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Rhoads, Smith, (Berke,) Smith, (Philadelphia,)
So the question was determined in the affirm
REASONS FOR VOTING
Mr. LEISENIIING, (when his name was
called.) lam opposed to the adoption of this
resolution, simply. because I think such a de
claration unwise and impolitic at this time.—
Under other circumstances I should vote for it
with great pleasure. I vote no.
The fifth resolution was read as follows
6 Resolved, That all plots, conspiracies and
warlike demonstrations against the United
States, in any section of the country, are trea
sonable in their character, and whatever power
of the government is necessary for their sup
pression, should be applied to that purpose
without hesitation or delay.
Mr. SMITH, (Berks,) moved to amend the
same, by inserting at the end _thereof, as fol
"And that all State enactments unfriendly
to the domestic institutions of any of the States
are unwise, impolitic, and should be promptly
removed from the statute books."
On the question,
Willthedleuse agree to the amendment?
The yeas and nays were required, by Mr.
SMITH (Berks) and Mr. RHOADS; and - wore as
follows, viz :
YEAS—Messrs. Ashcom, Austin, Boyer, Brod
head, Butler, (Carbon,) Byrne Collins, Cope,
Disputa, Divius, Donley, Duffield, Dunlap,, El
lenberger, Gaskill, Hill, Kline, Leisenring, Licht
enwallner, liUDonough, Manifold, Morrison, My
ers, Osterhout, Randall, Reiff, Rhoads, Smith,
(Berks;) Smith, (Philadelphia,)-29.
NAYS—Messrs. Abbott, Acker, Alexander,
Anderson, Armstrong, Ball, Bartholomew, Bi
sel, Bixler, Blair, BlisS, Bressler, Brewster,
.Burns; Butler, (Crawford,) Clark, Cowan, Craig,
Douglass, Duncan, Elliott, Frazier, Gibboney,
Goehring, Gordon, Graham, Happer, Harvey,
Hayes, Millman, Hood HoftnsHulm, Irvin, Koch
Lawrence, 4owther, M'Gonigal, Marshall, Mul
lin, Patterson, Peirce, Preston, Pughe, Reily,
Ridgway, Robinson, Roller, Schrock, Seltzer,
Shafer, Stehman, Strang, Taylor, Thomas;
White, Wildey, Williams, Wilson, and;Davis,,
So the questinn was determined in the . nega
MLSONS FOR VOTMO
Mr. ABBOT (wlaeti his name was called.) I
consider this amendment entirely out of place.
It is, offered with the view of testing the sense
of this House with regard to the subject which
it invOlves ; there will be ample opportunity to
do so on a more proper occasion. Such amend
ments simply embarrass the resolutions in
their passage. , Our object is to pass them as
speedily as possible. The amendment is scarce
ly even germane to the resolution before us.
Therefore I wish it to be distinctly understood
that in voting against this amendment I do so
from a view of its impropriety at this time, and
not for the purpose of expressing any sentiment
with regard to the subject which it involves. I
The question recurring,
"Will the House agree to the'fifth resolu
The yeas and nays were required by Mr.
KLINE and Mr. ACKER and were as follows,
YFAs—Messrs. Abbott, Acker,Alexander,An
derson, Armstrong, Aschom, Austin, Ball,
Barnesley, Bartholomew, Bisel, Bigler,
Bliss, Boyer, Bressler, Brewster, Burns, Butler,
(Crawford,) Byrne, Clark, Collins, Cope,Cowan,
Craig, Douglass, Duncan, Elliott, Frazier, Gib
honey, Goehring, Gordon, Graham, . Flapper,
Harvey, Hayes, Hillman, Hood. Hams, Huhn,
Irvin, Koch, Lawrence, Lowther, M'Gonigal,
Marshall, Mullin, Patterson Peirce, Pughe,
Relley, Rhoads, Ridgway Robinson, Roller,
Schrock, Seltzer, Shafer Smith, (Berke,) Steh
man, Strang; Taylor, Thomas, White, Wildey,
Williams, Wilson, and Davis, Speaker-68.
NAYS—Butler, (Carbon,) Dismant, Divins,
Donley, Duffield, Dunlap, Gaskill, Hill, Kline,
Lelsenring, Lichtenwallner, M'Donough, Math
fold, Morrison, Myers, Osterhout,Randall,Reilf,
Smith, ( Philadelphia,-19.
So the question was determined in the affirm
Mr. DUFFIELD (when his name was called.)
I believe it is pretty Well understood that gen
tlemen on the other side will vote for nothing
that we offer. I therefore vote no.
The sixth resolution was read as follows :
6. Re.lved, That the Governor be, and he is
hereby requested, to transmit a copy of these
resolutions to the President of the United States,
properly attested under the great seal of the
Commonwealth, and like attested copies to the
Governors of the several States of this Union,
and also to our Senators and Representatives in
Congress, who are hereby requested to present
the same to the Senate and House of Represent
atives of the United States.
Mr. BUTLER,, (Carbon,) moved to amend the
same, by adding in the fourth line after the
word "States," the words, "and territories."
The amenment was not agreed to ; and
The question recurring
Will the House agree to the resolution?
The yeas and nays were required by Mr.
