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When will Wonders CenSe 1
THE GREAT REMEDY OF THE WORLD
McBRIDE'S ICING OF PAIN
WILL cure any ache or pain in from one
to sixty minutes !
It acts like magic upon the absorbant and glandular.
systems, roduciug swellings and regulating the secretions
mid excretions, It is of a diffusive, Penetrating 'nature,
exerts its influence from the periphery to the centrit'cif,
the nerrOU9 organism, thence by reflex action Its powr.
,s felt throughout the entire system, restoring the Men:
Dta3g fluids and checking disease with invincible strength:
THE KING OF PAIN IS. INFALLIBLEI
No matter what the pain, apply the medicine and you
mill find instant relief. it is an internal and external
TEE KING OF • PAIN
DINS Is!most instantaneously, Headache, Earache, Neu
ralgia, Deafness, Sore Throat, Cadds, Bronchial-Affections,
Dyspesia, Diarrheett, Dysentery or Bloody Flux,
Lver Complaint, Kidney Disease, Diseases of the Bladder
lid Genital Organs, Cramp; °hello and- an spasmodic
•,, , une, Fever and Ague, Burns, Bruises, - Cuts, Spraint and
wounds of every description. It proves -itself the mastery,
tlitt testimony of thousands prove its meritorious worth.
wholesale and retail by
S. A. KUNKEL, druggists, Sole Agents, •
118 Market street, HarrisbUrg.
tat Wowing letter from a soldier, In.refereece to the
eaicacy and powerful restorative qualitities of DR. MC
BRITIE'S KING OF PAIN, speaks for itself :
NERNILLE, CUMBERLAND CoIXIT;
Sept. 14, 1864.. . ,;
Sevsrs. S. A. Mira& & Bra ,
GENTS :—.I. would inform you tram I ri c,erved the bottles.
of Mcßride's Greet Pain Biller, and enclosed pleat° llnd.
live dollais more, for which send Me five bottles addition
al to-morrow. I leave for camp to-morrow. Let me
know whether you can supply me with it in the army., I
am iu Company R, 2024 i.egiment P. V. I have been in
very had beak n for upwards of four years, and two of the
one-dollar bottles have cured me completely, and have
made me feel like a man. Besides, I have cured. a num
ber of my comrades of various diseases incident, to E.alnp.
life, and can recommend it to be the best ,inedigitte. the
•' ' '
later can provide for himself.
Yours respectfully, JOS.
4 .r All orders from a distance promptly attended,to b
S. A. KUNKEL Si BRO. .y
A HOME CERTIFICATE.
The following certificate is from a well-known citizen or
Hansisstrao, Aug. 80, 1864..
To tux Punta gives me groat pleasure to recom:
mend to the public the medicine prepared by DR.:J. J.
SicBRIDE, which ho calls the "RING OF PAIN. I Was
induced to use it as an external remedy fora bruise, *hick
it rdlietted immediately, and subsequently cured entirely':
Its success induced me to use it Internally for Diarrhcom,"
with which I was afflicted in a chronic form for nearly
eighteen mouths, and to such an extent that . milidnejs•
were seriously deranged. The medicine has .aufed.rale;..
and certainly that is saying a great deal in its favtdr, when I
reflect how many other remedies I tried without expeii
ening anything but temporary relief.. For my part, I
shall always keep a supply of it in my house, believing as
I do that it is a most invaluable family medicine.
The unexampled sale of this medicihe proves it to be
the most wonderful discovery of the ago to the medical
The undersigned are the sole agents for the State, and
will supply it wholesale and retail.' •
S. A. KUNKEL & 8R0.,. Druggists, •
118 Market street, Harrisburg.
Steam Engine and Machine Shop %
ST., BETWEEN WALNUT ANi MARKET. ,
(J. C. Moltz's Old Stand.)
rpliE undersigned having taken the above
Shop, respectfully solicits a share of the public pa
Particular attention will be paid to repairing of Steam
Ragines, and all kinds of machinery. All work will re
ceive my personal attention, and satisfaction guaranteed.
LADIES' HAIR NETS, and
FRENCH LABE, and
TISSUE VEILS, ETC.,
AT ASTONISHINGLY LOW PRICER.
Everybody should call at once, and sOcure groat bar
:,,,auta, at Mrs. MAYE,R'S,
aug3 dtf No. 13 Market street.
I s a pleasant, healthy beverage. '
Very convenient and refreshing for invalids having'
lever or great thirst.
Its portability recommends it to travelers.
Its convenience at pie-nice will be apreohtted.
No sugar required; one table-spoonful simply dissolved
in a glass of cold water and it is done.
KELLER'S DRUG AND If"ANOY GOOD STORE,
Jen' No. 91; Market street.
I) CANNED FRUITS OP EVERY rtgtso=-
TION. SAUCES of all the celebratanuunattaiurerg,
0 every description.
Ala,, BROWN STOUT, FINE TEAS, COPTEIr,," SUGAR
and SYRUP df all grades and prices, and the best selected
sack outside of Philadelphia.
All gOO4B guaranteed as represented. . • • :
Particular attention paid to all orders from a distance: •
Seeds carefully packed and delivered to all parts of the .
City free of charge. SHISLER & FRAZER,
Iny6 successors to W. Dock, Jr., & Co.
LIQIIID RENNF,T. ' • -
LIQUID RENNET - the;
-ILI Most luscious of all deSO4 fiscl.b.4 table; the tight.
est and most grateful 'diet' for , anti "eliddren.
Uilk contains every element of the.bOdil7 , constadtic!ni
wheu coagulated with rennet it IA airy tte kght and easy el
digestion, and supports the systeM pi the least possible
esciteruent, When still greater nntritive power isdesired
cream and sugar may be added. A teaspoonful .nonverit
quart sr milk into a firm curd. Prepared:marl:sold...
wholesale and retail by S. A. ICU.N.A.R4
Jelkr 118 marketyktrAe4.
PHOTOGRAPH ALE! MS.
Photograph Ammar. , ri
Tin largest, and cheapest variety Orillt
TOGRAPR ALBUMS In the city are constantly kei
at (mar= BERGNER'S CIESUP BOOKSTORE.
