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Wed' P i Oa
'lei of the LIVER
LTvss COMPLAINER, Bazaars
/0 DIARRHOEA, SUIENNE COM
eous aromas, atom
°Boum& Moaeue °mounts
JAUNDICE, Fseaell WEAN
successfully as an OEDEMA-
Will oure SIMI:DUDA :
TIVISITT rs rwa
mix at commenaemento
ALL WOO ÜBE T ARS GIE
web: Water In the month with the In•
rigorator, and mallow both together.
PRIOR on MILLAR PAIR BOTTLE
PURE VEGETABLE EXTRACTS, AND PC
UP IN GLASS OABES, AIR TIGHT, AND
WILL KEEP IN Ayr CLIMATE,
The. FAMILY CATHAR
active Ofthartio which the
practice more than twenty
The constantly increas
have long used the PILLS
all express in regard to
to place them within the
The Profession well know
on different portions of the
The FAMILY O.&THAR.
ference to this well estab
ded from a variety of the
which act alike on every
nal, and are gaud and safe
thereto Is needed, such vs ;
Sleep:m.lo , Pains in. Mei
Pain and Sorenede otter i're'
or weighE in the head,att
Worms in Children or dd-
PUrifieT of the Blood, and
flesh is heir. too numerous
tasement. Don, 1 to S.
MUM 80 CENTt3.
TIIII MYER' 1311140ILLTOt ,
10 Pm* areiret,ailedbv Druggists generally t and
sold Wholesale by the Wade in all the large
S. ,T. W. BANII V ED,
Manufacturer arid Proprietor,
je2oldavyi] 836 Broadway, New York..
MA:DERIAw • INE.
IXTELSH, BROTHER'S OLD RESERVE
VV WINE full bodied and fruity. In store and for
sale by JOHN H. ZIEGLER,
febl6 73 Market Janet.
S STORAGE ! STORAGE
TORAGE received at the Warehouse
JAMBS M. WILFRupe
XTRA ErU GAR CtrREDH ARS
For sale by
WHEREAS, the .tfitiorable JOHN J.
Puss* President of the Court of Common Pleas
in the Twelfth Judicial I/Istria, consisting of the counties
of Lebanon and Dauphin, and the Eck. A. 0. Humus
and Don. $lGx. ,Ndetufv, Associate Judges' in Dauphin
county; h a ving' issued their precept, bearing date the
16th day of February, 1861, to me direbted tor holding
a Court of Oyer and Terminer and General Jail Delivery
and Quarter Sessions of the Peace at Harrisburg, for the
county of Dauphin, and to commence OE THE 4TH MOH.
DAY OF AY= NEXT, being the 22n DAY OP -ARBIL, 1861,
and Weentintle two weeks.
Notice le therefore hereby given to the Coroner, Jus ,
tines of the Peace; Aldermen, - and Constables of the Said.
county of Dauphin, that they be then and there In their
proper. persons, at 10 &Mackin theforonoon of said - day,
with their records, inquisitions, examinations, and their
Own remembrances, to uo those things which to their
Mice ofriggliti.to be done, rind those Who are bound
is recognixances to p
.ioseente against the prisoners that
are or "shall be inAlie Tail of DauPhln bounty, be then
and there to prosecute against them as shall bejust.
Given tinder my band, at Harrisburg, the 28th day of
March, in thelear of our Lord, 1861, and in the eighty.
third year of the independence of the 'United States.
_ J. D. BOAS, need*.
Harrishurg, March 15. 1861.1
EDWARD; ,LOANS & CO.,:Proprie
tors, Fruit and Ornamental Trees,. Grape', small
Irma, Rhubarbs, Agparagns, Shrubs, Roses, Bedding
plants, great, variety..
Orders - left with G. H. Small at the State Capital Bank
will receive grump, atyeation. I
Cataloguat dread on application. '
marl6-Imdaw G. a. SMALL.
OUR UNION & CONSTITUTION
6 6 911 R GOVERNnNT," by M. WICIN
NIT, is a work containing itie.Commoilow OF
ins BIM SIMS, giving the construction of ipt Terme
and Provisions, showing the relations or the :several
States to the Union and each ether, and explainfn& gene
rall.y the System or Government of the Country. Price
$1 00. Sold, andorders supplied, by him, at Danis
burg, H. feb2l
AgentarorNonnties and Stefan wanted.
ALL-HEALING OINTMEN T
TRYITI TRY IT I I
A Radical Reslorativeoflnsmak Perspiration.
a ;feet; beyond the power of
contradiction, that it Is infallible in the cure of
.4:firm; Scalds, Nervoui Diseases, .All.
Tamar; Pites,„Serefala. Er ysi Chitbialns pplas,
iSare Eyes, Quinn",
Croup; Rhemnati sr* Colds,
-- 'COM Peet, Liver Complain;
Asthma, and- giA
DISEASES OF THE CHEST.
It rightly termedyjill•Realiag, for there Is
scarcely, a Disease external or internal that it will :
For sale at the Grand Depot,
No. 143 FULTON STREW, NEW YORK.
And by all Druggists throughout the united State 3. .4"
. J. MoALISTER, t 4
143 Fulton Street, N. Y.
Agents tranted r innaediately to introduce it into id
RIO -may receive it on liberal terme, ger 03
ITHE- tthaiERBIGNED , has ope ned. his
1. UMBER, OFFICE, corner of Third street andaleelc.
berry alley, near.Herris Hotel.
Dr" Lumber - of alt kinds timiAnallthis; fo r sale by
. 4 ^.W. F. MIIRSAY.
The undersigned will sell Horses, Carriages and. Year
n= lor.for cash,
ALSO.-Horses and Carriages to hire at the•eame office.
marll , FRANK A, MURRAY.'
O4veTYdesoriponn in-ca na and jars,
mar4,_ . WIC Dom ;JR. & CO.
OR' .I.H GARDEN and FLOW.K.E. SEEDS.
ju The largest' litoppg`the oily. All kitis, eg. - .Gareen
s ee d, i n ism papersest three eents'per paper i for sale
by DAVID HAYNES,
xnarl2-1021' . nO Market street.
- A.ND LEMONS.
1610 , btalli3in prime order jttst re -
oetytil and sale by 1„,,
Wig JR &
FRESH AND COMPLETE assortment
Jud midireit lOW* bale by
D I X* at , & Co.
NGE OF SCHEDULE.
