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PENNSYLVANIA RAIL BOADI
FIVE TRAINS DAILY TO AND
The Bridge at Conewago 'hexing, been ie-built, the
Passenger Trains of the'Pennvbrania Railroad Company
will resume their former route. On andnfter
MONDAY, OCTOBER 15th, 1860, , . .
they will depart from and arrive at Harrisburg and
THROUGH EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Harrisburg' at 1.15
a. ml and arrives at West Philadelphia at 5.10 a. In.
FAST LINK. leaves Harrisburg at 6.15 a. in., every
day except Monday, arrives at West Philaaelphia at
11 4.9 1 .1 a• ni• :, ' .'..".:' ' ' ', : ~,- , e t ..lV, , ~., .c? 1=
MAIL TRAIN leaves Harrisburg at 1.00 p. m., arrives
at West Philadelphia'at 6.00 p. m.
' These.tvalis make close commetioMat Philadelphia with'
'be New York Lines.
MT. JOY ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, No. 1, leaves at
6.50 a. m., =Joy at 8.02, and connects at Lancaster aL
8.50 with Lancaster Train,.arrtving at West Philadelphia
HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION TRAIN leaves at
3:50 Columbia at 5.15, and arrives at West 'Phila
delphia at 9.05 p. m.
MT. JoY ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, No. 2, leaves at
4.00 p. ' 'Mt. Joy at 5 , 11, tonimelis with Bairfsburg
Accommodation Train, East, at Dillerville at 5.40, arri
ving at West Philadelphia at 9.05 p.
THROUGH EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Philadelphia at
10.45 p m., arrives at Harrisburg at 2.55 a. m.
MAIL 'IRAIN leaves Thiladelplo.l at -7.30 a. m., ar
rives atilarrisbarg rit '12.50 ' ' "
FAST TINE 9ia,iresTPTiiitMelptile..at*-50ii. m arrives
at liaertaburg at 4.0 . 04 i: M.
MT. JOY ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, No. 1, leaves
Lancaster.on arrival of Mall Train • hest,-,at 11.94 a. m.,
loaves Mt. Joy at 11.42, and arrives at Harrisburg at
1.09 p. rn. •
HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION TRAIN leaves
Philadelphia at ivp: Columbia. 8.10, and arrives
at Harrisburg 47.35. p.
JOY ;ACCOIOODAHON TRAIN, No. 2, leaves
'Lancaster,' on tab. arriird or Lancaster Train West, at
bit Joy at:8.80, and arrives at Harrisburg at
Pariengere leaving Tblltidelphia 'at 4 00 p: m., on Lan
caster Trairwormect at Lancaster lithAlt. Joy Accom
modatioiarattri tbo. 2,jab 1,64, and arrive at, Barrisburg
at 0.24 ft.-M. -
- - (SARUM .p,30U1444 , ,,
Suit. BO Divi Itaaroad.
octlsdtr, :r : ;2_
.NEilillkillr,, - .:;011.-g
TO NEW, YORK !
SHORTEST- 4N DISTANCE
AND QUICKEST . IN TIME
BETWEEN - THE TWO. CITIES
N ENV • Y_ORIK:-
-A N D
11.A.12/R1813T3/2 , 0 - 1
VIA READING ALLENTOWN
Ot:h LNG reEPßEE.S,.ltirst, lea'. es I.•;ew Y.rl. at 6 A
M., at riring at Harrisburg at 12.45 noon, only 6; 3 4 hours
between the two cities:
MAIL LINE leaves New York at 12.00 noon, and ar
rises at klarrisburg at 8.30 P: M.
MORNING MAR ! LINE: East, leaTes Harrisburg at
8.00 IL, arriving at New York nt - 4.298. hi.
AFTERNOON BxPRUB LINE, EaSt, leaves Ban Is
buys at 1.16 P. ht., arriving at New Yorleat 9.00 P. M.
.Connection ' sare roade.nt nacroburgAt 2,00 P. M. with
tic Passnger Trains in each direction on the Penneylyw-
Curulierland Valley 'and Northern Central Railroad.
All trains connect at Reading with trains fOrfotiaville
and Philadelphia, anti at Allentown fur Mauch: Chunk,
. No change of Passenger Cars or Baggage between New
York and Ifarrisburg, by theb.llo A. M. LiheTrorri New
York or the 1.15 P. M. horn Bariiiburg: '
For beauty of scenery, and speed, conifert and accom
modation; this route presents .superjor inducements to
Fare. betareen Nen , York andi Harrisbnig
LARS. For tickets ma other information apply to
m3l J. J. CLYDE, Geneiml Agent, Harrisharg
Northern Central Railway
ORANGE, OF SURViDUEIE.
I..sT 'AND. AFTER SUNDAY, MAY
-1 4 g-2714,4136Opthewrassenger.Traina.ozathe. , Northera•
Ceara - Hallway will leave liarrisbarg as follows :
. Ero I`;.N,G, SMIDTH
EXPRESS TRAM wiltleavo M.
ACCOMMODATION TRAIN will leave at.: 7130 A. M.
MAIL TRAIN will leave at TOOtP. M.
MAIL TRAIN will leave at... ,
ho only Trainsdeavlng Harrisburg on Sunday, will be
e A NSPB.ESS TRAIN itt Ih:c.a. M., going South, .and the
•'PRESS TRAIN at 9.32 P. M. going North.
'fol. further information apply at the 011lpe,:laVenn'a
111 road Depot. ;
A :HaCrtsVtrilg,May:26, 111602J-ma26.dit
EP I A
READVIR Jun R 0 ID
a NIAND AFTER 'MAY -
TWO PA,.- , SENORE., TRAINS LEAVE .EARItLSBURO•
DAILY, (Sundays , excepted,) at 8.00 A...M., and 1,16 P.
M., for Fhiladalphia, arriving there at 1 25 P. M., and
RATURNING, LEAVE PMILADF,LPHIA. at 8.00 A. M.
and 3.30 P. 11, arriving at Harrisburg at 12.45 noon and
8.30 P. M. %-40
FARES :—To Philadelphia, No. 1 Care, 83.28;190. _
finale train,) $2.70.
.• FARES :—Tolteadlng, $1.60 and $l.BO. • :
Reading,,connect, with. trains for Pottsville, Miners
vide, 'Tamaqua, CaSSwissa, Seo.
FOUR TRAINS LEAVE READING FOR PHILADEL.
• PIDA DAILY, at 6 A. 11., 10.46 A , M., 12.30 noon and
• 8.93 P. M. •
I:IIIA,V,E PHELADXLPHIA FOR READING at 8.00 A. M.,
1:00 P, 8130 i`..AL, and 6.00-P.'11.0 .. •
s--Resuling to Philadelphia, $1.75 and *IA&
'IRE MORNING TRAIN FROM HARRLSBURGCON
NEU'S .AT ,READING with: up Wain for Wilkinbarre,
Pittston and Scranton.
For through tickets and other information:apply to
J. .I. At%
READING RAILROAD .
RFOUCTION OF PASSENGER , FARES.
On and after, MONDAYS APRIL Rid, 1660.
