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Tea DAUM PATRIOT ARB may be had at
Jack's Book Store, corner of Third and Market
Auto, at be News Agency of George L. Walter,
tt llatket meet_ near Fifth.
MN MULL—Under no change of oobedlitO on
the different railroads, the time of closing the simile
st the Harrisburg Post Office, April 20, 1863; is
NORINSZII OZWISAL ILAILWAY.
NOBTII.—Wer Man, —Nor all
_places between Har-
Mar& Lock amen $44 gireir 9 7 at 12,00 in.
Nor Lock dorm, Williamsport nod Lewlabarg at 9
geupg.—War Min.—for all W ashingto n Har
rmenrg and Baltimore, Md., and D ap., at
Nor Washington, D. 0., Baltimore, Md., and York, is.
at 9.00 p. m.
LintlON VALIUM RAILROAD
NABT.—Wair kistb....Por all places between Harms.
burg, Canton and Phi ladalnina. via Reading, at 7.00 a. in.
For Reading and Pottsville, at 123) p. in.
War 101an..--sol‘ all places between Harrisburg and
Philadelphia, at, 6.80 a. m.
For Philadelphia and Lancaster, at 12.00 In.
ror New York, Poondelphis. Lancaster, Columbia,
Marietta aid Bainbridge, at 2.45 p. m.
Jro Ntir Vora, Ph1U.4.411111 464 1.1115411 tee, at 0.00
WHIST.—Way Ilsit..—Nor all places between Hurls
burg and Altoona, 12.00 m.
For Johnstown, Pittsburg and Erie Pa., Cincinnati,
Columbus and Cleveland, Ohio, at 2.45 p. m. ;
For eittsburg, tlollidaystoun, Altoona, Phillipsburg,
Trani; Huntingdon and Lewistown, at ILOO D. in.
OUBINSILLAID rALLisr MlAllmatte.ii,
For Mechanicsburg, Uarliale s Bbippenaburg and Oham
beraoarg, Pa., at 7.00 a. In.
War Mari..—For all places between Harrisburg and
Hagerstown, Md., at 12.30 p. in.
OCINDYLLTLI. AND SIDDRIBNANNA NAILNDAD.
Nor .11110.411111 Arra, Zllwood, PIDOIgIOTO ADO Summit
Station. as 13.50 p. m.
Nor Pr^gress, Lingtestown, Monads Hill, West Hano
ver. East Hanover, trim aud Jonestown, on Monday,
Wednesday and Friday, at 7 00 a. m.
For Lisburn and Lewiaberry, on Saturday, at 12.30
117"Ance Sours --Prom 5.39 m. to 8.00 p_ tn. Sun -
afir from 8.98 80 8..80 and from 3.00 to 4.00 rk.m._
A stated meeting of the Paxton fire company
will be held at their hall on this (Tuesday) eve
ning, August 4th, at S o'clock. Punctual atten
dance is requested•
EXAGGERATED GREENBACKS —Ten dollar United
States Treasury notes, altered from ones, are now
In circulation. If examined closely, they betray
the daubing of green paint about the flgung work.
Watch them closely.
DEATH IN THE GUARD HOUSE.—Cbarles Hemp
lop, Co. V, MN Y. Y., died in the guard house,
under the Exchange building, Walnut street, at
ODD o'clock yesterday morning. He had been
confined there by the guard for disorderly conduct
the evening before, and was apparently intoxi
cated at the time of his arrest. His sudden death
is supposed to have been caused by a, fit of mania
WROUGHT Isoz4 CANZION.-A firm in Bridgewater,
Mass., are making a gun from wrought iron, which
will weigh, when completed, about seventeen tons.
It is forged solid, in an octagonal form, with the
cavity bored out thirteen inches in diameter, and
will be hooped with strong bands of iron, put on
by hydraulic pressure. The lathe on which the
metal is being turned is one of the largest in the
CASTOR OIL Aratuusvaavron.—The medical men
of Paris recommend the following way of admin
isteriug castor oil to children. Tho quantity' of
oil prescribed is: poured into a small earthen pan,
over a moderate fire, an egg broken into It, and
stirred up so as to form what cooks call buttered
eggs; when it is done, a little salt or sugar, Or a
few drops of orange water, or some currant jelly
should he added. The sick child will eat it eager
ly, and never discover the fraud.
A BLIPPZRY Cuarotran.—George W. Thompson,
of the United States army, was arrested in• All
egheny county, on Saturday, for desertion, and ar
rived here that night, handcuffed and in charge of
a guard. This makes the sixth time that be has
deserted, the last time being from Camp Distribu
tion, near Alexandria. He first enlisteci as a pri
vate in the Fourth Pennsylvania cavalry. He has
tact and enterprise enough to make a very sac.
cessful substitute for conscripted men. Substitu
tion is evidently his forte.
TER New TILLEGRAPII LIRE.—The new telegraph
line to Pittsburg, via Hanover Jolotion, °ham
hamburg. Bedford and Fayette county, is being
puahod forward se rapidly as poosible. When
oonipleted from Hanover Junction to Pittsburg, it
will be connected with the Independent telegraph
line already constructed from Portland, Me., to
Washington, D. C., and One, with the new line
from Harrisburg to Baltimore, forming the 811a
beird and a portion of ! the blood boob of a corn.
plate system of wires t h roughout the cuintry.
A Elenteer, RWIRVIE Comm.—The Surgeon Gen
eral has written a letter to the Governors of the
several States, advising the organisation by the
Easeative of suet State of a taitdleal reserve
corps. This corps is to be composed of thirty sur
geon., elected by the Governor, who will hold
themselves in readiness when a battle occurs to
proceed at once to the held of action. Each Sur
geon is , to be sworn in for a period of fifteen Opt
and will receive $lOO per mouth and transporta
tion. They will furnish their own subsistence.
DEFEAT OF A New COMITY PROJECT.—Tbe prop
osition to divide Lesotho county has been agitated
by the people of that county for some time past,
and was before the Legislature last winter, when a
bill was passed which provided for the erection of
the new county and referred the question to the
voters of the districts affected by the division. This
bill was defeated on the popular vote of the citi
zens in question, at an election held on Tuesday,
the 21s. ult., by a majority of 3,733, out of a vote
of 10.937_ The tlfort to divide grew ont of the
jealousy existing between the people of Scranton
and Witkesbarre—the former desiring to constitute
what the latter already constitutes, a county seat
The new eounty was to have been christened
"Lackawanna" It was to celebrite the panes°
of the bill erecting it that the Legislature took a
grand excursion up into the Lackawanna coal re
gion last winter.
