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TWA DAILY PATRIOT ARM UNION may be had at
.Taek'e Book Store, corner of Third and Market
Also. at ha News Ageney of George La Walter,
n Market street, near Fifth.
Tax Mans.—Under the change of se , = u e on
the different railroads, the time of closing the mails
at the Harrisburg Post Office, April 20,1883, is
NOETZERH OZSTIII. ZAILIWAY.
NORTH.—War Mart.—Yor all places between Har
risburg, Lock Haven sii4 Niters, H
and., at 12.00 m.
ter lack Hiffen, Williamsport Lewisburg at 9
mAii.—lfor all places between Her-
Timarit - su g Baltimore, Md., and Washington, B. 0, at
Per Washington, D. C. Baltimore, Md., sad York, Pa.
at 9.11 p. in.
LEBANOX TWA= MAILBOAD.
Min—Was Mai..—Por all places between Harris
burg, Beaton and Philadelphia. cialteading, at 7.00 a. m.
For Beading and Pottinrille, at /2 39 1,.
WAY Meir..—For all places between llarrieburg and
Philadelphia, at 6.80 a. in.
For Philadelphia and Lancaster, at 12.03 in.
For New York, Philadelphia, Lancaster, Columbia,
siarietta and.ikanbridge, at 2.46 p. m.
For New York, Philadelphia and Lancaster, at COQ
P. In• -
WM.—WAY MArb.--For all places between Harris
burg and hltoona,l2.oo in.
For Johnstown, Pittsburg and iris. Ps., Cincinnati,
Columbus and Cleveland, Ohio, at 2.45 p. m.
For Pittsburg, Hollidaysburg, Altoona, Phillipsburg,
Tyrons,Huntingdon and Lewistown, at 8.00 p. m.
auxesabAND TALLEY RAILROAD.
For Mechanicsburg, Cailisle,Shippensburg and Chain
aarslmrg, Pa., at 1.00 a. in.
WAY IlAn..—For all places between Harrisburg and
Hagerstown, sta., at 12.80 p. M.
&MUSLIMS AND SUSQUEHANNA RAILROAD.
For Allendale Forges, Ellwood, Pinegrove and Summit
Station, at 1120 p. in.
For Progress, Linglestown, Masada Hill, West Hano
ver. East Manors.; Ono and Jonestown, on Monday,
Wednesday and Friday, at 7 00 a. in.
For Lisburn and Lewisberry, on Saturday, at 12.3)
11:71,H9C0 Houra.—From 5.39 a. m. to 8.00 p. m. Sun
day from 7.80 to 8.80 awl from 0.00 to 4.00 p. To.
GOITNRNOR CURTIN is now absent from the State
r.'apital, and will not return for several days.
Ix Town.—A New Jersey police officer was in
ibis city yesterday with a requisition from the
governor of that State for two criminals recently
unrested in Philadelphia. We did not learn the
nature of the grime with which they are charged:
Tan Lancaster Inquirer is down on "copper
heads," but its local reporter seems to have no
conscientious scruples about stealing items from
what it terms a "copperhead" paper, our locale
frequently appearing in its columns without credit.
Trroastavamar..—The Natiimal Typographical
Union meets at Cleveland on Monday neat. The
tinion of this city will be represented by Mr Geo.
W. Osier. The session will be one of more than
trdinary interest, and a large attendance from all
:he loyal States is anticipated.
Funnau. OF Mn. OwEss.—The funeral of James-
B. Owens, whose death we announced yesterday,
will take plane at two o'clock this afternoon. The
members of the Typographical Union, of this city,
to which the deceased belonged, have made ar
rangements to attend in a body, and will meet for
that purpose in the hall of the Citizen engine
house at half-past one o'clock.
A B.Lun AirAm.—A negro named James Dor
sey was before Alderman Kline on a charge of
beating his sable spouse. On the bearing of the
case facts were developed tending to show that the
assault was provoked by the wife, who is an in
corrigible shrew and given to practices uubecocuiug
a virtuous woman and the mother of a family.
The complaint was therefore dismissed, and the
sable defendant discharged on payment of costs.
JAM DAY OBSERVANCES.—The various churches
of our city will be open this forenoon for religions
services, and the day will be most solemnly ob
served throughout by all denominations of dui/s
-r:ass. no public offices, banking institutions,
stores and shops, dce , will hit be closed and secular
business generally suspended. The public and
private schools will also be eloped and the chil
dren allowed an opportunity of atbliding divite
worship in company with their parents.
IMPORTANT TO Dasmens.—Persons required to
lake out licenses under the United States revenue
laws would do well to bear in mind that, in addi
iion to the fine imposed by the original law on
dealers failing to take out licences, the amended
law provides for the imprisonment, for a term not
exceeding two years, of persons refusing to com
ply with its requirements in regard to taking out
:iicenzes. We call attention to this matter for the
tentfit of dealers in our community.
