Pennsylvania daily telegraph. (Harrisburg, Pa.) 1857-1862, February 11, 1861, Image 3

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Monday Afternoon, February 11, 1861.
WASTFD.-A situation is wanted by a worthy
industrious man, who is willing to make him
self generally useful in any honorable employ-
Luint Enquire at this offic,..
A STATED MUTING of the Board of Directors
of the Hope Fire Company wilt be held this
IMonday evening at 7 o'clock. Punctual at
t, ndeure is required. By order.
'OUR NATIVE LAND.' —The patriotic poetic
ttiusion under the above title, sent to us as
,ginai, by a lady correspondent, appeared first
n 1832, and has been going the rounds of
svapaperdom ever since.
vcrmty of the Typographical Union comes off
at Brant's Hall this evening. Of course our
friends of the "stick and rule" will have a
pleasant reunion, and a good time generally.
FURTHER RUPP=of—James Miller,
convicted of the murder of Henry Gerker, in
Philadelphia, sentenced to be hanged, and re
spited by Qov. Packer, has received a further
respite from Gov. Curti®. It seems that the
fference in the verdict, between Miller and
• :11.11, was occasioned by the watch of Gerker
eying been found in the pocket of Miller. It
said that some facts have come to light to
show that the watch was placed in Mißer's
pocket by Reihl ; and the respite has been.
granted for the purpose of allowing time to go
Into an investigation. The execution has been
postponed until the twelfth of April next.
Cat sr MARSHAL OF man Franum.—A meeting,
composed of conferees from the various fire
companies of the city, was Held on Saturday
evening, when Major John B.
.Cox, of the
Washington Hose Company, was selected as
Chief Marshal of the Fire Department for the'
parade on the 22d Inst. A committee was also
appointed to wait upon the Legislative Com
mittee of Arrangements and inform them of the
action of the conference. By the following
communication from Major David Mumma,
which was received on Saturday last too late
for publication, it will be seen that he declined
the position generously assigned him by the
Legislative Committee of Arrangements :
Genoa BRRONER & CO :—I notice in your pa-i
per of yesterday that the Committee of Ar
rangements for the parade on the 22d instant
have appointed me a marshal of the Fire De
partment. This appointment was made with
out my knowledge or consent. Although a
contributing member of nearly all the Fire com
panies In the city, I am not an active member
of any of them. I have no desire for any posi
tion of the kind, but if I had I would prefer, in
a case of this kind, to let the Fire companies
elect a Marshal from among their own active
members. While, therefore, I fully appreciate,
the compliment tendered by the Committee, I
most respectfully decline it
SATURDAY, Feb. 9, 1861.
nounced in a recent issue that this company
had resolved not to participate in the parade
on Washington's birth day, for the reason that
such a demonstration might give offence to the
South I This resolution (originated and engi
neered through by a prominent butweak-kneed
Democrat who holds an official position in our
city) excited general and just indignation
throughout the entire community, and induced
the company to reconsider their action. A
meeting was held for the purpose on Saturday
evening, when the resolution was reconsidered
and defeated by nearly a unanimous vote, and
a motion adopted to join in the parade. The
" sober second thought" shows the Good Will
boys to be all right on the Union question.—
They deserve credit for thus emphatically re
buking dictation from an official quarter. We
give the facts as they came to us from a relia
ble source, and presume them to be correct.
While penning this item the following com
munication from the Secretary of the Company
was handed to us for publication, which ex
plains the matter satisfactorily :
MUIRISBURG, Feb. 9, 1861.
Mr. EDITOR: An article appeared in the TEL
EGRAPH of this evening under the bead of
"Misplaced Patriotism," which is rather se
vere upon the members of the Good Will Fire
Company—at least upon a large majority of
them—and has placed us in an unpleasant po
sition before the public. And, sir, if "Amon
Patriae" will lend an ear to our explanation he
will be more merciful. It seems that an item
appeared in the Patriot and Union of yesterday
morning, calling a special meeting of our com
pany for that evening. There was no notice
given in the MINIUM% In the afternoon, and
a large majority who are readers of the Tara
onion, knew nothing about the meeting until
it was over and the proceedings made known
by a few whom accident had taken there. And
sir, one of them fought so lustily for the
right that there has been a charge brought
against him by one of our weak kneed seces
sionists, for want of patriotism. This morning
a call was again made for a special meeting
this evening for the purpose of reconsidering
the obnoxious resolutions adopted the previous
evening. The gentleman who presented them
has them now in his possession for publication,
so you may yet have an opportunity of seeing
them. The yeas and nays were called and
were as follows, on the motion to reconsider:
YEAR —Memo. A. Bingaman, J. F. Kelley, A.
