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Con FERT. —lf you have cold feet, immerse
them morning and evening in cold water, rub
them with a rough towel, and run about your
tooth till they warm. In one month you will
be entirely relieved. All these red pepper Find
mustard applications are like rum to the stem
acb--relieve you to, day, but leave you colder
!;.; October '2l, .d6l_ Ito morrow.
- f""1 if
I.i. till , . whit •,.'.ycr ,
d r, ' Nth.
•ct Itr.t.rtiterr: There :ire in the
• op, too w.tos ,•t n• 1 45, tint iun
14. t ,n•att,4 untor.xt,ty, would
' ..•••• tt.ein:l4
—••• ;t:111) for at4tight
J. f). S . ,yntonr,.• Fifth
•tofiety , Las now
diff , rt•ncc in th 6
nee re gutients are
, . . , Wynhoop and
.• :dry. POr.N . owl ZAgle, of
:i..• Artillery ntalor Captain
al has been made
on the . hanks of the
the regular allow
, 11:,:d for a soldier to
;,litsltet at "shoulder
in close single file, it
!,rolAlway from Jersey
. .1 I nirtitheline. If the
io ;JV reviewed it would take n
❑+ the rate of sixteen
,flateen hours to pass along
..!INTrso MEES "SAS the best sea
) . year for transplaniihg Milt or shade
i.inda. Any time in the fall before
freezes deeply will do. Persons
I ..ecoupied • land., yards, &e , should
with trees. The result will amply
i of labor, and yield a thousand per
L! isfael ion, comfort and beauty. Our
.a. in, - ) bare of fruit trees. .There
,eulleient to furnish cattle with a
.riu the heat of the day under a sum-
I ey., ie land enough that might
• , ••, imiud for this purpose.
‘NTS TO REAIt THIC STARS AND STRIPES.—
; I ;;emus in the last number of the
Iniu'ret, under the head of "tong,ings,"
;it the reader in this manner ;
to bear the stars and stripes
ross Potomac's wave,
ul plant them on the golden sail
oh I Virginia brave.
:rentienam steps around this way, 11.,e
• till nl4
lir apirations i hey are a number of
I %Imps Cameron and (Jurtin in an
-:.:te,iu nn , , one of which, we have
. . 4.
,(, , ; anpyit :a ft Ibat.t W01111..1:4 ;' GUCCI'
.1 n,, a recruit.
111 , :l'el Ibe pimipbitt crop is as large as
• slid the fruit .41rcafly appears in
A., • pumpkin is supposed to have
Sri_'• WI Nantucket Island, whither the In
i the seed and
,planted it in their
ci :- Imlian i.'orn. ft now groWs in most of
a:ni its vines are trailed throu4i all
farms. The great pumpkin
Valparaiso was introduced into that see-
Commodore Porter, of the United States
1 MI varieties of the gourd, the squash
.he pumpkin have a common origin, and
are therefore, said to hybridate readily.
wy make the cheapest pies, and the following
said to Le a good rece;pt therefor :
a teacupful of grated pumpkins, one pint
milk, one egg, a little salt, two large
Jew: lids at sugar, cinnamon, spice, or nutmeg.
i t the tin and bake until done. The remain
:er the pumpkin cAt Ibe ckined. out and kept
a cool pantry for several days, and new pies
each (13) , with little trouble.
tiNrrr Ituu=o.'—A corre, , pondeut of a
nu' ury paper brings a serious (largo against
'me of the htdiF.H Of that ancient borough. It
yip , a , s i,c teeontly chteied a mystic circle
hi re Inc comp I lOU young ladies seated. iu a
with a spittoon in Lite (311.1 W., tacit ou e
duAliouNly to the
ta.th, &c., - witlt a splintereil whalebone,
(no of the lair ones would
p over and spit," alter the mostapproved
:r-rotn style Eavc bc , it btioraLoi that
.13 , same prao.ice i, Huiulg(ai in to a ton,idera
de extent among'criain ladies in or, , ,ity. It
is caned " snuff rubl , ;J,..r, - and the c• , ;o.t is
stimulatiou, the t•Anie 11< tht` of crea
tion" seek in chewing tob , .ceo, smoking, drink
hla whisky, &e, It k cerktihty a 1u...1 disgust
ing practice, and should it become general,
young men will make the same objections to
marrying "shun. yuuuti:, ladles HOW
iludie to marrying " tobacco chewers
Piammtn ran DAR% times of peace
ineirare for war," say the popular political
There is much more meaning in this
than most people are aware of. It does not
simply urge us to prepare arms, munitions,
ships of war, anal strong fortifications. It has
something more than this mere literal s'guiti
ranee. It tells us that in any department of
life we should prepare r. r file - wet day;' !hir
ing the fair ones—that we dlould laber to bonus
va pose while the tun shirudh, tre the night
eumeth on when no man wi,rheill. Ti times of
pare and prosperity we hare the leisure and
opportunity to fleacwith and study abstract
aavAlen s and principles. These aro ore inter
vals of study and reflection, when it behooves
'''to got our leEsons so thoroughly that there
'lll be no hesitancy in the recitation ; when
-11.01 bectaue so well grounded in theory as
t.tAte practice easy ; when we shall becoma
mreadatetl with correct principles that we can
-I'l4 hi. 1,1 astray when the mom! atmosphere is
flack and full of the blinding- heat of passion ;
When we should acquire strength to maintain
our tapmbrium ;unid the clash of arms and the
roar of eninen, standing unflinchingly for the
tu;.l 11,_. L
furnar.e tl unscathed through the fiery
' , through the valley of the
shadow of death."
