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Tog DAILY D .. ATRIOi AND UNION may be had at
Jackie Book Store, corner of Third and Market
PATRIOT AND 131410 N. —The DAILT PATRIOT AND
IMION can be bad by Dauphin subscribers, every
morning, at the periodical store of J. S. FRAIN.
Tus Herts.—Under the change of schedule on
the dilfeient railroads, the time of closing the
wails at the Harrisburg Post °Moe, December let s
WO, is as follows:
PENNSYLVANIA R. R. -
N ej a.-7 a. m.--way mail, 12.:5 p. m., 5. p. m.,
Trot —6O a. in.—Way mail, 3.50 p. m., 9 p. m.
NORTHgAriI CIINTRAI. R. B.
SOUth.-12.15 p. m.—Way mail, 9. p.
Norrk-1 p. m. • -
LIJIMION 'VALLEY B. B.
7.30 a. m.
DAUPHIN AND SIISQ. R. B.
Mt - BERLAND VALLEY R. R.
7.30 a. m, 1 p. m.--way mail.
7 a . i n., to Gettysburg, on Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday. 7 r. ut,to Jonestown, on Monday.
Wednesday. and Fiaay. Ip. to Lewisberry,
LOCAL BILL liessao.—The bill authorizing the
Commissioners of Dauphin county to borrow money
was taken up in the Senate on Monday afternoon,
said passed finally.
ltsruntanow.—The commissioners of the county
yesterday ;efused to pay the Mayor's, justices' and
osostables' fees for the arrest and
vagrants. They are either acting , in bad faith
;rind a plain law, or under bad advice, let it
!am° from where it will.
STATE CENTRAL COMMITTER. — A meeting of the
Democratic State Central Committee will be held
in the Supreme Court Room this afternoon, at 3
)'clock. A large, if not a full turn out, of the mem
bers is expected. A large number have already
arrived, and many are expected by the trains at
A3l EEPENSIVIC SUIT FOR TWENTY CENTS.---MY.
David Phillips bas just recovered a verdict of six
!eats from Mr. Michael Martio,a conductor on the
Eidson River Railroad, for ejecting Mtn from the
arc io consequence of a refusal to pay his fare.
he original Cum in controversy was but twenty
eats, and already the costs of the suit have
ached $l,OOO. The ease is to be appealed.
Simms Pt - rm.—The following is the formula
f the most effioaeious of pills in the sleeplessness
f bypochrondiaes and hysteric persons, and indeed
fall persons Buffering from nervous affections : As
skald% one drain sulphate of morphia, three
rains; into thirty pills, one or two at bed-time.
'rout , two to four of these pills daily are of great
se in relieving the dry cough_ to which nervous
roman with irregular menstruation are liable.
RUN ON THS SAVUMS BANKS.--BUMOTO from
Philadelphia yesterday, stated that
, there was a
moral ran on the savings institutions of that eity.
much for attempting to get, an act smuggled
through the Legislature compelling depositors to
give three Months notice before they can draw out
amounts over 8100. Before the bill becomes a
law, lOW, Tiny, of them will have any deposits
Con. .Aannswr HoPmss.—We had the pleasure
of taking by the hand yesterday our old. friend
Col. A. Hopkins, the founder of the Harrisburg
hum, and at present editor of the Brie Observer.
During his brief stay he Called npon many of his
old acquaintances, who were" right glad to get a
glimpse of his jovial countenance again. He tells
us that he is pleased with his new location, and
espeots to live for some time to come in Brie.
ARREST or A DESERTER.—Yesterday evening
Chief of Police Radabangh arrested a deserter . from
'Uncle Sam's rendezvous, the Carlisle Barracks,
named Bigler Jerome Montgoftery, and put him in
the lock-up. The order for his arrest was issued
by Major Graham, and brought over by private
Van Horn. Mr. Montgomery will be very likely
to go back to the place from whence he came by
the first Cumberland Valley train that leaves this
LACKAWANNA AND BLOOMSBURG R. R.—At an
election held by the stockholders of this company,
on Monday, the 14th, the following officers were
President—Cot C. P. Wells, of Athens.
Directors Wm. Swetland, Wzn. C. Reynolds, D.
G.Driesbaeh, E. M'Neil, John Brinbin, Moses Tay
lor, Win. E. Dodge, John I. 'Blair, Thos. F. Ather
ton, Joseph H. Sorantea, N. Clapp and R. Gay
Dr. Clarence H. Frick, of Danville, died at hie
residence, in that borough, on Monday morning
"s. The Amerieun tays t
Dr. Frick had labored under disease contracted
in Mexico ever since hie return from that country,
at thiVelose of the-war. lie went with the Colum
bia 9aards from"this place, as Lieutenant, and on',
the dea*o- 1 / a pt...Wiliioh succeeded to the nom.
mand ~l isniiveura brara effieer, and was thhole he,
loved by - hia brethren in arms. He leaiera wife,
revere' iblldren sid alitrge circle or re/ativel and
friends, to mourn his departure. •
Barons wag MAYOlL—Leonard Wilt, William
Smith, Ohed Miller, John Beaker, Michael Smith,
and Phillip Otto, were turned out of the leek-up,
where they had sought refuge, yesterday morning.
They were all working their way by easy stages
to the east,- and all of them mewitaniott--one a
brewer, another a cabinet maker, a third an up
bolsterer, and pne of them a shoemaker; on his .
way to Lyn:: : All of them complained of having
been out of work for a long time, and expressed a
willingness to do almost anything to keepaiml and
body together. : •3 • •
AN Emma 11,44LirA7 'avant-tort Fon-fizoi , grzret
RAILWAY Cams.—Mr. James Higgin, of )(snakes
ter, England, has brought before the public-an in
rends! for controlling railway trains that be as.
lames will do away with the use of the COMIDOn
brake now-used. • The wheels of the cars are made
nithoutilanges, and of a great diameter 3-the bodiee
of the cars are only about four inches above the
rails; the parts of the ears immediately gkinye the
rails are provided with plates of iron, with project
ing flanges at one or more parts fitting within the
rails, such projecting flanges serving the purpose
of the flanges now used on the wheels. When it
is desired to stop the train, the ears are lowered
bodily, by means of shafts, wheels and screws, or
other equivalent devices, to bring the places above
referred to an the rails.
