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DR .- JOHNSON
1 . 1
AS dificovtiroti lho most certain, epaed,
and effectual rernkly in the world tor
DISEASES OF IMPRUDENCE.
unity IN •1Z TO TITIIV2 1110024.
No iliereory or Norour Drugs
AW A GIMP IVARR/AIITAD, OH BO CB/MUM, it nor art
Weakness of the Back or Limbs, Strictures, Pains In
he Lotus, Affections of the Kidneys and Bladder, Organic'
Weakness, Nervous Debility, Decay of thePhysica -Pow
em, Dyspepsia, Laugher, Low Spirits, Confueion 01 des*,
Pall Ration of the - Heart, Timidity Tremblings, Dunce&
of Sight or Giddiness, Disease of the Stomach, Affectiont
of the Read, Throat, Nose or Skin—those terrible disor
ders arising from the indiscretion or Solitary Habits el
Youth--those dreadful and destructive practises whict.
produce constitutional debility, render marriage Impos
sible, and destroy both body and mind.
Young men especially who have become the victims ti!
solitary Vice, that dreadful and destructive habit which
annually sweeps to an untimely grave thousands n!
young mon of the most exalted talent and brilliant intel
lect, who might otherwise have, entranced listening
lentos with the thunders of eloquence, or waked to cc
tasy the living lyrC, may call with fell confidence,
Marrled.persons, or thasu contemplating marriage, be
ar aware of physical weakness, should Immediately eon
fait Dr. J., and be restored to perfect health.
Immediately cured and fsd/ vigor restored
Re who places himself under the care of Dr. J., may
religiously confide in his honor 'as'a gentleman, and eon.
Edently rely upon his skill as a physician... .
jyiroffine No, '1 South Frederick street,Baltimore,;
d., ou the lea hand side going from Baltimore street, 7
town Irmo the corner. Be particular in observing the
acme or nurebor,. or yea will mistake the place., fle par
licular. for Itysormii. Qiinsksi with false names,
or Paltry Humbug Certificates, attracted by the reputet•
lion of Dr. Johnson, lurk near
All letters must contain a Postage Stamp, to nee on the
Dr. Johnson member of the Royal College of Surgeons,
London, graduate from one of the most eminent Colleges
3f the United States, and the greatest part of whose life
tae been spent in the Hospitals of London, Paris, Phila
delphia and elsewhere, has effected some of the most as:
tonishing cus that were ever known. Many troubled
with ringh re ilin tnitears and head when asleep, great nes.
voustass, being alarmed at sudden sounds, bashfulness,
with frtquent blushing, attended Sometimes with derange
meat of mind were cured immediately,
MARE PARTICULAR NOTICE.
Dr. a,. dresses all these who having ininPed them
selves by r;ypte and improper indulgeneles, that secret
and solitary obit which ruins both body and mind, un
fitting them for either businessor society. • • '
Thou. are come of the sad and melancholy en ,cts pro
duced by early habitS of youth, viz Weakness of the
Back and Limbs, Pains in the Head, Dimness of Sight,
Loss of Muscular Power, Palpitation of the Heart, Dys
nepsta, Nervous Irritability, Derangement orthe Digestiirr
Stnctions, General Debility, Symptoms of 9 ,isnitump•
liar.f(mALL l / 2 , .:
iltrirrart,v, the fearful effects on the mind are mush to
be dreaded :—Low of Memory, rionfuSiOn of PplUi,, Dor
pression of Spirits, Dill Forebodinks, Aversion totilocle=
ty, Self-distrust, Love of Solitude, limlitity,Ate., are some
of the evil effects.
Thomanda or pomp/. ot atl.agea,t can now judge what
Is the cause of their dacline in health, losing their vigor,
becoming weak, palo, nervone and emacistoit, have a
singular appearance about the eyes, cough, and itymp'
nil of consumption,
who have injured themselves by a certain practice, in
dulged in when alone—a habit frequently learned from
erfl ZOMIA111011!, pr et aehopt the affects of which an
nightly felt, even when asleep, and if not cured, renders]
marriage impossible, and destroys both mind and body.
should - apply immediately.
