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, T AR R TBBURG
Monday Afternoon, January 21. 1561.
A STATED 'MEETING of the State Capital Guard
will be held at the Wigwam this evening, at
the usual hour.
GaVERNOR CURTIN has been called away from
the Capital by the sudden death of his mother
in-law, and will be absent two or three days.
The appointments not yet announced will be
made after his return.
DIOKINSON COLLEGE.—Fears are entertained
in respect to the continued existence of Dick
inson College, Pennsylvania. That institution
loses her charter when the Dumber of students
does not exceed ninety ; and should those from
the South secede, as they threaten, the number
will be reduced below this standard.
ANOTHER PARDON.—One George M' Kee, con•
victed of highway robbery last March, in Alle
gheny county, and eentenced to the penteutia
ry, was pardoned by Gov. Packer a few days
prior to the expiration of his official term.
TH E Comma for the benefit of the St. Law
rence Church, Front street, comes off to-mor
row evening. Some of the lest musical talent
.of the city having been secured for the occasion,
an unusually pleasant entertainment may be
ACCIDENT ON TUE ICs.—Yesterdaya small boy,
whose name we did not learn, while violating
the Sabbath by skating, fell ou the ice and cut
his head so badly that ho had to be assisted
Lome. Had the lad been instructed by his pa-
;"gents, to remember and keep holy the Sabbath
11ty ' the accident would not have happened.
CAMERON Coomr.—This county, named after
-our distinguished United States Senator, away
off in the northwestern regions of Pennsyl
,‘ 'van's, has at length been dilly organized. It
is formed out of parts of M'Kean, Potter and
counties, with Shippen as the county seat.
.t The Court House is not yet built, but the usual
';term of the County Court has been held.
PAINFUL ACCIDENT.—About a week ago 8
young man named John S. Boyer, a son of
Ir. W. W. Boyer, carriage maker, while work
4ng with a steel compass, accidentally wounded
'!s - 4u.'lnself on one of his lege, near the knee, the
• strument penetrating to such a depth as to
' rike the bone with considerable force. For
ree or tour days past he has suffered intense
:•4 v. : ,.from the effects of the wound.
• DDEN DEPANTURES. —About twelve o'clock
' turday night some of the constables made
%ddeu descent upon several disreputable in
'ltkuaa, in the upper section of the city,
dug a general stampede among the female
ipants, otost of whom left the city immedi
-, Two or three arrests were made, and
of thecaptured party made night hrideoue
her howls, while en route for the Alder
's office. A suspected gambling house was
visited by the officers, but no discoveries
made to confirm the suspicions entertained
regard to the establishment.
NERAL or A FIREMAN.—The funeral of Mr.
W. Boyer, whose death we announced in
_last issue, took place this afternoon, and
attended by the Citizen Fire Company, of
h he bad been an active member, and by
,gations of the other e,mpanies comprising
fire department. During the passage of
funeral cortegelhrongh the city the various
bells were tolled, and on some of the en
houses flags were displayed at half mast.
remains of Mr. Boyer were conveyed to the
story on the beautiful silver-mounted hose
ige of the Citizen .00rany, which was
fully thdrarr mourns g
drawn bY tembersti the company.—
d e clased was an upright and worthy young
, and highly esteemed by all who knew
OW IT WORKS.- COTTON COMING OVERTIMPFSN
,NTA Itsnatosm.--The Philadelphia Bulletin
that since the com.mencement of active se
. movements in the ; _,qouth, a great change
taken place in some of thew channels of trade
Ten the North and the Sott'th. The people
south Carolina have virtaa:ly destroyed
leston as a shipping port, ant: the trade
has hitherto found its way there n'ow seeks
outlets. Heretofore large guantiNes of
were sent from Memphis to Charlestom by
Memphis and Charleston Railroad, fi.nd
Charleston it was sent North by sea.—`
cotton now goes up the Mississippi and •
`lio rivers to Pittsburg. From Pittsburg
night east on the cars of the Pennsylva
lroad Company. The supplies for New
are sent from Philadelphia to Provi-
R. I. Trade that is dammed up at one
will find new channels for itself. The
1- ,onians, in putting an embargo upon
:t, are damaging themselves badly in
gts, and in the item of shipments of
they are not only hurting themselves,
helping Northern railroad companies.
[EATING REVIVAL MEETING.--The religious
meeting commenced more than a week
the Locust street Methodist church, con
to increase in interest. The sermon of
)r. Robinson, last evening, on the text,
t shall it profit a man if he gain the whole
and lose his own soul," was one of the
able and eloquent we have listened to for
time, abounding in beautiful illustra
genuine eloquence, powerful logic and
3werable arguments. At the close of the
m an invitation was extended to penitents.
anent themselves for prayer, and soon the
was crowded with young men and women,
of whom were happily converted. This
11 meeting promises to be among the
successful ever held here. Meetings will
every night the present week. Rev.
)binson will preach, this evening, on the
''On this stone shall, be seven eyes."
