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Frittay Afternoon, August 2, 1861.
A STATED MEETING of the Washington Hose
Company will be held at the hose house this
(Friday) evening at 8 o'clock. Punctual at
tendance is required.
Tiu Iligiox PRAYER MEETING will be held in
the Presbyterian Church, corner of Market
square, to-morrow (Saturday) afternoon, com
mencing at four o'clock, as usual.
PASSAGE OP ARTILLERY.- A number of cannon
and caissons, ambulances, etc., have passed over
the Northern Central Railroad, within a few
days, to Washington, where all the available
batteries in this State are to be concentrated as
rapidly as they can be transported.
ARRESTED o Two CHARGES.—A woman nam
ed Leah Felix was arrested yesterday afternoon,
by Officer Cole, for keeping a disorderly house
in Verbeketown, and also for stealing a medal
lion valued at twenty-five dollars. Alderman
McFarlane, of the sixth ward, committed her
DEGREE CONFERRED.-At the late commence
ment of the Frankat and Marshal College, in
the city of Lancaster, the degree of Master of
Arts was conferred upon our fellow citizen
Joshua M. Wiestling, Esq., a graduate of the
institution. A well merited compliment.
MASI STABBED. —A row occurred yesterday
afternoon at the Bull's Head tavern, near the
upper winding bridge, among a party of drunk
en soldiers, one of whom was subbed in the
leg with a bayonet. As the "special" police do
not circulate in the suburban districts of the
city, no arrests were made.
WASHINGTON RIFLES.—The people of Lykens
town have made arrangements to honor the
members of this company with a public recep
tion on their return home. The Rifles were
among the first in this section of the State to
rally in defence of the country, and behaved
like gentlemen and true soldiers during their
three months' service, doing credit to them
selves and the county. The "boys" richly
deserve an enthusiastic public welcome. The
company left for home this morning.
THE NEW ARTILLERY REGLUENT.—The First
Artillery Reserve Regiment of Pennsylvania,
now in Camp Curtin, has been organized by the
election of the following field officers : Colonel
—Richard Henry Rush, of Philadelphia. Lieut.
Colonel—Charles T. Campbell, of Chambers
burg. Senior Major—Altred E. Lewis, of York.
Junior Major—H. T. Danforth, of Pittsburg.
This new regiment, which is now supplied with
effective batteries, will aoon proceed to the seat
of war at Washington.
SURGEONS FOR PENNSYLVANIA REGIMENTS. --
Among the last acts of our recent Legislature
was one removing the power of app,,inting
Surgeons from the Colonels of regiments, and
requiring all candidates for this important post
to be examined by the Surgeon General and a
Board of Examiners, their professional qualifi
cations being reported to the Governor in the
order of merit. Under this law, all the regi
mental Surgeons of the Pennsylvania reserve
volunteer corps have been examined and ap
pointed, and we are pleased to learn that the
ssme course is to be pursued hereafter in regard
to all other regiments. In order to supply the
ten regiments demanded in the last requisition
of the President, a Medical Board convenes at
Harrisburg on Tuesday next, at nine o'clock,
A. M., in the House of Representatives.
SOLDIERS ROBBED.—The pickpockets have op
erated extensively and successfully among the
paid-off soldiers for several days past, robbing
many of them of their hard-earned money.
We heard of numerous instances of pocket
picking on the streets yesterday afternoon; and
last night a number of inebriated volunteers,
while "lying around loose" on door steps and
in the Capitol grounds, were robbed of their
entire three months' pay, and are now as desti
tute as when they arrived in this city. An
Officer, whose name we did not learn, lost a
pocket book containing between one and two
hundred dollars. It was taken while he stood
on the street surrounded by a crowd of excited
men clamoring for their pay. Most of these
robberies were perpetrated by professional
"knucks," disguised as soldiers, who have been
bobbing around since the payment of the sol
diers ,commenced, on the look-out for victims.
It is safe to say that hundreds of dollars have
been stolen from volunteers within the last
week; and we feel but little sympathy for those
who get drunk and lie down on the street with
money in their pockets.
Tun EFFECT OF THE WAR UPON THE Boys.
