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1 .;:t;..V., I.IIC oliEcontiuuntice of their nevre
,.:l, rti,i.si:cr may coniinite to Hood them until
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neglect, or refuse to take their newspn
,.row fee qtll , ,T to which they are directed. they are
e,,ffi they hay - '!shied the bale and ordered
BEL MBOL D'S HELMBOLD'S
It ELM BOLD'S HELM BOLD'S
Extract Buchu, Extract Buchu,
Extract Buchu, Extract Buchu,
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Extract Rachel, Extract Buchu,
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;OR SECRET DELICATE DISORDERS.
FOR SICRE DELICATE DISORDER&
FOR SWEET t%. DELICATE DISORDERS.
A Positive and Spec, fie Remedy
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Fo-, DI-EASES (P TIM
,VT,ADDEII, GRAVEL, RILIVETS, DROPSY,
BLADDER, GHA Y PG, .11:1DA Ers, DROPSY,
.FLALDEII, GRA FEL. K IDNEFS, DROPSY,.
.SLADDEY , GICA EL, EIDA ErYi DROPSY,
,-,L,IDDER,, GRAVEL, KIDNEYS, DROPSY
GRA r EL, EWA EY,S, DROPSY,
(MA VEL, AVID EPS, 14.22uPsY,
ORGAN IC WRAKNESS,
And an Disemer of sexual Organs . ,
And all Diseases of Sexual thydns,
4,,d all Dissa,es of Saud Organs,
~Ind all Diseuees of Sexual Organs,
Ana all Disaays of Sexa 11 Grgans,
And cal Di.s.sann: of Sexual GrAns,
Excesses, Exposures, and Iniprudencies in Life,
Excesses, Exposures, and Tenprudencies in Life,
Excesses, Exposures, and Icuprudencies in Life,
Excesses, Exposures, and Traprudencies in Life,
Excesses, Exposures, and druprudencies in Life,
Excesses, Exposures, and huprudencies in Life,
From whatever eause origination, and whether ex
DIAL OR FEMALE.
Foliates, Oka no more Pills 1 They are of no avail for
Corni.bliata ineakut to the sex. Use
lielinbeliP3 Extract Buchu Is a Medicine whin)] is per
fectlf p:co.suet. in ma
'Taste and Odor, -
But iinteediale in its notion, giving Health and Vigor to
toe ratios, loam to the Pallid Cheek, and restoring the
luttleat to a !effect state of
HEALTH AND Purirry.
lle raold's Extract Duohu is pw pared according to
rbarnew.y e.d Chemistry, nod is prozoribcd and used U 7
The Blast Eniineiirrnymulanti-
Delay no longer. Trocure tbc remedy at once
Price $1 per bottle, or aix. for $5.
Depot 101 South lentb sired, Pilladelphia.
Boware of Unprinciplt el Dealers
trying to palm off their own or other articles of BITOHU
on the teputatiun attamea by
kichnbuld's Extract Raclin,
The Original and only Genuine.
ecalre to run on the
Merit of our Article I
rlhelr's is worthless—ls sold at much less rates and
.(.atedaeleue, cousequeatry paying u much better profit.
We Defy Competition I
Helmbold's Extract Buchu.
Tdke no other.
riolU by D. W. Gross
_& Co. end nil druggists every
3OLtN B. 811.11.1 TH'S
BOOT & SHOE STORE,
CORNER SECOND AND WALNUT STS.,
4 !MAYS on hand a large assortment of
bo.)ts, aoas, barrEat;, &c., of the very best
fn lawe> gentlemen, and cbildrims' wear.—
ea to suit the ticneA. All kinds of tt UHIC MADE E 0
ORMIL•'it lathe Lust style by e.uperior workmen
Itat'AliilM4 done aLstiert Donee.
octiO•iitf JLILtN B. slum, liarrisburg.
PROF. ADOLPH P. TEUPSER,
d WILD respectfully inform his old'
I patrons and the public generally, that he wilt
coutiuuu to give matructions on the PIANO FORTE,IIIE-
LoPEQN, VIOWN and also iu the science of THOROUGH
Ho will w'th pleasure waft upon pupils at their
'wines at auy hour desired, or lossons will be given al
his resit:cave, in TIANd street, a few doors below the
Hermann heferined Church. decls-dtl
AUGUSTINE L. CIIMINE.
CARPENTER, AND BUILDER
Re.ndence .IVo. 27 II orth Second &red.
li—JOBBINCI ATIENDED TO.
W w. HAYS,
AVE OBNLY-AT--L AMT.
(Aloe Walnut St., between Second and
Third, Harrisburg, Pa.
llr 4P dawt
DR. T. J. MILES ,
BURG -EON DENTIST,
riFFEII6 his services. to the citizens of
Harrisuurx and its vicinity. Re solicits a share of
the public patronage, and giVrs assurance that his best
endeavors shall be given to render satisfaction in his pro
w.ston. 130.14 all liid, Well tried dentist, he feels sale in
,vtti h g the WAIN; generally to cull on biro, assuring
Loh that they will not be iliasidislied 'yob Lis services
oak., No. 118 Market street, is the house formerly 00
espied by Jacob It. by, near the tinned States Ltotel,
OFFICE--THIED STREET, (611 ELL'S ROW,
NEAR MAEKET. • -
-Residence, Clsestnut 'Street near Fourth
CITY OF HARRISBURG, FVSN'A.
