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II All RISBURG, PA
SATURDAY EITENFSU, .IARC,Ii 12, 1864.
NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS.—AIi Adver
ti;ements, Business Notices, Marriages,
&e., to secure insertion in the
TELEGRAPH, must invariably be accom
panied with the CASH.
Advertisements ordered in the regulitr
.-erring Edition are inserted in the Morn
. g Edition without extra charge.
EAN:;-.-ro.T's Bronchial Troches for hoarse
ness and throat diseases, for sale at Dr. Miles'
Drug store, corner Third and North streets, and
Dr. Wm. H. Egle's Drug store, Ridge Avenue.
THE celebrated crystal spectacles properly
adjusted to the eye ; microscopes from 100 to
700 diameter ; tower telescopes, field glasses,
defining an object from one to ten miles, and
all kinds of optical, mathematical and philo
sophical instruments at Rosendale's Optical
institute, 8 Market Square. Artificial eyes
inserted. Send for a circular ! janBdtf
7 i ;- OWN AND COUNTRY.
AN important notice is published by the
committee of the Citizen Fire Company.
I:I7I.LDZERY AND STBA.v . G-ooD3—every vari
ety—opened out at Ft. Ward's. Read adver
Tim West Branch Insurance Company, 16-
cazed at Lock Haven, Lycoming county,' has
failed and appointed assignees.
R ET. JaatEs G. CARNOCHAE, of Troy, will
preach in the Old School Presbyterian church,
to-morrow, morning and evening. •
LOCUST STREET M. E. CHURCH. —The regti 7 : -
lar public services will be held onto-morrow
at the usual hours. Rev., B. S. Hillwill preach
in the morning, and Rev. T. H. Robinson in
FilE£ BAPT/ST Causca.—Owing to the ab
sence of the pastor no discourse will be de
livered. in this church to-morrow. A. prayer
meeting will be held in the evening, com
mencing at 7 o'clock.
THE Seventy-ninth regiment P. V., arrived:
at Louisville, Ky., yesterday, on its way'
home. It may be expected here in a few
days. The 79th is commanded by the gallant
A SOLDIER was relieved of about $BO in
greenbacks, in the vicinity of the market
houses, this morning. .No doubt the "pro
fessionals" attend market and mix in the
REV. MR. Fox, of the German Reformed
Church, will preach in the English language,
to-morrow (Sunday) forenoon, at 10k o'clock,
in the Good Will Engine House, Ridge 4.va
nue. The public is invitid to attend. . ,
AMITSEALENTS. —There are now five places of
amusement open in our city, and alll doing .a
thriving business. A sixth will be open in a
few days. Who says Harrisburg is not in a
"flourishing" condition ?
TILE Parke House, on Market street, be
tween Third and Fourth, is offered for sale:
This is an excellent business stand, with a
large run of custom, and its Admirable loca
tion recommends it to capitalists. See adver
THE Second Lutheran Congregation 'will
hold divine services in the Orphans' ..Court
Room, in the Court House, to-morrow morn
ing at 10i o'clock. The Sunday School will
be held in the same place in the afternooll, at
I I o'clock.
A CUOICE lot of fancy chickens, raised from
premium stock,'Nvill be sold at Hoffmau's sale,
on Tuesday, They are all Etna specimens of
the choicest varieties,, embracing Black Span
ish, Silver Poland, Black Poland, and Nankin
TsE Lochiel Rolling Mill company adver
tise for proposals for erecting fifty dwelling
houses. We also learn that a company of
capitalists intend erecting a block of dwellings
270 feet in length, in the vicinity of the
Round House, the ensuing season. This is
evidence of the prosperity of our city. Let the .
good work continue.
A SPECIAL atnErnzo of the City Council will
be held this evening, at 81 o'clock. The
members are requested to be punctual in their
attendance, as matters of interest will be
acted upon. It is rumored that the ordinancr
relative to the present market hours will be
repealed. The Sixth Ward Comicibium ques
tion will also be settled. •
Stnate.v AwsrAv.s.—By different nations
every day in the week is set apart for public
worship; Sunday by Christians; Monday by
the Greeks; Tuesday by the Persians; Wed
nesday by the Assyrians; Thursday by the,
Egyptians; Friday by the Turks; Saturdai
by the Jews. Add to this the diurnal revo
lutions, and it is apparent that every moment
is Sunday somewhere.