RANDALL and Mr. SELTZER, and were as
follows, viz :
Yana—Messrs. Abbott, Acker, Alexander,
Anderson, Armstrong, Asbcom, Austin, Ball,
Barnsley, Bartholomew, Biller, Blair, Bliss,
Bressler, Brewster, Burns, Butler, (Crawford,)
Byrne, Clark, Collins, Cowan, Craig, Douglass,
Duncan, Elliott, Frazier, Gibboney, - Goehriug,
Gordon, Graham, Heppe; Harvey, Hayes, Hill
man, Hood, Hoffus, Huhn, Irvin, Koch, Law
rence, Lowther, Gonigal, Marshall, Mullin,
Patterson, Pierce, Preston, Eughe, Reily, Ridg
way, Robinson, Roller, Schrock, Seltzer, Shafer,
Stehman, Strang, Taylor, Thomas, White, Wil
dey, Williams, Wilson and Davis, Speaker-64,
Nsys—Messra. Beyer, Brodhead, Butler, (Car
bon,) Cope, Dismant, Divins, Donley, Duffield,
Dunlap, Gaakill, Hill, Kline, Leisenring, Lich
tenwallner M'Donough , Manifold, Morrison,
Myers, Randall, Reiff, Rhoads, smith, (Berke,)
and Smith, (Philadelphia)-28.
So the question was determined in the affirm
The preamble was. read as. follows :
WHIEREAS, A convention of delegates assem
bled in the city of Charleston, in the State of
South Carolina, did, on the twentieth day of
December, in the year of our Lord one thousand
eight hundred and sixty', adopt an ordinance
entitled ".An Ordinance to dissolve the union
between the State of South Carolina and other
States united with her, under the Constitution
of the United States ofi America," whereby it
is declared that - the said Union is dissolved :
Aim was, It becomes the duty of the
people of Pennsylvania, through their repre
sentatives in this General Assembly, to make
known what they consider to be the objects
sought, and the obligations and duties imposed
by the Constitution: Be it therefore
The preamble was agreed to.
The title was then agreed to_ as follows :
"JOINT RESOLUTIONS, relative to the mainte
nance of the Constitution and the Union :"
The rules being dispensed with the resolu
tions were read a second time by their title,
.and agreed to.
On the third reading and final passage of the
• The.yeaa and nays were required by Messrs
LEISENRING and BYRNE, and were as fol
Yras---Nessrs. Abbott, Acker, Alexander,
Anderson, Armstrong, Ashcom, Austin, Ball,
Barmdey, 13artholomew, Bixler, Bliss, Bressler,
Brewster, Burns, Butler, (Crawford) Byrne,
Clark, Collins, Cowan, Craig, Douglass, Duncan;
Elliott, Frazipr, Gibboney, Goel2ring, Gordon,
Graham, Hipper, Harvey, Hayes, Hillman,
ROCHI, Haim, Huhn, Irvin, Koch, Lawrence,
PenitsPhlaltia MailV ectegrapt), Saturbali Ifternoon, 3annary 26, 1861.
Lowther, M'Gonigal, Marshall, Mullin, Patter
son, Peirce, Preston, Pughe, Belly, Ridgway,
Robinson, Roller, Shrock, Seltzer, Shafer, Steh
man, Strang, Taylor, Thomas, White, Wildey,
Williams, Wilson and Davis, Speaker-63..
Nays—Messrs. Boyer, Brodhead, Butler, (Car
bon) Cope, Dismant, Divins, Donley, Duffield,
Dunlap,Gaskill,Hill, Kline, Leisenring, Lichten
wallner M'Donough, Manifold, Myers, Oster
hout, Randall, Reiff, Rhoads, Smith, (Berks,)
So the question was determined in the affirm
The resolutions as passed finally, read :
JOINT RESOLUTIONS relative to the mainte
nance of the Constitution and the Union:
'HEREAS, A Convention of Delegates now
assembled in the city of Charleston, in the
State of South Carolina, did on the twentieth
day of December, in the year of our Lord one
thousand eight hundred and sixty, adopt an
ordinance entitled "An Ordinance to dissolve
the Union between the State of - South Carolina
and other States united with her under the
Constitution of the United States of America,"
whereby it is declared that the said Union is
L And Whereas, It becomes the people of Penn
sylvania' through their Representatives in this
General Assembly, to make known what they
consider to be the objects sought, and the obliz
gations and duties imposed by the Constitution;
be it therefore
Resolved, by tie Senate and House of Representa
tives of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, in Qen
eral Assembly met, and it is hereby resolved:
lst: That the Constitution of the United
States of America was ordained and established,
as set forth in, its preamble, by the people of the
United States, in order to form a more perfect
union, establish justice, insure domestic tran
quility, provide for the common defence, pro
mote the general welfare, and secure the bless
ings of.llberty to themselves and their posterity,;
and if the people of any State in this Union
are not in the full enjoyment of all the benefits
intended to be secured to them by the said
Constitution ; if their rights under it are dis
regarded, their tranquility disturbed, their pros
perity retarded, or their liberties imperilled by
the people of any other State, full and adequate
'redress can and ought to be provided for such
grievances through the action of Congress and
other proper departments of the National Gov
2nd.. Resolved, That the people of Pennsylva
nia entertain, and desire to cherish, the most
fraternal sentiments for their brethren of other
States, and are ready new, as they have ever
been, to co-operate in all measures needful for
their welfare, security and happiness under the
Constitution which makes us one people ; That
while they cannot surrender their love of lib
erty, inherited from the founders of their State,
sealed with the blood of the Revolution, and
witnessed in the history of their legislation,
they nevertheless maintain now, as they have
ever done, the constitutional rights of the peo
ple of the slave holding States to the uninter
rupted enjoyment of their own domestic insti
3d. Rwolved,Thal that we adopt the senti
ment and language of President Andrew Jack
son, expressed in bis. message to Congress
on the sixteenth of January, one thousand
eight "hundred and thirty-three, that-the right
of the people of a single State to absolve them
selves at will, and without the consent of the
other States, from their most solemn obligations,
and hazard the liberties and happiness of the
'one composing this Union, cannot be ac
knowledged, and that such authority is utterly
repugnant both to the principles upon which the
general government is constituted and the ob
jects which it was expressly formed to attain.