Tax ZovATzs.—A lieutenant of one of the com
aniea constituted part of the provost
Enard in this city arrived here yesterday direct
from Washington. He informs us that the City
Zonaves are daily expecting the reception of orders
:o leave for home, their term of service having
expired. Our opinion is that the Zonave are not
7,ikely to get home until they come with the regi
ment, which, from present indications, will not he
the latter part of next month.
STILL Cominu.--Timber anti lumber rafts eon
:nue to arrive from the pine region on the upper
Susquehanna branches. This is •the third run that
tome of the lumbermen have made the present
5 . 3109Z1 j and many of them, should we have a Sane
FZEshet, will be down again with additional sup
:lies. The railroads take them back home with
z-c little delay that a run consumes but a short
:lute. The ruling price is a great inducement to
get every log and board to tile front as rapidly as
river navigation will allow.
AT Hova.—We noticed on the street yesterday
Makir John Detweiler, of the Ninth Pennsylvania
:avalry, reoently returned from• Tennessee, where
!lig regiment is now on duty. The Major's health
'Las been somewhat impaired by long and active
service and the exposure and hardships incident to
military campaign, and he is new at home on
i - alough for the purpose of recuperating. The
aye of the Ninth have distinguished themselves
co frequent occasions in Kentucky and Tennessee,
f.nd been highly complimented by the loyal papers
of that section of the country,
Comm Seneca, Sonentarsanzar.—The trien
nial convention of school directors to choose
county superintendents for the coming term, will
be held in the various counties of the State on
Monday next. The matter seems to excite but
little interest in this county. We have no doub•,
tawever, that the conventisn, having plea* of
poa material from which to make a selection, will
Moose for the position a man fully competent to
ilscharge its duties in such a way as to benefit
se schools and advance the eanse of popular edu_
tatien in our county.
Yanits.—Our streets are daily throngs 1
T4ia "Yanks" from the pine region, en route for
o. Every train from Columbia and Marietta
crowded with these hardy northern metal
'-aineere. During the past week many of them
"•ve visited our sanctum and subscribed far the
PAroza r urn UnioN, thus testifying their devotion
tte cause it advocates—"the restoration of the
lion as it was under the Constitution as it is."
r luraiee *ilea& bring cheering intelligence
4 " 3 regard to the progress of the Democratic
ZZ-le 13 tbe northern section of the State, and give
z . Esutaa ce of a largely increased Democratic vote
c"miug gubernatorial election.
Coeur ritoonanians.—Several cases, in which
true bills were found by the grand jury, have been
disposed of since our last issue. In a number of
instances parties failed
.to appear and forfeited
their recognizance& Other cases were continued
until the neat term.
• Commonwealth vs. William Brobst, of Senato
rial bribery notoriety. Our, readers will recollect
that Brobst was charged with grossly insulting
Mrs. Bate Davis and other respectable ladies of
this city on the street. After the finding of a true
bill by the grand jury, the counsel of Brobst in
duced him to go into court and enter a plea of
guilty, which he did, thereby preventing the dam
aging developments which a trial of the case would
have elicited. He was required to pay the costs
of prosecution and give security in the sum of five
hundred dollars for his future go a od behavior. We
regard this as very mild punishment considering
the infamous, offence of which Brobst was guilty.
CanunOnwealth vs. Frederick K. Mott, indicted
for larceny. The defendant resides in Lykens
town, and was charged with stealing from the
house of a farmer in that vicinity a variety of ar
ticles, comprising iloar and bread,. butter and
meat, candles, etc. At the time of the larceny the
ground was covered with snow, and footprints,
were discovered leading from the house of the far
mer to within about thirty feet of defendant's
dwelling. On searching the premises articles of '
the above description were found, but could not be
identified as the stolen property. There was also
discovered in Mott's house a bag, claimed by the
farmer as belonging to him, and - whieh bad disap
peared simultaneotfaly with the provisions. Some
witnesses for the defence, however, positively tes
tified that Mott obtained the bag from another
source, and had it in his possession some time
prior to the perpetration of the crime with which
he was charged. The jury in the case returned a
verdict of not guilty.
Commonwealth vs. James Duncan, indicted for
larceny. The defendant in this case is a small
colored boy, apparently about fifteen years of age.
lie was charged with having stolen at different
times, from Mary Main, of this city, sums of money
amounting in the aggregate to about three hundred
dollars. Verdict guilty. It is likely the juvenile
offender will be consigned to the House of Refuge.
