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PROPOSALS FOR STATIONARY.
OUSE Or REPRESENTATIVES UNITED STATES,
CLEM'S OFFICE, Sept. 30, 1861.
IN PURSUANCE of the seventeenth section
of the act of Congress of August 26, 1842, en
titled "An Act legalizing and making appro
priations for such necessary objects as have been
usually included in the general appropriation
bills without authority of law, and to fix and
provide for certain incidental expenses of the
Departments and Offices of Government, and
for other purposes," sealed proposals will be re
ceived at this Office until FRIDAY, the 25th
day of October next, at 12 o'.clock M., for fur
nishing the following articles of Stationary for
the use of the House of Representatives of the
United States, viz :
CLASS No. 1.
75 reams white cap paper, extra superfine, feint
10 reams blue cap paper, extra superfine, feint
60 reams white cap paper, extra superfine,
25 reams white flat paper, extra superfine.
160 reams white quarto post, extra superfine,
feint lined, gilt.
25 reams blue quarto poet, extra superfine,
feint lined, gilt.
50 reams white quarto post, extra superfine,
10 reams blue quarto post, extra superfine,
plain gilt. •
26 reams white quarto post, large size, extra
thin, feint lined.
10 reams white quarto post, large size, extra
60 reams white laid Bath post, extra superfine,
feint lined, gilt.
10 reams white laid Bath post, extra superfine,
50 reams white note, extra superfine, large size,
feint lined, gilt.
50 reams buff note, extra superfine, large size,
feint lined, gilt.
26 reams damask note, extra superfine, large
• size, feint lined, gilt.
25 reams white note, extra superfine, large
size, plain gilt.
75 reams white note, extra superfine, small
size, feint lined, gilt.
26 reams white note, extra superfine, small
size, plain gilt.
25 reams white note, extra thin, No. 6, feint
10 reams white note, extra thin, No. 6, plain
reams white note, extra thin, No. 8, plain,
10 reams white note, extra thin, No. 8, feint
50 reams Jesup & Bros. extra superfine white
wove post, feint lined, (wide ruled.)
CUSS No. 2—. Envelopes.
60,000 white thick adhesive envelopes, 6* by
60,000 white thick adhesive envelopes, 51 by
40,000 butt thick adhesive envelopes, 51 by
90,000 white thick adhesive envelopes, ti by
10,000 wince thick adhesive envelopes, 51- by
25,000 white thick adhesive envelopes, 51 by
1,000,000 bud thick envelopes, 61 by si inches.
100,000 buff thick adhesive envelopes, 71 by
CLANS No. 3.
200 gross best 'metallic pens, in boxes.
26 gross Perry's douule patent large blue bar
rel pens, fine points, in dozen boxes.
26 dozen bla ck swan quill pens.
16 gross penholders, assorted styles.
2 gross out and pressed glass inkstands, as
sorted sizes and styles.
CrAKS No. 4.—Afiscellaneaus.
6 dozen pearl-handle pocket-knives, four
8 dozen shell-handle pocket-knives, four
10 dozen pearl and shell-handle pocket knives,
1 dozen office shears, 11 Inches.
1 dozen office shears, 9 inches.
4 dozen scissors, 4 inches.
10 dozen color pencils, large and small.
60 pounds sealing wax, best quality.
200 spools red tape.
5 dozen letter clips, gilt and broze.
2 dozen letter tiles. •
15 pounds India rubber, medium sized pieces.
4 dozen bottles pounce.
6 dozen short rubber pencils.
4 dozen portfolios, different styles.
CLASS No. 6.
160 roam brown Idealist enveloping paper,
very tough, with smooth surface, 27 by
87 inches, to weigh not leas than 42
pounds per ream.
600 reams brown Manilla enveloping paper,
very tough, with smooth surface, 20 by
26 inches, to weigh nut less than 26
pounds per ream.
800 reams same as above, 19 by 24 inches, to
weigh not less than 22 pounds per ream.
Proposals for the above must state the price
per ream for paper, and price per thousand for
envelopes; and be accompanied by the names of
the sureties intended to be offered.
By the Act approved June 17, 1844, the Clerk
of the Rouse of Representatives is "directed to
confine his purchases exclusively to articles the
growth and manufacture of the United States,
provided the same can be procured of such
growth and manufacture, of suitable quality
and at reasonable prices, upon as good terms, as
to quality and price, as can be obtained of for
eign growth and manufacture." A preference
will therefore be given to the productions of
A mer i can industry ; and all persons making
proposals to supply any article, will state
whether the same is the growth and manufac
ture of the• United States.
The articles are to be delivered, free of any
charge for carriage, at the office of the Clerk of
the Reuse of Representatives, on or before the
twentieth day of November neat.
Each bidder, though he may desire to propose
for the whole of the articles above enumerated,
will be required to make a separate and ckstinct
proposal for each days; and no proposal or paper
embracing more than a single class will be con
sidered. Each proposal to be endorsed, "Pro
posals for Chub No. —, of Stationary for House
of Representatives of the United States," and
addressed to the undersigned. They will be
free of postage.
