Daily patriot and union. (Harrisburg, Pa.) 1858-1868, August 24, 1863, Image 3
LOCAL HEWS. MONDAY MORNING, AUGUST 24, 1608. - - - Las LAMY PATRIOT AND UNION may be tad at Jack's tuck Store, corner of Third and Market tsVail. A. 1.80, at to News Agency of George L. Walter, 1 2 ilarket street, near Fifth. Tun Maim—Under the change of sc. et eon the different railroads, the time o f elosind the mails et the liernsanrg Post Office, April 20, 18112, is as follows: FORRHARA COINTSAL saiLwaY. NORTH.—Waw Min..—For all places between Ear isbarg, Lock Haven and Blwdra, R. y., at 12.00 m. lot Lock Mayen, williamaport and Lewisburg at D P. azi . TH.—WILT litarr..—For all_p_lsoes between Her ouromeg and Baltimore, Md., and Washington, D. C., at 2.00 m. For Washington, D. 0., Baltimore, Md., and York, Pa. at 9.00 p. in. LEBANON VALLI"? RAILROAD. PAST.—Wei 8(A11..--Por all places between Harris bun, Allston and Philadelphia. eialleading, at 7.00 e, Porßeading and Pottsville, at 12.89 p. m. ricissuorsate RAILROAD. WAY WAIL.-1/0Y all places between Harrisburg and Philadelphia,- at 6.30 a. m. For Philadelphia and Lancaster, at 12.00 m. For New Yink, Philadelphia, Lancaster, Colombia, Marietta and Bainbridge, at 2A6 m. For New York, Philadelphia and Lancaster, at 9.60 II- in- WEST.—WAY Man..—For all places between Harris burg and Altoona, 12.00 m. For Johnstown, Pittsburg and Brie Pa., Cincinnati, Columbus and Cleveland, gable s at, 2,44 p. =a. For Pittsburg, Hollidaysburg, Altoona, Phillipsbnrg, Tyrone,Huntingden and Lewistown, at 9.00 p. m. CLIZENSLAND TAIJ,I7' adILXO.IID. For Mechanicsburg, Oarliele,Sbippeniburg and Ohm- Isersburg, Pa., at 7.00 a. m. WAY Mtra.--Por all places between Mairiaburg and Hagerstown, Md., at 1220 p. m. - - 13011 1 0YLIEFLI. A D 131178QU1EIXICI /41.11.1t0A.D. For nneodale Forges, SI/wood, Pioegrove and summit Station, at 12.80 p. m. STAGS 11017YE8. . . For Progress, Linglestewn, Mantas Hill, West Hano ver. Bast Hanover, ono and Jonestown, 011 Monday, Wedneeday and Friday, at 7.00 a. in.' For Idenern and Leadaberry, on Saturday, at 12.80 F• 151 - la - Office ilotere.—Ftetn !LBO a. In. to 8.00 p, in, emir day from 7.30 to 8:80 a.m_ and from 3.00 to 4.00 p. in. DAMCCRATIC CLUB ATEETINGS.—The Democratic Oirtbs of the roiii•getife wem:de ig this city will Meet weekly as follows, viz: First Ward—On thitarday 'evenings. Second Ward—On Monday " Third Ward—On Tuesday " Fourth Ward—On -Wednesday " Pilch Ward—On Thursday 3/ Sixth Ward—On Friday By order of the City Exeentive Committee. ago. P. Wneven, Sec'Jr. QUARTER SERSI333.—Tbe Court of Quarter Ses sions for this county commences its labors to-day. A largo number of criminal eases are docketed for trial, including crime of many kinds and degrees, some thirty-two of which were continued from last term. WOUNDED SOLMICHS_—There are ten ttiOneand two hundred and forty-two sick and wounded sol diers in the government hospitals at Philadelphia. Thirty-five deaths occurred during last week, and during the same perico two hundred and ninety nine were returned to duty. Rev Earn DECISION.—The Commissioner of In ternal Revenue has jecided that the amount ex per.ded by a physician for the keeping of a horse used exclusively in the business of his profession, la a legitimate deduction from the amount of in. come assessed against him. HARRISBURG FEMALE SEMINARY.—The fall 88E ;don of this excellent educational loetitntion be gins on Wednesday, Septeenher 23. While under the superintendence of its worthy and accom plished principal, Mrs S. E. Dixon, this seminary has grown rapidly in the public favor. It is com mended to the patronage of all parents who would entrust the education of their daughters to prae . Used and competent hands. THE COAL Tasez.—Statistica of the Peunsyl e.,ftif, °oat trade for the present season know an aggregate production of nearly four million tole, against less than three and three quarter millions to the same tints last year. Notwithstanding the numerous strikes which have occurred among the miners in the coal district this season, and the unpfecedented advance in the wages of miners, these statistics show a favorable increase in the coal trade of our Commonwealth. SOLDIERS' Bonn - rms.—Mr. Solicitor Whiting re cently decided that the volunteers first called out by the President are not entitled to bounty under the net of 1861. At the accounting offices this decision is tabooed, as the first section of the sot 'naiades that ajl provisions of law applicable to three years' volunteers shall apply to all volun teers who have been or may be accepted into the service of the United States for a period not less thaw aix months. CAVTION TO CORRESPeIIDENTS.—By a very harsh rule of the Postoffice Department, which perhaps is justified by the letter of the law, if the amount of the postage stamp upon a letter does not fully prepay it, double the amount of the dedOletioy ii charged to the receiver. Pormerlyonly the amout of the -deficiency was charged. Thus, a letter weighing the merest fraction over half an ounce, if prepaid with but a single stamp, is burdened with an additional postage of six Mite, which the receiver most pay. A WARNING TO BIIIIMERS.