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GEN. A. L. ROUDIFORT.
FOR CITY AUDITOR.
JAMES M. BAY.
TOR SCHOOL DIRECTORS:
I WEIDMAN FORSTER,
t JACOB HOUSER.
North District JOHN EDWARDS,
H. F. M'REYNOLDS.
Council—DANlEL HOOKER. .
Constable—A. JACKSON WICKERT.
Inspector—CHAßLES F. COATES.
THIRD WARD. +.
Council—WM. K. VERBEKE.
Assessor—E. G. H. KECK.
Judge—JOSEPH B. EWING.
Inspector GEORGE W. OSLER.
FOURTH WARD. •
Assessor—THOMAS C. SAMPLE.
Judge—W. A. MALONEY.
Judge—JOHN R. BROOKE. '
Men M. V. Wu eon nails the attention of the
ladies of Harrisburg and strangers to her fancy
store, corner of Second and Walnut, where she
continues to keep Dress Trimmings, Zephyrs, and
a variety of fancy articles. 18-2 w
To THE POLLS.—Every true Democrat should ge
to the oity election to-morrow and oast his vote
for the whole Democratic ticket.
THE HosprrAL at Camp Curtin bas been re-fitted
in good style and is now oeeupied by a number of
NAVIGATION OPENED.—The water has been let
into the Schuylkill canal, and the whole line is
now open and ready for navigation.
ARAFAT OF A THIEF.—An "American eithol2 of
African descent" was arrested yesterday by officer
Campbell for stealing one dollar from a sable
brother in Beecher's avenue. The Mayor com
mitted him for a further hearing.
A Dobwrorm SPECULATION.—Mr. Till having
kept his wooly -horse long enough to secure the
Domination of the woellyamade, sold the woolly
horse on Monday morning and sold himself on
Om Dirry Ananc.—Mr. Thomas J. Oder, teacher
of one of the North ward male schools, who was
confined to his room by illness, for several weeks,
is now convalescent and hag resumed the discharge
of his professional duties.
"Comma:sans" are dangerous to tread upon, ,
as was yesterday realised by a ranting and insult
ing Abolitionist who tried the experiment, and
received a "sting" that left its mark. The "cop
perheads" will be about in irresistible swarms to
morrow and sting Abolitionism to death.
Yon THE DEMOCRATIC Ticxxx:—All who are
opposed to that unjust and infamous feature of the
conscription law that drags poor men Irom their
families and forme them into the army, and ex
empts the rich for money, should go to the polls
to-morrow and vote for Roumfort arid the whole
Norm WARD Sunoms.—The Laneasterian school
Inane, for some months past occupied as a military
hospital, is now being evacuated by the soldiers,
and will at once be fitted up for the reception of
the North ward male schools. Both teachers and
scholars will be glad to get back to the old familiar
and comfortable quarters from which they hap' so
long been excluded.
Brrnse.LThe contest for the Mayoralty is be
coming quite interesting and exciting. Yesterday
we listened to a number of angry discussions, and
saw several bete made on the result. These kind
of arguments, however, amount to nothing. We
advbie the woolly heads to'save their breath and
money, for the election of Gen. Roumfort is a fixed
fact, if we can rightly read the signs of the times.
Swaim Pox.—This disease still prevails to some
extent in our city, notwithstanding the physicians
have made no reports for some weeks past. At
autiket yesterday morning we noticed several men
and women only partially recovered from the
ease, and in a condition• to spread the infection.
The appearance of snob persons on our streets
renders them liable to a fine of fifty dollars, and
the law ought to be enforced.
Pouca Counv.—Several drunks and vaga were
before the Mayor yesterday morning. One of the
former, hailing from Middletown, got obfuscated
and lest his watch. When arrested he made some
violent demonstrations against the police officer,
who with difficulty succeeded in caging him. He
was fined one dollar and discharged. The balance
of the party, having no money, were reprimanded
TWENTY Yntas AGo.—The fine weather we are
now enjoying was the topic of conversation among
a group of gentlemen yesterday afternoon. One
of the "oldest inhabitants," who happened to be
present, remarked that on the li th day of March,
twenty years ago, a deep snow fell in this -region,
which did not entirely disappear until some time
In April, and that St. Patrick's day of that year
was one of the coldest and most stormy of the sea
Wrto Srozz rue liAlt 7— Yesterday afternoon a
gentleman purohasod a large ham at a Market
street grocery, and deposited it on a bench in front
of the store while he went in to foot the bill. On
Me rental the ham was missing, having mysteri
ously disappeared during his brief absence. Pir
tee started out In pursuit of the daring thief but
did not succeed in finding him. "Who stole the
ham," is a mystery that probably never will be
JOHN TILL Aim GENNBAL ROUNIFORT.—WhiIe in
1844 John Till was sympathizing with the church
burners, Gen. Bonn:Sort, .at the head of his troops,
was routing thoptforeeald church burners in Phil
adelphia, enforcing public order and protecting the
property and lives of his fellow citizens; and we
doubt not that, on Friday next, at the head of the
indomitable Democracy of Harrisburg, he will rout
John Till and his "Loyal" League supporters . , and
be triumphantly elected to the Mayoralty, in
which position he will again protect the lives and
property of his fellow citizens against the secret
and dark machinations of the enemies of law and
"Svautas."---We ..nothse-that journeymen• -me:
chanics in various branches of business in Maness.
