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TUMMY Morning. November 12, 1881,
MAN'S FOOT FOUND.—The Philadelphia Bulls
tin of last Saturday says, that on last Friday the
foot of a man was found in front of the engine
house of the Pennsylvania Railroad at West,
Philadelphia, and supposes it to have belonged
to the Irishman Flannigan, who was run over
b the cars below this city last Thursday.
MOST OF A DES6RTsII.—A man named John
Wells, a private in Capt. Mat shall's company
of volunteers, stationed near Chain Bridge on
the Potomac, was wreath i on Sunday at Moan
icsburg, Cumberland county, by officer Camp
bell, of this city, charged with being a deserter.
He was brought to this city, and confined in the
Lock -up to await the requisition of the captain
of his company.
HON. William A. .2RABB, well known in this
city, died last Saturday morning at his residence
in Philadelphia, aged 49 years. Mr. Orabb was
f or merly very well known as a poligolan, and
represented Philadelphia for a rthillnard yeiio
in the Sloth Sande. He was a man of wow
and great activity of mind. But both mind
and body have hog been impaired, and be has
not lately figured in any public capacity.
Flax—The alarm of fire about nine o'clock
yestertily was occasioned by the puttsl
burning of the flooring on the second story or
the roof of John Miller's grocery store in East
State street. The fire is supposed to have ori
ginated from an over-heated stove pipe passing
through the flooring or roof without the neces
sary protection. A timely application of a few
buckets of water extinguished the flames before
auy great amount of damage was done.
FIREDIA.N . B BALL—The first annual Ball of the
Good Will Fire company is advertised to take
place at Brant's Hall, next Monday night. The
managers are making extensivOarrangements
for the occasion, and judging from their expe
rience in such matters, we have no doubt it
will be a very entertaining affair. - The proceeds
of the ball are to be applied by the company to
the payment of the debt still due on their new
Batton Engine, and we bespeak for them the
liberal support of our community.
Tam QUAUTKIXASTEt GiNIMAL of Pennsyl
vania acknowledges the following donations for
the comfort of the soldiers at Camp Curtin :
From Halfmoon township, Centre county, Miss
Lydia Thompson, two blankets; Mrs. E. Hun
ter, two, blankets ; Miss Julian Wilson, two
blankets. From Washington, Washington coun
ty, Mrs. Chambers, one blanket ; Mrs. Wm.
Dineman, one blanket; Mrs. Betstiiticiwan, one
blanket; two blankets unknown.
R. O. EWA, Q. M. a
HARRISBURG, Nov. 9, 1861.
Poucc—Before the Mayor.—"Whisky
an Irish Biddy, with a tongue as sharp as her
nose—was arraigned for the offences of drunken
geSB. Sent to prison for twenty days.
Beare Aedkrstaa Peffer.—A Gamma woman
named Mrs. Eckstein, who keeps a lager beer
saloon somewhere in Race street, at the lower
end of the city, was arraigneil cluFged with
having passed a counterfeit five dollar Harrhi
burg Bank bill, on a butcher named John
Paulis. Sent to prison to answer. Mrs. Eck
stein, if we mistake not, is already under bail
for keeping a disorderly drinking house.
SOARCIITY 07 MALE TZLOILIBiI. —The superin
tendent of schools, for Cambria county, states that
a great scarcity of male teachers now exists in
that district. This is partly owing to the cut
ting down of teachers' wages, but mainly to the
enlistment of so many of our best teachers in
the ranks of the federal army. As one conse
quence of this scarcity, a greater proportion of
females has been employed by the directors
than in any preceding year, at least one•third
of the teachers of the county already employed
being ladies. In this respect, at least, if not in
all others, the girls of Cambria county have
" gained by the war."
WARNING TO RECRUITING OETlCERlL—lnfonna
lion having reached the Secretary of War that
it is not unusual for officers and others belong
ing to different regiments to induce soldiers to
desert from one regiment or company for the
purpose of joining another, the Adjutant Gene
ral has directed a letter upon the subject to be
addressed to an officer who has been engaged in
this practice. It is intended to serve as a guide
to others. The following is the substance of
the letter : For a soldier to enlist in any regi
ment, troop or company, without a regular dis
charge from his proper regiment, troop or com
pany, is desertion, punishable with death in
time of war. To induce or persuade him to
such desertion, or even to advise him in it, is
also punishable with death. For failing to con
fine or deliver up such deserter, a commissioned
officer is to be cashiered.
Tat ISIIMAELIT E local reporter of the Patriot
and U111.07i came at us yesterday with his
usual filthy vehicle surcharged with nauseous
bl ackguardism and unqualified lies. One would
Lave supposed that the signal rebuke he receiv
ed at the hands of a former local editor of this
Pallet would have taught him at least common
decency, but the monitions of experience seems
as effectually wasted upon him as pearls would
ix wasted if cast before a hog. The fact
is, it the nature of the brute to indulge in in
famous vituperation, just as essentially as it is
the nature of a snake to bite. He cannot en
tertain, even for a moment, a vagrant inclina
tion to pursue an honorable course ; and we
record it as our consciencious conviction that no
elevated sentiment ever can acquire a perman
elit l odgement in his callous breast without first 4l , 4k
ilig off its allienship by taking out letters
oat uralization. Like the wretch who is sus
aa a pickpocket, a sort of acknowledged
v,144 1/r4 0t449 surrounds him, and at his very aP
u2i honest men instinctively put their hands
" th eir pockets to see that their wallets are
°-clare• Verily it argues much for the charity of
our Nice officers that they
lets not long since
been i nduced to remove him beyond the city
4 ? virtue of that power Wilch thiir*
-""w abatepribliozalmuxe. an
BNIVRII JUDGI6.--The Return Judges from
the several election districts in Dauphin county
will meet in the Court House in this city, at 2
o'clock this afternoon, to count the - army
Tote, and issue certificates of election to the
new officers chosen.
