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rasa ALARIL,m4IIO Hope ben sounded ill lire
alarm about nine o'clock lasevaning. There was
a rush of engines in various/fractions, but there
seemed to be no fire any place in particular.
Norm WARD Seam:EL.—The Northwill Ward Igloo
ender charge of Mr. George Kohn, o
the fall term in the hall of the Sone of Temperance,
in Soma street, oa Monday, September 7th, st 9
o'clock a. m.
CRIMP' QIIARTEILISTIII.--OSPL Alex. Shipley has
been appointed Chief Quartermaster at this post,
vice Limit. Col. Ambrose Thompson, detailed fer
duty elsewhere. The many friends of the gallant
Captain will receive this announcement with gen.
Trio regular monthly meeting of the Ladies'
Union Relief Association, will be held on Saturday
afternoon at 4 o'clock, in the lecture room of the
Presbyterian Chureh,Market square. The annual
report will be progented by the president. It is
particularly requested that each member be pres
ent. Emus A. BISHOP, Sec'y.
Tun Gswirevi Pustmt.—The "Association of the
German Press of Panto , 'Wallis" will meet in Al
lentown on Thursday, September 10th, at 2 o'eloek
p. m. Not only the German editors, publishers
and printers, but also the German teachers of this
State and another friends of the German language
and literature, are reepectfully invited to attend
lezuzstszes Totraitsweirr.-4 grand firemen's
tournament comes off at Detroit, October Bth and
9th. Over nine hundred dollars wilt be distributed
in prizes, and it is the intention to make the affair
a most brilliant one. Very many companies are
expected to be present. Firemen will be carried
a t L e if fare by the various railroads. There is 19
doubt that visitors will receive a generous and
warm-hearted fireman's reception.
Brume of own Conscsirrion.—Daily Me graphic
reports are now being made to the Provost Mar
shal General, at Washington, of the number of men
obtained by the conscription, so that an approxi
mation of the final result can be made. It is not
thought that the number will exceed one hundred
and ifty thousand. Men at Washington, who are
in position to speak knowingly, say that unless
the Union successes continue rapidly there must
be more men raised. So let the provost marshals
keep the wheels of chance well greased and in
smooth running order.
FATAL 11,61Litihin ACCIDIINT.'"'On Wednesday
morning a breakman on the Pennsylvania railvadi
named Jacob Dysinger, met with an accident at
Leman Place which proved fatal in a few hours.
Re was engaged in uncoupling some cars from the
local freight train to which he was attached, for
the purpose of running them on the Strasburg
siding, when he fell between them on the track-
The cant passed over both legs below the knees,
severing them, and also his left arm, froth the
body. He survived about two hours. Deceased
was unmarried, about 23 years of age, and a resi
dent of Elizabethtown, where his remains were
LANCASTER CITY AND TEN DEAFT.—George M .
Kline, Esq., who, in company with Mayor Sander
son, has lately been on to Washington fey the pur
pose of obtaining credit on the draft for the excess
of volunteers raised in Lusaster city over pre
vious quotas, returned home on Thursday, with
out having secured the object of their visit. They
say that the authorities give as a reason for their
action, that it is rendered necessary by the fact
that nearly every county and town was claiming
exemption from the draft on similar grounds ; if
one plane was exempted, all• would have to be, and
the consequonet would bs that no men whatever
could be procured from the present draft. The
"Inquirer" says that the draft will therefore im
mediately proceed in the city, and conscripts must
pt6para to de ens of three things.—pay $3OO, get
exempted, or jump into a snit of Uncle Sam's
broadcloth and march forth to glory and hard tack •
DRLEGAIII NONlNfilt—We republish a list of
.the persons nominated at the various ward meet
ings on Saturday evening last, who are to be voted
for this evening as delegates to theeonnty conven
tion. which meets in this place on Tuesday. Two
delegates are to be chosen from each ward :
First Ward—Joseph Hogentogler, John /Employ,
George F. Weaver, Daniel libeler, Peter Riffle,
Peter Stacker, J. B. Stewart, W. J. Bergstrasser,
A. J. Wickert.
Second - Ward—Jno. W. Brown, Chas. F. Conics,
B. L. Forster, Daniel Wagner, J.H. Zeigler, James
Raymond, Dr. Patterson, Charles Roumfort.
Third Ward—George Bailey, Wm. K. Verbeke,
Wm. Bomgardner, IL H. Adams.
Fourth Ward—L. Barnhard, H. B. Wood.
Fifth Ward Wm. Maloney, Thomas 3. Osier,
Louis Yaney, Hiram Nearer, Joseph Bowman.
Sizth Ward—Geo. Egle, Ja*Ob B4eiliititt, Gee.
Binger, Patrick M'Netf.
MIS Kumar Quasrion.—The bearing of the
butchers, twenty-oue or sore iv 441412.ker, who
were summoned before Alderman Kline to answer
the charge of keeping their stalls and blocks in
an unclean condition, was concluded yesterday
morning. The list included nearly or quite all the
venders of fresh meat at the market house. The
character of the evidence in regard to each sepa
rate case was quite similar. It was to the effect
that previous to, and at the time of the institution
of the suits, the stalls were more or less filthy and
unwashed. It was contended by the defendants
that their stalls are now clean, which is doubtless
true—but the proseeltion was based on their con
dition previous to instituting proceedings against
After the conclusion of the hearing, Mayor
Roumfort arose and addressed a few words to those
preseat, saying that he bad no personal feeling in
this matter; that the butchers had no better friend
than he, and that he was actuated by a desire to
promote not only their interests, but also those of
the citizens. He only sought to promo thq triter
eats and rights of all.
