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• FOR nit
AND THE ONLY KNOWN, AF,34IDY
DIABETES, and 'DISEASES of the KIDNEYS
Ras been pronounced by the Medical Faculty ;an& the
public, to be the mostVonderful remedy for the.-perma
nent cure of all diseases of the , STOMAGEt ; !LIRE.ti,-
RIDNETS tumLBLADDER that has ever-been offered.
It is not aIffINERAL WATER. is '-frOm 7 ;eiperierie ",
that CONSTITUTION WATER e hisi bintaiited; and we now
say let no man doubt, when -a-single bottle has been
known to cure diseases ,which the :hest medic:el "taletitilin
this cootry lias failed to relieve. ; . , -
A relhedy possessing the virtues of Constitution Water
cannot be classed under "quack"
; preparation; as is
now used by the most eclentide practitioners in this city.
It Is only second class physicians that cry down popular
remedies, while the b,ettei skilled make (use of - every,
means to accomPllsli a cure; and the Success - of the phy
sician increases as his knowledge of different remedies
enables ; him to produce, a cuie„whire othere fail in the at
tempt. Sciettea Walked WitA flie truth._ .1. #
Give Castitution Water a fair trial-,we mato you who
are under soniiiirt.' s's care fromloarloyear, and'We
particularly allude to ladies who are constantly, resorting-,
to local treatment, and all sorts of loOtit'applicaffoits for
disc/met, with as much chance of success as there would
be from local applications to the throat for di6etia4af,tlie
We have been always careful to use ianguage in ionr
circular that could not shock the most delicate 'organiza ,
tion, but we receive so many communications from per
sons foi - Which Constitution Water is adapted, asd of
whose diseases mention has been ina39i,that. we have
come to the ccinClUelorithitt if the remedy is capable of
producing a cure, no matter what the disease may be, it
should be made known. The medicine is put up for the
public, and there should be no exceptions.
We would say, Constitution Water is not like:a gilded
pill, made to suit the eye and taste ; it is a Meditine in
every sense, of the term, placed in the hands of the peo
ple for their relief, and if taken according to three
lions it will, in every case, produce a radical cure. We
would say that the directions in regard to diet, etc., re
late only to the disease under which they occur
DIABETES., -:- - • 1 74
Is a iliSeaso` of the stomach and liver, acting, through the
kidneys, and is, without t denbt, themostlibetlidttedfilease,
except consumptirip,. that &foots the. Iminan cohatitutioni ,
We have no space for discussing causes, but willstate that'
the effect of the disease is_ the conversion of the starchy"'
principle (or vegetable portion. of. the .fiaod) into sugar('
which stimulates the kidneys to an excessive secretion lA'
water. Many persons suffer from this disease who are
ignoritnt of it; that is, they pass large quantities dining'
the day, and are obliged to get up from one to fifteen or'
twenty times during the night. No notice istaken of.it"
until their attention is called to the large discharge of
water, and often. when it is So fer advanced US tO bobffyond
the control of ordinary remediris. -Another symptom-is
the great thirst, which, when thvdiseese Is fully bkab
lished, is intolerable—die patient droakiciiiistcintly iffiehoid
being sate also dry - 0w of the mouth; crar..king.of the '
lips, a sweet' breath, in the More advanced cases, and
finally loss of appetite, emaciation, and the patient radu
sly sinks from exhaustion.
CONSTITUTION WATER is, without doubt, the only known
remedy for Diabetes, and we have as much confidence that
it is a specific as we have that opium will produce sleep,
and truthfully say that it has cured every case in which it
has been used.
STONE IN TIIE BLADDER, CALCULUS,GRA
':BRIM' DUST DEPOSIT, ETC.;
Diseases arising from a - stfcroticAt—in:the:orie case
being too little, *MO ancnoifiinied, by severe pain--and the
other alb() profuse secretion — which will be speedily oared
•CONSTITUTION - NirATER:
CONSTITUTION. WATER . I •
CONSTITUTION WATER . •
CONSTITUTION WATER , .
. • CONSTITUTION WATER
THE ONLY KNOIVN REMEDY. FOR,
THE ONLY KNOWN 'REMEDY FOR,
THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR"- ,
THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY-FOR
THE ONLY -KNOWN REMEDY - FOR'
THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR
THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR.
THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR
THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR
THE 0 Y KNOWN REMEDY FOR .
IRRITATION OF THE NECK OF, THE,. DLADDER
INFLAMMATION OF THE KIDNEYS,"
CATARRH, OF .THE , •
STRANGUARY AND BURNING;._ OR PAINFUL• URI:
For these diseases it is truly a sovereign remedy, and
too much cannot be Said in its praise_ A single- dose has
been known to relieve the most urgent. symptenta.
