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LIFE PILLS AND PHOENIX BITTERS.
THESE MEDICINES have now been be
fore the public fer a period of THIftrif.YEAG, and
dor lag that time have maintained a high character in al
most every•parre the Globe, for their extradrdhlary .
and intricadtatopowei of restoring perfect health toper
eons suffering under nearly every kind of disci= to
which the human frame Is liablo;
The following areamoug the distressing variety of hu
man diseases In which the
VEGETABLE LIFE MEDICINES.
Are wenown to be infallible.
DYSPEPSIA, by thoroughly cletuashigthe first and
second stomachs, and creating a flow of pure, healthy
bile. of the stale and acrid kind ; PLATIfr
g,rorclit, lowa Appeute, Ideratburn, Heada:chp.,4l.eat
lesnoess;lll.4imper, Anxiety, Languor and MeielsOlibly;*
which are the general symptoms of Dyspepriliti wil/Iran
tab, as a natur al consequencoef ottie..! •••
COSTIVENESS, by cleansing the whole length of
the Intestines with a solvent process, and without:v.l6i'
levee; all violent purges leave the bowels costive, withi n'.
FEVERS of all kinds, by restoring the Notate 'a..
regular circulation, through the promos of fespitaleulth:
such cases, and the thorough solution of all inteethialbh.:
struetion in others. , .
The LIFE MEDICINES have been known tb,opre,
RIIEUBIATIshI permanently in three. weeke . and'
GOUT In half that time, by removing iocall.ellanucuiticiti. I
from the muscles and ligaments of thejOinpi, •
DitOPSIES of all kinds, by freeing and
lag the kidneys _and bladder; they operate meet delight
fully on these important organs, and hence have over
been found st• opiate remedy . fr the worst eased of
AlselielDEUELE,:hy_ditilodging 'from the turnings of
the bowels t4e.p.IITY.- Natter.. 11 w hich .theee'cF 3 '
SCURVii, .I)LUERS, , and INVIgiERATNi
mown; by' the' perfect purity Which there LIFE MEDI'
C NES givA to, the blood; and the humors.- , ,
scoumPrio ERUPTIONS and BAD COMPLN.L
lONS, by iliWalteritte effect hpoti the fluids - thee :Nell
the skin, and morbid state of which 00611116D8 all
eruptite.ceinplgixite. sallow, cloudy, and other niestgrint .
able complextenta. ; „ , , . .
The mitred these Pills for a very 'short time 06b6
an entire cure of HALT REMIT/11, and a strtkinghst
prevenient bt the , elearnetie of the skin. COMMON.
COLDS ai.idixv.Gunxsz,ktiin always be:atlred'.lty
one oollittkifir.ciP/AitriMit Oxied.
PlL6.—The original of three nigh:MUNI,
WarplistlialMlior Cr ,ert Ittfilding by the zditi opal'
FEVER AND AGUE,—For this scourge of the
Western. pour t try,, these ,Red:Licinett will be _found a safe,
epeedy,nna feetarnirentedy. Other lifiWiciAbli.4 l o4thu.
system subject to a return of the diSease---ap,tiv=.
liteelehieh tarninient-i-Thy: Timm.; BR
AND BE , CURED..• • -.1
PLAlNTS.—Ossitum Damn, Loss os Armen* lOC
Wawa- os.-Estmulu--the Mei:deities havc , ,beent
with' themotit .beneticial regatta in ceSes.ofMts descrip
tion Evil and Scrofula, In its worst forrasaields
to the ntild.let powerfulaction Of these remarkable Medi.:
eines.; Night- Sweats; Nervous -Debility • Nervous Comte
plaints of salLkinds, Ealintation of the ; -Hearty Yakut:re-
Colic, are speedily -cured . , •
DIERCDRIAL DMIASEM.—Persons whose
censtitiviOns.havel Intense Impaired by the injudicious.
usettMetaury,, -- wilifilnd these Medicines a perfect-core,
se they mewl-lel lb eradiate from .the 4ystone, t 11 the:
effects of Mercury, infinitely sooner than the inestPewilr:!
fat preparations et:Sarsaparilla. • •
Prop tar3oNilid -bi--% • W . U MOFFAT:-
lit 6 Broidway; New York: •
Female by all I c gime: : • - iYE•dewlY
T'(p R"H4 , .yk. , :,
' - :.•.',.' , ... , .' . ..r..q.';i::.: ' i'.i.1.:',:,.•)..i:1..:j
ther'Oomplaint, F,pver an,cl Ague, &e.
Toe sueeesafel Introduction • and use of this eels.
brated Remedy has been the signal for a literal good
ofcompotildli called Bitters," offered in 3rariatur
fenns, front a quart bottle to a fivesallon keg, until
this word "Bitters" is Inkiraither name for " VW,
.110 t the re,ally great " relief derived from the !minute
*teaepoettful, of.Otir medichati.
• , lonenvro LAND _ BiTT BS,
and the entire absence of' . Otr:gfastfuston, bee este ,
bibbed no It lereintstion of 'siltation'
,orsteonnterfsite have Wed tO tailargana; Ft *pm&
laae/7 a Teceralas.vreparablear with barely 'earilabilr
peresphits'to preserve it. . „ . •
But bite delis of the :Pante% altF - Pe Bett.le e;)
UtleilOrth noises :
tuiedibiii of long-tiled sill en.ei for :rtimini
Vas ;Mod, so essential for the foundaticm of gOOO
heekth etsf fbr correcting divorders of the stomach
Two or Ihrsicaoses'iiiii:nniritice iiininted of its
effetein a.Ths aternaohilill igkedibtriagsitt its
a-healthy action of the, livar , bo, wsls and
de uill Soon tale plea% and . tnnewedoheultlebe
the. quick ra id.' .
FOr IN Try =•.
BerhaveN Holland Bitters.
xer'SE.II33.TBURI , Try. • . .
Rerhaves,llolland litters ! ,
For ACIDITY, Try`
Herbal - es 110i1a11112814014.
For WATERBRABH, Try •..
Berhaveos Holland Bitters.
lliorhavegs Holland Mars ,
For LOBS or APPETITE;, Try
Berhavets Holland lit/ets.
Pce COSTIVENESS, Try
• Iterhavell Holland Bitters.
~:(, L HOMINIVVO.. Holland :Bitters..
