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Saturday Afternoon, September 27, 1862
Quarter Master Hale, desires us to state, that his
department is now over supplied with lint and banda
ges. In return for the prompt liberality of the peo•
pie, he is also grateful, and feels that those. thus
meeting the wants of the wounded, have earned the
highest praise. No more eantrantlions of the kind are
needed for the present.
Tam wits be preaching In the Methodic
Church, Locust steeet, to-morrow evening only
Ltaux. CILABLKB &MIL, of this city, who was
taken prisoner in one of the battles before
Richmond under Gen. Pope, has been paroled
and arrived at Fortress Monroe recently.
ARRIROIRD FOR A LAROINT.-officer Campbell
this morning arrested Henry Heylon, on . the
charge of having stolen a watch, &a., from Jo•
seph Hoffman. He was committed to prison to
Tlll Psome's Maori Easourrva Committee
of the several wards of the city of Harrisburg,
are requested to meet at the Park Homo, at 7i
o'clock, P. II , on Monday, the 29th inst.
2t PETER MEYER, Chairman.
A PHIGANTEROPIST who has been devoting
some time to the hospitals in this city, informs
ns that while visiting the one in which the se
cerl prisoners are cared for, he found that yes
terday and this morning, they were all enjoying
themselveli hugely in reading the tory organ.
Of course they would be —What sheet is likely to af
ford secesh more relief than any lotion which our
surgeons could offer.
Wa mute NOT Awens, until this morning, that
the School Department of the State of Penn
sylvania had taken charge of the Breckinridge
candidates for the Legislature in this county.
We noticed a clerk in that Department gallant
ing the gallant Gen. Roumfort through the
market introducing hi in to the people as a Dem
ocratic candidate for the Legislature. What
says Superintendent Burrowes to this dodge ?
Carr. Deus, of Snyder county, while pro
ceeding with his boat in the canal, and when
just in the act of passing the bridge below
Chestnut street, his boat struck a pier, and al
most instantly sunk. It was loaded with lum
ber, and the water in the canal will have to be
drawn off before the boat can be raised. This
of course will interrupt navigation for a few
Grrryssuao was visited by a very destructive
fire on Wednesday evening last. The flames
were first observed issuing from the stable of
Mr. Nicholas Coduri, on the alley between
Chambersburg and West Middle streets. The
fire immediately communicated with the ad
joining stables and shops, end before it could
be checked the stables of Messrs. N. Codori,
Gorge Little, Dr. J. L Hill, Mrs. Weikert,
(occupied by Mts. Myers) and a stable and two
shops belonging to Mr. H. S. Miunigh were in
ruins, with nearly all their contents. 'I he shops
fronted on Washington street and were occu
pied by the Messrs. Zeigler as a carpenter shop.
Several valuable horses, cattle, swine, gears,
vehicles, and a large amount of grain and hay
This fire had scarcely been extinguished,
when another was discovered in a stable some
distance from the first, in which bay, gears,
carriages, wagons, sleighs and harness to an
Invaluable amount were destroyed. It is sup
posed that these fires are the work of a regular
ly organized band of incendiaries, who have no
tified the people that the whole town should be
Faun Acomeir.—About half past six o'clock
orf Thursday evening a terrible accident occur
red on the P. IR. at the first bridge east of
Perksburg. The train was going east, convey
ing returning militia, from West Cheater and
vicinity. Some of the soldiers, in violation of
strict rules of the Company, managed to get on
the top of the cars, and three of them tied the
penalty of their rashness by being knocked oft
by the bridge—two were instantly killed, and
a third so-seriously injured that hie recovery is
barely possible. •
Another.—About three o'clock yesterday morn
ing another accident occured, resulting in the
death of John Otte, a brakesuuna on a freight
train. The train waif near Bohrerstown, Lan;
caster county, when the coupling was discon
nected by some means between the cars, and
part otthe train left behind. On this being
discovered the engineer slackened his speed to
allow the other cars to come up. At this time
some one was seen swinging a light, supposed
to have been the deceased endeavoring to have
the engine stopped, as the break occurred at his
car. The end of the train came_rapidly down
the grade and ran into the other care, breaking
several of them; and after the eollision Ottswas
found beside the track dead, with several cuts
about the face cad head, and severe bruises all
over the body.
