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FOR DIARASTS OF UR
BLADDER, GRAVEL, KIDNEYS, DROPSY,
BLADDER, GRA VeL, KIDNEYS, DROPSY,
LADDER, GRAVEL, KIDNEYS, DROPBY,
BLADDER, GRAVEL, KIDNEYS, DROPSY_,
BLADDER, GRAVEL, KIDNEYS, DROPey,
BLADDER, GRAVEL, KIDNEYS, DROPSY,
BLADDER, GRAVEL, KIDNEYS, DROPSY,
And art DiNNW of `swat Organs,
And all DU/anise Sexual Orgassr,
And all Diseases of &mai Orgaru,
And ail Diseases of Sexual Organs,
/act all Diseases dir am - wit Organs,
And all Diseases of Serucg , °Wins,
Excesses, Exposures, and Imprndencies in Life,
Excesses, Exposures, and Imprwiencies in Life,
Excesses, Exposures, and Imprudencies in Life,
Excesses, Exposures, and Imprudencies in Life,
Excesses, Exposures, and - Imprudencies in Life,
Excesses, Exposures, and Imprudencies in Life,
From whatever cause originating, and whether ax•
MALE OR FEMALE
Tansies, take no more Pile I Tbey are of no 4vW for
complaints Incident to the sex. Use
Ifelthbohita Extract Huhu Is a Maeda, which la per
fectly pleasant In as
Taste sand Odor,
818 immediate tit its action, giving health and Vigor to
the Frame, Bloom to the Pallid (Meek and restoring the
patient to a perfect State of
HEALTH AND PURITY.
ibitnbold's EStritaohn Is prepaied according to
Pharmacy and Cho try, and Is proscribed and mod by
The Most Endnent Playstoiani
Demy no longer. Procure toe remedy at once.
Price per bottle,,or six for
Depot 104 Booth Tenth street, Philadelphia.
Beware of llnprissetpled Dealers
Trying to palm off their own or other articles of 1111131116
oil the lepetatlon &trained by .
Heimbold4 k =met Buohn,
The Original and only Genuine.
We nail'. to run on the
Merit, of our Article
lbs Ar's is worthless-1s sold at , amok less rates and
commissions, eonsequently paying a much butter profit.
We Defy Competition I
Take no other.
*old by D. W. Grose k Co. and all druggists every
FRANK A. MURRAY
LIVERY & EXCHANGE STABLE!
FOURTH STREET NEAR MARKET.
THE UNDERSIGNED is prepared.toi• stp.,
1. 00 Da Moduli) the public with dominos Rowe fetead.i
the or carriage purposes, and with evory varietP of V HI.
CLES or the latest and most approved etyleskun ten..
PLEA:3[IHE PARTIES will be aCCOMMOdaIed with Stull
buses at abort owdoe.
CARRIAOKS AND OMNIBUSES FUR FUNERAL OCCA
SIONS will be furnished, accompanied by careful mid,
Ha Welles an inspection of his Stook, satisfied that it le
fully equal to that of any other ostabliehmentet theltiod
in the city. IrSANE As WEBBY:
JOHN B. EIDdiTH'Et
BOOT & SHOE STORE,.
CORNER SECOND AND WALNW STS.,
ALWAYS on hand a large assortment of .
ROOTS, SHWA GAITERS, &n., or the very best
twinned for ladies, gentlemen, and childrena' wear.—
Prkea to cult the times. AU kinds of WORK MADE TO
ORDiiii is the best style by superior workmen
RICKAIRING demist abort notice.
oetle.dtt AWN 11. SitiTH Harrisburg.
PROF, ADOLPH P..I I DDYgtH,
vvOULD respectfully Aufo r tu hie old
patrons gild the public generally, that hi will
LlOUtinue to give instructions withe PIANO FORTS, ME.
VIOLIN and also in the science of THOROUGH
BMW. He will veth pleasure wait upon pupils at their
homes at any hour desired, or lessons will be give:kat
his residence, la Third street, a few, d o o rs below the
%vibrated Church. ' dehls-Sir
AUGUSTINE L. URAYNE.
CARPENTER AND BUILDER.
Residosol AVo. 27 !Vora Second arid.
N. B—JOBBING ATIF.NDED TO. •
Undti - '
W W. HAYS,
Office Walnut St., between second ,and
D; Ail -
FFERS hie services to the citt i s . gatif
klaralsburg and its,vicinny. He indica :011
the public pa age, and gives easurimet tbi pt
endeavors shall be Alvin
.to render sattslsetionin his pro
resslon. Being an old s vell tried dieitist i he feels sae in
smiting the publla Arfinsdally tocall on -ease
beta that they will not be Oise tished with hes servi ce
00 0 i
mo c h a s etreet, n the house formerly ao
larded by Jaeob it. thy, sear the , United plates mow,
Basrlsbant, Pa. - • 11134141 T
HENRY P.E.FF,ER t ,
OFFICE—THIRD STREET, itilltEWß ROVic)
NEAR 11.ARKEA • •
Residence, Chestnut Street near '4.:ii , urgt s
oirr or HARRISBURG .
STATE CA2I alti t t
CORNER itIVOND ANON/ADM $7&,
titnsD i ti
te t a
.2!..ozegaizys• • . 4
Bread, Tea-Cakes, all kinds ofPastry, &o.
'- "EDNi r ; taAMBERLIN & Co.,
Proirieforseffhwentut Chancel Works.
, _•--, No. in INDIA STREW, Boston.