What a pity that a young man, the hopes of his noun
try, the darling of . his parents, should be snatched fiver
all prospects and enjoyments of life.by the consequences
of deviating from the path ,of nature, and indulging in 9
certain secret habit. Su t.h persons must, before minters
effect that a sound mind and body are the most necessary
requisites to promote connubial happiness. Indeed
without these, the journey tb toilet lffe.berumes a weary
pilgrimage; the prospect hourly darkens to the' view; the
mind becatnesithadewed with despair, mutinied with th
melancholy'resection that the happiness of another be.
conies bliglited with, our Ore ~. • . •. •,••• .., •
R. JOHNSOS'a INVIGORATING , 'Bran' FOR On:
By this greaVand important remedy, Weakness of the
_ rout are speedily cured, and fail vigor restored,
thousands of the most neriona and debilitated wba
'had lost all hope, have been frathediateit relieved, All
hnpedlmerdele Matriagei Physical or , Meetai
cation, Nervous Trembling. We94ctesti.or.Exlykustion es
the meet fearthi kind, speedily cared.
The many thousands cured M this Instiution within Ins
last twelve years, and the eumerottithiSportatit- liturgics
operations performed by Dr. witxteesed by ihe
porters of the papers, and many other per sona, nenco,ol
which have appeared again and again before the public,
betides his standing as a sentleman of character (Old re
wonsthilits, is a sufficient guarantee to the &Mated'.
DISEASES OF IMPRUDENCE.—When the misguided
and imprudent votary of pleasure finds he has imbibed.
the seeds of this painful disease, it too often haimens that
an ill-timed sense of shame or dread of discovery deters
him from Applying to those Who, ; rom education and. re',
spectabillty eatraloncltefrlend him, delaying cOr
etitutional symptoms of this horrid disease make their
appearance, affecting the .head, throat; nose, Oran, dic.,
progressing on with _frightful rapidity, till death pals a
period to Ids dreadful sufferings by , sending himto "that
bourne from whence no traveler returns." It le a mei•
ancholy fact that thousands fall victims to this terrible
disease, owing to the unskilfulness of ignorant pretend
ers, who, by the use of that deadly poison, mercury, rub;
the COnStntitiOn and make the residue of life miserable.
To STRANGIIRS.—The Bootees Dimwits hang in his
eliirLetters must contain a Stamp tons on the reply ,
gfirßemedies sent by Mail.
sir No. 7 South Frederick street, Baltimore.
13 A atn LIN E
LOOK RAVIN, JNIONY EHOII6, WELLIAMPORT, MuiNcre
UNIONTOWN, WNISONTOWN, MILTON, Lzynesuaa,
NOILITIUMBNULAND, :•:11 - SHONT, TRIVONTON, •
GIORGETOWN, LTHINSTOWN, MILLISI3-
BONG. HAWN; DAVPHIN,
AND HARRISBURG.: .
The Philadelphia Depot being centrally located the
Drayage will be at the lowest rates. A Donducter goes
through with each train to attend to.the safe delivery of
.all goods entrusted to the line. Goods delivered at the
ERRED, WARD & FREED, No. 811.1ilart et :fleet, Phil&
delphia, by 6 o'oloca P, M., will be cialivered in
Harrisburg ths next moraine
• Freight (always) as low as by any other !me.
Particular attention paid by this line to prompt and
tweedy delivery of al: Harrisbur; iioods. '
The undersigned thankful for past pearly: . go hopes by
Brent attention to business to merit a cow tudiioo of the
Same. T. PEIYHER.
Philadelphia and goading
a1646nl . : • Foot of Market Sires Fkrrtsburg.
SCHEFFE'RS BOOK STORE.
(NEAR lIARRISIIIIRG BRIDIA.)
NOTE .1) APER,, of 'six different designs,
printed in two colors , sold by the thousand and
by the ream at City Cash pries,
Also, Flags, Union Breast tins, Engles, Union Ri ng ,
d Badges at very low prices. Call at
a lard . POBBFFIrtt'S BOOKSTORE.
FINE TOILET tO APS , POMADES, HAIR
PoWDEB3, COLOGNES and EXTRACTS, of
many styles, prices and -manufactures st ,Nniffigft
,HUG AND FANO , / • , ".. litel • • - •
TELLERrB 'DRUG BTUILS is the place
to Inky Mat /Widow.
• - ; , • 4.
1 7 ,
- 41 0
tints of Ofravti 4147.-4ircinsportatioi,
?EIIINSYLVANIA 'RAIL ROAD r.
FIVE TRAINS DAILY TO AND
;MONDAY NOVEMBER 2.6*"1861.
The. Passenger Trains of the Pennsylvania - Railroad
Company will depart from , and arrive at Harrisburg and
Philadelphia u ,
E 1r W A KID •
THROUGH EXPRESSI,TILUN'Ieayse Harrisburg daily
Eit'S 20 a. in., and arrives at West Philadelphia at 7.40
FAST LINE leaves.Marrieburs every ,morning (except
Monday) at 8.4.5 a. at., and arrives at .Weet Philadelphia
at 1.00 p. m,
. . ,
NAIL TRAIN leaves Hurisbnr g daily (except Sunday)
at 1.15 p. m., and arrives at West Pnliadelphla at 5.20
ACCOMMODATION' TRAIN; • via Motiht • % NT, — leaden
Earrisbin at .7:00 a.'m., and arrives at West Piths,-
delphia at 12,10 p. m.
HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION , via Colum
bia, leaves Harrisburg at 4.00 p. m.. sod arrives at West
Philadelphia at 9.20 p. m.
THROUGH EXPREtiIn TRAIN leaves Philadelphia •at
10.30 p. m., Harrisburg at 3.067 a. m., Altoona 8.40, a.
in., and arrives at Pittsburg at 1.25 p.
-.MAIL TRAIN leaves Philadelphia at 8.00 a. m., and ar
rives at Harrisburg at 1.20 p. m.; leaves Harristi sirs at 7.46
a. in., Altoona, 2.45 p. m., and arrives at Pittsburg at
8.45 p. M.
FAST LINE lanes Philadelphia at 11.80 a.m., Haul&
buit4.os p. in., Altoona at 9.10 p. to., and arriving at
pittsburg at 1.40 a. in.
HARRISBURG ACOMMODATION TRAIN leaves Phil.
delphia at 2.30 p. in., and arrives at Harrisburg at 9.05
.Pint. • .
MOUNT JOY AccoMMODATION via Mount Joyjeaves
Lancaster at 11.84 , a. m44wlyeii .. at . Gacriaborg „at }AO
SAMUEL D. YOUNG,
t Penoa. Railroad.
farrisburg, November 22, 1861 —dif
WINTER TIME ARRhiNGVEMENT.
NEW Alit LINE' ROM
Vi'11310 . 17 MANGE OF CABS. :
r I N AND Ar`ER. MONDAY NOVEN-
A,. BRA 4,1861, th e Passeligoi leave th e
lniladolphla itho Reading Railroad - Depot, at Harrisburg,
for New York and Philaindidgn, as ffidinws.
EXPRIL43 LlNEleaves Harrisbnig at 8.80 a. ar
rival of Pennsylvania Railroad Exprem .truain'' from the'
Witt, arriving in New Vora at 11.6 a. m., and at Phila.
delphia at LOU a. in. • A sleeping- car as attached to the
tram through from-Pittsburg without change.
lAAIL TRAM leaves Harrisburg at 8.86 a. nr...arriving
in NOw York at 6.30 p. Uk. 2 and Philadelphia at 1.26 p. m.
FAST uNy, leaelai Harrisburg at 1.40 p. m., on arrival
of pennevivaida Railroad Fll5ll thin, arriving in • Noir
York at OM p in, and. rtilladelPhie at 8.40
FAST LlNEleaves kali York at Ba. m., and Phlladel.
pnia 'at S a. m., arriving at Harrisburg at
.1 p. m.
HAIL TRAI L -leaves New York 'at 12.00 noon, and Phil.
adelphia at S. lb p. in., arriving at Harrisburg at 11.1.0
IMPRESS LINN leaves New .York at R. ; p. m., ant.
tins at Harrisburg 1143.10 a. in.; aid eaantrattng with the
Peautylvatit Express Train far Pittabarg. A sleeping
oar is also attacoed Lo this:awn •
Connections are made at , Harriaboarg with trains on the
Penuayivania,Northenitentral and tkunberland Valley
Ilailroads, and at Needing for Philadelphia, rotteedle,
Wilkesbarre, Allentown,. &atom, &a. • • •
Baggage checked through. Fare between • New York
and Harrisburg, lib 00 ; tetwien Elarthiburg and Prills,
delphia, $8 2b in No. l care and 02 10 in No. 2.
For tickets or other interination apply , to
J. J. °LYDA
net General Agent, Harrisburg.
3. IL /DIGERSOLLIS .
It dresses the hair without soiling the lingers.
It effects a garlogotonalalf in the use of hair prepar
It dose sway with greasy hair-oil bottles.
It is handsomer 'ratio than the common hair-brash.
It regulatei tue quantity of &id u3ed, to a drop.
It is perfectlymar, and cannot spill_over in the.trunk
or on the toilet. .
It carries enough of any preparation What for a voy
age or 11,1011 g journey. . '
Its rice le moderate, snit saw hs own east 111 for •
for, trila at s. eiter% Drag and Paioratolll Vi hiarlFl4'
street two doors east of Fourth week &nth ra&
`q . N - -1):E : r WND Eli T - 11 P ALL THIINGS7;-.,N.EViRA:LI-11.-:FON.V.:7.
