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Tao DAILT PATRIOT ANB UNION may be had at
jot's Book Store, corner of Third and Market
PATRIOT AND Ustosr.—The DAILY PATRIOT AND
Plea an be bad by Dauphin subscribers, every
morning, at the periodical store of J. B. FRAM.
Tag MAll,3.—Under the stooge of schedule
different railroads, the time of closing the
malls at the Harrisburg Post Oboe, December Ist,
880, is as follows :
TIONSYLVANIA IL R.
a. m .—way mail,lE.ls p. m., b. p. m.,
Pi ni „l_6.3o A. m.—Way mail, 3.50 p. m., p.
lITORTUBRN CSPTRAL ft. ft.
R ou g.- - 12.1 5 p. in.—way =fag, 9. p.
116,0.-1 p. in.
LnAltint Tr ALLEY E. 2.
1.30 a. in,
DAUPHIN AND DIISQ. E. B.
CILMBERLAND VALLEY R. R.
7.30 a. m. 2 1 p. m.—wav
7 a . To., to Gettysburg, on Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday-7 a- m-, to Jonestown, on Monday,
Wednesday and Friday. 1 p. in., to Lowieberry,
APPOINTMUNT ST TES Govan:gen.—J. N. Jones
I le s been appointed Notary Publics for Lyooraing
co unty. to •residein Williamsport—in the place of
Benjamin . Strawbridge, resigned.
CONFSSUD.—CharIes Loguc, convicted of the
murder of -Tared Lewis, at the recent term of.the
Clarion County Court, has confessed that he is the
man who done the shooting. .11e is *laid to be en
tirely uneoncerned as to his fate.
IT vna LOCIC-11P.—John Mahone and John Wil
son mere on the register of the look-up yesterday
morning as voluntary lodgers. Treated ton break-
fast by Dan Callender, keeper of the city hotel, and
ermined to depart.
Ins numerous friends of Went. John Carson, in
this neighborhood, will be pleased to learn that be
has been promoted to a Captaincy, and will very
shortly be ordered to take charge of. the Cutter
Jackson, off Portland, Maine, to mimed Captain
Tea Cawioic GIILEiD.—It is not too late, we
hope, to pay a just and merited compliment to the
Cameron Guard. On the occasion of their parade
on Tuesday they looked and marched equal to any
of the visiting eompaniesorith one single -map
don, and that is not saying a little, when we take
into consideration the fact that a number of them
made their first appearance in the street after but
two nights drilling. Captain Eyster is certainly
entitled to great credit for his efforts to keep up a
military spirit in our city.
ICY PANEMENTS.—There is an ordinance which
requires people to remove ice and snow from their
pavements, but it is either hard to enforce, or no
efforts are made to enforce it. During the entire
Week many Of the pavement/ have been in such a
condition that pedestrians have deemed it prudent
at times to take the middle of the street. We
should have supposed that.our Chief of Police, who
harm excellent reputation for . promptnees, would
have made it his especial business to attend to this
matter at an early day.
Pstssarrranow.—Col. Die!, • the distinguished
Marshal of the Rotunda, was yesterday presented
with a staff of offnie, - ordered and paid for by a
private committee. The staff is about, six feet
long, surmounted by a hall on which the etars of
the - Union are painted. The presentation took
place in one of the Senate Comm Whit ikooms;and
the presentation speech was made -in -German, by
Senator Schindel- The reply of 'the Colonel was
grave and dignified, couched in the Meet bearitiful •
langnage, abounding in eloquence, and : replete
with patriotism—after the delivery of which, the
Colonel invited his friends to the Brady House to
sample the Monongahela of the establiahm"iint.*
Aw individual out of work and out of Money OW
ited oar town on Sundsy last in search of the
"good times, "
and failing to find them here, a col
lection was lifted in one of the bar-rooms, and be
was forwarded to frarrishurg to see if he could and
them there !—Juniara Register.
This was the place to send him to. Immediately
on his arrival a committee of Wide Awakes,
headed by the - mea who need to oarry the banner
on which was inscribed, "berme bir the bow:lase
and "lands for the landless," waited upon him,
gave him a supper of spring chickens, coffee and
pound cake, and a cheek on the treasurer of the
association for forty-five doffors. Any travelers
similarly situated, will do well to call at the Wide
Awake Wigwam, and make their wants - known,
for did not the good times come as soon as the
telegraph announced the election of Old Abe?
LOCAL Lesmartost.—At the last session of the
Legislature of Pennsylvania, the following act was
passed-, which the public should take notice of:
"That from and after the passage of this aet, it
shall be required that every application to the Leg
islature for any act of incorporation. shall be pre
ceded by a public notice or advertisement of the
tam 4n two newspapers in the city or county for
whydszthelegislation is demanded, if two newspa.
pars iive,pubtished therein, which said publie no
tice or advertisement shall set forth the names "of
the commissioners and incorporators of the bill for
prepoied legislation, and its title; and the same
Mall be published or advertised in said papers be
fore the bill or proposed law shall be presented to
tither branch of the Legislature."
Notwithstanding Mere are men in the Senate
cud House both who voted fur this law, it is evi
dent that it will prove a dead letter. Such men as
toted for it, who now vote for corporation applica
tions not made in accordance with the above sat,
shamefully stultify themselves_ If the makers o£
the laws themselves violate them, we certainly
shouldnist' hold those accountable who violate a
law without knowing it.