AND AFTER FRIDAY,. MARCH
111 Ist, 1861, the Passenger Trains of the Northern
Central Hallway will leave Harrisburg as follows
Judgment guide you in th
BATOR, and it will cure
ruins, ThcaramßY, DROP.
UAL Coßummy Csouo,
Iszesesuw, FLA TnLCFCR,
Nam, and may be used
RY FAMILY AIRDIGIRII. It
(ae thousands can testify)
OR TERRI TRfiSPOONFOLSAIII
ueu their testimony in Its
A ocoimmunoN TRAIN will leave . iat..3.00 A. DI
IMPRESS TRAIN will leave at 7.40 A. RI
VAIL. " " " "...... IOD P. /11.
MAIL TRAIN will leave at
The may Train leaving Harrisburg_ on.Bunday p. will be
the ACCOMIIIODATION TRAIN - Smith at 8, a. M. at:
For further Information apply' at the Office, In Penne.'
• 3011MIV. HALI,, Agent
Harrisburg, March 1, 1861.-1411
170 PILL Is a gentle bit
proprietor has used in hi
leg demand from these who
and the satisfaction whieb
their tale, has induced me
reach of all.
that different Catharhcs act
TIC PILL has, with due re
lished fact, been compoun
[Arta' the - alimentary ca,
in all cases' there a ca.
Derangements of Spinach,
Back andioine, Cathveneal
ultr, Rheumatism, a great
many diseases to Which
to mention in this e Ivor-
CAN . D AS !
STEARINE - CANNA%
CHEMICAL SPERM CANDLES,
TALLOW CANDLES. -
A large lot of the above in-store and for sale:atlthe lbw.
est prices by
WM. DOCK JR. &DO.,
Opposite the, Court House.
HAVANA .CIGARS I
A film assortment, comprising
Masao, • FLY, • .
Ls Sms, . BBNINTO,
• -'BIRD, CAPITOI.IO.
Of all sizes and qualifies, In quarter, one-fifth and one
tenth bane% iit'neceivedand for' sale low, ibp
JOHN H. ZIEGLER,
.rf: Market Bisset.
FIRST CL ASS GROOERIES 1
RAPING JUST RETURNED_from the
al. pastern elties - where we have ielend with the
ananner cans a large and complete asshrtment of sit.
perior goods whico-embrace anything kept in the best
city grooeries,we respectfully and cordially invite the
public to call and examine our stook • and NOT= one
febl6 WM. WOK JR. & CO.
WV- DOCK Jr..a. at, do
M. M. HATVOIT'S
LIVER Y . STABLE.
Siravherry Alley -. &toe* Fifth and
Sixth :4"er6e* ,
9IMIS ESTABLISHMENT` ei.stocked with
excellent HORSES, OARRIAGi 8, BUGGIES, &a.,
which will be hired on , reasonable torma
marl-am - J. Q. ADAMS, agt.
WASHI2O4I MAE form ma EASY
HARRISON'S HOUSEHOLD SOAP.
TT is DETERSIVII, It removes all-dift, awl
washes with or:WitiMut rubbing.
it is musrva. It removes oil stains by Oil, Faint,
Printers' Ink, Wagon or Machin Grease„...
It ts a Amiens's. blaaches 'brown clothes White, arid
white clothes whiter.
It is Josoustsr. eyes s rteli nermantsit t ilather, and
makes the hands soft,' white
It is a PERFECI . WASHER, in anY.WaterOlOt Or cold, hard
or soft, salt or fresh, of finest latritei stilt - till trades, to
the coarsest clothes.
his Lamas, It does much wtkishingwith cost.
le scosomutt. It saves wear and tear, time, labor
Wcombiuee all thergood, and none of the, a pro r•
ties of every other Beep, therefOre it is a tau= soar.
lths a PerfeetSoap for all uses of the Household. in
the Laundry, for clothes of 'every description—for the
Washstand—for cleaning paint, glassware, porcelain,
crockery, table, kitchen and dritry utensils. '
Directions accompany each cake. Samples can be had
rasa os mum; upon application at our, 'lstore. The
cakes weigh about one pound, and ao not costmore than
any pf the ordinary soaps now in the market.
• Waf: DOM. JE...84
Agents for Harrisburg.
FRES AIiRI AL
1101102rf,' BIAN• k
' RAMP, 418.1111 t, •
SPIV Pius, 13.11a8r,
MAIiBOI, Far Muss,
WHOLE Pus, &0., &O.
Just received and for sale at the LOWEST CARE PRIORS.
able WM. DOCK JR. & CO.
rim undersigned. DOCTOR : OF DENTAL
SURGERY, has returned and restined his practise
nßtate street opposite the "Brady Hetsse,' where he
will be pleased to attend to all - Who may desire bia war
Ideas. teep27,l m. 61114),EA., D. B. S.
OtrRN I G gl 0 D .13
• . OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
. Hoisery, Gloves, Gauntletts, in largo quantities.
Grhat assortment of Embibideries :
La linderWear, different sizes and quality.
fSentktraen's do , . : 'do • 'do ' •
hiLssea , do do do
Boys , do ido do ' • •
Cloths, Casshneres, Satinatts"Teans,
And everything for. Men :and Boys wear. •
Sentlemens , Shawls.
An goods, without distinction to style orqualitY, will
be wild at a very slight advance, and lass than cost of
impciitation. ' - • ' •
; CATHCART & pßonigg t
Next doer 'lO the Harrisburg Bank
' QUINCE, PEAR,
JIM, received from Now York and 'warranted IMPer
fbm. (feb26) Wm. DOCK, Jr., & Co.
ONE PUNCHEON of PURE . -SCOTCH
wzlGETjost received and for sale by
JIMIN H. :ZIEGLER,
73 Market Street.
CITY LIVERY STABLES.
.4AEBBBRYTEX REAR OP
.11:141P•S'aorpz,... . .
THE undereigned . hai3 re - c ommenced the
livery busi4eee in his NEW. and • SPApIOUS STA.
81314, located as above, with a largeand varied stack
HORSES, OARRIAGES and 08011.81M4, tibia lie wbi
hire moderate'rates. F. K. SWARTZ,
CARPENTER AND BUILDER.
Reaidence No 27 .fforthAcond Street.
N. B JOBBING A:l 9 mm= ro
PiURE JERSEY APPLE 1 In store 'and.
BaksbY JOIN<H ZLEGLER,
'1: I '1 Market, Street. • -
pennovluania 1:111alit/ edefirapl ) , ilUtbrtestrap I.fternoon, 'april 17, 1861.