Sufficient specimens of each class must ac
company the proposals, marked with the names
of the bidder and the number of the class, ac
cording to the above advertisement.
The person offering to furnish any description
of articles at the lowest price, quality consider
ed, shall receive a contract , for the same on ex
ecuting a bond with two or more sureties, satis
factory to the Clerk of the House of Represen
tatives, for the performance of the same, under
a forfeiture of twice the contract price in the
case of failure ; which bond must be filed in
the once of the said clerk within ten days af
ter the proposals have been opened and the re
sepBo-w4t Clerk R. R. IL S.
STONE FOR SALE.
BeILDING STONE or Stone &Mated
for torapitiog purpow wi: , toe delivered to say
par °Ube ally or Ito rtoloity. Apply to
wiar9ll wl4. COMM, Jr.
AUGUSTINE L. CHAYNE.
CARPENTER AND BUILDER.
Ruidesse Ypa II North &mod bit.
N. B—JOBBING AIMED= TO
FOR PURIFYING THE BLOOD.
gND for the speedy. cure of the sub
joined varieties or Disease :
Scrofula and Scrofulous Affection such
as Tumors, Ulcers, Sores, Eruptions,
Voyles, Pustule!, Blotches, Boils,
Blaine, and all blur' Diseases.
OAKLAND, Ind., 6th June,lBs9.
J. C. AYES & Co., Gents I feel it my duty to ackeowi.
3dge what your Sarsaparilla has done for me. Having
in herited a Screfabus inhale°, I have suffered from it
in various ways for years. Sometimes it burst out in
Ulcers on my hands and arms ; sometimes turned in
ward and distressed me at the stomach. Two years ago
it broke out on my head and covered my scalp and ears
with one sore which was painful and loathsome beyond
description. t tried many medicines and several physi
cians, but without much relief from any thing. In fact,
the disorder grew worse. At length I was rejoiced to
read in the Gospel Messenger that you bad prepared an
alternative (Sarsaparilla ' ) for I knew from your rep
utation that any ming yon made must be good. I sent
to Cincinnati and got it and used it till it cured me. I
took It, as you advise, in email doses of a teaspoonful
over a month, and used almost three bottles. New and
healthy skn wen began to form under the Web, which
after a while fell off my skin is now clear, and I know by
my feelings that the disease has gone from my system.
You c well believe that I feel what lam saying when
I tell you, that I hold yen to be one or the al °sties Of the
age, and remain ever gratefully. Yours,
ALFRED B. TALLkY.
St. Anthony's Fire, Rose or Erysipelas,
Tettm and Salt Rheum, Scald Head
Ringworm, Bore Eyes, Dropsy
Dr. itooert li.Preble writes irom Went, N. r., 12th
tiep., 1859, that he blll3 cured an inveterate case of Drop
sy, which threatened to terminate Satallyi by the pores-
Tyring use of our Sarsaixtr,lla, and also a dangerous at
.ach of Malignant Erysipelas by large doses of the same;
says he cures the common Eruptions by it constantly.
Bronchocele, Goitre or Swelled Neck.
Zebulon Sloan of Prospest, TeXASi writes : "Three bOtl
des of your Sarsaparilla cured me from a Gernut—a hid
eous swelling on the neck, which I had suffered from
over two years,"
Leneorrhces or Whitsarthwie.n Tumor,
Uterine Uleeration;ieniale Diseases.
Dr. .1. B. S. Charming, of New York City, writes ;
most cheerfully comply with the respect of your agent
in saying I have found your earsaparWa a mo it:excellent
alternative in the numerous complaints for which we em
ploy aeon a remedy, but especially In Female Diseases of
the Scrofulous diathesis. 1 h..ve cured many inveterate
cases of Leucerrhos.l by ii, and tainfo:where the -coin--•
plaint was canoed by lamb:Won of the uterus. The' dld 4
ceratlon itself was soon cured. Nothing within iny,
knowledge equals it f :r these female derangements ."
Edward S. Marrow ,of Newbury, Ala., writes, dith- •
gerous ovarian tumor on one of thetemales in my lamity;i.
watch had dotted all the remedies we could employ o 'haa
at length bean completely cured by your &tract . d ar
saparlda. User physician thought nothing hitt' extirpa
tion could afford relief, bat he advised the `trial or your
Sarsaparilla as the last resort before ceiling, and it
proved elfictual. after taking your remedy etgnt weeks
no symptom of the chemise remains."
Syphilis and Mercurial Disease.
NEW OBlASus j 26th August, 1E,069:
Dr. J. C. AYES : dir, I cheerfully comply with -the re
quest of your agent, and report to you some Of the effects
I have reamed who your sarsaparilla.