Rohrer, G. Bingaman, Samuel Miller, S. S.
,E. Wenerich, J. M. Laurie, A. H.
Brinks, Benjamin Stroh, W. G. Walters, E. C.
Knepley, M. Rohrer, Jno. Smith, W. Reese, J.
M. Weaver, H. Gets, Abram Ores, Isaac Wells
and Samuel Roberts.
NAYS—Messrs. G. B. Egle, A. C. Dunkle, K.
D. Greer and Chas. H. A. Gable. The rest be
ing afraid of giving offence in a certain quarter
by voting yea, and ashamed to vote nay, so we
stood twenty-one for the Union, and four for Se
The company then adopted the following ro.
solution, which the Secretary pro tem. was re.
quested to have published In the daily papers :
Resolved, That the members of the Good Will
Engine Company will unite with the members of
the different Fire Companies of this city, in the
ceremonies attendant uieon the hoisting of the
American Flag on the dome of the Capitol of
Pennsylvania, ordered by the Legislature now
in session, to take place on the 22d of this pre
sent month, that being the anniversary of the
birth-day of Wasinwirras the founder of our glo
rious Union.
J. M. LAvazz, SardarltPro Om•
Paris.—lt is well known to the readers of the
TELEGRAPH that a person representlnk himself
to be a "Reverend" gentleman, held forth in the
Methodist -Church for nearly three weeks, and
that various sensation sermons were delivered
by him ; also that he was frequently noticed
in the TIELLGRAPH as an eloquent preacher—and
our readers advised to go and hear him. This
Reverend Robinson was brought to this city by
Rev. Mr. Bishop, the Methodist clergyman of
the Locust street Church, whom we respect
highly, and introducedras an eminent divine.
Through his recommendation we were induced
to notice the man favorably, and commend his
efforts. But as gaols as Robinson was suspected
of hypocrisy„ and after the rely men who
nvited him hither had shipped him off "be
tween two days," we exposed the masked hypo
crite, and warned other respectable clergymen
and Christian associations to beware of the wolf
in sheep's clothing. In all this we vrupathized
deeply with the Rev. Mr. Bishop, and ex
culpated him from all knowledge that th 6
man was 'other than he pretended to be.
Whilst d4lng our utmost. to avert the had
effects which' it was feared might result
from the actions of this "gay deceiver," we
hear, to our astonishment, thatrarcourse was
yesterday condemned in the ptfl by the Rev.
Mr. Bishop, the very clerg3iman who invited
Robinson here; that Robinson's course was
more justified than condemned ; and an an
nouncement made that all who had circulated
stories prejudisial to him would be prosecu
ted. We learn that many of the congregation
who heard the attempted defence of Robinson,
werditsgusted. While we have no desire to
enter into any discussion with the Rev. Mr.
Bishop on the conduct of Robinson, who
;ms to be so near at heart tohim, we respect
ful y put the following interrogatories to him,
with thti sincere hope that he may be able to
answer them satisfactorily to his congregation
and friends who were so badly deceived by this
man Robinson.
1. Was not the Rev. Mr. Robinson suspected
of being too intimate with a certain young
lady, and was he not watched by yourself and
certain prominent men in your church ; and
was it not ascertained that he had taken walks
on the old bridge at an unusual hour of the
evening with the lady in question?
2. Did the sister of the lady in question
proclaim that the Rev. Mr. Robinson bad for
some time kept ter sister as his mistress?
8. Did Mr. Robinson visit the State Lunatic
Hospital last summer, in company with the
young girl alluded to, and were the couple
announced as Dr. Robinson and lady?
4. Why was the Rev. Mr. Robinson forbidden
to preach on Friday evening, when it bad been
publicly announced that he would do so ?
5. Why was he not permitted to deliver the
lecture on Saturday evening, according to an
nouncement, at which time it was proposed
to raise funds for him in order to compensate
him for his labors here ?
