Newspaper Page Text
Friday Afternoon, November 23, 1860.
"The First Fruits."
In an artiele under the above caption,
our neighbor of the Patriot and Union at
tributes the present condition of affairs in
the South, and the tightness of the money
market in both sections, to the election of
Lincoln. This is all gammon. The
"panic" attempted to be raised now was
brought about by just such northern jour
nals as the Patriot and Union, the New
York Herald, the Pennsylvanian, and
others of the same stripe. These papers
have been howling over the election of
Lincoln ever; since the freemen of the
North expressed their sentiments in No
vember, last, and whine like whipped
children because their fat Government
jobs are about to be taken away from
them. The truth is, and it cannot be dis
guised, that the demagogues who control
northern Democratic papers are the real
instigators of disunion. As a cotempora
ry justly remarks, these journals never
make a statement which 'is not either di
rectly or indirectly a libel upon a great
and powerful body of northern voters,
composing a majority of its most intelli
gent, calm-thinking and conservative citi
zens. These false and malicious statements
are eagerly copied by southern Democratic
journals, and read by southern people,
and thus they contract the prejudices and
hostile feelings towards the North, which
we find so general in that section. These
northern incendiary sheets are eternally
warning the South of impending ruin in
case of the success of the Republican
party, and that its object is to wage a war
of extermination against their rights and
institutions. The millions of respectable
and law abiding men - who constitute a
party which is no more radical on the
slavery question than the old Whig party,
and which has elected a President who
treads in the footstepi of the gallant old
leader of that glorious old party, are inva
riably and constantly denounced as "Black
Republicans," "Abolitionists," "Nigger
Stealers," "Negro Equality Men," and
so on ; and thus the seeds of sectional ani
mosity and civil discord are sown. We
have too good an opinion of the masses of
the conservative people of the South, to
-BUDDOUI that if. they eorreettvundemdmi
the policy and purposes of the .ttepunn
can party, any serious cause of dissatisfac
tion would exist in consequence of the
election of a Republican President; but
not even a glimpse of the truth is allowed
to reach them through these Democratic
journals. They not only falsify and dis
tort northern opinions themselves, but will
not contradict the grossest and most mis
chievous falsehoods on the part of their.
THE GOVERNOR OF ALABAMA has
written a letter upon the subject of calling
a convention of the people. He regrets
that he cannot construe the law as em
powering him to call the convention im
mediately. He will await the election of
Lincoln by the Electoral College, and will
then issue his proclamation ordering the
election for delegates to the convention
to take place. The convention will be
called to meet on the 7th of January.--
The Governor urges the selection of can
didates at once, with full assurance that
the convention will be called. He advises
the separate secession of Alabama.
GOVERNOR MAGOITIN, of Kentucky,
has written a strong letter in opposition
to the scheme of the secessionists. He
regards the election of Lincoln as no
cause for "secession or rebellion," and
alludes to the alleged wrongs sustained
by the South at the hands of the North.
Yet ho says he is opposed to secession.
The Governor is evidently reluctant to
take this position, and only yields his own
personal sentiments to the overwhelming
anti-secession sentiment of his State.
THE MURDER TRIAL.—The lengthy
report, of the murder trial now in progress,
occupies our columns to-day to the exclu
sionof our usual quantity of political and
miscellaneous matter. The trial excites
considerable interest in this community,
the Court room being constantly thronged
with people anxious to hear the evidence.
The testimony for the defence will proba
bly be closed this evening.
Tim HON. Annmum( Lipp:fowl, Presi
dent elect of these United States, left his
home at Springfield, on Wednesday morn
ing, accompanied by his family and several
friehda, for the purpose of meeting Mr.
Hamlin, the Vice President elect, at Chi
cago. Along the route Mr. Lincoln was
greeted - with great enthusiasm, and in
several places he was obliged to make ,
short speeches in aoknowledgment.
THE VOTE ON ENSLAVING FREE NEENOIN /N
MARYLAND.—The following is the full vote in
Maryland on the proposition submitted to the
people of that State, to enslave free negroes :
VOTE ON THE NEGRO ACT
Queen Anne's county
St. Mary's county...
Wore stet county...
Total 2,815 12,933
There seems to be a disposition to leave the
free negroes as they are. The vote of New
York is overwhelmingly against giving them
the right of suffrage, free of property qualifi
cation, and the vote of Maryland is as strong
against enslaving those of the race who are
METHODISTS TURNING TO EPISCOPALIANISM.-
On the 29th ultimo the Independent Methodist
Society of Sehon Chapel, in Louisville Ey.,
came in a body into the Episcopal Church,
transferring to that church all the property
previously held by the congregation. That
property consists of a very handsome church
building, capable of holding four or five hun
dred persons, with school rooms ; situated in
the heart of the city, and worth not less than
$24,000. The members associated themselves
as a parish of the Protestant Episcopal Church,
under the name of Calvary Church. To enable
the new parish to start free of embarrassment
the Episcopalians of Louisville stepped forward
and in two days raised $8,500, the balance of
debt remaining. The New York Churchman
comments upon the event as a hopeful indica
AN INCIDENT OF LIFE IN THE GOLD REGIONS.
