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Losr.—Between Rerr's Hotel and Camp Curtin,
a pocket book, containing a sum of money and
valuably papers. The finder will be liberally re
warded, on returning the same to Capt. Geo. W.
P. Davis, Second street above Pine.
Yonne Man, To Anus !—There wiR be a meeting
li the young men of Harrisburg this ( Friday )
morning at 10 o'clock, at the Exchange, Walnut
street, for the purpose of organizing a company for
at, defense of the city. By order.
Roost. l o rsursoossirs. — Two retool officers, Cap
tured near Hancock, Md., and taken thence to
Redford, N o w ays cent here day before yesterday
by Marshal Kellogg; and are now confined at this
poet. They will .probably be sent east for ex
change. The names of the two lieutenants are
g. p, kniokley yid William Triplett, and they
belong to the 78th Virginia cavalry.
Pawns or TRI VlCTlRANS.—Yesterday after
noon the company of the old soldiers of the war of
1811, lately entrained in this place. paraded our
streets, fully armed and ready for the fray. The
route of the procession was from the place of ren
dezvous at the Court House to the Market street
bridge, thence down to Harris' grave, thence up
Second and back to the Court House. They meet
again this morning at half past eight o'clock.
PATRIOTISM 011 a IPHIC BILL.—The clerks and em
ployees mord in the different departments of
the State government yesterday organised a com
pany at the Capitol, tendered their services to the
Governor, and were.aceepted. This very prietical
demonstration of loyalty took the Governor by
surprise, and it proves that the employees of the
Commonwealth, while enjoying her bounty, are at
the same time willing to battle for her dignity and
Unrouvotraw Acernawr.—A young man named
Landis, a resident of Middletown, and a machinist
in tie Eagle Works in this plaee, met with an un
fortunate mishap yesterday. While at work at a
lathe, his right hand got entangled in the ma
chinery, brushing the three middle fingers to such
an 4.-atett4l4 to feeder amputation necessary, The
unlucky individual was taken to the office of Dr.
Dock, chloroform was administered, and the ope
ration successfully performed.
CAIINCROSS AND DEEZY.-Our readers will regret
to learn that this deservedly popular troop of min
strels took their departure for Philadelphia yester
day. Tba woes ivitieh led to this step are to be
found in the excited and uncertain condition of
affairs here, which was liable at any time to take
a turn which would subject the company to a more
prolonged stay in, our midst than their arrange
meats contemplated. Their performances here
were very largely attended and very successful.
We hope to have Carncross back when this cruel
raid is over, if not sooner.
TABLE OF DISTANCEJL—The following table of
distances on the Cumberland Valley road, from
Iturkbparg to Hagerstown, was compiled by our
boat Mend across the way, find is hereby ireonfis
sated" for tike use of our readere :
Bridgeport - - -
Shiremanstown - 5 1
ilechaniosbarg - - 9
Kingston - - - 13
Middiesot - - - 151
Carlisle - 18'
Good Hope - - 23
Allestown - - 26:
Newville - - - 311
FIRST WARD MILITIA.—At Seven o'clock last
evening this company, under command of Captain
Weidman Forster and Lieut. John Nevins, made
their first parade. It Is composed of the very best
material of the city, mentally and financially, and
is hard to- beat physically. In its ranks we ob
served some of our most prominent lawyers, finan
ciers and business men. All were armed with
muskets, and all kept very good time to the rub:a
dub of the drummer. Although known as the
First Ward Militia, the company is made up of
/mufti from most of the different wards. They
broke ranks in the market house, to meet again
this morning at 8 o'clook. .
THE WAY TO Do Ir.—Pittsburg IS a live city.—
In whatever they undertake, they"mean busi
ness." They have been engaged recently in forti
fying their town, and to that end all other business
was suspended, the stores and factories all closed,
slid the men weal into the trenehes with their
sleeves rolled up. Au actual count of the number
thus engaged on Tuesday shows that it consider
ably exceeded ten thousand. Six hills have been
strongly fortified, and heavy guns mounted on the
works. The city and surrounding country has
furnished the troops to man these guns and hold
the works, and the invitation is now extended to
Macduff to "came on."
A Nom TUN* Cone*ay.—Captain Ed. De Rens
desiring to make himself useful in this emergency,
wishes to raise * company of skirmishers, and calls
upon the young men of the city to come forward
and enroll themselves that they may be properly
drilled for the service. Captain De Ben has been
engaged for 18 years In Europe and 12 years in
this country, as drill master in military schools
and camps in active service. Young men of this
town have now a rare opportunity to perfect them
selves in military tactics, and to make themselves
useful to their country under an experienced leader.
We most heartily recommend Captain De Rue to
the public. He can be found at Omit's Hotel,
corner of Third and Walnut streets, at any hour Of
FLAG PRISENTATION.—WO arc indebted to Mr.
