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GeyFriaa LAW; E Tu.ei .—For some yef:111
people have been getting in the habit of graft
ing large trees, such as are either poor bearers
or produce fruit of a poor quality. We have
upon our own premises, pear trees which must
be nearly a hundred years old, that have been
Successfully grafted by us—in many instances
producing fruit the second year. Early bearing.
however, depends upon the age of the wood
upon which the scions ere set. If upon suck
ers from the trunk of the tree, it will require
three or four yeare, tra-1 vometimes six years,
before they will fruit.. if upon suckers from
large limbs, three yeere are commonly sufficient
V) give fruit ; but if set on bearing branches, we
have frequently obtained the fruit the first sea
son afterward. .
We find, however, that all old trees are not
equally desirable for grafting. On some the
grafts grow very slowly, and die after bearing
one or two poor crops. The best trees for pro
pagating new and superior varieties. are those
which grow and retain tivir leaves to a late period
in the fall. The old Catharine pear, (which by
the way is itself a " good" pear, coming at a
very opportune period of the season, and should
never be allowed to run out,) is well adapted to
this purpose ; but the Catillac or pound pear
we find to be the best. The grafts grow lxu
riantly—form a firm connection with the old
Weed—and produce early.
An article, on this subject., was printed,
originally, we think, in the Michigan. Farmer,
and having laid it by for future reference, we
have just fallen upon it, and copy a portion of
it into the columns of the Germantown Telegraph.
This writer, in grafting old orchards, prefers
to graft the young suckers growing from the
limbs. But a Mr. CONE, also of Michigan, re
commends the cutting off the large limbs from
four to six inches from the betty or trunk of the
tree for this purpose. He says, though these
limbs may be six inches in diameter, there is
no danger of not succeeding, if scions enough
are inserted and the exposed parts be well protected
with goad wax. These large limbs should be
split just sufficiently toward the centre to ad
mit the grafts, like the spokes in the hub of a
wheel—put in plenty of grafts, as they are all
then more likely to grow, and the excess can
be removed when necessary. The writer then
4, There is one thing we have learned by ex
perience in grafting old trees, whether you
graft at the ends of limbs six or eight feet from
the body, or cut off to within six or eight inches
of the body, you must look out to have leaves
enough either on the grafts or suckers during
the summer to elaborate sap wood enough to
dower or sheath that limb over by the second
year at leash We have seen grafts put into
the extremity of an old limb, say foar or five
feet from the body. All the suckers were then
carefully cut off, and kept off through the sea
son. The graft grows well during the first
summer, for the layer of sap wood (alburnum)
made the season previous, conveys an abun
dance of sap to it. Its leaves elaborate this
sap into new sap wood, and send it down to
form a new layer or sheath for the limb, through
Which-the next year's sap may come up, but
does not, form enough of it. The graft starts
again next spring perhaps vigorously, for the
old sap wood still conveys sap to it, but by fall
it begins to falter, and during the next season it
dies. This has been the case with some old limbs
in our own orchard, that had been grafted and
so managed, and on cutting off the limbs and
stripping the bark off, we fowl: that the suc
cessive layers of new sap wood, did not cover
or sheath over the limb, and hence, probably,
the death of the whole."
As this is a season of c3triparative leisure
among farmers, we desire to call their attention
to this subject. We want to see more attention
paid to fruit-raising generally among farmers ;
and here is a chance to restore the productive
ness old orchards. Remember to commence
early to do your grafting of whatever kind, as
well as to do your setting out of young fruit
trees. Don't postpone it to late in the season,
or it m•:y either in TlOglectud, or the hurry of
other work will cause it to get the go-by.—
GeFntanto um Telegraph.
SALT AND ITS OFFICI S —Soule modern figli
oultural writers have doubted the necessity of
giving animals salt. The fellotving t'dnlarkg
as to the efil-et of salt upon health, by Prof.
James F. Johnson, of Scotland, may be relished
by those who still put salt. in their own pud
dings, awl alb IT their cattle a little now awt
" The wild buffalo frequents the salt-licks
of North-western America: the wild animals
in the central parts of Southern Africa are a
sure prey to the bunter, who conceals himself
behind a salt spring; and our domestic cattle
run peacefully to the hand that offers them a
taste of this delicious luxttry. From time im
memorial it has been known that without salt
man would miserably perish ; and among hor
rible punislunints, entailing certain death, that
of feeding culpri_s on saltless food is said to
hare prevailed in barbarous times. Maggots
and corruption are spoken of by ancient writers
as the distressing symptoms which saltless food
engenders ; but no ancient or unchemical
modern, could explain how such sufferings
arose. ?!ow we know why the animal craves
salt; why it suffers discomfort, and why it
ultimately falls into disease if salt is for a time
withheld_ Upwards of half the saline matter
of the blood WI per cent.,) consists of common
salt; and as this is partly discharged every day
through the skin and the kidneys, the neces
sity of continued supplies of it to the healthy
body becomes sufficiently obvious. The bile
also contains soda as a special and indespensa
ble constituent, and so do all the cartilages of
the body. Stint the supply of salt, therefore,
and neither will the bile be able properly to
assist the digestion, nos the e4rtilageo to bo
built up again as fast as they naturally waste."
ABOUT Gal.:sc.—Geese are not such "geese"
as we think them ; their movements are impelled
and controlled by strong and almost unerring
instincts. When washing, or taking wing with
a clamorous noise and flying to water, they
portend rain. Geese are excellent guards
against fire or thieves, always watchful, and
giving 11.2.110@ by their noise of any unusual
movement. about them, as the citizens of Rome
experienced once, and ever afterward gratefully
remembered. When wild geese are observed
to migrate southward or westward in greater
numbers than usual in autumn and winter, they
are said to indicate hard weather; when to the
northward, warmer weather. In general, the
early appearance of flocks of geese or other
wild fowls in the south forbodes a severe win
ter. A curious illustration of their instincts is
seen in their flight, which is wedge-shaped, the
leader cleaving the air for those who follow,
and at stated intervals falling in the rear, and
his place being supplied by another, who pur
sues the same course; which proceeding will at.
once be seen to facilitate as much as possible
the flight and preserve the strength of the flock.
