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BLOCKADE OF THE MISSISSIPPI
Cannon Planted on the Banks.
VESSELS BROUGHT TO
INFAMOUS TREATMENT OF NOR
WASHVGTON, January 24. :
Much indignation is excited here by the intel
ligence that cannon has been planted on the banks
of the Lower Mississippi, to interrupt commerce
_ and endanger the lives of unoffending Citizens.
When this outrage was recently charged in the
speeches of Mr. Gurley and others, it was indig
nantly denied by Southern members. The con
firmation now convicts them of misrepresenta
tion. Such outrageous proceedings may pre
cipitate bloodshed, and, if it once begins on
that river the traitors will be wiped out of ex
Respectable Northern men engaged in trade,
and well known along the Mississippi, have
been infamously maltreated on mere suspicion'
of having voted for Mr. Lincoln:
MARKETS BY . TELEGRAPH.
PHILADELPHIA. Jan. 24
Flour dull under the account from Europe
and tbeiprices rather weak. There is no ship
ping demand. The sales are confined to the
wants of the trade, at $6 84(036 60 for super-,
flue, $6 627@,.5 75 for extra.
Rye flour steady at $4 and corn meal at $3.
Demand for wheattfallen off, and-rmly 3,000
bus. red cold at $1,30@1,32.- • -Rye steady at
75 cts , and corn drill and prices hardly main
t fined ; salt•s of 2,500 bus new yellow -at 64
cis., and old at 70 cts. Oats steady at Ml®
84 cts. Pork firmer; 200 bbls. mats at $18,50.
Green meats advancing. 'Lard steady at 107
cts. in bbls., and 11 in-kegs. Sales of Ohio
whiskey at 14®19 cts. • • •
Floor ,dull—Howard and. Ohio . Flour $5 50.
City Mills $ 5.25.. Wheat,tiull--red $l. WO,
1 35 ; white $1.40®1 60, Corn steady—salts
of yellow at 63@,u5, cts white 68,074 eti.—
Provisions firm. ' Mess Pork $lB. Lard 104 ,
cts Rio coffee
.12@,18.cts. Whiskei dull at
Flour heavy ; 6000 IC& solcl at 66. deoline.
State 6 10®5 15 ; Ohio's . 66(4575 ; Southern
5 100.6. Wheat declining - and Nikon:llin*
1 cent lower. Corn dull ; 10,00Ib brie.- Sold
mixed, 67(368. New Southern yPllow 64365.
Pork quiet ; mess, 18 ; prime, $l9. Lard stea
dy, 10yy,101. Whisky dull at 18.
Motion of a Vatted States Senator. -
MADISON, Wis., an 23, 1861.
Timothy 0. Howe, the Republican caucus
nominee, was elected United States-Senator by.
the Legislature to-day. . - -
Davis' Pain Killer.
No MEDICINE is mare prom pt.in,ats actioniri
cases of Cholera, Cholera trtorbus, than Perry Davis?
Pain Killer. It is the acknowledged antidote which eel
dela faits U applied In . Its early symptotse. ramily
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 Killer seems particularly efficacious lit
'bolero morbus, bowel compLitints, and - otifir diseases
tyldeh the natives of Burmah, from their unwholeson]e
style of living, are peculiarly exposed. It I3'ajvaluable
antidote to the poison of Centipedes, Ecorpione, horneis,
ha. REV: J. BENJAMIN,
• - late Missionary in Bern:tali.
Sold by all druggists, grocers and medicine dealers
ry roughout she United States and Canadas. nlB-1m
BUY THE BELT
CO I 1V ¶
SALT RHEUM AND SCROFULA,
SALT RHEUM, SCROFULA, SCALE, HELD,
PETER SORES, RING-WoRAIS, BAR
BERT ITCH, AND ALL ITCHING
OR BURNING SORES,AND ERUP
TIONS OF THE SKIN.
Th le Ointment bears no resemblance to ay et net ea
tarsal remedy at present before the world: The mode o
tut operation is peculiar.
t penetrates to the basis of the titselusc
ey source—and cures it from, tho-'
'n the surface.
ary, ..- the poison
of the disease apinsid, and every particle of it is &s
-ampled !Aron the pore.
Ihnsthe cures it effects is complete. Not only are the
sores healed—the eruptions remove the swellings ye-
dared--but the seeds of tbe disease are expelled from th e'
flesh ; consequently there can be no relapse.
Victims Of ulcerous and eruptivecomplaints, who have
tried every professional mode of treatment and every ad
vertised curative without relief, here is a certain, safe,
and expeditious remedy for the evils you endure. A
Ingle box will satisfy you of the truth of all that is here
Since Its first introduction, the properties of the Oint
ment have been tested in the most obstinate cases—cases
hat utterly defied the bestmedical skill in the country,
and upon wtdish the most celebrated healing springs pro
duced no effect—and in every instance with every enc.
Sold in large Boats—Prim 50 Cents.
WERRIT NORTON, Chemist Proprietor, New York
WEIGLICSALI DEPOT AT
PENFOLD, DAME & MOWER'S,
Wholesale Druggists, lb Beekman at., N. 's
Bold by Ozo.Bagoreas, Harrisburg, Pa.
SPALDING'S Pitt M= GLIM is designed for
repairing furniture in all cases where cabinet-makers'
glue is used. It is excellent for mending books, retest
ening the loosened leaves and covers qdtokly and firmly.
It ill put up in a bottle or Oise glue-pot, with a brush,
and will become indispensable to the housekeeper.
yAPPLICATIONS for Tavern Licenses
to the Court or Quarter, Sessions of Dauphin county.
or hearing oth February neat:
John. Shea rer, First Ward, Harrisburg.
Edwin Maier, Second ~ l'
Henry Frisch, " " "
David H. Turbett, Third Ward,"
W. C. Ray, Sixth Cc CC
Mary Ryan "
George W. M'Connell, Susquehanna tormshlp.
Bamnel Mash, Matamoras.
Philip Ethan, Reed township.
John F. Bowman, Fisberville.
James Hoffman, Washington township.
Daniel Collier, " " -
J. Lower, Upper Paxton township. - .
G.W.Gladden, " " . 1 '
Mario Usher, Lykenstown. . .
- Gideon Shadel, WiCOLIIBISO township.
Christian Becker,_ n n
Waal° B. Saul, Derry township.
.11021-d2teivit wM. MITCHELL, Clerk.
