Daily patriot and union. (Harrisburg, Pa.) 1858-1868, November 15, 1860, Image 3

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    LOCAL NEWS.
Tm: DAILY rumor AND Umox may be had at
Jack’s Book Sturc,comer of Third and Market
streets.
ano'r As» erox.--The DAILY PATRIOT Axn
Uxxox can be had by Dauphin subscribers, every
morning, at the periodical store of J. S. FRAIM.
Gummy GUARDS, Arms-nor; I—The members of
the Cameron Guards are requested to meet at their
armory on Friday evening, at 7!; o’clock, for drill.
Every member is requestedxo be in attendance at
the time stated. By order of the Captain.
A CLEAN mum—There was not a. single case
before the Mayor yesterday morning. The morals
of our city are improving, the revolving mgr-ants
must. be turning into winter quarters, and strych
nine whisky is below par.
ABSENT.—Mr. H. Godbold, the piano tuner, will
be absent for a. fe'w (lays on professional business.
All orders for his services may be left at the music
store of W. Knoche, and they fill receive prompt
attention immediately on his return.
TEE Huntingdon Union says information has
been made against the Treasurer of that; nauuty,
Henry I'. White, charging him with having ille
gally used the public funds. He gave bail in
$5OO to answer the charge.
Loss BY From—The large born of Mr. W'illiam
Glenn, in Dickinson township, Cumberland county,
was burned down on Friday lost, about noon. The
barn was filled with grain and hay. How the fire
originated we have not been able to learn. The
loss cannot. be less than about $l,OOO.
Tun CASE or HALL—The case of the Common
wealth vs. B. F. Hull, charged with attempting to
pasta a forged check on the Lebanon Bank, was
called up in the Lebanon Court of Quarter Sessions
on Monday, and put ofi‘ until the January term.—
This is the second time it has been continuéd.
A LARGE Tasman—There has been on exhibi
tion for several days, at Jack’s bookstore, at turnip
from the farm of Samuel Flickinger, Susquehanna
township, which weighed 6;— pounds, and measured
24 inches in circumference, when taken from the
ground. It is quite large enough to make a meal
for an ordinary sized family.
1&1:va FESTIVAL—The hero of Farnbrough,
and the other gentleman who travel on their mus
cle in his company will hold forth at Brant’s Hall
this evening. We think we are entirely safe in
predicting a. full house.
Mr. Keenan and his party will arrive to—day in
the 12.40 train from Williamsport.
Tun MAnKer.-—There was an abundant supply
of everything in the fish, flesh, fowl and vegetable
line at market yesterday morning. There having
been no rain storm on Tuesday night, butter went
down the scale to 18 cents a pound, and pullets
could be had for 25 cents a. pair. Eggs were still
20 cents a. dozen ; but take it all in all, prices ruled
in favor of the buyer.
BONNETS.-—A “ Fashion” writer in a New York
paper says the winter bonnets promise to he as
plain as a Shaker meeting-house 3 feathers and
flowers will be seen as rarely as birds on a. prairie.
Dark velvet depressed over the forehead, with al~
mos! straight sides, plain crown, and decoraiion of
rich, real lace only will be recognized as tau by the
initiated.
Anon-r Acum—The time for the distribution of
quack medicine almanacs has again come around,
in the course of human events, and everybody
takes them ; on compulsion, of course ; but fihether
everybody reads them, or what use a majority who
have them thrust. in their doors make of them, this
deponent saith not, further than that. he believes
many of them are used for kindling the fire.
COURT HOUSE STBEPLE.—Yesterday the spire on
the new Court House steeple was elevated. I t con
tains a vane, and a gilded ball—the latter as yet
covered with canvass. The steeple itself is rapidly
approaching completion ,and we thinlg will be quite
an ornamental afi‘air, in spite of the opinion of
some that it will be too massive for the height.
All criticisms on the building should be postponed
until its completion.
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Snmons Accmsxr.—on Monday last, Frederick
Kenner and John Thompson, two citizens of Car
lisle, went to the country in search of game, and
when in the neighborhood of Bosler’s mill, in
Seuth Middleton township, the gun of Mr. Thomp
son was accidentally discharged, and the contents,
1; heavy charge of shot, lodged in the face of Ken
ner, very severely injuring him. He was brought;
home in a critical condition and properly cared for.
on. Excnsxsm.—The oleaginous fever has bro—
ken out in Cambria county. It is reported that
there are surface indications of oil in many places
on the mountain; and it is said that a saw-mill in
that county has been supplied from the surface of
the dam, for years past, with all the oil needed for
burning and greasing purposes. Several compa—
nies are forming, and wells are about being sunk to
ascertain the truth of the reports.
Canons Sauna—Henry Ward Beecher delivered
a half-sermon, half-political harauugue it his church
inßrooklyn on Sunday night, in which he used
the following curious simile :
Au men grow rich they grow mean. _Why I
know men—pious men—who an manly perjure
themselves about the value of their property that.
they may save what is justly due the city for taxes.
They are as mean as—yell—meanness has tun
neled them from end to end, and the biggest one
lies through the heart, and the Devil daily runs his
train through and through.
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MAR Manama—Jacob Bulger, of Martinsburg,
left his home on the 7th insL, since which no ti
dings of him have been had. His spirits were
greatly depressed in consequence of the death of
a son. Mr. Bolger is about 50 years of age, rather
sharp features, and about 5 feet 10 inches or 6 feet
in height. He was dressed in a black frock coat
and black pants, morocco shoes, and a. brown straw
hat. Any tidings of the missing man, communi
“ted m Rev. J. Hassler, J. 0. Everhart, or A. S.
MOHOW. Martiusbnrg, PL, will be gratefully re
ceived by his distressed and afllicted family.
