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Xiius of trod igratu*ortatiou
PENNSYLVANIA RAIL ROAD I
FIVE TRAINS DAILY TO AND
Q N AND AFTER MONDAY, JUNE
28th, 1880, the Passenger Trains on the Penn
sy mmia Railroad, will depart from and arrive at 'Phila.-
deipbta and Harrisburg as follows :
THROUGH EXPRESS TRAIN leaves at 1.15 a. in.
and arrives at West Philadelphia at 6.10 a. m.
. FAST LINE leaves at 6.20 a. m., arrives at West
Philadelphia at 10.10 a. m.
MAIL TRAIN leaves at 1.00 p. m., arrives at West
Philadelphia at 6.00 p. m.
These traias make close connection at Philadelphia with
the New York Lines.
MT. JOY ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, No. 1, leaves at
8.60 a. my Mt. Joy at 8.02, and commits at Lancaster at
8.60 with Lancaster Train, arriving at West Philadelphia
at 12.10 p. m.
HARRLSBORG ACCOMMODATION TRAIN leaves at
6.50 p, m., Columbia at 6.16, and arrives at West Phila
delphia at 0.06 p. m.
MT. Jur ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, No. 2, leaves at
4.00 p. m., Mt. Joy at 5.11, connects with Harrisburg
ACCollllllodatiOn Train-Rut, at Dillerville at 5.40, arriving
at West Philegltiphis at 9.05 p, m:
THRpI39II EXPliEgi fItAIN leaves Philadelphia at
1046 g . mn, arrives arEarrlibtirg at 2.55 p. m.
MAIL 'MAIN leaves Philadelphia at 7.30 a. In., ar-
Marge attfarriaburg at 12.50 IR'. m.
Pitt LINE Philadelphia at 11.50 a, in., arrives
at Miamisburg at 4.00 p. ut;
'Mt JOY ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, No. 1, leaves
Lancaster, on arrival of Mail Train West, at 11.04 a. m.,
learn Mi. Joy at 11.42, and arrives at Harrisburg at
MARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION TRAIN leaves
Philadelphia at 2.00 p. m., Columbia at 0.10, and arrives
at Harrtisburg at 7.35 p. m.
MT. JOY ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, No. 2, leaves
Lancaster, on arrival of Lancaster Train West, at 7.54 p.
m., Mt. Joy at 8.80, and arrives at Harrisburg at 9.42.
Passengers leaving Philadelphia at 4.00 p. m., on Lan
vaster Train, connect at Lancaster with Mt. Joy Accom
modation Train No. 2, at 7.54, and arrive at Hari isburg
at 1. 42 p. m.
SAMUEL D. YOUNG,
suit lasi DiffitiOn PCMUVillatif6 RafirOad
NEW AIR LINE ROUTE
TO NEW YORK!
SHORTEST IN DISTANCE
BIID QUICKEST IN TIME
BETWEEN THE TWO CITIES
ILARIZIS337.I - I=2,Gt• I
VIA READMQ, ALLENTOWN
MORNING EXPRESS, West,'leaves New Writ at 6A.
M., arriving at Harrisberg at 12.41 noon, only Of hours
between the two cities. -
MAIL LINE leaves New York at 12.00 neon, and ar
rives at Harrisburg at 8.80 P.M.
MORNING MAIL LINE Eivst, leaves Harrisburg , at
6.00 A. IL, arrivingat New York at 4.30
AFTERNOON 22eRns LINE, East, leaves Harris
burg at 1.15 P. N., arrivingat New - York at 9.00 P. M.
Connections are made at Harrisburg at 1.00 P. M. with
the PamsOger Trains In each'direction on the Pennsylva
nia, Cumberland Valley and Northern Central Itallroad.
All trains connect at Reading with trains for Pottsville
and Thiladelpble, and at Allentown for Mauch Chunk,
No change of Passenger Cars or Baggage between New
York end Harrisburg, by the 6.00 A. 14..1.1ne from New
York or the 1.16 P. M. rein Harrisburg. '
Forbin:My of scenery, and speed, comfortand accent•
medation, this route presents superior inducements to
the travehtm public.
Eare between New 'Stork and Harrisburg EWE DOL.
LOS. For tickets an, other Information apply to
81 CLYDE, General Agent, Harrisburg.
1860. 1860 .
Northern Central Railway 1
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
Q t AND AFTER SUNDAY, MAY
21th 1880, the PassengerTritne on' the' Northerti
(le val Railway will. leave Hirrisburg as ,follows
GOIIV G SOUTH.
EXPRWS TRAIN will leave .at... 1.40 A. N.
ACCOMMODATION TRAIN will lea've at.. 7.30 A. M.:
UAW *Weave at ......1.00 ESL
MAIL TRAIN will leave at 1 30 P. M.
EXPRESS TRAIN will leave at.. ..... --Hal P. M
The only Trains leaving Harrisburg on Sunday will be
the EXPRESS A.-by A.-„ going South, and the
3HPILEBOWA/N kit 7.821%
PS . •
M. going North.:
8 . 8
.t or tamp; information appy at the Office, in paws,
4 t r°B 4
JOHN W. HALL, Agent.
Harrisburg Hay 28. 1880.—ma213410 ;9r
READING RAIL ROA D .
ON ARID AFTEZ? .MAY 28th, 1860.
TWO PASSENGER TRAINS LEAVE ItAluusaGEG
DAILY. (Sundays excepted ) at 8.00 A. M., and 1,16 P.
M. lOr Pldiadalptda, arriving there at 186 P. M.,. and
eah P. E.
RETURNING, LEAVE PM:LAM/PHU at 8.00 A. =M.,
apd 8.30,P. M., arriving , at Harriabrrg at 12.46 noon and
8.30 -1 1 1
F:IMUM :—To Philadelphia, No. 1 Cars, $3.25 ; No. 2 (in
won train, ) 2/70.
:--To Reading, $1.60 and SL3O.
Al 1405404, connect with train's for FottaylU6 •Mhtera-
TthA n rien=Staidigib. al&
ISAVA READING FOR PRILADSI.
PW* DAILY, at 6 A. M., 10.45 A 1102.80 noon and
8.41 P. 2/ •
LEAVE PHILADERHIA FOR READING at 8.00 A. 11.,
1.00 P, M, fr
..80 5.00 P. U.
num to Philadelphia, $1.75 and E 1.45.
THE MO ' FROM FLORISBIRIG CON.
MELTS AT REAM with ,ap train for Wilkesbarre,
For 'zt.gli tickets and other information apply to
J. J. CLYDE,
READING RAILROAD .
