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SPEER'S SAMBUCI WINE,
Of Cultivated Portugal Elder.
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SPEER'S SABIBUCI WINE
cELEBRATED for its medical and bens
Wel qualities as s genuine /Stimulant, Tonic, ,da
and Sedoritlc, highly esteemed by eminent physi
dans, and some of the first families in Europe and
SPEER'S SAXBUCI WIFE
Is not a mixture or manufactured article, but is pure,
Prom cultivated Portugal Elder, recommended by Onem-
Ista and Physicians as noasesstug medical properties Cu
parlor to any other gin -a .n one, and an excell mi arti
cle for all weak and debuituted ilersons, and the aged
and Winn, Improving the wiellte,,end benefiting laidta.
A LADE 4.;S- %INE,
because it will not intoxicate as other wines, as it con
tains no facture of spirits or other liquors, and is a•t•
Mired for its rich peculiar flavor and nutritive properties,
hnparting a healthy tone to the digestive organs, end 'a
blooming, sell and healthy ,ain and complexion.
Vo-. • "m ilne unless the signature of
ALFRE, PEER, Pausal% N. .1.,
ilever 'he cork of each bottle,
• • • MILER ONE TitIAL OF THIS WINE.,
• I ' ' A. sage„ Proprietor.
Passaic, N. J.
Office 208 Broadway, New York.
J. H. EATON, Agent, Philadelphia.
For eels by D W. Gross, di Co., tL K. Keller, John
Wyeth and by draggiste generally Jyl—dawly.
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Universal Confidenoe dc Patronage-
VOA - STATESMEN, JUDGES, CLERGYMAN,
leulles and Gentlemen, in all parts of the world Gustily to
tht efficacy of Prol. 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 or
ware, and it will be impotalble for you to doubt.
' 47 Wall Street, New Yon; Dec. 20th, 1858.
Glisrmansat : 'Your note ot the 15th Inst., has been re.
aicrrell,laying that you had heard that I had been bens
by the use of Wood's Hair Restorative, and request
iug my certtacate of the fact if bvd no ibjecUon to
I award it to you cheerfully, because I think It due.—
My age 411 about 50 years ; the color of my hair auburn
4014111011,0e4 to curl, Pomo aye or its. :;ettra since it be
g tat o afro ply, and the scalp on the crown of my hens
to •t 4 l gholiatilly and dtutdruato form upon It. Bach
of oal, dliagraeabdltlen Increased with time, and about
tour months since a fourth was added to them, by hair
falling off the top of my head and threatening to make
2 / 4 bald.
In tbleuttpleasant predicament, I was Induced to try
WikkEs llalr Restorative, mainly to arrest the falling
ad ol my hair , fort had really no expectation that gray
bait Could ever be restored to Its original color sleep
from dyes. . I was, however, greatly aurprlski to find
after the Use of two bottles only, that not only was the
falling MI arrested, but the color was restored to the gray
hairs and seeslbtlity to the scalp, and dandraft ceased to
farm on my head, very much to the gratification of my
wile, ar.whose solicitation I was induced 10 try IL
For this, among the many obligations I owe to her eel,
strongly recommend all husbands who value the ad
ndratlith of;thelr wives to profit by my example, and
use Ait growing gray or getting bald.
Very remecttnily, BEN. A. LAVENDER.
To O. J.' Wood & Co., 444 Broadway, New York.
V ' ilanblyate absent from the city, end I am no long•
or at No. 11 Oterol place.
Slamaston, Ala., July 20th, 1859.
TO,PRDP. 0. J. Wool) : Hear : Your "Hair Restore
live" lout gone My tunt so much good since I eommenned
the use 01 It, that I wish to make known to the PUBIAO
its elands on the hair, which are great. A man or wo
maii.ay he nearly deprived of hair, and by a resort to
”ag: 'Mir 'Restorative," the hair will return more
bewail ul than ever ; at lea• t this is my experience.—
Believe it all l Yours truly,
WM. H. HEINEDY.
P • can publish the above if you like. By pub
lishing to our Southern papers you will get more patrol:-
sgelketiuth..-I use several of your certificates in the llo•
Aroifty a strong Southern paper
e"" WOOD'S HAIR RESTORATIVI.
Pier. O. J. WOOD : Dear air : Having bad the misfor
tune to lose tke best portion of my hair, from the dream
of thg yellow fever, In Now Orleans In 1851, I was in
ducMto make a trial of your preparation, andjound It
to answer as Pie very thing needed. My hair is now
thick and glossy, and no words can expresa my oblige.
than toal la giving to the afflicted such a treasure.