Another.—On Wednesday night last,
about 12 o'clock a train carryin g troops passed
through Carlisle, and ran over a young man
named John Shriver, who was lying on the
track, and the engine and entire train pas se d
over his body, tearing and mangling it moat
horribly. Of course he was killed instantly.
And of course he was intoxicated when he
sought rest ou a railroad track.
Tames Slalom was killed by the morning
passenger train over the Philadelphia and Erie
Railroad on Thursday last, between Lewisburg
and Northumberland stations. He was in the
act of driving a hog over the track, when the
cow-catcher knocked him off, killing him in
Nswoonna, an employee on the Rail
road, was killed at Lewisburg station lately, in
the act of coupling an.
Cl , o4U.—The Freeburn House—charges sell
ing liquor' to minors, habitual drunkards, inn
Sunday, and for keeping a disorderly house.-
Than is another hole on Third street, Where
liquor is sold without discretion, and should
SOMETHING NEW.—Messrs. Coyle and Herr,
Proprietors of Berr's Hotel, have just received
from Havana, a superior lot of Hava!li Se
gars, of the "Al4uerns" Brand. We judge a
statement of the fact is sufficient to draw
smokers to Herr's to procure a supply of that
justly celebrated brand. sept26-dmate2dc
SELF-WTI:LATH& TO AVOID BUNG DRAFTED.-
A, young man living in Bloomfield township,
Crailotd county, made hie appearance before
Dr. Ray, at Centreville, on Thursday last, for
this purpose of getting exempted from the
draft. In order to disqualify himself for mill.
buy duty be had cut off hie right fore finger
above the first joint. When he was informed
that he would bane , been exempted without
thnifinutilating -himself, he being under age,
the cowardly whelp sneaked off, receiving the
contempt and derision of those present.
LINT A Huitsua.—A writer in the Boston Poat
says of lint :—" Every ounce of lint sent to the
army does mischief. Its only use is to cover
up the blunders of bad surgery. It is seldom
used by the best surgeons here. In the army
it is crowded into wounds by men who know
no other way to stop hemmorrhage, and there
it remains till it becomes filled with filth and
maggots. It retains the discharges till they
putrefy, and'produce-intolentble stench. The
termination of its work is the death of the pa
tient. • ' '
SANFORD'S °PIRA Houss.—This great institu
tion is in full tide of success. As an evidence
of this, drop in and see for yourselves. It is
refreshing to see a crowded house at any place
of amusement—the performem invariably exert
themselves the more. Sanford has a grip upon
the public which he intends to hold, and is de
termined to let them know it, if advertisement
at all is any assistance. He gives it to them
(see entire column in this issue) with such stars
as Sam Sharpley, Myers, Flake, Williams and
others. There will always be full houses. The
versatility displayed by these artists is more
than we have ever bad the pleasure of witness
ing in any other minstrel troupe. rauford is
wide awake to the times, and always has some
thing fresh and original. Sharpley does not
lack for freshness. His solos and sayings can
always be listened to, aid the happy hits he
makes upon our nationalities and our shoulder
strapped gentlemen brings down the house.
By all means go see the Sams.
THE ComorrroN or THE WOUNDED IN THE LATE
TERRIBLE RAILROAD ACOIDIBET.—The mtn who
were Injured by the collision on the Cumber
land Valley railroad, yesterday, are comforts
bly lodged in one of the warehouses of the,Bar
risburg cotton mills, corner of North and Sec
ond streets. We visited these victims of care
lessness last night, and found that they were
all doing as well as the condition of their inju
ries would permit.
With the exception of the escaped slave,
Harris, all of the injured will recover. Harris,
however, was so badly injured, that he cannot
possibly survive until this morning. Every
attention that skill could devise or kindness
suggest, has been shown him, and while we
were present in the building, we noticed the
Rev. Frank Moore ministering to hie relief and
his comfort, and giving him such Christian
counsel as the hour and his condition seemed
Our people and our
. physicians have been
most assiduous in their attention to these Un
fortunates. They need for nothing which is
necessary for their comißrt.