Reyes, the gentlemanly agent of Nixon's duns, an
invited guest on the occasion, for the following
particulars : A beautiful silk Sag Was presented to
the Philadelphia Police Corps, who so promptly
responded to the call for the defence of our State,
by their fellow associates. A neat did eloquent
presentation speech, by J. D. Watson, Esq.; of the
North American, was appropriately responded to
by the recipient, G. R. Smith, Esq., who received
it in behalf of tie.!, Corps. After the presentation
the company retired to the barracks of the Corps,
and partook of a handsome collation. Dr. Galla
gher, of the Blue Reserves, being called upon, gave
the following toast : "The Philadelphia Police
Corps—lf they meet they rebels may their Cap
tain rhovrathens their beat."
PABORANit OF THE Waß.—Our artist friend,
Mr. Harry Davis, is announced to exhibit his
grand moving panorama of the Southern Rebel-
Ibn for one week at Brant's Hall, commencing on
next Monday night, 29th inst. The numerous ad
mirers of Mr. Davis' artistic taste and skill will
eagerly embrace this opportunity of examining
his master piece, which has received the encomi
ums of connoisseurs and lovers of fine art in all
sections of the ceunta7. Ic is in one grand
panoramic view all the wondrous and stirring
scenes that have marked the progress of the
mighty drama noW, rocking this continent from
centre to circumference. The thunder and light
ning of battle, the shack of arms, the glittering
sabres, the charging columns, the victory, the re-
Pulse—all these stand forth hi vivid runty on the
canvass, instinct with life and esergy.',:ktaixhi
bition so full of interest will not fail to attract a
full share of patronage. See advertisement.
Oakville - - - - 34
Shippenaburg - - 41
Scotland - - - - 47
lehambersisurg - - 52
Marion - - - - 38
enematalo . . . 63
iState Line - - - 6S
Morgantown - - - 70
Hagerstown - - - 74
CAPTURED AND PAROLED.—The Cumberland
correspondent of the Lancaster Express was cap.
tured by the advance rebel cavalry, a short distance
this side of Greencastle, on the occasion of their
first raid down to Chambersburg. He was mounted
at the time, and was just rising out of the village,
not suspecting that the rebels were any nearer
than Hagerstown, when they came upon him with
a yell. He put spurs to the colt, and led his pur
suers a regular John Gilpin chase for about two
miler, the bullets from their carbines singing past
his ears all the while. Coming to a narrow bridge,
he found a carriage standing on it and filling up
the track. This stopped his career, and in a mo
ment the robs bad surrounded him. They took
their prisoner bask to Greencastle, where they
confiscated big fine horse, $4BO in motley, and a
valuable gold watch and chain. Fie was then Pa
roled and told to go. He footed it to Chambers
burg, and while on his way had jgood opportu •
nity of seeing the rebel forces as they overtook
and passed him.
The entire force did not exceed sixteen hundred,
without any artillery. He did not know what
force wax in reserve at Hagerstowa. lieNtil were
scouring the country in every direction, stealing
horses and cattle. All work was suspended, and
hundreds of farmers have not a hone left to plow
their corn or haul in their' hay and grain. The
rebels sent all the horses and contrabands they
could find down to Hagerstown. Whi►e a train
was piecing through Greencastle a few citizens of
that place re-captured it, taking the rebel guard
prisoners_ The rebs afterwards threatened to
burn the town unless the train was restored, but
the citizens refused, and the contrabands had all
left for the mountains. While at Chambersburg,
they stole many hones, and bought goods with
Confederate scrip, which their officers afterwards
bought up at a ilicount with greenbacks, of which
they had an whandatee. The correspondent says
that two or throe thousand men amid have pre'
vented the raid, and saved the country a world of
loss and inconvenience.
TEE Tem OF SBRY/CE.—Considerable misunder
standing and confusion still prevails among the
militia in regard to the term of service which will
be required of those enlisting for State defence in
the Department of the Sasquehanna. Although
the matter has been definitely explained and set
tled by the Governor, there are a good many who
are at sea in regard to it, and who, fearing that
when once mustered in they may be held for an
indefinite period of time by the general govern
ment, will not venture farther until they see their
way clear, Many unjust strictures are ignotantly
made upon the Governor and Gen. Couch relative
to this matter, when the fact is that they made the
safest and most .satisfactory arrangement for the
speedy return of the volunteers to their homes.—
In regard to what is required of those now enlist
ing, the following letter from Governor. Curtin to
Captain R. J. Neves, of Lancaster city, is as ex
plicit as any man could desire :
Islannisnuact, Pa., June 22;1862.
"Caprarx : With the approbation of the gov
ernment at Washington, fully expressed, the term
of service of the milititt ender existing enlist is
referred to to judgment.
"They are called to service in the military de
partment of the Susquehanna, and for the emer
gency, and, as Governor of the State, I will return
the troops to their homes when, in my judgment,
the emergency has expired.
"Capt. R. J. Wayne."
