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Tun DAILY PATRIOT AND UNION may be had at
Jack's Book Store, corner of Third and Market
PATRIOT AND UNION. The DAILY PATRIOT AND
Thum can be bad by Dauphin subscribers, every
morning, at the periodical store of J. B. FRAM.
Tan hisms.—Under the change of schedule on
the different taroads, the time of closiug the
mails at the Iforrisburg Post Office, December let,
1850, s as follows:
E fi e.--7 a. m.—Way mail, 1.2.:5 p. m., 5. p• m.,
P. v -
Wist.-6.30. a. m.—way mail, 3.50 p. m., 9 p. m.
NORTHERN CENTRAL R. R.
Soutk.-12.1.5 p. m.—way mail, 9. p. m.
North.-1 p. m.
LEBANON VALLEY R. N.
7.30 a. m.
DAUPHIN AIM SIISQ. R. B.
1.30 p. m.
CUMBERLAND VALLEY R. E.
7.30 a. m., 1 p. m.—way mail.
'I a. m., to Gettysburg, on Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday. 7a. m., to Jonestown, on Monday,
Wednesday and Friday. 1 p. as., to Lewisberry,
APPooritzsr.—Mr. DaVid Pool, formerly of this
city, has received the appointment of clerk in the
War Department, in Washington city.
A girl advertises in a German newspaper for a
situation as bar-maid or waitress in a refreshment
saloon. Among her qualifications for such a posi
tion, she says she can cut 225 pieces of bread, of
satisfactory appearance, out of one pound of bread,
and batter them with two ounces of butter.
THE GYNNASIIM—The Harrisburg Gymnasium
has ceased to exist, the apparatus and fixtures
having been sold to an academy in Mt. Joy, to
which place they are now being transferred. The
gymnasium room in the Exchange has been taken
by Mr. Charles Davis, who intends to fit it up for
parties, concerts, etc.
&kmEs.—The dancing season has not yet
closed. The Indian Club will give a ball at the
Exchange on the 15th of this month for the ben
efit of the Paxton Hose . company. Mr. Frank
Mather's series of cotillion parties still continue.
His next party will be given this evening at the
Cameron Guards' Armory.
Fmx.—The alarm of fire yesterday morning,
about one o'clock, was caused by the burning of
a shanty in the First ward. The shanty was situ
ated on the canal, below Paxton street, and was
completely demolished. It was the work of an
incendiary. As the night was a very dark one,
the illumination created by the fire was consider
able, so much so as to alarm the whole city and
put in motion the fire department.
RAILROAD ARDTIDATIos. — TweIve "good and
true men" proceeded to the Junction station on
the Pennsylvania Railroad, yesterday, to bold an
arbitration to determine the value of certain pro
perty taken and occupied by said company for
their Use. The arbitrators were provided with a
special train by the company and retunred to this
city in the evening. The result of their labors
we did not learn.
BEWARE OF 00BWEBS.—An acquaintance of ours
happening into the wine cellar of one of our large
liquor dealers the other day, found boys employed
in enveloping bottles of wine with cobwebs, so
as to convince the customers that their wines were
old, from the webs which had accumulated upon
the bottles. This is the last way of ageing wine
which has come to our knowledge. It goes far
ahead of the old plan of smoking the labels upon
Ix rwa Locx-nr.—George Bachman took occa
sion to celebrate the first day of April by getting
gloriously drunk, and while in that condition went
to Wagner's Seven Stars Hotel to keep the thing
up. George was refused liquor and put out of the
house, which incensed him to such an extent that
he threw a brick through one of the windows of
the hotel. Mr. Wagner arrested George and took
him to the leek-up. At a hearing before the Mayor
yesterday morning, Mr. W. declined to prosecute,
but the Mayor fined George one dollar for being
drunk. He paid the fine and departed.
SUNDAY 2,toTs.—The "City of Brotherly Love"
is famous for its Sunday riots. On last Sunday a
gang of rowdies attacked a lager beer saloon, kept
by a man named Burkhardt, Sixth street and Le
high avenue. The contents of the bar-room were
demolished, the proprietor severely cut on the head
and compelled to Sy for his life, and a man named
Lewis Pearly, dangerously, if not fatally injured_
On the same day a crowd rescued a prisoner from
police officer Banns, who was badly beaten by
them with a club. He was compelled to fire on
them in self-defence, without, however, wounding
E3IIGRANT TnavEL—The emigrant travel over
the Pennsylvania Railroad, during the year 1860
was somewhat greater than previous years, the
total number of passengers in 1860 being 11,831;
while in in 1859 the number of seats sold was 10,-
761. Daring 1860, of the whole number of emi
grants passing over the road, 7,193 went to points
west of Pittsburg, having with them 140,807
pounds of extra baggage, the total pounds of bag
gage for all points 188,680. Out of the 11,831
passengers, 6,500 were from New York, the emi
grants preferring the Pennsylvania road, to reach
the West, in consequence of the superior facilities
as compared with roads in New York.
AN INFANT PRODIGT. — WO have an infant prod
igy in our city who, in course of time, should he
live, will doubtless become a second Paul Morphy.
