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HA fi 151313 R, , PA
smurday Afternoon, November 9,
STATE TREASURER. —A. C. Mullen, Fq., of
Cambria, is spoken of as a candidate fir the
nest state Treasurer.
DEFARTURR OP MILITARY.—CoI. Brooke's re
giment left Camp Curtin about 11 o'clock this
raerning, in a special train for Washington.
LOOK OPT FOR Teem.- Bicknell's Detector
says that counterfeit 10's on the Bank of Cat
ani-pia are in circulation, They are altered
from one's- vignette, girl in centre of note ;
eagle on left end ; bla..ksmith on right end.
lion COOLERA.—This disease so fatal among
the swine, has been prevailing to an alarming
exteut in York and the surrounding neighbor
hood fur some weeks past. A large number of
valuable hogs have been attacked. Should its
progress not be checked speedily, it is feared
that most of the hogs will be lost.
HIS CONDITU,N.—The Irishman, Flannigan,
noticed in yesterday's TatsußsPn as having been
run over by the cars below our city, submitted
night before lost to an amputation of his injur
lbe operation was successfully per
onsed by lk. John Atlee, jr , of Lancaster, and
Plinaigan is now doing well and in good
Niservruran Rsonsesr.—The officers of the
ninety-third Regiment, at Camp Coleman, near
I.elnon, are : Colonel, James M. McCarter,
Ltbauen ; Lieutenant Colonel, Jobn W Johns
ton: Major, John C. Osterloh, Huntingdon
county ; Surgeon, Major Robert S. SiMington,
Montour county ; Adjutant, William H.
SMOKING ACCIDENT AT COLOMBIA.—Last Oat-
Imlay night a most shocking accident occurred
in Columbia, resulting in the death of JohrOl.
Nunes, formerly, fur many years, a conductor
on the railroad. The particulars of his death
are not known, but at an early hour yesterday
morning his body was found on the track, near
ly in front of the Washington House, mangled
in the most horrible manner, all the night
freight trains having evidently passed over it.
1:110 deceased leaves a family. He was famil
iarly known to railroad men us "Harry Armes."
GOVEIMIENT Honses.—About one thousand
gov, mment horses are to be distributed through
out Cumberland and Dauphin counties, to be
fed and taken care of. They are to be held as
iL reserve, to be called for just as they are need
ed. We understand that the government stip
!dates that they shall be fed a peck of oats and
tifteee pounds of hay per day, for which forty
cents per head is paid. A number of farmers
in this vicinity have made arrangements to
"fodder" the animals at the above rates.
D N Paexen, general agent for the Wash
ington Map of the United States, is still_ in our
coty canvassing and forming agencies i
un n the
several townships and boroughs. The agents
are reported to be doing au excellent business.
We are glad to see the work so universally sub
scribed fur by our farmers and others. It shows
a desire to have a perfectly correct knowledge
of the United States. An agent is wanted for
Cumberland county to canvass for the above
work. To a man with good business qualifica
tions, an excellent opportunity is offered to
make money readily. For further particulars
apply personally, or address a letter to General
Agent, D. N. PARKER, Buehler House, Harris
WAILING THE Loss or rite BRAINS.—Our
morning cotemporary across the way is terri
bly grieved about a local on the subject of
makes, published in yesterday's TELEGRAPH, and
credited to the Lancaster Express, instead of to
tile Union, in which he claims it to have original
ly appeared. We can only account for this
want of courtmy on the part of his exchanges
in the fact that he is so excessively habituated
to pilfering and localizing items, that in mak
ing selections from the Union they are unable to
distinguish what really is original, and hencw
refrain from giving credit, under the fear that
they will render themselves liable to the very
charge he has imposed upon us. As for our
cotemporary's intimation that we "aypropriai
.6l" the "Irish Police Scene," it is simply a
0 t•blank lie, suggested tinder the same im
pulse that induces the detected pickpocket to
cry "stop thief."
Youso .Lsrinn.—Did you ever think what , a
contrast there is between the young lady of to.
day and the one of fifty, or even a score of yerns
ago ? Then a lady was one who could take care
of herself—could sing in plain, musical Eng
lish, wash, bake and cook all kinds of food,
milk a cow, if necessary, and make herself use
ful generally. If sbe did not, she was called
lazy—that was all there was about it. But now
we have no lazy women—they are all delicate.
The modern young lady is a strange compound
of dress and nerves—by which we mean those
"exquisite susceptibilities" which cause her to
shudder when she sees a wash-tub and scream
at the sight of a cow. She is a living image
made to be waited upon. She sings "divinely,"
and plays the piano "exquisitely," but neither
one of these affects you as much as the jabber
ing of a North American Indian, for it is not half
so intelligible. She lounges about in the morn
ing, crochets or embroiders a little, then dresses
berself up, and promenades for the benefit of
some "genteel exquisite." Thus pass her days.
Now you needn't tell me that old bachelors are
forever harping on women's faults—that we do
sot find any such ladies—that they are the
same now they always were. It is no such
11:4 4 It is an uncommon thing to find a lady
l ', w t.days that half pays for the food she eats.
; 11 4 is nothing but a bill of expense to her fa
n e t' 0 4 a larger one to her husband, for he
hired to 41 Y has her to support, but
M one or two
wait upon her also. advise to
B iavai is to beware of a fashionable
in never marry the girl who iti/On' e Parlor while her mother stands in ft
kit chen. It
FOURTH STRRST BATHRL.—To-u.orrow being
the Sixth Anniversary of the Dedication of the
Bethel, special services will be held there in the
morning, at Which time the pastor, Rev. James
Colder, will deliver a discourse concerning the
history of the church in their new place of
A Goon CHArroa.—We see that Mr. J. H. Ger
son, formerly agent of Baggage Express, on the
Pennsylvania Railroad, has been appointed con
ductor on one of the Company's sleeping cars.
