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BY GEORGE BERGNER.
IS PUBLISHED EVERY DAY,
By GEORG - € BERGNER
The Rimy 11110.041 re served to subscribers In the
City ate cents per w. et. Yearly subscribers will be
charged $1 00 0 3 advance.
Were's arto ma Wentz TEINGRAPIL
The TEL. OKAYS 1- also publabed twice e week daring
the seamen of toe Legislature and weekly during the
recoaluder of the yea , and f amished to subscribers at
the lol,ovrnir each rates, vls:
t.ingle übseribera per year Send Weekly..sl 60
T. is 4. u Ir gr
Twenty " .i It a
tingle subscrisers, Weekly 1 00
R\9ll OF e DFBRTISING
,07/* Four lines or 'en constitute erte•half square.
Wahl. lines or more %Mtn four oonntitnts sequel*.
Halt square, one d -y . ... SO 26
One wine 1 25
" one mooch. . 960
a three months.. .... 4 00
61 eta months 8 00
~ one y at 10 00
OIIIIIDUIUt 01-0 rev 60
owl en ek 200
44 one month 6 00
10 three months.... 10 00
Ito months 15 00
° one year 20 00
sar Buslnspe notices isserted In the Local Cattpin, or
borers Muriel:es and Deaths, EIGHT CENTS PER UNE
for I ach tneerttos.
tdarel.gos awl Deaths to be charged as regular
HELMBOLDIS - .GENUINE PREPARATION
"HIG , ILY CONCENTRA TED"
LOMP I 1/NO FLUID RETRAIN BUCHU,
A Positive and Specido Remedy
For Diseases or the BLADDER, KIDNEYS, GRAVEL,
and DROPSICAL SWELLINGS.
This Medicine increasLes the power or Digestion, and
eXCitag the ABSORBENTS lot • healthy action, by which
the WATatiV Oct CALOAREOIIS depositions, and all UN.
NATURAL ENLARGENENTS are reduced, as well as
PAIN AND INFLAMATIUN and Is good for
MEN, WOrdEel OR CHILDREN.
HELMBOLIYS EXTRACT BUCHU,
Arising from Excesses, Habits of Dissipation, Early In
discretion or abuse.
arrEN DID WITH THE FOLLOWING SYMPTOMS :
Indisposition to Exertion, LOBS of Power
Loss of lirmory, Difficulty of Breathing,
Weak Nerves, Trambling,
Horror of 12isease, Wakefulness,
Dimness el Vision, Pain in the Bash
Universal Lassitude of the Muscular System,
Rot Hands, Flushing of tile Body
Dryness or the Skin, ' Eruptions on the Face
These symptoms, if allowed to go on, which this med
WOO invariably rennopes, aobnlbilowa
IMPOTENCY. FATUITY, EPILEPTIO HI TS
IN ONE OF WEIGH THE PATIENT MAY DIME.
Who eao say that they are not &equally followed by
thane "DIREFUL DISEASES,"
"INSANITY AND CONSUMPTION."
Many are aware oil the cause at their auMbriog,
BUT NONE WILL CONFINI.
TB' RECORDS OF THE INSANE ASYLUMS,
And the Melancholy Deaths by gonsumpaton,
HIM AWLS WITNISsa TO TER TARTS OR THR 4811M102 , 6
THE COMM TonoN WU AFFECTED WITH
Requires the aid of medicine to strengthen and
Invigorate the System,
Which Hatteoun EXTRACT SUOMI inceriabig dos
a Iletal WILL CuSTICT TH KOVIT 11101P1:10.41.
OLD OR. Iva n% eive• neleTßll4l.i
,IN MANY AYPECTIONs PECULIAR YO' TEIMMI;"
to Estraat Suakin ia unequalled by any other remedy,
as 14 clisitmedtor Retention, Irregularity, Painfulness, or
Suppressio nor -Customary Evacuations,Ulcerated or
Sairrhonestate of the Uterus, Lencorhos Whites, Sterll
ity, runt tor all complaints incident to the ses i , whether
arising from ludiscretion, Habits of Dissipation, or in
DINZINIS OR OILINOR 03 UFA
sn ITXPTONB ABOVII
NO relacy SHOULD BE WITHOUT IT I
Tau NO moat MALIN, hintritr, 05 vertassArn!Mard•
Gill roe ossuatuarT AND Dan iaSolle MUMS.
118.41RULIO8 EXTRACT BUURIJ
hi all their Dingy • Al Milt Bayonne i
Little or no cluing. In Diet • No In0OUVGUIS000;
And 11110111y0iiird. •
It causes a frequent desire and &La strength to Urinate,
thereby removing ÜbstrocUons.
Preventing and Curing Strictures of the Urethra,
Allaying Pain and indtamMatloo, so frequent in the
slam et disease, and expelling ad Putman, Dsisaard
end warrposit Netter.