That was a narrow philosophy which inferred
from war no results but evil, for in the econo
my of society it so happens that the sternest
virtues arise out of vice. To note a normal
effect of the struggle, we have but to remark
the s irring up of the youth of the land in con
sequence of the great military movements
around us. The boys were fast degenerating
under the old regime of peace. Their rivalries
had little of the physical in them, and, in pliice
of the activity and daring of a former time, we
had the contests of embryo speculators, book
keepers and writers. In other words, we were
growing as artificial as possible, and the ener
vating influences of peace had extended even
to the stertile hills and mountains. But the
war has awakened a better ambition, and tem
pered with mental a bodily education. The
young men are familiarizing themselves with
the musket, and undergoing the fatigues of
drill and encampment. Throughout the town
we see the children parading. Books for the
time are laid aside, and if the fight goes on a
few years, we may see infused into the organi
zation of our sueifty a hardy, inflexible courage,
which will go far to reclaim the North from its
libelled cowardice, and make the people equal
for all purposes of aggressive and defensive war.
Let the war go on.
NEW COMPANY.—We learn that first Lieuten
ant John A. Rodgers ; of companyß. of-the late
tenth regiment, has been tendered the command
of and is now engaged in filling up a Lancaster
county company, to be attached to Col. Joseph
F. Knipe's regiment, under the late requisi
tion for ten new regiments.
REORGANIZATION OF A REGIMENT. —We learn
that since the arrival of the eleventh regiment
in Harrisburg it has been reorganized and ten
dered to the government for the war. Lieut.
Colonel Richard Coulter was chosen Colonel,
Major Wm D. Ernest, of this city, Lieutenant
Colonel, and F. E. Embick, of Williamsport,
Adjutant. The companies will go home to re
cruit, and return to*Harrisburg as soon as they
can be filled up and reorganized. •
No JUBILEE TEM YEAR. —For several years
past the colored people of this city have regu
larly celebrated the anniversary of the West
India Emancipation, which occurrs on the first
of August, by a grand public parade and other
jubilant demonstrations. This year the day
was permitted to pass by unhonored by any
public jubilee. A picnic party was substituted
for the usual parade and display, and we have
no doubt our colored friends enjoyed them
selves immensely in the woods yesterday.
FATAL RAILROAD ACCIDENT.-.A. man whose
name has not reached us, was run over near
Altoona by the express train, the other day,
and almost instantly killed. He was walking
on the track at the time, and was not disc P 7 -,
ered by the engineer until the train was right
upon him. His head was crushed to a pulp,
and his body frightfully mangled. The train
was stopped, and the deceased picked up, but
he was then beyond the reach of human aid,
and he died in a few minutes. It was thought
that he was intoxicated, otherwise he would
scarcely have remained on the track, but of this
there is no proof. The body was taken to Al
COMMENDABLE.—We take pleasure in referring
to the fact that while most of the liquor dealers
in our city promptly took advantage of the re
vocation of the Mayor's order to re-open their
bars and resume the indiscriminate sale of liquid
poison, thereby causing disorder and riot, and
endangering the lives and property of our citi
zens, Col. John H. Brant continues to keep his
hotel closed and permits no one to enter. We
notice that the extensive liquor store of Col.
JOhn H. Ziegler, in Market street, is also closed
and business entirely suspended. The course
of these gentlemen is worthy of the highest
commendation, and we feel justified in tender
ing them the thanks of all law-and-order-loving
STORMING OF A DEN.—A few days ago we no
ticed the storming of a den in the rear of the
Capitol by a party of soldiers, the destruction
of the furniture, and the forcible ejectment of the
female occupants. The house was subsequently
converted into a barracks by the soldiers and is
now used for that purpose. It is currently
rumored that the proprietress of a rival institu
tion in North street, disguised in male apparel,
led the storming party to the attack on Fort
Allen, and took an active part in demolishing
the furniture. What action will be taken by
the owner of the damaged tenement remains
to be seen. Whe hear it intimated that the
late patrons of the dismantled fort contemplate
retaliatory measures, and are making prepara
tions for au attack upon and general demoli
tion of the North street institution.
