, no man has surpassed him in de
votion to the interests of the people whom he .
represents. As a Senator, he has not confined
his labors to the advancement of the interests
of his own State exclusively, but has labored
zealously to advance the interests of every sec
tion of the Union. If Mr. Lincoln wit( call
around him such men as Gen. gemeron, he will
leave the Presidential chair honored and re
spected by every honest man in the nation, and
posterity will point to his as a model adminis
Bums lamomo.—The following bills of in
dictment were presented to the Grand Jury of
this county, last week, and ignored :
Com. vs. Philip Ensminger—False pretence.
County for costs.
Com. vs. Conrad Miller—Fraudulent voting
County for costs.
Com. ye. John Markley—Larceny
Cora. TB. Joseph Markley—Libel. County
Corn. vs. Henry Patton—Assault and bat _
ery. County for costs.
Corn. vs. J. R. Yemble—Assault and battery.
Corn. vs. Thos. J. Harris--Assault and bat-
Corn. vs. Mary Etery—l3awdy house.
Van Riper, the prOsecutrix, to pay costs.
Com, vs. Eliza Henny, Adeline Freeman,
Nancy Weeks, Mary Cole, Margaret Hill, Ro
bert Scott and Amelia Gleason —Riot. County
Cora. vs. George Brown—Larceny.
Corn. vs. John Miller—County for costs.
Com. vs. Martin Weaver—Selling liquor to
drunkards. Prosecutor to pay costs.
Com. vs. Jerome Long. Henry Lyne, prose
cutor, to pay costs.
Com. vs. Lewis Long, Jacob Long and Jerome
Long. Daniel Horker, prosecutor, to pay
Cora. vs. Wm. M'Kissiek, Sam'l Freeborn,
Samuel Wright, Jacobs—Riot. County
for docket costs.
Com. vs. John Lemon—Assault and battery
Prosecutor to pay costs.
Com. vs. John Solomon—Assault and bat
tery. Joseph C. Wieatling, prosecutor, to pay
Com. vs. Pemberton Hooper, John Vogel
son and John M'Dermot.
Com. vs.. Mary Gooden—Larceny:
Com. vs. Charles Anderson—Bigamy.
Com. vs. Catharine 'Rose—Assault and bat
tery. Emma Brady, prosecutor, to pay costs.
Com. vs. Geo. W. King-- 7 .4sault and battery.
Elisabeth King, prosecutor to pay coots.
pentumluania Chitty ittelegrap4, Zuesbav 'Afternoon, November 27, 1860.
ARRIVALS.—Last evening John Franklin of
Philadelphia, and Joseph Ward of Carlisle, ar
rived in this city. The former was en route
for Pittsburg, and the latter for Philadelphia.
Both being out of funds, they were lodged in
the vagrant asylum at the expense of the city.
CAmERoN GITAIID.—An effort is being made to
revive this handsome military corps for the in
auguration occasion. Hope it will be success
ful. It would be a disgrace to the Capital City
not to have a company here to receive the visit
ing military. Let our young men take an inter
est in this matter, and swell the ranks of the
` , Guard," so as to make a creditable turn-out
on inauguration day.
ANOTHER OLD CITIZEN GONE.—It is our melan
choly duty to anuounce the death of another
old and respected citizen of Harrisburg, Mr.
JANES GALLATIEB, who departed this life yester
day, after a lingering illness, in the seventieth
year of his age. The deceased has resided here
for many years, was a worthy citizen, a consist
ent and zealous Christian, and highly esteemed
by all who knew him. He was a soldier in the
war of 1812, and served his country faithfully.
Peace to his ashes! The time of the funeral
will be announced to-morrow.
CAUSE AND EFFECT.—Last night two young
men, while returning home from a lager beer
shop where they had been playing dice and
drinking to intoxication, got into a "muss" by
the way, and a damaging fight was the result.
One charged the other with having played a
"foul game"—angry words were exchanged,
and hard blows followed. We saw one of the
combatants this morning, with both eyes
shrouded in mourning, and presenting a very
dilapidated appearance generally. The young
men alluded to have long been intimate friends.