I have cared with it, In my practice, most of the coin
plaints for which it le recommedded, and have found its
Sects truly wonderful In the our. of- Fenerai and Ker.,
curial Dis' ems. tine of my patlente bad Syphilitic Weems:
di his throat, which were cousamiag 1118 palate and the
top of his mount. Your Sarsaparill% des 'illy taken,
cared him In five week. Another was attacked by sec
ondary symptoms in Ms nose, and the ulceration had eat
en away a considerable part of it, so that f believe the
disorder would soon reach his brain and kill hlm. But It
yielded to my administration of your Sarsaparilla : the
ulcers healed, and hole well again, not of course without
some dialiguration to his face. A woman who had been
treated ior the same ulaorder by mercury was aufferiug
irom this poison in her hones. They had become so
sensitive to the weather that on a damp day she suffered
excruciating ~sin la her jointa and bones. She, too, was
cared entirely by ymir Sarsaparilla, in a tow wanks.= I
know from Its formula, Which you agetie.gave ma,lhat
this Preparation from your laboratory must be a great
remedy ; consequently, these truly remarkable results -
with it have not surprised me,
1 .4. 14 A1ut, ift ii
Rheumatism, Gout, Liver. Uoinplailit:;
DffrarAknimran, Praetor' Co., Tit.,aitt July, 185 P.
J. C. AIHa: Sir, I haim hien wlth.a fail:k-
W chronic Rheumatism for a long time, which baffled
the skill of pnystclans, and stunk to me in spite of *lithe
remedies 1 could Lin , until I tried your Sarsaparilla.—
One bottle cared me in two Weeks, and restored my gen
eral health so much that I am far °otter than bolero -I
was attacked. I think it a wonderfnl medicine.
Jules Y. Getchell, of St. Louis. writes : "I have been
afflicted for years with an affection of the Liver, which
destroyed my health. I tried every thing, and every
thing tidied to relieve me ; and I have been a broken
down man for 80¢e years from no ther cause than de.
?momenta the Liwrr. l y beloved vault*, the Rov.,l&j .
lispy, advised me to try your Sarkaparrllia;beeause ..11e
said knew you and anything you made was worth
trying. By the blessing or God tit naa oared:me. , -I feelf
young agate. The beat that can be said of you is not
half good enOlign.”
Bohirrus, Cancer Tumors, Enhugement;
Illoeration; Caries and Exfoliation of
A great variety of asset, have been reported to uS
where cures of these formidable complaints have result
form the use of this remedy, but one space bore will not
admit them. Some of them may be found in our Amer ,
can Almanac, which the agents below named are pleased
to furnssa grails to all who call for them: . ,
Dyspepsia, Heart Disease, Fits,; Epilep•
sy, 'Melancholy, Nannies,
Many remarkable our of these affections have been
made uy the alternative power of this medicine. It stim
ulates the vital functions into vigorous action, and thus
overcomes disorders which would be supposed beyond
It reach. Such a remedy has been required by the ne
cessities of the people, and we are confident that this will
do for them all that medicine use do.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
FOR THAI RAPED CURB ON
Coughs, Colds, Influenza, Hoaxseneps,
Croup, Bronchitis, incipient Con
sumption, and for the Belief
of Onsumptive Patients
in advanced stages
of the Disease
This lea remedy so universally known to Bur pass any
other for the care of throat and lung complaints,.that It is
useless here to publish the evident* of its virtues. Its
unrivalled excellence for coughs and colds, and-its truly
wenderlui cures of pulmonary disease, have made It
known throughout the civilized nations of the earth.—
Few are the communities, or- even Gimillesounong them
who have not some personal experience 'of its' effeets.—
some living trophyln their mind of lte'vlotery omthe
subtle and dangerous diaordis& of the itntarand lungs.
AB all know the dreadful fatality of :these disci:dent; and
as they know, too, th e erects of this remedy, we need not
do more than to assure them that it has now all the 'Or:
Cues that it did have when making the cures-which have
won so strpsgly upon the confidence of mankind.
Prepared by Dr. J. O. AYBE &
Sold by C. A. Batinvart, O. K. Keller, D. W. Grosz &
Co., J. IL Lutz, & Co., ',matrons Hartiiburg tuid deal
ers every *here.
IMPORTED BOLOGNA SAIISAGB.
very rare lotinsi, received and for.rtale'ey . -i
d . 6 WM. DOCK JR, ik n
A VERY HEAVY SPOOR OF
BLACK AND SECOND
MOURNING DRESS GOODS :.f
OF VTNRY DESORIPTION JUST OPENED.
At PrieA. 7 )ekhe the Cost of importation.
CALL AT -
mu g Next door to the Harrishwl Bank• •
HARRISBURG and PHIII.A I TEWHIC
Bwk, 4904'.812 .1440: sin 4,
fouNit Likatital 4r 0 14 -
penult Conductor in c 6,,,,0f„ wil
• , Qom conricocactiwilr
P al 4% otalook r.-.lliiiiwlll be Ulvered Hares
Duvall sinning. J. WALLOWA JE, Usit.
0pg441 011os Fliadbig DepAcamMurg.
SOMETHING FOR THE TINES! `1
G.: A NECESSITY IN EVERY HOUSEHOLD
JOHNS, & CROSLBY'S
American Cement Glue
TNE STRONGEST GLUE IN THE WORLD
THE CHEAPEST GLUE IN THE WORLD.
