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DR . JOHNSON,
1.1 as discovered the most certain, speedy
and oircotaalromedv In thu world toy
• DIMAS& OF IMPRUVENCI
annir 111 ale ro rwairs Rom
No Mercury or /Foram Drugs.
or A CUIN WMIRANIVD, on NO CHAIM, IN non On To
Two DAYS If.
Weakness of the Back or ',nibs, Striotarea, bine in
the Loins, Affections of the Kidneys slid Inadderr, Organia
Weakness, Nervous Debility, Decay of the Physieal Pow
ers,Dgmuipsia Loaspog i jkolierite, Genhieion of Ideas;
palpitston of the Heart, Me ,Tratilinim,Dimr*Mter
light or eiddinees Dineen of t e lillossach L Affeetiows el'
the Head, Throat, Nese or Skin—thane huvible dhterdersi
arising from the indiscretion or Solitary Habits of 'fixith—i
those dreadful anddestruathre practices which wanes:
constitutional debility, render marriage Impeedble, Ind!
destroy both Witty and mind.
Young men especially who have become the victims ell
solitary Vice, that dreadful and destructive habit Whilld
annually sweeps to an untimely grave thousands of y
men of the most exalted talent and brilliant IntOlect, W
might otherwise have entranced listening Santee with -
thunders of eloquence * or waked to eastacrthellying I
may call with full confidence.
Married persone,or thosecontemplatipg marrhigt
aware of physical weakness, should INtmediately
Dr. i, , and be rest
ORGAMC VEAKNI . i ored to perfect health. ' i
in tsu di a t i ty rs.vot ...lA/WI Vigor Restorat • sn . ,
He who places : himself nu4sr. the Vora of Dr. 4 . zoo,
religiously confide in his honor awe gecOnanan.and cops,
dently rely neon his skill as &physicist'. -. ) - - 4,,
~ifir Mee No. 7 goutlißrotterick street, BM*, tl..
on the left hand aide going frost Baltdmore stir " it ri
from the corner. Bo partioukr In obeerylog 'LP* Jul 4
anddumber, or you will thistake the plat:wale pilticular,
ffirkrtioarn: Trllifels Qua* wlsh al;ppamta, or Paitrl
ilinataw. (AnittaMes, IdIratIOII . bk ikt IMPII )of Dr
Johnston, lurk soar. - ,-___..-..,,,,
All letters nilteacontain a PectigealsO L TO nation toe
Da. Jomernat member ef the Bre* ,ILIMMeIIe/12 , 11rgeon
Lando:, gralMlSta trot ose Of titenfoltaislasitglill•gesol
the D . metre, and the greater part of whose a beet
ontin the Hospitals of London, P , and
elsewhero, has:taste:ltrit •, , i curer
that were ever known. MOW , In tbb
ears and head whin al great_ , Wag
awn* at sudden 4l.queld
binehing, attended eomanee r air mind
were ouredlmatedlebny.• • ' • .
TANS rAmudwricthica - -
Dr. J. addresses all tilear woo- tuiviiig
selves by private and tmproper indulgencedi,lfiat score
and solitary kiibikripiliebirthis both body and mind, on
fitting them for either business or society.
These are monis of the sad and melancholy effects pro
doced by early halite' of youth. viz : Weatoew or the
Back and Limbs, Pains' In the Head, DMus= of Sight,
Loss of Muscular Power, Palpitation of the Heart, Dyspep.
:as, Nervous Irritability, Derangement of the Digestive
function. General Debility, Symptoms of Oeuremg
MenMU', the tearful effects on the mind are much to Ma
dreaded ;—Lou Of Memory, Conihalon of Ideas, Doom-
Mon of Spirits, Evil Forebodings, Aversion to Mooiety,
,lletrust, Love of Solitude, Timidity, Mo., are some of lb
Thousands of persons °tanager, can am/Judge wheal
the cause orlkeir declining hail*, MOW tkedreigor,
comas, weak, pale, nervouaand ensaciated.basaa
lar appearance about the eyes, nought anthttym=l
who have injured themeelves by a certain practise, In
dulged In when alone—a habit frequentlylearned from
evil companions, or at school, the Weans of which are
nightly felt, even when asleep, and If col oared, render.
marriage Impassable and.destreys both mind and body
ould apply immediately.
What a pity that a young man, the hope of his country,
the darling of his parents, should be snatched from all
prospects and enjoyments of life by the consequences el
deviating trom the path of nature, and indulging In a
certain secret habit. Finch persons mut, before content
effect that a sound taind end body are the most mice
nary requisites to promote connubial happiness. Indeed
without these, the Journey through life becomes I weary
pilgrimage; the prospect hourly darkens to the UMW;
the mind becomes shadowed with despair, and filled with
the melancholy reflection that the happiness of another
becomes blighted with our own.
DR. JOHNSTON'S INVIGORATING MUDS TOR
By Ma great and important remedy, Weakness of the
Organs are speedily cured, and fail vigor restored.
Thousands of the most nervous and debilitated who
nail lost all hope, have been Immediately relieved. Al
Impediments to arriage, Physical or Mental Inivivall
cation Nervous rambling, Weakness' or mammalian
the most fearful kind, spee d cured.
The many thousands cured at this Institution within the
teat twelve years, and the numerous important Surgica.