Rao RAU BMW IHN VlOTiMd OP QUAOIO,
and who have paid easy YAM to, be cured in a short
lime, have found they , were deceived, and that the 64 pat.
Pow , has, by We UN Of "POWBASUL Aginlllolloo/24:" been
dried up in the systeit, to Dreec out In an aggravated
PSIMAPII AFTER ALCPJELAGR.
UseHinrxorD'eSnaaasßono:terall ndixidon• and
.1100000; 01 1110
whether existing in -
MALE OR FEMALE,
from whatever cause originating and no matter t
HOW LONG d rAmmuve.
Diseases of these Organs require the aid of DIURGTIO
RELMBOLDII EXTRACT MMHG
THE GREAT DIIIREEW
And to certain to have the desired client In all Disesites
FUR WHICREC RiaddAtIENDED.
&Woos of UM most ivashia and- remionsale Character
WiD accompany the swam. •
Smite to* parrs Mandregh
rim Naxos 'sows ro
&MENDE AND FANS.
Prioe $1 00 per bottle, or idx for $5 00.
DeltvOted to any address, sinew pelted - from obsor
DEd(111311 SYMPTOMS IN ALL CONHUNIOATIONfa
Cures Guaranteed t Advice Gratis I
Parsonally appeared before me, an Alderman of Mei
city of Pbiladelptia, H. 'I. flaumoto, who being duly
sworn, doth say, his preparations contain no narcotic, no
mble ercury, or other Injurious drugs, but are purely vege
H. T. HiIIABOLD.
Sworn and subscribed before me, thin litki day of No
vember, YBS WM. P. HIBGERD, Aldermen
Ninth St. above Race, Phila.
+Aerate letters for InformsUon In confidence to
H. T. 111C121.130LD, Chemist,
Deis:4,lo4 South Tenth St. , bel.Chestact, PhDs,
" I N 4 ilf OD' GoUNTID Kir
4NI) ImetuNcIPLED DBALENS,
WhO Odeon* to m.veme .'or ennia own" and "otam"
&mom ott 11111122714 " 14 . mann yr
Halmbold% Genuine Yreprrruo a
ti a Lan Mt %I'm
a • • .•• Improved hea t w m fi.
Sold by . 03. S. Heller, D. W, orate, wieuk O , A.
.AND. ILL DRWIFIST4 Brilarvrtigng.
ARK FOR BELDBOLD'S. TAILS No m ina.
Out ont the advertisement. and send for it.
novIR ANDdly AVOID IMPORITION AND IMMARTAL. -
nit. GEO: W. B,T,INE, graduate .of the
aidum ov iobutge or Dem& I Surgery; 'havingp er
to.oently lowed In Meetly of Harrisburg and taken•the
dice formerly occupied by Dr. Gorges, on Third street
between Harkin and Walnut, resPeelaHrAufOrin,
Mends and the pubucphigsueral, that be is if repereot to
perform all operatieus lathe Dental PrOfinskla " hi*
Wide* . or mechanical , in, a manner thatabrd not, be
bY °embus la this or any other airy. His
moue of inserting articleal tobb b Upon the lattattM•
proved soleuttlic principle ; •
Teeth, from one to I full tet, nOtibted gut
Wes, nada% plate or the outosrdti Bette.
Irate met pleasure ha reooreautedustheatitifit'
Witte to ell sty former bleeds or litarrbbusg ;II-
Welty, and feel conedeet that he will hailed I
Was la a edentttle muss; fraisAy tame
O. toplkitta Jai. UORpidal.
S AIaTIDic i
HAS discovered the most certain, speedy
and effetcual temody In the world for .
DISEASES OF IMPRUDENCE.
EMITS IN BIZ TO TIMM BOOB&
No Mercury or Noxious Drugs.
A Cure Warranted, or no Charge, in from one
to Two Day'.
Weakness of the Back or Limbs, Strictures A ff eetiotut
of the hidnsys and Bladder, Involuntary disc harges,
potency; General Debility, Nervousness, Dyspepsyi 1.9 m
eiw, Low Spirits, Confusion of Idelts,"Pa (phonon of the
Heart. Timidity; Tremblings, Dimness of sight or Giddi
ness, Disease of the Head, Throat, Nose or Skin, MEW-
Boas of the liver, Lungs, Stomach or Bowels—those ter
rible disorders arising from the Solitary Habits of Youth
—those atom and solitary prackt , cas more total to their
victims than the song of :yrens to the Mariners of Ulys
ses, blighting their moat brilliant hopes or anticipations,
rendering marriage, &a., impossible.
