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EASY IdErlioD OF MANAGING
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ALLEN'S DOMESTIC ANIMALS 76
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American Muck Book 126
THE HORSE AND 1116 DISEASES, by
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YOUATT ON THE HORSE 1 26
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sr Remember the piece,
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nubile street, opposite
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$B, AND $2 26 PER TON OF 2,000 LBS
0. D. FOBSTEB,
OFFICE and yard on the Canal, foot o
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WI! 'MARRA •
• SUNBURY and
BROAD IVP COAL•
!lamina; and dealers may rely upion obtaining a fire
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promplly attended to. a bbaral discount made h. pur
chasers mittg for the coal when ordered.
proem MOB, $3, and $2 1;0 per tot.
PROF. ADOLPH P. TEUPSER •
WOULD respectfully Lutorru his ule
p atron . an d the public gunurelly, unit nu will
eselleue te . v.lee Instructions on the PIANO FORTE, JAR
LODEON_, VloiSN and oleo in the ecienco raoiwu
BASS. He will moth pleasure welt upon pupils at then
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ms residentle, tk Third dress, t few door* below tb
emus Reformed Church. s
OMR II VINEGAR I I
itArADE from choice and selected Apples
in. and ratirmliccd by bb to be strictly pure
wm. nomA 00
AND LONs.-60, boxes
O :1 11 :at readvagain prime order.
W. DOGE, JIL, k 00.
A NEW REMEDY
RIDIUMMISM OS &VERY HIND;
No tuna HOW LONG STANDING,
WILL MIXER IT,
WILL CURB IT,
WHAT IT HAS DONE,
IT WILL DO AGAIN,
THE MST TESTIMONY,
BEET MEDICIAL AUTHORITY.
DOCTORS KNOW_ _IT
PATIENTS BELI EVE TT,
TRIED AND TRUE.
OW 10 , I.Boo,—Ellea S., sat. 28, single, never was very
strong. Two years ago she had an attack dans rhenium
tism,trcart which she was conflitedlo-ber bed for two weeks
and subseqentiy from arelapee 6r four more. Mohan been
well since then till last Sitar day, while engaged in hone
doming, she took cold, bad pain in her back, felt cold,
hot had so decided MM. Two days later her ankles be
gan so swell, which was followed by swelling of the
knee joints and of the bands. She has now dull
pain in her ',boulders and her knuckles are very tender,
red and painful ; bot h bandsare affected, but the right
Is meet so. This, then, is a case or acute rheumatism, or,
as it is now fashionably called, rheumatic; fever. It. is •
well remarked typical ease. We will (wanly watch the
case, and from time to time call your attention to the trerb
ous symptoms which present themselves. My chief object
in bringing her before you. how, is to cell attention to a
remedy which has recently been 'loom leaded in the
treatment of rheumatism. I mesepanylenice. Dr.
Awenarina, of St. Petersburg, recommends it In the
highest terms, having derived great? benefit from its use
in 260 cane which came under his care. Various co m
mandatory 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 specifies, ;
but this comes to us recommended an highly, that we
are bound to give It a trial
Mar 21,1560.-4 Will now exhibit to you the patient fer
whim I preacribed Propylamlne, and am a then labor
ing under an attack of acute rheumatism. She has
steadily taken it in doses of three grains every two hours
(Intermitting it at night) The day after you saw her, I
found her much more comfortable, better than she ea.
pected to be for a'week or more, judging from her other
attack. (The patient now walked into the room.) The
Improvement Wm steadily progressed, and you cannot
fail to notice a marked change in the appearance of her
Joints, which are new nearly all of their natural size.—
Thar tar our experiment would have seemed very sac
°eyeful ; but, gentlemen, we moat wait a little while be
fore we can give a decided opinion es to what la to be
Here Is another patient who was placed on the use of
same medicine on Sunday last ; she has long been
suffering from o tirade rheumatied, and I Mond her at
that time with an acute attack supervening upon her
&route allboUon. The wrists and knuokles were much
swollen and tease. She took the chloride of Propyla
mine in three grain dose. every two hours, and you will
perceive that the swelling of the joints has much dlmin
MAT 9/3 1880.—This Is the ease of *Cate rheuniatieut
treated with propylamina, the drat of those to which I
called your attention at our last clinic. She Is still very
oomlbrlable, and Is now taking three grains thrice daily.