We allude to a little son of Mr. J. H. Benford, of
Herr's Hotel, who is now only five years of age and
an expert chequer player. He has never received
any instruction in the game and has beaten some
of the best players we have in this city. His style
of playing, we mean in the moves, is quite origi
nal, as he never waits a second after his opponent
has moved before be places his piece upon the next
mark. A number of our best players have visited
and played with little Harry, and all pronounce
him an extraordinary player for a child of his
LOCOMOTIVES ON THE PENNA. RAILROAD.—To
carry on the extensive operations of the Pennsyl
vania Central Railroad, 211 locomotives are re
quired, and during the past year the engines at
tached to passenger trains made 390,208 miles be
tween Philadelphia and Harrisburg, 295,700 be
tween Harrisburg and Altoona, 340,526 between
Altoona and Pittsburg, and 30,641 miles on the
Hollidaysburg branch, making a total of 1,060,075
Miles. The engines connected with the freight
trains ran 2,417,991 miles, with distribution trains,
155,376, making a total of mileage by engines of
:,633,442 miles, being an increase of 339,222 miles
over 1859. The average cost per mile run, for re
pairs for engines for 1860, was 7.69. The cost of
net per mile run was 7.17-100, being a saving of
42 per cent. per hundred miles over the cost of
fuel in 1859. By experiments with bituminous
coal, it has been found that the smoke, which has
heretofore been so objectionable, can Ile consumed
completely, so as to render the working of the
engines cleaner and in every respect more satisfac
tory than they have ever been when using wood.
POLICE MATTERS.—Rich Cases. —A couple of
eases of the sensation order occurred yesterday
before Alderman Kline. It appears that one Wil
liam C. Black, for a number of years past, has
been living with the wife. of one Levi Himes
Mr. limes, easy-going soul as he is, permitted
Black to enjoy the domestic felicity that by law
belonged entirely to himsef, until forbearance ceased
to be a virtue. When that period arrived he
pitched into Mr. B. as the despoiler of his domes
tic happiness, and to avenge himself resorted to the
strong arm of the law. Black keeps a restaurant
in Sixth street, near the railroad. He sells malt
liquors, and it appears from the testimony before
the Alderman, that he sells it on Sunday, contrary
to the law in such case made and provided. Accor
dingly Mr. limes prosecutes him before Alderman
Kline, who holds Black in bail for his appearance
at the next court.
Levi Himes was prosecuted by Black for assault
and battery, but wherein the assault and battery
consisted we could not learn. This latter snit was
brought, no doubt, as an offset, as we have reason
to believe that Black has imposed on Himes for
years past in his domestic matters. When these
cases come before Court—if they ever do—some
rich developments will doubtless be the result.—
Himes was held in $lOO for his appearance.
Samuel Williams, drunk and disorderly, was ar
rested by officer Wiokert yesterday afternoon, and
taken before Alderman Kline. The Alderman sent
him over the way for twenty-four hours, to cool aff.
Samuel Hoerner, under the influence of lager,
interfered with officer Wickert in making arrests,
and was himself arrested, and sent to prison by
Ara meeting of the Alumna; of the Pennsylvania
Female College, held April let, 1861, the following'
resolutions were offered and unanimously adopted
WHEREAS, It is meet that we, the Alumnae of
the Pennsylvania Female College, should give
some expression to the deep grief with which we
have heard of the loss of onr teacher and friend,
Rev. Beverly R. Waugh; therefore,
Resolved, That in this distressing calamity we
have lost one who was not only nobly and pecu
liarly fitted for the high position which he occu
pied in the College, but who was endeared to us by
many pleasing associations and tender recollec
Resolved, That not alone will the College mourn
the departure of this our friend, but the whole
community, of which he was an esteemed and
valued member, deeply deplore with us his un
•The band (gale reaper
Takes the ears that are hoary,
But the voice of the weeper
Wails manhood in glory.
Like the dew on the mountain,
Like the foam on the river,
Like the bubble on the fountain,
Be is gone, and forever."
Resolved, That we truly sympathize with the
relatives of the deceased in this sad affi lotion, but
cannot fully express our heartfelt sorrow. May we
bid them look unto Him who has smitten them, and
say with him for whom they weep :—"Yea, though
I walk through the Valley of the Shadow f Death,
I will fear no evil, for thou art with me—thy rod
and thy staff they comfort me."
Resolved, That a copy of these proceedings, duly
signed by the officers of this association, be sent
to the family of the deceased.
By order of the President.
INTERESTING TO THE LADIES.—The registration
report records some singular facts connected with
the 11,475 marriages in Massachusetts in 1859.
The great majority of the persons married were
between the ages of 20 and 30; the average age
at marriage being 28.4 years for men, and 24.6 for
women. Of the men, however, only 195 were
under 20, while 2,474 brides were under that age.
