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WHOLE SALE AND RETAIL)
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Queen's and Glass Ware,
AND ALE 'KINDS" OF - -
HAVE just opened a large and well selected
stock or goods at, thelr Aaud, N0.:3 Market Squarei
llorriaborg, Pa., to whh . ..b they, hivite the attention ut
JOHN WIS , E,.
THIRD STREET, NEAR WALNUT,
41110.E.S4T t E z Apip itqr#TNA.l.Eft IN
CONFECTIONERY, FRUITS, 'SLC:;,
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Marsh. Mallow Cum Drops,
'ream Chocolate Drops,
Plain Candies, Sze., &c.
iranges and Lemons,
Teas awl Stares,
FreA: and Sall Fish in se::
Vegetables ill sermon,
WINES AM!) Lift ._..
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LAIJMAN, BALLADE & CO.,
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urrwErzi ciC.6-7477. AND
G. M. LAIIMAN, A. M. SAII.ADE„ J.l).l3lllliti
A TiiggINVOICE OF gEw -
WAIL. DOCK: JR., k CO.
FOOT BOOKS, GA/IMS,, ,Larg,p
Rortment of Toy 'Books, 'dames, ka, jastlec*ed at
nol9 SOHEFFER'S spoitmoßE;
-- k - r E W 800 it Sa---THE tSHOULDER
1111 STRAPS . . r ..
ANO • - -
_- ' ' 'JAYS OF.-S ODDYI
„T u n receircii id , 00,181 SewyEß'S g3OOIC.VO P.E.
A pyr4S.=:-2C I O barrels of New :Yogit t ptate
..ti. Aptifes,-6r cliotee'vartety, just recetCe4 sold
low, in any .quantities, tOsuit purchasers , at t ;Anew
graery of 1401. BOYER &Ropil.Eft.
VII 'GIMES ! PIORTATIS ! I—By' thei'--13arrel,
_L - Salt Barrel, Jar - or pi*en,,at
no2o ' DOCIrJR.,AIp?.
VI - AS discovered the .most certain, speedy
world for - - •
DISEASES OF IMPRUDENCE.
A Care Warranted; or 21To Charge, in from 04
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'Weakness of •the Back, A ff ections of the „Kidneys and
Bladder,.lnvoluntary,DischargeS, Tmpotency, Denerat'De- -
lillity, lierVonksett*' Dyttepsia, Langutir,..LdwjSpliits;
Confuslon'of -ideas, Palpitation otAhe lileart; TindificA
Trembling* Dress of Sight or .Q_lddideas, Diseage,oP the
Read,,ThrOat, Nolte or 'Skin.' - MU/tonal. of 3ben_Llyert
Low. , Stomach • or - Bowels - those :terrible" tdiffordertt,
arising frontthenSolitary Habits l t f Youth—those, : Secret .
and solitary practices more fatal their victims than the
song of:Syreus to the Nffiriders4 lirlysigea,. their
Must brilliant hopes or anticipatiens, rendering mairiagt'
pecia Who have hecolne the victintiof Solitary Vice;
that dreadful and dostnictive habit which annually sweeps
to an untimely grave . , thOusands of Young..
lifen of the
}Host exalted talents and brilliant intellect; who inight
otherwise have entranced listening Senates with 'the thuti.'
den of eloquence or waked to ectasy the living lyre ins) ,
call with full confidence.
Married pprsonF, Nratifen contemplating marriage,
ineing aware . of physicallCo: :ues , , organic debilfty, defot:
f ifelrbo places hiWbblr under the care of Dr. .1. May re
ja-/14$130I'.aakguilkeman and con
den is rely upon his silittAlts d.:'
artd,full vigor tLestore.a.
This distressing otfietion,lihich,reuders rekl,4era4l6
andlnaftige:impixtsible—ie,the*tialty paid," hy the vic
tims of. improper linhagence. Xonng persons are:Too apt
to commit excesses from not. being' aware , of 'the iireadillt
consequences that may, ensue."... Now,„ who, that wider.
stands-the subject will pretend ni - deriy, that the pmier, of,
procreation:is lost:130011ff by ,thedi late. improper,
luthitattliatf,by;the prnaent....lloslOsheincdeprfved the
pleasures of heoltbY 01 1 hPring, the mest. serious alid:Ae : .
structive symptomS' to, both, body and mind l arise:
The system becomes deranged; the physical and mental
functions weakened, Mae of procreative power, nemons
dyspeptia, palpitation of the heart; itidigeStino,
constitutionalAiebility - ,a wasting of the frame cough 'con
siimption, decay and death.