At 12 dtf
ATTORNEY Al' LAW:
riFFERS Ilia professional services to all
persona having hosinese to be transacted In the
etoecral Courts of a:uphill county, the Land Department
of this State, or before the Board of rroperty.
been associated to the practice of the law, with hie-lath
er, JUILV A.11:11ER, he promises diligent and Careful
cttuon 20 an prolea.ionat hirenicat entrusted to t...em
thee corner of terond and Locust streets, (oppoeile to.
the kennayminta Rouse, Haerhkarg. ffPqa•
STATE CAPITAL BANK.
AIVERON, 00LbEll, -EBY Fi- CO.
CORNER SECOND AND WALNM 8Z2.,
V._ AR RIS BURG PENN.
A PR.Bsrat stobic
Fans Of Vanilla Beans, Heekera' Atrium; Yarfutuery. and
y Boa at 108,Daud.,stons,
znyB Market street, below Fiftb, Harrisburg, itto-
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tizivL/ , egissai ,
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V OL. XIII:
(seat (Ural ! ! Ilea! !! !
COAL ! COAL! [ COAL! I !
NOW IS YOUR TIME
TO GET CLEAN COAL;
Full Weight and Nothing Short of It!
ITIBANKFUL TO MY FRIENDS AND
X CUSTOMERS for their liberal patronage, I would
now - it:term them and the public geuerally, that I am
fully prepared, on short Lidice' to supply teem with all
kinds of -
SUPERIOR COAL OF ALL SIZES.
'FREE FROM. SLATE, AND CARKFULLY
SC'REENED AT As LOW A FIGURE AS
FAIR DEALING WILL AFFOItD.
Although my coal is nut weighed in SELF•WEICRING CARTS
BUT IS Wit GORD ON FCAIAS ACCURATELY TERME EY TEE
SEALER OF witness AND mnattnia, and . consumers may
rest assured that they wilt be fairly and hobesily dealt
with I sell nothing but the very best article, and . no
ALSO HICKORY, OAK and PINE WOOD, always an
hand. GEO. P. WIESTLING,
NOT '1:11.E FIRST ARRIVAL,
BUT' ARRIVED IN DUE TIME TO BE
SOLD AT REDUCED PRICES,
Lynx S VALLEY MOVE COAL, $2,60 per ton.
" NUT " 432.00 "
Also constantly on
LYREN'S VALLEY BROKEN,
If " EGG,
CUPOLA AND STEAMBOAT COAL,
No. 'and 4,
Blackeritit.W. Coal:-' Allegheny and Broad Top. Also,
hickory, Oak and Pine Wood.E. BYER4.
pl 4 No. 1 . 02 Chestnut street.
AND PRESCRIPTION STORE !
Wll. W. ARSTItONG, Prac-
tical ruggist and Chemist, would inform the
citizens of Harrisburg, that he has leased the store room
recently occ ,pied by Dr. Kimbell, and is now prepared
to furnish those who fell dispotod to patronise him, with
pure and unadulterated Drugs and Medicines, such as can
be relied upon, having bad several years carped:nee in
the Drug and Prescription.business,..he mint respectfully
solicits a share of Physician.' Prescription busts se. He
has also a large and varied assortment of Perfumery,
tiatiouery, &c. Also, all of the most popular Patent Me
dicines of the day ; also, Tobacco, Begars, Snuff, be , of
the best brands; also, Alcohol, Turpentine; Burning Fluid,
Coal lil, ke. In fact everything usually kept in a well
stocked ug store. novl2- dlm
GENERAL ORDERS---No. 3.
HEAD QrArras srkt TIT. P. V.,
klarri. , burg, Nov. sth, 1860.
I. The Volunteers of the Filth D. vision P.N . ., will pa
rade at Harriaburg, on TtrESDAY, January 15, 1861, at 10
o'clock A. El., to inaugurate Governor Andrew G. Curtin.
11. All Volunteers tli the 6tate and out of itare_cordial
ly invited to parteicate.
Regimads, Battalions and Companies will report
Brigadier.. Gannral.R. 0.-W411.4m¢ . fid.Bliff.a."ooh - PLT ,
P. 'V., al'Harrisburg. -try:cora - Mk
ai of •
Major General. WILLIAM 11. REIM,
• 6th Div. r. V.
JAMES FRIRLAND, Aide-de.Carrip. novt3
GENERAL ORDERS---No. 4.
BRAD QUART/RS 3D BRIGADE }
sth Div. P. V., Vov. 6th, 1860.
I. Agreeable to the orders of Major General Kolm, sth
Di'islon? V., the 3d Brigade 13th Division P. V. will pa
rade at Harrisburg on TUESDAY, January 15th,1861, at 10
o'cook A. H., to prrticipate to the inauguration of Gover
nor Andrew G. Cn:tin.
IL Col. Baker, of the lot Regiment will report to Maj.
John IV. Brown, at liarrisburg, on or before the Ist of
111. Capt. Epter s of the Cameron Guard will report
at Head Quarters cn or, before the luth of January,
1881 for further orders. Ey order of
E. C. WILLIAMS, Brigadier General
36 Brigade fish Division Y. V.
JOSEPH F. %Pm, Aid-de-Camp. nov6
RARE CHANCE FOR INVESTMENT.
