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Polley. lnured&Million by inters iddittons.
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ixAS discovered the most certain, speedy
; end effeldual remedy In the world for
- MOP IN SIX TO TWELVE HOURS.
No . Mercury or Notions Drugs.
A Cure Warranted, or no Charge, in from one
to Two Days.
Weakness of the Back or,Limbs, Strictures Affeations
of the kidneys and Bladder, Involuntary disehargea, Im
potency, General Debility, Nervousness, DYcPelrlYi Lan
guor, Low Spirits, Confusion of Ideas, Palpitation of the
Heart, Timidity, Tremblings, Dimness of Sight or Giddi
ness, Di seas. cd. the Hea4l, Throat, Nose or Skin, Alfoo-
Mons of the Liver, Lungs, Stomach or Bowels—those ter
rible disorders arising from the Solitary Habits of Youth
—those mum and solitary practices more fatal to their
victinia than thermoset ••,yrens to the Mariners of Ulys
aes, blighting their moat brilliant hopes or anticipalione,
rendering marriage, dm., impossible.
'Specially, who have beconin the victims of Solitary
Vice, that dreadful and destructive habit which annual
ly sweeps to an' untimely grave thousands of Young
Men of the most exalted talents and brilliant intellect,
who might otherwise have 'entranced listening Senates
with the thunders of. eloquence or waked to ecstasy the
living lyre, may call with tall confidence.
' • Marriage.
Married Portions, or Toting Alen contemplating mar
riage, being aWaFeOt Physical weakness, organic dant
ty; deitirmitied, Ser., speedily cured.
He erhePlacitaihiniself tinder the care of Dr. 4. may
relistedely *Win his honor as a gentleman, and cou
&lmlay rely upon his skill as a Physician.
immediately Cured, and full vigor Restored.
This distressing alfectionwhich render, I lie misera
ble and marriage impossible—is the penalty paid by the
victims of improper indulgences. oung persona are, to
apt to commit excesses from not" being aware of the
dreadful cionsetunnoes that may ensue. New, -who that
understands the subject will pretend to deny that the pow
er of procreation is lost sooner by those falling into im
proper habits than try the prudent Besides being de
prived the pleasures of healthy olikpring, the most se
rious and destructive symptoms to both body and mind
arise. The system becomes deranged, the Physical and
Mental Functions Weakened, Loss of Procreative Power,
Nations Irratibility, Dyspepsia, Palpitation of the Heart,
Indigestion, Constitutlona 1 DebDity, a Wasting of the
Fran Cough , Consumption, Decay and Death.
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A Cure Warranted in Two Days.
No Aran: or Nauseous Drugs,
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uate from one of the most eminent Colleges in the United
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In the bospitals of London, Paris, Philadelphia and else -
where, has effected some of the most. astonishing sures
that were ever knoW.n • many troubled with ringing In
the bead and ears when , asleep, great nervousness, being
alarmed at sudden stands, bashfulness, with frequent
blushing, attended sometimes with derangement (Waded
were cured immediately.
Take Particular Notice.
Dr. J. addresses all those who have injured themselves
by improper indulge. ce and solitary habits, which rein
both body and mind, matting them for either business,
study, society or marriage.
These are some of the eadand meiancholly effects pro
duced by early habits of youth, via : Weakness of the
Back and Limbs, Pains in the Head, Dimness el Sight,
Loss of Muscular Power, Palpitation of the heart, Dye
popsy Nervous Irratibildy, Derangement of the Digestive
Functions, General Debility, Symptoms of Consumption,
ldirreauX.—The tearful effects on the mind are much
to be dreaded-,Lome of Memory, Contain= of Ideas , De
}relation of Sprite, Evil Forbodings, Avers - on to society,
Reif Distrust, LoVe of Solitude, de., are some of
. Teopemens of persons of all ages Can now judge what
is the cause of their declining health, losing their vigor,
becoming week, pale, nervous and emaciated, having .a
'singular appearance about the eyes, cough and symtptemei
. ' • Young Men
Who have injured them/talus by a certain practice In
dnlgcd In when alone, a habit frequently learned from
eyiicompauions, or at school, the effects of which are
nightly felt, even when asleep, and if not cured renders
•unethige impossible, and destroys both mind and body,
atiould apply immediately.
