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TVEDNEEWAY MORNING, AUGUST 19, 1863
&NA VAIL! P e ATRIOT AND UNION may be b
Jack's Book. Btore,,corner of Third and Market
LL/10. at ha News Agency of George_ L. Walter,
12 Market street. near Fifth.
Tux Man,s.-llnder the change of schedule on
the different railroads, the time of blosing the mails
at the Ittreseurg Post °ince, April 20,1864 is
as followb: •
. goniumr emus, Lorimar.
NORTH _War ltoia.--Por; all tinsel betWeie
labnrg, Lock Haven and 1111miray IL T., at 12.00 m.
Nor Lock Simon, WiffinmePert,:and. Lewisburg at 9
p.m. • - -
SOUTH.—WAY ail placed between Har
noway and Baltimore, sad Washington, D. O. at
Nor Washington, D. Q., Baltimore, tid., and York, PA.
it 9.00 P. m. _ -
latirOlt TAWIT samsoio.
BAST.—Watr Man.—For all places betwben Hauls.
burg, /Bantam/Ad Plilladelcbia. via Reading, at 7.00 a. in.
For Reading and Pottssille, at 12.30 p. in.
' • PBSIBTLI.II7II.I IaiLMOAD. .
WAY KaU.—For all please lbetween Harriaburg and
gMatialribta, at &SO a. m.
Nor Philadelphia and LalleaMer, at 12..00 m.
Por ( New York,. Philadelphia, Lancaster, Columbia,
Marietta and Baimbridgel at 2.45 p. m.
. Nor. New York, Philadelphia and Lancaster, at 9.00
p WEST_Wax all places between Mares
bare and Altoona, 12.00 la.
For JohnOtawn, Pittsburg and Nile Pay Ginoinnoti,
Columbus and Cleveland,' Ohio, at 2.45 p. m.
Nor PittsbuFg, Hollidayaburg, Altoona, Phillipsburg,
T)rotte,Mentinglen and rewistown, at 9.00 p. m.
0111111.11ABLAXD VALIAT SAILROAD.
Ifor ifeeluoadenbirg, Carlisle, Ehippenabarg and Chant
borobarg Pa., at 7.00 a. m.
WAY ]t in —Tor all plaeeM between RauMan and
•nagesitown, ILL, at 12.50 p. m.
aIiaI7YLICILL AIM OYEIQIIIIIRAYZA YAILIOAD.
Por Elloads]. Forges, Zllabod,,Piaegrove amillammit
13tation, at 12.30 p. m.
For Progress, Lingiestown, ManadsHill, West nano
Ter, PAFt Hanover, tmo sod Jonestown, on Monday,
'Wednesday and Friday, at 7.00 a. m,
For VsbitrA sad Lennaterry, on. Bstnrdsy, at 12,00
ErOliteeltonm.—lrOM 6.30 a.m. to ilk, p. in. Sin -
day from 710 to 840 CM- ind from 3.001!0 4.00 p.m.
Tag Ladies' Relief B Gtligo, veturn - their thanks
to Mr: Hargest for four - baskets of vegetables for
,POLICE Arratna.--Bni two or &roe unimportant
arrests have been mode by the city police driring
the lam three days. They ire. not worth report
Acimownanawrerr.---kita. Tol*ko wishes to
acknowledge the receipt of a box Containing hos
pital stores, from- Arletto
.Verbeke, of Bradford
county, Pa. Also a box from the ladies of Eldred,
township,, M'Kean county, thrOugh Mrs. Moira
To Paasaava Andras.—The French, preserve
grapes the year round by coating the clusters with
ninth The bunches are picked- Jost before they
are thoroughly ripe, and dipped io lime eater of
the consistency, of cream. They are then hung
up' o remain. The lime coating keeps oat air and
checks any tendency to deeay. When wanted for
the table, dip the. clusters into warm water to re- .
Yentas( Wann.u..The Doti/vasty Or the Fourth
Ward are respectfully riquested to meet with all,
who are in favor 'cof maintaining the Union and
supporting the Constitution, and festering the
Itamoaratio party to power; There will be a grand
rally this (Wednesday) evening at ri ereloek, at
the house of Lazarus Bernhard. ProMinent
speakers will give some wholesome truths to the
masses. -All 'persons are invited to attend.
By, order o f the President
DESERTER CarrunT.—Daniel Keller, a deserter
from the Artily of the Potomac, was arrested, on
Monday, at the entrance of the bridge on the
Cumberland side of the river, byw sergoeht Sta
tioned there for that purpose by Provost liforshal
Opdyke. Keller had come up the valley on a
stolen horse, which he offered to sell te the , eer
gee.fit for $25, and also offered him $5 to allow
him to pass. The game wouldn't win, however,
and the entorprisiag skedaddles was brought - to
town and placed in confinement
STATE Coarrast. Commrrinx.—The State Central
Committee of the "ITnion" party of Pennsylvania
will moot it the Jones House, in gib city, at 8
o'elock tomorrow evening, pima:int:to the milt of
Wayne hi'Verakh, Bag , dilemma. This committee
is doing businees for the piesent, under the style
and title of the• '•Union party.'! It most net be
tOtifellUded wUlt that which supported Bell, and
Everett three , years age, so it iris then known as
"ketiableatr.* In respect to aliases, it is a marvel
of political nomeneature. The object of the pie
sent= Meeting is probably - to agree upon a new
liOw would "Jacobin" dcl •
TWO LAD/RS AHD A CHILD paowaan.-A pain.
