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CONSTITUTION - WATER.
CO•NST-ITU - .TION;
AND. THE ONLY KNOIVN REMEDY •
DIABETES. and= DISEASES of the RIDNETS
CONSTITUTION WATER .
Has been pronounced by the Medical Faculty and the
public, to be the most wonderful remedy for the perms,
neat care of all Clialips of the STOMACH, LIVER,
KIDNEYS and BLAD that has ever been offered.
It is not a MINERAL WATER. It is from exporienc
that CONSTITUTION WATER has anointed, and wo now
nay let no man doubt, when a single bottle has been
k now n to cure diseases Whiclithe best medical talent in,
this country has failed to relieve.
A remedy possessing the virtues of Constitution Water
cannot be classed under "quack" preparations, as it, is
now used by the most scientific practitioners in this
It is only second class physlcian.s that try down poplar
remedies, while the better skilled make use of .every
means to accomplish a cure; and the' success of: the . phy
sician increases as his knowledge of &lett& remedies
enables him to produce it cure, While cithere'fall 'in the at
tempt. Science is &dialled with the truth. _
Give Constitution Wafef*fair trial-We .mart you who
are undersome ificeisdistr's care Troia Year to year, and wo
particularly allude to ladies who are constantly resorting
to local trezdancA arid - all - Serts of local applications for
diseases,' With as niiticti Ohanco of success as there would
be from local applications to tho throat. for diseases of the
We have bceutll' if careful to use language IE our
circular that could tit. hock the moat delicate organiza
tion, but we receive se._ many conimunications from per
sons for which Constitution Water Is adapted, and of
whose diseases uontention has been Made, Gig we have
come to the concinsion that if the remedy is capable of
producing a cure, no matter what the disease may be;;,it
should be made known. Tito mediehte la Put up for the
public, and there shmild be no exceptions.
We would sty,: Constitution •Wator is not like a gilded
pill, =it to ' shit th 6 eye and taste; it is a medicine in
every sense of the term, placed in the hands of the neo ,
pie for their .relief, and if taken according to the dire;
tior.s it will, in every .case, produce a radical care. We
would say that the directimas ta - regard. to diet, etc., re
late only to the disease under which they occur, .
Is a disease of the stomach and liver, acting through the
kidneYs, and is, without doubt, tho most. obstinate disease,
except ton..cvmption, thst.Aircets the human constitittlen.
Wo have no spate for diecamiftig causes, but will Mato that
the effect or the disco= is the..conversion of thee starchy. ;
winciplo (or vegetable portion - of.. the .foodynato sugar,
which stimoWes the kldnoys.to an ez:esaiva - -twcrotion of
Water. Many Nwrsons suffer from this ammo ho aro
ignoracal of it.; that is, they pass largo - quantities during
the day, and arc obliged to .get up .frbimbne to fifteen or
Minty times' during the night. ' `NS'riotide IS taken of it
until their attention IS called to the'.huge discharge:of
water, and often When it is 41) far adranced as to be beyond
the control.of ordinary remedies. • Another symptom Is
the groat thirst, which, when the disco= is fully =tab
lished, is intolerable-44 patient drinks constantly without
being satisfied; also dryness of the mouth, cracking of the
lips. a .swoct breath, in the nioic advanced cases, and
finally tom of appetite, emaciation, and the patient grade
aly. sinks from exhaustion.
CONSTITUTION WATER IS, without doubt, the mil? ktiown:
remedy for Diabela, and we have as much cordfddifca that
ft is a specific as we have that opium will produce sleep,
and truthfully say that ft bas cured every case in v. hichilt
has been used..
STONE IN THE BLADDER, CALCULUS, GRA VEL,
BRICK DUST DEPOSIT, ETC., ETC.,
Diseases arising from a faulty secretion—in the OLIO case
being too little, and accompanied by severe palm, and the
other a too profuse secretion--which will be voatily 6:trod
THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR
THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR
THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY 'FOR
THE ONLY KNOWN.REMEDY FOR
THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR
THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR
THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR
'THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR
THE ONLY KNOW - M. REMEDY FOR
THE ONLY KNOWN :REMEDY FOR
IRRITATION OF, THE NECK OF THE BLADDER
INFLAMMATION OF - THE KIDNEYS,
OATAIMIL . OF THE
BTRANGUARY AND BURNING, OR PAINFUL [FRI
For these diseases It is truly a sovereign remedy, and
too - much cannot be said in its praise. A single dose has
been known to relieve the most urgent symptoms. ,
Are you troubled with that distressing pain in the small'
of the back and through the hips? A teaspoonful a day
of the Constitution Water will relieve you like magic.
Rave long since given up the, use of bnclxu, cubebs and
juniper In the treatment of those diseases, and only use
them for the want of a better remedy.
CONSTIT UTION WATER
has proved itself equal to the task that has devolved
irritate and drench the kidneys, and by constant use soon
lead to ctronie degeneration and confirmed disease.
We present the "Constitution Water to the public with
the conviction that it has no equal in relieving the cLass
of diseases for which it has been found so eminently suc
cessful for curing ; and we trust that we shalt be rewarded
for our efforts ln placing so valuable a remedy in a form
to meet the requirements of patient and physician.
RF ID 1 READ ! 1 READ! 1 !
