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'WSW Afternoon, November 12, 186
TAKEN rOSSOSION. —The company ream e'
by Capt. G. W. P. Davie, to guard the public
property in and about the city, went on duty at
the State arsenal ye•terday morning.
biILWARY RELIEF FUNDe committee will
meet this evening at 6 : 1- o'clock, at the office of
A. J. Herr, Esq. Members will please be
punctual. By order of the President.
0. EDWARDS, SEey.
ligArr COAL, BUSINESS. Over
or loads of coal per day are now taken into
Pittsburg over the Pennsylvania Central road.
This immense amount of coal is all collected
from mines lying between that city and Penn
stadt, and r etails d by some half dozen dealers
in each city,
ACCIDENT TO Cnrr. C. C. DAVIS.—We regret
to learn that Capt. C C. Davis, of Col. Wyn
koop's cavalry regiment, stationed at Camp
Cameron, was violently thrown from a horse at
icust Grove yesterday, and dislocated his collar
one, besides breaking one of his thumbs. Locust
rov e is astation for government horses, many of
bitil ar e unbroken, and it was while endeav
, r i D g to arms one of these that Capt. Davis, al
bwigi. us excellent rider, met with the acci
ev. The Captain is now lying at his residence
city, receiving medical attention, and
e are gratified to learn that there is every pros
/ ~ c t of tic speedy recovery.
Tue Nkw Luck-up.—Margaret O'Bryan—a
rough-looking little runlet° woman of twenty
years or thereabouts—was arrested last night by
officer Campbell for drunkenness and disorderly
conduct geuerally at the Methodist Church, in
Tanner's alley. Margaret, when arrested, re
fused to accompany the polite officer, and struck
out from her right shoulder in the most ap
proved style of pugilism to the great prejudice
of the officers frontispiece. Reinforcements,
however, were promptly on hand, and the re
fracmry Margaret was conveyed almost in a
state of en puro naturabilus to one of the cells
of the new lock-up under the Court House,
that place being selected for her confinement fur l
best adapted to resist her disposition to
"break things." Margaret is the same girl who
a few years ago startle I our community with a
development respecting a murder alleged to have
been committed in this city several years ago
by a resident of Philadelphia, which led to the
arrest of the party implicated, who was tried
and acquitted, there not being the least evi
'dence to etiminate him. Margaret hada hear
ing before Justice Baader and was committed to,
THE SWORD or 1812.—Capt. John Wise, of
the Lochiel Cavalry regiment, stationed at Camp
Cameron, near this city, was recently presented
by Dr. Chas. Herbst, of Lancaster, witn a sword
that done service in the war of 1812. The fol
lowing is the correspondence which accompanied
the presentation :
LANCASTER, Nov. 8, 1881
CArr. JOHN Won—Sir : I take pleasure in
presenting you this sword. It is a relic of, and
has done service in, the war of 1812. You have
with it my sincere wishes for your welfare, and
a conscious faith that you will carry it through
the campaign with honor and bravery,
DOCTOR CRAB. HERBST-ESTEEMED FRIEND AND
Fellow CITIZEN : I receive the word with a
soldier's gratitude for its time honored service
and glorious memories. It shall ever be my
pride to emulate the valor of the heroic men of
the war of 1812, whose service it represents. I
perceive that 50 years of peace has caused it to
grow somewhat rusty. The exigency is at hand
to rub it'off. Should it be my destiny—my
fortune• to meet the rebels face to face, it is
my aim, as it is my duty, to use it faithfully in
the cause of the Union, my Country, and my
God• JOHN WISE,
Ca.:lain of Company F, Lochiel Cavalry.
LANCASTER, Nov. 8, 1861.
SABBATH Scuoura.—We agree with our co-
temporary of the Lancaster Ezpress that many
parents think their duty discharged towards the
Sunday School, when the cnild has been cloak
ed and bonneted, and furnished with a penny.
That it is their in ovine°, nay, their bounden
duty to encourage the entire school, both
teachers and pupils, by their frequent presence
and wise councils, seems never to have entered
the minds of a large majority of those, whose
children are the receipients of Sabbath school
instruction. A new interest would be infused
into the school, should but ten parents be
weekly in attendance. Your children would be
happier in their efforts, and their teachers
would be encouraged to renewed zeal. Have
the parents ever thought huw their children
are being trained in the morals of the Sabbath
School, and instructed in the scriptures by per
sons who have no immediate interest in the
welfare of their pupils? By philanthrophic
young ladies and gentlemen, who receive
neither your thanks, your smiles of approval,
or even recognition of services rendered. If it
costs too much effort on the part of parents, to
assist in teaching their own, or their neighbors'
children, they can at least hold up the hands
of those, who so generously have voluntered to
Instruct and amuse their little ones. •
There are also many small children in Sunday
Schools, who have larger brothers and sisters,
who never visit the schools This is wrong ;it
is a reflection on the training both at home and
at school ; when boys become young men, they
are rarely too wise to attend the Sunday school;
it is selfish vanity, and not positive knowledge,
that models them too wise in their own conceit,
to be laborers in the Sabbath school. And when
little girls become young ladies, they should
keep in mind that utility, as well as beauty, is
a , uh''ect for admiration ; and that the former
Ittee4es in value and becomes more worthy of
r4 i*, rapidly as the latter fades and is forgot
-Ith' Th,re are in our city scores of well-edu
ra44"i ?Nog ladies and gentlemen, all of whom
itetme e ltio 'ed the
privilegeof Sabbath school
m tlon, and they are therefore under a high
to transmit the boon to those
n111"ae aAter them The schools are deficient
teache r B t just because these young people
geMleZ to clo their plain duty. Young ladies
ea think of theme things.
