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Tna DAILY rafklaUT £N VIM may be had at
Joelea Book Store, earner of Third and Market
Aram ta too News Away of George L. Waiter.
i n Market sweet. ow Fifth.
Tgs fitsara.— Under the change of schedule on
the different railroads, the time of closing the mails
at the lisssisearg Post Ogles, A p ril 20, 1863,
rassasa =MA& SAILWAT.
NOl2ll.—Wav —For all places betlieen Dar
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Pot Look Hansa, Williamsport old bewilibur9 at 9
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air Masa.—ree an "keen. Women Carrie
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Par Sew farts pbls and Leiwastse, at 9.60
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VW; Pert Hanover, ono and Jonestown, on Monday,
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Mae Wm" sag Leolslorry, on Satwolar, at 12.30
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Tin tO 16313.. wolfram 3.00 to 4.00 P an
DamonAr„ Cana Maariaes.—The Democratic;
Mahe of the rerpretiva wards ba this city will
meet 'weekly as follows, viz:
Fifet — Ward—On gatarday evenings.
*mond Ward—On Monday "
- 1 1hird Ward—On Tuesday "
Fmk* Ward—On Wednesday "
INfth Ward—On Thursday " •
lilatb Ward—On Friday
sr order of the City Biondi*. Committee.
esiN F.Wsaun, See'y.
Fyn Dzken.—Aboat eight e'elook last even
b& George W. Boyd, Bsg-,an old anfirespectable
citizen of this place, fell deed near his residence
in Front street. He was standing en the river
banl4 engaged in conversation with Judge Ham
mel, when be fell. His death was instantaneous,
and probably resulted from disease of the heart.
Mr. Boyd was about seventy years of age.
'MIAMI following is a list
of the persons nominated at the odious ward
mectimge on Saturday evening, to be voted for on
Saturday next as delegates to the county conven
tion, 'shish meets one week from today. We
woad request our friends to supply any deficien
cies in the list, as we may have failed to make it
Pint Wes—Joseph Hogentogler, John Hoop
ley, Geo. P. Weaver, Daniel Hooker, Peter Sidle,
Peter Stucker, J. B. Stewart, W. J. Bergstrasser,
A. I: Wickert.
Second Ward—Jobs W. Brown, C F. Coates, B.
L. Foster, Daniel Wagner, J. H. Zeigler, James
Raymond, Dr. Pantraon,Charles Roumfort.
Third Ward—George Bailey. William R. Ver
bake, William Boingardner, R. H. Adams.
FOullb Ward—L. Barnbard, H. B. Wood, Geo.
Erielibitum, William Umberger.
Fifth Ward—William Maloney, Thomas J. Osier,
Louis Taney, Hiram Neaffer. Joseph Bowman.
Birth Ward—George Bee, Jacob Barnhart,
(beige Diner, Patrick Wifetf.
WARD Dammam Zutcrious.—The Democratic
Ward meetings for the election of delegates to
the - Cirauty Convention on the BTh blot., will be
hsi is each ward of the city of lierrleburg, at
7.1 o'clock on Saturday evening next, September
sth, at the following places, viz :
First Ward—At the public' house of L. Koenig,
Pintos street. _
Second Ward—At the public house of Daniel
Wagner. Beeond street.
Third Ward—At the Franklin Hones, Walnut
POrth Word—At the public house of P. 8.
Ryas, State street.
Fifth Ward—At the publie house of the Widow
Ruth Ward—At the publio house of John !Hom
ier. Bldg, road.
By imaer of the Ward Executive Committees.
Geo. F. Weaver, Chairman First ward.
C. Seller, Chairman Sawmd ward.
teen. batioy. Chairmen Third ward.
L. Bombard, Chairman Fourth ward.
Joseph Bowman, Chairman Fifth ward.
C. A. Wilhelm, Chairman Sixth ward.
Harrisburg, lieptember let, 1a64,
Feet ran Wonsan, a 9 Gernrsanats.—An appeal
hem Mrs. A. M. Holstein, Matron-in-Chief of the
Hospitals near Gettysburg, a few days since, was
malts to e
ti? , e. itiatme of HeretoSorg, through our
miltuans, in behalf of the wounded soldiers in Choate
hospitals. She says that there are now twenty-two
hundred sufferers there, who would be glad to get
aluseat anything that oonld be sent; that "while
government eupplies the meal field and hospital
netieisiries, all additional comforts and delicacies
must come from friends." The articles most
seeded are cotton and woolen shine, colored over
ail, dried fruits, pickles, preserved or canned
stimulante, white sugar, butter and eggs.
Coidriberions will be received to-day, from 9 until
12 thine& a in., at the bo,pital storeroom on Wel.
ant street. near Fourth, by the Ladies' Relief So
*MY. lied forwarded Immediately.. It is hoped
sad believed that this appeal will meet with a
generous response at the hands of this enrotounity.
Let every friend of his country give liberally of
Ma substance to her wounded defenders, and eo
ill elienieseore of patriotism. Of such bounty it
is written, "There is that scattered', and yet in
int j aT TIEET Mgatt. — ltany readmit of the Philo—
legible Ledger have for months been puzzled to
know the meaning of certain queer marks—orosses.
tanionds, circles, books and eyes, &a —whir*
appear - seeittered through the lambi and editorials
of that paper. In behalf of a soffnleg and inquisi
tive public. we have propounded the 'epistolen ae
to the signlieation of these marks direct to the
Ledger, but it answered never a word. The Len..
easter Brpreas, however, thinks it has mastered
blero k lyphies, and deciphers their meaning i n
Ibis way *These marks are for the Information
elf thirproprieiore of the paint ie to Who Write the
'reagemive articles, and as a - safeguard against
Nbtir 'Bob mark represents a partiMilar writer.
. 80 when the pubtisbers reed the paper they
without asking, whb 'wrote this or that
article.:;Zr is an iheimistis "modification of the
Tess c h -87aeam, which requites each writer to fur- .
