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THE NEW REMEDY FOR
a MEW REMEDY,
A CERTAIN REMEDY, FOR
RHEUMATISM OE EVERY HIND;
No mama HOW STUBBORN,
HOW LONG STANDING,
WHAT IT HAS DONE,
IT WILL DO AGAIN,
IRE REST TESTIMONY,
BEST MEDICAL AUTHORITY.
DOCTORS KNOW IT,
PATIENTS BELIEVE IT,
TRII.t.D AND TRUE.
[FROM OFFICIAL HoserrAL ftspoßmid
fdAY 19, 1880,—Ellea S., let. 28, single, never was very
Strong. Two years ago she had an attack of acute rheuma-
Sam,trom which she was confined to her bed for two weeks
and subseeenty from a relapse fer four snore. She has been
well since then till last Bater day, while engaged in house
cleaning, she took cold, had pain in her back, felt cold,
hot had so decided chill. Two days later her ankles be
gan au swell, which was followed by swelling of the
knee pulls and of the hands. She has now dull
pain in her shoulders, and her knuckles are very tender,
red and painful ; both bands are affected, but the right
Is most so. This, then, Is a case of acute rheumatism, or,
as it Is now fashionably called, rheumatic fever. It is a
well remarked typical ease We will carefully watch the
case, and Iron] time to time call your attention to the vari
ous symptoms which present themselves. My chief object
In bringing her before you now, is to call attention to a
remedy which has recently been recommended in the
treatment of rheumatism. I man propyiuminc. Dr.
Awed /trills, of St. Petersburg, recommends it in the
highest terms, having derived great nenetlt from its use
Cu 260 cases which came under his care. Various com
mendatory testimonials respecting it have appeared in
our journals, and I propose therefore to give it another
trial. I must confess lam always incredulous as to the
worth of new remedies, which are vaunted as specifics ;
but this cornea to us recommended so highly, that we
are bound to give it a trial.
SAME CASE FOUR DAYS LATER !
failtiav 1860.—1 will now exhibit to you the patient for
whom I prescribed Propylamiue, and wa s then labor
ing under an 'attack of acute rheumatism. She has
steadily taken it in doses of three grants every two hours
(intermitting it at night.) The day after you saw her, 1
mond her much more comfortable, better than she ex
pected to be for a week or more, judging from her other
attack. (The patient now walked into the room.) The
improvement has steadily progressed, and you cannot
fail to notice a marked change in the appearance of her
'joints, which arc new nearly all of their natural sire.
VIEW far our experiment would have seemed very sue
easeful ; but, gentlemen, we must wait a little while be
fore we can give a decided opinion an to what is to he
Rare is another patient who was placed on the use of
~:at same medicine on Sunday last ; she has Mug been
suffering from e mule rheumatism, and I Found her at
that time with an acme attack supervening upon her
chronic affection. The wrists and knuckles were much
swollen and tete°. She took the chloride of Propyla
mine in three grain doses every two hours, and you will
perceive that the nweiling of the joints has much dimin
THREE DAYS LATER!!
MAY 26, 1850.—This is the case of acute rheumatism
treausa with propyiamine, the nrst of those to which I
called your attention at our last clinic. She is still very
comfortable, and is now taking three grains thrice daily.
In this case it has seemed to be followed by very ...at-
Isfactory resells. The .second case to which your atten
tion was called at our last lecture, has also continued to
do welt I will now bring before you a very character
istic ease of acute ibaumaLism, and if the result be sat.
factory, I think, as good jurymen, we snail justly render
our verdict in favor cf propylamin
He fs a seaman, mt. 211, who was admitted a few days
ago. Has had occasional rheumatic pame, but not so as
to keep his bed, until eight days ago. The pains began
in his right knee, subsequently affected the left knee, and
later, the joints of the upper extremities. These joints
are all swollen, tense and tender. His tongue is furred ;
his skin, at present dry, thougn there has boon muc h
Meeting. His pulse is foil and strong, and about N.
Ile has now used propylamine for twenty-four hours.
This gentleman is what may be called a strictly typical
case of acute rheumatism. There was exposure to cold
and wet, and this exposure is followed by a feeling of
Coldness, severe articular pain, beginning, as it usually
does, in the lower joints. There is fever and the profuse
aweating,ao generally attiendant on acute rheumatism.
I did not bring thispatient before you with the inten
tion of giving you a lecture on ad the points connected
with rheumatism, but to again give a trial to the
new remedy we are testing, and to exhibit to you this
typical case, as I have called it, than which there co uld
not be a fairer opportunity for testing the medicine in
question. We are, therefore, avoiding the use of all
ether medicines, eVall anodynes, that there may be no
misgivings as to which was the efficient remedy. You
shall Bee the case ei a future clinic.