Commonwealth vs. John W. Brown. This man
is a soldier, and was indicted for passing a ten dol
lar broken bank bill at the store of Mrs. Caroline
Davis, in the Sixth ward. He purchased articles
to the value of two dollars, tendering a five dear
note in payment. Mrs. Davis did not like the ap
pearaties of the bill and declined receiving it. He
then offered a ten dollar bill, which he represented
to be a good one. Having no reason to doubt the
man's honesty, she took it, giving him eight dol
lore good money in change. After Brown went
away the note was discovered to be a worthless
one. In the course of the . trial it appeared that
the five dollar bill, first offered, was also a spurious
one. The only witness called by the defence, a
gay-looking and talkative young female, testified
that Brown boight the notes from a fellow-soldier,
paying him four cents 01 the dollar, the seller de
claring them to be good, and the latter believing
his statement. This witness reprasefited Brown
to be an unsophisticated and simple-minded man,
easily imposed upon, and volunteered the opinion
that he had been duped by a shrewd and design
ing "copperhead." She evidently tried to make
a strong point in the prisoner's favor; but the
girl's story, and her manner of relating it, did not
favorably impress the jury, for after a very brief
conference they rendered a verdict of guilty.
Commonwealth vs. John Hennifen, indicted f r
selling liquor to a common drunkard. The de
fendant fills the position of bar-keeper at M'Crum's
restaurant near the depot. Verdict guilty. Im
mediately after the rendition of this verdict the.
district attorney had a warrant issued for M'Crum,
proprietor of the restaurant.
Commonwealth vs. Benjamin Moore, a negro,
indicted for stealing two hats from the store of
Mr. Burnet, in Market street. Verdict guilty.
Commonwealth vs. Charles Gardner, (colored,)
charged with stealing coal from the yard of Mr.
Eby Byers, near the railroad. Plead guilty.
The above are all the cases that were disposed
of yesterday. In the ease of Mary Snyder, in
dicted for homicide, a jury was empanneled, and
the trial will commence on Friday morning, to
which time court adjourned. The report of the
grand jury will also be submitted on Friday. Mr.
Rudolph F. Kelker, of this city, is chairman.
MORE ABORT TELE GERMAN Monnzn.—Officer
Fleck returned from Ohio yesterday afternoon.
He informs us that the man confined in the Day
ton prison on at charge of murder, and identifi( d
as the abductor and murderer of Lizzie German, '8
not likely to be called upon to answer at the bar
of an earthly court fee the latter offence. From
the information obtained by officer Fleck the evi
dence against him for the Ohio murder is of such
an unequivocal and positive nature as to render
conviction certain. His trial will take place in
Juno next. Officer Fleck farther informs us that
Dobbins admitted having been in Harrisburg but
fall and committed some crime, the nature of
which he refused to disclose ; that he enlisted in a
company then in Camp Curtin, drew his bounty
money, and afterwards deserted. It will be re
collected by our citizens that in the afternoon of
the day on which Lizzie German was abducted, a
soldier, answering the description given by Mrs.
Weitzel, deserted from camp and never returned.
We have no doubt that the Dayton prisoner is the
same man that deserted on the day named and the
same night perpetrated the fiendish outrage that
startled and horrified this whole community en a
Sabbath - morning in the month of October last. A
bill of indictment against Dobbins for the murder
of Mary Elizabeth German will be sent to the
grand jury to-morrow morning, and on the testi
mony of Mrs. Weitzel, who is positive as to his
identity, no doubt a true bill will be found. A
requisition upon the Governor of Ohio his already
been forwarded, so that in the event (by no means
probable) of his acquittal there, he will at once be
brought to this city for trial.
Pennsylvania Militia and Reoraitiog Chaim
United States pension, b ounty, arrears of pay and
subsistenee'elaime, &e., , &e., made out and col-
looted by - EUGENE SNYDER,
Attorney At Law, office, Third street, Harrisburg.
WE have taken over on the let of April the
balance of goods bought of Mr. Boger, to our own
store, where we will continue to sell the balarlee
left at very low prices, until the whole are sold.
Amcng these girds are 4 --
1,000 yards remnants . dolaine and calico, 16, 16
4tt(l 20 cents.
500 yard? remnants lawns and other dress goods,
16, 18 and 20 cents.
200 yards of barege and lustre; 20 and 25 cents.
1 ,000 yards of linen orasb e 16, 18 end 20 cents.
100 yards of brown and grey cloth for summer
1,000 yards of linen, (tattoo and wool pants stuff,
300 dozen of the very be flaig Mtn; White
1,000 papers of the very best of Smith's needles,
5 centea paper; also stockings, gloves, pocket
handkerchiefs, hoop skirts, all c of combs,
patent Oilseed, tapes, so , :ke tr by the dozen or
plo t . ,We have also 64 hand yet about 10 pieces
of CARPEr; which we will eel' at 15 cents per
20 pieces of straw matting, cheap.
20 plates of splendid figured window curtains.
GREAT itARGAINS.—Twenty per cent. Saved. In
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 stock of three-ply In
grain, Venetian and Rag Carpets; allO, furniture
of all descriptions, at twenty per
* cent less than N
city prices, until the 15rn OF JUNE EXT.
airBo-10w Second street above. Locust.
