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DR . JOHNSON,
yaraB disemiered the m o st-certain, speedy
ILL Nod offectualremedy in the world for
DISEASIst 01 IMMIDENCE
ITITTOF EN OM TO TWE49I
No Mercury or Nortoeti Drugs.
ZOr A CORN WARRANTZD, OR NO. CHARON, IN FROK 0111
Weakness of the Back or Limbs, Strictures, Pains In
the Loins, Affections of the Kidneys and Bladder, Organic'
Weakness, Nervous Debility, Decay of the Physical Pow
ers, Dyspepsia Languor, Low spirits, Confusion of Ideas
palpitation of the Heart, Tremblings, Dimness el
light or Giddiness, Disease of the Stomach, Affections of
the Head, Threat, Nose or Skin—those terrible disorders
arising from the indiscretion or Solitary Habits of Youth—
those dreadful anddestructive practices which produce
constitutional debility, render Marriage Impossible, and
destroy both body and mind.
Young men especially who have become the victims of
solitary Vico, that dreadful laud destructive habit which
annually sweeps to an untimely grave thousands of young
men of the most exalted talent and brilliant intellect, Whc
might otherwise have entranced listening Senates With the
thunders of eloquence, or wafted to eustacy thelivinc lyre,
may call With full conlidence.
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Karr , ld persons, or 11106 contetriplatlng marriage, bein
aware of physical weakness, should immediately consult
Dr. .1., and be restored to perfecthealtb.
immediately Cured andfaU Vigor Reslored
iie who places himself under the care of Dr.., may
religiously confide in his honor as a geatleman, and
dently rely upon his skill as a physician.
"a- Office No. 7 South Frederick street, Baltimore, d.,
on the left hand side going from Baltimore street, 7 d rs
from tho corner. Be particular in observing the na t.e
and number, or you will mistake the place. Be particular,
for Ignorant, Trifling Quacks, with false names. or Pahri
Humbug Certificates, attracted by the reputation of Dr.
Johnston, lurk near.
AU letters must contain a Postage it tamp, to use on the
&lamas member of the Royal Cottage of Surgeon
Lundcu, graduate from oue of the meet eminentCollegesc. I
the b. States and the greater part of whose life has bee
spent in the Hospitals of London, Paris, Philadelphia and
elsewhere, has effected some of the mastnalonishing cures
that were ever known. Many troubled with ringing in the
cars and head when asleep, great nervousness, being
alarmed at sudden sounds, bashfulness, with frequent
blushing, attended sometimes with derangement of mind
were cured immodintoty
TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE
m. J. addresses all those who baying inJureameni
solves by private nod improper Indulgences, that mere
Rod solitary Habit wit's . "' ruins both body and mind, un
Ming them for either business or society.
These are some of the sad and melancholy effects pro.
dimed by early habits of youth, :.Weakness of the
Sack and Limbs, Pains the Head, Dimness of Sight,
Loss of Sfussular Power, Palpitation of the Heart, Dyspep
sia, Nervous Irritability, Derangement of the Digestive
Foochow; 'ashore! Debility, Symptoms of Consump
tion, he. _ . .
Mentally, the tearful &texts on the mind are much to be
dreaded ;—Loss of 3lemory, Confusion of Ideas, Depres
sion of Spirits, Evil leorebocUngs, Aversion to Society, Self
distrust, Love of Solitude, Timidity, &c., are soma or th o
Thousands of persons of all ages, can noiyJudge whatit
the cause of their declining. health, losing theirylgor, ba
coming, weak, pale, nervosa dint otnaelated, bairoaalugu ,
Jar appearance abont the eyes, cough, and symptoms of
itie mote injured themselves by a certain practice, in
Bulged in when alone—a habit frequently learned from
evil companions, or at school, the effects of which are
nightly felt, even when asleep, and if nut cured, renders
marriage Impossible, and destroys both mind and body
h ould apply immediately.
What a pity that a young man, the hope of hie country,
the darling of his parents, should be snatched from all
prospects and enjoyments of life by the consequences of
deviating from the path' of nature, atid hidulglng in a
certain secret habit. Such persons must before contain
effect that u sound mind and bully are the most neee
alto , requisites to promote connubial happiness. Indeed
without these thejourney through No becomes a weary
pilgrimage ; the prospect hourly darkens to the' view;
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 REMEDY FOR
.4 this great and important remedy, Weakness - of the
Organs are speedily cured, and full vigor restored.
ihousanda of the most nervous and debilitated who
bad lost all hope, have been immediately relieved. Al
Impediments to arriage, Physical or Mental Disqualltt
cation Nervous I rombling, Weakness or Erbaustion of
the most fearful kind, speedily Cured.