Dan-rtm.s, Pa., Juno 2. 1862.—Dr. ICaL H . Gregg---
Dear Sir: In February, 1861, 4 1 was iffected with sugar
Allabetes, and for Eve months I passed more than two
gallons ot,water in twenty-four hours. I was obliged to
got up as often as tenor twelvo times during the night,
and in (Ivo months I lost about fifty pounds in weight.
During the month of July, 1661, I procured two bottles
of Constitution Water, and In two days after using it lex
periencod relief, and after taking two bottles...l was es•
tirely cured, soon after regaining my usual -good .hoalth.
Tours truly. J. V. L. DE WITT
Boston toga s's, Hee. 27, 1861.—Ww. H. Greg .
ak—Gente: I freely give you liberty to make wee of the
following certificate of the value of Constitution Water,'
which I can recommend in the highest manner
was shacked with pain in tho shouldomorholc. length of
the back, and in her limbs, - witil:EVPiltdient of Vie Heart
and Irritation qf the Bladder.- r a physician, who
attended her abed throe Menthe, When,he.ledi hor worse
than he hail found her. r tgi!iien*qpiii,imio. of the beet
physician's I could find,. Who.atlend.ed l lier for about Mao
months, and while slie was Under bill care she did nut suf
fer quite as much pains He finally gave her up, and said"
"her case was incurable. for," said. hp, "she has such a
combination of complaints Mae iLataftisirgiresi for one ove
rate: against some other of her dtputlefii." About this
time she commenced the use of Constitution Water,and
to our utter astonishment, alree4t, theittief dose seeiped
to have the desired' effect - ,-and. she keg: PAKimproting
rapidly under its treatment, and; noi,./. -siverintendo.en
tiroly her domestic an tire. Site hits net,taken-any ef.the
Constitution Water for abont foOrWeelM, and we are henry
to say that it has produced a permanent cur,e.,l'• •
tCII it VAN BENSefErfar.
-Wmmmusrrnat, Corm., March 2, 186.3, ;:-Dr. if
Grepp—Dear Sir:—Havote keen your advertiiithent of
"Constitution Water," - recommended for Infia.theiltibri of
t h e Kidneys and „Irritation of the }Madder, having suffered for the past throe years,"ind tried the drill of a number of
phystolima vittlionly temporary - reitaf,./icasindatted id try
your.reedioine. • "procured one bottle of yourfitgenfir. at
Hartfork mesa& :Lee,•BiSsoll & sad , 01.1011 niad.used
hair of it, to my surprise I found a groat'. change 412' my
health. I have.nsed.torolbottles of it, and am .where I
at it is all
never expected to be in my life, well., n eed spirits.
I cannot ealareern.plattitlille for I feel th
and more than yekrereomMilui ij to be. May the bleashig
God ever attend' yOiehr your of love
' Yours truly , ~'- • - • "LECiNARD RICELOW.:
FOR SALA' BY ALL 11Rt,GGISTSY PRICE St
' • 'WM. lI , G &L O O, Proprietors.
. , MORGAN & ALLEN General Agehts,
11M26-datiern-o3d No. 4 i B Cie streett N?Nir °rk
JOHNSTON, -.1101,14WAY & 001'941,
A, N,D D R_II G
- - NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
Steam 'Weekly to Liverpool.
TTOUCHING at QUEENSTOWN, (Cork Har
bor.) The well known Steamers of the Liverpool,
NovrYork and Plaladolphla Steam.stip Company, are in
tended to &di as follows:
ETNA, Saturday, (March 12 • CITY OF NEW YORE,
Saturday, March 19; FDLIVEURO, Saturday, March 26.
and every eacceeding. Saturday, at Noon. from Pier 44;
RATES OF PASSAGE,
TATABLS GP GOLD ? OR ITS EQUITALLVT_LV CIIRRRIVT.
rritstCAßLN $BO ok STEERAGE ........ $3O 00
do to London 86 00 do to London 34 00
do to Paris 93 00 do to Paris 40 00
do to Hamburg.... 90 00 do to Hamburg.... 37 00
Passengers also forwards to Havre, Brethen, Rotter
dam, Antwerp, &c., et equally low rates.
Fares from Liverpool or Queenstown: lot Cabin, $ 75 ,
$B5, $lO5. Steerage, $3O. Those who wish-to send for
their friends can buy tickets hero at these rates.
For farther information apply at the Company's Offices
- ,10AN131: TALE, Agent, 15 Broadway, N. Y. or C. 0
Tanga =Y Dimurnm - r
OFFICE OP COMPTROLLER OP Tff '
Wasantoxon Jan. 16, 1964.
TUVIDIEJO' AS, by satisfactory evi d ence, pre
'''. seated to the undersigned, it has been made to ap
pear that the First National .Ba. of Harrisburg, in the
county of Dauphin and State of Pennsylvania, has been
duly organized, under and according to the requirements
of the act of Congress, entitled "An act to provide a Na
tional currency, secured by a pledge of United States
stocks, and to provide for the circulation and redemption
thereof," approved February 25th, 1963, and bas complied
with all the provisions of said act, : reqUired to be complied
With before commencing the business of banking:
Now, therefore; I, Hugh M'Culloch, Comptroller of the
Currency, do hereby certify that the First. Natioind Bank
of Harrisburg, county of Dauphin and State of Pennsylva
nia, is authorized to commence the business of banking
under the act aforesaid.
ft. a.] In tostimony'wherior, witness mi "band and seal
of ofilee, this 17th day of January 1864. '
'HUGH WCULLOCH, '
Jan 19-2rn - , Comptroller of the Currency. -
KTOTIOE BIJUDEBS AND CQN
-131 . TRACTORS. The undersigned committed or.the
Paxton Fire Company, turite.proposals for the ereettein
and completion of an. Engine „Howe, tyro ; story Iniek, to
be located in Second street near Vine. Fur plans and
apecifteationn call upon DANIEL E:WILT, bia'Lumbor
office, foot of Second street, Bids will Co reneti - ed up to
IRIS day of March, 1864. DANIEL E. WILT,
GEORGE F. WEAVER,
_ . DAVID CRAWFORD,
.ALEX. KOBER, •
niara•dif . . • Buildint.Conunlttee.
