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READING RAIL ROA D .
ON AND AFTER DEC. 12th, 1860.
TWO MIMEO= TRAM LEAVE HARRISBURG
DAILY, (Bandays excepted,) at 8.00 A. M., and 1.16 P.
for Philadelphia, arriving thore at 1 26 P. M., and
6.15 P. 11.
RETURNING, LEAVE PHILADELPHIA at 8.00 A. M.
and 8.80 P. AL, arriving at Harrisbrrg at IP. M. and
8.15 P. M.
FARES :—Yo Phlladelphia, No. 1 Oars, $3.25 ; No. 2 (In
same train,) $2.75.
FARES ;--To Reading, $1.60 and $1.30. •
& Reading, connect with train!' for Pottaville, Miner*
Ville, Tamaqua. Catawisea, &c.
FOUR TRAINS LEAVE READING FOR PRILADEL.
PIMA DAILY, at 6A. IL ; 10.45 A M., 12.80 noon and
0.43 P. M.
LEAVE PHILADELPHIA FOR READING at 8.00 A. M.,
1.00 P,M., 8.80 P. M., and 5.00 P. M.
FARES :—Reading to Philadelphia, 81.75 and $1.45.
THE MORNING 'TRAM FROM HARRISBURG CON-
Nears AT READING with up train for Wilkesbarre,
Pittston and Scranton.
For through Dakota and other information apply to
J. J. CLYDE,
PENNSYLVANIA RAIL ROAD !
Wfl TEE TIME TABLE.
FIVE TRAINS DAILY TO AND ,
- ox AND - ortre --
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 26th, 'lB6O,
The passenger trains of the Pennsylvania Railroad OM
party will depart from and arrive at Harrisburg and
Philadelphia as follows :
THROUGH EXpREEN TRAIN leaves Harrisburg at 2.40
a. m. acid arrives at West Philadelphia at 6.60 a. an.
FAST, LINE leaves Harrisburg at 12.55 p. in., and
arrives at West Philadelphia at 5.00 p: m.
MAIL TRAIN leaves Harrisburg at 5./5 p. m., arrives
at West Philadelphia - at 10.20 , p. m.
These trains nuke close connection at Philadelphia with
the New York Lines.
ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, No. 1, loaves Harrisburg
at 7..0 a. m., runs via Mount Joy, and arrives at West
Philadelphia at 12,30 P. m.
ELtaltalliUßG ACCOMMODATION TRAIN leaves Har
risbnrg at 1.15 p.m_.,and arrives at, West Philadelphia
at 6.40 p. in..
ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, No. 2, leaves Harrisburg
at 5.26 p. m., runs via Mount Joy connecting at Diller.
villa wltleliML TRAIN East for Philadelphia.
WESVW A D
THROUGH MICPREB9 TRAIN leaves Philadelphia at
10.50 arrives at Harrisburg at 8.10 a. in.
MAIL TRAIN /eaves Phibuielphia at 8.00-a. in., ar
rives a.tHarriaburg at 1.20 p. m.
LOCAL Kin TRAIN leaves Harrisburg for Pittsburg
at 7.00 a. m.
TARP LINE 411,V8E1 Pldladelphia at 12.00, noon, arrives
at Harriabitig at,410 p. m.
HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION TRAIN leaves
Philadelphia at 2,00 p. in., and arrives at Harrisburg
at 7.85 p. '
AOCOMMODATION TRAIN leaves Philadelphia at 4.00.
. in., and arrives' at Harrisburg at 9.45 p. m.
Attention la called fo the fact, that passengers leaving
Philadelphia at 4.00 pp m. connect at Lancaster with
MOUNT JOY ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, and wive at
Harrisburg at 9.46, p. m.
SAMUEL D. YOUNG,
Steg. PAK Division Poisughania RaGroad.
n 0126 SIKH:
Northern Central Railway I
zfotron - .
CHANGE OF . SCHEDULE.
Centraltuwa, leay e e n fiarrfaburg ftlowEN°•rtherri
ACCOMMODATION•TRAIN will leave at,. 3.00 A. M.
EXPRINITRAIN will - leave at; :........ .7.40 A.
MAIL P' " " ..... 1.00 P. M.
MAIL TRAIN willieave at 140 P. 11.
EXPARBB TBALM 8,50 P 111
The only Trait leaving Harrisburg on Sunday will be
the AOOOMMODATION TRAIN South at 8, a. m. 1„v
For farther Information apply at the Olike, In Penna.'
JOHN W. HALL, Agent.
Harrisburg, March 1, 1881.-1-dif
All Work Promised in One Week
STEAM DYEING ESTABLISHMENT,
;104 afar* greet,between4thadsth,
WHERE every deeedpben_of _Ladies'
an emene uri ---- nents, Moe Goode, his., are
Dyed, Cleaneed and fluishedlin the beet Manner and at
the shortest notices „DODGE &
Novil-dettlY ' PrOYlleteri
To the Citizens of New Jersey and
Apothecaries, Druggists, Grocers and
• ' 'Private
Pure Cognac Brandy.
.Watte's :Pure Dtaderla, Sherry and Port
Wolfe's - Pare Jamaica and St. Croix Rum
Wolfe , m Pare Scotch and Irish Whisky,
I beg leave te , call the attention-of. the citizens of the
United States to the above Wnms and Lamm, imported
byUdolpho.Wolfe r of- New York, whose name Is faint.
liar In every part of this country for the purity, of -his
celebrated £4I7BI*DAK &MAP/4. -Mr.• Wolfe, in his letter
to me, speaking of the purity of.hts Wilms and famous,
sayS : "I Will stake my repritatick as a man, my stand
ing as a merchant of thirty . years' residence in the My
of New York, that the ,ftermy . and' Wume which I
bottle are pure as imported, and of the beat quality, and
can be relied upon byeverypureheser.” Every bottle
has -the proprieteeennine on the wax and a fac simile
of his .signature the-certificate; The public are re
6PuoVIIRY itrrited to call and examine for themselves.—
For sale at Retail. by allApoth,emuies and Grocers in
Philadelphia. GEORGE N. ASHTON.