,a Wednesday evening he designs to preach a
tßexourse on "tbe three representative tempta
ns of young men," and we advise the young
en of our city to attend.
AN OLD SOLDIER WANTED.—We have a letter
before ug,requesting us to ascertain the where
abouts of ADAM Srmarras, a soldier of the war
of 1812. He is supposed to reside in this
neighborhood; and if living'he will please call
at our office without delay,as matters to his ad
vantage will be communicated to him. If he
should ha dead, a reasonable reward will be
paid to discover the locality of his heirs.
STATE TEMASIIIIRR.HOII. Henry D. Moore,
roc..ntly elected State Treasurer to fill the . va
cancy occasioned by the resignation of Col. Eli.
Slifer, was today elected for the full term,
commencing on the first Monday of May next.
Mr. MOore richly deserves this high honor
from the party he has so nobly and faithfully
served. 'me - will make a useful and popular
officer, and keep a watchful eye upon the in
terests of the financial department of the-gov
WORKINGTASN'S MIDITING.—At the preliminary
meeting of workingmen, on Saturday evening,
committees were appointed to Make arrange
ments fcr a mass meeting some evening this
week, and to select officers to preside on the oc
casion. ' The workingmen--the real "honeand
sinew" of the country—are more affected by
the present crisis than any other class of com
munity, and it is therefore eminently proper
for them to call meetings and give public ex
pression to their sentiments, irrespective of
party prejudices or political organizationi.
CHIEF CLERIC IN THE STATE DNPARTMENT.—Ina
recent issue we announced the appointment of
our young friend, Wm. W. - Hays, q., as De
puty Attorney General. An arrangement was,
however, subsequently made, satisfactory to all
the parties interested, by which Mr. Hays is
transferred to the State Department as Chief
Clerk, a position of greater importance and re
sponsibility, and affording a more remunerative
salary. Mr. Hays has been a zealous and con
sistent partizan, is a young man of high-toned
morality and undoubted integrity, and it af
fords us sincere pleasure to announce his ap
pointment to a responsible position which he is
so admirably qualified to fill. In this commu
nity, where he is well and favorably known, his
selection by the new Administration gives
POISON AND ITS REMEDY.-A medical journal
advises that if a person SWOOP'S poison delibe
rately, or by chance, instead of breaking out
into multitudinous and incoherent exclamations,
send some one for a doctor. Meanwhile, run
to the kitchen, get half a glass of water in any
thing that is handy, put it into a teaspoonful
of salt, and as much ground mustard, stir it an
instant, catch a firm hold of the person's nose,
the mouth will soon fly open—then down with
the mixture, and in a second or two up will
come the poison. This will answer better.in_a
large number of cases than anything else. If,
by this time, the physician has not arrived,
make the patient swallow the white of an egg,
followed by a cup of strong coffee, as antidotes
for any poison that remains In the stomach,
becausetheae_purify a 'Leroy number of poisons
thari any other accessible article. _ -
Tamura OF RESPEOT.-At a special meeting of
the Citizen Fire Engine and Bose Company,
held at their hall on Saturday evening, January
10th, 1861, the following preamble and resolu
tions were unanimously adopted, viz :
WHERWAS, it has pleased the Almighty, in
whose hands is the disposal of all His creatures,
to remove from our earthly , sphere of action to
another world, our late personal friend and
fellow-fireman, Joni; W. Bonze : Therefore be
Resolved, That in the decease of Jolts W.
BOYF.R the Fire Department has lost one of. its
most useful and active members, who in the
discharge of his various duties had acquired a
reputation as honorable as it was well earned.
Resolved, That in view of this dispensation of
Providence, we tender ourthearty sympathies
and condolence to the family and relations of
Resolved, That as a mark of respect for the
memory of our deceased brother, we attend the,
Ap a , (F, _FL b. lothe the hall and ap
pitricra 47-1.4 - - ' thirty
Resolved, That the foiego n• :am
resolutions be published in the city papers, and
that a copy of the same be presented to the
family by the Secretary.
C. Smug, President.
Attest :—I. T. Bowmen, Bee' y.
DEB FURNITURE FOR THE GovERNOR'S HOWE.-
A correspondent in last Saturday's Telegraph
called our attention to the appropriation made
by the State for the purchase of, furniture for
. dri , .
the Governor's Mansion. We have ce ascer
tained facts which place the matter in a still
worse light. It appears that Gov. Packer sent
a list of furniture, on hand, to Mrs. Curtin, by
Mr. Dougherty, the Commissioner appointed
by him to do the buying, for which the sum of
$1,300 was demanded. In this list, the carpet,
Over three hundred yards), in use for three
years, was valued at $1 60 per yard ; a bedstead,
used about eight years, at $BO ; chairs, which
had been used for three yeais, at $2O each.