The Governor is thus pledged, upon bls. faith
and honor, to recall from service the defenders of
the State as soon as her immediate danger shall
have passed away, and he way be implicitly re
lied upon for the fulfillment of his promise both
in letter and spirit. Volunteers are required to
be mustered into the service of the United States
simply because that in this way only can they be
justly entitled to the advantages and benefits be
longing to that service.
ISN'T IT A PITY.TIII3 New York Wortd says
that when the Loyal League evacuated Harrisburg
at the approach of poor Milroy's wagon train, they
were cheered ironically, by the stay-at-home crowd
assembled it the depots, whereat one of the valiant
Leaguers exclaimed "It'd all very well for you
copperheads to remain behind to receive your
friends," weaning Lee's army, "but if you fellows
were loyal 'citizens, yon would skedaddle too !"
Isn't It a pity that Loyal League loyalty le not
more prevalent? and . had not Governor Seymour
better stop sending copperhead regiments over to
Pennsylvania and up the Cumberland valley to
"receive their friends" from the Confederacy ?
Bah! Parson Brownlow, the Jupiter Tontine of
these unworthy "loyal" disciples, declares that
"loyalty leads to the field." The Leaguers around
here, however, who arrogate all loyalty to them
selves, didn't seem to see it in that light during
the late panic. Their loyalty led to Quaker towns,
mountain fastnesses, and the uttermost parts of
the earth. They take the oath to defend their
times to the last, and never—no, never! to leave
the city, except in case of 'sweeten. Many of
them are still In exile, and now and then we hear
of bands of them being congregated in their "cities
of refuge"—pronsisonous bands, like that which
rallied around King David in the cave of Adullam,
whereunto had gathered "every one that was die
eontented and every ono that was in distress."
We suppose they are unanimous in favor of prose
cuting the war to the "last dollar and the last
To FAWNERS WANTING HELP..—We hear a very
general complaint made by our farmers of the lack
of laborers in the country. The busiest season of
the year for the farmer is noir at hand, and it finds
the country stripped of its best muscle and sinew,
owing to the many thousands of young and strong
men who have enlisted in the army, or rushed to
swell the ranks of the defenders of the State. It
is not strange that, with a mighty army of three
years' men in the field, and a great army of mili
tia guarding our borders, the rural districts should
be drained of their best laboring material.
But it is an ill wind that blows no good. The
recent raid bus driven into our midst hundreds of
fugitive contrabands who are here without employ
ment or sustenance, other than that derived from
the government. Most of these men are strong
and active, faithful workers, and have been accus
tomed to labor in the field from infancy, They
could be engaged for a very reasonable compensa
tion, and would doubtless be found industrious,
efficient and obedient. Farmers in• need of help
could do no better thing than to come to this place
and recruit from the ranks of these poor people.
By so doing, they would confer benefits upon them
-8 Ives, and do the cause of humanity a real ser
WRY Is Ir ?--The Harrisburg "Telegraph„
reaches this city on the day of its publication at
One o'clock p. m. The -PATRIOT AND UNION 18 not
received until the next day. This detention, we
are informed, is simply' because Mr. Bergner,
Postmaster at Harrisburg aud editor of the "Tele
graph," has decided to advance the intereets of
the "Telegraph" overt- t•
e PATRIOT AND UNION.—
The latter is mailed in time to take the 3 o'clock
train west, but is never distributed. We , leave
Mr. Bergner to explain, as we do not wish to do
oi ne ti c nio hins c but as we have a decided prefer
ence i n the purnale, no dislike to have a gore"-
meat °Seer make this discrimination in the ab
sense of a positive order from Gen. Coneht—Pitti
A STATRMERT.—An article appeared in last eve
ning's "Telegraph," charging Mr. Charles Segel
baure,who keeps a clothing establishment in Market
street, with asking soldiers extortionate prices for
certain articles of clothing. From the statement
S , as well as that of disinterested witnesses,
the charge would seem to be harsh and unjust.
, It appears that these soldiers entered the store,
and asked the price of their stockings. The lad in
attendance (Mr. Segelbanm was not in) handed
a pair, which he said he would sell for twenty-five
cents, and another for thirty-five. The soldier
demanded to know if they had not a better article,
to which the boy replied by showing a pair marked
at fortyfive cents. Still wanting a better pair,
the soldier was shown one for sixty-two cents, and
told it was the best article in the store. This last
pair, which we examined, is of British manufac
ture, seameless, and very finely wrought. The
soldier swore that he could get a pair like that a
great deal cheaper In Philadelphia, to which the
lad replied that he would have to go there for them,
as that kind of stockings could not be sold for less
here. The soldier then called the lad a rebel, to
which the boy retorted that be was no more of a
rebel than his itemiser. This remark was followed
by an assault on the part of the soldier, which the
boy eluded fora tithe, and finally drew a revolver
from the drawer in self-defence.