4th. .Resolved, That the Constitution of the
United States of America, contains all the pow
ers necessary to the maintenance of its authori
ty, and it is the solemn and most imperative
duty of the governme.l to adopt and carry into
effect whatever measures may be necessary to
that end ; and the faith and the power of Penn
sylvania are hereby pledged to the support of
such measures, in any manner, and to any ex
tent that may be required of `her by the consti
tuted authorities of the United States.
6th. liaelved, That all plots, conspiracies and
warlike demonstrations against the United
States in any section of the country,are treason
able in their character, and whatever power of
the Government is necessary for their suppres
sion, should be applied to that purpose without
hesitation or delay.
6th. ,Resolved, That the Governor be, and he
is hereby requested, to transmit a copy of these
resolutions to the President of the United
States, properly attested under the great seal
of the Commonwealth, and like attested copies
to the Governors of the several States of this
Union, and also to our Senators and Represent
atives in Congress, who are hereby requested
to present the same to the Senate and Rouse
of Representatives of the United States.
The special order having been gone through
with, the Speaker adjourned the House until
11 o'clock to-morrow morning.
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1-I,AI2,I2JIMERTIZG - I
VIA READING. ALLENTOWN
MORNING kXPRIISS, West, leaves New York at 6 A
arriving at Harrisburg at 1 F. M, only 6% hours
eetween the two cities.
MAIL LINE leaves New York at 12.00 aces,ond ar
ives at Harrisburg at 8.15 P.M.
(.IiNING MAIL LINE Fast, leaves Harrisburg at
3,90 A. M.., -arriving at New York at 6.20 P. M.
AFTERNOON EXPRESS UNE, Fast, leaves Ran is
btra at 1.15 P. M., arrlviag at New York at 9.45 P. M.
Connections are made st Harrisburg at 1.00 P. M. with
he Passenger Trains in each direction on the Yeunsylva•
.ia, Cumberland Valley and Not tbern Central Railroad.
All trains connect at Beading'with train, for Pottsville
rnd Philadelphia, and at Allenbillyn for Mauch Chunk,
No change of Passenger Cars or Baggage between New
York and Harrisburg, by the 6.00 A M. tin- from New
fork or the 1.16 P. M. rom Harrisburg.
For neauly of scenery, and speed, comfort and accom
modation, due route presents superior inducements to
the traveling public. .
Fare between New York and Harrisburg FIVE DOL.
A RS. For tickets an other information apply ti
decl3 J. J. CLYDE, General Agent, Harrisburg.
READING RAIL ROAD.
O.N AND AFTER DEC.:l2th,, 1860.
..TWO PAMENORR TRAINS LEAVE. HARRISBURG
DAILY, (Sundays excepted,) at 8.00 A. M., and 1.15 P.
11., for Philadelphia, arriving there at 1 25 P. M., and
5.16 P. M.
. • .
RETURNING, LEAVE PHILADELPHIA at 8.00 A. M.
Ind 8.80 P. M., arriving at Harriabwrg at IP. IL, and
8.16' P. M. •
FARFS :—CoPhiladelphia, No. 1 Cars, $3.26 ; No. 2 (In
same train,) 52.76.
FARES Reading, $1.60 and 51.30.
A t Reading, eenneet with trains 'for Pottsville, blisters
villa, Tamaqua, Catawissa, &e.
FOUR TRAINS LEAVE READING FOR PHILADEL.
eau DAILY, at 6A. N., 10.45 A 3.,12.30 noon and
i. 43 P. Id.
tF.AVEPRILADELPRIA. FOR READING at 8.00 A. M.,
400 P, M., 8.80 P. M., and 5.00 P. M.
FARES -Reading to Philadelphia, 81.75 and 81.45.
THE MGRNING TRAIN FROM HARRISBURG CON
ECTS AT READING with up train for Wilkeebarre,
'Piston and Scranton.
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WINTER TIME TABLE.
FIVE TRAINS DAILY TO AND
ON- AND AFTER .
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 260 k, - .1860
The passenger trains of the Pennsylvania Railroad Com•
pant , ' will depart from and arrive at Harrisburg and
Philadelphia as titillowa :
T WA RD.
THROUGH EXPR9S9 TRAIN leaves Harrisburg at 2.40
a. in. and arrives at West Philadelphia at 6.60 a. irt,
FAST LINE leaves- Harrisburg at 12 55 p. m., and
arrives at West Philadelphia at 5.00 p.