—A lawyer of Pater son, N.. J. was tried last week by a jury for the crime of nibbling—going into groceries and cut- Ulm off pieces of cheese, taking crackers and but tering them, and taking other liberties of the same sort. The jury, after hearing the evidence, found the ateensed guilty, and rendered to lettilet-Of $. 25 for the grocer, Mr. John Bayard, at whose tiara the nibbling occurred. This is another solemn warning to nibblers and "bummers" to desist from their unconstitutional acts and turn from the er ror of their bumming ways. "No reference to an allusion." trATRT/E.-A Lancaster gentleman, who was in the same ear at the time ea-President Baohanan passed through this city on his way home from Bedford Springs, says thlt the article which ap peared in the Harrisburg Tel egropk, of that eve ning relating to a "withering" scene that occurred at the railroad depot between the ex-President and Ai soldier who had his arm amputated, is untrue in every particular. The gentleman affirms that no such scene as that related transpired at all, and is certain that the writer of the article wee misin formed in reference to it. Upon the authority of the gentleman, the Express retracts the article, ad ding: "We are sorry that the article has been published, because we da not design or desire at any lime to be the means of doing injury to any one." cusses" that were OLD SOLDIERS -:--We '"ltlekY drafted in "that draft" are old soldiers. This we have discovered, with some feeling of pride, by picking up the following decision which was floating about on the sea of neweisper literature : "Drafted men beware soldiers in the service of the United States by the fact of their names haiing been drawn in the draft. The notification, served upon them by the Prevost •kindle), is merely an announcement of the fact, and an order for them to rep3rt far ,duty at a designated time and place. This_ being the ease, it behooves the conseripts;While wearing their honors meekly, to see t o it that eta inglorious citizen "minfie himself," and obtiduots hittimilf 'gingerly toward those who have "become soldiers in the service of the United States." If your authority is disputed, pull out your notification papers. ernru hriffL .A Sreirir.-5t4 Bitola baa ini ceeded in securing for his museum the largest snake ever seen in this Country. It is a python of the species boa, from the East Indies. It is .a wonder to spectators how this appalling monster was ever caught alive. He is twenty.five feet long, with a body larger in girth than that tf a large-sized man. He bas a shining skin and a graceful taper of the body. The stories which imaginative nurses are wont to mite to credulous urchins concerning the mon sters of the serpent world are tame beside this great reality, Oa his voyage from the East Indies nobody dared to approach him to give him anything to eat, and it was not until he was got into Mr. Barnum's glass cage that anything went into the vast recepteele where he is wont to put his food. He was then regaled with rabbits, guinea pip, and pigeons. He has a . way of eating which has a tendency to make the spectators feel very thankful that he is abut up in a tight ease. This gentle pet caught with his own hideous mouth, and took it his own body, five fat guinea pigs, and: sixteen fall grownrabbits, finishing with a dessert of several plump pigeons, and then curled himself up for an after.dinner nap. He was shortly after seized with another pang of hunger, however, and swallowed a rooster that had been previously tempting his appetite near hie corner of the cage. There were before several tremendous boas in the cage, but all of them rolled into one could be swallowed whole by the python. This monster boa will be visited not merely by. thOusands of curiosity seekers, but by students of zoology, as a marvel of the serpent world. As such a marvel, we give Isis snakeship this brief introduction to the public through our columns. Tun MANUFACTUBE OF rCIC.—An ingenious Frenehman bas discovered a method for manufac turing ice by which the article may be produced at a trifling cost. A cylinder of metal (tin will answer) with a movable cover at one end, to be kept lightly in its place by a screw when shut ; with two open. hge, hue at each *pa, to receive through two funnel the materials used; and a discharge cock at one end to discharge the contents when the cylinder is to be emptied, is all the apparatus required. This cylinder, when properly charged, Is placed on a pair of rockers, so that the see-eltet motion may be obtained. To convert five hundred French gram mes.r ic of water into e (each gramme being nearly seventeen grains avoirdupois) it is necessary only to place in this cylinder or well twelve hundred grammes of sulphate of soda and eight hundred grammes of hydrochloride of muriatie acid. Into this preparation or bath, says the inventor, Place a farm or vessel containing the water to be frozen, a bottle of ehampaign to be :fropped, or any other materials required to he frczen. Close the cover, screw it fast, and then for seven or eight minutes give the cylinder or well a see-saw motion on its cradle, arid you obtain the desired result. A solid bloek of ice of five hundred grammes may be pro duced by this operation. If we may believe the half of what is said of the discovery, our depen dence, for cool drinks will no longer be upon the icemen but on the chemists. NoIa!?ATOM OF CANDIDATES FOR DELEGATES TO THE DEMOCRATIC COUNTY CONVENTION.