CcITSCIL MESTISG—LoroRTANT ItEsOLliTiolf —A
stated meeting of the City Council was held on
Saturday nigbt, at which the following reeolatioa,
which was offered by Mr. Shoemaker and seconded
by Mr. V.-rbeke, was adopted :
Besoked, That the Ordinance Committee are
hereby instructed to report an ordlbance directing
the issue of twenty-four bonds, of one thousand
dollars sulk, and eppropriating the MP of twenty.
four thousand dollars; the said bonds, when issued,
in no ease to be negotiated for less than per value,
and the proceeds thereof to be applied as tollows :
In case of the legal enfircement of the Conscrip
tion' etr, a committee of three members of the
council shall be appointed by the President, who
shall ir quire into the circumstances of each person
drafted -in the city, and who shall not be ex9npt
tinder any:of the provisions If said law, who shall
be liable to respond to the draft in one of the three
Ways provided by the law. The committee ,sball
use of said Meaty the sum of three hundred dol
lars for the relief of such person or his family •,in
case ranch person shall sleet to enter, and sha ll
into the service of the United State-, the sum shall
be raid to suck.person or his family for their re
lief. In ease the person shall not so elect, then
the raid sum shall be need to proeuie a substitute,
in all eases where a koluitiiinte can be procured
thereby. In all cas e s where such persons do not
go into tech service, or 'in whiob no substitute can
be preeored, then raid stmr Shall. be paid to the
proper ctrieer of the Vaned ,8111 1 04 in.Amou such
service; it bring intended that the money shall be
used, as far as practicable, to .preere. men for tbe
aerates of the United! State; the
time, drafted men and their / families they 14 re:
Tar DEATH Or Hamm Pentn.--:This estimable
young man, a private in the Curtin Troop, Capt.
Murray, wits killed by the accidedtil discharge of
a pistol, last week, while in camp near Chambers
burg. Ills body was forwarded to this place yes
terday and was buried in the afternoon. The
deceased 'was a young. man of good character and
promise. The following resolutions, passed at a
meeting held by his comrades, show fully how
well be was loved and appreciated by them :
HairQuAavaltS Crismno TRour, 22
CHANBEMEMEO, Anglia 2,1t1t8 S
At a special meeting bald by this company to
day, the following preamble and resolutions were
Wenatess, It has pleased au all-wise Providence
to remove from our midst by death, from an &Doi
&Gobi discharge of a pistol, our late onmpanion
in arms, Henry C. Pelee, who by his devotion and
zeal in this company and by his manly and gener
ous disposition, won the esteem and affection of
all who kneW him, endearing himselt to them in
all the relations cf li'e, it therefore beeecnes us,
his brother members. to express our regret at his
riacenee,as wall as one sympathy with Lin stiffening
parents; therefore be it
Resolved, That while we bow in humble submis
sion to the will of Divine Providence in the remr
vat of our late fellow-member, yet we most deeply
lament his early demise, and mourn the loss of
one of the most devoted members of our company.
neselre() ) That we moat sincerely condole with
his bereaved parents, and earnestly hope that
they may in this hour of trouble find in that God
in whom they have trusted that consolation which
the world cannot give, and be resigned to this.most
Rattylced, That a copy of the above preamble
and resolutions be transmitted to the parents of
the deceased, and a copy be furnished to the Har
risburg papers for publication.
'grimmest - B..OHAMBERS.
Conrittittec—J 4E. L. Shearer, Henry C. Thomp
son, henry Eepple, Sergt, Thomas Ellison.
OPINIONS IN REGARD TO EXEMPTIONS.—The fol
lowing opinions in regard to exemptions were pro
mulgated by Colonel Joseph Holt, Judge Advo
cate.. General of the army, on Saturday, the let
1. The only son of aged or infirm parent or pa-
rents is not exempt unless his parent or parents
are dependent on his labor for their support. If
he is in a condition to support, and does support
them, without his personal labor for that purpose,
be is subject to draft, because he is in condition to
perform military service without depriving his pa
rents of the support the law designs to secure
them. The parents need not be wholly dependent
on the tabor of their son fur strum. If they are
so dependent for the principal Net of their support
the right to exemption arises.
2. In the case •of a wido.r having four eons,
three of whom are already in the slithery service,
the fourth is exempt, provided his mother is de
pendent on his labor for support.
3. In the case of a widow having two sons, one
of whom is already in the military service, and the
other has been drafted, the latter is exempt as the
only son liable to military duty in the sense of the
4. In the case of aged or infirm parents having
two or more sons subj-mt to military duty, election
of the son to be exempted must be made before
the draft, and his name shoeln not lime appear in
the draft-box. If one of only two sons of such pe
rmits is already in military service, the other is
exempt; provided his parents aria dependent on his
labor for their support.
5. P,rsons having conscientious scruples in re
gard to bearing arms ate not on that account ex
empt. They are not found in the list of exempted
classes, and the act expressly declares that no per
sons except those enumerated in that list shall be
exemp-. The Society of Friends, and others en
tertaining similar sentiments, if drafted, may fiod
relief from their scruples in the employment of
substitutes, or in the payment of the $3OO.
ll_ Tee ehildren of an insane mother, who may,
at any time, recover her reason, cannot io the
sense of the law, or with any propriety of language,
be termed motherless children. The father of such,
though they lo dependent on hie labor for their
support, cannot, therefore, claim exemption from
the draft The case is a hard one, and would pro
bably have been provided for, had it been !un
seen. It is, however, the law as it is, and not as it
may be supposed it ought to be, that is to be so
Loaspro St - triton Srarsos.—There is ne more
delightful summer resort, either in the seaboard or
inland States, than ribbons' Loretto Springs.
These springs are situated in the heart of the Al.
legheny Mountains, one mile from the village of
Loretto, and four miles from Cresson station, on
the Pennsylvania railroad. They are nearly three
thousand feet above tide water, and consequently
the Jib is always bracing and invigorating, the
average summer temperature seldom ranging above
seventy degrees. The buildings are admirably
constructed and ventilated, and the rooms supplied
with running spring water and hot and cold baths.