Cami or Taszim.—The undersigned respect.
fully returns his thanks to the Fire Department
of the city, fOr their promptitude and willing
ness to render 'service during the fire at his
store in East State street yesterday.
BartaOsu ACMisoci.—On Friday last, an en
gineer of a freight *tdin, on the Pennsylvania
imiriedNilliam Jackson, was severely
injured, by a cat in the head, received while
passihg the station house at Huntingdon. He
wit **ink out; SIMI his head came in contact
with the 'Wilding.
Tea 4tuurniraPAL 44anuoan.—The Pittsburg
Oman& says that the Pennsylvania Railroad is
now receiving intight from the west again, but
in moderate quantities. The road only receives
river freight through her regular agencies at
river point's, they having instructions as to the
tonnage_ta_ be sent weetily,wbile the trade
reattkitAtker b 7. wdi must be oontr*red by the
mended of the two delivering western roads at
,Pittsburg, which two roads, commanding the
access to Pittsburg troin the weal by rail, must
limit and distribute the proportions of the trade
that each of their connections further west may
Mart so at to "void bringing any more to Pitts
burg than they ininv'the Pennsylvaziki Railroad
Onin take from them.
Cot. Szaza's RIGIICIET.—The foul-mouthed
TOW " of the Unien,with his peculiar inclina
tion to distort the truth, yesterday stated
that Col. Thomas A. Seigle's regiment, at Camp
Cameron had been disbanded, and three of the
companies composing it transfered to the regi
intuit of Col. Richard White, at Camp Curtin,
and the remainder to Col. Power's Zouaves.—
The statement is a malicious lie, concocted by
the 7ahmaelito soribler to injure an honest,
gentlemanly and upright officer. Col. Seigle
bas now six full companies under his command
to which two more will be added in the course
of a few days, when the regiment will be mov
ed to Washington, and there filled up to the
Ten "Loom" of the Patriot and Union, to
glut his hyena-like rapacity for foul, loathsome
and putrid detection, a few days ago, stated
that poor, but highly respectable °Wean
Of this city, had been connived to the county
alm's house as a hopeless lunatic 1 Such
a startling announcement was well calculated
to increase the grief of an already heavily
itricken ftunily, and yet when beseeched by the
fond and endearing wife of the citizen to correct
the misrepresentation( the callous-hearted vi
tuperator turned a deaf ear to har appeal, and
with a fiendish laugh. as if the murder of char
acter was baba matter of small moment, set
iiciwn to brood over soma new mode of elaught
king reputation togotify his insatiable hatred
to honest and vtitt I**. What Unite has
the law or public opinion for such a remorseless
vagabond t Well may our citizens who have
property that is dear to them, and wives and
daughters that chitin their affections, shun the
path of this lehoutelite, for they know not at
ghat hour the reptile may thrust itself over
the threshold of their sanctuaries and poison and
point° all the hallowed endearments of domestic
Is a Ban Fa.—The Philadelphia Evening
litalelin of Saturday says that for several days
the supply of water has been cut off from the
basement of their building and much perplexity
as welt as annoyance and Inconvenience was
caused to the establishment by the accident.
The fires under the, boiler bad to , be extitopdth
ed, and the street hid to he 'kin up in order to
ascertain the cause of the obstruction. lest
Saturday morning upon disconnecting the sup
ply pipe at the street the mystery was ex
plained. an eel, fifteen inches in length, which
bad been wriggling along through the iron
Pipe, seems to have been actuated by a curiosity
do see what was going on upon' the premises,
for he turned into the private conduit of the
Adidas. The fish was either larger than he
was himself aware of, or the pipe was smaller
than he imagined, for, after getting about one
half of his length in he stuck fast, and all his
efforts to back out proved abortive—he perished
ingloriously in the attempt. The removal of
his eehhip relieved the establishment of the
inconvenient drought which it had suffered for
Tam Impawnsios.-11 is a miserable propen
illy that gloats over the dark side of affairs,
and employs itself in choking up every chink
and crany through which a ray of hopeful light
can creep in to comfort a body. The day may
be full of storm and tempest ; but when did a
gale blow forever ? The night may be pitchy
dark; but when has the blessed morning failed
to coma? Never, verily. . Worry ourselves as
we may, there is a benificent'Being at the helm
of the universe, "whose tender mercies are
over all his works." What though he sends a
day of cloud, the next day's sunlight is all the
brighter for it, what though he vouchsafes a
week of pela, hew much more richly do we
enjoy the months and years of health that fol
Certes, it is sorely trying to the flesh of an en
terprising man to find badness lig, while day
after day steals slowly along and brings nothing
to call into play his energies of mind or body.
