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Einto of Zrarri Oiransportatiob
PENNSYLVANIA RAIL ROAD!
FIVE TRAINS DAILY TO AND
The Bridge it Conevugo buying' bren re-built, the
leagenger Trains of the Polo yfve, !..Haltrind ComfmnY
will resume their former route. CI) end after
MONDAY, OCTOBER 15th, 1850,
siry will depart from and arrive at Harrisburg and
Philadelphia as follows
ELSST A 1 D s
Tnnoucat ESPREOO TRAIN leivea Harrisburg at 1.15
a. m. and arrives at -West Philadelphia at 5.10 a. m..•
VAST LINE leaves 'Harrisburg at 015 a. in., every
day except Monday, arrives at West Philaaelphia at
10.00 a. m.
MAIL' TRAIN leaves rrisburg I.oo' p. arrives
at West Philadelphia at 5.00 p. ni
These trains make close connection at Philadelphia, with
l a New York lines.
MT. JOY ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, No. 1, losves itt
0.50 a. in., Mt. Joy at 8.02, and connects at Lancaster at
8.60 with Lancister Train, arriving at Wes.t Philadelphia
at 12.10 p.
HARIMEIRJRG ACCOMMODATION TRAIN leaves at
3.50 p. m., Columbia at 5.15, and arrives at, est Phila.
delphia at 9.0611, m..
MT. JoY ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, No. 2, leaves at
4.00 p.m., Mt. Joy at 5.11, connects with Harrisburg
Accommodation Train, East, at Dillerville at SAO, ant.
viag at West Philadelphia at 9.05 p. m.
THROUGH EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Philadelphia at
10.46 p. m., arrives at Harrisburg at 2.55 a. in.
MAIL TRAIN leaves Philadelphia at 7.30 a. In., ar
rt vas atHarrisburg at 12.50 p. In,
FAST LINE leaves Philadelphia. at 11.50 a. in., arrives
at Harrisburg stol.oo - p. .. .
MT' JOY ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, No. 1, leaves
Lancaster on arrival of Mail Train. West, ,at 11.04 a. m.,
le .ves Mt. Joy at 11.42, and arrives at Hanisburg at
1.00 p m.
HARRISRCEH CoMIODATION , TRAIN , leaves
Philadelphia at 2.00 p. m., Columbia 6.10,. and - arrives
at Harrisburg at 7.35 ps in. •
MT. JOY ACCOMMODA 110 N TRAIN, No. 2, leaves
inneaster, on the arrival of La.s.easter 'frain West, at
7.54 p. my Mt. Joy at'S.Bo, mat arrives at Harrisburg at
9. 42p. m.
Passengers having PhDad Iphia at 4 CO p. m., on Lan
caster Traits, ccnnent . a. Lancastei wills Mt.. Joy.
laudation Train No. 2, at. 7,54, and arrive al.:Hartisburg
at 9.24 p. m
SAMUEL' D. YOING,
Stspt. Poinstavaniat RaGroad.
octThitt , . .
NEW Allt ird ROUTE
TO NEW YORK!
SHORTEST IN DISTANCE
AND QUICKEST IN TIME
BETWEEN TBE TWO CITIES
.13,A.12,12,153E31T1?_ , 0- 1
VIA. READING - -LLLENTOWN
ORNING 1.X1•14..55, 'll est, lea . , ec New Yolk at 6 A
M., arriving at Harrisburg at 12.46 noon, only 634 hours
between the two cities.
MALL LINE leaves Eew York at 12.00 neon, and ar
rives at Harrisburg at 8.30 I'. 41.
HORNING MAIL LINE East, Leaves. Harrisburg at
8.00 A. IL, arriving ai New York at 4.30 P. al.
AFTERNOON EXPItEr..B LINE, East, leaves, Ilan's-
Lurg at lib M., arriving at New Yolk at 9.00 P. M.
OomteCtlons are made et ilarrisbinzat LOOT: 61: With
tie Pasnnger Trains in rash Oration on ilitifedrisylva-
Lis, Cumberland Valley aLit ein there central Railroad.
entrains connect at Itelidii.g with train, for Pottsville
and Philadelihia, , auri at ellentoun for Mauch chunk,
No change of Passenger Cars or Baggage between NeW
York and Harrisburg, by the 0.00 A Li. Line from New
York or the 1.15 P. N. rom Harrisburg.
For beauty of scenery, suit speed, comfort and accom
modation, this route presents superior inducementS.to
tips traveling public.
Fare between Now fork and Harrisburg FIVE DOL.,
Lela Per tickets an,. other information sp.illy4o ---
inn J. J. CLYlR,,....(leamArgient, Harrisburg.
- 1860. 1860.
Northern CentraL4Ovay I
CHANGE' OF '.:SOILEDULE.
IN - AND AFTER 4SIJISFAt' MAY
nth .140, the Passenger Trains onAlfe::;ilorihern
tAmtial .11Aljw;4 will leave Harrishergliirfolfiiive
EXPRESS 111 .- A.IN will leave, . ..1:40 A. 111
A.CLVIWRODATION TRAIN #llllegive - at..780j A. II
MAlLTiWNwillleave'it ; i 100 Di
MAIL "IllAlNivill leave' at " 1 20P. 11
MYREN% I RAIN. *111:1000 0,3;3 1..
tie only Trains leaving Hairishurg Orl $l.ll/114 will be
MIME& TEAM at IL; going South, and the
'93EBSTRAIN,at 9.32 P. M., going North: • - •
For farther information apply at the Otlice, IMPetin'a
Harrisburg, May 26, 1860 j 126Z ' B 411; : 4 P ll*
HILAAPELk I I-11A
READING RAIL It OA D.
ON AND AFTER 'MAT 28th - 1860.
1.-40 kAmENGER. TRAINS LEAVE ISAREISHIJEG
DAILY, (Sundays excepted,) at 8.00 A. Al., and 1.15 P.
11. for Philadelphia, arriving there at 1 25 P. and
h,15 P. M.
RETURNING, LEAVE PHILADELPHIA at 8:00'A. M.,
and 2.30 P. DI arriving at Harrisbvrg at 12.45 noon and
5.130 P.l[. .
.., . .
FARES :—To Philadelphia, No. 1 Cars, $3.25 ; No. 2 (In
carne train,) 12.70.