The table is always well supplied, and the bar
stocked with pure liquors. The best of muaio will
be tainished during. the season by Garret's Parisian
band. Half price excursion tickets .to Cresson
will be furnished to -visitors by- the- Pennsylvania
Col. George Prince, formerly proprietor of the
State Capitol Hotel, and . a.prinoe of landlords, l
soling as caterer, and dispenses the hospitalities
of the retreat in his own masterly style.
SALE OF REAL ESTATE.--Mr. Henry Omit, the
well known proprietor of the State Capitol Hotel,
corner of Third and Walnut streets, yesterday die
posed of that property to Mr. William G. Thomp
son for the sum of $4,000. Mr. Omit owned and
occupied the hotel slime 1854, at which time he
paid $20,000 for it. We understand it is his in
tention to retire from that business. The best
wishes of his many friends will go with him in his
retirement from the old and. popular stand. The'
purchaser, Mr. Thompson, is proprietor of the
City Rotel, near the depot.
•ganows how to
keep a hotel," and will fully maintain the excellent
reputation of the house. It is his intention to
take immediate possession, and to make extensive
repairs and additions on' the premises.
BRANT'S 11sLx..—Hamblin's combination troupe
commences the second week of their highly sue
"cessfal performance at this popular establishment
this evening, presenting to the public a new and
most attractive programme, comprising Ethiopian
burlesques, songs, dances, pantomimes, &a. Mr.
Hamblin spares neither trouble oraxpense to merit
the patronage of cur eitizans, and he has been re
warded with crowded houses the past week. We
would advise those who wish to pass a pleasant
overlies to ohlit Bract's Hall during the itl.urn of
this talented troupe.
STATE TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION.—The Pennsyl
vania State Teachers' Association meets at Read
ing, Beets county, to-day. It is hoped that our
own county will be well represented on the occa
sion, as the meeting is to be the most interesting
of any of the kind ever held in the State. The
attendance bids fair to be large, and will include
Some of the foremost teachers and best minds of
the eoettry. Every teacher interested in the
success of the educational system should make it
his business to be present. A reduction of hotel
rates and, we understand, of railooad fare, has been
secured for all persona attending the convention.
BEGMBVT ARRWED —Ttie 17/st Pennailvania
(drafted) regiment, Colonel EverarA B ierer, arrived
in this city last night, and is now at Camp Curtin,
where they await mustering out. The regiment
has been in eerviee in the Aimy of the Pytomae,
and belenie 4 rsol l elP4 ll ,l to ties% Boasstsit- sad
Fayette esmatita.- '
DEAD -Stiepbea AltexPYIU, the colored man who
was crushed wkile pasepglsetween,tirp
. iacji pear
the depot ou Ratudthatorninc died •Ig tag ipjns,
ries on the following day.
Wm have taxon over on the Ist of April tte
balance of goods bought of Mr. Boger, to our own
store, where we will continue to eel the balance
left at very low prides, until the whole are sold.
Among these goods are
1,000 yell remnants delaioe and olio, 16. 18
sod 20 contr.
500 yards remnants lawns and other dress goods,
16, 18 and 20 emote.
200 yards of barega and lustre, 20 nne2s cents.
1,000 yards of linen crash, 18, 18 and 20 cents.
100 vat) of 'brown and grey cloth for memo.
1,000 yards of linen, cotton and wool pants stuff,
300 Amen of the very beet spool :..:,tton, white
1,000 papers of the very beat of Smith's needles,
5 cents a paper; also stockings, gloves, pocket
handkerchiefs, hoop skirts, ail tt .3 of combs,
patent tbsead, tapes, socks, sLti Jr by We dozen or
piece. We bare also on hand yet about 10 pieces
of QARPET., whisk we will eel at. 75 sects pas
20 pieces of straw matting, cheap.
20 pieces of splendid figured window curtains.
Penneylvlota Militia and Room Wag Claims,
United States pension, bounty, arrears of papand
subsistence claling, dcc., dke:, se., made out and col
lected by EL 7 GENE SNYDER, #
Attorney at Law, office, Third street, Harrisburg,
Dr. BrimonN Concentrated Remedies
No. 1. THE GREAT REVIVER speedily eradicates
all the evil effee.a of SELF-ABU:Mk as i oss of Memory,
Shona. SP of Bresth,G d 4 intim. • a' pitstioa of the Fleur,
Dicnneisol Vision, or any coestitution4 tie angemenTs
of the system, brought on by the unrestrained Indul
gence o the pisgions. Acts alike on either sex. Frice
une Dollar. • •
No. 2 Tag BALM will cure, iu from two to eight
days. any awe or GONNOKRECEC ie without twat , or
smell, and rtloires no r,•atriction or action or uiet. For
either sex YrPe One Dollar.
No a. The TEREB w Rove in the shortest possible
time anv ease of GL sET, even altar all other remedies
rave failed do produce the lionised tffsot. No taste or
eraelL Moe One PO-lit,
No 4. THS PUNTER is the only Remedy that will
really cure Strictures of the Ure bra No matter of bow
long standing or neglected the case may be. Price tine
No dr THE BOLUTOR will cure any ewe of GRAVEL,
vretaren•ly and speed y remove .1l affletione of the
111.41der And Kinneyr. Pries One Dollar.
No. 6 FOit rettatOrta ins glgli t bidttLAlL
No 7. THE AMARIN will cure the Whites radically
and in a much shorter time than they can be rewoved
by any her treatment. In fact, is the only. remedy
that w'll really correct this disorder. Pleasant to tale.
Price One Miler
No 8 Tait ORIENTAL PASTILC are certain, safe
and speedy in producing MENuT ROATION. or correct
ing any Irregularities of toe monthly periods. Price
No. 9, FOR FARTI :MARS SElt, CIRCULAR.
Eitber remedy sent tree by mail chi receipt of the
price annexed. Enclose pottage stamp and get a circa=
General Depot North-East ebrrr r York avenue and
Callowbill street. Private Oh .e, 40l Yor& avenue,
Philadelphia . Pa.
