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OR TIEN _
NOWA of Employment and Support of the Poor
OF DAUPHIN COUNTY.
TORN CARE, Esq., Treasurer of Dan
u Oita County, Pennsylvania, and Ex-officio Treasurer
of House of mployment and support'of the Poor in
the County of Dauphin aforesaid, in an coconut with said
county of Dauphin, for the useof said House of Employ
ment In said county for the year 1861, namely :
To cash receiVadffrom .the county of
Daupidn'fathe nab of the House
o rlariployment for the support of
tUeo6of ldthe County aforesaid.
YBtsnafit to'reatilsltions in confor
mity to law, drawn by the Direc
tors of afire ROW) aoressid, upon ,
the County Commis-inners of paid
OPINtY. - respeo fully date.' Jan.
nor, lst, and txtober let, 1864 on
Orders No. LW and 878, I sued by
the County Commicsi nem.. ... :10,000 CO
Gash received from the following named'
• persons, for the use of the afore
said House, derived as hereinafter
at ted, to wit :
from John Itaysor, Esq., one of the
directors °bawd Bou comount of
judgment-against J.O. Louch.; ..1118 87
To cash from Harry Brown, steward of
said House, for lime sold by him. 17.8 90
To cub, Beery BrOw. steward ac More
said, collected for boarding pan
~psra,of, othe c0untie5...........Td 00 • •••
To erth, il J.P. Peek, m Her, proceeds tf
ml 290 00
- 610 87
Ta amount of orders Issnied in 1861; by ,
the directors of the House wore
said, unpaid at settlement raw, a
-by the County Auditors; Jan. 14301
1862, to wit :
Order No. 120, nub , th Aurndt. 2 00
a 140, Samuel Niebling........ 1 67-
a 168, - Jonas Bents - , 77
" 196; Mr w . Steely * 200
16 202, Juilsna•Williams. 200
" 228, David Boysr 77 ,
w. 272, Mrs. Steely 200
.4 WI, allsebein Atirndt 200
" 286, Sarah White 200
~ I. 288, Elisabeth Rhule. 200
a 287, Juliana.Wllliams....... 200
.. 292, Mira Mishasi.... 200
.. 846, Cords L. Metz ' 200
" 847, Mrs. 8tan1y........ ... 200
a 857, Blirabeib Aurndt 2to
" 363, Juliana Whams 200
.. 386, Martin Erb 11
.. 602, Mrs. Hanley. 200
.. 612, Lewis Koenig.- ...... ICO
633, Mrs. Soareok. ...... ... 20(
n 647, Mrs. Stanley_ 200
I. 683, Mrs. Elehreak
" 694, Mrs. Stanley 200
4 . 618, Sloan & Boyd 850
.. 816, W. 5i11y..... .. 77
.. 816, John Newcomer 77
a 646, Mrs. &break. 200
.n 866, Mrs. Stanley...... -. 200
.. 616, Mrs. Hatfield 400
" 866, Ann McCarter.... 200
, i 674, J. J. Wa110wer......... 917
$. 676, J. F. Buoy ~,.....285 62
'4 678, Jcs'ab Buffington 400
4. 688, Elizabeth Winard 860
6 $ 701, Mrs. Schreok. -....... 200
712, Mrs. Stanley 2 00
" 728, Ann McCarter-. 200
" 125, F. t. Swartz - ...
.... 45 75
, . 4 728, George F. ifish ..... _. 62 50
a 781, Mr. Carchner.......... 76
.. 786, Wm. K Ice, Esq.. ...... 10 76
" 7116, John Jones 24 16
" 787, Anthony King . ... 95 36
" 789, John Bess_ .. ........ 20 00
.. 746, John Weaver 16 00
By balance due In cash to John Care, Esq.,
as per settlement made by the County
Auditors, January 11th, 1881. .... $7B 13
By amount of orders issued from No. 1 to 745
Inclusive, by the Directors of the Mouse
of Employment, of the county of Dau
phin, commencing January Ist, and end
lug 8d of December, 1861, both days in
cluded, as entered in detail In order
boon of elk House of Employment and
Support, the sum of ITS 13, amount of
Order No. 154, issued in error for bal
ance due at last settlement, to John
Care, Esq., accountant
By cash paid on orders issued in 1860,
by the Directors of the Poor, kc.,
unpaid at settlement, made by the
C . .unty Auditors, January 11th,
Mal, to wit :
Order No. 490, Geo ge Man1y...... ...
44 619, Widow Forney_
560, Nary Forney
it 614, Widow F0rney........
4, 652, Widow F0rney..... ...
" 668, Mary Forney
690, Adam Dreamer
4. 703, Moses ......
