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TRH NEW REMEDY Mil
s NEW BINKNY, I FOE
♦ COMM ItEXEDY,
BEEUNA.I7&iI OE EVERY KIND;
No mums HOW STUBBOKN,
I BOW LONG STANDING,
WHAT IT ILAWDONX,
IT WILL DO AGAIN.
''''''. i•mm/EAL AUTHORITY. •
DOCTORS KNOW IT,
• PATIENTS BELIEVE IT,
TRIAD AND TRUE.
[nom OmEAL HOIIPTUL Itzrowris.]
Mar 19, 1860,—Ellea 8., mt. 28, single, never was very
strong. Two years ago she had an attack of acute rhetuna
lismarom which she WAS confined to herbed for two weeks
and subsenenuy from a relapse for four more. She haabeen
Inc.well then till last gator day, while engaged in house
cleaning, she took cold, had pain in her back, felt cold,
hot had ao decided chill. Two days later her ankles be
gan so swell, which was followed by swelling of the
knee joints and of the hands. Ohs has now dull
pain in her shoulders, and her knuckles are very tender,
red end painful ; both hands are affected, but the right
is mostio. This, then, is a case of acute rheumatism, or,
as It beim fashionably called, rheumatic fever. his a
Well remarked typical case e will carefully watch the
rase, and from time to time call your attention to the
oua 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 mmn propyisimine. Dr.
alternates, of St. Petersburg, recommends it In the
highest terms, haying derived great nenefit from IW use
in 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
Mat I must confess lam always incredulous as to the
worth of new remedies, which are vaunted as specifies ;
bet this comes to us recommended so highly, that we
are bound to give It a triaL
SAME CASE FOUR DAYS LATER 1
Ow 28,1860.—1 will now exhibit to you the patient for
whom I prescribed Propylamlne, and was then labor
ing ender an attack of scow rheumatism. She has
steadily taken it in doses of three grain. every two hours
&terminal It at night.) The day after you saw her, I
!bond 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 Wilsteadily progressed, and you cannot
fail to notice a marked change in the appearance of her
joints, which are new nearly all of their natural also
Thar far our experiment would have seemed very sec
emoeful ; but, gentlemon, we must wait a Mile while be
fere we can give a decided opinion as to what is to be
Here Is another patient who was placed on the use of
-he same medicine on Sunday last ; she has long been
suffering from o nronlc rheumatism, and I found her at
that time with an acute attack supervening upon her
chronic affection. The wrists and knuckles wore much
swollen and Levee. She took the chloride of Propyla
mine in three grain doses every two noun, and you will
perceive that the swelling of toe joints has much di min
THREE DAYS LATER 1 I
May 20, 1860.—This Is the cue of acute rheumatism
treated with propylamino, the Oral of those to which I
called your attention at our last clinic one Is still very
comfortable, and le now t Jung three grains thrice daily.
In this case It has seemed to be followed by very eat
181setery regalia. The second c «se to which your atten•
Hon was called at our lust lecture, has also continued to
do weir I will now bring before you a very character
istic case of acute rheumatism, and if the result be eat
factory, I think, as good jurymen, we shall justly render
our verdict In favor of propy Lamm
He lea seaman, mt. 20, who was admitted a few days
ago. Has bed rheumatic pains, but not so as
to keep his bed, until eight days ago. The pains began
is his right knee, subsequently effected the left knee, and
later, the mints of the upper extriopties. These joints
are all swollen, tense and tender. His tongue is fluved ;
his skin, at present dry, though there has been much
meeting. His pulse u fell and strong, and about 60.
He has now used propylamine ibr twenty-four hours.
This gentleman Is what may be called a strictly typical
aye of acute rheumatism. There was exposure to cold
and wet, and this exposure is followed by a Rioting of
Coldness, severe articular pain, beginning, as It usually
does, in the lowerjoluts. There is fever and the profuse
sweating, so generally attlendant on acute rheumatism.
I did net bring this patient befbre you with the i n ten
lien of giving you lecture en all the points concocted
with rheumatism, but to again give a trial to the
lOW remedy we are testing, and to exhibit to you this
typical cam, as I have called it, than welch there on nid
DM be a hirer opportunity for testing the medicine in
question. We are, therefore, avoiding the use or all
other mediolues, even anodynes, that there may be no
miegivings as to which was the efficient remedy. Yen
shah see the case of a future clinic. '
A FAVORABLE VERDICT.
