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L OCAL NEWS.
TOR DAILY PATRIOT AND UN/ON may be laid a
Jack's Book Store, corner of Third and Marko'
Also. at he News Agency of George L. Waiter
e liarket meet. near Fifth.
Tine fitut.s.— Under the change of schedule oW
the different railroads, the time of closing the mail•
at the llarnseurg - Post Office, April 20, 1863, 1
NORM —WAY MAIL —For all plasm! between law
lebarg, Leak Haven and Elmira, E. V., at 12.00 m.
for Leek Hawn, Williamsport awl Lewisburg at "
PsIIITII.—Wsr MAL.—P o ,n l Waachen g 'be o w eDen
D H . a airsromurg awl Batimore, ,
1-C tlr -
P vvbington, DAT...Baltimore, Md., and York, Pa.
at OM p. m.
LIMUKON TAI.LET SAILIMAD.
ESST.—Wer NATL.—For all platen between Harris
oarg, Ravton and Phi I &deltoids. via Resting, at 7.00
For Reading and Pottsville, at 12.8 j p. m.
WAY Matz..—For all places between Harrisburg and
Philadelphia, at GAO a. in.
For Philadelphia and Lancaster, at 12.0 D in.
for New York, Philadelphia, Lancaster, Columbia,
Marietta and Bainbridge, at 2.45 p. m.
for New Vern, Philadelphia and Lancaster, at 9_oo
wiler.—WArAm.—Por all places between Harriii
burg and Altoona, 12.00 m.
For Johnstown, Pittsburg and Brie. Pa., Cincinnati,
'Columbus and Cleveland, Ohio, at 2.45 p. in.
For Pittsburg, Hollidavabunt, Altoona, Phillipsburg,
Tyrone, Huntingdon and Lewistown, at 9.00 p. m.
OUILIIIIIILLND VALLI! BAILIVAD
Per Meohaniciabing,Oarliale,ilhippensbnrg and Chain
bersburg, Pa., at 7.00 a. in.
WAY Mam.—Por all places between Harrisburg and
Hagerstown, Md., at 12.30 p. in.
soionstai. aim avewislimmA 11A12.110.416.
tar Epas4 1 4 9 rwtodiligrisad, Pin/wove and Summit
Station, at /2.80 p. m.
For Frngress, Lingiestown, Monads am, West Rano-
Ver. Ban Hanover, aino and Jonestown, on Monday.
Wednesday and Friday, at 700 s. m.
For. Lisburn B,nd Lewieberry, on - Saturday, at 12.&.'
s. in. to 8.00 p. in. Sim
day from 7 , 14 is B_3o a.m- and from 8.00 to 4.00 p.m:
Ott Aocoarrr of the nonsual press of other and
perhaps more interesting matter, we are compelled
to abridge oar department to a cessiderable extent.
A number of local and general items are to-day
RARRISSURAZ TIPOORAPHIOAL trAIONI No. 14.
A stated meeting of this rnion will be held at
their hall this ,(Saturday) evening at 6 o'clock.—
Punctual attendance *respectfully requested.
Hanna , SLSP, Beciy.
LRrrEns Posom.—A package consisting of ten
letters and one paper was poked up in North
awaits on Thursday ;light, by olfieer Campbell.—
Mete of the letters were postmarked Lancaster
and two Philadelphia, and all were directed to Pe
ter's Creek. They can be found at Alderman
GIRAND Coat m.—A grand concert for the ben
efit of the.heroes of eettysburg will be given at the
Court House this evening. The military band of
-the Twonty=socend regiment, N. N- con
ducted by ilebnsmueller, will bear a band in the
performance. Let every one go. It will be both
a pleasure and a duty to do so. Let -the brave
Union defenders have a rousing benefit.
. THE 4 GREAT SHOWMAN.—Mr. Charles F. Brawn,
totter knows' as Artamas Ward, has twa lectures
in reparation for this winter. One bear. the
of "Robinson Crusoe, boils of Poor but Respecta
ble Patentor the other is entitled "Brigham
Young's Mother-in-Law; Showing How Many
there is of Her." Artemas goes to California in
October, where glory and - golden opinions await
DAVIS'S PANORAMA.—This is the last night of
this popular and highly interesting art exhibition
in this place. Its success here, as in other cities ,
has been complete. Among the attractive features
which have been added to the exhibition, are gifts
of books and jewelry, which the holder of a ticket
is entitled to draw_ The great attraction, however.
is the work itself, which is executed in a masterly
manner and on a magnificent scale. It will be
appreciated by every spectator who is not cross
eyed or unbalanced in mind and judgment. Re
member, Brants Hall is the place and this the last
A DISTINGUIMIRD VMS - IL—We bad the extreme
felicity of meeting the distinguished Alexander
Cummings, of Scotch Ale and Red Herring mem
ory, in Market street yesterday. Alex. belongs to
the Loyal League of Philadelphia, and as that pa
triotic body is engaged in getting up a brigade to
resist the invasion, we should have extracted him
to make his appearance in our city clad in a pair
of linen pantaloons, with a straw . hat surmounting
his bead, a red herring on each shoulder to desig
nate his rank, and a London porter bottle to serve
the office of a canteen. But he looked plain—and
we' looked disappointed. Like the rest of the con
tractors of the League, be won't fight any himself,
but "be pays his money and takes his chance" to
make more, providing the war lasts.