THE OFFICIAL Rrtvaxs.—The Return Judge
of the several election districts of Dauphin
county met at the Court House in this city at
two o'clock this afternoon; for the purpose of
counting the army vote, in which duty they
were still engaged at half past three o'clock,
when our report closed. The official result of
the vote, together with that polled in the sev
eral wards and townships of the county, will
be published in tabular form in to-morrow
ANNIVERSARY Or TM DAUPHIN BIBLE SOCIETY.
The tenth anniversary of this association was
celebrated on last Sabbath evening in the Lu
theran church. The attendance was very large
and the exercises of the occasion were very in
teresting. The President of the Society reported
at length its operations from its first organize
tion,af ter which stirring addresses were delivered
by Rev. Messrs. Howard, Moore and Martz, of
the Methodist, Presbyterian and Lutheran
churches respectively, and a collection was ta
ken for the objects of the Society. A large de
legation was appointed to the annual convention
of the Dauphin County Bible Society, and a re
solution was unanimously passed, inviting the
County Society to hold its next anniversary In
Tax lanneurs of the Union, whose worthless
narsvof character, and total destitution of moral
accountability interposes a shield of ,protection
against the cow-hide, which in other communi
ties ha evideetly been applied to him so assid
ously that he still goes limping through our
streets and by-ways with his jaundiced eyes
cast to the earth much like a •hog looking out
for roots, this morning, with that ingenuity
characteristic of the consumate scoundrel, at
tempts to divert the searching eye of an out
raged community from his.audacious iniquities,
by charging that the scalpel whioh laid bare the
blackness of his callous heart was guided by
other hands than the regular local reporter of
this paper. The snarling drunken rascal, with
all his brazen impudence, has not the temerity
to confront us, but must needs open his bat
teries of nausous blackguardism upon a gentle
man who in return would as soon think of en
gaging with the artillery of the skunk.
Tea WAIODET AND BEST Curram.—Most
persons suppose that fabrics made of coarse
wool are the warmest and most durable. This
is a mistaken idea. Owing to the lower prices
c.f . coarse wool, fabrics of this material are usu
ally made heavier than those of fine wool, hence
their great thickness deceive persons respecting
their qualities for warmth and wear. There is
no heat in the wool itself ; its property of what
is called "warmth" is due to its non-conducting
qualities. It is moreover evident that cloth
made of fine wool equal in thickness to that
manufactured from coarser material will wear
much longer. The finest woolen cloth, although
dearest at first, is cheapest in the end, because
it is more durable and warmer ; and according
to Leibig, so much heat saved is so much meat
gained. It must not be overlooked, however,
that there may be a very great difference be-
tween what is called "firm cloth" and cloth
made of fine wool. Fine wool is our theme ;it
feels pleasant and soft to the touch, and :ias a
rich velvety appearance. There has been a
great demand recently for coarse wool to be
used in the manufacture of common army and
other cloth, but every effort should rather be
made to obtain plenty of cheap fine wool, be
cause it is the warmest and best for clothing.
Writtea fur the Telegraph.
Miss B—s Duatosa.—"l wish I could do
something for our poor soldiers," said Miss B—
wjth an emphasis upon each word which left no
doubt of her earnestness. The newspaper, in
which she had just read another stirring appeal
to our country women for aid In meeting the
many pressing wants of our army, slid from
her knee, and as she idly toyed with the tassel
of her girdle, her thoughts were busy contrast
ing her desire to "do something" with her fan
cied inability; not that she had'nt time to make
hospital cushions, comforts and quilts, for many
hours of every week were devoted to the last
new novel; nor that she d id' nt know how toknit,
for her nimble fingers had crocheted more mats,
tidies, rigolettes, and "bosom Mends," than I
would care to enumerate; but she had no means
with which to purchase heavy stocking yarn,
soft muslin, and flannels, and government did
not furnish willing fingers with those materials .