This instinct in these migratory birds led Al
exander the Great to adopt the celebrated Ma
cedonian phalanx in his army.
The crops in California, the past season, ap
pear to have been very abundant, leaving a
large surplus for shipment. Maj. P. B. Reading
informs the Shasta Courier, that his wheat
yielded forty-five bushels to the acre and his
barley seventy bushels to the acre—the barley
Weighing fifty-five pounds to the bushel. These
crops were produced on land which had been
under cultivation for the past thirteen years—
Sicramento r iver
bottom lan d .
SALT FOR STOCK. — Experience proves that
when cattle or horses are fed on dry corn and
hay, they will consume from two or three oun
ces of salt per day, if permitted free access to
and if fe d on new hay or grass the desire
for salt is much increased, and the consumption
smonnts to from Six tP,seven ounces a day.—
Little things are what keep the ball rolling.
antei the 'cattle the iilR•
DEN TIS TRY.
DOCTOR OF DENTAL SURGERY.
Respectfully tenders his professional services to the
citizens of Harrisburg and vicinity.
OFFICE IN STATE STREET,
OPPOSITE THE BR AD Y HOUSE.
oap2S-d4vrif R.lll. GILREA, D. D. S.
DR. C. WEICITEL,
SURGEON AND OCULIST,
RESIDENCE THIRD NEAR NORTH STREET.
lie is now fully prepared to attend promptly to the
duties of profession in all its branches.
Aap AND INKY SUCCESSFUL MEDICAL NEPNICIENON
justifies him in promisins - full and ample satisfaction to
all who may favor him with a call, be the disease Chronic
or any other nature. mlB-d&wly
W 4 W. HAYS,
WALNU STREET, BETWEEN SECOND & THIRD,
aps] HARRISBURG, PA. [dly
WM. 11. MILLER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office corner of MARKET STREET and the SQUARE,
(Wyeth's,) second floor front.
117 - Entrance on Market Square. n2l-Iyd& w
THEO. F. SCHEMA
BOOK CARD AND JOB PRINTER.
janS No. IS Market Street, Harrisburg.
tivcvEssim TO U. IS. LUTZ,
pliumauu AND BRASS FOUNDER.
108 MARKET BT., HARRISBURG.
BRASS CASTINGS, of every description, made to order.
American manufactured Lead and Iron Pipes of all sizes.
Hydrants of every description made and repaired. Hot and
Cold Water Baths, Shower Baths, Water Closets, Cistern
Pumps, Lead Collins and Lead work o f every description
done at the shortest notice ea the most reasonable terms.
Factory and Engine work in general. All orders thank
fully received and punctually attended to.
The highest price in cash given for old Copper, Brass,
Lead and Spelter. nayl.B-dtt"
C. or. z,
IiNGINEER, MACHINIST AND STEAM FITTER,
No. 6, North Sixth st., between Walnut and Market,
Machinery ofevery desccipNcu made **1p.4,14.ed, Brim
Cocks of all sizes, and a large assortment of Gas Fittings
constantly on hand.
All work done in this establishment will be under Ilia
own aupervistion;and warranted to give satisfaction.
RELIGIOUS BOOK STORE,
TRACT AND SUNDAY SCHOOL DEPOSITORY,
E. S. GERMAN,
21 SOUTH SECOND STREET, ABOVE CHESNUT,
ITAPRISDUAI2 7 PA_
Depot for the sale of Stereoscopes, Stereoscopic View,
Music and Musical Instruments. Also, subscriptions
taken for religions publications. no3o-dy
This pleasant and commodious Hotel has been tho
roughly re-fitted and re-furnished. It is pleasantly
situated on North-West corner of Howard and Franklin
streets, a few doors west of the Northern Central Rail
way Depot. Every attentionyaid to the comfort of his
guests. G. LEISENRING , Proprietor,
jel2-tf (Late of Selina Grove, Pa.)
BANK NOTlCE.—Notice is 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
Dejusite, under the provisions of the act entitled "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 31st day of March, A. D. 1860,
said Bank to be called THE DOWNINGTUWN BANE,
to be located in Downingtown, to consist of a Capital
Stock of 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 Thou
Charles Downing, David Sheltriire,
John Webster, ' William Rogers,
William Edge, J. K. Eshelman,B
Richard D. Wells, Samuel Ringwalt,l
J. P. Baugh. Stephen Jilatchford
September 3; 1860 —sepl -d6m
ANK N OTI U 11—Notice i 3 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
sions of the act entitled "An act to establish a system
of Free Banking in Pennsylvania, and to secure the pub
lic against loss from Insolvent Banks 1 7 approved the alst
day of March, 1860. The said hank 'to be called " The
Bethlehem Bank," and to be loc-,ted in the borough of
Bethlehem, in the county of Northampton, with a Capi
tal Stock of Fifty Thousand Dollars, in shares of Fifty
Dollars each, with the privilege of increasing the said
Stock to Two hundred Thousand Dollars. au2s-d6m
- RA NK NOTICE .—Notice is hereby
given, that an association has been formed and a
certificate prepared, for the purpose of establishing E.
Bank of issue, discount and deposit, under the provisions
of the act, entitled "An Act to establish a system of free
banking in Pennsylvania, and to secure the public against
loss by insolvent banks," approved the thirty-first day of
March, 1860. The said Bank to be called the "FREE
BANK," and to be located in the city of Philadelphia,
anti 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 amount
not exceeding in all one million of dollars. jy2-dfim
EXTENSION OF BANK CHARTER
Notice is hereby given that 4 ; The Farmers , and
Mechanics , Bank of Baston, ,, a Bank of Discount and
Deposits, located in the borough of Easton Northamp
ton county, Pennsylvania., having a capital Of Four Hun
dred Thousand Dollars, will apply to the next Legislature
of Pennsylvania fora renewal of its charter for fifteen
years, from the expiration of its present charter, with
its present capital stock, powers and privileges, and
without any alteration in or increase of the same.