Matz= was attended by the usual rash
and jam, this morning. Prices were enor
mous, Think of 40 to 60 cents per pound
for butter; $1 to $2 per pair for chickens; 15
to 20 cents per pound for beef, pork, veal,-
etc. ; 10 to 25 cents per root for horse-radish;
SO to $1 a-piece for pups; $1 to $2 for a one-.
horse wagon load of wood; and other articles
at equally high rates. As soon as the bell
tapped there was a general grabbing for mar
keting, regardless of prices—every person
seizing the first article he wanted, lest he
would obtain none. OUT country cousins,
seeing the eagerness with which their go9asl
were taken, asked immense prices. Did pitrz'
chasers exhibit a little hesitancy in rciar4l4
buying, they would be enabled to obtain.what
they want at lower prices. As ionise Ifile - Y
are willing to pay exorbitant rates they must
expect to be imposed upon,
MA.?. Gm. Snign.panotd through this city
at noon to-day, en toe ADZ. the West.
SONE five hundred men belonging to the
Pennsylvania cavalry, left for Chattanooga
Snarrturasx.—Samuel A. Paist, blind me
dium, will lecture in Exchange Hall Sunday,
13th inst., at 7P. nt. Seats free.
AT A MEETING OF THE UNION MEN OF THE
FIRST WARD, held last evening, at the Black
Horse Tavern, it was unanimously resolved
to meet this evening, (Saturday,) at the same
place, to nominate ward officers and elect con
ferees to nominate City Treasurer and School
Directors. A fullattendance is earnestly re
RETURNING Hoh;i.'—Thei'llarrisburgers who
were captured at -Bath,'. Va., in a skirmish
with the rebels, while members of the 20th
Pennsylvania Cavalry, have been exchanged,
and are at _Annapolis. They are expected
home daily. We •hope the old First City
Zouaves will meet them, as a number of them
served creditably with that corps during the
nine months' service.
A HINT TO Feameas.. —There are three things
easily raised and -harvested, for which, the
farmers may depend upon it, there will be an
enormous demand arid high prices paid during
the war. We refer to potatoes, beans and
onions. The farmers could not do a better
thing for themselves and their country than
to plant these vegetables very extensively.
If it appears, as the spring advances, that the
wheat crop is likely to be short, and that fruit
will be scarce, onions, potatoes and bettnit
must be had to fill the vacuum:
P 64.1 01 AFFAP:S.iThii look - up contained'
fourteen occupants last night. They had a
hearing before Alderman Kline this morning,
on a charge of drunkenness, and were dis
charged. The following are the names of the
party: E. M. Lee, (fined Si,) Irvin Siegel,
(fined $l,) James Fit Moore, Louis Cochran,
F. D. refight; (filled *sl,) tiCirrigan,
Daniel Irwin, John Laford, George Warner,
Charles Hinton, Jacob Fox, Rosanna Gillen,
Patrick Gillen and Francis Drew, (fined $l.)
There are no 'other, police items to report
Au' EHBOP..---To suppose that every man you
see with a gold cord around his hat is a Giga
ANOTECER---TO suppose :that every Copper
head you hear whining about the destruction
of the Constitution, has ever read that article.
A. THIRD—To suppose that every one whom
you meet with.a brick in his hat is a house
Al Fouarn—To suppose that those Locofoco
Editors who blow so ,much about the worth
lessnass of Greenbacka will refuse to take the
aforesaid "depreciated currency' in exchange
for subkeziptions.--.2ftchange. ,
TRUE PA.Taxorrsx.--Sruith, the "razor strop
man," early volunteered in the 104th Illinois,
at $l3 per month, though he was making al
most a month's pay in a day. He participa
ted in all the engagements of the•regiment
till the battle of Gettysburg, where he was
-wounded in the leg, which he came near
losing by amputation. He was taken to a
hospital and ffkrially cliSeliarged, notwithstand
ing his protest and:•asseyeration that he had
'one more left of the same sort' Since his
return he has been devoting himself to pro
curing recruits gratuitously.
SANFORD has prepared a splendid pro
gramme for to-night and one that will attract
a large crowd. Among the other 'attractions,
we notice the Burlesque Circus, in which Dan
Sanford Rice will appear as clown, and S.