CIaithriNTRATED LEAVEN is the re-
Naito( careful chemical research. dints ingredi
twin are prepared in the highest atelier purity, and con.
ponied with it view to produce bread of a far hotter
qualltp, and in much less time, than by any other pro
cess 1 and by the manufacturer* submit it, with entire
0o dente to the Judgment. of ffiserimitiatlng hone ;
e. bakers, ate.,
- Wad of all blur a made by usingConeentrated Leaven
is lighter, more digestible and nultritious; has an agree&
ble, natural taste • is leas liable to MIT ; will retain Its
moisture longer than by any other process, and the
vitiate preparation for the oven need cot exceed ten
It is valuable because It is not perishable, and may be
rendered available trinlices and at times when yeast is
not within reach, mar sea: in all climates and under
all rircamstances, It may be adopted, thus obviating all
offllculty of procuring yeast or other forme t, which is
an l l
frOduen of an' inferior, quality, rea daring ..the bread
10 e btu l pnwholesome., : -
' • Valuable as rentrdir economy, lii It has been
• is ed that a satieg is effected In the dour of not
less than le per cent. In the common proems- much of•
the saccharine of the Hour is lost by being converted
lino Carbonic acid gas, or spirit, and the waste is in
curred solely for tbaleirbne or generating gas to raise
the "dough. By using Concentrated Leaven this waste Is
avoided, and the gas obtained in a manner equally effi
cacious. Fermentation, as has been stated, destroys a
part of the flour or anal, rnd,.ln eonsequencedi barrel of
flour tiringhtogaigifini which, by-thei oinnumin method,
ordinarily bakes about 250 be of bread. gives by this
process 290 Ss , thus affecting the very important saving
of /0 per cent. m the quantity of Hour.,By conformity to
the directions on each. pacitagespi7 in!son Csilltilisi of
Ordinary attention, may conduct the process, and the re-
sult will invariably lie highiy satisfactory.
CERTIFICATE FROM DR. HAYES,
Assayer to the Bale of Alastachusdls.
have analysed the Concentrated Leaven, mamas°.
tared by Messrs. lidw Chamberlin & Co. with reference
to Its purity and efficiency of action in p roducing the ef
fect of yeast in distending dough, and thereby rendering
it fit for making bread. This aired., is skillfully com
pounded, from perfectly pure material. It raises the
dough without consuming the sugar or any other princi
ple in the flour, perfectly; and the ante weight et flour
will produce more Sweet, palatable breed than can be
obtained through yeast; while for ekes 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. HtYliS, IL D.,State Moyer,
. 3 16 Boylston street, Boston, September 25, 1860."
Saturn!? AND TILL BOLUI.-TKO or three tampoonsfal
of Leaven. (accomling to the quality of the flour,) to one
quart of Ilourtmix thoroughly by passing two or three
times througnasieve ; rub in a piece of butter half the
size of egg, Ind make, the paste with isoldMllk or
water, (milk-is preferable.) barely stiff enough to ;permit
rolling out. Much kneading should be avoided. Cut In
to de aired form, and place Immediately in a hot oven and
Loa itamo.—The same proportions of Leaven end
flour sifted together es above; omit the bitter, ehd make
the paste stiff enough to knead lato a loaf, Mid bkte im
mediately Maslow attn.
GRAHAM Ban).—Three ?nova:podia of Leaven to one,
quart of wheat inter,- sditeit teseittek; add onegill of mo
lasses and two eggs ;mike tho paste thin with milk and
bake in a slow oven.
Baown Basa.—Three ; teaspoonful of Leaven in, one
pint of flour, and one pini of corn meal, ell well sifted to
gether; add two eggs and 'beat I gill of molasses; make
the paste thin with milkiand bake slowly.
ittrul"WillaT Canes.--blearand Milk sufficient to make
one quart of batteriadd ens egg, then three teespoonefal
of Leaven; beat In a froth, arld.000! quick.
Dttionsi--Silt together one quart ardour itutlwcitee.:
sPconsVel orvep ; rub in titeeectbuttaeheigas
as sit egg ;, toig'-Yrith cold , milker 'Water; aid ',boll tent
Cowman Wean Canis—Sift together two large cope
of flour and two teaspooneful of Leaven;.put in half a cup
of butter and.a.nup and a half of sugar; mix with cold
milk or water to a stiff batter, add spiceto suit the taste,
and bake immediately.
Cmonruyi poems Ceint.,414,0 Amp" of white : lo4o
beaten with the yolks of six eggs—the whites of 'stream;
beaten to a froth; then beat all together ; add three cope
of sifted flour, one cup of water, and three tourpotinsful
of Leaven; Savor with twakeaspoonsful of 111111111C41 . 0r le
mein, and bake In aetniek. oven. : • ;
Johns& —Sift together ;one quart of flour and throb
tempoonsful of Leaven ; rub In one tea-cupful of butter;
add a alp and shaf ot white sugar, and spits) to suit the
taste; mix mile enough to roll dui, Ind bake quick.
Euanuxtex nacquart of Soar and theca teaspoons
fal at Leaven silted together ir-add soup of batter, one
pound of currants, two cope: of whits sugarodad one tea
spoonlul al eitiummlon i.ndx with cold mltk to a adlf bat
ter, and bake in II slow oven. , . ;
Coen esits.—floe pint each of lour and Indian meal;
and three teaspoonsful of Leaven, well sifted toge.ber ;
add one gdl of mole see and two eggs; thin with
milk, and bake In a slow oven.. ,
Car Cuts.—Ftveouptsot Sour and three teaspoonful
of Lotion, sifted t•CgOtber• add one castor Wilier, two of
sugar, and two eggs, all Wall beat together; then add a
cap of currant!, allit 8P10.36.1444.1hi. taste. -Sake about
bait an hour. . • . •
UMW CAKIS.--Vbreimittters of a pound of flour and
four teaspoonsfal of Leaven sated together; one pound of
sugar and six ounces of butter beaten to a cream ; the
whites of eight eggs well beaten, and the juice of one lei
man; mix with milk.