MAIL TRAIN leaves Harrisburg at 5.15 p. m. ; arrives
at West Philade'phia at 10.20 p. in.
These trains make close connection at Phriaduipnla with
the New York Lines. • .
ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, No. 1, leaves Harrisburg
at 7.30 a. in., runs via Mount Joy, and arrives at West
Philadelphia at 12 30 p. ut.
DAB RISRURG ACCOMMODATION TRAIN leaves IlarL
risbnrg at 1.15 p. an., and arrives at Rest Philadelphia
at 6 40 p. in.
ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, No. 2, leaves Harrisburg
at 5.25 p. m., rues via Mount Joy connecting at Diller-
vale with MAIL TRAIN East for Philadelphia.
THROUGH EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Philadelphia at
10.50.p_ m , arrives at Harrisburg at 3.10 a. in.
Mall 'TRAIN leaves Philadelphia at 8.00 a. m., ar-
rives at Harrisburg at 1.20 p. m.
LCCAL MAIL TRAIN leaves .Harrisburg for Pittsburg
at 7.0.; a. in.
FAH' LINE leaves Philadelphia at 12.00, noon, arrives
at Harrisburg at 4.10 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. In , and arrives at Harrisburg at 9.45 p. m.
Attention 1s railed fo the fact, that passengers leaving
Philadelphia at 4 00 p. rm, connect at Lancaster with
MOUNT JOY ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, and arrive at
Harrisburg at 9.45, p.
SAMUEL D. YOUNG,
Plot. Revd Division Pormsvivania Railroad
Northern Central, Railway I
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
fIN AND AFTEtt MONDAY, November
66th, 1860, the Passenger Trains of the Northern
Central Railway will leave Harrisburg as follows :--
ACCOMMODATION TRAIN will leave at... 3.00. A. N.
RXRILk..W TRAIN will leave A. M.
MAIL TRAIN will leave at ....... --LIM P. M.
GOI NG NORTIr.
MAIL TRAIN will leave at 140 P. M.
'SSP KESS TRAIN willleave P;
The only Trains leaving Harrisburg on Sunday ism he
the ACCOMMODATION TRAIN South at 8, a. tn..
For further information apply at the Mee, In Penns. ,
Railroad Depot. .
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Tea AnALGAMATIoN OF LASOFAMM-Tbere is a grow.
lug tendeney in this age to appropriate the most orpres
sine words of other languages, and slier a while to in
corporate them into our own ; thus the word Cephalic,
which is from the Greek, signifying "tor the bead," is
now becoming popularized in connection with Mr. Spald
ing's great Headache remedy, but it will soon be used in
a more general way, and the word Cephalic will become
as common as Elwin tyre aid many others whose dim.
Unction as foreign words has been worn away ray com
mon usage until they seem "native and to the manor
HI 'ad 'n 'orrible 'eadsche this hafternoon, band I
stepped Into the hapotbecaries hand says hi to the man,
"can yon pease me of en 'err ache 'Ursa it Bache
'ard" pays 'e. "Hexceedingly,ays hi, hard upon that
'a gave me a Cei.halic VIII, hand me ?mum it cured
me so quick that I 'arab , realized I 'ad 'ad an 'eadacbe.
si-Eissnamts is the fay.rite tlgn by which nature
makes known any deviation whatever from the natural
state of the brain, and viewed In this light it may be
l ooked on as a safeguard intended to give notice of disease
winch might otberwie escape attention, till too late to be
remedied; and its indicatious should net? , r be neglected.
Beaclaclu s may be classified under two names, viz:—
Symptomatic and Idiopathic Symptomatic Headache is
exceedingly common and is the met:urger of a great va
riety of cheaseS, among which are Apoplexy, - (lout,
hheumatiam and. alt ; febrile. ,cleseases.. Id its nervous
form it is,syinpadlictic of disease of ihe stoniaCh conati•
toting tick headache, of hepatic disease constituting.
/ions headache,, , f worms, ra mtipation and other dWor-,
dere pf the bowels, as well as renal and uterine affeci.
ions. Idaeases rt the heart ate very irequently attend-.
ed with Be-daches, summia aud, plethora are, also affec
t one which irequettly occasion headache. Idiopathic
Headache is alto - very tom mon, being usually distin
guished by the mime of nervous headache, sometimes
coming on suddenly in a state of apparently sound health
and prostrating at once the mental,aud physical energies.
and in other instances it comes on slowly, heralded by
depression of spirits or acerbity of temper. Inmost in
s ?undo it corms on slowly heralded by depression of
spirits or acerbity of temper. In most ins afices'the pain
lain the front of the head, over one or ho h eyes, and
sometimes provoking Omit ing ; under this chu-s May also
be named Neura/gia..
For the treatment of either class of heaonche the Ce
phalic Pills have been found a sure and sale remedy, re
lieving the most acute piles in a tew minutes, and by its
.subtile rower eradicating the disease, of which head
ache is the unerring index.
Farmer.--Misslis wants you io send ler a box of COT
phalic Glue, no, a bottle of Prepared'Pills,—but
da inking that's not just it neither; but perhaps , yell be
aftoerknowing what it la. Ye see she's nigh dead and
gone with the Sick Headache, and wants some more of
that same as releived her before. •
Druggist.—You must mean Spalding's Cephalic Pad.