. FINI i FY JOHNSON.
itestaraftve Is put up In bottles of three alma, viz :
large imitate, and email ; the small holds half a plat,
sad re:Alls for one dotter per bottle ; the medium holds
at la at twenty per cent more in proportion Wan, the
am ell, rata' is for two dollars per bottle ; the large be ids
a 1 ti, 4.1 per cent more In proportion, and retails for
WOOD & 00., Propdators, 444 Broadway, New
York; and 114 Market street, St. LOU% Mo.
And sold by all good Druggist/rand Fancy Goods
G rea t
ANTI - RHEUMATIC BAND,
' IB THE ONLY KNOWN TwmFilY FOR
Rhetunatiem, Gout and Neuralgka.
AND A RIBA CRAB FOR
All Mercurial Diseases.
-rim s oonvwdently arranged Band, containing a met i;
toted compound, to be worn monad the Waist, without
imure to the most delicate persons, no clump hi habits
of Bring is required, and it entirely removes the disease
from the system, without producing the injurious effects'
meishtgolhoor the use.of powLefut internal mtetio tees'
=ah . and destroy institution, and, give :
f relief only. By this tre dment, the medical,
properties contained In the Band, come in contact with'
tie blood and reaoheslhadleenas,Virough the pores ol:
elfeetlug In every 11131111100 a perfect cure, ana
he parts afflicted to ie tie/ditty conililton. This
Band le alao • met powerful Asnolimicutuel. agent, and
i nirilt=.ermtraate.m trZ-4 . 711.7=g;
days, sad we are conatautly receiving testittionials of it 4
smash I I aggravated eases of iong standing.
6p/us:OA% to be had of Druggists generally, or can he
Belot brunsßorexpreas, with Tull directions for use, to
any part of tbetcounury, direct troin the Principal Moe;
N0:409 BROADWAY, New York,
G. 6111TH & CO., Sole Proprietors.
N. B.—Descriptive Circulars Sent Free.
AGENTS BANTU BIIittYWHEBB.Joy
IMPROVEMENT IN DENTISTRY.
r. H.. A-41.4BAcgi Surgeoip, , Trak
us‘ e itamitacturee o Mineral Plate Teeth, the only
Attekhod that Obviates every objection to the use o;
Vidal testa, embracing partial, half and whole sets done
piece only, of pure and indestructiele mineral, then' are,
so crevices Witte aoccumolation dawn particles of fend
niadtharsaws. nto ellensive oder from the breath, as no me
tal le Used In their construction, there can be no galvanic
' skews Or metallic taste. Hence die Why ideal Is not 'n
amed with sore throat, headache,
a lto. 01HOI - 010.
• Mrtb' &wend street, Harrisburg.' - •
rig 811138CRIBER has removed his
PLUMBING AND BRASS FOUNDRY from Market
pit patronage, he h=let
Seat i t i e nrk =o ll4 l4 se merit a imatimiikee al
pennsgthaitia -.lMdtpt )4Leitignqlp; 113ebnuitictill inonting. iDttentber,4;p4B6l!
FOR PURIFYING THE BLOOD:
AND for the s eedy care of the sub
joined varieties DilleltBo :
Shrofala and Scrofulous Affection such
as Tumors, Ulcers, Sores, Eruptions,
pimples, Pustules, Blotches,
Blum, and all akin Diseases.
i OAKLAND, Ind., 6th June, 1869.
Li. C. Area it Co., Gents : I feel it my duty to acktiowl
e4e what your Sarsaparilla has done for me. Having
inherited a Scrofulous infection, I have suffered from it
hiCvarious ways for years. Sometimes it burst out in
Ulcers on my hands and arms ; sometimes turned in
ward and distressed me at the stomach. Two 'years ago
it Ibroke out on my head and covered my scalp and ears
with one sore, which was painful and kathsome beyond
d&c. Option I tried many medicines and several pnytd
rains, but without much relief from any thing. la fact,
tbk, disorder grew worse. At length 1 was rejoiced to
read in the Gospel Messenger that you had prepared an
al ernative (Sarsaparilla) for I knew Item your rep
utation that any thing you made mnat be good. I sent
to flnetnnati and got it, and used it tilt It cured me. I.
took it, as you advise, in small doses of a teaspoonful
oVer a month, and used almost three bottles. New and
healthyaltn soon began to form under . the scab, which
after a while fell off my skin is now clear, and I know by
my feelings that the disease has gone from my system.
Thu can well believe that I feel what lam saying when
II you, that I hold you to be one of the &tootles of the
a , and remain ever gratefally. Your
St. Anthony's Fire, Bose or Erytdplas,
i Tette' and Salt Rheum, Scald Heat
Ringworm, Bore Eyes, Dropsy-
Mr. Booed M. Proble writes treat Salem, N. Y., 12th
54p., 1859, that he has cured an inveterate case cii, Drop
st, which threatened to terminate fatally, by the perse
vering use of our Sarsapar il la, and also a dangerous at
k of Malignant skysipeletrbylarge,doitesof the same
ys he cures tie common - NA:44160s bylt isonettintly.
onchocele, Goitre or Swelledlleok.