Ah I if only she had money she would supply
mittens and hose to half a regiment. . Tucked
away in her pocket book, there was thirty dol
lars, sure, but every cent must go for her im
mediate necessities. She must have a new long
cloak, for the pet one of last winter was not of
the fashionable length by six inches; and a
"Rep" dress, she mutt have one also, for
last season they were a aollar and a quarter a
yard, now, they sold at "panic prices," a dollar
and one shilling, and it would be a sin to lose
such a bargain. Then that lovely French
worked collar for three dollars, with cuffs to
match it, was indispensable, and every one
thought it so cheap. But, how her face bright
ens! she remembers having seen a " set" al
most as pretty for "two fifty." She'll take the
latter and save half a dollar. That will buy
two hanks of grey yarn. She'll knit it up these
long winter evenings, and some poor, brave
fellow will profit by her sacrifice. Dear girl,
did you ever hear the story of Mother Bailey's
petticoat ? During the dark days of the Revo
lution, when Fort Griswold fell into the hands
of the British, and the glorious Ledyard died
by his own sword in the hand of the officer
to whom he surrendered . it, Mother Bailey
was a young girl living in Groton. In' the
extreme destitution of the troops, and the
haste for ammunition,- a soldier rode into
the town and begged for flannel for cartridges.
Meeting him in the street, and ascertaining his
errand, she immediately unpinned her petticoat,
stepped out of it, rolled it up and he put it into
his valise and galloped off. History does not
record that she had others and better ones at
home; in fact her after life of poverty rather
precludes the supposition. Her prompt forget
fulness of self has left a record of sufficient
moral r" D°eB not her example "prompt a
wall, Nov. 12.
deeProfemorWood's advertisement in moths;
fleuttogluania Oat) telegraph, tuesbag 'Afternoon, November 12, 1861
Y. M. C. A.—The regular monthly meeting
of the Young Men's Christian Association will
be held at their room, this (Tuesday) evening,
at seven o'clock.
Saturate Fuvuu.— This dreaded disease has
beeen prevailing a a considerable extent in
different parts of the county. Some deaths
have occurred from it, but thus far it has not
proved as fatal as on other occasions.
Worm Orkuuso.—Next Thursday is "open
ing day" at Mrs. A. B. Bickerton's, (formerly
A.. B. Carpenter,) milinary establishment, at the
sign of the two golden eagles, Market street,
near the bridge. Ladies desiring to be fully post
ed in the fashions, and making purchases of any
thing in the millinery line, should make it a
point to be on hand.
Bisuctutsrs AND OTHERS whose business does
not require the attention of a regular book
keeper can have the services of an experienced
accountant in posting and examining books,
drawing off accounts, &c., by addressing Levi
Wolfinger, cm.. Filbert and South s ts.
Tnnws AS THEY Am IN HARRISBURG. —ln these
unsettled times interruption and depression of
business generally, it is pleasant for us to hear
as a common observation from all strangers that
visit our beautiful city, that Harrisburg has
been greatly favored since the commencement
of the war in a business point of view, aad in
this connection Urich & Bowman are determined
to offer such inducements in dry goods as will
meet the abilities of all. South east corner of
Front and Market streets.
SANFORD'S CHALLENGB HBATERS—To set in
Brick, Portable or as Fireplace Heaters. The
most powerful Healers known for warming Dwell
tugs, Churches, Schools, 4c. Bend to LYMAN Gu.-
Bsar, agent at Harrisburg, for a full discription
and an unparalleled mass of testimony.
Ti s COSMOPOLITh parlor coal stove with radi
ating ventilator and gas burning attachment, intro
duced one year ago, already ranks as the lading
stove for Parlors, Sitting Rooms and all places
where a soft pleasant heat is desired; together
with a large assortment of other parlor and
cooking stoves of the best patterns to be had at
the store and tinware establishment of LYKAN
GOMM; Market street. tf.
Fuss, Fuss, Foss.—sl,ooo worth of furs re
ceived from New York auction; 100 fur capes
ane muffs, from $3 up to $l2, worth double ; 26
doz. hoop skirts for 500., 75c. and $1 25 ; 100
cloaks for $2, $2 60, $3 60 "up to $lO, very
cheap. A large assortment of traveling bags,
,gaskets and satchels ; 100 pieces of splendid
dark calico at 8 and 10 cents a yard—of stock
ings we have a full assortment for ladies, men
and children, •woolen agikcotton, at 12k, 18 and
20 cents ; 36 large woo f& blankets ; 03 pieces
canton flannel, at 12} cents ; reu, yellow and
white flannel, very uncap ; 60 pieces of white
curtin fringes at half price ; beautiful. set flow
ers De fairies, at 22 and 25 cents ; received a
new lot of shirt breasts, beautiful styles, at S.
Lewy's wholesale and retail dry good store.
Wholesale buyers we would especially invite to
our large stock, to which we receive additions
most every day from New York auction.
Pim& e Lin PILLS AND PRCONIX Brrnea.—
Free from on Macre/ Poisons.—in mime of Scrofula
Moen, Scurvy, or filruptions of the Skin, the operation
of the Life Medicines Is truly astonishing, often removing
in a few days, every vestige of these loathsome diseases
by their purifying effectis on the blood. Billions Fevers,
Fever and Ague, Dyspepsia, Dropsy, Piles, and in short,
moat ail diseases soon yield to their curative properties ,
So family alienist be without them, as by their timely:
use meek suffering and expense may be saved.
