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Tun MAlLS.—Under the change of echedule on
the different railroads, the time of closing the mails
at the Harrisburg Yost Office, November 17,1882,
is as follows:
Wer MAIL.—For all places between Harrisburg and
Philadelphia, at 8.30 a. m.
For Philadelphia and Lancaster, at 12.10 p. m.
For Bainbridge, Marietta, Colombia, Lancaster, Phila.
lelphia and New York, at. 4.20 p. m.
For Lancaster, philadelphia and New York, at 9.00
WIWC—Wer Men..—ifor all places between Harris
burg and Altoona, 12.40 p. m.
YorJohnstown, Pittsburg and Erie, Pa., Cincinnati,
Columbus and Cieveland, Ohio, at 2.45 p. m.
.1/8 lidniristoWn7 Huntingdon, Tyrone, Phillipsburg,
Altoona, Hollidaysburg and Pittsburg, at 0.00 p. m.
NORTHSRN CENTRAL RAILWAY.
NMIL.—WAY MAIL.—For all places between His
1181401,Lock Haven and Elmira, N. Y., at 12.40 p. m.
sougji.—War Ham.—For all places between Her
„*„„aig and Baltimore, Md., and Washington, B. 0 . , at
o_os . In• .
per a York, Pa., Baltimore, 'td., and Washington, D.
at 9.00 p. M.
LRBANOR VALLI! RAILROAD.
goi..--Wsw Han..—For all places between Harris.
brow and Reading, Pottsville, Reston and Philadelphia,
et LOOP. m. ,
OORDRILLAXD TALL.? RAILROAD.
for Mechanicsburg, Carlisle s Bhippeneburg and Cham
berbnrg, Pa., at 1.00 a. m.
Was Man..—For all plums between Harrillburg and
Hagerstown, Md:, at 12.30 p. m. - • •
BONNTLYILL AND EIUMNINFIANNA antmoan.
For Ellwood, Pinegroye, Summit Station, Anburnpand
Pottaville, at 11180 p. m.
BT&9 1013VBEI. •
For Igagleatown, ]Sands Hill , Waist Hanover, Ono
arid Jonestown, at TAXI a. m.
For Liatnum and Leatabury,atl2.4o'p. m.
Er Mee Hours.—From 8.00 a. m. to 8.00 p. m. Sun
day from 7.80 ta 8.80 a.m., and from 8.00 to 4.00 p. in.
lizosurrs (}on .—Another 'detachment of re
cruits, recently enlisted in Ole State, loft hero
yesterday en route for the seat of war.
Mona Siltausmatai.—A large lot of straggling
soldiers from the west passed through this city
yesterday on their way to Washington.
Tn CHAIN GANO.—The drafted men of this and
other States who refused to go to war, were %ken
there in chains. A contemporary thinks that these
men will make the rebels "howl" when they get
dawn in Dinie's land_
LANCASTERIAN Selmer. tfousu.—The rooms in
this building are now being fitted up for the recep
tion of the North ward male schools. Both teach
ers and pupils are glad to get back to the old, fa
miliar and comfortable quarters from which they
have so long been excluded.
MORN WOUNDED SOLI/DlRS.—About one hundred
wounded soldiers from the Washington hospitals
arrived here last night, and were quartered at the
Camp Curtin, Cotton Mill and German Reformed
hospitals. Additional buildings will have to be
provided for the accommodation of those now here
and a large number yet to come.
FIRST or APRIL CEARGEIL—TIMIQ of our sub
scribers who have already changed their places of
residence, or intend doing so to-day, are requested
to give us notice of the same, in order that their
papers may be delivered to them at their new
residenoes. Early attention to this matter will
save trouble and insure the prompt receipt of the
paper by city subscribers.
Taw Comity Pilisos.—The new prison keeper,
Mr. George W. Simmons, takes possession today
and enters upon the discharge of his official duties.
We have no doubt he will make a competent and
efficient officer. If rumor be true, Mr. Downey,
for some jeans past superintendent of the weaving
department, is to be retained as under-keeper.
"How are you, John Lynch ?" After the shameful
treatment and ,many mortifying disappointments
John has experienced, he may well curse the Abo
lition leaden for their treachery' end logratittole,
HANDSOME llenws.—Our friend Mr. M. H. Lee,
the popular cane and umbrella dealer, No. 69
Market street, opposite the Mechanics' Bank, has
now on hand a new stook of elegantly finished gold
and silver headed canes, designed for presentation,
recently manufactured to order. They are the
most superb articles of the kind ever introduced
in this city. Those who want good sod cheap
walking canes or umbrellas should give Mr. Lee a
call and examine his stock.
Kwmug or THE GOLDEN CrucLE.—The Telegraph
is seared out of half the little wit it ever had by a
report that an ergaization of the K. G. C.'s is be
ing perfected in this city, and threatens exposure
as soon as it learns the names of those in the Cir
cle. 0, don't ! We know nothing of such an or
ganization, and don't believe there is one, in this
city at least—but if there is, it has higher game
in view than the Telegraph. Don't be scared,
Softy, the Circle won't hurt you, if you behalre
yourself. We guarantee that much.