Jgge 9, 1860.—The next of our convalescents is the
ausftr acme rheumanam before you at our clinic or May
which I then called a typical case, and which It
was remarked was a lair 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 hesitato . to sty that I
have neve& soon as severe a cue of acute rheumatism
so soon restored to health as this man has been, and
without being prepared to decide positive by as to the val•
ne of the remedy wo have used, I feel bound to state
that In the oases in which we have tried the Chloride o
Propylandue, the patients bore regaleed their health
much earlier than under the treatment ordinarily par.
sued. I wish gentlemen, you would yourselves try It,
and report the results.
fora full report of which the above is a eoudeozed
extract, see the Philadelphia Iledibal and Siergial' I Re
porter. Uis the report after a fair trial by the best med
ical authority in this country, and makes it unnecessary
to sive numerous certificates from astonished doctors
sad reMktinit patients.
A lIPIIEDY CURS,
AN lignallGTUM4 OURS
• MB SAM RoBULT
WHAT IT HAS DONS,
Bullock & Crenshaw, a arm well known to most meth.
oat MU, by whom the Elixir Propylamine has been In.
trOdreed, here Sold kr its the exclusive right to mannfae.
lure it according to the original recipe, and we have
4140 arrangement' of such magnitude as to enable to
to scatter it broadcast amongst suffering humanity.
A WORD TO DOCTORS.
U you prefer to use the same weedy In another form
we Mite your attention to the
Foil COTOTALMED CHLOE= PROTTLAUfthI
Pmt Poornamon Lawn),
Peel PIOPTLmXa CoNourragazo,
POso kazoo PzerfLeMOO4
of which we are the sole manufacturers.
wir-We ohdm no ether virtue for the Elixir Propylemine
then le contained in:Pure Crystalised Chloride:of Propy
'I HE KLEIalt I
AND NAT BS TAKFN,
ACCORDING TO DIRECTIONS,
1W ANY DNB,
BY EVERY ONE,
WHO BARBEIIMATISICOIe ANY KIND.
lioig is Harrisburg by .
AT 75 an. ♦ earns
Ordempay be addressed to
PROPPLILMINE MANUFACTURING CO.,'
011100, Roots No. 4,
1 3 . W. Co,. Werth and Elitzeut streets,
1l to either of the following
PENNSYLVANIA RAIL ROAD I
SUMMER TIME TABLE.
FIVE TRAINS DAILY TO AND
WILL CONQUER IT,
WILL CURB IT,
MONDAY MAY sth. 1862.
The Passenger Trains or the Pennsylvania Railroad
Company will depart from and arrive at Harrisburg and
Philadelphia as follows :
DOCTORS TRY IT.
THROHGREXPRESS TRAIN * lesvm Harrisburg daily
at 115 a. m., and arrives at West Philadelphia at 6.10
FAST IDES leaves Harrisburg dally '' except Monday,)
at 6.80 a. in., and arrives at West Philadelphia at 9.46
PAST MAIL TRAIN leaves Harrisburg daily (eueelit
Sunday) M 130 p, m., and arrives at West Philadelphia
at 6.25 p. in.
ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, via Mount Joy, leaver
Harrisburg at 1.00 a. m., and Arrives at West Phila.
dedphia at 12 25 p. in.
HARRISBURG AOCOMMODATION TRAIN, via Colum•
Ma, leaves itairiabarg at 4.10 p. m.. And anises at West
Philadelphia at 9 25 p. m.
THROUGH RIPRISBB TRAIN leaves Philadelphia at
10.85 p. in., Harrisburg at 8.00 a. in., Altoona 8.10, a. in.
and arrives at Pittsburg at 12.85 p. m.
HAIL TRAIN leave' Philadelphia at 7.15 a. in., and ar
rives at Harrisburg at 12.80 p. in.; leaves Harrisburg at
1.00 p. m., Altoona, 7,00 p. m., and arrives at Pittsburg
at 12.16 a. in.
FAST LINE leaves Pldladelobla at 11.80 u. m., Barris
burg 8.4 b p. m. Altoona at 8.20 p. m., and arriving at
Pittsburg at 12.45 a. tn.
