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AHED FAITH IF Atkin, cease their
i!firc Evening Journr
.er safety, the safety
A N ,...• . lo: 4 irkable fact th,'"ut ir
N etv of the slaveholder
Illif' j e -- eary strut
H Oltiect of JAY CO l / 1 114 ,
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n the maintenance of
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.... 114 SOUTH THIRD STREEI', ass , ' s le , tic (1) pa tof New York is gath
,_ P AB - T y
men S/ of et}
Philadelphia, Nov. I, 186`i s i r — n , yliv . : eelf strength, wherewith to influence,
The undersigned, having been appointed tailie '"e' dictate to, or browbeat every man
SITASCRIPTION A•te*N - 1' by the SecerterY - if thee(' every aspirant for power. This spirit is
the Treasury, is now prepared to-f:iish..e.c !TIT
s --eing noticed by the newspaper press of the
whole country, many of which are publicly and
severely denouncing the arrogance it presents.
New Twenty Year 6 i per , 4sond
But leaders of the so-called Democratic party
of . the United States, designated tie ' . in the North, and especially those of the city of
Twenties," redeemable at the pleasuri New York, stand self-exhibited as political hy
,Govistrineent, after five years, and 16, 1862. pocrites. When the war began with the attack
:by Act of Congress, approved F
1862. • • on Sumter, when the life of the nation was
- OF ORGAN-
The - 03IIPON BONDS are iii FoRcE. threatened by essassination, these men began to
$5O; $lOO, $6OO, $lOOO. sound the cry of No Party. They had Been
The REGISTER BONDS in.s at the bead of the fairly and squarely beaten in the most witing-
IMO, filbflOwod $6OOO. iceiveil the plan and political canvass the country had ever known
. : W ered at Six
nce foredatp e o r f ce the purpose of organ A Republican President hart just been . matg
-14YABLielrY forte. He proposed rated, and the thousand spoilsmen who had held
"Sera-Aroinally ov,hi,i, the cave ry wing of the oleaginious office under Mr. Buchanan saw that
premium on manner to exceed that ged any that they might be ejected from their profitable
PER ANNUrganized by any government. He employments or snug sinecures. "When the
" r wthat the means fur the supple:mien of
and al)' Devil was sick,the
Devil a monk would be "
km,- `lion must be those of celerity as well as When these people saw their doom impending
efle,wer, rapid movements as well as heavy blows.
they assumed the saintliness of perfect patriot
"He claimed that in a year, unless this was
ism ; they cried No Party ; and spoke with
done, it would be impossible to i esist the forces touching or termagant ,topes of the evident
which the traitors would spread over a va-t
siufulness which would be shown by the success
territory, thus exhausting immense numbers
ful Republicans if they should venture to take
of men ; wrecking the Quartermaster and de -
a victor's advantage of a vich es ..
plating the Commisset hit, without affecting any
There was something altogether to vt,ty ;1, lI,L ,
real or practical object- Since then, time has
language: It sounded like, an echo from some
proven that Gen. Cameron was right ; and
past Era of Good Feeling ; and many simple
now the press of the country is acknowledging
souls forget that it was of necessity the utter
his sagacity and foresight, by insisting that the
ante of mere hypocrisy. "Are figs of thistles,
Government shoult do the very things which
or grapes of thorns?" Could a band of parti•
Gen. C. proposed a year ago. The following
sane, who were pro slavery in a free State, mere
from the Indiana Weekly Register represents the
ly that they might attain elevation by their
subject fairly : alliance with Southern Secessionists, so forget
The want of cavalry, in many instances since
their nature and chasten their lusts as to bear
the beginning of the reie e dnon, has been sorely
felt; arid it is double w
ci •11. t h, r at any time suddenly the sweet fruits of disinterested patriot-.
this branch of the service has kern Aligiciently Ism'? By no means. The moment that iMeClel•
ample. Why, in the urger:es...thin of our lan was called to Washington they pitched upper
armies, the cavalry force should b dispropor
hie" es a possible President, and made use lof
tionably small to infantry acid artillery, is not
It is believed that at uo time every device, honest and dishonest, to rally
during the present conflict has the mounted their shattered columns around him as a future
force been adequate, nor in propel lion to other candidate. He was to retrieve „heir Bull Run
branches of the service ; and, th.refore, its in
of November, 1860, as well as the national dis
crease now, tinder control of Mr. Stanton, is
rewarded as a step clearly iu the right direction aster of July, 1861. -
During the tot in of Mr. Cameo - Ai, as Secretary The movement began tu Wall street among
(War, this at m was assuming considerable some who knew McClellan personally, as a rail -
1 - 1 - .melees ; but not unnecessarily large. road man. Among them were such people as
and the .the cry of extravaisance, was raised,
judiciously tee force was diminished --whether Watts Sherman, August Belmont, Samuel L.