L s of (Irani & (Iranaportatioti
them Central Railway
MidE O C-)FMI'ILrI I7 IIS
LIFE PILLS AND PHOENIX BITTERS.
r HESE MEDICINES have now been he
x fore the public for aperiod of THIRTY YEARS, and
during that time have niaintaincd a high character in al
most every part of the Globe, for their extraordinary
and immediate power of restoring perfect health to per
sons suffering under nearly every kind of disease to
which the human frame is liable;
The following are among the distressing 'variety of hu
man diseases in which the
VEGETABLE LIFE MEDICINES
Are well known to be infallible. *
DYSPEPSIA., by thoroughly claansingthellrst and
second stomachs, and creating a lOW of pure', healthy
bile, instead of the stale and acrid kind ; FLATU
LENCY, Loss of Appetite, lieratburn,lfeadacha, Rest
lessness, 111-Temper, Anxiety, Languor and Melancholy,
which are the general symptoms of Dyspepsia, will van
lsh, as a natural consequenap of its care.
OSTIVENESS, by - Cleansing the whole length of
the intestines with a , solvent process, and Without *fa
ience* all, violent purges leave the bowels 'costive Within
FEVERS of all kinds, by restoring . the blocidia a,
regular alternation, through the prOeess of respiration. in
such oases, and the fflerougheolution of all intestinal ob
struction in others:)• • • . :
The WE MEDICINES have been known to cure
RHEUMATISM pernianently in three weeks- and
GOUT In halt - that time, by removing local inflammation ,
from the muscles and ligaments'of the Joints.
DROPSIES of all kinds, by treeing and: strengthen.
ing die kldneye and bladder; they operate most delight
fully 'en these important organs, and pence have , ever,
been .:focted a certain remedy for the worst cases of .
GRAVEL. • ' . ~ ;
1.40. P. 'DI
8,50 IV DI
Also WORMS, by dislodging from the turnings of
the bowels the 'slimy, matter to which these, creatures.
adhere. • •
SCURVY, ULCERS, and INVETERATE
*SORES, by the perfect purity which these, LIFE MEDL
0 NE3 give to the blood, and all the humors.. , „
SCORBUTIC ERUPTIONS and BAD CIIMI
lONS, by their alterate elfeet upon ttei'lluida' that feel'
the skin, ,and the morbid: state' of ;Which °Cessions all
eruptive complaints, sallow, cloudy, and other disagree
- The oho of these Pills flir a very short time will effect
an entira cure:of SALT. RHEUM, malt stilling ini=
provement in :the clearness. of the skin. COMMON.
COLDS and INFLUENZA will : always be, cured bY
one done, or by two in the 'worst oases.
PILES:—The original proprietor birthese medicinea,
was cured: of. Piles, of 35 years standing by the Ale of thd'
LIFE MEDICINES alone, ,
, . •
. A.GiU/D,—For. this Meow) of the.
Westerb country, these MOdicities will be found .a,ea.re,
speedy, and certain remedy. Other Medicines havol . the
system sebject to s s roam of the disease--a cure by these
Medicines is permanent—TßY-MEM, BE SATISFIED,
AND SE CURED. , .
BILIOUS 'REVERS AND LIVER
PLAlNTS.—Gramtat. Dssnafy, Usti or Amurnti, and
Ilr EMASES oa Bmtamrs—the Medicines have been used
with the most beneficial results in cases of this descrip
tion :—Eings Evil aik'Sprofulo, in its worst forms, yields
to the mild yet powerfel action of these remarkable Medi.
eines. Night SiVeats, Nervous Debility,'Nervouis Con ,
plaints of all kinds, Palp.tation of the 'Heart, Paint rs
Colic, are speedily cured.
MERCURIAL DISEASES;—Persons whose
coostitu ions have become impaired by the injudicious
use of Iderco, will And these Medicines a perfect cure,
es they never fall to eradicate from the system;' all the
effects of Mercury, Infinitely sooner than the mostpoWer
fat preparations of 'Sarsaparilla.
Prep tared and sold, by W. B.IIIOFRAIP,'
WS Broadway, New York.
• Formate by all Druggists. • jy2o.dawly
w y...RHAv z ,
Liver Complaint, Fever and.. Ague, &e.
Txe succeseful introduction and nse of this ,cele•
brated.llemedy_ has been the signal for a:literal toed
of compounds called "Bitters, offered in 'Various .
forms, from- a quart bottle tort fly:ellen= keg, until
this word "Bitters"ls but another name for "grogr,
or some,Vinare:ins:whiskey inixtran,
But the really great relief derived from the minute'
dose, one teaspoonful, of our medicirie,' , '
SHAVE'S HOLLAND .BrITERS
and. - the,leiffire absence of after prostration, hes 'esta
blished forit a senutation which the host ofimitatiOne
and connterfcdtahave failed to undermine. Itis posi
tively a vegetable preparation, with barely tufgatent
pure spirits to preserve it. • -
But one'. size of the. genuine, . (Half-Pint Bottle,)
price ONE DOLLAR.
It is a medicine of long-tried efficacy for ricrifyissr
.eo essential -for the foundation -of good
health and for correcting disorders of the stomach
Two or three doses-will convinm the affilctednf its
salutary etfects. - The stomach will speedily regainits
strength, a healthy action of the liver, bowels and
lcidneys will soon take place, and renewed health be
the quick result
For INDIGESTION, Try
Berliave% Holland. Bitters.
For EIMARTBURN, Try
Bo rhaves Holland Bitters.
Por ACIDITV, Try
Bterhave's Holland Bitters.
Bterhave's Holland titters.
For HEADACHE, Try
therhave's Hollind Bitters.
For LOSS OF APPETITE, Try
Nerhave% Holland Bitters.
For COktivENEss, Try
lkorkave's Holland BitterS.
For PILES, Try
Bterhave's Holland Bitters.
IrC 4 UII Narrow, lthenmalic,And Neuralgic Airco•
tloils;' it has in numerous instances proved highly
'beneficial and in others effected a decided cure.
Read . Carefully:
The genalne, highly - concentrated ferawev - E's lioL
mim limos is put up in half-pint bottles only, and
retailed at One Dollar per bottle. The great demand
for this truly celebrated medicine has induced many
imitations, which the public:, should guard against'
Beware of imposition I. see that ourimenej . .w ert ime
qt . every ba , bu Y , * • - 1)i • •
For sale in tho:slty of Harrisburg by D."I9 . :GROSS &
Cp, , • m3Ord=e9ul-diiwly
„.... , .
