Daily patriot and union. (Harrisburg, Pa.) 1858-1868, October 23, 1860, Image 4

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    MISUELLANY.
An ELEPHANT Baa—The following Frenchy
anecdote is translated fox- the Boston Sum-day
Evening Gazette:
At the last fair at. Tarascou there were of
course assembled a troupe of gymnasts, jug
glers, accrobats, and a. multitude of manage
ries, in one of which was an Asiatic elephant
remarkable for the largeness of his ears. His
owner called him Kinuki II
Among the acrobatic troupe was :2. maker of
red balloons, recently so popular in En
gland and America. He traveled with the
Show, and sulucml a couple of sons from the
pockets of many a patron of it by selling him a
balloon.
A countryman stopped one day before
the menagerie Lent, and enticed by a Painted
representation of the elephant. paid his money
to see him. .lslonished at his size. be asked
the balloon man as he went out:
“Does that, beast. bring forth young, or lay
eggs ‘5” _
Without a moment’s hesimfmn, the mounte
bank replied:
“ He lays eggs."
" I thought so.”
«s And if you wish one: to afford you the
happiness of possessing, under your own
roof. an individual of his species. for a franc
I xvii! guarantee that you shall carry home
what 110 one else in the country possesses."
1'1135;1-eenhorn did not hesitte to offer his
mom-3:. and the accrobat presented ared bal-
low
"Behold the egg I had the honor toipro
miss you. It is one. franc only—and only
for you, biacnuse the Jard‘iu dos Flames at
Paris buys all my elephants eggs at six
francs apiece, for the Algerine expeditions,
where they use all the elephants they can
find for the Wle' against India. I chose the
lightest egg I could find for you, that you
might not. wait too long for it to hatch.—
Its mother having already sat upon it many
days, it will sufliee you to wrap it up in wool
and lay it in a. dry place, to obtain, without ex
pense and without effort, the magnificent Asi
atic product. which it contains 3”
“ Astonishing ! but how in regard to suckliing
him 2”
“ Easy enough. No consequence what quad
reped nourishes him. Lacking a. cow, :1. sow,
or even a goat, you can bring him up yourself on
turtle soup ” ~ ‘ -
The countryman departed, charmed with his
prize. and it) keep it as safe-1y as possible.
wrapped it. in a. blue comm handkerchief which
he had bought, at the fair for his wife. But in
spite of all the care of which the egg that bore
Kiouki II was the object, it was written in the
Book of Destiny that its proprietor should nut
see it. hatched under his roof.
Some little distance frnm the village where
our countryman resided runs a stream. Ho
approached it for the purpose cf imbibing the
clear water. For the purpose of making a cup
with his hands. he deposited his precious bur—
den on the ground. He drank freely of the
water, then rising, turned to his eiephzmt’s egg.
He looked to the right. and to the left. but. no
egg ! He looks above him, sees the egg rising
higher—higher—and carrying with it!) is wife’s
handkerchief.
He halicved that. the c7s-gnhant was about to
be hatched, anxlil was m-. long after the egg
was out of sight that he returned home crest
fauerz. His Wife :I:de him where the hand
kerclziei‘was he had promised to bring her.—
Then he narrated the rntirc adventure. The
good woman opened her eyes and ears, and
seeing her husband's grief um uuly at the loss
of the elephant, but of the handkerchief, ex
claimed: 2
“ Content yum'ieli', hus‘émus‘x ; 111 be content
with my Mack handkerchief, and Pm glad to
knowthe poor baby hasn‘t gone off Without.
swaddling clothes!” ' ‘
BART HQUAKE 11v SrnmarlELD.—Two memor
able events occurred in Springfield on Wednes
day, namely, the passage of the Prince of Wales
through the town, and the passage of an earth
quake under it. A few minuxes before sh
o’clock in the. momiugnvhile the wriler of this
was lying in his bed. supine and Wide nwukr,
there came a. gentle, Vibratory luctiun of the
bed, from west to east, apparcmly. The mot-ion
was so unusual :15 :o nth-act Mum-dime atten
tioz‘x, and to excite curiusiiy to learn the cause.
I: was not. like thejar which would he caused
by a heavy walk in an :nljuiuing rcum; but
seemed like the-result. oi‘ :1 übmtury power, ap
plied horizontally 10 aka whale house. This
passed away, and was succeeded at? briefintcr~
vszls by three or four similar shocks, which
sometimes began and samedmes ended with :1
kind of Lremulous thrill. As nearly smm: can
remember. ii was the fifth shock which declared
the genuine earthquake. and settled the ques
tion. Windows and downs responded to the
vibraxiau in all parts of the lwuse. and left no
douh: 39 to the character of the phenomena.—
In the min! story of the Republican Block, a
gentleman Was 50 much startled that he ran to
the win-Jaw to see what could be the matter.—
Earthquakes are very tart visits-rs in this lazi—
tudc.
The earthquake extended own- :ill the North
ern part. ot‘New England and through Canada.
At. Boston and vicinity. it seems to have been
lighter than here; at. Manchester, ‘5. IL, about;
the game; while at Sam, Mo, there was aloud
report, a. perceptible rocking of buildings with
the. ringing of the bells. lt- grow in severity
as it. extended up the Connecticut. Valley; we
hear of it. through Vermont. at. Barton, St.
Johnsbury, Normfield, Woodstock, Windsor
and Littleton. At. Burton, fastened doors were
unlocked and the church bells rung by it. and
at. Northficld a. church~spire was shaken out of
its propriety, and left. standing obliquely. The
Connecticut. Albany and New York papers do
not mention the phenomenon as obscrvvd in
those actiona—Sjpringflcld qublz’cun, IS/h.
REAHISG CiIILDRES.—I. Children should not
go to schoo’l until six years old.
2. Should not, learn at home during that, time
more than the alphabet. rcligisus teachings
excepted.
3. Saould be. fed with plain :übsmmia-lfuud.
at. regular intervals of not lcss than fa ur
hours.
4. Shaun not 1:1: a‘ilowed to eat, anything
Within two hours if bed-Lime.
_5. show have noxhing for supper but a.
single cup o't Walz‘li’l drink, such as very weak
tea of some kiwi, orcambric tea or Warm milk ‘
and wait-I', with fine «lice of cold bread and
butter—nothing else.
6. Should gleep in separate beds‘ on hair
mannxsses. Without caps, feet first well warmed
by the fire, or rubbed with the hands Imm
perfectly dry; extra covering on the lower
limbs, but little on the body.
7. Should be compelled to be out of mung
for the‘ greater part of daylight, from after
breakfast till half an‘hour before sun-dowu‘
unless in damp, raw weather, when they should
not be allowed to go outside the door.
8. Never limit a. healthy child as to sleeping
or eating, except at supper; but compel regu
larity as to both ; it is of great importance.
9. Never compel a. child to sit. still, nor in
terfere with its enjoyment, as long as it is not
actually injurious to person or to property, or
against good morals.