ARREST OF A PICKPOCICET.—The "professionals"
continue to ply their vocation at the depot. Yes
terday afternoon a young man answering to the
name of Win. M. Mduren, (no doubt a fictitious
one,) was arrested by officers Deeters and Camp
bel, for attempting to pick the pocket of one Wm.
Fay, a discharged soldier. He was detected in
the act by two or three persons. Alderman Kline
committed him for trial. The soldier being exces
sively intoxicated at the time, and having a large
amount of money in his poesession, was taken to
the lock-up fur Hato keeping until this morning.
STOLEN PROPERTY FOREL—Lad week we chron
icled the arrest and imprisonment of two young
men named Christian R. Spayd and Charles
irGranigan, charged with robbing a boot and
shoe store on Ridge avenue. On Monday night
the Chief of Police succeeded in finding 'one, pair
of the stoles boots at the restaurant of Thomas
Earley in State street, where Spayd had sold them.
It is probable the balance of the property, valued
in the aggregate at twenty dollars, was disposed
of at various shops and saloons. The two young
men arc still in prison awaiting trial.
Musroem ENTERTALIMENT.—The complimentary
benefit to Miss Kate Dean will take place on
Thursday evening next, the County Commissioners
having very kindly and generously granted the
use of the Court House. A rare selection of patri
otic songs and ballads will be announced to-mor
row which doubtless will give general satisfaction.
Miss Dean will be assisted by Miss Lizzie Yohe
who accompanies her on the piano forte. Tickets
can be had at the hotels and music stores. We
anticipate a fell and fashionable audience for the
THE MURDERER OF MARY ELIZABETH GERMAN.
We were informed yesterday afternoon by a legal
gentleman of this city, that Mr. Emanuel German
recently received a letter from a friend in Dayton,
Ohio, a military gentleman named Captain Hess,
to the effect that a man now confined in prison
there on a charge of murder, answers the descrip
tion, in almost every particular, of the murderer
of his little daughter. Captain Hess, in company
with a lawyer of Dayton, visited the man in prison
and had a protracted conversation with him, and,
from some indirect disclosures made by the pris
oner, Captain Hess believes him to be the man
who murdered little Mary Elisabeth German near
thie city last October, and who x has thus far es
caped detection . We are further informed that an
intelligent witness, who saw the supposed murderer
in company with his victim on the evening prior
to the terrible tragedy, is about to leave for Day
ton, to examine the prisoner. If, as Captain Hess
believes, he is the man, the witness will be able
to identify him at a glance. We anxiously await
further developments, and trust that the mystery
which has so londshrouded this affair is soon to
be solved, and the fiendish perpetrator of one of
the most foul and unnatural crimes on record
brought to justice.
BERGER ALDERMAN KLINR.—.A Dumber af Amos
were disposed of by Alderman Kline yesterday
morning. Two straggling soldiers named Wm.
Bark and John Baumgardner, en route to join their
regiments, left the train on its arrival•in this otty,
got intoxicated, and were arrested for disorderly
conduct by officer Deetors. They were handed
over to the Provost Marshal, who will forward
them to the seat of war.
An itinerant "typo" from one of the western
counties, presenting a somewhat dilapidated ap
pearance, and giving the name of Samuel Hazlett,
was found lying around loose on the railroad track,
in danger of being crushed to death by passing
trains.' Officer beaters provided him with safer
and more comfortable quarters in the lock-up.
Samuel's form was considerably battered, and from
the condition of his clothing he had evidently been
making an impression in the mud. He went to
the inebriates' asylum for twenty-four hours to
An old offender, Amos Cowan, Whose name is
familiarlo the readers of our police reports, was
.up ,on a very serious charge. Between one and
two o'clock yeiterday morning he was discovered
larking around the premises of David Mumma,
Esq., in the Sixth ward. He was repeatedly or
dered to leave, and manifesting no disposition to
comply, Mr. Mumma discharged a pinto' at him,
which had the effect of canting him to "skedaddle"
towards the river. Only a short time elapsed
until the inmates of the house were again aroused
by the violent barking of a watch-dog, and Mr.
Mumma, on descending to the yitrd, found that hie
nocturnal visitor had returned. He made an at
tempt to eject him from the premises, but Amos
turned upon him, and after a brief but desperate
straggle, Mr. Mumma, with the assistance of , a
man in his employ, succeeded in tying 'his hands,
in which condition be was conveyed to the lock
up. Mr. Mumma is of the opinion that the design
of Amos was to rob his smoke house, but the evi
dence not being sufficiesit tc eustaip a prosecution
for laiceny, he was committed to prison for' trial
on a charge of assault and battery. During the
progress of the struggle between Mr. Mumma and
the nocturnal intruder 'the former received a severe
blow on the neck the effeete of which he felt for
some time afterwards. He was lucky to escape
without more serious injury.