We wish success to him, for he is a gentlemah
and understands his business. We would re
commend ladies and gentlemen, travelling East
and West, to his care, as they will be properly
RESIGNATION AND Etsorrox.—Dr. C. A. Bann
vart, has resigned the Captaincy of the First
City Zouaves, and his place has since been sup
plied by the election of Mr. Asbury Awl. The
Doctor's resignation was owing altogether to
reasons of a business nature, and was much re
gretted by the company, who under his com
mand have acquired a proficiency in military
movements scarcely excelled by any other
corps in the State. The Zouaves however, have
reasons to congratulate themselves, in knowing
that in his successor, Captain Awl, they will
find a gentleman of considerable military expe
rience, who will be filly able'to maintain the
good reputation of the company.
LOW-NECKED Dimuts.—Bishop Timon, of
Western New York, has issued a letter addressed
"to the honored and pious Christian women of
the diocese" upon a subject which he has long
refrained to touch, though pressed apparently
by Divine impulse, low-necked dresses. He dis
coursed at much length on the modesty of
dress, quoting largely from the Scriptures on
the score of morality, and from the writings of
Catharine Beecher, Dr. Ellis and others, as re-
Spects health. The Bishop trusts that Christian
ladies will receive his advice in the spirit in
which it is given, and directing that the pas
tors under his charge touch upon the subject in
HARD MIMS AND Doas.—A good dog, to one
whose business requires a guard of this quality,
is a desirable convenience ; and a pretty dog, to
one who can afford to support it, may be re
garded as an innocent ornament—but for an
ugly, growling, meat eating cur, there can be
no sort of use. Almost every family, scarcely
provided with bread for the children, has at
tached to it one or more bony, rank, half
starved puppies, which, like the lean kind of
Pharaoh, devour, if not the children, at least
that which would often allay their hunger.
Useless dogs are a public evil, and it would be
well for the benevolent societies distributing
charity during the winter, to ascertain whether
they are contributing to the support of poor
children or hungry dogs.
!' PEOPLE who suppose that hard times re-ac
upon the matrimonial market, are greatly mis
taken. Love is a beautiful lunacy that rarely
takes cognizance of the par value of doughnuts
or butcher's meat. It lives upon nothing for a
time, and -no more looks into the future thnn
does an unweaned infant. Hence, whatever may
be the stringency in business matters, in conse
quence of the war, there is obviously no detri
ment in the item of matrimony. We think
the columns : of the TICLICGRAPH fully attest that
the list of annexations each week are as large
as the corresponding week of any previous sea
The women who get married, or are to be
married, adapt themselves to the tastes and pur
suits of their lovers and husbands most marvel
lously. For instance, while the latter advance
into the country of the enemy, the-former
spdhd their time in doing up sentiment add
studying geography. This, by the way, is a
matter upon which war posts everybody. Dur
ing the Mexican war all women became posted
in the topography of that country, as they•are
now doing in that of the rebels. Useful infor
mation is thus acquired which may be of great
service long after the wicked rebellion is put
down, and the dear ladies are enjoying the
sweets of matrimonial bliss.
Tea Rasslorsste Fasu,s'are a great institu
tion. What would the community do without
them? They give tone and dignity to a place.
Th 7 are in, in fact, the salt of the earth, and
social life would quickly lose its savor without
their preservative influence. Behold the head
of that faMily for instance. He is a responsi
ble citizen and a tax-payer ; all that he says and
does carries weight with it. He thinks a great
deal of the proprieties. He would no more
think of running after the cars , than of
wearing the same shirt two , successive days. He
shakes his head when politics are mentioned,
and is of opinion that none but the lower clas
ses will soil their fingers with such dirty busi
ness. He sometimes deposites his ballot on
election days, when the weather is fine, and the
c.owd around the polls is not large, but he is
not greatly interested in the result. He is apt
to take melancholly views of, the state of the
country. and is of opinion, in church meetings,
that prayer must be our principal reliance. He
is bald-headed, portly and wears a black satin
vest, and a fat gold watch with weighty seals.
The partner of his hosom , and his six mar
riageable daughters . are worthy of such a re
presentative head. They all respect the pro
prieties, if possible, with a still more undivided
allegiance. .They would suffer: tortures rather
than commit a breach of equette. They feel
that the eye of the world is upon them, and
they have a reputation to maintain. The re
spectable matron is respectably stout, but no
more ; she stops on this side of being vulgarly
jolly. She is a model for housekeepers, so far
as regard domestic expenditures. She knows
just where to pinch and where to be lavish. She
can be profuse in giving entertainment to peo
ple who don't want it, while the maids in the
kitchen are starved and the consumptive seam
stress is cheated oat of her pittance. The virgin
daughters are red-nosed, but immaculate. They
are of a serious turn, and interest themselves in
sending pions books to Billy Wilson's Zouaves.
If they have a weakness, it is for unmarried par
sons with the bronchitis: If the latter happen
to have any money, nothing can exceed their,
' 'sweetness. such is the respectacle fly. wWe
repeat what would we do without them.?
litunsplvattia Mailp 'oifiiitrbetp fternoon, Novembei 9, 161iL
PaxxorrHoss.—A meeting of the Paxton Hose
company will be held at their house at 7i
o'clock this evening.