704, W. 0. Smith
4 . 711, George Trullinger
o 718, John Dotter._
' 4 717, Jonas Delbler..
a 719, Sloan k Boyd..
" 721, John A. Weir..
w 722, Jonas Rude
tt 722, E. S. 2ollinger.
" 515, Mary Forney._
1----9 0,999 99
By Treasurer's commismiows allowed
the Treasurer, to wit :
On receiving 110,610 00 at 34 per ce t.. 19 26
Paying 1106 02 at 3i per cwt..— 62 01
same due in cash by JOhu Care, Esq.,
treaturer as aforesaid to the
ootuity of Dauphin, for the use of
the Rouse of smplojment afore
said, the sum of
We, the undersigned Auditors of , the county of Dau
phin, Pennsylvania, elEcted and sworn according to law,
*report that se met, did audit, settle and adjust accord
ing to law, the foregoing account of John Care, Esq.,
treasurer of toe county of Dauphin. and ex-officio treas
urer of the Rouse of bmployment for the support of the
poor in th county of Dauphin, in account with the said
county for the nee of the Rouse of Employment of said
county, commencing on the first day of January, a.d
ending , n the third gay of December, 1801; and the ac
counts as above stated is correct.
JOHNATHAN 81 O SDEI,
3_ P. RUTEARIVED,
Auditors of Dauphin county, Penna.
DETAILS OF EXPENDITURES.
Acknowledged Indenture.,.. .. . ..
Attendance in slat Toon:4.11 months..
Applle butter and dried apples
. . ..... .........
Beds and bedsteads...
Be oherins. w
Befit ... .
Bah.aws on went with 0. Hess...
Briciwork ..... .......
Cattle— ..... .......... :::
CoMos and burial
Carriage hire to convey paupers...
Candnei lind ya ••t: *** ••
Cknieng * •• •
Para hir• ........
Freight on molasses
Nato (18.46—513 604.
Jobe Owe (by orderj
Making arrests........ .......
]takingi Eking and attending sick . out o[ the house. 94 40
Medlobte and drugs 120 88
M01a55e5................ .......... . • .......... 63 75
WU repair. 89 97
Planter ....... ...... 30 14
P/91 460e8 work. ..... ............ ....... 60 80
Priptbas 60 00
nal and lumber 45 75
Saddler work ..... 1 87
811004. 6 2e
Bopped or out-door paupers 90 7 5 00
dyne 29 00
WM making and mending _.....- . .
of paupers hi other counties 85 85
11DI. . ....,,, _i6o BO
Shop work and toll •• • • ......
Surgical operail ns
Tax on insurance
Turnips .... .. • . • • • •
Wagon maker's • ork ~.. •
Henry Brown, as Steward
Dt. Geo. Y. Nab, (es physician,) 16 months'
Simon Daniels, (as Director,) is months' salary
and extra services
peter Metes, (as Director,) 12 months , salsry
and extra services
Tan Raper, (as Threctord B, months' valary sad
J. W. Frantz, (Clerk,) 32 months' salary and
extra cervices.... 65 CO
David Mumma, (attorney,) year's salary....
953 bushels of wheat at 81 20 per bushel
1,230 bushels or oats at 35 cents per bushel _
2,400 bushels or cora, in ears, at 25 cents; per
bushel.... 600 00
234 bushels of clover seed at $5 i-er bushel 12 50
82 bushels of onions at 40 cents per shwa-- 14 50
6,000 heads or cabbage at ¢s per head. 800 00
445 bushels or potatoes at 60 cents per bushel... 2e7 .00
28 bushels of beets at 30 cents per bushel • ' .B'4o
5,500 bushels cucumbers at u 0 cents per hundred tO.BO
42 loays of hat. at 815 per load 630 00
10,411 pounds of bee fat 6 cents per I ound ' 624 66
4,888 pounds of pork at 5 cents psi pound 218 80
688 pollees of veal at 0 cents per pound • 88 28
98% pounds of Winkles at 6 cents per pound„.... 6,61
1,6u1 pounds of beaf bides at 4 cents per poundm 60 44
4,838 bushels of lime burnedat 7'cenls per bushel 303 60
ARTICLES MANUFACTURED IN THE ROUEN:
164 pair pants, 64 vests, 46 roundabouts, 94 Min's
shims, 48 children's shirts, 48 boy's pouts, 28. boy's
roundabouts, 63 pair shoes, 94 women's &Mites, 82
aprons, 78 sacks, 42 skirts, 43 'children's dresses, 25
aprons, b 2 childreu'askirts, 82 Chemises, 16 comforts,
4b sheets and 42 Muid-bags.
1.19 T OF DEATHS IN DAUPHIN COUNTY POOR
HOUSE FOR YEAR 1861.
