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COS ITUIION WATER.
AND THE (DUN KNOVN 'REMEDY
DIABETES, and DISEASES of the KIDNEYS
COMATITUTION WATER: •
Has been pronounced by the Medical Faculty and the
public, to be the most wonderful remedy for the perma
nent cure of all diseases of the STOMACH, • LIVER,
KIDNEYS and BLADDER that has ever been offered.
It is not a MINERAL WATER. It •is frtim experienc
that CONSTITUTION WATER has emanated, and we now
say let no man doubt, when. a single. bottle had been
known to cure diseases which the best medioal talent 'in
this country has billed 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 city,
It is only second class physicians that cry down popular
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 illiferent - remedies
enables him to produce a cure, while othere fail in the at
tempt, • Science is satisfied with the truth. •
Give Constitution Water a fair trial—we mean you Who
are under some specialists's care from year to year, and we
particularly allude to ladies Who are constantly resorting
to local treatment, and all sorts of local applications for
diseases, with as much chance of succe.s as there would
be from local applications to the throat for diseases of the
We have bean always careful to use language • in our
circular that could not shock the most delicate organiza
tion, but we receive so many Communications from per
sons for which Constitution Water -is adapted,' and of
whose diseases no mention has been made, that wo have
coins to the conclusion that if the remedy is capable .of
producing a cure, no matter whet the disease may be, it
should be made known. The medicine is put up ter rem
public, and there should be no exceptions.
We would say, Constitution Water is not like a gilded
pill, made to sum the eye and taste' ' it is a medicine in
every sense of the term, placed in the hands of the peo
ple for their relief, and if taken according to the direc
tions it will, in every case, produce a radical cure. We
would say that the directions in 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, the most obstinate disease,
except consumption, that affects the human constitution.
We have no space for dismissing causes, but will state that
the effect of the disease is the conversion of the starchy
principle (or vegetable portion of the Mod) into 'sugar,
which stimulates the kidneys to an excessive secretion of
water. Many persons sutler from this disease who are
ignorant of it; that is, they pass largo quantities during
the day, and arc obliged to get up from one to fifteen or
twenty times during the night. No notice is taken of it
until their attention is called to the large discharge of
water, and often when it is so far advanced as to be beyond
the control of ordinary remedies. Another symptom is
the great thirst, which, when the disease is fully estab
lished, is intolerable—the patiencdrimks cgnstantly without
being hatix fied, - also dryness of the mouth, cracking of the
lips, a sweet breath, in the more advanced casest and
finally loss of appetite, emaciation; and the patient gritclif
aly sinks from exhaustion.
CONSTITUTION WATER is, WithOUt doubt, the only known
remedy for Diabetes, and we have as much confidence that
it is a specific as we-have that- opium will produce sleep,
and truthfully say, that it has cured every case in which it
has been used.
STONE IN THE BLADDER, CALCULUS,,O , Karsr.„,
BRICK DUST DEPOSIT, ETC., kra.,
Diseases arising from a faulty pearotion—in the ono case
being too little, and accompanied by severe pato, and the
other a too profuse secretion—which will be speedily cured
THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR
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THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR
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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
IRRITATION ,OF THE NECK OF .THE BLADDER
INFLAMMATION OF THE KIDNEYS,-
CATARRH OF THE •-•'• -
BLADDER,* • -; • •
STRANGUARY AND BURNING, OR PAINFUL
For these diseases it is truly a .soverelgn 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 theinps f ' A teaspoonful a day
of the Constitution . Water will relieve you like
Have long since given up the use of buchu, cubebs and
juniper in the treatment of those diseases, arid only use
them for the want of a better remedy.
has proved itself equal to the task that has deiolived
upon it. _ _
irritate and drench the kidneys, and by constant use aeon
lean to chronic degeneration and confirmed disease. •
We present the Constitution Water to the &Mid 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 shall be rewarded
for our efforts in placing so valuable a remedy - in a form
to meet the requirements of patient and physician. ..
READ ! READ ! I. READ ! I.! •
DA:qv - run, Fa., June 2. 1862. —Dr. - Mit. "Et Greig—
Dear Sir: In February, 1861; I was affected with sugar
diabetes, and for live months I passed more than two
gallons of water in twenty-four hours. I was obliged to
get up as often as ten or twelve times during the Right,
and in five months I lost about...fifty pounds° in weight
During the month of July, 1861; I procured two bottles
of Constitution Water, and in-two dais alter using it I ex
perienced relief, andwftet taking two bottles I was en
tirely cured, soon after regaining my usual good, health.