Hall Stickney as ring-master. C. Myer Roger
will perform a grand single horse act. There is
a fine selection of comic songs, overtures, &c.,
in which the members of the, company will
appear. The entertainment will conclude
with the Ravels' Statue Blanck.
The opera house has been doing a great
business. It is crowded every night to over
flowing. Those desiring seats must go early.
The SIXTH WARD COVIWILMAN. —The Organ
seems to be terribly exercised about the bill
recently passed by . the Legislature declaiing
Mr. Morris' seat' •in council vacated, and
charges the Republicans with originiting the
measure. Welitive'the assurance of a ()Wien
'of the Sixth ward, whose Dernocracy is far
more creditable than the "loyal" (?) editors
'over the way, that the Democrats, with all the
good citizens of, the ward •referred to, having
been denied representation by a Democratic
Council, sought the intervention of the As
sembly in their behalf and obtained it. They
feel under many obligations to Masts. Alle
man and Fleming, Who interested themselves
in the measure—securing its passage—and
Alley tell the Patriot that when the citizens of
the Sixth ward choose a councilman they in
tend selecting a man who will not misrepre
sent their • interests, be he Republican or
Democrat. If that paper "calaulates" other
wise, we think• they will be "slightly mis
A Sal:mime - I , T groiri APOIIIID. —the New Cas
tle Courant spoils the , sensation story which
)2as bean going the rounds of the press for
some days relative to the murder 6f a sol
dier at Enon Valley by his wife and paramour.
The man did return as stated and discovered
,the infidelity of his wife, but left "the neigh
borhood, either the same night or early the
next morning, and though diligent inquiry
T►as made, was not heard of until Wednesday
last, when he turned up, alive and well, at
Enon Valley, from whence he went to visit
this father in Ohio. His sudden disappear
ance excited fears in the minds of the neigh
bors, which were strengthened by the fact that
his wife and his paramour had his watch and
plenty of greenbacks. All the twaddle about
the tight rope performaxice, and the parties or
'either of them having: aeknowleTged their
guilt or been arrested, was hatched in the
excited imagination of.. a Pittsburg paper's
informant. The guilty pair have left for parts
Tux members of the Y. Y. C.'s are request
ed to meet at their room, this (Saturday)
evening, at 7 o'clock, P. at. By;order of the
SECOND WARD NONIENATIONS.—Town Coun
cil, B. G. Peters; Judge of Election, J. B.
Boyd; Inspector, Edward Boyer; Assessor, N.
Zoßinger; School Director, F. B. Reber; Con
stable, Moses. Fleck; Conferees. George Berg
ner and E. S. Zollinger.
BAPTIST ORIIRCL—There will be service in
the Baptist church, corner of Second and
Pine streets, to-morrow morning, at 10i
o'clock, and at 7 o'clock in the evening. The
pulpit will be occupied by Rev. Dr. Loomis,
of Lewisburg University. The public are in
vited to attend. Seats free. •
NOTICE TO BEM:iv/A/NG OFF/CERS AND TO AL L
PERSONS PRESENTING Rscaurrs.—S. S. Child
is now ready to make out the necessaay papers
for the collection of premiums for presenting
recruits, and still continue s to make out offi
cers' recruiting accounts, pay rolls and all
kinds of writings' connected with the military
departments. Having had much experience
in military writings, he is fully capable to
transact any kind of business connected with
the various departments. Office in Dena
TMEGRAPII Building, T)iird street, Harris
ME Hawaii Rum attracted a fine audience
at Brant's Hall, last night. The acting was
grand, and the
,scenery magnificent. In a
word, everything connected with the forty :
fourth entertainment of the The Combination
Company was all that could be desired.
fine Saturday night bill has been prepar
ed, and consists of that interesting play en
titled The Factory Girl. This 'fine piece will
bear frequeht repetitions, and is well worth a
visit. It will convince every spectator that
"all is not gold, that glitters." A very excel
lent drama will conclude the entertainment.
We are pleased to notice the oritinued suc
cess of Rouse's Star Troupe. A more popu
lar or meritorious company never appeared
on the stage.
BANNYART'S BRONCHIAL TROCHES
For the cure of Hoarseness, Throat Dis
eases, &c., are specially recommended to
ministers, singers and persons Whose vocation
calls them to speak in public. Manufactured
only by-C. A. Banrivart & Co., Harrisburg,
Pa-, to whom all orders should be addressed.
sold by druggist every where.. _
Bead the following testimonials from some
of our eminent Clergymen:
Hesimitstma; Feb. Bth, 1864.
