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Tim DAILY PATRIOT AND UNION may be had at
Jack's Book Store, corner of Third and Market
ALSO, at he News Agency of George V. Walter,
in Market street, near Fifth.
Wu are requested to state that A. Boyd Hamil
ton is not a candidate for Mayor.
A stated meeting of the Paxton fire company
will be held this evening at 7 o'clock. ' Punctual
attendance is requested.
STATE COMEITTEE.-A meeting of the Democratio
State Central Committee will be held at the lifer'
chants' hotel, in Philadelphia, on Saturday evening
next, the seventh of March.
CAUSE AND EITEUIN — It seems incredible that in
this mild weather a man could freeze to death.
One did, however, near Lykenstown last week—
but he was aided in his task by a quart of rum !
PLAYED Our.—The effort here and elsewhere to
recruit men to fill up the old regiments, is a fail
ure, and the recruiting officers find their occupation
gone. It is no matter—the negro is the savior of
DEMOCRATIC CITY EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.-A
stated meeting of the Democratic City Executive
Committee will be bold on Wednesday, the 4th
inst., at 7 o'clock p. m., at Daniel Wagner's Seven
Stare hotel. Pane Mal attendance is requested, as
business of importance connected with the ensuing
municipal election will be transacted.
td LEVI WOLFINGER, Sec'y.
ATTENTION, COPPERHEADS !—The Democratic
club of the Fourth ward will meet this (Tuesday)
evening at the house of Owen Brash% corner of
Walnut and Canal streets, at I'i-o'clock. A cordial
invitation is extended to the public, and especially
to those who differ with us politically, to be pre
sent. IL P. MeßnvxoLns, Pres't.
ABORIIITINV Nzonozs.—This State is overrun
with agents from Massachusetts seeking negro re
aming for her unfilled quota of the army. We have
our information from a colored man of this city,
who is promised thirteen dollars a month and ten
acres of land. He tells us that some ten or twenty
will be taken from Harrisburg. Massachusetts
may have all the negroes she can• raise from this
SPAM ROBINS.—An extraordinary flight of
robins has occurred within a few days. The birds
are now migrating from the South to the North.
Quite a number of the red breasts were hopping
about the brandies in Capital park, ornamental
trees in the streets and gardens, and other places,
yesterday morning. It is finable to shoot a robin
or any other inseetivorous bird, and amateur
sportsmen who may be caught shooting such birds
should be arrested.
Same 70 WAsantaroa.—A company of thirty
deserters and recusant drafted men, coupled to
gether with iron band-cuffs, marched through our
streets last evening to the depot where they took
the cars for Washington. They were accompanied
by a squad of the provost guard of this city. The
appearance of these men, thus manacled like so
many galley slaves, excited general indignation
and elicited comments more emphatic than polite
upon the degrading spectacle.
Darn.—Colonel Toler, of the Sixteenth Illinois
regiment, died at the City Hotel on Sunday night.
He had been home to attend the burial of a child,
and returned this far from his melancholy mission,
when sickness came upon him and he was obliged
to stop. He departed this life after lingering
about a week. His romaine were sent home for
interment. We learn that the deceased was a
Free Mason and received attention from members
of that fraternity during his illness.
N z tt Itsontstwv.—We are reliably informed that
the four companies comprising the provost guard
battalion of this city, three companies at Phila
delphia and one at Pittsburg, doing guard duty in
those cities, and two companies of drafted men at
Camp sands, are to be organized into a regiment,
by a recent order of the war department. Whether
the new regiment, when organized and officered,
will be kept in this State for provost guard duty,
or sent to the seat of war, is not known. We
trust that in the selection of regimental officers
our gallant townsman, Captain Asbury Awl, will
not be overlooked. Although young in years he
has more military ability and experience than
many men now in command of regiments, and
would do credit to himself and honor to the service
in any position assigned him.
Daxounous PR.ACTICK.—A noted courtesan of
this city fell asleep while reading in bed, was set
on fire by the candle which was left alight, and
terribly burned—less a Semi - Ift than a tragedy
for the poor frail unfortunate. Not alone courte
sans, we suppose, indulge in this luxurious but
dangerous practice; of course we are unable to
speak authoritatively. But we warn any of our
young ladies who may be guilty, that they expose
themselves—we will not say to death, for what
will not a woman brave to gratify her whim 2—but
to the loss of beauty in the disfiguring flames, to
which the "drapery of their couches" offers such
welcome food. The most delicious novel will
hardly pay for a risk of that sort; notwithstanding
that, after all, "beauty is a vain and doubtful good,
a shining gloss that fadeth suddenly," and that
many a fair woman would be much nearer heaven
if deprived of this "fatal gift." Nobody, however,
wants to put such gifts in the fire.