Tit IRON Sum)! PASSENGER Gem—~The Moe.
sillon Tim“ gWEs the following statenient in regard
‘0 “19 new steam Passenger car, which recently
maie t trip o'er the Pittsburg, Fort Wayne and
Chicago Road :‘
The advantages of: this over the common can
now in use for carrying passengers, are many and
obvious. In the first place, the cost of near of this
delofipiion is about $64100. The cost of a train of
can of eqanleepacity M = For loOOmotive, $10,000;
two‘pneeeng-er cars, $5.090; lfaggagepar, 31,000;
total, $16,000. Here, then, {5 alflavlng of aboug
$lO,OOO on first coat. Again, 15 W 1“ “OE teke more
than one-fourth the amount of fuel and oil to run
the ear; and will only require two or three persons,
at the farthest, to manage it, when five ls thelaaat
number thatoould be employed on the other. The
weight of this car is about seventeen tons ; .whlle
that of a train the size we have named 1e eighty
five tone, and hence the wear and tour of the reed
in running would he proportionately less. It 13
also safe, because being so much lighter It you be
ltopped quicker, and even in ease of collision the
concussion would not he be great, and the flex:-
bility of the iron would cause it to give, and thus
partially break the violence of the shock. These
considerations, with others we might mention, are
sneh as will eventually cause this our to superetqe,
for the most. part, those now in use.
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prnovmlENTs m Locononvns.——Wit.hin the
past ten years, says the Ledger, many important
improvements have been made in the locomotives
constructed in Philadelphia, in the two extensive
establishments of Norris and Baldwin ; and by
these improvements Philadelphia has been enabled
to supply nearly all the Southern and WCSWT"
roads with engines that cannot be excelled in any
part of this or any other cauuti‘y- The imPfoj’e‘
ments have not. only consisted of matters of unhfy'
but also of an ornamental character, all of which
can be seen upon one of the largest class, made for
the Southern Road of Mississippi, by Baldwin—
The cylinders are level, and 12:1? inches in diame
ter, and 23 inches stroke. The boiler and fire-box
are made throughout of iron rolled at Coatesville,
Pa. The firmlmx is 40 inches long on the grate,
and 38 inches wide, the whole inside depth of fire
has being 57 inches. The barrel of the boiler is
39 inches in c'ia‘meter, and contains 101 copper
I tubes,9 feet 9 inches long. The pistons are of the
‘ usual construction, with the exception that the in
‘ side as well as the outer rings are of brass. The
reversing lever is fitted up in a convenientand du
rable form. The arched guide,, in which the
notches are cut, is a. sibgle solid bar, the lever be
ing split to embrace both sides of it. The catch is
on the front. of the lever, the better to resist the
tendency of the latter to crowd forward when the
engine is running; while the thumb lever, by
which the catch is lifted, is on the back of the re
verse lever. The valves are of cast iron, which, it
is seid,wears better than brass, where care is taken
in each case to prevent cutting on steep grades.—
The external finish of the engine, as well as nearly
all built by both firms mentioned, is of the most
improved character. The dome is lagged end
handsomely covered, the barrel of the dome being
finished with Russia. iron, while the base mould
ings and hemispherical cap and cornice are of
brass. The engine is also supplied with Radley £7.
Hunter's spark arrester, a. large lamp, steam guage
and a foam cock, to blow off water from the sur
face.
But aside from these improvements, the greatest
that have yet been made are those which substi
tute coal for wood as a. fuel for generating steam,
and as soon as proper arrangements are made for
the consumption of smoke by coal burning engines,
the improvement will extend to every railroad
where coal can be procured at anything like a. ree
soneble cost. Upon the subject of consuming
smoke in coal—burning locomotives, an English sei
entifie paper states, “that the consumption of smoke
is not the difficult job many persons seem to iron
gine in locomotives." In referring to a railroad
having smoke—consuming locomotives, the same
paper says “that a. numberpf plans were tried
without success, but the desired result. had at last
been accomplished by the following simple plan:
‘At each side of the fire-box a. few sir holes have
been made by inserting short pieces of fine tubing,
properly ferruled, about an inch and three-quarters
diameter; a powerful steam jet is placed in the
chimney under the control of the driver; and one
important rule is observed by the fireman, that is,
never to feed while standing at a station, when it
is possible to avoid it.” Engines constructed upon
this principle, it is said, never emit smoke, or, if
any, just enough to discolor the steam.”
The Messrs. Norris are now finishing two pow
erful locomotives, fitted with Phleger’s boilers, for
coal burning. The cylinders are 17 inch, with 24
inch stroke. The whole length of the boiler over
the fire-box and smoke-box is 24 feet.
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Gnosrs ox THE Cmcaco, BURLINGTON AND
QUINCY Human—The ghost stories of specters,
vampyres and goblins'seen at night on the Chicago,
Burlington an (1 Quincy Railroad, are being revived.
The Burlington Ifawkeyc is responsible for the fol-
lowing : ’
The queer sights at night on the Chicago and
Burlington Railroad still continue. An engineer
on the road says that as he was approaching Gales
hurg, a. few nights since,he suddenly saw a. woman
standing upon the track about ten feet ahead of
the engine. The train was at full speed, and. of
course, could not be stopped. The engineer re
marked to the persons on the engine that it was
the first person he had ever killed during his rail
road experience. Arriving at the depot, he sent
men and lights back to the spot where he saw the
woman, but no sign or trace of anything was there.
There was nobody,no blood, no marks upon the
track. Next morning the search was renewed,
with no better success. It is said that. lights have
been seen, lighting several acres of land with the
brilliancy of noon-day.
Tnl PARADISE or RAILROADS.——A Buenos Ayres
letter of the 30th of August furnishes the following
curious information :
The Government has determined to proceed at
once with the railroad, which is already in opera
tion for twenty miles to the west. The conces
sions given to railroad _eompanies in this country
are unheard of in the United States. For example,
it is usual for the State to guarantee an interest of
from seven to nine per cent. per annum; to give a
free right of way through private as well as public
property; to give ample grounds for buildings,
freedom from taxes, release from duties in trans
porting materials, am. If railroad stock, with
such bolstering, is not good, it cannot be good any
where. Add to these concessions the feet that here
are no hills to dig down, and but few low places to
he raised ; that there it no tunneling to be done,
but few streams to be crossed, and no frosts nor
floods to provide against, and this must be the
paradise of railroads.