BOSTON CORNERS, N. Y.;.Dee. 27,1861. Gregg
el. Co.—Gents: I freely give you liherty to make nse of the
following certificate of the value of Constitutlon',,Water,
which I can reeeituneud tn thq highest.mazinkrt.Slity wife
was attacked with pain ha the shoulders, wholo length of ,
the back, and in her limbs ; with It illidedion 'of the Heart'
and Irritation of die Bladder. I called' a physician(who
attended her about - three mouths, ivhcti he left her worse
than he had found her. I then employed one of tho hest
physicians I could find,-who attended her for about nine
months, and while she was under his careshe did notsuf
for quite as much pain. He finally-gave her up, anaCaid
"her cast was imitable; Ibr," said lie, "she hits such a
combination of anstplainis fhat medicine given for one
rates against some other of her difficulties." About this
time sho commenced the use ar Constitution Water, and
to our utter astonishment, almost the first dose seemed
to have the desired effect, and she kept on improving
rapidly under its treatment, and now superintends en
tirely her domestic affairs. She has not taken any of the
Constitution Water lbr aboutiour r iireeksliand we are happy
to say that it has produced a permanent cure.
MI EL VAN RENSCHOTEN.
WSIBIEASPIELD, Conn., March 2, 1863.—Dr. W H
Gregg—Dear Sir:—having seen your advertisement, of
'Constitution Water," recommended for Inflammation of
the Kidneys and Irritation of the Bladder,' having suffered
for the past three years, and tried thp sitill.of a number of
physicians with only temporary relief, I was induced to try
your medicine. I procured one bottle of your
Hartford, Messrs. Lee, Sisson & Co„ and when I had : used.
half of it, to my surprise I found a greet change in my
heidth. I have used two bottles of it, and am where I
never expected to be in my life, well, and in good spirits..
I ca jinot, express my gratitude for it; I feel that it is dß'
and more than you recommend ii to be. May ihe blessing
of God ever attend you in your labors of love.
Yours truly, LEONARD BIGELOW.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS. PRICE .$l.
W.M. E GREGG & CO., Proprietors.
: MORGAN & ALLENGeneral agertfe, •
jam 2.6-dawameoil No. 46 Cliffiareet, New York.
SOLD. BY ..
JOHNSTON, HOLLOWAY & COWDIN,
KUNKEL & BED. )
US Market street, Harris - burfi:
AND ALL DR lI.GOII ISXS.
GLAD NEWS FOR THE UNFORTUNATE !
DISCOVERED AT LAST
COMPOUNDED FROM ROOTS, BARKS AND LEAVES
CHEROKEES REMEDY4he great Indian Diuretic,
cures all diseases of the urinary organs, such as Inconti
nence of the Urine, Inflammation of the Bladder, Infiam
=UM of the Kidneys, Stone in the BladYir, Stricture,
Grave; GOnnOrkea; and is especially recommended
in those cases of Fluor Abut (or Whiles in females) where
all the old nauseous medicines hare failed.
Snir It is prepared in a highly concentrated form, the
dose only being from one to two teaspoonfuls three times
Aar It Is diuretic and alterative in its action; purifying
and cleansing the blood, eatiiing it to flow in all of its
original purity and vigor; thus removing from the system
1111 pernicious causes whieh have induced diseagn,
CHEROKEE INJECTION is intended as an ally or assist
ant to the CHEROKEE REMEDY and should be used In
conjunction with that medicine in all cases of Gonorrhea,
Gket, Fukr Albus or White& Its effects are healing,
soothing and demulcent; remoVing all scalding, beat,
chordeo and pain, instead of the burning.and almost un
endurable pain that is experienced with, nearly all the
cheap quack injections.
sii-By the use of the CHEROKEE REMEDY and
CHEROKEE TNJECTIONthe two medicines at the same
time—ill improper discharges are rersoved,,and the weak
ened organs are speedily resttired: to full vigor and
Agy-For full particulars, got our pamphlet from any
drug store in the country, or write us, and we will mail
free,• to any address, a full.treatise... •
for Price, CHEROKEE REMEDY, $2 per bottle, 'br
throe bottles for $5.
Atai-Pries, CHEROKEE INJECTION, $2 per bottle, or
three bottles for $5. •
Air Sent by express to any address on receipt of
/Kir Said by all druggists everywhere.- -.
DR. W. R. ILEI3.WIN & CO.,
marlo-codly Na. 59 Liberty stroot, New York
ROOTS, BARKS AND LEAVES
An unfailing cure for Spoinateribea, Seminal Weak
ness, .11'ociurnal Emissions, and all : diseases caused by self
pollution; such as Lose of Memory, : Universal Lassitude,
raini in//4EaCk, Dimness.of Vision, .Premature Old' Age
Weak Nerves, Difficulty of Breathing, Trembling, Wakeful
ness, Eruptions on the Face, Pale Countenance, Insanity,
Consumption, and s cc - the, Direful complaints caused by de
parting from the path of nature.
.lifg-This medicine is a simple vegetable extract, and one
on which all can.rely, as it has been used in our practice
for many years, and with thousands treated, it has not
failed in a singlainstance. Its curd , tive powers have been
sufficient to gain victor . ) , over tho most stubborn case. ,
those•who have trifled with their constitution
until they think ihemselves beyond the reach of medico
aid, we would say; Despair net 1 tho Criznoras CURB soil
restore'you to health and vigor, ,and after all quack doe
tors have failed !