What a pity that &pining man, the. hope of his coun
try, the darling of his parents, should be snatched from
ail pnepects end enjoyments of bib, by the consequence
of deviating [remits path of. nature and indulging in a
ce rt a i n secret habit.. Such persons suer, before contem
reflect theta sound mind and'brWly are the most neces
wiry requisites to promote connubial happiness. Indeed,
without ihese, the journey through life becomes a weary
prig e . ; the prospect hourly darkens to the view
the hind beremes shadowed with despair and filled with
thilernelancliolly refit ction that the bagginess of another
becomes blighted with our own.
Wean of Imprudence.
When the misguided and imprudent velary of pleasure
ands that he has - imbibed the seeds of this painful dis.
ease; Unto often tape= that au4ll4lmed sense of shame
or dread of discovery, deters hint from applying to those
who, from education and respectability, can alone be
friend him, delaying till the constitutional symptoms on
this herr d disease make their appearance, such as ul
candied win throat ; diseased nose, nocturnal pains in
the head and limbs, dimness of sight, destness, nodes on
the shin bones and arms, blotches on the head, face and
extremities, progressing with frightful rapidity, till at
last the palate of the mouth or the bones of the nose fall
in, and the victim Of this awful disease become a horrid
object of commiseration, till death pets a period to his
Orange I sufferings, by wending hincto that Undiscov
vered Country from whence no traveler returns."
It in • meldillehollY fact that tboumands full victim' to
this terrible disease, owing to the unskilfulluess of igno
rant pretenders, who by the use ortbat Dewy Poison,
meyourm rain the constitution and make the residue o.
Trust not your lives, or bettittli-te the can Of th e many
134100111 ed and Worthless Pretenders, destitute of know
ledge, name or charade', who copy Dr. Johnson'sadver
yertleements, or style themselves In the newspapers,
me l o dy Educated pbyMcians incapable of Curinsi they
keep:you trifling month after month taking their filthy
an d pobionOoquella compounds, or as long at the smallest
lte can be obtained, and In despair, leave you with ruin:
ed health to sigh over your galling disappointment.
Dr. Johnson Is the only Physician Ave/tieing.
file credential or diplomas always hangs in his office.
Hisrentedles_ortreaunent are unknown to all others,
pre - Pared from a life spent, in the p oat hospitals of Eu
rope, the first in the country and a more extensive Pri
vate Practice th a n a ny other Physician in the world.
Indorsement of the Press.
The many thousands cured at this Instantton year al-
Seryear, and the numerous important Surgical Opera
tions performed by Dr. Johnson, witneessed by the re
porters of the "Sun," "Clipper," and many other pa
pers, notices of which have appeared again and again
before the public, besides his standing as a gentleman of
character and responsibility, Is a sufficient gliarrantee
skin Diseases speedily Cured.
Persons writing should be particular in directing their
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JOHN M. JOHNSON, X. D.
01 thalialUmore Lock Hospital, Baltimore, Yd.
10 It newly replenished stook of Toilet
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nouri9hing and delicious Soup or Briffflea, ' -
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of lire to obvious to need urging, ' '
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L'OR the safety of 'onntoimerti; : tvd havis
J established a Ood Oil:Dapolet Abe •ooroeref i Free! ,
alit Market streets. All our oils are tested and wei posf.
lively sell DODO Merit SW& as yore to be nop-explorhe,
clew and free from'odor as far aa practiaable., no eibit ,
at present the fo ll owing J ulrtlt relebritett brans. ' ' Keg.
milk Robinson, .Nabroaar andletaillstyloaret than Ow . bi
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coal oat. OPAL and chttaff follies! Tea. IS .. ; ', , '
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AT LEMAN'S RIFLE WORKS
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Address HENRY E. LEMAN, Lancaster, Pa.
ALL kinds of Second Hand Clothing,
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store, Second Street nest to State Capital Bank. Plx=
tots, tonic+ knives and gum blankets, a lest rate artil%
lery bridle and spurs for an ollicer formle, No. 85 Sin.
and Street. W. SAM, Auctioneer,
pmundersigned offers at Private Bain
valuable tavern Mend, (now occupied Ji
. Etober ,) situated In the ill/age of Pillows, Du , '
plein county, Pa. on the Jonestown mad, two mine and
a half northetat. of Harrisburg:.... stand — has In
excellent run of mutton.. fr
The buildings are entire/y new and very substantial;
a well of never failing water near the door, together
w i th a due variety of fruit and ornamental treas. The
property will be sold cheep. ' • - • !