HAGAN'S MAGNOLIA 'BALM,
10OR beautifying the complexion, eradicat,
_l2 ing freckle,' eruption, sunburn and ten. It is the
most ontraordimuy delightful toilet article ever die
00,tered. It changes the.stiliburnt, face and hands to a
pearly Uko, satin tolttumAnd rayiellingbeauty, leaving
t.hosOMplordon .fresh, transparent mad smooth. It re-
Mov'es pimplel,'tatter, bur 'alit ioughnev. le what
,every. lady shbuld have, and Mine dispenne with
when once:mot Sole agents for: OAS city. For, sale by
civil:4We or dozen. S.. A. KUNKEL & BRO.,
A.Othermica, 11.8 Harlot street, Harrisburg.
11, A 8. .W A 11 3
PIABOTORTES; MODEM, SHEET EEC,
A - Tioro;a0; Prato; Guita.rs, Banjos, Btringe,
'V . Druele, Bier:, and all'Linds nY Dfiisicai Merchandise.
L'ictatelitaans,;Lookiog - Ghissos, rhotegroph taurda and
4.lhurph..A.m.hrotype Genie, lfatgrAvlrigs, Pioturavke.,
Remember the plum,. No. 12 .Thirtt.ofreet, the lerges
Ifitsic Store title side of the great citte:F.. , jah2S-dtt
Importaxt to Trackers and Gardenesr.
LiEEDS by therBUSEEL or PUUN. D, of all
the leading iind'host. early va.rietic.:. ret., Beaus,
Radish Cabbage, MVinningstadt — & Co., fleet, Carrot Par.
aropootabaga, Onion, &e., &c. The above aced offered
for aro raised• In NeW York SifttO, by one of the me t
respomihieseed growers in the country. I have pu
chased front, them for a number of years Mid always
fetihd therretruir ' to: name and much earlier an seed
fattlierSeuth. • .T.
ileyetoaa leanik:atal Nursery, Ifarrishurg,.
S. --Orders Aanting.immeiliate tdieution drop in the
Nike..: will be taken for any kinds of
Iced hs than by, the pound, or one pound of four
varieties. Lftibss] 'MIMI.
- ' DENTIST,'
NO. 1:19 MA.RKET, STREET,.
Teeth positively - extracted without pain by the use of
nitrous oxide- . • , 0011-dtf
:4 - uk,r OPENED, •
AN AS§OliVit:NT OF
ROSEWOOD AND MAHOGANY
Otditferent sizes, Sonsalwat . • . - •
nol9- . . SCIIEFFER'S‘BOOKSTORE.
A PATRIOTIC GIFT BOOR.
OUR CONSTITUTION, GOVERNKENT AND UNION.
"Our Government," an exposition of tho Constitution,
for popular use. By IL M'lfistorr: Price $l. For
sale at del4 BERGNEWB BOOKSTORE.
TBACCO AND CIGARS.
.400 BOXES CONQRESS.AND NAVY TOBACCO.
100,000 FINE CIGARS.
100,009 COMMON CIGARS.
'For wile by • ffeb29-1*. 4 1 EBY A: KIErisTICLE.
ALl,ritin*ttaying Grape Vines of choice
varieties, whica they tyish4o have pruned, can have
'it datie'in the best manner and free of charge, by addres,
sing &mote through the ?oat Office to JACOB MISH.
N. B —The present season and weather arelnest , ftivora:
hie fuqr the purpose. • ~ rebid
I\TOBFOLK OYlSlMltil—Real Salts, 'under
L L the Jineelfounci.• York Inv& Oysters,siine *Aide,
under the Jones House., • • • . .
:Ago, Tamping, whictimin to served up in fine. style at
stiortnotiauh4or the Jones House, by
" • riciBo JOSEPH' SNIVELY.
ORANGES!.ORANGES! 1-20 boxes in
prime °Man Just received wholesale and retail.
fob 2 WIC DOCK; JR: & CO
IRENGH - 13RANS—A rare sulacle, j
CdVed - at • 00) W. DOCK,
.VDTE - 310MANO SHERRY i , iniparted in
Ny4117 . 43004 the r inest,Stierry Wine in this
eauntrT„ :Forvitly , ITAL. pOCK, CO.
•TELE OKIEBRATED - VitGlNltk OIL OF
• Alx, Laski:4w & Murtin'e•L•andoti , l3lackin,g, just re.
OSied smirk o, by [fol] . 141 g. DOCK, 4 . 1 5 ., &co
riLOVER , SEED. —Ono Itind.rixi Fifty
Busholei prime Obio'Clover Seed for sold by
.00M:SPARKLIAG GELATIN, the best
rnamifactured, Just received and for side by
fel WM. DOCK. JR., & CO
CATSUPS AND SAUCES, of tho most so:.
perior, and choice bnui.d2,Juat received and for Rao
. [Cell] DOCK, JR., /c.!.;.9.