• 'No: 882 Market St.. Philadelphia.
- Sole Agent for Philadelphia.
Read the following from the New York Courier
Enormous Busneses HOB Ons Haw Yuan linaonamr.
We are happy to Inform our fellow-eitizons that th ere is
one place in our city where the physician, apothecary,
and country merchant, can go and purcha se pure Wines
and Liquors, impure as imported, and of the best quality:'
We do not intend-to give anclaborate description of this
merchant's extensive Mildness, although it will well re
pay any stranger or citizen to visit IJdolpho Wolfe's ex
tensive Warehouse, NOS. 18. 1.0 And. 22 -Beaver -street,
and - Nom - 17, - D ead 21, Markettleld street. His stock of
Schnapps on hand ready for Shipment eenld not have
been less than thirty thousand cases' the Brandy, some
ten thousand eases—Vintages of 1886 to 1856 ; and ten
thousand cases of. Madeira, Sherry and Port Win e,
Scotch- Mid Irish Whisky, Janette& 'and St. "Rum,
some very old and equal to any In this country. He also
had three large collars, filled with Brandy, Wine, he., in
casks, under Custom-House key, ready for bottling. Mr.
Wolfe's sales of bolumpps last year amounted to ono
hundred mid eighty thousand dozen, and we hope bless
than two years he maybeequally successful with his
BrrndieS and Wines.
His business merits the patronage of every lover Olds
species.' 'Private families who wish pure Wines and
thquois for medical use should send their orders direct
to Mr. Wolfe, until every Apothecary in the land make
up their minds to discard the poisonous stuff from their
shelves and replace it with Wolfe's pure Wros and
We understand Mr. Wolfe, for the accommodatien of
small dealers in the country, puts up assorted ' cases of
W ines.and Liquors.— Such a man, : and such, a merchant,
should be sustained against his temacif thou:sands of op
ponents in the United States, who sell nothing but imita
Lions, ruinous alike to health and human happiness.
C. B. Heller, 91 Market street, sole agent for this cit.
Black and Purple All Wool Figured Merinos,
Plain Black English Veloue Reps.
Black and PurpleTamize Clotha,Sllk and Wool.
3Plain All Wool Castuneres.and Merinos..
Blank and Gray Worsted Poplins.
Black and White All Wool De!eines.
Black and Purple Figured Cashmeres.
Lupins Best Bombazines. " •
Superior Black Lustres.
LupinPs Extra Alpaccas.
Neat Style Striped Mohairs..
Emeline Style Paramettas.
81-4 All'Wool Delatnesi
• ylain Mohairs.
ST:IMM PLAIN BLACK ERG. Rap. MOTOINING Sues,
do BLACK AND WHITS do do
do PURPLE .AKD BLACK do do
do Paiute CLOTHS, New and Thiskable.
Every article of the different kinds of DRESS
GOODS in the BLACK and. SECOND MOURNING
lino. Selected from the very best makers.
Lupin's Square Thibbet Shawls,
do Long do do
Black french Blanket Shawls,
2d Mourning French• Blanket Long Shawls,.
2d Mourning French Blanket Square do,
English Crepe Veils, (every size),
Grenadine Veils, (every size),
Bngllsh Crepes, French ,Crepes.
SHROUDING FLANNES, .
BLACK GAUNTLETTS, all kinds,
BLACK GLO I 7ES, all kinds,
BLACK BORDERED HANDKERCHIEFS,
BLACK HOLUM',(aII kinds),
SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF. COLLARS,
PLAIN BLACK RIBBONS. '
Ant inspection °four stock will convince all.
CATHCART & BROTHER, .
n 27 Next to the Harrisburg Bank.
• DR DititllTS
AROMATIC INVIGORATING SPIRIT.
This Medicine has been tared by the public for sin years,
with increasing later. 21 is recommended to Ciao
DeßeTtil4,2Vervoeutnese,H:art-Burn, COlic Pains,
Wind us the likenach, or Pains in the ance
Headache,- Drowsiness, Sidney Com
plaints, - Lots Bpirits
• INOLATNI; ESIELLUULTB3, I V AV* BUT •
IVILL,IIO7 Immo= ort Sic
AS A. MEDICINE it in qu ick 'DA effetitu;
101,, al, curing the most aggravag case o Dyspepsia,
Kidney Complaints, and all' other derange ent of the
Stomach and Bowels, in a speedy manner.
It will instantly revive the most melauch ly and
drooping spirits, and restore the weak, nervous aI d
ly to health, strength and vigor..
Persons who, from the injudielons use of liqubrs, have
become dejected, and their *nervous systems shattered,
constitutions broken-down, and subjed to that horrible
came to humanity, the:lnammne- Teemme, will , . almost
Immediately, feel the happy and healthy Invigorating
efficacy of Dr. Ham's Invigorating Spirit.
WHAT IT WILL DO. ...
Doss.—One wine glass full an,diten aß'neoefilari
One dose will remove all Bad Spirits.
Ono dose will sure Reart-burn.
Three dams will cure Indigestion..
One dose will give you a Good Appetite.
One dose will stop the distressing pains of Dyspepsia.
One dose will remove the distressin and disagreeable
effects of Wind or Flatulence, and soon as the stomach
receives the Invigorating Spirit, the distressing Jowl and
all painful feelings will be removed.
Gee dose will removethe meet distressing pains of Colic,
either in the stomach or bowels.
A few doses willremove all obatructions in the Kidney,
Bladder or Urinary Organs: •
Persons who are seriously afflicted with any - Kidney
Complaints are assured speedy relief by a dose or two,
and a radireleure by the use of one or two bottles.
Persons who, from dissipating too mach over night, and
feel the evil effects of poisonous liquors, in viehmt head.
aches, sickness at stomach, weakness, giddiness, Am.,
will find one dose will remove all bad feelings.
Ladies of weak and sickly constitutions, should take the
Invigorating Spirit three times a day ; it will make them
strong healthy .and happy, remove all obstructions and
irregularities from the menstrual organs, and restore the
Bloom of health and beauty to the careworn face.