The many thousands cured at this Institution within the
last twelve years, and the numerous important Surgica
Operations performed by Dr. J., witnessed by the re
porters of the papers, and many other persons, notices of
which have appeared again and again before the public,
besides his standing as a gentleman of character and re
fponsibility, is a sufficient guarantee to the afflicted
DISPA ye' OP IIdFRUDENCE.—When the misguided and
Imprudent votary of pleasure finds ho has imbibed the
seeds of this paiefutdisease, it too often happena that an
ill-timed sense of shame or dread of discovery, deters him
from applying to those who, from educition and, re
spectability can. Cent, befriend bun, delaying till the
coastilitional symptoms of this horrid disease make their
appearance, allOcting the head, throat,. nose, skin, &c.,
progressing on with frightful rapidity, tja death puts a
period t J his dreadful sufferings by sending hiin to "that
bourne from whence no travelier,returne.” it is a melan
choly fact that thousands fall victims to this terrible dis
ease, owing to the unakiffulness of Ignorant pretenders,
who, by the use of that deadlypoisoN, mercury ruin the
consolation and make the residue of life miserable
To Strangers —The Doctor's Dtplonme hang' in his office.'
,gig- Letters must contalut a Stamp to us on the reply.
r Remedies sent by Mali.
44- No. 7 South Frederick street, Baltimore.
FAMILY DRUG STORE.
,1111 E UNDERSIGNED HAS OPENED
JL a Wholesale and Retail Drug and Prescription Store,
in the Iron Front Defining, No. 128 Market street, lately
occupied by Mr. Eby, wenre can be found an enti renew
stock of Fresh and Pure Drugs, Periutnery, Su CO&
OIL, COAL OIL LAMPS, burning Fluid, Ala iltol Patent
dleuitnnes, Stationery, Fancy Articles, acc., &C.. We
have the agency for the sale of Kline's Celebrated Arti
ficial Teeth, to which wo would invite the attention of
By strict attention to business, and desire to please,
we respectfully ask a share of Public Patronage.
G. W. ROM S.
N. B.—Prime Havana Sagan and Tobacco CI mstantly
FRANK A. MURRAT,
(Successor to :Wm. Parkzll,)
LIVERY Si. EXCHANGE .STABLE,
THIRD STREET BELOW MARKEL
IiAVINU purchased the interestof J.
Q. ADAM in the establishment, and made large
aattineus to the stock, the undersigned Is prepared to
accommodate the public with SUMRIOR HORSES for saddle
or carriage porposesAnd with every variety of VEHICLES
of the latest and most approved styles, on reasonable
YLVASURE PARTIES will be accommodated with Omni
buses at short notice • . • .
CARILIAOII3 AND OMNIBUSES FOR . ieUNENAL occe
sfoNs will he furnished, accompanie-d by care:Dilate:l
No invites an inspection of his Stook; 'satisfied that it is
fully equal to that of any ether establishment of the kind
In town. DIANN. A. littiltliAY.
The undersigned has opened a braticit of his ."LIVERI
and _MERANO; STABLE," In the buildings itttely own
tee Ly A. IN: Burr, itrkearth btreei ti'pposito the Bethel,
here he la pregared to - nonondor4ate the public with
LSIBEL , and V EItICLES, at ell IMO; oe.l chewable terms,
kVA is large utill ea#94l.. and will re eeetehetei. itself.
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HELMBOLD'S BUCHU for the Bladder.
HELMBOLD'S BUCHU for tho Kidneys.
HLLMBOLD'S BUCHU For the Gravel.
HBLIABOLD'S BUCHU for the Dropsy. •
HELMBOLD'S BLICBQ for Nervousness.
HELMBOLD'S BLICHIJ for Loss of IttemCry.
HNLIIBOLD'S BUCHU for DiMIICB3 of Vision.
HELMBOLIYB BUCHU for Difficult Bromniog.
HELMBOLD'3 BUCHU for Weak Nerves.
HELMBOLD'S BODIED for General Debility . ,
HtI2dBOLD'S BUCIIU for Universal Lassitude.
LIELMBOLD'S BUCHU for Horror of Liao so.•
HffLIBBOLD'S BUCHU for Night - Sweats.,
HELMBOLD'S BUCDU for, Wukelnlness.
EIGLIIBOLD'S BUCHU toy Dryness of the akin.
HELMBOLD'S Buotiullor Eruptions.
HIILmBOLDB BLICII.O for Pain in the Back.