JEWELRY . „WA.TCH'ES;, , CLOCKS,'
ALFRED F. ZIfinfEBILAN 1301„,
N52 -. 44 - gzET 5T:5P . 1114014.1514,
_LI Pa., 060814!
EtIHOP,OAN Horn, having- pnr _
4111: the; stock Jennings, and added a'largessorpmalaNEW JEW
RAY; we will 'sellthe', same,atthn Inwnstcash price, and
solicit; patronage, ”
Watches Clocker and Jewelry neatly.apd promidly
paired and deliVered.
41 , BilaY F. Zn&liatl4ol.4;co, •
Having disposed of ink Stocicht Jewelry to 4„P,
merman & Co, I cheerfully recommend them , to my for-, customers as practical and. eaparleaced, Watch',
Makers, and solicit ibr theima chittimimme ml the patcoa,
age which.has hem so sensuously eitanded tome : daring
*229 .F4flia;;Fr. acaoutis.
ite theAriiig AWA'Clation of age Maw. Oharitabie
Keck* haodation, 1860,
DOSSES. CHICKEAIN ez BONG
171373 MED Ts.
GRAND, SEMPGRAND,' & SQUARE ;RIATWORTEB;
Am= ONLY YENbLION i
A SILVER MEDAL,
FOR THE BEST UPRIGHT PIANOS,
W MO .
a E .
sou Amer FOE . THE SALE OF THESE PIANOS,
No. 92 .111ARINET ItAriuusinano.
rebo-de . • • • • ;
17. DOCK - J11:' E,c,q9i‘
ALWAYS SOMETHING NEW !
STILL SOMETHING WHICH HAS
THE TEST OF YEARS AND STILL
MORE AND MORE POPULAR EVERY DAY
• OTHERS SAY OF IT.
A DlstlnguLthe4 St, Louis Physician Writes
' ' Rr. Louts, July 10,1860.
• O. J. WOOD, Faq.: Dtar Sit A lle me the pleasure
and satisfaction to transmit to .you the beneficial effects
,of. your Hair Restorative, after a trial of live years. II
'Commenced using your Restorative 'ln 'January, 1855,
since which tuna I have not been without a bottle on
land. When I commenced the use, my hair was quite
thin, and at least one-third gray.- A 'few applicatlohs
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
used by applying,two or three times per month. My hair
has ever c ritizitied healthy, soft and glosey, and my
in alp perfectly free from dandruff. do - not imagine the
fats above mentioned will be; orally particular advan.
tegii to you, or everi:tlatter your vanity at this - late day,
as. I am well aware they are all known already and even
More wondeiful ones throughout the Union. I have oc
uti Pied my time In traveling the greater part of the time
this past three years, and have taken pride and pleasure
in recommending your Paste :nave ) and exhibiting ita
'effects in my G o wn case. In several Instances I have met
with-people that- have pronounced it a humbug; sayhig"
they have used It and without effect:.! - In every instance,
however, it proved, by prohing the matter, that they,
ha-t not' used your article at' all; bet had 111 , 124 some nevi
litiele said; to be. as good as yours, and•selling at about
half tliii"priCe.'" they° noticed two or three articles My
: self advertised as above, which I have no doubt are ,
humbugs. It is astonishing:that people will, patronize,
anwhole" of no reputation, when there is one at hand
that has heen proved beyond a doubt. •
Apparently some of those charitans have not brains.
enough:to. write an adVertitement 'eel: noticethey halt°
cepled yours word for word in severali nstances, merely
ierting some - other name in place of yours. '
have, within the past five years, seen and talked with
inore than two thousand porsons that have used. your_
preparatuin with• perfect encodes-4mile Poi - baldness
gray hair,. scald head, dandruffy and every disease the
scalp and head arobubjebt to.
I callectto see you personally atyour original plain) of
business here, but learned you were now living in New
You are at liberty Ur
me. communicationwith:eased. to me, Ole box No.
P9D1194 IWO or refer purlieu to
1,920, - rill be promptly answered. •
JAMES Warm, M. D.
, Srmos, perry Co., Pa., June 7, 1860.
Prof. WOOD; Dear Slit —I was induced more than
year t ago to - try your :valuable Hatt Restorative !for th
purpose of, cleansing my bead of,dandiuff. I had suffered
whit it upon my, head for yeare,' and had never teen able
higotanything to do me any `Nod in removing 11, al
:though I had tried many preparations, until I saw your
ad ver ti se m en t In a ' , Harrisburg paper. - .Being Giere'sit
'theitline, I called at Gross & Kunkle's drug More, and.
bought it bottle; and now Am prepared to recommend it
to no Menai use, : for it has completely; removedall dand
'ruff from my head, and an application once in two weeks
keeps it free from any itching or other unpleasantnese.
I must oho. State that my hair bad become quite
In places, - ono, - by - the use of yOur Preparation, has been
restored to its original color. lam now b 0 years of age,
and. although I have used two bottles of the ;Restorative,
no one has any knowledge Of it, l'allciw a fear gray
hairs.to remain In order,to. have my - appearance conr
fart with my age. My head' is now of less trouble to me
in keeping it; clean, so,, than at any time 'sinho I have
.been a child. I consider your preparation of great vaittis,
and, although 1 do not tike to expose myself, I consider It
my duty to db so. _Yon can use thin or any !part of it Ia
any Shape you think proper, if it to worth any thing to
• • ButionnveroN; 1nd.,1n1y . 30, 1.859.
Baas Sts: I here send you a sta t ement thqt I think
yoa ala'eliiitled to the bet:ent of. I am a resident of
Blosmlngton, and have been here for over thirty years.