The other items mentioned •*Are valued at
proportionate rates. The friends of Mr. and
Mrs. Curtin were at once Consulted about the
matter, who, of course, expressed theif indig
nation at the attempt to palm off the Old-fur
niture at fabulous prices, and declined"the pur
chase. We must hem do Mr. Doughtirty full
justice by saying that he did not insist upim
the purchase of the articles named by Governor
Packer ; but after examination and negotiation, l
it was finally agreed to take a portion of the
goods, and an arrangement' was finally Made,
by which old furniture to the amount of upwards
of $7OO remains in the mansion, including the
chairs at $2O each. We express the sentiments
of all our citizens, adieu we say that it is an
outrage to ask the lady , of a new Governor to
use the second-hand furniture of an out-going
administration. The State ought to provide a
suitable mansion, and then let every new-Gov-'
ernor furnish the same at his own expense ;'
but when the Legislature made an appropria
tion, Governor Packer ought to have- handed
the matter of purchaie over -to , the lady of Gov=
ernor Curtin, who is fully competent to `make her
own selections, and no complaint would hive
been entered against it. The result shows- con
clusivelyto our mind that Gov. Packer urged the
appropriation for new furniture in order.tddis
we ask every candid readek whatherrthe course
of Governor - Packer, to sarthe least, does, not
look very sruipiniuus?
tititopluania- Mails ,illontrav afternoon, ,Tranuarg 21, 1861
INHIAAN . Trizenthar.L—On Friday night last,
a man nimed_Joseph Sullenberger,- residing in
Broad street, west of. Third, while under the
influence of liquor, beat his wife to such_an,
extent that she was obliged to flee to , the neigh.
bon} In he trader garmertts,whicb the unfeeling
hnstemilliareellytointroth her. What makes
the offence more aggravated is the fact that
Mrs. S. bad been confined lint ten days previ
ously. The 'people of that section were So in
'tensed that., they - could.: scarcely keep their
hands off roffran.
TwsrainDrenner Nontrar. SOHOM—The State
Superintendent of Commom Schools, Dr Bur=.
rowes, wit t lt.the committee appointed by Cloy:' ,
Packer fekthe inspection' and recognition of a
State Notritel School in the Twelfth District, at
Edinboro, Erie county, left this city to-daflor
the discharge -oftheir duties..s The committee
consist of ex-Governor Bitner, Dr. John B. M'-
Clintock, of Pittsburg,Zacob Turney, of Greens
burg, and,lienff Peiffenbach, of Clinton.—
The County Superintendent! of the several
counties composing the twelfth - district are ex
effthio members'of this Sothruittee W. Sav
age, of Erie,. S: -R. Thompson, of Crawford,
Charles Dale,` 4 iifVeitango; John A. If °end
less, of 114rcerorod S. Morrison, of Lawrence.
They are to meet at Edinloro, on Wednesday the
2gd, to decide whether the school, the build
ings and the grounds are equal to ,the require
mente of the law. We understand that ten
acres of ground have been purchased, that four
buildings have been' erected, sufficiently large
to accommodate three hundred students with
class rooms and dormitories, and a hall to seat
a thomtand persons, and that the little village
of Edinboro, of less than twelve hundred in
habitants, has raised by voluntary subscrip
tion almost the entire amount of money neces
sary to meet
-the expense. Such liberality de
serves success, and we have no doubt theit the
prosperity of that village will be commensurate
with its enterprise. , • .
Tim Pears ow Primo Pr,,toss.—The following,
which we clip from a New York paper, is so
well-timed' and exactly in conformity with our
own sentiments, that we cannot resist the
temptation of republishing it, with the remark
that ihaltints are just as applicable to our own
public places as to those of other cities : :- •
"We propose to say a few words about cer
tain classes who infest places of public resort—
lectures, concerts, • and, . we %UP
pose, in all other cities.-Among those to whom
we allude,qtray be font:lathe:tall man,--who per
sistently sits in , front ofyou, Continually on the
dodge to. get a glimpse at the lecturer or per
formers ; the good-looking, well-dressed man,
who, with an idea that he is-swindling-the-au-I
dience into the belief that he is looking for ._a
Seat, walks pompously the whole width of the
room between you and the stage, in order to
'show off' ; there is a 'smart'- young lady who
sits behind you and while ostensibly addreas-1
ing her friend beside her, regales your ears ‘Vitli
-a-list of her wardrobe and the recital of the
personal history of each of her acquaintances—
the names of the young gentlemen she danced
with at the !eat 'hop,' and also the names .of
those with whom she refused to dance—throw
ing in, perhaps, _the asseverations - that she
:knows every one on this and the two : neat
.seats ; there is the fast young man who sits in
the gallery„and vociferpusly shouts encore, and
etampstn - accoinpairimenttotha-martic, If there
be any ; there is the man with the heavy boots,
who, timing an interesting period in the enter
tainment, when perfect silence is desirable,
stalks up stasis or through' the aisles, 'Coming
down' emphatically with pegged soles, and
knocking over a chair or stool if such an article
is unluckily in his, way L-creating a general con
fusion, attracting all eyes to him, and calling
upon his head a deep breathed = mental curse
from those who have been disturbed by his
clownish lack of breeding ; there is a boy, who
at the eud of every part or act, places his
fingers to his mouth, pierces your 'ears•with a
shrill whistle, and removes them- only by. a
shout 'hi ! hi !'—the parent of such a boy
should annoint him copiously with what, in
Young days, was detiominated 'hickory
These people are all egregious nuisances; they
have no business hum& places. If we might
be allowed to indulge in -a Milesian figure of
speech, we *aid affirm that, in such places,
they are' entirely out of place. To such we
would say, either stay , at home until you learn
to conduot yourielf With a proper regard for
the comfort and feelings of others, or go any
where except to a respectable' place of public
some period period of her
clue" as "Duper/ • lden Pills," advertised
in another colkt ~."The ingredients composing
these pills are made known to every agent sell
ing Ahem, and they will tell you, they (the
pills) are perfectly harmless, yet `;they` will per
form all claimed for them. "One of the first
ladies" of Williamsport, Pa., who has used
them successfully several times says she would
not be without them if she had.to pay $5..00
'a box. Read this, one cer tificate , out of thou
sands, "endorsed as it is," by the leading drug
gists in the city of Utica, N. Y.
