Daily patriot and union. (Harrisburg, Pa.) 1858-1868, November 06, 1860, Image 3

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    1 GOAL NEWS.
Tm: DAILY anor up UNION may be had at
Jack's Book Store, comer of Third and Market
streets.
P 41310- np [mom—The DAILY Puma? um
UNION can be had by Dauphin subscribers, évery
morning, at the periodicnl store of J. S. FRAIM.
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Tm: Union Prayer Meeting will be held in the
Presbyterian Church, on Market Square, this after
noon, at 4 o’clock, as usual.
Sauna—The weather has settled at last, and
we had a. glorious day of bright sunshine yester
day, and infill human probability will have the
same to-day. The long-iooked for Indian Summer
must. be at hand.
FUflBAL.—Thc funeral of J oshuu Faekler will
take place at half-past. (we o'clock this afternoon.
The Hope Fire Company, of which Mr. F. was a
member, will attend in a dey, and "delegations
from other fire companies wiil also participate.
Armor“ Bonmms.—on Sunday evening, he-
Ween 9 and 9 o’clock, there was a brilliant display
of the Northern lights. The rigs difi‘ered materi
ally from those last witnessed, as on this occasion
they were completely white, without a red tinge
about them.
Emgunn Upox ms Dumas—lssac S. Water-
bury, Esq., the newly appointod Chief of Police,
entered upon _thc diScbargo of his oflicial duties
,gstorday morning. Everybody predicts that Mr.
5 W. will make arm-y energetic officer, and we hope
E nobody will be disappointed in their expectations.
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1113: xx ms mum—The late rains brought the
river up oomiderably. On Sunday it rose full five
feet. On Saturday, Sunday and Monday morning
thcre were acres of wild ducks on the river, and
yet we did not. hear of any considerable number of
them being shot.
Prmmns.—The Supervisor gave his undivided
attention yesterday morning to Third street, be
tween Market and Walnut. By nine o’clock he had
up some thirty pyramids of mun of various sizes,
and still the diminution of the nticle in the
streets was nothing to brag of. Neverthelgss we
are thankful for what has been removed.
THE 031»: Snssmx Manama—« The proposed one
session per day in the public schools of Philadel
phia has been overwhelmingly defeated, as appears
by the returns received from the several boards
at. tho Controller’s oflice. Nineteen out of the
twentyionr sections havo‘ instructed their control
ler’s to vote against i 5. .
The season for making lit-ant is at hand, and many
of our German fellow-citizens are now engaged in
putting up that delightful winter luxui-y. Bauer
ham, and spec is considered “some” among th°
people of Pennsylvania, and all who have ever
tasted it will admit that it is not bad to take—aa—
pecially if one has been properly “edicated.”
Run Ovzfi—A. Dogg, well known to many of
our citizens, was run our and almost instantly
killed, opposite Pike’s tavern last week. He was a
bone polisher by occupation, and was engaged in
his caning when he mot his death. Sich is life .
Venango Spectator.
We should rather suppose that sic]: is death when
A. Dogg goes to ye bow wows !‘
(he Comm“ Enncrlox.—At an election held
yesterday afternoon, the following gentlemen were
elected Director: and oificers of the Gas Company
for the ensuing year :—Valentine Hummel, Sn, A.
Patterson, W. W. Rutherford, Geo. S. Kemblei
Wm. Dock, President; Wm. T. Bishop, Treasurer;
Geo. Bergner, Secretary.
Tnamramxa 'ro Oct—Philip Weaver was a. lit_
ale obfudulated yesterday, and undertook to raise
Cain promiscuously. He made several attempts to
cnthie son with a knife, and refused to allow nim
aelf to be peaceably taken by oflicer Fleck—where
upon the oflicer was under the necessity of knock
ing him down before he could take him. Alder
man Pefi'er gave Philip a hearing, and adjudged
him a cell in the Walnut Street Asylum, where the
knife cannot be used to any advantage.
szenm.—-There is no remedy so well adapted
to the removal of chronic irritation of the stomach,
and inactivity of the liver, as the frazerin. I have
known one grain, taken three times a. day, to give
immediate relief, after the patient had taken blue
pill and other remedies for years without benefit.
The ban method of using it is to trit-urate thirty
grains of the frazerin in four ounces of neutralizing
mixture, and give one tenspoonful three times a
day, one half hour before meals.
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Bunions are inflamed burst», which are bag
plneed over the prominent joints to protect them
from pressure. They occur chiefly over that of the
great too, and are exceedingly painful. The best
application for In inflamed bunion is In evapora
ting lotion 0f wovd~vineslr, spirits and water, used
hot, renting the foot, nnd keeping it elevated.—
When the inflammation in reduced, apply a piece
of leather spread with a. plaster of ammoniacum,
and keep it on for some weeks, renewing it if ne
canary.
Dunn or J 05110; FACKLER.—We are pinned to
announce the sudden demise of J oehua Fackler,
engineer at the City Water Works—a, position be
his filled for several years, and to which he was
only rte-elected some two or three weeks ago. Mr.
K, we presume, was a native of this mace—at
least. he figured in politics here twenty-five years
ago. He was sick but a week, and died of inflam
mation of the bowels. He was about fifty years of
age, and leaves a large family to mourn his loss.
