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11ARR1SBURG , PA
N'rldaY Morning, May 9, 186'2.
LLO IN Non= tvragirr.—The Harrisburg Gas
,unip tny are about to introduce gas into North
.Meet between West avenue and Second streets.
Sporm.—The disciples of Isaac Walton
. u .zt about now reaping a harvest of sport.
The iildog season has been somewhat backward
caused, no doubt, by the remarka
toT cool weather which has prevailed through
out Ma last two months. "Better late than
aiye the proverb, and so think the
louts of this innocent sport and recreation, if
ye may judge from the numbers who are now
daily enjoying the fun.
SOD Yowl YARDS —NOW is the time for every-
Waded with ground sufficient for a grass
to ecd and arrange their shrubbery, and
ulean up everything about it, generally. No
thing id better calculated to interest and amuse
children, as well BB to keep them out of mis
chief, than to have them assist in decorating
and beautifying the yards attached to their
homes, and it is also calculated to make them
have a love for that home which is not con
tracted by those children who are permitted to
roam listlessly around the streets. Parents, if
veil could have your boys and girls grow np
con,ideratu young men and women, let the
tt tate attractions be sufficiently strong to coun
teract the outside pressure of street amuse
PARING AWAY.—The channel of the creek or
rmi," which formerly debouthed into the river
at Front street, a short distance above Walnut,
has, by the steady march of impr vement, been
nearly filled up, and in a few mouths the only
obj•ct that will remain to mark its former lo-
Win will be the stone guard wall of the bridge
which spanned it.
The creek is spoken of in the "Annals of
Harrisburg," as being the outlet of Maclay's
swamp, which formerly existed on the low
grand fronting the State Capitol between Pine
and North streets, as well as the pond which
at one time occupied the present site of Market
square. During a flood in the river the water
at the mouth of the creek always overflowed
Front street, on which occasions vehicles and
ptdostrions were compelled to go around by
On one occasion Mr. Robert Harris, a eon of
the founder of the city, with his sister Mrs.
Hanna, were playing at the river, near Walnut
street, when some boys same running from a
barn on the bank, and told them that two bears
were coming down the creek. 'they scampered
up the bank, when presently two full grown
bruins came along and took into the river.
The stone bridge over the creek was erected
to 1801, for which the county commissioners
made an appropriation of $2OO.
Hurls CLEAN/M.—Otte of the greatest draw
backs to our enjoymentof the gentle influence
of Spring is the horror and dread attached to
.bat wattun whitetail - Irma the sretbloot of thin
article. The arrangement is always necessa
rily attended with great tribulation and present
diacomfort to the sterner sex, who are at such
Cif, unceremoniously put to flight and ban
ished from the premises doomed to be " put to
ridta " The destruction of papers and de
rangement of all their favorite arrangements
ma be submitted to by the lords of creation
with the best possible grace, as no remon-
Mane: during the house cleaning times has
err been known to produce any effect.—
D - aring that season, at least, the wives and
daughters are the masters of the house, and
itq use their dominion in a most tyrannical
rule. Everything Is tosp•turvy, and the only
way to find anything is to look in the furthest
"veer of the house from where it ought to be.
inhough a regular cleaning does improve the
Ippearane s of things, and in a short time all
the to alma'y haeanveniences caused by the
vpration ere. overcome, not to be renewed
tatil the next annual visitation—in spite of
tea necessity for it, and, the revivifying con
tqa-nces of it—we are always ready to join
with the other unfortunate masculbaes In
t`tigi of triumph and thanksgiving at its con
Buster TO THE REPUBLICAN EDITOPE.—The
km)ltem editors of Pennsylvania, in atten
6hce at t he Stitt e Convention which met in this
[Ayes Wednesday, were entertained with a ban
,tcct at the Jones HonseThuraday night by Hon.
'hoc E. Coch ran, Auditor General of the State,
Cechran has himself long been identified
With the profession, both, (we believe,) as a
Practical printer and newspaper journalist, and is
14 w the editor in chief of one of the most pop
tiler end powerful organs of Republicanism in
the State, the Lancaster Union.
The affair came off In the dining saloon of
, 1611 4te1, and was participated in by his Excel_
"te9 Gov. Curtin, and some sixty or seventy
of the Corps Eiitorial.
The room was handsomely decorated for the
occasion, and the tables were sumpteously fur-
Celled with clicks edibles and drinkables,
*hick were discussed with a hearty zest, show
tag that the "press g tmg" are as fond of
high living as they are cipable of digesting that
Ithich is palatable in polities, business, religion
A. ter the cloth was removed, in
*sets, speeches were made by Eon, Th„ s E.