Wain= Cum—Five cups of Hour, three teaspoensful
of Leaven, three cups of sugar, one of butter, one of
milk, and two eggs ; fruit and spice to the taste: Bake
about half an hour. • •
Packed in Coral of 1,2, 4,,and 131x7Dosin Cans'
Itgr tea by Groben and lornmibita generally. •
WIEI [A il tiCLAGNIK & bMO., Wholesale Agoutis:
.No. 69 Aorch !real Strad, Philadelphia.
II if Malik
. 'D I T A r T i
':. - , L . .Al 11173b1 •.'
1:1E IJN DERSION ED having leaped
this well known and popular hotel, in the city' of
Harrisburg, l now regUlog and furnishing the same
with NNW IitIIKNITURN in the'very best modern style.
It la located in the most mintru part of the oily, within
a short distance o f the depots of four elfleceet railroad
and also near tbViathigica pitalliadraas. - ' : ' ~;
The Mose hilsirp arid' the sleeping aDarbropta are
well ventilated. . .
The TABLE is well provided with all seasonable ari
cles . Tula city is well known throughout the State as
having the best market outsideo( the Atlantic cilia, and
eonsequently no cemplahila ihall be made on that score:
The BAR has also undergone changes and Will he kept
stocked with the best and purest Liquors In thfiiHUttar/
No exertion will be morale make the ' treieler and
sojourner comfortable m livery respect. A continuance
o: the patronage Utile old customers, together with new
additions le respeotnally solidted.
J. H. IZNYORB 7t at.
Harrisburg, Angthlt SPX
CITY 4 LIVERY STABLES.
maceration rAtiar, THE was 01
THE undereigne4'4de re:Oniameneed the;
livery beanies( K h ue , llrFt apid'SPACPUS
BLM located acabove, VIM wimp Mid varied Mock of
omutIASES and "OlfM1103103.) which he wilt
hire at moderate rate. • F. h.. SWARM
eep2B-dly ' •
L - GODBOLD
PRACTICAL Tuner and Repairer of
maim. Matod for. 40,4 %kr reOelLTo - 03telnk
Imam at- VVNL' IS.Narket 'drool
Au orders Islt at thilibove asasedplaoe, or at tho Buehler
Renee, will meet with arwalit attention.
• Stria Wass PIANOS for oaks'
NOTICE TO SPECULATORS.
LS •ANg SAM*
A CM NUMBER OF ',AR EIZEDIATILD I
lionimorft..B.Rmd 80u.:44 q 1140.
macve,4ctim imem.whwa tmitisny,wlb! . #l
. 1""19 ., 1 1 416 __
1 imp OW JORM Westaza..
"INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS---NEUTRAL IN NONE• '
HARRISBURG, PA, WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, DECEMBER 19, 1860
HAS discovered the most certain, speedy
and effectual remedy M the world for
DISEASES OF. IMPRUDENCE
TWIT IN OLT TO TWITTO BOUM.
No Mercury or Noxious Oxiigo.
ArA.CORR WA/MARTZ% OR RO CRAII.IIOLIROX Oat la
' 'Weakness of the Beak or Limbs, Strictures; Palub in
the Lotus, Affections of the Kidneys and Bladder, Organic
Weskneis, 'Nervous Debility; Decay of the PhYdcal Bow
ers, Dyspepsia, languor, Low Spirits, Conitision
Palpitation of the Heart; Timidity; !trembling, Moises'
of Sight or Giddineis, Disease of the Stomach, Affections
of the Head, Throst, eh se or Skin-116m terrible di tor
dent arising from the Indiscretion or Solitary Habits of
outh—tho:e dreadful sed'ilealtenctivisprOntlses
produce constitutional detillffy, reoderlantrilage impos
sible, and destroy both body and mind,
xotrica kw. •
Young men especially wbo have become the victims of
solitary Vice, that diestdßil 'and dintructlve habit which.
annually sweeps to an untimely grate thobeands of
young men of the meet exalted talent and brilliant Intel-
,lent,. who .might otherwise have entranced .listening .
Senates with the thunders of eloquence, sr 'waßed , to ec
tray the living lyre , may call , with full confidence
Married persons, or those eontemphtting,rea riase, I,*
tog aware Orphysical weakness, abouldiromediately ooto
'Stilt Dr. J and be restored to perfect, health. • • .
ImmaktdscOured AU vigor re4oral
He who places himself under the earn of Dr. J. ma
- eligtottsly COE Ode in ilia honor as aleutlenian; And con-
Adelitly rely upon his skill es & physician.
—Office No. 7 tooth F'ederlck street; Baltimore,
on the left hand lido going from Baltimore sire*, 7
doors from the corner. Be particular In olisereing the
name or number, or you will mistake the plains: Be par
ticular for Ignorant, Tr(ding Quacks, with false 'names,
or Paltry Isunthog Cerbitcata, attracted by the rem:da
llier of Dr. Johnson, lurk near.