P. S. MICHLEB, President.
111. 7 E_ FORMAN, Closhiar_ JAW:I-deli
RANK NOM) E.—Notice is hereby
LI given that an Association has been formed and a
Certificate prepared for the purpose of establishing a
Bank of Issue, Discount and Deposite, under the provi
sions or the act entitled " An act to establish a system
of free banking in Pennsylvania, and to secure 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 consist of a Capital Stock of Fifty Thousand
Dollars, in shares of Fifty Dollars each, with the privi
lege of incronaing the Immo to 6.117 agxisrvg4 pot v.-499'411w
in all One Million of Dollars. je29-d6m*
L 1 OtISE FOR RENT.—lnquire at the
1 BROKER'S OFFICE, No. 126 hi trket st., where
there is n.oney loaned on all kinds of property; also,
watches, jewelry, musical instruments, &c., so'd for lit
tle or nothing. S. L. WCULLOUGII,
de27-dlw* Exchange Broker, 126 Market st.
FOR RENT-FROM TEE FIRST DAY OF
APRIL NEXT—A C mtmodious Two-StoryDWELLING
HOUSE, (in Second street, below Pine,) with wide Hall,
large Buck Build ng, Marble Mantels in Parlors, Gas in
six rooms, all the rooms just papered and painted. The
second story divided into seven rooms one of which is
a Bath. This, in eonneetiou with the feet that the house
Las just been placed in the most thorough repair, makes
it one of the most desirable houses in the city. Pnquire
of B. M. POLLOCK,
Market Square, Harrisburg.
Also, several SMALL HOUSES for relit. de 5-dtf
FOll, RANT—From the first of April
next, the STORE ROOM now occupied by Samuel E.
Soil nger. No. 65 Market street. For terms apply to
dell Om JOHN B. THOMPSON.
F„ K S ALE—A Light Spring One-
Horse WAGON. Apply at Patterson's Store, Broad
street. West Harrisburg. oc3l-dtf
NOTICE TO SPECULATORS
VALUABLE BUILDING - LOTS FOR SALE!
A number of large size WELDING LOTH adjoining
the Round House and Work Shope of the Pennsylvania
Railroad Company, will be sold low and on reasonable
terms. Apply to au29-d6m JOHN W. HALL.
JOitl4 W. GLOVER,
Has removed to
Where he will be pleased to see all bid friend
INSTRUCTION IN MUSIC.
P. W. WEBER, nephew and taught by the well re
membered late P. W. Weber, of Harrisburg, is prepared
to give lessons in made upon the PIANO, VIOLIN.
ORLLO, VIOLIN and muTz. He will give lessens at
his renidenoo, corner of Loftin ithlt.ond Rives alloy
or it this Mau of pupils. ati26-416a
for Zale :Sr, OM Rent.
THE AMALGAMATION OF LANGUAG6B.—There is II growing
tendency in this age to appropriate the most expressive
worth of other leoguageP, and alter a while to in:orf crate
them iLto our awn ; thus the word Cephalic, which is
from the Greek, signifying "for tho head," is now becom
ing popularized in e!.nnection with Mr. Spalding's great
Headache remedy, but it will soon t.o used in a more gen
eral way, and the word Cephalii will beemno as common
as Electrotype and many others chose distinetien as for
eign words has been worn away by common usage until
they seem “oative a to the manor born."
Ili 'ad 'n 'crrible 'eadaehe this hafternoen hand I stepped
into the hapethecarics hand says hi to the man, ' , Canyon
beast?, me of *xi 'etelache ?" "Does it hache 'ard,' , says
'e. “Ilescredirgly„" says hi, hind upon that , e gave me
a Cephalic Pill, hand "pen me 'oner it cured me as week
that I ';.reily• realized 1 'ad 'ad an 'eadiche.
iiNADIOHIC is the favorite sign by ceuich natnre
makes known any deviation whatever from the natural
state of the brai e, and viewed in this light it may be looked
on as a sareguard intended to give notice of disease which
might eta:lrwin, escape attention, till tee late to bereme*
died; and its indications should never be neglect d. Heal
aches may be clamilled under two names, viz : Symptoma
tic and Idiopathif. Symptomatic Headache is exceedingly
common and is the precursor or a great variety of diseases,
among which are Apoplexy, gout, ItlitnniatieM and all
febrile diseases. In its nervous form it is sympathetic of
disease of the stomach constituting sick headache, of he
patic disease constitutng bilious headache, of worms,
constipation ant other disordars of the bowels, as well as
renal and uterine affections. Diseases of the heart are very
frequently attended With Headaches; A'efemia and plot hOl'a
are also affections which frequently occasien headache .
Idiopathic Headache is also very common, being usually
distinguished by the name of nervous headache, sometimes
coming on suddenly in a State of apparently round health
and preen-Aug at once t4e" mental and physicid energies,
and in oth instal:ma it comes on slowly, heralded by de
pression of spirits or acerbity of temper. In most instals
ces the pain is in the front of the head, over one or both
eyes, and sometimes provoking vomiting ; under this 014019
may also be named Newaigia.
For the tre danent of either class of Headache the Ce
phalic Pills have been found satire and safe remedy, relie
ving the most acute pains in a few minutes, and by its subtle
power eradicating the diseases of which Headache is the
BRUN:ME—Mime wants you to send her a box of Cep
halic pine, no, a bottle of Prepared Pills—but rin think
ing that's not just it neither ; hnt perhaps yellt be either
knowing what it is, Ye see she's nigh dead and gone with
the Sick Headache, and Waned some mere of that Same as
relaived her before.
Druggist —You must mean Spalding's Cephalic Pills.
Bridget.—Och! sure now and you've sed it, here's the
guarther and giv me the Pills and dont be all day about it
Constipation or Costiveness.