But will grumbling help the case f Not a whit.
Let him go to work and mend matters if he
can ; but if he cannot, which is tolerably prob
able, let him console himself with the reflec
tion that he isnot at fault and be thankfal that
affairs are no WOlllO. A gook time is coming
and will come early or late, and. impatience will
not hurry it along.
In the meantime, let us all feel, and speak ,
hopefully It is good philosophy and better
041L41,_. 04 will pay well in comfort, and,
lirfiA likeiljtjd Elms, i t
oisuilltil 4* Vi ttlieliiiilbtiiitthglakialAr. ,
fie be it.
Ptimi2luttititz fiDM4) ttlegraph, ett6Mvii .#lonting, Noutinba 12, 1861.
FALL awn Winn Aitussurrs.—The Sprirag:
field Republican—to which we are indebted for
many a good thing- 7 makes the following sug
gestions in regard to fall and winter amusements
which we make of for the benefit of our
amusement loving readers. The people of the
Nothern States are not going to forego their
usual cold weather amusements the coming
season, on account of the war, and even if such
a thing were possible, it would not by any
means be desirable. Those who labor physical
ly or mentally, will need their usual relaxation
and recreation as much as ever, and surely we
are not yet so much reduced by the war that
our usual amusements must be deemed ill-timed
or in bad taste. But at the same time it would
be well if the balls and parties and sleigh -rides
might be merged in some other form of amuse
ment, which would be equally pleasant, and at
the same time have a patriotic intik to fur
nish our soldiers with clothing and other need
ful articles. This double object might be ob
tained by the introduction of social meetings,
"sociablea," into every village or every school
district, where young and old might come to
gether and work for the soldiers, and have a
social time. A series of. , such meetings, held
every one or two weeks during the win*,
would be productive of much good tiktbe letei
• who are fstiats.ccir - Dattles fetus, and
would be tho sourei of much isle/nil enjoy
ment besides. Such social:des might be
started in any village if some patriotically
inclined individual would take hold of the
metier, and it balls and such costly amuse
ment& could be dispensed with this winter, and
all them devote their surplus fuedS to the
good of the soldiers, and at the same time have
all their customary enjoyment by carrying into
!pact some plan like the above, it would be a
consummation very much to be &Shed.
WINTER OPEN/NO.NeXt Tillintbiji is "open
ing day" at bliss Bickerton's, formerly Mrs. A.
B. Corpenter, 'Whinny; establishment, at the
sign of the two golden eagles Market street,
near the bridge. Ladies desirin g to De fully pdet
ed in the fashions, and making purchaseivot any
thing in the millinery line, should drake it a
point to be on hand.
A. M. Spoo,trio will open on, Taesday i ltor
12th, it'handsoiniaasortment of 'Winter Milli
Ifizanaerms AND mums whose business does
not require the attention of a regular book
keeper, can have the services of an experienced
amountant in posting and am:ailing books,
drawing off accounts, St.c., by addressing Levi
Wollinger, cor. Filbert and boa& s is.
ZYttxaseaMir ABA XIE ALBILLIBITita.—In these
unsettled times interruption and depression of
business generally, it is pleasant for us to bear
as a common obeervation front strangers that
visit our beautiftil city, that liarrisu,arg has
been greatly favored &nee the commencement
of the war in a business point of view, and in
this connection Urich & Bowman are deteimined
to offer such inducements in dry goods as will
meet the abilities of all. South east corner of
Front and Market streets.
Saturten'scia set in
*Mir; Ptirtable.ol sit ZlMMacti Beaters. The
incatpinsiiird irsatirs ividining Drafti
ng, (Aura* &Imola, 4rc Bend to Musa Gu.-
furs; %put at tiarriaburg, for a fall cliscriptlaa
Mid an unparalleled mass of testimony.
Taw Coisuorows parlor coal:
„ve with radi
ating vintriathr mid gas biernini
doted one year ago, already ranks as the karkiv
stove for Parlors, Wang llama and all places
where a soft pleasant heat is neared; together
wan a large „iumortment a of other parlor anti
e( 06414 §foris th i.t. be i t P a ltita : t4S /I PA_
_ t at
the mum kauWpim : Watt mit 'a LiA&MI
Limiumr, Idaiket street. tf.
Foss, Fuis, rusts.—sl,ooo wOr.th',or furs re
ceived from New York. auction ; 100 fur capes
ane mugs, from $3 up ,to $1; worth cipOle.; 20
dos: hooi: Ants tot 69e., pc. and $1 26;'; 'l9O
cloaks for $2, $2.760; t 3. 00 up' to 410, vet*
cheap. A large assortment of traveling bags,
baskets and , satchels ; 100 pieces of splendid
dark calico at 8 and 10 cents a yard—of stock
ings we, hitve 0 111 lisein'iment.l o .ciadittAt men
and children, woolen cotton, at 4148 and
20 cents ; 86 - laige woolen blaial' tots ; et/ - pieces
canton flannel, at 12} cents ; reu, yellow and
white flannel, very cneap, 60 pieces of white
curon fringes at half price ; beautitut set flow
ers De Lamps, at 2* and _ *cents ;
new lot of shirt bleasts, beautitul stOss, at g.
wholesale, aPfit retail. ,c 47: 8 4- 4 0 4 store-
Wholesale buYers we would topectilly invite to
our large stock, to which ,we receive additions
most every day" froinNew'York"auction.