BrOget.—Och I sure now and you've Bed it, here's the
quarter and giv me the Pills and don't be all day about
Consti"ation or Costiveness.
No one of the “many ills flesh is heir t 3" is so preva
lent, so Little understoud,, and so much neglected as Cos
tiveness. Often oriel sting in carele swiss, ir seden
tary habits; it is regarded as a slight disorder of two little
consequence to excite anxiety, while in reality it is.tho
precursor and Companion of many of many of the most
fatal and dangerous diseases, and unless early eradica
ted it will bring the sufferer to an untimely grave.—
Among the bpi/ter evils of whir& costiveness is the usual
attendant are Headache, Colic, Rheumatism _ , Foul Breath,
Piles and ethers of like nature, while a long train of
frightful diseases such as Nalignant Fevers, Aboesses,
Dysentery, Dittrrhcea. Dyspepsy, Apoplexy, Epilepsy,
Paralysis, Hysteria, Hypoithondrlasis, Melancholy and
Insanity, first indicate their presence in the .system
this alarming symptom. Not unfrequicntly the diseases
named originate in CinstipatiOn, but hike on an hide
pendent existence) unless the cause is medicated .in an
early stage. From.all these considerations it tollowe that
the disorder should receive imint dlate attention when
ever It occurs, and. no person should neglect to get a box
of Cephalic Pint on the first appearance of the com Plaint,
as their timell one will expel the insiduous approach o
disease and destrey.this dangerous f e to human life.
A Real Blessing.
Physician.—Well, Mrs. Jones, bow is that hea dacha ?
Nil. Ann.—Gone I Doctor, all gone I the pill yoUscnt
cured me in just twenty minuses, and I wish you would
send more so that I can have them handy.
Pkysician.—You can get them at any Druggists. Call
for Cephalic Pills, I and they never tall, and I rocom
mend theta in all cases of Headache. •
Mrs Jones.-1 stiall Bead for a box directly, and shall
tell all my suffering friends, for they are -a foal awing:
TWZNTY Itinuone OF DOLLARS F1"11-11r. Spalding has
sold two millions of bottles of his celebrated Prepared
Glue and it Is estimated that each bottle saves at least ten
dollars worth of broken furniture, thus making an aggrn
gregate of twenty Millions of dollars reclaimed from total
loss by this valuable invention. Baying made his Glue
a household word, be now proposes to do the world slit
greater eervice by curing all the aching heads with his
Cephalic Pttla, and if they are as gpodns his Glue, Read
aches will soon vanish away like snowdnJuly. •
sirtivan Exarrestss; and the mental care and aerie:
ty 'incident to close attention to business or study, are
among the numerous causes of Nervoes Headache. The
disordered state of mind altd body "isestest . te this din
tresting complaint is a fatal blow to all energy and am
bition. Sufferers by this. disorder. can always obtain
speedy relief from these distressing attackaby using one
of the Cephalle Pills wheneverthe symptoths appear.—
It quiets the overtaseed brain, and soothes the strained
and jarring nerves, and relaxes the tension ot the sto
mach which always accompanies and aggravainS the dis
ordered condition of the brain.
FACT WORTU KNOWING.--Spalding's Cephalic Pills are
a certain cure for Sick Headache, Militias Headache,
Nervous Headache Costiveness and General Debility.
-111 r Grow Disccrvitior.—Among the most important of ail
the great medical discoveries of this age may be con•
sidereo the system of vaccfcnation icr protection from
Small Pox, the Cephalic Fill for relief of _headache, and
the use of Quinine for the prevention of Fevers, either of
which is a sure specific, whose benefits will be experi
enced by stifering humanity . long after their discoverers
are forgotten.' •
Dm you ever have the Sick Headache, Do you re
member we throbbing temples, the fevered brow, the
loathing and disgust et the eight of food. How totally
unfit you were tor pleiteure;donversation or study.. One
of the Cephalic Pills would have relieved you from all the
suftrrirg which yo. then experienced. For this and
other purposes yon: should always have a box of them on
hand to use as occasion requires.
1 1- *
i eW /eat4 e4 l S
& o t
By the use of theseril thelperiodic attacka of Ner
yank or Sick Headache may be prevented; and if taken a
the Commencement of an attack immediate relief fro
pain and sickness may be obtained. •
They seldom fail In removing the Nausea and Headache
to which females are so subject.
They act gentlyupon the bowels,—removing COSHIVIZUS 4
For Literary Men, Students, Delicate Females, and all
persons of sedentary habits, they are valuable as a Laza.
tive, improving the alimite, giving tone and vigor to the
digestive organs, and' restorinithe natural elasticity and
strength of the whole system
The CEPHALIC PILLS are the result of long Investi
gation and carefully conducted experiments, having been
in use In many years, during which time they have pre.
vented and relieved a vast amount of paln and suffering
from Headache, whether originating m the nervous aye ,
tem or from a deranged state of the stomach..
They are entirely vegetable in their composition, and
may be taken at all times with perfect safety Without
making any change of diet, and The absence of any disa
greeable taste renders it easy to administer them to chadrem
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS 1
The genuine have live signatures of-Henry C. Spalding
en each box.
Sold by Druggists and all other Dealers in Medicines.
A Box will beTsect by mail prepaid on receipt of the
PRICE 25' O , ENTS.
