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411.0 aililaburg bud. Tic city,
10151 WILLIAN BUZILLER,
LI AS discovered the most certain, speedy
Ll and ablate lentedy in the world for
A Cure Warranted, or no Charge, Ix from one
to Two Days.
Weakness of the Back or . Limbs, Strictures, Affections
of the b Move and Bladder, Involuntary discharges, Im
potency, General Debility, Nervousneas, Dyspepey , , Lan
e uor, Low Spirits, Confusion of Ideas, Pa ipitatien of the
Heart, Timidity, Trembling', Dimness of Sight or Giddi
ness, DI sease of the Head, Throat, Nose or Skin, /Glee
dons of the Liver, Lungs, Stomach or Bowels—those ter
rible disorders arising frtim the Solitary Habits of Youth
—those imam and sollUitry practms more total to their
victims than the song ' :yrens to the Mariners of Ulys
ses, blighting their Most brilliant hopes or anticipations,
rendering marriage, ate., impossible.
fowlslly, who have become the victims of Solitary
Vice, that dreedful and Milgrim:4We habit wide h annual
ly sweeps 16 an untimely grave thogpands of Young
Men of the most exalted talenti and brilliant intellect,
wbo might otherwise have. entranced listening Senates
with the thunders of ekquence or waked to ecstasy the
living lyre, may call with full confidence.
40., &c., &c.
Married Perilous, or Young Men contemplating mar•
riege, being aware or physical weakness, organic debiii.
tY il l n ef whoirg= ti . gself unde pefdby
care of Dr. J. may
religiously confide in Ada honor as a gentleman, and con•
thiently rely upon bis skill as a Physician. .
&0., &0., acc
immediately Cared, and full vigor Restored..
This distressing Unction—which renders I tie misera
ble and marriage impossible— in the penalty paid by the
victims of improper indulkences.. t oung persons are too
apt to commit excesses from not being aware of the
dreadful consequences that may. ensue. New, who that
understands the subject will pretend to deny that the pow
er of procr:stion is lest sooner ey Mona falling into it
proper habits than by the prudent Besides being de
prived the pleasures of healthy cawing, the most 'te
nons and destructive symptoms to both body and mind
arise. The system becomes deranged, the Physical and
Mental Functions Weatened, Loss of Procreative Power,
Nervibus Irratibility, Dyspepsia, Palpitation or the Heart,
Indigestion, Clutuitituilon.. l Debility, a Warring of the
Frame, Dough, Consumption, Decay and Death.
Office, No. 7 south Frederick Street.
Left hand side going from Baltimore street, a law door.
from the corner. Fail not to observe name and number,
Lettere must be paid and contain a stamp. The Doe.
tar's Diplomas bang in his office.
A Cure Warranted in Two Days.
No Mercury or Sanwa Drape,
Member of the Royal College of surgeons, London, Grad
tulle from oue of the most eminent Uolleges 1n the United
States, sad the greater part of whose hie has been spent
us the hospitals of London, Paris, Philadelphia and else
where, has effected some of the most astonishing dares
that were ever known • many troubled with ringing In
the head and ears when asleep, great nervousness, being
alarmed at sudden sounds, bashfulness, with frequent
blushing. attended coma:nes with derangement of mind
were cured immediately.
Take Particular Notice.
Dr. J. addresses ail those who have tutored themselves
by improper indulge. es and @showy imbue, which rola
bulb body and mind, unfitting than for etthor business,
study, society or
MEMO are some Or ral• sad and inelanehollyeithots pro.
duesd by early habits of youth, vis Weakness of Me
Beek and Limbs, Palos to the plead, Dimness f Sight,
Loss of Muscular Power, Palpitation of the hearty llys
popsy, Nervous Irrattbilty, Derangement of theragestive
Functions, (lateral Debility, Symptoms of Consumption,
iIEI TALLT.-4'he fearful afresh, on the mind are much
to be dreeded—Loss of Memory, Oontwdoe of Ideas ,
premium of Sptrita t Bvit For boding's, Avers on to Society,
Lied Distrust, Love of eolitude, Timidity, .to., ere some of
the edits produced.