TfiE m'osr DURABLE GLUE THE WORLD.
THE ONLY RELIABLE GLUE IN THE WORLD.
THE BEET GLUE IN THE WORLD.
AMERICAN CEMENT. GLUE
In the only erlicle of the kind ever produced which
WILL WITHSTAND WATER.
IT WILL MEND WOOD,
Save your broken Furniture.
IT WILL MEND LEATHER,
Mend your Harness, Straps, Belts, Boots, &c
IT WILL MEND GLASS,
.; Sive the pieces of that expeasive Oat Glass Bottle
Don't iiirair away that broken Ivory Pan, It Is easily re•
IT WILL MEND CHINA,
Your broken., China Cups and Saucers can be made cc
good as new. - _
IT WILL MEND MARBLE,
That piece knockedl out of your Marble Mantle can be
put on. as strong as ever. "
WILL AfFIND TOACELAIN,
No rustier if that broken ilieher did not scat but a shit.
Ilrig a stilling saved is a shilling earned.
IT WILL MEND ALABASTER, .
That costly Alabaster' Vase' is broken and you can't
match it, mend it, It will never show when pat together.
It .will Mend Bone, Coral, Lava, and in
fact' everything but Metals.
Ally article Cemented with AMERICAN CRMENT
will notahow where It is mended.
“Every Housekeepers should have a supply or Johns
& erneley's American Cement Glue."—tf. Y. Thom
.'lt is so 'convenient to have in tae bouse. l, —Ar. r.
4Otalways ready; this .00mmends. Use* to every. ,
“We have tried il l and find it as useful in our homes as
mater."—Wuke Rptritlf the Timm -
$lO,OO per t year saved In every family'by One Bottle
AMERICAN CEMENT GLUE.
Price 26 Cantiper Bottle.
Price 25 Cents per Bottle.
Price 25 Cents per Boitle.
Price 26 CentiS perßolite: - -
" Price 26 Cents per &idle.
Pride 2,6 Cents per Bottle.
Lewd. lieductims to' , Wholesale Buyers:
•irpor,7lO by all Druggists, and Storekeepers general
ly throughout the country.
ITOgNS 4tc PROSL.EY,
- 178 WILLIAM STREET,
Corner of Molly strest. NEW YORK.
Laportant to HOllBB Owners.
Important to Railders.
Impprtant to Rail Road Companies .
Rli all whom this may' concern, and it effleerns every
JOMYIS a CROSL'EY'S
IMPROVE) GOTTA PEROHA
OEME , NTI - ROOFING
The Cheapest and Anna durable Roofing in use.
IT IS 'TIRE AND WATER PROOF.
It can beapplied to saw and inn itoora'of all kinds,
steep or flit, and to Saudis Rooms without
' 3/I , J ; „reniwing. "Ideas
`The Coals only, about One-Third that of Ma
;:AND IT to TWICE AS DURABLE.
_This artiele has bein tboronghly tested In New York
City and all other parts or the United States, Canada,
West, Indies' Central and South Amelia', on buildings of
all kinds, such as FACIZORIM, FOUNDRIDS, OEIOIIOIIIII4 RAM
ROAD DIDOID, Casa, and on Pow° licrusanaa generally
GOVCRIOURIT Bwotvaa, Ac., by the principal Builders,
dreniteets ind others, during the past four years, and
has proved to be the
,CHEAPEST and MOST MIRA=
ROOFING in use; it , is In every respect A PIER, WAIER,
WRATHER and TINS. PROOF corning for ROOFS OF .
• Thicis the ONLYmaterial manuraoiured in the United .
SMiteintiloh combines the very desirable properties of
/iZastieity end DetrabiliV, Which are universally aolulow
hedged to be pheseined by GUIRA PZROILI AND
NO Heat is required in _ making application.
The expense or applying it is trifling, as an ordinary roof
can be covered and finished the same day.
It oanbe applied by any one,
and when dratted Okras a perfectly Fine PROOF surface
with an elastics body, which cannot be Colored by HILAT,
blip or &Waft, eamanwict or ROOF BOARDS, nor any ex
ternal &alba whatever:
GIITTA PERCH& CEMENT,
ForOoating Metals of all Kinds when exposed
toi the Action of the Weather, and
FOR PREEXISTING AND REPEARING METAL
• ROOFS OF ALL KINDS.
This Is the only Composition known which will success
fully resit extreme changes of all climates, for any
length Of time, when applied to metals, to which it ad
heres firmly, terming a body equal to coats of ordinary
paint, costs =mitten. and w1112,40.1'T.W1111C Tuns
LOW* ; sud from its slaskteity,b3 not injured by thei"
ountrent4on and expansion of Ti t and other itetalginifs;
.s e quest upon sudden chaoges of the weather.
L agialiot CRACK IN COL D NIN WARM
WR1.2.13:11R, AND WILL 1 4 /02' WA RO FI.