fall occurrence transpired at LimetoWn, near Pitts
burg, on 'Friday last, by which two ladies and a
child lost their lives; A Mies hiCiPheely end her
eider, Mil. Qstander, with a child* of the latter,
were gathering blackberries, and Whileibe atleor
don of Mrs. 0: was called in anothei direction; the
child got into the river and was soon beyond its
depth; The mother rushed into the water to save
her little one, but got into deep water just as she
teitehed the child, and was carried some difiteaco
from the shore by the,current. Miss . McPbeely,
seeing - her sitter ready to sink, at 'once went to
her rescue, but soon found herself beyond heir
depth; struggling nobly, however, she succeeded
in reaching the two, but was so exhausted as to
render then* but little aseistanee. Carried ontstill
further-by the current, and no one being at hand
to aid theist', all three seen BMA beneath the wa
correspondent in „TarbUt
Northumberland county, asks for information on
a question of This kind : " Suppose a widow to
have three eons, two of wham are in the army, is
the remaining one exempt ?" We think he is,
although such- a case itit.e-'bverlootted in framing
the Conscription act, and we have seen no decisions
from the Provost Marshal General in relation to a
ease of the kind. A clause in the law itself reads :
"Where there are a _father and sons in the same
family 'End huttehold;anti two of Them are in: Me
military service of the United States as non-com
missioned tfficere, musiciaps,or privatee, the resi
due of such family, not exceeding Iwo, shall be ex
empt." This being the case it is not likely that a
widow would be denied the benefit of the exceV.
%ion "kith is allswsd to A, that. It would seem
clear that the ion of a widow would, under similar
tironmatancer, be exempt.
-"Ran BILVTLINI" IX Tat RAIMS.—We were not
swam wail yggtfsday that the well known Ned
Buntline E. Z C. Judson) was a sergeant in
the Invalid Corp, encamped near this city. Mr.
Judson has fcr many years been a coutribatoi to
the Frets. Ile first -became known as conductor of
a spicy and calisittal journal known as "The Scor.
pion," and afterwards published "Ned Buntline's
Own." . The vaiitinge undei,hie favorite stoat de
. pflfsse have made him famous with a certain class
of-readers, being filled with "hair-loreadth 'stapes;
and moving_ atolients," and Charitoteriasd- with
dash and'romance, not . unmix4 with bitterness.
This last element may be 4:118 to the-checkeled ca_
rest'-hbrbai fed, as well as to the unpleasant ism
*tam/lipid domestic stairs. He bite been in.
insturitttlel Pribt We l; in one of which lemait :
d ienjO we find Undoing the ditty
of a seltker.,* the I.2tr company of the yateralt,
Invalid Corps. May hp live to reap the fruit of his
labors in a permanent peace.
Teta Fontordl.—A reTolution In the style of
ladies' dresses and hair dressing has been inaugu
rated. The comb Is ruled out by the artiatea of
the beau monde, and le henceforth to be an obso.
fete' article in 'superlatively fashionabli circles.
'The ladies are reverting to the Lady Giodive style
of wearing the hair—that is, letting it flow down
over the shoulders. Little girls now have their
hair crimped and then ailowed to float loosely
lawn their back. When the heir is Of s light au
burn or golden hne, it has a pretty effect, remind
ing one of the sunny maidens - who lived in the
days of chivalry. Older misses, and young, and
middle-aged ladles, have, however, made a
compromise in the matter which is perfectly fright
ful. •The hair is rumpled - up so as to stand out on
the head as if it had not been combed for a week,
and then the back hair, also carefully rumpled, is
loosely fastened up by a comb.
Some of our more servile followers after the
fashion-gods of Europe, probably. snobby offshoots
of ghoddy aristocracy, have ,arpeared in the draw
ing rooms .sit Saratoga with their heads done up in
tbi Cbtatliited and fricitsood sty/a, the whole
thickly hepowdered with gold; but the beeux
turned'a sold shoulder to the shock-headed inno
vators, beholding in them a closer resemblance to
Hecate than to Helen. '
In regard to drones, it le announced that "short
dresses are coming into fashion, and ntzt winter
nothing else will be seen in the grand salons of
Palle." We would respectfully inquire of the
Parisian oracle which end will be short ? and also,
:what attraction there would be in a salon hill of
short dragnet / if "nothing vise" itecvmpark led them?
Meantime it is taken fer granted that it is the
skirts which; are no longer to trail slung filthy side
walks. Such a change is 'becoming, and must
gratify every lover of tid:ness and cleanliness.
TIM OIL TlL4llB.—This valuable trede•la increase
ing rapidly.. The. following figures will show some
of the produets and shipments of the Oil !el' ill of
Western Pennsylvania, which are 'all comprised
within the limits of Venting° wanly: Inthe twelve
.a 94 th s o f 4E42 the exportation was 11t,84)2 btir
role, of 40 gallons each. In "the six Months Of
1803,.ending July Ist, the 'amount was 454,990
barrels, being an incresee,of 343,188 in six months
over 6/entire export of the previcus year. The
Neat osetinsistns of the produetion of this Oil Creek
region give the round figuree' of 5,000 betr44 pee
day ai•the net product of the Allegheny oil region,
or about 1;800,000 barrels per tannin ;which will
yield 1,150,000 barrels of refined, - titicilng the ex:
port of the six months tilals .lB63 , es the
representation of that for the comieg Six months,
and under no adverse circumstances are they
likely to be much below the mark, we bays a total
of 909,990 barrels as the probable exportation of
1863, and with 1,456,000 of refint.d as The predeo
ticin, we have *only 540,020 barrels as the supply.
Or 1863 for home consutoPtiOn". Or, in othir
words, the product for the coming six months will
be 900,000 barrels crude,-or 725.000 barrels of re
fined, while the exportation will be the same sa
bot eix months, 454,000. Barrels, leaving but 27t,-
900 >barrels for the supply. of the entire United
States for the coming six months.