_VITH-26 Coupons, will be issued. be
.tween any points desired, good for the holder or
any member of his family, m any Passenger train, and
at any lime-44'25 per cent. below the Nauman
parties having occasion to use the Road irequenily• on
business or pleasure, will find the, above arrangement
convenient an • - ,Feur 'Passenger trains
run deny oacis way between. Rea &Philadelphia.
and TWo -.Trains - daily between. Reading, Ppuaville and
klarrisburg... .0n Sundays, only one morning irsin_down,
and one afternoon train up, runs between Pottsville 'and
Pbiladelpbla and no Passenger, train on Min Lebanon
bur the above 'llekets, or any information relating
theretol apply - to-&—BradfordiFsfm - Treasurer, -Philadef
übie,`to.The reipietbiellcket Agents..oll the Jibe .for to
LG. A. NIOOLLtiI
HOLLAND B ITTERS•
THE CELEBRATED :HOLLAND REMEDY FOR
DISEASE OF THE KIDNEYS
WEAKNESS O] ANY • KIND,
. FEVER AND AGUE,
And the various affections consequent upon a disordered
STOMACH OR LIVER,
.Such.- as Indigestion, Acidity of the Stomach, Colicky
Pains, Heartburns, Loss of Appetite, Despondency, Cos
tiveness, Blind and Bleeding Piles. In all Nervous,.;
Rhiumatie, and Neuralgic Affections, it has in numerous
instances proved highityAnneticial, and in others effected
a decided cure. .. •
Ilia lea' purely- vegeta bleconspound,.prepured on
strictly scientille principles, after the manner of:the cele
brated Holland ITofessorel3oeshave. Its reputation- at
home produced its introduction here, the demand com
mencing with those of the Fatherland scattered over the
face of this.mighty country,' many of whom brought with
them and handed down the trauition of its value. • it is
now offered lo the American public, knowing that its truly
wouterfantedicinatroirittes must be acknowledged.
It is Particularly.recommended to those persons whose
constitutions may have neen impaired by the contlnnous
use of ardent spirits, or other forms of dissipation. Gen
erally instantaneous in effect, it finds its way directly to_
the seat of life,. thrilling- and quickening .every nerve,
raising up the drooping spirit; and, in fact, infusing new
health and vigor in the system.
NOTICE.—WhoeVer expects to find this &beverage will
be disappointed; but to the sick, weak and low spirited.
It will prove a grateful aromatic cordial, possessed of
of singular-remedial properties.
The Genuine highly concentrated Bcerhave's Holland
Bitters is put up in half-pint bottles only, and retailed at
this DOLLAR per bottle,
or six bottles for Firs Denials.—
The great demand for this truly celebrated Medicine has
induced many Imitations, which the public should guard
,Beware of Imposition. Fie that our name is on the
labeebf every bottle you buy,
Sold by Druggists generally. It can be forwarded .by
Express to most points.
BENJAMIN PAGE -JR• & CO
Pharmaceutista and Chemists: •
_ - EiTTSBURG, PA. .
For-sale in the city of. Harrisburg by D. W. Gaols
SAFETY INUEARCE COMPANY
N. , Corner of Third and Walnut Street.,
MARINE INSURANCES on Vessels _
Cargo and - Freight to all parts of the World. ,
INLAND INSURANCES "on Goods .by. Itivers; , Canals
lakes andiand Carriages to all parts of; the Onion.
1, RE LPIIR.ANCES on Merchandise generally, and on
Storeti„Direlliim Houses, 81c. '
ASSETS sOP THE COMPANY, November Ist, 1858
The Board of Medan have this day declared a - divt
dend 2 Of STA RAIMENT. in Cash, on the Capital Stock
and; SIX PEIMENT. on the Scrip of the Company, pay-.
able on and after let the proximo.
!They,,have also lipaared a Scrip DividendofTlVENTY
w' . CENT. on the... Original Stook,. and on.,the
Earnest Premiums for the year ending October 31 1858,
Certificates - for which'.ifill.be issued tolhe parties en
titled to the same, on and after the first of December.
. . . . _ .
jar - Preamble and ...Resolution adopted by the Board.
Wammts, theincreased means of the Company aribing
from Profits, .:and • which will be derived from the In
creased Capital. Stock under, the late amendments to the
Act of Incorporation, render the fluther continuance of
the. Guarantee Capital unnecessary, therefore be it--
Bemired ; That the Guarantee Capital he discontinued,
and the Notes representing the • BEMs be delivered up to
• the makers thereof, as soon as the Risks taken during the
eriod embraced in said Notes shall have determined. • -
• . DIRECTORS.-
William Martin, James 0. Hand, Willbunlityr!),Jr.
Josephli. Seal, • • Theo. Paulding, James Tennant,
Edmund A. Sender, Dr. B. M. Huston, BAPParlind,
John 0. Davis, Hugh' Craig, Wm: C. Ludwig,
Robert Buiton, S. Mg:brain, Thomas 0. Hand,
John R. Penrose, Cherie s Joshua P; Eyre,.
George G.Letper Stokes, Jacob P. 'Jones,
Edward Darling ton, Henry Sloan, • J.T.Lo= l iteg
FL Jonea•Brooke, James Traquitir, •D. T. •
J. F. Peniston, • . • I. B. Semple, •
• • ••`. -WILLIAM . MARTIN, President.
L. • THOMAS O:HAND, Vice President.
HENRY MIMI:MN. Secretary. _
The undersigned, as agent for the shove Oompany,is
prepared to make insurances on all description*. of pro
party on-the most liberal terms.
-.L.. .1 , vrtifeti gammas; •
Medico/ .Prafenion_and* the Ihtai/y, taxing super
sdi tictrint sc4 liSqn iroxpitro -4, co r der
o.liedicated,o , Schnappo,", ete.4l
, sow.endorsed by all
listlmproninent physicians,. chemists and ctiipoisseura,
obesau ell of thoso tytritoeA s toitial qualities
and illitetiqpifbichAelopg to a ow and 'ions
fin.?....Put•up2n and solYnil druggists,
graters etc..- A. M. DININGEIt & CO.,
Co (Establishedin 17 . 18.)„ ,i,Nolarroariators.
s4s# ,N 0.193114514 diner" N. Y.
all of the pia:sin - ea 'Wfiolesitie Druggists in
o Ate k. - sepg7-dtweins
1..20 P. M.
9.3 A P. X
NEW FIRIL . NEW GOODS
411 HE SUBSCRIBERSAsgoiag .iii#egeeded
the WHOLESALE AND BET. GROCERY; BUM-
Na SS of ; Messrs. GROSS BMW, WALNUT
STREET ,WHARP, would respectfully announce to t h e
citlions or Hariisburg and xicinitY; that ' DieY are pie=
pared to otter for sale spargeand 'complete assortment of
Fish, ' 'Salt, -
Grain, ' Flour,
Ropes, in greatvarlet*,
. . Oils, Fara,
• • Glass;
Our Large 'SPRING STOUR., purchased in Philadelphia'
and New. York, and • new arriving, has been seleeted
with ,much care r and will present great inducement's to
We inton4 to keep., ErfisT-CLA. GOODS, aid WILL
NOT BE UNDERSOLD, and hope by honorable dealing to
merit and receive . a share of patronage. ,
inar2.4411., ; . „A. ROBINSON, CO :
A SetWoji; 8008 ".OUR G.OYEE,N r .