Young len •
Especially, who have become the victims or Solitary
Vice, that dreadful and destructive habit which annual
ly sweeps to an untimely, grave tbouranda of Young
Men of the most exalted talents and brilliant intelleA,
who might otherwise have entranced listening! (donates
with the thunders of eloquence or waked to ecstasy the
living lyre, stray call with full confidence. '
&tarried Persone, or Young lien , 'Oonimaplating mar
riage, being aware or physical weanniessi organic -debili
ty eeformities, &o.,epeedil cured.
he who plates ins& under the care of Dr. J. may
religiously confide in his boner as a gentleman, and con-
fidently rely upon his skill as a Physician.
Immediately Cured, and full vigor Restored.
This distressing allection—which renders t Ile misera
ble and marriage Impossible—is the penalty. paid by the
victims of improper Indulgences. Young persons are too
apt to commit ozonises from not . being aware of the
dreadful (loosen iencea that may ensue. New, who that
understands the subject will pretend to deny that the Oa , '
er of procreation is legit sooner uy those falling into Wl
proper habits than by the prudent Besides being de
prived the pleasures of. healthy oillspring, the most se
rious and destructive symptoms to both body and mind
arise. The system becomes deranged, the Physical and
Mental Functions Weakened, Lass of Prbereative Power,
Nervious Irrattblllty, Dyspepsia, Palpitation of thallium,
Indigestion, Constitution,. I Debility, a Wresting of Abe
Frame, Clough, Consumption, Decay and Death.
office, Ko. 7 Bin& Frederick Street. -
Len hand side going from Baltimore street, a few door.
trim the corner. Fall not to observe name and number.
Letters must be paid and contain a stamp. The Doc
tor's Diplomaa hang In his office.
A Cure Warranted in Two Days.
N 9 drawn/ or Naassous props,
Member of the Royal College of surgeon, London, Grad
uate from oue or the most eminent Oolleges in the United
States, and the greater part of whose life lies been spent
In the bespitedapr London, Paris, Philadelphia and else
where, has effected some of the meat astonishing ~ores
that were ever known •imany troubled with ringing In
the dead and ears when asleep, great nervousness, being
alarmed at sudden sounde, bashfulness, with frequent
blushing, attended sometimes with derangement Of plied
were cured immediately.
Take Particular Notice.
Dr. J. addresses ad those who have injurisithenmelves
by improper indulge car and solitary habits, which ruin
both body and mind, undtag them for either boldness,
1 4 11 1 , ..a9c , 1510r...PerriA1t -
nese are wine Of the aid and metancho
vaars ,, art.
Mine , L,
LAVA of Muscular Power, Paltliation of , the heart, :',Dyn.
popsy Nervous Irratibil ty, Derangement of the Digestive
Fouotiooll, LiOnerAl Debility, Symptoms of Consumption,.
lIIINTALLY.—The fearful effects on the mind; are much
to be dresded—Loss of Memory, Contusion of Ideas, De
pression of Spirits, Soil Yerestings, Avers on to Society,
Self Distrust, Love of solitude,. Timidity, tko., are some of
the evils produced. ,
tnousame of personae!' all ages can " now judge What
is the cause of their declining„haaith, losing, their vigor,
becoming weak, Vale...nervous and emaciated,' having . a
singular appearance about the eyes, cough and symptoms
of eonsumption. • ,
' • Young Men • -
Who have hilured themselTes by a fr certaltr practice in
dulged In when ilinehh babiti frognottly learned from
evil companions, or at, school,: the Otregts Or which are
sightly felt, even whetFiailiep, and if not cured renders
marriage bitpleible, anti destesys both:mind - ant-body,
should appirinimedialia. • ,
What a pity that a yqung man, the hops of his coun,
try, lhe darling of his parents, should be snatched ilrom
all praspeets and enjoyments of life, by the consequence
of deviating from the path of nature and indulging-1w a
certain secret habit. 'Such persons war, before contain
reflect that a wind Mind and body are the most neces
sary mutates to promote Columbia' hapidnesi. Dlderid,
withelethasti, the journey through lifc'becturies weary
pilgrimage ; thoprosperit hotely diwitssut to the view ;
the mind be-odes shadowed with despair ind'elled with.
the melanctiolly red anon that'the happiness of another
becomes blighted - vdth our own.
Disease of Imprudence.
When the mieguidad and Impredent votary of Finalize
hada that he nee imbibe the reeds of this Rust& din
ease, it t,OO often kapens that an th.ilmed sense of shame
or dread of discovery, deters Ulm , from applying to these
who, !rem et mashed and respemaollity, can atone bW.
friend him, delaying till the octistitnitinal symptoms on
this borr d disease make their appearanoe, such as ul
corked sore throat, diseased noise. nocturnal "pains ; In
the heat sod Hoke, &Was of Slot; demised', noites bb
the slun bones and arms, blotches Os the h ad; fare and
extremities, progress , ng with frightful rapidity,
lost the palate of the mouth or the heaps of the nose 1511 is, and the Victim (Willits twill dlseaati become a horrid
object of compOseratioo;till death pod a period to his
dreadful suileriagic by,settilieg bun to "that Urdlecov,
Tared Country , Pram whetwie no 14Velerfeturns."