- RFDRON OF PASSENGER FARES.
On andrafter MONDAY, APRIL Rd; 1800
WITH 26 00111 ions will be limited be
tween any points desired, good for the holder or
any Member of his Welly, in any Passenger train, and
at any time—at 26 per cent. below the Emmen FARREL
Parties having oamslon to use the Road fr equently on
business or plinenre, will And the above arrangement
sonvestiont and ecoriomical ; es Four Passenger trausi
rim daily , each wo,,r between Reading and Philadelphk 4
end- Two Trains daily 'between Reeding, Pottsville and i l
Hirshberg. On Sundays, only one morning iseindewn.
andisaliattersoontrain up, rum between Pottsville and
gin gpi sit
:and no Passenger train on the Lebanon
Y Anilrelid. c ,
Foe aboVe Makes, or - any iniiinnation relating
thereto, apply to R. Bragord, Dili 2itiesinur, Philadel
plilu, to ill° /ROW" polyp iligh3lsi • or to
Aelgdif 0.. , , ' , ' : Gehl!
FOR THE PEOPLE.
HEAR WHAT THE PEOPLE SAY.
The undersigned bay ing used 'snifter BumpEggy,s
SPECIFIC SOMCEPATHIC R FEMMES In our families with
the most satisfactory results, and having full confidence
in their genuineness, puritraild efficacy, cheerfully re
commend them them to all persons who wish to have
safe, reliable, and efficacious remedies athand for private
or domestic use.
The Rev. Win. Hosmer, editor of "The Northern hide:
pendent," Auburn, N. Y.; the Rev. E. H. Cressy, D. D.,
Rector of St. Peter's Church, Auburn, N. Y.; the Rev. B.
1. Ives, Chaplain of the Auburn State Prison ; the Rev.
Spencer M. Rice, Rector, New. Bedford, 1.1.,55.; the Rev.
Allen Steele, New York Conference ; the Rev. Samuel
Nichols, East Genesee Conference, N. Y.; the Rev. P. s.
Pratt, Dorset, Vt.; the Re.. John B. Roble. Buffalo; A. C.
Hart, Esq., Utica, N. Y., the Pon. Neal Dow, Portland,
Me.; the Hon. Schuyler Colfax, South Bend, Ind.; the
Hon. George Humphreys , N. Y. Henry D. Cook, Req.,
editor of the Ohio State Journal, Columbus, Ohio; the Hon.
R. H. Graham, Monne, ill.; the Hon. Thomas J. Chase,
Monticello, Fla the Hon. Joseph Benedict, Utica, N. Y. ;
Win. Bristol, Esq., Mc), N. Y.; A. S. Pond, Esq., Utica,
N. Y.; James Plunkett, Esq,, Nashville, Tenn.
1,14!OF 6PECWIC BEM - EDITS.
No. 1.=.4145r Teter, Congestion, and IntlamMaldon.
No. 2.—For Worm Fever, Worm Colic, Wetting the
No. 8. For Colic, Crying Teething, and Wakefulness
No. 4.—For Diarrhea, Cholera Infantum, and Summer
No. b.—For Colic, Gripings, Dysentery, or Bloody Flux.
No. 6.—For Cholera, Cholera Morbus,Vontiting.
No. 7.—For Coughs, Colds, Influenza and Bore Throat.
No. S.—For Toothache, Face-ache, and Neuralgia.
No. 9.—For Headache, :Vertigo Beat and Fullness of
No.lo —Dyspepsia Pills—For Weak and Deranged Sto
mach, Constipation, and Liver Complaint.
No. 11.—For Female Irregularities, Scanty, Painful, or
No. 12.—For Leucorrhoa, Profuse Menses, and Bearing
Down of Females.
No. 13.—For Croup, Hoarse Cough, Bad Breathing.
No. 14.—Salt Rheum Pills—For Erysipelas, Eruptions,
Pimples on the Face.
No. 15.—Rheumatic Pills.—For Pain, Lameness, or
So eness in the Chest, Back, Loins, or Limbs.
A.—For Fever and Ague, Chill Fever, Dumb Ague, Old
P.—For Piles, Blind or Bleeding, Internal or External
o.—For ;Sore, Weak and Inflamed Eyes and Eyelids ;
Failing, Weak, orßlurred Sight.
C.—For Catarrh, of long standing or recent, either with
obstruction or profuse discharge.
W. C.—For Whooping Cough, abating its violence and
shortening its course.
In all acute diseases, such as Fevers, Inflammations,
Diarrhea, Dysentery, Croup, Rheumatism, and aach erup
tive diseases as Scarlet Fever, Measles, and Erysipelas,
the advantaged giving the proper remedies promptly is
obvious, and in 'all such cases the specifics act like a
charm. The entire disease is oftcn arrested at once, and
in all cases the violence of the attack is moderated, the
disease shortened, and rendered less dangerous.
Coughs and Colds, which are of such frequent occur
rence, and which so often lay the foundation of diseased
lungs, bronchitis and consumption, may all be at once
t red by the Fever and Cough Pills.
In all Chronic diseases, such as Dyspepsia, Weak Sto
mach, Conniption, Liver Complaiuta, riles, Female De
bility, and Irregularities, old Headaches, Sore or Weak
Eyes, Catarrh, alt Rheum, and other old eruptions, the
case as spec ifics whose proper application will allbrd a
cure in almost every instance. Often the cure of a 'tingle
chronic difftculty, such as Dyspepda, Piles or. Catarrh,
He attache or Fenale Weakness, has more than paid for
the case tea times over.
Case of 20 vials complete; in morocco, and Book VS
Case of 20 vials, and Book, plain - 4
Cue ofsle.nwnbered boxes, and 800 k................ 2
QUIC of fitoies, numbered, and 800 k.... 1
Single cambered boxes, with directions.... 24 cents
Single lettered boxes, with directions 60 cents
Large case of 2os. vials, for planters and physicians.. $l6
Foa harrews OR Pwraszao.—Oppressed, Difficult, Labor
ed Breathing, attended with. Cough and Expectoration
Price, '6O cents per box.
Pox EAR ThIICRAItaRB can DRAPiass.—Discharges from
the Ear, the result of Scarlet Fever, Measles or Mereurl-
SM. tor Noises In the Head, Hardness of Hearing, and
Ringing id the Ears; and 4
Barohe. Price, 60 cents per
Foe SCRORDlA.—Ealarged Glands, Enlarged and Indura
ted Tonsils, Swellings and Old Ulcers, Scroiblons Cachexy
of Children. Price, 60 cents per box.