No one of the g ( many ills flesh is heir to , ' is so prevalent,
so little understood, and so much neglected as Costiveness.
Often originating in carelessness or sedentary habits ; it is
marled as a Might disorder or too little cones quen.le to
excite anxiety, while in reality it is the precursor and
companion of many of the most fatal and dangerous dis
eases, and unless early eradicated it will bring the sufferer
to an untimely grave. Among the lighter evils of which
costiveness is tte usual attendant are Ileadazhe, Colic,
Rheumatism, Foul Breath, Piles and others of 1 Ice nature,
while a long train of frightful diseases such as Malignant
Fevers, Absent's, Dysentery, Di4rrhtea,/Dyspepsia, Apo
plexy, Epilepsy, Paralysis, Hysteria, Hypoehondriasis,
Melancholy and Insanity, first indicate their presence in
the system by this alarming Symptom. Not untrequently
the diseases named originate in Constipation, but take on
an independent (mildews twine the cause is eradicated in
an early stage. From all these considerations it fellows
that the disorder should receive immediate attention when
ever it occurs, and no person should neglect to get a box
of Cephalic Pills on the first appearance of the complaint,
as their timely use will expel the insidious approaches cf
disease and destroy this dangerous foe to human life.
A Real Blessing.
Physician—Well, Mrs. Jones, how is that headache?
Mrs. Jones— Gone ! Doctor. all gone ! the pill you sent
cured me in just twenty minutes, and I wish yol would
send more so that I can have them handy.
Physician—Yon can got thum at any Prugginta. 4:411
for Cephalic Phle, I find they never fail, and I recommend
them in all cases of HeaJache.
Mrs. Jones —I shalt son: for a box directly, and shall
tell all my suffering friends, for they are a read blessing.
TWENTY MILLIONS OF DOLLARS S:iveo.—Mr. Spalding
has so:d two millions of bottles .f his celebrated Prepared
Cklun an,l it is estimated t,, , at each battle saves at testi ten
dolLirs worth of broken furniture, thus makmg an aggre
gate of twenty millions dollars reclaimed from to al loss
by this valuable invention. H Lying made his tilde a
household word, he now proposes to do the world still
greater service by curing all the aching hea's with his
Cophalio Pills, and if they arc as geed as his Was, Head
aches will soon vaniehaway like snow in July.
DVE3 EXOTTEMENT, and the mental care and anxiety
incident to the close attention to business or study, are
mum the numerous causes or Nervous Headache. The
disordered state of mini and body incident to this diPtress
ing complaint is a fatal blow to all energy and ambition.—
Su'liners by Vila disorder can alw.tys obtain speedy renal'
from these distressin; attacks by using one of the Cephalic
Pills whenever the symptoms appear It quiets the over
tasked brain, and sootnes the strained and j .rring nerves,.
and relaxes the tension of the stomach which always an.
companies and aggravates the disordered condition of the
FACT WORTH KNOWING —9patding 7 s Cephalic Pills are a
certain cure for flick Hasdache, Bilious Headache, Nervous
Headache, Costiveness and (leaeral Debility.
GAUT DisacirgitY.—Among the most important of all
the great m441103l chs3ovsries of thil age may b 3 considered
the srst on of vaccination for protection from Small Pox,
the Cephalic Pill for relief of Headache, and the use of
Quinine for the prevention of Fevers, either of which is
a sure spealqc, whose benefits will be experienced by' suf.
fgri.g hcpia.nity lona tact theltdigoevocof %;• 9 Nrett6ll.
DiD yon ever have the Sick headache? Do you
remember the throbbing temples, the fevered brow, the
loathing and disgust at the sight of food? how totally
unfit you were for pleasure, conversation or study. One
of the Oepluslle Pills Weald have relieved you from all the
suffering which you then experienced For this and ether
purposes you should always have a boa of them on hand to
use as occasion requires.
6 ) ,:# ) ea(1 00,49 h /
' 4l kinci, '
By the use of these Pills the periodic attaAs of Ner
vous or Sick Headache may be prevented i and if taken
at the commencement of en attack immediate relief from
pain and sickness will be obtained.
They seldom Ail in removing the Nausea and Head
ache to which females are so subject.
They act gently upon the bowels,— removing Costive
For Literary Men, Students, Delicate Females, and
all persons of sedentary habits, they are valuable as a
Laxattve, improving the appetite, giving tone and vigor
to the digestive org 4ns, and restoring the natural elasticity
and strength of the wbele system,
The CEPHALIC PILLS are the result of long investi
gation and carefully conducted experiments, having been
in use many years, during which time they have prevented
and relieved a vast amount of pain and smfferin; from
Headache, whether oeginating in the nervous system or
from a deranged Mate of the stomach.
They are entirely vegetable in their composition, and
may be taken at all times with perfect sleety Without ma
king any change of diet, and the absence of any disa
greeable taste renders it easy to administer them to
DWARF OF COUNTIOR VEITS
The genuine have five signatures of Henry 0. Spalding on
Bold by Dreggists and all other dealers In Medicines.
Box will be sent by man prepaid on receipt of Die
PRICE TWENTY-FIVE CENTS.
All orders should be addressed to
HENRY C. SPALDIIWG,
4.6 CEDAR STAMM NEW YORK.
Zlx it oilet.
T HE ONLY DISCOVERY
WORTHY OF ANY CONFIDENCE FOR
THE BALD AND GRAY.
Many, since the great discovery of Prof. Wood, have
attempted not only to imitate his restorative, but pro
fees to have discovered something that would produce ,
results identical; but they have all COM and gone, be
ing carried away by the wdmierful results of Professor
Wood's preparation, and have been forced to leave the
field to its resistless sway. Read the following :
BATH, Maine, April 18, 1850.