PA.. SATURDAY AFTERNOON, JANUARY li p 1862
13016DtEREP NICE WACIV9,
IC4OR Bale at
• Kmaj.sais paw AND isicT Brom
Camp. Writing 048 04
Needle Sewing Oases,. : •
Shaving or.iiiiitir• Cues, • •
... Toilet °Mas i , I
. • • Match thew
iryer Pipes, : . • •
Tobacco:Boxes, L.. - ' •••
Judie Rubber Tobacco Paucheei
Wicker, Leather Sal.atina Fluke,
. • • ~ Leather Drinkitig
Pain, Penholders, pouo il a, Paper, luidEnvelepen.
Soldleru.will see at gifteee that the place to I kei an
to imaAl wares le at'.24. 81;11Eirketi street:'
iirSee "Fort Ploltemo ,, in 'wind() noto.tt
ONLY YARD IN TOWN THAT 'DELIVER'S;
COAL-BY THE PATENT•WEIGH
Weight Carte - ate. certified by '144,
Sealer of Weight* and . alessuras. : 'oohaninerircan
weigh their , coal at their own doors. It le at great Int.
parlance daring these hart times for over! , on§ la ;know
that they Ger width ibtx, boxier
A large supplyif coa, always to be Noted on hind,
L. h . •
LYSIANSatt 111110111 •
BALTd. CO'S Mee. .
,LOlt,BEßftt COAL; ((hetet:mob attieht,) ,
Sold tirthe oar Kant nimbi& ton'. • '
' All coal of the beet quality, dehveredlree front' all 181 4
peritlem AT MOM ta sun TIN TOM, by the boat or car
load, single, half or third of tons and by tete bushel.
Harrisburg, Nov. 6 s.* 11144i4y 4
• GENTLEMENEV ,WEAR.
A knit iiiisortmenior Under FilMe and Drivirire,
Gentlemen' Traveling Shawls and Blankets,
very Kind ot Gents Ho , iery,
Clotha,cassiniens, and ,Vestinga., : . .
On - great varletiy - •
Silk Cashmere Neck Zee & Crairaii; •
Large Stook of Gloves ils:Gannilettai
of. Snapesiaera, ,
A Large Stook of those Goods, to sweet* from cati
found At ; . VATHCAirrIi
. nol3. 71 4 1eitidoor to tits Barritburg
;No. 69, Market 'Streeti bikitO Third,
MANUFACT(IiiRECDTV BktEl#l4 l 3.,
p/am:Hs ana waltrsit dins, fiainfeb
goods at :LOWER PRIOID3 Walk can be bouebt Meier
he Kamera CiLio3. Country =whams *an tgi
all lad, exami no gip*, paal aaavloat tpemy
elv .3 Of this fact,: ; , , 028-41 Y,
OIM replenished stook •of =Toilet'
and Fancy Goods tifttnittrpialscl in thit eat; 'aid
ferAing coniklent of rendering: eatistacilon, wo wand' rig-.
poctiully invite a oat. 1444404.,..
91 Market street, twoloorit.sait of fourth street, south
PRE ITEI 'TOUR LEATHER
BEEP 'YOUR E.E.ET"
ONE • BOX•:OF 'FRANK •MICALER'S
LEATHER 1 RFgrip,v4TVE
r_it ( !ar 9;10. ...2 11 40 1 4i r; 4.
14413/: A N ; QIIT-DOORMAN : ONE. ycltAg,
. , g0re.92%. *5 . CENTSO222... .
iC ND save mere than four times its coil
in the durability of leather,, and greatly contribute,
w utaith,astd • contforr.
FOR HaRNI2IB, see Inside Label On the cover of large
For sale in Harrisburg by D. W. Gross & Co., No. 19
Market street ; Bey & Kuititlee and Mar
ket streets ; Wm. Dock -- Jr:, Marketiitieot ; Jacob
Buehler, No. 29, deem( strati, ,end J. C. : Kimbell, liar.
ket str. et. -• • `. " dol24l.lMmlts
W E O FEB T B
- •A New Lot of '
Of besulif9l • Styklubit99ll9lly 399,419,.
A SidenaklAiii p iininit
NTLE t 9 4.4 171 1
A New and ifelpinkiinfninne,
KNIGHTS. 'rEMPLA.II: I B , 4 I)O4IIIET,
Put up fa Oat Glow Engraved, Rota*.
Of the besl Manufacture.
A :fiery Hapdiiikle Vailifi
POWDER 'Purr , B , b;•Es,
• KELLER'S DRUGSTORE, ',
se m • ' 91 Merkel Sirig.
