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NOTICE.—In consequence of an exhibition for
the benefit of the sick and wounded soldiers in the
upper hall, the meeting of the Young Men's Dem
ocratic Club will be held in the dining room at
Brant's Hall, this evening.
Damn. AT PILTLADELPHIA.--All the hospitals
east of the Susquehanna river, including those in
this city, now make their weekly reports at the of
fice of the Medical Director in Philadelphia, and
not to the Medical Director at Chambersburg, as
ommos.--A dead borne lies unburied in a field
adjoining the Lebanon Valley railroad, in a very
decomposed condition, rendering it exceedingly
offensive to passengers and persons traveling over
the road, and detrimental to the health -of those
living in that vicinity. The field was lately occu
pied by army horses.
Con. Gamairsarm......-Ve r e often see boys and girls
standing about the tracks of the different rail
roads watching for the coal which drops. We
would suggest that by following up the tracks to
a short distance out of town they might get as
mush as desired. There is any quantity of it
dragged out from the engines which is not more
than one-third burnt.
C.LarmasswEss.— While passing along Front
street yesterday we noticed a gross instance .of
carelessness. A man who was pushing a two
wheeled cart along tho pavement heedlessly
knocked and nearly run over a small child. If
people cannot exereisa due care in the rise Of the
sidewalks, they should be obliged to take to the
roadway, which is, under all circumstances, the
proper place for such vehicles. •
NawsrAren Tinsvzs.—Complaints are fre
quently made to us by subscribers that the carri
ers have failed to leave the paper at their doors.
In many cares we learn from eye witnesses that
the papers are stolen before they are secured by
the subscribers. The pilferers are generally boys,
but older ones are often guilty of the misdemeanor.
This offence is very annoying to us, as our Orders
are often charged with a negligence of their duty.
The carriers use every effort to please oar patrons,
and from their well known familiarity with all
parts of the eity, and strict attention to businem
they have our entire confidence.
Tag Nionv Am ma All rumN.—lt is a fallacy to
suppose that it is advantageous to the health to
sloop with the windows open diming the nights of
September and October. The air, moist and damp
as it always is in different periods of these months,
enters the lungs and generates fevers of many
kinds, thoroughly undermining the constitution.
"Hall's Journal of Health" takes this view of the
subject, and werecornmend it to the attention of
all our readers. No doubt it is prejudicial to sleep
in a close and confined room, and inhale for hours
together the atmosphere, but there are means of
ventilation which answer every reasonable purpose.
Always be careful to have the room well aired
during the day.
Tan Wokrnan.—The variation in the weather
during the last few days, has been decidedly more
than is agreeable. Many persons that had.changed
their wearing apparel, have in all probability ex
changed again for eoolen Snail changes should
always be carefully made, and in particular, by
those delicately constituted. This is a season of
the year more liable to sickness than any other.
Persons from a want of proper care contract com
plaints, which if they do not die of at time, linger
on them for a great length of time, aid often even
tually end in their death. The eating of immode
rate quantities of fruit and at improper times, tend
to bring on sickness. The great appetite for all
kinds of fruit felt by children should be carefully
guarded against by parents from being carried to
&luny Baseans.—These characters continue
quite numerous, and as the season advances they
continue to move rapidly, until the town shall be
entirely subjugated. There are probably many of
this Blass who are objects worthy of charity, but
the majority are entirely undeserving of any at
tention. Despising labor, they resort to begging
as the easiest means of obtaining a livelihood, and
when this fate them, they de nut Levitate to steel
and practice all kinds of petty rascalities. At
different times, a number of them have been ar
rested and committed for pilfering, and charges of
• like character, this doer): proves that there are
many undeserving ones among them. We do not
mean to say that charity should be withheld in all
cases; but that persons should not give always,
without first' being satisfied of the propriety of
Humus.—For a week past the boxes and drawers
in our post office have been afflicted with circulars
from J. T. Lloyd, a New York map publisher, set
ting Mb tho value of his railroad maps, post
office directories, ete. We would simply say that
J. T. Lloyd is an arrant humbug. We advertised
for him some time since and he refused to pay for
the seine, according to agreement. Look out for
We cordially endorse every word of the above.
If Lloyd's maps and directories are not more re
liable than he is himself, they are not worth the
paper they are printed upon. He is a great scoun
drel, and those who send money to him will hardly
be likely to hear from it again.—Erfe Observer.
We also endorse every word of the above state
ments. We presented oar bill for advertising to
J. T. Lloyd in person, and he refused to pay on the
ground that we bad attacked him. This was a
falsehood, and he.knew it at the time; be only
made use of it as an excuse to escape ,an honest
debt. The above statements show that he has
been carrying on this cheap way of advertising,
as be thinks it, rather extensively. In regard to
his maps, we are compelled to condemn theta' as
most miserable failures. We had several of them,
but were compelled to lay them aside as utterly
EXAAIINATIOIeI OF DRAFTED MEN.