C echran, Gov. Curtin, Hon. Henry D. Moore,
C aPt. Jones H. Brooke, E. 8. Capron of the
Itsitt Chester Times, J. C. Bobarger, Esq., and
'ammo, Deputy Secretary of the C 0,..
pThe greeting, on this oocasion, of men who
ave lons stood by the great principles on
c ble b depend our national prosperity, evinced
deoP feeling which still prevail° among the
``ltit to depend the same prnciple, while they
6trenizth to wield a pen or force to mould
e14 14*) L 14 1 good feeling of the evening was
steed hv. the Pe yell
pnpularity .and con
ititeatt,iti feelin g of auditor General Cochran, who
tt i .T l ; ll hid guests at once with the assurance
4701. it lio spttality of the board to which ho
,4161 thew, mui as free and unrestrained
repast Toms s u mptuous and delicious.
Tue DIRK/rolls of the Bank of Middletown
have declared a semi-annual dividend of four
per cent. payable to stockholders on demand.
THE SUSQUEHANNA Bivan still remains in good
navigable condition, but only a small quantity
of lumber is descending the stream, the "rush"
of last and the previous weeks having about
"played out" the supply.
TURTLE SOUP BROIL 1311018.—Take three pints
of black Spanish beaus, put them in a pot with
the proper quantity of water ; boil them until
thoroughly cooked, then dip the beans out of
the pot and press through a collander Then
return this flour of the beans thus pressed into
the pot In which they were boiled, tie up in a
cotton cloth some thyme anti let it boil in the
mixture ; add a little butter, and season with
salt, pepper, parsley, sweet basil, and sweet
majorum. Have ready, force-meat balls, four
hard boiled eggs, quartered, and add to the
sour, together with a sliced lemon—and wine
to your taste just upon serving the soup. This
will approach so near in flavor to the real turtle`
soup that f, w would be able to distinguish the
TAN EXIBITION given by the scholars of the
Middle Ward School of Middletown, this
county, on Monday evening, under the auspi
ces of Miss Kate Etter, was a decided success.
All the dialogues and declamations were very
well spoken, reflecting credit upon the scholars
As well as their excellent teacher. The selec
tions wRe very good, and of the most inter
esting character, giving entire satisfaction to
the brilliant audience. The voted music chos
en for the on, asion was also of the highest
order, in which the scholars acquitted them
selves remarkably well. "City Sights with
Country Eyes," °An old Ballad," "I wish I
had a beau" and a number of other pieces
were spoken and performed in a most excellent
manner,—better than we thought It possible
for such young scholars to do. Upon the
whole, it was an excellent exihibition and are
satisfied that all present were delighted w
the entertainment. The exercises were en
vaned with beautiful music by the Baumbach
Brass Baud, and all passed off very pleasantly.
Pare= roa Poinatas.—A gentleman who saw
and conversed with several of the wounded
soldiers who arrived from Newbern a few days
since, says they told him that pepper would be
one of the most acceptable and best things that
could be sent by friends to the soldiers, and
one that has not been thought of. Pies and
rich cakes are so injurious that many generals
forbid their being eaten, but pepper is an ex
cellent preventive of diarrhea, which Is pros
trating large number in the warmer climate .
One of the soldiers was a veteran in the Mexi
can war. He stated that a liberal use of pepper
had been found very useful to prevent this
dame, and that he had wholly escaped by the
use of it in North Oarollna. It is not provided
by the government, and can only be obtained
of the sutlers at exorbitant prices. The soldiers
advised all who send articles to soldiers to put
in a supply of pepper. It is put up in tin
boxes holding' a quarter or half pound each ;
the soldiers punch, hales in one end and thee
make pepper castors.
A Worn .nom✓ GARDBNING. —No one can
truly said to live who has no garden. None
but those who have enjoyed it can appreciate
the satisfaction—the luxury—of sitting down
to a table spread with the fruits of one's plant
ing and culture. A bunch of radishes, a few
heads of lettuce, taken from the garden of a
summer's morning for breakfast ; or a mess of
green peas or sweet corn, is quite a different
affair from market in a dying condition, to be
put away in the cellar for use.—And a plate of
strawberries or raspberries loses none of their
peculiar flavor by passing directly from the
border to the cream, without being jolted about
in a basket until they have lost all form and
comeliness. And yet how many in the smaller
cities and villages of our country, possessing
`every facility for a good garden, either through
indolence or ignorance, are deprived of this
source of comfoit C And how many farmers,
with enough land laying waste to furnish them
with most of the luxuries of life, are content
to plod on in the even _tenor of their way,
never raising their taste above the "pork and
beans" of their fathers.
FLAG Camera DAVID Gustatow FARBAGIIT,
now in command of our fleet at New Orleans, is
a native of that city, and about sixty years of
age. In childhood he was adopted by the
late Commodore David Porter, receiving his
baptismal name, and is thus the brother adop
tive of Capt. J. D. Porter, of the Essex, in our
flotilla, and of Lieut. Porter, incowmand of the
mortar fleet at the mouth of the Mississippi.
