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AVILDEY and Mr. BUTLER, (Carbon,) and were
as follows, viz :
1.-sAs--Messrs. Armstrong - , Ashcem, Blair,
Bressler, Butler, (Carbon,) Caldwell, Dismant,
Donley, Gaskill, Hill, Lerseriririg, Lichtenwall
ner, AVDonough, Morrison, Myers, Preston,
Rhoads, Ridgway, Shafer,Sheppard, Smith,
(Philadelphia,) Stonehackhomas, and Wildey
SAY9—"Messrs. Abbt.tt,' ,Aoker., Alexander,
Anderson,Austin, Bartholomew, Bisel;
Bliss, Thiyer, Brewster, Burns, Butler,
(Crawford,) Byrne; Clark, Collins, Cope, Cowan,
Divins, Douglass, Duffield, Dunlap, Eilenberl
ger, Elliott, Goehring, Gordon, Grahath, Har
vey, Hayes, Heck, Hoed, Hofus, Huhn, Irvin,
Kline, Koch, Lawrence, Lowther, lir Gonigal,
Manifold, Marshall, Mullin, Ober, Osterhout,
Patterson; Peirce Randall, Roller, Seltzer, Tay
lor., Walker, and Davis, Speaker-52.
S 4 the queition was determined in the nega
The question then recurring on the passagebf
the bill on second reading,
The yeas and • nays were required by Mr.
ARMSTRONG and Mr: RIDGWAY, and were
as fellthirs, viz: '
YEAs—Messrs. • Abbott, Acker, Alexander,
Anderson, Austin, Bisel, Bixler, Blanchard,
Cora Cowan, Douglass, Duffield,
Dunlap, tilenperger, Elliott, Gordon, Gnthara,
Harvey, Hayes, 'Hillman, Hood, - Hams, Huhn,
Irvin, Kline, - Koch, Lawrence, Lowther, IP Gon
igal, Marshall, Ober, Osterhout, Patteison,
Peirce, Randall, Roller, Seltzer, Taylor, Teller,
Walker, and Davis,Sker---46. ,
NAYS Messrs.' Armstrong, Ashcom, Ball,
Blair, Boyer, Breaaler, Butler (Carbon,) Cald
well, Dismant, Donley, Gaskill, Heck, Hill,
Leisenring, Lichtenwallner, M'Donbugh, Man
ifold, Morrison, Mullin, Myers, Preston, Reiff,
Rhoads, Ridgway, Shafer;Sheppard, Smith,
(Philadelphia,).Stoneback,' homas,- Eintd Wildey
•So the question was - determined' in' the' af
firmative. , •
On the question,
Will the House agree to the title' l Of the.
Mr. ARMSTRONG., MoVq . that the farther
consideration of the ',blthe postioned itrdif this
day three weeks. I desire. that the people of
Lycoming county shall hate an opportunity to'
be heard on thiS question 'more distinctly than
they have been,. _ ,
Mr. PATTERSON. 'I hope this motion will
,prevail../Itis follyfor, the'gehtteinan from
Lycoming (Mr. Anttaradso) to hay that the pee-,
ple of: his count* have had nq opportunity to
declare themselves with. regard to this bill.—
They have -had.amPle 'notice. The bill has
.been before the Legislature for twoor three
years ; and they have had . full oppOrtuitity to
present their views. There has not.come before
this House any remonstrance or petition against
this measure; except from that portion of Brady
township which is to remain after the annexa
tion. Yet now; -when-the bill has passed tothe
third reading, the gentleman• asks that it may
be pqstponed for three week's, until he can send
home and profure.a parcel .of remonstrances
upon, a subject which the people if Lycoming
county generally eare' nothing.abqut: Why,
should the gentleman this motion? The,
people of that township are,here asking, justice,
as they. have been demanding it of this' Legisla-,
ture for three years. Yet~ now the' effort, is
made to stave off our. action: do not believe
that if the question should be.postponed for a
year the people of-Lycoming county- would•busy
themselvegnbout it. If they have not done 80
in three Years, it is not likely they would do so
in three weeks. I hope the. good - sense of the
House will reject this motion. _
On Mr. ARMSTRONG-'S motion to postpone
for three weeks, •
The yeas and nays were required, by Mr.
W.I.LDEY and Mr. srarni, (Philadelphia,) and
were as follows, viz : •
YEAs—Messrs. Armstrong, Ashcom, Blair,
Boyer, Bressler, Broadhead, Butler, (Carbon,)
Dismant, Donley, , Gaskill, Hill; Lei
senring, Lichtenwallner, M'Donough, Mani
fold,. 'Morrison,' Mullin, Myers; Preston, Ra
dall, Reiff, Rhoads, Robinson , Shafer,Sheppard,
Smith, (Philadelphia,) Stoneack, Thomas, Wil
dey, and Williams-31.
NA:a—Messrs. Abott, Acker, Alexander, An
demon, Austin, Ball, Barnsley, Bisel, Biller,
Blanchard, Brewster, Burns, Butler, (Craw
ford,) illyrne, Clark, Collins, Cope, Cowan,
Divins, Douglas, Duffield, Dunlap, Ellenberger,
Elliott, Goehring, Gordon Graham, Harvey,
Hayes, Heck, Hillman, H43od; Hofius, Huhn,
Irvin . , K ine, - Koch, Lawrence; 'Lowther, EPA-
Gonigal, Marshall, Ober, Osterhout, Patterson,
Peirce; Roller, Seltzer, Stehlaari, Taylor, Teller,
Walker and Davis, Speaker-52.
So the 'question was determined in -the nega
The title Was agreed to; and on the question,
"Wi]l the House suspend the itilesare read
the bill a third thhe by its title ?'"..