Bee Professor Wood's advertisement in another
PIRIFY. THE ELQOp.
•••• • ••,.1- •.;; •
Mbner's mum 416 -terms ~
Ira frost all Mineral Poisons.—ln oases of Scrofula.
Mftrs, Scurvy, or Eruptions of the Skin, the operation
Of the Life Medicines is truly astonishing, often removing
in a few days, every vestige of Owe lintthileme, dilniNllll
by their pacifying eftota on the blood. 'BUlioailrevers,
fever and Agee, Alepepala c kiropsyi.dlise,,enept abort,
most ail diseases soon pea to ihifr• - arii.Mve properties
No dually should be withoutthem, as.. by their timely
Use mush suffering
and expenslerpay be saved .:.
Prepared by WM. 11,110TPAT, JL D., , New and
for silo by all Ern: LIME _ novilway
HOW LOST,. HOW - 111STOtElY
TUST Published in a Sealed Envelope
to Price 6 ots : Lecture on the Nature, Treatment,
and radial Onre of Sperniatorrhola or seminal Weak
ness, Involuntary Entisidens, Sexual Debility, and Imped
imenta to Marriage generally, Nervonanws„ Consumption,
Epilepsy and fats : !dental and Physical limrianity, re.
milling Crime self Abuse, go.—By, EOM. J. CUL VER.
WELL, K. D., Author of the Grout Book dia. "A Boon
to ThousanJa of sufferers," sent under seal, in a plain
envelope, to any addreas, pod 'paid, on receipt of six
cents, or two postage stamp,,, by Dr. CIL J. O. lIIJNA
127 flowery, New Port, Post Ogles, 80x4686.
Hennantri.Bein, Nov. 5,1851.
rIpHE Board of Directors declared,to-day,
1 a dividend of lour* cent. fortielaoi elz mouths;
payable on demand. ► J. W. Milli,
EMPTY BAREBLS.—Two Hundred
Empty near, Boor and Wine easrebi of all do
lariptions and prises.
CIDER 111 VINEGAR I 1!
MADE from choice and selected Apples,
and gtuwanteed by me to be Meetly pant .
el2-d WM. DOOR k 00.
HARRLSBURG and PHILADELPH I A.
Yirst. S Burk Apdst, 812 Mark; aivid• Pte;
phis, farm* Lisispitos it Co.
tLit hi. ocial Conductor in chow of each
alt ltellhol et the ItoNle, Pb
4 14 °Week P. , 111.; will be tletteered Barite
Ilit#lllj. J. watungsgi, ja, ma;
ver/14111 Phse Bootleg Dor* larrW-Erg.
Mi. DOCK JR. & OU
HAIR DYE I HAIR. DYE 11
Win. A. Batchelor's Hair Dye
The only ilarmiess and Reliable Dye Known !
All others are mere imitations, and should be avoided
ifyon wish ti escape riticule.
GREY, Rid) OR RUSTY HAIR dyed instantly to a
beautiful anti natural Blown or Black, without the least
injuryto Hoe or Skin.
BIa i TEEN Y O AND DIPIABAS halo been.awar
dad. to ,Wst A. RAtilestait slam 18.0, and over 200,000
applications have been made to the hair of the patrons
of his &mots Dye.
Wit. A. BATCHELOR'S HAIR DYE produces a color
not to be ilatingulaben from nature and is wanes:wren
not to injureln the least, however long it may be contin
ued, and thi 1U t Emus of bad Dv as remedied. The hair
Is invigorated for life by this splendid Dye, which is prop
erly apuliedat No. 16 Bond Street New York.
_ . .
Bold in &Utile cites and towns of the United States, by
Druggists snit Fancy Goods Dealers
The Gent* has the name "William A. Batebelor,"
and address upon a steel plate engraving, on the four
aides of eaclObox.
A CARD 'TO THE LADIES
DR. DU PONOO'S GOLDEN PTI.I - .8
Mania n correcting, regulating, and removing a
°Wreathe/a u hem whatever canoe, and I
whys ouceisaful as a proven
rrHESE PILLS HAVE BEEN USED BY
the doctors ler many years, both in Prance env
America, with unparalleled success in every case ; and
be is urged brii many Monsana ladles who vied theio, to
make the Pills public for the alleviation of those suffering
from any irregularities ,erhstuor as oadi.on prevent
inseiragoof w smolt It.-
1 q~itle . or that* supposing them ,
selves so, are
_,Entleakrat aoaist* these Pills wbUe In that
011ig1=910, sun to produce mistoorrkupl, and
the assumes no respOnsibillty alter this admo.
nition, alth„their *drums would prevent any mis
chid to ettriaO the Pills are recommended.