_ , .,
°buten Sloan of Pro: meat , Texas, writes : "Three bot
tles of your Sarsaparilla cured me Roma Gelviii—a hid. ,
eons swelling on the neck, which i had snared from
over two years.", , , f •
liencorrhowor Whites, Ovarian Timor,
illterise Uleeration,Female Diseases.
Mr. J. B. S. Channiag, of New York City ; writes ; "I
t cheerfully comply with the 'respect of your agent.
Baying I have found your harttaparilla amoet excellent
T native In the numerous comPiaints for 'Which we em
P y such a remedy, buteejitichdly id Jessie .Diseases of
the Scrofulous diathealit. ' I I).],ite cured many inveterate
oases of Leueiarrlana by it, and some where the com
plaint was caused by ulceration of the uterus._ , The ul
ceration itself was Boon cured. Nothing 'Within my
knowledge equals it for these female derkngements."
Mtwara S. Marrow ; of Newbury, ALL, waives, ".0. dan
gerous Junks' eh 0 11 0 sf the females In my lamily,
'pleb had de ed all tan remedies we could emploz, has
al length bean coinplethly cured by , your sYsraot of see
siiparitth. utir ph:sista]) thought nothing but extirpa
tion could afford relief, but he advised the trial of your
Sarsaparilla •as the last resort before cubing, and it
proved effectual. • after taking your remedy eight weeite
nb symptom or the disease remains."
Syphilis and i Mercur al Disease.
' New °salaam; 25th . August, 1950.
Dr. J. C. Aria stt, cheerfully comply with the re
quest of your agent, and report to you some of the effects
.I:bave realised with your garsalisrille.
I have cured with it, in my prectice,"most of the com
plains for which' it ht recommended, ,and have found its
etectictrdly wonderful in the Mire of rencral and Mer
curial Diseases. tore briny pa'atentithad dyptinitic ulcers
to his throat, Width were consuming his palate and the
top of his mouth. Your Sarsaparilla, steadily taken,
cored him in nye week. anothM. was attacked by sec
ohdary symptoms itt his notie,Mtd the ulceration had eat
en away a considerebici part of it, so mail believe the
disorder would soon react his brain and KM Aim. But it
yielded to My adadnisirsdlOn of your Sarsaparilla: the
dicers healed, =dile is wall again,hot of sounds without
some disfiguration to his taco. A wodien Who 'had been
treated kir the same dliorder by mercury was suffering
from this poison In her bones. 'they bad beoome so
sensitive to the weatherttutton a dempolor s ehe suffered
esoruclating Mari lb her - OMM ann Veinal' She, Me, *as
cured entirely by year Sarsaparilla is a fns weeks.
Chow from as formula, Whioo you 7400 gave me, that
this Preparation from your laboratory meat be a gre..i
remedy; consequently„ these n icely remarkable results
smut It have net surprised me.
gredernally yours, -
Rheumatism, Gout, Liver Complaint.
Isioaranosztak, Brecton Co., Va., 6M July, 1859.
Da. J. A. Ana C.S.ir, I have.been sinks* . with
chrooleXheinnitisilf fer.-it long tlmepaclulib: battled
the skill of pnyuiciami, and stuoicwi ma m spite of all the
remedies , I ool4d , Wad I tried Oar; BuseP4s4o , -'—•
Otie bottle cured me In two weeks and restored my gen
eral health so Meek that kin; Jig . better tUal,l before I
was attacked. I think. It a wonderful medicine.
Jules Y. (Idaholl, of Si. Louis. writes ' , I have been
afflicted for years with an affection or the Liver, which
destroyed my health. I tried every dung, and every.
thing tailed to relieve me ; and" . have been a broken
down Mail for some years irom no ther cause than de
rangnsatuf the Liver. My beloved pastor, the Rev. Mr,
kapy, advised roe to try. your Santaparrilta, bowlegs he
Said he knew you, and , anything ,you made was worth
trying. By the blessing of pod'lt tas cured me. I feel
young 'gala. The beit that !can be said or. yod to Dot half good enouguin' .
Salmis, Cancer :Minors, Enlargement
Ulceration, Caries and Exfoliation of
A great variety of oases have been reported" to us
where /sorsa or theselomudable complahua_hAve result,
form the USW of thts Amealy, but one soma here yttll pot
BMUS) them P in • rift them mgt- b &Nitta* ons Ambr
cau Alll4llA4l,Wilkh Ilie agoota , belos A1140( . 111341 pleased
to forego gratis to all who mall for theM.