The magistrate then announced that he would
hold the cases under advisement for a day or two.
While it may be and doubtless is true that some
blame attaches to the butehers themselv es , it is
dear that no man or set of men can mai n t a i n
strict rules of cleanliness is the crazy, dilapidated,
knock-kneed, tumble-down, ruin-haunted heap of
rubbish which is known by courtesy as our mar.
kat house. The wind and dust play through it,
the rains of heaven make a bee-line through its
make-believe roof, the dogs trot over its counters,
and ragamuffins and belated night-prowlers sleep
and spew there, and administer top-dressing to its
rich and Odorous soil. To attempt to be very neat
in such a place is much like spreading a pig pen
with Brussels carpet. It is casting pearls before
swine. A large and commodious house should be
erected where the present one stands, with doors
(all markets should have doors) and wide roofs.
The second Beer would serve an admirable pur
pose as a tow() ball, a lecture room or a school
Mu. Let our citizens bestir themselves in this
matter, and put up a market house that will be a
credit to themselves and an incentive to the butch
ers, and not, as it now is, an eye-sore and a stench
in the 1 19ttriis of the community,
EXAMINATION OF CONSCRIPTS begin to-day
a list of the drafted men examined before the En
rolling Beard in this district, with the result of
such examination—showing who were exempted,
who paid commutation, who furnished substitutes
and who failed to appear. The lists begins with
the first sub-district, and we expect to continue it
until all shall have been examined :
FIRST SIIR-DISTRICT-CONEWAGO TOWNSHIP, BAIT-
1. Isaac Shelly, exempted; sent substitute in last
2 John Hassler, exempted; only son of widow de
pendent on him for support.
3 Benjamin Baylor, paid commutation.
4 Jacob Gash, failed to appear; reported sick with
5 Abraham Guish, paid commutation.
6 Jacob Krebbs, paid commutation.
7 Jacob Longnecker, paid commutation.
8 Isaac Westland, paid commutation.
9 Henry Kelsey, granted time for further hear
10 Thomas Flowers, exempted for disability.
11 Jacob Lehman, paid commutation.
12 Frederick Bortele, failed to appear.
13 Henry Kauffman, paid commutation.
14 Mary M, Brandt, paid commutation,
15 Levi Myers, granted time for further hearing.
18 Jacob Brandt, paid commutation.
17 Samuel Velark, exempted for disability.
18 David C. Brandt, exempted; sent substitute in
19 Henry F_ Kaylor, paid commutation.
20 John Conrad, paid commutation.
21 John S. Rioter, exempt for disability.
22 Israel C. Davis, exempt for disability.
SECOND SUB-DISTRICT--DERRY TOWNSHIP, DAUPHIN
23 Jacob Zerfass, exempt for disability.
24 Henry Shiley, exempt—over age.
25 Samuel Landis, exempt on ground of.over age.
25 David Stouffer, paid commutation.
27 Samuel Landis, paid commutation:
28 John Poffenberger, exempt for disability.
29 David M. Cromer, exempt for disability.
30 Samuel Emerick, Jr., case postponed for the
31 Jacob K. Landis, paid commutation.
32 George Fox, exempt for disability.
33 James Clark, failed to report.
34 Henry Zentmoyer, exempt for disability.
35 Henry Snyder, paid commutation.
36 Joshua C. Shoddy, paid commutation.
87 Ulrich Weitmer, paid 44MMatat1011.
38 Martin M. Cope, furnished substitute.
39 Francis Hershey, case postponed for the
40 Jacob Nissly, paid commutation.
41 George H. Stecker, fprnished substitute. /
42 Holey Stouffer, exempt for disability.
43 Cyrus Gingerich, paid commutation.
44 Martin F. Nissley, paid commutation.
45 Solomon Fishburn, exempt for disability.
46 John H. Dougherty, case postponed for the
47 Henry J. Hummel, case postponed for the
48 Peter Painter, paid commutation.
49 Peter Yengst, paid commutation.
50 Jacob Strickler, paid commutation.
51 Christian Moyer, paid commutation.
52 John P. Nits, exempt from disability.
53 Benj. Houser, exempt from disability.
54 Michael B. Henry, failed to report.
55 John E. Peck, paid commutation.
DO Daniel Emrich, paid conzatatatiell
-57 Benj. Lutz, paid commutation.
58 Mahlon Sonen, furnished substitute.
59 Jeremiah timber, paid commutation.
60 Ephraim G. Fishburn, paid commutation.
81 Samuel IL Henry_ paid commutation.
62 David S. Shank, furnished substitute.
63 Israel Fieandt, paid commutation.
64 Jacob H. Balsbach, furnished substitute.
65 John B. Martin, paid commutation.
66 Joseph . L. Smith, exempt ; only son of widow
dependent on him for support.