And of those above 30 and under 35, the men num
bered 1,349, but the women only 713. It is curi
ous to observe that of the women married before
the age of 20,10 were married for the second time,
It appears, however, that less widows than widow
ers were married, the widows married numbering
1033, and the widowers 1752. Sixteen widowers
were married for the fourth time, and two for the
fifth time. Two widows were married for the
fourth time. The age of the parties married shows
some remarkable combinations and anomalies.—
Two venerable widowers, each over 80 years of
age, were married in 1850; also one young lady of
12, four girls of 13, four of 14, and forty-seven of
15 were married — one of the girls of 13 to a man of
35, and the girl of 12 to a husband of 31. One
youth of 16 was married to a lady of 34, and one
bachelor of 50 to a lady over 70, who was then
married for the first time.
Lrva Wrrnin Youn Mn sass.—One great source of
distress to men is the hiring of more expensive
houses than they can afford, and as the house
hunting season is at band, it may be well to re
mind folks of it. You don't want donble parlors.
A sunny little parlor is sufficient, and then you
will be obliged to retrench on parties. If there is
not enough closet room, you will be obliged to re f
trench on your wardrobe. If there is no nursery,
you will have your children out more in the open
air, where they ought to be. If there is no smo
king room you will have to drop the practice of
smoking. The smaller your house, the less room
you have to furnish, and warm, and keep clean.—
We have seen kitchens as pleasant as parlors, their
presiding genius more ladylike than half our mil
lionaires.' wives. If there is the genuine sparkle
in a diamond, it will be as bright in the kitchen as
in the parlor. If people really want to live more
cheaply, let them abandon the gilded palaces that
entail an almost endless expense. Let women
give up the vain idea of making a show, and try
instead, to make happy homes, A great deal more
perhaps than the world imagines—depends upon
THE NEW FLORAL BEAUTY.—The new pink, di
anthus Heddewigi, says the Scientific American,
which took the prise aS the fittest floral novelty,
at European exhibitions last year, is now being
very extensively grown in this country. Consid
erable quantities of the seed have been imported,
and almost all of the prominent florists now have
the young plants on sale. It is easily raised from
the seed, and is a strong and vigorous grower.—
The flowers are said to be beautiful beyond de
scription. They are nearly three times larger than
other pinks, are of rose, crimson and violet colors,
with some delicate marbled shades, white and mot
tled flakes. The plant grows to a foot in height, is
very busby, is covered with a profusion of flowers,
and presents a most magnificent appearance. The
flower is named after its introducer, Mr. Hedde
wig, a Russian gardener.
NORTHERN CENTRAL RAILROAD BRIDGE.—The
contractors for the re-construction of the three
spans of the Northern Central Railway bridge
across the Susquehanna, at Dauphin, which were
carried away several weeks since, have commenced
operations, and the work will be pushed forward
to completion immediately. The destruction of
the bridge has not materially interfered with the
trade and travel upon the road, as the company
have used the Pennsylvania Railroad from this
point to Dauphin with their motive power and
DESERTERS.-A couple of soldiers from Carlisle
barracks took unceremonious leave a few days
since. A couple of officers visited this city yester
day in search of them, but the deserters were non
est. The penalty attached to desertion from Uncle
Sam's army is rather severe, and the soldier boys
doubtless being aware of this fact, took occasion
to make the distance between them and the bar
racks as wide as possible.
FOLLOWING LIP THE HIINT FOR PLACE IN CHURCH.
—never was there such a throng of hungry leeches
as now blockade the departments at Washington
after office. Their rapacity is astonishing. A
correspondent of the Springfield Republican writes:
I am told that a high dignitary of State has been
obliged to leave off goin g to church, owing to the
fact that his path thereto is beset by applicants for
his autograph. Three followed him into church
last Sabbath, and three others cooled their heels in
the horse-sheds during the sermon.
Now, that is too bad, really. If the "high dig
nitaries of State" are in the least inclined to be de
votional, we trust that the "prairie chickens" will
let them have the Sabbath to themselves.
COMFORT AND SAFETY FOR RAILROAD BRAKEMEN.
- - The Detroit Advertiser describes a new system
recently adopted on the Detroit and Milwaukie
Railroad, by which those in charge of the train
are under no necessity of leaving a comfortable
shelter provided for them in certain cars, and are
not, therefore, exposed to the dangers which ordi
narily belong to the duties of brakemen and con
ductors. Twelve of these cars have been furnished
by the road. At one end of each a small apart
ment is partionod off, over which is a tuinature ob
servatory with windows facing in each direction.
Within, at a proper hight, a seat is fitted, upon
which a man sits, and through the windows views
the entire length of the train. Two or more Of
these cars are placed in each train, and communi
cation is carried on between them, and with the
engineer, by means of signal lamps. Each man
has control of one set of brakes, and, without
having to leave his calaboose, can, as quickly as
by the old method, bring the train to a stand.
REMEDY FOR Dirmants.—The following is said
so be an infallible'remedy for this fearful disease.