20, BOXES' ORANGES,' selected from late
-iimportatione,lnet the moat superior crer brought
to this market at this season, just received and for sale
by [Gehl] ; Wld. DOCK Js k CO.
A P LE S .
We have just received a,fine selection of APPLES, in
prime order. .For solo by' ino barrel, bushel or small
quantity at • [feb33 - W. - DOCK, an., CO.
QlitOßE' 1) SALMON.- Fr -74- BM-OILED
IJ SALItON, jut received at.
.A 033 & CO.
P..r,LES 1 ARRT.LES 11 ,- --.1.50. Obis. of . York
Sate tpple4 ovary variety. Also, _York State
Butter, fOr sale at jai* BOYER. & SbERPER
T EA & PERM'S WORCESTER SAUCESI
ljt the most popular and the purest ever ofreredlo the
pablldijnat , tedetind-and-for.ole by - - •
4 1 4 ' WM: DOCK, A, 44 CO.
. . .
A LARGE lot of best axiality. Of :Lfere . ex
.rA4toes rocelya and sale by
decl2-flit':l7a 8 Maitd Square.
ZOBOXES. 'OItiSGES . , in. good- order ;
FLA 100 Barrels of CHOICE APPLES tur sale at
Itts JOHN WISE Fruit Store.
DRIEA.M. MUST/OD,, the blot imported,
just received and for :ale by
fobl WIL DOCK, Jr-, ..t.•
ORANGES ORANGES I—A large lot of
. superior Oranges, and Sicily - Havana, for-Wain any
quantiLyat lan29] 'BOYER & KOERPER•
IVl lo .l sl ENEWS.excelsior 31.111 . 5.0:41titUsoai
smell eating. - lu.st rocoiiii.l and FOri agkleEby
dear, _ „
W. DOCK, Jir-,
P.,! - APPXI GrirßF - S . E---Norton s ce'o
Mated, at [no2ol - WM. DOCK, JR., & CO. t
F'ORANGFS and LEMONS for sale at
JOHN TAB'S, whole:ado and rstaiL
Penns3rlvania Rail Road I.
UIIIIE - I II 9,
- • .
WINTER TIME TABLE.
FIVE TRAINS DAILY TO AND EMIR
MONDAY, Nov. 16th, 1863,
THE Passenger Trains of the Pens.' sylvania
Railroad Company will depart from and arrive at Har
risburg and Philadelphia as follows:
THROUGH EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Harrisburg daily
at 145 A. Is t and arrives at West Philadelphia at 6.55 A. as
FAST LlNE•leaves Harrisburg daily (except Monday) at
6.00 A. N. and arrives at West Philadelphia at 10.10 A. as
Passengers take breakfast at Lancaster.
WAY ACCOMMODATION, via'lifount Joy, leaves Harris
burg at 7.20 A. as, and arrives at West Philadelphia at
12.26 P. PA
FAST MAIL TRAIN leaves Harrieburg daily (except
Sunday) at LOO P. M., and arrives at West Philadelphia at
5.20 P. IL
ii,eiRRISBURG ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, via Colum
bia, leaves Harrisburg at 5.30 P. M., and arrives at West
Philadelphia at 10.50 P. N.
BALTIMORE EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Harrisburg daily
(except Monday) ; at 2.20, A. M. • Altoona, 8.00 A. N., talon
breakfast, and arrives at Pittsburg at LOO P. 3r..
PHILADELPHIA EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Harrisburg
daily at 3,20 A.M.; Altoona at 8.40 a. ar., take breakfast,
and arrives at Pittsburg at L3O P. M.
HAIL TRAIN leaves Harrisburg at 1.40 r. to ; Altoona
at 7.88 take Supper, and arrives at Pittsburg at 1.10
FAST LINE loam Harrisburg at 4:15 P. Y.; Altoona at
9.10 P. M., takes suppesband arrives at Pittsburg at. 1.40
HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION TRAIN leaves West
Itilndel~hia at 245 r. x; and arrives at Harrisburg at 8.10
MOTU JOY ACCOMMODATION leaves. Lancaster at
ALIO . sr., tuTices at Darrisbarg at 1:40 P. .11i.
SAMUEL D. YOUNG,
Supt. Affair Div. Pcnn'a R. R.
Harrisburg, Nev. 13,_1862.—dtr
Northeni Central Railway
IiVINTga !MIN, WAILBLE.
T E ELI T*:/rIIT_S D.A.11,Y
Connections made nith trains ottrennsylvtuala
to and from Pittsburg and the West-
TWO TRAINS DAILY to and from tho North`and West
Branch §rinquehtumn, _Fal ,, tra, and all of Northam New
rIN and after MONDAY, NOV - BM:6Elll6th,
31,,F • 188; therPosecages Trains ;of the Berthdrn Con
ira! Hallway villarfive at and &pan Iron Rarriaburg and
Baltimore as follows, viz:
• • SOUTIEWAR.D . .'.
14. 1 111, TRAIN leaves Sunbury, daily (=Copt
SnmilkY) A. as
'leaves Harristilarx L2O s. ar
..._aiTivetafßaitimore - 5,40
EXPBESigßAl.N.leavesannbury daily (except
-..,Sunday) 1L42 p. N.
loaves Harrisburg (except
arrives , at BaitiatOre daily
(except Monday) 7.00 A. X.
ITAHRD_ 4 BI.SIO; 4000MIODATION learns gar- .