A Wmnmz’s Goran—“ Artemus Ward” remarks,
that " There is something indescribly beautiful in
the truo wife’s devotion to her husband. There ie
something very awful in her grief when death
takes him away. ‘ Leaves have their time to fall,’
but death comes irregularly and relentlessly. We
recently heard n most touching instance of the re
signation of an affectionate woman, {at the funeral
of her husband. Though she had adored him,she
did nut repine at this dark hour. Looking at the
remains of her loved and lost husband for the lust
time,she put on her bonnet and thus spoke to the
gentlemen whose sad duty it was to ofiiointe as
pail-bearers z—‘You palLbeaz-ers, just go into the
buttery and get some rum, and we’ll start this man
right along 1’ ”
To CLEAN TEE Era or Dust—When the eye is
irritated by dust or intrusive particles ofany kind,
the sufierer invariably shuts and rubs his eye, and
not unfrequently the removal of the irritating cause
becomes more difficult. The proper practice is to
keep the eye open, as if staring; a. sort of rotary
movemeet of the ball takes place, the surface be
comes covered with water, the particle is gradually
impelled to the corner of the eye, and is there
floated out, or can be easily removed, without any
of the disagreeable consequences that attend shut
ting and rubbing.
NEW Goons! New Goons !——Having returned
from New York,l have received now 9, large lot of
goods, all of which I bought at auction. One hun
died pieces of beautiful Set Flower De Laines, the
best quality, which generally sells for 25 cents, at
20 cents; 50 pieces Unbleached Muslin, the best in
town, at 10 cents; 150 pieces of Cassinetts, Sati
nelts and Gassimeres, from 25 cents up to $1.25 a
yard; 25 pieces of White Flannel, cotton mixed, at
15 cents; 25 dozen of White Merino Stockings at
15 Cents; 50 dozen of Gent’s Wool Socks, 20 cents
a. pair; 10 dozen Gent’s All-Linen Pocket Hand
kerchiefs With Colored; Borders, very fine, 31
cents; good Merino Undershirts and Drawers, at 65
and 75 cents a piece. A lot of beautiful Traveling
Baskets. Best Calicoes, 10 cents, warranted fast
colors. - ‘
Pleas; can at Lva's, at the old guild of John
Rhonda; Esq ~ deceased. tf.
Dnmncn MADE EASY.——The following is the
substance of a bill now before the Vermont Legis-
Isture
“A divorce from the bonds of matrimony may be
granted where either of the parties is an hnbitunl
drunkard ; or shall have joined any religious sect
or society which professes to believe the relation 0f
husband and wife to be unlawful; or refzwcd to co-
Imbit with each other for the space of three years.”
~According to the above provision, a wrangling
or indifl‘erent couple have but to agree to dive
apart {or three years, and they are divorced for
tho asking.
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THE PLANNIXG or CITIES.—The London Builder
says that a spider’s web furnishes a better plan for
the laying out of new cities, than any which has
yet been devised by surveyors and engineers. Any
one who can find a distinct and complete web un
broken, will see how beautifully regular it is, and
how perfectly adapted for the quickest passage
from any one point to another. The concentric
rings are not circles, but polygons, the radiating
exquisitely regular and straight.
Even}; Max use are Forum—Every man has
his Weakness, and the whole art of arranging SO
ciety consists in so placing all the citizens of a
State that their weak points shall produce the least
possible evil, and their strong points shall have
every opportunity for an abundant development
and the production of the greatestamount of good.
Early habits and education are probably among the
1 greatest determining causes of man’s strong points.
‘ As the twig is bent the tree is inclined. When a.
man becomes, in after life, distinguished by any
extraordinary power, it may generally be traced
back to something in natural disposition or early
life that started him of!“ in that direction. Walter
Scott was laid on his back, a. sick and crippled boy,
and read a whole library of novels for amusement.
Sick of that, he read history. Then he got better
and roamed the country with his dogs and gun;
and finally his father took him into his oflice and
made him write and read law. Allofthese thing
together combined to form the future writer of
historical romances. Even the business habits of
the law oflioo contributed no small share to his suc
cess, by making him the most business-like and
mechanically industrious man of genius of his age,
the most wholesale literary writer of his day. It
is on this account- that in India the system of caste
is so strong, and lies at the basis of everything.
Each man must be what his father was before him,
what he is therefore brought up to, and thus his
forte will, it is supposed, be assuredly developed.
Yet what sort of a. mere signet-writer would Sir
Walter Scott ever have made going through the
routine of his father’s ofiice ? As a lawyer, a.
sherifi’, or even as a judge, he would only be second
rate. Thus it is that all unnecessary restriction
only represses the strong points of men, and often
compels them to exhibit nothing but. Weakness.
The opposite system in our own government,
however, has its dangers also. Here everything is
left so very free, that unless a man knows accu
rately his own strong and weak points, he is quite
as apt, in the endless‘changes that are taking
place, to spend all his life wlthout finding out his
true vocation, and without developing anything but
weakness in everything, and real strength and per
fection in nothing. The hope of making money faster 1
leads many men to change frum what they were ‘
doing well, or the supposition of one employment ‘
being more respectable than another leads thou- ‘
sends to change or choose an occupation, without ‘
the least regard to their own particular fitness of
character and attainments for it. Many a. first- ‘
rate mechanical genius is repressed, and the 1105- J
sessor of it turned into the channels of trade, and
many a superior man of business brings up his ‘
son to smoke cigars in a law office, when he has ‘
no taste for its metaphysical niceties. If amen ‘
can do any one thing successfully, let him stick to
that until he can do something else better. All
changes from an occupation in which a man is
doing well ought at least to he very slow, and pre
pared for by many experiments to see how he will
succeed in that to which he aspires.
