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PEVNVEVANIA 7 RAIVROADT
WINTER TIME TABLE
FIVE TRAINS DAILY TO ` AND
FROM PHILADELPHIA• '
. . ON AND • AFTER
MONDAY, . NOVEMBER 26th , '1660
The passenger trains of the Pennsylvania Railroad Com
pany Rill depart from and arrive at Harrisburg and
Philadelphia as follows
THIk,OUGH-jzitiqUHlS.TßADl,leaVereMairishurg at 2.40
a. In. and
, arriilia WeSt -, a.. in.
FAST Ili4Alditii;lialiailiyaig 55 . 44 - in., 'and
arrives af,,Weist Pht4o4llll - 9114 fhp: p.
MAIL TRAlXleaeit:Harriebuiglik 5.26 p. in., arrives
at West Philadelphia at p. in.
These Bales make close connection at Philadelphia with
be New Yerlc - Lines.'
ACCQI44:O3ATI*VIII'AIN, N0..1, leaves i .llarilebUrg
at 7.59,r1."m:; runs via Mount Joy,. and arrives at West
Philadelphia at 12 30 p. "' •
IiAItIUSRIIRG ACCOMMODATION "TRAIN ferrvesAlar;
risbnrg at 1.19 p. m., and arrives at West Philadelphia
ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, No.• 2, leiiisHairisibnig
at 5.85 p. M., via Mount Joy connecting at Diller
villeiwith MAIL TRAIN East for Philadelphia.
W S WA
THROUGH EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Philadelphia at
10.60 p. m , arrives'at Harrisburg at 5.10 a. in.
MAIL:TRAIN:Ieaves Philadelphia . al. 8:00 a. M., ar•
rival at Hurrligairg at 1.20 wire.,
LOCAL MAIL TRAIN, leaves Harrisburg Pittsburgfor .
FASITUNE leaves Philadelphia at 12.00, noon, arrives
at:Elartisburg at 4.15 p. m.
HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION - TRAIN leaves
Philadelphia at 2.00 p. m., and arrives at Harrisburg
at 7.86 p. m.
AittoIfMODATION TRAIN, leaves Philadelphia at 4.00
P. no., and . arrives At Harrisburg. at 9,45 p. m. r.
Attention le called fu the feet, that passeniers.leAving
Philadelphia -at 4 00 p. connect at Lancasterimith.
MOUNT JOY ACCOMMODATION TRAIN; Madiltlrirkat..
Harrisburg at 8.45 ; p. n..
SAMUEL EL. y0HNG.,,ie,;1 7 4
Ea,tlThvisicr Penne:Y=llla Iif4P:CW
tiov2e so- - ,dtt ;
NEW YORK !
. :.IN DISTANCE
,AND - IN .TINIE
BETWEEI4 THE TWO CITIES
_.•. A N D
RISBURG -- I
VIA BEADING- ALLEFTOWIi
- AND EASTON. •
URN ING IMPRESS, it tee, iCII.I, es hew York at 6 A
M., arriving at Harrisburg , at 12.48 noon, only 6% hours
between the two cities. .
MAIL .LIN,E leaves New York at 12.00 noon, =Car
dyes' at Harrisburg at 8.30 P. M.
MORNING MAIL LiNb. Fast, leaves Harrisburg at
8.00 A. I.l.,:irriving at New York at 4.30 P.M.
AFTERNOON 'MITRE-CR LINE, East, leaves Harris
burg at 1.16 P. M., arriving at New York at 9.00 P. M.
OILIODECIIOIIII are made at Harrisburg at 1.00 P. M. with
the IPWAse,oger Trains la each llrectiou on the Pennsylva
nia, Cumberland Valley and Northern Central Railroad.
All trains connect at Reading with crania for Pottsville
bad Philadelphia, and at Allentown for Mauch Chunk,
No change of Passenger Cars or Baggage between. New
York and Harrisburg, by the 6.00 A Ai. Linefrom New
York or the 116 P. M. rem Harrisburg.
FJr [leant) , of scenery, and speed, coniffirtand accom
suadition, this route presents superior inducements' to
:Fare between New York and Harrisburg FIVE DOL.
LARS. Fer tickets air other information apply to
m3l J .• J. CLYDE, General Agent, Harrisburg.
READING RAIL R OAD.
01V .AIIID AFTER MAY 2800860
TWO PABAENGER TRAINS LEAVE HARRISBURG
DAILY, (Suidaya,excepted,) at 8.00 A. M., and 1.16 P.
ht., for Philadelphia; arriving there at . 1 25 P.' M., and
6.15 P. M.
RETURNING, LEAVE PHILADELPHIA at 13.00 A. ZiLi
and 3.80 P. M., arriving at Harrieberg at 12.96 noon and
3.30 P. M.
- FARES :—So Philadelphia, No. 1 Cars, $3.26 ; No. 2 an
same train,) $2.70. - -
FARES :—To Reading, . $1.60 and RM.
A t Reading, connect with.trains for Pottsville, Miners
vile, *Tamaqua, Catawissa, &c.
FOUR TRAINS LEAVE READING FOR PRILADFT,
rawiamy, at . 6 A. M., 10.46 A 12.30 noon and
IXAVOMAD EPHIA FOR READINGut 8.00 A. M
1.00 'P;Mt, 8.40 . P: M., and 5.00 P. M.
FARM' tr..Readinglo Philadelphia, 81.75 and 81.45.
IRE` - MORNING 'TRAIN FROM HARRISBURG CON
NWT'S AT READING with up train for Wilkesbarre
Allmon and Scranton. . , r.
Per throughilakets and other Information apply to
• General 404.
REMANG. - . RAILROAD
RFOUCTION OF PASSENGER FARES,
Oa and anew MONDAY, APRIL 24, 180.