, i .
. TIT BITING DESK.S;
Vy n .TEAVELLNG BAGS,
And a gener4 alsbroic4,o • -1
• , -VANcril'ootd '.
have just been received at „
• BFABGNEWS CHE AP BOOKSTORE. .
:-PROP. ADOLPH P:.TEUPSHR,
WOUla: retepootfully. Anfotini hie .old'
patrons and the pub D o. gwrally, that he will
continue to give tnetructions on the PIANO FOitTE, ME
LODEON, V I OLIN: and sap in thw_liciftltie 01.111DMIMMID
BASEL He Will pliiatierewah Upon pupils at their
imolai at any hour desired, - or - lessons' will be gives a
his residence, la Third strest,a few doors below lb
German flefornied Church:. • - deelf•-eli
CIDER 111 VINEGAR 1-111 •
ANADE from 'choice' aritteeleoted'Applee,
and guanuttood by no to bit strictly purl. -
4,114. d • DuOg 00.
• BLACKING 1 ,
AEON'S 4 M
;'CHALLENGE ACKIN . G.'
100 Grab, 'gloried sofigi,Jui# receilr.!lP 1 4 1 4 fo r
saw Whokeale pzioep p
dell . . • WM. DOOR; Jr., & o°.
TVARIEB FOit 11362..,—, igrept
JJ at excised's& km prices, st
nso- ancriPEß i-BooKerons
GOLD PENS I , GOLD PENS
riam. largest and most - *wield, assortment 'of
GOLD PERS is for lade at
BERGNER'S CHEAP BOOKSTORE.
orAm. piam waxmlino.
"TAY 1 HAY 1 I—dupoxior baled kitty
JA. for solo
. to ' JAMB Itt, WHEELER
TT NAM; CLOTH, HAT,
LATIaIIouidIMANT - BIIUSRIK.bi sarlegY
ANI) FAIVX ATOM&
um - Tir s . Hundred , /gilt!". -eugar'
JI" ur,S,Bilikaltlit -1 19014 •: , •
• Wat DoalE4l. a°,
Pocket Ink Stands,
Pocket Mirrors; •
Pocket Snivew,: • •
Pocket Combs, ,
Fine Oonabe;,r, ,
. , camp. Mirrors
JOOKS FOR CHILDREN!
nevi and large assox4ment of iddiS:Ba it
Childn; batjuetbeen i opinolat i +=Nga ro E .Amongthe . t
R.ent, vy t yl. bu fould so endjop moiety of
Indeetruotible Pleasure ,Books with
Colored. Fianna, :; .
A full assortment of these popular Childrenlis
Books rioted on fine linen, confiding of
Stories from the Sctiptures.-- r •Rufla,
Stories from the Scrigures- - -Devid,
Stories from the Scriptures—Sanwa,
ChildkPiotorial Rtlider,• • •
Rouse that ..Jack Built,
Cock Robin aud Jenny Wren,
• • Old Woman and Fig,
Farmer Ikry's Alphabet, or '
"Speed the Plough," ,
Old Mother Hubbard,
Little Mnand Maid,
• • • Jenny Wren, &c., &c.
In addition to the above I have a large as
sertment of bound JUVENILE BOOSS. ' •
*BLEB, PRAYER BOOKS Ike.
BIBLES for 87 cents,
BIBLES for 50 cents,
BIBLES for 75 cents,
BIBLES for $l,
BIBLES for $1 25,
BIBLES for $1 50,
BIBLES for $2,
• BIBLES for $B, •
BIBLES for. $4, ,
BIBLES for $59
' BIBLES for s6,'
• BIBLES for • $7,
BIBLES foi $8,..
BIBLES for $10,„
BIBLES for $l5;
• • • ' BIBLES for $25.
PRAYER BOOKS-AT ALL PRICES.
latest Books paha' hed 'are daily re
ceiv.ad.and Bold at the lowest publishers rates.
Examine the stock.
ITE N COFFEE P4NPALIO. no* offered
to the is prepared trout the rreeh roots.
'eubmittingthis valuable article to the Public later,
the manuateturer only complies with the urgent and In
neolishig demands of the public..: It is unquestionably
.enS of the:most reliable. and &factual remedies yet i. die
etittiered for the diseases hie ttpolied. Dos etroagly.
commended by the Faculty as a sa,.erfor nutrient' beyer
cge for General Debillty i -Dyspeptic, Disease of the User,
&thous alfscilens - and irritable condition or 4/10 Stomach.