Full and explicit directions accompany each box. trim
$1 00 per box. 801 d wholmaleand retail by, 8.8. Phstrass,
Reading, ilailaw AT Jk COWD* Philadelphia, J ;
L. linmotos*, on, Worm H. Hume; Lancaster;
J. A. Hour, ; M. T. Intban, York ; and by
one druggist it every city and village in the Union, and
by 8. D. How* sole proprietor, New York
N. Locik, oat for counterfeits. Buy no Golden Pills
of any kind sakes every box is signed 8. D. Howe. AI
ofdlre * imposition and unsafe ; therefore, as
you value t lives and health, (to say nothing or ba
ng bomb put of your money ) , buy only of those
who show signature of 8. I). Howe on every box,
which tuts y been added on account of the Pills
helve cone dagdwrowly.
1111P0 ; u • .
DR. CIiEESEMAN'S PILLS
Prepared b* Cornelius L Cheeseman, hi. D.,
NS W YORK CITY.
rrIHE coinkination of ,ingtenients in these
Pills +walla twilit of a tong and eitenelia practice.
They are mild* their operation, and certain In correcting
all ®ularities, Painful Menstruation, removing all ob.
struotlims, whether troll cold or otherwise, headache,
pain in : l4up ikile e palpitmionoi the heart, whites, all ner
vous uNcions; listed:Nl, fatigue, itaialti the back and
limbs, &0., disturbed sleep, which arises from tuterrup-
Uon of nature. •
TO. MARRIED LADIES,
Dr. Cheseemashf PWa are' invaluable, as they will bring
on the monthly *ldea withregttlarity. Ladies who have
been dlsapoo ntell in theuse or other Pills can place the
ntmeet conlideirei In Dr. Clheesemait's Pills doing all that
.they represent tiiito.
There is one osoidaliOn of the female systems is which Ose
Pals ammo/ be takes without producing a PROOLLA
RESULT. Thsaasciitiors referred to is PREGLITANCY—
the result AusamiLios. Sikh is the irratistib s ton
*my or as media* to store the sexual functions to a
ammo! condit' iorsilAa4 wen the reproductive power of na
ture cannot mitt
nov. 6-6 t
Warnultedaeltelyt Vegetable, end, free ; from anything
injurious. direction, which should be road ac
company each box.. Price Si. Bent by mail oo enclos
ing $1 to Da. iXiecluos L. , Oestesszeic Box 4,481, Poet
Mice, New York Qty.
Sol d by oneDinggia tin every town In the United States.
R. B. HU WRINGS,
General Agent for the United States.
14 Broadway, New York,
To whoniall Wholesale ordain shoold,b• addressed.
nov29•dawly • , .
between P ladelohia
wax_ Josterr Swam, WIILLAMPDXT, MOM,
Nowniunniattne, Sum o a r, Tarvoirran,
snip, HALIFAX, DAUM;
AAT.II )11111 I BIT R G
The• Philadelphia reipot being centrally located the
iDrayege win be ifthe lowest rates. A tondnoter goes
through with each train to attend to the safe delivery of
all goods entrwited tithe line. Goode delivered at the
IeREIED, WARD & FREED, No. 811 Mara et Likely Phila
delpida, by 6 Odor& P. M., wilt be Galivered In
&Moberg the next znornin2
Freight (always) as low as by any other ine.
Partibular &Makin paid b - this line to prompt and
speedy dilliiMry or all Efarrisbur; qoeds.
The underslgned thankful for past patron 4e hopes by
Stria attention to business to merit a collo u a nue of the
Same. • T. PKIPHIER,
Philadelphia and Boadin4 epoi.
Feet of Market *roe Harrisburg.
0. F. MUENOH
TRAVBEENG AGENT OF THE
OLD WALLOWER LINE.
THIS OLD TRANSPORTATION LINE
le still in modern' operation and prepared to carry
as, LOW as any other individual line between
Philadelphia, Harrisburg, finnbuty, Lewisburg, Willia ma
port, Jersey Shore, Lock haven, and all points on the
Northern Ventral, Philadelphia and Erie, and Williams
port and Elmira Railroads.
Good sent to PEACOCK, ZELL & HiNCHMAN, Noe. 808
and 810 Market street, above Elghth,.by 4 o'clock, P . IL,
will arrive at Hairiaburg, ready for delivery, the next
morning. C. F. MUBNCH,
apB4f Traveling Agent. 4
ZORN B. SMITH'S
BOOT, & SHOE STORE,
CORNER SECOND AND WALNUT STS.,
• Hairiebarg, Ts.
i t:LWATS•atiliand a large amortment of
inalitlee for ladl saws, GAITERS, .Bm., of- th e very best
es, g entlemen and childrens'
Priam to suit the times. AU kinds of WORK MADEwear.—
ORDER Mthe best style by superior workmen
REPAIRING done at abort notice.
oetlet•Atf JOHN 11. SMITH. •Harrebtms.
ROYAL QUARTO .DIOTIONARY
TIV34 best defining . and :pronouncing Dia
*mail tuella) English la sage ; Also, Worcester's
Dictionirkat Watataios Pictorial Quarto and
&shoot Dietiosatioilbr sale at
apl3-ti Near the Harrisburg Bridge
VINE TOILET SOAPS, POMADES, HAIR
OIL, POWDUIS, COLOGNES and ECTIIAOTS, of
many styles, prices sad manufactures at KELLSR , IS
DRUG AND irANCv
THREE STEAM ENGINES FOR SALE.