FOR Gaxszat, Dxsarry.--Physlcal or Nervous Weak
ness. Either the resnlCof Sickness, Excessive. Medica
tion, or Rahatuttfog Discharges. Price, 60 cents per box.
Fos Ditorsr.=-Fluld Accumulations, Tumid Swellings,
with Scanty Secretions. Price, 60 cents per box.
FOR SZASICIINESS.—Deitffy Sickness, Vertigo, Nausea,
Vomiting. Sickness from riding or motion. Price, 60
cents per box.
Fos Unntairr DIUABEB.—For Gravel, Renal Calculi, DUE
cult, painful Urination, Diseases of the Kidneys. Price,
60 cents per box. .
Fox Swam EJUlSlONO.—lnvoluntary Discharges and
Consequent Prostration and Debility, Bad Results of Evil
Habits. The most successful and efficient remedy known,
and may be relied upOn as a cure. Pricei with full dhow
lions, E. per box. -
Perions who wish tolplace themselves under the pro
fessionil care, or to seek' advice of Prof. Hnstrnssirs, can
do so, at his office 582 Broadway, daily from 8 A. ht. to'B
P. M. or Oy letter.
ODB REMEDIES BY MAIL.
, Look over the list ; Make up a case , of what kind yon-
Choose and inclose the amount ins current note or stamps
by mail to our address, at No. 5e2 Broadway, New York,
and the medicine will be duly returned by mail or ex
press, free of charge..
AGENTS WANTRD.—We desire an active, efficient
Agent for the sale 01 our Remedies in every town or com
munity in the United States.! Address
Dr. F. RIII,IPBREYS & Co.,
aprlB-dawly Ncojilanattenwar, ?Dm Toon.
Wholesale and Retail agent for Ha rrisburg and vicinity
C. K. Keller. Also sold by Theodore F. Scheer, and
Druggists and stores generally.
DRUGS AND CHEMICALS.
DRUGS AND CHEMICALS.
DRUGS AND CHEMICALS.
Patent Medicines. Family Medicines
Patent , Medicines. Family Medicines.
Patent NedicinOs. Family Medicines
Trusses, Supporters, Shoulder Braces.
Trusses, Supporters, Shoulder Braces.
Trusses, Supporters, Shoulder Braces.
FANCY AND TOILET ARTICLES.
FANCY AND TOILET ARLICLES.
FANCY AND TOILET ARTICLES.
'PRIME HAVANA CIGARS TOBACCO.
'PRIME . HAVANA CIGARS , TOBACCO:
PRIME HAVANA CIGARS, TOBACCO.
We endeavor to buy and sell the very best of every
thing in our line, and always have a good assortment in
store from which customers may choose. And selling at
fair prices we do command a fair share of patronage.
O. K. SELLER'S DRUG STORE,
No. 91 Market street.
THE 13 . NDERSlGNED,fresiding in Ham
a, melstowm, Dauphin cqunty, respiegully invites the
public to his stock now on band: All persons wishing
to purchase Vebicles.are invited to visit his establish
ment. Having a very = large. assortment now on hand,
such es Two and One Seated:Rockawayn Jenny Lind,
Top and Trotting 'Buggies Sulkies:at: Cali and see be
fore buying elsewhere, as he feels assured that he is able
to please in style and price. Repairing done at all times
at the shortest notice.
marliAtf SAMITIEG WALMER.
SPANISH OLIVES 1
AFRESH SUPPLY just received and for
sale by the quart or in bottles.
my 9 Wlti. DOM, JR. & CO.
SHEET MUSIC, -
ALL MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS,
ni JANOS FROM THE BEST MANU
Three second-hand Pianos in store, which will be sold
at low prices and on reasonable terms, at
1tP1 9 .. • Market street
A. Liattifi aasortfaeut at. ALBUMS, of.all
whn .will make suitable OBRISTMAit.
(BSI'S for your lady friends, wil• be found at
BERGE/QM CUSP BOOKSTORE,
ai Maricat Sweet..
At:int:VD:o THIS -ritiottlintd ,
E6Citatt?r, ' - ' l , ejstlee.
tiono , 5 : '
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A. • - 4/1/11 . j1 . 4 1 1 1 j J ati alffr; “4 2ttrtrittirsa ' 1860.
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THE OBIGINE.ii; AND 'll/I.NIIINE
COXIDUND , EXTRACT OF
S AR SA PARILLA,
The Great Renovator of
THE SOVEIIEIGN REMEDY- FOB
ERUPTIONS OF THE
AND ALL FORMS :OF . CUTANEOUS
D !SEABEE -
These cottplaints cab be Elfeedilyiind cacti:telly cured
by the use or tale_
• WORLD RENOWNED
SAR S g A 4.1141
Thousands have experienced, its salutary effects, and
tens of thousands have witnetied It, cuttlfit has ceased to
bas - question"among the intelligent portien :of the COM
When the Blood becomes lifeless and • stagnant, either
from the effects of Spring .weather, change of climate,
want of exercise, the use of unillarmsalinoptectß any
ono cause compound Mitract of ; Sierseparhia , win
triatiriv tbd - BLOOD, carry off ' the, imtild, htiirior
RAGVLAYE /Lk: ZlO TEEM
And im part a Tone of Vigor: to the
TO TEE. PUBLIC.
The public ate hereby notified ghee Ott preparation ex'
tensively known:as' Dr..S. 'P..Townsesidtti compound Ex:
tract ofsaranparilat b3mow niatittfactured-tutder my di:
section and Supersision, front UM original recipe obtained
?rem Dr.: S. P. Tovrnsend; anal certify that it I£l coMpor
ed of ingredients TURELYNEGETABLE, and WITHOUT
MERCURY; andalto that:the ingredients are judiclotisly
compounded, so as to obtain from them their greatest
JAMES It. CHILTON, M. D., Chemist.
Dr. S. P. TOWNSEND'S Common, Brinier-or SOU.
PAMII4, has a reputation among all civilised nations as
the best preparation foil • ,
Itenovitinglfan — k Pnr - an' githe BLOOD
width science has eVer, offered to man. In` this ,resides
its PECULIAR IaCELIENCE, and' to this is due its world
• It contains all the vegetable principles which 'ail:m. l-
ence had ; proved , metal in Clearing the SYSTEM from
Dicfr &SE, extracted and cortilahted with the highest Skill
which'the retinementit of modern'chemistry enable nib)
Whatever may be said by mortified competitors or
splenetic physicians, the fact that this Medicine Is EVERY
WHERE USED,' and that its use ereides en increased 'de
mand, shows conclusively that it 'passes,* thedlobial
merits of theiltst rder '
C A A/ T I'O ' N_
To &Void imposition It will be necessary to see that
DR. JAMES R. CHILTON'S
CERTIFICATE as well as the .SIGNATURE of Dr. S. P.