Ills NAM. —The name of the unfortunate
soldier recently killed on the: Cumberland Val
liailroad, noticed in the TIWIEGRAPH, was
Nlyers. Ae was a member of Col. Stambaugh's
regiment; and was from Luzerne county, in
this State. A man named Jobn Over, of New
vine, was also badly beaten while on the cars,
and was taken home, his wounds being of a
very dangerous nature. •
. . ,
AMIIER NEW COUNTEERFBIT.—New counter
fulls appear to multiply , at the present time
with great rapidity. COunterfeit o's on the
Allegheny Bank of Pittsburg, Pa., have been cir
culated in Philadelphia and elsewhere for the
last few d ays. These counterfeits are admira
ble imitations, and well calculated to deceive.
The hest plan is to refuse the notes of that Bank
Foa Ilsrrt.—A deputation of colored people
left Carlisle on Tuesday last, en route for Hayti.
They joined a larger party at this city, whence
they all started via the Pennsylvania Railroad
for New York city. They will sail in a few
days for this new Dixie. 'The government of
Hayti offers flattering inducements to emigrants .
of the ebony hue of both sexes, donating, we
believe, a house and lot to every bona fide
FMB .—An alarm of fire about 8 o'clock Friday
night was occasioned by the appearance of a
bright light in the northern horizon above the
city. 'The fire bells sounded a general alarm,
and the entire fire department, including the
Friendship'' steamer," were promptly in motion
towards the scene of the supposed conflagration.
When the apparatus of the several companies
got as far as North street, however, the light
had subsided, to the evident regret of our " fire
boys," who are fairly " spiliog" for a chance to
distinguish themselves. The light is supposed
to have originated from the burning of a brush
heap, somewhere near the Blue Mountain.
Tun "FotAnn Sotranu."— Miss Fuller—the
"female soldier boy " who raised the false
report, of, the attempted assassination of Col.
Knipe, at the Darnestown camp—was in town
Friday afternoon, stopping at one of our ho
tels. She still wore the breeches, which, with
a brown lincisey wool shirt, and a military cap
setting jauntily on her head,enabled her to play
the "boy" to perfection. She is apparently not
more than eighteen years of age, of medium
stature, spare build, with features by no means
preposseFsing in appearance, and a voice de
cidedly masculine in tone. She was in the cus
tody of some military officer, detailed by the
authorities to conduct the young, lady to her
friends in Elmira, N. Y., whither they started
in the 9 o'clock train last night.
Jim Brown—a stout mulato, employed by
Dr. Roily as a hostler—was brought to the May.
or's office . on Saturday, charged by his wife
with being drunk and disorderly. Jim, when
the officer made his appearance, was engaged in
the very interesting occuprition . of - taking half
baked pies out Of the stove at his residence in
Cherry alley, and smashing them on the floor.
lie resisted the attempt of the officer to take
him into custody, and, drawing a knife, threat
ened to make mincemeat of the official's corpo
rosity. Assistance, however, was promptly
sunuuoned,and Jim was finally overcome,floor
ed, and tied hand and foot, in which condition
he was chucked into a brick cart and conveyed
to the Mayor's office, and from there to the
Lock-up, to await a hearing next morn 3
ing before the Mayor.
Tun Esvmors Leires..—The combined en;
velope-letter, or letter-envelope, which has just
been prepared by the, government, is most
useful contrivance. It presents us three separate
things in one, viz : a sheet of letter ,Or,note
paper, an envelope and a peat-stomp, all so
simply put together that any orie may use them
with more case than he would the old envelope.
The advantages are ; ; first, that the, whole
costs less than the materials would separately,
thus effecting an important economy for theism
who write many letters ; second, the stamp can-
not be stolen or rubbed off, which is a matter of
some consequence when we remember that
nearly a million of letters are returned to the
Dead Letter Office annually that have suffered
in this way ; third, the postmark is always on
the letter itself, which can therefore be used in
courts of justice as a legal proof or document, as
to dates, contents, etc; and fourth, as the sheet,
envelope and stamp are one, time and trouble
are both saved in conducting a heavy oorrerr
pondenco. These are advantages which must
commend them to general use. They can be
had, like the ordinary stamp, at the various
BARE Arts.—A distinguished physician who
died in Paris, declared that, during the twenty
..3ix years ho had practlced medicine in that:ay,
he believed that twenty thousand children had been
corned to the grave from the absurd custom of cepaa
ilia their bare arms. The bill of mortality heie
from the same cause, is quite as large for the
same number of inhabitants. We once called
at a store in Philadelphia, in company with a
Physician noted for his skill and success in his
profession. It was an extremely cold winter
day. A lady sat in the back part of the store
holding an infant whose arms were bare, about
th e size of an adult thumb and about as blue as
a Winnebaug whet stone. The blood was Stag'
taut and could not flow freely hi capillaries,
and it looked generally as if death might soon.
claim its emaciated form. "Oh Doctor," said
the lady, " look here, whatwould you prescribe
f or my baby?" The Doctor looked pityingly
at the pour child—for he loved little children—
and then in answer to the woman's question,
said bluntly , " Curruu, mADA M I Curates 1"
and, turned hastily around and left the" stcirn.
This simple prescription would save many •an
nfant during the present autumn and
9Aa4 P 8
a R. 1 „ ,1 . grey on tap onting, JO -
:•_ • • •
A STAm Mamma of the Friendship Fire
Company will be held at their house on Monday
evening, at, 7i o'clock.