The locomotive, tender and cars are - connected •
by shafts to snit ,hie couplings, and the gearing for
low er i ng t h e eaptiuges_on to the rails is brought
within convenient renoh-of ithl3 engine -driver anti
°f the conductor or other , appointedporson on the
train. The ears are . lowered. and iaised clear of
the PAM by an' auxiliary 'steam-engine or other Max AND ANIMA LS .—Row japorior are .me n in
convenient machinery. In cm! !"?`
_axle should intellectual and moral , qualities, to. the animal cre-;
break, or other accident occur, to bring one of 'tbc 'ation S For example,. let a bird discover a store of
4 / 1 suddenly to the raiiS, the apparatus. for lower . . 'seeds or fruits, and the foolish thing goes and topg
lug the other cars is instantly and- antomatioilly of his good fortune, and all the birds in the neigh
brought into operation by means of a spring or borhood flock to enjoy it. Even a little ant will
istesa9li p.pparatus, Whi c h je poro4yupon",l4 . tbe! la; foringlis whole tribe to feast upon if; neiviyidii. e .
_Motion produced. The said :r 'ph( I 'UP hovered daintyi i• But let a man ilineeveyli'iujise a".
fnotion a pparatus may t h e be in e t enieeflo t i „ gotd,_or any kind - of valottblercasure a j id
the stalling iever.of the locomoti7e, tn , 1 43, 1 1 . 1/ s t—r r" , _ ig "-k r i te )l s7p 6 ez h e im o se A lf oodita lte 1 7
atg affroPni°ll°B6lll:'Land ta"
Kum at the same thus.
.tqlnies, are told of oil in
the vicinity of Paritertibtarg) Va. It is stated that
on one tractof laud,,nearstitat,placeitme and - alialf
miles long, there are three oil wells in operation,
one of which, the "Ratitbtute," yields three hun
dred barrels per diem. It takes one hundred and
thirty coopers to keep it in barrels. One other
yields forty-nine barrels daily, and another twenty;
two others are ready for their engines, and are
assured of a generous yield of oil. The last well
finished is owned by hle. Lewellen. At the depth
of one hundred feet two inches he struck a vein of
oil, which forced his boring tools out of the. well.
Then followed a stream of oil the fall aim) of the
orifice, three and a half inches, and it was forced
into the air full fifteen feet. Two workingmen
seized a plank, and endeavored to cover it, but the
oil forced it out of their hands. They finally took
the sinker, and wrapping it with rags, forced it in
the orifice, arid weighed it down. This well, with
out pumping, will y ield a barrel of oil a minute.
The last number of the Franklin Citizen contains
the following: "A fountain well was opened on the
Buchanan farm, on Saturday week, which has
thrown Oilville and the mouth of Oil Creek gener
ally into a feverish state of excitement. It yielded
during the first week, without the aid of a pump,
about 550 barrels of oil, about 25 or 30 of which
were wasted before the well beeline manageable.—
Curtis do Co., the fortunate proprietors, have cer
tainly made a grand strike.
The Snapp well, near it, again overflowed, on
Friday last, and threw out some 50 barrels before
it stopped. The Wadsworth well, also, started
another overfi 4W on Friday night, and on Saturday
was still yielding at the rate of about forty or fifty
barrels in twenty-four hours. It flowed in waves,
or regular pulsations, at intervals of about Ave se
lends. The blowing of this well was as strong,
and loud as blowing off of steam on a steamboat,
and could be distinctly heard half a mile. 'lndeed,
this entire section seems to have been recently vis
ited by an oil-quake of great severity, An eye
witness vouches for the truthfulness of these ac
The Spectator says the steamboats Venango,
Echo and Leclaire had on freight for Pittsburg,
when they left Franklin, about fifteen hundred bar
rels of oil.
FAMILY ESTIMATES_.WhiIe there are families in
which there exists a preposterous over-estimate of
the talents and acquirements of their several mem
bers, there are other families in which the rifle
bullet has glanced off in the opposite direction,
and in which there exists a depressing and unrea
sonable under-estimate of the talents and acquire
ments of their several members. I have kaown
such a thing as a family in which certain boys,
during their early education, had it ceaselessly
drilled into them that they were the idlest, stu
pidest and most ignorant boys in the world. The
poor little fellows grew up under that gloomy be
lief that they are very bad. At length, happily,
they went to a great public saheb' ; and, like roc
kets they went up forthwith to the top: f their
classes, and never. lost their plaies there. From
school they went to the University, and there won
honors more eminent than had ever been , won be
fore. It will not surprise people , who know much
'of human nature tole told that-through this-bril
liant career of school and college work the home
belief in their id/eness and igaorance continued
unchangedr and.hardly at its end was the toil-wiirn
senior wrangler regarded as other than an idle and
useless blockhead. • Now, the affection which
prompts the under-estimate may be quite as real
and deep as that which prompts the over-estimate,
but its-manifestation is certainly the less amiable
and pleasing. I have known a successful author
whose ielatives never believed, till the reviews as
sured them of it, that his writings were anything
but contemptible and discreditable trash. .
MASONS ON THE Calais.=The Masonio fraternity
of New Albany, Ind, held a meeting on the 15th,
and addressed a long letter .to their brethren
throughout the Union. The whole letter breathes
but one Sentiment —that of love for the Union.—
l'irom it we'make the following patriotic extract!