Are you troubled with that distressing pain in the small
of the hack and through the hips ? A teaspoonful a day
of the Constitution Water will relieve - yott like 'magic.
PEMSICIi!+N . S
Have long since given up the use of buchu, OlybObS and
juniper in the treatment otthose diseases; and: only use
them for the want of p better remedy., _
has proved itself equal to the task that . has devolved
1511 - 3 1 1 X4. 1,08 :
irritate and drench the kidneys; and by constant use-soon
load to chronic degeneration and confirmed disease. , •.
We present'he Constitution Water to the public with
the conviction that it has no equal in relieving the class
of diseases for which it has beenlound sp' eminently suc
cessful for curing ; and we trust we shall beirewarded
for our efforts in placing so call:table a.retnedyin a form.•
to meet We requirements of Patient and physician. • •
READ ! READ ! ! READ ! ! ! •
Dawvian, Pa., June 2.1862.—Dr. aAvg—
Dear Mr: In February,llo3l, I was AMOK N);1,k1,1 augur
diabetes, and for five months PasietlOte -tbanAwo
gallons of water in twenty-lenr hour% Pitaß, obliged' to ,
get op as often as ten or twelve nines during-the-tiight,
and in live months I lost, • about. fifty-.pounds In voight.l
During the Ippiallo Jfi1.X.,18,01, X „procured two bottles
of Constitution Stet, and in two days after using it I ex
perienced relief, and alter
.takiog two:,bottles was
tirely cured, soon after regaining my usual good health:,
yours truly. -- J - . WIZAJEWITT
130srser CORNEMS, N. Y., Dec. 27, 1861. —Trat.„ it... Gregg
dl N.—Gents:. I freely give you liberty to Outlialisehrthq," "
following certificate of the value. of Cdristitulleil ,riter,
which I can recommend in. the highest Iminikr:7 try ;tilifu,
was attacked with-pain in. the shoulderi, whble"
the back, and in her limbs, with Paliritidiois bf eNe Heart
mai irritation of the Bladder. I called a physician, *be
attended her about three mouths, when he left. her worse
than he had found her. I then employed one of; the best
physicians I could find, who attended •Iter,fes,..apoutliiine
months, and while she' was, under' slit, 04 not suf..
fer quite asimuch , pain: - He finall y. gtaf,e.her andsaid
'her case wad 'Wearable. • Per,' , 4lo:lo 2. ".*:•hae, each, a
ccnnbination of complaints icpy given Yor , era t op e _
rates against SOME- eater ' Ahout-this
time she commenced the use ,o.f.„,Constitifflon Water, and
to our utter astonishment; almbat a the:' llrst do.se seemed
to have the deSirell'iffeCt, anekhe kept on .improving
rapidly under Its treatment, and• now s,uperngendk
tirely her domestic affairs: she'has - hot taXeo any of pie
Constitution Water for about four Nveolts„,44* - e are barmy ,
to say that it has produced a perfaallenlAilfe•
MI. M. ? AN tENso*YEN.
Wrynsytemr,n, Mardi 2; H.
Gregg—Dearsir:-waving seen your advertisement of
'Constitution Water" recommended for Inflammation Lek':
the Kidnexsand Irr itation of the "Bladder,' lint* siiffered,.
fo r 010 past ttiree years, and tried - the skill of a npnabdr of
physicians with only temporary relief,l Vmsliiduced to try
your medicine. I procured one bottle or your, egentipat;
H ar tford, Messrs Lee, SLy,on At Co., end,. ty liert.j had used bale of it, to my surprise I found. , a, -gfaki. a tt a l ige in my ,
health. Hive used two bottles of it, and ant where I
never expected to be in my life well, and in good Spirits.
express my. gratitude for it; feel, that it is all
and more than,yoti recommend it. to be. Hay the be ing
of God ever attend you,diyoin labors,of love. . 1
Yours tinly;" LEONA.B.D BIGELOW.
FOR SALE AY - :ALL-DRUGOIETE.
WM.. HAREGG* CG:L.Preprieters.
lan 26-dew6m-Aod NO ! 4 11 ,P.Watr443; - Neit York. •
JOHNSTOMM T i-ArAy&XOW.DIN.,
r . f .
PICIIADELPI3II, 14: L :" -
KV:63ritgl 4 =BR O.
:.;:118-la . arket. stieet,
AND A LL. - - WAN Gl3l-Ttrit
^1" 124 - 071Et.A.. X' 13C
Steam • Jo*: Printitig
TEITRir STREET, NEAR WALNUT,
HAVELiG recently added to our Jobbing
Department a large amount of new type, several
new fast steam presses or the most improved machinery,
and other material, we are now prepared to execute at
short notice, and in the most approved style,
ALL KINDS Or MILITARY BLANKS,
. RAILROAD BLANKS,
POSTERS, in one or more colors, '
BILLS OF LADING,
• PROMISSORY NOTES,
- LEGAL BLANK
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS,
PLAIN OR ° ORNAMENTAL.