In an -Nervous,, Rhettmatio, and Neuralgic Atka
tiotAilahria. in numerous instances proved highly
be , and in others effected a Aecided sure.
t:.: Reed Carefully.r,,
The pm*, htedyconcentrated, DOSIU4TeaI got,-
LsznOirrrtits is put up in half bottiOs.Onlic and
retailed at One Dollar per bottle. The great demand
for truly celebrated medicine has 11141006 d many,
Wing:km, 'which the public should guard todutit
Jiibaw OfimPostlien f dte that out+ nom is on the
• label grows, batik you buy.
Benj• Page Jr &Co.
SOLE MAN FACTO RERS,
POr sal* bi iholcity of Harrisburg by D. W. GROSS *
RY, WATCHES ) CLOCKS,
FANCY GOODS, &C:.
ATED F. ZEMIXERMAN (I; 001
xBOp., 52 MA-REETSTREET,„Harrieburg,
Pix.; .oppesite flinta , a • Elam and adjoining the
TILIr. flown, haying purchased the stock of E. P
Jennings. and added a large assortment. of NEW JEw-
EpY t re will sell the same at the lowest cask price, and
solhilt pationage. . .
i . matetLwa, Clocks and Jewelry neatly and promptly ro
paired's* delivered. •
ALFRED 7. ZnatilRAIAN &
8A lug djaposed of my stook of Jewelry to A. P. 21m
memo jk,C4);,'l (Matey recommend them to any for.
mer.. - mistOmers as practical and experienced Watch
era, fuldiailleit Or Minna continuance of patron
sea *hick has been segenerotusly extended tome during
Lim IMAM yearn.
jau29 , . EMU; P. JENNINGS.
At the. Math Rchibilion of the Nara. Charitable
ArecriOn#:Amd 249 s 4 4 q 0 ,
KEBOB aztolorta it sus
THE GOLD , MEDAL
YON TON MST
NAND, SEMI-GRAND, & SQUARE PIANO=FORTES;
AND NMI ONLY INNYNNN,
A SILVER MEDAL,
FOR THE BEST UPPIGHT PIANOS,
BOLLACTIVEItd — TIFE Bala OF TIME MIMS,
No,t SISLIWUCET iIARBISBURG.
rAitGB SUP,MY JUST RECIIVWD SY
WM. IX= .78. & co. f.
NEVER DEBILITATE S .
IT is compounded entirely from Gums,.
and has become an establiehed fact s .s.landant Medl - :
eine, known and approved.j by ell tha :have need It
and la now reeorted to /If with confidence Mall thi
diseases for which it is re- Q commended.
' • It has cured thousands E 4 within the last twowar.
.Who bade/wrap allhopes of relief, as the numWner
=Wicked - certificates in " 4 1 my Mamie , / s h ow.
• The dust Mtist be adapt- ed to the temperament of
theindivtduat taking itomd g used in each quantities ae
Matt gently on the bowels.
, jl „..tet the dictates
use of the IXeliat lit MO-
sY iSODR.EIZOISLOS4 C HAM-
SD y au thurnes
will cure 21CIC HEADACHE
me twisty Ibunarssor Twe
NEL3(litsitei In the ,iitoulth with the le.
vitgerreitieks eindi*giow beth•tiogether.
MD DOLLAR PIS BMW ,
judgment guide you in tb
BATOR, and it will cure
maim, ElYsimmaY, DROP
nei Ommansse, Camm,
INFAMY, F LA TITLY NCB,
aseam, and may be used
RY FAMILY MILDICIINA. It
(se thousands can testify)
- oftawaea TittiWooinnuseio
IP_ v . _ • -
; COMPOUNDED FROM
ABE VEGETABLE )31KTBACTS, AND PU
• UP IN GLASS CASES. AIR TIGHT, AND
WILL KEEP IN ANY CLIMATE.
i ihr. FAMILY 'CATlEalt
aolive Cathartic' which, thh
practice more than twen
The constantly ]corers-
lavelong used' the plus
All exprass; in. , regard to
to place them within the
The Prof tun well know
on dillerent portions of the
,The FAMILY CATHAB,
faience in Ihie well. Osten.
from .a variety of the
oh act alike on every
:Mil, and are geed and safe
•tharno la needed, snob es,
Sleepiness, Palm iri Poi
'ean owl &remit oodklei
or weight is the head ) alt
Worm in Chadred or Aol-
Purifier of the Bleat, and
dealt is heir ' , too h *miens
tisement. Boon, 1 to 3.
PIPE 80 OENTt3
Tice Liven lavitioakroa Ana Feu: CLTILISt•
W PWW are retailed by Druggiata'generally, and
'sold wholesige by 'the Trade in all the large
B.''f. W. BANFOIN),'IIL
Maindaotorer and Proprietor,
'ie 2o4l msrA 1 4 6 PrtiadWaY, New York.
MADER:IA . ' WINE:
WELSH, BROTAER'S OLD : RESERVE
• ;WINE fall bodied aud.fraity. .In..•store 'and for
by JOHN H. NILEHLF,H,
! fable , - . 43 Market street.,
K T ..sterikAistEr oittobil
O4A . cirreoeived atthe Warehouse
:a X fiCA - 817 - G - AH - 0 - 171C - RD H A liff3
11711BREAB, the kHonorable. Joux J.
PEABSON, .Prepiderit - of the Cont of Common Pleas
in the wolith.Judicial Theriot. consisting of the counties
of Lebanon - , and Dtillphitlillid the Hon.. A. 0. ROMPS
and Hon. Your-Nialltirr, , ,Asswilate' Judgevin Dauphin
hounty,.having• heated . t heir precept, 'bearing date the
46th day of Pebruary. 1861, to nie 'directed; for holding ,
a Court of Oyer and , Ternalner and• General Jail Delivery
and Quarter fiessiona of the Peacoat Harrisburg, for the
county of Dauphin, and to commeticeow rue 4TH Moir.
'DAY or APRIL arm being the Sito DAY 01 Aran, 1861,
And to continue two weeks.
• Notice is theratbre hereby given to the Coroner, Jim-
Maas of the Peace, Aldermen, and Constables of the said
'county of Dauphin, that they be then and there in their
properpersonsrat-10-oreleakia-theforenoon of said day,
'with their reotittia, inOttisitions, examinations, and their
own remembrances"; •to uo those.thina which to their
'Moe:appertains to he done, and those Who Ar° bound
in recognizance° ie plot:eel:de again:it the pritinerS thst
are or shall be in , the Jail of „Dauphin county,•be,then
and there teproreaute against them as shall bejatt..
Given ruttier , my hand, at - Harrisburg, the latti'llay of
March, in the year,of Mir Lord,1881; and in' the eighty
third year of the independence of the United Mates.
