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..i.hict!nors Gala!' tho diseuptinuance of their neW6-
the puldizner may continue to bead until
orrearages are paid.
if subscribers neglect or retina to take tneir
from the wave to which they are directed, ihes . are
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HELMBOLD'S HELM BOLD'S
HELM BOLD'S HELM BOLD,'S
Extract Buchu, Extract Buchu,
Extract Buchu, Extract Buchu,
Extract Buchu, Extract Buchu,
Extract Buchu, Extract Buchu,
Extract Buchu, Extract Maim,
Extract Buchu, Extract Buchu,
Extract Buctin., Extract Buchu,
FOR .SECRET 8c DELICATE DISORDERS
FOR SECRET 4. DELICATE DISORDERS
1171? SECRET $r DELICATE DISORDERS.
FOR SECRET 81 DELICATE DISORDERS.
}OR SECRET 8 1 DELICATE DLsORDEIiS.
FUR SECRET 4- DELICATE DISORDERS.
NR SACHET 4- DELICATE DI3ORLERS.
A P.-sitive and Spec fin Remedy
A Pi isitive and Specific Remf•dy
A Positive and Specific Remedy
A Positive and Specific Reined' ,
A Positive and Sp. cific Remedy
A Positive and Specific Remedy
A Positive and Specific Remedy
vo DI EASES I F TIIR
11 , 4DDR; GRAVEL KIDEREV, DRoPsr,
Pid.GDER, GRA V,L, KID A RE% DRuP,sY,
,BLADDER, GRAVEL, ELDIVEYA LIWPSY,
lILADIaIi. GRAVEL, JUL'AEYd DROPSZ,
) 1 1,ALI, ER, 61241 7 EL, X.10.1%R.F5: DhUP...I",
73LAD.D.81%, GRAVEL, RID A Er,, DROPSY,
ILLADIcre, 0 H VAL, XID ?Et'. DR6.11.Y.7;
ORGANIC WEAKNESS, _
And a11.D.1V56. of ..'exual Glrdani,
And all Diseases of Sawa tlf
4,d all Ifisla,en of S•xual ()nano,
And all Ancor or &ma! Orgaxio t
dna cat Dissas.3, of zezu
4,4 an Di 408.3 of ...eauat Or;ans,
Excesses, Exposures, and Laprudencies in Life,
Excesses, Exposures, and Imprudencies in Life,
Excesses, Exposures, aLd Imprudeacies in Life,
Excesses, Exposures, and imprudencies in Life,
Excesses, Exposures, and Ituprudencies in Life,
Excesses, Exposures, and /mprudencies in Life,
From whatever muss originating, and whOther ex
MALE OR FRMiLLIE:.
Pondes,..take no more Mel They are of no avail far
OemiAdipte incident to the sex. Use
Extinct Rath it;
ifelmboWs Nxtraor. Beebe Is a Medkine isbieh 1A nor
tech, plessaut lu it 4
Tone and Odor,
Bet Immediate in its setiort ; giving , Besith and Vigor to,
tee risme, Blount to the redid edit:ea, 'and restoring tine'
patiast tot. i effect state or
FPI; A LI H AND 'PURITY
hembold's 'smarm; pasha is
,pr pared according to
Pharioaoy and Cheichiry, sud it Ire'oribed anLiussalbr_,
'she Host Eminent Physicians.'
Delay no longer. I recur() t o remedy at CAM
loritx. $1 per OM's.. or sis for O.
Duot 10. Synth Tonllo etrvet, Ptilailelphla.
Beware ef Thiprlikelpltd Dealers
drying to palm off their own or other articles of StirSCRII
OA the teputa gun attained by
Idiot ntbottl's Extract 'lnaba"
The Original nod only °clinks.
We (more to run on the
Merit. of our Article!
Is worthless—is sold at tenon lees rates and
etausteeicadi, consequently paying a mud' better pcodt.
W e Defy Competition I
A 't for
ilelmbold's Extract Buchu.
Take no %ben
liold by 11, W. Gros.;
.& Co. and all druggists every
JOHN B. BLIITEI'S
BOOT & SHOE STORE,
CORNER. SECOND AND WALNUT STS.,
- Harrisburg, Pa.
A LWAYS on hand a large assortment of
L - 11. NAV, :Horst?, hAlTgrce., kc , tiro v.ry best
ItlantLe fur lame?, gentlemen, and chUdri
Prlcei to mit the times. all kinos of liOftli MAW 20
the brat sfyleby bu oi/or • vioa kraa a
.141".HIHHO Mine avehort nonce.'
eetlo4lll JOHN H. 8111TH, Harrisburg.
ADOLPH I'. TEIJi'SER,
WOULD respectfully inform his old
patrons and the public generally, that he Will
COMM 40 to give instructions on the PLANO FORTE, MR.
Lthikt/N, VIOLIII and also in the science of THOROUGH
Hk4lll, Hi will veil pleasure wait upon pupils at, their
holm* at any nour desired, or legnons will he givenat
his residence, is Third street, a few doors below the
German nefurmed Church. deulb.dti
AUG USTLN E L. VIIM(NE.
OARPEN TER AND BUILDER.
igeßidenee No. 27 Aorth Second &red.
N. It—JOBBING AIIENDED TO.
W W. lI.AYS )
oleic :walnut it., between Second and
Thud, iLarnaborg, Pa.