Nor side in Idarriaburg by 0 A. B&NNV4RT and LOVI3
WYisTH. w.rre circulars containing valu.ble informa
tion, with full dosoriptiohe of each case, will be deity'.
ors-3 gratio on opplication. Ad Tess
DK. FELIX BRUN og,
July 28, 1863 ly P. 0 Box 99, Philadelphia ; Pa
A CARD TO THE LADIES.
DR. DUPONCO'S GOLDEN PILLS !
FOR FER ALES:
Infallible in Correcting, Regulating and Removing all
Obstructions, from whatever causs, and always
successful as a &vocative. '
These PILLS have been need 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 fer the
alleviation of those suffering fr..m any irregularities
whatever, as well as to prevent an increase of tamily
where health will not permit it. Females particularly
situated, or those supposing themselves so, are cautioned
against these Pills while in_that eenditiao, as they are
sure to produce miscarriage, and the proprietor assumes
no responsibility ...fter this admonition, although their
mildness would prevent any mischief to health—other
wise the Pills are recommended. Full and explicit di
rections accompany taCti. PAM: Price ‘Lud per boa.
Bold, wholesale and retail, by CHARLES A. BANN-
V ART, Druggist, No. 2 Jones Row, and O. H. HILLER, Druggist, Harrisburg, pa.
Ladies, by sending them 51.00 to the Harrisburg
Post Office, can have the Pills sent free of observation
to any part of the country (confidentially) and ' , five of
postage" by mail.
Bold She by J. L. LEMIERGER, Lebanon' J. A. WOLI,
Wrightsville; E. T. MILLER. York; S. ELLIOTT, Car.
lisle; J. O. Az.rzoft, ehippensburg; J. SPANOLER , Bharat.
bersburgi S. 9. WILD, Newville ; A. J. 'KAUFFMAN, He
chardesburg ; BROWN & BROTHER, No. 4, Borah Liber.
ty street, Baltimore; and by "one Druggist" in very
town and city throughout the United States.
HALL & BA:T01121.,
218 Greenwich Street, New York.
(itexarot Wholesale Aosta.
N. B —Look out for counterfeits. Buy no Golden
Pills of any kind unless every boz is signed S.D. Howe
All others area 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 S. D. Howe on every boa.
which has recently been added on acoonnt of the Pills
being counterfeited. The ingredients composing the
above Pills are made kncirrir to every Agent. They will
tell you the Me ire perfectly hatmlebe, yet will do ill
claimed for them. O. D. HOW",
iyl7-div Sole Proprietor. New wort
SECAET .I)LSEAES !
SAM SRITAIV S f#IFTI •
TIM MOW/ eIhiTAIN QariaDT IVIR
Yea. u Pontius °ewe
BALSAM COPAYIA t IffEROVRT DISCARDED.
Only ten Pile to be taken tiSitffeet a Mire
They err entirely vegetable; having no smell *Wan,
impleiwant time, and will not, in any inky, ininre the
etomathoor bowele of the moat delieate.
Owes in from two to four days. and recent eases it
No exposure, no eroubi s2
, no change wdatever.
Price male packages, $2; Female, $B. Bold b
D. W. G 11.088& CO.
Sent by mail by DESMOND & CO , Box 161 Phila. P
INDEPEI% DENCE ISLAND.
Keen.. BECKER EC BALK, Proprietors, announce to
the citironia of Harristurg thatihie 0001 and delightful
Belete.r ret..at it now o• , en ferAsi - ors Accouirced.-
tions will he farnislod to parties and pie-zi aft at reason
able terms, 'dancing pla.form haring been erected f r
their special use. Beason tickets for families, good for
One year, st.oo
No improper characters admitted, and no Intoxicated
person will he perelitteu to visi , the Island
A Ferry Rost plies const•ntiy between the Island and
the foot of Broad street. West Harrisborß. fifi&Bm
VXrELSIOR I !---zifiGAR CURND
jr/ HAMS 1.-4 Delicious Ham, cured expressly fa
family use. They are superior to any now in the mar
ket. [n 1 7 24 1 WM. DOCK, Ja., 1 00
DR. CHF,ESEMIA IPS PILLS.
The combination of ingredients in these Pills are the
result of a long and extensive practice They are mild
i• their operation, and certain in correcting all irregu-
Le Hies, painful menstruation, removingall obstractloas•
whether from cold or otherwise, headache, pat is the
side, palpitation of the heart, whiten, pageousanec
hySteriCB, Wise, pais is lb dock IteUmbil)
/cc-, disturbed sleep, which arise from istarsupti of
DR. CHESSEAL&N 3 FILLS
was the conamencenten a UM' • a Mr& ttlatliow of
those irregularities sad ulstrbsitti t d.s k een . 4
signed Bo many to a proooo+o 20Ip vial shell=
enjoy good health unless she 15 regular, and whenever an
obstruction takes place the general health begins tode
DR. CHEESSMANIS PILLS
are the most effectual remedy ever knows for all awn-
Natoli peculiar to Females. To all tome they are
invaluable, inducing, with cettaiuty,poiodical regular
sty. They are known to thousande,who have usedthem
at different iieriode, throughout the country, hsvingthe
Reaction of some of the mart exwinsat Physicians l is
Explicit directions, stating Wiwi they ehouhi not be
Wed with 4ach Box—the Pm* O. Dollar per Bat,
eenteining from 60 to 60 Pills. -• •
Pills sent by "nail. promptly, bi remitting to the
Agents. Sold by 'Druggists generally.
it. B. RuTcsiNgs,..Propristor,
20 Cedar street, New - york.
bold la Itarrleftri, by 04A. Bannyart.
" Meettanice%orgi . by g.
't Carlial9 y_TAy..o.llollDiett• • 1 .
ShiPpensbw, 3 by.D. W. Baskin.
•• Obambelebery., by Willer & Hershey.
to Munineutiiinyhy George ;-
gtaikanat nyveoren Eons:: dec !herb' ".•
0 OP . S. jeB , 4ELA.TINE.—The boo
v wow. in ibe morket b inot roootred and for solo by
Mrl4-tr WX. DOME Is.
MOTICE.--NotiCe is.hereby given that
II application Will be made at the next annual am.
eiOn of tee Lersla-nre of Penneylvants. fora reliowal
of the charter of the west Breech Bark, of Williams
port. Pa with its present same and style, location,
pr littera and capital of SIOOMO.