ACCIDENTS ON THE NORTHERN CENTRAL.—An ac
cident occurred on Sunday afternoon on the North
ern Central railroad near Monkton, which re
sulted in the destruction of four er five freight
cars and their contents, and the severe injury of a
man named John -Rush. The train was going
south, with a large quantity of freight consisting
of flour, grain and whisky, and when at the point
indicated the track spread, which caused the lo
comotive to turn entirely around and set fire to the
train. The locomotive was not seriously damaged,
and the injury to the track was at once repaired
to prevent any detention of the regular trains. On
Friday night or Saturday morning an accident
occurred at Hanover Junction, which smashed up
some freight ears and detained the passenger train
two or three hours.
TRIIRIBLE RAILROAD ACQIDENT.—The passenger
train on the - Pennsylvania railroad, which left
this city at three o'clock yesterday morning for
the west, ran into a large rock which had been
precipitated on the track by a land slide, in the
vicinity of Mexico. The engine and cars were
thrown down an embankment into the river and
badly damaged. The fireman escaped with little
or no injury, but the engineer, Mr. Jacob Elder,
of this city, was so severely scalded as to render
his recovery doubtful. According to rumor, which
is not always reliable, some twelve or thirteen pas
sengers were wounded and crippled and one or
two killed. We applied to a railroad official for
reliable information with regard to the accident,
but he was not disposed to be communicative on
the subject, further than to state that the reports
in circulation were highly exaggerated, and that
but one man was reported killed—a drover from
Westmoreland county. We. shall probably obtain
fullpartienlars of the affair to-day.
ANaTHER SOLDIER ROBBED.— Three Cyprians Ar
rested.—A young soldier, named Rudolph Mllur
trie, belonging to the 125th Pennsylvania regiment,
arrived in this city'on Saturday night en route far
Huntingdon, his place of residence. having .a
desire to "see the sights," he visited an institution
in State street, kept by one Eliza Foster, and while
there was robbed of seventy or eighty dollars
in greenbacks, and his furlough. Failing to get
any satisfaction from the Women, who denied all
knowledge of the missing money and furlough,
Mllurtrie made application to the Mayor• for a
search warrant, which was issued to officers Camp.
bell and Cline, who made a thorough search of
the premises, but without success. The victimized
soldier then made information against Eliza Fos
ter for larceny and keeping a disorderly bawdy
house, and the officers returned to the den with
instructions to arrest all the inmates. They suc
ceeded in capturing Eliza Foster, Isabella Starry
and Annie Kean, the balance of the girls having
- skeda . ddled. Isabella Starry is a married woman
and her husband is now in the army, a sergeant in
Captain Davis' company of the Seventh Pennsyl
vania cavalry. The informant swore positively
that he had his money :when he went into Eliza
Foster's institution, and that the robbery was com
mitted there. His testimony as to its being a
bawdy house was equally positive and conclusive.
The three caged cyprians were about being com
mitted to prison when Mr. Lebo Nusbaum, a mar-,
Ant of this city, appeared and entered bail in the
sum of twelve hundred dollars—four hundred dol
lars each—for their appearance at the April term
of court to answer the charges preferred against
them. It is supposed that the balance of Mrs.
Foster's " boarders," who managed to get away
trom the officers, sought refuge in some other simi
lar institution, and an effort will be made to cap
ture all of them. •
Tun MARY BURNS Cesa.—We have received a
letter from the Carlisle ticket agent, Mr. J. Camp
bell, in which he denies that any such female as
Mary Burns ever applied to him for a pass over
thd Cumberland Valley railroad to this city, and
that he is not in the habit of refusing such appli
catione when made by persons whom ho knows to
be worthy objects of charity. If the statement',
made by Mr. Campbell are true—and his position
and reputation warrant us in believing them to be
so—the girl who figured hers under the name of
Mary Burns, and exalted the sympathy of all who
heard her plausible and piteous tale, was an im
postor, and the Mayor and chief of police, with
others who interested themselves in her behalf,
were emphatically "sold." Bo far as concerns us
we candidly acknowledge having been humbugged,
regret the injustice done to an innocent man and
worthy officer, and tak‘the first opportunity tc
make the amends honorable. Mr. Campbell' tells
us that "a person named Mary Burns has been
figuring in the Carlisle courts, is the reputed
mother of a negro child," and, from all the infor
mation he can gather, is the person who "sold"
the Mayor, chief of police, ourself and other citi
zens of this place. If this be so, we have only to
say that Mary played her part admirably through
out, and acted the pathetic to perfection. Those
who, believing the girl's story to be genuine, gen
erously contributed of their means to aid her,
have the consolation of knowing that they were
prompted by the most disinterested and benevo
lent motives; and if deception was practised the
sin is hers to answer for.