A FAVORABLE VERDICT
Juaddi, INC.—The nest of our convalescents is the
use of acute rheumatism before you at our clinic of May
98th, whieh I then called a typical case, and which it
Was remarked was a fair opportunity for testing the
worth of our new remedy, It was therefore steadily
given in three grain doses every two hours for four days.
The patient has got along very nicely, and is now able to
walk about, as you see. Ido not hesitate to say that I
have nevea seen as severe a case of acute ritestuatisol
so soon restored to health as this man has been, and
without being prepared to decide positive by us to the val.
uo of the remedy we have used, I feel bound to state
that in the cases in which we have tried the Chloride o
Propylamine, the patienti hive regained their health
much earlier than under the treatment ordinarily pur
sued. I wish gentlemen, you would yourselves try it,
and report the results,
For a full report of which the above is a eoudeused
extract, see the Philadelphia Medical and Surgical Re
porter. It is the report after a fair trial by the best med
ical authority in this country, and makes it unnecessary
to give numerous c ernficates from astonished doctors
end rejoicing pants.
AN EFFECTUA L CURE
THE SAbLE R,BULT
WHAT IT lIAN DONE,
Bullock fa Crenshaw, a ttrm well known to most medi
cal men, by whom the Ellair Propylamine has been in.
traduced, have sold to us the exclusive right to manufac
ture It according to the original recipe, and wo have
made arrangements of such magnitud6 as to enable us
to scatter it broadcast amongst suffering humanity.
A WORD TO Douroils
If you prefer to use the seine ereedy in another form
we invite your attention to the
Pt= OSTIIITALIZED CEILOSIDI PROPTIAMINI
PUBS PIOYYLAYUNII CONCIIINTRATIID,
Of which we are the sole manufacturers.
sa-We claim no other virtue for the Elixir Propylaraine
than is contained in;Pure Crystallead ChloritieLof Propy
amine. _ •
AND MAY BE TAKEN,
AGEOADING TO DIRECTIONS,
BY ANY ONE,
ItY EVERY ONEI
WHO RAUIiE.IJMAnsw_oF ANY RIND.
801 d in Harrisburg by
AT 76 ere. A BOTIII
, Ordertmay be addressed to
aPROPYLAIIINZ MANUFACTURING C 0.,"
Mot, Room No. 4,
It W. Cor. Fourth and Cnosnut streets,
Ur to either of the following
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PENNSYLVANIA RAIL ROAD
SUMMER TIME TABLE.
FIVE TRAINS DAILY TO AND
WILL OnNQUER IT,
WILL CUR IT,
The Passenger Trains of the Pennsylvania Railroad
Company will depart from and arrive at Harrisburg and
Philadelphia as follows :
DOCTORS TRY IT.
THROUGH EXPRESS TRAIN lesws Harrisburg daily
at 1 15 a. in., and arrives at West Philadelphia at 5.10
FAST LINE leaves Harrisburg daily, (except Monday,)
at 30 a. m., and arrives at West Philadelphia at 9.95
FAST MAIL TRAIN loaves Harrisburg daily (except
Sunday) at 1.20 p. m., and arrives at West Philadelphia
at 5.25 p. m.
ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, rim Mount Joy, leaves
Harrisburg at 7.00 a. m., and arrives al West Fbila
delptila at 12.25 p. m.
HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, via Colum
bia, leaves Harrisburg at 4.10 p. in.. and arrives at West
Philadelphia at 925 p. m.
THROUGH EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Philadelphia. at
10.35 p. m., Harrisburg at. 3.00 a. m., Altoona 8.10, a. m.
and arrives at Pittsburg at 12.35 p. In.
MAIL TRAIN leaves Philadelphia at 7.15 a. m., and ar
rives at Harrisburg at 12.30 p. m.; leaves Harrisburg at
1.00 p. m., Altoona, 7,00 p. m., and arrives at Pittsburg
at 12.15 a. m.
FAST LINE 189.903 Phliadelphia at 11.30 a. m., Mats
burg 3.45 p. m., Altoona at 8.20 p. m., and arriving at
Pittsburg at 12.45 a. m.
HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION TRAIN leaves Phil.
delphia at 2.30 p. in., arid arrivws at Harrisburg at 8.10
MOUNT JOY ACCOMMODATION via Mount Joy leaves
Lancaster at 10.00 a. m., arrives at Harrisburg at 12.40
SAMUEL D. YOUNG,
Runt. East, lliv. Poona. Railroad
Harriet:aim May 2, 1882 —dtf
Alit LINE ROUTE.
TRINE TRAINS DAILY TO NEW YORK,
QuN AND AFTER MONDAY, MAY sth,
1862, the Passenger Trains will leave the Ma
de nia ano Reading Railroad Depot, at Harrisburg, tor
New York and Philadelphia, as follow, via!