Air For full particulars, get a Circular from any Drug
Store in the country, or write tho Proprietor, who will
mail free to any one desiring the same, a full treatise in
fa-Prices $2 per bottle, or. three bottles for $5, and
forwarded by express to all parts of the world.
Rig-Sold by all respectabltrdruggists everywhere.
DR. W. R. MERWIN & CO., '
marlo eodly No. 59 Liberty street, New York.
N.E W ADVERTISEMENTS
ANOTHER .LARBE ASSORTMENT
1 :2 h togrark.h.
BOUND in FINE kbßOCCO—panelled,
gilt and mounted with two heavy gilt clasps.
ALBUMS WITH • - ,
30 PictumS for_ . $3 00
4 0 11 3 50
5 0 c, . 400
together with rrrious other styles of binding, sizes and
prices, whidh will be sold cheap.
Soldier,s you cannot buy a prettier, more durable and
cheaper album anywhere.
Oall'and-soe at • SCREFFER'S Bookstore
„ THERE IS NO 817pR WOAD AS Fab.”
palt , kNT'S CONTOM) EXTRACT OF
'CUBEES AND COPAIBA.
This. preparation - is particularly recommended to -the
MEDICAL PROFESSION and the PUBLIC for the.prcaript
and certain cure of DISEASES OF-THE BLADDER, KID
NEYS, URINARY ORGANS, ETC.
It maybe relied Owawthe bestitedo for the ssiministra
tioir ottheso 'remedies hrthe largeuiassuf diseases of both
=sexes, to:which they aro applleable. 'it never interferes
'With:the digestion, and by- ite concentration; the dose is
N,8.--Purchakers are advised :to 'AEI:: for _TARRANT'S
COMPOUND • EXTRACT OF CUBEBS . AND :COPAIBA,
andtakenothing eLsie, as'imitations and • worthless. prepa
rations, under similar namw are in the market.: Price
$1.00.:: Sent-by- express on , receipt of price. ' Manufac
tured only by TARRANT A GO., No. 2711 Greenwich.
street, corner of Warren street; Mawr-York; and for sale
Drlygait" s l'pEsusrrelly. •-• .• • ' oct22-:dly
'For -see by S. A. KUNKLE & BRO., and, by Druggists
'Wholesome and' Convenient Sub
stitute for Yeisti . • •
EFFERVESCENT YEAST. POWDE •
They serve to impregnate the dough, or batter, with
carbonic' acid, which by .its expansion in; cooking pro
duces levity, 'whiteness .and digestibility, without elmi- .
nating.alingle'nutritive .element, or adding thereto any
thing which the , system does not constantly require.
They enable .a cook to make the most luciouxbread, the
sweetest - and' lightest rakeswithout a-moment's delay.
'Warranted to give satisfaction, or no sales. 'Prepared and
sold, ivtiole:sale and retail; by. ' .
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FOR beautifying - the cornrileiion, eradicat
ing freckles, emptions, sunburn- and tan.- It is the
most extraordinary and delightful toilet article ever dis
covered. ,B changes the sunburat, face and hands to a
pearly like; satin 'texture find ravishing , beauty, leaving
the complexion fresh, transparent and smooth. It re
moves,pimples, totter, .tan and roughnes.s. It. is what
every Italy_ :Should have, slid Mine will dispense with
when ones used. ''.Sole agents foi 'ChM bitY: For sale by
the bottle or dozen, B. A., .KUNBIEL & BRO.,
Apothecaries, 118Markctstreet, Harrisburg.,
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. 1111 1 10 FORTES, MELODEONS, SUET 'MUSIC,
.I[TIOLDTS, Flutes,. Guitars, Banjos, Strings,
V Drains, Fifes, and all kinds ollfusical Merchandise.
Picture Frames, Looking Glacqes,.Photogrsph Cards and
Albums, Ambrotype Gems, Engravings, Pictures, &e, &c.
Remember the place, No. 12 Third street, the largos
Music Store this side of the great cities: jan2B-dtf
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OUR CONSTITUTION, GOVERNMENT AND UNION * .
"Our Government,'} an exposition of the Constitution,
&c.., for popular use. By M. W.Kraxnr: :Pri6e $l. For
sale at del4 B;RGNERPS BOOKSTORE.
3 .. :. GOSHE.*j
FOR TABLE .
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- (Successors toNip,.bock, Jr., 4 R 'o.)
UCKWHEAT I BTICIr*XIXAT LLksinail
_LP lot but superior quality of Buckwheat, thrir4 4,°132
.Towanda, Pa., for sale by the art* ormtart, at
- soyER & ICONAPER.
B. A. KUNKEL & BRO., Druggists,
US z lfarkot street., Harriskurg.
Pennsylvania Rail Road !
! Am y_*, 4 PR- 3312 1 --
WINTER TIME TABLE.