In this case It has seemed to be followed by very eat
islitatory resells. The second cure to which your Alen.
tion was called at our last lectors,. hoe also continued to
do welt I will now bring before you a vary character•
istio case of acute rheumatism, and if tie mutt be sat,
factory, I think, as good Jurymen, we shall justly render
our verdict In favor at propyhunln •
He *a seaman,NlL ilk who . was admitted a few days
ago. Has had cioasional rheumatic pima, but not so aa
to keep his bed, until eig - ht days ego. The pains began
In his right knee, subsequently &Mated the left knee, and
later, the joints of the upper extremities. These Joints
are all swollen, tense and tender. His tongue Is thrred ;
his skin, at present dry, though there has been moo
sweating. His pulse Is fell and strong, and about 90.
He has now used propylandne 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, end this exposure is followed by a haling - of
coldness, severe extioulaz pain, beginning, as it usually
does, in the lower joints. There is fever and the profuse
sweating, so generally Attendant on atone rheumatism.
I did not bring this patient before on with the Muse.
non of giving you a lecture en all` the points oonneoted
with rheumatism, but to again give a trial to the
new remedy we are teethay and to exhibit to you this
typical case, as I have called 11, than which there oo old
not be a falrer opportunity her testing the medicine in
question. We are, therefore, avoiding the use of all
other medicines, even anodynes, that Mara may be no
=vino as to which was the eHclent remedy. Toe
melba ease of a future clinic,
Ana 9, 11360.—The next of our oonvalesoenta is the
ease of acute rheumatism before you at our attic ot.ss7
96th, which I then called a tyidoal oase t and which It
was remarked was a fair opportunity for tasting 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 la now able to
oak about, as you sea. Ido not hesitate to s-.y that I
have neves seen as severe a cam of acute rheumatism
so soon restored to health as this man has been, and
without being prepared to decide positive by as to the mi
ne of the remedy we have used, I feel bound to ate to
that in the eases in which we have tried the Chloride o
Propylamine, the patients have regained their health
much earlier than under the treatment ordinarily per-
sued. I wish gentlemen, you would yourselves try it,
and report the results.
for a ftill report of whkti the above Ls a eondensed
extract, see the Philadelphia Ma lioca and Singical Re—
porter. It is the report after a fair trial by the best med
ical authority in this Country, and makes It unnecessary
to givemusterous certificates from astonished doctors
and rejoicing patients.
THE BAUR RaSULT
IRE NEW REMEDY RJR
pram °maw, Hamm Etzrone.l
SAME CASE FOUR DAYS LATER I
THREE DAYS LATER I I
A FAVORABLE VERDICT.
A SPEEDY CURS,
AN KFTECTOAL OOBJC
WHAT IT HAS DONE,
Bullock k Crenshaw, a firm well known to most medi•
cal men, by whom the IClixir Propylamina has been in.
troduced, hays sold to us the exclusive right to Manna .
lure it according to the original 'recipe, and we have
made arrangements of such magnitude as to enable us
to scatter it broadcast amongst eadertnctinmanity.
A WORD TO DEKTIOIi&
If you prefer to use the same candy to another form
we Invite your attention to the
Pan CAIDTALUID CIELOISDI PROPYLAMEIBM
Potts PM:IMAM/11 LIQUID,
Pan Psomenum Cloacounmeno,
Pow hums Putenetcure,
of which we are the sole man Mitcparers.
a-We claim no other shine for the Blisir Propy Lamm
aim is °patented in Pare Crystalized ChlorldeEof Propy
THE MILER IS
AND MAY BS TAM,
ACOORIIING TO DIRECTIONS,
BY ANY ONB,
BY RUBY ONR,
WHO HAS RHRUILATISNIOF ANY KIND.
Shhi hi Harrimbiul by
as 71®. a sotto.
Orders may be &dammed to
PROPYLAMINE ALLNVIdOTUNING 430.;
Moe, Room No. 4,
a W. Oar iOlarth sad Mama deeds,
Or to Mar of the ONlcnolw
FRENCH, RCHARDS a cix,
JOHN If. INSIUB &oo
. INOHRHIFEROF & 00
PAS/ - Itamstaufsai
ant° Oldlp telegrapb,
PENNSYLVANIA RAIL ROAD
SUMMER TIME TABLE.
FIVE TRAINS DAILY TO AND
The Passenger Trshui of the Pennsylvania Railroad
Company will depart nom and arrive at Harrisburg and
Philadelphia as follows :
RS DOCTO READ
DOOTORS TRY IT.
