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Tin Deus PATRIOT AND UNION may be had a
jack's Book Store, corner of Third and Marko
PATRIOT AND UNION.—The DAILY PATRIOT AND
rNION can be bad by Dauphin subscribers, every
morning, at the periodical store of J. S. Fttam
THE Matta.—Under the change of schedule on
the different railroads, the flake of closing the
mails at the Harrisburg Post Of f ice, December Ist,
see, s as follows:
pENNSYLTANTIL R. R.
B aß t . _4 A. in.—way mail, 12.15 p. m., 5. p.
West. —6.30 a. m.—way mail, 3.50 P. m, 9 p. m.
NORTHERN CENTRAL R. R.
Sorah.-12.15 p. m.—way mail, 9. p. m.
North. —1 p. m.
LEBANON VALLEY R. R.
7.10 a. ut.
DAUPHIN AND SIISQ. R. R.
1.3 0 p. m.
ustannuarro VALLEY R. R.
7.30 a. M, 1 p. EL—way mail.
7 a. m., to Gettysburg, on Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday_ 7a. m., to Jonestown, on Monday,
weitnesday and Friday. 1 p. in., to Lewisberry,
A grand hop, or sociable party, will be given at
the Exchange this evening.
EASTER MONDAY.—ApriI Ist being Easter Mon -
by, we learn that the Cameron Guard contemplate
making a grand parade on the occasion.
AT WORK.—The superintendent of the State
Capitol grounds has got his men at work fixing up
the walks and beautifying the promen9do2.
ON A RISN.—The recent rains have had a ten
dency to raise the Susquehanna, and the water
comes splurging down in most magnificent array.
A CHANGE.—The elections hereafter will be held
at Orsinger's, instead of the Park House. Such
RaS the decision of the people on Saturday night
PAY DAT—Yesterday was pay day on the Penn-
Eylrania Railroad, and the attaches of the road
Awe industriously engaged in circulating the sp on-
TEE PAST AND TICE PRESENT.—This picture,
which we noticed in yesterday's paper, can be seen
to-day at the office of Mayor Kepner, in Walnut
TUFTING BEASON.-MITIVAy many rafts have
passed down the river, and, as the stream is still
a good navigable order, we may expect more in a
ALL Allot-T.—The members of the Third House,
er many of them, are already in town, ready for
business. Our hotels are fast filling up, and in a
day or two we may expect busy times.
TEE Goon WILL.—The members of the Good
Will Fire Company are making arrangements to
bid a fair at the Exchange next week, oommeneing
en Monday next.
A FIRE.—A slight fire occurred on Saturday
sight ; in Tanners alley. A small shanty received
maliderahla damage, and the firemen of the city
were brought into active service.
Loox To IT IN TlME.—Persons who own valuable
logs, should see to it in time that they are pro
tided with the necessary collar, and plate upon it,
otherwise the sassinger market may be glutted.
DEMOCRATS, Armin-J[ox !—A meeting of the Dem
tratie citizens of the Sixth ward will be held this
vening, at the ward house, for the purpose of BO
ecting a candidate for the office of ward consta-
ELECTION' Ttcw.sas.—Candidates for office should
remember that the best and cheapest job work is
performed at the PATRIOT AND UNION OFFICE.-
Prepare your tickets in time and get ready for the
THE TRAVELER'S RETREAT.-ThS City Hotel
ontained but three lodgers on Sunday night. They
were all volunteers, and in search of employment.
Their destination was westward, and being minus
of funds, were honorably discharged.
Dscadarzs.—We understand that Mr. Bohannon
rezpectfully declines the nomination for constable
tf the Third ward. This may possibly make it
tt , sessary to call the citizens of the ward together
main, and fill the vaeaney.
Comet.—Another invoice of this Benth
am Plaple was received yesterday, and forwarded
to the mill. We learn that the stock already on
Land is enough to keep the operatives busily an
noyed for many weeks yet.
Om A DIRE.—The postage on circulars to Cali
frnia and all places on the Pacific coast is now. by
law, ten cents—to be in all eases prepaid—for every
ounce. Letters to Colorado Territory, New
Make, &c., at the same rates as heretofore.
DEATH OF MR. ',Max COLDER.-Mr. John Colder,
Rho came here a few days since to attend the in
tim] of his brother William, which took place on
Thursday last, died iu tbis city on gotcTday eve
ting. His remains will be taken to-day to Hun
tingdon for interment.
TEE LEGISLATIME.—Many members of the Le
gislature have returned to the city, a portion of them
raring spent the vacation by visiting their families,
while others took advantage of the times by visit
ing "Old Abe," and solicit a situation for them-
Eqres or their friends. This will no doubt be a
tui , ) , week, and high old times may be looked for.
STREET Cnossisros.—The City Council compels
our citizens to lay bricks along the sidewalks, but,
neglect to attend to their part of the business, which
is to see that the street crossings are properly eared
for. This is decidedly wrong on the part of our
city parents, and we hope that the new Council
will treat all alike—the city as well ap the citizen.
DEMOCRATIC CITY - EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE—An
Adjourned mooting of the Democrati c M T Execu
tive Committee will be held at the house of Daniel
Wagner (Seven Star Hotel) on Tuesday evening, the
12th inst., at 8 o'clock, for the discharge of their
appointed duties as ward conferees. By order of
ti e President. Wm. GAMUT; geey.
Tax COAL BUSINESS.—It is stated that operations
n the coal fields of 111'Keen county, Pa., will be
tsmmenced, during the coming summer, by an
associated company, who intend to make Erie the
iepet, by shipping from the mines over the Sunbury
and Erie railroad. It is proposed, if the Sunbury
and Erie railroad is not completed beyond Warren
le time, to lay down an independent track to meet
the immediate wants of the business, and thus
overcome the only remaining obstacle in the way
of the enterprise.