--At a meet ing of the City Democratic Executive Committee, held on the Si of June last, the following amend ment to the `•Rules and regulations rot the gevern went of the Democratic party of the city of Harris burg" was unanimously adopted, viz : " All candidates for Ward Delegates to County Conyeutisme shall hereafter ha named and placed in nomination at a regularly called ward meeting in each ward of the city, to be held on the Satur urday evening preceding their election." Tho. Tkarrweratie vutora of the several wards in the city of Harrisburg are. is compliance with the foregoing amendment, requested to meet at their respective ward houses on Saturday evening next, August 29:h, for the purpose of nominating suita ble candidates for delegates to represent them in the County Convention to be held at Harrisburg on the Sth of September nest. By order of the City Executive Committee. Gen. P. VYEAvsa, Secy. Harrisburg, August 24,1863. ATTENTICWOCRATS OF HARRISBURG.—The Ward mee:Logs for the nomination of candidates for delegates to the County Convention on the Bth of September next, will be held in each ward of the city at 71 o'clock on Saturday evening next, August 29th, at the following places, viZ: First Ward—At the public house of L. Koenig, Paxton street. geeimi Ward—At the toblie house of ' Daniel Wagner, Second street. Third Ward—At the Franklin House, Walnut street. Fourth Ward—At the public house of P. H. Ryan ; State street. Fifth 'Ward—At the public house of the Widow Jordan, North street. Sizth Ward—At the public house of John Stem lar, Ridge road. By order of the Ward Bteetttive Committees. Geo. W. Weaver, Chairman Firs ward. C. Seiler, Chairman Second ward. Geo. Bailey, Chairman Third ward. L. Barabard, Oh*Osman Fourth ward. Josephßowman, Chairman Fifth ward.. C. A. Wilhelm, Chairman Sixth ward. Harrisburg, August 24,1363. Must. BE REMEDIED.—The filthy condition in which the meat stalls are left in the market house every Wednesday and Saturday morning must be remedied. The person who passes through the buildieg•tweety_fonr hours after meat market will find himself assailed on either hand by villainous smells, which, on closer inspection, he will disco ver to proceed from bits , of meat and clots of blood that have been let upon the meat blocks and ta bles. It would Beta that most of the butchers, disregarding the express municipal regulations upon the subjeCt, shove their blocks under the counters without so much as brushing them off. A hot atmosphere aeon decomposes the remnants adhering to them, filling the air with foal odors and seeding qualms even to the stomach of stout digestion at the thought of feasting upon the steaks and roasts that are to lay' in such filthy places. It is the duty of the clerk of she market to ace that every butcher washes his blocks and tables after each market morning. Let him perform that duty, and then the eommnnity can eat their sir loin with a keentt gusto, and hungry dogs, scent ing corruption afar off, will no longer be trotting along. the counters foraging among the tables for dainty titbets of tainted meat. Ex t , iiim iyion oP Congenwrs..—The drafted men of Dauphin minty are tibtified to report for exam ination to the Board of Enrollment, at their rooms in the Court Iloase,.by sub-districts and parts of sub-districts, as designated below : On Friday, Auguat 28th--Catiewago and Derry townships, and the first 14 of the First • ward of Harrisburg. . Saturday, August 29—The laid 44 drafted in the Third ward, and 34 in the Second wird. 140 °4 3 7, August 31,—Tbe i ,reinfloder , of, tbe Second ward, and the first tEof T 1 rd Tueiday, September I—The last 45 of the Third ward, and the first 55 of the Fourth ward. Wednesday, September 2—Tbo last 51. of the _ ' crlrft- r/ • Fourth ward, all of the Fifth Ward, aid the first 5 of the• Sixth ward. Thursday, September 3—Tbe remainder of the Sixth ward (UP), and the flat 11. of Halifax town ship. • The number named will be examined upon the days specified, and on each particular day those interested must either present their claims for exemption, band over their substitute, or pay $3OO fur the procuration thereof. . NEW FALL GOODEL—Vire have now received and are opening a beautiful assortment of new style dress goods and other goods? Splendid assortment of new delaines. Ail colors of plain alpacas.i New style of plaid dress gods. Fine black bombazines. Black and colored paramattas. 5 pieces of black silks. 50 pieces of bleached and!umbleachcd rettelins. 10-4 heavy linen for sheeting. 5-4 heavy linen for pillow'cases. 4 grey linen damask for; table corers. 'White linen table covers and napkins. Black alpacas, all qualities. White linen end hemstiehed pocket handker chiefs. 