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PIDIGSME AND POINTS OF NEAT CATTLE.—AO
getter.ct rule it may he tnkrn dint, - coproduce
superior stock, no middle COlll`n is sale or sur
cesz.ful. Toe best sleek obc,.inoble should tit•
bred of, and it is hod poliey to spare nu tn..d-
crate mrlay in securing lbst-class animals
Many obtain secomi class animals, and endea
vor to ruse from t liem superior breeding stoat..
I am convinced it is a. wrong policy to adopt.
Breeders will not generally spare their befit.
anti it frequently happens that the
best. cannot be ounine.ll. In sneit cuses there
is Tin choice but tt) st.leet the best that tnay be
In such en.eepeligree isfully entitl e d to our
COusidetation, anti it: is desirable that it should
bo wal cited with ears. In all cases where tits
breed has been carefully preserved pure, great
benefit will result from doing ao. The chlroc
ter of a breed bm-omes more and more con
centrated and confiruie-d in a pedigree animal,
end this character is tendered more fully
hereditary pl'4'porlit.n to the number of grno
ratiott, through whirli it has been transmitted.
By tire aid of pedig - ree" purity of blood may be
and a syst. motic plan tukhoeil by
w hi c h we can perpetuate distinct fomdies, and
there y obt du a change of 1 - dolid wii hunt its
being a ernes. It is evident that. any one
adopting a systematic arrangement will be able
to do this more effectually than another with
out this aid. This is the more important when
the number of tatialieti is small, as is the Cosi'
with Devons and Herefords, especially the for
mer. The individual animals from which the
Devons are descended are vers limited in num
ber, and in a few hsnds , hut. with some hono
rable eteOplionO, little:ittention is giVeli to this
poi.t.. The imporiance is rendered evident
by the d.-creasing size of the breed, the num
ber of barren heifers, and the increased deli
-csoy of consiituti n shown in the stook of many
breeders or that district who are not particular
in thin respect. The contrast between tiuch
herds and those in which more care and judg
ment are exercised, renders the advantages of
attention to pedigree very evident ; fur here
the strength of constitution is retained, to
gether with many of the advantages of this
Having then, with due consideration, selected
the breed, and the families of that breed pos
sessing the points which are to be perpetuated,
it is necessary to take individuals therefrom.
The cows should be ch tractertzed by an apti
tude for producing fine calves, and bringing
them to a full degree of development. They
should therefore be good milkers, for the value
of the produce v.ill be very much regulated by
this character. We shall have occasion to see
subsequently that this property is in no degree
prejudicial to any other desirable point. of char
aster. This tendency to produce milk not only
influences the supply of foad to't he young mil-
Mal after its birth, when any deficiency Tay be
remedied, but it regulates the growth of the
calf before birth when a substitute cannot be
used. Thus many of our best bred stiort.horn
cows produee calves which are very imperfectly
developed and exceedingly weakso - Much So,
that many persons accustomed to inferior stock
would consider them scarcely worth rearing.
rids is mainly referable to the supply ofiNur
isOmeal given to the calf being so small, for the
sub4eqnent supply of milk clearly indicates how
limited had been the support given to the foetus.
This neglect of the milking disposition is a
gi.eat. evil at the present day. and our hest
breeds are suffering, and will continue to Buffet
from it until more attention is given to this
point in the awards at t .e National Exhibi
bitions. Here it should be made a leading
paint of merit, and thie woo!d stimulate breed
ers to giie more attention to it. it has been
sadly overlooked, Lou it is in the power of the
Bigalaud Agricultural Socie.y, and other k n
deed a mtettes, to do much to bring our breed
ing cowl into n mere eatiefactery elate itt t hie
respect. Already great complaints hive be• it
m tile of stock sent abroad, and partieutarly
front Am--rice. which nets prejudicially 011 our
; tted when it is seen that the possession
of milking properties may be adv.ntageouely
encouraged even in our bc-t bractis it is evi
dent that it is only necessary to draw attention
rhpe acidly to this fact, and sooner or later it
nuiet be corrected.