.:VBNT."—An explanatoiy. 'statement of the sys
tem of the .government of_ the ...country. By
hc.9- :With -Proper historical, notices. The worktgiVett
the construction or the Constitution'of the United States,-
and thosenf the several. ktatesi at determined byludi
cial authority.or.derived from standard writers, atter&
.ing to reverences noted .: It; is designed tor. Collegek,'
Academies •and Echools, and. has been: so use& to a
considerable. extent. It is recoinniendea•for t,hist tart
pate by. Jurists, Presidents:and- Professors - of Colleges . ,
For sale, at El 00, by M. M'SINN.UIf, at Harrliburg,
Pa. , " • • 8029
Q OUND POLITICAL: PRINCIPLES:—The
Constitutional Provisions, and Principles of Goirern—
thencin referdnce to the political topics of the times „'are
stated and explained, from nuiluiralice 'and Correct
sources, in M'llinners "OUR COVEItNMENT"'or tON.
STITUTIONAL MANUAL. For sale', at 41' 00.1 y M. hP,-
ICINNEY, - lit Harrisburg, Pa.
rfONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED'
N,J .STATES.-4t was designed to btrread and under:
stood by the peOple. A ki.owtsdge of our civil institu
tion; the only ground of true patriotism; is essential to
their preservation and proper results. Ali erphant.On
- or_ the provisionS of the Constitution, and of our' systeth
of Goyesmneur, as founded on Judicial authority : and de
riVed from staiidar4 u ors, is given; in a form adapted
to common 'use,rin thif 'Work- egitted .101711 GOVERN
I MENT; and CONSTITUTIONAL .111A.141JAV, r ,by%.14,41 , .
IranneY. 'For ale"at $1 00, by him; at lestrrisburg; and
rtiCtiie bookstores generally y sego
pennopluattia iteftiettliph,yitimikau Ilftenwon, 'out nibi% 1; •
November 10, 1858.
geclfoi thd use of the
si , Ecabuk - ai
THE. ORIGINAL AND GzNIFINE
COMPOUND EXTRACT ;.OF
S A R SA p_A.R
The Great Itenovtifar.ef
THE SOVEREIGN REMEDY FOE
ERUPTIONS 014' : SKIN,
AND ALL. FORMS OF A.IIITA.N DODS
Thesocomplaints can be speedily and effectually cured
by the use Of this
S. A -B P -ALM, I J.a ia A..
Thouswnth k bav,epugtencpd its ,salgt uy e ff ect!, and
tans witnealed it, urittlit insOeased • to
be a question among the Intelligent: pornon of-the corn
When the Blood becomes lifeless and stagnant,elther
from the ,effects, Spring weattier r ehangq of climate
want of exercise , the use of a uniform saline diet, or any
other cause ; this' emnxiound Extract of Sarsaparilla, will
asasw the BLOOD, carry off the putrid humors, Game
BEGuLAYE TA L
E' BOWELS, -
And impart - a -Tette 'of Irtgar- o the
Whete. Body; ' P
TO THE PUBLIC.
The public are hereby notified that the preparation ex
tensively knoWn ea Dr. S. P. Tovinsend's Compound -Ea;
tract, of Sarsaparilla, is now manufactured under my di
rectionUnd supervision, from the original recipe obtained
from Dr. S. P. Townsend; and I certify that it is cbmitosc
ml of Ingredients pillum.y VEGETABLE, and WITHOUT
ME, CIJRY; and also that thmingredients are judiciously.
co minded; so als4o. obtain . froni "thane their "greatest,
medicinal effect., - •
JAMES CHILTON, M.D., Chemist. .
Sill: TOWNSEND% CQMPOUND VP &HU
PARILF.I., has a reputation.among all civilized,nations as
the best preparation lbr
Resiovitingl'arid: -Ptirlfyln* gitie BLOOD
which science has ever• Offered to man. In this resides
its , PECULLEE EXCELLENCE, and wthis. is due. iti
'UM:muting all thi- vegetable
euce; has, proved useful-in clearing, the. SYSTEM. from
DISEASE, extiactetnind Mimbintifiiith'the
which the refinements.of modern chemßnlyenable tis hi
Whatiiver may bi iiy• Mortified:: conipetitois or
splenetic physicians, the fact that thinmedicineni EVERYWHERE USW), and tha t _ its use creates an increased de,
mand, shows conbitisifeTilbit it possesses medicinal
merits of the first order •
- C. A,U 1:0 .N • - a .
To avoid imposition it will be necessary to see that
CERTIFICATE.aa, well as, the, SIG NATURE of Dr. g. P
TOWn`e6hit,itVon theeeilitawitippei Of each bottle.'
- ' BENEOYctAREFUL c . TOt'IISE NO' OTHER:
• :Praprietor'S , olliie,l4& l 4lPultenatiee4 IV jt
And pr sale by every Druggist in this city. ,
' Eip3o43taw s
LIFE .PiLLII - AliD PHOENIX BITTERS:
ir a rHESE MEDICINES have now •lbeeici 4)e.:
tieing that time have maintain%l a high character in at
most every pe,rt ef,the Globe, for their extraordinary
and immediate itowsg of reslorng perfect, neon ,to'per,
eons" sulteerrie =der/nearly ea:very &Me, or diseillie to
iv'llia" the Imolai frame in Kale; " I .'n'i ;, = .o* — .
The folldNvingateainongillo distressing variety of i*l
- diseases in which the _ „ .
VeaTABLIE. - LIFE --- mearcusi Et'
Are well known to be infallible.
JDYsIPEPSIA,IIiy thoronghly cleansing the first and
itdiatoinitcl4 andgieti.4g flovforipurrerAg,e4ltht
inatekit ix trio - dial end"%cricr lElndTM,Witin•
LENCY, Loss•dAppetite,, - Herathurn,Readache,.ltest,.
leseness 111-Temper., Analety, La ng uor and Melancholy,
whiebildriOtiergWeritre*pfoinllll dityap'elifa; will van
isli, eel , natural cc autequence of its marm
COSTlVENV.SWbesleansingAte whole length i er
the: in tea tines .pith .11 solvent .proceits;: and„ without via.