•' •!' • ••'•J. D. 130A8, Dtterilf.
• Harrisburg; Mardi7l.6; 1861. marlSdawtd
CENTRAL . NURSERIES. •
- pnwAitii, :T.:EVANS Pioprie-
A2A tors.. fruit and Ornamental Trees, Grapes,.sluall
tram, Rhubarbs,' AsparagusiShrttbs, Roses, Be4diug
plants,&p. ; Invest variety- • •
Orders left:with-O. H.. Small at the State Capital Rank
will receive prompt attention..::' '
marltklmden - • '
OUR :=014 .1 -4:0 I tiIgTITIITION4
UR GOVERgMENT:,".: by M. MIKIN
11Y, is a.work equatning the,Consmunou on
zeaNMED Smith, giving the constreetion Wits Terms
and Provisions, showtne • the relations, or the several
States to the Union and each other, and exPlalni Ilk gene
rally the System orGovernment of the Gauntry. Yrico
$1 00. .fold, and orders supplied, hy, him, at Harris
berg, Pa. . felon
Agents for Counties and States wanted.
gl TRY IT 2 TAY IT 2'
A Rtailicai liestorativi of Inionak Perspindion.
TT is . a feet,.l3oyond the power of
L s contradiction, lhat,l‘, is infallible in ihe cure of
Burns; • Soalds,, Nervous Dismiss, • All
• Tumors, Piles, Scrofula, Erysipelas,
Chilblains, Sore 'Eyes, Quinsy,
Cold Fee t,,lAve r Complain to
Asthnise, and all -
DISEASES OF THE CHEST
rightly termed ULU-Healing, for there., le
' scarcely a DISOWN external or internal that It. Wlll
For sale the GraidjpoPot, • , , :
, . No 143 FULTON sileter,Thre Yeek.
Aid by all Druggists throughout totted &atm.
.• 143 Fulton direst, N. Y.
agents wanted - immediately to introduce it into 60
Pa Walks; who' may receive it on liberal tense, for ti
HE 'UNDERSIGNED has •opened his
mans, OFFlCE;perner' of Third street andßlitek,
berry alley. near. Herr -HOW. ,
Dry Lumber of all kinds and : qualities, for sale by
W. F. MURRAY.
The ansersigaea will sell Horses Carriages and bar.
ATMO...Hoties and Carriages to hire at the same office.
marn • • PRANK A. MURRAY.
Ql( l e;verydescription in cans and, j ars ; 010;pricage rirra . rited.
4 Wm. rook & 00.
AFRESH GARDEN and .F.I.:OWER SEEDS.
The largest stock In the city.. All kinds or Garden
y in largo pa . pera at area eett A s332 , p HA ape y r s ,r u cor , sale
bg- 110 Market street.
• ORANGES AND L E M ONS. .
WORMY BOXES in
Prime order just re
ju calved *ad formic by • , ,
_ , WM; . DOCK &CO
A — PREfilt„ KATE - aiiiortixtent
JUL Nit reaeivec.ol,Mktisiallite_
reb2o " I '9 O K •Ta• & CO.
" • .
patttspluattia Zdegrapl), fribag Afternoon, 24irit 12, 1861.
ALWAYS SOMETHING NEW !
THE TEST OF YEARS AND STILT
OTHERS SAY OF
A Distinguished St. Louts Physician Writes
ST. Loma, anly 10,1860.
0. J. WOOD, Esq.: Deer Sir Hew' me the pleasure
and satisfaction to transmit to you the beneficial effects
of your gall , Restorative, after a trial of five years.
connnenoed using your Restorative In Jithrlary, 1858 /
since whichtime3 lhave hot been without a bottle on
hated. When. '".commenced the rite, my hair was quite
thin, and at least one-third . gray.. .g... few applications
stopped its turning" and. In. hree weeks time there was
not a gray, hair to be noticed,_ nejthet has them been' up
Imo: Mein:testimony to Its
After my hair was completely restored, I oontinuid its
use by applying tyro or three times per month. My hair
has ever eL , ntbilied healthy, Soft and glesiy, and my
sr alp perfectly free from dandruff. I do not imagine the
fa its . above mentioned will be of any partichlar advau
ta go - jod,'iii iiVen . flatter your vanity artidilate day,
as; I well etvere:they are all known already ant even
more Wendeiftif onintihroughout the Union. • I have tie.
cupled my time ha traveling the greater part of the time
the past three years, and have taken pride and pleasure
recommending your Reiterative, and ealdbithig4 its
effects hi my own cage. :In auroral InitinceSia bade met
with people that have pronounce(' it a humbug ; saying.
they have usedit and without effect. In every instance;
however, ii proved, by probing the matter; that they
ha l not used your article at all, but had mad sorrafnew
article' said to be •as goo" as yours; and sellinget. about
half the price. I have noticed Wm -or three articles my
self - advertised as above, which' I have net doubt are
Nimbugs. It is astonishing that people will patronize
an article of no reputation, When: there is one at hand
that has been proved beyond a doubt.
Apparently HOMO of those. charitans have not brains
enough to writ an advertisement, as ',notice they have
Opted yours word for word in Sever:all astances,anerely
inserting some ; other name in .. .place of yours:
I have, within the pait five years, seen and talked with
more. than. two thousand persons that have used your
preparation with perfect, success—some for baldness
gray ; hah. t scald. head,: dandruff, and( every disease the
scalp, and. head are, autt)edt to. ' ' '
I called to bee you personally at lour original plioe of
business here, butlearned you were now living in New
THI - PILL ts a gentle ea
proprietor hem used in hi
Ina demandfroin those who
and the satisfaction which
thew use, has Induced me
roach of all.
that differentpathartiee act
bawds. - • • • '
TIC PILL has, with due re
lished fact, been coixepolua
purest Vegetable Extracts,
part of the alimentary ea.
in all cases: whore a ca•
Berangancetti' of Stomach,
Back and LoirtkCastmettete
tau, Bhatortatissi, a groat
many diseases to: !Mich
tamention in this a bor.
Yon are at liberty-to publish this or refer I:larties to
me. Any coannitidoation - addietised-to me, care box No.
34920, will be promptly answered. ,
. • JAMES WHITE, BI.: D.
WAsk SPRINQB, Perry Co., Pa., June 7„1850.