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In TOWN.-—llou. Charles Kath-ix]: t, the British
Consul at Philadelphia, was in town several days
lut week, stopping at the Booklet Home, and left
for home yesterday morning. He came up with
his Mouton for a. few days shooting. and in com
puy with several of our citizens, he gave the
porn-ids" over the river, and up the river, a. taste
of his qualties as a marksman. The Consul is not
only . good shot, but he appears to us very much
of I gentleman—plain and unassuming—and quite
a contrast to some of the English snobs who occa~
aionally find their way here. ‘
A Fm]: Pulsar—Council, on Saturday evening
tnok the initiator, atepa toward forming a fire 110:
has to‘profect property from theft and wanton de
gmefnon In case of fires. Council appeared to be
unammorfsly in favor of some measure of the kind
but th. Elfliculty ‘PPeared to be to hit upon a plan.
to orgnnfge 51101! =1 Puliea force, and under whose
mpenmlo! 01' control it shall be when orvanized
We presume by the next meeting the cornmittoe
will have had 811011 consultations as will enable
them to organize an efectiva force, with p‘ain in
strucfions'as to its duties. ‘ -
Fonlsunmm.—At lengthjve are gratified to
say that Council is about movmg in a determined
manner to put a. check to forestalling- This is em
inenuy proper, for we have suffered by it without
knowing it. We are compelled to pay enough
when we get from first hands, but to be compelled
to pay an additional profit to middle-men who stand
between the producer and consumer is a rescally
immeition. We have done it, because the market
mute! has so much to do that the sharper-s have
been enabled to elude his vigilance. But if some
of “I"! do not keep their eyes peeled for the future
they will wish they had.
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' Tun Manner Hanan—By the report of the
market master it appears that the gross revenue
derived from market taxes laetyeor, including both
houses and eide-wnlkl, amounts to $3,985. This
will be augmented some, as a number of passages
have been boarded up to make butcher Stalls, and
others have erected temporary stands in the street.
who will also be compelled to pay tax, although a”
the accommodation they receive is the ground “P 0“
which they stand, and the revenue for the PIE-W“
year at the advanced rates will probably reach
$4,200. '
Some of those who aré exceedingly wise in their
own estimation will no doubt consider this amount,
the simple interest of $570,000, as a very handsome
income for the city; and yet a simple army of
facts must convince every one that by the present
system the city is making a great deal less money
than if better arrangements were made. and a. more
liberal policy pursued. In Philadelphia the mar
kets have passed out of municipal control, and are
now in the hands of incorporated companies. Many
of those companies have erected costly buildings,
i and yet the premiums derived for the choice stalls
i and stands ban in some instances been nearly suf
! fieient to Pay 1131 f the cost. of their erection, and it
is impossible to-buy any stock in any of these mar
ket houses eligibly situated. Now, who-n holds
good in a. large city ought, in a. great measure, to
hold good in a small city.
If our ciiy is determined to hold on to the rero~
nues arising from the market—as it is no doubt
justified in doing in its largely indebted condition—
it might largely increase this ruenue and at the
some time afi'ord something like ac‘comodazion to
the people.
Some years nadir: the Diamond of Pittsburg,
which is very little, if any larger than Market
Square in this city, they bad old sheds for market
houses. The people protested against them for
years, until the question was carried to the polls,
and a majority of Councilmen elected favorable to
the erection of new market—houses. Two two—
story brick buildings were put upw-one for a meet
market—another for a fish-market—the lip—stairs
of one is rented out for the sale of miscellaneous
articles, and the other is a. large city hall, for balls,
concerts, lectures and public meetings. Since the
erection of these buildings the market revenue of
Pittsburg has increased more than fifty per cent.
‘ Now, why could not the same thing be done here,
to the great pecuniary advantage of the city 2’—
Two buildings might be erected on the site of the
present sheds for $50,000. Bonds issued to this
amount would hear interest to the amount of $3,000
per annnm—hnt as the most- cligible stands and
stalls could be disposed of at a premium, the ex
pense of the buildings might be cut down to $45,-
000, making the annual interest $2,700. There
might be in the upper house 100 butcher atolls, 30
of which could be rented at once for $5O each, ma~
king $4,000. The large hell would bring an in
come of $l,OOO per annum. the fish and vegetable
stands 2,000, and the second story of the vegetable
market say $5OO. Here we have a. total of route ]
amounting to $7,000, or $4,800 more than the in- ‘
terest on the bonds, besides what would accrue
from the rent of the sidewalks. ‘
The thing is so palpahly plain that none but the
blindest of old fogies can see that in addition to
all the inconveniences the public are laboring under
at present, the city government is actualiy‘ losing
money by notjnaugurafing a. better market system.
Curses, AND How rnnr ARR Gun—Rome is now
the chief seat of the art of cameo-cutting, two kinds
of which are produced—~thoee cut in hard stone,
and those out in shell. The stones most. valuable
for this purpose are the oriental onyx and the
sardonyxi, provided that they have at least two
difi‘erent colors in parallel layers. The value of the
stone is greatly increased for this purpOse if it has
four or live differently colored parallel layers, ii‘
the layers are so thin as to assist in making the
device of the cameo. For example, a specimen of
1 stone which has four parallel layers may be useful
for a. cameo of Minerva,where the ground would be
dark gray, the face light, the bust and hemlet
black, and the crest over the helmet brown or gray.
All such cameos are wrought by a lepidary’s
lithe, with pOintod instruments of steel, and by
means of diamond dust. Shell cameos are cut from
large shells found on the African and Brazilian
coasts, and“generally show two layers, one white ‘
and the other a pale coffee color or deep reddish 1
orange. The subjectie cut with small steel chisels
out of the white portion of the shell. Shells
gdaptetl for cameo-cutting are dense, thick, and
consist nsnclly of three layers of differently colored
shell material. In one variety of these shells each
layer is composed of very many thin plates, that is,
is laminated, the laminae being perpendicular to
the plane of the main layer, and each lamina. eon
sieting of a series of' elongated prismatic cells, ad
herent to their long sides. The lamina of the
outer and inner layers are parallel to the lines of
growth, while those of the middle layer are at
right angles to them. In another variety, known
as the cowries, there is an additional layer, which
is a duplicate of the naoreous layer formed when
the animal has attained its full growth.
l Psnxsravssm RAILROAD—For good and sufli
" oient reason, the Pennsylvania Railroad Company
have withheld the publication of the business of
the road for some months past, but it is not because
the return is less favorable to the company than
are the regularly published reports of rival lines.