Operations performed by Dr. J., wltneued by the is
porters of the papers, and many other persona, notices ot
which have appeared again and again belbre the public,
beside, his standing as a gentleman ef ohisructsr and re
sponsibility, is a sufficient guarantee to the alllioted
DISKO K OF IbirRUDIENCL—When the misguided and
Imprudent votary of pleasure finds he halt imbibed the
seeds of this painful disease, Ii too often happens that an
lb-timed sense at shame or dread of Maas:ivory deters tam
from applying to those who, from education and re
spectability can alone befriend nim, delaying tiff the
conaUntleual symptoms of this horrid disease make their
appearance, alleeting the head, throat, nose, skin, rte.,
progressing on with frightful rapidity, thi death pule a
period 't his dreadful sufferings by sending him to "that
bourne from whence no traveller returns." It is a widen.
choly feet that thousands fall victims to this terrible dis
ease, owing to the unskilfulness of Ignorant pretenders,
wr.o, by toe see of that deadlypoison, ruin lb,
oecititutieu sad make the residue of life miser& le
To Stranger, —The Doctor's Diplomas hang In his °Moo
sor Letters must contain a Stamp to us OD the reply.
sir Remedial sent by Mail,
ear No. 7 South Frederick street, itantmorv
FAMILY DRUG STORE.
V a E UNDERSIGNED DAS OPENED
a and Retail Drug and Prescription More,
Front Banning, No. 128 Market street, lately
coupled by Mr. Eby, wehre can be found an entire new
k.tocif of Fresh and Pure Drop Perfumery, Si a 'UAL OIL, COAL OIL LAMPS, Burning Fluid, Alo tot Patent
hleuiclnue, Stationery, Fancy Artiolis, dic, dic. We
have the agency for the sale of lidera Celebrated Arti
ficial Teeth, to which we would invite the attention of
By strict attention to business, and desire to please,
respectrully ask a share of Public Patronage.
G. W. n
N. B.—prime Havana Began and Tobacco constantly
FRANK A, MURRAY
(Successor to Wwl. .Pcwkia,) •
LIVERY & EXCHANGE STABLE,
TRIED STRUT ERWIN MARKEIL -
11aViNG plachaeed the. interest of J.
Q. Apure in the establishment, and mad, /arge
additions to the MOIL the undersigned is p re p ared te
accommodate thepublic with Sermon Roans for saddle
or carriage par posee,fuld with every variety eIVEILICLES
of the taloa sad most approved styles, on reasonable
PLEASURE FARM will be accommodated with Omni
buses at short notice.
CARRIAGES AND OMIeLBUSES FOR ruNERAL MCA:
SIGNS will be furnished, accompanied by careitil Rnp
obliging drivers. -- „
Be invites an inspection of hie Stock, satisfied that it Is
fully equal to that of any other estabilehment of the bled
1.12 town. FRANK A. MURRAY.
BRANCLITSTABL I E
itudstligoeil pan opened a branch or his "kV/BY
anti LIM:RANGE STABLE," in the buildings lately mew
iru oy A. \. Burr, in Fourth street uppcalte the Seidel;
berg pi -spared lu..occenWmdap_tha_kithlia—Willikri.
soil IkiilCli Spit all times, en I ensemble teriatay
!a stook is largosint Weed, liltorlNlU rnui
luend 1-ft-ew l
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HE:amours BUCHU for the Bladder..
aIIt:MBOLDIt BUCHU mr the Kidneys. '
1111111}OLD'il BUCHU for llikOra*fil.
BUGHtr.for the Dropsy.
BFLMBOLD'S BUCCgHUfOti Harem:anima
BELMBOLD'iI ADDED for Loss of Emory.'
EBLEBOLIPS.BUCEIU for Mowed of Vision
HELYBOLDI BUCHU for DifScult Mealtime.
-BELEBOLD'I MEW Die Week Nerves.t
BELMBOLD'd BUCHU for General Debility
14111.111101.WS BUCHU for Universal Lassitude/
HELEBOLDI ItUCEID for Horror off 'setae.
HILEBOLIVB BUCHU fOr Hied Sweats.,
HA,MBOLD'S BUCHU for Wakefulness.
7141EM1Y13 BUCHU for Dryness °filet Skin. .
turbo - 9'
Lugak caw for Heaelaess of the Eyelids, with
rytafthisi at Lois or Nat.
HRifitiai, fee 1119billty atxt, ResUessnees,
With IPbatbfatiellft - alid Son* bfamitS*.
BEIMEGIEEI MEP .obstractioup,
• lIMEMICAMPIPBEFaiII tor hmliiiim`iiiblog trcini
i-4181. diseases of
- irimAzirs litintrAgriSt4Zha
• i pl e ir o lgfp WEN
.772181 -, 01" IVO - AVAIL.
. . .
r,„ ?HAT AR& OF NB ..4VAIL.
LD'S ELIMACtrBIVIRI for all complaints
. No Family nhoula - kits without It
TAIWNOIfoREB4ISAk or lidarttros and Unpleasant
- Medicine for Unplcamot and Dengerons Manages. -
eat 'ILEVABOLDIR EXTRACT 111:1CRU for Excesices
ariainglrom hablla thdctined in .
1 416 m
By Young and 0 ,
And in. dnikion attslngfront Habits of Ali re.
moves all improper dlachargei, and w ,restore the pa
tient In Asher& lime to estate of Health Mk Parity. •
Use BILLI4IIOI4YS .F.ATRACT BUCEU for Diseases andi
Affectkela of the boat' ndreashig Character.