Townsend, is on the outside wrapper of each bottle.
BE VERY CAREFUL TO USE NO OTHER.
Proprietor's office, No. 41 Fulton street, N. T.
And far sale by every Druggist in this i ity.
PILLS OF IRON.
AN aperient and Stomachic preparation et IRON puri
fied of Oxygen and. Carbon by combustion in Hydrogen.
Sanctioned by the highest Medical Authorities, ooth in
Europe and the United ;dabs, and prescribed in their
The experience of thousands daily proves that no pre=
paration of Iron can be compared with it. Inipuritles of
the blood, depreasion of vital energy, pale and other
wise sickly complexions indicate Its necessity in ranted
every conceivable case. Innoziene in all maladies .in
which ft has been tried ; it has proved absolutely cura
tive in each of the following complaints, viz
In Debility, Nervous AffecUomi, Emancipa
tion, Constipation, Diarrhoeb, Dysentery,
Incipient Consumption, &rondo= Tnber#
mantis, Salt Rheum, blismembruatiota;
Whites, Chlorosis, Liver Complaints, Chili:
rile Headaches, illieumatisin,"lntermitteni
Fevers, Pimples on the Face. ac.
In case of General Debility, whether the result
of acute disease or of the continued diminttion of ner
vous and muscular energy from chronic complaints, one
trial of this restorative has proved auccessful to an ex
tent which no description nor written attestation would
render credible. Invalids so long bed-ridden as to have
become forgotten in their own neighborhoods, have sud
denly re-appeared - in thir Wily:world as if just returned
PrOtranted Mkt* al.diatatit Soda Very ,
signal instanuee of Mds'iiiiid are attested 'of : cereal& Sur
forces, emaciated violin of apparent maraemus, ean
guineous exhaustion, critical changes, and that complica
tion of nervous and dyspeptic aversiqn..to air l and exer
cise tor Which the phYsichuilas no nettle,'
Is Nervous. Affections of all 'kinds, and for rea
sons familiar to medical men, the operation of this pre
paration of iron must necessarily he salutary, forunlike
the old oxides, it is vigorously tonic, without being ex
citing and overheating; and gently, regularlY aperient;
even in the most obstinate cases of costiveness„ without
ever being a gastric purgaUve, or inflicting &disagreeable
It Is this latter property, among others, which makes
it so remarkably effectual and permanent a remedy Air
Piles, upon which it also appears to exert a distinct and
specific action, by dispersing the local tendency which
In Dyspepsia, innumerable as are its mums. &single
box of these Cluilybeate Mai has. Soften sufficed for the
most habitual COON, including the attendant Corticeness.
In unchecked fillusithoeui even when advanced to
DysenterY,. ISOaraled,ero/01.611tligi 111111‘ apparently' ma
the of have Pm/. equally 494dve and te•
In the localpains, loss of Iles& and strength, debili
cough, and remittent hectic, which generally
cate Incipient Consumption, this remedy has al
layed the slant . of friends and , physichina, in several
very gratifying' nd interesting Instances. ' ' •
In !Scrofulous Tuberoulosle,Abis medicated Iron
has had far more than tee good of the, most cautiously
balanced prOperatieds of iodine, without any of their well
known liabilities. '
The attention et females cannot be too confidently in.
'sited to this remedy and restorative, in the cases pecultsr
ty affecting them.
In Rheumatism, both chronic and inflammatory--;
in the latter, however, more secidedly—it bas been in
variably well reported ; both as alleviating pain and re,
diming the swellings and Stiff:semi or the joined muscles.
In Intermittent Fevers it must necessarily be a
great remedy anttenergetio restorative, and its progress
In the new settlement of ‘ the2west,•will probably be one
of high renown anu usefulness.
No remedy hasetrer been discovired, in the whole his
tory of medicine, widch.exertasuch promet T bab.eY and
fplly rOsttfralimi liTecla! 4,qm_pietA digeit e '
don, reptd'acquieition deb .- a5:04'1594 an u nusual dis
position for active and cheerful:exercise; immediately
Pia' np M -neat Hat •Metailieresi_coitiiirtini dip pills;
price. 6 9,laj* box.; fdrdliiiP.Y Pruggidd and dealers.
Will be sent free to tiny addresit ort, receipt of the price.—
All lettere; orders, etc., should be addressed to •
LOME I:A49 l MM4idisephi,
ap4-dtt ' • "'VW : , *%tdivir'llew York.
NEW =FIRM 'NEW 'GOODS
E SUBSCRIBERS havirig succeeded
to the WHOIRa I a AND RETA.ILAROCERY ROSI-
Nof . Mamie: GROW KUNKEL, :;at WALNUT
STREET 'W}IitItIK, - Would 'resnecthilly announce 'to thli
citizens of Hareleburg and vicinity; that they are pre
pired to offer ibr sale a hirge andeoniplete.asSOrtment of
Groceries, Provis ions, . •
Fisk; ~ Salt, .
Grain Flour, - •
. • -
Ropes, in , •gteat, variety,
Oils, • - Fund, •
• Cement, ao., dko.
Our Large SPRING STOCK, purchased in . Philadelphia
and New York, and now arriving, his been selected
with much care, and Will present great inducementsto
close buyers.'• • -
We intend: to Ateep •FIRSPCLASS GOODS,Mad WILL
NOT BE UNDERSOLD, and hope by honorable dealing to
merit and receive a share of patronage.
mar24-dtf A. ROBINSON k 00..
COLDS! COLDS !! COLDS !!!
Esenweitili Tar and Woodliaptba Pectcrall. • .
Wistai'd Belga= of Wild Cherry.
Syrup.of Tar r Nikkgherry and Hoarhoundj
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral.
tioofliaidts Thasualc Vordlal. . I
i Brown's Bronchial Trochee. •
Jayee's'Beriket *pit 14, A `gig. `« `
HumlEirey'S oinMpelbßlPiEs, (proved; lo(h° of
goimumpUoigintred*Rig., Oftbe ttH
54" 4 - 1 r
umittivik v it
t blVi r ' "44 ','Z.4l4Vil
BAYING PROOFS SO STRONG AND DIRECT AS TO
EXPEL THE DOUBTS
FOR, STATESMEN,. JUDGES, EDITORS,
PHYSICIANS ,of the oldest aureola as well as new, give
it their tinquilitled sanction" and recommend it for all
cases of eruptions, and diseases of the scalp and brain ;
but all who , have used it, unite, in testifying that it will
preserve the heir' from being grey, and from falling to
any age, as well as restore. Read the following
OAK GROTE, 8. 0., June 24th. 1859.