Leaky Tin and other Metal Roofit can be readily repair -
ederith GUTTA 01011124 T, and prevented from
further oorroaton and leaking, thereby ensuring a per
fectly tight roof for many pure. .
This Cement is pncalladradapted for the preservation
of IRON RA JUNGS, STOVES, RANGES', RAF/Le, AGRI.
CULTURAL IMPLEMENTd, Atc., als o for general mum
fectur ere ase.
GtiTTA PERCHA CEMENT
For preen:n*lll4 and repthig Tin and other Metil.7toofe of
eV ery description, from Stelgreat elastioity, is no tßijared
bk . ' the 'contraction and expanaina of Metals, and will not
crack in cold or run-in warm Weather.,
These materials are sperm ro 'au cantstsk-and we
are prepared.to suplgy orders from anY bartoof the coun
try, at effort!notice, for GUM PFACHA. ROOFING in
rolls, mar prepared for use, and. OUTrA. MORA CE
-I,LaNT in:barrels, with till pentad dig :talons for appll.
•- - •
We will make • liberal • sad satisfactory, armagementa
with responsible parties who would like to establish them
in a luerative and'permaneat busineas.
We Dan give abundant proof of all We claim in favor
•Lof our i m p r o v id goofing having applied them to several
thousand Seca in New York City.and violnler. • •
;Owls & CROSLEy
.; SOLE MANUFACTiTEENS,
icholotalaWarehonse 78 William Et.,
Aki e ibt.Lib e rt i streer.. NEW IrCWJEC
Full descriptive thrombus' and Prior will be InEkdahadi
WfRAPPEI I IAIITEL
Nigw LOT, justri*AlivNir 44,16 i;es I
.11114. quality, at 0/THOARTltifiloorY'
• V tA - • : 14t , A t e, ,
ettegraph is: k Ob •
IT WILL MEND IVORY,
ECONOMY IS WEALTH.
_ - AGENTS WANTED
tints of &an Sik transportation
NRiii RIN LINII ROUTE.
TRIER TRAINS DAILY TO NRW TORT
TWO MAINE,DAILY TO .
WITHOUT OFILNOE OF CABS.,,
QN AND AFTER MONDAY, JUNE 10,
UM, the Passengar Train* will leave the Pbaadel
,una Reading Rafiread Depot, at , Harrisburg, for New
To& and Philidelphlaois MOW% 'Via
SZPRIS3 LINE leavra,Harrisburg at 9.80a.i6i dn 7er
mg of Pennsylvania. itatirriad 'Sprees Train erioni the
West, arrivingin New York ,4 p.. :A. sieeptatoisr
is &Winked to the tratu throagn from P.Hts Ourg without
TRAlNleaves Harrisburg at 8 a. m., arriving in
New York at 4p. m., and Philadelphia at 1.26 p. m.
PAST LINE learns Harrisburg at 2.'40 p. ta. •otrairrival
of Pennivivanta Bodiroad Bast Mail. nrriTilig
Tint at 9.46 p. m., and Philidelptila at 8.40 p.
PART LINE leaves New Tort at 8 a. 111.,
Ws at 8 a. a. arriving at liarrisbasi at 1 . p., nu. '
RAIL TRAIN loaves New York at 12.00 moo; and _Phil
adelphia at 3. 15 p. m., arriving at Harrisburg at . 8 p.m.
UPR& LINK` leaves New York at Bp. 112:
Ting at RarriabOrgat 280 a. as., and connecting with the
Pennsylvania express Train for Pittsburg A sleeping
car is also attached to 'tub train.
()omennon are made, at fisrrisbug, what trains on. the
Pennsylvania, Northern'Oentral and Ordnberkind Valley
Railroads, and at Reading for Phtlidelpide, Pottavll le,
Wilkesbarre, Allentown, `Osten, ho. , •
Benne checked through. Pare betwoon• ew York
and airtisburg, 26 00 ; between Harrisbort and. Phil*.
delphla, SS 25 In No. 1 ears, and $2 70 in No. 2.
for tickets or other inthronition ap ply
PENNSYLVANIA BAIL ROAD
FIVE TRAINS -, DAILY TQ AND
FROM PHILADELP i4IA
MONDAY, JIINIC 10the-1881,
num paseenet trains or toe Penni,keels Railroadpin
papy will depart From and arrive 14 ilerriebara ;44 . 1
Philadelphis. m . . -
ail IN A RD.
FAST LINE laws Harrisburg avert inornlng (except
litonday) ►t lab a., to., and arrives at
133301:1613 KXPR Xiang" leaves Harrisburg daily
at 0.911 a, m., and arrives at Weld Philadelphia at 1.10
MAIL TRAIN leaved isiiieburg daily (sE4I Sun
day) at 515 't. m. ; and arrives at West Philadelphia at
10.15 p. .m k = . .
These liaise make close connection at Phiadesptila with
he New York Linea. .
ACCOMMODATION No. 1, rte ;Mount Joy,
leaves Harrisburg at 7,00, ;Ind - 141711111 We al
rbilsalphia it 12.00 now,.