EQUIPMBNIS FOR KENTIICKX.—SeveraI wagon
loads of boxes, filled with bridle bits for cavalry,
passed thrOugh the city en route for Kentucky,
on Saturday, by Aden's' Express, consigned to
Gen. Robert Anderson.
"C:lnsa WITH Soros TO Gasar Us."—San
ford, the inimitable delineator of Ethiopian
character, has written to Col. Brant, that be
will be " around " here shortly with his cele
brated troupe of artists. Sanford is always a
welcome visitor to this city, where he never
ails tq draw " crowded houses:" Heretofore
his visits here hait been limited to one or two
nights, but on this occasion, we understand, he
contemplates remaining for an indefinite period.
Poticc--Before' the Afayor.—Kate Bing—one
of the frail sisterhood—wae arraigned for drun
kenness and disorderly conduct. Sent to prison
for fifteen days.
Charles Fox, up for vagrancy, and discharged.
John Landis—i "bonld soger boy"—was ar
raigned for drunkenness. Put under marching
orders for the camp.
S. Thaulmuser—a traveling pedler of laces
and other i gimcracks—was arraigned for ped
dling withdut license. Bound over to answer.
Before AUerman Kime:—An old woman, too
drunk to tell her name, was brought up in a
buggy from the lower end of the city. She was
docketed as "Maria Lager," and sent to prison
for 48 hours to sober up.
John Shaffer was arraigned for drunkenness,
and sent to prison for 48 hours.
A WORD ABOUT "Tatatezzs."—The season is
here once More when the worthless crew known
as "Trampers" flock into the city to prey upon
the good nature of industrious people. Of the
poor—the ,LOrd's poor ; and* even the poor
devils—we have not a disparaging word to say;
but of that crew, which emphatically deserves
the appellation of the devil's poor, we have
this much to say that the person 'who gives any
thing to them commits a crime, in that he en
courages the worst species of vagabondism
known to civilized society, We agree with our
friend of the Beading /Imes in his declaration
that the trampers are a set of thieves, who
roam about the country , for eight months in the
year, stealing the farmers' produce, setting fire
to their bains and hay-ricks, and doing damag,ein
numberless ways,until the severity of the weather
compels them to make for the towns, when
they drag their loathsome bodies from house to
house begging, and when their of-times un
reasonable demands are iefused, ahusing women
in the absence of the male portion of the family.
For refuge at night they rush to the Poor House,
or the lock-up, and are an eyesore to the police
and authorities. Now, there is a cure for this
evil; and 'we believe only one ; and that is to
hit upon some plan to make every tramper who
enters the city do some kind of work. This
is the bane of their lives. They are trampers
because they will not work ; and, after loafing
the fine spring, summer and fall weather away
with noligher aim than that of the beasts of
the fields, the severity of the winter weather
compels them to seek the shelter of the towns.
Any person who has occasion from now on till
snow seta" in, to drive into the country, will
see them wending their way toward the nearest
town, to be a pest to the 10ePle: :- As we have
said before, makes them work. Build a•Tread
mill, even if it has to run for no other purpose
than to put these thieving ; miscreants to work,
in order that the city may get rid of them.
See Professor Wood's advertisement in another
A Env MOAB of those Cheap Chestnuts at six
cents per.quart. Also, apples, Jersey sweet po
tatoes, prunes, plums, a fine lot of fancy and
common confectionary, nuts, &c., at the Cheap
Commission Store of is°. Comma, No 101,
TUE GRRATBST BARGAINS 'FROM NEW YORK
Atoms l—The Cheapest Goods Received Yet !-
50 pleCes of 5-4 bleached Pillow Case
100 dozen of woolen Socks damaged by water,
8 cents a pair. •
25 pieces of dark heavy Pant Stuff, 18, 25 and
60 pieces Canton Flannel, 12,1- cents.
100 of black and grey Cloaks, from $2.60 up.
12 dozen of ladies' woolen Sontags,very cheap.
40 dozen of grey and white merino Undershirts
and lDravirers, 76 cents.
50 pairs white woolen Blankets, at all prices.
100 dozen of ladies' andohildren's wool Stock
ings, 12 to 37 cents.
60 piedes of white, red and yellow Flannel, at.
Country merchants we would invite to call,
as we have a large stock of all kinds of Goods,
and are daily receiving Goods from New York
Auction, which we will sell at wholesale at City
John Rhoads' old stand
HOW ' LOST ROW RESTORED
TIISTi Published, in a , Sealed , trivelope••
Price 6Ms Alsicture eui - this Mature, Tmatment,
and radical titre of 2 Spermatorrhcoir.br Seminal - Weak
ness, Involuntary Eintstions,Mexnel Debility, andlmped
iments to Marriage generally,MervOMMlSS COIIBUMptIOI3,z
Epilepsy and Fits: Mental and :Phyrlcal :Incapacity, re
sulting from self Abuse; ,Sto.—,By WM, J. CULVER
WELL, 14D., Author.of the Gress Beals dc.. : "A Boon
to Thousands of Sufferers," sent under seal, in a plain
envelope, 'to any address, .pot „paid, on receipt of six
cents, or two postage stamps, by Dr. Ca J. C. KLINE,
147 &wary New York Post OfflOO, Sondra: '
Tan ' A.pvzwza.,,hajing been jestored to.
health id a' few to - eagle, icirttltillijillfi d eddidy,"sfedi
having suffered several tearer tvittias severe lung affect-:
lon, and. that dread diseseeMdniiiMption- L —is ansioris 'to
make knOwnto his follow•sufferers the 'mans of cure,
To all Wifo:detilre , It; lie wlti sem .ii..hopk.of. the pie
scription used (free of charge),, with the directions for
preparing and using the tiame, find a
sure curd fbr Consumption ' Asthma, Broncbilis t Axs. The
only;otdett or the advertiser in Sending the Prescription
astd-bisistlt the afflicted, and spread Information which
he conceives to lie nvaluable; and he, belies every °Ut
terer wilt try his remedy t as it will cest'them nothing,
sad mayiprove a blessing.' ' -
Partied arishlngthe prescription will sleeve address
'REV. EDWARD A. WILSON,
• Kings county, New York.