Mr. ARMSTRONG. I hope that now. the
Howie will consent to postpone this matter, by
refusing, to suspend the rules. The bill is now
in , shape ; and all I desire of the House is the
opportunity to lay this matter before, the mem
bers , that they may vote understandingly. I
think that when they come to coinprehend this
question in its merits they will see no, propriety
in the ,division of -this township. I call for the
yeas and nays on the question of suvendingthe
Mr. PAITERSON. I hope that this House
wilrnot consent to lay the bill aside. The gen ;
tlernin from Lycoming has not furniihed one
good reason for doing so. He does not say that
he will be able to furnish to the 11011130 any evi
dence-that the measure is wrong or anything;
which will enable the House to vote more in
telligently than they can to-day.' The citizens
of Lycoming county have had three years hi
which to present remonstrances against this
measure. I do not suppose they will show any
greater activity within the next week =or two
than they have done heretofore. Even if, by
any possibility, there should be anything
wrong in this measure, Lycondng county-hits
her representative in the Senate, who can bring
brward any additional evidence that can bead
duced against the measure. I do hope that we
shall have no more captious motions—no more
effort'to oppose the evident wishes of the ma
jority of the members of this House.
;. , Mr. COLLINS. I think my friend from Ju
niata (Mr. Pawns* ought at least to allow
hisitiend from Lycoming the opportunity to be
beard-upon this bill.. It is an important mea
sure to his'constituents and to himself ;* co-In
man eotirtesy ought Tat least to dictate - to, the
gentle*ua from. JunhitalMr. Parrots* thala
proper.and fair hearing upon this bur should
be allowed wheri any gentleman, aS in this case,
declares that he shall be able tObring neWlight
to influence the action of the House. In circum
stances like these - I think - the bill ought not to
be rushed through. - . _
I can say that I amin favor of the bill; as it
now stands ; but I ain willing to do justice to
my friend from Lycoming, and to give him a
chance to have a hearingbefore this House; and
to. exhibit the sentiments of his constituents:—
I.do. not think that this small delay will en
danger the bill, if it has merit: If it has none,•
it oughtnot to be rushed through in this umn,
ner. I think that out of courtesy to the gen
tleman t from Lycoming, we sh ou ld allow a
week or two to pass over to give him an oppor
tunity to let his constituents : be heard. I do
hope this courtesy will be granted.
Mr. AUSTIN: I think there has been am-,.
ple time to investigate thissubject. It.was ob
jected off the Wender by the gentleman from
Lycptiting ,(M.r. Arturnaoxo) last week. He
has _hid _the past week. in which to _pre
pare himself with "-evidence and arguments
against this,measure ; and certainly he ought
not to aSk tat shouldnow be still fur
ther postponed. I do not dank 'that, by
our proceedings to-day, we arc rushing this bill
through. We are pursuing the regular course
—such as every member would expect, with re
gard to a bill in which he himself might be in
terested. A bill of the same purport with this
pasied both branches of the Legislature at the
last session, and was only defeated by the dis
approval of the Governor—the fact being that
the Governor was from the county to be af
fected by the change. Ido not charge any sel
fish motives upon the Governor, but it is
generally supposed that his unwillingness to
sign it arose from that fact. I believe this to
be a righteous bill. I think it ought to be
passed. I. do not think we are hasty in putting
it through to-day. I hope it may be passed.
Mr. ARMSTRONG- I have asked of this
Horse only. delay. People of Lycoming
county, have written to me, stating that they
desire to be heard, and they say they are
pmpaling remonstrances, and can offer rea
sons Why this pleasure should not pass.
There has reeently,been sent to me a small dia
gram, which none in'this. House understands,
and whicß I have had no" opportunity of pre
sentiag., If the gentlerilk..fears that upon the
merits of this question, it cannot be passed, I
I can undenstand why heurges immediate action..
What harm can:result from this delay? I am
simply asking that my constituents shall be
heard. if they have no:merits, let _the bill, be
defeated. I - am asking delay for some ten days
or two weeks, that I may write -to them and
that they may say what they.have to say. If,
then, in the judgment, of -the House, the bill
has and ought-to pass, -I shall have no
thingfurther to say. 'By this deliy;there is'no
harm done ; it can result in injury to none ;
whilst to hurry . ; the 'bill through at this time
may result in greatinjury to.very many people
of that township. •
Mr. COWAN I have voted with the gentle
man from Juniata (Mr. PArrpresoz) all through,
and I am- disposed to vote for the bill ; but I
suggest to my friend the propriety of allowing
it to lie over now, and come up in regular order.
It is certainly fan to let the gentleman from
Lycoming be heard.
Mr. BRESSLER. T fully coincide 'with the
views of my colleague (Mr. Amoroso.) We
have rights ; and: we trust that this House will
respect them. '
• Mr. PArrnERSON. I want to be as generous
as any Paan in this House. J have greatrespect
for, the .gentleman from Lycoming (Mr. ARK
STRONG). If he says he wants to write home to
his constituents, that they may offer reasons
why this hill should not pass, I do not want to
The gentle:a:inn need not insinuate at all that
I am afraid, to meet the merits of the question.
If he can Knish to the'llouse satisfactory evi
dence that this _bill ought not to pass, I hope the
House will not pass it. Ido not come here to
ask the House to pass any bill that is wrong.
I am 'in favor of this bill, and I think the ma
jority of the House agree with me ; but if the
gentleman from - Lyceming (MnAftiontosa) and
his colleague from Clinton (Mr: BEMBLER) can
furnish any reason why it should not pass, I
hope it will not pass. We are not afraid of
postponement; The bill hag taken its regular
course, and' there - has been no disposition to
hurry it through. But if the House feel dis
posed to allow to the gentleman whom I have
just 'named an `opportunity hereafter to offer
new evidence on the subject, I have no objec
tion to a postponement to a particular time ; or
if the House should refuse to suspend the rules;
the bill will take its regular course hereafter.