' We have no desire to shield any person who
pudica the slightest extortion upon the volun
teers in our midst. On the contrary, we will ex
pose and condemn such on all occasions. Bat it
is but just that in this affair we should correct the
false impressions and itateraente that have bead
sent out in regard to it.
We make the above statement purely on the au
thority of Mr. Segelbaum, and do not assume to
say. that it is correct, but are willing to hear both
Aides of the story.
SLIGHT SORINGAG6.—Two of the fugitives from
the Cumberland Valley had a bit of a difference at
the White Hall Hotel yesterday. The one was
the postmaster at the county seat of Franklin
county, and the other a member of the medical
profession ands' dweller in our neighboring town
of Mechanicsburg. Each accused the other of
cowardice in leaving home, and each endeavored
to demonstrate that the other was the most Simon
pure skedaddler of the two. The difference of
opinion was irreconcilable, and, after crimination
and recriminatien, it came to blows. The lesser
one, seeing that the enemy was too many for the
muscular forces in his 'department, began to get
out his revolver, when the bystanders interfered,
tbue putclog a quietus to the rage of the ratanker
one braves, and squelching out our hopes of a sen
Tax MAYOR'S PstoczawArtow.—We call attention
to the proclamation of Mayor Rousnfort, which will
be found in our advertising columns, and which
we trust will be strictly obeyed by all citizens.—
In the midst of the unusual excitement which has
pervaded our city during the past few dap, and
induced many to recommend acts of the most con
summate folly, the Mayor has remained cool find
went steadily on in _the diecherge of big duties.
This has resulted in preserving the best of order
with the least possible inconvenience to the citi
zens, and if they continue to sustain him by a
prompt . compliance with his orders there will be
no danger of havicg martial law declared, which
may otherwise be deemed necessary by the mili
A. G GURTIN.
Tue Funny FROM THE VALLRY.—The throng
of fugitives froti the CuMberland Valley was
greater yesterday than at any time previous. Im
mense processions of panic-stricken unfortunates
came through town throughout the day, driving
their horses, cattle and sheep before them, and
bringing wagons filled with household goods and
human freight. The proportion of negroee bad
greatly increased, and the poor homeless fugitives
looked desolate and hapless enough to bring tears
to the eyes of the most callous hearted beholder.
The sight of the little sucking infants, crying in
their mothers' arms, was such as to call forth an
involuntary curse on the fell demon of war, that
had thus come to torment them before their time.
ATTENTION, SECOND WAND.-A meeting of, the
citisene and young men of'the Second wird will be
held at the Seoond 'Ward bones this morning at 9
o'clock to effect a military organisation for the de
fense of our city. Come one, oome all.
Pennsylvania Militia and Emorniting Claims,
United States pension, bounty, arrears of pay and
subsistenes Aare., *e., he., As., made out and col
lected by EUGENE SNYDER,
Attorney at Law, oMee, Third street, Harrisburg,
Ws have taken over on the Ist of April the
balance of goods bought of Mr. Boger, to our awn
store, *here 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 Italie°, 18, 18
and 20 cents. •
500 yards remnants lawns and other dress goods,
16, 18 and 20 cents.
200 yards of barege and lustre, 20 and 25 cents.
1,00,0 yerdaof - linen smash, 16, 18 and 20 cents.
100 yards of broWn and grey cloth for summer
1,000 yards of liven, cotton . and'wool pants eta,
300 dozen of the very best spool cotton, white
1,000 papers of the very beet of Smith's needles,
5 cents a paper; also stockings, gloves, pooket
handkerchiefs, hoop skirts, all ti ILi of combs,
patent tbsead, tapes, socks, air. tr , by the dozen or
piece. We have also on hand yet about 10 pieties
of CARPET; which we will sel at 75 061311 P Oro
20 pieces of straw matting. oheap. • ,
20 pieces of splendid figured window c urtains.
DR. CHEESENIL&NPS PILLS.
The combination of ingredients in these Pine are the
result of a long and extensive practice. They are . mild
is their operation, and certain in correcting all irregu
lat Hie; painful menstruation, removhig all elbatractionw.
whether from cold or otherwise, headache, pat in the
side, palpitation of the beast, whites, all servousaitec
Lions, hysterics, fatigue, pain in th sheet eachinbs,
disturbed sleep, which arise from intersupti of
DR. anueslimair 8 BILL S
was the common/tenets • awe • slabs treetsea of
those irregularities and abnimmt) kVipt son:
signed so many to a presseta row inioteett
enjoy good health unless she is regular, and wh
obstruction takes place the general health begins to de
are the most effectual remedy ever known for all Goss
plaints peculiar to Bunnies. To all asses they are
Invaluable, inducing, with certainty, periodical/ revaar
ity. They are known to thousands,who have usedtkem
at different periods, throughout the eountry, having the
sanction of some of the moat eminent Physicians in
Explicit direetious, steseling mikes they LUNN sot be
used, with each Box---the Pries Ono Dollar per °Box,
containing from 60 to 60 Pills.
