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g , g , 7 .-110 sonnet motet 'oat question,
'•Oh no—we new inenthan Itint.m We
saw suvsnl things in rhfladsipkte week
Wore last that we - wouldn't ears about
;statical:rig its this mossitatlast. Bow aro
jos, , foaata?"
R. p. R, Will write soon. We ere selmarysow
that we have naively thus w Pus randy
Hope you are attioYinli 0 ,14,61 P flops
shill get Lack tU."Dizie" again together
One of these data.
Lorita.—tiot exactly, WP attempted • thing
of that kind once, nad_oaate out at the
m ot and of the horn. Doan go at • thins
•rideways Brirtis tlght ep M It, Nat he%
sod halt the difficulty will nodal' A AA.
.8. A. 11.-In the. book-keeplaB badman, are
you. We are glad-to know LUCA pals so
well. airs our regards to the
• types, and don't b. "too atlafounded laity
to write." By the way, we had • kqer
All well and flourishing.
I A. :H.-I:fed Bandlnee" real muse Is Eduard
• C, Adsow. We bellow* he has again re
amed the publication of "Ned Biathee:t
'(though some of his
. books lab not ) In oozy
*Teepee, of the most: desirable oharnotor,)
Arid a poet of considerable nallita. Bo
reckless fellow, sod, though probably 113
tuoch "sinned against ap sinning, 4 a good
waxy things could be said of War that
would not be flattering.
8.3:, Mosesnox. 2 —Air is a mixture of •itro
gon and oxygen gasses, with • small por
tion of ceiboniF dcid as and of the vapour
*trashiness gal= In Al ad' .
=lmola= ; iroer otalphdroodo eifingo, rat
rdir 41 .4 "1"1 -
POI, in , dry igsatigar, =gelatin mid ;
phareoun acid and ammonia in tonalities
t hero large quantities of coal am bitiledl
end trate.' of nitric, acid during =vire
thunder storms. :pew it hog constagnata
are nitrogen mud oxygen, which according
to lirmidOl- Mots"ttther"ttr ietstlW
bulks of about 79 and 21, or $0 and 2U.
. _ .
THINGS'ABOUT TOWN AND COUNTY
Cook's ,More, iv Mileatmarg. WWI rubbed
$1;00 in money rucl goods on Monday
A Usrn.welghing nearly four hundred
rounds was shot on the Cummings property
at Port Matilda last week.
EaeoA.—We made a. mistake Let week
saying'4,kst Mr. T. R. Itaynolde wee
erecting e uniriiirick building on Spring
We ehouiCkave said frame instead
Tut Ourrsa.—The guttir,at the Inter
!motion of Allegany and Bishop streets still
rejoices its ite , tridth and depth. We eaw
a two horse team trying to get through it
the other day, sod it had to drive side ways
to order to make the ascent on the Allegany
fureet side of it. That's a great gutter, it
is, and our borough fathers are great bor
ough fathers, they are.
Mlle. AOOlll BAYARD haring . tak . ealp her
residence in Keokuk, lowa, will expose to
public sale a ,tot of household and kitchen
furniture, at her former residence, In this
pl ice, on next Saturday week. Those de•
sirens of purchasing cheaply had better
attend. The sale will be under the ohoroe
of J If. Myers, esq.
UOVERICIIEST HAIRNieI FOR SALT AT BURN-
F IDL . F.—Thumu Burnside ba . ving been
made the agent for the sale of government
harness in this borough, requests us to ody
'Lithe has just received a heavy lot, uesil •
repaired and oiled and ready fur use, it
prices so low as to enable the poorest to
buy. Go to Burnside's and get a bargain.
llts advertisement will appear nett week.
W. HAT., Galen, .01141., forema%of the
'Nlunata,,Spy aisle has been getting marled
laßly to e, &His *We. We knew Hayes
well when he tfaiad to run the rade lie in Jer
sey Shore, and knew, )iin to by not a bad
sort of a fellow. Welber, he may have a
good time of it during his married life, an?'
finally reach that Heaven to which all
printers aspire, but to which, We fear, very
few of them ever get. Here ie to you,
'llayea,—we took a "snifter" to your ado-,
cesa last night,-and may your trintrimoa
tal barque glide placidly down the stream
Somerutta Nair.r-i-liessrs. Bromley &Ce.
or New York, have jueiieeued one of their
new Political Carioatueea, entitled "Here
dom at the South," which should be stack
upon the wall of every house in the lima.
It is a telling picture, and is one of the se
verest hits the aliolitioniets have ever re
ceived. They have oleo manufacturedi •
"White Mau's Badge," which should be on
the breast of averbeliever in the supremacy
of the while race. Either the badge or that
earLestare e•a be bed for twenty Sr. cents,
by fiddreeeing Brantley & Co., imx 4266,
Bit°ll ;Tail.--0n Saturday night last a
primner confined in, the jail in this place,
by the name or William Campbell, made
file escape by descending the heater through
the floors into the cellar, from whence be
emerged into the bed "yard, and scaled the
jell wall by means of a Idle of wood which
happened to he star at band. The titan
Lad been imprisoned for horse stealing,and
the sheriff Often fifty I L,IiIIIIII for his resat' ,
lure. The sheriff lima to be eeneured4or
this man't escape, as our old county jail
has bottoms too altitspidated to held a pris
oner of ingenuity or boldness, B&etitle one,
unless be is ironed. We need • new jail,
end then prisoneri *Snot essaye. In the
present instal's* 'tint •olan deserve* to get'
away for the, tretantnig he. ehOWed, and fr
the lessen he has - taught oar authorities n
regard -to the manner In wibioh prisoner's
might hare eaosped kereafter ; It is not
likely that any More will get away
srawling . down hue 'heater.