EXPRESS LINE leaves Harrisburg at 1.26 a. m., on ar
rival of Pennsylvania Railroad Express Train from the
West, arriving in New York at 8.15. a.m., and RV:Phila.'
delphis at 9.00 a. m. A sleeping car is attached to the
train through from Pittsburg without change.
MAIL TRAIN leaves Harrisburg at 8.00 a. in., arriving
in Now York at 5.30 p. m., and Philadelphia at 1.25 p. m.
FART LINE leaves Harrisburg at 1.40 p. on arrival
of Pennsylvania Railroad Fast Mall, arriving in New
York at 9.50 p. m.. and Philadelphia at 6.4 1 3. p. m.
FAST ISNF loaves New York at 6a. un, and Philade
vita at 8 a. m. arriving at Harrisburg at I p. in.
NAIL TRAIN leaves New York at 12.06 noon, and Phil.
adelphis at 8. 18 p. in., arriving at Harrisburg at 8.10
EXPRESS LINE leaves New York at 8 p. m. arri
ving at Harrisburg at 3.00 a. m., and connecting with the
Pennsylvania Express Train for Plttabnrg. A sleeping
car is also attached to this train.
Connections are made at Harrisburg with trams on the
Pennsylvania, Northern Central and Cumberland Valley
Railroads, and at Reading for Philadelphia, Pottsville,
Wilkesbarre, Allentown, Easton, &o.
Baggage checked through. Faro between Now York
and Harrisburg, $5 00; between Harrisburg and Phila.
delphia . , $3 25 in No. 1 cars, and $2 70 in No. 2.
For tickets or other information apply to
J. J. CLYDE,
my3-dtf General Agent, Harrisburg,
Northern Central Railway
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
Close. Connection made at Harrisburg
TO AND FROM NEW YORK.
SLEEPING CARS RUN ON ALL NIGHT TRAINS.
ON AND AFTER MONDAY, MAY sth,
VI 1862, the Passenger Trim of the Northern Central
Railway will arrive at and depart from Harrisburg and
Baltimore as fellows, viz :
MAIL TRAIN arrives at Harrisburg 1.00 P. M.
and leaven " 1.15 F. M
MUSS " arrives at " 12.55 A.. 31
and leaves 1.16 A. M.
MAIL TRAIN leaves Baltimore at 8.20 A. M.
and arrives at Harrisburg 12.45 P. M.
and leaves North at 1.15 P. DI.
EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Bal imore 9.80 P. M.
and are lives at Harrisburg.... 2.45 A. M.
:and leaves North at 3.06 A.
HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION TRAIN.
eaves Harrisburg for Baltimore at —.7.80 A. AL
Returning—leaves Baltimore at........ 3 00 P. M.
IN EVERY CASE,
IT WILL DO AGAIN
The only train leaving Harrisburg on Sunday will be
the Harrisburg n caommedatit n Train, Santa at 7.t0 A. M.
For further information apply at the Office, in Pennsyl
vania Railroad Depot.
Harrisburg, slay 3,18021 y
1862. SUMMER 1862
CUMBERLAND VALLEY AND FRANKLI
CHANGE OF HOURS.—On and after
Mondav i Slav sth, 1862, Pasenger Trains Will rap
dAily, as follows, (sundays Exoeptea :),
For Chambersburg and Harrisburg
MORE CON V r NUM,
AND ALW AYS HEALY
FOR IMMEDIATE USE,
- P. Mil
Leave Hagerstown, 7004. X. 2
Greencastle.,,,.... ..... .. ..... 7 8 7 335
.. 1 . : rrive .
a . t. 817 420
1 . Leave at.. ..... 830 12 55
........9 00 127
" ••• •••• •—• ...... 932 200
Car]lsle 10 10 290
" Mechanicsburg 10 42 312
Arrive at Harrisburg 11 15 340
kFor Chantbershurg and Hagerstown:
.A. M. P.
La Ivo Harrisburg
...... ...8 05 1 spc
Mechanicsburg . ... 847 215
" Carlble 9 '-7 265
" Newville 70 02 329
" Shiopensburg ....I0 33 400
Chanibersburg . .Arrive.ll 00 429
" Chamhersburg I esve..ll 10 449
" Greencastle 11. 65 530
Arrive at Hagerstown 12 35 610
0. N. LULL Sup't.
R. R. Office, CharnbersbUrg, May 1, ]862.-dly
TRIPOLI, Washing Blue,
U• S• Indigo, Bengal andEtighib, for sale by
ON AND AFTER
MONDAY MAY sth, 1862
THANT MINH DAILY TO AND DIOS
NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
corner Zroni and Markel Wad%
petutspluania Elattg eettgrapth Iri6al2 afternoon, „thug 16, 1662
To Destroy—Rate, Roaches, &c.