THIRD WARD, HARRISBURG.
312 G u n t on Bollinger, furnished substitute.
313 David D Liddy, exempt; under age.
314 Jacob Greenawalt, sick ; failed to report.
315 T Rookbill Smith, exempt; non-residence.
316 William Hummer, exempt; disability.
317 Peter Altmyer, exempt; disability.
318 Besjamin S Runkle, furnished substitute_
319 Bartholomew M'Que, exempt;
320 Joseph Frost, sick; failed lo report.
321 Charles Waltz, postponed.
322 John M Thome, exempt; under age.
323 Oliver Curtis, exempt; Nay son of a widow,
524 If A Van Trump. exempt; disability.
325 George Martin, failed to report.
326 henry Steese, postponed.
327 Samuel Hall, exempt ; disability.
328 Samuel Haffanger, failed to report.
329 Mosee NOW, exempt; nett-tesident.
330 Thomas B Nolan, exempt; only son of a
331 W 0 Cook, failed to report.
332 Leopold Freedmen, exempt; alienage.
333 Jacob Spolfard, exempt; disability. •
334 Henry C Sheaffer, exempt; only son of a
335 John M'Onrk, exempt; disability.
336 Benjamin F Bowman, postponed,
337 J P Norton, exempt; over age.
338 Samuel Wolfe, did not report.
339 L W Ten Eyck, did not report.
340 Q A M'lllwain, exempt; disability.
341 A B Miller, did not report.
342 G B Ayer?, did not report.
343 John A "I filer, exempt; disability.
344 W A Parkhill. postponed.
345 Joseph R Markley, failed to report.
The Democratic County Convention met in the
Court House, at 2 o'clock p. m., and organized by
the election of Dr. A. Patterson, of Harrisburg, as
President; George Bowman, of Millersburg, and
George Bailey, of Harrisburg, as Vice President;
and Dr. Jackson Sheaffer, H. B. Wood, George F.
Weaver and John Westfall, as Secretaries.
The following gentlemen answered to their
names and took their seats as delegates of the
Harrisburg—First Ward—George F Weaver,
Seeond Ward—Daniel Wagner, A Patterson,
Third Ward—George Bally, Wm K Verbeke.
Fourth Ward—L Barnhart, H B Wood.
Fifth Ward—Thomas J. Osler, Joa H Bowman.
Sixth Ward—A - gorge B. Bgle. C A Wilhelm.
Middletown—North Ward—William Smith, D
South Ward—Guido Bumbaugh, J Schaeffer.
Middle Ward—Solomon Landis, Benry Smith.
Stisquehanna—J A M'Allizter, J LiTingaton.
Swatara—W Treviok, D F Smith,
Lower Swatara—W K Wilson, S L Swartz.
West Londonderry—A J Laird, Wm V Beck.
Bait Lendendorry—John Branhan, Qeo M'Can.
Conewago—George Redsecker, Joseph Strite.
Deny—John Wolhaven, Henry Myers.
South Hanover—D Shaffner, Henry Crist•
East Hanover—Thee Keen, Jno A. Poorman.
West Hanover—G W Finney, S Glassbrenner.
Lower Paxton—George Shoop, George Runyan.
Middle Paxton—Capt Jno Kennedy, R Simmons.
Millersburg Borough—G Bowman, Wm .7 Seal.
Jackson—John Enders, Philip Witman.
Jefferson—James Horning, John Hoffman.
Halifax—Dr H R Casslow, H Bowman.
Reed—John C Walden, William Warner.
Upper Paxton, L Lebo, Emanuel Lenker.
H Reed, Edward Koppenheffer.
Washington—U D Fence, George Gilbert.
Lykens—A Betz, John Mann.
Gratz—J BatangtoU, M Belton.
Wiconisco—J C M'Elarney, John J Wallace.
Dauphin—J N Sponsler, J R Usaberger.
Mr. M'Allieter, of Susquehanna, moved that the
President of the Convention appoint three gentle
men to act as conferees in conjunction with three
similar conferees from Lebanon county in the se
lection of a candidate for Senator, which was
agreed to, and the President appoltited J. M.
Kreiter, of Harrisburg; Geo. W. Bowman, of Mil
lersburg, and Henry Smith, of Middletown, as
The convention then proceeded to the nomina
tion of two candidates for the Legislature. When,
on motion, Captain J. Wesley Awl, of Harrisburg,
and Charles H. Zeigler, of Reed township, were
nominated by acclamation.