OFFICE O. 7, SOUTH. FRNOW.F.IOX§OikET
Loft hand side going from Jtaltlntore strpeti a few doors
the comer.' not , to ebserye, ,
name and trrnbir..- ;
Letters must be, WO and contain *stiPuP: The - DORtAr's
Diplomas hang hills (Mee.. .
Member of 'the' itoyal'Oollege , of Surgeons, London; %grad
nate from one of the most etriisent collegeS in the Minted
States, and the greater ptut of l whose life has been: spout
ii the hospitals of-London, „Paris,' Philadalphla , :and else
where,!has eireeted some of tha ost:ettestishinguoures
that were ever known'; many troubled witdringizigln'the
head and ears when asleep, great nervousness, ' , being'
alarmed at sudden sounds, bashfulness;: with' frequent'
blushing, attended sometimes with derangement of mind ,
were cured immediately.
These are some of the sad and melancholy ,effects pro ,
Mired by early habits of youth, riz : weakness of the back
and limbs, paluth in the. head; dhlaisess: of sight, loss of.
muscular power, palpitation or the heart, dyspepsia, tier.
-vous irritability, symptoms of consumption &c.
lissraux.—The fearfullifects oq the mind are much
to he drlhaded-4estf. oft.titaWil t Y,ko,fol o o - off Ideas, de,
prdeloti of spirit; evil forebodings, aversion to society,
self distrust; love solitudo, timidity, Arc., are some of
the evils produced. .. . .
Almonds , Walnuts. . •
()reign Nuts, .
dTounti•NOn • -
.NC II 4 i s iPtS; '
0 11 40Arriefi, .
:ROMPlYAgillikfea , 42'
Sweet oißklitrish Pntotoq,i
And eviultry t. 1 .0.1A0 in
Who have injured . themselves by a coriain practice, in
dulged in when alone; a:habit fregnentlyalettaned.. tram
evil companions; or at.school, the. -effects. of-whiehlare
nightly felt, cyan when , aslegp, and If nut: cured renders
marriage impcisaffilei alidkiesttoy-4.beit mind and body,
should apply . immediately.
What a pity that' inan the hopeof -his country,
thedarting, cella payenta,:shiraid be :Basta:Cad - vourran
prosphets an& enjoyments of life; bYttai - cotiseqtatabe of
deviating from the pub of nature and induliDng In a
certain s ecret habit. Such paraons !war, before contem
plating . •
Befiectthat a sound miud'eod body, are /11e most necosgary
'feqiilsites to pyOmoteconAiiblathWillAse; lodeedVwith:
out•thes4ithe journeytho . tigli IWO:A.o=lth' ciii*Fy pg.
AiMago IFOOpect houili;daikees to the view; the
becopiCash.44.owea with.ittispeir and:Oiled Niith`the
polaKteholyTe#cc4ionjhor tho happjoees of 8,1144010 k i be:
.copies blightwifb our oNkit ' -
When the misguided:and imprudent votary - of pleasure
flitb behalf+ imbibed the seeds. or, this pogo disease, it
too,ofttorliappeiti that tut illtimed: , sonse:of dame or the
dreaderdiscovery defirellimfroM applying to these who
from edimationandltspeetabllity,:ean alone befriend him :
He fulls into the hands of ignorant anti designing:pretend
ers, who, incapable - or during; pecuniary sub
stance, keep him trifling month afterdnonth, or as long as
the strialleat ft% tan be obtained., andliw despair leave him
with Mined:health to sigh over his gallieg disappointment,:
or, by the use of the deadly poison, Mercury, hasten the
constitutioniltrinptontsrof this terribledisease,suchasaffec
dons •of the - endi Throat, Nose, Skin, ete.,.progres4ng
frightlia - , - ,raparay till it eatk ppta a period to his
dreadful enteritis' b# sendine him t.cflhat undiscovered
country front whence po traveler returns.
WM . . DOCK, JR., -&; CO.
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INDbitS EltE " N ' t TOF 'THE 'P ES.
.if ••-. - ' ' .- ' ' iiltitlan:i* after
The morirlhonsands eatediat thlikilts
year, and the numetene-AmPiKtantlr:o,.. i . e.ite u r =
peilioftlt!VAM:" l "Cin%.,
„ i „........l l 24 l . esse4 DaD a. z i Z m at w hich
*bees*, , ~---,- bo r o - n - 3 ; t4 : - ::: 3 ,pubtkoessdea
.4.4 liorghtotwr and emend
hs sten kat -MP"- t ee firThellnkted.
bility, it a sugiciant guar , I i 1
.§lT!iy, DIL ! Y, 0 1 4it*D.
6ifiee tr set.
DR. j •
RELIEF IN SIX TO TWELVE 130U48.