Among the deep defiles of the Rocky Moun
tains, lately a small company of men stood
mound the new made grave of a dead compan
ion. With heads uncovered they listened at
tsntively to the words of the preacher as he
offered up a prayer. While in the midst of it
one of the company discovered " the color" in
the earth at his feet thrown up to make room
for the remains of the deceased. In a loud
whisper he communicated the rather exciting
intelligence to his companion. All heard it,
even the clergyman, who, suspending his
prayer, opened his eyes to see his auditory
scatter in every direction to stake off gold
claims. Calling in a loud voice to them to
stake him off a " claim," he reclosed his eyes,
hastily concluded his prayer, and started off on
a run to join his fellows in securing a claim.
WIDE-AWAICH INOIDENT.-THE WIDOW'S Min.
During the march of the Wide. Awakes at Sene
ca Falls, N. Y., on Wednesday evening, the Au
burn Union says that they passed many houses
beautifully and some of them georgeonsly il
luminated. Upon arriving- in front of these,
the companies would halt and give the occu
pants three cheers. While passing through one
of the hack streets, they came to a small one
story frame house, with no windows, and seem
ingly dark and untenanted, but just as they
had fairly arrived in . front of it, the door was
thrown open and there was seen an old woman
standing beside a stone, upon which was placed
four burning tallow candle). The whole line
of Wide Awakes seemed electrified by this de
monstration, and six loud and hearty cheers
were given. It was in truth the widow's mite.
War. R. YANOLY.—This man seems ambitious
of going down to posterity with the infamy
hanging about his name of having possessed
the power of dismembering. the confederacy.—
Should he succeed, we have no dM rh im is m
'rartiiitiit.than VI - Alp:led by Milton to either
Moloch or Belial. The only parallel we know
for his wild, fiery course, is found amid that
hell-brood of spirits conjured up by Byron's
imagination, in Manfred, and who is made to
4 il am the rider of the wind,
The stirrer of the strong ;
The cloud I left behind
Is yet with lightning warm."
THE ROMANCE OP RASCALITY.—Five of a band
of ten thieves have been arrested in New York,
who are regularly enrolled and banded together
for, stealing. They have a written constitution
and by-laws, and a set of rules defining each
man's duties and privileges, and the obligations
of each towards the other. A number of well
planned written schemes for committing lar
cenies were found in their rendezvous. One of
their favorite plans was for two of the party to
go round to houses with furniture polish for
sale, and exhibit its qualities by operating up
on some article of furniture. In this way they
gained an intimate acquaintance with the in
terior of houses.
I ‘l3EArts" nt THE SLAVE MAIIRET. —The
Raleigh (N. C.) "Standard" throws out sugges
tions that the grand object of those who are
now creating such a turmoil in the cotton
States is not to produce secession, either now
or after Mr. Lincoln 'a inauguration, but to
create a panic among slaveholders of the bor
der States, so that they may be induced to part
with their negroes at a great sacrifice. Under
these circumstances the "Standard" advises
its readers to hold on to that species of property,
as the value, which has lately been somewhat
depressed, will soon recover its former height.
THE YOUNG LADIES in Mount Holyoke (Mass.)
Female Seminary at South Hadley, exteropo
rised a Wide Awake display on hearing of Mr.
Lincoln's election. About 350 of them pro.
vided themselves with lamps and marched
through the entire building, from the base
ment to the fourth story. About thirty, who
were supporters of Mr. Douglas, did all they
could to blow out the lamps, but without ef
fect. Next day, these disappointed ones ap
peared at the table dressed in deep mourning,
to signify their grief at the "Little Giant's"
Joan WEsLay's Tenn.—That well known
building in London, the City Road Chapel, the
first house of worship built by the Rev. John
Wesley, stands upon leased ground, obtained
from the corporation of London, eighty-three
years ago, and the lease for which will soon ex
pire. The trustees of the church are making
exertions to, purchase the fee. This they are
the more anxious to accomplish, as the ground
contains the remains of the founder of Meth
odism, and many of his co-laborers and succes
WHAT Hs THINKS or IT. —The following is
Garibaldi's opinion of Popery :—"ln the midst
of Italy, at its very heart, there is a cancer
called Popery—an imposture called Popery.
We have still a formidable enemy, more formid
able because it exists among the ignorant
classes, where it rules by falsehood ; because it
is sacrilegiously covered with the cloak of reli
gion. Its smile is the smile of Satan. This
enemy, young men, is the priest I—the priest,
with few exceptions."
A GEORGIA SBNATOR ABBASSLNATED.—We learn
from the Savannah Republican that Gen. Riley,
the Senator from Lumpkin county, was ap.
proacbed stealthily and shot, while sitting by
his own fireside, in Dahlonega, some days ago,
by a Man named Davis. The balls took effect
in the shoulder and ranged towards the cavity
of the chest. He is not expected to recover,
Davis fled, and $1,200 is offered for his appre
pennspluania &legrapti, friZtap afternoon, November 23, 1860.
yateist b j Etltgrap4.