IN EVERY CASE,
IT WUL DO AGAIN
MORE CONY , :NIENT,
AND AL% AYS READY
FOR IMMEDIATE IDSE,
DID.t.ocK & ORIIINSHAw,
FRENCH, =Keane & CO.,
JOHN M, MAWS &OD.,
Ow. D. TTETEIERFIL & CO.,
PETER T. WItHIOT & 00.,
ZIIGLIOt & OMITS,
T. MORRIS MOM & 00 .
HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION TRAIN loaves MO.
delphla at 2.30 p. In., And minx at Hantsburg At 8.00
MOUNT JOY ACCOMMODATION via Mount Joy leaves
Lancaster at 10.60 a. m., arrives at Harrisburg at 12.40
SAMUEL D. Y,OllllO,
Rapt. East, Div. Penna. Railroad.
Harristmrs, May 2, 1882 —dtf
in AM use ROUTE.
MRS TRAINS DAILY TO NEW YORK,
ON AND AFTER MONDAY, MAY sth,
1862, the Passenger Troilus will leavo the Phila
delphia anu Reading Railroad Depot, at Harrisburg, fur
New York and Philadelphia, as follows, viz
=PRIES LINE leaves Harrisburg at 1.25 a. in., on ar
rival of Pennsylvania Railroad Express Train frau' the
-West, arriving in New York at 8.15 a. m., and at Phila
delphia at 9.00 /L. m. A steeples oar is attached to the
train through from Pittsburg without change.
MAIL TRAIN leaves Harrisburg at 8.00 a. m., arriving
in 'Ow York at 5.80 p. m., and Philadelphia at 1.25 p. m.
FAST LINE leaves Harrisburg at 140 p. in., on arrival
of Pennsylvania Railroad Fast Mail, arriving in Now
York at 9.60 p. m., and Philadelphia at 6.40 p. in.
FAST LINE leaves Now York at 6a. m , and Philado I.
pills at 8 a. nu, arriving at Harrisburg p. m.
MAIL TRAIN leaves New York at 12.00 noon, and Phil.
adelphla at 8. 15 p. m., arriving at Harrisburg at 8.10
EXPRESS LINE leaves New York at 8 p m. arri.
ving at Harrisburg atB.oo a. in., and connecting with the
Pennsylvania Express Train for Pittsburg. A sleeping
ear Is also attached to this train .
Connections are made at Harrisburg with trains no .the
Pennsylvania, Northern Central and Cumberland Valley
Railroads, and at Reading for Philadelphia, Pottsville,
19111resbarre, Allentown, Easton 800.
Baggage checked through. Fare between New York
and Harrisburg, 65 00; between Harrisburg and Phila.
delphia, $8 96 in No. 1 oars, and 82 70 In No. 2.
For tickets or other information apply to
J.J. 01 .2
myScitf General Agent, Harrisburg.
1862. SIMMER 1862
CUMBERLAND VALLEY AND FRANKLIN
ORANGE OF HOURE3.—On and after
IL,/ Monday, Mar 6th, 1802, Pissenger Trains will run
daily as follows, (Sundays Excepted t)
For Chambersburg and liarrisburg :
e. st. r. 31
Leave Hagerstown.. 700 246
" Greeneastle........ ...... 787 BSs
j Arrive at. 817 420
- 1 Leave at...
......8 80 12 65
Bnippernting.. .......... .......9 00 127
" New Title. ..... ........... 982 2bo
" Carlisle 10 10 240
" Mechanicsburg 10 42 312
Arrive at Harrisburg 11 16 840
LFor ChEunbersburg and Hagerstown:
A. M. 1...
Laws Harrisburg ..•.. ..... M. B - 06 1 86
" hiecbanioaburg 847 215
" Ctrlitie 9.7 266
" Newville ........ ... —. l O 02 329
" ffinopensburg ...10 33 400
" Chembersburg Arrive.ll 00 411 Po
" Chambersoarg Leave..ll 10 440
" Greencastle 11 65 580
Arrive at Hagerstown— ... ......... ....12 86 43 10
0. N. LOLL, Sup%
R. R. Office, Cbambersbnrg, May 1, 1862.-dly
la T tli l c i c tikEfi fand Wasp e t i l l. lg fo r
a B ! a u
b e ;
N I CHOLS & NoWMAN,
all earner tront and Market streets.
p enntigin ant a Mattp, artkgrapt), eaturbap illorning, ,flag 17, 1862
To Desiroy—Rate, Roaches, &o.