FARES i•—To Reading, $ 1.60 and $l.BO.
t Reading, eminent with trains for Pottsville, Miners
'Ml% 'Tamaqua, Catawissa, &c. •
FOUR TRAINS LEAPS: READING FOR PHILADEI,
FULA DAILY, at 6 A. M., 10.45 A 81., 12.80 noon and
“.43 4 M. •
UAW. PHILADRUBIA FOR READING at 8.00 A. M.,
1,00 P, L, 3.60 P. M., twit 6.00 P. M.
FARM :---Readinzto Philadelphia, $1.75 suiclßl.4s.
WE MOANING TRAIN FP.OII HARRISBURG CON
GRUB AT READING With up train for Wilkesbarre
Oitagon and Scranton. ;
For through tickets and other information apply to
J. J. CLYDE,.
"RFDUCTION OF PASSENGER =FARES; .
au and after NONDAt, APRIL 2d, 1860
"(NITS26 Coupons, will heissued. be
tween any points desired, good for theholderor
any member of his family, in any Passenger train, , and
ag any.tamer-at 25 per tent. below the namm.ta. FARM.
-parties having occasion to use the Road frequently on
business or pleasure, will lind the above arrangement,
eonvenient and .economical; es your Passenger trains
tun , dallynach. way .between Reading and Philadeiphia,
bird_ Two Trains daily . between Reading, Pottsville and
rrinbarg. On Sundays, only one morning train down,
t h d , one afternoon train up, runs between Pottsville'anci
iladelpllia; and no * - Faasenger Wu - op-ure7r4bancaL
_ R ainy Branch Rafiroad. „ ,
For the above' liiikeis;•or ,, any information relating'.
therito•apply-to' S. Itialord, Esq., Vreasufer; Philadel
IPWC€ II KS I Tiffirmicßir,Trcitct , 74 - ginpf - cin ,the or,to,
tic A; Niacq,l4-
• oxpllti uenq.qupt
ptnitsvltianict,. Elattp &It two, 0 1; d 4 -0, 40 Aftsruop.q, Noutinber ,3„ 1801:1.
THE CELEBRATED HOLLAND RWIRIX'I7OII
DISEASE THE KIDNEYS,
W EAKNESS OF ANY, KIND,
And the various affections 'chi:devout hpon a disordered
STOMA:CA OR LITER,
Such as Indigestiony Acidity of the Stomach, Colicky
Pains, Ifearthurns, Loss of Appetite; Despondency, Cos
tiveness, Blind, and Bleeding Piles. in all Nerrots,
'Rheumatic, and Neuralgic Aftections, it has in numerous
instances proved highly beneficial, and inbthers effected
a decided cure.
This is 'a 'purely vegetable compound, Prepared on
strictly Scintilla principles, after the manner of the cele
brated Bolland. Professor, Boethave Its reputation at
home produced its introduction here, the &mat deem-
menciug with those of the Fatherland sttattered over the
face of this mighty country, many of whom brought with
them and handed down the tiaaition of its value. It is
now drered lo,the American public; knotting That its truly
wonderful medicinal virtues must be acknoidedged.
It is particularly recommended to those persons whose
constitutions may have peen impaired by the congruous
11E0 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 qnickening every nerve,
raising up the drooping spirit, and, In fact, infusing now
health and 'Vigor in the sy stem. .
hoever expects to find this a beverage will
be disap; ointed; but to the .sick,:weak 'and low spirited
It will prove a grateful arOmatic cordial, pOssessed of
of singular remedial propertie,.
READ CAREFULLY I.'
The Genuine highly concentrated Dcerlntie'S Holland
Bitters is pet up in half-pint Lottles onlyo.l3d 'retailed at
Oss DOLLAR per bottle, or six bottles for lervE Dom.s.ss.—
The great demand for this truly celebrated Medic* has
induced many Imitations,"which the pubnolliould guard
against purchasing. .
Jr3-Beware of Imposition., fee that our name Is on the
label of every bottle you buy.
Sold by Druggists generally. It can be forwarded by
Express to most points. • • • • :.3
BENJAMIN PAGE, JR. & CO.,
Pharmaceutists, and Chemists.
For sale in the city of Ilarrisburg by D. W. GROSS &.
SAFETY INSURANCE COMPANY
S. E. Corner of Third and Walnut Strum,
MARINE' 'INSURANCES on -Vesselk
Cargo audFreight to all„paGs of the World.
114. LAND INSURANCES on Goods by Rivers, Canals
Lakes and Land Carriages to all garts of the Union.
• tRE IhrSURANCES on klerohan4iize generally, and on
Stores, Dwelling Houses,' dcc. ,
ASSETS .OF .• THE COMPANY;.•November Ist, 1858
November 10, 1858.
The Board of Directors have this'clay dechired . a diaa.
dend of SIX PER CENT. in Cash; on the Capital Stock
and SIX PER CENT, on the Scrip of the Company, pay
able on and after let the proximo.
They have also declared a Scrip Dividend ofTIVENTY
FIVE PER CENT. on the Original Stock, and on the
Earnest Premiums for the year ending October 31 1858,
Certificates. for which will he issued to"theparties en
titled to the same, on and after the first of December.
igir Preamble and Resolution adopted by the Board.
WasitgaS, the increased means of the Company arisinE
Creel Profile, and which will be derived from the In
creased Capital Stock under the late amendments to the
Act of Incorporation, render the further continuance 01
the Guarantee Capital unnecessary, therefore be it—
Resolved, . That the Guarantee Capital be discontinued,
and the Notes representing the mune be delivered up to
the makers thereof; as soouas.the Risks taken dintsllU.
toted embraced in said Notes slikUltan-40,erlitriired,. , .
/-Rl - 61. o Aa
William Martin, -- Jaznei O. /laid; Will aiawyre,Jr.'
Jeeeph - H. Ea e a s i - , Theo. Paulding, James Tennant,
Edmund A. Bauder, Dr. R. M. Huston, J:lLlNTarland,
John 0. Davis, . Hugh Craig, Wm. 0. Ludwig,
Robert Burton, S. Thomas O. Hand,
John R. Penrose, Marie s Kelley, Joshua r. Eyre,
GeorgeG.Leiper, SanittelE. Stokes, Jedob Jones,
Edward Darlington, Henry Sloan, ' J.T.Logan,Pittl
H. Jones Brooke, James !Impair, Morgan, .
I. F. Penistori, B. Semple, • ,
WILLIAM MARTIN, President. ,
THOMAS O. HAND, Vice President. ,
HENRY LYLBURN. eiretary.