Vir7TH 26 Coupons, will be finned .be
tween any points desired, good for the bolder or
smorieraber of his family, In any Passenger train, and
riny',Attie-rat 2+5 per cent. below the BzUMAR mtge.
having.` occasion to use the Road.trequently on
bluilietis or &tame, will 2nd the above 'arrangement
co nv enient a nd ; economical ~as Four 'Passenger trains
run daily esch"Way baleen Reading and Philadelphia,
and , Two Trains, daily: betweew.Reatling, - Pottsville and
itariiiiblire 'Ott Sundays, only ' , train down,
,and one afternooderaln - np, runs between Pottsville and
V elPhia L and no' Passenger train on the Lebanon
Rrane ler the aboVo Tickets ; er Any: irironneuos relating
'Occrettvapply,to A.',Bradford, Diu, Treasurer, Ildladel
lipaptoltke respeetive , Tisket , Agoto en , the liner or to
Pantoßlimitia Oak) Zetegtavb: Rio.turbrtp 'Afternoon, IlDrcembrr 8, 1860.
THE ORLEBRATED HbIiAND REMEDY FOR
DISEASE OF THE KIDNEYS;
LAXNESS OF AlstY BIND,
And the . •yarionfi affections consequent upon a disordered
S'A i ol,l - A.C.11.. OR
Such as Indlgestlon, Acidity of the Stomach, Colicky
Pains; Heartburns, Loss of Appetite, Despondency, Cos
tiveness, Blind and Bleeding Piles. In all 1. errous,
Itheumatke,,,und Neuralgic Affections, it has in numerous
instances'proved. highly beneficial, end in others effected
a decided cure.
' purely vegetable compound, prepared on
stridly'relentifte principles, after the manner of the eele.'
brated Holland Prefessor,Boethave: Its reputation at
home produced its: introduction here, ihollerrettd com
mencing with tboile of the Fatherland sttaftered.ever the
face of this Mighty country, many of whom brought with
them and handed doUrn- the tracition Ohs ialue. it is
now offered 19 the American public, knowing that ifs truly
wonderful Medicinal virtues be ileknotcledged.
lt is partionlarly recommended to thoseliersons whose
constituticini:muy have ueen impaired.bythe.coanuous
use of ardent spirits, or other forms. of dissipation, Gen
erally instantaneous in client, 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 oetem.
HOTlCE.—Whoever impede to find this a beveragevrill
be d isappoiuted ;hut to the sick, weak and low spirited.
It will prove Irateful.aroniatio cordial, possessed of
of singular reinedial properties.
The Bennine highly concentrated Ilterhaire's Holland
Bitters is put sp in half-Pint bottles only, and.retailed at
ONE DOLLAR per bottle; 'or Mai:Jetties for FIVE DOLLARS.—
The great demand for this truly celebrated Medicine has
induced many.iniitations, which the publio.should guard
ifar-Bewareorda*sition. See that our name Is on the
label of , everf'hottle you buy,
Sold by Drukgists generally. It con be forwarded by
Express to meat points: . • .
•• a 0- L E •P 0 E PE • 1, 7 -0 S
BENJAMIN PAGE, JR. & CO„
Pharmaceutists and Chemists.
ker:saleLin the city of Harrisburg by D. W. GROEI
2HL5",..p.61,107QU5 . 44.27101...4.6M
WSPECULLY diiiigned for the .utzietitthe
_i2.4 vidthelinntly,,hattig super
seded the. so-called .•Gins,” "Aromatic," "Cordial,"
" Medicated," "Schnapps," etc., is now endorsed by all
of the prominent physicians, chemists and connoisseurs,
as possersing all of those intrinsic medicinal qualities
(tonic and diuretic) which belong to an 011) and pun
lain. Put up in quart botiles and sold by all druggists,
grocers, etc. A. hi EININGER & 00.
(Eata:blished In 1778.) • Sole Proprielori.
No. 19 Broad Street, N. Y.
For sale lb Harrisburg by C. A. Bamtvart and John H.
For sale by W W, & H. Smith--French, Richards &
Co., and all .of the prominent Wholesale Druggists in
An experienced Nurse-and Female Physician, presents to
the attention of mothers her -
For Children Teething, -
which greatly facilitates the process of teething, by soft
ening the gams,reducing all inflammation—will allay ALL
PAIN, and spasmodic action, and is
SURE TO REGULATE THE BOWELS.
Depend. upon it, mothers, it will give rest to yourselves.
AND, RELIEF AND HEALTH TO YOUR INFANTS.
We have put up and sold this artioie for over ten
years, and' CAN ass, IN CONFIDENCI AND TRDTH, what we
have never been able to say 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 any one who used
it. • On the contrary, all are de:ighted with its opera
tions, and speak in terms of highest commendation of
its magical effects , and medical virtues. We speak in
this matter "wan WV DO KNOW, alter ten years' expo.
rience, AND PLEDOI OUR IMPINATIONFOR Thy FULIOISINI
OF wan' WI EDON usearan. In almost, every instance
where the Infant is suffering from pain and exhaustion, re—
lief will be found in Aileen or ,twenty minutes after the
syrup Is administered.
This valuable preparation is the prescripton of one
of the most EXPERIENCED and SKILLFUL NURSES in
New England, and has. been used with wens DAUM
THOUSANDS OF CASES.
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 will al
most instantly relieve
ORURNG IN THE. ROWELS, AND. WIND COLIC,
and overcome convulsions, which if not speedily reme
died,. end. In death. We believe it the nen and. MUST
mom is ma womn, in all cases of. DYSENTERY AND
DIARIIMEA IN CHILDREN, whether it arises from
teethhig or from any other cause. , We would say to
every mother who has a child suffering from any of the
foregoing complaints—no nor /ST lons mummers, Nos
PIULM1)1151t8 Or onome, stand between you and your
suffering child and the relief that will be SURE—yee,.AS
BOWTELY SURE—to follow the use of this medicine,
if timely used. Full directions for using will, accompany
each bottle. None genuine 'unless the fee-Bindle of
COATIS dt PERKINS,New York, ten the outside wrapper.