The Pittshnrg Chronicle, in alluding to the freight
business done over the road just now, says “ it is
large beyond all precedent—so large, indeed, that
but for the extraordinary resources and facilities
of the company the line would be wholly unequal
to its accommodation. From Pittsburg about four
teen thousand tons of freight were shipped East
last week. This was the heaviest week's business
ever done in the Western division, yet the indica
tions are that the trafio for the current week will
exceed it by at least one thousand tons. The bus
tle and activity that prevail at the different depots
are astonishing- Two hundred and thirty -l‘onr ears
were loaded every day last week ; yet, so admire
ble were the arrangements that no delay nor dis
order whatever oocurred. Everything moved like
clockwork, and the whole fourteen thousand tons
were shipped with a dispatch and regularity that
were really astonishing. The road now, for good
and cogent reasons, does not publish a monthly re- 3
port; but when, at the annual meeting, the returns ‘
of its earnings are exhibited, it will be found that
its receipts for the last month will far exceed those
of any other line of the same length in the United
States.”
MC:ZEICE
A BALD-HEADED llnsnun.—-“Just. take a mag
nifying glass, ducky, and see if there’s any young
hairs mam-outing. I’ve just finished the aevemh
bottle of restorative, and worn out three hair
brushes rubbing it in.” Wife—“ Goodness gra
cious, Nicodemus, there ain’t no more hair on your
head than there is on the cover of an 02d copper
tea-kettle."
The catch of codfish at Labnfior, and along the
west of Newfoundland, it in mid, will this year
fell much below the avenge. ‘
The Black Republican national executive Com,
mittee, having concluded that Lincoln ie bound to
be elected, now urge their friend: to look out and
secure} Congrese favorable to hie adminiltmtion.
§°§§l§ppoilnted these committee-men would feel
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efter All! a:1 should not happen to be elected
J ohn Schwartz an Am 1 - ° ‘ '
. ,_ .. p oyee m the Cmcmneh
fi;‘;fi:‘;’§t“;¥lilm was killed on Tuesday by the
, h: 925.0113 m ‘ ' ‘
him in the side. of 0 pm" cmkmg
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LETTER FIE 0M HOLLIDA I’SB URG.
Correspondence of the Patriot and Union
Hommu'snuna, Nov. 5, 1860-
Mn. Em’ron:-Below I give you a. few items
which you can publinh if you see proper:
D. W. Moore, special agent of the Post Office
Department, on Saturday last arrested John A.
M’Connell, Assistant Postmaster at; Newry, Blair
county, Pm, on the; chargo of robbingttbe mail—-
He was taken to Hollidaysburg, had a. hearing be
fore Justice Barley, who remanded him to answer
the charge at the next session of the United States
District Court for the Western District of Pennsyl
vania, which meets, I believe, in Pmsburg, in “l 0
month of Deoembcf next. In default of bail he
was committed to prison to await tho orders of “10
Marsha] fur the district. This is truly an unfortu
nate occurrénco, as his parents and connect-ions
are among the most- respectable citizens of the
county.
A little child of Peter Striclker, aged between 2
and 3 yearsmns sevoroly burned by its clothes ta
king fire on Sunday morning, whilst its mother
was temporarily absent. from the house. The lit
tle sufferer had on a cotton night-slip, which took
fire, it is believed, from its tho close proximity to 3
red-hot egg stove. Death relieved it, of its sufi'er
ings on the ammo afternoon.
The blue or yellow Juniutu, as it was on Sutur
day, was quite ustream. We have had wet weather
for the last week. On Friday night and Saturday
morning it. fell in‘torronts. About 5 o’clock, Sat
urday morning, the river commenced rising, and
had risen before 10 o’clock even with the tops of
the nrchos on the viaduct. Logs, fence rails, posts,
pumpkins, £70., went down the stream With a per—
feet looseness, as you may readily imuginc.~
Gayaport was in commotion. They expected a
second edition of 1838. It continued rising until
12 o’clock, when it kept at a stand {or some time,
and thoufoll slowly until night—the wind changed
to the north, and blew cold. As is is we have a.
fine big river yet.
The Democracy hero will generally vote the
Reading Electoral ticket. Few there are who will
vote for Lincoln indirectly, as all do who vote
the bogus, self-made abortion. The Douglasitcs
claim to be great stioklers for regularity. They
will he put to the test on Tuesday.
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Snconn WAnn.—The Telegraph of yes terdey made
a mostnngenerous attack upon Mr. Benford, the pro
prietor of Herr’s Hotel. The ground for this attack
may be inferred from the following : Provision was
made to hold the oloction for the Second ward at
Kerr’s Hotel during the building of the Court
House. At the October election Mr. Benford was
at considerable expense in removing his carpets
and furniture, placing matting upon the floor, 4:43.,
and also for gas consumed. For this be naked for
compensation, and the County Commissioners, by
direction of their Attorney,‘refnsed to pay it. On the
well-known presumption thata man’s house is his
castle, Mr. Bot-ford declared that the election
should not be held at his house, which he was clearly
justified by every rule of right to do, hence the
coarse attack upon him in the Telegraph. We ere
not much acquainted with Mr. Benfonl further
than that he is a gentlemen, and knows how to
keep a. hotel, and every right-minded man will
give him credit for having the manly independence
to stand up for his rights. He knew them. and
like an honest man dared to maintain them. The
commissioners found out their mistake, and. agreed
yesterday afternoon to pay Mr. Benford all ex- ‘
penses, so that the election will be held at the ‘
same window it was held at in October, and not on ‘
the side-walk, as maliciously stated in the Telegraph
last. evening. J
Tm.- INAUG un.\nox.—-At a. meeting of the officers
of the Fifth Division Pennsylvania Volunteers, held
at the European Housa on Monday evening, No
vember sth, 1360, Major General W. H. Keim was
chosen Chairman, and Major John W. Brown St:-
cretary.