It was first tried some time ago, in a district
where several deaths had occurred, and in every
instance in which it was used the patient recov
"Make two small bags that will reach from ear
to ear, and fill them with ashes and salt; dip them
in hot water, and wring them out so that they will
not drip, and apply them to the t hroat ; cover up
the throat with a flannel cloth, and change them
as often as they become cool, until the throat be
comes irritated, near blistering. For children it is
necessary to put flannel cloth between the ashes
and the threat to prevent blistering. When the
ashes have been on a sufficient time, take a wet
flannel cloth, and rub it with castile soap until it is
covered with thick lather. Dip it in hot water,
and apply it to the throat, and change as they cool;
at the same time use a gargle made of one tea
spoonful of cayenne pepper, one of salt, one of mo
lasses, in a teacupful of hot water, and when cool
add one-fourth as much cider vinegar, and gargle
every fifteen minutes until the patient requires
sleep. A gargle made of castile soap is good to be
used a part of the time."
THE POWER OF LA.IIGHTER.—A. short time since
two individuals in this city were lying in one room
very sick, one with brain fever and the other with
an aggravated case of mumps. They were so low
that watchers were needed every night, and it was
thought doubtful if the one sick of fever recovered.
A gentleman was engaged to watch one night, his
duty being to wake the nurse whenever it became
necessary to take the medicine. In the course of
the night both watcher and nurse fell asleep. The
man with the mumps lay watching the clock, and
saw that it was time to give the fever patient his
medicine. lie was unable to speak loud or to move
any portion of his body except his arms, but sei
zing a pillow, he managed to strike the watcher in
the face with it. Thus suddenly awakened, the
watcher sprang from his seat, falling to the floor
and awakening both the nurse and fever patient.
The incident struck both the sick men as very lu
dicrous, and they laughed most heartily at it for
fifteen or twenty minutes. When the doctor came
in the morning, he found his patients vastly ilia
proved—said he had never known so sudden a
change for the better—and they are now both out
A MODERN MIRACLE.-A Specter Grave a Quill.
Believers in supernatural visitations will be edified
by the intelligence that a young lady living near
Mad River Depot, Ohio, and bearing the intensely
literary name of Quill, has not only been called
upon by a supernatural personage,but carries about
her an inereditable token of his presence. As the
story is told by one of the local papers, Miss Quill
was aroused from a profound slumber on Saturday
night by the grasp of an icy hand upon one of her
ankles, and upon screaming for help, a hollow and
supernatural voice bade her beware of some coming
calamity. Aroused by her shrieks, her parents
hastened to the room; but as they could find no
trace of any visitant, they treated the girl's story
as "the distempered vision of a dream," and left
her again to her slumbers. On Tuesday night,
however, her ankle was again grasped by an invis
ible band, and with so much force this time, that
there could be no mistake about its reality. In
the morning, her ankle not only preyed the truth
of the story by the discolored marks upon it, but
there appeared upon her thigh, in distinct letters,
uL 5.," the initials of the motto of the Catholic
Church, to which she belongs, surrounded by a
wreath of thorns. The editor of the Press says,
that this fact is too well authenticitated to dibbe-
Dere. The family regard this mysterious visitation
as a supernatural warning of a sudden 'death, and
are now suffering greatly under the dread convic
MIISLINS, MIISLINS, MIISLINS !-1,000 yards the
very best Unbleached Muslin, 10 cents ; 2.000 yds.
beautiful Bleached Musline, 10 cents ; 2,000 yards
of the best long Cloth Muslin, 12i cents; which I
will sell by the piece at 11f cents. A large lot of
remnants of Calicoes, to be sold cheap; remnants
of Colored Silk; remnants of Delaine ; all will be
sold cheap. Delaines, Brodie Shawls, other Shawls,
Cassinetts, Cassimere for pants, Black Cloth, at
cost price. A splendid assortment of Cambries,
Jaconets, 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.
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- equires no restriction of action or diet. 'For either sex.
erice One Dollar.
No. S. THE TERM will core in the ehertent possible
line, any case of OLE IT, even after all other Bemedle4
nave failed to produce the desired effect. No taste or smell
Price One Dollar.
No. 4. TON PIINITER is the only Remedy that will
really cure Strictures of the Urethra. No matter of how
long standing or neglected the case may be. Price One
No. S. THE SOLUTOR will cure any case of GRAVEL,
permanently and speedily remove all afilictiona of the
Bladder and Kidneys. Price One Dollar.
No. 6 FOB P ARTICULARB SEE CIRCULAR.
No. 7 THE ADIARIN will cure the Whites radically,
and in a much shorter time than they can he removed by
any other treatment. In fact, is the only remedy that will
really correct this disorder. Pleasant to take. Price One
No, 8, THE ORIENTAL PASTTLS are certain. safe and
speedy in producing MENSTRUATION, or correcting any
Irregularities of the monthly periods. Price Two Dollars.
No 9. FOR PARTICULARS SEE: CIRCULAR.
Either Remedy sent free by mail on receipt of the price
annexed. Enclose postage stamp and get Circular.
General Depot North—East corner of Vorh Avenue end
Callowhill Street. Private Office 401 York Avenue, Phila
For sale in Harriehurg only by 0. A. BANNYART. where
Circulars containing valuable informaVen, with full de
scriptions of each case, will be delivered gratis. on appli
cation. Address DR. FELIX BRUNON,
0. Box 99. Philadelphia. Pa.
pEmov - AL.