THROUGH EXPRESS TRAIN lama Huriaburg daily
at 1.15 a. m, sad arrives at West MaiAtiptila 516 . 10
FAST LINE leaves Harrisburg daily, (except Monday.)
at 6.80 a. m., and arrival at West Philadelphia at 9,46
PAST MAIL TRAIN leaves Harrisburg daily (unapt
Sunday) at 1.20 p. m., and arrives at Went Philadelphia
at 6.26 p. m.
ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, via Mount Joy, loaves
Harrisburg at 7.00 a. m., and arrives at West Me.
delpela at 14.26 p. in.
HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, via Canna
bis leaves Harrisburg at 4.10 e. m.. and arrives at Wen
Phillip at 9 25 p. m.
THROUGH RX.PREEis TRAIN Raves PbUsdetittaa at
10.85 p. m., Harrisburg at 11.00 a. m., Altoona 8.10, a. m.
andarrives at Pittsburg at 1256 p. m.
II 1L TRAIN leaves Pailattsipbbt at 7.15 a.m., and ar
rives at Harrisburg atl2.Bop. et.; leaves Harrisburg at
I.oop, m., Altoona, 7,00 p. m. and arrives at Pittsburg
at 12.16 a. tn.
FAST UNE leaves Phtladalptla at 11.0 a. in., Harris.
burg 8.45 p. m., Altoona at 820 v. at., and arrlrlits at
Pittsburg at 12.46 a. to.
EIARRISHURG MXIONUMATION TRAIN hilavai Phil.
&Aphis at 2.30 p. m., sad arrtveg at Harrisburg at 8.00
MOUNT JOY ACCOMMODATION via Mundt Joy leaves
Lancaster at 10.60 a. m., arrived at Harrisburg at 12.40
SAMOIL D. YOUNG.
Supt. Mast, Llha. Nowa. Railroad
Harrisburg, May 2, 18ffi
NW/ AM LINE ROUTE.
THREE TRAINS DAILY TO NEW YORK,
ON AND AFTER MONDAY, MAY sth,
kj 1882, the Passenger Train" will leave the Phila
delphia ado Reading Railroad Depot, at Harrisburg, for
New To& Lad Philadelphia, as follows, via •
EXPRIA3B LUXE leaves Harrisburg at 1.26 a. m., on ar
rival or Pennsylvania Railroad Express Train from the
West, arrivingin New York at 8.16 a. in. and at Phila
delphia at 9.00 a. tn. A sleeping car Is littaohed to Uhl
train through from Pittsburg without change.
MAIL TRAIN leaves Harrisburg at 8.00 a. m,„ arriving
in New York at 630 ppm. and Philadelphia at 1.25 p. m.
FAST LINK leaves Harrisburg at L4O p. m., on arrival
or Pennsylvania Railroad Past Mail, arriving in New
York al 0.60 p. m., and Philadelphia at 6.40 p. m.
FAST UNE leaves New York at 6a. m , and Pintade l.
;Ada at B,a. m. arriving at Harrisburg at 1 p. m.
11411 L TRAIN leases Now York at 12.00 noon, and Rat.
adelphia at 8. lb p. tn., arriving at Harrisburg at 810
11PRE83 LINII leaves Now York at 8 p. m. arri
ving at Harrisburg at 8.00 a. m ., and oonneoting with t h e
Pennsylvards Exprem Train for Pittsburg. A sleeping
ear Is also attached to this train .
Oonneationa are insdeat Harrlabors with trains on the
Pennsylvania, Northern °antral and Ournberland Y.&Hoy
Railroads, and at Reading for Philadelphia, Pelt/Mlle,
Wlikssbarre, Allentown, Easton, Ao.
an=°WOW Pare between New York
sburg, 16 Mien Harrisburg and Ma ,
delWila $8 26 In No. 1 care, and 22 70 In No. 2.
For tickets or other Information apply to
J. J. OL Y Di,
myB.dtf General Agent, Harrisburg.
IN BMW 04§11,
rr WILL DO AQiIN
1862. SUMMER 1862.
v IABRANt EMEN T 1
CUMBERLAND VALLEY AND FRANKLIN
dcRANGE OF HOURB.—On and after
Hondas, May sth, 1862, Passenger Trains will ran
7, as follows, (Sundays Nicoeptal :)
For Chainbersbarg and Harrignug :
A.M. F. al
- . ,7 00 2 lb
...7 87 8 35
.8 17 420
MORE CON V tIMENT
AND ALWAYS •REAfy
FOR DOIXDLiTH ORE
s Arrive at...