PaiIIPETNIAL MOTIOL—A Vermont Yankee claims
to have invested' serpropalling whsel, - or per
petual =OlOl4 We cauPot believe i ti possible that
this alhieveinent, which has been striven for with
all thr tireless energy and intense 'devotion which
inspired tbe alchemiats in their vain endeavors to
transmute bass motels into gvld, . te 4t last attained_-
Perpetual motion Deems . like a chimera, an imperl
sibility.. It stands opposed to that well considered'
dictum;of scientific men in &Wages, that "no m
alaise events!, tome." Still, it is claimed to be a
fact- . -The nearest approach we have yet seen.
to it is the - provost marsbal's -wheel; but here is
thei description of the Vermonter's wheel, which,
if it isn't a humbisg, will create greater furore
than any draft on-record: •
It is a simple wheel, rune on gndgeone, and- is
independent of any outside spring, weight ei
power, as .a propellor. Go the mare u-xle OD 1811113 h
the metal wheel is fixed Is a band wheel, onwhich
a band rune over a small pulley that drives a small
circular saw. Set it on a table and remove the
- Wake, and it wilt start itself and run with great
velocity, driving the raw. Its the amplest thing
in the world,-but I cannot intelligibly describe it;
but it is at once understood by the beholder. It
will not; nay, cannot atop without a brake, as it is
so fixed by means of balls and arms tha t ! the de
scending side-of the wheel is perpetually further
- foot the centre of motion than the ,opposite as
REBEL WOUNDND 4ND Pusonana.—On Monday;
night twenty-ex wounded rebels,were brought
here from Cbambrrsburg and were placid in the
%mast street liespitiL hanging thom were two .
eolonels, three captain& one' adjutant and three
lieutenants. One of them, a Maiylander, was quite
huffy bepause his butteruntAlp isoulAetride to the
hospital from the depot in a carriage instead, et an
ambulance, sad eoMe of the enbordinate Offeidie
indulged in a untemptibly querulous and.'imim
dent spirit, demanding to be taken to hotels and
placed on a diet of spring chickens and width&
Tbe ingrates ignored the fact that Union prisoners
have died slow deaths upon a diet of measley pork
in the fetid dens or the Libby prison. They Will
be treated tha same _u other patienti at our hos
pital& • , ,
• On the same night twenty-two rebel prisoners
arrived here under guard•from Chambershurg, and
were taken before Abe Provost Mamba!, who-sent
.them to Cemp Curti% where thijr uotlf
furnished with transportation:*eastward. , •
Wn,have taken ever on the lab of ApriLthe
balance of goods bought of Mr. Boger, to our own
atom, where we will continue to sell the balance
left at very low prices, until the Whole are gold.
Among these goods are
1,000 yards remnants delaine and calico, 16, 18
and. 20 cents.
bOO yarda remnants lawns and other dress goods,
16,15 and 20 cents.
200 yards of barege and lustre, 20 and 25 cents.
1,000 yirde of linen crash, 18, 18 and 20 Slants.
100 yards of brown and grey cloth for - summer
1,000 yards of linen, cotton and wool pants stuff,
obesp. , -
300 dozen of the vary beet spool ostton, white
and corded. , ,
1,000 papers of. the very best of Smith's needles,
5 cents a paper; also stockings, gloves, pocks
handkerchiefs, hoop skirts, ail cit. 4 of combs,
patent thseld, tapes, socks ' 3 , Ci st by the dosenor
piece. , We. have also on hand yew about 10 pieces
at CARPET, wbiell We will sal at 75 cents per
20 pieces of straw matting, cheap.
20 piece's or'splendid figured window curtains.
• S LEWY.
THE. GREATEST DISCOVERY OF
THN-MIN. Farmers, families and others can purchase
no remedy tool t' 1)r. Tobias/ Venetian Liniment, for
dysentery, colic, c:oup, chronic rheumatism, sore
weans, toothache, sea sickness, cuts, burns, swellings,
brable.,,old .stires, headache, mniquito bites, pain% in
the limbs, chest; back, &o. If it does not give relle
the money will. be vefa nded. All that is asked is atrial,
and use ft actordlitg to the diriations.
DE. TOBIAII:rIWini 645" A hILY-1- need your Tamil=
Liniment in,l7 fandif for Wsinnab*v of years, and be
lieve it to the best tticletAr utliat.it is recommended
that I have ever need. Foietuidenaitsck of croup it is
invaluable. I Iluive . i39 heeloApti_in recommending it
(Or sit tholopiat, professes to cure.. I hate soil it for
many years, mo it giveaflgir frintetfron.` "-
CHAS. ; I TEIMNER:
ttimitsarows, N.B.:Nay 8,"18t8.
Gold itYall Druggists. alike, 65 Corrsat street,
jy3l ddtwlza New York.
. MOTHERS !IL MOTHERS!
Don't fail to procire Mrs. WINSLOM43,SOOTHINO
SYRUP for CHILDREN TEETHING. This val hie
preparation is the prescription ofene Of the best female
physicians and nurses In the United States, and has been
Used for thirty years withstever ssfety and slis
case by millions of mothers and childten,. from the Yee
Lie infantof one week'old to the adult.
It not only relieves the child from pain, but invigo
rated the stomach and bowels, corrects acidity, an
gives tone and energy to the whole system. It will al
most instantly relieve
(TRUING IN TEN 80R1E1.6 AND WIND COLIC/.
Te believe it the best and surest remedy in the world
in ail cases of DYSENTERY AND DIAKEHOIA IN
CHILDREN, whether it arises from teething or from
any other cause.
Nell directions for using will accompany each 'bottle.
None geaulue unless thefac simile of CURTIS & PER
KING,. New York, is en the outside wrapper.
Sold by all Medicine Dealers.
Principal Office, 4$ Dey street, New York.
Price only 25 once per but.le.
CRISTADORO'S 'HAIR DYE.
here is no flair Dye la nee eo wire, Co free froOt alt
objectionable properties, that rkedisess snobs lendld
and permanent tints, or that operates so qui ok'y, not
formiy,,and ceitcftly, -as
CRISTADORO'S E X CELSIOR HAIR DYE
This matchless article is prc aouncEd, by all who hare
titer applied it, or seen It applied, the neat wonderful
invention of the 'age Ten minutes' anilines far any
shade - of blown or the deepest black. .It Flores the
'plasinfaotured by T. CRISTADORO, a Astor House.