MORE Viterrars.—Two furloughed soldiers who
arrived here on Saturday night from the Army of
the Potomac, with piles of greenbacks, were robbed
while reeling about the streets under the stupefy
ing influence of bad whisky. One lost fifty and
the other thirty-five dollars. The former is a mar
ried man and has a wife and family somewhere in
Northumberland county dependent upon his earn
ings for support. The poor fellow was greatly .
distressed, and stated that rather than. go home
under eireursitanees so ilegracefil to him, he
would at oinee return to his regiment. In the
meantime his family will be left to destitution and
suffering unless provided for by benevolent neigh
bors. The seonndrels who make a practice of
plundering soldiers—whether drunk or sober—of
the money earned in the service of their country
are unprincipled enough to rob their mothers, and
mean enough to steal acorns from a blind hog in
the forest. A whip should be put into the bands
of every honest man to lash naked through the
land the whole class of army plunderers, from
the government eontractors who steal millions
down to the petty thieves who infest our railroad
depots and rob soldiers of their pocket books.
Row= A BESII Blior..—A serious row occurred
yesterday afternoon in the beer shop of Mr. David
Bender, at the corner of Fourth and Walnut
streets. Four drunken soldiers from the Walnut
street hospital, rendered furious by the refusal of
Mr. Bender to supply them with seer free of
charge, undertook to - storm the establishment.—
They smashed in a door, broke some furniture and
inflicted severe personal injury upon the proprie
tor, who has the reputation of being a mild and
inoffensive man. In the midst of this scene of
violence officer Campbell suddenly made his ap
pearance, captured the rioters and conveyed them
to the look-np. The demonstration was a most
disgraceful and brutal one, and the participants
deserve to be severely punished, as we presume
they will be if the case goes to court.
Gown Bamr.—Captain J. Wesley Awl, of the
Harrisburg Fire Zouaves,l27th regiment, who ar
rived here several days ago with some thirty thou
sand dollars in charge for the families of men in
his regiment, left yesterday morning for the teat
of war, taking with him numerous boxes and pack
ages of good,things sent by loving wives and sis
ters to their brave husbands and brothers in the
army who are enduring privations and hardships
and' braving the battle and the storm for their
country. It will cheer the hearts of our gallant
soldiers, and inspire them with fresh eonrage in
the hour of battle, to know that they are kindly
remembered and their services properly apprecia
ted by the loved ones at home.
EARR/SBIIRG, Feb. 28, 1863.
At a stated meeting of the Journeymen Plaster
ers' Union of the city of Harrisburg, it was re
solved to strike for higher wages, on and after the
Ist of May, 1863, and also to state the reasons for
such action. Some of the most important reasons
are as follows : A plasterer cannot work all the
seasons of the year at his trade. Freezing weather
stops his work; rainy weather often does. Now
if his work could be finished in a shop this could
be remedied. The present wages are too low,
considering the high price of all the necessaries
of life, not to say anything about the luxuries of
life. In payment of wages naught is received but
paper money, the inflation of which causes an un
due valuation of those things necessary to the
comfort and aide= of man. The same may be
said of the depreciation of paper currency. If
wages were paid in coin this would not be, and
then there would be no necessity of a strike.—
Many other reasons might be adduced'for our ac
tien, but deeming these seineient we ask the co
operation of all whom it may concern, and all me
chanics by our success will be benefitted.
J. L. Kunas, Preet.
S. Kozmaz, Vice Pres't.
J. T. Dowaan, Seely. • •
NEW Music.—" Youth by the Brook," ballad by
Balling; "La Primavera," (spring time,) by Torry ;
"The Sleep of Joy" and "The Sleep of Sorrow,"
two splendid songs, by W. V. Valtace, with a lot
of other new music just received at Knoche's music
store, 93 Market street.
A Certn.—This is to inform the public that the
item in last night's Telegraph, is entirely false as
regards the fight at my saloon. I was not at home
when the soldiers first came in. They get cards
themselves and began to play without any one's
consent, and then they had a quarrel, and while
quarreling I came home and put them out of my
house. I never encouraged any one to do what is
wrong in my house. The local of the nigger or
gan had better turn his attention to something
else. I invite all my friends to bo at my house
to-day to partake of a free lunch.
SELLING OFF ! SELLING OFF ! Taa WEMLE STOCK
or DRY GOODS !—Having bought the entire stock
of dry goods of J. A. Boger, Eeq., we will com
mence to sell off those goods at Mr. Boger's store,
at prisms less than can be Nivea for again in the
city. And as all kinds of dry goods aro advancing
every day in the city, this will be a good opportu
nity for those whO are in want of any kind of
goods. The stock consists in part of
10,000 yards of Calicos.