HARRISBURG AOCOIOIODATION „
bla, leaves Harrisburg at 1.10 and ant* a West
Philadelphia at 696 p •
AOOORRIOBATIOR r tiAIII;^Noijitit , 110tmt ;ley,
lessee Harrisburg at 5.16 p. oonneating at. Diller
villa with KAM ,TRAX, - Alig Nriree at West . Liladel ,
plata at 10.16 p. m.
W ES TWARD:'
TEIROUGH:2IPREEM TRAM leaves Philadelphia- at
10.20 p. m., ;Harrisburg at 2.4 a. m., Altoona . LAO, a.
m., and arrives at Pittsburut 12.00 noon.
HAIL TRAIN Rayne Philadelphia-at 1.30 a. m. , Harris
burg 100 p. m., Altoona, 6.50 P. M.; and arrives at Pitts-
FAST LINE haves Philadelphia at 11.20 a. m., Harris
burg 3.8 59. m., Altoona 8.10 p. ni., and wives at Pitt&
burg at 12,80 a. m. , •
HaRRISEILRG ACOOHHODATION TRAlNJesses Ptin.
delphia at 2.80. p.. m., laneaster NOS p. m , Columbia
6.4 a p. in., and arrives Midarrisbing at 8.06 p m. This
train connects at Harrisburg, at 8.06 p. m., with North
ern Central Railroad Train for Sunbury,_ Wihnmalkirit
Lock Have; Sarenton and alipointaXorth.
ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, leaves Pbliadel phis. at 4-00,
it;: M., Lancaster 7.60 p. m., Mount Joy 8.21 p. m. , Elias
'bethtown, 8.87 p. and -arrives 'at Harrisburg at
9.80 p. 01.
Attended la Caned l6 the Will that' Pulaltlierli . /Min
Philadelphia at 4.00 p. m, comma at Lancaster with
MOUNTJOT .60001010DATION TRAIN, and arrided at
Harrisburg at 9.80 p.
Sept. Bask ill y.
8 Penna. RailmmtL, ,
Harrisburg, June 7, 1861.—dtf
JOHN 13. findITECES
BOOT & SHOE STORE,
COMM SEOOND AND WALNUT STB.,
LWAYS on hand a large assortment of
AOll. BOOTS, SHWA GAITERS, dm., or the very beet
'nada fbr ladies, gentlemen, and children' wear.—
prim to snit the Nines. AU kinds of WORK MADE TO
ORDER In the best style , by superior workmen
REPAIRING done at short notice.
ootl6-dtf JOHN R. SKIMI, Herrkbarg.
B. M. GILDEA, D. D.. 8.
'STAGE S TREET,
OPF9BITE THE BRADY HOUSE.
tiona' Eargbd and MeajaWnd
nyrmaa 4 m
illindred Eligar .
tus 'awaiting's Pal ramind by tP54,6 *1
1 1 / 1 1ABOOK A
15(viRRAVzi , s
Liver Complaint, Fever and Ague, &c.
Tim mmetasial - introdnetloto imwl isse of this vela.
Crated Remedy bee been the signal for a literal Good
VI *appends called "Bitten," offered in various
time, from a quart bottle to a finical:ion keg, until
this word "Bitters' is but another name kw a grog,"
JP some TIII6OOOS whiskey mixture.
But the really groat relief derived from the minute
dose, one teaspoonful, of our medicine,
BEMHAVE'II BOLLARD BITEEII3,
and the eNtisro absoce of qfter prod:ran* mg eg ti k .
bitched brit is riamtatina which the &Mot Imltatkins
sod counterfeits have tidied' to undermine. It is posi
tively a vegetable preparation, with barely sufficient
pure spirits to preserve it.
But ow else of the Oudot), (Half-Plat Bottles,)
price ONX Domes.
It Is a medicine of long-tried efficacy lbrPerifSeep
the Reece, ad awned for the foundation of good
health and for correcting disorders of the stomach
Two or three de's* . will coeliac* the afflicted of It.
Watery effect* The stomach will ipeedlly regain its
4rength, a healthy action of the liar, bowels and
kidneys will soon take place, and renewed health be
the quick result. .
For INDWEEPTION. 'Rey ,
liteihave's Ileßawd Bitten.
For B'EBBTBI:72N. Try
• Berhave , s' Holland Bitters.
For ACIDITY, Tr‘.
Berhave's Holland Bitters.
For yirATEELBIZABB 4 Try
Berisaves Holland Bitters.
For HEADACIEBI, Try
Berhave's Holland - Bitters.
For'llol3B OF AFPBT.LTICI. Try
r ikerhave's Relied; Bitters.
Nor cosTrvilairESS ‘ Ter
Bierbaress , Bo!land Bitters.
Por 1 3 .11i1118, Try .
Berhare's Holland Bitters.
To ell Marinas; thebniittiornd Itearegic Ar
tions, It has to 1111111briNUI ineteeoee proved highly
benefidal, and in others effected decided cure.