Norma.—The regular monthly meeting of the
Harrisburg Typographical Union, No. 14, will
be held this evening s at 7 o'clock, at the Citizen
Engine house. B. F. Woax, Sec'y.
Ray. J. GREGG will preach in the West Har
risburg M. E. church, Sabbath morning at 10f,
followed by the sacrament of the Lord's Supper,
and in the evening at 7.1.
hicounctrrumu CUTliss.—Sulphate Of potash,
s oda, or ammonia, have the property of delay
ing or arresting the progress of flame. Dip a
cambric handkerchief into common brine, and
dry it, and you will find the utmost' difficulty
in making it burn. Sulphate of ammonia is
perhaps the best salt for the purpose. Oae
pound is sufficient for two gallons Of water.
CDT TO FIT AND MADE TO LAST.---SUCh is the
verdict given by the popular voice in favor of
the clothing now on sale at the New Clothing
Store of Shellenberger & Brother, No. 80 Mar
ket street, in the room formerly occupied, by, the
Post Office, and the rush aft. .r fall and winter
garments is accordingly steadily an& eager.—
The finnlas certainly on : heed as large and
beautiful a stuck of goods as is to be found in
the city, and economical as well as fashionable
people would dowel to give them
Cm. Jos Moons, a member of theillast Mouse
from Philadelphia, is in Harrisburg at present,
on a private mission, but, as ever, interested
heart and soul for his country and. the , succe s
of its cause. Col. Moore is one of thost aiptiVe
and energetic men whose services are ofatirreat
importance at this juncture in the affaini of tit
nation, and for this reason we trust that ha=tpay
be called to some cost in which he: can contri
bute the share of good, of which he is capable,
for the general:triumph.
COLORED SPECTACLE& —bratty p 0 k 13008,, who
have week eyes wear colored spectacles, , when
they are positively injurious. On no armunt
should colored glasses be worn on a dull day,
in the dusk of the evening, _or, It a general
rule, in mild artificial light. The reason >for
such caution in the use of glasses are, that the
power of the eyes becomes impaired :.to endiwe
strong light by accustoming theta lb the im
prakions of feeble illuminations. Some per
sons who have delicate organs may b&asionally
employ spectacles of lightly-tinted glass for
reading and writing, but they shotdd be avoid
ed if possible. Colored glasses lire, useful to
protect the eye from the brill ant. reflection; of
snow and the bright rays of the coryhydrogen
and electric light, and for this purpose they
should be a deep green. Pew* recovering
from inflamation of the eyes should also Use
such glasses, but they aught to lie laid aside as
soon as possible. The eye should'be accustom
ed to endure strong sunlight ,whetikot reflect
ed from dazzling surfaces, .sttch as , bodies of
water, white sand and snow. r
- • t.
WINTER OPSNING.— ` Neat' 'Munch is '‘open
Ing day"' at. Miss piekertonttettablish
went, at the sign of'` the two golden eagles;
Market street, near the bridge. Lulies desiring
to,ee fully posted in the fashions, and; ;inking
pureltatei o a l nyiliing in tie tAllli~iery lice,
should make it a point to be on hand.
A. M. STODDARD will open on Tuesday, Nov.
121,11, a handsome assbrtinent.of ,Winterfilfuir
• t •' • i" I • f •
nerV , 4 1 e 1,11 f • .‘ a
• : • e_ 4 .
liras. E. Oa&YN, No. 20 North Second street,
one door above Market .STiaro f .opposite the
Buehler House, will opAriliVinter Millinary on
Saturday, .Nov. 9.
Miulugalq' rs AND 0 1 111 , 11 0 ulatlse trine* apes
not require the attention of a regular book
keeper, can have the services of an experienced
accountant in posting and examining books,
drawing off apcbunts, &c.,.
Wolfinger, cor..kilbert and Si t inth 2 rtd. ;-•
nov. 6-6 t.
SANFORD'S CHALLENGE if/ABMs—To set in
Brick, Portable or as Fireplace fleaterth
mostpowerfui Beateis knovin for Wiltaing
Ingo, (Aurelia', &Awls, SM. Send .geIL&N
nom., agent at klarrisbure frill-'ascription
and an unparalleled mase,of, *Oniony.
Tan Cosmorounr parlor' 'ma'iititlie with radi
ating ventilator and gas burning attachment, intro
duced one year ago, already ranks as the leading
stove for Parlors, Sitting Booms and all places
where a soft pleasant heat is desired; ' together
with a large assortment of other parlor t and
cooking stoves of the beat patterns to be had at
the store and tinware establishment of LYMAN
atraisnr,' Market street. tf. ' ,
FOBS, Funs, Fuss.—sl,ooo worth of furs re
ceived from New York auction;
100 fur aapes
ane muffs, from $3 up to $l2, worth double ' 25
doz. hoop skirts for 50c., 75c. and 4,1 2,5 ; 100
cloaks for $2, $2 60, $3 60 up to $lO, very
cheap. A large assortment - of traveling bags,
baskets and satchels; 100 pieces ef splendid
dark calico at 8 and 10 centa yitid-Lof
ingawe have . tClull .
assortment 14 ladies, men
and children, woolen and cotton,, at 12*, 18 arid
20 cents; 36 large woolen blanketk; - 1)0 plebes
cla4ton" flannel, , at 12i. witA ;.5 red, yells and
white . flannel, very cheap ; 60 pieces of white
curtin fringes:at half price ; beautiful set flow
ers De Laines at 22 and 25 cents ;. received 'a
new lot of shi
rt breasts, beautiful styfai, St S.