Pillssent by mail, promptly, by remitting to the
Agents. Bold by Druggists generally.
R. B. HUTCHINGS, Proprietor, •
20 Cedar street, New York:
Bold in Harrisburg, by 0. A. Bannvart.
" Mechanicsburg, by 1. S. Dellett.
" Carlisle, by B. Elliott.
" ShlPpeniburg, by D. W. Basikiii. .
Chambersloitz 4 by Miller & Hershey: -
i 6 Huramelstown, by George Wolf.
; 6 Lebanon, by George Ross. deep-d&wly
IMPORTANT TO FEMALES.
DR. CHSE4RM4N'S PILLS
AYER'S COMPOUND EXTRACT SARSA
aiLl.a.—No one rem edy is more needed in this country
than a reliable Alterative, int the sick have been so out
rageously cheated by the worthies. preparations of Sar
saparilla abroad that they are disgusted' even with the
name. Yet the drug cannot be blamed for the imposi
tions front which they have suffered. Brest crew s o-
Called Dewariparillas in the market contain little of tote
virtues of Sarsaparilla or anything else They are mere
slope—lnert and worthless, while a concentrated extract
of the active variety of Sarsaparilla compounded with
pock, stiflingly, etc., is, as it ever will be, , a
powerful alterative and an effectual remedy. Hach is
Ayer's Rxtmct of Sarsaparilla, as its truly wonderful
cures of the great variety of complaints which require
an alterative medicine hive abundantly shown. Do not,
therefore, discard this invaluable medicine, because you
have been imposed upon by something pretending to be
Sarsaparilla, white it was not. When you have need
AYSlt'S—then and net till then, will yon know the vir
tues of Sarsaparilla. For minute particulars of the
diseases it cures, we refer yon to Ayetos American Alms
nee, which the agents below named will furnish gratis
to all who call for it.
Area's Cat it ARM PILLS—for the cure of Costiveness,
Jaundice, Dyspepsia, yh,Vgeseime, Dysentersr, POta
Stomach's, Headarhe, Piles, Rheumatism Ileartbsens
arising from disordered stomach, Pais or Rheumatism,
tioa of the Bowes, .Ratmlesey, Loss of Appetite, Lever
Comp/dist. Dropsy, Worms, Gaut, Deura/gta, and for
a Latimer Pill.
They are sugar-coated, so that the most sensitive can
take them pleasantly, and they are the best Aperient
in the world for all the purposes of s family physic.
Price 25 cents per box. live boxes for $l.
Do not be put off by unprincipled dealers with other
preparations which they make more profit on. Demand
Aifsn's and take ne others. The sick went the beet aid,
tbeie is i 6O theM, and they should hale it- .
Prepared by Da. J. 0. AYER & co., Lowell, Mass.
Sold by 0. A. /laminar, Genes & Co. 0. K. Kish-
Lan, J. Domaampasa, De. DMus and L. WYNTIC, Hai.
risburg, and dealers everywhere. je4d&w2ul
BrandretbPs Pllle, New Style.
BEANDEETH'S PILLS, NEW STYLE,
BEANDRETIPS PILLS, NEW STYLE,
BRANDRETH'S PILLS, NEW STYLE,
Are infallible for oostriness, spasms, loss of appetite,
sick headadie, giddiness, sense of bloating after meali,
dizziness, drowsiness, and cramping pains, and all dia.
orders of the stomach and bowels. -
ONN OP MANY CARPS_
EX Original Letter at 294 Osnal street, New York :
J. I. C. 000 R, publisher of the State Banner, Ben•
nington, Tt., 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
nuserprortable sensation in hie stomach. Por five years
he 'suffered from tins dreadful complaint, ahem he used
BRANDRETWO 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 00.11PLSTS
CURB was effected. Ile :says : "My dyspepsia was gone,
and my expectations of an early death vanished.,)
ASK FOR NEW STYLE.
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AIM .101 NEW STYLE,
ANN FOB NEW STYLE.
Principal . office, 29t Canal street, New York.
For sale in Harrisburg by GEO. H. BELL
Don't fall to procure Mrs. WINSLOW'S SOOTHING
SYRUP for CHILDREN TEETHING. Thie val"able
properottee id the prescription of &Beef the beet female
physicians and nurses in the United States, and has been
used for thirty years with never falling s►fety and suc
cess by millions of mothers and children, from the fee
ble infant of ene'week old to the adn.t.
It not only relieves the child from pain, but invigo
rates the stomach iind bo wels,' corrects acidity, and
gives tone and energy to the whole system. It will al
most instantly relieve
GRIPING IN TNN BOWIILS AND WIND COLIC.
We believe' it the beet and surest remedy In the world
in all cases of DYSENTERY AND DIARRHEA IN
CHILDREN, whether it arises from teething or from
any ether cause.