During pregnancy it will be found an invaluable medi
cine to remove disagreeable sensation tot the stenuich.
All the proprietor asks la a trial, and induce this, he
has put up the Invigorating Spirit in pint bottles, at 50
cents, quarts $l.
General Depot, 48 Water street, N. Y. •
Wholesale Agent, Philadelphia, D. YOTT, & CO. and
for sale in Harrisburg by C. A. Sannvart, D. W. Gross &
CO. and 0. K. Keller, and by all Druggists everywhere.
PROF. ADOLPH P. TEUPSER,
WOIJLD- respectfully inform his old
patrons and the public generally', that 'he will
continue to _ give instructions on the PIANO FORTE, ME.
LODEON, VIOLIN and also in the science of THOROUGH
RABE. - He will w'th pleasure wait upon pupils at their
homes at any . hour desired, or lessons will be given at
big residence, in Third 'street," a; - few doors below the
German Reformed Church. deolliAltf
ACGUsTINE L. CHAYNE.
CARPENTER AND BUMDEE.
1 1 /6aidence. No. 27 North Bova Wtietht
,B--40BRINQ ATTENDED TO
pennovluania Oath Zetegraptb ,fflonbap -- Ifterturan, March 19, 1861.
'ALL IN Born;Es
ALWAYS SOMETHING NEW
STILL SOMETHING WHICH HAS
THE TEST OF YEARS AND STILL
MORE AND MORE POPULAR EVERY DAY
OTHERS SAY OF IT.
A Distinguished St. Louie Physician Writes
ST. LOVE, July 10,1840.
0. J. 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 live years I
commenced using your Restorative in:January, 1855,
since which thus I have not been without a bottle on
hand. 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 weekatime there was
not a gray hair to bo 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 °manned healthy, soft and glossy, and my
scalp perfectly free from dandruff. I donor imagine the
fasts above mentioned will be of any particular advan
tage to you, or even flatter your vanity at this late day,
as I am well aware they are aff knownalready and even
more wonderful ones throughout the Union. I have oc
cupied my time in traveling the greater girt of the time
the past three years, and have taken pride andideaSure
in recommending your Restozativo and exhibiting its
effects in my own ease. 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,
hat not used your article at all, but had need some new
article said to be as good as yetne, and selling at about
half the price. I have noticed two or three artiolea my
self advertised as above, which :I .have no doubt ate
humbugs. It Is astonishing that people will patronlie
an article of no reputation, when. there is one at hand
that has been proved beyoredls doubt. ,• = •
Apparently some of these !thitritans have not' brains
enough to write an advertiaementjata tiotle.ethey have
Yours word , for' word in aeteralinatinciii merely
inserting some other:name in Piatie
I have, within the past ilve years, seen and talked with
more than two thousand persons that have used Your
preparation with perfect success—rune for baldness
gray hair, scald head, dandruff; and every 'disease the
scalp and head are subject to. • .
I called to see you personally at your original place of
business here, but learned you were now living in Nevi.
You are -at liberty to publish this or reforparties to
me. Any communication addressed to mo, care bosNo.
1,920, will be promptly answered.
Yours, truly, •
JANES WHITE; D.
WARN Seams, Perry Co., Pa., Tune 7,, 1860., .
Prof. WOOD, Dear Slr:—l was induced more, than
year ago to try your valuable Hair ReateratiVe for th
purpose of oleansing my head of dandruff. I had suffered
with it upon my headier years and hair never been able
to get anything to do me anygood" iff.rembving it, al
though I had tried manypreparations, until I saw your
advertisement in a Harrisburg paper.. Being-there at
the time, I called at Gress & Kunkle's drug
bought a bottle, and now am prepared to recommend it
to universal use, for it has completely removedall dand
ruff from my head, and an application once in two weeks
keeps it free fromany itehing orother' unpleasantness.—
I must also state that my hair had become quite white
in places, and, by the use of your preparatiOn; hail been .
restored to its original color. I a mnow 60 years 01 age,
and although I have used twe bottles of,tbe . ffesteratiVe,
no one has any knowledge of 'St, as 1 allow kfew gray
hairs to remain in order to have my appearance com :
port with my age. My head is now of less trouble to me
in keeping it clean, &c., than - at any time since I hive
been a child. I consider your preparation of great yalne,
and, althoughl do not like to expose myself, I consider it
my duty to do so. You can use this or any part of, it is
any shape .you think proper, if it is
you. Yours, &c., • .
I:ll.oo2,UsarrOrt, Ind., July• so I 1850. ,
. Data Sot : I here send yon a statement that I think
you are entitled to the benefit of. am a .resident .of
Blosmington, and have been here for over thirty years,'
lam now over fifty years of age. For about years
past my hair has been turning considerably gray, and
was almost entirely white and very and implied: I
- had seen a number of certificates oflhe very wonderful
effect of your Hair Restoratliir blit'shililosed there 7 . lin
more fiction than truth in them: but enterishilphintren
desirelo hive my hair, if postible; restored 'to its origi
nal color and fineness, as it was in my,younger" dayela
beautiful black, I mincluded I would make the exec,
ment commencing in-a small way. I;sarehtfilad ene_iot
year small bottles, at one dollar, and commeneedusing,,
following directions as nearly asl could. - I soon dis Co
vered the dandruff removed, and my hair, that was Billing
off in large quantities, was considerably tightened, and a
radical change taking place in the color. I-have contba
ned to use it, till I have used three of your email bottles
and just begun on the fenrth. I have now as , pretty
head of dark brown, or light black hair 1/8 any map, or
as I had in my youthful days, when a boy . in the Wm of
Western Virginia. My head i/3 entirely clear of 'l:him:Duff,
and the hair ceased entirely Wing off and is"assoft, and
fine, and feels as oily, as though it was Just Irom, the.
hands of a French champooner. Many of my acquaintan
ces frequently say to me “Bntleri'Where did you 'get that
fine wig I tell them it was the effect of your Restora
tive. It is almost impossible to convince. them that it is
the original hair of the same old gray head. • .