70 Destroy—Mice, Moles, and Ants.
To Destroy—Moths in Furs, Clothes, &c.
To Destroy—Mosquitoes and Fleas.
25 Destroy—lnsects;ion Plants and Fowls.
To Destroy—lnsects on Animals, &o.
To Destroy—Every form and specie of Vermin
"ONLY INFALLIBLE REBIEDIES KNOWN.'i
EVERY FORM AND SPECIES OF
Those Preparations (unlike all others) are
"Free from Poisons."
"Not dangerous to the Human Family."
"Rats do not die on the premises."
"They come out of their holes to die."
"They are the only infallible remedies
"12 years and more established in New York
Used by—the City Post Office: •
Used by—the City Prisons and Station Houses.
Used by —the City Steamers; Ships, Ste.
Used by—the City Hospitals, Alms-Houses,
Used by—the City Hotels—`Astor'—'St.Nicho
Used by—the Boarding Homes. &a. &o.
Used by—more than 60,000 Private ,
fir See one or two Specimens of what fa everywhere
said by the People--Editors-11ealers, Bfc.
HOUSEKEEPERS—troubIed wilh vermin
need be so no longer, if they use "Coma's"
Exterminators. We have used it to our satis
faction, and if a box cost $5 we would have it.
hadWe tried poisons, but they dffected nothing ;
but "Coarea's" article knocks the breath out
of Rats, Mice, Roaches and Bed-130gs, quicker
than we can write it. It is in great demand
all over the country.—Medina (0.) Oases.
MORE GRAIN and provisions are destroyed
annually in Grant county by vermin, than
would pay for tons of this Rat and Insect Killer.
Lancaster (Wis.) Herald.
HENRY R. COSTAR—We, are selling your
preparations rapidly. Wherever they have been
used, Rats, Mice, Roaches'and Vermin disappear
rapidly. Earn & STOTIMa,
Druggists, Windsor, Md.
"Costar's" Rat, Roach, /to. Exterminator.
"Costar's" Bed-bug Exterminator.
" Costar's" Electric Powder, for Insects, Btc.
Ix 26c. 50c. AN $l,OO Bows.. BOUM so FLABICS 53
55 Saes FOR PLANTATIOro,, 'BELPO, BOATS, 1101113.13,
hay sio. •
CAUTION !I To prevent the public from being
imposed upon by and Highly Pernicious
Imitations, a new label has been prepared, bear
ing a fac simile of the Proprietor's signature.—
Examine each box, bottled,or flask carefully be
fore purchasing, and take nothing but "Cos
All WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS in the large cities
Some of the
Wholesale Agents in New York City
Schieffelin Brothers & Co.
B. A. Fahnestook, Hull & Co.
A. B. & D. Sands & Co.
Wheeler Sr. Hart.
James S. Aspinwall.
Morgan & Allen.
Hall, Ruckel & Co.
Thomas & Fuller.
P. D. Orvis.
• Harrel, Risley & Kitchen,
Bush, Gale & Robinson,
M. Ward, Close & Co.
McSisson & Robbins.
D. S. Barnes & Co.
F. C. Wells & Co.
Lazelle, Marsh &-Gardner.
Hall, Dixon & Co.
Conrad Fox—AND mums.
T. W. Dyott & Co.
B. A. Fahnestock & Co. •
Robert Shoemaker & Co.
French, Richards & Co.,—AND OTNERS.
DRUGOISTS, GROCERS, STOREKEEPERS and RETAIL
ERB generally In all COUNTRY TOWNS and
VILLAGES in the
D. W. Gross & Co.,
C. K. Keller,
Principal Wholesale and Retail Agents at
Harrisburg, and by the Dm:morns, Smelt-
KEEPERS and Ruralises generally.
mr COVNTUT DRAMS can order as above.
Or address orders direct—[or if Price,
Terms Sze., is desired, Ir send for
[18621 Circular, giving reduced Prices]
HENRY R. COSTAR.
Panicreer. DEPor—No. 512 Broadway—(Oppo
site the St. Nicholas Hotel,) New York.
BOOKS FOR FARMERS,
ri.HE attention of agriculturists is directed
.1 to the following works, which will enable
them to increase the quantity and value of
their crops by adding science and the experi
ments of others to their experience :
STEPHEN'S BOOK OF THE FARM, de
tailing all the labors of husbandry and
the best way to perform them. Price.... 3
COLEMAN'S AGRICULTURE and Real
Economy 4 00
LANACAPE GARDENING, by Allen. • ..1 00
THE FARMER'S COMPANION, by Baal.. 75
LECTURES ON PRACTICAL AGRICUL
TURE, by Johnston 60
THE AMERICAN FARMER'S new and uni
versal handbook, with 400 engravings.. 2 50
AN EASY MEPHOD OF MANAGING
BEES, by Weeks 20
the Nature and Treatment of Diseases of
Cattle, by Dadd , 100 I
AGRICUL FUR AL CHEMISTRY 75
MILCH COWS AND DAIRY FARMING,
and the production of milk, butter,
cheese, by Flint 1 50
GRASSES AND FORAGE PLANTS, by
Lynch 1 50.
