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TUG DAILY PATRICIT AND UNION May be bad , at
Jack's Book Store, corner of Third and Market
UN). at ho News Agency of George L. Walter,
Market street. near Fifth.
Attention is directed to an advertisement headed
"Lest," in another column. A suitable reward will
be paid on the return of the property to John Rank
jr., Buehler house.
PRESBYTERIAN SERVICES. — Rev. Morris teattipan,
of the Spring Garden oburch, Philadelphia, will
preach in the Old School Presbvtoristi *int, to
morrow morning and evening, a t th e usual hours.
FASHIONABTA MILLINITM , --MrB. Mather, next
door above the Lamb tavern, in Second street, has
just received a supply of fashiopablo summer
goo d E , to which the attention of ladies is specially
invited. - i•c•
PaoVOST MARSHAL GESERAL.—A change has
recently been made in the office of Provost Mar
shal General of this State, Lieut. Col. J. V. Bona
fort taking the place of Col. Ruff, the late imam
hunt. It is probable that his permanent headquar
ters Will be - in this city, with a branch Mee at
Mrsartasta Dl:a.m.—Samuel Garvin, who was
On Wednesday committed for thirty days for drun
kenness and vagrancy, died in prison yesterday of
mania a potu, and was buried in the Poor Rouse
burying ground. The wretched man endured all
the horrors and Slimy visions that haunt and ter
rify the hapless sufferer, and died in the midst of
it "by friends and fortune quite disowned."
PlN.rz Camprza.—A few days since a very superior
lot of cattle passed through this city over the
Pennsylvania road, destined for the Philadelphia
znarket. They were thirty-nine in number, and
their aggregate weight was &VW pounds. The
heaviest one weighed 2,810 pounds. This fine lot
of beeves was shipped from Greensburg station by
Mr. Jeremiah Gilchrist, who bought them from the
Messrs. Overholt, of Westmoreland county, at du
dollars per hundred weight.
CHANGING HAT•Ds.—We were toll to-day of a
crenate property on Front street, purchased for
$15,000 by a gentleman of this city, who has made
a good thing out of contracts, and presented to
another gentleman whose official position in the
administration, at one time, was of service to him.
We were further informed that the Some property,
corner of Market and Third streets, had passed
into the possession of Postmaster Bergner, in.con
sideration of the sum of $20,000. Let the war go
no matter bow much longer—some of the loyal,
the "nnquestiening supporters" of the Honest Abe
have not made quite enough money yet.
EXTRAORDINARY.—In our perambulations this
morning, we passed the establishment of our young
friends . Wm. Dock, jr., & Co. Seeing an unusual
number of heavy begat sods lying about, as if the
establishment was about to erect them into fortifi
cations for defence against an apprehended attack
of Stuart's cavalry / we hurriedly demanded the
meaning of the demonstration. Oar challenge was
met by the smiling reply : "Only another invoice
of Lhasa 50,000 pounds of inzselsiedo hams." A.
moment afterward it was confidentially whispered
to us that Dock has an astounding faculty for get
ting the sweetest hams and disposing of them in
RESIGNED.—Capt. Jacob Dorsheimer, Co. A,lo7th
P. V., First brigade, Second division, Army of the
Potomac, has lately been obliged to resign his
command on account of failing health, and is now
at his home in Mechanicsburg. Capt. D. has been
a good soldier, courageous and faithful in the dis
charge of his - duty. Officers and men parted from
him with many regrets. In accepting his resigna
tion, Col. WCoy, after regretting the necessity
which compels his retirement from service, pays a
glowing tribute to the Captain's personal worth, as
well as to his faithfulness and efficiency as a soldier
during the two years he had served in the regi
BURNING 01P Moscow...A large audience was at
Brant's Hall last night, attracted thither by G-al
lagher's celebrated dieramic view of the burning
of Moscow. Tile terrible event which stands con
nected with- this place in history will never lose
its interest, for there the world's mightiest warrior,
sweeping stormfully across the astonished conti
nent, met the first check in his impetuous career,
and there the hitherto resistless tide of his succes
see was breasted and burled back upon him with
overwhelming effect. This splendid scene, together
with many new and beautiful dioptric paintings"
is announced for its last exhibition to-night. it
Gallagher, the renowned humorist and ventrilo
quist, will prtside over and diversify the entertain
ment in his peculiar and happy style.
Ow.—One hour lest by lying_ in bed in the
morning will put back all the bnehlem of the day.
One hour gained by rising early is worth one
month's labor in a year.
One diseased sheep will spoil a flock.
One evil-minded woman will dp more harm in a
neigborhood than any preacher can do good.
One good newspaper in a family will do more
good than stacks of books and birch rods.
One unruly animal will learn all the others bad
One dollar paid for the pse of a good horse and
buggy, sad as Sam. S. Davis keeps at his livery
stable on Pine street, rear of the Morgan House,
will be profitably invested. fi
FOUND DEowNED.—On Thursday evening the
body of a drowned man was found in the river,
near Reinarirs saw mill, a short distance above
Fairview. The coroner's inquest found a book in
the pocket of the unfortunate, bearing the name of
" , William H. Kelly, New Hartford, N. Y.," written
with ink. Two dagnerreotyPes, but little faded or
dimmed by the action of the water, were also on
his person—the one being that of a woman of
middle , age, and the other a young lady. The body,
which, judging from its decomposed and discolored
state, had been in the water many days, was in
terred in the Poor IDIOMS burying. ground. De
ceased was apparently about fifty years of age.—
His name ie supposed to be the same with that
found written in the book, and, if his residence is
at New Hartford, he belongs to Oneida county,
POLICE APPAlRs.—Before Alderman Kline
There were four arrests and .commitments yester
days all due to the mighty and eodUCtire influence
of "John Barleycorn."