67 Eli Ebersole, exempt for disab lity.
68 Eli Huber, furnished substitute.
69 Adam Shuey, failed to report.
70 Cyrne Longenecker, paid commutatioe.
71 Franklin Smith, futhished substitute.
72 Peter Snyder, furnished substitute.
73 John B. Moyer, paid commutation.
74 Cyrus Holstein, under age.
75 Christian P. Landis, over age.
76 William H. Miller, case postponed for .the pre
77 John J. Niesley, exempt for disability.
78 Jacob Detweiler, failed to report.
79 Martin Shenk, paid commutation:
80 Jeremiah Gassed. furnished substitute.
81 George Tennis, failed to report.
82 Daniel Baker, exempt; under age.
83 John Landis, case postponed for the present
84 John Copabaver, case postponed for the present.
85 Henry S. Moyer, exempt for disability.
86 Abraham Wittimoyer, paid commutation.
Mummalts.—The errors made by the enrolling
officers in some districts is giving plenty of busi
ness to the members of the bar. A writ of habeas
corpus was recently grantee by Judge Cadwalla
der, of Philadelphia, on the application of a drafted
nean,whose name is Robertson,and who was enrolled
as Obertson. The matter was laid before the board
of enrollment of the Second District, and they de
cided that, as the residence was -correctly given,
the misspelling in the name did not make such a
difference as to exempt the person. In the case
of Cornelius M'Call, before the United States Dis
trict Court, some months ago, where tho finlike wee
enrolled as "Neely M'Call," the Court decided that
the misnomer was fatal, and the conscript was
discharged. From this it would appear that the
misspelling of a drafted man's surname exempts
him, but the incorrect spelling of a . Christian name
"does not make such a difference as to exempt the
person." It used to be that the Christian or family
name was considered the important one, but some
of the wiseacres of this age have upset that old
fogy notion and turned the ease "end for end."
POLICE AFFAIRS.—Before Alderman Kline.—
Criminal business has been very slack at police
headquarteri for a day or two. The following is
a chronicle of the proceedings since our last re
James Moore, Isaac Keels, David Davis, an.
rested by officer Campbell; George Williams, by
officer Stock; Henry French, by officer Bssig—all
"pulled" for over-indulgence in corn-juice, kept in
the lock-up over night, and discharged from cus
tody in the morning.
Albert Boales, arrested for larceny of a blouse
by officer Campbell, had a hearing and was dis
John Ward was arrested yesterday by officer
Essig, charged with the larceny of a pistol from
a trunk at a boarding house on Ridge Road. De
fendant was committed for a further. leering.
NEw FALL Goons.—We have now received and
are opening a beautiful assortment of new style
dress goods and other goods.
Splendid assortment of new &Ilene&
All colors of plain alpacas.
New style of plaid dress goods.
Fine black bombazines.
Black and colored paramattas.
5 pieces of Hack silks.
50 pieces of bleached and unbleached muslin&
10-4 heavy linen for sheeting.
5.4 heavy linen for pillow cases.
7-4 grey linen damask for table covers.
White linen table covers and napkins.
Black alpacas, all qualities.
'White linen and hematiched pocket handker
10 des, Bklguotal Skirts, from $2 50 up.
Large assortment of hoop skirts.
Hoop skirts at 75 cents, $1 00 t $ 1 50, and all
While nambrie cauditse and jseonnetts, nansooka l
Irish linen, Swiss waling, and a great many other
new goods. S. Lzwy.
Ponnoyiviala Militia and Rooraitin Chin%
United States pension, bounty, arrears of pay and
subsistence claims, &c., &0.,
looted by am, made out and col
Attorney at Law, office, Third street, Harrisburg,
ELECTION OF DELEGATES TO TIM DEMOCRATIC
COUNTY CONVENTION.—The Democratic voters in
the several wards of the city of Harrisburg will
meet at their respective ward houses, on Saturday
evening next, Sept. sth,for the purpose of electing
from among the candidates placed in nomination
on Saturday last, two delegates for each ward, to
represent them in the County Convention to be
held at the Court House in this city, at 2 o'clock
p. m., on Tuesday next, the Bth inst.
By order of the City Executive Committee.
Gs% F. WEAYSIS, Seely.
Harrisburg, Sept. 1, 1863.
N. B. Sec. 1 Par. 2. of the "Rules and Regula
tions for the Government of the Democratic Party
of the City of Harrisburg," makes it the duty of
the Ward Executive Committees "to appoint the
Judges and Inspectors of ail Democratic ward
Par. 4 required "all elections for ward delegates
to be made by ballet."
Par. 5. "AU ward meetings shall be opened pre
cisely at 71 o'clock P. m., and immediately after
the organiiation and reading of the rules (as per
Paz. .6) to proceed to election. The polls in all
cases shall be kept open two hours, unless after a
lapse of fifteen minutes, wherein no vote has been
cast, when they may be closed by a vote of the
meeting, and provided that, at the expiration of
the two hears aforesaid, the polls shall not be
closed, if there are votes on the ground for accep
Par. 6. "No citizen shall be permitted to vote at
the Democratic ward meetings. unless such citizen
shall satisfy the Judge and Inspectors that be is
a Democrat and a resident of the ward in which
he tenders his vote."
WARD DBLEGATit Emterioas.—The Democratic
Ward meetings for the election of delegates to
the County Convention on the Bth inst., will be
held in each ward of the city of Harrisburg, at
o'cloog on Saturday evening next, September
.sth, at the following places, viz
First Ward—At the public house of L. Koenig,
Second Ward—At the public house of Daniel
Wagner, Second street.
Third Ward—At the Franklin House, Walnut
Fourth Ward—At the public house of P. IL
Ryan, State street.