The subscriber has removed his PLUMBING AND
BRASS FOUNDRY from Market street to Fourth street
above Market, opposite the Bethel Church Thankful
for past patronage, he hopes, by strict attention to busi
ness, to merit a continuance of it.
mar27•dtf WM. PARKHILL.
B RANK LETTER AND BUSINESS
We would call attention ton new article of paper,
called BUSINESS LETTER, which has be.•n gotten up
to meet the wants of business men and others who ob
ject to Commercial Note as being to narrow, and do not
wish to use part of usual letter sheet.
This overcomes loth the above objections ; is a per
fect sheet; pure wove plate finish ; ruled on one side ;
made from best material. free from adulteration, and put
up iu neat boxes convenient for use.
We also have a paper called BANK LETTER, similar
to the above, except it has but half the number of lines
on. so as to allow a printed blank or heading above.
For sale by THEO. F. SCIIEFFEIt,
mar 19 No. 1S Market Street, Harrisburg.
FIRST CLASS GROCERIES ! ! !
RAYING JUST RETURNED from the Eastern cities, where
we have selected with the greatest care a large and com
plete assortment of superior GOODS, which embrace
everything kept in the best City Groceries, we respect
fully and cordially invite the public to examine our
stock and hear our prices.
feblb WM. DOCK, an., & CO.
HEALTH,' MONEY ! HAPPINESS !
At this season of year, when so much sickness prevails,
every one should provide himself with DR. HUM
PHREY'S HOMCEOPATIIIC MEDICINES, and prevent
disease in its beginning.
A fresh snpply always on hand at
marl 9 Harrisburg.
IITAVAN A CIGARS.—A Fine Assort
ment, comprising Figaro Zalagozona, La Suiza,
Bird, Fire Fly, Rtelvina, La Beriuto, Capitolio of all
sizes and qualities, in quarter, one-3.th. and one-tenth
boxes, just received, and for sale low by
JOHN R. ZIEGLER,
jan3l. 73 Market Street.
1.4 . 11 14 '5[1 GARDEN AND FLOWER
SEEDS —The largest stock in the City. All kinds
of GARDEN SEEDS, in large papers, at Tiniss CENTS
per paper. For sale by DAVID HAYNES,
marlB-lni 110 Market Street.
cICOTO FI WHISK Y.—One Puncheon
k../ of PURE SCOTCH WHISKY just received and for
sale by JOHN 11. ZIEGLER ;
Jan 2. 73 Market street_
VOR RENT.—A COTTAGE on Pine
street. Inquire of MRS. MURRAY,
mar27-dtf Corner of Second and Pine Sts.
VELLER'S DRUG STORE is the place
to buy Domestic Medicinea
HELMBOLOT GENUINE PREPARATION.
HELMBOLD'S BucH.TT for the Bladder.
HELMBOLD'S BUCHU for the Kidneys. •
lIELMBOI,D 7 S DUCHIT for the Gravel.
IIkLMBOLD , S KRIM for the Dropsy.
HELMBOLD'S BUCHU for Nervousness .
HEIM BOLD'S BUCHU for Loss of Memory.
HE taMBOL IPS BUCHU for Dirone.s of Vision.
HELMBOLD'S .13U013U for Difficult Breathing.
HELMBOLD'S BIiCHU for Weak Nerves.
HELMBOLD'S BUCHU fnr General Debility.
HEIMBOLD'S BCC N U for Universal Lassitude.
HELMBOILIVS BUCHU for Horror of D nese.
HELM BOWS BUCHU for Night Sweats.
HELMBOLD'S BUCHU for Wakefulness.
HELMBOLD'S BUCHU 'or Dryness of the Skin.
TIE IMBOLD'S BUCHU for Eruptions
HELMBOLD , BUCHU for Pain in the Dick. ,
HELMBOLD'S BUCHU for 'Heaviness of thetEyelid, with
Temporary Suffusion and Loss of Sight.
HELMBOLD'S BUCHU for Mobil ty and Restlesness, with
Want of Attention and Horror of Society.
HELMBOLD'S BUCHU for Obstructions. •
HELMBOLD'S BUCHU for Excesses arising from Indis
cretion, and all Diseases of
FEMALES —FEdI ALES—FEMALES
OLD OR YOUNG, SINGLE, MARRIED, OR CONTEM
TARE NO MORE PILLS,
THEY ARE OF NO AVAIL,
HE noon's V.XTRAOT BUOHU,
IS THE VERY BEST. REMEDY IN THE WORLD
For all complaints inelent to the Sex. whether arising
from Inliaerelion, Habits of D•ssiplt'on, or in the
DECLINE Os CHASGE OF LIFE.
SEE SVMSTOwS ABOVE.
NO FAMILY SHOULD BE WITHOUT IT.
Take ro more Balsam. Mercury or Uupleaeant Medicine
for tinf lea-ant and Dangerous Diseases
RELMBOLD , S EXPRACT BUOHU CURES
In all eir Stages, At little Expense,
Little or no Change of Diet; No Inconvenience,
AND NO IXPOSURE.
