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saturilay Afternoon, Deeember 1, INO.
lir STREET METHODIST CHUROIE. —The
t etvices will be .held in this church to
worrow morning and evening - . In the after
noon at three o'clock thy Sacramental and Bap
tkinal ordinances will be administered.
clot"..—At the present writing there is every
indication of a know storm. The probability
is that we shall soon hail the advent of merry
el.lgit bells. Now is the time to remember the
poor, and this class is very numerous in our
city at the present time.
INSURE Youst PROPZEIT.—This is the Season
when danger from fire is to be apprehended.—
All property holders, therefore, should have
their dwellings and places of busi n ess insured in
a reliable company. The D.laware Mutual is
one of this hind, and Wm. Buehler, Esq., is
the agent for this city..
DIE IV/LLIAMSPORT WIT/11-AWAKES, accompa
nied by the Repass Cornet Band•— one of the best
is northern Pennsylvania—intend visiting this
c!ty nest January, to participate in the inaugu
ration parade. They will he joined by other
clubs in Lycorning and adjoining counties.
Nuns cf the military companies in that section
be, in attendance.
DIE PENNSYLVANIA ELECTORAL COLLEGE meets
here next Wednesday, in the Hall of the House
of Representatives. No doubt the occasion
w ill attract a large crowd of Republican poli
ticians from vorious sections of the State to
the seat of government.
Tee CONTINENTALe give one of their inimita
ble entertainments in Brant's Hall this evening,
and of course all lovers of good music will be on
hand to hear them. On former occasions these
accomplished vocalists have been honored with
fall houses, and we presume Such will be the
ease tonight. They are not only first-class
musicians, but high.toned gentlemen.
ANOTIIER MAsrmom RAJ:aut.—Generous mother
earth has been nnusually prolific the present
season in the production of large Radishes,
judging from newspaper accounts. We are
now informed that Mr. John Good, residing
near Linglestown, raised one weighing twenty
nine pounds, and measuring thirty one inches
in circumference and four feet three inches in
length ! Mr. E. W. Ammon of Linglestown, is
NOT/CR.—Sullivan S. Child has been duly
authorized to receive all monies subscribed
towards the purchase of a Steam Fire Engine,
for the use of the Friendship Fire Company,
1. Jr.to. RITNER,
President of the Committee on Steamer.
Att es :t—GEO. EARNNST, tecretary.
Ne i i „ine all who have subscribed in aid of
tid e eemme :adable enterprise will promptly pay
Mr. Child wh,:uk called upon. The steamer
will be a valuable acquisition to our already
well organized and ,4ilective fire department,
and the sooner it is ord‘'raj the better. This
will be dono whenever ther 41ompany obtain a
sufficient amount to make We first Payment.
THE SKATING SGASOII has been LYalghtrated by
a few adventurous youths. Some frozen ponds
in the vicinity of the city present a field for
their operations, and we suppose they enjoy the
sport as extensively as their limited territory
will allow. Of all out-door winter sports we
regard skating as the most pleasant and health
ful ; and the jtiveniles of both sexes should be
allowed the largest liberty in this respect. In
many places it is fashionable for ladies to in
dulge in this exhilarating exercise, and we hope
to see the custom inaugurated here this win
ter. At Williamsport, on Thanksgiving Day,
scores of young ladies, with cheeks blushing at
the rude kiss of the saucy wind, w ore on skates,
gliding swiftly and gracefully over L::'° glassy
surface of the canal ; and the scene was ‘..sile of
the most animated and refreshing we have ,C'
nessed for a long time.
SVDDRN DEATIIS. —The sudden deaths which
are of such frequent occurrence these times,
keep constantly reminding us of the uncertain
ty of life. To day men move among us in ap
parently good health, with no thought of death,
and tomorrow we are summoned to follow
them to the tomb ! Two more victims were
stricken down by the "insatiate archer"on Tues
day last. Dr. Bower, of Myerstown, died very
suddenly of appoplexy. He had an extensive
practice, and stood high in community. On the
morning of the same day Mr. Jacob Miller, of
East Hanover township, Lebanon county, was
found a corpse in his bed. He was apparently
in the enjoyment of his usual good health when
he retired the evening previous. He was a re
spectable farmer, sixty-three years of age. In
these sudden deaths we are again forcibly re
" Our hearts, like mulled drums,
Are beating funeral marches to the grave."
TIEN JON/MOWN RAPPING MYSTERY.— Th e
alleged 'spiritual manifestations" in Jones
town, several times referred to in our column s,
have assumed a differentleature. The rays' te
rious "operator" has been playing all sorts of
tricks lately, to the annoyance of the fami:ly
end persons whose curiosity attracted them to
the house. A correspondent of the Leban, m
Courier, writing from Jonestown, says that a
short time ago "the periodical rapping cease sd
and the spirit refused to not unlessthe girl w as
placed in a dark room, where the apparihi on
manifested itself to her in the form of a 'Hi tle
girl, and'perforuted whatever it was bid. It:;',lnts
struck a person in the face, hit another with a
boot, bolted and unbolted the door, tied., and
untied her hands and feet, set the girl wi,th her
chair on the table and the table ran away with
her. Her father had intended to take her to
Cumberland county one . day last week., but be
fore the time appointed for their depe ature, the
incorporeal being discontinued its operations
and all entreaties or invocations ha, to since re
mained unanswered if not unheard."