On motion, Major General Keim was requested
to issue an order to the Fifth Division Pennsylva
nia. Volunteers to parade at the inauguration of
Governor Curtin, and invite the military of the
State to participate.
On motion, a committee of three was appointed
to make the necessary arrangements. The com
mlttee are Brig. Gen. E. C. Williams, 00!. T. J.
Jordan, and 001. J. D. Daugherty.
On motion, the meeting adjourned to meet at the
call of the Chairman. Jens W. Bnowx, Sec’y.
A Lou!) FAME—Yesterday three oar—loads of
soldiers belonging to the regular army took their
departure for the weet, via the Pennsylunin. rail
road. Most of them go to Texas as their final
stopping place. They came from Carlisle here in
the forenoon, and while waiting for the train at. the
depot they became exceedingly boisterous, several
of them, in their own emphatic language, making
“Rome howl!” Their spirits will probably not he
so"t~remenjm” when coined down by the Item
reamiel of camp life.
A N mumm—Complaint was lodged at the
Mayor’s eflice yesterday morning against a man in
the Sixth. ward for maintaining a nuisance in the
shape of a bone-boiling establishment. We can
“phnncy the phelinx” of a man compelled to sub
mit to the odoruus fumigation of an establishment
of this kind, especially if it is doing a thrifty buei
noes in decayed horses and cattle ! A bone-boiling
establishment should not be permitted to .exiet
within the city limits, or It least not in the imme
diate vicinity of human habitations.
FALSE Pnnrnxcns.—John Kanago was brought
before Alderman Kline yesterday on a charge of
having obtained from Cornelius Shriver, on the
20th nlt., a coat, pnntnloons and vast under false
pretenees. After accomplishing the feat. of diddling
Mr. Shrivor, John went to Carlisle and enlisted in
the army. Yesterday he come to town in oompnny
with n detachment of Uncle Sam’s men, on his way
to the Texan frontier, when Fleck nabbed him,
even with his war harness upon him—the inevita
ble “long-tailed blue.” John was sent to jail to
stand his trial. In quodhis sphere of action will
be much more limited than on the boundless prai
ries of the south-west.
Aunxnox Mom“- Vl:nNoN.—The members of the
Mount Vernon Hook and Ladder Company will
meet at their hall this (Tuesday) afternoon at 2
o’clock, to attend the funeral of Joshua. Fackler,
late a. member of the Hope Fire Company.
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Raven—The members of the Citizen Fire Com
pany will meet at. their engine house today, at 1
o’clock, to attend the funeral of Joshua. Fackler,
late a member of the Hope Fire Company.
Wonm Ksomxu.—Tha.t Brownold 8‘; Sam, 001'-
nor of Market and Second streets, sell linen hand
kerchief: at. 61, worth 121: cents; Ghenil scarf: at
25 ctm, worth double ; gent’s pure linen handker
chiofa, 25 m., worth 50 cents; aplandld levy cali—
ooos d 10 cents; hemp carpet, 20 «5., worth 31;
half wool carpet In 25, worth 371}; all wool, 50355,
worth 62; Ind 75 cents; o. grant assortment of
glovel Ind Hosiery ; floor all cloth at. 37?:a44, worth
501162 eta. Blonds, Nubian, children’s hoods, mul
lins, m., to" £30.; and, best of all, double Brooke
shawls at only $7 00, worth $l4 00. All these and
many othor bargains to be had at Brownold's chelp
cox-nor, Market and Second streets, Wyeth's build.
1123, opposile Jones House. 806-d2wl‘
l Pumuzma ernns.—A correspondent of the
London Meakanico' Magaza'na gives the following
receipt for preventing; rifles rusting in tho interior
of the' barrels: “If nitro muriate of platina be
mixed with one-fourth of its bulk of ether, and the
mixture then allowed to settle, the platina solution
will fall to the bottom, when the lightcrliquid may
be Poured 011‘. The platina solution is then poured
into a well—cleaned rifle barre], when a. galvanic
action quickly take: place, and a. thin coat of pla
tina is deposited upon the surface of the barrel, and
l prevents it from rusting.” .
va Goonél NEW Goons £~llaving returned
from New York, I have received now a large lot of
gcods, all of which I bought at- auction. One hun
dred pieces of beautiful Set Flower De Laines, the
best quality, which generally sells for 25 cents, m
-20 cents; 50 pieces Unbleached Muslin, the best in
MW“; at 1" (rents; 150 pieces of Cassinctts, Sati
netts and Cassixncres, from 25 cents up to $1 2!) a.
yard; 25 pieces of White Flannel, cotton mixed, at.
15 cents; 25 dozen of White Merino Stockings at.
15 cents; 50 doan of Gent’s Wool Socks, 20 cents
a pair; 10 dozen Gent’s All-Linea Pocket, Hand
kerchiefs with Colored Borders, very fine, 31
cents; good Merino Underslxirts and Drawers, at 65
and ‘75 Cents a piece. A lot of beautiful Traveling
Basket-s. Best Calicoes, 10 cents, warranted fast.
colors.
Please call at Lawry’s, at the old stand of John
Rhoada, Esq., daceased. tf.
fa: Emit 85 an fiéfif:
RARE CHANGE FOR IN VESMEN 'l‘.
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VALUABLE HOTEL PROPERTY
IN THE CITY OF HARRISBURG.
13:53; well-known and valuable hotel property known
as e
“SUSQUEHANNA H‘OUSE,”
now in the occupancy of Wm. Mocherman, situate on
the east end of Mullet street, and immediatelyopposite
the Pennsylvania Railroad Depot, will be ofl’ered at
PRIVATE SALE until the 4th of December next, and
if not sold before that time, will be put up at Public
Auction on that day.
This is the most desirable property in the cityof Har
risburg for hotel business. Its proximity to the Penn
sylvania Railroad Depot, and the depot of all the rail
roads centrelng at Harrisburg, makes it more convenient
and accessible to the traveling public than any other
Hotel in the city.