DR. T. J. MILES,
SURGEON DENTI - ST,
Vik , B4 liis services to the citizens of
" 1 / 4 .), Aarratbur g anti its vicinity. lie aolioits a snare of
She palate patronage, anti we assurance that his 'best
endeavors shill be given to render eatiafattion in 1113'pro•
f on y ou . Being an do, watt tone dentist, he Weis um in
aysting Ut. pantie generally to call on him, assuring
hem that they will not be dissatisfie d wilh hi. services
olni.No.-12Uttarkei...strer-i, the tense tortneriree
espied hy,litecto.h...gby, near the United iitittea Rotel,
IlartivOurEi • •• • ' •
Residence, Chestnut, 'Street near Fourth
• 0/21' 11•211122U20, r ENN A•
•• 12 2ti
. GEORGE FIb.IELER,. :.i
40f FEN 3 his' professional'servioeli' to'all
we sons having businese to be trawacted is the
a mral Cho rte of I.h..o.pbta coonly,.the.Labd,"Departaistit
of thlitAitato, or before the Bona of kroperiy. Having
boss siswemues In the practice of the Law, with his ibth:
fitr; SPUN A. klaall, he promises cilhgent and Garai al
I,lmkton loran profeisateuat husbaess entructod to $ oth
parlearcerher ol tweed laud Locust atraula, (oppilaite to
, - .haritcuo 00. narrlzo . ' 0..2e—
6TATE - latiTAL BANK.
AIIERO.N, COLDER, EBY 4 1c CO.
CORNER MOND AND WALNEU
• AR. Iki RUB;. PET(.
''''A„ FREE- fietT
Vaiku4,;7llo4 4locbeie , Fercuticertiimerzwo.
rootellottiii • HP I's' baud *LURE,
a's Market street, below Filth, Harrisburg, Ye
' i filli 7/
e o titl e :
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" A ..,,. ~. ,_
.., OLcritLf -- .. - Altiizti . ,lll. ',...gbailf .1:1.1
COAL! COAL!! COAL!!!
• NOW IS' . YOUR TIME
TO GET CL:EA.N-00ALI
Full Weight and Nothing Short of It!
riII:TANKFUL L TA MY FRIENDS AND
COSTOII.EI4 for thdir liberal , latronage, I would
ROW IDIOM them cud E.e..tr..11y, that 1 am
fally krek,arcd,.un short . uotic, &o supply tLein, wi.h all
ETYPERIOR COAL OF. LL san.
gi"FREE FROSI IRATE; -ANTI - CAREFULLY
SCREENED AT AS LOW•A - FIGURE AS
FAIR DEALING WILL AFFOED.
Althoughmy coat 14 eat weighed tu tars-wiciatizsa CAM
BUT IS We OIiED ON beiLle "ACOODATIFIX :MIND BY TRH
SEALIM. Or WAIMI2II AND /11./lAt URNS, and couuutuera Me}
rest aaured thut they will ho teal, and hones ty d att
wish I sett nuthlng but the very beet article, uud'uo
ALSO HICKORY, OAK and PINE WOOD, always on
band. - • ttal. P. WIr,STLIMi.
NOT .2.1.1 E FIRST ARRIVAL,
DIU AR DIVED IN DUE TIME TO BE
SOLD AT REDUCED PRICES,
LYEEN 8 -VALLEY STOVE COAL, $4O per ion.
‘. NETT t. 4.00
Also constantly on hand,
LYREN , B VALLEY BROKEN,
.` EGG, ,
CUPOLA. AND STEAMBOAT COAL,
No. 3 and 4,
Blacksmith Coal. Allegheny and Iltona. Top. Also,
Hickory, Oak and Pine Wood. B. BYERS.
No. 102 'Chestnut street.
AND PRESCRIPTION STORE
wm . W. ARMSTRONG, Prac
tical T ruggist and Chemist, would inform the
citizens of Harrisburg, that he has leased the store room
recently occ pied by Dr. lituilhll, and la now prepared
to furnish those who foil dist 4:tied to patronise him, with
pure and unadu terated Drugs and bledicices,su h as c4n
be retied open, hating had several yea' s caper' nee in
the Drug and Prescriptiou busifies4, he mo t respectfully
solicits a share of Physician,' Prescription bola se. He
il/13 also a large and vi rived at-sin tuient of Perfumery,
rAaticieery, Also all of the most popular Patent Me
dicines of the day ; aho, Tob icon, Sews ' :nal &a , of
the brat brands; also, Alcohol, 'Dap ntine, - Burning
Coal 1.11, &c Ia fast evetything usually kept in . a welt
Winked d ug store. te;vl2 dlfti
MEAD QIIeB r ITVi IV. P. V., j .
burr i,burg, Nov. 6tl1 2 1600.
I. The Yolunteers of tho Fitch D vision P. V., will' pa.
rade at iiarii,burg, on Timber, January 15, 1881. at 10
A. Ai., to ionue,arate Governor An mew Cl. Curter'.
Volunteers au the mate and out or scare
lyvlted,top rt ei. ate.
Begim •tiis, Battalions-rind Companies will rem=
rt a u ‘' •y ' o ' e r Al at re r
Major GeneralMiLLlAl.l ft. KM,
JAMES FRTZTAICD, Aide-le•Clmp
GENERA.L. ,ORDERS- - -No. 4.
.6th Div. P. V., Nov. BIN 1880. j
1. Agreeable to the orders of Major Gener..l Kelm, sth
Dl7islon e V., like 8(1. firlmde 6th Dlvistou P. V. will pa -
rwle at HarriSheira - on 'tx3ESDAT,Jauttary 15th,1861, at 10
o'eack A. 51., , t0 prrticipate td the Inauguration or Govor-
I/Or Andrew u. Cu
If. Col. Baker, art' the let Regiment will report to Mai.
John W. Brown, at Harrisburg, en or bef.ro the Ist of
C.pt. Eyvter, of the Cameron Guard wi 1 report
at Head Quarters cn or before the 10th et January,
1881' for further orders. By order of
R. C. WILLIAMS; Brigadier General
• 811 Bngade bth Division P. V.'