AN OLD CITIZEN OF READING, Mr. 04arles
Fredrick Elelman, whose name Is "familiar as
a household word" to all Family Alan, na°
readers, died in that city yesterday, in the sev
enty ninth year of his age.
PeKivaig.—Among the "live stock" in market
this morning, we noticed a number of Possums,
which sold for two shillings each. They are
said to he very abundant this season, and the
country lads cApture large numbers of them.
AN ASSOCIATION OF PREACHERS will meet in the
Locust street Methodist church of this city
next Tuesday, and continue in session for two
days. On Tuesday evening a public sermon
will be preached—probably by Rev. Mr. Elliott
of Lancaster—on which occasion the audience
will be entertained with some excellent music
by the Choir of which Mr. Wm. A. Tarbutton
is the successful leader. The new and popular
anthem, "Jehovah's Praise," in which a young
lady member of the Choir sings a soprano solo,
is among the pieces selected. The Methodist
Choir is said, by competent judges, to be one of
best in the State, and we advise all lovers of
good church music to attend the services on
Tuesday evening. They will hear a good ser
mon, and at the same time enjoy an unusually
rich musical treat.
DEATH OF AN AGED CITIZEN.—hits. Elizabeth
Fertig, one of the oldest inhabitants of Dau
phin county, died at the residence of her son,
near the village of Dauphin, on Tuesday last,
of disease of the heart, after a short illness.—
Mrs. Fertig was born in Montgomery county,
Pa., where she lived until the age of ten years,
when her parents removed to this county, and
settled the place where Dauphin now stands.—
She remembered passing through Harrisburg
when it was a small village consisting of a few
houses. In her early youth she connected her
self with the Lutheran church, of which she re•
mained .ft consistent member until the time of
her death. She died in the triumphs of a glo
rious hope, in the 81st years of her age. The
funeral took place on Thursday morning, from
the residence of her son, and was attended by
a large concourse of relatives and friends.
THE WASHINGTON MONUMENT CONTRIBUTION.
The following letter from the Secretary of the
Washington National Monument Association,
acknowledging the receipt of the money con
tributed by voters of our city at the lett elec
tion, in aid of the patriotic enterprise, was re
ceived by Dr. Porter, who handed it to xis for
publication. It ought to have appeared. sooner,
but was mislaid :
WASHINGTON NATIONAL 1410Nt7211SNT OFFLON,
Washington, November 24, 1860.
DEAR Sue :—I have the pleasure of acknow
ledging receipt of your draft for $32 36. Ac
knowledgment of this acceptable contribution
from the voters of your patriotic town has been
made in one of our city papers. Were each
city and precinct to do as well throughout the
Union, the society would be enabled to resume
the construction of the Monument, and to in
dulge in the pleasing anticipation of its not
For your attention in the matter please accept
the thanks of the Society. Resp'y. Yours,
TOLLE CARROLL BRENT, Secretary.
Gizmo . W. PORTER, Esq., P. M., Harrisburg.
A DEN or INIQUITY.—There exists in the
very heart of our populous and moral city, a' ,
disreputable institution which ought to be
looked after by the proper officers. Young
females, and in some instances married w omen,
who have long moved in respectable circles,
have seriously damaged if not entirely ruined
their reputations, by frequent visits to the den
alluded to. Its patrons are men making pre
tensions to respectability and morality, who, by
means of a paid procuress, lure young women
into this sink of iniquity and debauchery, and
send them forth tainted and blighted, to 'become
moral wrecks upon the great sea of humanity.
The existence and locality of the den, as well
as the names of its patrons and some of their
victims, are not unknown in official circles ; and
for the credit of the city and the cause of mo
ralityand virtue, the infamous institution ought
to be crushed out. If this can be effected in no
other way, prosecute the proprietor of the con
cern, and place the visiting females upon the
witness stand. If common rumor be true, such
, action would lead to developments tending to
create an immense sensation in community,
end reveal reveal a state of affairs that few people
d rt ssun of. Oar readers in this enlightened,
moral and religious city, may well ask—
"Can such things be,
Am ,' overcome us, like a summer cloud,
with „nt our special wonder?"
TEE INFATUATIOEf OF L°l "Rug• — One Of our
Philadelphia exchan:i'es, in an article exposing
the lottery swindles of,that city, gives the fol
lowing remarkable instate of their fearful de
leterious effects. We coromend the article to
the attention of young men in our city who
make a practice of buying lottery tickets, with
the expectation of sometime drawing a prize ;
If you wish to avoid a fate similar to that of
the young man referred to, avoid lotteries and
lottery policy dealers as: you would a gambling
hell or a den of thieves :,
In the immediate vicinity of a certain policy
dealer the son of a country clergyman resided.