For Sheriff, John Raymond, of Middletown, re
ceived 45 votes; Oliver Edward, of Harrisburg, 15
votes; John B. Crouse, of Dauphin, 4 votes, and
F. A. Murray, of Harrisburg, 2 votes.
Mr. Raymond having received a majority of all
the votes cast, was declared duly nominated, and
on motion, the nomination was made unanimous.
For County Commissioners, T. Allen Hamilton,
of Harrisburg, Wlte nominated for three years, and
Jacob Buck, of Upper Paxton, for 1 year, in place
of Henry Moyer, deceased.
For Recorder, James Horning, of Jefferson, re
ceived 38 votes; Levi H. Blessing, of Harrisburg,
10 votes, and Mary Techtmoyer 7 votes.
Mr. Horning having received a major ity.of all
the votes east, was, on motion, declared the unani
mous choice of the Convention for Recorder.
John Back, of West Hanover, Woo nominated for
Director of the Poor.
James M'Cormiok, of Harrisburg, was nomina
ted by acclamation as the candidate for Auditor.
Mr. Bowman, of Millersburg, offered the follow
ing resolutions, which were unanimously adopted !
_Bewailed, That we intend to regard and main
tain and carry out, to the fullest extent, the Con
stitution of the United States, in all its parts and
Resolved, That "we hold that the government
was made on the white basis, by white men, for
the benefit of white men and their posteaity for
Resolved, That we re.efirm, re.adopt and ap
prove the platform and resolutions of the Demo
cratic State Convention, held at Harrisburg on the
17th day of Jane last.
The following gentlemen were announced as the
County Committee for the ensuing year; to wit:
First Ward—A J Wickert.
Second Ward—Benjamen L Forster.
Third Ward—J Id Kreider.
Fourth Ward — William M'Fadden,
Fifth Ward—Win F Osier.
Sixth Ward—Wm Morris.
Middletown—North Ward—David P Leecure.
South Ward—John H Snavely.
Middle Ward—Henry Smith.
Susquehanna—J A M'Allieter.
Swatara—Richard T Leaman.
Lower Swatara—W K Wilson:
West Londonderry—Henry Gross:
East Londonderry—Henry Teehtmoyer.
South Hanovor—Ds D 0 Keller.
East Hanover—Daniel Urioh.
West Hanover—David Glasebreuner.
Lower Paxton—John J Crum.
Middle Paxton—Dr Lewis Heck. -
Millersburg Borough—B Witmer.
Reed—B S Duncan.
Upper Paxton—Josiah B Weaver.
J B Beater.
Wiconisco—J C M'Alarny.
Dauphin Borough—Dr. J. R. Umberger.
On motion it was
Resolved, That the Committee have power to
choose their own Chairman.
When, on motion, the Convention adjourned
A. PATTERSON. Preaident.
GEO. W. BOWMAN, Vice Preste.
OEO. R WEAMEIL,
H. B. WOOD, Secretaries.
POLICE AFFAIRS.—Before Alderman
Several commitments for petty offences transpired
yesterday. The following eases of drunkenness
and disorderly conduct were before the magistrate:
Mary Bailey, arrested by officer Fry. Dis
Catharine Little, arrested by WIMP Essig and
Cline. Discharged. Catharine was picked up at
Camp Curtin, where she was found in a very di
George Myers, arrested by caller Cline. Die.
John Booney, colored, arreated by officer Stools.
This negro, who broke his promise on Monday, by
not pin home. w as Yeeterdcy brought up for the
same old offence—getting drunk. This time, for
tunately, his employer secured him and compelled
him to go borne.
Tan Yortan Max's ORNTRAL Dam/Kovno CLUB
will meet this evening, at I o'clock, in Brant's
CENTRAL DEMOCRATIC CLUB.
The uridersigne4, feeling the importance of a
cordial and united effort to sustain and secure the
election of State and County nominations of the
National, Conservative Democratic party in Octo
ber, in pursuance of a resolution heretofore adop
ted,invite the eo-operation of all who are friendly
to the cause of the Democracy, the Union and the
maintenance of the Constitution, in organizing a
a Young lifen's Central Democratic Club; and for
this purpose, request their attendance at Brunt's
Hotel on Wednesday evening, Sept. 9, at seven
The foes of Civil Liberty, breakers of the Con
stitntion—enemies of the Union as it was, are
moving every appliance of unrighteous power to
seduce the virtue of the people, trample on their
most sacred rights, and confirm the projected des
potism of Force over the Freedem 411.1:1 Equality
which has been bought for us by the precious blood
of our Fathers as a heritage to their posterity for
ever. Vigilance, energy, and a determination to
stand by at all hazards, these, the birthrights of
every American Citizen in this the hour of their
peril, will insure their preservation; an indiffer
ence to the unspeakable blessings they bestow,
may end, too late to be regained, in their destruc
tion. Their keeping has been sacredly entrusted
to the People—unaided and unawed this duty de
volves alone upon them.