Robert Roach, a member of the provost guard
was arrested in company with a young woman
named Henrietta Stein, for drunkenness and dis
orderly conduct, and annoying and insulting Mr.
D. F. Bashore and his .wife, who reside in a house
in State street, the basement of which is occupied
by an old man named George Manley,.with whom
Henrietta boards, and where she has made a prac
tice of receiving the visits of numerous soldiers.
Robert was handed over to Captain badge for dis
posal, and Henrietta went to prison for twenty
days. The Chief of Police arrested these parties.
Three "American citizens of African descent,"
one of them the color of a new saddle, and the
other two "black as the ace of spades,"-were ar
rested by the Chief of Police while in the act of
stealing coal from the yard of Mr. Byers on Mon
day night. They answered to the names of Charles
Gardner, Dick Carter and Tuoy Lee. The sec
ond named individual was arraigned last week for
the same offence and held to bail for trial. The
black trio were committed to prison to answer the
charge at the April term of court.
John Macdonald, an honest-looking old Scotch
man from Luzerne county, who same here on busi
ness, got into bad company, was invited to take a
few "nips," yielded to the temptation, and bet
being accustomed to Harrisburg whisky, soon be
came completely obfuscated, in which condition
he was found by the Chief of Police and quartered
in the lock-up. He had $16.85 in his pocket
which would have been stolen from him had be
remained on the street during the night. When
arraigned for a hearing yesterday morning the
unfortunate old man seemed to be in a very peni.
tent mood, remarked that he "was ashamed to
come before His Honor," and made a solemn pro
mise that he would never again be guilty of a simi
lar indiseretion. The Alderman fined him one
dollar and costs, which John cheerfully paid, glad
to mope going to prison.
HOLY WEEK---The present being the last week
of Lout, is Holy Week, and it will be observed by
special services in the Catholic and Episcopal
churches.- In the Catholic church Holy Week is
a season of great humility, which only ends with
the advent of Easter Sunday, when mourning is
turned into joy and the places of worship are
beautifully ornamented with flowers and ever
greens. To-morrow morning the Pontifical Mass
and blessing of the Holy Oils will commenee.
The ceremonies of Good Friday and Holy Saturday
will be exceedingly interesting and impressive;
and those who are fond Of good music' can hear it
at the Catholic church on Sunday. In the Epis
copal churches, Thursday evening is set apart for
the celebration of the Holy communion. This is
also the season of the Hebrew Passover, one of the
most important of the Jewlah feasts, when the
people eat unleavened bread and humble them
selves as directed by the Mosaic law. The exer
cises incident to the observance of the feast of the
Fassoier commence at sunset on Friday evening.
Services will be held in the Synagogue on Saturday
and Sunday mornings, and addresses appropriate
to the occasion be delivered.
TIIE PENNSYLVANIA CANAL.--The Pennsylvania
railroad company intend letting the water into
the Eastern division of the Pennsylvania canal to
day, and the other divisions on the 15th. This
division, which extends a distance of 45 miles
from Columbia, as far as the Junction, where the
Pennsylvania canal is connected with the canal on
the North and West branches •of the Susquehanna
river, has been very extensively repaired. Many
of the old looks have been removed, and others, of
a larger and glare massive frame of workmanship,
substituted; and the locks have all been widened
to admit of the passage of two boats, either in the
same or opposite directions at one time. To ac
commodate the . increasing wants of the people
trafficking on the upper and lower Juniata divis
ions of the canal, the repairs have been very heavy.
The bed has been deepened to'admit of the passage
of boats drawing nearly six feet of water, and the
substitution of new looks for the old, worn-out
ones, has been more extensively pursued-than ever
in the lower sections of the canal.
PEARSON'S PANORAMA or THE WAR.—This series
of pictures, illustrative of the present war, was
unfolded for the first time in this place last eve
ning. The hall was well filled by a delighted au
dience. Each scene as it passed received the un
qualified approval of the spectators. The various
battle scenes are depicted with life like reality,
while the contrabands of Fortress Monroe and
Beaufort brought roars of laughter. Those who
neglect to witness these soul stirring scenes will
let pass an opportunity seldom met with, and
which may be regretted.
• litAvrs Comm.—The river is now in good navi
gable order. Several heavy timber rafts,the advance
fleet of a largo number yet to . come, floated past
this city yesterday on the broad bosom of the Sus
quehanna, en route for 'Columbia, the great lumber
market of this region. In the course of a few
days the surface of the river will be literally
covered with rafts from the "wooden country" on
the North andOWest branches, and great activity
in the limber business may be anticipated.
MODEL CANI6.OIIO of the most costly and mag..
nificent gold beaded canes we have ever examined,
was recently gotten up to order by Mr. William
Brady, the popular Market street j eweller, for the
membera of compasy K, 113th Pennsylvania regi
ment, f or presentation to Col. James J. Conner,
of Ashland, Schuylkill county, as a testimonial of
their regard for him as a man and appreciation of
his many acts of generosity. The head of the cane
is solid gold, ornamented with several well exe
cuted engravings, among the number a military
coat of arms embracing all the implements of
warfare, cross sabres enclosed in a latirel wreath,
and a representation of company K on dress pa
rade. The engraving's are executed in a style we
have rarely seen equalled, and altogether the cane
is a beautiful and creditable specimen of artistic
skill. The place to get genuine gold and silver
headed canes is at Brady's, who has them manu
factured to order.