'nun now over fifty years of age For about twenty years
past atic hair hat been .tarning conSiderably gray, and
was almost entirely white and very stiff and nnpiiant.p I
bad seen ii 'number of terttfLeateS'of'tlie Veik'isaindertul
effect of your .11.air•Itestorative but supposed - .there was
more fiction - than truth in thetni but entertaining a strong,
desire, to have mphair, irpoSsible!, restored to its Orlgi
nal Color and fineness, as it Waif. in .my younger, days,
beattiful black, I concluded I would make the Ottani
merit 'commencing in a small may. I Purchased' one of
youi 'OMB bottles,: at one dollar, and coleimeneeditsilig,.
following directions as nearly as I eoult.L'. , _ seonldiSeev
ered the. iandruff removed, andiny hair, thatwas falling
°Min large quantities, was considepply tightened' and a
radtcal change taking„plaeein the color: F have .ItAintin
ued to uiedt, tilll have used threenf your tniallthottles
and. just begun on the fourth. have now as,pretty a
head;of.dark :brownor,ligkt r black hair, as: auk man or
as : l;had' 1n my yekttilful daytt,ivlien"' a bokin the hi& , of
Western Virginia. My head is entirely'clear of dendrite;
and tho hulrnouseil entirely. felling (Wand is as:solt and
fine, and feelslll9 eilb.st4 though' It. was just - front the
handkofiarenotiohanitioonef. Mitiny of my, nOciuniiitaii
ups frequently say to me ' , Butler, where did 'yon getthat
tine wig I'' , 1011 them it Nes,. the erect of your pastors,.
tiVe. ehitost convince theinthet it* is'
the original hair of the same old gray head.
Yours, truly • ; " .
Bloomington • Monroe (10. Ind. .
wows ItssTonaTtva has, nta acquired a reptiot
*bin actual teitauff experiment which 'cannot be eh.
Sluiced by newspaper puffs. In our vicinity it has been
extenalvely used, and ; webellevein eVerYndeli with every.
desired result , and received the universal endorseinent of
all - who,beive tried it. We thereforesreponnneodlit gni one
oftboSefeW nostiiiins which '.acccirciplisliss all it profess
es, and all the bald and gray could desire:-.Columbia
Y'acos. Woon's Ham Itxtrroaextvz.—ln anothiti , oolµmn
trill ',be' foand'im'advertisement of thio litiosin'and
excellent preparation for restoring gray hair:to - lin. Origi
nal dolor. The Hair Restorative also cures cutaneous
eruptions; and prevents the , huir &Ring off, Werhaire
siren many authentic testimonials in proOl of theseasaer
demi some of which are from gentlemen whim? wthawe,
known . for many years as persons of the moatrellahle
'character. Don't dye till you have tried this Reitorative.
Bagon Olive Brandt. • .
Woon's RAM liwrroastrra.—We,are not In On habiloof
puffing every new discovery, for hi,nine cases.ont ya y
they-are quack nostruina but we take great - Pleaaufe,ol,
racommendlegProfessbr Wood's article to all whoselniii
is &king off or turning gray. Our well known. Outtlbe.
tor, Fhtie94. ol /Paon'l - Psb , has exParhulefid the.beneatot
its applisation,Andfoins with us la speaking . .3f lte ,yirines.
. - .170tt , alt try it, and bald heads will _he as rare.as BMW': In
WOon'a Eint..loWronarms."-llnlike moat specifics, . t
Is Provad; by nitiespis , ctiabbfeildesee; postsesS great -
etilwicy as a react:trot therhair to pristine vigor/ MUM
the head bad become almost bald becaustoLpipirraisa,
tlymiss of this article...bats produced a beautiful grotrth,cf
thick, 'glossy hair. It Is therefbre at"taltnibla - prdparit;
tion for all classes. Its Ingredients are sifehliele &eau
ast ;eradicates; dandruff And,atheriimpiiritiesi which
operate sci•tnjurimisly to the 111*i It also, We : malty°
'properties of another, fieseription: In many oases ; papa-,
pies and other disfigurentents of the'skiadimppeir'ither
eferfit Is used. There is no hazard attaching to the hid
his remedy; and Its etThcts Pan 0 4 1 rb.e: benedotali ad
the compoundif iLsinett- not 'muss a mrnifeet : improve , :
mad, is incapable of doing bardi, - an its component ;de- .
*eras are perfectly innocuous.—Bctfirue Transcript; Apra
A ogsuuts our canatity as conductor or a.
public journal,' we are called uponio aditertise the'titirev
ails a theday, each of.which claims tolia-unadulteraie4
its eOmposition and'lWltllibie in hi curtitiVe erects,
Withrwhat justice we leave Mir readersto dmprialne. Pt
One instance, however—Prot Wood's Haig Eastorativg.
- , ve are so well assured of the notable qtalitiali cot Cis'
article, that we give it our indorsement as alUthat Ustn!
venter and vender claim it tcktie, Its abet upon a failing
head of hair is universally known to` be magical. .Like
lime or guano on exhausted kidd,'it brtoisits crop
ever. applied. Our own thatch la feitunstelY very heal
thy, ; but we advise. our friends' livlth — tiparseiy-growing
Lair to:try theMesterative,thissithis .
An Egg DYES ,AILLYDONID,•Tfrord's Great Article has
'taken t h e preder..-Profeasee Wood stands 'Man elniaa tide'
no chemist, whose.attention has beep turned‘to invehting ;
a hair tonic, has ever before reached....l3ii 'faitie is sod.
den but yorld.wide, and thousands who have worn wigs
or been baldlot years are'tiow, through 'the Use Of - his
PrePargldl? - Wttarilig - their. own, Paterai and
headlieverlng. . So much for chemistry, the chemistry
• tif iMmanlifei andthe iaws whioli:apply to the Curtailer's ,
of the system. Prof.'Wood studied out the human
ite,pharactet, Its properties: and •dlsiiiseo, -and lin* to
store the decaying vitality tothat 'Ornament ;le saw;es•
in his own case, that gray hair is unnatural . unless the
age cifitte haereached font store, and he' be.
lleVell, that the twit could, be naturally, rev i ttozeft. , He
,tried, his own - case—Shim bald and Unite gray, at the
age' isf tilirty.se yen—he testheed his own Itor" tu
strength and luxuriance, and the article he dld ; it with_
he- gave to the world. Oat WOuti', !UM RESTOiIi- -
'AWE, and tate nothies,elpe.—.NewXork Darliook• :
. • . - MAC P 0 T-13
No 44 , Broadway,few:X4mAc p lind pl.,
- - Market istkeet; SC Lents; Dup.
dlreilaitoic t biteia al.)oFinit aino:;ithirat.lBk
To the Oitizeng of New Jersaw and
Apothecaries, Druggists, Grocers and
Wotrys Pure. Cognac israndy. •
Welfeis Pure Maderia , Sherry anti Perk
Wolle , a Pure Jamaica and $B. Croix Rum
Wolfe's Paire *Scotith 'end Irish Whisky.
ALL IN BOTTLES.
I beg leave to call the attention of the citizens of the .