NO 11EitOCRY'OR NOXIOUS DRUGS.
to Two Days.
TAKE PARTICULAR ,NOTiCE.
DISEASE} OF P4LPRITDgIi'OE
lIARRISBURG, PA., SATURDAY EVENING, JANUARY 30, 1864.
' U lUCI;R,E2D}IES "
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66 11 V. la 'OIL Q - 1 4 '
GENUINE PTF.I I A - 11ATIONS, VIZ:
, • ITELMBOL T 6' . IeXTRAVT "BUCIlly" •
HELMBOLD :IZeire:T. SARSAPARILLA,
, RUSE WASH.
RELMBOLD 3 S
C 037 P 9 ,50VD
A NVITyp AND SOCIFTef
. • FOR :FIRSASRO.pF arcs
BLOptR, 'lOl7O, 'fGRA.VEL'
' - ' ANT(TtROPSrOAL MI.ILINGS.•
T'''. :Mediatut' Dieter:6les tikt . power bf. Di..
( t 2.
, 1- gdatiOn;'andlexcltewthor ABSORB VIS into hilly,
action, by which thp - ,w4t.gcy or c.d. ARous de -.
,a.II. VIIII4TUIZA,L ENLAH MENTS are re.
dOecil, as well asipain!iiird inflainination,' and is died foe
AIEN; WOMEN - or CHILDREN. • ~ ' , ' •
. • .
. • Llith ( ODYS EXTRACT BUCHU .
Arl:ling from Exc. —eases,- Habit:tint, 13 Isalpa:lon, Early In
• Ali4nretiitn or . ,
ATTENDED WITH' TEE' FOLLOWING SYMPTOMS
Indisposition to B ertio lirynOs.4 cif ihe Skip,
Ltim of Itereory, ' Li tit Power,
Weak Itiervezi "
' -Digital* of:Breathing, ,
Horritor of-Disease,. • . ,•
Brimless of Vision, Wakefulness;
Universal Lassltudi of the Pain In the Thick,
System,' -Flushing•of the:Body, I
Hot Hhnd. , - Eruptlon.s on the Face t .,
'fbege;symptoms, If nlloaced.to gb on, whichithis
eine timulably removes; noon follow . ' .
Pup,drENgY i FATIJIT)r,'V.PELERTiCRITS,
In oiio•'of 'which t'lliol)atibiit'nutY C.xpire.` 'Who 'call eay
thui therarenot frequently rolldwed' by those "direful,
thi3AY AND CONSummoic
Many are aware of thel'easite—of their sufferings, but
pouf will eimfm„ ,nresq,of,thehrsipte asylum vad
the melancholy deaths by Consumption, bear MtiplO
tdthe,ttitth of the assertron.
WITH 'ORGANIC WEARITESS;'
Boottires the' aid at medicine to stresgtheit aud ; invjgerat
th e systemovhich Extract' ,Baellu invariably
'does. A trial iviir6onNinc;tlie most skeptical. ' •
OLD OR youNp, CON7'R3t
• • - •
In manyallhetions peculiar to females the Bu
eltu Is, ts4clualled,by any Othßr remedy, as In ,Olorosis or
Reteution,lrr?gularity, yainfulnew, or suppression of the
customary Evacuations, Uleeratc4 or Sehirrous state of the
Uterus, Loucorrhen or - Whitenr Sterility, and- for all com
plaints Incident titthoaux, .whether arisinlift3R Indisere-
Lion Habits of Dissipation or in the
DECLINE OR CIL NOE OF LIFE.
FAIMPIA SiIOTYIDO3IO -WITHOUT IT
• Take no Balsam,; Mercury, pr,Thipipasant Medicine .for
graph:Rea and. Dangerous P-!seasea
OUres Secret •DiseaSea inlilt theiritigesi atlittle experiski
little ovno change in,diet ; inconventenee and no expo
sure. It causes frequent dosing' and gists strength' to
Urinate thereby remov ing obstructi6us,. preventing'-end
curing; triCtiftes or the - Urethra, allaying pain and inflam
mation, so frequent in this class of disensfm, and:WeUirig
TOlSonous a ,Diseased,, and Woknout Matter. :IThousands
(4 poi , tb i rs l ind,g*ho „have been the Victims ofcgiacks, and
40 bite paid heaVYfeekto , be etiredlii a shorts imo, have
found they wore deeeivid, and.that the, "Poisoull has by
the use of "powerful 4MringelltS" Wen-dried pp ,lkthe
system, to break out in an aggravated form, and peitaps
. flee UPI lOLD'S EIX_TI4CT,DUCAU for i t Aills•tious
iiint'Dideis df flats UriantylOrirtua,#)ietb4 intatidg
Male or Female, fromwhatever cause originating, and no
matter of how long standing. Diseases of these Organs,
require the aid_ pf a Diuretic, HALMBOLD'S .WRAGT
Btaitllie Dis trojanDifiretk:,ana itinYeekain to ha *Ade,
desired effect iu ail Diseases for which it is recom
Alpoik-31950,A11d ...goltubold's Highly Gong-nitra
LK This is au aff*klPtif ftkitgllood and attacks •the'
Sexual Organs, Linings of t o Nose, Ears, Throat, Wind
pipe and other Mucus Surfaces, making its appearance In
the form of Ulcora.,, kalmboldis.&tract Sarsaparilla pm ,
lilies the Blood', sold ipuifte.4 tar may Etutiiions et the
Skin, giving to the Conftloklonlita•ar and Healthy Color.