15,000 " Muslins.
3,500 " Ginghams.
3,500 " Cassinetts and Kentucky Jeans.
1,000 " Cotten pants AWL.
2,000 " Dalai° es.
1,000 " Remnants of all kinds.
800 " Black Alpacas.
500 " White /Anon.
500 " White Plaid Muslins and Cambric&
1,000 pairs of Stockings and Half Hose.
500 all kinds of Gloves.
1,000 papers of Smith's Needles.
100 yards of Black Cloths, all prices.
800 " Colored and Black Silk.
600 " Crash and Toweling.
And:a great many other goods, such as are ge
nerally kept in a first class dry goods store, and
too numerous to mention. This is a rare opportu
nity for buyers of dry goods, as the stock must be
sold off by the Ist of April. B. LBWS.
MILITARY BUSINESS OF ALL KINDS AT
TENDED TO. EUGENE SNYDER,
Attorney at Law, ofTioe, Third street, Harrisburg,
New York Priem
IL B.Be, due 1881, Coupon 10135 102%
Do ....due 1881, Registered Int. off. 100 101
U. S. 7 3-10 Treasury Notes 104% /05
One year 8 per cent. eartifleates 98%
IL B. Demand Notes, old issue. 69 80%pr
BANICABLR OURRENOT THE STANDARD.
American . fl a 72 pr American, prior to
Do (dated prior 1852 $1 65 a 170
to 1834) 74 a 75 pr Do Quart's.. —1 64 a 168
Sov.,Victoria*. 790 a 8 00 Do Dimes and
Soy., old 7 80 a 810 Half Dimes. 164a168
Napoleon, 20frs. 555 a 5 60 Do Halves and
10 francs 2 75 a 2 85 14rt , s(new) 1 59 a 161
Pras. Doub. Fr. Dollars, Am. and .
a .... 1 65 a 170
Doubloons, 5p..25 00 a 25 50 Do Sp.,perfect 165 a 170
Do. Mexican... 24 50 a 25 50 Do carolus .. 165 a 1 70
Do. Costa 81ea.24 00 a 25 00 Do S. Amer... 185a170
Bars 900 line...
and $2O pieces. 67 a 69 prm
and $5 pieces.. 67 a 69 prm
10 guilder Pie
ces 600 a 6 50
Ten Thaler 9 00
20 Mile Reis,
Brasil 11 25 a 1135
• . prm
*A heavy Sovereign wei
New York City.. 3i
New York State X
Jersey—large .......... )(
Pennsylvania Currency. X
Delaware—small ... 94
Maryland a 3
Die. of Columbia %
Ylrgi l 4 l .4 l . ...... a 4113
BATES OP DO
Boston...—. par a 1-10prm
New York... 1-10prm
Baltimore... a X
Washingt , n,D.43 jr. a X
Detroit, Mich.. X a X
Lexington, Ky.. 2 a ..
blilwaukie,Wis. X a X
FENNBYLVL COUNTRY BANN. NOTES
AT PAN IN PHILADELPHIA.
NAME OF HARKS. WHERE REDEEMED.
Allentown Bank, Allentown Manuf. & Mech. B'k.
Bank of Catacauqua Farm. & Mech. Bank.
Bank of Chester County Farm. & Mech. Bank-
Bank of Danville Bank N. Liberties.
Bank of Delaware County. Bank of North Amer.
Bank of Germantown Farm. & Mech: Bank.
Bank of Montgomery County.... Western Bank.
Back of Phoenixville.. Manuf. & Mech. B'k.
Dopleatown‘ Bank, Doylestown..... Philadelphia Bank.
Easton Bank Easton ,Bank of North Amer.
Farm. B'k of Bucks Co., Bristol—Farm. & Mech. Bank.
Farm. dik Mech. Bank, Easton Girard Bank.
Farmers' Bank, Lancaster Mechanics , Bank.
Lancaster County Bank ..... . ....Western Bank.
Mauch Chunk Bank Girard Bank.
Minors' Bank, Pottsville.. Bank of:North Amer,
AT DISCOUNT IN
Allegheny Bank.- X
Anthraciteß , k,Tamaqua
Bank of Beaver Co 31
Bank of Chambersburg, X
Bank of Chester Talley,
Coatesville ....... .• • • X
Bank of Crawford Coun
ty, Meadville 31
Bank of Fayette C 0..... X
Bank of Gettysburg .... X
Bank of Lawrenee
Bank of Middletown....
Bank of New Castle... 4.