But they "put an enemy to their mouths to
steal away their brains," and a bitter personal
quarrel was the result ; to be followed, proba
bly, by a total reverence of the social ties which
have heretofore bound them together. So much
for frequenting lager beer shops and imbibing
that delectable beverage.
Oan Pumso &imm—Many people suppose
that the duties of City Councilmen consist in
attending weekly or monthly meetings ; and
some add to the other privileges supposed to be
enjoyed by members, a eatery; while others
suppose there is some plan by which they are
able to make money, not known to the outer
world. But people who have a knowledge cf
the office and its multifarious duties know that
it is a job that they would not like to under
take, and the consequence is that there is fre
quently trouble to get the proper men to serve,
and others have to be put in nomination that
know less of the office than the office knows of
them. Fortunately they are not often elected:
Without mentioning names, we could proceed
to pick out men in our present Council who
have proved, by their faithfulness to their
charge, that they would grace the hall of the
House either at Harrisburg or Washington, if
devotion to the interests of their constituents hi
a criterion of capacity. But where all have done
well, it would be invidious to particularize ; and
we merely allude to the matter now so that our
citizens generally may give the matter a little
serious attention, mark those who are conspic
uous in their devotion to the interests of the
city, and endeavor to retain them in their
places. The right man in the right place is in
valuable ; while an incompetent man often does
more harm in one session of Council than he
can mend during the rest of his term, even
provided he was conscious of his dereliction.
THANKSGIVING SUPPEK—The proprietor of the
Exchange Restaurant, Mr. Crrenixs nuns, will
serve up a Grand Supper at ten o'clock on
Thanksgiving night. Tickets fifty cents.—
Lunch all day. Call and luxuriate. 2t f.
Jona Baown's invasion of Virginia has been
a very severe trial to nervous persons living
at the South. A free dissemination of Dr.
Ham's Invigorating Spirit would do more to
qniet their nerves and bring about a better state
of feeling in that quarter, than any other in
strumentality. It would pay the mercantile
community in New York, which has a southern
trade, to buy it by the hundred gross, and give
it away in that quarter.
GREAT Aanivez of new and cheap goods ; a
splendid and large assortment just opened.—
Beautiful styles of new De Lanes ; 100 pieces
of new Colicos splendid colors 10 cents ; 60
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 85 and 76 cents ; 60
dozen Wool Socks 20 cents; Black Alapacka
Shawls, Cloaks, Cambric Bands, Flanels, Dry
Goods of all descriptions ; 10 pieces black Cloth
for Cloaks. Please call and examine our large
assortment, S. LEWY, at John Road's old stand.
Musicsi.—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 hand, at Wm. Natocules Music store,
92 Market street.
THE PALMETTO COCILADE.—This distinctive
badge of the fire-eaters of South Carolina, is
thus described :—lt is about three inches in
diameter, a blue rosette surrounded with slips
of the Palmetto form the centre, and the lower
part of the circle encloses a veritable brace of
twelve rattles of the rattlesnake. The motto
is, "When I make a noise I strike—Death
rather than dishonor." The button fastening
the cockade has upon it the representation of a
Palmetto tree, with the motto, "Animas assi
busque parati." If they can fnd rattlesnakes
enough to furnish cockades for all hands, South
Carolina must be rather a pleasant country to
SECESSION.-- A SIGNIFICANT. Faser.—We have it
from the best authority that a large military
equipment house in Philadelphia, for some
considerable time after the first talk of seces
sion, received lettere from the South inquiring
the cost per man of such equipment. The
house went to considerable trouble in making
out various estimates according to the form or
nature of the information sought, and - inveritit"
bly replied to their many correspondents. The
range of cost was from forty to fifty dollars per
man. They have never receivai an order in re
sponse from either individual or 'company. Forty
'dollars was too much to pay for a whim.—lfew
York Commercial eltivertieer.
New York Money Market.
