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TIM DAILY PATRIOT AND UNION may be had at
Jack's Book Store, corner of Third and Market
Aug°. at ha . News Agency of George L. Walter,
in Market street, near Fifth.
Tux Under the change of schedule on
the different railroads, Ht.:, time of elesinß the me ir s
at the Harrisburg Post Office, April 20, 1863, is
NORTRZRY ORNTRAL RAILWAY
NORTH.—WAY Man..—For all places between Ear
isbnrg, Lock Haven and Elmira, 14. y, at 12.00 m.
For Lock Haven, Williamsport and Lewisburg at 9
BOUM - W A Y MAIL.—For all places between Her
ssienrg and Baltimore, lad., and Washington, D. 0., at
ior Washington, P. C., Baltimore, Md., and Pork, Pa.
at 9.00 p. m.
lansalfolt irALLsw strmiosp.
EAST.—War Mari..—For all places between Harris
burg, Eastonand Philadelphia. tic Heading, at 7.00 a. in.
For Reading and Pottsville, at 12.3) p.
WAY MAIL.—Por all places between Harrisburg and
Philadelphia, at 6.30 a. in.
Par Philadelphia and Lancaster, at 12.00 m.
For New York, Philadelphia, Lancaster, Columbia,
Marietta and Bainbridge, at 2.43 p. m.
For New Earls, _Philadelphia and Lancaster, at 9,00
P. in 7
WEST.—WAT MAIL.—Por an places between Harris
bug and Altoona, 12.00 in.
For Johnstown, Pittsburg and Erie. Pa., Cincinnati,
Columbus and Cleveland, Ohio, at 2.45 p. m.
For Pittaburg, Hollidaysburg, Altoona, Phillipsburg,
Tyrone, Huntingdon and Lewistown, at 9.00 p. m.
OUSBNRIARD VALLEY RAILROAD
For Meckanicaburg,Carliale,Shippensburg and Chant
bersburg, Pa., at 7.00 a. m.
WAY MAIL.—For all places between Harrisburg and
Hagerstown, MC, at 12.30 in.
ZOBBYLICILL AND SIMQI7SHAIfItI, a A 1410d1",
Tor Ethridge forges . , Ellwood, Pinegrove and summit
Station, at 12.30 p. m.
For Progress, Lingiestown, Monads Hill, West Hano
ver, Itavt Hanover, ono and Jonestown, on Monday,
Wednesday and Friday, at 7 00 a. in.
For Lisburn and Lewisberry, on Saturday, at 12.3)
irrOfficellonrs.—From 5.81 a. in. to 8.00 p. m. Sun
day from 7.30 to 8.80 a.m- and from 8.00 to 4.00 p.m.
Porma Amias.—No arrests of coaseqUehee have
been made sines our last report. The town,although
much excited, was never less riotous or dissolute
than at present.
ATAENTIOM, FIRST Wann.—All persons not be
longing to the militia, will meet at 9 o'clock this
morning, at the Pollen hose house, as it is the
desire of this company to form an organization to
drill at specified times.
Tna COLUMBIA BRIDGE BURNED.—At ten o'clock
last night the sky in the direction of Columbia
was vivid with the light of a conflagration, sup
posed to proceed from the burning of the railroad
and passenger bridge at Columbia, twenty-eight
miles below this place. One span had been de
stroyed by the enemy during the day.
A BIG BustsEss.—The amount of business done
on the Pennsylvania Central railrord this year
exceeds that of any former year. Since the first
day of January last, they have sent through from
Pittsburg to Philadelphia over twelve thousand
cars loaded with freight. Besides this, an im
mense number of passengers have been carried
and a large amount of local freight business done.
Twa 26rsz Itaansaar.—Vie learn from members
of the 26th regiment, Col. Jennings commanding,
who were captured by the rebels at Gettysburg,
that forty of their number were taken prisoners at
that plaee, confined in the Court Howe, and after
wards paroled. They say the regiment formed
line of battle, bolding the enemy at bay for a time,
but, after firing several volleys, were compelled to
retire before the advance of superior forces of the
enemy. The regiment has since joined the main
army for the defence of the Capital.