On the question.to suspend the rules and read
the bill a third - time,
The yeas and nayswere required by - Mr. ARM-
STONG, andliir. SHAFER, aini were as follow,
YEss—Messrs., Acker Alexander Anderson
Austin, Bisel, Bhder, Brewster, Hayes,Marshall,
Ober and Seltzer-41.
NAYS.—Messrs. Abbott, Armstrong, Aschom,
Ball, Bamsley, Bartlmlomew,`Blair, Blanchard,
Bliss, Boyer, Bressler, Brodhead, Bums, Butler,
(Carbon,) Butler, (Crawford,) Byrne, Caldwell,
ley, Douglass,Dufaeld,Dunlap, Ellenberger, Gas
kill, Goehring, Gordon, Graham, Harvey, Heck,
Hill, Riliman, Hood, Huhn, Irvin, Kline, Koch,
hout, Patterson, Peirce, Preston, Randall, Reiff,
Rhoads, Ridgway, Roller, -Shafer, Sheppard,
Smith, (Philadelphia,) Stehman, Stoneback,
Teller, Thomas, - Wildey,Williams, Wilson and
So the question was determined in the nega
REASONS FOR YOUNG
lir: HUHN, (when Ida name was. called,) I
am in favor of the passage of this bill. Still
I think that courtesy to the gentleman from Ly
coming requires that his request should be
granted, and that he should 'have ample time to
convince this House, if there are any merits on
his side. In order to give hirri that time I vote
, Mr. PATTERSON, (when his name was call
ed;) I am of course in favor of this bill; but I
do not like to tinpear on the record as discour
tons to any gentleman on this floor, I therefore
COLLINS moved ...that...the:hour of ad
journment be extended until after th'e private
calendar has been gone through with.
The motion was agreed to:
No. 74. An Actto repeal an, Act to increase
the pay of commissioners, jurors and witnesses
in certain 'counties of this Commonwealth, so
far as the same relates , to' the county - of Fay:.
ette. ' "
Passed , •
No. 177.°A supplement to an Act approved
April 8,1860,', entitled "an Act explanatory of
an Act 'to provide foT the erection of a house
for emplOyment and support of the poor in
the courtty of Carbon." ,
cenminucOloss FROM THE GOVERNOR.
The Dep_uty . Secrerayy of the Commonwealth
was intrilluced, who piesentedmessages from
the GovernoT which were read'asfotlows :
PERNssiv4lA.E2a.cuTrvE, Ciwnnut, t
Harrisburg, 'Etc, Februttry '5, 1861. f:
7b the Senate and Rouse .of Representatives of the
Commonwealth of -Pennlylvania.,
I herewith transmit to the General Assembly,
the resolutions of the State'of Maine, entitled
"Resolves in relation to an indform . deeimal
system of Weights, Measures and Currencies,"
forwarded to me by his Excellency, Israel Wash
purne, Jr., Governor of the said State, with the
request that theYbe liaismitted Wthe Legisla
ture of this State.
A. G. CURTIN,
= . - Governor.
Nora— The original' *solutions Were for-
Warded:to the. Senate.
Laid on the table.
PEruSsxivAWk Esztivrivb Caanrsua,
Harrisburg, Pa., Feb. 5, 1861, jr
To the ;Senate and House of Representatives of the
Cammenmealth of Pinnsylarania.
7e Eleetoral Collee of Pennsylvania, which
met at the seat of ggenament of-this State on
tli fiifLW day of Demmber, a.p. 1860, passed a
resolution that the tioirernort. be requested to
transmit to.. this Legislature a.copmf ! the. pro-
Ceedin4of the r Said , ,ew 4? a n d accoppanying
ilocuinentO,Vithi view of having the same en. ,
tered on'the Journals thereof.
accordiace with the said request, I here-
With transmit - to the General Assembly, the
Odd copy. ogynx.Sedings and accompanying
Laid on' the tale
Mr. WITMER (Carhen) moved that .the Herr
mane the ornaideratfou of Himt6 bill No. 6:
Ptnnovluania ;Daily iftlegraph, Webnobau 'Afternoon, /February 6, 1961.
entitled ;`au Act relating to sales of personal es
The motion was agreed to ; and
The bill was taken up and passed finally.
On motion of Mr. HUHN, the House
The attention of Invalids, r hyeicians , ciergymeu
collie, men, and the• online generally, is respectfully
solicited to the merits of this chemical preparation, con
taining fron,Sulpliurtand Phosphorus, and which
is identical in its composition with the firma tic Globule,
or red blood. In all diaeasesocconip,nied with • •
pale countenance and nervous deningernent,anal3sis of
the blood showo deficiency ofthe red globules. • Ruddy ,
complexion and a rosy tint of the skin, tvalways
five of 'bean while a pale, was-like akin and aitnte•
nanee,—which'evinces a deficiency of the red globules,—
accompanies a diseased organism. •Preparations orb nn
have been given for. the .pqrpose of supplying the led.
globules, but we contend that Aron alone, Sulphur,
aloud, or PhosPhorus alone, will ,
ni4 meet ' the fi
ciOnoy in every catte,i but that ajnilicioni coMbination of
au. them elements la necessary to restorethe blood to its
normal standard.' , This point, never before attaipt3d, has
been reached in the Blood Pored, and its discovery
rsuks as one of the-moat scientiflC and important of. the'
age. Its elfeas In . ' •
• Congump.tlon •
,to soften the _cough; brace. the nerves, strengthen
the system, allay the - prosirahug night sweats, luer,esee
the physical and mental energy, enrich ihe blood byre•
storing the lacking red 'globules, increase the appetite,
restore the color, and ciothe: the skeleton frame with
flesh. ,The Blootii •Food - Will be found a specific in all
Cht MAC Diseases, of the Throat or lemma t a - such
as Asthma, Brenda:li; Congitv, &c. Public speakers and
singers will of great Utility 'ln blfihring
strengthening the. vecsl; crrgans.. In Dyspepsia, Liver.