6. Why was the Rev. Robinson Invited to
leave this city by the very first train, and fur
nished with only $lO, when they expected-to
raise $lOO for him t
DA.vro MumiA
If all these circumstances are not sufficient
to arouse suspicion in the community, we desire
Mr. Bishop to explain them ; and if he does so
satisfactorily we shall be the first to correct any
and all the charges brought against him by us
and his revilers.
Mr. Robinson left here for the West, stopping
at Altoona, where he was requested to remain
over Sabbath ; but he pretended to hallo urgent
business at Pittsburg. A pass over the Penn
sylvania Railroad was procured for him with
the understanding that he would return to
that place. Araiving at Pittsburg, he made
himself very soon acquainted with the Rev. S.
N. Baird, editor of the Methodist Journal in that
city. He assisted that gentleman to adminis
ter the Lord's Supper on the Sabbath, and
made himself at once conspicuous ; but unfor
tunately foi him, our notice was republished
in a Pittsburg paper and of course spread at
once over the city. The Rev. Mr. Baird took
his guest to task, when Mr. Robinson expressed
surprise and stated that he would at once have
it corrected and return. But strange as it
may appear to all honest and upright men, the
Rev. Mr. Robinson did not make his appear
ance again, and left in great haste. Did he act
like an honest and innocent man? We leave
Mr. Bishop to say. We understand that he
passed through here on his way to Philadelphia,
on Friday last. Why did he not stop then and
meet his accusers face to face?
In all our remarks on this subject, we have
endeavored our utmost to exculpate the Rev.
Mr. Bishop from all blame in bringing an un
worthy man here to preach in his church ; and
yet, after having been placed in the most fa
vorable light before hbroongregation, and those
attending his church, he saw fit to denounce
the very journal which has defended his course.
We are, however, perfectly satisfied. We know
that every honest Methodist, and every well
meaning Christian, denounces the conduct of
this Robinson in the severest terms; and if Mr.
Bishop desires to become his apologist and de
fender, our columns are open to him, with a
reservation, however, that we shall reply in
such manner as circumstances may require.
Tim Twzarrv-Szoozn.—The committee have
perfected the arrangements for the demonstra
tion on the anniversary of Washington's Birth
Day, on the occasion of elevating the new
American Flag to the dome of the Capitol, and
a handsome display may be anticipated. The
Cameron Guard, the various Fire Companies,
and the several Lodges of Masons and Odd Fel
lows, German Association; Ad., of this city, are
all expected to participate, and the probability
is that they will be joined by military and civic
associations from abroad. It is expected that
a number of the latter will report themselves
during the present week. Oar rural friends in
old Dauphin, and people along the lines of the
various railroads centering here, should be on
hand to see the sights, and unite with the
members of the Legislature, and their fellow
citizens generally, in testifying their devotion
to the Union as it is, and their appreciation o
the memory , of the "Father of his Country."—
Let the coming twenty-second of February be a
gala day In the Capital City of the old Keystone
State, and one long to be remembered.
Penttspluania IDaU telegrap4, ,ffionbap ftbruarp 11, 186 L
A STAINS Mirrnta of the Friendship Fire
Company will be held this evening, at the
usual time and place.
ways first in every patriotic cause, will meet at
the office of David Harris, Esq., to-morrow at
Jour o'clock, to take action relative to the pa•
rade on the 22d inst.
postponed for the present, the Society being ac
tively engaged in preparing for a concert to be
given in one of onechurches during the pre
sent month.
our cotemporaries in various sections of the
State are demonstrating their devotion to the
Union by displaying the Stars and Stripes over
their respective establishments. One of them
(the Doylestown Intellsgeneer) run up a new and
beatiful flag last week and the editor indulged
in the following jubilant and appropriate re
marks on the occasion :
"In these days of national degeneracy, when
the flag that our fatipus have taught us to re
vere, in a portion of our land is ruthlessly torn
from its fastenings and trampled in the dust,
what patriot, what man who still loves his
country and her blessed institutions, can look
upon the Stars and Stripes, as they float in the
breeze, and not feel his heart throb within him
and rejoice that his lot is cast inthe land of the
free? No traitor can look upon this glorious
emblem of our nationality without blushing.