}epee; ail, violent purges letkveikty,imyela z dostiy,n2githin
two.dars. , • • ”
FLVIt S i ot ell kinds, by t reafbring a t d b ooil to a
regular elietilitioniihrbeitiLlbilirbeetta Of inisPiratlekl in •
such cases, and the thorough solution of eltihtestinal obi,
tar,uctlon ethers, - tt •. - 1
The - 11.FgligDICINE$ 'been' Indyirtk, to , cure '
RHEUMATISM permanently in three"weeks
hum the muscles onAligamtmtgof tke • lghtte:,. ; •
hig Ihirklitneyelnirble!diferOlOnpnrate inektdelight::
kmllliege ) kit:W(ICW erg anis, , and , hide° :havi!atrer ,
beenl foundia7certainf teiriedy,leri the Worst cases!of i
• Als`crintikwiS,.bx•dislodging tnelturnings! or
the bowelsthb shiny -ithitbii'M'whiefiltlikee - dentures •
SPUBVilig Prof. Se andaniVETEAVVE
SORES, by the perfect purity wldqh these LIFE EiEDL:
CINES give to the blood' . Oisehaldis. •
SCORBUTIC EIEUPTIONS and BAD COMPLEX ,
lONS, by their i tateiate ,tillec . .t,,urn ; the fluids that teed
the skin,lild side br'Which occasions all
eroptivc.compluintsoalions.louly, and other disagree
able complexions '
The Of these . .Itiliti_fort altiery , short . thrortifil effect
an,caliro oIIKARCSAIM REEPX, , antia,striking im
provement:ln the ,clearcesS of, the skin.. UOIENiON
coultriaidlailrial.EPZ:N. Will aiiriyi,Ve cured
oneaose, by , iivotan tlieteiiiit cages. "•• =
PILES.—The original proprietcir of tkiesextedicines,
was cured of Piles, ol'Alky.ears standingby the use of the.
LIFE MEDICINES alone.
Firt"it a tr,P titE g lititn ; thiclißeerge of th e
Wester ,th e lc es will e found a safe,
speedy, and certain-remedy: -Other Medicines have the
system supft %meter' tiSthe,dieeparnitrttli4 these
'M4dicslifeh is Vermanent—ml , THEM, BE LitTbFIED,
AND BE II4O
DELUSION AND LIVER COM
PLAlNTS.—GmonterDimurrv, Loss or APPVIITE, and
tiA mu mos. Esisams—the Medicines have been used
`with the inCiirbeiliticial results in cases of this descriii:4
andacroftda, tuns tinfrittlfolukyields
to the milslo3tPotrerflll.lll4l9qPrithele reniarkable Atoll-
Night lSwpati, Nervous Nbillty; liervomi
plaints' of' all kind), Ptillaittort at 'the Heart, Valtitere;
Colic, are speedily cured. I
conli tio, kw" Mecoms_oo4ed by the. judicious.
adenflier r i 1 41113-fitsiklrese ittllifinestailierfect cure,.
as they ne ver siLto eradicate, from the system, all the
effects of Derfury, infinitely sooner than the manpower
Prep tared and sold by W. B. MOFF'AT,
, EU Broadway, New York •
, Ems's h.! all '4lllllllStls, . • t
TA , KEv
That we. balra reeentlyiailded lo_ow.,.alreadrffill stock . '
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pt )11 Li*fiall Aqui *V **':**ll! - 1 p it
• . ,` gIALTEISAWLIVENION,s
"NEW Dl'tYWN' 3 lfilr rolviivi,;[' •
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65 1 0 - -'A , Pi , Sr. n
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;: ,, Raving the ilariastitoak4itidibeivisaiiiinteitibfiaikk
V-I.9.?!!Ri et PAttqAt4: 0 0 P'. 3 1 1 0C:der
stied: . 0 dice.
Always on band a FRESH ..stak`keDruts, - httl.
Obsmicali, otatit , r4caivinteilinost. dolt ,
,dditkanit iy,IL.EI7 Lad ?awl 1.1 . •
• KELLF43 I 3 (PP IG S AI4 P.iit ifCY. PaliE);
01, , miut t 6t ,
EoP S Two Doors East at Edsithitit4
FOR THE . PEOPLE
HEAR WHAT- THE- PEOPLE SAY.
The undersigned hay ing used Prc fesor HUMPHREY'S
SPECIFIC HOMC,EPATELIC Rt MEDIES in our families with .
the moat satisfactory results, and having
in: their genuineness, purity and e ff icacy, y re
commend them them 'to all persons who wish to have
safe, reliable, and efficacious remedies at band for private
or domestic use.
The Rev. Wm: Roamer, editor of "The Northern lade:
pendent," Auburn, N. Y.; the Rev. E. H. Cressy, P. D.,
Rector of St. Peter's Church, Auburn, N. Y.; the Rev. B.
I. Ives, Chaplain of the Aiburn State Prison ; the Rev.
'Spenceriiiißice,. Rector, New Bedford, M.. 86.; the Rev.
Alien ,Steele, New York Conference; the Rev. Samuel.
'Nicholi; East Steele,_
COnferebde, N. Y.; 'the Rev. P. S.
Pratt; Dorse t Yt.; the Ifev. John N..Roble, Bu ff alo; A. C.
Hart, Esq ., - Utica, N. - Y., the Pori.l. 4 recil Dow, Portland,
Me - 4 the lon, Schuyler Colfax, South Bend, Ind.; the
Hor. -- George Humphreys, N. Y Hinny D. Cook, Esq.,
ellitor of the Ohio Stite'JeUrnal, lolumbus, Chas; the Hon.
.R.::„Et. , .Graham, Moline, Ill.; the Hon. Thomas J. Chase,
Monticello, Fla.; the Hon. Joseph Benedict, Utica, N. Y. •
Wm. Bristol, Esq., Utica, N. Y.;.A . S. Pond, Esq., Utica,
N. Y.; James Plunkett; Est: - , Nashville, Tenn.
LIST OF SPECIFIC REMEDIES
••No. Fever, Congestion, and Inflammation.
No. 2.—For Worm (Fever,' Worm Colic, Wetting the
No. 3.—For Cohn, Crying, Teethkig,,and Wakefulness
'Of intents; •
'No.4l—ForDiarrhea, Cholera. Infantum, and Summer
No. s.—For Colic, Gnpings, Dyientery, or Bloody Flux.
No. 0.,•-•For Cholera, Cholera Ilort us, Vomiting.
. 7.—For Coughs, Colds, Influenza and Sore Throat.
No. B.—For Toothache, Falai-ache, and Neuralgia.
, No. 9.—For Headache,. Jartigo , eat and Fullness of
- No. 10 --Dyspepsia Pills. , --For Weak and Deranged SW
mach, Constipation, and Liver Complakit.
No. 11..ForFemale Irregularities, Scanty, Painful, or
Suppressed Periods. .
No.l2.—For Leucorrhoa, Profuse Menses, and Bearing
Down of Feinallis." ' - -
-No: lforiCOuP, Hoarse Cough, Bad Breathing.
Ne. 14.--Salt Rheum pills—For. Erysipelas, Eruptions,
qiiiiinles on the Face. • • -
16.: Rheumatic PPDI.—For Pain, lameness, or
Soteniiss.,bi'lhe Cheat, LIMB; or Liaise.