TEE SUBBORIBERS offer at Private
Sale 21 Eight Wheeled Box Freight Cars in geed
running ceder; 7 Bargee, 2 Mules, 5 One Hone Wagons
and Harlieeki, 1 large Spring Wagon, 1 Complete Stone
T r uck Wagon, 1 Two Horse Carriage, 2 Frame Stables,.
about 400 Iwo Bushel Bags, 700 Tons of Lykeus Valley
OCISI Books of halt, 2 Small Fire Proof Safes, a large
amount of Office Furniture and property connected with
the fertearding business, together with an extensive
Rectifying apparatus is complete order.
Also, the undivided half part of 150 acres of Coal lands
situate in the Short Mountain, in Lykene Valley, Dauphid
assail, near Broiztown,the veins olCoal well developed.
Application to be made to the - undersigned herotreLthei
first day of March, 1851.
A. 0. WESTER,
C. F. MUENOH,
Assignees Of John Wallower & Son,
G IN THE NORTH-WEST
Baminoas, Jan 24
Naw YORK, Jan.- 24
PURIFY TEE BLOOD
ITOFFAT'S LIPB PILLS AND PHOLNIX BITTERS.—
Brea from all Miners/ Poisons.—Tn cases of Scrofula
Ulcers, Scurvy, or Eruptions of the Skin, the operation
of tho Life Medicines is truly astonishing, often removing
in a few" days, every vestige of these loathsome diseases
by their purifying effects on the blood. Billions Fevers,
Fever and Ague, Dyspepsia, Dropsy, Piles, and in short.
most ail diseases soon yield to their curative properties.
No family should be without them, as by their timely
use mush suffering and expense may be saved. -
Prepared by SPAT. B. MOFFAT, M. D., New York, and
for sale by all Druggists • uov9-wly
TO FARMERS.—VIRGINIA LANDS.—The undersigned
la now prepared to furnish, in aja_quantlties, from 100
to 1000 acres, or ipiitU r goodTreming or grazing lands, in
• • •fratijacent counties, in Western Virginia.
• nl2 or" 15 hours Of Banknote' 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 cow can
be MAO as Cheap as a chielten ire.NeW , England. •
They Will be sold': cheary.and orthasy ,terms, or ex
changed forimproved property or merchandise.
Address, with Poitage stamp, care or 70Y, COE & CO
Tribune Building, New York. ' my2s-wly
Montints, READ Tills .— The following is an
extract froirva letter' written by the pastor of a Baptist
church to the "Jouraid: and biessenner,' , Cincinnati,
0bi0.,, and speaks volumes in .favor of that, world.re.
nowned: medicine—firs. Winalow's Soothing B.v:rup for
Children Teething : • '
"We sea en advertisement in your column of lira.
Wiuslow's-Boolhing Syrup. Now we never said a work
in favor of. a patent medicine, before in our life t tint we
feet compelled to say to our readers, that this is no hum
bug—we l7j}aave fried U, and know rt tote allit claims. It
.s, proballly, one 'of the mast successful medicines of the
ay, bees use it is one of the best. Juter,those of your.
ader . s who havi babies can ' t d better , those
Cotams:—:-The sudden changes of our climate
aro souraes Or Pulmonary, Bronchial and Asthmatic Af
: having - proved that simple rem&
'dies often act speedily and certainly when taken in the
early stages-of the disease, recourse- should at once be
had to "Brown's Bronchial Troches," or Lasenges, let
the Eold,"Cough, or Irritation 'of the Throat be ever so
slight,- as'hy this precaution a more serious attack may
bo warded off. Public Speakers and Singers .will find
them effectual for clearing and strengthening the video.
See advertisement. ' den-d-swawBm
WOOD'S HAUL RESTORATIVS.—Among all
preparations for the hair that have been Introduced as
infallible-, none has ever given
the satisfaction ar gained
the popularity that Prof. Wood's Hair Restorativ snow
lass. - His Restorative has passed the ordeal of innvier
able 'fashionable toilets, and the ladies, wheicier they
have tested it, pronounce it a peerless article. They
And, wherever they have tested it, pronounce it a neer-
Jess'article: They find; where the hair is thinned, that
it creates a fresh growth—that it fully restores the ve.
getative power - of the roots on the denuded places, and
causetsthe fibres to shoot Ibrth.anew—that tt dissolves
and removes dandruff, prevents,. grayness, restores the
hair to its Original color When'graylfess has actually so.
pervened, gives a rich lustre; imparts the softness and
flexibility of silk to.the hair; and keeps it always lusrl.
gold bk all respectable Druggists • dell lin
rftol'.- - WOOD's HdrEt - RESTOBATIV,*.-Ttlle Re
.storative...for making tbi, hair grOitty stopplagqte falling
out, and ?catering gray - hair to ittretriginaLculor, is be
coming celebrated. 411 the quack nostrums are giving
way before it. Three fourths of; the mixtures .for re
storing and beautifying the dd it More Nary than
They'burri it.un.k.'Aftitroy--theDfd-of its r00t5....
make thnbair.fall oft; aridgroduce premature baldness:
But Pref. Wood's Restorative-may be _ relied uptm as con
tainingei whicb can in aey, manner_ be injurious to
the - heir, Whlidimsuceess iu atcomplisrling vrhat it two-.
tends .to do: has, been- verified dri!bundredit mime. .We
advise gray beads, and headiegettlng ;bald— all wno wish
to save their wool or obtain a Weer stock, - to get a bottle
of Weed's Restorative 1 - . - Diniocrog, -
Sold by all Druggists.
girWir call the attention of our readers to an
article advertised in another column, mulled Estate, FOOD
It is an entirely new discovery, and minetnet be confound
ed with any of the numerous patent `niedicalnia of the
day. -.lt is food for the blood; already preftaredlor ab
sorption; pleasant to the "esteem& iiittnratimaetion, and,
what one gains be retains. ;let all thosei,then, who are
suffering limn poverkt;inginrityar dellciancrof:blood,
and consequently with some chronle'disease or nilthenti
take ofthis Bunn Peon and be restored to health. We
notimethat our Drugghrts have;recaived'a supply, ot.this
article, and also of the world-renowned Dr. Earon'e In.
PANTII3I COADIAI, which every mother stfofild have. It
is said to contain no paregoric. or opiate of any have..'
whatever, and of coarse mast beinvaluable for all loam.
tile, complaints. , Il is also said. thetrit will edlay4en pain,
and soften, The giona io..process of teething, and at the
same thine regulate the bowels. let: all mothers and
ninnies, who have - endured anxious days and ;Sleepless
n ghts; proems a supply and - be at once relieved:l.
sareeoadvertisement. - „ anat.thhe
For sale by C. A Bannvart;iioleagent, Harrisburg, Psi
Din ADVERTBER, baying been, restored to=
health in a few weeks by a fiery simple reinedy, gter
having snlibred,several years witha severe, lung aired
ion, end that dread disease, Consumption—is ails:WS to
make known to his fellow-sutferers the means' of cure.