Tan RECCTED RESERVES —A member of the
Second Pennsylvania Reserves, writing to his
friends at Harrisburg, from Gettysburg on the sth
instant, says "We have marched since the 25th of
June 143 miles, id ecven daye, sud bars Moe en•
gaged with the rebels ever since. Our regiment
forme part of the brigade under General Crawford,
was in action forty-three consecutive hours, and
before it was relieved, we think, saved the battle
and the army, and even the "regular" soldiers ad.
mit this. Ths 104 of one remnant of men was
feirfal. How great Ido not know. The last day
only will tell the rate. The enemy are on 'the
go,' and I presume we will have to follow."
IThis regiment, before the battle, had over 400
mop on its roll, as we understand our correspon
POLIO! AMlSS—Before .alderman
John Rider was arrested by officer M'Clintock for
assault and battery, on oath of John S. Burkhart.
Both parties, we believe, live in Verbeketown.
Rider was committed in default of bail
Louis Cugbler was up for assault and battery on
George S. Brady, andP entered bail to answer at
Court. Arrested by officer Cline.
Louis Cugtder brought a cross-action against
George S. Brady for assault and battery. He was
arrested by officer 'Newman, and entered' bail to
answer at Quarter Sessions.
Mary Thomas was arrested by officer Cline for!
the larceny of a five dollar note from the room of
George Sheppard, who boards at the Burke House,
corner of Third and Walnut_ Mary held the peal_
Lionof chambermaid at the hotel, and was accus
tomed t o attend to the room occupied by Mr. S.
and his wife. Committed for trial.
The work of getting drunk in defianc e of law
and strict municipal regulations goes bravely on,
as will be seen by the following list of drunks and
4isorderlies - who were brought from the Inot.up
yesterday morning, and, after a hearing, and in
some eases a fine of one dollar, discharged from
Charles E. Robinson, arrested by officer Brooks;
Herbert Stone, by Keehler; James Speaks, by
M'Mahon; Michael Cash, ,by Brooks; Thomas 3
Wakelin, by rat, Campbell; John Kane, Patrick
Caslow, A. R. Gamage end Lewis Martin, by Chief 1
of Police Campbell; W. R. Taylor and John Ed
wards, by Essig; 3. IL Mullen, by Harter; Walter
-johnston, by Fry; Robert Smith, by Leib; John
De bearcey and John Haney, by M'Clintock; John
Somerville, by Becker; Henry Harrop, by Cline;
William Thomas, by Elliott.
PansonaL.—General Dans, lately commanding
the defences of Philadelphia, left this city yes•
terday, having been ordered to join the Army
of the Potomac.
HAY CAR OR Fiax.—A oar belonging to a bay
train on the Reading railroad was ignited near the
depot yesterday afternoon, probably by a spark
from the passenger train going east, and was soon
in flames. By the exertions of the employees of
the company, the bay was thrown down the em
bankment, and the balance of the government hay
A REPREHENSIBLI Acv.—Mr. Henry Bradley,
the well-known proprNtor of a hair dressing and
shaving saloon on Third street, was met in Short
street yesterday afternoon by a squad of soldiers,
who proeeeded to impress him into the work of
unloading freight ears at, the old railroad d6pot
down town, which is now used as a Commissary
store. He told them that he was very busy at his
shop and could not go. To this they replied that
he would be made to go. Bradly, knowing that
no proper authority existed for impressing colored
folks other than those unemployed, declined per
emptorily the demands of the men.. They then
attempted to take him by force, one of them
thrusting a bayonet into Bradley's hand:*
This be unfastened from the gun, and succeeded
in knocking down two of his assailants. He was
then struck with a billy on the temple, which over
powered him, and left him to be maltreated at
their pleasure. Recovering himself, he seized and
wrested a gun from one of the soldiers, With the
intention of using it in eelf defence.
They then retired, but soon returned with a,
reinforcement strong enough to take him along.
Arrived at the Commissary depot, Mr. Bradley was
released by order of the Colonel commanding the
regiment to which the mind belonged. The officer
diselhireed the notion of the soldiers, and declared
that they had ieeeived- no authority whatever to
impress men into the service. The offenders were
given up to the proper civil officers, and are now
in confinement awaiting trial.