. .Teaten . nov6 .
RAllls CHANCE /0.8. INVESTMENT.
VALUABLE HOTEL PROPERTY
In the City of Harrisburg.
PRAT well-known and valuable hotel
arty known es the
now in the occupancy of Wm. liecherman t situate on the
east elld'of Market street, Immediately oppinite the
Pennsylvania Railroad Depot wiliheulfered ut PRIVATE
RaLt: until the 4111 of D-betober next, andti not sold be
fore that time, will be put up at public aucton on that
Phis is the most desirable property in the city of Bar
risitorg for hotel business. Its proximity to the Penn.
aylvania Railroad Repot, and the Depot of all the rail
roads centering at Hal risburgonakes It more, convemeat
and accessible to the traveling public than any char
hotel in ttna city. -- '
Further imormation in regard to this property and a
to we terms create; cosy its had by applying to
WM H. MILLER,
North cor. Market Zenare, (Wyetla's Maiming,) second
NEW M U K IN. 0 GOGDS
OATH CART & BROTHER,
Hare TIOW open a largo ILSZortm•nt of MOURNING
and SECOND &RAMMING
- . 114.1V.DZERClinw
All ether goads jloslrable for Fell and Winter wear,
150.14 - Market &Nam
a/2 F Nago/.l4o;Marylab,arg
A FAMILY: BIBLES.
THORCieGiILY 'complete - stock Of id
L.. Rimy: stytes, ler salca
C311 7 .AP - 800
tlsle on haw 2
and foe isliNt OW, by
lL Livoll. dB. k CO.
"INDEPENDENT IN ALL THING---NEUTRAL IN NONE."
HARRISBURG, PA.. FRIDAY AFTERNOON, NOVEMBER 30, 1860
Bread, Tea-Cakes, all kinds of Pastry, &o
EDW. CHAMBERLIN & CO.,
Pro; riotors of Shawinut Chemical
No. SZ INDIA BIDER Boston.
CQNCENTRATEI) LEAVEN' is the re
suit of careful chemical research. MI i Iniredj
ta are prepared-1h tpahigheavatentofithirftf,-and corn
. colluded with a view to produce bread of a- far bent's'
'quality, and-in much less time, th-ai by any ether ph:,
heats ; and , by the manu'auturere submit It,-with OEl[ll4
ceuhtent, :to thu juacmeht of dtericuinating house.
Bleat of all kin. a mild° by using Concentrated Leaven
Is it. hter, 4.10• 0 dIV stible.and nuitailous; ha+ an agrrea.
Me, natural tatts z to our ; swill retail Its
tut:Mime louver than I3y aux -other proceiis, unit the
whole preparatiun thr - the oven need. Lot exceed ten
It t7i valuable because it is not perishable, and may be
rimdered ava Utile in places and at times when yeast ie
nut within reach, as at sea. In all climates and under
al , circum-tancei, it may be adopted, thus obviating alt
. ifficulty of primal ing yeast or other fence t, whielits
frequently of an inferior quality,- ret dering the bread
more 'or less unwholesome.: 1 .
It is alsii valuable as regards economy, .as it has been
ascertained that 11 S-viug is (travail In the Aber of no ,
4,6 than 16 percent. • In the common proems much of
e sacohorino of the Dour is 1-st by bi nig eutricrted•
into •carbo- la acid gas, or spirit, and the waste be in
curred solely 'a, the psrpore of • entiratinil gas to raise.
11.0 dough. Py using Couceatrated Leavan this Wivite is
avaided, and - We — gas - obtainid'in airianhey iqualiy Oil
-oaoloo3. riroVnelitat:eVairhits: lietligibited.rUelitrl y 3 a
pat t of the-tloueOrMieul •Ptic, id onisietitiebre;'tibari el of
11 iur weighing 196 IDs i-wivich.• by-the Con min mettod,
inalro3 :wont 250 2.3 of breacl,
prooesl2lo3lba., thinsjilbellng the l'ery'inillortiii.9.9aiiingi
urilf per cent in the onion* , of nour.---Byooliformiu to
the directions on (ail); iiirtkugeOulii :Person capable of
ordinary adettion may . cendoct - tile, prorate, and the re
sult will invariably be highly . satu3f. ctory, . _
CERTIFiCATS DX. 'HAY - XS,
6s:crpr to the aa't oflltastachusetts.
"I have ausib eed toe Conientr tad ..oay. n, mounts.>
tared by Etas: s. Edw t harnfierliM & Co., with reference
to its purity and etheinncy of action in producing the ef
fect of yeast in distending dougu, and thereby rendering
it tit for n aking.breati.` This article-le- dktllfully coin.
Founded, from pertectly pole material It raises the
dough without COW-liming tne sugar or any other, pri^cl.
pie in It fimr, pet fectiy; and the same weight of Hour
will promo mote sa eet, palatable bread 'than Milih;)
obtained, through yeast; while for ettkeg and pastry it is
invaluable. as It saves all risk, and much time .of the
pastry cook. „
"The ,sperimnts made by me confirm the statements
made by the manufacturers, and proves this compound
worthy of public approval and extended use.
“Itespeetiu . iy,
'•A A. 11 a.YSS, N. D., State A.mayer,
"16 Boylston Btrek t, BOS.OII, September 25, 1860.”