VERY PINE, INDEED 2
TO our fine and extensive stook of . Phitito;
graph Athena and .Photograph cent pi c t ures,
have added a BEAUTIFUL ENV.OPE for the reception
U card pictures. They must be seen and will he admired
Photographers supplied at the very lowest whole
We price, and their darn printed Wu them for $1
thousand, wholesale and retail. at
50 Dozzz.t :ARS ENOUSErl'iditLES'
comprising !loamy, Chow mow, Canblamer
lased Fiala; Gerkine, Wants ead-nloasi—For - sale
atkoleeale and retail by 'ZITTStr
V 1, -, TA. V.:•• •
der 13 ETTEILL-tresh roll butter
m Se county rewiagry week. Also
DAM it seam.
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Dyspepsia has the following Symptoms:
Ist A constant pain or Uneasiness at the
pit of the steliftieh • ' ' •
' 2d. 1 Flabilen4gld Acidity. . •
ad.' Costiveness and Loss of Appetite.
• Alb. Gloom and Depreis . sion , ef ? Spirits.
Diayrhcea, with OPing.,
6 th. Pain in all Part, 4 . 4.: the ,System.
Consuriaptive Symptom= and palpita
tion of the Heart.
Bth. Cough,' with Thlegfri in the. Throat:
9th, .Nerv O lLS'A4Teetigui - nndvirant Of. Sleep
at night ;.,.
10th...bbis of Appetite and Vomiting;
11th. Dizziness, Dimness of Vision, and
Loss of sight. ; '
12th. Headaehe and Snaggering in walking,
dwith great weakness. ' ••
Out of the thousands of cases 'of Dyspepsia
that have used Dr. Wishart's Great American
Dyspepsia Pills, not °ale of' them has failed
of a p,erfeet_eure," . , We warrant'ature in every'
'case, no.matter if . of twenty years' standing: 4
Sold by all druggist's "eiterrrhere, and ap Dr.
Wishrt's office, Nb. - lb N.' . Second - 13freee,.
Philadelphia, rind con.
trulta.tions free ofpelaange. - _ Send for a cirein;
lay: Mee $1 per box. Sent by mail, free of
charge, on receipt of money. ' '
DYSPEPSIA, DYSPEPSIA, DYSPEPSIA:
•I, Erszenrrn BEext3444, ofsi Brandywine,
Del., formerly, of Old Chester,„ Del.w An-sertify
tied, for onifYear and aWI suffered every
thing. but ,fromthatawful disease called-
Dyspepsia. Ky . whole system was prostrated
with wealaiessMid nervous debility; I could
".not: digest my food,; if I ate even a eraek:er or
the smallest amount of food, it would return
just as I swallowed it; I became so costive in
,my bowelithat'l would not have a passage in
less than from four and often eight days; un
der this immense suffering, my mind seemed
entirely to give vray. I had a dreadful horror .
and'einl . I thosglit ever:y . 6 o o'
hated; Mrkandl..hated everybody; could .not
loCar my husband nor my oWn children; svery,- : '
thing ;appealed to be horror-stricken' to' me;
Iliad, no ambition to do` anything; I lost all
:my love; of family and home; I would'iairiblie
attd. Wander from place to place, but could not
cointented; I felt that II was doomed to
hell, and that. there was rio- heaven for me,
and was Often-Jempted to- commit suicide,
So near was My whole nervous , system de
stroyed, and also my, mind: from that awful
complaint, ;Dyspepsia that my friends thought
best tp haVe' me placed in Dr. Kirkbride's,
hospital,' I remained
there funiiiiieeks,,and thought I was a little'
lietter;,.bstiti a feti*' •days my dreadful com
pzui44 sh.t,c•titlot ,-a § , bad as evar,. Hearing of
tlleweridflftnfenrei :performed, by Dr. Wis
hart's' Great. American Dyspepsia. Pills and
treatment :for Dyspepaa, My -husband
calleds on Dr. Wishart and stated my case to,
him. I He said he had no doubt he could cure
me. • So in three days after I called and placed
Myself under the. Doctor's treatment, and in
tigOlv'eake I,begaff to digest my food, and felt
that inytlineas&was last -giving 'th way,-and
continued to recover for abotit rte.e months,
and at the present time I enjoy . psfeto health
of taidy and mind, and I Meat =merely return
mytlumks to a merciful God axed Dr. Wis
hlnt; and to his great Anierican Dyspepsia
Pills and Pine , Tree , Tar Cordial diet saved me,
from 011. Insane: Asylum and ,Prenu duke eav'e,,
_with Dyeixipsia .are at
' liberty to Call - On me or write, asa am willing
to'do :all the good I can for suffering htf,
maniti. ulif7,AllETH BRANSON.
Erandywine, DeL; formerly of Old Chester,
Delaware county, Pa.
Dn. Wismares Office, No. 10' North Second
street, Philadelphia. • • •
DANIEL E. WILT
Ds.' l 4tenairr-1 have been a • conStent sufferer with
DYBP O OSia for the last eighteen years, during which time
I cannot say I ever enjoyed , a perfectly well day. , There
were tithes when the symptoms were more aggravated
than at others,
,and then it seemed it would be a great ,re
lif to die. I had'at all times an nnpliermant feeligg in my,
head, but latterly - my sufferings so much increased that .
I became almost mintier business or any kind; my mind •
was continually filled with gloomy, thoughts and for*
Wino, and if I •attenipted to dotage their current by
reading,: at once a sensation of icy coldness in ponnectiox
with a dead weight, as it were,.4csted upon mribrain.;.:
also, a ibeling ofeickassawou*,qcdur thines% ' iinlig
Stosillain t o mY - eYea. - atitifid - witiski Ad A . ; • illio': ,
oontintoil (calor , /rejng• my reason ,• r a rw- e ded
great •Misitude, debility and nervousness, which _made*.