Sul directioue for using will 0491 , 1114p4n7 eaa6 totel4.
None geauine unless the far simile of CURTIS & PER
KINS, New York, ifs on the outside wrapper,
Sold by all Medicine Dealers.
Principal Office, 45 Dey street, New York.
Price only 25 cents per bottle.
TILL ONLY PIINPABAYiaI that will instootit
dime a splendid brown or black in ten minutes, without
Wary to the hair or soiling the alit of the face o
head, is ,
CRISTADORO'S HAIR DYE.
It has been certified by the first Chemists in America,
including Dr. R. CHILTON, to be free from every dele
terious substitute; and has no equal in the certainty and
rapidity of its operation.
Manufactured by J. CHISTADORO, 6 Astor RIMS.
New York. sold everywhere, and applied by 111 Hilt
Dressers. Price El, $l6O and per box, according to
Cristadorots flair Preservative
Is invaluable with his Dye, as It imparts the ntmoet
softness, the most beautiful gloss and great vitality to
Pries 80 cents, it and $2 per bottle, according to size.
A CARD TO THE LADIES.
DR. DUPONCICPSGOLORN PILLS !
isfaupie in Forresting, Jegutating and Renyivinfiltai
Obstructions, from mikalsesr cause, and always
successful as a Preventive.
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 many thousand
Mies who used them, to make the Pills public for the
alleviation of those suffering from any irrigate:Med
whatever, as well as to prevent an increase of family
where health will not permit it. Fematee particularly
intuited, or those supposing themselves so, are cautioned
against these Pills while in that condition, as they are
sure to produce mismarriage, and the proprietor 'nominee
no responsibility crier this admonition, although their
mildness would prevent any mieehief to health—other
wise the Pills are recommended. Full and explicit di
re istions accompany Gash box. Price $l.OO per box.
Bold, wholesale and retail, by CHARLES A. BANN.
'VAST, Druggist, No. 2 Jones Row, and 0. H. HDLIAR ,
Draggle!, UoiTialourg,, pa.
Ladles, by sending them WOO to the Harrisburg
Post Ogles, can have the Pills sent free of observation
to any part of the country (oonadentially) and "free of
postage" by mail.
Bold silo by J. L. Lzaznaosn, Lebanon ; J. A. Wimp.,
Wrightsville; B. T. Ilttun, York' 8. ittiorr, Oar
lisle; .1. 0. ALTIOK, bhip_pinsburg; J.BPAIIOLin, Ohm
bersburg ;8. ct. WILD, ewirthe A. J. KAUFMAN, lie
chanicsbnig ; Ditowit' NA
Miami'', No. 4, South Liber
ty street, Baltlmoie; aid by "one Druggist" in very
town an d eny throughout the united States.
HALL A 11.130111 L,
218 Greenwich Street. New Pork,
General Whoissak digests.
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 B. D. Howe on every box,
which has recently been added on account of the Pills
being counterfeited. The ingredients eompoming the
above Pills are made known to every Agent: They will
tell you the Pills are perfectly harmless, yet win do all
claimed for. them: S. D. HOWL,
jy1741, Sole Proprietor... New York.
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, Scratch
es, Mange, Stc., it will cure speedily. Spavin and
Ringbone may be easily prevented and cured in their
incipient stages, b. 4 confirmed cases sire beyond the
possibility of a radical cure. No case of the kind, how
ever, is so desperate or hopeless bat ittuay be alleviated
by this Liniment, and its faithful application will al
ways remove the Lameness, and enable the horse to
travel with compiasitive ease.
Every hues 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 advertisement ap2o eow-ddcw
DR. TOBIAS' VENETIAN LINI
MENT has given universal satisfaction during the four
teen years it bas been introduced into the United States,
After being tried by milllions, it has been proclaimed
the pain destroyer of the world. Pain cannot be where
this liniment is applied. If used as directed it cannot
and never has failed in a single instance. For colds,
coughs and influenza, it can't be beat. One 25 cent ,
bottle will cure all the above, besides being useful in
every family for sudden accidents, such as burns, cuts,
scalds, Insect stings, &o. It is perfectly innocent to
take internally, and min be given to the oldest person or
youngest child. Price 25 and 50 cents a bottle
gold by all Druggists. Wine, es Oertlandi street,
je4 dlzwim New York. '
• • bBROQL,
. • CAKII,
For Ilia low, by
jell WM. DOCK, Jr., & Co.
- ONE WEEK ONLY,
Afternoon and Evening,
MONDAY, JUNE 29th, 1863,
NEAR RAILROAD DEPOT.
IN CONNECTION WITH
Cremorne Circus !
E:1:4 f•W•101'. A: 4 O 03)=4,',
ADMISSION 23 CENTS
RESERVED SEATS.. SO CENTS.
GAIETY MUSIC HALL!
WALNUT STREET, BELOW THIRD.