The undersigned, as agent for the above Company,t
prepared to makiinsniattees on all deSerlptione of pro
perty on the most liberal terms. "
NEW FIRM. NEW ,GOODS
THE SUBSCRIBERS. having succeeded
ro.the WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERY BOK
'NESS of , Messrs. GROSS tit KUNKEL,' 'at WALNUT,'
STREET WHARF, would' respectfully announce to the
citizens of Harrisburg and vicinity, that they are pre
pared to offer for sale a large:and-complete assortment of
Ropes', m great v ar iety,-
Queensmare, .; : Paints,
Cement,- ;,- • &c:, Oke ,
Our Large SPRING STOCtf;- purchased in Philadelphia'
a nd , New York, and now arriVing;''htiehben iieleated
Iwittrinlitlecarbritdid - wittlfresenrgrent — inducementesto•
close buyers. ,
We intend act:keit) PIRST-CLAS 60D - DW, and WILL
NOT BE . UNDERSOLD, and hope byhonorable dialing,te
merit and receife , a'share 'oflitionige.• ' r
.nutr24-dtf " ' AiItOBINSDif arCO
A . SCHOOL BOOK.-:'OUR 'GOVERN
VENT."—An explanatory statement of the. eye•
tem-oftbe - government of the- country, By M. Ando.,
ney. :With: proper historical..ndtices.— Thai worlygiteil
the construction of ;the Constitution of the 'United Stales.
and those of the .several States, as determined
cial authority or derived troni standal•dAvriters, accord:
log to references. noted. • It: is designed :tor Colleges,
Academies and !Schools, and bes..been.. so. used to a
considerable extent. It is .recommeridea -for this. pur
pose by Jurists, Presidents and Professor s of Colleges.
For gajo, 5441 00, by , IiP.I4IILNNEY, at Harrisburg,
Pe. • :
THE ORIGINAL ..4.ND G.44IIJINE
COM VOUND 4X.TAACT:
S AR SA PA RILLA,
The Or/ at I`c:l;(ve.for of
THE - -13.-E-00").,
THE SOVEHE!GIN EIYY FOR
UPT.I.O.NS' OF "1 Zr;li N
ULCERATED bat - Li S,
AND 'ALL FORili b OF CLJEOU6`
' IDCSEASEE'.. -
These complaints can he speedilv . aute effectually cured
hy the use of this
-S- AT S A P A-11,1 L
Thousands. have experienced .its dalufiry. cella:11;mM:
tens of thousands have witnessed It, until it nes ceased to .
be a (location among the intelligent pnitiOn' dr' the coin
mutiny.. • , ; .
When the Blood becomes lifeless and stagnant, either
froni the eireets of Spring t weather, chatige,:eft Climate
went of exercise, the use of_ ahnithim saline diet, or any
other cause ; this compound Extract of Sarsaparilla, will
tom= the Binon;:barry offAtie putrid huinors,-cemeiais
the srofneterr,, , . , t„,
REGULAIE 40. jV EI I S •
And impart .a Tone ,of. Vigor- to ;the
TO: THE. PUBLIC.
The public are hereby notified that the•hreatidlon
tensively knownue Dr. S. P. Townsend's Compound ;En
!tract of Sarsaparilla', is row manufetufed under my di
rection and supervision, from the original recipe•obtaieed
from Dr. S. P. Townsend; and.d,certify that it is octave;
ed of ingredients PURELY VEGETABLE, and WITHOUT
Mlt CURY; and ale that thetugre'disuis aro•judiclously
,come minded, Bikes do ohtalu,frony, them their, gratcst
medicinal effect; • -• • •• • • • • •••'
• • .JAMES It. CHILTON:M. R; Chemist.
Dr. S. P. TOWNSEND'S COISPOUND EXTRACT or Senna
rittlLLA, has a reputation among all diVilized untionli as
the best prepexation•ihr, • ' •
Renoliating' and Purifyingitho , BLOOD
which science has ever offered to iLtinn.'„lnitlits 'resides
its RECISIAR EXCEL.IXACE and to this is due ita world
It contains all the vegetable principles Which Pxperi
once has proved useful in clearing the SYSTEM. from.
DISEASE, extracted and.combined with tttnitighesitskill
which the refinements of ; niddern cheiiiistry enable as_ to
Whatever may be said by milltifled competitors or
i splenetic physician% the. rant 144 this Modicinels EVERY
WIIERE USED, and that its use creates an increased de
mend, 'abeam conclingively that it poisessis :medicinal
merits of the first order
To avoid imposition it will be necessary to see that
• . „
DR. JAMES A G .CHILTON'S
CERTIFICATE as well as the SIGNATURE of;pr. S,P
Townsend, is on the outside wrapper of each betfle:
BE VERY GABEFUL TB USE': NO - OTHEFI:'
Proprietor'iotdce, No:41 Fulton striet,l4, Y.
And far sale by ever39)ll4EElg in Ibis titTi • !'
LIFE PILLS AND PHOENIX BITTERS.
r HESE 'IV,IEDICINEWhaiTe now been be-.
j, fore the 'public fir' a period of THIRTVIViks; and
during , that limo haiintinaintaint d a high character in al
most.every part of the Globe, for their natritortlinary
and immediate power of ihaalth to per
' eons ' Suffering under nearly every kind: of disease
which the:Miniamframe is liable; .'; • , t'
The fellowing streaming the d i stressing , ariety of bu
man diseases in which the.. ,
EGETA BL FE , MEDICINES
Are well.anown to beinfallible: t.).i at''
DYSPEPSIA, by thoronghly cleanslngtneErst and
second stomailte, and creating a flow of pure :healthy
bile, 'instead of the' stale and acrid' kind ;
LEROY,- Loss of 'Appetite, Horaibitte, tiehakchni Rest ,
lessnoss, 111-TemperpAnalety;lallkuor and Melancholy;
which are the , generaLsymptems of Dyspepsia, will Tad
ish, as " hatnralhonieqeduce cure.
COsTlVENESSi'l;yeleinaliti tho'weore 'length of
theLntestines with a solvent' procees,hnd: Without vio
lence; all_ iolent purges.leavU the bowels costive within
Favklas of all kinds, by restoring the blooda
regular Ciinulation, through the pineesA of respiration
such cases, and the thorough solution of all intestinal
struetion in others. .