NEW YORK, November 27.
The money market is easier but unelmng,d
Stocks lower, but better after the Board.
New York Coffee Market•
Thar YORK, November 27
The coffee market is depressed ; 3,700 bags
of Rio were offered at auction this morning, of
which 950 bags were sold at 144141--average
price 13i, being a decline of iCaacts.
Secession Feeling in Mississippi.
JACKSON, Miss_ Nov. 26
The Legislature organized to-day, and the
message of thti Governor was read._lts tone is
uncompromising for secession, and the mem
bers appeared to be unanimous on the same
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH,
PHILADEDPRIA, Nov. 27
Flour dull; superfine fiour nominal at $5 00;
extias at $6 317(g45 50 ; extra family at
$$ 624®5 87, and fancy at $6 00(§,6 75.
Wheat is limited ; demand sales of red at $1 22
GU 23, and white at $1 28. Corn dull at
64c for yellow, Whisky deli at 19ic®20c.
Nzw Yong, Nov. 27
Flour quiet.. Sales of 6,600 bbls. State and
Southern uncanged ; Ohio $5 15g$5 50.
Wheat quiet; sales 15,000 bushelsat $l-16 for
Milwaukee Club; $1 30 for common white
western; $1 40 for Southern choice. Corn
quiet; mixed 66c. Provisions dull. Whiskey
dull. Receipts of flour, 14,200 bbls. Wheat,
25,446 bushels. Corn, 43,344 bushels.
BALTIMORE, Nov, 27.
Flour firm ; Howard street and Ohio $5, city
mills $4 76 for cash and $5 25 on time. Wheat
dull at $1 05®1 15 for red and $1 20(41 45
for white. Corn dull at 55@58c. for new, 60
@63 for old white and yellow. Provisions
dull and nominal. Coffee steady. Whisky
dull at 19 ®2oc.
DR. JAS. MCCLINTOCK'S PECTORAL SYRUP
calms the most harrassing cough, relieves the oppressed
lungs, and irritated throat, loosens and brings away by
painless expectoration the matter which clogs the wind
pipe and bronchial tubes, regulates the excited pulse,
nvites rest, and removes every symptom of Conßlimp
ion. Price $1 00. Sold by 060. Beni s.
frer DE. JAS. MCCLINTOCK'S PECTORAL SYRUP.
Are your lungs weak? Does a leug breath give you pain?
Have you a hacking cough? Do you expectorate hard,
ough matter? Are you wasted with night sweats and
want of sleep? li' so, mu= is 'Yowl tumor. It will un
questionably save you, Price ElOO. Sold by Gscalos
BRYAN'S TASTELESS VERMIPUGE
• Tbe riot • -
Or,worms—the vile scourges
The Vermifuge give,
dud, as sure as you live,
They'll get their discharges.
What is It it YA II Viustwoos ? Simply a pare and
tasteless Vegetable Curative. No child can be harmed
by it,:bo wdrm cam survive it, no mother should be
withodi it, no words can dexpress its value. Price 26
cents. Sold by t}so..Baaovsa. /720
Paop. WOOD'S HATA 11D3TORATINV.—This Re
storative for malting the hair grow, stopping its falling
cut, and restoring gray hair to its original color, is be
coming celebrated. All the quack nostrums are giving
way before it. three iburths of the mixtures for re
storing and beautifying the hair, do it more injury than
good. They burn it up—destroy the life of its roots—
make the hair fall off, and produce premature baldness.
But Prof. Wood's; Restorative may be relied upon as con
taining nothing which can in any manner be injurious to
the hair, while its success in accomplishing what it pre
tends to do has been verified in hundreds of cases. We
advise gray heads, and heads getting bald—all who wish
to save their wool or obtain a new stock, to get a bottle
of Wood's Restorative —N.Y. Dsmoerai.
Sold by all Druggists. nol9-1m
MOTHERS, READ Tars.—The following is an
extract from a letter written by the pastor of a Baptist
church to the "Journal and Messenger," Cincinnati,
Ohio, and speaks volumes in favor of that world-re
nowned medicme—birs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup for
Children Teething: -
"We see an advertisement In your column of Mrs.