Prepared by WM. B. MOFFAT, M. D., New York, and
for Isle by all Druggists nov9w-ly
The only Harmless and Reliable Dye Known !
All others are mere imitations, and should be avoided
ifyou wish to escape ridicule.
GREY, RED OR Rusty - HAIR dyed instantly to a
beautiful and natural Brown or Black, without the least
injury to Hair or Sant.
FIFfEEN MODALS AND DIPLOMAS have been awar
ded to Wa. A. BATCHELOR Mule 18 9, and over 200,000
applications have been made to the hair of the patrons
of his famous Dye.
Wm. A. BATCHELOR'S HAIR DYE produces a color
not to be distinguished from nature and is WARILENTED
not to Injure in the least, however long it may be contin
ued, and tho ill t Teets of bad Dvas remedied. The hair
is invigorated for llfe by this splendid Dye, which is prop
erly applied at No. 18 dond Street New York.
cold to all the cites end towns of the United States, by
Druggists and Fancy Goods Dealers
The Genuine has the name "William A. Batchelor,"
and address upon a steel plate engraving, on the four
sides of each box.
DR. OHEESEMAN'S PILLS
Prepared by Cornelius L Cheeseman, M. D.,
NEW YORK CITY.
rfilrE combination of ingredients in these
Pills are the remind a long and extensive maim
Th.y are mild in their operation, and certain In correcting
all irregularities, Painftd Menstruation, removing all ob
structions, whether from cold or otherwise, headache,
pain in the side, palpitation of the heart, whites, all ner
vous affections, hysterics, fatigue, pain in the back and
limbs, dm-, disturbed sleep, which arises gum interrup
tion or nature.
TO HARRIED LADIES,
Dr. Cheeseman'a Pills are invaluable, as they will bring
on the monthly period with regularity, Ladies who have
been disappo nted in the use of other Pills can place the
utmost confidence in Dr. Oheettemaa's Pile doing all that
they represent to do;
Ikon it one condition of the female system in which the
Ms cannot be taken withdut producing a PECOLIA R
RESULT. The condition referred to Co PRIMP:ANC I"
the result KLS'OIIIIIIAOK. Such is the irruietibte ten.
the suolidine to restore the sexual fusetions to a
a:nation, that minas reproductive power of na
ture cannot resist it.
Warranted purely vegetable, and bee from anything
injurious. Explicit directions, which should be road ac
company each box. Price $l. Sent by null on enclos
ing Si to OR. Coureutel L. Quass.want, Box 4,631, Post
Moe, New York Qty.
bold by one Drugglstin every town in the United States.
R. B. HE/WHINGE!,
General Agent for the United States.
14 Broadway, New York,
To wboncall wholesale orders should be addressed.
DR• DITFONOO'S GOLDEN PILLS
atlantic n correcting, regulating, ant removing
obatructiona, from whatever cause, and 1-
ways auccesaibi as I preven
PARSE PILLS HAVE BEEN USED BY
the doctors for many years, both in Prance and
America, with unparalleled success in every case; and
he is urged by many thousand ladles who used them to
make the Pills public for the alleviation of those suilbeing
from any irregularities whatever, as well as to prevent
an increase of fatally where health will not permit it.—
Females particularly situated, or thew supposing them.
selvea so, are cautioned against these Pills while in that
condition as they are our i to produce miscarriage, said
the proprietor assumes no responsibility alter this admo
anion, although their mildness would prevent any mis
chief to health—otherwise the Pills are recommended.
Pall and explielt directions accompany each box. Prise
$1 00 per box. Sold wholesale and retail by 8.8. Swims's,
Reading, JtMeett, liouowar Cowous Philadelphia, J,
L Ler Mem; Lebanon, Dam L Ilmienu, Lancaster;
J. A. Weds, Wrightsville ; B. T. Boum, York ; and by
one druggist in every ally and village In the Union, and
I by B. D. Nowa, BOAS proprietor, New York
N. B.—Loot out for counterfeits. Buy no Golden Pills
of any kind unless every box is signed HOW°.AI.
others are a base Imposition and unsafe; therefore, as
you value your lives and health, (to say nothing of ba
ng humbugged out of your money) hay only of those
who show the signature of S. D. Howe on every bo.z,
vadat bee recently been added on amount' of tbe
be* counierlblicitt tiaiV+iwM~fly ":
PURIFY THE BLOOD
HAIR DYE I HAIR DYE 11
Wm. A. Batchelor's Hair Bye !
Wholesale Factory, 81 Barclay St.,
Late 233 Broadway, New York
IMPORTANT TO PICINALES
7T 1 T
HOW LOST, HOW RESTORED
Tun Published in a Sealed Envelope ;
rJ Price 6 ctly: A Lecture on the Nature, Treatment,
and radical Cure of Ppermatorrhum or seminal Weak
ness, Involuntary EXlllsl3iool3, sexual Debility, and Imped
!Vane to marriagegenerally, Nervousness, loneumptlon,
Epilepsy and Fits: Mental and Physical Incapacity, re
selling from self Abuse, &c.—By DoBT. J. CULVER
WELL, M. D., Author of the Green Book de. "A Boon
to Tnousan as of rufferers." sent under seal, in a plain
envelope, to any address, post paid, on receipt of six
cents, or two postage stamps, by Dr. CH. J. C. RUNE,
127 11 -twery,,New York, Post Office, 80x4586.