United States to' the kbOve Wonsan& JAMMU; imported
by lldelphe Wblfe, of New:York, whose name is fami
liar in every part, or this conht.7, for the ,purity of hie
celebrated SCruznak .Smuserra.hir, Wolfe,, hi his letter
to me, speaking or the purity - othis'Wstiza and LIQI7O/4,
says : willatakei rePutatlith as it man, ins' stand
ing es a merchant of thirty lean' resildence . the City
of New York, that all the Ewan and:.Wilguifirldok
bottle are pure ki iniforted,and of the best fina'lltY, and
can be relied upon by every purchaser." , Eilery bottle
has the proprietor's nazde on the visit,' and it Ste simile
of his signature on ;the certi fi cate. ; ;The ,publiclare. re-,
spectfullY invitedzo call and examine for themaelves.--
For sale atletail by ell apothecaries . and Groceri . in
Philadelphia. • • GEottem mi•wsuroN, •
No. 832 market lit „"Philatitiphiti
Sole agentfer, Philadelphia.
. fh3ad the foilowhig Ironi the New York Courier :
F,X0311101:1K . BuSerass rag 000 Nnw YORK /ARRORINT.—
We are happy - tO inforni our fellow-citizatis tliat tnere is
one place in our city 4here .the Physidian , :apbthea,
and country merchant, can go and purchase pure:Wipes
and/140ms, as pnreas Imported, wd rd! the beet teellt#: .
We'. do withstand to give an eiabOrabi description of this
nisrchant , s'iirtensive busineee;eathougltit will well fe•
pay any stfamgerercitizenjo vieiST.Tdolpirp:Wejliesen
teneire Warehouse, hips. 18.. 20
.and. 22 Seaver. Street!.
and Nas::ll, - )9'ittid 24' Mark etficld street. -liiir.goak
Schthippe-loff handfready for-rshiptnint could 'not :have
beeirflmatimithhlrty thousand 'eases th e Brandh.some
ten , thousand vase - Vintages of 1880 to 1866;' , ,and ten
thousand .cases, Madeira * Aheify, and, 'Von Wine,
geoteh'mal and St: Croix Ham
adMozyery.nld!and etpialto anyla thiit (*entry. - He also
had thrceflurge cellarei.tilleittvith Wendt :Wide, sm, in
caski,.under ;Custom-Holm eJtey,. ready for both ling. Mr.
•WOlfa's tialea' . 6rhclinitpo last "year, amounted to one
hundral and eighty thoutand''dozen, and.we hope in lent
than "two +years he may be cannily successful with hiS
Brrislica and Wthtto. '
nii_haitheas merits the patronage of every lover of his
species.' Private families; Who, wish pare Wines and
I.lquore for Medical tise`shorild send their orders direct
tO Mr. Wolfe, hrttil - exery. Apothecary - LI the land mate
up their minds to,discar& the , poisonous stuff from their
'shelves' and - Apia:l,4'A With WOlfe's Wisim unit
We understand fetr:l96lfo, for 4.hw oaconimottiilon of
stnalt hepoontrys;p Ute •Iwoortolcases.of:
WLies and .Ortioro. - .Bpch a man, annouch aioierchant,
giliottld'iie sustained akiinst ihouopia.clO•of
Ilititect Stites, WholtiltnothlOg tiut. ITOtta
dons, :sinuses , alike to. healthwind.: (human happiness.
ki 3ll-6 i7 ,014 4ik 4 it W;e4;.Pi ,l6 agent '0. 1 4.s cit.'.
DR DARIUS HANS
. , . .
'Aar ban Idea elik the ,
rith,:etore!trity. Avon.. It rrournmendedr. to Znri
1 4 1 .Wal 2 versrAti.all-kk•rtiS.
Ek'nufokf o ;:kki 0104.tieli'e, 2
• DeMlacht, - DimMtmear; ' Aland Cinn- •
• • idainis? r• D krition j •
: • - trolls**, Inkeverance....
SIIIOtSLAT.M I / 2 ikriatiik k rns,, v Bur
31.E.1)101.1e, I th ivick'id'effecta
' • 9,l; . itrlik,t6most'iLdiatruthig oiso
diley. .ociropiainte; arid 411: other. derange ' ant • of the
Baaaaa4l4 aßkkaWeat,7 l uifineeoY:PlikWar•
It ,willhulk •pitly revive Mil moat ...knelapo ly ane
droopiiiespliithciuld rektorelhe weak, nervous :"
IVi to hikeltli,:iteength hod vigor- • • • -
Perrone who, freonithoinjudicionn •tiiko of liquors, have
beeppao dejected,: and their ,nervous taystepxyy chattered,
onetitutionelikohett d4Win and enpqt ; to. that horrible
.cureo•ler- Ver.inwrie l'imarkrot, Will; almost
unmedidety% feet:the end ht.aliby litylgorothir
WRAP. IT:. .DO, , •
liera.reale,wine glara fall,as. often as ner.ewe i f . r.-y
Quo doeh iilll34,gpkrits. • .
One Sage will ,
TilreiA. o l l3 d'l4 l .llCUriandlgtgltibtC
OtH? . 3
Good Appetite.' .
One dose will 6311111 e Wetreedeg .1:Ors of Avsp,eywa'.
one'dose will remove the ' itidiehleeftAlhdiAlsdgre-bld
'effeikhikif Lind' ad saou titS etlithetti
recenreettul linigOdttot Spnititrthe dietrinethk lestd;
all Nam feelkupso9lberrtpeved., • - •
• one, 'bib will. rem o v e Ilia t either in the kteleichfoi,libvrele.2 , •
. 7 -r • • -
iofeweleitell*llt.retative kill tbgtinetiontaliihdßidtiey;
Bkeddellor Errittaolorgans. ,
OoniAllihate 'ateisepieireliee'd" relief bpi - 44%30'6r two,
feel the evil eta:o4l)**omila 11061141 k toibleaf itendl
aohesi:o o o4 3o, ' st:BibudtstO week:doss; -11xidinesei Aux,•
will fln!lioxie dcefelegil,yeeckoye ,bad,t9Nings..