N- 0R • it IV- A 'it D -
MAW TRAIN leaves .I . 3altimero daily (except
arrivesat Stinbuiy -
ET PRESS TRAIN leaves Baltimore da11y...: 9.80 x.
arrives at Harrisburg
Waves Harrisburg daily (en
' cept Monday) 0.25 a: x.
" arrive:l itHunbury— 0.25 A. IL
HARFtLSBURG ACCOMMODATION-leaves Bal.
timore (earisiot Sun
, day) • • .1.00 P. is.
" artivesCat .-.7.50 P. IL
For fur - Mier information.applzat the Office, In Ponnsyll
s-aule Raitromi Dopes . .— DtrBARRY,
Harrisburg Nov. 10 1803,.-dtt -* . Gen; Supt. .
NEW AIR LINE ROUTE.
- .... s . , •irkritliDVEPHLit. •
::41 7 1Ta MONDAY, November
t Paileager Trains will leave the Phila
delphiaa Reading Railroad Depot., al Harrisburg, for
N ° elv i o 'i r P k n,d a l 7 B (l 6 Philacielphia, a 4 f O l owsr viz
E AS t*A. UR
EXPRESS LINE leaves Harrisburg at &SO A. ar., on ar
rival of the l!eanutylvaMa Xtailroad. Express Train from the
West, arriving in. New Teiltitt L 45 A. tc A sleeping car
Is attached to the train' through from Pittsburg without
HAIL TRAIN leaves Harrisburg at &00 A. r., arriving
In New York at 5.30 r. za.,-and Philadelphia at 1.50 P. 14.
FAST LINF. leaves Harrisbutz at 2.00 P. It., arriving in
New York itt 10.25 P u, and Philadelphia at 7.00 r.,11.
W . 'pEITWARD.
FAST LIRE leaves New Yorkat7o. 00 d. M. and Phila
delphia at 8.15 arritiqg atilarrisbarg ae1..15 P. IL
MAIL TRAIN leaves Now :York at 12,00 noon, and
Philadelphia at 3.30 r. m., arriving at Harrisburg- at 8.20
EXPRESS MIN leaves New York at 7.00 r. re, ar
riving at Harrisburg at 2.00 A. at.i.and,connecting with the
Pennsylvania Express Train forrittsburg. A sleeping car
is al.so attached to this train. '
Connections are made at Harrisburg with trains on the
Pennsylvania, Northern °antral and',Cumberland Valley
railroads, and at • Reading for Philadelphia, Pottsville,
Baggage chocked through. Faro between New York
and Harrisburg, $5 15 ; betiveen Harrisburg and Philadel
phia, $3 iu No. 1 atrs, and $5 l 2
For tickets or other information apply to
• J. J. CLYDE,
noll-dtf General'Agent, Harrialkrg,
, , Fast a • till 17
_ IL -IL: - , 11 , 411Vii - 9111111Me i •• --
Philtidelphitt• : kill
great' line frsiyorseslliti,Northern..and
Neith , s'est - codilliaB 6f Feniisilviinia '6 the eat e r
Erie, on:Lake Erie.
It has beeialeased by 'the Pssiviruvartuf'. Amateur) COM-
Petiy, and under their 'anspieei Is being rapidly opened
throughout Sts entire length. -
It is now in. use for Passenger, od 'reight business
from Warrishurgtd . Empsrium'a9s billeel.en the Eastern
Division and from Sheffield- to EM (18 miles) on the
Weston:Division:- : , ,• - -
VILE OF ZAESENOLER TRaltra ALHARRISBUJIG.
Mall Train leaves N0rth,,.... 145,
Express TrainloavesNorth 3.25
Cars run through wirkeriT EELLI6JE both ways on these
trains between Philadelphia and Lock - Haren, and bc
f.ween Baltimoye and Look Hagan -
Elegant 131 0P.Izat aard ani,Eapress trains both ways be
tween Williamsport and Baltimore, and Williamsport and
For information.m.speettug Past:m.lpr burtooss apply at the S. E. Corner Nth and Market streets.
And for Freight business of the Company's Agents:
B. Kingston, Jr.. -corner 13th and Market streets,
J. W. Reynold?" Eric- •-•
J. IL Drill. Ageta.N. C. Ft P.; Beltimare.
11 EL. 110,USTON,;
General Freigkt agent, /14iVa.
. • General Ticket Agent /lam
n01641.y] General Maureen WiGiatn
FA RRELI,4, IRVING Jr. 00.,
`no MINOR STEILEt,
MANUFACTURE RS of
ROLL w.B44 , l*xtg,
O.AP AND CROWN 31.9NILLA,
h4nd or.r.umdq to: order.
Highest. priuo-paid -1.1% rope W Imo , or email qyAnLI
.oupp - R; - -BRANDIES 'eye;
otrered in this market, Irelbcittleir Etlld . -toXlthe gat.
otrbr.quart Ideelq wm. DOCK, JR: o% _
1863 WINTER 1864
CUMBERLAND VALLEY AND FRANKLIN
CHANGE OF HOURS.—On de after Mon
day, November 17, 1663, Passenger trains will run
daily, as follows, (Sundays excepted*
FOR CHAMBERSBREG AND HARRISBURG:
A. 714 ,P. M.
Leave Hagen:down ........7.00 2.45
" Greencastle 5.37 3.36
Arrive at 8.17 4.20
Leave at— - 830 12.65
Leaves Sbippen.sburg 9.00 1.28
Nevrville 932 2.00
it c a m e 10.10 2.42
" Mechanicsburg .10.42 2.12
Arrive at Harrisburg n. 16 3.40
FOR OHAMBERSBURG AND HAGERSTOWN:
A.M. P. M.