Bank of Northumberl , d, X
Bank of Pittsbteg,prem. 50
Citizens B'k, Pittsburg, g
Clearfield County Bank.. X
Columbia B'k. Columbia
Exchange B'k, Pitteb'g.
Farmers' B'k, Pottsville x
Farmers' B'k, Reading.. X
Farmers , & Drovers' B'k,
Franklin B'k,Wamhing.. 31
Harrisburg Bank X
Honesdale Bank x
Iron City Wk, Pittsburg, X
THE COLUMBIA INSURANCE CO.?
Of Columbia, Lancaster county, Pa.
This company continue to insure buildings, merchan
dise, and other property, against loss and damage by fire,
on the mutual plan, either for a cash premium or pre
The large and increasing.capital of the company, con
sisting of premium notes given by its members, and
Insured on the mutual plan, affords a reliable guaran
tee equal to ten times the average lose on the amount
insured ; and the Directors pledge themselves to deaf as
liberally with those who may sustain loss or damag4 as
the case may admit of, consistent with justice to all
Amount of Premium Notes, $1135,620 49.
Balance of Cash Premium nue',
pend, Jan. lst. 1862 $1,668 57
Cash receipts during the year 186;
less Agents , Commissions. • 6.751 47
Cash receipts in January, 1863..... 805 80
Loam; and Expenses paid during
the year 1862 $6,320 73
Balance unexpended, February 2d,
1863 3,016 11
A. S. GREEN, President
GEORGE YOUNG, Jr , Secretary.
M. S. SIIITME.N 2 Treasurer. •
M. S. Shuman,
Michael H. Moore,
George Youeg, Jr.,
. Nicholas McDonald,
Amos S. Green.
Robert T. Ryon,
H. (1. Minich,
Samuel F. Eberlein,
RIICKWHEAT MEAL.-15,000 LBS.
taMit EXTRA, from Wyoming Volley, for Rao
by WU. DOON, JA., & 00•
Do Norwegian ~ a
Five Fraud.... 160 a 166
Prussian Thalers...... 80
German Crowns, 117 a
French. ... d 0... 1 14 a
Prig. Silver p. £, 715 a 7 25
Spanish and Mex. sin.
silver, per oz 185
Bars, U.S. assay, p. oz. 1 89
he 5 dwts. 2% grains.
Indiana.....o ..... par
Mi550uri..........2 to 20
111in0i5...........2 to 80
Wisconsin 2 to 60
Clana4a .prm 60
St . Lonis a g
Louisville X a • -
1 1 Cincinnati :.... g a g
'Cleveland.— g a l(
Chicago . X a par
Dubuque, lowa, 1a ..
Davenport, do.. 1a ..
St. Paul, Min— 1a ..
Montreal, Can.. a..
NTRY BANK NOTES
7 emir Shore Bank „X
Kittanning Bank x
Lewisburg Bank .1(
Lebanon B , k, Lebanon.. g
Lebanon 'Val, B'k, Lob.. X
Lock Haven Bank M .
Mach's Wk, Pittsburg.. X
Mechanicsburg Wk, Me
chanicsburg ...... .... ,it
Merchants' & Manufact.
MifflinCounty B , k, Lew
Milton Bank, Milton.... X
Monongahela B a 71 k
Mount Joy Bank..._-_.. X
Octoraro Bank, Oxford.. X
Pittston Bank, Pittston, X
Tioga County 8ank..... X
Union Bank, Reading... X
West Branch Bank, Wil
Wyoming Wk,Wilkesb , e X
York Bank, York X
York County 11 , 1 r, York. X
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HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU,
• THE GREAT DIURETIC.
HEIMBOLDI EXTRACT EVOKI:r,
THE GREAT DIURETIC,
And a positive and specific remedy for diseases of the
Bladder, Kidneys, Gravel, Dropsy,
And all diseases of the Urinary Organs.
See advertisement in another column. Cut it out, and
send for the medicine.
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS.
Bold by JOHN WYETIL 0. K. KELLER and 0. A
BANNVART, Druggists, Harrisbure. aug2l.-daw3la
A CARD TO THE LADIES.
DR. DUPONCO'S GOLDEN PILLS !
Infallible in coffee ... Ling, Regulating and Removing all
Obstructions, frons whenever cause, and always
successful as a Preventive.
These PILLS have been used by the Dootore for many
years, both in France and America, with unparalleled
success in every case; and he is urged by many thousand
ladies who used them, to make the Pills public for the
alleviation of those suffering from any. irregularities
whatever, as well as to prevent an increase of family
where health will not permit it. Females particularly
Situated, or those supposing themselves so, are cautioned
against these Pills while in that condition, as they are
sure to produce miscarriage, and the proprietor assumes
no responsibility after this admonition, although their
mildness would prevent any mischief ;to health—other
wise the Pills are recommended. Full and explicit di
reetiona accompany each box. Price $l.OO per box.