Use BIOUIIioLVS EXTRACT BMW for all Affections
and tilimiael of the+ •
Whether extatma in
,• , e
oriatoonniis and matter Male or relliale,
from whatever can oe no wof
/low Long, Standing.
Alfot i thil above ilienwee and On/atoms admit of the
same treatment; and may `oririninate from tho flame
SLID ARAD 1. • READ-1 READ!'
?BIitIIOULD'S SUCHI7 , IIv safe,:sad planet' at in thate
and odes, but immedlop Waslismion.
Personally 'reared before me, an Alderman of th e
City of Tbilisi. a, H. T. Heimbeld, Chemist; who be
ing duly avterni does say, tbatliti - preparation contains
no blsemitio,•ltercury, or injurious dreg, but is purely
Vegetable. , H. T. H2LliiiHD
t , ole Manallitnefer.
Sworn and subscribed before me, e this 236 day of No
vember,4llll44 HU. P. 11113 HARD, alderman.
Price $1 per bottle, or six for $6, delivered to any ad.
A Trial Coate but a Dollair...Try it,
and be convbiced 'of its effkaMy. And it la accompanied
by . reliable and responsible ,cerlitlates from Profaners*
of Medical Colleges , Clergymen and others. ' •
Prepared by 11.„ T. HbiIBOLD,
Practical and Analytical Chemist,
lea Petah tenth Street, below Manua,
Nauman ; Gancloar.—Should unprincipled Dealers try
to.palm olyanotbar article, which pays& bettor profit and
ASK FOR asuutoixes .EXTRACI BMW.
ii...111.-131.0na-liCa; and 01 — Br' °nista- Ovory,
Cut Ms out-4end or call for It, and avoid exposure
and Imposition. null-dawant
Mff.C:IN I 3PALWISI
LIFE PILLS AND PHOENIX BITTERS.
THESE MEDICINES . base now been be
fore the public Dar &period of That(' YEARS', and
during that time have maintatind a high character in a
nima every part of the Globe, for their 'extraordinary
and immediate power of restoring perfect health to per
sons eutlbring tinder nearly-every-kind or- dimities: to
which the human frame la liable;
The followhig nregiong'the digressing varlet* of hu
man diseases In which the .
. . .
VECIE.TABLE LIFE MEDICINES
gra well known to be infallible.
DYSIPIAPSLA, by-thoroughly cleansing the first and
ascend IV:nacho, and creating a Bow of pure„healthy
bile, instead of We Male and acrid kind ; XMAT:I7-
taeNcy Law of Appetite, Heratburn, Headache" Heat.
lemmas, 111-Temper, Anxiety, Languor and liftiliunchofy,
which are the amend symptoms of Dyspepsia, will yin
lab; sea natural oelizeimenott Mita ewe.
COSTIVIC4IOII9,, by clamming the whole length of
the isteetinea with g solvent proates, and without vie,
bmce, an viol,t purges leave the bowels costive Within
FlLltielaß of all kinds, by restoring the blood to a
regular circuisdlomthrtaigh the meets:, of respiration; in
awl* cases, and the thorough solution of all intestinal oh.
struellen In others. '
qqhe LIFE SED/OGIRS have been ,known core
EBEIJNIATT4M - pertineritly la 'three weeks and .
GOUT in half that time, by removing hicalinthimmation
from the muscles and ligameets of the joints. _
DROPSIES et all kluds, 'by Ditehig and iltreligthen•
ing the kidneys and bladder; they operate meet delight,
fully ws.theite Important organs, and titmice have ever
been foundktightle remedy , ler the worst_ caw of
Also IitfORSIE, by dislodging rivini es ot
the bowels tbe Amy matter to 'which- Ras breatuies
adhere. , . •
SORES, by Re perfect purity whichthese LIFE MEDI.
to blood, mid all the humors.
SCORBUTIC, ERUPTIONS and BAD MAURY
lONS, by their Aerate effect upon the Mari timt feed
the skin, and 'the morbid state of which occasions all
eruptive complaints, sallow, cloudy, end other dliagree.
The two of them, Pllis-for a very short tens wlikeltbct
an Atka comet SALT REE7PaIi and a Ml= im
provement is the clearness of the skin. CO ON .
COLDS and INFLUENZA will always be cured.b . 7
wsa ni k irpro in the worst eases. --
P e original proptletorelt Doe wiedicirOs,
r o rs !BO 1 O4r*PWAWSIiitIMPII* of th e
LIFE MEDI one.
FEVER AND AGUE.—Tor this scourge of the
Western country, these Medicines wilt be found a We,
Speedy, and certain remedy. Other Medicines have the
system subject to a return of the disease—a cure. by these
Bronchial Is permanent—TßY THEM , OS SATISFIED,
AND BS OMR
1311.401718 FEVERS AND LIVER _ COM
PLARIPES.--lizerkitst Dimurr, Lon or APPETIIII, and
In seism or Frissise—the Medicines have been used
with the moat benefkdal results in cases of this descrip
tion Evd and Scrofula, in its worst forms,yields
to the mild yet powerful action of these rerriarksble Medi
cines. Night Sweats, Nervous Debility, Nertrous
plaints of all kiwis, Palp.mition of pi Heart; Painters'
741DEt are DISEASES Pe wh ose
o?titu l ons have become Impaired the istiudic
meg Mercury, will , find these 111141011:1e8 perfect cure, ey fail to eradicate from OA system, all the
eiStota of Mercury, *nasty sooner than the mostpower
pa preparations of Sarsaparilla.