This youth, the hope of an;. estimable parent,
was a journeyman at some branch of carriage
making. He came to town - with a few hundred
dollars in cash,and the entice.ments of his neigh
bor over the way were soon made known to
him. Straightway he became' a patron of poli
ties. At the first venture he won a few dol
lars. These he doubled and frtaked again and
lost. Again he staked, and ;again lost, until
more than half of his funds N.Tere taken from
him. Made desperate by failure, but still con
fident of success, he staked all that remained,
and was penniless. His destitution made him
insane. Surviving a long ilneas he resumed
his trade, but had no mind for work. All his
energies were concentrated upon the policies,
and the sad scene was witnessed of the errant
lad sweeping the pavement and doing menial
service for the man who had robbed him. His
recompense for this debasement was the privi
lege of choosing three numbers gratuitously in
the policy list. We beheld him lately, a de
jected and changed being, the weekly recipient
of a small sum from the policy dealer. He oc
cupies the position of copyist in that worthy's
office, and his wasted energies are crazed into
the single lust of winning. In a few months
some moneys left him by a deceased relative
will be received.• It had been more direct for
the dead man to have willed the cash at once
to the policy dealer. A felv days ago, as an
evidence of returning mind, the son of the
clergyman begged some gentleman to " back"
him as a policy dealer. To such high expecta
tions has the child of the Gospel herald aspired.
Pennovlvania fatly Ccicgraph, Riaturbav 'Afternoon, Member I, 1860.
A STATED MEETING- of the Citizen Fire Engine
and Hose Company, will be held at their hall on
Monday evening, at seven o'clock. Every
member is requested to be present, as business
of importance wilt( be transacted. The semi
annual nomination of officers for the ensuing
term will take place. The Directors are also
requested to meet at the house this (Saturday)
evening at : - even o'clock.
.1.119 CONDITION.—We learn that Mr. Joseph
Cunkel, who was assaulted and cruelly beaten,
by two or three rowdies, on Tuesday night last,
is gradually improving, and hopes are enter
tained of his speedy convalescence. Suit was
brought against his assailants by the father of
Mr. Cunkel, but we hear it rumored to-day that
the pasties have compromised. Whether the
rumor be true or false, remains to be seen.
WASHINGTON HOSE HOUSE.-DAS 110 W build.-
lug, in Chestnut street, is now finished, and
will he ready for occupation as soon as the fur.
niture is introduced. the front of the building
is ornamented with a magnificent stained glass
window, in the centre of which is the figure of
a bull's eye, surrounded by thirty-three stars.
On either side are representations of Washing
ton, the Goddess of Liberty, a Fire Plug and
Hose attached, Fire Hat and Horn, Water
Fountains, etcetera, The glass is set in a highly
polished Walnut frame. It - is a very fine affair'
and when the room is lighted up at night will
present a gorgeous appearance. The glass was
manufactured in Philadelphia, at a cost 2f about
one hundred dollars.
RELIEF FOR KANSAS. —Meetings have been
held in many places for the purpose of raising
means for the relief of the Kansas sufferers.—
Mr. Thaddeus Hyatt, of New York, in obedience
to an appeal made, has recieved a handsome
aggregate sum, which will of course be faith
fully applied to the object contemplated. Are
there no persons in this city disposed to contri
bute to the relief of their suffering brethren in
Kansas ? We hope are effort will be made to
raise some funds for that purpose.
Since writing the above, we learn that a
meeting will be held at Brant's Hall on Mon
day evening at 7 o'clock in aid of the starving
people of Kansas. Joseph Gardner, the author
ized agent of the Kansas Belief Committee, will
addrees the meeting.
UNFAIR DISCRIMINATION.-It not unfrequently
happens that when some of our "country
cousins" come to the city and imbibe tangle
foot a little freely, they are picked up-by the
constables, taken before an Alderman, and
committed to prison for thirty days. Such was
the case the other evening. A very respecta
ble and well-to-do farmer, good natured and
inoffensive, was captured while slightly Intoxi
cated, by one of our valiant police officers and
taken to prison. On the evening previous our
streets were crowded with drunken rowdies,
residents of this city, who made night hideous
with their bacchanalian revels, and no arrests
were made by the police officers. Now we con
tend that all offenders should be treated alike ;
and this unfair discrimination in favor of well
dressed city rowdies, by the constables, is gen
erally and justly censured. Let them arrest all
.or none. Make no distinction between drunk
ards in broad-cloth and drunkards in, home
Night after night rows occur in drink
ing shops, and on the streets, and these disor
derly scenes are enacted with impunity, the
constables seldom interfering or making an
arrest. But wiait.in. unsophisticated country
man comes to the city and exhibits himself on
the street in an inebriated condition, these
argus-eyed, vigilant and brave officers pounce
upon and conduct him to the prison or the
lock-up ! The system practiced by our consta
bles is unjust, and ought to be reformed.