~I Leave at -
380 12 66
Shippensburg ....9 00 121
• " Newville. ..... ••• .•...... 982 200
1, Car li sle 10 10 240
" Mechanicsburg 10 42 812
Arrive at - Barrisburg .„ 11 16 340
Yor Chambersburg and Ragersteurn:
leave Harrisburg .......... ....8 06 A.M. P. 1
'• Mechanicsburg 847 216
4, Carlisle 9 •.‘7 266
" Newville.. 10 02 829
" Sblppensburg 10 38 400
" Chambersburg ...., ..Arr ive.ll 00 4SO
" Ohamberaburg ....Leare..ll 10 440
‘, . Greencastle ' 11 65 :6 SO
Arrive at Hagarttowu . : - 2 so o los
0. N. LL, AWL
R. E. Mee t Chantbeniburg, Nay 4 1802UL.-d/y
So TRIPOLI, 11 , tagaiiind Kentish, I br wilebr
11101101,9 & BOWMAN
ail earner Front and Market stre ,
ON AND AIM.
MONDAY MAY bth. 1862
ti bag Morning, ifflay
2b De*oy Rata, Roaches, Bce.
7o Destroy Mice, Moles, and Ants.
2b Destroy—Moths in Fars, Clothes, &c.
To Destroy Mosquttoes and Fleas.
Destroy Insects on Hants and Fowls.
lb Destroy Insects on Animals, &c.
76 Destroy—Brag form and specie of Vermin.
"ONLF INFALLIBLE =MIES KNOWN."
EVERY FORM AND SPECIES OF
Those Preparations (unlike ail(otheni) are
"Free from Poisons."
"Not dangerous to the Human Family."
"Bata do not die on the plemises."
"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.
&any—the City Prisons and Station Houses.
Used by—the City Steamers, Ships, &c.
Used by—the City Hospitals, Alms-Houses,
E y—the City
aed by—the Boarding Houses, &c.
Used by—more than 60,000 Private Families.
arßee ono or two *einem of what is everywhere
said by the Peopio—Bditors—Dealers, die.
1101:18KKIEEPERS—troubled wish vermin
need be so no longer, if they use "Cams's"
Exterminators. We have used it to our satis
faction, and if a box cost 36 we would have it.
We had triedpoisons, but they effectednotling;
but "Cowes's" article knocks the breath out
of Rats, Mice, Roaches and Bed-Bugs, quicker
than we can write it. It is in great demand
all over the country.—Atedina (0.) Gazette.
MORE GRAIN and provisions are destxoyed
annually in Grant county by vermin, than
would pay for tons of this Rat and Insect Killer.
Lancaster (Wit.) Herald.
HENRY R. COEITAR--We are selling your
preparations rapidly. Wherever they have been
used, Rats, Mice, Roaches and Vermin disappear
rapidly. Emma & Simms,
Druggists, Windsor, Md.
"Costar's" Hat, Bosch, &o. Exterminator.
"Costar's" Bed-bug Exterminator.
" Costar's" Electric Powder, for Ineecte, &o.
IN 260. Ma AND $l,OO Born. Bonus Axo ?were, sit
vs stus PrANTAxioae., Slump, Baas, Home,
CIAITION I I To prevent the public from being
Imposed upon by *views and Bighly Panic.=
hnikdions, a new label has beenprepared, bear
ing a fee rintHe of the Proprietor's signature.—
Examine each box, bottle, or flask carefully be
fore purchasing, and take nothing but " Oos
L!' Reid iikerywaere--by,
All WzousseLs Dammam In the large cities.
Some of the .
Wholesale Agents in New York City.
Schieffelin Brothers & Co.
B. A. Fahnestook, Hull & Co.
A. B. & D. Bands & Co.
Wheeler & Hart.
James 8. Aspinwall.
Morgan & Allen.
Hall, Ruckel & Co.
Thomas & Fuller.
P. D. Orvia.
Harrel, Risley & Kitchen.
Bush, Gala & Robinson.
M. Ward, Close & Co.
McEleson & Robbins.
D. B. Barnes & Co. .
F. O. Wells & Co.
Lasalle, Marsh & Gardner.