11 1 1.1 07 .
VALUABLE HOTEL PROPERTY
In the City of Harrisburg.
'THAT well-known and valuable hotel
property known as the
( , SUSQUEHANNA HOUSE,"
120 w in the occupancy or WM. Mocherman, situate on the
east eud or blaritet street, and immediately opposite the
Pennsylvania Railroad Delia, a ill be offered at PRIVATE
SaLE until the 4th of December next, and , t not cold be•
forb that time, will be put up at public auct.ou on that
This is the most desirable property in the city of Dar
risburg for hotel business. Its proximity to the Penn.
sylvania Railroad Depot, and the Depot of all the rail
roads centering at Ilarnaburg,makes it more convenient
and =visible to the traveling public than any other
Ilcitel in the city.
Further iniormation in regard to this property and as
to the terms of sale, may be had by applying to
North ear. Market Equare, (Wyeth's Building,) second
o ry rr Jo. t. OCtl-dkW
NEW M 0 OKNIN . G
OATH CART & BROTHER,
Have now upon a large assortment of MOURNING
and FECUND HOURIVING
'Art -ether , goads desirable cor Full and Winter wear.
N 0.14 Market equare,
sa2 Next to the Harrisburg Batik.
THOROLGElJX_couiplets stock of all
XiZe3; styles„ for sale at
BF:RG.I'4EII'9 CHEAP BOOKS:0
vit.ukfrg — ,I3IOIIDY
OR PRF. very superior az: 7
_we on Mad 'and for ealeit.OW,tby
W. 14. POCZ JR, & CO.
"INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS--NEUTRAL IN NONE."
lIARRISBURG, PA.. SATURDAY AFTERNOON, DECEMBER 1, 1860.
Bread, Tea-Cakes, all kinds of Pastry, &c.
Proprietors of . ..s7tatomut Chemical Worts.
No. 33 INDIA ME', Boston.
CONCENTRATED Lea is the re
salt of 'careful chemical research. All its Ingrecti.
0. ts arc prepared in the highest state ofpurity, and com
tounded with a view to produce bread of a far better
quality, and in much less time, than by any other pro
cess ; and by the manufacturers submit it, with entire
confluence, to the judgment of discriminating house
Bread of all kin -s made by using Concentrated Leaven
is lijiter, more digestible and nuitritious; has an agrees:
ble, natural taste t is less liable to sour ; will retain its
moisture longer than by any other process, and the
whole preparation fur the oven need not exceed ten
It is valuable because it is not perishable, and may be
rendered avalable in places and at times when yeast is
not within reach, se at sea In all climates and under
all rircumttanees, it may be adopted, thus obviating all
(aktiity or precuriog yeast or other forme t, which Is
frequently of an inferior quality, ret dering the bread
more or less unwbolesome.
It is also vuluattle as regards economy, as it has been
ascertained that a saving is effected in the flour of not
less than 16 per cent. 1n the common process ranch of
the sanatoria° of the flour is Int by being converted
into carbmie acid gas, or spirit, and the waste is in
curred solely for the purpose of generating gas to raise
the dough. By using Concentrated Leaven this waste is
avoided, and the gat' obtained in a manner equally effi
cacious. Fermentation, as has been stated, destroys a
part of the flour or meal, ~ud, in consequence, a barrel of
flour weighing 196 lbs , which, by the con moo method,
ordinarily makes about `250 IDs of bread, gives by this
process 2uo lbs , time effecting the very important saving
MTh per cent in the quantity of flour. By conformity to
the directions on each package, any person capable of
ordinary attention may conduct the process, anti the re
sult will Invariably be highly satisfactory.
CERTIFICATE FROM . DR. HATES,
As,ayei to the Stale of ihrassachusetts.
"I have analysed the Concentrated Leaven, manufao.
tured by Beasts. Edw Chamberlin St Co., withrefereice
to its purity and efficiency of action in producing the ef
fect of yeast in distending dough, and thereby rendering
it fit for making bread. This article is skillfully cam.
pounded, from perfectly pure material. It raises the
dough without conenming the sugar or any other privet
pie itt the flour, perfectly; and the same weight et flour
will produce more sweet, palatable bread than can be
obtained through yeast; while for cakes and pastry it is
invaluable, as it saves all risk, and much time of the
"The experiments made by me confirm the statements
made by the manufacturers, and proves this compound
worthy of public approval and extended use.
•A. A. HAYES, Sf. D., State Atitayer,
"16 Boylston street, Boston, September 25, 1860."
BREAKF4.9I . AND TEA BOELS.—Two or three teaspoonsful
of Leavrn. (according tothe quality of the flour,) to one
quart of flour; mix thoroughly by passing two or three
times through a sieve ; rub in a piece of butter half the
size of an egg, and Make the paste with - cold milk or
water, (milk is preferable) barely enough to perissit,
rolling out. Ruch kneading should be avoided. Cut in
to dr sired form, and place immediately in a hot oven and
lieu t i "We i rif l aiet r ir a ira n in, MM - Wile l.
i e rl
the paste bun enough to knead into a loaf, and bake tat:
mediately in a slow oven.