SOLDIERS' NICK NAME'S,
FOR Sale at
HELLNR'S DRUG AND FANCY STORE
Camp Writing Cases,
Needle or Sewing Came,
Shaving or Razor Cases,
Pocket Ink Stands,
nov. 6-6 t
India Bobber Tobacco Pouches,
Wicker, Leather & Platina Flasks,
Leather Drinking Cups.
Pens, Penholders, Anon& Paper, andEnvelepes.
Soldiers wit' see at a glance sm the place to list an
outfit in small wares is at Ne. 91, Market street.
se See "Fort Bakens" in the window. niMi-ti •
THIS Company are now at Darnetown,
Maryland in Gen. Bank's Division, and number , 91
men neirly all of Whom are residents of Dauphin coun
ty. 10 more men are wanted to 011 sip the Company' to
the maximum standard of Pl. men. Persons intending
to enter the military service, will uprn application to toe
undersigned, e found to suitable board and Quarters,
until the fug number is obtained, when clothing and
.eulpments will be procured for them and transportation
turn abed to enable them to join the Company.
W. B. VMRBFRE,
Black and Second Mourning
DRESS GOODS, &O.
Black and Park's Tamlac Cloth- 4, 11k and Wool,
Plain Black Camels Bair Cloth, Fxtra
Black and Purple Rug Velane Rem
Lupin's Superior Quality Merinos & Cashmeres,
Pkm Black & B k & Gray Worsted Poplins,
Black Embord.red Emeline Cloths, New,
Purple and Black Figured Cashmeres,
Lupins Extra 6 4 All Wool Celaines o
Plain Black Chintzu.,
Sueerior make of Alpaccae„
Very Beat make or Bombazines,
Black & White All Wool Detainee,
Turin Cloths, New Ar ticle,
Plain P.gured Bonaire,
Second Mourning Chintzes,
Delaines, &c„ &c., &o.
Emu Ammo BLACK Eva. REP. Slurs,
:lIPIRIOR BLACK AND WRITS 11.10oRmvid SILKS
dO PURPLIAND BLACK do do
A great many additions of new and desirable
articles In the MISS GOODS LINE are made daily -
Long 16 417-4 Thibbet Shawls,
ggnare do do
do and Long French Blanket Shawls,
Neat & Broken Brd. do do
emending Flannels and Cashmeres,
do Paramettas and Coburgs,
Black Gauntletta and Gloves.
Grey Mixed Gaunt'attained Gloves,
Black Bordered Handkerchiefs (all kinds,)
Silk and Cotton Hosiery, (black,)
24 Mourning Collars and Sleeved,
Balmoral Skirts, (suitable for mourning.)
Oar stock of "ALL GOODS OF THIS KIND" 18
now complete and we would respectfully ask the
inspection of buyers.
CATHCART & BROITIRR,
nog Next door to the Harrisburg Bank.
THREE STEAM ENGINES FOR SALE.
THE 'undersigned offers for sale ONE
NEW 30 HORSE ENGINE, and two Becondaand
engines of smaller size, The engines will be sold cheap
for each or approved paper. Apply at the Steam Sri.
gine Works, Sixth street, between Walnut and ktirket,
Harrisburg, Pa. JACOB M
200 OVERCOATS, 500 Suits of good
Second hand Clothing, includieg hats, caps,
boots and shoes, also household and kitenen furniture of
every discription for which a fan• price in cash will be
paid at the Auction 'Store, No. 84, on the south corner of
Second ind Chestnut streets in this city.
novs-dBt-to-tham City Auctioneer.
ALL peons indebted to the Estate of
John. B. Thompson, late of Harrisbure, deceased.
are required to make p tyment to the Bohan, fiber, and all
persons having claims against the said decedent, will Pre
sent them for settlement, to Hamilton Alricks, Esq., of
Harrivorg, or to GEO. W. 81.1190Y8R,
Administrator on the Estate of John B. Thompson de
Lancaster, Pa., Oct. 29, 1861.—dtitoaw*
TTIHE undersigned wishes taemploy,
medlately, TORRE HIINDRBO BHOHMARBRS, to
fit. and bottom Hivalry Boots, to whom the highest wages
a ill be paid.
Prices for btu 25 cents, for bott)ming 75 cents.
" JONATHAN CORNMAN.
Carlisle, Pa. , Oot. 20,136L-d2w
FOR RENT.—The farm now occupied
by John Loban, adjoining Camp Curtin. Posse -
blue given on the first of April next.
oetWi GEORGE W. PORTER.
TWO good Horses, one suitable as a
family horse, the other as a draught horse. Re
quire or George Hutuagte, Thud street, between Market
and Walnut, eurke's Row. , nee.dtf
ATS ! OATS 1 1 Cash paid for Oats
kJ by JAMES M. WEBBLER.