Though only twelve years of age, he was on
the fraw.v at Valparaiso in 1814, in that most
gallant naval fight, and was specially cowmen
dad to the Department for his brave deport
ment. An anecdote told of him, though trif
ling, indicates character. After the surrender
a pig which he claimed was carried off by a
midshipman of the British frigate Phebe.
Young Farragut appealed to the British captain
for restitution, and received for reply that he
could do nothing about it, but he might go and
whip the middy. "Is that all 1" said the lad,
and, acting on the leave given, instantly whip
ped the aggressor 'and carried off his pig. He
has been almost constantly in active service.
During the years 1821-2-8-4 he was employed
in cruising after pirates in the Caribbean seas,
and distinguished himself by most efficient
service and gallantry. He was for some time
in command of the Brooklyn at the Vera Cruz
station, at the time of the mission of Mr. Mc-
Lane to Mexico. He has been twice married in
Norfolk, Virginia, and is the owner of a large
property in that rebel city. Bat before the
outbreak, and to avoid entanglements, he re
moved his family from Norfolk to a cottage on'
the Hudson, whence he was called to active
duty in putting down the rebellion. He is a
most accomplished officer, versed in every point
of his profession, and most energetic in all
naval duties. He @penile with flnericy five or
six mocketti languages, and. 11.0Ior as he is, is
gentleman of fine scholarly taste and acquire
Peuttevlnattict Malty Zelegraph, irtZtag .fflornitig, Jima 9 .1814
[Fur the lele,ra
The City Finances.
EDITOR OF TELEGRAPET—Under the above
c iption there appears an article in your paper
of yesterday evening, signed John A. Fisher, in
which, speaking of the annual statement by
common council of the city he says " I no
ticed, to my great surprise, an item of credit
fur expenditures by council of paper books and
Attorney's fees, J. A. Fisher $139."
In his comment un this sired surprise, be says:
"This is a gross mistake, it not a willful error
and intended misrepresentation, as I never
received that nor any other sum of money for
the items mentioned from the city treasury,
nor for any other account during the years
Ih6l-82. Mayor Kilmer out of his own private
funds paid me in 1861 in the suit of the city of
Harrisburg vs. the Mayor the monies paid by
me to the printers of paper books, also for pro
fessional services rendered for him in the above
case in the Court of Common Pleas and in the
At a meeting of the Common Council on the
7th day of September, 1861, there was pre
sented, with others, a paper, of which the lot
lowtng is a true copy :
`Paid Wm. H. Miller, Esq., for writ of
error to Supreme Court, May 14,1861, $0 00
June Bth, 1861, paid Barret.& McDow
ell,' printing paper book, (26 pages,) 89 00
June 11, 1861, John A. Fisher,.,
council tees in the Court cif Dommo Esq n
Pleas and in Supreme Court of Perin
. sylvania 100 00
Deduct charged in W. Mitohell's
Prothonotary bill 6 00
and at said meeting of council on the 7th day
Of September, 1891, an order on the treasurer
was granted, of which the following is a true
No. 207 Council Chamber, Sept:7th,
1861, $139 00
Treasurer of the oity of Harrisburg,
Pay to the order of WM. H.. Kepner one
hundred and thirty-nine dollars for paper
book and council fee to A. J: Fisher, and the
same will be allowed you on settlement.
By older of the Council,
• Attest. D. W. GROSS, Pres.
DAVID Hamm, Clerk.
Tuts order is endorsed Win. H. Kepner, and
was paid by the treasurer on the 27th day of
September, and is now canceled and on file
among tie papers of the city.
This is the evidence on which the "annual'
statement" by the council is founded and if
Mr. Fisher or any other person scan make it a
"grosS fnistake," he certainly would have bet
ter luck than he had In framing the "city
THE &Emu CHaaAcrea or Prus.—Some folks
accuse pigs of being filthy in their habits and
negligent in their appearance. But, whether
loud is best eaten off the ground or in a china
plate, is, it see= to us, a mere matter of taste
and convenience, on which pigs and men may
differ. They ought, then, to be judged charit
ably. At any rate, pigs are not filthy enough
to chew tobacco, nor to poison their breath by
drinking liquor. As to personal appearance yon
don' t catch a pig playing the dandy, or picking
his way up muddy streets in kid slippers. Pigs
have some excellent traits in their character.
If one chances to wallow a liCtle deeper in some
mire hole than his fellow, and so carries off and
comes in - possession of more of the earth than
his thethren, be never assumes an extra impor
tance on that account; neither are his brethren
stupid enough to worship him fur it. The only
question seems to - Dei ls' he a hog? If
is, then treat him as such. • And when a hog
has no merits of his own, he never pats on any
aristocratic airs, nor claims any particular re
spect on account of his family connections.