I Ve would direct attention to the following from
an act of the Legislature, adopted April 13, 1859 :
Section L That every person hereafter elected
to the office of Justice of the Peace or Alderman
!Lail, within thirty days after the election, if be
intends to accept said office, give notice thereof in
vritio g to the prothonatory of the common pleas
of the proper county, Who shall immediately in
lai the Secretary of the Commonwealth of said
atto Kamm; and no conuniedpg AA issue until
Ills Secretary of the Commonwealth has received
lilt notice aforesaid.
COUNSEL TO PEOPLE THAT ARE GOING TO MOVE
As moving time is fast approaching, a cotemporary
gives the following excellent advice, which, as the
almanae.makers say, will suit one latitude as well
In the first place don't move !
Remember the famous story of the fish that
"moved" out of the frying-pan into the fire—call
to mind all the allegories, ancient and modern, re
specting the folly of change—see if the leaky roof
can't be mended—consider whether the range bakes
so very badly—reeopelle yourself to narrow kitch
ens and defective water-pipes—be at peace with all
the world, and your house into the bargain, and
don't move 1
But if this advice comes after the bill has been
put up and the house let, and another one taken,
the next best thing is to arrange matters as philo
sophically as possible, and the following scraps of
counsel may be advantageously adhered to:
Don't keep 'your house in confusion a mouth be
fore the eventful Higera—a week is quite long
enough to make chaos of.
Don't undertake to "clear up" things generally,
It is not economy to bargain away your husband's
best coat to a rag-man, mistaking it for his old
moth-eaten toga—neither is it wisdom to burn all
the receipts and family papers, along with old
letters and newspapers, 'just to get them out of
the way 1"
Don't think it necessary to feed your household
on cold beans and luke-warm tea, or to quarter
theta on floor-beds with earpet-bags for their pil
lows, because they happen to be getting ready to
If your husband is a "handy men," send him
about his business as early in the morning as pos
sible, on moving day. "Randy men" are nuisances
at any period, but at such a time they are an ag
gravation beyond the power of words to describe.
Keep your wits about you, and when your cour
age begins to fail, just boister it up with the com
fortable conviction that what a woman can't do, is
not worth doing at all !
Don't pack the canary-bird and the cat together,
and object decisively to the dressing-glasses being
steadied with coal-scuttles or smoothing-iront
Convince the cart-man at once that you are the
d irecter of affairs, not be, and don't let him impose
upon you in the matter of short loads. What if
you are only a small woman, and he an Irishman
of the amplest pattern? Napoleon was not a six
footer, that ever we heard of.
If you hear anything jingle, stop your ears, and
don't look round until you have countad....t4enty.
Be resigned to whatever may be-fall or be-break !
And remember that as everything else comes to
an 013 d) so also does moving day
DEMOCRATIC NOMINATIONB.—M a meeting of the
Democratic citizens of Harrisburg, held at the va
rious ward houses, the following persons were
placed in nomination as candidates to be supported
at the ensuing election :
First Ward— Connell, Daniel Hoeker ; School
Director, George Welker; Assessor, Ambrose Tay
lor; Judge, Alex. W. Bergatreasor; Inspector,
Henry Zimmerman; Alderman, George E. Cald
well; Constable, A. Jackson Wickert; Executive
Committee, William Hamilton, William H. Cleek
ner, John Knepley.
Second Ward.—Council, Jacob Tlaehnlen; Asses
sor, Daniel Snyder; Judge, Edwin Pollock; In
spector, Philip Linn ; School Director, A. Boyd
Hamilton; Constable, Marks Snyder.
Third Ward.—Council, John Stahl; School Di
rector, John Till; and for the unexpired term of
Dr. Win. R. DeWitt, John Edwards ; Assessor,
Josiah Royal ; Judge, George Bailey ; Inspector,
James Fitzgerald; Constable, John Bohannon.—
Ward Committee, William R. Verbeke, George
Bailey, and Theo. F. Seheffer.
Fourth Ward.—Council, David Ma3yer ; School
Directors, John Till, John C. Pager, John Edwards,
(for unexpired term ;) Assessor, John Tomlinson ;
Judge, Andrew Schlayer ; Inspector, Geo. Forbes ;
Constable, John Stoufer. Executive Committee,
Wm. Garratt, Levi Wolfinger, Owen McCabe.
Fifth Ward.—School Directors, Amos W. Young,
John Till and John Fader ; Assessor, Patrick Jor
dan; Judge, George Erenizer; Inspector, George
IL Miller, Jr.; Constable, George Garman.
Sixth Ward.—Couneil, John Brooks; Alderman,
John Christ; Assessor, Jacob Bernhard; Judge,
Jacob Ilummelbach ; Inspector, Wm. Stephen;
Constable—there beirlg a tie vote between Mr. Es
sig and Mr. Dl'Clintock, no nomination was made;
but the meeting adjourned to meet again this (Tues
GRAND CONCHRT BY THE HARMONIC 80CIETY.—H
will be seen by reference to our advertising col
umns, that the Harmonic Society proposes giving
a grand concert of sacred music, in the First Lu
theran Church, Fourth street, on Thursday et ening
next. The programme is of quite a miscellaneous
character, comprising Ries' celebrated Contata,
"The Morning," an excellent selection of "Old
Folk's Music," which, we venture to promise, will
be well performed, and be a reminder of old times
to very many of our citizens, such as they have
never before experienced. The last part will be
made up of choice selections from some of the best
composers, quartette, dco., concluding with that
magnineent masterpiece of the immortal Handel,
"Hallelujah ! For the Lord God Omnipotent Reign
We confidently predict the entire success of the
"Harmonic," in this concert; and, as an indication
of this, we learn that the tickets are rapidly sell
lug. Citizens and others had better supply them
selves beforehand, as it is understood no tickets
will be sold at the church doors.