Complaints, bropsy, Exilepo...earalystiv, karofnla, QrgveZ,
St. Dance, lever. and p
Ae,. Zee , its efficacy, is
marked and instantaneous. Ynno Mats of Manage; how
ever, are the beneficial effects Of thiff'rentedyso
spicuous as in those harrassing • • ! •
of which the gentler sex are. liable, ,and which tend: to
wards, ConaumPtion, "such as snppressrd or difficult
Menstruation,' Green Stekstiss,.. Whites, fro", .especially
when these complaints are accompanied with palefirim,
a dingy hue or pallor .0! the skin,. depression of spirits,
dObllity, palpitation, want of appetite, and nervous pros
tration, We have the utmost confidence in recoMthelid.
lug thd Blood Food to all Who may be conscious of a
loss or vitality orienergy; and to-that° whose mental -or
bodily powers are prostrated through tam:isle, either ._of
the mind or body, and we deem it our duty to say. that
•in all cases of Weakness and Emaciation, and hi all dis.
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upon the attention of sufferers which cannot be over-es
timated. A faithful prialwill be found the most convino•
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With - the above remarks; Mid - with the, "timorous testi
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- preparations, patent or offidtal,ln point of usefohitiss
Circulars giving the' Theory upon which' thlsremedY is
Ibunded, also .certificates ci remarkable . cures, will:be
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es:Moue. Pernseutathin, as has b'm stated;'deetroye.
part of Used:Lear-or meal no, ia, cOatieqUellea, a barrel of
liar weighing 106 IDs., which, by the ens m3ll method,.
_ordinarily' make,* ;about 260 The of bread, elves by this
process 290 lbs., }hue effecting the very impel:tea saving
of 16 per cent " inAhe'quanlity of flour. By conforinity to
- the directions on eackipackage, any per,on Callable-of
ordinary, attention may conduct the proievs, 411 . 4.1 the re
sult will tavarlably'bie highly satisfsietori.
Assayer to the Mate.of Massachusetts.
p i have analysed the Concentroted Icaycn, mutates ,
tured by Macsrin irdw''C&aniberlin & Co., with rcference
- to its purityaral efficiency - of action iii producing the e 6
pet of yeast in ilistending"dinigh, and tbdreby rendering
fit' far making bread, This article • is skillfully
founded, from perfectly pure material It;, raises
dough costuming the sugar or icy other priticit
pie in the flour, periectly; anethe same weight et ,flour
will produce more sweet, palatable broad than can be
obtained-Übrangli yeaSt; while tort cakei and pastry it is
invaluable, as: it.savea 01 risk, much
,thop• of the
Pastry,cook. ' • • • • •
"The: experiments' made by me confirm the statements
made by •the manufacturers, and groves this compound
worthy of public approval and extended' use
, -A. A. Eviafis, M. D., State Assayer,.
• , 16 Boylston shwa, Bostony Reptember 26, 1860."
• D IRE CV lON S .
:BREAKFAST AND IRA Roult-,TwOUT three, tell3ooooSfal
of Leavtu, (according to the quality of the flour,) to one
quart:" el Their; naix , thorotighly by pasehig tett; or three
times througllx sieve. Arab Mu piece or butter half ,the
size of an egg, and make the paste_ with Cold milk .or
'water, (Milit ie preferable) barely stitrenough to permit
rolling out. Much kneading should be avoided: . Cut in ,
to detiredlerni, and place immediately in a but oven and
bake -• • .• .
LOAF Brien.,,—The same, proportions of Leaven and
ilouriiited togther as above; ontikille better, slid make
the paste still' enough to knead into' a loaf; and bake
Mcdtately in a slow oven.
Graffiti BRRAD.—Three teaspoonsitil ol•LeaTen to 0110
quart of wheat meal, sifted together ; add one gilt or Rio- .
lames and two eggs ; make the Paste thin with milk anti
bake itt a slow oven.
BRQWN ,BREAD....-TbrOe teaemmusful tif LeaVen 10 one
pint of flour, and one pint Or I • orn meal, bill wrllsifted to
gether; gold two eggs and about a sill or 1.14b73843.3 ;. Noah o
the paste thin with milk, and hike .
Btu:at - wawa CAlLllB.—Fiour rind milk- Mandeb to•Mitke
oneilUatt,of batter ;ad d sue egg,Peu three teaspoonsfel
Citleaven; beat to a froth, and cook quick: "
.DTIMPLIGS...,thit together one guar 1,01 (touruAil.two tea-'
spoonsful of Leaven; rub In a piece of butter mar as large
as an egg ; mix with cold milk or wateivand
•..• • , •
. .. . .
°mute= STRUT_ Wa..--bitt together, two largo cups
of flour and two teaapoonsful of Leaven; patio half a cup
at butter and a cup:and a ballot* sugar., ; mix with tea:
milk or water to a atiffbatier, add spiceto suit !bC,OCiptil
end. bake Immediately. • . , .
COMANNAII SPORN& CAKE —TWO copser white sugar
beaten with the yolks of six eggs—the *laws' or six ergs
beaten to a. froth; then beat all together ; add ihree.cup,
of sifted Boar, one cup , of water
, d th ree teaspoonsStil
Of Leaven; flavor with two tesepdumfal of emence or le
mbn, and bakein a qMOIC oven. '
JOIORNI.-Sift together one quirt of dour and three
teaspoonsful of Leaven I rub in one tea-cupful of Milted;
add a cup and a half of white sugar, and spice to suit the
taste; mix stiff enough to roll ow, and bake quick.