To the end that we may be ready to meet the
great issues before ns, the undersigned earnestly
invoke their fellow-citizens—and especially the
young Democracy of this district—to assemble at
the time and place above stated, and lend their aid
and sanetion to the task of securing upon a general
plan an effective local organization of the party for
a free, full vote at the coming election and to carry
out, so far as possible, the great purposes of Ne
tional Conservatism and Constitutional Liberty
George Prince, , George Bailey,
James M Bay, Edgar E Ebert,
John A Bigler, James Forster,
M H Lee, D J Brougher,
J Tansig. Samuel Billing,
George J Shoemaker, H Zimmerman,
J B Ewing, James O'Donnell,
Thomas C. MacDowell, John Knepley,
J C M'Alamey, G B Egle,
W K Wilson, George Powell,
William White, Jos S Royal,
Allen Steel, Thos G Sample,
H Stewart Wilson, John H Brant,
Peter Kerr, James Dunlap,
Eli Strickler, elms T Hippa,
George Fleeter, Jacob D Epler,
Daniel Erisman, Robt Toy,
Jacob Yoke, J W Lescure,
Levi Sullin, Geoge Ahrmfregel,
0 Edwards, W C M'Gann,
Franklin Z Steelier, Levi H Blessing,
Israel Hanlen, R H Hummel,
E J Basher, John C Culp,
G H J Beatty, J M Castle,
William Mitohner, T F Maloney
William H Egle,Henry H Boyle,
William H Carerry, James U
George F Carl, Henry Kepple,
Frank A Murray, George H Neuer,
James H M'Allister, C D Walter,
F Asbury Awl. J P Crull,
E Perkins, James A Gilmore,
Joliet C Moyer,Thomas W Anderson,
George Krichaum, Thomas P Wendell,
George Orth, John Campbell,
John H Leaman, F B Fehleison,
George Robinson, BeNamin M'Namara,
Joseph M'Clellan, Frank Johns,
William It Redman, John Hindt,
James M Shanklin, William H Hippie,
Harry B Harris, George Myers,
William D Carson, ' A Robinson,
John Do Witt, - A Cooper,
George Earnest,. R Gavin,
William F M'Coy, William H Holmes,
John Handiboe, Daniel M'Carty,
Thomas Grier, Dennis Boyle,
Samtiel Snyder, Henry Ward,
Daniel Daugherty, H M Irwin,
Jacob Reel, U J Jones,
George L. Mytinger, Jona Barrett,
Robert Gilmore, Harry Slep,
Thomas N Brooke, R E Ferguson,
J W Cooper, Charles P Fairlamb,
John C. Barr, D M Castle,
John Brady, George J Ginkinge,
William H Morgan, J W Bush,
W D Boas, William S Holman,
H F hPßeynolds, William A Ball,
Jamei W Morgan, Benjamin L Forster,
George F Weaver, Jr,
Samuel M Ebersol, John A Haller,
J W Awl, George W Feist,
James B Irvin, H Zimmerman,
John MlDermot, William S Reichard,
Jacob P Barringer, W J Bergstresser,
Francis S Seiler, Louis Brininger,
John W Brown John Kammerer,
W J Maglanchlin, Harry Soock,
S U Celeetoek, George Weidler,
Wm P Coulter, William Wilt,
W K Alricks, Luther Reese,
G Edwards, William F Bay,
Jacob Levi, Michael Hair,
E P Lesoure, Peter Fitzpatrick,
John Mytinger. William J Boyle,
Louis Wyetb, George Rice,
James Fitzgerald, Joseph H Barger,
J S Vendling, Joseph Rhine,
John Runk, Jr, Isaiah T Bowman,
Ovid F Juhaeoe, Samuel Kunkle,
William Weil, P H Ryan,
W D Jack, Richard Updegrove,
George W Cole, John B Tomlinson,
G Critzman, William Umberger,
W G Rees, V G Chandler,
Henry Emanuel S S Davis,
William 0 M'Faden, C Genibe,_
William F Osier, W H M'Mazins,
Edmond Baiern, John Kehr, •
James M'Gowan, Frank Rhine.
S S Barrett, ' James Dougherty,
' B F Work, William Dougherty,
• Samuel Haldeman, and others.
Naw FALL Goons.—We have now received and
are opening a beautiful assortment of WM style
dress goods and other goods.
Splendid assortment of new delaines.
All colors of plain alpacas.
New style of plaid dress Dodo.
Fine black bombazines.
Black and colored paramattas.
5 pieces of black 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.
Bleak alpacas, all qualities.
White linen and hemstiohed pocket handker
10 doz. Balmoral skirts, from $2 50 up.
Large assortment of hoop skirts.