10 doz. Balmoral 'skirts, from $3.50 up. Large assortment of hoop'' skirts'. Hoop skirla at 75 cents,. $1 00, $1 50, and all • prices. White cambric tenslir.s and j lconnetts, nansookr, Irish linen, Swiss EntIEMIP, and a great manyotber new goods. S. LEWY. Pennsylvania Militia and Recruiting Claims, United States pension, bounty, arrears of pay and subsistence claims, AC., &c., dm., made out and col lected by ET:GENE SNYDER, AttOrßfy at Law, office, Third street, Harrisburg, Pa. OCt2B-11 SPECIAL NOTICES. CRISTADORO'S HAIR DYE. There is no Hair Dye in use so pure, eo free from all objectionable properties, that produces ouch eqlendld and permanent tints, or that operates so quickly, uni formly, and certainly, as CRISTADORO'S EXCELSIOR HAIR DYE. Thin matchless article le pronounced, by all whohave ever applied it, or seen it applied ? the Bost wonderful invention of the sge. Ten minutes suffices for any shade of brown or the deepest black. It ldoves the Orin unstained. Manufactured by J. CRIBTADOED, 0 Colter House, New York. Sold everywhere, and applied by all Nair Dressers. Price $l, $1 50 and $3 per box, according to size. CristatioroPs Hair Preservative Id inettlestdo with hie Dye, ite it imparts the utmost softness, the most beautiful gloss , and great vitality to the Hair. • Price b 0 cents, $1 and 12 per bottle, according to sire .1731-d&wlm IMPORTANT TO FEMALES. DR. CIIEESEMA NIS PILLS. The combination of ingredients in these Pills are the result of a long and eftensive practice. They are mild in choir operation, and certain in correcting all inept -I.llllea, painful menstruation, removingall obstructions. whether from cold or otherwese, headache, pal In the side, palpitation of the heart, whites, all nerronsallec Lions, hysterics, fatigue, pain in th .bask he., disturbed sleep, which arise from interripti of nature. DR. CHEESSINIAN was the commencemen o et,er a nee trim% on of those irregularities and fr.estraietl Clear a fl. con; signed so many to a prorate. rev 4-3:, ales= er,joy good health ILTII6RSI she is mills!, and whanever an obstruction takes place the general health begins to de cline. DR. CHEESEMAN'S PILLS are the most effectual remedy ever known for all com plaints peculiar to Females. To all asses they are invalnable, ifttilteine teith cemaistry;periodica2 regular ity. They are known to thousands, who have used them at different periods, throughout the country, having the sanction of some of the most eminent Physicians in America. Expheft clirectiorts, voting when they should cot be used, with each Dos—tbe Price Ong Bolin? Ter Box, containing from DO Lo DO rills. Pills seat by mail, promptly, by remitting to the Agents. Bold by Druggists generally. R. B: HUTCHINGS, Proprietor, 20 Cedar street, Hess York. Bold in Harrisburg, by C. A. DannTartr hieshardosbnrg, by J. B. Dellett. " Carlisle. by 8. Blliott. " Elhippeniburg, by D. W. Rankin. " Chambersbusg, by Hiller & Hershey. Hnmmeletown,by fisorge Wen; " Lebanon, by Geerne Roam_ doe.B-d&wl7 THE GREATEST DISCOVERY OF THE AGE. Farmers, fan:Lilies and others can purchaee no remedy equal to Dr. Tobias , Venetian Liniment, for dysentery, colic, croup, chronic rheumatism, sore throats, toothache, sea sickness, cats, burnsowellingr, braises, old sores, headache,.musquito bites, pains in the limbs, chest, back, &c. If it does not give relle the money will be refunded. All that is Raked is a trial, and use it according to the directions. Dit—Toniee—Dear Sir: I bare need your Venetian Liniment in n.y family for a number of years, and be lieve it to the best article for what it is recommended that I have ever need. for suddenatta*of croup it is invaluable. I have no hesitation in recommending it for all The uses it profesdes to cure. I have mold it for many years, ane it gives entire satisfretion. I OSA& H. TRIMNER. QUAKERTOWN, N. 8., kiby 8, 1858. bold by till Druggists. .01Bee, 66 Cortlaridt street, jy3l d&wlm New York. A GFNTLEM 4IN , cured of Nervous Debility,lr competency, P emature Decay and Youthful Brrorotetuated by a clSeire to benefit others, will be happy to.furnish to all Who need it (free df charge) the reeled and directions for making the simple Remedy need in his case. Those wishing to profit by his expel' rience—and .possess a valuable Remedy—will receive the same, by return m4ll, (carefully sealed,) by ad dressing JOHN B. OCIDRN. Aug 14-3.noldow No. 50. Nissan street, N. Y. Dr. Brunools CoSeentrared Remedies No. 1. TUB (TREAT REVIVER speedily eradicates all the evil effects of SELF-ABUSE. as loss of ?Scrawl', Shortfall of lireotb,cti4 iineoe, F of pitstion of the Heart, Dimnessof - Vision, or any constitutional derangements of the system, brought on by the unrestrained indul gence or the passion. Acts alike on either sea. Price one Dollar. No. 2. TEM BALM will cure, in from two to eight dayi, any case of GONNORRACEA., is without taste or smell, and requires no restriction of action or diet. For either sex Prife One R00T14., No. B. The TBABB will ears lo the shortest possible time any ease of GLIIBT, even after all other remedies have failed to produce the desired effect. No taste er smell. Price One Dollar. No. 4. TH.II PUNITE Et is the only Remedy that will really cure Strictures of the Urethra. No matter of how long standing or neglected the case may be. Price one Dollar, No. 5. TILE Sotupon will cnre any wt.