MOIICA P K :LIFI RIPY PILLS TIa— iNt I i iigII II BITTNItB .-
Pree fro* tat Alitertt&P . oktes" .-"lrt .k.typeti:t lit 4ortifUle
Ulcers, scurvy, or &aphelia or the Skin, the opera e iton
ottbo t hife Medicines is truly loacnishingolbutrionoving
4i i re* dim, evils/ vE.kii o at ttao Wrokrilie VW"
ay theiriparitingeMo r te ob•the.tikkail.alleMeasimovistii;
Fever iui4c e s e llNip,epsin,ilriply,=. I TX sbilctc,
mold ou, ' ' ink* yieddlo MNI , - Mk - Tort lesl
No fonnly bald iiiiiilMicinl'' idiom; arty' *ski toilet*
Olr 9sry - ou nnfed. ----
foadl* YanDruUl l l. id 0 , 7P5a . : wnW
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A ...t •."...X.4,i Wir
Pi CARD TO THE LANES
Dll , DITPONOO'S GOLDEN= PILLS
•-- • •
o correcting, regulating, and remo7log a ;
ways successful arks.. maven :
frikl&E PILLS HAVE BEEN USED 111 .
the. dociornlfol l .mallY - arors, , IPPtbAlT:jrnUrPeclia°i
America, with implWalleled sucCess-in- every Cede;
he ir urged by many Muumuu ladies, who used them, tr
linice the Pills public fir the alleviatibb of thes=e
from any irregularities whatever, ruirwell to preiveiv;
an increase of family where health,will not pormit.o.-e ,
Fecvales particularly situated, or theae eupi w pg thug):
.eive , so, are cautioned against thsigi fills white In that
condition, as they are sur- to product miscarriage, are
the prOprietor Sarum.% no reshopsthility after this alien..
sitina ; although their mildness wohld :Prevent Mil
chief to health—OlherWire the has are recommended
aed explicit directicuis accompany each bog. 'Prig.
$1 uu per box. Sold wholes-ale and : retell by
I - 1
Is:o. 2 donee-40W Maxi lir& Pa..
qsemes," by sending him 'IV 00 , AO tbic-Harrtilbing
Mat Others dew have the Pitie.seot free of OblecTaitlea 4e ,
ratty part it the twuntry (confidentially) and"' freeii , f d r
tags" map. Sold alp) by /S. ,
lOharoN. 1101LcowA4 Crushes, Philadelphia, J. JAM
ItltHaltic I,rirtnOn, :blineneter, , &-
Arms, Wrightsville ; E. T. Mitten, Yorlii ; and, by pee
druggist in every city and tillage in the Union; add by
p, Howe, ,ole proprietor, 2"bilw. l'OrgT•hi
N, 14.—Look oat for eouotesteitf,. Dry no tie/clay
of any kind il.11;1:-R , rvery , be,* Sill u kti:Pe. Ylllioge.l Ai
others are a ,bwie impenitiop awi,aaaa,c4,lh,Prtifo.K9,,,,,*
nur rivi4l and (tti , ay,oOthirig`of be
ne humbuggpl oat of your looney,' Oliy .icily of thug,.
who RtIOW tha • .unnat ore of Alpwet,on ntveuf boa.
which has r eteritly 'lOOO ad , 161 - .11 =Toon& or' the fhb,.
vninr ,onnteilaltett , . orlawlyki
IMPORTANT TO ° F11DD 1 14146104; : ;
lIEESEMAN - 'B' 1?:1.14= 4: 8'
Ni tStired by Cornelius L. Cheeean, 14.
• t • .
NEW Y:' -`
rriti E combination of ingredienta•tn tbeati
Pins are the re-ultof a loogottldsitenalvet
Th , y are mild to their operation, and certhiti is omootidg
all irregolaritlea, Painful Meoetruatiotut remotrin& &Web
struntluns, w,hether from cold. or, oth4witte,•hoatisittitii, - ,
pain In the ekle palpttatbm at the heart, White*, all oar
voue sir CUODS, hysterica r ladrite, ode is thikbaok ea,a
&c., disturbed sleep, ivld9h aratai. from Isterrup
Lion of nature.
O. MARRIED I.4olike,
Dr. ebeeseman's Pills are invaluabie r as.they will btlog
on the monthly period with regularity. tadieA who have
beau dtaapuci rated in the use of other-Mc PIP-Mime the
utmost coniLleuee in Dr. ()houseman's Pills doing all that
they represent to'do.
There is one Cwidition of the female systole in which the
Pals cannot be taken without
,producmg a PROD' LTA It
RESULT. The condition refervid tais:P.l2/16 1 194NC1--1
the result MISCARRIAGE. Such is the irresiddichin•
deny of the Mobridne W resiore , lhaseansal lo et,
normal con4iion, that even the reprodmedine )/aaask orniot
tare cannot itsist it.