New init.- raeld everywhere, and applied by all Hail'
Dinner*: 4riee #l, la so erat . SB per box ; secording to
cristatloroPa flair v P reservative
Is baraluable with hie Dye, uit imptyte the utmost
uftnese, the most beautiful gloat and greet vitality to
the - Safi. '
erto4t4 okkottl, 1 did tit per ixittto, tiocoidizig to Size
Dr. Bretton's Concentrated Remedies .
No.-1. THE GititAT RitYlVßit speedily eradicates
all the it'll effecte of BELP4.IIO3.ICas Loss of Meoucy,
iiikiirtnieis BreitthAlditinesii; Palpitation of thepeart, ,
.Itimnesn:ofr v ittei'on,or any Onstititttonal derangementS
of ihe' fyitetai; „
grace. qrthe panro4i. ' 'AK! Mike on either ism PAO
line Dollar. . , -
--• . • •
in from two to eight
days, any, case of OONNORRBGEA, is without taste or.
and requires no restriction of action or'ciet For
either sex - Price One Dollar. .
No. Se The-TEREB cantle thezetiorteet,ppesible
time any ease or <ANN'S; even lifter 'ill other remedies
bore failed preditt4 thri desired effect. No teoto or
Trice Roe Dotiar. -
THU PRNITR la the oily Remedy that will
cure Str;cturss of thottrethra. NO Matter Of how
long standing or neglected the case may be: Price WM
" NO: Ti BOLUTOKwIII .nre ant corm or oRavE r„,
ptrinsi T atly aud apaedi y Taunus 14IU 'Motions of the
Bladder and Kidneys. Price One Boller:
'No. 6 FOR PARTIOOL ABB BAK OINOULAN . .
. _ • . .
No 7. . Tii>3 AMARIN will cure the Whites, radically
and in a much elnuter time than they can be removed
by ally nth'er itreatment. , In fact, is the only remedy
that will really correct this disorder. Ileum - . to take.
Price One Dollen •
40 8 ri.l4 ORIBNPAL PASTILV Are darter!, safe
and eirieedy:ln priideibig MENSTRUATION, or corrct
titrany' Irrigebiritiiff of '4ite &Outlay periods: , Price
Two - Dellefs, " 6
No. 0, Pat PARTICULARS SEX CISCULAII.
'Either. 'remedy sent free by mail oa receipt or the
f rieerannexed, Enclose postage stamp and get:a-Arca
ft enerol,TbrpoligarthEmt corn r of Vork avenue and
Cf k na r bill street_
I .priritte otri.:w, 401 Tort arentie,
• Pbibodelphis, Pad
For lisle in !El:MAI:mg by 0. A. BALSNNPLIIT and tOlllB
WTETH. where circulars containing valuable informa
tion, with fall descriptions. of each case, will be deliv
ered gratis on application. address
• DR.. FRLIX BRIIIKON,
July , RS, 186 k iy P_ 0 Box 99,Shiltidelphis,
IMPORTANT TO FEMALES.
DR. CISIEESEMAWS PILLS.
The combination of isigreCopty in these Pins are the
*Wiwi of a long and iateneiite prieties They are mild
in shear operation, and certain in correcting all irregu
lar/ilea, painful menstruation, removing allobetractimus
whether from Cold or otherwise, headache, pal in the
side. PillipitlitiOt of the heart - , whites, all nerrau sestet.
bons, hyeteriCe, fatigue, pain - Is th fleet az *limbo,
km, disturbed sleep, Which arise ftom intstispti of
011. CHEZSEMAS is PIR,L
waa the corarnencernea q anent • said trwst asa of
then irregniaritiee and otrstrusts t R Illy con;
signed eo many to a prentata rev 1r 5'41:21. can
enjoy health.nalese she le regular, and whenever an
obstruction takes place the general health liegina to de
OR. CIIVES.kM4N'S PILLS
are the moat effectual remedy ever know* for all corn
•plaints peculiar to Panatis. To all eases they are
Lan week rsfillas
ity. They are known to thoueandsorke . bave usedtkem
at different Delia", dtroughout the, country, havingthe
unction of some Of the most mittens Physicians is
Expticit d‘ecrione, arming ream they thrnsla oaf bit
used, with _aash_ltoz—the Trim One Dant par
°ordaining from 50 to 80 Pilie.
Pills mat 1W Moil, promptly, by remitting to the
#genta- *Ad b.) bruftilts ruefsAY.
1. B. HintHlNGS;Proprietor,
20 Cedar street, New York.
Sold in ileiriebers, by 0. A. Dainevart.
~te Staehanireburg, by J. k: Dellett.
Oarlisle. S. kiliott.
“. - StilpSeinisborg, by D. W. Baskin;
Obiebbeisberg, by Willer & Hershey, ,
gg•Hortimebitown, by fiFeorgi
• Ilebenon,iy George Does. . - dee64l&wly
A OARD TO THE LAD/ES.
DR. DIjPONCO'S- GUI/EN PILLS t
F-OR -V EM ALES!
Isfaliple is catireatia gr, *plating and Removing all
Obitnuctions, frosi ialurtever cause, and always
• olfg;ws a Prettenttros.
Theme PlLL Sve'been land Ville Devised AS , many
years, both in Prance and Americs, with unpara ll eled
Omens in every ease; and hale urged by many thousand
ladisi who Weed them, to make the Pigs public for the
alleviation of those suffering fr.im any irregularities
whatever, as well as to prevent an , increase of family
where health will not permit U. INDIDIDO particularly
or those 'imposing theinselves so, are cautioned
vans% Mie - Pills while to that condition, as they are
sevOioprodetee asiseerriage, and the , proprietot mamma %)
no respinisibiliry :Ater tills admonition, although their
inildriees would prevantanyinischief to health—other:
wise the Pills'are rebomMendiiii. Full and. explicit M.
reetione accompway each boy. Pries $2.00 per box.