DAILY NM LINES
Lomr. Revs*, Jeßesnr Sawa, Wruwtsrowr, Muer,
Unicurroray WATHONTOWS MILTON t.IIT/511UNGI,
GrAIONONIOWN L ImmaIows, 'Lusa-
BUG, HunrAx, DAUPHIN,
The , Philadelphia Depot being centrally located the
Drayage will be at the lowest rates. A Conductor" goes
through with each train to attend to the safe delivery of
all goods entrusted te the line. Goode delivered at the
FARM WARD & FREED No 811 Mark et Steet, Phtla
delPhia, by 5 o'clock M., will be celivered
liarriaburg the next moraine,.
Freight (always) as low as by any other ,ine.
Particular attention paid by this line to prompt moo
speedy delivery of all Harrlabor oods.
The undersigned thankful for past patron e hopes by
strict attention to business to merit a cone illation of the
ILENRY PE FP ER.
(OFFICE-THIRD STREET, (SHELL'S ROW,
Roam; Matsui street near Fourth.
=RE I SMOKE 1 I SMOKE 1 1 I—lt
not. okleotionible whoa from II CIGAR proltused 18
DRUG STOPS, 91 Mika Meet.
Bogllsh urepd Vella, (every elze,)
New Style Crepe Veils (very dwdrable)
do tirenadlue do do
Philadelphia and Readin
Feat of Market Stroe ii.TrlAberg
Assignees' Sale of Real Estate.
TE bUESCRIBERS' will sell by public
outcry at the Court House, at Harrisburg, on %tor
day the 16M day of Nove tuber nest, at two o'clock P
The Farm of John Wallower, Senior, consisting of IS6
acres, situated in Susquehanna township, about three
unites from Harrisburg, aCydrong lands of John H. Fox,
John Zinn and others.
'there ara erected OD the Farm a large Two Story Stone
Rouge, a Beek Sara, Tenant Houses, Stables, &o.
There is also a large orchard of apple, pear, peach and
cherry trees of choice varieties in excellent bearing 01.
Also, several veins el gco I time stone, which have
been and can be worked to advantage.
The property will be sold In a body or in panels to
Conditions will be liberal and be asnounced on day of
Mere will also be ottwed for sale at the same time and
place the undivided hall interest of 160 acres of Coal
Lands situated on the Short Mountain, in Lykesa Valley,
A. 0. HIESTER.
O. F. MUNCH,
oct9 Stoawd-wte assignees.
Lancaster intelitericer and Carlinle Herald Insert three
times and send bill to this (ace Immediately.
FOR SALE OF RENT.
filEtE undersigned offers for sale or rent,
1. his Distillery below Harr Mori, between the Penn
sylvania Railroad and the Susquehanna river, with steam
engine, pig pen, railroad siding and &boat eight acres of
ground. Terms low. Apply to J 0. Bomberger, Esq .,
Cashier of the Mee.htulloe• Savings Bank, Bartlsburg, or
to JACOB LsIBY,
00128-411 mo Mildthetown.
COAL! COAL ! I
$3, AND $,2 25 PER TON OF 2,0001,138
O. D. FORSTER,
IFFICE No. 74, Market Street, yard on
/ the Canal, foot of North street, Wholesale and Re
tail dealer to
• WlLEffild REA
RVIVB I' and;
BROAD 20P COAL
Famlies and Dealers may rely upon obtaining a Orstprate
article, and full weight, at the lowest rates. Orders
promptly attended to. A hberal diaeount made to pur
chasers paying for the coal when ordered.
Present price, $3 ■nd $2 23 per ton.
Harrisburg, Oct. 25.—d3m
SHIRTS I SHIRTS 11 SHIRTS 1! 1
" .1 • Z7M Mr I
THE undersigned having opened his
Manufactory of undersigned
IN N 0.12 West Haricot
street, Harrisburg, Pa , mos ;respectfully solicits the
patronage and attention of the Ladies '
Merchants to the following assortment of goods all of
which are our own manufacture :
it 2., ho. ho., ho.,
Also the particular attention oT the ladles to our large
assortment of under garments Ac. , (from the latest im
proved London and Paris styles,) LIShiN COLLARS,
CUFFS, sgrro Sm., in great varieties, all of which being
our own mauountotere we will sell cheaper than can be
Persons desirous of furnishing their own materials, can
have cutting, sewing &c., of every variety done accord.
lug to order. Ali of the above named goods for Genie wear,
we will make to measure, guaranteeing to At, and give
entire satisfaction to the purchaser for style. durability
and m terlal. All special orders will be promptly at
tended to upon the shortest notice and most reasonable
terms. Also Merchants supplied upon the most reason
P. S. Ladies wishing skirts or under garments of any
discription, can have them made to order by sending
sample of such kinds as may be desired.
JAMES A. LYNN,
No. 12, Market street,
au29-tiBm Harrisburg, Pa.