C. A. BenbrvAnr—Dear Sir: I have used
Brown's Bronchial Troches, Wistar's Lozengei
and other preparations for hoarseness and
throat troubles, and in comparison with them
all, can cheerfully commend ygur own as` a
moat admirable specific for public speakers
and singers, in cases of hoarseness, coughs
and colds. I have found them serving in
time of need, most effectually.
Yours truly, T. H. ROBINSON,
Pastor of N. S. Presbyterian Church.
agree with Mr. Robinson as to the
value of Bannvart's Bronchial Troches.
.W.. a OATTELL
Lat4.Pastor of 0. S. Presbyterian Ohnrch.
Ilaaatsscso, Jan., 1864.
To a A. Runtvairr. ',-,::Dear Sir: In. the habit
of speaking very frequently, and in places
where the vocal organs are very much taxed,
I have found the need of some gentle expecto
rant, and that want has been supplied in your
I consider them very far superior to any
Lozenges that I have ever used, in removing
speedily that huskiness of the voico arising
from its too frequent use, and impairing the
effectiveness of the delivery of public ad.
dresses. Yours, Am.
JNO. WALKER JACKSON.
Pastor of the Locust St. Methodist Church.
To C. A. BA-NuvA-wr—Deur I:raving used
your Bronchial Troches, I 'unfree to say they
are the best I have eves, tried and take great
pismire in recommending them to all persons
afflicted with Awe throat or huskiness of
voice arising from public speaking or. singing..
Yours, dtc.,* G. G. RAKESTRAW,
Pastor of Ridge Avenue Methodist Church.
autiassusa, Feb. 29, 1864.
To C. A. Bemrvarr—Dear Sir I have
found your Troches to be invaluable in re
lieving hoarseness and in strengthening the
muscles of the throat. They impart clearness
to the voice, and, are aertninly of great.bene
fit to all - public speakers. A. T. lIERIt
The tipdegrove Lock property, Ave mites north of Har
risburg, fronting matt the Pennsylvania . =Bland railroad,
near the depot, west the turnpike, cnitietingof a Canal
Grocery Store and a Hotel, is offered at "prliate arde until
the lath day of March, 1861. The cantd"4 r4;tcery is the
best stand on the Pennsylvania canal—large and coaune-
Mous stabling . snd bay hammy and itablararranged to
lock each team separate ;warettormes for. grain, carriage
house, yeigh-scales, sheds, Ice house, and all other houses
necessary for mirMng. on thp basilica
The Hotel (Rockville House) has a good run of both rail
road and canal custom, and is a desirable opportunity for
any one wishing an opening In a buskers already estab
The title to the property is perfect. Reason for selling
is on account of ill health of the owner.
Apply on the premises, or by letter, to
W. P. HP,NRY,
janlOdewtd Susquehanna P. 0., Dauphin co., FIL
REAL ESTATE AT YEITATE HALE.
The several properties of the &tate of WILLIAM AL
LISON, dechased, in the city of Harrisburg, consisting of
Houses on Front street 'and Chestnut street, at and near
the corner of Front and' Chestnut streets, a vacant lot on
Mulberry street, near Third street, and 193(, acres
of land at the eastern terminus of Market street, are of
fered for sale. For terms of sale apply to the undersigned,
Seventh and Noble streets, Philadelphia.
de2l.-dtf] THOMAS COCHRO..
LOW FOR SALE.—A. number- or lots
-have been laid out on the Jonestown Road, about
one mile east of the city of Hanisburg, which are
being sold at low prices. To persons 'desiring to secure
a home for themselves, and to be 'relieved from the
present exorbitant rents, this is a rare opportuigty
A number of lots have already been sold and but few re
main on hand. The plan of said iota can be seen at the
Sheriff's office In Harrisburg where persons desiring to
purchase are requested to call and see the seine.
Harrisburg, Jan. 15,1864. isnle
FSALE.—A Fivti-horae-power 6TEMA
..12 ENGINE and BOILER, in good order. Apply_ lo
feb.23-tr Walnut street, below sistn.