Mr. Bradley hue, through4iut the late emergency,
eketted himself for the defenee of the State, her.
ing raised a full colored company, with which• he
labored. faithfully in the defensive works of this
Cause, AND EFFECT.—That the recent rebel in
vasion of the Citnaberland Valley was, in a great
measure, the legitimate result of the misrepresen
tetieng of Northern sentiment on the part of the
journals and spokesmen of the .la6obiti patty
among us, is proven by the evidence which con
fronts us on every hand. These Abolitionists
have been 'for- months and years charging a full
half of their fellow.citizens with treason, sympa
thizing with rebellion, and being in favor of un
conditional 'peace. Contractors and demagogues
have bellowed the fact frees evoy street <tepees
into the ears of the South, and assured them that
their sympathizers here were legion, and told them
that their march North would be an ovation. The
effect of this was to invite invasion. The rebels,
hearing these charges again and again repeated,
naturally thought that where there was en much
smo ke thug moat be some fire, and finally took
the lyint, eowardty swindlers at their Itord. Itl
proof of this, we cite the following paragraph from
a 'call to arms recently issued by the citizens of
the Cumberland Valley, which we And in a late
number of the "Telegraph :"
"They (the rebels) have plundered our valley,
but they are disappOinted. They cpenly declare
that they expected to finds Majority of the peo
ple in their favor . ! Burn every heart at the indig
nity of such an imputation Flash vengeance
every eye on the vile defamers! The citizens of
this valley are loyal to the heart's care."
Now, why did the rebels "expect to find a ma
jority of our people in their favor P" Clearly be
cause the lying political non-combatant jngglers
had told them so. These slanderers invited the
butternuts to the feast of invasion.' They offered
a premium on the apoilition of the North. ' They
spurred our enemies on, and it was only when the
invaders met their expected "friends" in hostile
array, prepared with sword and gun to hurl them
back whence they'came, that they discovered bow
grievously they had been deceived by the skedad=
riling shoddyites. These babbling hypovito Psel
green-back loyalists invited the spoiler to our soil.
promising him aid and comfort from the Demo
cratic party. The event proved them to be liars
and cravens, and we now find them traducing the
State of Pennsylvania, and, while safely out of
harm's way themselves, charging her with a want
of patriotic spirit, and laying all the blame at the
door of the "copperheads," a full proportion of
whom are in the field. Such wretched, puerile
drivel is beet answered by a pithy little•sentence
from the Albany "Evening Jannis)," a Republican
abet% which we herewith subjoin. Out of thOlf
own - mouth are they condemned:
"One or two journals attempt to account for the
apathy of the Pennsylvanians on the ground of the
malign influence of •copperheads.' This is puerile
and disingenuous. Were it true, we should expect
to And that portion of the people who are net 'cop
perheads' rushing to arms with more vim and
This Clarnrssuast Bemis FteLn.—The
ing account of the scene of the late great battle
was fuinisbed us by a friind just returned from
the spot. Every thing bearing upon this subject
possesses a peculiar and absorbing interest at this
The battle field around the quiet town of Get
tysburg will be an object of absorbing interest to
many of oar citizens for weeks to come. We vis
ited the scene of the strife on Thursday, and can
truly say that it is the saddest commentary on
human ambition it bee over boon our lot to behold,
Any 066 anxious about the definition of the word
Glory will find the answer in the valley in front of
Round Top, where numbers of bodies lie bleaching
in the sun on the gray granite rooks, in every
stage of decomposition, and without a single mark
of identification, doomed to lie there exposed to the
elements, in every conceivable position that men
killed outright will assume in their fall. Their
ankitouti friends will never even know the horrible
condition that death lett them in.
The principal scene of the Comilla was a valley
running north and south from Gettysburg , to Bin
mitsburg", traversed on the western side by the
Emmiteburg road, and on the eastern by the Bal
timore turnpike. We started at the Pennsylvania
College buildings, northwest of the town, and by
making a slighteentheirele, kept along the line of
rebel rifle pits thrown up in haste on Saturday
morning to cover their retreat. These are thrown
up on a gentle eminence west of tie town, and ex
'tend north and south, a distance of at least four
miles; a portion of the way over the graund on
which the battle of Wednesday was fought.
A short walk brought us to the Theological Bern,.
inary, which presented evidence of the severity of
the struggle in its battered and perforated walls.
In the yard, a short distance south, were a num
ber of new-made graves, each marked with a neat
bead-board, giving the lISIMO and number of the
regiment. The•first was marked Col. R. P. Cum
mins!, 142 d Regl, P. V. Bide by aide were Lieut.