Lewy's wholesale and retail dry good. store.
Wholesale buyers we mould especially invite to
our large stock, to which we receive additions
most every day from New York auction.
See Professor Woods advert:lambent in another
MOFFAT'S Lim PILM'AND PROMIX
Free from atti iyinerat Pofmns.—ln cress of Scrofula
Ulcers, Scurvy , or Eruptions of the Skin, the operation
=4 . the Life Medielnei is truly astotdithing, often removing
in a few nays, every vestige of these , loathsome_ dineasos
by their purifying elibcts on the blood. Billions revert'p,
Raver and Agee, Dyspepsia, Dropsy, Piles and in 'short ,
most ail diseases soon yield to their curative properties
Yu %frilly should be without them; as' by their' timely
iso muola suffering had expense may be Wed
ilerapel by WS:. filinfefra T2V. D., New York, and
kw %al* hy -411 OHM/jell. nuvliw I v '
HOW LOST ! HOW RESTORED
TIIST Published in a Sealed Envelope ;
Price 6 cts : A Lecture on the Nature, Treatment„
and radical Cure of Spermatorrhtea or Seminal Weak- .
ness, Involuntary Emissions, Sexual Debility, and Imped
iments to Marriage generally, Nervonsnesa t Consumption,
Epilepsy and Pits Mental and Physical . Incapacity, re
suliing from *elf Abuts), &s.—By BOOT . J. CULVER.
wriu„ D„ Author of the Orate Book. "A B*
to Thousand); of Sufferers," sent under seal, In a plan
forretcPc, any address, poet 1 id, on relleipS of az
GaAs, pr,teri postage step" Dr. Cll. J. C. =II,
127 Bowery, New York,"Post Office, 80i4586.
PURIFY TRB BLOOD.
HAIR DYE! HAIR DYE!!
Rm. A. Batchelor's flair Dye ;I
The onlyHatmleas and Reliable Dye .11.nown I
All others are mere imitations, arid should be avoided
ifynu wish to emote, ri aoule.
(ARMY, RED DR RUM'S! HAIR dyed instantly to a
beat:PlM and natural Broirn or Macs., without toe least
injury to Heir or Sim.
..EllerhEß MeIfALS AND DIPLOMAS have been awar
ded to Wit. A. BITOMUAIR sin O 18 9, and over 200,000
applications have been made the hair of the patrons
of bis famous Dye.
war. A. B ITCHELOR'S HAIR DYE produces a color
not to be diatinguisheu from entire and is waitasarran
not t 6 injure in the least, however long it m tv be cOutin
ued, ULM Ihe to • Meta of bad 0 , es remedied. £he hair
is Invigorated for life by this splendid Dye. which is prop.
arty apihiyd et No. 16 Bond street New Y brk.
maid all the cites end towns f the Utpt-ii States, by
Drug lets and Fancy Goods Dealers
The Genuine has tile amine ^ William A Batchelor,"
; and address upon a steel plate engraving, pa 'the four
'video of each box.
Wholaw le Factory, Si Barclay St.,
Late 233 Oroadway, New York
CAILO TO THE LADIES
DR DUPONOO'S GOLDEN PILLS
o curtacting, reguaung, and remowteg
taohooa, haw whatever cause, and 1.
wore • successful fa I presses.
U.l VE BEEN USED BY
L the tiouterit dei many years, both In Prance and
America, with ...pantile:eel success in every case; an.
Ito. le urgFl thoasaint ladles who used theist, It
make the tills votes 'for the ailevistion of those sunrise,
from any lit amanita: whatever, airt well a.. to prevent:
an increase of lately Where health will not penult it.—
vent,•tee'parileularly ~ituatea,or the,* supixtesug thew
se, nauthuied agalhit these Pills while in that
vothaut, "Id we ttler.its prodeocalineuririage, and
the ilOpelet,ir samara bo rettponalbillty after this adttlO
mho..' blithe their wildness would` present any tab
itcptie'ou mune the. PUSS are recommended.'
vsu amt.:With 'Streaks* accompany each boa. Mee
per box. I :told inbalesaliand - reiall by N B. essintms,
Iteadin„ Jemmy, stettewar 4 Cpwzons, Philadelphia,
L. totstuntusa, loleuitte, tbutilan, Lancaster;
a A. Vroir. Wr‘ghtsvllie ; B. T. Vaasa, York; and by
cue druggist a every - , tag end. village In the Union, and
P• t. B. Horn eels proprietor, New York,
• N. 13.-I.oult ota tor contiteifelbt. Elul no Gulden Pile
Ai/ soy, Cud *ea , every boa alt Aped F. D. Idowe. At I
,tthers are . ..rupodtuop end muses; therefore, se
you ratite peer dr. .
r. ,041 health, (to ,ay coating of be-
I, humbugged Anti yooryourney,) buy only of those
the slguature s. Haire on every bog,
*. 101 l has reewitilv • e •n 14.4 seenruit of the Pills
introit TA ei f . wash.
et) tetras AL Es
DR. OHEESEMAN'S PILLS
'Prepared by Oemelitu3 L Cheeeeman, M. D.,
E W YORK 01TY.
entnbinetiou of ingredients in these
Pills are the re- alto! a long ~utl ostensive uraetice.