Emmen Cass.—One quart of flour and thr. a teaspoons.'
ful Or Leaveh silted:together ; add a cup
,of butter, one
pouud,of currants, two. cups,Of white sugar„ind one tea
spoontrifol . ciiinatoon ; ridx-with cold Milk to a Sitiff-bitt
ter, and Poke. two slow oven. -..-
CORN Gm' pint eard' i of flour Mid 'lndian Meal,
and three teaspoonsful of Leaven, well toge.her ;
add.one gill of MOlannen and. two eggs; mix thin with
milk, and bake in a slow 'oven:
OW: of.'llour:and three teaspoonsful
pfLeaven, sifted together; add one cup of butler, twetrif
sugar, and two eggs, all well beat together ; then, add a
cup of currantS, and spice to suit:the taste. Bake about,
half an hour.
.lamas' eami.—Three quarters of a pound of flour and'
four teaspoonsful of Leaven sifted-together; one pound of
sugar and six ounces or batter heatert to a cream the
whites Of eight eggs well beaten, mid.this juice of one 10.
WHIST= Oarm.--Ftvo.cups of flour, threeteaspoonsful
of Leaven, three cups of auger, one of, butter, one of
milk and two eggii ; flint and epee to the taste. - Bake
about half an hour.
Packed in Casea of 1, 2,'4, tind:Six. Dozen Cana.
Fer sale by Grocers and DrugglstS generally.
WILLIAM GULAGNR & BRO., Wholesale Agents,.
No. 69 North Front iitrees, Philadelphia.
INSIJItAiNCE AG.E . N - CY
, :DELAWARE zonal.
Safety - Ina4P.E4loe:- Ce.).
CAPITAL AND ASS/In: . ;.........$004.907.51
• !TEE 171131b4liNdE. COMPANY..-
Co' N i - c
• - - •
,UNDERSIGNED, as .Agent for, the'
above well known Companies, will make Insurance
against loss or damage s by_fireoilther perpetually or • an
nually, on property in eithetown or country. .
Manaeandsluland Transportation:Disks-4in taken.:
Apply, per4onally or by letter to . ,
del dewily„, 4urri,onurg,,gu.L,
• JOHN IVIANITALErr
RASPBERRY' -Atair BETWEEN 011114bitif 'AND
MUIZERRY:inkEETOI g4/ 1 41 81 4 1 . 0 ,
FASPECITILILLIC *forms th_
he IticaticTatAlie above ineritioliotr Wade; and Ile
too commenced the WOOL DYEING and OrtiIyETWEAY, - ,
DIIANNEN in all its various. branches. He le pre :
pared to 'Laren.' &dors at the shortest and'Wlll
guarantee general. satialaction.,l3.lB-_pricea ko,
Haidirg carried on the business for many:yearn in
Germany, and ovr.two years here, and. al.lo havtuglad
arceneended - Oxpeiience in klib country : be Is fully emit
indent - to execute all work entreated Whim, and hopes;l4
recteive a reasonable share of euatom from Ids fellow.
irrA general assortment of
. oarpets are always kept
on baud and will be sold_MMe_lowest rate. •
- 7 NOTICE -7 TO:', SPEOULATORSi%
VALU.4BLE,BUILDING .1.02.F.01? SAT A.
'ThiGrifiTB tuijoirtkuliiie Work
Shops .Of tLe ..Pcinik. Railroad Company, Bold
low apj on_reasonattl? te rms. , Apipto
.vaso ' ' — JOHN W. HAr.L
, ,ALIMI,NAN - -
,( 6 . I tELL'B
- NEAR MARKET,.
Residence, aesentet- Street near Fourth.
~ CITY OF ItiRI3.IEIBURG, rENN'A:.
JUST uggEry - Fa, .
A ,LARGE PTOCK of SCOICIE(AI t rEg i
joilL 'BROWN STOUT itud LoiffiON.tOßTAk
sabi at thelo*est iateis by ,r
t ' '
THE CELEBRATED 11011.A10 REMEDY FOB
DISEASE OF . THE' UMW,
\VF',AKSS ANY STD
'And, the ye rimeifffietioxii - ceditgaint.imotra Maordered
B.lrtibt A.CH tv E it,
Such is .lidigestion Acidity of the Stomach,. Wit Air
Pain Heartburos; UPS of • Alifietith; Diskindenci, cfn
tiventeg,. Blind :at Blinding Piles. - In' all Minas,
.R.tanniatinond - _Nettralgie affections, It beg In numerous
histaucee . proved hepencationd In-others effeeted
ii - dOchied cure
:Hite'is trintrely. *egeteble toretantl; pf . eparen on
etriallrealen dee a ft er the manner Mlle cob
['rated Holland Professor, Boethave Its reputation 'at
home produced ins ; introduction here, the demand com
menting will,lkkistiertiniFtitherlaud ssattered over the
face of this ! MielitrettneirY,Many of whom brought with
hem hinded. ega•We ;the 'tradition of its value. it is
now offered /o the Amirititiwpsthlie, knowing that its triair
wonderful:in - edict/nal eirtaes must be achnoiciedged.
lt iwpartioidielY.:recommeaded to thosepersons whose
constitutions inay , „haValueetiltaipaired bythe centtnuous
use of ardent spirits, or other . forais Oftimalimtion. -Gen=
erally instantaneous in elleet, it . fludalta wayAireeny to
the seat of every nerve,
raising up the drooping airlift,. intbsieg new
health and %W M, inithe syetem.;
di1(1.r.„4- Whoeveinepecis to . And this a beverage will
he d it'agt oil idti .; lint to'fbe' sick, weak- and, low spirited.