A. G. Tucker, Jas. Rill, and Thomas Duncan, of
Co. E., 142 d regiment, and David J. Ripp, 121st
P. V. Continuing down the ridge which seemed
to have been the rebel line of defence, we saw
their dead buried in scattered confusion through
the woods and fields to the right, while the evi
dences of a severe struggle abounded everywhere—
battered muskets, knapeacks and cartridge boxes,
blankets and every article of clothing trampled
under foot, with numbers of deed horses lying
around, creating a stenoh perceptible miles froll
the battle field.
A peaoh orchard a short distance south of the
Seminary was completely riddled with musketry,
while a piece of woods adjoining showed the de
structive power of artillery. Trees ten inches in
diameter• were completely severed by the ronnd
shot and shell, and in many instances the shell is
found imbeddoil in the tree. Below this we found
the first rebel unburied; he was shot, apparOlstlY,
while attempting to climb the fence; his lege
still on the fence, and his face its the mud. This
field was lying full of their dead, jest in the posi
tion they had fallen, we being able to count at
least seventeen bodies all in a forward state of
Making a direct line across the battle field
toward Round Top, we passed the graves of three
or four brave New Hampshire men about the cen
ter of the field. In an adjoining field were eight
rebels carefully laid out side by side at the edge of
a wood, ready for interment,' and in the same
glue two officers had already been interred. On
a , line with these, a few hundred yards fur th er,
were hurried the dead of the Irish Brigade and
some Pennsylvanians, ene neat head board beating
the inscription, Myers, Co: 0, 99th mgt. P. V.,
died July 2, 1863—Hugh Holmes, same. .A few
steps further brought us to a gully where had, in
all the ghastly stages of decomposition, twenty
eight rebel officers without a particle of ground to
Cover them; near them WM ethers, apparently
thrown down in haste, lay jumbled in a pile,pro
miscuously. The woods at this place were liter
ally riddled with balls: We found that there was
a literal meaning in the phrase, "a storm of bul
lets." The piles of rebel dead sufficiently indicated
the !linguini, nature of OR Carnage-
After crossing the intervening ridge, t liens
presented itself which we shall never forget. The
bottom of the valley is composed of granite rooks
piled on top of each other. These are covered with
the rebel dead, no less than seventy bodies being
pattered over perhaps an aura. We barried over
this spot, and followed our line ofdefenee to Cem
etery Hill, the ground everywhere presenting in
dications of the fearful havoc of war. About a
mile below Cemetery Hill, we passed a number of
neatly filled' graves, including Sergeant A. F.
Streak, Co. D; Captain A. M'Bride end Lieute
nant Sutton Jones, Co. B, 72d R.egintent P. V.;
also, John M. Steffan, Captain Co. A, California
regiment—ell killed July 8, HIM
Cemetery Hill presents a deplorable scene of
desolation—trampled under the feet ofithe infan
try, and artillery horses, the marks of the artillery
wagons being still plainly visible, whilst the
ground is ploughed with rebel shot and shell. But
any attempt at depicting the scene as presented
yesterday, must. of necessity, fall 80 f4r abort of
the reality, that we forbear any further attempt.
One of the most revolting feature* of chi:Field of
battle is the large number of dead horses scat
tered over it. Around a Single small house we
counted no less than sixteen, mangled in every
horrible and conceivable manner.
Every-house is and around Gettysburg is a hos.
pita], in stir& the droning of wounds aid Ampu
tation of legs.and arms was still progressing when
we left the scene.
Written for the Patriot and Union
THE CHARMING WIDOW D.
like . the blooming widow,
With her sweet and pretty face,
Her smile so bright and happy,
Her form of . matchless grace;
And when she ape's her pretty tuouth,
Stash pearly teeth you see,
I fear that I shall fall in love
With charming Widow D.
The widow she has lovers,
And counts them by the snore,
I wonder if she would object
To having.just one more;
I know she'd make me happy
As mortal e'er could be,
I think I'll just step in and ask .
The charming Widow D.
If we were but united,
0, what a happy lot,
To pass away our span of life,
In some sequestered spot;
I WOUld not mark the hours,
Though fast indeed they flee,
If fate would but give her to me,
My charming Widow D.
Gao. O. TYRRELL.
Pennsylvania Militia and Recruiting Claims,
United States pension, bOvinty, arrears of pay and
subsistence claims, Am, ite., Ac., made out and col
lected by EUGENE SNYDER,
Attorney at Law, office, Third street, Harrisburg,
DAMOCRATIO CLUB lifenvints.—The Democratic
Clubs of the respective wards in this city will
meet weekly as follows, vie :
First Ward---On Saturday evening of Bah
Seoond Ward—On Monday evening of each
Third. Ward—On Tuesday evening of each
Fourth Ward—On Wednesday evening of ,each
Fifth Wardths Thursday evening ,f onek
Sixth Ward—On Friday evening of each week.