Prof. WOOD, Dear was 'inducedmore than
year ago to try your valuable. Hair Restorative for th
purpose of cleansing my header dindraill I had suffered
with ft upon my ; head for years, and had 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
advertisenitmt in a Harnsbilrg' paper. Being there at
the time; I called at Gross & %tinkle's drug store, and
bought a bettle,:and now am prepared to,recommend ; it
to universal use, Tor it has: completely removidall dand
ruff from my head, and an applleation once intwo Weeks
keeps itlzee from any itehiug or othernnplesulantness
I must also state that ray hair had .become quite .white
io places,!and,..by r the use of your preparation, has been
reeterecttelteroriginal color, Ia m now 50-years of age,
and although I have used trehottles of the Restorative,
no one has any knoWledge of it,'std T allow, a few gray
halm to remain to order to hive my apPeatance" nom.
potivith my age. My head is noworless trouble to me
In keeping it mean, he., , than at any time. since I.have
been a child. I consider your preparation of great value,
and, although Ildo not like to expose myself,•l aonsiderit.
my duty to do do. You can use this or any part of It to
any Shape you think proper, if , It b worth"any thing to
you. , : YOUO3 gro.,
• , BLooamserort, Ind ,July 89,;669.
'here send you a statement.tbatl,thlnk
yoU t iitbh.litled to the bene fi t of. X . amicAtilictsut of
Blosminitionotndthave. been here forever
lam now ove r fay years of age. .For itbehtdirOliy.,ixiteirst
past, toy hair has been turning coniiiteribftraz-imit
was almost, entirely white and very stiffibialtupliant. I
bad seen a number of cent - azalea of the'v very wonderful
effect nf your Hair Restorative but supposed there watt
robes fiction than truth in them: but entertaining a strong,
liesire to have my.hair, if possible, restored - .to its orle
nal color and flneuesti, as it was in my younger days a
beautiful, black,l concluded I would make the expert,
meet.commencing In a email way. I purchased onskof
your small bottles, at one dollar, and consmencedinsing,
folltifWairdliFitlons StritiiEral re 41114. Y 9 is dlBhov-
wed tbe•dandraffreinoved, and miliale;that*aii filling
off in large was considerably tightened, and a
radibal change *tabs plies th the Odor. / *we cOitirt. , "
tied to use it, till have used threei of your small botilati
and Just begun on the. fourth. -?I haye now:as pretty a
head of dark brow* or light black hair as any man, or
as I had in rcryouthfol days, when a boy in the hills of,
Weeteiv Virginia. My head iii entirely clear of-dandruff;
and the hair ceased entirely falling off and is as soft and
flue; and.feels - al oily, as though it was
. Just from the
Mamie Of a French champooner. Many my eetrutintart:
use fre4nently say to Me “Butler, where did .you,get that
fine wig?" ' I tell them it was the effect Layout , Rendre
lave. • It is almost impossible to convince them that,' it la;
the original hair of the same old gray head.
FRKRIMOK T. ;BUTLER, ; ,
- ' Bloomington, Monroe Co., Ind."
WooD's Hein Rearm=Ng has acquired CreptdatiOr.
from actual teat and experiment which 'cannot. he'lpti.
hanoed-by neWspaper puffs. In our vicinity it has been
extensively usecersd3ve belleyetheyery wow with /mom
desired reaultrell4.recalyedthe .thilverwti eridorsement of
all who have triedll. We therefore recommend itia one
of those few nostrums which accomplishes all it profess
es and all tho bald and gray could desire.—Columbia
Pew. Weep% Rearontrma—ln another column
trill-he found an advertisement of this well known and
excellent preparation for restoring•gray hair to its origi-,
nal color. The' Hair :Restorative also cures entaneohe
eruptions, and prevents: , the hair ailing off.• We have
seen many authentic testimonials in proof of those assert
tionSsame of which are from gentlemen whom we have
koown for many years as persons of the most reliable
character: .Donit dye till you have .trlea this Restorative.
Beam Oike'Branch. • • .
W001:011 Ram liairronattn.—We are not In the habit of
puffing every new discovery, for in nine cases out of ten
they are quack nostrums, but we take great pleasarein
recommending Professor Wood's article to;all whosehair
Is falling off or turning gray. Our:well known contAb c .
tor, Finley Johnson, Fsq., has experienced the benefit of
its application, andjouta with us inspeakicg of its virtues.
Let all try it; and bald hands will 3* as rare as snow in
Wool.ll Ham lizstozazrvz.—Unlike most speaffes, this
is proved, by ,unimpeachable evidence, to, posse= great
efficacy as a restorer ; of the hair to pristine vigor. Where
the head had become abiest bald because of sickness;
the ; se of this article hap produced a beaatiful growth cf
thick, glossy hair. It is .therefore a valuable "prepara
tion for all clams. Its ingredients are such as to &fern"-,
ally eradicates dandruff and other impurities, 'which
operate so injuriously td the hair. It also has curative
properties of another description. In many oases pim
ples and other disfigurements of the skin disappear wher
ever it is used. There is no hazard attaching to the trial
dills remedy, and.its effects, can only be beneficial, as
the compound if it does not cause a mrnifeet improve.
meaty is incapable of doing harm, as its component ele
ments are perfectly innocuous.—Anten T ranscr i p t" , jpra
Gasman Boos.—ln our capacity as .conductor of a
public journal, we are coaled upon to advertise the cure-
Oki of the day, each of which claimant be unadulterated,
fn its compooltion and infallible in its curative: effects,
with what justice we leave our readers to deterdoine. - In ,
one instance, however—Prof. Wood's -Hair Restorative
—we are so well assured of the netabki , qualities of the:
article, that we give It our indorsement as all thet,ite,/r,
ventorand vender claim into be. In effect vane. failik;
head of hair Is universally known to be magical. Like'
lime'or -guano on exhausted land, it brings its crop wber•l
ever applied; —Our own thatch is fortunately-very
thy, buClekiadvise , Jour 1 . - filande ; pith sparsely-growing'
hair to try theßeitorative--Cbitteibid
At t Ham Dints Apannossn.-49brd's Great'Article has
r a k e , th e Edd.—Proftwaor Wowd stands on an eminence;
no chemist; wheige attention has been turned to inventing;
a hair tonic, has ever before reached. lila ,fame is mid.;
den but wo rld-wide, and thousands who have worn wigsi
or heed bald for , years are now, through the use of:his
preparation t wearing their own natural and luxuriant
head covering. So much for chemistry, the chemittry
of human life, and the laws which apply to the functions
of the system. ' Prof. Wood studied out the hinnan hair,
its character, its properties and Mimeses, and how to re l
store the'decaying vitality to that ornament ; he'saw, as
In his awn case, that gray hair 13 unnatural unless the
"age of the' individual has reached four score, and he be=
Mimed that the hair could be naturally revitabxeC He
tried his own ease,-almeat bald and gaits gray, at the
age of thirtyWeven—he restored his own hair in color,
strength and luxuriance, and the article he did it with
he give--tr, -the :world. - Allot WOOD'S HAM RBSTORAZ
m u; aud.take nothing elsta-rifew York /My ,gook.