CAUSE AND EFFECT.—The injunction upon the
taverns and beer shops was removed yesterday,
and whisky and lager again flows in continuous
streams. As a natural consequence the city
was overrun with drunken soldiers last night,
who kept up their bacchanalian revels until a
late hour, to the alarm and annoyance of citi
zens. Riotous demonstrations occurred in va
rious localities ; free fights were the order of the
night ; and pickpockets, taking advantage of
the inebriated condition of the soldiers, robbed
them with impunity. Private houses were in
vaded by squads of drunken ruffians, and fami
lies grossly insulted and threatened with per
sonal injury. Had the grog shops been kept
closed for the balance of the week, in accordance
with the almost unanimous desire of our citi
zens, this disorderly state of affairs would have
ACCIDENT AND DEATH FROM THE PREMATURE
EXPLOSION OF A CANNON. —On the occasion of
the return of the York volunteers, a few days
ago, a terrible accident occurred from the pre
mature explosion of a cannon, during the fir
ing of a salute. Two young men who were en
gaged in ramming home the charge at the time
of the explosion were horribly disfigured, while
a third who was standing over the touch hole
had his face terribly burned. The gun was
pointed in an eastern direction, elevated in a
somewhat horizontal position, and the rammer
was thrown clear across to the station house at
the depot, a distance of about a quarter of a
mile, and in its descent struck an old gentle
man named John Fisher in the head, who was
standing in the crowd congregated at that point
awaiting the arrival of the troops, and almost
instantly killed. The old gentleman was taken
to an adjoining building, where he died in ten
or fifteen minutes afterwards.
PIIGILISTIC.—In our last issue we noticed a
beastly exhibition of pugilistic skill between a
Welchman and Irishman, which occurred in
State street on Wednesday evening, and result
ed in what the "fancy" term a "drawn fight."
The friends of the rival pugilists insisted upon
a repetition of the "mill," which took place
last evening in an open field in the upper sec
tion of the city, and was witnessed by a large
number of spectators, mostly of the "fancy"
stripe. A ring was formed, seconds appointed,
and all the formalities usual on such occasions
strictly observed. Several rounds were fought,
in which the combatants exhibited considerable
pugilistic skill. Bets were freely offered on the
Irishman, who seemed to have the most friends;
but the Welshman proved himself the "best
man," and was declared the victor. His op
ponent left the field badly damaged. No at
tempt was made by the "special" police to stop
this brutal exhibition or to arrest the parties
concerned in it.
prunspinania fait ectegraph, irilau• Afternoon, august 2, 1861,-
THE CAMERON GUARDS will meet at the Ex
change to-morrow morning at eight o'clock. A
full and punctual attendance is desired.
PUBLIC INDECENOY.-A drunken soldier named
)hn Kern was arrested by Mr. James Lewis
this morning for acts of public indecency and
insulting women. Alderman Kline sent him to
WOOD Burtnno.—Some days ago the sparks
from the fast freight set fire to a lot of wood
on the . Pennsylvania Railroad, between Deny
and St. Clair station, and before it could be
quenched, consumed from one hundred to one
hundred and twenty-five cords.
Byrum or 'MINNKs. —The officers end privates
of Company F, eleventh regiment, who have
been quartered in the Exchange for some time,
beg leave to return their sincere thanks to Mrs.
A. J. Herr and Sheriff Boas for the many kind •
nesses shown them in cooking their rations,
&c. They will be gratefully remembered.
ASSAULT AND BATTERY.-A son of the green
isle, named James O'Bryan, who had been in
dulging freely in fighting whisky, and felt like
whipping all creation, assaulted John W. Chro
nister and pitched into him somewhat roughly.
Officer Fleck captured the pugilistic Irishman
and introduced him to Alderman Kline, who
committed him to prison for trial.
A SHARP Donon.—A fellow named Albert
Perham stopped at the State Capital Hotel re
cently, and deposited with the proprietor a bar
rel of maple sugar in payment of his board.
After "splurging" here for a few days, the fellow
suddenly disappeared, taking with him the bar
rel of sugar, which he managed to get re-pos
session of, and leaving the landlord "minus"
the pay for his entertainment. We give the
rascal the benefit of this gratuitous notice, and
caution other landlords to be on the look-out
TbIiRIBLE RAILROAD ACCIDENT ONE MAN
KILLED.—A terrible accident occurred on the
Ptnnsylvania Railroad at a place called Mans
punk, near ll'Veytown, yesterday morning.