BEFORE ALDERMAN MAGLAUCHLIBL—OR BattUr.
day evening, Charles Madden felt galorious, and
concluded to go on a bender. Charley- was flush
of funds, in the comment, and, drunk as any man
elieuld Wish to he, at the tithe he WAS presented to
friend Boyd, of the "Continental," in Walnut
street. The said Charles felt disposed to imbibe
some of the State street whisky, which he did, and
the consequence was, Charles located. While oc
cupying the position of a warrior taking his rest,
he was observed by officer Garman, who, with the
kindest of feelings, and by the help of a "one-wheel
conveyance," Mr. Madden was safely propelled,
and securely ensconced in durance. The Alderman
thinkiug that Charles was disposed to sober up,
and become a better if not a wiser man, committed
him for forty-eight hours, and he is now on his
winding way to the rural districts, or some sea
AN INTOLERABLE NIIISANCE.—The accumulated
dirt of the winter has blown about the streets du
ring the last week ie a DiAtila' far from agreeable
to promenaders, or those whose business compelled
them to be out. At times it was almost impossible
to avoid the clouds of dust, and not only the cloth
ing of pedestrians suffered, but their eyes were
hued with it, almost blinding them. To add to
the discomfiture, the ashes that had been left upon
the streets for removal, but which had been ne
glected, as it too often is, were also blown about,
so that between the dust and the ashes it was al
most impossible to move through the streets. Had
the streets been in a condition the public had a
right to expect, very little inconvenience would
have been experienced from the high wind, and we
hope the Chief of Police will take the matte r in
hand, and see that the supervisors do their duty.
HORSE STEALING.—With the number of detec
tives and the various societies now organized
throughout the country, it is very surprising that
these desperadoes can carry on their depredations
with such impunity. Hardly a day passes but
what we hear of a horse being stolen in some part
of the State, and the Mayor's office is play-carded
with bills from every section of the country, offer-
ing rewards for the apprehension of these thieves.
Chronic invalids should read Dr. Stewart's ad
vertisement in another column.
To WHAT STRANGE USES MAY WE COME.—The
New York Advertiser sale the Polytechnic Asso
ciation is, at its next meeting, to be feasted with
sugar made, by chemical transformation, from old
raga, and with a pudding made from the gelatine
of old shoes. Leather being composed of tannin
and gelatine, the tannic acid is extracted, and the
gelatine is then purified from the discoloring tan
nite of iron, after which it is fit for culinary pur
poses. In this latitude we work up the raw mate
rial as nature Weeded, For instance, we lake the
fleece of sheep and make it into cloth, to be made
into the elegant garments for gentlemen and youths
for which the Brown Stone Clothing Hall of Rook
hill 41c Wilson, Nos. 603 and 605 Chesnut street
above Sixth, Philadelphia, is so famous.
FATAL ACCIDENT.—A man by the name of Jo
siah Sohn living a few miles above Mechanicsburg,
was killed yesterday on the-Cumberland Valley
railroad. He attempted to cross the track just as
the morning train for Chambersburg was approach
ing, and being deaf, did not hear the repeated
sound of the whistle; the cow-catcher caught him
and threw him against the fence, ktlling him ha
mediately. No blame can be thrown on the engi
neer, and it is only to be regreted that people are
so reckless and careless in walking on or across
railroad tracks. The deceased was a mason by
trade, a sober, induetrieus, and much-respected
man of about 58 years of age; he leaves a wife and
several children to mourn over his loss.
LLOYD'S MINSTRELS, who are to appear at
Brant's Mall, on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday
neat, are highly spoken of by the Philadelphia
papers. The Sunday Atlas says: This fine band
of performers closed their first visit to our city last
evening. This band is one of the best we have
ever had the pleasure of listening to. We bespeak
for them a kind reception wherever they may go,
and we shall always be glad to welcome them
back to our city. Philo A. Clarke, Esq., the ad
vertising agent of this company, is a gentleman
of strict integrity and a pleasant and lively com
panion. Cool White, the stage manager, is one of
the best in the country.
Scawnrxerte.—Professor'Slingding has arrived
in town, and proposes to deliver 'a lecture before
the people of this city. The Professor takes the
position that the Scandinavians discovered America
long before Columbus existed. The Professor is a
man of letters, and has published a book of up
wards of four hundred pages, and as a cotemporary
remarks—" That part of it which relates to the re
ligious and political institutions of the Northmen,
will be interesting to all nations, while the portion
which treats on the discovery of America by the
Northmen long before Columbus came into the
world, will have a peculiar value in this country."
SIGNED.—The Governor has signed the bill for
the commutation of the tonnage tax on the Penn
sylvania railroad, and also the bill affording relief
to and changing the title of the Sunbury and Erie
railroad company. The latter company w ill hence
forth be known as the Philadelphia and Erie rail
road. By the passage of the bill in reference to
the Pennsylvania railroad, the litigation pending
between it and the Commonwealth is at an end,
the company being relieved, as we are informed,
not only of further charges on account of tonnage,
but also of the judgments of $255,000, which the
State has recovered against it.