It being prepared expressly for this class of complaints,
its Blood•PurifyingPrepertlts are preserved to a greater:
gitclt l b ,ll: 493l4he r , PiMer-t r ; S i tr . 4l M l9- ff.. 4
..tf:rf "z:• - ,. t.41. '4.:, ~,1e.;, -,, 01,
HELMBOLEVS ROSE WASH
An exoellent..l,otiont, for diseases of, a Syphilitic Nature,
and as an injection AiSeases of the: Urinary - Organ;
arising from habits of - dissipation,' used in Conizectlen with
the-Extracki Radio and Sarsaparilla, in — suott diseakes as
recommended. ',lvidekice of most ::responsiblearta.re
character Will accompany the medicines. CELIFI
cAmmO.P.OURES from eight to twenty years's ding,
With Manes known to . 'Science and Fame:' ter. cal
Properties of Duela, see DisPensary - rof the United - 'State Swell.
SetNryofeetior.DEWEE'S valuable works on the,Practicie of
Physic. See remarks made by the lite celebrated-Dr.
PRYSICK, Philadelphia. See remarks made' bi-Dr.
RPURAIM McDOWELL, a celebrateditysteian and mem
bernf the Royal College of Surgeon.sir.aturpublistied'iatlf 6
Transactions ofjba and; Queen's . Journal. - See
Fellow Of the 'Royal College Of Surgeons ' - The most of
thnlatestandard works onlifedicine. ; Extract. of 'Ruche,
OQ per bottle, or six bottles for. Extract of'
Sarsapaillia, $1 00 per bottle, or, six for $5 Oa Im
proved Rose Wash, 50 cents per bottle:or six for. 42 50,
or half a dozen each-1M 112 00, - W - 1116.1i Will bOsutdcient
tei :CUM' the most Oliatinate•cases, if :directioneare.adhered
to. Dereiered eddram, securely packed :from ob
servatiom Describe symptoms in, all communications.
Ctirs - gitamateeil. Advice gmtis. - •
penognallgAppesupd,befoni, me an ildoinuin ot Ake Oity
of Philadelphia, H. T:Helickbold; who, tieing okialg sworn,
d9th sup,Als preparations contain no narcotie,'no titer-
OurVor Othel , ituricius drugs, and are - purely yegliable.
0-I•YIEELM - BOM
sworn and sub,sprikaktois ... zne 211. dssiOrNo
vember;lBs4: ""'" WILT:HIBBARD ?
Address letters for infornoitiot 1u confidence.
- ` 4 II:I‘.7HELMBOLD, Chemist.
,illepOVlOlloutklOtimitrett, below Chestnut, Mattel
PAN., - inkr2.l.o.
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DR. JOHN* L. LYON'S
FRENCH,,.,,ptiW(i)gp:A.:.,„-p i ßop:4
A.ln the only known remedy sacceaftillly and
likariably reatOreaddragulatethef4 aleayaffm,.remov-
Mean irreguiaritlbsi.and producing health, vigor and
LION'S PERIODICAL DROPS
Are clutd preparation, the only true one of the kind ever
dlsmvereil In this country; and actd•directly on the Parts
lilitiegtowhilst-pUlanaubpowdeoscauminlf reach .thetti,..A
t ey work through - wroptaby, but.• not, itt'direct and
Are,you suffering from a constant anxiety for the teen=
IWreturn of•Miturefiitpieseribed4aws -
Give youtselrno.nneasinesti, for Ven's Pittledical:DrOPo r
ir talrep n;day, or. wo, before the ex:pected period, nrill peal.
ti rely, and rrivarlablYireguha I oarrdrig,`,diolire Wet
folloWs"cause, as"dermriraa daylight follows l thirlmess. •
Are you sick; enfeebled by dlsettse, or unable to bear the
labor and danger oPtnerease f
LYON'S' IiERIODICAIe DROPS 11.
come to you , alik.bleesing, for Pa riot prokeutiOn better than .
cure ;. -
regularlyAaken, it is a. eertaiti Rroati:Fsi an'A
save yatunueliiperll and illtilqi-hourilfforieg ' ' ' .