Yours, truly, , , lo 7.:
FREDERICK. T. BUTLER
. • Bloomington, Mearoe Co.,
Woon's Ham RIECTORATIVB has acquired a reputatior
from actual test and experiment. which:osactet- be en- ,
hanced by newspaper puffs. In our vicilnitylt haa.boen
extensively" toted, and we believe in every case with every
desired result;:and received the universal endorsenield of
all who have Cried it. We therefore recommend it as dire
of those few nostrums which accomplishes all it.profess
es and all the bald and gray could desire.—Coteonhis.
PROF. WOOD'S Hem RESDASSISVE.--In another coin MI
will, be found an advertisement of this_well known and
excellent preparation fOr restoring gray hair to its orig .
nal color. The Hair Restorative also cures cutaneous
eruptfone, and "retreats the lair falling off.: Walleye
seen matifehtlientletestimonials in proof of these meet
tions some of which are front - gentlemenwhomme have
known for many years' as inirsons Of the most reliable,
character. Real dyetil you have Wed this Restoi,ittir,
Bogen Wye Branch. . ' •
Woon's Mut Rwrrousrm.=-We are not In the habit of
puffing every new discevery,forin niige esSes.oixt taii.
they are quack nostitints;lutt - wiltake great pleasure in
recommending Professor Wood's article to all whosehalr
is falling off or turning gray. Our well knoiyn contribu
tor, Finley Johnson, L'sg.,. has experienced the benefit of
its application, and jOillk With - Win speaking of its virtues.
Let all try it, and bald heads will „be as rare'as anew in
WOOD'S HAIR Riszonerwo—Unlike most mettles; this
is proved, by unimpeachable evidence, to possess - great
efficacy as a restorer of the hair to pristine vigor. Where
the head bad become almost bald because of sickness,
the of this article has produced , a beautiful growth of
thick, glossy hair. It is therefore valuable prepara
tion for all classes. Its ingredients arosuch as to egeent.
ally eradicates dandruff and'other' intpuritids, which
operate's() injuriously to. he hair. It also has. curative
properties of another description. In many Swig
plea and other disfigurements of the skin disappe,u - wher,
ever UM used. There is no hazard attaching to the trial
of his remedy, and its can ,only be. beneflepli'sa
the compound if it ddoes not barian.a jni iifest.. iaipro i e.
ment, is incapable of doing harm, :as component
ments are perfectly innocuous.ortert:2lWnseript, diva.
A Garman Boox—ln Our capacity an conductor of it
public journal, we are called upon to advertise the Cure
alls of the day, each of which claims to be Unadulterated
in its composition and infallible in its curatiVe edbets,
with what justice we leave our readers to detersisitie, In
one instance, however—Prot Wood's Hair Restorative
—we are tea well assured of the notable qualities of. the,
article, that we give it our lidorsenient es all that itis
ventor,and vender claim it to be. Its e ff ect upon a Whig.
head of hair is universally known to be magical. Like
time or guano on exhausted land, it brings its crop wher
ever applied. Our own thatch is fortundtely,very heal
thy, but we advise our friends with sparsely-growing
hair to try the Restorative.—Columbk
ALL Hem NES AaMmoonsn.--Werd'S.Qrad Article has
2bben the .ffetd.—Professor Weed stands on an eminence
no chemist,' whoie attention has been turned to in - Venti ng
a hair tunic, has ever before reached.. His fame is sod.:
denbut world-wide, and thousands who have worn wigs
or been bald for years are now, through the use of his
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 functions
of the system. Prof. Wood studied out the human hair,
its character, its properties and diseases, and how to re
store the decaying vitality to that ornament • he saw, as
in his own case that gray hair is unnatural ' unless the
age of the individual has rmited four score, and he be
lieved that the` half could be natrmally revitalized; • He,
tried his own oase—almogt bald and quite gfay, Si the
age of thirty-seven—he restored his own hair tricolor.
strength and luxurisride, and the article lie did it with
he gave to the world. 'Get WOOD'S HAIR RESTORA
TIVE, and take nothing else.—ltrew Pork Day Book. -
. _ .
Ni, 444 Broadway, ;New York, and moo. 114
Market street, St. Lpelsc,llo.-- ,"
Sad in DoetOn by Elf; 19 m 9D:i a 00., and
MB -CELEBRATED HOLIAND REMtDY FOR
DISEASE OF THE KIDNEYS,
WEAKNESS OF .ANY KIND,
And the various affections conseeannt upon a disordered
• . ,
Stich as indigestion, Aeldity, of the Stomach, Colicky
Pains; Ileartbuns, , Loss of Appetite, DestiondenoY, - Ois=
tiveness, Blind and Bleeding Riles. In -al .Nervous,
Rhenthatle, and Neuralgic Affections, it has in numerous
instances proved:highly beneficial; and in others effected
a decided cure.. . „ • ,
-Thta le a' mirely vegetable ,
compound, prepared on
scientille,principlea, after, the manner of. heseele
brated Holland Prefessor, Bombay°. Its reputation at:
home produced intrOduCtiod here, the demand coin-
mencing with those of the Fatherland scattered over the
facet:4l3lls mighty cOuntry„many of whore brought with
them and banded dowif - theiraditien of its value. It is
ROW oferodie.the American ptiblic, knetving Meld. truly
wonderful medicinal virtues make acknowledged,
isltarticidarly recommended to those persons whose
constitutions may have. ueen Impaired - by the honlanuone
tiso,af ardent spirits, or, other forms of dissipation. Gen.;
erally_instantanantsln'ellbct, It:finds its way'directly to
'the seat of life,. thrilling :and quickening every_ nerve;
raising tip the drooping spirit, and, in fact, infesmg new
health and vigor bathe system: • ' -• • '
NOTlCE.—Whoevar meets to findthis a beverage will
•b 6 disappointed aft to the sick, weak and low spirited.