Hoop skirts at 75 center, $1 00, $1 50, and all
White cambric muslin s and jaeonnetts, nansooke,
Irish linen, Swiss milling, and a great many other
new goods. S. Laws.
Pennsylvania Militia and Recruiting Claims,
United States pension, bounty, arrears of pay and
subsistence elttime, duo., Ac., /to., made out and col
lected by EUEIRNB SNYDER,
Attorney at Law, office. Third street, Harrisburg,
UHQ re (MULL ALB UfrlB.—A large
and hominid assortment of Photograph Albums
jnat received and for sale cheap, at KNOOUWEI,
il 9 . 93 Market street•
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To Horse Owners.
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so many otherwise valuable horses nearly worthless.
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many years, anc it gives entire ratiafrotion.
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QUAKERTOWN, N. S., May 8, 1858.
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jy3l &tiara. New York
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EDITOR OF PATRIOT AND UNION
Dear Sir :—With your permission I wish to say to the
readers of your paper that I will send by return manic/
all who 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, Tan,
Freckles, and all Impurities of the Skin, leaving the
MUM soft, clear, smooth and beautiful.
I will also ir ail free to those having Bald Heads or
Bare Paces, simple directions and information that will
enable china to start a full growth of Luxuriant fair,
Whiskers z or a Moustache, in less than 30 days. All
applications answered by return mail without charge.
THOS. P. CHAPMAN, Chemist,
je2l3-11md No 831 Broadway, New York.
By ordering Calomel and destructive minerals from the
supply tables, has conferred a blessing on our sick sol
diers. Let him not stop here. Let him order the dis
continuance of "Bleeding,'" and the use of BRAND-
I - Milli PILLS in the place thereof. Then will
commence a sinew era" in the practice of Medicine,
which would then become emphatically
THE HEALING ART
I have for thirty years taught that no amused an-
Lion could be cured by mercury or tartar emetic. That
the human body could only be ~m ade whole , ' by c'veg-
etable food"—Animal food tieing, in fact, Condensed
vegetables. BRANDILETHT PILLS amnia be in
every Military Hospital. Theme Pile ewe BILIOUS
DIARRHOEA, CHRONIC DIARRHOI a, CHRONIC
DYSENTERY, and all fevers and Affections of the
Bowels, moaner and mute surely than any medicine in
the world. BRAN - /ETU'S PILLS in these eases
should be taken nig- 1 d morning. Read direction/
and get new style
CASE 01 "USCOE K. WATSON
Dr. B. Brandrsth, Ncto York:
8116; I wat a priviktO in co. d , 17th Regiment, New
York Vols. While at garrison's Landing and on the
Rappahannoclenear Falmouth, I and many of the Com
pany were sick with bilious diarrbcea. The Army Bur
geon did not cure us, and I was reduced to skin and
bone. Among tho Company were suite a number of
members who had worked in your Laboratory at Sing
Bing. They were not sick, because they need Brand
reth* Pills. These men prevailed upon me and others
to use the Pills, and we were all cured in &Om two to
five days. After this our boys used 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, it necessary, the entire Com
pany would sign.
I am, respectfully, yours,
ROSOON R. WATSON. Sing Sing, N. Y.
Principal office, 294 Canal street, New York.
Nor sale zu Harrisburg by GEO. H. BELL.
IMPORTANT TO FEMALES.
DR. CHERSRMANPS PILLS.
The combination of ingredients in these Pills are the
result of a long and extensive practice. They are mild
in their operation, and certain in correcting all irregn-
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whether from cold or otherwise, headache, pal in the
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OR. CHEESEILIN a ?laza
was the commenomnen o smear e Sat Matson of
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signed so many to a presucau rep b lididilaeas
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invaluable, 4arlital4g, lvith c otaiaty, periodical ragtag,
ity. They are known to thousands,who have usedthem
at different periods, throughout the country, having the
sanction of some of the most eminent Physicians in
Rzplictit directions, stating takes they Mould sot be
used, with each Boz—tbe Price One Dollar per Box,
containing from 50 to 00 PiDe.
Pins sent by mail, promptly, by remitting to the
Agents. Sold by Druggists general-Y.
R. B. HIITCHINCIS, -ProViet"?
20 Cedar street, New York.
Hold in Harrisburg, by 0. A. Bannvart.
a" Mechanicsburg., by J. 8. Hallett.
" Carlisle. by 8. anliott.
" Ethippeusburg, by D. W. Rankin.
Cbarobereburg, by Miller & Hershey_
" Hummeistown, by George Wolf.
" Lebanon, by George Rose. dece-d&wly
Was the only "Preparation for food front In.
dian Corn" •
That received a medal and honorable mention from the
Royal Commissioners, the competition of all prominent
mannfacturers of "Corn Starch" and "Prepared Corn
[lour" of the and other countries notwithstanding.