ADVENT OF WINTER. —The genial Summer is
peat, glorious Autumn has departed, and this
mowing the stern old Winter Ring made his
advent, with icy breath and lowering brow.
With all his rudeness and coldness and wailings,
who don•'t like gam., frosty old Winterjolly,
roystering old Winter—happy, healthy, blus
tering old Winter—the time for fun and frolic,
song and sentiment, social dancing parties, jolly
home circles, sparkling fires, long evenings and
favorite authors? Now does the keen wind
buoy up the drooping spirits and impart a frui
tion that no Summer day's languor can impart
—now does the glowing skater skim gracefully
over the smooth blue ice—and soon will tinkle
the merry sleigh bells over hill and dale. And
now, 0 Winter I comes the especial season of
feasting, of 'harmless relaxation, and joyous
revelry—now comes merry, fat, good-natured
Christmas, and jolly, happy, hopeful New Year.
These,. Winter, are thine own. No other season
can lay claim to them—no other season can
give them to us. And though thy hair be frosty
and white, Old Winter, and thy face pinched and
blue, thy heart is right and true and sincere,
and thy hands are open, as thou treadst this
good old earth. There is much to be enjoyed
and to be thankful for during thy reign on this
slandered World of ours—in thine not alone
but in those of thy brothers, Spring, Summer
and Autumn—by the possessors of warm hearts,
good tempers, sociable dispositions and clear
consciences. God's blessing on thee for the
good you bring, and health to all to enjoy it.
May those who have warm rooms and cheer
ful fire-places remember in mercy the suffering
and the destitute, and share with them some
portion cf the blessings and the bounty that is
GREAT ARRIVAL of new and cheap goods ; a
splendid and large assortment just opened.—
Beautiful styles of new De Laines ; 100 pieces
of new Colicos splendid colors 10 cents ; 50
pieces Canton Flannel 10 and 11 cents; large
lot of black and brown Muslin ; 1000 yards of
pant stuff for men and boys ware ; 80 dozen
Undershirts and Drawers 66 and 75 cents ; 50
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, B. LBW, Wan Road's old stand.
"At night with noisless fingers,
The frost its pencil takes,
Mingles the rainbow colors
Beside tne crystal lakes,
And softly shades the smallest leaf
Before the sun awakes,"
Two YOUNG MEN wore fined recently, in Al
lentown, for defacing hand bills. The boys of
this city, who are in the habit of mutilating
and tearing down bills, almost as soon as they
are posted, will do well to make a note of the
fact that it is a finable offence.
W. A. BATCHELOR'S HAIR DYE!
THIS SPLENDID HAIR DYE hag no
equal—lnstantaneous in effect—Beautiful Black or
Natural Brown—no staining the skin or injuring the
Hair—remedies the absurd and ill effect of Bad Dyes, and
Invigorates the Hair lbt life. None are genuine unless
signed "W. A. Batchelor " Sold everywhere.
CHAS. BATCHELOR, Proprietor.
marl2.dawly 81 Barclay > treet, New York.
BRYAN'S TASTELESS .VERNIFIIGE
Of worms—the vile scourges
The Vermifuge give,
and; as sure as you live,
They'll get their discharges.
What. is BRYAN'S VBFsiffie(tr.Y Simply a pure and
tasteless Vegetable Curative, No child can be harmed
by it, no warm can survive it, no mother should be
without it, no words can express its value. Price 25
cents. Sold by Geo. SR alVisa ly2o
PROT. WOOD'S HAIR. RESTORATIVB.—This Re
storative for making the hair grow, stopping its falling
out, and restoring gray hair to its original color, is be
coming celebrated. All the quack nostrums are giving
way before it. Three fourths of the mixtures for re
storing and beautifying the hsir, 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.
Bat Prof. Wood's Restorative may be relied upon as con
taininrnothing which canin 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. Democrat.
Sold by all Druggists. nol9-1m
HOSITEsts, READ rms.—The following is au
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
nowoed medicine—Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup for
Children 'Seething :
"We see an advertisement in your column of Mrs.
Winslow's Soothing Syrup Now we never said a worJ
in favor of a patent medicine before in our life, but we
feel compelled to say to our readers, that Weis no hum
bug—we hare tried it, aed /mom it to be all it claims. It
is, 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. • au 22
Davis' Pain Killer.
MO MEDICINE 1113 more prom pt in its action in
cases of Cholera, Cholera Mottos, .ke., than Perry Davis'
Pain Killer. It is the acknowledged antidote which sel
dom fails if applied In its early symptoms. No family
should bo without a bottle of it always on hand.
The stain on linen from the use 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,
Bm. - REV. J. BENJAMIN,
Late Missionary in Burmab.
Sold by all druggists, grocers and medicine dealers
throughout the United States and Canadas.