Bold, wholesale and retail, by CHARLES A. BANN
VART, Druggist, No. 2 Jones Row, and C. K. SELLER,
Druggist, Harrisburg, Pa.
Ladies, by sending them $l.OO to the Harrisburg
Post Office, can have the Pills sent free of observation
to any part of the country (confidentially) and "free of
postage by mail.
Sold also by J. L. Lfiffillitafia, Lebanon; J. A. WOLF,
Wrightsville; E. T. MILLER, York; S. ELLIOTT Car
lisle; J. C. AvriOg, Shippensburg; J. SPANGLER, Chem
bersburg ; B. IL WILD, Newville ; A. J. KAUFFMAN, Me
chanicsburg; BROWN & BROTHER, No. 4, South Liber
ty street, Baltimore; and by "one Druggist" in every
town and city throughout the 'United States.
HALL es REFCIIEL,
218 Greenwich Street, New York,
• General Wholesale Agents.
N. .B —Look out for counterfeits. Buy no Golden
Pills of any kind unless every box is signed B. D. Howe,
All others are a base imposition and unsafe ; therefore,
as you value your lives and health, (to say nothing of
being humbugged out of your money,) buy only of those
who show the signature of B. D. Howe on every box,
which has recently been added on account of the Pills
being counterfeited. The ingredients composing the
above Pills are made known to every Agent. They will
tell youthe Pills are perfectly harmless, yet will do all
claimed for them. B. D. HOWE,
jyl7-dly. Bole Proprietor, New York.
TO NERVOUS SUFFERERS OF
BOTH SEXES.—A reverend gentlemen having been re
stored to health in a few days, after undergoing all the
usual routine and irregular expensive modes of treat
ment, without success, considers it his sacred duty to
communicate to his afficted fellow creatures the means
of cure. Hence, on the receipt of an addressed enve
lope, he will send (free) a copy of the prescription used.
Direct to Dr. JOHN M. DAsaNALL ) 186 Fulton street,
Prooklyn, N. Y. . jam2o-3=
NEW CASTLE ,WESTCHESTIVR CO., N.Y., Oct. 23,1862.
Ma. e. TEN ETCH SmooN, Editor Sing Sing Email-
Dear Sir—l would state that I was induced to use
BRANDRETIPS PILLS through the recommendation of
John R. Swift, of Croton, 'Westchester County, who was
entirely restored to health by their use. He was sick
for some two years, very costive and dyspeptic, and he
tried everything, bat was not relieved. Finally, he took
one Brandreth's Pill every day for a week, and a dose of
six Pills every day for three days, and then took one
Pill every day, with occasional doses of six. In one
month he was able to go to work, and in three months
was well, gaining 40 pounds in weight.
Yours truly, EDWARD PURDY.
TEST/MESTER COUNTY, as.
Edward Purdy, being duly sworn, says that he resides
in the town of New Castle ; that some years ago he was
very sick with a sore on his leg, which had been run
ning for over five years ; that he wag also much dis
tressed by a pain in.his chest,aal, besides. was very cos
tive and dyspeptic; that after tying various remedies
and many physicians, he commenced using Brandreth 7 s
Pills, six to eight three times a week, and at the end of
one month the sore in his leg healed, and at the end of
two months he was entirely cured of costiveness, dys
pepsia and pain, and has remained welt ever since.
Sworn to before me, this 18th day of October, 1882.
S. MALCOLM SMITH,
Justice of the Peace.
For sale in Harrisburg by GEO. H. MILL.
WARRANTED SUPERIOR TO
ANY OTHER.—TODIAS 7 DERRY CONDITION POW
DERS: A safe, sure and speedy cure for Coughs, Colds,
Distemper, Heaves, Hide Bound, Worms, Bots, Loss of
Appetite, Scurvy, &0., &c., in Horses and Cattle. Many
animals whose worn-out and miserable appearance
makes them almost worthless, can be restored to their
former vigor and line condition by a few doses of these
invaluable powders. They are perfectly harmlesp, and
can be given to a sound horse as well as a sick one, with
sure benefit—they keep their blood cool, skin and bow
els loose, urinary organs in good order, and, on the
whole, improve the appearance of all animals, no mat
ter in what condition they are in. For high fed horses
they are invaluable. If horsemen would once a month
give a table-spoonful in their feed, we should seldom
hear of so many sick horses, Sold by all druggists.
Depot, 56 Cortlandt street, New York. feb7-d&wlm
GAIETY MUSIC HALL!