Officer Essig arrested Joseph Rice on Third
sh•eot. It was yet early in the day, but Joseph
was drunk and disorderly nevertheless. Sent
Mary Toyota incorrigible and notorious offender,
was brought before the magistrate once more by
offtcer Olinek and committed thirty days for va
The romantic Florence Smith, an "old bird"
With sadly feted plumage, fell into the toile of
officer Essig, and was caged thirty days for va
grancy. The appearance of Florence was ex
u'emet9 disheveled and forlorn, and her counte
nance proclaimed her one of the "dissolutest of the
apirita that felL"
JOllll Essing was found drunk and disorderly on
Fourth street, and taken in charge by officer -Leib.
Sent to Firma tvrenty•fwar ban.
IhRRISBUP.G CEMETERY:—The contest for mana
gers of this corporation being over,a word or two in
relation to ite previous and future management, as
it cannot possibly harm the "chances" of any one,
may not be out of place. A "Let Holder" in your
paper takes exception, to some remarks in a previ
ous communication upon this subject, and sets up
the opinion of the board in relation to investments
against the 4corda of the charter. "Forethought,"
another writer, fancies an "original idea is ad
vanced" when an objection is made to the accumu
lation of a fund "to meet future expenses." If so,
the credit belongs to the gentleman who wrote
See. 5, of the charter of Feb. 14,180 ; and goes on
to state that "the period will arrive when we will
have no more lots to sell—when our sources of
revenue will be dried up," &a. Of course; when
all the lots are disposed of in the present cemetery,
and all charges for burial cease, revenue and ex
penses end. That is beyond dispute; but as long
as there is land in the direction of the rising sun,
the present generation need not contemplate this
catastrophe. And pow to the object of this com
The' original charter authorizes the oorporation
to hold 20 acres of land. The first purchase was
12 aerer, costing $1,571. Other lands were pur
chased as required, at low, rater, and lots sold
slowly, while the improvements kept reasonable
pace with the demand for them, and at no time
since 1855 has the corporation been in debt. It
was then able to pay for some 8 additional acres of
land 81,358. The point here is that land has risen
one third, while the price of lots, &c., have re
mained at the prices land sold for ;me ago, and
the corporation so excessively fearful of living up
to the requirements of the law that it has remained
about stationary in its style of management also,
saving money to purchase land,. riot .expending a
dollar to make attrao five that already in its hands.
The approaches have always been a disgrace to the
town, and, until very recently, a source of thoronh
terror to timid persons whom misfortune or sorrow
led to this solemn spot in inclement or wintry sea
sons. This should be remedied by the management
—some obvious ombellishments and improvements
made at once, else the contest justpassed will be re
sumed with greater.interest in the future, until the
lot holders living shall see the worth of their
The Cemetery compacty management, by their
published 'statement of the year, tell is that its
Treasurer has cash - - - - $621 32
United States Bonds - - - - 2,000 00
. Total - - • - - 2,621 32
But we are not inforined that' There fa
also held by the corperatioa of city
bonds . z - " - 3,000 00
A total of - - - - 5,021 32
Say with interest $6,000, and sinking into this
fund, as Rear as one can learn from its published
accounts, about $2,000 a year ! The income has
grown from $1,900 in 1854 to $3,700 in 1863; or,
in other words, doubled itself in 9 years. The
charter is specific against "aa accumulated fund,"
which your correspondents seem -to put so much
faith itt. Then what is to be done ?
Beautify, ornament the ground 4,; spend the
money we have judicimisly—or purchase more land,
as that appears to be the aim of the management
At any rate, spend the Money, as the oharter di
rects. Until the present land is drained and
brought into use r most folkg WM:ad der mere land
useless, unless indeed it is designed to absorb all
the land in the neighborhood, and then sell out et
Some who are out of the management, and do
not wish to be in, have as idea that $lO,OOO could
be well expended this summer in making improve
ments, and that an amendment in some other par
limiters relating to the affairs of the corporation
might be advantageous, and on behalf of such the
following suggestions are presented:
A Treasurer not a member of the board, with
proper security; a Superintendent not a member
of the board; a keeper and other necessary labor
ers to be appointed—all to be under the strict or
ders of the Board. The Secretary should not be
a member of the board, except without compensa
To keep up a continual fund, without violating
the charter, by a permanent accumulation, gradu
ate prices of lots, say something after this scale
A single interment at present rates ; single lots at
present price; two lots at an advance of one third
over price of single lot ; four lots a double advance
on the price of two; six lots an advance of one
half over the price of four ; eight lobs or more the
double of that, and so on. In all eases, certain
uniform improvements, costing a moderate sum,
to be made in two years on all lots; but to be no
bar to more ornate embellishments by any desi
ring to incur the expense.
A scale of this character would do no injury to
any portion of the community.; no one could tell
the ground of the poor one from that of the rich,
except in the space occupied ; would double the
income; afford living pay to necessary servants;
construct a chapel and dead house; additional
quarters for laborers ; enclose and drain the ground
substantially, and, above all, allow the Construc
tion of roads properly terraced and graded, for
which purpose a more beautiful and delightful
spot is not to be found on the face of the earth.