.::Sold by Druggists throughout the world.
Principal 011ie°, No. 13 Cedar St., New York.
Price only 25 Cents tser Bottle-
For Bale In Harrisburg by D. W. Gross at Co., No
19 Market street, J. Martin Lutz, No. 22 Market street, C.
K. Keller, No. 91, Market street, below Fourth, and G. W
Miles, 128 Market street.
aug22 dew •
NEW FIRM, NEW _GOODS
THE SUBSCRIBERS haviig succeeded
1. to the WHOLESALE AND RETAILHROCERY SUSI
NIBS of Messrs. GROSS & KUNKFJ4 at. WALNUT
STREET WHARF, would respectfully announce to the
citizens of Harrisburg and vicinity, that they are pre
pared to offer for male a large and complete assortment of
Roes, in great variety,
Cement, &c., &a.
Our Large SPRING STOCK, purchased in. Philadelphia
and New. York, and now arriving, has been selected
with much care, and will present great inducements to
- .lVe - intend to keep FIRST-CLASS qooDs, and .WILI
NOT BE UNDERSOLD, and hope by honorable dealing is
merlt and.reeeive a share or patronage.
sear24.dtr A. ROBINSON & COI
THE ORIGINAL ANI/KiiatlgUlN
COMPOUND EXTRACT - TOF
S AR SAPARIILA,
The Great RenovatoPof
THE SOVEREIGN REMEDY FOR
ERUPTIONS OF THE SKIN,
AND ALL FORMS OF CUTANEOUS•
These complaints can be speedily and effectually cured
by t h e use of this -.. ..:.1. .--,
Thousands have experienced its salutary effects, and
tens of thousands have witnessed it, until it bas ceased to
be a question among theintelhgent portion of the corn
' When the Blood becomes lifelesa and itagmanti,either
from the effects, of Sprhig • weather,' change of ellniate
want of exerowe, the use of a uniform'saline diet, or any
other cause ; this compound Extract of Sarsaparilla,. will
IMPIEW the BLOOD, carry off the.putrid hunters, mules
REGULAig Thrk' BOWELS
And impart...a _Tone., . . el' .Vigor to the
~• Whole tody:„ - ,
.. ~. .. .
TO THE , . PUBLIC. , ,
The public are hereby notifieinthat the preparation ex.;
tenslvely known as Dr. 5: P. To*nsend , s Compound Ex
tract of Sarsaparilla is.now manufactured under my di
section and supervision, from the original recipe obtained
from Dr. S. P. Townsend ; and I certify that it is compos
ed of ingredients PURELY VEGETABLE, and WITHOUT
M Et CURY; and also that the ingredients are judiciously
COT PT ounded, so as to obtain from them their greatest
medicinal effect. .. . . . .
JAMES IL CHILTON. M. D., Chemist.
Dr. S. P. TOWNSEND'S Coatroom) EarnAcx oft Sanaa,
PADILLA, has a reputation among all civilisednations as
the best preparation for ...-.. ....
Renovatingitand, Plirify,ingithe .ELCOD
which scierioffb as'efai offereetoimaffglif iiiielresides
its PECULIAR EXCELLENCE , and to thia lade° its world
the vegetable principles which'experi
once has proved useful in clearing the SYSTEM from
DISEASE, extracted and combined with, the higheit skill
which the refinements Of modern chenihitry. enable 'nein
Whatever may be said by mortified competitors or
splenetic physicians, the fact Gait this medicine is EVERY
WHERE BED, and that itscreates an increased de.:
mand, shows conclusively tit possesses - medicinal
merits of the first order ".'' - .4 .; .:74ni. ..
0 A UT. 0 N
To avoid imposition iLwill be necessary to - see that
DR. JAMES. R: CHILTON'S
CERTIFICATE as well as the .SIGNATURE of Dr. S. p.
Townsend, Is on the outside wrapper of each bottle.
BE VERY CAREFUL TO'T-USE NO .OTHER;
Proprieter's office, No. 41 Fulton Street, N Y.
And far sale by every Drniiiitilitififf ilitk.
71 0 .14:Z>M7FALria 7 13
LIFE PILLS. AND THCIENpC,BITTERS.
THESE MEDICINES have`nowt }oe e
' fore the public tkr,Aperioapf THlRl2:l**.and
during that time , have Malilla.l/31d a high Ranter in al
most every part of the Globe, for their, f ‘ extraordinaiy
and immediate power of restoring perfect health' toper
ions suffering under nearly every kind , of disease to
which the, human frame is
the following are among the distressing variety of hu
man diseases in which the -
VEGETABLE LIFE ,MEDICINES
Are well km/lien to be infallible. • • , ,
, • .
DYSPEPSIA, by tboraughly cleansing the first and .
second stomachs, and creating a floyvor pure :healthy
bile, instead of the stale and acrid kind ;" PLATY
LEAVY, Loss of Appetitti,„Hgrathurp,lleadliche, Rest
lessness, 111. Temper, Anxiety7rantuor and Melancholy,,
which are the general symptoms of Dyipenalsi; will van
lab as a natural consequence:of Ito cure:
ZOSTIVENESS, by :,cleansing thotitiole,length .of,
the intestines with, a solvent prone:o3,llnd withont.vio , '
lence; all, violent purges leave; the:betvcia,aofitive,within
two days. _ • ~,
PEVEES of a
regular eirculation,:throngh, the prooeso,of respiration in
such cases, and thetthorough solution of allintgatinal ob
*Emotion In °OS'S, .•::
The LIFE MEDICINES. have b een known to Cure
permanently in, three weeks and
..GOUT,ip . helf that time,,by removing local inflammation
from the muscles and ligaments,Of thejeints. : ; ..-
DROPSIES of all kinds,; by freeing and strengthen
lug the kidneye_and - bladderk. they operatepustelelight-;
folly onthese. Opponent organs * end ,heneer.hive.everl
been , found ascertain remedy : for : the .Itrorsf,caies of
AIso , WORBIE, by dislodging,.ikom the turnings, of.
the,boWels the slimy matter to which these , creatures:
sogrus, by the perfect purity which these LIFE MEDI.