Dyspepsia,. Heart Disease, Fits,.
ay, klularicholt Neuralgia..
Many remarkable cures of these affections have been
made uy the alternative power of this medicine. 11 stim
ulates the vital Muctlens Into vinerous untton; and thus
overcomes disorders whloti would be supposed beyond
its reach: such &remedy has been required by the ne;.
cesaidee of the people, and we are mandatt that, this will
cm for them all that medicine can do.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
FOR THS RAPID CURE OP
Coughs, Colds, Influenza, Hoarseness,
Group, Bronchitis, Incipient Con
sumption, and kor the Relief
of. Consumptive Patients
• in -advanced , Stages s I
This Ism remedy so . universally
.kuown surpms any
other for the cure of Wreak and Mug oSaipiellits,i ftt, .
useless here to publish toe evidence of virtues. Its ,
unrivalled extelliinee rot boUglikacid uoktH , and its•truly
wooderial curls of pulmonary disease,: have made
knowd throughout the civilized nations of the ,earth.
Yew are the communities ,or even fainilitis, among tisem ,
who have not Some pummel experience .of its abate.—
some living trophy in their miust of its Victory over the
Blibtie and da aprons disor . darsinf throat and lungs.
as all know the drestottiefatility or thine - disorders, and!
aa they know, tots thdelfects of ads rentedyil we neettnta
de more than to illprp . ri.lllo,_
_C11.014 tif ba s new all Me Mr-
lue, that it did Lave When mum" the'bures which have
won so strongly urn the bohddenoeida mankind.
Prepared by Dr. J.; C . AMU, CO.';
Sold by o...;;SW.Psemrart. Dally..Brosa & !
over Liotr.-st Aid*: and deal-,
k A VID A.IIA; 4ti.A.g..K..ET, sr.!
HAR.Rissum; - 4enivoi. • •
.I,][l.4.lA.E'S - PATENT :
Wel/nett and ChilleS - `Ocilla! proof,
iiii.ta—V lL ittiiab i .
Strictly the ONLY Mercantile -Jae:. made, that hi both
dream Burglar VrootP • - ' 1nar24111.,
WE UNDERSIGNED . htug ot. tined hie
OFF/CR ; comer. of. Third acr Meek;
berry alley, near Him', Hotel.
„De* Limber of shit:ads and quentlee. I salt by
. . W. • •
The undersigned sell Horses, Csimager'stid bar=
MSG-410Mo an •V °serfage' a hire Riche .sa re ofb,
ars44 - - PRA NR ti min , t.. X!
C. 0. ZIMMERMA.N'S
BASUN° 13ML thriVCOCLigCRING binqcs.
Hari been rentoirod from tio. 28 Brxxxul St.
134 ;IWO= : BUIE&
rn t<rl r ---,11 PROW& g4t3
— l l46li*Ca tlatAri A
SOMETHING FOR THE TIMES! !
IFA NECESSITY IN EVERY HOUSEHOLD.
JOHNS & MOSLEY'S
American Cement Glue
THE STRONGEST GLUE IN THE WORLD.
THE CHEAPEOT GLUE IN THE WORLD.
THE EOST DURABLE GLUE IN THE WORLD.
THE ONLY EsuABLE GLUES THE WORM ,
THE BEST GLUE IN THE WORLD.
AMERICAN• CEMENT GLUE
Is the only article of the Idnd 'Over produced which
WILL WITHSTAND WATER.
IT WILL MEND WOOD,
Save your broken Furniture.
IT WILL MEND LEATHER,
send your.Harnesa, Straw, Belle, BootsObc
'IT WILL MEND GLASS,
Gave tLe piece of
P ltive cut fide Bottle
WIITLL M END IVORY,
Don't throw away that broken Ivory Pan, it la antily re.
IT WILL MEND CHINA,
Your broken Chh►a Cape and Saucers can be made an
good as new.
IT WILL MEND MARBLE •
That pieceknocked out of your Marble Mantle can be
put,On as strong as ever.
IT WILL MEND PORCELAIN,
No matter If that broken' Pitcher did not cost but a shit.
ling, a shilling saved is a aldlllng earned.
That costly Alabaster Vase is broken and you can't
Match 14 mend it, it will never show rhen put together.
It will Mend Bone, Coral, Lava, and in
• • fact evetything bat Metals.
d e ny article Cemented with AMeRIOAN CEMENT lOLCII
will not show where it 18 mended.
"Every Housekeepers should have a supply of Johns
& °feelers American Cement Glue."—N. Y. limes.
, "11 is e) convenient to have in tee house."—N. Y.