Twit WAIVE Woare.--By referriUg' to
'oar adverticiag colanutilt Will be seen that
our borough fathers have pealed an ordi
nano.. This shows that they are still alive
'and kicking, and able to talk, if pot able to
up that getter at the crossing of
Allegany and Bishop streets: But the or
dinance—they have imaged an ordinance.
Not an ordinance up gaiters, or any
thing so trifling aa that, but " an ordinance
to prevent' the waste. of water in the bor
ough of Bellefonte." .The, worthy fathers
onetime that the scarcity of water in the
lbarmtet_ . 4 alfrilintable. to tha fact.that by -
demote are often .oarelekely left running
ken they should be closed I 0, most wise
@mutilation I , Unwilling to lay the bindle of
the scarcity upon their pet water-works,
with which thej have already had more
trouble than the blamed. things ire worth,
they pile it all on to the eitisene, whom
they•oharrt with a perpetual mania for run
ning water, anti-especially thee° citizens
who have hydrants in their bank yards.
The fathers, therefore, in the plenitude of
their vriedom, have laid a line of fire dollars
upon each and every person whoshall here
after allow a hydrant to run longer then
necessary to draw's bnoltet of *Mei; and
stela inducement 14 idlers to turzo. toftle
tales" they offer hall the money toithe por
tions so informing.
(We would remark, parenthetioilly, that
there are two cows In • town that hare
habit of opening the hydrants to get a
drink, and always neglect to shut them. We
suggest that if caught at it again they be
fined also.) • •
With the spring we've got, capable water
works would supply this town with an
amount of water sufficient to keep all the
hydrants In the place in a steady' flow for
24 hours a day the year round. The peo
ple of this place pay an 'inordinate water
; and they have a right to as much as
they can use, without being compelled to
Save every drop that trickles from the by-
t - : -- Ttre - lact brthe irater.worki
always been bobbed, and there is no use in
trying to smooth the matter over.
TIM "Itql7A.t. MONTS tskAColl."—lt: will
be seen by the following letter, that an
• bearitet the -above-nettet-is- •
tilatedee in this state. tram the feet that
Meshes B. Graham, a respectable colored
barber, of this place, is secretary of the
association in Bellefonte, we would infer
that it Is either a colored organisation ex
clusively, or one in which °literati, persons
are considered et' a par with their white
companions. We incline to this latter opine
ion. The object of the association or
"League" is sufficiently.indioated by the
naree...by which it is tang& and front the
fact that we had never heard of its exis
tence prior to the darling of the letter
which we publish below, we are left to
judge that it is secret in its nature, and cal
culated to operate on the "know-nothing"
principle. "The letter which follows, and
which is 411111reesed to Itframe B. Graham,
the "respectable colored barber" aforesaid,
was found in the Street, and handed to le
for publication some time since. We forget
it, however, until in lately overhauling the
contents okour vest pockets, we found the
preCioas document among other papers
which 113 had stowed away for sniff keep
ing. We eve It entire, only remarking that
—Mesh" shout& be more careful of doou
meute that be do'ea.uot desire to have meet
the public eye :
OFFICIO OF STATE
717 Lombard Phila.,
July 2 ;4 . 865.
Y. S. Gra'sam, See. of E. R. L., Bills ee l
Sin : The report of your League le heart
me, and es you have appointed two Repre
sentativee to the State League,. your Repro.
'natation fee will be fifteen cfstllars.(Sls 00)
according to article let, Couttitutlp, of
The annual meetingtof the State League
will be held at Harrisburg, on the 9th of
Augast, sad I beg to expfees tho'hdpe that
by that time you will have identified your
selves by the plment of the fee, and, that
your Representatives will be present.
Yours for Equal Rights,
J. C. WHITE, JR.,
See. Slate League.
nonneitr.—We understand that on Mon
day night last the bed room of Mr. J. Miles
Kephart, of thie place, was entered by some
portion or persoile unknown, and bis pooket
book, containing about $76, abstracted
from bie pantaloons while he was fast
asleep. The pantaloons wore found jitet,4
outside the chamber door, in the morns g,
very nicely rolled up, with the gee taßita
on to such an extent as to make :he room
The circumstances of this affair are such
as to remind one of the case of Mr. George
Jaokson, of Reynolds . ' bank, whose room
iu Mr. Kephart's hones US Mold intrinolt
the same reisper, nearly two yeare ago.
From the facenat Mr. William KephaFt ip
now the teller of the First National Bank,
the idea occurs to, us that it might have
been him the burglar was after, r under the
supposition that be might have f consider
able amount of Money about &is person.
A good detective °Meer I. moon needed in
this community, and Would be very likely
4,0 find out the whereabouts of this adroit
of Jolla Sheppard,
-11 by is it that the publio hoe never
let been enlightened as to the induce of
the Fourth of July Fundt , --Pren.
We will remark, for the information of
the Press editors, that 3fr• Furst published
his statement in the WATCIIIIIAN, and also a
call fora meeting of the subsoribers to . that
fund to determine what should be done with
the balance ($427,181 Me in his hands. If
the small portion of the "public" that get
their informatiou from the columns of the
Press haver no. been advised Se to these
foals, it is because the Itetidlaber of
paper would not pilut them without being
paid for it.