Hall,. Dixon &
Conrad Fox—axo MOBS.
T. W. Dyott & Co.
B. A. Fahnestock & Co.
Robert Shoemaker & Co.
French, Richards & Co.,—AND MOW.
Domains, Gaoous, arossirssoree and Baran-
DRS generally in all COMMIT Town and
VILLAGIS in the
UNITED STATES. •
D. W. Gross & Co,
C. K. Keller ,
Principal Wholesale and Retell Agents at
Harrisburg, and by the DRUGGISTS, BMW
lIMPERs and Rummies generally.
lir COUNTRY DRAIN= can order se above.
Or address orders direct—jr . if Prior,
Terms, &c., is desired, send for'P] Circular, giving nced Prices]
No INRY B. 00874.11._
Pumaniaz ..NeiPi—. 512 Broadiray--:(Oppo•
'site the St. Iflohobut HotelAlNew York
lohits & trinity;
BOXETHING FOR THE TINES! I
I FA luccaar n • IN EVERY HOUSEHOLD
JOHNS & CROSLEY'S
American Cement Glue
THE BTRONGE3T GLUE IN TEIE wor , o.
THE CHIAP&T GLUE IN THE WOI
THE MOST DURABLE GLUE IN TIT, AvoliLD.
THE ONLY REL LA PT GLUE IN THE WORLD
THY REIT GLUE IN THE WORLD.
AMERICAN CEMENT GLUE
Is the only article or the kind ever proctored which
WILL WITHSTAND WATER.
IT WILL MEND WOOD,
save your bravo Furniture.
IT WILL MEND LEATHER,
Mood your Harness, Straps, Belt!, Boots,
IT WILL MEND GLASS,
Sava the pleats of that, expeoshre Cut Oho' Bottle
WIITLL MIND IVORY,
Doh% throw away that broken Ivory hw , it is easily ro.
IT WILL MEND CHINA,
Your broken Mina Cups 'ad Saucers can be made as
goad as LIM.
IT WILL MEND MARBLE,
That piece Mooted ont of your Marble Mantle oau he
put on le strong as aver.
IT WILL MEND PORCELAIN ,
No natter U that broach Pitcher'dld not coat but Ow.
law, a stdAng Bawd is ► abfiting ammo&
IT WILL MEND ALABASTEM,
That Mealy Alabaster Vase Is broken and you can't
mato* it, mead It, It will never show when put together.
It will Mend Bone, Coral, Lava, and in
fact evaiything but Metals
Cemented with AIIERICAN CIIMENT CLUB
• will not tinier whose it Is mended.
altrery Housekeeper, d have a supply of
& (leaders American Oms hou
Glue."—N. Y. fiats John t
sslt is to convenient to have to tae house."—dr. P.
6•14 to always ready ; this commends Ka& to aver y
"We have tried it, and find Sag useful in ohs homes as
water.”— WIZ& 4ibil of Vie Mara
ECONOMY IS WEALTH..
AO,OO per year uval toevery lawny by. late . Scalia
AMEIIOAN CEMENT GLUE.
Price 28 Cents per Bottle.
Price 25 Cents per Bottle.
Price 25 Cents per Battle.
Prize 28 Cents per Bottle.
Price 26 Cents per Bottle.
Price 25 Cents per Bottle.
Very liberal Reduction to Wholesale Buyers.
gar-For saki by tat Druggists, aud Storekeepers genera
ly throughout the country.
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Corner of Liberty street.
Important to HOlllO Owners.
Important to Radars.
Important to Rail Road Companies.
Important to Farmers,
sb autokos Shia may mons and dna:swam toffy
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IT 18 MN AND WATER PROOF.
II as be applied w asir and ago wO7l Of all Linda,
strop or lint, and to Smola Roan without
removing the Shingled.
The Cost le only about One.Thlrd that of Tin
AND IT lB TWICE AS DUILAIBLE
This article has been thoroughly fleeted In New York
City and all other part, or the United States, Canada,
West Indies Oradrsl and Routh America , on buildings or
all kinds, such as FACTO/Illta, Ottesessis, RAIL
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WROTE= and TIME PR OW covering Ibr ROMS Of
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rlte be by 9U714 'Rama AND
No Heat is required in making application.
The expense of applying it is trilling, en an ordinary roof
can be covered and finished the same day.
It can be applied by any one,
and when finished forms $ perfectly Piss Psoor surface
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QED or Bmsrs , fissommu of Item Home, nor any ex.
tonal notion w tem.