CINES give to the blood, and all the humors., SCORBUTIC ERUPTION Sand /14,POSPLEY:
lONS, - by their alterate effect upon the fitiide_thet "tea
the skin, and- the.morbid state. of- which-occasions ell
eruptive contplaints, clently„andotherfiistigree-,
ahle . coraplexioni. j • • l.`
The cifthesti a idik shelf tinielvill'iffeet
an entire care of SALT, and It'atrilting im
provement in the .clearness of.the- skin.. ,ICIAIMLON
COLDS and INFLUENZA Will.iiliaYsliectiraby
one dose, , or hy two in the worst : eases.. „
PILES.—The original proprietor of .
was cured of: Piles, of 35, years, standing by the use of the
LIFE MEDICINES alone. 7' ' ' •
FEVEXAND A.GUE:For this scourge of-the
Western country, these Medicines be found ; a Oaf;
speedy, and certain remedy. Other Atedialnia ha v e the
system subject to a return of the disease—a cure by' theiii
Medicines is permanent—TßY DIEM, BE BATDRIED,
AND BE CURED. - - •77
BILIOUS FEVERS . AND LIVER COIL
PLAINTS.GENEII.II. Daman, I,cei os 'deem*, and
MUM OF FEssus-4he Medicines have , heen used
with the most beneficial rafting in cases of this descrip
tion :—Kings Evil and Scrofula, in its worst forms,yields
to the mild yet powerful action of.theiereniariableldeili
cines. Night Sweats, Neivous.Debility, Nervous Com
plaint!! of -ail kinds, Palp.tation of the Heart, Painters'
Colic, are speedily cured, . . , ,
ffilattlf IL% IAL DiSEASESPersibia 'Whose
constite tons have become inipaired injudicious
use of Mercury, will find these medicines a perfect cure,
as they never tail to eradicate from the system, all the
effects of Mercury ? infinitely sooner'than the mest power
ful preparations of Sarsaparilla: - • • : . •
Prep tared and sold by •- W. 11,411OFFAT,
335 Broadway, New York.
Fortale by all Druggists. jy2o-:ilawlY
That we have recently added,ter - Fne already' eloCk
0-F B . E.G.' A. it a ;
• lIARLIEARL- :
'LA - BANANA.
OF. PE'-RF. EFR '
FOR THE HANDEEROftEE. .".
TIIRKISA ESSENCE; • • •
ODOR OF 'MUSK, •
arpiws ESSENCE: BOWEL'
FOR THE HAIR.
MYRTLE AND VIOLET POMATUM.
FOR TER OOMPUMON.
TALC OF VENICE,
ROSE LEAF :POWDER,:
NEW MOWN HAY POWDER,
BLANC DE PERLES.
OP SOAP S.
6 Having the largest:it:pelt apd best assortment of . toilet
articles, we fancy , that wenreliettei ablolhart Our cont.
,petitors, to get up a complete toga 'sett 'at in . rpricia
ed. Call and. see. -
Always on bantf Trutt; Medicines,
Chemicals, &0., ipaakjualitiii'inir;rocalving antic daily
se ~ ti l!iik ' #99.4l. 3 ,PAttr/r4trtW lll 9 tiottth
STOOD THE, TEST OF YEARS,
AND GROWS MORE AND MORE POPULAR
EVEr;Y DAN 1
-And testimonials, new, and almost without number,
might be given from ladies and gentlemen in all grades
of society, whose united testimony none could resist, that
Prof. Wood's Hair Restoiative will restore the bald and
gray r and preserve the hair of the youth to old age, in all
its youthful. beauty.
• • • Rams -CREEK, Mich., Dec. 21,1860.
palm,. WOOD : TheOwilt please accept aline to inform
thee,that the hair on my head all fell off over 'twentS ,
3 ears-ago, caused by a complicated chronic disease,' at
tended with an eruption on the head. A continual course
.of suffering throligh life having reduced me to a state of
-dependence, 1 having not been able to obtain stuff for
caps;meither. have 1-been able to do them up, - in conse
quence oi which my head bas surfer' d extremely from
cold: This fiducea me to pay Bilks* Hodges almost
the last cent I had on earth for a two'dollar bottle of thy
Flair liestorative about the Ortt - of August last. I have
faithfully followed - the directions and the bald spot is now
'covered with hair thick and black, though abort; it is al
so eominb in all over my head. Feeling confident that
•'anotber - Lirge:bottle would restore it entirely and pert
manently, I feel, anxious to perseveie in its use, and be
'Mg dethitgie Of means to purchase u.ore, I would ask
,thee if,theerevouldt not be willing to send.me an order,
'on tl4ne aSents fer a bottle, and receive to thyself the
scripture deCtitratioti—"the reward is to those that are
kind.to, the widow and fatherless."
' ' 'Tby friend; SUSANNAH KIRBY.
LIOONIRR, Noble, Co., Indiana Feb.s6th, 1889.
PROF. 0..). Woon: Deur r-rr.:--In tile hitter part of the
year 1152; while, attending the.rtate and National Law
School of the gtitte . ol flew Mit, my heur,'lrom a canoe
unknown.to me, commenced falluig off very. kapidly, so
-that in the short space of six montba, the whole upper
Parilif in), scalp - was almost entitelY' ben ft of ita cover
• ing,And much:of the remaining portion upon the side
and back - part of my head Shortly after became gray, so
that not be surerised when I tell you that upon
my return to ,the State of Indiana, my more casual no
quainteinCes were not so much at a loss to discover the
ea:wool the change in my aepeakance,as my more -Intl
mateacqoaintances were to recognize me at ail..