44 the*: of'Weak OhillkdiafOCiatitiktg 'lljasfe. 44 take the
•Invigoittiftiestetat=thieeiiiiftee' f r 4141 It • trlvio theta
• strotlifhOldthr ellZßOtteetione: ider
Irregqipaitlealromi ateapeosummogansi ;gal testorettitc
bloopa of liil/Ith and,tea u i.z. to pe.serewoyAgsee,
Ddrin gr prepand: wID tie fee m ejt en'itvelx,Oje
AU the proprietor ttekalff a 61'11,41111 to inatetithat, he
has tnft.V . ttialn.Y l 44l:o l 4B: 4. • - fin' - Ofk
Gene Pep9t; 48 itaier etteet;4l:l":
Whobeeale AgeW Pbtliaehibliay D zrOTT; -le CO. and
•roe Salem Harriehurif by•A Atairtait,U •lir Oros*
Co. *0 0 .•
• t'iStIONABLE-01,0 INGI f`
a 1 r . . • :1
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, . • 1
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A impart) sfixit, of 'the French, English and aniailcan
CLOT )i i: • ; • ,
- ' i. " O ABB.IMEREer, d• .
For CERatill.cuilnfrr.itaile;rietth annnapproachatdei
"rt*iii . 4 4 A! A PF!"" 1 .9 1442 F 2 i! 4 4. 4°Wed
1 I,lfirtout ONE PRICE is asked, and at GIFT of intrinsic •
worth and presented with each article sold.
Particular attention paid to the Customer department,
`andn garments made andsent to order to any address.
In!ina crating, thisl new 1 -"aystelit ;of doing: twine's
4 3 . ..STOKE& would Impress on :tha minds oi
*Le gairmat of lill'estahlislinient; that, Cast Of the'gin
His immensely increasing talcs enabling him
to, 44tIllitioliberiliSyind attlni'kaine time to realties')
• all articles guaranteed iogiveenUrilsiitisfacticat:
• • .
9 NE'P 014.0 Ettli.lss ITT
CO•_ CHESTNUT .FEBEfiN...';
°c s. l ßln/4 r—dßiall'Att
NOTICE- • TO. CONS OF,LCOAL.
and. certill6C RENIKA, OR IMIGHTS
END, 31-PASTMER •
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ZateritVil Oart#,'44l theip psrb'c gycorro 0 . 4 X,
tagrefolip4 ikeozerdliigla laiv: • •
Li FREDERICHARACI; •
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JUST RECEIVE D
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-, :4OIrELPENS : • -
?AP NEWTON'S lorminiT Bagley'sl
._durable and fit; cheap ac
m w ar o k i W l r e ' , wit Uga s. tqleatillG.°M tend' R ef . any .
--"-'l-c,..l33o ll ,&l ll :•:ludommagr,isi
a Marker Outfit.)
-As discovered the most certain, speedy
J_ and effectual remedy in the world for
DISEASES OF IMPRUDENCE.
RELIB7 IB SIX TO TWTLVZ BOOBS.
No Mercury or Noxious Drags
im-A C 1721 W
on No Casimir, m mow ONR TO
Weakness of the Back or ,Limbs, ''.!riettireil,,Painil la
the Loins, Affections of the Kidneys and Bladder, Organic
Weakness, Nervous Debility, Decay of the Physical Pow
ers, Dyspepsia, languor, Low Spirits, Confusion ofcldeaa,.
Palillation of the Wart, Timidity Tremblings, Dimness
of Sight er Giddiness, Disease of the Stinpach, Affections
of the Head, Throat, Mae or kkia—tbose terrible disor
ders arising from the indiscretkin or Solitary Habits of
Youth—thole dreadful and destructive practises which
produce constitutional debility, render 'marriage impos
sible, and destroy koth body and mind.
Young men especially who have become the victims of
solitary Vice, that dreadful and desbuctive habit which
annually sweeps to an untimely grave' thousands of
young men of the moat exalted talent and brilliant
lect, who might otherwise have entranced listening
Senates with the thunders of eloquence, or waked to ec.
tasy the living lyre, may call whir fa confidence.
Married persona, or those contemplating marriage, be
leg aware of physical weakoms, should Immediately con
emit Dr, J., and be restored to perfect health.
inimediatdy cured and figU. sijorrestored
lie who places himself under the care of Dr. J., may
religiously confide in his honor as &gentleman, and con,
ildently rely upon his skill as a physician.
garaffice No. 7 South Frederick. street, Baltimore.
ltd., on the left hand side going from Baltimore street, 7
doors from the corner. Be particular in observing the
Leine or number, or you will mistake the place. Be par
ticular for Ignorant; @mkt, with false names,
or .Pezi&p.anntbirg Cartifrortes, attracted by- the reputa
tion of Dr. Johnson, lurk near.
Ali letters must contain a Postage Stamp, to Wm on the
Dr. Johnson member of the Royal College of Eturgoons,
London, graduate from one of the meat eminent Colleges
of the United. States, and the greatest part of whose life
'hag been spent in the Hospitals bf Emden, Paris, Phila
delphia and elsewhere, has effected some of the most as
tonishhig cures that were ever known., , Many troubled
With ringing In the ears and head whin asleep, great ner
volisnors, being alarmed'at sudden sdunds, Wishfulness,
with frequent blushing, attended sometimes with derange !
meat of mind were cured Immediately,
STAKE PARTICULAR AOTICE.
Dr. J. addresses all those who having injured them
selves by private and improper indulgencles, that secret
and solitary habit which ruins both body and mind, un
*Ging them for either business orsociety.
These are some of the sad and melancholy, effects•pro-.
limed by early habits of youth, viz Weakness of the
Back and Limbs, Pains in' the Head, Dimness' of 'Wit;
Loss of Mus/ular, Power, Palpitatitin of: the tifeart,.Dye..,
pepsia, Nervous Irritability, Derangement of the. Digestive
Trinctions, General Debility, Symptoms .Of Cozuntuiri.. —
tien, Bic. • , •
. :MENIALLY, the fearlbl effects on the Mind 8> 9 ranch to
be dreaded--Loss of Memory, Confusion of Ide l se„De•
ptession of Spirits, Evil Forebodings, Aversion
Self-distrust, Love of Solitude, Timidity, &4i.,are Some
°Ube evil effects.