- . FOR BALE,
50,000 an d HEMLOCK JOIST
SCANTLING. Apply to
mar9-441.* Walnut st Sixtlt•
250 BUST-TRA'S'of PEA NUTS for safe in
lota, at TWO DOLLAMS-per ba th e', by
inaraivr* ; , .SBY & KUNKEL'
SURBILIOR WINES AND BRANDIES ever
offered In this market. In bottles and by the gal
as el' quarts ideom WIC b., hs (X,
GLAD NEws FOR TEE M'ORTIINATE:
DISCOVERED AT LAST
COMPOUNDED FROg ROOTS, BARKS AND LEAVES.
CHEROKEE& REMEDY, the great Indian Diuretic,
cures ail dfseases of the urinary organs, such as Inconti
nence of the ur*, 1411 , 414. - of, the fladifer,
mation of the Kidneys, Stone in the Bladder, Stricture,
Gravel Gleet, Gonnorhect, and is especiarly recommended
in those cases of Fluor Albus (or Whites in females) where
all the old nauseous medicines have failed.
ia• It is prepared in a highly concentrated form, the
dose only being from one to two teaspoonfuls three times
.tw It is dluretiC and alterative in Its action; purifying
and cleansing the blood, causing it to flow in all of its
original purity and vigor; thus removing from the system
all pernicious causes which have induced disease.
CHEROKEE INJECTION is intended as an ally or assist.
ant to the CHEROKEE REMEDY and shoidd be used In
conjunction with that medicine in all cases of Gonorrhea,
Gleet, Puler Albers or Whites. Its effects are healing,
soothing and demulcent; removing all scalding, heat,
chordeo and pain, instead of the burning and almost un
endurable pain that is experienced with nearly all the
Cheap quack Injections.
Sally the use of the CHEROKEE REMEDY and
CHEROKEE INJECTION—the two medicines at the same
time—all improper discharges are removed, and the Weak
ened organs are speedily restored to full vigor and
ea-For full particulars, get our pamphlet from any
drug store in the country, or write us, and we will mall
free, to any address, a full treatise.
YAW - Price, CHEROKEE REMEDY, $2 per bottle, or
three bottles for $6.
sa-Price, CHEROEEE INJECTION, $2 por bottle, or
three bottles fer
Sent by express to any address on receipt of
rap Sold 6y all druggists everywhere.
DR 'W. R M:ERWIN & CO.,
marlo:eodly . No. 59 Liberty street, New York:
' THE GREAT
CORPOMDEe FRO 3;:
ROOTSI , BARKS AND LEAVES.
An unfailing cure for SperFatorrltea, Seminal Weak
ness, Nocturnal Bmissicors, and alt diseases Caused by self
pollution; such as Loss of Mowry,. Universal Lassitude,
Pains in the Back, Dimness of Vision, Premature Old Age
Weak Nerves, Difficulty of Breathing, Trembling, Wakeful
ness, Eruptions on the Face, Pole Clountenance, Insanity,.
Consumption, and all the.DirOla complaints caused by de
parting from the path of nature,
This medicine is a simple vegetable extract, and one
on which all can rely, as it has been used in our practice
for many years, and with thousands treated, it has not
failed in a single instance., Its curative powbrs have been
sufficient to gain victory over the most stubborn case.
AiirTo those who have trifled with - thee constitution,
until thek think themselves beyonalliefeach of medical
wenivold say, Despair 7loi I..the CIMROKEE Ceara will
restore 14u heilth and vigor, and after all quack doc
tors bavielailed !
OirForjrill particulars, got a Circular from any Drug
Store In ty? country, or write the Proprietor, who will
mail free taany one desiring the same, a full treatlae is
ilEif•Prices $2 per bottle, or three bottles for $6, and
forwarded by_exproes to all parts of the world..
rr9o4)4l. ,..... rwe i ta:e w d7V r o j arer . e,
mule eodly l/. 69 Liberty greet, New York.
BRANT'S HALL. BRANT'S HALL:
Combination Dramatic Company,
Combination Dramatic Company,
Combination Dramatic Company,
OROWDS TURNED FROM THE DOORS UNABLE TO
4PLEYDID SATURDAY NIGHT BILL
. TIVQ EXCELLENT PIECES.
°cry e n dlp Nitta' clocam' '014171111 streams of laugh
. trialluzi "AP
ACTORt GIRL, FACT GIRL,
I TACTORY GIRL, FACTORY GIRL,
FACTORY GIRL, FACTORY GIRL,
FACTORY GIRL, FACTORY GIRL,
li,i; POOR GIRL,S DIARY
THE POOR GIRL'S DIARY
Aud the Comic Drama, called the
• DHSS FANNY DENIM,
MISS FANNY DENHAM,
MSS FANNY DENIM.
in two favorite characters.