ter, Reading, West - Chester, and various ether
cities and towns .throughout this State, are de
manding an increase of wages, owing r to the high
priced df all the necessaries of life. A few days
ago the journeymen carpenters of Reading made
a "strike," on which occasion • they paraded the
streets headed by a brass band, carrying flags and
a large transparency. Similar demonstrations are
daily being made elsewhere. The reasons for
these movements must be apparent to every one,
and-need no explalnation from us. "Strikes" we
condemn ; they do no good ; in fact they are a
positive injury, especially to those who indulge
in them. But something Amid be done to ameli
orate the present condition of the working classes.
The enhanced prices of all the necessaries of life,
which render the wages of working men inade-'
quate, are mainly caused by the extensive, supply
of paper currency, its diminished value having but
a feeble purchasing power. So far as this cause
operates, it ought, in equity, to
,advance the rates
of wages in just the same proportion as it raises
the price of other things. to• this extent the
laboring classes are, it seems to us, justified in
demanding increased remuneration for their servi
ces: When a farmer gets' a higher price for hie
beef cattle because each dollar of the paper money
in which he is paid is worth only sixty dents in
gold, it is fair that the laborer who consumes the
beef should have the price of hie day's work raised
in like proportion. In view of the existing state
of strain, then, the increase of wages so justly and
reasonably demanded, .should be cheerfully given.
This is manifestly the best course to be pursued,
and it may'save many families., from want and
ANOTHER MISREPRESENTATION::—The nigger or
gan in an unmanly, cowardly and unprovoked
assault upon the two sons of General Roumfort,
which every respectable man in the community
condemn% announces with a grand flourish de
signed to make capital for its candidate for Mayor,
that Mr, Till " has a son now baring his bosom to
the fire of the rebel foe." That "young Till is fight
ing with Rumens and has been in many battles."
This is a gross misrepresentation, either made
willfully or through ignorance. Young Till has
been for months, and is at this time, a clerk in the
Quartermaster Department at Louisville, receiving
a fat salary. He never participated in a battle;
and of course did not have an opportunity of
"baring his bosom to the fire of the rebel foe."
We have nothing to say against young Till, for
whom we always, entertained the higheit respect.
He is a son of whom the father has just reason
to be proud. We only allude to this mater to
show the lying and misrepresentation resorted to
by the nigger organ, the editor of which never
was known to tell the truth when a lie answered
Macros IA TUE FAST WARD.—The Democracy
of the Pint and Second wards assembled animal:me
at the Black Horse hotel last evening. Large del
egations from the other ward clubs were also in
attendance. Able, argumentative and eloquent
addresses were delivered by several prominent
Democrats, and the entire proceedings were char
acterized by the same degree of harmony and en
thusiagm that have attended all the popular de
monstrations of the Democratic party during the
progress of the local campaign. Onr friends in
the two lower wards are ready and eageifor the
fray, and will do their full share in achieving a
Democratic triumph that will rejoice the heath, of
all true friends of "the Constitution and the Union g
throughout our good old commonwealth.
• WOOLY-HEAD CousurrExcv.—The woolly-Bead
organ advocates the election of John Till for Mayor
on the ground of , his being a mechanic, and calls
upon poor men to vote for him as the representa
tive of their interests. As an evidence of its con
sistency we refer to an article in 'last evening's
issue opposing the election of WM. korrio as
Councilman in the Sixth ward because he happens
to be a poor man and "no freeholder," . and advo
cates the cause of David Mum ma, a laWyer and one
of the wealthiest men in the ward. Out upon such
hypocrisy and inconsistency , The assertion, how
ever, that Mr. Morris is "not a freeholder," is un
true, and the woolly-head organ in making it adds
falsehood to hypocrisy.
Ann Mons ItiLLM—Ajoint meeting of the Fifth
and Sixth - ward Democratic clubs will be held at
the house of Henry Bostgen, on • Ridge avenue,.
this evening. Our candidate for Mayor and several
other eloquent speakers will he present and address
the meeting. This being the last demonstration
prior to the election, all Democrats in the city
should make it a point to attend. Let the friends
of "the Constitution and the Union" assemble ii
the majesty of their strength, compare
perfect their arrangements for a &land rally at the
ballot box to-morrow.