Orders from a distance attended to proMptly.
marlo-dtvrtf . .
A. F. 41111.111ERMA.N . ) -
Practical Wach, 'Maker,
No. •$2 Market Street,-Ilarr.isburg Pa.
FINE- WATCHES." • - • • •
. SETS OF JEWELRY.
FLAWED - WARE, • . •
TEA SERVICES, • „ •_
' • AND ALL REIMS OF JEWELRY.
tales constantly on hand a well Selected and elegantly
aiSarted stock of '
RDIL AND SETS.
AMERIC6.A7„ E'ArgLISEr AND ,-SWISS WATCHES,
;Roth. hi hold and SilverCarate.
• 'Also, a tine Essorlent
LADLES ' WATCFI,ER,
. t eg4naz VARDE,:rti oa
Of all derAtiOnsi r all of which i will be sold at the
LOWEST CASH PRICES.
fico- call ,and, examine the goods. • • . -
Particular attention paidto repairing 'of fine Watehos,
such. as Chronometers i; Duplex and other. celebrated
Watelle,s, and all 'kinds of Jewelry neatly repaired.
;None but the most competent. workmen. employed,' and
'the whole matter under my nyra i pe F rsoil i alap p lian - .
mitr2B] No. 52 MartUtstieet ndjoinirfg HELIL
r.r,;F::WATS6I4 -- yi
PAAP :tot Im;dslri.itlialaOlit , the-OM
terior of Buildings with the-MASTIC CEM.Snion a:
new sphiniti. - , :Thrimaterial is iintireljr different:froth 'all'
other cements tneilAcreitorpre,.asid;
imperishable boating for. outsfde,work... Mixeft math pro—
pot proptatiorieciVpurie Linseed Oil it thrill it selidcdure
blo adhesiveness.to.l3.rick or . Stone.Wallit; milking a- bean-.
tiful, fine,'Wuteiliroof iltuffaco Ind finish egllat to Brown
Stone or any color desired.
Among others for whom I have applied the Mastic Ce
ment, I refer to the following gentlemen:
J. Bissell, residence, Penn street, Pittsburg.
J. D. All Cord,
J. H. Shoenberger residence, Law* eevllle.
'4 A. jHoeveler,
Carlin Adams, '" , Third - st Met, Pittsburg.
dates Wood, chtime.St.'Chatlea, it
" .* Wi iara VoheI;OBAVA
BaivW Moser r architecti'Dlispatch Buildings, "
Jolla R Cori , fesidonee, - Ficint street, Harrisburg, Pa.
A. J. Jones, if
- Please address T. Y. WATSON,
.P..0.3301 , 43064iit5burg, Pa.,
feblB-d6m or, Penna. House, Harrisburg, Ps.
-I. 3 HOTOGAAP - 0 - ALBUMS.
• ANOTHER LAROEISSORTMENT
ho tog rsEilfiU : . A:lb s
BOUND in FINE MOROCCO—panelled,
gilt and mounted with two heavy
. 0 s.
ALBUMS u WITH
30 Pictures for.. ........ .............. $3:00
40 o 44
50. " "
together with vvrioustothez: Myles 'of bligiug, sizes and
prices, which will . berct . i.,o4,p,,
Sol er , s you Cardzo buy a prattler, more durable and
cheaper albuin , :ariywheie. - •
Call :andmee 'BOBtFirtit'S Bookstore,
marl.2-dtf Harrisburg, Pa.
itaIEEIZ IS NO'SUCH WORD . AS FAIL"
RANT'S- COMPOUND •EXTRACT QF
CUBE IfK , AND , COPAnkt.
This ,preparation -particulariY race'Mmetiihni to the
MEDICAL PROFESSION and the PUBLIC fen the prompt
and certain cure of DISEASES OF THE BLADDER, KID
ISEYS,GIRINARY ORGANS, ETC. • '
-, It may bo relied on as the best mo44e , for, thi administra
thin of these remedies in the large class of clleeasesef both
sexes, to which they are applicable. •It. never interferes
with the digestion, and tif cosontrationOlie dose is
much reduced. . is.
N. B.—Purchasers are adTisacito ask for TARRANT'S
COMPOUND EXTRACT OP CURERS AND COPAIBA,
and take nothing else, as imitations and worthless prepa
rations,. under similar; Mimes, are in the market. Price
sl'oo. Sent by impsess on receipt of price. Manufsc.-
ta only bg %MBA= ~CO., No. 278& Greonwich
street, corner of Warren Ape llAts-YOrk,fswd.feila:/i 1 ..