The beautiful American flag, which is occasionly
suspended in front of the htd/igencer office,
was unfurled to the breeze %at Thursday mor
ning, in honor of the admission of Kansas into
the Union. This sudden exhibition of our na
tional colors created quite a sensation in our
borough, and a number of persons hurried into
this office to learn what was up. The Star
Spangled Bann4 never looked more charming,
or struck the beholder with greater force.—
Kansas, after patiently waiting for years for
admission into the Sisterhood of States, is at
last allowed her rights, and just now, when
State after State is pretending to rash out of the
Union because it has proved to them a burthen,
this young State of the far West, of her own
accord,.places herself under the protection of
the General Government, and contributes an
other Star to the glorious constellation which
decorates the Flag of our Union. The specta
cle was a grand and sublime one. It seemed
to us that every Union man moved as if a foot
had been added to his height and he had re
solved anew that he would stand by the flag of
his country to the last, and that when it went
down, it should be with his hands firmly grasp
ing its folds. Even the few sympathizers in our
borough with the rebels of the South, as they
passed by, glancing at this emblem of liberty,
waving in the bright sunlight, seemed con
strained to pay it deference, and felt half in
clined henceforward to give the Rattlesnake
and the Pelican the go-by and follow the Starry
Flag of the Union. Shame ! shame l on any
man breathing the free air of Bucks county
who is not unconditionally for his country and
the perpetuity of the Government. Such a
man must be dead to every sense of patriotism,
and false to liberty and free government.
'•The star spangled banner, oh I long Met It wave
O'er the land or the free and the home of the brave I"
zsr Goons OFFEBXD Yur.-2,000 yards Canton
flannel at 10 cents, worth 12 cents. 2,000
yards 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.-
1,600 yards of unbleached muslin at 10 cents
the beat ever made for the price. 1,000 under
shirts and drawers at, 60, 62 and 75 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 cost. Now
is the time to get bargains. S. Lswr, at
Rhoads' old corner.
Mormon, Raab Taxs.—The following is an
extract from a letter written by the pastor of a Baptist
church to the "Journal and Messenger," Cincinnati,
Ohio, and speaks volumes in favor of that world-re
nowned medicme—Mrs. WinßlOW'S Soothing Synp lbr
Children Teething :
"We see an advertisement in your colorer' of Mrs.
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in favor of a patent medicine before in our life, but we
feel compelled to say to our readers, that 'blots no hum
bug—we have tried it, cod know 11 to be aftit animal. I
s, probably, one of the most successful medicines of th
ay, because it is one of the best. And those of you
adore who have babies can't do better than to lay 2
aufidf. au2
Wowra Know'No.—Prof. Wood, whose ad
vertisement will be found in another column, has discov
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practicable and cheap. It requires no dyeing, no wig,
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without number, and from men of great intelligence,
high standing and moral worth.
Thigui who have been bald for years are now wearing
their own hair, and appear len years younger than they
did six months ago. As in most cases gray hairs and
bald heads are both premature and unnatural, It is a duty
to remedy them by the natural and undoubted means
which Prof. Wood has invented, and new kindly offers
to the afflicted. Read his advertisement, try his wonder
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Memphis Whig.
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SPAIDING's Plume= Gius is designed for
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WooD's Hera Raarcatenvi.—Among all
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the popularity that Prof. Wood's Hair Restorativ enow
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NOTICE is hereby given that all per
sons Indebted to the estate of Jacob Rineard, late of
Susquehanna township, Dauphin county, deed., are
hereby notified to pay the same to the subscriber, be.
tween this date and Um first of April next, and any per
son having claims against said docedent are hereby re
quested to present them to the subscriber without de
ink-wets Agent for Widow and leirs.
113IIBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that
letters of Administration on the estate of Mutsu.
loan, late of the city of Harrisburg, have been granted
to the undersigned, and persons knowing themselves
debted in any wise to said estate, will please make bum
diate payment, and those having claims will present
them to the =demised.
to-wet M. O. JOHNS, Administretrin.