Prep tared and sold by W. B. MOFFAT, •
835 Broadway, New York. .
Ferule by all Druggists. -jy2o-drarly
NOT -- THE FIRST ARRIV4] 4 .
BUT ABBTVED IN DUE TIME TO BE
SOLD AT REDUCED PRICES,
LYKEN 5 VALLEY STOVE COAL, WM per ton.
46 NOT - ii 401 AM tt
Al2o,oonBtaile on band, •
murava veuxx, i(0E0,
CUPOLA AND STEAMBOAT COAL,
Coal,' Allegheny and Broad Top. • ANY
n iek"l. Oak and Pin. Wood. E. BYERS.
4 No. 102 Cbestnut street.'
FOR STATE SE.NATOL
-- 2 4 OFFER myself as-an liideperfaititCait- -
to ibr the office (COMMA to Mei voters of
vas ! &Id Dauphin COMA* at ao th NATHAN e ensuin uns uciotober .
4 ftiloffer "Ougll.lBoo.
"INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS-NEUTRA.L. IN- NONE."
HARRISBURG, PA., SATURDAY AFTERNOON, .00TOBER 6, 1860 -
DRS .DARIUS HAM'S
AROMATIC. INVI ORATING SPIRIT.
TAO' IfedieinS has 'beeat. used by the public for es &e,
wits'tistereizeiry ;favor. - it is recommended to
Dom ervouttleu, Hear4l3am Colic Pains,
. /Paul in ihe
Maas &muscly or Pains in the awe t, • •
Dro • Kidney Cton
„Vomit, Zan Bpuits /tried& .
111111.A119, Xxosuassin, Inv a..i ATE
WILL NOT LIITOILCASS OH 8.7112:F .
AL S A MEDICINE it is quick nd effects
rCnallyi'emriantt m arl all r ell e ariteron e go o esZ oer
It wil revive . • 11#1" . .. so • '
drooping spirits, and restore the weskaillervous and sick;
l to hilidtitetfeelith .;
Persons who, from the =Miele= iall of liquors, have
become dejected, and their riervollit_systuns shattered,
conatitutiOne *Okra doirti, Ind tulleleaMthat horrible
curse to 44wobit.Y. that. , Detteicw will, almost
heMediatelyObil the Ititifpr'iltd' Invlgoratiag
efficacy of Dl r T t is in vast%
• DONg.r—Olitt Wile On u_sita iislieasseary.
One dews vrill regorge sil Bad
Ous.dWe- este . I 1:: 1.!
Three doses will cure Ind' ,
Otte dart will glee you mama;
One.doce will atop the dlstrorsleLpsins of Dyspepsia.
tonedotiewill reprove:the dieteirillbeyind disagreeable
effects of Wind or Xlatulence, sad sa soon as the stomach
receireallie flavigoratingtffpiril;lhe'fftlitiessing load and
all painful feelings will be removed.
One dose will retrieve the moat distressing pains of Colic,
either in the stomach or bowels.
A few doses will reanovesll obstructiOns in the Kidney,
Bladder or Urinary Organs.
Perierni who ere setkrusly. afflicted; with - any Kidney
Oomulainis arcesurpal speedy relief by a dome or two,
knit iik Monti or two bottler.
Palmas who, from diesipalleg too much over night, and
feel the evil effects of polsouowt Ultima la violent bead
aches, sickness. at stomach,, weakness giddiness, &c.,
Will Undone dale willremove all badleelhigh. ,
Ladies of weak aad sickly constitutions, should take the
hrrigorating Spirit threntimes a das ;Lit:will make them
strong, healthy and happy, remove all obstructions and
irregularities troth the measttelalbrgimt, and restorelhe
bloom of, health tird beauty.to the careworn face.
rimitgegiutioy found anlayaluable medi
cine to ' remove disagreeable senattiont at the stomach.
All the PrOpldeier asks it a-trial, atid.to induce ens; he
has put up the invigorating Spirit in pint, bottles, at ISO
cente,.guarts $1 • ,
General Depot,'4B;Water street, N. Y.
Wholesale Aal, Philadelphia, D.' YOIT, & CO. sad
for sale in Harr isburg by C. A. Banovart, O. W. Grees &
Co. and C. H. Heller, and by all DruggisM everywhere.
NOTICE TO SPECULATORS.
'VALUABLE EVILDENO'LOTS'FOR SAL??
NUMBER OF LARGE BIZED BUILD-
Ii LOTS adjoining the Bound Ronan and Work
of the Penna. Railroad- Cimpany, - Will be sold
low and on reasonable terms. Apply,to
• hugBo 8m JOHN W. BALL;
NEW M N 0 GOCOST
CATHCART. -& BROTllER; •
Have ndw open a large: asatirtfnent ,of :MOURN/NG;
and SECOND MOURNING
All other goods desirable for Full and Winter wear.
1t0.14 Market Square,
al2 Next to the Harrisburg Dank.
C. 1.- I.I,MME R-M A N
BANKING, -- - .STOOK, t:..81LL.. AND
No. 2.8 South Second Et, Harrisburg.
BONDS` AND,: STOOKS FOR SALE.