Rooms next door to Hummel &11111Ingees Grocery
A large assortment of Gentlemen' Furnishing Goods
Ago , in addition to the above can always be found obeap
STATE Street near Third street, a few
doors below Brady's Hotel, tirriisbarg. A Bee
new Hearse Beady made Coffins always oil hand and
neatly finished to order. Silver plates, am. Terms rea
sonable. • [su3o-ania] C. BLUR.
FOR THE ARMY,
Beds, Pillows, Blankets. Coats; Cups,
Leggin", prinking Cups, &c.,
FOR BALE BY
WM . S. SHAFFER,
North Side Market Square, near Buehler's Hotel,
DR. T. J. MILES,
OFFERS hie services to the citizens o
JP' Harrisburg and Its Tit:kitty. He solicits a share o
the public patronage, and gives assurance that his best
endeavors shall be given to rend r satisfaction In his pro
fession. Being an old, well tried centist, he feels safe in
nviting the public generally to call on him, assuring
hem that they will not be dissatisfied with his services,
Office No. VS Market street, In the house formerly oc
cupied by Jacob R. Eby, near the United States Hotel,
Harrisburs. Pa- mvB-41v
PALM LEAF MATTRESSES,
COITON TOP MATTRESSES,
CAMP STOOLS &0., Ac.,
Oa baud sad for sale at We very lowest rates for caeb.
Bair Mattresses mad Spring Bottoms made to order.
HAIR MATTRESSES &c.,
Reratred and made equal to new very reatottab le, all
No. 109, Market street, between Four th ant Fifth, by
oet9.2md J. T. BARNITZ.
Harrisburg Blind Manufactory.
SECOND STREET BELOW CIJ.ESTNIIT.
VENITIAN BLINDS made to order, and
all repining neatly and expednitously d me. rer
.-mus at a diutance can nave their work done by addres
sing a let.er to toe undersigned. Thancful for past pat
ronage be bopes;by strict atten,ton to business, to merit
a continuance of the same. ya-Sadsfaction guaranteed
botti.as to prices and work...ft
COAL ! COAL ! COLL !
i 'HE subscriber is now prepared to de
liver to the catismi of Harrisburg either by the
Car, Boat, Load or single Ton, the choked' kind of Wilke.
bane, Sunbury, Ly kens Valley aim Pinegrove Coal,
hauled out by the Patent Weigh Cart, and full weight
guarenteed. Orders left at my Maze, 4th and Market
will receive prompt attention.
Harrisburg, Oct. 30, 1861.—Owd*
WRULEBALE and RETAIL DEALER
In Confectionary, Foreign and Domestic Fruit.—
Fit" Dates, Prunes, Raisins. and Nuts of all Wads.--
Fresh and zial tFish, Soap, Dandles, Vinegar Spio.s, To
beano, Sugars and Country Produce in general, Market
street, next door to Parke Tiouse, also Corder Third and
ont2B-dsm JOHN WISE.
COAL I LORBERRY COAL I !
THOSE who want the real 'Genuine Old
Fashioned Pinegrove Coal from the Lorberry Mines
(by the oar load or otherwise.) apply td
GEO. GARVIDRICH, Jr.,
S. ar. S. Railroad office.
HAIR, TOOTH, NAIL, CLOTH, HAT,
JAMES and INFANT BIWEIHIP Ingress Yarleiy
id, WILLEM DRUG AND FANCY
E LIXIR PROPYIAMINE,
THE NEW REMEDY 1r.71
A NEW REMEDY, 1 .
A CERTAIN' REMEDY, 5 "R
EhrEVRIATLIM OR EVE el" BIRD;
No NIT= HOW stuasoor,
HOW LONG bTANDING.
WILL OMNI:MR IT,
WILL CURE IT,
WHAT IT HAD DONE,
IT WILL DO AGAIN,
THE BEST TESTIMONY,
BEST EADIOAL AUTHORITY
Toon Ormasx. Hoarrem, IterOairs.]
Max 79, lBBo,—Ellea S., wt. 28, single, commons very
strong. Two years ago she had an attack of acute thalami
dem, from which site was confined to her bed for two weeks
and subseqe,nt y from &relapse for four more. She has bees
well since then till lest Saturday, while engaged in house
cleaning, she look cold, had pain In her back. Nit cold,
hot had so decided chill. Two days later her ankles bar
gen so swell, which was followed by swelling of the
Knee jo - nia and of the hands. She has now doll
pain in her shoulders, and her knuckles are very tender,
red and painful ; both hands are affected but the right
is MO' t so. Thi., then, is a case of acute Tbsomatimit, or k
as it in now fashionably called, rheumatic fever. Itis
well remarked typical ease We will carefully watch the
ems, and from time to time call your attention to the vast
oda symptoms which present themselves. My chief Oset,
in bringing her before you now, is to call attention td a
remedy which has recently been recommended in the
treatment of rim:math m. I arse propylantioe. Dr.