GIITTA PERCHA CEMENT,
Fes Mating Metals of all Kinds when exposed
to the Action of the Weather, and
PORPRWERVING AND REI'EARENG METAL
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This le the only °composition known trntch wW aucceet.
hilly rade, extreme changes of all climates, for any
length of time, when applied to metals, to which It et
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paint, cats much lea and will LAM Tang TIMM Ag
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restranlion and expansion of Tin and other Metal Roofs,
consequent talon sudden changes of the weather.
Il trill not CRACK IN COLD 8 RCN IN WARY
WICIIHZB, AND WILL NOT WASH 01#.
Leaky Tin and other Metal Roofs can be readily repair
ed with GUTTA PIi:RCRA CEMENT, and prevented hum
huller corrosion and leaking, thereby ensuring a per
fectly tight roof for many years.
This Cement la peetttlarly adapted for the preservation
of IRON RAILING.* STOVER, EAMES, SAYAM, AGRI
CULTURAL IMPLFAIINTS, also for gorier:if mane
GIITTA PERCHA CEMENT
For preserving and repining Tin and other !dots1:,Iloors o
every deacriOmn„ from Ita great ellustioiLy, Is not injured
by the contraction and expansion of Metals, and will not
crack In cold or run in warm weather.
These matertsla are aurae To ALL tallesrle, and we
are prepared w supply orders from any part of the wan-
My, at abort nodes, kw GOTTA PKRCHA ROOFING In
rollk, ready prepared for use, and GOTTA FUCHS CE
MENT is burrs* with fdll pruned dire:dim for appli
We will make liberal and satiafactory arrangements
withreapandble partite who would like to establish them•
selves in a lucrative and permanent business.
OUR TERMS ABB aii.Bß
We can glee abundant proof of all we claim in favor
K oar rinproved &toglog !ming applied theta to several
thousand 800 in New York OLy and
JOHNS SE CIi4X3L.ET,
Wholesale Warehouse 78 William St.,
Corner of liberty Stmt. NEW YORK
Bull descriptive Groalars and Pfletoli will be births bed
On application .
TEGARI3 Crashed, Pulverized and Rey
toed, for eille by NICSO: 9 & BOW MAN,
eb9l Corner Front and Xsrket streets.
PORT FOLIOS—WRITING DEBBI 3.
AN entire new assortment of Buse word at
11. 1 .tdcles just opened at
$1 U! comp Bookstore,
FOR PIIRLI'YLNG TICE PILOoD
AND for the speedy cu re , f '
ja . joined varieties of Llseasea • tbEr stlu.
Scrofula and ScrofulousAff -
ect- 1z .
as Tumors, Ulcers, Sores,
Pimples, Pastules, Blotch es ' 5
Mains, and all skin Di seases. , % US
J . c . Ayin & Co., Gotta I L ., ---
edge what your Earsagarl,la Lis
Inherited a Scrofulous infe , a,Ll L ,,
in ye/king ways tor years.
Ulcers on my hands and arm. ,
ward and distressed Inc at th e uurz...r.,
tt brOare ont on my head and er t, r, a..
with one sore, which Was patt,Ll
description. I tried wetly
clans, but without rauc,,
the disorder grew worse. At I.: I', I
read in the Gospel kluuetig‘r rbrrt y ,
alternative (Satsairattha, rur rrir A
utauon that anything you ara r
to atimtinati and got aud r.irr
tons It, as you advise, i :In,:
over a mouth, eau used t tbrr
healthy skin aeon bas an 10 'oral Ut..•
after a while fell of, u A rr
my feelings L.Lat tlAe dr:eutrr ,
You C-411 weil behave that rar,
I tell you, that I houi
age, and remain ever grattkruy,
Bt, Anthony's Fire, hos t . u , ~
Tette' and Salt Rhet ,
kingworni, bore Eyts.
Dr. Robert M.