Warrantee purely vegetable, and Trott-from anytblM
injurious. hxptidt direetkins, irbidh'taided Ve"road 90-
corm any onatt , ban: .Frico ; sl., Pant by , mull on.419.0101k•
log $1 tO Dn. Coluesitus L. Cummunati, 4,681, Poet
Otllmi,New York City. •
hold by ono Druggispdpvtry - Mwo lathe United 1.11119 1 .,
'..9TEL - 1111113111$(08,J •,:j
General Agent, for She United St4l4s.
14: Broadway, Nevi , ltbrk;
To whom all wholesale ordettl3ll9,ll*."-•
Sold in Tlarrlsborg uy C. A. 13Aul l urr. - '
HAIR DYE 1 IiAIR, DYE 11
Wm. A. Batchelor's Hair Bye 1
The only Hexmlemli.nd lkilinble Dye Miovnx
All others are mere imitations; and , Should 'be avoided
Ryon wish to etcepo ri 'joule.
GREY, RED OR FUSTY ELAIR dyed'lnstantly to a
beautiful and natur.Ll Brown or Black, Without the least
injury to 'flair or Skin.• , r. , :
ply EEG. t. (LS A:YD fitt s f.ol(AS - tiave - beet -aWitr
tied to Wat: A. BATOSELOR Awe 18,9, and over 208,000
applications have been made ,t 2 the hair r aj tee, patron/.
of his famous Gyo.
W. A. BATCHELOR'S RAM DYE produoes , a color
not to be distiptutatortfroß nature and is wavaittun
not to injure in the bottre:Ver 1098 it tnlY
ued, and Gm ill . ffeue ite4l.l.lreu renWiip_d•
fe Invigorated for life by tits sPlondld BYO. whfeb ie fop`'
erly nppllud ut No. 16 Mond Street,Norjf.Q4.
soul in all the cites and towns 01 , 15 e-united Inaba; bi
Drngeient arid Fain7.Givds Dealore:l
The Genuine - hie- dame .tvellliana 'A: Etitchefor, ),
and address upon a steel plate engr0x,46.90.. the,. reef
Ades of each box.
Wpolasttle,Factory, 81 Barclay St.,
Lite W3B Broralw4; - Ncyr York-.
SHIRTS 1 SHIRTS - 1
It SHIRTS , 1
THE CHEATEhT IN THE MARKET.
THE undersigned haying opened his
manufactory of Shirte Ac.,, at N 0.12 West Market
street, flarriebtirg '. s t ow, trbspett(eljy iieliette-they
patronage and attention' of the I.adies,-9enilemink
Merchants to the following assortment ,of goods , all of
which are our earn 'manufacture:. , .
Also the particular attentieef the. Lopes to our large
assortment of under garments 'eni. (from the latest Im
proved London and Yana stylus ,) LINEN COLLARS,
CUFFS, SaTTS. dic., in greaLvariotlesi- all a...which JAinit
our own matinufactore.weawill sell • cheaper than can be,
purehasedi elsewhere. 11 - . •
rersons,deslrOus of furnishing-their own Materials; can
have cutting, sewing Sic., of every variety done se soil
ing to order. All ache above named goods for (lents wear,
we.will make to-meaSitre,iguaranteclog to fit, and- give
entire satisfaction to tee purchaser for style, duiabillty
and m , Allapiatial orders 'will be promptly - at
tended to upon the shortest •notteeltud .most reasonable
terms. Also elerchiihht, supplied, epos , the, most
able term". • .- . ; ;;
P. G. LedieS wishing sidits or Under garinents Of any
inscription, Can baits them made to order,
sample of, stick lrlndi aslnity be desired.•
JAMM A. LYNN; ' ''''
No. 12, Market Street,'
au22-dent IHarrisburg, Pa.
Rooms next door to Hummel it Hlllinger's Grocery
DAVID ES, 110 MA R KET,: ST
HARKISBiJR(I, : . Agenl
• LILL/IRA'S • P.A.TEISTT .
Wrought and Ch iced Iriu t'Az, nd EMrglar ?rad
. . . .
Btriatiy. tbicON IfOraantilo , n3;40, that la both
To ant Burglar..P,roef. • •‘' t•( , . Inar2a4ly
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• ExisrAsl szniatis •
d Large and thoroughly complete albeit of
BIBLES. COMPRISMG, EVERY .VABlr,rx
From the; Smallest Pocket to the'laigeet StradMid 'fines
Has Past' been purchased 'arid recehrad from the Fall
Trade Sales. Having purchased them) at
''ILOW RATES,' •
tbei will be sold at a` very email advance:
Please cal I and examine the stock at
BREIGNkat'I3 CHEAP INIGEWORYI'
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- 61 ifaiket Street. '
EXECUTORS - NOTICE. ...,
brETTERS testamentary on the estate of
Eliiabeth,Thompsoty dee'd., late, et. the city . eg..
aetsbure, , Pieybeving. beep-granted-to the ondersigned,,,
residing there, all persorac.havinudemanda against 'gm
estate are , requested tn.avike known ; the , sante Pk *Re
without. delay, -!...• - ,i. -, , 1 , , . . i
DAVI!) M. ROBINSON, Exec utor.
sepia ' fv,
JOHN HINDBRENNH% at. aLI No. /7 7 •APPLTern , _
, vs. -
.1869 14 -OsuAtil uciAry
'TAVES COLDER, et. al inoß Pleaajn 45,04 !