Further information in regard to this property and as
to the terms of sale, may be had by applying to
WM. H. MILLER Attorney-nt-Law,
North corner Market Square, (Wyeth’s Building,) second
story front. oth-dvats
NOTICE TO SPE CULATORS 1
YALUABLE BUILDING LOTS FOR. SALE!
A number of large size BUILDING LOTS, adjoining
the Round House and Work Shops of the Pennsylvania
Railroad Company, will be sold low and on reasonable
terms. Apply to auZB-dfim JOHN W . HALL.
NOTICE—A parochial residence being
about to be erected with St. Patrick-’3 Church, the
Rev. P. Mahal- ofi'ers for sale the place wherein he re
sides. Application to Rev P . MAKER or Major BRADY.
May 3, 1860.—my4-dtf
FOR R “INT—A Commodxous Two-Story
DWELLING HOUSE, Sn Second street 7 below Pine,)
with wide Hell, large Bee Building, Marble Mantels in
‘Pariors, Gas in six rooms, all the room: just papered and
painted. The second story divided into _seven rooms,
am- of which is a Bath. This, in connection with the fact
that the house has just been placed in the most thorough
repair, makes it one of the most desirable houses in the
city. Enquire of E. M. POLLOCK,
mp 1!) Market Square, Harrisburg.
FOR SALE—A Vacant Lot of Ground,
situated in the borough of Hurinburg, adjoining the
corner lot of the northwest corner of Second and State
streets. The lot has a. front of 56 feet. For particulars
enquire of [jan2o-dtt‘] I|}. 0. WILLIAMS.
F 0 R RE N T—Two BRICK TWO
STORY HOUSES on Pine street, between Second
mud Third; also, Ma's~ Cline’s COTTAGE and savers]
FRAME HOUSES. Enquire of , ,
MRS. MURRAY,
Egg-1e: 91’ Second and Pine streets
jail-4m
F 0 I'l SA L E—Une Teamstel’s Wagon,
two Coal Carts, one large Cart, suitable for farming
purposes. Apply to
myls JAMES M. WHEELER.
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ADVANTAGES WHICH READY
CASH PRESENTS, I OFFER ALL
GOODS AT 10 PER CENT. CHEAPER
THAN ANY OTHER HOUSES
CHAS. S. SEGELBAUM.
P. S.—HAVING SECURED
A FIRST RATE CUTTER AND TAILOR,
I AM NOW READY TO MAKE
CLOTHING TO ORDER IN THE
MOST FASHIONABLE STYLE.
I WARRANT A FIT OR NO SALE.
061 P-d in
INSTRUCTION IN MUSIC.
I'. W . WEBER, nephew and taught by the well re
membersd late 1.“. W. Weber, of Harrisburg, is prepared
to give lessons in music upon the PIANO, VIOLIN
cELLQ, VIOLIN and FLUTE. He will give lessens at
his residence, corner of Locust street and River alley
or at the homes of pupils. “2546 a:
JUST RECEIVED!
1111 K FOUNTAIN! INK FOUNTAIN!
A. V 1!!! luggnious attachment to any metallic pen, by
wind; one dap of ink is suflicient to write a foulaunp
page. For sale at BOEEFFEB’S BOOKSTORE,
up!) No. 18 Mnrket at
Y KENS VALLEY NUT COAL.—
Just received afnll supply of s. M. 0098 LYKENS
VALLEY NUT min. For sale by
NUT JAMES M. WHEELER
DR I. ED APPLES AND DRIED
PEACHES for sale by
ootl9 WM. no, .13., c.
W EDDING
_ SOHEFFER'E Bookstore.
K ELLER’S DRUG STORE is the place
tr: ".V Domestic Medicines
KE LLER’S DRUG STORE is the place
to find the beat unarmed: 0! Ports Monmim.
I=l
TO
TO
filehiml.
mum
Has. WINSLow,
An experienced Nurse and Female Physician, Wasp-nl3
to the attention of mothers, her
SOOT MIL” PU P,
FOR CHILDRERT TEETHIN G.
which greatly facilitates the process of teething, by
softening the gums, reducing all inflammation—will
allay ALL PAIN and spasmodic action. and is
SURE TO REGULATE TEE BOWELS.
Defend upon it mothers, it will give rest to yourselves,
an
RELIEF AND HEALTH To yOUR mum's
We have put up and sold this article for over ten years,
and CAN SAY, IN CONFIDENCE AND TRUTH of it,
What we have never been able to say of any other medi
cine—NEVEß. HAS IT FAILED, IN A SINGLE IN—
STANCFY, T 0 EFFECT A CURE, when timely mod.
N ever did we know an instance 01‘ dissatisfaction by any
one who used it. On the contrary, all are delighted with
its operations. and speak in terms of commendation or
its magical effects and medical vii-tum. We speak in
this matter ‘1 WHAT WE DO KNOW," after ten years’
experience. AND PLEDGE OUR REPUTATION F 0“
THE FULFILLMENT OF WHAT WE HERE DE
CLARE. In almost every instance where the infant is
sufi‘ering from pain and exhaustion, relief will be found
in fifteen or twenty minutes after the syrup is adminis
ered.
This valuable prepamtinn is the prescription of one of
the most EXPERIENCED and SKILLFUL NURSES in
New England, and has been used with NEVER FAIL
ING SUCCESS in
T HOUSANDS 0F CASES.
It not only relieves the child from pain, but invigo
rates the stomach and bowels, corrects acidity. and
gives tone and energy to the whole system. It will al
most instantly relieve
GRIPING IN THE. BOWELS. AND WIND COLIO,
and overcome convulsionai which, if not speedily reme
died, and in death. We believe it the BEST and SUREST
REMEDY IN THE WORLD, in all cases of DYSEN.