Tom BENNETT.—This notorious rowdy and "peace
keeper" was brought before Alderman Magluta
lin, charged with chicken stealing. Thomas is
well known in this community as one of the most
troublesome Ablates to be found in the east anti
and ho is now charged by one Elizabeth Marsltall
with stealing a lot of chickens on the Bth of March,
Elizabeth says that Thomas, in company with an
Irishman, started out on a nocturnal excursion at
the above-mentioned time, and on their return th
chickens "wore dar." Bennett was bound ove
for his appearance at court.
Peon Deo TRAY.—Yesterday morning an insane
dog, who, under the mistaken idea that he could
stop a milk-cart, and put an end to fast driving,
with all the firmness of a Norman Senator, but the
physical strength of a pigmy, threw himself under
the wheels of the oar of the milkman, and thereby
lost his life. The dog was &blooded one, (judging
from the quantity that circulated on the creasing,)
and we have no doubt but what Nehemiah, or
some other poet, will give us a dogerel on the
death of the unfortunate animal.
IT will be seen by the advertisement of Col.
Wallower, that he has resumed the forwarding and
commission business, which he is prepared to con
duct with promptness and energy. His numerous
friends, as well as our business community gener
ally, will doubtless welcome his return to an oc
cupation for which he le Ne well fitted by industry
MUSLIM, MITSLIRS, MIISLINS !-1,000 yards the
vory best Unbleached Muslin, 10 cents; 2,000 yds.
beautiful Bleached Muslim, 10 cents ; 2,000 yards
of the best long Cloth Muslin, 12.1 cents; which I
will sell by the piece at 11* cents. A large lot of
remnants of Calicoes, to be sold cheap; remnants
of Colored Silk ; remnants of Helaine; all will be
sold cheap. Delaines, Broche Shawls, other Shawls,
Cassinetts, Cassimere for pants, Black Cloth, at
cost price. A splendid assortment of Cambrics,
Jaeonets, Cambric Bands, Hem-stitched Handker
chiefs, from New York auction; white and colored
Flannels, at cost price. For cheap goods call at
at Rhoads' Old Corner.
ija• WARRANTED IN ALL CASES
- DR. HARVEY'S
OHRONO THERMAL FEMALE PILLS
For the prevention and Care of all those difficulties towhieh
the female system is peculiarly liable. arising from
STOPPAGE OF NATURE OR OBS ['RUCTION.
These Pells have never been known to fail when the'
directions have been strictly followed, and they are
perfectly safe to take by the most delicate.
TO MARRIED LADIES they are particularly recom
mended, as they prevent difficulties, and restore nature,
no matter from what cause the obstruction may arise. A
few days in most eases will produce the desired effect; and
although so powerful, yet no injury will ever result from
their use. But those who are pregnant should not use
them, as they have an effect contrary to nature. Pamphlets
detailing their virtues, with numerous certificates from well
known physicians and apothecaries, eau be had en applies.-
tion to the agent, who will send the Pills, if desired, by
mail, post-paid, to any address, on receipt of the money.
Sold in boxes containing flirty pH/a l —price One Dollar,—
by all the principal druggists and dealers, and by DYOTT
& CO., wholesale agents, North Second street, Philadel
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 black. Well,
you apply (if you are wise)
EXCELSIOR HAIR DYE!
and in ten minutes yourmirror shows you a
Every hair that a few moments before Was an guSiSbtly
blemish, is now an element of beauty. " A magnificent
head of hair" is the exclamation whenever you uncover.
The difference between
BEAUTY AND THE BEAST
wan not more striking then that between a gray or red
head in a state of nature, and one to which this famous
dye has been applied. Manufactured by 3. CRISTA
DORO, 6 Astor Rouse, New York. Sold everywhere, and
pplied by all Hair Dressers, jane-d&wlm
MRS. WINSL OW,
An experienced nurse and female physician, bass Sooth
ing Syrup f9r children Within& Which greatly facilitate
the process of teething by softening the gull"; reduci n g an
inflamnation—will allay all pain, and it sure to regulate
the bowels. Depend upon it mothers, it will give rest to
yourselves, and telief and health to your infante. Per.
costly flare in all eager. Bee advertisentsz... in another eol
A NEW REMEDY.
Superseding CUBEBS, COPAIBA, CAPSULES, or any compound
that has ever been before the people. It has been used by
ONE HUNDRED PHYSICIANS,
In their private pract'ce, with entire success, in all cases.
BELL'S SPECIFIC PILLS,
For diseases of a pr.vate nature ; a rues is frequent/if per
formed in a wee/', and entire confidence may be placed in
them. This remedy is a newly discovered specific, more
active and speedy in its effects than Cubebs or Cowin
alone. The pills are half the size of Capsules, and never
nauseate the stomach, or impregnate the breath. Six dozen
pills in a box—price one dollar, and will be sent by mail,
by the agent, on receipt of the money.
Sold by all the principal druggists and dealers, and by
DYOTT & CO., wholesale agents, North Second street,
PURIFY YOUR BLOOD.—BRANDRETH'S
PILLS WARRANTED TO CURE FRYER AND Aegis.—The
effect of purging with BRANDRETIVS PILLS is to re
store the health, no matter from what cause it may be
suffering. They take out all impurities from the sys
tem; and they have the same power of expulsion over
miasm, poisonous vapor of decayed vegetables, or indeed
any poisonous exhalations breathed by man whatever.
In fact, if the blood is poisoned, it is impure, and im
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, costiveness and
painful affections of every kind.
Sold, price 25 cents, at N 0.294 Canal set, New York,
and by all Druggists. Also, by GEC I 7 BELL, corner
of Second and Chestnut streets, Harristvrg, and by all
respectable dealers in medicines de9-d&wlm
Mothers, read this.