It will Pror arooltllic" cordial; possessed' of
of singular remedial properties,
- - : ;rtFAT) triAndi ; ULLY I •
The Genuine highly . . concentrated ..Bcerhave , s Holland
Bitters is put up in half-pint bottles only, and,rotalled at
'Ons Bott.as per bottle; or six.bettles forTrix"Dosultit:—`
The great demandfor ads truly pele b ntted Medicine his
induced Many IMitatiOns, whiCh the public should guard,
agatastpurchasing... . . -
...ipßeware of Imposition. See ; that our. namels onthol
label"of i3very liottleryott buy:
• Sold by Druggists generally._ It can be forwarded by
Express to most points.
• . SOLE 'pßoritiETous,
BENJAMIN PAGE . ' Co:.;
...Pharmaceutists . •and , Chemists.'
Pll TS P A .
For tale in. th .city,of-.llarrlsburg by - D. W. arose`
Co . , septl;dawly
urt;Pirms hainnoparrx BITTERS:
r HESE ISIEDICIVES ito*lteiin - be
fore :the publiefir ii;peried rif•THIRTVI - BiatSi and.
dor ing that time have maintaint d. a Ilith character m. al
inodt'every part of the Glbbe,Tor their extraordinary
and. ienniediato.pciwer of restoringperieet; likalthttoper
sone . suffering undor , nearly eyo.,kind of . disease to
whieWthe human ' frame is liable; - • ' ' " •
Thp following, areamong Ina distressing vaxkity ono
man diseases - in which the ,
VEGETAB LIFE 'MEDICINES,
Are wall'kflown. to boinfalliblet-' - • ' •
DYSPEPSIA,, hY;therongblY cleeueingtheihntatut
;Seconifoitontachs, and - Creating a flow of pure, -healthy ,
bile/ Mead of.the: stale: and:: acrid ; kih.l l ;
Luxor, Loss of Appetite, JlorathernAleadache, Best
lessiteMoll-TeMper; inalety;Languer and Melancholy,
;which arc the general symptom of flyipeOlt, Will van;
• ihi14'6113.1-asMit. "- allamPle An .. eAttliittrare. Vt . ,'
41.5'41'-r-•-BiSSI by c leansing the Whelnleligth
the- intestines ;with; a solvent' fohcessiiiir withbiit via - I
lame. all'Miolent purges leave the bowels cnetiViraltble
.--,Fillymais of Ali kinds, - by restoring the blood to a
regular circulation, through the proceed of respiration • in'
such cases, and thethoroughsolution of all intestinal oh ,
struction in others.
The LIFE litEDlClNEE—havecheen—known —to cure
•811E.1:13LS.W.ISII permanently in three weeks and.
GOUT in half that time, by resuming local lefkumnation
from the muscles and' ligaments of the joints, - „ •
• • DROPSIES ofilikinde, by freeing and atrengthen
ing the kidneys and bladder ; they 'operate most delight
fully on these imPortant organs, atid hence _have ever
beim 'found a . certain remedy 'for the Worst. cases of
theWORD'S, by dialodghm.from the turninge el
the bowels the slimy, matter to which' three creatures
adhere.' ' ' .
SCURVY ULCERS, and INVETERATE
SORES; tiy the . perfect purity.which these LIEE.MEDD
7 4:1 E 3 give to the blood, and all, heluinors..
• SCORBUTIC ERUPTIONS and BAD . COMPLEX
lONS, by their alterate effect upon, the guide thal'feed
- the* akin, and the'morbid matter which occasions all :
eruptive complaints, sallow, - cloudy, and other disagree-
The use of them _Dille for aNery:short time will.effect
an,: entire cure of SALT -RILECHI, ends. stitirMgim
provement in the clearness of, the skin.; COMMON
COLDS and'INFLUENZA will always be cured by
one dose' or by two In the worst cases, fi
PITAMS.L.The original proprietor of thew medicines,
was cured of Piles, of dt years standing by the use of the
LIFE MEDICINES alone. . .
. . .
FEVER AND A.GI7E.—For, tilts scourge of the
Westera country, t.hese MeAlielnes will be found:a safe,
spfiednand certain remedy. : Other ,Medloines hay.e the
Met= subject to a return of the digeaseit cure by, these
Medicines is permaoentr•TßY THEM, BE BATIBBIBD,
BILIOUS FEVERS AND LIVER 00R
-PLAINTS,—Gman Dminirir, Loss os. &Turns, and
Dirairms or rims/am—the Medicincsdutve been mid
with themost beneficial results,* cases. Of thitcdescrip
tion andikrofula, in its worst forms,yields
to the mild yet powerful action of these remarkable Medi.
'ohnni. Night 13weats;Nerventi Debility, Nervous Com•
plaints. of all kinds,Palpitatiotkofeart,-Painters ,
Olio, ,are speedily cured.
KERCURLaiI. -DISEA SES , --Persons' *whim
constitu ions tutve become
_impaired by:the *judicious ,
use of Mercuri', Aid thine Medicines a perfect cure,
as they ; Over fail to eradloate ; from :the system, all the.
Stedts of Nernury, sooner-than, th e smut polVer
ful preparations of Barnaparilla. . -
Prep tared and sold by W. 5 3.11.0.Ei1r811`'
885 Broadway, New York.
gorsale by all .DriaBB l 818 . sy2o-dawly
THE DELAWARE - lib:ft
Safety Inguraztar:Oo l
CAPITAL AND ABUTS. ...... ....... ...... 5994.997.51
. . -
THE INSURANCE COSEPANY .
Of .North. America-!
'CAPITAL AND ASSETS $1.219.475.19.
THE UNDERSIGNED, as Agent for the
above well knovn Companies, will make Insurance
againatioss or damage by fire, wither perpetually or OW
anally, on property in either town or country.
Marine andlnland Transportation Risloa also taken.
Apply personally or by letter to •
WILLIAM B snifiLßE,
del-dawly. — Harrisburg Pa.,
• - SPERM CANDLES;
CHEMICAL SPERM CANDLES,
• TALLOW . CANDLES.
A large lot of the above in store and for sale at the low
- est prices by
HAVIUTA* CIG.a.IIB r
• A de assortmeit, coroirising
Fs:vale t FIRS PLY,
1,6 gm; • Le Brusirrio,
Or all Bizeg and qprilidet f,Jd quarter, one4fighlanctone:
'tengaiorres, justreCeivid and for.sale 10w by .