Druggists texerauv,. , oct2ldly
sale by B. 4.qcnioig kopse- ; figd-bk, - ; giagg" Istaj
task . dikriit6i T i 61
OVER 100 STYLE S
qz. • •
- - POCKET BOORS; -PURSES
COLJEk LON NA .IEB
• - 2 - AT
Drug and Fancy Goods Store ,
No. 91 'Market street.
• The best Morocco
.Aadi a general variety of FANCY GOODS, suitable for
'Pre.Onts, now on hand at ',i.‘„,'KELLEN'S.,Ovng.Stcire,
_ . _ No. illlitamet.street.
.PlOlO FORTES, NELODEONS,IIOI
7:I9I4IENTS, Flutes, Guita;s, Banjos, Strings,
r ;Drums, Fifes, and all kinds Of Muskial Merchandise.
• Picture 'Frames, Looking Glasses, Photograph Cards and
Albums; Ambrotype Gems, Engravings, Pictures, &c., &c.
Iteuteniber the place, No. 12 Third Street, the lanes
--Music Skim this side of the great cities. jan2B-ace
Pd:P . aRTANT7rO . IiLLY4-, will i e~itora:the
• Jl.sick to gettltb - , the'intbinperate - t& tberieratee. - The
Rhillialb Wine will do it all. Don't think the reading of
the advertisement will do • ; we don't claim that. But if
_ychivrill 4o to C. IL SELL ' ER'S Drug Store and got some
9cihe:WilpLe and examine it for yourself, it will set you
rigid; Will warrant you on that. Orders for wine and
wino plants taken and filled ,h,y- Arttruaut t hotistid.agent,
K. KELLE,It, No. 91 Market stleatellairanirg,-Dtc• For
full Rarticulars apply to or address the above.
JAMES R. LAMENT,
Ptito county, Pa., .-
mar22, : dtf Wholesale Dialeihi Wine riant.t.:'
HAVANA. ORANGES, just.received at
. MiSt.PA.& PAAER - '4ti
• zw2o,. (succossOre4o , Wlll.- Dbck, in;
011.2..+5S Jr, BLACKWELL'S ENCALISH
.a _rare A cti t de for_tablagr k e, Ps, received
anddor Bale :;. =BLEB FR , AMER,
- febl . . (successor to Wm. Dock, J r., k Co.)
::-A'PPLES! APPLES!!-150 bblP,..of York
L 1 state ApPleir 'York-_Sia*
Butter, ft*, sale at Ja29 BOYER & EORITER:
:YANA ORANGES, just rep - lei:Ad jit
zrilsolemar kEosa i ri t s. .,
D. W. GROSS & CO.
D. W. GROS S : & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DRU6-018 -. ZS,
x~ ..s -
HARRIER URN, PA
KEEPERS AND CONSUMERb
Ware daily adding to our assortment of goods all such
oracles as are desirable, and would respectfully call your
attention to the largest and best selected stock in this
city, et - - .
DRUGS, CHEMICALS AND PAINTS
Ws, Varubles and Glues,
Dye-St",Glass tuid Putty,
Artist's C:nloin and Tools,
Burning Fluid and Alcohol,
bud, Spermand Pine pjLs,
Bo . Wes, Vials. and Lamp Globes,
Castile Soap, Sponges and Corks,
With alieporal : variety 4 of
PPAPIIKnY AND TOILET ARTICLES
'selected from the beat manufacturers and Perfumers o
Eurdpe and this country.
Being very large dealere le
PAINTS, wzarz kky),
'LINSEED OIL, TAIiNISHM,
W711:t01F GLASS, ARTIST'S
AR1182 , 8 BRUSHES' • '
cpzolts - 41+17) RICON.Z*4 --
OF ALL HINDS
We resPeotfully.invite.ft WI, 63114 tiutt
can lapply the wants of all on terms .Iro their eutieffia
I TEETH ! TEETH ! !
JOYPS' 42z0..3YH1r518-POROBLA.T.N. TEETH,
PATENT MEDMINEE ..AND
Of all kinds ; direct from the Proprietors
SAPONIFIZR AND CONCENTRATED LYE..
Whblitsahi:fifents for §aptiniflor; which we actl.aa Um(
as It can be purchased in the cities.
TRAYER'E MEDICAL FLUID EXTRACT&
COAL Ofg! CAUBOIC OIL 1
Thing large purchasertOtilbeed Otte , - erti \ oe4 oflsr (n
dueeinents to close buerq Coal Oil Lamps -of .the mom
improTed pay,stibl,` : iory -- All kinds of Lamps
changod to i;i;rn cosl!piL, - • - -
. v. -
FARMERS At GRAZIERS
Those of you who have not given our HORSE AND CAT
TLE POWDERS a trial know not their waperlorf ty, and the
advent go they we In keeping Um" and Cattle healthy
and In i good condltlon.