The hour and place is left discretionary with the
Clubs or their officers. By order of the City Ex
ecutive Committee. Geo. W. Wasvna, See y,
Wa have taken over on the let of April the
balance of goods bought of Mr. Boger, to our own
store, where we will continue to sell the 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 lustre. 20 and 25 cents.
1,000 yards of linen crash. 111, 18, and 20 opts.
100 yards of brown and• grey cloth for sdraMer
1,000 yards of linen, cotton and wool pants stuff,
300 dozen of the very beet goal cotton, white
1,000 papers of the very beat of Smith's needles,
5 cents a paper; also stockings, gloves, pocket
handkerchiefs, hoop skirts, all %i to of combs,
patent thsead, tapes, seeks, aa► se by the dozen or
060. We Dave 00 ee hand yet about 10 pidaoll
of CARPET, which we will del 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, (free,) a Recipe, with full directions
for making and using a simple Vegetable Balm, that will
effectually remove, in 10 days, Pimples, Blotches, Tan,
Freckles, and all Impurities of the Skin, leaving the
same soft, dear, irracatb, ;Lad beautiful.*.
I will also u ail free to tame to Ping Dal Raids 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.
. THOIL F. °BAHIAN, Chemist,
je2t arad No 831 Broadway, New York.
TON ONLY PARPARATION that will Instantly wrol
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including Dr. R. CHILTON, to be free from every dele
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ripidity of its operation. •
Manufactured by J. ORISTADORO, 6 Astor House s
Now York. Sold everywhere, and applied by all Hair
Dressers. Price $l, $1 SO and $3 per box, according to
Cristadoro's Hair Preservative
Is invaluable with his Dye, ail it imparts the utmost
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Price GO amts, $1 and $2 per bottle, according to she
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lteakanicabarg, by J. 8. Dol/ett,
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BRANDRETIPS PILLS, NEW STYLE,
Are infallible for costiveness, spasms, lose of appetite,
sick headache, &dimes, 1/0101/9 of bleating after meals }
dizziness, droweiness, and cramping pains, and all dis
orders of the stomach and bowels.
ONE OF MANY OASES_
17 Original Letter at 294 Canal street, New York
J. I. C. COOK, publisher of the State Banner, Ben
nington, Vt., says he was attacked with DYSPEPSIA,
and suffered so severely flour it, that not a particle of
food could be swallowed without occasioning the most
uncomfortable sensation in his stomach• F or five years
be suffered from this dreadful complaint, when he used
BRAN MOTIFS PILLS. .The first box did not seem to
benefit him much, bat the second produced s change
and by the time he had taken six boxes, a 00H PIATB
CURB was effected. He says? "My dyspepsia was gone,
and my expectations of an early death vanished."
ASK FOR NEW STYLE.
ASK FOR NEW STYLE.
A l 3ll FOR NEW STYLE.
ASH FOR NEW STYLE.
Principal office, 294 Canal street, New York.
For sale in Harrisburg by GEO. H. BELL.
Don't fail to.procure Mira. WINSLOW'S SOOTHINO
SYRUP for CHILDREN TEETHING. This Val ble
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 safety and suc
cess by millions of mothers and children, from the fee
ble infant of one week old to the adult. •
It not only relieves the child from pain, but invigo
rates the stomaoh and O.Orgeste avidity, And
gives tone and energy to the whole system. It will al
most instantly relieve
GRIPING IN INN BOWILS AND WIND COLIC.
We believe It the best and surest remedy in the world
in ail cases of. DYSENTERY AND DIARRHOIA. IN
CHILDREN, whether it arises from teethio or from
any other cause.
Pull directions for using will accompany each bottle.
Npize gpqmilap Ruling the fac simile of CURTIS & PER
KINS§ New York e is on the outride wraPPer-
Sold by all Medicine Dealers.
Principal Mee, 48 Dey street, New York.
Price only 26 cents per bottle.
To Horse Owners.
Dr. Sweet's Infallible Liniment for Horses
is unrivaled by any r and 112 all eases of Lameness, ari
sing from grains Avulses or Wrenching, its effect is
magical and certain. 'Urumqi or Saddle Malls, Scratch
es, Mange, &c., it will also oure speedily. Sputa and
Itingbone may be easily prevented and cured in their
incipient stages, bat, confirmed cases are beyond the
possibility of a radical cure. No cue of the kind, how
ever, is so desperate or hopelen but it may be alleviated
by this Liniment, and its fitthful application will al
ways remove the Lameness, and enable the horse to
travel with comparative ease.