BRIAN:UST ern TEA Roo..—lwo or, three teaspoonful
of Leap, n (according to ih.l quality of the hour,) to one
quart w fl .ur; mix thorough:3 , by pasclbg two or three
t.inen through - a I.leve ; rub iu a pla ce of butter . balf the.
sine et an egg, and matte the Rate with cold milk .or.
water, (mils i, p. efei able ) barely ktiff enough to perMit
ridllog out. Much knew hag sheutil ke avoided. Cut in
to d, aired formi and place namealately iu and
the paste stiff enough to knead lale'ir loaf, and, bite im
mediately to a aloes oven. ' -
GRAELA/4 BREAD —Three tenspOonsful ofinavon to- one
to at of wheat meal, sifted together ; add sue gilrof nio
t. seas and two eggs ; make the paste thin with nilikrind
bake in a slow ovoo.
Baowr BARAD —Three teaspooneful of Leaven 'to one
Pint or flour, z.ud ono pint of corn mod, II well sifted to
gether add two eggs and ii bout a gill of mobilises; I,graku
die puma thin with runic, and bake slowly. • '.
tSUCKW4kAT CAKES .-Flourantl' milk sufficient to maks
one quart of batter ; d Ono egg; thdn titre's teaapoonsfut
of Leaven; beat w a feotb, and cook - quick. •
bustriros.—.tlit together one quart four and two
speonsini of Leacen; rub in a piece of butter half us large
as an egg ; mix with cold milk or water, and' boil ten
CHAMBER SMUT CAKE —lift tegetber two largo *nips
of fluun.and two teuspountful of Leuven; put in hall a cup
of tauter and a cup end a half of sugar . ; Mix with cold:
milk or water to a stiff:batter; add sweet° suit the taste,
and bake immediately. . •
CLNCLYSAT/ SPONGE CAKE—Two- cups of • white sugar
beaten with t yolks of six eggs—the whites of six. eggs
beaten to a froth; tber, b, at alt together ; add three cups
of sated flour. ono ct p of water, and three timatioonsild
ni leave.; flavor win., two toaspoonsfal of essence of. lo
mon, and hake In a , Inlck oven.
Jtmnt s —sift together one quart - of flour and tht ee
tclupoonstul at I. eat tu ; rub. in of a tea-cul for or butter,
add a cup and a half of white sugar, and Spivs to Bait the
taste; milt star untruth to roll ow, and' bake : oalek• • t .
Flutmn.tt q nart of fluor awl thr a teasitoontf..
ful at It tayeu p tut, frtip tiler ; . .ltdd a cop of butter; I,llO'
pound of currants, two cups of white sugar, att.:kola, tea
sgoottlul ut 0:Iwamoto mix with cold rol.k: to a stiLl:bat
ter, and bako is a Slow oven. • • • • ' - • "
Co 4 CAKS.—Ute Lint ottoll of flour and Indian: nitsdi
ono th,ee teaspootalul of Leuven, well Billet t. &tier. ,•
add out gill to inosisse.u and two eggs ; mia thin with
con, trod oakeln a .slow oven.
CAIE.:-FIYO cups of flour and thrro teaspooeful
of Lusven. ifted:togetheri add one cup of out ori.tere
sugar, and two ekgd ; all well b...at together ; their add w
cup of eurraLts ; end sykc to suit the Leine. Eska about.
abets' lass —Three quarter of a pound of flour and
tour Leaspeoheul &leaven sifted' togeth.r; ooe pound of.
sugar suo sot ounces 01 butter beaten to a crermn.4 the
whites co eight eggs well beaten, and the inlet, of ore le-
Won; oar. with milk. , , , •
WARM* (elm —Five onp3 of tour, three teatVottefal
of t aaven, three Culls of sug, r, one of butter; - one• of
ID la, and two anal I nit and ephie to the t.rito. Bake
scout bait an hour.
Packed in Cases of 1,2 , 4, and Dozen - Cana.
For mile ny Groecre and brugg.sts gener.:ll47.• '
WILLIAII tieLAGER A Bb,u., Wholesale Agent.,
1 , 10,5 Li Anqb...Frout
NEWLY REFITTED !
tJI E DERSIGN 1111) Gaging leat!ed..
this well LiaLwn and . popultr hider, iu the, city, of
Harrisburg, is now idiot: g .and furbishing - the 'stinin
watt FUANICUHE in Um e'er.) , beet modern style.
It Is located in toe must centr ti part or the city, within
a short dietauce of the d. i.ois ot , P•ur Jaren, railroad
and atm Lear the State CA Lauf buildings. '
:Th e Milieu Is' large and the slei k ing apartments are
well veotilated. • , •
Tho TABI.EIo well provided with all seasonable arti
cles Thie city is well known throughout the State fa
haying the best 100r11,1 04131,10 01 the'Atlktitic eta'
coneequettuy .no . compluots mhde 0113110.V000111.
'the BAK has 81111 uuuergone changes and will us Iv%
stet:lieu a Ith tie twat and purtt-t Liquors iu the country
1 1 / 4 o 'exertion will be spared to Make the traveler oyd
sojourner comfortable 2u every respect. 'coutiuualice
0.2 the p .trouage of the old customers, together with yew
adutt.ous Is respectfully . .
, J. H. BDIFORD . O.lrX),
Harrisburg, Ang,ust 7.3. tr
CITY LIVERY STABLES.
BLACKBERRY AURA LtV nth- - REAR OP
• Exxi7srlorxr;: ,
riHP - undersigned has re-commenced the
hvery buainca, in hiaNEW and fiedcaous gTA.
bI.ESi located as above, with a large and varied stock' of
.110beES, OaltYlmiEa and OblbileLSES, - which be will
Lire at moderate rates. . Y. d. o WARIZ.
H. L. GODBOLD ,
10BACT1C.„1.14 Tuner and Repai r er. of
riatme:ltlatudeoria 3c., Itc.;wIll nth orAlers in
tutura at WAI:XNUCRE'S Music ;Aare, 91 Market street
all orders lett aithe above mimed ploactoor at the Etuakilar
Etttde, wdt matt with prompt attenttou.