It is a littatkeholik fad that Oaklands fill victims to
this terrible dimes, owing Urine unleatilinese.or :Tpo.
rot pretelidertii !rho 3 . 0 Z ki?.. 1 •19 Of LAM _Otarithit
Martwla . tiki tiutikatiWit•• Wed Mike ilk o
itra il g e r i t
Trust not your lives, or health, to She care of ilia nairlir
Unlearned...mid Woriblem„Piateadere, deatittge of OW.
ledge, Wu or` charmde4 wbacopy Johaserauulver.
verUsemente, or style themselves: la, the ~niiirspapere,
regularly lkteceted Midden inoapetah,cs Osiris& they
tamp yomicillior month after meant, (st ing,r their AMY
sad peasinicaluss compounds, or , as long as the emu feat
fee wars obtatued, and to despair, leave Ira:WU ruin.
et Mishit to sigh over your Dahl dluppolMmeut.
Dr.-Johnson la the only Physician auragilaing,
'Eli credsattal or diplomas always bowlnWe dam
BM remedies or treatment, are mamma to all others,
prepared Vela s slits epistle the IV eat boepltals Aft Ica-
rope, the area in the country awl a merle extensive Pri
vate Practice lima any other Physirhasiin the world.'
Indanoteneut of the Neu. •
Th e mily Curet at Uulluilitfittott your • of
yekr, aturkerio***loo ftergioal 'Opera.
hone porformeltby Dr: JehmsUi triummidea by the re
wash of the Wit,'" dOlipPer, , ria , manf other pa-.
mrs, notices of which hare swami gob` WIC in
begue the Patilli; besides bla lough% dgehtlemU of
pher= j useoulbliityi le a behldent h• - & - qtee
4144 .Dll= ll Ouriltd;
ulfikkliS be itimealar tilicoting, weir
town W jok.batitittlett, MAO. Olowing manner::
aottlr j'o7ifißOAT, M. D.
01 the lisli*Oro 4 :x 4 E # o lli4o4 l linlers. y4l
supply of 'Mintz' Sakd Oil, in
Aim and =au bcomm; ssul'or different . 1196 1341
114. waived 414 hr. BM* 14
VIRE ORACK6I;I3 by the oheit or box,
just riettraitad *hole by
_ 1110114416 SOWltArti
rem hunt:and Illarket Mitt.
~ - 411Prrbit • - -6* 26raffgair °r
Z.) 14 c,,•;ll,llrill!lliCikeliitirigill.
HARRISBURG, PA.,' WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 13, 1862.
NICHOLS & BOWMAN
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
: Corner Front and • Market Streets,
RESPECTFULLY invite the attention of
the public to their large and welt selected stock of
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FOREIGN AND DO
Including among otherul
We invite an examination of our qaperior
NON EXPLOSIVE COAL 0114
The beat in the market. In every , respecit; to
gather with all kinds of
LAMPS, SEIADEI2I, MINERS, WICKS and
' 'GLASS CONES,
Cheaper ihan cmy place in Harrisburg. We keep
on hand always all kinds of
CEDAR AND WILLOW WARE
All styles and kinds of
QUEENSWARt AND GLASSWARE,
at the old stand, NICHOLS & BOWMAN, '
m -20 Corner Front and Market Ste.
SHEET MUSIC. SHEET MUSIC.
EVERAL thoniand pieces _of NEW and
c.reintly selected. numb, comprising a- very .fhl
s.so.tment.• • . - .
Steinway's Unrivalled - Pianos:
PIANOS FOR $.1150 lIP 'Td . sl,oool.
SCHOOL AND CHURCH ORGANS
FROM EIGHTY DOLLARS.
PRINCE'S MELODEONS &4.
From Forty4tve Dollars.
GUITARS,' • • • .
-* 44 V::i 3 WAM*lkFakg=WrgicceiA.aiicook-c. iv
HOWE'S SEWING ,Ig,kOBINTAB
mach to order. Centime" vitlictika law t..t
Frames nicety deception isinelciedar at thilineed
83-11 0' Mac 3 41 .0, 4 r.