They • understand well the' common sense
maxim, "every tub must stand upon its own
Ov Coturritx.—This is a glorious country,
where every "tiller of the soil is a prince, and
MI bastard lord mars springs fair promises."
It will gins; and strengthen, to shame' the par
acidal hands that are now striking at its vitals,
and in good time will explain to the London
Times, that part of President Lincoln's procla
mation, which refers to deliverance from foreign
invasion and intervention, and then instead of
sending our nioneT to England, we will en
courase home trade, and purchase goals at the
Cheap dry goods house of Mich & Bowman.
Callen I CARPET ! i most !—Raving returned
from Now York, I now have ou hand, and 1
am daily receiving from the New Yurk auction
sales, a large assortment of gouda, which I offer
cneaper than ever. 20 pieces of carper, from 37}
cents up to 87 cents ; 40 pieces of beautitui
Curtain muslin, very cheap; splendid black
Mika at 76 cents, worth 80 cents ; good black
silk at $l, worth $126 ; black silk 82 inches
wide at $1 10, worth $1 87; very tine black
ilumbaain at sl''lo,.worth $1 60; sum
mer silks at 60 cents a yard ; 10 'pieces of
the Cabot Irish Wien' at 75 cents, worth ;
1;000 hoop skirts, at 60 76 and $l, very cheap.
Great - bargaius in stockings; 20 dozen hem
stitched handkerchiefs, at 26 and 81 cents,
cheap. Wholesale' buyers -we respecttully in
vite to our large stuck, all bought for cash at
New, York auction. Having a buyer in New
York, we are daily receiving job . lots 'from the
weekly sales which we proailso to sell at city
prices to wholesale buyers. S. Lauri,
mBl-y Rhoad's old stand.
- RS - calyx)) from auction 25 pieces of colored
and white etuw Wedding 25®81c. Alen, a
maguitkunt assortment ut embreaueries, such as
bands, edgings, insertings. At Lst►i's.':
WM. T. BISHOP,
OFFICE NEXT DOOR TO WYETH'S 14 - ALT,,
OPPOSITE NEW COURT-HOUSE.
Consultations in Gorman and English.
, : , mar2d-u2in
LYKENS VALLEY NUT 'COAL.
TUS r received a full supply of Lykens
ej Valley nit Coal, delivered by the patent weigh
carte.' For sale by JAMES M. WHBELAR.
7,000 Hams , l,ll3..daerasesy Sugar
t of Owego
(Ate ore) Coin Fed iger Curec Bares, just received.
&prig. W. D JOK , JR., dr Co.
• FURFLE FRINGE
AND White Fringe, strong plants 50 to
76 ovnts each. , KRYSTONk NONSHRY
- MAPLE TREES. •
TEN t) fileen feet high, 25 to 50 carne'
each, $2 150 to $5 per dozen' $lB to $.30 per hun
dred. [aprlOy] KEYSToNh NURifiltY.
DELAWARE GRAPE VINES..
SIII9NGLY rooted, better than sold
readily a year ago at $2 each, caa n , w, be had at
the Ke ,prone Nursery hr sl.e..ch or sae .por doisrxt.t
apr23 JAOOB' KISH.
QOLDIKEL'S CAMP COMPANION. -- A
►l3 vary (=verdant Writtent. Desk; Ws*, Pfirtpo9B,
emoraadam Boots; Portmopnwee, aset. 3 , eat,
.u2O .r_ SCHEIVICR'S sooirgTotc,:,
P.A.NNED Tomatoes and Green Corn, at
NJ JOHN rega
The only Harmless and Reliable Dye , Known I
All others are mere imitations, and should be avoided
If you 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 Skin.
FllefFEN MEDALS AND DIPLOMAS have been awar
ded to Wit. A. Barnett= alone 18 9, and over 200,000
applications have been made to the hair of the patrons
of bis famous Dye.
Ww. A. BATCHELOR'S HAIR DYE produces a color
not to be distiegulisbeu from nature and is wasumarrin
not to injure In the least, however long it may be contin
ued, and the 111 effects or bad Drees remedied. The hair
is Invigorated for life by this splendid Dye, which is prop.
erly applied at No. 18 Bond Street New York.
Sold In all ;be cites end towns of the United States, by
Drugginte and Ihthey .Gitioar Dealers.
The Genuine his • the name uWilliant A. Batchelor,"
and address upon a steel plate engraving, on the four
aides of each box.
FEMALES FEMALES ! FEMALES !