7o Destroy—Mice, Moles, and Ants.
lb Destroy—Moths in Furs, Clothes, aro.
lb Destroy—Mosquitoes and Flees.
70 Destroy—lnsectson Plante and Fowls.
To Destroy—lnsects on Aoki:isle, &o.
2b DestreyEvery form and specie of Vermin
"ONLY INFALLIBLE REMEDIES KNOWN.';
EVERY FORM AND SPECIES OF
IThose Preparations (unlike all others) are
"Free from Poisons."
"Not dangerous to the Human Family."
"Rate do not die on the ptemiees."
"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, &c.
Used by—the City Hospitals, Alms-Houses,
Used by—the City Hotels-4Astor'—‘St.Nicho
Used by—the Boarding Houses, &0., &o.
Used by—more than 60,000 Private Families - .
See one or two Specimens of arhag is es - aye/hen
soul by the People—Editors—Dealers,
HOUSITIMPERS—troubIed with vermin
need be so no longer, if they use "Carus's"
Exterminators. 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 "Coma's" article knocks the breath oat
of Rats, Mice, Roaches and Bed-Bugs, quicker
than we can write it. It Is in great demand
all over the country.—Nedina (0.) Gowns.
MORE GRAIN and provisions are destroyed
annually in Grant county by vermin, than
would pay for tons of this Eat and Insect Killer.
Lanauder (Wis.) Herald.
HENRY R. COSTAR—We are selling your
preparations rapidly. Wherever they have been
used, Bats, Mice, Roaches and Vermin disappear
rapidly. Boxes & Eirounaa,
Druggists, Windsor, Md.
"Costar's" Bat, Roach, &CI. actermhsator.
"Costar's" Bed-bag Exterminator.
" Costar's" Electric Powder, for Insects, &o.
Ar 2041. 600. Aro 11,00 Boma. 1 3ansys um nun, 13
SIS Bins sop. PLANZIIIO2% bzrz, Boise, Emu,
CAUTION!! To prevent the public from being
imposed upon by Spurious end ifif,44/ Pernicious
Imitations, a new label has beenprepared, bear
ing a foe sins* of the Proprietor's signature.—
Examine each box, bottle,lor Bask carefully be
fore purchasing, and take nothing but "Coe.
IF Bold ihmaywhere—byl
All Wampum Daman) in the large cities.
Some of the
Wholesale Agents in New York City.
Schieffelin Brothers & Co.
B. A. Fahneetook, Hull & Co.
A. B. & D. Sands & Co.
Wheeler & Hart.
James S. Aspinwall.
Morgan & Allen. •
Hall, Buckel & Co.
Thomas & Faller.
P. D. Orvis.
Harm!, Risley & Kitchen.
Bush, Gala & Robineon.g
M. Ward, Close & Co.
Manson & Robbins.
D. 8. Barnes & Co.
F. 0. Wells & Co.
Laze le, Marsh &Gardner.
Hall, Dixon & Co.
Conrad Fox—AND craws.
T. W. Dyott & Co.
B. A. Fahnestock & Co.
Robert Shoemaker & Co.
French, Richards & Co.,—exo miss.
DRUMM, GROONBI3 7 STORICIOIThas and Ewen,
las generally in all Comrrwr Towns and
Yuman in the
er, Sold by
D. W. Gross 4 Co.,
C. K. Keller,
Principal Wholesale and Retail Agents at
Harrisburg, and by the Damon, Swan
fusions and Reraruurs 'generally.
g Comm: Mama can order as above.
Or address orders direet—[or if Price,
Terms, Bcm, is desired, rg' send for
 Circular, giving reduced Prices]
HENRY R. COSTAE.
gamma Thssor—No. 612 Broadway--(Oppo
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tailing all the labors of husbandry and
the best way toped , rm them. Price.... 3 50
COLEMAN'S AGRICULTURE and Real
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LECTURES ON PRACTICAL AGRICUL-
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file Nature and I'reatuient of Diseases of
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PALM LEAF MATTRESSES,
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CAMP STOOLS, &c.,
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Hair Mattresses and Spring 'lotion's made to order.