The passenger train, with two locomotives at
tached, which left here at three o'clock, ran off
the track at the place named, one of the loco
motives going down a steep embankment and
the other in an opposite direction. Both were
entirely demolished and seven cars smashed up.
One fireman was severely scalded and the bag
gage master slightly injured. A soldier, stand
ing on the bumper of a car, was instantly killed,
another had his nose cut off, and several were
bruised and otherwise injured. We did not
learn the cause of the run off.
AN EXPENSIVE Joe.—Last evening an officer
of one of the returning companies charged a
personal friend, a member of the medical pro
fession, with robbing him of a twenty dollar
gold piece, and made oath before Alderman
Kline to that effect. It appears that the officer
had a large amount of gold and silver coin upon
a table in a room of his hotel, and the Doctor,
by way of a "joke," as he alleged, grabbed a
handful of the glittering coins off the table, but
immediately restored them. Upon counting
the money the officer found a twenty dollar gold
piece missing, and charged the Doctor with
having retained it. The latter persistently de
nied the charge, which led , to the information
before Alderman Kline. The Doctor finally
consented to pay the officer twenty dollars, by
way of compr.mLe, when the case was dis
missed. Rather a serious and expensive "joke"
for the disciple of Esculapius.
&NM WISCONSIN Rsontiair.- 7 This fine regi
ment, numbering one thousand and sixty-two
rank and file, reached here by the Pennsylvania
Railroad from Madison, Wisconsin, on the 20th
tilt. and went into camp on the premises of
Messrs. Bates & Hummel, between the railroad
and canal, about two miles from the railroad
station and east of Camp Curtin. The following
is the list of the regimental officers : Colonel
—L. Cutler. Lieutenant Colonel—J. P. At
wood. Major—B. J. Sweet. Adjutant—F. A.
Haskill. Quarter Master—l. N. Mason. Sur
geon—C. B. Chapman. Chaplain—N. A. Sta
ples. Assistant Chaplain—A. W. Preston.—
Sergeant Major—M. H. Fitch. Hospital Stew
ard—C. P. Chapman. Quarter Master Sergeant
—E P. Brooks. Commissary Sergeant—F. K.
Jenkins. Drum Major—Wm. Whaley. Adju
tant Clerk—C. S. Hill.
This regiment is under marching orders for
Harper's Ferry to join General Banks' army,
and will march as soon as conveyance for the
sick can be provided. The long march, exces
sive hot weather and the indulgence of green
fruit and greener lemonade, pies, cakes and ice
cream sold by camp followers outside of camp,
has caused many cases of diarrhoea. A few are
down with measles. A private of company E
died last night from no disease except that
caused by bad whisky. He was an old hard
drinker and the first attack of illness speedily
carried him oft, medicine being powerless on
his system. Such cases should be a caution to
all soldiers, their chances of life being greatly
lessened by such bad habits.
This regiment has now been encamped here
two days, and not a case of drunkenness has oc
curred in the regiment, although their camp is
by the side of the stock yard and tavern of Mr.
Bartlett, just outside of the city limits, not
controled by the Mayor's proclamation, and
whisky is dealt out there without stint. The
troops furnished by Wisconsin are well equipped
and clothed—are furnished with an extra As
sistant Surgeon, a man to take care of the sick
and disabled, an agent to precede each regi
ment and provide quarters, water and other
necessaries, all at the expense of the State,
the Executive being of the opinion that the
trifling expendffire requisite to supply these
things is a judicious and economical expenditure
that the soldiers are entitled to receive, and of
which they, as tax payers, pay their propor
tion. The regiment will make a full dress
parade through the city this evening about six
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(pent} can never injure. AS a sure proven ire and
CONaLTISIFTION, BRONCHITIS, INDIGESTION, DYS
PEPSIA, Lt S= OF APr'ETIT , FAINTNESS, NEK
VOUS IRRITABILITY, NEURALGIA, PALPITA
TION F IHE HEAR T, MELANCHOLY, HYPO
CHONDRIA, NIGRT SWEATS,
OW1)1E1E:it!, AND ALL THAT CLA-S OF
tiASEs 80 FEARFULLY FATAL CALLED
FEMALE WEAKNESS, AND
THERE IS NOTHING ITS EQUAL
Also, Liver Derangements or Torpidity, and Liver cem
plaints, Diseases of the Kidney, or any general derange
ment of the Urinary organs
It will hot only Lure the debility foil swing CHILLS and
FEVER, but all prevent attacks arising from Miasmalie
infidinces, and cure tho diseases at once, if already at
Travelers should have a bottle with them, as it will
infallibly prevent any deleterious consequences follow
ing upon change of climate and water.