All letters must contains, restage Stamp, tome on the
Dr. Johnson member of the Royal College of Ragtime,
Loudon, graduasefrom one of this meat:eminent Colleges
Of the United ?states, and the greatest part of whose life
has been spent in the fpitals of London, Paris, Phila
delphia and elsewhere; tie effected some of the most as
tonishing clues that. were,ever known. Many troubled
with ringing In the ears and head when asleep. great ner
vousness, being alarmed at sudden sounds, bashfulness,
with frequent blushing, attended sometimes with derange
ment of mend were oured litutiediately,
TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE
Dr. J. addresses all tbose who bating injured them
selves by private and Imvioper indulgen n its, that secret
and solitary habit whichreins both body and mind, uts-`
fitting them for either business or society.
/hese are some of the sad and melancholy egrets pro
duced by early habits of youth, viz : - WOaltnezz
Back and Limbs, Pains in the head, Dtinness ,Of Bight,.
Loss of Muscular Power, Palpitation of the Beast', Dys
pepsia, Nervous Irritability, Derangement of the Digestive
Functions, General Debility, JilyMptotas of. Ceinsump:
linareaut; : ibe fearful effect! on the Int* ene3lttlelf to
be dreided :—Loss Memory, Confusion of Idea s ._7. De
pression of Spirits, 301 'Forebodings, Avendoe tonocie-
Seltdistrust, Love of t3olltedtyttnifdlty; ato.,ef r y some
of the evil effects. • • . .
Thousand's of ,poracms of alkagee, cap e aos!Juctge. what
tithe cause of their decetie In'heiilttc losing Weir vigor,
becoming weak, pale, nervous and emaciated, have n
al/301er appeadence.about the eyes, cough, and symp
toms of consump.tou.
who have injured themselves by a oertAin'praelioe, in
dulged itt when alonon—a habit frequently learned from
Orli companions; or lit behoid the' (deem of Which are
=nightly fell, even when asleep, sod itnot cured, renders
Marriage Memorable, and destroys both mind and body,
should apply lmniedietsly.
What a pity that a young man, the hopes of his coun
try. the darling of his parents, should be snatched Irom
all prospects and enjoyments ial life by the consequences
9f deviating from tuts path of .hature, and indulging in a
Certain secret habit. ; Such persona must, before contem•
erect that a sound mind and body are the moat necessary
regalia es to Iliromote, connubial laappinme. Indeed
wlatotatthess, journey through life becomes a weary
pligrimagm,the prospect hOurly.darkens to the view; the
mind becoMes Shadowed %situ despair, and 41led with the
Melancholy reflection that the happiness of another be
comes blighted with:nor own.
DR. JOHNSON'S INVIDDRATING REMEDY FOR OR
• GANIC WEA.I(„NESS.;
By this great and important remedy, Weakness of the
Organs are speedily mired, and fell vigor restored.
;Thousands of the moat ter:vont and debilitated who
Mid lost all hope, have been ;immediately relieved. All
impeelmente to /ferriage, Physical or ]rental
cation, Nervous, Trembling, Weakness or Exhaustion or
the most fearful kind; speedily cured.
The many thousands cured at this Instiution within the
last twelve years, ind the humorous important Surgical
operations ! performed by, Dr. J., witnessed by the re
porters of the papens, and many other persons, notices of
Witilch have appeared again and again before the pubbc,
!Nitrides Ms *feeding at tt peatiemart of ekaracier and re
gmergals—fy, la &sufficient gnarantee to the afflicted.
bLieriSiS OF IItP,RODENCE-6-When the misguided
and imprudent votary of pleisure Ands he has imbibed
She heeds of this *gel Coate, It too often happeni that
1421:.timed sense of shame or dread of discovery deters
hlat from apptylogto thus& who, from mite:mums and re
amiability can atone befriend him,delaying the con
stitutional' symptetrie of title horrid 'disease make their
appearance, analog! this head, throat, lima, skin, sc.,
4pfpgressing ow:widr itightnn rhpidity, till death puts a
period to his deviate' sufferings by readies' him to "teat
Warne from whence so traveler. returns." it Lea mei
incholy fact Mi.% thonseuds Rill victims to this terrible
&Male, owing to thenniMiffidness'ot ignorant pretend
-40.1ii who. by the die of that dodgy Orison., tatieury, ruin
the constitution and make the.rcealowetlLs inwerehie•
'fa biILIMISILI.—The Mani's 1 iiiloniaa hang in his
,Letters must oontala a Stamp tous au thel!taplY
Ramodtekatma by, MAL ~ •
AarNo. 7 South Fralectatairaot, Balti more.
'aprl3 - dawly ,
. - ,
13.T.LVER PLATED WARE
M 0.12181 Market 8
r,. treat, PXCLIDIMIU,
7f dnr oterer o
'NICKEL BILVER, and SILVIMPLATER of
Foßmvi3PooN9, LAD L BUTrRK KNIVEI,
. curium; lit slisa„ sinTl4B,_
WAIT .B • mink& tea aromas,
• MPS; G5",'90131.3T5;
a genet al asmorttnent, co:opining none but the bes
quality, made et the bat wutterieds and heavily Adak 004
,411 Pep - • • . •• - . •
PON Hants, Etreamenats•aan , Panraea FARMS&
is- Old Ware re-pliagifin the. east manner.
..m•Atitli*ET S 41:1 ARE:,
GEO. J. roilrGri; PROPRIETOR.