ONE or ras Misr LADIES in Utica, N. Y.,
called upon my agents in that city, (Kr. Wm.
Bristol & C 0.,) and told them that she, of
course, did not wish her name made , public,
but if any one should doubt the efficacy of Da.
Derosco's Golden Pills, they might refer any
lady.to her, as she considered it a duty, as well
as apleasure, to relate her Imdwledge of their
efficacy, as administered to , her daughter, a
young lady 17 years old. She was fast going
into consumption—had taken cold—nature be
oame obstructed. TWO &all
,of these Golden
Pills entirely cared her, and . she is now in ro
bust health. -
Ann yet another extract from a letter from a
lady in Albany :
Da. J. Durosoo.--Diar Sir :—I have pur
chased of your agent here, (Mr. C. Frothing
ham,. druggistj.four boxes of pills. I was de
termmegito give them a fair trial. The result
is, I am in sound health and feel more life, ani
mation, and an invigoration of my whole sys
tem than ever. I used your Pills for .the
Whites, Oh! how much I have suffered no one
can tell for the last six years, daring which
time my husband has paid„over $250 for medi
cal fees ; but all to no purpose. Yet, by spend
ing, for your pills, the sum of four dollars, I
am entirely cured: xI shall always recommend
thom to my friends, and would not be without
them if the price were $5 instead of $l. Your
agent, Mr. Frothingham, inferno' me he is
selling large quantities of your Golden Pills,
and he says they are‘giving universal cattisfact
Why suffer, when for "one dollar" you can
be cured?'Charles A. Bannvart.is the sole
agent for Harrisburg, adjoining Jones' Hotel.
E. T. Miller, York, Pa. J. A. Wolf, Wrights
villa. D. H. iteltslitt, Lancaster. Derby &
Bro., Williamsport. B. S.' Stevens„ Beading,
and; one druggist ` in.every
See advertisement headed "A Card to La
Iffritiliates New Gratnater‘ Arias son 1861.
is Mitchell's latest and best attempt to
furnish the American people with a complete
Atlas; comprising a series of seventy-six maps
and plans of different cities In the United I
States, With a full and accurate list of post of-
Tuias, arranged In alphabetical order, numbering
some twenty-five thousand, and corrected cen
sus of the principal towns and cities according
to the latest returns,and other statistical know
ledge so important to every man of business.
Its maps are clear and distinct. The bounda
ries of each county and State are plain and dis
tinct, the coloring beautiful, alic-mbining to
'make it ono of the most attractive and desira
ble wotks for the drawing-room or center table
.7-A work, every family ought to possess—while
the low price at which it is furnished, places it
within the reach of families of nioderate means.
The engravings are entirely new, being gotten
up expressly for this Work, and'give &clearness
to the lettering and lines of demarkation of
the different Countri es, seldom met with.
The work is sold only by agents and can be
procured of .the agent who is now visiting this
URGE AMVAX, or Nsw Gooss.--Tirs CHF/LP
119T GOODS OMR= Yar.-2,000 yards Canton
flannel at 10 cents, worth 12 cents, 2,000
Buds' bleached 4-4 muslin at 10 cents, worthl2
cents. 100 Pe beautiful new style print at 10
cents, worth 12 cents. 60 Pe print at 7 and 8
cents, worth 12 cents, warranted fast color.-
1,500 yards of unbleaclxl muslin at 10 cents,
the beat ever made for the price. 1,000 under
shirts and drawers at 60, 62 and 76 cents.—
Socks and and ladies stockings a large variety.
Our whole stock of winter goods,. such as
Shawls, De Laines, Pant Stuff, Cloth, and all
kinds of Flannels I will sell off at coat. Now
is the time to get bargains. S. Lswv, at
Rhoads' old corner.
Davie Pain Killer.
No MEDICINE is more prompt in its action in
cases of Cholera, Cholera Morton, &c., than Perry Davis)
Pain Killer. It 1B tie - acknowiledgetrantidate which sel
dom fails if applied in its early symptoms. No family
hould be without a bottle of it always on hand.