TiH LATI RALLROA.D ACIOLDENT. —Elsewhere
we give an account of the condition of the
wounded, who were injured in the catastrophe
on the other side of the river yesterday morn
INCIDENTS Of THE ACCIDENT
While the wreck of cars were being removed,
we noticed one man whose left foot and arm
were firmly held in the jam, assisting in the
removal with his right aim, giving directions
as'calmly and as practically as if he was not in
danger and entirelf unhurt.
;Another man, whose head andlace were only
visible, displayed the utmost coolness. - lie
was full of information, and aintost gaily re
marked that both his legs were "badly mashed."
The ladies of Harrisburg were very prompt
le hurrying over the bridge to reader what as
sistance they could, and in furnishing the ne
cessary lints and bandages for the wounded.
Some little delay was experienced at 'this end
of the bridge by those hurrying across the
river, on account of the failure of the bridge
tender to make change, as that functionary was
very exact in demanding pay from all who
were hurrying to the scene of the disaster to
render aid to the suffering. We did' not hear
whether the bridge tender exacted pay from
the wounded as they crowed the bridge to Har
WHO AU RIBPONHIBLII ?
Of course, in an accident like this, the first
cry is, ' Whoato Um e Who are responsibk ?It
matters little - to the sufferers, after they have
been maimed and mangled, and after they have
undergone the terrible operation of an amputa
tion, who is to blame. The railroad company
must deal with those who are to blaine, while
the injured will deal with the railroad company,
which is responsible to every man—responsible
for the injury inflicted—responsible to tbe fami
lies of those who were killed—responsible for
every expellee incurred in the whole affair—and
responsible for the loss which is to follow, in the
way of support to families. The family of every
man killed can recover damages from the Cum
berland Valley Railroad. These damages, when
properly %%leased, unless voluntarily paid by
the company, can be collected by a suit &Claw,
after judgment has been obtained, from any
Property owned by the said Cumberland Valley
• The mere discharge of an engineer, or: the
reprimand of a brakrn.sn will not excuse the
company A greater example than this is needed
for the wtioltesle elaughter. Let it be made by
mulcting the company in heavy damages for
every man wounded or killed.
iptunevionnia . Map adtgraph, Sainialav Vtentoon. Otpttnther 27, isfig
INDLITICRENCB TO DRAM DURING Berms'— A
soldier, who was in all the battles before Rich
mond, remarks that "it is astonishing how in
different to danger. a man becomes in action,
after being in a short time. While supporting
the battery some of our men lay down on the
ground and slept soundly, utterly regardless of
the shells that were bursting around them. If
I had not seen thie o I certainly never would
have believed it."
Tut romOvriaa Gall is too good to be lost, and
hence we transfer it to our colums, where its
beauty can be the better appreciated by our
critical readera :
WE ARE COMING, FAIRER JEFFERSON
We are corning, Father Jefferson—uot as we
Two hundred thousand stout and strong, all
eager for,the fray—
From the Potomac's wind,ng stream, and Ma
rylaud's loyal land,
We ate coming, Father Jefferson, a whipped
and used up band.
We are coming, Father Jefferson, some twenty
A sad mistake you made, dear dad, although
you did your best,
For Maryland loves her country, and you were
We're coming, Father Jefferson, seeking shelter
from the storm.
We are coining, Father Jefferson, to get away
He's close upon our rear, dear dad, we hear his
He has whipped our greatest Generals, and
we're coming sadly home,
With fearful eyes we're looking for old Rich
mond's sunny domes.
We are coming, Father Jefferson, see that the
way is clear,
We are fearful that young Sigel is ahead with
We fear that grim old Heintzleman is close
upon our track,
We are coming, Father Jefferson, if we only
can get back.
ONE OF THE ITNELOWIDND INOIDIENTB OF TEI
CAMP.—Mang a glorious incident of the field,
and many a humane action in the hospitals of
the army, will be described by the lips of our
soldiers, but how few of these will be recorded
by the pens of . the country. Yesterday we
happened to be in conversation with one of our.
brave Dauphin county boys, a soldier from
pliant old Wiconisoo township, who bad seen
much of the hardship of the march and the
brunt of the battle, and whoinasw_. was-3e•..ws
to stiffer some of the Imposition of the hospital.
