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Tim DAILY PATRIOT AND UNION may be ha • at
Jack's Book Store, corner of Third and Market
Tug MAths.—Under the change of schedule on
the different railroads, the time of closing the
sails at the Harrisburg Post Ofsod, December Ist,
1 310, s as follows :
PENNSYLVANIA B. E.
E co t..- 1 7 a.. m. --way wail, 12.15 p. m., 5. p.
,n.—way mail, 3.50 p. m., 9 p. m.
NORYOSAN CENTRAL E. B.
Booth,.. -12.15 p• m.—Way mail, 9. pe
LEBANON VALLEY R. B.
7.31/ a. m.
DAVPHIN AD BIISQ. B. B.
1.30 p. m.
cirmarawom VALLEY E. R.
7.30 a. m., 1 p. m.—way mail.
7 a. m.,_ to Gettysburg, on Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday. 7a. m.,to Jonestown, on Monday,
Wednesday and Friday. 1 p. m., to Lewisberry,
A special meeting of the Washington Hose Com
pany will be held at the hose house this (Wednes
day) evening, at 7 o'clock. Punctual attendance
RAISING OP Fnacts.—A flag will be raised on the
Hope engine house early on Friday morning, with
appropriate ceremonies. A flag will also be raised
on the cotton mill, but M what time we are not ad
BAIIGAINS !—We invite the attention of our rea
ders to the advertisement of W. L. Trewick, who is
Felling his entire stock of China, Glass Ware, (ro.
aeries, Liquors, to., at cost, to close out business.
All in want of goods had better give him a call.
THE NATION AI. GoAnn.—The National Guard,
Captain Lyle, of Philadelphia, will number 463
Men, and have secured quarters at the Son es
Souse. They will leave Philadelphia on Friday
morning at 1 o'clock, in a special. train, and ar
rive in this city between 5 and 6 o'clock.
NESTING OP MARSHALS AND Ains.—The Marshals
and Aids of the respective fire companies are re
quested to meet at the Washington hose house to
morrow evening,at 8 o'clock. A full and punctual
attendance is desired.
Jour; B. Co; Chief Marshal.
Tug cavalry squadron of Harrisburg will meet at
Richard Hogan's Hotel, on Friday morning, 22d
inst., at 9 o'clock, to participate in the parade of
Acting Orderly Sergeant.
I. 0. 0. If.—A special meeting of Dauphin En
campment, No. 10; also, of Olive Encampment, No.
56, will be held at the hall of No. 10, (Exchange
building, Walnut street,) on Thursday evening,
February 21st, at a quarter before eight o'olock.
The officers of the Grand Encampment will be pre
sent and inatmetin the work of the Order. Sojour
ning members of other Encampments are cordially
invited to attend. By order.
2t A. J. FAusa, Scribe.
MORE MThrrsur.—Three companies from Frank
lin county, and four from Lancaster, in addition
to those already mentioned, are reported as having
accepted the general invitation to visit this city
on Friday. We will be able to arrive at some es
timate of the probable number of military coming,
by this evening, although it is probable that a
number of companies will be here without report
ing themselves or giving any previous intimation
of their intentions.
Tax Jimmy - Am or Ma. Liracor.s.—Mr. Lincoln,
the President elect of the United States, will ar
rive in the city on next Thursday afternoon. He
will be received at the Kensington depot, and be
escorted to the Continental Hotel by a cavalcade of
citizens, stopping on the way at the Brown Stone
Clothing Hall of Rockhill & Wilson, Nos. 603 and
605 Chesnut street, above Sixth, Philadelphia,
where he will be fitted with an elegant snit, to be
worn on the occasion of his inaugural.
Mama MAN.—The fate or destiny of Mr. David
Bolger, a house carpenter, of high moral character
and industrious habits, who suddenly left his home
in Martinsburg, Blair county, Pa., on the night o f
the 7th of November last, is still a matter of pro
found mystery. The family have, as yet, no posi
tive or reliable information as to his fate or destiny.
Mr. Bolger is a man of fifty years of age, some six
feet in stature, of spare features, prominent fore;-
head, straight dark hair, mixed with gray, and a
little thin on the top, and when he left his home
nes dressed in dark clothes, low shoes, and a dark
ATTEMPT TO Esc/a.m.—On Monday morning last,
before day-break, Ira Shotwell„ a 645fi1 , 16t iti thC
Clarion county jail, whose sentence we referred to
several days age, managed to get his irons off, and
with the use of them Tasked a hole through the
wall of the jail and passed into the yard. He had
some difficulty in sealing the wall, and was discov
ered and taken back just os he had reached the
top. The guard examined the irons at twelve
o'clock at night, and on going to the cell in the
morning, the prisoner was not there. Shotwell
told he would have given a thousand dollars for
one hour's more time. The Sheriff started with
the prisoner to the penitentiary on Tuesday morn
THE Pancrons 347411.13.-R has been calculated
by Arbuthnot that the entire produet of the pre=
Dion metals, from the birth of Christ to A. D.
1855, was R , 16,209,200,000—n0w swollen from the
minas of California end Australia to L 16,500,000,.
000. We may say that "ours is the land and age
of gold;" for the United States Mint, which was
established in 1793, had coined up to 1854, at all
the mints of the Union, - S588,619,188; and since
the last muted period, at least saoo,eoCoop. Me
dals naturally were s tuggested - by coins it is
singular that none were produced - *England intil
the time of Oliver Crontwell,when superb - medals
were, presented to Admirals Blake, Penn and Law
son, and, subsequently, by charles 11. to Genertil
Monk, for public services. The coinage of England
in 1711 was $12,600,000, and in 1845 £15,000,0.06.