Use BELMBOLD'S EXTRACT Btrentr for Examen
arming from habits indulged in
BY YOUNG AND OLD.
IC 6 f If It '
And for diseases arising from habits of dissipation. It re
moves all improper discharges, and will restore the patient
in a short time to a cote of health and purity.
Use FIELMBOLD 7 BI.XTILACT BUCLIII for diseases and
affections of the most distressing character.
Use lIRLIIROLDIS EXTRACT 111:10RU for all affections
and diseases of the
Whether existing in
MALE OR FEMALE,
From whatever mute originating. and no matter of
110 W LONG STANDING.
CC 66 6C
All the above diseases and symptoms admit of the same
trattnatnt and may orig inate from the mime cause.
READ: READ I READ I
HELMBOLIPT BMW is safe and pleasant in taste and
odor, but immediate in Ha action.
Personally appeared before me. an Alderman of the city
of Philadelphia, H T. HELMBOLD, Chemist, who being
duly sworn, does say that hie preparation contains no nar
cotic, mercury or injurious drugs, but is purely vegetable.
H. T HELMBOLD, Sole Manufacturer.
Sworn and subscribed before me, the 23d day of Novem
ber. 1854. WM. P. HIBBARD, Alderman.
Price $1 per bottle, or six for ffe i delivered to any ad—
Prepared by H. T. HELMBOLD,
Practical and Analytical Chemist,
104 South Tenth St., below Chestnut. Phila.
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS
AND UNPRINCIPLED DEALERS,
Who endeavor to dispose clot. VIZIR owN" and ccomea"
ARTISLKS ON THii AZPOTAT ON STrAINED BY
gainkbOld'a Genuine Preparations.
CS 4, Extract Buchu.
CC :C '‘ Sarsaparila.
cc cc Improved Rom Wash.
Sold cy J WYETtI,
AND ALL Die VG..ISTS REF: RYWHERE.
ASK FOR HELNIBOLD'S TAKE NO OTHER.
Cut out the advertisement end send .or it,
AND AVOID DIPOSITION AND EXPO3URE.
UNITED STATES HOTEL,
SOUTH NAST CORNER 07 11TH AND MARKET STREETS.
ADJOINING THE PENNSYLVANIA RAIL
The undersigned would respectfully Inform the Public
that he has taken the above Hotel, formerly known as
" THE MANSION HOUSE," which he has refitted and
newly furnished throughout.
The Rooms are spacious and commodious, and furnished
with every convenience to be found in the beat Rotelsin
The "UNITED STATES" is admirablylocated 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 " UNITED STATES" a pleasant and
agreeable residence to all who may favor it with their
patronage. Charges moderate.
0c22-d3mwly H. W. RANAGA. Proprietor.
GEO.j. BOLTON, PROPRIETOR.
This old established House having changed hands
during the present sea-on, has undergone extensive im
provements and been thoroughly RENOVATED AND
REFITTED. We feel confident that it is now not
second to any in the state for the comforts and cosce
fences which pertain to a First Class Hotel. janl2-tf
far Sale & ea . Rent.
'OR RENT.- SEVERAL COMFORT
ABLE DWELLING HOUSES, conveniently and
pleasantly situated. Inquire of
CHARLES C. RAWN.
lIARRISIIIYRG, March 25, 1861.-2wd.
FOR SALE.--The BUILDING on the
corner of Walnut and Short streets, used as a
COOPER SHOP. This building wits originally built so
that it could be turned into Dwelling Houses. It con
sists of three separate frames placed together, each frame
being 25 by 21 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 o' Lirautbach' s Patent Stare Cutters,
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 Office of S. L. WCULLOCH.
feb9-dtf 126 Market Street.
HOUSES TO RENT.—Two or tiree
dwellin g s, in the brick row, on Third street, near
Walnut, are offered for rent, from the let of April next.
For terms, enquire of MICHAEL BURKE.
MESSRS. C HICKERING & CO.
IYI HAVE AGAIN OBTAINED THE
MEGEANICS I FAIR, BOSTON,
HELD THE PRECEDING WEEK,
OVER SIXTY COMPETITORS!
Wareroom for the CHICHERING PIANOS, at Harris
burg at 92 Market street,
oeit-tf W. KNOCHE'S MUSIC STORE.
WORCESTER'S ROYAL QUARTO
TILE BEST DEFINING AND PRONOUNCING
DICTIONARY OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE,
contains 1,85.1 Royal Quarto Pages and 20.000 words and
meanings not found in any other English Dictionary ;
more than 1.000 Illustrations inserted in their proper
places; over 0,000 words synonymiced; together with
numerous tablts of pronounced proper names. .
Sold by E. M. POLLOCK & SON. Also Worcester's
School Dictionaries. mar 23
WAL.L PAPER ! WALL PAPER 1
Just redeived, our Spring Stock of WALL PAPER,
BORDERS, FIRE SCREENS, &e., &e. It is the largest
and best selected assortment in the city, ranging in price
from six (6) cents up to one dollar and a qUarter ($1.25.)