PROF. 0. J.W oon & Co.: Gents:—The letter I wrote
you in 1856 concerning your valuable "Hair Restorative,
and which you have published in this vicinity and else
where ; has given rise to numerous enquiries touching
the facts in the ease. The enquiries are, first, is it a
fact of my habitation and name, as stated in the com
munication ; second, is it true of all therein contained;
third, does my hair still continue to be in good order and
, of natural color? To all I can and do answer invariably
yes. My hair is oven better than in any stage of my life
for 40 years past, more soft, thrifty, and better colored;
the same is true of my whiskers, and the only cause why
it is not generally true, is that the substance is washed
off by frequent ablution of the face, when if care were
Used by wiping the face in close connection with the
whiskers, the same result will follow as the hair. I
have been in the receipt of a great number of letters from
all parts of New England, asking rue if my hair still
Continues to be good ; as there is so much fraud in the
manufacture and sale of various compounds as well as
this, it has, no doubt, been basely imitated, and been
used, not only without any good effect, but to absolute
injury. I have not used any of your Restorative of any
account for some months, and yet my hair is as good as
ever, and hundreds have examined it with surprise, ea I
am now 61 years old and not a gray hair in my head or on
my face; and to prove this fact, I send you a lock of my
hair taken off the past week. I received your favor of
two quart bottles last summer, for which I am very
grateful : I gave it to my friends and thereby induced
them to try it; many were skeptical until after trial,
and then purchased and used it with universal success,
I will ask us a laver, that you send me a teat by which I
can discover fraud in the Restorative, sold by many, I
fear, without authority from you. A pure article will
insure success, and I believe where good effects do not
follow, the failure is caused by the impure article, which
curses the inventor of the good. I deem it my duty, as
heretofore, to keep you apprised of the continued effect
on my hair, as I assure all who enquire of mu of my un
shaken opinion of its valuable results.
I remain, dear sirs, yours, A. C. RAYMOND.
AARON'S RUN, Ky., Nov. 30, 1858.
PROF. 0. J. Woon : Dear Sir :—I would certainly be
doing you a great injustice not to make known to the
world, the wondeeltil as well as the iindneoted. result I
have experienced from using oaa bottle of your Hair
Restorative. After Using every kind of Restoratives
extant, but without success, and finding my head nearly
destitute of hair, I was finally induced to try a bottle of
your Hair Restorative. Now, candor and justice compel
me to announce to whoever may read this, that I now
possess a new and beautiful growth of hair, which I
pronounce richer and handsomer than the original was.
I will therefore take occasion to recommend this in
valuable remedy to ALL who may feel the necessity of it.
Respectfully yours, REV. S. ALLEN BROCK.
P. S —This testimonial of my approbation for your
valuable medicine (as you are aware of) is unsolicited;
but if you think it worthy of a place among the rest,
insert if you wish; if not destroy and say nothing.
Yours, &C., Ray. S. A. B.
Depot 444 Broadway, and sold by all dealers through
out the world.
0. J. WOOD & CO., Proprietors, 444 Broadway, New
York, and 114 Market Street, St, Louis, Mo.
And sold by all good Druggists and Fancy Goods
TO THE LADIES.
HUNVS "BLOOM OF ROSES" a rich and delicate
color for the cheeks and lips, WILL NOT WASH OR
RUB OFT, 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 any
thing else used for Ibis purpose, mailed free for bd cents.
HUNT'S BRITISH BALM," removes tan, freckles,
sunburn and all eruptions of the skin, mailed free for 50
HUNT'S "IMPERIAL POMADE," for the hair,
strengthens and improves its growth, keeps it from fall
ing off, and warranted TO MAKE THE HAIR CURL,
mailed free for tl.OO,
HUNT'S " PEARL BEAUTIFIER," for the teeth and
gums, cleanses and whitens the teeth, hardens the gums,
purifies the breath effectually, PRESERVES THE
TEETH AND PREVENTS TOOTH-ACHE, mailed free
111;INTT " MURAL WREATH PEP„FHILE," &double
extract of orange blossoms and cologne, mailed free for
This exquisite perfume was first used by the PRINCESS
ROYAL, OP ENGLAND, on her marriage. MESSRS.
HUNT & CO. presented the PRINCESS with an elegant
case of Perfumery, (in which all of the above articles
were included,) in handsome cut glees with gold stoppers,
valued at $l6OO, 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 ou delivery of goods.
HUNT & CO.,
Perfumers to the Queen,
REGENT STREET, LONDON, AND 707 SANSOM STREET,
The Trade supplied, PIIILADELPIIIA.
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. Save the Pieces ! T r,
As accidents will happen, even in well-regulated fami
lies, it is very desirable to have some cheap .and conve
nient way for repairing Furniture, Toys, Crockery, &a.
SPALDING'S PREPARED OWE
meets all such emergencies, and no household can afford
to be without it. It is always readly and upto the stick
ing point. There is no longer a necessity for limping
chairs, splintered veneers, headless dolls, and broken
cradles. It is just the article for cone, shell, and other
ornamental work, so popular frith ladics of.rciblement
This admirable preparation is used cold, being chard:
sally held in solution, and possessing all. the valuable
qualities of the best cabinet-makers' Glue. It may be
used in the place of ordinary mucilage, being vastly
"IISNIIIIL IN EVERT HOUSE
WROLZSALE DEPOT, No. 48 CEDAR STREET, NEW TORE
HURT C. SPALDING & CO.,
Box No. 3,600. New York
Put up for Dealers in Cases containing Four, Eight,
and Twelve Dozen—a beautiful Lithographic Show-Card
accompanying each package.
irr A single bottle of SPALDING'S PREPARED
GLUE will SAVO ten times its cost annually to every
Sold by all 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.
0 TICE. The undersigned having
.1.1 opened an English and Classical School for Boys in
the Lecture Room of what was formerly called the
United Brethren Church," on Front, between Walnut
and Locust streets. is prepared to receive pupils and
instruct them in the branches usually taught In schools
of that character. The number of pupils is limited to
For information with regard to terms, &c., apply to
Rev. Mr. ROBINSON and Rev. gr. O.4ITELL, or personally
to ' (oc2b - dtf] JAMES B. KING.