Gaanaat BREAD —Three teaspoonful or Leaven to one
quart of wheat meal, sifted together ; add one gill of mo- -
lasses and two REV j make the paste thin with - Milk and
bake in a slow oven.
BROWN Bnasn.—Three teaspoonsfol of Leaven to one
pint of flour, and one pint of corn meal, all well sifted to
gether; add two eggs and about a gill of molasses; snaky .
the paste thin with milk , and bake slowly.
BUCKWHEAT BAKES.-11our and milk sufficient to make
one quart of batter ; ad d one egg, then three teaspoonful
of Leaven; beat to a froth,.and cook quick.
Dummies-1144 togethor one quart of flour and two tea •
epoonslul of Leaven; rub in a piece of buttechalf aa large
as an egg ; mix with cold milk or water, and boil ten
C11,0113 - KR S7REET Cexa.—Sift together two largo cups
of fluur and two teaspoonaful of Leaven; put in half a Cup
of biller and a cup and a half of sugar ; mix with cold
milk or water to a stiff bitter, add spieoto suit the taste,
and bake Immediately.
CINCINNATI SPONGE CAKE —Two cups or white Sugar
beaten with the yolks of six eggs—the whites of six eggs
boatel) to a froth; then beat all together ; add three cups
of sifted flour, one cup of water, and three teaspoonful
or Leaven; flavor with two teaspoonsful or essence or le
mon, and bake In a quick oven.
JOIBLIIS —sift together oue quart of flour and three
tew.puonsful of Leaven ; rub in one tea-cui ful
add a cup and a half of white sugar, and spice to suit the
taste; ars Wl' enough to roll out, and bake quick.
litsCrloNCios:—Oue quart of flour and thr, e teaspoOna
ful of Lmven silted t .gether ; add a cap of butter, one
pound of currants, two cups of white sugar, and one tea
spouniul of camanion ; mix with cold uid.k to a stiff bat
ter, and bako in a slow oven.
C0a1.17 CAE:E.—Lit:O pint each of flour and Indian meal,
and tht ee teaspooesful of Leaven, well sifted tegeher
add one gill of mokuses and two eggs ; mix thin with
milk, and oako in allow oven:
t.ur Cass.—Fivecupinf flour and three teaepoonsful
of Leaven, t ilted together; add one cup of butter,two of
sugar, and twitegge, all ivell beat together ; then add a
cup of currants, and spice to suit the taste. Bake about
L.ADM' CAKE —Three quarters of a pound of flour and
four teaspoocs:ul of Leaven sifted together; one pound of
sugar and s:x ounces 01 better beaten to a cream ; the
whites of oignt e:lgs well beaten, and the juice of oLe le
mon; Wit wan milk.
WEBSTER CABE.—Five cups of flour, three touspoonsful
of leaven, three cups of sugar, one of butter, one of
m IK, and two• eggs; font anti spice to the taste. Balm
shout rialt an hour.
Packed in Cases of 1,2, 4, and Six Dozen Cans
For sale by Grocers and Druggists generally.
WILLIAM UCLAGER k MG., Wholesale Agents,
No. 59 North Front ktreei, Philadelphia.
NEWLY REFITTED 1 •
riII3E UNDERSIGNED liaviug, leased
JL this' well known Lind popular hotel, in the City of
Harrisburg, is now rHittieg and furnishing the same
with NEW FURNITURE in the very best modern style.
It is located in theMosi. central part of the city, within
short distance of the di pros of Paw citlerent railroad
and also near the %tate CA pitol buildings.
The houEe is large and the sleeping anartinents are
nett ventilated. ' ' .
The TABLE is well provided - with all seasonable arti-'
ties This city is well known throughout tho State as
having the best market outside of the : Atlantic eitio t ant'
consequently no complaints shall be made on that score.
The BAR has alio undergone changes and will be kept
stocked with the best and purest Liquors in the country
No exertion will be spared to make the traveler and
sojourner comfortable m every respect. A continuance
o.: the Introoago of she old .customers,logethermith new
additions is respectfully sollclted... ,
CITY. LIVERY STABLES. .
BLAOKRER.RY ALLEY, IN 2'HE REAR OF
THE undersigned has re•commeneed the
livery business in his NEW and srActoos STA•
IiLES, located as above, with a large and varied stock of
HORSES, CARRIAGES and OMNIBUSES, which he will
hire at moderate rates. F. Ji. BwARTZ.
H. L. GODB OLD,
110RACTIO.IL Tuner and Repairer of
Pianos, Melodeons, &a. reoeive_orderitin
future at WM. IiNOCILE'S Mu io Store, 92 Markeistreel
Ail orders left at the above named place, or at the Buehler
Rouse, will meet with prompt. attention.
First class I'IsNOS for sale seplB
NOTICE TO SPECULMORS,
VALUABLE BUILDING .LOTS FOB LILL.