The LIFE MEDICINES have been linown., to cure
permanently In - ;U:red . weakelrld
GOUT in half that thrie, , hy removing ions.' hifinfithation
from the.inusales and ligaineut,s.of the joints.. - •
DROPS/ES of all kinds, by freeing_gpst-streuttien,
tug the kidnefa anphitidtr3W.op.eraie" Meet delight
...fulki•emilllrta'''fr'nportitilt eigans; Mid' hence - haVe "ever
been found a certain remedy for: the'. :worst crises: op
GE.&V•, ••v•f- ':f • 1 ,
Also WORMS, disladging from, the timings ; ut
the bowels the reifay - Platter "vrtilq4 these "CiCalltres
adhere. • .• ••••' • - • ' • • • •
•S'IDIURN"I",. ULCERS,; and INVETERATE
SORES, by the perfect,purity which thesaJNEPLIFA)I.-
CIN/Yilye'tO Die;Stied; arid all the
lONS, by their &Iterate effect upilnl thiS" thilds'ithat Sed
the skin, awl A the , morbid state off wylohnoconsioneall
eruptive complaints, soll!ny,,9louq,vp.'othe:rg!,Bl,..grscp :
Tliehise ortheite , Pilh for- fr it'lvery short time will effect
an entire cure of SALT 1111EUfft, and a striking im
provement in the .clearness of the skin. CORDON
COLDS and INFLUENZA will always be cured by
one deserar,by e two,lu jhemorst.cases. l t.-.
was cured of Piles, of 35 y car? standpglqthonse of the
LYRE MEDICINES alone.'
ieilUE.—Eor this , scourge,
Western country, these Medicines will,be found a safe,
speedy; and certain remedy: Other Medicines hitve'itte
system subject to a return oftbe disease+ssarejey these
Medicines is permanent—TßSC THEM, EM SATISFIED,
AND BE CURED.. - . 5.7 +,
BILIOUS yFEVERS., AND ~LIVAR,CIDAI?
It BUSES. OF.. FElaeurs,,the >Medicines haveuticenbuied
with the most beneficial results in cas.es of,this descrig*,
tion lilts' rider fdritigYtelditt
to the mild Yet Pelverfel'acge.nOt th*elltluer}tabreAslgt
Night filweais;Nervous Debility, Nervous Com
Colic, ase,speedily cured,
'MERCURIAL ' DISAASESPerrions Whose'
ompgluilosis have become lintpaired, by the: inicidielown
use of Mercury, .tvillAnd these Medicines a porfect caro,.
as they never fail teedreificate , fratit the'Sysirim;4ll' the'
effects or" Mercury, bitinitelys,opuerAtutti theLpiestpower-1
,flu preparation's of ssisiparilli.
- Prep - tared and sold,by: 11E. iW.IBAIIKOEVAT, 1 1 . c
. - 835 Pro,eowitY,PleWilterk..,„i
Yorsale by ill - Druggists:' ' - • -020-datily
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articles, wt3,lqp.oyittlat;w,e beltea aaltlAhap car ficom
'onbpidte t6llet stett - arilily
B 4 1 111 .0tctleei; , :iall
ii-lb oat to ealt) 1,111 Mu'.
on baud a FRESH stocitof Drugs, Medicines,
Chemicals, &e:, , .dokakelait'ai oaf = ieceivine'alinisViltiili
additions thereto. —• 21^ 5 V11. 44 / 4,8
ltxti,El4 - DRug ADID CY 8
11 I ...4 , :stra wit if° 9/16firktitattae
Eep6 Two Wars East of Fourth lit., South Side.
LO :1) FOOD.
The attention of Inirailds, Physicians, Clergymen., Sci
entific. men, and' the 'philiclgenerallr, is' respectfully
;elicited to the merits of this chemical preparsh. n, con
taining Iron,Sullibut and Phogphoiug; and whisk
is identical .a its composite]] crittr - thcrifemaiis Mande,
or red blood. In all disea,ed accuMpAhted with
pale cuunten..ii en and 'nervous del atit Lii.ent, analysis of
~the blood ziotfl a deficiency of the red globules. Ruddy
complexion and it rosy tint of the Skill, is always indica
thre,of health whilew a like skin end counte
nance,—which evinces a deficiency of the red globules,—
accompanieen diseased organism: Preparations of Iron
have been given lor the purpose of supplying the red
.globules, but we ciintend this Iron* alone, Sniti+ur
alOne,ior Yhosphoius alone,,will not meet the deft
diency.m every case, but that ajudiciou combination of
+Au these elements - Is necessary to restore the blood tolta
normal standard. Thit point, jiiever befo - e attained, has
been reached in the Blood Food, 4 /td. Its discovery
Lafta, ottani the moot scientific and important of the
Ago.. eltefAs in
0011814110.011.! : :
..ere.to soften the cough,. Pince the nerves, strengthen
the system, allay the prostrating night sweats, increase
thopnysical and nientalnilergyi enrich the bleed by re
storing the lacking rod globules, : ixicrease the appetite,,
"restore thou ceder, end 'clothe the skeleton frame' with
nests: aSheiDoodi Foot ',will- he found.a specific in.all
Chi °nit; Diseases of thelfirnielk. or Plangs r such
as Asthma, Bronchitis, - Cliughe, - Sie. speakers and
iingers will find it of great. (utility- in clearing and
strengthening the v,c ds. In Dyspepsia,,Liner
• Ctitripfaints, Dropty,Epikpiy, Paralysis, .!crblida; Gmvel,
St. Vitis' Liarice, ' , ever and f,yue, , its efficacy is
marked and Instantaneous. In no duos of distase,.how
ever," are' thel)enetleial effects of this remedy so con
spicuous as in those harrassing
to which:the , gentler: sea, are liable, and whichteud to
wards, Consumption,, such as suppiess• d or oitlicult
"Wenatittation; - Green - Sickness, Whites, tce , espetially
when these complaints are accompanied with priteniss,
a'rfaigy hue or pallor ci the skin, impression of spirits,
dChility,laipitation t i Want of appe tile, and nervous prciS
nation have the utmost confidence in recomureud,
lug thditicioil rand to all who May be conscious of it .
lees ~ or. vitality - or energy, and id those whose mental or
bodily, powers are prostrated through over-use,.either or
thd mind or body, and we deein itbur duty. to :ay 'Mut
iu all,casesof Weakness and Emaciation, and, in all dls•
ease's of the Kidneys Bladder, this preparation lilts a claim
upon the attar:Mon of sufferers widen cannot be over es
timated. A faithful trial wiltbe found the mostuouvinc
-tug proof iu regard to itsufficady that could beaSked for.