ESCAPR AND ARREBT.—On the 29th of January
last a woman named Mary Snyder, an inmate of
of the poor house, gave birth to a child, which
subsequently died somewhat mystetiously, and the
mother was charged with its murder. An inquest
was held by Alderman Kliue, and the evidence
elicited was of a nature to warrant the holding of
the woman for trial. Being too ill to bear removal,
she was left:in charge of the steward of the poor
house, where she remained in an 'apparently pros
trate condition until last Friday, when she man
aged to. escape. A few days afterwards it was
ascertained that she had gone to Thompsontown,
Juniata county, and yesterday officer Fleck started
in pursuit, found and captured her, and brought
her to this city last evening. Alderman Kline
committed the woman to prison for trial at the
GREAT BARGAINS.—Troenty per cent. Saved.—ln
order to reduce stock, owing to the tearing down
of the old store and building up new. I offer my
stock, consisting of a large stook of three-ply In
grain, Venetian and Rag Carpets; also, farnituro
of all descriptions, at twenty: per cent less than
city prices, until the 15TH of JUNH NEXT.
C. SNAVELY * ,
mr3o-10 1 w Second street above Locust.
Miss M: V. Wingert Galls the attention of tb
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
MILITARY BUSINESS OF ALL KINDS AT
TENDED TO. EUGENE SNYDER,
Attorney at Law, office, Third street, Harrisburg,
SELLING: OFF ! SELLING} OFF ! THE WHOLE SI(K
or DRY Goons !—Having bought the entire stook
of dry goods of J. A. Boger, Esq., we will com
mence to sell off those goods at Mr. itoger's store,
at prieces less than ran be bough; for again in the
city. And as all kinds of dry goods are advancing
every day in the oity, 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 " Muslims.
3,500 " Ginghams.
3,500 " Ominous and Kentucky jeans.
1,000 " Cotten pants stuff.
500 " Carpets.
2,000 " Delaines.
1,000 " Remnants of all kinds.
800 " Black Alpacas,
500 " White Linen.
500 " White Plaid Muslim; and'Cambrics.
1,000 pairs of Stockings and Half Hose.
500 " all kinds of Gloves. '
1,000 papers of Smith 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 Aret clan dry geode store, and
too numerous to mention. This is a rare opportu
nity for buyers of dry goods, as the stook must be
sold off by the Ist of April. S. LEWY.
GAIETY MUSIC HALL!
WALNUT 6TREET, BELOW MED.
808 EDWARDS Sole Proprietor.
G. W. KIRBYE, Stage and Business Manager.
BRILLIANTLY SUCCESSFUL FOR A SEA-
SON OF NEARLY ONE YEAR!
OPEN EVERY EVENING!
GREAT GAIETY TROUPE OF STARS
Whose talent, versatility and untiring efforts
to please, have characterized them the only
perfect organization ever known in this or any
city in America.
Engagement of the distinguished artists
PROF. G. W. KIRBYE and SON,
Who will appear every evening until further
notice, and are the admiration and theme of
every beholder in consequence of their great
versatility of talent, and must be seen to be
appreciated, who will perform during their
engagement over THITRY different styles of
business, a list of which is unnecessary to give.
MR. CHARLIE RIVERS,
Will appear on Monday next.
MR. FRANK GARDNER,
THE IMPERIAL BANJOIST.
Sole Violinist and Interlocutor.
MISS ROSE LaFOREST,
The Female Champion Jig Dancer.
Second week of
MISS LAURA BERNARD,
THE MOST BEAUTIFUL WOMAN
IN THE CONCERT PROFESSION,
THE GREAT AMERICAN NIGHTINGALE,
Whose bird-like warblings entranoe all.
MRS. JULIA EDWARDS,
The Harrisburg Favorite and Swiss Warbler
J. G. H. SHOREY,
The world-renowned Ethiopian Comedian.
J. H. YOUNG,
The great Plantation Orator and Contraband
The Fovorite Banjoist and ging of Songs and
J. ANDRIA lARDELLA,
The Comedian and Dancer.
A NIGHTLY CHANGE OF PROGRAMME
Combining all the best and most popular fea
tures of Opera, Minstrelsy, Drama, Ballad,
Burlesques, GYmnastios, &a., &a.
WEEK AFTER WEEK
OUR POPULARITY INCREASES!
NIGHT AFTER• NIGHT
We are packed to repletion to 'witness our
great conclusion, entitled
HYDROPHATHY, OR THE WATER CURE
Characters by the entire Compsuy.
Admission Only~ 20 Cents.
" COME AND BEE ME."
-SPEOL - 41, NOTICES..