Mob his tail name to toob 'editorial be furnishes"
The only thing which Operetta; agairei the Expreae
tam& eolittima lithe LIM that two different marks
sometimes wear in divisible paragraph. If ie not
probable that any one - pabigrapli would be dirt-
Aga between two writers. however, we mast SC
the present a:pleat/thin in the absence of a
Games rests,Sosess Lox -Our eisders n are
aware that io meting the We draft efty per coot.
above the quota was drawn, to meet contingencies.
In some districts a large portion of , this fifty per
Cent. is not called for, and is therefore exempt. One
of oar Pittsburg eseintogee says that three of the
wards of-that City hese been gone over, and from
the returns it appears that there are quite a num
ber of those drafted exempt, because of the quota
-having been filled before their names were reached.
These exempt. iris) Paid $3OO will, it is said, have
their money refunded on application ; but with
those who furnished substitutes it is different, and
quite an interesting process has to be gone through
before the coneoript realises his-investment.
The board ' , it appears, will not or cannot refund
the money paid for substitutes, but it allows the
exempt to sell his substitute to another, andagrees
to receive him in
_lieu of the party buying him.
Theway the thing is done then is this: The ex
inapt goes to a substitute broker, and finding a
market for his min, sells him at the highest figure
he can get. The broker disposes of him to the
!lest otrueetipt *be offers, and upon the facts being
made known to the boatd, the aforesaid substitute,
who may be dead, among the missing, or in camp
on the Rappabannook, is translated to the credit
of the conscript, Who receives, a release from
further liability fur the time for which he wse
Two hundred and seventy-five dollars is the
highest figure paid by any broker for substitutes
of this Slams. Those who paid that mush for sub.
statutes make nothing by the transfer; but there
are some, however, who some ded. in getting sub
otitutes at sin to $2011; and as they reeeive tnk
they wake a handsome thing out of tho transac
The fairest way, says the ffdbroniolo," would bo
to pay the conscript what he paid for the substi
tute, provided the sum did not exceed MO. This
would save the exempts from the shave they bare
to stand under the present arrangement, whilst'
looks as though it bad been made for the special
benefit of the substitute brokers, and the govern
ment would save money in the matter in the end.
An order of this kind will donbtles be made, but,
like all tifoneral Fres orders, too late to be of any
IILECTION OF DELEGATES TO Tall DEMOCRATIC
Ootret? Convitarpa.—The Democratic Totem in
the several wards of the city of Harrisburg will
meet at their respective ward houses, on Saturday
evening next, Sept. Szt,for the purpose of electing
from among the candidatee placed in nomination
on Saturday last, two delegates for each ward, to
represent them in the C.iunty Convention to be
held at the Court House in this city, at 2 o'clock
p. m. t on Tuesday next, the Bth lust,-
By order of the City Eremitic° Committee.
Gro F. WEAVER, Sec'y.
Harrisburg, Sept. 1, 1863.
N. B. Sea. 1 P. 2. of the "Rules and Revile
done for the Government of the Demotratic Party
of the City of Harrisburg," mAltes it tbe duty of
the Ward Executive Committals "to appoint the
Judges and Inspectors of all Democratic ward
Par. 4 requires "ail elections for ward delegates
to be made by ballot."
Par. 5 "All ward meetings shall be opened pre
cisely at 74 o'otools p. m , and immediately after
the organization and reading of the rules (as per
Par. 3) to proosed to election. The polls in all
oases shall be kept open two hours, unless after a
/apse of fifteen minutes, wheleiu no vote has been
out, when they may be closed by a vote of the
meeting, and provided : that, at the expiration of
the two hours aforesaid, the polls shall not be
closed, if there are votes on the ground for accep
B_ 4 To citizen shall be permitted to vote at
the Democratic ward meetings. unless such citizen
shall satisfy the Judge and Inspectors that he is
a Democrat and a resident of the ward in which
he tenders his vote."
Durraassisu Coss.—A young girl named Maria
Ann Somers was found in a St on the steps of the
State Capitol Bank last evening, and brought to
Alderman• Kline's offute. where the was seized with
over forty paroxysms in succession. The suffer
ings of the poor creature, as she writhed in agony,
were the most distressing of the kind we ever be
held. We cannot say what disposition was made
of her, as we came away while the fits wore still
The parents of this 'girl, who is about. twenty
two years of age, Rood looking and strongly built,
are residents of Deovillo, bet father being a miner•
She states that about six weeks ago she lived with
Brume Jones, of thie city. After leaving there,
she became acquainted with a soldier named Henry
Davis, of Starke county, Ohio, and was married to
bim by Alderman Kline on last Saturday evening.
Officer Campbell thrums us that be found her on
the Thursday evening previous at the corner of
Fourth add Walnut sweats, and that upon being
taken into a house near by, ebe underwent forty
eight distinct epiliptio Paroxysms. She will pro
bably be taken to the poor house.
We learn that, after recovering from the attack,
the girl was committed to prison as a vagrant, OD
complaint of officer Campbell, but that Prison
Keeper Simmons . arbitrarily refused to receive her.
Hamsniry as well as lasi would have dictated a
d.ff,rent oattrea of cation.
Tae $3OO Common a —Opinions differ very
widely twingeing the effect of the payment of the
$3OO commutation by a drafted meth The follow
ing letter from Hon. ThNd. Etevens, who bad a
large share in framiog the bill, and who was Chair
man of the Ways lad Means Committee at the
time of its passage, sets forth the law of the ease
in a light so clear that we cannot see why there
should be MS/ diff.rones Of opinion upon the sub
ject. The minclusion which be arrives at, says the
Lneaster Express, is got only law, but common
sense—and lame aught certainly to be construed
in accordance with common sense. The letter ie
addressed to Earned Reilly, Esq., and is as fol
LANcAsTes, August 27, 1863.