Winslow's Soothing Syrup Now we never said a word
in favor of a patent medicine before in our life, but we
feel compelled to say to our readers, that this is no hum
bug—we have tried it, and know id to be all iC claims. It
le, probably, one of the most successful 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. au22
Davis' Pain Killer.
NO MEDICINE is more prom pt in itS action in
cases of Cholera, Cholera Morbue, acc., than Perry Davis'
Pain Killer. It is the acknowledged antidote which sel
dom fails it applied in its early symptoms. No family
should be without a bottle of it always on hand.
The stain on linen from the ueo of the Pain Killer is
easily removed by washing in alcohol.
Davis' Pain Killer seems particularly efficacious In
cholera morbus,•bowel complaints, and other diseases to
which the natives of Burmah, from their unwholesome
style of living, are peculiarly exposed. It is a valuable
antidote to the poison of Centipedes, Scorpions, hornets;
&c. REV. J. BENJAMIN,
Late Missionary in Burmab.
Sold by all druggists, grocers and medicine dealers
throughout the United States and Canadas. n18•lm .
Tag Mronrr HEALBIL—Let not disease, with
its fangs, prey.upon you, until the cold band of deathi
hurls you to an untimely grave. Shake off the teelings
of despair and hopelessness, so liable to come upon the
invalid. The plant born of the Sun we place within the
reach of all. We care not whit may may be the specific
form of the disease. The cause, the fountain of the dis
ease itself, is Impure blood, and through the different
channels of the lungs, the stomach and vital organs,
JUDSON'S MOUNTAIN HERB PILLS will pass, ming
ling with the blood, searsh cut and grasp and then ex
pel, all hurtful poison that there is in it. Thus cleanse
the blood by a few doses of these pins, and disease, to
any form, will dissipate and vanish. As the Sun, with
its glorious biome first causes the morning dew to riseas
mist, then growing stronger, casts his burning rays up.
on itand behold 'tie gone—co cleanse the blood, and '
disease, like morning dew, retreats and vanishes. There
IHERBPILLs no blood
S. purifier equal to JUDSON'S MOUNTAIN
Sold by all medicine deale-s. nol6-1m
firWE call the attention of our readers to an
article advertised in another column, called BLOOD Focal
It is an entirety new discovery, and mustnot be outmod
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 and natural in action, and
what one gales he retains. Let all those, then, who are
suffering from poverty, impurity or deficiency of blood,
and consequently with some chronic disease or ailment,
take of this Bioon FOOD and be restored tolealth. We
notice that our Druggists have received a supply of this
article, and also of the world-renowned Dr. FAWN'S ler.
warm Coons, which every mother should have. It
is said to contain no paregoric or opiate of any kind
whatever, and of course mast be invaluable tor all infan
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
n urses who have endured anxious days and sleepless
n gate, procure a supply.and be atone relieved.
sairisee advertisement. an2-tfeb6
For sale by C. A. Bannvart, sole agent, Harrisburg, Pa
A NEW AND FINE ASSORTMENT
Law . TRAVELLING
S. H PPIN G ,. ' BAGS
At all Orteestroi Bale et` ' ' '
N. Market Street
DB. MGCLINTOCE'B COLD AND COMM MIXTURE,
tha established and standard remedy for Cough, Cold,
Influenza, Hoarseness, and alt irritations of the mucous
membrane of the throat, palate and nose, is endorsed by
physicians, sad all who have used it, as a preparation
that has no rivet in the field. Price 25 cents. :old by
George Bergner. jy2O
W. A. BATCHELOR'S HAIR DYE!
THIS SPLENDID HAIR DYE has no
equal—instantaneous in effect—Beautiful Black or
Natural Brown—co staining the skin or injuring the
Hair—remedies the absurd and ill effect of Bad Dyes, and
Invigorates the Hair for life. None are genuine unless
signed "W. A. Batchelor " Sold everywhere.