DAILY T E . L E GRAP H.
The Royal Mail Steamship Africa, from Li
verpool, on Saturday the 10th instant, via
Qeeunstown, on the 11th has passed this point.
She will arrive up at New Yotk at two o'clock
this P. M. The King of Sardinia has formally
accepted the sovereignty of Naples.
NAPLEB.—Garibaldi resigned the Dictatorship
and returns to his Island home.
LIVERPOOL, Friday.—Flour dull and 6d lower,
and Wheat dull and 2dg4d lower on the week.
Corn declining and holders are pressing on the
market. The prices are 6d ®ls lower. Pro
STATE OF TRADE.—The Manchester advices
are favorable. The market for yarns is firm
while that for cloths is quiet.
LONDON.—Consols 931-®94 for money and
accounts. The bullion in the Bank has de
creased 230,000 pounds during the week. Sat
urday's news has not been received.
In view of the panic which thres i tened us,
the Presidents of the banks in this city held a
meeting yesterday, at 12 o'clock, and decided
to immediately suspend all specie payments
until further notice. Although it is to be re
gretted that our banks were obliged to adopt
this measure at all, yet it is much better that
it was done before the panic reached us to any
great extent, as by this means the banks will
be able to give much more relief to our busi
ness men than they otherwise would. The
good effect of the movement began to show
itself immediately after the fact became known,
stocks rising with great - buoyancy, and great
confidence being expressed by everybody on
The action of the Cabinet has so far been
perfectly harmonious, no special meeting hav
ing been called to consider the secession move
ments. The President has received a dispatch
from Judge Williams, of Warsaw, Mo., in
forming him of the present serious troubles in
Kansas. General Harney has received orders
to crush the insurgents. The total receipts
in the United States Treasury for last week
amounted to $1,632,000. There is now subject
to draft $2,495,000. The President has accept
ed the resignation of the United States Mar
shal for South Carolina. Lieutenant Arm
strong, of Georgia, has resigned his position in
The Bank Suspension at Augusta, Georgia
It is reported in bank circles to-day that Gov.
Brown will veto any law sanctioning the sus
pension of our banks, unless the State secedes.
It is also reported that one or more of the
Charleston banks have suspended ; also a large
cotton house, names not given—but this needs
A fire broke out in Whipple's Mills last night,
destroying property to the amount of from
10,000 to 12,000 dollars. Eighty peragna are
Suspension of the Trenton Banbi,
TRENTON, N. J., November 23.
Both the banks of Trention have suspended
specie payments. They will pay out only
small amounts to business men in the city.
Financial Affairs in Boston.
BOSTON, November 23. -
A meeting of the Bank officers is now In pro
tress in relation to the financial pressure.
Cotton Sales at Augusta.
AIICIIISTA, Oa., November 28.
Cotton depressed—only a few hundred bales
A Baltimore Banking House Suspended
Samuel Heins & Sons, bankers, have sus
pended. It is understood that it will be only
Cotton sales to-day light; of the week 4200
bales at nominal prices. Receipts of the week
--- - -
TO FARMERS.—VIRGINIA LANDS.—The undersigned
le now prepared to furnish, in any quantities, from 100
to 1000 acres, or more, good farming or grazing lands, in
Randolph and adjacent counties, in Western Virginia,
within 12 or 15 hours of Baltimore and 24 hours of N. Y.
The lands are fertile and well timbered, the climate
very healthy, and so mild that sheep can be ordinarily
wintered with very little feeding, and where a caw can
be raised as cheap as a chicken in New England.
They will be sold cheap, and on easy terms, or ex
changed for improved property or merchandise.
Address, with Postage stamp, care of JOY, COE & CO
Tribune Building, New York. my2s-wly
MOTHERS, BEAD I'i:tn.—The following is au
extract from a letter written by the pastor of a Baptist
church to the "Journal and Messenger," Cincinnati,
Ohio, and speaks volumes in favor of that world-re
nowned medicine—Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup Or
Children Teething :
"We see en advertisement in your column _of Mrs.
Winslow's Soothing Syrup Now we never said a Word
in favor of a patent medicine before in our-life, but we
feel compelled to say to our readers, that this's no hum-
bug—we hare tried It, and know it to be allit claims. It
is, probably, one of the most successful medicines of the
day, bcostse it le one of the best. And those of your
readers who have babies can't do better than to lay
a supply. au22
From the American Baptist, New York, August 2,18E9 .
A MINIATURE wooden pagoda which we
brought from Burnish, having - been broken while on
shipboard, we were very anxious to have it repaired,
and tried several sorts of glue, but without success, till
our attention was called to Spalding's Prepared Glue, sold
at 80 Platt Street. This we found to answer tbe purpose.
The pagoda appears now to be strongly cemented, and
can be seen by calling at the office of the American
From the Freeman's Journal, Now York, August 0,1869,
Spalding's Prepared Glue is such a simple and cheap
preparatim4that it is a pity any house should be without
NO iiiirDMINE is more prompt in its action in
oases of Cholera, Cholera Morbus, tec., than Perry Davis'
Pain Biller. It is the acknowledged antidote which sel
dom falls if applied in its early symptoms. No family
should be without a bottle of it always on hand.