Use that P.P. Pleasant Remedy knows as
EIRLAIBOLD'S EB7RAC7 BrICHU;
• For all Complaints Incident to the Fez.
No Family abonid be
It is used by
YOUNG AND OLD,
In the Decline or Change or Life,
After And Before Marriage,
During and After Confinement.
o Pirengthen the Nerves,
Restore Nature to Its Proper Channel, and
Invigorate the Broken-down Constitution.
From whatever Cann Originating.
USE NO MORE WORTHLESS PILLS
LIELMBOLY S EXTRACT Bucau.
See advertizetramt In another column.. Cul it out and
aend for It: . morn d2m
WANTED IMMEDIATELY I
300 ABLE BODIED MEN, ,
For Three Years Service, in the 18th
U. S. Infantry.
LHIS splendid Regiment will consist of 2,4b2
men, in three Battalions, to be armed with
the beat ified musket.
The first :and second Battalions are now hi
the field, under General Thomas, and four com
panies of the third Battalion are acting as body
guard to General Buell. . .
The•, pay ranges from $lB to $B4 per month,
and $lOO bconty,.with board and medical t
tendance. By economy, sufficient can be saved
from the rations to purchtwe blacking, towels,
tobacco, &a , so that at the expiration of the
term, a soldier may retire from the service with
from $6OO to $l,OOO.
Uniforms, shoes, shirts, drawers &c., will be
furnished immediately after enlistment.
All pension laws in force apply to all men in
the regular service, and every sick and disabled
soldier will be comfortably provided for in the
"Soldier's Home," established by the Govern
meet. • -
In this regiment thire is a splendid field for
promotion, one third of the company officers will I
be promoted from :the ranks as soon as the rest
ment is complete. The non-commissioned offi
cers will be appointed, and promotions to second
lieutenants will be made. EVery man will have
I I a fair and equal opportunity to rise in the ser
vice. This'gives young men of spirit and ability
a chane.e for the :honorable post of oorPoral or
sergeant, and to atquire a commission in the
regular army for life. All young men of spirit
who wish to gain for themselves a
name, we invite to join this SPLENDID REGI
MENT at once and aid to put down this un
'righteous rebellion, and drive the traitors from
our land, who are laying waste our, pleasant
places, and endeavoring to convert our great
temple of liberty into a den of thieves. Then
your country will honor you and posterity bless
yon. J. N. EYSIXE..
.CJaptain 18th U. S. Infantry;
r • • Recruiting Officer,
Exchaoge, Walnut Street, t
Harrisburg, Pa, Aprti 28.
FISHING • . TA'CKL
OF ALL KINDS. 41 0
Three, 0-nr and live joint TrOut Rods.
and Hair Trout lAnnif, from 10 to 110 yards long.
Lissma P4l,nt Trout Lines, " 4. 4.
Twisted rfolli Lines, : ,
t bins brims Lulea 64 /I 14 o
Linen an CotiuM :r .. -4 4
Float Libes furnished with Hooks, Corks, En. •
B ass id clUrdy ng Fee's 10 to 50 yards.
A lot t f Choice Trout Pile&
Si k Worm Gut Leaders, bottom lines, 8 to 9 feet,.
" " Strands;
" Snoods, Limerick Hooks, av't , No. Itb 8
Trout Baskets, Kirby Trout sod River Hooks, Limer
ick Trout nod oiver Books, Floats, Flasks and Drinking
Cups. KELLER'S D sIIG AOD FANG. STORE,
my 2 Mirket
CALL at No. 75 Market Street, where
you will find a large and well selected Clock of
plain and fancy Confectionery of all kinds. - A . groat ia
riety or toys o. every dworlotion,TAdfest Wora
and Fancy Elaaketa;'Forillge Vridts," - Nits, Dates and All
other art.cles generally Kegs la a confostloaery and toy
store. Receiving fresh supplbis every week. Call and
examine fur yourgelveti. WM. H. WAGGONER ?
• P oprietor.
OL. Wm."G. Murray's War Horse at
11 4. ,) J. D. Hortkaan'a .Lhrery, Vor Information apply to
Corner of Third and Mate Street.
lITARDELL & LEVINEddi Pickles and
V!' Catalpa, for sale at JOHN MEWS, myl
VOTIOOB.-44aite a *arieq, at uaoin
I:I and entertaining artionee--theep—at
.z e r i, tY eas tEtt el if itig l- 2, - - Z u pn eci - tie
himi rce! Tem of
yed the arm se
ores sin large OA. imattqainittteir: •
A SUPERIOR ' lot of Dandelion and Rio
ZlLOosea, for;ada M ihe store of MIN WM& my/
HAIR DYE HAIR DYE! I
Win. A. Batchelor's Bair Dye
Wbolegatelractory, 81 Barelar St.,
Late 283 Broadway,. New York
And None will when once
Tried by them
.1862. SPRING OPENING 1862.