FIVE TRAINS DAILY TO AND FOUR
ON AND AFTER
11ONDAY, Nov. 16th, 186t1
TBE Passenger Trains of the Pennsylv:taia
Railroad Company will depart from and arrive at Har
risburg and Philadelphia as follows:
THROUGH EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Harrisburg daily
at 2.45 .a. M. and arrives at West Philadelphia at 8.55
FAST LINE leaVes Harrisburg daily (except Monday) at
6.00 a St. and arrives at West Philadelphia at 10.10 A. at.
Passengers take breakfast at Lancaster.
WAY ACCOMMODATION, via Mount Joy, leaves Harris
burg at 7.20,4.' M., and arrives at West' Philadelphia at
12.25 P. X.
FAST MAIL .TRAIN leaves Harrisburg daily (except
Sunday) atl.oo P. M., and arrives at West Philadelphia at
5.20 P. IL
. . . .
. . .
HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, via Colum
bia? leaves Harrisburg at 5.30 P. X., and arrives at West
Philadelphia at 10.50 r.
BALTIMORE EXPRESS TRAlNleaves Harrisburg daily
(except Monday) at 2.20 A. Y. ; Altoona, 8.00 A. at., take
breakfast, and arrives at Eittaburg at 1.00 P. X.
PHILADELPHIA EXPRESS THAW leavea .Harrisburg
daily at 3.20 A. 31.; Allcrana 1ic8.40 A. Di.; 'olc. e," breakfast,
and arrives at Pittsburg at 1.30 P. N.
BAIL TRAIN leaves ,parrisburg at 1;40'1...1d. ; Altoona
at 1.55 mg; suppbr, and arrives at Pittsburg at 1.10
PAST LINE leaves Harrisburg at 4.15 P. M.; Altoona at
9.10 r. it : , takes supper, and arrives at Pittsburg at 1.40
11ARRISMIRG ACCQUIEODATION TRAIN leaves West
Philadelphia at 2.45 P. and arrives,at Rarrisburg at 8.10
MOUNT JOY ACCOMMODATION leaves Lancaster a
11.38 a. N., arrives at Harrisburg at 1.40 P.
M . SAMUEL DYOUNG,
Supt. Midclie.Div. Paln'a R. R.
Harrisburg, Nov. 13, 1882.-iltf
Northern, Central Railway
- - , , •
- WINTER. mimic TABLE.
THREE ' TtArNS DAILY
r - WO AND FROM
B A I_. TIMOR .1E
Connect!Ons mad with trains,on Ponwlvania Railroad
to and froni Pittsburg and:the West.
TWO TRAINS DAILY to and Prom tho North and. West
Branch Susquehanna,Elmira, and all of Northern Now
York. , ,
ON and after MONDAY, NOVEAD3r,DI66II,
1863, the Passenger. Trains of the Northern Cen
tral Railway will arriveat and depart fron Harrisburg and
Baltimore as follows,. viz:
MAIL TIVIN leaves Sunbury daily (except
.... . .:..10.10 a. M.
. •f " 'leaves . .. 1.20 r.
arrives at Baltimore... 5 40 P. M.
EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Sunbury daily (except
• Sunday). . 11.42 r. n.
leaves Harrisburg (except
, • Honday)g....... .... .. . . 2.50 A. U.
ari-ifci - at Baltimore daily
• (eitopt kfond'ay)' . T.OO A. X.
HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION leavas liar
burg ' 7.00 A. g.
N 0 n, TraNVAIi.D.
MAIL TRAIN leaves Baltimore daily (except
arrives at Sunbury. 4.80 r. Sr.
EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Baltimore daily 9.80 P. Sr.
- - " arrives at Harrisburg.......2.oo A. At.
!MVOS Harrisburg dally (ex
. ciptinday) , &25 A. ht.
" arrivelMSunbury • 8.25 A.
HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION leaves Bal-.
timers dfily (exclapt. Sun
- ' dpy) . 9.00 r. Jr.
arriyeBltHarrisburg.........7.so P. M.
For farther information apply at the OM* In Pennsyl
vania Railroad Depot.... DuBARRY,
Harrisburg, Nov. 18, 1868.-dtf Gen. Supt.
: NtReArT/ViIiffIXISTE , AOUTE.
THREE TRAINS ' ' DAILY TO NEW YORK
ON AND AFTER 7110NDA-Y; November
16th, 1663, the Passenger Trains will leave the Phila
delphia and Reading Railroad DepOt, altuTtsburg, for
New York and Phga4elphia,,a,..followe, viz
. T 17:A
. EXPRESS LlNE•leaves Harrisburg at 0.30 on ar
rival of the.Pininsylvania Railroad .EspreSs Train from the
West, arriving in New York at L 45 a. At: A sleeping car
is attached to the train through from Pittsbuzg without
change. , '
MAIL TRAIN iet;l44•Varrisburg at 8.00 A. sr., arriving
in New York at 6.30*n.t.., and Philadelphia at 1.60 P. at.
FAST LINE leaves Harrisburg at 2.00 r. arriving in
New ; ork at1.0„25 and - Philadelphia at 7.00 ; P. M.