The stain on linen from the use of the Pain Kilter Is
easily removed by washing in alcohol.
Davis , Pain Killer seems particularly eillaei.ous in
cholera morbus, bowel complaints, and other dLseates to
which the natives of l3urmah, from their unwholesome
style of living, are peculiarly exposed. it is a v a l ua bl e
antidote to the poison of Centipedes, Scorpions, hdrnets,
REV. J. BENJAMIN,,
• Late klissionary In Burma.
Sold by IS druggiot4 4 grocers and medicine dealers
tbroppoot tbe WOW Motel and Conadsuo. .
Arrival of the Steamer Africa,
Snismy Hoot, Nov. 23
'Financial Affairs in Philadelpha•
PECLEADELPHIA, November 23
Affairs at the Federal Capital.
WASHINGTON CiTY, Nov. 23
Position of Governor Brown
Burning of a Cotton Mill at Lowell
Lowma,, November 28
)3.4.lTnioxE, November 23
Cotton Sales at Charleston.
CHARLESTON, NOV. 23
Davis' Pain Killer.
APPLES.— A lot of fine Winter Apples,
11 For sale by
H. K. PARSONS, Agent,
No. 110 Market street.
ON THE NIGHT of the 21st inst., there
was stolen from the bar-room of the Bomgarduer
House, in lids city, a bundle con aining a number of or
acles, among others the following pieces cf music :
Bona Waltz, by Strauze, with variations by Eysiug. From
the Norma, by Hooter. La Aliment, by the same. The
Sea Shore, by the same. Operaof Buachert, by same.—
Bivertisment. The above reward will be paid by the
undertigned for the recovery of the properly and arrest
of the thief. .rr•FP STONE.
RASPBERRY ALLEY, BE [WEEN CHESTNUT AND
MULBERRY STREETS, LIAIit'L , BUPG, PA.
RESPECTFULLY informs the public that
he is located at the above mentioned place, and he
has commenced the WOOL DYEING and CARPET WEAV
ING BU.,:INES in all its various branches. is pre
pared to lilt all orders at the shortest notice, and will
guaran tee general satisfaction. Ills prices wll be
Haring Carried - on the business for many years in
Germany, and over two years here, and also having had
an extended experience in tidi country he is fully com
petent to execute alt work entrusted to him,- and hopes to
receive a reasonable share of custom from his fellow
$A general assor melt of Carrata are always kept
on band and wilt be sold at the lowest rate.
nov2l 60-3 met
.Dll. D. W. JONES
OFFERS the most certain remedies in
America for Gonorrhea, Gleet, .tricture, Feminel
Weakness, and all those Diseases arising •rem an injudi
cious habit, all Mercurial and Sypbiiiric Eruptions,
pepsia, Liver Complaint, Rheumatism, Ring Worm at d
Tetter. All female complains, such as Monthly Irregu
larities. All those above named Diseases will be re
stored to Constitutional soundness or no Charge. Any
person or persons being afflicted with the above named
Diseases, will call on me at the WHITE HALL.
I will make a written article with him or her, and place
it in the hun •a of some responsible person to hold until
a cure is performed, and if there be no cure erected at'.
ter using the medicide a reasonable lime, the patent
shall lift the article without a charge. All the remedies
used by me are entirely vegetable, and can be taken at
all times without change of diet or hiLdrance from
Medicines can be sent by mail or express.
Persons desiring information by letter must enclose a
scamp to insure an answer.
LAUGHLIN'S & BUSH.FIELD'S
THIS MIK is a rival of the celebrated
L Arnold Fluid. It is equal to it in every respect,
being undoubtedly made or similar material. It flows
freely from the pen, does not tlecken and will not mould,
and is nearly one-third CHEAPER than Arnold's.
Quarts, Pints, Half-Pints, 4 oz., 2 oz. Bottles. Writing
and Copying Fluids, for sale at
SELLER'S DRUG STORE,
no2o 91 Market Street.
WILL be sold at public out-cry, at the
EUROPEAN HOTEL, in the city of Harrisburg,
on WEDNESDAY EVENING, the sth day of December,
at half-past six o'clock, the allowing, ite,cribed proper
ty, situate on the nos th side or Second strezt, between
Locust and Fine streets, to wit : Two Two-
Story BRICK DWELL
HOUSES, with back buildings and LOT OF MI ; I I
GROUND to each. The one Lot extends back ir ;
one hundred and ty.seven ftet six inches ,
the other one honored and forty-seven feet six inches to
a ten feet wide alley. Said property owned by lira.
Black, and occupied by James R. Black and .Itrs. Car
berry will be sold, the whoie together, or separately.—
For lurther information enquire of the undersigned.
' Terms made known the evening of the sale.
nol9-ta BERRYHILL & ECKELS, Attorneys.