• . A••• For. Fever , and-Ague, C till Fever, Dumb Agt.o,,Old
Mismanaged Agues. ,
P.—For Piles,l3lind or Bleeding, Internal or External
o.—For ;Sore, Weak-and- Inflamed Eyes and Eyelids ;
Falling,Wealt, (maimed Sight. . . ,
• Cli'=l-Fizii• Catarrh ,- of long standing reeent, either with
sebstructienrig profuse discharge. •
W. C.—For - WhoOping Cough, abating its violende and
shorkihingits course. ••-• - . • . •
In all acute, diseases, each as Fevers, Inflammations,"
I 'Nardi* Dysentery, Croup; Rheumatism, andnach erup
' ow:Scarlet Fever, Measles,"aneEryalpelits,
the advantage of giving the proper remedies promptly is
obvioui, anl7,lti all-such'cases ther specifics -act like a
chem.:, The entire disease is °Btu arrested at once,:and
in ag oases be violence of the attack is mederated, the
disease stiortened,-and tendered lese dangerous,
Coughs and Colds, , which are of such frequent occur
'renCei and which so - often lay the ftwedation of diseased lungs;.bronctlitis and consumption, may all be at 00(10.
tired by the Fever sod cough Pills.
In all chronic diiiiiiiiisTsuotlas Dyspepsia, Weak Ski
mucliaoustipation,-Liver_Complaints, Piles, Female De-,
Wily, and Irregularities , old Headaches, Sore otWeak
Ilyes,Catarrix Salt. Rheum,and other. old' eruptionsiithe
cystic has specifics whose proper , application afford a
mire in'alinteVevery instance. Often the Otireof a single
ettronic.difflenity,. - -, suck; es Dyspepsia, Piles or Catarrh,
He adaohe or Female Weakness, pas more than paid 'for
Ahem° ted times oven . • •• - •
i I : • 'PRICE. , ,
Case of 20 vials complete, to morocco, and Book..
fitthd of 20 ilall,'and Book, plain
.13ase,or 15 purpbr,edlboxes,
Oisc_of belies, numbered, and Boon .. * ...,
Eingkiiininbered:hoxes;With.directiktoi,..: .... .... cents
-Single lettere d boxes, with directions 50 cents
Li6ge`iitsS of .2 oz. vials, Tor plinters and pilyslciana.:sls
Fas strthli Pirrintralppreilied, Difficult, Labor
ed Breathing , attenued with Cough and „Expectoration_
Price,"bo cents per box.'
FealEart USCEIARGES AND Lwarintes.—Discharges from.
the Biz,- No result of, Scarlet Fever, :Measles ur. hicreuri.
laic. 'For Raisin in - the Read; Bartiness , ol Bearing; and
Ringing in the gars, and Ear-acbo.. ; Erica, 40 cents per
AVII-SOOOvnt.4.—Paarged Glands, Enlarged artd.lndura
:ted.Tearsils"SWellinie an,dolll,llleera, eorpfutons Cenhexy,
of Children."' l'itcs, - 60 nentaper tier:
Fon , Gamistit." Dinnirte—Physical 'or Nervous Weak
.nesif.. Either the result of, tfitkuese; .itteessive*?dedica-
L tWm or 1 4,4 1 ..at!eu.P5-E-iisOhFges• • 4' ,l i i qr s q . c n ! sl BS rt '!" .
tworsv.—Pluid Accumula i foe, Tumid.Bweldngs;
" th"SaiiitY litie retorts. Price, 55 cci;ia - per boa.
troa:Sas-Stinnoas:4 - --Deathlyticknea , ; vcrtige; Nausea,
7ernitinll:-.. Mokpos from riding Or mo..a ,Price, 50
centa per box.. , , , , .
Win,Usisrati Deintesser Gravel,
,Ite*l Calculi, DlM
pafeul Mies& of : the , Eldneys; Price,
.00 . cents nerhoi.i; . . . .
Fos. thomman i lismoupas.—lnvoluntary
Consequent Prostration and Debility, Bed:ltiettlis.of Evil
The *hat aucceiistul and elffelent remedYlinOwn,
abit May be‘relied. ebre. Priciii with fell direct
tions,:sl per. hort.:/.., • ; • •c. •
persons,whe wish toplace themselves under the pre
ressionla Care, or to , seek advice of Prof. Ythineasnik, can
'do-so; at lila othoe'sB2BroadwaY, daily from.B A. 11." to 8
fP:M.; or by let4er. • • -
. OUR REMEDIES - BY 'MAIL.
Lookover the list mitke•up a cased' What kind' You
;ohrioseand inclose the amount itiacerrent note orstanips
by mail to our address, at No. 562 Broidway, New York,
:and this ineffiditte will be duly' ieturned . by mail er ex
press, free`of charge.. • '
a AGENTS WANTRD.—We desire an-active, efficient
:Agent for the sale °four Remedies m every town or com
munity in the United States. Address
, . • Dr: F: HUIdPHEERS & Co,
aprlB-da*ly: , . No. 562-litioLsWAyi NEW Yam.
Nholesale and Retallagent for Hair%burg and vicinity
C. Alsp„solth by Theodore F. *heifer, and
'Diiigilso and stem generally.
,o , i - N..:b,y,:.,.), , .4 , ..f4i,P:AA:,-.41.:7,1 0 N:
AND' GROWS ;MORE ANIrMOBE 'POPULAR
1 a ,4nd •dt,l4
„almast without number, ,
litlghtbliafyeik - front lag* addleitregivikiffabliattes
'of soblity,:idnie tinged testitheny none could iesist4 that;
'Prof.! W,oodltalliallestoiative will rester* the bald and
igrey,,,andpresestre the hair of
. tho youth to old age , in all,
its youthfulboaply., • . •
BarnsCluesT, Mich ? Dee. 21; 18dO.L.
-WWI) : Thee Wilt please accept aline to Worm'
thee that ; the hair or my,.bead all fell off over twenty
years ago % paused
„by a complicated chronic disease, at
of suffering ihiough'bie liaVirigrediced me to a state of
depeddende, I having bet teen able to obtain - ,stnff for;
aaps,meitlier have I, been:ablei to do Olem up, sm cense,
gnome of witiclyny head has suffered extremely front .
cold. Thisef ildticed me to, pay' Brfggs HodgeslamoSt•
thelastberitl had on earth for a'two dollar bottle of thy
Halt Restorative about”the first of Angtutt last. I have ,
laithfully followed the directionowittnebaldnpollemow
covered with hair thiek - and,blaek, thouitli ihor4it is al.
;so' ecening allover ' my head: ' ' keelineobittdent"that
another would restore 'entirely-and:per
mania:MY; feel , anaious tolieraavera baits usa, and be
ingdeapt,g,te means to p urchase more, .7oeld ask
'thee lf theewoUldit - nbfbe willing to send pie aiiiiider
on; thinesagents .I'44i-bottle; and receive' to thyself the
.scripture deelaratkin - • 'the reivard , la , to 'these that are
kind to thelridow, and fatherless ." - : '
-rThycfriend, 81JRANNAll BIBBY. ,;
, • Xudittua
", FRO:, o:',/: - WOOD::,//e4 Sir :—ln Melittim,pari of the
'Year'lBs 2 , while attendhig the ;State' ind'hatiouillhW
:School'of the State ot •NdirAtork; my haily:from'a'satase
unfinowt(Ssi moiotimmeurstl.islhoCOMusry rapidly, so
the short, apace of BIZ .111011U18,,the whole upper
of- kart My, scalp Was - ,41.m0it entirely beiat of MS hover
lab and innclitonhOreinairdag *Rini upon thaside
and hacl pastormyshe.actstuully afterib ooo nuilgrah so
that youmill not be surprised whenJ tell youthatopon
ray return to ,the,Sts.M fOr, 45 1 .itOlaiptY* 0 0. - 9ssual at-
A tuatutiiiiCei'irere• dot' o iffuelf at a Ites ici'disodder the
canned(!tbercbangetnmyappearance, ea! hat-
Jssto aMlusiStatulettwerectofmcogoisesni at, alk . t•.
i M t a l ts B4 l * Mettittr i rt, ("11-t ?Vrg
ithcmuult, , * hilecOtild4la be restored, ilitatOreed
to become iscOnciledle my fate; ttutil r forltuudelylin the
latter part of the year 1867 2 ybus hentorangs_ was ye.;•.!