Fl , st cltat I . ;_tlittS -
NOTICE •TO SPECULATORS.
VALUABLE BUILDING LOIN .blait
NTJMBER OF LARq,EAlzEgovirx
..a.-INO LOTS itoiedal4" tjaa's/Col;34.*fir Wq r k
aunt& Of , the "Ptmnart.allrodd''Cdn44tny: *lll biPsold
low and on reasonaliliatermaquepply 10
imp Ora 401 EN W. MAIL.
DR J MINS N
uas discovered-the most certain, speedy
LA, RIM effectual remedy' in the world for
DISR SES..OP IMPRUDENCE
- RNLI"! IN TIPIELTS MOURN
_Yo Memel/ or Nozious Drugs.
4..IIIIRALWARRANTRID, OR NO CHARON IX IVOR LINA TO
Two DAYS -act
ipakuess of the Back or Limbs, Strictures, Pains fn
the toirielffentinfis of the Kidneys' nd Bliddby,'Organio
**Maness, gervOns Debility, Decay of the'PliksieaPPow.
erg, Dyspepsia Languor, Um Spirits, Confusion endear,'
palpitation of the Heart, Timidity, Tremblino ' s, Dimness of
light or Giddiness, - Disernie l'llll3 - StOntach Affections m
too Read, Tbrifavkitske ok;skkts-tlibse terrible disorders
arising from the indiscretion or Solitary Habits of Youth
those • drecdfir ' anddfifinetive practices which produce
zanstagtional deb My., rendet marriage impostible, and
deiffioy both qd4j ,. and mind.
Young men especially who have becenur the victims of
solitary Vice, that dreadful and. destructive habit whim
annually seeps to an untimely grave thous,ands of young
mon of the most exalted talent and brilliant intellect, whc
might otherwise hivbentranced listening Senates with the
thunders of eloquence, or widaitito !testacy theliving lyre,
may call with full c,onliderice.
Married persols, or those contemplating marriage, being
aware of phi.ticalvietiVileesi sliouldlnamediately consult
Dr. and be restored to perfect health.
DROitifllC Nit AHNEKi.
hasnettiotelp Uired andfult Viper Rester/0S -
-under 'the care of, Dn.!, may
religiously confide lii his a geatlemaii, and conk
dentl*yely' UfMnskill'nsit physician .
• spiri.loflioe No. 7 Souttirindericlistreit, - Baltiniere, d., -
mattutleft hand side going from Baltimore street, T d :_re
from the corner. Bo particular in observing the' na e
and num4er, mica' will mistake the place. Beparticular,
for `lgii../Vdol.; . Trijling . 9tiacka. with lase names; 0r;2 5 311r,..
Eftembta4 CertifidakeodLraaidd by'thei reputation et .Dr,'
niletters must contain a.rostage Stamp , to uss on the
Dg. Jo:melon 'member of the Royal Conoge of 'surge=
Lowden, graduate from one of tho mosteminent Colleges,
the ti:Statee, and the greater part of whose life hen been
spent in the Hospitals of London, Paris, Philadelphia ano
elsewhere, WM effected some of the most Mdoinshing cures
that were ever knoWn. Many troubled with ringing in thc
earn and head , when asleep, great neryqaaniesis, being
Mart* - sudden bashfulness, with. frequent
blushitigihttended pometimen with deraugeniehf of Mind
Worovurodimutiedfotely • =-
Dr. J.. addreases all, mese wno hams' injureothem
selVes'by private and ithefoiler Indulgences, that secre
snid'eolitary.habitwhich'rut both 60,0 and' Mind, un
illaing,them for either; busineiss or society
Ttione,m some of th e end and melancholy effe c ts pro.
Sueett eaniifiabits - of youth, via : Wcairtiess of the
sack ria'Limbs, Patina to - the' Head liimhess of Sight,
Less of Muscular Power, Palpitation of the Heart, DySpep
ga, Nervous Irritability, .Denuigement of she Digestive
Functions. General pebilts7, ;; Syntptonts Censurer
Asia:With the tearful eiket2 on - the mind are moon to be
areedisii- r Loss 01 Memory, Oonfusion of Ideas;popres
;kw .0f kerite, Evill'erObootnis' ' version to SOelety, 3a4-
distrust, Love of Solt 3N-810., are some of lb e
-PV1 1 44 13 _4 6 :
ecaung, weak, pale,.hervousehti emaefated, have a sage
larapo tt ranek-ebout the eyes ; cosh ; an d eyreptemh.oi
who have injured themselves
„by certain r.ractlce, In
dulgid , thlwheii itione—iliabit'ffetitiently learned from
evil companions, or .al7 schaol, : the china 'of which. sic
nighttp foil, ovoh when asleep, and If not noted, renders
Marriage, impossible; and dei3trlOya both *nthit'and body
onicLapply,immedistely; ; • .
What pity that a young Inez, the'hope otitis oonntry
the Bailing Of has parents, 'should be snatched front ad
prospects anfl enjoyments of life by.the colueneenoi
deviating 'the' pitb of - nature, and 'tidal tag In It
certain secret habit.' Snob persona must, bef e corneal
afoot -that a spend mind andi bedy: are the most neoe
sary requlalies to promote connubial happiness.: Indeed
Without algid', theimirney through 'fife ; becoines a weary
pilgrimage ; Die prospect hourly darkens to the vibw
the mind becomes shadowed with despair., and , tilled with
the melancholy, reflection that ; 010 happiness. oil another
becomes bligtted Witkour own.