For terms itc, address JOHN
progress P. O.
P. 8. Good stabling attached to the prO111,40.•
SUGARS, whitoiind brown, of all grwled
tbr sale 1 w , by NICH9LB & BOWMAN,
septl2 Corner Front nod Market streets •
SUGAR cured hams, just received and
for sale, by N/OHOLS & BOWMAN,
s:p 17 Cor. Front and Market Street.
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.WASHING, BLU E , as
lent imbatawreiferindigi,liktlian sit the wholerniti
and retail grwery ewe br NAIROLS I ROWMVir
• odruerot front and Markel -• • i
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torsaleatJOHN sad Wakat
A RPM, nom, ItivroßT:
All Pargeo 411404rt01 ixtenstoe et
. In 1819, when the:tubject of admitting any
new State into thetfnion,,with the institution
of slavery engrafted: en its Constitution,. Was
under dioduisinn in Congtees, the Leghdatureol
Pennsylvania: adopted the fallowing .preamble
and reseluticon, forego any oomment. on
thin glorious chapterirom the, legislative his
tory of . the: oommonweelth, arid submit it in
full se the noblest evidences of the• humanity
and Democracy of our fathers we have on re
eord•among•the archives. of the State. The
preamble, which is quite lengthy, is in these
Resolutions Waive to preventing the introdue
• tion of • slavery into new states.
The Senate and-House of Representatives of
the ; commonwealth. of Pennsylvania, whilst
,cherish the right of the individual states
to express their opihiontf upon all public rues
sureertmosea in to congress of the union, are
aware that its usefulness must in a great degree
depend trivia the discretion with which it is ex
; _the); belleie that the right 'ought not
to be resorted to imon trivial subjects or unlii'
portant-ea:Wiens, but they are also persuaded
that there.are moments when; the neglect to
exercise it !maid be .a dereliction of public, duty.
Such an occasion as in their judgment de
mands the frank expression of 'the sentiments
of Pennsylvania is presented. A measure
wasardently supported in the :last 'congress of
the ,United S4tee, and will probably be as ear
nestly luted during the existing session of that
body, *Rich lies a palpable tendency to impair
the ppoolitical - relations of the amend states,
avhickis calculated to mar the social happiness
of the present and future generations,
adopted would impede the march of humanity
'and 'fibedoin MtOugh the World, and would affix
and perpetustean odious stain upon the present
races :a 11101SUre_ In brief,; : which proposes to
posni Rio crimes mud mielties of, slavery . from
the hau oft a Ipailsalppi to the' shores of the
'When matures of this charecter are seriously
advocatethio the ispubliciari:congress of Ameri
(it in tie ininetoonth IMAMS, the several states
are invokedibi.the duty which they owe to the
Deity, by the yenerition which they entertain
fOio the merirest of the founders of the republic,
!- 1 filerellUgmliosteritY , Eto protest
at Ito refine to covenant wi
crime,and to t the range of an evil that
already hinge in algal boding over so large , a
portion of the union.
Nor can such a protest be entered by any
state with. greater propriety than by Pennsyl
?AlWA ; thla commonwealth has as sagredly re
spected the rights of Other states as it has been
careful of its own ; it has' been the invariable
aim "of the people of 'Pennsylvania to extend to
the universe by their example, the unadultera
ted blessings of civil and religious freedom,' ; ft
is their pride that they have been at all times
the practical advocates of thoae improvements
and charities amongst men, which are so well
calculated to - enable them to answer the purpo
ses of their Creator ; and above all, they may
boast that they were foremost in removing the
pollution 9f slavery from amongst them. .