Tlip above well known and long established Wel is
now =delta* thiori — ingli_renovation; and being In a
ggreat t e g ree - heWl37-teralkitds.tleder the proprietorship
lir ' ke i r4-Bertl/44 0 t.. h eeN al . t 4eF ate of t h e
house for ei)ii"' re!. Land: is well known to
Thankful for the liberal patronage WWI it "Ma
}eyed I cheerfully commend Mr. Bohai , billie'vablic.
f vor. fjeB dewtfl :WILLIAM
VOR a Super* a ids Cheap Table o
Paid 00 4 atric'- KELM'S DRUG STORY.
IMANGES AND LEMONS.
ORTT.J34ME in pfiipp. yikg ,ietture.
-41. 40 "
wx. DOOR JR. k
For the Afflicted with Diseases which
Atspear to be Incurable.
DOCTOR C. WEICHEL, residing in Har
risburg, Pa., Th ird street near North street, cured
in Germany as well as America, many pertonsanar hay
ing been treated withentanecera by other physicians.--
We extract here sinnepsseanes from German newspapers
of thiscontaining acknowledgement of such per
sons and their recommendation to apply in similar cases
to Dr. WEICHIr.L.
George Cassel, West Hanover township, Dauphin coon
ty, tesUfles that he was perfectly cured , of a Gawp in
ward his Ift cheek. Jane Dadabaue, of HaritslStag,
testifies that .baving.been treated by various physicians
for live yearifin 'the case - of theumaliem In both lega so
Uatilla was enable to lift one leg before the other during
all that time; after their abandonment she used Dr.
Weichel's - medicine 'only about three months, and wan
ptrfectly cured. 4. Sollenberger testifies that his ahlte.r
Jane having been confined to her bed for nine years, and
all-that tirse spetellees, Mill everyday and nigemspimms
on the chest, Was then-perfectly healed by Dr. WeiChel,
and hat for fire years since that time the use of her
speech. Man. Zimmerman testifies that having been
totally blind in one eye for ten years, and la the other
for one year, bat received Pall al, lit of one eye by using
Dr. Weichers. direction and medicine. John Meyer; of
South hliddletoniownship, Cumberland county, testifies
that having totally lost sit ht of the right eye for more
than one year and a half by the gray cataract, and oat
ployed several physicians without succei a, has received
then under,the treatment orDr. Weichel in less than one
year bis sight to that he can read, and considers his cure
to be accomplished.
In thseenteplue irhtr unexpected cores have been
performed to wit : Mrs. Ann 11 My having been deaf
In high digree for nine yean, eived the full use of
hearing, anti „her . stint, 10 xvial age, haying been at.
Mated !Or Artrietsis with spitting of bleed, was cured by
the,Dootor. • —• ,
Wog modiati to An .4dVergTOgifthen Inalances
may suffice toMrect aka 'anon q the altlictad with
the above mentioned and aimilitt *UM to his Waco.
DR. D. W. MIMS,
WHITE HAIL HOTEL,
tit/ ho has eagaiiid rooms for
private consultation and may be found at all
times. Dr. Jones may be consulted personally or by
letter, by describing symptemson.alloiscasesot private
nature, such as Gonorrhea, Gleet, Stricture, Syphilitic
Eruption*, Mercurial Diseases, Affections of the
noys and Bladder. Let the mistaken that seeks after
pleasures when be finds that he haslmbibed tbe seeds of
that horrible 'disease, when not immediately cured, will
make Its appearance Bich as Ulcerated Sore Throat, and
Eruption over the Body: •To such - Dr. JONES offers the
safest and mostaertain remedy*, ameplca.' The rune
' dies osedbY • hini are entirely vegetable, and can be used
witboitt,chanse of blot or hindrance from Business. Dr:
JONES will also make an article of agreement—noau
no-pay. 'Milo caseircured ifi frbm three to tlie ditys or
DR. JONES pays, great attention - to Dispoplit, ver
doteitaaintk Itheumaithazi,Vitadiche, Dimness ot Sight,
Female Complainis. All tbeicabove named will be re:
stored'to constitutional arkiiideess with - each mild and.
.balril.lniees of herbs that are gathered along river aides,
and is valleys up to the lofty mountain loin. AU 13 made
v madly. lir the ovine of echoing praise.' • '
All letters must contain a postage attimpto wasure' an
Plt. D. W., JONA,
del Httrrisburg, pe.
FOR WARMING with PURE 110 T AIR
Private ifonAes, Public 13:1i:Jiisigs. Churches, .te.,
is the MOST Pt./WS:Rill. and Cheapest HEATER to the
World. Recommendations and references by the band
red from those who are now• using the HEAVER. can be
examtned by cal.ing on the subsdriber, who ie the only
amt. in Earrlsborg for the sale of the article.
IS ALSO ON HAND and for sale. This
RANGE requires on walling in but can be set in a
fair place or out in the room, and contains all the latest
improvements in Cooking RANGES, has larger ovens
than any other RANGE now in use.
ALSO ON HAND, an assortment of best pattern PAR.
LOR and COOKING STOYM, and Stove Piero. Alsothe
largest stock of IIN WARE to be found In this section of
Wheless], (dealers supplied on reasonable terms.
deli Corner of River Alley and Market Street.
NEW LIVERY STABLE,
PINE STREET, NEAR SECOND,
.411 7 ;T. REALE OF VIE `WORGANSOUSE."
PRE SUBSCRIBER has opened a flew
LIVERY STABLE, located as above, and- has--a
of excellent BORSES, - and new and fashionable
BUGGIES and CARRIAGES, which he wit, hire at moder
ate rates. GEORGE W. LOCHER, adt.
a JOHN - - MAIHIRER;
RASPBERRY - ALLEY ; ERN'. CHESTNUT AND
MULBERRY , DIABRLSMURG, PA.