It is now probably, in proportion of the increase in
the United States, at least 180,000,000. Such is
the effect of the discoveries in California and Aus
tralis, about to be largely increased by the mining
at Pike's Peak and Washoe.
TEE lifoxr Bustsess.—Some time since I ob
served a communication in the PATRIOT AND UNION
relating to the difference in the price of meat fur
nished to the Poor House and the State Lunatic
Asylum. The article has never been replied to,
nor have I ever hoard the matter explained. '
Now, as this is a subject that interests many
butchers, and is of some importance to all of the
tax -payers of the county, I would respectfully re
new the inquiry, why is it that the Directors of
the Poor pay nine snits per pound for moat, when
an article just as good, if not better, can be ob
tained for six or six and one-third cents a pound ?
the contract is to be given out to a favorite, of
course the directors will gratify their own feelings
in the matter, but if the interests of the tax-pay
ers are to be c onsidered, then I think the contract
should be given out to the lewest bidder. This
system has been found to work well wherever it
Was tried, and always gives netisfeetion.
VANDEVER VS. THE PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD
Comm.—This was an action brought in Chester
county on the-case by Sarah Vandever, the widow
of John Vandever, deceased, against the Pennsyl
vania Railroad Company, for an alleged injury in-
Sided by the defendant's agents upon the plain
tiff's husband, which resulted in causing his death.
On the 6th of December, 1857, John Vandever
took his seat in the oar of the Pennsylvania Rail
road Company, as a passenger from Philadelphia
to Parkesburg, where he resided. Soon after lea
ving West Philadelphia, the conductor and the
State agent applied to him for his ticket, which he
failed to produce, alleging that he had paid his
fare. They told him it would be necessary to pro
duce his ticket, or pay his fare, or that they would
be obliged to put him off the train. They told
him to search for his ticket, and proceeded to col.
loot the tickets from other passengers. After some
time, they returned, and he being still unable to
produce hie ticket, and refusing to pay his fare,
they proceeded to remove him from the train. He
was under the influence of liquor, bat not so much
as not to know what be was doing.
The train was stopped at Paschall's Station, and
was standing still when they removed him. The
State agent, the oonduotor, and Vandever passed
out at the rear end of the car, on the platform,
Vandever wentdown the steps backwards, holding
by the railing on each aide. He had one foot on
the ground, and the other on the lower step of the
platform ; still holding on by the railing, the State
agent broke loose his hold, and in so doing, Van
dever fell and rolled over on his back. The State
agent and the conductor immediately raised him
to his feet. His hat had blown down the bank.
They showed him where it had gone, and he started
after it. He walked part way down the bank, then
his speed increased, and he fell head foremost
among some large stones at the foot, just as the
train passed out of sight. Not long afterwards, he
was found lying at the foot of the bank ; taken to a
stable across the railroad, and left there till next
morning; was then removed to Mr. Bonsall's
house, where he remained till the following morn
ing, and was then taken home. No physician was
called till he reached home. He died about a week
The case was tried before His Honor Judge
Haines a year age, when the plaintiff recovered
$1,734 damages. The railroad company appealed
to the Supreme Court, where the judgment wasre
versed, on the ground of a want of a distinct three.
tion to the jury as to the measure of damages, and
a new trial awarded. Upon this trial the jury
gave a verdict of $2,500 damages.
D. J. UNGER,
A UNIVERSAL TELEGRAPR.—M. Verard - de Sainte
Anne, a short time ago, sent a paper to the Aca
demia Francais° on a project for establishing a belt
of electric telegraphs all round the world. We find
from a table given by the author, that the trade of
England with the East amounts to 2,723,000,000
francs per annum; that of France with the same,
to 404,300,000 francs; of Holland, to 295,220 francs;
of Russia, 150,000 francs; of the Ranee Towns, to
14,199,000 franca ; of Spain and Portugal to 15,875
francs; of Belgium and Switzerland to 30,726,000
francs; of North America, East and West, 2,061,-
680,000 franca; of South America and the West
Indies, 1,730,723,000 francs. In the United States
the network of telegraphic lines comprises a length
of 70,000 kilometres, or 47,250 English miles ; and
when the New York and San Francisco line is
completed—the line over Europe and Asia being
supposed to exist—there would only be 3,500
leagues of cable to be sunk in order to enable Paris
and London to receive intelligence from Canton in
one hour and fifty minutes, from New York in two
hours and twenty minutes, and from Valparaiso in
three hours and a quarter.
A considerable numbs of partial lines, which,
according to the author, may be easily collected
into one great whole, are already in existence,
or about to be established. Thus, in Japan, the
lines have boon granted to a Company, and one is
now in course of construction; New Zealand is al
ready connected by a cable with Australia, Mel
bourne and Sydney, and Batavia with Singapore ; ;
the whole continent of Inola, thanks to English
enterprise, is now being intersected with tele
graphic lines, connecting Calcutta With Madras,
Benares, Lucknow, Agra, Delhi, Hyderabad, &a.
Again from Bombay, a line goes to * Goa, and west;-
ward to Kurrachee, whence it will soon reach
WE find the following well deserved testimonial
in the columns of the N. Y. Leader, and cheerfttllY
copy it for , the benefit of our readers: .. !
"THE RIGHT SEWING MACHINE.—Nobody
these days of practical go-abead ideas wilt deny that
a sewing macbinels a decidedly nice institution to
have in a family. It does so much work in so little
time, and does it so neatly and with such compel.,
atively slight labor, that the women folks feel al
most like cooking up excuses fur running the ma
chine, when there is really no work to be done--.