To Spomsnmx.—-W. D. Kelly, (log trainer, from
Elmira, N. Y., is stopping at the Bomgardner
House with a. splendid lot. of well broken setters
and pointers for sale. '3‘
Won't-n KnowaG.—-—That Brownold & Sam, cor
ner of Market and Second streets, sell linen hand
kerchiefs at 6}, worth 125- cents; Chenil soarfs at
25 cts., worth double ; gent’s pure linen handker
chiefs, 25 cts., worth 50 cents; splendid levy culi
coes at 10 cents; hemp carpet, 20 cts., worth 31;
half wool carpet at‘2s, worth 37%; all wool, 502156,
worth 62% and 75 cents ; a. great assortment of
gloves and Hosiery ; floor all cloth at 37:}844, worth
501162 ots. Blonds; Nubian, children’s hoods, mur'
lins, &c., &.c., £50.; and, best of all, double Broche
shawls at only $7.00, worth $l4 00. All these and
many other bargains to he had at Brownold’s cheap
corner, Market and Second streets, Wyeth’s build
ing, opposite Jones House. no6—d2wl'
SPECIAL NOTICES.
HELMBOLD‘S GENUINE PREPARATION Cure: Gu
val ,7Biauider, Dropsy, Kidney Afi'sctions.
HELM’nOLD’a Genuine Reputation for Nervous and
Debilitated Sufferers.
HBLMBUL D’s Genuine Preparation far— lidéfbf' I’6;ng
Loss of Memory.
HELMBOLD'S Genuine Preparation for Difficulty-of
Bgfgtlxing, General Weaknesa.
HEESEBBLD'S Genuine Preparation for Weak Nerves,
Horror of Death. Trembling.
' ELMBOLD’S Genuine Prepmion lor Night Swelts,
Gold Feat, Dimneas of Vision.
HELLMBOLD’S Genuine P'roparutiun for Lunsuor, Uni
versal Lasaitude of the Mmulur system. '
HELMBOLD'H Guanine Prep station for Pallid Counta
nnce and Eruptions.
HELMBOIJJ‘S Genuine Preparation for Pain In tue
Back, Headache, Sick Stomach. ‘
iD‘See advertisement head ed
HELMBOLD’S EXTRACT BUGHU
inonother column. ’ n034-dkw3m
FEVER. AND AGUE, AND ALL FEVERS
are cured by perseverance with
BRANDRETH’S PILLS,
which takes all poisons, of whatever nature they may
be, from the circulation. '
| Mr. John Y. Height, Supervisor of New Castle, West,
| chester county, New York, says, November. 1858:
l “I was, two years ago, attached with fever and uglw,
i which, notwithstanding the best medical advice, con
, tinned to sorely amict me for six tedious months; I be
came yellow as snfiron, and reduced to skin and bone.
Medicine and hysiciens were abandoned in despair. As
an experimeng I concluded to try a. single dose of six
of Brendreth’s Universal Vegetable Pills, on an empty
stomach, early in the morning. The first dose seemed
to arouse all the latent energies of my exhausted frame.
I feared the Worst—their purgetive ell‘ect was different
from anything I had ever used or heard of. At length
this effect ceased, and I seemed lighter and breathed
freer. That evening I was indeed sensibly better and
slept soundly all night. The next day I followed the
same course, and continufld to take the Pillsjn this way
about three weeks, when I found mysel entirely “WW-
My health has been surprisingly good ever since.”
so”: price 25 cents, at No. 294 Canal street. New York,
and by an Druggiets. Also, by GEO. H. BELL, corner
of Second and Chestnut streets, Harrisburg: and by all ‘
respectable dealers in medicines. “Os‘d‘l’vWlm \
. THE JAPANESE,
THE GREAT EASTERN ,
II- R. IX. THE PRINCE OF WALES,
' DE JOINVILLE,
May come and go and M
FOR.GO T T E N ,
But the lustre, the ebony biackness, the-rich browns, the
natural appearance, the sensation of pride and pleasure,
produced by the application or that harmless preparation,
CRISTADORO’S EXCELSIOR
HA I R 1) YE, 7
Will unquestionably be gratefully
REMEM B E R E D
By all who use it, inasmuch as
“A THING 0F BEAUTY
IS A JOY FOREVER.“
Prepared No. 6 Asor Rouge, New York. Sold every—
where, and applied by all Hau- Dressers. udG d&wlm
Mowers, read this.
The “HOMES is an extract from a. letter writtep by
8. Put“ 0f 1119 .Bnptist Church to the Journal and
messenger, Cmcmnati, Ohio, and speaks volumes in
favox; 0" that world-renowned medicine—Mus. WINS
Loy 8 8001 mm Sump FOB Cmnnnnx TEETHING:
_ W 9 5.06 an advertisement in your columns of Mrs.
WIDSIOW‘S Soothing Syrup. Now we never said-a word
1n {“0" 0f 9- Putent medicine before in our _life, but we
feel compelled to say to your readers, that this is no
hummg—‘WEPHE ramp u, up xxow m T 0 33 ALL 11'
01““."§- It 15. probably, one of the most successful
medicines of the (lay, because it is one of the best. And
“105" 0‘ ymgr readers who have babies can’t do better
than to lay "1 a supply. SBP29-11&W1y
[Myofiq AN’!’ T 0 FEMALEE
DR. CHEESEMAN’S PIL LS.
The combination of ingredients in these Pins are the
result of a. long and extensive practice. They are mild
in their operation, and certain in correcting nll irregu
lm-ities, painfu) menstruation. removing all obstruc~
tions, whether from cold or otherwise, beach: che. pain
in the Hidey palpitation of the heart, whites, a 1! ner
vous affections, hysterics, fatigue, pain in the back and
limbs, &c., disturbed sleep, which arise from interrup
tion of nature.
DR. CHEESEMAN’S PILLS
was the qomxnencement of a new era. in the treatment
of those “regularities and obstructions whichmuve can
signed So many thousapds of the young, the beautiful,
8111.1 the beloved to a. PREMATURE GRAVE. Nofemale can
91130." EOO6 health unless she is regular, and whenever
Sgcfiysgruction takes place the genera) health begins to
DR. CHEESE MAN’ S PILLS
are the most effectual remedy ever known for all 00.111-
plaints peculiar to Females. To all clarifies they ure'm
valuable, inducing, with certainty, period mal‘regular-zty.
They are known to thousands, who have used them at
different periods, throughout the country, hgvgug the
sanction of some of the moat 9mm»! Physicians 11;
America.