Miss A. M. Stoddard will open Spring and Sum
mer Millinery, on Friday, May let, at No. 15,
Market street. 28 3t
POSITIVELY FOR ONE DAY ONLY !
TOM Mill NI WIFil
Mr. Charles S. Stratton,
(Known as sen. TOM Thumb,) and his little wife,
Mrs. Lavinia Warren Stratton,
Having deferred their visit to Europe until the season
is more favorable for (stooling the Atlantic ; accede to
urgent solicitations, and will have the honor to hold
TWO GRAND PUBLIC LEVEES,
AT BRANT'S HALL,
ON SATURDAY, MAY 2,1863,
HOURS OF EXHIBITION-3 to 4 and Bto 9N.—
Doors open half an hour in advance.
Gen. Tom Thumb's wife is justly styled
THE QUEEN OF BEAUTY,
The smallest mature lady in the known world,
21 Years Old, only 32 Incites Hipp and
weighs but 30 Pounds,
With an exquisite face, model form, and winning ad.
dress. Indeed, what nature has denied her in size it
has made up in elegance and grace, and fitted her for
the admiration of all eyes. Thus are seen together a
fully developed, intelligent and beautifnl MAN and
WIFE, whose united weight is but a trifle more than
The rich, rare and elegant
Will be on public exhibition at each Levee, including
the magnificent corbeille exhibition on their wedding
day at the reception.
Mr. and Mrs. GEN. TOM THUMB will appear in a
PERFORMANCES, SONGS, DANCES,
Mrs. Stratton's sumptuous and costly Wardrobe is
available for THREE DIFFERENT DRESSES at each
Levee. At each morning representation to General and
his Lady will gratify their visitors by wearing the
IDENTICAL WEDDINEZ COSTUME
they wore at GRACE CHURCH on their Marriage Day
N. B.—Gen. Tom Thumb now conducts his business
solely on his own account.
ADMISSION, 26 cents—OBILDREN, under ten ? 15 cte
GAIETY MUSIC HALL!
WALNUT STREET, BELOW THIRD.
808 EDWARDS Sole Proprietor.
J. G. H. SHOREY, Stage Manager.
OPEN EVERY EVENING.
WONDERFUL ATTRACTIONS THIS WEEK
NEW BURLESQUM, NEW AFTERPIECES,
NEW SONGS, GLEES, OVERTURES,
OPERATIC PIECES AND SIDE
The Only Respectable Place of Amusement
IN THE CITY
Pronounced so by everybody in general.
First week of the
Second week of
EDWARDS & SHOREY'S
Original and only New Orleans and Metro-
In connection with
THE GREAT STAR COMPANY
CONGRESS OF ARTISTS
A NEW AND ENTIRE
CHANGE OF PROGRAMME
MISS ANNIE RUSH,
The Harrisburg Favorite Queen of Songs.
MRS. JULIA EDWARDS,
The Charming Vocalist.
MISS ROSE LAFORREST,
The Champion Female Jig Dancer.
J. G. IL SUOREY,
The best Original Comedian of the day, and
Champisn Tomborine Soloist.
In his celebrated Banjo Solos and side splitting
songs and Dances.
In his Bone Solos, Excelsior Jig and Clog
The young Ole Bull Violin Solo performer and
Leader of the Orchestra.
J. ANDRIA TARDIELLA, Pianist,
Last, but not least, is the veritable
First week of the laughable Burlesque,
THE THREE LOVERS.;
WHO THROWEH THAT STONEWALL ON
MISS WELLY SEYMORE,
The beautiful Frilled Singer, will shortly or,-
ON' See new Posters and Programmes."Valt
Admission Only 20 Cents.
FOR SALE.—A first class newspaper
establishment—an excellent opening for an enter.
prising Democratic editor and printer. Apply to the
editor of the Daily PATRIOT AND Duo; inside of two
VIVE—TWENTY UNITED STATES
LOAN—Cameron, Colder, Eby It Co. are subscrip
tion agents to dispose of these bonds, who will sell them
at par in sums to suit purchasers.
The interest on these bonds is six per ctut,, and will
ha paid in Gold.
liarrisbnrg, April 17, 1883 -dim
THE Stockholders of the Union Rail
road and Mining Company are• hereby notified that
an election for seven Diraetora Will by b a ld at -th e once
of William Buehler, Walnut street, on Saturday, may
23, 1863, at 2 o'clock, p. in.
HENRY al 'CORMICK,
Secretary and Treasurer
Harrisburg, April 4th,113.33-.4 p - iltwte
1111111. D l'EACiill-PARED AND
jj UNPARED—Iuet received by
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new, and Mai package warranted. Just received and
cialo low by WM. DOCK Ja., fr. do.
EW ORLEANS SUGAR !—FntsT Is
; V Tie MAREBT !—For vale by
J. 712 WM. DOCZ, Js., & CO.
A Friend in Need. Try it.
DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT is pre
pared from the recipe of Dr. Stephen Sweet, of Connec
teat, the great bone setter, and has been used in his
practice for the last twenty years with the most aston
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rival, and will alleviate pain more speedily than any
other preparation. For all Rheumatic and Nervous
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Sores,Wonnds, Sprains, Bruises, &c., its soothing, heal
ing and powerful strengthening properties, excite the
just wonder and astonishment cfbail who have ever
given it a trial. Over four hundred certificates of re
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years, attest this.fact.
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Farts About Brandreth's Pi
NEW CASTLE WESTCHESTER CO., N.Y., Oct. 23,1862.
ME. G. TEN EYCK SHELDON, Editor Sing Sing Republi-
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was well, gaining 40 pounds in weight.
Yours truly, EDWARD PURDY.
WESTCHESTER COUNTY, 58.
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
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two months he was entittiy cured of costiveness, dye.
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Sworn to'before me, this 18th day of October,lB62.
EL MALCOLM SMITH,
Justice of the Peace
For sale in Harrisburg by GEO. H. BELL
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Pills scot by mail, prampay i by remitting to the
Agents. Sold by Druggists generally.
R. B. 111ITCHINGS, Proprietor,
20 Cedar street, Nest York.
Bold in Harrisburg, by 0. A. Banuvart.
u Mechanicsburg, by I. 8. Dellett.
Oar Cel e; by 8. Jellied.
" Shippensburg, by D. W. Rankin.
Ohambersburg, by Miller & Hershey.
litunmelstown, by George Welf.
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rections accompany each box. Price 21.00 per bet.
Bold, wholesale and retail, by CHABLBS A. BANN
VAST, Druggist, No. 2 Jones Row, and O. K. JLIALLBR,
Druggist, Harrisburg, Pa.
Ladies, by sending them $1 00 to the Harrisburg
Post Onloe, 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. LEMBERGKE, Lebanon; P. A. WOLF,
Wrightsville; B. T. MILLER, York; . BLLIOTT, Car
lisle ; J.C. ALT to A, bhippensburg ; BratioLgic, Chain
bersburg ; S. G. WILD, Newville ; A. J. KAUFFMAN, Me
nhaniaabarg ; Bums & BROTHER, No. 4, &oath Liber
ty street, Baltimore; and by "one Druggist" in veriy
town and city throughout the United States.
HALL & RIIGKEL,
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 S.D. Howe,
All others are a baseimposition 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. 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 you the Pills are perfectly harmless, yet will do all
claimed for them. S. D. ROWS,
jyl7-41y Bole Proprietor, New York,
TO NERVOUS SUFFERERS OF
BOTH SEX3IB.---A reverend gentlemen having been re
otored to health in a few days, after undergoing all the
usual routine and irregular expagive modes of West
mont, without summit, considers it his sacred duty to
communicate to hie &Meted fellow creature , the means
of cure. [fence, on the receipt of an addressed enve
lope, he will send (free) a copy of the prescription used
Direct to Dr. /WIN M, DAP-NALL, 188 Fulton street,
Brooklyn, N. jann-Bra
DR. TOBIAS' VENETIAN LINI
MENT, in pint bcttlee at 50 cents, !wee lameness, cute,
gene, colic, &c. Bead the following:
Dn. ToaTAO !--We hate need for the past year your
Horse iinimept for lameness, kicks, bruises, colic and
cuts, and in every instance found it the beet article
ever tried in this circus company. Please send six dozen,
as it is the only liniment we use now. We have 108
horses, some very valuable, and do not want to leave
town without it HYATT /BOOT,
Manager Van Amburgh & Co's Menagerie.
Sold by all Druggists. Office, 66 Cortlandt street,
ea-d&wlm Now York.
TO CONSUMPTIVES.—The Adver
tiser, having been restored to health in a few weeks by
a very simple remedy, after having suffered several years
with A severe lung affection, and that dread disease,
Consumption_is anxious to make known to his fellow
sufferers the means of cure
To all who desire it, he will send a copy of the pre
scription used, (free of charge,) with the directiens for
preparing and using the same, which they will find a
sure cure for Consumption, Asthma, Bronchitis, &a.
The only object of the advertiser in sending the Pre
scription is to benefit the afflicted, and spread informa
tion which he conceives to be invaluable, and he hopes
every sufferer will try,his remedy, as it will cost them
nothing, and may prove a blessing.
BEV. EDWARD A. WILSON,
Williamsburg, Kings County, New York.
GREAT EXTERNAL REMEDY,
FOR RHEUMATISM, GOUT, NEURALGIA,
LUMBAGO, STIFF NECK AND JOINTS,
SPRAINS, BRUISES, CUTS do WOUNDS,
PILES, HEADACHE, and ALL RHEU
MTIC and NERVOUS DISORDERS.