Have yonheen t ailliete&rottnalifyaiWiviih-eornfdaintn
ineidahrro'the sex; that hat% liaMedrtlitc ArilLor
'clap; and are hurrying You en:to.atrearly,sfay'
LYONS PERIODICAL DROPS
Are theluesfidliahle regalidot6a lanver-hwa, and cure, like
n:J*IN. all those irregularities that liavedened the &Meg,
skill. . ~
Will you waste away with sufrerirkg 'hum Leutorrhies.;'
PO:dap:ma, Dysmencirtreafand - atlfclusguid
ties all summed up under the lame' of suppressed and
obsirnetanoure i When an inreottnent of one dollar in ,
LYONS, p ,iticmicAls"
nDo not-uao the drops when forbidden in..the directions;
for althOugh .positiv* , :eureyAnd. haratiessnt all other
times, they aye,..aq powerful sad
and govern.tkitfunetloris the sitzuM organism; that, if
tiikienutlgtmAierthAtts;itisi , walla produce resiills , eon s
Intry to nature; against whit& all; parttoularlyithose who
would reproducei;should camfullyguard.
LVOIT'S' PERIODICAL DROPS
Cannotliorm.thowniggi;stiiitatkm at sklLYAmin
yet the protitteters - wish" to — guard - against its misuse,
hoping Alogit,ilf4aispipielpot 44, t*liSildisr 4,KlPUr
po.Withere one L ls itstidllbrouglieWarnitte ---
the uevor.fteling. Female . Regulator,- is for sale by every
Dntist, In ttiooity and eoutgry, and do not, if you value yourheami tetskfor2i, 'reliable - Maims; buy 'any
bther. 'Take no other,:ma the Drdigist , to , whorn you
apply has not got. it, makei him sendrund get it for you. .
C. G CLARK & CO.,
JOHNSTON, HOLLOWAY & COWDEN,
t Arr, •
tipQ-dIY * . •
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Neio Haven, Conn
At Wholesale, by
28 Xoith Sixth Street, pttilade/phlay Pa
7 0 1,
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D-Y STAB PSI A,
DISORDERS OF _IRE LIVER
Alen CInUM 'EY
HuOi.O.F L A N-D '
THEiREAT STRENGTHENING TONIC, -
• g ESE Bitters have performed more cures;
;have and do give better satiitaction; have more tea,
thitony; have more respectable people to venal for them
.throrany- other , article id-the market.
„ defy'. any one.to -contradict this assertion, and will
Day $1,006 to anroite that Will produce a certincate pub
lished up - osMat arnot4ohable, trosand's merman Bit,
ters, will cure every case of Chronic or Nervous. Debility,
Diseases of the Kidneys, and' diseases arising . frolit a dig ! '
Ordered stomach. :Observo.the folloWing, symptoms, re-
Salting front the disorders ofilte diiestiVe organs: Con
stipation, Inward nets; FullUens of Blood the• head,
acidity of thq Stomach, Nausea, heartburn, Disgust, for
Food, Fullness or weight in the Stornakt,'Sour Eructations,
Sinking or tattering at; thevit of the stonaach i Saiduaing
of tbehmd, Hurried and difficult breathing, uttering at
the hedrt, Choking or softening senSations *hen in "a
bung posture, Dimness of vision, Dots or webs before the.
ht,, lover and dull pain in the head, Deficiency of pers
nt.m.lou, lellowness of the skin and eyes, Paint In the side;
tick, chest, limits, &e., Sudden dashes of heat, Burning
in the flesh, Costa* imaginations Of kit, and great de
nressionabsphits.. • 1 • • • • -
, Reinember that this Bittors is not alcoholic, contains no
itUA or whisky, and can't Make drunt3rds, but i' the
best Tordc.in.the tvorkl.
READ WHO SAYS SO
From the Rev. Levi a Beek, Autor of the Baptist
Church, Pemberton ? N: J.; formerly`of the *forth 13apthit.
rhate known Sooßand's German Bitters•favorably for
a number of years.. I hare used them In my own family,
and bare been so pleased with thelinffeets that I was in
duced to recommend theta to Manxothers,and know,that
they have oPeratedin a strikingly beneficial manner. T
hike great pleasure lb thus publicly prOCLIMIIiiAg this
Pact, and calling the attention of those afflicted with the
'diseases for which ThOY are reCorarnenxted•Aa these Bit
tors,. knowing from experience that my,reeommendation
nip be Sustained. 'do thffl more Cheerfully 'as Brie
laud% Bitters is intended to benefit the afflicted, and is
"not a ruin drink. - Yours truly.