6 1141 00 ,4 PaelejealietielikileHlieti s Jldelii Penn
sylvania considers .it her duty to raise her
voice, was calm:010 Mir -*bridge' any of the
rights guaranteed — to the several States, if
odious as slavery was proposed to hasten
its extinction by means . injurious to the States
upon width was unhappily entailed, Penn
sylvania would be amongst the first to insist
upon a sacred observance of the constitutional
CoMplakit ; but it cannot be pretended that the
rights of any of the States are at all to be af
fected by refusing to extend the mischiefs of
humair bandage obey the boundless regions of
the west, a territory which formed no part of
tke confedenstlort at tOi!adoption ot• they Pion
etantiOn, which'lnis 'been but hitely purchased
from an European "power by the people of the
Union at large, Which ratty or= may not be ad
mitted as a State into the Union at the discre
tion of Congress, which must establish a Re
publican form of gdriernment and no other,
andrwhose climate affordn none of-thwpretexta
urged for resorting to the labor of natives of
the torrid zone, " such a territory has no right,
inherent or acuired, 'such is three' States pos
awed which established the existing Conatita
tion. 'When that Constitution was . framed in
September,' seventeen lirmdred and eighty
seven, 'the canceeeion that three-fifths - of the
slaves in the States then existing , should be
repreeenteti in Congress , cophi _ not have been
intended to embrace , regions- at that time held
by fcireign power ; the contrary; so anxious
were the Convent of that dayto confine human
bondage within Ur ancient home, that on the
thirteenth of Snit' seventeen"-hundred and
eighty-seven, that'hody 'nitstitinionsfy declared
that slavery or involuntary servitude should
not exist in the extensive territories bounded
by' the Chin; the Mississippi, Canada and the
lakeir, and in =the ninth section of 'the' first
tide of the Constitution itself, the power of
Congress to Prohibit the MignitiOn of servile
persons after the year eighteen hundrel and
eight , brapregidy-recogrdsed, narlirtheret to be
(Mind the.statute book ea singleinetance of
the admintion - of a territory to . the . rank of a
State; *hick Congress' have not' 'adhered to
the right'veeted in them by, the Constitution
to , itipulate with the territory 'upon, the - condi
tions of tech admissioll
The. Senate and House of Representatives of
Penosylvanja theeifore cannot but,.deprecate
any departure from the humane and enlighten
er:l;oU primal, not only by the illustrious
41: 11 kgrees eigseratem hundretiand eighty-seven,
by ; their lineeessors without exception, they
pis Penntadel ghat to,open.the fertile regions of
the west toartervile race, would tend to increase
their,numbera beyond ad; past example, would
open a new_and steady market for the lawless
venders of hrtmen, flesh, and would render all
schemes, teXt Illdlterating this most lord blot
' II P O A the Amtniqm, character useless, and un
Under these convictions and In the full per
masion-that upon this topic there is but 'one
opinion in-Pennsylvania.- • '
,11250t7M9 by insaftersdAsu of liqmsgen
'WM. DOOR. Jr., & Oo
'the Senators and Representatives of this state,
In the congress of the United States, be, and
they are hereby requested to vote against the
admission of any territory as a state into the
union, unless "the further introduction of sla
very or involuntary servitude, except for the
punishment of crimes whereof the party shall
have been duly convicted, shall be -
And all children born within the
after its admission into the ui
shall be free, but may be held
tho age of twenty-five years."
Reaved, That the Governor
hereby requested to cause a cop:
Mg preamble ana resolution to
to each of the Senators and Re
this state, in the congress of the
On the question, "Will the
the resolution?" the yeas and
quired, and were as follows, nami
bridge,* Bally,* Blockfan, Bower,
Brewster,* Caldwell, Cochran, Conselly,
(1,) Oraig, Crisman, Cummin,
.Dimsnick, Dole, Dorrance, Duane, Estep, ender
machos., Foulke,* Garnant, Gilmore (2,) Hamm,
Baas, Has, Heck, Hill , Hindman, Rolm, Hunt,*
Jarrett, Jenks, Jones, Kelton,* Kerlin,* Keys,
Kohler, Kyle, Lehman, (8,) .Lightner • Logan,
McClure, McFee, Mann, Mengle, Nidd;warth (4,)
Killer, P., Miller W. Mitchell, ilorriipn * New
hard, Noble, Ogle, Orr, Porter,(s,) Povall; (6,)
Rahrer;Randall, Ramsay, Ray; Reed, Ryder, Rischer
Robeson, A., Robinson, S , Rohrer,* Rosenbery,
Rutherford, Rutter,* Ryan, Salkule, Scott, Wilson,
Smith, William Smith, louder, Stewart,* Stock
man, Sturgeon (7,) Swartzwelder,l,packara (8,)
Thompson,* Todd (9,) Trevor, Mier, Wallace,
Weaver, Wells, Wilkins,* (10,) WynCoop,*
Lawrence (11,) Speaker.