lie was with McClellan in the swamps, and was
wounded in one of the severe skirmishes which
took place in that locality. lie was sent to the
hospital, and then, to use his own homely but
emphatic b►uguage, " he suffered lots and gobs
of pain, and thought that at une time he would
be compelled to. fall back in good order into the
While he was in the hospital at Harrison's
Landing, he noticed a quiet, benevolent, middle
aged lady, hovering over sick beds like a min
istering angel, and passing among the wounded
with the power of a health-giving, soothing and
inept Ring influence. One day the kind ma
tronly lady told a number of sick Pennsylva
nians, that she would order a lot of oysters to
be sent to the hospittl, as she believed that
stewed outer broth would be invigorating
the system. The - oysters came, but the our
geons and some of the nurses in charge decided
that they were not the thing fior the sick---4hat
a soldier should not luxurinte on oyster broth—
that it would unfit him for his -usual redone
when he was discharged from the hospital— and
therefore swims and nurses had a grand time otter
a splendid opt/ sepper that night. The next min=
ing the same lady returned, as ever the beater
of comfort and cheer to the woundotandipou
inquiring after the health of her sone, as she
called all in the hospital, desired to know
how they had relished their oysters. The
poor sick boys hesitated for a momint,
and then informed ' her, that the ciyiv .
ters had been. decided unfit food for common.
soldiers—and that the gentlemanly. nurse's and
brave surgeons had regaled triune ivee with:
those she had sent, iu Ojratifr supper. A
frown suddenly gathered op :"her, features; but
it as suddenly gave way to, the placid smile
which was wont to render her countenance so
beautiful in the eyes of the lick men to whom
she ministered. At this , moment several of the
nurses and surgeons appeared; wnd haying
heard that the old lady was inquiring ' as -to
the disposition of the oysters, and learning that
.he was informed as to their conduct, attempt
ed to look very dignified, and in an imperious
voice wanted to know why the old woman was
interfering - with the men, and what right she
had to 'sow discontent among the patients.—
She, gently remonstrated, and in a •seeming
supplicating voice, said that she thought she
had some right in the hospital. One of the'
surgeons next inquired as to how she sustained
that right. This war answered by, the old lady
that she had a son in- the army.; "Plenty wo
men have sons in the army, and still they
no right to interfere with the hospitsds," was
the insolentrejoinder. "What is the name of
your boy, mother," was the next question.
"George B. McClellan," mildly replied the lady
Had a bomb shell' suddenly burst lit the midst
of those surgeons and nurses—or had the :en
tire rebel army suddenly rushed on the hospl-
tal, the confusion could not have been grentei
among all present. The surgeons and nurses,
scarcely knowing what they did, added to their
humiliation by their awkward apologies—while
the sick soldiers who werewithin hearing of what
was going on, rose on their pallets, cheered and
then fell back again weeping and sobbing with
enthiey of joy. . r
It was thfl mother of Major General George
B. McClellan who -had been the nurse and the
benefactor of the sick soldier. What mother
in the land will refuse to invoke Heaven's rich
est blessing on her head I
AN EXCELLNNT AENOCSIATION if: about starting
in Chicago, which should have its counterparts
through the country. It is a "Gratuitous War
Claim Association," for the, purpose of collectr
tug bounties, pensions, and back pay of deetiati
ed soldiers, and also for the prosecution of all
war claims. The attorneys who are meniben,
of the association pledge themselves to tidthis
free of charge. What say the att.roeye of
Harrisburg to the formation of such a society
DR. i HECK'S RECORD!
His Liberality to the' Soldiers !
At a period when the hot shot
and-bombs were falling thick and
fast around the gallant band who
were defending their country's
honor in Fort Sumter, Gov, our
tin' had sent into the Leginlature
of the State, then in session, :a
message suggesting the better pt
ganization of the militia, and ask
ing for an appropriation of five
hundred thousand dollars to place
the state on a war footing_ When
the bill proposing to make this
appropriation came before the
Legislature, Dr. Heck voted
against it, and thus practically
declared his disregard of all that
aimed at the defence of our homes
and the preservation of our liber
The bill as it passed, can be
found in the last year's volume of
the laws of the state, page 2g9--
and the proceedings attending its
passage in the House, in the
Journal of 1861, page 957. We
extract the yeas and nays as they
appear substantially on the Jour
nal of the House ;
Yeas—Messrs. Abbott, Acker, Aletander,
Anderson, Armstrong, Ashcom, Austin, Ball,
Barnsley, Bartholomew, Bisel, Bizler, Blair,
Blanchard, Bliss, Boyer, Bressler, Brewster,
Burns, Butler, (Crawford,) Byrne, Clark, Cowan,
Craig, Douglass, .Duncan, Ellenberger, Elliott,
Frazier, Gibboney, Goehring, Gordon, Graham,
Happer, Harvey, Hayes, Hillman, Hood, Hofins,
Huhn, Irvin, Koch, Lawrence, Leiseming,
Lowther, M . Gonigal, Marshall, Moore, Mullin,
Ober, Osterhont, Patterson, Pierce, Preston,
Pughe, Rally, Rldgway, Robinson, Roller, Belt.