PROF.-0, J. WOOD : Dear Sir i.--Your Hair REstorative
la rapidly gaining popularity in this community. 1 have
bad occasion to lai prejudice aside. and give your Hair
Restorative a perfect test :
During the year 1854; I was so unitiounate as to be
thrown from my sulky against a rock near the roadside,
from which my head received a moat terrible blow;
causing a great deal of irritation, which communicated to
the brain and external surface of the head, from the ef
fects of Which my hair Was fi nally destroye d over the en
tire surface of the head. From the time I first discovered
its dropping, however, up to the live of its total disap
pearance, (employed'everything could think of, being
a protesskmal man myself, and, as I thought, understand
tog the nature of the disease, but was finally defeated in
every proacription advanced. -
These and no ether, circumstances induced me to re
sort to your worthillalr.Reatoratiie, which I have every
reason to have ploduced a very happy result; tau
months after the first applicatiOn, I bad as beautiful a
head of young e hair an I ever saw, for which I certainly
owe you my . most sincere thanks. Rest assured, dear
air, I shall. recommend year remedy to all 'inquirers;
moreover, I shall use my influence, which 1 flatter my
self 'to say, is not a little. Yon can publish this it yon
think.proper. Yours very respectfallY
Id. J. WRIGHT. M D.
CMOs OF'7Bl JITETICRSONIAR, Philippi, Va.; Dec. 12,1858
DEAR SIR feel it my duty as well as my .pleasure,
to state to you the following circumstance, which you
canoed as you think'proper. A gentleman of this place,
(a lawyer,) has been bald ever since hie early youth ; so
much so, that he Was campeaed to wear a wig. He was
induced to use a bottle of your "Hair Restorative," which
he liked very much; and alter using some two or three
bottles his hair grew out quite luxuriantly, and he now
has a handsome head of hair. The gentleman's name is
Bradford, and he, is very well known in our adjoining
counties, many persons can testify to the truth of this
statement; .I give it to you at therequest of Mr. Bradford.
You can sell a great deal of your Hair Restorative In this
and the adjoining couidles if you have the proper agents.
Yours Ac.; THOMPSON SOBOHNOR.
Da. WOon : DeaiSir :—Parmit me to express tae obli
gations I am under for the entire restoration of my hair
to its original color ;about the time of my arrival in the
United States, it was rapidly beet:ming gray but Upon
the application. of your "
Hair Restorative" It soon re.
covered its orly trial hue. I consider your Restorative as
a very wonderfhl invention, quite efficacious as well as
agreeable. S. THALBESO.
The Reatorative is put in bottles of three sizes, viz :
large; medium and small; the small holds )fil a pint, And
recalls for one dollar per bottle; the medium holds at
least twenty per cent. more in proportion than the small;
retails for two &Rani per bottle ; the large holds a quart,
40 per cent. more in proportion, and retails for SS.
•0. J. WOOD. & Co., Proprietors, 444 Broad Way, New
York, and 114 Market street, St. Louis, Mo.
And sold by all good Druggists and Fancy Goods
An experienced Nnrse and Female Physician, promote to
the attention of mothers, her
For Children Teething,
which greatly facilitates the process or teething, by soft
ening the gums,reduclng all inflammation—will allay ALL
PAllq, and sintimodie action, and is
SURE TO IiEOULATE THE BOWELS.
Depend Upon it., mothers it will give rest to yourselves
AND, REIM AND ILEALTH TO YOUR INFANTS.
We have putup and sold this article for over ten
years, and CAN BAT, /N 005- . rumors AND TRUTH, what
we have never been.able p. to say of any other medi
eine. EVER- HAS IT FAILED, IN A SINGLE nv-
SUNOS TO EFFECT A p CURE, when. timely used.
NeVer did we know an In- 1:4 stance of dissatisfaction by
any one who used It. On t the contrary, all are de
lighted. with its operations, and speak, in terms of.
highest commendation of co its magical effects and
medical virtue& Wo eTendt. in this, matter "wasx wa
DO /tinily, alter ton years'., experience, AND rLV.OOI
OUR REPUTATION FOR TRH ITRAILMINT OF WHAT WI
DIOSARI. In almost. 14 every instance where the-
Infant, itt sabring from pain a'.4 and exhaustion, relief will
be Tpund in fifteen or a.i twenty minutes allpr the
syrup is edministered. T . 4 This valuable ralm.ra..
lion Is the' prescripton of El one of the most EXPERI
ENCED and SKILLF UL C MIMS in New England,:
and has been used With, xxyxit SAILING MODEM in
THOUSAIIDS'OF CASES. '
It not only. relievea the child from pain, but in
vigorates the stomach and bowels, corrects acidity,
and gives tone and energy co to the whole system: I
will almost initahtly re--- Rave GRIPING IN THE .
BOWELS AND WIND lit COLIC, and overcome con
vuls ions, which if nut speedily remedied, end in'
death. We believe it the livo tantr and SUREST RRNEDT
IN TRH WORLD, In all cases 0.1 of DYSENTERY' AND
DIARRHEA iN CHILD- REN; whether it arises
from. teething or from any bp other. cause. We would
say to every mother Who L'" has a child suffering from
any of the foregoing com- •Plaints--no NOT Jay TOUR
rwumplie. NOR THE PRIMP. DION OF 'ILID.d
tween your sneering child (unlike relief t will be
SURE-,—yes, ABSOLUTE- :LY SURE-40 follow the
use of this__
medicine, it '' timely used. Full 'lkea-,
lions for using will accompany each bottle. None'
genuine, unless the frut-',44 simile of CURTIS & PER.:
EINS, NeW York, Is on th e 1. 4 outside wrapper.
ihild by D r ugg t s to l'W throughout the werld.
Principal Omen, No. 13 - Cedar St. 'New York
Price only 25 Cents per Bottle.
Ifirfor bale at Harrisburg' by 'D. W. Grows Co., No
19, Market atreet, .1. Martin Luta; No. 22 Market stmt.°.
K. BMW; No. 91, Market street, below Fourth, andstl,
Iffiles;l29 Market street.
toa) OLD DR. HEATH'S BOOK at.
of Travels and groat discoveries of the Japan-WI .