• The influent:le of love is potent, and a Mason's
love, snowing no East, no West, no North and no
pouch, can it not—ought it not—be used, and used
eneeessfolly, in removing the difficulties by which
we are environed, and bringing together, as breth
ren, those who now are at variance with each
other? The glorious structure of our Government
was raised by men, many of whom we, as Masons,
have delighted to pall brothers. lie who was first
in war, first in peace, and first in the hearts of his
countrymen, we hail by the endearing appellation,
Brother George Washington; and shall we not use
soma exertion, make some sacrifices, grant some
concessions, and • use every means of conciliation in
preserving and perpetuating t%at•te the formation
of which our illustrious' brethren pledged, their
lives, their fortunei and their sacred honor? As
Masons, we bave' been eitarge4 "to be true to cur
government and just to our country," and shall we
not use•all: our influence to see every just caw for
discontent:removed, that united, free and happy,
Pturibus Miura" may steadily'advinee in oivil
icatiOn, and all the blessings whieh flow front am
ity and concord.
Let our motto, then, brethren, as Masons, he
"concession and conciliation," in a spirit of bro
therly love, asking nothing but what is isonstitu
tionally rl i iiti,SUbmitting to nothing pat is wrong;
but wishing to surrender everything but honor and
constitutional rights for the safety and preservation
of our beloved Union.
ANGRY Larrans.—An angry letter is much
fiercer than an angry speech. There the words
remain scorching, not to be explained away, not to
be atoned for,by a kiss—not to be softened down
by the word of love that may follow so quickly
upon spoken anger. This, at least, should be a
rule through the letter-writing world„that no an
gry letter be posted till four-aid-tweaty hours shall
have elapsed since it was written. -We all know
how absurd is that other rule •of -saying the alpha
bet when you are angry. Trash ! Sit down and
write. your letter; write it with all the venom in
your power; spit oat your spleen at the fullest; it
will do you good. You think you have been in
jured; say all that you can Bay with all your poi
soned eloquence, and gratify yourself by reading
it while your temper is still hot. Then put it in
your desk; and, as a matter of course, burn it
before breakfast the following morning. Believe
as, that you will then have a double gratification.
An UNFAVORABLE SEED Tuns IN ENGLAND.—The
i•Ondoa correspondent of.the National Intelligencer
under date of Deo. 13, writes '
To the short comings and losses occasioned by a
bad harvest has succeeded a very unfavorable seed
time. The long continuance of wet weather has
caused wheat-sowing operations to be almost en
tirely suspended, until the best season for that im
portant business is fast passing by. This makes
-the prospect of the next harvest almost as bad as
that of the present year. This would be a grie
view affair for both growers and consumers. It is
almost generally admitted that the product of the
last harvest fell one-third below an average. The
general climate of England has been, during the
year 1860, very much like that which the . High
Peak of Derbyshire is said to be- favored. with—
"nine months' rain, and three months' damp wea
EDITORIAL Cosivesmore.The annual meeting of
the PennegtvaniaEqitoriq Uniota will behold in
Fulton hall, in the city of Lancaster,,on WOEI3II
- the 26th of February next, at 24 , o'clock p.m.
Important businesi will be transacted, and it is
hoped. that there*will be a full attendance of the
members, and editors generally thr(Mghout the
State. An election will he held foe offieors for
the ensuing year. MORTON M'MICIIAEL,
J. H. PULESTON, Secretaries.
L. 11. DAVIS,
Tun ULTIMATUM Or. SOUTH CAROLINA.—South
Carolina has laid down an ultimatum that will
hardly be complied with, or that if complied with,
will scarcely afford satisfaction to her sister States.
The fact is, every day seems to complicate political
matters, and many people have determined to cease
racking their brains for a remedy for a disease
which seems incurable. The great ultimatum of
good taste, elegance and economy is, that all men
and youths who would dress well, should procure
their garments at the Brown Stone Clothing Hall of
Rockbill it Wilson, Not. 003 and 005 Chestnut,
above sixth, Philadelphia.
UNION RESTAURANT.—EIegant salt oysters, pigs
feet, tripe, Laaer'e RealAing ale, lager beer, and
other refreshments, at all times, at Burkhart%
uhder the Union House, Market street.
AN INDUCENEMT. —Oar fr ieud, John Paulis, wit
have in market, on Saturday morning, a dressed
boar. Those of our citizens who are epicures, - can
gratify their appetites by calling at his stall. The
bear will weigh three hundred pounds dressed.
MITOBELL'S ATLAS FOR 1861.—We direot the at
tention of our readers to a notice in another col
uum of to-daP's UNION, of Mitchell's New Atlas,
which is now before.the public. This work is both
the cheapest and best now before the country, and
from Mitchell's acknowledged capacity for produ
cing accurate maps, in which he has been engaged
for the last forty ysars, it is destined to take pre
cedenee over all other maps now before the coun
We are requested to say that Mr. J. F. Jaggus
who has taken rooms at Mr. Jackson - Fleming's,
opposite the State Capital Hotel, is now canvassing
for the work in this city, and is prepared .to 'fur
nish the citizens of Harrisburg with the numbers
they wish to procure. lw
LARGE ARRIVAL OP NEW Goons—The Metope,
Goods Offered Yet.-2,000 yards Canton flantiel at
10 cents, . worth 12 cents. 2,000 yards bleached
4-4 muslin at 10 cents, worth. 12 cents . 100 Pe
beautiful new style print at 10 cents, worth 12
cents. 50 Pe print at 7 and 8 cents, worth 12
cents, warranted fast 'color. 1,500 yards of un
bleached muslin at 10 cents, the- beet ever made
for the priest. 1,000 undershirts and draworto at
50, 62 and 75: cents. Socks and ladies stocking's a
large .variety.: Our whole 'stock ;of *Wei. goads,
such as Shawls, De Mines, Pant Staff; Cloth and
all kinds of Flannels.l- will sell off at cost. Now
is the time to get bargains, S. LE* . s . ,,at Rhoadie
old'eCtricr. - . Jan22t.