Couons.—The sudden changes of our climate
are sources of Pulmonary, Bronchial and Asthmatic Af
fections. Experience having proved that simple reme
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 Lozenges, let
the Cold, Cough or Irritation of the Throat be ever so
slight, as by this precaution a more serious attack may
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See advertisement. delo-d-swaw6m
THE Anynansna, having been restored to
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having suffered several years with a severe lung affect
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he conceives to be nvaluabie, and he hopes every suf
ferer will try his remedy, as it will cost them nothing,
and may prove a blessing.
Parties wishingthe prescription will please address
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Full and explicit directions accompany each box. Price
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doe Other outward applications for Scrofula, Balt Rheum,
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New 2buertistments.
At the Ninth Exhibition of the Mass. Charitable
Mechanic Association, 1860,
THE UNDERSIGNED has opened his
WEBER OFFICE, corner of Third street and Black
berry alley, near Herr 's Hotel
eteo—TWO 500518 with folding doors TO LET, snits
We for a Lawyer's office. Possession can be had Imme
diately. W. F. MURRAY.
Arso—NORSES AND CARRIAGES to hire at the same
Man Querriats, 6th Div. P. V.,
Harrisburg, Feb. 5, 1861. r
The Joint Committee of the Senate and House
of Representatives have appointed the under
signed, Officer Commanding andlfarshal of the
day, to celebrate the anniversary of the Birth
of Washington, and do honor to the Flag of the
Union, by displaying it on this grand occasion
from the Dome of ,the Capitol, which Flag is
sanctified by his toil, his patriotism and the
glorious achievements of our Revolutionary
The Governor, Beads of Departments, Offi
cers and Members of the Senate and House of
Representatives will participate.
The invitation is extended to all the military
of the-State, Soldiers of the War of 1812, Offi
cers of the Army and Navy, Judges, Clergy,
Masons, Odd Fellows, Firemen, Civic Societies
and Citizens.
I. The military will form on Friday, Febru
ary 22d, 1861, at 10 o'clock, A. M., on Market
street, the right resting on Third street, to
move precisely at 114 o'clock, A. M.
Marshal R. A. Lumberton will form the so
cieties on the left of the military.
Marshal David Mumma will form the fire
men on Third street, right resting on Market
street, facing east. The Marshals will report
at Head Quarters for further orders.
11. The order of procession will bees follows
in three divisions :
Officer Commanding.
General Officers and Staff.
Officers of the Army and Navy.
Soldiers of the War of 1812, bearing the-Stars
awl Stripes
Marshal.—R. A. LAunswrov.
Governor Curtin.
Orator of the day, Hon. R. M. Palmer, Speaker
of the Senate.
Joint Committee of the Senate and House.
Heads of Departments.
Judges of the Supreme and District Courts.
Officers and Members of the Senate.
Officers and members of the House.
Odd Fellows.
Civic Sooities.
• Citizens.
Marshall—DAVlD M173111A.
HI. The veteran soldiers of the war 1812
will raize the flag to the dome of the Capitol.
IV. Major JOSEPH F. KNEE% detailed com
mander of ordenance to fire national salute of
thirty-four guns during the procession, and
thirteen guns at the elevation of the flag.
V. The Cameron Gttarcha Capt. Emits, will
perform guard duty at the Capitol.
VI. Route—Form on Third and Market;
down to Front, down to Washington Avenue,
out to Second, up to Chesnut, up to Third, up
to Market, out to Fourth, up to Walnut, down
to Second, up to Pine, out to Front, up to
State to the Capitol.
Returning—Down Third to Locust, down to
Front, down to Market. Governor Curtin pass
in Review. Dismissed.
VII. All reports will be made at Head-
Quarters, Jones House, by the 15th of February.
By command of
Major General WM. H. KBIM,
Officer Commanding and Chief Marshal.
there Cough, Cold, Hoarseneu, Injtu
soW4o, ensa, any irritation or Soreness of
cb U ' the Throat, Relieve the Hacking
B RONGH I Al Vt::7= 1
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V C/ear and Dios growth to
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Few are aware of the importance of checking a Gough
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beginning would yield t o a mild remedy, if neglected, soon
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"That trouble in my Throat, (for which
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"I recommend their nsa to Public
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' "lamest !natant relief In the alatresalng
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008." DR. A. A. HAYES,
Chemist; Boston.
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Coughs, &o."
_ Boston.