BBLIABOLIAB fourfeavibess of the Nyelids,-vrith
Temporary Suffusion al d Lois of Bight.
HELDIBuLD'SfBUCHU for (Mobility dud Bostlossness,
with Want of•Attontion and Horror of Society.
HELMBOLD'S BUCHU: for Obstructions.
DELNIBOLD'S BUCHU for iseesses arising from Indis
cretion, and ail•disesses of
FEMALES, FEMALES, FEMALES.
FEMALES, FEMALES, FEMALES,
TAKE NO MORE PILLS,
TAILE NO MORE PILLS,
fillEY ARE OF NO AVAIL.
111EY ARE - OF Nel A VAIL.
Use RELMBOLD'S .EXTRACT BUCHU for all complaints
incident to the sex.
No Fanilly.Should Be Without ILI
TARE I; O MORE it 41L.SAM or Injurious and Unpleasant
Medicine for Unpleasant au d Dangerons Diseases.
Use DELMUOLDIS ExTRAct DUCIDT for Excesses
arising Irani habits indiiined in
By Yining and Old.
And for diseases arising from Habits of Dissipation. It re.
moves all improper discharges, and will restore the pa
tient in a short time to a state of Ilealth and Purity.
Use DELNEOLD'S EXTRACT BUCIIII for Diseases and
Affections of the most-Distressing Character.
Use lIELNituLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU for all 'Affections
and diseases of the
Whether existing in
Stale or Female, -
from whatever cause originating, and no matter oc'
How Long Standing.
All of tbe.abose: diseases - msa symptoms admit Of the,
same treatment, Mni. may origininute from the same
RRA 7) ! READ.! READ ! READ !
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lIIILDIBuLD'S BUCTIU is safe, and pleasant in ,taste
and odor, but immediate in its action.
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Personally appeared before me, an Alderman of the
City of Philadelphia, II T. Helmbold, Chemist, who be
ing duly sworn, does say, that biz preparation contains
no Narcotic, Mercury, or injurious drug, but is purely
Vegetable. H. T, BELIIIIOD,
Sworn and subscribed before m.? . , this 23d day of No
veu•ber, 1854. 'WM. I'. lIIBBARD, alderman. •
nice IA per bottle, or six forls, delivered to any ad
A l vial Costs but a Dollar.—Try
and be convinced of its efficacy. and it Is accompanied ;
by reliable and responsible certificates from Professors
in ;Medical Colleges, Clergy Men and others. • ;;
Prepared by H. Tc HEMBODD, -
• 'Practical and analytical Dnerriist,- •
10 i:Soutli TeLth Street, below Chestnut ,
NECESSARY CAUTION.-Should unprincipled Dealers try;
to palm offanotner article which pays a better profit and ,
— "SSICTOIFEELMIWYS =RAC? ElJentl.
TAKE NO OMER. -
- CURES GUARAITTEED.
Sold by D. W. Gross & Co., and all Druggists every
Cut this out—send or call for it, and avoid exposure
and Imposition. • • aull-dawant
IVI.‹)..F"FiLT I7 .%
LIFE PILLS AND PHOENIX BITTERS:
riHESE MEDICINES have now been be,
j_ fore the public far aperiod of THIRTY Tp..lllS,aini
during that timnhsve maintaitud a high character in al,
most every part of the-Globe, fur their extraordinary
and immediate power of restoring perfect health to per
sons suffering under nearly every kind of disease to
which the human frathe is liable•
The following at eamong the diStressing variety of but
man diseases iu which the
VEGETABLE LIFE MEDICINES
Ere well known to be Infallible.
DYSPEPSIA, by thoroughly cleansingthe first and
second stomachs, and creating a How of pure, healthy
bile instead of the stale and acrid kind .; .FLATU r
LldfllC'k, Loss of Appetite, Heratburn, Headache, Hest
lessness, 111-Temper, Anxiety, Languor and Melancholy,
which are the general symptoms of Dyspepsia, will van
lob, as a natural consequence of its cure.
Ct./sr/WE/MSS, by'cleansing the whole length of
the intestines with a solvent process, and without vio
lence; all violent purges leave the bowels costive within
FEVERS of all kinds, by restoring the blood to a
regular circu.ation, through:the procese of respiration in
such cases, and the thorough solution of all intestinal ob
struction in others.
The LOT 31EDICINE$ .have been known to cure
RIIEUIIIATIsIIII. permanently in three weeks and
GOUT in half that time, by removing local inflammation
from the muscles and ligaments of the joints.