With, the Shama remarks,' and .with the numerous testi
monials, we' have in .its-favor, we. °ger the Allood
F4od" to the, cobsideration ofthaaftlicted,lmOwilig that
it will thl'aFlinqiiledged 'as pre-ehiineut over all other
"proparatteire, patent Mr.oillcialvin point of usefulnels..i- -
iircularsliving the., Theory, upon which this remedy is
.founded, also .certificates rt. roma:rash:fa cures,
,wten We forward th e 'BI ood ' Food
to aid part'OrilieTtnited States 'or Oanadas upon receipt
oC Priee-41 per. bulls, $9 for six bottles.: Be careful in
all cases ,to !lay° none ,but
. t,list.,,hariog our fac simile
,signiture upon the wrapper. Toms other is geiiiiine;
, Prepared only by CIIUKCI4I. & - DU.PutNlp; - •
• No. 409 Broadway, New-Yoik.
And .by all respectable Druggists. throughout the
For sale 'by C. A. Boatman, So e agebt, Harrisburg
Pa. feb43.dewly-rd aplO-rdau2
STOOD THE TEST.OF 1 1 . EARS,
AHD GROWS MORE AND MORE POPULAR
Anil testimonials, new, and almost without number,
might'infigiven from ladies 'and gentlemen. in all grades
:di society, whose united testimony none could resist, that
Prof. Wood's Hair Restorative resforia the bald and
gray, and preserve thelair ef theyeuth to old ago, MAD
its youthful beauty. . . ;
BATTLE. CREEK, Mich.; Dee. 21, 18501
pair. Wean : Thee wilt please accept a line to inform
theathitt ' the hair on my head all fell allover twenty
years ago, caused by a. complicated chronic disease, at- :
tended- wit#, an eruption on the. head.. A continual course
Miffeting through life having.educed me to a state of
dependence, Itaidng. not been 'able to obtlin•stuff for
caps, neither.' have I been able to GOVICEO up, in,conse
quence.cd which my,head hti'S syMd•-• d eitromaiy. from
cold., This I educed me. to joy Briggs& Hodges almost
the last tent I had on earth" for a to u &Var bottle of thy
Halt Restorative about the first of A eguA Last. I- have
faithfully followed the directions and toe bald spot isnot ,
covered with hair thick and black, awash short; it is al•
so coming in all over my head.. Feeling cOnlldellt , that
another large bottle would restore it entirely and per.-
intinently, I feel anxious to persevere in its use, and-be:
ing destitgte of, means, le purchase more, I: would.ask•
then if; thee wouldst not be.willing to, send me au order .
on thine agents for a bottle, and receive to thy Self the
scripture declaration— , .'the reward is to those that are
kiiitlM the Widow tnid,retherlem.tt— •- - '
it irlend .. SUSANNAH HIRSY.
LIGONIER, Noble, Co., Indiana Feb. sth, 1859.
1 PROF. 0. J. Wow): Dear Sic :--In the latter part of the
year 1852, while attendliag"the State and National Law
School-MA . lle Ruttii ot NeW Yoirk,my, hair, ,cram ,a came
unknown to me, commenced falling off very rapidly, so
that in the short space of 'six months, the whole upper
part ; fmy scalp was almost entirely bersilof its cover
ing; ilifd inneh of the remaining : portion upon the; side
and back partici( my head shortl after became gray,.so.
that you will not be surprised when I tell yam that upon
my return' to the State of Indiana, niy mole'easual ac
quaintanceswerei not so -much , at a loss to. discover the
cause of the change in.my appearance, as my more
mate a"oquaititances were-to reccignize me at all. -• • •
lat once,made applicatiom to the most, skillful physi
clans in - the Country, tint, receiving no isierance from
thenalhatmly bah-could again be restored, lwas,forced
to become,reconciled to-my fate, until, fortunately, in the
lifter Vert or'llin'year'lgs7; yboor 'Restorative was re
commended to me by aLifr,uggist, as being the Most re
liable Hair Restorktive, in use. I tried one bottle, and.
l f)ulid l tO my great satisfaction that it was producing the
desired effect .- 'Skive that time, I have used seven dol
lain''worth id' your Restorative,. and as a result; bays`.
'rich' coat cf "very soft black , holy, which no money can
.aatimark °frog gintitude far yeti labneithli f skili• hi •
the, .produatiOn• • of soawonderfut an- article, 1.•-have
•commendedlts use to many of my, friends and aegualot
4nsids,-wlio, Inin,liaPpy teitilliimayou; are uaing-it
like effect. ; ..• yery ; respectiully, yours, .... •
• A. ID - LATTA,
• ' Attorney and Counielloebh
:,13.eglot,,44.4iBroadway, and soidby, all dealers through
oiat'tb.e world? •
Losf,Resteratiyeis •litutep in bottles ottbree sizes, viz:
large, medium and small ; the small holds y s ' a pint, and:
refailteliF tai P iter - bottle '-;- the oniedinin hold
, leasttmentrger:cent.more in proportion than thenmal4
aria" retails TorWo'dollain per bottle ; OM' Mike holds`
q4O per cent. more topropoiliuni : aniLretails fOr'9B . •
; FPO CO„ yroprtetors, ,444Ilrosnytity r /flrr,
Yailkeand - ilt Iditkekstreet,l3t. - • ' • '
Alligi.xd r..oryggisks Funny Ooods
)':1111 p ct .
.. . .
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0 ECONOMY ` !`
, • • t•v? • 11,
' • • t,• -t, f' "
a'.: ` ~
... 4 CAtOler l 4o ,l l o ;oo ,2 l";eetnin:toell-regraalealfastities•
Nis very desirable to liaire'some cheap and convenient
way forrepairinkFurniture, Toys, Crockery, &c.
, meets all Stich emergencies, and no - householA-pap fdfo.O .