By order of the Board.of Directors.
8. JONES, Cashier.
June 33th, 1863-jv4-tml
LEGISLA.T VE BANK NOTICE
•Notiee is hereby given that aoplieation wit' be
wide to the lrgialltive authority of Pennell's-Int - . it
the neat megato n of the CI- -neral assembly thereor. , m
ammy g the tint Tuesday of ,Taouary, A. D, 7884 for
tie ioccuporation of * Bank having I:auxin* and dis
maritime privileges, with a capital of nue Million Pol
ite., by the name and stile f " The Oil City
and to be located at Oil City, Venango county, Penn
sibrani O. Y. CULVER.
June 29 th, 188$-84
NNOTICE.-Notice is hereby that
"The Commercial Bank of Pennsylvania," intend
ti apply to the Legislature of Pennsylvania at their nex
Seldom for a renewal of their charter. Said bank is lo
cated in the city of Ph'ladelphia, with an authorised
avital of one million of dollars. a renewal of which
will be *Abed for. with the usual basking prirllegee.—
gr girder of the npV-4, 9 , O P.14,51811 i (leakier.
PHIIADXLETIA, Julie 291863-6 m
fOTlCE.—Notiee is hereby given that
application will be made to the Legislature of
plinsylvania at their next session, for a renewal of the
darter of The Farmers , Bank of Schdylkill County,
lodated in Pottsville, in the county .f Schuylkill, with
tie present capital of one hundred thousand dollars,
ash with the usual banking privileges.
J. W. CAKE, Cashier.
Jane VI, 1.86a.-7m
DANK NOTICE.—Notioe is hereby
given that the undersigned have formed an 11111100illp
tibia and lierepered a certideate for the purpose of eefeb
tithing a Bank of Issue, Diecount and Deposit, under
the provisions of the act entitled "A supplement to as
art to establish a system of Free Banking in Pennsyl
vania, and to secure the public against lose from Insol
vett Banks, ,, approved the Bret day of May, Ann° Domini
eighteen hundred and sixty-one. The maid Bank to be
( *fled THE FARMERS , BANE OP MOUNT JOY, to
be located in the borough of Mount Joy, to eoneint of a
tepitai stock of One Hundred Thousand 'Dollars '
Blares of Fifty Dollars each, with the privilege of in
coming the same to any amount not exceeding Three
aundred Thowilliollare in all.
J. Hoffman H ey, John M. Hershey,
Martin B. Pei r, Jacob M. Stauffer,
Reuben Gerber, 'John N. Bear.
NI OTIC N.—Notice is hereby given of an
Li intention to establish a Bank of Discount, Deposit
au Circulation . under th.. provisions of an act, entitled
1, Act to establish a system of free banking in Penn
ey ania," &c , and tneisnopirment thereto ; said Bank
to+be caned •• 'MB MANUFACTURBIti , BANK," to
be located in the borough of Colon:01a, Lancaster
cpunty, Pa., with a capital of Ons Hundred Thousand
Dollars, to be divided into two thousand shares of Fifty
Liollare each deed-dind
ALLENTOWN BAWL Inns 20, 1868.
Notice is hereby given, that application will be made
to the Legislature of Pennsylvania, at its next session,
foi an increase or the capital of said Bank to the amount
of $200,000 in addition to that authorized by the present
Charter; and also for an extension of the Charter of
said Bank for twenty years froin the expiration of the
present Charter. •
By order of the Board of Directors.
je2o-dtrol CHARLES W. COOPER, Cashier.
RANK NOTICE !—I - he Stockholders
JJ f the FaitMERV AND DR MIMS , RANK OF
'WAY.NRSBURG, • n GrePn county, Pa , apply to
the next Leg slatur • o' the nate, for en extension of
charter, for the tens of aft,, , yearn from the expire
tom of its prepoit term. file locatin , corporate name
and privilege, and amount
,capital stock, to slit:
one hundred and fifty thousand &liars, to be tee same
as under its pre ent charter.
By order if the Board J. LAZEAR. Cashier.
Waynemburg, Green co., Pa. , Jun. 15, 1863—jele.dtml
I\l VElC,l,—Naigs is hereby given, in
lr centbrm!ty the act of Assembly, that the
stockholders o the Bank of Montgomery County will
make an . application to the next Legislature of Penn
sylvania for a renewal of the ilharterof said Back, with
the semi , amount of capital (Pour Hundred Thousand
Dollars) as under the present Charter, to continue its
present - name and location.
By order of the Board of Direetine.
W. li. eLINGLI7I7, Cashier.
Norristown. Pa.. June 21). 1863.-6 m
NOTICE —The Miners' Bank of Potts
ville, in the county of Belm7lloll, kesobs•
notice that they intend to aw L
n, to the Legislature of
Pennsylvania , at their next session for a renewal of their
charter. maid. Bank is located in the borough of Potts
ville, in the county of Behnylkill, with an authorised
capita. of Five Hundred 'Thousand Dollars—a renewal of
which will be asked without any extension of privileges.
By order of the Board.
CRA. LOESER, Cashier
Pottsville, iWIS 20 1863.-6omi
T OTICE is hereby given, that applioa
tr Hon will be made at the neat annual mansion of the
Legislature of Penney vanie.. fora renewal of the charter
of the HARRIS dErtiG BANK. with its present name and
style, 100 tion, privileges t and capital of Three Hundred
Thousand Dollars. By erder of the Board of Directors.
aaaaa ma, ho- 24,1883.
Notice is hereby given in conformity with the laws
of the Commonweal ib of Pennsylvania, that the Trades
men's BMik of Philadelphia lowed in the city, of
Philadelphia, created with banking aid discounting
privileges, with si capital of One Hundred and Fi ty
Fir usand Dollars, that application will,be made by the
said Wink to the next Legislature for authority to in
crease the capital One Hundred and Fifty Thousand
by order of the Beard of Dirsorkini.
JOHN OA9rwsß, .
1,64 211 Cashier
T HE 'BEST F A :l o lv r l t lL;i B ' SEWING
NEW OFFICE, Market dintare, next to . Colder's
ID" Call and see them in operation
A general aroortment of praohluerT and needles emu
stantly on Ilona.
MISS MARGARET HINE!
Will exhibit . end
,eel! them, and alai do all 111.411
machine Awning on theme m.obinee in the beet manner.