As is prevents costiveness, strengthens the dig'stive
organs, it should be in the hands of all persode of seden
Lathes not accustomed to much ont-door exerche
should always use it.
Mothers should use it, fir it is a perfect tatted
a month or two before the final trial, she will pose the
dreadful period with perfect ease and safety.
THNKS IN NO }MUNN !IBM IT.
THE CORDAAL IS ALL WE CLAIM FOR IT I ! I
Mothers Try It
And to you we appeal, to detect the illness or decline
not only of your daugters before it be too late, but also
your sons aid husbauda, for while the former from false
delicacy, often go down to a prom iture grave, rattler
thin lot their condition be known in time, the latter are
often so mixed up wits the excitement of business, that
if it were not for you, they too, Would travel in the Farr e
downward path, until it is too late to arrest their fatal
fall. But the mother Is always vigilant, and to you we
Confidently appeal ; for we are sure your never-failing
affection will unerringly point you to PROF. H'OOD'S
RESTORATIVO CO"DiaL AND BLOOD BE alit - VAT - JR as
the remedy which should always be on hand in time of
U. J. WOOD, Proprietor, 444 Broadway, New York, and
1:4 Market Street, rt. Louie, Mo., and gold by ad geed
Druegkta. Price One olar Eer Bottle.
NAT HIT E SULPHUR SPRINGS HOTEL,
CARLISLE, Cumberland ,ounty, Pa.—The pro
prietors take pleasure in announcing that they are now
prepared to restive visitors. Persons desiring a healthy
location for the summer will find this one of' the most de
lightful places in the country. The water of these springs
cannot be surpassed for drin,ing, bathing and medicinal
purposes For information and f.fruclara addre,s
WM. H. BURROUGHS,
D. C. BURNETT,
jeib 2rn Proprietors.
DLIRRHCEA AND CHOLERA
For the cure of these distressing maladies. Agreesh
to the taste.
Every soldier slatiuld procure a bottle ut this valuable
medicine before they hike up their line at march. leo -
A. BANNYART'S, Drug Store,
HENRY 0. SHAFFER,
"MYER RANGER, Front street, second
dour above Wa In at street. All Or era cuucta ally
W Paper hung for LS cents per roll or piece. all
work warranted. ni 9.dtf
A. CHANCE FOR A BARGAIN.
TO 'close up the (*num the entire
stock o. SHOES, BODES, dte.,ilate of Oliver Be I
man, deceased, in the rooms in the Market Square, will
be Sold at private sale at COST; and the rooms wit be
rented -to the parch mer if desired. The tsrmi will be
made easy. jel7•dtf isoA- agent
THUNDER AND LIGHTNING.
11.11 E vast amount of property destroyed
1. •annually by Lightning ought .to be a warning to
property holders to secure their buildings. All orders
far Lightning Rods left at the [maim store of W. BARB,
will be attended to. Ruda put up in the latest improved
Lyle and warranted. field d
/THE ELTROPEA.N ROTEL AND RE
j. STAUBANT in Braut's City Hall Building, Harris.
uurg City, PA. Apply to JOHN 1L BRANT,
jell-d3m* On tee promises.
IRAB CIDER ! ! I—Strictly pure, spark
kJ bog and sweet—has received a Silver Medal or Di
ploolll. ut every &Ate Agr.eultural Fair since 1,056.
ale by jell-il WM. DUCK & CO.
Ftat DALE.—Oue of the best bustuess
stands in the city on reasonable terms, or leased
for thtee or fLvc years sit .ated m Market street between
Fourth and Nilth. lirnitbre on tho pre triees of
9412 m DANIZL LkEDY.
FLAGS 1 FLAGS 11
NOTE PAPEkt ANL) ENV ELOPES wit'
National designs, LaITER PaPait 'RAU a view
the oily of liarrisn d'ig, printed an:i ter sale at
at 1:4 Near die Harrisburg Bri•ize.
City Property for Sale.