To all who desire-A, he wilt send a` copynt the pre
scriptionkksed.(free of charge), with. the ,directions .for
preparing and using the same which - they will find a
sure cure for Consumption, Asdima, Bronchitis, .ko. The
only object of the advertiser in sending the Prescription
is to benefit the &dilated, and epread information.Whlch
be conceives lo tie nvaluable, arui he hopes every auk.
ferer will try his'. remedy, as it will cost them nothing,
and may prove a blesiiing. •
Parkes wishingthe prescription will please address , •
REV. EDWARD A. WILSON,
Kings county, New York.
TICE GREAT . ENGLISH:REMEDY
SIR JAMBS CLARKrp
eine is u 4fllng in the cure if all
4038 painful and dangerous diseases to which the female
constitution is subject. It moderates all OXCEI.3B and re
moves all obstructions, and a speedy cure may be
TO MARRIED . LADIES
it is peculiarly sailed. It will, in a short time, bring On
the monthly period with regularity. • .
Each - bottle, price One Dollar, bears , the Government
Stamp of Great Britain, to prevent counterfeits.
• These Pals should ,wt be taken by ;females during the
FIRST WIRES 1,1017 TM of .Prvinaucv, as:they are acre
to bring on Miscarriage, bid id any ofbertime they are
In all cases of Nervous andllginal Affections, Pain to
the Back and Limbs, fatigue on slight exertion, Palpita
tion of the Heart, Hysterics andlithites;these Pips wil
erect a cure when all Other meane hive failed ; and
though a powerful remedy, do not contain iron, calomel,
antimony, or any thing hurtfulto the constitution.
Full directions in the pampblet around each package,
which should be carefully preserved.
N. 8.—51.00 and 6 postage stamps enclosed to any an
therized Agent, will insure a bottle, containing 50 Pills
by return mail.
For sale by C. A. itAmiviss. Iy9 dawly
EHIPORTANT. TO FEMALES
DR. CREESNAW.S PILLS
Prepared by Oornelirua. Cheeseman, M. D.,
SEW YORK CITY.
- - -
IYBB combination of ingredients in. these
Pills are the result of n long and extensive practice.
hey are mild in their operation, and certain in correcting
all irregularities, Paint al Menstinatitme, remov ing all ob
structions, whether from cold or otherwise ,'headache,
pain in the slde, palpitation of the heart, .whes, all ner-.
vous affections, hysterics , Wipe, pain in the back and
limbs, &c., disturbed sleep, which arise from usterreption
T. 3 MARRIED 1..AD10,
Dr.-Cheeseman'e Pills are invaluable, as they will bring
on the monthly period with regularity. Ladles who have
beemdisappolnted in the use, of other Pills can place the
utmost confidence in Dr. Cheesentares Pills doing all that
they represent to do,
- - -
There is one condition of the fentale'system in whit* ihe
Pills cannot he taken Sod/mut producing dPPECULLIR
RESULT: climmondition referred to is PREGNANCY—
the result, NISTAILBLAGB. Such - is the srraiddie
tendetwlt '43, th e taoltaimito restore ' he sand fanctimit to a
normal cendttion, that seen the reirreauctitn power of
neinre cannot resist it. •
Warranted. Purely vegetable, and Ira() from anything
injurious. Explicit directions, which should be read, as
company ee.ch box; Price $l. Sent lig otenplosing
$l. to Da COHNELICS 16; Box 4,581; Office,
New York. all.,
Sold by one L. nixistitkevery. town Intim unisea States
EenerarArut for the United States,
•;• Broadway , New York,
0 whom ad Wholesale orders should he eukir-pvt.
Bola in Harrisburg by q.,A.l,4perey!.
• • •*, --;
kIINCHEON of PURE SCOTCH
WRISHY Just received and for leleby
'JOHN - H. ZIMMJIM,'
&al 73 Market Meet.
W. A. BATCHELOR'S HAIR DYE!
PUTS SPLENDID HAIR. DYE has no
equal—instanlaneous in effect—Beautiful Black or
Natural Brown—Lo staining the skin or injuring the
Hair—remedies the absurd and ill effect of Bad Dyes, and
Invigorates the Hair for life. • None are genuine unless
signed "W. A. Batchelor-". Sold everywhere.
CHAS. BATCEIELOR, Proprietor.
marl? dawly 81 Barclay Street, New York
WEAKNESS AND DEBILITY.—AII who suffer
from 'imams or debility, where there is a 'want of en•
ergy, should at once have recourse to JUDSON'S MOUN
TAIN HERB FILLS. 'they immediately purify the blood,
and act upon the mainspring of life, giving strengthand
rigor to the system. Young persons entering into wo
manhood, with a derangement of tie functions ; and to
mothers at tbe jorn of life , .tiiese Pfils will be most:M
em:ions in correcting the tide of file that may be. Rl' the
turn. Valt; and ulddrly hr I n ,i;ar - mnn7itr'
at the Same periods;iwlien there is 411 ways danger, they
.shooldtheretore undergo a course or thte purifying me.
dicine,. which ensures lasting health
This great i liouseholdlilediciiie ranks amidie, Ilia lead.
log necessaries of life, as it Iswell' nowil to life , World s
that it cures 'complaints other remedies . ceboot :reach ;
this fact is as well established as that the Sun lights the
Soldby all medicine dealem. de26-1m
IT Is A' COMMON Oltillitt , ATlON that there'are
more sufferers from debility, among Americana, than
Can be found among any other civilized nation.. The
reason is obvious. We take too little exercise, and for
jet the wants of the body in the absorbinapursuibt of
business. In all such cases, ordinary medicines oau,do:
little vied. What is required Is just such a tonic and in
vigorator as Dr. J. Hostetterlmsgiven io the world ; in
bis CBLEBBATBD tiBITTIIktS.” Tee. weak and nervous
denizen of the counting Mire, the exhausted toiler upon
the shop-board, - and- the proiftrated-stmient of the mid
night lamp hive found a- wonderful regenerator in the
"Bit'ers," and peeler it to More pretentious, but less ef—
ficacious medicines. But it should net be forgotten that
the agent which is so magical in_ its inlicence rpm 'it
frame which is merely debilitated; is eqnally. nOtterfut
In assisting nature to expel the'MCst terrlthe forms' of
disease. Who would ncit'give it a trial?,
Sold'by druggists and dealers everywhere.
XeSee advertisement in another column. •
A CARD TO THE LADIES.