But amid the multitude of machines and apologies
for machines with which the market is flooded, it
is sometimes difficult for the bewildered purchaser
to decide which machine lathe one he really wants
—which is the best, and will do him- the most sat
isfactory service. A trial of over two years ena
bles ns to say with the greatest confidence that
there is no better machine for general family use
than that manufactured by the Grover do Baker
Sewing Machine Company. It makes a beautiful
elastic seam that does not rip with wear or wash ? .
ing, runs almost noiselessly, is plain, simple, easy
to work, and not liable to get out of repair, fastens
the ends of its own thread, and - uses threads and
silks directly from the spools on which they are
bought. Add• to it a set of the company's inimita
ble hemmer's and stitchers, and you have every
thing about as complete and satisfactory as-you
could reasonably expect. It is an article of furni
ture, ono° in your house, you will never willingly
part with under any considerations." •
A CORNER LOTINGER Suenumn,—On Monday
morning officer Radabaugh found a fellow who
subsequently gave the name of William Stewart,
of Cumberland county, indulging in the highly in
tellectual amusement of corner-lounging. Noticing
that be was a stranger, Radabaugh Politely in,
formed him that corner-lounging was "fornenst"
the laws made and provided—whereupon. Stewart
gave Radabaugh some "lip," which did not snit
the official's views, and he accordingly "jerked"
the strange interloper, and pet bilk& In quod, Whine
he remained until yesterday morning, when he was
right glad to get off on hie,tieir dire to cut for the
valley of Cumberland. life want our country cou
sins to distinctly under Stand that on all private oc
casions, when no such things as inaugurations or
flag raisings are going on, the entire business of
corner-lounging is monopolized by our own young
men, who are so jealous of their rights that they
themselves wouldturn in at any time to aid in tbe
arrest of interlopers or squatter sovereigns:. •
Velma of Doos.—We always bad.nn idea that
dog stook in our pity was valuable. ManY aircuni
stances have occurred within a year to justify
this belief, prominent among which we may cite
the readiness with which our colored fellow-citi..
sans used to redeem their impounded "mongrel
curs of low degree." It was only yesterday that
we were fully enlightened as to the real value of
some of the dogs owned by our eolored fellow-6UL
wens. Happening in the Mayor's Otbe, a darkey
"all tattered and torn," with an exceedingly glib
tongue, called for information in regard to the dog
law—whether or whether not it was necessary for
every man to kill his dog, in ease he had been bit
by a mad dog? On being informed that it was, he
oontinned—“Den I wish to 8013 all de dogs in Ver
beketown killed—kase day all was bit=dat'S so.
Nine wu sib, and I disposed of his lifo de
shortest spaod ob time, aldougb, sah, I would not
have taken any money for him!"
- By this it follows that dogs in Harrisbrirgr ire
held beyond prioe, when a darkey with an entire
wardrobe valued at less than a dime, would not
agree to take any specified sum of money for one
PATRIOT AND UNION.The DAILY PATRIOT AND
!dittos' can be had by Dauphin subsoribers, every
morning, at the periodical store of J. S. Mum
limonites New Gartansa ATLas.—Says the
Principal of one of our best seminaries : "I have
examined Mitchell's. New General Atlas, and find
it to be decidedly the best work of the kind that I
have ever seen. As a map view of the world, it
seems to leave nothing to be desired. The statis
tical tables, and the plans of the principal cities,
evidently l. prepared with much care and accuracy,
add greatly to its worth. The enlarged maps of
the several States, showing the county boundaries
—and, also, of all the countries to which any spe
cial interest attaches, add immensely to its value.
The typographical execution of the work is beyond
all praise, and it is indeed a splendid illustration
of the progress of art in that direction. Every
teacher should have a copy, for reference, in his
school. It should be in every library and reading
room—and no family that can afford the expense
should be without it."
LARGO ARRIVAL OF NSW GOODS—The Cheopes
Goods Offered Yet.-2,000 yards Canton flannel 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 best ever made
for the price. 1,000 undershirts and drawers at
06, 02 aud cents. Socks and ladies stockings a
large variety. Onr whole stock of winter goods,
such as Shawls, De Lairies, Pant Stuff, Cloth and
all kinds of Flannels I'll4ll sell off at oost. Now
is the time to get bargains. S. LBWY, at Rhoad's
old corner. jan22f.
HELBIBOLD'S GENUINE PREPARATION Carets Gra
vel; Bladder, Dropsy, Kidney Affections.
UrELIIIBOLD , S Genuine - Preparation for Nervous and
. 1 - 1 - Debilitated Sufferers.
la A BOLD'S Genuine Preparation for Loae of Power,
A i- Lop of fifoloory.
HELMBOLD , B Genuine Preparation for Difficulty of
areath ing, General Weakness.
TJELIKBOLD , B Genuine Preparation for Weak Nerves,
•L•a• Horror of Death, Trembling.
UELMBOUPS Genuine Preparation for Night Sweats,
Cold Feet, Dimness of Vision.
HALLBIBOLD'S Genuine Preparatien for Languor, Mil
vernal Lassitude of the liftmenlar System.
riELMBOLDIS (}ermine Preparation for Pallid I.lonnw
nance and Eruptions.
IiefELMBOLD'S Genuine Preparation for Pains in
Back; Headache, Sick stomach.