Bold, wholesale and retail, by CHARLES A. BANN
WAXY, Draggle; No. 2. Jones Dow, and Q.H. KELLER,
ladies, by Minding them $l.OO to the Hanintnirg
Post Office, can have the. Pills sent free of observation
to any part of the country (confidentially) sod "free of
postage" by mail.
Bold oleo by J. L. LIDIDDRODR, Lebanon; J. A. Worm,
Wrightsville; IL T. Iduama, York_; B. Exxiorr i
J. O. ALTISIL, Bhippensbarg; ./.BrANOMM, Ghana
bersburg ; B. H. WILD, WOWTInt9 A. J. KAtfinricur, Me
chanicsburg ; Snows de Damian, No. 4, Booth Liber
ty etreet, Baltimore; arid by "one Druggist" in very
town and city throughout the United States.
• ' HALL do ILITOKBL,
218 Greenwich Street, New York,
Genera/ Wholesale Agents.
N. It —Look out for emantorfeits. Buy no Holden
Pills of any kind unless every box Is signed D. D_ Howe
Ail 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 S. D. Howe on every box,
which has recently been added on account of the Pills
being counterfeited. The ingredients composing the
above Pills are made known to `every Agent. The Y will
tell yon the Pills are perfectly kortniess t yet will do all
claimed for them. B. D. SOW'S,
jyl7-417 • Bole Proprietor, New York
MOTTVILL.E GLASS WORKS, .•
CARBOY.B, - DEMIJOHNS.
=NB, PORTBB,ItI2PRBAL WATaB, PIOXLN AND
PRESIVRVE BOTTLES •
' • ow ma: rossasumoi.
H. B.* ( ,w. BARIUM,
0d.041,y . goath D*ont stsrek
WHEELER & WILSON'S.
NSW 49.67e,i',"Ararket tquatl, next to Coldtr's
0 4 6Vce.
irrmi dse e th em in Operation.
A gineial t aasortment of machinery and needles con.
Openly on han,t.
MI m IiIIABGA'RETJ KIS
WilLeethibit and sell them, and also do all Made
machine sewing on theee machines in the beat manner.
The patronage of the public is respectfully eoliolted.
NIXON'S CREMORNE CIRCUS,
NIXON'S CREMORNE mous e
NIXON'S CREILIORNE CIRCUS,
NIXON'S CRUMORNE CIRCUS,
FRIDAY, AUGUST 21,
FRIDAY; AUGUST 21,
FRIDAY, AUGUST 21,
ON LOT IN SECOND STIIEET,
ON LOT IN SECOND STREET,
ON LOT IN SECOND STREET,
ON LOT IN SECOND STR-Egr,
NEAR THE COTTON Mli.L.
NEAP; T 1 .COTTON MILL.
NEAR THE COTTONMILL
NEAR THE COTTON MILL.
r.t. _ EUROPEAN CIRCUS
?, i . _ Firpt, appearaiee in Aiwirica.
' II f MadameMacarte halutreat sat's
,- faction in announcing to the People
~ of this eoestry, 7 that alter asatio
Bence of several years she Will
ib-_ . 1 again have the honor of appearing
' - before them. ' . .
• • Among the Royal Rritish Circus
is tho lbeautilid Sttid of English
tnorsughihiecti, Including the solo.
BLACK SWAN. .• ,
• i ,_— Being the same Troupe with which
i'--_ in England, Ireland and Scotland
she had the honor of performing
•-- • - • . • • 'before the most refined and *Rimer
. suit tiudieten if. every city in the .
~., ~...?, .. , . British Realm.
7 - .
'' - Madame Macarte's great Act , the
,-.• tfil . . ' VENETIAN CARNIVAL
---*„....,.7.1 W i ll -
,Oy N . , i'. . ~., - be remembered by those who
l'bi• 5 . 4,\"•••.;,.i, F --- - witnessed' her former efforts in this
te ../.,-..\ WS ? : ebuntry. —_—..
I ____•• , First appearance in America of
k_______,___ ll l4 Xrr. JOHN COOK, "
-..-1. -• The English humorist ' kn i own as the
f„. most brilliant wit in England, and
familiarly styled the COMIC MUSK
. , V' , The elegant follies of this well.
' • bred and gentlemanly clown will be
_, _ • # , oceastonsity dips - silted by the, e;•4-
) e -J,,, E . ,44 w •-
,t,„, • modingly - comiu srstesquee 'of tie
famous FREN'CIi TIERROT. Aas,
7 - • - First appearance in America of the ,
prlC' • SYRO;ARABIC TROUPE.
Comprs ing Male and Female
. ;opi" filers, Aerobattc, Contortionists. '
lProminent, among the feabires or
_____ . this troupe is the distinguished
1 , ...% 1,
. . .
. , ....,_ ,401 European and American eel°.
• -,., 4. ' brity. This young and briltiant
• - ' .• artiste is acknowledged by all, beth -
4 x. in and out of the equestrian pro.
• fession, to be the•most perfect rider
s.,v. of the age.
••••%„...._ .0 ..---. . . .
• * :/'& In addition to the Star Company,
.. l tr.••
_., aw'', - - the manager has secured an en.
!,- "•• ----_—: gagement with the renowned 'Wild
Sir. EATON STOMP,.
-' i - Mr. Stone's feats on horseback
r• AL. ~, are all "performed ' on his naked
. _" . ."i . Steed, withoilt. saddle, bridle, or
.I‘_,a' .• -.. "f and e brilli ing cl im f t a te4 k. nd. His
'liver four4l iess
•. A. L. gates and other .•• barriers, while
carrying his son upon hie bead, and
in various other attitudes, are con-
_ -.„. sidered the perfection of equettritua•
'• ' skill, and have Justly entitled him
l to the distinction of " Champion of
' .fo r ;
~--------- the Arena.”• .
m iliiii -
. N. LAfru 'LOP., _
e•-The Kentuck Clown.
• ••,---- •' : - . = The Great Model Clown.