Jan. 10th, Robert M'Gaire, (leprosy,) diagnosis.
• " sth, Wm. Recs.., consumption.
Yid, Morrison Belver, dropsy.
24b, Geo. Wooiterd, consumption.
Feb. Ist, John Atkinson, pruemonis
" iltb, Peter. Yoneatit. " -
" 28d, Hoary Ruth, ccatrumption.
Maroh 20, Wm. Freeman, " •
• 12th, Mary Ermine Lemmon, debility.
" 14th, Samuel lintheeord, consumption.
" 17th, John Geiger, small poz.
" 18th, Mary Rainey, typbold.
" 20th, Fruierick Teek,
April Bth, Frodorick Mappin, mortification.
• 7th, Martin Millie, old ago.
" 7th, Abraham Pennington, Consumption,
" 12th, Anthony Bubb, typhoid.
" 18th, Geo. Maier, debility.
21s John John Towsonomasurea.
May 17th, Thomas Gilmore, brocchites.
ti Ski, Joseph Harrold, chorea.
. June sth, JACOD dhoemazer, dropsy.
" 21st, Bastian Earmark, dellerum Iranians.
July 14th, Samuel bedinger, old age.
Aug. 26th, Daniel Mottor, (tones,) appolezy.
a 27th, Geo. Crisman, typhoid.
Sept. 30.1, Phebe Hale, (colored) typhoid.
Oct. 15th, Elizabeth Loon, (colored) debility.
" 20th, Jacob Weaver, consumption.
Nov. Ist, Edwards Waters, Injury.
" 12th, John Truckielon, typhoid.
tt 4th, the infant of Sarah Frey, marasmus.
Deo. Bth, Mary Craig, (colored,) heart disease.
" 15th, David Silverthorn, consumption.
Number of deaths In the county house lot the year
1881. ............... ................. .......... ..84
BODIES BROUGHT FOR INTERMENT,. IN THE
COUNTY BURIAL GROUNDS, FOR TEE YEAR
Jan. 3d, Geo. Steward, Harrisburg.
" 6,h, Martin N. Walt, from prison, (barn burner.)
Feb. 9th, 2 children (twins,) Harrisburg.
" 19th, Ann Wingate,
" 28d, dm child or Mathias Hander, Harrisburg.
March Bth, an unknown man, Mei on the railroad_
• 25th, a child killed on the railroad. ,
April 25th, Robert Foott, (colored,) Middletown.
May 30th, Jacob Zeigler, Harrisburg..
July 4th, Mary Ann Irvine.
4th, Ellen Tilson, Harrisburg.
ti 20th, the Infautpt Mary Burns, (In the cars.)
it 27th, the infant or Mrs. Schrlsch, Harris burg.
Aug. Bd, the body of an unknown man, Harrisburg.
" 9d, Benz Bash, died on Goo road from Harris.
Aug. 25th, the Infant of Christian Bever, Harrisburg.
" 27th, the body of an unknowu child, Harrisburg.
Opt. 7th, the body of an unknown man, "
Oct. 29th, the son of Jane Lee, Harrisburg.
" sOth th e laftuit of Ells.' Bennett, Harrisburg.
Dec. Bth, Francis Cook, burned, (colored,) Harrisburg
" 10th, Richard Boston, (colored,) aflddietOwn,
Died In the house..... ......
Brought for interment .......
Total for the year 1881 57
NUMBER OF , PAUPERS IN THE HOUSE EACH
. 2 041
- 80 62
May • •••••••••••••••,
July .... ..........
August. ...... ...........
NIINDRR OP COMERS AND 00E39 'DURING BACH
Anguat ......... .• • • •
Comers and goers during the year 2,821
MONTHLY RECEIPTS FROM THE DAUPHIN COUNTY
January ...... .......
Total 1,6 a 48
APPOINTMENTS FOE THE YEAR 1862.
Henry Brown, Steward ;• Geo. F. Mish, physician ; J.
W. Frans, clerk ; J. F. Peck, miller and Joshua M.
Attest W. Fauns, Cork and Agent.
..... .... 66 00
... ...... 12 00
......... 45 00
. 4 I 3
....... 47 00
Seloot Schools for Boys and Girls
...... 49 15
. 415 00
FRONT STREET ABOVE LOCUST.