3ep., 1869, that b. u e ccr
ey, which threacene‘i
Tofu% tulle of air hatf , zparli.,
tack of ItaltouLat •
Bays he tures the Ci..II.MIUG. •
Bronchoce4e, Goitre or ziwE, "
7.ebuion Sloan of
coo or your arsaparolla 1,
sous swelling on the uecit, wu •
over two years
Leticorrhaia or Whitek Ova...a
Uterine Ulceration, Y einai
Dr. J. B. S. Chaut..u,:,, of
moat cheerfully cote,,:y alto t• •
in saying I have toeu oar Cr-„
alteralLUV. : •
ploy such I rem.o:.. bat , •
the Scrolublus t. : -
=tee of laucorrlicea
plaint was caused
ottratiou itself Was -
luxorledge equal. f.r (Le, ” -
SdWata S. Marrow , of
gitrocts esforion tion.r au
which bad dettal all the r , n,
el lenglb boon Ll 7, -
ileucoald &Ecru rel , A, . •
SIXIDIOATiOIi as lbc iut r
proved effectual. Alit
Ito symptom ol the iu.a c r _
Byphilie and Idoicari3.
Dr. J. C. Area . I .
goad of your sgsot, 1 r
have realized wilt ) ,, Jr ; _
I have cured Will of, ❑ .
*lute tor which 1;1.. . „ .
Meats truly w00dai1.....
to his throat, P - .:1 ':
cured him In tail. ..
en away a L0c.4,.. •
disorder weell - -
ytelded to in. au:.,. , ; .
treated for iLu • .
front lobs puwot. w 1., r . , .
remedy • •
RAW V OILK
Rhetunaum, Gout, Liver .vmvitat
171.arL:i no. t , ,
Di. J. C. Alesg.
nil Wimple r 4 •
the skill or pops:c
remedies .E . crould , . -
One bottle cured rue
Ma health so inucrl tzar I Ara ..r
was adtackod. it 1
John Y. Getchr .. ! t L.,_ , ,
athicted for years with ~11 • '
destroyed my newt,.
thing !jibed to relieve v •
down na.in fur 30u., it I •
111111911lentrof th Ltvr i,„
udetred mu tr, ;!..! -..•. •
61d be guour you,; ,
trying. Ily the
young sigma. • .. • .
half good euouga."
Bohirrns, Cancer Tamori, EidargemeL
Ulceration, Caries aid EsiuhatioL
A great Variety 3
where curse of Joe., torra,l4 4 .11, •
form the use 01 Lilts remedy ;
admit them. Som •Ji then: mss:
Call Almanac, Watch th, aO.l te , • ,
to furnish gratis to ail wh -
Dyspepsia, Heart Disease, f,t., Lp.a.
sy, Melancholy, lieura,,ls,
Many remarkable cures of
made by the alternative p.,s , • -
dates the vital luliclatoo if W , • .
Its reach. Such • remedy L.L.. . •
cettalties of the people, and 55, La. _
do for them all that mallets,. uL d.
Ayer's Cherry teetotal
11011 TEM h.i.'11) ,,
COnits, Colds, Influenza, }l6aTSetie
Croup, Bronchitis, IDelpieLL L'
gumption, and for tie
in advanced stries
of the Disease,
Thla ha remedy 80
other for the cure ot ttirwst tmd
USolmis here to pU011,45 tug e
wonderiul clout 01 - 5
known litifOiagnosll. LAD, ..,. •
few are the eurrimumtiee,,,, . ._
who have not some pew seat ex ,
some living trophy .L 1 their
15niblie end dangeonk, o
A. all know the Stns./Jul lat t. -
u they know, (.4;4.110010 "
do more than to arvatt cue-, - -
tune that It del Lave ant a 1.1-0..t4
won so strongly upon the c.L • -
Prepared by .11r. J. C.
L o W° AYTxh
Sold by 0. A. Baonvart,
Co., J. Y. Luis, & Co., .inastroci tiara.
era every where.
C. 0. ZliklArk.ll:%lA-Nl'
BASKING STOCK, HILL AND
Flea been removed frcui 0111
NO. 130 JimiKbi. Z.II,E,Li
n3FASUBY NOTI, r..l.iii-S A/ r . " //'
RUBBER GODS 1.
R iabbe Balls,
TOURS Fresh Grosukl dO,l bol,i7ii::,,
.... BER( ......._______ 2l .l ' 3"R :l ' Etibber 11.,
Pa r. atspice, 01273.17100, Nr:'''' 3,,,4A.,:''
le hilt.::, I, - s,' . ',:,,,i,
comer From ,411.17,...r ,
fIELEBRATED DANDP:I,IOS -0,,f,,F:f:.
"...."120sgood nutriciong, Loa do 0.11-Jr,...1 , . r ;
now altered forsae v r I by
111 40:03:100,11:30,rd 611.1300,60t0r..L.„%.