From Res. J. 'Newton Brown; D. D., Editor of the En
eyelofiedia of RetifflOU9 Knowledgeand Christian ichrobi.-
Although nOtilisposed to favor 'or recommend Patent
Mehicines in general, through distrust ofi.their ingredients
and effects, I yet know of no sufficient reasons why a
mati May.ribt testify to the benefits he believes himself to
have received from any simple preparation, in the. hope
that he may thus contribhte to the benent of otheik •
do this the more readily in regard to. Hoofland's Ger
man Dims!, prepared by Br. C. M. Jackson, of this city
:because I was prejudiced against . 'them for many years,
under.the Irepneadonthrit they were chiefly an alcoholic
-mixture. Itim indebted to my friend, Robert Shoema
ker, Eel,' for the remaal Of this prejudite by proper;
Mets, and ktmenceimmement to try meat when mutbring
•frbm great and long continued debility. The use of
three bottler of-these Bitters .at the .beginning;, of the
present year, was followed by evident relief at 4 restora
tion to a degree of hodily and Mental vigoi which I bad
not for six months before,. and had Almost despaired of,
regaining. I tlierefore thank - God and my friend for ill
reeling- Me to there:3e of them. .
J. NEWTON BROWN', Philada..
Prom" Rev. Wareen Randolph, Pastor of ' baptist
-Church dermaxitoyrn,•Penm• • • •
Dr. C. M. Jackson:—Dear Sir:—Peisbnal experience
enables me to say that I regard the German. Bitters, pre-'
pared by you, as a most excellent medicine. Itt,ca...es of,
.severe cold and general debility I have been greatly bene
nett by the use of the BMW; and doubt;not they will
.produce Similar efleets on others,
• ' 'WARREN RANDOLPH,
From Rev.' ' 'Fahler`, 4 Pastor of Heddlng If. E.
Dr. G. M. Jaclmon.:—Dear Slr:.=-Having used Song Ger
man Bitters in my family frequently I am prepared to 'say
Unit it has been of great service. I believe that in most
'eases of general debility ofr thittyS tem It IS the safest and
most valuable.reruedy Of mkt& 1-InvvehtlY•ktaAledge•
Yours, respectfully. J. IL, TUEWRIK
No. t . 26 Nineteenth-Wreet.
Front' the Rev. J. 1L Lyons, ,formcrly Pastor of ttia
golinnims (N. J.) and 3fi}estohm'(Pa.)•Baptist Chinches.
• .Iqcsr Rdater.is,.N:
Dr. C. Llt. Jaekseti:=Pear Sir: 7 :l feel.% a pleasure thus,
of tunewn accord, to bear testimony to the excellence of
the Gormailltitters.; . .poine , Years siticei being much-:af
llicted,with Dyspepsia, I used them with very beneficial
results. I have often recommended them to persons. en- feebled by that, tormenting disease, anithave heard from
them the moat flatterin. , testimonials - as to their great
Valtie. 'ln car o l of general debility, I believe it to be Yt
tonic. that cannot be surpmwd. J. 3f.
' From the Rev Thomas Winter, Pastor of Boxborough
Baptist, Church..., .
, Dr. Jackgon:—Dear Sir: —T felt it due to 'your excel
lent: *potation, 'llootiond German Bitter; to add my
testintony, to the deserved reputation it has obtained. I
hiiire for years, at clines been troubled with great disorder
in,.my, head and neraMe• system, I was hAvised by a
friend to try a bottle of your German Bitters;- did so, and
bkviyesperienced great and unexpected relief; my health
has teen very matorigUy bonelltted.- I conadeptly recom
mend' the article whein I 'meet with cases - sitellar, to my
own, and, have hem assured by many .of 'their good ef
fects.- Respectfully yours,
• 'iiit,itoxtiorougb. Pa. .1
From , Rer. J. - S Etennan„ of; the German, .Reformed
Church, Kutztown, Berke county, Pa.
Dr..; C; M. Jackson :--Respected hare been.
-tronbled. with Dyspepsia nearly- twenty years,
.never used any medielnethat tint as much good as
'Hiiodand's Bitters. • I am:rery. utuch.Aproyod Im:health,.
atjcr haVing taken five bottles.