Introducing several songs.
The whole company in the bill
Secure Seats and Come Early.
For particulars see small bills.
SANF ORD'S HALL.
THIRD STREET, BELOW 'MARKET STREET,
REAR OF HERR'S HOTEL.
OPEN FOR THE SEASON
SANFORD AND TROUPE.
DRAWING ROOM CONCERT.
SATURDAY EVENING, MARCH 12.
SANFORD AND TROVPE.
Orchestra Seats can be procured In advance at Barin
vart'e Drug Store.
Doo Poli re ce O s=y a s t i 6 nlteiraL l el k o eb pile t e o rv i torder.
Admittance 25 cents.
Orchestra chairs, 55 cents. - • • • • •
Private Wes, entire, $5 each; single'seats, $/ each.
• CANTERBURY MUSIC HA Ll 4.
WALITUT ST., BELOW THIRD._
J. KIDD Sole Lease.
OPEN EVERY EVENING,
With a Elrat-elass Company of
SINGERS, DANCERS, COISEDIANS, ka , Ste.
..... ..........• • • ...........
'testa in Boxes. cents
ANOTHER assortment of Pocket and Doak
Diaries for 1884, ju st received arid for sale eltaap• at
feb2 SCREFFER , S BOOKSTORE, Hanisbarg.
ORANGES! ORANGES! Just received.'
65 BOXES ORANORS, in prime order end for sale
"low, by Ifebq W. DOCK, JR., Is 09.
T EAF LARD.---Fifty kegs prime Leaf Lard
N for sale by I tfeb29lw4l EBY & VITKLE.
"Dr. Wishart's Pine Tree Tar
Cordial is the only safe and re
liable remedy which has ever
been prepared from the -juices of
the pine tree."
* * * * " Dr. Wishart's
Pine Tree Tar. Cordial has given
evidence in thousands of cases of
its power to cure in Consumption
of the Lungs, Erysipelas, Salt
Rheum, and eruptions on any
part of the body."
• * * * " Those who are
troubled with throat and lung
disease,s, cannot do better than
get a bottle of Dr. Wishart's
Pine Tree Tar Cordial, and-use
It according to directions."
* * "We believe
that one dollqr spent for Dr.
Wishart's Pine Tree Tar Cordial
will do more to purify the blood
and cure scrofulous sores than
ten dollars on any other remedy."
* * * * "The weak
stomach is rapidly invigorated
and the appetite restored - .by Dr.
:'chart's Pine Tre( ) , "Co'
Pine Tree Tar Cordial does its
work at once, and the patient is
immediately relieved and cured,"
Ataz. Don't fail to read the
IF.: TEE VITAL PRENCEPLE OF THE PISS TREE,
Obtained by a peculiar process in the dis
tillation of the tar, by which its highest med
ical properties are retained.
Have you a Cough. ? Howe you SoreThroal
Have you any of the premonitory symptoms
of that most fatal disease, Consumption?
Those who ,should be warned by these
symptoms generally think lightly of them
until it is too late, Prom this fact, perhaps
more than any other, arises the sad preva
lence and fatality of disease winch sweeps to
the grave at least "one-sixth" of death's
Consumption has destroyed more of the
human family than any other disease, and the
best physicians for many years have despaired
of a cure, or a remedy .that would heal the
lungs, but for more than two hundred years
th . p whole medical world has been impressed
that there was a mysterious power and effi
ciency in the Pine Tree Tar to heal the lungs;
therefore they have recommended the use of
Tar Water, which in many cases had a good
effect; but how to combine the medical pro
perties so as to heal the lungs, has ever been
a mystery until it was discovered by Dr. L.