THE GREY Rassavas.—Thia large artillery reg
iment, which was recruited in Philadelphib, and
which has been here for some time, remaining un
decided from day to day whether to enter the
service or return to their homes, yesterday com
promised all their difficulties by entering the
service for State defense under the Governor's lest
proclamation. They crossed the river last evening
twelve hundred and fifty strong. By this act they
wipe out the aspersions which have been cast upon
them, and close the mouths of all their enemies.
FIRS' ZN THE RIZALFL—A. man who was drying
cattle in this direction along the Carlise pike yes
terday, was overhauled by the rebs a short dis
tance on the other side of Oyster's Point. He
palled out at the top of his speed,- but stumbled
and fell upon his face in the road. Before he
-could recover himself, he received a bayonet thrust
c iergo et posteriori from one of the mounted "cow
boys," inflicting a painful but not dangerous
wound. The robs. then took the cattle, and he
took the road for Harrisburg, where his wound was
dressed by Dr. Reilly. The lesson to be drawn
from this affair is, under like circumstances, to
give up the cows unless you are iron-clad.
CoLoam Commiss.—Two companies of colored
rren, recruited in this city, are now under arms
for the defenoe of the State. They are under the
command of Henry Bradley and Thomae Chester.
The one belonging to the former is now quite full,
and was on parade in the Capitol grounds yesterday.
The men looked strong and determined, and went
through the drill quite as creditably as the gen ;
erallty of raw troops on their first parade. A
large crowd, both of•white people, and of the
sweethearts and du:attest; of the departing sol
diers, were on- the ground, attracted thither to
witness the parade of the first company of blacks
ever armed by the State of Penneylvania. The
names of Captains Bradley and Chester will stand
connected with this event in after times.
EITURR. 4 LIAR OR A TRAITOR.—The New York
Times' Harrisburg correspondent writes
"Copperheadism is by no means extinct in Har
risburg. much le.s at Cbambersbnrg and other
towns beyond.. Traitors are daily and hourly em
ployed in gathering information and transmitting
the same to the enemy. Farmers taking their
horses and cattle to the mountains for safety are
tracked by those tlispicable minions of treason,
who siese the first opportunity to let the rebels
know where they can make a haul. The Copper
beads utter their sentiments openly and boldly,
and almost invite the rebels to partake of their
bospality, and yet they are allowed to walk the
streets and enjoy all the privileges of loyal citi
The man who writes this is either a liar or a
traitor. If he knows whereof he affirms, and does
not immediately make information before the
proper authorities, be is acoessory to the crime of
rebellion, and a traitor to his country. If be does
not know what he states to be a fact, he is a liar.
We challenge him to name a single person in Har
risburg who is or has been "employed in transmit
ting information to the enemy," and "inviting
the rebels to partake of his hospitality." He can
not do it. He knew he couldn't tet the time he
penned the pitiful, shabby little lie. It was writ
ten to please the fancy of stay at home demagogues,
peculators and fools, who insist that the war shall
be eternal, but take good ease to keep Oct of harm's
way. They will believe all this balderdash, for
they are given over to lies, and worship sham pa
triotism and feather bed loyalty. It would be safe
to bet that the anther of this slander upon the
Democracy of this place, whotie "loyalty" thus
boils over and elope his fellow men with lies and
Awe, is ono of those who don't go, who don't ex
pect to go, who won't go, and who can't be made
to go to war. Let him make good his assertions,
or else quit jewlatarping such abominable twaddle
about other people's loyalty.
"LAY ms, IkLICDETT !"--The press all over the
country is making a simultaneous attack upon
Harrisburg, charging her with extortion and all
I I manner of unpatriotic and villianous crimes, and
heaping mountains of obloqey and maledictions
upon her citizens. There is something extremely
uncharitable and unfair in all this. Becauso
a few of those soulless speculators and sharpers,
who follow the wake of military movements, like
jeekals sneaking over the field of the dead, have
been taking advantage of the wants of some of the
soldiers, the whole commynity is denounced and
placed under the ban of our righteous sister cities.