Breeding cows should also possess strong
anti heal. by constitutions, and th re ar e cer
tain develiipments of figure wbirh indicate - heir
existence No one would consider aII it ribbed
animal, with a narrow care +Si and eon:railed
chest, tit give promise of health ; neither would
the rising of the rump bone be a good feature.
These are sure signs of preiltepo-ir ton to Con
eumption and dist rticea. The full round barrel
awl the deep wide chest, together with a level
back and broad pins, are essential - poiuts of
We are well aware that many dieenies are
transmitted from the parent to the - offspring,
which must be jealously guarded against; dys
entery, consumption; scrofula and rheumatic
aff -aloes have been clearly proved to be per
iiittutted in this manner. It is therefore of the
deepest importance to avoid anything of the'
kind in -the parents selected for a herd of
breeding cattle. The three former frequently
result from relationship being too Wose, in
other caees arising from different causes, but
the effeet• ie the same, so far ea regards the ex
tension of, the evil. That boldness of figure
which we prize as indicating a well developed
animal is also valuable as a sign of health and
vigor. Thus, those points which are so plea
sing to the grazier are equally valuable to the
The breeder of first-class stock cannot be too
particular in his selection of bulls. Ile must.
always be prepared to detect the weak points
of his stook, and remedy them by using a bull
well- developed in these respects. Notwith
standing the great importance of having good
cows to breed from the influence exerted by the
bull renders his quality and character of even
greater importance. Not only are his good or
bad qualities spread through the large num
ber of cows he serves, but there are certain
hereditiry qualities more fully transmitted
from the bull than the cow. The bull, there
fore, should be rte perfect as can be obtained,
and possess the greatest purity of descent..
The following points may be said to indicate
a well developed bull:
The Heed should be rather small in propor
tion to the animal, and welt set upon the neck,
With a fine tepering muzzle, a broad forehead,
bright full yet placid eyes, furnished with a
graceful horn of fine quality, and ears small
The Neck should be thick but not too short,
but having a graceful appearance by tapering
steadily towards the head, and yet not getting
thin behind the ears.
The Shouklershould be snugly in the carcass:
it should' be covered with a well developed mus
cle down to the knee, below which it should
possess a fine and flat bony structure.
' The Chest at ould be bold and prominent, wide
and deep. furnished with a deep, but not a
The Carcass should be barrel-shaped, having
a top level and broad, especially across the
hips. the ribs should be well rounded, the space
between the last rib and the pin should not be
too short, yet at the same time we must guard
against too Much length there will, however,
be little cause for objection if the rib is well
rounded and the bone fiat, tor it will add weight
-to the animal in a good part: The flank should
be fall and pendant.
The Iliad Legs should he full and fleshy down
to the hock, with a well developed buttock.
showing great substance, but below the hock
lee - require a fine and cleanly fornied bone.
TXie; Tamil: should - be finely f ed ithoUt
mikiift : hair.
The Hide mellow to the toueh, covered with-a
fine yet plentiful coatiof hair. •
Animals thus developed in all these points
'will be alike irtatifying to the eye of the eon- .
noisseur and . profifable4a the grazier.
guile hoe g,'llefutgl tendency to show pointy,
4froiltin vhich are Et 4bl:datable in ballooke;
and takin4 ail Iteee•ts into conic &ration, this
is most frequ44nt ly tbai , Toi by a deficiency in t I e
hind quan t, rs of n he ani.nal. how,ver,
we ahaulti endeator to eldain a hall as perfectly
formed its psis- iblr. it is e•p.cially desirable to
se , -iire a 1011, I might almost say an excessive
development . of any part whi4l may be deficient
in the cows or belie's he has to be used with.
II they ars Weak, either in the fore or hind
quarter, or it' defi ient in size, this may be
remedied by selecting a bull distinguished for
per essiiig these propertirs in an unusual degree.