SAXTON'S HAND-BOOK, containing the
Horse, the cow, the pig, fowls, &c., &c.. 1 00
THE FARMER'S DICTIONARY and Prac
tical Farmer, by Dr. Gardner 1 50
ALLEN'S DOMESTIC ANIMALS 76
THE FIELD BOOK OF MANURES, or
American Muck Book 1 25
THE HORSE AND HIS DISEASES, by
Jennings 1 00
YOUA'PT ON THE HORSE 1 26
HIND'S FARRIERY and STUD 800K....1 00
HORSEMANSHIP and the Breaking and
Training of Horses 75
Standard Books, School Books, and every
thing in the stationery line, at lowest prices, at
BERGNER'S CHEAP BOOK SPORE.
PALM LEAF MATTRESSES,
COTION TOP MATTRKSSES,
CAMP STOOLS, &c., &o.
On hand and for sale at the very lOwedt rates for cash
Hair Mattresses and Spring Bottoms made to order.
HAIR MATTRESSES, &e.,
Repaired and m'de e q ual to new ; very reasociable ' altat
N 0.109, Market street, between Fourth and f. ROL, by
mrr2B 2md ' J. T BARN'
ANOTHER NEW STOCK !
portable Writing Desks,
and a general assortment of
BERGNER'S CHEAP BOOKSTORE
CHOICE LIGHT RE ADI a G
TriHE SUTHERLANDS, by the author of
j_ "Rutledge," Price $1.26.
Also new editions of
PbUTLEDGE—uniform with "The Sather
EASE LYNNE—A new Novel-50 cents.
TOM TIDLER'S GROUND, by Dickens, 25 cts.
FOR BETIER, FOR WORSE, 88 cts.
Together with all the New Books, soon as
BERGNER'S CHEAP BOOKSTORE.
WALL PAPER !
ELEGANT styles and patterns of Walt
Paper for 6, 10, 12,15 and 25 cents per roll.
ins largest and most varied stock o f
Wall Paper, Borders; Window Blinds,
Curtins and Fixtures
ever offered In this city. Being bought for cash, it wit
be :old at a very small profit.
Air Remember the place,
Scheller's Book Store,
Dlarket street, oppositeArosa' Drug store, Harrisburg.
COAL ! COAL! !
$3, AND $2 25 PER TON OF 2,000 LBS
0. D. FORSTER,
OFFICE and yard on the Canal, foot of
North street, Ile holesale and Retail dealer in
BROAD TOP COAL.
Falailies and dealers may rely upon obtaining a first
rate article, and full weight, at the lowest rates. Orders
p omptly attended to. A liberal disiount'made to pur
chasers paying for the coal when ordered.
Present rice, $3, and $2 an per ton.
Harrisburg, April 18.-dik
PROF. ADOLPH. P. TEUPSER,
WOULD respectfully inform his old
patronil and the public generally, that he wits
continue to give instructions on the PIANO FORTE, ME.
, VIOLIN and also in the science of THOROUG
BASI. lie will w'th pleasure wait upon pupils at then
homes at any hour desired, or lessons will be given a
his residence, In Third atroot, a few doors below th
Gentian Reformed Di:throb.
JOHN B. SMITH
HAS removed his BOot and Shoe Store
om the corner of Becoud and Walnut streets to
NO. 108 MARKET STREET ,
Next door to Hai ne's Agriculture itere, where us intends
to keep all kinds Of 800,8 a^d shoes, batters, &to., and a
large stoik of Trunks, and everything in his line of bu
siness ; and will tro thanstut to receive the patronage of
his out customers and the public in general at his new
PhAto of business. All kinds of work made to order is the
beat style and by superior workmen. Bepstring done at
short notice. [apr2dtl] JOHN B. 8511T11.
CELEBILATID DANDELION COFFEE,
JLST _RECEIVED a large quantity of
superior Dandelion Coffee, which we will sell low
to suit the times ; also, pure ground itio Coffee and Tur
key Coffee all put up in oue pound packages. Call and
examine at the wholesale and retail arum. y store of
NICIIOLS h BOWMAN,
corner of trout and Market streets.
ALARGE ASSORTMENT of Family
Bibles 01 different styles or binding, at 90c, $1 kb
$1 no. $2, $3, $1, . 55 and sle. Also Pocket Bibles of dit
itreoi styles and prices at soll6FBElt's Bookstore.