SP .E' Cat NO TICE'S.
117- WARRANTED IN ALL CASES xff
D it A: lt V o. s
onnoko THERMAL VDMILLE PILLS
For the prevention and Cure of all those•difliculties to which
the fe male ustem peeitiigt ly liable arising from
sTorPAplc pi? NAT B.N. DR;VDS PlO.loT4Off, • •
These: Pitt flew ai.o v been *low?i to fail 'oh, tp the
dere foots - hare been strictly follow d, .curd they. are
saf tO'tAks by thcmost•d#icaee.
TO MARRIED . IiAjDIES thrjare.,pertionlarlY. ream
mended; Ali.thy, prevent :difficulties And restore , nature,
no'matier from what.cause.tbe.obstruption may Ati9o; A
few dsiis in moat esies Wil."Produee the 'desired eft 04 and
althou,h'fo poWeifal,'yet no injury ail; ever result from
their use. our theme who . are pregnant.stioult. not
them do they'haie an react contrary w 1411 1 11170. Pawplikii
detailing toe r vi rtnet. with num °room certitiCates from. Well
known physicians aid apothecaries, can be had on applica
tion to ihe" agent, who will send the Pills, if desired, by
inail„post-paid, to any address, on receipt of the money.
Soh in boxes oontlitling sixty pills.--price One Dollar,—
by all the principal druggists and dealers, and by DYOTT
& CO., wholesale agents, North Sedond sir et, l'hitodel
WE call the attention of our readers to
an article advertised in another column, milled 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 roe. THB etoon t aiready
pi-epared for absorptions pleasant to the taste and natu
ral in tuition, and what one gains he retains. Let all
those, then, who are suffering from poverty, impurity or
deficiency of blood, and consequently with some chronic
disease or ailment, take of this BLOOD FOOD and - OD re
stored to health. We notice that our druggists have
received a supply of this article, and also of the.world.
renowned Dr. EATON'S tar ANTIFIE 00111D181, which every
• mother should have. It contains no paregoric or opiate
of any kind whatever, and of course must be invaluable
.for all infantile complaints. It will allay all pain, and
soften the virile in propel's of teething, and at the , same
time tegnlate the bowels: , Let, aU moths and mmeg,
who have endured anxiety days and sleepless nights,
procure a supply and be at once relieved..-
;11J' See advertisement'. snitr-d&tr3m
. . .
brim the Indepoterreist, IVeto York, July 28,11159..
.cOlunuts oontalo acme leAtik
monies to the value of a new article knoWn
inglsPreParedeline,?!isefultii houSekeepieii kir Mending.'
furniture. It is prepared irith'eheinicals, by VI-bleb:ola
kept in the proper condition for immediate .use, the,
chemicals evaporating as soon amt it is applied, leaving,
the glue to harden. We can assure our reader , thitihfe,
article has the excellent phrenological quality of fgarge:
ailhesivenees.” • • • •
For logo tb.,7 Q, A. BANIVAIIT, No. 2 Jones , IROir
Suppose a case. Suppose you have sandy, red ;white,
grizzly, or naming yellow hair. Suppose you prefer a
light brown. a rich dark•brown, or a raven black. Well;
you apply.(if you are wise):
0 11,18 T ADORO'S
EXCELSIOR •HA:IR DYE!
and in ten minutes yourmirrOi shciwe you
WONDERFUL Tit A NSFORMA-T,1.0N!
Every hair that's fewinonienta ben ore was an iinaiirhtly
blemishi is' now'an eleirmit o , braiativ. l ; A Mitgiziflotint
he.d of hair" is the exclamation whenever you uncover.
The differenCe betweerk - - -
BEAUTY AND THE BEAST'
was not more striking then that beteeen a gra,ror red
bead in a state of nature, and one to which' this fainene
dye 111111 been applied._Mannfactured by Gti:isTAL'
DORO, 6 Astor House, New York. Bold everywhere, and
applied by all Hair Dressers. jan9-d&wlns
Dr. Bruuon's Concentrated Remedies.
No. I, THE GREAT REVIVER, speedily ersidleates aq
the evil effects of SELF-RillMS, as Loss of Memory,
Shortness of &math, Giddiness, Palpitation of the Heart,
Dimness of Vision, or any.coostitntional derangements of
the system, hronght op by the unrestrained indulgence of
the passions. setifalike on either sex. Price One Dollar.
No_ 2_ Till BALM wilt cure in from two to sight doss,
any ease of GONOIO3IIOIA, is without, teat.) or smell, and
requires no rustrictiono action or diet. for either sex.
Price One Dollar. ' ' *
No. 3. THIS TREES willeure in the shortest possible
any ease of elEva, even after all - other Itemedie•
have lailed to prolvice tlie/doitiroii effect. No taste or Smell
Price One Dollar. - '
No. 4 THE Pi:MITER is the only Remedy that will
really cure Strictures ef• the • Urethra. No matter of how
long ..tending or neglected the ewe may be. Prioe One
No. 5. TIIB SOLUTOR will cure any ease of GRAM,
Permanently and speedily remove all afflictions of the
Bladder and Kidneys. Price One Dollar.
No. 6 FOR PARTICULARS BEN CIRCULAR.
No. 7 THE AMARIN will cure the Whites radically,
and in a much shorter time than they can be removed by
any other treatment. In fact, is the oulyremedy that will
really correct this disorder. Pleasant to take. Price One
No. 8. THE ORIENTAL PASTILS are certain, safe and
speedy in producing MENSTRUATION, or correcting any
Irregularities of the monthly periods. Price Two Dollan.
No 9. FOR PARTICULARS SEE CIRCULAR.
Either Remedy sent free by mail on receipt of the price
annexed. Enclose postage stamp and get a Circular.