Tan UNION Lifinus, which, like its master, aims
to usurp the franchise of the people, has, without
any of the formalities of elections or ward repre
sentations, disregarded the just claims of such
well-linowri and respectable Republicans as Messrs.
Bishop, Fleming and Bender, and nominated a
renegade Anti-Mason, Native American, KnOw
Nothing Democrat for the Mayoralty of this city.
This supposed political availability will avail them
nothing but an ignominious defeat, and the burn
ing shame of having deserted their, own friends for
the advantage of a political shyster.
"Hormsr Joan Tri.r.."—Last spring John Till
was elected and instructed bg, the Democrats of
the Fourth ward to support John T. Wilson for
City Treasurer in the City Conference. This hon
orable and conscientious conferee, When he got
into the Conference, very coolly bedtime a candi
date himself, and attempted to defeat Mr. Wilson,
whom every consideration of honor and propriety
should have induced him to support with all his
energies."_ So much for honest John Till.
lams Haut..—Yesterday afternoon officer Fleck
arrested two men and two women who exhibited
themselves on Market street in a drunken condi
tion, and escorted the whole party to the lock-up.
The women were excessively intoxicated and their
conduct was rade and boisterous in the extreme.
There Can be no more disgusting spectacle than a
drunken woman reeling along the streets, and yet
such eighth are not unfamiliar to our citizens.
ARREST AND Dxscuaass.—Yesterday afternoon
a young woman was arrestcd.on a charge of steal
ing a silk dress from the house of Mrs. Caruthers,
in State street. Subsequently the missing dress
was found, and the girl confessed that she had
concealed it. Beatified with the recovery of the
property, Mrs. Caruthers withdrew her complaint
and the girl was discharged.
ANOTHER NEGRO REGIMENT. — Efforts are being
made for the organisation of a negro regiment in
Philadelphia. It the movement meets with .no
more success thaw that attempted In Pittsburg for
a similar purpose, a long time must elapse before
the regiment will be ready to take the field. There
_may be officers enough ready to go in,-but the dif
ficulty will be to get men to fill the ranks.
KILL= ON THE RAILROAD.—A man of drunken
habits named Barnhart was killed on the railroad
near Reading the other night. Ile was Po horribly
mangled that it was almost impossible to reeognise
'llistbririt OPT PHistriiiiVoiiiif TifitiitianktiScie
OF DRY GOODS !-Having bought the satire stock
of dry goods of J. A. Boger, Esq., we will com
mence to sell off those goods at Mr. Boger's store,
at prieces less than can be bough; for again in the
city. And as all kinds of dry goods are advancing
every day in the oily; this will be a good opportu
nity for those who are in want of any kind of
goodii. 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 4 " Cotten pants stuff.
500 " Carpets.
2,000 " Detainee.
1,000 '" Remnants of all kinds.
800 " Black Alpacas.
500 " White Lihen.
500 " White Plaid Minting and Cambrian.
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. S. Lzwr..
MILITARY BUSINESS-OF ALL KINDS AT
TENDED TO. EUGENE SNYDER,
Attorney at Law, omoe, Third street, Harrisburg,
GAIETY MUSIC HALL!
WALNUT STREET, BELOW THIRD.
Monday Evening, March 16.
First appearance in this city of
MISS LAURA BERNARD,
THE CHARMING VOCALIST
MOST BEAUTIFUL WOMAN
IN THE CONCERT PROFESSION,
THE GREAT AMERICAN NIGHTINGALE,
Whose bird-like warblings entrance all.
GREAT GAIETY TROUPE OF STARS
A NIGHTLY CHANGE OF PROGRAMME:
MISS LOUISA PAYNE,
The Impersonation of Beauty and Melody, in
her Sentimental and Comic Ballads.
MISS ROSE LA. FORREST,
The Champion Female Jig and Fancy Danaeuee,
Original and only
FEMALE ESSENCE OF OLD VIRGINIA!
The Fairy Star and Poetry of Motion.
MRS. JULIA EDWARDS,
The Harrisburg Favorite.
J. G. H. SHOREY,
The 'world-renowned Ethiopial;, Comedian.
J. H. YOUNG, ,
The great Plantation Orator and Contraband
The Excelsior Banjoist and King of Songs and
WM. H. BROWNELL,
The favorite Negro Delineator 4!t Interlocutor.
J. H. DOXELL, • .
Solo Violinist and Composer.
J. ANDRIA. JRA.DELLA.,
The Comedian and Dancer.