DROP.M.ES of all kinds; by freeing and strengthen
ing the kidneys and bladder; they operate most delight
fully on these Important ,organs, and hence have ever
been found a certain remedy for the worst oases of
Also WORMS, by dislodging from the turnings ol
the bowels the slimy matter to which these creatures
SCURVY, ULCERS, and INVETERATE
SORES, by the perfect purity which these LIFE MEDI
CINES give to the blood, and all the humors.
scatutunc ERUPTIONS and BAD COMPLEX
lONS, by their alteraie, abet, upon the fluids that feed
the skin, and the morbid state of which occasions all
eruptive complaints, sallow, cloudy, and other disagree
able complexions. -
The use of these Pills for alvery Short time will effect
an entire cure of SALT RHEUM, and'a striking ini
provemeut in the clearness of the skin. COMMON
COLDS and INFLUENZA will always be cured by
one dose, or by two lathe worst cases.
PALES.—The original proprietor of these medicines,
was cured of Piles, of 85 years standing by the use of the-
LIFE MEDICINES alone.
FEVER. AND AGUE.—For this scourge of the
Western cout.try, these Medicines will be found a safe,.
speedy, and certain remedy. Other Medicines have the'
system subject to a return uf the disease—a cure by these
Medicines is permanent...TßY THEM, BE SATISFIED,
AND BE CUBED.
BILLOIIN FEVERS AND. LIVER COX.
PLAINTS.--Gramitsr. DEBILITY, Leas or Anwrrrs, and;
Ds mums OF Founts—the Medicines have been 'used
with themoat beneficial results in cases of this deserip-:
lion :—Kings Evil and Scrofula, In its worst forms,yields
to the mild yet powerful notion of these remarkable Medi.'
eines. Night Owens, Nervous Debility, Nervous Com
plaints of all kinds, Palittation of the Heart, Painters'
Colic, are speedily cured.
eonstitu ions have become impaired by the injudicious
use of Mercury, will find -those Medicines a perfect cure,
as they never tail to eradicate 'rem the system, all the
effects of Mercury infinitely sooner than the mostpower
ful preparations of Sarsaparilla.
Prep tared and sold by W. B. MOFFAT,
335 Broadway, New York.
Female by all Druggists. ' jy2o-dawly
COAL OIL 1 COAL OIL 11 COAL OIL 1 1 I
COAL OIL 1 COAL OIL 1! COAL OIL 1 1 1
COAL OIL! COAL OIL! 1 COAL OIL! 1 !
COAL OIL 1 COAL MI 1 COAL OIL ! ! !
COAL OIL LAMPS ! COAL OIL LAMPS !
COAL OIL LAMPS! COAL OIL LAMPS! !-
COAL OIL LAMPS! COAL OIL LAMPS 1 !
COAL OIL LAW'S: COAL OIL LAMPS! I
Hand, Stand, Bracket, Banging and Side Lamps l 1 1
Rand, Stand, Bracket, Banging aed tide Lamps 1 11
Hand, Stand, Bracket, }lapsing and Side Lamps I 1
hand, Stand, Bracket, Ranging .and Side lamps I I I
Beautiful and Very 'Cheap
C Ch he ea a p P i l
Beautiful and Very Cheap I
Beautiful ßeautitul andaTe
Lamps changed to burn Coal OD. All the Coal Oil and
Lamps sold by as are 'Warranted to give entire satisitto
lion. Please sail and see them.
• • D. W. GROSS & CO ,
Wholesale and . •Retedl Druggists 19 Market atr• et.
"INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS---NEUTRAL, IN NONE*."
HARRISBURG, PA., MONDAY - AFTERNOON, OCTOBER 29, 1860
DR. DARIUS HAM'S
AROMATIC INVIGORATING SPIRIT.
, This Nedicine has been used by the public for six years,
with increasing favor. it is recommended to Ours
! Dyspepsia,lVervousness, Et art-Buc:n, CIAW Pains, .
Wind in the ' Stomach, or ra Vain the Bowe .
' Headache, Drowsiness, Kidney Com-
plaints, Low Spirits D.hrium,
. . Tremens ; Intemperance.
' ETDIVIATES; .111XliltAILATIO, I. V GORATISS, 'BUT
i, WILL No's INTOX.MeIa ofc STII10:7 7 . : . .
1 . ,g A AnDIOLVE it is quick and effectu
al, curing- Me most aggravating cases o Dyspepsia,-
i ey Complaints, and at other derange- eat of the
ii Stomach and Bowels, in a speedy manner
It will blatantly revive the most melanc i ly an i
ii diet/ping spirits, and restore the weak, nervous a. d sic
l ly to health, strength and Vigor.
l Persons wile, from the injudicious use of liquors, have
become dejimted, and their vie vows systems shattered,
constitutions broken down, and subject to that horrible
curse to humanity, the Din.uums 'Dein, Ns, willVainfOet
immediately, feel the happy and healthy invigorating
efficacy of Or. Ham's invigorating Spirit. . WHAT IT WILL DO.