CHAS. BATCHELOR, Proprietor.
81 Barclay Street, New York.
From the New York Times, August 3, 1859
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE.—Prepared Glue:
a very useful and convenient article for housekeepers
and othors, is '‘Spalding's Prepared Glue." la Is me of
those inventions, small in themselves, which, never
theless, go far in the economies of household manage
ment, and are an ever-present aid In saving time, ex
pense and trouble. The number of small repairs to,fur
nitui e, picture-frames, crockery, children's toys, lea.
ther, shell and other fancy work, witb the almost innu
merable uses to which in every household a really good
and ever-ready article of this kiwd may be applied, will
at once suggest themselves to the ladies. Damaged
book•covers, loosened leaves, dilapidated maps and her
bariums, will remind the student and book-worn of its
value. This Glue is compounded with chemicals which
hold it permanently in &dation until it is applied. with- I
out. affecting Its strength, and which serve to give the ad- '
hesive matter a firmer ho:d on the surfaces to be united,
after which they quickly evaporate, leaving the glue to
harden with rapidity and tenacity. It is estimated that
there are at beast five millions of households in the
United States, and that an outlay of from one to ten dol
lars is annually required to make small repairs to furni
ture alone, apart from the numerous neglects and make
shifts that aro necessarily resorted to.
HAIR DYE HAIR DYE !
WM. A. BATCHELOR'S HAIR DYE!
The Original and Best in the World I
A LL others are - mere imitations, and
should be avoided, if you wish to escape ridicule,
GRAY, RFD, or RUSTY HAIR DYED Instantly to a
beautiful and Natural Brown or Black, without injury to
the Hair or Skin.
FIFTEEN AIRDALS AND DIPLOMAS have been award
ed to Was. A. BATCHELOR since 1839, and over 80,000 ap
plications have been made to the Hair of the Patrons of
his famous dye.
WM. A. BACHELOR'S HAIR DYE produces a color
-not to be distinguished from nature, and is waantarren
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 Life by this Splendid Dye.
Sold in 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 sidw., of each Box, of Wir..
Gan A. BACHELOR. Address,
CHARLES BATCIIELOR, PitoParrrou,
marl2-lowly 81 Barclay street, New York.
IMPORTANT TO ,FEMALES.
DR. CHEESMAN'S . PILLS,
Prepared by Cornelius L. Cheesemah, M. D.,
SEW YOBS CITY.
?THE 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 blenstruations, removing all ob •
structions, whether from cold or Otherwise, headache,
pain in the side, palpitation of the heart, whites, all ner
vous affections, hysterics, fatigue, pain in the back and
limbs, &c., disturbed sleep, which arise from Interruption
T 3 MARRIED LADLES,
Dr. Cheeseman's Pills are invaluable, as they will bring
on the monthly period with regularity. Ladies who have
been disappointed in the use of other Pills can place the
utmost confidence in Dr. Cheesemau's Pills doing all that
they represent to do.
- - -
There irtinc condition of the female system in which the
Pals cannot be taken without producing a PECULIAR
ItESOLI. The condition referred to is PREGNANCY—
the result, MISCARRIAGE. Such is the wrinistade
tendency of the medicine to restore he sexual functions to a
normal cendition, that sten the reproductive power of
nature cannot resist it.
%Warranted purely vegetable, and free from anything
injurious, Explicit directions, which should be read, ac
company each box. Price $l. Sent by mall on enclosing
$1 to Da. Comaims L. Culatixtux, Box 4,531, Post Office,
New York City.
Sold by one Druggist in every town in the United Sts,tes
R. B. HUTCHINGS,
General Agent for the United States,
14 Broadway, New York,
To whom all Wholesale orders should be addr,,ot
Sold in Harrisburg by C. A. illararvanr.
THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY
SIR JAMES CLARKE'S
CELEBRATED FEMALE PILLS.
Prepared from a Prescription of Sir J. Clarke, N. D.,
Physician Extraordinary to the Queen.