DR. DITPONOO!S. GOLDEN PILLS
Infallible in correcting, riegnlating, .and removing all
obstructions, from whatever cause, and al
ways successful as a proven
HAVE . BEE T ;USW ,BY
the 'doctors for many• year:a, Midi in ; 'Fronde arid
America; With unpar&ilbled success in every 'ease ; and
he is urged by many thousand. ladies who risedfthem,..to
Make the Pills public for the alleviation of those sugbring
froniiinrirregultiritieS Whatevet, ai , ell - as' to lanyard
an in ickelisejof ilV.ivhere health will not permit it:—
Females particularly,situated; or those ,atilipaiMig them-•
selves so, are cautioned against thead,Fills. while in that.
condition ria;thay are sur-ilo,Prbdace miscarriage, and
the proprietor assumes no respunsibilffit'after this
nition;nithougletheii mildness mohM , preveritany
deer. to, twelib-rethiltWise-.the PhAe-ate 'reeenuntaeled;.
Full explicit directions accompany. each boa- .
t./ 00 per boa. 'Sold Vrboicsalaandintall by,'
- OHARDES , A. BANNVART, Dralggiat;
“ladlea,“ by, sending- him ; Si-0040 the: Harrisburg
Post Office, can have, the Pills sent free to
any pary of the 'codotri (Seriedeniligy„) - Mid “freb of
Jage , by mail. 'gold luso' 5.. 1 13.-Drevied, Reading,:
,DOLLOWAY & COWDEN, Philadelphia, .1. L. Law
sailossrksharion, ,Derrtim,B. Lancaster; J. A.
Wori. ; E. T. Ifillekt,,,:York by. one
druggist In ln - thio'LrifOk and by
sole , proprietor; New YOric:a.: •
N. B.—Look out for notinterhats. Buy aci.(4otdoo.pillo
of any ; kind unless, every boats signed S. D. Howe. All,
'others are c- a.bise - imOdsition - arid ontafe;' Ilicrefbre,; as
yori vidne'your lives hind' (to hay iiiithindbr • be.
iog huiribugged - outbf - ycifirinoikey,) . [buy , Amlk otthom
iYhe‘thew the ehltttare , eigcP,l lo VOl-91 1 ' .obox,.
, whichffini recently been, added on account, of Pills
In' Ibis city . ; on 21ininday; tbs . 21Sii t 'inginniY•Bnoosis,
son of Eliz:lbeth I.larrefilnar; aged 1 year,
10 raontba _
' On the 234 test .ABABELLA daughter ; of, khitilda4iiid -
Wm. kloeliermen,,aged 13 yearn; 8 months. and 21 ilaye„
The funeral•will take place firm the mtitetteeof ItekTe
;rents otariday,aftertroon'it 2 J 1 LC i
TILE ORIGINAL 'AND ONINMULTED
AMERICAN MAN IN.MINIATURE,
GEN'Is. TONI' THUMB,
• ' ' SMALLEST MOIIIVE I
A- T -BRANT'S Harrisburg, for
ri THEME DAYS• ONLY, .YRIDAY, SATURDAY and
MONDAY, February let, 2d 40, 411: Two brilliant en
tertaininents'each day, aftermoOn. at 3 ;" evening .at 734
o'clock. Door Open half an hodi In iideanee The little
General appears in all MB newSongs,lbuieta, Characters,
Greek ltatues, &o.
,stir' eac h enter.
Admission—Day entertainmant, 25 cents; .Children
under ten 13 do. Evening entertainnimit, 15 Cents; Chß-.
dren under ten, 10 do.; reserved sests,2s dO. Schools.
admitted on liberalterme.
The:General rides in his miniature. carriage from the
Jones House to the Hall previous-to each esliibiLion.. -
The giand Piano used is one of 'Chickerinies best, from
W. KnOche's Music - Steps; 92 Market street"
BENJAMIN F . . FRENCH,
11L OMMENCE 11113 - 13131VENTH ANNUAL- SALE or
Books,' Stationery, Gold.
On WEDNESDAY EVB.; JAN. 23, 1964 at 7 ceclook.
At his former store, No. I 2 Market Street, near the Har
risburg Bridge, and next door to Hummel Zz KilltogerM
INOW INFORM UT' OLD, FRIENDS,
that' have a Much larger and better etoctitlien eVer,
au of which will be Hold•itt PANIC - PRICES,' for a'short
time. Among the Acme may be found.
IrvingM Work; 16 volumes. .
Irving's Life of Washington; fi volumes.:.
PartonM Life of Jackson, 8 voluines. • ' '
RandalPs Life of Jeffersom . • • : ..;
Cooperls Werke, 64 - volumes.: • ,
Scott's Weverly N, 3 ,Ve 18 , 27 Mid . 12 TcolluzieP•
IlickenM Complete' orks, 14 and 7 volumes
Bionic Raiirbad,lo *plumes. -; •
Japan Expedition, 8 volumes. - .1. , -. .
Emeres,,lJexican Boundary Surveyaillustrated,) 8
Adams' Werke,lo voluritias; : •' •-.
FiraFamtl, land Proket •;: • _
. MILO Comincn and Catholic Prayer Bboks. -
Cap, Letter and Note PaPer.,
.. • . . .
AB the Woks artieles wanimarinia
,iMidttor, and no'
Several, thousand volumes Of NEW W0RKL..... - .
Please call _during the day and get tho prices. :Also .on
hand a large : assortment oY Jusionrs, scars.; - ,
, . . ,
riLOSING OUT our atill . laige assortment
of FURS, consisting of - • • . .: • ;.
Handsome Dark Sable Setts, . • • •
FlaiidsinieSark Siberian S.quirral SeSs,
A floe stock of all kinds of low price
4Cohni3co for Bakgains In Fine , : ,
, • : Call at CATINARTS
No. 14 larket Square,
isn24 • • Next tblbodlarrisburgllank;
REDUCTION IN PRICER!
NBRINOM, Plain and 'Figured.
CAPHMERO, Plain andligured..
ALL' WOOL DfLAINES, Egtralitylea and Quality. ,
' lIROOA LONG SEIAWLSi . different prieee. -
FINE STOCK. OF. BLANKET
The nriees Nip albora Gonda; op bzein!en(4On,ill
be found "lower . than ever," afi;
.Next door, to Bie, : fierrb3bgrg Beek..
HE `,ATTENTION OF GENTLER - EN
is s olicited to . our vet
Go** JONIIt sI /UP 9twvita.1 1 4 - 4 gri.4cle lOotlNC4co4l.s l .
tho AlpreFent kinds er.W,LorER 4 0 ,Y 2 s.
iitHhtisteir r itttife city. . 6 —="ia-•
CREWS, SUSPENDERS, HANDKEROMEPE, Ready Hemmed,
And everything in Cents' wear, at
Next to the Harrisburg Bank.