TERY and DIARBHG'IA IN CHILDREN, whether it
arises from teething, or from any other cause. We would
say to every mother who has a. child suffering from any
of the foregoing complaints—Do NOT LET YOUR PRE-
J UDICES, NOB. THE PREJUDIO ES 01‘ OTHERS, stand
between you and your suffering child, and the relief that
will be SURE—yes, ABSOLUTELY SURE—to follow the
use of this medicine, if timely used . Full directions for
using will accomtpany each bottle. None genuine unless
the fao~simile o CURTIS 8.: PERKINS 7 New York, is
on the outside wrapper.
Sold by Druggists throughout the world.
l’Rchu'AL Orrlcn, 13 Conn STREET. New You.
PRICE ONLY 25 CENTS PER. BOTTLE.
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A SH?! BLATIVE
gowcmwaang,
A! 1“
CE Plfiflbo
IRVIBBBATING CDBDIAI.
TO THE CITIZENS OF NEW JERSEY AND
PENNS YL VANIA ,
APOTHBAGRIES, DRUGGISTS, GROCRS AND
P ELK-‘l. T 375. 34.3.4 {LIE S
WOLFE’S PfißE‘bééNAc'isflivni
wi?nmms PURE MADEIRA, SHERRY AND PORT
WOIIFE’S PURE JAMAICA AND ST. cnoxx mm.
wommvs pun): semen AND IRISH wnxsn.
IN BOTTLES
EMI
I beg leave to call the attention of the citizens of the
Umted States to the above WINES and LIQUOES, im
ported by Unouno Wows. of New York, whose name
is familiar in every part of this country for the purity
of his celebrated SCHIEDAM SGHAPPS. Mr. WOLFE, in
his letter to me, speaking of the purity of his WINES
and LXQUORS, says: “I will stake my reputation as a.
man, my standing as a. merchant of thirty years’ reel.
deuce in the City of New York, that all the BRANDY and
WINES which I bottle are pure as imported, and of the
best quality, and can be relied upon by every purchaser. ”
Every bottle has the proprietor’s name on the wax, and
a. me simile of his signature 0n the certificate. The
public are respectfully invited to call and examine for
themselves. For sale atRETAIL by all Apothecarius and
Grocers in Philadelphia. ' A
GEORGE 11. ASHTON,
No. 832 Market street, Philadelphia,
Sole. Agent for Philadelphia.
Read the following from the New York Courier .-
Bsonxovs Busmsss eon one New Yonx Mnncnsxn~
We are happy to inform our fellow-citizens that there is
one place in our city where the physician, apothecary,
and country merchant, can go and purchase pure Wines
and Liquors, as pure as imported, and of the bestquality.
We do not intend to give an elaborate description 01‘ this
merchant’s extensive business, although it will well re
pay any stranger or citizen to visit Uoouno Wonsa’s
extensive warehouse, Nos. 18, 20 and 22, Beaver street
and Nos 17, 19 and 21, Marketfield street. His stock of
Schnapps on hand ready for shipment could not have
been less than thirty thousand cases; the Brandy, some
ten thousand cnses—Vin’gages of 1836 to 1856; and ten
thousand cases or Madeira, slimy and Port Wines,
Scotch and Irish Whisky, Jamaica and St. Groix Bum,
some very old and equal to any in this country. He also
had three large cellars, filled with Brandy, Wines, &c._
in casks, under Custom-House key, ready for bottling.
Mr. Wonm’s sales of Schnapps Inst year amounted to
one hundred and eighty thousand dozen, and we hope in
less than two years he may be equally success! mth
his Brandies and Wines.
His’business merits the patronage of every lover of
his species. Private families who wish pure Wines and
Liquors for medical use should send their orders direct
to Mr. WOLFE, until every Apothecary in the land make
up their minds to discard the poisonous stufi' from their
shelves, and replace it with Wouxfis put-a Wxxss and
Ltqnons.
We understand Mr. Wot. n, for the accommodation of
small dealers in the country, puts up assorted cases .of
Wines and Liquora. Such a. man, and such a. merchant,
should be sustained against his tens of thousands of op
ponents in the United States, who sell nothing but imi
tations, ruinous alike to human health and happiness.
For sale by G. K. KELLER, Druggist, sole agent for
Harrisburg. sepfi—d&w6m
SANFORD'S
LIVER INVIGORATOR
NEVER DEBILITATES.
IT is compounded entirely [tom Gums, and ha
become an estubli-hed fact, a Standard Mediane,known
Ind approved by all tint: ' :have medit,andis new to
sorted to with confidence M -in allthadiseaaesforwhicb
it is recommended.
It has _cured thousands
who had given up all hope:
unsolicited certificates in
The dose must be adapted ‘
individual taking it, and'
toutgenfly on mountain;
Let the dictum: of your!
use of the LIVER IN-
Vill cure Liver Clam-l
tacks, D yup epsi 2,1'
5 II 111 111 e r C 0 mm
ry,Dropsy, Sour‘
C o Iti v eneu, Chol-I
ru MITDIIS, .Choleru}
hence, Jaundi cc.‘
on, and may be used Euc
ry. Family Medi
llE LDAUI-lE, gn
twenty minutes, I
Ipoontulu are takeni
All who use it arm
in in favor. A
inx wunn IN THE MOUTH mm mm mus
onA'ron, AND swunow _nm'n TOGETHER.
Price One ”295%! per Bottle.
SANFO R D ' S
FAMILY
BATHARTIG PILLS.
COMPOUNDED FROM '
Pure Vegetable Eztracte, and put ”P "I. 93“”
Gases, A 27- Tight, and will Imp m any 13137 m
m Family (Jinnah! ' 'lic ””4; u: ‘ gentle b!“
active Camel-tie, which! fl) Inu- WWW“ ‘1" M m
his practice more than! #1 3‘79“” years.