Comprising the moat talented and *Baffle
of combinations, who will appeai
In a choice selection of Operatic . Gems,
Duets, Comic Ballads, new and beautiful Dan
Also, the following Prize Negro Sketches and
Burlesques, written expressly for them :
THE BLACK BRIGADE,
THE SPORTS OF THE POTOMAC,
THE HAPPY TRIO,
HOW ARE YOU GREENBACKSI
To conclude with Se' comic sketch and great'
flit at the Times, entitled
SAM PATCHEM IN THE LWISLATURE
Stirring Up the Aministration with Polls of
Characters by the Company.
Admission Only 15 Cents.
• 808 EDWARDS, Sole Proprietor.
Wm. H. BaommErm, Stage it Business Manager.
Sir SIGNOR BLISS, ""
Who performs the Thrilling Feat of Walking
upon the, Ceiling, head downward, is
engaged and will shortly appear.
SANFORD'S OPERA HOUSE,
Third Street, below Market.
MISS M. A. FIELDING'S
Mres . M. A. FIELDING SOLE LESSEE
J. BUDD. BUSINESS AGENT & MANAGER
LARGEST . CONIPANY
THAT EVER APPEARED IN TIIIB CITY,
NOVELTY ! VARIETY ! COMEDY !
PROF. WM. WEBER'S SPLENDID ORCHES
'TRA SIX TALENTED MUSICIANS,
M Ii7M3EIVIr MNT 3B N I MkT Gr.
We are filled every night by
THE ELITE AND . FASHION OF THE CITY
THIS IS THE ONLY
• FAMILY RESORT IN THIS CITY.
NW-Come and judge for yourselves.—VaX
ALL NEW FEATURES FOR THIS WEEK.
CHANGE EVERY EVENING.
SPLENDID FARCE EVERY EVENING.
Admission. s ...26 Cents
Gallery.. 15 "
Orchestra Seats.. 50 "
Private Box Seats 75 "
Entire Box. $4 00
Doors open a quarter before seven—Commen
cing a quarter before eight o'clock.
~S~EC~~`L NOTICES ~ ~~
DRAKES_ PLANTATION BITTER,
Exhausted nature's great restorer. A delightful beve
rage and active tonic. Composed of pure St. Croixßum,
roots and herbs. It invigorates the body without stim
ulating the brain. It destroys acidity of the stomach,
creates an appetite and strengthens the system. It is a
certain cure for Dyspepsia, Constipation, Diarrlues.
Liver Complaint' sod Nervous Headache, and prevents
Miasmatic disease from change of diet, water, dos. It
ean . be aged at all times of day by old and young, and is
particularly recommended to weak and delicate persons.
Sold by all Grocers, Druggists, Hotels and Saloons. P.
H. Drake & Co., 202 Broadway, New York.
This delightful article for preserving and beautifying
the human hair is again put up by the origins proprie
tor, and is now made with the same ease, sk Maud aMen
lion which Hest created Its immense and unprecedented
sales of over one million bottles annual! lis still
sold at 25 cents in large bottles. Two million bottles
can easily be sold in a year whenit is again known that
the Kathairon is not only the most delightful hair dres
sing in the world, but that it cleanses the scalp of scurf
and dandruff, gives the hair a lively, rich, luxuriant
growth, and prevents it from turning gray. These are
considerations worth knowing. The Kathairon has 'Keen
tested for over twelve years, and is warranted as de
scribed. Any lady who values a beautiful head of
will use the Hathairon. It is finely perfumed, cheap and
Mixable. It is sold by all respectable dealers through.
out the world. D. B. DAMNS lc 00.
novs-2awd&wBm New York.
INIMITABLE HAIR RESTORATIVE.
IT IS NOT A DYE,
But restores gray hair to its original color, by supplying
the capillary tubes with natural sustenance, impaired
by age or disease. All instantaneous dyes are composed
of lunar caustic, destroying the vitality and beauty of
the.hair, and afford of themselves no dressing. Heim
street's Inimitable Coloring not only restores hair to its
natural color by an easy process, bat gives the hair a
promotes its growth, prevents its falling of' eradicates
dandruff, and imparts health and pleasantriess to the
head. It has stood the test of time, being the original
Hair Coloring, and is constantly increasing in favor.
Used by both gentlemen and •ladies. It is sold by all
respectable dealers, or can be procured by them of the
commercial agent, D. S. Barnes, 202 Broadway, N. Y
Two? sixes; 50 cents-and $l. nov7-2awd&w6m
IMPORTANT TO FEMALES.
DR. CHEESEMAWS PILLS.