CCO 0 P R'S GELATINE.—The best
article in the market, just received and for sale 14
inarl4-ti WM. Dollfc jy.
v ELLER'S DRUG STORE is the phut
ix. to buy Dontootio liolkdoso,
AN aperient and Stomachic preparation of IRON purl ,
BA of Oxygen and Carbon by combustion in Hydrogen.
Sanctioned by the highest Medical Authorities, both in
Europe and the United States, and prescribed in their
The experience of thousands daily proves that no pre
paration of Iron can be compared wish it. Impurities of
the bleed, at - pr.io. or - vital energy, pale and otherwige
sickly complexions, indicate its necessity in almost every
Innoxious in all maladies In which it has been tried, it
has proved absolutely curative in each of the following
IN DEBILITY, NERVOUS AFFECTIONS, EMACIATION, PTO"
PEESIA, CONSTIPATION, DIARREREA, DYSENTERY, Isorrrsrit
CONSUMPTION, BOitonmous TUBERCULOSIS, SALT RHEUM,
MISMENSTEUATION,WHIT ES , CHLOE OSIS. GIVER COMPLAINTS,
CHRONIC HEADACHES, RHEUMATISM, INTERMITTENT REVERE,
PIMPLES ON TIIE PACE, a:43.
In cases of CistisitaL paint:lw, whether the result of
acute disease, or of the centliseed diteinetion of tiettlatia
and muscular energy from chronic complaints, one trial of
this restorative has proved successful to an extent which
no d escrim ion or written attestation would render credible.
Invalids so long bed-ridden as to have become forgotten in
their own neighborhoods, have suddenly re-appeared in the
busy world as if just returned from protracted travel in a
distant land. some very signal instances of this kind are
attested of female Sufferers, emaciated victims of apparent
Maittsmna, sangnincous exhaustion, critical 'changes, and
that complication of nervous and dyspeptic aversion to air
and exercise for which the physician has no name.
In Neavous AFFECTIONS of all kinds, and for reasons
familiar to medical men, the operation of this preparation
of iron must necessarily be salutary, for, unlike the old
oxides, it is vigorously tonic, without being exciting and
overheating; and gently, regularly aperient, even in the
most obstinate cases of costiveness, without ever being a
gastric purgative, or inflicting a disagreeable sensation.
It is this latter property, among others, which makes it
so remarkably effectual and permanent a remedy for Piles,
upon which It also ofteatit to eßeit a atottoot Ana Specille
action. by dispersing the local tendency which forms them.
In DlSPEPSlA,innumerable as are itacauses, a single box
of these Chalybeate Pills has often sufficed for the most
habitual cases, including the attendant Costiveness.
In unchecked Diaamrata, even when advanced to Drams
MT, confirmed, emaciating, and apparently malignant
the effects have been equally decisive and astonishing.
In the local pains, loss of flesh and strength, debilitating
cough, and remittent hectic, which generally indicate IN
CIPIENT CONSUMPTION, this remedy has allayed the alarm
of friends and physicians, in several very gratifying and
In SCROFULOUS TUBERCULOSIS, this medicate iron has
had far more than the good effect of the most cautiously
balanced preparations of iodine, without any of their well
The attention of females cannot be too confidently invited
to this remedy and restorative, in the cases peculiarly of
In .Ittottdlol3lll, both chronic and infiammatoryin the
latter, however, more decidedly—it has been invariably well
reported, both as alleviating pain and reducing the mei
longs and stiffness of the joints and muscles.
In Ittranurrvesr FRYERS it mut necessarily be a great
remedy and energetic restorative, and its progress in the
new settlements of the West, will probably be one of high
renown and usefulness,
No remedy has ever been discovered in the whole history
of medicine, which exerts such prompt, happy, and fully
restorative effects. Good appetite, complete digestion,
rapid acquisition of strength, with an unusual disposition
for active and cheerful exercise, immediately follow its use.
Put up in neat flat metal boxes containing 00 pills, price
60 cents per box ; for sale by druggists and dealers. Will
be Bent free to any address on receipt of the price. All
letters, orders, etc., should be addressed to
R. B. LOCKE & CO., General Agents.
my23-d&wly 20 Cedar Street, New York.
TO THE CITIZENS OF NEW JERSEY AND
APOTHECARIES. DRUGGISTS, GROCERS AND
WOLFE'I3 PURE COGNAC BRANDY.
WOLE.EIR DUDE MADEIRA, SHERRY AND PORT
WOLFE'S PURE JAMAICA AND ST, CROIX RUM
WOLFE'S PURE SCOTCH AND IRISH WHISKY,
I beg leave to call the attention of the citizens of the
United States to the above WINES and LIQUORS, im
ported. by lIDOLPED WOLFE, of New York, MIMES DEMO
is familiar in every part of this country for the purity
of his celebrated SCHIEDAM SCRAPES. Mr. WOLFE, in
his letter to me, speaking of the purity of his WINES
and LIQUORS, says: "I will stake my reputation as a
man, my standing as a merchant of thirty years , resi
dence in the City of New York, that all the BRANDT and
Wit.= Which I bottle are pure as imported, and of the
best quality, and can be relied upon by every purchaser."
Every bottle has the proprietors name on the wax, and
a lac simile of his signature on the certificate. The
public are respectfully invited to call and examine for
themselves. For sale at RETAIL by all Apothecaries and
Grocers in Philadelphia.
GEORGE 11. ASHTON,
No. 832 Market street, Philadelphia,
Sole Agent for Philadelphia.
Read the following from the New York Courier:
ENORMOUS BUSINESS FOR ONE NEW YORK MERCHANT.—
We are happy to inform our fellow-citizens that there is
one place in our city where the physician, apothecary,
and country Merchant, can go and purehase pure Wines
and Liquors, as pure as imported, and of the best quality.