.:14;*11.1 «Weft: 4 l l/tittifuliiifelzitald- nortital,•• posit:aged of
of singular riMettlahnoPentlall• - •
BEAD OAIMPJLLY 1
:The,Uettuino Inytty: condes - trati Ug.Scortutoett.Bollaod
Hiltons is put L ott irtlttalfltigt i , ottlokonlyiantt.yetitiliklat.
biag DOLI AR .lor. - bottiO, or six VottlestorFrratllawas.4
The ifeitt'deinan for this tPulyy ciiisbribid :tittaktig lips
indgced tratis , imititrouii ihicb the -public sbOitdinir4
.- _ -
4 r E M-41" t iMe mitidn -See that C 4 F:l l 44ke:h! 0 41 he
lib Keluf ,buy.
.'Sold by:Do:tail& generaiiy tt esn iiii'thirgircit;flL by
Taproot' to moot ttbits.
SOLE p p 9-gp
BE;;IITA ' - .1 1
PI I R G ,
sale lit t • city ot Harrisburg by. D. IV. GaElse
An experienced Nurse ant; Ifenutlenyeliken; Orsini/Ai to
SO OTRING , '-girjRUP,
For .Lblidreig, Tcethlng :.
which greatly lacilitsteeitfiti Process of teething, by soft!
ening the gume,feducing , ail intianireathm , - - will'allay Al L
PA: N, and apaanindto adtion,luid to
SURF, "CO REOVVAIV - 41k,80W45.
Depend upon 144hotikeritat*Iffilv;1 1- *Cttr Youftelvee'
AND, DELLO': IANDrEINALTD:YrCiItOOft INFANTS,
We haveiput.npi and Johlt,lhin bfle Sor Lover ten
Fearn, - 0 11 . 4 247 e•1 1 . 1 o,lslSuPligi vantf,.:Fliat wet
. have never ;been' abkrio air q kay' Othif:niadielne-4
NEVER 'STS FAILED; INA:SENTILEANSTANCE TO
KFFFCT A OMR, whetvthitey used. Never did we
know an Inatanceof ditsaittlgactionby any one who need
It. On the contrary, All.are delighted with its opera
tions, and speak injertiat 61"fthest commendation of.
its magical effects': virtues. We speak in
this matter ‘wanr wir..polfspyr., alter ten yours expo.'
rience, Aim swam 19791.01011.3,014-11111.1 , 11LPILME117
or war . are - sskiLAiitc/ix mf.'":ilteitlnksfrevery Instance:
where the infant is suff irtrierianiimin and exhaustion, re
leftvtlinaLtOund It fifteen miqwenty!mtuntee` after the'
eyrup p tadmtnhltered.
tsik irailatie:Orefiatitinn: Ia fh.b -- .:paisini ' tidni - of one ;
ot , EXPERDMELfidId IfitiLLFUL - NURNLS
New . . Riniland; ifair.baiiff mind' *ithiiiiimnlvarritas,
InlqC lB , ~;
, THOUSANDSCAM. • ,
It not only_ relieves the child &ern pa hl,
mated' the stomach bowels;; 'corrode' Acidity,' and
gives tone and &dull,' the whale !system It will
tnost instillpyrrelleve. ' •
08TPINIq' IN, 'TOP*4B, .ANri 19,671) coi*,
'and oVeiconiseinrintsionsOibillh if tint anOedily.s.rtnne
diedi Hind inrdeittlf.l siyti believe it mar and-Thm'
*UNARY. INAK4 : **ilk Wall !lases or DVANIENRY *ND
DLtURIEWEA IN. A:III'fLDRE4, whether .11, arisen from:
teethineor trotn any other` occuaa, waft ,eay to
every mother__ who has a child iteril4 fitrin t ittirOphe
-foregoing complairds=nri , tate4tnin S.allitaktally Iron
rffig . P WI J I MUMR .PI UMW, MAO betWeelrYoWatrd 704
Stiller - mg ehila - an'd the relief that. will ho SURE—yes,/113-
134L1TrELY SURE - to follow = theute -- iitthti medicine
br.ollCr4olitlind Illikar ;UV. lkeddmilii. - of
. CILIBTLB lr PERRINS,New York, fa ou Illoputiddo wrapper.
Sold pr uggios,througliout, tkii world.
erkokkil-011kkkifill 13 &dor St New York. .
25 :Cents Bottle.
For gale In Harrisburg byrii. W.Hrossl iktlO.; No
19 Market street, J. Martin Lutz, No, 22 Market street, C,
H. Heller, No .
. 91, Market street, be/ow,Fourth, and G. W
- Mires; 1..15 bfailet ATM: -
aug 2 2 49g 1 9 .
. ." -e Nr.Acc'' -- • q i .„ '':... .
~ ity.,,, , ,, , ,,„ :: • , ~,;
1., ECONOMY! `s , 1 li i,:4 •:'
.1 , •-i i .,..nez : ~ ! ' .'• r' . ' „,..k ; 14.5. 1... ,
.. e .,,,,i-.:.mf...,..19 ~.....Ti ir ,
- .. - --- - . Save -the- Pieces !-- !I •:____:),
41.$ iccidents will kappa, even in weri.s , :egittaledtpulif ;
Itlif very desirable' td havoscith.ti chdap sad 'Clinvedeile
Fiw,for reßairingFurAgure;•Toya, Crocking, Ate. • ' -
brAIDIN PRNIARED'IILIFE •-• •
meets neck efretrgencles, and - no lionsetiolg can ndfirit:
to be without it: It is fawn ready and up..to,the
lig:point. There Is he •longer a necessit3 ` for' limping
chairs, : splintered -.veneers, beadles 'toys And 'broken!
cradles. It is just the =article for OM], shell and other,
ointments] Work, sci . popular With' ladletibf teitnement•
and taste. - • . • - • ,
This adinirable preparation need ` cold, tieing chemt
cally held in solution s and possestag;;aita.the quutitretor
tho best' cabinetnekers , Glue. , Gamy be used the.
plate or ordinary mistilege, being "vatitlynibie adliestie.