, . .or
Black and Second Mourning Dress Goods,
Shawls Veils, Collars,
Full, 13 yard wads Lupin's all wool Dela:nes. -
Supe•tor makes of 20n:lbaal nag.
Splendid Styles of Fienoti Sioghams.
Large stock of Lustros and a Jewess.
in Black an i Purple Dress Silks .
Plain black &Wish HOU Si ke.
Black and white Fowlard Wks.
Purple sad Black do.
Plain do. do.
Small Checked do.
typ Neap Tian do.
• X all well Detainee.
Flg'a all wool Delaines.
221 nhepherd'a ids.
a_y. Temkin atate..
om Dkag. Chintzes.
, • • gob •
Letittner.k•Thikbet Sbawia. • ' '
Square Plaid Slick and. White Fttawls.
Square Talobet Mick Smells.
2 yard W.de . Thlbbet. for cliawls,
Very Superior bnglish Ceepe!Vaits, all Brea.
iarg, stack of snlish Orem:l,ooAm &zee.
Black bordered El All Daub Haudkeratdefa.
Prj 'Dank (}.over of every deecnOttou.
Wh to Sea nd MournLM'Collars.
es Sett. of Coder and'Sleeves.
Silk and Cotton Hosiery.:
Black Love Veils.
tan .7..mvin's Kid Gloves
a -Mantua ßobbons.
8 ./ 1 , tiog do.
Particular attention Is paid 'and blotted to +our
stout of die above 0034. We sire consta otiv'qu
ceiling caw addi iOll3. / l oco talere mai akoays
find a futt auerbacrat.
04TBOASt ar.II:P.SiTH ,
Nowt door to Urn 11.rriaburk Sauk.
No. 11. Market Square
HELMBOLD , S GENUINE PREPARATION
"RIG LY CONCENTRA rstp ,,
COMP UND FLUID ExrßAcr.Bucau,
A Positive and Spevldc Remedy
Pei Diseasee of the bLADDER, KIDNEYS, GRAVEL,
end DROPSICAL SWELLINGe. z
Mid Medicine 11101'04s the power of Dlztegticin,
exalts's the ABSORBENTS int , 'healtuy action, by which
the WATERY OR CALOAREOUR depositions, and all UN
NATURAL ENLARGEMENTS are reduced, as well as
PAIN AND INFLAMATIoN, and is gond for
MEN, WOMEN OR CHILDREN.
HELMBOLDS EXTRACT BMW,
• For Weaknesses
A riSing"from Excesses, Habits of Dissipation, Earlyiffm,
discretion or Abuse.
ArryiN Du) WITH THE FOLLOWING SYMPTOMS
Indlsposithin to Exertion, Loss of Power
Loss of Memory, Difficulty of Breathing,
Weak Nerves, Trembling,
Horror of 'Disease, Wakefulness"
Dimbeetl dVISIO/tt • Pain fa the Bask
Univirsal Lessituut4of theMuscalar System,' •
Hot Hands, Flushing of toe Body,
Dryness of the Skin Eruptions on the Face.
These symptoms, if allowed to go on, which this mad
Mine invariably removes, soon follows
• IMPOTENCY: FATUITY, EPILEPTIC PUS,
IN - ONE OF WHICH THE'PATIENT MAY
Who can say that they are not freTlin tly followed by
"INSANITY AND CONSUMPTION."
Many are aware of the COO of their suffering,
~ .BUTiNGRX will. amines.
THE ItECO nDS OF THE INSANE ASYEIIS,
And the Melancholy Death, by Chwnanytion,
' SPAS AMPLN TIMM TO THE MVO OP IRS ABORTION.
THE CONSTITUTION ONOK AFFECTED WITH
Requires the atd of medlotne to strengthen - and
•Livigorat, the System,
Which Efinsamin , s' =num BECHU ikmariably doe
A TRIAL WILL CONVICT SKR MORT SOPTIOAL.
ED OR YOUNG, SINGLE, MARRIED, F OR ootaßidThe
• TING MARRIAGE,
Z MANY AFFECTION.i.Pb:OULIAR TO FEMALES:
the Extract &mho la unequalled by any other remedy,
as in Moroi& or Retention, Irregularity, Painfulness, or
Suppresno nof Customary Rvaciations, Ulcerated or
dcirrhoua state of the thorns, Lenoorhant Whites, eteril
ity, and - for all complaints bidding to whether
arising from Indisoretioa, Habits of Dissipation, or In
DECIINE Oir'OrtelNGE OF WE.
- en smarms Lvov,.
NO FAMILY SHOULD -BE WITHOUT IT I
TA/C1 NO mcras 13usat, Miourt, OR trimunarr Nun
CENR FOR lISPLRABANT AND DANGEROUS MUM.