10. Never threaten achild ; it is cruel, unjust
and dangerous. What you have to do, do it,
and be done with it.
11. Never speak harshly or angrily, bu}.
mildly, kindly, and when really neetied, firmly
—no more.
12. By all 11168115, arrange it so that. the last
words betiveen you and your children at bed
time, especially the younger ones, shall be
words of urimixed lovingness and affection.—
mm mm; Of Health.
It. is said that an arrangement has been made
between I.lM;'Supel'inteudany9tP Police and the
Duke of Newcastle, for the’ ,bxchange of de
tectiyes employed on tho Nay quk 9nd_London
ponqey - " "2:535 '
in: mm.
Tun: ONLY PM; PARA
H THAT BLA-S _
STOOD THE TEST OF YE ABS,
AND GROWs MORE “1511;?“ POPULAR EVERY
And testimonials, new. and almost without number,
might be given from lamina and gentlemen in all grades
of society. \yhosp united testimony none could resist
that Prol. W ood'a Hair Restorative will restore the bold
and gray, and preserve the hair of the youth to old age,
in all its youthful beauty.
BATTLE CREEK, Mich, Dec. 21, 1858.
PROF . Woon : Thee wilt please accept in. line to inform
thee that the hair on my head fell off over twenty years
“51', caused by a complicated chronic disease, attended
With {ln eruption on the head. A continual course of
suitor-mg through life having reduced me to a state of
dependence, I have not been able to obtain stuff for caps,
neither have I been able to do them up, in consequence
0f y‘hich my head has suffered extremely from cold.
The induced me to pay Briggs & Hodges almost the last
cent I had on earth for a. two dollar bottle of thy Hair
Restorative about the first of August last. I have. faith
fully followed the directions, and the bold spot is now
covered with hair thick and black, though short; it is
also coming in all over my head. Feeling confident that
another large bottle would restore it entirely and per
manently, I feel anxious to persevere in its use, and be
ing destitute of means to purchase any more, I would
ask thee if thee wouldst not be willing to send me an
order on thine agents for a bottle, and receive to thyself
the scripture declaration—“ the reward is to those who
are kind to the widow and father-less.”
Thy friend, SUSANNAII KIRBY.
Lrooxmn, Noble 00., Indiana, Feb. 5, 1859.
PROF. 0, J. Woon: Dear S-ir:~—ln the latter part of
the year 1852, while attending the State and National
Law School of the State of New York, my hair, from a
cause unknown to me, commenced falling of! very rapidly,
so that in the short space of six months, the whole up
per part of my scalp was almost entirely bereft of its
covering, and much of the remaining portion upon the
side and back part of my head shortly after became gray,
so that you will not be surprised when I tell you that
upon my return to the State of Indiana, my more casual
acquaintances were not so much at a. loss to discover the
cause of the change in my appearance, as my more inti
mate acquaintances were to recognize me at all.
I at once made appli cation to the most skillful physi
cians in the country, but, receiving no assurance from
them that my hair could again be restored, I was forced
to become reconciled to my fate, until, fortunately, in
the latter part of the year 1857, your Restorative was
recommended. to me by a. druggist, as being the most re
liable }luir Restorative in use. I tried one bottle, and
found to my great satisfaction that it was producing the
desired ell‘ect. Since that time, I have used seven dol
lnrs’ worth of your Restorative, and as a. result, have a.
rich coat of very soft black hair, which no money can
buy.
As a mark of my gratitude for your labor and skill in
the production ofso wonderful an article, I have recom
mended its use foumny of my friends and acquaintances,
who, I am happy to inform you, are using it with like
effect. Very respectfully, yours, A. M. LATTA,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law.
Depot 444 Broadway, and sold by all dealers through
out the World. -
0. J. WOOD &. 00., Proprietors, 444 Broadway, New
York, and 114 Market Street, St. Louis, Mo.
And sold by all good Druggists-and Fancy Goods
Dealers ' aan-dch3m
H A NJ) 3 0 31 E wo M 15%
TO THE LADIES
HUNT-‘5 "BLOOM OF R SES,” :1 rich and delicate
color for tha ChEBkS and lips, WILL NOT WASH 0R
RUB OFF, and when once applied remains durable for
years. mailed free in bottles for $l.OO.
HUNT’S “COURT TOILET POWDER,” imparts a
dazzling whiteness to the complexion, and is unlike uny
thiug else use-l far this purpose, mulled free for 50 cents.
HUNT’S -" BRITISH BALM,” removes tun, freckles,
sunburn and all eruptions of the skin, mulled free for 50
cents.
HUNT’S “IMPERIAL I‘OMADE,” for the hflix‘,
Strengthens and. improves its growth. keeps it from 18.11—
ing off, and warranted TO MAKE THE HAIR CURL,
mailed free for $l.OO.
lIUNT’S “ PEARL BEAUTIFIEP‘i” for the teeth and
gums, cleanses and whitens the teeth, hardeus the gums,
purifies the breath effectually, PRESER V E S THE
lE‘l‘El'S'l'il‘JOloAlVl) PREVENTS TOOTH-ACRE, mailed free
or ‘ . .
HUNT’S “BRIDAL WRBATH PERFUME,” udoublo
extract of orange blossoms and (:olugne.= mailed free for
$l.OO.
This exquisite perfume was first used by the PRINCESS
ROYAL, OF ENGLAND. on her marriage. MESSRS.
HUNT & 00. presented the PRINCESS with an elegant
case of Perfumery, (in which all of the. above articles
were included,) in handsome cutgluss with gold stoppers,
valued at $l5OO, particulars of which appeared in the
public prints. All the above articles sent FREE by ex
press for $5.00. Cash can either accompany the order
or be paid to the express agent on delivery of goods.
' HUNT & 00., -
Pr-Igfumcrs to the. Queen,
Rx-zrmxr Srnsm, Lox nox, ASD 707 Susou Sums-r,
The Trade supplied
sep4~dly >
iljotclg.
BUEuLEn HUUD‘E,
MARKET SQUARE,
HARRISBURG, PA.
GEO. J. BOLTON; Pnormmun
CARD.
Th;- übuve well known (Lu-'1 long established Hotel is
now unde’rgoing a thorough renovation, and being in a
great degree newly furnishml, under the proprietorship
of Mr. GEORGE J. BOLTux, Who has been an inmate of
the house for the last three years, and is well known to
its guests.
Thankful fur the liberal patronage which it has en
joyed, I cheerfully commend Mr. Bolton to the public
favor. je7-dé‘cwy WILLIAM BUEEILEIL
ST NICHOLAS HOTEL,
Briefinway, '
‘ NEW YORK
When completed, six years ago, the St. Nicholas was
universally pronounced the most magnificent, conve
nient, and thoroughly organized establishment uf the
kind on this continent.
What it was then, it remains today—without IL rival
in sizp, in. sumrlucumeess, and in the. general elements
of comfort and enjoyment.