- Let `once-made application to lhe Most skillful physi--
Mans in: the, country, but, receiving no assurance from
them. that my hair could again Pe restored, 1 was forced
tolfecomnieconciled to my.fate, until, tortnnately, in the
lattey,,part of., the year 1857, your Restorative was re
4oinuiend'ed to Inv by a druggists aa'being• the Most re
liable Hair Restorative in. use. I tried'one bottle, and
found to liay gkeat satilfaction that it was producing the
deaWed'effect.- time,"l have used seven- dol
lars',mokth of your. Restorative, and as a result, have a
rialf heal 'very soft bp& hair, which no money can
4s a mark of my gratitude for your labor and skill in
the 'production -of's° *Odder] ul an article, I have re
commended its use,to many of my friends and acquaint
aimed, uric; I am happy to Worn yOu, are using it with
like effect. Very respectrally, yours, -
A. M. LATTA,
Attorney and Counsellor. at LAW.
feint, ta Broadway, and sold by all dealers through
- OS the florid.'' • • .
The, Restorative , is put up in bottles of three sizes, viz
'site; menium and . small ; the small bolds ''a pint; and
retails for one dollar per . bottle ; the medium holds at
least twenty per cent. more in proportion than the
and retails ifdr two dollars per bottle ; the large holds a.
quart, 40. per, cent. more in proportion, and retails for $3
0: if WOOD & GO., Proprietors, 444 Broadway, New
York r and 114 Market stroet, Bt. Louis, Mo.
And sold by all good Druggists and Fancy Goods
tittention'of Invalids; Physictims, Clergymen vssolj
Outing -men, and .the puhlic generally,ls luspeetfullx
itillcitieto the merits of this ciietthal preParittion, con
taining and which
Is Identical in its composition
. with the Hematic Globule,
or red blood. In all disease* accompanied with
Pale countenance and nervous derangement, analyili of
the blood shoW a deficiency of the red globules.. Ruddy
complexion and a rosy tint of the skin, i 3 always indica;
tide of health ; while pale, wax-like skin' ind cdunte
nance,4-widekevinces a deficiencyoftheredgiebulea,—'
accompanies a diseased organism. Preparations of Iron
hive'been given foilthe purpose of supplying the fed
klobtriee, but we. contend , that ,Ixon alone, Sulphur
akhifi zt 'or Phosphorus stone, will not'meet the deft=
idenoy. in eiery.case, but that a judicious combination
- au, therm elements is necessary to restore the blood to its
normal standard. Thispointoiev.er beforeattained; has
been Twirled in, the, Abend F.'o,ocf, and its, discovery
ranksas' One' of the mint se
and important 'of the
age.,- Its efficasin . '
• Consumption •- - • r
foe to soften the emigh,:bribe the neries, strengthen
the system, allay the prostrating r night Sweats, increase.
'the physical and.Mienter energy, enrich the'blood by re-
'storing the lacking' red - ilobules, increase the :appetite,
restore the color, and, .ciothe the skeleton frame with
&ale.' 'The Bided' FOild will' be found a specific in
.Chrciplc, 7 ,4lsensne of the 'llapont or Lungs, such
as Asthma, Bronchitis, Coughs, &c. Public speakers'and
tiliders- , wilf find It-of great utility in clearing- and
'strengthening the vocal. organs. In .DyspepssaLiver.
Co/Up/sin/2, DroPay, Paralysis , Lvrofubi'; ' Gravil,
• St. nine Dance,' Fever and Ague, &c.iits.'eflicac3r is
marked and instantaneous.. In no class el disease, how
ever; are the beneficial effects of -this remedy so con
spMumapos 4a those harrassing
to which the gentler sexnre liable, and which tend to
wards Consumption, such as suppressed or difficult
Jiteratiruation; Green Sickness, 'Whites, kc., especially
When these complaints are accompanied with paleness,
a dingy hue or pallor of the skin, depression of spirits,
debility, palpitation, want of appetite, and nervous pros
tration,. . We have the utmost confidence in recommend
ing the Bliicid Fixid to all who may bMeonsolous of a
loss of vitality orMiergy, and to those whose Mental or
bodßy. powers are prostrated through over - use, either or
the miod or body andlin deem it our duty to thy that
in slloases'of• .WOlc.ness awl Emaciation, and in all die.
eases of the Kidneys/Hodder., this preparation has a olefin
Upon the attentionnf suffereri which cannot be overes
timated. A Mithrut trial will be found the most continc
ing 'proof in'regard to its efficacy that could be asked for.
With 'the.abovei remarks ' and with the numerous testi
monials we have in its favor, we .offer the ~ B lood
Food s the'considiration of I.he'sfiliated,knowhigthit
it will be acknowledged as prmeminent over all 'other
Preparatiime, todent or ofcial, in point of usefulness.-
circulars giving - the Theory upon which this remedy is
founded, also .certificates cf remarkable cures will be
Sent free'Wlietr'desired. We forward the Blood POW
Welty, gait of the United States or ()anodes, upensreceipt
of Price-:-$1 per bottle, $5 for six bottles .Be careful in
ill Oases to'have sone but that having onr fad simile
signature uporrthe wrapper. None other is genuine.
Prepared only by - ClatritCll '4%; DUPONT,
N0."409 41roadway, NeW York.
And by all resdectable Druggists throughout. the
t For WA' A. BannYart, . Pole agentfEarY l ) 3l burgi
fel . )o . 4rwly-r4 aDlo.rdnu2
.:$ - 4.Li a . : 4 „..
. & .6 I .in:l e 6l,
~...v . -
..,c). • , Y., 2i 1 , 'T,
ii... V .ct "'
.... 0 Q .