',tiihe'zivith'dlit WI Ills always 1 1 6,0 find 'np'to Ole gliele:
log pipt,,,khge,4B no longer a nsceshllx,for 'hoping
chairs, sPlintet ad' veneers, beadles toys and hrogen
n orndles. dtSlEb.just the a rticle -fOr corimiabelllandvth"44
. aki oynr a,tit rnen m lal FV ? r,poyalar of,rflhp 1 1 1 3nt .
espy held in solution, and possessing all the 'pati o s of
Ql I ffeaTrAnollage, being.vaally,moreAdhpsixt., '
ami' toust. , Y"
• I . Noitn.—vi tins` ltaeollskpanieslealtlibettlei-4ice.2stlSYY,
Wholesale Depot, No. 48 Cedarskeet New York,
. • , Box. No. 3 600 New York
• =" •„,
up ituDealer" s 4n caseatontainingTour,Eigbtand
Tyyetr., Dozen--a bwitiftl LitbogrttilifF,A49vi.orl .
eaCh l Okekage: " —••
)101 . 74 PW.gbit bingo of eI'ALDIWS iPREBABED GLUE.
sill saxdtenAitocs its coat annuapy to every hQ4ehold.F
bold by rirdminent ,
'all 4,o F uTtl-j u e e rl a n e tVcZ e l i cl d -TA Y r
PREPAIIAD GLur.).:wlien pp *lll-
134.9?,4 ±AIY ... • • ... gebl7.
--. • . .
F ALL IM-4:0-16T.A.13.14 KZES3,44UPASi
pTYLE:AN,D Rl:taut/Es on hand,and truppract.tir,
An experienced Nurse and Female Physicom, preseuts to
the attention of mothers h r
For Children .T= ething.
which greatly facilitates. tbe limes• of teething, by soft
ening the.gum s, reducing all inflammation—will allay ALL
PAIN, and spasm:olo action, and is - •
_ SURE TO -REGULATE. THE BOWELS.
Depend upon it, mothers it wilt give rest to yourselves
AND. RELIEF AND 'HEALTH TO YOUR INFANTS.
We have put up and sold this article for over ten'
years, and CAN say, IN CONFIDENCE AND TRUTH; what We
have never been able to say' or any other medicine—
NEVER HAS •IT FAILED; IN-A:SLVOLThINSTANCE TO
EFFECS A CURE, when timely used.
_Never .did, we,
know ihatinceuf dissatisfaellOn any' bun who heed'
It. Cm the: contrary, all are delighted with its !Opera'
lions, add speak in terms of highest, commendation of
its magifial effects and Medical virtue:3,We sPeak
this; matter . I, wner wi DO ICTOW,
• MIST tenycfars'.expe
rience, AND MMUS OUR REPUTATION FOR TEI FULFILMENT
OF WHAT WN MINN MICIAIIN.,III almost every Instance
where the-infant is suffering from pain and exhaustion, re
lief will he found In fifteen or twenty - minutes after the'
syrup is administered. . •
This Valuable preparation is the prescripton of one,
:Ai the -- most EXPERIENCED and SKILLFUL NURSES in
New England,. an
,d has been used with NITER FAILING,
EILICCNie is_ .
THOUSANDS OF CASFS
It not , only relieves the child from pain, but invig
orates' the stomach and bowels, corrects acidity, and
gives tone and energy to the whole system. it Rill al
- instantly relieve
' GRIPING IN Tung BOWELS, AND WIND COLIC,
and 'overCome convulsions, which .if not speedily remit-.
• Med, end, in death. We believe it the sass and MUST
iteinsiv..ncvni 'loath, in all cases of DYSENTERY AND
DIARItIiCiA IN CHILDREN, whether it arises from,
, teething or grow any other cause. We would, 84 to
every MPtlier who has a'cbild stifferlug from any of the'
foregoing. tifimplaMM—r:rio. , :ttoT tar. COOK NUMPICI:fI, Item
'rue reivx picas on. °MIMS, Mind. betwden you•atid your
sollerine child and the relief that Wifflie SURE--yoes.,.Aß
syLuTr.t.y. 3uitE 7 4lo - roucpw the use 'of this Medicine,
71 . 1 UT, still d.ret Woos for ineing wdraccompanyt.
earl, boll, Nee ..geiraille colors the fameimilo oil
CL`I II , s, Nov % rk,ia suilic outside vermmor.,
soli; r hts throughout th'e werla
riucioti (Alive No: 13 Cedar St.; New York.
Price only 25 Cents -per'Botile... .
oir:F. or Sale •Ilaciisberg by ts. & CO., No
19 Burke. street, 3. - .lietriin Luta, No. 22 Miirketxdteet,C.
K. KelieF, No. 331. ;latlcakittvet, below Fourth. Rocha., W.
111 iles, 126 Market street. .-
oieWly " " '
ANNIHILATING - • POWDER;
..• 'Ts THE ONLY
- - - „LIENOWS and - best
I.We :to eaterthinate Bosch-.
-es Bea Bugs , mita Moths
T. - Flute ,gai den W antis,
Vino Bugs, &c. , -Ir CON
_ 'TAINS Nu COLSON.
are sure -death .t RATS
iii / / ' and .4110 E:
Mr. SCHWERIN received Certificates from President
of Girard College, iirectors of House of , Refuge, Pennsyl.
vania,Hospital, and, other prominent Public institutions n
S. Jail, Washingtim; 11..0., and
Charity Bospitali New Orleans, Ea. •
The original certificates can be seen at the .Wholeiale
and - Retail Depot, 124 North Second' street,-Pniladelphia,
and for sale in llarriabnrg..by,Cbarles sA. Bannvart, D.
W. Gross .1z Co., W. Riley .and C. K. Keller, and by
all - DritggistentiarGrocere everywhere:. . .
Beware of Spurious Ind ations.„ remember to ask for
`SCHWERIN'S Annihilating • ' -
None Genuine unless signed- - -
'I-I -Ai M: S: /..t- .H A.. M.-8,1 .LI
NEWBOLD'S CELEBRATED :
XTRA SUGAR, CURED (covered.),, , • .
IXTR'A SUGARtURED (uncovered.) ' '
eLAIX • HAMS.:. - '
EXTRA SUGAR LURED SMOULDER'S.
EXTRA SUGAR CURED DRIED BEEF.
EXTRA 4, 44 4, 44 (covered..)
Jiist received a large invoice' of the above, whiebwe
offend unusually low prices. . •
• Will. DOCE..JR., & CO.,
DRUGS AND CHEMICIT,S.
DRUGS AND CHEMICALS.
DRUGS AND CHEMICALS.
Patent Medicines. , " Family Medicines.