The geredies highirconcentnded BaSILHAVVB
man Wertz' is put up in haltPlet bottles °WS, PM
retailed at One Dollar per bottle The great dtaintel
fbr this truly celetnated medicine has induced mat y
imitatexe; which the pubilo &Wald guard agaiust
fleuiarc'qf impose ion/ See that our muse is an the
Wel of ern, bottle you buy.
Ben i ]: Page Jr. &Co.
far Ws la the of Wareldt.ag ry D.l4k W.
JBWELBS, WATWIES, moon,
ALFRED F. ZIMMERMAN sk 001
EasedMARKET STREET, Harriiibllrg,
Pe., minks thowee lacnni, and adjoining the
tfoirn Milos perobseed th e stook of If. II
Minium Ind ded a taros assortment of NEW JIM
oda l.lllf, we wM WI the acme at the lowest cask pries t and
Watehma Oloolariba 'Jewelil neatly and promptly re
paired arid delivered.
Maytag disposed of my 'Wok of Jewelry to A. r. am
mermen a 00., t Oheerftilly honnnumd them to my for
mer customers, es preationl . experienoed Watch
Yates, and masa flar them a oontinuence of the patron
age wk had been so pmironsty °treaded to me daring
the last Six years.
mn.29 r. amities.
. (}EO; W
EO; W. S.:CiNS- graduate of'tho
Dunmore Wile 4e td DentrAurgery, having puma
neatly located in the city of Harrisburg' and UMW the
ofloe forkerly occupied by, Dr. Goma, on Third street,
became , Mirka. - stet Wilma, reeiy.soffelly Informs his .
Mends and the nubile to general * that he is prepered to
perform all voratlona in toe Dental profondon, either
turgid or meohatdoitt; in manner that hot be
by :operators in, Ibis or any other salty. His
of ineartmg irtillelel teeth le 'upon the tat* m
tirovedeolentifie principles. •'
"Verb, from one to a lull set„ mounted ma OXie gold, Ml
vat Plasbni plates or the Vulcanite Base. '
!take greet pleasure In rommmendlng the 'ewe gee:
unman to all my Air oter patlenti Harrisburg and ;
*Ay, end 'Ad confident that he will Radium ill. °peep.
Wight In ascientific manner, from my knowledge of his
aDBiV imyll-dtri 11. J il.11ORGAII; D D. B. •
.STAGE LINE FOB GETTIBBIERG
Ran ItEDUOED TO $1.25 THROUGH TO
Undersigned' has established
J regular LIMB OrEPAGE COACHES nom Mechanics
burgosmaseti_ ug every other morning with the Cumber
land Valley Railroad care. The coaches leave every
glory Punster Thursday and Saturday, returniogwvery
other 'day. humeri ,tor Shapperdwown, Moberg,
Petersburg Sad Gettysburg are carried at reduoed rates,
jell-dtr ; WM., J. TAM
NEW COAL OFFICE.
,IVFVUNDERSIONED having entered in• .'. to the COAL TRADE In this city, would respectfully
solicit the patronage of the Wilson. I will keep on hand
Oesi of all elseakfroin the moat celebrated and approved
mines, which,will be delivered to, any part or the city,
feao from dirt and " other finpurities. Pbra Wlfilial
Ormaannwen. Chas VOR aura sr am Bea: JAW) CAA
Goan ox tams ;oar. romps purchasing by the ' Boat
or Clue Load will'rdoeive 2,240 Pdunda to the Ton. '
01110 No. 24 glasisot, strest. , motend door from Dowber
ry alias r Yard on the Metal, toot Of !forth street. Or
dap tel tat dtbeir Wiese will reoolvdprompanstentlon.
andalo JONN W. RAUG, wrest.
SHAD No. 1
_SALMON, No. 1,
HERRING. No. 1,
cgp F .ISh No. 1,
kAIXEREL, No. 1.
of ,he above we have all the dlfierent shag Packages
ma the hr to the amiss= In dere la for sale at the
mut market raga, •
4016 , - wx. DOCK, & 00.
TEOMlOrnamestal liiteJaPanese Meta
I. THERMO d0:. , -do , lotiod do
DlsUUera Mt Case, .12 Ruth.
THIRMLOMIRS, .do Brass' Round Double BaIe. THERMOMETERS, Hotbn'Oase, 10.1 E %on.
THERMOMETERS, .Iteiallejrame, 8-10
THERMOMETERS, Black Walnut GUN 10 Inch.
THEItMOMETEES, One. T-8.10 inok..
We extrejust reoelsed a fine lot or THHIII(O3I3TY R
of various styles, and are Selling teem lout.
.E.ELLERP# WHIG SPORif,
ap 'Ol kirks: 'street.