- We. 444 Broadwayi New. TOM, atitiNo.;l l l44
,• Market street, St. LOWS, Mo
.;.esld Ie Bostonlby % GOODWIN & CO., en& M. S.
STILL SOMETHING WHICH HAS
MORE AND MORE POPULAR EVERY DAY
Chits at trawl $. trans-palatial,
NEW AIR LINE ROUTE
TO NEW YORK
SHORTEST IN 'DISTANCE
AND QUICKEST IN TIME
BETWEEN THE TWO CITIES
NEW - : , - YORK
..ETAIZATZ4.ISI3TTI2 - I
MoßKtt 4 o aiP.RESS, West, leirree Nevitorevii
M 4 arriving at Harrisburg_ all P . M., only OX Innate
between the two cities. • • -----
• ;MAIL LINE leaveg.New tork at moo naasi, slid ar
iIIOP.MII.a3 MAIL ,LIZIEJast, letves 'HarriebaTe4
'B.OO A. V., arriving it Maw York atilt/
. . ,
`AkTritl , loo - I.r EXPRtSB
burg at 1,50 P. M, at 9.45 P, M.
Connections are made a,t liarrisburjetLee P. M. With'
the Nssengtir 'Patina in earb!dlieCtiob on the Yetinsylva 4
alit, Cumberland:Valley and 11inthern Centrad Railroad.,
All trains connect at Reedit e s With trains Fir Pottsville
:and 'Philadelphia, and at 'Allentown inn , Mancht Chunk,
g 1 95631 17 azo. • t• -"
• • :No change of issiengsr Cars'of Ilagglige'betWeineleiti
York and Haritsburg, •by thweLoo4 th:9 •from Mew
York or the 1.15 P. M. rom Marristmg.
For beauty of scenery, and speed, con Portend accom.
=dation, thia route presents superior bideoementsito
the.traveling WAIN • •• • - • •
Faro, between New York an , urg
LARS For ilOkette , aril tither ihrtniastion applY,
' decl•• • 'J." J. CLYDE, General oitgetit,Harhibnrg,..
PH .1-1 IA
READING RAIL R GAD i ,
WINTER ARRANGEMENT. •
WV AND .AFT.E.g.i).EC. 12/4, 1860.
TWO pessENGBP. - TRAINS' LEAVE HARRISBURG
DAILY, (Sundays eicepted,) at 6.00 A. IL, and-. 1.80 P.
SI. for Phi ladelphia , arriving there o'l A 26 P. 'IL, and
6.1.5 P. M. - ' ; -
REMTENINQ, LEAVE PRILADELP.II4. ata.po A. M.
and 3.30 P. M. arriving at Harriabrig at I.P. IL, and
p . ; : „L .'• t.:11 :
FARM 3 Philadelphia , No. I Cara, $3.R6 ; No. 2 ( in
mine traia,) $2.75. • ' ' • -- • -
FARES N-To Reading, 61.60 and 61.30. • i .
t Reading, connect with trains for PottsvWe,'Miners."
vile Animus; Catowhna,4 4 . • "
TRAINS,SOUR :-LFAVAI BEADING., F OR
PIMA Delty; i 6 .A., - 11.; 1045 - A 12.20 noon and
3.43 P. ' ..1: '
LEAVE PHILADELPHIA . FOR ;3:01:
•1..00 P, 114'2.60 P. M 4 tind'6.6o'P.'bi. • :
FAR611.14-ateadingtnPhiladelphia, 111.76 and $1.46.. ,
IHR MORNING TRAIN .PROM .HARRISIII7RG CON
NECTS AT. READING with up ;11,22 for Wilkeobarre,
rittitos and Sdratholi." .
For tbronshltsciceollind• OillWPltoTtnaißoraPpiy t(T
; 1 . • ; 6 1 eq . erig7. Arra
~ W III4TER Mfg' TABLE.
I if E"rikiiiiiisis , D Ail_ Y°
ON - AND .!IMER
MOSDAY, NovEmotti 26th, 1866, -.
She Pass Puller Walla of the tem!7 ll m,ailla -Railroad Rom
piuty will demi from. and arrive at Harrigbiirg and
Pliiladelp as follows
EASTWARD.: , . •
; TR'AIST ' 40
'THROUGH EXPRESS' Raves-Harrisburg•at 2,
Wt. and arriveitat West
• FAsT mil+) leayea,Harrlapurg .# 4 ).a 3 4.
I 'arrives at West Phailelplita at &In • - -
]tAIL TItA~N ea ea
Harriaburg at lib '46)114' arrives
. at Wcat.PWWilttia at OP P:m.• '
These trains makealcat?cvnnection a l / 2 with
the New York ' '
ii(00111101>ATION THLTHrbIe: 1, leaves Harrisburg
at 4,1484. - m" ley; aml amine at . West
• pldladelphiaat 12.80 p. m. ~
filltillB4lllP2t kl*ASAriiOrikithirritAiN lciaiteifitar=
riebnig•atl:l.s p. ii 3-4 and , araticaK. ail Wash Philadelphia
• ap:xplilbpATlox TRAM, No: 2, leaves Etturilabnii
at' 5.2& p„ m '
runs via Mount Joi eennettMg it Diller
eine 1 . 4.17,,,,THMN.F.a5tf0r Philadelphia. •
• . • ICE 8 T WA .
...THROUGH EBRHE6S ' TRAIIi leaves Plititi . delptilit, at
.10.80 p. 'la:, arrives aillairiabnieitt:lo •nt::
-MAIL TRAIN leaves'PhlLadelpidat 'it :8;00 at , m,t c at-2
rirki!PtqlarTiaP lll X 141.20 p > n l
LLICdL MAIL TRAIN taititit - fiait . / . lalitt4%.tili. Piffling"
, FAST LINE leaves Philadelphia 202.00, noon,' =Weak
at Narrishurg at 4.10 p. m..