00911 . THII Paixrsas F.lll PLiY. NN
Its've eilece 'of tlttvlde which we wish to
fiz firmly and hileitigy_ Upon am P 4 iblio
mind, arid tbal is—give the . printers fall'
play. Do not forget that It, °maw sonsething
to ' , puff" as well se bw advertise, and never.
sponge upon a printorhs goy way whatever.
It Is printer's Ink tli*t tanker nine-tenths of
your fortunes ; it Ickes' money tobuilnk,
type, paper ; add rer, — afletralt UNs, feW are
the thanks that the printer gets. dittt the
printer fair play. and give up all expecta
tions of gratuitous puffing, Mo. The great
American Stateetlikn, Daniel Webster, was
tlgjit when be remarked of the press, "Small
is the sum required to patronise a newspa
per t amply rewardod its patron, oars I
not how hi n mble and unpretending ,the p
led* whils - tie takes. It le nein() xmpos
lible to 611 a sheet with printed matter
without putting Into It something that is
worth the subscription price."— Jpr. e
A 30111111141 Fwentext.—AS the following
item frem an exchange suits this locality,
wie copy it Witliont y comment :
"A new fashion has just been insugursted
among the ladies, and..it is one of the few
late introductions in dress that ik• to be ad
mired—lthe fashion of> reasonably short
skirt'. The pithy trailing skirts that
away With the vocation of street, , sWeepers
and scavengers, have been laid aside, and
neat, clean, short ones have taken their
place. The ladies Who have taken the ad
vance in this revolubinu of fashion among
us, are entitled to admiration and mein for,
their good sense and taste.
A HICIVT Court/.—There are at present
living in' Meehanlnert., in liovr,ard town
ship, in this County, a niartied couple whoop
united ' weight *Mclnnis to over six hun
dred pounds—Mr. John Leathers and his
wire. The former weighs 262 pounds and
the latter 402 pounds. This Immense mass
of humanity livea together in the utmost
harmony, and enjoys e x cellent health. Mrs.
Leathers Weighed only 90 pounds when she
was married and has acquired, all her sur
plus flesh stone that happy t mi. The
couple are a ' surlosity and are worth going
A DCTY.—Let every Dctii;:drat support
his local paper. Let him throw all the
printing and advertising he can to its office.
Hnoonrage and strengthen it. Remember
has much to contend with. Money, power
and an immense "annual patronage. .
every true Democrat who loVes hie pried=
plea rally to the suppoit of the Democratic
press. A gubernatorial Contest of the
.• ••• • • . •• . 4o the people ef-Penn-
Sylvania will soon be upon us. The press
have a hard battle to fight. Prepare them
for it. If Democrats will stick to and aid
their local presses, all will' be *ell.—Ez
Twoan CUM Or RILILS Ca ft eb.—Ry Dr.
&rickla ' Pile Reminlyi Mr. than uffanes
vine, Wisconsin, writes for -the benefit of all
who suffer With the Piles, that he has been trotb
led fbr eight years with an aggravated cue of
nee, Mid his brotrialuaa-disehazged from the
army Os incrable, (he being'quite paralysed with
the Piles.) Roth these distressing eases were
cured with one bottle of Dr. Strickland's Pile
Remedy. The recommendation of these gentle
men, beside the daily testimonials received by
Dr. Strickland ought to convince those suffer
ing, that the molt aggraiated chronic cues o
Piles are eared by Dr. Strickland's Pile remedy
it is mold by Druggists everywhere.
Wets oil Borte Eres.—Dr. fltrickland's
Eye Lotion is warranted to be the best remedy
in the world for weak and sore eyes. Price 26
cents. Sold by Druggists. ,20—ly
The Bellefonte Market+..'
Corrected Weekly by Hofer it- Keller, Hain St
The following are the quotations up to 4
o'clock.on Thursday evening, when our paper
went to preset
White Wheat, pt bushel
tied Wheat, per bushel...
Rye, per bushel
Shelled Corn, par bushel.
Oats, per bu5he1..... .......
Barley, per bushel
Buckwheat, per Inishel.
Cloverseed, per VOW..
Potatoes, per bushel
Eggs, per dozen
Lard, per pound....
Bacon, per p0und...... .
stork, per pound
Tette 4V per pound ...... .
Butte ,per pound
Rags ,roun p er
Platter, in .
d ...... ..
IRON CITY COMMERCIAL COLLEGE
NATIONAL TELEGRAPPI INSTITUTE
F. W. JaNKIX•I,
J. C. Sutra, A. Ilf.; } Principals.
First College Building, Car. Penn & St. Clair Sta.
Second " " Odd Fellow's Building; Bth St.
Third " " No*. 28 and 28 St. Clair St
am rut& FOR TEM WENS ENDING Nov. 18,1886,
C A Crawford, Hopkinton, Delaware Co, lowa
J A flammeraley, Ft Smith, Sebastian Co, Ark.
J Strawbridge Sharon, Mercer Co, Pa.,
CO Moore, Sll Ton, 4,1 4.
SJ MoPherra Alexandria, Hunt. Co, Pa.
C H Ruhl, Ai egheny City, Pa.
W N Coffin, Belmont, Bal. Co, Ohlr.t. , " ° " •
B W Elliott, 0 41 .1
W D Poling, Hilda, Allen Co, Ohio.
W. L.Harr, Ginger Hill, Wash Co, Ohio.
t.Adirrgo,.., Middle Ferry, Brooke Co, W Va.
P almer, Cbambereburg, Frank Co, Pl 4
W Hoffer, Chattittersburg, i• di
P Hansen, Pittsburgh, Pa.