OrWE call the attention of our readers to an
article advertised in another column, called BLOOD Foot.
It is an entirely new discovery, and mustnot be cotfound
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 ana natural in action, and
what one gains be retains. Let all those, then, who aro
suffering from poverty, impurity or deficiency of blooi,
and consequently with some chronic disease or ailment,
take of this BLOOD FOOD and be restored to health. We
notice that our Druggists have received a supply of this
article, and also of the world-renowned Dr. Bermes IN.
PANTILE' 0011DIAT, which every mother should have. It
.is said to contain no paregoric or opiate of any kind
whatever, and course must beinvaluable for all Infant
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
mimes, who 'Lurie endured anxious days and sleepless
n ghts, procure a supply and be at once relieved.
hfirsee advertisement. an2-tfeb6
For Bale by O. A. Bennvart, sole agent, Harrisburg, Pa:
(Prom the New York Times, August 3, 1859.
SPALDING'S PREPARED Gum—Prepared Glue:
a very useful and convenient article for housekeepers
and others, is "Spalding's Prepared Glue." It is 02e of
those inventions, small in themselves, which, never
theless, go Mr 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
nittne, picture-frames, crockery, children's toys, lea.
ther, shell and other fancy work, with the almost Innu
merable uses to which-in every household a really good
and ever-ready article of this kind 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 solution until It Is applied. wins
out affecting its strength, and which serve to give the ad.
besive matter a firmer hold on the surfaces to be united,
after which they quickly evaporate, leaving the glue to
harden wills rapidity and tenacity. It is estimated that
there are at least five millions of households in the
United States, and that an outlay of from one to ten dol.
lass is annually required to make small repairs to furni
ture alone, apart from the numerous neglects and make -
shifts that are necessarily resorted-to.
TEE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY
SIR JAMES CLARKE'S
CELEBRATED FEMALE PILLS.
Prepared from a Prescriplion of Sir T. Clarke, AL D.,
Physician Extraordinary to the Queen.
This invaluable medicine is entailing in the cure of all
those painful and dangerous diseases to which the female
constitution is subject. It moderates all excess and re.
moves all obstructions, and a speedy cure may be
TO MARRIED LADIES
it is peculiarly suited, It will, in a short time, bring on
the monthly period with regularity.
Each bottle, price One Dollar, bears the Government
Stamp or Great Britain, to prevent counterfeits.
These Fins should not be taken by tema/e,s during the
FIRST THREE 11101 V TM' of Pregnaucy, as:they are sure
to being on Miscarriage, but at any other tinge they are
In all cases of Buyer's 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 be carefully preserved.
N. 8.—51.00 and &postage stamps enclosed to any au
thorized Agent, will insure a bottle, containing 60 Pills,
by return mail.
For sale by 0. - A. BANNVART. jy9 dawly
IMPORTANT TO FEMALES.
DR. CHEESMAN'S PILLS,
Prepared by Cornelius L. Cheeseinan, M. D.,
NEW YORK CITY.
combination of ingredients in these
1. Pitts are the result of a long and extensive practice.
They are mild in their operation, and certain in correcting
all irregularities, Painful Menstruation, 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, &e., disturbed sleep, which arise from mterruptiou
TO MARRIED ;ADM,
Dr. Cheeseman's Pills aro 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. Cheeseman's Pills doing all that
they represent to do.
There is one condition of the female system in which the
Pate cannot be taken mahout producing a PECULIAR
RESULT. 2715 condition referred to is PREGNANCY—
the result, .iILSOARRLAGE. Such is Me irresistible
tendency of the medscine to restore he sexual functions to a
normal cemittie ea, :hat teen the reproductive power of
nature cannot renal it.
- - .
Warranted purely vegetable, and free from anything
injurious, Explicit directions, which should bo read, ac
company each box. Price $l. Sent by mail on enclosing
to DR. COmairca L. °lntestates, Box 4,1531, Post Office,
New York Qty.
Sold by one DruggList in everytown in the United States
R. B. HUTCHINGS,
General Agent for the United States,
14 Broadway, New York,
lb whom all Wholesale orders should be
Bold in Harrisburg by O. A. Benrciain
DR. J. MCCLINTOCK'S PECTORAL SYRUP
calms the most harrassing cough, relieves the oppressed
lungs, and irritated throat, lom.etts and brings away oy
painless expectoration the matter which clogs the wind
pipe Red bronchial tubes, regulates the excited pulse,
nviteS rest, and removes every symptom of consumr
ion. Price $1 00. Sold by Ovo. EN:GIVER. jy2o
DR. JAS. MCCLINTOCK'S PECTORAL SYRUP.
Are nur lungs weak? Does a lung breath give you pain?