• , ' -s • 'T The great romantic spectacle
'_ , • '... is
.. i Dick . TU PIN'S
---7--t- s ek.., , -,.... . ,_, _
7 i /,- RIDE TO r ORE,
r --..........._, ' - . ' • AND DEATH OF BLACK BR'S.)
• • -•. '"Wgiiilia,.-- ••' pm Tuarri.....,lll , SE MACARTE.
11 A 141 S ! ! I
20,000,11 m. Composed ti p the following' Brands
just received :
EVANS .44 SWIF rs-8-Perfor.
• MICE LN SR'S EXCELSlOR—Carwatieed.
MICIIINE WS EXCELSIOR—Not canvaseed.
• IRON OITY,--Nut can vaefted
PLAIN HAMS—Strictly prime
ORDINARY Ek:ll3---V9'.7 good
&very Rani sold will be, guaranteed ss represen
ted. . • . - vF M, DOCK , fr. CO.
SECRET''IIiSEAES ! • •
nen pa- ‘DIVRAS
• .F.4.11141/TAIVS GIFT' !••
SAM 4/1 "/%4 AV'S ("FT!
. Tar Mos.T.egere ' is Rt. •
BALSAM (TOPA VIA O. MERCURY DISCARDED.
Only ten Pili. ip be taken to effect a onre:
They are entirely vegetable., tuivicg no man not day
unpleasant taste, and will not. in any way, injure th<
stomach or bowels of the moat delicate.
Cures in from two to four ,days, and recent cased in
twenty-Pour hours • '
No exposure, no trouble, no rhange whotevar.
Prins male package'', 162 Female, $3. Sold by
D. re. [ROSS & CO.
Soot by mail by DESMOND & CO . Dew 152 Phila. P
0 . janfl-dly
BROOMS, BRUSH Rs, - TUBS AND
I BASKET:I of all dePorlptiona t qualities and pikes, -
for,sale by WM. , DOCK, JR., & CO.
Li BORN 111.12T1E sJAUSIO d . l
PEAVDD 0014 i.
• Drylnty of TIM VITAL FLUID,. ,
SCROFULA, tILVERS, SORES, SPOTS, TET
•TRRS, SCAL S. BOILS, SYPHILIS ON VENE
REAL' WWI , ASP F•qC • •
's_A Al A RITAN'
- o.;ci 2 D ICIZOBS
Is offered to Cho public as a positive enre. Banishes all
impurities 11 he Mood . and brims the system to I
healthy swim: cure tam , Spats. Tatters, Beale& and
Copper Colorfid Putebel,
SYPRI L I t ., 011 VENERKAL iIISEASES.
The tamiarit , n'a hoot audliarb..tuicca is tat
certain rein..t: .:.,r in•Pgeribed ft removes p
Wee, the witista '
Ifitel - 2. I. v.v., VP)! '
. Irt many U. cti..um with' which nu- ..
stiffer, the 4HOT kND HERD JIIIC ~..
adapted, ib • : at. 4 rterna _ in b. .-
tiorr n , sain t , o ..ht. Womb.Ti.hility f
philatoje-- 4 -- ',", rho 6.41
' . _
~- N OT Li RASP AIR. !
acespout .yi -pitalg _Here is .II; care In : . ...,
i 6. Prier $1 pr hottle..t.l:,,Ox_ iOr ;4; with ._ y
time. Bold -,ic 0.. W. GR08,..:
Pent hr. v. - - ...rctul ty peeked by •
1 7 .11,13)10ND & 00, 2 •
, jut . l 3 , . .-
. ' - BOXIIra MIA. P.
/ .1 0 0 ''
. .• GA.TINV:—The be
c./ artier. • uet received azid for eale b.,
inarl4-1 WM. DOOlf, Ja
FOR ONE PAY ONLY,
FOR ONE DAY ONLY,
FOR ONE DA V ONLY,
FOR ONE DAY om.i,
: , • ' .i
N OT A RUM DRINK!
A highly Concentrated Tegclable Extract.
PURE TONIO THAT WILL RNLI* TN THE AP
- ....Tudor:)4ND NOT MAKE DRUNKARDS.
DR. C. M. JACKSON,
PHIPIDELPHIII I PA;,
WILL I FirECI 'ALLY and MOI,"F CERTAINLY OURS
ALL' DI•EiLBES AIMING PROM •
A !Disordered Liver, StOniaels . or
Kidneys. . • •
Flamaaada of our , citizen. are aufferinr from DYSPEY
sad LIVER VISRARES, and to . wheel ne fallowing
.questiend apply—se guarantee
HOOPLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS
WILL CUE TILEIVI.
Dyipepsia and Liver Disease.
Do you rise with a coat. d tongue mornings, with bad
taste ;n the month ant lour appetite for breakfast? Do
you f, el when 3 on Bret got up so weak and Languid 3 on can
oearcely got about? Do y n have a dizzinws in the head at
times, and often a dullness, a rah head:u he occasionally ?
Are y sit bowels costive and inegular, and appetisebbange.
ahl ? Do you throw up wind from the stourtch, and do
you swell np.often ? Do you feel a fulness after eating,
god p sinking when the at unch is empty ? Do p n have
beartbUlD occatdOnalti t you feel low spirited. and
look'on the dark aide of Wogs ? Are you not unusually
nervous at times ? Do you not recome restless, and often
lay until midnight before you can go tooloep? smitten at
limos, don't you feel dull and sleepy 'meat of the time?
Is your skin dry ann ace y ? also gator ? In short, Is not
our life a burthen, full of . - foreta dings t
Heetland 9 s . German Bitters
Will cure evary case of
ORRONIO OR NERVOUS DEBILITY, DESPASE OP
TILE KIDNEY& AND DISEASES ARISING
FROM A DISORDERED STOMAOR,
Observe thelollowmg Ssmjitoms reaultin r from
' ' —Disorders of the Bivalve Organs
-Constipation. Inward Piled. Pu?nes Cr Blood to the lie d,
Acidity of the Stomach, Houdin, Heattburn, D.ogust
for Food, Fulnms or Weight in the Stomach, Sour
Brno' atiomt,Si eking or Flat ering at the Pit of the
Stomach, SwinHuldne , e Head Httrr;e3 and
Breathing, Flattering ai the heart,
Choking' or Suffocating Sensation, when in
. a lying posture, Idmaise of V ;don, Dots
or Webe . before the Sight, Fever and
Dull PAM in the Head, Deliciencv of •
PerFrritiin, Yollownete of the
. Skin and" Byes, Pain in the Side,
Back, Chest, Limbo, &0., &o.