Th y aro mlld'ln their operallou, cad certsin lo correcting
all irreaularin is, Painful Blemeromtiorni removing all eb
strums:ins, wheteer from cold or otherwise, hets:anhe,
Pete ;u the sloe, Pellitrokilmsm the heart, whites all ner
*Mig erekions, tilfslert4n,, fatlg o , p.in iu thelsick and
limbs, Sts.,, distarrhed sleep, wt.lch arises from iinarrop
non of nature.
TO MARRIED LA'IIIO3,
Dr CheesernamPs rills are invaluable, as they will bring
un the motitbly period with regularity. Ladle 4 who have
bees . I hlsPetrutert in the use °Lothar Pills can place the
utmost congLence In 'Or. Ohaeaentan'a Palo doing all that
they reprient to do.
here - is one C.hulitaba of the 'female system in which Ike
Pills &nowt be taken' sal.kont producing , a PEOVL/A tt
RENILT. Thecondition referred to is PESO h•A NOY—
the mull a(lsce USIA CM Such G the irresistiVs Sen
tiency of ate medicine to revere the modal -fonciiene to a
normal condition, Nat man the nrrodatelioe power of na
ture cannot resist it.
Warrinted-puiraly. Vegetable, and--free rrbm anything
Injurious. Explicit direction/I, which ehoind be road lo
cum, any each be/. 'Tice St dant by , mall on enclos
ing $1 to, llw. , mtemaini L. Onassisiest, Boa 4,531, Peat
Uttios, Now York Oily
Surd bYclitillruagist in every town to the United Staten.
General Agent fur the United States.
4)3olw:en *iv York,
To whom il wisolosarioriers should be addressed.
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Loft ei". Jiminix ^nos« iikfltsalsit Mimi;
Ittammlnt, ' ILTOIf UM/ORURO,
(310ROSTOWN LTILINSTOWN IN/LLIMIS.
BIM ! ' LIMA ; BA";
, A-NO` HA`RiCIBBIIII'G.
.Che-• equwl4ll)4la,popoi ielatraily_ located the,
'OraYegi- will be at the - lowest rates. & 04'111w:ter goes
through with, ach train to-attend to the safe delivery 01
all it'Oods entrusted to tlla tine goode'delivared "at the
Pittto, WARD & Pump, 811 Mart et Steel, Piing deiphia ,
by I Wolook kl, will be 1 -Roared In
Harrisburg the next morale
Prely,titi(always) es low as by nay other an.
Particular attention paid 'by Ulla lino to oeuinpt and
speedy delivery of all liarrisbur nods.
The undersigned thaukturfor past liatro , 0 hopes by
strum attention to business to merit ,t con"- educe of the
BUMS. T. PRIM-ISA,
e(6 tBm Feat of Market .31r • • r;-berg,
O. F. MU E Nio H
TRAVELING AORIIT OF TEM
OLD WALLOWER LINE.
frets OLD TRANSPORTATION LINE
is still in scum Bann operation and prepared to carry
freight as LOW as any other Individual line between
Phil uleipalit, Harrisburg, Sunbury, Lewisburg, Williams•
port, .iersey more, Lock tiara°, and all points an the
Northern Central. Philadelphia and Erie, and Williams
port and Elmira Railroads.
Local Agent at Harrliburg,
LL A. MILIIINCH
Good sent to Pe4l.OOOlK, ZgLL & Nos. 808
and BLO Market street, %bore Eighth, by 4 o'clock, P. M.,
will arrive at Harrisburg, ready for delivery the next
. atorniug. F. MU NCH,
*tip34s Traveling Agent.
JOHN B. BIKITHI3
BOOT & SHOE STORE,
. CORNER SECOND AND WALNUT BTh..
• Harrisburg, Pa.
ALW A TS on hand a large assortment of
BOOTS, SHOED, GAITERS; dm., of the very best
mutinies for Inched, gentlemen, and childress'
Prices to snit the times. AU kinds of WORK WADE TO
ORDER in the brat style by superior workmen
REPAIRING done at short limiest.
ootlit•dtf JOHN 11.1011113. Ethrrisburt
ROYAL QUARTO DIOTIONA.RY
E boat defining null pronouncing- Dio
I weary al the linglisb language ; siso, WorGoatees
Uinta thtionsitritini. Webstees Pictorial quarto and
Sabuo Didtimiarieirrni. -
we Harrisburg Brag..
FINE TOILET L-O.A PS ; POMADES, HAIR
OIL, PoWD/RS, COLOGNES and ExTßAcrs, of
many style, prices and mantincturos -at KELLER'S
DRUG AND FANCW = R
THREE STE-ild ENGINES FOR SALE.
y~IEE undeisigned offers fur sale ONE
NEW 30 HORSE ENGINE, and two Second-Hand -
engines or smaller site, The engines will be sold cheap
for. cash or approved paper. Apply at the Steam Sa•
gine Works;oixth street, between Walnut and Market,
Harrisburg, Pa. JACOB IiJI.IZ
300 SHOEMAKERS WANTED.
riIHE undersigned wishes to employ, im
modiately, THHFJII lIIINDRBD SHOltatAgititS, to
ft and bottom Cavalry Boots, to whom the highest wager
will be paid.