'FftlIE undersigned offers for sale ONE
± NEW 30 HORSE ENGINE, and two Second Hand
engines or smaller else, The engines will be sold cheap
for call or approved paper. Apply at the Steam En
gine Works, birth street, between Walnut and Market,
Harrisburg, Pa. JACOB If WIZ
300 SHOEMAKERS WANTED.
./111HE undersigned_ wishes to.employ,
medlately, TEittEK HUNDRED SHOZOIA.RIIRS, to
It and bottom Cavalry Boots, to whom the highest wages
Prices for fitting 25 cents, for botta ming 75 cents.
Carlisle, Pa., Oct. 30,1861.-d2w
A COOK WANTED. Liberal wages
.44., will be given. Appply at T..J. JORDAN'S,
nufwl2l.* Walnut Street.
F" 'T.—The farm now occupied
by John Lobar; adjoining Camp Curtin. Pone -
sloe given on tag Arai of April next.
QOM • GROWS W. PORTER.
?lIWO good Horses, one suitable as a
1. AMOY horse, the other as a draught horse. An
:quire or George Bahama,- Third street, between Market
•and Walnuk - burkeor Row. • • no64ltf
i OATS 1 1 Coop: lu rid' for
guy .by J X. 11311 AIR. •
Wholesale Factory, 81 Barclay St.,
Late 233 Broadway, New York
Inca] Agent at Harrisburg,
D. A. MUNNOH
Assigner:' Sale of Real Estate.
rrIBLE 81TBSCRIBERS will sell by public
outcry at the Court H ouse, at Harrisburg, On gator
day the 18M day of November neat, at two o'clock P
The Farm of John Wallower, Senior, consisting of ISe
acres, situated in Susquehanna township, about three
miles from Harrisburg, adjoining lands of John H. Fox,
John Zinn and others. •
There are erected on the Farm a large Two StoryStome
House, a Bank Barn, Tenant Houses, Stables, &c.
There is also a large orchard of apple, pear, peach and
cherry trees of choice varieties in excellent bearing or
Also, several veins ct gry' Lime Stone, which , have
been and can be worked to advantage.
The property will be sold In a body or to parcels to
Conditions will be liberal and be announced on day of
There will also be offered for side at the same time and
place the undivided half interest of 150 acres of Coal
Lands situated on the Short Mountain, In Lykens Valley,
A. 0. MESTER,
C. F. MIIENCH,
psis Stoawd-wta Assignees.
Lancaster inteltigencer and Carlisle Hernia insert three
times and send bill to this Otos immediately.
FOR SALE OF RENT.
1 IHE undersigned offers for sale or rent,
his Distillery below Barr isbusg, between the Penn
ey vania Railroad and the Stuiginehanna river, with steam
lig - gine, pig pen, railroad siding and about eight acres of
ground. Terms low. Apply to J. C. Bomberger, Esq.,
Cashier of the 11u:tunics- Bevil* .Banl4oaarolehhao- or
oct2s-nm* - Middletown.
COAL! COAL !! '
$B, AND $2 25 PER TON OF 2,000 Ll3B
0. D. FORSTER,
rAFFICE No. 74, Market Street, yard on
"4.,_1 the Canal, toot of North street, Wholesale and Re
tail dealer la •
BROAD WP COAL
Famlies and Dealers may rely upon obtaining a Bret-rate
article; and full weight, at the lowest rates. Orders
promptly attended to. A liberal discount made to pur •
chasers paying for the coal when ordered.
Freeent price, S 3 and $2 25 per•ton.
Harrisburg, Oct. 25.—dSm
SHIRTS! SHIRTSII SHIRTS!! 1
ilmitsPloßrat , l34PC4l,lspaTtrov,v
THE undersigned having opened his
manufactory of is at N 0.12 West Market
street, Harrtenting, Pa , mos trespectfully solicits the
patronage and attention of the Ladies, Gentlemen and
Merchants to the following assortment of goods all of
which are our own manufacture :
Also the particular attention of the Ladles to our large
assortment of under garments Am., (from the latest Im
proved London and Pans style.) LINEN COLLARS,
CUFFS, SETTS Sto., in great varieties, all of which being
out own maunufacture we will sell cheaper than can be
Perms* deeirous of furnishing their own materials, on
have cutting, sewing Ale., of every variety done accord
ing to order. Ali of the above named goods for Ciente wear,
we will make to measure, guaranteeing to fit, and give
entire satisfaction to the purchaser for style. dantbility
and m aerial. 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 ender 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,
att29-dem Harrisburg, Pa.
Rooms next door to Hummel kiflllinger's Grocery
A large assortment of Gantlemena' Furnishing Goods
/ad, in addition to the above out always be Mond cheap
S T d A oo T s E t S el t: w ee
S t ra n d e l ar ,s
r r o h te i i rd ea ' li r tr eis e ba e r t ;. a
A f A f e ie w e
new Hearse Ready made Coillni alwaysi on hand and
neatly finished to order. •Silver plates, &o. Terms rea
sonable. [an3o-aims] C. BARER.