Doss.—One wine glass full as often as necessary .
One dose will remol.e all Bad Spirits.
One dose will sure Reart-burn.
Three doses will cure Indigestion. . -
One dose will give you a Good Appetite.
One dose will stop the distressing pains of Dyspepsia.
One dose will remove the distressing and diottgrecable
effects of Wind orb latulence, and as soon as Lbestomacb
receives the Invigorating Spirit, the distressing load and
all painful feelings will bo removed... • . • .
One dose will remove the most distressing pains of.Colle,
either In thentoreactt or -tinwita. -;
A few dOses will remove all obstructions the Kidney,
Bladder or Urinary Organs. '
?arsons who are serionsiy afflicted with any.Kiduey
Complaints are assured speedy relief by a dOse dr two,
and a radical cure-by the use of one or two bottles.
Persons who, from dttsipating too much over night, and
feel the evil effects of poisonous liquors, in•vielent head
aches, sickness • atntomach, ' weakness, giddiness, 'Am.,
Will lind one dose will remove-all bad feelings.
- Ladies of weak and sickly constitutions, should take - the
Invigorating Spirit three times a day; it will-make than
strong, healthy and happy, remove all obstructions and
Irregularities trona thimnenstrual mgans,..and, restore the
bloom of health and beauty to the Forewarn face.
/hiring pregnancy - it vvill be found Eittintaluable meal
ohm to remove disagreeable sensations at the stoma ch:
All the proprietor asks is a trial, and to induce this, ha
has put up the hriagorating Spirit ,in pint bottles, at 50
Cents, quarts $l. _
• General -Depot, 48 Water street, N. Y.
Wholesale Agent, Philadelphia D. YOTT, & CO. and
for sale in Harrisburg by C. A. Bannvart, D. W. Gross &
Co. and C. IL Keller, and by all Druggists. everywhere. '
Mountain Herb Pills.
ritHE inventor and manufacturer of
A. - ion's Mountain Herb Pills," has spent the greater',
part of hts life in travelling, having visited nearly every!
country In the world Be spent over isb4 Years anion;
the Rocky Mountains and of Mexico,lind it was thus that
the "Movirrenriilsan 'Pius" were discevereil. A very :
interesting account of his adventures therecyou
in our Almanac and Pamphlet,
Thb blood is the life t and when any ferelgu- 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. - ffho liver ceases to,
secrete a sufficiency of bile. The action of the heart is ;
weakened, and so the circulation is 'feeble. of
flings be ,
come clogged with the poisonous matter ; hence a cough
—and all from a slight impurity: of the fountain-head of
lite—the 13lod I As ityoutad -thrown :some earth, for;
instance, in a pure spring, from which ran a tiny rivulet
in a few t minutes the whole course of-the e stream be,
comes distuibed and (hi - WOW. ,Asqtilkli_ly does impure
blood fly to every part, and leave its sting hehind. All
the passages become obstructed, and 'unless the obstric-:
.lion is removed, the lamp of life soon dies out. ,
Thos pills not only purify. the blood, but regenerate
the secretions of the body, they arc, therefore, unrivalled
Liver Cornphthit, Sick Beadeche, &c. This Anti-Bilioe
Medicine expels from the bleed' tho hidden seeds of die:
ease, and renders all the fluids and secretions pure and
fluent,clearlug and resuscitating the vital organs.
Pleasant indeed, is it to us, that' we- are able topiace
vrithin your reach, a:medicine like the "Montreux ERREI
Prus,'? that will pans directly to the affliciedparts r istnigh
the blood and fluids of the bOdy, and cause , the sn,fferer
to brighten with the flush of beauty and health.
iudson's P 2149 ,nle the :Best Remedy in exist=
ence for the' following •Coinfilaints:
Bowel Complaints, Debility, , , Inward Weakness,
Coughs; Fever and iglu:i t Liver Complaints,
Colds, Female Complaints,Lowness or Spirits,
Chest Diseases, Headaches, Pints, •
Costiveness, Indigestion, Stone and Gravel,
.Dyspepsia, Influenza, S4cundary
Diarrhcea Inflammation, totes. -
Dropsy; * * * * *
Females vane r health, Shoidd neyer 'he without
thdge PilisC,'Tliey'parlfifthe tdrioiliremovfi.olistructions
of all kinds, cleanse the skin of all pimples and blotches,
and bring the rich cohri of health to the pale cheek. r
lEr The Plants and Herbs or which these Pills,ark
made, were diaeovered in aiFery surprising way qiniOng.;
the Tezucans, a tribe of Aborigines in Mexico. Get the
Almanac of our and'you Will.read with delight,:
the very interesting account it contains of the "Gases,
Mumma" of .the Aztebs.