A LAR TWO-STORY BR HOUSE
and lot of ground, pleasantly looit,d on Front St.,
between Mulberry street and Weabineton Avenue.
Also t WO LARGE. PIANO'S in good caftan:on and of ea
celleut tone. Apply to _ .
C. 0. MAIM MAN,
No. 28, South Second street
SUBSCRIBER has removed his
PLUMBING AND BRASS fullfiNDitY from Market
street to Fourth Arcot 4botr.: )Ikricet t odpoot tho Boihe
church. Thauktul for past patronage, he hopes, by strict
atteution to bushman, to merit a 4touttunkuce of it.
otar26.3md iVM PAIIKEtt-
VEIL t3Bf:RIBER would respectfully
inform tat: public that he ha, removed his Plumb
ing and Br ,ss Vounding establishment to No. 22 Sou th
Third street below Herr's Hotel. Ctiankful for past pat
ronage, ne hopes by strict attention to busins to merit
a continuance , or It.
apl2-dti J. JONES.
THERMOMETERS, Ornamental Mantle, Japanese Metal
THERMOMETERS, do do Bronzed do
THERMOMETERS, Distillers Tin Case, 12 inch.
THERMOIie.TERS, do Brass Bound Double Scale,
THERMoRETaIS, Union Case, 10-12 inch.
THERMOILINFILS, Metall° Frame, 8-10 inch.
THERMOMETERS, Black Walnut ase, 10 inch.
THERMOMETERS, Tin Case, 7.8 10 luau.
We have just received a line lot of THERMOAIE PE
of various styles, and are selling them low..
HELLER'S DRUG STORE,
apB 91 Market stree
SPEER'S SAMBUOI WINE,
Of Cultivated Portugal Elder.
Every Family Should Use.
SPEER'S SAMBUCI WINE.
CELEBRATED for its medical anti bone
tidal quaiths as a genuine St irm.lant, Tonic, iu
retie and SoJer!flc, highly e , teemqd by erWnent physi
cians, and 80010 of the first facwiles la Ilur.we ant
S PEE SAMBIlelf. WINhl
is not a mixture, or mannf iotured article, but is mre,
from cultivated 'ortu;al Elder recommended by ,Inem
iSt3 and Physicians as possessing medical pro ierties stt •
perior to any other iv ini , s in use, an lan except artl
cie for all weak .T.ll detelitaled per - on,, and the aged
and infirm, improving the alipatite, and benefiting ladidi
A L&DIAIS , WiNE,
because it will not intoxicate as ether wines, as it cOn
tal,s no mixture of spirits or other liquors, and is ad
mired fo • its rich comb ar flavor :Ind nutritive p roperties,
imparting a beal'hy tone to the dize-tive organs, and a
blooming, suit and healthy skin and comp - exion.
None genuine unless the signature of
ALFRED STEER, Passaic, N. J.,
is over the cork of etch bottle,
_ _ _
MAKE ONE TP.IAL OF THIS WINE.
A. SeEFR, Proprietnr.
Passaic, N. J.
offi •.e 208 5 3roadway, New vcak.
J. H EATON. Agent, Philadelphia.
For sale, by D. W. Gras, & Co., U.K. Keller. John
Wyeth and by dreegiits generally Jyl-d&wly.
' F ri& T 0-1
Universal Confidence & Patronage.
FOR STATESMEN, JUDGES, CLERGYMAN,
Ladies and Gentlemen , in all parts of the world te;tify to
the efficacy of Prof. 0. J Wood's Hair Restorative, and
gentlemen of the Press are unanimous in its praise. A
few testimonials only can be here given ; see circular for
more, and it will be impossible for you to doubt.
47 Well Street, New York, Dec. 20th, 1858
GJEGNTLEMIOI : Your note of the 15 h. inst., has been re
°laved, Haying that you had heard that I had been bene
fited by the use of Woo .i's Hair Restorative, and request
log my certificate of the fret if I b d no bjectlon to
I award it to you cheerful y, °cheese i think it duo.—
My age is about 00 yens ; the color .lit my heir althorn,
and inclined to carl ?ow, flee or ear; since it be
gan to turn gray, end th - ecalp on the crown of my howl
to lose its senquili , y and d.indruffto folio i:!:oe it. Each
of these oisagreeabiliies inc.e.a,ed with time, and about
four neon' he since a fourth was added to them, by hair
falling off the top of my head and threatiniug to make
In this unpleasant predicament, I was induced to try
Wood's Hair Restorative, mainly to arrest the falling
MI of my hair, for 1 had really no expectation that gray
hair could ever be restored to its original color except
from dyes. I was, however, greatly surpris,cl to find
fter the use of two bo:tles only, that not only was the
failing oft arrested, hut the color was restored to the gray
hairs and sensibility to :he scalp, and dandrail ceased to
form on my head, very much to the gratification of my
wiie, at whore solicitation I was induced to try it.