117 - See advertisement headed
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT 131301113
in another column. nol4-d/kw3m
THE GREAT ENGLISH .I.4.EMEDY.—Sir
James Clarke's Celebrated Female Pa., prepared from a
preseniption of Sir 7. Clarke, M. D., Physician Extraordi
nary to the Queen.
This invaluable medicine is unfailing in the cure of all
those painful and dangerous 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 MARRIED LADIES
it is peculiarly suited. It will in a short time bring on
the monthly period with regularity.
Patch bottle, price One Dollar, bears the Government
Stamp of Great Britain, to prevent counterfeits.
THESE PILLS SHOULD NOT BE TAKEN BY FEMALES DURING
THE FIRST THREE MONTHS or PREGNANCY, AS THEY ARE
SORE TO BRING ON MISOARRIAGS, NOT AT ANT OTHER MS
THEY ARE SAFE.
In all cases of Nervous and Spinal Affections, Pain in the
Back and Limbs, Fatigue on slight exertion, Palpitation of
the Heart, Hysterics and Whites, these Pills will e ffeet a
cure when all other means have failed, and although apow.
erful remedy, do not contain iron, calomel, antimony, or
anything hurtful to the constitution.
Full directions in the pamphlet around each package,
which should be carefully preserved.
N. 8.-sl,oo and 0 pOstage stamps enclosed to any an•
thorized Agent, will insure a bottle, containing over 50
pills, by ratarn•mail:
For sale by C. A. BANNVART, Harrisburg. jy7-dawly
firm the Indtpenaent, New York, July 28,1859.
431.tru.—Our advertising columns contain some testi
monies to the value of a new article known as "
ing , s Prepared Glue," useful to housekeepers for mending
furniture. It is prepared with chemicals, by which it is
kept in the , proper condition for immediate use, the
ehemicalenvaporating as soon as it is applied, leaving
the gide to harden. - We can assure our readers that this
article has the excellent phrenological quality of “large
For sale by 0. A. BANNITART, No. 2 Jones' Row
PURIFY YOUR BLOOD.—BRANTIRETH'i3
PILLS WARRANbID To 'OM Faviß AND Aotol.---The
effect of purging with BILANDRETIPS PILLS is to re r
store the health, no matter from what cause it may be
suffering. They take out all impurities from the ay*.
tem; and•they have the Same power of exindsion over
miasm, poisonous vapor of deCayed vegetables, orindeed
any poisonous exhalations breathed by man whatever.
In fact, if the blood is poisoned, it is impure, and ins
pure blood results in disease. •
though innocent as bread, yet they are capable of puri
fying the blood and curing disease. So, they cure all
kinds of fevers, all asthmas, catarrhs, ccstiveneaa and
painful affections of every kind.
Sold, price 25 cents, at No. 294 Canal vet, New York,
and by all Druggists. Also, by GEO H ByLL, corner
of second and Chestnut streets, Harriftwrg, and by all
respectable dealers in medicines de9-d&wlm
Mothers, read this.
The following ie an extract from a letter written by
a pastor of the Baptist Church to the Journal and
Messenger, Cincinnati, Ohio, and speaks volumes in
favor of that world-renowned medicine—Miss. WINS
LOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP FOR CHILDREN TEETHING :
" We see an advertisement in your columns of Mit
Winslow's Soothing Syrup. New we never said a word
in favor of a patent medicine before in our life, but we fed compelled to say to your readers, that this is no
humbug —WS MATH TRIRD IT, AND KNOW IT TO BB ALL IT
mums. It is, probably, one of the most sueoessful
medicines of the day, because it is one of the best. And
those of your readers who have babies can't do better
than to lay in a supply. sep29-d&wily
Suppose a case. Suppose you have sandy, red, white,
grizzly, or flaming yellow hair. Suppose you prefer a
light brown. a rich dark brown, Or a raven blaek. W ell,
you apply (if you are wise).
EXCELSIOR HAIR DYEi
and in ten minutes your mirror shows you a '
. Every hair that a few moments before was an unsightly'
blernish,is now an elementof beauty. 44 A magnificent
head of hair• is .the eselamationwhenever you uncover.
The difference between
BEATIT-Y'AND THE BEAST
was not more striking then that between a gray or red
head in a stale of nature, and one to which this famous
dye has been applied, Manufactured by T. CRISTA
DORO, 6 Aefor Home, New York. Sold everywhere, and
applied by all Hair Dressers.. jan9•d&wlm
Dr. Brunon's Concentrated "Remedies.
No. I. THE GREATIOGVIVEB, speedily eradicates all
the evil effects of SELF-A.BMS, as Loss of Memory,
Shortness of Breath, Giddiness, Palpitation of the Heart,
Dimness of Vision, or any constitutional derangements of
the system, brought on by the unrestrained indulgence of
the passions. Acts alike on either sex. Price One Dallas.
No. 2. TEEN cure in from two to eight daya,
any case of GONOBRHOIA, is 'Without taste or smell, and
requires no restriction of action or diet. For either sew.
Price One Dollar.
No. 3. TUN TBRED will cure in the shortest pomiblit
time,any ease of OLE RT, even after all other Remedial'
have failed to produce the desired effect. No taste or smell.
Price One Dollar.
No. 4. THE PUNITER la the only Remedy that will
really care Strietnree of the Urethra. No matter of how
long standing: or negleotl we may be. Pries One
No. b. THE SDPUTOMI
cue of GRAVEL:
JIM% _ cure any oi
permanently and speedily remove all afflictions of the
Bladder and Hidneys. -- Price One Dollar.