.dinicaltito :walk by :day 0 i sleep at night I' Immune
averse to society, and difiposed • only to seclusion, and
having tried the skill of a 'adllatier of eminent pllysioilns
of various schools, neatly cal:6o6'ole conclusion that, for
this disease at my Presolt age lyeargethere wasno CUM
in existence. ' But; through ta 'tuterfererice of Rivists ;
Providence, to whom I devoutly : offer my thanks; I. at laSt:
found a sovereign remedy in your Dyspepsia Pills' and
Tar Cordial, which seem to have effectually removed al
most ate last trace of my/ long list of _ . ailments and • bad
realimm and in their 'plrAce health, pleasure and content
ment are my everyday company's& .; , , ~ ,
JA6IES SAUDERS.• .
No. 453 North 'Second street, Philadelphia n
' . yormerly of Woodbury, N. V.
Dr Wishart4 OY,iee No 10 North-Second greet, PLila
delphia.! • -
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, • A rgsnirsz CURE .7011 DYSPEPSIA.. •
- WHAT Alt. .101 E H. BABCOCK SAY& •
No. 1028 Oars STriawr,.-
Philadelphia, January 22d, 1863.
• Ds, is. with much Vulture that I
am nowlaide telpform you that,.by the use of your great
Amerisab. Dyspepsia Pills, I have been entirely oured:of
that Mug/tatting equiplaritt, Dyspepsia.- had bet:in
grieViortaly afflicted for Alm Nat. twenty-eight years, and
)far ten- years of that time have not been free from its
patlt.onc week at a time. Ilium° had it lulls went.form
andldave dragged on a Atetroiserable oaistence—in pain
day and night. Every kind of :feed. that late-filled me
with wind and pain, it mattered not how: light, or bow
small the quantity . A „continued belching was sure to
follow. : I had no appetite for any kinds' of meats what
ever and my diatoms wee so great for.several months
fore I hemq.ef your . Anstr./ frequently wished for
death. had taken nyarything t 1 had heardor for
Ay E pe r i eilliOut receiving . ny. benefit ;. lout' on -Your
. I. 9B o BPasude4l .19; MOW one . who had , been.
caned b ymete, A concluded to give them a' trial, ilthOugtr
-I had-nq faith in them. _ , To ..my astonishment ; / fond
':ezkysgif getting better before I had taken one-forittli.Of '
boa, 4!ndi alter Milting half a box, I alt a weld man, and
"wrest arrytAihg.j,wish, :told enjoy a hearty meal three
.4tanatay:Withent - inoonvenitmce - from anything I eat.
'or If you think Pro Per .) you exe,atliberty to make
Ltd e p e ib l io 04 4 .re y ,to .I.‘trklt.ebeerfully giTe all do- :
hirable irifi*M call on me
Foi s sale at Dr' -s" Xedicat
_Depot, No. la. North
Second street,: ' Drina One Dollar per
box. Sent ':Ortharge,-on receipt of price. •
DYSPEPSIA i -DYSPE'PSIA► "
Devon, have been a. OM sniltrei 'with
Chronic pyspitstantii IntiamnsatiOn
them yeama.. ll. o±E~NtUtrictortibitaFflo ; t206 1 ,.' ern'
9eirtpripstelaitint , PhDadelphkidediOUD~on Oce*Y
q' p E c k-1 Tboyelidiailittraseetierienwhei 03 0 •; e e j e K7 ,
I awl ~ .ieostintl=itriair i pat rie9p mi = dis
Crics,_ an d with constant - -fit,irinlOnid gni ibid.'
oge e was *tag of man
Yo• Wit ppossot upsosip3 ativAsiali'.atisT: was dn.
• sedan. cull I °Mae, ' was
mYAulreringiolin %afloat all hal* iitler e ele. w e t I , w *
' &Sant- j MAde it a subject of prayer to G o d th a t h e
would direct 11/0 to MAO physhdan or madkine that
wooSi Cue am I woo tol4 So rood tut odvestasoonos of
''!.oltsl!,-:.EAP:.:S.: - :t:Ar:-]'.: -T ,;
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Di. Wiithar'Sin the • Plillajkiillia Ledger, a e a great cure
. upon Mr. John Pabei:oc6,.of,.loEBDliyee Street, Phila.
'Afilphia, by the great American DYispepirla 'Pill:3. 'I went
to the Doctor's 001ce„ and placed myself under h treat
ment, and told him if he failed to cure me, it: would be the
'lest effort I weritd make. , Illbastbeen six 'weeks jiince I
conimericathe use othiemedichie, and I am now a well
man, eree from all pain and distress, and can eat three
hearty meals e.day with•ceinfort, and feel perfectly dell.
04 Wisll4A. I want ybu to,Publish-. my -..case, 112 r wait
oor - dyspeptic suffering as I was, to call on me, and
I will ell them of the great cars I have received from
yodel valuable medicine: SAMUEL D. HAVEN.
Comer Venaugo au Lambert streets war Richmond
street,!formerly froth.W . rightstown, Burlington; county,
The Waive are a few...among the :thousands. Whioh- 'this
great remedy hasnaved Iron; an untimely!grave.
_• • ,`,...:
We have4loll,Piri EtS of ieitqtiOel phyeieiNleatel ding,
gists wtoliftve prencithednnd Old theTM•cordial;difying
that they:havel'never used . oriold a medical which gave
Audi tiltiveriad satisfaction. ~ .:. .:: . •• • • .•.. !.1
Prepared only by..tke.proprietor,‘ . ,_.,'
_1„_: _ •, , . - 2' -' i . ' •
DR:I,::Q, 0 WISFIA 4,T., ,i
No. 10 North Second' street, Plitiathdpfilli,".*:' ,
Soldiby Draggling eviarroere . ,;tlBtrijylli-efidLdaw!'
U. IS: 7 , •30.;1140A1 1 4P.' 1. '""
I'y4E[E Secretarypf the . Wieast
1i that subscriptions Will be received. for q6n-:
Ton TreaStlTY: XMAS, payable three yiti3Otrdin
Angdt 16th, 1864, with' `serni-annnali
at the rate of seven and three-tenths per tent.
pei and-iptereitt both - to be
paid' -lawfal money.. ' n •
Those notes will be convertible at the option
of ithe holder at' reuittlifty' six per i pent.