Bor 4,000 Harrisburgßonds.
80 Shares of Harrisburg Bridge Coral:any.
70 - a G as
UWE inventor and manufacturer of L--`Jud
i. son'alfountaln Herb , PlUs,” has weal tile greater
pert of his life in travelling, having viated nearly every
nonntry in the World Re spent - over six years • ainon
the Rochrldountaine and of Mexico, and it was thus that
the filtomrsairrfixas Pan" were discovered.," A very
inierestrtm account of his adventures there, you win find
in our Almanac and Painphlet.
It is an established fact, that all diseases arlee from
'The blood is the fife I. and When any foreign or un
healthy matter gets mixed with it, At is once distrbuted to
every organ of the body. Wary servo feels the poison,
and all the vital orgasm quickly complain. The stomach
will ion, °digest the food 'perfectly. 'The liver ceases to
secrete a sufficiency of. bile. The action Of, the heart is
weakened, and so the circulation is feeble. Tdalungs be
come clogged with the poisonous matter; henoe,a hesigh
—and all from a slight Impurity 'of the lountain-beitt of
Rte.—the Blowip As if you had thrown wine earth, for
histance,'lnit pare spring, from which ran a day rivulet
afew •inioutes, 160 whole , course of tke 'stream be,
conies disturbed and dhicolored; "As quickly does impure
blood ilyto every part;
_and kaoro tls.sting behind: All
the passages become obstructed, and unless the obstrim-
Volt is removed, the lamp of life soon dies mat. •
These pills not only purify the blood, but regenerate all
the seorOtlons of the body, they are, therefore, unrivalled
CURB FOR BILIOUS DISEASES;•-
Lives Complaint, Birk Beadache, tea.. This Anti-Balm
Medicine expels from the blood the hidden seeds qf
ease, and renders all the' iinids. and secretions pure and
litient,elesaing and resuscitating the vital organs.
Plaueuitindeed, ht it to -us, that we are able to place
within your reach, a medicine like the uldotottsin Hass
Pau," that will passdireetiy to the afflicted portsobrough
the blood and fluids of the body, and cause the .ulferor
to brighten with the feel of beauty and health.
Judscm's Pills ,ctie the Best Remedy in mist, •
Ellie foe the Allowing' Complain s:
Bowel COApioloto, liebillty,- • Inward Wealiiess,
Coughs,, Fev,er and Ague, Liver Complaints,
- 7 Female Clomplalnto,towneas of SlArlse,
Chest Diseases, , Headaches, Piles,
Cootivotwo, Indigestion, stone and Gravel,
Dyspopsla, latio,wzO, Bewoidari
Diarrhloa, Inflammation, toxin. -
prom, * • .* • • * , •
• r'..7 . _
GREAT FEMALE MEDICINE I
Females who value health, should never he without
these Pills. Thep purity the blood; remove obstrUptions
of ill kinds, cleanse the skin of all pimplesand blotches,
and bring the 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
therTezucans, a tribe ofAborigines in Mexico. Get the
Almanac of our Agent, and you will read with delight,
the very interesting account it contains of the .Slareix
itaismes" of the Aztecs.
Observe.—The kieutaln Herb Pills are put up in a
Beautiful :Wrapper. Each box contains 40 Vila, and Re- -
at -4 25 gouts Per-box. All genuine, have the signature
of B. L. JUDSON is GO., on each box.
B. L. JtrDSOiv & CO•,
S 01l e Pro - pow eaors
C o t gwkta:te4,lorirk•—AaiylnT eulat!ov.e.
SAFETY : COMPAIn
B (1911;0 x `of,',7iiil'Old Walnut aireet,
ALA : RINE- INSURANCES •on Veßaal,
• Cargo and Mellen to all parts of the World.
ND ThIEUHANWIS on Qoods by ltiverspipab'
Lakes and Land Carriages W all parts of the Uni on.
• Um Dtsußexcits onliterehandire generally, sad on
Storas,DwellingHouses, be. - •
Anna - OP THE COMPANY, November 151, 186 S;
'November ln, 48$8. '
The Board of Directors - have this day declared si dirt
dead of SIX .0111:01iNT. in Cash, on the Cmilted iitock
' -SIM PER orja, on lam Scrip or troviasiemodipar,
'.oll and e.irt— theproadmo. ~ •
~,, cy havb bliftritebtaral a Setif) . nivrdaabrktiony
, , . Pll5 - OBltge .on- the .origiast-Stock; ant On the
i est vromisantfor the Tear. boding October 81;11868,
Illetillcates for Which will be issued to the parties on -
to the Id* on Mid after the !list of December.
amble and Berottdion adopted by the Board.
the increased means of the Company arising
if pills, and which will be derived from the In.
W ce t t
thCfltsloStes Deldtai unnecessary,
Bereired, That thb - Guarantee' Capital be - diactitifiltued,
and - the Notes' representing the mini(' be delivered, up to
the makers thereof, as sooo.mathe Risks taken during the
*dad embraced. IP.raid None stud/ have determined.
DIRIC I PtSI.I3.
William Martin ," .