A. D. Lutz, Circleville, Pickaway Co, Ohio.
.1 C Bagers..Cooperstowb, Vennzgo Co, Pa..
J L Boomer, Richumd,.Wayne Co, Ind.
C Willis, Glenville, Hartford Co, Md.
C Anderson, Steubenville, Jeff. Co, Ohio.
R Morrow, Arch Springs, Blair Co, Pa.
6 A Taylor,Rafe Harbor, Lancaster Co, Pa.
'l' Morgan, Allegheny Co, Pa.
A k Porter, Malts, Morgan Co, Ohio.
J A Stavely, Natrona, Allegheny Co, Pa.
KYI Hull, Summitville, Col. Co, Ohio.
Tiiirk, Mason City, Cerro Gordo Co, lowa,
M Collins, Randolph, Portage Co, Ohio.
J R Putt, Canton, Stark Co, Ohio.
0 A •Dobyne, Hollidaysburg, Blair Co, Pa.
For terms and information concerning tub
fixreff & Cottzt,
Do you went Whiskers or Moustaches} Our
Grecian Compound will force thew g'NM on he
smoothest fees or chin, or UM` crtr build heads, in
six weeks. Price $l,OO. Sent by moll Milywhere,
closely sealed, on roooipt of price. Address,
WARNER 4t CO., Box 08, Brooklyt if. Y.
THE BRIDAL OHAMBHH, as essay of
Weraing and histnetlon for young men—pub
limbed by the Howard Annotation, mind Rat free
of charge in sealed eavelore.. dares, Dr. J.
ROLLIN HOUGHTOM Howard'rAnion,
Tint lONathi & nasal Ottet
Orgam, torty ditto:out orPro adortoid ddi to sa
una sod s stskalprausio, for LP tot 600 916.
THIRTY-11TO GOLD or SILVER Immo,
or oihor era mealtime &warded them. Blue
trato4 Oatoloroia Leo. Ad4reas, ItABON
jIAMLIN, Booros, or MASON BLOTHERS,
lbw You. 'lO-33-17.
fMlP;Dasmusse, Buatnteen AA' C
treated with the atowit etteedee ty Dr. J.
r81.A.478, Oenliat ant strtfist, formerly et Ley
dear Trolland, No. 510 Tine street, Philadelphia.
Testimonials from the 'that" reliable sonnies in
the city and country may )se seets•at Mir opus.
The unedieel faculty are Write& to aosomphay
their patteota, as he has no manta in his prat.
tine. ARTIPIOIAL, RIPS Inserted „ssitheitt
pate. No et.arge mad, lbr examination:
July n. Ty.
ITC) I ITCH 1 ITCHI
SCRATCH' GeRATCII I SCIIATCH
Wheaton'* OhiGnontW will twin the LW* is 48
Nara Also etas* Salt rhown,
bird all eruption.* the et* Mos 50 coati.
To; Salo-by 'a Doggista
Gy minding 80 east' to. Weeks k Pottar.„Bole
Ajanta 170 Wsshington street, Boston, Masa,
it *ill be fbriostetod by snail, free of to
any pate the !faile d litatea not 67, '66-6m.
ARITEMBTIC or CONIMHPTkON.—Two
thln.shoes make one *old; two *olds, one attack
of bronchitis; two shanks of brouchitish, one
MI of thillaboie Illtete6S c6a be a.VOIRXD
by the timely vie 'at eller( Imperial Cough
Byinp—st sure and speedy remedy for ,Coughe,
Colds, Influenza. Hoarseness, Whooping-Cough
' fluid ererXwhere. June 23, 1806-Iy.
H APPINESd OR MISERY
THAT 111 TIM ciostrioac
All nervous sufferers/Mb:dad with sperms
torches'', Nominal emissions, loss of power, im
potenon &a. caused by Self abuse, sexual eases-
Sod and Impure connections, can hare the means
of self tutu furnished them, by add:easing, with
krOI.IN D. WILLIAMS, P. 0. box 2853:"
apr 14 ly Phildelphia, Pa.
A CARD Clergyman,
while residing in South America as a miuionary,
discovered . giro and simple remedy fcr the
Cure of Nereus Weakness, Marty Decay, Dis
tils's of the Urinary and Sea inal Civello's, and
the whole train of disorders brolfght on by
'hatietur - and vicious habits. Great numbers
/eve been already cured by this noble remedy.
Prompted by-a desire to benefit the 'afftioted and
unfortunate, / will send the recipe for preparing
and wing this medicine, in a sealed envelope,
to any one who needs it, Free 'of Marge.
Please bolos° n poet-paid envelope, addieued
to yourself. Address Jansen T. letwAs, Sta
tion D, Bible Douse, New York City. yyli-don
REEVES' AMBROSIA FOR THE BAIR
rrhe Original and Osman/ Ambrosia is pre
.' pared by J. ALLEO Misr es, and Es the best
hair dressing and preservative no* in use. It
stops tho heir felllbg out, caulls It to grow
thick and longNiod prevents It from tits - king
prehlaturely gray. 11 Cracliclites dandruff,
cleanses, hostilities, and renders the hair soR,
glossy, and curly. Boy it, try it, and be con
vinced. Don't be put olf with a spurious arti
ste. Ask for Reeves' Ambrosia, and take no
other. For sale by druggists and dealers in
fancy goods everywhere.
Price 75 cents per bottle-46 per dozen. Ad
drool; REEVES' AMBROSIA DEPOT, 62 Pal-
Wit aced. N V.