Explicit directiuns, stating when, and ‘whm they
should not be used, accompany each box—the Price One
D 0124? mm (mm, containing forty Pills.
A valuable Pamphlet, to be had free, of the Agents.
Pills sent by mail, promptly, by enclosing price to tho
General Agent. Sold by druggists generally.
3. B. HUTOHINGS, General Agent,
14 Broadway 3 New York. ,
Sold in Harrisburg by 0. A. BANNVART.
decl ’59-d&,wly
V -
W E call the attentlon of our readers to
an article advertised in another column, called BLOOD
FOOD. It is an entirely new discovery, and must not
be confounded with any of the numerous patent medi
cines of the day. It is soon son on 31.00:), already
prenared for absorption; pleasant to the taste and natu
ral 11: action, and what one gains he retains. Let all
those, then, who are sufl’ering from poverty, impurity ox
deflciency of blood, and consequently with some chronic
disease or ailment, take of this Bnoon Fool) and be re
stored to health. We notice that our druggists have
received a. supply of this article, and also of the world
renowned Dr. Enox’s [xssxrxnn COBDIAL, which every
mother should have. It contains no parcgoricor opiate
of any kind whatever, and of course must be invaluable
for all infantile complaints. It will allay all pain, and
soften the gums in process of teething, and at the same
time regulate the bowels. Let all mothers and nurses,
who have endured anxious days and sleepless nights,
procure a. supply and be at once relieved.
15’ See advertisement. aulT-dScwsm
i]? WARRANTED IN ALL CASES‘QE
DR . HARVE Y’ S
GHRONO THERMAL FEMALE PILLS.
For the prevention and Cure of all those difi‘lculties to which
the female system is peculiarly liable. arising from
STOPPAGE OF NATURE 0R DESTRUCTION.
These Pills have never been known to fail when the
direntious have been strictly followed, and they are
yerfectly saf». to mice by the most delicate.
I‘o MARRIED LADIES they are particularly recom
mended, as they prevent difficulties, and restore nature,
no matter from what cause the obstruction may arise. A
few days in most cases will produce the desired elfuct; and
although so powerful, yet no injury will ever result from
their use. But those who are pregnant should not use
them. as they have an elfect contrary to nature. Pamphlets
detailing their virtues, with numerous certificates from well
known physicians and apothecaries, can be had on applica
tion to the agent, who will send the Pills, if desired, by
mail, post-paid, to any address, on receipt of the money.
Sold in boxes containing sixty pills, by all the principal
druggists and dealers, and by DYOTT s:- 00., wholesale
agents, North Second street, Philadelphia. .
nov2-eodddcwly
I=l
A NE W REM E D Y .
Superseding CUBEBS, Comm, CAPSULES, or any compound
that has ever been before the people. It has been used by
ONE HUNDRED PHYSICIANS.
In their private practice, with entire success, in all cases
BELL’S SPECIFIC PILLS,
For diseases of a pnvate nature ; a cure is frequently per
fonmd ‘in a weak, and entire confidence may be flawed in
them. This xemedy is a newly discovered specific, more:
active and speedy in its effects than Cubebs or Copmba
alone. The pills are 11an the size of Capsules, and never
nauseate the stomach, or impregnate the breath. Six dozen
pills in a box—price one dollar, and will be sent by mail,
post—paid, by the agent. on receipt of the money.
Sold by all the principal druggists and dealers, and by
DYOT'I‘ EL 00., wholesale agents, North Second street,
Philadelphia. nevZ-codd&wly
Dr. Rr_lun;’s Concentrated Remedies.
No. I. THE GREAT REVIVER. speedily eradicate»; all
the evil effects of SELEABUSE, an Loss of Memory,
Shortness of Bmath, Giddiness, Palpitation of tlm Heart,
Dimnesfi of Vision, or any constitutional derangements of
the sysme, brought on by the unrestrained indulgence of
the passions. Acts alike on either sex. Price One Dollar.
No. 2. THE BALM will cure in from two to eight days,
any case of GONORRIHEA, is without taste or smell, and
requires no restriction of action or flier. For either sex.
Price One Dollar.
No. 3. THE TEREB will cure in the shortest possible
time, any case of GLE ET, even after all other Remediea
have failed to produce the desired efi'ect. No taste or smell.
Price One Dollar. .
No. 4. THE PUNITER is the only Remedy that will
really cure strictures of the Urethra. No matter of how
long standing or neglected the case may be. Priee One
Do 9:.
No. 5. THE SOLUTOR will cure any case of GBA‘VEL,
permanently and speedily remove all aflliciionn of the
Bladder and Kidneys. Price One Dollar.
Na. 6. FOR PARTICULARS SEE CIRCULAR.
No. 7. THE AMARIN will cure the White! radically,
and in a. much shorter time than they can be removed by
guy other treatment. In fact, is the only remedy that will
32%!1e correct this disoxder. Pleasant to take. Pxice One
0 er.
No. 8. THE ORIENTAL PASTILS are oertnin,safe and
speedy in producing MENS'I‘RUATION, or correcting any
Irregularities of the monthly periods. Price ‘l'wo Dollars.
No 9. FOR PARTICULARS SEE CIRCULAR.
Either Remedy sent free by mail on receipt of the pine
annexed. Enclose postage stamp and get 3 Circular.
General Depot North-East corner of York Avenue and
Callowhill Street. Private OEce 401 York Avenue, Elma.
delphia, Pa
For sale in Harrisburg only by 0. A. BANNVART, where
Circulars containing valuable informt?en, with full do.
scriptiona of each case, will be delivered gratis. on appli
cation. Address DR. FELIX BRUNON,
myl-dly . P. 0. Box 99. Philadelphia, Pa.
IT WILL PAY. YOU
READ THIS.
IT WILL PAY You
OBSERVE WHAT I SAY H
IT WILL PAY YOU
FOR. A VISIT T 0
HARRISBURG! ! !