Thout=da eatt.teatify to the pot they ' have derttred
Ikututhp use Pf our Cattle Powders, by the hidreesed qtutn,
ty iticl!quality of milk, besides improving the general
'health and appearance of their cattle.
Our long experience in the business gives lis the &dwell
tsge of a therotigh knowledge of the' tratit - and our sr
..r9gemetits Ia the,,eittee are'euchtiat we can, Ina very
short Urip, f\ rnfair. anything txppertainlag to our busilress,
on the best of twin&
Thankful for the liberal patronage bestowed on our
house, We hope by ehict_atto.ntion to business, a careful
selection!of ' • "
- Ilk ZE D
at fair prices, and the 'dative . to Please all, to merit a con'
tincacce la the favor of a discriminating public. •
_ ... . , ... . .
A- i p.- . 83111111; Attoofey:ACLitiV, Third
I street, Harrisburg, Pa — All bustiiesS entrusted to
him wrillibeprotoßtlyattended to:`, •, , . , ,
Bo .antler,' rellßiOliS andllack Pay of oilleers.collectoki, -
A FINE ABS() liTEEntr -•
.111141_ PORT FOLIOS! PORT FOLIOS!
Received at SCHEFFER'S. BOOKSTORE.
IGINGtISH p*Tax and •
t . NEW rCeis. srin 044
At, [noWo] • DOCK,
PPIONLEBII - - -
„IL BAIN barrel, half barrel, * cq.l+7.ani. at
ADiF4S : supply of w'iener's Celebrated
Sugar Cured Hama and Dried Beef, at
. 0 251 BOYER & ICOERPER.
S a°"-D BEE A FI CHOICE LOT
[1,11451 W. DOCS, Jam. , &
nY « , Gold Yen? If so,
CHANGE OF HOURS.—On and after Mon
day, April 4tb, 1864, Passenger trains will run
daily, as follows, (Sundays excepted:)
FOR CHAMBERSBVTiG AND HARRISBURG:
i Arrive at
Leave Shippeeaburg /....
mons, PAINT AND
, ••= , 4 TEFZiEI7
FRANIIL I N
" Carlisle 555 10.10 8.12
Mechanicsburg ... 625 10 42 2.42
Arnie at Harrisburg 6.55 11.15 8.40
FOR OHANBERSBURG AND HAGERSTOWN:
• ' A. M. P. Y. P.Y.
Leave Harrisburg 8.05 1:32 420
~ Mechanicsburg 8.47 2.154..54
" Carlisle 9.27 2.55 5.29
" Newcille 10.22 3.29 -,--
A," Shippensburg 10.33 4.00
Ch ambersbur g , ILest Ar 7: a a t. 1 11.00 4.30
Leave oreeCastta, ' 11.55 6.30
Arrive at „Hagerstown 12.35 6.10 -
sir Making close connections at Harrisburg with trains
for Philadelphia, Now York and Pittsburg ; and with
grains for all points West
ngi-The Train leaving Harrisburg at 4.20 P. IL, runs
only as far as Carlisle. 0. N. Ll 4, &V..
R. R. Office, Chambersburg, April 4, 186.4-ly
uFEAT TRUNK. LINE FROII THE
NORTH and Northwest for Philadelphia, New York,
Reading, Pottsville, Lebanon, Allentown, Rasten,SM:_, &c.
leave Harrisburg for. Ptilladrdphbt, New York,
Reading, Pottsville and all intermediate stations, at 8.00
A. m., and 2.00 P. '
New York Exprets leaves Harrisburg at 6.801 x.,
arriving at New York at 1.45 the same day.
Fares from Harrisburg: To New York, $5 15; to Phila
delphia $3 35 and /3 00. Baggage awaked through.
Returning, leave New York at 6 A. N. ,12 neon, and '7
x., (Pittsburg Repress.) Leave Philadelphia at 111151
se, as 8.80
Sleeping cars in the New York Express Trains, through
to and from Pittsburg Witte:art change.
Passengers by the Gatawissa 'Railroad leave 'Tamaqua
at 8:6O 4: IL, and 2.15". N., for' Philadelphia, New York,
and`all way points.
Trains leave Pottsville at 9.15 a. x., and 230 r. N., for
Pitiladelplila, Harrisburg and New York. ' -
Au Accorornodation'Passenger train loam Reading at
AIL, and returns from Philadelpitia at 6.00 r.'
All the above trains run daily, Sunday exoepteuth-
A Sunday train leaves Pottsvilla at LSO s., and Phil
adelphia at 3.16 P. H.
Commutation, Waage, Season-and Excursion tickets at
reduced rates to and ;rowe' points.
G. A: NICOL'S,
THE UNITED, STATES HOTEL,
HARRISiIIRG I PA.
ID, H. nirrcaxsoN, Proßrlntor.