AD orders should be addressed to
' =NAT' G. SPALDING,
nerls.da-wly 4SlCedar StreetaNew York.
THE CELEBRATED HOLLAND REMEDY FOR
DISEASE OF THE KIDNEYS,
WEAKNESS OF ANY KIND,
• FEVER AND AGUE,
And the ration , ' affections consequent upon disordered
• •STOMACH OR LIVER,
Such- : as indigestion, Acidity of tbe Stomach, Colicky
Pains, Heertburns, l.ess of Appetite, Despondency, .Cos
tivenesi, 'Blind an d Blending Piles. In all emus,
Rhenmatir, and Neuralgic Affections, it has in numerous
instances proved highly beneficial . , and in uhers effected
a decided cure •
. . .
:Thisis a purely vegetable ccmpound, prepared on
strictly scientific principles, after the manner of the cele
brated Bollard Professor, Boethave Its reputation at
home produced Its introdnetion here, the dematti com
mencing with those of the Fatherland scattered over the
fare of this Mighty country, many of whom brought with
them and banded down the.tradition of Its veins. It is
noes offered to the American public, knowing that its truly
woiderful medicinal virtues "
must be acknowledged
:B. is particularly recommendedto thosepersons whose
constitutions may have urea impaired by the continuous
use of ardent spirits,
.or other forms of dissipation. Gen
erally instantaneous in street, it, finds its way directly to
the seat of life, thrilling and quickening every nerve,
raising up the drooping spirit; and, in fact, infusing new
health and Tiger in the *stem.
OTIGE—w hoever 'expects to find tblia beverage will
be disapi ointed; but to the sick, weak and low spirited.
It will prove a grateful aromatic cordial, possessed of
of singular remedial propertimi.
READ CARF u LLY !
the Genuine highiy concentrated l3cerbaveis Holland
Bitters is put up in half-pint I ottles only, and retailed at
ONE DPLI AR per bottle, or six bottles for BITE Douala—
The'great demand for this truly celebrated Medicine has
induced many imitations, which the public should guard
*it-Beware of 'lmposition gee that our name la on the
label of every bottle von buy. .
Sold by Druggists generally. it can be forwarded by
ExPrces -to most points. ' - -
BENJAMIN PAGE, JR. & CO.,
Pharmaceutists and Chemists.
PI ITSBURG, PA..
For sale in the city of Harrisburg by D. W. GROSS &
2HIS DELICIOUS TONIC STIMULANT,
FSPECIALLY designed for the use of the
Nedicai Profession and the Family, having super
eeded the so-called “Gins," "Aromatic," "Cordial,"
"Medicated." "Scbtrapro," etc., is now endorsed by all
or the prominent physicians, chemists and connoisseurs,
as poeticising all of . those intrinsic medicinal qualities
(tonic and diuretic) which belong to an eps and scan
Gin. Put up in quart bottles and sold by all druggists,
grocers, etc. A. 11.• BIN - INGER 8r..00.,
(Established in 1778.) - Sole. Proprietors.
19 Broad Street, N. Y.
For sale ib Harrisburghy C. A. Bannwart and John. H.
For pale by W. W: & EL Ernith,—French, Richards &
CO., and all of the prominent litiltolesale Drbggicts in
Philadelphia. _ se -Aawfim
- CHI - LORIN
• .MRS:. WINSLOW,
An experienced Nurse and FentalePhyeician, presents to
the attention el mothers h r
For Children T ,- ething.
which 'greatly facilitates the primes-. of teething, by soft
suing the gums,reducing all inflammation—will allay All
PAIN, and spasmodic action, and is
SURE TO. REGULATE THE BOWELS.
Depend upon it, mothers, it will give rest to yourselves
AND, :RELIEF AND HEALTH TO YOUR ENFANTS.
We have Put :RELIEF,
and told this article for over ten
years, and GAN s&; nuolottnewiel AND WHYTIT, what we
have never, been able to say of any other medicine—
NEVER HAS IT PALLED, IN A SINGLE INSTANCE TO
EFFECT gum, when timely used. Never did we
Sao* an inetance cif dissatheaction fa any ono who used
it. On the contrary, all are delighted with its opera
dons, and .speak in terms of highest commendation of
its magical effects and ,medical virtues. We speak In
Chia .otetter c , * n As , we - no meow, after ten years' expo
rience, Asin rum' ova RIPUTATION TOR THR FriamiNNT
OP NEAT HMI DEUR'. In almost every instance
where the infant is suffering from pain and exhaustion, re—
lief will be found ill fifteen dr twenty minutes *Met the
syrup la adMinietered.
This valuable preparation is the preseripton of one
of the most EXPERIENCED and aIiMLFUL NURSES In
New England, 494 has bium used with tinvnit SAILING
THOUSANDS OF CAM.
IC not only relieves the child 1 1 13 m pain, but invlS-
Orate the stomach - and bowels, corrects acidity, and
gives tone and energy to the whole system. It will al
most Instantly relieve
GRIPING IN THE BOWELS, AND WIND COLIC,
and overcome convulsions, which if not speedily reme
died, end in death. We believe it the wart and MOST
ISNSDY tx MR WORLD, in all cases of DYSENTERY AND
DIARRHOEA IN CEILDREN, whither it arises from
teething or from any other cause. We Would say to
every mother who has a child. suffering,frOto any of the
foregoing complaints—uo nor LW YOUR marnmes, NOR
TUN YRanIDICW3 or mums, stand between you and your
suffering child and the relief that will. SURE--yes, AB
SOLUTELY SIIRE--to folio* the mooed this medicine,
II timely used. 'Full directions for acing will accompany
,Nrom genuine unless the fac-simile of
CURTIS & PRIBLINS,New York, is on the outside wrapper.'