Mato JOHN H. mama,
7g Market Street.
affiC;PNIFIAL*I I7 ,IS
WM-DOCK JR. & CO., '
. • .
. Opposite the' Court House.
g li‘N• - .0 1
-40 trl s ,
By the of these Phis ibe:periiiiild littaCks of
eons or Sick Headache: mny-be, preyente4;-,and ir taken.!..
the ComisenceniariVnt an attack immediate relief Mini
P ain . and•skilicen tent beobtained., if, 4 . 1 ..
They seldom fail inremoving the Nausea ati4. l fefif„
to which femstieratto se antiject.
They act gentlynpon the bowelly—removing ansFonsiess
For Literary Men, Sautcate,Delicate Females, and nll
persons of sedentary habits, they are valnahle as, a Lam
improving.thallyottad, &tee kma etirviget6 rttie
digestive organs, and restoring th e natural PleePeAtir PO ,
atrengtirof the mtale system
The CIEk'HALIO FILM are the malt ofloniliveistir ,
gallon and carefelty, conducted, experiments, having been.
in use !Mint years , daring whlelithstetheY have pre.
vented and relieved w'vesitiamountof Pain and graffining '
fednilleadsiche, *Warier originating in the nerossfe art
torn or from a deranged Mite 'either stomach. • '
. are entirely vegetable, in their compoeitten, and.
may be taken at'e Mobs with Perfect katety"withent
making,,any, change of diet, and the' absence of any VIM
, ,grieatie taste renders it easy to administer them to eNdreit,
The genuine have five, eignatatrce, pißenryAPPßlPkg
en each box: ' ' ,
Sold , by,. DtultOets and ali othbrDeidetietilledielnee'
A - Bea will.be 0914 by t mall prepaid.on repel 2 dribs
• , Pit C.E 25" CENT S.,
AllA - i, '' '---,....
A or ors a ould - be addr—ed to -.
.., 'IT Y . . 4S,CedarStrect,.Now ork
THE Ootiowwi ENDOE EN S 9F. ,!.
S-PA D' I
WILL AiNVINCE. ALL WHO SUFFER :FROM
Hu - , , , - E. , ....x.•...:p.,':•4;;Q:1T.i.E':..
P,,,k I PAE.PVRE
Aid tWese 7tStiftiQftidtd were ,un„sokeitcd llll "-. 8 . 0 . 41 4:e'-
',./1 4 TG; they ifOrittrnOtteili(Mcibli*Do.rof the 'eA-"
oaey of ckialtntly,scjengifie discovery
- • Alf eateiiiii*:Oki3:;76b 5;1801;
lhatimpt„yetkie s,enkrae-two dellaroterth- Mere-.
Part of these are for the pilighbora,:4o -whom I g 1, 7 0, a
few ant OF the Itreloboxirkettreaft
.. • ' • '
Your ob't. nervipt.
Pa; leeb 6;1661.
Ma. - :
INV& you *send -me.rthe more dor orytrorT,ephalto,
Plllle,lihavereergomi a_grigtdefitObeiter4: - froM
" • Yours Treepeotnilly, :
= ILIAVANN. EiTtoittfOtili:
iilettitoF Hunthlgdan Go PO:,
• January.18,3861...; , ... f.
"Zon ,Vll,please send me two tweeteVymtr Cophalks
Pills Send:thetrilnimedthitely, •
• torts r.
• P.34'lnice tibed elejore , Ahem
BsCraltroadCii; Oliti,ittif.' 15, 1561.
Plaice find'ehhfcisea tWelitk4tve conto, for which. Fiend
me another box of your Oephiollef , lsllO.-'l , hdy are'triti
the bat Pills /haw ever
• Threat It.,STOVER; P. M.,
- - gam!, pima% wyandof ,O.
• P'VFELYs PeC6-40:86°.
' 'I wish for sal - earpilarspirlsrgs!shoyr bitlq,.tA briog.
your . .. Cephalic pattibular)y before Aur slash),
niers. - ff you luvfe anithitig or the kind; plisse mind . to
One of. iriy 'cuithieferi; who Is sobjed "to t sevote Sok
Headite t he, (usa '
ah rhiating two doya,) wat.cured
altackin hoUr by yourfs,whichl sent her.
. .. •
dunnsotssnoin,yrankun on.; 0.,
• • its t
stit. , -
Maar -tx " *
Dear Sir :"..1 •
Enolosedlind: twimt3l4lii 'cent, (25y fiirwhich - send:
18* of "tleyballo.Pilla?! .Band to .addresB off itut. iWm.
0;Fill, or, BeyWoldabirg, - Frinillh - botpity, Ohio.
Your Pillgrzw*. Wee alibistuf.z.oura rHmilaehe*.tansoit
- YtilltaNT/ Jitii 1861.1'
/ 4.44 ta:yon fora lion ofttiphallePHla'
fOritiepure of the Nervous Headache and Costiveness;
and recelskal , the sine , itidtkey had soloed dri #fscithat
/was induce:lto sendfor sums. • ••
Please wad' by rattan
,Dlreet to .
. . •
A. R. MURKIER; •
. • YPOlantil MAIL
[Wok the itiiiiihler;l4rorfolk,
Cephalic Pills - accomplish' the' Object tor whirl they
were made, pia ; : Cure of tieadaehe iri sll its lotme. ' •
Trim theikanAter, Norrolk s Va.]
They have been tested In more than a thousand eases,
with entire success.
[From the phicierat, 9t Cloud,
If you are or have seen troubled with the headache,
send for a .bon; that you play babe
them In case of an attack. • .
f. The Commlio Pills are mild torbehremarkahlY effect. •
lye remedy for the and one of the very.beet
fon that'verT.freqnent oeinplaint Which like ever Men'
[From the Nootern,ltzlt..42liissette,<Chicavii,-1114
We heittily endorse lifr,.,Spahtlny,„ And lie uprivelled
[From the Kanawba Valley. Star, ganewha; Va.]