FrHE Fall term of ROBERT iII'ELWEEt
L Sohool for boys, will open on the first Monday in
September. The room Is well ventilated, oomfbrtably
furnished, and in every respect adapted for school par-
CATHARINB M'ELWEE'S Scheel for girbyloestel
the same building, will open for the Fall term in the dame
time. The room has been elegantly fitted up to promote
he health and comlbrt of scholars. ang22dif
. 172 64
... 207 89
...... 9 lu
....... ..... 1,078 85
OFFERS his services to the citizens o
Harrisburg and its vicinity; He solicits a share o
the public patronage, and gives temntnce that his best
endeavors shall be given.to rend r satisfaction in his pro
fession. Being anold, well tried dentist, he feels safe In
nviting the public generally to call on him, assuring
hem that they will not be dissatisfied with his services,
Woe No. 128 Market street, in the house formerly oc
cupied, by Jacobß. Eby, near the United States Hotel,
Harrisburg, Pa. myB.dly
„ , , 1 75
.... 78 47
,„, 78 18
,„. 27 76
„ „ 84 18
STAGE LINE FOR GETTYSBURG
FARE REDUCED TO $1.25 THROUGH TO
MR) undersigned has established a
1 regular LINE OF MOE OUCH from bleintanica
burg, ommeoliogevery other morning with the_Cumber.
andNalley Railroad oars.. The ocamhes leave every
very Tuesday, .Thursday tot Saturday, returning every
her day. Paseengen for SheliEmrd sown, trill snug
timbers arid Eler,yrourg are earried at r+tc+Jett taws
at lilt - Wit. J..T.krz:f
DR. T. J. MILES,
THE NEW REMEDY FOR'
A NEW ERMEDY, roe
& CERTAIN REMEDY, I
AHED:NAME CE &VEEP WD;
Ne mAriza HOW STUBBORN,
HOW LONG ,STA.NDINI
WHAT IT HAS DONE,
IT WILL DO AGAIN.
THE BEST TESTIMONY,
BEST MIEDIOAL ALITHOBITT.
PATIENTS BEL IS
[oollcsa. Hoemu, Reams]
Rut 19,1880,—fines S., at. 28, single, never
Strong. Two years ago she had anattadrof acute el
tism,trom which she was confined to her bed fort e
and subsegenty from arelaporfer fournote. cue ,
*ell since then till last Bator day, while engaged '
cleaning, she took cold, hadvain in her boar; f
hot bad no decided chill. Two days Meeker'
gab so swell; which was foliated by swelling
knee Joints and of the bands. She has n di
piindn her shoulders; and her knucklesate very , di
r$ and painful; both hands• are affected, but th
is most, so.. This, then, is a case of acute rho • •, c
as it is now fashionably called; rheumatic fever.. is
well remaraed typical ease. We will atreittily the
case, and from time to time call your attention to -
ous symptoms which present themselves. •My Ohl -
In bringing her before you now, is 'to call atten to. '
remedy which bas .recently been recommended the
treatment of rheumatism. I man propylanalso Dr.
awenarius, of St. Petersburg, vecommende It the
highest terms, having derived great caeca from - use
in 250 cases which came under-bii.•ure- Vera obm
-thendatory testimontats ra4peotin 1t balk, a , , in
our,iournakand4 profited , trier etere ether
trial. 'moat confess lam always incredukies the
worth of new remedies, which are vaunted a eg ,
but this comes to us recommended so highly, ate, we
are bound to give it a trial. • •
SAMECASE FOUR DAYS LATICRi'i,
MAT 23,1g60riwill now exhibit to you the' tfer
whom I prescribed Propyhunine, andwas then °r
ing under an attack et acute rheumatism. •Sh has
steadily taken it in doses of three grains every two ours
((intermitting it at night.). The day after you saw r, I
found her much more comfortable, batter than eh ex.
peered to be for a week or-more, judging from her her
attack. (The patient now walked into the mom) he
Improvement has steadily .progressed , and • ysit of
fail to notice a Marked 'change in the' appeitradoe of er
Joints, which are now nearly all of their natural sti
Thus far our experiment would have eeemed.! very/ (K.
restful ilon, gentlemen, we must wait a little whili
fore we can give a deddeCopinion as 40 what is
the result. .
Here is another patient who was placed on the Of
the same medkine on Sunday last ; She has long ben'
sulfuring kerne brook rheumatism, and I found h at
that time with an acute attack eupervening upon her ,
chronic affaction. The wrists and kinckles were eh
swollen and tense. She took the chloride of Pr -
mine in three grain dines every two hours, and yo 11
perceive that the swelling of the Joints has mach
THREE DAYS LATER
MAY Y6,lB6o.—This is the Case of acute rheum
treated with propylamine, the first of those to w , I
called your attention al our last clinic. She is still ery
comfortable ; and is now taking three grains thrice • y.