zer, Shafer, Sheppard, Smith, (Barks,( Smith,
(Philadelphia,) Stehman, Strang, Taylor, Tell
er, Thomas, Tracy, Walker, Whitik,Wildey,.
Williams, Wilson and Davis, Speaker-76.
NAYII---11101111111. Brodhead, Butler, (Carbon,
Caldwell, Cope, Dismant, Divine, Donley, DO
field, Dunlap, Gaskill,
Hill, Kline, Lichtenwallner, M'Donough, Mani
fold, Morrison, Myers, Randall, Reiff and
Freemen -of. Dauphin county !
Soldiers! who marched at the first
call of danger to the defence of
the capital of your country, and
who still rest upon your arms
night and day around the limits
of that capital, are you ready to
vote for a man who so ilghtly es
timated the honor of your country
and the lives of its defenders? Dr.
Heck is one of the old Breckin
ridge Democrats who sympathi
zed and still sympathize with and
confide in the course of the traitor
Breckinridge, and showed his at
tachment for those who are at the
head of this rebellion by refnsing
to make an appropriation to arm
the great state of Pennsylvania
to aid their overthrow and its
suppression. This man is again
before you, and again solicits
your vote that he may again dis
grace the halls of legislation with
his presence and his conduct.—
He desires to be returned that he
may aid in embarrassing the fu
ture efforts of our noble old com
monwealtn in assisting to redeem
the land from rebellion by en
forcing the laws and vindicating
the federal authority. No patriot,
no brave, loyal lover of his coun
try can vote for Dr. Heck.
A Mona, Eamerammswr.—Among the many
improvemmits lately made in our city, to which
we can point with pride as en elide:um of proe
parity and as a determination on the part of
our business men, no longer to remain behind
the •' light house," is the completion of Eby
& linnkle's large brick building at the corner
of Market and Fifth streets, which is alike
creditable to the owners and ornamental to that
part of our city.
The building is not only one of the largest,
devoted to the grocery business, outside of New
;York, but the stock challenges cconpetion.—
Without going into detail, we may safely say
that the firm keep on hand everything usually
kept in a grocery store, (liquors excepted,) and
that they sell at very small profits. Their
clerks are civil and accommodating, and hay
Strict instructions under no circumstances what
ever to misrepresent or take advantage of any
customer. A general invitation is extended to
the public to visit the new building and exam
ine the eitensive stook, Whether they purchase
t Tnn Bowan Imam Faoit Tan WAIL—The
history of ancient or modern times, does not
perhaps record an instance, in which an army
of fitty or sixty thousand free people amem
bled in so short a time, u have the Volunteer
Militia of Pennsylva nia. And after having ao
eomplished their 1111010 A returned quletiy and
in good order-to-thetr - amoral homes, (maw
Lions and profeeslons: We notice in this con
nection, thetheerinl faces of Doctor Martin,
Wm. H. Amey, Montgomery Forster and J. T.
Pan Horn, at their 'errand pieces of business,
and our junior partner, 0. L. Bowman, is at
home, and will be phased to see his friends at
the heap dry good Home of lid& t Bow
man, Southeast owner of Front and Market
SANFORD'S OPERA HOUSE
Third Street, Below Market,
OPEN EVERY EVENING}
9 REAT STAR TROUPE
w.il appear at the above ball, to a grand melange or
81. ging Dancipg, New Anti, btiriesquee dtc., presenting
o the pulflic the beet erVettainmen, in the city.
AVOID THE DRAFT.
A Special Act by
SHANPLEY AND SANFORD.