The following is 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—Mas. Win
Low's SOOTHING SYRUP FOR CHILDREN TEETHING
" We see an advertisement in your columns of Mrs.
Winslow's Soothing Syrup. New we never said a word
in favor of a patent medicine before in our life, but we
feel compelled to say to your readers, that this is no
humbug —we LUTE TRIED IT, AND KNOW IT TO BE ALL IT
cLe ims. It is, probably, one of the most successful
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&wly
vi - ELMBOLD'S OENIIINE PREPARATION" Cares Ora
it Yel, Bladder, Dropsy, Kidney Affections.
T 4 ELDItIOLD'S Genuine Preparation for Nervone and
HELMBOLIPS Genuine Preparation for Lon of Power,
Lose of Memory.
HELDILSOLD'b ermine Preparation for Dlincalty of
3reath ing, lieneral Weakness.
T_TELMBOLD'S Genuine Preparation for Weak Nervee,
Horror of Death, Trembling.
11ELDIBOLD'S Gtenn ine Preparation for Night Sweats,
Cold Feet, Charms of Vision.
fELLMBOL LPN tiennins Preparation for Lanzuor,
venial Lassitude of the Muscular System.
U ELMBOLD% Genuine Preparation for Pallid tiounte-
A- 1 . MECO and lErnptiona.
H EIMBOLD'S (}ermine Preparation for Paine in tne
Back, Headache ! Sick stomach.
117" See advertisement headed
BELBIBOLD , 3 EXTRACT BUCHII
in another oclumn. noll-d&wain
THE GREAT ENGLISH .I.462.KEDY.—Sir
James Clarke's Celebrated Female Pill., prepared from a
prescription of Sir J. Clarke, M. D., Physician Extraordl.
nary to the Queen.
This invaluable medicine is unfailing in the cute 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 IIdARRIED LADIES
it is peculiarly suited. It win in a Short time bring on
the monthly period with regularity_
Each bottle, price One Dollar, bears the Government
Stamp of Great' Britain, to prevent counterfeits. -
TRESS PILLS SHOULD NOT BE TAKEN BY FEMALES DURING
TIM FIRST THREE MONTHS OF PREONANOY,AS TB6YARE
STIRS TO BRING ON MISCARRIAGE, BUT AT ANY OTHER TIME
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 effect a
cure when all other means have failed, and although a pow
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.—51 7 00 and 6 postage stamps enclosed to any au
thorized Agent, will insure a bottle, containing over 50
pills, by return mail.
For sal ebyO. A. BANNVART. Harrisburg. jy7—daurly
Dr. Drunon's Concentrated Remedies.
No. Y. THE GREAT REVIVER, speedily eradicates all
the evil effects of SELF-ABUSE, 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 sea. Price One Dollar.
2. THE BALM will cure in from two to eight days,
any case of a ONORRHC6 A., is wi thou* taste or smell, and
- equires no restriction of action or diet. For either sea.
price One Dollar.
No. 3. ME 'TENHO will cure in the shortest possible
iwe, any ease of OLE ET, even after all other Remedies
nave failed to produce the desired effect. No taste or smell
Price One Dollar.
No. 4. THE PI/NITER is the only Remedy that will
really cure Strictures or the Urethra. No matter of bow
long standing or neglected the came may be. Price One
No. 5. THE SOLUTOR will pare any case of GRAVEL,
permanently and speedily remove all afflictions of the
Bladder and Kidneys. Price One Dollar.
No. 6 FOR PARTICULARS SEE CIRCULAR.
No. 7 THE AMARIN will cure the Whites radieally,
and in a much shorter time than they can be removed by
any other treatmeut. In fact, is the onlyremedy 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 Dollars.
No 9. FOR PART/OULARS SEE 0/ROULAR.
Either Remedy sent free by mail on receipt of the price
annexed. Enclose postage stamp and get a Circular.
General Depot North—Past corner of York Avenue and
Callowhill Street. Private Office 401 York Avenue, Phila
Finagle in Etarrieturg only by C. A. BANNYART. where
Circulars containing valuable infOrmat . en, with full de
scriptions of each case, will be delivered gratis. on appli
cation. Address DR. FELIX BRUNON,
P. 0. Box 99. Philadelphia, Pa.
fo r Zak & eo neut.
FOR RENT.—A Fine THR EE-STORY
BRICK DWELLING—modern style, with water,
gas, &c.,—in a central part of the City. Inenre at
feb2B-3td* THIS OFFICE.
FOR S A L E—A Light Spring One
}forge WAGON, Apply at Patterson's Store, Broad
street, West Harrisburg. oc3l-dtlf
NOTICE TO SPECULATORS I
VALUABLE BITILDINQ LOTS FOB BALE:
A number of large size BUILDING LOTS, adjoining
the Round HMO and Work Shope of the Penittlyillnia
Railroad Company, will be sold low and on reasonable
terms. Apply to au29-d6m JOHN W. HALL.
FFOBSALE.--The BUILDING on the
corner of Walnut and Short streets, wed as a
COOPER SHOP. This building was originally built so
that it could be turned into Dwelling Houses. It con
ninth of three separate frames placed together, each frame
being 25 by 23 feet, making the entire building, as it now
stands, 75 feet long and 20 feet wide. Will sell also an
EIGHT HORSE POWER ENGINE AND BOILER,
nearly new, and one of Drawback's Patent Stave Oweeem
and a Set of Saws for Jointing Staves. The above
property will be sold at a bargain, as we wish to clear
the ground on which the building stands. Enquire at
the Broker's oMce of 0. L.M'CULLOCH,
feb9-dtf l2O Market Street.