As we purchase very low for cash, we are prepared to
sell at as low rates, if not lower, than can be had else
where. If purchasers will call and examine, we feel
confident that we can please them In respect to price
and quality. E. M POLLOCK & SON,
mar 23 Below Jones' House, Market Square.
A LARGE AND SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OP
RICHLY GILT AND ORNAMENTAL
Of various Designs and Colors, for 8 cents,
TISSUE PAPER AND CUT FLY PAPER,
At (mar26 . l SCHEFFER , S BOOKSTORE_
CENTRAL NURSERIES, YORK, PA.
EDWARD J EVANS & CO. PROPRIETORS. —
Fruit and Ornamental Trees, Grapes, ..1./1121 I 1 Fruits, Rhu
barb, Asparagus, Shrubs, Roses, Bedding Plants, &c., in
great variety. Orders left with G. H. SMALL, at the
State Capital Bank, will receive prompt attention. Cat
alogues gratis on application. marl6-Imda4tw
J . E L L I. E S!!!
QUINCE, PEA R
Direct from NEW YORK, and warranted Superior.
feb27 WM. DOCK, JR., & Co
SOMETHING MORE VALUABLE
T SILVER IIN
IT WILL RE3I ORR THE WEAK!
REINSTATE THE BLOOD IN ALL ITS
ORIGINAL PURITY AND "VIGOR.
PROF. O. J WOOD 's
Is precisely what its name indicates, for whiletles
sant to the taste, it 1.1 revivifying, exhilarating and
strengthening to the vital powers. It also revivifies,
reinstates aid renews the blood in all its original
purity, and thus restores and reaches the system inval
nerable to attacks of disease. It is the only prepara
tion ever oCered to the wend in a popular form so as to
be within the reach of all.
Bo chemically and skillfully combined as to be the
most powerful tonic, and yet so perfecty adapted so as
to act in perf ct accordance with ehelawe rf nature, and
hence soothe the weakest stomach and tone up the diges
tive organs, and Silty all nervous and other irritation.
It is also perfectly exhilarating in its eilec a, and yet it
is never followed by lassitude or depression of spirits.
It is composed entirely of vegetables, and those
thoroughly combining powerful table and soothing pro
perties, and consequently can never injure. As a sure
prev. ntive and cure of
CONSUMPTION, BRONCHITIS, INDIGESTION, DYS
PE PSIA, LOSS OF AP PETI TE. F AIN I NESS, NER
VOUS IRRITABILITY, NEURALGIA, PALPI
TATION OF THE HEART, MELANCHOLY,
HYPOCHONDRIA NIGHT SWEATS, •
LANGUOR, GIDDINESS, AND ALL
THAT CLASS OF CASES SO
FEARFULLY FATAL CALL
ED FEMALE WEAKNESS,
THERE IS NOTHING ITS EQUAL.
Al.o, Liver Derangements t,r Torpidity, and Liver
Complaints, Diseases of the Hi ineys, or any general de
rangements of the Urinary Organs.
It w.ll not only cure the debility following onus
and FEVER, tut prevent all attache arising from mias
matic influences and cm e the diseases at once, if already
TRAVELERS should have a bottle with them, as it
will infallibly prevent any deleterious consequences fol
lowing upon change of climate and water.
As it prevents costiveness strengthens the digestive
organs, it should be in the bands of allpersonsof seden
tary bal , its.
LADIES not accustomed to much oat-door exercise
should always use it.
MOTH felltS should use it, for it is a perfect relief; tat en
a month or two before the final trial, will pass thy ,
dreadful period wits perfect ease and safety:
There is no mistake *vont it!
THE CORDIAL IS ALL WE CLAIM FOR IT !
MOTHERS TRY IT !!
And to you we appeal to detect the illness or decline
not or ly of your daughters belbre it be too late, but alas
your sons aid husbands, for while ,he former from false
delicacy, often go down to a premature grave, rather
than let their condition be known in time, the latter are
often so mixed up with the excitement of business, that
if it were not for you, they, too, would travel in the same
downward path until it is too late to arrest their fatal
fall. But the mother is always vigilant, and to you. we
confidently appeal; for we are sure your never-failing
affect. on will unerringly point you to PROF. WOOD'S
RKBTORATIVE CORDIAL AND BLOOD RENOVATOR
as the remedy which should be always on hand in time
0. J. WOOD, proprietor, No. 444 Broadway, New
York, and No. 114 Market st., St Louis, Mo., and sold
by all good druggists. trice one dollar per bottle.