General Depot North-East corner of York Avenue and
Callowhill Street. Private Office 401 York Avenue, Phila
For sale in Harrisburg only by C. A. BANNVART. where
circulars eoptaining . valuable informat ea r with full Ile
scrptiotedet eat dust., will lid doggers& gratig. On lapel
eatluer• --.Bo ll Alegr - Dit , ..BBLIX.BRUDIONw" ,
." • ' • P. O. Sex 09.
• .Mothera 4 read '• •
The following I. en , iixtroet• from or letter..written by :
e pastor a -the: Baiiktiett'Clbuith-to-the *.lOsiriutt Jahr/ -
Messenger. Cincinnati, Ohio, and speaks irolufithilii i
;favor :of twbrithrenoWnid medielffirj-Maiii • r o t ' ,
LOW'S 800T11311110SVII0ProA.ViiiiMaiNVIreffilitit, • 1 ' - •
" We. adei ain Shvottiieiment in youti &dialing of Sire._
,Wim"w's SontSinriktruw - N.w we nevor_sotd,ao Word,
,sra foyor,gif ajakient . ii*li 0)0400 In butiwW
Psi „to,:to your rendfriras A4ui
atiff It', AND KNOW IT To Ili A l lot pm
basins. one_ of the. most SIN , •
t h ediclneo_of . the iina.ltagansa lirl# oll €l 9 t 2i t i te - tad
hOst-ipt wia hives -batifini IS
t an to lay ins supply. A la • 3' Validll4loll,3
THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY.—Sir
4111tesCI*141'6.0910brated )tamale Pile, prepared -f m
prescrip'ion of Sir J. Clarke, M. D., Physicianitstraordl
nary to the Queen.
This invaluable medicine is unfailing in the tole of all
those painful and dange.ous diseases to which the female
constitution hanbiaat, It ma d ara taa all saws and re
moves all obstructions and a speedy cure may be relied on.
TO idADRIED LADIES
it is peculiarly suited. It will in a short time bring on
the monthly perind.with regularity.
Each bottle, psi cu One Dollar, bears the Government
Stamp of Great Britain, to prevent counterfeits.
THIESS PILLS SHOULD NOT BE TAKEN BY NUKALBS DURING
TEN FIRST THREE, P 44 /NT tid.or PREGNANCY, AS THEY ARE
SURE TO BRING ON MISCIARRIAOB, BUT AT ANY OTHER TINS
THEY AEI SAYS.
In all cases of Nervous and Spinal Affections, Pain in the
Mick and Limbs, eatigue on slight exertion, F.lpitation of
the Heart, Hysterics and Whites, these Pills will e ffect a
cure when allother means have ftiled, and sithOugh a P°l"
erful remedy, do not contain ron, calomel, antimony, or
anything hurtful to the constitution.
Full directions in the pamphlet around each package,
which should be carefully preserved.
N. 13.-1,1,0 u and 6 postage stamps enclosed to any au
thorized Agent, will insure a bottle, containing over 50
pills, by return mail. •
For sale by H. A. BANNVART, Harrisburg. jy7-dawly
Superseding CIIBEBB, OOPATBA, °Amu. 88, or any compound
that has ever barn before the pm ple. It has been used by
ONE lIT.INDEN is PHYSICIANS,
In their private practce, with entire success, in all cases.
SELLS SPECIFIC PILLS,
- - - - .
For diseases of a pr or ate nature ; a ru-e is y per
formed in a week, and entire confidence may be placed in
there. This remedy is a newly discovered specific, mord
.active and speedy in its effects than Diboll's pr Copaiba
' Mona. The pitta ere ha. f the 'Mee of Capsules; and 'icier
nauseate the stomach, or impregnateethe breath. Six doSen
pi is ,n a bnx , price one dollar, and will be sent by mail,
pole-pew, by t e agent, on receipt of the money.
Sold by all' the principal druggists and dealers, and by
DY.OTT & 00., wholesale agents, North Second street,
N OW WITHIN REACH • OF ALL
DROVER & BAKER'S
495 BROADWAY, NEW YORK .
The public attentiou is respectfully requested to the
following cards of Maas Howie, .Ta., and the Ciirovaa do
BAYER S. M. CO.:
A CARD FROM THE GROVER f BAKER S. M CO.
Our Patents being now established by the Courts, we
are enabled to furnish the Guoven & BAKER Machine,
with important iinprovements, at greatly
" RED UCED PRICES!
The moderate price at which Machines, making the
GROVER & BALER stitch, can now be had, brings them
within the reach of all, and renders the use of Machines
making inferior stitches as unnecessary as it is unwise.
Persons desiring the best Machines, and the right to
use them, must not only be sure to buy Machines making
the aIIOYSR & Began stitch, but also that ouch Machiapi
are made and . r:ttimied under.oar, patents and d thoie of
Emig Hours, YR. . .
(}ROVER & BAKER S. M. CO.,
495 Broadway, Mao York.
A CARD FROM ALIAS HOWE', JR
All persons are 'oanifoned not to mike , deal' in; or use
any Sewing Machine . . which sew from tiv;,epo oho and
make the stitch kibirn ai the tiao;rsn'to Ra sa _ stitch,
unless the same are purchased from the ;GROVER &
KKR Sewing ,iiachine CoMpeUy s 'or their Agents, or Li
comma, and stamped, under my patent of September 10,
Said Company, and their Lieenees, alone, are legally
authorized under their own patents, and my said patent,
during the extended term thereof, to make and sell this
kind of Sewing Machine, and alt others are piracies upon
my said patent, and will be dealt with accordingly,
wherever found. .
la' SEND FOR A CIRCULAR,
esp2B4l/kwl7 • , •
IT WILL PAY . YOU
IT WILL PAY YOIJ:
OBSERVE WHAT I SAY ! I
IT WILL S PAY YOU
TO SEE AND MAKE YOUR PURCHASES:
FROM THE LARGE, HANDSOME
AND FASHIONABLE STOCK OF
READY MADE CLOTHING CLOTH E
6A.SSIMEICES, VESTINGS AND
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
KNOWN ARCADE, NO. 3 JONES ROW.