RHEUMATISM AND NEURALGLA.—Ri.-
perode remedies for these complaints hart,
been brought before the patine, gild used with
varying incense, as they generally nentalft some
curative qualities. Rut unfortunately for the
afflicted, they. are of little etAcitney. For often
they only . modify diseases, and do little towards
perfecting a radical cure. Rut the Great Inter
ne] ll'encal,TolinsoTeii K7Compound, offeetnal
ly baniehee the discuss° from the system. It is
beyond a doubt the surest and most :speedy
remedj , for Rheumetlem, Neuralgia, Gout, in.
ever used. It has gained the patronage an.
favor of persona, of erety rank, and the demand
ir steadily increasing. It le a prireless remedy
to those afflicted. Sold by Drtiggistei every-
Where. June 23, 1865.-fy.
HALL'S - VEGETABLE SICILIAN HAIR
11 RENEWER has proved Itself to be the
moat perfect preparation for the hair ever offer
ed to the ;madly ,
a vegetable compound, and conitkis.o
injlorious properties whatever.
IT WILL RESTORE GRAY HAIR TO ITS
ORIGINAL COLOR. •
It will keep the heir from falling out.
It cleanses the scalp and ;Oakes the hair sort,
lustrous and silken.
It Is a splendid hair dressing.
No person, old or young, should fail to use IL
IT IS REcommENtitt) ANt) USED BY
,THE FIRST MEDICAL AUTHORITY.' -
Aak for ltall'a Vegetable Sicilian /lair
Renewer, and take no other. •
R. P. bal & CO.
Nassau, N. R., Proprietors.
Fat gale by all druggists. angls '65-em.
This great line traverses the Northern
and northwest counties of Pennsylvania to the
city of Erie on Lake Erie.
It has been leased and is operated by the
PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD COMPANY.
TIER OW PASSENGER TRAINS AT LOPE HAVEN:
Erie Mail Train
Erie Etprees Train..,
Elmira Exwess Train
Elmira Mail Train
Erie Mail Train
Erie Express Train
Elmira Express Train
Elmira Mall Train,
Passenger care run through on the Mrie Mail
and Etpross 'trains without change both way■
between Philadelphia and Erie..
NEW YORK CONNECTION.
Leave New Xprk....
Arrive at EriV
Arrive at New York
No Change of Cars between Erie IS N. York.
ELMO ATIT SLICEPING CARB MI All Niglaa.lll.lll4.
For information rempeeting Paseenger busi
ness, apply at Co;, 30th and Market Streets,
And fur Freight businosie, l of the Company's
S. 11. Kingston, jt., Cot. Igtfi and Market
J. W. HeyuElds, Erie.
Wm. Brown, Agent, N. C. R. It., Baltimore.
H. B. HOUSTON,
Gen'l Freight Ag't,
11. W. OWINNER,
Gang Ticket Ag't, Phil's.
A. L. TYLER,
Gong Supt, 11411hunsport.
Oct. 13, 1365.
DR. TALBOTT'S PILLS, Anti Dyspeptib.—
Composed of highly concentrated Extracts
ROOTS AND OREM;
ofthe greatest medicinal value, prepared fro••
the original prescription of the celebrated Dr.
Talbott, and used by him with remarkable sue
mow for twenty years. 4n Etfailible . renkedy irf
Diseases of the Liver, or any derange-
Ment of the Digestive Organs, they
cure Diarrhoea, fryspepsia,
Bcorfula, Jamnfloe, Bilious
ness, Live! Oosodlit.
The well known Dr. Mott Idye of these PIN
"I have used the fornale from which your they
are made, in my pracribe for over 12 years
have the finest offset OVA the I t iver and' Diges
tive °rpm' of anymothichte he the world, and
are the most period. rorgative which has ever
yet been made by sagiody. Aft, ore safe and
pleasant to take, but powerful to core. Yhelf
penetrating properties stimulate the Thal active
Mee of the body, retool the Obstructimis of its
organs, purify the bled i and expel
They purge purge out the far humors yiffsieh breed
and grow distemper, stimulate siugish or dis
ordered organs lido their natural action, and
impart a healthy torte withstredgth to the whole
system. Not onlf do they sure the every day
complaints . of eleerybody, • but alb formidable
and dangerous diseaset and being wirer ymat
able are ftee from (did risk or harm. ' NIS Pe*orr
wreaks' once awed three Pills will weer be sf
out thews , ' -
They create pure blood aid remove all i
Titles from the syetetft, ranee are a peaty:*
for yor - Fevers, Headache, Piles, Mecurial Dis
eases, anVeriiditio Humots..l
Dries.— or Adults, one Pill In the morMag;
for oblYdtbs akar 8 years, half a Mut
Price $1 per box. Trull* supplied, qr
sat by mail, pm paid, to any pal or the 1 .
stows or Canada@ on receipt. 0f .0 11./06. None
pawns without the fee sludieref . Moat Tali. ,
It. 11011 TAMMIL/l t Ca.
10 Q . 84 huo*lffrdity Yorks
Jane .1„1860. -
m AND ISBERT IRON WARR; broskal
tared and fer Nils, wholesale sad Man.
at Rsapt's hißesbarg F.tairy,
rEINTLING NEATLY EXECUTES , ' A
THE WATCHMAN OFFICE.