Awenarlus, of St Petersburg, recommends it in the
highest terms, having derived great oenellt from Its use
in 250 cases which came under his care. Various com
mendatory testimonials respecting it have appeared In
our journals, and I propose therefore to give it another
trial I must confess lam always incredulous as to the
worth of new remedies, which are vaunted as opacities;
but this comes to us recommended so highly, that we
are bound to give it a trial.
SAME CASE FOUR DAYS LATER I
MAT 23,1880.—1 will now exhibit to you the Patiebtihr
whom I pr,scribed Propytamioe, and wad then labor.
log under an attack of acute rheumatism. abe has
steadily taken it in doses of three grains every two bona
(intermitting it at night.) The day after you saw her, I
Mend her much more comfortable, better than she ex
pected to be for a week or more, judging from her other
attars. ('he patient now indite., tutu the room) The
Improvement has steadily progressed, and you causal
fall to notice a marked change to the appearanoe of her
joints, which are now nearly all of their natural Mae —.
Thus far our experiment would have seemed very sem
ceslful ; but, gentlzmeo, we must wall a Buis while be
fore we can give a declued opinion ea to what is to be
Here is anouher patient who wee placed on the use of
the same medicine on Sunday last ; she has long been
suffering Prom o trout° rheumatism, find I round her at
that time with an acute attack supervening upon her
chronic affection. The wristi and knuckles were much
swollen and tv se. She took the cbiorolo or ffroPTin
mum to three grata do-es every two hours, aid you will
perceive that the swelling of the Joints has much Malta
MAX 26,11360.—n:11s is the case of acute rheumatism
treater with propylamine. the Bret of those to which I
&tied your auentiun at our last clinic. rare is at 11 very
comfortable, and. Is now I ging three grains thric daily.
In this case it has seemed to be followed by very sat.
lefactory resells. The second o.ee to which your atten.
duo was called at our last lecture, has also continued to
do wel I. I will now bring before you a very character.
istic case of acute rheumatism, and if the result be sat
fsctory, I think, as good jurymen, we snail justly render
our verdict In Gros of proisylemute.
He ix a seaman, wt. 26, who was admitted a few days
ego. Has has °sessional rheumatic pains, but not so as
t, keep his bed, until eight days ago. The pains began
in his tight knee, subsequently affected the left knee, and
later, the Jonas or the twper extremities. These Joints
are all swollen, tense and tender. His tongue it furred ;
his skin, at present dry, though there has been much
sweating. His pulse Is fall and strong, and about 90.
Re hes now used propylandoe fir twenty-four hours.
This gentleman is what may be called a strictly typical
case of acute rheumatism. There was exposure t • cold
and wet, and this exposure Is followed by shelties of
coldness, seers° articular pain, beginning, MO it usually
does, in the lower Joints. 'there is feveGend the prates
sweating, so genera ly &Mondani. on will rheumatism.
I did not bring this patient trefers you with the inten
tion of giving you a lecture on all the points connected
with rheumatism, but to scale give a trial to the
new remedy we are testing, and to axle% to you this
typical ism, as I have Gelled it, than wench there 00 old
nut be a fairer opportunity for testing the medicine In
question. We are, therefore, avoiding the use of an
other medicines, eves ancayncin, chat their., may be no
misgivings as to Which was the efficient remedy. Yoe
shall see the case of a future Miele.
A FAVORABLE VERDICT
Irma 9, 1860.—The next of our convalescents is the
case of acute rheumatism before you at our clinic of May
213th, which I thou called a typical case, and which It
was remarked was a fair opportunity fur testing the
worth 01 our new remedy, It was therefore steadily
given in three grain doses every two hours for roar days.
The palm:ldies got along very nicely, and is now able to
alk about, as you see. Ido not hesitate to a.y that /
have nevea seen as severe a case of acute rhea omit=
so soou restored to health as this man has 'been, and
without being preparedio decide positive as to the val
ue of the remedy we have used, I feel bound to state
that in the cases to which we have tried the Chloride of
Propyiemloe, the pa loots ti ,va retained their health
much earlier than under the treatment ordinarily pur
sued. I wish gentlemen, you wimid yourselves try it,
and report the results.
For a full report of which the above is a eondensei
extract, see the Philadelphia Medical and Surgical
porter. . It is the report after a fair trial by the beatmed
ical authority In this country, and makes it unascessary
to give numerous c ertificates from astonished doctors
and rejoicing patients.
A SPEEDY CURE,
AN kn. ECTUAL CURE.
fLIE SAKE RESULT
WHAT IT HAS DONE,
Bullock & Crenshaw, a Arm well known to most medi
cal men, by whom the Mixlr Propylamlne has been In•
troduced, have sold : to us the exclusive right to minutia
turn it according to the original recipe, and we have
made arrangements of Inch magnitude ea to enable tut
to scatter It broadcast amongst cuff! ring hunmalky.
A. WORD TO DOCTORS.
If you prefer to use the same remedy in =Mbar form
we invite your attention to the
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PURE PROPILMNI CONCIDITRATID,
of which we are the tole manufacturers.
sirWe claim no other virtue for the Elixir Pnwylantino
than is contained in Pure Cryan/.Lead Chloride of Prow-
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