The stain on linen from the use of the Pain Killer Is
easily removed by washing in alcohol.
Davis' Pain Killai.seems particularly efficacious; In
holera merlins, bowel complaints, and other diseases
Which - the natives' or Thumb, from their unwholesome
style of living, are peenliarly exposed. It i s a valuable
antidote to the poison of Centipedes, Scorpions, hornets,
&c. REV. - J. BENJAMIN,
Late missionary in Hannah.
__Sold by all druggists, grocers and. medicine dealers
laroughont the United-States and Canadas. nll3-Im
THE.GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY
SIR JAMES CLARKE'S
CELEBRATED FEMALE PILLS.
Prepared. from a Prescription of Sir J. Clarke, M. D.,
Phyncian Extraordinary to the. Queen.
.This Invaluable medioine is unfailing in the cure of all
thosapaistral and dangerous diseases to which the female
constitution subject. It moderates all excess and re
moves all obstructions, and a speedy cure may be
9i'o MARRIED LADIES
it is peculiarly suited It will, in a short lime, bring on
the, monthly period withregularity.
mattirrontree Ono • 11011nr, boar.a.netkrver ". :
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These Pale should not be taken by females during the
FIRST MULE RORTIZSof Pregnaucy, adfhey arena's
to bring on Miscarriage, but at any other time they are
in all , cases of Nervous and Spinal affections', Paift in
the Back and Limbs, Fatigue on slight eiertion; Palpita
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effect a cure when all other means have failed ; and al•
though a pewerftl remedy, do not contain iron, calomel,
antimony, or any thing 'hurtful - to the constitution.
Full directions in the pamphlet arownd each package,
whickshould be carefully preserved.
N. 8.81.00 and 6 postaaw stamps enclosed to any an
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by return meU. -
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SALT RHEUM AND SCROFULA,
,SALT = RHEUM; SCROFULA, SCALD IMAD,
FEVER SORES, RING-WORMS, BAB
e •O y:e ;J:
This Ointment bears no resemblance to ay other ex
kernel remedy at present 'before the world. The mode 0
its operation Is peculiar.
t penetrates - too the basis of the disease—goes to let
ix ay s ource -ind dares it from the flesh beneath to the .
/in on the surface:
Other outward applications for Scrofula, Salt Rheum,
Sic, operate dettetward, thus driving the disorder inwards;
and often occasioning terrible internal-maladies. -
NomePe earnaorr, on the contrary, throws the poison
of the disease wring, and every particle of it is die.
charged llama ores. " ,
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Hash; oonseqizien, there can Deno reign. '
Victimarous and - eruptivadomplaints, who have
tried evertrefeseional,inedit oftreetansoKantreieryad
vertised cniative.witheicr - iener, le . a ,t er l a b;
and expeditious the evils you'exidult. A
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Since Ina drat Introduction ? the properties of the Oint
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hat into* ileiled - iliabesapiedidarskiki in: the eciuntiry,
and upon which the healing springs pro
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Xiiii Lar4w 50 Cosi&
GERRIT - HORTON, Chemist, Proprietor, hlaiiYork.
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DR. OHEESMAN'B PiLLS,
Prepared by CorneliusL. Oheemman, M. D.,
MITE combination of ingredients in these
Pills are the result of a long and extensive practice.
They are mild in their operation, and certain in correcting
all,irregularities, Painlui Menstruation, removing all ob.
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limbs, disturbed sleep, which arise froze interruption
TJ 111.A.RRDID , LADIES,
Dr, Cheesenum'a Pills are invaluable, as they will bring
on the monthly perlaiwith regularity. ladlee who have
beendloappohtted 1n .the me of other Pills can pilot) the
utmost imadenee in Dr. Cheesemants pills doing ail that
they represent to do.
Dare is one coaditiokof ate female eyeless .sokiek Me
MS camel be tabus mahout psoductug a PEOULLIR
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the musk .11LSOAREILIGN. Such is Me irresiehNe
tendency of th e
. saldicihe to restore he usual 'motto' ns to a
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nature cannot raid&
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company each box. Price R. Sent by mail on enclosing
$1 to Di:X(O=M L. Onmaintarr, Box 4,631 Post Olßee ,
New 'Pik Oty,
Sold by one t Nggist in everitown lathe United Staten •
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I si ham ati WholowagH4watra should ba radr.o.Q.
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THIS SPLENDID HAIR DYE has no
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invigorates the Hair for life. None are genuine unless
signed Batchelor Sold everywhere.
ERAS. BATCHELOR, Proprietor.
81 Barelay Street, Ne 4 , York
WEAKNESS AND DEBILITY.—AH who stiffer
front weakness or debility, where there is a want of en
ergy, should at once,have recourse to JUDSON'S MOUN
TAIN HERB PILLS. They immediately purify the blood,
and net upon the mainspring of life, giving strength and
vigor to the system. Young persons entering into wo
manhood, with a derangement of tte functions ; and to
mothers at the turn of life, these Pills will be most effi
cacious In correcting the , tide of life that may be on the
turn. Young and elderly men surer in a similar manner
at the same periods, when there is always danger, they
should therefore undergo a course of this purifying me
dicine; which ensures lasting health.