DRAKE'S PLANTATION BITTERS,
Exhausted natnre'S great restorer. A delightful beve
rage and active tonic. Composed of pure St. Croix Rum,
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, Diarrhoea
Liver Complaint and Nervous Headache, and prevents
Miasmatic (Beene from change of diet, water, &o. It
can be used 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 k Co., 202 Broadway, New York.
This delightful article for preserving and beautifying
the human hair is again pat up by the origins proprie
tor, and is now made with the same care, sit illandatten
ton which first created its immense aid unprecedented
sales ot over one million bottles amatutll I is' still
sold at 26 cents in large bottles. Two million bottles
can easily be sold in a year when it 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 grays These are
considerations worth knowing. The Nothairon haa been
tested for over twelve years, and is Warranted as ',de
scribed. Any lady who values a beautiful head of hair
will use the Kathairon. It is finely perfumed, cheap and
aluable. It is sold by all respectable dealers through
out the world. D. S. BANN= & 00.
novs-2awd&wim 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 dyis are composed
of lunar caustic, destroying the vitality and beauty of
the hair, and afford of themselves no dressing. Reim
street's Inimitable Coloring not only restores hair to its
natural color by an easy process, but gives the hair a
promotes Its growth, prevents its falling off, eradicates
dandruff, and imparta. s health and pleasantness to the
head. It has stood th'b - test of time, being the original
Hair Coloring, and is constantly increasing in faTor.
Used by both gentlemen and ladies. It is sold by all
respectable dealera, or can be procured by them of the
commercial agent., D. D. Barnes, 202 Broadway, N. Y
Two sizes, 60 cents and .011-2awaik.we.
IMPORTANT TO FEMALES.
DR. CHEESED AX'S . PILLS.
The combination of ingredients in these Pills are the
result of a long and extensive practice. They are mild
in their operation, and certain in correcting all irregu
larities, painful menstruation, removing all obstructions
whether from cold or otherwsse, headache, pain in the
side, palpitation of the hentt, whites, *ll aeTTOtteafteo
tinge, hysterics, fatigue, pain in th amok entlimbs,
itcs., disturbed sleep, which arise from inturuptdonof
DR. CHETSBMIN 6 PULE
was the cominencemen o *nor it siskilthrintismitof
those irregularities sad dadasalia SAWS btit ouni
signed so many to a pipmnatz pip si 111 , 111))/ taut
enjoy good health unless she is regular, and wheneveion
obstruction takes place the general irk begins to de.
DR. CHRESEMAN'S PILLS
are the most effectual remedy ever known for all com
plaints peculiar to Females. To all asses they are
invaluable, inducing, with certainty, periodical rags/sr
ity. They are known to thoneands,who have needthexo
at different periods, throughout the country, having the
eauctlon of come of the moat ontinani Physicians in
Explicit directions, stating when they should not be
used, with each Box—the Price One Dollar per Box,
containing from 50 to 60 Pills.
Pills sent by mail, promptly, by remitting to the
Agents. Sold by Druggists generally.
R. B. HUTCHINGB, Proprietor,
20 Cedar street, New York.
Sold in Harrisburg, by 0. A. Bsainvart.
Mechanicsburg, by J. B. Dellett.
IC Melia*, by S. Elliott.
" Shippeniburg, by D. W. Rankin.
" Ohamberabarg, by Miller t Hershey.
( 6 Hummelatown, by George Wolf.
" Lebanon, by George Rosa. deell-d&wly
THIRTY YEARS - EXPERIENCE !
Have been diligently employed in perfecting
CRISTADORO'S Excelsior HAIR DYE.
It is no wonder, then, that after
Careful Ana'yells 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 or brown, to suit all complexions, produced in ten
Manufactured by J. CRISTADORO, 6 Astor House,
New York. Sold everywhere, and applied by all Hair
Dressers, Price $l, $1 30 and •$S per box, according tv
Cristadorovs Hair Preservative
Is invaluable with his Dye, as it imparts the utmost
softness, the most beautiful gloss and great vitality to
Price 50 cents, $1 and $2 per bottle, according to she
A CARD TO THE LADIES.
DR. DUPONCO'S GOLDEN PILLS !
Infallible in Correcting, Regulating and Removing all
Obstructions, from whatever cause, and always
successful as a Preventive.
These PILLS have been need by the Doctors 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
rections accompany each box. Price $l.OO per box.
Sold, wholesale and retail, by CHARLES A. BANN
VART, Druggist, No. 2 Jones Row, and C. K. KELLER,
Druggist, Harrisburg, Pa.
Ladies, by sending them $l.OO to the Harrisburg
Poet 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. LEMBERGIIR, Lebanon; J. A. WoLS,
Wrightsville • E. T. MILLER, York; S. ELLIOTT, Car
lisle; J. 0. Liam, Shippensburg; J. SPANGLER, MEM
berelaurg ; S. t3.wiLn, ; A. I. Reurratan, Me
chanicsburg ; BROWN & BROTHER, No. 4, South Liber
ty street. Baltimore; and by "one Druggist , ' in very
town and city throughout the United States.