Tan Fans Or Oemer.. 7 —Under acts of Agsembly,
Prothonotaries or , Clerki.or the Supreme Court,.
of Courts of. Nisi Prins, Courts of Common .Pleas,
Oyer and Terminer and quarter fletsions, Orphans'
Courts, District Courts, Registers of Wills, Rector-,
dere of Deeds and Notaries Public, of this Coot-
Montrialtb, are required to "keep or cause to be
kept a fair and accurate account of allfoes received
by them Air services performed, and annually :fur.
slab s copy of - such account, - upon oath or. affirms.'
lion, to the Auditor General, who shall proceed to'.
examine the account so furnished by the officers
aforentid and whenever the amount of any -of the
said - aimbunts shall exceed the sum of fifteen hun
dred dollars, the Auditor General shall charge-the
said-offieers respectively 50 per cent.on the amount
of sunk - , excess; which sum, so charged, 11111411
paid into the, Treasury for the use of the Common
wealth." By the act of Assembly of April 22,
1857, the taxes above provided for, with others,
are approPrinted tp the Commissioners of the Binh.
ig Fund, "for thirpurpose of paying the present
indebtedneesiand-the -interest thereon, and such
farther indebtedness as hereafter may be con-
tracted on the part of the Commonwealth." By
the report of the Auditor General on the hiltless
" the Commonwealth, for the year ending
November 50, 1860, just submitted :to the Legis
lature, it appears that from all the officers
throughout the commonwealth, taxed as aforesaid,
the whole amoun t of tax paid into the State Tiea
aurnas the excess of fees over fifteen hundred dot
huoi.reeeived by the above-named office's fur,tall
yietw,isite , the- g um of fourteen ....ossits two,Lyn-
skid and ttvs dollars and sinety-four cents.
Lrxaas Intma.—We copy the following items
from the Lykenetowa Jourraegl-of yesterday -
New Sunday Be/tool.—The Episcopalians of this
place and vicinity are endeavoring to establish a
Sunday school, the first - meeting of whi..h will be
helot at Mr: Dalps'inichnolliouse - on Sunday next.
The Lykens Valley Coal Cettipany's mines have,
we learn, been leased for a term of years to Mr.
Henry Thomas, who, for several years past, has
been operating the Short Mountain Company's
property. Mr. Thome. has also secured a renewal
of his lease from the Short Mountain flomPooY , s°
that he controls the present supply of Lykens Val
ley coal. As we presume the quantity of coal sent
to market will be considerably increased, there
will he probably work enough far all the old mi
ners t.f both companies and more; the principal
changes will be in the employment of a few less
bosses and superintendents.
Owing to repairs being made on the Plane, there
was no coal shipped from this region last week,
Waehiogtoule Company.—Tbis volunteer
company, whose re-organization and rapid pro
gress we have chronicled within the past „Tear,
seems destined to endure many ups and &writs.—
Instead of presenting a creditable appe..rattee on
parade at the Governor's Inauguration on Tues
day, as we hoped it would, the company has in
formally disbanded itself. The reasons fey this
action certainly present our citizen soldiery in an
unenviable light, and , the epithet "fair weather
soldiers" has been, if the reasons assigned are cor
rect, fairly and dishonorably earns d. It appears,
from the best information we can obtain on the
subject, that, several weeks since, Captain Malden
received orders to have his eompany ready for
service at any time their services might be re
quired. These orders were read to the company,
when mach excitement arose and several expressed
a desire to resign. Subsequently, an impression
became general that the real object of attending
the Inauguration of Gov. Curtin was to go from
Harrisburg into service against the secessionists at
the South. This created a panic, and the pri
vates, with three or four honorable exceptions,
withdrew from the company.
As by the Militia law, a heavy fine .is placed
upon a Captain for failing to report his company
in obedience to orders, Captain Deaden found him
self in an uncomfortable *postion, and rather than
suffer for the fault of others, he and the other com
missioned I ifteers sent in their resignation, to the
Brigade Inspector. These resignations were aecep.
ted by that officer, (Maj. taunenschlager, - ) but it is
thought would not be accepted by Brigadier Gen
We have no desire to comment on these facts.
They speak for themselves. In justice,'howerer, to
Captain Douden, we must say that no blame at
taches to him, and that we do not see how, in the
circumstances in which he was placed, he could
have acted otherwise. Captain Pouden IN we are
glad to learn, actively engaged in efforts to raise a
company that shall be able and willing to stand by
its colors in foul weather as well as in lair.
Whatever may be thought of the policy of
" placing the State on a war footing . ," there is no
question as to the ability of our young men to raise
and maintain a volunteer company that shall as
voluntarily face service es the late company has
shirked the prospect of it.
Iv is curious, says the Hartford Times, to see
the bitter old enemies of Gen. Jackson, with one
accord, suddenly vieing with each other in the
noisy parade of their alleged love and honor for the
old Hero. This love, if real, has been carefully
hidden till now. The hills of New England echo
with the reverberations of eannoolired "in honor of
Jackson," and the Black Republicans take pains to
inform the public that they are having a band •in
it. Of Massachusetts' aetionoontinues the Tinzeiti
"This Massachusetts Governor, like the great bulk
of his party, comes from the old anti. Jackson stock,
and thousands of those who now act with him were
engaged in propagating the "coffin handbill" slab
der and other lies fabricated to iojure the General
in the daye of hie politioal aetivity. Were the old
man living now on earth be would talk in thunder
tones to the Northern Nullifiers who pass laws to
obstruct the 'execution of the fugitive slave act,
and who are acting in concert at Washington with
the extreme fire-eating Dlsunionists. Such politi
cians presume, for party effect, to 'hurrah for Jack
son !' The idea is enough, one would think, to
make the old Hero's bones move in their coca,"
This equally applies to our own State. It is
quite refreshing to hear Senator Smith, who was
one of the Anti-Masonic members of the Legisla
ture in 1838 now praising Oen. Jackson. The
leading members of the Republican party pursued
him with the bitterness of fiends to the brink of the
grave, and some of them even maligned and Oa.
duced his memory after death. Especially will
Our readers remember this to be the ease of an at.
!ache of the Harrisburg Telegraph at the time Gen.