There is no city in the Union which has suffered
more or done more for the cause during the war
than this same Harrisburg. From the very first
blast of the war trumpet, her streets have been
thronged day and night with armed men, whose
wants and requirements have been a constant
drain upon her liberality and hospitality. Amid
those trials and sacrifices she has not swerved one
hairs-breadth from her devotion to the interests of
the soldiers and to the advancement of the cause
which he so bravely defends. And yet her para
gon sisters, safely relneved from the ordeal of
turmoil and trial through which she has been and
is now passing, pause for a moment from their
vigorous prosecution of shoddy and gun contracts,
and cast stones at her ! The action of every man
and woman belonging to this city is a rebuke to
her glib-tongued traducers. But we will not pur
sue the subject. These slanders are not worthy to
be dignified with a refutation. They are unchar
itable, Him Roue, insulting. The it refutation stands
written upon our past record—in our hispitals for
the sick and wounded, attended and supplied by
our women, in the thousands of helpful deeds and
in the kindly cheer which the soldier bas received
at the hands of the daughters of our city. Upon ,
the lintels of many a door, which has ever stood
open to the soldier, through which he might enter
and share the hospitality of the family without
money or price, is written the answer to our slan
derers. To these records we appeal. They speak
louder than the anathemas of newspaper penny-a
liners. Let the wolves howl on.
Ova .31ArtKEIL—It is hard to account for the
high prices that rule in our produce market at
present. Situated in the midst of a country that
is fertile, populous and well cultivated, and acces
sible by rail and wagon roads from all points of
the compass, Harrisburg is abundantly able to fur
nish the very best inland market in the country.
And yet it is a singular fact that our market is
slimly supplied, and that prices range out of all
We took a stroll among the stalls on Saturday
Morning, and came away somewhat surprised and
puzzled at the result of our observations. The
supply of vegetables was slim, and all kinds of
country produce quite scarce and high, and this,
be it remembered, at a time of year when such
things should be cheapest and most abundant.—
Peas and beans were scarcely to be had. Radish
es and onions retailed at five and six cents per
bunch. Lettuce was more moderate. Strawber
ries sold at prices varying from fif een to twenty
five cents a box. Baltimore early cabbage sold
readily at eight to fifteen cents per head. Cher
ries at six to ten cents per quart—quite too much.
Butter, which ought to be plenty and cheap in
this splendid grazing month, was scarce, and
actually sold at forty an'dfifty cents ! A dozen of
eggs cost twenty-five cents—about as much as the
fowl that laid them ought to bring. There was no
perceptible falling off in the meat market, but the
prices were formidable enough to more, shade even
over the face of a government contractor. Beef was
fifteen cents and upwards, and mutton eighteen.—
Spring chickens had mizzled—soared heavenward
—and we fear we "ne'er shall look upon theirlike
These stunning prices may be attributed to va
rious causes, such as the present crowded and dis
turbed state of the country round about us, the
flight of the farmers from the rich valley of the
Cumberland, and the monopoly of the cattle mar
ket by contractors and speculators. We sincerely
pray, in common with all good citizens, that these
causes may be done away, and that right speedily.
OLEA.GlNollB.—Aceounts from the Venango
county oil regions represent that country as flooded
with strangers, anxious to invest in the oil busi
ness. Every hotel is filled to overflowing, and it
is with the greatest difficulty that the adventurers
can find lodgings. Persons desiring horses to
take them to the wells are often necessitated to
engage them for many days beforehand, so great
is the demand for them. Immediately after break
fast, speculaprs mount their nags and may be seen
in groups on the road, very much reminding one
of a party of cavalry out on a scouting expedition.
The amount of oil produced and sold at these
wells is immense, some of thee% flowing steadily
from five hundred to a thousand barrels a day.—
This Oil now sells at the wells at about three dol
lars per barrel, and in Pittsburg brings over six
dollars per barrel, according to quality. It now
constitutes one of the largest items of freight on
the Pennsylvania road, over three hundred thou
sand barrels having passed over that road during
the last six months. A thousand barrels of it may
be seen at our depot almost any day, in transit to
the eastern markets. Both the demand and sup
ply are steadily increasing. Railroads are being
constructed to Franklin from three different points
for the purpose of securing this great trade.