Janide O: Sand; . •wnliAmErtyre
joseph H. Seal . ; • Theo. Paulding, • James Torment,
lidmund A. /louder,. Dr.. B-11. /logien, J.lt.hPlearland,
John C. Davis,. .. „ fingb Craig,. . , Wm, Q.,..Lodwig,
Robert Burton, 13:3PTIVila, Temp.() cud,
JOSh B. Pannier, - - • Charles/Caney, • Mang/1...1yre,
Boone G.Leiper, • • • SainuelliAttokes, Jaisob 11 .Thoes,
atiard Darlingtßib. Usury &la" . J.' 1 %.1.0014Pit VP'
114 Jones Brooke, James Traqusir, D. T. Morgan,
J. P. Penisten, J. B. Semple,
WILLIAM MARTIN, Prittildent.--
, - THOMAS (LELAND, Vim President.
The undeseigned, as agent for the ibbie Coinpiny,ta
prepared Of bidinibisurances - on all descriptions of pro
party on the most liberal. terms.. •
.jetilS•dirwly ... .... W.II4LJAhI ADBBLEH,
. . Harrisburg, Pa.'
WOTLLAND B ITTERS.
DBEASiE - 0F; THE KIDNEYS,
WEAKESS OF ANY KIND,
FEVER AND AGUE,
And the dniioug iiff4ficuis conaeqnent upon a'dbordered
STODIACII OR _LIVER,
Stich 'as Indigestion, - acidity- or the Stomach; Cdticky
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tiveness, Bier ding tiles: In all Fern is,
Rheumatic, and neuralgic Affectunus, it has in numerous
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'Ha Is a lkotely - veiets hie compound, prepared - on
'strictly scientide prlpciples, aften,Lhentanner of the eels-
Holland litntfessor, Boathave. Itaieputation at
home produced ifs introduction „here, the. demand cote
mencing with those of the Fatherland scattered over the'
farm of this mighty country, many of whom brought with
them and handed down the tradition of its value.--lii is
stow, Wend to the American sake, knowing that Vei tree/
wonderful Medicinal Milieu must be cicknowreagia. • .
- it Is particularly recomniendedlo thosepersons whose
constitutions may have seen impaired by - the cantina:ins
use of ardent spirits, or other forms of dissipation. Gen
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raising up ,the drooping spirit, and, in fact, biros:rig new
health and vigor lathe system.
W hoover expects-to find this itheverage will
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It will prelim a grateful aromatic cordial, possessed, of
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The gmtdemand for this truly celebrated Medicin li en.
induced•"manydroltations, which the publics should gua
`against purchaalag, .. , •• • •
o a t
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label y h you buy. • • .
Sol generally ..' It all be.lotwarlied by
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Pharmaiiktiate. and Oharniztai
PITTSBIIRG, - PA.
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• GIN!. &S ASIOII34O.I,••AGENT.
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ESPECIALLY deeiEned for the use of the
medical Prqfession and the .Family, having super
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of the prointnentlibnicitas, chemists and connoiNenra,
as possessing ell-e(4hcse intrinsic .medielriaquaißles
(tonic a wil die/1004 which Wong to an ow and sons
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grocera, _ . A. If. MININGER 8c 00.,
(Established 1n7.1718.) ' ' Sole Proprietors 4
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For sale by W. &H. ainithei-French, Richard; &
Co., and all of the prominent Wholesale ,Drugglate la
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A SCHOOL' BOOK.-"OURgOtritßii-
MENT."—Ann explanitory statement of the sys
tem of the government of the country. By M.
With proper illetbrioalLnotices. The work eves
the construction' of the Constitution Of thitrnitpci
and thotie of the 'Stelae, as determined' bxludi
cial auttilerfty at dirived tram standar' writerg,;.ancord
mg to recreates'', noted. Ii Is designed for Colleges,
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considerable Wept.: It is,reporamendem for this pur
pose by Jarbpiltiesidentzi and Pmfesson
For Lsale, at ill:00, by M. Mgr...MIRY, at Harrisburg,
COustitutimmtProviamis,ltnd Principles of Govern—
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.stated and explatped, from .suiliorailve and correct:
sources, in IPEttinePs "KM GOVERNMENT". os gm:
STITUTIONAL MANUAL For sale; at $1 00 , bilf3l'.
KINNEY, at Hmillbtim, Pa.- • - • • -se29
. .. •
CNSTITITTION • -OF THE UNITED
WATES..-it was designed to be read and under-,
stood- kir the peOple. AAtncrerledge of oar btiriljinsiiitu
tions,.thoonly.geountof,trua patriotism, is essential
,the:r prolervation and proper results, _An explanaton
%ottlib previsions of the Constitution, and of our system
o ciorenlmant, as COWed on Judicial authority and de
nved'nunt staladardaathoiails given, in a font adapted
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lITH , CIcLIBRATED HOLLAND REMEDY FOR
Let Him iUunier.
. . .
The'organs of. Dr. Heck are very anx
ious to prove that John Wallower is in
favor of the tonbage,tax, Hec k r.
answer *tether , he is not committed t 4
ceitaiu parpes inempl o y
the of .the
Railroad • •
sylvania to throw obstacle in
the way of the repeal of thattax ,Will
Di. nßeck answer whether he has not intl.
mated that he would vote for . such a re=
peal, if elected, the moment that it ret
quired hi l s single vote to secure the,
tap of ao authorbeitig stul a repeat
the Tonnage Taxr:-
We ` only ask these questioos forJhe
purpose 9t.,having., a full, understanding
with all the caodidates. From Mr. Wal
lower we have had the most emphatic
denials 7 -now. let Pr. Reck answer. We
do not charge Dr. Heck,,with having ,an
opinion on this or , any other nubject, but
let him answer these questions andsatisfy
Let Mr., HeOr also explik why it is
that be receives moat of the orders for
lumber used. by the Pennsylvania Rail %
road at the Harrisburg depot, when it it?
notorious that suoh lumber rust be,trans
ported.sonie six or ten miles, and -at the
same itilike:.there are mills immediately
pear the said depot where -lumber could
be purchased much uheaper-than it cans be
furnished by Dr. Hedr ? Is it not fair for
the people. to - infer-that for such patronage
Dr. Heck Would, if 'elected,. serve the
Pennsylvania . Railroad with his voice and
his votes ? .