Your§ with resket• • S. nrginfAic
Large Size (holding nearly double quantity,) 00 •
per ..........a5 00
Small Size-75 cents per bottle—hall d0z.... 4 00
- ' BEW'AnE- OF COUNTERFEITS-I:- - -
See that-the signacure DL ..T4C . E.SON", is on the
WILIPPER of each bottle. •
' Shotild'yonr 'nearest drugigist. not bbyei the article,. do
not be put off by any of the intoxicating preparations that
may be offered in its place h
-u. send 10 - us, and we - will
forward, secureli - packed.;by 'e.spress., - • -
Principal Offline and Manufactory,
NO. 681" ARCH STREET, •
PffILADEJP.IIIA. „ T.
JONES & EVANS;
SuccesiorrtaT. 31". ..radaori4 Co., . •
'For 'Sale by Druggists' and Dealers in ever y town in the
United , States. •. . . -
ZOTASITILLE MILLS AMD FfiStM
PR IVA:TE SALE.
THE SUBSCRIBER will sell at Private
Sale, his MILLS and_FARll, lying in Baltimore
county, 25 miles Iffiri'llidfiniore, in the village of
Zoneksvillei-154 miles froin the Hanover turnpike road.
The farm contains about 253 Aerie, more Sr less, in a
'geed Site of ctiltiehtion. The farni tins htid about 18 000
bushels.of limed The improvements consist of a LARGE
STONE BWELEDIG HOUSE, 32364" feet; 'craft a steeple oh'
the , House r litanv4Wagon Rouen, Cora, Crib, Carriage
Rouse ;and other Out-buitdings, and also, four Tenant'
: dike on - the -Farm." 'There is a GOOD APPLE. OR
MARA of eholeo fruits on said farm. Them is a Jame
FLOUR3EI4 with four pairs of Burrs, newly "bultrin
ilekin good grain' Callntry;anif fascia good BA.NfliftLL
PlatU e ClriV) " 11 .:k4W 1 -4.q 1 4 1 . 1 bcri ,horvds, shingl
bummers, wagon &does, mastering laths,tm;";'tdso a-g o
;7- of bolloo/1 and Saw. " ,
It'l Vitt a goodtfall.
; ,?'byre are Churches and Public Self s - all
• ' 0.011.•
Persons wishing to view the property will be shown by
the subscriber on gte premise&
Brice—slB,oo9.; 3124146Watlattee in one and two
maregment.l. JOHN C. 2017C.K.
5,14 3 4- ee.Miliess/Zettetsville, Italthbore twenty; id&
'' •44s.nantiit 421 llf :;'
411 -J ino2ol • W3I. DOG* 4.1 ( X2',
• v••• y.‘ ;.ft '67.,!
LEVI 6. BEck.
PRICE TWO CENTS.
XXXVIIIth . Conwress---First Session.
ROUSE OF REPRESENTAIVES
au Motion of Mr. Ganson, (N. Y.,) the Com
mittee, on the Judiciary were instructed to in
ijuire into the necessity of providing for the
dissolution of National Bank Associations un
der the national carrency,act in cases of non
fulfillment of their liabilities.
Vobrhees intrOdtieecl a bill, which way;
referred to therommittee of Ways and Means_
taihig all transaction in gold• two per cent.
ffatitin'(lciwa) offered a joint resolution
declaring against the efforts of. France to
possess Mexico. Referred to the Committee
on Foreign Affairs:
The Louitiatta election case was called up
by_ Mr. Decrees. The resolution from the
Committee on elections declaring that A. P.
Field.is"not entitled to a seat/ in the House
was Theft considered. •
The Louisiana election case was called up
bk . Mr. Dawes. The resolution from the Com
mittee-on Elections declaring that A. P. Field
is not entitled to a apt in the House, was then
Dawes then argued that Mr. Field was
not :elected in accordance with the law of
LOLliglittlii, and that the loyal people of that
State had not had a fair opportunity to vote.
'Mr. , lternaii:(N. Y.) wanted the House to
express its condemnationoof the conduct of
the military Governor of Louisiana.
Mr. Smithers (bd.) opposed Mi. Field's
Claims to a seat on the ground that there was
no civil eovemment in Louisiana.
Mr. Field said in his own behalf and the
rights of loyal citizen of Louisiana to be repre
Mr. SteVen:s, (Pa..) from the Committee of
Waya and:Means, reported the,-judicial, ex
ecutive and legislative appropriation bills.
Ar. Hasson (Iowa) introduced the follow
ing joint resolutions, which were referred to
the, Committee on - Foreign Relatiens:
Resolved, The Senate caner:hi*, that Con
greiis has received with the:, profoundest
the information of the purpose entertained by
certain European powers to subvert the neigh
boring republic of Mexico, amt-to impose
A s pen the people of that republic a system of
government practically unknown to the people
of North America and alien to their pzinci
ciistoni and usages; and be it further
Resblved, That Congress regards this propo
sition with the deepest regret, and expresses
its,conviction that such an enterprise will be
'universally regarded in America as a menace
to the dignity and Performances of popular
governments, and that it • will only result in
adtling a new life to the causes which have re
_prosperity of that country, and
will provoke complications continually peril
ou to the traiiquilit'y of this continent.