A CARD.—Bob Edwards has engaged the great
est danseusa in the world. She will make her first
appearance in this country on Monday night, June
the fith. 11.1 2 11 e Josephine Duerow is the very first
star dansense in the artistic world. Mr. Edwards
has seeured her from existing engagements at the
chief places of amusement in England. She re
ceives each week seventy-five dollars for her ser
vices, and has repeatedly refused On 6 hundred
dollars, on account of her legally drawn contract to
perform at the great Gaiety Music Hall. She is
the best female dancer in the world, With grati
tude for very liberal patronage bestowed upon Bob
Edwards' efforts to please the popular taste for
amusements, Edwards has spared no exertion nor
expense to procure for the patrons of the great
Gaiety a combination of beauty and talent utterly
unequalled in America. It is with a conscious
ness of the very great worth of the lady, and a
pride in having effected an engagement with her
in opposition to the exertions of every, considera
ble manager in the country. Emma De Martine,
the greatest tight rope denims° on the stage, and
George W. Archer, the great American globe and
slack rope performer, - late of Nixon's Cremorne
Gardens, are engaged and will shortly appear.—
For particulars see advertiSeinent. A great at
traction is offered at the Gaiety to-night. Every
one should see the female minstrels to-night.—
Come one, come all.
EXCURSION.—About noon on Thursday a
apselal train came in from Philadelphia, filled with
cfficers bf the Pennsylvania railroad, on an excur
sion to Niagara Falls and “all intermediate points."
The excursion has been contemplated for some
time. So many friends and business associates,
relieved from duty and thrown together on a jaunt
northward, cheered by the surroundings of such
glorious scenery and summer weather, cannot fail
of having a jubilant and rejuvenating time. They
will be reinforced as they progress through the up
river country by detachments of brother railroad
ers. It may be that there excursionist', carrying
business into pleasure,are going to take a look at
Canada, with a view of purchasing it for the cor
poration which they represent.
RESOLUTIONS OF RESFECT,—HARRifpuEarJune
4, IS6B.—The undersigned having been.appointed,
at the last stated meeting of Fulton Council No.
35, 0. L. A. M., a committee to draft resolutions
expressive of the feelings of said Council upon the
death of our late brother, Jacob Shoaffer, report
the following preamble and resolutions :
Whereas, It has pleased the Great Councillor of
the Universe to call from our midst, in the prime
of life, by the unrelenting hand of death, our friend
and brother Jacob Sheaffer, who by his many good
qualifies bad endeared himself to us :
And whereas, While we bow in humble submission
to the Divine will, we cannot hut mourn the loss
of one bound to us by the ties of brotherhood, and
sympathize with his family and friends ; therefore,
Resolved, That the members of Fulton Cour.-
oil No. 35, 0. U. A. M., deeply sympathize
with the bereaved widow and orphans cf our de
ceased brother Jacob Sheffer, in their affliction,
and would remind them of the consoling promise
that He who "tempers the wind to the shorn lamb"
will he the protector of the widow and the father
Resolved, That the Council chamber be clothed
in mourning for the period of thirty days.
Resolved, That a copy of the above, signed by
the proper officers', be transmitted to the widow.
Jim J. MICRAEL,
Wm. H. AWRY,
FIRE Dr GRAN /Man" ALLEY.—About one o'clock
yesterday morning the alarm of fire was sounded,
and in a short time all the fire bells in the city
were filling the air with their unmusical and un
welcome chimes. A house in Cranberry alley,
belonging to Mr. belle, and tenanted by a colored
family named Sibb, had kindled, and thd dames
were about ready to burst out; but they were soon
knocked out of time by a jet from some of le
nozzles, all the companies of the city being 9n
band with their respective "masheens." It is not
definitely ascertained in what way the fire origi
nated. The adjoining buildings are of wood. Wiih
a fair field and no outside interference, the devour
ing elements would have ( zobbled up" that Beath: in
in less time than it takes to eat a cut of ten-yeir
old beef steak.
FIRST WARD DEMOCRATIC CLUB.-A stated meet
ing of this club will be held at the ward housi,
(Louis Koonig's,) this evening, : at 'a o'clock. A.
generallurn-out of the pemocracy of the ward is
requested,as business of importance will be brougit
before the meeting. The Democrats from othtr
wards of the city are also invited to attend. Ay
order of the President.
4E0..1 1 . WEANEE, Ja., Sec'y,
WE have taken over on the Ist of April the
balance of goods bought of Mr. Roger, to`onr own
store, where we will continue to sell the balance
left at very low Prices, until the whole 'are sold.
Among . these. goods are
1,000 yards remnants delaine and calico, 10,48
and 20 cents. • f
500 yards remnants lawns and other dress goods,
1B,"18 and 20 cant's.
200 yards of barege and lustre, 20 and 25 costs.
1,000 yards of linen crash, 16, 18 and 20 ants.
100 yards of brown and grey cloth for motor
1,000 yards of linen, cotton and wool pants stuff,
300 dozen of the very best spool cotton, white
1,000 papers of th.i very best of Smith's needles,
5 cents a paper; also stockings, globes, pocket
handkerchiefs, hoop skirts, all zi lt4 of combs,
patent thsead, tapes, socks ' eitass by the dozed or
piece. We have also on hand yet about 10 pieces
of CAILPF/T, wltich we wily sell at 7$ cents per
20• pieces of straw matting, olkeup.
20 pieces of splendid figured window. curtains.