This invaluable medicine is unfitiling In the cure of all
thesd 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 peculiarly suited. It will, in a short time, bring on
the monthly period with regularity.
Each bottle, price One Dollar, bears the Government
Stamp of Great Britain, to prevent Counterfeits.
These Pills should net be taken by females during the
FIRST THREE llfol7THSof Pregnancy, asthey are sure
to bring on Miscarriage, but at any other time they are
In all cases of Nervous and Spinal Affections, Pain in
the Back 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 al-
though a powerful remedy, do not contain iron, calomel,
antimony, or any thing hurtful to the constitution.
Full directions in the pamphlet around each package,
which should bo carefully preserved.
N. 8.—51.00 and 6 postage stamps enclosed to any au
thorized Agent, will insure a bottle, containing 50 Pills,
by return mail.
For etas by C. A. BANIMART. iy9 dawly
BIIY TEE BEET.
Cik X ZOT MAC -
SALT RHEUM AND SCROFULA,
SALT RHEUM, SCROFULA, SCALD IV D,
FEVER SORES, RING-WORMS, BAR
BERS' ITCH, AND ALL ITCHING
OR BURNING SORES,AND ERUP
TIONS OF THE SKIN.
This Ointment bears no resemblance to ay of her es
ternal remedy at present before the world; The mode o
its operation is peculiar.
It penetrates to the basis of the disease—goes to its
very source—and cures it from the flesh beneath to the
skin on the surface.
Other outward applications for Scrofula, Salt Rheum,
&c., operate dewnward, thus driving the disorder inwards,
and often occasioning terrible internal maladies.
NOILTO.VS envimsyr, on the contrary, throws the poison
of the disease vyward, and every particle of it is dis
charged throe the pores.
Thus the cures it effects is complete. Not only are the
sores healed—the eruptions removed—the swellings re
duCed—but the seeds of the disease,are expelled from the
flesh ; consequently there can be no relarse.
Victims of ulcerous and eruptive complaints, who have
tried every professional mode of treatment and every ad
vertised curative without relief, here Is a certain, safe,
arid expeditious remedy for the evils yon endure. A
Ingle box will satisfy you of the truth of all that is here
Since its first introduction, the properties of the Oint,
mont have been tested in the most obstinate cases—cases
hat utterly defied the best medical skill in the country,
and upon which the most celebrated healing springs pro
duced no effect—and in every instance with every cue
Sf3sl in Large Bottles—Priee 50 Cents.
GERRIT NORTON, Chemist, Proprietor, New York
WHOLESALE DRPOT AT
PENFOLD, PARKER & MOWER'S,
Wholesale Druggists, lb Beekman st.,
Bold by Gao.Thiatkum, Harrisburg, Pa.
FO YS, BASKETS AND FANCY GOODS
JOHN DOL L,
No. 120 North Second. Street, above Arch,
..._ . PHILADELPHIA.
JIIST RECEIVED at -his NEW . STORE
a very large assortment of TOYS of every descrip
tion. Also, FANCY BASKETS, WORK BOXES, Tobacco
:Sores, Segar 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.
.1111r - Please call and examine my stock. s2.o.datB
IT is compounded entirely from Gums,
and has become an established fact, a Standard Medi
cine, known and approvedia by all that have used it,
and is now resorted toaktwith confidence in all the
diseases for which it is re - IQ commended.
It has cured thousands E t within the last two years
who had given up all hopes of relief, as the numerous
unsolicited certificates in ' 4 4 my possession show.
The dose must beadapt- a t ed to the temperament oft
the individual taking it,and C used In such quantal.'■ ar
to act gently on the bowels.
Let the dictates of your %a judgment. guide you In hit
Use of the LIVER INVIOO- t 4 RaTOR, and it will cure
LIVER COMPLAINTS, BILLIOO. pi ATTACKS, DTEPEPRIA,CMscuI.