/VMS well known . Hotel is now in a condi
tun' to accommodate the traveling public,. affording
the moat ample converdeimea alike for the transient pleat
and the permaimet boarder. , ;
THE UNITED STATES HOTEL, has been entirely refit
ted throughout, and now hos, accommodations equal in
extent, comfort and luxury Levelly hotel between Philadel
phia Auld Pittsburg. Its location je the bean in the State
MOW!, being in easy access to all the railroad depots, and
is close proximity to all the public offices and business lo
calities of the city. It•has mursE the convenlenois
. . 4
FIR,B Ord'S'S HOTZL,
and ;the , .R"Prietor hi..,diterridned-to imam' neher ex
pens,;hne later lo ensaiskthe comfort of , the vests:
The p4ro3pite of the travelling public i 4 respentlr a rsoli.
STATE CAPITAL- HOTEL,
CORNER OF THIRD 1414:1,N1PT STREETS,
PrfElgundersigned havingpnrehgneathis well
.L known house has enlarged and thoroughly renovated
it. The rooms have been re-pall:WA andpapered , andthe
entire estalishment elegantly re-fornished. Being plea.
stintly and eligibly located, and provided with every con
venience, It offers to the public allihe contorts and luxu
ries of a first class hotel. Trusty and obliging servants
always in attendan6e, A bar well t atockod with choice
liquors isntlached . to the . eitablishinent.
_ de26-dly W. (L. 'IIIOIdPSON, Proprietor.
JONES E - , - -
Corner of Market &ad' and Market Sumo,
H.1.82115A17.111 . 6 1 . PBATNA.
. ' - Proprietor..
m 440 .
CHILLED AND WROUGHT IRON
CUT—Showing the Net Work •
ef Wrought Iron Bars
IMRE attention of bush:meg men generally
is invited to the superior - advantreges or this Safe
over all others, in Fire and Burglar Proof qualitina They
are all secured by a Combination Lock, without key or
keyhole, and the whole outside of the Safe is CHILLE.D
IRON, (from 134 inches to 2 inches thick,) and is proof
against the punch or drill and the use of powder, as fre
quently employed by burglars in their operations. De:
acriptive circulars Banished by ,
GEO. W. PARSONS.
110 Market street, Harrisbui% -
' agent for Central Penna.,
HOWE'S SUNDA* Sala
Every description of Dormant and Portable,Platform
Scales, Say, .Coal - and Stock Scales, Railroad 'epdtitind
T rac k stain Furnace Charging Scales, Army Scales and
Count* &.11 es.
These Scales have Amoral IMPORTANT .ADVANTAGFE.
They receive the wcauand friction always on chilled iron
balls under the platform, instead of receivingpospon - the
knife pivots and dulling them. No jarring of ' the ; plat: .
form affects the working of the Scale.. Have no check
rods to confine the platforpt. Will weigh when out
level. Large scales require no deep pit and cost - Use for
foundation, &c., than any other scales. .
Full information furnished by the subscither t who is
agent for Central Pennsylvania, and sells manufac
turer's prices. - GEO. W. PARSONS
feb974l3m 110 Market street, Harrisburg.'
Broad Street, between .; Second and: Third,
undersigned has opened a new, ,BA-
EiggY, the Sixth wank Where he prepared to
supply I3REAU AND CAR"FVat reasonable. rate. Ha
wrests satisfaction to all who will give him a- call. He'
inuien his bread at the rate of
FIVE CENTS "PER PQ V ND _
an d f u n weight guaranteed. `JOHN ALCORN.'
Shade Trees. • ~...
A FINE assortment of
Silver Maple, Norway Maple,
Taller Aslc -Item Chestnut,
EuropearV.Linden, Catalaps,: ' '
Magnolia or,Cueumber Tree, k., Ire.
at . , . SEITONgIiITBS c. ERY.-
Harrisburg, March 16 , 1864. -
TOR WATES:AND ;13 BANDIES erver .
t..7-orereu in 0118 uni r k e n In bottles anT
* the gal,
len:or inart SHISLER& F
0016 (moofiSoni to Wm." k )
A. N. r. II
.DR. JOHN 4 LYON'S
FRENCH PERNICAL DROPS,
Are the ouly . knewn remedy , that will sueoesittuor and
!Ostia* restornand regulatetlis fematesystam, ;mot , .
tog all irregularitles, and preduaing health, vigor and
LION'S PERIODICAL DROPS
Area Anid-prepandlon, the only true one of the kind over
discovered in this country, and acts directly oa the, outs
affected, whilst pills and powders can only such them se
they work through sympathy, but not at - all direct and
Are you suffering from a constant anxiety for the regu
lar return of nature's prescribed laws?