“It i efs s always ready ; this oommenda Itself to every
"We have tried it, and find it as useful in our homes as
water."— Spirit of Me Timm.
ECONOMY IS WEALTH.
tlO,OO per yenalsaved In every famityaby One Bottle
. ± AMERICAN OEMENT GLUE.
PricOirCento per Bottle. • -
Price 25 Cents-per Bottle.
Price 26 Cents per Bottle.
• Price 28 Cents per Bottle.
Price 25 Cmterper-Bottle.
Price 25 Cents per Bottle.
Very Liberal Reductions , to Wholesale Buyers.
T KRIM CAS 1:1.
gar For sale by all Druggists, and Storekeepers Maid
fy throughout the country.
sidEENS & caolvgatt;
78 WILLIAM STREET,
(briar of Liberty Meat. NEW YORK
Important to Hoase.Owners.
Important to Builders.
Important to-Rail Road Companies .
Important to Farmers.
46 all'whom this may a=, and it amarrna every
JOHNS & CROSLEY'S
t ,IMPROT KD QIITTA RERCEIA
The Cheapest and most durable Roofing In use
IT IS FIRE AND WATER PROOF.
IL ean be applied to new and ma ROM or all idnds;
steep or flit, and to g Ett:lts ingu ßor . without
The Cost la only about On... Third that of Tin
AND I r AS TWICE AS MIttARLE
Thbi arbolthks heeuthornagbff . - fatbd In7Rifirrolif
Qty and alt °LW, parts okitia Robed .satec, Canada,
Wont ludieaCentral and South Arntiriza, on buildings of
Eau kinds, such as FACTOIIIIB, YOUNDitraS, Odntiutltni , l -Raiff
iltoAn Dams, Cams, and on rinisio ;Inhumes gpnerailit
IGovaitrourarr Ittiumssis. /ie., by the principal
' Architects and others, during the 'past 'four years, and
inks proved to he the CIICAeRST and Modl DURABLiI
IROOFING in use; It is in every rampant A FIRS, WAIIIR,
WEATHER sat TIME PROOY rararhig for ROOFzi OF
This is MS ONLYinateriai vessufastured in Ms United
Stitles'whiclfoomitates the very dtxurable properties of
Eitudickt and Dumbility, ishiotkita.dniversehiy aiknow
hedged to be posseaud by GUT2A PRIZOIL4 AND
No Heat is rat:pliedttpilidatis
The expense of applying it re trifling,. as an ordinary root'
Gan be oovesee ae4. finished t ie same day.
It can bei . appliket by any' one,
and WilQa Anfadied roma perfectly Film PROOF Mir lane
with an dead° body, wldob cannot be injured by His?,
Cow or,Oirea t aa, :Isamu° or ADO/ BOARDS, nor any ox.
ternal action Ivh dever.
GIITTA PERCHA CEMENT,
tin. Coating Metals of all Kinds when extssied
to the Action of the Wisither; eta •
FOR, PRESEEVINQ AND REPEARING MUM;
ROOFS OF ALL KENDS. . •
This is the only Composition known whlob will SuCCESig.,
Tullyu resist extreme changes of all °Minsk's, for any;
length of time, when applied to metals, to which it ad-4
-hares tirmiy r torming-a body eqtml to coam.of_ordbiary;
paint, costa much has and will LASE THUS T11113;34
LONG; and from its etastialty sot injured by
contraction and expansion of Tin and other Metal Booth,
coneeedent. epori chidden &angel' dft.the weather.
WEA2HIIR, INTNUT TEASIIVIT. ,
Leaky Tin and ottierMetal Rooth can be readily •
pd. with otrev, P,Mitata CisMANT, and antvented
'faither cerresion and leaking; thereby eruturbig-t-Phr-i
lenity tight roof for many years.;
Thls Cement is peculiarly adapted for the omen*
of IRON - RA , LINGSTSTGVES, RANG .W, Bentl, A 4
CULTURAL lIIPLESRAT.A„Ac; also for general mann.;
Lecturers use„ .
Git i r t rA PERCHA ,
For preserving and'repatng Tin and other Metal Rodfb ci
every Getrood; fionalts-great elostroltnis - no.: Injured
wale contraction and espansida of Mob*, and IRO Ad
crack in cold or rim fh warm vieopier.
' These roaforika are.ADAVTUD To ALL = 14
are prepared to supply orders Iron nay part of the court.
try, at short notice, tor 'Gljrfs. , PN.lttetti ROOFING to
rolls, ready prepared for use, and GUTf A PRROGA CR,
MEN? in barrels, with Rill printed direction for applf.
zACkENTS WANTAD, c
; 4. •
We soli make liberal .and satisfactory arraroments
with riWpbmilblti partiee who would like to eetablita Shan
selves in a lucrative and permanent busineaa.