" Bo the question wee determined in the affir
[Democrats in Mies, Federalists marked with
°Hon. Wm. J. Duane, Secretaty of the Tres
Bury, under General Jackson.
tJosiah Randall, Esq., of Philadelphia, and
Mr. Jacob Souder, of Philadelphif county.
1. Hon. Richard Coulter, late Judge of the
Supreme Court of Pennsylvania.
2. The late John Gilmore, of Butler county,
member of Congress.
3. The late • Dr. William Lehman, of Phila
• 4. Ner Middleswarth, of Union County, since
a member of Congress, etc.
5. David R. Porter, of Huntingdon, since
Governor of Pennsylvania.
6. Dr. Richard Povall, of Philadelphia, a na
tive of Virginia. •
7. Mr. Daniel Sturgeon, since United States
Senator, and now Treasurer of the Mint in
8. The late Mr. Thackara, Curator of the
Academy of Fine Arts.
9. James Todd, Esq., late Attorney General
10. Hon. William Wilkins, of Allegheny,
since 13'nitectStatew-Setiater, Minister •to -Mu*
The preamble and resolutions passed the Son-
ate unanimously, after amendments which are
not set out in their journal. They were brought
back to the House on the 21st of December,
1819, the amendments concurred in. The Gov
ernor, Warmtm FENDLA; a Democrat, 'signed
Such were the doctrines of all parties in
1819. Then, a legislature of Pennsylvania
unanimously resolved to instruct in the Senators
and Representatives in Congress to vote against
the extension of slavery into any of the
territories of the nation. What a contrast since
then ? Now, a miserable faction in this state
has made issue with that government upon the
same principle, and while the government is
engaged in a life and death struggle with the
advocates of slavery, armed and in rebellion
for the purpose of establishing the right of
slavery over all other rights and privileges,
the adherents of this same faction are giving
aid and comfort to the rebel leaders. But as
in 1819, so will it be in 1862. The friends of
freedom are bound to triumph !
A Neutral Journal's Opinion of the
The Editors of the Harrisburg Patriot and
Union are evidently desirous of again becoming
boarders.at the expense of the government.
The last proclamation of the President relating
to traitors and sympathisers with Secesh at the
North touches them upon a sore pleas, anti
they break out in this morning's paper in the
"Since the issue of yesterday's paper the gov
ernment assumed an attitude of hostility to ci
vil liberty, and liberty of speech and of the
press, the makes us pause. We have as little
fear, perhaps, as any one; but prudence coun
sels us to spend one night in reflection bol ore
venturing upon a course which, if once taken,
nothing but imprisonment or death can turn or
drive ns from. We feel the solemn import
ance of the occasion, and shall not act hastily.
When we shall have finally decided upon what,
under the circumstances, is our duty we shall
ask no questions, consider no obstacles,' but
march on boldly and fearlessly in the pathunix;
ked out, though hell itself, and all the Ahoy!:
tioniste, in power and out of power, that at
the mark of the beast on their foreheads, sh;rk
stand in the way. We have God-given sig
which no power can take from us, and-comititit
tional rights that no tyranny, military or
shall wrest from us, or suspend unueccasarily,
without a struggle."
The sentiments above expressed are those of
a traitor. But as the writer has concluded to
spend one night in reflection before he proceeds
further in his treason, he may conclude that
yielding obedience to the laws essential for the
preservation of the government in the present
crisis, is much more comfortable than to be held
in duress behind Union bayonets. It is charit
able to suppose that the brain that conceived
the above was unduly heated at the time by
the worst description of bad whisky, and that
the cool.of the morning has materially wrought
a change in. sentiments. —Lancaster Evening Ex.
eau Sept. 25. 1862.
A • NEW „MONITOR."
Wasimaroz, DEL„ Sept. 27.—One of the new
"Monitors," an iron-clad vessel of superior
model and finish, was launched here yesterday,
amidst the greatest enthusinem. She is built
upon..the plan of the celebrated Monitor, and
will prove herself not inferior to it either in
execution or I,7lilus,
grtsam Uttintig Oats.