THE GREAT COMEDIAN
Adull3 , ,ion, 25 Cts.l Gallery, 16 Cis
Ornhe,tra seats, 40 .. Private Boxes Seats, 66 "
er Gent ic tmo ladles $1 00 Retire Box $4 00
Doors open at 7 o'clock; Performances commences at 73(
FA.LX. OF PO S.
KEYSTONE NURSERY, HARRISBURG.
IT should not be forgotten that this
estahllehment to still in amoeba:el opereation, and
FRUIT AND SHADE EVERGREENS,
SHRUBBERY, GRAPE VINES, RASPBER
'IIIFS, STRAWBERRIES, GOOSE
BERRIEi, CURRANTS, BLACK
RIES, Ac., Ac., Ac., Ac.
of at good qualities and.varietes, and at.ae no-sociable
prices as they are sold at distant ncrseries.
of the noresry--adjoining the city —givee it advantages
for transportation to .11 parts of the coast/7, postiesusd
by mil few others.
air All articles, when deishnd, delivered free of
charge. in any part of the city.
an3Otf JACOB LUSH.
MILLINZEY GOODS &o
TllOlll4ll NCENIVEDY RHO. ,
No. no, Chestnut Street, Belo's' Bth,Phils.
Have now ready their fall imoriation of
lie nch Flowers, leathers and a General Assortment
- of Malikory Goals. sept 22 2mw
WM. - KNOCHE,
93 Market street, Harrisburg, Pa.,
NEW ROSEWOOD PIANOS, from the beet
makers, from $2OO upwards.
TER BEST IiANDFAOTURED INSTRUa
MINTS, FROM $46 to $lOO.
Fifes, Drams, Banjos, Tambourines,
Violin and Guitar strings and musi
cal merchandise in general.
THE LATESC PUBLICATIONS always on
hand. Music sent by wail to any part of the
OVAL, SQUARE, GILT AND ROSEWOOD
Suitable for looking glasses, and all kinds of
pictures always on band,
A fine assortment of best plated
LOOKING GLASSE B
From smallest to largest sizes.
Loy style of frame wade to order at the
93 Market street.
PPOINTHENTS OF ASSISTANT ASSES
SOBS. —Thu undersigned Assessor of taxes,
under the act approved July 1„1862, entitled.
"An act to provide Internal revenue tosupport
the Government, and to pay interest on the
public debt, for the fourteenth collection dis
trict, has appointed the following as hie assis
No. 1. Dauphin county—Benjamin F. Ken
dig, Middletown P. 0.
No. 2. Dauphin county—William H. Caelow,
Harrisburg, P. 0.
No. 8. Northumberland county—Jacob Seas
bolts, Sunbury P. 0.
No. 4. Thomas S. Mackey, Milton P. 0.
No. 6. Snyder county—John Bilger, Mid.
dlebnrg P. 0.
No. 6. Union county—Charles Schreiner,
Mitllinburg P. 0.
No. 7. Juniata county—E. C. Stewart, Mif
inn P. O.
MIDDLVTOWN, Sept. 23, 1862.
GAIETY MUSIC HALL.
Walnut Street between 2d and 3d.
IMMENSE SUCCESS !
net week of the Beautiful
MISS ELIZA FLORENCE,
In connection with the
GREAT GAIETY TROUPE,
MISS JUTE FRANCIS,
MISS LIZZIE FRANCIS,
MISS MOLLIE FIELDING,
MISS N.A.TE ARCHNR,
MISS JULIA EDWARDS,
Dick Berthelon, J. H. Hollis, D. H. Hyde,
Bob Edwards and Weber's Beautiful Orchestra.
Admission 20 cents.
808 EDWARDS, Sole Proprietor.
CAVALY RECRUITS WANTED.
rHE undersigned having been author—
Ind to raise a company of cavalry In accordance
with thereaent requisition of the War Pepartmeat:is
Ostrow of obtaining
ABLE BODIED INTELLIGENT YOUNG MEN
who have had experience as horsemen with a view of
du ng up said company immediately. Yogng men of
Gauphin county who would rather volunteer then to be
draftedjhotld remerotor that Gila Je the time ti make
a tree will offering' Of their Berates% to their country.