Have you a hacking cough? Do you expectorate hard,
°ugh matter? Are you wasted with night sweats and
want of sleep? If so, HERB Is roes REMEDY. It will un
questionably save you. Price SlOO. Sold by GEORGE,
DR. MCCLINTOCK'S COLD AND COUGH MIXTURE,
tha established and standard remedy for Cough, Cold,
Influenza, Hoarseness, and all in nations of the mucous
membraned the throat, palate and nose, is endorsed by
physicians, and all who have used it, as a preparation
that has no rival in the field. Price 5 cents. sold by
HAIR DYE ! HAIR DYE ! I
WM. A. BATCHELOR'S HAIR DYE!
The Original and Best In the World I
ALL 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 MEDALS AND DIPLOMAS have been award
ed to Wm. A. BATCHELOR since 1839, and over 80,000 ap
plications have been made to the Hair of the Patrons of
his famous dye.
WET. A. BACHELOR'S HAIR BYE produces a color
not to be distinguished from nature, and is WAERANTID
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 sides of each Box, of Wn.•
LIAM_ A. ',Seamen. Address,
CHARLES BATCHELOR, Paerfurroa,
marl2-Rawly 81 Barclay street. New Teri:.
Black and Purple All Wool Figured Maims,
Plain Black hoglish Vcloue Reps.
Black and Purple Tamize Cloing,Slllt and Wool.
Min All Wool Cashmeres acd Merinos.
Black and Gras' Worsted Poplins.
Black and White All Wool De!eines.
Black and Purple Figured Cashmeres.
Latin's Best Bombazines,
Supertax. Black Lustres.
Lupin's Extra alpaocas.
- Neat Style :tripod Mohairs.
Dateline Style Paramettas.;
161-4 All Wool DeloinoS.
SUPERIOR PLAIN BLACK ENG. REP. MOURNING , kILICI.
do BLACK AND WOITE do do
•i 0 PURPLE AND BLACK do do
do PRIMA CLOTHS, New and Desirable.
Every article of the different kinds of DRESS
GOODS in the BLACK and SECOND MOURNING
line, Selected from the very bast makers.
Lupin's Equare Thibbet Phewle,
co Long do do
Black French Blanket Shawl%
2d. Mourn ing French Blanket Long Shawls,
21 Mourning French Blanket Square do,
English Crepe Veils (every E. 17.0),
Grenadine Veils, (every size),
Envish Crepes, French Crepes'.
SHROODING C AFHAIERES,
BLACK GAUNT LEIIS, all kAndv,
BLACK GLOVES, all kioda
BLACK BORDt.RED HANDKERCHIEFS,
BLACK HOISERY. (ail kinds),
SPLENDID AF;SORLYIENT OF COLLARS,
canaLl'LAIN BLACK RIBBONS.
An Inspection of our stock will convince all.
CATHCART & BROTHER,
• n 27 Next to the Harrisburg Bank.
PENNSYLVANIA RAIL ROAN
WINTER TIME TABLE.
*I, . --
FIVE TRAINS DAILY TO AND
ON AND AFTER
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 26th, 1860,
The passenger trains of the Pennsylvania Railroad Com
pany will depart from and arrive at Harrisburg and
Philadelphia as follows :-
11' AST WARD.
THROUGH EXPREW. TRAIN leaves Harrisburg at 2.40
a. in. and arrives at Went Philadelphia at 6.50 a, in.
FAST LINE leaves Harrisburg at 12 55 p. m., and
arrives at West Philadelphia at 6.00 p. nt.
MAIL TRAIN leaves Harrisburg at 5.25 p. in., arrives
at West Priilittle'phia at 10.20 p.
These trains make close connection at Philadelphia with
'he New York Lines.
ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, No. 1, leaves Harrisburg
at 7.39 a. m., runs via Mount Joy, and mimes at West
Philadelphia at 12.30 p. m.
OAR RISSURG ACCOMMODATION TRAIN leaves Hari
risbnrg at 1.15 p. m., and arrives at West Philadelphia
at ILO p. In.
ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, No. 2, leaves Harrisburg
at 5.35 p. m , rues via Roust Joy eonneeting at Diller.
ville with MAIL TRAIN East for Philadelphia.
THROUGH EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Philadelphia at
10.10 p. m , arrives at Harrisburg at 3.10 a. m.
MAIL TRAIN leaves Philadelphia at 8.00 a. m., Sr.
rives at Harrisburg at 1.20 p. m.
LOCAL MAIL TRAIN leaves Harrisburg for Pittsburg
7,00 a. in.
FAST LINE leaves Philadelphia at 12.00, noon, arrives
at Harrisburg at 4.15 p. m.
HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION TRAIN leaves.
Philadelphia at 2.00 p. m., and arrives at Harrisburg
at 7.35 p. m.
ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, leaves Philadelphia at 4.00
p. m , and arrives at Harrisburg at 0.45 p. m.
Attention la called fo the fact, that passengers leaving
Philadelphia at 4 LO p. m., connect at Lancaster with
MOUNT JOY ACCOMnoDATION TRAIN, and arrive at
Harrisburg at 0.45, p.m
&pt. Bost Division Pennsuivania Ra Thoad.