OUR TERMS ARE O,ABII-::
We can give abuldAnt proof, of all we clmm in` 'Amor
et our Improved Roofing having applied them to several
tbemend Rade in New York Otty and vicinity.
'SOLE' MANUFACTURERS '
-. lVholetsaie - Warehouee7B—WiUia m St.,
Corner of Liberty Street. ' NIOW YONLIX ;
Full descriptive °restart end Priam will be fernillsed
• - on application. -
B - InY -
NOTICE is,hereby giTen that who,:
tion van be 'joule to ate Wirelinor Ximaisl
sthqmoonoc wilugui auxtbirt, omitted i n " - r7
4 1 13 19* COatintqt
ARE pure' vegetable extracts. , Th ey
care ell bilious disorders of the : human system.—
They regalate and invigiiiate the river rand Modem
they give tone to the digestive organs ; they regulate the
aecretions, excretions and exhalations, equikiise the circu
lation, and purify the blood. Tires all billoas complaints
—come of which are Torpid Liver, Sick kidadache, Dys
pepsia,. Piles, Chills and Fevers, Costiveness or laws.
nms—are entirely controled lust cured by these ram ,
- H DAELMEES -
Removes the morbid and billions deposits tirem the stom
ach and bowels, reglaates the liver and kidneys, remov
ing eved,:onitrwino, restores a natund: and heal thy Minn ntlid orinda." - It Ida supelar , '
• . FAMILY MEDICINE,
Much better than pills, and much outer to take
DARLING'S LiFE BITTERS
Is a inikrior 'oinks and diuretieq excellent in oases of
Reit or , appetite, tiattdendir Leunde *mimeos, trriegulart
ties, piny lit the aide and bo xe lied, rtaf i lObig and
RRADMEINSVIMIVinIia t TN4III9NY.;
Jas. L. Braistery;idetcieni,-46i t iftiton ateeet. New
York, writes, August 18, 1880: .1 have been afflicted
With piles, accompanied with-bleeding, the last three
years ; I used
L . ttitin
- I A OR
LIM BITERS, . .
itii now consider inyself nwrisniX easso." . ,' 1,.
Hon. John A. Oros writes, “Brooklyn, iliarctilli 1880.
In the spring of 1859 I took a severe cold, which induc
ed a violent fever. I took Iwo doses of
i DARLING'S LIVER - REGULATOR.
It broks,iiilily 001dattlf1@`ietat one. Previousto this
idlest, I had. been troubled with dyspepsia several
Swabs ; I hire ieit "nOthintor it sines." - •
utis Studly, Esq., 128 East 28th Street, N. writes :
itausust 12, 100-1 hid a ddliektity wilt Kidney Qom
nlalat three. years with opulent pain in, the small of my
tack: 1' had lisedireasinindiads id medicines, but found
no permanent roller until :l used , „
DARLING'S LIVES TRYDSOBATOR,
I passed clotted blood b 1 the urethra. lam now en
tirely cured, and Latta pleasure to recommending these
remb40 16 .(..
, Tetiow; 11 Christopher Street, N. r., writes'
"Feb 20, 1860.-1 have been subject to Warms of Asth
ma the lasi twenty years. I have never found anything
Darling's Liver Regulator,
in affording immediate relief, It is a thorough Liver and
bilious remedy." -
Mrs. Young, or Brooklyn, writes, "February 28,1860.
In May last I hada severe attack or Piles, which confin
ed um to the house I nrk,ona battle of
DARLINGS LIFE BITTERS
sod was eutiieiy cured. I havi had no attack since."
D. Westervelt, Esq., of South 61h., near 9111 Street, Wil
liamsburg, L. j, writes : ~.Anguet 6, MO.—Having been
Voubled with a difficulty in the Liver, and subject w Wl
ious was "ti:11i04, 0 9 4 , l ktillid to try. ..
I did so, and (blind it to rimoying the ,
bile and &missing the llyer,to activity. I have also used
Rasa , . .
When our children are, out of sorts, we give them a
few drops and it sets Mean all right. I find it meets the
general wrote of the stomadt.tuarlitiowels when disorder-
Main; if you nebi either or both: of these .most ex
calleut Remedies, Inquire for them et the stores ; U you
do not bid them, take no ,other, but inclose Ono Donor
in atetteryaitd.milreceipt of the money v ititt Remedy to
pawl:dies:lOU-4W cent: according to. your directions, by,
rdsil o'r.exturits4DitleltLi Andrea,
102 Nassau otreetvNew York.
! plait up, la fit/ mat Aug sl.ltottels
Itfil 'HAY,. , W AW43I:IIW, OLUOILS,
ALFEED:T.IMME . IlitiN'.ds 00i
Ci fad 4AitleArr ISTIOAT, Aarrioiburg,
apposite aimiea' Jura .wwl Aololna. the
Innoraask aara4,4lasneg) pornbargel the' atone It.