We are saitailiat pollens miming With; lho,lawlsehe r
who try theni; vrlll Mak Willem:
AO-4 Bingo tiaie .or Atteipti G L UE
„ wawa+ len. other. atiCcoet
SPAIDINVB GLUE! "
af . AT4t4NIG - 13 'PREPARED IGLU:EI •
SPALDING r 'S . PREPAR ED' ; GLUE . I
,• , •
••• SAVE THE PDIOI3 I
ECONOMY I ' ^ taIrATOH
mann lar xoce - avial 4uns.”
dawideiita titiii-ketven; - eien in wea-ivogiiedii
kis very- 4esinthie.to luivo.somir. cheap, an& convbadent
Wayfor repilring Fimiltnre, Toys, Crockery, &o.
SPAINI(011 PREPARED GUM - • ;
meets all anon emergencies, e nd no household can iitabrd
to be wi th out It is always ready end up - to the stick
igIISEFur, IN Max 1017111.'i
IL- Br.nsh acoompanteneabh bottle. Pease=
AWRY 4 . eg
. - L.
No dikeedir Street, flak
cA t; p
As certain unprhictprek peisons areattaniPtlni.tiPahn
off on the nnanwestin: pablte,Anitatiens of my PItS
PARED Gp3ll,l..w&td caatieLalt peraonsitaMilaiq,
torero purelitsblgi andloe. Dinh& itull'iikoda'
es • $
—airAPALDltiall PREPARED ELUE,4/61'.•
lean the outside wrapper; all others are swindltud cOUIP
DR . JOH N SON
liAS discovered the most certain, speedy
and effectual remedy in Um world for
I 1) f. 4 ;Jr:To KW MI. OUR 19 +MD!
nun IN SIX NI MIMI HOURS,
No Iforeory or 'Noxious Drugs
airA CMS WAREANTIO OR - 1110 CHARM; IN FRO3I ONII To
Weakness of the Back or Limbs, strictures, Pains to
the Wes, Al Menthes of thellidneys and Bladder, Orgmdc,
Weakness, Nervous Debility, Decay of the Physical }op.
era, Dyapepala, Lengnor, Low Spirits, Confzugion of Ideas,
rah -Malkin of the Heart, TinilditY, Tremblinga, Emmen
of Sight or Giddinees, Disease of the Stomach, Streak:sat
of the Head; Threat, Wad or Skin—those terrible de/or
ders arising from the indiscrethin or Solitary Habits of
Youth—those dreadful and destructive practises which
produce constitutional debility, render marriage imp*.
Mtge, and destroy both bodt and mind.
y a wn especially who have become the vial me of
sot Vice, that dreadful and destinetive habit riblok
attll . sweeps to an ; untlniely:lpsYe . thousands e(
young Jun of the moat exalted talent and brilliant kntel
least; ' who might' Mherwiee have - enhanced listeniag
Senates with the thunders of eloqueno% or waked to ec
husy the living lyre, may call . wi h fall confidence.. ma,
Married persons, or More contemplating marriage, be
ing aware of physical weeklies's, sbouldimmetlfate ty con_
salt Dr. J, and be restored to perfect IlestW. .
liptwhi tidy cured andittiLtrix# nsfored..
to Who Paces hhnself under thn ergo of Dr . J. may
rellsionslycOnlideinlbkitoriar asA geritlinum, mid sou,
Adeptly rely upon his skill as a physician.
' Office No. 7 South
? rpel k erick, street, Baltimore,
Md., on the left hand sae Obi from Balthn,oso street, 7
doonifromMte noiner." , - Be par tleulailtil obiterving the
name or number, or you will mistakntbe plum. Be par.
tionlar for Quacks, With false names
or .reatry, •
~attractted, by = the repot'''.
than of Dr. Johns on.
All -letters Mint coMtdia a Witte StamP,tri use on the
reply. , „
DR. JOILINIEST9II.-; •
Sohnson niember the Royal College ot' Surgeoi
Louden, graduate fr onione or the kilt eminent
Of the United States, and the greeted. park oPenuise
;baleen spent in the Hospitals °Mond* Paris, Phis&
delphia and elsewhere,-has 'alrectedsomebrani meet en
- tonishing cures that were ever knovni. Many troubled
with ringing in the ears and bead when asleep; great ner ,
vousheeir, being earnest' at fruddenkoinide;`bashfribiess,
with frequent blushing, attended sometiineawithrlerangth
!tient OcidEitd . were cured immediately
iTAKE 'PARTICULAR NOTICE, , -
• Dr; J.. • addresses all those 'Oho having 3 injured than.
,_ ~.. _
seises by, private aid •Ixommerlodulgetioleki teat serenit'•
and Solitary habit which ruins both body: tidaditut,Mtv I:
llttinifthelailtie eitherhusinessorsocietz' ' , . .
mew ankh/me of the sad and melanaholeeNeeitts prow:
diked b'y'early habits of youth xis: , Weakness &,W_
Back and Limbs, Pains in the:Mead; lurthiiiii of
loisis of Muscular Power r Patphution..of the Heart,l
pepsin, Nervous Irritability Derangement of , the Dig ye,
FuncUons,. Viential - Debility, , :ayniptome of ,tonsiMiap
the 'Tetrad elects : on the mind'aiii'mukh to
-be dr .
eaded ...-Loss dames", ConfOsioyt
alifills,`"Rett 'Forebodings, Aversipa
'of the evil effects. •
Thlmilinds4-perseini of tilhigkei; can rio*iintite what
is thepause of theirAeslbie la health; bisfebtheitvjels,
bacciming *oar, *de, nervous sad emacia#4, have a
. singolar :appearaase - ababtAtie•eysiii - ceinktr;aad'
ms of cossumptios.
whn have injured themselves by a certain practice.*
dukediu when abine—a, habit **Meitif Yearned.' from.
-01 l zonnaudons, pr at Belem; the. effects ; (. which stra
.I_4otayi felt, erverkshen 'asleep, and lthot eared,.renders
imarkinagiPosidlt4fialidlattetroyii bothlmindmiel . boa,
itioukapPy, immediately. . . •
What a , pity amt . ** ybung ,
12-4 the , darling,of This m rod antn l ahnuld-beenatin denat
prospects and 'enjoyinente orlifehy the co
.o:deviating from the miture;andlliiiiiii lii 'a
'certain necret_habit.. ~.Inchfensoes :rapiSl:ll.lmkposAge.