The combination of ingredients in these Pills are the
result of a Wig and extensive practice. They are mild
in their operation, and certain in correcting all irregn
laritiee, painful menstruation, removing all obstructions
whether from cold or otherwise, headache, pain in tke
eide, palpitation of the heart, whites, all usrvousitee
tics; hysterics, fatigue, pain la th aback suelbubs,
&c., disturbed sleep, which cries from latsulptiosof
DR. CHEESSMAN B PLILLEi
WU the COMM:MOM= o moor 11 I MIN Itof
those irregularities and obsirterAs tits. him son
signed so many to a prineatit rep • 'b slaislecfn
enjoy good health unless she is regular, and whenever an
obstruction takes place the general health begins to de
are the most effectual remedy ever known for all com
plaints peculiar to Females. To all asses they ail,
invaluable, inducing, with certainty, periedicui regular
ity. They are known to thousands,who have usedthem
at different periods, throughout the country, havingtbe
',auction of some of the most eminent Physicians is
Explicit directions, stating when they should not be
used, with each Box—the Prtes One Dollar per Box,
containing from 60 to 60 Pills.
Pills sant by mail, promptly, by rynitting to the
Agents. Bold by Druggists generally.
R. B. HUTCHINGS, Proprietor, •
20 Cedar street, New York.
Bold in Harrisburg, by D.A. Bannvart.
44 Mechanicsburg, by J. B. Denett.
4 ( Carlisle, by S. Elliott.
" Shippeneburg, by D. W. Rankin.
. 6 Ohambereburg, by Miller & Hershey.
Hummeletown, by George Wolf.
• " Lebanon, by George Boss. decd-d&wly
THIRTY YEARS EXPERIENCE !
Have been diligently employed in perfecting
CRISTADORO'S Excelsior HAIR . DYE.
It is no wondes then, that after
Careful Analysis by Dr. Chilton,
IT WAS PRONOUNCED HARMLESS,
And is now taking the place of all other Dyes. Those
who have been disappointed with miserable imitations,
are always pleased with the genuine.. Any shade • of
black onbrown, to anti all complexions, produced in ten
Manufacttred by J. CHISTADORO, 6 Astor House,
New York. Sold everywhere, and appliect, by all Hair
Dressers. Price *I, $l6O and $.3 per box, according to
Cristadorots flair Preservative
Is invaluable with his Dye, as it imparts the utmost
softness, the most beautiful gloss and great vitality to
Price 50 onto, $1 and $2 per bottle, according to !die
DR. TOBIAS' VENETIAN LINI
MENT.-A certain "cure for pains and aches, and war
ranted superior to any other. Croup it positively cares;
relief is absolutely sure immediately it is used. Mo
thers remember this, .and arm yourselves with a bottle
without delay. Croup is a disease which gives no no
tice, frequently attacking the child in the dead hour of
night; before a physician can be summoned it may be
too late. Remember, the Venetian Liniment never
fails. Price 25 and 50 eentriabottle_ sold by ell Drug
gists. 'Office, 66 Cortlandt street, New York.
A CARD TO THE LADIES.
DR. DUPONCO'S GOLDEN PILLS !
Infallible in Correcting, Regulating and Removing all
Obstructions, from whatever cause, and always
mei essful as a Provent4e.
These PILLS have been , used by the Doctors for many
years, both in France and America, with unparalleled
moms in every case; and he is urged by many thousand
ladies who used them, to make the Pills public for the
allevistion.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 these supposing themselves so, are cautioned
against these Pills while in that condition, as they are
sure toproduce miscarriage, and the proprietor assumes
no responsibility :.'ter this admonition; although their
mildness - would prevent any mischief to health= -other
wisethe Pills are recommended. Full and explicit di
rections accompany each box. Price-81.00 per box.
Sold, wholesale and retail, by CHARLES A. BANN
PART, Druggist, No. 2 /ones Row and O.K. KELLER,
Druggist, Harrisburg, Pa.
Ladies, by sending them $l.OO to the Harrisburg
Post Office, can hive the Pine sent free of observation
to any part of the country (wmtidentially) and "free of
postage" by mail.
Sold alscrby 3. L. LENDRRGER, Le canon' ; J. A. W 01.5.,
Wrightsville; T. York ; B. ELLIOTT, Car
lisle,. J. O. Avrioe.'lithippensbnrgi . .1 . STAITOLVIr, Chain
-IN3TBbUrg ; S. G. WILD, Newville ; A. 1. KAUFFMAN, Me-
ObßElleaborg ; BROWN & BROTHER, No. 4, douth Liber
ty street, Baltimore; and - by '.one Druggist" in every
town and city throughout , the United States.
HALL & RUCKEL,
218 Greenwich Street. New York,
General Wholesale Agents.
N. B —Look out for counterfeits. Buy no Golden
Pills of any kind unless every bcix is signed B. D. Howe.