Jackson, who so vilely libelled the dead hero that
the butchers in the market refused to sell the li
beller meat ! This sudden love for the dead hero,
by these who tradaced him-while alive, is ebarae
teristio of the Opposition.
lizeurv.—That 'beauty is the normal state, is
shown by the perpetual effort of, nature to obtain
it. Mirabeau bad an ugly face on a handsome
ground ; and we see faces every day which have a
proof that we are all - entitled to beauty, should
have been beautiful, if our ancestors had kept the
laws, as every lily and every rose it is well. But
our bodies do not fit us, but caricature and satirize
us. Thus, short legs, which constrain us to short,
mineing steps, are a• kind of personal insult and
evutumely to the °frail; and lung Stilts, again, put
him at the perpetual disadvantage, and force him
to stoop to the general level of mankind. Martial
ridicule§ a gentleman of his day whose counte
nance resembled the face of a swimmer seen under
the water. Saadi describes a schoolmaster "so
ugly and crabbed that a sight of him would de
range the ecstasies of the orthodox." Faces are
rarely true to any ideal type, but are a record in
sculpture of a thousand anecdotes of whim and
fully. Portrait painters say that most faces and
forme aro irregular and unsymmetrical; have one
eye blue and one gray; the nose not straight; and
one shoulder higher than another; the hair un
equally distributed, de. The man is , physically as
well as metaphysically, a thing of abrade and
patches, borrowed unequally from good and .bad
ancestors, and a misfit from the start. A beauti
ful person, among the Greeks, was thought to be.
tray by this sign some seoret favor of the immortal
gods ; and we can pardon pride when a woman
possesses such a figure that wherever she stand§
or moves or leaves a shadow on the wall, or sits
for a portrait to the Altai, she confers a favor on
AT a meeting of the Mount Vernon Hook and
Ladder Company, held in their hall on Wednesday
evening, January 16, the following preamble .and
resolutions were unanimously adopted:
WHEREAS ' The members of the Mount Vernon
Hook and Ladder Company have heard with emo
tions of profound sorrow of the death of a young
son of Mr. Jacob Walters, residing at the Corner of
Third and North streets, in this city, by the run
ning over of his body, with a sleigh, driven 'by
one of our members, who, in company With others
of our company,anil several gentlemen of the Em
pire nook and Ladder Cotop,,ny, of Philadelphia,
who were our guests at the time of the occurrence
referred to, while driving on North street to the
country; and as we should give fitting expressions
to the sentiments of grief which affect all our
hearts alike in this groat calamity F therefore
Resntved, That we, as a company and individ
uals, with the members of the Empire Hook and
ladder Company, who were present at the time of
"the unavoidable occurrence, deplore° the event
which has filled the hearts of the bereaved family
with a sorrow inconsolable, and robbed an affee.
donate father and mother soddenly of an endearing
Retraced, That we trtidei tbe family of the de
ceased our heartfelt sympathies in this their boar
of great efilietion, and, as an earnest of ttqe. yse
am attend the funeral in a body.
,Resolved, That our Secretary be instructed to
forward a copy of these resolutions to ;be family of
the demised and hare thent publiebedln thridaily
_paPer.s_of thil city_ - -
patraet front thyminuten • • - .-"' ••
J. A-. CARMAN' Seeln
THE AMOUNT OF TOBACCO ON THZ GLeBIL:=T1110
present, annual production of tobacco has keen es
timated ,by as English writer, at 4,000,000,000
pounds! This is smoked, chewed and snuffed.
Suppose it all made into cigars, 100. to the pound,
it would produce 400,000,000,000. Four hundred
billions of oigars ! Allowiag this tobacoo,uumanu
factured, to cost on the average 10 cents a pound,
and we have $400,000,000 expended every year iB
producing a noxious, deleterious weed. At least
one and a half times as much more is required to
manufacture it into a marketable form and to dis
pose of it to the customer.
MIDDLSTOWN AFFAIRS —We clip the following
items of news from the'Dauphin Journal of yes
terday : •
Rnbbed.—We understand that Mr. George
of this place, was robbed of some eighty dollars, on
last Tuesday evening, while returning from the
Revival —A most interesting revival of religion
is now in progress at Highspire, about three miles
from this place. A large number of persons have
been converted. The meeting is under the charge
of Rev. A. Snyder, of Middletown. •
Fronts Ooer.—The Susquehanna and Swatara
rivers were both frozen over so that they could be
crossed on foot, on last Monday. This is the first
time they have been perfectly ice-bound this win
lee.- - There was splendid ice on the Swatara on
Monday, but the late thaw has almost rained it.—
Our ice dealers should have secured their supplies
in time. •
THE INAUGURATION OP MR. LINCOLN: while the
talk about secession and civil war is kept up, and
half the world seems to have lost their wits, the
preparations for the Inauguration of Mr. Lincoln
are going quietly forward. The President elect
will take the oath of office at the Federal Capitol,
as usual, and be will be greeted by the sheers ef
hundreds of thousands of people.' He will wear,
on the important oceasioni an elegant suit of plain
black, from the Brown Stone Clothing Hall of Rook
bill & Wilson; Noe. 603 and 605 Chesnut street,
above Sixth, Philadelphia.
A LLnoa Lot , OF GCODS received to-day, suitable
for presents, which will be sold off much below
their real value. - 60 dozen of Hem-stitebeff and
Grass Linen Ilandkerci;iefei,M 20, /5, 37 and 60
cents a piece ; 100 Sets of Collars atid - Sleifiss, di 7
reel. from New York auction . , at very low priest ;
Gents' Plain- and Bordered Linen Handkeroliletei
beautiful lot of Lace Curtains ; Chenille Soarfil,at
121- and 25 cents, 10 pieces of Cassimere 'for pants,
10 pieces of Cloth, for Cloaks; 25 pieces of all
kinds of Flannel; 2,000 yards oflest bieWit -Mus
lin, for 10 cents; Woollen Socks,.l6„ 20 Cents;
Undershirts, Drawers, 50, 62, 75, and ii:gmatinitay
other bargains. S. Lawr„ .
. Rhoads' Corner.
NA T U , R A L M.A.G•TV I •
Suppose a ems. Suppose YOU Sitio iitaidYi red, white,
grizzly, or flyunieg yellow Jude: . Suprsiefmou. prefer a
light brown. a rich dark brown,er a,raybnblaalt:
you apply (if you are *iiej .
• . C .. • •
:E .0 El 4 I - 0. Rs D y
and in ten minutes your mirror shows you
WaND 8,R1 7 VI. , TR ANSFORMATION!
Every hair that &few - moosente.bal woman an unsightly
Mel:night 041nellket w
head of air" la tho exclamation whenOvist yoisaniover.