AVAILING MYSELF OF THE
ADVANTAGES WHICH READY
CASH. PRESENTS, I OFFER ALL
GOODS AT . IO 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 MARE
CLOTHING TO ORDER IN THE
JACKSON & CO.'S
NO. 90X MARIEWT STEN.NT,
Where they intend to devote their entire time to the
130 . 0 TS AND SHO.ES .
Of all kinds and varieties, in the neatest and most fash
ioas.ble styles, and at satisfactory prices.
Their stock will consist, in part, of Geottlemfes
Calf apd Patent Leather Bootownd Skase,lahteatAdem;
lafdfes l and plisses' . Gaiters, and ether Shoes in groat
variety; and in fact every*ng.colitnected with ; the .
617.5T011 , 1E4i WAX will be putionberly ittended,to,
and in all Gates will satisfaction .be.yr,err4o44.
fitted up by one of the kett,tnakers ceunqu.,
lie I°4M:ogee:l ex.perionce of* undersigned, and.
their therougli. knouled e busineea will they
trasi i silicleut k guarantee. to the.. paNic :that Om
will do th.im justice, and furnish them an article the!:
:will recommend itself for utility, eheapnew, and
JACKSON; ; dc CO-.
ftU C Ic W.ff E,4 T. M 4 A.L !—g4p;t4k `
'ILI QueLtlx,fn - . 12k an 4 25 lb Ili!iiiiijggt recei*ed - E.Fi4
Toil salesby • • .••- f fit tag"' .. WBE.'DOCIC, .I?e4 it' CO "
~ , ..
prf.l42lrEti. 8 Bookstore ;iir the 'place tot
b° 713 " 0 P •
to buy Domestic Medicines
A NEW itEISIBEY
ELIAS HOWE, JR
POE A VISIT TO
NOW EXPOSED AT THE WELL
MOST FASHIONABLE STYLE.
I WARRANT A FIT OR NO SALE.
IT is compounded entire
Inmate an establishedfact, a
and approved by all that m , -
eorted to with rounded/es SI
it is recommended.
It has cured thousands
who had given up all hopes
unsolicited certificates in
The dose must be adapted
individual taking it, and
to actgentlyon thebowels.
Let the dictates of your
use of the LIVER IN
will cure Liver Com
Summer fl o au
rya Drop . sy,Sour
C • ell • eness, Choi
ra Niorbus, Cholera '1
te'u e .ra'uudi cc,
ena'and may be used sue
r y, Family Ntedi- i
HE & D . A V 11 . 13 1 al
twenty animates, . li
spoonfuls are taken
All who use it are
in its favor.
AIPL.WATER IN TUN MOUTH WITH. TEN INVIO
°FLUOR, AND SWALLOW BOTH' TOGETHER.
Price One Dollar per Bottle.
Pure Vegetable Extracts, and put up in Glace
Cases, Air Tight, and will keep en any climate.
The Family Cathay
hie praatice more than
The constantly increes
who have long need the
tion which all expresi in
induced me to , place them
The 'Profession well know
act on different portions
The FAMILY CA
with due reference to this
compounded from a varie-
Zxtracts, which act alike
mentaty eanal, and are
cases whktre a Cathartic is
r an g e m e n II of the
Pains in the Back
nese, Pain and.Aore
'NWT, from sudden_ cold,
gloated, end in a long
Appetite, 'a CreePtag
ever the body, Rest
mama, 1a vas. HsAn, all
mass, "Worms in Min.
then,. agree!. PURIFIER
diseases to "which heal' I
Mention in this advertise-
• p rice . Three Dimes.
The Liver -Invigorator •idul Family Cathartic Pine are
retailed by Drug generally , Oil c01d 301001314,i by the
Trade all the . - Ammo: • .
S. T... sANFOND , M.. D.,.
Manufacturer and Proprietor, 808 Eiroadway, N. T.
An experienced Nurse and, Yemale-Phy.iedan, presents
to the attention of mother., her
SOOTHING SY RUP,
FOR CHILDREN TEETHING,
which greatly facilitates - the process of teething, by
softening the gums, , reducing
allay ALI: PAIN and spasmodic action raid is
"IR". ir T T ~B OWD L S
Depend upon it mothers, it will give rest to yourselves,
,HEALTH TO TOUR INFANTS.
Wilucie put up and sold this article for error ten years,
and CAN SA t Ir,,IN CONFIDENCE AND TRCTII,Af c it,
what we have never heen stile to soy of onyor her Medi
cinn—TlNVEß , HAS - IT IfAILED, IN A. SINGLE IN
STANCY!,Tg..RIAREQT A CORN, when , limply , used.
Never dlifwe know an instance of dissatisfaction by any
one whAused It: On the contrary, all are dialielited with
its operations, and speak in terms of commendation of
Its magical effects and medical virtues. We speak in
this matter'! WiIAT dr.F. DO KNOW S , ' after ten .v em'
experience,_AND PLEDGE O UR REPUTATION V' R
THE FULFILLMENT OP -WHAT WE HERE DE
CLARE. In almost every instance where the infant is
Sufferin'g from pain and exhaustion, relief will be found
in fifteen or twenty minutes after the syrup bi adminis
This valuable preparatioile the preseription of one of
the most EXPERIENCED and SKILLFUL NURSES in
New England, aud. has been need with NEVER FAIL
THOUSANDS OF OASES.