• Let Dr. Heck and his organs 'answer
these plain questions "satisfactorily.,
A Lie Nailed to the Forehead of the
As the day of' the election approaches,
the desperation of our opponents increases:
They are now forced to the most con
temptible 'modes of warfare, in Which
peisonal traduction and falsehood appear
to be the favorite weapons. In these as
oaths they select the men who are really
among the strongest on the ticket, hoping
if they succeed in damaging their info_
mice and popularity, they will effectually
decrease the prospects dill our candidates..
Among those most 'bitterly assailed is the
Republican candidate' for the Legislature
in Dauphin county, but he meets.his secret
enemies - and open 'foes with a frankness
not anticipated by either. The following
letter will prove its own'eitplanation, and
'we recommend it to the peresal of every
Candid and fair man in this county`:
ilmmeistrad, Sirr:24; 1860:
Gsztrramsa . :—Your letter of 22d inst., mak
ing certain inquiries regarding my position on
the tonnage tax ,question was duly received at
the Iran& of 'ltichard TeX, Esq.,
-In reply to. the - interrogatory, I would say
that 1 tun , opposed, PerbOltally and: politically,.
to the repeal of the tonnage tax, and as the roitp
reientative of the people of Dauphin county ; I
,qould not .vote lcr it
_trader any circumstances.
.1 bold the doarine that no representative has
the right to disregird the will of his constitu
ents, but that it 1, his duty to carry out the
will of the Majority the extent of his ability
tiPoii ail- questions affecting• their intereats--
Hoping the above will be. satisfactory and to
the point, without any evasion or reeervatiOn,
I_subscribe myself, TO= Om.
J. Warm:may JaJ
To W. la. Orth, James Henderson, C. A.
Wise, C. A Nissley artP. - C.rEarnst, Commit
tee Derry . Wide Awake
We novrask, what - more can an intelli
gent people demand'? After such nn
avowal, plain; emphatic and.to the point,
the slanderers of Mr. Wallower shmild
forever hold their peace. The people wont
no better evidence of integrity and inde
,peedence than the prompt- denial and
refutation of , a slander. And for this
promptness they will elect John
THE WIDE AWAKE ORGANIZAAION.-14000F900
lifisszrammersuoiLillids Powerful Republieau
organization, which is 'daily increasing in
strength and influence to an, extent unparal
leled in the political annals of our countrY, is
misrepresented, denounced, and held - up as a
itideons noire-crow, by the Democratic PresSes,
here andelseighere, to move the excitedimiigi
nationabf those whO are only too ready to Erin
upon any object that will increase suspicion "or
distrust, To read some of• the DerumMatte:
"sensation 7, papers, one would suppose that
they really believed the' Wide A wakes to . be an
organized army of John "Browns, thirsting for
an opportunity to invade the peaceful homes of
I our Southern.friends. sensible man expects
to r tindtreasomand rapine under the red.cloalts
of the Union iorch-bearers thnt figure so liirgcly
at the Bell-Douglas .. ..gatherings in our principal
cities east, eontti~a . west Why is it, then,
ihitfialatilbh3ilien en other paints, and iii 114
ordinary intorciarou'of life rob:4o Luc
E Having procured Steam Power Presets, RP are
prepared to execute JOB and BOOK. PRINTINn r t y
description, cheaper that it can be done at an? '.4..r
tabliabment in the country.
RATES OF ADVERTISING. ..,
'Four lines or less constitute one half square. Eigl.e
lines or more than.four constitute a square.
Hall Square one day
0 three months
it six months
li one year
One: quern 0110 day
" ono week 2 CO
" on e month . 3 00
CI three months.... ..... ......... . 5 00
7... six months._ . 8 00
One jell! ... 10 00
arßudness notices inserted in the Local column, or
belts* Marriages and Deaths, miry. cm S PPE TINE
for each insertion,
narliarriamm and Deaths to be charged os regt ' .r
advertisements. - •
prudent and sagacious, should be so wild and
insane over the purposes concealed beneath t
black capes and flaming WI of the Wide Awak es ?
Our Southren bretLiLn arm themselves with
gnus and munitions of war, not disguising
their purposes, and the treasonable act goes
unrebnked by Democratic presses in this section.