For this, among the many obliptlous I owe to her sex,
I strongly recommend all husbands who value the d
miration of their w.v s to pr -ht by my example, and
use tif growing gray or getting bald.
Very reipectful 7, BEN. A. LAVENDER.
To 0 T. Wood & Co., 444 Broadway. New Yo•k
My family are absent lrom the city., ma I am no long
er at No 11 Carrot place.
Siamaston, Ala , July 201 h, 1959.
To PROF. 0. J. WOOD: Dear Sir : Your "Hair Restora
tive" has done my hair so much good since I commenced
ihe use of it, that I wish to make known to the FURI IC
ins effects on the hair, which are great. A man or wo
man may be newly diprived of hair, and by a resort to
your "Hair Restorative, "
the hair will return more
oe.iutiful than ever ; at lea t this is my experience
Believe It al I Yours truly,
WAI H. KENEDY.
P B.—You can publisb the above if you like. By pub
lishing in our Southern papers you wil get more patron
ag south. I see severa of your certificates in the Mo
bil,: Mercury a strong Southern paper.
W. H. Kenedy
WOOD'S HAIR RESTO
PROF O. J. Woo° : rear cir : Flaying had the migfor
tune to twe the best port on of my hair, from the effects
of the yellow fever, in New Orleans in 11351, I was in
duced to make a trial of your preparation, and found it
to answer as t e very thing needed. My hair is now
thick and glcsiy, and no wards can express my obliga
tions to you to giving to the afflicted such a treaectre.
FINLEY JOHNSON. •
The Restorative is put up in bottles of three size?, via :
large medium, and small ; the oxtail bolds half a plot,
and retails ler one doll,r per bottle ; the medium holds
at least twenty per cent more in proportion tc an 'he
small, retails ror two dollars per bottle ; the la-ge
a quart, 40 per oAat. more in proportion, and retails for
O. J. WOOD & CO., Prop letors, 444 Broadway, New
York, and 114 Market street, St. Louis, Mo.
d sold by alt good irugglete and 'Fancy Goode
ANTI RHEUMATIC BAND,
P o:loffehierat kfireikit 10111/018)
Rheumatism, Gout and Neuralgia
AND A SURE CUBE FOR
All Mercurial Diseases.
It is a conveniently arranged Band, containing a mec.i
cated compound, to be worn around the Waist, without
injury to the most delicate persons, no change in habits
of living is required, and it entirely removes the disease
from the system, without producing the injurious effects
arising from the use of pow_rtal internal medicines
which weaken and destroy the cansalution, and give
temporary relief only. By this troetment, the medical
properties contained in the Band, come in contact with
the blood and reaches the disease, through the pores of
the skin, effecting in every instance a perfect cure, and
restore be parts afflicted to a hoalihy condition. This
Band is also a most powerful ANTI-MERCURIAL agent, And
will entirely relieve the system from the pernicious ef
fects of Mercury. Moderate cases are cured in a few
days, and we are constantly receiving testimonials of its
ef f icacy in aggravated eases of long standing.
nuns 00, to be had of Druggists generally, or can be
sent by mail or express, with full directions for use, to
any part of the country, direct from the Principal (Aloe,
No. 409 BROADWAY, New York.
G. 1311.1 TH. & CO., Sole Proprietors
N. B. —Descriptive Circulars Sent Free,
SarAGENTs WANTED EViIIYWHERE,jS.
MT FRAMES 1 GILT FUXIN!
CARVER AND GILDER,
Looking Glass and Picture Frames,
Gilt and liOsewood Mouldings &c.
Freech Mirrors, square and Oval Portrait
Frames of every description.
OLD FDAMEX RE.DILT TO NEW.