In this case it has seemed to be followed by very
isfactory results. The second °MO to which your a .
don was called at our last lecture, has also - oontinu - to
do weir I will now bring before you a very oharaot r
hino case of acute rheumatism, and If the result bee
factory, I think, as good jurymen, we Emil justly rend
our verdict in favor of propylamine
He is a seaman, mt. 26, who was admitted a few de •
ago. Has had ocaasional rheumatic mina, but not so
I. keep his bed, until eight days ago. The pains beg
In his right knee, subsequently affected the 'enamel), an
later, the Joints of the upper extremities. These Join
are all swollen, tense and tender.. His tongue laturred
his akin, at present! dry, thOligh,thiare han,fbeele. much
sweating. His pulls Isfoll aid strong, and abbit 90.
He has now used propylaeum fbr twenty-four hours.•
This gentleman is what may be Called a strlatlYlipield
case of acute rheumatism. There was exposure to cold
and wet, and this exposure is, followed by a libeling of
coldness, severe articular pain, beginning, as it usually
,does, in the Ipwer Joints. ..Thearkis feve .and thrinnitti ,
sweatingongeriikalfgattiandatt oix . eatalrh temn
'.. I did briniftlitaluttietit miftife you the — I Men.
lion of giving you &lecture all the points oonuted.
'with rheumatism, • but . to mina glin id' the
now remedy we are tasting, antf.tolexhitrit . to-tyowiti t
typical case, as I have celled It, than which there co add
not be a fairer opportunity-log_taidbagne
question. We aro, theretbreotioldit*ldlirnee of all
ether medicines, even anodynes, that there may. be no
unigivingaaii to whleh:Weis the - eleclent::romedy `! Yob •
shall see the case ot.a fidemir :1 it
. ... 146
. . ... 148
jinni 9,1860.—The nextfOr \our' eMiveleikeutte the
sale of acnterheurnatism before you at our clinic of May
98th, which I then called , a, typical case, and which it
was remarked wail a fair' oppOrtanity for hiding the
worth of our new remedy,. It was therefore - steadily
given in three grain doses everytwo hours for tour days.
The patient has got along very nicely, and is now able to
walkabout, as you see. Ido not hesitate toty that I
- have neves seen as severe case of wade' rheumatism
so soon restored to health as this man has been, and
without being prepared todecidepoeltlye by as to the val.
ue of the remedy we have used, I feel bound to state
that in the cases in which we have tried the Ohloride o
PrOpylandee, the patients nave regained their health
much earlier than under the treatment, ordinarily pur
sued. I wish gentlemen, you would yourselves try it,
and report the results.
_ Fora full report et, which the above Is I eondensed ;
°stria, see the Philadelphli Medical and Sargiosi &
poker. It is the report after a lair trial by the bast med
ical authority in thls country, and makes Ittmnsaiessary,
t4l give numerous certificates from astonished doctors
and rejoicing patients.
.... $lBO 01
.... 150 78
.... "199 85
.... 142 7-1
.... /08 00
• 74 45
• 82 90
.... 104 57
.... 186 81
.... 185 78
• 159 99
A SPEEDY CURE,
AN EFFECTUAL CURE
THE BADE RESULT
WHAT IT HAS HONE,
Bullock & Crenshaw, a firm wall imown:to mostimedl
calMon, by whom the Elixir Propylamine has been in.
traduced, have sold to us the exclusive right to mambo.
ture It according to the original recipi, and we have
made arrangements or such •magnitude as to emblems
to scatter tt broadcast amongst Sollericorhunuodter.
IL you prefer to nee.the ism remedy in another foim
We Invite your attention to the
Pllll.lollSerAusiD Mini= PROPTILIiien 3
Pelts minaauxin OpireurunD,
Puna lowa pnorrwuns,
of which we are thesole Pialiaract!qaret
OgrWe ehdm no other virtue for the Elixir Propyhrtne
than hi Ciyetellied Chloride or Prapy
TEE ELIII3 IS
AND MAY BE TAKEN,
ACOOS.DING TO =MOTIONS,
BY ANY ONE;
BY BURY ONl i
WHO HAS RHEUMATISM OF ANY KIND. •
So Harrisburg sy, .
I,s 75 an, ♦ soma.
Orders may be addressed to
Office, Room No. 4,
S. W..Cor. Fourth and Gbeeneletreole,
Or to either:of:the following
DOGXOEL :1 1
IN EPBRY ass',
IT WILL DO . AGAIN
A WORD TO DOUIOI3B.
• MORE CONVENIENT_ _ ,
AND ALWAYS 'READY
FOR IMMRIRATII USE,
BULLOCK & ORISKSHAW,
FRENCH, ERCHARDB & 00..