• Fifth Ward—At the public house of the Widow
Jordan, North street.
Shah Ward—At the public house of John Sem
ler. Ridge road.
By order of the Ward Executive Committees
Geo. F. Weaver, Chairman First ward.
C. Seiler, Chairman Second ward.
Geo. Bailey ? Chairman Third ward.
L. Barnhard, Chairman Fourth "ord.
Joseph Bowman, Chairman Fifth ward.
C. A. Wilhelm, Chairman Sixth ward.
Harrisburg, September Ist, 1863.
VAliupplay rintatigUßS er Ammon—WM be
sold on Saturday afternoon next in the lower mar
ket house, the finest and largest lot of furniture
offered this season. Sofas, tete-a-tetes, parlor sets,
walnut and mahogany chamber sets, feather beds,
blankets, quilts, comforts and sheets, one spring
bed and hair mattress, coat $55; stoves and pipe,
one refrigerator, two safes, Brussels, ingrain and
rag carpeting, One gold, eighteen caret English
cap patent lever watch, one fine toned guitar or
Sale to commence at 2 o'cfock.
To Horse Owners.
Dr. Sweet's Infallible Liniment for Horses
is unrivaled by any, and in all cases or Lameness, ari
sing from Sprains, Bruises or Wrenching, its effect is
magical and certain. Harness or Saddle Halls, Scratch
es, Mange, &c., it will also cure speedily. Spavin and
Bingbone may be easily prevented and cured in their
incipient stages, bat confirmed cases are beyond the
possibility of a radical cure. No case of the kind, how
ever, is so desperate or hopeless bat it may ha allevblted
by this Liniment, and its 'faithful application will al
ways remove the Lameness, and enable the horse to
travel with comparative ease.
Every horse owner should have this remedy at hand,
for its timely use at the first appearance of Lameness
will sfiUtnally present Mime formidable ammo men.
Boned, to which all horses areNable, and which render
so many otherwise valuable horses nearly worthless.
See advertisement. ap2ll eow-d&w
A GENTLEMAN, cured of Nervous
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Error, actuated by a desire to benefit . others, will be
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need in his case. Those wishing to profit by his exper,
nonce—and possess ilk Valuable Remedy—will reeeive
the same, by return mail, (carefully sealed,) by ad.
CRISTADORO'S HAIR DYE,
There is no Hair Dye in nae so pure, so free from all
objectionable properties, that produces' such splendid
and permanent tints, or that operates so quickly, uni
formly, and certainly, as
CRISTADOROIS EXCELSIOR HAIR DYE
This matchless article is pronounced, by all who have
ever applied it, or seen it applied, the most wonderful
invention of the sge. Ten minutes suffices fir any
elude of brows or the doepOlt NAO. It Moves the
Manufactured by J. CHISTADORO, 6 Astor House,
New York. Sold everywhere, and applied by all Hair
Dressers. Price $l, $1 50 and $3 per box, according to
Cristadoroys Hair Preservative
Is invaluable with hie Dye, as it imparts the utmost
softness, the moat beautiful gloss and great vitality to
Price 50 cute, 51 and 52 per bottle, According to size
THE GREATEST DISCOVERY OF
THE AGE. Farmers, families and others can purchase
no remedy equal to Jr, Mae' Venetian ,Liniment ; for
dysentery, colic, croup, chronic rheumatism, SON
throats, toothache, sea sickness, cuts, burns, swellings
bruises, old sores, headache, musquito bites, pains in
the limbs, chest, back, &c. If it does not give relie
the meaty will Z.e refunded, All that is asked is atrial,
and use it according to the directions.
Da. TOBIAS—Dear Sir: I have used your Venetian
Liniment in my family for a number of years, and be
lieve it to the best article for what it is recommended
that I have ever used. For sudden attack of croup it is
invaluable. I have no hesitation In icColl2ll34Eding it
for all the uses it professes to cure. I have sold it for
many years, anc it gives entire satisfrction.
CHAS. H. TRIMNER.
qtragaisTverN, N, 0,, May
Sold by all Druggists. Office, MI Cortl&ndt street,
jy3l d&wlm New York.
A Friend in Need. Try it.
DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT is pre
pared from the recipe of Dr_ Stephan Sweet, of Gonna
tient, the great bone setter, and has been used in his
practice for the last twenty years with the most aston
ishing success. As an external remedy it is without a .
rival, and will alleviate pain more speedily than any
other preparation. For all Rheumatic and Nervous
Disorders it is truly isfallible and as a curative for
Sores_Wonods, Sprains, Bruises , &c., its soothing, heel
ing and powerful strengthening properties, excite the
just wonder and astonishment of all who have ever
given it a trial. Over four hundred certificates of re
markable curee, performed by it within the last two
years, attest this fact.
See advertisement. -aplleow-d&w
EDITOR Op PATRIOT IND UNION
Dear Sir :—With your permission I wish to say to the
readmit; of your paper that I will send by return mail to
all mho wish it, (free,) a Recipe, with full directions
for making and using a simple vegetable Balm, that will
effectually remove, in 10 days, Pimples, Blotches, 'Fan,
Freckles, and all Impurities of the Skin, leaving the
same soft, clear, smooth and beautiful.
I will also nail free to those having Bald Heads or
P re Faces, simple direction and information that will
enable them to start a fall growth of Luxuriant Hair,
lighiskers, or a 3,loustache, in less than 30 days. All
applications answered by return mail without charge.