The food and luxury of the age, without a single fault.
One trial will convince the most skeptical. Makes
Puddings, Cakes, Custards, Blanc Mange, &c., without
isinglass, with few or no eggs, at a cast 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, 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 peerages, under the trademark
Malmo, with direetioos for use.
A most delicious article of food for children and in
valids of all ages. For sale by Grocers and Druggists
Wholesale Depot, 166 Fulton street.
THE ELEVENTH ANNUAL
PENN'A STATE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY,
WILL BE HELD AT
ORR ISTOWN, MONTGOMERY CO., PA.,
September 9th and 30111 and Oetober Ist and
Norristown is about 17 miles west of Philadelphia, on
the Schuylkill river, and is accessible by,railway to
every portion of the State,
The Grounds are beautifully situated, containing 28
acres of ground with fine large buildings thereon erec
ted, together with large amount of sheddir g. The
track is said to be one of the beet half mile tracks in
the State, Tha premiums are the heaviest ever offered
by the society, amounting to about VON. The pre
miums for all grades of cattle exceed $lOOO, five of
which are $3O each, 19 from $25 to $l5, others running
down to lesser rates. Best herd not leaf; than 15 head,
first poeinium $4O; second premium, $25.
Horses for all grades the premiums exceed $1350.
The highest $lOO ; 22 between $2O and $3O, and others
ranging from $l5. $lO and $5 For Sheep and Swine the
premiums range from $lO to $5 and $3.
For Poultry there is a long list of premiums from $2
to $1 eacb . In the following classes most liberal pre
miums are offered : Ploughs, Cultivators, Drills, Wa
gons, Reaping and Mowing Machines, Cutters. Corn
Shellers, Cider Mills, Pumps, Buckets Tin Ware,
Leather and its Manufactures , Gas Pictures, Marble
Mantles, Butter, Flour, Grain and Seeds, Vegetables;
and also for Domestic and Household Manufactures,
Cloths,Carpets, Satinet, Shirting, Sheeting, Blankets,
Flannls, Shawls, Knit Goods, Needle Work, &c.
Bread, Cakes, Preserves, Jellies, dr o
',urge premiums are offered for every variety of Fruit
and Flowers The Floral Tent will be the largert over
erected by the Society, and will form one of the most
attractive features of the exhibition. Fruit, Grapes
and Wine will be exhibited in this department.
The Pennsylvania Railroad and Norristown Railroad
have arranged to carry articles for exhibition to and
from the Exhibition freight free, requiring the forward
ing freight to be paid, which will be repaid shipper
when goads are returnedlo the elation whence shipped.
It is hoped to effect the same with other important
Excursions at reduced rates will be run on all the
Entries can be wade at the t.fhce, la Norristown, after
the 4th day of September. all articles must be en
tered on the books on or before Tue , day evening, Sep
tember 29th Exh;bito , s must become members.
Membership $l.OO, with four Coupon Tickets each, one
of which will admit one person to the Pair once.
SINGLE ADMISSION 25 CENTS.
Ei7.. A List of Premiums and Regulations can be bad
by addressing the Secretary . .
THoMAS P. KNOX, President.
A. Baowuri Louclayea, Secretary, "t
No.riatoww, Pa. s an 23
SECRET DISEASES !
THE MOST OEATAIN 'REMEDY EVER TrEELD.
Yes, a Panties Curt!
BALSAM COPAVIA ¢ 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.
Ones in from two to four dam and recent Mei is
No exposure, no trouble, no change whatever.
Price male packages, $2; Female, $3. Sold by
D. W GROSS & 00.
Bent by mail by DESMOND & 00., Box 161 Phila. P
SORES : THEIR CAUSE A DEPRAVED CON
DITION OF THE VITAL FLUID,
SCROFULA ULCERS., SORES SPOTS, TET.
REATEEL S, G A LE
S, BO ILS, SYPHILIS OR VENE
B 090 T AND HE RB JUICES
Is offered to the public as a positive sure. Banishes all
impurities of the blood and brings the system to a
healthy action '
cure those Spots, Tatters, 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
tide cf the poison.
FEMALES! , FEMALES!
In many affections with which numbers of Females
suffer, the ROOT AND HERB JUICES Is most happily
adapted, in Ulcerated Uterus, in White; in bearing
down, Palling of the Womb, Debility, and for all cone
plaints incident to the sex.
DO NOT DESPAIR.
Keep out of hospitals. Here is a cure in any case foil
$5. Price $1 per bottle, or six for $5, with full direc
tions. Sold by D. W. GROSS & 00.
Sent by Express carefully pad) ed by
GESMOND & 00,,
jp,n4-ly Box 151 Phila. P.O.