...s two 1.
lucidly tie., Moe got - new COI derc.i
i . RE B p at OZCL.F o 9, 4 l4f r l i ii r tiine,
is En ie :
to the following worke e which will enab e
the to! inereaki thi4 quanta* tint ratite - of
ar 6 o tii,aadfig •Bolen'co At ths3444o='
mantedA others to their experience :: • ...,
eritiquar's BOOK OF TER RABIC de
wing all th i rmilbto:?f haillo4lll. !NIA
t i ll,
t Lig& t. way:m.l)6l4 , m then". 111....14.13r
COLEMAN'S _ASOKLCULTURR and Real
Econonol. • 00
LANDSCAPE GARDENING, .bly4Reif: ... 1 Op
TEE PARMER'S.COMPANION, by Suet..
urerums OW PRAOTIOAI4 At:WOW
TURN, by JOlinston 60
THE AMEENDAN tiAßMEßlEPthalintrunl ,
venial baudbook, with 400 Mgr/Maga-2 60
EASYi !SWEEPS) , Olf; MANAGING 0
The Natate'and Tiem ment of Amemmels of :
Cattle ' by Dad& .._._.- ..4 .1 60
LEIBIGS AG iilOl.lL KURAL.ollMiltierfrr fl 6
Eitabli Cows AND DAIRY PARIUNd, !
and the production of. milk, , hotter,
' cheese '
, by Pant ,"` 160
GRASSES AND .trolubE :PLANTS, by
Lynch . • . • .1
aucrosi Cmitining the
Horse, th4-one, the pig, fowls, lic., 0(f .
THE FARMER'S' DIMONARY arid Prao
ied Farm ,r 'by Dr. Gardna 60
ALLEN'S DOMPSTIO _
-TEE -FIELD BOOS OF MANURES, Or
Americtor Muck Book 1" 26
THE :HORSE 'AND HIS bISRASI73, by
Seniiinge - 100
YOCIATT ON THE HORSE • 'r 26
FAIIBIERY and UT JD BOOK.. 00
110-2dE3IAIISHIP and Elie Oratiklng and
Triiniiig — of fioiles_
SUS:Tdaiit Bbokm; Sogicol Boati% PAd' itivety•
o:dig in its sistionery li ne, atiowese
BERGNER'S OBELI' EWE, STORE,
FIETERSIVE SAP, something better
A i r tow thotripneirliousehold Soap. Just rtoolved
19c 440 liy, , & BOWMAN, I
id Corner M•rket Aram.
CH AP Oilier. all kinds: ef;.zaaebiliery t
• , jik nia(4l tatyPittgovie•POk. for sale b
Na. 110183 & bOWYM.f,
jEiv ' • Cbroer Frost 'ad Market arrest_,
4Very 02110i00 let, aqua the oe 'okra
te3 (imported) Torkbk* )tut rer *WS.
A IBMALL,•:tutfavery superior lot of
reagyed, by -
WY. podit, Jr: -E1 •
cLARIFIED-Narrliikauls sugar; a obeip
sad beaming - 41411E for ilawLby •
. . sloitiva4 k BOWLIIN,
7yrk - - - -Caiter lrolit sod Ilarket Ono -
93 Market street, Harrisburg, Pa.,
DIAL= IR •
'Am. DI CO
XTEW ROSEWOOD PIANOS, from 'the bee
IA makers, from $2OO upwards.
THE BEET MANUFACTURED INSTRU
BENTS, FROM $45 to $lOO.
Guitars, Violins, Accordeons, Flutes,
Fifes, Drums, Panjos;Tambburities,
Violin and Guitar strings atidnitu&
cal merchandise in general.
L kith ITBWATioNs 811V48
heirid: Music sent by mail to any, part of t
OVAL, 5Q17;4111t,... GILT AND ROSEWOO .
Suitable for hooking glasses, and all kinds of
pictures always on hand.
A tine assortment of hest plated
L 0,41, KING G41 ' 48 8.8 8
From smallest to largest sizes.
Any style of frame ,msiß
,to order at di!?
WM: 'KNOCHE, •
febl9-wasly 98 Market street,
'Or ,E - WORK : El,
Harrisburg; P ennsylvania.
11001-1111DERS', RULOG-111LIIIN PA AND PINS,
STANDING PRESS - F.'S, -
SAWING MACHINES, PRESS . BOARDS,:
GRINDING CUTTING-MACHINE KNIVES.
Portable Cider Mills .and Fodder Cotters,
Wald Machine Work and Iron and Braga
HOOD TURNING IN. ALL ITB BRANCHES,
SCROLL SAWING, PLANING, EZV., RIC
• Or Any Machine of Wood, Iron or Brass
Anade to order. ; Gear d, Screw Cutting, Sus.
= • •Hit C 1 7 .01 L ' 7 S
PATENT WOODENW CUTTING TOOLS.
sac Coati paid for Ol der ' , Speller, -&a.
CELLAR, 'WfIiDOW GRATES ,
Of Tarbes patterns, troth kteilottiry and swinging. asst
very' Orme at the •• • ht-ly RAGLh WORKS.
Th9oirard...A/4SY . exit
• ,‘"uw.• "57 .