IDP,FSf'=„FULL informs the publiothat
jA) he is located at the above mentioned.place, and ho
has =Mucked" the WOOL DYEING and CARPET WEAV
ING BOr.INErS in all its various breach, la, ..The is pre.
pared to All all orders at the ihottest notice, and will
. _PIM/ tee general satisfaction- Ills prices will be
- reasionsdale, -
llitinc_eatria the Walesa tot , -teeny years in
GergA a f o :4 ereinvertwoyeller not also haling had
an extended expettence In tht mitt ' el 33 fully com
petent to execute all work entraidett*lrartKP°s to
ecetve a xectionablit i ellare of - enitom -flew
. agrAtiotand asiothnenviii outwit
lowest rata art always**
onetsaideneddinabe sold at the . "' ' I
AT 'THE NEW ;CITY STORE I
URICH & 00WOR . THWAIT
CORNER FROM it MANN= sra. .
A NNOUNCE. to- the of tiring of Harris
/1 burg at d the public go:morally, that theyhavejust
returned from the eastern eitieswitb aline and well se
lected stock of Fall and Winter Goods, which they will
Pell.at the ye ty lewest prices.
.Dalikte3flC GOODS ef,ever7 kind.
Bleached and Unbleanhed,kluslins, ,
' ' Bleached and linbleaohed Canton ilahnels.
. . .
;BBD irLANNWOP EVERtYDEBORIFTION..
A large assortment of Welsh Flannels ibr Skirting..
Alt assortment Daineatic Mush q
Ihmeh'ester Ginghains, •
&dinette and Ca stiteres,
" Black Ckitjus stall prices,
Cloths foll.adies' Atsdereeldut
&Myer Cloths for the. Arab tab.
A FIBS AKOAMMENT OR BLANKB2B.
A large asaortment,erf Cassitnet es,- especially adapted to
Boy'e wear. An sasortment.of Merino Drawers and 1:71t .
derabirts. Ariassortntent of Carpets from 12% eta a
yard to $l.OO per yard.
ALSO LATEST STYLES
STRIPED AND PLAID
RIM PLAIN AND FIGURED
RICH PLAIN AND FIGURED
ALL WOOL DELADTES,
BLACK SILKS, ALL WIDThS.
A large assortment of Brocbe and Blanket Sbawls E with
a lull stoat or the laical novelties.
. An assortment of Plain and Figured Cashmeres.
• LINENS OF ALL KINDS.
Particular attention paid te first elan Hosiery and Em
broideries, &c., &c.
An aatortment or Hugon! a wove trail spring skirt pat
An assortment of Mudding and Mansell.
MUCH & COMPRETHWAIT,
Cotner erFront and Market Streets, Harrisburg.
Former' occupied byJ. L..littner. bctge-ly
BARGAIN'S FOR THE - SEASON•
Just - I , oceived Abd receiving IrOm :Plitialialphla :and
• ' New York, - . ,; • 41
' BARGAINS in Spa of all klad,„forcaah., -
BARDAlNS.bilitialirls, titan Wilde; Oas/r.
BARGOINS in Cloaks and Tailinaaor all kinila c ror,cash.
, BARGAINS iii pianweini 00013;ixinrithas, toiAsh.
);ARGAINS In every , variety of m ßsaannable. l!rean
Goode, for cab': - - -
BARGAINS in }Rank*, of all kinds, for caah.
aLuG4INEI in 'ill 115alinala, 16r caab.
BARGII49,•in Camatpra,94oll,Clotha, taa.,..tat
antindi of'Ditr Gbodii eitia.V kept
in altaria; and a obrobja. aNarylarge, salioted
„MIMI, for. cash; at' ' '3'oNEse eau%
oct.lB • • • !tat Waal, Hatztabarg.
• • PHILADELPHIA.
SEM lA. 00TiTitit HOUSE 1
White, Faney:Oheek, ;
akkory i Denimitod Flannel :
'UNDER AND. OVERSKERTS,
Oveialitt - v tDrawery and
Gentlemen& Xetviehing Golds.%
0et17 7 413m ARO'.
AgeutMor the,l3eotelly ,T,tel.te,Ettbl3e.p.tothhkg.
F ,T!H,EI 13;FE
A LAIPUCJTAF.,,FIRST QUALITY •
A Do S,
Sightly daßtged witl:wattr-r,
ORF.AT BAROAII4B.' Allneaseartiiiint an= Oality,
pertep-Blacir, White, and
41 E AM'S,
GILIAT REDUCTION IN PRICES
- • WHEELER WILSON'S
S E WI litt'M A C . E ,S,
NEW IMPROVEMENTS AT REDUCED PRICES.