•This greet Household Medicine ranks among the lead
ing necessaries of life as it is well known to the world
that it cures complai nts other remedies cannot reach ;
this fact Is as well established as that the Sun lights the
&Id by all medicine dealers.
IT as A. C9maaorr QBEMMVATION that there are
more sufferers from debility, among Americans, than
can be fermi among any other civilized nation. The
reason is obvious. We take toe little exercise, and for
get the wants of the body in the absorbing pursuits of
business. In all such oases, ordinary medicines can do
little good. What is required is just such a tonic and In
vigorator as Dr. J. Hostetter has given to the world, In
his CELEBRATED .rerrnas.” The weak and nervous
denizen of the counting home, the exhausted toiler upon
the shop-board, and the prostrated student of the mid
night lamp hive found a wonderful regenerator in the
ers," and prefer it to more pretentious, but less ef
ficacious medicines. But it should not be forgotten that
the agent which is so magical in its influence upon a
frame which is merely debilitated, is equally powerful
in assisting nature to expel the most terrible forms of
disease. Who would not give it a trial?
Sold by 'druggists and dealers everywhere.
Wtee advertisement in another column.
A CARE TO THE LADIES.
DR. DIIPONOO'S GOLDEN PILLS
Inhdlible in correcting, regulating, and removing all
obstructions, from whatever cause, and al.
ways successful as a proven,
THESE PILLS HAVE BEEN USED BY
the doctors for many years, both in France and
America, with unparalleled success in every ease ; and
he is urged by many tisousana ladles who used them, to
make the Pills public for the alleviation of those suffering
from any irregularities whatever, as well as to prevent
an' increase of family where health will not penult it.—
Females particularly situated, or those supposing them
selves so, are cautioned against these Pills while in that
condition-as they are sure to produce miscarriage, and
the proprietor assumes no responsibility after this ltdmo ,,
union, although their mildness would prevent any mks
chief . to health—otherwise the Pills are recommended.
Full and explicit directions accommuty each box. Pries
81 00 per box. fold wholesale and retail by
CHARLIE A. BANNVART, Druggist,
No. 2 Jones Row,Harrisburg, Pa.,
"ladles," by sending him Si 00 to the Harrisburg
Post Office, can have the Pills sent free of observation to
any part of the country (confidentially) and "free of pos
tage" by mall. Sold aluo by S. s. Grams, Reading,
JOHYSON, HOLLOWAY & Cownien Philadelphia, J. L. Lim
=RISEN Leharion, DANIEL H. lierrstro, Lancaster; J. A.
Wow, Wrightsville ; B. T. bintsn, York ; and by one
dr u ggist in 'every city and village in the Union, and by
S. D. How, sole proprietor, New York.
N. 13.—Look out for counterfeits. Buy no Golden Pills
of any kind Unless every box is signed S. D. /lowa. All
others are a base imposition and unsafe; therefore, as
you value your lives and health, (to say nothing of be•
log humbugged out of your money,) buy only of those
who show the signature of S. D. Howe on every box,
which has recently been added on account of the Fills
log counterfeited. deB-dwaswly.
n~A, Care Cough, Cold, Hoarseness, influ
• ensa, ang Irrllation Cr &roma sf •
4 : - EF. - Li+ the Throat, Xtelinn the Harking
oNGH I AI Cough in Csusuaroplim, Bren
t., he Asthma, and Catarrh,
Cland giro f. strength to
~Ftoct ' I Of
and MSGER S
Few are aware or the importance of checking a Cough
or "Common Cold" in its first stage ; that which in the
beginning would yield to a mild remedy, r neglected, soon
attacks the Lungs. "BROWN'S BRONCHIAL TILL CHER,'
containing demulcent ingredients, allay Pulmonary and
"hat trouble In my Throat, (for which
the - "TROCHES" are a specific) haying
made me often a mere nhisperer."
N. P. WILLIS.
"I recommend their use to Public
REV. E. H. CHAPRV.
"Have proved extremely serviceable
REV. HENRY WARD BEECHER.
"Almost instant relief in the distressing
labor of breathing peculiar to Astbma.”
REV. A. C. EGGLESTON.
"Contain no Opium or anything Injuri
ous:, DR. A. A. RATES,
"A simple and pleasant combination for
DR. G. F. BIGELOW.
"Beneficial in Bronchitis '•
DR. J. F. W. LANE,
"I have proved them excellent for
*Beneficial when compelled to speak,
suffering from Cold."
REV. S. .1. P. ANDERSON,
“Effeetnal in removing Hoarceneas and
Irritation of the Throat, co common with
Speakers and Singers: ,
Prof. M. STACY JOHNSON,
La Grange, Ga.
Teacher of Music, Southern
"Great benefit when taken before and
after preaching, as they provost Hoarse
ness. From their past effect, think they
will be of permanent advantage to me.”