WALNUT STREET, BELOW THIRD.
NEW STAR TROUPE.
First Week of the Engagement of the Young
Actres and Great Danseuses,
Miss Viola IlMormicli,
From the Drury Lome Theatre, London,
How are you, Greenbacks ?
How are you, Greenbacks ?
The Prince of Comic Singers, in his new Irish,
Scotch and Yankee Excentricties,
In connection with
THETAR GAIETY TROUPE.
MRS. JULIA EDWARDS,
MISS MATTIE CLARE,
PROF. WEBER'S ORCHESTRA
DRILLIAXT SELECTIONS OF MUSIC,
To conclude every Evening this Week with the
ROARING FARCE OF
KILL OR CURE.
John Brown Billy Ward
Mrs. John Brown Mrs. Julia Edwards
Dyonisous Jake Budd
Doctress Brewster Miss Mettle Clare
Admission Only 10 Cents.
WINES, BRANDIES, &c..
For sale by WM. DOCg, Ta., dr, CO
HAVANA ORANGES.—Just received
by WM. DOCK. ye., Sr. CO.
%TALUABLE BUILDING LOTS FOR
V SALE.—Five loth of 20 feet front byl2l feet deep
each, fronting the Reservoir. Apply at
Corner of State and Third streets, Harrisburg, Pa.
TLT P. & W. C. .TAYLOR'S
27 30 W . MI 21E 1)
It is economical and highly. detersive:
It contains no Rosin and will not waste.
It is warranted not to injure the halide.
It Will impart an agreeable odor, and is therefore
suitable for every purpose. For sale by
WK. DOME, Js., do CO.
CEDAR TUBS, CHURNS and MEA
SURES, to g ether with a large assortment of BAS
KETS, BROOMS &c., just received., and for sale very
me, by WM. DOCK, Ea., & CO
SUPERIOR STOCK OF LIQUORS.-
WP: DOCK & CO., are now able to offer to
their customers and the public at large, a stock of the
purest liquors ever imported into this market, compri
sing in part the following varieties
WHISKY-IRISH, SCOTCH,OLD BOURBON.
WINE-PORT, SHERRY, OLD MADEIRA.
OTARD, DUPEY & CO. PALE BRANDY.
PRIME NEW ENGLAND RUM.
DRAKE'S PLANTATION BITTERS.
These liquors can all be warranted; and in addition to
these, Dock & Co. have on hand a large variety of
Wines, Whisky and Brandy, to which they invite the
particular attention of the public.
aREEN CORN.—WINSLOW'S fresh
' l / 4 „A ereen Corn just receive by
WM. DOCK, SR, & CO.
In the Court of COMMIT, Pleas of Dauphin county
the matter of the Sheriff's Sale of the property of
GEORGE MANLY. No. 49., January Term, 1863.
The auditor appointed by the court to report distri
bution of the fund in court, raised by the above sale,
will meet the parties interested, for the purposes of his
appointment, on THURSDAY. IIARCH 5, 1862,1 at ten
o'clock, at his office in Third street, Harrisburg.
febll-3toaw DENT. L. FORMER, Auditor.
TOTlCE.—Whereas, Letters of Admin
istration upon the estate of Joseph W. Lewis, late
of the City of Harrisburg, Dauphin county, deceased,
have been granted to the subscriber, all persons indebted
to the said estate are requested to make immediate pay
ment, and those having claims ipr demand's against the
ame will make them known without delay to
JNQ. LEWIS, Administrator.
Harrisburg, Jan. 8, 18113-jan9-dlaw6w
SWEET CIDER, THE PUREST IN
the market, for sale by WM. DOCK, JR., & CO.
Facts About Brandreth's Pills.
IN NEW SONGS, DANCES, &o
Together with a NEW OVERTURE
808 EDWARDS, Sole Proprietor.
COAL 1 COAL ! COAL I
The subscriber having bought out the Coal Tama:sesta
fixtures formerly belonging to James Wheelew,lesq,„
is nowready to deliver to the citizens of narrienig
kens Valley and Wilkesbarre Coals, well prepare* or
the best quality, at the lowest market rice*. Ala;
Coal delivered at the consumers) doors with the passe&
weigh cart. Orders left at my office, Fourth tail Asia
ket, or at the yard, will be punctually attended to.
Thankful for the liberal patronage heretetcee:_e=s.
tended, I still ask for a continuance of the same.
decl6-2m* DAVID woozaracm_
P. S.—Ono Patent Weigh Cart for sale.
(04:2 0 .a.i.-z
WHOLESALE AND itETAIL.