The patronage of the pßblla is respectfully whetted.
H'A M $I!!
Micheuer's ateebdor t
livens & Switt's superior,
Jersey Flats. very fine.
Also, Dried Beef, Tongues and Bologna Sausage. For
sale by apl4 WM. DMA, jr. & Co.
.0( 'KING GLASSES —A Splendid
JJ Aeme , ment of New Looklnginasses, jest received.
at W H I NIOJN NI Music ig) Market street, arhere
1h.7 aid be Nola cheap Call and examine. mrlB
[BROOMS, BRUSEIRIA, TUBS AND
BASKETS of all descriptions, qualities and prices,
for sale by WN. DOCK, J a , & 410.
20,000,1b5. Composed of the fallowing Brands
NEW JERSEY—SeIect. •
EVANS th SWlFT'S—Superior.
MICHINER'S EXCELSIOR—Not canvassed.
IRON CITY—Not oanvaeoed.
PLAIN HAMS—Striotly prime.
ORDINARY HAMS—Very good.
1.17' Every Ham sold will be guaranteed as represen
ted. WM . DOCK. jr., & CO.
84588' A itERICAN WRITING
FLUID, eilltal If not se pezior to Arnold's English
Fluid, and only 02 cents per quart bolas, at
NO. 98 MARHET STREW, NARN/SBUNG, PA.
SHEET MUSIC, PIANOS,
VIOLINS, BANJO STRINGS.
Of eirory description. '
DRUMS, PLUTNB, .9000BDION0, ate., at
the lowest CITE PRIOEN' at '
KNOOHI'B 91010 STORM,
' No. 98 Kamm , &ram.
SULDIg KT CAMP . CUMPAIYIOAT
A very eoareaient Writing Desk rOttfq l Th.
15 eijorandure kooks. Portrionnales,, ke. at
BOHDPIIII 3 II Bbiptimpi _
A kl A R I A , Of
v v W
t e ia liard, has reeelvot a lan*
udiortinent of ildrodos, Using and Bum, whieh kw
will doll vary low. WA dtt
NOT A RUM DRINK!
highly foncentrated Notable Extract. •
A PURE TONIC THAT WILL RNLI VII MB Alt-
FLICTED AND NOT HAKE DtcHNHARD3.
PREBARED BY •
DR. C. M. JACKSON )
WILL IFFEC I UALLY .nd MO-T • EnTAINLY CURE
ALL III•EUElli AM IM WHOM
A Disordered Liver, Stomach or
Thousand , ' of our citizen- are suffariur from DY4PEP
nA sod 'LIVER LISEABISS. and to whom t m following'
questions apply—se gua. antes
HOOPLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS
WILL CIIIIE THEM.
Dyspepsia and Liver Disease.
Do you rise with a coat, d tonsue norninge, with bad
taste in the mon , han oor appetite for breakfss , ? Do
you fel when i on are got up so weak and latioaid you can
warcely get about ? ro y n hive a dizzioes4l in the heal et
time., and often a dullness, , ith heads , he occasioned, 7
Are y nr bow els costive ant inegular, and al InstPr changr
atd- ? • Do you tnrow op wind from the stomach, end do
you.swell up oftet , ? Do von feel a fulness after eatmg,
and a sinking when the at m•eli is empty ? Do ve u have
heartburn occasional'. D yon feet low spirited, and
look on the dark ride of th• nits 7 Are you not unoanally
nervous at Vilma ? Do you not eecome restless. and often
ley until midnight before yincan go to .l-rp? and then at
times, dont!. you feel Milt and weepy mom of the time
IS sour skin dry an. , sea y ? also eel ow? Ia short, is not
Sour life a burtnen, full of forely dings ?
Iloottand 9 s German Bitters
Will cure every case of
CHRONIC OR wRRYOUR DEBILITY, DES rAPE oY
THE KIDNEY •. DIS aIA SE 3 anari%
FROM A DIPORDERED STOMACH.
Observe the following symptoms resulting from
Disorders of the Digestive Organs :
Constipation. Inward Piles. Fu'oes Pr Blond to the He d,
.Aoidity of th-.. Ptomech. Manses. Ilea tburn, Dvgust
. for Food, Fulness or Weight in the Stomach, sour
Erne atone, Sioking or Elul Bring at he Tit of the
Stomach, Swimming of t .e Head, Harr° I and
D inatit Breathing, Fluttering at the heart,
Choking or buffecating Sensations, when in
a lying posture, D-inners or V Lon, iota
or Wens before the bight, Fever and
Dull I' du in the Head, Deficiency of
Persptratii n, Y -lhownete of the
Bain and Eyes, Pain in the Side,
Back. Chest,_Limoe, &c c.
bu4den Flush 49 9f I(913,
Burning in the Flesh,
Con-tautlmagini r.lO an
zap, and greet ue
preasion of Si hits.
There are [Pony m e►ae.tions sold under the name of
BAters, put up in quirt bottles, compounded or the iceman.
est e bisky or common rum. cos-ting from 20 to 40 cents
per gallon, the tests disguised lir An se or Coriander Seed.
This elms f Bitters bas caused, and will continue to
cause, as long as they cal be sold, hundreds to die the
death o , the drunkard. By th- it u e the system is kept
contmaaliy under the influewst of &cam ie stimulants of
the worst kind, he der.ire for Lionor is created and kept
on, and the Unlit is all the bottom atttseient upon a
drunkard's l'tfc and neath.
Vor those who dacha and will hare a L'oor Wtters, we
publish thr following re eipt : (Jet One Bottle Hogiland's
German Balers and mix with Three Quarts of good
Brow , y or Wii.ky, and the reknit will be a pi ep*tat on
that will far excel in meduinal virtues and true exrelouce
any of the numerous L quor Bitters in the m+•rk. t. and
wi I eostliwth less. Von will have all the virtues of
Hoojland , s Bata's , n conn , ction .ith a g od article of
Logour eta much lees price th n these inferior prepare.
tioua wilt cost you.
Hoottandls German Bitters
WILL GIVE lOU
A GOOD APPETITE,
WILL GIVE YOU
STRONG I.IIEAVICEM NERVES,
WILL GIVE YOU
Brisk and Energetic Peelings,
,WILL ENABLE TOO TO, .