No. 6 808 P SRTIcuLARS 888 OIROIMAR. •
No. 7 . THE AMARIN care the Whites rielically
and in a much shorter time than they - can be removed by
any other treatment. In fact,-is the only remedythat will
really correct this disorder; Pleasant to take. Prise One
Dollar. • •
No. 8. THE ORIENTAL PASTILS are certain, safeand
-speedy in producing MENSTRUATION, or correcting any
Irregularities of the monthly periods. Price Two Dollars.
No 9. ROR PARTICULARS SEE CIRCULAR.
Zither Remedy sent free by mail on receipt ef the price
&Duelled. . Rodeo° .postage stamp and get a Circular. .•
General Depot North-Rast corner of York Avenue sad
Calloohill Street. ?rivAtit 0109 e 401 York Avenue, ebila 7
deDbfa, Pa •
Serials biliarilsbuiionly bye A. BABNYAust vibe*
Circulars containing valuable information, With fulf de
suiptiona of each ease, - wW, be dellnelati__° WO7
cation. Adam'. IDS. nrarN,.
asg-411: riaSigAdai 114
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Heath e Th.e,
By the nee of these Bilis the periodic, attacks of Ner
vous or Sick Headache may be prevented ; and if taken
at the commencement of an attack immediate relief from
pain and Maleness will be obtained.
They seldom fell in removing the Nausea and Head
ache to Which females are Ito Imbject.
They act gently upon the bowelor.removing Costive
For Literary Men, Students, Delicate Females, and
all persona of sedentary habits, they are valuable as a
L ( Lzativet imPrOlitig the appetite r giving tons and vigor
to the digestive organs, and restoring the natural elasticity
and strength of the whole system.
The CEPHALIC PILLS are the result of long investi
gation and carefully conducted experiments, having been
in use many years, during which time they have prevented
and relieved a vast amount of pain and Buffeting from
Headache, whether originating in the nervous system or
from a deranged state of the stomach.
They are entirely vegetable in their compogition, and
may be taken at all times with perfect oilety without ma
king any dump of diet, and the abeam/ of aNy duo
greeable taste renders it easy to salmtnisier them to
children. • • •
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS
The genuine have Ave signatures of Henry 'O. Spalding on
Sold by Druggists and all other dealers in Medicines.
A Box will be sent by mail prepaid on receipt of the
PRICE TWENTY-FIVE CENTS: . •
All orders should be addressed to
HENRY ID; SPALDING,
ANCEDAR STREET; NEW4ORK.
THE FOLLOWING ENDORSEMENTS OF
WILL CONVINCE ALL WHO SUFFER FROM
SPEEDY AND SURE CURE
IS WITHIN THEIR REACH.
As these Testimonials were unsolicited by Mr. SPALD
they afford unquestionable proof of the effi
cacy of this truly scientific discovery.
MASONVILLE, CONN., Feb. 5, 1861.
I have tried your OephaliePills, and I like them so well
that I want you to send me two dollars worth more.
Part of these are for the neighbors, to whom I gave a
few out of the first box I got from yau.
Send the Pills by mail, and oblige
Your ob't Servant,
HAYBRFORD, PA., Feb. 6, 1861
I wish you to send me one more box of your Cephalic
Pills, I have received a'great deal of .benefit from them.
MARY ANN gYOIRHOUSE.
SPNIIOE CREEK, HIINTINSDON CO, PA. , Z
R. C. SPALDING.
SIR : •
You will please send me. two boxes of your Cephalic
rills. Send them immediately.
JNO. B. SIMONS.
P. 8.-1 - have used one box of your Pitts, and find them
BELLE VERNON, OHIO,' Jan 15, 1861.
HENRY C. SPALDING, ESQ.:. -
:Please find enclosed twenty-five cents; for which send
me another box of your Cephalic Pills, They fire ;ruly
the best. Pills /have ever tried.
Direct • ' A. STOVER ; P. M.
• Belle Vernon, Wyandot Co. .0.
BEYEALY, RIASS•rDeCa . II,
C.'SVAVDINC, • ,
. - .
I wish for some circulars or large show bills., , to bring
your Cephalic Pills more particularlfbefore my:Custo
mers _ If you have anything of the kind, please send to
lane of my customers, who subject to severe 3 ick
Readache;(nsually lasting 'two days,)mas. cured of an
attack in one hour by your Pills; which I sent her.
- - - • Respectfully yours,
REYNOLDSBURG,TRANILLIN CO., OHIO, Z .
- January 9, 1861.
HENRY C. SPALDING,
No. 48 Cedar st. N. Y. •
Enclosed find twenty-five cents, (25.) for which 'send
box of “Cephalic Pills. , ) Send to address of ltev. Win'.
C. Filler, Reynoldsburg, Franklin Co., Ohio.
Your Pills work like a charm—cure Headache almosi
WILLIAM C. FILLER
YPSILANTI. Won., Jatt. 14 2 1861
Bxn : . - • •
Not long since -I sent to yoU for a box of Cephalic Pills
for the cure of the Nervous Headache and Costiveness,
and received the sameoind..they halt so good an effect
that float isiduettl to send for more.
Please send by return mail. Direct to
A. R. WHEELER,
Ypsilanti, Mich. •
From the Examiner, Norfolk, Ya.
Cephalic Pills accomplish the object - for. which they
were made, viz: Cure of headache in all its forms. •
From Mo Zxaminer, Norfolk, V.
They have been tested in more than a thousand cases,
with entire success. . .
from the Democrat, Se. Gond, Minn.
If you are, or have been troubled with the headache,
Send for a box, (Cephalic Pills ? ) so that you may havO
them in case of an attack.
Rem the Advertiser, Providem2, R:.I.