A few Northetn young men choose to stay up
nights,- with peaceful torches and unwarlike
capes, and they are at once denounced as plot
ters of treason, conspirators against the govern
ment, fanatics and insurrectionists. This at
temptto inflame:Abe -public mind is at once
shameful iumi insulting: — Shameful, because it
misrepmnents -4he 4eatimead7parposes of
the mil Who con3pritte the clubs; an& insulting,
because it assumes that the public mind is of
that callow innocence that is to be moved by a
"raw-head and bloody bones," and that it will,
with aMd-like credulity, gorge itself with fables
and romancings, unable tiodistiteguieb the
nature of the joke playd upon it. We can as
sure the people, north• and south, and the "sen
sation" journals generally, that the Wide-
Awakee plot no treason, . and intend no undue
interference with the rights of other parties,
no invasion, no massacre; They turn out sim
ply to elect Anakmut Ltscora ; and whatever
result betiatilkltkieinber 6th; theraill thereafter
' , turn in," convert their rails into kindling wood.
and their torch-handles into hobby-horses for
their children. Th,pir oil will be thrown upon
thiztifidbled Witers, and their Pater-proof capes
will be laid up against a rainy' day. But we
have already, on former occasions, enlightened
the readers of the Ts:mown as to the special
object of the Wide Awakes. Our purpose in
alluding to the sUbjeCt at 'this time is to show
the ORIGIN of the organisation, and correct the
gross misrepresentations of the Democra(ic press.
We find in a leading New York Journal a full ac
count of the inauguration and history of the
Vide-Awakes, gathered front information de
rived from responsible and reliable sources.—
It is as follows :
ORiGIN 01 TOE WIDE Awaxsti.—New England
claims the birthplace of this movement, Hart
ford being the Conneticut cradle in which the
infant was Nurtured. It originated in accident,
like many other events fraught with great por
tent; and rapidly assumed its present gigantic
proportions. It happened in this wise : On
the night of the 25th of February, 1800, the
city of Hartford was much moved by the ad.
vent of the Hon. Cassius M. Clay, the well
known Republican orator, who was to address
the worthy citizens of the vicinity. Some en
thusiastic young Republicans of the neighbor.
hood decided to act as an escort to the distin
guished visitor, and in pursuance of this design
borrowed from-a fire company hard by some of
their firemen's torches. Being of a rather fas
tidious turn of mind, and withal inclined to
protect their broadcloth from oily innovation,
they procured some glazed cloth and cut it in
the form of capes to protect their shoulders. A
few glazed caps completed the preparations,
and thus equipped they started to meet the
orator. Their novel half military appearance
attracted considerable attention and draw forth
,the. plaudits of the assembled multitude, re-
Warding them for their forethought. Oa their
return hoine one of the patty was attacked by
a sturdy Democrat ;but a blow from the origin- .
al Wide• Awake torch stretched him on the
ground and Stopped all further disturbance.
Before dismissal-a meeting was held, and after
expressing their indignation at the attack, they
resolved to. form a club of.limited numbers,
equipped with swinging torches and black
capes and caps, to act as an especial escort on
occasions of public pamde and be ready at all
times for any like duty that might forward the
Republican cause. Iniutretumce of these reso
httiontka. meeting of young . men was held on
the 3d of March following, who resolved to
I form a " Wide-Awake" dub of fifty, under the
.cornmand of Captain. -James S. Chalker, the
-gentleman who felled the pugnacious Democrat
on the first parade. A constitution was adopt
ed, officers-elected, and all the necessary steps
taken. The opposition press of Hartford, lit
tle imagining that this was the initiation of a
gigsnth Movement, made themselves very
merry at.the expense of the Hartford Wide-
Awakes. Alluding to Weir uniform, they chirist
sued them-the 1, Mantilla Cadets," and assome
of the first members wire young men, called
them the" Fifty Infants whose mamas didn't
know they were out;" asked that a "stick of
candy be : presented to each one," &c., St.e. In
spite of their jibes and jeers the movement
spread like wildfire, and at the next meeting,
held only three days after their organization,
they were obliged to dispense with the rule
limiting their numbers, and immediately en
rolled a number of new members. At their
fitst parade, held soon after, they counted by
' , hundreds, and their fame noised abroad. In
the course of a fortnight clubs were started in
Bridgeport, Waterberry, Norwich, Unionville,
and in pearly all the towns throughout the
State. Men of all ages and occupations foster
ed and encouraged the organizAtion. On the
27th of March, at the dedication of a camp in
Hartford, over two thousand Wide-Awake., as
sembled, parading the streets in torchlight ar
ray, and owing to the immense number of
torches, making a most brilliant and imposing
appearance. The - Republicans of Hartford were
overwhelmed with letters from all parts of the
Union, asking for information touching their
rules, manner of tfianization, drills, 8:c. It
was at last foinittnecanary to inaugurate some
system by which these letters could bu answer
ed, and a notice was inserted in all the Repub
lican journals, that Mr. H. T. Sperry, Corres
liendingSeeretery of the Hartford Wide-Awakes
would give all desired information. In the
course of a few 'weeks that. gentlemaii had- re
ceived and filed over 800 communications.
I Thug the Wide Awake movement was irtaugu
rated, rapidly extend)]* its - .rrtailficatinns from
Maine t o Missouri..
A WONDERFuI , lissfuoi.-11r. B. P. Woods,
late Justice of the Peace, East Birmingham, Pa.,
"I have been 'afflicted with a disease of the
stomaeb,pajpitation vf,the heart and nervous
headache, for nearly Afteeri years, and have
spent some 'hundreds of dightisio order to of
tect,iscittrg, but to no purpose. Alter having
used three bottles of 3our 'Tolland Bitters, I
feel myself entirely restored. I-can eat and
)kleep„well 2 - and attend to my bodiless with
pleasure, and would there ore recomulead it to
allibeiSe'ihb are similarly elided."
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