Every horse owner should have this remedy at hand,
for its timely use at thb tiro appearance. of Lameness
will effeetUally prerent those formidable alpinism =ra
tioned, to which all horses are liable, and which render
so many otherwise valuable horses nearly worthless.
See advertisement. ap2O eow-d&w
I NQ Pusroess.-1. very superior article, Carried,
pured just received and for sale by
Julyl WM. DOCK, Jr. Clo.
4- 44- , Alf-
GREAT EXTERNAL REMEDY,
FOR RUBUIKATIBIIi, 00UP, NEURALGIA
LUMBAGO, STIFF NECK AND JOINTS,
SPRAINS, BRUISES, CUTS A WOUNDS,
PILES, HEADACHE, and ALL RHEU
MATIC lind NERVOUS DL,ORDERS.
Dr. Steithert Sweet, of Connecticut,
The great Natural Bone Setter.
Dr. Stephen - Sweet, of Connecticut,
Is known all over the United States.
Dr. Stephen Sweet, of Connecticut,
Is the author of " Dr. Sweet% rufanilde Liniment."
Dr. Sweet's Infallible Liniment
Oures Rheumatism and never tale.
Dr. kiiveet's Infallible Linimen
Is s Umtata ears for Neuralgia.
Dr. Sweet's Infallible Liniment?
Cures Burns and Beside immediately.
Dr. Sweet's Infallible Linimen.';
Is the best known remedy for Sprains and Bruises.
Dr. Sweets Difitllible Linimen
Cures Headache immediately and was never lino*
Dr. Nweetho InfallibleLinimen 4
Affords• immediate relief for .Piles, and seldom faf
Dr. Sweet's Infallible .Linimen
Cures Toothache in one minute.
Dr. Sweet's Infallible Llnimen`•
Ones Outs and Wounds inune3int4/7 4414 leaves L
Dr. Sweet's Infallible Linimen
' Is the best remedy for Sores la the known, world.
Dr. Sweet's Infallible Linimen
Has been used by more than a million people, and a 1
Dr. Sweet's Infallible "Jaime])
I. truly a gi friend in need? and every family short; .
have it at hand.
Dr. Sweet's Infallible Linimen
Is for sale by all Druggists. Price 25 cents.
RICHARDSON & Co,
• Sole Proprietors, Norwich, Ct.
Tor sale by all Dealers. ap2o eow.d&w
SORES ! THEIR 0417811 A UPDATED OM
DITION OF THE VITAL FLUID,
SCROFULA, ULCERS, SORES, SPOTS, TEI
TEES, SCALES, BOILS. SYPHILIS Olt YEN);
REAL DISEASES, ETC. .
ROBOT AND HERB JUICES
Is offered to the public as a positive care. Banishes,'
impurities 9f the blood and brings the system to
healthy action, cure those done) Potions ] 004+a as.
Copper Colored Patches.
SYPHILIS OR VENEREAL DISEASES
The Samaritan's Root and Herb Juices is the ma
certain remedy ever prescribed. It removes every pa
tide of the poison.
In many affections with which numbers of !malt
suffer, the ROOT AND HERB JUICES is most happli •
adapted, in Ulcerated Uterus, in Whites, in booth.,
down, Falling of the Womb, Debility, and for all con
plaints incident to the 404.
Da Nor DESPAIR.
Keep ont of hospitals. Here is a cure in any ease fa
$5. Price $1 per bottle, or six for $5, with full dire,
tions. Bold by D. W. GROSS & CO.
Bent by Bxprese carefully packed by .
DBBMOND & CO,,
janet-ly Box 161 Phila. P.O.
TEL MOST CBRTAIN ReMeDY EVSII 1711111 D.
Yes, a Posstive Cure!
BALSAM COPAVIA ¢ MERCURY DISCARDED.
. Only ten Pills to be taken to effect a cure.
They are entirely vegetable, having no smell nor an,
unpleasant taste, and will not, in any way, injure th!
stomach or bowels of the most delicate.
Cures in from two to four days, and resent own
No exposure, xo trouble, no change whatever.
Price male packages, $2 F r iemale, P. Sold by
D. W. GROSS & CO.
Sent by mail by DESMOND & CO., Box 151 Phila. P
WINDOW SHADES of linen, gilt.
bordered; and PAPER BLINDS of an andlest
variety of designs and ornaments; also, CIIRTAIIN
FIXTURES and TASSELS at very low prices. Call at
MACKEREL, Nos. 1, 2 end 3, in 01 nisei package,—
new, and each package warranted. Just received, and
for sale low by WM. DOCK Jr, fr.. do,
I UST • RECEIVED/
THE LARGEST AND BEST ASSORTMEN
STEEL ENGRAVINGS !