IRRIED PEACHES, pared and unpair.
lee, DAUB, Preens, ltaisine, for sale by
NICHOLS & 130WAIAN.
apr24 Corner Front and Market streets.
FithbEi invoice of those fine sweet
Oranges, also Lemons, Coooa Nuts, for sale low by
NICHOLS do BOWMAN,
apr24 Corner Wont and Market streets.
CltllAß Ware and WilloW`, Ware, con
.sisting of lharns, Tubs, Buckets, of all kinds for
cue by NICHOLS & BOW BAN,
apr24 Corner of Frost and Market. streets.
EWBOLD HAMS.—A small lot of
tbese eLlebr.ded 11:111l3 just received.
apr24 WM. DOCK, Jr., t CO.
EXTRA FAMILY FLOUR in fourth and
halt bbl. sacks, also, wholesale and retail at the
'New Grocery and Prevision S.,ore, Front and Market ats.
• NICHOLS et BOWMAN.
COAL OIL, REST COAL OIL Wholesale
„,,„, 1 &gall, for sate by NICHOLS & BOWMAN.
corner Front and Market ntre.ts.
CRAB CLIAR--Uonstantly on hand a
very superior article of game CRAB CIDKR,
WM. DOCK; Jo.. &CO.
i'iEDAR TUBS, BASKETB, BROOMS
%.) and everything in the line, just received in large
bawdiness and for wile very low by
WY. DOCK, Jr., & Co.
/elms & areslego.
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firA NECESSITY IN EVERY HOUSEHOLD.
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Savo the pieces of that expensive Cut Glass Bottle
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Don't throw away that broken Ivory yan g It le easily re
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Your broken China Cups and Saucers can be made as
good no new.
IT WILL MEND MARBLE,
That piece knocked 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 shil
ling, a shilling saved is a shilling earned.
IT WILL MEND ALABASTER,
That costly Alabaster Vase is broken and you can't
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Corner of Liberty street. NEW Y ORK
Important to Rouse Owners.
Important to Builders.
Important to Rail Road Companies.
Important to Farmers.
alliwhom this may concern, and iteameerns every
JOHNS & CROSLEY'S
IMPROVED GUTTA PERCHA
The Cheapest and most durable Booting in use
IT IS FIRE AND WATER PROOF.
It can be applied to Naw and OLD DOM of all kinds,
Mop or 114 and to Baum", Boon without
removing the Shingles.
Th. Cost is only about One-Third that of Tin
AND IT IS TWICE AS DURABLE,
This article has been thoroughly tested in New York
City and all other puts of the United States, Canacla,
West Indies Central and South America, on buildings of
all kinds, such as FACTORIES : FOUNDIZIEN CIRLIROaIa, RAIL
Reno Drool's, CARS, and on Puns) Runnisos generally
GOVIANNINT BUILDINGS, Sic, by the principal Builders,
Architects and others ' during the past four years, and
has proved to DO the CLIEAPRST and MOST DURABLE
ROOFING in use; it is in every respect A FIRE, WAILER
WEATHER and MIME PROOF covering for ROOFS OF
This is the ONLY material manufactured in the United
Slates winch combines the very desirable properties of
Elaaticity and. Durability, which are universally acknow
ledged to be possessed by GU72A PERCRA AND
No Heat is required in making application
The expense of applying it is trifling, as an ordinary roo
can be covered and finished the name day,
It can be applied by anyone,
and when finished forma a perfectly Fula Molt surface
with an elastic body, which cannot be injured by Hail,
COLD or Srottes, Smartlcon of Boos Boaana, nor any ex
ternal action whatever.
GUTTA PERCH* CEMENT,
For Coating Metals of all Khids when exposed
to the Action of the Weather, and
v34:MSI: I OIZ(knag:IDIQg3:IIZREIDOIAI
ROOFS OF ALL KINDS
This Is ths only !Composition known which will success.
fully resist extreme changes of all climates, for any
length of time, when applied to metals, to which it ad-
Ixeres flrmly, lorming a body equal to coats of ordinary
paint, costs much less and will LASE TIIR.ME TIM AS
LONG ; and from 'its elasticity .is not injured by the
contraction and expansion of Tin'aud other Metal Moors,
consequent udork sudden changes of the weather.
It mill not CRACK IN COLD OR RUN LAT WARM
WKA.2IIER, AND WILL IVVI WASH 01P.
Leaky Tin and other Metal Roofs can he readily repair
ed with GUTTA Pa OEMNNI, and prevented from
further corrosion and leaking, thereby ensuring a per
fectly tight roof fot many years.
This Cement is peculiarly adapted for the preservation
of IRON. RALLINGS, STOVILB, RANGM, &lead, AGRI.
CULTURAL taarigrANTe., &c., also fur general . mano.