HAREISBUIia ACCOMMODATION -TRAIN ;leaves ,
Philadelphia at 2.00 .p. • m.i and. arrives. at. Harrisburg,
, . „
A.CCOMEODATIONTIIAINiIeavee Philadelphia at COO
mel,:nriyes•aitAlarxieburg. at. 9.45 .p, 111. , ,
td the Pact; iliailiatiguiera leaving
Philadelphia at 4.00: p.• m. conaectat Lancaster with
MOUNT JOY ACOOMAIODATION 'OWN * arrive at
Harrisburg at 9.45; ra.: ; •• ; • •
Supt .3 Edit Dividon Paserrhank Baiiroad.
/di Work Promised 41 One Week
STEAM DUING ESTABLISHBONT,
'lO4 Market Street between 4th and sth, -
'WHERE every desoriptierv'of Ladies' ,
V V and Gentlemens' Garments Piece Goods, ae,Are
rifedalnsed.N34 OtdaliediM thee best mann.* aKat .
Atilt t nonce, ,DODGE & CO,
To the Citizens of New Jenecr and
Apothecaries, Drugglts, Grocers and
Wolfe's Puke Cognac Urandy.
'Wolfed Pure liaderia; Sherry and Port
Wolfe's Pure Jamiilca and St. Croix Auto
wows . Puxe, IWhishy.
ALL - IN ISOPi'LES. • ' -
L hog leave"tO call the attention of, the citizens of Abe
'United States to the above Wills and Lumoss, imported
byTdolplio :Wolk df Whiar4 - name hr fatal•
liar in.every part, of this COMIL:trY. for the purity- of his
.CetethAted EiCtiiSDA 1.1 tai WOlfe, In his letter
to mei:speaking et thO purify-of Ids. Woissand,Liormas,
says : will stake my reputation as a man, ply st, tid
ing as a marchautof thirty yimie residence , in the City
of New York, that all the BRANDY and Wa w a which I
bottle are purees inaporte4,efi.,,lkeitbe beat quality, and
can be retied upon by every purphaser.” Everybottle
!ha* 'the Mwprietbetimune on' the wax . ant a fan 'simile
..of his signature. n the certiticatte,, The, public are, re
'spectrally invited to call end for theMlelves.--
ger sale at Retail • brtdripotheisaihis and Grocers in
Philtoietidda r GEORGE M.. d2HTOS, •
889 Market a. Phlladt
Sole agent for Philadelphia.
,ad, the following from the New York lee
Eartielsoon Btonissfst von Osa Nsw Ito= Asaitntiarr.—
We are happy to inform our feyow citizens that Caere is
one place in our city vihere the physician, apothecary,
and country merchant, can goatid purchase pure Wines
andldqaers,-as pa _ewes imported ; and of the best quality;
We do not !steed to give an. elaborate description of this
misrchant'iv'elffetisivNblisibinst, although it will well re.
. pay, any, stranger. or .oitizen to visit Ildolpho Wolfe's es.
temdrellfaretiOuse, - NOS: 18.:' 29 and 22 Heaver street,
And Noe. klt Wand 21, hers etdeld street.; His stock of
Schnapps on hand ready for shipmentcould not have
been lima the thirty theist:lnd . cases; the Brandy, some
ten l'llTui944c B Es9 - .4intages of If9M t 011359; and, ten
theiisand easei of Madeira Sherry and Port Wine,
•• Notch , and Irish:Whisky, Jamaicai and St. Crolr'llum,
some very old and equal to any in this country. He also
. had three large cellars, filled with Brands, Wine, &c., In
casks, under Custom House key, ready for bottling. Mr.
sales Of. bchitippe. list year. amounted to one:
hucdrt d and SWAY thousand dozen, and we hope. in lens
than lean he tiny'be eqiially sticCesSful ...vita his
'arradf*Sk and Nines-J. • - - .
His busiiiess inerlte the patronage of every lover of his;
speoles. , who'wish pure Wines and
14quors for medical use Should send their, orders direct
to iii. Well°, Until' every Apothecary in the laud Make
..,,upetheirininditedlscrirci k , the. -poles:mous stuff Irom their,
shelves„ and replace it. with Wolfe's. pure Winks and
Wo understand Mr. Wolfe, for the accommodation of
'small dealers In the country,,puts.up assorted bases Of
/Wines and Liquors. Such a min, anti such a merchant,
filiotddlbe itiu3taididagainsVhis tens of thousands of rip.
, poronicte in the Hinted States, who sell nothing but imita
hens, ruinous filike to health htimaa haPpinins.
' • .• .• sepll,daw6mi.
Heller, 91 -Mirli4Atnet, sole agent for this cit.
Dlk r DARE:4s llAms
A.Romicrxe, IN VIdORATING
ihas Nedtetrie has been wed 4.the publze for ses years,
i with staves:ram favor. Ii is recommended to Doe
MgePtia,Berifousnek IL .araturn, &Ate rams,
9m eh lia na in the Awe ,
P l ea ' i l l 4 or
y . stness , Kidney Corn
Zow Spirits.. D Imam
It Sintetaras, Sitituantmes, r r sae , MT
V l 4 Act *hank= tlh a h •
AS A MEDIOINE it 18 quick nil offectu
al, curing tkemost aggravating case a Dyspepsia,
Kidney Complaints and all , other derange ent the
Stomach aid &Weis, in a speedy manner.
will iustsnly;ireyivee the MOM. 111011/00 13 ,
drooping spirits, and restore the weak, nervous dsi
ly to health, strength and vigor.
Persons who, from the-Mindleious use of liquors, have
bosoms dr4siljed, and their nervoussystem shattered,
constitutions lorolreh Jowl; ana subject to that horrible
cum to launtudty,the Dicumnne Tassints, will, almost
immediately, reel ithe happy and beahh3 invigondlur
hincaoy of lir fiamts bivigoratind Seltit
WifiA T IT. WILL. DO. •-
Lkwqr..—Ons wi,,e glass tall ss etu3n as nooftgas.ry
One &Se Vat remove all'Bad Spirite.
Ode dose viii sure Heart-bum
„ , phree,doees ,will eltre.indigestim
•Oriedoiti you' Appetihs.
tope- dose . str,stop.this distressing pains of Dyspepsia.
One`tiose will remoie:tte disiressisg and clisagreeshie
catkin of Wind - or - ghttnlince and WOW asthe stoma
'receives the Invigorating Spirit, the dismissing lead sae
air pahlitil feelings will be removed: ” •• •
One ddse.,will nsnOvothamost Agay3oB4lB Palne Of
either in.the stomach or boweis.'
aoties Willremoveall 'obstkotlens lathe Kldiley,
aladdenor tirinary,, 9 rpalls., • . -
Forams who are ArlOnsly ' afflicted with any Kidney
: Complaints are assured relief by a dose or two,
,agllitradkOid cue by 1 / 8 qf Pfif: l or two:tockqlelc,.;
p 0:. PISKPATIO,N. ,•'
I ;ic4sxho, XrOUL dimpathigtooravieheirer.mgat,rane
4 . feel the mill effects oepeleeneitelf,*rB; e
hes atokhess..at , stomach,lareaknass,..ghhtutess, ! he,
wilt grid one dose will remove all. ttdleelings.