For all of which it is a speedy and certain remedy,
and never fails. This Liniment is prepared from the
recipe of Dr. Stephen Sweet, of Connecticut, the fa
mous bone setter, and has been'used in his practice for
more than twenty years with the most astonishing suc
AS AN ALLEVIATOR OF PAIN, it ie unrivaled
by any preparation before the public, of which the most
skeptical may be convinced by a single trial.
This Liniment will cure rapidly and radically, BREIT
MAJTIO DISORDERS of every kind, and in thousands
of cases where it has been used it has never been known
FOR NEURALGIA, it will afford immediate relief
in every case, however distressing.
It will relieve the worst cases of HEADACHE In
three minutes and is warranted to do it.
TOOTHACHE also will it cure instantly.
FOR NERVOUS DEBILITY AND G - ENERAL
LASSITUDE, arising from imprudence or excess, this
Liniment is a most happy and unfailing remedy. Act
ing directly upon the nervous tissues, it strengthens and
revivifies the system,.and restores it to elasticity and
FOR PILRS.—La an external remedy, we claim that
it is the best known, and we challenge the world to pro
duce an equal. Every victim of this distressing com
plaint should give it a trial, for it will not fail to afford
immediate relief, and in a majority of cases will effect
a radical cure. " "
QUINSY aid SORE THROAT are sometimes ex
tremely malignant and dangerous, but a timely applica
tion of this Liniment will never fail to cure.
S PR A INS are sometimes very obstinate, and enlarge
ment of the joints is liable to occur if neglected. The
worst case may be conquered by this Liniment in two or
BRUISES, CUTS, WOUNDS, SORES, 'ULCERS,
BURNS and SCAL DS, yield readily to the wonderful
healing properties of DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE
LINIMENT; when used according to directions. Also,
CHILBLAINS. FROSTED FEET, and INSECT
BITES and STINGS.
EVERY HORSE OWNER
should have this remedy at hand, for its timely use at
the first appearance of Lameness will effectualy pre
vent those formidable diseases to which all horses are
liable and which render so many otherwise valuable
horses nearly worthless.
Over four hundred voluntary teatimot.ials to the won
derful curative properties of this Liniment have ben
received within the last two yea. s. and many of them
from persons in the highest ranks cf life.
C 4 UT.ION.
To avoid imposit'on, observe the Signature and Like
ness of Dr. Stephen Sweet on every label, and also
Stephen Sweet's Infallible Liniment blown in the
glass of each bottle, without which roue are genuine.
BICIII4IIIn3AN & CO
Foe Proprietors, Norwich, Ct.
For sale by all dealers. aplleow-ddcw
OEM of the above superior MetOhee
**Avail. and for male by WM DOOK. Te.. Ar. CO.
MESSRS. °BICKERING & CO.
HAVE AGAIN OBTAINED THE
litOL D iII GOAL!
• . AT THE
MECHANICS' Fi&IH. BuSTON,
VELD THY PIRCISDI 1k WVRIL 7
O VER STEP V Cii.)VPE'?.'i ro RE!
Wareroom for the CHIC KERINS PIANOS, at Harris
°erg, et 92 Market street,
oe2S-tf W. KNOCHE'S MUSIC STORE.
MORTON' 8 UNR IVA LL F.; D G OLD
PEN,—PIEBT QUALITY IVAIIRANT.sp.
NONE BETTER IN THE WHOLE WORLD.
A GREAT LUXURY!
PRIIBOIOII in want of a superior and really good GOLD
MN will end with me a large assortment to select from ;
end have the privilege to exchange the Pene until their
hand is perfectly suited. And if by fair means the Dia
mond volute break off during twelve mouths. the par
doner shall have the privilege to aslant a new one,
without any charge.
I have very good (told Pens, wade by Mr. Morton, not
warranted, in strong elver-placed _awes, for S I, $1.25,
Nor sale at
Pro. 18 .S
Ma CH r NP
kPt Vtree liarriabuTit, 'Pa
TEE NATIONAL ALMANAC AND
ANNUAL RECORD for ISSS. for stair ft
THE BEST FAMILY SEWING
WHEELEA & WILSON'S.
NEW OFFICE, Nat ket 'Square, next to Colder's
trr Call and Bee them in operation
A general assortment of machinery and needles con
ktsntly on hand.
MISS MARGARET RINEY
Will exhibit and . sell them, and also do all kinds of
machine sewing on these machines in the best manner.
The patronage of the public is resi,ectfully solicited.
GIRARD FIRE AND MARINE
• Of Philadelphia.
lia!"_NO .MARINE RISKS. TAKEN.
CAPITAL f 5200,000.
This Company has successfully conducted business for
a long term of years. and paid its losses promptly. Its
means of paying are ample, awl the indemnity promised
by our policy sure.
THOMAS CRAVEN, President,
A. S GILLET, Vice President.
DD. B. ALVORD, Secretary. • .