Leave Harrisburg 8.06 1.36
" Mechanicsburg • 8.47- 215
" Carlisle 9.27 2.56
Shippeneburg, ..10.33 4.00
Arrive at Cbanibersburg 11.00 4.30
Leave Chamberaburg ' ..11.10 4.40
" Greencastle - 11.65 5.30
Arrive at Hagerstown .12.35 6.10
gal- Making' close connections at Harrisburg with trains
for Philadelphia, New York and Pittsburg ; and with
trains for all notate Meat. . 0. N. LULL, apt.
A. P. Mee, Chambersburg, Nov. 17, 1362-ly
M.l - =MVIIDIMI - q
• CI_RE A T TRUNK LINE FE,01.1 THE
NORTH and Northwest for Philadelphia, New. York,
Reading, Pottsville, Lebanon,Ventown, Easton,&c.,&.e.
Trains 'truce Harrisharg 'for . Philadelphia, New lock,
Reading, Pottsville and all intermediate stations, at 8.00
..New :York ;Bomar leaves Harrisburg at 6.80 a. it.,
arriving at New York at L 46 the same -day.
Fares frdm'llarrisburg To New York, $5 16; to Philit
delpida.sB , 36 and $3 00. Baggage checked through. •
Returning, letive.Now Yorleat 8 Apar., 12 noon, and 7
P. X., (Pittsburg Express.) LettveThilatielphia at 815 s.
11.11 d 3.30 r. st. , -
Sleeping Ore tithe New York Express Trains, through
to AM R= Pittsburg withoutchano.
Passengers by the Catawissa road leave Tamaqua
at 8.60 . t. lc,. and 216 st, for Philadelphia, New York,
end ali way points. - -
Trains leave Pottsville at 0.16 A: st,, and 2.30 r. tr., for
Philadelphia, Harrisburg and New York. '
An Acc.omrtiodallon Passenger train leaves Reading at
6.001 and returns front Philadelphia at 6.00 r.
10-411 the above trains run daily, Sunday excepted.
A.Runday train leaves PoUsville at 7.30 a. is., and
adelphis. at 3.1 S F,
: Conunutation, Mileage, Season and Excursion tickets at
reduced rates to and front all,poirits.
' • General Superintendent.
• November 14, 1863-41kwtt •,
THE UNITED- STATES HOTEL,
()OVERLY .is iltiVplallSON, Proprietors.
TiilSwell known Hotel is now in a condi , -
tt:Et-to accommodate' the traveling public, ailbrffint
the most ample conveniences tilike for the transient guest
and the permanentloarder. _
• TEE LTNITEO STATES HOTEL has been entirely refit
ted throughout,. and now has accommodations 'equal
extent, comfort and luxury to any hotel between Philadel
phia and Pittsburg. Its location is the best in the State
' CapitalOming In easy access to all the railroad depots, and
Itcoloaeproilmity to all the piblic officio and business lo
calities of the city.. 'lt has omeall the conveniences of =
L FIRST: Cr.L.ASS .11.0TBL,
and the Proprietors are determined to spare neither ex.
pens*, time or labor to - ensure the comfort of the guests.
The patronage of the traveling public Is regieratillr
Th e e 'jos dtf
1.45 P. X.
STATE CAPXTAL MOTEL,
CORNER OF TITI:RD - ANO WALIitT
. • • HARRISBURG, PRBB , A.
?TIEDE undersigned having put:aimed this well
k•ismr. banse Onlined and. thOitnighly ritiorated
It The roomsrhave been re-painted and papered, and the
entire estallshment elegantly returaLched. Being plea.
eantly located i endprovided with every . con.
realm:lee, it offers to the public all the comforts and luxu
ries et a 'first elassehetel. Trusty: and obliging' Servants.
always in attendance.. bar troll-stocked with choice
liquors is attriehed:to the esuthlishment, '
de2B-diry W. G. 11110,XPSQN, Proprietor.
J0 ; 11 ts frozs - k
Corner of Market street and Market Square,
FIA4RiSit rr RO, PR! NA.
CHAS. 11,. MANN;
Broad Street,. between.: Second; - and Third,
11:6•tuidersied..11as 'opened a new B4A.
KERY, In the &alb ward, where he is prepared to
apply BREAD ANTl`c 41.10 ES at. a reasonable rate: Be
warrants satisfaction tO all who will give him a' call: He
will sell hti bread. at literate of •
FIVE CEETS-PER - PaVED; -
and, full weight guaranteed. JO= ALooltx
CHILLED AND. - WROUGHT IRON.
- CUT—Showing the Net virorli -••
of Wrought Iron Bent
attention of business men generally
is invited to We tsupertor advanlages of this Safe
over all others, in,Firit ant,Berglar Itoof,.qualitiee They
are alLsccured by aVonddruition Lock, Without lrgy or
keyhole, ant the Whole entiside of Ahe ISafe OW,LED
IRON, (front-IX inches to 2 Inches and 'lsipniof
against the punch or drill and the nee of, powder; _ asfre:
qucritly eiaployeiity burglars In their operetta's.. De; ,
scriptise circulars furnished by .
CEO. W. PARSONS:
110 Market Harriebur
Agent for Central Penn
ROWE'S =STANDARD SCALES.