PAST LINE leaves New York at 6.00 A. IL, and Phila
delphia at 8.16 A:xi, arriving at Hartithurg at Ll 6 P. M.
IRATE/ TRAIN. l'etives N0w . ...Y0rr:at'12.12•3 :11:6011, and
Philadelphia at 3:Bo.arriving at Harrisburg at 8.20
EXPRESS TRAIN leaves New Yorkat 7.00 P. id., ar
riving at Harrisburg at 2,00 A. w., and connecting with the
Pennsylvania ExiirestrTrain-tor Pittsburt kaleeplng car
10 also attached to . this train.
Connections are made at Harrisburg with traiiii on the
Pennsylvania, Northern. Central and Cumberland Valley
railroads, and -at • Reading • for Philadelphia ; Pottsville,
Wilkesbarre; -Allentown, Easton ik.c.
Baggage checked through: 'ar& between New York
and Harrisburg, $5 15 vbetween Harrisburg and Philadel
phia, $3 35 in No. I.,cara, and sg3 in No. 2.
For tickets pr ; ntinlil4fortnatien apply to
J. J. CLYDE,
General Agent, Harrisburg.
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PhiladelpipaLand Erie Rail
. T Frs:gr.Oft,t. traverses :tale Northern and
• - Northwest counties of rennsylvanis to, the city of
Erie, on Lake Erie. . . • '
It has been leased by the PinitOrivancitinatoet Coy.
kn.., and Under their, auspices is' being . rapidly opened
throughout its entire length.
It is now in use 'for Passenger and Freight business
from„HarrisburgtO EITIOriIIOI (195111lIFS), on the Eastern
Division, and frar - Aheftteld 10 Erie (7 a £ miles) on the
Western Di4iaion ,
TIME BF r 'OHS TRAIRH AT HARRISBURG.
Traiii leareslikirttiL4s p.
Express Train leayesNorth— 3.25 A. y.
Cars run thrcsigh witirourr „mown both ways, on these
trains between Philadelphia 'ink LoelCilaron, and be
tween Baltimore and Look Haven..
Elegant Sleeping cars on &pre/3s - trains both ways be
tween°Williamsport and Baltirodre, and Williamsport, and
For information respecting .Passengerbusiness apply at
tho S, E. Corner llth and Markei strbeta
And for Freight business of ,(,ha Company's Agents:
S. B. 'Kingston; Jr.. 'abler' I.3th 'and - Market streets,
J. W. Reynolds, Erie.
J. M. Drill, Agent N. Ct
Genera/ 'Freight Agent, Phil'u.
Central Ticket Agent Pttil'a.
JOS. D. POTTS, •
nol64.lly]General Atcyntw, Williantsport.
A LL persons Navin . Grape Vines'of choice
11_ varieties, which they Wish to have prtuted, call have
it'done iia the best mannerand fraeofoharge, by addres
sing a ;tote through the Pciieollice to JACOB MISII. .
N. ,B .4—The presOit 'season and weather are most favors;
ble for the purpose. febl6
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TWAY-ANA ORANGES, just recieved at
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1863 WINTER 1864
CUMBERLAND VALLEY AND FRANKLIN
CRANGE OF HOTTRS.—On and after Mon
day, November 17,.1863, Passenger trains will run
daily; as follows, (Sundays excepted:)
FOR CHAMBERSOGRY AND HARRISBURG:
A. N. P. 3L
Leave Hagerstown 700 2.46 I
" Greencastle 737 3.35
Arrive at 8.17 4-20
Chambersburg.. ...... -
Leave at 830 12.55
Leaves Sblppe_nstang _...9.00 1.28
" Newville 932 2.00
" Carlisle - 10.10- 2.42.
" Mechanicsburg .10.42 3.12
Arrive at Harrisburg - 11.16 3.40
FOR CHAHRERSBURG AND HAGERSTOWN:
• .. A-N. P. iic.
Leave Harrisburg 8.05 185
" Mechanicsburg... 847 2.15
" Carlisle 9.27 2.55
" Neu - villa .10.02 3.29
" Shippenslung ..10.16 4.00
Arrive at Chamborsburg 11.'00 4.30
Leave Charnbersburg ..11.10 4.40
" Greencastle .1-155 5.30
Arrive at Hagerstown .12.35 6.10
gar Making close connections at Harrisburg - with trains
for Philadelphia, New York and Pittsburg •. .and with
trains for all points West. 0. N. LCLI Supt.
R. R. Office, Chambersbnrg, Nov. 17, 1862-1 y .
RE A T TRUNK LINE FROM THE
NORTH and Northwest for Philadelphia, New York,
Reading, Pottsville, Lebanon, Allentown, Easton A°. , Stet
Trains leave Harrisburg for Philadelphia, New York,
Reading, Pottsville and -all intermediate stations, at 8.00
A. M., and 2.00 P. N.
New York Express leaves Harrisburg at 8,30 A. at.,
arriving at New York at L 45 the same day.