The many. thousands who hayolemn. reluotantly-compet:
led:to abandon the nee-o( Coffee, owing to the:Wary does
to their health; wilt And ibis superior tothe bdiil /era Dif
reed w tigy. nethteit ef 11 grest.t.and actunitelf,ilked
deal benefits. The iniehigent p Tann of the community
maim well anted Lied iiitaltio hodiainal aiopettin
thelitandellon, that they require but the assurease that
thecrtiele offerecitO thedls the Ouie Dandelion 'Hoot.
Air9ne pound .or this COEN, will make ,ea much as
two pounds of the beat, Java
For male by
, 2- •
HYMNBOOKS! HYMNBO OKS!.
New School Presbyterian Hymnßooks
Old School PresbYterianliYmn Books,
Ltitheran Hymn Books.
Methodist Hymn Books.
'German Reformed Hymn Books.
various styles of Binding Gan be had at
BERGNkft'S &XIS STORE
Seleot Bohoo for—Bovs- and Girls
FR NIP ,, #801041.4iac4911%.
rye - trill' term of .11()46'ktleilLWErz
j.; School Mr boys, will_Mien." biiihr first Monday In
.Beytember., .111*,,ruem is well wentMeled, iooMfortebly
• tureiatted;Wnd "eery respect adapted , for school par
LATHAMINM BVELW3II'S &Mod tor girls, located n
Me mine Will upon'for the Fill ternfat Mb same
time. The room has been elegantlY fitted lip to promote
be health and comfort of lawman. aumladd
()FFERSSet viiiess to • die. *oitizeiuts'
narrhtourg sad , itt 'IMMIX. —MO 60Belti a anars-o
the jpublioloattonage, Andtgoves sastiranee tbat.his best
endeavors omit,* *won to rend .1r sktishustien in hie pro,
ressioi. HiiintaffUld; well t.ried eenteft,'he feels sale in
hafting ' the poiblify generally to , rad On him, asifuring'
heM that they will not be dimiatisftedwitit'hisrairviixos;
Mo. US Market streetdn the house formerly mi..
Copied by Jaoob R. lBby, near the United Stites Hotel;
Harrisburg. Pa. - • - •
. . (aL old prices.)
L lelsouels, Ticking , Dr~Lin~e;
All kinds of Dothestid Goode,
A splendid Liu° of &MAVIS.
ALL kinds of Mumand Boys WeIT, _•
In great variety to be found at
;; 041.110Lara i g
nOV 4 Market Square.
FURS 1 FITREI I FITEIS 1 FURS 1
i Liberian Squirrel Furs, • • .
French Sable Furs, ,
' - Skiver Harlan Furs,
- ' - Water' leak
! 4205, cm** Lira imires„ Largwassaiiiitani.• • •
Great bargain* in these Hoods. Evarpartials;warran
i° _ be aa
R illiar .
Next to tile Harrisburg tank.
;ROYAL ..QUARTO , DRITIONLEY
neat defining and prononneing"Dio•
J. : tionary of the Anshan langmnie ; Aiscv,L Worceiteer
hoticiol Dictionaries. Weatse's Pictorial Quarto and
iinhopl Dictionaries for sale at "
Wait ' - Near s h r Harrisburg Brills-
NVW , IIUCZWILEIAT FLOUR
tio' 1138. BUCK
Adel' FLOOR.in 122, mad
2bll-ibia Tuo quality la very ouporio4 bait* boon la
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SENATORS POLK AND .TOIENSQN
THI TRAITOR ,EBOIEKB, SMITHSON.
WASHINGTON Jan. 10 1862
The, Secession Senators from Missouri, True
ten Polk - and Waldo P. JOhbson, were expelled
to-day . without a dissenting'vote.
Smithson, the broker of this'• City, who has
been .arrested and sent .to Fort Lafayette, is
fOund to have communicated to the rebels full
plans by which they might capture Wash
ington. ' • '•
lie hall also given them full inforination as
to' the ImMtierOf troops, and the position and
strength of , the forts conFtructe,d for its defence,
the huMbif of their guns,arc
From the Eighteenth United States
For the Daily
CAMP TilpMAlli, OKIO, Jan. 7th, 1862
Ma. Emma :—lmagine a rail car filled with
a band of Vali soldii3rs; some of whom are
butchering the English language, with such
_whiltpottiers give it the nasal sound of
a regular Yankee, and occasionally rising above
the babble a rough brougue from the tongue of
AlLjesting and laughing at the lone - rose
of Ireland,, so whons they have facetiously Ni
pped the respectable and somewhat unclassified
cognomen of the Irish nagar for having pre
tended to be etiamored with a Sable daughter
oti Africa. Pat takes. it coolly, however,
ditows back his teriiip-ahaped head, with
the grace and dignity of a curpulaut
ildernian; 0386111 We — of his butter-milli
tdne ey esas though he • considered 'himself a
pearl. Braid swivel, and gives beck retorts that
,create / peal after peal of laughter. Imagine
this, and if fariCY is not a stupid artist you will
hare - a correct` piCture'of the proceedings of a
smsil.:band,ofcmete belonging to the 18th In
fadtry, regular army, who bade farewell to the
neat pity. of H— and its hospitable people a
teW days ago, and journeyed weiiiward to join
theirecimpauions in' ainisi and shariwith thew
the sunetune and shadow of Camp Thomas.