Every deeaription of Dormant and Portable Platform
Scat Hay, Coal and Stork &aloe, Railroad Depot and
Track Sual_ee, Furnace Charging Soo*, Army Scales and"
These Scales have several IMPORTANT ADVANTAGES.'.
They reeeiveThe wear MI friction always On eisiTled iron
balk under the plal.form, lush:l44 receiving it:upon the
knife pivots and dULing tHem. No jarring of the pbtt,
ferns affects the working :Of- the scale - Have no cheek"
rods to confine the platfkm; weigh' when out; of
level. Large scales require no deep pit ; and cost lestr.for
foundation, 4c.,...thanaiikdther wake
Full Information furnishedlirthe sulitianber, who is
agent for Central. 'Pennsylvania, and sells at -mapufae
turer's Priem GEO.. W.. PARSON;
. 110 Market street, Harrisburg.
VSITING,, WEDDING, - INVITATION,
& D AT HOME GARDE.—By a - special arrangement
with one orthe beetengraveis hizthe country; cards of
an y description he executed in the. highest :Ityle of
art,, conformable with the latest.fashion, and
promptly, at lOWer prices than are charged by the_Mation
ers in Nevi York , or Philadelphia; For' wimples And prices
cell _ _ ; BERGNEIt'S BOOK STORE:
mehti-dir . . .
SPrj p --
muiCE jusrede ► ved
aid for salopy DiSf AgrEeEREPI.
ja, , • . VW:M s Aki it 00
HOTEX 4 S.
DR. JOHN L LYON'S
FRENCH PERIODNAI MOPS
Are the only 'mown remedy that will successuuty and
Invariably restore and regolateths females , remor.
ing a/1 irregularities, and. producing th, vigor and
LYON'S PEEtIODIOAL DROPS
Area fluid preparation, the only true one of the kind ever
discovered In this country, and acts tUractly, on the parts
affected, whilst pills and powders can only reach them as
they work - through sympathy, but not at - direct and
Are you suffering from a constant anxiety for the raga
lir return of nature's prescribed laws?
Give yourself no uneasinale, for Iyon'sPeriodiad Drops,
ff taken a day or two bribes thii expected period, will posi
tively awkinvariablrregalatalts cooilng, rai,ifure as effect
fellows came, as certain as dayttett follow“aakneas.
•Ariftott tek; enfeebled by &man, OF an.bield.besir the
labor and danger alumna?
LYON'S PERIODICAL DROPS
- Come to you as a blessing, for is riot prevention better than
resnlartylaken, it Is a certain preventive, and will
salve you much peril- and many houresoczninning.
Have you bean afilicted.for many] eam with complaints
incident to the sex, that have baled the skill of *physi
cians, snit are hurrying you on , to at early grave!
LYON'S PERIODICAL DROPS
Are the most reliable regulator ever, lmown, and ware, Ulm
mar all those Irregularities that have defied the doctor's
Will you waste *M. with as lbrilig from Letie°=
Probroms, Dysmenorrficoa; and a thousand other
Iles, anted mined up Wider the n a me of suppressed and
obdructed nattmk when an. investment of one dollar in
will surely /eve you.
Do not use the drops when forbidden in the directions,
for although $ petals , . cure, and harmless at all other
time; -they ore so powerfel and finely estimated to adjust
and go the functions of the Anted orisliken, that if
taken it' times, they woad" pitedllea results con
&numb>Eger e; legalist wldett, all, puttattlarly Ilion who
mould reproduce * should carefully guard.
LYON'S PERIODICAL DROP 4
Cannothmat the most delicate con.stitnUon at any time;
•yet umproprietorn, with, to:lard against We tams;
hoping that a thousand bottles will be
,ttiest War a good pur•
Tose where matte need for an Illegitimate one.
LYONS PRRIODICA DROPS,
the never-falling Female Regulator, is for sale by every .
tang=n Melo-Sty antreolunry, and do not, Lc you value
Yelir tad' islithltar • reliable medicine, buy any
other.. Take no other; NAM the Druggist to whom you
"itiftlY . Rot goLit r make him send and getlt for: you.
0 ; - Oz 'AME &CO
40111INSTON,, HOLLOWAY. & COWDEN,
23 North Sixth &sok, Philadelphia, Pit
- 1 :1
New Raven, Conn.
NEW GOODS-JUST OPENED!
Book and Stationery -,t.:Jrt
Embracing erery new and imp: zed ‘lti^
MAGIC GUMMY HOLDERS,
CALF 'MT POCKET BOOFLi.
at prices to mit all rettinstance...
Comisfing of a fine assortment of Westezhc.
Prom Newton's celeinsted manufactory. Ercr , ,, - .
Iviik a guar:rite,-
Together with every article asualls- found
Book and Stationery estalilishmect, at
mylSl BERGNER'S. bi Mar_
PELIPHER 2 S DAILY LI:1-i :
Bk /LEN PIEULADELPIIIA,
Lock Hawn, Jersey Shore, Williailliperi,
cy, Uniontown, Watsontown,
Lewisburg, Northumberland, Nim•
bury, Treverton, Georgetown
m i me Philadelphia Depot being centraffe
ms" will be at the lowest ratas. The -
through with each train to attend to the safe de -
all goods iatrusted to the line. Goody dellvetpd at
otpo FARED, WARD & FREED. F.ll 21r.-;:ct
by 5 o'clock P. ra. ro dpnyer.-a :-
Mahan next morning.