Patent Medicines:. Fa mily' Medicines.
Patent Medicines. =Family Medicines.
Trusses, Supporters, Shoulder *seeks
Trusses, Supporters, Shoulder Brace r s.
Tiusies; Supporters, Sluitilher
PEBFUEIRRY. ' ;
I , PEAFITMERy.
PAIVeY AND TOILET ARTICLEs.
FANCY AND , NOTLETARLICLES.
FANCY' AND TOILET ARTICLES.
_ _ _
PRIME.. HAVANA CIGABBi.;TORACQO;
PRIME -HAVANA •CIGARS; TOBACCO. ,
PRIMA HAVANA,TOBSCP,O I
We ta - SaY the very best ` or every`
Thing kraut. lincaiandagMayi have a good • assortmOn6l9)
customers may eboose. And sellin(k
fairprices vie do command a-fair shire of idrosige:-' , • !
K. RELLEE'S.DRUG STORE,
119. 91 Market 'Area.
SOUND POLITICAL PRINDIPLES.—The
ConstifiltiOnal Provisions, firlPrinciples of (levers—
naenbiio reference to theipolitical topics oflbo Ittnes.lare
stated and Rif:deiced, from„ authorallas aqg correct
sources, inilliiiniey's “LiCIR 'GOVERNMENT' or COM.:
EMOTIONAL MANUAL. For sale at $1.00: by Mad'..
KINNEY, it Harrisburg, Pa. • 5029
ponswillyiprl, OF THE - UNITO.
fglic a to be read audhnder•
stead the peopro: Acknowledge of civil institu
bona,. the only ground or true patriotism, is , essential to
the:r prereriratiori and proper - residts; An explanation
of the proybkions Of the. Constitution, and of our system
Of Government, as founded on Judicialiuttiority arid de.
rived front standard authers,4s.given, iA a form adapted'
to common luse..„lo,Gie :work- entitled "OUR, GOVERN
MENT, and CoNSTITITITONAL MANUAL," by. M. K'.
Kinney. For sale,
.09Aly,bira, at Harrisburg, and
at the bookstbies genegaily„:l 8029
NEW - INA,lttifsil:
ii4o. now OPen, - e.laigO;'aiiiiriinent of ifOtftbilild
arid BECOND MOURNING - • •
" • • cauhius; , ' •
BEBE rEs r• • '
.thitzfrOE:gßerlimP t s'
Allgitheligoads desh l able for i Fall and Virinteioireiv • •
rJz,; ; „ :, J:Noul.4 Marketogiuttre; l
asiZ . 144ixiiibirrEalah
AgEtIMG , -- 'ol4'r "AT: COAT - 'TO
CLOSE, THE 'BVSINESA
SING" tlesiroas~to' the : ' WALL
hitaliiessCin which Lam : now partially
geeetl erjl all the slept I have ourpettll 4tk,celin
vaT Papa. wfWito
IlitellTbi.e4 ll !hk gee/la-4,1 1,13 ,
.521..,Idarltet, street ,
-at W 144 ;IL. -AIME% i
E NITE R JOEB B
forivdiva, Aim 'now zzeinagra 4 ;
Aionp, at allort
kj notice:fa getiefityld! aid On iiilioOnibialii4Aki"
th- JITSO S I II liRODIVED6
LA'N/0 T INa IrSO T OF imulas:gi
' EXTRA' PINE
NEWTON'S tormerfy isagleY
kfiinannfaciuro, ivariaute 461541114 , 1)4v lif.niat ow,
pmst, .poplted, most dpra.Ke fan& as cheap
n 'sago, , with a. • varinty- or dold'anit
Caseaof ': V al:/ " B S ize k itud .briaaaott , fs Lan
A E O4.PWI SC A? BCK triN . SetlOßEle, P 451_7711741.
• li*Prr 'BRANDY! .
Wela PRMERVINO,a very -
Litowthilikiekvardesitiolov6bi,,; v d
Aim - rellanfous
AROMATIC - INVIGORATING SPIRIT.
i'hirreakine has - lief sett bit l itadit for sin' years.
with. increaristp-faror. It is recommended to Oise
porgAre,'F.,4ss, .11 urt-Bui*, Cbtic f'ains,
Wind in SeStomach, or lii ha in the Bowe
Headache; Drowsiness, _Kidney amt
plaints, Low Spirits . D brittle'
• ILIIILAIIO, XXBRARLIRO, •••
WILL ROI IntOxiumn OR ~tt
AS A. MEDICINE it is quick rid - eliectu
-0., curing themost aggravatingcase o bysfaTehii
idney Complaints, and. all other derail; h . mit in the
Stomach and Elaisets, in a speedy manner
It will instantly revive -' the 'idtlitit u.ela c iy au
drooping spiritsend restore him steak., Le: vous d si.-
c ly to health, strength and vigor.
Persons who, from tile injnelioieus use of liquors, have
become dejected, and their nervous, eysteiy shattered,
constitutions hroken down,And 'au hjeet to' that horrible
curse to humanity, the DEURIL'7III TRIM. as, will, almost
immediately, feel the saki) , 'and healthy invigorating
`efficacy of hr. Ram's Invigorating Spirit.
' - -
WHAT IT. WILL DO.
' l'oSs.—One wine glassTuil ai often as necessary
One ilose willi'emot e all-Bid Spirits. -,- -
, One ilose yip-sure .Heart-burm _. • '
'flirt 6 - Wo'4s Will - eh - re ilidigostien.: :
• One dose will give you a Good Appetite. -
• tine -dose will stop the distressing pains of 1.. s spet sta.
-,..- One - dtme•will remdre the distressingend ill ogreeabie
effeew:r3l.Wittd of. FlatulenCe; and as soon as the stoautsub
'receives the Ins igorating Spirit, the. distressing load and
all painful feelings willhe removed, - - - -
Oust dose whirs:novo the most distrtmsiug Latins 0: i 011.-,,
..iiither in ihifstemach or bowels'. - ' '
A few doses Wilt remove all obstructions in the rii.iuey,
Bbsditer.or urinary Organs. ..... - ..
Persons who are seriously af fl icted with :shy Kidney
Complaints are assured speedy:relief by-a dose o two,
and a radical cure by the use of one or two bottles.
to _ • t.'... 1, - . .. • . .. .