Fares from Harrisburg: To New York, $5 15; to Phila
delphia $3 35 and $3 00. Baggage checked through.
Returning, leave New York at 8 A. ac, 12 noon, and 7
p. id., (Pittsburg Express.) 'Leave Philadelphia at 8 ifIA.
31, , and 3.30 P. H.
Stooping cars In the New York Express Trains, through
to and from Pittsburg without change.
Passengers by the Catawi.ssa Railroad leave Tamaqua.
at 8.50 d N., and 2.15 P. M., for Philadelphia, New. York,
and all way points. . .
Trains leave Pottsville ut 9.15 A. x., and 2.30 r. x., for
Philadelphia, Harrisburg and New Turk.
An Acctimmodation Passenger train leaves Reacting at
6.000. x., and returns from Philadelphia at 5.00 P. x. .
,87-All the above trains run daily, Sunday excepted.
A Sunday train leaves Pottsville at 7.30 A. at., and Pbil
adolphia at 3.15 P. N.
Commutation, Mileage, Season and Excursion tickets a
reduced_ rates to and from all points.
G. A. NICOL'S,
THE UNITED STATES HOTEL,
il - ARRISBURG- 7 PA.
COVEXLLY & HUTCHISON, Pi•oprictors
T ' well known Hotel is now in a condi
tion to accommodate the traveling public, affording
the most ample conveniences alike for the transient guest
and the permanent boarder.
THE UNITED STATES HOTEL has been entirely refit
ted throughout, and now has accommodations equal in
extent, comfort and luxury to any hotel between Philadel
phia and Pittsburg. Its location is the best in the State
Capital, being in easy access to all the railroad depots, and
In close proximity to all the public offices and business lo
calities of the city. It has now all the conveniences of
5.20 A. M
1.45 p. at
A FIRST CLASS HOTEL,
and the PrOprietors are determined to spare neither ex
pense, time or labor to ensure the comfort of the , guests.
The patronage of the traveling public is respectfully soli
STATE CAPITAL . HOTEL,
CORNER OF THI RD AND WALNUT STREETS
4 undersigned having purchased this well
known house hai enlarged and thoroughlyrenovated
IL The rooms have been re-painted and papered, and the
entire estalisliment elegantly re-furnished. Being plea
santly and eligibly located, and provided with every con
venience' it offers to the public all the comforts and luxu
ries of a first class hotel. Trusty and obliging servants
always in attendance. A bar well stocked with choice
liquors is attached to the establishment."
de26.dly W. G. THOMPSON, Proprietor.
JONES H US E ,
Corner of. Market street and Market Square
HARRISBURG, , PENIr4.
• • •• 'CHAS: H. MANN,
CHILLED" AND WROUGHT IRON
07- CUT—Si:cookie, the 'Net work •
Wrouzht Iron Bora
attention of business men generally
is invited to the supertor advantages of this Safe
over all others, In Fire and Burglar Proof qualities. They
are all secured by a Combination Lock, without key or
keyhole, and the whole outside of the Safe is CHILLED
IRON, (from I,:yi inohes to 2 inches thick,) and is proof
against the punch or drill and the use of powder, as fre
quently employed by burglars in their 'operations. De
scriptive circulars furnished by
GEO. W. PARSONS : ,
110 Marketstreet, Harrishuri,',
Agent for Central Penna.
ROM STANDARD SCALES.
Every desoripilon of Dormant and Portable Platform
Scales, Hay,. Coal and Stock Reales, Railroad Depot and
Traci: Scales, Furnace Chuaiing Scales, Array Scales and
Theis Stales have several IMPORTANT ADVANTAGES.
They receive the wear and'friction always on dulled 'from
Was under the platform, instead of receiving it upon the
knife picots.and dulling thein. No jarring of the plat
forra affects the working or the scale. Rave - no 'cheek
rods to confine the platform. Will weigh when out of
level. Large scales require no deep pit, and cost less for
foundation, AM7.., , Lthitn.rtily titherseales.
Full information furnished by the subscriber, who is
agent for. Central Pennsylvania, and. sells at manufac
turer's prices. GEO. W. PARSONS,
feb9-dBm 110 Market street, Harrisburg.
Broad Street, between -Brand , and Third,
T - undersigned has opened a new BA
KERY, in the Sixth ward, where ha is prepared to
supply BREAD AND CAKES at A reasonable rate. He
warrants satisfaction to all who will-give him a call. He
will pH his bread at the rate of
FIVE CENTS PER POUND
and full weight guaranteed. JOELN:ALGIORN..
VISITING, WEPRING, INVITATION,
AND AT HOME CARDS - =By a special arrangement
with ono, of the best engravers in the country_, cards of
any description will be executed in the highest style of
art, eonfOrmable with the latest fashion, and supplied
promptly, at lower prices than are charged by tare :station
ere I n N o w York or Philadelphia. For samples and prices
call m a ch t“ ti K
BERONER'S BOOK STORE,
APPLES 1 APP . S! 1-150. bbls. of York
suite Apples of. every-variety. Also, York State
Butter, for sale at ja29 BOYER. & KDERPER.