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Observe.—The Mental''. Herb 'Pills are put up in a
Beautiful. Wrapper. Each box contains 40 pills, and R(i-'
tail at 26 cents per box. Ali genuine, hive the signature
of B..L.JiJASON & CO., on each box.
No. 50 Leonard Street,
Mr Agents wanted always—Address as above. VI
NEW - MO UR N I,N G - . GOODS
k OATEWART & BItOVIER,
Have now open a flute l 'aiseriment -of.MOURNING
&Nether goods desirable for Fall and Winter wear.
N 0.14 Market Square,
Next to the Harrisburg? Bank. ' .
O. 0, ZIMMERMAN 1
BANKING, STOCK, BILL AND
No. 28 South Second St., Harrisburg.
BONDS" AND STOOKS FOR. SALE.
3or 4,000 Harrisburg Bonds.
30 Shares of Harrisburg Bridge Compani.
70 " " Gas "
40 " " Bank.
NOTICE TO SPECULATORS.
VALUABLE BUILDING LOTS FOR BALL.
A. NUMBER OF LARGE F.IZED BUILD:
LCTS adjoining the Round Rouse and Work
shops or the Penna. 'Railroad Company, will be sokt
lOtr ant on reasonable terintad,pply to -
Rua° ° m
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CURE FOR BILIOUS DISEASES,
GREAT FEMALE MEDICINE!
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8. R. Corner of Third and Walnut Stre'da,
4ARINE , -INSURANCES .on Vestiela
Cargo and Freigbt to all parts of tbe World.
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- ÜBE INSURANOES'on lifereliantiliO"deilerillymad on
Stor*, Dwelling Houses, &c. •
AWETS OF THE COMPANY; November let, 1855
$898,804 70. , . . .
November 10, 1858,
The Board of Directors have this day declared a divi
'dead of 81. X. _PER CENT. in Cash, on the Capital Stock
and six I'ITILCENT. Berin 'of the Company, pay
able on and after Ist the proximo.
They have also declared a Bcrin,.. Dividend of TW Mk:TY
ms.:Riga CENT. on the Original Stock, and on the
Earnest i'remiatesSor the . year ending ,Octobor 31, 1858,
Cerhdeates fur which will be issued to the parties en -
titledrto the s ten, on and after the first of .Becember..
* - 4—'l.rcant and Resolution adopted by the _Board.
WEISRICAS, %credited - means of the Company arisin g
from Profits; and which will, be derived from the In
creased Capital Stock-under :the late amendments to the
Act. of Incorporation, render the _further continuance of
the Guarantee Capital mmewseary, therefore be it—
/resolved, That the Guarantee Capital he discontinued,
and4iallotes representing the ,seme be delivered up to
the makers thereof, as soon as the Risks taken during the
•eiled erobraeed in sild.Not;s'shall Intvesdetermined.
William Martin, - James O. Hand,: l'iVilliamEyre,Jr.
Joseph it. Seal, Theo. Paulding, ;James Torment,
Edmund A. Bonder, Dr. It. M. Hustond.B.M'Earland,
Jbluro. Davis,- • Hugh Craig, Win. C. Ludwig,
Hobert Durton;' lit.'brllvain, Thomas C. Hand,
Jain E. Penrose, Marie Kelley, Joshua P, Eyre,
Georgell:Leiper SeannelE. Stokes, Jacob P. Jones,
EdwikrdDarlington, Henry Sloan, J.T,Logan,Pittl
H. jonee &poke, James Traquair, D. T. MOrgan,
J. F. PeniSton, • • J. B. Semple,
WILLIAM ..MARTIN, resident.
THOMAS 0 MAD Vice President. .
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OUR PORTRAIT GALLERY.--No. 2.
DOUGLAS.-" I don't care whether:slavery is voted up:or down:;
but if I can pull the wire so as to give Slavery a hoist, I think I
can secure her vote for the Presidency."
Douglas said to Senators, and said it with a 1 " My principle" I will give up, will treat it
frown, with derision,
I do not care if Slavery is voted up or I
And with her fight with all my might, for the
down : "Dred Scott Decision."