It not only relieves the:child from.psini bet invigo.
rates the stomach ,and bowels, corrects. acidity, and
gives tone and energy.te the whole system. It will al
most instantly relieve -
GRIPING IN THE BOWELS, AND WIND COLIC,
and overcome convulsions, will co,: if not speedily reme
died, end in death. We believe it the BEAT mid SUBMIT
REMEDY IN THE WORLD, 'in all cases of DYBEN•
TERY and DIARRHOEA IN CHILDREN, whether .it
arises from teething, or from any other cause. We would
say to every mother Rho has a child suffering from any
of the foregoing complaints—DO NOT LET YOUR PRE
JUDICES, NOR THE-PREJUDICES OF 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. Pull directions for
using will accompany each , bottle- None genuine unless
the facsimile of MATO gt. PERKINS, New Rork, is
on the OutfiddeWieppor. - • -
Sold Druggists thr;mghout the world.
PRINCIPAL OFFICR, 1801/DAR STREET, NEW YORK,
PRl:alai? - OENTS Pll.l BOTTLE,
A. LARGE AND WELL SELECTED
STOCK OF. BRANDIES,
PINET, CASTILLION & CO.,
BISQUET, TRICOCHE & CO.,
JAS. HENNESSY & CO.,
OTARD, DUPUY & CO.,
J. A P. MARTELL,
JULES ROBIN & CO.,
MARETT & CO.
FOR SALE BY
JOHN H. ZIEGLER,
declB 73 MARKET STREET.
CHRISTMAS PRESENTS !
LADIES' and GENTS' CHAIRS,. and
a great variety of CABINET FURNITUREa u itable for
HOLIDAY GIFTS at reduacd prifel: • Also A tifi**4 ol !
COTTAGE FURNITURE infieta, or by the.aingiapiece,
JAMES H. BOYD & SON; •
de2D2wd. 29 south SecOitd Street.
2 500 POUNDS
LISINS, CURRANTS, CITRONS, &e., & e..
together with ORANGES, LEMONS, DRIED
FRUITS CRANBERRIES, and a variety of
Articles suitable for thullolidays. Just •
received by , [deVii.] WM. DOOK Ja., dr, CO.
MESBIIB. CHICKERING a co.
1 4 arr AGAIN OBTAINED, THE '
Of ,L D':" !
BOA i i l ol4,
• sum Dm mosptite Wssl,
Wareroom for the CHICKEBiNH'PO42OS, at ilisalrie
burg, at 92 Market street, •
be23-tf W. KNOCHE'S Mt SIC STORE.
RECTIFY: MG 'DISTILLERS,
WHOLESALE 'DEALERS, IN
BRANDIEE; 'GINS, WINES. •
SCOTCH, IRISH, .OLD RYE AND BOURBON
• - WAIFS KT 6 - ,
NO. 103 , 31.4111111,1 1 :31 , A , FAIT.
del2J HA R .11 I ISt•E UR O. 1 P A ~ •
-•<• . • t
Atilt 2 Oti . gc-p
-. • , .r :3' < .: 10 .1)&04 06.&.•12r4r ,
NELLEs% DRUG Weate.
y Irons Gums, and ha
standard Medicine; known
have used it,and is ROW re
in all thadiseameeforwhich
within the last two years
of relief, as the numerous
my possession chow.
to the temperament or me
need in each quantities ee
judgment guide you in the
VICIORATOR, and it
plaints, Billi us At.
Stomach, H hints'
lc, Cholera, Choice ,
nf antnm, Flat n.
Female W ea kne s.
cisnully as an Ordinal..
eine. It will cure SICK
thOmands can testify.) in
two or t b r e.e.Tett.
at commencement of at
tic PILL is a gentle but
the proprietor has used is
ing demand from thane
PILLS, and the satisfse•
regard to their We, has
within the reach of all
that different Cathartics
THU/IVDC PILL has,
well established fact, been
ty of the purest Vegetable
on every part ei the all
good and mete _in all
needed; such as De.
and Lob's, Costlie.
ness over the wh o le
frennently, _ if
COlllllO of Hever, Loss of
Sinstition o I C• 1 d
lessness, ItrADAOIIO, 01
dren or Adults, Ithenms•
of the .111459.D..and , many
heir, too numerous 'to
went. Dose, Ito 8.
tints of eravel.
WINTER TIME TABLE
FIVE TRIMS DAILY TO & FROM PRILIDELTIBIg
ON AND AFTER
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 26TH, 1860,
The Passenger Trains of the. Pennsylvania Railroad Cang
pany will depart from and arrive at Harrisburg ae
Philadelphia u follows !
THROUGH EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Harrisburg am
2.40 a. m., and arrives at West Philadelphia at 610 n.
PAST LINE leaves Harrisburg at 12.55 F.
arrives at West Philadelphia at 5.00 p.
MAIL TRAIN leaves Harrisburg at 5.15 p. in., and
rives at West Philadelphia at 10.20 p. m.
These Trains make close connection at Philadelphill
with the New York Lines.
ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, No. 1, leaves Harrisburg
at 7.30 a. m., runs via Mount Joy, and anises at Waal'
Philadelphia at 12.30 p. m. •
HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION leaves Barri/
burg at 1.16 p. m., and arrives at West Philadelphia gilt
0.40 p. in.
ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, No.; leaves HarrMimi"
at 5.25 p. in., runs via, Mount Joy, connecting at Dinner
ville with MAIL TRAIN Raid for Philadelphia,
THROUGH EXPRESS TRAIN leaves PhiladelpLis
10.50 p. m., and arrives at Harrisburg at 3.10 a. m.
men TRAIN leaves Philadelphia at B.ooa, so., an
arrival at Hariesburg at 1.20 p. m.
LOCAL MAIL TRAIN leaves Harrisburg for Pittstrcurig
at 7.00 a. m.
PAST LINE leaves Philadelphia at 12.00 noon, 'ad at. ,
rives at Ilarrieburg at 4.10 p. m.
HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION TRAIN leaved
Philadelphia at 2.00 p. m., and arrives at Harristown
7.35 p. m.
ACCOMMODATION TRAIN leaves Philthelphi&
4.90 p.m, and arriyea at Harrisburg st 9 •; 1 0 5 19- nh
Attention is called to the fact, tbat paapiumeraludviDli -
Philadelphia at 4 p. m, connect at Lancaster
MOUNT JOY ACCOMMODATION TRAlN;arularriver4l
Harrisburg at 9A5 P. tn. • .