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1 Backgammon Boards,
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Also new editions - of
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TO TIDLEE'S GROUND, by Dickens, 25 cts.
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ELEGANT styles and patterns of Wall
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The largest and most varied stock o f
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Curtin' and Fixtures
ever Offend in this oily. Being bought fOr cash, it will
be =old at a very small profit.
Kt - Remember the pulse,
Schetter's Boot[ Store,
Market street, oppositeUrose ,Drug Aare, Harrisburg.
COAL i COAL 11
$B, AND $2 26 PER TON OF 2,000 LBS
0. D. FOBSTEB,
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North street, Wholesale sad Retail dealer to
• BROAD TOP COAL.
Families anddealers may rely upon obtaining a drat
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Present rine, 59, and 60 per ton.
liatriaburg, April 113.4/y
PROF. ADOLPH_ P. TEUPSER,
WOULD respectfully inform his old
patrons isid Me public generally, that he will
continue to give instructdons on the PIANO PU BBB,, MR.
LODKON, VIOLIN and also in the Wows of THOROUGH
RAM He will w'th pleasure wait apcsi pupils at their
homes at any hour desired, or lemons will be given a
hie residence, in Third street, a few doors below tb
German Reformed church. deoll.d if
J 0 HN" B. SMITH
HAS removed his Boot and Shoe Store
hem the corner or Second and Walnut streets to
NO. 108 11ARKET STREET ,
Next door to Hague's Agriculture Stare, where he intends
to keep all kinds of Boots a"d shoes, Gaiters '
ho., and a
large attmk of Trunks, and everything in his line of bu
siness ; and wilt be thanaful to receive the patronage 01
his old customers and the publia in general at Ms new
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corner of Prom. and Market streets.
ALARGE ASSORTMENT of Family
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DRIED PEACHES , pared and unpair
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Corner Front and Market streets.
FithiSH invoice of those fine sweet
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C DAR Ware and Willow Ware, con
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EXTRA FAMILY FLOUR in fourth and
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Tour broken China Ova and Saucers CID be made as
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IT WILL MEND PORCELAIN ,
No matter If that broken Pitcher did not oast but a eta
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Thai wetly Alabaster Vane is broken and you can't
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Arobiteeta and ahem during the past four years, and
has proved to be the CHEAPEST and MOST DURABLE
ROOFING in use; it is in every respect A FIRE, wAisa,
WEATHER and 'DOLE PROW` covering for ROOFS OF
TM 4 the MY material manufactured* A. maga
Mtn which eomblose the very desirable properties of
Muttony and Durabitinh which are nolyesselly *know
! to be possessed by 01/22A P NROIIA j
No Heat is required in making applioation.
The expense of applying it Is trifling, u an ordinary red
can be covered and finished the same day.
It out be applied by anyhow,
and when finished forme a perfectly has Moir our race
with an elude body, which cannot be Injured by
Coto or Sroates, Sliaallan of ROOF BOARDS, nor any ex
ternal action whatever.
GUTTA PERCHA CEMENT,
For Coating Metals of all Kinds when exposed
'to the Action of the Weather, -and
FOR PRESERVING AND REPRARING METAL
ROOFS OF ALL RINDS.
This Is the only Composition known which will success
hilly resist extreme changes of all climates, for any
length of time, when applied to metabi, to which it ad
hem firmly, limning a body equal to Mali of ordinary
paint, costa much lees aid will LAST TERRE MIES AS
LoNG ; and from Its elasticity Is not injured by the
contraction and expansion of Tin and other natal Roofs,
consequent udon sudden changes of the weather.
Nita not CRACK IN W
WILL NiICOLD OR RUN IN WARM
WEATHER, AND ASH Oil.
Leaky Tin and other Wad Rooth can be readily repair
ed with GUPTA PEACE& COUNT, and prevented from
further corrosion and leaking, thereby ensuring a per
fectly tight roof for many years.
This Cement is peculiarly adapted for the preservation
of IRON RAILING.* STOVES, RA14130, SAWEd, AGRI
CULTURAL IMPLItIINNT* &0., Abe for general manu
GIITTA PERCHA. CEMENT
Per preserving and reining Tin and other Metal Roof! 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 Make&ls are ADAPTED TO ALL OLINATIEL and we
ars prepared to supply orders from any part of the coun
try, at short Melee, for GUM. PERCES ROOFING in
rolls, ready prepared for use, and GOTTA. PERM& CE
MENT in barrels, with fdll printed directions for appli-
We will Make liberal and .81[1sta:dory arrangements
with reeponaible parties who would like to establish them
'siva; in a lucrative and permanent business.
aft TERMS ARE CASH.