TM - M:4MM of persona of all ages can now judge what
is the cause of their declining health, losing their vigor,
becoming WOOS, pale, nervous and emanated, having •
singular appearance scout the ey es, cough and sy =Noma
Who have injured themaelvyta by a certain practice in
dulged in when I,lona, a habit frequently learned from
evil companions, or at school, the effects of which are
nightly felt, even when asleep, and if not cured renders
marriage Impossible, and defter! both mind and body,
'should apply immediately.
What a pity that a young men, the hope of his coon.
try, the darling of his parents, stioald be snatched trom
end eltictlmegit P 1; by, 64"3unfinthAO.
of deviedas team thepathar miter* and indulging yin ' a
certain secret habit, Such persona ma, before content.
• . •
rem= that a sound Mind andlaely Marriage, are tits most neCee.
Ary requisites 10.1810MObb eonaubial bandana. Indeed,
Without these, the joarney throngh life becomes a weary
pilgrimage ; Me prospect hourly darkens to the v i ew .
die mind bcomes shadowed with despair and tilled wdlt:
the menuabolly relPoll4ol/ that the happiness of another
becomes blighted with our own.
Diseskse of Imprudence. .
When' the misguided and imprudent vot a ry of pleasure
m i d i , that he has imbibed the seeds of this painfUl dis
miss, it too often hapena that an di-tinted sense of shame
or dread of discovery, cleters biro from applying to Moo
who, from chiwition stiff respectability', can alone be
friend him, delaying i di tiainjXnlantAtingial symptoms on
this borr d disease make their appearance, snoh as ul
oersted sore throat, diseased nosa, nocturnal poem in
the bead and limbs, dimness of sight, deafness, socks; on
the alibi bones and crud, blotches on the Ipad, fate and
extremities, progressing with umiak' rapidity, till at
last the palate of the mouth or the beam of the nose fall
is and the victim of this awful disease become a horrid
object or oomotheration, pll death puts a period to his
dreadfu I mineringa, bx sending him to that tirdboor
eared Catnip , from whence no traveler imams."
It is a ladancludly feet that tbottearids fall sictlma to
miltereibie disease, owing to the unaktlfullnese of igno
mat pretenders, who by the use of that Deadly Potion,
Mercury, ruin the constitution and matte the residue 9
Trost not your Here, or Ovule, tot two of the many
Unlearned mid ,Werthives Pretenders, destitute of know
ledge, name or ;Moronism, Alio copy Dr. Johnson's Myer
vernaementa, or Style themselves in the newspapers,
regularly lldmated Physicians incapable ot Curing, they
keep yovi month after moan taking their filthy
tad Poisonouswas cot ipoinuia, or as long as the Struineat
fee can be iddoicticl, and In despair, leave you with ruin ,
ed health to sigh over year gaping disappoinnimut
Dr. Johnson is the only Physician alvertiskig.
HM credential or diplorau always hangs tn his office.
Bit remedies or treatment are mammal.* all others,
Prepared from life spent In the gr eat heradtals of Mt.
rope, the arm in the country and a more extensive Fri.
irate Practice • than any ether Physician in the
Indorseraent of the Press. •
The many thoosauda cured at thin Madutton year all
bee year, and the numerous important Opera.
Lions performed by Ile; Johargin, Iclinesased by the re.
porters of the "Sum," '!Clipper," and many other pa.
pars, notices of Which have appeared again and again
before the public, beeldee his standing as a gentleman ol
character sad resposnbtlity, Is a sollkient gtazrantee
Skin Die a+ b peedily Cured.
Pekoes writ*, Would be particular - in •itiiileitu theta
-otters to his bulatuticit, 1* the. following manner
onioloa, ..stock of .Toitet
_PIROP4 044..daY, .
wan tot:l6lNa or teader " N . r w
Can,' • ' KALTAR
Viarkecogeet, two doors out ofiiimittotreet:solith
l.)13,t01)0 and segrirei ail klittiii.; - for
ask br hICEIOLS 81
i 721, Corner treat antblarketiliiiiitil.