% of GRAVEL, permanently and speedi.y remove all allictions of the Bladder and Kidneys. Price One Dollar. No. 8 FOR PARTICULARS SEE CIRCULAR. No 7. THE AMARIN will care the Whites radically and in a much shorter time than they can be removed by any other treatment. In fact; is the only reluedy that will really correct this disorder. Pleasant to take. Price One Dollar. No. 8. TUE ORIENTAL PASTIL 9 are certain, safe and speedy in producing MENSTRUATION, or correct• ing any Irregularities of , the monthly periods. Price Two Dollars. No. O. POP. PARTI.OI7LANS SEN CIRCULAR, Hither remedy seat free by mail On receipt of the price annexed. Rnolose postage stamp and get a circu lar. General Depth North-Emit corner of York avenue and Callowhill •atreet. Private office, 401 Tom avenue, Philadelphia Pa. . igor sale in ' liarriaburg by C. A. Bamiveaviand Loon WY!TV, where circulara containiu/ valuable igfotrPa tion' with full descriptions of each cane, will be deliv ered gratis on 'application. Address DR. PKLIX BRIINON, _ July 28, , 18634 y P. - O. Box 99, Philadelphia, Pa. UoFFFEs, AN:1) SUGARS OF - ALL ' 6I44i)ZEI, a nd at "namable prima, for MO by ' ' WAI. DOCK, Tv, & UO. VOTIONS.--Quite a variety of useful IN and entertaining articlen--cheap—at 8011.11PFER 1 8 °Kamm. :4 T,i BUR YRA k 9 ZENA z 0.4 z z A t=l • Was the on!y **Preparation for food from in- dian Corn" That received a medal and honorable mention from the Koval t-ommlasinners, the competition of all promin.nt manufacturers of "Corn Starch' and '•Prepared Corn Flour" of th s and other countries notwithstanding. The food and luxury of the tt7r, 1510.0 a pinata fault. One trial will convince the 7 , 10.1 t skeptical. Makes Puddings, Cakes, Custards, Blanc Mange, &c,, withnut isinglass, with lea• or no eggs. eta coat astonishing the most economical. A slight addition to ordinary Wheat Flour greatly improves Bread and Cake It is also ex cellent for thickening sweet sauces. gravies for fish and meat, scup, ike. For Ice Cream rothing can compare with it. A little boiled in milk will produce rich cream far coffee, chocolate, tea, &a. Put up in one round peerages, under the trade-mark Malzena, With directions for use. A most clf licious article of food Dar children and in valids of all ages. For sale ty Grocers and Druggists everywhere. Wholesale Depot, IGG Fulton street Aug 3.5-d6m AMS!!! 20,000, lbs. Composed of the following Env-a just received: NEWBOLD'S—Celebrated. NEW JERSEY—SeIect, EVANS & SWlFT'S—Superior. MICHINER'S EXCELSlOR—Canvassed. /51ItilINER'S EXCELSIOR—Not canvassed. IRON ClTY—Canvassed. TI (':s , CITY—Not ebevaiLeed. PLAIN HAMS—Strictly prime. ORDINARY HAMS—Very gond. la" Every Haan sold will be gu ar anteed as represen ted. WM. DOCK. Jr., & CO. SECRET DISEASES ! SECRET DISEASES! - SAMARITAN'S GIFT! SAMARITAN'S GIFT! THE MOST CERTAIN REMEDY RUB 'USED. Yes, a Positive Care! BALSAM COPAVIA 41' MERCURY DISCARDED, Only ten Pills to be taken to effect a cure. They are entirely vegetable, having no smell nor any unpleasant taste, and will not, in any way, injure the stomach or bowels of the most delicate. Cures in from two to four days, and recent cases iv twenty.four hours. .No exposure, no trouble, no chew whatever. Price male packages; $2; Female, SS. Sold by D. W. GROSS & CO. Sent by mail by DESMOND & CO , Box 161 Phila. P 0' jan6-dly 1) ROOMS, BRUSH ES, TUBS AND ul BASKETS of all descriptions, qualities and prices, for sale by BLOOD! BLOOD!, SORES : THEIR CAUSE A DEPRAVED CON: DITION OF THE VITAL FLUID, which produces goortrim, ueR.IRS, SORES. SPOTS, TET. TERS. REAL DISEASES, ETC. SAMARITAN'S R 0 , 0 T .4 ivD HERB JUICES Is offered to the public as a positive cure. Banishes an impurities of Lho blood and brings the system to a healthy action ' cure these Spots, Totters, Scales and Copper Colored Patches. SYPHILIS OR VENEREAL DISEASES The Samaritan's Boot sod Herb ALICOR is the most certain remedy ever prescribed. It removes every par ticle of the poi NOM In many affections with wihich numbers of Females suffer, the ROOT AND HERB JUICES is most happily adapted, in Ulcerated Uterus, in Whites, in bearing down, Falling of the Womb, Debility, and for all com plaints incident to the sex. DO NOT DESPAIR. seep out of lkogpitulfi. Here lea me In say cue fel $5. Price $1 per battle, or six for $6, with full direc tions. Boldly D. W. GROSS I CO. Sent by Express carefully pasted by DBBSIOND 1 00„ jan6-ly Box 161 Phila. P.O. THE BEST FAMILY SEWING' MACHINE IS WHEELER & WILSON'S. NEW OFFICE, Market Square, nezt to. Colder'e Wee. 117- call and see them in operation A general assortment, of machinery and needles eon. latently on haul. Will exhibit and sell them, and also do all Made' t machine sewing on these machines in the beat manner. The patronage of the public is respectfully solicited. aplB43m pYOTTYILLE .GLASS WORKS, PHILADELPHIA, YAIIIPIPACTI3III CARBOYS, DEMIJOHNS, MINI, PORTNE, MINNEAL WATBB, ' , MILL) AND PIIEBEIII'I BOTTLES O! aril*? IinOOMPTIOrt. K. B. & G. W. BINNING!. oel9-dly 27 South Front steret, rhiladelplga. PROPOSALS FOR BROKEN STONE.—Pro posals will be received at the City Council Cham,ber till the 20th. of August for delivering on the etreets, to the orders of the different Street Committees, one thousand perch of lime or mountain stone, broken according to the or dinance of May 2, 1863. Proposals to state what kind of titope pill be delivered and in how short a time. Cash to be paid within twenty days from the 'completion of the contract. The Council reserve the right to reject all bide if unreasonable. Bids to be endorsed, "Proposal for broken atone," and addressed to W. 0. HICKOK, jy3l.3tawtd President of Common Council. TO CAPITALISTS A rare obenee is offered for the profitable inirfatruerut of from theee to five thousand dollars in the manufac ture of an improvom.nt of great value, it being an arti cle of indispensible household use, lately patented A net profit or fifty per cent. guaranteed upon the amount invested. Guod references given and required. Ad dress WM, P, P ATTON, sage Harrisburg, Pa. MUS•Ie STORE! NO. 98 MARENT &TENET, HARRISBURG, PA. SHEET MUSIC, PIANOS, • MELODEONS, GUITARS, VtOLTNS, BANJO STRINGS, Of every description. DR178113, PIPEB, FLUTES, ACCORREONS, etc., at the lowest OITY PRICES, at W. KNOCHE'S mum STORE, No. DIS Mawr Frms. JA PANESE TEA.