S. LEW Y.
GREAT BARGAINS.— Twenty 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, Coneigtirsg of a large stook .of three-ply In
grain, Venetian and Rag Carpets ; also, furniture
of all descriptions, at' twenty per cent less than
city prices, until the 15rn OF JUNE NEXT.
Second street above Locust
Pennsylvania Militia and Recruiting Claims,
United States pension, bounty, arrears of pay and
subsistence claims, &c., &c., made out and col-
looted by EUGENE SNYDER,
Attorney at Law, office, Third street, Harrisburg,
A CARD TO THE LADIES.
DR. DUPONCO'S GOLDEN PILLS
Infallible in Correcting, Regulating and Removing all
Obstructions, from tokatetet eauss, and always •
successful as a Prescott:re. •
These PILLS have been used by the Doctors for many
years, both in France and America, with unparalleled
success in every case ; and he is urged by manythonsand
ladies who used them, to make the Pills public for the
alleviation of those suffering frcra 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 eantiorked
against these Pills while in that condition, as they are
sure to produce mie carriage, and the proprietor assumes
no responsibility after this admonition, although their
mildness would prevent any mischief to health—Other.
wise the Pills are recommended. Frill and explicit di
rections accompany each box. Price $l.OO per box.
Sold, wholesale and retail, by CHARLES A. BANN
TART, Druggist, No. 2 Jones how, and C. K. KELLER,
Druggist, Harrisburg, Pa.
Ladled; by sending them $l.OO to the Harrisburg
Post Office, can have the Pills sent free of observation
to any part of the country (confidentially) and "free of
postage" by mail.
Sold also by J. L. LEMERROZR, Lebanon; J. A. WOLF,
Wrightsville; E. T. Mu.xua York; S. ELLIOTT,
lisle; J. 0. ALTIOK, J.BPANGLini, Main
bersburg ; 8. S. WILD, NOWFI e ; A. J.KLIIFFMAN, Me
chanicsburg; BROWN & BROTHER, No. 4, South Liber
ty street, Baltimore ; and by c-one Druggist' , in very
town and city throughout the United States.
HALL & MICHEL,
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. Hawe.
All others are a base imposition and unsafe; therefore,
ae you value your lives and health, to say nothing of
being humbugged out of your money,) bay 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. ill do all
claimed for them. B. D. HOWE,
iyl7-dly Sole Proprietor, New York.
IMPORTANT TO FEMALES.
'The combination of ingredients in these Pills are the
result of a long and extensive practice. They are mild
hi Ike'r operation, and certain in eorreetlnc 11l irregn
-3ao ties), painful maustrnation, removingall obstructions
whether from cold or otherness, headache, pai In the
ride, palpitation of the heart, whi tee, all neryousaftec
tions, hysterics, fatigue, pain in th 4back syclimbe,
&c., disturbed sleep, which arias from internal& of
DH. cIiBESIMUN 5 RILLS
was the commencemen • abet e' stalimtteat;metot
those irregularities and ebnemeti tls3 km?‘, eon:
Mined SO many to a piristee rep a Mitlialtean
enjoy good health artless she is regular, and whenever an
obstruction takes place the general health begins to de
DR. CHRESEMAIWS PILLS
are the most effectual remedy ever known for all com
plaints peculiar to Females. To all asses they are
invaluable, inducing, with eertainty,periodieai regraar
ity. They are known to thousands,who have usedthem
at different periods, throughout the eonntry, having the
sanction 9f VMS) Qr the meet eminent Physicians .se
Rxpticit directions, stating when they should net be
semi, with each li9g.-09 trice Ono Dollar per Box,
containing from SO to Oil Pills,
Pille sent by mail, promptly, by remitting to the
Agents. Bold by Druggiste generally.
H. B. BITTCHINCIS, Proprietor,
30 Cedar street, new York.
Bold in Harrisburg, by 0. A. Bannvart.
" Mechanicsburg by J. B. Dellett.
" 41 / 4 0/d e: by B.
" Bhlppensburg, by D. W. Rankin,
Obambersburg, by Miller & Hershey.
Rtunmelstown, by George Wolf.
Lebanon, by George Ross. deetki&wly
MOTHERS! MOTHERS! v.• 310--
TITERS ! ! !—Donq fail to procure Mrs. WINSLOW'S
Soothing Syrup for Children Teething. This valuable
preparation is the prescription of oneof the best female
physicians and nurses in the United States, and has been
used for thirty years with never failing safety and suc
cess by millions of mothers and children, from the fee
ble infant of one week old to the adu.t.
It not only relieves the child from pain, tut invigo
rates the stomach and bowels, corrects acidity, and
gives tone and energy to the whole system. It will al
most instantly relieve GRIPING IN THE BOWELS AND
WIND COLIC. We believe it the best and surest remedy
in the world in all cases of Dysentery and Diarrhea in
Children, whether it arises from teething or from any .
Fall directions for Whig will accompany each bottle.
None geaulne unless thefirc .6i/rate of CVRTIS c PER
KINS, New York, is on the outside wrapper,
Sold by all Medicine Dealers. Principal Office, 48 Dey
street, New York. Price only 25 cents per bottle.
AYER'S COMPOUND EXTRACT SARSA.