The Cephalic Pills are said to be a remarkably effeer
tive remedy for tke headache, and one of the very best
for that very frequent complaint which has ever been
aiscOvered. , . •
From the Western. R. R. Gazette, Chieago,•l2t.
We heartily endorse . Mr: . Spalding, and his' unriyalled
, From the Eartatoha-Valley Star, Karierudirt, V. •
We are-sure that, persons suffering.with the headache,
who try them, wkll stick to them, .• • :
From the Sought:4 Pcmh i Finiferaeso Qrkaasi./.0,.
Try them'. you that are afileted, and we avenure that
your testimony can, he added to the, already nunierous
list that hap' received benifitt3 that no. otliex' cin6 can
produde. ' ' •
' From the St. .I,cittis bentociys.t. . i
• The immense demand for therartiele COephelie Pills) ip
rapidly increasing. - . - , • -
- , .. .., .
Ur A single bottle of SPALDIR (I'S PREPARED 41.17 E
Bill - eaTe ten times its coat annually.
S?Ai,DING'p . PI x ! rAittD‘GrLlik; !
SPALDING'S. P.R41 1 41ig.D .
SPALDINGis , PREPARE 73 tat.t! ' • ,
• • * - *"SA4fI THE. PIECER r
ECONOMY:._ ._ • - DISPATCH I
• 113 - " A: STITCTh IN Timis SAVES NINE."]„EII r
- As accidents will happen, even in wellregulate
lies, it is yery desirable to .have some cheap and! conies
nient way for repairing Furniture, Toys, Crockery :44
SPALDING'S PREPAREH OLT'S. _ •
meets: all Oqiih emergencies * and no household ca n atord
to . tie"ivithont it.' It.is , always ready, and.up to the stick:.
ing point. , ' • '
"USERM TN BYRRY.HOHTE."
. N. 11.-4 brush. accempauips each Bottle.. Price
cents. • " Addreie ' • ' '
CEDARStrion, New York
tertian unprincipled person are attempting to palui
o ff -wk vnsArPe,ting imitat i ons of Fri PRIES
. PAREwuLUE,I wou ld cantina 411.pcnotnn te : ,• eltntlal
before purchasing, and Fee that the lull zanier, -
•117F1PLOIN4P13 PREPARED GLUE,
in on A. the outside nrrip,ptif fall po*-1
•-ibolf - 4kw7. • "s• - •
N OTI O E / 3
The undersigned ban opened hie LUMBER OFFICIO;
Corner of Third Street and Blackberry Alley, near Herr's .
ALSO—Two Booms, with folding doors, TO LET—
suitable for a Lawyees °Sloe. Possession immediately:
ALSO—A number one FIRE ENGINE far sale.
W. P. MURRAY.
HORSESALSO AND C.ARRIAGEStohire
at the same Office. •
febB-dtf. • FRANK A. MURRAY.
CONSUMERS OP COAL, TAKE NOTICE!
Coal deliverea, to any part of the , eity limits by the
Patent Weigh - Carts, at the following low rates, fat
cash, viz : •
Lykens Valley Nut Coal at $2.00 per ton.
16 Small Egg 2.90 "
ca Large do. 2.90 a
" Broken 2.90 "
Balt. Coal Co.'s Wilkesberre Oteambeitt, 8,00 per ton.
cc " Broken, 8.00 "
ac tc Egg, 3.00 "
cc Nut, J 2.25 "
Broad Top Coal, (for Smiths' use,)l2X eta. per bushel
2,500 Bushels OATS for. sale, at lowest cash price.
klarge lot of superior HICKORY AND OAK WOOD
for sale, at the lowest rates.
Agent' for DU PONT'S 9 - 11 N AND DLASTINC
i;OWDER—for sale at. manufacturer' s 'prices.
Coal delivered from. .both yards at above rates, by
ratent,Weigic Carts, which are certitiedto by the Sealers
of Weights and *9 I, P7 68 . • •" L
Er Every consumer will please weigh their Coal on
delivery, and if it fella short 10' pounds I will forfeit
the Coal. -
. . .
A large, full and .complete stoelt.of the best kinds of
Coal will always be fonrid on hand.
Harrisburg, January 29,1861: ianati.dim
M. A. N H '0
. . How LOST . , How BEILTORS I/
Just Published, in a Stated Eive/Ope,
ON THE NATURE, THE ATMENT AND HAMAD OHRE
OE SDERMA.TORMIOICA, or Seminal Weaken:4 ilexnal
Debility, Hormonal; and litioluntary Emieeione, indi*
oing Impotency and Mental and Phys.* Debility
BY BOB ' . T. OtitYBAWSLL, M.
Antger of. the ,4 Green Book," ite. •
The world renowned author, in this admirable Lecture;
,clearly prom from /lie ors experience that to wifulton
sequences of Self-abuse may be effectually removed with
out medicine and without dangerous surgical operations,
bougies, instruments, rings or cordials, pointing out am ode
of cure at once-certain and effectual, by which every suf
ferer, no matter what his condition maybe, may curekini
self 'cheaply, privately and radically. This Lecture will
prove a boon to thousands and thousands.
Sent under seal to any addreee, post paid, on the receipt
of two. postage stamps, by addressing Dr. OHAS. J. 0.
KLINE', 127 Bowery New York, Post Box
IT WILL PAY YOU
IT"WILL PAY YOU
OBSERVE WHAT I SAY ! !