A NUMBER OF LARGE SIZED BtriLD
2-1. ING LOTS adjoining the ~ ound nano and Work
of the ypnria.ltailroad Company, will be sold
low and on remenable terlhe4d,Apply to
augBo Cat JOHN W. HALL
EDW. CHAAIBERLIN & CO.,
J. A. BENFORC k CO
Harrisburg, August 234
las discovered the most certain, speedy
and effectual remeds in the world for
'DISEASES OF IMPRUDENCE
=LEIF IN SIX NO TWELVR HOURS
No Mercury orNozious Drugs.
jam' A CMIR ' SitARRANTID, OR NO CRARON, IN FRON ONSI NO
Two DAYS mial
Weakness - of the Back or Limbs, Strictures, Pains in
the Loins, Affections of the Kidneys and Bladder, Organic
Weakness, Nervous Debility, Decay of the Physical Pow
ers, Dyspepsia. Languer Low Spirits, Confusion of Ideas
palpitation of the Heart, Timidity, Tremblings, Dimness ol
light or Giddiness, Disease of the Stomach .inactions of
the Head, Threat, Nese Or Skin—those terrible disorders
arising from the Indiscretion or Solitary Habits of Youth—
those dreadful anddistrictive practices which produce
constitutional debility, render marriage impossible, and
destroy both body and mind.
Young men especially whe have become the victims of
solitary Vice, that dreadfill and destructive habit which
annually sweeps to an untimely grave thousands of young
men of the most exalted talent and brilliant intellect, who
thightotherwisethave,entranced listening Senates with the
thunders of eloquence, or wetted to eestacy theliving lyre,
way call with.fulloonfldence, , •
ffiairlod persons, or those contemplating marriage, being
aware of physical weakness, should immediately consult
Or: S., and be restored to perfect health.
immediately Cured and/all Vigor Reitercd
He who places. himself under .the care of Dr. J. may
religiously confide in his honor as a gentleman, anli confi
dently rely upon his skill as a physician.
fog- Office No. 7 South Frederick Street.,Baltimore, d.,
on the . left handside - going from Baltimore street, 7 d rs
friim the corner. Be particular in observing the na - re
and riiiinbericii you will mistake the place. Be particular,
for Ignorant, Trifling Quacks, with false names, or Palin
Rumbug - Cerfifiecties, attracted by the reputation of Or.
Johnston, lurk near.; .
All letters must contain a Postage stamp, to use on the
DR: sfearrares Member Of the Royal Coliege of 6U rpm
Landon, graduate from one of the most eminent Coliegescl
the U. States, and the greater part of whose life him been
spent in the Hmpitals of London, Paris, Philadelphia am
elsewhere, heir effected some of the mostastonishing cures
that were ever: known. Many troubled with 'lnmate the
ears, and head when asleep, great nervousness, being
alarmed' at. deaden. Belinda, bashful:ems, 'with frequent
blushing, attended sometimes with derangement of mind
were cured licustedlately
TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE
Dr. J. addresses all those who having injuredthem
solves by prtvato and improper indulgences, that score
'lnd solitary habit which ruins both body and toted, un
fitting them ibr either business.or society..
These are some of the sad and melancholy effects pro.
laced by early habits of rout . viz : Weakness or the
Back and Liinbs, Pains izr the Read; Dimness 'of 'Sight,
Loss of Muscular Power, Palpitation of the Heart, Dyspep
sia, NarvciediNtritability,: Derangement . of. the DigeStive
Functions. General Debility,Symptoms of Consump
' Mentally, the learrol effects-on.thetnind are muchL to be
dreaded- - Loss of.litemory,.Coofusion_of_ideas, Dopres-
Rion of Spirits, Evil Forebodings, Aversion to Society, cad
distrust,-Love of %%Ude; Timidity, &e., are eonte. of th e
10 : 10 e , ' , If t weak, pale, nervous and emaciated, have a singu
lar appearance about the • eyes, cough, - and symptoms ol
who have injured themselves by a certain practice, in
dulged lb when alone—a: habit freqtently learned from
evil companions, or at • sohool t the effects of •which are
'lightly felt, even when asleep, and .if not cured, renders
marriage impossible and destroys :tp3t4 mind and body
ould apply immediately.
What a pity.that a ypung man, the hope of his country,
the darling •of his parenta, should be snatched from ad
prospects and enjoyments of life by thoconsequences cf
deviating from the path of nature, and Indulging In a
certain secret habit; Such persons must, before contort'
ere tthat a sound mind and body are the moat neon
ear equisites to promote connubial happiness. Indeed
w out these, thejourney through life becomes a weary
p rimage ;the prospect hourly darkens to the view ;
the mind becomes shadowed with despair, and tilled with
Ahe melancholy reflection that` the happiness. of another
becontes blighted with our own.
DR. JOHNSON'S INVIGORATING REMEDY FOR
' By this great and. Important remedy, Weakness of the
Organs are speedily cured, and full vigor restored.
Thousands of the most nervous and debilitated who
'had lost all hope, have been immediately relieved. Al
Impediments to arriage, Physical or Mental Mutual&
cation Nervous I rembling,.Weakness or Exhaustion of
the most fearful kind, speedily cured.