-- lr ° ECONOMY I $ , r o+
' I C:4 ' Eginguatela g ,-' rt '
0 , 1)
.'l l ' Save the Pieces! -4
-* As : decide:WWll hopen; even fneeeTl•reiedatectyaiiiiies
it is yery desirable to have some cheap and • convenient
*fly for repairing Fernitnre, Toys, Crockery, Ate::
meets all such emergencies, and no household can afford
to be without It' is alWays featly - rind up to the 'stick:
trig point. There -is Jur, longer a .necessity for limping
"Chairs, - splinteredveneers, headles toys and broken
Lciadles. is* just the article for cone. shell arittotber
orminen4l work , so popular with ladies of refinement
This admirable preparation is used cold, being char&
catty held' inaolution, and possessing all tlie qualities of
the best Qcabbietmakers , Glue. It may be used' in•the
place of ordinary mucilage, being vastly more adhesive.
'USEFUL IN EVERY 'HOUSE."
•N,--4.l3ritsh accompaniateach bottle. Price 25 eta.
Brholesitle tepot, No:48 Cedar stree t,
Addreio HUEY C. SPALDING & CO..
Box No. 3,600, New York.
pat.up 16i.Dealers in cases containing Four, Eight and
Twelve Dozen—a beautihd Lithographic' lihow-eard'uc
iortipOtypi each package.
single bottle of EPALDING'S PREPARE:I'mIJ
.willaave ten times lts cost 'annually to every household.
Sold by, all proniinent Stationers; Druggists, Hardware
.and Furniture Dealers, Grocers and FareyStores..
C'ellutry inerchanta bieke lte "of SPAIDINGM
PREPARED GLUE, when ., makis op their list
stand Ay4.o li mate. febn dawly
" ribiter.B '---
a:A.LLIMAG.INAIBLE SIZES; PRICES,
~.titISTYLB.:A;ND QIIMZIESion hand'anotmanuractuo
pppArd,ppit,thecheapost rateivat,„ h
TEE ANAIGAILirtort or LANGudGrs.—There is a grow
ing tendeney 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, siginfl log "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 Electr , type and many others whose dis
tinction as foreign words has been worn away oy com
mon usage until they seem "native and to the manor
Ell 'u 'orrible 'eadacho this hafternoon, band I
steppedlnto the hapothecaries band says hi to the.man,
"Can you ho.se me of an readache ?' "Does it hacha
!ard" Pays 'e. "Ilexceedingly," says hi, hand upon that
.'e gave me a Cephalic nand 'pin me 'onor it cured
'me so quick that I 'ardly realised I 'ad 'ad an-'eadaohe.
ger Hitorhienz is the favorite sign by. which^ nature.
makes known any deviation whatever from the natural
state of the brain, and viewed in this light it may be
looked on as a safeguard intended to give notice of disease
which might otherwise escape attention, till too late to be
remedied; and its indications should never be neglected.
Headaches may be classified •under two names, viz:—
Symptomatif andidiopathic S ymptomatit . Headache is
exceedinglY Common and is the precursor di great va•
riety of diseases, among which are, Apoplexy, Dont,
Rheumatism and all febrile diseases. In its nervous
form it is sympathetic of disease-of the stomach =Mi.
toting rick •heaclache, of bepatiadtsease constituting pa
-lions headciehe, of worMS, constipation* and other disor
ders of the bowels, as -well- as renal and uterine effect
ions. Diseases of the heart are very frequently attend
ed with Headaches, Anemia anofplethoraaro also affec
t one whichilrequently occasion headache: Idioyathic
Headache is also 'Teri. common; being. usually distin
guished by the name. of wereoustheadacke, sometimes
coming on suddenly inastate of apparently sound health
and prostrating at once :the mental and physical energies,
and in other instances it comes on slowly,heralded by
„depression of spirits or acerbity of temper. _ . lnmost in
s tenses it comcs on slowly, heralded by depreseion of
acerbity of temper. In most instances the psin
;is intim front:of the head, over one or. both eyes, and
sometimes provoking vomiting; under this class may also
FOr the treatment of either class of Headache the De
phalle rills have been found a sure and safe remedy, re
.lievizig the most acute pains in a Jew minutes, and by its
subtile power eradicating the diseases of which Head
-ache is the unerring index.
ElpGhT.—Missue !wants you to send her a bon of Ce
phalic Glee, no; a _bottle of-Prepared` l'ilbs,-,Set
tbinking tbat , gnotjuSt It naither;_but perhaps. ye!lt• be
Muer, vowingwha.ti it la. -Yesee she's nigh dead and
gone - with tbe sick 'Reattach% and wants some - more of
that same as relaived heebelore.' • •
Druggist. —Y on must mean Spalding's:Cephalio Pills.
Bridgct. , -.oth I sure now and you've sed it f here's the
quarter asid . itiv me the Pilia . aod don't be all day about
Constipation or Costiveness.
No one of the "many 'l is heir to" is an preen
lent, so little understood, and so muchnegleCted as Cos
tiveness. Often origirating• in - 'eareleesness,'orseden-•
tary habits; it is regarded as.a slight disorder of two little
coimegneoce to excite anxiety; While inreality it is' . tho
precursor and companion of many of many of the Most
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 theusual
attendant, are Headache, Coliciftbelimatism; Fuel Breath,
Piles- and others of like nature, while a. long train of
frightful Mailmen , such as Malignatit4svere;Abcesses,
Dysentery, Diarrhoea, Dyspepsy, Apoplexy, Epilepsy,
Paralysis,Hysteria, Hypochondria - Ms, Melancholy and
Insanityfirst.ifidicate their presence in the system by
'this alarming symptom. Not unfreguently . the (Wease'
named 'originiite in Crnitipation, but lake. on an inde
pendent existence unless the cause is eradicated'. in an
early stag.e. From all these ceusiderattoni it that
the diMrdet , should. receive immediate attention when
ever it occurs, and no persowishaulffingletAto get,a box
of Cephalic Pills on thellret appearance of: tho complaint,
is their timely use will espei the'iiiiidnicia:aPPreahhl sr
disease and destrey thirdatigbriffiefoe to human life.
A Real lileashig.