THE WHEELER & WILSON lianufac.:
tarineCeiriipanY liiiNfrig gained'lu ttieit salts' at
law with infrifiging nitinufacterers Of aSellerildoalnes
propose that the - putille.shOuld tre'beritifltted' thereby,
and nave accordingly.redncefi the pripat,of: their Sewing.
ldeobbee: EMI; thin dale : theY*lll Willa - it rates that
will pay a fair prop on We:so-o,of mannfeulareocapitel
Investect experaie'or , mamnestiiitiirstrai 'prices as
will eitble them, lee.malce 413
herelotore; kuhrauteelhatalit'AtiOiryliartiatilar. •
In almordance with ,the annightesoues peeved will
sell their splendid Sewing Ifachirmei at prices from us,
to $9O for the tine full carsaptehints, ts ;swell estab
lished fact that the '
Wheeler & Wilson Sewing:hine L
the best one iii the roarket, : ili'via4l midi; most eiple
and least lfahla to get out of Arderi esid. thbY ar - p:nint
low as • the MR rrtr. machines : Call and tee them a
Third and W.
del-din W. IifILIKCIIC Agent. •
NOT FIRST, 4.4ItIVAL
BUT A4l4y - gD,J,L))I3BandE `1641E-
LYKEN .8 •VALLIM MOVE - 00AL,42;60 pariah
it It Nur, st. • 0.00 , dI
Also canstaixily an Lead .
LYKSIPS -VALLEY *WON, ••• • •
" • - Z a , .
copoLiAND =Amon COAL, • •
W 'ILEMBARRKIERDIU • .•
06 UL. ,
imacksukith Oral Allegheny aniLltrinitilnp'• 'A*/
Hickory. Cif* aPd Pil . l,4t.yplnd. BURS,
pl 4" - 'l47o.:lo2oteatnaCstreet.
D E N
SURSERKbax.returnea.aid reetweed-bla lwee t tree
nState street opiieeite 'the “Beett7 Beide '! -where he
will be pleased Le - attend to iit why maydessriaiiii
~frepsru. 41.:3L:G1L111A4D. , V Se
Cif Arinillik fiuf
Fancy Saaps,,car !lictugsrtattari: l 7
myr . Market tr i . ,
sututts Yoglswtepeepie,Lis newideactooa."
wiumestiO.Yereweg. , 44i ri frete. td,„nallunalityle essen
tial to Ole endur in g gut peuntry; True ust
iriolisut &nit arise - fr om' WO . a prepr
understandinglit ourth 11idtalions that can induce
strong and rattled altacbuguo,to their principka r ata
trowt ability for *tar inidateruill'ae.
ODR tillarlerplanatory statement of
the system 0f..,r eakettshrtry,sthe
text o tlthiti o cifittirM dWel-g,tu tei altp,
atitutiopargiraviatur - rditatte
ik4l l 4g iimd ligut - WriascArcuotokiiideld ie eda*
" price al st iewri oo. :71trq't
f i ttaz tir*-iitt . fart.
Having procured Steam. Power Praises, we are
prepared to executiJOß.aturßOOK PRMING of every
description, Cheerer that item b done et any other ea
tahlitolooentin the coheir:,
ffirFour lines or kw constitute mitAalf severe e.
tiateo or more than tour constitute el:9[mm
Bail Square. one day
• • •
One Rpm* one day
114 ono week....
If six months
gOrßusiness notices inserted it the Local cohost', or
before:Marriages and Deaths, FIVE ;CtENIB PER LINE
Ibr each insertion..
. _ . .
aig-Masr%goals' . Deaths to be charged as regular
To JAMES 13iTO.H4NA.N,
PRnIPOT OP =1) Mintl6 47A7119
In the name of the citizens of „ the United
States, for we know no other .iitissauthias we
call upon .you James Buchanan, ..R;esitittist of
tho United Sta tes,to wake up frorayonzworse
than traitorous Sleep, and exert the *bole
power of the Federal Government, to cave it
from the traitors who are openly, and your
FinataVarice,, if not by your aid, seeking - 0ver
.4%43 1, and4duitipa, thf country, inte ci, wan
itch - forth your' arch, Sir, seize with your
right hand the broad sword of the power once
wielded by the immortal Washington and
Jackson, in , a similar emergency, and, with
the left bearing aloft the stars and stripes in
their glorious - unity; say to tlic) enemies of the
;14.eLoblic, who hitye dared toinsuit,tho,mpiesty
.of.this-keoplaline far amine ,farther.. , —
Appeal to the friends of the. Federal Govern
ment,' as iriv, in the -midst-of Abe treason, that
has thus far forced them Logo with the tide,
against thar will, to rally to the aide of the
'Maim in its integrity—tell them: in trumpet
tones, that "The Federal Union Must and shall
be preserved," even if a million of men fall in
its defence, and; yon will instantly calm the
waters of discord, and ilite voices of thousands
of true spirits will cointrap in response to your
emihand,: even frOm the land of the rebels
Mr. Racharian, you have been derelict to
your solemn duty, long enough. When you
penned your Fort Duquesne letter, in , which
yon uttered the base and infamous declaration,
.that the Republic was on the eve of proving a
failure, you gave "aid and comfort to the ene
mies" of the Federal Government. Your whole
.policy in regard to Kru:sas was in contempt of
popular government—of Democracy itself—
and pointed directly to the preient state of
.things. Your abandonment of the 'Federal
forts on the, coast of South Carolina, to the
mercy of &Charleston mob, and your persist.