The many thousands cured - abthis Institution within the
last twelve year's, and the numerous important Surgica
Operations performea by. Dr. J., witnessed by the re
porters of the papers, and many other persons, notices el
which have appeared again and again before the public,
besides his standing as a gentleman of character and re.
sporwibiLit, Is a sufficient guarantee to the afflicted
DIRFAuu y OF IMPRUDENCE.—When the misguided and
Imprudent votary of pleasure finds he has imbibed the
seeds of this painful disease, it : too often happens that au
111-timed sense ol shame or dread of discovery deters laim
from applying to those who, from education and re
spectability can alone, befriend. nim, delaying till the
constiutional symptoms-of this horrid disease make their
appearance, affecting the head, throat, nose, akin, etc.,
progressing on with frightful rapidity, till death puts a
period t his dreadful' sufferings; by sending him to "that
bourne 'from whence.no traveller returns." - It is a melam
cholyis et that thouitenda fall victims to this terrible die.
- ease, owing to the unskilfulness of ignorant pretenders,
wbo r by the use of that deadLypoisow, mercury ruin the
constitution and makd the residue of life miserable
ID Strayers —The Doctor's Diplomas hang in ills °Moe.
gfir Letters must contaki a Stamp to as on the reply.
,64- Remedies sent by Mail...
sir No. Soat4Yrederiolx. street, Baltimore-
SILVER. PLATED WARE
N 0.1222 Market Street, Pnu-anitunia,
Manufacturer of tine.
NICKEL SILVER, and SILVER PLATER of
FORKS, SPOONS, LADLES, BUTTER liNlVat,
_.CASTORS, TEA SETS, URNS, KETTLES
WAITERS; BUTTER DISHES, ICE PITCHERS,
CAKE BASICEPS, • COMMUNION WARE,
CUPS; MUGS, GOBLETS, &c.,
With a general, anaortiitent, comprising none but the ben
quality, made ofthe best seedas and yletted, con,
stituting them -a
ServiCeable ina durable article
Nov ROTYLB 2 STEAMBOATS AND PRIVATI FAMILTSS,
gir Old War; re-plated In the best manner.
GEO. J. BOLTON, PBOPELETOR.
Tho ab cve well known and long established nctel is
now undergoing a thorough renovation, and being in a
great degree newly furnished,muder the - proprietorship
of Mr. Gamma J. /Imo; who has been an inmate of the
house for the last three years, and is well known to
'fhankful for the liberal patronage which It has en
joyed , I cheerfully commend Mr. Bolton to the public
f vor. 11e8 dawtfl WILLIAM BUEBLER.
ANTHER LOT OF THOSE
EXTRA FINE POINTED
Vmanufacture, warranted to beitte -beat. in matedal,
the ane4.ietftlo; mostrduiabli itslithdap.as. may
a market, for sale,— with a variety of Gold and silver
Cases of various sizes and'pricei, at '
' BERGNER'S CHEAT BOOKSTORE,
FORSuperior an Cheap Table -- Or
Salad 011, go to ISSURA'S 'Lin ST OR R
AT TILE NEW CITY STORE !
URICH & COINTERTFIWAIT
CORNER FRONT & MARKET STE.
A NNOUNCE to the ci'izena of Harris
xx burg at d the publl generally, that they have just
returned itom the eastern cities w.th a large and well se
lected stock of Fall. aLd Winter Goods, winch they will
non the vo .y lowest 'prices :
DOMESTIC GOODS of ovary kind.
Bleached ..nd Untilnebed Muslims,
Bleached and Unbleached canton Flannels.
RED FLANNELS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
A large assortment of Welsh Fl 1.D013 for Skirting.
An assortment Domestic Giogb ms,
.‘ Manch ster Gioghams,'
Satine M and Ca eimeres,
'‘ Blues Clo ho at sill:flees,
• Clmhs for Ladies' Chesterfields,
Beaver'Clotbs lor the Arab Cloaks,
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF BLANKETS.
A large assortment of Caadmer cs, especially adapted to
Boy's wear. An assortment of Merino Drawer* and Un.
dersbirls. An assortment of Carpets irom 12)6 CM a
yard to $l.OO per yard.
ALSO LATEST STYLES
STRIPED AND PLAID
RICH PLAIN AND FIGURED
RICH PLAIN 4ND FIGURED
ALL WOOL DELAINES,
BLACILSILKS, ALL WIDTHS.
A largo assortment of Brooke and Blanket Phawls, with
tall stock of the lated. novelties.
An assortment of Plain and Figured Cashmeres.
LINENS OF ALL KINDS.
Particular attention paid to first c:a4s Hosiery and Em
Aa as- o tment cd'Hugent a wove trail spring skirt pat
An assortment of irouding and Flannels.
time; & WPr.RTHWAIT,
Corner of Front and Market Streets, Harrisburg.
Formerly crimpled by 1 1,. Elmer.
BARGAINS FOR THE SEASON,
Just .received :and receiving from Philadelphia :and
BARGAINS In Silks of all kind, for cash.
BARGAINS in Snawis, of all kinds, for cash.
BARGAINS tn Cloaks and almas of all kinds, for cash.
BARGAINS in Plaid Dress Goods, of all kinds, for rash.
BARGAINS in every variLty of Reasonable Dress
Goods, for mill.
BARGAINS in Blankets, of all kinds, for cash.
BARGAINS in all kinds of Flannels, for cash.
BARGAINS in Carpettre of Oil Cloths, Ac., Jot cash.
Anti...l and a I.M . R.kinds of pry•Goous esually kept
ita c k; 1, . kr*F-T4-I. FY Difge, vesil selected
Ca. $ "- JONES' :TORE.