Aord hearing.bonds, payable not less thiah five
nor-niore than twenty years freiv their date,
as thi Government rimy .They will be' ,
%issue in denornimitions of, $50,. $.1.00,•16500;
$l,OOO and $5,004),-and-all subseriptioritennitt
be foi fifty, dollars' or some innituiliy ,of
ckalais. . .
The notes will be transinitted to the•owners
free of transportation charges as soon after
the receipt of the original Certificates of. De.•
posit as they can be prepared. " •
As the notes draw interest from Augdst 15,
-persons makin'g depositslsubsequent to. that
*de must pay the interestiaccrueil froth date
of note to date of deposit.
Parties depositing twenty-fivelhonsand 'dol-
Ise and upwards for Aese notes at any one
'tine will be allowed, a , oommission of one
quarter of one per cent, 'which will be paid
by,the Treasury Department sonthe receipt
Of a , bill for the aXtilill4; 4tifted. ~ to by the
officer with whom the,d4osit was , made. No •
dedwitions for commissions, must be made
trope the deposits..; .
Omeeisil AdValli.t4g fr es - '01,03 Lidkal•
q tr A NATIONAL SAVINGS BANg.,,offeri4 a,
rate than any other, and - best security.
vAny savings bank which pays its depositors:
iit`l7.l S. Notes, oonsiders that it is paying.,
the beeireulating medium of the country,-
and:it. cannot payiu, anytAing, bett43r,;forAts
own assets are either in government securities
or, in totckor bonds payable .in government
It'd equally convenient as A, temporaryOr
perinanent, inveetnmat. - The "notes' earV - ai
Waysibe'• se:4l;fo;,.'wititin tiaolioiti: a their
face and acolanatnated interestoteld are the
best security,yr4kbatiks as collatetals fordis
Conveitibleldo per Cont 6-20 Gold Bond.
In addition to' i'he very liberal inteiest
the notes for throe years, this ,priiilege
convetaion is now worth about three percent.
per annum, for the current rate for 5-20 Bonds
is notless tlutztninek4r'Ornt. Premiu*,, and b c e
foie the war the premium on six per cent. 11:
S.:itt:Mks wan .over twenty per cent. It wilt
Am'imert that Ate - actual proftt on this loan,' at
th&pMgea market rate, is not less than ten
per cent. per :annum. .
Its Exompriou from
_Stow Or Kunicipal
But aside froni all thsinctrantagen we have.
enutherated, a special act of Congress exempts
allbesids and Treasury mites fioia loadtaxation:
On the average, this; exemption is worth about;
two per cent. per annum, amording •lihe
rate"of taxation in various arts of the cormlo. , ,
-It is believed that no sec Mies offer,',so'
great inducements to lenders as. those issued
by the, Government.. In all other forms; of
indebtedness, the faith or ability of private
partiee, or stock'companies, or sepazate com
nOmities, only, is pledged for payment, while
,tbe whole property of the epunkry is held to
Algoma the discharge of all the obligations of
likie United States. •
•ta,While the Government offers the most
liberal terms for its loans, it believes that the
very strongegt i ,appeal will be to the loyalty
and patriotism of the•people,
Sor.ecaumiansts' MILL as tack - Im. by the
Treasurer of the Unitdd States, at' Wasidng
tOn.. the several Assistant ? Treasurers- and
designated Depositaries, and; by all the Na
tional banks which are depositariewtf public
14 44t-tlYs and all respectable-bettketo
tbrfiAinout the. etynntiti,WAll , ',Oive • further:in
formatiOn and afford every tactility to sub
scribers. ' (au/9-ditw:2n2
Volunteer kotiael •
Captiims of - Companies . and Commanders of'
U undertristu4 are prepared to secure T' all Voltmteens. fob
liest'Local; - Cash and Government"
.1 Bounties •
Committees can be supplied With credits for their town,'
Ship or county quotas. , . •
gonEnlistmeut papera promptly made out, and men
attended to until mustered in, clothed and equipped, by
Pennsylvania Recruiting Agency. HEWES & CO. ,
Opine, Parke House, Hornet street, between !Third and
,Fourtn str4ets", Harrisburg. „ ,
Tipof the hilla hews COMMLE,BIOI7a- LC; *MA
Htatenintrebellion. [aug2B.ldasslm :
-e: Build ers
'otiee to Brld
• • -[ e`. : • . - „t •
Undersigueq, gult uifitortea -0
Philt county, Penn'nYlvanitt, will • reeekve _Sealed Pro
, posals up to SepteMber the 21st, ,(Yfetinesday,),M two
ceelock‘e. fOr eaperiritelpling.and furnishing
all the materials a eerrloored*Hridge areas Arm
strong creek, in,.lacksonlownship;'said county, east of
Halifax, et,thite referred to by the late Reports of the
Grand Inquest - of the counfy, somewhere south,, or nearly-
so, of Flaheraville. Said bridge to be . forty feet span, on
the Bertl Top Arch plan, and , to be as high as. what - the
- bid-bridal) (now Standing) is ; north bide wing v rails tote
l'otrteep' feet hip& and those nf the south sides ten feet
king" •Propinsals; to , be', endorsed on She Spec aftattiona
which may be - had ' t:,the oill6a of the County. Silomrals
aleneys at Harrhaburg,'oh . splication by fetter .or Atha- •
wise. blidndeiktl4. sa id h 4i ngEN J Y an neci c da r t o4.l . 4.Ru
j e t ;.b west re .__
iu2s.da s i g id) •- ROBERT W. !a :q1.40R8 rEI I:
1 120 Eli .Cider Viuegai
ENGs.a 4 ASEritr,4o --4"!ust
•Getied. oAllft caLeAt Ofita t
jac VDavakttast T ImPf
" muCCellere to Wm. Do Wt.
MAOKRIMITL, EBBING Ali P_SAL
.0 MON ii Ewe BMA aNO FAS
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'WORTH . Sgee StßtEt. '
' • '' • ••• ' -HARRIBBILRA=.I O .A.. •••• • ' • :
• _ • •!