Priced for fitting 25 cents, for bott, ming 75 cants.
parlisle, Pa., Oct 30, 1861.—d2w
f - COOK WANTED. Liberal wages
will be given. Appply at T.J. JORDAN'S,
se6-A2l* Walnut street
FOR RENT.—The farmi now occupied
by John Loban; adjoining Camp Curtin. Posse. -
pitia gloom on the hint 4 : gprjl• next.. 2 ,
TWO good Horses, .one suitable as a
family horse, the other as a draught horse:
of George Biithagle, Third street, between Market
and Want* tliikeyeltdo. '1 4 nollt.dtf
• ••• • -TO, RAM HOS. • •
OA"' ! 'OATS . 1 dish - Vaid for 4)&4
by Jrsites Y. waantst.
Assignee,s' Sale of Real Estate.
THE 6IIBSURIBERS will sell by public
outcry at.the Court douse, at Harrisburg, r •tatur
day the 18:.h day of November felt, at two 0 dock P
The Farra.of John Wallower, Senior, consisting of 186
acres, situated In Susquehanna township, about three
mile, from liarri-burg t adjJin hulls 01 John K. Fox,
John Zinn and others- • •
inere are erected on the Farm a tarp Two Story Stone
Honze, a Bank lisra,.T..,,ant Houses. Stable., dm.
There its aka) a large orchard of apple, pear, peach and
cherry trees of choice varieties in excellent taming or
also, several veins cr goof 1.1010 'tone, which have
been and can be worked Le advantage. .
The property will be sold in a body or in parcels to
Conditions will be liberal and be announced on day of
There will also be of for sale at the same time and
place the Undivided had interest of 150 auras of Coal
Land4senste4 on the Short Mountain, in Lyttens
• A. O. lidgerF.lt
• C. F. ItUENCII,
eel 9 Assignees.
Lanvetter Isleuinmcer and Carlisle Herald insert three
times ato send WI to this otli De Immediately.
FOR SALE OF RENT.
frIHE undersigned offers for sale or rent,
his Distillery below Han isbcre, between the Peen.
:•ylvania seutelei tho Stisquehiumit floor, with steam
ngine, pigpen , railroad siding and about eight acres of
ground. Terms low. APPlYtoJookin . lhdtgor,
Oeahfer Cf" the selianios ,Sariaga Mink Samisbueg,
0c 126- difif!
181 • • tntr i IDY,
.: . e,SfS.q iOWA.
• COAL ! CO - ALL !
$3 AND $2 25 PER ° OF.2 000 LBS.
O. -D. *F" 0' ft S'T E y
jf 111C.K No. 74 Market Street, yard I.n
1.• ttigreetlirootor 'tekiiibiretzt;- ° 'end Re,
tail dealer in .
TREVO9.2ON, • ' '
BUNRI7RY, aunt -•
' - rfsvD . 79,r COAL
Faadiriand Realers-inay - velyllatt obtelabig itilrebrate
article, and full weight, at the learnt rates. Orders
promptly attended io. ,A liberal. tdmouut made taper . -
chancre paying for the mod when ordered.
Present price, $3 end $2, 26 per ton.
SHIRTS SHMTSII SHIRTS II I
LOME MAN UFACTURE.
THE CHEAPEST IN THE MARKER
PHE undersigned having opened his
ii manufactory of undersigned
etc., at No. 12 Watt Market
street, Harrisburg, Pa , moe irespeetrully salicitie the
patronage and attenUon of the ladles, Eir.ntlemmei and
Merchants to the following assortment of tot* all• of
which are our owe nninufamore ,
013.18. P BOSOMS,
Ch 1 114 AS.
Also the particular attention of the Ladipain our large
assortment of under garments 'goc., (from lbei latest im
proved London and Pares styles,). LINILsr tOLLeilleS,
CUFFS, Sart &a., in great varieties, ail of which beteg
our own matioufactore we will sell cheaper than can be
Person* desirotes of furnishing theirnwn nuale&lals, sue
have ousting, sewing ac., of every variety donecord
ing weirder. All of the above named pools for Bents 'Weir
we with tnetini'to nYeature, guaranteeing tO SR, add Five
entire satlsfautloii to the purchaser for darabuity
and m aerial All special Orders will b'e Xeruniptly at
landed to upon the shortint• =pee and most riatsonstbrie
terms. Also Merchants supplied upon the most reeenli
' P.B. Ladles'wishing skirls or ander garmehtd of soy
discriptlon, can have them made to- order by sending
satopes of such kind, as may be - edited.
JA112:3 A. LYNN, ,
• Thirriab - uig,
Rooms next door to Hummel k BllUbgerre eirocery
• - •
QTATE'Street near Third - etre rt, a few
.1 ors below Brady's Hotel, ttarrlsburg A Bee
ttew Hearse R.,..dy made; adin, always on hand and
neatly flulatted to . urder. Silver platen, Iwo. Terms rea
sonable. tta3o..3atiq C. BAKCH.
FOR THE ARMY,
SUCH AS • •
Beds, Pillows, Blankets. Coats,.Caps,
• Legging,- Diinking ' Cups, Ike.,
WM . S.
North Side Market Squire, near Builder's Hotel,
HARRISBURG, 1%. s
DR. T. J. mnEs,
hue servloos to the oitizeos 0
jr Harrisburg and its nom: He solicits a share ,o
the publics patronage, cod Ova. *serene,: the, Luis best
endeavors shall be given to read r satisfaction in his pro
fession. Being au old, well tried ontist, be fools sale in
nailing the public generally tO call on blab, assuring
ham that they will not be dissataided With hin services,
Office No. US Martin qtreot, in the house formerly oe
eapted by Jacob R. % , .y. nyar the, trititeal, &atm Hotel,
Harrlsborg, Pea . ; ; trIT
PALM. LEAF MATTRESSES,..