•HOUSES TO RENT.—Two or three
dwellings, in the brick row, on Third street, near
Walnut, are offered for rent, from the Ist of April next.
For terms, enquire of MICHAEL DOME,
UNITED STATES HOTEL,
SOOTS EAST CORNER OF 11TH AND MARKET STREETS.
ADJOINING- THE PENNSYLVANIA RAIL
I =l .l3XX—s
The undersigned would respectfully inform the Public
that he has taken the above Hotel, formerly known as
it THE MANSION ROUSE," which he has refitted and
newly furnished throughout.
The Rooms are spacious and commodious, and furnished
with every convenience to be found'inthe best Hotels in
The "UNITED STATES" is admirably located for the
convenience of travelers, being under the same roof with
the Pennsylvania Railroad Depot, and thus saving both
hack hire and porterage of baggage. No pains will be
spared to render the , c UNITED STATES" a pleasant and
agreeable residence to all who may favor it with their
patronage. Charges moderate.
0c22-d3mwly H. W. KANAGA, Proprietor.
GEO. J. BOLTON, PROPPIMOB.
This old established House having changed hands
during the present season, has undergone exteneive im
provements and been thoroughly RENOVATDD AND
BEFITTED. We feel confident that it is now not
second to any in the stets for the CoOtfrofs end aroma
iences which pertain to a First Class hoteljaal2-t.
T HE STRONGES T
BOND 01? UNION
YET DISCOVERED BETWEEN
THE NORTH AND SOUTH,
PROF. WOOD'S HAIR RESTORATIVE
READ WHAT A DISTINGUISHED PHYSICIAN
OF ST. LOUIS SAYS OF IT.
St. Louis, July 10th, 1860,
0. J. WOOD, Esq.: Dear Sir—Allow me the pleasure
and satisfaction to transmit to you the beneficial effects
of your Hair Restorative after a trial of live years. I
commenced using your Restorative in January, 1855,
since which time I have not been without a bottle on
hand. When I commenced the nee, my hair was quite
thin, and at least one-third gray. A few applications
stopped its falling, and in three weeks time there was
not a gray hair to be found, neither has there been up to
After my hair was completely restored, I continued its
use by applying two or three times per month, My hair
has ever continued healthy, soft and glossy, and my Scalp
perfectly free from dandruff. I do not imagine the facts
above mentioned will be of any particular advantage to
you, or even hatter your vanity at this late day, as I am
well aware they are all well known already, and even
more wonderful ones throughout the Union. I have oc
cupied my time in traveling the greater part of the time
the past three years, and have taken pride and pleasure
in recommending your Restorative and exhibiting its
effects in my own caso. In several instances I have met
with people that have pronounced it a humbug ; saying
they had used it, and without effect. In every instance,
however, it proved by probing the matter, that they had
not used the article at all, but had used some new arti
cle said to be as good as yours, and selling at about half
the price. I have noticed two or three articles myself
advertised as above, which I have no doubt are humbugs.
It is astonishing that people will patronize an article of
no reputation, when there is one at hand that has been
proved beyond a doubt.
Apparently, some of those charlatans have not brains
enough to write an advertisement, as I notice they have
copied yours, word far word in several instances, merely
inserting some other name in place,of yours.
I have, within the past five years, seen and talked with
more than two thousand persons that have used your
preparation with perfect success—some for baldness,
gray hair, scald head, dandruff, and every disease the
scalp and head are subject to.
I celled to see you, personally, at your original place
of business here, but learned you were now living in New
You are at liberty to publish this or to refer parties to
me. Any . communication addressed to me, care box
1920, will be promptly answered. Yours, truly,
JAMES WHITE, M. D.
Warren Springs, Perry Co., PS., June 7th, IMO.
Pao,. WOOO Dear Sir—l was induced more than a
year ago to try your valuable Hair Restorative, for the
purpose of cleansing my head of dandruff. I bad suf
fered with it upon my head for years, and had never been
able to get anything to do me any good in removing it,
although I had tried many preparations, until I saw
your advertisement in a Harrisburg paper. Being there
at the time, I called at Gross & Ross's Drug Store
and bought a bottle, and now am prepared to recommend
It to universal use, for it has completely removed all dand
ruff from my head, and an application once in two weeks
keeps it free from any itching or other unpleasantness.—
I must also state that my hair had become quite white
in places, and, by the use of your preparation, has been
restored to its original color. lam now 50 years of age,
and although I have used two bottles of the Restora
tive, no one has any knowledge of it, as I allow a Fe*
gray hairs to remain in order to have my appearance
comport with my age. My head is now of less trouble
to me, in keeping it clean, &c.., than at any time since
I have been a child. I consider your preparation o f great
value, and although I do not like to expose myself, I
consider it my duty to say so. You can use tbis,or any
part of it, in any shape you think proper, if it is worth
anything to you. Yours, &c.
H. H. ETTER.
Bloomington, Ind., July 80th, 1859.