And Continui TwoVieks,
Estate of Theophilus E Greenawalt;
NOTlCE.—V4ereas letters of Adminis
tration of the tstate of Theophilus P. Greenawalt,
late of the city of Harrisburg, dec'd., lowa been granted
to the subscriber, all 'persona indebted to the said eataie
are requested to inal , e immediate payload, and those
having claims or demands against the aunts of the said
decedent, will make:known the same without, delay, to
'THEODORH D. G.bEEN WALT,
ihiag.wft ' Administrator, Market Square.
READ QUARTERS FOR
VALENTINES 1 VALENTINES !
„ LARGE A tORTMENT OF VALEN-
A 'TINES, Eavelficet, Valentine Cir-1 sand Writers at
all prloes from oneeent pw , rds, lo • rale wbole=ale and
retail at. BERGtEtO. 4 :CIIEAL" BOOKSIORE, .
lan2B dtt 51 , al ket Street.
.yu ILL BE S_JID at public sale or - out
v v cry, at the corder of Fourth and ehesnnt streets,
in the ci•y of Hirrlib
. rg, on THURSDAY, February 7,
at 2 o'oloow. P. H., the 'lowing articles : Four Horses,
pno Two Horse Wagoo three One Horse Wagons, one
Cart, two.Whaelbarrow one Patent Straw . Cutter, Single
and Double Harms , : • lot f /AMP, Bricks, Boards, Rails,
Chestnut Fost.,.Bear ' d F \ !ice, Pest., &c.
' E. BYHRS,
Aseigneel of Daniel Rhoads.
s7SWILL B. ,PAID for,a pergigent
i..ti rl ß,lrnal r th4t t age
tars addreeF •
. Care of YPE.I.EGR4PH," Flarriqbarg, Pa.
tare of ltrELSt.
SO YEWS STTL^ANANA'S SAUCE
For, Hot and Cold Dishes of alll Kinds.
icing Sauce, invented by th
Rued "Sows.' for the Len-
Reform Club, 13, since 'his
we, manufactured. by the
cnown house of Causes a
London, tram the
;Mai recipe. Itis the favorite
ea In England, and-ba-the
inent, witn whigh and grey.
3pritat en among Ameridin
Fes, atd is much appriated
a stimulant' to the appetite
id to digiarion.
OPINIONS OF THE ' LONDON PRESS.
• "We recommend our correspondent to trykloas. SO2-
Ines now Sauce,' entitled tbe 'Sultana's Sauce. , It Is
made alter the Turkish-.recipe ; • flavor is excellent,
and it affords considerable aid in cases or slow.and weak
" "StivorY, Piquant; and Spicy, Worthy' oe;gerqua of
"A most valuable. adjunct to Fhb , Flesh, and Fowl,
'and should baie a place on every t.ble." 7 Latilas.
Solo Agents - for the United States.'
'''•GARDNEIt.4II , YIJELIN, 217 Fulton st Y.
..andBBAY SaRAYAS, 3t Cornbill, Boston
For, sal_la, by Grocers , and Fruit Dealers ovarywhere.
110TIURiTO -CONSUMERS OF COAL
fiIHE PATENT WEIGH DARTS tested-
and certified to, by ~t.ba:SEALEkt, O r WEIGHT);
Ni) ,MEASUREE. • , -
' Hr..T4ta:ll., !fay festod your
- nag& •Wei ? !l',Carts; and found thini - perfacUy-corn., ct, I
,thereToie putinylaatil ?lon them according
. , 7 „Sealer of. Weights and Meas u res. .
Harrisburg; Januaiy r 7, jlB
'LOO • WS :•• LIVERY STABLE.
• O.IIOIGE' LOCATION.
T" BUBSTItIPER has removed his
Livery Eatablislment to the. NEW AND sv.4clous
TrBANICIIN HOUSE STABLES, corner of raspberry and
Strairberry itteya, i;'• bola he will keep a steel: of excel.
' lent -HORSES; and .nemi atid fashionabla BUGGIES' and
VaRBI&GES, to hi - e, at moderate rate 3.
Jara?,,, 9.EO..w.:LOPPE 4 T, Ftgt.
TOWN PROPERTY FOR SALE
N . .
[PII.RSUANCEiof , an,. order of Ihe Or
- ..aulskjoißvorbiatoon_nt ,now Offer at', pig
-.late b,--WundideC.fourtn , a
Wild Lot , ol'Groand hu lbw north 'Fide
Chestnut street, between r. eccind and Third Streets; In
Harrisbnegoadloining lots of hi vnte,Flosia:T and Mrs. Um.
Ah l grovr t d Iring: abput ref t anti three
fuebes - liffeont and about' ne buildielf I at-deep
" 1 - • - ": VALENTINE IiCAI3IEL O 3.I': ;
• . ....Guardian of Daniel Houser.'
Tim other jlireccfogrthh of .the.above detnribed house
and ,lot i s also for sale at pirlyate sain t ,Nputure as aboye.
A - 7 ARG.E7 ASSO.RT.M..ENT
:LPL EAROX SOAPS, HAIR OILS,-
• - - EXTRACTS,
aro idling iory cheap: to dealers by the. iICIZELI.
Propare for your goutaay gales DY•l3o3ing some at*e
above,articles, at • • ;
'KELLER'S DEMO AND'FANCY iTORP,
Tit Market Street.
lIRICH & COMPERTHWAIT
WHOLESALE A REV= ,
130 XL . ar .131
. - ;MERCHANTS,
Corner' pf Front and Market Streets,
' 11 A RR'ISBURG - PA; :
HOUCK. T. 13. COWPER !WAIT.
OFFICE-THIRD STREET,. (SHELL'S ROW,)
• NEAR MARKET. •
Residence, Chestnut Street near Fourth.
CITY HAITISIIMIGI, PENN'A.
BERGNER'S CHEAP BOOKSTORE
51 ,MARKET STREET,
IS THE CIIEAPEK' PLACE IN THE CITY
, _ .
• - - • ' •. SCHOOL. STATIONERY
- . • .. Comprising au the various
• READINILAND'SPELLING 'BOOZE - ,
ARNSIMETICS 'ALREBRAR , ~.
, GRAMMARS ETYMOLOGIES., r '
- DICTIONARIES,' HISTORDER ."
• - , ;PHILOSOPHLES; and ,
all thelollooL BOOKS useil-in , the various Public amt.