Northern Central Railway,'
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
,(V. AND AFTER MONDAY, November
Ttj 2601, 1860, the Passenger Trairs of the Northern
Central H .thsay will leave Harrisburg as follows
ACCOMMODATION TRAIN will leave at-3.00 A. N.
EX.IIO';OS TRAIN will Jeaveax 7.40 A. N.
MAIL TRAIN will leave at.. 1 00 P.M.
MAIL 'TRAIN will leave at 140 P. N.
118:1'83.S9 TRAIN *Weave at.. 8.15 P. N
The only 'Trains leaving Harrisburg on Sunday will be
the ACCOMMODATION TRAIN South at 3, a. in.
I or further information apply at the Office, in Penna. ,
JOHN W. BALL, Agent,
Harrisburg, November 24, 1860.-24-dtf
TOYS, BASKETS AND FANCY GOODS
No. 120 North Second Street, above Arch,
JUST RECEIVED at hie NEW STORE
a very large m scortment of TOYS or every ciescrip.
moo. - Also, FANCY BaSK.STS, WORK BOXES, Tobacco
Boxes, Sew - Cases, Pipes, Canes aud—Banoy Articles Of
a large variety. Ail being Imported aired from the
manufacturers enables me to sell at very low prices. -
vrPlease tall and examine my Mods. 112.04 gal
1B 04 al.
IT is compounded entirely from Gums ;
and has become an established fact, a Standard Medi
cine, known and approved by all that have used it,
and is now resorted to with confidence in all the
diseases for which it is re 1Q commended.
It has cured thousands Hwithin the lest two seat's
who had Aiven up all hopes of relief, as the numerous
unsolicited certificates in M my possession show.
The dose must be adapt- ed to the tempera= at of
the Individual taking it,and n used in such quantities ar
to act gently on the bowels.
Let the dictates of your 1 4.1
use of the lIVEIt INVIOO
- Coalman - re, Bittiom p.
IC DIARRHOEA, SUMMER COM-ior .
SE SOUR STOMACH, HABIT- R I
CHOLERA MORI3UR, CHOLERA
JAUNDICE, Smuts Wass
succsfully as an CARINA
II cure SICK 11F.ADA CH
Di TWENTY M/NUM4, is TWO
TAKEN at commencement fit'
ALL wso trastr ARE OCT
5w.11113. Water In the month with the In*
idgorator, and swallow both together.
MOB OEN DOLLAR PER mum
-- ALSO ---
PURE VEGETABLE EXTRACTS, AND PITA
UP IN GLASS CASES, AIR TIGHT, AND
WILL KEEP IN ANY CT,TMATE.
The FAMILY CATHAM
active Cathartic which the
practice more than twenty ,
Tho constantly increas
have long used the PILLS
all express In regard to F.
to place them within the nu
-The Profession well know r ""
on diflerent portions of the
The. FAMILY CATE! &R. %.1
(Creme to this well 1•4
ded from a variety of the
which act alike on every
nal, and are good and cafe
thartic is needed, such sn
Weepiness, Pains in Pts
Pain and Soreness over its el
or weight in the head, alt
Worms in Chadren or Ad- VI
Purifier of the Blend, end
flesh is heir, too numerous
tasen2ent. Doss, Ito 3. 0
PRICE 80 CENTS.
TEE LIVER INVIGORATOR AND FAMILY CAMAS-
Io Pula are retailed by Druggists generally,aad
geld wholesale by the Trade in all the large
S. T. W. SANFORD, M. D.,
Manufacturer and Proprietai
je2o-dawyll 336 Broadway. New York.
so.. BH A
0 ---- IP
TON IC D lUR ETIC
1 111 6:""
To the Citizens of New Jersew and
Wolfe's Pure Cognac Brandy.
Wolfe's Pure Aladeria, Sherry and Port
Wolfe's Pure Jamaica and St. Croix Runs,
Wolfe's Pure Scotch and Irish Whisky'.
ALL IN BO' IPLES
- - -
I bee I cave to call the attend-au of the citizens of the
United States to the above Whites and Ltql7olte, imperial
by Udolpho Wolfe, of New York, whose name is famh
liar in every part of this county for the purity of hit
celebrated SCSIEDAM SCHRAM. Mr. Wolfe, in his ens:
to me, speaking of the purity of his Wiles and LEMOara,
says : will stake my reputation as a man, my stied.
ing us a merchant of thirty years' residence in the City
of New York, that all the Retain and Wisas which I
bottle are pure as imported, and of the brat quality, and
can be relied upon by every purchaser." Every bottle
has the proprietor's name on the was, and a LAO simile
of his signature on the certific,te. Tue public are re
spectfully invited to call and csamine for themeelves.--
For sale at Retail by all apothecarb-s and Grocers In
Philadelphia, GEORGE N. ASHTON,
No, 633 litatlitt,:it Phitait. Mina.
Sole agent for Philadelphia.