As an instance of the magnitude of oil opera
tions, we note the sale made last week of a well
recently struck upon the Caldwell farm, on Oil
Creek. This well bad been flawing about a thou
sand karrels a day, but its yield was lately reduced
one half in consequence of the vein being tapped
by another well a few rods distant. The owners
of the new well made a proposition to buy out the
Caldwell concern, and finally agreed upon a price,
which was $145,000, part down, and the balance
is forty days from date. The parties selling of.
fared to take their pay iu oil at $3 00 a barrel, but
the purchasers preferred to pay the cash. The
price paid may seem extravagant, bur, shottld . ibe .
well continue , to yield, it will pay for itself;inside
of three months. ~ ;
SERIOUS ACCLDENT.—Yesterday afteTnop two
lads, named Gillet and Hancock, living in linadow
Lane, were seriously injured by carelessly s ;ietting
fire to a bunch of musket oartridgel2s Which had
been given to them by the authorities . fiirciulte a
different use. Gillet, who is a youtig
enteen, was warned not to attempt the experiment,
but persisted. Both of his eyes are badly injured,
and his neck, arms and lege much hurned . by the
explosion. Young Hancock also suffered severe
burns in the face, bands and arms. Their wounds
were dressed by Dr. Reilly, who bas t'some fears
that young Gillot will lose the sight of both eye,.
Warning upon warning against , the ctreless use or
handling of explosives accumulator, but there
seems always to be a rmidue who Wilt not profit
by such examples.
Holm Piaa COIiPANY VOLUNTEERg.—The Ht pe
fire and hook and ladder coropiny are forgoing an
organization, the dogleg of which will be to stay
io town and at all hazards prevent conflagrations
which May arise from bombardment or other cau
ses. This company is being raised at the request
of General Cunch and of the Mayor of this city.
The Hope boys respond with alacrity, and the
ranks are akcost full. All the men are armed.
They will be under the command of Harry sum.
mel, a competent officer and a tried soldier, with
Cureon and Sample as lieutenants. A meeting
will be held at the engine house this morning at 9
o'clock. All willing to join will be on band at
We understand that the other fire comtanies o f
the city are raising similar companies. tie object
is an important one, and the service thay are to
perform calls for men of mettle and mus Ck.
PLEssa Excusa.—The gentle reader will please
excuse our meagre local report this moaning, as
we have "gone a sojering," and are now a militia
man "alt so bold." Carrying a musket in 000
hand and taking notes with the other is nit a atate
of affairs favorable to news-gathering, and "eyes
fifteen paces to the front" can hardly be ;spoofed
to wander at the same time through greet and
camp in quest of items. The pleasant .humbug
that "the pen is mightier than the swordis played
out now-a-days, and finds a lodgment ou t in the
breasts, of Quakers and blow-bards. It oes well
enough to write high sounding philippics against
treason and traitors, but it ain't just rhat the
Governor's nreelenlation calls for. The !reeth of
man is a poor offset against the force of•uopols
der in times like these. Arguments and n spaper
broadsides are good in their season, but st now
it can be said,,,in the language of Unch Toby,
"one good hoine thrust of the bayonet isfworth it
ORTUADOXY.—Most of the religious ngreg:-
time ia th is place met at their respective him of
worship yesterday, and, after very short ercisee,
were dismissed by their pastors, with t recom
mendation to gird the sword upon the igh and
do battle against the Philistines. We uerstand
that the Rev. Mr Gans, of the German leformed
cltch, after a brief prayer, led the men °Ellis con
gregation to the entrenchments. This is orthodox
preaehing, suited "to the emergency." Ile patri
otic clergyman rightly thinks the time his come
for such "preachers" as Miles Standish counted
u2on the top of the log church in the old P mow h
e)lony, for the conversion of hostile I lens—
preachers throwing arguments weighipg six
pounds apiece—preachers, as Miles forcibly re
—"that &peak to the purl:ll,44i
Steady, straightforward and strong, with host ir
Orthodox, flashing conviction right into tie hearts
of the heathen 1"
Tag excitement yesterday transcended snythirg
yet witnessed. ' It was a repetition of Tuesday
a week ago, on a Beale indefinitely entarsed. :rne
rumors which Hew from mouth to mouth Were con
tradictory, countless, bewildering. Scouts from
every quarter reported the enemy in force and ad
vancing: Rebels were coming upon us From ev
erywhere—from York, along the . North Mountain,
along the South Mountain, from Oyster's Point,
from the skies, and from the bowels of the earth.