The constantly incl-ear, lung demand from 33050.
who hive long used the, A FALLS, and Eh” latufac
tion which all expressin‘ ,regagd to the): ““7 11“
induced me to place them 0-! Intlnn .the "Nb of ‘ll
TheProfeesionwellknO" fit that Meant c-thmiu
m on different norm“ °‘ “‘° ”"9"-
The FAMILY CA: THARTIC PILL hue,
with due reference to 1:le 0 well establinhed fact, been
compounded from a mie- t! of the pure-1t Vegetable
name, which at 8113' H on every pm.“ weari
menmy was .nd _ere B good and late in all
mwhfl. ethflmifl needed, Inch H De.
1- -n‘em e n l I 01' the m _ Stdmucll, Sleepineu,
Pain; in the Back and Loinl, Cultiva
nes., Pain and Son- 1 non over the whole
body from sudden cold, which frequently, if ne
gleewi, and "l ‘ 10118 n eoump! lever, Lee- a!
Appclnev fl bmlfinl Sen-mien e t Ce In
over “10 ”o'll. ficll- leuneie,nnmm, cl
mm mm Hyman E 4, INFLAMMA’I'ORY me.
BASES, Woman In Ohil‘ den or Adults, Rheum- ‘
fiem, agreat gunmen q or the 31.001: and my
dzueeeeto wluch flesh in heir, too numeral: 00
mentxonmthle edverfiee- 0 meat. Doee,lws
. Prlce Three Dimes.
refieélini) Invigoratm fl hmilylcethuge Pigs :11“
I y rug' gene mdnodwho aeiey e
Tude in ell the Ear: tonne. y,
S. I‘. W S.LNFORD, M. De,
.~ antectnrermd Proprietor, flosflmadwaym. Y,
IJ7-dtwly '
within the last two years
|of relief, as the numsrous
[my possession show.
in: the tempsramentof the
insed in such quantities as
:judgmeat guide you in the
WIGORATOR, and i!
Eplailns, Billi Inn At
;Chronic 7 Diarrhoea,
s]) lai 11 Is, Dysente-
IStomach, H hinnl
lie, Cholera, Chole
llnfanlum, F l azu
{Female W enkn es
eeqefully u an Ordina
cine. It will cure SICK
thousands can testify ) in
4w. or three fed
gat commencement of It
N
E
3 [giving their testimony
13mm of 61mm:
PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD.
gm
FIVE TRAINS DAILY T 0 85 FROM PHILADELPHIA.
The Bridge at Couewago having been rte-built, the
Passenger Twins of the Punnsylvnuialiuilroad Company:
will resume their former route. 011 and after
MONDAY, OCTOBER 15m, 18%,
they will (la-part from and arrive at Harrisburg and
Philadelphia as follows:
EASTWARD.
THROUGH EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Kat-rich“; a:
1.15 a, m., and arrives at Wast Philadelphia at 5.10 a._. m.
FAST LINE leavca Harrisburg at 6.15 a. m., ever:-
day exam Monday, arrives at. West. Philadeip‘nigi at
10.0!) 9.. ml
MAIL TRAIN leaves Harrisburg at 1.00 p. m., an
fives at West Philadelphia at 5.00 p. m.
Themains make clgse connection at Philadelphia
with l. ;ew York ],ineg_
MT. JOY ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, No. 1, leave!
6.50 a. m., Mt. Joy at 3.0:}, and connects athmcuter at
8 50 with LANCASTER 'i‘RAIN, arriving at West Phila~
delphia at 12.10 p. m.
HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION TRAIN leaves at
at 3.50 p. m., Columbia at 5.15, and arrive. at West
Philadelphia. at 9.05 p. m.
MT. JOY ACCOMMODATION mum, no, 2, leave
at 4.00 p. m., 311:. Joy at 5.1], connects with HARRIS
BURG ACCOMMODATION TRAIN East at Diuewilldl
lit-5.40, arriving at We'st Philadelphia :1: 9.05 p, m.
. WESTWARD.
THROUGH EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Philadeiplxis 2.:
10.45 p. m., arrives at Harrisburg at 2.55 a. m.
MAIL TRAIN lesvea Philadelphia at 7.30 a. m., ar
rives at Harrisburg 3.1. 12.50 p. m.
PAST LINE leave: Philadelphia at 11 .50 a. In . , arrives
at Harrisburg at 4.00 p. m.
MT. JOY ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, No. 1. leaves
Lancasteren arrival of MAIL TRAIN West, “11.04 a.
m., leaves Mt. Joy at 11.42, and arrives at Harrisburg
at 1.00 p. m. .
HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION TRAIN leaves
Philadelphia. at. 2.00 p. m., Columbia at 6.10, and arrivee
at Harrisburg at 7.35 p. :11.
MT. JOY ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, No. 2, leave:
Lancaster-71m the ad‘s] of LANCASTER TRAIN wept]
at 7.54 p. 111., Mt. Joy at 8.30, and arrives at Harrisburg
Int 9.42 p.lll.
Passengers leaving Philadelphia at 4.00 p. m . , on LAN ~
CASTER TRAIN, connect at Lsncaater with MT. JOY
ACCOMMODATION TRAIN No. 2, at 7.54, and arrlrb
at Harrisburg at. 9.24 p. m.
SAMUEL I). YOUNG.
“octlfl-dtin Sim. East. Div. Penn’a Railroad .
NEW AIR LINE ROUTE
T 0 -
NE‘V YQRK’
.wa.‘ ~ :.—-,: . r 73;;“(5 . "
" ‘ ‘v _-,-~.,.,-- - I: w.
Til- --. "7"-l- .7. ’ $7.5;
Shortest in Distance and Quickest in Tim:
BETWEEN THE TWO CITIES 01“
NEW YORK AND AHARRISB URG,
V I
READING, ALLENTIJWN AN]! EASTER}
MORNING EXPRESS, West, leaves New York at 6
a. m., arriving at Harrisburg at 12.46 noon, 0273' 6}"
hours between the two cities.
HAIL LINE leaves New York at 12.00 noon, and or]
tires at Harrisburg at 8.30 p. m.