We do not intend to . give an elaborate description of this
merchant's extensive business, although it will well re
pay any stranger or citizen to visit UDOLFHO WoEFE'S
extensive. warehouse, Nos. 18, 20 and 22, Beaver street,
and Nos . 17,19 and 21, Marketfield street. His stock 9f
Schnapps on hand ready for shipment could not have
been less than thirty thousand cases • the Brandy, some
ten thousand cases—Vintages of 1836 to 1858; and ten
thousand cases of Madeira, Sherry and Port Wines,
Scotch and Irish Whisky, Jamaica and St. Croix Rum,
some very old and equal to any in this country. He also
had three large cellars, filled with Brandy, Wines, /to.
in casks, under Custom-House key, ready for bottling. ,
Mr. WOLFE'S sales of Schnapps last year amounted to
one hundred and eighty thousand dozen, and we hops in
less than two years he may be equally suocessf with
his Brandies and Wines.
His business merits the patronage of every lover of
his species. Private families who wish pure Wines and
Liquors for medical use should send their orders direct
to Mr. WOLFE, until every Apothecary in the land make
up their minds to discard the poisonous stuff from their
shelves, and replace it with WOLFE'S pure WINES and
WO understand Mr. WOLFE, for the accommodation of
small dealers in the country, pats up assorted cases of
Wines and Liquors. Such a man, and such a merchant,
should be sustained against his tens of thousands of op
ponents in the United States, who sell nothing but imi
tations, ruinous alike to human health and happiness.
For sale by 0. H. &ELLER, Druggist, sole agent for
Harrisburg_ . sep6.d&w6m
M ANHO OD,
HOW LOST, HOW RESTORE D.
Just Published, in a Sealed Envelope,
A LECTURE ON TRH NATURE, TREATMENT AND
RADICAL CURE OF SPERMATORRHOZA, or. Seminal
Weakness, Sexual Debility, Nervousness and Involuntary
Emissions, producing linpotency, Consumption and Mental
and Physical Debility.
BY ROB. J. OCLVERWELL, M. D.
The important fact that the awful consequences of self
alarm may be effectually removed withoutinternalinedicinea
or the dangerous applications of eioutica, instruments,
medicated beagles, and other empirical devices, is here
clearly demonstrated, and the entirely new and highly
auczeasfal treatment, as adopted by the celebrated author,
fully explained, by means of whirl' every one is enabled to
cure himself perfectly, and at the least possiele cost, there
by avoiding all the Wlvertie. , d nostrums of the day The
Lecture will prove a boon to thousands and thousands.
Bent under seal to any address, past paid, on the receipt
of two postage stamps, by addressing Dr. CUAS J. D.
KLINE, 480 First Avenue, New York, Post Box 4,680.
Humrkiii FA '
for sale at KELLER'S Drug Store,
n 027 91 Market Street
HAVANA ORANGES I I
A prime lot just received by
oc3o. WM. DOCK, JB., & Co
TIMED PARED PEACH KS, Dried
lINPARED PEACHES, Dried APPLES, Dried
BLACKBERRIES, just received by
esti& WM_ DOCK, JR. , k CO,
TOY-BOOKS of an endless variety, for
I. the amusement and instruction of our little onee,
RMOKE I SMOKE I SMOKE ! ! _ 45
a..,1 not objectionable when from a CIGAR, purchased at
KELLER'S DRUG STORE. 91 Market street. sepl9
T AYER RAISINS—WHOLE, HALF and .
JAI Q Dome, jut nceluid by
self R. DOOl4 Me, 400. .
The attention of Invalids, Physicians, Clergym m
scientific men, and the public generally., is respectfully
solicited to the merits of this chemical preparation, co n ,
Lamming IRON, SULPHUR, AND PHOSPHOROUS, and
which is identical in its composition with the fieriterit
Globule, or red blood. In all diseases accompanied wilt,
pale countenance and nervous derangement, analying of
the blood show a deficiency of the red globules, Rudd
complexion and a rosy tint of the skin, is always indi ca .
tive of health; while a pale, wax-like skin and count,.
nance,—which evinces a deficiency of the red globe lea,—
accompanies &diseased organism. Preparations of IRON
have been given for the purpose of supplying the red ele•
bules, but we contend that IRON alone, SULPHUR pleas,
- or P/I.OSPROROUB alone, will not inset the deficie ne‘ ,
in every case, but that a judicious combination of ea
these elements is necessary to restore the blood to its
normal standard. This point, never before attained, has
been reached in the BLOOD FOOD, and its discovery
ranks as one of the most scientific and important of the
age. Its effects in
CONSUM P T I O N
are to soften the cough, brace the nerves, strengthen the
syaterc, allay the prostrating. night sweats, increase the
physical and mental energy, enrich the blood by restoring
the lacking red globules, increase the appetite, restore
the color, and clothe the skeleton frame with flesh. The
BLOOD FOOD will be found a specific in all GLIRONIfi
DISEASES or the TIIROAT or LUND such us Asthma,
Bronchitis ' Coughs, &c. Public speakers and singers
will find it of great utility in clearing and strengthening
the vocal organs. In Dyspepsia, Liver Complaints,
Dropsy, Epilepsy, Paralysis, Scrofula, Gravel, St.
ties , Dance, Fever and Ague, &c., its efficiency is marked
and instantaneous. In no class of diseases, however, are
the beneficial effects of this remedy so conspicuous as is
to which the gentler sex are liable, and which 'tend to.
wards Consumption, such as suppressed or difficult Mot
struation, Green Sickness, Whites, &c., especiall3 Rhea
hese complaints are aeeompanied with paleness, a dingy
hue or pallor of the skin, depression of spirits, debility,
palpitation, want of appetite, and nervous prostration.
We have the utmost confidence in recommending tat
BLOOD FOOD to all who may be conscious of a bag o f
vitality or energy; and, to those whose mental or bodily
powers are prostrated through over use, either of the
mind or body and we deem it our duty to say that in all
cases of Weakness and Hrnaaiatran, and in all diseases
of the Kidneys or Bladder, this preparation has a slant
upon the attention of sufferers which cannot be over
estimated. A faithful trial will be found the most con
vincing proof in regard to its efficacy that could be asked
for. With the above remarks, and with the numerous
testimonials we have in its favor, we offer the SiBLOOD
FOOD" to the consideration of the afflicted, knowing
that it will be acknowledged as pre-eminent over all other
preparations, patent or officinal, in point of usefulness.