HAVING !cooed the Coal Yard ) foga. of
North street, lately occupied by O. D. Jfeeetst
am enabled to supply the public with a
COMPLETE ASSOItTMIEIST •
OF THE DIFFERENT
VARIETY AND SIZES O
Orders respectfully solicited—Which, if left Id taw
office, foot of North street, or at the stars elf Wm..
Dock, 311, 8; Co., (where samples will be of eseV te33
receive prompt attention.
SOUTH SECOND STREET, BELOW .P.EAMISI
Where ho hoops constantly on heat
LYKENS AND WILKESBARRE COAL,
Such ae STEAMBOAT, BROKEN, EGG
which he will dispose of at the lowest market Orme.
Consumers will do well to call on him and, by ba
their supply, as the Coal will be delivered dean, arso
full weight. yamMillha
CHARLES F. VOLIMEA,
Chestnut street, four doors above Seems.
(OPPOSITE WASHINGTON HOBS HMO ' ,
Is prepared to furnish to order, in the very best style SoM
workmanship, Spring and flair Mattresses, W intim Caw
tains, Lounges, and all other articles of Flnialltlare in kW
line, on short notice and moderate terms. Marlow wm—
perience in the business, he feels warranted in asilaim
share of public patronage, confident of his ability isgiew
NO. 11, NORTH THIRD ST., HARRIBBNRIO.
MELODEONS, VIOLINS, GUITARS',
Banjos, Flutes, Fifes, Drums, .ficcurshosook,
STRINGS, SHEET AND BOOK MUSIC, &C., &a.,
PHOTOGRAPH FRAMES. ALERHISS,
Large Pier and Mantle Mirrore, Square and 13nrai Jhelum,
of every description made to order. It egulhringolovise.
Agency for Howe , s Sewing Machismo..
117' Sheet Music sent by Mail. te9l-21
THE LARGEST AND BEST ASSORTIIM
PRINTS, AND HEADS
SCENES, ADAPTED FOR GRECLUS
OIL PAINTINGS, AT
Wm. Knoche's NuSie Stoma.
No. 93 Market street. Harr.
PHOTOGRAPHIC ALBUMS. •
W. KNOCHE'S MUSIC STOIC
AT 93 MARKET ST..
SOHN W. GLOVER,
Has just received from New York, aissimarlp
which he offers to his customers and the 191005 a
n0v221 , MODERATE PRICES. . Of
MOTlLE.—Agreeably . to the preirisitrze
of the Act of Assembly rucorporatiag the We*
Harrisburg Market Company, notice is hereby storm,
that subscriptions to the capital stock of sake cempuuty
will be received on and after the 16th Jay of Veinsesajt
next, at the residence of the subscriber.
W. K. VERRERE;
Presidest pro ievnyom
T. LOUIS FLOUR. THE IEE6F
BRAND FOR FAMILY USE in the roultra. 14;19
barrels of the celebrated St. Lou's Flour, isn:trarsultv7
pronounced the most superior article ever offend Antler
market, just received and for sale by
WAS. DOOR, 724., A Crsc
N EW LIVERY AND
• BOARDING STABLE!
The undersigned has opened a new Livery Stabka i
Pine streetj adjoining the "Morgan Hoes e,"sitit slatiteiß
it with the beat HORSES in the market, am aseentsoarit
of elegant COACHES, CARRIAGES, WU 001113 ame
SLEIGHS, and everything in the livery lbaer, loge
will hire at cheap rates. HORSES BOARDED and wall
taken care of en reasonable terms. He lavlaises kit&
friends to give him a call.
decl6-dtf SAMMIL 8.
VRESH FISH every Tuesday and Frit-
J.: day at JOHN WISE'S Store, corner of 'Third are
WALL PAPER AND Wll4 DOW
HENRY C. SHAFFER
Has a large stock of Widow Shades and Wall Papas®
hand which will be sold very low. Call, and exasalsbe."
Paper Hanging personally attmtal Cs.
No. 12, MARKED SMUT;
oet2A-dtf. Near the bridzet.
SECRET DISEASES ! •
TED MOST CERTAIN REMEDY EVER REDMIP.
Yes, a Positive Cure
BALSAM COPAVIA 4- MERCURY B.ISCARDZIM,
Only ten Pills to be taken to effect a core.
They are entirely vegetable, having no stoop aporsurs;
unpleasant taste, and will not, in any way s ,injjsz.
stomach or bowels of the most delicate.
Cures in frail' two to four days, anti recent cam Erb
No exposure, no trouble, no change 'whatever..
Price male packages, $2; Percale,
D. W. GROSS A--911t.
Sent by mail by DESMOND & CO., Box
FOW RENT.—A commodious Dye Disc
House, with Eight Rooms, situated on almra.
near Walnut street, in this city.
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