HICKOAY", 1).4. 4ND MITE WOOD
GE/1 .2V 'Grisvz OR way rauvom raw=
• PO.ROZIAMIES. • •
Auto, mous P,OBIO.AND CHASINVI &ALES OM
42.30, IT** pD feIN"D IVA BVILDIPII
Intiniricif the subeorthef residopoe oitt ire Bid p
road, opposite the_ Good Will Endue Muse, or Wilt 6
Yard, corner opposite. dstreets, Watt Sari
Mears. - [my27-4g1.„ . , GB. OGLE.
SIGN OF THE
Glorious Star 'BoazAid Banner I
A xonitietatriift tar ATLI PAPER,
joi. Ectßißmis, in.; Bp 1 winow minim so
mucky& all lip s , of ,_ . Aliglerowcoorf IR,
lavitAlbero to exaarthier our and WWI;
Wo sr" detaiallerFfs=krlitatl vac at i m
Alai 1 13
NM th. magoeberg Mar!
"They go right to th____„,,,mou
INSTANT RILLIF STOPYOURicouGg
PURIFY YOUR Batumi
sTaINGTENN YOUR VOICE I
GOOD FOB CLERGYMEN,
GOOD FOB IBMlntgaili,
GOOD FOR PUBLIC SPRAicjigs,
GOOD FOR SINGERS,
GOOD FOR OONETIMPTIvm
HPALDINITS THROAT CONFRCTIONs
LAD= ARE DILIGETED WrfH
SPALDING'S THROAT CONFECIIONs
CHILDREN CRY FOE
They relieve a Progn InsisalY•
They ober the Throat
They give strength and volume to the mu..
They Impart a delicious aroma to the Meath
They are delightful to the tains.
They are made of simple herbal and rennet hem lay
I adMosi army ooa who hat a Cough Of aCIACY col%
or a Bad Breath, or any dlliloalty at %erbium 1 ,- ) gal '
makes. of my T hroat Oontestkes, they will relieve you
and yen will Bnd than' very useful rad Ow
aIIt walla trimanig as Mtendhni punka medium' for
fog yam. Cough or allaying your thfrge If you try o ne
paotaga lam We In Wing that you will ever cu r
wards consider thaw Indiscernible. You will Bad them
at this Droutota and Dealers In Medicines.
PERS TWENTY-FIVE CENTS
My signature bon each package. In other are 0412
• Package will be seat by mall,iprepeid, on rapt I
HINRY C. SPALDING,
No. 48 OIDIR BTILIEWT, NEW YORE
ALL HINDS OF HEADACHE
By the use or these Ma We matte attacks of
Met or Skis Sadaoke may be prevented; sod tr Liao
the Mumma meet of an attack itamallata rellet from
liana sad slekness mzy be obtataed.
They seldom tall In remost ng Nausea awl 114culack
whish nunales are so subject.
They act gently upon trio bowels, removing autionno
For Literary Yea, Students, Delicate females, sod
poncho of sedentary habits, they are valuable a a
forWSPIss, hennaing the orremn, giving TONI 1O1) rIGO
to the dirldtTO wpm, and restoring the wawa! slued.
ally and Baron& to the whole system.
The OICESMIO PILLS are the result of lout meth
gallon and oarehdly oonduoted experiments, twit:4 l3 a
In me In many years, during which time they have per
vented and relieved a vast amount et pain mei edam
from Headache, whether originating M the wet' 'Y'
tem or from a deranged nese of the rime&
They are entirely vegetable In their campmate:, ms
saay be taken at all Unitea Plth perfect safety whims
=king tug ebange of diet and the afesnoe of any 'Wf 6
greMbileissies renders it eery to administer theft to dogrel
BIWARII OF COUNTSRTETI:
TM gettlte be,. It'd! OICLIWIreII or Henry a 80014
such 1 OZ.
"Sold by dradosteho and all other Madera in modicum'
A Box IQ be sent by mall prepaid at receipt of the
PRIM TWIINTR-FIVI OINIS.
All orders should be addressed to
HENRY C. SPALDING ,
4e Oedar Street. New York
WA dads b o ttl e of spALDINGI pitapARKD ULU/
will save tea limes Its cad annually.la
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE'
BPALPTWEI PA PARED G01:1
SPALDING'S PREPARBD GLU!'
SAVE TEI PIIO
ifir"Alintae u nriggans xunt."JEC
As avidasts wia Myrrh eyes sait-regebsagla4loo
OA Very destrtble to have lease asap and concede
'7 her repairlng Ironhare, Too. Oroci'" r ! "'
BF4IW 7/0 1 4 R1166LV;
ants AU nett .m 01.0,00104 and no boasenold oan
to be without It. is always ready aid ap to the that
4, 1,81WE1L 11 1 / EVIRY1030 00."
31. 11.—A Breda aecompeales mob bottle. Prise 26 els
Adana BENNY C. fiI'LDIN O,
go. IS Cedar Street, fieV ToOr,
AI Dittman weprlncipled sonarper re attempting to Pam
at on the anauspcottug public, Wishes"! el ref FUJI
PARED OWI, I would amid
ptreoos to examen
1?ellwe pecbssing, end gee that the tell name,
iirergar"ll MOANED aux..fis
'a a wrifocldi own aewsindthit aot