• COTTON TOP MATTRESSES, -
HUSK MA.'I . T.RESSES_,
. COTTON COMFORfS ,
CAMP •srobis &c.,
On bead and for sale at the very lowest rates for cash.
Hair Mattresses and Opens Bottoms made to erase..
• . HAIR MATTRESSES &c.,
Repaired and made equal to new, very reasonable, all ai
No. 109; Market street, betwasu Foam an Fah, by
oci9.2md • J. T. 8ARN17.7.. ,
Harrisburg Blind lianufastory.
SECOND STREET . HEt.;OW CHESTNUT.
vENITIANHIAND. madeto orde r , and
repldriba'neany and expeditiously done. e'er
sous at a.distanceoso _Dave their Worb done by addrett
slag a letter to the undersigned. Tbanicini for past pat
ronage be hopes, by strict attention to business; to merit
a continuance of the same. gify.Sittisfaotton, gtaranteed
both MOW PriCee , 840.,W0rk.1631, , _
A. K. SHARP.
COAL I COIL I!' !
`IIE iaracribeir is' now prepared to de
liver to the atia.titi of 'Harrisburg either by .the
car, , Boat, Lgad Ittfttettoloatt kind. of
barre, • hifilitury, kentiztrioies , end Pinegrove Coil,
hauled out by the Patent Weigh Cart, and full weight
guaranteed. Orders' left at my (Mee, 4th and Market
will receive prompt attention.
'DAVID McOURAITIX. •
- llarriaburg, Oct.. 300861.-84rd*
W.L , iu.LE6ALE and RETAIL .DELLER,
in Confectionary, Foreign and.Domestie Fruit.—
givr, Dates, Prunes, Holding and Nuta of alt kinds.—
Fresh and =al IFlsh, Soan,.l3andles, Vinegar 4 Spices, To
bairn, SegantandGnunry Produce in general, Market
tared, next door to,Parke HEWN, C.reter Third and
oct2B-dem JOHN WISE.
COAL 1 -LORRERRY COAL, I
ci3gosE vi n tio reAt the real. Genuine Uld
ireatiloned remove Cost (Ireneihigeorberry Mines
(by the Car itseiliar beStreibeipply to ••
GE) GAAVERICEL, Jr.,
S.& 8. Ra treed,
Hapaseakrao Nam, Nov. 5, N.
• IBE .- Boatd of:-0,091,Prit 411.04ted to iligty i
. a dindeallor tOmPer'oent.l'Or tile last all mo n th /
pa'lila an &alma' it. ' - • J. W. WIER,
novilwild - Claaklar.
E LIXIR PROPYLAMINE,
17IE NEW REMEDY P )E
A NEW R SHEET, }
A CERTAIN REMEDY, F°B
RREVAL4TIsm Oa &V& BIND;
No self= HOW STUCK* 4 N.
HOW LONG itTANDING,
wFIAT IT HAS DONN,
I WILL DO AGAIN,
THE RFST TICSIDIONV,
BE'T MFD:O4L AOTH.+Att'Y
[FROM OITICIAL Eloserrsi. Raman!
MAT 19, 18130,—Ellen 8 , tot. 28, tdngle , never was very
strum/ Two years ego she lied ' , matte& of awns rheona•
tism, fro In winch she welt roc fined to herbed for two weeks
end sutwoq my trom &relapse fer four more. Shebat' been
well Piece then tilt Lau Schteday, while engaged la house
, kaning, eh- oil* cold , btud pain in her back felt cold,
tvd had so-Cecil's; ghIII. IWWO days laiss hey Mules De
swell, which was follow. d by Itireiting of the
some Aosta apt or the bends She lies boa. dull
pate to her hou idrrs and r
are very tender,
sed and piston"! both hands are sire led, butte right
is taws. SO. Thi-, then. to • casein abate Nada/Weft, or,
ed it is new fashionably ts tiled, Thames , terse. hie a
well femurs ed typical ease We will carefully teak& the
case, and from limo to tine call your attention 10 the wad
ow symptoms which present themselves My chuff object
ht bringing her before you now, is to call attention to a
remedy which has recently been recommended In the
treatment.of rheumatism - lin an propyhunisa. De .
Awenarlus, of St. Petersburg, recommends it, in the
highest terms, having derives great :omen from Its use
'n 2119 twat which tame under his care. Vara. cam
meedatory testimonials re.oacting it have smeared le
our journals, and I propose therefore to give it angther
trial I Muet confeta lam always incredulous as to the
worth of new remedies, which are vaunted es apathies ;
but this comes to us recommended so highly, that we
are boand M give II a trial.
SAME CASE FOUR DAYS LATER
SAT 23,1860.—1 will now °MAW to you the Imitilest Tar
whom L prescribe! Propylamine, and wa a then labor
ing under an attack of acute rheumatism. She Lis
steadily taken it In doses of three gr ties every two home
(intermitting it at night.) The day after you saw her, I
found her much. more comfortable, better
,Apan she ex
pected to be for a week or more, Judging her
&tient. (i he patient now walked into the..niout 'The
improvement has steadily progresited, and you mahout
fall to notice a marked change in tlie appearance of her
Joints which are now nearly all of their natural sis 4
Thus for wig experiment would have seemed very dud-
ONSfull nu, gentlamen. , eamenit ;wait a DIU , while
rere we eau give a decided Pidraton as to what. Is to be
Here is eirotter patient who was placed on the, see of
theeenie-ielidlokke, on -Sunday butt; ells' has look been
.urre.ing from o vivrao rheumatism, and 1 round bar at
that time with an auto attack onpervenin4 upon hoe
ehrhulo twin. The wrist. and kueueles were twirl
"sWolieu and to. so. She took tee chloride or Propyla
nVike'iiiihroo grAiu do es every two hours, sud you will
weave that the swelling of the ).sluts hoe ono* dimin
THREE DAYS LATER I!