Jennings, and adiks a terse oigitOriploi of ,NsW Ai!-
&LIM. we: win out iftaosolo 1 4We4 ca.a4 Price. Led
Watekesillloalos mad ;Jewelry deaUj and prom) ly re
:Weed and delivered. • -
---arlaggr 71 1 420013111taN la 00;
iiivittig di/paled at qty kiwi/et Jewelry M A. Jr.
mermao & 1 cheerfully reoommeud them to Naylor
mer customers as pfsetical land experienced Watch
Makers, and &Mott tbr them a continuance of the patron
age which has been so gmerossly extended to me during
the ten six
fi k . Gal°. V. 6rims,gradaate of the
1.,/alttmore Do ol Donee Surgery, having perms
luau) , klastad lathe city of aarrisbarg and tram the
office formerly, noeupted by Dr. Slorgas, on Thad street,
between Hired nee Watank . reapeetrully informs his
Meads and the pantie in general, that he is prepared to
perform an opemeoos in pie, tenant profession, either
surgical or t metinanioal, in it , manner tbat shalt not, be
surpassed by opersters hi Ahle or any other city. His
mode of Ineeriang artideieJ teeth is upon the isles en
proved selentlik princitilen;
Teeth, I rom one to% tall set, mounted on line Gold, 811-1
ver, Retina plates or the Vulcanite Base.
I take great, ppmaure to rewmmendleg the aouve gen;
tleman to all my former pAtenta of I:Walburg add vi - ,
dnity, and faapaoaiLadeat mat be wphpatiorm all opera-,
dons in a acliditi Ild madder; Irbitt my inoirledge or ble'
111‘y,4,.' • 0.„..1,48115r.0 l'i 1.144 ign9 4 144 1 A4,,11 - 111. 8.
ttiGE ti-kT BMW
F 4.10 SEDUM TS I IIII 1ita..3114101164 Td
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tIE under *nod has established a
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burgd:lectiApLery; otber morning with An
land, wale 'Ramona bare ' : The ititleholl ' Wive evbry .
AvilciT lll o4. - tAtitil.*: Bl ofitdaY.Atuintng 'every
other pOiten era - sax .Shytisrdatolyn, l Dllisburg,:
Peatrebtil and *MOW& rates. ?
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a,gainat lees or damage by fire, either perpetually or an
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tairti oi• country.
Marine and'lnland Transportitlon Rinke also taken .
Apply personally or by letter , to
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A NEW REMEDY, 1 .
A ONELAIN REAU3DY, f "2
RHIUMATIaIIt Olt BYE ir KIND;
Ne ILMIR HOW LONG MNDING,
WHAT TT HAS DONS,
IT WILL DO AGAIN,
THE BEST TESTIMONY,
BEST MEDICAL AUTHuKITY
Mar 19,1860, -.ghee S., tot. 28, single, never was Very
strong. Twoyears ago she had an attack cremate rheum&
tism,lrom which she was confined to her bed fir two weeks
and subsecenty from &relapse ter four more. &lobes been
well since then till lam aster day, while engaged in house
cleaning, she took eold, had pain in her back, halt cold,
WA had no decided chill. Two days later her ankles be
pn so swell, which was followrd by swelling of the
knee joints and Of the hands. She has now dull
pain in• her shoulders, and her knuckles are very tender,
red and,painful ; both banes are alio:led, but the right
is most so. This, then, In a case ofacute rheumatism, or,
la It is new fashionably called, rheumatic raver. Uhl a
wellireenarled typical case We will carefully watch the
case,and Iron lime to time call your attention to the vari
ous symptoms which present themselves. My chief object
hi bringing her before you now, is to call attention to a
remedy which has recently been recommended in the
treatment of rheumatism. lin maim* eina'se. Dr.
AWN:tartan, of St. Petersburg, recommends it In the
highest terms, having derived great Dense' from its .use
in 250 cues which same under Wears. Valeta Co w-
mandatory testimonials respeciting it have appeared in
our Journals, and I propose therefore to give it another
MUIR , WNW Zam always incredulous as to the
Walnut new remedies, which are vaunted as speoides ;
bat this comes to us recommended so highly, that we
are bound to give it a trial.