Dear Sir here send you a statement that I think
you are entitled to the benefit of. I am a resident of
Bloomington and have been for over thirty years. lam
now over 50 years of age. For about twenty years past
my hair has been turning considerably gray ; and was
almost entirely white, and very stiff and unpliant. I
had seen a number of certificates of the very wonderful
effect of your Hair Restorative, but supposed there was
more fiction than truth in them ; but entertaining a
strong desire to have my hair, if possible, restored to its
original color and fineness, as it was in my younger days
a beautiful black, I concluded I would make the experi
ment, commencing in a small way. I purchased one of
your small bottles, at one dollar, and commenced using,
following, directions as nearly as I could. I soon diSCovii
ered the dandruff removed, and my hair, that was fall
ing off in large quantities, was considerably tightened,
and a radical change taking place in the color. I have
continued to use it till I have used three of your small
~113 t begun on the fourth. i have now us
pretty a head of dark brown, or light black hair, as any
man, or as I had in my youthful days when a boy in the
hills of Western Virginia. My head is entirely clear of
dandruff, and the hair ceased entirely falling off, and is
as soft and fine, and feels as oily, as though it was just
from under the hands of a French shampooer. Many
of my acquaintances frequently say to me, "Butler, where
did you get that fine wig?" I tell them it was the ef
fects of your Restorative. It is almost impossible to
convince them that it is the original hair of the same
old gray head. Yours, truly,
FREDERICK T. BUTLER,
Bloomington, Monroe County, Indiana.
PROF. WOOD'S 11A1P. RESTORATIVE—In another col
umn will be found an advertisement of this well-known
acid excellent preparation for restoring gray hair to its
original color. The Hair Restorative also cures cuta
neous eruptions, and prevents the hair falling off. We
have seen many authentic testimonials in proof of these
assertions, some of which are from gentlemen whom we
have known for many years as persons of the most re
liable character. Don't dye till you have tried this Re
etorative.—Baston. Olive Brandt.
WOOD'S HAIR RESTORAT/TE,—We are not in the habit
of puffing every new oiscovery, for nine cases of ten
they are quack nostrums, but we take great pleasure in
recommending Professor Wood's article to all whose hair
15 falling off, or turning grey. Our well-known contri
butor, Finley Johnson, Esq., has experienced the bene
fits of its application, and joins with us in speaking of its
virtues. Let all try it, and bald heads will be as rare as
snow in Summer.—Baltimors Patriot.
WOOD'S HAIR RESTORATIVE —Unlike most specifies,
this is proved, by unimpeachable evidence, to possess
great efficacy as a restorer of the hair to its pristine
Where the head had beeome almost bald because
of sickness, the use of this article has produced a beau
tiful growth of thick, glossy hair. It is therefore a val
uable preparation for all classee. Its ingredients are
such as to effectually eradicate dandruff and other im
purities, which operate so injuriously to the hair. It
also has curative properties of another descripti 11 In
many cases pimples and other disfigurements of the skin
disappear wherever it is used. There is no hazard at-
taching to the trial of this remedy, and its effects can
only be beneficial, as the compound. if it does not cause
a manifest improvement, is incapable of doing harm, as
its component elements are perfectly i
ton Tranwrips, April 22, 950.
A GENUINE BOO'S.--In our capacity as conductor of a
public journal we are called upon to advertise the cure
'ails of the day, each of which claims to be unadultera
ted in its composition and infallible in its curative ef
fects—with what justice we leave our readers to deter
mine. In one instance, however—Prof. Wood's Hair
Reetorative—we are so well assured of the notable
qualities of the article that we give it our endorsement
as all that its inventor and vender claims it to be. Its
effect upon a falling head of hair is universally known to
be magical; like lime or guano on exhausted land, it
brings its crop wherever applied. Our own thatch is
fortunately healthy, but we advise our friends with
sparsely growing hair to trythe Restorative.—Co/umbia
QOAcK NOSTIII7I4 —The majority of hair washes, hair
dye; hair tonics, hair oils, and the ”rnberlessprepara
tions whieh are now before the public tinder such ex
travagant, hyperbolical and fantastic titles as we see
paraded in show windows and newspaper headings, as
hair preparations, are all humbugs of the first water;
their real merit, when they possess any, is, that they do
no harm. liog's lard, whale oil, lard oil, sweet oil,
scented and colored, make up, when in beautiful wrap-.
pers and white flint glass bottles, the costliest character
of tonics, and when thus costly, are baptised with some
tri-syllable term, and caught at by verdant young and
old of both sexes. Such is not the character of Prof.
Wood's flair Restorative. This gentleman comes before
the world without any “IriglifalutinllXilopliloforium or
any other astoundine and startling catch-penny term ; he
simply advertises a Hair Restorative—what it expresses,
precisely—and as a Restorative it acts. l3ny Professor
Wood's Hair Restorative s and as you value your scalp,
aye, your very brains, apply nothing else ; for it maybe
that you will get some worse substance than perfumed
lard oil on your cranium. Remember, Wood's Restora
tive fur the flair is the best article extant.—.Neto York
0. J. WOOD & Co., Proprietors, 444 Broadway. New
York, and 114 Market Street, St. Louie, Mo., and sold by
all good Druggists, mar2•daw2m.
CONSUEERS OF COAL, TAKE NOTICE!
Coal delivered to any part of the city limits by the
Patent Weigh Carts, at the following low rates, for
cash, viz :
Lykens Valley Nut Coal at *2 0 0 per ton.
et Small Egg 2.90
rr Large do. .e.'9o "
At Broken "
Bait. Coal Co.'s Wilkesbarre Steamboat, 3.00 per ton.
ec gs Broken, 3.00
ft it Egg, 840
it 64 Nut, 2.25 ' 6
Broad Top Coal, (for Smiths' use,)l2X eta, per bushel,
2,500 Bushels OATS for sale, at lowest cash price.
A large lot of superior HICKOR Y AND OAK WOOD
for sale, at the lowest rates.
Agent for DUPONT'S GUN AND BLASTING
POWDER—for sale at manufacturer's prices.
Coal delivered from both yards at above rates, by
Patent Weigh Carts, which are certified to by the Sealers
of Weights and Measures.
Every consumer will please weigh their Coal on
delivery, and if it falls short 10 pounds I will forint
A large, full and complete stock of the best kindo of
Coal will always be found on band.