Mrs. Jones ism Is that , headache t
Mrs...7aitesson • I Dactoi, ti ll'gone I the pill pin sent
cared mein jrist tviehty minutes, and 1 wish you would
send more so that I can have them handy. .
Physician.—You can get them at any Druggists. Call
for Cephalic rills, I find. they never fall,* and ricom
mend them in all cities of Headache.
Mrs Jonss.—l shall send for a box directly, end shall
tell all my suffering friends, for they are. a swat blauing.
TWENTY M 11.110218 or.Dommis FAVMl.—lifr. Spalding has
Sold two millions of bottles of his eelebrated Prepared
Glue and it is estimated that each bottle saves at least ten
dollars worth of brokee furidiere, thesthaktrig aneggre•
gregate of twenty Millions or dollankreclagzietlfrom total
loss by this valuable tuverition. Hatiug fade ; thi Glue
a household word, lie ncliriiiropostisio itti'the **id still
greater service by- puring ail the ActihNt. beads with his
Cephalic Pills, and if they : small : ooa as bli - Olne,l2islad.
aches will soon vanish 'sway like
41r Ovsn Examtanovr, and the ,mental care and anxie
ty incident to cleats attention to:builders or stagy; are
among the numerous causes etNervoUrEeaditeas. The
disordered state of: Mindilind 'body-hitideiitttorthbf ills
treesing complaint is fatal energy and am
bition. Sufferers by this ,disorder. , can_ always obtain
speedy relief from these distresSing attaeke by using one
of the Cephalic Pills whenever thesyinpAkras• appear--
It quiets the overtaskedbraini and Idwthei'the strained
and jarring nerves, and relaxer the tendon' of the sto
mach which always accompanies and aggravates tae dis
ordered condition of the brain.
nor Won= 'locownea.-11paldiagis Cephalic Pills are
a certain cure for Sick. Headache, Billious Headache,
Nervous Headache,'Ostiimiess 'arid Gnedial , Debility.
GERAT DIBCOVEBY:.I±IO3I . g the 'Mot ifriportantof all
the great tnediiial 'dieCoireriee this's:primly lie con
:sidered the systenrof vaccfrination.for protection. from
Small Pox, the Ceplualicrldifor,veliefior•Beadacite, and
the use of Quinine for the - prevention:offF_elrorsf either of
which Is a sure specific, whosebeaohts , will. be experi
enced by atifering humanity long after their discoverers
are forgotten: ,
*Sr D D you ever,haVe't,h .Sick 'Hendee4e P•Do you re
member rue thvibblog_itimplee; the fevered brow, the
loathing And disgust at the nightof food. How totally
unlit you Were for titetitturW, doirseraation or study. - One
of the Cephalk pins would have relieved you from all the
eittlerlitg . Whfch you then experienced. "For - this -and .
other purposes yurrshouldalivaystave &box of thenroh
hand to use as. occasion no:mires.
C p .
I fflient4 eat
'tun - " e•
s • .
tbe use of these Pills the:periodic atteubo tNer
Headache mhy be prevelited;aii dif taken e
the : ioriiineicenient - of all 'attack iintitediate relief fro
pain: and aleknesit may be obtained: - '
(They seldom fail in removing the IV - mum and:Headado
to which females are so subject. • •
They a ctgentlytmon the bosre4,..reMovhm.Chstiseneut
For literary Alen, Studentr, De)lcate .Females, and all
persons 'Otiederitary habits; they are teluable as a Lam;
fmPinving th 'ekigetini; giiti2giohe Mid rigortii the
digestive. Organs; and iestoring tles natural elesticltyind
strength et the whole system
The CI>IHAT.I6.IIIIII ttrelherresult'of long invest!
gallon and carafullfoonducted experiments; baying been
'in use In mani3Fears,'duthieuiliichltitie2hoglave.pre.
vented and relieved a ;east ainotint of.paipteid suffering
from Headache, 'whether orleaging 11 04 0 firK4 o lye
!sm or from a deranged state of the stersiy:A.
They are entirely vegetable in their eonneeittort, and
leaf Witakan it ail times with ioerttie r t • WrlthOut
'making aek:cluinge diet,.iwifUthetseifeiefaq iisia
gr"Nag take-macre ft 0 411.024dininirlikk Mask Cliackes,
BEWARE OF ,00IINTEREEIT6 1
Thesenuine have Ave signatures °Maury O. Zpidging
. . _
Sad Druggists and alt uthen•Deulessizt MedkW..
A Bli* willskl?y!ent:by;o4ll.l4.epgq Ogrratolitt
All orders ihottld lie oddioased to
; 111120 .1 r- 116S011412:04.
uovlirdAsely 48 CI ..88.1011 644 4 , thWT.11k=
DR. DARIUS HAI'S
AROMATIC INVIGORATING SPIRIT.
This Medicine has been used by the public for six wary
with increasing favor. It is recommended to Gen "
Dyspepsia, No-muss:es; H are-Barn, Cdic Pains,
Wiled in the Stomach, or Its ns in the Bowe ,
Headache, Drowsiness, kidney Com
plaints, Low Spirits Lk /trim
• INITIATES, IMi.astasm, 1 V G Al7O, EUT
WILL NOT INTOXICATE OR :TO
iS A MEDICINE it is quick nd effectu
al, curing the most aggravating case o Dyspepsia,
)kidney Complaints, and all other derange ett ul the
Stomach and Bowels, in a speedy manner.
It' will . instantly revive the most melaro ly as;
(trooping spirits, and restore the weak, nervous d air
ly to health, strength and vigor.
Persons who, from the injudicious use of liquors, have
become dejected, and their nervous systems shattered,
constitutions broken down and subject to that horrible
curse to humanity, the &Minx 'lump Es, will, almost
immediately, feel the happy and healthy invlgoraUng
ellicacy of Dr. Slam's Invigorating Spirit.
WHAT IT WILL DO.
Dees.—One wine glass full as often as necessary
One dose will remOs e all Bad Spirits.(
One dose will sure Heart-burn.