1 1'8141 'tuber attention is called to the celebrated concave- •
colavex Crystal Speotaclek which are werranted - to
istiengti ten add nreserve , the . eyes Of the '-iveater, and' to
'last frot n 10 to.l2 . yeitin Withoutchaftge,
List s .1 pricetraent free to. etiy,direetion,;
Conga vo and convex lenses, seffniteel frames, ss.-
Conga re and convex crysialzleneesonet •in-hest steel
frames,' g ; .
Coos ~ andlfsurift.ryiltalilisef in Keel'
ki I t
Coe ie and convex cryatahlenses,set in Platina frames,
:Anti! CI T 8 14d i lenses, : set in • gold frames,.
Inc r ibt , ring spectacles state how long glasses are used.
Any rof glasses purchased, either here or sent to or
ider; ea ; exechanipeditc not suited to Omen,. .
Always en ihanclieitifge itgeortincisieldf,Aerinitatla 111-
croscoples, Telescopes, Opera and Figid Oases, Thermom
eters, 11aro m. eters, Compasses, Drawing Instruments, and
Stereospop es, , with the latest views ; .• ; ! •
tirge" Sen. E tamp for catifogati cinktainti - -prices, am:,
- - -
.9T • , -
UNC 'LAIN/MD GrOODS,v
of the . • ,
HOWARD., AV meg, EXPREM CRIMPY.
•: , i
HE to tidep F dytkoribnd., the
schednit ~pricing been consigned to the - o .rd er,
. . - ii4..: -
Hope Rime* i Company, and the cOnSignees,lifiei c due'
and legal nen ee; lint 'having taken them away; nor paid
the costs and . expenses or carriage, Will be exposed to.
public sale or outcry at the Market House, on SATURDAY,
SEPTEMBER 24, 1864. Tne solo to commencebtB O'clock
in the forenem tr cif said Itny: • ' ' - " '' ; :.•
1 box, g_aliVk m Rutehtnsen Lbdle; nb name • : '
1 box; B More *ale ",.:L' . l - k 11,pkgre,:, JOhnShulthouse
tboxy Peter E'. Washer. , 1 pox, Elizabeth Wiginning
1 box, M Cong'"liliti --' • ' - Phlox, Mr SR T Brady
1 ,. c h44",e0 L Krider— I.4tottlfreChits Bucher
epkge, Cat i rl c lVitrty „ „ .i t i ok i ,T.liciti J,Tomer LT • a T ,
1 bdle; os ails *; Bbeolatt i . Chas , hebeketntiPir il
noti b ti 0 . •;" iiiii.l. box, 6WI Wpm ii ..
.1.. Tar pi s, AL . Battles 1 pkge, _3l L McDonald
r l box, name ' 1 pkge, Coo T Barkhort
} 1 lox; '
G Wol f• - ~. • ~ i 1 boF,Clbuta_Titylor ~ •
1. litix, pt IV I , lirland 1 tmlikoP Wi Lk r •! .
'1 box, Cleo BDa ily 1 trunk, R C Bally
1 pkg, R F Leis, :tiring 1 box, SD Fite
1 box, J!l , ,Koldt .r 4 . ~ 1 box; - ,prut Drehel, e . •
1 box, h P Mills k
J. box, h N Mortc m. / lrge, J-Togle
.4. o hag L _lW, 11 RA- 'PW , er ..2- reN I A J. irb in g'..;...` •I. ' '
1 bdle, Henry lai,..,.ntlur i',.• : Al :arm Lk tiVii 6 sioyir ..7.
1 MtPit . t_ock . 1 pkge, Wm Morris
,-•.,-, PeePM. Rt smelt 1 pkge; W S King
Xpinewleo Vogh -e . , - 1 p.kke George Betchtre
;11:kix, Motional trite,: , I..pke, John A Dantrich , .
'1 60x,. pt LMB unitise 1 Doi, Petrie': Flanigan;
1 bos;.ft A Stever son 1 bottle, Jane Wider-
'A. pkge, ,Win BMa see - . i Pkge:nomainir.wo* , . i ..:.
I 1 Pkge, P 0.4, J , V 7EeelteeTe ,/ IcALekli.G44 Rolm E :. 1
1. box,. A F Penny ,p acker ../ bolt., no sumo . . ,
1 b ox , a i l Leek ; - . ' - I'p box; liaac.Roiringer
3 boxes GP Mr :dtvick • ;1. hexi ee borrie. -'
1 bOx,, apt JTio . . Ml' 1..., ; 3 - , • Ipkge,,, 0 Anthony ,-: •
1 box,..4isiah R I ;town •: , , .-1.1.1c13°1J - 4 ; . 1.„ . IK R II ... ' a.
:1: box,' Robt F Cr. 'smart -/. ' No; - win ;• Winio . .. - . 1 " •
I - box,Aoil3tirtg s ' 1 horn: John Beirtenne •
1b03f,,,T1E Spalding 1 box Mb, CapVl , J;Johimon
1 fkix,'Oapt J Del Rider„ .., _ I.pkga; David tepper .: ...
1,10 x,. A LBiyiu - kt..., •,-.) ', 1 .do 'Ethe r bala i .
1 brur,',..lohn WU, - opkins .' ' i. - 40 MOMIner .
1,b,0F, Idar) , ' , Rtitlr - tbangiic , :e -1 ~ ,d o Mrs
.S 0 Nines'
1 p kge oil clOth, r to Mune I: rho'dy. ;Lords& Beater 1.: -
- /..Pkti!, Pr, Dgook ,-: • iiii.i. d?.." - Aiglif.t-Sehleae Cl' ... - 2
.tkiaap and h IA •
,Id.tc a :de dimes Viet' iborn. -...- ,
1 pkse,WM Piv -trees° M.O - Adam WaAnger
i Pkg.; iJoidiiir De;" Bohr • " . 'l. do" noL Min% •- - •
a b.ba*, , no name a......-; ....1.740.1..Cari Jiver . T • f :',. •
1 Pkge, Limit R 13,,,i8a11if 1 do, , ,'Almo•ltouperheigt.
lc bagq.Ed. D COD' tad . 1 - 4.7JotuiH - Beryhill
1 otag, , ,Capt PS V: Alps . ' 1 de' tHenry Bach'
1 B oat; no name -• , .r • ' ~ 1 '..'do John Dacasho
, ; bale, GeoAlbt • - • • • "
i os above ,artiollpSyri.o be expre4ed to public sale, as'
aforessid,..acecrdin. g to I the provisions of, the first section •
;of the.abt. of Assets - . tbly of the' Carammortwealth of7din
laylvaiste,aPProved the 16th day of March, A. D. I.Q$9 `,
witfi eidatie requke !tnentsrof which.tho Howard and Mope:
Express Company I tare in all respects complied. , Tho;abto
of Assembly is as ft thews :
4 , CoMinission. nirlerthants and factors, and all common
carriers, or othes:lrorsons having a lion loon goodsi wares.