XEM'loth§ tilMsr.ti. white sud brown;
reiiitietaskyie !Alba pi t
• " '" MitolB sowitax,
$731 Sorg/Was eat mattiketrese.
"INDEPENDENT 1N ALL TH(N I,4, S --- BEUTRAL IN NONE
VOL XVIHL HARRISBURG, PA., SATURDAY AFTERNOON,• OCTOBER 11, 1862
B Ai. lATIAIC:O3EL3EI
DISEASES OF IMPRUDENCE
RELIEF IN SIX TO TWELVE BMW.
No Maroon , or Noxious Drugs.
Jam* IL JOHNSON, X. D.
is the Baltimore Lock Hospital, Baltimore, 114
FRIENDS OF THE SOLDIER, READ!
FATHERS, YOU THAT HAVE SONS IN THE
ARMY, READ! READ!
BROTHERS, YOU THAT HAVE BROTHERS FIGHTING
FOR YOUR COUNTRY, READ I READ I READ I
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. Curtin had sent into the Legislature
of the State, then in session, a message suggesting the better or
ganization of the militia, and asking 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 de
clared his disregard of all that aimed at the defence of our homes and
the preservation of our liberties.
The bill as it passed, can be found in the last year's volume of
the laws of the state, page 229—and the proceedings attending its
passage in the House, in the Journal of 1861, page 957. We ex
tract the yeas and nays as they appear substantially on the Journal
of the House ;
—ktessre. Abbott, Acker, Alexander,. Anderson, Armstrong, Ashoom, Austin, Ball,
Barnsley, Bartholomew, Bisel, Bider, Blair, Blanchard, Blies, Boyer, Bressler, Brewster, Burns,
Butler, (Orawford,) Byrne, Clark,Dowsn, Craig, Douglass, Daman, Ellenberger, Elliott, Frasier,
Gibboney, Cloaking, Gordon, Graham, Happer,lfervey, Hayes, Hillman, Hood, Haus, Hahrt r
Irvin, Koch, Lawrence, Lelsearing, Lowther, AVGkhdgal, Marshall, Moore, Mullin, Ober,
Osterhout, Patterson, .Pierce, Preston, Pugh°, Belly, Ridgway, Robinson, Boller, Sensor, Shafer,
Sheppard, Smith, (Barks,) Smith , (Philadelphia,) Stehman, Strang, Taylor, Teller, Thomas,
Tracy, Walker, White, Wildey, Williams, Wilson and Davisajpethr—T6.
Mette—lifeeas. Brodhead, Butler, (Oarbon,) Dahlman, Cope, Dismant, Divine, Donley, De? .
field, Dunlap, Gasklll,
DR. ZAMINATIS; 3E3CMCIME.,
Hill, Kline, Liohteuwaliner, WDotiongh, Manifold, 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 might and day around the limits
of that capital, are you ready to vote for a man who so lightly es
timated the honor of your country and the lives.of its defenders? Dr.
Heck is one of , the old Breckenridge Democrats who sympathized
and still sympathize with and confide in the course of the traitor
Breckenridge, and showed his attachment for those who are at the
head of this rebellion by refnsing to make an appropriation to arm
the great state of Peniasylvania to aid , their overthrow and its
suppression. This man is again, before you, and again solicits
your vote that he may again disgrace the halls of legislation with
his presence and his conduct. He desires to be returned that he
may aid in embarrassing the future efforts of our noble old com
monwealth in assisting to redeem the land from rebellion ,by enforc
ing the laws and vindicating the federal authority. No patriot, no
brave, loyal lover of his country Gan vote for Dr. Heck.
Freemen, remember that this is the reobrd of Dr. Heck whilst he was in the Le
gislature. Let us now examine his action at a later period. .
On the 7th day of August, 1862, the Democratic County Convention met at the
Court Houle, in this city, for the purpose of nominating a ticket. Dr. LEWIS
lIECIK was a delegate to that Convention, and assisted in nominating himself as a
candidate for the Legislature. We copy the following from. the Patriot and Onion
of August 8, 1862, via
" Dr. SECS moved that the resolutions passed by the Damooratio State Conven
tion on tho 4th ofJuly be adopted by this Convention.