The death of Mr. Noell, of Missouri, was
Parom I.lra alkbig ton
' The following gentlemen have been c4p
pciinted commissioners for the annual assay
at the Philadelphia Mint, Feb. 8; Prot
John Tory, N.Y., Prof. Jos. Henry,. Wa_sh
ington, Prof. T ramie Rogers and -Prof. B.
1i Rand, Philadelphia, Hon. G. A. Benedict,
Cleveland, Hon: Hugh lfrCulloch, Washing
tozin, Hon. J. P. Putnam, Boston, .L H. Alex
.MkiLXLETS BY TEPEGBA.Pti
'Flour 10c lower; sales of 12,000 bbls. at VI .10@i6 55 for
State; 'ST 400); 55 for Ohio; and, SIT 6503 10 for Soot!.
oio. Wheat beau; sides 119,000,bnsh. at a decline of 2,
closing with no buyers at the outside quotations;
Chicago, Spring S 1 5201 53; sfilwaukie Club SI 540 1 33;
r4il VI 641 69. Cori hasi declining tendency; salez er
51,00 at $1 20g1 23 in store: •Provisions steady.
'Whisky unsettled at 13@85c. Sugar steady. Petroleum
dull at at,14 . 4g300 for,crude; 413•g , 17 for free. Freights dull.
= TuAr's —Somebody has shown in the
fUttoWing ingenious production, that a very
denterice can. be made in which
the ,worct that is repeated' seven times:
lilt prove the word that I've made my theme
Is that that may be doubled without blame
And that that:that thus trebled, I may use,
And that that that that critics may abuse
May be correct. Dirther—the dons to both—
Five tiials may closely follow one another;
For be it known that we Way safely write
Or say, that that that that that man wrote was ti ilt;
Zray e2eit that that that that that that followed
Through six Meats, the grammar rule has hallowed:
And that ; tbat.that, ghat that that that b%-tiu,l
typeatea seven tithes is rightl—Denv who can.
FOlVDEliker. DISCOVERY` AND " WOEDAWFUL
;t, J. CREAMER would respectfully
iIL.7 ` inform the public in'general and the oiseasel in
Particular, Ilud.he has opened an office in Ponta iieconl
atreet,-dielow Chestnut, Harrisburg, Pa., where ha will
treat all diseases entrusted to his care,in accordance with
thp 'system nisooyerod and taught by Prot C. Bolles, cf
Philadelphia, with *hose institution he has been ccr..
taseted,and'AcVwhonitheitains pleasure. in referring the
public for inforination with reapecr to hit success in con
trolling disease. ` •
No drugging the system with uncertain Med ical agonti.
Ali cures performed by Magneffism, Galrani..4tll and oche:
rnbditicituons oo Electricity; without shocks or any
pleasant sensations, - After. Electrical Diagnosis, a
guarantee )Vill be given, if desired 'by the patient. Po:
further information call and get a pamphlet which cou
,tains hundreds-of certificates from medical men and oil,.
ore Proving - the superiority of this system of practice
overall paters. Consuldaticm /ran Office hours 9to 12
st., 1 to O and Ito 9 P. M o .
DR. J. MILTON CREAMER.
Broad Street, between Second - and Third,
THE 'undersig,ned has opened anew BA
KERY,' in thegiith ward, where he is prepared to
supply . BREAD AND.CAKRS at a reasonable ram Re
warrants itatiffaction to au who will give him a call. He
wCll salt his bread at, the rate of
FATE CENTS PER ifIUND,
and full weight guaranteed. JOHN ALCORN.
FOR BEN -:::The store room, cellar and
warehouse - long, occupied by Joseph R, s 3, dec'd, in
the,borough of Middletown, Pa.
The Store Racal l fitted up complete for dritoott.y. ke .
Ittelltitooellar for groceries . It to locatedfpre4osZ.
al at tre4s t
bpporteirity - is ed'eted te nn energeti einan to
dQ edarinLand safe burinees or 010 ,10 01, 1 Prolle4yi
iiri a sto - re, - will be sold. Inquiry fo be twee of '
• JOEDI T. 11O14tuong Exesator _
" , ,Addletown Tled .dl4-d2tAeraca
, 111 - ,_ - 01t101`1S
; GOLD .
Another lot of Morton's
u,ll'ie,Lv4A.T.E A.ao D
Just tved at.Sitheleies:Boplcsiore..
:.•ft -4 •, = •
New .1 - bits, January 24.