HALL & MICKEL,
21E1 ftreenwich Street, New York,
General Wholesale Agents.
N. B —Look out for counterfeits. Buy no Golden
Pills of any kind unless every box is signed S.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 S. D.Olowe 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 you the Pills are perfectly harmless, yet will do all
clanked for them. • 0. - B, BOWE
DR. TOBIAS' VENETIAN LINI
MENT .—A certain cure for pains and aches, and war
ranted superior to any other. Croup it positively cures;
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 cents a bottle. Sold by all Drug
gists. Mee ? fig Cortlandt street, New York.
TO NERVOUS SUFFERERS OF
BOTH SEXES.—A reverend gentlemen having been re
stored to health in a few days, lifter undergoing all the
usual routine and irregular expensive modes of treat.
ment, without success, considers it his sacred duty to
communicate to his &Meted fellow creatures the means
of care. fleece, on the receipt of. an addressed enve
lope, he will send (free) a copy of the prescription used.
Direct to Dr. JOHN 111..DACtNALLi,18 6 Fulton street,
Brooklyn, N. • *Man
Sole Proprietor, New York
Facts About. Braudrethge Pills.
NEW CASTLE, WIESTOHREITZR CO., N. Y., Oct. 23,1862
Ms. G. TAN EYCK Ipp:isms, Editor Sing Sing Republi
Dear Sir—l would state that I was induced to use
BRANDRETWS PILLS through the recommendation of
John B. Swift, of Croton, Westchester County, who was
entirely restored to health by their. nae. He was sick
for some two years, very costive and dyapeptic, and he
tried everything, but was not relieved. Finally, he took
one Drandreth's Pill every day for a week, and a dose of
six Pills every day for three days, and then took 0110
Pill every day, with occasional doom of nix. In one
month he wan able to go to work, and in three months
was well, gaining 40 pounds in weight.
Wneroassama Coorerr, as
Edward Purdy, being duly sworn, says that he resides
in the town of New Castle; that come years ago he was
very sick with a sore on his leg, which had been ran
ning for over five years; that he was also much dis
tressed by a pain in his @hellcat I, besides, was very emi
tive and dyspeptic; that after lying various remedies
and many physicians, he commenced using Brandreth's
PM, six to eight three times a week, and at the end of
one month the sore in his tag healed, and at the end of
two months he was entirely cured of costiveness, dys
pepsia and pain, and has remained well ever since.
Sworn to before me, this 18th day of October, 1862.
8. MALCOLM SMITH,
Justice of the Peace.
For sale In Harriaburg by GRQ. H. BRIJ..
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 ATIGIVS
COMPOUND EXTRACT OF BADDAPARILLA. 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 sre jiot 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, the public haVe
one on which they can depend. Our space here does not
admit certificates to show its effects. But the trial of a
single bottle will show to the sick that it 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, Pustules, Blotches, Eruptions, fe., are soon
cleaned out of the system.
St. Anthony's Fire, Rose or Erysipelas, Tetter or Salt
Rheum, Scald Head, Ringworm, ft., should not be
borne while they can be so epeedily cured by Alma's
Syphilis or Venereal Disease is expelled from the sys
tem by the prolonged use of this SARSAPARILLA, and the
patient is left as healthy as if he had never had the
Female Diseases are caused by Scrofula in the blood,
and are generally soon cured by this EXTRACT OP SARSA
PARILLA. Price $1 per bottle, or 6 bottles for $5.
For all the purposes of a family physic, take AM'S
OAMARTIO Pinta, which are everywhere ' known to be
the best purgative that is offered to the American people.
Price 25 cents per box, or 5 boxes for $l.
Prepared by Da. J. O. AYES k Co., Lowell, Mass.
Price 25 cents per box. Eye boxes for $l.
Sold by 0. A. BANNTAKT A Gaoss Co.&K. Km.
Las, J. BOYeARDNBIA, Da. Dimas and L. WYnts, Hsr
rieburg, and dealers everywhere
Editors Patriot cad Mien :
•'Dees Ores :—With your permission I wish to say to
he readers of your paper that I will mend by return
mail to all who wish it, (free) a Recipe, with fall &refs
tions for making and using a simple Vegetable Balm, tha
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 Faces, simple directions and information that will
enable them to start a full growth of Luxuriant Hair,
Whiskers, or a Manatees, in less than SO days. All ap
plications answered by return mail without charge.
THOB. I'. CHAPMAN, Chemist,
feb2B 3mw No. 831 Broadway, New York.
ELEISOLDI EXTRACT BUM,
THE GREAT DIURETIC.
HELMBOLD , E EXTRACT . DUCHU.
THE GREAT DIURETIC.
HELIKBOLD'S EXTRACT RUCHU.
THE GREAT DIURETIC.
HBLMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHII,
THE GREAT DIURETIC,
And a positive and specific remedy for diseases of the
Bladder, Kidneys, Graval, Dropsy,
And all diseases of the Urinary Organs.
Bee advertisement in another column. Out it out, and
send for the medicine.
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS.