The difference between 'L. _ .)
11:ZY„.4.N.D. THE .EE AE7 - '
Was not more attiktag.then that . between .a 'gray or. red
head * state. of aptati..aud one 'which this fititicitit
dye has been applied. Manufactured 'by J. OBI13141:-
DOR% S 6.60 r liquo,AierrorX; • f' , 1101 4 1 imirrwhitiri and
Hair Dreams: ..• . p,ionthatwtm
' - /broil t Ishlepencreak Nne York, .illy 28,'1859 •
• Giani..- . 4lnr advertising Column! contain' some teati '
monies to the . velure of a new article known an ~,i4eild...
leg% Proparedalna,iiiieelitlte honookoaparii forniendlitg
furniture: It is prepared with eliensicale biethinliit in
kept' in, the proper ecriditleiFfpk , twin ate nee ,
chemiciihi evsporatiniaseedtriloWle. pliiidaanSing
the gine to harden . ' We can Minh* eiti eadere W;tinia.
article haa.the encelientiohrentilogieal cinsiliWof 4 goilite
idhesiveriescil , ,--
Nor Kale by Li. A. lIANNYA IT, No. 3 Jones' Bow
THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEHILL-Sir
James Mertes Celebrated Female Fills, prepared from a
preserip`ion of Sir J. Marie, M. D., Physician Extraordi
nary to the queen:
• This invaluable medicine is unfailing in the Wilt of all
those painful and dangei ous diseases to which the female
Constitution is subject. It moderates all excess and re
moves all obstructions, and a speedy cure may be relied on.
TO HAMM LADIES
it in peculiany suited. It will in a short time bring on
the monthly paritul with regularity.
Each bottle, price One Dollar, bears the Government
Stamp of (treat Britain, to prevent counterfeits.
MOB' PILLS SHOULD NOT BS TABBN BY FEMALE; DOSING
ranFlßll TWINE ht•iNTild or PBBGNANOY, AB MST ARC
MOM TO BRING ON MIBOASIRIAOM, BUT AT ANY Olgikli TUBB
THEY ASN adv.
. . .
In all oases of Nervous and Spinal Affections, Pain in the
Back and Limbs, Fatigue on slight exertion, P el
the Heart, Hysterics and Whites, these Pills Will r ffect a
cure when all other means have failed, and although a pow
erful remedy, do not c.ntaia rcal,,calothel, antimony, or
anything hurtful to the constitution.
Full directions in the pamphlet around each package,
which should be carefully preserved.
N. 8.-161.,00 and 6 postage stamps enclosed to any au
thorised Agent, will insure a' bottle, containing ever 50
pills, by return mail.
• For sale by O. A. ItAinivairr, Harrisburg. jy'T-dawly
II ELMBOLD'S GENUINE. PREPARATION Cures Gra
il vei Biadder; Dropsy, B.idu Affddions.
LI ELM .4OLD , d °MUMS Preparation for Notions ant
LI ELM Wolf ulo claiming Preparation for LOP PoWer,
Cl Lon 01 Memory.
HDIALBOLD'S Genuine Preparation for Difficulty of
lilt tniathins, Goners]. Weakness.
ELMBILD'S Genuine Preparation for Weak Nerves ?
Horror of Death Trembling. •
EfETAlDlLV3ilennine Preparation for Night Sweats,
Cold Feet, Dimness of "Vision.
HILLMBOLIPS th nuin Prewation for Lanynor, i Di
versa( Las, ilnde of the-Musonlor ocoooro.
i KLMItOLDno 121-nnioo Prep kration foe rafiu iJounto
',..• nonce s od
Eruptions: • •
fELMROLD . B Ci.innine Preparation for Pains in tie
Mirk, liKulache, Sick IStoinach.
ErSee adrartisement headed •
• BELAWADI ViTURT Wen'. •
in another minium .
PURIFY YOUR BLOOD:—BRANISREYE'S
PILLS WasaANTIID TO CURS Paves AND: AQUI —The
effect of purging with IiIiANDRETH'3 FILLS is tore-
store the health, no matter from what cause it piny
suffering. They take out all impurities from the sys
tem; and they have the same power of expulsion over
mimeo, poisonous vapor of decayed vegetables, or indeed
any poisonous exhalation, breathed by man whatever,
In fact, if the blood is poisoned, it is impure, and im
pure blood result. in disease.
though innocent as bread, yet they are capable of puri
fying the blood and curing dieettee. 80, they cure all
'kinds of fevers, all astlnas,' catarrhs, restiveness and
painful affections of every kind.
Sold, price 25 cents, at N 0.291 Canal bet, New York,
and by all Druggists: ' Also, U DELL, owner
of Second and Chestnut streets, Ilarrlitirg, and by all
respectable dealers in medicines de9-ddswlm
WE call the attention 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 FOOD FOR TDB BLOOD, already
prepared for absorption; pleasant to the taste and natn
ral in action, and what one gains he retains. Let all
those, thee, who are suffering from poverty, impurity or
deficiency of blood, and eonaerently with some chronic
diseaae or ailment, take of this Bioon FOOD 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. Ii,TON'Et INF,BTIFB CORDIAL, which every
mother should have. It contains no paragoricor opiate
of any kind whatever, and of course must be invaluable
for all infantile eemplitiuts, It will allay all iwin, 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. '
112 - Bee. advertiseinen!.. - ' antfiddcW3adi
, lead, this's • •
he fo llowing is an, extrapt (rpm I letter written- '
II Pad& of the Baptist Church-- tnthe .Tuurnai and
"Messenger, 'Cincinnati; Ohio, rind" 1 /Peekil 'Ir °1 "" i n •
favor of that world-renowned .MOdikeimeTTURIL.WIIIV:.
.0!• 7 11 800Villiti SYRUP . FOR CUILDREN TRICTRINOC.
" We 5ee..611 advertisement in your oolania.;ot; Mrs.
Winslow's Sontliingfiyrup.- Nan we • never said N ward -
in favor of.a.A. i enh Nionlicineliefore in our life, but we
feel compelled `to say to your readers, that this is no
hninbug—wa MAIM 1111160.1 T, AIM KNOW IT•wohrs4l4: sr.