, ~.USEFUL HOWilitt. •
'N. B.A' Brush accenaglimes each bottle. Price 26 ale.
Wholesale Depot, No..4B.Cedarstreet, New York.
Address HENRY .0..111`.&401.40,*
• No B,6oo;l•TetteYork
••• • •
- - .
, Put up for Dealers incases coilteJnir i e Four, Alb& and.
"I l arelVe'Dosetia beantifUl Lithograidde Shownavi se
agra. single bottle of SPALAINGuS PIIisPAttEDGLUE'
will save ten cost webs* 'to evbryliedsebold.
A i m by All pretelnent QtaUDgers , Drapaists,Bardwave
iikerFtiroltien Diralers,. Grocers, and Fancy Storea.
L eo e ra, tint 'ihould twice 3te of SPADINE'r;
PREPARE) GIME, wilco maids- - op glair -Rat, atWll
stand any nifinatti. , - - febrf 441
B ' O.:
OT :011 ,& -,
, CORNER'iti- SECOND AND W0177*5T5.,..
Harrisburg, Pa. -
A LW,AYS on baud a large assortment of
tx. IlooTe,-snoxis, e4rrekfl; - &c. t i:Pribe yery OW
(=Rites -Ail' ,li.Otek;*gentleilok,aior childebteliFliVelti=l.,;
Pylern. to - Ina the times. .ell kinds of wpfukhilpEm
ORDBlC'hithe'best iitile by l'opeelor workmen "'
.Y. ikePADONG „gione atsbork notice: . ,r
0gt164. JORN it, Al Harr bititir ,g.
Tffia - AMILLGAYATION op LANIKIAGHBO—There IS a p row
ing tendeney in this age to appropriate the most expr.-
sive worth of other languages, and after a while to +a
corporate them into our own ; thus the word Ceptialle
which is from the Greek, signifying "for the lead,. i;
now becoming popularized In connection with Mr. Spaid.
ing's great Headmhe remedy, but it will soon be used'.
a moroseness.' way, bad theirtird gepliallc will become
as common as Klectroaype and many others whose dis
tinction as foreign words bait been worn . away Oy com
mon usage until they seem ant to the mans;
En 'ad 'a lorrible 'eadache this baftereoon, nand
stepped Into the boothecarlee, hand says hi . to the man
"Oul Yon beam) me of an 'eadacher 'Do. sit liach.
says 'e. I .Henteedlugly," nays bl,. hand upon that
'e gave gm a-Cephalic all, band me 'mut' it curel
me so quick that I l ardly rialiked I 'ad 'ad in 'endache.
warHsanactua is the favorite sign whicb nature
makes known any deviation whatever from the natural
state of ihia - brilit, and viewed hi this light it may be
looked omen apaNgoard intended tonics notice of theses',
which might otherwise !mope attention ; tit. too tale to be
remedied ; itnad its indications eltotild- nevi r be neglected
. classified under two litmus, via :
Symptomatic and Idiopathic .9.ymploitatic Ilcatiaithe
exceedingly common and lathe preculsor of a pleat ca
riety of diseases; among which ate dinonitay, GOO
ttheumatlsm and all febrile diseasea.lii its i.ercoub
farm it is sympathetic of thsease of the stomach coon:/
Luting tick headache; of hepatic diabase constituting &C.-
/iota headache, of worms, constipation, and other dicer
- dere of the bowels, as well an renal and eiteritie greet.
lona, Diegises of the heart are OrriresiliterillY ahead
ed with Headaches, Anterala and plethora gre alit air, c.
t ha's which 'frequently OCCBOOII
Headacbe,is also very common, - being._u natty distic
gulated by thethamo of ricraoui Ttecidaphe, semetime:
coming on suddenly in a state of apparently 'NA DU health
and prostrating at once the.tnental and physical ei,ertar,.
and in other installowl Ii comes ondilowly, 4011thied by
deprepsion of spirits or acerbity - gnawer. In most in
e!iitmes it conWs on slowly, heralded by deprm_sion ol
spirits or acerbity of temper. In most ins anci. the psis
Is in 'the' frent of the head, over one or liri key es, and
horintlinia provoking vomiting; under this Wass may als,
lienelliwid Retook/jet. -
-- 'nfrthe treatment of eithar claawof lignuache the Ce.
phalio Pith have beep found a sure apd.sale remedy, nc
device the most acute pains in a few minutes, nil by it
subtile power eradicating thd - dtaaaset of a lieV.
ache is the unerring index: ' .
Seitame.-lietsus wants 'you ' id timid her' a box of Ce
phial() Glue, no, a bottle of Prepared - Fills,—but I'c
thtuking,that's not jdst it neither;
_hut perklun yell ba
attr knowink what it le. Ye: see slie's bigh dead au,i
gone witti toe dick Headache, and went, some more el
that same as relaived her belme.
Druggirt.—You must-math Spalding's Pitts.
Bridget.—Och I sure nowerut you've Bed it, here's the
quarter mad gtv me the hue and don't be all Itap, abut: ,
Corit . ti-I,lion or Codiveneso.