May 26, 1850 --This is the case of mote rheumatism
truate.l with propylamine, the drat of those lo which
called your attention at our last chute She is st• 11 very
comfortable, and is now I. tking tbree grates *Mc • daily.
In this case it has seemed to be tallowed by very.wat•
islactery results. The second c tia to which your ahem
.ion was called at our last lecture, has also continued to
to wet t. I will now bring before you a very character
istic case of acute theumatism, and if the result be set.
rectory, I think, as good Jurymen we shah justly render
our verdict in favor of propy lamina. •
He Ise seaman, cot. 28, who was admitted a few days
Igo. HAS hwt ocasitional rheumatic-pains, bat not so as
t. keep big tied, until eight days ago. The pains began
in his right knee, subsequently affectedahe left knee, and
later, the Joints of the upper extremities. These joints
are all swollen, tense tine tender. Ws tongue is furred ;
his skin, ai present dry, though there has been ranch
sweating. His pulse is fall and strong, and about SO.—
Be has now used oropylamtuo 6 r , rwyuy,rodslosse
This gentleman Is what may be called a mutely typical
case or acute rheumatism. There was exposure
and wet, and this exposure ii followed by • testing of
asidness, revers articular prin. beginuins, ha morally
dole, th. leiiirer joints. th,re ts fever. .461 . the poellase
sweating, so genera ly atitendaist on aunts .ritenaluithela.
1 did not bring this patient oefore yaw wish the fete,.
don of giving yon a lecture on all the pllaila eonsaillasel
with- rhatiamtlam but to again give • WWI SO the
new remedy we are testing, and to exhllsit to.yeedatige
typical Cuss, as I have called it, than which Wiens no aid
not be a fairer opportunity for testing the medledeels
question. We are, therefore, avonitog the use of
other medicines, eves ano lynes„ that then. may be no
misgivings as to which was the dilatant remedy. TOG
shall see the case of a future cattle. .
A FAVORABLE VERDICT
June 9, 1860.—The next of our convalescents Is the
case of acute rbeunetutim before you at our clinic of May
26th, which I thee called a typical case, and which it
was remarked was a fair opportunity for testing the
worth of our new remedy, It was therefore steadily
given In three grain nodes every two hours for four days.
The patient has got along very nicely, and is now able to
e aik about, as you see. Ido not hesitate to s.y that I
have nevea seen as severe a case of acute rhenotaillus
so Boost raitored to health as this man has been, and
without being prepared to decide positive tty as to the val
ue of the remedy wo have used, I feel bound to.alate
that In the cues in which we here tried the Chloride of
Propylamiue, the psdeuti h.va reiWned their height
much earlier than under he treatment ordinarily pur
sued. I wish gentlemen, you would yourselves try it,
and report the results.
Yor a full report of which the above la a eiondemeett
extract, see the, Philaitelpela Medical and:Surpkal Re
porter. It is the report after a fair trial by the beamed
ma authority in tlalsoountry, and makes it enueetaillri
to give numerous cetilticates frote:eitesileted 01:1140r11
and rtleiclog pattentii.
A SPEEDY CURE,
AN EFFECTUAL OCR&
THE SAME RESULT
WHAT IT HAS DONE,
Betook do prenttiaW, a firm well known to most medi
cal men, by whom the &Hair Fropylamine has been in
troduced, have sold tens the exclusive right to munnfaw
AM. hareording to the original recipe, and. we have
made arrangements of Ruch magnitude as to enable us
to scat ier it broadcast amongst suffering humanity.
A WORD TO DOC rORS.
If you preler to use the same remedy in another fibre
we invite your attention to . the 1
Pun Cliutstausao CDI.OBIDI Patorruunia :
PURE PRoPEL.OII NU LIQUID,
Pmut Paormasuse CONCENTEATID,
I.PUED lODIDE YEDPELAYIEB,
of which we are the sole manufacturers.
,p-We Chitin no.other virtue for the 6lucir Propylene. ne
Win Is contained in Pure Crystalised Chloride of hopy-
AND MAY BE TAKEN,
AtXXIILDINO TV DIRECTIONS,
BY Ua"' ("111,
w aA, wraum, mu OF ANY KIND.
Sold in anninburg •
5 CM. 1 wins.
Orders uity . be addreoised to
PROPYLAM/N r /FiesIfIMSCTIMINC , CO.', "
Office, Roc* / 4 0:*•. • -
S. W.lCer.,sourtet and Chesnut streets,.
Or to either of the fallowing
IMLIA)CIE & °RENEW W,
FRENCH, Kik HAMM & CO.,
JOHN H. HAM &00.,
GEO. O. wirrgrAßLL & CO4
PETER T. WRHIGT & CO.,
• =MAR & 6311TH,
T. NORRII PEROT & 00.,
wire. c , INQI7aR IT
WILL CURT IT,
BOOT 'RS RISC,
DOTR% RS TAT IT.
DOCT KN( iW IT,
PATINNTS BEL' EVE IT,
IN AVERY CASS,
HE EN EV,ER TMP,
IT WILL DO AGADI
muRE CONS NIENT,
AND ALWAYS REAby