( ..111,11iiii. It' In. "Orialtiiiblf, one` Of ' flip . rin(Ot.
. medicines of the'ditY, beearibe it is one of 'the best: - Mid
thipse of *our readiiii4eho have babies can't do better
Win to lay in a irapply.
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An experienced our.. and female physimaii, - haisi Booth
-114 Syrup for children teething which greatly fading,
the proms, of teething by *Owning the gums, reducing ar
allay ail pain, and is sure to regulate
the bowels. Depend' ern- it-mothers, it will give rent to
yourselves, and relief and health to your infants. Par -
hotly age in all caiws. gee advertisement in another 'mil '-
Dr. Broom'Pa coocentrated Remedies.
No I. THE GREAT REVIVER, speedily eradicates all
the evil effects of 8111 L- AOM as Low of Memory,
Shortness of Breath,iiiddineas, Pairetatioo of the Heart,
Dimness of IN:o4,'cii Rae constitutional otizeocorcenta of
this system, brought on by the unrestrained indulgence of
the passions. Ams alike on either sex. Price one Dollar.
No. 2. THE BALM will cure in from two to eight dadlii
any case of tiONOKREICS t, is without taste or smell, and
requires no restriction of action or diet. For either sex.
Price One Dollar.
No. 8. THE TEREn will care in the shortest possible
time, ant (1:1180 of GLE & T, even after all other Pemedie ,
have tailed to prattles the desired effect. No taste or smell
Price One Dollar'. .
T 1 E PIINI TER 18 the only Remedy that Will
madly cure Strictures of the Urethra. Nu matter or how
lung mending or neglected the case may be. Price One
N. 6. THE SOLUTOR will mire any case of GRAVEL,
permanently and speedily remove all afflictions of the
Bladder and Kidneys. Price one Dolllr.
No. 6 YOB p IiTIOULARI KKK UIfICULAB.
No. 7 THE AMA BIN wilt cute the Wh•tes radically,
and in if much shorter time than they can be removed by
any other treatment. In fact, is the Only remedy that will
really correct this (Reorder. Pleasant to take. Price One
No. 8. THE - ORIENTAL PASTELS are certain, Safe and
speedy in producing MENSTRUATION; or correcting any
Irregularities of the monthly-periods. Price Tao Dollars.
• No 9. FOR PARTICULARS SER CIRCULAR.
Zither Remedy sent free by mail en receipt of the price
annexed. Enclose postage sterns arid get a Circular.
Da G I ro u 4 -41 1 1 1 D st e rtre t e 9 P rt ri b T - Ate s tifile ra 4O ur l o y f o v rk or A k ve A na ve e n , u f e lki e l n a d .
For sale in Harriaturg only by 0 A. BANNVART: where
Circulars containing valuable ivformst en, with full de.
set , ptioxia of each camiwill be delivered gratis. on anal
dation. Addreas DR. FISLIX BRUNOII i
P. O. Boit 99. PidlidelPlita, Pa.
IMPORT ANT .T.O FEMALES
DR.. CHEESEMAN'S PILLS.
The combination of ingredients in these Pills are the
result of a long and extensive practice... They are mild
in their operation, and •Sertain in Correcting all irregu
larities, painful menstruration, removing all °Witte,
tions, whether from cold . or otherwise,. headache, pain
in the side,palpitation of Ike heart, whites, ail ner
vous affections, bLysterics, fetrviv pain thb back and
limbs, &c., disturbed sleep, which arliie from Inteirup:
Lion of nature. . - - '
was the commencement of a new ars .in the treatment
of those- irreguldrities and obstructions which have con
signed so Many thenamide of the' young, till beautiful,
and the beloved to li.EltalltATORII Nofemale can
eeloy good health Oleos she to,regular, and whenever
an obstruction takes place the general health begins; to
DR. CHEESEMAN'S PILLS
are the moat effectual remedy ever known for all own.
plaints peculiar to FlifflAitl. To all awes they are in.
Tliey, ereto, thoualumill,. who have used . them at
different periddictliroma k ouktlie country,-having the
4411AD:sit ofielEie or the moot erniaent Physiciaas ie
Aw and . .
_ actiona u ss4lang. to , a tah4m ,the y
shmad ItOt bil . ,llso,;(4aesqlww each box—the Pries Ons
Dollar eat/tbox, conuliesingforty Pills.
A valuable Pamphlet, to be had free, of the Agents.
Pills seat by mail - promp, the by enclosing price to the
General Agent. 80411,y,druegusts generally.
14:11.`NUTO/UNGRI, Osikeral Agent,
, 14 Broadway, New York.
Sold in Narelaborg by CI: BANNY/1112.
, 1 59.414tw1y. . .
1 T . :::: : WI',14:x17 x , ... Aix - ::Y . 0 u.
1t...--E.4r:D. 7. : 1 .:T-11 I S ..
IT WILL PAY Y0I1:
OBSERVE WHAT I SAY !!
IT WILL PAY YOU
TOR A VISIT TO
HARRISBURG ! ! !
TO SEE AND MALE YOUR ktERCE(ASES
FROBiTHE LARGE, HANDSOME
' AND FASHIONABLE STOCK OF
READY MADE CLOTHING, CLOTH,
CASSIMERDS, VESTINGS AND
GENTS' FURNISHING. GOODS
NOW EXPOSED AT THE WELL
KNOWN ARCADE, WO. 3 JONES ROW
AVAILING MYSELF OF THE
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 CIITTOR AND TAILOR,
I AM NOW READY TO MAKE
CLOTHING TO ORDER IN TIM
MOST FASHIONABLE STYLE.