808 EDWARDS - 0
JOE COOK Business Malinger.
DE MARBILLE Stare Wanner.
Music By the Original Smetana Band.
Talent of all Nation!
Succession of Stars I
Best Bill of the Season
Look and Behold I Every Performers Bright
"X" rt. I
READ! READ! READ! READ!
First appearance of the world-renowned stars :
MISS FANNY WILSON,
The world-renowned personator of the Ro
man and Grecian Statues, who has just finished
one of the most Successful engagements ever
played in Philadelphia, to all lovers of classic
history and the admirers of classic art.
Uudebsted Success. Glorious Night.
BEST BILL OF THE SEASON.
First appearance of
The well known Comedian and Banjo Soloist.
First appearance of
The original What Is It, in hie song and dance.
Pint night of Van Amburghte Performing
hlephante TIBO and BABE, introduced
by their trainer, De Marbelle.
First appearance of the old
ORIGINAL KEYSTONE BAND ORCHESTRA
First appearance of the old favorite,
The old and original Ethiopian Comedian.
Look at the Challenge Performers.
GREAT GAIETY STAR TROUPE.
Comprising the Principle. Star of the World.
808 EDWARDS, the only Original Ethiopian
BILLY WARD, the greatest Irish Comic Sin
ger and Comedian in the world.
DE MARBELLE, Balladiet, Violincellest and
JOHNNY HARRIS, the great Irish Vocalist.
PERRY EDWARDS, the well-known Comedian
and Jig Dancer.
BILLY PORTER, the old and original Favo
MRS. JULIA EDWARDS, the Rarriebarg Fs
rite and Queen of song.
MISS JOSEPHINE DUCROW, the talented
M'LLi NELLY COOK, the eelebrittdVoealist.
Entire Champ of Programnie every Evening
Aiduffossim Only 20 ,Cent*
Look' out for the Royil Cirette at the great"
Gaiety this week.
THE DREIT «AMERICAN REMEDIES'',
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT SARSAPARILLA.
lIELMBOLD'S IMPROVED ROSE WASH.
A positive and specific Remedy for Diseases of the
BLADDER', KIDNEYS, GRAVEL AND DROPSICAL
This medicine increases the power of digestion and ex
eitts the absorbents into healthy acloo, by , which the
seater or calcareous depointions,'and all .hnnatnral en
largements, are reduced. as well as pairiaild inflamma
tion, sal is good for MEN, WOMEN and OWOMIEN.
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For Wea al arising from Freon sge, Habits of DisAf
pition, Uri, Indiscretion or Abase, attended with the
Indisposition to Exertion, Dryness of the Skin,
Lose of Memory, Lose of Power ?
Weak Nerve e, liflianlty in Breathing,
Horror of Disease, Trembling,
Dimness Of Vlidads, WakefelneSii,
Universal Laseitule of the Pain in the Back,
Muscular kilter% Plething of the Body,
Hot Hands, Eruptions on the Face,
These symptoms, W allowed to go on, which this media
doe itivariabq removes, soon foLow
IMPOTENCY, FATUITY, EPILEPTIC
ID one of which the patient ms) expire. Who can say
they ara not frequently followed by those "direfal
Many are aware of the cause of their suffering, but now
will confess. The records of the Insane Asylums, and the
melancholy deaths by Consumption, bear ample witness
to the truth of the assertion.
TUE CONSTITUTION ONCE AFFECTED BY 0/1-
Regairre kb, %id yr medici®o 49 94rspeirm PoP4 Wald
nta the mystem,which ILIELMBOLIPS 8 . X111.1.13T stroaßi
invariably does A trial will convince the most akepticaL
OLD OR YOUNG, SINGLE, MARRIED, OR COWEN-
In many affections peculiar to Fema'es, the Ethraci
Buchu is unequalled by any other r. 'lndy, as in Chteroets
or Retention, irregularities, Painfulness, r tuppression
of Customary Evacuations, Ulcerated or ficirrhona state
of the Uterus, Lencorrh.a or Whites, Steillity„ ant thr all
complaints incident to the sex, whether arising Irom in
discretion, Habits of Diksipation, or in the
Take no Balea-u, Mercury or Uuplemi4ut Medieia3 l lei
traVa snit and Daaig_ ma pi gaeeu. -
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT RUCRU"
CURES SECRET DISEASES
4n all their stages, at little expense ; little or no *haw
in diet; no inconvenience, AND Nu EXPOSURN;
Ic causes fr quest desire and gi es strength to Urinate,
thereby removing Ostructions, pr e venting and curing
strictures of the urethra, allaying pain and itsdavansatlon,
DO fr glen* ie thht class If distnass, mud expsllles POI
SONOUS, DISEASED AND WORN•OI3T MATTED.