.• Sudden Flushes of Heat,
Batting , in the Flesh, •
. , Ton tantimaginiLga et
: 144 great- Ile
s, „ preadon of Skirits,
There'are many prepar.tfoni !old' under the nine of
tteot, put rip in %nut boTtlee, Compounded of the cheap'.
eat a Mak,. or conimOu corlirg from go to 40 cents
011on,,the bate diegaited by An se or Coriander. red,
Thia class. if Biitera has ranged, and will coutlnue to
isause v iiii'long.its they cal be sold, hundreds to - die the
death,. erne drunkard . By th-ir n e the gyetem'iti kept
cohflnnally under the iptlneme is titinsulants of
the :worst: k..:nd, ditaire for Liailur is created and kept
ttp, wad the. result is ail the hovers attendant 141 , 011
driiiiliatei life and death. ' • . •
For th3se who desire and will havea L'Quor Bitters, we
publish the folk/wing re :irrpt Doe Bottle Hoceflond's
Gement' Bdters toi; with Three Quarts of good
Brandy or Tr,f4Y, and the remit will be a peparaton
that will far exeeAio mes:liFinal witting and true oxen leers
any:orttue nninr, no 1 1,4110 r, -04,0 4 1 9 mariCkiN and
wl.l cost musk foss. -Yon :will - hive, $11;;Ilio rlrtuco of
Hoodiiiict's Bitters in cond.ction Midi aj. ,, od article of
1.-quor et a much lets price th.ok t h ese ' " erior prepara
tions will cost you.
HOotland 9 s 'German lEtitters
•.: c. • -' WILL.GYVE Mr
A 4,0 'di) A
WILL GIVE YOU
OrnifoxG. nE4ILTIRY NERVES,
wAL GIVE YOU
Brisk and • 'Energitie Feelings,
WILL I , IIIMIE YOU TO -
EiZi,uliv:llE 3l 7 1 1017301.21-g,
AND WILL POSITIVALY PR AVANT
YELLOW FEVER, BILIOUS - FEVER,
• &a 4k.„
Tho e buff:aing
From Broken Man and' Delicate Constitutions;
From whatever name, either in
MALE OR . FEMALE,
,WELL I DIN
*HOOFLAND'S GERNAN BITTERS
.4. wt.= Aiim3=i-sr
That-wig : ropier. them to their usual , health. Ettch has
twen the ease in thousands of instances, and s fair trial is
but required to prove the insertion
THAT TIME BITTERS AIM
AND NOT INTINDED Ail A
M R AL. 4 la
The Proprietors have thousands oflettere from the moot
• • PdYSICIANB. sad
Testifying of their own perional knowledge, to the bens.
Bolsi effects and midisa virtues of Muse Rtters.
from her. J Newton Brown, D. D., gditor of ineyele
. gedia of Religions Hnthsledge.
'Although not diiipne.d st. favor or TOcOMICIOnd Pat
ent Medicines in goneral, throng]) distrust of their.lngre-
Ahnati And, yet. UMW of no soMolent reasons
why a man may not tostify to die bingtfitip he believe.
Admisslf requilve&freo any 84,2100 Preparation,
In the`hOpit that;he. way thus eentriente to the benefit
I do this 'Mare readily in regard to.ulloollandls Gerona
prepared by Dr. O H. Jackson, of this city ;
because I was prejudiced against them for years, ander
the bapreesion that they were chiefly as alcoholic mix
ture. - I amindebtaid to my trivia Robert Shoemaker,
Datz., for the remoralof this prejudice. by proper teab;
and for encouragement.to try them when malting from
great and long. continued debility. The 'use of art . .
.bottles of them Bitters at tke beginning of the present
year, was followed by evident relief and restoration to a
degree of :bodily and mental vigor which I bad net •Te3t
for ell kaariths before, and had almobt despaired of r•
gaining. I therefore tibia& 4 14.4 and.my friend far d;.
reeling nid to the use of them. .-
1. NJOWTON BROWN.
Philadelphia, June 23,1561.
. DISEASIIS OP
KIDNEYS and - BLADDER,
In Young or Aged, talc or Female,
Are speedily removed, and the patient restored to health.
'UNAS suffering frem MARABStl3B,.wasting away, with
leareely any fic sh en their bones, are cured in a very short
ti nip .! ruts hottie such sage! walla:nit most surprising
• , •
Ravine indfaring children an above, andwinhing to raise
them, win . never regret the day they comminced with
these Bitters. .
LITERARY MEN, STUDENTS,
And these workioutiard. with their brains should I
ways keep a bottle or 11008LANDM FITT NES near
them. as they wilt find poach benefit from its nee, to both
mind and.hody, invigorating and not depv ming. •
7 Is NOT A LIQUOR STIMULANT,
• And leaved no prcallation,
Attention, Soldiers !
AND.TIIE FRIENDS OF SOLP
We call the attention of all haricot reic'
in the army, to the fact thatigHOOPL
tort" cure nine•tentba or the e'
IMMIS 4 II spa piiiationa incident I.
pubbehed almost daOy in ths
of the 'olds; it wi / be Doti ,
are =throw from debt ,
be readhy cured by 1, "
no hea:tation ins'
need among es
THE eREAT a PIERICAM , REMEDIES,"
RELMBOLD'S EXTRAC P Buell u."
BELMBOLD'S EXTRACT S..AE.?APARILLA.
HELMBOLD'S IMPROVED ROSE WASH.