All others are a base imposition and unsafe ; therefore,
as you valve 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 fills aro toode blown to every Agent. .They will
tell you the Pills are perfectly harmless, yet will do all
claimed for them. S. D. HOWX,
jyl7-dly Sole Proprietor, New York.
TO NERVOUS SUFFERERS OF
BOTH axxxs.—.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 hie sacred duty to
communicate to his dilated fellow creatures the means
orcure. Hence, on the receipt of an addressed enve
lope, he will rend (free) a copy of the preseription,used.
Direct to Dr. JOHN N. DAONALL 3 /88 Fulton street,
Brooklyn, N. jaa2Q-3n4
Facts About Brandreth's Pills
NEW CASTLE, WRSTORESTRE CO., N. Y., Oct. 23,1852
MR. G. TRN.NrOR SUR L Doa, NOW Sing Sing- Sepubti.
Dear Sir—l would state that I was induced to use
BRANDRETH'S RILLS 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, but 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, giiinlng 40 pounds in weight.
Yours truly, EDWARD PURDY.
Wssvcrxmarla Gown', ss.
award Purdy. being duly sworn, Nays that he resides
in the Ulna of New Castle ; that twine years ago he was
very sick with a sore on his leg, which had been run
Ding for over Aye years; that he was also much die
tressed bje pain in his auto* I, besides, was very cos.
tive and dyspeptic; ,that after Tying various remedies
and many physicians, he commenced using Brandreth's
Pills, six to eight three times a week, and at the end of
one month the sore in his leg healed o nd at the end of
two months be was entirely cured of eostiweness, dys
pepsia and pain, and has remained well ever since.
Sworn to before me, this 18th day of October, 1882.
S. MALCOLM SMITH,
Justice of the Pease.
For sale in Harrisburg by 0110. H.
PURIFY THE BLOOD.—Not a few - of
the worst disorders that afflict mankind arise from
the corruption that accumulates in the blood. Of all
the discoveries that have been made to purge it out,.
none have been found which could equal in effect AYER'S
COMPOUND EXTRACT OF BADSAPABILLA. It cleanses and
renovates the blood, instills the vigor of health into
the system and purges out the humors which make dis
ease. It stimulates the healthy functions of the body
and expels the disorders that grow and rankle in the
blood. Its extraordinary virtues are not yet widely
known, but when they are it will no longer be a ques
tion what remedy to employ in the great variety of
afflicting diseases that require an alterative remedy.—
Such a remedy, that could be relied on, has long been
sought for ! and now, for the first time, he public have
One on which they eau depend. Our spabe here dose not
admit eertificates to show its effects. But the trial of a
single bottle will show to the sick that 4t has virtues
surpassing anything they have ever taken. Sufferers
from Scrofula, Scrofulous Swellings and Sores, try it and
see the rapidity with which it cures. Skin Diseases,
Pimples, ~titles, Blotches, Brupticas, fc., axe soon
cleaned out of the system.
St. Anthony's Fire, Rose or Erysipelas,Tetter or Salt
Rheum, Scald Head, Ringworm, 4-c., should not be
borne while they can be so speedily cured by AYER'S
Syphilis or Venereal Disease Is expelled from the eye
tern by the firolong.d use of this SARSAPARILLA, and the
patient is left as healthy ati if he had never hint the
female Diseases are caused by Scrofula in the blood,
and are generally soon cured by this EXTRACT OF Seasl.-
PARILLA. Price $1 per bottle, or 6 bottles for $5.
For all the purposes of a family physic, take AYER'S
CATHARTIC PILLS, which are everywhere known to be
the best purgative that is offered to the American people.
iPrice 26 cents per box, or 6 boxes for $l.
Prepared by Da. J. 0. AYER & Oo Lowell, Maim
Price 25 cents per box. Five boxes for 31.
Bold by 0. A. BAXIIVAAT, Gaoss & 00.,_0. H. HaLl'
Lisa, J. Bowasansza, Da. MILES and L. WIZEN, Har
risburg, and dealers everywhere
XLMBOLIPS 'EXTRACT BUCRII,
TSB (MEAT DIUBN/F1
' THE GREAT DIURETIC
HELMBOLDI EXTRACT BUCRU
THE GREAT DIURETIC
HELMBOLDV EXTRACT BUCHU,
VIZ GREAT DIURETIC,
And ai poottive and apeciflo remedy for diseases of the
Bladder, Kidneys, Gravel, Dropsy,
And all diseases of the triner3r Organs.
See advertisement in another column. Out it out, and
send for the medicine.
Bold by JOHN WYETH, 0. K. KELLER and 0. A
DANNY/ART, Druggists. Harrisburg. aug2l-daw3in
Editors Patriot and Union
Dues Sias :—With your permission I wish to say to
he readers of your paper that I will send by return
mail to all who wish it, (free) a Recipe, with full direc
Mons for making and using a simple Vegetable Balm, the
will effectually remove, in 10 days, Pimples, Blotches,
Tan, Freckles, and all Impurities of the Skin, leaving
the same soft, clear, smooth and beautiful.