In ail their Stan* • At little Bipense ;
Little or no change in Diet ; No inoonvenienoe;
And no Etyposute.
It causes a frequent desire and gives strength to Urinate,
thereby removing Obstructions.
Pregenting and Curing Strictures of the Urethra
Allaying Pain and Imtiaminatlon, so frequent in the
class of digestant, and expelling ail Poisenotts, &tested
and worn-out Halter.
THOSMANDe ' , VON TEIOI39ANDES
RHO HAVE BEEN THE VIO.DRS OP QUACKS,
and who have paid HEAVY eau to be cured in a Shen
time, have found they were deceived, and that the 4 . POI
KIN" has, by the use of "Powwow, atrurntaisin, " been
dried up in the system, to breast out in an aggravated
PERHAPS AFTER MARRIAGE
UsaEltstnow , s,Ermace Buonr for all affections and
diseases of the
whether existing in
MALE OR FEMALE,
From whatever cause originating anti no matter c t
HOW LONG NFANDING.
Diseases of these Organs require the aid of Drumm
EINUANOLD'S MTRACT Buono
THE GREAT DIDREtO t
And is certain to have the desired effect In all Dis ea ses
NOR WHICR IT Id RECOMMENDED.
Doi&nee of the matt 'vial* and rapes:ole character
will accompany the mediae&
CERTIFICATES OF CURES,
Frost 8 to 20 yearn gated*,
Wtrn Nelms KNOWN. TO
SCIENCE AND FAKE.
Priorill 00 per bottle, or elx- for $5 00.
Delivered to any address, securely paokedirout obser
DESCIRIBIt 3YMPTOIIS IN ALL COMMUNICATIONS.
Cures Guaranteed 1 . Advice Gratis 1
Personally appeared before me, an Alderman of tho
eity of Philadelphia, H. T Heutimn, who being duly
alarctrn, web a m aq-hi. properetteae Goulette ne earttate, ao
. mercury, or other tnjuriowl drop, but are purely veg..
H. T. liffLMßOi D.
Sworn and subsoribed before me, th is Sad day of No
vomber, isaL Wit. P. HISSER% .d/dermen,
Ninth St. above Race, Phila.
Address letters for informatlem in conatienee to
my 2 d6t
H. T. HEIXIX)LD, Chemist,
Dora, 104 South Tenth St., bei. Chetnut, Phis,
BE WARE OF c, AIN TE FELTS
AND UNPRINCIPLED DEALERS,
Who endeavor to dispose "or SHUR own and "man"
ARTICLES ON THE REPUTATION ATTAINED or
Hohnlbold'a Genuine Preparadon
-" 6. ....xtraot Bu be,
" • Sarsa.artlla,
. 6 Improved Rose Wash.
Sold by O. K. teller, D. W, Cross, J. Wyeth, i 0 A.
AND ALL DRUGFTST.I
ASK FOR HF.LEBOLD'S. TAKE NO OTHER.
Cat out the advertiPement and send for
AND Avtapiktrosruov AND EXPOSURE.
A NEW OPENING.
JOHN P HUDAMEL
)0 6. .11Et CO a r il ;11
SHOES, GAITERS, SLIPPERS, WOMEN
And Cbildren's Shoes, of every description ; also ialdies,
Bridles, Harneis, Co.lars, Whips, Carpet Vass, Trouts,
Valises, &c , allot which will be sold cheap for sash 'at
No. 20 Market btrest, Harrisburg. xnyl d 8 •e
DAN'L. A. MUENOR, AGENT.
F the Old Wallower Line respectfully
informs the Publl4 th .1 tt le Old Emily transporta
tion Line, (the only Walow r Line now in exist - nee In
ibis City,' i• is In anocessful operation, and prepared to
carry freight as low any Ober individual line uetwren
Harrisourg„ kvinenry, Lesdconrg, Wil
heroin or , . Jakey Shore, Loct &Inv la and ail other panne
on the Nor,hern ennsi , Philadelphia ana k.r.e and Wil
llanuport and klnika haul - Dads.
DANL. A. MIIEINGH, Agent.
Da. richer& Pia.
Goods sent to the Ware House. of Mcscra. Peacoek,
Dail dr, Int hin in, Nos BuB and 810 Market street apnea
Ki_htb. Phltatelphla. by 4 veimez, P. X , will arrive at
Harriebu g, ready for delivery next morning.
PORT FOLIOS 1
TRAVELING , BAGS,
And asenaral assortment of
have just been received at
BERGNER'S CHEAP BOOKSTORE.