Pinions who, from dissipating too nisch overnight. and
fuel the evil-effects el poisonous liquers;:iti violem h , •ea
aches, sickness at stomach, weakness, giddiness, ate.,
will_tied one dose-Wilt remove all had leelings.
- Ladies of weds:laid sickly consul:aborts, should take the
Invigorating Spirit three times a day lit will. make them
strong, healthy and happy, remove all ibsti evtiei s :out
'inept tarilies trolls the menstrual organs, and ri, tv•re the
'bloom of e:fhbald beady to the cutest ore f ‘,..-
, ;Dunes pregttootty :t a ill be leund au mvaloaid. niedi -
chic to remove . disagreekbh • telisations e i the ~:ouittch.
' A il ilia propri etor asks is a trill, and to ludo' 0 this, he
has pot up the:lnvigorating Spirit in lint t:.itle,, at 5o
bentsi;luarts 11 ' ' •
GAtioral Depot, hihWatet Street, li.'Y 7 • •
iCholesale Agent, i'liiitidelhhia .0. 'MIT. .5.: CM iota
'for , sili la Harrisburg by C. A. inalinvart, li. W. grins ai
CO. and C. K. Keller, and by all Druggists everywhere..
FAIL AM) WINTER CLOTHING
: GRANVILLE STOKES' ,
ONE :PRICE GIFT
CEDTITING-g - mPonium
No. 607 CHWATUZSTREET.
A superb stock of firm French, English sand American
For City and Ceittitry- trade, With antulappioachable as
aotttnent of READY ELADE - elCriniNG at the lowest cash
ARP-But ONE PRICE is asked, an ,a OIFT.of intrimdc
worth and use presented each article sold.
Partkular attention paid to the Customer department,
and 'garments inadelinitienete order to an'y address.'
, In .Inaugurating this neW *stem nf doing business,
'GRANVILLE STOKES would impress on the minds of
the patrons of his establishment, that the cost of the gift
is deducted from, and-xer added to the price of the arti
cle sold. His immensely increasing salei enabling him
to actlthuiliberally, and at-thernemodiime to reelise a
all articles guaranteed to give entireO tkM.
13 - RmiI s IVITZESTO - ICES' r
O.N E.P RIG-E M
607 CHES . TYO STRE.T.
COAL OILI COAL OIL!! COAL OIL! !I
COAL OIL I COAL OIL I! COAL OIL !
COAL OILI -COAL OIL! I COAL OIL! ! !
COAL_OILI.COALIOILI I COAL OIL I 1 !
`COAL-OIL LAMPSII CO.AL , OIL LAMPS !
COAL L OILLAMPS:. 'COAL OIL L.:4MPS;i
COAL OIL LAMPS! COAL OIL:LAMPS!!
COAL OIL L.A.arrs?ctaz, OIL LAMPS! !
Slater, BrOcket,ilßiligitig`aid Side Lardpil I I I
Band,:iStand, Bracket, flanging ard, Eide ' , Letups I I I
Rand, Stand, Bracket, Banging and Side Lamps I I I
Band, Stank Bracket,‘ Banging and Side Lampe I I
. .Beautiful and Very Cheitpl
.Beautiful: and _Very Cheap!_
Beautiful and Very Cheap !
Beautiful and, Very Cheap ! .
lamps changed to him Coat oil,' All the Coal Oil and
I;amps: told by us are warranted to give -entire satisfac
,Please eall and see them.
- • ' D. 'W. CROSS & CO ,
Wlkolesaltrand Retail Draggle.* 19 Market Str• et
N . •
VAMILY., DRUG STORE.
pRE UNDERSIGNED .IRS OPENED
. a Wkolevel, and Retail I:rugnnd Prescription fdoro,
la the Iron Front Belleing; ltdi Market 'street, lately
Seculded.byAir. Eby, %value :can be found an. enti renew
stock of Fresh and Pure Drags, Perfumery, S
01.4't0AL ' on; LAMPS, Burning Add,. Ale a hot: Patent
Iffenkfwes, • Stationery,. Fancy, Articles, Ste..; dm. , We
have the agency for ,the sale of Celebrated Arti
ficial Teeth; to 'Ada sta . ti 'would invite the attention of
`By attentiOti busihess, 'and desire to 'please,
we resPectrialx ask:a:R.hare 01 FON) Patronag e.
G. W. .10L ES.
wiravana-Segars. and Tobacco conitantly
FRANZ T - TitoMrtralEt.A.Y.
it • •
• . uccessor tn. t 2 ,
LIVE114:11;EX - CH'Oliti )
HAirnsiGi'piiralaased the interest ''` of J.
44.4Delds eatablikkzeart, and. inade large
achlitionato:the steelc,, the .oxideraiped is prepared to
accommodate theenblld with Surinam Roane for Paddle
or carriagellerposet,and with trrery variety, of VEXIICLES
of the latest and ttost, approved. styles, on. rotuw?natile
at PARTIES will Abe sect:on:iodated with Otohl
buseS atihort notice . '
CARRIAGFS AND ORNIBUSffiSSOR FUNERAL OCCA
SIONS will be foraishelorcepkoanied by , careful and
invileelawinspeetioir of his.Steekoellefieal that it Is
fully coual to that of any other establishment ef, the kind
iti town: r h; ' TIVAITVA.• 141:11tRAY.
, ! .
- tuaersi nd a kwaseh-ot l "LIVERY
andlfnifife,-e his - •
EnffiIiNGSATAW.B,, , , , in the lanildhms lately oceu
led by A. 1% Barr, street Opposite the Bethel,
blt.ieftiEilaiptepared 16 - actotrtm - ollate the Public with ollM and 1 4.111CU50.1-ollairoce, On raw-matte terms
• ~ :stook 4a-largewne- varied,. and will re "fottoneull itself
fa-dtf-rd flal 'CAANIDAZ. URSA V
BANKING, (1 STOOK;-L* , BlEili AND
-- J• COLLEO'DION•OFFIOE,
0 0A th . 8 01 6 444, Xri r riOns
BORG , AND , STOOK& lOW
.:3N ori,oooilii,crak ir kuid s
' 30 Shikretta Harriginfit lkidge•Company.
70 it ;"
sep4 " • " Bank. -
DRIED PARED- i'IACOS,.
4 Just Received.byd . •
0024, WAL )1 1. 84 ' C°
tRA: - S G C-tf REO2II A MS
s i+ • ;•-• • • For Ale by'
•-• • • • I
Ir• 13901C.m. & co.