IL K. PARSONS, 110 Market street, Agent.
A t•SIGNEE'S NOTICE.—The account
of Dr. David 0. Kellar, &mignon of Phillip Peck
and Farah, his wife, or East Hanover township, has
been filed in the Court or Common Pleas of Dauphin
county. and will be oonfirmed on the 12th day of May,
1883, unless cause be shown to the contrary.
apil-d2tltw J. 0. YOUNG, Prothonotary.
U E v WANTED.—One first rate Cabi-
LIT net Maker and two or three good laboring men
wanted. Steady work and cash pay every, two weeks.
Apply at the mr3l-1w RAGLII WORKS.
A. ' SPLENDID ASSORTMENT
Formerly retailed at from $5 to $5, ere now (tiered at
50 and 78 cents, and p and $1 60—rublished by , the Ar
Union, and formerly retailed by them.
Splendid fbetoirrapbie Album Pictures of all distin
guished men and Generals of the army, at only 10 eta.
For was at _ 8061Ertgals Bookstore,
lil Market street, Harrisburg.
WINDOW' HAD NIB of linen, g,iit
bordered; and PAYER BLINDS of an ardrona
variety of designs and ornsanentii r alae i
siITuRIS and TASSELS at very tour prices_ Call at
Borros, Inly 7th,1860
fina of ettwel.
SUMMER- ARRANGE MENT.
NEW AIR LINE ROUTE.
TIRED TRAIN% DAILY TO NEW YOU.
ON AND Ann MONDAY, April 20, I.lll2;the Pas-
Ringer Trains will leave the Philadelphia and Reading
Railroad Depot, at Harrisburg, for New York and Phil
adelphia, as follows, via :
ZASTWARD.. _ •
EXP 3131313 LINE leaves Harrisburg at 2.15 a. m., on
arrival of Pennsylvania Railroad linpreso Cain from
the West, arriving in New York at 9.15 a. in. r and at
Philadelphiat at 9.70 a. m. A sleeping ear is attached
to Um train through from Pittobutg,withont
NAIL TRAIN leave' Harrisburg at 8.00 a. m., ar
riving in New York at 5.80 p. m., and at Philadelphia
st 1.50 . p. m.
PAST LINE leave. iforriOliurg at LOU p. m • on ar
rival of Pennsylvania Railroad last Mail, arriving in
New York at 10.25 p. m., and Philadelphia at 7.00 p.m.
PAST LINE leaves New York at 6.00 a. m, mid - Phila.
delphis at CM a. m., arriving at Harrisburg at 1.20 p. m.
MAIL TRAIN leaves New York at 12.00 noon, and
Philadelphia at 3.30 p. m, arriving at liarrisharg at 8.90
HICPERBEI LINK loans New York at 7.00 p. In., ar
riving at Harrisburg at 1.45 a. m. , and cenneoting with
the Pennsylvania Ixpreas Train for Pittsburg. A sleep•
lag car la also attached to this train.
•Conneotione are made at HarriabUrg with trelgi (attire
Pennsylvania, Northern Central and Cumberland Talley
Railroads, and at Reading for Philadelphia, Pottsville,
Wilkesbarre, Allentown, Easton, /Cc.
Baggage checked through. Pare between New York
and Harrisburg, 35.15 ; between Harrisburg and Phis
delphia, $3.35 in No. 1 care, and 13.00 in No. 2.
For tickets and other information apply to
S. J. CLYDB, General Agent,
N ORTHERN CENTRAL RAILWAY.
Izi*j 10 IDI hi 10 AM kti :3 Pi
Three daily trains to And from Baltimore and Wash
ington City. Connections made with trains on Penn
sylvania Railroad to and from Pittsburg and the West
two trains daily to and from the North and West
Branch, Susquehanna, Elmira and all Northern New
ON AND APTER, MONDAY, APRIL 20, 1888, the
Passenger Trains of the Northern Central Railway will
arrive and depart from Harrisburg and Baltimore II
Howls; viz :
MAIL TRAIN leaves Sunbury daily (except Sunday)
att7.0.10 a. m.; leaves Harrisburg at 1.15 p. m. , and as
rives at Baltimore at 5.35 p. m.
XXPREISO TRAIN leaves Elimbnry daily (except EMU
day) at 11.07 p. leaven Harrisburg (except Monday)
at 2.00 a. m., and arrives at Baltimore daily (exeept
Monday) at 6.15 a. in.
HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION TRAIN leaves
Harrisburg daily at 6.80 a. m.
MAIL TRAIN leaves Baltimore dally(except SundaY)
at 9.15 a. in., Harrisburg at 1.15 p. in., and arrives at
Sunbury at 4.05 p. m.
IMPRESS TRAIN leaves Baltimore daily at 9.15 p.
arrives at Harrisburg at 1.35 a in., and leaves Har
risburg daily (except Monday) at 3.90 a. m., and arrives
at Sunbury at 5.38 a.
HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION TRAIN leaves
Baltimore daily (except Sunday) at 2.55 p. ti_, and ar
rives at Harrisburg at 7.30 p.m.
Nor further information apply at the Office, in Penn
sylvania Railroad Depot_ J. N. DeItARRY,
- Genera/ Superintendent.
Harrisburg, April 20, 1863-dtf
SUMMER TIME TABLE!
RIVE LIMNS DULY TO & FROM PHILO/MU
ON AND AFTER
MONDAY, APRIL 20, 1863,
The Passenger Trains of the Pennsylvania Railroad
atlmpany will depart from and arrive at itarrieburg and
Philadelphia as follows :
THROUGH EXPRESS TRAIN learn Harrisburg
daily at 2.00 a, m., and arises at West Philadelphia at
8.10 a. m.
FAST 'GINS leaves Harrisburg daily (except Monday)
st, 6.45 a m . and arrives at West Philadelphia at 9 16
a. TR Passengers take breakfaat at Lancaster.
WAY ACCOMMOPATRON, via Mount Joy, leave'
lilarrissurg at 7.00 a. in., and arrives at West Philadel
phia at 12.25 p. a.
FAST MAIL TRAIN leaves Harrisburg 'tally (ex
cept Stindavl at 1 00 D. In., and arrives at Wqat Phila
detobis ret 5.00 P. m.
IRAARIBBUItii ACCOMMODATION TRAIN. via Oa
lambia, leaves Harlsburg at 4.00 p. m., and arrive! at
West Philadelphia at 9.30 p m
14 LTIMARE- EXPRESS TRAIN leay.a rtarriebo-g
daily (PTe.ot Monday) at 2 VP a. m ; Aitoona..7 18a m.,
ke breakraat, and ft.-riven at Pittsburg at 12 00 noon.
PHILADELPHIA EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Harris
burg dAly at 8 00 a. m.. Alumna at 8 00 a.m.. take break
fast. and arrives at Pittomirg at,l2 30 p
MAIL TRAIN leaves Efarrisbsrg at 1 15 p. m., Al
toona at 7.15 p. in.. take supier, and attires at Pittsburg
at k. 30 a. m.
FAST LINE leavcv Harrisburg 3,50 p, n 2„ Alton&
8.35 p. m., and arrives at Pittsburg at I.oii A. in.
HARRISBURE4 ACCOMMODATION TRAIN leases
Philadelphia at 9.80 p. m., and arrives at Harrisburg at
8.00 p. m.
WAY ACCOMMODATION TRAIN leave". Philadel.
phis at 4.00 p. w. , and arrives at Harrisburg at 9.40
p. m. This train runs via Mount Joy.
SAblailL D. YOUNG,
Superintendent Middle Div. Pen's S. R.
Harrisburg, April 10, /903 —dtr
DBILA.DELPHIA & ERIE RAIL
'. ROAD.—This great line traverses the Northern
and Northwest counties of Pennsylvania to the city of
Nrie f on Lake Nrie.
It has been leased by the Pennsylvania Rail Road
Company, and under their auspices is being rapidly
opened throughout its entire length . . •
It is now in use for Passenger and Freight business
from Harrisburg to Driftwood, (second Fork,) (147
miles) on the eastern Diviston, and from Shstfield to
Erie, (78 miles) on the Western Division.
TIME OP PASSENGER TRAINS AT HARRIS
Mail Train..... 1.15 a. m. I Express Train.. 5.00 s. m.
Cars ran through without change both ways on them
trains between Philadelphia and Lock Haven, and be
tween Baltimore and Lock Haven.
Elegant Sleeping Cars on Express Trains both ways
between Williamsport and Baltimore, and Williamsport
For information respecting Passenger business apply
at the B. E. col.. 11th and Market streets.
And for Freight liminess of the Company's Agents.
S. B. Kingston, ir , cor. 18th And Market etreeti
J. W. Reynolds, Erie.
J. M. Drill, Agent N. C. R. R., Baltimore.
R. IL HOUSTON,
Gezel Freight Agt.,
LEWIS L. HOIIPT,
Gee'! Ticket Agt., Nara.
JOS. D. POTTS,
Gre'l Manager, WillimesPbrt•
3EI IV Wt. .42L CPT Ei
TANILLA GINOER, •
ALMOND, °RAMO •
PEACH, _ pIikIIAPPLX
BITTER ALMOND, CALXBY,
crooIIINPAL, (for coloring,) assorted data's, for
The ir.bOve assortment pot received iron one of Cie
largest Eastern Hones—roch Bottle and Paciragc war
ranted. floariel WM. BOOK. an.. Ac CO.
IDIOCKET KNIVES.—A very fine as
isonnentt, 00112111PSIV8 BOOSOTOBB.