IMP. H. ROWLEY, A. H.,
Preside:dor Athens College, Than.
[Sold by all Druggists at 25 °salsa box.
PROF. ADOLPH P. TEUPSER,
(XTOIILD respectfully inform his old
patrons and the public generally, that he will
continue to give instreettons on the" PIANO FORTH, ME.
LODEON VIOLIN and also in the science of THOROUGH
SASS. He will w'th pleasure wait upon .pupils at their
homes at any hour desired, or lessons :will be given at
his residence, la Third street, a few doors below the
Germanreformed Church. deol6-dtf
A NEW AND FINE. ASSORTMENT
At all prlces,for sale at
S 1 Market Street
W W. HAYS,
Third, Harrisburg, Pa.
r4p davit &
ALWAYS SOMETHING NEW !
STILL SOMETHING WHICH HAS
THE TEST OP YEARS AND STILL
MORE AND MORE POPULAR EVERY DAY
OTHERS SAY OF IT,
A Distinguished St. Louis Physician Writ a
Sr. Louis, July 1 0,1850.
0.. T. WOOD, Esq : Dear Sir • Ito Ame the pleasure
11,13 A satisfaction to transmit to you the beneticisl effects
of your Hair Restorative, after a trial of five t ears. I
commenced using your . Restorative In January, 18ie,
since which tima I have not been without a battle on
hand. When I commenced the use, my hair was quite
thin, and at least oie-third gray. A few applicatioss
stopped Its turning, and in three weeks time there was
not a grarhair te be noticed, neither has there been up
to this time. .
After my hair was completely restored, 'continued its
use by applying two or three times per month. My hair
has ever c ntinned healthy, soft and glossy, and my
scalp perfectly free from dandruff I do not imagine the
fa ets above mentioned will be of any particular advan
tage to yon, or even flatter your vanity at this labs day,
ea I am well aware they are all known already and even
more wonderful ones throughout the Union. I have oc
cupied my time in traveling the greater part of the lime
tho past three years, and have taken pride and pleasure
in recommending your Best wative, and exhibiting its
effects in my own case. In several instances I have met
with people that have pronounced it a humbug ; saying
they have used it and without effect. In every interne,
however, it proved, by probing the matter, that they
had not used your article at all, but had used some new
article said. to be as good Si yours, and selling at about
half the price. I have noticed two or three articles my
self advertised as above, which I have no doubt are
humbugs. It is astonishing that people will patronise
an article of no reputation, when there is one at band
that has been proved beyond a doubt.
Apparently some of those obarltans have not brains
enough to write al advertisement, as I notice they have
copied yours word for word in several instances, merely
Inserting some other name in place of yours.
L hase t witbla the past eve years, seen and talked with
morethan two thousand persons that have used your
preparation with perfect SIIMEII3--801110 for baldness,
gray hair, scald head, dandruff, and every disease the
scalp and head aro subject to.. •
I called to see you personally at your original place of
business here, but learned you wore now living in New
Yon are at liberty to publish this or refer parties to
me. Any communication addressed tome, case box No.
l i n% will be promptly answered.
JAM WWTE, M. D.
. WARM &Mena, Perry Co., Pa., June 7, 18561.
Prof. WOOD, Dear was induced more than a
year ago to try your valuable Hair Restorative for the
purpose of cleansing my bead of dandrolf. I bad suffered
with it upon my head for years, and had never been able
to get anything to do me any good in removing it, at
though I had tried many preparations, until I saw your
advertisement in a Harrisburg paper. Being there at
the time, I called at Gross & Kunkle's drug store, And
bought a bottle, and now am prepared to recommend it
to universal use, for it has completely removedall &Ind•
ruff from my head, and an application once ha two weeks
keep! it free from any Rotting or other unpleasantness.—
I must also state that my hair bad become quite white
in places, and, by the use of your preparation, has been
restored to its original color. la m now 50 years of age,
and although I have used two bottles of the Restorative,
no ens has any knowledge of it, as I allow a few gray
hairs to remain In order to have my appearance com
port with my age. My head is now of less trouble to me
in keeping tt clean, ao., than at any time since I have
been a child. I consider your preparation of great value,
and, although]. do not like to expose myself, I consider it
my duty to do so. You can use this or any part of it is
any shape you think proper, if it is worth any thing to
you. Yours- drc.
IkOCElNciroar, Ind., July 30 2 1559.