We can give abundant proof of all we claim fitvor
ef our Improved Roofing having applied them to several
lhousaad Roo in New York Qty and vietuity.
JOHNS & CROBLEY 3
Wholesale Warehouse 78 William St.,
Verner of Liberty Street. NEW TOMEI
descriptive Circulars and Prices will be fuels bed
Crushed, Pulverized and Be
nned, for sale by NIGLIO 8 & BOW MAN,
b2l * Corner Front and Market. amts.
PORT FOLIOS—WRITING DESKS•
A N attire new assortment of these useful ar .
tides jest opened at
6 BkaIGINEIVEI Cheap Bookstore,
AYER'S RSVP L
FOR PURIFYING TliZ BLOOD
AND for the Speedy curo I L A
11 ., joined varieties a Guleasee :
Scrofula and Ecrofulous Affection
as Tumors, Ulcers, Sores, Z rll
Pimples, Pastilles, Blotches,Bool4
Blaine, and all Skin Diseases,
Wawa, Lad, ~ I t 4
J. 0. Am, Co., Gents : I feel it in
edge what your Sarsaparilla has dote tor ra,, )
Inh various erited • Scrofulous infecti, u, I have tig.r,:+
ways tor y earn. tednet.zt 1:4.;7!'
motto on my bands and luta. ; soLeldier
ward and distressed me at the etettaLh,
it bro., out on my bead and covered ay
with one sore, which was paudtd and l Alhit:o r b
debevipdon. I tried many medicine;
clans. but without much relief Iretn at)
r, 1 a
the disorder grewworse. At I, tath 1
read in the Grovel kessenger that yfir, t at
alternative (Sarsapartlead for I tiueir
d at i on that ahyth ing you mate Ernst
to arm natal and got it, aid use it c a l
took it, as yen &dela°, In smah doses .A a ih„, w , t.,
over a mouth, and used altetet trine
healthy akin soon began to loran udder
after a while fell off, nay skin is tor rear,..a::1,;.7
my feelings that the Mee:Re has gout in de v ; "i
You can well believe that 1 feet what I az,
I tell you, that I hold you to be one of the a, •
age, and remain ever gratefully. Voir!.
St. Anthony's Fire, Rose or k r y •
Tette!. and Salt Rheum, Scald 1 1
Ringworm, Sore Eyes, Dropsy,
Dr. Robert M. Preble write s ITOlilLttl. i.
Sep., Ink that be bas cured an illitt. Lite
siy, which threatened to tormloato tatat::, ,y
Tering use or our Sarsaparilla, ant
tack of Malignant hr)sipetse D lark: , °
my , h e cures the common arupuon
Bronohocele, Goitre or Swelled Neck.
Zebulon Sloan of Prospect,
ties of your Sarsaparilla cured we tram
sous Wailing On "
al Ito neck. wkc L., e...etl
oosir two years.
Leneorrhcest or Whites, Ovarian T eel
Uterine Ulceration,Female Diseuei
Dr. I. S. S. alariniug, of Nos lit I':
Mot clbeerfully comply with in, r .. 7 , 7„ ~„
In saying I bavo found your :...eirtapor,
alternative hi the numerous comp s nc, i rr
ploy such a remedy, but
the Scrofulous Methane. I. b :cc cere.l,, A
cases of brucorrbaw. by It, sod .ote
Odin was caused by ulrerainei s r
oration itself was 800 U eurrl. N ; L , -
knowledge equate Over
Edward B. marrow , of hewbur,
VONA'S Otariarl tasior on one 7it tu< kia . .
which had doted all the r..fe,,fw, „I
at length been cOmpletel) cures: o, -
811peAlithi. our ptlyemiac, thov,. Lt , ra,
lien could afford rebel, but he tor..e
Sarsaparilla as the last re,L , rl
proved effectual. Aft.r buLit, t ; .e
DO symptom of the dLsealie reu
Syphilis and Mercurial i,seasi
Dr. J .C.TiR: Sir, Itt Trio., 0
(meat of your agent, t.