SAMITEL D. YOUNG.,
Supt. East. Div. Penn'a Railroad.
NORTHERN . CENTRAL RAILWAY.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
ON AND AFTER, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 261m,11111%
the Paelenee,T,r,itieS of the, WQrtherafjostud'asibiar
will le ave Harrisbuig as: .
< ; GOING. SOUTH.
ACOOMMODA.TION .TRAIN will leave at.. 3.00 xi'
EXPRESS TRAIN will leave at 7 40a. Mi.
MAIL TRAIN willleaveat 1.00 p.m.
MAIL TRAIN will leave at -- ... 1.40 p..
EXPRESS TRAIN will leave at 8 lip. m.
The only Train leaving Harrisburg on Sunday ;Mb,
the ACCOMMODATION TRAIN Beath, q,4 34100._=.
For farther information apply at the nada, in Pim.
Sylvania Railroad Depot. JOHN W. WAIL, Age e&
Harrisburg, November 23, 1860.—u024
NEW AIR LINE ROUTE
Shortest in Dietansi and (Iniekest in Ti n.
BETWEEN THE TWO CITIES OF
NEW YORK AND I.IARRISBUES,
READING, ALLENTOWN AND EASTON
MORNING EXPRESS, West, leaves New York' at. 18
a. in., arriving at Harrisburg at Ip. in., only 8 hourie
between the two cities.
MAIL LINE leaves New York at 12.00 noon, and a: -
rives at Harrisburg at 8.15 p. in.
MORNING MAIL LINE, East, leaves Harrisburg at
8.00 a. m , arriving at New York at 6.20 p. ro.
AFTERNOON EXPRESS LINE, East, leaves Bletrio.
burg at 115 p. in., arriving at New York at 0.46 p. an
Connections are made at Harrisburg at 1.00 p. in. with
the Passenger Trains in each direction on the Perussylva.
nia, Cumberland Valley and Northern Central Railroads
All Trains connect at Beading with Trains for Potts.
ville and Philadelphia, and at Allentown for Meath
Chunk, Easton, 40.
No change of Passenger Cars or Baggage between New
York and Harrisburg, by the 8.00 a. m. Line from. Nita
York or the 1.15 p. in. from Harrisburg.
For beauty of scenery and speed, comfort and Mega
modation, this Route presents superior induceineata - es
the traveling public.
Fare between New York and Harrisburg,Tive Douai*,
For Tickets and other information apply to
J .1. CLYDE, General Agent.
WINTER AR.YAN G ENENT.
ON AND A?TrR DEC. 12, 1860,
TWO PASSENGER TRAINS LEAVE WARRISBIII.O
DAILY, (Sundays .nruspind,) at 9.00 A. N., and 1.19 Y F.
for Philadelphia, arriting there at 113 P. ht.,Mut6.ls
RETURNING, LEAVE PHILADELPHIA at SAM
and 3.80 P. M., arriving at Harrisburg at 1 P. N. and S.la
PARES :—To Philadelphia, No 1 Can, /6.46; Es. A,
(In same train) 112.18, •
PARES :—To Readier g 1.60 and PAO.
At Reading, connect. with tubas for PottaidEJ,
villa, Tamaqua, Oatawis' ea, dm.
FOUR TRAINS LEAVE READING lON PHILAI9I4.:-
PHIA DAILY, at 6 A. 51.,10.45 A. M., 12.80 WWI SM
8.43 P. M.
LEAVE PHILADELPHIA FOR BEADING at SA .
N.,1.00 P. N., 3.80 P. M., sad COOT. 5..
F ARES :—Readino to. Philadelphia, $1.73 and $1.43.
THE MORNING ?NOW PROM GARIUSDITRG CON
NECTS AT READING with up train for Wilkaimmo
Pittston and Reroutes.
For through tickets and other Information amity In
J. J. CLYDE,.
• IS D
RE ADIN 0 RAILROAD.
RRDIICTION OF PASSRNGIIR PARIS,
UN AND AFTER MONDAY, :APRIL ii, kW*
With 26 Coupons, will be issued between any poloist.
desired, good' - for the holder. and any member of hie
family, in any passenger traia,and at any timiattillf
per cent. below the regular fares. .
Parties having °erasion toms the Road frequently os
b us i n ess or ,plesanro, find :the above arrangement
convenient and- erpoomiesar as Your - Passenger Unita
run deny each we,- between Reading ,and Philadollph4
and Two Train, etc • between Reading, Pottevill•
Harrisburg. 0, itsplaya,pfili.ore morning train Down s
and one afters f 1" r train 'Up; runs between Tottsville and
Philadelphir and , no Paeminger train on the Labium.
Valley Brrneb Railroad. • • . •
For the above Tichets or any information relating
thereto apply to B. Bradford, Isl., Treasurer, Th 11666 -
plkia,t • the respective 'hetet Agents the
• 0: A..NICOLLB, Oglikersl
Marea 27, 1660.••••untrAtt•dtf
A'''T' C H & C 0 .
kIBByAINUT STREET, PHILADELPHW '
FLOUR, GRAIN, PR ODII.CE,-COMTON,
WINES . AND LIQUORS,
T 0 B 4.6'p 0 A NI) GA It •S«
• exp 144e*L4 . warms, BIELODICONB d 1440 ,
&IL OrdekTllo.ll:lltur te net be left at WM. .111f0 •
MUSIO *STOItZ, ket street, or at Busmaios--'
goTET..._, ordwralft etthelbove-aed p l O4 Ol *kW;
meet with priompr
First class PIANOS OW Ole,
TIMED REAV&-An extra lot fdDIUND
no 9 - DOOL, a., & 00. I,
41 41,, Gf
I I ,
iT *Pr u wazzula.