I will also mail free to those having Bald Heads or
Bare /SCAM, Simple directions and inforination that will
enable them to start a full growth of Luxuriant Hair,
Whiekers, or a Monstaca, in less than 30 days. All ap
plications answered.by return mail without charge.
THOS. F. CHAPMAN, Chemist,
fel= 3mW No. 881 Broadway; New York.
In compliance with the charter of the City of Hardt:-
burg, - notice is hereby given to the qualified voters of
the aeveral wards of said city, that an election for per
sons to fill the various offices of the said city, will be
held at the following places, to wit : ON THE THIRD
FRIDAY OF MARCH, being the 20th day .of said
month, 1883, between the hours of 9 o'clock, a. m., and
7 o'clock, p. m , of said day.
In the First Ward, the qualified voters will meet at
the School House on the corner of Front street and
Marys alley, in said city. and vote for one person for
Mayor, for one Member of Common Council, one person
for Constable, one person for Assessor, one person for
Judge, and two persons for 'lnspectors of - Election in
said Ward, and School Directors.
In the Second Ward, We qualified voters will meet,
on said day, at the School Rouse on the corner of Dew
berry alley and Chestnut street, and vote for one person
for Mayor, one person for Common Council, one person
for Constable, one person for Assessor, one person for
Judge, two persons for Inspectors of election of said
Ward, and School Directors.
In the Third Ward, the qualified voters will meet on
said day, at the School House, corner of Walnut street
and River alley, and vote for one person for Mayor, one
person for Common Connell, oue person for Constable,
ene periton for Assessor, one person for Judge, and two
person?' for Inspectors of Election of said Ward, and
In the Fourth Ward, the qualified voters will meet on
said day, at the School House in West State street, and
vote for one person for Mayor, one person for Common
Council, one person for Constable, one person for Asses
sor, one person for judge, and two persons for Inspec
tors of Election of said Ward, and school Directors.
In the Fifth Ward, the qualified voters will meeton
said day, at the dairy of John Forster, corner of Ridge
road and North avenue, and vote for ono person for
Mayor, one person for Constable, one person for Asses.
sor, one person for Judge, and two persons for Inspectors
of Election of said Ward, and School Directors.
In the Sixth Ward, the qualified voters will meet at
the School House on Broad street, west of Ridge ave
nue, and vote for one person for Mayor, one person for
member of Common Council, one person for Constable,
one person for assessor, one person for Judge, and two
persons for Inspectors of Election in said ward, and
Given under my hand, at the Mayor 7 a Office_ March
2d, 1663-dte WM. H. KEPNER, Mayor.
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INCE ' MEAT.-L§IIPgRIOR AR
AL TICLM *involved find for rale by
WM. - DOCK, Ja., & CO.
COAL ! COAL I I COAL ! I 1
The subscriber having bought oat the Coal Yaikand •
fixtures formerly belonging to Sauna 31. Wheeler, Nat.,
is now ready to deliver to the citizens of Harrisbng Its. •
tens Valley and Wilkeebarre Coats, well prepared, et f
the beet quality, at the lowest market prices. All:.
Coal delivered at the consumers' doors with the pates*.
weigh cart: Orders left at my office, Ifourth and Mar
ket, or at:the yard, will be punctnalliattended to. f
Thankful for the liberal patronage heretotore:aam.
tended, I still ask for a continuance of-the sans•:
decl6-2m* DAVID M'CODWZONTTL
P. B.—One Patent Weigh Cart for sale.
WHOLESALE AND itETAIL...
HAVING leased the Coal Yard, foot eS
IA North street, lately occupied bs 0. D. Sonia! I
am enabled to supply the public with a
OF THE DIFFERENT
VARIETY AND SIZE.Sr 011 i.
C7I EL GOAL. s -
Orders respectfully solicited—which, if left at *MI •
office, foot of North street, or at the store of
Dock, Tr., & Co., (where samples will be shown,) war
receive prompt attention.
jy3l-dtf) BILLIARD DOCK.
SOUTH SECOND STREET, BELOW PRATrfo.?"
Where he keeps constantly on hand
LYKENS AND WILKESBARRE COAL,
Such as STEAMBOAT, BROKEN, EGG and ND?,
which he will dispose of at the lowest market price.
Consumers will do well to call on him and, lay is
their supply, as the Coal will be delivered clean, and
full weight. jun26-d6m
THE LARGEST AND BEST ASSORTMEN
STEEL ENGRAVINGS r .