Dear Sire fa answer to your inquiry, my own
ion II that too payment of the $2OO commurati-n
and the torment-a of a Malutitoie hive premerly
the same &toot. Water of them frees the draf od
man from further draft for three years. He is in
effect in sonic-. either by himsolf or another. The
payment of $3OO mattes the government his agent
to Omura a substtinm,. The government has con
sented to act as Stiob agent., The law sa ys no ma y
"on or before the day flied for his appearance
furotsh SO ti6oPp.oikle kebidoute, or pay such sum
not eaneeding $3OO for the procuration of such
substitute, and tnereupnn the p-tolion furnishing the
Babbitt ote, or paying the stoney, shall be discharged
from furiber-ii.olisty uuner that draft." No one
do m i no d us t- larnishing a substitute excuses for
three years, TID give a d &root awn, to the pay
ment of the ooanunuaduo seams to me little WO
than abeu,dit‘: I/ is a very mischievous miscon
struction, which, if weed be, I have no doubt Con
gress wilt emu° , PADDRUB STRVILNEI.
A Iktisraxa.—Last areoing's Telegraph was in
error in stating that Thomas Reality, a boy from
Allegheny. was &maimed before the magistrate
yooterday on a ati argo o f jotaltennesei We are
intimated by office :Emig, who made the arrest,
that be found young Ramsey sleeping on a benob
in front of a groosry on Market street, but that be
was not drubk. liesespesred to be exbiusted and
fatigued, and was taken to the lock-lip to ensure
bis gtestettafettelli eamfort,
Ti. TIMMS?' PanNISTLYMIIa IDAINITATe-M •
20,h Pennsylvania cavalry, Cal. Wynkonn, le /iv
toned Moog the Baltimore and Ohio railroad, and
at several points south ef it. It has bad several
successful skirmishes with Moseby's cavalry, and
hail taken numerous prisoners. ,Col. W3+olloool
hoatiquerters are at St. John's Run,lllorgao county,
West Virginia. where he bears from each detach
ment daily. The 20th is a six-months' regiment,
and was mustered into the Department ef the Sus
quehanna, but hat since been transferred to south
nt the Potomac. The City Troop, Cap!. Val. B.
Hummel, recruited in this city and vicinity, forms
part of this regiment.
Pennsylvania Mitts and Reuniting Claims,
United States pension, bounty, arrears of pay and
sobsiatenee shims, AG., so., La, made out and col-
leeted by 'WORM SNYDER,
Attorney at Law, adios, Third meet, Harriebors,
Ps. ' oet2B-1,
Nair PALL Goons.—We have now received and
are opening a beautiful assortment of new style
dress goods and other good..
Splendid assortment of new dahlias&
All eoloneof plain alpacas.
New style of plaid dress geode.
Fine black bombazines. •
Black and colored paramattas.,
5 pieces of black silks.
50 pieces of bleaebed and unbleached muslins.
10-4 heavy linen for sheeting.
5 4 heavy lino for pillow eases.
74 grey lion damask for, table over&
White linen table covers and napkins.
Black alpacas, all qualities,
White 'linen and hemstiohed polo' bandker
10 dos. Balmoral skirts, from $2 50 up..
Lirge atwortment of hoop rkirtw.
Hoop skirts at 75 cents, $1 00, $1 50, and all
.lArnire cambric maxillas and jactonnetto, nanbookr,
Irish linen. Swiss muslinr, and a great many other
new 'goods. s. Lull's%
NTLEMAN, cured of Nervous
bebility,Treompeteney,P emature Decay and Youthful
Brier, actuated by a desire to bet: et( othe: e, will be
happy to furnish to all who need it (free of champ) the
reoird and d'reetione for making the siorle Remedy
used lc bin ease. Thom wishing to profit by his expo.
Hence—and possess a valuable Remedy—will receive
the same, by return mail, (carefully sealed,) by ad-
dressing: • JOHN B. OODBN.
Aug 14-Bmd.kw No. 60. NEJelliII street, N. Y.
THE GREATEST DISCOVERY OF
THE AG& Pszmers, families and others can purchase
no remedy equal to Dr. Tobias' Venetian Liniment, for
dysentery, colic, map. chronic rheumatism, sore
throats, toothaohe t sea nickname, outs, burins swellioo
b niece. old sores, headache, munquito bitim pains in
the limbs, cheat, back, &a. It it does not sive relic
the money will be refunded. All that is linked is atrial,
and use it according to the directions.
TOBIAB Dear Mir; I have used your
Liniment in rr y family for a number of yearn; and be
lieve it to the best article for what it is recommended
that I have ever used. Formudden attack of croup it is
'LITMUS ae. I have no Leeits-ion in recommending it
for all the uses it professes to cure. I have mad It for
many years, anc it gives entire sat aftetion.
CHAS. H. THINNER.
QUAKERTOWN, N. 8., MAy 8, 1888.
Bold by 3/1 Druggists. Otfice,lsl3 Oortlandt street,
jyst donrim Now York.
17M .' 71MMUM
By ordering elslomel and destructive miners s front the
supply tables, hoe conferred a bless rig on our sick sol
diers. Let aim not step here. Let him order the die.
continuance of - , Biceding, 3, and the Übe of bRAND-
RliTli'B PiLLe in the place thereof. Then will
commerce a ""new era" in the rewire of ifedicine.
which would then bee le e emphatically
THE lISA.LINo At.T
I hems for thirty i VOA t .11(ght that 216 diRPI4IIB4
Uon could be cured by mercury or tartar emetic That
the human body could only be "made whole" by "veg
otalble food”—Animal fool being, to foot, I:widowed
vegetables. BRABDIVETIIII PILUI should be In
every Military Morphia. These Pille core BMOCS
DTARRUCICk ORRONIU MURMUR ~ ORdONLO
DYBOTTARY, and all fevers and iffeetions of tin
Bowels, sooner and mite family than any medicine in
the world. BSA•' /6ILTEI , B PILLS in these' eases
ebould be taken n ii •
and get nftw etyte
CASE 01 ~CPCOII R. WATSON.