Read the following from the NEW York Cuo lee :
ENORMoriS 13rsurzas FOR ONE NEW YORE Amman.—
We are happy to Inform our fel OW•citiZenS that there is
one place an our city where the ph} titian, apothecary,
and country merchant, can go and purchase pore Wines
und Liquors, as purees imported, awl of tho best quelty:
We do not intend to give an elaborate description of this
merchant's extensive bnsieess, al.hough it will well re
pay any stranger or citizen to visit Udolpho Welfe's ex
tensive Warehouse, Nos. 15. 10 and '22 Beaver street,
and Nos. 17, 19 and 31, Mar's ettirld street ills stock of
Schnapps on baud ready for shipment could not have
Seen les than thirty thousand razes-, the Brandy, some
ten thousand cases—Vintages of 1836 to 1856 ; and ten
thousand cases of Elaileira, Sherry and Port Wise,
Scotch and Irish Whisky, Jamaica and St. Croix Rues.
souse very old and equal to any in this country. He also
bad three large cellars, tilted with Brand:, Wine,
casks, under Custom Rouse key, ready for battling,. Mr.
wolfo's talcs of Schnapps last year amounted to one
fitbsdr,tl and eighty thousand &MECO, and we hope in l-FS
than two yearn he may be equal!y,buccessful with his
drrndies and Wines.
His business merits the patronage of every lover of his
species. Private families who wish pure Wines end
iiquors for medical use should send their ord..rs direct
to I.lr. Wolfe, until every Apothecary in the land mace
up their minds to discard the poisonous stud' irom their
shelves, and replace it with Wolfe's pure WINES and
We understind 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 thausands of op•
pouents in the United States, who sell nothing tint imita
tions, ruinous alike to health end human happiness.
C. K. Seller, 91 Market street, sole agent for this cit.
HELIIII.I3Oa. S GEINUINEIPIIEPA.IIA.TIOO.N
Cures Gravel, Bladder, Dropsy, Kidney Alf etions,
HEL3I.I3ULD'S tienunie rr.paratiou for Nervous and
lIELNIBOLD'6 Getimuo rreparaflon ior Loa or Power,
Leas of Memory.
HELIIBOLD'S Genuine Preparation for Difficulty of
Breathing, General Weakness,
RELMBOUPS Genuine Preparation for Weak blerveS,
Horror of Death. Trembling.
HIL:.MI ULU'zl eenWe Yrepuratien for Nista, t.weaLS,
Celd Feet, Dimness Of Vision.
.LIIIBULt, , B tivuutue Prepuranuu for Languor, Uni
cereal La - teat - 1110 of the Muscular Syttom.
I -l EL.II6I.OIAPS lieuutue rteparattou tse YeLlid Couate-
Dance and Erup'irms,
lIIJtiZOLL'b liehuind 10: Pain Ua • a
11 Bao'c, Bea.dache, Sick Stomach.
xSee advertisement beade 1
BBLIMULD'S .EXTRACT BUCEiIj
in another column.
To select from a large stock f Furs '
GO 10 cAncarava.
To see and buy nice new Furs,
GO TO CATHCART'S.
To get any kind of Furs you may Wish,
GO TO CATHCART'S
Tc,purchase Furs without any risk,
GO TO C' , TIICART'S.
To have Furs guaranteed to be what they are repre
sented, GO TO CATHCART'S.
To And the largest, best and cheapest lot of 'Furs of
CALL ON CATHCART & BROTHERS,
N 0.14 Market Square;
nlO Next door to the Harrisburg Bank.
COTTAGE FURNITURE, in Chamber
Suits, containing Dressing Bureau, Bedsteads, Wash
etand, Table, Four Chairs, and a Rocking Chair, from,
$23 ta $lO a mt.
Bureaus and Bedsteads from Sa 50 to $lO 50, and
other articles at equally low figures the Wart) E 00214
of JA sE.B R 117Yu & soy,
nolgAbn. . gg Font" e•emiS en.
6h;z1.1.' . r
brst variety, fifty dmerent sty:o- and t o rein, tram
SU , to 918 a set. Ahe, Tucker's Ewing 1314 Bottom, the
best in iese—only
JAMES D. BOYD k SOWS.
29 Ben% Fooong Street, neat to Bei& Store.
judgment guide you in the
RAZOR, and It will care
PLUMS, aITINTERY, DROP
IN - FARM/If, FL TU 011,
REN.. , lffi, and may be Used
RV - FAM/LY lIED/ONF. It
(as thousands can testify)
ORTBREE TEJANPOONFPUk ARP
ma. their testimony in Itt
TIC PILL is a gentle ba
proprietor has used in his
ing demand from those who
and the satisfaction which
their use, has induced me
reach of all.
that different CatharU act
TIC PILL has, with due re
lished fact, been compona
purest Vegetable Extracts,
part of the alimentary ea
in all cases where a ea.-
Derauganents of Stomach,
Back and Loins, Costmenui
ults, Rheumatism, a great
many diseases to %thick
to mention in this • Mr.