DR. apiaNsTOWLA INVICURATIINGRPAIROV . FOR
thia great - acct important remedy, Weakness of the
Organs are spliad.ilyaured, and doll vigor reattitad; •
Thilliaindli el: the moat, nervous and debilitated who
had-lost-"all hope, taiife - bean' ineniectlatelkraleved. Al
ImPadireants ton r itrriajto,iPhyslottl- or Mental Disitualill
aatjpn ..Nerypts jepbling, Weakness or Vahitustion ol
tha.micit fearful kind, speedily cured.
' IYf STRAN64IIB - • .
The-many thousands cared' at this Instittitffiri *Rhin the
last..twolve , yearei and the , numerieus ininorisait iihrgica
Uperationa pert - tomes:. by Dr; J.,.*itnossed by the re
porters of the papere.Land many other persoes,,cioticue of
which haeillippeated')igala and 'again Before the public,
tesidelehieilaridingi4s a ljeddistaw of thdractkr andres
iponsieffitY2 is a sufficient suarantee to the
DISEAW.S. OF IMPIIUDENCE—When the misguided :and
Imprudent votary of pleasure finds he has imbibed the
seeds of thiepabifal diseastyit too often: haitPene fait be
ill-timed tense of shame or-drissil of , discovery deters hid
iiom applying to those . who, _from education and re
spectability can alone befriend mm, delaying till the
constlutionallymrditins of thin horrid Wams° make their
appearance, aftheting the hada,' 'Mimic noes',
progreisingl ol u ivitb frighthilrepiiiitY; till death puts
period r hisclreadlul
. stnierings by sending hint to "that
bourne from whence no traveller returns." It is a melee
elfoly^fohithatihousandsfullvictims Co this terrible dis
easeoeiiiietb•the linakilfaluessar tam:vent Pretendera,
orhoi by the ueb ofi that' deadtypoiress,'stsreury ruin the
constitution lied make the residue or life miserable
le B2ralwere —4lleilliietaoB Diplomas hang in his office
*3 , 4 iiettereimisiContion Stamp to' as on the reply.
sr , Remedies sent by Mail.
JilitlrX.o.3,SoutleFiederich Street, Baltimore
SILVER PLATED WARE
151641222 Market Street, Enu...theumm,
Manufacturer of fine
NICKEL SILVER, and SILVER PLATER of
FORKS 'SPOONS,` LADLES, BUTTER KNIVES,
CASTORS, TEALSETS,'URNS, KETTLES,
WAITERS, BUTLER LIMES, ICE PITCHERS,
CAKE BASKETS., COMMUNION, WARE,
CUPS, MUGS, GOBLETS, &c.,
With a enaral assortment, comprising none but the US
quality; -made of the boa facts/is/sand heistily,p/atai, con;
saluting them a " •
Serviceable and durable article
Foe EfDrew, STEAMBC4TS AT'D PMVATA rA2111,03
4 4- Old' Ware ielplAtea in the best manner.
*. RKE T S AltE
GEO. J. BOLTON, PROPRIETOR.
The ab rve well known and.long established littel is
now andergointa thorough renovation; and being in a
great degree ,newly furnished, unoer the proprietorship
of Itr..Gxonon J. BoLvoni, whO has been an inmate of the
house for-the lest three isms ; and is Well known 'to
.lhanhtyl for the. liberal patronage .which it has en
jayed.;;l• theerfully - k midend Mr; 'Bolton to the public
Y (..”v: 1 ; • n
&NOT:HER LOT O.F "..rilt.OSE
EXTEt FINE POINTED
- GOLD PENS' .
F • -NEWTON'S Vagley l 6.
to tail bestir , material,
ilie &met vointed:oost (affable: and 118 Obeli) asany
mavkitt, for sale, with a varlety. 9f Goal and Myer
itt !": " . , ; . !' arit o °l P ll l 3 ,h
, 61".16lairkit. strret:-
FOR a Superior, and Cheap Table or
salad 011, p to EFlLlarkpalle no=
AT THE NEW CITY STORE !
MUCH & COWPERTHWAIT
CORNER FRONT & LAMM SIR.
ItNNOUNCE to the ci izens of Harris-:
burg a: d the puh3 :.generally, that !bey have just
returnLd nom. Ent eaetern rides tv,tlt a large and well EU
leueil pock. of Fall aud Muter Goats svtdctintllto-will
Zell at the ve .y lowest prices.
400.1123.17 C GOOD3of every kind.
Bleached nd Uubb^acbed SEUSMILI,
Bleached and Uobleach..4l Canton Flannels
RED FLANNELS OF F.VI•IIY DESORIPTION.
A large asaortimmt Wotan Ft 1411013 for kklrting.
AU U.I2OrIU2IIA, 1-nirnstaGingh. ma, • .
- Merin:its' star Ginghanra, — - -
and Ca rim. ref,.
CID be at aJI //OE'S,
C 10,113 rer Ladies , (..heacerteiria,
Beaver Gotta for thu Arial Cloaks.
A PINE ASSORTMENT OF BLANKETS.
Pt largo assortment of Cas , imerra, espeelally adapted 1 0
Boy , ; wear. An assortment. of !deem) Drawers and Un
deraltirte. . An assortment of Carpets tram 12% OM a
yard to SIAM ptr yard.
ALSO LATEST STYLES
PLAID VALE N CIAS,
STRIPED AND. PLAID
RICH PLAIN AND FIGURED
BICH PLAIN AND FIGURED
ALL WOOL DELAINES
BLACK SILKS; ALL WIDTHS.
A large mortment of nt °die and Blanket Shawls, with
a it.ll stuck of too late 4 novelties,
An assortment of Plain awl 'Figured Carl:morns.
LINENS OF ALL KINDS.