The Hotel has accommodations for ONE THOUSAND
SIX HUNDRED GUESTS, including ONE H UNDRED
COEIPLETE SUITES OF APA H TM'E NTS for
families. '
SIX HUNDRED PERSONS can be comfortably seated
at the tablesof its three publicdi uiug rooms, and nothing
that modern art‘lms devised for the convenience and so.
cial gratification of the traveling public has been omitted
in its plan, or is neglected in its practical details.
The early reputation of the house at home and abroad,
derived from its magnitude, its superb appointments,
and its home-like comforts and luxuries, has been en
hanced every year by the unweatied exe’rtions of the
Proprietnrs. ‘ .
all24—d3m TRBADWELL. “’HITCOMT} a: CO
ItEMOV AL
JO H X W . G L 0 V E li,
MERCHAN ’l‘ TAI LOB;
11:15 rcmovec‘i to
60 MARKET STR‘EET,
Where he will be pleased to see all his friends
omS-dtf
I; P 'i‘ 0 W N 2
l . —_
PATENTWEIGHCARTS.
For the convenience of my numerous uptown custom
ers. I have established. in connection “nth my old yard,
11 Branch Goal Yard opposite North street, in a. line with
the Pennsylvanin. canal, having the office formerly occn.
pied by Mr. R. Harris. where consumers of Coal in that
\icinizy and Verbeketown can recvive their Coal by the
PATENT WEIG H CARTS.
W'ITIIO UT EXTRA UPIARH TC FOR .HA ULING',
And in any quantity they may desire, as low as can he
purchased anywhenz. .
FIVE 1:431!) US.II§"D TONS COAL 0N lIAND,
0f LYKEN§ VALLEY and WILKESBARRB, all sizes.
113’ Wizlmg to mmmain fair pricns, but unwilling
to In: undercut by an 11 parties. _
{FAR Coal forked up and (11-liverel clean and free
from all impurities, and the best article mined.
Orders received at either Yard will be promptly filled,
and all Coal delivered by tue Patent Weigh Cans.
Coal sold by Boat, Car load, single, half or third of
tons, and by the bushel.
JAMES M. WHEELER.
Harrisburg, October 13, 136 ’.—octls
1.) R U U L AMAIIUN.—W hereus, . the
Hunorahle Jonas J. Pssnsox, President of the Court
of Qummun Pleas in the Twelfth Judicial District, con
sxshng of the counties ofiLebanon and Dauphin , and the
Hon. A. 0411231311 and Hon. FELIX NISSLEY. Associ
ate :“gegc’? 1“ Dauphin county, having issued their pre
g‘fl’ ’t darfmizfilate the 15th day of October, 1860, to me
(£31231 ’Jn‘i’f DOEWE a. Court. of Oyer and Terminer and
t H . e "“7 and Quarter Sessions of the Peace
3 armsbuzg, for the County of Dauphin, and to cum
mence on t e 3“ MW'ia-y (f November being the 190;
day of Noumber, 1860, and to continue’two weeks
. Nance 18 therefore hereby gin" to the Coroner ' J“.
txces of the Peace, and (Turntable,l of the said coufit of
Dauphln,that they bethen and ‘here . the’ my 1‘
persons, at 10 o’cloplf {n the forenoon at!“ 'd at p Pf):
then- rewards, anmsxtmns, examirmtiomsle ay: ‘7"
rememhrmces, to do those things which and then-own
appertmns to be done, and those who mum" pflico
cogninnces to proseeute against the prism“, “d In re—
or shall be m the Jul of Dauphin county {:t‘ha‘ 3"
there to prosecute against them as shall he justhen “‘1
Given under my hand at Harrisburg the 15“" d
October, in the year of our Lord. 1860, and i 3y of
eighty-third year of the independence of the {I‘D-1‘“
stntes. J. M. Hang“ ”5
SEBBH‘F’S Osman,
Harrisburg, October 10, 1860.;
KELLER’S STORFis the place
to find the belt assortment of Forte Mounties.
D E N T I S' T R Y .
THE UNDERSIGNED,
DOCTOR__ 0F DENTAL SURGERY.
Respectfully tenders his professional services to the
citizens of Harrisburg and vicinity.
OFFICE IN STATE STREET,
OPPOSITE THE BRAD Y HOUSE.
sep2s-d&wtf 13.151 GILDEA, D. D. S.
J B.HUTCHISON,
a
A L D E R M A N -
OFFI C E :
mum sum-r, I-‘omvm noon ABOVE KORTH,
jyl7 HARRISBURG, PA. d3m23¢=
W w. HA Y a,"
A'i‘TORIIWAIT-LAW.
'.OFF I C E, '
WALNU STREET, BETWEEN SECOND «S: THIRD,
_3Ps].___7 ~___nf§!"s"“°’ 331‘ _ ~ 7_ , I 113;
THEO. F. SCHEFFER,
B 0011', OAR D AJVD JOB PRINTER,
Lea_..._Ne~_l§£az§9lBt_ms M‘Efiw flfi
JAS.F.SHUNK,
ATTORND AT LAW,
BUILDING OPPOSITE PROTHONOTARY’S OFFICE,
jan’i] "__A_Harl:isburg, I’m. --.. ___,[_‘3l_y
E.MILLER,
w M.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Oflice corner of MARKET STREET and the SQUARE,
n (Wyeth’s,) second floor front. , -
113’ Entrance on Market Square
R. C. WEIGHEJJ,
SURGEON AND OGUL IST,
RESIDENCE THIRD NEAR NORTH STREET.
Be is now fully prepared to attend promptly to the
duties of profession in all its branches.
ALONG AND VERY suconssnn. MEDICAL Exrznmxca
justifies him in promising full and ample satisfaction to
all who may favor him with a. call; be the disease Chronic
or any other nature. mIS-dskwly
TH OM A S C. MACD OWELL,
ATTORNEY AT Lll W,
Office in Third Street, one Door West
of His Residence,
HARRISBURG, PA.,
Will attend to applications for Pensions and Patents in
Washington City, D. 0., and will practice in the Court of
Claims in said cit-y. By an arrangement with responsible
parties in Washington City, he is Pnabled m assure all whe
may entrust their applications, either for Pensions or
Patents, to him, that they will be faithfully and properly
attended to. on the most resonable terms.
3 P.AUCHMUTY,
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ATTORNEY AT LAVV,
MILLERSBURGJAm-mx COUNTY, I'4.
Will practice before the Dauphin, Northumberland
and Perry County Courts.
Prompt attention given to the collection of claims
All kinds of conveyancing executed with dispatch. Land
surveys made at shortest notice. dec2—dly
JOHN PTASZYK
Respe‘ctfully informs the citizens of Harrisburg and
vicinity that he is ready at all times to TUNE AND
REPAIR PIANO FORTES, ORGANS and Musical In—
struments of all descriptions. Mr. Ptaszyk is recom
mended by the lending Musical Ma-nufactories of New
York, as well as other cities of the United States.