NOTICE FOR ELECTION' OF ELDERS OR
TN pnronance of a decree. in equity,
said' Court by the Hon. John J. Pearson, .Preeddent
Judge la the ease same slated, an Alec on for four elders
or trustees of “Th(ta ,g,h,Cf-004-ataaresbAlkfav,;:r
be held at tb Bethel, or church building of Bald chur
on Fourth street, in thfs 'city, on Towidak the 29th day of
October next, Ebyq doluglia4e4 : peryktrk
~ , - -
And as prOtided bysabidecree, three members of the
oungregttlon, duly waled to vote according-0 the Pro•
'Melons of the Charter of said ehurehowill be selected
between; the &Jura of 9 o'clock, AL M., and 12 o'clock, M.
snid dayr whoare totold said-eleollons-foxehlera..
yhmeesj at the samenvhup; gn sbe.
e - honas of 12 o'clocr72l:, end gcPbtocsr,
' OmimPAAAU saltieCersiz. Tt'.l irt
a il lbu nrignir, 2 o4; VifMt.larrpt,- ;
PROOLA Mik ZION, *.
HERSAB, tlatr ' him J.
r.lvir!leoisim, President of the Court of Commou Pleas
In the Twelfth JudielatiMitriat, eonalatingef idiooountße
eal.Lebanon and Dauphin, and the Hon. A. 0. Hee...Tell
sod Hon. Faux NilitemiT, Associate Judges in Dauphin
ppg,,..hatring issued their precept, bearing date the
dhyl of September, 1861, to me directed , tor holding
a Court of Oyertalid Tentiner and Gentarni Jaii , Deli very
and Quarter Sessions of tile PeacekcPrishurg, rpr the
ceeut of Dauphin, and - isico,mni . , eloa iiiol,3ltD ,51.021-
,DAT. beitirtne'lliin DAT OF.NeVeAI PER,
. - and to continue two weeks . .
McGee is thereture hereby given to the Coroner, Jus-
Ammo! - tiro Peace Aldermen, and Constabtes of the said
county of Dauphin, that they be then and there In their
TirrOper persons, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of said day,
Willi 'their record°, inquisitions, examinations ' and their
,own.remempranoos, to do there things
oflico appertains tote' done, and those who are hound
ittretofigblainces to p riatecute against the prisoners hit
are or shot I be io.the Jail of °Dauphin county, be then
and there to Orosteute against them as shall be ju-t.
Given under my.oand, di Harrisburg, , the'rd day of
September, In they year'of 'am Lord, 1861, and in the
°jetty-fifth year'of the todependeido or the United Slays
3.. D. DOM, Sheriff.
Snatur*'s Oretes -
Harrisburg, October 12118614
PATENT • -
It dresses tie hairwitliOet, Ealing the Augers.
.1t effects a alviog of one-holK in „the use of liair proper
It does away with greasy hair-oil bottles. _ _
It is handsonliklizig&tOin. th eroftithlddhairthrash-v_
It regutateaktmultititar i ffalpid,nratlA-a
it is perfectiy miner, and,catimi tra"?* .
ores the hetet.
It carries eaungb of any preparation to last ter.tsvoy
siepr a long journey_
Ifsheloe Is modes* e,.and.it saves its own,cost in three
lleller's DIM& and Fealty Store, 91 Market
'Areal two doors oast of Fourth streerk, south side.,
• " "
STATE Btreet near:Third. street,a few
doors halo* Brady's Hotel; Hesitation.: A the
alwrllearas Ready* made Coffins always OD hand and
neatty Ipodslaked to order. Silver plates, &o. Terms rea
sonable,: . : ..EattOtiefilmq BARER.
PALM' AF. MATISESSES, •
• - 0011ON..Tor faArraEssiA,
CHAIR CUSHIONS •
• LOUNGES, , • -
OAMP Brats £46:, &c.,
ipiattuid and for 'ale at We very lowest.vetes tor milt.
Mattriesea and Spring tiottomt mute to order.
SOFAS, i ; • '--
.0 HAI R
Reraired an made equal to new,very.:revanna,bh, ultet
No. 109, id, et, street ; between. Fourth apt.Ftftll..b.V
oct9.2md - .J. T. NAWVII7,.. ,
Harrisburg Blind Manufastory.
SECOND STREET SELOW CII,O3TN UT.
ArENrfIAN 13LIND8 made to order, and
all repairing neatly and expeditiously. dono. Per.
4 . ans at a distant* tan nave their work dotte by addros
slog a letter to the undersigned Thankful fur past pat
ronage he hopes, by strict attention to butunthis, to.mertt
a continuance of the nine: ''.,(arflattnfikdtton guaranteed
both as to prices and work—SA •
ref IT M. GOOD .S
FOR THE :ARMY,
pods, 131astketsi Coats C aps,
Ntoth BideAtfiltr**Lust eyoloolsa . elikr' 'a Hotel
au g 21. d3to* '
GAT ' 4ILLIIIES I GILT FRAME'S I
OARYER ANI) 131.LDER,
Looking Glass .and Pl°tire
and Rosewood Noiddings &c,,,
.48 CEITENCIT MEET, NEAP.: SECOND.
French adcrevidi Fortratt
Frames of every description. 8 ..
OLD FRAMES lt.eidAlLT TO. NEW.