. fresh lot just received
and far sale by Of*. BOYER k RBERPER. •
FINE. ORANGFS an.d.LWONS for sale at
JO= Wulf Vacilala... riala i-
~..e.r..ne.r.n.,...", . ..."0, . ., ` , . ....1
DR. JOHN L. LYON'S
FRENCH PERIODICAL, DROPS
TRE i pREAT
Are the only known remedy that will succosstutly and
invariably restore and regulate thefemalesystem remov
ing all irregularities, and producing health, v igor and
LYON'S PERIODICAL DROPS
Are a fluid preparation, the only true one of the kind ever
discovered in this country, and acts directly on the parts
affected, whilst pills and powders can only reach them as
they work through sympathy, brit not at all direct and
Are you suffering from a constant anxiety for the regu
lar return of nature's prescribed laws
- Give yourself no uneasiness, for Lyon'isl'eriodlcal
if taken a day or two before the expected period, stir
tively and invariably regulate its coming, a. sure as erect
follows cause, as certain as daylight ibliows dartmeaa
Are you sick, enfeebled by dimes, or unable to bear the
labor and danger of increase ?
LYON'S PERIODICAL DROPS
Come to you as a blueing, for is not prevention better than
If regularly taken, it Is a certain preventive, and will
save you much peril and many hours of suffering.
Have you been afflicted for many years with complaints
incident to the so; that have baffled. the skill of physi
cians, and are hurrying you on to an early grave ?
LYON'S PERIODICAL DROPS
Are the most tellable regulator ever known, and cure, like
magic, all those irregularities that have defied the doctor's
Will you waste away with suffering from Lencorrhosa,
Prolapses, Dysmenorrhoea, and a.thousand other difficul
ties., all summed up under the name of suppressed and
obstructed nature, when an investment of one dollar in
DYON'S - PERIODICAL DROPS
will surely save you.
Do not use the drops when forbidden in the 'Erections,
'for although a . positiv e cure, and harmless at all other
times; they are so poweiful and finelYadeulated to adjust
land govern the functions of the sexual organism, thatOf
taken at improper times, they would producerresulta.ooE-
Eery to nature, against which all, partictdarly thossillrho
would refiroduce, should carefully guard.
LYON'S PERIODIOA_L DROPS
Cannot harm the most delicate constitution at any-time'
yet the proprietors wish to guard against its udsose:
hoping that a thousand bottles Stitt he, used or a good pur
pose where one is used for an illegitimate one.
LYON'S PERIODICAL DROPS,
the never-failing Female Regulator, is for sale by every
Druggist, in the city and country, and do not, if yen value
your health and wish for a reliable medicine, buy any
other. Take no other, hut if the Druggist to Whom you
apply has not got it, make blin send and get it for you.
C. G CLARK & - CO.,
Al 'Wholesale, by
JOHNSTON, HOLLOWAY & 00WDKN,
2.S North Sixth Street, Philadelphia, Pa
C 4 0
ti pa ,
Book and St.ationery Store
Embracing every new and improved sty hu r:!"
MAGIC CURRENCY HOLDERS,
P ORTII O NNATE,: .
at prices to suit all circumstances.
Consisting of a fine assortment of Westenh.h:,
From Newton's celebratedmanufactory. E
with a guarantee.
Together with every article usually found in a f,r, t
Book and Stationery establishment, at
myl2] BERGNER'S, 51 3faG;a -.
PEIPHER'S DAILY Li \
Lock Hawn, Jersey Shore, Williamsport, 31Er.
ey, Uniontown, Walsontown,
Lewisburg, Northumberland, 'sus
luny, Treverton, Georgetown,
_The Philadelphia Depot being centrally 1e,4,1,
drayage will be at the lowest rates. u.no.,,z)r
through with each train to attend to the : at ; ,
all goods intrusted to the line. Good, celisurkll t -
pot of FREED, WARD & FREED, Sit
Philadelphia, by b o'clock P. at, will be drill, EL,
riaburg the nest morning.
Freight Always as Low as by Any OG I ,,
JOS. MONTGOMERY 6.)
Philadelphia and Rea:, I
octill-tr Foot of Market street. li
m os! BAGS! BAGS!
NEW . AND SECOND-lIAN:i
BRAIITESS, BURLAP IND CUNNY
"6012 AND SALT BAG'S, ALL Slits.
• PRINTED TO ORDER, Lv
JOHN T. BAILEY & Co.,
No. 113, North Prong Si.,
DANIEL A. Mt - F:Ni I,
Goods sent to the Warehouse of NI, V.