Thousands upon thousands who have heel the . , eel
VICTIMS OF QUACKS,
And who have paid HFAVY FOES to be cured in a abort
time, have found they were deceived, and that the " Foi
von " hag. by the nu., of a Polver'ul Aetr.n .enta " been
dried up in the system, to break out in an igglavatied feria,
and 4 '
jai, ERMAN. (ART= • MAERUGS.
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For all Alfections and Moues of the lIRINARYTOR
GANS. wh-ther existing in MALI: Ott PRIdALIC, from
whatever cause enigioating, and no matter of how bug
standing. Diemen of them organs require the a1d.,,0f a
And it iq entail:l.M Uwe the desired effect in all Discuss
for which it is recommended.
FIELMBOLI4 HIGHLY CONCENTRATED HCCX ;
This is an affection of the Blood. an i attacks the seiraeg
organs, Linings of the Mee, Zara, Throat, Windpipe and
other mecca riosfaces, rnakintire appearance In the form
of Uleera. fIELMB.AIP3 .lixtract barrararilla purifier
the Blood and r •rnoser all Scaly krnotious of the dk
/ pew to the complrzioo a clear and healthy color. It
being p-epared expretaiy for this close of compt iota, is
Brood. purifying pr partite are pros tire,' to a greater es
tent than auy other preparation of darasparipa.
New Attraction !
An excelismt lotion For disowns of a Syphilitic nature,
and as an iujortion in &mares -f the Estuary Organs aris
ing from bobite of dissipation, used in noun. ction with ttil
Extracts Bodin and Saisaparitla. in such diseases all recom -
mended. gvidence of the moat reepeositee and relfriblt
character will accompany the med'cines.
From three to twenty years , standing, with names known
TO AMNON AND WIN.
For medical opertles of SUOMI, see Dispensatory of
the Mated States.
Ike Professor DIEWZ2B , valuable works on the Piss
tine of Pbysio. '
tee remarks made by the late ce'ebrated Dr. PRYSICKp
Elee remarks made by Dr. EPHRAIM Ii , DOWELL,
celebrated Physician and Member of the Royal Cone/pee
Surroos t Ireland, and published in the Transactions ad
the Ring and Owes Zaarnad. .410
fee. Medico Uhinuxical slaw, orbliahed by — 9297.4
MIN . TRA.9IIIOI, Fellow of Royal Col'ege of Surgeons.
See most of the late Standard Works on Medlc.ne.
Extract El 00 per bottle, or six for $5
Extract Sareaparilia.....lll 00 per bottle, Or Six for . 95 00
Itoprov,d Rose Wash.... die. per bottle., or six for $2 60
Or half down of each for $l2, wh'ch will be sOlisisnt to
cure the most obstinate cases, it' directions are adhered to.
Delivered to any addreeN.reenrely p.ektd from obser
Kr Describe symptoms In all comman'eationg. Cures
rarauteed. Advice gratis.
Personally appeared before me, an alderman of the city
of Philadelphia, H. T. Relmbo`d, wbo being duly Sworn
doth say, hie preparations contain no narcotic, no mer
cury, or other injurious drugs, but are purely vegetable.
H. T. tiELMBOLD.
Sworn and subscribed before m. this 284 dayallovem
bar, 1854. WM. P. RASURA Akterman,
Ninth st., 'bora basehiladelphia.
Address letters for information'in confidence to
IL T. HELM.BOLD, Chemist.
Depot, No. 101 South Tenth street, below Chestnut,
BEWARE OF COUNTESFEIFE
AND' UNPRINCIPLED DIMERS,
Who endeavor to dispose "OP Tina* ,Itven 2. ~,„4
, t ether ' 1 'intake on Hie reputation attalnap7
lIEUIROLDPS GENUINE PREPARATIONS,
NEWBOLD'S GENUINE EXTRACT BAUWAPARIII44 .
HELMBOL WEI GENUINE IMPROVED` ROSE MO:
Sold by all Druggitte everywhere.
00 AK NON ffNLIKNOLDT—TANN NO OTI/NX.
: aut] out the adveitie s nient and send for it, and avoid
IMPOSITION and EXPOSURE. CjelS-7
"H ELM BOLD'S"
GENUINE PREPABATIONS, v:z
HELDIBOLD'a UTRACT " MUM"
HELMBOLDVI GENUINE PREPARATION,
44 HIGHLY CONCENTRATED 29
FLUID EXTRACT BUOILU,
HELMBOLD'S EXARACT BUCHU,.
INSANITY AND CONSUMPTION?
FEMALES ! FEMALES !! FEMALES!!!
DECLINE OR ORANGE OF LIFE
!SEE SYMPTOMS ABOVM
NO PAM LY SHOULD BE WITHOUT IT
RELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUOIRT
HELFBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCEIR
/8 • THE (}PAT MIMETIC, •
BLOOD-! BLOOD!! BLOOD!!!
rounD PLITID itXTRACT SAIWAPARILLA.
HELMBOLD'S ROSE WASH,
CENTIFIOATXB OF MUM,