1 7 - .41).N INVEN. A SNTDER,
Design' era and Enteraveig: on Wood
E. CISEe -I:IHESTITUT STK;
•' • '
`kfticia of Wood Engraving
designs fui:oisliagjor ,F*43: IiOQ/1 nll/443 UM& W
,Wlshirik'ogts;ty ..sep4ipg.a. ?holograph or pdgeeFreta
can have yip** ok Co 1140; Churobei Ftekts,
Machines, Stoirea, Patents,•ewrave, Wa On Oar
FalloY istvqol)ll,Aakbee , eaili
BUS*IIII4 ir Ip. f r
,Illekes!.ptyle"Mnd lbw pet°
For specimens of tine e4gravlng, gee the, illustrated
works ofd. B. Lippincott kr,o.; re'putV.•4o.l4
:PROF. A:04)14?-llitif• ivigstit.„
,tITOPLD re firA fro hits Ola
T patrons and th
oontinue to give hastractioug3m_ E2.4)411,5Y E,.:111-
14/D1143N VIOLIN sod also inlistegme
BASS. He will wlb pleasurociiiroid• phirils* their
homes at any hour -desired, or lessees will :begivens,
his .residencuiiin .Thh:it ..few_doors.-..below
Gerin.a4 itetormed-Cburch. ..; 00164 1 kt
, O. F. M U la El
TRAVELING AGENT 'OF
OLD -wALLipWER • . LINE.
yms! Old) , TRANSPORTAIYION LINE
' .. liittifriev6psfuybporatigii piepared carry
'eight as LOW as any other indtvianal • line between
Philadelphia; Harrieberg,i3obburt l*ariabltrg,
port; lersey Shore, reick-rifairen,- and fill points an 'the
pbla pis and .Iytiliapael
:port and hours Railroad&
WM] Agent. at Harrisburg,
D. A. AILIENCEL
Good seat to PUCOCK, ZELL &lIINCHMAR,Voir. 808
And 810 Market atreet, above Eighth, by 4 o'clock, P. 11;,
will arrive at Ifarriaburg , , ready for dellvery, the next
.app. i , Traveling Agent.
-A COM.FORTABLE DWELLING HOUSE,
n .ll mar the r d . A1t546.gat4 1 9 1 044* 131 .
as Illaj" be desired. Posseselm Toruwitb.
, • Harrisburg, October stb, 1881.—Imd
rEIHE, ISEWORIBAR hi* reitoved_ his
.4., , PixtmenvitlNVl3leAss rourrcißvirromi•markei
11/09(430 Yourth.st,rgik . übove ;trip); p Ppcsite 1 4 4 a: Beth e
church, Thaitifilf far pcie pith:maps, he Wilkie, by stile
attention Ito , h4g4 1 1.54 1 4,4. 1 . 11 ierka oolghluitnek of..tlt.
undlitWhOd W IC L IASHIEL .
IHANQE FQR. A BARGAIN.
lose lip the , doncern • the- entire
man, dation:lief/On the rooms firth° Market square , will.
be, sold at private OP.liilikal(MikaigiV•;*Vell will be
Aztal hithe purchaser if desired. The terms *al
,roade Jen- dtf BOAS 'Agent.
'ltittr i tiiiir or
sooplinfe* , 4nastrutaa i-BACE.A
•mumya amber)o n4lai 404
' ara ,l e
...' , 4I4RIFBEWVINESER•BOOPMIXIREthf..;.
7-3g-15 r..-a05717;4:1 Irart=he:i
A. R. SHAAP
NEW NATIONAL LOAN.
Sayan" and Three-ths Per Cent.
NOW READY FOR DEF,IVERY AT TTID OffriCE
JAY COOKE & CO.,
'No. 114 South Third Street,
PUrSll:O.li. 0 illbttULAlollo train the ; :„,,,t iiry t h„
Treasury, t h e Sub.w.ription 4 4, 0 EW NA f I
LO3\ of TrO3RUCY : otrs, r l / 2 ejlthlig, inter za at t h e rate at
stmert . ,mt tia - ed•tantlis-ber Oent loer ;Inman, alll r , attle
open at my otn.lo, • .
No. 114 S .Ta 1.8.1) STREET.
until further notice. from S ;t: M. tilt 5 P 31.,m at ou
Mondays WI s 'a
These not s a the dor:Orion-lOn of
D°Lb.ftt4 . (I N tS , • n I tOL A IV% PI V r te, tI N
FRED - DC/O,AM, NE TISMUSAND atO
'FIVE 111 0,11. A and are ail dated 19th el
Augu,t, 'MI 1, payab., gum iu three years, ur cell.
vertible into a lwetrty 3 e,rs' per e.eut. loah,•at the
option of t h e 1141 i, fa , 11 Tr-..aaa , y • cat• has 111 b rat
coupons ttachetl, which om he met nil and oolleeie l t
gob at the Mint I very nth- arid at the rate I
cent Per day on ea, Cary dollars,
Pop:atolls 01 .I.ll , •EeTtlica, 1 , may be nr.te lit (10i , 1 or
!woks, Or s- La -, of any or th Phil &Into. -
'PAlttlitS At A Irle'T tin rervit by .Mar frattitift.,
tlimogit the mail, or b> expr,..sa, or throri,,b ilaukc ' 1
the rretsury Note: , 'ori 1 orr I :rur.,rr,rtely 4eliveret. itt
sent toe •Ch Flubscril),.. lily mn: .E.v. rat% di-.m,
Parties retnittin; must ado the hitera,t from Itt.it
Aught, the date of oh the noses, ti th .la 3 the remit,
tenni reaches lithrtielphia, at the rate . e n`ehr (I,k .
day. en each tifty anliara;
Aptly to "r tt, , dreas •
3&Y coolim; SI:1110.1141.Pf MN AGVNT,
Owe of lAY 000(E SI, Co ,
003-alto No 1.14'3612th 'Nord Street, t•hi,vieiptier
W P. 0F F 111 li T
10 beautiful A) leg, satmlantially lily
A SpleOdsd'A3ortslloLll or
f3kNTLEMEN': , W.4,1.1.8T$
A Now and Rlegnnl Perfume.