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DR. J. F. W. LANE,
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'.Beneficial when compelled to speak,
suffering from Cold."
St. Louis.
"Effectual in removing Hoarseness and
Irritation of the Throat, so common with
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. . .
La GralGa.
Teacher of Meru
Female 00l .
"Great benefit when taken before and
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ness. Prom their past effect, I think they
will be of permanent advantage to me."
President of Athens College, Tem.
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Hoisery, Gloves, Gatintletts, in large quantities.
Great assortment of Embroideries.
Ladies Underwear, different sizes and quality.
Gentlemen's do do do
Misses' do do do
Boys' Stn do do
Cloths, Cassirneres, Satinetts, Jeans,
And everything for Men and Boys wear,
Gentlemen' Shawls.
Alt goods, without distinction to style or quality, will
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Next door to the Harrisburg Bank.
Market Squaro.
HOUSSEtin different parts or this city. Stabling at.
Melted to some or them. Possession given the first of
April mat [l2-3ml GRA S. C. /WM.
Ntro 2buertistments.
A Distinguished St. Louis Physician Writes
Sr. LOUIS, July 10:18130.
O. T. WOOD, Esq.: Dear Sir Allow me the pleasure
and satisfaction to transmit to you the beneficial effects
of your Hair Restorative, after a trial of five Tears I
commenced using your Restorative in January, 1855,
since which time I have not been without a bottle on
baud. When I commenced the use, my hair was quite
thin, and at least one-third gray, A few applications
stopped its turning, and in three weeks time there was
not a gray hair to be noticed, neither has there been up
to this time.
-.After my hair was completely restored, I continued its
use by applying two or three times per month. My hair
has ever continued healthy, soft and glossy, and my
scalp perfectly free from dandruff. I do not imagine the
fasts above mentioned will be of any particular advan
tage to yOn, or even flatter your vanity at this late day,
as 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 pint of the time
the past three years, and have taken pride and pleasure
in recommending your Restorative, and exhibiting its
SAMOS 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 Instance,
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. as 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 La astonishing that people will patronize
an article of no reputation, when there is One at hand
that has been proved beyond a doubt.
Apparently Some of those obarltans have not brains
enough to write an advertisement, as I notice they have
copied yours word for word in several instances, merely
inserting some other name in place of yours.
I have, within the past five years, seen and talked with
more than two thousand persons that have used your
preparation with perfect success—some for baldness
gray hair, scald head, dandruff, and every disease the
scalp and bead are subject to.
I called to see you personally at your original place of
business here, but learned you were now living in New
You are at liberty to publish this or refer parties to
me. Any communication addressed to me, care box No,
1,920, will be promptly answered.
Yours, truly,
WARY DRUMS, Perry Co., Pa., June 7, 1850.
Prof. WOOD, Dear Sir :—I was induced more than a
year ago to try your valuable Hair Restorative for the
purpose of cleansing my bead of dandruff. I bad suffered
With it upon my hoed for years, and bad never been able
to get anything to do me any good In removing It, al
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 halt completely removedall dand
nil from my bead, and an application once in two weeks
keeps it free from any Oohing or other unpleasantness.—
I must also state that my hair had become quite white
in places, and, by the use of yoar preparation, has been
restored to its original color. /a m now 50 years 01 age,
and although I have used two bottles of the Restorative,
no one lute any knowledge of it, as 1 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 mo
in keeping it clean, &e., than at any time since I have
been a child. I consider your preparation of great value,
and, elinoughl 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 abape you think proper, if it Is worth any thing to
you. Yours &c. ,
Busecueurrort, Ind., July 30, 1859.
Data &a : I here send you a statement that I think
yea are entitled to the benefit of. I am a resident of
Blosmington, and have 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 and unpliant. I
bad seen a number of certificates of the very wonderful
efflict of your Hair Restorative but sup,.osed there was
more fiction than truth in them: but entenaining &strong
desire to have my hair, if possible, restored to its origi
nal color and fineness, as it was lu my younger days a
beautillil 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,
tbllowing directions as nearly es f could. I soon discov
' ered the dandruirremoved, and my hair, that was falling
off in large quantities, was considerably tightened, and a
radical change taking place in the color. I have contin
ued to use it, tilt I have used three of your small bottles
and hiet bemisr , on the fourth. I have now as pretty a
headhf dark brown, or light black hair as any wea r er
as I bad in my 'enthral days, When a boy in Me bills of
Western Virginia. My head is entirely clear of dandruff,
and the hair ceased entirely falling elf and is as soft and
line, and feels as oily, as though it was just from the
hands of a French champooner. Many of my acquaintan
ces frequently say to me "Sutler, where did you get that
tine wig ?" I tell them it was the effect of your hostora
live. It is almost impossible to convince thorn that it is
the original hair of the same old gray head.