THO 3. P. CHAPMAN, Chemist ,
i jje26-03“ i<o t Fremiway, New York.
W. BARR It Co. ?
JOHN B. OGDBN.
No. 60, NEASaII street, N. Y
By ordering Calomel and destructive minerals from the
supply tables, has conferred a blessing on our sick sol
dier'. Let him, oot stop here. Let him order the die
continuance of "Bleeding," and the luso of BBA.ND
BATH'S PILLS in the place thereof. Then will
commence a ccnew era' , in the practice of Medicine,
which would then become emphatically
THE HEALING ART
I have fer thirty years taught that no diseased so-
tion could be cured by mercury or tartar emetic. That
the human body could only be "made whole" by "vog-
stable food"—Animal . food being, in fact, condeniod
yegetsbles. BBANDBETH'S PILLS should be in
ever/ Military Hospital. These Pills cure BILIOUS
MARBROIA, CRRONIO DIARRHOEA, CARONI()
DYSP. NUNS, and all fevers and Affection. of the
Bowels, sooner and more surely than any medicine in
the world. BRAN - hETH'I3 PILLS in than owes
should be token Ed; A • Omorning. Bead directions
and get new style
CASE 0.1 0 3)130031 N. WATSON.
Dr. D. Branaresegs, New York
Sin: I was a private in Co. F, 17th Regiment, New
York Tole. While at Rallis:outs Landing and on the
Rappahannock near Falmouth, I and many of the Com
pany were sick with bilious diarrhoea. The Army Bar
ran did not ears us, sad I was redooed to skin and
bone. Among the Company were quite a number of
members who had worked in your Laboratory at Sing
Bing. They were not Ask, because they used Brand
reth's Pills. These men prevailed upon me and others
to use the Pills, and we were all cured in from two to
five days. After this our boys need Brandreth's Pills
for the typhus fever, colds, rheumatism, and in no case
did they fail to restore health•
Out of gratitude to you for my good health, I send
you this letter, which, if necessary, the entire Com
pany would sign.
I am, respectfully, yours,
ROBOON K. WATSON, Bing sing, N. Y.
Principal aloe, 294 Canal street, New York.
For sale an Harrisburg by ONO. H. BELL.
IMPORTANT TO FEMALES.
DR. CHEESEMAN'S PILLS.
The combination of ingredients in these Pills are the
reset of a long and extensive practice, They ire WM
in their operation, and certain in correcting all irregn
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whether from cold or otherwise, headache, pai in the
side, palpitation of the heart, whites, all nefvoissiteo
Jima, hyaterlea, fatigue, path in th obset atelimbe,
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arm the oeuunenoeinen e NNW • idibelnakien of
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containing from CO to CO Pills,
some by null/ 7 to amp/9 7 by remitting to the
Agents. bold by Druggists generally.
R. B. HUTCHINGS, Proprietor,
20 Cedar street, New York.
gold in Harrisburg, by C. A. Bannvart.
" Meohanicaburg, by Z. O. Dellett.
" Carlisle. by 8. Elliott.
" Shippensburg, by D. W. Rankin.
" Chambersburg, by Miller & Hershey.
Hummelatown, by George Wolf.
" Lebanon. by George Roee.
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days, any case of HONNORRHCEL. is without taste or
smell, and requires no restriction of action or diet. For
either sex. Price One Dollar.
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%lie tiny OW of OLIIP.T, even after all other remedies
have failed. to produce the desired 'afoot. No taste or
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No. 4. THE PUNITER is the only Remedy that will
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long standing or neglected the case may be. Price One
No. 5. TUN SOLUTOR will cure &hymn °I(/RAVEL,
permanently and speedily remove all affictions of the
Bladder and Kidneys. Price One Dollar.
No. 5. FOR PARTICULARS SKR CIRCULAR.
N 0.7. THE AMARIN will mere the Whites radically
and in a mush shorter time than they can be remelted
by any other treatment. In feet, is the only remedy
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Price One Dollar.
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and speedy in producing MENSTRUATION, or correst
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No. D, •FOR PARTIOITLANS SEE 13IBOULAN.
Either remedy sent tree by mail on receipt of the
price annexed. Enclose postage stamp and get a circa
General Depot North-East cornyr of York avenue and
Callowhill street. Private office, 401 York avenue,
For sale in Harrisburg by 0. A. BINNVART and Louis
WYETH, where circulars containing valuable informa
with full descriptions of each case, will be deliv
ered gratis on application. Address
DR. MIX BRUNON,
July 28, 1863-17 P. O. Box 99, Philadelphia, Pa
MOTHERS MOTHERS !
Don't fail to procure Mo. WINSLOW'S SOOTHINO
STRUT for CHILDREN TEETHING-. This. eel ble
preparation is the prescription of oneof the beet female
physicians and nurses in the United States, and Mabee&
used for thirty years with never failing sefety and sue
cess by millions of mothers and children, from the fee
'hie infantof one week old to the adult.
It not only relieves the child 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 IN TER BOWELS AND WIND ()OLIO.
We believe it the bast and surest remedy in the world
in all cases of DYSENTERY AND DIARRIIDIA IN
CHILDREN; whether it arises from teething or from
any other cause.
Fall directions for using will accompany each bottle ,
None genuine unleee the fac simile of CURTIS & PER
KINS, New York, is on the outside wrapper.
Bold by all Medicine Dealers.