" The reading of the resolutions was sailed for, and after reading of whioh they
were adopted amid applause."
The remolutions and nominations of that ()mention have thus been fairly and
openly approved by . Dr.. HECK., and we give him all due credit for his action in
having them adopted. Re stands therefore squarely up to the platform which the
friends of the traitor John 0. Breokenridge advocated in the State.
The candidate. nominated by that convention are also the avowed enemies of the
country. Isaac Blanker and Jame' P. Barr, for Auditor and Surveyor General, are
both on the record as the abettors of rebellion. Bleaker seconded the efforts of
Buchanan to steal or purcbsae Cuba—and he was also in favor and would now es•
tablish, if he bad the power, the slave trade ia every pert of the-Union. -Barr is
known to have so far defended treason as to,have incurred the wrath and run the dan
ger of a h a lter at Pittsburg. •
anch is the record and an& the oompentin *high we 64 Dr. gook.
.F:irst, We find hint voting against arming the state.
Vromm, We discover him in a Convention waled to endorse the preoewitinge of
those who openly oppose the National Government.
vHe refused to vote moneytopay 4 1 0110 who men te- , &had the
honer and glory of the Oomutonwesiti.. -
Is soh a etan 111 to men a seat in the ,Legielnton
BY TELEG Pll.
From our Morning Edition
HIGHLY IMPORTANT NEWS.
PENNSYLVANIA INVADED 'I
Meroeraburg and Chambersburg Clo
Ousatagasutrau Oct. 10,11- o'clock.
Gov. Curtin has just received the followhig
dispatch from Col. McClure at Chambersimrg :
Merceraburg was occupied by Stewart's Sabel
Cavalry to-day, and they are now marching on
They took home and all other property they
wanted at Mereersburg, offering rebel scrip for
it. They did no injury to individnals that I
have heard of.- The force is estimated at 3,000.
The rebels are certainly advancing upon Obam
bersburg. They have cut the Bedford wire.
They are reported as being near St. Thomas,
about seven miles from here.
There is no doubt whatever of their being hi
Mercersburg. They will certainly give us a call
We had the rumor at 4 o'clock, but it was
not credited. We can make no resistance, as
it would oaly exasperate and cause wanton de
struction of property and life.
EIGHT O'Cloox.—About fifteen men on horse
back are in town, armed with carbines, and
bear a flag of truce. They asked to see the
principal men of the town. They have a large
force about one mile from_town, and will enter
In about one hour.
Col. McClure and the Provost blarshaillEhn
mid, have gone about two miles out of town
to meet the rebel commander. Nothing can
be done except surrender. We look for the
whole force in halt an hour. They crossed the
Potomac and came over the country to the
The deposits of the Chambersbarg Bank bad
not been returned from New York atom the
VERY LATE FROM THE . SOUTH.
Richmond Dates or October Stk.
We have received a copy , of the Richmond
illannincrof Wedneaday, October Bth. We have
only time to snake toe following extracts :
1120 M 2111 Ann - Or nonnunur ViRGINLt.
There were a number of arrivals yesterday
direct from the . army under pen. Lee, but the
intelligence brought by them ie of no special
interest. The main body of our forces had
moved forward from Bunker Hill to the vicin
ity of Dial - Limburg.
It was reported and believed at Winchester
that frelllehaa's iruope. were so utterly demor
alized, he feared to attempt any movement,
either advance or retrogade.
The Yankees, except the force behind the en
trencbruente at Harper'. Ferry, still remained
quiet and without indication of a movement, on
the northern bank of toe Potomac.
Much uneasiness was felt in this community
yesterday, regardiug the result of the battle
Oegan.at Corinth on the Bcl
The unsatbnaotory tetegram received at a
late hour last night, and winch will be found
in another column of this paper, is not °demis
ted to allay that anxiety.
Gen. Van Dorn enjoys bare bat a slender
reputation for ability, and the universal appre
hension, front the moment of the receipt of this
dispatch, has been that he was premature in
cry of "all glorious."
TSB BATTLE AT 00TaTII.