;15ijiLt ;40v kJ
Ns* Mut AIM Wine ft ODD HIV
HlOll AlShip Xl** pit"
GOODS IT OLD SASHIOSSD SiDICISSt
HOFFER & KELLER,
• (Formerly Hoffer Bro's,} •
Would respectfully inform the world and the
rest of mankind, that they havejust opened out,
and are daily receiving a large
STOOK-OF 4300 - 6 ff Olf -AIX( HINDS,
which that a e oftering.atils very lowest mar.
Colsistlag of tlio latest stylus of ,
IMMO AND PLAIN ALPACAS,
►IDCIID AND PLAUI ALL WOOL DI 11.4FICS,
911111711113 D I'LMDS, • ,
Linen and Cotton Shootings,
Plain Colors, '
PLAIDS OW VARIOUS COLORS.
GEHTLIIIMEg'S WE R.
A full line of Cloths: Caasiniares, Satinettes
and Vesting, all-kinds and prices, which will be
sold sheep. We have constantly on hand. •
large and well Selected stock of all kinds of
• SALT, Ao
Which we will dispose of at-the fiery • leant.
All kinds of oongtry produce taken in exchange
for goods, and thiAigkest market prim aliweed.
FRIENDS AWAKE TO lota INTEREST,
' at Ito lieleatlalledlitalateasnanit-poitriasse4-
se well u your retie*.
Hellen:tete, dept. B,'ds-Iy.
628H00P SHIRTS. 628.—HOPRINS
"OWN MAKE" OF HOOP SHIRTS;
are gotten tip expressly tri'meet the wants of
They einistace a complete aiuMrtmelit of ALL
the kaw and DVIIIRAILSIIBII, dives, and
Length, for Ladies - lltiatid
are superior to all others suns In point of flytil
meiry, Finish, and Xhiraidlity; being made of
the finest tempethd ilfiglish steel springs—with
Linen finished novefing, and having all the me
tallic fastenings Immovably secured, by Improv
ed Machinery,. they retain their shape and
elasticity to the led, and di% nifratitad to glen
Also. constantly In receip of full lines of
good Nsltern Made SKIRTS, at very low
Priced. Skirts made tb order, altered and re
paired. Wholesale and retail, at Manufactory
&ad Siang Room.
Arch Street, above 6th, Philadelphia.
emu cash. One.trice only!
atm 7 'll5-4moe.
E - S - IPANCY FURS:I
. 718 ARCH St.,
have now In store
iy own Isparta
s, one of the tar
t and mast beset'.
For Ladies and Children's wear. in the 'ally
Also a line assortment of Gent'S Far ©lured and
I am enabled to dispose of toY goods at very
reasonable prices, and I would therefore solicit
a call from my friends of Cpntre county and vi
Remember the name, nun:ibex and street.
' JOHN FAHHIHA,
118 Arch St., above 7th, south 'Side, Philadelphia.
12.22 P. M
12.15 A. M
r.OO A 111
Vitt. I have no partner, nor connection With
any other store iu Philadelphia.
7.00 A. M
5.27 P. M
0 et.. 13 '6 6-4tp
7.50 P. M.
MUOICAL INSTR MENTS
GROVESTEEN & CO.,
.. 7.0 G P. M
3.40 A. M
.. 2.05 P. M
PIANO FORTE MANUFACTUB,ERS,
499 BROADWAY, NEW YORK
The attention of the public and the trade la
invited to oar
NEW SCALE, BEITEIf ettArli
Rom itood nano Foetal, which for volume and
purity of tone are unrivaled by any hitherto
offered in Maim market. They contain all the
FRENCH, GRAND ACTION, HARP PEDAL,
IRON FRAME, OVARSTRUNOySIii,
apd each initrument,being made under the per
sonal supervision of Mr, J. H. Groreeteen, Who
has a practical experience of
OVER Tatar/ YEARS
in theit menufsotare
Is FM ICNRo.4fristr
In evoty• partiotat,,,
THE "011,0VESTIA PIAI O FOATN"
RECEIVED Tlt6 RIGURST AWARD OW ISSIL ' IT
MIS /Mt OTHERS AT Till OILMBRATIO
Where were exhibited Instruments (rani WI best
makers of Lunde% Paris i llirgany Philadel
phld Begot New York and
also at the •Amerlcat firs tote for 1f to succes
sive yearn, the Gold teMi Silver Medals frodt
boa of which can be men at our *Meta:ens:
By the introduotioa of turprovemeate, we
make a still
MORE PERFECT 1 ( 142011 TORIE,
and by manufseturMg.htrgatt, wiR6
STRICTIrY CASH SITTEMi
11$ taibted to offer these, instrument!!! at a pace
ECLErtdi Jai gOIIPICTITION.
t..-+Sonan Octal*, roim'd oottat, Nome
wood Plan Cao, $276.
No. 2.—Soy Clotsaly, mini octants, Rona
wood Ilftliouldbrg, VIM
No. 3. - tat Oolaane round novitiate Now
wood Loots IV. a1i0:025,
Tenna.-110 coat is antroeft tent
Daeoriptive ettonigun pent fro*.