Our, journey was a little tedious, yet not
altogether.void of pleasure. It was, a varia
tion tif joy and some medley of laughter and
grumbling, a•CombinistiOn that did• not appear
to injure us mentally, or physically; as we arri
ved with good appetites whole heads, and
(perhaps) whole hearts, in ;limp Thomas which
us situated three miles north or. Columbus, the
capitol of Ohio.
Itietricatioa is not more - beautiful than that
of I Camp.Curtin, and its rural surroundings, I
will admit, are_not so picturesque, ot so likely
to inspire the ; bard and excite the admiratiou
of the artist • 'Yet, for the neat "and artistic
arrangement' of its tents, the cieanline,s of
iis,streete end the conduct of the men, I deem,
it the most beautifni coup I have seen in all
my travels. .
All are taipplied with the Sibley tents, whfch
have good fluors; stoves; ticks tilled with straw,
arid blankets sufficientto kep the men warm
and comfortable, A large kitchen, constructed
of rongh pine. boards, is elected at the east
end of each conipany street it has in it a cook
etevit and other utensils necessary for the 'sol
diers' cullinary: depatmeat, so th 4 .all can
eat, dtiek, and, if
. necessary, be merry..
At present their are lour hundred men en
cadiped here, all - belotiging to the Third bat
tallitne-of the; 18th • intautry, regular army.
This Firet:and Second. battellions • are in Old
Kentuck,and when we join, them,' which we
will era, long, we hope to find them crowned
with the laurebi of victory: They are 'a fine,
stalwart set Jof 'fellows; armed with excellent
rides, and commanded by skillful officers. • Yet
the Thitd battaltion, commanded by Major
;Will. A. Stokes, which is composed of toe
daring and patriotic sons of the old Key Stone
Otte, matirfrom Harrisburg and victuity, is
universally acknowledged to both° elite com
pany C, which is to be commanded by Captain.
J. al. Eyster; althongh hiving been here but a
brief period We have been bigot) , complimented
4 , the (dicers. They are as accurate in coin
a_.llrl battalion drill' as those : companies
that have been here a number of weeks, and I
doubt not that under the command of such an
excellent officer as Osphdri - E. it will, in a short
rime become - the moat correctly &Med and or
clerly. company ; bi,the regiment. , ,;
'l he band la an excellent one., It consists of
a geed' large istuaber of silver instruments,
Whole sweet tones 'are full Of such 'Monti - slut
melody, thatrit transports the weary soldier in
fancy . back ; to: .his:' distant home, soothes
hid drooping ; spirit and fills hie brain, with de
lightful vieidue of" the future. Its melodious
echoes' chime - upon hie ear with" a"sweetness
that would make him stand and - fight as bravely
al did the ,Spartan heroes at Thermopolae. It
it field byi connoisseurs, to be oue of, the beet
bands in the army, and I tully,coincide with
them in their Viewa. • • -`
'The officers here are all active and energetic.
If ever a colonel was loved by bis men, it is
Cotenel Carrington. Ire is a good soldier, a
fine 'balmier and Witbal,"a 'pertect gentleman;
ever oiligeut in the performance et nis duly, is
not sahaufedeo-work analog his men, and hover
expects them, te_ perform more than. they .are
capable of doing. I think if .. his example was.
imitated by a large 'majority of' our army otti
cers, it would not only be highly beneficial to
themselves, butodd greatly. to the comfort of
their brave man. „I i
It is expected by ; the Ofileers,,thut the Bat
taliim' will be completed in a fevi Weeks, when
we Will start for gentnaky, , and ere smiling
spring has robed the- hills and valleys of the
florin in its Verdankminitle, and garlanded it
With dainty flowrets, I hope to dine in the heart
of bet:ekes and pen yOu'a letter in the shadow
of Nomairagmenroratige-grove. ' • •
tin agho* Ziki"SA of Cincinuatii cloaking
of tt+. liie in Chulestorte Bays:
I.W. coounisenite eindiheifthe condition df
the •Catbolion in that *inn* city - , and would
mina finati ki —.