I WARRANT A FIT OR NO SALE
DUO DE MONTEBELLO,
HEIDSINCE & CO.,
GIESLER &130 , •
AIUMM & CO IS,
in store said fin- salt by
JOHN H. 377IGLIti,
de2o 73 Market street
GEO. I'. BOLTON, isorincron
This old established Howse haying chsage4 Rai*
during the present semen, has undergone extensivedis
prorientents and been thoroughlY RENOVATED AND
BEFITTED. We feel confident that it is now not
owl to any in the State lon the teoreferfs and 'COMM
f iienees which pertain to a First Class HoIeL janl2-tf
A. T COS Tl.ll
DOTTVED WINES, BRANDIES,
LIQUORS OF EVERY .DRSCRIPTION!
Together with a complete assortment, (Wholesale and
retail,) embracing everything in the lino, will be sold at
cost, *MOW r454r1 , 4-'
Jan/ • - • Wli DOOKi St. i AG CO. •
fIICKORY WOOD ! !---A.surmuoit Low
jut repeived, and for sale In quantities to soft par
chagers, by , ',JAMES M. WHEELER
Also, OAK - AND PINE' constantly' Ori Reid - at 'the
lair - est prison. • • • ..• • -
BOARDING—Nts . tariCuAt
street, below Third; is prepared to aecommiedate
- number of BOARDERS 'in' the tiest sruhtlier, and st
suitable prices.. _ , • 'de,2o•aod.lts •
17RIANGTON 11EliR►N( - '!,
r iaceived'b,* LiOCK, Ja., k CO.
~ . .
4,IICHKFF,ER'S Bookstore .is the. Place t k . buy Hold Pena—warrarnowl
Tip U C.K: WFtE A T MFIA L' Faris
Quatrry,ii iindpite bne!.just receited 'Rad
fOr sate by Dau9l ; WM. DOCK. ei Co.
f 1411,1,E1V$ pat& S'IAIN i p,ace
to boy mtouoiim 1 - 15
TT is compounded entire
1 become an established fact, a
and approved by all that"'
sorted to with confidence K,4
t is recommended
It has cured thousands
who bad given up all hopes
unsolicited certificates in
The dose must be adapted
individual taking it, and
to actgently on the bowels,
Let the dictates of roar
use of the LIVER IN
will cure Liver Com..
Summar co m
Costly eness, Chai
m Morbus, Cholera
es, and may be , used sue
rTr Family Medi-
twenty minutes, If
spoonfuls are taken
All who use it are MI
MIX WATER IN THE MOUTH WITH THE INVIG
ORATOR, AND SWALLOW BOTH TOG - ETHER.
Price One Dollar per Bottle.
Pure Vegetable Extracts,' and put up in Glass
Cases, Air Tight, and will keep M any climate,
The Family Cathar-i „: tic PILL is a gentle but
active Cathartic, which ' WI the proprietor has used it
bis practice more than ,n twenty years
The constantly inertia- ."5 lug demand from thou
who have lone need the ,A PILLS, and the anew,
UM which all o:preim in 1 " regard to their me, has
induced me to place them p.ie within the reach of a ll. .
The Profession well know„ that different Cathartic,
act on different portions ble of the bowels.
The FAMILY CA- THARTIC PILL has,
with due reference to this ri well established fact, been
4:impounded from a earls- '”" ty of the purred Vegetable
litraista, which act alike .11 en every part of the ell
mentiur canal and are L., good and safe in all
t a cathartic is needed, such ap Der
rang em cuts of the m Stomach, Sleepiness,
Pains in the Bitch ' 1 and Leine, Cagier,.
siess, Pain and sere- al ness over the whale
body, from madden cold, -4
whichfreqsently, if. ne
glectedt end in a long ow course of Fever, Lees el
Appetite, a Creeping Pe Sensation Of C•ld
over the body, Rest. lessness, HEADAOBII, 1)1
W2lOlllll TEM HEAD, all . E!I INFLAMMATORY DIS
EASES, Worms in Obi] dreg; or Adults, Rhenium
tine a great PURIFIER eq of the ISLOOD and many
diities to which flesh ie heir, tho numerous to
mention in this advertise- 0 meat. Dem, Ito 8.
Price Three Dimes.
The Liver Intel:ma:tor. and; Family Cathartic Pills are
retailed by Druggists generally, and gold- wholesale by the
Trade in all the 4.me, supra. , „ ,
S. T. W SANFORS, M. ID.,
Manufacturer. and Proprietor, SOS Broadway, N. Y.
i77-Mtwie - , • • • •
An experienced Nurse and Female Physician, preemie
to the attention of 'mothers, her
SOOTHING .- S - YRUP
FOR eiIItDREN TEETITING,
which greatly facilitates the proem of teething, by
softening the puns; redueing all inflimmatiOn—will
allay. ALL PAIN and spasmodic action, :and is . •
SURE TO REOULATE TEE BOWELS.
Depend upon it moPiers, it 101 4 1 give rest to yourselves,
itEureit AND HEALTH. TO YOUR INFA.N73, ,
We hoveput up and sold this artile for over ten years,
and (JAN EAor,IN CONFIDENCE , AND IBUTIL of it,
what we have never'been able to say of any other medi
cine,NßYEß, HAS IT ,Yeittri,, IN A BINGY.B. IN
STANCE! TO EFFECT. A CUR L when timely used :.
Newer ad 'we know an infitinee ditopiiisOioilou'biimly
one who used it, „Onti,e,contrary,.ellaredelighted,With'
its, operations, and speak in terms of commendation of
its miglital erects and Medical virtuei. IVe epeiiie in
this matter' ; !WHAT krE KHOW, , t after ten y ate'
experience, AND PLEDGE 013 ft ..hE PUTAII9E :FOR
THE :FIILFILTAENT 71Y AT WE :HERE
CLARE. In almost every Distance Where the infant it
suffering .from pain IMO exhaustion, relief will lie found
in fifteen - or twenty minutes alter the syrup is adminis
This valuable preparation is the prescription of one of
the most EXPERIENCED and SKILLFUL NURSES io
New England, and has been used with NEVEM, NAIL.