Wive yourself no uneastnese., for Lyon's PeriodlearDrope;
lf taken a day or two before the expected period, will peal•
timely and Invariably regulate its coming, as sore as effect
Mows cause, ascertain as daylight followsSarksees.
Are you sick, enfeebled by diem's; Or unable to bear the
labor and danger'of hareem f
LYON'S PERIODICAL DROPS
Come to you as a blessing, for is not preventiontetter than
saveregularly taken, It is a certain preven t: 4 l l, and trill
save your inch'pern and many hoard Of on g.
Have you been afflicted for =my yftra,vdtitcomplaints
incident to tie,43;that lutve baffled the skill of physi
cians; arid arOurrrying you on to Mt early Owe?.
Are tbe . eleel reliable Mailer over known, arid cure, like
magic, all those irregularities that have defied the doctor's
Will you waste away:with suffering from Lencorrhatai
; Prolapse.e, Dymnenorrhaut, ands
. thousand other difficul
lies; alreuninted, up under, the • nine of imppreased and
obdractedwifithei whennnlnvestment of one dollar In
I.othlt'S I'ERIODIQAL DEOPS
will sorely save you.
Do notease the drops when forbidden in the,dtrections,
for although a positive core, and harmless at all other
times, they are so pOwerfdl end finely:calculated to adjust
and govern the functions of the sexual, organism, that,
taken Ali:apropos: timee, - they would 'produce results con
takii to nature, against which all,
_filuAlcstkirlrthose who ,
would mproduce, should carefully gruMi.
LYON'S PERIODICAL DROPS
. . . . .
. . . .. . ~
Cannottuirna'the twat delicate constitution at any time .
yet the. proprietors • wish to gnard against it,'
hopitittliat arthoodan' battles will InittiAl for a goodpur
pose-w!inai ono,ts used for InAllogititnatironet . -' •
I : ,YOy#,.,I I O4ODICA,L PII,OPS,
the never-DdlingSeinsde Regulator, iefor sae by every
Druggist, in the eityun4Aoontry, and do not, if you value
your health.and wish for medicine buy .any
other. rake no othef;,but if the Druggist to wham, you
apply has not got it; make him send and gel, it for you.
At Whollyride, by .
.et. -pp.. • • . .
_ ...- .
I - :1
t 4 =l>
C. G CLARK & CO.,
Yew Irciairt, Cont.
23 Ntativ2ixt}? Street , rhilailelptilk Pa
P , 4 1 , j
1_ 1 ( 1
3i 4 0
NEW GOODS---EST OPENED!
Book and Stationery -
Eini:raciD g vvcry n ,- and itord,r(,l
MAGIC CURRENCY HOLDEP,
CALF SKIN POCKET BOOK,
P O R TSIONNATI.S...k c
at prices to suit all circumstances
Consisting of a fine assortment of Westenholm - 5 Super:
From Newton's celebrated manufactory. Every ha s 6
with a guarantee.
WRITE. IS CASES.,
.PAPETERIEs , g e
Together with every article usually found in a gu t ,
Book and Stationery establishment, at
myl2l BERGNER'S, 51 Marizet ;-tr,r;
PEIPHER'S DAILY LINE
Lock Haven, Jersey Shore, Williamsport, Mon
ey, Uniontown, Walsontown,
Lewisburg, Northumberland. Sun
bury, Treverton, Georgetown,
AND HARRISBUR G.
The Philadelphia Depot being centrally leeate.l, the
drayage will be at the lowest ratan. The 4 ;.ietetter
through with each train to attend to the Nit', iielieety of
[di goods habmined to the line. Goods deliv,r.4l at the do.
pot of FREED, WARD A FREED, 511. Market mr,t ,
Philadelphia, by 6 o'clock r. will be delivered in Ear.
debug the next morning.
Freight Always as Low as by Any Other
Philadelphia and Refuting Deg<
Foot of Market street, Harmburg.
BAGS! BAGS! BAGS!
NEW AND SECOND-BAND
SRAMT:ESS, BURLAP AND GUNNY
FLOUR AND SALT BAGS, ALL SI/, Es,.
PRINTED TO ORDER, BY
JOHN T. BAILEY & co.,
Na 113, ..N:rth Front St., Phifa.ltipt,, , .
N'CLINTOCR'S PECTORAL SYRUP.
THIS INVALUABLE SYRUP, which is en
tirely vegetable in its conil.osition has t,c. n en,
ployed with wonderful sucem for many ;earn alt!.• • vrr
of diseases for the AIR PAMAGFS and I.l'N 1:S. r any
.fbrm of the disease, such as COUGH. TICKLING el the
THROAT,SPITTNG OF BLOOD, HIFI It T GNI:ATM:NI,
"BOARSENESS, LOt•••I OF VOICE and HECTIC I'ISLItz",
use will be attended with the happn , st r. it :••
of the best and safest medicines Mr all forms ‘•,: BRoN•
CHITLS and CONSUMMON. Bo /andanum or prepara
tion of Opium Is any shape in this syrup.