—A choice lot of this celebrated Tea just received. It is of the first cargo ever imported, and is much superior to the Chi nese Teas in quality, strength and fragrance, and is also entirely free of adulteration, coloring or mixture of any It is the natural leaf of the Japanese Tea Plant. For sale by WM. DOCK, jr., & Co. lEALTFII MONEY 1 I HAPPI NESS 11 At this season of year, when so mein sickness prevail; Mr, one NhOtild iorolido himself with DR. HUM. PELBMI 7 II HOMUIOPATHICI NADIDINBiII, Sid prevent disease in its beginning. A fresh supply always on hand at - illaPleirlin'il BOOK-sTgiut, ntarl9 Harrisburg. NE W IV/USI C. Why I Loved Iter,il a Pressures of the Tfearr,lt and ‘ 4 Childhood Daya, ,, three new and beautiful Song, by J. EL Cox. , t Our Country and rag," a new and beautiful eong, with highly colored title page, by Culver, are among the latest receipts of new music by W. KNOCHE, where can be found at all time!' a full assortment of Drums, life, ad all kindcof ioneifil Notrume ] ? ll - Romfemper the plitca, No. IQ Mutat ocitiot. jyo ( ' 00 P I R'S GELATINE.—The best ti article in the market, jwit received and for sale by marl4-tf WM. DOCIIE Zs. 11 CS ryi MAIZENA, WILLIAM DURYEA, °enema Agent WM. DOCK, J a., dc CO FEMALES! MISS MARGARET UfISZ ~, N OT A RUN•DRINKI A highly foneentrated Vegetable Extract, A PURE TONIO THAT WILL REM' , YE THE AF FLICTED AND NOT MAIM DRUNKARDS. DR. 131001P.LAND18 GERMAN BITTERS DR. C. M. JACKSON, PHILADELPHIA, PA., WILL I EFECIUALLY and NiOrsT CERTAINLY CURE ALL DVEAORS AWING FROM A Disordered Liver, Stomach or Kidneys. Thousand.; of our eitissna are sufferin z from rtysprx nA and LIVER 'DISEASES. and to ' , bona t fallowing questions apply—we gua-aotee HOOPLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS WILL CURE THEM. Dyspepsia and Liver Disease. Do you rise with a coated tonne mornings, with hod tip& in the mouth an i Ivor appetite for breakfast? Do you f't el when you fire get no so weak and languid 3 ott can seareely gat about? y n hirre - a distinct-Bin the hrai at, times, and often a dullucza, wish headache occasionally Are your bowels costive aril in egular, and appetite change able? Do you throw rp wind from the stomach, and do you swell up often ? Do you feel a fulness after eating, and a sinking when the at flitch is empty ? Do yt u have heartburn occasionally ? D . you feel low spirited, and look on the dark ride of things? Are you not unusually nervous at times ? Do you not become restless. and often lay until midnight before you can go to sleep? and then at times, don't you feel dull and sleepy most of the time? Is your skin dry and sea'y ? also sal ow? In short, is not lour life a burthen, full of forebodings? llootiand 9 s German Bitters will CUM Mary case of CHRONIC OR NERVOUS DEBILITY, DESEASE OF TEE KIDNEY& eND DISEASES ARISING FROM A DISORDERED STOMACH. Observe the following Symptoms resulting front Disorders of the Digestive Organs Constipation, Inward Piles. Baines or Blood to the Head, Acidity of the Stomach, Nausea, Heartburn, Disgust for Food, Fulness or Weight in the Stomach, tour Erneations, Sinking or Flat' ering at the Pitof the Stomach, Swimming of t e Head, Hureei and DifLult Breathing, Flattering at the Heart, Choking or tnifocating Sensations, when in a lying posture, Dimness of Vsion, Dots or Webs before the bight, Fever and Dull Pain in the Head, Deficiency of Perspiration, Yellowness of the San and Eyes, Pain in the Side, Back. Chen, Limbs, /cc., Or 0. Sudden Mabee of neat, Burning in the Flesh, Constant Imaginings or Evil, and great De preasion or Spirits. Thera are many metarations sold under the name of Batters, put up in quirt bottles, compounded of the cheap est whisky or common ruin. rooting from 20 to 40 cents per gallon, the Beate disguised by An.se or Coriander Seed. This class of Bitters has caused, and will continue to Cause, as long as they cal be sold, hundreds to die the death of the drunkard. By th•-ir u e the system is kept continually under the latteime of A.echodc !alimonies of the worst kind, the desire for Liquor is created and kept up, and the result is ail the horrors attendant upon a drunkard's life and death. For those who desire and will hate a Liquor B:tters, we publish the following re:eipt : Get One Bottle Hooflandis Getman Bitters and mix with Three quarts of good Braila g or Wei •ky, and the remit will be a repoiratjon that will far excel in medicinal virtues and true cite lence any of the numercus L quor Bitters in the market, and will cost much less. You will have all the virtues of Hoofiand's Bitters in conweion with a g •od article of Liquor. at a ranch le3spr:ce th .n these inferior prepara tions will cost you. Booilandls German Bitters WILL GIVE lOU . A GOOD APPETITE, WILL GIVE YOU STRONG HEALTHY 'NERVES, WILL GIVE YOU Brisk and Energetic Feelings, WILL 1.11&BLE YOU TO SSLIO'M3E° Vl7Mlala, AND WILL POUTIVELY PRI:TENT YELLOW FEVER. BILIOUS FEVER, Front Broken down and Delicate Constitutions FEMALES: WLLL FIND IN 1100FLANE'S GERMAN BITTERS That wi'l rectors them to their usual health. Such has been the case in thousands; of instances, and fair trial is but required to prove the assertion NOT ALCOHOLIC AND NOT INTENDED AEI A 1 17 AL la The Proprietors have thcusande of letters from the most eniment CLERGYMEN, L AW VERB, PHYSICIANS. and OITIZ RNA, Testifying of their own persposl knowledge, to the Woo: tidal effects and medical virtows of these Bitters. From Bev. J Newton Brown, D. D., Editor of Encyclo pedia of Religions Knowledge. Although not &epos. a co favor or recommend Pat ent Medicines in stoners], throagt 4118VIIiit of their inv.