Read what the Press says, atter thoroughly testing the
matter, and no one can have a 49441 A,
Prof. WOOD'S Restorative Cordial at d Blood Realm,
tcr is a genuine medicine of real merit, pleasant to The
taste and invigorating to the system. While it purifies
the blood and soothes the nervous ir. Ration, it aids the
organs of digestion to perform their functions, and re
sist the assault of disease. It is a chemical compound
so skillful.y comi-ined th it while it exhilarates it does
not provoke the lassitude which usually follows excite
ment_ A tonic, composed exclusively of vegetable mat•
ter, it is absolutely Leneficial, and no ill effects Can pos
sibly accompany its use It is an infallible and speedy
remedy fo• Loss of A ppetite, Faintness, Nervous Debil
ity, Neuralgia. Pa'pitation of the Heart, Falling of the
Womb, and other delicate diseases to which woman is
subject. For Sickness of the - Stomach, Bilious A..tacka,
Liver Complaints, Coativencsa, Omens's, Consumption,
and a host of evils flesh is heir to, it is a certain cure.—
St. Louis Morning Herald.
PROF. WOOD'S RESTOR ATIVE CORDIAL,—It is recorded
in toe Classics that Psyche was once sew to a climate
warmer than the West Indies, to procure a simple of the
beauly. f Prosper' tie in a box. After some delay the
me senger returum 41,, and as soon es the lid of the box
was removed, out flew all the ills that flesh is heir to.—
Fortunat ly. hope was found in the bottom of the box.
Prof. WOOD - 8 Resturativu Cordial revives the recollec
tion of the ivory, for it i , vigorates the blood, aids the
organs of digestion, imparts strength to the nervous aye
tern, an: fortifies the cuticlel of health, so as to bid de
fiance to the assaults of disease. It is a healthy tonic,
composed entirely of vegetable productions, and while
it is exhilaraaing as pure wine, no juju ions results can
possibly follow its us •. 1 la a desideratum in the medi
cal world, and those who are afflicted with loss of appe
tite, Dyspepsia, Consumption. Faintness, Giddiness,
Neauralria, reipita ion of the Heart, c.. will tind here
an infallible pa.aices.—St. Laces Daily Express.
PROF. WOOD'S RFSTORATIVE CORDIAL AND BLOOD REN
OVATOR is. without doubt, the best tunic Cordial In the
world. To those who are an tiering front General Debili
ty, we would recommend its use, for it is pleasant to the
tale, le strengthening to the pystem, and will at once
tend to remoye iiimpnritiesoftheblond.anderadicate
all traces of disease. It can he taxer by the weakest
stomach, while those in good health w I. ar at once feel its
exhilar,ting power. We are confident that aft. r using
one ho lt, of this Cordial none will be fora day without
it.—dew York L•ader.
A Puns. HEALTHY Towle, and one free from the dele
terious and incurious effecis sure to f llow those in ordi-,,
nary use, has long been felt to be a. del-id-I-atom in the
medical world. Such atonic. and one sunkilifully com
bined from the veiretable kingdom as to net in perfect
accordance with the laws of tature, and thus soothe the
weakest stomach, and at the same time alMy nervous
and other irritations, and tone up all the organ. , of which
the human body is composed. is offered in Prof. WOOD'S
Restorative Dord:al and Blood Renovator Renee, it is
perfectly adapted to old and young. Reader. try it
Thou=ands have already done so, and the testintou,y is
universal in its favor.—Note York Atlas.
PEOE.WOOD'S RESTORATIVE CORDIAL AND BLOOD REN
OVATOR, for the cure of General Debility, or Weakness
arising from any cause; also, llyspepgia, Nervousness,
Night Sweats, Incip ent Coosum ption, Li ver Cemplaints,
Biliousness, Loss of Appetite, Female Weakness in all
stages; also to prevent the contraction of disease, is cer
tainly the best and most agreeable Cordial tonic and
Renovator ever offered to the:dint:tett. and so chemically
combined as to be the most powerful ton c ever known to
medical st ience. Reader, try it. It will do you good.
We have no hesitation in recommending it, since we
know it to be a safe, pleasant and sure remedy for the
diseases enumerated.—New York Dispatch,
7llefors noticing a patent medicine, we have to
be certain that it will prove itself to be all that it is re
commended. And we would say that the Restorative
Cordial and Blood Renovator of Prof. Wood will stand
the test fully, and, in fact it is without any doubt the
first artide in the market for Purifying the flood and
strengthening the system. We have no hesitation in
recommending its use to all.—New Yorker.
Loow co rOURSHLF riNn , —/lovr many, in
quence of a false delicacy, suffer from sup pressed, pain
fia or obstructed menstruatton, and think beenuce they
are young that bye-and-bye nature will Work itself clear
from obstructions, and all come right in the end, little , .
dreaming that the seeds of death are alreadygerminating
in the system because the vital energies are impaired,
and the entire animal economy deranged, debilitated;
and yes, careleee of themselves as they are, if a remedy
wee set before them Which would restore all the fund
Lions of the system, and re-invigorate the body, they
would take it, and thus be in time to save their lives,—
Parents think of this, and at once give them a bottle of
Prof. Wood's Restorative Cordial and Blood Renovator.
—New York Courier.
O. J. WOOD, Proprietor, No. 444 Broadway, and No.
114 Market Street, St. Louis, Mo. •
il3 At No. 444 Broadw4y, all the Family and Patent
Medicines constanay on hand. Always fresh end genu
ine . feb224l.ltw2m.