All orders left at Mr. WM. KNOOHE’S Music Store,
Market street, or Hen-’3 Hotel, will be promptly and
faithfully attended to. noA-dly
v‘] M. PARK HILL,
81100155503 TO K. S. LUTZ,
PLUMBER AND [mass FOUNDER,
ms MARKET sun, HARBISBUBG.
BRASS CASTINGS, of every description, made to order.
American manufactured Lead and Iron Pipes of all sizes
Hydrant: ofevery description made and repaired. Hot and
Cold Water Baths, Shower Baths, Water closets, Cistern
Pumps, Lead Coffins and Lead work of every description
done at the shortest notice, on the moat raasonuble terms
Factory and Engine work in general. All orders thank
fully received and punctunlly attended to.
The highest price in cash given for old Copper, Bugs,
Lead and Spelter. mylS-dti
PHILADELPHIA
J c. MoL T z, _
D
ENGINEER, MAOHINIS'J.‘ AND STEAM FITTEB,
No. 0, North Sixth at, between Wainut and Mark",
Harrisburg, Pa.
Machinery of every «1' acription made and repaired. Brass
flocks of all sizes, and a large nasal-uncut of Gas Fittings
constantly on hand .
All work done in this establishment will be under his
own supervision, and warranted to give satisfaction.
0:226 ' V
tiELI GIU US 15 00K STORE,
TRACT AND SUNDAY SCHOOL DEPOSITOHY,
27 SOUTH SECOND STREET, ABOVE GEESNUT,
HARRISBURG, PA.
Depot for the sale of Stereoscopes,Stereoscnpic Vicws‘
Music and Musical Instruments. Also, subscriptioné
taken for religious publications. noilO-dy
J AOOl3 P. BARRINGER‘
SIGN, ORNAMENTAL AND HOUSE PAINTER.
No. 47 Scum Txxnn STREET.
(AT BOYEB’S UARRI AGE FACTORY”
Harrrisbnrg, Pa.
{5" Plain and ornnmental§igns, in Gilt and Silver-got
up with neatnsss and despaj/cb. Paper Varnis‘ned, and 221'
orders promptly attended to. Give ma 9. can. nepfl—d‘xf
E73l37"iES'ilEF’EJl—f‘é3%;’, “A
This pleasant and commodious Hotel has been tho
roughly rootitterl and re-l‘urnished. It is pleasantly
situated on North-West corner of [lowa-rd and Franklin
streets, n. few doors west of the Northern Central Rail
way Depot. Every attention paid to the comfort of his
guests. 6-. LEISENRING, Proprietor,
jam—if (Late of Selius Grove, Pa.)
-, . . .
B A Nlx N O i‘ I C E.—-Notlce lS hereby
given, that the undersigned have formed an Asso
ciation, and prepared and executed a Certificate, for the
purpose of establishing a. Bank of Issue, Discount and
Deposits, under the provisions of the act entitlvd “ An
act to establish a. system of Free Banking in Pennsyl
vania, and to secure the public against loss from Insol
vent Banks," approved the first any of March. A 11.1860.
suid Bank to be called THE DOWNINGTIIWN HANK.
to be located in Downingtnwn, to consist of a. Capital
Stock o‘,‘ Fifty Thousand Dollars. in shares of Fifty Dol
lars each, with the privilege of increasing the same to
any amount not exceeding in all Three Hundred Thun—
sand Dollars‘
Gharlva Dawning. ? David Shehnire,
John Webster, ' ‘ William Rogers.
“'illium Edge, 3 J. K. Eshelmau2
Richard D. “'ellv:7 i Samuel Ringwnl! J.
J. I‘. Haugh, ‘ Stephen Hintchl'um. -
September 3, 1660 —sepl'i.—dfim -
BAN K N UT .1 (d ld.—Notlcc IS hereby!
given that an Associnfiou has been '"m-med and '35
certificate prepared fur the purpose of efitnblishing .1
Bank of I<sue. Discount and Depusito under the pmvi
sions of the act entitled “An act to establish a. sysn-m,
of Free Banking in Pennsylvania. and to secure the Inn.
lic against loss from Insolvent Bunks,"apprured themst
day of March 1860. The. fluid Bank to be called " The
Bethlehem Bank,” and to be 100 ted in the bnrough of
Bethlehem. in the county of Northampton, with 3.0““.
ml Stock of Fifty Thousand Dollars. in shares of Finy
Dollars each, with the privilege of increasing The. 53'“)
Stock to Two Hundred Thousand Dollars. an‘Zfi-dfim
BA N K NUT 1 C E .——Notlcc IS hereby
given, (3112‘: an association has been formed and a
certificate prepared, for the purpose of establishing L
Bank of issue, discount and deposit, under the provisil‘xns
of the act, entitled “An Act to cstsbhsh a. system of fxee
bunkingin Pennsylvania, and to sucuru the public against
loss by insolvent banks,” approved the thirty-first dayOl
M:chh,lB6o. The said Bank to be called the “Fall.
BANK,” and to be lucnted 1n the city of Philadelphia,
and to consist. of a. capital stock of ONE HUNDRED
THOUSAND DOLLARS, in shares of fifty dollars each,
with the privilege of increasing the same to any amouni
not exceeding in all one million of dollars. jJ'Z-dfilu
Xfl ENb‘ll IN OF BANK UH \R’l ER
Notice is hereby given that “ The Farmers! and
Mechanica’ Bank of Easton,” 3 Bank. of Discount and
Deposite, located in the borough of Easton, Northamp.
ton county, Pennsylvania, havinga. capital of Four 11m].
dred Thousand Dullars, will apply to the nextLegislutul-e
of Pennsylvania fora renewal of its charter for amen
yours, from the expiration of its present charter, wlth
its present capital stock, powers and privileges, and
without any alteration in or increase of the same.
P. S. MICHLEII, President.
M’E. FORMAN, Cashier. jeSO-rlsm
B AN K N I DT 10 19.—Nona: is hereby
given that an Association has been formed and a.
Certificate prepared for the purpose of establishing a
Bank of Issue, Discount and Deposits, under the provi
sinus of the not entitled “ An act to establish a. system
of free banking in Pennsylvania, and to gram-e the public
against loss from insolvent banks,” approved the 31st
day of March, 1860. The said Bank to be called the
“ State Bank,” and to be located in the city of Philadel
phia, and to coneifit of 3 Capital Stock of nifty Thomend
Dollars, in shares of Fifty Dollns each, with the privi
.!°B° 0! increasing the name to on! lmountnot exceeding
“1 .11 One Million of Donna. 3229-1161“:
Shah’s,
oetl7-dkwu
Brahmas Grams.
OFFICE IN THE
E. S. GERMAN,
BALTIMORE, MD
it’muli fippiicafinufi.
cm fijnuatkespers.