Circulars giving the Theory upon which this remedy is
founded, also certificates of remarkable cures, will be
pent free when desired. We forward the BLOOD 9001)
to any part of the United States or Canades upon receipt
of price—sl per bottle, $5 for six bottles. Be careful in
all cases to take none but that having our fac-simile sig
nature upon the wrapper. None other is genuine.
Prepared only by CHURCH & DUPONT,
No. 409 Broadway, New York,
And sold by them, and by all respectable Druggists.
For sale by C_ A. BANNVART, K_ KELLER and B
W. GROSS & CO., Harrisburg. febe-eowd&aly
PURIFY THE BLOOD!
VEGETABLE LIFE PILLS
PH - (ENIX BITTERS.
The high and envied celebrity which these pre-eml
neat Medicines have acquired for their invaluable effi
cacy in all the Diseases which they profeell to cum his
rendered the usual practice of puffing not only unneeee•
sary, bat unworthy of them.
IN ALL OASES
Of Asthma, Acute and Chronic Rhemnatism, Affections
of the Bladder and Kidneys.
BILIOUS FEVERS AND LIVER COMPLAINTS,
In the SOMA and West, where these diseases prevail,
they will be found invaluable. Planters, farmers and
others, who once use these Medicines, will never after
wards lye without them.
BILIOUS CHOLIC, SEROUS LOOSENESS , PILES, COS
TIVENESS, COLDS AND COUGHS, CHOLIO,
CORRUPT HUMORS, DROPSIES.
Dvererme.,—Ne person with this distressing dismiss,
should delay using these Medicines immediately.
Eruptions of the Skin, Erysipelas, Flatulency.
FEVER AND AGUE —For this scourge of the Western
country these Medicines will be found a safe, speedy and
certain remedy. Other medicines leave the systemsub.
ject to a return of the disease; a cure by these midi
eines is permanent.
Try them, Re eatisfied, mad be cured,
FOULNESS OP COMPLEXION—
GENERAL DEBILITY. GOUT, GIDDINESS,
Headaches of every kind, Inward Fever, Inflammatory
Rheumatism, Impure Blood, Jaundice, Loss of Appetite,
MERCURIAL DISEASES.—Never fails to eradicate en
tirely all the effects of Mercury - , infinitely sooner than
the most powerful preparation of Ear .patina,
NIGHT SWEATS, NERVOUS DEBILITY, NERVOUS
COMPLAINTS OF ALL KINDS, ORGANIC
PILEEL—The original proprietor of these Medicine
was cured of Piles. of thirty-five years' standing, by the
the use of Om Life Medicines alone.
PAINS In the Head, Side, Back, Limbs, Joints and
Rueusurism.—Those affected with this terrible die
ease, will be sure of relief by the Lite Medicines.
Rush of Blood to the Head, Scurvy, Salt Rheum
SCROFULA, OP KINCOS EVIL, in its worst forms. Ulcer
of every description.
WORMS of all kinds are effectually expelled by these
Medicines. Parents will do well to administer them
whenever their existence is suspected. Relief will be
THE LIFE PILLS AND PIICENIX BITTERS
PURIFY TIIK BLOOD,
And thus remove all disease from the 'voters.
PREPARED AND SOLD BY
DR. WILLIAM B. MOFFAT,
835 Broadway corner of Anthony street, New York.
For sale by all Druggists. ,1717-d&wly
ALL WORK PROMISED IN
i - DOPGES --- DYE-HOUSE
1 0 4
STEAM DYEING ESTABLISHMENT,
104 141ARRBT STREET,
BETWEEN FOURTH AND FIFTH,
Where every description of Ladies? and Gerttlemen , s
Garments, Piece Goods, &c., are Dyed, Cleansed, and
finished in the best manner and at the shortest notice.
no6-d&wly DODGC & CO., Proprietors.
ORNER OF BALTIMORE AND CHARLES STREETS,
BALTIMORE, MD .
The Largest, Most Elegantly Furnished, and Popular
Jommercial College in the United States. Designed
szpressly for Young Men desiring to obtain a Timaouou
PRACTICAL BUSIIIRDS EDUCATION in theshortegtponoibin
time and at the least expense.
A Large and Beautifully Ornamented Circular, con•
taining upwards of SIX SQUARE FEET, with Rpm:mint
OF PONMANSHIP, and a Large Engraving (the finest of the
kind ever made in this country) representing the interior
View of the College, with Catalogue stating terms, M.;
will be Sent to Every Young Man on application, Fun
Write immediately and you will receive the package
by return mail. Address,
jan2s-dly] E. R. LOSTER, Beurtmona, Mn.
INK FOUNTAIN! INK FOUNTAIN!
A very ingenious attachment to any metallic pen, 1 4
which one dip of ink is sufficient to write a foolscap
page. For sale at SCREFFER'S BOOKSTORE,
No. 18 Market at
BITUMINOUS BROADTOP COAL
far lllack:maths' ups. A e uperier article for sale
at 68 00 per tan or 12% cents perbuAd.
All Coal delivered by Patent Weigh Carta.
no]7 JAMES M. WHICELXIL
I)RIED APPLES AND DRIED
PEACHES for ago kY
oath) WM, bekni a 5 co,
V ELLER'S DRUG STORE is the place
to hnv Balm of Thousand .Flower*.
FINE CONDIMENTS 11-E X T R A
FRENCH MUSTARD, choice variety of SALAD
OILS. SAUCES and HXTOKUPS of every description.
mylo WM. DOOR, he & CO.
V ELLER'S DRUG STORE is the plaQo
.11%, to Ind myth* is tb viky of Fatima.