PRICE $l.OO PER BOTTLE.
For sale at BERGNER'S Cheap Book Store.
DANIEL A. MUENCH AGENT
OF the Old. Wallower Line, respectfully in
forms the public that this Old Daily Transport:ilk,
Line, (the only Wallower Line now in existence IN ii
city,; is in successful operation and prepared to ram
freight as low an any other individual line between Ptil:n
delphia, Harrisburg, Sunbury, Lewisburg', Willianistert,
Jersey Shore, Lock Haven and all other points on the
Northern Central, Philadelphia and Erie and Williamsport
maid Elmira Railroads.
D.A...NIF.L A. lIGVi . CII, Agent.
Goods sent to the Warehouse of Messrs. Peacock, 'Zell
Lk Hinchman, Nos. SOS and 810 Market street, above Bth,
Philadelphia, by 4 o'clock, r. at., will arrive at Harris
b. 11. read • Tor delivery, nest morning. tan3o-rdmyl
FARRELL, IRVING dt CO
510 MINOR STREET,
MANILLA PAPER OF ALL SIZES.
on hand or made to order.
Highest price paid. for rope in large or small qualm
Sea marl -dam
COFFEE , SUGAR. AND MILK.
RSONS making up boxes to sent to their
..L. friends in he army, will find this an elegant arty L
one box making forty cups of coffee, equal to any - Java
coffee, and with little labor. For sale at
SHISLEIi E FIIAZER.
24 Isuccessors to Win. Dock. tr.. a: ia.i
GUM PECTORALS are useful to soothe a
cough, allay Tickling in the Threat, to rehcre
Hoarseneas,_ Catarrh, Sere Throat, &c. They rata:a
Collet - oot, Horehound, Ipacacuaoho, Senega and
(the most reliable expectorants known,) are the clad ac
tive conzittuents, so blended with Gum Arabic and sugar,
that each lozenge contains a mild and very pleasant dice.
Manufactured solely by G. A. KUNKEL & BRO.,
Jan 27 Apothecaries, 118 Market street, Harrisburg.
A. C. SMITH,
ATTORNEY AT LAIV,
HAS removed his Office from Third to Wal
nut street, next to the Prison. All business
trusted to him will receive prompt and careful attent:ea
AN ASSORTMENT OF
ROEWOOD AND MAHOGANY
Of different sizes, for sale at
9019 BalkanLlt'S BOOKSTORE'.
MORTON'S GOLD PENS.
Another lot of Morton's
UNRIVALLED GOLD PENS,
Just received at Scheffer's Bookstore_
All pen% warranted for one pear.
PUBLIC 6011001. a
iiRHOOL SLATES of different sizes, Willson's ,- xcellet
aeries of Spellers and, Readers, published by llarp7
Brothers, together with all other tichool Bk)01.6 and II Itt.
inglaterials are offered, wholesale and retail, at
deci SCIIEFFER'S BiotoMIORE.
Another lot of Iforton's-Unrivalled Gold Pens ter Ed,-
All pens warranted for one year.
NORFOLK OYSTERS--Real Salts, unaer
the Toner House. York Ricer Oysters, a fine uncle,
under the Jones House.
Moo, Terrapin; which willbe served up in fine style at
*host notice under the Jones House, by
no - 30 • JOSEPH SSIVELY._
PICKLES! PICKLES! !—By tho Barrel,
EUilf panel, Jar or Dozen, at
nO2O SHISLER g FRAZER'S,
(Successors to Wm Dock. Jr., S Cc _I
A FEW HUNDRED of the best PEAR
or valuable louring varieties, ever aered
!brasle inEarriabluz, are now on band at the Key.,toue
NurrierY: - [apl] JACOB 3101.
OMER! CIDER ! !—Two Barrels of sm eet
NJ and pure CIDER jut received at
marlB ROYER & KOERPER.
ItirIOHENER'S excelsior halos, of this seft
yTy BOWS caring. Jut received and for sale by
SHISLER & FRAZER,
d0c1,5 _ (ea:meow= to Wm. Dock, jr., it Co.)
POCKET BOOKS, BUCKSKIN PURSES
PORTEMONN4ES, and a general variety of LEA
MICR GOEIDS, just received at
BERGNER'S BOOK STORE.
F''ROMANO SHERRY, imported
184 g. . Warranted the Finest Sherry Wine in this
.C°UntrY. For sale at SHISLER FRAZER,
. feta (successors to Wm. Dock, jr., fi Co.)
OATSUPS AND SAUCES, of the most al"
parlor and choice brands, just received and for sake
D 7 -3.11.15 LEK Jr FRAZEE,
(soCOOLVM to woa. Doci,