Principal Office, 48 Dey street, New York
Pries only 25 cents per bottle.
BROOMS, BRUSHES, TUBS AND
BASKETS of all descriptions, qualities and prices,
for sale by WM. DOCK. JR.. & CO.
(10PFEEs AND SUGARS OF ALL
Vv GRADES, and at reasonable prices, for sale by
WM. DOME, Ja., & CIO.
FOR SALE.—The house and lot, situ
ated on the corner of Second and North atrooto, in
the city of Flarrisburr. Title Indisputable. For fur
ther information appiy on the promisee, to Mrs Joshes
Ettin g er k Ullman's, 92 Market street, i cos re
tent man to carry on the shoe business. Good refs
POE SALE.—One Howes Original Leather, and one
family sewing machine, together with lasts and other
shoemaker's fixtures. sep2-Iwd.
DR. J. C. ROYER,
1:1 31EI SI
OFFICE IN WYETH'S BUILDING,
In room formerly occupied by Dr. Carman,
CORNER OF MARKET STREET AND MARKET SQUARE.
EXEMPTIONS FROM THE DRAFT.
Persons baring legal claims to exemption from the
draft can have their eases prepared and presented to the
Board on application to R, B. FERGUSON, Attorney-at-
Law, Almond greet, opposite Bliehlcr , Uptuip. (Mee
with Wm. H. Miller, BK. Aug 21W.
BLACKING ! I—Mssores "OEraxames
BLAOCOICi."-1.00 GROSS. assorted she , Jost re
oared arid for gals, whaiirjau and retail.
AAA. WM. DOOR, Is., Is PO,
NA.O/011/12L, Nos.], 2 and 3, in all Edged packages—
new and each package warranted. Just received, end
low bg tykt. DOCK Jr., Jc CO.
DURYEAS , MAIZENA.
"z 4 1-4
Was the only "Preparation for food from In
That recPlyed a medal and honorable mention from the
Boyaltonindasioners, the competition of all proudness
manufacturers of "Corn Starch" and "Prepared Corn
Flour , ' of Slut and other countries notwithstanding.
The'food and ltirgiy of the Nam without a mingle fault.
One' trial will convince the most skeptical. Makes
Puddings, Oakes, Custards, Blanc Mange, &a., without
isinglass, with few or no eggs, at a cost astonishing the
most economical. A slight addition to ordinary Wheat
ylonr greatly improves Bread and Oake. It is also ex
cellent for thickaning,ewoot senses, gremlin for fish mud
meat, soup, &c. For Ice .Cream nothing can compare
with it. A little boiled in milk will produce rich
cream for coffee, chocolate, tea, &c.
Put up in one pound pacitages, under the trade-mark
Maims, with directions for use.
A MOO delicious article of food for children and in
valids of all ages. For sale by Orocina and Druggists
Wholesale Depot, 166 Fulton street.
Ang 15-41(im General Agent.
20;000,1bs. Composed of the following Brands
just received :
EVANS do SWlFT'S—Superior.
MICHINER'S EXCELSIOR—Not eanvassed.
IRON CITY—Not canvassed.
PLAIN . HAMS—Strietly prime.
ORDINARY HAMS—Very good.
&very Ham sold will be gu ar anteed as represen
ted. WM. DOCK, jr., & CO.
SECRET DISEASES !
TEE MOST CIORTAIN BaMEDY NUR MILD.
Yee, a Positive Cure!
BALSAM COPAVIA t MERCURY DISCARDED.
Only ten Pills to be taken is effect a cure.
They are entirely vegetable, having no smell nor any
unpletwant 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 amen in
No exposure, no trouble, no change whatever.
Price male packages, $2; Female, $B. Sold by
D. W . GROSS & CO.
Sent by mail by D 8131105111 & CO., Box 151 Phila. P
xi LOOD! BTiOODI
SORES : THEIR CAUSE A DEPRAVED CON
DITION OP THE VITAL FLUID,
,SCROFULA, ULCERS, SORES, SPOTS, TET
TEAS, SCALES, BOILS, SYPHILIS OR YENS ,
REAL DISEASES, ETC.
R 090 T AND HERB JUICES
Is offered to the public as a positive cure. Banishes all
impurities of the blend and brings the system to a
healthy action '
cure those Spots, 'Petters, Scales and
Copper Colored Patches.
SYPHILIS OR VENEREAL DISEASES.
The Samaritan's Root 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 Females
puffer, the ROOT AND HERB JUICES is most happily
adapted in Ulcerated Uterus, in Whites, in bearing
down, F alling of the Womb, Debility, and for all cam.
Valuta incident to the sex.
DO NOT DESPAIR.
/Keep out of hospitals. Here is a core in any ease for
PO. Price $1 per bottle, or six for SS, with full dire..
Mons. Sold by D. W. GROSS & CO.
Bent by Express carefully pacbed by
DESMOND & CO,
jane-ly Box MPhil*. P. 0_
THE BEST FAMILY SEWING
Iv' : $ Di D EWS .4S CIO ii•il
NEW OFFICE, Market Spurs, not to Colder's
J 7 Call and see them in operation.
A general assortment of mad:line' and noodlea cow
MISS MARGARET HIRST
Will exhibit and sell them, and also do all Cads
machine sewing on these machines in the best manner
The patronage of the public is respectfully solicited.
PROPOSALS FOR STONE BRIDGE.