ttiiMi DO ;udiciotmly —events most de- M. Barlow, and the like, who in '69 helped to
Mr. Cameron ha,, get up the "Fifth Avenue Hotel Democratic
eral branches of the ale estimates for the sev- Vigilant Association," and wrote a silly address
that it would require a lin onun the proposition
the rehelli in. Upon this 1, elf men to Crush in regard to John Brown, wherein they wilful
end among other things be corate operated ; ly libelled Gant Smith, and were afterwards
for arms and equipments. This was 4 „largrlY compelled by that peaceful philosopher to eat
matizeit as extravagance, anti a great cieettig- their own words at the point of a law suit. In
was raised—and in enter to quiet this clas .
a change in the War Department became me . .
due time these sparse but opulent ranks of re
cessary, and Mr. Stanton was selected to sue- I'V''''''ility were reinforced by the lower orders
teed Mr Cameron And Eit , Vir Mr. Stanton is , ( E: t iers. avert' party, the dirty cohorts of
doing the very thing Mr. Cameros proposed - " E ' ' ' ''` ° '.. 4 . George Brreard and John McClain;
doing a year age ; and the coneetness et m e tb•-•ri A v Pat..
- 4 - OtICEI more struck hands with
- polity is proven by I.le fees that large .hu Fifth avenue 'ell - he raldwith ' d
flies of arms Lac.. steer. been pun hahe3 to ' •se
its hea -
ditional cavalry rerristents are rem long twaddle, and the sraurnal of Commerce with
Mr. Cameron may voell -, ,i ~,„„p l i its choker and more dangerous, because more
this official etelorscieetelth a t he decent rhetoric, were set to work to puff Mc
* Lis defamers wrong.
_ -s t, Clellau into paeparatioe re s re—.'
me at Li _
The r e ' ;TIT gram hints that t.. r t , i s
.consider to ' i 1-''''l' of `.tain quarters, A
igi)L Ct td ' ',
wii• o de,i114,1,V0 desire to 1 . 1 7 1 !
-.:-. - ' i L ., hidings, hem.%
wit , I)
ii i „ 4 . i 'lile' l . '‘ ..,,.',4 l t . ,;t,. 1 .0n the direct
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..,....... ~, , ...4 .,, . ~ . .44. im(t tityjibling,
there will be tte„stit:ke•to hiatjalaatation,
conclusion is abtatin this .regard. Such a
the nature -of tliingel la's to Mondation it;
in this 'direction. It • danger does not :fie , s :
Maintaining the procht. iii a iTh rt ,d eg -,,id NI course, %Vial the recent "Democratic" sue.
i•nivectiou will find Hi' , that Bol,eir. fit- ceases in New Yalit and elsewhere, the prolita
l i t ; the bielletis ot %the no party cry has passed away.
abAdourneut 'of:,tibit print,,,,
"NVlreir the s',levil gat well, the devil a monk
up thtr-tiondinau lb the 1i0g4i..,1 ii,,, g i v i lig
The litingt? otlieials who became so
able alolan to which .-- -:-AtlaverY i„ti."1•:- 'was ho."
lactic:o44y neutral in -'61, may now comfort
Human nilkure is the ii.tlXlit tik, tel ~, hi i a.
theinstriVee 'Mar clit‘mbs Twin State and taunt
We forget this generic fact, who.' ~,,,,..