0711011 NO. 408 , 0111111TN07 BLIZERr,
i(Offairrat RECIONNEUAL.) •
,TRQUAg4 RIDGWAY, President
JOHN JA3p.% Actuary,
FAONTINONI - to make INEMAILNON ON
IL/ 1.1Y.8.i on the MOIMMISOMINO terms.
_ t amt Egeoutore j sriginsen and Guard 'sus, cosier
41119WITIRfccd la ReoliethiChtilishieseet' ,
The capita being ssidAp wid invested, together isfrp
a eed two tly isowe , eing received html, tem
' t NJessr.cz. •
Pre s laukgilnaltyeluiy or quart
'Me company ,i_Prilodiestiy to the Inen
for ie. The PIM BONUS aopropriatet•in De.
ti n i tgrra li Vettlk,
BONUS in 1149. ThemtpdidiDena are made without re
quintigasy tnerealw a r ciad preaunino to be pa id to the
'if er r ouowing are a ezit6Lptif hem um Register :
.. . .
Noll 9 ** • 011. , - ' 'T. , , --`, •- 1 :1' 7 .' :ray
, . 132 . , 9(100 k'l,o6o , tte ' -- ' • 4,030: 00 , s
rf. t.;11. 8 1V 'i , , / •- !,.... 1 1: 4 0 11 x, 0 . •. -
o leate l,
"KO, at,' irr I.!i* aF4:l7l# i#7, :
WILLIAM . 11UB=
. . . .
.. .....,. .. . ... . _....
e lk dl . . .. . .
HIS INVALIIABLE intim! WHICH .1 8
entirely vegetables in itwete‘osidon, has
WO employed.. With ..wondetent &mem foe
many ye4rs in ;ha mire of disease for the ALB
PAStAGES and LUNGS. For any form of the
disease such as COUGH, TICKLING of the
SPITTING OF BLOOD, DIFFI
CULT BBEATHIN(4,HOARSHNESS, LOSS OF
,H,ECTIO REVEHed,, its use will
.I*, t i4tendeli with the happier t results. It , is
alle 'a! tiro licit and, safest medicines for all
r fonmot BELONCHICIS and CONSUMPTION.
No /radium or prep 'fin of Opium in any slap
ai 4 44 4 11 9 .
PRICAi *OO PEA BOTTLE.
%isle • a Itutiattlinoarlif BOOK
'tit U. A. .0* A R El I L
P', 1 13 M B -E R "
-' 4 s ITTE
esitd B*lo, • • 10 1 &Kir* 'the TiVraPh• PON*
C.- !FORMelthrohits public
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HARRISBURG AND SIM BIISQIIRHAYSIA.—The
lowing truthful, beautifUl and , eloquent tribute
to the Susquehanna .and HUrrisbutg with ita
surroundings, is, from the pen of Bay. B. J.
Wallace, D. D., whorl-des& we havfirety
recorded. Dr. Wallace, though not a native of
Harrisburg,, vas brought here by his parents
at two years of age, and resided here through
his youth, acquiring in this place much of that
elegant scholarship for which he was afterwards
distingdialiedi 'and ever cheilahed, al for a
home of the heart, the precious memories of
our almost unequalled beauties of location and
-.Our readers, -we are certain, will.appreciate
these:contributions to; the natural.beauties by
which we are surrounded, bat which, in otir
familiarity with them, we.are,apt to overlook,:
Itthere he a more beautiful :spot on earth
than that where the men of. Paxton selected,
we have never seen 'it. Iron - its scum .41
Otsego lake, where the great - American novel
tat has described it in language that will never
cease to be read.; along bytte.levely;vrindkors
where, the Charming • intersects the North
Branch, Vehose beauty 'has; Wirt embilined by
one`' - of our - meet graceful poets; by thiiiralley
of Wyoming, which. lives forever in the hnsigi
nation of Campbell, but which is fairer even
than the semiltropical fancy of which he was
enamored; or",by the bold scenery of the Meet •
rug of Its waters at Northumberland, to its
broad-glory celebrated in the New Federal,
and its ; nieguilicetat union with the Chesapeake, '
every mile of the Susquehanna is Miautiful.
Other rivers have their' pants of loveliness or
of grandeur, toe butsiushannat has every form
of beauty or aablimity that 'belongs to rivers.