and merehandisb,,ll or or on account of the casts and 0X...•
penes of carriagno r storage,, or any other charge arising'
item the tfausPatts 1 . itkal,dreeptng„',.. or storage otratchlirci
party?, in , 9tse tue.os „ . niers or: cnsigneesshell pot poy,or dik f
'charge to amount,: 9.ne for 'such dOsVq4 , elisc l 1 14,T t Ig9r ,
odrage,„ orotber obi • rgen ' hireirtbefore named, may,' ter
the expiration of eir ',Ay* days - troth; the netice - hereinafter
provided, proceed if ,i roll the shore; or (soli:etch thereof as ,
may teneoessafy tr , gisoltarge said lige,. at public emotion:
Presidia, That toil ' oe . Of Sale shall' be.;g l Yon: as . required
for Arai, fp' &eles - t , if iletkinal , prokerty; and that thirti
doyenetwe.of.eald /: ton beat om torlieowner or conslg.tee
of rho p,koperty, • ho . 0 3 1 4 y 0) ,•. be so, punk that the same
*4 4 4 4 4 weeitly to, L'orne newspapF,Publlshed
in.tho proper'cit V
,' o , t them,* tettet(the geode, wares' _
or inerdhanotselro tve l veimi•ettiy.4gnedidbl• four nOtiesoa, .
Lire vievire beer°, th eisa jec 4,6e,rbetduffofirdenek,artfing:
from - Such sale, aft ter,. . edeoting 70,7.5t8
chargesiand stoma ; icio44..in*eldn, Ao isci.tioa:sub- .
.feot to tkso Crier of thdotnerar emndri of santoiropert.Y.*
, imsgch Isatalvgit4 Agelat%
.sag2;-dts] - , I, E C r g rar4 igigt.tiol*Egigekte_ Company.
Itktrbil - F.l `, DAIS I,II`
_ilearvirk • 3111 1 1 • PIiffLADYALAELLA, r .
Ott !oxen, IN lloy ShorksWilliantsport,'Mun.
ay, Unionto wn, Watuntowni . Dian,
tnwitburg: i-Nopikunberlaidi : 81 4 1 .
Lykes ' -
The Depot being centrally located, the
drayage Will be at th e lowest rates. The Conductor goes
through, with each tr nisi to attend to the Bale delivery of
la goods intronegte Getaia delivered. at the - de.;:
:pot of I WELLIAM• X. OMB, tin Market street,
Philadelkohls, by aa' clock P. x., will be delivered in Her
.r i s burg he next 1011111.
IFrOlgitt. ink* iris Low as by Any Other
• • JDs. " MONTGOMERY' do co., • •
• v - Philadelphia and Reading Depot,
.• 00=4 1 i` Foot of Market street, Harrisburg.
-•- , •
IEPORTANT TO . LANDLORDS AND
zi 'onizEs- 7 Toe, ,unaeisisned Pirela a t witale6a44 l ig
the klxide, achaickla . COI Vie - best Ism s ever brought
fferrislirg, vbL: Pki '. ,sell Brisulai, 'Welland Gins, Scotek;
Tinsla b biou s r, WA cal and Old Rye Wkisky; Foriegn
and ;Winos, . such IS glikftWitdde, el="dt Odtatsbilk
de.;.• liquors. era . mauled, AS ,rgage4ted. , LandlOrdS
slid °Otero will dad 1 .t to their )kilypitOto tall'atid ei
melee Alm mortises AI 'st the , itore, , on South' Second
frsef tP ;:lwo doors belt sw aiestanv,r4„.., .
m 7 1 16 * - . . • GEORGE NINZICIp
701oxiBET BO Nil PURSES
maTENONig r'nir 11E—L'
MEW 13101i13 -Frecetvideit
' ,;11KRONIUM*00 1116 Mari:
ki t r kt Lehi- z
11;T,"Acte at i ( aim Masa & MUM.
QALMON.-11 no salt Salmon, at
- I,j avid MUM di MX=
',-' 1 r•-:::,,PRICE ,THREE;;xxisus.::::-„
E ENINg EDITION.
V'r9m the 201st Regiment,
CANt? GOUGH, NEAR. CHAMBERS/ WAG, /.
Septembq 24 1864.
,the gloriona news ,of Sheridan's lampoon
fit tibal: - Early 's - forces at Bunker and;"
Darhsville--the caliture ' of-2,ol) l qolnulies,'
nine' battlezflags and five piecesret Artillery,
was Proclaimed to the 201 et, in the shape of
a dispatch from Gen. Couch to Col; Awl, at
dress Parade histevening. The news electri
fied 'us all, andi although we had to restraih
our feelings while on duty, we gave vent:to
wary in shouts and huzzas that almost rent ,
it 'Onietitrning to el= quarters.
4 - d Early's' force been successful in
the attempt to cross the Potomaeonce more,
and 'again made their appearance in the CuM-.