I ham tinting Out
Raving procured Steam Power Pressex, we are prepay;,
ed to execute JOB add B )0R PRINTING °revery deacrlp•
op, cheaper than It can be done at any other establish.
mot In the country.
RAt ES OF ADVERTISIe.G.
jar Four lines or less eonstitute one-half square. Sight
.tnes or more than four constitute a square,
Half F.quare, one day
• " three months....
If six months.-
ti one year.....
• One;Equare, one day
" one week....
It ?three months
at One year
• Kir Wellness notices inserted In the L.^.41. Column, or
before Marriges and Deaths, FIVE CENTS 1'47 , nn
sach ineer Lion.
• sag- ilarriges and Deaths to be charged as regular
The Calais (Me.) Advertiser relates that last
week, as Mr. Nickson Peters, of Baileyville,
*is returning from the woods, with his axe
in his shoulder, he espied an animal near
the toot of an old tree, a little way off, and
on going to the spot discovered it to be a large
bear, which had taken refuge tinder the roots
of the 'tree. He furthermore found that.there
Were two or three of the varmiuta " under
the tree, and 'that they had three places of
egress and ingress to the den.
.His deg corn
coerced the attack by stationing -himself at
one of the holes and barking furiously. Mr.
Peters stationed himself at another, axe in
hand, ready, should any of them attempt to
leave the den, to give battle. Soon th- old
est and largest one essayed to run the block
ade, whed Mr. , Pet.?rs struck her a blow be
tween the, snout and , the eyes, which cut
through to the lower jaw, and drove her, back
to her den with a growl, where she remained
somb time.. She then attempted, to escape by
one of the other holes, but Mr, Priers was too
quick for hM., and dealt her a blow on the
email of the back; which laid her out dead. In
the meantime one of the other bears gut out
and Mr. Peters immediately gave it his atten
thin, despaichlng• .witti a blow just back of
the foreshoulder, the axe penetrating to the
hekt and producing 'levant death. By this
time it had got quite dark, and the other one
shOwing no dig:position to leave his den he
coilelnded to suspend operations for that night.
So ; shouldering the En:wiliest one he st rted for
home.; , Next morning he returned with three
of 'his neighbors to,the scene of his previous
night's explbits. They found the old cam where
he had lett her, dead. On looking round they
soon found the other one up in a tree. The .
party had two guns with them, but neither of
them would go off. Presently Bruin began to
descend the tree, and as soon as he struck the
eround Mr. P. again raised the fatal axe and
dealt him a blow which killed him. Thus Mr.'
Peters killed all three of the "varmints" with
his own right arm. The largest would weigh
upwards of 350 pounds, and each of the other
two was as big as a large sheep.
TM WONDERS OF TILE MICROSEOPE.—We AU- .
derStaDd it is through the agency of this marvel
viewing instrument that Dr. Ayer has at
length succeeded in finding the PALUDAL ntesst
and determining its character. Of its effects
we in this section have abundant evidenceln
the Fans and Acme which it alone produces
when absorbed through the lungs in the blood.
It has long been held to be a vapor or some
thing in the vapor of water from decayed or
decaying vezetation. Under a great - magnify
ing power, the Doctor has found this vapor to
contain distinct- organisms, or living bodies,
corresponding precisely with those found in
the'blood of Ague subjects. They are 18,000
times less than visible to the naked eye, but
have distinct character and form. He thinks
they are reproductive in decaying matter.or in
the blood, and hence their long continued life,
or the remote effects of them in the system,—
He maintains that they resemble in character
the other fermentative poisons, or such as the
virls of rabies or of a dead body, Btc., all of
which are known to reproduce themselves with
great rapidity like yeast in moistened flour, so
that the slightest quantity impregnates the
whole mass. Yeast through a powerful mag
nifier is seen to be a forest of vegetation which
grows, blossoms and goes to seed in a short
time. kiiastn is • not so distinctly vegetable,
but has more the appearance of animal life,
although its motions cannot be perfectly din-"
tioguished. What the Doctor claims to have
settled is that it is an organic substance, and be
has further found and embodied in-his "Ague
Cure" what will destroy it.—Leader, St. Louis,
THE PRINCE OF WALII3.-Tt is amusing to read
the, London Times lecturing the - Prince of
_Wales abont behaving himself, now that his
mother is a widow. The poor boy is talked to
as if he was Inclined to be a ruffianly debau
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