By so doing they will receive a bounty off 50 from the
Minty; $25 from the Government, $l3, beteg the one
pay in advance and a premium of $l, and at
the end of the war, will receives bounty of Vb.
JAMBS GOWAN, Captain.
Office in Tilled Street a few doors above Market street,
Harrisburg. ceptB dtf
THREE trunks marked Capt. A. B.
nekton, New Hope, Pa.; John Pldeo ir and H. 43.
Case, Philadelphia Arty int9rmatlon concerning ta m
will be thaaatally received and liberally rewarded by
addirojatos A. B. atookton, New Hope, P.
QKVERAL • Machinists. Also stow
tacin th e elm _atith shop. Apply at the
13 AL merraccom.in
IT AS diecovered the most certain speedy
and Menai "I bawdy,in the World for
DISEASES, OF IMPRUDENCE.
anus/ m rim roverilum norm.
No Mercury or NOIIOTIS Drugs.
A Cure Warranted, Or no - Charge, In from one
to Two Day& •
Weakness of the Back or I habit arida Affestkins
of the e Wave and Bladder, Involuntary d ie - La
poteney, General Debility, Nervananess, DY's 7 * Lea
poor, Low Spirits, Confeeloi. of Ide.as Tall,' of the
Heart Timidity, Trembilogs, Dimnes s Of itightbr kiddl
nets, in lease 01 the Head, Tbroat, Nose or *in, affec
tions of the Liver, Lungs. Stomach or Bowels—those ter
rible disorders arising from the solitary Habits of Youth
—those swam and solitary pram Coe more isibal to their
victims than the song of yrenr to the nariners of Ulys
ses, blighting their most brilhset hopes or -trnlielpirlaons,
rendering marriage, dm., impossible.
.Sspecially, who have become the victims of Solitary
Vice, that dreadful and destructive habit which mutual
ly sweeps to an untimely grave thountade of Young
Men albs most exal , ed talents and brilliant intelle, t,
who might otherwise have entranced istenine &news
with the . handlers of eloquence or waked to ecstasy the
living lyre, may call with tub conadence.
Married Persona, or Young Mow contemplating mar
riage, being ware of physical wealcuea, elgonic
deformitint, &a., vestry cared.
He who pintos himself under the rareof Dr. J. may
religiously confide in his ivaur as a gentleman, and con
fidently rely upon his stall as a Physician.
Immediately (ured, and fall vigor Restoret
This diatreeNing Affection—which readers 1 ifs misera
ble and marriage impnieible-. is the penalty paid by the
victims of improper indultencen ming perimna are too
apt to commit once ass trout not being aware of the
dreadfal coma ences that may ensue. New, who that
understands the subject will pretend to ems). that the pow
er of procr.ation is leaf sooner y Leese falling into im
proper habits than by the prudent Besides being de
prived the pleasures of healthy offspring, the met se
rious and destructive symptoms to both body and mind
arise The system becomes deranged, the Physical and
Mental Functions Weakened, Loss of Procreative Power,
Nervious Irratibdity, ftyspepeh, Palpitation of the Heart,
Indigestion C metiiallon .1 Debility, a Wasting the
Fr.oree, Gough, Ooneumption, Decay and heath.
Office, No. 7 South Frederick Street.
Left hang aide going Nitro Baltimore street, a few door
tram the corner Vail not to nbserve vome and number
I..tters must be paid and contain a stamp. Ma Doc
toes Diplomas bang in hie office.
A Cure Warranted in Two Days.
No Mercury or Nauseous Drugs,
Member of the Ror al Coke° of Surgeons, London, Grarl
este from one of the most eminent Colleges in the ginned
States, and the greater p ire of whose life has been spent
in the hospitals of London, Paris, Philsielpida end else
where, has effected some or the most resonishiog cures
thai were ever talOWll • nisei" trembled with ringing to
the head arrt ears when asleep, great riIIrYOUSIMSS, being
alarmed at sudden rounds, bashfulness, with frequent
blushing wended sometimes with derangement of mind
were cured immediately.