AUGUSTA, Ga. 28
BUCKWHEAT FLOUR. -
SACKS of Extra New Hulled
.40 0. BUCKWHEAT FLOUR, froth Wyoming Val-
FARMER, MECHANIC & NEWNESS
THE TOWNSHIP & LOCAL LAWS
STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA.
CONPILID FROM TUB 4013 OF ARMSSBLY BY
WILLIAM T. HAINES, ESQ
This work contains over 400 pages of closely printed
matter, and will be sold by subscription.
It teaches the duties of Justices of the Peace, with
forms of the transaction of their business.
It teaches the duties of Constables with all the nines
Gary forms, appertaining to the office.
It contains the duties of Supervisors of every County
and Township in the State.
It contains the mode of proceedure for thelaying out
and opening of public and private roads, of vacating and
altering roads, the building of bridges, &0., &c.
It contains the Common. School Law, with explana
tions, decisions and directions, together with forms for
Deeds, Bonds, Contracts, Certificates, &a., Im. This de
partment cf he work was compiled at Harrisburg by
Mr. Samuel P. Bates, Deputy huperintendent, and is
alone worth the price of the volume to any one inter
ested in Common ti'chools.
It contains the duties of Township Auditors.
R contains the laws relative to Dogs and Sheep.
It contains the duties of Assessors.
It contains the laws in relation to Strays, Mules sad
It contains the lass relative to Fences and Fence
It contains the laws relative to Game Hunting, Trout
It contains the Election Laws with all the necessary
It containe,the Naturalization Laws, with all the ne
cessary FOrMli for application.
It contains a large number of Legal Forms, which are
used in the every day transactions of business, such as
Acknowledgments, Affidavits, Articles of Agreements
and, Contracts, Partnership, Apprentices, Assignments,
Attestations, Bala Of Exchange and Promissory Notes,
Bills of gale, Bonds, Checks, Covenants, Deeds, Deposi
tions, Due Bills and Produce Notes, Landlord and Tenant,
Leases, Letters of Attorney, Marriage, Mortgages, Re
ceipts and Releases. The work is bound in Law sheep,
and will be sold to subscribers at $L 25 per copy, paya
ble on delivery of the work. The work has passed the
revision of many of the best Lawyers in the State and
has received their unqualified approbation, as a reliable
baud book of reference upon all subjects upon which it
treats. The whole is arranged in such a manner as to
present a plain, concise and explicit statement of the du
ties of all Township Officers, as may be readily under
stood by any one. Dauphin County will be thoroughly
canvassed for the work, and the support of the citizens
is respectfully solicited.
THEO. F. WHETTER,
General Agent for Dauphin county.
p, S.—Good canvassers are wanted Is all parts of this
county for the above work, to whom a liberal compen
sation will be given. Applications which must be made
at an early date, addressed as above will receive prompt
SECOND HAND PIANO. FOR SALE.-A 6
Octave Piano, in best order, for sale at W. KNOCHE'S
Music. Store, 92 Market street. Price $5O. Payment ta
ken nn monthly instalments.-- 9
MALE and REPAIR hD , io goad etyle, at sbort notice,
nd on reasonable terms, by A. R. SHARP, Second street
ow Chestnut. otls-8m
STORAGE ! STORAGE I !
STORAGE received at the Warehouse of
JAMES 51. WHEELER.
WAN TED. -
POUNDS of OLD COPPER,
for which Wo will pay the very high•
est market price In oath, at the
oct:7l.lmd EAGLE WORKS.
VICENS',VALLEY NUT .COAL I—For
sale at 82 00 per ton.
-.ALL COAL - DCLITCEED gY PATENT
' WEIGH CARTS.
JAMES M. WHEELER.
Aar Coal delivered from both yards. notll4
$25 REWARD !
A., .13 CO MC
AND PUMMELED BY
EDWARD F. JAMES,
WEPT CHESTER, PA.
filistella Ile a us.
Tax AMALG AMATION or LANGGAGF.S.—There is a f r cw.
log tendcney in this age to appropriate the most expres
sive words of other languages, and after a while to in
corporate them into our own ; thus the word Cephalic,
which is from the Greek, signifying "for the head," is
now becoming popularized in connection with Mr. Spald
ing's great Headache remedy, but it will soon be used in
a more general way, and the word Cephalic will become
as common as Eloctr. - typo and many others whose dis
tinction as foreign words has been worn away oy cam- .
mon usage until they seem "native and to the manor
Hi 'ad 'orrible 'cadache this hafternoon, hand I
stepped Into the hapothecaries hand says ht to the man,
"Can you hease me of an 'eadache ?" "Does it haulm
'ard" Pays 'e. "Elexceedingly," says hi, hand upon that
'e gave me a Cephalic Pill, nand 'pan me 'tutor it cured
me so quick that I 'ardly realized I 'ad 'ad an 'eadache.
Sir Hu...Daces is the favcrite Sign by which nature
makes known any deviation whatever from the natural
elate of the brain, and viewed in this light it may be
looked on as a safeguard intended to give notice of diem°
which might otherwise escape attention, till too late to be
remedied; and its indications should nev,r be neglected.