_ Thousands , of persons of all ages, can now j udge what
lit the oans. of their ileelino In •healtti. Whig tl3eir•ilt s ror,
'beconnwg wasic,'pale,nervous emaciated, *ye
stiigalar appearance - abont the byge, - Cough, - and Frymp
, ttm of conaumptlon. ; , tor :
• ; • 1 -,YOVhlfl ,
who have injured themselves by a certiin prachne, in
juiced iu when alone—a. habit - fret&iitif-leartied",. - frein
il zomroulemo, or, at school, the dregs of , utalehritre
Meal); felt, even when asledp, and if not cured, renders
marriage impossible, and destroys both mind - and body,
.shouldupply immediately. •
What a pity that a young man, the hopes otitis' cons:
try, the darling of his parents, should-be-snatched from
all prospects and enjoyments of life by tliti consigner:Cs
of deviating from the path of nature, and indulging : in a
-vermin secret habit. Suctrperne must, before contem
.elfeet that a Sound mind•and body ar<the-ipost neceasau
Tequiittes to „promote connubial happinega. In4eed
without these, the journey through life herierdelia *eery -
pligrimag% the prospect howls, darkPart- 14 _ k 4 te
mind becomes shadowed with despair , and led &the
melancholy reliectirin that the happiness of :another Ate
coniechtighted with our own, .
?OlTh SON'S INVIGORATING Flglngpt FOR OB
'py ihbl great and imitortant.remedy, Weakness of the
llrgani3 are speedily chred, and full vigor reettired:
- .thousands of the moat *arms agiVdebilltadieti#lo ,
hid lost unitive, have been immediately relieved. All
'ipedinioots to Maitiage, - PhylkienVer - Idditid loitlig ..
, eliSpu, Nervous, Trembling, Weakness or ,-, l 4340 Or `
the most fearful kind, speedily Cured. r ,
TO STRANG - RFD — .
Pm many thousancishured at this instbstkerentnittil , „
hitt tirelve, years, and the numerous important Bunk*
'oPisiditalis performed by Dr. 3. witnessed `redid re-"'
iporferselithe papers, • and many Other persons, faetioes - 41.
t/srhith have appeared sin and.again before the publie„ . „ ..
r aesideOhis , ttandifig. a/ a gentian:at% ercharacterJandred
is a suftloient guarantee to the afflicted.
spliffAffEff IIIiPRUDENOE.—'When the 'MI* . iided -
aindkriprojent votary of, pleasure thadethe has:lmbibe& .1.
f the . peed of this painful disease, it toe.often happens that
„illlfititiA. sense of ehamo er'dread-of dikovery &tins
hi4efrom applying to those who, fi'onlintileation-apd.re7
repo:debility can alone befriend hint, delayiniittil,the
dnituttonal - symptemdei this :horrid diaetie their
appearanee, Mfacting the head, throat, nose„,alsta g a,
Fogies - sing on - with frightful rapidity, till death' Audi a •
periollitdpie dreadful miderings breending-hisr,to mimeo
:bourne from whence no traveler. returns." It is a mei
.anchely fact that thOusatide fall Victims to Ibis terrible" ,
dieeise, owing to the unakilfulnesii•of:ignorant pretend
ers, iwito, by the, use of that deadly poison,.
the etnistitntion'aud make the residue bf life"
office Braesonits.--The Doctors. Diplomas:'hang W.)* •-;
` er4j - Letters must Domain a &imp GAO thifreply.. '
/Mrltemedles senthyldall. ,
' 7 Simai'Vrtiderlok street; Deitteettre. • s
-r 14-davily. • • .t. • - • •
'MRS. ' l gtt l faritlVV,
An mpg . riellep4 Rims and FermilePhyalekEu4 present* to.
the attention of -mothers her . , . .
For Children Tepthilltg,
greatly . feellitates the Process 'et Oettdeg, SCP
emit` tie gume,reduChig all Intlinunatletietilallay
PAIN, and spasmodic twtion, and to L•
• t SITEE ;TO
Dopond anon it,inothers_tt - will give - rest toourserge
AND, •EELIEB t AND' HEALTH TO .EOIIit3IbrEANTE
We have pat up -and-seddtials .:artialet,for, Itee.
years, and not air, ocutmosnon,Ann ppi
have never been able tossy of anY,Mher_Mm,whak- edtethe.ne;-
'NEVER HAS ' IT FAILED, LI A SINGLikIIMANONIO'
11FRECTR A 'MA, When timely used- ' , Never. didi , we , ..
know _an illatan,Cp Of dissatisfaction by, any one whAtriteekier
It. the Contrary, all are delighted with Ila. , .Agslair.
:gone, and speak in terms of highest comet t4ittatfoLe.ed ,
,its nearnal , • ' , effects antV medical 'Virtues : - speak h
thhi *mat ter ma tie Imo :ratter . ten yeang•cape,
rienes, axe maws aurort2mx POl Zia ,FPRINAM,
r EMI. DICLAIIIL 11l abnciet evqry jigstoo*:
whe the Infant 18 &uttering rrompednand exhaltglibti;'re4."'
lief. - he thund in fifteen or twenty minutea••after tbti
airtMleatlndMatered• . • : •
This • valuable preparation is the esoripton.„ •
of the EXPERIENCED and la <
Neal England, aid has bees used ' with ifliana *Ante:
, THOUSANDS OIT OAK S& 4,..1
IS ?Set only relieves the child rrisa•,Ridi f out hrilig•
orates the stomach and boards; corrects , acidity 'end
gives tone and - energy to the whole eystein. -, 'Ts wi ll al
--; ‘64 !INA DT • . THE -BOW *O,- OD , IND OOLlil t . •
and overcome coevelaleno, Whlgh if n°4 , Ki4 4l3 kßit
dreg, end hi death. We believe It the nadr,' - a . " .
=or isr ran woa_to, in all cases or D c y , D
DB.IINHINA- IN USI UDSES,-vrimeher-..it arises from
teething or from any- other , cense. .We . Would o#Y. to
-.every mother.wholtas a third saireirst -Winn-Say oPthe
foregoing cemplalats—no Nor tar TOO 4 ritalittaolgo, *OR
tfra . Pßlrti l aigN• Of JOiliorsa, iitand' bettreer Lou and your
'sigretingabild endthe relief that tel4tb.e:Sti4.E.-ryet, Ali
-SOLUTELY SUES-..t0 followfor ce or this - mOmino,
Al, thaely;used; 'Pull directio -1/2;M idDa*stiry
,ei4icb a ottle. , Nona genuine itillesa ~ t hci,,facsidmile et
di PERITINS,Nea , York, ia be the otittddo writmer.
'''' irir-iby.Tir egging! throughout the vriirltii:.-3,4
PrineMat , l42s,343, b1ii,4,13 Cedar St., Now:l:elk...,
Price 'oily 25 Cents** Wattl,- ,:, '
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