See and Fast India Medicines, with fall directioni for the,
cure. of Consuniption, Bronchitis, Coughs.:Colds, Catarrh'
asthma, Fevers, Hearpisease, Scrofula, .Cancer,
repels, - Liver I.kier Complaint, Gravel and U rinar y 'NOME!,
Female Complaints, , &c. Illustrated with . hundreds 0,
certificates of cures and engravings. For the purpose of
rimming as many suffering fello*-beings as possible froni
premature death, it will be sent, to an). pa r t of the eeeti*
nark 'by sending - 25 cents toDRS. MATH, , ,
, . .547 Broadway New. York City.
Sold by C K. Keller, Harrisburg; SataueLElllott,
Carlisle; i Kauffman, Mecharilcsburg; Christian Miller,
Millersburg . ; Dr. Geo;Buss,. Lebanon.; J. C. Altio,.sl4pr
/ 1 ,
••••c, 0 :34 91'
S IA 0
Save the Pieces !
As =ideas teal happen , happen, arm wert regulatedfariilies
It is very desirable to have some cheap and "convenient
way for repairing Furniture, Toys, Crockery, dz„l,l
SPALDING'S PREPARED GIVE
meets all such enlergeneies, and no household eitiV afro d
to be without It. It ie always ready, and .up tothe stick
inepoint." There is no . longer a necessity' for hipping
chairs, splintered veneers; headlea toys and. broken
cradles. It is just the article for cone. shell and other
ornrmental work, so popifiar - with ladles of refinement
This admirable preparation:is used cold, being Chetni
rally held solution, andrpossessina all the qualities of
the best cabinet.makers , glue. Itmay be useithi the
placeef ,ordinary-mu cilage;
as being vastly more adhesive.
, Klfilt.FUL tytax. HOUSE."
Wit —A Brushiteconipa - nl each bottle. Price 25'cts.
Wholesale Depot, No. 48 Qedar street, New York.
Address HENRY O. SPALDING & CO.,
.163. x No. 8,600, New York
Put up for Dealers in= cases-containing Four, Eight and
Twelve Dosedr-a beautiful Lithographic Sbow•card ac
compsnyhtg each package..... —
lark single bottle of SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE
will save ten times - its emit annually to every houiehold.
Sold by all prominent Stationers, Druggists, Hardware
and: Purniturb Dealers; Greeds and Pa - ey Storee.
COuntry merchants. shbuld mpke , -.llte of SPALDING'S
PREPARED GLUE, when maids up their list, It will
stand any climate. febl7 dewly
A NE.W AND FINE ASNETMENT
G r BA Gz. S
g H 0:
Mountain Herb Pills.
rpHE inventor and manufacturer of "Jud
.k son's Mountain Herb Pills," has dpent the greater
part of his life in travelling, having visited nearly every
country in the World He spent over six years among
the Rocky Mountains and of Mexico, and it was thus that
the "Motrxrars Hugs Prus" were discovered. A very
interesting account of his adventures there, you will find
in our Almanac and Pamphlet.
It is an established fact, that all diseases arise from
The blood is the life I and when any foreign or un
healthy matter gets mixed with it, it is once distrbuted to
every organ of the body. Every nerve feels the poison,
and all the vital organs quickly complain. The stomach
will not digest the food perfectly. The liver ceases to
secrete a sufficiency of bile. The action of the heart is
weakened, and eo the circulation la feeble. The lungs be
come clogged with the poisonous matter ; hence a cough
—and all from a slight impurity of the foturtaln-head of
Ilic—the Bioad I As If you had thrown some earth, for
instance, in a pure spring, from which ran a tiny rivulet
in a few minutes th e whole course of the stream be,
comes disturbed and discolored. Asquickly does impure
blood lly to every part, and leave its sting behind. All
the passages become obstructed, and unless the nitrite•
tlon is removed., the letup of life soon dies out.
mete pills not only purify the blood, but regenerate all
the secretionS of the body, they are, therefore, unrivalled
CURE FOR BILIOUS DISEASES,
Liver Complaint, Hit* Headache, ac. 'Tbla
Medicine expels Rom the blood the bidden seeds of dia.
ease, and renders all the fluids and secretions pure and
fluent,eleseing and resuscitating the vital organs.
Pleasant indeed, id it to us, that we are able to plans
within your reach, a medicine like the "gfourrrusr Etna
Pius," that will pass directly to the afflicted parta,througb
the blood and fluids at the body, and -cause the suiterair
to brighten with the flush of beauty and health.
Judson's Pat are the Best Remedy in exist
ence for the following Complaints:
Bowel Complaints, Debility, , Inward Weakness,
Coughs, Sexier and Ague, Liver Complaints,
Colds, Female Complaints,Lowness of Spirits,
Chest Diseases, Headaches, Piles,
Costiveness, Indigestion, Stone and arm',
Dyspepda, Influenza, Seoundary Sysrp-
Diarrhcea, inflammation, toms.
Dropsy, • • • • r •
GREAT FEMALE MEDICINE I
. Females who value health, should never be without
these Pills. They purify the blood; remove obstructions
of all cleanse the o f
or all pimples and blotches,
and bring kinds,e
rich color of health to the pale cheek.
Aar The Plants and Herbs of which these Pills are
made, were discovered In a very surprising way among
the 'resumes, a tribe of Aboriginal in Mexico. Get the
Almanac of our Agent, and you will raid with delight,
the very Interesting account it contains of the tlizasx
'Mzotaxs" of the Aztecs.
Observe.—The Ilentain Herb Pills are put up in a
Beautilul Wrapper. Each box contains 40 pills, and :Bo
tall at 25 cents per box. AU genuine, have the signature
or B. L. JUDSON gc CO., on each box.
B. L. JUDSON & CO.,
No. 60 Leonard Street,
sa- Agents Wanted always--Address 118 above. 'VII
The attentiooof Invalids, Physicians, Clergymen, sci
entific men, and the public generally, is rtepectfully
solicited to the merits of this chemical preparation', eon
taininglizon,Sulphoor and Phospporas and which
Is Identical . n its composition with the Hanalic Cloinde,
or red blood. In all diseetes accompanied with
pale countenance and nervous derangement, analysis of
the blood show itEdeficieney of the red globules. Ruddy
complexion and a rosy tint of the ski; is always *dim.
tive of health '
• while a pale, wax•llke skin and .collate
nauce,—which evinces a deficiency of the red globules,—
accompanies a diseased organism.- Preparations of Iron
have. Icon given for the purpose of supplying.the red
globules, bat we contend that 'lron alone, Stalg.hzar
alone, or Phoitabortas alone, will notmeet the dell
clency in every case, but that ajudimous combinaticot of
Air. these elements is necessary to - reshire the blobdi.o lOC
normal standard. This point, never belbre attained, has..