PRINTS, AND HEADS,
SCENES, ADAPTED FOR GRECIAB
OIL PAINTINGS, AT
Wm. Knoche's Musk Store.
No. B Mirket street, Harrisburg.
For sale low, by
YOTTVILLR GLASS WORKS,
WIN'. POSTER, MINBBAL W 2.7.111, PICKLE AN)
it- it G.
oele.dly 27 iloath hunt eteret. Philadelphia.
ijoll T. BABBITT'S Concentrated, Con
" , disused, or Pulverized Soft Soap. Three gallons
of handsome white soft soap made In Sr. minutes. No
Warmness :—Dissolve one pound of the soap in one
gallon boiling water, then add two gallons warm. when
cool you will hays three gallons Harineens WHITS
Sore Soar. Ten pounds will make one barrel of soft
soap. The soap thus made is an excellent wash foe
trees, shrubs and Wiwi of all kinds. For sale by
ely2B- • Wm. DOCK, Jr GO,
A SPLENDID ASS OR TMENT
Formerly retailed st from $8 to $6, ere now offered at
50 and 76 coo', and $1 and $1 60—prblieked by the Ar
Union} and formerly retailed by them.
epleudid Photographic Albora Pictures of all
geisha& Men and Generals of the eirmy, at only 10 Oa,
For sale at 80EDIFFEEM Bookstore,
18 Market street, Banisher`.
WEBSTER'S ARMY AND NAVY
Inet received and for sale at
BeiIEPPER , II 800 'ESTORIL
MONET 1 HAPPINEB
At this session of year, when so maim sickness prevails,
every one should provide himself with pH. HUM
PHREIPS HONHIOPATHIQ inmogium, and prevent
disease in its beginning.
A fresh supply always on hand at
WM. DOOR, Jr., & Co
THE CALLE 66 AMERICAN RENEDIES,”
GINIIINI PRIPABATIONS,Vis :
SEMIBOLD'S EXTRACT 4411IICHII.”
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT OARSA.PARILLA.
HELMBOLDIS IMPROVED ROSE WASH.
ILICLIIDOLDIS GRNIIINK PRZPARATION,
11 RIRRLY CONCINTRATED '
FLUID RETRACT BIIORII,
A polar, aM gprolAu Remedy for Diseases of the
BLADDER, KIDNEYS, GRAVEL AND DROPSICAL
This medicine increases the power of digestion and ex
cites the absorbents into healthy eolion, by which the
water or eakarsous depositional, sal all unnatural en
largements, are reduced, as Well as pain and inflamma
tion, and is good for lON, WOKEN and 011,1LILDREN.
RELMBOLD'S EXRYIAOT SI7CHU,
For Waikato. arising from Exaskass SAM of Ms
pation, Zany Indiscretion or Abuse, at tended with the
Indisposition to Dictation, Dryness of the Skin,
Logs of Memory, Lags of Power. '
Ddlimity in Breathing,
Horror of Dionne, Trembling,
Dimness of 'Vision, Wait- Mom,
Vulreraid Loogitude Of the Pain in the Seek,
Muscular System, Fluehleg of the Body,
Hot Hands, Eruptions on the lave,
These symptoms, it allowed to go on, which tide medi
cine invariably removes, mon folbow
IMPOTENCY, FATUITY, EPILKPTIO VITA.
In one of 'which she pataent any expire. Who goo ray
Ailey Ado not figlogatly folloWed 7 thou IL &paha dia■
INSANITY AND CONSUMPTION?
Many are aware of the cause of their suffering, bat none
will confess, The records of the Insane Asylum., and the
melancholy deaths by Conimmption, bear ample witness
to the truth of the assertion.
THE CONEILTUTLOK (INCA ArrEOT)n BT 071-
Repine the aid of medicine to strengthen and Invigo
rate the systom,which ItELMUOLDI IX tll&OT 11170811
invariably does • trial will convince the most skeptical .
FEMALES 1 FEMALES !! FEMALES I!!
OLD OR YOUNG, SINGLIM, MARRIED, OR CONTROL-
In inimy affections peculiar to lema'es, the Extract
Ruche is unequalled by any other romedy, as in Chlorosi
or Retention. Irrognialties, Palaulmes, r Suppression
of Customary Evacuations, Ure.rated or Seirrhous state
or the Uterus. Leueorrh-a or Whites, Sterility, and for al
complaints incident to the sex, whether arising
discretion, Habits of Dissipation, or in the
DECLINE OR CHANGE OF rays.
mut 1411111010 ABOVE_
NOFAMILY SHOULD NS WITHOUT IT.
Take no Balsam, Mercury or Unpleasant Medicine, for
Unpleasant and Dangerous Diseases.
xpIiMBOLD'S EXTRACT BITC/LV
CUR Azokut DIAZABES
In all their stages, at little expense; little or no chart
la diet ; no inconvenience, AND NO NXPORIAN.