Q,. C. WISHART, of Philadelphia, Pa., the
proprietor of “Wishart's Pine Tree Tar Car
Many, not only of the people, but physi
cians of every school and practice, are daily
asking me, "What is the principle or cause of
your success in the treatment of Pulmonary
Consumption ?" My answer is this:
The invigoration of the digestive organs—
the strengthening of the debilitated syste r ra
the purification and enrichment of the bibod,
must expel from the system the corruption
which scrofula breeds. While this is effected
by the powerful alterative (changing from
disease to health) properties of the Tar Cor
dial, its healing and renovating principle is
also acting upon the irritated surfaces of the
lungs and baroat, penetrating to each dis
eased part, relieving pain, subctuinginflamma
tion, and restoring a healthful tendency. Let
this two-fold power, the healing and the
strengthening, continue to act in conjunction
with Nature's constant recuperative tendency,
and the patient is saved, it he has not too
long delayed a resort to the means of cure.
I ask all to read the -following certificates.
They are from men and women of =ques
tionable worth and reputation:
Dn. Wisatar—Dear Sir:—l had a very
dreadful cough and sore throat for one year,
and my whole system was fast giving way, and
I was prostrated on my led with but little
hope of recovering. My disease baffled the
power of all medicines, and in a short time I
must have gone to my grave, but thank God,
my daughter-in-law would not rest until she
went to your store, No. 10 N. Second street,
and related my case to you, purchased one
bottle of your Pine Tree Tar Cordial and I
commenced to use it, and in one week I was
much better, and after using three bottles I
am perfectly well, and a wonder to all my
friends, for they all pronounced me past cure.
Publish my case if you think proper.
REBECCA rr A wir uroN,
No. 13n Wylie street, Philadelpida-
Dr. Wishart's Pine Tree Tar Cordial is an
infall 'able cure for Bronchitis, Bleeding of
the Lungs, Sore Throat and Breast, Inflamma
tion of the Lungs.
Pifr. Wean says;
Dn. Wpnalvr—Sir:—l had Bronchitis, In
flammation of the Lungs, Shortness of Breath,
and Palpitation of the Heart in their worst
forms; 1 had been treated by several of the
most eminent physicians in Philadelphia, but
they could not stop the rapid course of my
disease, and I had despaired of ever being re
stored to health. I was truly on the verge of
:Vrave. Your Pino Trcc Tar Cordial was
hOly reconcmended to me by a- friend; I
trietht, and am thankful to say that, after
g four large, and ono small, bottles, I was
restored to perfect health. You can give re
ference to my house, No. 968 N. Second street,
or at my °Mee of Iteceiver of Taxes, from 9
a. K. to 2 p. at, corner of Chestnut and Sixth
streets. JOHN WARD.
Read the following from Utica
Ds. Wxsuaar—Dear Sir:—l take pleasure
in informing you through this source that
your Pine Tree Tar Cordial, which was recom
mended for my daughter by Dr. J. A. Hall, of
this city, has cured her or a cough of more
than five months' standing. I had thought
her beyond cure, and had employed the best
of medical' aid without any benefit. I can
cheerfully recommend it to the public as a safe
and sure remedy for those similarly afflicted,
as I know of many other cases besides that of
my daughter that it has entirely cured of long
standing coughs. Yours respectfully,
JOHN V. PARKER, Daguerrean Artist
126 Genessee street, Utica.
* * have used Dr. Wishart's
pi ne Tree Tar Cordial in my family, and can
oordia.ll7 recommend it as a valuable and. safe
me di c i n , for oolds, coughs and to those pre
disposed •#* consumption.
r. G. A. FOSTER, 160 Genessee street.
The a b ove ex , e a fzw among the thousands
which this great - TentiedX has saved f3"W'
We have thousands of letters flub plird.
Clans end d rugg i s t s who have prescribed tuld
sold the Tar Cordial, saying that they have
never used or sold a medicine which gave
such universal satisfaction.
TN Tar Cordial, when taken - in connection
with Dr. Wishart's Dyspepsia Pills, is an in
fallible cure for Dyspepsia.
The I'm Ts= Tan Comm, will cure
Coughs, Bore Throat and Breast, Bronchitis,
A s thma, Whooping Cough, Diptheria, and is
also an excellent remedy for diseases of the
kidneys andfemale complaints.
BEWARE OF COVIMERtere.neS
Tlae &mine has the name of the proprietor and a pine
tree blown in the bottle. 411 others are eptolotut Smitar
PUllt StPM 121:09 and Oa DOLLAR per Boma. Pro-
Mon only by the Proprietor,
Dr. L. Q. C. Wishart,
No. 10 North - Second Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
Sold by Druggists everywhere, at Wholestde by all Ma
.delphia end New York Wholesale Druggists marlo-1y-