Dr. B Flrandrosk, N..te York:
Sic: I was a private in Co. ff,l7th Regiment, New
York Vole. Whit, at nerrilieh 9 A Lenaleg and en the
Rappahannock near Falmouth,/ and many of the Com.•
pony were siek with bilious &Rama. The Army Sur
geon did not mire us, and I was reduced to akin mid
tag, &mpg the Company were q lite a number of
members who had w mite& in year Laboratory et Ring
Sing. They pero not nick, because they need Brand
retbls Pill!. These men prevailed upon niv and others
to use the Pills, and we were all eared in from two to
Ave dnye After tide ear boys wed lirandretb4 Palls
for the typhus fever, cold., rheumatism, sod An no ease
did 'bee' fail to relator• health•
Out of griiiitode y , u tor my geed bealtb, I rend
you ilia r, which. If restessary, the skarn:, Com•
party would sign.
an 3, roorietrally, rump,
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Per to tiarnsearg ey eito. 11. BELL.
CRISTADORO'S HAIR DYE
There 4 no Flair D,se in use so pare, PO free from all
objectionable properilea, that produces scab P lendid
and pormanent tint% or that operates so quickly, uni
formly, sad certainly, al
CRNTADOROR EXCELSIOR IMIR DYE
Tide matChless article is pr , noune. d, by all who hsve
ever applied it, or seen it simile; the o opt wonderful
Invention of ihe sips Teo minutes soilless , er an•
shade of brown or the deepest black It Moves the
skin undid oed ,
liauctfAcinred by 3. ORTBTADORO, 6 Astor HMO,
New York. &)id everywhere, and applied by all nab
Dressers. Price U. =1 50 and $8 per box, according to
Cristadoro's Hair Preee . rvative
IS to with him bye, se it tteparto the eteleet
flottnees, the molt beautiful glove and greet vitality to
the H air.
Price 50 emits, $1 and s 2 per bottle, soeordiag to else
BMW. MP PA7IIIOI A4ll Ilium:
Dem . :—With your pormiasion I wish to sty to the
read re of your paper that i will send by return mail to
all who with it, (free,) a Recipe, with fait directions
for making and using &Minnie VegetwielFlaim,.that will
effeetueny remote, iu 10 41,.ye, eicaples. Blotches, Tan,
Freckle., and 4 1 Impurities of the Bloc, tearing the
game soft, cle..r, cm oth and beantl'nl. •
I will also r. all free to three baying Raid Heade or
Bare !sees, atropin directorm end infoneatioe that will
enable them to ..tart a full growth of Luxuriant Hair.
Whiakete, or , a Moo- ta,ba, in lee- than So days All
applicatiocut answered by return mail without, abante-
THU& IP uHAPAIAN. Chmuiet .
je2B Bmr: No 831 nroadway, blew Yotk.
A Friend in Need Try it.
Dit 8 weisT 9 S iNPa•LLIRLw bT I9 IIIIIt,RT I. gm!•
pared from . the recipe of Dr . 8 epheu SWert, of C7onnee
ticket. the. greet bone setter, and has ben new in hie
preemie for the last twenty years with the mood metes
ishinu success e ao rue , nal remedy It is 'without a
riv-1, sari will alleviate pale are apeodilyi than airy
other preparation For all Rheumatic sod ferricill
Disorders it is truly infallible, and as a putative fel
liores,tr amide. Amiss: Bruises, Re- its snot hi
Inc end powerful strengthening PrePertivel 'lOl, the.
inn . ' Wender and astonbihrnent of all who .ever
given it a tr!el Oyer four huodnd eertifiratee of
Inarboble .snres,, perrormed by it within the last two
'peter% iitten this tact
isoorning. Read direetiona
Dr. Branon e a-Coneentrtited" RFmtdtee
No. 1. ?Mt (TREAT *WV Rh speedily eradicates
all the evil elreee of fillidT 4 llll7 ll ll6lal t!IP , nf Meu"."7l
Shunned; of treathlf ' pitstion fifths Hear!,
bintnessaf Vielon, - ,: se any crisetitotiotturde "nem
of the sys•ent, bidden on by the unrestrained ivdal
genes o the pas•ions. dote alike on either sex. Brice
No, THE SALM will Mira, in from two to elpht
days. ant eaße or GON NOW NH Of h. is without taste or
smell, and requires no restriction of action or oast. !or
either sex Pries One Dollar.
No, $. The TIRES w.ll cure in the shortest possible
time any ease of GL BIT, even after all other remedies
have failed to Mine. the desired effort. No Wt.
rrioe One Dollar. •
No. 4. THS PIINITSR is the only Remedy that will
really cure Strictures of the tire bra. No waterer how
long standing or neglected tne case may be. Price true
No 6 THIBOWTOR will cure any ewe of Gasvillis
loormaa ew lY end IBPOOOII y remove oil agleam, or the
Bladder mid Blazers. Pada. Oes
Nu. i POR PaitTfOrL ARS 8S LIBOULAB
ho T. THE AMARTN mid care the Whites 'radically
and in a much shorter time than they can be removed
by w► other treatment. In tact, is tbe only remedy
that will really adtrest this disorder. Pleases' to tats.
pries One now • •
No ll_ TN' ORTINTAL PAPTTLW APO metals, safe
and speedy loprodusiog SINNoTANA.TION, oreorr..et
leg any Inregalaritios.of tue tnontldy period.. Prior
No. 9, POR PARTIOIMAIIII BIN (Awns&
Either remedy mot free by mail ou receipt of the
Pric e ecce e e4 * 4 9 91)1004 pottage stamp and gas chat•
Miami DPpot North-Nast cornov or Tort at sod
Oallowbilt stra•et. Private atlas, 40L Toro . ,
For male in liarriaburg by Cl. A. Bannvaie and Loofa
WTarß. where circulars eoutening valuable informa
tion, with fail desosiptione of e.on ease, will be deli,-
ey.d gratin oraapplleotien. Ad .resi
bet. F gt.IX BRITNON,
Jalr 1898.1 t P.' cr. Box 99, Philadelphia,
IMPORTANT TO FEMALE!.