BELDIBOLDT GRINtiNz PFZPARA.TICIS:,
HIGHLY CONCENTRATED 77
FLUID EXTRACT BUCUU,
A pasit:ve and specilicitemedy for risewes of the
BLADDER, JEIDNEYS, (TRAVEL AND DROPSICAL
This medicine inereeres the power of digestion End ex
alt- a the absorbents into healthy tc:mv, which the
Water or calcareous depositions, stet all unnatural en
largements, ere reduced. as well Es pain and indsmrca-
Con, and is good for MEN, WOMEN and CHILDREN.
BELMBOLD'S EXII,IIACT BrClair,
'For' Weakn.rie Prising from Mamas.; Babits of DiRS
pation, Ban)" Lad:ocretioo or lacee 3 attended with the
Indisposition to rr dim, Dryness of the of Memory, Loss of Power.
Weak Nerve e, Drlfitiolty in Breathing-,
Horror of Disease, Trembling.
Dimness of Vision, Waksfulness,
Univorial Lassitude of the Pain in the Back.
Muscular 8,) stew, - Plu Meg of the Body,
Hot Hands, - Eruptions on the Face s
These symptoms, If allowed to go on, which ttCs medi
cine invariab'y removes, soon fol.ow
IMPOUNCY, FATUITY, EPILEPTIC FITS,
In one of which the patient may moire. Who can may
they are net frequently foiowed by three 1 -direful dia
Many are awnre of the cause of their Buffering, but none
will confeen. ' The repords of the insane Asylums, sod the
melancholy deaths by Consumption, bear angle witness
to the truth of the leaertubn.
TELE CONSTITETION ONCE AV 11101%15 OR.
rtegnirrs the aid of triedelime to strengthen and Ineigu-
rote the,eysteni 14 ELM BOLD'S HXIRACT BLICEIU
invariably dces ' A trial will o_nrince the most skeptical
FEMALES ! FEMALES !! 'FEMALES !!!
OLD OR YOM*, SINGLE, MARRIED, 01 CONTEM-
In many sifeeticns renter to _Tuners, the Eatrae
Ductal iota/141611W byany other x reedy, as in Chlorosi
Or Retietion, Zrregnla itiee , Palaftitnt se, r Eappieseion
of Customary - Evacuations, Menrated or Scirrhoue state
of the Uteras-Lettoorrhe a or Whi - us, Sterility, and for a
'complaints incident to tho sex, etethe,r arising trena in
Bgibito' or In the
NO 'PAWL? ItIiOCLD WITHOtT 1T
Take no Bahian*, - Mercury or Unpleasant Modish!
Duple .sant stud Dangerous Di - eases.
lIELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU
In all their ahem at little eaprnee i little or 119 shim
in diet; no inconvenience, AND NO EXPOSITED.
It eansee frognent desire and gis es strength to Urinate,
. removing arbuction!, preventing and curb)
strictures of the urethra, allaying pain and inflammation
so fr,erent in this class Itif distance, and expelling POI
SONOUS, DISEARAD AND A ODICOLT TTDII.
Thousands upon thoLeande who have been - the
VICTIMS OP QUACKS,
And who hate paid ShAVY FIRS to blOtred in a short
time, have lotted they were deceived, and that the
eon " has. by the um of a rowel - ix/ Aetringente, , i, been
dried up in the orotexu, to break out in an asitavatedlorm,
BELMBOLD'S EXTRACT R 1301117:
For all Attractions and DISP2IIBB of the lIRINARM OR
,GANB. whether existing in WALK OR FEMALE, from
whatever cause oligit sting, sal no matter of how long
standing. Disowns of these organs require the aid of a
DRIERTIO. • , •
=UNSOLD'S EXTRACT BUONO
ffi THE GREAT DIURETRI,
And it is certain to have the desired effect in all Diaeaseo
for which it in recommended.
BLOOD t 4 BLVD !! BLOOD !! !
REIGIBOLD'S HIGHLY CONCENTRATED DOOM
POUND FLUID EXTRACT EaRSAPABILLA
This is an affection cr the Bloistr] andattsnt the, "111%
or g ans, Linings of the time, Mare, Throat Windp ipe inupive
other Mecca d arrears, making ita eppeersree in the form
ortlioerc. HELMBOLDIS fixtriet riersaparilla purifies
tho Blood an 4 r -moves all Sealy kraetioi a of the Bk.n,
giving to the compl-zion a clear and Ledtby color. It
being repaired exer‘renly for this chum of complaints, to
Blood•purifying propertiee are prep• ryes to -a greater e:
tent than any I *or prepalation•of Sarpiparilla.
An excelitnit lotion for dixesooo of a syrtilige nature,
bad sa as ittieetion in diseases pfitho grittury ORS ON elid
ing from habits of diteipetion, tistd in sown dins with the
Extracts Beebe and Sarsaparilla. in atich diseases as recom
mended. Evidence of the moat reapanaibne., and reliable
character will accompany the med clues.
CERTIFICATES OF CURES,
Pronethree to twenty years' standing, with names known
for medical properttee of BUCRIT, eie..Dtep , rdhitO
the United Stetre.
Eke Praetor DEWN.IB , valuable works on the Pr
bee of kbysio„
see remarks made by the late ce'ebrated Dr. PP'
See remarks made by Dr. EPEIPAIN 11 '
celebrated Physician and limber of thf
Surgeous, Ireland, and• published in
the Sing and Queen's Zonrnal.
elm Medico• Ohirurgieet Earl ,
MIN TRAVICHM, Bellow of •
Bee moat of the late St.
t'r halt' dose , .
cure the r•
kNOW N AS
GENUINE PE.2 . :FARATIONS v z:.
INSANITY AND CONSUMPTION . ?
DECLINE OR ORANGE OD LIRE
SEE SYMPTOMS ABOVE
CURES SECRET DISEASES
PXItRAPS ASTER MARRIAGE
HELMBOLD'S ROSE WASH,
TO FICIENON AND FAME.