YELLOW FMB, BILIOUS &C FEVER,
acc. &0 . 4
From Broken down and Delicate Constitutions,
From whatevar canoe, miller in
MALE OR FEMALE,
WLII, FIND IN .
HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS
That wi'l Fettere them to their tonal health. Each has
been the COO in thOlitnade of inrtances, and a fair trial is
talt required to prove the assertion
J. W. WEIS.
AND NOT INTENDED A$A
33 Xi 'lir 3311 Vt. G- 333 .
The Proprietors have thousands of letters front the moat
Testifying of •heir own personal knowledge; TO the bane.
fiat offsets and mtdical TWAIN of WO Bann.
Prom Rev: J Newton Brown, D. D., !After of Selo.
pedia of Raglan Kni;wlidge.
Although not dispos• a st. favor or re mmmend pat
ent Mediednes in general, through distrust of their ingre
dients and effects, l yes know of no sufficient reasons
why a lain may not :_aaawfr the Peardits he believes
himself to have received nir‘a any simple preparation,
in the hope that he amp than Amatviiiate to,the basalt
of others. ' • . .
I do this more readily in regard to "HooSandhi 011Thlit
Ditters,” prepared by. Dr. U. K. Jackson, of this eity
because I was prejudiced agaisist.theili tor, years nude
the impreseion that they were chiefly an alcoholic mis
time. lam indebted to , say friend,' Robert Shoemaker,
E for the removal: of. this **nee, , by prow tasty,
and for onconrageinent to try thrup when anffering from
gteat mid• long continued debility. The • use of thy**
bottles of these bitters, at the heglimingof the present
year, was followed Lby evidentrellef and restoration to a
degree of bodily and niental . vigor which I bad bet fe:t
for sr: mentos before,•and had almost despaired of re
gaining. I therefore thank God and my friend for di
recting me to the use of them. ,
J. lIIIWTON BROWN.
Phradelplda, June 230861.
KIDNEYS and .BLADDER,
In Young or Aged, Male or Female,
Are speedily removed, mid the patient restored to health.
DELICATE C lIILDREE,
Those antfCring from fdAltiOnllB, wasting away, with
scarcely any ii.sh en their bones, are eared in a very short
tim-; one botte in such Mel William. a moat surprising
gasince shifiring children au above, and wish'ng to Mee
them, will mover regret the day they sontinoseed with
LITERARY MEN, - STUDENTS,
And thole, working hard with their brain*, should 1-
ways keep a bottle of HOWLAND'S I ITT MIS near
them. •s they wilt find much trinefit from itv use. to both
mind and body, invigorating and nut depr. suing.
IT IS NOT A LIQUOR STIMULANT,
AND TILE FRIENDS-OF SOLDIERS.
We call the atteotion of all /amine religions or friends
in the army to the fact that HOOFLOID , B German Bit.
tars " will cure nine-tenths f the ciseAsee induced by ea
posur-s and pr.vations incident to vamp life. In the oats,
pubLehee almost de ly in the newspapers, on the arrival
of the ick, it wi Ihe uoticed h I very large propoi tion
are sufferng horn dabi icy. Ev.ry cape of that kmd can
be read'iy cured by IGoofland.. German Bitte,s. We have
no hestst on in stating that if terse Bitters we e
used among our salters. hundreds of livemight be tamed
that othe , wise welds be lost.
The proprietors are daily rece'ving the nkfal lettere reem
miff reed in the army and hospitals, who hav b.en restored
to health by the use of these Bitttra, sent to.them by their
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS!
See that the Signature of C. X. Jackson
PRICE PEE BOWL& 75 CENTS,
• OR HALF DpASS for-$4 00.
Should your nearest 4111140 not have the artlele, donut
be out off by any (ff. the latex:eating proparnirous thit
ma y b e offered in inligane. bat -send-taus, sod we will
forwahlowcpyellirrlclij bYWN_Orylei _
trinelpat Oillee anti, Ilanufastery,
No. 631 t ARCH ST.
IT ci mi• 3,413 = 41' 4 211"• tr i%l*
‘. 3. 9111450 . 1111119A8 I.O..K.lAcxsON & C 0.,)
if,' fop sale by Bruniets end Dealing In every town In
the United States 11341264 y
AND-PILL POFITCVELY YILEVINT
Tho e suffering
IP.-ms. -1 4. ~ , , _vi 4. -•-. -4
THAT THESE BITTERS AIM
And leaves no prostration
is onibe WRAPPICR of each Bottle.
THE GREAT mmHg ninimcso)
"HELMi3OL r ,D,'S"
GIN-UTNE PitkPALRATIONB, yz.:
11ELMBOLD'S EXTRACT “BETCAII"."
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT SARSAPARILLA.
gEmiQLD'S IMPROVED ROSE WA AL
RELMBOLDM GENUINE PREPARATION,
FLUID EXTRACT BUCIIU,
A positive acd spec` ic Remedy for Diseases of the
BLADDER, KIDNEYS, GRAVEL AND DROPS/OAL
This medicine increases the power of digestira arid em
elt a the kbnorbenti into healthy bilon, e ; lthisb the
Mato or ettleureoua dtpotiti.ne, end all unnatural en•
nargerornts am rennerd. 48 well es peon snu inflamma
tion, and is good for MEN, IS OMEN and CHILDREN..
lIELUBOLD'W. EXUR4OI' EVQWV;
For Westin as Prising from Exeei.se., Thbits of Disa
nation, har.y Indiscietion or Abuse, att.-nded with the
FOLLOWII% SYMPIVIts :
Indisposition to Ea, ttiou, Drynees of the akin,
Loss to Memory, J ..ae of Pk..er, '
Ww. , k Nem s, pith •.....Ity in itreathing,
ParrOr of DiPease, Trembhvg.
Dimness nt Vision, Wek !Illness,
Univ• rat Lassitude/of the Pain m th•• B ek,
Muscular e j stem, Flu hi g of the Body,
Hot Hands, E. notions on the fate,
Pallid Connt.nanoa. •
These symptnms, if ate Wed to go on, whieb thi3
cine invariabT reinotrts, soon fol ow
IMPOTENCY, FATUITY, EPILEPTIC FITS,
In one of which the pmbent may errire Who can eay
they are not frrcinently fo-luwed by these "direful die
INSANITY AND CONSUMPTION?
many are aw.re of the cause o' their Suffering, but none
will confess The mores uf the Insane Aes.ama, aid the
me)auchely deaths by consumption, bear ample witness
to the truth of the asserti n.