„commended to me by a,
,Or.uggis," being , the most:re .
%Are Hale Ristarative use . 'l tilid'one bottle, and
Ibitilibfay great isidiefactiOn'that it. was producing the;
;desired effect: s Blues that.tinierThave.used seven dol.,
lath' worth ory,cor..ll.hstoratisei and ae itiresulti hirers (
rich i oat cf very ipyp,ii.?ielc hair, Which .no money can
as a mark of My:gratitude - for your labor and skill ih
the production ! wonderful an artlcle r l. have 're-
commended. pa use 10. Barmy of my friends and
Stkr4;_*. 'hi!) : 1- am irdchu Y 9.1 1, hroliaififf it with
...Me 10 - eel, - ;Very zruscttally, yours, •
~ ,f,ttpriney and Qrsmilellgr ate Lavr.-
;Depot; 414 Broadway, aud,sold by : all dealers through
Oat the world_ ' - - - , ,
-."111it Restorative is put tip hi bottleaof three slam viz
largepmediumaudirmall ;.the small nolds% a phut, and`
!puma for one dollar medium :holds as.
'leeditiienti.. pop cent--more,llCpropOrtionthanthesmalk
retailis . for:tiwO perhOttle'l- the' hAte holds rr
ithart, air ilerlant. ;Indioprorinilion; and intallsTor
-A 01, Npoo.o Sr 00:1;;ProPrietors,-; 4 44:Broadway, iNeW
prit, and lipirAlutAstreet, i ,BAJLoluis, Mo. ;1-1
Arid' siild . ,:fm.WlOW:prEalile ‘ to OV,lraiiiii:docid:
Dallas - " — •
PILLS OF IRON.
Alf aperient and Eton - nettle preparation in IRON puri
fied of Oxygen and Oarbisi by combustion in Hydrogen..
Sanctioned by the highest Medical Authorities, moth in•
Europe and the United states. aid prescribed in their
The experience of thousands daily proves that no pre-;
paration of Iron can be compared with it. Impurities of
- t he blood, depression of vital energy, pale and other- .
wise sickly complexions indicate its necessity in almost
every conceivable care Innoxiona in all maladies in
which it has been tried, it has proved absolutely cura
tive in each of the following complaints, viz : •
Debility, Nervous Aff'ectlons, ICinancipa
tion, Constipation, Diarrhoea, Dysentery.:
Incipient Consounpition, Scrofulous Tuber.
colas's, Salt Rheum. - Illismenstruation,
nic Headaches, Filictunatiain, Intermittent-
Fevers, Finuiples on the Foie...be,
In case of General Debility. whether, the , result
of acute disease or of the contlinied dimlnttion of ner'
vow and muscular energy from chronic complaints, one
trial of this restorative has proved successful to an ex- ,
tent which no description nor written attestation would
render credible.. Invalids:so long bed-ridden, as to haye
become forgotten in their own neighborhoods, have sod;
denly re-appeared in the busy world as if just returned
from protracted travel in a distant land. Some very
signal instances of this kind are attested of female suf
ferers, emaciated victims-of apparent marasnina, san
guineous exhaustion, critical changes, and that complica
tion of nervous. and dyspeptic i'versus( to air and e'er,
cise for which the physician has no name, .
In Nervous Affections of all kinds, and for res.;
sons familiar to mettles' men, the operation of this prel
paration of iron must necessarily be salutary, for,unlike
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 purgative, or indicting a disagreeable
It is this latter property, among others,. which makes
it so-remarkably effectual and permanent a remedy for
Piles, upon which it also appears to exert a distinct and
specific action, by dispel sing the Iccal tendency which
• In Dyspepsia, innumerable as are its manes. a single
box of, these Chaiybeate Pills has often aufliced for the
most habitual cases, tneluding the attendant Cbstires.
In :unc,hecketi' Diasrbeca, even when ,advAne.edAo
Dysentery, confliined, ensudathrg, and Apparently mai.
lignant, the effer.ti.have been equal decisive and as
liptlie local paind; toss of &Ai 'and strength; deldli
tatiuWcough,nud remittent hectic, which generally indl.
cats laicipleait Coltatunption, this reme4 luta al
liyed the alarm". of trien•is and phytticlarts,ln scrveial
very gratitying,and hiterCtiling ilishuuten.; • ;
In Sci•ofialotas irubekealtirila; t his Medicated iron
has had fur more than . toe good of ‘llli nun& mtinkluily
balanced preparations of iodine ;withoutany of their,well
. . _
The attention of femaletii , cannot be too confidently Id-
Thed„,, thle , :eilte4 abkresforeNce, in the MOM POUliar
ly auecting them. . ,
• lia in
theiiiraglarn, both chronic and :iiillkinnuitory'--
in.thelatter, however„moce ,deridedly—it has been in
vti.rititily well l'epcifted, high 'as alidirildhig 'an d-re
dlining :the swellinga and stiffness: bf thajoinedinuscles.
In Intermitpenli. Feviire It must necessarily be a
great remedy and energetic reateratiVi, aid` its progmb
,iri,tbe settiement.of the west, a 111,probably be.one
of high renown anti u sefulness.
= NO remedsr , bait over been.disoovered, in the whole his
tory, of .medlcine, which cretin suctr prompt,,hapny and
fully `rattirtitlve effects: Gerd appetite, 'complete diges
tion,.rapid:acOuisition of.strength, with, an unusual dis
,nosition for active and cheerful exercise, immediately
• tollaw its use;
-Pet, op m neat flat metal boxes containing. 50 Pills,
pflce 50 cents box; for sale by : Dinggistaand dealers.
Will be sent free to any address on xeceipt.of the price.—
All letters, orders, etc.„sbould be addressed to
it. B. LOCKE & CC., general Agents,
ap4=dtf- -- • = 339 Broadway, New York.
The attention of Invalids, PhysiciaMs, Otergynnm , sci
entific, men, and .the yublie generally, is: resp Mtfally
solkiterild the Merits lifiblifebemical preparation, eon
raining Iron,StaiiihakraindPhosphorna and which
le identical ila composition with the.liteetalic Globule,
or red blood.' in all diseases' accompanied with`"
.pnio countenance and nervous derangement, analysii of
the blood gm* a detielenkr of the rediglobules. ' toddy
complexion amid rosy tint of,,d,m skin, is always indica.