DR. CHEESEISIAIIPS PILLS.
pie combination of ingredients in theme Pills ars the
result of a long and extensive practice Thee are mild
lot =heir operation, and certain in correating all imam
lAA /Um, painful menstruation, removingail obstructions
whether from cold or other-mime, headache, led le the
aide, pe4pitetiou of the heart, whites, all nesiteseaneo
dons, hysterics, fatigue, pain in th bath amain*
to., disturbed sleep, 7140 orb* frau interrupt! of
DR- Milo MAN IS PALE,
was the sommeneemes a seer • nee teillEISI of
those irregularities and ebstrourtt saw low am
s i g ned se many to a grams= no A tEllielsean
enjoy good health unless shale regular, sad whenever=
obstruction takes place the general health begins to de
DR. CURBSEMANIS PILLS
are the most effeebud remedy ever known for all com
plaints peculiar to Femaies. To all asses they are
invaluable, *educing, "aria certainty, periodical regular
ity. They are knows to thatimads,whe Uwe smiths=
at different periods, throughout the country, havingthe
sanction of some of the most eminent Physicians in
Exp/itit directions, stating when they shotad net be
steed, with mob Box—the Price One Daisy riff Box,
containing from 00 to 00 rills,
Pills sent by Mod, promptly, by remitting to the
Agents. Sold by Druggists generally.
R. B. HUTCHINGS, Proprietor,
• 20 Cedar street, New York.
Deli la Sarrbiblirg, by 0. A. Ilaziavart.
• htethaniceburg, by J. 8. Dellett.
" Carlisle bY 8. Anion
" Shippensbarg, by D. W Raskin.
" Ohambersburg, by Miller & Hershey.
Hummehitown, by George Wolf.
" Lebanon, by Hearne Hoes. dealkikatly
Don't fail to procure Mrs. WINSI.OW'S SOOTRINO
SYRUP for CHILDIUMI TEE'rBING. This val ble
preparation Is the presnciption of envoi' the beet fensalO
physi clans and nurses in the United States. and has been
used for thirty years with never failing saety and sus
nese by millions of mothers and children, from the fee
ble infant of one week old to the edu t.
It not only relieves the ishild from pain, but invigo
rates the stomach and bowels, corrects acidity, an
gives tone and energy to the whole system. It will al
most instantly relieve
GRIPING 111 THS BOWELS AND WIND . COLIC.
We believe it the beet and surest remedy in the world
.Izi ail cases of DYSENTERY AND DIARIkIIGIA IN
OffiLDREN, whether it arises from teething or from
any other cause.'
airections for using will accompany each bottle.
None genuine unless thpfac mantic ofOIIRTIS & PEE
HMS, New York Mon the outside wrapper.
sold by ail Medicine Dealers.
Principal Moo, 4$ Day street, NenfYork.
Prioe only 2b cents per bottle.
ray234lkweas • .
STATE FAI it
THE ELEVENTH ANNUAL,
PENN'A STATE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY,
WILL BE HE
• LD AT
NORRISTOWN, MODTGOMIERY CO., PA.,
September Mb and SOlb and October Ist and
Norristown Is about 1T miles west of Philadelphia, on
the Seheylk. , ll river, and is aeeeesible by railway to
every portion Or the State. •
The Granata moo beantienliv situstell., containing 23
acres o• •groandwitk -flue 1 rge buildings thereon °rew
ttd. together with leeie rmouut of ebeddi- The
Dank in said to•lw;
. rroo . -4 the hoot Milt mile trash, the State. '9l. 'piemitt•re are the heaviest, ever offered
by the society. sweetens* to about s7ooo' The pre
miums for all grajee or cattle ,eseeed $ 000, five of
whi-h are SLO ,each. NI from $1 to $l5. others rnening
down to leto,r4 room_ near he.d not lee , than 15 head,
first poemium s4n ; nertond premium. $2&.
Gorses for oil grades the otemittme exneed $lB5O.
The highest $100; 1. beter-en $ 0 and $lO, and oth re
ranting rrom $l6 $lO se" $5 For ...beep and Swine the
premiums sage fro' $lO to $5 end $5
Fo r Poultry sto r e Is a lot g Wit of premiums from $2
-to $1 each. In the •ot lowing eissa.s moot liher.l pre
ia nuts effete Ploughs, linitieatina, Drills , W.
gone, Reaping a Mow mg M-,ch nem. Critters. !Urn
Sh Mere, Cider: M He, Paints Buckets, Tin Ware,
Lather and ite Mamsfacto es, Gas Fleur. Marble
Mantle., Butter, Flo r, Grain and Reeds, Vegetables;
and a1..0 for Dome tic a-di Ho arhold Mauntactores,
'netts, Garret., SAtin,+. R. trti Resenting • Marmots,
11 ennuis. l' nit Gmuls. Widlo Work, itc.
Bread. °ekes. Prmeerves. c
Large premiums ae • Bored tor every strietyor Fruit
and Pi were Th F'oriti Tent ait be the large t ever
'erected by th..Poci• form one will for one of the mOtt
sittraetiee testurret the Pahl.. tion Fruit, Grapes
eari Wine witho • it tilted to nee depvrtnitnt
The P4lihn , i V -i•bl Rail. cad al .d 11161.) ionwa Rsitiond
base arranged 0 car • artie es .or exhiliPt..o to •.nd
from the PX , ihi , rott frole IA ',rte. reqte , rng the forwtrd
log freight to be paid. whin% wtl , be rip ,A .gstpp..g
when goods are returned 0 the a "'Linn wh•nce shipped.
It in hoped to effect the mune with other important
rotes . •
Beenvaisne et .es tstm.d. eats* will be win on el the
'one, can ben ado at the, • to Worrititown, after
the 4 th day 1 art cies must en es
te ed on the 'oohs no ..r betore Tn. day evening-Sep
tember 29•11 r=h P must b come members.