Having procured Steam Power Presses, we are proper
ed to execute JOB and BOOK PRINTING of every
description, cheaper than It can be done at any other
establishment In the country.
RAM OF ADVIIIMEINO.
Aar Four Lines br lees constitute' ono-half square ,
Men lines or more than four constitute &square.
Half 9111111X0, 0110 day $0 SO
one Week._ 1 25
a one MO. .%
three monms .... 4 MO
it sit months 600
cc ONO rsr 10 00
one:squall% one day
one Week. • • .
" one month
air BUBiLIONI nolices inserted in the Local Co Iti114:01.
before Marriages and Deaths, NIGHT OF-NTS PER LINE
for each insertlon. .
gar Marriages and Deaths to be charged as regular
BY TUE& I I
From ourlt °ruing Edition
and that Dr
of Nelson al
tared the In
then in con
row, at whit
Reconnoisance at Shepherdatown.
CAMP RPM NEW YORK ZOIIAVMS,
Meek SMAIIPSHURG, Sept. 26th.
I was in error in stating that the threeer
four hundred rifles brought over by a previous
reconnoitering Arty were rebel property. They
were the rifles of the Philadelphia Corn Ex
change regiment, thrown away in the grand
skedaddle of that regiment from the other side
of the river on Saturday last. The rebels had
gathered them together for the purpose of re
moval, but our people were too quick for them.
The five English cannon, brought over at the
same time, were veritable rebel property, and
it was believed was placed where it was captured
for the purpose of temp goer men into a trap.
If so, the trick failed.
The strictest orders are now enforced through
out the army against maurading. The country
suffers much necessarily from the presence of
so large a body of men. Fences are meatinia
bly destroyed, though even this is prevented as
far as possible ; fields overrun and crops tram
pled out ; but I have not seen a single instance
of malicious destruction, and but little maura
ding. General Sykes, who is severe on marau
ders, a few days since sentenced a man who
had stolen a pig to have his head shaved and
carry a log for twenty-four hours. All forage
and other stores seized by the army are prompt
ly paid for:
The general position of the array has not been
changed, except at Harper's Ferry, where our
advance has been pushed out to Charlestown,
and have found the Rebels in front.
Much surprise is expressed among officers at
the failure of the government to any way make
an official recognition of the importance of the
victory won by our troops at the battles .of
South Mountain and Antietiam. It is rea
sonably urged that an official bulletin re
cognising the bravery of our troops and ex
pressing an appreciation of the skill of the
Generals who led them. would be timely as
well as appropriate, and that the entire silence
of the War Department seems to indicate that
battles are not there regarded as deserting of
thanks. Such official recognitions have the
best effect with the soldier, who sees in them a
formal expression of the public appreciation of
the work he is doing for the preservation of the
Constitution and the Union.
UNEXCELLED BY ANY IN THE UNITED
STATES AND SUPERIOR TO ANY
OFFERED IN PENNSYLVANIA !
CHOU% 11E38011BI WHITE WWII?.
Sir Debora any p10:43 in the city, free of charge
TERMS, Cash on delivery.
WM. DOOR, Tr., & 00,
Marine, Fire and Inland Transportation,
Central Agency at Harrisburg, Pa., of the
INSURANCE COMPANY OF NORTH AIIRRIC.
OF PHILADELPHIA. -
Incorporated 1794—Charter perpetual.
Capital and Assets $1,200 000
Arthur G Coffin, Samuel W. Jones, John A. mu,
OW ' '-
Samuel Y. Smith, Charles Taylor, Ambrose
John R. Nell Richard D. Wood, William Welsh, William
E. Eerwen, James N. Dickson, S. Morris WIWI, •jok l i
tlasen, George .14. Harrison, Francis E, Glee, Nokimrts.
Trotter, Edward S. Clarke.
Alarm G. COHN, Presidium.
CHARLES PLATT, &oretary,
As central agent for the aboTa name t etsiiiPany, the
undersigned. is prepared to take lire rbits man_y part
of the State of Pennsylvania, either annually orm-pet
nail, M the 111011 t favorable terms. -
come Third street between. Walnut -and Strawberry
alley, Barke's row.
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