GUTTA PEIICHA CEMENT
For preserving and repaing Tin and other Metal Roofs of
every description, from its great elasticity, is not injured
by the contraction and expansion of Metals, and will not
crack in cold or run in warm weather.
These materials are anaprin TO ALL innuTii, and we
are prepared to supply orders from any part of the Wen,
try, at short notice, ler GUTfa PEitCHA Rook.oo iIl
rolls, ready prepared for use, and UUTT. PERCUA CE
MENT in barrels, with fdll printed directions for appli.
We will make liberal and satisfactory arrangement.
with responsible parties who would like to ettaldiah them
selves In a luc:ative and permanent buaineas.
OUR TERMS ARE CASH.
Wo can give abundant proof of all we claim in favor
Of our Improved Roofing having applied them to seve ra l
thousand Roo t in New York City and vicinity,
Wholesale Warehouse 78 William St.,
Corner or Liberty Street. NM %V YORK
Full descriptive Circulars and Prices will be farniahed
SUGARS Crushed, Pulverized and Re•
Tined, Tor sale by NICHO, S & BOW MAN,
Mita Corner Front and Market streets.
PORT FOLIOS—WRITING DESKS.
XLN entire new assortment of these useful ar :
tidies just opened at
,BBBQNBB'S Cheap Bookstore.
FOR PURIFYING THE BLOOD.
AND for the speedy curd of the sub.
Joined varieties or Diseases :
Scrofula and Scrofulous Affection Etch
as Tumors, Ulcers, Sores, Eruptions,
Pimples, Pastules, Blotches, Boils,
Blains, and all Skin Diseases.
OAECLUM, Ind, 6th June, 1859.
J.C. AllOl & CO., Genle : I feel It my duty to iscirranivl.
edge what your Sarsaparilla has done for me. Having
inherited a Scrofulous infectisn, I have suffered from It
in various ways_ for Sears. Sometimes it burst out in
Ulcers on my hands and arms someumea turned in
ward and distressed me at the stomach. Two years ago
it brose out on my head and covered my scalp REM ears
with one sore, which was painful and loathsome beyond
description. I tried many medicines and several physi
cians. but without much relief from anything. In met,
the disorder grew worse. At length I was rejoiced to
read In the Gosyel Is essenger that you bad prepared an
alternaUve Vaarsapartha,j tor 1 knew from your rep
utation that sm} th ing you male must be good. I tent
to eine. nnati and got it, and use it till it cured me. I
took it, as you advise, In aural doses of a teaspoonful
over a mouth, and used almost three bottles. New and
healthy skin soon began to lorm under the scab, which
after a while fell off, my skin is nuw clear, and 1 kaow by
my feelings that the disease has gout from my system.
You can well believe that 1 feel wnat 1 am saying when
I tell you, that I bold you to be one of the apostles of the
age, and remain ever gratefully. Tours,
ALFRED B. TALLS-Y.
St. Anthony's Fire, Rose or Erysipelas,
Tettei and Salt Rheum, Scald Head
Ringworm, Sore Eyes, Dropsy.
Dr, Robert M. Preb le writes Irom Salem, N, Y., 12th
Sep., 1869, that he has cured an inveterate case of Drop
sy, which threatened to terminate fatally, by the perse
vering use of oar Sarsaparilla, and also a dangerous at
tack of Malignant Erysipelas by large doses of the same .
says ho cures the common Eruptions by it constantly.
Bronchocele, Goitre or Swelled Neck.
Zebulon Sloan of Prospect, Texas, writes : "Three bot
tles of your Sarsaparilla cured me trent a GOITYZ..-11 Ind
eoUs swelling on the neck, which I had suffered from
over two years,"
Lencorrhcea or Whites, Ovarian Tumor,
Uterine Ulceration, Female Diseases.
Dr. J. B. S. Channitig, of New York City, writes ;
most cheerfully comply with the respect of your agent
in saying I have found your narEapartint a Ino,t excellent
alternative in the numerous complaints for wracti we em
ploy such a remedy, but especially in Female Diseases of
the Scrof alone diathesis. 1 have cured many Inveterate
cases of Leueorrheea by it, and some where the eetn
plaint was caused by ulcarazim of the uterus. The
ceration itself was soon cured. Nothing within my
knowledge equals t, for these leniale derangemeuts."
Edwaru S. Marrow, of Newbury, Ala., writes, ..A dan
gerous ovarian tumor on One of the females in my tamily •
which had defied all the remedies we could einpleg, has
at length been completely cured by your Extract of Sar
saparilla. Our physician thought nothing but (letups.
lien could afferd relief, but he advised the trial of your
Sarsaparilla as the last resort before nutting, and it
proved effectual. After taking your remedy eight weeks
no symptom of the disease remains."
Syphilis and Mercurial Disease.
New Datum, 25th August, 1959.