Bold by JOHN WYETH, 0. H. KELLER and 0. A
BANNYART, Druggists, Harrisburg. aug2l-dawStn
NOTICE TO CAPITALTSTS.
A VALUABLE INVESTMENT OFFERED.
The undersigned offers for sal. FIVE HUNDRED
AND EIGHTY THREE ACRES of exeellent COAL
LANDS, containing the entire Allegheny coal mines.
situated in Wo shingion township, Cambria county.
A vein of f , ur feet in thickness has been opened and is
now being worked in three places. The Pennsylvanfa
Central railroad rune through the tract end along side
of these openings. Samples furnished on application
to the proprietor. Reference as to qiutlity may be bad
by applying to O. W. Barnes, Philadelphia, John W.
Wooster, Duncannon iron works, or in Cleveland, Ohio.
Tittle indisputable—terms easy.
• Hemlock P.. 0.,
mar2041.2t-wtf Cambria county, Pa.
M ILLINERY AND STRAW GOODS !
We have the pleasure of informing you that
we are now prepared to offer. at our Old Stand,
No. 103, 100 and 107 North ?SECOND St, Phila
delphia, a well selected stock of
MILLINERY AND STRAW GOODS, •
in every variety, 'of the latest importations, and of the
newest and most fashionable styles.
OUR STRAW DEPARTMENT
will comprise every var.ety of Bonnets, Hats and Trim
mings to be found in that line. of the latest and most
approved shapes and styles. Soliciting an early call, I
remain yours, respectfully, H. WARD.
THE UNIVERSAL CLOTHES
WRINGER is the original and only genuine and re
liable wringer before the people. It combines more
strength of frame. capacity of pressure, power and du
rability than any other machine.
It is the only wringer with the patent cog-wheel reg
It saves time, labor, clothes and money.
It will wear for years without repair.
No servant can break it.
No caution or skill required in its use.
A child eight years old can operate it.
It saves its cost on clothing every six months.
Its rubber rollers never get loose nor tear the clothes.
It will fit any tub, and not work loose from its place.
I invite the attention of this community to this
wringer, believing it to be the best. Machines fur
nished on trial free of expense.
G W. PARSONS, 110 Market street,
tar23-2tawtf Sole agent for this city
In pursuance of an Oho order of the Orphanel
Court of Dauphin county, will be expeaed to eale,
Ou SATURDAY, the 4th day of April, 1863,
On the Farm ' at 1 o'clock, p. m., a certain tract of
land, situate in Halifax township, Dauphin county, ad
joining lands of Win. Bead, Matthew Mitchell, Henry
Rouch and others, containing about One Hundred and
Forty acres, more or less, whereon is erected a TWO
STORY WEATHERBOARD HOUSE, a Large Bank Barn,
and other out-buildings. There is on this property two
wells of water near the door, and a never failing spring
of water near the house. There is also a large Orchard
on this Farm, consisting of different binds et Fruit.
Also, a tract or piece of Woodland, partly in said
township and partly in Reed township, adjoining lands
of Jacob Tyson, Isaac Glace and others containing 28
acres and 95 perches, late the estate of JACOB ZEAB
Attendance will be given and conditions of sale made
HENRY Z HARING & MATTHEW N. MITCHELL.
Executors of said deceased.
JOHN RINGLAND, Clerk 0. C.
Harrisburg, March 14,1869-dts
W HARRY WILLIAMS,
402 WALNUT STREET,
General Claims for Soldiers promptly collected, State
Claims adjusted, &c., &c. mar2o-dlm •
BOSTON CRACSERS.—A supply of
these delicious crackers just received and or isle
WM. DOCK, Jr., & CO.
MINCE MEAT.-A SUPERIOR AR
AIL TIOLX just resolved and for sale by'
WM. DOOK, la., & 00.
WEBSTER'S ARMY AND NAVY
Just received and for male at ,
801 1 / 1 1171111VB BOOKiTOBA.
COAL 1 COAL 1 1 COAL 1 ! !
_. _ _....
The subscriber having bought out the Coal Yardiand
• fixtures formerly belonking to Tames M. Wheeler, req.,
is now ready to deliver to the citizens of Harrisbag
hens Valley and Wilkesberre Coals, well prepared, of
the best quality, at the lowest market prices. All
Coal delivered at the consumers , doors with the patent
weigh cart. Orders left at my office, Fourth and Mar
ket, or at the
yard, will be punctially attended to.
Thankful for the liberal patronage heretotoreAel
tended, I still ask for a continuance of the same.
decl6-2m* ' DAVID AftORMIOS.
P, 6,---Dne Patent Wing' Cart for gide,
WHOLESALE AND ItETAIL.
HAVING leased the Coal Yard, foot of
North street, lately occupied by 0. D. Forster I
ant enabled to sappy the public with a
OF THE DIFFERENT
VARIETY AND SIZES OF
Orders respectfully solicited—which, if left at tits
rifles, foot of North street, or at the store of Win.
Dock, Jr., & Co., (where samples will be shown,) wfl
receive prompt attention.