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ép/"rfiime\ 80) .
l/ '3 xix-S} ‘S'Q\
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gm) Dfisjpmasflnfi {3%
5" Save the Pieces! ('9:
As accidents will happen even in. well-regulatedfami—
lies, it is very desirable to. gave some cheap and conva
nient way for repairing Furniture, Toys, Crockery, &c.
SPALDING’S PREPARED GLUE
meets all suchfimergenciesfind no household can afford
to be without 11:. It is always ready and up to the stick
ing point. Them is no longer a. necessity for limping
chairs, splintered veneers, headless dolls, and broken
cradles It 18 Just the article for cone, shell, and other
ornamental work, so popular with ladies of refinement
and taste.
This admirable preparation is used cold, being chemi
cally held in solution, and possessing all the valuable
qualxties of the best cabinet-makers’ Glue. It may be
used in the place of ordinary mucilage, being vastly
more adhesive.
“USEFUL IN EVERY HOUSE ”
N. 13.—A Brush accompanies each bootle. Price, 25
cents.
WHOLESALE DEPOT, No. 48 CEDAR STREET, NEW YORK
Address
Put up for Dealers in Cases containing Fuur, Eight,
and Twelve Dozen—a beautiful Lithographic Show-Card
accompanying gush package.
if? A singl bottle of SPALDING’S PREPARED
GLUE will save ten times its cost annually to every
household {:l}
Sold by a 1 prominent Stationers, Druggists, Hardware
and Furniture Dealers. Grocers, and Fancy Stores.
Country merchants should make a note of SPALD
ING’S PREPARED GLUE, when making up their list.
It will stand any climate.
febl4-d&wly
n2l-Iyd&w
DELAWARE MU I‘UAL SAFETY IN
SURANUE comm.
OFFICE, s. ”.oon. mum [L'VU WALNUT 32's
Marine Insurance on vessels, cargo and freight, to all
parts of the world.
Inland Insurance: on goods by nvem, canals, lakes and
ham! carriage to all parts of the. Union.
Fire sturance on mefchandiz generally, and on stores,
{Welling houses, M.
Assets of the Company, Novemberl, 1858, 3698,80420-100
dollars. ‘
November 10, 1568.
The Board of Directors have this day declawzi a Dividend
of Six Per Cent in Cash, on the Original Capital Stock:
and Six Per Cent. on the Scrip of the Company, payable on
ind after 131 proximo
They have also declared a Scrip Dividend ofTwenty-Eive
Her Cent‘ on the Original Stock,and on the Earned Pre
miums for the year ending Octnber 31 1858, Cartlficatcs for
which will be issued to the gartiea entitled to the same, on
Hid after the first of December next.
Preamble an". Resolutiun adopted, by the Board.
Whereas, The increased means of the Company mfisiflg
(rom Profits and which will be derived from the Increased
Genital Bloch under the late amendments to the Act of [u
corporation, rendar the further continuance of the Guru:
tee Capital unnecessary therefore- be it—
Resolved, That the dnarantee Capital be discontinued,
and the Notes repreeenting the some he delivered up to the
makers thereof. as soon as the Riskstaken during the period
embraced inaaid Notes shall have determined.
D I B E O 'l‘ 0 B B :
William Martin, Edmund A. Sender, Theo. Paulding,
lan R. Penrose, John C Davis, James Traquait,
William Eyre, Jr. James 0. Hand, Wm. O. Ludwig.
Joseph H. Seal, Dr. B. M. Huston, Geofl. Leiper,
HI: 1:: Craig Charles Kelly, Bam’l. E. Stokes.
J. g. Poniston Henry Sloan, Ed. Darlington,
[l. Jones Broohe, Spencer M’llvaine, Thomaec. Harm!2
Robert Burton, Jacob? Jones, 19.9. B M’Fari’d.
Joshua P. Eyre, Jno. B. Sample, D. 'l‘. Morgan.
J . 'l‘ Logan. '
WILLIAM MARTIN, President.
THOMAS 0. HAND, Vice Pres-irinu
HENRY LYLBURN, Sacretavy.
The undermgned, as Agent for the above Company, i!
prepared to make Insurances on an descriptions of proper»
ty, on the most. liberal terms
can 'lvthv WM. BUEHI.ER
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NIUVIfiL'I‘IES.
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REGEIVED AT SCHEFFER’S BOOKSTOEE,
Chinese Tumbler, ‘
Deceptive Tumblers,
Watch Boxes—lmitation Pack of Cards,
Whistling Balloons,
_Movea.ble AnimalsJ '
|Do. Men.
Magnetic Fishes=
Dn. Ducksl
iDo. Turtles?
Do. Ships,
Magnets,
Compasseas of all sizes, :3
ramps for marking Linen, &c., at 38 cents.
Cards Cases.
Needle Throwers, a. very useful article for Ladies at
20 cents. -
Porcelain Slates and Pencils.
Hair Brushes. Lead Pencils in Boxes, Gum Balls of
every size and quality and prices.
Paint Boxes, Brushes. Lead Pencil Sharpeners, Finger
Rings. Globes. Key Rings. Pocket Pieces. Pen Knives.
China. Ornamentf, with Ink Stands, &c., attached.
Parallel Rulers. Pen Wipers, Sand Boxes, Pen Racks.
Microscupes of difi‘erent sizes.
Magneto—Electric Machine.
China. Marbles of all sizes and prices.
Glass 5‘ . ‘u I;
Common “ -
Spalding’s Prepared Glue, a. useful article in every
family.
Upton’s is l: u u u
Mathematical Instruments of di [Parent styles. '
Violin, Guitar and Baum Strings.
Magic Wafers, or Electricity Illustrated, price 7.}
cents a box. .
Magic Duplicating and Impression Paper.
Kaloidiscnpen and Multiplying G-lnsses‘
Dominoes of all sizes. qualities and prices.
Pocket Ink Stands -‘ “ u
Cork Screws. suitable for carrying in Vest Pocket.
Puzzles. Mirrors, Dice, Perfumery. '
Colored Crayons.
Chalk do
Papier Mache Work Boxes.
H H Writing Desk and Portfolio.
flj’For sale at SGHEFFER’S BOOKSTORE,
mnr3o . No. 18 Market Street.
EXTBAQTS! EXTRACTSH
woonswon'ru a; BUNNEL’S
SUPERIOR FLAVORING— EXTRACTS
BITTER ALMOND, . '
NECTARINE. .
' PINE APPLE,
STRAWBERRY ,
ROSE,
LEMON AND
VANILLA,
Just received um! for sale by
je29 WM. DOCK. .73.. 5.: CO
JUST RECEIVED!
INK FOUNTAIN! INK FOUNTAIN!
A very ingeninufl attachment to any metallic pen, by
which one dip of ink in sufficient to write a. foolscap
page. For sale at SCHEB‘FEE’S BOOKSTORE,
up!) Nu. 18 Market at
A RAFFXN ll} (IANDLEh I ! !—Made nf
PURE PARAFFINE. a material obtained from
COAL. combiningjhe ILLUMINATING properties and
chemical conntituents of GM. They will stand 11l cli
mates. giva a clear and brilliant light and burn Tun "n
OINT- longer than Wax. Syerln orany other candle" in the
market. For sale by WM. DOCK, In"
mu" sols Agent for Harrisburg.