TO SEE AND MAKE YOUR PURCHASES
FROM THE LARGE, HANDSOME
AND FASHIONABLE STOCK 0F
READY MADE CLOTHING, CLOTH,
CASSIMERES, VESTIN GS AND
GENTS’ FURNISHING GOODS
NOW EXPOSED AT THE WELL
KNOWN ARCADE, NO. 3 JONES ROW.
AVAILING MYSELF OF THE
ADVANTAGES WHICH READY
CASH PRESENTS, I OFFER ALL
GOODS AT 10 PER CENT; CHEA?ER
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
Mosr FASHIONABLE STYLE.
I WARRANT A FIT ORLNO SALE.
out l 3-(14122
1=I:=I
TO
TO
for scm: 8.; Em mm. I
FOR SALE OR RENT—On very favor.
able terms, a. commodious BRICK HOUSE on Wal
nut street, near Second. POESeßsion to be given on the
first of April next. Inquire of Dr. JAMES FLEMING,
Second street, above Walnut.
Harrisburg, November 9, 1560.0110‘34“
F 0 R s A L E—A Light Spring One-
H orse WAG-ON. Apply at Pattersows Store, Broad
street, West Harrisburg. mum:
RARE (Z‘HA NOE FOR INVESMENT.
$1 a
a
S AL E O F
VALUA BLE HOTEL PROPERTY
D? THE CITY OF HARRISBURG.
That well-known and valuable hotel property known
as the
“SUSQUEHANNA HOUSE,”
DOW in the occupancy of Wm. Mocherman. si‘hmto on
the east 'end of Market street, and immediately apposite
the Pennsylvania. Railroad Depot, will be ofl‘ex-cd at
PRIVATE SALE until the 4th of Decembev next, and
if not sold before that time, will be put up at Public
Auction on that any.
This is the most desirable property in the citynl‘ Har
risburg for hotel business. It-s proximity to the Palm
sylvnniu Railroad Depot, and the depot of all the rail
roads centreing 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 he had by applying to
WM. 11. MILLER, Attorney.af-La.w,
North corner Market Square, (W yetlfs Building,) second
story front. oct2-d&wts
N 011011: To SPECULATURS 1 ‘
VALUABLE BUILDING LOTS FOR SALE!
1 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 in au29-d6m JOHN W. HALL.
NOTICE—A parochial residence being
about to be erected with St. Patrick’s Church, the
Rev. P. Maker offers for sale the place wherein he re
sides. Application to Rev P. MAKER or Major BRADY.
May :3. 1860.—my4-dtf
FOR RENT—A Commodmus Two-Story
DWELLING HOUSE, Sn Second street, below Pine,)
with wide Hall, large Baa Building, Marble Mantels in
Parlors, Gas in six rooms, all the roomsjuet papered and
painted. The second story divided into seven roi‘ms,
one of which is aßath. 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,
apl9 Market Square, Harrisburg.
FOR SALE—A Vacant Lot of Ground,
situated in the boroughof Harrisburg, adjoining the
corner lot of the northwest comer of Second and State
streets. The lot has a. front of 66 feet. For particulars
egquire of [jaanO-dtf] ‘ E. G. WILLIAMS.
FO R RE NaT—Two BRLCK TWO
STORY HOUSES on Pine street between Second
and Third; also. Mrs. Oline’s COTTAGE and several
FRAME HOUSES. Enquire of
MRS. MURRAY,
Corner of Second and Pine streets
jnnl’l-dtf]
$0 R SA L E—One Téamster’s Wagon,
two Coal Carts, one large Can't, suitable for farming
purposes. Apply to
, myls
fiemiug fllucbiuw.
THE GROVER & BAKER
NOISELESS
j '\
ll AMILY SEWING MACHINE
is rapidly superseding all others for family use. The
DOUBLE Locx—errcn formed by this Machine is found
to be the only one which survives the wash—tub on bias
seams, and, therefore, the only one permanently valu
able for Family Sewing.
READ THE FOLLOWIN G TESTIMONY:
“Mrs. Jnrrnnsos DAVIS, presents her compliments to
Grover at Baker. and takes pleasure in saying that she
. has used one of their Machines for two years, and finds
it still in good order, makes a beautiful stitch, and does
easily work of any kin(l.”—Washiugtm, D C'.
“It is a. beautiful thing, and puts everybody into an
excitement of good humor. Were la. Catholic, I would
insist upon Saints Grover 8; Baker having an eternal
holiday in commemoration of their good deeds for-hu
manity.”-—-L‘a.ssius M. Clay.
“My wife has had one of Grover &. Baker’s Family
Sewing Machines for some time, and I am sutislied it is
one of the best labor—saving machines that has been in
vented. I take much pleasure in recommending it to
the public.”—l. G. Harris, Gait-armor of flenuemee.
“On the recommendation of a friend, I procured, some
months since, one of your FamilySEWiug Machines. My
family has been most successful in its use, from the
sturt, without any trouble or difficulty whatever in its
management. My wife says it is a. ‘fnmily blessing,’and
could not be induced to dispense with its use—in all of
which I most heartily concur.”—Ja-mes Pollock, Em-
Governor of Pennsylvania.
“The undersigned, CLERGYMEN of various denomina~
tions. having purchased and used in our families GRO
VEB. d: BAKER’S CELEBRATED FAMILY SEWING
MACHINE, take pleasure in recommending it as an in~
strument fully combining the essentials of a good new
chine. Its beautiful simplicity, case of management,
and the strength and elasticity of its stitch, unite to
render it a. machine unsurpassed by any in the market,
and one which we feel confident will give satisfaction to
all who may purchase and use it.”
Rev. W P. STRICKLAND, New York.
Refill. P. RODGERS, D. D., Allmny, N. Y.
Rev. W. B. SPRAGUE, D. D., Albany, N. Y.
Rev. JOHN CROSS, Baltimore, Md. ,
REV. JOHN M’CRON, I). D., Baltimore, Md. ~
Rev. W A. CROCKER, Norfolk, Va.
Rev. JOHN PARIS. Norfolk, Va.
Rev. 0. BARREL, E. 1)., Charleston, S. 0.
Rev. C. A. LOYAL, Charleston, 8. C.