this slavery settentlon. -Tile, itegriklai , cues eipal tables, and,, t uoa,rish their muscle for the
the rest 01 mankind,
hu yee e it he it t i lie, struggle of '64. Thel , no longer bog us to fer
ticular; that he is More grateful for fats._ get party ; they , are for 'party new, and nothing
is -the white , nee'. The negro, with ,il,, else. 'the country is to -tre savad, not by pill
stupidity, undet, andat as well as we do e: perizing the rebels, but by-abusing the radicals;
• . his liberty can be secured o I
my rut Last as Ili k ,l, by carryiug on the Near 'vribi,i 'ivory tidearr- 1
oar acme, achieve the control of the counia we can obtain, but by presoritrity,;; o4 ;les
where the slaves - ala unfit:" 'ftiig is understood villifying Entancipatio) *al pun ',toil
h "..7 .I. ' m ere in his bondage as well as by us. ' .lesale in regard to AV I D ul (In ,TaCT
lie 'will, thereftiritently for the hour ' ti ° Intents of thr
_ .... - k oi 30 ; - nswatr„eseepeate
of his release, believing that while Abraham chrt i r kat FroderiedilEEA'"l:6' It
Lincoln holds to the doctrine of his preelama- ' hurt! ' 4,0 7 ,:- - L!`" . A these - t A ,„ ,
tion, the good time will be sere to come sooner Disheartelq°7cler en tgeis
or later. Annul that proclamation, its the lterrilble blovrt,e3a . ord e raupeli ''''
frightened conservatives would have Mr. Lin s o e 3 : l l te nl e i e t il s o o efil 1168 00 V rltl g e t, l l Il te YTeil- I
coin do, and who will be answerable for the the horrible hisiinran B6a A t as b e ''' Ca ul " it
consequences? Servile insurrection would be within the past *Plc'', a,. '-''''''' is
.1.- -io2l` i
the almost certain result of so ill-timed a slep. lessons Ft wh d ich are fc e.
'floe known thatln I
No human being rises to minister vengeance gallant Burnsidetr or6t t responsible,
sonbie, his his b n r o a t zir
upon those who do him favors, whether the corps commandermy n o c ; martyrs, is not respon
f avor is voluntary, and comes from the indi- arm y , ' times ' r !fil disaster.
vidual tyrant's own volition, or is extorted siboleidforredthesuiptmip
y to cross the river, they
, ~, yet ,l,l soldiers obey, even to death, and
from him by external causes over which he can b b . '
t" - r ''' the fatal stream to the sacrifice.
exercise no control, went, o . v 4 t.r. tn ey
not protest, does any man ask-?
How was it in the British West Indies ? The g y ~, ;;i avail hair it been fouud to protest
slave there understood that his mastergave si t emet the madness which rules at Washiug,
him liberty per force of English law, enact - ton
tile t d h e w st t r ik m y has protest, d com be m fo a r n m de it r
thousands of miles away in the little island 4 t b rrthpeninsula protested he was sacrificed,
the seas. Did the slaves in those ifilands 'rise When the people of the United States pin.
and kill their masters, who yielded to this out- tested with tremendous voice, they heard but
Aide pressure with extreme reliictonee, but I.IBV- derisive laughter from W e
ashington, d , an ,fi d ta th t e h y
ertheiwat yielded 4 Not at all. They received
he l n y nw wh re er pe e a v te er d you at lis n an fi e nd r him ' ;" I 'movti
the boon of freedom with uplifted hearts to o el/ i :d i e enemy's works ;" never care for organ
G.cd in solemn prayer, and not with murderous izing victory" It was in vein, worse than ia
bands against their former masters, Thi s is vein, to Pr.teet•
history, and it is human nature the world over.
And it is worth infinitely inure iu settling a
question like this than any amount of theoriz
log and speculation, such as the fearful ant
quaking conservatives are wont to put forth.
It ►s only when you cut off a inns freedom,
or attempt to subjugate him to the rule of des
potism, that he resists you unto blood. This is
the lesson of San Domingo. It is the lesson,
also, of history, ever since the world began.
Let then the timid and mistaken conservatives,
who would Induce the President of the United
The etntif as roon visi )v. Two years ago
in certain drawing-rooms and in curtain grog
shops in Now York, it was a crime to criticise
slavery. Of late, in the same places, it has
been a crime to critisise McClollan, to say that
ho has acquirements but not genius ; that he is
it splendid drill-master, but not n commander ;
that lie can prepare un army for the field, but
loal it to successful results. To give
Ity utterance to such views, in tho mildest
!Owner, has been, in those drawing-rooms, a
Spoial heresy; 'l,l the grog-shops a signal fur
Could the force of malignity go further ? Can
a passage in all literature be found more empty
of candor, more crammed with misrepresental,
thin ? When the, rebels were lately driven out
of Alar}lauti, we had ,the @Me President, thd
same Cabittet, and General Halleck was Com:
mander-in-Chief of the Army. WAS artfcrel
given to them by newspapers of this school
the partial but important results of South Moun
tain and Autietam t Not a whit. There was
no praise thee, save for the candidate, McClel
lan. But when disaster comes, the "Adminis-
tration," the "Radicals," the "Abolitions
l'prid the "nimbi -8s which rules at Washingt • n,"
i.rid spends its time apparently in tittering b rsts
"derisive laughter," are denounced 4 - 40
Arco of all our woes, and simple raiders 49
(lAA' ved accordingly.