No one of the "many llle flesh Is heir t," 'ad preva
lent, 80 little understood, and BO much neglected us Cos
tiveness. Often • other sting in carele. sorsa, r soden •
tar/ habits; it is regailled as aslight diserder of two little
conseipmace to eirCile anxiety, Vile in reality it is tiro
precursor and companion of many of many of the mint
'fatal and dangerous please, and. unless eradica
ted it will bring-the sufferer to an ' crave—
Among the lighter - evils of which costiveness is-theusual
attendant are Headache, Colic, Rheumatism, Foul Bream,
Ttlek and others of like nature, while a lung train of
ifriglitthi;diseaseS BUM( es Idalignant fevers, AOc.essas,
Dysentery, Diarrhata, Dyspepsy, Apoplexy, Epueley.
44raVais, - El.katetia, Hyposhondriiiiki; Alelaneboly and
Jusantly, first indicate their presence in the,system
-Ihls'alarmtog symPtinzi. Not tharrequently the tlisca-es
emitted orlglunte,in Constipation, but take - i - on an inde
pendent existence unites the. cause is eradicated in no
'e.irly stage. From all these - considerations it iollowa that
the disorder 'Should 'receive immediaid attention When
ever it occnra,.and no person shuuld neglect bigot a box
of Cephalic Pula on the first appearance of the Complaint.
us their - Utueb use will expei : ttra in,shluous approach n
disease and destrvy this dangerous foe to human life.
es,new . is that hea eacie F
Met. Jiffses.ootte lakictoi, all gone tdbe 1411 you neat
eared Intl in just, twenty mlinttee,and wish you would
send'more sothat I can neve theta nano.
Phyddatil...—YOU can get them
.attiny Druggists. _ Caii
for Cephalic Mils, L_And ,they-nefer maul , and I recom
mend them in alleases ef.klegthiche, .• • ~_
"Zones.--ratigle tinietiiiietly; and shall
-t e ll all usy.liniferlagiriendl,,l44theyiere a teal Westing.
- . .. " " .
MIILIONS OR &IMPS CAVIL 6 M r : bris
iold two militate . -of bottles of his Webs , Prepared
Glue and it lo estimated that each bottle saws at leis' ten
'thillit'in"woritrot titokeu Ibrniture, ththr maldOr al. aggro ,
eogatjgof wepirmtdions. or 1i0141115 replaitheti from total
loss by valublbjaluvotioii. Baring made '-fa Glue
Chats tolddonittiOlo - Ow tpropOstir to do the world sill
rgreaterecreiciens curing all the aching head 3 with hin
' Cent:nine Pilla, and If they are as gOisd at his Glue, Bead
itches will soon WWI:* away itte snow in Judy.
•1,911 1 e1l
4_ , 6511-eatitloN t
.17, 1* S,EXCIMilUST, and the ;mental .care and auxin
ty incident to Close attention to business or study, ar e
amonitttlfe tinmenitts causes of NervonsiStiadaehe. The
'diaordered state of mind and body incident to this di,-
&ening complaint is a fatal blow to all energy and am•
4iniferers by thiai disorder can always obtain
speedy relief from these distressing attacks by using one
albs likipbalis.Pills whenever tbe symptoms appear
It quiets the overtasked brain, and soothes ,the strained
and Jarring nerves, and relaxes the tension of the st
maieli whichnlwaysaccompinnes andapgrava• es the di=
ordered condition of the brain.
FACT WORTH KNowao.--Bpalding's Cephalic 11113 ere
a certain cure for Sick Headache, Nikons Headache,
Nervone-Headache, Coatividiess and General Debility.
GERAT iblicommv.---, Among . the most impOrtant of ail
the great medical diseoireriei of this age may be con
eidered the 'twitters:l of rvacifnnation ler protection from
Sthall..,Pox, the Cephalic Pill for relief of -Headache, and
the en a ct Quinine:for tho prevention of Fever', either Gi
which la a sure specific, whose benefits will be _expert.
sliced by wafering humanity long after their discoverers
Dni you ever hive the Sick Headache ? Do you re
member tam throbbing temples, the fevered brow, the
loath i ngland • disgust at thd sight of food. How tOtelly
Malt you were for pliasure, conversation or study. One
og 4 loool4llTh .Wetuld have isaleved7on from all tba
g Which yoa theft ., .efFerienced. For this and
other iniimi;silioa always have a box of them ou
'baud to use as occasion requires.
the We of 63E4 Pills the periodic attacks of Zi r ,
or &ck iffeikkicka may tie. preirented; and it taken a
itite commencement, of an attack Immediate relief fro
.fia,* and sickness may be obtained.
- /NET Seldom Zan I.li re .moviqg tkiS Nausea mid Hoirlache
to which females are so subject.
They act geilgripec the botvels,..removing Conitews.
For Likr.qhi, Nab ,Studends, Delicate Females, and al:
persona oraidolfary they are valuable as a Law•
nye; ti4 rOvles'oiidpsetite, - tilvink, tom and vigor to the'
dirndl%) 042614, _
-and. restoring the natural elasticity
.strength of Ms whole system--
The WailL l , C FILLS are . the result of long investi
gatfen and eared* conducted experiments,
ha lug tee'
'in use hi many veers, which time they have 1
vented and relieved a vast amount of pain and suits - mg
'frotti ll eadaohe, whelber eritinatiak fn the nervous EV'
tern ° IF A 9 lll a dorldlidid Maki &the stomach.
TAY are entirely
:iegetable In their composition, a"
,>al►ybe tsicbp At all - times With perfect safely a 11.1,0ut
making tier change tit diet, and the absence of u ny dio
:Afecibk tarts renders'it auy to art 'nista Menlo dildr , N
BEWARE. OF COUNTICOFF.ITs
The , gendiedi-have Bye signatures of Henry C. epald.u.:
field by prtatebi *IA 'ail' tither Dealers in Medicines
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All : 01. 410i1s ilhou?st adateiowi to
HENRY. H. SPALDING,
Ede 48 Cedar it, New