Ic causei fn quart deeire and grime strength to Urinate,
thereby removing ohatrnothins, preventing . and curia
strictures of the urethra, allaying pain and ingiimmation
so frequent in this clue of diseases, and impellingPOl
-110NOUS, DISEASED AND WORN-OUT MATTNN.
Thompty upon thousands who have bean the
VICTIMS OP QtrAoll3,
And who have paid HEAVY PBE3 to be cured le a short
time, have found they were deceived, sad that the " Poi
eon" has. by the use of • Powerful Astrdagenta," bees
dried up in the system, to break oat is an aggravated form,
PERHAPS ,AFTER MAJIBIAGE.
BELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCSU•
For all Affections and . Menses the TiItINABIT - 011.-
GANS. whether existing in MAL'S OK - PilllAl/11, from
whatever Glum originating, and no. matter of bow long
standing. Dimwits of throe ordans require the aid of a
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BIICIIII
18 THE GREAT =TERUO,
AM it is cartaio to have the desired effect in alltiesiume
for which it ie recommended.
BLOOD 1 BLOOD !! BLOOD !
HELMEOLD , A HIGHLY CONCENTRATED r CON
POUND FLUID EXTRACT EARISAPARILLA.
This is an affection of the Blood, and:sttaelos the sem
organs, Linings of the Nnse, Bars, Throat, Windpipe and
other Iguana derfikees, making Its ippearanee in the form
of Marc lIIILKIN/LD 9 B Barad Marisperfft pwlflei
tie Blood and reandree al Sealy iriptiope the Nun,
giving to the contplexio dear and healthy whir. It
being riveted express! for this clam of complaints, is
Blood•pnrifying properties are preierved to a pester ex
tent than any other preparation of ilexaspu
HELMBOLD'S ROSE WASR,
An excellent lotion for diereasee of- a lifnikeitie metro,
an d as ap 1440164 la diseases at the iirdnagy.Orems aria.
lag from habits of dissipation, nett in oonnntion with the
Euracts Dacha and Siniapstills, in such sliessuses as ream.
mended. Evidence of the most responsible' and reliable
character will accompany the medicines.
CERTIFICATES OP CURES,
from three to twenty years' standing, with names koawo
TO BOINNOZ AND LUIZ.
For medical properties of WORD, see Diepenestory o
the United States.
See Professor DEWEES' valuable works on the Prac
tice of Physic.
Poe remarks made by the late celebrated Dr..PRTSICK,
See remarks made by Dr. RPIDiAIN WDOWELG, a
celebrated Physician and Member of the Royal College of
ihtworis, Ireland, and published hi the Transactions
the Ring and Queen's Journal.
Pee Medico. Ohirargical Review, published by BENJA
KIN TRAVERS, Fellow of Royal Collegeof Surgeons
See most of the late Standard Works on Nedie.ne.
Extract $lOO per bottle, or slit for $6 00
Extract Saraapvilla.....lll 00 per bottle, or six for 115 00
Improved Rose Wash.... foie. per bottle, or wiz for $2 60
Or half doyen of each for $l2, which will beatdiki-nt to
sire the most obstinate eaters, if dirediOillam adhered to.
neitsered to any address,fiecurely peeked from obser
Nocribe symptoms In all comtmutioatloolk Outs
guaranteed. Advise gratis.
Personally appeared beer. me, alleraan of the city
of Philadelphia, H. T. Relinberd, whit brim , duly sworn
Both say, hie preparations contain no narcotic, no mer- .
Bury, or other ledurious drugs, tat.are purely vegetable.
IL T. a.111.1/StlieD.
Sworn Mid Ititeidribed bare mit; hoiNtwoon
her, 185 a. WM. P. MIEIBUD, Al derman
Math et., above Awe, Philadelphia.
Addrees lotion for information in confidence to
H. T. HELMBOLD, Chemist.-
Depot. No. 104 South Tenth street, below Chestnut,
BEWARE Or COUNTBRFAITS
AND lINPRTNOIPLrD 'MUM,
Who endeavor to disposes "OF TM:ft OWN" and
other" articles on the reputation attained by
lIILMBOLD , D ONNIIINE 111NPANATIoNg,
RBLINDOLDIO GENENNX SINMOT BUONO
EItLISBOVIPS IlliN l 7o l ß NXTBAOT BARSAFARIGLA4
lINLMBOLD'O GENII/NE nIFROVVF NOON WAN!.
Sold by alt Druggiets everywhere.
ASK FOR ÜBLIGIOLD'S---TAKE NO OTEURI.
Cut eat the advertisement and mood for it, and avoid
J- , •c0.4 alma ••••••• 'l4.f