"THE PEN MIGHTIER ; THAN 'THE
THE LARGEST STOCK.,
THE MOST BEAUTIFUL STYLE); AND I'APTHBNS
, -S OF • -
Gold and Silver: Pencil and Pan
In the market, is to be tound at
BERGNER'S CHEAP BOOKSTORE
THEO. F. 15CHEFFER,
BOOK AND JOB PRINTEIi,
NO. 18, HAREM STREET,
gorPortlcalar attouslon paid to Prhiting, Ruling and
Eitsidlog of Railroad Blanks, Moinfesta, Pandas, Cheoks,
Drafts, Ace. Canoe printed at $3, 013, S, and SO per
thousand In elogant style. t2O
BOARDING SCHOOL FOR BOYS.
NAZARETH, Northampton county, Pa.
Easy of meow from Harrisburg by railroad to
Easton, and thence seven miles by stge •
Rev. EDWARDH. REJOEIEL,
all kinds, for
millEBll Garden Seeds o f
, BoLs & 13.1wmAbA
j: sale low by
m 3,2 . grain and 'Market 7 tteets.z:
_Tubs, Baskets, , =Broom's,
GIL/ Bididiaianaairidnda o f W Mow and Cedar
for Rale low by NIOROLS & BuWlLl2 l t,
my 2 Front mid *aka atriteta
PENNSYLVANIA RAIL ROAD I
SUMMER TIME TABLE.
FIVE TRAINS DAILY TO AND
ON AND APT=
MONDAY MAY sth, 1862
The Passenger Traina of the Penny'viola Railroad
Company wUI depart Nom and arrive at Harrisburg and
PhUadeiphia as follows :
THROUGH EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Harrisburg daily
at 116 a. m , and arrives at Vest Philadelphia a t 1.10
FAST LINK leaves Harrisburg daily, (extuipt Monday.)
at 6 80 a. en., and arrives at West Philadelphia at V.
PAST XilL TRAIN leaves Harrisburg daily (ezeept
Sunday) at 1.20 p. in, and arrives at Wert Philadelphia
at 6.20 p. m.
ACOOMMODATION TRAIN , via Mount Joy, loam
Hartlobar, at 7.00 a. m.. and among at Wont
dolphin at 12 25 p. m.
HARRISBURG ACCOIIIIIODATION TRAIN, via Colima
blab leaved liarrianded Al 4.10 D. m.. and arrived at Weal
14+Badelpala . 1 9 25 D. m
TH200211 UPR6B TRAIN leaves Philadelphia at
10.36 p. m. , Harrisburg at 3.00 a. w., Altoona 8.10, a. an.
and arrives at Pittsburg at 12.36 p. m.
HAIL TRAIN leaven Philadelphia at T 16 a. m., and ar
rives at Harrisburg at 12.60 p. Mayas Hirrlabari at
1.00 P. en., Altoona, 7,00 p. m., and arrived at Pittsburg
at 1216 a. tn.
PAST UNS leaves Innis at 11.30 a. in., Harris
burg 8.46 p. in., Altoona at 3.30 p. m•, and arriving at
Pittsburg at 12.46 a. in.
HARRISBtOBG AOOOI46IOOATION TRAIN leaves Phil.
doiphia at 2.30 p. m. , and arrives , at Harrisbarg at 3.00
MOUNT JOY ACCOMMODATION via Mount Joy leaves
Lancaster at 10.110 a. m., arrive, at Harrtiburg.at 12.40
SAMUEL D. YOUNG.
Supt. Bad, Igo. Penna. Railroad
Harrisburg, May 2, 11162 —d(
1862. SUMMER 1862.
CUMBERLAND VALLEY AND FRANKLIN
RAIL ROADS !
ORANGE OF HOUES.—On ; and after
kJ Monday, May fitly 18a2, Rasenger Trains Will nut dally, daily, as follows,. (Sundays llaceptoo
For Chambersburg and Harrisburg
" Greencastle.— .....
j - Arrive at.
Leave at • 830 12 55
gnippeneburg.. ......... ........0 00 147
Newville 932 2se
41 Carlisle 10 10 240
Meebaniiaburg 10 42 812
Arrive at Harrisburg .....
......11 16 g 4O
For Chambersburg and Hagerstown:
.A. ,IL P. lc
.8 06 186
.8 47 2lb
—IQ 02 329
—.lO as 400
...Arrive.u. 00 4FO
....14;aire..11 10 440
11 66 6 80
..... ..1 286 410
O. N. LULL, suet.
R. IL Mee, Chamberatmrg, Ray 1, 1862,31
Antics at Hagerstown
Q TRIPO.LI, Washing Blue,
L 1,,j• Indigo, Bulge and EagPsh, OOP by
NICHOLS & BuWMA.N . ,
all menet Pront and Harkin streatti.
LM. P. NI
..7 00 266
..7 87 336
..8 17 4 10