Rev. B. B. ROSS, Mobile, Ala.
Rev. A. A. PORTER, Selma, Ala.
Prof. W. D. WILSON, D. D., Geneva, N. Y.
Rev. W. H. CURRY, A. M” Geneva, N. Y.
Rev. IfiIeIJBNBULL BACKUS, D. D., Schenectady,
Rev. B. W. CHIDLAW, A. M., Cincinnati, Ohio.
Rev. W. PERKINS, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Prof. I. I. McELHENNY. D. D., Gambler, Ohio.
Rev. ENSTEIN MOBBOUGII, Cambridge City, Ind.
Rev.JOSEPH ELDRIDGE, Norfolk. Conn.
Rev. OSMONDC. BAKER, Bishop of M. E. Church,
Concord, N. H.
OFFICES
495 Broadway, New York; 18 Summer street, Boston;
730 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia ; 181 Baltimore Street,
Baltimore ; 249 King Street, Charleston ; 11 Camp Street,
New Orleans; 1'24 North Fourth Street, St. Louis; 58
West Fourth Street, Cincinnati; 171' Superior Street,
Cleveland; and all the principal cities and towns in the
United States.
a? SEND FOR A CIRCULARQ}
mp2B-d&wly '
muting.
ALL WORK PROMISED IN
ONE WEEK!
3.
@QDGESDYE-HOUSE
1 O 4: .
PENNSYLVANIA
STEAM DYEING ESTABLISHMENT,
104 MARKET STREET:
BETWEEN FOURTH AND FIFTII:
HARRISBURG, PA”
Where every description of Ladies’ and Gentleman’s
Garments, Piece Goods, &c., are Dyad, 0195118641, and
finished in the best manner and M. the shortest notice,
1195-11551 e ‘ DODGE 3: 00.. Proprietors.
EFT 0 H & G O. ,
AND .
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
138 WALNUT STREET, PHILADELPHIA,
DEALERS 1N
noun, GRAIN, PRODUCE. COTTON,
WINES AND LIQUORS,
’ ToBAO'CO AND CIGARS.
nov6-d6m
REMO V A L .
- JOHN W. GLOVE“,
MERCHANT TAILOR,
Hanregnovedto
60VM'AREKET STREET, ‘
Where he will be pleased to sub all his friend .
6139.84!“ ‘
WANTED—9S,OOO pounds OLD COPa
PER, for which we v‘rill pay the very highést
mnliez Iprice in cash, at the EAGLE WORKS. ‘
110 - m
JAMES M. WHEELER
RELIEF AND HEALTH I‘o YOUR INFANTS.
We have put up and sold this art! cle for over ten yam.
and CAN SAY, IN CONFIDENCE AND TRUTH of if,
what we have never been able to any of my other modi
cine—NEVEß HAS IT FAILED, IN A SINGLE IN
STANCE TO EFFECT A CURE, when Cindy nied.
Never did we know an inatuee of disentisfmtion by at:
one who used it. On the contrary, all are delighted vi
its operations, and speak in terms of commend-tion of
its magical effects and medical virtues. We speak in
this matter ‘4 WHAT WE DO KNOW,” after ten you-5'
experience, AND PLEDGE OUR. REPUTATION FOR
THE FULFILLMENT OF WHAT WE HERE DI
CLARE. In almost every instance where the infant ll
sufi'ering from [min and exhaustion. relief will be fgnpd
in fifteen or twenty minutes after the syrup in mamma
ered. ‘
Tlns valuable preparation is the preset? tion on?!” of
the most EXPERIENCED and SKILLFfii NURSES in
New England, and has been used with NEVER FAIL
13 G SUCCESS in
THOUSANDS OF CASES.
It not only relieves the child from pain, b)“; invigo.
rates the staunch and bowels, corrects mutiny 2 and
gives tone and energy to the whole system. It ml! Il
most instantly relieve '
GRIPING IN THE BOWEL‘S‘ AFB WIND‘OOLIO,
and overcome convulsions whleh, 1f not speedfl gems.
‘ died, and in death. We believe 1§ the BEST and SEE”!
‘ .REMEDY IN THE WORLD, an all cases of Dunn.
THEY and DIARRHGEA IN CHILDREN, , whether i:
arises from teething, or from my other cause. We won!
say to “’3‘? mother V ho hu 3 Child suffering from any
of the foraging complaints—Do NOT LET you]; pm.
J UDICES, 701!. THE PREJUDIGES 0F OTHERS; stud
between you and your suffer-in child, and the relief that
will be. SURE—yes. Anson: TiILY SURE—to follow me
use of this medicine, if timely used. Full dixections for
using will accom any each bottle. None genuine ul- 5.
the ao-eimile OFOURTIS A: PERKINS, New York, 15
on the outside-wrapper.
Sold by Dmggiltmtlu-onghout the world.
PBIIOIPALOFIIOI, 13 Guns ems“, NEwlYonx.
‘ PRICE ONLY 25, CENTS PER BOTTLE.
seprly.
HARRISBURG BANK,
‘ . Nov 6,1860. }
BE 'Dxrectors of this Bank declared -to—
-2 day 3 dividend of five per cent. for the last six months
—payable on demand. J. W. WEIR, Cashier.
now-din.
JOHN c, HEENAN’S
W / ,
///// «v
W¢flwfiy
RECEPTION FESTIVAL.
AT BRANT’S HALL. HARRISB URG. 0N THURS
DAY EVENING, NOVEfiIBER 15TH.
Upon which occasion he will be assisted by
A ARON JONES, of London,
and NED PRICE, of Boston.
The arrangements will be conducted upon the most
nnexceptionable principles, and will be found in every
respect worthy of the patronage of the elite It is the
intention of the management. of the Festival to present
as nearly as possible, the INTERNATIONAL CONTEST
between Messrs. SAYERS and HEENAN, at anbo
rough, England, April 17. In which, the principals will
give their MAN LY MEETING-S, SO THAT LADIES
AND GENTLEMEN OF THIS CITY can witness the
EXCITING AND CIIIVALRIC EMULATIONS between
the knights and champions of the 24 feet Spsce.