SCHEFFER’S Bookstore in the. place to
buy Gold Pens—warm?“ ,
HENRY C. SPALDING Jr. 00.,
Box No. 3,600. New York
311511 mutt. .
Plll LA DELPHIA
Incorporated 1835.
filiate‘iiuueous.
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filehual.
HELMBOLD’S
GENUINE PREPARAT [0 NS-
HELMBOLD’S BUCHU for the Bladder
BIKELMBULD’S BUOHU for the Kidneys.
HELMBOLD’S BUOHU for the Gravel.
HELMBOLD'S BUOHU for the Dropay.
HELM BOLD’B BUCHU for Nervonsneas.
HFLMBOLD’S BUCHU for Loss of Memory.
HELM BOLD’S BUUHU for Din-mesa of Vision.
BELMBOLD’S BUCHU for Difficult Breathin'r.
HELMBOLD’S BUCHU for Weak henes. °
HELMBOLD’S BUGHU for General Debility.
HELMBOLD’S Imam) for Universal Lusaitudc. ‘
HELMBOL D’S BUG EU far Hun-or ot Disease.
HELMBOLD’S BUCHU for Niwhl Sweats.
HELMBOLD’S BUCHU or W kefnlnem.
HELM BOLD’S BUGHU fur Drynnss of the Skin.
HELMBOLD’S HUCEU for Eruptions. ,
HELMBOIJJ’S BUOHU for Pain in the Back.
HELMIM LD’S BUMU for Beaviness of the Eyelids, with
Temporary Sufi‘ueion .nd Loss of Sight. ‘
HELMBO‘LD'S BUUHU for Mobility and Restiessnessmlth
Want of Attention and Horror of Somety.
HELMROLD’S BUCHU for Obstructions. .
HELMBOLD’S BUOHU for Excuses arising from India
cretion, and all Diseases of
FEMALEg‘FEMALms, FEMALES,
FEMALES, mnIALIas,.m:MALEs.
TAKE NU mom: PILLS,
TAKE NO MORE PILLS,
THEY ARE OF NO AVAIL,
THEY ARE onno AVAIL.
Use HELMBOLD’S EXTRACT BUCHU for all com
plaints_jnci¢§ent jg Elle sex.
n FAMLY SHOULD BE. WITHOUT 11‘:
TAKE NO MORE BALSAM. or Injurious and Unpleasant
Mediclnp .or Unpleasant and Dange mus Diseases.
Use HELMEOLD’S EXTRACT BUOHU for Excesses
arising from habits indulng in
BY YuUNG AND OLD,
And f 0: diseases «ism; from Habits of D‘Bfiipafion. It re
moves all impropt- r discharges, and will restore the patient
in a shun time- ta a state of‘ 11921113! and Purity.
Use HEL “BOLD‘S EXTRACT BUCHU for Diseases and
Afl'ectlons of the most Dustr. ssing Character.
Use HELMBULD S EXTRACT BUGHU for all Alfec»
tious and Diseases of the
Imm ARY ORGANS,
Whether existing in
c - ' MALE on FEMALE,
From whatever c-luse originating, and no matter of
> HUW LUNG STANDING.
All of the above diseases nd symptom: admit of the
same treatment, and nny originate from the s_zune cause.
{‘EAID.’ READ : °mmn ! READ!
HELMBDLD’S BUGUié safe, and pleémt'in taste and
odor. butimxnsdiau In Its action.
Penfiomlly appears-d before me, an Mam-mun of the 01‘);
Of Philaddphia, H. 'l‘ HELM BOL I), Chemist, who, being
duly sworn, does say, that his prcpualion contains no Nar
cotic: Mercury. or injurious chug, but is purely Vegetable.
11. 'l'. HELMBOLD. Sole Mt-nnl‘aczurer.
Sworn :md subrcribed before me, this 23d day ofNovcm
her. 1854 ‘ WM. P NIBBARD, Alderman.
d Prick: $1 per bottle. or six for 3:), defined to any ad
ress.
A TRIAL COSTSABUT A DOLLAR—TRY IT,
And be convinced of its efficacy. And it is accompanied
l'uy reliable and responsible cz—rtificates from Professors of
MPdiCfll Colleges, clergyman and others.
Prepared by [l. 'l‘ HELMBOLD.
Pmnticnl and Analyjcal Chemist.
104 South Tenth Streeti below Chrsmut, Philadejphia.
NECK‘ SSARY CAUTION —-Shnuhl unprincipln d Dealers
try to pah‘n olf anolher article, which pays a better pus-fl!
and is wurth‘ess,
ASK FOR iIELMBOLD’S EXTRACT BUCHU
, 7 , TAKE NO OTHER
01mm HUARATEED
’ Snld by JOHN WYET,Druggist, coruex of ism-m and
Second streets, Harrisburg.
A’IIALL unrznezsz's EVERYWHERE.
CUT arms OUT—SEND “CALI; FOR IT, ' ’
AND AVOID Exrosmm AND IMPOSITION
flulfi-d&W3II)
AN aperient and Slomuchic preparation of IRON puri
fied of Oxygen and Carbon by combustion in Hydrogen.
Sanctioned by the highest Mediral Authorities, both in
Europe and the United States, and prescribed in their
practice.
Thevexperience or thousands daily proves that no pre
paration of Iron can be compared with it. Impurities of
the mend. depression of vital energy, pale and otherwise
nix-kw complexions, indicate its necessity in almost every
conceivable case.
Innoxious in all maladies'in which it has been tried, it
has proved absolutely curative in each of the following
compluims, viz:
In Doom". NERVOUS Arum-loss, Emma-non. Dr's
enrsu, CONSTIPATION. Dr-nnnou. Drsmz'rnnv, Inomnu'r
CONSUMPTION. Scncrnnons Tunsncnnoms, gun-r minim,
Mlsmsxs’l‘nmrxox.Wm'ruS,CnLouosts. bn'sr. COMPLAINTS,
Cunoruc HEAnAcmts, Runum'nsm,lx-rnnmrrxxrh‘i-zvnns.
Burns 0:: run FACE, &:o
In cases of Gamma. Dnom'n', whether the result of
acute disease, or of the continued diminution of nervous
and muscular eu- rgy from chronic complaints, one trial of
this restorative has proved successful to an extent which
no descrip ion or written attestation would rend er credible.
Inva lids so long bod ridden as to have ht come forgotten in
their own uei'ghho- hoods. have suddenly re-zxppeared in the
busy world as it just rrturned from protracted trnvel in a.
distant land. Some very signal instances of this kind are
attested of female Butler-era. emaciated victims of apparent
mzmismus, sanguineous exhaustion, critical changes, and
that com: lication a! nervous and dyspeptic aversion to air
and exercise for which the physician has no name.