FOR THE ARMY,
Beds, Pillows, Blankets. Coats, :0 aps,
Loggias, Drinking Cups, &e.,
FOB BAIA BY
WM. S. SIB F.P E ,
North Side Market Square, near Buehler's Hotel,
DL T. J: MILES,
OFFERS his services to the citizens o
Harrisburg and its vicinity. He solicits a share b
the public patronage, and gives assurance that his best
endeavors shall be (Wen to rend r satisfaction in his pro
fession. Being an old, well tried dentist, he feels safe in
writing the public generally to call on him, assuring
hem that,they will not he dissatislied with his services,
osibe Noi izs Market street, In the house fornierly• oc -
copied by Jacob R. Eby, near the • United States Hotel,
Harrisburg, Pa. myB-sly
PALM LEAF MATTRESSES,
COTTON TOP MATTRESSES,
COTTON CO MFOR I'S,
• CAMP STOOLS &G., &c.,
On head and for sale at the very lowest rates for cash.
Hair Mattresses and Spring Bottoms made to order.
HAIR MATTRESSES &c.,
Rey tlred and made equal to new very remonable, all at
No.lo9,'Market street, between Fourth ant Fifth, by
oct9.2md J. T. BARNITZ.
Harrisburg Blind Manufactory.
SECOND STREET BELOW CHESTNUT.
ITENITLAN BLINDS made to order , and
y all repairing neatly and expeditiously done. Per
sons at a di.tance can nave their work done by addres
sing a letter to the undersigned. Thankful for pitst.pat
renege he hopes, by atria Munition to'business, to merit
a continuance of the same. guaranteed
both mato prices and
COAL ! COAL ! ! COAL ! !
ICE subscriber is now• prepared to de
-1 liver to the citisms of - Harrisburg either by die
Car, Boat, Load or single To; the choicest kind of
barre, Sunbury, Likens Valley and Pinegrove Coal,
hauled out by the Patent Weigh ( art, and full weight
guaranteed. ' Orders left at my °Moe, 9th and Market
will receive prompt. attention.
Harrisburg, Oct. 186L-6wd.
IXTEOLEBALE and .RETAIL DEALER
v v in Confectionary, Foreign and Domestks Fruit.—
Pip, Dates, Prunes, Rabin and Pinta of all kinds.—
Fresh and eat tYlsh, Soap, Canines, Vinegar, Spices, To
bacco, Sagan and Country Produce in general, Market
street, next door to Parke House, also curses. Third and
oct2&4lfim JOHN WISE.
COAL ! LORBERRY COAL 1
THOSE who want the real Genuine Old
Fashioned Plnegrove Coal from the Lorberry Mhos
(by the ear load or otherwlae,) apply 10
GEO. GARVERICH, Jr.,
8. St S. Railroad once.
ILBR, TOOTH, NAIL, OLOTH, HAT;
LAMBS ard INFANT MOW , In grad variety
MUM AND FAAGT ROM
F, LIXIR PROPYLAMINE,
TER NRW EMMY FJR
A NEW REMEDY,
A CERTAIN REMEDY, I "4
EFIEUNdffSM OR Eri N n
No asTTas BOW STUBBOW,
HOW LUNG STANDING.
WHAT IT HAS DONE,
IT WILL DO AGAIN.
THE BEST TESTIMONY,
BEST MEDICAL A-13180E1TE
[Piton Onnut, Hoes Tut Renate
Mar 19, 1850,—Ellea S., wt. 26, single, never wig very
strong. Two years ago she bad an attaek of acute the
tism,from which she was confined to her bed for twirweeks
and subsment y from arelapse fir four more. She has twat
well since then till last Saturday, while engaged Is house
'cleaning, she took cold, had pato in her beck, fell euld,
hot had so decided chill TWO 44111 latex her entisel•••
• -elm= - warTotiowoor by saisliani the
ague joata ' and of the hands. She lute now doh
pain in her Shoulders, and 'her knuckles are very, endii,
led and painful ; both hangs are affe:ted, bet the right,
is most so. This, then, ls a case of acute rheumatiam,
as It is new fashionably called, rheumatic ferer. his a
well remarted typical ease We will carefully watch the
case, and from time to lime call your attention to the vest.
ous symptoms which present themselves. My ehtstoldeot
in bringing her before you now, is lo call attention to a
remedy which has recently been recommended In the
treatment of rheumatism. I m.an propylamtee. Dr.
awenarlus, of St. Petersburg, recommends It In the
highest terms, having derived great ttecutflt from its use
In 260 cases which Came under his care. Various com
mendatory testimonials respecting it have appeared is
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 specifies ;
but this comes to us recommended so highly, that we
are bound to give it a trial.