Even the dreaded reality would be a rilief from
another such day of disquiet and uncertainty.
DISUCCRATIC CLUB MEETINGS.—The Democratic
Clubs of the respective wards in this city will
meet weekly as follows, viz:
First Ward—On Saturday evening of eaoh
Second Ward—On Monday evening of each
Third Ward—On Tuesday evening of each
Fourth Ward—On Wednesday evening'of each
Fifth WardOu Thursday evening of each
Sixth Ward—Oa Friday evening of each week.
The hour and plaee is left discretionary with the
Clubs or their officers. By order of the City Ex
ecutive Committee. Geo. W. WEAVER, Sec y,
Pennsylvania Militia and Recruiting Claims,
United States pension, bounty, arrears of pay and
subsistence claims, Ac., acc., made out and col
lected by EUGENE SNYDER,
Attorney at Law, office, Third street, Harrisburg,
We have talon over on the Ist of April the
balance of goods bought of Mr. Boger, to our 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, 16, 18
and 20 cents.
500 yards remnants lawns and other dress goods,
16, 18 and 20 cents.
200 yards of barege and Instr., 20 and 25 cents.
1,000 yards of linen crash, 15, IS and 20 cents.
100 yards of brown and grey cloth for summer
1,000 yards of linen, cotton and wool pants stuff,
300 dozen of•the very best spool cotton, white
1,000 papers of the very best of Smith's needles,
5 cents a paper; also stockings, gloves, pocket
handkerchiefs, hoop skirts, all El of carobs,
patent thsead, tapes, socks,sitzte by the dozen or
piece. We have also on hand' yet about 10 pieces
of CARPET, which we will eel at 75 cents per
20 pieces of straw matting, cheap.
20 pieces of splendid figured window curtains.
EDITOR OF PATRIOT AND UNION
Dear Sir :—With your permission I wish to say to the
readers of your. paper that I will send by return mail to
all who wish It, (freed a Recipe, with full directions
for making and using a simple Vegetable Balm, that wi I
effectually remove, in 10 days, Pimples, Blotches, Tan,
Freckles, and all Impurities of the Skin, leaving the
same eat, Blear, smooth and beautiful.
I will also nail free to those having Bald Heads or
Bare Faces, simple directions and information that will
enable them to start a full growth of Luxuriant Hair,
"Whiskers, or a Moustache, in less than 30 days. All
applications answered by return mail without charge.
THOB. F. CHAPMAN, Chemist,
je2B 3md No 831 Broadway, New York.
Don's fall to procure Mrs. WINSLOW'S SOOTHING
SYRUP for CHILDREN TEETHING. This val'table
preparation is the prescription of one of the best female
physicians and nurses in the United States, and has been
used for thirty years with never failing sifety 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 polo, but 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 DOWELS AND WIND COLIC.
ape believe it the best and surest remedy in the world
in all eases of DYSENTERY AND DIARRIRSA IN
CHILDREN, whether it arises from teething or from
any other cause.
Ful directions for using will accompany each bottle.
None ge4uine uolees thefoo simile of CURTId & PNR
KINS, New York ; Is on the outside wrapper, '
Sold by all Medicine Dealers.
Principal Office, 48 Day Street, New York.
• s Price only 2S cents per bottle.
THE ONLY PREPARATION that will loatently Pm:
dace a splendid brown or black in ten minutes, without
irjury to the hair or sailing the skin of the face o
CRISTAPORO'S HAIR DYE,
It has been certified by-the Brat Chemists in America,
including Dr. R. CHILTON, to be free from every dele
terious substance, and has no equal in the certainty and
rapidity of its operation.