Yours, truly,
Bloomington, Monroe Co., led.
WOOD'S Hun Parrosarivn has acquired a reputattot
from actual test and experiment which cannot be en
hanoed 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 tried 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.—Colnmbi.i
PROF. WOOD'S fIAIR RISTORATIVE.-10 another column
will be loumi an advertisement of thia wall known auo
excellent preparation for restoring gray hsir to its origi
nal color. The Hair Restorative also cores cutaneous
eruptions, and prevents the hair falling off. We have
seen many authentic testimonials in proot of these asser
tions some of which are from gentlemen whom we have
known for many years as persons of the most reliable
character. Don't dye till you hr. a tried this Restorative.
Boston Olive BrancA.
WOOD'S HAIR RESTORATIVS,—We are not in the habit of
puffing every new discovery, for in nine cases out of tee
they are quack nostrums, but we take great pleasure in
recommending Professor Wood's article to all whose hair
is falling oil or turning gray. Our well known contribu
tor, Finley Johnson, Esq., has experienced the benefit of
its application, and Joins with us In speak' ag of its virtues.
Let all try it, and bald heads will be as rare as snow In
summer.—Baltimore Patriot.
WOOD'S BAIR Itzeroatafres.—Unlike most specifics, this
is proved, by unimpeachable evidence, to possess great
efficacy as a restorer of the hair to pristine vigor. Where
the head had become almost bald because of sickness,
the use of this article has produced a beautiful growth cf
thick, glossy hair. It is therefore a valuable prepara
tion tbr all classes. Its Ingredients are such as to einem
ally eradicates dandruff and other impurftlee,--which
operate so injuriously to the hair. It also has curative
properties of another description. In many cases pim
ples and other disfigurements of the akin dlsappair wher
ever lt la used. There is no hazard attaching to the trial
of his remedy, and its effects can only be bene fi cial, as
the compound lilt does not cause a mrififeet Improve
ment, is incapable of doing harm,'as its component ele
ments are perfectly innocuous .— Boston Transcript, elprii
22, 1859.
A Goithar Boox.—Tn our capacity as conductor of a
public journal, we are called upon to advertise the cure
'ells of the day, each of which claims to be unadulterated
in its composition and infallible in itt curative effects,
with what justice we leaie our readers to deterctlne. In
one instance, however—Prof. Wood's Hair Restorative
—we are so well assured of the notable qualities of the
article, that we give It our indorsement as all that its in
ventor and vender claim it to be. Its effect upon a falling
head of hair is universally known to be magical. Like
lime or guano on .exhausted land, It brings its crop wtier
ever applied. Our own thatch is fortunately very heal
thy, but we advise our friends with sparsely-growing
hair to try the Restorative.—thlumbia Spy.
ALL HAIR Drys Tfrortt's Oreat Article ha s
Ihiffn the/W.—Professor Wood stands on an eminence
no 'Mamba, whose morale has been turned to insestisg
a hair tonic, has ever before reached. His fame is sud
den but w orld-Wide, and thousands who have worn wigs
or been bald for years are now, through the use of Ws
preparation, wearing their own natural and luxuriant
head covering. So much for chemistry, the chemistry
of human life, and the laws which apply to the Amadeus
of the system. Prof. Wood studied out the human hair,
Hs c haracter, its properties and diseases, and bow to re
store the decaying vitality, to that ornament ; he saw, es
in his ewn case, that gray hair is unnatural unless the
age of the individual has reached four score, and he be
lieved that the hair could„be naturally revitalized. He
tried his own wise—almost bald and quite gray, at the
age or thirty-seven—he restored his own hair In color,
strength and luzurianoe,-and the , article he did it with
he gave to the world. Get WOWS HAIR BIEXITOR.E.-
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