Jr3l-41tfl GILLIAM) DOOM.
SOUTH SECOND STREET, BELOW PRATTIS
Where he keeps constantly on hand
LYKENS AND WILICEStARRE COAL,
Such es STEAMBOAT, BROKEN, EGG and NUT,
which he will dispose of at the lowest market price.
Consumers will do well to call on him and, lay in
their supply, as the Coal will be delivered clean, and
full weight. ' jandlikdihn
THE LARGEST AND BEST ASSORTMEN'
OF FIND '
STEEL ENGRAVINGS I
PRINTS, AND HEADS,
SCENES, ADAPTED FOR GRECIAN
OIL PAINTINGS, AT
Wm. Knoche' Music Sitar&
No. 93 Market street. Harrisburg.
W. 'KNOCHE'S MUSIC STORE,
AT 93 MARKET ST.
NOTlOE.—Agreeably to the provisions
of the Act of Assembly incorporating the Went
Harrisburg Market Company, notice is hereby given
that subscriptions to the capital stock of said company
will be received on and after the Mk day of reb nis q
near, at the residence of the subscriber.
W. K. VERBEICE,
President pro tempore.
T. LOUIS FLOUR. - THE BEST
Ij BRAND FOR "FAMILY USE in the market: .100
barrels of the celebrated St: Louie Flour, universally
pronounced the most superior article ever offered in the
market, just received and for sale by
WM DOCK, JR.. & CO
FRESH FISH every Tuesday and Fn
day at JOHN WISN'a Store, corner of Third sod
WALL. PAPER AND WINDoW
HENRY C. SHAFFER
Hasa large stock of Widow Bhades and Wall Paper on
hand which will be - sold very low. Call and examine.
Paper Hanging personally attented to.
N 0.12, MARKET STREET,
Near the bridge
SECRET DibEAQES !
TES MOST Caivaix REMEDY EVER USED.
Yes, a Posstive Cure! -
BALSAM COPAYIA ¢ MERCURY DISCARDED.
Only ten Pills to be taken to effect a cure.
They are entirely vegetable, having no smell nor any'
unpleasant taste, and will not, in any way, injure the
stomach or bowels of the most delicate.
Cures in _from two to four days, and recent cases to
No exposure, no trouble, no change whatever.
Priee male packages, $2; Female, $B. Sold by
D. W. GROSS & CO.
Sent by mailby DESMOND & CO., Box 151 Phila. P
SORES: THEIR CAUSE A DEPRAVED. CON
DITION OF THE VITAL FLUID,
which produces •
SCROFULA, ULCERS, SORES, SPOTS, tEr-
TERS, SCALES, BOILS. SYPHILIS Olt VENE
REAL DISEAq.ES, ETC.
BOSOT A ND HERB JUICES
Is offered to the public as a positive cure. Banishes all
impurities of the blood and brings the 'system to a
healthy action, cure those Spots, Totters, Scales and
Copper Colored Patches.
SYPHILIS OR VENEREAL DISEASES.
The Samaritan's Root and Herb Juices is the most
certain remedy ever prescribed. It removes every par
ticle of the poison.
In many affections with which numbers of Females
stiffer, the ROOT AND HERB JUICES is most happily
adapted, in Ulcerated Uterus, in Whites, in bearing
down, Palling of the Womb, Debility, and for all com
plainte incident to the Sex.
• DO NOT DESPAIR.
Keep out of hospitals. Here is a cure in any case for
$5. Price $1 per bottle, or six for $5, with ft.ll direc
tions. Sold by D. W. GROSS & 00.
Sent by Express carefully peeked by
' DIMOND & 00„ •
Box 151 Phila. P.O.
CEDAR TUBS, CHURNS and MEA
SURES, togethor with large assortment of DAS
KIT& BROOMS ito., Jut received, and for sale env
OUP WM. DOGS. Ja., & 00.
H P. & W. O. TAYLOR'S
*3EINAT sal co AL s
It is economical and highly detersive.
It contains no Rosin and will not wait!.
It is warranted not to injure the hands.'
It will impart an agreeable odor and is therefor
mutable fur filry pawn, FOr gaby
WM. DOCK. t GO.
COAL NOTICE.-WE HAVE THIS
day completed an arrangement with Henry Thomas,
Eeq. l for the 5039 Of the filitire amount of LY/CENS
VALLEY and SHORT MOUNTAIN COau t iained
by him to be delivered at Millersburg, have day
appointed IL BYERS Sole Agent for the State of Penn
sylvania, except Philadelphia.
SUTTON, PENNINE - YON a CO.
Hanisbarg Feb. 12, 1803.-4OblB-d4w
- 11011 r A MSII! —Juet __received, a large
Li. supply of COVXMOD BIIGAB,..OuRND HAIN, Qf
ono best brew !is the market. Ivory one mold IN Vie,
inteed. 3nne27l WM. DOOR, JR.. & 00.
BUCKWHEAT MEAL 1-15,000 lbs
Super Salo meet resolved and: for sale by
deoli WM. DOCLIC, /R. &