Manufactured by J. ORISTADORO, t Aster House,
New York. Sold everywhere, and applied by all Hair
Dressers. Priie $l, 1150 and 53 per box, according to
Crietadoro'N Hair Prenervatlve
Is invaluable with his Dye, as it Imparks the utmost
softneft, the most beautifil sloes Fut -- vitality to
Price 50 ceuts, *Low . y 'ag to else,
AYER'S COMPOUND EXTRACT SARSA
nim.a.--No one remedy is more needed in this country
than a reliable Alteratice,l ut the sick have been so out
rageously cheated by the worthless preparations of Sar
saparilla abroad that they are disgusted even with the
mune. Yet the drug cannot be blamed for the imposi
tions from which they have suffered. Most of the so
called Sarsaparillas in the market contain little of the
virtues of Sarsaparilla or anything efse They are mere
slops—inert and worthless, while a concentrated extract
of the active variety of Bareaparilla compounded with
Dock, Stillingia, lodin., etc.,is, as it ever will be, a
powerful alterative and an enctual remedy. Such is
Ayer's extract of Sarsaparilla, as its truly wonderful
cures of the great variety of complaints which require
alt 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 need
Aven's—then and not till then, will you know the vir
tues of Sarsaparilla. For minute particulars of the
diseases it cures, we refer you to Ayer's American Alma
nac, which the agents below named will furnish gratis
to all who call for it.
Agsu'e 0•711A.RTIO PILLS—for the cure of Coseitiences ,
,7,tunaice, Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Dygenhull, Foul
Stomach, Headache, Piles, Rheunzatism Heartburn
arising from div Ordered stomach, Pfau or ilorbid Inac
tion of the Bowels, Flatulency, Loss of Appetite, Laver
Complaint. Dropsy, Worms, Gout, IVeuralgut, and for
a Limner Pill.
They are sugar-coated, so that the most sensitive can
take them pleasantly, and they are the beat 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
AYSIt'S and take no others. The sick want the beat aid
there is for them, and they should here it.
Prepared by Ds. J. O. AY2II. di 00., Lowell, BUM
Sold by 0. A. BANNYART, GROSS & CO, C. H. Rm.-
Las, J. Bonoartorma, Da. Mines and L. WYSTO. Har
risburg, and dealers everywhere. je4-d&w2m
Brandreth's Pills, New Style.
BRANDRETH'S PILLS, NEW STYLE,
BRANDRETH'S PILLS, NEW STYLE,
BRANDRETH'S PILLS, NEW STYLE,
Are infallible for costiveness, spasms, ross of appetite,
nick headache, giddieeap, senile Of bloating after meals,
dizziness, drowsiness, and cramping pains, and all dis
orders of the stomach and bowels.
ONE OP MANY CASES
'Original Letter at 294 Oanal street ; New:York
J. I. C. COOR, publisher of the State Banner, 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 seneation in his stomach. For five years
be suffered from this dreadful complaint, when he used
BRANDRETEUS 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. llesays: "Mydyspepsia was gone,
and my expectations of an early death vanished."
ASK FOR NEW STYLE.
ASH FOR NEW STYLE.
AIM NOR NEW &PYLE,
ASK FOR NEW STYLE. -
Principal office, 291 Cane street, New York.
For sale in Harrisburg by GEO. H. BELL.
A CARD TO THE LADIES.
DR. DVPONCO'S GOLDEN PILLS
Infallible in Correcting, Regulating and .Removing all
Obstructions, from whatever caus e. , 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
ladies who used them, to make the Pills public for the
alleviation of those suffering from any irregularities
whatever, as well as to prevent an increase of family
where health will not permit it. Females particularly
situated, or those supposing themselves so, are cautioned
against these Pills while in that condition, Its they are
sure to produce miscarriage, and the proprietor assumes
no responsibility aster this admonition, although their
mildness would prevent any mischief to health—other..
wise the Pills are recommended. Full and explicit di
rections accompany each box. Price 1.1.00 per box.
Sold, wholesale and retail, by CHARLES A.. BANN
VART, Druggist, No. 2 Jones Row, and 0. HALLER,
Ladies, 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. LEMBERGER, Lebanon; J. A. Wot.r,
Wrightsville; E. T. MPLLER, York.i S. Budopr, Car
lisle; J. C. ALTIGIC, bhippensburg; J. SPANGLER, Chain
bersburg ; S. G. WILD brewville ; A. J. KAUFFMAN, Me
chanicsburg; Baowg & BROTHER, NO, 4, South Liber
ty street, Baltimore; and by "one Druggist" in very
town and city throughout the united States.