ING SUCCESS in
THOUSANDS OF 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 COLIC,
and overcome couvalsiMia l whicn, if not speedily resna
died, end in death. We believe it the BEST and SUREST
REMEDY IN THE WORLD, in all camels of DYSEN
TERY and DrArtEaccii IN Curti:4lEN, whether it
arises from teething, or from any other cause. We would
say to every mother vho has a child suffering from any
of the foregoing eomplainta—DO NOT LET YOUR TRE
JUDIcirkNort TUE PREJUDICES OF OTHERS, stand
between you and your suffering child, and the relief that
will be SURE—yes, ABSOLUTELY SURE—to follow the
nee of this medicine, if timely used. Full directions for
using will accompany each bottle. NoneVerinine unless
the tae-simile of cuRT r E k PERKINS, New York, AS
on time outside wrapper.
Sold by Druggists throughout the world.. .
PRINCIPAL OFFICE, 13 CEDAR STRICT . Nirir Yoi L.
PRICE ONLY 25 CENTS PER BOTTLE.
A LARGE AND WELL SELECTED
STOCK OF BRANDIES,
PINET, CASTILLION & CO.,
BISQUET, TRICOCHE & CO.,
JAS. HENNESSY & CO.,
OTARD, VOMIT & CO.,
J. £ F. MARTELL,
JOLTS ROHM & CO.,
MARETT & CO.
FOR SALE BY
JOHN H. ZIEGLER,
decl3 73 MARKET STREET.
ortragtisNl, LADTEP wad GENTS° CHAIR% and
a great variety of CABINET FIIKNITURE suitable for
HOLIDAY. GIFTS at reduced prires Also a new lotOf
COTTAGE EIIBNITTIEE sets. E-r `
JAMES R. BOTD SCiNc •
Z 9 601ttl4:01*PIO
AISINS, CURRANTS, CITRONS, &c., &e.,
topther with OKANCiL , S, LEMONS, DRIED
FRUITS,. CRANBERRIES, and a Variety of
Articles suitable for the o : 9 . g loat
received by Ldeo.l WA. lioCit, JS.,
MESSRS. CHICE.ERING &CO.
HAVE - AEVAIN OBTAINED THE
GoLD:It E D A L!
" AT THE '
MECHANICS' FAIR, BOSTON',
OVER SIXTY COMPETITORS!
Wareroom for the CHI.OKERING PIANOS, at Harris
burg, at 92 Market street,
0e22-tf . , W. NNECANO MUSIO,STOitk,'
T E'W A 'ET - , 4, , „g . '
RECTIFYTNG DISTILLERS ,
WiIOLESALE DEALERS IN
BILANDIF•St• WiI.N;ES, ;
SCOTCH, IRISH, OLD :Hu AND BOURBON
NO. 103 MARKILVeII,II44O,
del2) /4 - 4,11.!0T , 5.E1 Ur j GriiPA. (dam
TpxTßkinstiosit-ietg ED ...HAivi
• 11;4 . ert6--7 /;]l5 - LEW,B JpigIa:ATOCII.;;
; L - I , Jf!Ei- - . , • , •4. if
I y hem Gums, and ba
itandard Itledieme, known
have tuied it,and is new re
in all titediseasesforwhia
within the ieet two yes , '
of relief, as the numerolli
my regeession show,
to the temperament of tt e
used in such quantities as
judgment guide you in the
VIGOItATOR, and it
plaints, Sill us At.
plata ts, Dysente.
Stomach, H . bitual
le, Cholera, Choir.
int F *tit.
Female W ea k a ese
1 cessfaliy as an Ordina.
It will cure SICK
thousands can testify ! ) in
two or threeTett.
at commencement of •at
giving their teatimeny
W. jg„ & 00.
Lints of C.rauel.
WINTER TIME TABLE
FITE TRIM DAILY TO & FROM PHILADELPHIL
ON AND AFTER
MONDAY; /%OVEMIt.EIt 211TH ; 1860,
The Passenger Trains of the Pennsyliania Railroad ONG
pany will depart from and arrive at Ilarrhobarg
Philadelphia as follows:
THROUGH RXPREHEI TRAIN leaves Harrisburg alk
2.40 a. m , and arrives at West Philadelphia at 6.60 a. as„
PAST LINZ leaves Harrisburg 'at 12.56 p. m., an!
arrives at West Philadelphia al 5.00 p. m.
NAIL TRAIN leaves Harrisburg at LIB p. m., and 614
riven at West Philadelphia at 1020 p. m.
These Train' make close connection at Philada/Phill
with the New York Lines. •
AOCOMMODATION TRAIN, No.l, loam' Harrisburg
at 7 . .80 a. m., rum; via Mount Joy, and 'raves at Walt
Philadelphia at 12.30 p. m.
HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION leaves' Mania
burg at 146 p. m., and arrives at West Philadelphian
6 40 p. m.
ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, No, 2, leaves Ilarripbum
at 6.25 p. ni., rung via Mount Joy, connecting st
villa with MAIL TRAIN Rant for Philadelphia.
THROUGH EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Philo,l4lplkis.
10.50 p. in., and arrives at Harrisburg at 3.10 a. In.
MAIL TRAIN leaves Philadelphia at 8.00 •. m., as
arrives at Harrisburg at 1.20 p. in.
LOCAL MAIL TRAIN leaves Harrisburg for Pittsburg
at 7.00 a: m.
PAST LINE leaves Philadelphia at 12.00 noon, and at*
rives at Harrisburg at 4.10 p. m.
HARRISBURG 'ACCOMMODATION' TRAIN lam/
Philadelphia At 2:00.p.-m., , andarrives at Harrisburg at
7.84 p. zu.
ACCOMMODATION TRAIN leaves Philadelphia sdi
4.00 and arrives at Harrisburg at 9.46 p m.
Attention is tailed to the fact,:thatpaesengersiondia
Philadelphia at 4 p: in. connect. at Limonite'. *nth I -,
MOUNT JOT ACCOMMODATION T141%41111
ilitirrritiog 'id 4.45 . p. 3u. • ••-;•• • • ••• -•
. BARTJEL D. TOIFSEI4:
Supt. Ran. Din. Penn'a lientealt
NORTHERN CENTRAL RA/LWAY.- - ,
. • ''. fl - 0 - ' ' •
: 011 - A Edit kiiitt't.
A . . • .