Headaches may be classified under two names, viz :
Symptomatic and Idiopathic Symptomatic Headache is
exceedingly common audio the precursor of a great va
riety of ..diseases, among which are Apoplexy, Gout,
Rheumatism and all febrile diseases. In its nervous
form it is sympathetic of disease of the stomach consti
tuting tick headache, of hepatic disease constituting bil
lious headache, cf worms, constipation and other disor
ders of the bowels, as well as renal and uterine affect
ions. Diseases of the heart are very frequently attend
ed with Headaches, Anaemia and plethora are also affec
t one which frequently occasion headache. Idiopathic
Headache is also very common, being usually distin
guished by the namo of nervous headache, sometimes
coming on suddenly in a state of apparently sound health
and prostrating atone the mental and physical energies,
and in other instances it comes on slowly, heralded by
depression of spirits or acerbity of temper. In most in
s lances it comae on slowly, heralded by depression of
spirits or acerbity of temper. In most instances the psin
is in the front or the head, over one or both eyes, and
sometimes provoking vomiting; under this class may also
be named Neuralgia.
For the treatment of slither class of Headache the Ce
phalic Pills have been found a sure and safe remedy, re
lieving the most acute pains In a few minutes, and by its
sub tile rower eradicating the diseases of which Head
ache is the unerring index.
nicas.T.—alissua wants yen to send her a boa of Ce
phalic Glue, no, a bottle of Prepared kills,—bnt I'm
thinking that's not jest it neither; but perhaps be
afther knowing what it is. Ye see she's nigh dead and
gore with the Sick Headache, and wants soma more of
that same relaived her before.
Druggist.—You must mean Spalding's Cephalic Pills.
Bridget.—Och sure now and you've sod it, here's the
quarter and giv me the Pills and don't be all day about
Constipation or Costiveness.
No one of the "many ills flesh is heir to" is so preva
lent, so little understood, and so much neglected as Cos
tiveness. Often originating in carelessness,rr seden
tary habits; it is regarded as a slight disorder f two llttle
consequence to incite anxiety, while in reality it is tbo
precursor and companion of many of many of the moat
fatal and dangerous diseases, and unless early eradica
ted it will bring the sufferer to an untimely grave.—
Among the lighter evils of which costiveness is the usual
attendant are Headache, Colic, Rheumatism, Foul Breath,
Piles and others of like nature, while a long train of
frightful diseases such as Malignant Fevers, Abcesses,
Dysentery,. Diarrheas. Dyspepsy, Apoplexy, Epilepsy,
Paralysis,Hysteria, Hyposhondrlasis, Melancholy and
insanity, Indicate their presence in the system by
this alarming symptom. Not unfrequently the diseases
monad originate in Constipation, but take on an inde
pendent existence unless the cause is eradicated in an
early stage. From all these considerations it follows that
the disorder should receive immediate attention when
ever it occurs, and no person should neglect to get a box
of Cephalic Pills on the first appearance of the complaint,
as their timely use will expel the insiduous approach o
disease and destroy this dangerous Le to human life.
A Real Blessing.
Physician.—Well, Mrs. Jones, how Is that headache?
.Mrs. Jones.—Gone I Doctor, all gone I the pill you mitt
cured me in just twenty minutes, and I wish you would
send more so that I can have them handy.
Physician.—You can get them at any Druggists. Call
for Cephalic Pills, I find they never fail, and I rocom
mend them in all cases of Headache.
Mrs Tomes.—l shall send for a box directly, and shall
tell allmy suffering friends, for they are a real blessing.
Glue and it is estimated that each bottle saves at least ten
dollars .worth of broken furniture, thus making an. aggre
gregate of twenty millions of dollars reclaimed from tidal
loss by this valuZialeinvention. Having made phis Glue
a household word, he now proposes to do the world still
greater service by curing all the aching heads with his
Cephalic Pills, and if they are as good as his Glue, Head
aches will soon vanish away like snow in July.
JefirOVEß EXCITE/ UN; and the mental care and anxie
ty incident to close attention to business or study, are
among the numerous causes of Nervous Headache. The
disordered state of mind and body incident to this dis
tressing complaint is a fatal blow to all energy and am.
Union. Sufferers by this disorder can always obtain
speedy relief from these distressing attacks by using one
of the Cephalie Pills whenever the symptoms appear
It quiets the overtasked brain, and•soothes the strained
and jarring nerves, and relaxes the tension of the sto
mach which always accompanies and aggravates the dis
ordered condition of the brain.
Fear WORTH Esownta.--Spalding's Cephalic Pills are
a certain cure for Sick Headache, Bilious Headache,
Nervous Headache, Costiveness and General Debility.
GREAT ThSCOVERY.—Among the most important of ail
the great medical discoveries of this age may be con
sidered the system of vaccfnnation fer protection from
Small Pox, the Ceptialic Pill for relief of Headache, and
the use of Quinine for the prevention of Fevers, either of
which is a sure specific, whose benefits will be experi
enced by suffering humanity long after their discoverers
Din you ever have the Sick Headache? Do you re
member toe throbbing temples, the fevered brow, the
loathing and disgust at the sight of food. How totally
unfit you were for pleasure, conversation or study. One
of the Cephalic Pills would have relieved you from all the
suffering which you then experienced. For'thie and
other purposes yon should always have abox of them on
hand to me as occasion requires.
t ,c 1 e
By the nee of these Pills the periodic attacks of Ner
vous or Sick Headache may be prevented; and if taken at
the commencement of an attack immediate relief from
pain and sickness may be obtained.