10 Iheßanort, Smut= Com- tik Planers, Dramas; DROP
SY Sorra Bronson, Haan- 11 CAL Commesess, emu;
enoutes Atomics Clicessa •-• Isrsavon, Fice re a en,
JAUNDICE FEMALS WEAK- 2111=9, and may be ARM
successhilly as an °EDINA- RY FAMILY MEDICIMV; It
will cureSICE READACHI ra (as thousands can Utility)
rt./ tient= Mutoir.s, IF TWOI
TAKEN at commencement o
ALL IMO LTE/T AHe GM
sg-Hlx Water in the month with the In.
Ingorator, and mallow both together.
PRIOR OAR DOLLAR PER BOMB.
Pm VEGETABLE EXTRACTS, AND PIT/
UP IN GLASS CASES, AIR TIGHT, AND
WILL KEEP IN ANY ornf
The FAMILY WHAM. •
active Cathartic which the CO
practice more than twenty ,a
The constantly increas- --
have long used the PILLS Iml ,
all express In regard to 1.4
to place them within the n.
The Profession well know '-'
On diflerent portions of the ...
The FAMILY °ATHA& ‘l l
ference to this well estab- F 4
dod from a variety of th El
which act alike on every ...
nal, and are good and safe Pi
thartic is needed, such .temi
Sleepiness Pains in rterm
Pain and Soreness over ise.ffl
or weight in the head, 141;7
Worms in Children or . 44- H
Purifier of the Blood, and r d
flesh is heir, too numerous - "E
tasement. Doss, Ito 3. C.)
PRICE 30 CENTS.
ME LIVER INVIGORATOR AND FAILIDI CATIUSIr•
IO Pau are retailed by Druggists gonerally,and
sold wholesale by the Trade in all the large
S. T. W. SANFORD, M. D.,
Manufacturer and Proprietor s
je2o-dawyi] 335 Broadway, New York.
;;TON ICA I UR ETIC;
, ±: e I DYSIPIE:___,O,. O tt'
NVICORAT —A riCt _CORDIAL
To the Citizens of New Jersey and
Apothecaries, in,“f e igists, 4.A -racers and
Wolfe's Pure Cognac Brandy.
Wolfe's Pure Binderla, Sherry and Port
Wolfe's Pure Jamaica and St. Croix Rum
Wolfe's Pure Scotch and Irish WhitsKr
ALL IN BOTTLES
I bey. leave to call the attention of the citizens of the
UnitedEtates to the above WINES and LIQUORS, impanel
by Udolpto Wolfe, of New York, whose.) name is lam:-
liar in every part of this country for the purity of hi;
celebrated SORILDAM ECEINAPPS. Mr. Wolfe, in his letter
to me, speaking of the purity of hie WINES and LIQUORE,
Bays : "I will stake my reputation as a man, my stand
ma 'is a merchant of thirty years' res.denee in the City
of New York, that all the BRANDY and Wine which I
bottle are pure as imported, and of the best quality, anti
can be relied upon by every purchaser." Every bottle
has the proprietor's name on the wax, and a tee simile
of his signature on the certificae. Tue public are te
spectfully invited to call and examine for themselves.—
For sole at Retail by all Apothecaries and Grocers In
Philadelphia. GEORGE M. ASHTON,
No. 833 Starks tt. Philatlt lohia.
Sole Agent for Philadelphia.
Read the following from the New'York Courier :
ENORMOUS Business FOR ONE New YORK SIERCRFNT.—
We are happy to Inform our fellow-citizens that there Is
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 description of this
merchant's extensive business, although it will well re
pay any stranger or citizen to visit Udolpho Wolfe's ex
tensive Warehouse, Nos. 18. 10 and 22 Beaver street,
and Nos. 17, 19 and 21, Mar. etfleld etreet His stock ot
Schnapps on baud ready for shipment could not have
been less than thirty thousand eases; the Brandy, Borne
ten thousand. cases — Vintages of 1836 to 1858 ; and ten
thousand cases of Madeira, Sherry and Port Wine,
Scotch and Irish Whisky, Jamaica and St. Croix Rum,
some very old and equal to any in this country. Ha also
had three large cellars, tilted with Brands-, Wino_ in
casks, under Custom House key, ready for bottling. Mr.