THE BEST FAMILY SEWING
WHEELER & WILSON'S.
NEW OFFICE, Market Square, next to Colder's
tEr Call and see them in operation.
A general assortment of machinery and needles eon.
etantly on hand.
MISS MARGARET untr
Will exhibit and sell them, and also do all Innaa f
machine sewing on these machines in the best manner.
The patronage of the publicis respectfully solicited.
DYOTTVILLE GLASS WORKS,
WINN, PORTS ' NERAL WATER, PIORL3 AND
OP OVUM DESCRIPTION.
H. B. & O. W. BANNERS
oele-dly 27 South /front eteret, Philadelphia.
Will give information in all the affairs of life, absent
friends, sickness and death, and in respect to all other
subjects. She can be consulted at all hours of the day
GENTLEMEN 50 CENTS, LADIES 25 DENTS.
RESIDENCE IN MULBERRY ST.,
North Side, Second Door from River Alley.
Aug 22] N 0 . 20. By
E pALTH O MONEY 1 HAPPINESS I
At this season of year, when so mach sickness prevails,
every one should provide himself with DR. HUM
prawn!, HomowpATHIO MRDIOIN.IIB, and prevent
disease in its beginning.
A fresh supply always on hand at
FOR SALE.—The house and lot, situ
ated on the corner of aecood and North streets, in
the o'ty of rlarrisbaro. Title indisputable. For fur
ther information apply on the premises, to lift Joshua
L()FFEES AND 515VA.R8 OF ALL
GRADES, and at reasonable prices. for sale by
WM. DOCK, Ja., & CO.
NOT A RUM DRINK!
A highly Concentrated Vegetable Extract.
A PURR TONIC THAT WILL RELIVVE THIS Mr-
MIMED AND NOT MAKE DRUNKARDS.
DR. C. M. JACKSON ,
pH/LADEzn ird ,
.WILL EFFECTUALLY and MOST CERTAINLY CURE
ALL MEARES ARISING FROM
A Disordered 'Liver, Stomach or
Thoneavds o f our citizens are Reoffering from DYSPEP
SIA and LIVER DISBAS les. and to whein the following
questions apply—we guarantee
HOOPLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS
WILL CUBE THEM.
Dyspepsia and Liver Disease.
Do yen rise with a coated tongue mornings, with bad
taste in the month and poor appetite for breakfast? Do
you feel when yon first get up so weak and languid you can
scarcely get about? Do you have a dizziness in the head at
times, and often a dullness, with headache occasionally?
Are your bowels coeti es and irregular, and appetite change
able I Do you throw up wind from the atomeoh, and de
you swell up often ? Do you feel a fulness after eating,
and a sinking when the sumach is empty ? Do von have
heartburn occasionally ? DJ you feel low apiritsd, and
look on the dark side of things? Are you not unusually
nervous at times 1' Do you not become restless, and often
lay until midnight before you can go to 'deep ? and then at
times, don't you feel dull and sleepy most of the time't
Is your skin dry and scaly ? also sal ow? In short, is not
your life a burthen, full of forebodings?
Hootlandls German Bitters
Will ears over, me of
CHRONIC OR NERVOUS DEBILITY, DESSAU OP
THE KIDNEYS, AND DISEASES ARISING
FROM A DISORDERED STOMACH.
Observe the following Symptoms resulting from
Disorders of the Digestive Organs:
Constipation, Inward Filet).luea or Blood to the Head,
Acidity of the Stomach, Nausea, Heartburn, Disgust
for Food, Fulness or Weight in the Stomach, Sour
Erue.ations, Sinking or Fluttering at the Pit of the
Stomach, Swimming of t e Head, Hurried and
Difficult Breathing, Fluttering at the Heart,
Choking or Suffocating Sensations, when in
a lying posture, Dimness of Vision., Dots
or Webs before the Sight, Fever anti
Dull Pain in the Head, Deficiency of
Perspiration, Yellowness of the
Skin and Eyes, Pain in the Side,
Back, Chest, Limbs, &c,, &c,
Sudden Flushes of Heat,
Burning is the Flesh,
Constant Imaginings of
Evil, and great De
pression of Spirits.