ON AND AFTER MONDAY; NOVRMBER 262.1,1914,
the Passenger Trains of the Northern Central mon" •
will leave Harrieburg as &Rowe ; . ,r , •
ACOOMMODATIMI leave at.. 3.
RXPRESB TRAIN will leayelit 7.40 a. se. ,
MA/L.TPA/N wi. ll .l l !lrve . .. .••••• • • • • • Locciiiin.
GP/ 14 70 - . :
MAIL ThAIN will lex,. at.......••••• ---r •• . 1 .400 F•44..t
BXPREI3B TILUN•wili kayo it 816 p•Jiirk. •
The only Train reeminigai letirirg
e ACCOMMODATION TRAIN Soutb„. at 8.00 lb. m.
For further Information epplynt theoillege, in Penn.
IraniajinilrgAS Depot. --JOHN W.lll.l.lr . Agenh.
November 25, 1860.—n024 •,.
N EW AIR LINE ROUTE
Shortest in Distance and !Widest
. 4„ Tjoie
BETWEEN THE TWO CITIES Or '. 7 .
NEW YORK' A.N D'AtAREASBURG,
READING, ALLENTOWN AND EASTON
MORNING EXPRESS, West, leaves New York at 9
a. in., arriving at Harrisburg at 1 p. m. , orey
between the two cities.
MAIL LINE leaves New York at 12.00 noon, and at.
rives at Harrisburg at 8.15 p. m.
MORNING MAIL. LINE, East, leaves Harrisburg at
2.00 a. arriving at New York at 6.20 p. m.
AFTERNOON EXPRESS LINE, Easti leaves Ilarri
burg at /.1b p. in., arriving at New York at 9.40 p. m.
Connections are made at Harrisburg at 1.00 p.m. with
the Passenger Trains in each direction on the Pennsylva
Ida, Cumberland Valley and Northern Central Railroad&
All Trains connect at Reading with Trains fOr Putt&
villa and Philadelphia, and at Allentown for lliueh
Chunk, _Easton, &e.
No change-or Passenger Cars or Baggage between New
York and Harrisburg, by the 6.00 a. in. Line fro= New
York. or the 1.16 p. in. from Harrisburg.
For beauty of scenery and speed, comfort and ILCCOIS .
this Route presents superior inducementa
the traveling public.
Fare between Now York and Harrisburg, Furs Doaassis
For Tickets and other information apply to
J J. CLYDE, General Agent,
WINTER ARRAN GEMENT.
ON AND AFTER DEC. 12, 1860,
TWO PABBINGRB TRAINS LRAVR HARRISBURG.
DAILY, (Sundays excepted,) at 1.00 A. M., aid 1.16 P.
M., for Phibideplida, arriving there at 1.26 P.M. ) Eng CID
RETURNING, LEAVE PHILADELPHIA at 8.00 A IC
pad 3.80 P.M., arriving at Harrisburg at 1 P 11. ano 8.13
P. M. .
'ARM:—To Philndelpllia, info / IN Aro i NO, Si
(in samelrain) *32.16.
PARES:—To Readlur 81.80 and 11.80. •
At Reading, connect with trains for Pattern:S i MUSS
rifle, Taman*, gatawissal
10178 TRAM LEAVE REARING POE PHILADEL.
PHIA DAILY, at 6 A. N., /0.45 A. M., 12.80 noon and
3.43 P. M.
L8A172 PHILADELPHIA VON READING at 8 A.
0.,1.00 P. Id., 3.30 P. M, and /.00 P. 1...
PARES:—Reading to Philadelphia. 81.76 and 81.45.
THE Id3RNIHG TRAIN FROM HAERISETIEG CON
NECTS AT READING with up train for Wilkeiderir
htilltPD and Senunton
for through tickets and other information apply to
J. J. CLYDE,
REDUCTION OF PASSENGER PARIS,
ON AND AFTER MONDAY, APtt IL 2, 1864
COMMUTATION TI CKETS,,.
With 2 coupons, talued betireins any Plante
.desired, good. for' the holder and any member of his
family, in any Passenger train, and
.at any time--at 11/
per cent. below the regular fares. •
, Parties having occasion to mad Unalaska friquenilyoa
business or pleasureorill .fied the above arrangement
convenient and er'reorniial as poor Passenger truing
run daily each wry between Reeding and Philadelphia.
and Two Tager. er*.7,betirepri leading, Pottsville Bet
Ilarrisburg, 9' licAlaye, only one morning train Dowim.
and one arberr ti gin between Pottsville mad
phibigelphlii Sae' no Passenger train on the Lebecuig...
Valley Ilavrit. Railroad. '
For thr above Tickets, or an) Information reistit
thereir apply to 8. liradford, Na
Treasurer, iad ,
Wa r t e the respective Ticket Agents on the line, or tit
G. A. NICOLL/I, General enp't.
lfarea 27, 18(10.—ricutt.dtf
- H & 0 0
SIIIP AGENTS •
188 WALNUT STREET, PHILADICLPRIA,
1 'Maims IN
WINES AND Liquona,
.T 0 B ACC•D' AND i Oa:ARR.
n0:646m . . . .
'LI L. GODBOLD, ' PRAMIO4I4, TUN=
VIANOS - %1111c1:0D.ZONO. Acl*.
ears RNTAltri - Or
,it • orderiiin ruidry Old ilt loft A mit', itratc,BEs -
'MUSIC STORE, ft EfarleeVigttleot.' or. at HllHniaika.,.,mi '
HOTEL Al) orders Ideit titiiibOliesmmedlitstr es ‘ ru s .
m eerwitp - preldiritgkEtTed n - I" "", , , , ..i.h.,,ALkrp
Fir,. alma PI.ANOS for sab.: : '. : soPo74,r' -
• i Vir 'WO er f' extra lot of Ditlkaor j .,
i i n i i • , .., Ati
t/ BEM' Nitteebivid by 21.1.11
.„, i ? i'''' 6 it, 'ii`iti- kl• .:s .1 . .0t ti.A:ki..ist.
kJ at'ariii igaiiia 40:faeroolomot of v 9f; -
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