Dr. J. O. ATRS : Sir, I cheerfully comply with the re
quest of your agent, and report to you some of the eff ec t" .
1 have realised with your *Sarsaparilla.
I have cured with tt , in my practice, most of the com
plaints for which it is recommended, and have found its
effects truly wonderful in the cure of Veneral and Mer
curial' Diseases. One of my patients tied Syphilitic ulcers
in his throat, which were consuming his palate and the
top of his mouth. Your Sarsaparilla, steadily taken,
cured him in five week. Another was attacked by sec
ondary symptoms in his nose, and the uleerel , on had eat
en away a considerable part of IL, so that . believe the
disorder would soon ;cacti his brain and klh -am. But it
yielded to my adminietration of your Sarsaparilla: the
ulcers healed, and he is well again, not of course without
eome difinguration to his face. A woman who bad been
treated for the same disorder by mercury wee suffering
from this poison in her bones. I hey had become so
sensitive to the weather that on a damp day ohs suffered
excruciating fain in her Joints and bones. She, too, was
cured entirely by your Sareaparilla lu a few weeks. I
know from its formula, which you agent gave me, that
this Preparation from your laboratory must be a great
remedy ; consequently, these truly reinarkeble results
With it have net surprised me.
G. V. LAIGERR, M. D.
Rheumatism, Clout, Liver Complaint.
Ishimmuneams, Precton Co., Va., 6th July, 1869.
Da. J. C..ATaic Sir, I have been atllicied with a pain
ful chronic Rheumatism for a long time, which baffled
the skill of physicians, and stuck to me in spite of all the
remedies Ipould tin ~ until I tried your Sarsaparilla._
One bottle cured me in two weeks, and restored my gee.
eral health so much that I am far better than before I
was attacked. I think it a wonderful medicine.
Jules Y. Getchell, of St. Louis. writes : "I have been
afflicted for years with an affection of the Liver, which
destroyed my health. I tried every dung, and
thing tailed to relieve mo ; and I have been a broken
down man for some years Irons no ther cause than de
rang:sent of the Liner. My beloved pastor, the Rev. Mr .
Espy, advised me to try your Sarsaparrilla, because he
said he knew you, and anything you made was worth
trying. By the blessing of God it has cured. too. I feel
young again. The beet that can be Said of you is net
half good enougn."
Sehirrus, Cancer Tumors, Enlargement,
Ulceration, Caries and Exfoliation of
A great variety of rases have been reported •to us
where cures of these formidable complaints have result
form the use of this remedy, but one space here will not
admit them. Some of them may be found in our Amer.
can Almanac, which the agents below named are pleased
to furnish gratis to all who call for them.
Dyspepsia, Heart Disease, Fits, Epilep•
sy, Melancholy, Neuralgia,
litany remarkable cures of these affection* have been
made by the alternativepower of ttliS medicine. It stim
ulates the vital functions into vigorous action, and tins
overcomes disorders which would be supposed beyond
its reach, Such a remedy has been required by the ne
cessities of the people, and we are confident that this will
do for them all that medicine can do.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
FOR THE RAPIAXIIRE OF
Coughs, Colds, Influenza, Hoarseness,
Croup, Bronchitis, Incipient Con
sumption, and for the Belief
of Consumptive Patients
in advanced Stages
of the Disease
This lea remedy so universally'knowu to surpass any
other for the cure of throat and lung complaints, that it is
useless here to publish the evidence of its virtues. Its
unrivalled excellence for coughs and colds, and its truly
wonderful cures of pulmonary disease, have made it
known throughout the civilized nations of the earth.—
Few are the communities, or even families, among them
who have not some personal experience of its effects..—
some living trophy in their mioet of its victory over the
subtle and dangerous disorders of the throat and lungs.
As all know the dreadful fatality of these disorders, and
as they know, too, the effects of this remedy, we need not
do more than to assure them that it has now all the vir
tues that it did have when making the cures which have
Won so strongly upon the confidence of mankind.
Prepared by Dr. I. C. AYER di• CO.,
Sold by O. 'A. Bannvart, C. R. Keller, D. W. Gram a
00., J. M. Lars, & Co., Armstrong, Harrisburg, and deal.
era every whore.
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BAKING STOCK, BILL ♦ND COLLECTING OFFICE
Has been removed from No. 28 Seoond St
NO. 130 MARKET STREET
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Rubber Toys generally at
BERGNER'S CHEAP BOOKSTORE,
DUMP., Fresh Ground and Whole Spice,
j. Pepper, Alspice, Cinnamon, Nutmegs and Moen, at
NiCHOLS & tiotille"NPS,
corner Front and liarketr steers.
CELEBRATED DANDELION COFFEE.
This good, nutritious, and Lae flavored coffee,
nowioffered for sale very low by
NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
tiOnsecyront.and Market aireoll.