Private Schools ef tne City, together with .. •
COPY AND COMPOSITION BOOKS,
. LEITER, CAP and NOTEPAPER,
- " SLANE BOOBS, SLATES, • '" •
•• - - .LEAD AND SLATE=-
- PENS AND HOLDERS INK
. • IN.B.67ANDS, EVEBES and
the Moot complete assortment kr - SCHOOL STATIONERY,
donstanilk on hand and for sale M THE LOWEST ?nom
OF ANT MAP' in the clty -
BERGNER'S OBEAP BOOKSTORE,
. 51 Market Street..
0871.1beral dlspoiinlimade to Mothers
Any article not on band promptly furnished without
extra charge..- Ben24
- . FOR 13.9,1... E. =
FROM ONEXO FIVE HEISI/RED EC/L 7
LARS BOSOUGNBONDS. Also, from Ton niFifty
snares O f ftarrittmcg , ftee Bweic d by
de24tf No. 28 Swill:. Second Street
„. . ,
SVING concluded,to discontinne the.
eusioess, we effetely large and complete assort
/1C.9E1, 01 FINE WINEE, B BANDII8 2 Ri . d . llqll9:s or every 4e.
scrlittOn akcosiNiithout reserve. - •
• • -t: Wle: DOCK JR., &CO
j am ! " Ocposite lbe Court Houle. ,
TOR'TBEE 'SEASON. -
FLA.VOEING EXTRACTS. • '
011ie: best lir trtarl93t, -
Pine Leman ,l, o. 0 3
• Strawboriy ' •
.FNirp Nallßed Rose Water,
peat EnglishPu Cream
Ba re lgB
, • Earl's Pare Spices,
Fresh Culinary Herbs.
DRIJ.O. STORE, •
620 91 Market pirego:
D.E2 ; , , N T, IsS T ICY
_ . . •
Ttgiiiiieisignat - DoeOWOYDENVai
SURGERY, has returned and resumed his practise
n State street opposite the "Brady Home," where he
- will be pleased to attend to all who may desire his ear
vises. 15ep27 . 1 B. IL GILDEA, 11; D. S.
AT THE NEW CITY STORE !
lIRICH & COWPERTHWAIT
CORNER FROM' & MARKET ST
ANNOUNCE, to the citizens o H have ar in s
burg d the public generally,at the
returned froth the eastern cities with a large and well se
lected stock ot . Fall and Winter Goods, which they will
sell st the ve . y lowest prices. •
DOM Rale GOODS of every kind.
• Bleached end Unbleached Mullins,
Bleached and Unbleached Canton Flannels.
RED FLANNEIa OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
A large assortment - of Win
elali Minuets for Skirting.
An assortment Donseetic Ginghim a
Manchester G in ghma
Satinets and Ca simeres,
" Black Cloths atallprices, .
Cloths for Ladies' Chesterfields,
Beaver Cloths for the 'Arab Maks..
A PINE ASSORTMENT OF BLANKBIS.
A large assortment of Cashmeres, especially adaptiseto
Boy's wear. An assortment• of. Martha Drawers and Un
dershirts. An assortment - of Carpets from 123(, eta a
yard to $l.OO per yard,
ALSO LATEST STYLES
STRIPED AND PLAID
RICH PLAIN AND FIGURED
RICH PLAIN AND FIGURED '
ALL WOOL DELAINES,
BLACK SILKS, ALL WIDTHS.
A large assortment or IWoche and Blanket Shawls,' with
I lull stook of the latest novelties. ~_ -
An assortment of Plain and Figured Cashmeres'. .
LINENS OF,ALL RINDS.
Particular attention paid to first class Hosiery and Em
broiderles; ato., Au., .
• An' assortment of Hugon! e wove trair spring skirt pat
tern exception. • . • t•
An assortment of Shrouding and-Flannel
Halal & COWPERTHWAIT,
Corner of Front and Market Streds,'Herrisburg.
Formerly occupied by'J. Muer. ' • oat264y
Cure 'trough, Oetd. Hoarseness; /Mu
' cam any er Soreness of
U' - Ihr9.24.lgelieve, the iinching
BRONCH I cAfftlsit i natf,a rrh,•
t n i ef ... .
°°\ . 1%
and SIBO EELS.
Few are aware of the importance of chi:eking a Cough
or "Common Cold" in its first stage'; that which in the
beginning woold7Mld to a mi id remedy, t f neglected, soon
attacks the pings. "BROWN'S IiRONCRIAL.T.Ett
containing demulcent ingrediente, allay-l'elninary and
"Viet trouble in my Throat, (for which'
the' "TROCHES" are a. specific) haying
made roe often a more abisperer.."
N P. W11T.18. -
"I recommend their use to Public
• " ' ' REV. E CHAPIN:
( mace provsd .extremely: serviceable
for Hoarseness" .
EBY. HAVRYVARD BEECHER.
. l AlmMit higtant reli6f in iber eistressing
laborof breathing peculiar to Asthma...
'Contain no Hpluni.er acytiing ireiurl
one' DE. A. A: HAYES,
• sit.simpleiumi.pleasant combination for
Coughs, &c.!4: . ;
"Renetibial in'Bronchi:DS 1
- . • ' J." F. W.. LANE,
11 .1 :hkyti proVed !heir excellen t Whooping Cough" ' for
• RE.VAL-W: WARREN: ei'
. _ .
"Benellcial when compelled .to speak,
glittering rroni - Cold."
• • REV: S.' 3'. P. ANDERSV,
_...ggreetwat in removing : Jita.srieness_and
Irritation of thelbrosti so, common.ith
Speaks' s and'Singers."
Prof.- E. f,TACY JOHNSON;
IYeacher of Deals Sophern.
"Great benefit When :taken' before and
afterpieiching, as fliey Prevent lioltrae
Frorb. their peat effect; I think they
will be of permanent advantage to me."
REV. E. ROWLEY, A..
'PresideatorAtbens College, Tenn.
Bold by all Druggists at 25 mama box.
IPIL, 1111 C - 17" S . - .
R. D. Viri JONES, •
FRANKLIN. HOUSE HARRISBURG, PA.
JAS now permanently located there,
A.L. and may be consulted on all diseases, but mote
particularly diseases of a private nature, such as Clon.
orrhoeat Gleet, Stricture, Seminal. Weakness and Dys
3 <lompl i tr, Giddiness, Dimness of NT °
oes. Dr. JONES
Heart:, Pain in triniaellin,o ll lo l eplaiiits,
with each Wild
will guarantee twill
a carry out disease In place
balmy Macs e back hPen the conetttution. All else...*
of throwing rj . o.4
-•••• ••• • complarrit is a - man
'ecarricorntbarte-vand eaves euted in from three
TAXE.IT IN MIN
This is one of the most horrid of all diseases if not. im
. cuied. Makes Ms appearance in sores and
eruptions over the whole boey, and the throat becomes
ulcerated. The victim of this disease beauties a horrible
ablaut till. death puts Wend' to his suffering To such
Dr. JOOl3 offers the safest and most. sure remedies. in
America. There are persons In. Harrisburg can testify
he cured'them alter all ether treatment failed.