RILLA.—No one remedy is more needed in this country
than a reliable Aiterative,lut the sick have been so out
rageously cheated by the worthless preparations of Sar
saparilla abroad that they are disgusted even with the
name. Yet the drag cannot be blamed for the imposi-
Dors from which they have suffered. Moat of the co.
called Sarsaparillas in the market contain little of the
virtues of Sarsaparilla or anything else They are mete
slops—inert and worthless, while a concentrated extract
of the active variety of Sarsaparilla compounded with
pock, Stillingia, lodiria, ete„ is, as it ever will be, a
powerful alterative mid an effectual remedy. Such is
byer's Xiitract of Sarsaparilla, as its truly wonderful
cures of the great variety of complaints which require
an alterative medicine have abundantly shown. Do not,
therefore, discard this invaluable medicine, because you
have been imposed upon by something pretending to be
Sarsaparilla, while it was not. When you have used
AvEß's—then and not till then, will you know the vir
tues of Sarsaparilla. For minute particulars of the
diseases I t cures, we refer you to Ayer's American Alma
nac, which the agents below named will furnish gratis
to all whet call for it.
AYES'S CATIZARTIS PILLS—for the cure of Costiveness,
.Taundice, Dyspepsia; Indigestion, Dysentery, Foul
Stomach, Headache, Piles, Rheumatism, Heartburn
arising from diFordered stomach, Pain Or Morbid
rf the Bowes, Flatulency, Loss of Appetite, Liver
Comptuba, Dropsy, Worms, Gout, Acura/gm, and for
a Dinner Pill.
They are sugar-coated, so that the moat sensitive can
take them pleasantly, and they are the beet Aperient
in the world for all the purposes of a family physic.
Price 25 cents per box. Five boxes for $l.
Do not be put off by unprincipled dealers with other
preparations which they make more profit on. Demand
AVM's and take no others. The sick want the best aid
there is for them, and they should have it.
Prepared by La. J. O. AYER, & Co. , Lowell,liass.
Bold by C. Chtin &Co (l. K. SAL.
LER, J. BONGARDNER, Da. MILKS and L.. WYWPIL
risburg, and dealers everywherF. je4-d&w2m
DR. :TOBIAS' VENETIAN LINI
MENT has given univarial satisfaction during the four
teen years it has been introduCed Into the United States.
After being tried by milllions, it has been proclairtied
the pain destroyer of the world. Pain cannot be where
this liniment is applied. If need as directed it cannot
and never has failed in a single instance, For colds,
eciughe End •trifluenza'-, it; can't 'be; beat. 0ne . 25 cent
bottle will cure all the above, besides being lawful in
ovary family for sudden accidents, inch as burns, cuts,
scalds, Insect stings, &c. It is .perfectly innocent to
take internally, and canbe given to the oldest person or
youngest child.. Price 25 and bO cents • a bottle
Sold bran Drukgiete. Office, 56 Certain street,
je4•d&wlm ' New York
Brandreth , ,s Pipis; New
BRANDRETIPS PILLS, Op: STYLE,
b'RAND.RETIf'S PILLS, NEW STYLE,
ERANnkrtz - rs .TILLS, NEW STYLE,
Are infallible for cost:veness, spites:Ls, loss of appetite,
sick headache, giddiness, sense of bloiting after mesh,
dizziness, drowsiness, and entreping pales; and all dis
orders of the stomach and bowels.
ONE OF MANY CARES
t Original Letter at 294 Canal Ntreet, New York ;
J. I. C. COOK, publisher of the State Danner, Ben
nington; Vt., says he was attacked•. with DYSPEPSIA,
and suffered So !severely from it, that not a particle of
food could be swallowed without occasioning the most
uncomfortable sensation in hie stomach. For five years
he suffered from this dreadful complaint, when he need
BEANDRETII I 3 PILLS. The first box did not seem to
benefit him much, but the second produced a change,
and by the time he had taken six boxes, a COMPLETE
CURE was effected.• lie says: "My dyipepsia was gone,
and my expectations of an early death vanished."
ASK FOR MM., STYLE.
ASK POE NEW STYLE.
AIR FOR NEW STYLE.
ASK FOR NEW STYLE.
Principal office, 291 Canal street, New York.
For sale in Harrisburg by GEO. U. BELL
To Horse Owners.
Dr. Sweet's Infallible Liniment for Horses
is unrivaled by any, and in all cases of Lameness, ari
sing from Sprains, Bruises or Wrenching, its effect is
magical and certain. Harness or Saddle Galls , Bexatoh
es, Mange, &c., it will also cure speedily. Spavin and
Bingbone may be easily.prevented and cured In their
incipient stages, bAt confirmed cases are beyond the
possibility of a radical rare. No case of the kind, how
ever, is so desperate or hopeless hat it may be alleviated
by this Liniment, and ice faithful application will at
ways remove the Lameness, and enable the horse to
travel with comparative ease.
Every hnrse owner should have this remedy at hand,
for its timely use at the first appearance of Lameness
will effectually prevent those formidable diseases men
tioned, to which all horses are liable, and which render
so many otherwise valuable horses nearly worthless.
flee ad vertiEement ap2o eow•d&w
GAIETY MUSIC HALL!
WALNUT aTREET, BELOW THIRD.
808 EDWARDS ...... Sole Proprietor.
J. G. 11. SHOREY; Stage Manager.
OPEN .VERY EVENING.