°Weak add sickly" conistitatMes 4 ,sh w ott ixior ld tak e
e. th m e
Invigorating 314-rjt.th ha r "n i* ir 'll ialtr fiat. had
stkong, Wealthy and happy , - rem ov e _
organs, laid Mamie the_
jetegtaartttealreto the meaattual - Prg
. tomith and beauty to th.!'!Y44lP.(9.
11iiringpreinaaty beoteund tin-tuvalumua !nem
• ° t oo t o mokeTe dtsegreeetdopeasagone at tbea,teinach
i All ttie proprietor milts !it'd 'filial, and' e iblikge this , be
lute,! lip the Ifisighiating. tkdid II& VA betties; at Cu
% !Ma ts - -
General' Depot, 2 4B Water etreetiN. . ; Wholesale lAseatll P4butelliebilvil , Yon 8: , . CO ..and ler sale itillarraibers:bie. A. jhuh , ,Meit, D. W. Grow &
and'by'all Druggists everywhere
!WRING ' , AND r =SUMMER STYLES.
ONE., TOIOIII . G-117
Imperb amok of fine afrench, English and American
. , •
••- . •
Per City and Country , trade, with an unapproachable as
sortment ot,„l,taahr Msant Cumin° at the lowest cash
- aIiI•laate;014B PAW; is asked, and a GIFT of ,intrinsic
worth_and use presented with each article -
•Paithinler attention , paid to the Customer department:,
and garments. made andaent to order to, any address.
inaugurating this nets' , ayStein of doing business,
ORSNVILLE'ISTOKES would: impress on the minds of
the patrons, of .his establishment, that the coat of the gift
is'deducted from; and doe added to .the price'of the arm"
cle _immensely; increasing Wes enabling lint
to act thus liberally, and at. the same time to realize a
remunerative profit. • .
all articles guaranteed ; to give entire, satisfaction.
ONNPRICH CLOTHING EMPORIUM
oca CISIESTNIIT' orkiab.r •
pE - TO.,OOII6IITMERS OF COAL.
itek"'kftlif" S tested
anti' nertifted''to 'by the SE kLER. OHP WEIGHTS
- AND 14HASUNED.- „ . •
Mr. J4i1121 M. Witieuat;:.Haiing"thie day tee;ied'your
-Patent Wetgli : Carts, and foundltienapartectly correct, I
gtorqproPnt-tpF sealapot,them according to law.
FREDERICK TRACE, -
• - Sealer of Weightetuad measures.
• Harrisburg, January 17 , 1661: jlB -
;. O T LOT OF THOSE
EXTRA •FINE POINTED
41E NEWTON'S (formerly Bagley's)
mainsusaN4lwarnitsed: tO be the best ht material,
the , ,thinst_logilt,ted, moo,aurable, and as cheap as . any
iinaleeti - for sole; titth: vari e ty I& Gold and Salver
.Cbgaetler variousktanceA S. • * ' KsTo k
A. SIIPIVILAIi v
Wo` 7 67:1:E5^71V717 B7'REE7
: ; i; ;.,• " • • - • -
DR . JOHNSON.
=ir-Ni ing ii‘' , b
HAS discovered the most certain, speedy
and effectual romedy in the world for
DISEASES OF IMPBUDIME.
RIC= DI BCC TO TRIM BOUREL
No Heronry or Noxious Drugs
,RYA Cl7lll WARNANIRD, OS NO CHAIM, IN IRON 011 19
Weakness of the Back or Limbs, Strictures, Pains 14
the Loins, Affections of the Kidneys and Bladder, lkimisie
Weakness, Nervous Debility, Decay of the Physical Pew_
era, Dyspepsia, languor, Low Spirits,Confostion aides%
reit Ration of the Heart, Ttmiddity Tremblings, Dimness
of Sight or Giddiness, Disease of the illOnlaCti, Affeetkws
of the Head, Throat, Nrae or Skin—those terrible Car=
dent arising from the indiscretion or Solitary. Habits of
Youth—rho dreadhil and destructlve practises which
produce constitutional debility, render marriage tomes
sibk, and destroy both body and blind.
Voting men especially who haveLbecome the vktinniel
solitary Vice, that dreadful and destructive habit which
annually sweeps to an -untimely grave thousands of
young men of the moat exalted talegt and brilliant Intel
lect, who migt t otherwise have entranced listening
Senates with the thunders of eloquence, or waked to ecs
tasy the living lyre, may call wl h full confidence.
Married persons, or those contemplating marriage, be
leg aware of physical weakness, should immediately Con
sult Dr. '.1., and be restored to perfect health.
Immediately cured and full vigor rotund.
Ire who places himself ander the care of Dr. J. may
religiously condde in bla honor as & gentleman, and eon,
ildenUy rely upon his skill as a physician.
Office No. 7 Smith Frederick street, Baltimore,
Md., on the left hand side going from Baltimore street, 7
doors tram the corner. Be particular is observing the
name or number, or you will mistake the place. Be par
ticular for /fusion Tifiting Qvackt, with false names,
or Paltry Burn 6va Attracted by the reputa
tion of Dr. Johnson, lurk near;
Alt letters must contain a Eroetags Stamp, to use on the
Dr. Johnson member of the Royal College of 8i
London, graduate from one of the meet 'militant Colleges
the United Stntes, arid the greatest part of wham
has been spent In the Respite's of Landon, Paris, Phila
delphia and ebtewhere, has effected•lSOM 01 the Pi* all
torliEhing cures that were ever known. Reny troubled
with ringing In the ears and head when WOO. great ner
vousness, being alarmed at suddensounidn, bilehßdeftliN
with frequent blushing, attended,siimethnes withdeirange.
meet of mind were cured immediately,
TAKE PARTICULAR NlYilfit.' fl"
Dr. 3. addresses all those who havbiginineddlhont•
selves by private and improper indulgenclea, thatAelorot
and solitary habit which rains both body and =inky*.
fitting them for either' badness or society.