. Dr. JONES oilers a remedy to prevent the infection of
such; angerous diseaSes. It is a certain remedy if used
according to direction and without the least Iniury to the
Dr. JONES may be consulted personally or by letter,
dose: thing all symPtoms, or, if desired, he will consult
with patients at their nuidence, advice gratis..
' Dr. JONES has private consulting recites. Pleas . e ring
the belt at the lidies entrance. The remedies used by
Dr. JONES need no change Of filet or hindrance from ba.•
sinews • All :letters Must 'contain a stamp to ensure au
answer. . Addrees • • : p. W. JONES,
janl Franku.4.49use, nOrißburg, Pa.
, . . .
OATS..!: OATS I
29000 1311SHELS ON HAND. .
prinielot, ror sale very row for 'e:a42t,
try `,• • JAS. , 111 J WEUMEILER,
Dealer in_ Coal, Wood, Powder, kc.
wilt coal delivered and weiglied at consumera door
by the PatentWei2h-Carts. Prioes to suit the times.—
Wholixialirand Retail - • • jan2
QEVERATI QOMFORTABLE DWELLING
)0 HOMES in different parts of We city. Stabling - U.
Inched to some of, them. Posseseion given the
Aprll peat, U2-3m] CHAS. C. HAWN.
F—°B`RENir..The Store RoetO 130. IP
'West Market Street.. PoSeeartort given eider ;
mediatelyhron the let of April. This it a good lo• - 2 111
atapd, and willho rented cheap. -
jan2.Atf ' '43EO.
DR. - - ELF
SURGEON AN OCULIST
RESIDENCE TEM; NEAR NORIII STREET.
111 TE is now' fully prepared to attend
I.l_,pronaptly to the duties of b. is profession in all its
• - A long and eery auffaessful medical experience justifies
Win in promising full 'and ample satisfaction to all'who
may ,farprbim with a call, be life • disease Chronic or
of any:other nature. JanNfawly
THE 'ATTENTION OF
MEMBERS OP 'l'llll LEGISLATDIVE
visiting the City is called to the 'meat- and finest as
Lotter, Note and Cap Pspors,
Errfelopes, Pens and Holders, -
Inir, - Inkstands, Pencils
• Writing Sand, band Beirut,
Blotting Board, an d a
fill v ariety y . , of'rdl kinds of STA'fIghTSHY *Mich for:priee
and quality cannot, be excelled, at , •
- INNGNER , S Cflfraf HOONOTOttry
, E 1 Market Street.'
TATitEY - Ncrr
T sale at $0 00 pet- ton.
frg- ALL COAL. DELtVERED .1117 PATRArI
ir. Coal delivered from both yardo.ll' Wirarlovl6
ALWAYS SOMETHING NEW !
STILL SOMETHING WHICH HAS
THE TEST OF YEARS AND STILL
MORE AND MORE POPULAR EVERY DAY
OTIEBBS SAY Or it
A Distitispelihedl St. Lomita Physician Writes
Sr. Loins, July 10, INA
0: J. WOOD, Esq : Dear Sir dies me the pleasure
and satisfaction to transmit to you the beneficial effects
of your Mir Restorative, after a trial of five soars. I
commenced using your Restorative in January, 1855,
since which tims I have not beenteithout a bottle on
band.. When I commenced the add, my bale was quite
thin, and at least one-third:gray. A few applications
stopped Its turning, and in th ree weeks time Mar, was
not a gray hal -to be noticed, neither has there been up
to this time.
After my hair was completely restored; I eontinuedits
use by applying two or three Skies per month. Sly hair
has ever c minued healthy, soft and glumly, and my
alp perfectly free from dandruff. I do not imagine the
b its above mentioned will be of any particular Myatt
e v. to you, or even Hatter your vanity at this late day,
lam Well aware they are all =Dan alreadyandoven
ore wonderful ones throughout the Union., bays ea
, pied my time in traveling the greater p rt of the lime
to past three years, and have taken pule and plitairtre
in recommending your ilestotative, and exhibit/mg its
effects in my own case. In several Instances:l have met
with people that have pronounced it a humbug ; saying
they have used it and without effect: 'Wesley instance,
however, it proved, by probing the matt*, that they
ha t not used your article at all, but bad toed some new
article said to be as goof at yours; and selling atabont
bilf the price I have noticed two or three artidleitny
elf advertised As above, whieh I hatiod-raVidonta are
humbugs: It is astonishing that people :will patronize ,
an article of no reputation, when there. is one at haat
that has been proved beyond a doubt. _
Apparently some of those ehar.tans have got'it%
enough to write an advertisement, as I notteo thet
copied yours word for word in soverellnetantien;
inserting some other name in place of ICIAIX. • -
I have, within the past five years, seen and talked night
more than two thousand persons that have weir liner
preparation with perfect success—some for baldneal
gray hair, scald bead, dandruff, and every ditteaseAk. -
ace p and head aro subject to
• I called to see you personsliy at your original Val i d
business here, but learned you were now Hying kat ";„"
Yon are al. liberty to publish this or refFr,partlep ikf4
me, Any communication addressed to me, care box .„ yt
1;020, will be promptly answered.
j u A ly sis , s
WARMSPRIENGS, Perry Co., Pa, June 7,111•.a.1xii:
Prof. WOOD, Dear SIN—I was hatted more
year.ago to try your. valuable Hair Heedorattrei,for i
purpose of cleansing my head of . dandruff. rhk d s
with it urea my head for years, and bad never be alike •
to get anything to do me any good in resnesdrogiai ;
though I had tried many preparations, until I saw.goor
advertisement in a Harrisburg paper. Being Hier% at,
the time, I called at Drees Kunkle's drug stein, and'
bought a bottle, and now am prepared to recomnientle in •
to univercal use, for It has completely removedallthustk, : : ,
ruff from my head, and an application once intnret wpaita
keeps It free from any itching or other unplettesztrteir.=.
I must also state that my. hair bad become •quite4.olki -
in places, acid, by the use ef your•preparslidnOmErbeeHtt
restored to ha originatcolor. tam non-50 years ot apt,
and although I have need two bottles oftheAteetcrafi •
no one bas any knowledge or it, as F allow Slaw, pray- •
heirs to remain in order to have my aploarantbi•notet 4
µOct with my age. My head is now otless troubletomer.
is keeping it clean, ac„ than at any himslace.4amta....
been a child. I consider your preparatlon'of atieit vales
and, although I do not like to expose n cirraidderillt"
my duty to done. Ye.o can use this or an,y
any shape you think proper, If it , is wortb l any gtiug.'li"
. r i t i c ., ;.; .