Berland.Valley, there would have been hot
work for the '2olst'and 202 d regiMents 1 and
many of the men now. "alive and kicking" in
the Department of the Susquehanna would, in
all probability, have had a ,chance. to
death ,on ,the battle-field=to; win 'bright
laureli for their brow""Oi t take a' journey to
"that ~ .bourne from whence no traveler re
tarot ", r; , . • ': ' " • _ -:
Admitting that there are many good sot
diets attached to the 201st regiment—some
veterans - and others who served in the nine
zeonthS' service—yet I take upon myself the
respbrisibility to say, it iatar preferable that
our particular fries:Li:El, the Johnnies did not
pay us a flying ' visit 'at this for
the sitnple-retwon that , thci(l'ortger they "let
us alone,!! the better we shall be prepared to
" pitch into them" when they do come ; ! And
We canassuie our numerous friends at home
that if, in 'the course of (in)human events,
these =thieving d—ls show themselves again
in our. Department, we will shout the watch::
'word "up guards and at them!" and our bat
tle-cry shall be not " Remember Paoli," but
tlternember CilaMbersbity ' This, permit.
me to asstrel'yoti t find feeling that
pervades the entire regiment. • •
noon,'Ate to-day, the Keystone 33atteri,'
Captain _ Ilastirigs, was brought into Camp.
Couch,wad•a salute of 36 grins, in honor of
Sheridan's recent victory, was fired from the
centre of our parade. ground. The guns
of the battery' were worked with skill
and ` precision, • .at intervals bf..'abbut
ten seconds, and the firing
. attracted, an im
mense Crowd from both regiments to witness
the creditable and efficient practice of Capt.
Hastings' men. From pedestrians coming
down the valley, afterwards, I learned that
'note few of the comers and..ethers west and
sOntli - of this point,.. wns' heard the Sward,
werelConSiderably frightened, and' no doubt
imas.'edtlisit our forces here at Oamp Couch ,
were pitehing into the rebs,', - ,with might and
TlM l l,tAthough there is no "enemy, known, to
fuk;:n.t* of the POtomac.
Tliereare - httl'W number of cases Of
nese thhilititipital at CamplCkinch that le.;
quire prempt:niedical attendance. ',Dr. , ,Weg
miseller and his two assistants leave nqpidng
undone, , far as , prompt medical .
'treatment and an' 4- etiensive experieiie
is . concerned, to alleviate the = sufferings
of their! patients. I noticed, to-day, seve
ral 'Harrisburg ladies, of high xespecta
bility; (Dire: Mts. CaPt.=snit Nara:
W—,) like ministering angeli, in' the. hos
pital tent, "whispering worcis; of Cheer,"
tending,to the wants of sick: 4 . and making
.theni,selves useful in a Ipuldreii ways. 21ese
ladiea came here tO .visit their friends Int
with - trite womanly' devotion, and heattii
overflowing with sympathy for . thbse
11a . 00 no friend., or•relative„near, whose gentle,
hinds shonW•press the fevered brow; or cool
the parched lips-Lthey assumed the part - of
true-hearted patriotic women;: and they will
assuredly receive their reward, at some fu
e'day—as they now receive the b essings
of the sick to whom, =gel-like; they daily
iffininister in many ways. -
At the request of a friend, T 'state the' fact
that, there are many things needed in the hos
pital, for the sick, whiehatis utterly izapossi
tile for the Surgeon to supply. Those of the
good citizens of ; Harrisburg, who take an in
terest in the welfare of the regiment, and who
are willing'to aid the sick tute . aftlieted, 'with
'ing such.as; drawers,. stockings, itc., and any
:description of bed-clothing, pillows, spare
niuslins, Sm., can leave them. with Mrs. C.
Sliriver, east State street, Harrisburg, Pa.—
'Mrs. S. will pack and forward a box of hospi
tal stores, .on Monday next, to beinunediately
forwarded to Omnp:!ouch, for the exclusive
use of the sick of the 201st regiment. Ihope
'this appeal: to, the christiam , patriotic , and ,i,lll-
:mane . portion - of the -citizens 'of .blarrieburg
andricutityis nOt made in vain. • "
Company 13, Captain ille..Canoll, _left camp
. (Lieut. Bell emximanding);h afternocm, -
and proceeded to Chambersburg. 'They were.
escorted to the 'public road by, the regimental
band, to the tune of "Pop goes' the Weasel!"
Whether they are to remsun atChambusburg,
or are to go elsewhere, I am notatA to ;state.
As there area number of. itif:}trAtts placed
around camp, the wives of soldiers and others
visiting, have quite a time to get to the neigh
boring farm houses to quarter for the night.
The men are obliged to_'.` ; Stodge" or "flank
the pickets, as they term it, undone man, be
longing to company I, said he stumbled
through a corn-field for two hours last night,
and always came round to thmstarting point.
Finally, about midnight, he found the house,
with many scratches on his person, caused;
(in his words) by "breaking his neck over
Sergeants V • Martin, Samuel Ntuaeraaker,
J. Corporal H. Swartz and a' aw others
that own a fancy " shebang," kiiowte asi the
"Hotel De Wax," request me to say to their
Call-around to see us at' Any time
you visit Clunp Couch—bill of fare-:-flard-;
tack and Coffee for breakfast; soup, witlione
bean to the pint,, for dipper ; and coffee and
hard-tack fog: supper. , Occasionally • flitch,
-sweet, potstoris and chicken, fried in one, pan.
, •More anon
The ,V. ate in YorkElCospita
DUB Pt* -4 4 . 1 1tfur publication of the. 'gob,
Tote .:it the ui- $ .. - ,Bbsibital here - is igeor.,
rect. ' The following is correct : " - :4-
Whole w hmter:
:For Liao obi . ; 12 , t0
1 4 or 21'0 lellau 368
Majority for Lincoln... 872
ST ',:A r.., lii I 6---,- - Ifiet-f
1111 'till • ' la ' ' I
~i y a i liTt ek e i n AII,T 221.Baitiit. ".