Max 28,1860.-I will now eahlblt to you the patient for
whom I prescribed Propyiamine, and NA s then labor
ing under an Week : .ot !Wale rheumatism. BM Ma
Moodily taken it ut (108 ed of them grains Oery twehodri
(ihtermitting It at night.) the day atter ydu saw her, 1
anon her much more oominitible, better than she ex
pected to be for a week or more, Judging from her of her
Mune. "(the pittiwit now walked law the nom.) The
improvement has Steadily progressed, and you cahoot
fan to notice a marked change le the appearance of her
joints, which are now nearly an of their natural else.—
Thus far our experiment woad have seemed very sun
aesafut ; bat, gentlemen, we must wait a little while be.
threw. can give a deckled opinion as to what is to be
Here is another patient who was placed On the use of
the same wedi n amo on Sunday last ; ehs has long been
oilaferiAg from,: tironio rneutnanam, ands found her at
that time with an acute attack supervening upon her
chronic allivedion. The wrists and lunacies were much
swollen and lecke. • She took the chloride of Propyla
mine le three grain dd,es every two hours, and you will
perceive that the swelling of joints had much dimin
ILtr 26, 1860.—This is . the case of '
Imo) i with propylamlne, the first or those to which -1
called your &muumuu. our lest chubs. nu is st.ll very
ocurifersable, and is ucr.t Aung three paha thrice daily.,
In his ease It luta/teemed tuba followed by very, bat.
Iseaolory. recaps. The wand rsete to vtdich your atten
tion was called at our lest locate, hen also continued to
do well. I will now. bring before yao A very character
isek case of acute sheasnallsin, slid it the result be est.
tectory, I think, as good jurymen, we Scan „illstlY render
Our verdict in-fsv,or of propylatainte.
Bela a seamen; set. 26, who wits admitted a few' days
ago. Has has ea/Aaiun/LI rheurnitio pains, but not e 6 Cl
t: keep ells bed, ultlateldht doe ago. The pales began
hie right knee, aubiegabitily affected the lattices* Vale
!Mar. We )orate or the %spar extrenailea. 'these joints
fere ail ple(0004140010 andtender . Hld teigue tarred •
his eatd,:4preione dry; thous& there ; bed been mach' Sweating .
Sweating. His pulse 'BM and strong, =debate nth=
has ,now Used propylaraiuo for twenty-four hours.
Thipichadenianis west May be called a Wetly typical
!master mate rheumatism. Tbere was exposure Vo cold
fend wet, and Wit expeegrvisicolpered by a feeling a
coldness, Severe arttualar pain, belOrioing, as It usually
does, in the lower joints. there le fever and the profuse
inetating, so genermly isitteaduntereaeUte - rtuillMati .
1144 nut bring Ihiapatleut bask mint with the limn
Sion of giving you a lecture oo aL the Sikh connected
With rheuntausm, but to again give a trial to the
we are testing, and to exhibit to you as le
typical ease, as I have called it, than watch Were co uld
net be a fairer opportunity for testing the Medicine In
'question. No are, tit!nefore, avoiding tee use of all
Otherncedes, eve cescs/ynesh Wet Mir.: may tie no
, mLisiobse itit to whictiSiiii - the /Octant' , reseedy. Toe
shall seethe Oise of a future clinic.
Joaa9, TEM.—The next or our convalmments la i the
case of acute rheumatism before you at our chute of May
UM, whteD3 thenmodied a typioal case, and which It
was remarked , was a fair opportunity .for,testing the
worth of our new remedy. ...It wan therefore steadily.
given in three grain deem every two hours for roar days.
The patient has got along very litany, awl ht now able , to
%elk aboL% minis see. Ido not hesitate to aiy that 1
aliveneves seen ail severe a case of acute thee inatism
so soou regliprok tii.tooLtuautcm j ip I* been, anu
without being prepared 10 deeds pasitive t.iy an to the val.
uctoritkauwe.tutyji used, Stet bound , to strop
that•lireild irltion'wellovebied Vie Obliorldike
Propyiamiee, the pimiento h ors regained their henna
Much earlier than uncter.lhe treatment :ordinal* pur
sued.. .1 wish gentlemen, pm would yiatreebres try It,
and report the results..:.,,.
For a Atil report of which the above Is a eandensed
extract, see the Philadelphia Medical and Surgical Re
porter. - It Is the report ajar a fair trial by the best med
ical authority In this country, and Makes It =necessary
to give numerous c ertificates from .astonlsheil doctors
A SPEEDY CURE,
AN EFFECTUAL CURE,
HE ELME RESULT
WHAT IT HAS DONS,
• Bullock & Crenshaw, a Arm well known to moat modi-i,
cal men, by whom the Elixir Propylamine has been in.
trtsiticed; r hitye sold to us &Skein:give right to manna*,
tare it according to theoil' ginal recipe, and we have;
made *arrangements of such magnitude as to enableas
to scatter It broadcast amongst sutferin'ibumanlty.
If you prefer to use the same remedy in another term
ye invite yotir attention to the •
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