Moms, Sept. 7.—A special despatch to the
AdverMar and &vilifier dated i upelo, 6th, P. IL,
Nothing reliable from Giorinth since Tan
Darren deapatch. A courier arrived to-day soya
that on the 4th our troops drove the enemy
from and ocoupkil their entrenchments, but
afterwards were forced to fall back from the
:Heim cannonading was heard yesterday
from pants above here. The tlgttt must have
been moat bloody. A courier is hourly aspect
ed from the scene of csinfliat.
Central B maid Price, an exchanged prison
er, sou of General Sterling Price, arrived here
.taclay from Idemphis,'which plate Se left on
the let. Ile represents the enemy forty thoti
aand Aron& wish seventy pieces of artillery,
strongly:posted at Corinth.
They were fully posted all to our movements,
and anticipated an attack from Vau Dorn and
Price. Sherri/en,. at Iferopoie, knew their exact
TLLLOW FEVER AT Nruagurazox, at.
There appears to be no abatement of the yid ,
low fiver at Wilmington, N. C, During the
'week ending on Friday evening last, Oct. 8d, 2
'287 new eases and 82 deaths are reported:
Lieut. Commander John G. Walker has been
ordered to the Mitaisaippi 'Nuadion.
Acting Master S. N. Freeman bag been or
dered to the command ;of the V. IL mortar
schooner O. F, Williams.
Acting Hamer B. O. Deane has bei ordered
to the commend of the V. B. Moitor schower
Aiding. Mader W. G. Wright ham been ordered
to the o f command the IL
Amelia. -mortar Owner
, _Chief teigioeeiG. It. Loring hiebeen detaeli
from the 'Minnesota, and' 'ordered to ()mein
tiatitck superintend the sinietructkin of Govern
went, machinery. •
• Chief Engineer W. W. Dungan has been R.
d ffiel ft. the " Minnesota."
first Aeastant Bogineer N. B Littig;leoorid
kNieurit H. W. &dale, end Third eteeleterits.
W. A. Dripps and Jimegti tfoom Ativele brim
ordered to the iron-OW shaiiner ! Passaic.
Allitte. - A. IS; Madkinielis 'l4 Tepee datiniek
from ord il uanoe duty, d
u an ad oro rdered to the South
OW* eckedie s Sqn,
gitalit Id:dig VMS.
%Laving proceed Steam Pewee Preersee ,, we airs
ed to execute d(III and ROOK PRI iNfroP:erery
deeuriptica, cheaper than It iae hi done at wa ether
establithatent` in the cone try.
Rellitti OF A DVICRITSING.
Sir Four lines or lea constitute ene.balf square.
81 1 1 1 1 91 , e4 Or more than four comtnute a square.
.Souare, one Cy SO 26
oue week.... ........ 1 IS
one month ....... ............... 200
e three months..
............ ....... 4 GO
ti elic mould vs 000
61 one yar ..... . - 10 00
One Square, one da9..„ ".
II one week. SO
** one month . ... 0 00
. three mouths . 10 04
tt six months... ~ .......... . .... ...IS 00
“ One year. en 00
sfir Bordner. notion inserted In the Leen! Oknee l lar
before Marriages sod Deaths, SIGHT GENTS Flll3
for each Werth*. -..
Sir Marriages - and Deaths to be °bargee as regular
The Issue of Postage Stamps.
Daring the last quarter ending with Septem
ber, the Post Office Department' issued to poste
waster one hundred and three millions, nine
hundred and three thousand, four hundred
and twenty-five postage stamps, as is shown by
the bill of the National Bank Note Company.
These stamps represent the aggregate amount
of $8.116,078; or more then 81,849,418 foe
the quarter ending with the thirtieth of Sane.
A large proportion of the last lane is yet in the
hands of postmasters, unsold, though, nn doubt
half a million of dollars' worth of stamps are
in circulation as currency. The National Bank
Note Company have furnished postage stimps,
as well as Treasury, note currency, far in ad
vance of the contraot, and are constantly en
tending their facilities for increased d.dly sup
A foreigner has filed his application (with
specimens) for a patent for various uses made of
maize shucks. The varieties include yarn,
maize cloth, paper of beautiful qualities (white
and colored,) from ails to parchment texture ;
maize flour, ate.