Three doses will cure Indigestion.
One Ogee will give you a Good Appetite.
(me 'dike will stop the distressing pains of lly Epics.
Onellosa will remove the distressing and dbacrettsble
effects or Wind or Flatulence, and as soon as the stomach
reeeiveisthe Invigorating Spirit, the distressing load and
all painful feelings will be removed.
Ond dose will remove the most distressing pains of Colic,
either in the stomach or bowels. ..
A few doses will remove all obstructions in the Kidney,
Bladder or Urinary Organs.
Persons who are seriously afflicted with any Kidney
Complaints are assured speedy relief by a dose or two,
and a radical cure by the use of one or two bottles.
Persons who, from dissipating too much over night, and
feel the evil effects of poisonous liquors, in vision bead
aches, Sickness at stomach, weakness, giddiness, its,
will find one destb will remove all bad feelings.
Ladies of weak and sickly constitutions; should take the
Invigorating Spirit three times a day ; it will make them
strong, healthy and happy, remove all obstructions and
irregularities from the menstrual organs, and restore the
bloom or health and beauty to the careworn face.
During pregnancy it will be found an invaluable medi.
ohm td remove disagreeable sentlations at the stomacb.
All• the proprietor asks is a trial, and to induce this, be
has put up the Invigorating Spirit in pint bottler, at fill
cents, quarts $l.
General Depot, 98 Water street, N. Y.
Wholesale Agent, Philadelphia, D. YOTT, & CO. and
tor-Bale in Harrisburg by C. A. Bannvart, D. W. Gross &
Co. and C. ll. 7 .Reller, and by all Druggists everywhere.
FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING
ONE PRICE GIFT
No. 607 CHESTNUT STREET.
A • superb stock of fine French, English and American
Viii. , Cltjrand Country trade, with'an unapproachable as
aortpuud,, of BIAGI MADIS IN at the lowest cash
Prtce. _ • _
ONE PRICE is asked, anda , GIFT of intrinsic
worthniid.use presentedmi, h each article sold.
Partionar attention paid to the Cwatomer department,
and garments : ;made andsent to order to any address.
In Inaugurating this new system of doing business,
GRANVILLE STOKES - Wald impress on the minds of
thsipatrons of his establishment, that the cost or the gift
Is.dedneMd from, and , nor added to the price of the arti
olo sold: His immensely increasing sales enabling hint
to not thasliberally, and at the same time to realize a
All *Nati guaranteed to give entire satisfaction.
CL OTHING EMPORIUM
60T CHESTNUT STREk.T. <
.D 3 30 ' - 'IA
. 'DRUG STORE.
JaE -UNDERSIGNED HAS OPENED
-Wholesale and Retail Drug and Prescription Store,
in'the Iron Front Relining, No. US Market street, lately
Seclipiedlby Mr. Eby, wehre can be found an euti renew
stock of Fresh and Pure Drugs Perfumery , Su. • COI:.
OIL,COAL• OIL LAMPS, Burning Fluid; Ale cbel Patent
Mutigines, Stationery, Fancy Articles ,. kn., Ac. We
.the agency for the sale of Kline's Celebrated Arti
ticialTeeth; to which we would o invite the attention of
By strict attention to business, and desire to please,
We rospectfung ask a share of. Public Patronage.
G. W. HILO.
N. B.—Prime Havana Segars and Tobacco constantly
FALL OF 1860.
OF FALL AND WINTER
-1101111. 1E" C) C:3O 3:0
IATE have just received a large and varied
assortment of.DRY GOODS, of every description,
to *Walt we invite the attention of purchasers,
Opened this morning, at •
CATHCART & BROTHERS.
No. 34 Market Square,
Next door to the Harrisburg Bank.
In making selections among the large and handsome
BQUA.BM BROCA BRAWL%
LONG CREME LAM BROCA BRAWLS,
;Nsw STYLI Swam BLARE= SHAWLS,
Sumo Loma DO DOS
BJCAL BOOT= PLAID DO
ALL Rune or lizsna' SHAWLS.
DRESS GOODS !
V! Delaines, Merinos,
:Poplins. Valenmes, Paramettas,
(Plain Merinos, Plaids, Velour Peps,
• Ashmeres, Silks, Traveling Goods, Chintzes,
Handsome Fig'd Cashmeres, Solferino, Shade of Maim :
.Lavellas, Rawlins Cloths, Mobairs,
- Superb Figured Merinos,
Everything itew, desirable and good, we can supp'y at
the lowest rates. CATHCART & BROTHER,
Next door to Harrisburg Back.
The cheapest and best in the city can be bed at
• . CATHCART & BROTHERS,
Muslims; Cassimeres, Gingharas,
Flannels, , Cloths, Drillings,
Tickings, • Vestings, Table Cloths,
Calicos, , Satinetts, Counterpaines,
Gipkory, Checks, Canton Flannels.
. Good Eit Muslim and Calicos.
GIVE is A CALL, AT
Oil No. 14 ILAIIKET SQUARE.
EMPLOYMENT.--$5O A MONTH AND
ALL EXPENSES PAI9.—An agent is wanted in
!every town end-coenty irt the United States, to engage In
a respectable and easy business, by which the a tAse
profits may certainly be realized. For full particulars
address Dr. HENRY WARNER, E 4 East Twelfth st
corner . of Broadway, New York City, Inclosing one ro
- FAMILY -BIBLES
THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT IN THE
_a_ 'CITY, at all prices from El 25 to 525 dollars each,
In _all the different styles of binding', for sale at
BERGNER'S CHEAP , Boom , ToltE ,
; sa 61 Market Street.
BANKING, STOCK, BILL AND
No. 28 South Second St., Harrisburg.
BONDS AND STOOKS FOR SAL
ii-Iturok4,ooo Harrisburg Bonds.
.4.o2t3lutreerof Harrisburg Bridge Company'.
70 • " " Gas Id