TheXtittOwing are the rates Ay advertishgr, in the Tam-
OWN. Those having adnetialag-00410-n4ll 005 It gan
nets* for reference: . 4 -- ',A ,_,'" ~.._ '
. W Four lines or law cOnstilinte one-nau square
Eight lines, or more than four, cgatpte s6q6hre.
rot 5 aux seem*. • i .. I t ojrsitateasts•
One dny...... ...... .$ 80 One k $ 60
Twoothye .. 50 -Tw o. s.: z ..... .. .: . 100
Three days 75 Three days_ t . ..... 1 2.5
One week 125 One vheek,.,....... - 2.25
One Month 800 One month 600
Teo ntonths. 4. 50 Taio.months 9 00
Th ree ! m o n ths__ _ 5 50 Three rathithec;:-. .. .. 11 00
Six. months.... ....... 800 Six m0nth,,.,„.; —l5 00 - -
One year ” -, ' ' .:15 is. One year:... :. ... .:.25 dr ...,-
....Msaiiiistration Notices 2 75
Ramage Notices --
Funeral Notices, each ins
' ' *II Business notices h
lean; Marriages and --
'IMPORTANT REPORT FROM GEORGIA,
Goy. 'Brown and Vice Pr6sident Stephens AiL
• an Interview with Sharman.
A private dispatch from Cincibnati states
that pews has been received theres that Gov
ernor Brown, of Georgia, tutid - TioelPresident.
Stephens have asked General Sherman to
grant them an interview, aria that he has con
This is confirmatory of the following die
patch, which appears in the Richmond papers
114 cow, Sept. 17--Rumors are rife - to-day
That General Sherman has sent an inforinal
request to Governor. Brown,Nice President
Stephens and IL V. Johnsen, to cora - to At-'
tante and confer with hen on the subject of
U. S. Gamow, HQBPITAL,
CAMP DENnzson, Sept. 18, 1864.
I will give you a list of votes caatin" tte
cars on my trip out here from Harriliburg to
Pittsburg, • In one car the vote - stoed:.as fol.
For Linc.n 32
Froni Pittsburg to Crestline, for Lincoln...lo#
di di McClellan 49
" Freniont. 1
" " " Scattering, .. 4
From Crestliite to Columbus, for Lincoln.. 5.9
I " -r " " 50
" • ' " " " frpnicint.. 2
.. • 16 .
From Columbus to Qamp, for Lirictiltt.. 61
"• " Dicelellag•42
" " Fremont-. 3
GEORGE 111. ,RERR.
.FOR RATS, MICR, ROACHES, ANTS RED=ReOR
-FARAS, MOTHS IN FURS, WOOL&NSi MRCVS'
.OH PLAIVTS, FOWLS, ANIMA 4s, etc. _
Sold by all Druggists everywhere.
sat! l 1 Hawses I I. 1 of all worthless imitation.
air" Costar's Depot, No. 482 Broadtray,,N;Y: , , , :
girSold by - D. W. GKOSS k CO.,
Wholesale tood - retail agents,
And Ilion Druggists in Harrisburg, Psi EjelOitaistAn -
TN:the Common 'Bois of Dauphin County
Joseph Welker and Susanna,
as Welker, 'I
• ilia wife, now for 1128 of Daniel I • No. 17.
-.Keiser. 1 August Term,,lBB4
Von .. Ex.
f Solomon Londensiager.
TWO undersigned, auditor, appointed by the Court of
Common Pleas ot Dauphin county, to dh.tribete , the
money made by the Sheriff en xbeabeve Stated
ensild to the duties of hig appointinept at hii'othce iii
Harrisburg, on Friday, the a4th day of October neat. at
10 o'clock, A. S., when and. wham all .pariles interested
are notified to appear. RALPH L MACLAY, • -
fePl9-Staw2w] ; Auditor.
is ordered by the Court th , t all persons
having claims, by lien : or otherwise, against any or
the gums of money assessed a s" damages done by oPenirit
the streets in the city of Harrisburg, or having adverse '
claims to the properly injured, make the same known by
: petition or otherwise to the Court of Quarter Seeitiiias on
or before the first day of next term, at which time the
mousy, when the sasessitient is otherw%e legal, will be
awarded lo the parties named in. the :rewiring:owners of
the property. Aid, also, that all exceptions to the r port
of the viewers be Sled on or before Pik . *s..t: day of Nevem
-her next. By order : of the Court. ,
• sep2-dataw-4wl J.C. YOUNG, Clerk.
Corpozal company I.
_: ~::: ~ tea_.—... __ ~...a,.~
.. . .
• in the Local Coitcpirs, pr
MOOT CENTS PIA Lin for
• •, e
NEW ADV ERTLSE 4EZI
it "COSTAR'S" =TESMINATOES.,
kne l it ilcaL MlN TOR& •
1311WAR'3 . VOICERMINATOBS. •
"15 . years established In N. Y. air" . ..
"Only infallible remedies known." .
,••• "Free Moir Polions. ,, • •-• • •
• • •"Not dangerous to the Min= Iramity.."
"Rats come ont of their.holes to die. "
Brown's Baby, Tender.
A' VERTICAL AND NOTsvmss SPRIN4
;CAI CRADLE —vainly converted into a
HIGH-OHAIH i4UMPEA BABYHOMEORSB,:III.4IBY-WALSICH,
i IRN .O R ,
HOBBY--H ' '
4Mugs dmhgnetito relieve klothrts, Mlnfort and amuse
:101 . 11, obviate the evils of rocking thew, and save the
of a Nurse. Its maim:vie' tierfictil 'healthy and
Ohatraing,. • Price $2O to $36.: Send for iilleateored circu
lar. BROWN & CO., 483 Nrilitivniy; N. Y.
itorr An enterprising Agent wanted for !Marbling.
. . sinrs-lnigod . , . .
.. . :
NOTICE. . •
.ETTERS TESTAMEIiTAIIX on the estate
of John Allen; deed, late offitlrquehanita townikap,
Datinhin county, Pennsylvania:, hating been granted to
the undersigned, notice thereot is hereby given. All per
sona having claims or demands against the estate of the
said decedent are requested to matte known the, same,
without delay, and those who are indebted to said estate
are requested to make Immediate earnest
ang23-dowaeto !Wilt STAHL, Administrator
H;: C .- .4) Xi T.U.,'.
i leacher of: ike Piano, AI 101aon„: Virdin.and
. . ..
No. 15, THIRD 121TRIODF, DRUM MARKRT.
ORISSE & BLAMMLL'S ENGLISH
. 3 normas, - ram i iaFi a us( rette!ved
and for isle by • .13111SLUretp: -- •
(ruomosorolo POck, 4r,
/UST ARRIVED!,A Bne lot of CAIMAD
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