In Nn-uvous Arrrzc'rroxs of all kinds. and for reasons
familiar to medical men, the operation of this preparation
ol iron must necessarily be saluturv, for. unlike the old
oxides, it is vigorously tonic, without being exciting and
overheating; and gently, regularly lparient, ewn in the
most obrtiuate cases of cosliveness without ever heingu
g islric purgative, or inflicting a dis:<grceahle sensation.
It is this latter property. among others, which makes it
so remarkably effectual and permanent». remedy for Piles,
upon which it also appears to exert a distinct and specific
action. by dispersing the local tendency which forms them.
In DYSPEPsu, innumerable as are itscauscs, a single box
of those Uhalyhcate Pills has orleu lufliced for the most
habitu-l cases, including the attendant (lentil-anus.
In unchrckcd Dunantm, even when advanced to Drssx
“my, confirmed, emaciatiug, un-t apparently malignant
the efll—cls have been egually dee:sive and astonishing.
In the local pains, loss of flesh and strength, debilitating
cough, and remitlent hectic, which generally indicate Ix
owns-r (tossmmmx, this remedy has allayed the alarm
ot' fricnds and physicians, in several very gratifying and
interesting instances.
In Panoramas Tcnanounosts, this medicated iron has
had f-ur more than the good ell'cct. of the most cautiously
hulnnced preparations of iodine. without any of their well
known liabilities.
I?“
'l‘lte attention of females cannot be 100 confidentlyinvited
to this remedy and restorative, in the cases peculiauly af
fecting them. .
In Rm UMATISM. both chronic and inflammatory—in the
lat' er, however, more decided ly——il has been invariably well
reported, both as alleviating min and reducing the swel
lsngs and stiffness of the 503 nks and muscles. _
In INTEBMITTEST FEVERS it 1:53: necessarily he 3 great
remedy and em-rgetic restorative, and its progress in the
new settlemnms of the West, will probably be one of high
renal!!! and unfairness.
No‘ remeu 3‘ has ever bevn discovered in the whole history
of medicinv, whirl] exerls such prompt, happy, and mlly
reslnratire c-lfvc's. Good appetite, complete digestion,
rapid arquisution of strength, with an unusual disposxtion
for active and cheerful exercise, Immediately follow its title.
Put up in neat flal metal boxesvontaming 50 pills, price
50 cents per bnx ; ‘or sale by druggists and dealers. lel
he Saul: free to any address on receipt of the price. All
letters, orders, etc , should be addressed to
R. B. LOCKE A: (10., General Agents.
myß'E-lflwly 20 Cedar Street, New York.
MIA=ES=
HOW LOST, HOW RESTORE D.
Just Published, in. (1 Sealed Envelope,
A LEf‘TUh'E ON THE NATURE. TREATMENT AND
RADICAL (JUNE OF SPERMATURRHOEA, or Seminal
Wenknrss, vaua‘ Debility, Nervousuvsa and Involuntary
bmiss ons‘ p 1 aflucing Imputenuy , Consumption and Mental
and t’hydcnl Deoility
HY H 0 B. J
Theimpm‘ :xnt fact that the awful consequences of self
nbuse may he elfucxually removed wit)" uhnternalmedicines
01- th-- d ugemus upplicatinns of caustics, inatrumeuta,
mmhcuted lmngius, and other empirical dwices, is here
clenr'y drm(msc"aled. and the entirely new and highly
emu-- ssiul treatment, as adopted by the celebrated nulhor,
fully explained, by means of Wlli"h every one is enabled to
curl himself pvrl'rct'y, and at lhelenst possinle cost, there
by avoiding all the advertisld nostmms of the day The
Lucturv will pmve a boon to thouswds and thousands
rum. under seal to my address, post 14: id, on the receipt
nf ‘two nus-alga stamps, by addressing Dr. CHAS. J. C.
KIJNH. 480 First Avenue, New York, Post Box 4,586.
a!“ 9 :1 *~ W] V
A 1 '11; b‘ 'l‘ N 7 E W WSW—2‘l.
DR. SWOPE’S
TONIC FOR FEVER AND AGUE,
Will cure the most obstinate case “ IN TWENTY
FOUR HOURS,” It. is also a preventative for such as
are liable to this disease. This celebrated TONIC re
moves all Flutulency, regulates the Bowels, purifies the
Blood, gives a. tone to the Digestive Organs, and. creates
an appetite.
Sole Agent for the town and Dauphin county is WM
LOEFFLER, appointed by me
null—(l3m
‘HESNUT GROVE WHISKEY.——The
purest Spirit ever offered the American public, pm
seuaing none of the poisoning qualified inherent in the
Whiskey in common use.
All person! desirous of using this Whiskey may rest as
aured of its purity
Din Sin—We have carefully examined the sample 01
“Chestnut Grove Whiskey,” left with us a. few days since,
“d and it to contain littla or none or the poisonous sub-
Itance known :3 t‘nsil oil
Yours I'Bs”“an
. Boom, GARRETT a OAMAO,- ,
Andyn'cal Clumiua
To cmus Wnufol, 111- -
so: mm the only Agent in Emma
May 20-! . WM. DOOl, 1:.
CULVBRWELL. M. D
DR. SWOPE
Pmunnumg, Jan. 20th. 1858
filthital.
“7M. LOEFFLER,
PRACTICAL
PHARMACEUTIST AN D CHEMISJ
0012. 41]: AND MARKET STS.
Having purchased the Drug Store of Means. HOLMAN
t. 00., I be; leave 0 call me attention of the public w my
well ltocked Drug Store. My goods will always be tonal
to be genuine, reliable, and or the first quality. My
expenence in the Drug business, acquired principally by
traveling through the European Continent, will not fail
to give satisfaction to every one
MY STOCK‘ CONSISTS 0F
Drugs, Chemicals, Perfumery, Soaps,
Began, Tobacco, Burning Fluid,
Alcohol and Camphene, Fresh
Ground Spices, Corks, Sponges,
Brushes, Pomadea, Toilet Paint-
Combe, Port Menzies and Pulses,
Home and Cattle Powden,
PATENT MEDICINES
which will be sold but; not recommended as I came
guarantee A wire in any case
Besiden the above named articles, I have a very large n-
aortment of other miscellaneous articles, which the publi
is invited to come and examine
It must be obvious not only to you , but to every atten
tive and intelligent pqrsuu, that the first diseases of in
fants arise chiefly from u. disordered condition of their
bowels, and in this connection, wr‘ present to your notice
for the alleviation and cure of these diseases, a remedy
known as
DR. EATON’S
INFANTILE CORDIAL
Prepared from a. formula 1! sed by Dr. Eaton with remarka
ble success during several years’practicc, we know it to
he». must. reliable and efficacious remedy for infantile
complaints, and one trial alone will convince you of its
superiority over every other preparation of the kind. It
is particularly recommended
FOR CHILDREN TEETHING. '
And at this period of infantile life, when your anxious
hearts are pained by witnessing the sufferings of your
little ones, it will be found invaluable in Sqflming the
Gums, Reducing Inflammation, and Relieving all Pain.