IT WILL PAY YOU
FOR A VISIT TO
TO SEE AND MAHE YOUR PURCHASES
FROM. THE LARGE, -HANDSOME
AND FASHIONABLE STOCK OF
READY MADE CLOTHING, CLOTH,
CASSIMERES, VESTINGS AND
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
NOW EXPOSED AT THE WELL
KNOWN ARCADE, NO. 3 JONES ROW.
AVAILINO 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 CUTTER AND TAILOR,
I AM NOW READY TO MAKE
CLOTHING TO ORDER IN THE
MOST FASHIONABLE STYLE.
I WARRANT A FIT OR NO SALE.
NOW WITHIN REACH OF ALL
G-ROVER & BAKER'S
495 BROADWAY, NEW YORE.
The public •attention Is respectfully requested to the
folloivirig mole of .E;dAs J'a , and the GROVER &
tAKSB, S.'. If. Co.: • ' .
A CARD FROM THE GROPER FAKER' S. M. CO.
Our Patents being now established by the Courts, we
. . •
are enabled to furnbsh the: Gm:rait - dFMerizst Machine,
with important imPrmiemints, at 'godly.
. The moderate price at whicth hrbineF, making the
GROVER ,Sc. BASRA stitch, can now $ had, brings them
within the reAch.qf 11:11, ~ 4 ruier'd the use Of idle:Wes
making inferior stitches - wc( Wince/pry no it is unwieti.
Persons desirinwthe best" Machines, and the„riiiittp
4(;t l binimust not Onlibesnie to bn,Y.4.4ephincipielci,: . ciii `
the lanotrandc BARER stitch, but also thatlench
are made stamped under our Patents_ and those of
Eiies : UOWZ, Tit: • -
CiRO:V.EII,BOI3AEPt S„ M pp.,
- 495 tiocrticay, New Yoeli
A CARD FROIIf , SRIAR 110W2 - JR.
All persons are cautioned:nth to-melt% deal in, or net '
any e w ing Blechines,Wl4*,..4e4r`from two spools ant
make the stiteh known as the °Bogs* & RAKER etiteli
utdess-the:sime , are pirehased from the GROVER & Bs}
sewingMad:lllli ib;pinptink9 gir ' Agents, or LiS
censea, and stamped under my patent of September 101
Said Company, and their Licenses, alone, are leg l
authorised undertheir ' h own patent i 4 and My said patent
during the extended term .thereof, tc6ll.V! thi
kind of llitichine;enet alt otherenzeopiedestMOnl
ip) , said vitent, and !MU to dealt with stoppling!) ,
!frbereiiT fond..• • • • I
• " " • 'PIUS tiinillr,_ , !Ati
END . 4,111'd Alit:
' T Y."- ? 4k **WA , AEA, Asqlialu*.
IllpjB•Qk~~7::,: i^ ~,_ i
Linzs of ZEttuel.
PENNSYLVANIA . RAILROAD. '
WINTER TIME TABLE
FIVE TUINS DAILY TO FROM rullamusi
• OR AND AFTER
• MONDAY, NOVEMBER 26TH, 1860, '.
ThePatiaanger Traina of the Pennsylvania Railroad coss
panywill a :H..1:
part_ froM anise at liHrrisbassjoi
Philadelphia, as follows:
THRUM RXPREOO TRAIN leaves Harrislburgis
2.40 a. in., and arrives at West Philadelphia at 8.59 a 211
FAST LINE leaves Harrisburg at 12.64 p.
arrives at West Philadelphia at 6.00 p. m. • • -
MAIL TRAIN leave. Harrisburg at 6,16 p. 1M9,14101 . •
rives at West Philadelphia at 10.20 p. m.
These Trains make close connection at Phisladellll/41
with the New York Lines. A
ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, No. I,leaveellarviablm
at 7EO a. in.,•runs via Mount Toy, and arrives at WSOP
Philadelphia at 12.80 p. .
HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION leaves Harris
berg at 1.15 p. in., and arrives at West Philadelphia at
8.40 p. m.
ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, No. 2„ leave' Harrisburg
at 5.25 p. in., runs via )(aunt Joy, connecting at Difhil=
villa with MAIL TRAIN East for Philadelphia..
THROUGH EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Philadelphia
10.50 p. m., and arrives at Harrisburg at 8,10 a, 311.
MAIL TRAIN leaves Philadelphia at 8.00 a. m., an
arrives at Harrisburg at 1.20 p. M.
LOCAL MAIL TRAIN leaves Harrisburg for Pittsbnr
at 7.00 a. m.
PAST LINE leaves Philadelphia at 12.00 noon, and ar ,
rives at Harrisburg at 4.10 p. m.
HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION TRAIN loavial
Philadelphia at 2.00 p. m., and arrives at Harrisburg at
'1.85 p. m.
ACCOMMODATION TRAIN - leaves Philadelihis
4.00 p. my and arrives at Harrisburg at 9.46 p. m.
Attention Is 'called to the filet, that passengers leaving
Philadelphia at 4 p. m. connect at Lancaster with
MOUNT JOY ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, andartivilied
Harrisburg at 9.46 p. m.
SAMUEL D: YOUNCI,
Supt? _East. ,Div. Pe;atea Railroad.
NE w AIR LINE ROUTE
Shorted . .Distance* and 'Quickest In limo
RETWE.RNITHE .TWO CITIES 02
- N - BW YORK AND HARRISBURG,
i • VIA
READING, .ALLENTOWN AND. EASTON
sIoB.NINEi EXPRESS, West, leaves New York at IP
a. arriving at Harrii3burg at ip. m., only CI( ;KIM
. between the two cities.
MAIL LINE leaves New York at 12.00 noon, and w
rives at Harrisburg at 8.15 p. in.