Proposals will be received at the City Council
Chamber till 7 o'clock p. m. , September 5. for , erect
ing a stone bridge over Paxton creek, at Patten street,
in thig city, according to plane ant specification• on
file in the Council CL.mber. Proposals will state the
price with brick erChes and also with hewn stone arches;
also specify the time of commencement and completion
of the work,
Proposers will specify what they will allow for the
materials on the ground- They will also be required
to furnish all the mate: ial necessary to do the work.
The Connell will reserve the Hat to reject all bide
that they believe will not be. to the advantage of the
city, or that they may believe ale exorbitant
Proposals to be endorsed "Proposals for bAdge." and
directed to W 0, HICKOK.
• D. DOCKER,
P lIILIP LINN,
Street Committee Ist district. Angl2-3tawtd
DIOTTVILLE GailieSB WORKS,
WINE, POATBII, MINERAL WATER, PICKLE AND
01 Brim DBOOLIPTION.
H. B. & G. W. BBNNBBS
oal9-dly 27 South Front steret Philadelphia
PICNIC,—The Mechanics' Association
of Harrisburg give a
PICNIC AT *COLD SPRINGS,
ON SATURDAY NEXT, AUGUST 29th.
Care will leave the Depot of the Leban'a Valley
railroad, for 410 apeinge, at 7„4 oleloek_
A cordial invitation is extended to all Mechanics and
A Braes Band will accompany the excursion.
Price of tickets for the round trip 76 cents, to be had
at the Depot.
Coianyrres ;—.Thos. Anderson, Michael Runk, Dan)l
Bpayd, Abram Reim, John Felts, Ephraim Hershey.
Wlll give itformation in all the affairs of life. absent
friends, sicknelis.and death, and in respect to all other
subjects. She can be consulted at all hours of the day
GENTLEMEN 50 CENTS, LADIES 25 CENTS.
_RESIDENCE IN MULBERRY ST.,
Marth Side, Ascend Door from River Miry.
Aug 22) N O . 20. [ll
HEALTH, MONEY I HAPPINESS I I
At thia season of year, when ao much alokneasprevaila,
eyery .ene should provide himself with DR. RUM
nOBIGIOPATUIe WIDIOINBS, and prevent
Manama In its beginning.
A fresh supply always on hand at
.1) T. BABBITT'S Concentrated, Con-
JAI, dented, or Pulverised Goff ibli t y, Three gallons
of handsome white soft Soap made in ye minutes. 110
g rease re q uired.
DizzOvions :—Dissolve one pound of the soap in one
gallon boilin g water, then add two gallons warm, when
cool you will have three g allons RAZDEIOIOI WEITZ
SOFT 140,(P. Ten pounds Will make 009 ba rre l of no n
soap. The soap thus made an excellent wash for
trees shrubs and plants of all kinds. For sale by
my2B- WM. DOCE, jr., & CO.
TAPANESE TEA.--A choice lot of
thia celebrated Toonat rooei►od, It is of the Bret
cargo ever imported, and is much superior to the Mi
meos 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 Japenese Tea Plant
For sale by WM. DOCK, jr., & Co.
President common Council
THE CIREAT 66 AMERICAN REMEDIRS,"
GENTUDIZ PREPABAT.LONO ) Tim
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT " BUCRU."
lIELMBOLD'S EXTRACT SARSAPARILLA ;
HELDIDOLD's IMPROVED ROBE WAHL
RELMBOLD 2 I3 GENUINE PREPARATION,
ti HIGHLY CONCENERATID 2 )
FLUID EXTRACT =CHU,
A positive and specific Remedy tor Diseases of the -
BLADDER, KIDNAPS, GRAV.SL
This medic-isle increases the power of digestion and m
elte@ .the absorbents into healthy sewn, by vhich the
water or calcareous deproiltions, and all unnatural en
largements, are reduced. as well es pain and inflamma
tion, and is good for MEN, WCMEN and CRILDRBILJ
HELMBOLD'S EXRRACT SUCH%
For, Waikato arising from &Mier, Oaten of MI
pation, Rimy ladieeretion or AWN, attended with ffis
Indisposition to Exertion, Dryness of the Skin,
Loss of Memory, Loss of Power,
Weak Nemo, Difficulty in Breathing,
Horror of Disuse, Trembling,
Dimness of Vision, Wakefulness
Universal Lassitude of the Pain in the Back,
Muscular System, Fluehicg of the Body,
Hot Hands, Eruptions on the Pace,
These symptoms, if allowed to go on, which this midi.
eine invariably removes, soon follow
IMPOTENCY, FATUITY, EPILEPTIC FITS,
In one of which the patient may moire. Who can ow
they are not frequently followed by theme direflil
INSANITY AND CONSIMPTIONT
Many are aware of the cause of their suffering, blazons
will confess. The records of the Insane Asylums, and the
melancholy deaths by Consumption, bear ample waste.
to the tenth of the assertion.
THE CONBTITIITION ONCE AEPECTED BY CIE-
Requires the aid of medicine to strengthen andinvigo
rate the system,which HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT *BUONO
invariably does A trial will convince the most skeptieel.