JAMES M. WHEELER.
Harrisburg, January 29, 1861. jan3o dim
ONLY YARD IN TOWN THAT DELIVERS
COAL BY TH B
P A TENT WEIGH CAR.TE!
NOW IS TEE TIME
For every family to get in their supply of Coal for the
winter—weighed at their door by the Patent Weigh
Carts. 27tc accuracy of those Carts no one disputes, and
they never get out of order, as is frequently the case of
the Platform Scales; besides, the consumer has the
satisfaction of proving the weight of his Coal at his
I have a large supply of Coal on hand, co"..iistlog of 1
S. M. CO.'S LYKENS VALLEY COAL all sixes.
LYKENS VALLEY d o gg g g
WILKESBARRE do. • ` A.
BITIIMiIIOI7S BROAD TOP do,
All Coal of the best quality mined, and delivered free
from all impurities, at the lowest rates, by the boot or
car load, single, half or third of tons, and by the bushel.
JAMES M. WAERLAR,
Harrisburg, September 24. 1860.—Etep25
P T 0 W NI
PATENT WEIGH CARTS.
For the convenience of my numerous uptown custom
ers, I have established, in connection with my old yard,
a Branch Coal Yard opposite North street, in a line with.
the Pennsylvania canal, having the office formerly occu
pied by Mr. R. Merril:, where 6.6lWitsiet§ of Coal In that
vicinity and Verbeketown can receive their Coal by the
PATENT WEIGH CARTS
WITHOUT EXTRA CHARGE FOR Ifet ik/Nay
And in any quantity they may desire, as low as can be
FIVE THOUSAND TONS COAL ON HAND,
Of LYKENS VALLEY and WILBESBARRE, all sine.
irp- Welling to maintain fair prices, but unwilling
to be undersold by any parttes.
.117-All Coal forked up and delivered clean and free
from all impurities and the best article mined.
Orders received at either Yard will be promptlyfilled,
nd all Coal delivered by the Patent Weigh. Carts.
Coal sold by Boat, Car load, single, half or third of
tons, and by the bushel.
JAMES M. WHEELER
Harrisburg, Oetober 13. 1860.—0et15
- E yKENS VALLEY NUT COAL-
For Sale AT TWO DOLLARS PER TON.
IL - r All Coal dolivered by PATENT WEIGH CARTE
JAMES ii. WHEELER.
Coaldelivered from both yards. nol7
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FOR DISEASES OF TILE
BLADDER, GRAVEL, KIDNEYS, DROPSY,
BLADDER, GRAVEL, KIDNEYS, DROPSY,
BLADDER, GRAVEL, KIDNEYS, DROPSY,
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BLADDER, GRAVEL, KIDNEYS,DROPSY'
BLADDER, GRAVEL, KIDNEYS DROPSY,
ORGANIC WE AS N tiS9,
• ORGANIC WEAKNESS,
And all Diseases of Ls:eau= Organt,
And all Diseases of Sexual Organs,
And all Diseerses of Sexual Organs,
And all Diseases of Sexual 0 ,- cons,
And all Diseases of Sexual Organs,
And all Diseases of Sexual Organs,
Excesses, Exposures, and Impradencres in Life
Excesses, Exposures, and Imprudencies in Life
Excesses, ExposureJ, and Imprudencies in Life
Excesses, Exposures, and Jruiprndencies in Life
Excesses, Exposures, and Impradeocies in Life
Excesses, Exposures, andlmprucencies in Life
Prom whatever Cau se originating, and whether existing in
MALE OR FEMALE
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Females, take no mare Pale They are of no avail for
Complaints incident to the Rea Use
.Extrut Ductai ip a Medicine which is per.
fectly pleasant in its
TASTE AND ODOR,
Bat immediate.in its action. giving Ilealth and Vigor to
the Frame, Bloom to the Pallid Cheek, and restoring the
patient to a perfect state of
HEALTH AND PURITY.
HeimboldN Extract Enchn is prepared according to
Pharmacy and Chemistry, and is prescribed and used by
THE MOST EMINENT PHYSICIANS.
Delay no longer. Procure the remedy at once.
Price ssl per bottle, or six for 45.
D,pot 104 South Tenth street, Philadelphia.
BEWARE OP lINPRINOIPLED DEALERS
Trying to palm off their own or other articles of BMW
on the reputation attained by
lIELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BIICIITi,
The Original and only Genuine.
We desire to run on the
MERIT OP OUR ARTICLE I
Their's le aq,rtteless —iEt gold at much less retell and com
missions, consequently paying a lunch better profit.
WE DEFY COMPETITION!
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHII.
Take no other.
Bold by JOHN WYETH, Druggist, earner of Market and
Second streets, Harrisburg,
AND ALL DRUGGISTS RFTRYWHER N.
WOODgWORTH & DUNNILIS
SUPERIOR FLAVORING EXTRACTS
Just received and for Bale by
ie WM. DOCK. 31t.. &
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ent of COMIC and sENTguNTAL
VA A Lrli g Li a 'We i r different stflee and pric ers .
feb9 lB Market Street, Harrisburg , Pa.
trADERIA WINE !-.WELSH BRO
THEM, OLD RESERVE WlNE—full bodied and
fruity. In store and for sale by
MIN H. MOLE%
73 Market street.
A PPLES 1 ! APPLES ! I I—Five Hub.
11 dred Barrels of superior APPLES just received
from New York State. For eels et lowest cash price try
febl2 Jab/a5 WHEELEB.
FOR RENT--The Buehler House RES.
TAURANT, with sale of Fixtures. febl