In view of the extraordinary discoveries of
gold in the several United States territories, and
considering the increased necevaides of the Gov
ernment, Congress will, at the ensu.ng session,
be asked to enact some measure by which a
considerable part of the treasure may, through
miners, -be secured for public uses.
Appointments and Promotions.
Brigadier General James B. McPherson, to be
Major General at Volunteers.
De Witt Clinton, to be Aide•de-camp, with
the rank of Captain.
Revs. Win. A. Hitchcock, of Connecticut, and
James A, Coleman, of Pennsylvania, to be
Chaplains in the Navy.
Lieut. Commanders J. C. Febiger and B. S.
Newcomb have been promoted to Commanders
in the Navy.
Writs. Abner Read, Leßoy Fitch, and T. R.
Eastman have been promoted to Lieutenant
Beoond Lieut. Wm. B. Brown has been pro
moted to a Eirst Lieutenant in the Marine Corps.
Thomas MoEdwell has been appointed an
Acting Ensign, and ordered to the Mississippi
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
Cotton held firmly, sake middling, upland at
6se. Cloverseed commands snis 25. Fla*
seed has advanced to $2 06. Flour held Maly,
with sales of superfine at 65 25 ; animist $6'76,
and, extra family at $6 25(66 76. Rye fluor is
mares, and Arm at $4. torn meal dull, at
$8 12} for Poinaylvanis, and $8 70 for Brandy
wine. Wheat is active at a further advance of
Bc.-12,006 bus. red sold at $1 8731 40, sad
white at $1 603.1 60. Rye steady at 700.
Yellow corn at 70c. Oats active at 480. No
charge in provisions. Coffee advancing-609
nags Rio sold at 281(p4c. 1,000 bbls. Ohio
1 Whisky sold at 850.
Naw Toss, Oct. 10. _
The- flour market le unsettled and excited,
with an advance of 60100. on state; saks
of 14,000 bhls., at 6.60®5 76 for.etate ; $6 40
46.60 for Ohio, and $6.4036.96 for isoutnern.
Wheat is excited, and advanced 2.30. ; skies
of 160,000 bushels at 41.16(41.28 zur Chicago
Fpriog ; $12001.26 for Alilwanitie club;
$1.83®1.88 fur red western. Corn firth
80,000 bus. sold at 60®64c. Beef quiet. Polk
dim; 2,000 bhls. at $12.60 fur mess. Lard
firm, at 9101.010. Whisky steady at 850.
Stocks lower. Sterling exchange &Met.
Michigan southern 77f ; New York Central
108 j; Pennsylvania coal 106,.Beading 74 ;
Treahnry 7 810 1051; Amelican gold 124..
A RARE CELANCR
FOR.A BUSINESS M • AN.
THE canal grocery afore and Rockville
Horse. known as the Ilpderove Look ?roper%
situated are mites abase Hat ieblarp, frouttai east on
thLi nutty !isms. ain't and writ on ha to.--quelasatia
river road, will be sO d if moutonn f r wee.
The iroAry store, ti not the very t stand on tbe
tine of the %sal' i only equaled by one o her. &Iwo
Dow barn and stable bat ieoenuy been built, so that rash
boat team can be locked up separately. e lan ei
theds, buy houses, corn er.b, two store basset Oar
loe house, bay aealea, and indeed two , oosventene•
that is neettaitary wr oarryluir on the hinsweas. Thy
pia a Is sittaitn' three hundred ya do at the Itirulrvitte
,depot, on the :Pennsylvania railroad, and D. 11411111 and
re:obuylkiti railroad also. Persona wiabmg to Imam%
phone apply on the orstrilses, to
a lit-wtjantrtta6ll W. P. HMI.
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annual Digests published since the date of the
eighth Sdition (1868) have been incorporated in
the body of the work. Many thousand new
authorities have been cited ; the report of the
revisors of the Penal Code has been embodied
in the notes to the various sections of it, and
the appendix contains for the first time, the
Acts of Cougnee for the Authentication of
Beaords, and the Statute of Fraudulent Con-.
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