Sold. by Druggists throughout the werld.
Prinalpal Ofese, No. "12 Cedar St., New York.
Price 'oxlip 25 Cents war Bottle. -
Arai - Fer - Sale in Harrisburg by D. W. Grose 44 Co., No
19 Market street, J. martin Lutz, No. 28 Market street, C.
K. Keller, No. 91, Market street, below Fourth, and G. W.
Mee, 128 Market street.
aug22 dawly •
NEW FIRM, NEW GOODS
THE ,M3SCRIBERS having succeeded
to the WHOLESALE AND RBTAIIL GROCERY BUSI
NESS of Messrs. GROSS & KUNKEL, at WALNUT
STREET WHARF, would respectfully announce to the
ohizens of Harrisburg and vicinity, that they are pre
pared to offer for sale a large and complete assortment of
lEtoes, in great variety,
• . Nails,
. . .
Dui Large SPRING STOCK,' packaged in Philadelphia
and New York, and now arriving, has been selected
with Mira care, and will prison& great induCeMents to
close buyerg. -
We intend to keep FIRST-CLASS ODOM, end
NOT BE UNDERSOLD, and hope by honorable dealing to
'merit and receive a Share of patronage:
.marEklit' ROBINSON .11.
SAT , IFO RD'S
T is compounded entirely from Gams
I and has beCotne.an established fact, a Standard
clue, known and approved ~,„f by all that have need
mud is now resorted (Oat_ 'with confidence 4. CI
diseases for which it is re ;Q commended.
It has cured thousandslii within the fast tee v t a r .
who had given up all hopeS,4 11.4 relict, as the nuner,.;
uusolicited certificates Jur% my possession Atm.
The dose must be adapt-44 ied to the temperani.
the individual taking it,and n used in seri' quantities
to act gently on the bowels. Z.
Let the dictates of your V'
use of the LIVER
Lynx ComeLarsys, Hamm* P
tc DIARRHoir.A, SOIOURCIOallta:
KY SOUS STOMACH, HAB/T-,C;
GuoLARA MOREICa„ CIIOLERAO —.
JAUNDICS, ENNA/ WlLlLH
.uccassfully as ao Ottensa
will cure SICK FINADACIIf m
is TWENTY IT TWO r
TAR AN at commeneement of p
ILL ego mist r alts ILITIr
arittix dater to the marootta with the in
v *orator, noel swallow boils together
P 5 1 ,15 ON/ pumas reit Berrie
CUMrOUNUEU FRO 11
PURE VEGETABLE EXTHALIS, AND PIT
pp IN OTAAS CASES, AIR TIGHT, AND
WILL KEEP IN ANY CLIMATE.
Thi. FAMILY CATITAR- TIC NI L is a gentle
active Cathartic which the 0J proprietor has need in hi
practice more than twenty l ayears.
The constantly Increas lug demand from those who
titre long used the Mak a and the satisfaction which
ail express in regard to 1.4 their use ,
has induced ins
to place them within the a, roach of all. •
The Profession well know that different Cathartics act
difterent portions of the, bowels.
The FAMILY CAM AR- lad TIC PILL has, with ilue re
it;rence to this welt estab- I.t listed fact; been conipoun.
ded from a variety of the H purest Vegetable Extracts,
which act alike on every part of the alimentary ca
nal, and are good and safe io all caeca "(here a m
tbartic is needed, snob 1.4 De3lol9CMCltti Of StOOLICh,
Sleepiness, Pains in ilies Back and Loins, Costumes,
Pain and Soreness over its baly,Resaenstess, Headache
oo weight in the head, ail fnAcintma ory Dia eases,
Worms in Children or Ad- r , tdb , ma c matum, a Brew
Pur4iier of the Blood, and many diseases to 1 inlet!
test is heir, too numerous —1 to mention in this a Ivor.
tracment. lOoaa, Ito S. 0
FMnMM77 . 9I
TRIO LIVER INVIGORATOR AND FAMILI CATELIfi
ac PELLIS are retailed by Druggists generally,atel
sold wholesale by the Trade In all the Ism
S. T. .W. SANFORD, M. D.,
Manufacturer and Proprietcr.
le2o4kwyll 836 Broadway, New York
To the Citizens of New Jersey and
Apothecaries, Druggists, Ciro Cara and
Wolie's•Pure Cognac itrandy. .
Welles Pure Illaderia, Sherry - and Port
Wine. • - '
Wolfe's Pure Jamaien and St. Croix Ram
Wolfe's Pure Scotch laid Irish 'Whisky.
- ALL IN BOVICIASS.