Ibavereallred Witt; your Nil t.r /1
I have CUled With It, to toy
*hits fbr which It le re,: Lune t.
elitists truly wonderful ,s .
curial Diseases. cue o. 1.)
in We throat., watch et.re
top of Wit mourn. 1 t,r
ourflishim lu five Wtra.
oodary symptoms to hit; c 0.,.
an away e thosiderattto p.rt
disorder would soot it:. ti t .,
yielded to my .... t
ulcers healed, and or to Co.
11000 ditllignr&UOLl 10 ttO.;.
treated for the samo the.et.l.r;::.:. c ur.
from this polsoo
sanidtive to the weather tt.ttt ,
WlGYUCLiitillig !taw la h.
cured entirely by y tit
know from Ile lormukt, ,
this Preperatiou troth ye, 11.0 f r.
remedy ; 00th0tquhuity, th..eo
wIW it have net bury
Prate/ash) . .
Rheumatism, Gout, Liver Lomplair,t
Do. J. C. &TIM: htf. l Case 7 . 1 w.l.
!hl chronic llhaum.tiftw tur a
Om Milli of phylocisot. vat! to •ua ti 444 0.
remedies Isould ha I your t44,..9.17 4.a -
Oos battle cured me to u.k-. r. 44,,
oral heath SO much that I . :,tl.l. -
WU attacked. 1 tmnk it a
Jules Y. Getcheil, of Sr I . •.,
ealleted for yearn CO no 4:1e., ,r,
destroyed my health. 1 trod ,ver: u,uf.
thing tidied to reduce me ; I ov ,
down MAO fix Boli.e years trees L..lcer
rasymergi Or Me Liver, My beli,,l r
Ihpy, advised MO to try yol,r
mid he knew you, and aup.n.n: I- 4..!
trying. By the blmsing ui oo t . •;;,
meg b..,t ; .; -
Schirrus, Cancer :rumors, EillargeMi::,
Ulceration, Caries and izioliatioa of
the Bones. •
! A great variety ut fll,lOB tat s t.
! where ouree of those formelsaie
! form the sum of this remedy, but am,
admit them. Sem , of thew may be
MA Almanac, winch the &sties
to rumba gratis to ail who call ur twist.
Dyspepsia, Heart Disease, Fits, EirdEp
sy, bielancholv, Neuralgia,
Siany remarkable curets of toe, ude
made by the alternative power au,
abides the vital Inactions intd
overcomes disorders wtocu %dual
its reach. Such a remedy has
mettles of the people, and wa are
do for them all that mettic.ne run du.
Ayer's Cherry Pectorßl
OR THE Y.AYID. , .TRE
Cohs, Colds, Influenza, Croup, Bronchitis, Incipient Cos,
sumption, and for the . liellti
• Of Constunptive Pat ient
in advanced Stage.;
of the Disease
This Ma remedy so universal.
other kw the cure of throat and :amp ,
useless here to publish the evalecue
unrivalled excellence for c01u.c....
wonderini cures of pulmonary
known throughout the civilised isit.oui
Paw are the communitiee ,
who have not some penecal P t
some living trophy in their [haat
subtle and dangerous dlserdsra tl,e
As an know the dreadful fatality of inere
set they know, too, the effects of
do more than to assure then ti.ai
toes that It dld have When
won 10 strongly upon the enedda.:- t). ZIL. Et,
Prepared by Dr. J. C.
Sold by O.:A. Hanover; C. K. ,
(b., J. IL Lutz, it Co., Artratrur4, B a rre Go r e
• 0. ZlNliVlEktig:l:.
BANE-KG STOCK, BILI, AND COLIACTIEIE3 (EflIE'S
Raibeen removed from No. 28 Second ;A
NO. 130 Diiii.K.h,T STREET
lIARRIEBURO, F 6.
TREASURY NO'fES TARO AT"-
RUBBER GOODS I
1 - OP nbbe Balls,
_no Rubber Watches,
Bobber ,foie gen em
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OURE Fresh Grollrld and Wbolieo.S, m
-IL Popo, Auptoe, Cioneozialrevo,:m4s,:;
corner JEEEI6}I.OI, Er ,atti.
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0 Thee good, nutritious, awl 00 ELEcured c
lc for Bala vary towybilitab x 00 05 N,
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