- clients and titillate, 1 yet know of no IMMelent reasons why a man may not korai, to the benefits he believes himself to have received fray any simple preparation, in the hope that he may thus oentriaute to the benefit of others. I do this more readily in regard to alloofland'a Germeo Bitters," prepared by Dr. C. M. Jackson, of this city, because I was prejudiced against them for yearn under the impression that they were chiefly an alcoholic mix ture. lam indebted to ray friend, Robert Shoemaker, Esq., for the removal of this prejudice by proper teat+, and for encouragement to try them when aufferingfrom great and long continued debility. The nee of three bottles of these Bitters, at the beginning of the proneut year, was followed by evident relief and reetoration to a degree of bedi/y and mental vigor which I had net felt for six months before, and had almost despaired of re. gaining. I therefore thank God and my friend for di recting me to the nee of them. J. NEWTON BROWN. PhiTadelphia, lane 28, 1861. KIDNEYS and BLADDER, In Young or Aged, Male or Female, rrrlßlWrrPMlrrr , rl7rrrWriM , • •4pt. These suffering from MABASIII3B, 'wasting away, with scarcely any fish on (heir bones, are cared in a very short time; Luca bottle in mush eases wJJ have a most surprising effect. finvinv suffttrio¢ children u above, and wisieng to raise them, will never regret the day they commenced *Mt these Bitten. LITERARY KEN, - STUDENTS And those working hard with their brain % should way s keep a bottle of 1100FLAND , 3 IITT ARS near them, ee they will find much benefit from its use, to both mind and body, invigorating and not depressing. IT IS NOT A LIQUOR STIMULANT, AND THE FRIENDS OF SOLDIERS. We call the attention of all having relations or friends fri the limy to the fact that c.}IOOIIL&ND 2 6 Berman Bit ten rt wilt cure nine•teutbs uftht diseases induced bi eie posurea and privations incident to camp life. In the lists, published almost daily in the newspapers, on the arrival of the sick, it wi I be noticed that a very large proportion are suffering from debi Icy. Ever y case of that kind can be readr)y cured by Uoolland% German Bitters. We have no laerast-on in stating that if these Bitters were freely Used among our soluiere. hundreds of lists might be saved that otherwise would be lost. The proprietors are daily receiving thankful letters from stiff rem in the army and hospitals, who have been restored to health by the use of these Bitters, seat to them by their fri.mds. BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS! See that the Signature of C. I. Jackson is ou the WRAPPER of each Bottle. PRICE PER BOTTLE 76 CENTS, Should your nearest druyjest not b aye the article, do not be out off by any of the intoxicating preparation," that may be offered in its Aux, but send to ns, ud we will forward, securely packed, by express, • principal Mee lud Manufactory, No. 631 Awn ST. TO. gOet ZI .a. iv , (Euccernsom to O. k. JACKSON & C 0.,) PROPRIETORS. gy-For sale by Druggists and Dealers in every town in he United Mesa may26dir _~ P PRERARED EY PARTICULAR NOTICE. The e Fufferinz From wh .tever canee, emther in MALE OR FEMALE, v_vw zlll 3-00%1 0-11 Niit•A • REMEMBER THAT THESE HITTERS ABB DISEASES OF DELICATE CHILDREN, 11 :iiv-04 `Lb 04 k''Si 4_l And leavee no prosteption Attention, Soldiers ! OR HALF DOZRN for 14 00 lichnbolb's ttuncbicri. THE GREAT 66 AMERICAN REMEDIES," KNOW'S AS "HELM BOLDS" GENUINE PBEPAEATIONS. lIELMBOLD'S EXTRACT DUCHU." lIELMBOLD'S EXTRACT SARSAPARILLA. BELMBOLD'S IMPROVED ROSE WASH. IIELIUBOLD'S GENtIiCE PREPARATION EI/GRLY CONORNT4IATED COMPOUN D FLUID EXTRACT IMO lit A positive and spec'flc Remedy fur tise.uea of the BLADDER, KIDNEYS, GRAVEL AID DEOPSICAL EWE t.LIIcGB This medicine increases the power of Ciacftb n rod ex. albs the absorbents it.to •Lealthy i c which the zrater or calcareous &positions, st,d all unnatural en largements. are reduci.d. as well is pain and intlamtta• thin, and is good for MEN, VI MEN and CHILNIEN. lIELJIBOLD'S EXRRAPT Lurau, For Weakness srismf from Ex - seise., TiAbits of Di as pation, Lary lirEsertliun or Abt.se, atttisied. a 1:11 tlko FOLLOWING tniPTOMS: IndispositTnn to Ex.ttien, Dryness of the Skid, Loss of Memory, J ess of Bolter. Weak Nem it, DAritmity in Bieath ug, Horror of Disease, Trembling, Dimness of Vision, Waln-fulness, Universal Lassitude of the Pain in the lick. ,Mnecular B)steut, Flu-hitg of the Body, tot llands, Eruptions oo the Face, P.llid Countenance. These symptoms, if snowed to go on, which this medi cine invarialb,y rens-Yrs, soon toLow IMPOTENCY, FATUITY, EPILEPTIC FITS, In one of which the