THE CONSTITITTIuN ONCE AFFECTED BY OW
Eequirra the aid of mMielno to str-nalben and invigo
rate the ayatem,whieh bELMak WS !IN RAM' BUCHU
invariably dues A trial will Germane the most Flintiest
FEMALES ! FEMALES !! FEMALES !!!
OLD OR YOUNG, SINGLE, MARRIED, OR CONTEM
In many affections peculiar to iff nialee, the ratite
Buchn is anequalled to 4 any other r medy, as in /Moroni
or Retention, Irregnla ities, Paiofuln. se, • r tupplession
of Customary EvarstaVons, hies rated or &minim state
o' the Uterus. Leticorrh.S or Whi ta, titeriluty and for al
complaints incident to the sex, • betbcr arising trom in
discretion, Habits of DirsipatiOn, or In the
DECLINE OR CHANGE OF LIFE
SEE SYMPTOMS AP.0172
NO RAWLY MOULD BS wrrner,T 1T
Take no Balsam, Mercury or Unpleasant Iliedicine Joe
Unple Sant and Danprous Di eases
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHT;
CI7REd SZCBET insvAns
In all their, stages, at little eap.nee ; little or no than
in diet; inoo , venience, AND No I.2EPoptigx,.
Ic ratlitrill de.-ire nm gi es Attenoth to rrir ate,
thereby removing ovettuotions, pn V. Luc end twin
strictures of the urethra, allaying pain • nd inflammation
ao frttpient in to;a elan of diatas-a. and expelling POI
SONOUS, DISEASED AND MORN-0T T MAITAR.
4'housanda upon thovaands •ho h-ve been the
VICTIMS OF QUACICS,
.And who have paid EIFAVY DUB t.' b `cured in a abort
time, have Maud they w. re eta.eived, Cad that the 4 * Pot.
tab IP 1.4 tits 6£ a Po.y.i , at A , teti e eata " been
dried up in the system, to break out in an aggravated form,
PARHAM :AFTER MARRIAGE
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BIICRU
For all Affections and Diseases of the URTNARY:OIte.
GANS. wit-thee existing io NAL, tt OR ingssArdb An
whatever cause migit sting, sad no matter it hum keg
staudisg. Diseases of thaw or, i ans ?squire the aid ad a
kIIBLIABOLDI3 SXTRACT BUONO .
II TILII ORNAT DIURETIC,
AM it is aortae is have the decirsdelfest in all.Dhiewes
for which it Is reeeenuesded.
BLOOD! BLOOD!! BLOOD t
HILIIIIOIOII HIGHLY 00NORNTRAT111 0011
POUND Nunn' Ramer atrizAnitautA.
This is an affection of the Bloat, and attache the scam
email, Linings bf the Note,. Ilan, Throat, Whtdpige and
other mucus aorrsees, main its appiierszite in the train
of own., lIELMBIADIS listrast Sarsaparilla purities
t-.s Maid and ; , moves ail Scaly hrnotinus of the Sk.n,
gieN to the oompldxion a clear S aud healthy color; : It
beint prepared exprealy for this elms of oompLiols '
Blood• purifying pr.perties are pres. Ilred to a greater e"
tent than any ..ther preparation of Sarsaparilla. •
HELMBOLD'S ROSE WASH,
An excellent lotion for disesteem of a Byphiliqc nature;
and as an iujection in'dtteasea the Winery Online aris
ing from habi , s of dimaipatiow, nerd in conzection With OA
Ea. riots Bean and ail Napatiila. in such diseases as recom
mended. Bvidence of the momt respensibte and reliable
character will accompany the med•cioee.
OPRTIPIOA.TES OP OOZES,
From three to twenty years , standing, with names known
TO BOINNOF AND YAM.
For medical rowdies of BUCHU, ree,Diskraatouto
the United Rt,tea.
Bre Professor DEWIABB , valuable works on the Praia-
Mae of Phyric.
' ego remarks made by the late ce'ebrated Dr. MYRICK,
bre remarks made by Dr. EPHPATM MIDOWELL
celebrated Physician and 11E-mbar it the Royal College
Surg .oca, Ireland , and to-dished in the Transac tion tha - Bmg arid Queen's Journal
ree Medico Vhirarga al .14 view, oah/ishod by ININIA
MI N TRAY 041 S, PeDow of Royal eediage of thirgoona
Nee most of the late Inanda,d WorhB oil Vedic ne. .
Extract N 2 00 per bottle, or six for $5 00
Extract Baraiipa ilia—. •IM 00 per bottle, ors x for 15 00
Imp or d Rose et. per luittle, or mix far $2 50
or half dosen of each for $l2„ whnh wid be stifled et to
cure the most obstinate use. S. it d.rectiot.s are adhered te.
De leered to any address, securely p: eked from obser
1D Describe symptems in all comas:Westin= .Sure
guaranteed. Advice gratis.
Personally appeared before me, an alderman of the city
of Philadelphia, H. T. Heintbo d, who helm dn'y sworn
cloth mar, his preparations contain' no narcotic, ms mer
cury, or other injurious drags but pureay v getable.
H. T. ..zbettrelLit.
Sworn and subscribed before up., this 23d (Idiot Ere>rem.
bar, 1854. WM. P. 8188 SRO, A &rman t
Ninth at., ahoy- . ace, chiladelptua.
Addreen /otters for information in confidence to
H. T. unonoLD, 06. 6 ,4 4 .
Depot. No. .101 South Tenth street, below Chaim: l nt,
BEWARE OF COtINTFRFEITS
AND UNPRINCIPLED /MALEBO,
Who endeavor to Waive. "ON VERA - r and
other" articles on the reputatinn:idpo ie d
NELMBOLIPS OENIIINE PREPARATIONS,
EBYKDOWE GENUINE. EXTRACT EIICar ..
EIEEMBOL DM' GENUINE Fiktpßovido
Sold btatiknigirts everywhere.
Atit T ret 111ELliliOtiie-iiSli NO MIME
Cut out the advertisement and send for it, :and avoid
". ski. u 4 4 4 of