Peul'ersb to 81 00, eft. , finur Coup.n T.•ke's e•ob, one
of whi.h WI II od-ot.'ono surges teLth Fate once
SINGuE ADMISSION 23 CENTS.
cri— 4 144 r. 11" Pre lama and Brothtlooifiran be had
by kOdresaing the filearettr -
TB 51 AA P. 11rNOX, President•
A Baowsa Losoeask See .tarry
Morristown, Pa ) • au=
0 0 P FO 5 / GELAT E.--The besi
....I article in film nntrlrezt, 'neat rp , lßived slid for sate
tr• - •• ne , Tr
onoNB.--Quite a variety of useli3l
k N. and entertaining artielos—oheap—at
tiZOLDIEWF VAMP Of )MPANION.—
..3 A very convenient Writing Deng also, Portfolios
deoiorandnin Reeks. Portraoolllll3oll,
NARY —Tim fall seinen of tai Institution will
corn-bones on - .. dived. ) , e. i , t ethlwr
Aug 18 dtd a a DTX IN, Princip.l.
rXEMPTIO 8 FROM - THE DRAFT.
Persons has mg Ups.' claims toox rion from the
draft oan Rat: tbrir roes p up ...d d p 4 , -ee.tAd tt• kb-
Board or appl ,, &ton t. g g 'NI OUSON. Attorney-i+-
Law, Second street. °ppm; tF Buebltr goose • gk.
with Ww U Ntq. Aug 27-tr.
Suaumnso."—LOO eilook. *mortal , Pun 7 '
, eived and for..ualit. iikati t gate /up/ retail.
4•A Pnea k no
M AO It BEL!
MACKNII.V_IL, NOB. I, 2 Imo Z. In riled peAlkitget—
niw. aDd mak littickei g ipr Iperrujoid. Just re eeived, sun
Cyr. Ixelv low by Ina. DOCK Jr. a & 00.
DmTEAs , " IlittkENA.
Was Mr only "Preparation fOr food from b
That received a medal and honorable mentteq frosolhe
korai t.ommissinmere, the eownetition of all pramin4nt
manufacturers 4f !Horn Starch' and 4 -Prepared 'Cora
Monet of ala .
s and Other countries notwithstanding.
The food and hrzery of the lee. without a phi& fault.
One trial. will deavince. the; most—akeptieri. Melte,
Pudd'alPli CakentlawitPrde , ihe.,.withput
isleglasa .welch otaa aggi_ at a tied iistoolehinistlip
.A i light Witten to oriloilry wiled
Flour greatly improves"lt is iilkier
oelirnt for tbickeolbg sweet mum. gravies for Sub and
meat snap, die. Feriae Orem nothing can compare
with it A little boiled in milk will produce rich
cream for coffee, chossilite; tee, '
Put up in one pound rammipss, tralifiliark
Maisano, with direotiore for lump
A most sulk:done article .of food for children sad in
visible of all ages. For isle by Greeeis and Druggiete
Whelessle_nepot, 186 Fulton street.
Aug 15 dem
El A. M !I !
20,000,1b5. Composed of the following Brands
just reeeived :
EVANS A SWlFT'S—Superior.
MICRINEWS ESCSLBIOR—Not omayamod.
IRON CITY—Not canvassed.
PLAIN HAMR—Striotly prime.
ORDINARY HAMB—Very good. -
'Er Every Rasa sold will be ge ar iuiteed as represen
ted. WM. DOCK, jr., & CO.
S ECRET DLSEAFES
Tie MOST 011kTAIN RINIDY Even Uun:
Yes. a Panties Cure!
BALSAM COPAVIA 4. MERCURY - DISCARDED.
Only ten Pills to be taken to eirelit a owe,
They &re entirely vegetable, having no 'doll nor any
unpleasant taste, and will =et, in any way, injure the
stomach or bowels of the most delicate.
Cures in from two to four days. and recent eases is
No exposure, no erosible, no change whatever.,
Price wile packages, $2; Female, U. Bold by '
D. W. GROOS & 00.
Bent by mail by DESMOND & 00., Box 161 Phila. P
B""'L 0D 1
00H110ME THE VITAL FLO ID,
TE O HAWN A DEPRAVED
SCROFULA, ULCERS, SORES,, SPOTS, ?ET
TER& SCALVS, BOILS, SYPHILIS OR VENE
REAL DISEASES, ETC
ROPOT AND SERB JUICE S
Is offered to the public as a positive cure. Basishes all
impurities of the blood and brings the system to a
healthy action, cure those Spots, Totters, Scales and
Copper Colored Patches.
SYPHILIS OR VENEREAL DISEASES.
The Samaritan's Boot and Herb Juices is the most
certain remedy ever prescribed. It removes every par
ticle of the poison.
In many affections with which numbers of fetuslss
suffer, the nOOT &Nu HEAD alumni is most happily
adopted; in trleersteil Uterus, in Whites, in bearing
down, Palling of the Womb, Debility, and for all cow
plaints incident to the sex.
DO NOT DESPAIR.
Seep out of hospitals. Here is • cure in any ease foi
$ll. Price $1 per bottle, or mix for $6, with fall (Urea
Lions. Sold by D. W. GROSS & 00.
sent by hipreae carefullypae)ed br
DBISMOND & 00,
jan6-1y Box Phila. P.O
THS BEST FAMILY SEWING
WHEELER & WILSON'S.
NET OFFICE, Market•dquare. lota to Colder's
fa" Clan and see them in °potation. •
♦ genera. assortment .of .maehinery: and needles eon.
'tautly on Us&
MISS MARGARET matt
Will exhibit and sell them, and also •do an'ttiadsi
maehlue sewing on theme reeebinee ie the beet manner.
The patronage of the publio le resseotitily solicited,
I)ROPOSALB ]'OR S'i ON it BRIDGE.
I Proposals will •ba , received at , the;.oity Council'
Chamb.r till 7 o'clock p. in., September 6 for erect
ing is atone bridge over Pa/0 4 M 'Resit; at Paxton ottreet,
in this. city, according to • plum :ant spe,dfloationl ow:
file in the Council .ehamber. , Proposals will statathe
price with brick drohos and also with hewn ktonearobes;
We', novelly the time of commencement aud completion
of the mark. • •
. . . . .