HALL & BUOKEL,
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 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 8. D. Rowe on every box,
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See advertisement- ap2o eow-d&w
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FOR ONE WEEK ONLY,
Afternoon and Evening,
MONDAY, JUNE 29th, 1863,
NEAR RAILROAD DEPOT.
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0 - -- .,- -- - li
Aio. - Th - CREMORNE
~ m r,,,,„ ~ CIRCUS. ,
-' - - - '-' 7 -- - MIME MACARTE'S
i EUROPEAN CIRCUS.
----I `-' ''''--- Pint appearance in America.
-it :.... itadameltacarte has great satis
, . ,r: , faction in announcing to the . people
• • -. \.,
...,0 .of this country, that after an ab
: ' ----- sence of several year.s she will
L . . ___,•_ again have the honor of appearing
Among the Royal British Circus
is the beautiful Stud of English
thorough-breds, including the cele
I-Aar Being the same Troupe with which
in England, Ireland and Scotland
she had the honor of performing
-- before the most refined mid numer
ous audiences in every city in the
Madame Maculae's great Act, the
k isl : **
' [VENETIAN CARNIVAL
Will be remembered by those who
• witnessed her former efforts in this
sssYY Y First appearance in America of
Mr. JOHN COOK,
' , The English humorist, known as the
' most brilliant wit in England, and
r familiarly styled the COMIC MUSE.
The elegant follies of this well,
, 4 bred and gentlemanly clown will be
' occasionally diversified by the ex
ceedingly comic grotesques Of the
- - famous FRENCH PIERROT. _
• . ;' First appearance in America of the
o'7fillak„... , 1 SYRO•ARABIC TROUPE.
Comprising Male and Female Jug
glers, Acrobates, Contortionists.
Prominent among the features of
this troupe is the distinguished
• -= MLLE CARROLL,
,Of European and American
brity. This young and brilliant
v g ' :4 4 artiste is acknowledged by all,both
4 k in and out of the equestrian pra
t ,• Cession, to be the most perfect rids*
of the age.
*az 4 : 7 '
• . f.tl4 ?,:- _ In addition to the Star Company,
c f," the manager has secured an en
• gagenicue with the renowned Wild
Hr. EATON STONE.
Mr. Stone's feats en horseback
.„ aro all performed on his naked
Steed, without saddle, bridle, or
covering of any kind. His reckless
0-7 z 7-.. - and brilliant leaps over four-barred
• ‘,4 \ - syr'-'• gates and other barriers, while
_ _ carrying his son upon his head, and
in various other attitudes, are Ml
sidered the perfection of equestrian
skill, and have justly entitled him
to the distinction of " Champion of
w—A the Arena."
)1r - if
The Kentnek Clown.
The Great Model Clown.
Wil • T The great romantic spectacle
. DICK TURPIN'S
RIDE TO YORK,
AND DEATH OF BLACK Ra•S'
' Dtca 'Mum ...../VME MACARTR.
GAIETY MUSIC HALL!
WALNUT STREET, BELOW THIRD.
808 EDWARDS Sole Proprietor
JOE COOK Business Manager
LE MARBSLLE Stage Manager
MT/Sic By the Original Keystone Band
TEIE NEW IRON SIDE STILL AFLOAT
WITH THE GAIETY.
The only first-class Concert Halt in the City
Crowded with unparallelled eueoese.
The gigantic Leading Troupe of the Profession
THE PUBLIC PATRONIZE IT
The Press praises the Gaiety—Basking in the
Sunshine of Success.
The one great company of the age we live in
Houses crowded to excess with the most
UNBOUNDED BURSTS OF ENTHUSIASM
THE MONSTER STAR TROUPE.
The Great Gaiety always has the largest Au
A continuous Carnival of Fun—Our Position
'is established—Outstripping all Rivalry—
Thus distancing all competition—
Complete success of the
GREAT GAIETY STAR TROUPE.
1 4 0 - 4COIXT
The best company in the woild.
a -- crearr
Drop in - and hear Mra. Edwards.
She sings all her favorite songs to-night
Abatement to the crowd.
Will find Edward's Gaiety filled nightly, and we
Let them go away dissatisfied.
Applause granted every Performer—The great
est hit ever made in Harrisburg—Hun- •
dreds turned away unable to gain
tion—More New Stars.