MORNING MAIL LINE, East, leaves Harrisburg at
8.00 a. in, arriving at New York at 4.30 p. m.
AFTERNOON EXPRESS LINE, East, leaves Harris»
burg at 1.15 p. m., arrir' ng at New York at 9.00 p. :12.
Connections are made «.b Harrisburg “1.00 p. m. with
the Passenger Trains in each direction on the Pennsylva
nia, Cumberland Valley and Northern Central Railroad»
All Trains connect at. Reading with Trains for Puma
ville and Philadelphia, and at Allentown for Munch
Chunk, Boston. s'; c.
No change of L'asscnger Cars or Baggage between New
York and Harrisburg, by the 6.00 a. a). Line from New
York or the 1.15 p. m. from Harrisburg.
For beauty oi nun-cry and speed, comfort and ocean: -
modution, this Route presents superior inducements to
the traveling public.
Fare between New York and Harrisburg, FIVE Bauhaus -
For Tickets and other information apply to
J . J . CLYDE, General Agent.
JL .L,7. _ 7 L ._-__-~-__‘fl”_@fla r,
60.
, . 1860.
NORTHERN CENTRAL RAILWAY.
@314 I‘-
NOTI C E .
CHANGE 0]“ SCHEDULE.
ON AND AFTER SU NDA Y, MA Y 27221., 1860,
the Passenger Trains of the Northern Central Railway
will leave Harrisburg as follows :
___” GOING .90 um.
737.222? .
l~uer~~nnvm4
:‘fi‘_ .“ ,9!-
Exrnnsa TRAIN will leav at. .u: . ..ana. m.
ACCOMMODATION TRAIN will leave at. .130 a. us.
run. TRAIN wimeaveat.......... .. 1.009.121.
GOING N ORTB'.
MAIL TRAIN will leave an... ”......
EXPRESS TRAIN will leave 3.1:.
The only trains leaving Harrisburg on Sunday will be
the EXPRESS TRAIN at 1.40 a. m., going South, and
the EXPRESS TRAIN at. 9.32 p. m., going North.
For {mhgr information apply at the omce, In Penn
sylvania Railroad Depot. JOHN W. HALL, Agent.
Harrisburg, May 26, 1560.—my28
PHILADEIfig’HIf _
READINE RAILROAD,
S UMJIL‘R ARRANG EHENT.
ON AND AFTER MAY 23, 1860,
TWO PASSENGER‘TBAXNS LEAVE HARRISBURG
DAILY, (Sundays exceptedfi at 3,00 A. BL, and 1.15 P.
m., for Philadelphia, amvingzhere It 1.25 P. m., 111410.15
P. M.
RETURNING, LEAVE PHILADELPHIA at 8.00 AM.
and 3.30 P. m.,arriving at Harrisburg at 12 45 noon Ind
8.30 P. M.
PARKS :-—To Philadelphia, No. 1 Cars, $3.25 ; No. 2,
(in same train) $2.70.
nines :—To Reading 3! .60 and $1.30.
At Beading, connect with trains for Pottsvilb, Miners
vine, Tswana, Oatnwim, ace.
FOUR TRAINS LEAVE READING FOR PHILADEL
rnn DAILY, a: o A. 31., 10.45 A. m., 12.30 noon and
3.43 P. M.
LEAVE PHILADELPHIA FOB READING n .D .
m., 1.00 P. M.,.3.30 P. m., and 5.00 P. M. "
FARESh—Reading to Philadelphia, 31.75 and $1.45-
TKE MGBNING TRAIN FROM HARRISBURG 00H
NEGTS AT READING with up train for Wflkoabme
Pimton and Scranton.
For wrong!) tickets and other inrormntian upply to
J . J. OLYDI,
General Agent.
my24-dtf
PHILADELPHIA
LSD
READING RAILROAD.
r REDUCTION or PASSENGER mums,
ON AND AFTER MONDAY, APRIL '3, 1560
(‘OMM UTA I'l ON TICKETS,
with 28 Coupons. will be issued between any points
dash-6d,. good for the holder and any member of his
family, In any Passenger train, and at any time—st 15
por cent. below the regular fares.
Parties having occasion to e the Road frequently on
business or pleasure, will ting the above arrangement
convenient and economical; u Four Passenger trellis
run daily each way between Reading and Philadelphia,
and Two Trains daily between Bending, Pottsville and
Harrisburg. On Sundays,onlyone momingtrain Down
and one afternoon train Up, runs between Pottsvillenmi
Philadelphia, and no Passenger train on the Lebanon
Valley Branch Railroad .
For the above Tickets, or any information relating
thereto, apply to 3. Bradford. Esq., Treasurer-Jules“-
phie, to the respective Ticket Agents on the line, or to
6.1 L NIO LLs, Generl-l Sup’t- _
March 21, 1880.—mer28-d tf
I I L. EODBOLP’ PRACTICAL TUNER.
amu 2171 mm: or lANOS MEWDEON .
Sac. Order: in future must be lan, at WM. Kwogfiefi
MUSIC STORE, 92 Market street, or at BHEHLEE’B
HOTEL. All orders left It the above-named planes will
meet with prompt Attention. ‘
'irst class PIANOS for 81119. leplw’ -
BENJAMIN PYNE,
ARCHITECTURAL
.Woon TURNER,
' BEAR or 426 AND 428 WALNUT STREET,
PHIL AD'ELPHIA. .
Every descriglon of CABPENTERB’ AND BUILD
ERS’ TURNIN executed with neatness and dispatch.
WINDOW, DOOR AND SASHCIRCULAR MO UL!)-
INGS of every PATTERN, from four inches up to rain;
feet diameter, TURNED to order, in the neetent style,
STABLE AND EITGHING POSTS, VENEERED AND
PLAIN NEWELLS, BTAIE BALUSTERSOI every kind,
kat connmnfly on ham; a mi an the no» Nasal-mug
termini . hurl-dim
1.20p.m
........9.32p.m