The North I love, but with the South, I My every act shall show to her, I vow by
have more sympathy,f Little Rhody,
To get her vote for President, I'll go for I'll be the humblest of her slaves, her at
• Slavery. I ject little toady.
TUE LITTLE, BOY THAT DIED
The late . Dr. Chalmers is said to have been the author
of tbe follfwing beautiful lines, written on the occasion
or the death of a.young son whom be greatly loved
I am all alone In my chamber now, -
And the midnight hour is near,
Anti the faggot's crack, and the clock's dull tick,
Are tho ouly sounds I hear ;
Anilover my scums itsselitntie____
BitieetlSelings ofaideseglide ;
Un.'..t-and_iny_eyes are full when I think
Ofthelitile boy that died.
. I weut cue night,to my father's house.,
- Wont Mime to the dear dribs all, "
And softly I opened the garden gate,
• And softy-the-doer of theihail. •
My mother came out to meet her son—.
-• • iihe kissed me Mid' th'eri stio sighed, •
rAm.4l3er head fell on my neck, and she wept
l'or' the little boy that died.
I shall-Taiss , him when the flowers como
In the.garden where he played;,
I 'shall more by the fireside
When the flowers are all decayed ;
- Y,liall See.hisi.oys and hiS empty chair,
ad the horse he used to ride,
And they Avill SPealc -with a silent speech
(Jr the littl: boy that died.
We shall go home to our Father's house—
To our Father's house in the skies,
Where the hope of souls shall•have no blight,
Our love no broken ties;
We shall roam on the bauke of the river Of role°,
- And bathe in its blissful tide;
And one of the joys of life shall .be
'The little by thitt died.
Correspondenee or the Boston Traveler.
Syria-Teedhlg and Clothing a Desti-
Manz, Sept. 23.—The rainy season has now
commenced with great severity. The Catholic
ladies of Beirut have organized a society for
the relief of the widows and orphans and meet
'three or four times a week and spend half the
day=in making, up garments for the needy.—
These ladies have nifyie au.appeal to the ladies
of France foi help in the clothing line. This
appeal has been taketinp in , Engiand and sent
to all the , British ladies of.vrealth and distinc
tion. The.elergynien are addressing their con
.giegations upen the subject, and much good
lvill;douhtlpss result from this enterprise. , The
"American " and English — ladieS 'havu been in
.working operathin: for several weeks as an
auxiliary society to the Anglo-American corm
• The Anglc-Ainerican committee, while.it re
taans its -original name, , has now among its
inetriberi leading men from the Greek; the RO
!nithalCatholic; and the: Jewish persuasibn; and
(relief, is extended to tnen, of every ,creed lr
'respective of any peculiarity of faith.
The conduct of the'American missionaries is
exciting the admiration of all who, sea their
great devotion and indefatigable labors in this
Work of philanthropy. .I speak advisedly when
I say that the American elements in this com
mittee' is the practical working which gives
direction and tone.to*the whole movement.
Nearly twenty thousand persons are now fed
by the committee, and tbenumber is still upon
the increase. Rev. H, H. Jessup of the. Tripoli
station, who had been spending several mouths
. in Beirut, is occupied from 9A. 11. till long
after sunset distributing alms to the starving
thousands which surround him, and most nobly
bas he devoted himself-to - this department of
. . _
Rev. • Dr.- Thomson has charge of the clothing
department, and the mission school rooms
which have been devoted to this purpose !Are
threnged with ladies, who, under his super
view°, are measuring-out,' cutting and folding
the garments for diatrihntion among the poor.
Dr. Van Dyck has, taken charge of the hospi
tal, and with the surgical aid of Dr. Barclay,
relieves the sick, and "ministers to the mind
diseased" while he applies the healing art.—
The soup likeheri for nursing mothers is also
connected with the hospital buildings, and is
very useful in preserving tho little children
from starvation. - •
Rev. J. E. Ford, of Sidon„ has now in, charge
the three thousand refugees of Hasbeiya and
Ayum ; which Were brought fiom the in
teklor, by h • Tnrkish battalion .under. Colonel
o'Reilly to save them from the Druses fu that
Iffonts, of -Tripoli, has his:;dopart
ropot also in the great work of relieving the
fugitives from:Lebanon.- - - " -
4, Dr. Adler the Chief Itabbi of the Jwoo,,whe
tins printing ifirwt„
Having procured Steam Power Presses, we are
prepared to execute JOB and BOOR PRINTING of every
description, cheaper that it can be done at any other cr..
tablishmentin the country; -
!RATES ut• AuVERIISEVO.
lEitc-Foux line,y or less constitute one half square- Eig
hr.ea or morq than four constitute a square.