'JOHN IK. BMUS
GEO. WETS:KRELL &
PETER T. *REM '&1:10: .
lb Di:troy—Rain, Roaches, &o.
lb Destroy—Mice. Moles, and Ants.
lb Destroy—Moths in Furs, Clothes, '&o.
lb Destroy---Mosquitoes and Pleas.
lb Destroy--Insects on Plants and Fowls.
To Destroy—lnsects on Animals, &c.
2b Destm---Every form and specie of Vermin
" CC>eitEtr yll399
'.'ONLY INFALLIB:Lit REMEDIES KNOWN.'
" MB*" 11117 AMY
EVERY FORM AND SPECIES OF
Those Preparations (unlike all others) are
"Free from Poisons."
"Not dangerous to the Human Family."
"Bats do not die on the ptemises."
"They come out of their holes to die."
"They are the only infallible remedies
"12 years arid more established in New York
u_ 40 .4--the City Poet Office.
.„.usedel--,the City Prism and Station Houses
wed by—t l .4B City Steamers, Ships, &c.
Ural-by—the <its) , Hospitals, Alms-Homes,
Used by--thebitytiatels- 1 /istor'—‘Bt.Nioho
les,' , /ko. •
Used by—the Boarding !tones, Ase., &c;
Used by—more than 60,000 Primate Families.
Or&e one or two' Spicing= of what is every:sham
send by the People--Editors—Dealers,
HOUSEKEEPERS—troubIed wish ; vermin
need be so no longer, if they use "Coma's"
Exterminator& We have used it to our satis
faction, and if a box cost $6 we would have it.
We had tried poisons, but they effected nothing;
but "comas" article knocks the breath out
of Rain, Mice, Boacheir and Bed-Bugs, quicker
than we can write it. It la in great demand
all over the country.--Maina '(0.) Gazette.
MORE GRAIN and provisions are destroyed
annually in Grant county by vermin than
would pay for tons of this Eat and Insect .Killer.
Lascaskr ( Wis.) Herald.
HENRY R COSTAR—We are selling your
preparations rapidly. Wherever they have been
used, Rat% dice, Roaches and Vermin disappear
rapidly. . Emma & &mums,
• • Druggists, Windsor, Md.
"Costar's" Bat, Bosch, Bte. Exterminator.
4 ` Cafit#'3" • •
"Costage" Bed-bog lixterridnator . •
" poebleallbe:Oseter-ledrsm - disr
Is 240. AZD ; $l,OO ) , Boxag, amass Aso PLUM, SS
SS 134211 Nos PLAwsmoso, Sam; Boma, EMU, •
To prevent the.pnblic from being
inipoeed upon by ..iporioas and Ay* Panics' ans
inritatiens, u new label has been prepared, bear
ing a foe simile of the Penprietor's signature.—
Examine each box, bottle, or flask carefully be
-forn,porchasing,•and take nothing bat , XOOB
F Sold itowytolsere—by
AU WHO Daucionrs in the large elites.
Some of the'
Wholesale Agents in New York City.
Schiegelin Brothers & Co.
B. A. Fidineetook, Hull & Co.
A. B. & D. Sands & Co.
` Wheeler & Hart.
James S. Aspinwah.
Morgan & Allen.
Hall, Backe]. & Co. ,
Thomas 86 Fuller.
P. D. Orvis.
• Harrel, Risley & Kitchen.
Push. Gale & Robinson.
M.Vard, Close & Co.
MelOssim & Robbins.
D. B:Bathes & Co.
F. O. Wells & Co.
'Dwane, Marsh & Gardner.
Hall, Dixon & Co. •
Conrad Fox—AND maces. ,
T. W. Dyoit & Co.
B. A. Fahnestock & Co.
Robert Shoemaker & Co.
French, Richards & Co., —AND miss.
Dimness, Gimes, SrounniPmes and Rum
nal gentailly in all COMMIT TOWNS and
Ticrzotais in the
• MUTED STATES.
I r & , ki by
D. W. Gross & Co.,
• Principal Wholesale and Retail Agents at
Harrisburg, and by the DaurKum, &oars
roanias and Ra=umur generally.
GO MT Dies can other as above.
Or address orders direct—[or if Price,
Terrbs, &c., is desired, (W' send for
 Oirczdar, giving reduced. Prices]
HENRY R. COSTAR.
Paniairm, Deopor—No. 512•Broadway--(Oppo
eite the StANiohohis:HOtela Now York.
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FOR PURIFYING THE BLOOD.
AND for the speedy ours of the sub
tailed varieties of Disease :
Sorenla and Scrofulous Affection such
as Tumors, Ulcers, Sores, Eruptions,
Pimples, Pustules, Blotches, Boils,
Blain, and all Skin Diseases.
Othathn, Ind., Bth June, 1869.