SHIRT AND COLLAR HOUSE !
White, Fancy„ Check,
Hickory, Denim ttod Flannel
UNDER AND OVERSHIRTS,
Overalls, Drawers ttud
Geutlemens' Furnishing Goods.
BENNETT & RUCH.,
oetl7-d3rn 217 Church Alley.
Agents for the Beverly India Rubber Clothing.
FOR THE LADIES,
A LARGE LOT OF FIRST QUALITY
TOWIEN'S KID GLOVES,
Slightly damaged with water—Price 50 sad 75 as.—
GREAT BARGAINS. A Hoe azsortment of a.tme quality,
pehec:,—Blaci, White and Colored,
Na.' 14 Market r_,quatc.
JUST FROM THE
r i a rt.A3DCM SLA.X.EMS.:
qIIIE SUBSCRIBER has just received
ftom the New 1 ork and Philadelphia Trade -Sales
A LARGE ADM WELL SELECTED STOCIC. OF
STANDARD WORKS !
IN EVERY DEPARTMENT OF LITERATURE.
BLANK BOOKS, PAPER, AND STATIONERY
OF ALL KINDS;
To which the attention of the Public, Committees of
Libriwies, Teachers, Country Merchants and purchase's
generally, is invited.
As all have been purchased far below the regular
price's, they can and will be sold at but a small advance
on the cast, insurin., to purchasers a saving of 1C to 25
Fer cent. on trade price., et
BERGNER'S CHEAP BOOKSTORE,
oct3l 51 Market street.
BERGNER'S CHEAP BOOKSTORE,
51 MARKET STREET,
IS THE CHEAPEST PLACE IN TEE CITY
Comprising ail the variom
READING AND SPELLING BOOKS,
all ihe SCHOOL BOOKS used in the various Public and
Private itchaols of the City, together with
COPY AND COMPOSITION BOORS,
LE:22ER, CAP and NOTE PAPER,
BLANK BOOKS, SLATES,
LEAP AND SLA TB PENCILS,
PENS 4 ISD HOLDERS, INK
INKSTANDS, RULERS and
the meet complete assortment of tcHuoL sr SilltegEßY
constantly on hand ant for sale at THE LOWEST PRICES
OF Ali? Placa in the city at
BERGNER'S CHEAP BOOKSTORE,
,ks-Liberal discounts made to teachers and deniers.
Any articht not on band promptly furnished without
extra charge. sent 4
DR. C. WEICHEL;
SURGEON AND °OCULIST,
RESIDENCE THIRD NEAR NORTH STREET
HE undersigned, DOCTOR OF DENTAL
SURGERY ; bae returned and resumer his practice
n State-atreek 'of/Post - M. the "Bratty Re me,” where he
will be pleased. is attent to WI wt,o may there hi ser
41geo. . . [sept7l B. M. GILDEA, P. D. S.
ORANGES AND LEMONS.
- LIMY BOXES in prime order just
cotood mad for sale by
ytab ..WM. DOCK ,TR. & co.
/tram Erinting ffittt.
Having procured Steam Power Preen's, we are
prepared to execute JOB and Bt ad/ PRINTING of every
desert ogee. cheaper that It can be done at any other es
tablishnient in the country.
Vir Four lines or lon constitute One halfsqnsre. Etg n
lire . or more then toot. constitute a square.
hall square. one day ...
t. six months.....,
One Fquare one day
one week 2 00
C 4 one month . 8 00
three months . 6 00
sixmonths.— . .......... ....... 8 00
one , ear 10 00
819••Thisiness notices inserted in the L.. column. or
before Marriages and Deaths, FIVE CEAVIS FIR UNE
for each insertion. _
az- marriages and Deaths to bo charged as regular
Pedestrianism in England.