„' • MAABIAGE,' ° I . C:4l
hat 'sound mind and body,arelthe nteet y ncessary
.regaisites '4o . promote' connubial 'happiness. tufted
Without theee„ thejourney, threugh.DANN9ortankeillerf
pllgiinat** the prospect tinnily darkens to the view.;Ort
mind becomes shadowed with despair, and filled With the
melancholy reflection thatthe-happinem of another be.
°Anted blighted with our 0wn..,, 1.3
' ittoIOORATiIT(};RIi DY FOR O$
• - .-ixaracruraurne&TL- •
Azty this great and banortant reininly,2ll?:tihnete of AI
Organs imospeadllyttired; and fall vigor restored.
'Thousands of the moat nervous slid who
had lost ail hope, havt3 been
.MitondWaly relieved. • rAU
bnpedWititt to Morilegeeitilysieil aa
cation; Mervons,.Tremb ; Weakness ormshaostiort or
the most 'fearful - triad; sPee ly cured. r.
The many thousands eared at thiaLustiutioneithinflin
I•last years, and.thenumerous ittiwerteat. Surgical
oper tuna porfOrnied bY I.;' Witnessed by 'qui re-
'porters of "
the papers and many,other sauce at
:which blies app,reil again fire the public s 4
besides rt .0 4114 3 0 . a r # , rntleina* * Zetilittralger 'afar&
ie a B tent gguarantee to the
: .DMIRMS , OrIMPRVD=Ok...whrm - the'ftliddeit
and votary of p!tarrei fintbatei hist %imbibed
:the tee& of this painful di tog often happeas,that
an 111-timed semen of shame or dread Of dirietervereddtellir
- bini-from applying to those who r from-edacation and re-
Ispectability can alone befriend him, delaying d.ll the
_stitutional symploinsof. this horrid:4lWe s" wreak. theilt"'^'
• amkarance, affecting the head, throat, noses ekio,;llm.k2 l
' ,progressing on with **hind rapfdity,lfll_death puts Ili
period to his dreadful snfferinmr•bymendthg:htxa Wilma
bournelirom whence ho traveler returns."... It is ...mei.,
mohair illetthat thousands fall Victhisr it& terißlfe
disease,: owing to the auskilfaluess ! of l ignoraitt pretend.'
.ere; who; by Meese - of that de posson, nsercw:3l, ruin
.the .cohatitution and make the . reeldtie , of litiVilliserabia. •
To , Meti.tiamas.--The Doetor's Diplomas hang ia.hi4
,of ca r ---- "." _
afirtatterszoost oontotroi Stamp to niewttrelteipir. •
4101 . -Itenielles sent by Mail.
in-Ho `7 South Frederlik ark Eakin - 41k
.• • . .
An expenemsed Nunn and Nines Phitioian," sysengif
. the a tt enti on of mothem- her: - •
Cialdren Teething, .
which greatly hiellitates the process ofteethh44 by me;
_eningatut gums,roduoing all intlainzhatitintifflulley ALD
PAIN, and spasmodic mitten. and
1 - GORE TO REGULATE Tam BOWELS.
Depend Upon II will give ' rest to iiiirsdhied
AND..rurthil AND HEALTH TO TODD, INPANIE
Ire- have put up and told this . article for over ten
years, and , our my, Iseommmos ash -senhur, whet wit
have never been able tosay of any other medietne--
NZVNIR BAP ITLFAILED, IN A SINGLE INSTANCE TO
NriNhn -k 0N 3 4.. 'Wean tenelP Mee& Never dlit.-we
know Mamie° ef dissatisfaction by. any onr.who used
thek montrar 3 0 , alt Sow delighted with Its - opera
limey and elm& in terms of bilthellinoteuriendation
dtd mastoid- Mem add Media& virtual. We . peak ha
this matter utinear .wa no eurowi. seer tarp:err "
rienee, min moue min nevus= ma mu
or. WHAT_ mew -mum -In Owe every inetwhie
where the l e ant im eererhlefreinitedn and exhaustion, re-.
Herten be "found In fifteen or twenty minutes after tle
'syrup le ethritie _ -
This valuable preparation is theripten or ens
of the most ) KSPRODiNOND or
New 8eek1. 1 .41. Auk Ater been ,usee with mks= PAIL
erreirms'in . .
' TIi°OMNI'S OF OAAEL'' '
It not only relieve , t the child .; neat path,. but -MAP
Motet' the •istontach and Vowels, corrects acidity, sod
mtoSI tone Mut Mora to the 4hole , - It will al
me htstaiitly relieve fi _ • • • "
IN 'Tan BOWHIS, 'AND - COQ,sod overcome omoroltdcom which Moot weedily mititr
died; end fidisitti.i' We believe it the mor and tammmt
mein zit res wo_m_o; in all emies °MVP'S:III4I=Y
DIARRENNA. IN whether it WIWI from
teething or froni any - dthir cause. We would say to
every mothermbiLhas a child auffernig from any of the
&Moine' an,aPlair. da--.80 AO, ran POIDI PAW:an now
,28111PROODIOn, or'orroms, - 14sod betiveed you and yOur
andelling shlittsod the reltei Mak Willhe.l3llßß--915.-.AB•
NILMAITI3ORIe—th tollow the use of this . 111, 0,
It timely nee& Sell direedoiticibVatiing- will tuatomPirir.
each None rentane unless iimeilliee or •
4:1:=131r emosount - NOW York, is on the outside
Bold . 1 / 7 Ocuegletettheeigkrat •
Cifiloo, Cedar et., New York.
auk ;Vein* TKO 1344119*
- 11 1 1 1 1`XiltilialechuMtillbeig byD. W Cross 'at Co.;lfti
Markilestretd...T A Xartia Lutl No. tlaisrketweetAl
libi l ift•Natlietetterit, baleclid.lith and W
lair Market street.