Partieuiarnttention paid to Ant ants Hosiery and Em
broideries. Ate , Int.„ no.
Au as. o Uncut at Supra e wore trail spring skirt pat.
An assortment of: bonding and luna r ,'
U 11,11.11 St. COWPt.RTHWAIT,
Cornor of Front and Mark , t dtreets, Liarri.burg.
Formerly ~ , tet pied by .1 1. Littler. m-s2a-ly
BARGAINS FOR THE SEASON,
Just received and recetvirg Prom Philoctolpirio, end
. . . .
" ' ' New York, .
BABGAIN? in silks of all kind, for cash.
BARUAINS in Sidaals, of all kinds, fur cash.
/3ARGAIAS to Clunks and lallnas of all kiwis, for caqh.
BARGAINS hi I hid - Dross Goods, of all kinds, fur cash.
A.I.RGALS:S la entry varaty. t. 41 5.ea..11491s Dress
Goods, for ra-h.
BAROA.I.NO rri Bli.ukats, oral' kinds, for cash.
All . A.iitiAlNO in La/J.111lb: or Fin.ut,isi, fur cash.
.13AEG+1N6.34 C .rpetu^e 01 0.1 thoirts, &c., tor cash.
AarT .. ' • u‘iaas of D t ry 199.. a ,s9a ly kopt
_ „ .''' r. 4 2 13.
- Dodo - • • . • . DiirkerAtripf rsiL ris6urg..
SHIRT AND COLLAR HOUSE I
illeko,y, (Janie] gild Flannel -
UNDER AND OV Ellai RTS,
Overall* Drcmtrs 4.1. d
GeLtleußrin' Fureiihing Goods.
• • BENNET! & RUCH,
Ascot,* for the Beverly Inclia.tiubber Clothing.
k' olt THE La DIE.
A LARGE LOT OF FIRST QUALTI.Y
. . . .
TOWIN'S KID GLOVES,
sli g htly &longed with wider—Pr' co fA and 76 cis
GREAT BA DMA INS. A toe-a.sorimentutcame Quality,
per;ocr,-131a0.., and Cdorati, a: .
No. 14 .3turfict square.
JUST. FROM THE
inext-ett_anm saLef- - x...mes
SUBL-.CRIBER Has just received
j_ from the Now ) ork fwd. Itulaticiphia Traue Saha
'-A LARGE GNI) WELL SLLECIED STOCK OA
IN EVERY DEPARIMENT OF LITERATURE.
BLANK BOOKS, PAPER, AND STATIONERY
. op ALL KINDS;
To which the atteur.on of the Public, Committees of
LIM arks, Teachers, Country Merchants and purchateti
geturally, is invited.
As all have been purchased far below the regular
prices, they nun and wtil to sold at but a Small advance
un the cvet, - insurme 'to purchasers a saving vf I.c to 26
ter cont. on trace prices, at
BERGNER'S CHEAP BOOKSTORE,
men t market Street.
BEIiGNEWB CHEAP BOOKSTORE,
61 MARKET STREET,
IS THE CHEAPEST PLACE IN THE CITY
caltt prislag ail the verb iu4
READING Azil.) SPELLI.NG
.13.00 E-S, -
A.E1211.,11E.T10s -. ALOEBEAS,
GRAM. , VAAS, larrooLOOrgy,
• - PIiILosOrIVES, and
all the 011.00 L BOOKS used in the various Public, and
Privato Can:vole of tae City. logi-ther with
i-OrY AND COlitt !O sl,lo.i.sl BOOKS, •
LE2i.Eit, CA 1" aild -NOTE PAPER,
• LEAL , A 1. 1 SLA TX PENCILS,
tar LER s and
the: must complete aseortmout tit clait.n./L BreIIONERY
Gannet:4ly, on hand anti fur tale act Intl LOtir EST PEJ.ChE
Of ANY nada in the city at -
-- ' blarket 'area.
04-Liberat discounts made to teachers and dealer...
Apy.aytiPlo Lot on 41111. promptly furrAtElied wltilott
extra chafer. _ . - renei
R. C. WEICHEL,
SURGEON AND OCCULTST,
RESIDENCE THIRD NEAR NORTH STREET
THE lindereigned. DOCTOR UF.DENTAL
SORGYRY, - ha 'returnsir , a,d resumea Bliiirendee
n State street -oppnnne the •bßr.c,y Elnwe;" where It
. ixtille.pleased.ts,lai.tend to wi wtio 11111 Y dx tire bis
TaKeq- ! • :54.1)%7 I - pL,s.
01ttAANGES - JOIY, 41 b.
VORTY'BOXES' in prime ordei re
.ll: Wood and for sale ay
auL6 ,WM. DOCK
ktrant rtintinß fiffirr.
u sit i nK proottree Steam Tower Prespt e, s e are
- •rep+.r. dto execute JOB and IV .K PR IN't I NI; rf eV
c h,, tt er that It ear. be dolua at -ay ottar os.