I They seldom fail In removing the Nausea and Headaehe
to which females are so subject.
They act gentlyupon the bowels,—removing Costioenies.
For Literary Men, Students, Delicate Females, and all
persons of sedentary habits, they are valuable as a Laic
five, improving the, appetite, giving fate and vigor to the
digestive organs, and restoring the nattwatelestiolty and
of the whole system.
The CEPHALIC 'PILLS are the result of 'long investi
gation and carefully conducted experiments, having been
in use in many years, during which time they.have pre
vented and relieved a vast amount of pain and suffering
from Headache, whether originating In the nervous sys•
tern or from a deranged state of the stomach.
They are entirely vegetable in their composition, and
may be taken at all times with perfect safety withoer
making any change of diet, and the absentee of any disa
greeable taste renders it easy to administer them to saddren.
EE WARE OF COIII3TERFiITS
The genuine have dye signatures of Henry O. Spalding
en each box.
Sold by Druggists and all other Dealers to Medtehase.
A Box will beTsent by mail prepaid on reeelpt of the
PRICE 26 CENTS. -
Ail orders should-be addressed to '
HENRY 0. SPALDING,
so7l6.deirly 48edar 13treet,'New Tork. .
SAI , ZFORD'S
iT is compounded entirely From Gums,
and has become an established tact, a Standard St E di.
t i me, known and approved fi ; by all that have bead
and is now resorted t 0 .12 with confidence M all the
diseases for which it is re-IVIP commended.
It has cured thousands'E4 within the last two year s
Who had given up all hopes of relief, .is the numerous
unsolicited certificates in '4 my possession show.
The dose must be adapt- ed to the temperamtnt at
the individual taking it,and e l used in each quantities
to act gently on the bowels. .--
Let the dictates of your AV ludgment guide you in the
use of the LIVER PI Ravin, and it can
DYER COMPLAINTS, BJLUOOS > ATTACEE, DTEPEPSLi,CERON
IC MAHR.HOKA, Stamenn Com- be ruins, DYSENTERY' Not,
Souß STOMACH, HABIT- p. DAL COSTIVENEW, CHO/10,
CHOLERA MOEBOB, CHOLERA INTANTITEL FLATO LT NOE,
JAUNDICE, FERAIE WEAK- NICSBM3, and may be aged
successfully as an °EDINA. EY FAMILY .11Mmencr. It
will cureSICK HEADACHE d (as thousands can testify)
UT TWENTY MLNUTZS, IF TWO
TAEEN at commencement of
ALL WHO utcrr ARA GIY
garilltit Water in the month with the in.
vtgorator, and swallow both together.
PRIOR ONE DOLLAR PER BOMA
PURE VEGETABLE KETRAta'S, AND PU,
UP IN GLASS CASES. AIR TIGHT, AND
WILL KFFP IN .ANY CLIMATE.
The FAMILY CAVIAR- TIC PILL is a gentle be
active Cathartic which the WU proprietor has used in his
practice more than twenty a years.
The constantly increas- ingdonanalremthcaewho
have long used the PILLS I. and the satisfaction which
all express in regard to 11.4 their use, has induced me
to place them within the
:,The Profession well know'
on different portions of the
The FAMILY CAVlAR
ference to this well estab•
ded from a variety of th
which act alike on ovary
nal, and are good and safe
thartic is needed, such ss
Skepiness, Pains in n o
Pain and Soreness overt te
or weight in the head, ail
Worms in Children or Ad-
Purifier of the Bleed, and
flesh is heir, too numerous
Moment. Wes, 1 to 8.
THR LIVER INVIGORATOR AND FAMILY CATRAit-
IC PILLS are retailed by Druggists generally,and
sold wholesale by the Trade in al: the large
S. T. W. SANFORD, M. D.,
Manufacturer and FroprieLt
je2o-dawyi] 335 Broadway, New York.
441 r t
To the Citizens of New Jersey and
al ropers and
Apothecaries, Al a'
Wolfe's Pure Cognac Brandy.
Wolfe's Pare "Raderia, Sherry and Port
Wolfe's Pure Jamaica. and St. Croix Rum
ALL IN BovrLcs
I beg leave to call the attention of the chiaens of the
United States to the above Wises and Demme, lamer:ad
by Udolpho Wolfe, of New York, whore name is fami
liar in every part of this country for the purity of hi;
celebrated SIDDITAIS SINDEAVP.4. Mr: Wolfe, in his letter
co me, speaking of the purity of his WLxue nod LIQUORS,
says : "I will stake my reputation as a man, my stand
ing as a merchant of thirty years' residence in the Ply
of New York, that all the BRANDY and WINES which I
bottle are pure as imported, and of the best quality, and
can be relied upon by every purchaser." Every bottle
has the proprietor's name on the wax, and a lac single
of his signature on the °crane:As. The public are re
spectfully invited to call and examine for themselves.—
For sale at Retail by all Apothecaries and Grccers in
Philadelphia. • GEORGE N. ASHTON,
Market at. Phllathlbla r.