Pricer win !Awn', what .ther will allow for the
matelishi on tse ground. They will Woo he required
to inradiah all the mate ial necessary to do the .sork.•
The Council will reserv- the right to 'eject all bids
that they believe wisi not 14 to the ner, e ta g e e r th e
city, or that 'hey may believe we exorbitant
Pr , uspealo tobo endorsee .-Preposala for. b. ~ and
dir-eted to Hickok,
J UA ICHLEN t
Sweet Committee Ist diatdet. Astgli-Stawtd
- -7 —•
YOTTVILLE GLASS WORKS,
PHILA.° EL PH/A.
POETBEw MINNBAL Wtaßlt, PIOZIaI AND
I . ll.ESEfi'vE sorri, Ha
OF 111"111111/ DOSOAIPPIOIII. •
B. B. & O. W. BENNBEiS
oel9-dly 27 Borah Front genet. Philadelphia
DIONIC.—The M chanits' Association
of Ilarrieburg gm. it
PICNIC AT COLD SPRINGS,
ON SATURDAY NEX r, AUGUST 29rb.
Care will leave the Perot of gip tebanc•si Valley
rail-ord. fur be apriv ic e, t) -Polo*
A die.dle levitation is eztooded to dl Mechanics sad
8, sos Bard sterompiuy the - panere on.
Pr- c - of ticket., for the round trip la cents, to be had
at the Dooot.
wITTS • :— Thos. Anderson, AVehael Runk, Rang
fips)d, Abram Stows John rats, it.nhrattn Hershey
)14- AD AKE HO IS I T .111
Wilt rive informetion in all the affairs rf life absent
friends, eiokness ai.d teeth, one in reevieet to al other
1110'kt:to. Bhe yam by roaaalt. dat at. hwara of th. day
OINTLEMEN 50 CENTS, ZANIES 215 exi TS.
lIRSIDENrF: IN MIL REARV ST.,
North hide, second Door front River Alley.
Aug 22] 111 0 . 2 tie •
KA.LTII, MON NY t HAPPINIIIBB t
&t, this season of year, when so mann sloWneen prevails,
every ens should provide himself with Dit. RUM
?HUMS SOM4MOPATIIIe 111101[(1111118.,.and prevent
Unease in its beginning.
A fresh sunray siwaye on hand at •
now wwwwitlit nougArross,
I) 13 T. BABBITT Coneentnitelb Con
' .danced. , •r Polweria.d Port BuSD. • • thens galena
of handsome white .oft soap made in Ore minnteit. No
gramme , reivired.
DisveriONS!---Tisooloe one pound of the Amp in one
gallon hold it wak , r, they o'4l vilona worm win,.
owl you •will . three gallons BANDBOX'S ;MINT'
Sore 1, 04 ,„ A Ten pounds will wake one nacre) of eof
soap Tne soap thu 4 mad.. i an ezeell nt ws.h for
trees, shrubs and plants of all kinds 10,, r gate by
my2B- Wit Doilirjr., co.
1 "PANIC B choice lot of
.; this celebrated ToajOal. reoeiesid Et leaf the first
cargo et.el Imported, and is intuit superior to the Chi
twee Teas in quality. strength mil litgrance. and bight()
entirely free of adnite ethos. coloring or mixture of any
ft is the neural leaf of the Jeri:woe Tea Plant
'Fur solo by WM. DUCK, Jr., lc co.
Pref lidera 0011216.512 council
THE GREET 44 IEERIC/11 BENEDIEW
"H ELM BOL D'S"
EIENIIINE PRXPARATIONB. • i I
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACr "BUCHIT."
BELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BARBAPARILLA:
RELMBOLD'S IMPROVED ROSE .WASH,
MNIMBOLD , I3 GEbUINE mpARATEN4
PLUM NETEAOT BUOUO„
positive sod speedo Remedy for Dieeasee or it s
BLADDRII, HXD11711415, eft Ipleppgicas a
• - SWIM LING*: •• • •
inedicinianCiehowithe too tier or digekteit eft:
sit e the absorbance , tote , healthy &s :ea , which the
seater or calcareous depoeithz.s..sod all twwweend as.
laygonionta. son tedgeril al will be - Pia moo 616101114-
Mtn, and ill good iorIISIO p 1.11101114 and Ull 4418,
RELIGIOLIYB EXRRACT BITCHW A - ,
For Weakmiou 'Mang from Ilree•soA, Fisbits Igal
potion, law . indmorstiou or oboes, attended with Up
NOLLOWING . BYMIPTC118:
Indisposition toßsarkken, Donee, alba ad%
Lou 01 Memory, X mi. of Pouter.
Week Nerve e, , A:m „ltd in urestYr~,
Dimness of Vision, Widt Ininess,
tinivereol Laamtude of the Pain en t 6. B ek,
Muscular 83114111, Pine tel el of thie
Hot Rands, Betiptiens on tbe
Therm symptoms, if anted to go on, whibtt . dt ■s&
eine isysreibly removes, soon fol ow • ,
IMPOTENCY, FATUITY, EPILEPTIC PM
In one Of which die patient may ear Jr. who tan IV
the, ere sot frequently foilowat -by those : 4 - Sternal dip
INSANITY AND. QQNSIMUMIDNI,
Many are aw.re of tbe mimeo their suffaringibef soap
will confess. The recces of the loasa. Aupookaari
melancholy deaths by Oormumphori, bear am*. .WItIMIIP
to the truth of the ruieerti.m. •
Till COXOTITUTION OMB A/rwBOTXD Blr ‘416. ,
Requires the aid of mealtime to atr , nsben sod; Wag*
rate the ayatem,which HELM MO 1011 kS RAO? SUOMI
invariably does. A. trial will convince the naisetiskotioal,
FEMALES 1 FEMALES !! FEMALES LI!
OLD OE YOUNG, SINGLE, MARRIED, OR COMTISM.