HORNING NAIL LINE, East, leaves Harrisburg
8.00 a. m, , arriving at New York at 5.20 p. m.
AFTERNOON EXPRESS LINE, East, leaves Harrill.
burg at 1.15 p. in., arriving at New York at 9.45 p. in.
Connections, re made at Harrisburg at 1.00 p. m. with
the Passenger Trains in each direction on the Pennsylva.
nia, Cumberland Valley and Northern Central Railroads
All Trains connect at Reading with Trains for Potts.
ville and Philadelphia, and at Allentown for Mauch
Chunk, Easton, &c.
No change of Passenger Cars or Baggage between hew
York and Harrisburg, by the 6.00 a. in. Line from Nevi
York or the 1.15 p. in. from Harrisburg.
For beauty of scenery and speed, comfort and accom
modation, this Route presents superior inducements to
the traveling public.
Fare between New York and Harrisburg, FM& DoLLAES
For*Ticketa and other information apply to
J. J. CLYDE, General Agent,
IVINTEB 4R.3AN GEAiE.YT.
ON AND AFTRR DEC. 12, 1580,
TWO PASSENGE R TRAINS LEAVE lIAP.RISDUB.
DAILY, (Sundays excepted,) at 8.00 A. M.,"ard 1.15 P.
M., for Philadelphia, arriving there at 1.25 P.M., Mad 6.15
RETURNING, LEAVE PHILADELPHIA at 8.00 A 31,
and 0.30 P.M., arriving at Harrisburg at 1 P. M. ana B.lp
FARES :—To Philadelphia, No. I Care, 28.26 i No. 2,
(in same train) $2.75.
rAlitBl;—To Residing $1.60 and $1.30.
At Reading, connect with trains for PortsvP:), Millers
ville, Tamaqua, Oatawient, dco.
FOUR TRAINS LEAVE READING FOR 'PHILADEL
PHIA DAILY, at BA. M., 1043 A. M., 12.80 boob aim,
8.43 P.M. •
.LEAVE PRII.ADELPIIIA FOR 'READING at , 8 A,
M.,1.00 P. AL, 3.30 P. M., and 5.00 P. L.
FARES :-.Reaidluit to Philadelphia, 81.75 and 81 45.
THE MORNING THALN FROM HAIIIi.ISBURO CON
NECTS AT itEAIHNO with up train for Wilkethavre
Pittston and Scranton. -
For,Virougif Dakota and other information apply to
J. .1. CLYDE,
NORTHERN CENTRAL RAILWAY.
,'44l, l ,;Meni
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
ON AND AFTER WEDNESDAY, 'JANUARY 30= 3
180. the Passenger Trains of the Northern Central Rail
wa) will leave Harrisburg as follows :
ACCOMMODATION TRAIN will leave at-3.00 a. ta
MAIL TRAIN will Wave at 1,00 pax..
MAIL TRAIN will leave at ... .40 p. to.
The only Train leaving Harrisburg on Sunday anti
the ACCOMMODATION TRAIN South, at s.oa a. m.
For further information apply at the Office, in Penn
sylvenia Railroad-Depot. JOHN W. HALL, Agent,
Harrisburg, Jammer 30, 1331.—jam31.
p 11. IL A DE LPHI4
BEADFNG RAILROA D.
REDUCTION OF PASSENGER PARES,
OFil, AND AFTER MONDAY, APHALL • /160
COMM UTATION TICKETS,
With 24:Coupone, will be issued between any points
desired, good for the holder and any member of bit
family, in any Passenger train, and at any time—at 25
percent, below the regular fares.
• .paelics having occasion to use the Road frlitneettlYtu
business or pleasure, will And the above. arrangement
convenient and erenomical; as Four Passenger trains
run daily each-wor between .Beading and Philadelphia.,
and l'iro,Tralukr:elo'y I?etwaen Readinlf t Pottaville and
Harrisburg. • Of -Outlays, only one mornineridn Down,
and one afterr err train Up, runs between Pottsville and
Philadelphia eAd no Passenger train on the Lebanon
.ar .tht.aboro Tickets , or any information relating
theristip‘• apply to B. Bradford, Big:, Treasurer, Philadel;
phis, ft the respective Ticket Agents on the line, or to
• . • • G. A. NIOOLLS, Genera Bnpl.
Maxon 1860.—mar2Boltf _
p&C 0 '
""St. gr 'o? E. S T' 0 . -RIE:
lip, 90% MARKET STREET ;
• • , HARRISBURG, PA.;
Whorothay intend_to devote their enure time to
iiiantifsettire of ; .F. •",
o 111 OTS AND B•Er CITE Jar
=Of in tinder I varieties , in' the '#eatelitlutinort
ion p o n tyies,'nn4 at s t ainfictai preset •
Their stoervitil consist, in part, of Gentlemeses This
, catf ryted p o tt r it,Lcather Bo o ts c t it t i.,The ri latest u ty.iee ;
indite -anti Miisei? red
va#ool - 4 14 A . 44, ;fitArSithing Vonittidia ifith the
PAC/PM:ARE FQ44.141, 41iiipertic!*/:TatW .,
anWlitin tarns sittafation' be w a irante%; tr ~ Ps
Ni44.11.P. fiMplithOeft tnakers in clic ionic rr t .
their thorouth isisAtintge 4of buSineint
ti th tetilielitat,
wii do justice, and furnish them,sa ths
Atilt peeiteriaid :itself for liti li t)otiattl.aili4lll ll -
biliti. [jaaNy-L , ;JACKMAN II