The object of this Fete, indepenflent cf caulk-Hing a.
well-marl teul compliment to the recxpient of the ovation ,
is to allow that portion of the cammnuitywho havcnever
seen a. struggle for superiority of science or strength
between opponents an opportunity of wilznessing the;
modus operandi incident to such events. voul of the un.
pleasant features that too often are attenglant upon a.
personal encounter. » , ‘ , , l
THE CHAMPION AND HIS FRIENDS will appearin
the same costume and diqplay the same colors (a I‘M:
simile of the handkerchief is given above) as were em
ployed at the meeting in England.
Mr. JOHN C. HEENAN WILL PERSONALLY AP
PEAR. IN THE CONTEST.
All the movements and preliminary arrangements and
the entire nmnagementon both sides will FAITHEULL!
REPRESENT THE GREAT CONTEST as it took place
:9? England on the 17th of April last, with the real colors,
c.
Besides this interesting portrayal of the Great National
Battle, Mr. Heenan will sustain me onset or thesevem!
eminent professors in a. series or Sparring Scenes of a.
chaste and scientific character.
The performances will be enlivened b an EKG -
LENT BAND OF MUSIC. y In
To give additional eclnt to this most imposing and
novel entertainment, an engagement has been effected
with MONS. GREGOIRE, THE MODERN HERCULES,
whose astonishing feats of strength are the wonder of
both the 01.1) AND NEW ‘womln. and acknowledged
by 3.11 who have witnessed his miraculous exercisefi. to
be the STROAGEST MAN IN THE WORLD!
The most efi‘ective measures have been made to Srmn'l‘a
good order by the management.
Doors open at 7, commencing at S. '
Tickets 50 cents.
Reserved Front Seats for Ladies and Gentlemen ac—
companying them . ' non-Mt
fllcbiml.
SANFORD’S
LIVER
"INVIGBRATHR,
NEVER DEBILITATES
1‘ is compounded entirely from Gums, and In
becbme an established fat-1:9. standard sfedicmefinown
and approved by all that ' ‘pave use} inn—d isnaw :9
sorted to with confidence; m 3H: 2.11 thauiiseamsfor'hich
it is recommended. 5
sh has cured thousands; O Jwithin the last two you:
whohad given up all hopea' E 4 of relief. as thefimmerous
unsolicited certifiwtes in my pow-Minn e ow.
The done must be adapted} 4 Ito the temp aramento.‘ the
individual taking it, and; m 'nsed in such quantities an
to actgenflx on the bowelm l_ _ ‘
Let the dmtnifeg of your} 0 Judgment gitx‘meycu :11th
:mm: mm 2 153233“
gacks, 1) ysp--p s i a” b lCIln-onic Digrrhoeu,
nmmer 1‘: o m—E ,p aints ysente
ry,Dropss.,Squ-§ Stomach, H bimal
C o sti v encss, Chub: Z iin, Cholera, 01101:.
{a Moerus, Claolerag H .i‘ni antum, F; nun
ence ann icc‘ emaleWen nes
es, and {nay be used sue: 5 geessfuliy as an Ordina
ty, F um il y Medir fl Reine. 1t wflicure SICK
HEAoA c H E, (mi |thousauas can testifys) in
twem )' minutes, If: H ltw 0 or thr e e tea
:gnionmls are taken; b int commencement of at
e . ‘
All who use it anl H Igiving their testimon
y
inits favor. ; 5.: i
MIX WATER IN THE MOUTH WITH THE INVIG
ORATOR, AND SWALLOW BOT}! TOGETHER.
Frice One Dollar per Bottle.
.__-ALSO—
SANFORD‘S
FAMILY
CATHARTIG PILLS.
COMPOUN'DED FROM
Pure Vegetable Extracts, and put up in Giana
Gases, Ail:- Tz‘ylzt, and szl r’ceep an any ch'mate.
ltic PILL is a gentle but
lthe proprietor bu nod in
[twenty years.
inf demand from than
I' L 135, aqd t_he “mlfi'
The Family (Jamar-i
active Cathartic, which‘
his practice more than!
The constantly increas—’
who have long used the!
tion which all express in:
induced me to place them}
The Profession well know!
act on different portiona‘
The FAMILY CA- iTHARTIC PILL Inn,
with due reference to thisl o .well established fact, bou
compounded fmm a varie-: [l7y of the purest V “bk
Extracts, which act alike H [on every part 30f ii: Ili
mentaly canal, and are E good and sail» in u!
cases where a Catlin-tic is, needed, su ch a! Do
:- angeme n I. s of the] m Stomach. Sleepineu,
Pains in the Buck ,nnd Loina, Cunn
ness, Pain and Sore- 4 men aver the whol.
body, from Sudden cold, 'which frequently if 11.-
glected, end in a long m course of Fever, inn of
Appetite, a Creepingi Sensation o f Co [a
over the body, Rest- ‘ lessnen,EnnAonl o:
wnmm' mln mun, all El INFLAMMATOBY 9’15.
EASES, Worms in Obi!» area or Adults, Rheum
tiam, ngrent PURIFIER d of the BLOOD and my
diseases to which flesh in] heir, too numerou- to
mention in this advertise-l o mont. Dose, Ito 8.
Prlce Three Dimes.
The Liver Invigorator and Family Onthutie Pill! In
retailed by Dmgfiats generally, and sold wholema by the
Trade in all the me towns.
S. To W SANFORD, DI. 1).,
Manufacturer and Proprietor, 208 Broadway, N. f.
ffl-dkwh'
nigH‘rlLDfiENh
MRS. WINSLoW,
An experienced Nurse and Female Physician, mount:
to the attention of mothers, her
SOOTHING SYRUP,
v FOR CI—flLDREN TEETHING,
which greatly facilitates the process of teething. by
softening the guml, reducing all inflammation—win
allay ALL PAIN and spasmodic action, and 1.
SURE TO REGULATE THE BOWELB.
Depend upon it mothers, it will give rest to you-" 1",.
and
'regard to their use, hll
within the reach of I.“
3mm dm‘erent Gathuticl
'of the bowels.