There are many preparations sold under the name of
Bitters, pat up in quart bottles, compounded of the cheap.
est whisky or common rum, costing from 20 to 40 cents
per gallon, the taste diegniard by Anise or Coriander Seed_
This class of Bitters has caused, and will continue to
cause, as long as they can be sold, hundreds to die the
death of the drunkard. By their use the system is kept
continually under the influence of Alcoholic Stimulants of
the worst kind, the desire for Liquor is created and kept
up, and the result is all the horrors attendant upon a
drunkard's life and death_
For those who desire and well have a Liquor Bitters, we
publish the following receipt : Get One Bottle Hoofiaudis
German Batters and mix with Three Quarts of good
Brandy or Wailky, and the result wilt be a preparation
that will far excel in medicinal virtues and true excellence
any of the numerous Liquor Bitters in the market, and
will cost much, less. You will have all the virtues of
Roofiand , s Bitters in connection with a good artlole of
Liquor. at a much leas price than these inferior prepara
tious will coat you,
lloolland 9 s German Bitters
WILL enric YOU
A GOOD APPETITE,
WILL GIVE YOU
STRONG HEALTHY NERVES,
WILL WYE YOU
Brisk and Energetic Feelings,
WILL ENABLE YOU TO
nsip DI runivh-knt dELI
AND WILL POSITIVELY PREVENT
YELLOW FEVER. BILIOUS FEVER,
From Broken down and Delicate Constitutions,
Prom whatever came, either in
MALE OR FEMALE,
WLLL PIND IN
HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS
PP4IiNg ri II aii,79 la al 10_1. tfj
That will restore them to their usual health. Such lam
been the case in thousands of instances, and, a fair trial is
bet required to prove the assertion
THAT THESE BITTERS ARE
AND NOT INTENDED A A
3E3 "E "V" M riri. _EL ar 3EI .
The Proprietors have thousands of letters from the most
Testifying of their own personal knowledge, to the bens
tidal effects and medical virtues of these Bitt••rs.
prom Itair. J Newton Dam, D. D. SMUT of Ineyelo
pedis of Religious Ithowleoge.
Although not diepoe• u kg. favo• or recommend Pat
ent Medicines in general, through distrust of their ingre
dients and effects, I yet know of no sufficient reasons
why a man may not testify to the benefits he believes
hinkeelf to have received fr.— any situp. preparatioa,
in the hope that he may thus contribute to the boneAt
I do this morereadily in regard to "Rowland , . German
Bitters, ,, prepared by Dr. C. Pd. Jackson, of this city,
because I was prejudiced against them for years, under
the impression that they were chiefly an alcoholic MlT
tura. lam indebted to my friend. Robert Shoemaker,
But., for the removal of this prejudice by proper teete 4
and for encouragement to try them when suffering from
great and long continued debility. The use of three
bottles of these Bitters, at the beginning of the present
year, was followed by evident relief and restoration to a
degree of bodily and mental vigor which I had net felt
for six months before, and bed iliPOst despdred of re
gaining. I therefore thank Ood and my friend for di
recting me to the nee of them
J. NEWTON BROWN.
Philadelphia, June 23, 1861.
KIDNEYS and BLADDER,
In Young or Aged, Male or Female,
Are speedily removed, and the patient restored to health.
Thom enfforing from MARMAIN, WaetiN away, with
warmly any flush on their bones, are cared in a very Short
time ; one bottle in ouch cases w . . 11 have a moot ottrprising
X"..9.3ELMN 1 T13
Ravine enfl,ring children as above, end wishing to raise
them, will never regret the day they commeneed trittt
LITERARY MEN, STUDENTS,
And those working bard with their brain% should
wale keep a bottle of HOOPLAND'd biTT 1118 near
them, se they will And mneh benefit from its use, to both
mind and body, invigorating and not deprrasing.
IT IS NOT A LIQUOR STIMULANT,
And leaves no prostration
AND THE FRIENDS OF SOLDIERS.
We call the attention of all haying relations or friends
in the army to the fact that " HOOBL &ND'S German Bit
ters " will core nine-tenthe thi- diseases indue.3 by .13X
patur-ii and pr:vations incident to camp life. In the liste r
published almost de , ly in the newspaper*, on the arrival
of the -ick, it wi l be noticed th4t a very large proportion
are suffering from debi.ity. livery case of that kind can
be read'iy cured by ilootiand% German Bitters. We have
no hesitat.on in stating that if these Bitters were freely
need among our roloien, hundred. of listsmight be saved
that &herniae would be lost.
The proprietors are daily receiving thankful letters from
Ruff- rare in the army and hospitals, who have been restored
to health by the use of these Bith.rs, sent to them by their
BEWARE OF COVNTERFEITSt
See that the Signature of C. ffi. lackson
ID on the WRAPPER of each Bottle.
PRICE PER BOTTLE 75 CENTS,
OB BALE DOZEN for $4 09.
Should your nearest drugglit not have the article, do not
be put off by any of the intoxicating preparations that
may be offered .a its place, but send to us, and we will
forward, securely packed, by express
Principal Ogee and Manufactory,
No. 631 ARCH ST.
a- Gip I\7" 30 EA Oa 31111 1V" IS
(Successore to C. M. JACKSON & C 0.,)
-137. Per sale by Draggles and Dealing in every town in
the United Stens may2B4l,