Mac Square, one day
one week.. ~,,, .
one month ... • •
three months .
EU months ..... - ,
One year.... . . - • •
One Square one day
,one week. • 2CO
Otte tn enth . . .... - --
" Ms months_ ,
one year 10 00
fa-Business notices inserted in the Local column, or
before Marriages and Deaths, FIVE CENIE PER LINE
for each insertion.
AtarMarriages and Dimes to be charged as regular
resides in London; has issued an address to the
Jews throughout Europe, calling upon them
for liberal contributions for the poor in Syria,
and the Rothschilds and other eminent and
wealthy Israelites are feeling much interest in
the subject. .
The British Syrian Relief Society bas some of
the noblest spirits in England upon its com
mittees, .and Sir James Ferguson and Sir Cull
ing Eardly are its able secretaries.
Family Intercourse at the Table:
To meet at tliebreakfast-table, father, mother,
children, all well, ought to be ; a happiness to
any, heart; it Lshould be a source of bur:Mite
gratitude, and should wake op the waimest
; feelings of our nature. Shame on the con
temptible and low-bred cur, whether parent or
child, that can never come to the breakfast
table, where all. the family have met in health,
only to frown and whine, and growl, and het!
It is prima facie evidence of a meau, and gro
veling, and selfish, and degraded nature,
whencesoever the churl may have sprung.—
Nor is it less reprehensible to make such ex
hibitions at:the tea-table; for before the morn
ing comes, some of the little circle may be
stricken with some deadly disease, to gather
around that table not again forever.
Children in good health, if left to themselves
at the table, become, after a few mouthfuls,
garrulous and noisy, but. if within at all reason
able or bearable bounds, it is better to let them
akine; they eat less, because they do not eat
so rapidly as if compelled to keep Silent, while
the very exhilaration of spirits quickens the
circulation of the vital fluids, and energises
digestion and assimilation. ; The, extremes of
society curiously meet in 'this regard. The
tables of the rich and the tables of England
are models of mirth, wit : and bonhommm; it
takes hours to get through a repast, and they
live long. If anybody will look in upon the
negroes of a well-to-do family in Kentucky,
while at their meals, they cannot 'but be im
pressed with the perfect _aattmls4
cachinationead mirth; it seems as.if they, could
eat all day, and they live long. It follovis,
then, that at the- fanidy table ad should meet,
and do it habitually, to make a common inter
change of high bred Courtesies, of warm affec
tions of cheering mirdifullness, and that gen
erosity of nature which lifts ns above the brutes
which p.eriiii, promotive, as these 'things are,
of good digestion, high health, and adong life.
—Halti's Journal of llealth.
' A MORAL QUESTION FOR LEGISLATORS.-It Igo
into a grocer's shop and steal two or three
pieces of sugar, lam a thief. But if the grocer
sells me a pound of sugar, and there are one
or two ounces short, he inereiY sells things, by
false weight. lam imprisoned. The grocer is
fined a few shillings, and escapes. lam guilty
of but one theft. The. Weer, it ' ino.y he,, is
guilty of a thousand, for he robs every pers , a
to whom he sells • goods with those false
weights. By what strangeanomaly of the law
is the greater thief allowed to get off so much
more cheaply than the lesser? •
MOSCLE MOVEMENT.--The Springfield Ilepullf
cen-sms that in that 'city the "muscle move
ment" among the school boys has lately. taken
a new turn. Before and afkr, school, tue
of the Court sticet &afoul - inea arid exhibit
their agility by running') around. t , Court vqnare
to the time of from forty to fifty.uecoltufs, The
amusement is becoming gegeral, and'not only
`the boys, but the sage occupants of thenounty
property enjoy the sport hugely.,
How SAM .10LOOST01 , 7 WAS MALM ELIGIELS.—A
Tennessee paper in announcing the de ,th
Whiteside, the ; age -of 90 'yams, , extfis
when Satu,Houston was a, candidate for
nor of Tennessee, and not being a -freeholder
was constitutionally inellgihie, he (Whiteside)
gave to the now illustrioua hero a tract of land,
which qualified him: 10 - receive , the office :to
which-he was.eleetcd,. , •
ALWAYS do as the sun does—look at the
bright of everything. - For while it is just
as cheap, it is three tithes as good for tltgeetion.
NATURE teaches that we are dendent—
that we are like;cog-wheels pushiug.eachlother
aipng.by filling up mutual voicia,,, r ,
FRON THE CHICAGO RAIL SPLITTER