Still the rush unabated to see the beautiful
Emma and Edith Whitting,
Gaze on the monster
Opening Chorus Company
Favorite Song Nellie Seymour
Bully for Uncle ham— J. G. H. Shorey
Minnie Dell Emma Whiting
She's Some Pumpkins...- Billy Ward
Mother, Is the Battle Over ?.....Julia Edwards
Anvil Chorus, with trip hammer effect, intro
ducing the smart boys and the lazy appren
Ballad Emma Whiting
Dance Edith Whiting
Song and Dance (Original) J. G. Shorey
Ballad . ' Nellie Seymour
Stop Dat Mule Shorey and Ward
Overture • Full Band
Favorite Song Emma Whiting
GAILY THE TROUBADOUR,
Shorey, Carle, DeMarbelle and Ward
Fancy Dance. Edith Whiting
Ballad Nellie Seymour
Zingarilla Emma Whiting
Comic Song Billy Ward
Champion Jig Johnny Carl
Irresistible Polka Edith Whiting
The whole to conclude with the Laughable and
Side splitting Farce
ADVERTISING FORA WIFE.
Ebenezer Mr. DeMarbelle
Dibble (Undo to Ebenezer) Billy Ward
Little J. G. IL Shore ) ,
Peter.............................................. J. Carl
Emma Emma Whiting
Mn: Dibble Nellie Seymour
The Thole under the management of the Far-
The favorite - original jester
of negro comicalities
Admission Only 10 Cents.
NOT _4RT_T - M DRINK!
A highly Concentrated Vegetable Extract,
A, PURE TONIC THAT WILL RELINE THE AF
FLICTED AND NOT MAKE DICONEARDL
WILL kFFECTUALLY and TrlOn` CERTAINLY CURE
ALL DItEASES ARE:ING FROM
A Disordered Liver, Stowaeh or
Thonaanda of out citizena are aufferinz from DYSPEP
SIA. and LIVER. DISEASES. and to whom tie Mowing
questiune apply—ne guarantee
HOOPLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS
WILL CURE THEM.
Dyspepsia and Liver Disease.
Do you rise with a coated tongue mornings, with bad
taste in the mouth and I oor appetite for breakfast? Do
you 1,-el when you first get up so weak and languid you can
scarcely get about? Do rtt have ilisziaessin the head at
times, and oiten a dullness, with headache occasionally ?
Are your bowels coati ve and inegular, and appetite change
able Do you ilnow op wind from, the stooa.eh, aid do
you ewell up often ? Do yon feel a fulness after eating,
and a sinking when the st - mach is empty ? Do yen have
heartburn occasionally ? D r you feel low spirited, and
look on the dark Fide of thugs? Are you not unusually
nervous at times ? Do you not become restless, and often
lay until midnight before ycu can go to sleep ? and then at
times, don's yen feel dull and sleepy most of the time ?
Is your akin dry end scaly ? also salow ? In short, is not
your life a burtken, full of forebcdiur ?
Itootland , s German Bitters
- -Will cure every case of
CHRONIC OR •NERNOIIB-- DEBILITY, DES PASE OF
TIIE KIDNEY.S. AND DISEASES ARISING
FROM A DISORDERED STOMACH.
Observe the following Symptoms resulting from
Disorders of the Digestive Organs :
Constipation, Inward Piles. Fulnes or Blood to the Head,
Acidity of the Stomach, Nausea, Heartburn, Disgust
for Food, Fulness or Weight in the Stomach, tour
Erueations, Sinking or Fluttering at the Pit of tbe
Stomach, Swimming of tt.e Head, Hurried and
Difficult Breathing, Fluttering at the Heart,
Choking or eufrocating Beneath:mei, when in
a lying. posture, Dimness of V,sion, Dots
or Webs before the Sight, Fever and
Dull - Pain in the Head, Deficiency of •
Perspiration, Yellownets of the
Skin and Eyes, Pain in the Side,
Back. Chest, Limbs, dcc., &c.
Sudden Flushes of Heat,
Burning is the Flesh,
Con'tant Imaginings oz
Evil, and great De
pression of Spirits.
A.Businc ss Manager.
DR. C. M.
There are many preTarations sold under the name of
Bitters, put up in quart bottles, compounded or the cheap
est whisky or common ram, eoStitig from 20 to 40 cents
per gallon; the taste diagnistd by Anis* or Coriander seed.
This class. of. Bitters bits caused, and - will continue to
cause, as long as they can be sold, hundreds to die the
death of the drunkard. By their use the System is kept
continually nuilerithe laildetica of Lechoie Ittininlente of
the wont kind, the desire for Live* is created and kept
tip, and the result is, all the horrors attendant upon a
drunkard's life and death. • .
For those who della - and wilt have a liqUor Bitters, we
publish the following re.leipt : - Oct One Bottle Hoojiand's
Gelman Bitters and mix with Three Quarts of good
Brandy or IVi.i•ky, , andithereault will be a preparat on
that will far excel in medicinal virtues and true exee'lenee
any of the numerous liquor Bitters in the market, and
wig cost much-less. You will have all ttai virtues of
Hoolland , s Bitters in connection vith a good article of
Liquor, at a much leas price thin these klerior prepara
tions will cost you.
Hootland's German Bitters
WILL , • GIVII YOU
A -0-00 D APPETI-TE,
• WILL GIVE YOU
STRONG HEALTHY NERVES,
WILL GIVE YOU
Brisk and Energetic feelings,
WILL VNAELE YOU TO
AND WILL POSITIVELY PENVENT
YELLOW FEVER. BILIOUS FEVER,
Tho a suffering
From Broken down and Delicate Constitutions,
From wh-never cause, either in
MALE OR FEMALE,
WJ LL FIND IN
ROOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS
11P+7s LI . is ho L7_As 3-1 ---ill
That will restore thsru to their usual health. gads hes
been the ease in thousands of instancea, and a fair trial is
but required to prove the assertion
THAT THESE BITTERS ARE
AND NOT INTENDED AS A
The Proprietors have thousands of letters from the most
L &IV YERS,
Testifying of `heir own personal knowledge, to the bane
flcial and maikaal virtues of these Bitters.