KNIGB I PS a Er,
Pnt up in Cut Glass Fugravod Bolt lea.
Colipttle Avit,tirnont of • '
A very Llrorlsoigke Variety or .
POWDIgit PUFF , XES,
fiKLISR'zi Ditt7o STORE.
91 M sure[.
ST. NICHOLAS HOTEL
BROADWAY, NEW YORK
Board Reduced to $2 per Da
INCE the opening of this vast awl Corn
mortloopi:lrotel, to 1854, it has ho u, the p.nglo en
deavor. of the prop' ietors to Ina-, it the most eell.aptitott3,
nonventent and - hornfortable horn, fortho cit:zeu mud
atrauger op 'hie slue the Atutouc.
- And w_hnte,ver •z
baseemvo hasty ,to administer o the
,comfort of Me gunets thciy , d , avor. d, with Jut re
gard to cost, to provide, and to combin2 the elen4dAs
,oftnitiahloal and social .eopytteut which terhierti art
haslnvented, and modern tas , e oproved ; and the put
cottage winch khan cOtuuntuded dming thdp4bt als years
tea grattfyini proof that their 'elf n't,,e have tn en ippre
To meet the exigencies or ;he time=, wenn All are re
qu re' u i.rd,ot,c. the et.st. H 40,1 eeteerty, the and
Have Reduced the . erlce of Re to
Two Dollars spar Day ,
at Lho swito abating woke of wmol•
their labia has loth.e , r , o own. ekti , p t•
E , rulNici &Co,
New York, Sent' 1.
INSURANCE AGg' Noy.
SAFETY INSURANCE - COVIPANY.
CAPITAL AND AeSETS
COMPANY OF NORTH MERiIIA.
OF PHILADELPHIA. ' •
CAPITAL AND ASSETS.... $1,2 1 9,475 .
HE undersigned, as Agent for the
" IL known Companies, will make iLgur..;.ee
ofialust loss or damage by fire, either Iwrnentally or an-.
nnally, on properly In either town or ' , country.
Marine and Inland Trail:port:it:on Auks also ta.en.
:Apply personally or by letter to
TAME NOTICE! H
riniAT We have recently added to our al
cafijr full stocll.,
LA it ANA NA.
FOR TIM FIANDRERCIOU :
TUF.i,ISEL ES ENCE,
MYER OF MOS'z,
LUBIN'S ESSI , Ne.F. ROUQUW.P.
*Eli *ILE nAitt
• AvvitTbit aNFI 9.01.vr
FOR VIM COMPLEXION :. ; • ,
..T414,C VP V .
ROSE LEAF I'OW.C;ER;
NEW MoWN RAY POWI.ER,
• BLANC.; DE PKFtI,FE4
• MAW MOWN HAY,
Baying the largest stock and bast assortment of Toilet
Articles, we tancy:th , t. are better able than mil' com
petitors to get up. a complete Toilet Sot at any pr Me- •
sired. CAI and see.
Always be band, a FaESI3' Szack u naucs; MEM.
%NEI, C'EIEMICALS, mnoegneut of our receiving'
Itinkoet daily, additions thereto.
KISLI.I,;R'S AND FANCY STORE,
91 Market Street, two doors East of Fourth Street,
' South A 166.
.-- SOEtEFFE ti,'B BOOK STO kt.R.l-
(Near the Harrisburg *ifie.)' -
JUST : REC6PVED irom the
$l • 2 • 4iits a: imul LIBG vogidf9tplAt., , t? trii:
Eioxii, whte We" will 40,11' tit, $1.251* ream."
.. MOll . per ream for NOTE. PA Plitt, deoor,ttott with
het-latrit [MI& very - • batiaßotou emblem Hod warlock ,
$1:50 fiii fob(' Vrarr.- - 1;;M:orks; with oaati.i•„..iyi
patriotio=etiablhms; printed' in two colors. . ' .
PleaßG give Gs H. call. .. FR B , i, Y. SCLiII:FPF:R,
Select Sol - 4polgt for Boys and Gir ls
FRONT STREET ABOVE LOCIIST;-
Fiaie:rm of 11.0BEg TSl'.nw . 44 „ B
.s o t ioo l; f or beys,.w, Open 'on the flitt - NeralAy iu
September , 113, , recant( well ventilated, egonifortably ,
'furnished, and la every respect adapnic for Ballot par-
CATHARINE ELVER School for gir locate n
the same building, will open for thelnd iertirat the setae
ti m e. The room ha, been elegantly fitted
_up to promote healthand collPPrt 9r. echobtMc.
utINETOILETt' Pa,POMADES, HAIR
POWDERS; - COLOGMRS and EXTRACT 3 of
many styles, prices and. Arlanaf.espr es a t fißL lA lio s
DRUG AND FANtly
CIDER 11 'VINEGAR 1! 1
IVArAIIE from choice and selected Apples,
gunnteed by us le be strictly pure
.124- wtt. NICK & CO. -
I luvail.rx 1' 13.A.E.Finl.b. --- Two - Hundred
:: , ,L, t , ii lizmpty Flop:,lvor ood Wino. Barrels of 0.1146.
,oripir aim Odom Ili a \ ' l '-''
. s , iA9B,z-. ~ 4 :--. ~;- ,:.. , e , WM * 1034 X • Il ut li ° W
1.1-14 - 4 1 - ..•
, h-,r4rltil 1
A. New Lot of
or mil bPit, Mattufictufe