& Hindman, Nos. 808 and 810 11ati:t s tr.:et , ,re Sth
Philadelphia, by 4 o'clock - , r. N.,
burg, ready for delivery, den morninr. r 6 mcl
SOLDIERS, YOU WILL DO WELL BY CHM
SCHEFFER'S BOOKSTOR L
SIGN OF THE "AMERICAN FLAG "
And purchase your
NOTE PAPER AND MIN - ELOPE:A
PIIOTOCRA PIT Bt -1
Made of the very best material, and for PH
prices. Remember the piece,
SCHEFFER'S BOOKS ;I , P.E.
*MI Sign of dm American Flag, Ilarri-1.1.;,:. l';
MUST BE 13OLD!
WALL PAPER, BORI)E
Has to be removed on the first of April i
of Wall Paper must be reduced, and will. r
sold at very low prices ; although price of W:i.: tr.;
still going up, Persons-desirous of Papering tit , it 't
will do well to examine his assortment and pr, - - 4.
December 1,11363. THEO. F. SCi t 11-_rE.
*lir nye cents cash paid for clear mix,'
pound. Old Books wanted for—cash.
GUM PEO'rOICALb are weird to soothe It
cough, allay Melding in the Throat, t.)
Catarrh, Sere Throat, &c. They tor:..
Coltefooyorehound, Ipaceenantia, Senega and
(the moct'reliable expectorants known,) are the on.!
live 'constituents, so blended with Gum Arabic and
tind each lozenge contains a mild and very pleasant d -
Manufactured solely by S. A. KUNKEL .t
jan27 Apothecaries, 118 Market street, Harrrhar.
Important to Truckers and Gardene , r
Wilms by the BUSHEL or POUND, of~dt
the leading and best early varieties. Peas, Bea:-
- Cabbage, “Winninystadt" & Co., Beet, Carrot P.-
amp, aga, Onion, &c., &c. The above seed
for male are raised in New York State, by one of the nl.)
responsible seed growers the country. I have pi
chimed from them for a number of years and
found them true to name and much earlier than
raised farther South. J. MISH,
Keystone Farm and Nursery, itirn,burg
P. B—.. Orders wanting immediate attention drnp in rL•e
Prat Office. No orders will be takes for any ranch ca .
Wed lees than by the pound, or one-fourth pound of four
varieties. [feb2s) J. 111 SH.
DR. B. M. GILDEA,
NO. 119 MARKET STREET,
Teeth positively extracted without pain by the c
ROSEWOOD AND IdAROGANI
IVIO4'XON'S GOLD PEN 6.
New Naoen, Conn.
Another lot of Morton's
UNRIVALLED GOLD PENS
Just received at Scheirer's Bookstore.
All pens warranted for one year.
SCHOOL SLATES of different sizes, Wills2c' ,, eac , • -
series of Spellers and Readers, published by 11
Brothers, together with all other School Books aLd Wr
lag Materiels are offered, wholesale and retail, at
MORTON'S GOLD PENS
Another lot of Morton's Unrivalled Gold Pens nn
at SCHEFITP26 13001;:iTORE -
All-pens 'warranted for one year.
NORFOLIC OYSTERS—ReaI s a lt s , n
the Jones Holm. York River Oysters, a tine smc't.
under the Jones House.
•leo, Terrapins, which will be served up in fine str:e , :
short. notice undee the Jones House, by
no SO J6' • H sz„-TvELL
POCKET BOOKS, BUCKSKIN rUItsES
PORTEMO-NNADM, and a general variety of LE *
MR GOOLE jag received at
• BERGNER'S BOOK STORK
WINEROMANO SHERRY, imported in
But Warraated the Finest sherry Wine in tl `
country. For ade at SD:ESLER. .t FRAZER,
ftba - ( 11 1MaxaM So Wm. Deck, %),0
NEW GOODS-JUST OPENED!
CALF SKIN POCKET BOOKS,
M'OLINTOCR'S PECTORAL Ni 1
THIS INVALUABLE SYRUP, whiel.
tirely vegetable in iti commksii.:,!l
ployod with wonderful SUCC4-16 for many ;
of diseases for the AIR. rassAcis s.
form of the dlsease, such as COD:II. 11;1:1 IN.:
THROAT SPITTING OF BLOOD, tdinct - Lr I;I:. ,;
HOARSECIaiS, LOSS OF VOICE and I!F:t - I it
use will be attended with the
of the beat and safest medicines Mr at 1..1-n.
CHTIIS and CONSUMPTION. A° law/Joao,
lion of Opium in any shape in This syrup.
PRICE $l.OO PER BOTTLE.
For sale at BERGNER'S Cheap Book
DANIEL A. MUENCH AGENT
Oy the Old Wallower Line, re , peetfully in
forms the politic that this Old
Line (the only Wallower Line now is vc,:- ;:, •
sitylla in successful operation and 1..
(relit t as low as any other individual 1.1.,
delibia, Harrisburg, Sunbury, Lew:sburg,
Jersey Shore, Lock Haven and ail et 1,, 1. , vn
Northern Central, Philadelphia and Ene :.:an,
and Elmira Railroads.
AN ASSORTMENT OF
- - - -
Of different aims, for sale at
nol9 SCHEFFER'S BOOKSToRK