Dan Bra : I hare send you a statement that I think
you are entitled to the benefit of. I am a rsideut of
Bloomington, and hive been here for over thirty years.
lam now over fifty years of age. For about twenty years
past my hair has. been turning considerably, gray, and
was almost entirely: White and very stiff anti unpliaot. I
bad seen &number of certificates of the very wonderful
effect of your Hair BatOrative but sup, used there was
mare fiction than trail , in them: but entertaining &strong
desire to have my hair, if possible, restored to its origi
nal color and ffieneea, as It was in my younger days a
beautiful black, I concluded I Would make the experi
ment commencing in a small way. I purchased one of
your small bottles, at one dollar, and commenced using,
following directions as nearly as I could. I aeon discov
ered the dandruffremoved, and my heir, that was failing
off in large quantities, was considerably tightened,Und a
radical change taking place In the color. I have contin
ued to use It, till I have used three of your small botdeii
and just began on the fourth. I have now as.pretty a
head of dark brown, or light black hair as any man, or
as I had in my youthful days, when a boy in therlaills of
Western Virginia. My head is entirely clear of dandruff,
and the hair ceased entirely falling off and is as soft and
fine, and feels at oily, as though it wa i just from the
hands of a French champooner. Many of my aceitudntan
ces frequently say to me "Butler, where did 3, on get that
Hue wig ?" I tell them it wes the effect of your Restora
tive. It is almost impossible to convince them that it is
the original hair of the cam i old gray head.
FRO.DERIGII T. BUTLER,
Bloomington, Monroe Co., Ind.
WOOD'S HAIR RISTORLITYE has acquired a reputallot
Pram actual test and experiment which cannot be en •
harmed by newspaper puffs. In our vicinity it has been
extensively used, and we believe in every case with every
desired result, and received the universal endorsement of
all who have tiled it. We therefore recommend it as one
of those few nostrums which accomplishes all it profess
es, and all the bald and gray could desire.—Columbia
PROF, WOOD'S HAIR RXSTORATIVII.--In another column
will be found an advertisement of this well known and
excellent preparation for restoring gray hair to Its origi•
nal color. The Hair Restorative also cures cutaneous
eruptions, and prevents the hair falling off. We have
testimonlall in proof of these &iner
tial soMe tlekkep_ whom we have
known for many yelirs -
character. Don't dye till on have trio tine.
Boston Mtn Branch.
Worm's Ham RBSTORATIVB.—We aro not In the habit of
puffing every new discovery, for in nine cases out of ten
they are quack nostrums, but we take great pleasure iu
racommending Professor Wcodht article to all whose,Natr
is falling off or turning gray. Our well known contilon
tor, Finley Johnson, Bal., has experienced the benefit of
US application, and Joins with us In speaking of its virtues.
Let all try it, and bald heads will be as tare as snow in
WOOD'S HAIR BESIORATIVE. —Unlike most specifics, this
is proved, by unimpe cbable evldea ce to possess great
efficacy as a restorer of the hair to pristine vigor. Where
the head bad become almost bald because of sickness,
the use of this article has produced a beautiful growth of
thick, glossy hair. It is therefore a valuable prepara
tion for all classes. Its ingredient , are such as to effectu
ally eradicates -dandruff and other Impurities, which
operate so injuriously to the hair. It also has curative
properties of another description. In many cases pim
ples and ether disfigurements of the skiu disappear wher
ever it is used. There is no hazard attaching to the trial
of hls remedy; and its effects can only be 1 eneficial, as
the compound if it does not cacao a mrnifest Improve
ment, is-incapable of doing harm, - ati its component ele
ments are perfectly innocuous.--/katon Transcript, .April
A Gramme Boos.—in our capacity as conductor of a
public Journal, we are called upon to advertise the cure
alls of the day, each or 'Which claims to ba unadulterated
in its eomemition and Infallible in it: curative effects,
with what Justice we leave our readers to deferrable. Is
one instance, however—Prof. Woo t's Hair Restorative
—we are so well assured of the notable qualitlet of the
article, that we give it our indorsement as all that Its In
ventor Ord vender claim it to be. Its effect upon a failing
head of hair is universally known to be magical. Like
lime or guano on exhausted laud, it brings its crop whet•
ever applied: Our own thatch is fortunately very heal
thy, but we adVise our friends with sparseiy-grawing
hair to try the Restorative.—Cotunttla Spy.
aim Ham DYES ABANDONIM.—Word ' s Oread Article has
Token the Field.—Promesor Wood stands on an eminence
no olgira t ist, whose attention has beenturned to InvonUng,-
a hair Onto, has ever before reached; His famelstutai
len bat world-wide,4and thousaud.s who have worn wigs
or bean bald for years are now, throe& the • use of his
preparation, wearing their own natural and luxuriant
bead covering. So much for chemistry, the chemistry
of human life, and the laws which apply to the functions
of the systole. Prof. Wnodatudied out the human hair,
is charaoter, Its properties and diseases, and how to re
atore the decaying vLtality to that ornament ; be saw, as
in his own case that gray,hair Is unnatural unless the
age of the individual has.reached four =core, and ho be
lieved that the hair could be naturally revitalized. He
tried his own case—almost bald and • quite gray, at the
age of thirty-seven—he restored his own hair in color,
strength and luxuriance, add the- article he did it with
he gave to the world. Get W0.af9.3 Haig RBSTORA
FIVS, and lake nothing else.--fifew Terk'Day Book.
• - DEPOTS:
No. 1-14._Brirdway, New York, and No. U
—ACirket- stiviet..llt. lota, Mo. -
Sold tu. Batton Eby Ix Cj opopwm & co., and AL 0 .
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