At any other time, such tergiversation woßld
be lowly funny, but in such a crisis us this we
Balmily that it is evideti,c of hypocrisy se wlck4
and titalignity so selfish that there is not lan
guagepdequate-to their chsracterization. Wa
say nothing of McClellan as a soldier ; we say
nothindi of the late disrster, or its causes ; but
we do s 4 that the men who try to make either
the forqtr or the latter an instrument for for
warding*eir selfish schemes, are worthy, sim
ply, of allitorrence.
A 9 the time for the assembling of the next
State Legis ) lature is rapidly approaching, the
Democracy i4e busily engaged in hunting up a
candidate to succeed the Hon. David Wilmot
in the Uniter4States Serrate. It seems that the
Democrats clan but one Majority on joint ballot
in the Legislature, and that they have been,
and perhaps stt are apprehensive that that one
majority may overcome by Simon Cameron,
or some other a i-Buchanan-Breckenridge can
didate. We do 'nut know what grounds they
haVe for their fears, but the Democracy evi
dently are afraid they may fail to have a work
ing majority on joint ballot. We hope that,
whoever may be elected to succeed Wilmot, he
will be a decided Union man, using all possible
means to put down the Rebellion as speedily as
possible —Perry County Freeman.
Of course, if a decided Union man is to be
elected, it must be one other than any of those
who have pushed their names forward as hav
ing claims on the Democratic party. There
....,, Ao decided Union men among the leaders of the
Democratic poly. Every aspirant for office, who
asserts an adhesion to that \onganieation, is a
semi-secessionist, who seeks (power solely for
the opportunity of aiding rebel slave-holding
Democrats to - destroy a Federal Administra
tion. To elect a man from such a party to the
United States Senate—to give such a mite pow
er and influence in the, high* legislative
branch of the- Government, would be equal to
placing one of Jeff. Davis' !spies on the staff of
Burnside, where he could . : become ectp dated
with and frustrate the plans of, the command-
ing General.of the army. .• - • k -
Lt. Col. Onderdonk Reconnoitres
the Country Beyond ; Suffolk.
A letter from &Wolk, Va.,; , dated 2Sd
states that the election fpr members of Gongrese
took place the day before, .:agreeably to the
proclamation of Gen. DU.- Contrary to *At
laws of Virginia, ballots were cast instead'of
voting eve voce. 'ln order" folgivißhe people.at
Smithfield at opportunity to show their at
tachment to the Uniotietivo ballet 'hose, were
er oidUelidie min g two hiiodred of the
First New York Mounted ::Rifles: and A. - couple
Suspecting that the enemy- would be anxious
to visit the polls, Col. Onderdonk sent the
boxes direct to Smithfield in charge of a small
gonad, and proceeded with the remainder of
his command to Windsor. Learning,' that the
enemy, in considerable force, had loft the place
but a short time before, he proceeded cautious
ly toward Ish ,, ,f Wight, and when about three
miles out, came lip with them. He sent his
compliments in the shape of shell from his
howitzers, and they. responded handsomely
with a six pounder.
A short skirmish roventsci one regiment of
Infantry, two pieces of artifit.ry and some 00,
airy. Lieut. Col. Ondenionk;Nkink it: would.
safe to look up voters nearer St3blk4 slowly
retired. Tee re hels thou attemPto 4 r%,‘„Joikt
him, and at one time were only one .
and fifty yards in his rear, when he .
wheeled his command about and fired a
which emptied twenty of their saddles in, I:
time. Skirmishing continued for six ruil. .
Two prisoners and one horse were to
None of our men were lost or injured. lt
thought it will be a long time before the elec
tion returns will corns from Smithfield. Nause-,
mond county polled 39 votes: 26 for Mr. Cooper,,
12, I w McCloud and 1 scattering. , ,
CAPTURE OF PAPERS BELONEM TO 'Hit
-I:t Niiii;ZZEBEL MAURY,
ortor 3,1) •gaerpo
1".9' 16 """" nu
For sale by
'oPy • ,Ar,u
," save, •-•
f Europe belie-
At fret, they
ould be put do'
Ilia proniLa w
yet offered m
ships, but on
on the 6th au'
us, and thoul
tirivi.n to the
of his gunboa.