Veen reached in the Blood,Pcsixll, and its discovery.
rinks as ono of the most scientific and important' of the
age. Its effects in
are to soften' the cough, brace the nerves, strengthen
the system; allay the prostrating night sweats, inentade
,the physical and mental energy, enrich, the hicodtly,r,e•
storing the locking red globules, increase the **WM,
restore the color, and clothe the skeleton, Irwin with:
Shah. The Blood Food will be hound a specific In all
throttle Diseases of the Throat or Lunge,_ such
as. Asthma, Bronchitis , Coughs, &c. Public Spoakets and
singers will find it of great utility to clearing and
strengthening the vocal organs. In Dyspepsia Liver
Cconpiaints, Dropsy, Efaepay. Paralysis, keroftertqwel,
St. Vitus'' Dance, Fever and Ague , &c, its efficacy la
marked and instantaneous. In no close 01 disease," hovr
ever, are the beneficial effects of this remedy so con
spicuous as in thee) harm:Siting -
to which the gentler Sem are liablepind nth' Mb' tend to-
Wards Consumption,. such as nupprennvil or • difficult
Menstruation, Grim Stekviess, Whites, /coy especially
when these complaints are accompanied with paleness,
anlogy hoe oipallor ot the skin, deprmsion of spirits . ,
debilisy, palpitation, went of appetite, and nervous pros
tration' We have the utmost confidence in recommend
ing the Blood Food to all who may be conscious of a
less of vitality or energy, and to those whose mental or
bodily powers are through over-sae, either of
the mind'orbody, and we` deem it our duty to say .that
in all eases of Weakness and "EinatiatkinOttid in an els.
eases of the Kidtieys Bladder, this preparation has a claim
noon the attention of sufferers which cannot be overes
timated..k faithful trlaintli be fooml the moat convinc
ing Proof in regard to its efileacy that could beaked for.
Midi the above' remarks, and with the numerous testi
monials we. have in its favor, we offer the oßlood
Pixid" to the consideration of the afflicted, knoiving that
acknowledged as pre-eminent over all 'other
PreParntiona, patent or °Motet, in point of usefulness.—
tirculimi giving the 'Theory upon which this remedy Is
founded, also certificates ci remarkable cures, will be
sent fret when desired. - We forward theDlood good
to 'any past of the' United States or Oneidas upon recap.
of Price—sl per b( tile, $5 for six.bottles Be careful ta
alleases to have none but that' having onr" facsimile
signature upon the wrapper. None - other is 4renuine;'
Prepared only by CHURCH & DUPONT,
No. 400' Broadway, New 'York.
And by all,reslectable Druggists throughout the
For sale by C. A. Dinnvart, so , agent,-Narilabeig,
PONY. S EXTRACT OF HAMAMBLIS
, • ,
OR PAIN DESTROYER; ' •
IS one of the few doinestie remedies
which have come Info general - lase aid favor, without
puffhtg. It . Is the product of a simule.ahrrib, harinleas
all cases, and as a domestic, remedy unequalled, ..For,
RUMS; COTS, 'BRUISES; - 1 SORENESS, LAM.EgM__,
gpionts, RIIEHMATISSI,,ROILSr I AOPIS, OLD: 804,114-
atid`WOONDS,lt heti not an equal, It iis rilso.used,,with
great success,.for TOOTHACHE; ' , HEADACHE, VRIIRAI,-
GIA, SORE THROAT, COLIC, DI.AIHOWEA, HOARSE
NMS, and other similar troublesome' and painful Alfee.
Lion, while it promptly arresti - aInIFAI.MORRHAGRS.
Hundreds of physicians use it dallyititheir practice; and
give It their unqualified rec.omduendatton. Bold by. ,our.
agents' and dealer's; and by
F. aumpmays & Cp., 662 Broadway,
Bole Pioprletora and ilanulacturers.
Sold by 0. K. Keller,. Wholeare and Retail agent for
Harrisburg and vicinity, and Druggists and store vide
ANNIHILATING • POV7DER
_' tie to exterminate Beach .
Iv,. es, Bed Bugs ; Aida Moths;
Flies, Fleas,. gar d emi Werth it,'
_ _ Vine Bugs; ••&c,.. IC cos,:
TAiNS NO. POISON, . ; '
_ are sure death ta RAI)3I
" /74 , 7/ '/ I ' arid MOE. • •••-•' ••"
Mr. SCHWERIN reieived Certificates from ReeSident
of Girard College, 'rectors of Howe`of Refuge,'Pennsyl:
vanla Hospital, and other prominent PublkifltudEntione
of Philadelphia. 11. 8. Jail, Washington, D. 0., and
Charity Hospital, New Orleans, la.
The origfnal certificates can be seen at the Wholesale,
and, Retail Depot, 124 North Second street„
and, for sale in Harrisburg by Charlet; .k.tbsinvart,
W.Grossls4pri G.k W Riley alltt Nagler, and by
all Druggists AO Grocer/ 3 . eferVieherth
Beware of Hiantiouslud Retoenibeer to asjt for
None Senulliettobse deed; •
myl7-dent • , m •ic
FOR THE BEST FAMILY SEW
CALL AT THE OFFICE OF TIIE
PEEBBSYLVARIA AMOY FOR
WHEELER & WILSON'S
FAMILY SEWING MACHINE
Price from $6O up.
This Sterling Machine makes the celebrated
/MOOS theinndoebted adeentages It posTcq.ver
erg, may be clamed the following :
1. Its simplicity of *marmites, and consequent it
.m from deflate:Meat and need of repairs.
2. Its anoramp!ort rapidity and ciao of ~I,er„t,„,,
8. Its wrirol' ,. . rereem.e.mi..
4. The great variety or purposes to which a can L I dt
plied, which can be achieved by no other m.:‘
6. The pro-inadnont nut= and ntaanarn of ih.: We,
OFFIOE AT THE EAGLE WORKS
Also at SEWS DAGUERAILAN ROOMS, Third 3Da
marbet, where a Lady is In constant attenwance i st G „
the operation of the madams, give Walrus Coos to pt, r
chasers, and do all descriptions of family testa: f
parties desiring it.