Live of health , ' while a pale , ViaXlllie Ala and' ookinte
nance,—whichevinces a deffoiencYor Ili red globules,
accompanies a diseased.organism. Preparations of Iron
have been given for the purpose of supplying the red
globules, but VG contend that Iron. alonC, Sulphur
alone,. or Phospporipo 11.1=44 : wi1l upt meet, the deli,
ciency in every case , but thafajndiciouS coinbination of
au. these elemental; necessary to. rentontObe biO9dlo its
normal standard.. This pet*, never before.attained, lute
Linen rinehedlii the Blood' discOviery
' ranks.as one of.the mostsclentille mut inmortant, ol the
age: res 'effias
" • .1 .-
,are, to : soften the .coegh, brace. the netvpii, strampien
the system; allay the sweats; increase
thisphysical Suitt nionuil,energy, enriels the blood 4y, re
storing tho lacking red globules, increase the appetite,
•rest bre. the color and - Clothe the: akelettin • irate with
flesh: The Bloo dl Food will .be found &specific in all
Chieorillo Di leases or the Threnut or Lungs; such
an Astlusa,;Brenchitis, Ostig/ut, . Public speagersand
singers w ill find it of great. onffity in clearing and
strengthening the vocal . organs.. In Dyiprpsia, Liver
Complaints, Dropsy, Jr.ptlepsy. Paralysis, .Scrofula, Gravel,
M. Vitae, Dance, Fever, and,...4yue, Am., its efficacy is
In atted'and instantaneous. - ' In no clash ol disenae, 110w
,are the; beneficial Affects of this remedy so 'con
spicuous as in those . hesraflaing
to which the ~ge,ntler eer. are liable,And which tend to
wards . Coistibifitbin, 'Bitch - - etippreisied or `difficult .
bfitensfridalion,. ;Wets &dam* ,4Wslittes, fire , espeekilly
° complaints are accompanied with paleness,
it . dingy hue, or pallor of the skin; depression of spirits,
debility,. palpitation want of appelite, and neryouswes
tratiOn, Piro have &lastest confidene,e idreciiinmend-'
ing the Blood'rood to all who may be -condole= of a
less, pr vitality %energy,
L and to those whose mental or
'beak powers are prostrated 'through overuse; eithei of
, the Milt&or betty, And we : deem it our siuti.to key. that
In all cases 61 Weakness and .FailikkrAiens, and in all die
easeti Of thelffiditiyaßfaddin,lbis Preparationtuniiietalm
:owl the attention ofaufferers whichtsannot be overfes
timatiii. trial *Hike Pitied the toilet cobvino
lug Prcioffitfregithilb its efficacy that conlitheindied.for.
°With the, above remarks,,and with the numerous testis ihtinlifis`we"fikie fifer, we otter' tbe . "Bliscie;
kitseitlif:torshe consideration otthe afilioted,lknowingthat;
it will ba acknowledged. as pre-eminent over all other
preparations, patent -or-officiai,in Petrit of , Miefeiness.—
Circulars giving the Theory upon which this remedy is
founded,, also certificates cf remarkable cures, will be
sent freewhen desired. finivarfi the Blood Food
to:any_pant of the United Bates on Canadatulion receipt
ofPrice- r g pur,b4fle; fis . for six bottJus. Be caref ul urnes have none Vet that having
signature nPon,tho Wh ifin
ipper. fe,other lis genuine. L
' Prnpaisid bulk by CHURCH •es :DUPONT
' • NO. 409_ BrOadWIY, Nelf ficirk.
. And by all, ies e niclaule Druggists , throughout- the.
'For' sale by C. A. Bannvart, sole' agent, Hanisburg,
Pa. . tesui.datirl.V-rd aPlo4dau2
A NEW AND FINE AI3B9RIIIENT
LarnEs , -TRAVELING
S 11"0 PPIN BAGS.
Atalllpiices,for sale at - -
BARGI•1811VS CHXAP, BI:4STORS,
' e :bl . Mirket greet
°LOSE THE BUSINESS. .
BEING delfirotyli .to • Close., Are: -WALL'
PAPER thitimiise is which I am iras* en.,
gaged, I will sell all ltdi 'steak 1. have on hand at 00.82
riapEs. , Jilt : dPaiOng bargains )d, Wad Pam will. do
weir tik eilling sotfn.
. GEO: A3KIIGNEII , 6I Itatket staitet
• • • eal , SWEDE% '
0 AitP ENT Eh 1ND.50131111 8 r
COKKIZE WALIVIFT AND 17101 4 71'Mid=
711.0.BBINa L of *in!)
p otice. in ion° style ; terms ! ,
""JUST - 'RECEIVED
A: MO TR tiT7Ol? I TIf 0, 1 8 Ef
gifia _FINE FOIITTED
. t GOLD! PEWS.
mandacture, warranted to bilio best in matezi4
the float pointed, most: doable and: ea olitioprAte , aor,
n,mal.ket i for eale , with atv,toletTyr ;Silver
pike( et: sizei and pricee, "
• ; . BIOWISEK'S CEMAP.IIOOIISTOREy
. - • . f4;4494e413.41tet::
-I,a.WHITE. 131tANDYIrt ..,;,i- •
. . ... • i-0
iIDOR :LPREBERVING: It Yeryampotiok 3114; 4
:.I.! ~,tilg ?. 1 1:il u .VVP„d,e l l arg nE , -•- ,
CHILDREN - '
• MRS. maks Law,
An experienced Muse and FemalePhyaician, present. t o
the attention of mothers her
For Children Teething,
which grey tlyfacilitate the Pruheee Eitatadug, by _sat
ening the" redo:tag irdhanmatkni—willailay al L
PAIN, aedrplutratigs autted.Und
SURE TO REGULATE THE BOWELS.
Depend,evenit, mothers, it will give rest to yourseive t
AND;DRUM AND HEALTH TO' YOUR INFANT.
We have put up and sold this article for over he
years, and CAN aav, oomemzscs Awn TROT; what we
have never been able tosay of any other medicine—
NEVER HAS IT FAILED, IN A SINGLE INSTANCE To
EFFECT A CURE, when timely used. Never did we
know an instance of dissatisfaction by anyone who twe'
IL. On the contrary, all are delighted with its opt,
Uons, and speak in terms of highest commendation
its magical effects and medical virtues. We speak th
this matter "wain. ws DO KNOW, atter tee years' exp,.
riencs, PLIDGI ova sezwursvios row WI PCISDNINNi
at RUT INN El= MOLAR& In almost every ensue:, t
where the Infant is suffering from pain and exhaustion, rt.-
lief will be found halifteen or twenty minutes after th«
This valuable preparation is the preseriptou at one
'of the most EXPERIENCED and SKILLFUL NUitt-ES in
New England and has been used with sires YAM.;
THOO'SANDS OF CASW.