Maury says the powescof
deceived with regard to ilia block&
never been effective. In the
letter, he says : " Here then is the
people, twelve millions in nimbi
separate themselves from an NMI
they abhor, to cut loose from s
they hate, &eking and meaning
place as an independent aovereignt
nations of the earth. They occup
finest countries world, ae'
industrial pursuits. according yo
that regulate the distribution of
surface of the planet; %hey. are et
cultural. The letter, which
is an argument to show what grea.
advantages would result to Europ
ing the Confederate government.
PURSUIT 06 THE PIRATE
'S' NAw Ito]
The U. S. gieasner.Tanderbilt,
Dec. 15th, in lat. 41b,
Wean Ninon, Deal 26
tcentbet 26, i,62
OCCUP AT 0
11 EST IT UT 1 11
Col. Keys moved Dec. 26.
ession of wi,,,b,„,kratiey and took pos-
The rebel pickets 4.1*. .y morning.
vdvance. , there rtdired
occupild the place tho
left, going towards Sta'
Forces too at Middletown
chestt3r. The WineliesteA
entirely destroyed by the
carried off. The people of
state of destitution fin the A
series of life, which are hr
and hardly procurable.
ESCAPE OF THE REBEL SC
The bark Montezuma;' from
ports that the rebel eoliomer
the blockade off Wilmington,
27th, and arrived at St. Thoma
with a argo of r
bales of cotton ,auL
had a crew of fiftei
guns in her hold.
Coffee dull ; sma
No chonge' iri sugai
market is firm, /wit
61213 for superfu
family. 'Rye flow
$6 26 ; aad corn
good demand for wi
red sold at $1 47®
109 for Kentucky
Coro Cowes for wl
quest at 86@87c.
new. There is no
els sold at 41®4:
Sales of mess por
76. Messed hogs
Whisky is firmer
Cotton firm ak
46,000 bids. eold
$6 65®6 75 for
Wheat quiet, but firmer; Akv,.l
Chicago Wpring $1 244 \\ ,
$1 2601 34 ; Red $1 k
vaned lc.; salee of 60,01 • A • •
Pork quiet at V ' l 4@
, and 20 08 , 7
flume lar d Ll 1J
day) % 4 41 11165 / 1 6 tN
lives atkAlth. ),.,°4IP Waahillgtoll City
invited to 'pet
• G:l ;^ ;;
•-•-••-•••-•••••• • i •
Oa Wednesday s the 24th, lb, ' ' '""
Ww. Cattail, Mr. B. F. WALBURN
A. Joarimg, both of Harrisburg
REMOVAL. ,- '4l
TIR. J. R. NEWTON, praoti-,
1J chronic diseases,he -"" 41yr ,7 14 .
from Ni). 1202 Cheetre
- • •-
Arch street, PhilatA
happy to wait oaf'
N. -Thr - X
FRI ENDSHIP4r D
LIN E ROHR
TIOKEIS t 4 ...-.4
.. HE COMP„„lstrfiC.-
1 by this bia
Stearn Engine Irli,Allfti DAILY IV PILAW ltliik,
of the public AND
any mewl& PHILADE'LPHJA,
41A, N AND AFI LR MONDAY, NOVEMBER
A. Be' 17th, 18h2, the Passenger Trains will 'cave,
..,Philadelphia and Beading Railroad Depot,
il lr ov
t• iarrmhurg, for New York and Philadelphia,
._,_ °Bows, viz
, 600 ti,en, Inv!
ions, tint had
liINE leaves Harrisburg at 3.15
igg2 (u arrival of the Pennsylvania Railroad
1 3;7 Frain from the West, arriving in New
.. 10.50 A. M., and at Philadelphia at
I ' M. A sleeping car is attaticed. to , the
!trough from Pittsburg without change.
L TRAIN leaves Harrisburg at 8.00 A.
tying in New York at 6.30 P. M., and
Iphia at 1.50 P. IL
T LINE leaves Harrisburg at 2.00 P. 11.,
ig in New York At 10.25 P. M., and Phil
is at 7.00 P. M.
WE STWA at D.
LINE leaves New York at 6.00 A. M.,
iiladelpbia at 8.15 A. M., arriving at
, burg at 1.20 P. M.