Ia Mao,' affections peculiar to lrf ee, the Ritmo -
Ductal is unequalled by any other r znedy, as is Ohtoted
or Retention, Irrequlaitlea, Palufuln. se, r ktypreadalp
of Cuatomary React:unions': le- rated or Bertha's' State
of the Moms, bettoorrh: or Wtil •e , sterility lot WS'
romplaints Resident to Vie sex, is hstber arising troth. IS .
discretion, Habits of DOsipstioo, or in the . ,
DROLINR OR CHADOR OP
NO FAMILY ammo BE WINKR' IT.
Take no Balsam, Mercury or Unpleamot Malaga
Thipleseiat nag Doug roue. Di-emelk
CERES SROIUDT DISEASES
In all their stages, at little aspens.; little or no cluin
in diet i no inconvenience, AND NI
eanses fr. quest destte en. gi ea strannth to Urbealle,
thereby removing o► pt. nevem,. trig 01 it g and curia. :
strictures of the urethra. allayirg pain nit iollandratioiS
so friquent in this class of die. es. a. and expelling POI
SONOUS, DISEASED AND VI Olilik-OtT
Thousands upon thousands Rho h , ye been the
VICTIM Or QU*CKa,
And. who have paid TIFAVYEg b. b cased in a ehntt
time, have found they w. rr a e;eived, and that the g ,
eon" has. by the use of • Pow. ral Atdreniente ' , them
dried up in the system, to break out hi an aggravatifforui t
PKREIAPEI AIM IlLifilitsGß.
BELMBOLD'S EXTRACT WORT
For all affections and Diesels,- of the URINARY Olt: .
GANS; whether existing in MAL OR FR MALE, from
whatever cause origin sting,, and no wetter if how tang
stonnling. Diseases of these °road II quire the ski of a
HELMBOLDI EXTRACT IIttIOAU
18 THE GREAT DIURETIC,.
And it is certain tolsve the &Arai abet in ell Vissene
for which it is recommended. . ,
BLOOD BLOOD!! nLnon t
lIILMBOLD'S lIIGHLY- CONCKNTBATSD COI
P0176D 'LAID EXTRACT BAlkAPAßiait. •
This le an affection of the SI. od. end airaccia the soma
organs, Linings' cf the Bete, Bars, I lime, Windikell Vag
other Bodes SOMA ' (tee, mskiler ea ppe, nail" ati - the Baia
of Wan. ,liiiii)/rik/Plit kuplo bersaiiir.qp 1014*
tee Bleed and r moves all Beall. 1 rustles a of Uni. Akin,"
givineto the compl-xion' cle4r a,.d
being prepared expresiy for We el.*. of compiaintioe
Bbiod-porirying pruperties are pree rye t. * greater at
tent than aoy utter prepaiatam of baraaparills,
HISLMBOLO'S ROSH WASH,
An excell. nt lotion for Ci /Mtn► of a tin honk na tu r e,
and as au lujection d seas. a-f th. Viinary Origami &de
in* from habits( of diminution, tin d in eonn, stun Witham
Bs ,racts Rambo ai Sai saps, lila i diaeliesa mavens's
meaded. Evidence of the mo-t reap-mibie_ and, reliable
character will accorupady the wee ci ..a.
OEET.T.PICIA FES OF CURES,
F rom th ree to t.-esity prare Btranding, with mann lawful
TO BOINNUN AND PAIIN.
For medical properties oritti ree,Ditvoilato b'
the United WWI.
See Professor DICWEBV value' le eel ke on the Pr
ties of Plooic.
Pee remarks nu* lo) the 1614 ixt'ehretei Dr. PlllllOl,
bee remarks made by Dr. EPHIrAlki Mg/DWELL • .
Celebrated Pbysiciao eDd bl. mbrr t 'h e p 11 4,1 College
earg-ons, Ireirond t ace i n li.hed in the Trsalactioas
the Hoag and Queen's Journal •
bee Medico Uhintrsi. al E vi••• nr ni shed ler BENJA
MIN Bo an, FOlqw of ft 4.70 Vol tie of sorgeop,.
bee most of the late Maria 0 Yorke nu VtliiColinf.
Extract Boob's 81 00 per bottle. or sir for $6 00
Extract *maps ilia *1 00 per bottle, or a•x For 116 0 41
lmprov d Nose - '6 o per tatll., mixfor 12 4 9
rr half deaen of each for 612, eh wi Ihe kernel lit to
csrethe moot obatinat. cs. • a i. d rtt tin. aa. a sithered to.
Delivered to any addrrra s rerun /3 , Peek d fetus °beak.
ID- Describe symptoms in II common eAtiona....eare, i
guaranteed. Advice g. atia. - •
Pomonally appeared boore me. an aid rmau of the ally
of Philadelphia, 11 I'. He.ml.o d. -1 o bele: dit'y mons
asth say, his preparalima e• An no earoWie, no mer
cury, or other injurious dr:os hut p getable:
H. r KLI4.IIOLD.
sworn and intbseribed befo e m this 234 d a psf.ts sa esa..
her, 1864. W.N. P. leEk.li tt, A &man,
Ni th at , hoe
Address letters for informal°. ia coutideeee Ps •
. HEL.. Nth, 0, obeinint.
D^pot.. No. 104" south Tenth str.-at, lek'w Chestnut,
'BEWARE OP 001INTvRt.
AN I) UNP of v• 'PLICO ORALEUa,
Who eploavor to dlipi 13 • - o . ' PI R OWN" ipa
,4 other" articles on the riot Van ht. .end.
LIELMBOLD'S °EDWIN!, PittO - A C :11.110;
RELm6m ,2 l. 4 OENri N>3 EXT Apr mar
11:11LRBOLD111110 `R EX T " 41. fokAPABILLA
fiELMBOL GENITI NH IN PROVICu sou musg .
PAld by all Drsw ids orervwb-re
AMC FUR BEIM ROL WS-- AK it Ni .l
Ont out tha .. avertisen sin . nu .t. tad tor it, ted fink'