Take Particular Notice
Dr. J. addressee all those alio have iniurcd themselves
_Or improper indulge ce and colliery babrk
both body and mind, unfitting tboo. -- c"+" looniness,
Or mom -saw
--b1 • ine L iirr w7 tre some of the sad and meloncholly affects pro
duced by early habits of youth, viz: tta-iknesi of Ins
Baca and Limbs, Palos In the Head, Dimness f Sight,
Lola of Muscular Power, Palpitation or the bean, Dys
pepay Nervous 'erudite' ty, Derangement of thelligestive
?unctions, General Debility, hymptomi of Consumption,
Lila roar.—The fearful effects on the mind are, mach
to be dreaded—Loss of Memory, Contu4on of Ideas De
prelate° of Spirita, l.vii Forboaingi Averd oh to SOOlety,
Self Distrust, l ove of solitude, Timidity, AO., are some of
the e. 41, oroduc..4l.
TBOOKASWIn Of persona Or all ages 1140 now *den WWI(
is tlie cause of their decit.ina beattb. Wittig net, vigor,
trecomiag weak, oars, nervous and emaciated, baying a
singular appearance a out the oda, cough sod symptoms
Who have Injured themselqui by a certain practice In
dinged m when alone, a habit frequently learned from
evil companions. uratschool, tha elects of which are
nightly felt, even when asleep, and ii got cured render.
marriage impossible, anti destroys both mind and body,
should apply Immediately.
What a pity that a yoeug man, the hope of ha coon
try, the darling of his pareuts, should be mealehed from
all pr spects and enjoyments of IWO. by the onesequelice
of devii-tung from the path of nature and Indulging r ill a
certain secret habit. Such persons gm, baton 000/gag
redact theta wand mind and betty are the most neces
sary mollies to promote connubial happiness. I n d ee d ,
without these, the journey through lift becomes a weary
piterithage ; the prospect hourly darkens to the 'leer ;
the mind becomes Shadowed with diplair and Ailed with
the melancholly red thou that the happiness of another
become.. blighted with one own.
Disease of Imprudence.
When the misguided and imprudent velar y or pleasure
grads that he has imbibe the sends of thia patuftit dis
miss, it too eked hawing that an ill-timed same of shame
or dread of discover), deters him from applying to those
who, irmn e tuostion and respectability, can alone be.
friend him, delaying till the constitutional symptoms on
this horr d Unease make their appearance, Inch as ul
aerated sore throat, diseased noes, nocturnal pains to
the head a..d limbs, dimness of sight, destines, nodes on
the shin bones and arms, blotches on the h ad, free sad
extremities, prOgressing with frightful rapidity, till at
last the palate di the mouth or the bones of the nose hit
la, and the victim of this awful disease become a horrid
objector commiseration, till death puts a period to lila
dreadful sufferings, by sending him to " that Undiscov
vered Country from whence no traveler Tetanus."
It Is a ssekusciteap find that thousands fall victims to
WS terrible &weft owing to the unskilfullnesa of fro
.-ant pretenders, who by the use oT that Deadly Potion,
Mercury, ruin the constitution and make the residue o
Trust not your lives, or tr bealth, to the care or the many
Unlearned end Worthless Pretender, destitute of know
ledge, Rime or charade?, who copy Dr. Johnson's &dyer
verUsements, or style themselves in the uewapspera,
regularly Bducated Physicians Incapable oi °urine, they
keep you trilling month alter Meath tithing their filthy
wad poisononsurss compounds, or as long as the smalleat
fee ear b° obtained, and in despair, leave you with ruin
ed health to sigh over your galling disappointment
Dr. Johnson is the only Physician ..overtising.
His credential or diplemne always hangs in his office.
gig remedies or treatment are unknown to all others,
prepared from • life spent in the gr eat baulks orst
rops, the first in the country and a more extensive. Pri
vate Practice than a ny other Physician in the world.
Indorsement of the Press.
The many thousands cured at tbisingitutton year af
ter year, and the numerous Important Surgical Opera
tions performed by Dr. Johnson, wilneemed by the re
porters of the 'ffirin,". "clipper?. and litany other pa
pers, notices of which have appeared again and again
before the public, besides his standing as a gentleman of
character and responsibility, a sufficient guarantee
:.kin Diseases speedily Cured.
Persons writing 'should be particular m direrAln g their
lettere to his Institution, in the fallowing manner :
JOHN N. JOHNSON, M. D.
Oi the Baltimore Look Hospital, Baltimore, Md.
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