FEMALES ! FEMALES ! ! FEMALES 1!1
OLD os YOUNG-, SINGLE, MAIIItIED, 08 CONEXII-
In many affections peculiar to Females, the Estrac
Buchu is unequalled by any other remedy, as in Chiorosf
or Retention, Irregularities, Painfulness, I r huppressioni
of Customary Eirseuations, Ulcerated or Rainbows Mate
of the 'Uterus, Leueorrh-a or Whites, Sterility, and fora,
complaints incident to the Bei, whether arising Irons in
discretion, Habits of Dissipation, or in the
DECLINE OR CHANGE OF LIFE.
SPX SYMPTOMS ABM. ,
NO FAMILY SHOULD BE 'WITHOUT IT.
Take no Balsam, Mercury or Unalemon Medical
Unple .stuit and Dangerous Dieeases.
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU
CURES SBORET DISEABBS
In all their stages, at little expense; FM= or no chat
in diet; no inconvenience, AND NO EXPOSUEE.
It causes frequent desire and gives strength to Urinal%
thereby removing obstioctions, preveer iec and curia
etrieturea of the urethra, allaying pain 'lnd inflammation
80 frequent in %bin clam of diorama. and expelling Fu l•
SONOUS, DISEASED AND WORN- 01' T DI A trta.
Thousands upon thousands who have been the
VICTIMS OP QUACKS,
And who have paid WAVY PEER to b. cued ins short
time, have found they were deceived, and that the fl
eon " bee. by the use of a Powerrul Aatratgeria,"l been
dried up in the system, to break out in an aggzavateirforat,
PERHAPS AFTER MAERIAbII.
BELMBOLD'S EXTRACT RIICHU:
For all Affections and Diseases of the URINARY 011.-
rairtieg le SI AL R , OP. FEMALE,
whatever cause ofigleatrog, acd no ntst:er it how long
standing. Diseases of these organs noire the aid of a
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT :BITCERT
IS THE GREAT DIURETIC,
And it is certain to have the desired effect in all Dianne
for which it is recommended.
BLOOD! BLOOD!! BLoOD!!!
EIELMBOLD'S HIGFILY CONOKNTHATED I 0011
POUND FLUID EATRAQT SARSAPARILLA
This is an affection of the Blood, Purl a arlrze the seams
organs, Linings of Us. Nnre, Bars, lbws; Windpipe and
other Slocum riorfnceg, niAing its rppep ranee in the forts
of Ulcers. LIZLMBULD'i.4 Extract sarsaparilla purides
the Blood and r.-zroggh ail Scaly irunziOL6 of the Skin,
giving to the compl-zion a deer awl be4lllo , "Oa. It
being prepared exprer-sly for this elsgs of cutup - Win% is
Blood-purifying properties are pres• ryes to s greedier lea
tent than any z•ther preparation of faxggparilia.
HELIVIBOLD'S ROSE WASH,
An excellent lotion for diaeaaei..of a Syrbiline nature,
and as an injection in d,seasea .-r the 'Urinary Organs &tie
ing' from hatdria of d isaip. tion. nn d in cornm etion with the
Ent/lets Bodin and Balealdifilla in nob (Vacant' as roma.
mended. E vidence of the moat recpeogidie and reliable
character will accompany the med - cioes.
CERTIFICATES OF CURES,
From three to twenty years' standing, with names known
TO SCIENCE AND URN,
For medical properties of BUCHU... see:l/lel:onset° 'k
the United States.
Ste Professor DEWEES , valuable works on the Pr
tics of Physic.
gee remarks made by the, late ce'ebrated Dr, Pllll/CHI
See remarks made by Dr. EPIIRATM bPDOWELL
celebrated Physician and Member of the Royal College
Surgeons, Ireland, and published in the Transactions o
the King and Queen's Journal.
bee Medico. Chirrimical Etview, urblished by DERJA:
Tnevzab, Fellow of Royal CoPege of Stirgeo lm , ,
See most of the lute Standard Works on Medicine.
Extract Buchu $1 00 per bottle, or six for 05 00
Extract Sarsaparilla $1 00 per bottle, or six for 05 00
Improved Rose Wash.... 50c. per bottle, or six for $2 50
Or half dozen of each for $l2, which will be sufficient to
cure the Most obstinate cases, if directions are adhered te.
Delivered to any address, sectuelypaoked from obser
Ej- Describe symptoms in ail commun'eationa.,.Cnrej
guaranteed. Advice gratis.
Perrot:wily appeared before me, an alderman of the city
of Philadelphia, 11. T. Helmbo'd,wbo being duly sworn
doth say, his preparations contain no narcotic, no mer
cury, or other iDjUtiOttli drugs, but are purely vegetable.
H. T. riELMIIOLD.
Sworn and subscribed before me, this 23d day of Novem
ber, 1854. WM. P. BIBBERD, Alderman,
Ninth et., above hate, Philadelphia.
Address letters for information in confidence to
H. T. HELM:WiII - 0, Chewier;
Depot, No. 104 South Tenth street, below Chestnut,
BEWARE OE COUNTERFEITS
AND UNPRINCIPLED DEALERS,
Who endeavor to diapoae "OF THEIR OWN" an
" other " articles on the reputation attained by
lIRLIKBOLDIS GENUINE PREPARATIONS,
HELMBOLD t S GENUINE EXTRACT Ducar)
HELMBOLD'S GENUINE EXTRACT SARSAPARILLA,
RELMROLIVS GENUINE IMPROVED ROSE WASH.
Bola by all rhliggidAl Cderr*here
ASK FOR HELISIBOLD'S—TAKE NO OTHER
Cut out the advertisement and send for it, and avoie