The eeeenegeee,with a knowledgge derived G. e, u
o Wheeler &Wilson% Sewinglitathines In our re,itor,r c
ramilietycheerfally certify to the great merit ref ti.mt
excellent instruments. Those to our pOskeeSlou ore t.zot
with 'utility, bars given decided saalshictiou, and ore
very highly prized, and as we believe that for 1in....
nee nonebetter than Wheeler 111 Wilson's are manufart,i:
en we recommend them with confidence. &teat:Cage
lOaled by purchasing from Mr. W. 0. Hickok,
r il the sale of them In Harrisburg, es be Is very uol .u;
to give such instructions and aseistaur-o as may to
ed in the toe of the mathines, and makea him s
sponsible ibr their sartsfactery operation.
R. IL Pollock, D. W. Gross,
Daniel D. Boas, J. C. Kunkel,
J. H. Hans, John Curwen,
J. R. Shy, Henry Gilbert,
R. L. Ltunberton, W.R. 'Racy
Geo. B. Hauket, Weidman Forster,
W. T. Eindrup, Isom G.
Gtorge Halley EQIIIIIIOI B. Kelker,
A good bewingJilachlue will last your life time. lthre
fore buy the best.
lrbr farther inibrmatica apply to
W. 0. HICROK Agat
Harrisburg, Marcb 1880,-div
WALTER G. 'WRITE/WAN,
N. W. CORNER 17th AND ARCII Sit
CROSS & BLACKWELL'S
ENGLISH PICKELS AND SAUCES.
Particular attention paid to selecting
FINE TEAS AND COFFEES,
SUGARS always at Refiners' prices. Choice WINE
LIQUORS and MARA. of the beat brands alway s
hand. my 7-1) d
THE eibseribers have leased the eaten-
A. sive Warehouses and Railroad track formerly' oecu
pied by the Philadelphia and Reading Railroad cr' 4 -ir,
as a freighting department, No. 248 North Broad Street
and will transact a GENERAL STORAGE, FORWARDIy;
LNG OOMMISKOhT BUSINESS, in sonnet: Wm with
Foreign and Domestic Shipping end Produce at Pa N.
They are prepared to receive, ship and, forward, IL
land or by water, all merchandise and produce 'villa
may be oared. storage capacity 26'004 barrels, anti
every convenience for receiving and discharging.
Warehouse receipts will be given for all property on
storage, with bills of landing fbr shipment.
Consignments of merchandise and produce to our ad
dress will receive prompt attention.
FOWI#E, HARM'S & CO,
.128 Walnut and ,248 North Broad street
(kW ' 1360..-Baid
"Not claimeious to thb amnia Family."
'Rats come out of their boles to die.,
V ermi n.
"Costar's'' Rat Roach &c. Exterminator
"Costar's" Bedbug Exterminator.
"Costar's" EleetricPowder for Insects, Scc
Rate—Rosches—Mloe—,llolat—Grousd Mles—Bod Dugs
—Ants—Moths--Mosqultoes—Fleas--lusects on Plants,
Fowls, Aolmah3, aco., a:O,—U short, every form and
10 years established in •NOW York City—used by tbd
City Poet Office, l the City Prisons and Station Houses. the
City Steamers', Ships, Sm., the City Hozols, "Amor," nth
Nicholas," dm., and toy more than 20,000 private Mtn:
Druggists and Retailers everywhere Bell them.
2211-iViroirnale Agents in all'the large Cities turn Tower
wir I I I Linwsatt I I I of epurfonsimitations.
Aill` $l,OO Sample Boxes - Sealy Matt.
tar, Address ordire—oribt 41 Cirmilar to Dealers , ' to
• • •
• , HISNRY QATAR, Prlecipa • l Depot,
"512 Broa:tiny,lppbette St: Niebotailiotel,) N.
Bold by D. W. MI& CO., Wholesale and Reta:
Hirrtsburg, Pa. jet:o-1 m d
ST, NICHOLAS HOTEL,
WHEN completed, six years ago, the
St. Nicholas was universally pronounced the mots
magnificent, convenient, and thoroughly organized ei
tablishment of the ,itind on. this continent What it scia
then it remains to day—,velthout &rival its size, in COOP
tuousmess, and in the general elements of comfort and en•
joymbnt. —The Hotel has . accommodations for 1,( 00
guests,. including 100 complete suites of apartments for
ritltinieS. -SIX hundred persona.ciax be comioriably
'Boated, at the.tabliis of its threeribbo pining rooms, and
nothing - that modern art hat devised u t; the convenience
and sooMl grati fi cation of the „ trace public has bowl
omitted in its plan, or is neglected in its practical details
The early reputation of the house at home and abroad
derived from Ito magnitude, - gaper b appointments
and its homelike comforts and luxuries, has been en
hanoed every year say the Onandaricd exertions of the
TREADMIL, warrcoms 6c ct,
FOR Blanc Mange, Minute Pudding,
latked.Pudding,, Boiled Custard, Mock Cream,
Oretino, Ples, Cakes, &c.
The MAIZENA Is one of the meet wholesome, natriti.a ,
and agreeable articles of food in the whole range of lad'
nadecitis substances, and is an important addition to
Mationet bill ef fare. It may be cooked in all the lorau
mentioned above, and many more which good lsou:emos
Will readily- discover: It is manufac.nred from tba
choicest white Scusthent Corn, and put up In pound [ Bch
ages; • Witli directions for use. The water used to the
Process of production is obtained from natural sprint`,
and isAnitefree from the impurities that always row
teerloateetreima friim bill-elder and tlowmg
tuelmrtigs suretoidor long distances. Bence Its
mum. It is a cheice item for ; dessea o w . and the etc'. r.
bellequite eqivarto.the bent Itermilda Arrow 17-001 lui
3.• SM . S,
O.A.RPEN-TER AND JOBBEB,
CORNEA TEALIyIII , 4 118 ONT S2REBTS.
TOBBING of all kinds . done at short
e; smtice, i¢ good style, and on reasonable terms.
• 4 . 21--. LE, A NI. N G.S
HARVEST-FIELDS OF LITERATURE ,
1.. SCIENCE AND ART
A Melange of Excerpta'Curious, Humor.
andinstrnotlve. Collated by C. C. BOBIRAIN
A. M. M. D.
The above Interesting Work has jusebeen received at
EtBKOMEMVS MAP BOOKSTORE.
STORE nucE 5136;
45 11 48 ' CPIRET, embracing all the
• - : 4. dB and qualities, NA rece i ve d a nd
It BOUND NEWELS '
Weekly Palleta, act:;:are for sale at
'— •61 larketetreet
WM, WKS' JR., Cu
WM. mpom, JR., .r. co