I bee I lave to cal the attention of the citizens of the
UnitediStates to the above Worn and Lutituts, imported
by Udolitho Wolfe, or New York, whose name is faun.
bar in every part of this count y for the purity of Lk
celebrated SCULKUMR SeintarPs. Mr. Wolfe, lu his letter
to me, bpealoug of the purity able Wnizs and iterate
says: "I will stake my tepntatfon as a man, my start•
me as a merchant of thirty years' residence in the City
of 'New York, that all the Bssunv and Witont ahiell
bottle are pure as Imported, and of the best quelity, are
can be relied upon by every purchaser." Beery- hook
has the proprittor's name on the wax„ and a Inc slate
ofhis signature on the certilloite. The pubic are ie.
Spectrally; invited to call and examine for themseiva—
For sale at Retail by all Apothecarka and Grocers
Philadelphia. liißOßtiE M. ASIIPOi,
No. 83‘2. Ilarktt Philathisiu t.
Sole Agent for Philadelpist
- Read the following from the' New York Cots ler
Fmithfolao Brmsoict lion Omit Nay YORK OfIRCRANT
We are happy
to inform our fel owieltlzens that mere 5
one place in our city where the physician, apothec try,
and country merchant, can go and purchase pure Wrs,i
and Liquors, as pore as imported, and of the best quilir.
We do not tutetid to give an elaborate descriptiop of trs
merchant's extensive heatless, although it will wall,
pay any stranger or citizen to v isit Udolpho \Voile's El .
tensive Warehouse, Nos. ls. 10 and 2'2 Beaver sum.
and Nos. 17 ID and 21, mar etlirld street his sloes , :
Schnapps en baud ready for shipment could net UT'
been less than thirty thousand ewes; the Brandy, sae
ten Inoue. nti eases—classes of lad to 1856 acid
thousand cases of Macetra, Sherry and Port iths,
Scotch and Ishih Whisky, Jamaica and St. Croix ku a.
some very old and equal to any in this country. fie t=
had three large cellars, fated with Brand., Wine, se
casks, under Lustom House key, ready for Lottlirig. tlr
Wolfa's sides of behriapps last year amounted to ra
huitdn d and, eight.) thousand cozen, and we hope ki
than two years he may be equally successful wilt
Brrndies and Wines.
His busduess 'cents the patronage of every lover 0: ..,
species. Private families who wish pure Wtne3
Liquors for medical use should send their ord , •rs
'to Mr. Wolfe, until every Apothecart In the laud WA'
up their minds to discard tho polsonoLs TOE] tt
shelves ' and replace it with Wolfe's pure
We understand Mr. Wolfe, for the accommodate:
email dealers in the country, pu up assorted ,e,eE
Wines and Liquors. Snob a man, and Such a me:ch».•
should be sustained against his tens of th msatai.
ponents in the United States, who sell nothing
lions, ruinous ante to health and human liapio ,
C. Market , street, tole agent for Ws'
U ELIIII3OI. WS GENUINE PREPARATI O\
Cures Gravel, Bladder, Dropsy, Kidney
HE'LMBOLD'B Clenuine I•Tepatatiun fur Nisi ,
Debilitated Satre era.
lIELUBOLD'S rreparatton ior Loss of I'o. -
Loss of Meteors.
HELIiStiLD'S Genuine Preparation for DarmiF
Breathing, General Weaknels,
HELMBOLD'S Genuine Preparation fur Weak Si
H-Arror of Death. Trembling
Celt Feet, Dimness of Vision
ELM BOLO'S gitunnioe Preparatum fur Languor.
.11 venal Lassttode. of the Illosculur SyWm.
II FlibiliClLD'S Genuine ?reparation far
II nanco and Eruptons.
, L 04OLD'S Genuine Preparation for Fain
II Back, Headache, Hick Stomach,
Xiirßee advertisement headed
BRIJABuLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU
in another Column.
HARRISBURG BRIDGE COMPA . S I
THE President and Directors of tb , e!l r g `l
risburg Bridge Company have this ddY
dividend of BISIT.CENTO t.er share au the opt
ot said Company, (SAY THREE PER usay.) tor the el%.
yticeea,rt'oata n d e ha lnan d OlrerS d or th tle B irle e grl re e p i: e a F i e d n , 2 . t1.11
tar the 17th , WALLA CI ";
Harrisburg Bridge Office , lan. 7, 1861.
Fruit and Vegetable Garden for x` ert,
The subscriber offers for rent bis garden 1 : (4 ,„', lc „,
eent!o of the town of Columbia, Lancaster
contains two acres of first quality of land, on al.. }„
now growing is good condition, 150 Pe, ch, •
Quince, Nectarine and Cherry trees ; 25 Gr.P e l ,,.
1.000 Currant, Gotwebarry, Baspbrrry, an t . ;.,;;
Blackbtrry busters ; Asparagus bed with al', v .,
1,000 crowns, end.a Strawberry bed SS I,att
Possession will he given immediately. If not root
first 01 February, a gardener will be Wanted.
A N.EW LOT OF
LAMES' SHOPPING & TRAVELING TA
DIES' a number of new styles GNSTS'
I,I •ES' Money Purses and Wallets. A Sue
just rePfived and
BERG I N e
E at ß 'S CHEAP By „ ' ,
I fudgmeut guide you is
RATOR, and tt will care
DlN.r.:crur, N ap .
UAL CORD VENLIN, CEIOLIG,
NiCBSIt, and may he
UT Palmy Martian. It
(an Chow:ands Cap. ItSti!V )
!oat their tes.herr.r ni