• • lkooilintrroir,
Mass Ent I hare send you a statement, Ithaui Shlaini •=.
You are entitled to the benefit of. I am a. reiskiseeffiLi L .
Blosthington, and have been here for over . thif ig tt i p i
!AM now over fitly years of age. For shone faulty, „
past my hair has been turning etmelderably: ditiVe
was almost entirely white and verykrUf entUtudelUbmk '-
had SEMI a number of corttfleates of the very?rnfierfali
effect of your Hair Restorative but impaollt4 theta was_
more fiction than truth in them: but enterithil '
desire to have my hair, if pesable, teetered atm gaWi
pal color and fineness, as it was, in my,
'beautiful black, I concluded I would make e .
went commencing in a small way. r . parthakid'oiliii of
your small bottles, at one dollar, and-comma mtied anig,
following direptione an nearly at I could: -,Lasset diststr,
ered the dandruff removed, and my ludr, thakyrenfedlag
off in large quantitiSs,"was considerably tighl.o-W,,anil a
radios' chance hiking place hi the color.. have clotain
ued to use it, till I have used three of:your sdallbades
and just begun on the fourth, I have now a pretty
head of dark brown, or light black hair as any miry at
as I had in my youthful days, when ahoy% in'the
Western lt,rglam. My head is entirely nisei Of - audit:et
and-the hair ceased entirely falling off snail. as soft and
lino, and feels a. oily, as though Awes jut from the
bands of a French champooner. Many of my_facioupyana..
ces frequently say to me "Butler, where fildystatetthja
tine wig r I tell them it was' the'etlixst:ofyorirVistora
tive.. It is almost impossible. to:convince 'hernia:let it le
ihe original hair of the saint . oll gray he ;,,,
Yours, truly, -
ltloontington, Moaree l. r ID;
Woon's Rent itteroßetrve has acquired lespitutis
newspaper puffs. In our vicinity it hesitant
from actual test and experiment width
extensively used, and we believe in Minty it
; • e • Lrs al=denim •• -
of AO #514
. - -
all who have tried h. We therefore recommend stone.
of those few nostrums:which accomplishes all it profess
es, and all the bald and gray could dealre.-lausbia.
PROF. WOOD'S HAIR RIETORATIVE.—b another columw
will be found an advertbtement Or this well knoaroand
excellent preparation for restoring gray hair to its origi
nal calor. The lair Restorative also curia cutaneous
eiuptions, and prevents the hair falling. or. -We have
seen man* authentic testimonials uproot °Maws fuser-
Lions some of which are from gentlemen whom we have
known for many years as persons of thO • meal reliable
character. Donn dye till you have tried thilifte,orliAlVe.
/holm Olive Branch. ' •
Woon's Thus Itarronarnrs.—We are natitt the habit ef,
puffing every now discovery, for in nine quo Out et 'ma
they are quack nostrums, buCwo take greatplenum im
recommending Professor Watid'ehiticlo to'idilrhoieharr
is falling off or turning gray. Our welt known contrail , .
tor, Finley Johnson, EA., has a:porton/falba *peat of
its application, and Joins withns in siatakiagor . ita venom.
Let all try it, and beldhesde will W. ao 3 pre as gnaw it
Wom UnitiMMetit apiettin;tidit
em Hata Itcstronaerar.— ,
is proved, by unimpeachable evidence, to poonseen_pme
efficacy as a !enterer of the hair to pristine cigar. WIlle•••.l
-the head had become almost bald because of 4107,, psii
the use of Ma article has produced it ltleattighl. le i
thick, glossy hair.' It In therefore a valtetitle' 'w" .° `
tion for all classes. Its biradieuta vague/Ay,' .' prepare
ally eradicates dandy awl outer in0v , ,,._, - „,,„ k ".0. 5 f_ _ ~,,
operate so .• injutiensiy the Itatr. 1 : 6 • ...,u7rt . 7... L".
properties of antlyttea desettut!:,,u. - • v
pies and over 404 arento - ,,„ r i ti; In T aw* coma 1 41 22"
ever Ms ased. 'llmo.'A no ' 'B ak 14
dil"/ -1441‘ 11 :111
of hit reMetty 3 lattA its cam
a haz edsganklint-P3 Ahil
the eetelletiltkl '" - . ,(. h ' Ol / 1 7 he ',beneficial, as
in .„,, ~,•.1 , ,,,.'. . ..- a it does rast , cause a- narnifeat Improve
-. "" :apable of doing )arm !as ite component .19-
'4We v . -
*, p• re perfectly Innocr.ous.—Sosttsrronwip; Ain*
A Gasows Boost.—Ti our capaoity as coudnator of a
public journal, we are called upon to adVertisci the unm
ans of the day, each of which claims to be Unadulterated
in its composition and infallible In its :curative effects,
With what justice we leave our readarri to determine. Is
one instance, bowever-LProf. Wood's Hair Restorative
—we are so well assured of the notable - guanaco of the
article, that we give itratr indorsatrientaa all that its in
ventor and vender claim WWI% Itseffect npon a-failing
bead of hair is universally known-to -he magical like
lime or 018111) on exhausted and, it br4ige its crop wher
ever applied. Our own thatch %fortune*y very heal
thy; but we advise our friends with sparsely-growing
hair to try the Restorative.ohmatitißpy..
Au. Than Dyne Aniamoitittiford's Great Artfele hat
Taken the Field —Professor Woed stands on an emblems)
no chemist., whore attention has been turned to Inventing
e hair tonic, has ever before reached . • Ens fame is Dud
den but world-wide, and thousands who have worn wigs
or been:. bald for years are
_now, through the MO of his
preparation, wearing their owns natural and innurilot
head covering. So much for chamietry, the , ehemietry
of human life, and-the laws which apply lathe flutetions
of the system.' Prof. Weed_ studied out the human hair,
•te character; its properties and diseases, and bow to re,
store the decaying vitality" ornament ; be 5aw, A .,.."
In his own case, that gray buir.is unnatural unless w°
4ge of the individual, has reached, four score and be be
lieved that the habrcohld be naturally revi talised. He
tried. his own case—almeet bild'and quite atay. at the
ago 'or. thirty-nevenl--he tentoieii.hiii-own hair In color,.
4 trengthitnd. hion,ariattm andttie. nreichshe did it with.
he gav e . to ihe *Gila. - Get W00f1.3 hAIR RESTOSA
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