Freight Always as Low as by Any tit
JOS. MONTGOMERY S: l ) ,
Philadelphia and RPadin.-
FOOL of Market street. Harr.
B AGS! BAGS! BAGS!
NEW AND SECOND-HA AT)
13EAELESS, BURLAP AND GUNNY
33 A G S ,
FLOUR AND SALT BAGS, ALL ..s;: ;a
PRINTED TO ORDER,
• JOHN T. BAILEY lc. CO„
Vo. 113, North Front Si., ;.:
COFFEE, SUGAR. ANDMILI,
PERSONS making up boxes to seta •,)tier
friends in he army, will and this an
ono box making forty cups of coffee, e.y.
.and with Ilttle labor. For sale at
no 24 WM. DOCK,
DPCLINTOCII PECTORAL NI E:
ely vegetable In its composition 1- : .
ployed with wonderful success for many
of diseases for the AIR PA.."AGES and
form of the disease, such as COUGH,
THROAT , MUTING OF BLOOD. DIFFICULT bit
HQ '...1.111911.Wai11it, W OF VOICg and HECTIC 1
me will be attended with the happie.t
of the best and safest medicines for furmi •
CHI= said CONSUMPTION. /Vo baudar:, r-
Um* qf Opitan in any shape in this syrup.
PRIDE $l.OO PER BOTTLr.
Fbraale at BikRGNEIt'S Cheap Book sp.,.
DANIEL A. MUENCH Ai Etir
OF the Old Wallower Liae, respetalll-.•
forms the public that this Old Daily - reansl , iii; -
Lineathe only Wallower Line now In existence
is In successful opejation and prepared b
t as low as any other individual line between :
delphb, Harrisburg, Sunbury, Lewisburg, William=-
Jersey More, Lock Harem and all other peints e :
Northern. Central, Philadelphia and Erie and William- -
and Elmira Rath-cads.
DANIEL A. bEOLNCII, ez
Goods sent to the Warehouse of blelßsra. Pesc.,
k Hirschman, Nos. 808 and 810 Market strrt , z.z ,
Philadelphia, by 4 o'clock, P. x. , Will arm ,
burg, ready for delivery, next morning.
SOLDIERS, YOU WILL DO WELL RI MU\
SIGN OF THE "AMERICAN FLAG'
And parebese your
NOTE PAPE:RAND EIPTELOPES,
POCRE J T BOOKS,
POCKET NI KSTANDiz,
MORI- liAEt -
Made of the very best material, sad or r--.
prices. Remember thil, pla ce,
Jao29 Sign of the American Flag. Harrit.hz.u.
MUST BE SOLD!
WALL PAPER / BORDERS
Has to be removed on the first of April next s
of Wall Paper mnst be reduced, and will, tter.f'r•
sold at very low prices ; although price of Wan rap ,
still going up, Persons desirous of Papering tiled it/
will do well to examine his assortment and prices.
Docemiter 1,1863. THEO. P. WWI
cents cash paid for clear mixed k,
pound. Old Books wanted for—easb.
0_13711 PECTORALS are useful to soot: :
k A ll cough, allay Tickling In the Throat, to r:. :
Catarrh, Sore Throat, They co.:.
Ocilta l oot, sorehoand, Ipecacniinha, Senega :
(the moat reliable expectorants known,) are the eh/ •
titre constituents, so blended with Gent drabs and 6-i
Until:ash lozenge contains a mild and very pka.;ar_t
2buteractured solely by S. A. KUNKEL S: BRO..
jan27 Apotheaanes, us Market stmt. Harr.rsurg.
MORTON'S GOLD PENS.
Another lot of Morton's
UNRIVALLED GOLD PE::
Just:received at Scheffer's Bookstore.
All pens warranted for one year.
FOR SALE. —A good small thoN 641-1:
nearly new, ran be purchased cheapby catImi
F. H. ICREYNOLDE
F. C. A. SCHF.FFER.
Trustees of Dauphin Lodge No. 160, L 0. 41
Harrisburg, February 1864.—dtf
pUBLIC s OHO 0 LS.
SCHOOL SL 7S diffbrent sizes, WIMSOV'S
aeries of Spellers and Readers, published by Harr , : •c
Brothers, together with all other School Books
int Materials are offered, wholesale and retail, at
deer SCHE7FER'S BOOKSTORE
MORTON'S GOLD. PENS
-Another let of MOrtionse Unrivalled Gold Pros
at SCIELEFFER'S BOOK:=
All pets warranted for one year. f
E GrLISH DAIRY and
NEW YORK STATE CREEi r . ,
ROYER & KOEICER
VOOKET BOOKS, BUCKSKIN PER-"D-'
POICEKKONNAIES, and a general variety a LE , '
TH:118 GOODS, just received at
BERGNER'S BOOK STOPS
BEAR'S LANCABTER ALMA -V A
hog received and for see at.
SCHEFnR , S BOOKSTORE
I • • • -1 ' • A. just recieverat
■poss - EWER & .60ERFP
ALBS. ,CODFIS.II3, of the et:
110. 11 _ Dv tweed t, - ,George brand, just itc 4 "
it - Mc DOCK,
k - RLaCuom,vs
P.lgKLEVaxel*latMete.foitable rec eir--
jfebl] WM. DOCg t AU-, S CII
_ • - • •
-10FAMVIEFAATI BUCK' :ID
iotibat superior quality of Bucks;
Towsmar„ bi.-tor saiO by the crack or r
_ direc A f m rm a !