PRINTS, AND HEAD,
SCENES, ADAPTED FOR, GRECIAN'
OIL PAINTINGS, AT
Wm. Knoche's Musie Mom..
No, 93 Market street, Harrisbust.
THE LARGES T"
W. KNOCHE'S MUSIC STORE,.
AT 93 MARKET ST.
NOTlOE.—Agreeably to the provisio'
of the Act of Assembly incorporating the.lfser ,
Harriabnrg Market Company, notice is hereby givono ,
that aubecriptiona to the capital stock of maid compeer
will be received on and after the 16th day of Februnajp
next, at the residence of the subscriber.
W. K. VERBEIC.B,
QT. LOUIS FLOUR. - THE BEST
ILY BRAND FOR FAMILY USE in the market. 1041' ,
barrels of the celebrated St. Lon's Flour. univenalap
pronounced the most superibr article ever Offered in the,
market, just received and for sale by
' WM DOCK. JR., do CO.
FRESH FISH every Tuesday and Fn
day at JOHN WISE'S Store, corner of Third sad
SHADES. AND WINDOW
HENRY C. SHAFFER
Han a lirge stock of Widow Shades and• Wall Tapes sib
hand which will be sold very low. Call and examiskev
Paper Hanging personally attested to.
' N 0.12, MARKET STREET,
Near the bridge,
SECRET DISEA S ES
SECR ET BTSASE.4I*.
SAMARITAN'S GIFT! '
THE MOST CEREMEDY EVER USED.
Yes, a Positive Curt!
BALSAM COPAVIA 4. MERCURY DISCARDEM
Only ten Pills to be 'taken to effect a cure.
They are entirely vegetable, baring no sree2l norcm.,".
unpleasant taste, and will not, in any way, injure tkie , e
stomach or bowels of the most delicate,
' Cures in from two to four days, and recent cases fee.
No exposure, no trouble, no change imietteve...
Price male packages, $2; Female, $3. Sold by
D. W GROSS & 004
Sent by mail by DESMOND & CO., Boz 151 Phila.
SORES : THEIR CAUSE A DEPRAVED COJ
DITION OF THE VITAL FLUID,
which produces •
SCROFULA, ULCERS, SORES. SPOTS, TErz.
TERS, SCALES, AWLS, SYPHILIS OR VEN.
REAL -DISEASES, ETC.
ROIOTAND HERB T
Is offered to the public as a positive cure. Banishes alit
impurities of the blood and brings the system to Wu
healthy action, cure those Spots, Totters, Scalea,aaals.
Copper Colored Patches.
SYPHILIS OR VENEREAL DISEASES:4.
The Samaritan's Boot and Herb juices be thy moatr
certain remedy ever prescribed. •Itsernoves-everppez.+
tiole of the poison.
In many affections with which numbers of Femalim
suffer, the ROOT AND. HERD JUICES is most happily
adapted, in Ulcerated Uterus, in Whites, in bearing
dawn, Falling Of the Womb, Debility, and for all cora, -
plaints incident to the sex.
DO NOT DESPAIR.
Keep out of hospitals. Here is a cure in any case foe;
$5. Price $1 per bottle, or
,six for $5, with fall dire
Mors. Sold by ' D. W. GROSS & CO.
Sent by Express easefully peeled by
DESMOND dr, CO *
jeno-ly Box 151 Phila. P. O.
CEDAR TUBS, CHURNS and MEA
SIMS, together with a large assortment of 81,2.-.
KEW., BROOMS &AL, just received. and for sole very
64, by WM. DOOR, & CO.
P • & W. O. TAYLOR'S
iw.iorviir soda. X' I.
It is economical and highly detersive.
It eontains no Rosin and will not waste.
It is warranted not to injure the hands..
It will impart an agreeable odor, sad< is the - relog
suitable for every purpose For sale by.
WM. DOCK, 00.
C 0 AL NOTICE-WE HAVE..tHIS.
day eromplated an arrangement with Henry Thomeat
Egg., for the este of the entire amount of kidiTENS:
TALLEY and SHORT MOUNTAIN COAL, mined.
by him to be delivered at Millersbnyg, h ave
airfpointed E. BYRES Sole Agent fox the State of Penn—
ay vane, except Philadelphia.
SIITTO.ti, PENNINGTON do 00.
Harrisburg, Feb. 12, 3863.—ifeb1344ir
II AMSIII .received, a large
Ll ripply of COY/BONN NIIOIII-OMBED HAMS, or
au best branst in the market: Every one Cold is suer.
stamen. Iz!ne 27 T WM. DOCK. JR.. & CO.
TIUCKWHEAT MEAL 1-15,000 lib ,
L a u"! 'lit" '
just neetTe lv i rDOCl, JL & &b.