Frew Mer, J Newton Brown, D. D., editor of Bncyclo:
pedia of Religions KnowleAge.
Although not dispos•-a to faro* or recommend Pat
ent Medicines in general, through distrust of their ingre
dients and effects, i yet know of no sufficient reasons
why a man may not testify to the betielite be believes
himself to have received iron any simple preparation,
in the hope that be may thus contribute to the benefit
Ido thie more readily in regard to "Ifootlan eerniat
Bitters," prepared by Dr. O. M. Jackson. of tide city.
because I was prejudiced against them for years, unite,
the impression that they were chiefly an alcoholic mix
ture. lam indebted to my friend, Robert Ohmmeter,
&sq., for the removal of this prejudice by proper test.,
and for encouragement to try them when suffering from
great and long continued debility. The nee of thr. e
bottles of these Bitters, at the beginning of the presort
year, was followed by evident relief and restoration to
degree of bodily and mental vigor which I had net ft .t
for six months before, and had almost despaired of re•
gaining. I therefore thank God and my friend for it -
rooting me to the use of them.
J. NEWTON BROWN.
Phi'adelphia, June 23, 1881.
KIDNEYS and BLADDER,
In Deng or Aged, Male or Female, •
speedily removed, and the patient restored to health-
Thooe Guff-riog from MARASSIIIS, wasting away, with
scarcely any 11 ,, 5h en their bones, are cared in a very short
time ; one bottle in each cages will have a most surprising
V-iIE - 3 11 riii 0-11k.Niehizi
Havine suffering children as above, and wishing to raise
them, will never regret the day they commenced with
LITERARY MEN; -STUDENTS,
And those working hard with their brains, should I
way a keep a bottle of HOOFLAND'S ElT'Pfilll3 near
them, as they will find much benefit from its nee, to both
mind and body, invigorating and not deproasing.
IT IS NOT A LIQUOR STIMULANT,
And leaves no prostration
AND THE FRIENDS OF SOLDIERS.
We'call the atter.t'on of all having telatione or friends
in the army to the fact that o HOWLAND'S German Bit.
tars" will cure nine-tenths of the diseases induced by ex
posures and privations incident to camp life. In the lists,
published almost daily in the newspapers, on the arrival
of the qck, it will be noticed that a very large proportion
are suffering from debLity. Every case of that kind can
be readily cured by Hooliand•a German Bitters. We have
no hesitation in stating that if these Bitters were freely
used among our soldiers. hundreds of lives might he eared
that otherwise would be lost.
The proptieters are dally receiving thankful letters from
suff-rera in the army and hospitals, who have been restored
to health by the use of these Bitters, sent to them by their
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS!
See that the Signature of C. M. Jackson
is on the WItifFEB of each Bottle.
MOE PEE BOTTLE 75" CENTS,
OR HALF DOZEN for $4 00
Should your nearest druggist not have the article, do not
be put off by any of the intoxicating preparations that
may be offered in ire Place; bat send to 134 ; 8 4 1 4 we will
forward, securely packed, by express.
Principal 011ie° and Manufactory,
No. 631 ARCH ST.
N 311 eAs 31i1
(Swenson to O. M. JAMISON & Co_,)
Nor sale by Druggists and Dealers in every town In
the United States may 24 dy
SU MAIER ARRANGEMENT.
NEW AIR LINE ROUTE.
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MIEE TRAM DAILY TO NEW YORE.
ON AND AFTER MONDAY, April 20,1608, the Pas•
'anger Trains will leave the Philadelphia and Reuling
Railroad Depot st Harrisburg, far New Work and PMI
- as follows, vie:
11XPRI120 LINN leaves Harrisburg at 2.16 a. m.,
arrival of Pennsylvania Railroad Express Train from
the West, arriving . in New York at 9.16 a. an., and at
Philadelpidat at 9.20 a.'m. A sleeping car is attached
to the train through from Pittsburg without change.
MAIL TRAIN leaves Hartleleurg at 8.00 a. m., ar
riving in Now York at 5.80 p. in., and at .0111delpido
at 1.60 p.m.
PAST LINE leaves Harrisburg id 100 p. m., on ar
mid of Pennsylvania Railroad Fast Mail, arriving In
New York at 10.26 p. in., and Philadolpida at 7.00 p.m.
PAK' LINE leaves New York at 8.00 a. in., sad PURL.
&aphis, at 8.16 a. in., arriving at Harrisburg at 1.20 p. in.
MAIL TRAIN leaves New York at 12.00 noon, end
Tbllsoelphis. wt. 240 p. ai. , Arriving at Harrisburg at 8.20
EXPRESS LINE leaves New York at 7.00 p. m., sr
riving at Harrisburg at 1.45 a. m., and connecting eritk
the Pennsylvania Express Train for Pittsburg. A sleep
ing car is also attached to this train.
Connections are made at Harrisburg with train" onthe
Pennsylvania, Northern Central and Cumberland Valley
Rai'made, cud at /tooling for rbilwao/phlo, rgoitaTiney
Wilkesbarre, Allentown, Easton, &e.
Baggage checked through. Pare between New York.
and Harrisburg, $5.16; between Harrisburg and Etia•
delphia, s3atin No. 1 cars, and $3.00 in No. 2.