SAME . CASE FOUR DAYS LATER
May 23,1860.—1 will now exhibit to you the patient fee
whom I prescribed Propylamlue, and wa a then labor
ing under an attack of acute rheumatism. Jibe has
steadily taken it In doses of three grates every two hours
(intermitting it at night.) The day after you saw her, I
found her much more comfortable, better than sbe ex
pected to be for a week or more, Judging from her other
attack. (l he patient now walkea Into the room.) The
improvement has steadily programed, and you cannot
fall to notice a marked change in the appearance of her
joints, which are now nearly all of their natural size.—
Thus far our experiment would have seemed very suc
cessful ; but, gentlemen, we must wait a litUl3 while be
fore we can give a declaed opinion as to what is to be
Here is another Patient who was placed on the use of
the same medicine on Sunday last ; ehs has long been
suffering from c hronic rheumatism, and I round her at
that time with an acute attack supervening open her
chronic affection. The wrist.' and knuckles were much
swollen and terse. She took the chloride of Propyla
mine In three grain doses every two hours, and you will
perceive that the swelling of the joints hae mach dimin
Max 26, 1860.—This Is the case of acute rheumatism
treater with propylatnine, the first of those to which I
called your attention at our last clinic. che Is 411 very
comfortable, and is nowt king three grains thric
In this case it has seemtd to be followed by very,,eat
isfactory results. The second c tie to which your atten
tion was called at our last 'more, has also continued to
do wet I. I will now bring before you a very character
istic case of acute ihaumatiem, and if the result be sat.
factory, I think, as good jurymen, we snail justly render
our verdict in favor tf propylamme.
He lea seaman, let. 2/3, who was admitted a few days
ago. Has had °cantonal rheumatic pains, but not so as
ti keep his bed, until eight days ago. The pains began
In his right knee, subsequently affected the left knee, and
later, the tonne of the upper extremities, These Joints
are all swollen, tense anu tender. His tongue is tarred;
his skin, at present dry, though there has been much
sweating. His pulse intuit and strong, and about 90.
He hag now used propylitmainfar tsrenty•fcrar boors.
This gentleman le what may be called &strictly typical
ease of route rheumatism. There was exposure ti cold
and wet, and this exposure is followed by a holing Of
coldness, severe articular pain, beginning, as it wally
does, in the lower Joints. 'there is fever and the Prorate
sweating, so genera ly atttendant on acute rheas:Maim.
1 did not bring this patient botbre you with the linea
tion or giving you a lectdre on alt the points connected
with rheumatism, but to again give a trial to the
new remedy we are testing, and to exhibit to you this
typical cane, as I have celled it, than welch there co uld
not be a fairer opportunity for testing the medicine In
question. We are, therefore, avoiding the use of all
other medicines, even fumigate, that there may be no
mirgivings as to which was the efficient remedy. Yon
shad see the case of a future clinic.
A FAVORABLE VERDICT
Atsrs9, 1860.—The next of our convalescents is the
case of acute rheumatism before you at oar clinic of May
26th, which I then called a typical case, and which It
was remarked was a fair opportunity (or testing the
worth of oar new remedy, It wa therefore steadily
given in three grain tweed every two hours for four days.
The patient has got along very nicely, and Is now able to
it elk about, as you see. Ido not hesitate to aiy that.'
have nevea seen as severe a case of acute rhen natisM
so Boos restored to health as this man has been, and
without being prepared to decide positive uy as to the val.
no of the remedy we have used, I feel bound to state
that in the cases in which we have tried the Chloride of
Propylamine, the patents li ave regained their health
much earlier than under 'be treatment ordinarily par.
sued. I wish gentlemen, you would yourselves try it,
and repot the results.
For a full report of which the above Is a condensed
extract, see the, Philadelphia Medical and ;At Tied Re
porter. It is the report after a fair trial by the bestmad
ical authority in this country, and makes It unnecessary
to give numerous, c ertalcates from astonished doctors
and rejoicing patients.
A SPEEDY CURE,
AN EFFECTUAL. OUEE.
THE SAWA BMW
WHAT IT HAS DONE,
Bullock St Crenshaw, a firm well known to shot medi
cal men, by whom the Elixir Propy'amine has been in
troduced, have sold to us the exclusive right to manufite
lure it according to the original recipe, and we have
made arrangements of ouch magnitude as to enable as
to scatter it broadcast amongst angering humanity.
A WORD TO DOCTORS.
If you prefer to use the same remedy in another fens
we invite your attention to the
Pon Oursrauzzo Cowmen Prtornainare,
PURI PROPTLARI NI LIQUID,
PURI PROPYLAIIINI CONCENTRATED,
PURE lODIDE PROPYLAEUM,
of which we are the sole manufacturers.
We claim no other virtue for the Elixir Propylamine
than la contained in Pure Cry'. Mimed Chloride of Prop]- .
A. IL SHARP'
THE ELIXIR IS
AND MAY BE TAEEN,
ACCORDING TO DIRECTIONS,
BY ANY Olt
BY BVZBY 088.
WHO HAS RHEUMATISM OF ANY MAD.
gold iu Harrisburg by
AT 76 CIL • soma
Orders may be addressed to
Chloe, Room-No. 4,
S. W. Cor. Fourth and Chesnut streets,
Or to either of the following
Narr7. ll 4
WILL Cl3llll IT,
Bourn= Ria lii,
DOOMS MY' IT.
DOODAD; KNOW IT,
PATIAVID BALIATB IT,
TRIAD AND TRIM
THREE DAYS LATER !!
IN EVERY CASK,
IT WILL DO AGAIN
AND ALWAYS READY
BULLOCK & CREWEL &W, -
FRENCH, RILHARDd & Cu.,
JOHN M. MARLS & 00., .
GEO. D. WETHEREIL &
PETER T. WREIGT & 0 0 .,
ZkIGLER & 8111TH,
T. NORMS PEROT & 00.,