p,tient they earire. Whe can tity they are not frequently fo.lowed by those direful dis eao.s3,l INSANITY AND CONSUMPTION? Many are aware of the cause of their suffering, hut none will confess. The nem* (.1 the Jose»e Akylurns, 4111 Pe melancholy deaths by Conenmption, bear amide trammel to the truth of the assertion. THE CONSTITUTION ONCE AFFECTED BY OR- GANIO WEAKNESS, Requires the aid of mealicine to strengthen and invigo rate the spiem,which ILELMBOLD , B EXIRACT EIIOHU inyarialdy (Ices A trial Win CCLITIIIct the lona s'arptical 1=8=:1 FEMALES! FEMALES!! FEMALES!!! OLD OR YOUNG, SINGLE, MARRIED, Oa CONTEM, PLATING BIARRIAGE In many sffecticns pscul;sr to Ffins'es, the Dame Buehu is unequalled by any other r• niedy, as in Chlorosi or Beteution, Irragula-itira, Painful°. aa 7 • r l-.upprearion of Cuaiemary Evacuations, Ulcerated ur Seirrhans data of the Uterus, Leueorrh- a or Whi , es, Eteritity, and for a complaints incident to the sex, w hether arising trom in discretion, Habits of DiEsipation, or in the DECLINE OR CHANGE OF LIF3 BEE SY3IPtOIIB ABOVE NO FAWLY FBOULD Big ulmorT IT =moo Take no Balsam, Mercury or Unpleasant Medicin Unple sant end Dangerous Di, eases. lIELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCRU CURES SECRET DISEASES fn all their stages, at little expense ; little or no chan In diet ; no incor,vebience, AND NO EXPOSURE. It mass In (pieta aspire and girea strength to Drir ate, thereby retnovaig 0 1 ttlnetione, pr.veWing and enrin strictures of the urethra, allaying pain end inflammation so ft.' Tient in this class of diseases. anttexpelhng pm. SONOUS, IMMURED AND WORN-01'T MATTER. Thousands upon thousands who have bean the, VICTIM OF QUACIESA And who have paid HEAVY FEES to be' wed In a short time, have found they were deceived, and that the Pal- ECM " has ha the nse of a Power'ul Aktringente.'ll been dried up in the system, to break opt in an aggravated - form, and PERHAPS AIM MARRIAGX._ USE BELMBOLD'S EXTRACT DUCRII: For ill Affeetlets end Dleeseee of the URINARY Mt GANS. whether exacting in MAGIC OR FEMALE, front whatever CRIM/ o.igi , etmg, end no meter of how long standing. Dieeasee of them organ/ require the aid of • DIURETIC. RELMBOLDI EXTRACT MUM IS THE GREAT DIURETIC, And it is cartain to have the debited effect in allpiseased for which it is recommended. I== BLOOD! BLOOD!! BLOOD !!! HELINBOLD 7 O HIGHLY CONOENTRATEDECOM POUND PLUM EXTRACT &Ms.A.PABILLA. SYPHILIS. This is an affeakion of the Blood, and srfaelliet the semi organs, Linings of the Note, Bars, Throat, Windpipe and other Mucus t4e rfe cern, mating its appeordnd e in the form of Ulcers. HELAIBuLD , P attract bersaisrilla purifies t , e Blood and.r•anovea all Scaly Ikruptior s of the tik.n, giving to the potriphicion a clear aLd het.lthy color. It boon prepared expressly for this claw of ouruplidikle l to Blood•pnrifyang pr pertiee are pres. reed to a greater ez tent tuan any a Cher prepaiat.on or Barsaparilla. I=l RELMBOT.D'S ROSE WASH, An ezcelknt lotion for diseases of a Sylbili•ic nature, and as an injection in &wawa •f the Vrinary Omens aria talc from habits of dissipation, used in connection with the Extracts Bach' mid Sat saparilla. in such diseases as recom mended. Evidence of the moat reapaneibie and reliable character will accompany the meal clam CERTIFICATES OF CURES, From three to to enty years' . standing, with 1181:11E8 known TO SCIENCE AND FAME For medical ropertito of 8IIC1117 ) aecplep -riaitto the Unite - d Stmten. Bee Professor DEWEICIP valuable worksion the Pr tiee of Physic. Bee remarks made by the late celebrated Dr. RHYME $ Bee remarks made by Dr, EPHRAIM M'DOWELL celebrated Physician and Member of the Royal College Surgeons, Ireland, and published in the Traumallona o the King and Queen's Journal. bee Medico Chirargieal Rt.view ' published by BIWA. MIN TRAVERS, Fellow of Royal College of Surgeon. See moat of the late Standout Works on ?dedicate. Extract md. 00 pet bottle., or zit for Its 00 Extract Sarsaparilla...—. P 1 00 per bottle, or six for 110 00 Improved Rose Wash.... .54c. per bottle, or six for 12 50 Or half dozen of each for $l2, which will be anffici , nt to cure the most obstinate cast s, it directions are adhered te, Delivered to any address, seemly packed from obser vation. JJ Describe syroptorns in sll commart'cations. - Carel guaranteed. AdtiSe gratis, —:o:—] AFFIDAVIT. Personally appeared before me, an alderman of the city of Philadelphia, H. T. Helmbo d, who being duly sworn doth say, his preparations contain no narcotic, no mer cury, or other injurious drags, but are Fumy vegetable. H. T. FiELMBOLD. Sworn and subscribed before me, this 23d day of Norm bar, MA, Will. P. lIIBBERD, Alderan, Ninth at., above Pace, Philadelphia. AddreFs letters for information in confidence to H. T. HELMBOLD, Chen:Fiat. Depot, No. 104 South Tenth street, below Chestnut, Philadelphia. I=l=l BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS • AND UNPRINCIPLED HEALERS,' Who endeavor to dispose "OF THEIR OWN" an " other /7 articles on the reputation attained by I'ESIMBOLD , S GENUINE PREPARATIONS, HELMSOLD'S GENUINE EXTRACT BUCRU HIELfd3IOLD 7 I3 GENUINE EXTRACT SARSAPARILLA FIELDBOL CPS 'GENUINE IMPROVED ROSE WASII. Said b, all Crush& everywhere. ASK FOR HELMEOLDI—TAKE NO OTHER Cut out the advertisement and send for it, and avoid +“%.