tablishmeatia the co".-
Mirrealr Uwe t•Jr hes m.rts tame t ne isiat•iquars. rth
mre tbnn lour cnnitituto n eqrtarc
IFaU square one dey • • •• • •
'three • - • • • •
It eta months • ,• • •
One Fqnare one cosy t
nue week 2 CO
44 One month
....... 3 00
it three month.•• - 6 00
" six ........... 8 00
one t ear 1000
areruginese retires luterteo in the Deal rehemw. rr
before Marriages and I eatim, FIVE Cl-.2:13 I E
for each wee Non. _ -
air 'Varriagefif cad Deatbo to be cbargEd sa regukti
Great Speech of the New Senator
Colonel E. D. Besse, the new senator
,Oregon, " made a great speech in an
Francisco, which is reported iu the late
California-papers as follows': -
It is your fault (addressing the breeitrn
ridge men), and not ours, ifyuu will not allow
us - to go SOwlt to ,get Votes. flieekitaidge
Will 'get no votes in New York except by
pretending not to run. It is hard 'to say
that 'any party ie sectional because dieter
are some States in' which they would - not
get Many votes. We deny, as we' have,
and wilt deny,. that we Irave any detiireAci
interfere with slavery, where it now exists
by laW; we say that we will interleti
with slavery, in State or Teri itoty, When
it has been put there by the will of ihe
pie. We have never proposed to imerCerf
with the existence of slay• ry by law ill any
slave State. We, as a party, and individ
ually, have more interest in preserving the
Union than you have, either ju.'ging by
our numbers or our property. We never
proposed . to_ dissolve the Union. No mem
ber of the lieptiblican party ever proposed
to dissolve the Union.
Many of us are old Whigs, but we never
proposed, when beaten, to dissolve the _
Union; or did the Republican party, when
Buchanan was elected. Did any one ever
hear Ps wish for or predict it? I wilt not
say that every Breckiiiridge man is a Dis
unionist; but I will say that every Disun
ionist is a Breckiuridge man.
This idea Colonel Baker illustrated by an
amusing anecdote, as to the mispronuncia
tion of a name by an Irishman, and applied
it to the- Breckinridge_Tparty
He adVerted to the speeches of rane and
other speakers; Oren hero iu Calitornia,lto
dissolve the Union. He described
the term [Mien meant. No Republictui
ever meant that it should be dissolved -=
It:was very easy to talk of disunion when
cut of office. Republicans do out rseau to
dissolve the Union, nor to let any one else
do it. The speaker theu alluded to - the
causes..why the 13reckinridge. people went
to dissolve the Union. First; .they would
diseolve the Union if Linaohi. is 'eli:eted.—
They would have a chants- to' try- it.—
[Laughter 1 :13ut Mr. „lf..intiOls had uu power
without the Senate and .. .t i louse, and if we
have , tile people, - the i'r - e - isicreitr, tlieAou e,
and the Senate. it woubtatri al hard - thinw
to dissolve the Union.. W . ).tt:heliarbeesi
made any declaration justifyintany stub
procedure. be. then proposeu,,,ip , _rapid
suaeeission, ti reties of tittestione 1.1;y. the
Democratic party, whiCh he.t answered te
show that nu pussible reason
: Could be
urged by the. South in. favor of dissolution.
dedicating territen'y 'to' free labor, we
had done' no .wore' than Whit our bathers
did before. us. • •. .
Cul. .13aker avowed hinis6lr:d Pepnlar
SeVereigniy Reptiblican. Wais . .rn 'laver
of allu ; aiug thts people, of the Tort-Rot lett to
govern themselves. Ile had so announced
him:Self lust 3 ear, and was so Dow.. Lia
htlieved in the ability of -the . -people, to
govern themselves. tieknew that..., the
people. of this Union wilt not tolerate s.u.very
upon tree soil: Ile wt.utd seize this Weit
pull from the Douglas rum it was a great
we spoil in the hands of the Republic ins,
and was their spear. lie illustrated the
question of carrying neg-ros into the Terri
tories, and showed that the right did not
and could not exist. Ile met die assertion
that property can be talteh where you like,
With the fact that there was species of
Local or sectioual property which was dau
genius to be carried wherever the owner
lite meaning of the Dread Scott decision
was then couzi,ered and the interpreatiou
of it by the Democracy. tie showed how
the distribution of inavery had injured the
county and retarded its progruss. He
was in laver of meetnig, the issue. lie was
iu tavor of popular sovereignty; and pro
ceeded to suuw bow to meet tt. lie WWI
in favor of sustaining the 6upreme Court,
by the fullest acquit:bounce; but to put in
better men when 01080 old judges passed:
away. The people would. eudurse the de,:
eibiou of the Supreme Conn by putting in
better men. The deliberate expression of
the people must and will prevail. The de.
cision of the supreme Court do not remain
forever. The but and stain of slavery
cannot exist and go to all parts of the Union,
as that Dread Scott aecision announces.—
ft would be treason to Lumanity and pop. ,
He invited the Douglas men to come ana
oie the Republicans, as the proper place
ior them to work and vote ill.He alluded
to the different nationalities, and particular
ly to the way in which the' }tint[ were
voting. lie appealed to them particularly
to assert the diKuity of labor; Ito would not
have the odor of slavery abonz or near them.
He would appeal to the German. 'Since .
we had hacked Cass & Co., out of, their
Le Clem doc!rine, they could -return to
their homes to visit. lie then imagiii .d
conversation between a returned , :.oufig
German and his father in- Gettnany, and
made the young niau define the dilte.ence
between equal rights to all 'nien,-(the - ,4e- .
publican doctriue,) and the Drulocitatre .
doctrine of equal rights to all ser4q, . 1.14 e
:picture thus urawil µ41.3 a vivid and
one. The young German.was 'Urgetilohe
able to, give a right and correct ac,:ount 'of
himself when he .returuc*. The g ye a tg, t t
interest tatf. sboyn ill this . iiet tlon ei the
speech, and the applauee Wailiequent..
The epetiltcr had'e-ottcu, toppzti to con•
eider who. he Rep - Wiens; party was."lle
had otteli asked_luirrsile Who he w_.s wrk
ing with.: :lie enumerated-'all the gr.-at
lican patty, and the opposites e( .tity `
lneericy The persoual
areJipvl", Olotathing" all over the world:.—
. Phey are spreading and everywhere in.
creasing. The only exception is hate, II