FOR DISEASES ATTENDING TEETHING, such as
Diarrhrza, Dysentery, Griping in the Bowels, Acidity of
the Stomach, Wind, Colit,and Cold in the Head,we con
fidently die: this as a. certain relief and cure in every
case when given in time. It. will invariably regulate
the stomach and bowels, and its importance in this re
spect can hardly be estimated.
IN CONVULSIONS,
from which more infants are said to die than from any
other disease, the little sufferer is relievedlinsmntune
nusly, as if by magic; and in this dread complaint alone,
its intrinsic value is such that it has been recommended
from one family to another, until the name of DR. EA
TONSS INFANTILE CORDIAL has become “familiar
as a household word.” We now ask your attention to a.
subject of vital interest to yourself, as well as to your
sulfgring child. DR. EATON ’S INFAN TILE COBDIAL
COD suns
N 0 MORPHINE 0R OPIATEL
qfany kind, or of’-whatever nature, it? afact which we
are fully warranted in «(at ingcrmnut be gm; of any other
rreparationfur infantile diseases, a: flux time bque the
public. a; We find that throughout the countryt
Mothers are becoming convinced of this truth, and ot
the sad and blighting consequences which are certain to
result from the use of narcotics disguised. in the form of
quieting remedies; their enutinued adnxinintmtionbeing
invariably followed by stupefaction, and constipation of
the bowels, ending oftentimes in convulsions. Herein
DR. EATON ’S INFANTILE CORDIAL difl‘ers from
every other remedy. It
DOES NOT CONSTIPATE
the bowels; neither does it act by deadening the sensi
bilities of your children, but naturally, through its rare
medicinal qualities, by removing all pain and, cause of
disease. We earnestly recommend you, therefore, to lose
no time in px‘ocuring a bottle, that you may have at 13nd
a. remedy which will never fail to relieve your chil in
I§ime of need. It is perfectly harmless, and cannot in
]ure the most rlelicats infant.
Tyke none butDR. BATON’S INFANTILE CORDIAL.
Tins you can. rely upuu. Priceflfi cents per bottle. .
Prepared only by 01113 RCII 6; DUPONT,
No. 409.131-oadway, New Yguk,
And sold by them, and by hi rgéficctafilé VDruggists.
For sale by C. A. ‘IBANNVART, 0. li. KELLER and D
WV. GROSS '13.: (10., Harrisburg. feb6-eowd&wly_
PURLFY THE BLOOD!
MOFFAT’S
VEGETABLE LIFE PILLS
, AND
PHOENIX BITTERS
The high and envied celebrity which these pre-emi
ncnt Medicines have acquired for their invalunl-le efii
cacy in all the Diseases which they plofL-ss to cure, has
rendered the usual practice or pufimg not only unneces
sary, but unworthy uf them.
' IN ALL CASES _ -
0f Asthma, A cute and (:hrunic Bhemuufism, Afl'ectxon n
of the Bladder and Kidneys. , A _ _ A} >
BILIOUS FEVERS AND LIVER COMPLAINTS,
In the South and West, where these diseases prevail‘
they will be fuund invaluable. Planters. farmers and
others, who once use these Medicines, win never after
wards be wiihnut them.
muons 0110on,swovswoswnssmxms,cos-
TIVENESS, cows 3NI) CULGHS, cnomc,
7 CORRUPT HUMORS. nnovsms.
Drsrspsu.——No person with this distressin§ disease,
should delay using these Medicines immediate y.
Eruptions of the Skin, Erysipulns, Flntulency.
Fsvsn AND Aqua—For this scourge of the Western
country these Medicines will be found a safe, speedy and
certain remedy. Other Incdicines leave the system sub
ject to a. return of the disease; a cum by these medi
cines is permanent.
Try them. Be "satisfied, and be cured. '
Fouwrss or Coxnnxrox—
GENERAL DEBILITY, GOU'I‘, GIDDINESS,
GRAVEL,
Headaches of every kind, Inward Fever, Inflammatory
Rheumatism, Impure Blood, J aundice, Loss of Appetite.
Mancvnux. menus—Never fails to eradicate en
tirely all the effects of Mercury, infinitely sooner than
the most powerful preparation of Sarsapurillu.
NIGHT S“'EATS. NERVOUS DEBILITY, NERVOUS
COMPLAIA TS OF ALL KINDS. ORGANIC
AFFECTIONS.
PILES.—Th@ original proprietor of these Medicine
was cured of Piles, of thirty-five years’ standing, by the
the use 21f th 959 Life Medicines alone.
PAIXS in the Head, Side, Buck, Limbs, Joints and
Orgaurs.
RHEUMATISM.—- Those mffccted with this terrible die
ense, will be sure 01 relief by the Lile Medicines.
Rush of Blood to the Head, Scurvy, Salt Rheum
Swellings.
SCRUFULA, anxxG‘s £71141: its worst. forms. Ulcer
of every description.
Womxs of all kinds are efiectually expelled by the“
Medicines. Parents will do well to administer them
whenever their existence is suspected. Relief will he
car all].
THE LIFE PILLS A-D PHOENIX BITTERS
PURIFY THE BLOOD,
And thus rumove all disease from the system.
manna» AND sou) BY
DR. TVILLIA M B. M OFFAT,
365 Broadway, comer of Anthony street, New York.
Ffur sale by 1111 Druggism. jyl’l-dSawly
UMPHR E Y ’ S
SPECIFIC
II 01311? 023.1 Tlll 0 REMEDIES,
for sale at - ' KELLER-‘5 Drug Store,
11027 91 Market. Street
Al oor
c i o, To- rly•
FOUNDED 1852
CHARTERED 1854. f:
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OBNER OF BALTIMORE AND CHARLES STREETS,
EAL TIMORE, MD.
The Largest, Most Elegantly Furnished, and Popnlal'
lommercinl College in the United states. Designed
nzpressly for Young Men desiring to obtain a Tnokoucur
anuaAL BUSINESS EDUCATION in the shortest possible
time and at the least expense.
A Large and Beautifully ornamentEd Circular, con
taining upwards of SIX SQUARE FEET, mth BRIOIMESI
or PENIARBEIP, and 3 Large 1111ng 113$th finest of t_ha
kind ever made in this country) repreaen ingthe Interior
View of the College, with Catalogue stathgternu 150.,
will be sent to Every Young Man on apphcntionfi'nl
or
vggfififigwaimiy and you will raceive the pachgo
by return mail. Address,
58.112541; E. K. nglhlm. BALTIMORE, Mn.
K ELLER’ S DRUG STORE is the place
to buy Balm of Thousand Flowers. . .
KELLER’S DRUG STORE is thephog
to find anything in th 1713 of .Pefl'nmery, ‘
Chamois and Sheep sun.
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