THE FASTEST TIME EVER MADE
A MILE IN 4 bIINUTSB 22 EISOONDS
Though the above grounds are of comparative
ly recent formation, they have already beeu the
scene of some extraordinary achievements, ca
nine as well as bipedal. Some time aso it will
be remembered that 'lom Misspell, of Basford,
was considered the fastest mile runner, even
when he occupied 4 min. 28 sec. in accomplish
ing the distance; but when he subsequently met
Job Smith, of Manchester, upon this course, and
traversed a mile in 4 min. 23 sec., hie perform
ance then, anti up till to day, was unparalleled
in pedestrian annals. But the event of this
afterno-n proved that Lancashire may now
pride herself on possessing the hero in mile ra
ces in the person of Siah Albison, of Buwlee, a
rural village situated near Middleton. Before
describing the contest, a few particulars of its
origin may not be uninteresting to our pedee
tlian readers. On the 11th of August last, the
spirited proprietor of these grounds gave a
splendid champion belt to be run for, which
bad been manufactured expressly for the occa
sion by Mr. Preston, of London, the value of
which was 60 guineas, and on that day the fol
lowing men contested for the coveted prize:—
Slab Albison. of Bowlee, near Middleton; Job
Smith, of Hulme; W. Lang, of ftliddleetortiugh;
J. White, of Gateshead, and O. Mower, of Dur
ham. Prier to the race, Allison was so much
pleased with the trophy that he declared his
intention either to become its possessor or to
cause the man who defeated him not to let the
grass grow under his feet whilst contending tor
it, and Albison fulfilled his prediction by car
rying off the prise. the conditions under which
he held it- required him to hotd himself in
readiness to ruu any one who might challenge
him *lt oueli. Oleic columns at six weeks' notice,
for £25 a side and the belt, the distance of
course being one mile. W. Lang, (late of Mid
dlesborough, but now of Manchester) not con
tented, it would appear, with hitting to suc
cumb to Allison in their former engagement,
threw down the vauntlet, and this afternoon
was fixed for champion honors. Soon alter
articles had been signed; both men went into
active training, Lang betaking himself to in
hale the invigorating breezes of Daley Dale,
in Derbyshire, and Albisou's preparation was
entrusted to his veteran tutor, Mr. J Etchells,
of the Weavers' Arms, Ellsworth. As the day
of running approached, toe interest as to the
result became more intense, especially as a few
who were supposed to be acquainted with
"stable secrets' pronounced - both pedestrians
to be in firstrate fettle. The excitement, how
ever, reached its culminating point this after
noon; a considerable number of cabs, heavily
laden 'isuesee, „ -
of persons on fcst; - all assisted to . swell the at- ,
•refeier thaereetessure ante a monster
gatheting, - between "3,000 and 4 000 persons
being present, and gave proof that the heydey
of foot racing has out yet passed. Added to
this the day was fine, the course in ciliate' or
der, end the same excellent arrangements as
usually prevail here having again been made,
everything foreshadowed a more than ordinari
ly interesting struggle for the "pride of the
place," and such it was. Mr. Hayes, filled the
office of referee, and the betting, which opened
at 7 to 4, closed at 2 to 1 on Allison. At about
a quarter to four o'clock Lmg made his ap
pearance on the scene of action, accurupauLd
by his friend and becks r, Mr. G. Hardy.—.
Silently afterwards, Allison also entered the
arena, both looking well and each appearing
sanguine of the result. Lmg won the tuns, of
course then taking the inside place, and after
a couple of failures they lett the crease at the
third attempt. After running nearly side by
side for a few strides Lang began to show the
way at a pace the reverse of slow, and gradu
ally gaining upon his opponent, he was leading
by nearly half a score yards when the men first
passed the stand. 'ibis gap Lang still Mailer
widened during the succeeding revolution of
the course, on the complexion of which he held
the premiership by upwards of a el zen paces,
but shortly afterwards Albison began to make
up leeway. On going along the back of the
grounn on the final lap, the Champion gradu
ally reduced the distance between himself and
his formidable opponent, and became more
close than pleasant to Lang. Rounding, the
bend they were nearly breast and breast, and
on entering the straight the struggle as to
which should claim the belt was commenced in
e truest. Every energy of which they were in
possession was now brought into action, as
yard by yard they rushed on, and though Al
bison's backer shied his castor into the air,
when the men had about lio yardi to run, the
race was not then over. Aibison, however,
having got jest in front, succeeded in slightly
increasing his lead during the concluding forty
yards, and the trophy once more fell into his
possession, after a magnificent race, Mr. Hayes'
fiat being that Allison had won by a yard. The
winner covered the distance in four minutes and
twenty two and a Quarter seconds! thus excelling
Hosspors fastest time by three-quartets of a
second. Both pedestrians had had quite enough
at the finish, Lang especially being much dis
tressed, and Albison was warmly congratulated
lon iris brilliant victory. Lang's performance,
thOugh an unsuccessful one, reflected great
credit upon him, and though he did not win
tue belt, he lost little of his well earned fame.
Surprising as was Albieun's achievement, we
cannot help thinking but that he, at times,
somewhat hazards his chance by purposely tail
ing so far behind, such being the C3,,e not only
to-day, but also when he first contended for
the prize. Should Albison continue so to do,
he may do a future occasion, when coping
against some pedestrian—even if mot quite so
fleet—find the beautiful trophy, upon the pee
' session of which he so justly prided himself,
Wrested from his grasp. We may add, in con
elusion, that L tug is just over twenty-one years
of age, and Al bison attained his - twentieth birth
day on the 21.3 th of April last. - -
THE GEEATEEr OIL DiscovEar YET.—Western
Virginia promises to divide with Slippery Keit ,
Creek, and the districts. up the Alivgneuy, the
attention of oil speculators. In °tack 'county,
some time since, a Mr. Haps sunk a well one
hundred and fifty feet, and is now taking out
fd rEe n barrels a day. Mr. ilathhone, - from
whom Kurns leased, .
snlisequently sunk a well
himself, and in twelve hears after " WIG
struck, it filled a cistern containing one hun
dred and thirty barrels•cf brty gAlons tech.
But this is not a11..-They have di , c;pvered a
vein of oil coal one ttousand feet thick, in ti
mountain r n Hugh's river, a tributary of Ka
nawha. This coal,
.when put Cu a shovel and
held oyeribe fire; Welts into oil, so'that" the
discovery is pi.inast,iMpurtant one. . good
deal of, excitement row/ails ju the neighbor
hood and " ile" sites are tieing disposed of
rapidly at fabulous prices.
RATES OF ADVERTTSTVO
$0 1 .
~.. . ..... L 00
COPENHAGEN Gitourns, Oct. 27