The Great Gaiety Troupe comprises Twelve
Brilliant Star s .
The great Comedy of Congress.
MARK! READ! AND LEARN!
JOHN C. O'ROM, the Colorado Champion,
will make his first appearance this evening
in his grand SPARRING MATCHES, assis
ted by all Amateurs of the city.
ANDY WILLIAMS, Comedian S. Banjo Soloist.
BILLY PORTER, the Ethiopian Comedian and
Laughing Son of Momua,
MASTER WILLIE, the original What Is It, in
his songs and dances.
808 EDWARDS, the only original Plantation
MRS. JULIA EDWARDS, the Harrisburg Fa
rite and Queen of Song.
M'LL NELLY COOK, the celebrated Vocalist,
GREAT GAIE IT TROUPE under the manage
ment of the far-famed 808 EDWARDS.
De Marbelle, Billy Porter, Andy Williams,
Perry Edwards, Johnny Hair's, Master
Willie, Joe Cook, and many others,
and the old and original
KEYSTONE BAND AND ORCHESTRA!
Entire Change of Programme every Evening !
Admission Only 25 Cents.
Or - New Stars ere engaged: of which due
notice will be given.
N. R.--.slo Reward will be given W.:the undersigned
for any person or persons Caught in she act of destroy
ri e l t isi b n i et Usnager.
BEWARE OF COUNTREFEITS
AND lINPRINOIPLED DEALERS,
Who endeavor to dispose "OP THEIR OWN" and
" other " articles on the reputation attained by
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lIELMBOLD'S IMPROVED ROSE WASH.
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A posit:re arid apeefio Nemedillfo; DiseaFes of the
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This medicine increases the power of digesticn and ex
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Univereal Lassituie of the Pain in the thck.
Muscular SI stno, Plu. hit. g of the Pody,
Hot Hands, - Eruptions 0/2 the 'face,
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TEIE CONSTITUTION ONCE AFFECTED BY OR.
Requirts the aid of medicine to lltlNllktliOri imd
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FEMALES ! FEMALES ! ! FEMALES !I !
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DECLINE OR ORANGE OF LIFE
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HELMBOLD'S ROSE WASH,
An enerlif nt lotion for disoaaea of a Syphilitic nature,
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ing item Labile of diFsipation, used in connection With tile
Extracts Buchn and 44teapatilla, in rush diseases as moan
mended. Evidence of the moat reapenaitne ,and selletrie
character will accompany the med clues,
ORRTIFICATES OF CURES, •
From three to twenty years , otandine, with namunknotere
TO SCIENCE AND FAME
For medical p•opetties of BUCHU, see Diepennedery of
the United States.
Eke Professor PEWEES' valuable works on the Prac
tice of Physic.
Fee remarks made by the late ce'ebrated Dr. PRYSICK,
See remarks made by Dr. EPHRATM lIVDOWELL, a
celebrated Pnyairian and Member of the Royal College of
nurrons, Ireland, and tublikhed in the Transactions of
the King and Queen's Journal.
Fee Medico Vigra/virallew, published by REIS'Illa
MIN TRADERS, Fellow of Royal Col'ege of Surgeons.
See most of the late Standard Works on Medicine.
Extract Buchn-.....-.61 DO per bottle, or six for 85 00
Extract Saisapa , illa.....lo. 00 per bottle, or six for iFS 00
Improskd Rose Wash.... fs ie. per bottle, or six for fa KO
Or half flown of each for $l2, wlrch alit be sufficient to
cure Ma most obstinate casts, if directiors are edhered to.
Delivered to any address, securely pi eked from obser
117' Describe symptoms in tll eommutt'extioas. Cure d
jr:arariteed. Advice gratis.
Personally appeared before me, an alderman of the city
of Philadelphia, IL T. Eleimbo d, who keine du'y sworn
Both may, his preparations contain no narcotic, no mer
cury, or other injurious drugs, but .tre purely vegetable.
Sworn and subscribed before me. this 231 Jaya Novem
ber, 1854 Wll. P. 1111313NRD, Alderman
Ninth at., abova Item, Philadelphia.
Addrers letters for information in confidence to
U. T. HELMBOLD, Chemist.
Depot, No. 104 South Tenth street, below Chestnut,