Sole Agent for Philadelphia.
Read the following from the new York amytir
ENORMOUS BrigNESS FOR ONE NEW YORK MERCHLET.—
We are happy to inform our fellow--citizens that tows is
one place in our city where the physician, apothecary,
and country merchant, can go and purchase pure Wines
:dad Liquors, as pure as imported, and of the best quality;
We do not Intend to give an elaborate description of this
merchant's extensive business, although it will well re
pay any stranger or citizen to visit Udolpho Wolfe's ex
tensive Warehouse, Nos. 18. 10 and 22 Beaver street,
and Nos. 17, 19 and 21, Mari ettleld street. His stock of
Schnapps on hand reedy for shipment could not have
been less than thirty thousand cases- the Brandy, some
ten thousand cases—Vintages of 1836 to 1856 ; and ten
thousand cases of bfadeira, Sherry and Port Wine,
Scotch and Irish Whisky, Jamaica and St. Croix Rum,
some very old and equal to any in this country. He also
had three large cellars, filled with Brandy, Wine, 30., in
casks, under Custom-House key, ready for bottling. Mr.
Wolfe's sales of tichnapps last year amounted to one
hundred and eighty thousand dozen, and we hope in less
than two years he may be equally isuccessful with his
Brrndies and Wines.
His business merits the patronage of every lover of his
species. Private families who wish pure Wines and
Liquors for medical use should send their orders direct
to Mr. Wolfe, until every Apothecary in the land mate
op their minds 1,0 discard the poisonous stud' from their
shelves, and replace it 'with Wolfe's pure Wurss .ezid
We understand Mr. Wolfe, for the accommodation of
snail dealers in the country, puts up assorted cases of
Wines and Liquors. Such a man, and such a merchant,
should be sustained against his tens of thousands of op
ponents in the United States, who sell nothing but hnita
dons, ruinous alilte to health and human happiness.
C. K. Keller, 91 Market street, soh) agent p for this clt.
T ELMBOLD'S GENUINBP.REIPARATIO.i
11 Cures Gravel, Bladder, Dropsy, Kidney Affections.
LIELSIBOLD'S Genuine Preparation fur Nervous and
ELMBOLIAS Genuine Preparation for Loss oz Power,
11 Loss of Memory.
HELMI:SuIAPS tienuiEta Preparation for Ditioalty of
Breathing, General Weakness,
ELMBOLIPS Genuine Preparation for Weak Helves,
Horror of Death. Trembling.
I E_ansubu'a tieuuthe Frei:atation for Night .w.sts,
Celd Feet, Dimness of Vision.
HELAIBULU'd Genuine Preparanou fur Languor, Uni
vernal Lassitude or the Muscular System.
ELatiuLLP.l tienume rreptrataan nr lanai Lut
LI name and Erupti,,nB.
Elea...uLtru 041.31ine rreparatiolt lur Y.Lat va
1.1. Baer, Headache, Sick Stoat ich.
ia-See advertisement beade I
HELISBUUTS EXTRACT BUCHII
111 another column.
To select from a largo stock cf Fora,
GO TO CATHCART,S,
To see and buy nice new Fare,
GO TO CATHCART'S.
To get any kind orrery you may wish,
To purchase VIM Without any GO
risk TO CATHCART'S.
To have Yuri arant eed to GO TO CATHCART'S.
be what th,y are rePfe
seated, GO TO CAT fiCAlluc:.
To find the largest, best and cheapest lot of Fins
CALL ON CATHCART & BROTHER?,
No. 14 Market Squit
Next door to the Harrisburg Pai;
COTTAGE FURNITURE, in Chamber
IL) Suits, containing Dressing Bureau, Bedsteads, Wail'
stand, Table, Four Chairs, and a Rocking Cindr, ii em
523 to $4O a suit.
Bureaus and Bedsteads from $4 50 to $lO uO, end
liter articles at equally low figures. at the are Rcoras
JAMBS R. B JYD &
0010 dlm 29 South Second S req.
CT; ti CHAIRB.—The largest and
best variety, fifty oiffeient styles and pattern. trail[
$0 to $lB a set. /ass, Tucker's Spring Bea Bottom. tlza
bait In , nae—enly t 6-91
lAMBS It, BOYD &
AGSM Se4oBB . otrlifit, text to Bell's Stem
06 THREJI THASPOONFEIE
nw their tztimons. in iL
reach of all.
that diflbrent Cathartics ad
TIC PILL has, with due re
lished fact, been comma.
purest Vegetable Batracts,
part of the alimentary w
in all cases where a as-
Derangnarna of Stomach,
Back and Loins, Costivernu
tells, Rheumatism, a great
many diseases to 'which
to mention in this a WM,