These are seem of the sad and melancholy, °Mato pro
duced by early habits of youth, vis Weakfietsinfthe
Back and Limbs, Pains in the Headkatinnelia al"
LOas of Muscular Power, Palpitation of the Heart, Dys
pepsia, Nervous Irritability Derangoment of itie Digestive
Functions, General Debility, Symptom!. of . coon mp
MINTALLT, the fearful effects. on the mind are mash to
be dreaded. ...Loas of memory, CoakfaoSim of Ideas, De
preseict of. Spirits, Evil Forebodings, dverEdeo tb,*.kie•
ty, Self-distrust, Love of Solitude, Tinildity,dat., awesome
or the evil effects. - • •
Thonsandi of persons or all sgeg, eon now judge What
is the cause.of their decline in health, losinglkeir . vigor,
becoming weak, pale, nervous and emaciated, have a
singular appearance •about the eyes, cough; and , Rpm
me of consumption.
• • .. YOUNG lati • ,
who hive injured themselves by a certain pratafts
doired in when alone—s habit nwinettitY: histufta
mit zomoanlomi, or at school ; the effects el Which inn
sightly felt, even when asleep, and ((not entred,Wanders
marriage impossible, and destroys both mind and body,
should apply Immediately. •
What a pity that a young man, the hopes - of his - Min.
trr.the Aarlint of his parents, shonitille snatched Irma
all „prospects and enjoyments of giro lathe aonsequanices
of deviating from the path of nature, and indalginthi a
certain secret, habit. persons must, before contate
plating . .
cflect that a sound mind and body are,the most neeteSary
requisites to ;remote connubial happinest. Indeed
Without these, the joirney. through life blicotaistawearY
pilgrimage; the prospect hearty darkens toarkz;the
mind- becotnes shadowed witti'despair,lind the
melancholy. reflection that the happktesa be
conies blighted with our own • .
Dlt. JOHNSON'S INVIOORATAND- REMEDY- iIWR VA
OANIO WRARIPaRaj f r.
By this great and immix:lt•recriedr, w weences oft e
'nano are speedily cured, and full vigor restored.
t - thousands of the matt nervous and r dilillitited - Who
ad ;lost all:hope, have been iinmediatelysellieved. All
irepedhaents, to Darriage, Physical or Menial 'Diattudid.
NetVotis, Tretahling;, Wrialkness erlitthlustlon or
She most.fearful kind, speedily eared, 4i•
The Many thousands cured at silettkatthis In . whin tee
last twelve years, and the numeroualmportent.pregked
Operations performed by 'Di. J:„ whinnies& hy the 'et , .
porters of the papers, and many other persona, actiosest
which have appeared again and again before the public,
betides his sfarlding as a gentleman of diameter Mare
sponsthility, is a sufficient guarantee to the ealloted.
DISEASES OF IMPRUDENCE.—When the misguided
and imprudent votary eflplaumra finds he has Imbibed
the seeds of this painful disease it too often lawns= tbrd •
ati ill-timed sense of shame or dread of discovery 'deters
him from applying to those who; from education and rer
irPeotability can alone befriend him, delaragttlithe aces
initritional symptoms of this horrid disease make their
appearance, effecting the head, throat y pots, akin, .tray
progressing on with frightibLiapidity, hit death puts a
period to, dreadful sufferings by sending him to." 1 1111
bourne from whence no traveler Antral.'" It is a mel-
Sticholy tact that thousands Alt-victims to-this terrible
disease,. owing to the, unskillnitteesof ismagspreteed-
Ms ' Who, by the use of that deign' - , seaskirg; ruin
the constitution'and make thereat WO
To Srasnorss.—The Doctor's , Dipl o mas - his
officer gor-Letters must contain a Stamplons , 94,oll.may...
*a - Remedies sent by
• Iggi-No. 7 South Frederick street, aldilinereti:
aprl3 dimly —•
An experienced Nurse andFenntiePhytdoiss, presents to
the attention of =Qom her
SOOTHING • SYRITE
which greatly facilitates the process. of tee, Udall, by sob
cuing the gums,reducing infiammatimiLlmill allay ALL
PARN",and spasmodic action, and is • •:1 T•
SURE TO-REGULATE TRE,BoWiEIki
Depend upon It, mothers, it will 'One . Teeth) - yourselves
AND, , RELIEF' AND MIMI TO , TOUR. BOUTS
We have put up and sold this, article '4. over Ms
years, and 4113 flAr, m 001,1r1DinKiN iiitt TRUTH, what we
have never been able to stay ot• any other medicine—
REFER HAS IT FAILED, IN A SINGLE INSTANCE 10
EFFECT A CURE, when timely- used; Never did we
know an instance of dissatisfaction by any : one who seed
it. On the contrary, all are delighted , with Its °Pew
liens; and speak in. terms of highest annmeadMhtu
its magical effects and medical virtues. We speak is
this matter "wirer we no• now, after ten years cape*
deuce, 441 D ItirMill OTIR asPUTIZOW 1 . 01 Tin JIPLEZNErt
or wan. we Huss ninteni. In almost. every Instance
where the Infant 'suffering *oat pstnandhairmatim,"'
Hewitt be found in llama or twenty . minutes after the
syrup is administered.
This valuable preparation , fig- the proserlPtho O f 4we
M the moat EXPERIENCED and SKILLFUL d off
New England, and lute been used with civic mime
motramms OF °Ans.
- It not only relieves the child 'from pain, but ISM
orates the stomach and bowels t detracts acidity, and
RiVOB tone and energy to the whole system. It will
most instantly relieve
GRIPING IN THE BOWELS, AND .WIND COLIO,
and overcome convulsiiins, which if not speedily "ma
died, end in death. We believe, it the user • and' sorsa
worm IN rat WORLD, 111 ell tutees of DYSENTERY A 149
DIARRHEA IN CHILDREN; whether it Aries from
teething or from any other muse.. iVe.lreuld esy t°
every mother who has a child sabring from,any of file
foregoing' complaints—no NOT Ler Yolim PIidWINSLON, POa
ItHR FRZILID/0111 07 07=8, mend Itetween you $ O 4/ flu '
sullerlifg'ebikl and the relief that" will be EDEE—.yea, AD.
RaLYTYSLY. 81 - -rRE-40 follow the use of Ole 014
tf timely used, Full directions fbruslng will actaFirmt
each bottle. None genuine unless the fieHlkalla
CURTIS a, PERE:II , I4EOw York s is the outside wraPY °F.
Sold by Druggists throughout the wend.
Principal Ofilee, N. 13 Cedar St.; New York.
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*.For Sale In Harris hurg by D. W. Greet kC o .' lo
19 Market 'street, J. Martin Luta, No. 22 &Dirket *rest,
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