M USICAt iNSTILIIMENTB
The undersigned s i ej ove respeettlia.# ['Annul thi
public', sod efeistly _Oa of nun* that her-
Lig o funs ' ' fasausaansfer the sole
agency for e van of. ,_
STRINiIfA A scare I.lll.fol3,.ltAfiflN &
ilLitliblitll outilk 001FANII AKA -
- CAMAlM.Nilipliabla a COT
He is lagged to doltref to wins *haring
ott instruments the above at Madelphis and
New Teri ietail plena
Clan sent prompt dint a tlloillod, *Ulf
abiz ad itiould ipia on
N. .—Ereil ' ' irrnatradtod - fol.
) 1 " Pei-' •
• B. N. filialaNit,
MeV lanelingdse, Pesungrivaatai
A lm eat fin neay x zbriglbuir
4 4 , •zoput•d at tideollm
II 4 L Id ii Ot co , s
.LIIID k XT,RACT Itt CII U
Inor fitift-itetilitlon,or Inoootintrice of tir:r..,
itation, Inflammation dr Illorration of th..
ladder orAidneys, Dicey& of the Prostret,
eland, Rotfe la the Bladder, Calculus, °risco!
of Mick DOA Deposit, and ell Diseasos of the
Bladder, Kidneys, and Dropsical Swellings.
`HELMB . 9LO'S
FLUID EXT , BACT Btrellti
FOR WEAKNESSES ARISING Fit Oil EX
The Constitution owe affected with Orguntd
Weak i r requires the aid of medial*. to
Wen ed and invigorate the system, which
Helm le's Blitoot Beebe invariably does. It
no treatment be oublisitted to, Consumption or
VL•UID EXTRACT R-I;CIII;
in affections peculiar to Ipmitlos. is unequaled
by any other preparatkel i sr Chlorosls or Ile
tentloo, Irregularities, p fulness uor suppres
sion of coatoinary brae Como. Vicetated or
Behirrou 'tato of the Uterus, Leucorrhosa, and
all complaints incident to' the sem eliether aris
ing from habits of dissipation, imptudenciba, or
in the Deallne qr Change is
FLUID EXTRACT E UCH U
IMPROVED ROSt if.A.311
Will issileally tixtermltiato from the 'lntent dis
eases of Urinary Organs arising from Habitb elf
Dissipation at /info expense, little or no change
in diet, and no asp:wars; completely •aperso
ding those anploannit and dongeroue reined,..,
ttopaira and Mercury In ouriag sal these uuploaa•
ant and antler:nu diseases.
In all oases of the fr Amity Chicane, Whether ex
isting in male or female, from what're? manse
oliginating, and no matter of how long standing:
It to pleasant In taste and odor, immediate ill
in Its anti , and More strengthening than any
of the preparatidna of Bark or Iron.
't Lone stlfrerial !TOM : •• • . I
obstlf.utions t pkocare thn mined) , at once
The reader tenet be oral that ho*ever slight
may be the attack of the Aped diseases, it !: certain to effect the bodily health, mental pow
eri4 and happiness, and [hat of his posterity.
Mir flak end blood Stilt sepported !too
PHYSICIANS, PLEASE NOTICE.
We make no secret of:tips Ingredients. HELM
BOLD'S FLUID EXTRACT RUCH U Is com
posed of Bustin, Cnbebs and Juniper Berries, se
lected with great rare, and prepared in ♦ecuo
by tr. T. HELMBOLD, Druggist and Chemist;
of sixteen years' eeperienee in the city of PlSS
dielphla, And whisk Is now prescribed by the
toost eminentpftysiclans, has been admitted to
use in the United States Army, and is also in
Tory moral use in State Hospitals and public
Sanitary Instittitions throughout the land.
(From Di pessary of do Voila' Static)
DIOBMA CRYATA. BUCIIII LEAVES
PrOpertlef.—Their odor is strong, ditfu
sive, and somewhat stomatie; their tastes bit
terish, and analogous to mint.
Medias" Properlles wild ()Scots—
'ldaho leaves ate gentlAatimtflaal, with a ppeti
litr tendency to the (Meaty, Organs, producing
dieresis, sad like other similar medicines, espi
ting diapkoreaie, *hen cirelnaetances favor this
mode of Lotion.
They tre giveif oaniplaints of the Urinary
O'rgans, Such ads ()ravel, Chrenio Catarrh of the
Bladder, Morbid Irritation or tate Bladder and
Urethria, Blieeasa or the Prostrate, and Bemen
t WEI oY Initotlnenele of Urine, from a foss of tone
in the parte unearned in its eradiation. The
remedy has oleo been reccaninended In Dyspep
sia, Ularettle Rheuiltattral, Cutaneous Anetiolls,
lielmbald's Extract Ruche is used by persons
froiin thongs. of 18 to 26, and from 3 to 55, or
ltr the decline or change of life; after Confine
thent or.Laber Paine; Bedwetting In children.
Aar Dr. Keyser Is a IPhyalelaat
of over thirty years' expellent* and a gradnaisf
of the - lefferson Medical Cortege tied of the VA
versity of Medicine ant Bufgiity of Pliilvd6l
Door Sir.—ln regard to the question asked
me sa to my opinion about Ruche, I would say
that I have deed and sold the article in raliONl
forms for the past thirty years. Ido not think
there is any form or preparation of it I "Mei
not used or known to be used, in !ho *Arlene
diseases where such medicate agent *mild be
indicated. You ate altar', as Well is mired?)
that It ham been entedeistily employed hi the via ;
rtous diseases of the bladder and kidneys, And_
the reputation it has ac§nitod in my judgeinent
le Stafratitol2 bj the AMU.
hafe seen and nand,sit before stated, every
?pm of Pee/ie—the powdery' leaves, the simple
decoction, tinoidry, fluid entracts,—and I am
not cognizant of tkny preparation of that plant
at all equal to Ours. Twelve Inane expirience
ought, I think, to give me the tight to judge of
its merit*, and without prejddice or partiality, I
give yours precedence over all others. Ido not
'value a thing sepording to fis balk, if I did,
other Bevies *Mild out-do yours, but I bold to
the doctrine that bulk and quantity do notmake
by +aldo—if they did, a copper cent world be
lath more limn a gold dollar,
I vane your Hoehn fogy IRw effect on patlontri.