It not only relieves the child from pain, but a, vig
orates the etemach and bowels, corrects acidity, and
gives tone and energy to the whole system. It Will al
most instantly relieve
GRIPING IN THE BOWELS, AND WIND COLIC,
and overcome convulsions, which if ma speedily row , -
died, end in death. We believe it the awr and ariarr
aisssoy.ni TIM womb, in all cases of DYSENTERY ANii
DIARRHEA iN CHILDREN, whether 'it arises aim
teething Or from any other cause.: We Sreeld
• every mother who tum a child sulfering from any te. the
foregoing Compbkhils--no ode t Tetra rairunicm,
TIM PlMMoicimi or MaalL'ilieMieall yea and your
suffering child and th t
• eliel that will be SURE—yes, AB.
FALUTIILY °Dew 'the nee of this medicine.
U timely used. Full directions for using will accompany
L each bottle. None genuine unless the fae-simile of
Mint A PVIKIENS,New York, Is on the outside Wrapper.
Stiiii..by Dr uggists throughout the weed
rrinpipai °Mee, No. 13 Cedar St., New York.
Price only 25 Cents per Bottle
in Harrisburg by D.' W: Grass & Co., No
19,1Iarket street,: J. Martin Luta, No. 22 Market street. C
K. Keller, MI. 91. Market!treet, below Fourth, and G. W
Miles, 12S Market street: -
; dawly - :
/ ''S "P
- (1 . - -k,
cr AcV . 0 ° Sk r.
' B- 7 ft , 0 EoOPTQWM ! 11 r . 4
'as l- 0
a Diliniosio ll Ag ''‘ a'
Save the . Pieces! 1 . ? =
As tie:driest:wilt haypire, CCM in well-regulatedfamiliet
itlia very desirable to have some asap and CODVellialt.
way Ter repairing Furniture, Toys; 'Crockery, he.
Meets all eue:b einergenclee, abd'no household Can afford
to:be ;without. it. It is always readY and. up to the stick
big-point. There is .no longer a necessity. for limping
chairs; stillotered veneers, beadles tbys and broken
Credle3.—lt is -just the article for corm.. shell and other
ornrmental work, so popular with ladles or refinement
. This admirable pr eparation is used cold, being chemi
cally held solutio n, and poiscssing all the qualities of
- the best cabinetmakers'. Glue.: lt may be used in the
place of ordinary mucilage ,, being, vastly more adhesive.
"WiEFUL IN EVEitY Hotlss.”
N. B.—A Brush accompanies each bottle. Price 25 ma.
Wholesale Depot , N0..48 Cedar b uss ; mew York.
Address . HENTRY - C. i IitPALDING & CO.,
113ox'No: 8,600, New York
Pct up tbr fledlersin eases containing Four, 'Sight and
Twelv.e:Dozen-,c. beautiful lithogrilaic Show card ac
comptuaylng etch package. "
iiirA single bottle of SPALDING'S' PREPARES GL IIE
times its cost annually to every bouseludd.
- Sold by all prominent Stationbil, bruggists;flardware
and Furniture:Dealers, Grocers Ma Fancy Stores.
Country merchants, cliould make ^ rte of SPALDING'S
PREPARED GLUE, when talkia op their list It wil
'stand any climate. - - febl7 dawly
W 7.- M - SFXTTTUrUUF:I.=I .T MMI
OR PAIN DESTROYER,
IS one of • the few : dotheetio remedie s
which have come into general use and favor, without
puffing. His the'produat of a simple shrub; harmlcsc in
all cases, and as a doniestic -remedy unequalled. For
BURNS, CUTS,. BRUISES, SORENESS, LAMENE,IS,
SPRAINS, lIIIEUEATISM; BOILS, OLCF/V, OLD SORE 3
and WOUNDS, it has not an equal. - It is alsowseff, with
great success, for TOOTHACHE, HEADACHE, , NEURAL
GIA, SORE THROAT, COLIC, DIARRHOEA, HOARSE
NMS, and other vhollaiqronblesotne and painful affec
tions, while It promptly , arrests all HEXIMORRELAC.—
Hundreds of physicians use it daily in their practice, and
give it thefr unqualified 'recOmmendation. Sold by our
agents and dealers, and ;by -
F: HUMPHREYS CO.; 562 Broadway,
.Sole Proprietors and Manufacturers.
Sold by G. H. Keller, Wholesale and Retail agent . foe
Harrisburg and vicinity, aid
.Druhists and stores gene
rally. • . . apri-dawly
- 1 1
TS THE ONLY
JLKNOWN and best arti
ele to exterminate Roach
ea, ped, Amp, Anis, McKim
'Vine Bugs,. Re. rr
--_--• TAINS NO POISON.
•-•°-.^ -- = SCHWERIN'S PILLS
/„. are sore death t 3 RATS
"sow ' and MOE.
Hr. SCHWERIN received Certificates from President
of Girard College, Directors of House of Refuge,'Pennsyl
yenta Hospital, and other prominebt Public Institutions
of Philadelphia. 11. S. Jail, Wasbingto; D. 0., and
Charity Hospital, New Orleans, lA.
The original certificates can be seen at the Wholesale
and Retail Depot, 124 North Second street, Philadelphia,
and for sale in Harrisburg by Charles A. Bannvart, D.
W. Gross & Co., G. W. Riley and C. K. Keller, and by
all Druggists and Grocers everywhere
Beware of Spurious Dili adonis. Remember to ask for
SORWERIN'S Annihilating Powdex
None genuine unless signed
H A"M S HAMS'-!!!
NE Wil'OLD' S CEBERRAtEIi
E.ETE.A:SUgAR CURED (covered.) ,
E.X.TRA SUGAR CUBED (uncovered.)
PLAIN - 'HAW '
VATM.k I N.AR WHEU.S.EfiQUU*S-i
_EXTRA EUUAR CDIi,ErpRIEDBEEE;
itzTRA, 4i . ;:(Cintrii.)l
Just ! Tccirivcd. 801113101.illirOYAI 41, above, which we
iirvuusuauy fox pekes. -
I .m 0 I Vli. - DOCK CO.
'TRIMS AND CHEMICALS.
t• • EMI GS -AND 'MERIDA'S.
Patent Medicines ---Family` Medicines.
Patent Medicines.' “.Family Medicines.
141 4 34 iMPAciP.P.4 Medicines.
witysum,, Stimpttexi, Shciplder.Braces.
Trusties; Stiptiprtets;"StiAilder - Braces.
=:Triniiiiff, thiptortersAbcitadei Bricee.
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'AMP '+ LET ;ARTICLES.
19 90.-MelriiMP Toir.V.T - AlvrircLEs.
HAVANA.PRIME' OIGfAitS, TOBACCO.
PRIME =HAVANA rEIDATZ, TOBACCO.
PRIME - HAVANA. 'CIGARS, TOBACCO.
719,00deaTor to buy omit Belt Oa very best of every-
Ibhlg In oti! 11i8, arta ardays - baste altotat assortment m
store frommbia.custilinersimy chwn. And relltrit at
.P r kM_TFM° r p m a fair ithge p taatron STO i ax.
ILSId.DRNo, 9.1 Market str-et.
. 4 .IILANICA3OCUES
a I dbriLIMA:GINABLINIZEIS, PRICES,
. 71 4 , il` . A . AND 1 1;01,9n hand and nmnufaatar
skto oit lUchespeat rates; at
LIZEUAKISit. CUIYAP BOOKSTOBS.
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