For tickeirand other Information apply to
J. I. CLYDE, General Agent,
N ORTHERN CENTRAL RAILWAY.
SUMMER TIME TABLE.
Three daily trains to and from Baltimore and Wash
iggtop ojkty. Connections made with trains on Penn
sylvania Railroad to and from Pittsburg and the West
two, trains daily to and from the North and Wee
Branch, gnminehatima, Elmira and all Northern New
ON AND AFTER MONDAY, APRIL 20, 1883, the
Passenger Traius of the Northern Central Railway will
arrive and depart from Harrisburg and Beltitaore 1111
MAIL TRAIN leaves Sunbury daily (except Sunday;
at 10.10 a. 'la.; leaves Has:risturg at 1.10 p. and as
rives at Baltimore at 6.2.5 p. m.
EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Bitaloi}Ty daily (except Sun
day) at 11.07 p. leaves Harrisburg (except Monday;
at 2.00 a. m., and arrives at. Baltimore daily (except
Monday) at 615 a. m.
HABR) SBURG ACCOMMODATION TRA/51 leave
Harris'ag daily at 6.30 a. in.
. MAIL TRAIN leaves. Baltimore claily(exceptifundoy
at 9.15 a. In., Ilarrisbrirg at 1.15 in., and arrives al
Banbury at 4.05 p. in.
EXPRESS TRAIN leaves _Baltimore daily at 0.15 p.
m., arrives at Ilarrisbuig.at 1.35 a "m., and leaves Hat
risburg daily (except Monday) at 3,00 a. m.,suad arrival
at Sunbury at 5.38 a. m.
.11ARRTS1113RG ACCOMMODATION' TRAIN leaver
Baltimore daily (except Sunday) at 2.55 p. m., and
rive, at Harrisburg at 7.80 p.m.
For farther information apply at the °Mee, in Pen
Sylvania Railroad Depot. J. N. DoBARRY,
rsarrisbur g , April 20, 180S-dtf
SUMMER TIME TABLE!
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FIVE GAINS DAILY TO & FROM PHILADELPHIA
ON AND AFTER
MONDAY, APRIL 20, 1863,
The Passenger Trains of the Pennsylvania Railroad
Company will depart from and arrive at Sarrillourg nd
Philadelphia as follows :
THROUGH EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Harrisburg
daily at 2.00 a. m., and arrives at West Philadelphia at
16.10 a. m.
PAST LINE leaves Harrisburg daily (except Monday)
at 6.45 a. m.. and arrives at Went Philadelphia at 9.61
a. m. Passengers take breakfast at Lancaster.
WAY ACCOMMODATION, via Mount Joy, leaves
Harrisburg at 7.00 a. in., and arrives at West Philadel
phia at 12.0.6 p. m.
VAST RAM TRAIN leaves Harrisburg daily (ex
cept Sunday) at 1.00 p. In., and arrives at West Phila
delphia at 5.00 p. m.
HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, via do
lurabia, leaves Harrisburg at 4.00 p. m., stud arrives OR
West Philadelphia at 8,30 p, m.•
BALTIMORE EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Illarrisbot
daily (exc"pt Monday) at 200 a. m ; Altoona.l7./t•
-tyke breakfast, and arrives at Pittsburg at 12,
PHILADELPHIA EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Har
burgdaily at 3.00 a. m.. Altesna at 8 00 a.m., take break
feat, and arrive, at Plttelmrg at 12 30 p. m,
MAIL TRAIN leaves garrialarg at 1.15 p. m., AI•
loons at 7.15 p. m., take slipper, and arrives at Pittsburg
at 12.30 a. in.
FAST LINE leaven Harrisburg 3,50 r, in,. / Altoona
13.85 p, nx. 7 and arrives at Pittsburg at I.ooa.
HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION TRAM /oPire.
Philadelphia at 2.30 p. m. , and arrives at Harriabarg at
8.00 p. m.
WAY ACCOMMODATION TRAIN leaves Philadel
phia at 4.00 p. w., and arrives at llarriebutt at 0.40
p. m. This train rune via Mount soy.
SAMURIA D. YOUNG,
Superintendent Middle Div. Paul& R. R.
Trarriebure, April 16,1853 —dtf
DEILADELPIIIA & ERIE RAIL
' ROAD.—This great line traverses the Northern
and Northwest counties of Pennsylvania to the city of
Erie, on Lake Erie.
It has been leased by the Pennsylvania Rail Bead
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 'For (177
miles) on the Eastern Division, and from Sheffield to
Erie, (78 miles) on the Western Division. • -
TIME OF PASSENGER TRAINS AT n . ) .e.rq
Mail Train.,... 1.15 a. m. Express Train.. 5.00 a. m.
Care run through without change both wnye on the e
trains between Philadelphia, and Lock Raven; and
tweee Baltimore and Loek Raven.
Elegant Sleeping Cars on Express Trains tk ways
between Williamsport and Baltimore, and WiliiamapOrt.
For informatioh respecting Passenger bminem appl
at the B. E. oor. llth and Market streets.
And for Freight business of the Company's Agents
B. B. Kingston, Jr., cm. 13th and Market etre
T. W. Reynolds, Brie.
J. M. Drill, Agent N. C. It. It., Denim
H. H. HOITEITON,
Gen'i Freight Act. Phil's.
LEWIS L. ROUT,
Oen'l Ticket Agt.,
JOB. D. POTTS,
Gen'l Manager, Williamsport.
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