We have seer' •them all :.'Connecticut; Hud
son, Delaware, Ohio, Missi;eippi, and Mis
souri. There is nothing, like the
banns on this contine n t. Its puce/oar
character depends upon its origin in
the New York meadows, its passage through
the magnificent Pennsylvania Highland% and
the richness of the valleys that lie betw; en the
mountains. Everywhere its word is dtft„.uted;
it begins a wooded" lake; it" winds -tt limpid
brook by meadows and overallier pebbles t it
it makes its way through mountains; , it loiters,
restingly, by their beam ; it Sweeps in broad
Courses by the valleys- Its vast wad
mad springlresheis, When e7wollen by the melt
ed snows; it rushes - from the hills with ireeist
doom, leaves, r. s, an. aftei island
its mid channel of "the, richest. green. and
most surpassing beauty ;;_phile thole passages
through the. mountains aftrti points of teenery,
far finer than, any one would believe them to
be from any jleaziPtion, if he has not Been
Tne...8000 , instals the randes -of
these P tt below
assiaget jut '
i tim = g nigh. of t
Juniata. (fours° theie is rieveral Miles long
before, it entirely fln.engages itself from the
osibicillunter'i Paha ; atilt* are the re
mains o f the rock! , barrier which once resisted
Its Way. Entirely ut libero,,lt pours its stream,
a milit i allde, along a &shad some fifty or slaty.
feet "Wreath: its 'l/14tri Attnk. About seven
miles below the ,monolitdris, at a point where
they lodk blue sheltering
we n from the northern b eats, flows in a little
stream whitili the Indians called . Pexetaog,
Ptilzratig or Paxton. This mountain' range is
the northern boundary, of the, grata valley,
Whioh,‘"underlaid,With bibe . olimestone,•cOvered
originally With the• richest and noblest forest ,
growth, and Including within it the garden of
all the Atlantic slope, .titteuda from Easton, on
the Delaware,by IleactimerLebanan and Lan
caster, .by Hrris..urg,...lerk.otad Cardsle, by
Ohambersburgi Hagerstown and Winchester,
until it louses itself in the Forth Caroline
The point of greatest beauty in all that valley
is the spot where it 'cloven by the Snegue
A bundred and forty t. years ,ago, an entier
prising young num from Yorkshire, in hag.
laud, by desticent, probablY cidif btthose Eicendi•
•navians wuo ' under the • great ? Canute held
`licraqtaion of the north of England, and , gave
us maid elaranter to it, made his way to I)4tia-•
d e lphig. He , niariftd turn a: bitty who came ,
over with it well kui;wri Yorkshire _ll=4 of
this any.° ilnipetted by the 'Adore enterprising
spirit,thst brought, liim from' the old woad,
and using.. inevitable eye that was °hare°.
teristic of him, he *brit' to the banks of the
Susquehanna. He Settled for it" - brief period at
4 point above Columbia,
.where the , village of
Banbridge now stands, a place much frequented
by . the ..Conoy or Gawanese Indi4ns. But he
was net'satlittied with thii looitton. Exploring
upwards along the eastern banks of the Susque-
Mums, he'advanced until, instead of the Cone
wag° hills at his.baok, and on the opposite aide
of-the river, he found the entrancti•opposite to
him of diet indit` beautiful valley, already de;
sciitied, with two fine streams Boning into the
river about five miles apart, and On the eastern
tr.de aa,elevated_plaiesu , unsurpassed in loved
nets in the wide world, with the. little Felton
flowing at the base of an elevated slope or ridg -
of land. Here he settled,hnd the ferry across
the river at the entrance of the • Cumberlanil
, valley' II!. Gelled after him. His sun, the first
white child burn west of the Conewago hills,
aubstqinnitly laid Out a Wulf on the spot, and
with singular fonathotight set apart MX acre on
a noble - bill which rises on the north-west;
!thlehlit,upootyeyed to State !or public pur l
poses. . iscapitol of gennuylcauia is now built
upon It; and the city beniritibtirg beard his
rititne.--(PieL Ow' r Retas°l 41 1 16 ; 1860 , PP.
• • • II •
The Susquehanna has enjoyed l the singular
advantage of be.ng ' accurately And elegantly
described, as it appears at its "parent lake,"
by Cooper, of being, the source from which an
imaginary river -has sprang in the. barmy of
Campbell ; of filling one of the picturesque
lines of Marznion, and of hiving been chosen
by COleridge, Sciuthey and Lovell at , the seat of
their experiment of human perfectibility, which
fortunately, perhaps, they were not permitted
to carry, into execution. There is.
„in fact, in
the beautiful nate of thinriverand in the in
ddhtitereport'of Ate liastiteux , tieralinesi
PRICE ONE CENT.