J. 0. ATM Gents : I It my duty to ackuowl•
edge what your Sarsaparilla has done for me. Having
Inherited a Scrofulous infection, I have suffered from it
in various ways for years. Sometimes it burst ont in 111
Ulcers on my, hands and arms ; sometimes turned in
ware and distressed me at the stomach. Two years ago
it broth out on my had and covered my scalp and ears
with one sore whleh was painful and loathsome beyond
description tried many medic:nes and several physi
cians, but without much relief from any thin. In fact,
the disorder grew worse. At length 1 was redolent to
read In the Nospel Messenger that you bad prepared an
alternative (Sarsaparilla,) for I knew trout your rep.
station that any thing you made must be good. I sent
to Cincinnati and got it, and used it till it cured me. 1
took it, as you advise,in email doses of a teaspoonful
over a month, and us ed almost three bottles. New and
healthy the 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 inom my system.
You tun well believe that 1 feel what I am saying when
tell you, that I hold you to be one of the a, cedes of the
age, and remain ever gratefully. Yours,
ALFRIID B. TA LLkY.
St. Anthony's Fire, Rose' or Erysipelas,
Tettm and Salt Rheum, Scald Head
Ringworm, Sore Eyes, Dropsy. -
Dr. &siert M. Preble writes trout Salem, N.Y., 12th .
Sep., 1869, that he nes cured an Inveterate case of Drop.
sy, which threatened to terminate fatally, by the perse
vering use of our Sarsaparilla, and also a dangerous at.
tack of Malignant arysipeles by large dotes of the same_
says he oures the common Eruptions by it oonstaetly.
Rronehooele, Goitre or Swelled Neck.
Zabulim Sloan of Prospect,Yesea, writes : "Three bot
tles of your Sarsaparilla cured me from a Gerras—a hid
eous swelling on the nech, which I had suffered from
over two years."
C. K. Keller,
5: 4 1862 -
Leueorrhom or Whites, ()sari= Tumor,
Uterine Uleeration,Fwzale Diseases.
Dr. J. B. S. Channing, of New York Ply, write, i "
Most cheerfully comply with the respect of your agent
in saying I have found your sarsaparilla a most excellent
alternative in the numerous complaints kir which we em
ploy such a remedy, but especially in hum& Threarea of
the Scrofaious diathesis. 1 hAve cured many Inveter ate
oases of Leuoorrhaia by it, and some wnere the com
plaint was Caused by ulceration. the Warw. The ul
ceration itself was soon mired- Nothing within my
knowledge equals it for these female derangements."
Edward S. Harrow, of Newbury, Ala., writes, "A dan
gerous ovarian hater - on one of the retinues in my Madly,
which had dotted all Me remedies we could amp*
at length been completely cured by your iWroot of mar rapirilla. Our physician thought nothing but eitirmi
tlen mead afford relief, but he advised Um trial of your
BaraaparUla as the last resort before cutting, and it
proved effectuid. After taking your remedy elgnt weeks
no symptom of the disease remains."
Syphilis and Mercurial Disease).
Issw ; Osumi, 25th August, 1959.
Dr. J. C. Area : ar, I cheerfully comply with the re.
quota of your agent, and report to you some of the effects
I have realised with your narsapotila.
1 have cured with It, in my practice, most of the com
plaints for which it is recommended, and have found
effects truly wonderful in use cure of general and Mer
curial Dirrases. tine of my pathmts wad Syphilitic ulcers
m his throaty which were consuming his palate and the
top of his mown. Your Sarsaparilla, steadily taken,
cured him in live week. Another was attacked by sec.
oudary symptoms in hie nose, and the ulceration had eat
en away a considerable part of it, so that I believe the
disorder would soon reach his brain and kW him. But it
yielded to my adrutuburation of your Sarsaparilla : the
ulcers healed, and he is well scam, not of course without
some diatigaration to his face. A woman who had been
treated Or the same disorder by mercury wai suffering
from this poison in her bones. limy had become so
sensitive to the weather that on • damp day she suilered
excruciating pain in her joints and bones. She, too, was
cured entirely by your darsapardis is a few weeks. 1
know from its formula, which you agent gave me, that
this preparation from your laboratory must be a great
remedy ; consorttly, them truly remarkable results
whit it have net s en ummed me.
G. V. Lsentusaot.n.
Rheumatism, Gout, Liver Complaint.
Domrstonalos, Preston Do., Va., 6thloly, 1959.