I have cured with it. add have seed curt With
it,ttioie &same of the bladder and 14 difiln i t t han
have ever n cured with any Other echo,
er any otter proprietory compound of w ever
in WOOD 13TSZIT, PITTSEZIon, Pa
Atlilag, 11, .1,868.
LAC VON ifftlitiALei FLUID EXTRACT' Doesni)
fie' Direct }otters to
IYDI7a AND CHNMIcAtr itAfttIIOUSE,
tittith6LlPS MEDICAL DEPOT, -
Pte, tot Seadi Tooth' Street, Below Chestnut,
Awl by tiragalots
BEWARE q.F couivrimmis. *;
ASS Pair Atta,BoLlka-
Irmo; iii ossza*,
thetivegiy,r . • •
CUBES OR INDISCRETION
H ELMOOLO ,s'
MrLMI6O L o'B
030. H. KEysmi, M. D.,
No. DIM Broadway, Nevi Y.rk,
is C AEI]; k,
14A IN D H7J:'k7ht,• •
1. 0 C 11 AV t 11. re
T. P. It YNDER TAKES PLEASEIRFI
in announairt fn the citimo of Nati, County
tint bin inu!gi , firr& fa liCrO
IA succEsircL opETtAtIoNi
ttrut ant, hie it prrparod fo, furnish them wit*
on teen most &ratable forint. Ile takes parti ,az
lar Orients in oanhels the attelitinn of the peo
ple to the stYpetiur qualities' of tho colehrstad
CHICKEIILSTS PIA N'4:s
There Pianos hare unirorsally trrf.
to be Wen and tearl to be a irod air their
pienufrintiiters hacn nuorroded so fully . ..lull/00i
Militia in th ew thopo indirpensablo arlalliiie o
tbea good piano, via, brilliancy, power, dbpliltand
OROAII' LINE RlCldEfii OP TOT]
which le abenlatell lndisPhheelle la 'Aen
went for liecothpanying the rake. They ars
also celebrated for
STANDInI IN TUNE.
This quality 11 alititto desirable. bill it id
especially to to persons litrlng in the oonntry i -
where It It not contettisnl to get professional
inhere but raldoin.
RYNDEA KEEPS A SCPPLY
Of other, Plano/. When ho Informs (Ire peepter
that he keeps the eelebrated
IttlNES_M=filurg4'lA-N(4S i ----
It is nnnecessary to bey a word in commenda
tion of them, u the reputation of the !Inn if
RyNiAR RESpECTktalt AKSOtattnid
that ho has received th
801 k eak9OV
ter Cottle.] and itedetti Pehosyiramia of OM
Patent. Inflated Irou Rim sad Frame
ROARDMAt &, GRAY PIAN93
These Pianos vary lu prim, from three hun
dred and soreuty-flvo dollars to smith hundrnd
dollars, and aro all wary tad to eve pnrfoot
rARLdit 0 GAN 9
having remind the SOLE AGP:l;ref for Ili
Central Portion of Petpaylegal of the
TREAT & DAV TST
PARLOR ORGAYS STD
I am enabled to Alai thorn to the pebllo at re
tinned rotas. The Pittor Orphs are h.tttua up
In tho Most durable and Atm4lvs styM, sti
warranted lo gite
and are Bold ton to fifteen per ceuL cheaper tha
theme of any other first-class manufacturer. 1% - d
hirtto a coutpariaun of them 'with atomic of shy
other maker with reference to all the essontial
oullitie's of a good instrument, yla., Quality of
Tone, Vow& of Tone, Promptness of Action,
Capacity for Variety of lirpreanilutt, and hot,
but not least, aolfdtty and durability of construe-
Vies° Organs are finished in slif:erent styles
to suit the tastes and pockets of puncisitserso
Plain Black Walnut Came I
Cdrted Mot ththiat tam,' (•
Phan Oak Cases
Plain ChetAnut Omen I
Fancy Chestnut 'Cases!
Plain Roteigobd 6i.eses, an 4
Paricy Rosewood Clews f
also a large.aupply of the oelebrated
oAsiNtrf 010 :1s f
thEYNEk'S tXtELSIOR Oaaixd
lENREII3D REED MELODEON:I
itiNDSit IS . FRSP,tigEfr -
Co Furnish PrkNOS FROM ANY MASSA
the United States, should easterners othe4
than thosii hiS keeps an hard.
RIIDER . *ILL. itticra•YS
be supplial,wilb air iisuritietti of
HALAS BROA -fag,
Rdia.O.VAN A. GRA rS ptaxos
1 S PIANOS.
:'"....!,, i... . ..
beekteful fekt e large pm/mass alret "ge.
*torrid apair los, and anziolui to aorre tit/
people. with !waver - they...pat define h 304.
lia6 of good stremente. ben'llan made imolai
to "with the folriottag celebrated
factor. All orders for the? Pieties at sank rand
at the • vb.,
IV 31. 11,fl+1117Xt. • '
5ni.5.444,4,80.V8; ‘ • • '''„,
tREVAGE BTECK A. ecf. l , icint*ra,•
sag W 3). of boltancirk;.l:,
Rl 7 lDltit FLERI!fi
0 t tiAlts;
in . viste Moro Call tad te Pio. des 1110 1
Ihtt trim. 76. Aith,l