mice in that policy, place you in the category
of the rebels against the just and lawful au
thority of the United States, of wht ' se Biecu
tive power, you are the sworn defender. Your
late message dishonestly charged the real ques
tion at Issue, the execution of the laws of the
United , Statesi to the quehtion of making war
upon a ,State,: which, nobody in , the country
ever dreamed of: That public document was
nothing moremor less than amapologyfor the
treason that now stalks abroad,througheut the
whole country, with its brazen face, alitming
the timid, and disturbing the: peace of theme
You haie adtipted the heresi e s tintt have
groitu out of that itupendouirluiresy,, , Ebb, reso
lutions of 17 1 :1S, by which this goverument
'tisechangeti from a.grivirthiftlitt delhe whole
Stites, liable to be broken at
,pleasure ; and,
walking in the traitorous steps of John C. Cal
! bpunaon have undone all that AaeorgerWash-
Ingtml.and Andrew Jackson Aid to cement the
government upon ifs true fotmdations. Instead
sof :presenting, yotirself as Mb:4 . .24)4140as
of the Republic, in the harbor Af Charleston,
on the 7th day of last 'Noverbber; With the
whole power of the c0w:A.17,-mA pm:minding
~the peace, you have ignobly shrunk ,from the
'pefernuirice Of your iacrid doty, and allowed
3;!!;Ir_ 4 1 g.lakr9 1 4).10.4 PY .trttturf clekb 4nd
his equally, traitorous associates, and to smile
%%OM the 'efforts of the 'rebels Who 'refuse' to
submit.to the late peaceful decision °CAW). peo•
pie, oe the United :Antes, under. the normal
tiorilo Four Federal institutions. -
' Whenperteral Washington marched a large
and imposing force against the, Whisky Insnr
-rt`totiorthitti of Pennsylvania''they 'disappeared
,from : he face of the earth, bike the days ruider
a summer's morning sun. When treason rear
ed tits hideoni head in South - Carblinti, Gen4tal
Jackson suffered no ; traitors' to; poison the at
mosphere °flits Cabinet, by their fetid breath,
ihut atied•the treason back into his 'hatelliiir
by,4he very front of his presence. Nay, he did
more than this. At•the very, first signs of re
aistance on the 'part 'of the nullifiers, he order
ed the army and the navy to, be reawornAi their
airegiAnce to the United'States,' thus nipping
-in the bud the mad heresy, that a •oltisen of
the United Slats could owe allegiance to an k y
.. , ,,..,
`;Since the,above lines were penned, - . wit bii*e
read the news that , you have driven Gen, caw
from your connells; becaohe of his fidelity to
and the laws;:beettisead his
walking, in the footsteps of, Washington and
IliClitog ' Laminae' of 'his . 11'eterrialnaibri ' to
exert..., the poster ...of -.Vaal Btaier l dwgtoverd_
meat, for . its preservation: •
r yr .c ' oth_yag
in'teo'gret' - iie, n depttingfrni
.councils.;: '' he :ahtia , beent.ontitriOeii , by- yea,
'James Buchanan,, in your disloyality •to the
Government in an-evil'hour' to your
• tlandst bY.rt,deceiveciconstituencyyteireiSthengh
it,was a larr „iniuority ! of, tka,pepplak,vute.
Vh'e pnblielAiti• inibotmcoktlult lOU . refusiti
, kV. Wize• Eel t Mold t rie, ...for' Ilitiof Waging "on
a 'collision with the ~nth Carolina ..rebels
'iliaiiiiTthean'preme and lawful authoiity of
Atha I,7nited SSaies. 'And yet, by nut riAufori•
cing that post i•
you leave the gallant ioMeers L in
,charge of itLte M a
rtheercy a Cliarlestfiii Wid t h.
!pi:mod)! , constilation in such a criale„ nti Ilisit
they will give a good account. of. the,matilves.
"even :though they may' be' overpritdered. If
ynuiare inadequate to
your magisterial duties, which ypar trembling
And vatillatitig course cliailr shtw's, 'lib) , do
you not resign, and letilifße AteClibiridge, the
Candidate of the , disruptionists, take your
-place`? The country 'weed -then be 'relieved
from, your timid treeson,, Sind, lie brought face
to fiee"with, eit)ier fidelity to its institutions,
'oi open - tiriaeheYitheitentii"='•
,But.there 10,yetxtui opportunity for you ,to
escape 'from the :gulf of ignominy into which
you airrinun t ehbigliithlearfal spetd. • An de&
tirmierApsident and Tice Presidenkhaelelons
placeacting fn all 'the forms at the Cpnsti l
tationottidethe laws. "2" on have to e at''tr Ali
that fact, and.that fact alone--
.: ~ L . -.;
'cltliryorir siv'orn dutitb execute.th - elayri in,
alk‘tiinfr. entirety, so far , as god:eats; viltiAite
neens,at your command.._ 'Wafer t he feria
lii Charleston barber, inst a nt a n let; the re
sponsibility of collision i.ustatill it or h e
rhhelsagainst the . Authoirity ) , of -the ..United,, Ap iht altedgial Ad& raid Atarshal.
for. 'the f p'mi l
* cktuttroonthaartilinit,-taid throw
upon that Tu etle ieeponsility of
.Courti iendeitit lithirnthit Wliblh power ' a fbe
goverpmentilttprO*Vhimin:ihe;itrxereirre' 01 ,
his functibits. - "
;''lr.f lilissse is - re6hiii, lit gotithvat6hlni6. a:
I * -0 010-90Ifst;:; 1 4. 1 ) 1 11fAty I fail hi tirtilriltl
legiance to the United Stelae, txtil pa i dlie,peo-
Plea Vial:rid - tea fifiteigfer ainstritice in'esei
c3. 1 441P tke .4-ww• ..- a'o o )". l .4.Att CinnViff*lbil
arr 9 y art y,gn did rti.gansas.,.toisatwdoweActiel-
Fitirlififiell -Plach'-WW . SnThetie at` Washing %
Ilt a Pp o 44l o4 lFAl l st In- t'beiPerfoil "
,o I e ny, in Counting the votes fur President
and Vice President, and declaring the result;
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