IL 'I. RAIN leaves New York at 12.00 noon,
tiladelphia at 3.30 P. M., arriving at Har
;• at 9.2'.3 M.
'REM TRAIN leaves New York at 7.00
arriving at Harrisburg at 2.10 A. M.,
)nnecting with the Pennsylvania Express
for PRtsburg. A sleeping car is also at
to this train.
itotious are made at Harrisburg with
at the Pennsylvania, Northern Central
imberland Valley railroads, and at Read-
Philadelphia Pottsville, Wilkeebarre,
;age checked through.. Fare between
Cork and ..larrtsbing, .$5 16 ; bet Ween
nag,. and -Philadolptiia, $3 35 in No. 1
$2.80 iu No
tickets or other information apply to,
rio26-dtf Gerieril jlisrrisbarg.
n Nov .
F, i I ti
4 ;": „ .
RLD GWIY, •
INSU ft li\E N
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" t i iat 'nutter
Uerted, th e with
tweed I GPO A
' k pr q rfi
d i f
, Y rettA
• ,s-,, " P P i q
Hlcem the Ree'd.
lAmount or Polk
bonus to be inor
by lours addi
roit 186 onoirr
Foit 1820 e
can be bad • f.
D. 111 gRA HOUSE
i t 4
„ n.; , 1862.
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ORIEIGGISTB, PH VBl4 'IA Nt-„
I<.lo.:l l batS :‘
We fin, tlaily adding to o u r ttot-•t•rit
goods ail such articles as area ricA . , 41)1
would respectfully cwll your Ht,ui ,11
largest mid beat ,Lilltict.id i4l4,ek It , tin-. city;
DRUGS CHEMICALS & -
01101, vxrul.li s nti.i Ulus•
DT.-St webs, GlaulD mid Put
B t u-wi ng P'luf•f ua.l *Ieo:AIM
Lard, sp.rni Allll VII 43
kinttlea, Viaix and laitatr Glaas.g,
PERFUMICRY & TOIL e d Iricuts
!timers of Europe And tilit; ~,uutry
Being vary lb-At dealers In
PATNTN, WHITE LEAD,
Ai TlS'r BlitISH ES
IN AIL THEIR VARIETIPS,
VIA) vispnettlitiy In vitr» esli,
4ivia that w4i eai oupply tht wriubt of
tai it th to 'hob' Htttieltlitlitlll,
OR THE HOLMAN&
FANCY Gilik v
ujeimeagnagel ,i'l 4 „ . ewe.
ell kindß, dirot
ttAl4 u _.
• - „
101 1 101
k., the nomt .
N t. _All kinds ot
Moto of you who have
A.ND:(1.40 fa, t'uO/OFX
titOlr superiority, mid tii
'in keeping I:levet:la and
ThOtkiallthl °alll Wally 4. ges*t.
, :'fixed train the use of o .4
ttirNiid .. , 1746101 - ;
' , . rog qtantit flud 460 - 11.- 4
bee x l iwoviug %. ~.. got it , t : ni 110211 t
pnarauto of thel-;..ciatio
Onr long experience in the tneencee
the tilvauLtsgu ui n L61[4101.10 knowiedgr ot
trade, and our arrangements in the cities are
such Chet We CMi ID ft very short time , fOllllBll
nuything apportaioing to our buNinose, on the
bait of terms
Thankful for the itburel pkiti'OUlige bestow('
on our untuie, We boor: by strict attention tr..
I , ustness, a carel el selection of
at tan prices, and the desire to please ail, to
more n couttuuttuoa of th , , favor of a discrim-
MeCLINTOCK E PECTORAL SYRUP.
If INVALUABLE SYRUP, WHICH IS
entirely vegetable in its composition, has
been employed with wonderful success for
many years in the cure of diseases for the AIIt
pASsAGES•kind LUNGS. For any form of the
disease such couGg., •TICELINGI of the
THROAT, SPITTING OF BLOOD, DIFFI
CULT BREATBING, lI.AiRSiRNESS, LOSS OF
VOICE, and ''KW,flll FEVERS, its nips will
be attended with. the happiest results. It is
one of the best aneksefest medicines for all
forms of BRONOI:101S` and 'CONSUMPTION.
No detudnam or preparation of Opium in any slurps
in this syrup.
PRICE $lOO eornz.
For sale at BE' c HEAP BOOK
1,400 00 ;
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LUNEED OIL, VAliNhili?s,
WLNDOW GLASS, Alaisrs
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