wbichbas, in various ways, struck faintly
theirEtr, something which has caught the En
glish imagination. Deeper far would it sink
into the heart, if they bad seen a Northumber
land noon and a Harrisbnrg soniet. to the
one we see the rays of the sun, flashing from
the union of two mighty rivets, pouring them
selves from mountain stream and 'adman lake;
a' lofty hill bounding the one, and prieenliog
its bold, rounded outline to the other;
one town rising from the point of union
of the branches, and another° embowered in
the foliage of the opposite verdant plain.—
While at Harrisburg, above the shelf of reeks
which breaks the waters into foam.. a liquid
surface, now saffron, now crimson, now purple,
the 'change so gradual that each shadows', into
the other, and each seems more beautiful thin
its sister—stretches out, broken only by two
islands, making the scene more lovely, ttnlngh
theprwere sham:tout would my it were already
perfect. Or, at deeper night, if you will stand
where every leaf of the immemorial trees Is
to the writer precious, and where every blade of
OM and river rock is to him a mournful re
coaktion, you will see the crescent moon, sil
vering bElght, broad reaches of water lying far
below the rocky bank, and stretching Into the
deep ehadoti , of the dividing island. So pure
are these waters, that the fisher's light seems
to reach to the bottom, and show you the peb
blealou have so often seen tar down in its
depths while gliding over the collect' in the
summer afternoon. Calm, indeed, and sooth
ing to the fevered heart ; but - alas I powerless
to still its agitated beatings, or to smarm from
the soul the passions which need a mightier
influence, befoirli unrest will become period of
sin holinesa.—(Pre.. Oar. Reeiiv, 11Pril, pp.
From Gen. Pope's Army.
Gen. Buford's Cavalry Expedition.
FAR'TIMMMiI OF ITS OPFSATIONO.
SIMMISHES WITH THE REBELS
CULPisPPER, VS Aug. 11
The Brigade of Cavalry under command of
Gen. Buford made a descent on Madison Court
House on Tuesday, and , found that the relwis
had been there but had lett. He made a reoon
noisauce in every direction, andmet rebel pick
ets on every road.
On the seventh the pickets . On- the road to
Stannardavilla had a skirmish, losing , one
killed and three wounded.
On the next day the First Haigh/Aid had an
other skirMish on the Orange , Cceirt Rouse
t*adhiria which they lost 6 hilted and ikwounted
and about a desert taken prisoners.,
Being reinforced by the First Michigan, the
Rilbe - triferedtiven ,to the Rapidan.
A strong reoonnoisance was made on the seine
evening to the Rapidan on the Orange. road
and a skirmish was going on without Imo, •
when an order came from Gen. Buford to re
turn to Madison Court Rouse :
.The part.y got home at di A M. on the ilth,
and found everything ready for a retreat to
ward Sperryville, as the rebels were approach-
Ing irom every dilation,. The party reachid
Woodville in safety, and there halted' sad
reached Culpepper on Monday night.
The escape of this brigade is considered
almost miracuinns, as they were surroundedon
every side, and all gave the party nrs as' LAC
Gen. Buford deserves great praises for the
able nuumer in which he extricated • bit °ow
"sand frOm such a forlorn position.
FROM FORTABSS MROI,
Formless MontOir,'Ang. 11.
Commodore Porter's fleet still remaintrat‘an
chor fin Hampton Roads, and is not as dual.
son's Landing, as has been published.
Much satietaction him be= lately created is
Norfolk, Suffolk and vicinity by the late de
termination of the United States Generals-in
command there to compel every citisen to take
the oath of allegiance to the Government, or
at once leave and seek prOtection under the so
called "Confederate" Government, which'.p
pears.to be more congenial to their rebellious
The mail boat John Tucker came down tills
ittiitkirW..,bnt brings no definite krwa. Fein*
rumors hive bee n ~et &goat since shearriWitt
but they al/ appear tr, be unfoundrd.
The Elm.-City and Ilesu,abee camakdowt)Vis
river ,today with skk boldiedirlrue..thr my
hospitallittl go North.
The' mail -boat Mt completely loaded wish
passengers, discharged soldiers, recruitieg rat
cers and .some 400 musicians, who hare bees
mustered out of 'service
Stanton Comma, Tenn.. A.ug. 111.
Secretary rammed the, following dm
patch from Columbia, Tema., to
Major Hennaly, with two email compaolell
of the Firit Kentucky Cavalry, encountered
the guerillas in greatly superior. numbers six
imea yesterday and last night at varloua points
below Williameport, deleatiug the enemy - in
each effort with 'considerable law Our lam was
only one wounded. (Signed.)
J. S. }how, Wig. Q .
w: I: TIO WAR MEETING AT AID.
ANDRIA, VA. -
A large war meeting was h id at Alexandria
this evening. Jefferson Trity
Speeches were nude: by Sonata Pomeroy of
Hanlon, Senator Harlan ot• lowa, Senator
Chandler of Michigan and others. The molt
ing was the moat enthusiastic and largest eve r
held in this city.
NEW MARBLE AND STONE` YAM
HENRY BRO WN""`''
11Cr.A.VING opened a Manna AND STOxi
Lx, Yale on Canal Street, Dear thiestout , arena, oppo.
3114 the P unsyleada Hamad la,. w i lds om , hod
of informing the anions of Eisaitobarg'snl Winity tsar
be is prepared to dean krodeof suartnedoid Wilke astt
in" superior ibs n sr,s d 011 We* Merast" , "fa