Da. J. C. Mee: Sir, I have been afflicted with a pain.
ful chronic Rheumatism for a long time„ which baffled'
the oda of physicians, and stuck to me in spite of ail the
remedlestandd fin ; until I tried Year Rama &rills.—
. 1•-come . .4 - ..... - Intwo-wiipeks.. and my gen
did health so Muth that I am far better than , before 1
was atteriked. I think It a wonderful atedichM
ihtles Y. (Mewl, of St. Louis. writes : "I have been
afflicted for years with 'an affection of the Liver, which
destroyed my health. I tried every Wing, and every
Wing Jailed to relieve me ; and I have been a broken
down main for some years irom no ther cause than de
ramming" the Liver. .My beloved pastor, the Bev. Mr.
Espy, advised me to try your Sarsaparrilla, biome he
mid he knew you, and anything you made was worth
trying. •By the blessing of God it 13118 cured me. 1 feel
young again. The best that can be said of you Is not
half goad onougu.,,
Behirras, Cancer Tumors, Enlargement,
Ulceration, Caries and Exfoliation of
A great variety of cams have been reported to ne
where cures of Mese formidable complaints have result
form the use of this remedy, but one apace here will not
admit them. Som, of them may be found in onr Amer•
can almanac, welch the agitate below named are pleased
to Milian gratis to all who call for them.
Dyspepsia, Heart Disease, Fits, Epilep
. sy, Melancholy, Neuralgia,
hanyremarkable our of these affections have,been
lade by the altereadvepower of this medicine. h stim
ulates the vitalfunctions into vigorous action, and thus
overcomes disorders widen would be supposed beyond
its reach.. Such a remedy bee bean required by- the ne
cessities of the people, and we are confident that Ms will
do for them all that medicine oan do.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
• FOR TSB ILLPID/CUREIOP
(loughs, Colds, Influenza,. Hoarseness ,
Croup, Bronchitis, Incipient Con
sumptiAn, and for the Belief
of Consumptive Patients
in advanced Stages
of the Disease
This les remedy so universally known to surpass any
other for the cure et throat and lung complaints, that It is
useleurhere to publish the evidence of ita virtues. Its
unrivalled excellence for coughs and colds, and its truly
wonderiul cures of pulmonary Weems, have made it
Imown throughout the civilised nations of the earth.—
Pew are the communities ,or even famillea, among them
who have not some personal experience of ita effects.—
some living trophy in their mast of its victory over the
subtle and dangerous disorders of the throat and lungs.
Al all know the drasatul fatality of these disorders, and
as they know, too, the effects of this remedy, we need not
do more than to assure them teat it has now all the vir
tues that it did have when making the cures which have
won so strasgly upon the confidence of mankind.
prepared by Dr. J. O. AYER dc CO.,
Sold by 0.A.: Bannvert, O. H.,.Heller, D. W. Grose &
00., J. Y . Lutz, & Co ., Armstrong , Berrt.burg, and deal.
ers every where.
nAVID RA.YNES, 110 MARKET, ST.
X/ HARRISBURG, Agent for
Wrought end Chilled Inn Fire end Burglar Proof
e ONLY Mercantile Sate made,
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BANKING STOCK, BILL AND COLLECTING °MOB
Has been removed from No. 28 Second St
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MAMMY NOM TAKEN AT PAR.
PE Fresh Ground and Whole 6pice,
Pepper, Alapice, Clnnamon,, Nutmegs and Mace, at
NICHOLS & BOWMAN'S,
carver Front aed Marketr Meets.
CELEBRATF, I DANDELIoN • uuFFEE.
This geed, inttrlttons, and One flavored coffee, is
nowiofferegl for sale vel7 low by -
=moth & BQWXAN,
t gl corneiFroon andlinrkei slaws.
ioling 1? , (Eros'eve.
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ors NECIMSITY IN EVERY HOUSEHOLD.
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is the only article of the kind ever produced which
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IT WILL MEND WOOD,
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Saxe the pieces of that expensive Cut Clue fam e
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Doa't th r ow away that broken 'lvory Pa; It is easily re
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No matter If that broken Pitcher did not mat tan a abll
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ult is always ready ; this commends Well . to
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VAN per year owes to every Dimity by e 3
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Prigs 26 Cents per Bottle.
Price 25 Cents per Bottle.
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TERMS CAS El .
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ly throughout the country.
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(Sole Mau ufsetarerso
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contraction and expansion of Tin and other semi itoo l, l
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R sell so! MACE IN COLD OR RUN IN WAIT
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every description, from its great ehiStiCity, i 3 not mil
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lime materials are ADAPTED TO tit CIDIAITS, and we
are prepared to supply orders from any part of the
notice, U co o.
try, at short tor HUT PERCHA ROCIEDO!'
rolls , regd=ed for use, and OtP A PE RCEbt
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sus sisNomorussits ,
Wholesale Warehouse 78 William 5t.,04
Opener of LibertY Street- txf 011
apapniidcoZoi.ces. will be
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