Wolfe's sales of Schnapps last, year amounted to one
huudred and eighty thousand dozen, and we hope in l ea
than two years he may he equally ouccessful with his
Brrndies and pries.
His linsines3 merits the patronage of every lover of his
species. Private families who wish pure Wines and
tiquers for medical use should send their Orders direct
to Mr. Wolfe, until every Apothecary in the land make
up their minds to discard the poisonous stud' from their
shelves, and replace it with Wolfe's pure Wise; arid
We understand Mr. Wolfe, for the accommodation of
small dealers in the country, puts up assorted cases of
Wines and Liquors. Such a man, and such a merchant,
should be sustained against his tens of thousands of op
ponents in the United States, who sell nothing but imita
tions, ruinous alike to health and human happiness.
C. K. Keller, 91 Market street, sole agent for this cit.
HEL1111301,131 , S Grnan VINE PREPAILATION
Cures Gravel, Bladder, Dropsy, Kiduey Affections.
UELSIBULD'S Domino Preparation fur Nervous and
1.1. Debilitated Sufferers.
HEL 518OLD'S Geom.° Preparation tor Lobs of Power,
Loss of Memory.
HELMBOLD'S Genuirus Preparation for Difficulty or
Breathing, General Weakness.
HLiELSIBOLD , S Genuine Preparation for Weak Nerves,
Et=n-ror of Death. Trembling.
ELDLISULLPS tieuuluo eparedion fur
Cold Feet, Dimness of Vision.
u ELJABOLu'S Genuine Preparation for Languor, UM
JL versa' Lassitude or the Muscular System.
ELSIGOLD'S Genuine Preparation for raind Counte
nance and Eruptions.
lIEIot.IIGLD'S Genuine ?reparation tor Pain in a
Bac't, Headache, Sick Stomach.
Alkir'See advertisement beaded
lIEL.I.IBOLD'S ESURACr BUCHU
in another column.
FU B SI
To selectfrom a largo stock of Furs, •
GU TO CATHCART'S.
To Bee and buy nice new Furs, -
GO, TO CATHCART'S.
To get any kind of Fors you may wish,
GO TO CATHCART'S.
To purchase Furs without any risk; -
GO : TO C 4THCART'S.
To have Furs guaranteed to be'ha they are , repre
sented, GO TO CATHCART'S.
To dad the largest, best and cheapest lot of Furs of
CALL ON CATHCART & BROTHERS,
No. 14 Market Square,
nl9 Next door to the Harrisburg Bank.
COTTAGE_ FURNITURE, iu Chamber
Nj Snits, containing Dressing Bureau, Bedsteads, Wash
stand, Table, Four Chairs, and a Rooting Chair, from
$23 to $4O a suit.
Bureaus and Bedsteads from $4 56 to $lO 50, - and -
other articles at equally low figures, at the Ware Rooms
of JA ORS R. fflyo & SON,
-n016.111m . 29 szooth tlears
.4.. NE BEAT Cliaittß.--ITher itti 6 est and
' , Li best variety, fifty (Efferent styles and pastern, front
$6 to $lB a set. Also, locker's Spring Bed Bottom, the
best in use—only s6—at
JAMBS R. BOYD & SOWS.
29 South Seeond &met, next to Bell's Store.
Oa THREE Tzenroonrrissii
mo. their testimony in tts
TIC PILL is a gentle bit
proprietor has used Lti hie
Mg demand from those who
and the satisfaction with*
their use, has induced ma
reach of all.
that different Ctithartles het
TIC PILL has, with duo re
lished fact, been compoan.
purest Vegetable rattracts,
part of the alimentary ca
in all cases where a Ca-
Derangements of Stomach,
Back and Loins, Costiveness
many ds R to a
T g h r i e c a k t
to mention In this o Ivor*