14 is in thi reps[. that the extensive hreelt
ors have Meth advantage over those keeping
smaller het ils. It is necessary for them to keep
three or four buds, and very often they have
mote. The consequence is, that a selection can
be made in such cases according to the defi
cit ney of the tiel er or now; whereas, where
only one hull is kepi, this cannot be without
involving the expense and trouble of sending
to a aistalliCe, and often this isnot available.—
It is a matter of 414401 with some how far an
increase or Biz: obtained by using a large bull
can be done with safety to the females produ
cing the calves. No tear nerd
. be entertained
on this grout.d: The female alone determines
the size of the calf at birth, but subsequently
a ranger growth shows the increase of size . de
rived from the sire.
put:-essi n of a good form and desirable
qualities is not all that is necessary to be no
ticed in s.-lecting a hull for producing breeding
stock. We li.ve also to ob-erve how far this
Cli-.roeter tvie been held • y his parents. Curs
are frequent in which interior cows have been
pin to fist-clat , s bulls, and the produce has ri
valled the sire for beauty and perfection ; but
such an animal, although possessing in an em
inent degree the formation of body which is
desired, is totally unfit for being used as a bull.
llere we h-ive the explanati n of the fact that.
many bulls which are 'most pleasing to the eye
are not. d for throwing inferior stock.
The explanation is clearly this, that the
maxim of "like producing like" is modified by
anotner law—viz., that animals have varying
powers of hereditary transmission, dependent
up..n the d gree to which certain peculiarities
of character may hive been concentrated within
them. As I have before snit', every successive
generation 'in the line" will possess, in a
greater degree, the power of transmitting cer
tain peculiarities. and immediately such an
animal is crossed with a cow which has no
Sueb power, in continuance of an irregular
line of descent, the bull exerts the greatest
influence, and the progeny fully partakes of
The quality of the produce is improved even
m , re where this diffvrenee exists, than if asu
perior cow had been used. Lord Spencer no
ticed this many years ago. He says: "It is
admitted by every one-that the qualities of the
offspring . are usually similar to those of the
parents, either combining, in varous propor
tion, the qualities of both parents, or taking
entirely alter one. I should say as regards
cattle and sheep, that in most cases the quali
ties of the male parent predominate in the
offspring. I have also ebeet*ed that the worse
bred the female is, the more will this be the
case when she is put to a well bred male."—
This principle bad been previously advocated
by Rev. H. Berry in his celebrated Prize Essay
ou Breeding. Ii is therefore as important to
see the parents of the bull as the animal itself;
and no one pretending to any degree of careful
breeding should neglect this point. Here we
swain observe the value of pedigree, which is
so, ustly appreciated by short-horn breeders,
who well know that any taut in the descent
otten re appears lifter several generations, to
the preju.iice of the stock.
An error is frequently committed by breeders
of stock or medium merit.; from not. being par-
titular as to the bull first. used for their heifers,
considering that as a hater's calf is not gener
ally desirable for s ock, So it is not important
to sel-vt, tt good hull, There is, however, little
demo but that the character of the bull' first
used gives an impress to the entire produce of
that animal, even shit , ugti later- calves are got
by other bulls. The temper of the bulls should
not be overlooked, for it is estahli-Led be.: and
all doubt that this is bereittary the stock,
and it influences considerable difference on the
tra-tibititt, as well As the disposition tor fat
tening. of all the descendants,-11/tner's Rural
13 us 111069 4Latte.
DEN T I S TRY.
DOCTOR OF DI•:NTAL SURGERY.
Respectfully tenders his profearsionol Dorvicea %o the
citizens of Harrisburg and vicinity.
OFFICE IN STATE STREET,
OPPOSITE THE BRADY HOUSE.
sep2b.4l&wtf 8.111 GILDEA, D. D. i 3.
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jjr • SURGEON AND OCULIST,
RESIDENCE THIRD NEAR NORTH STREET.
Be le now fully prepared to attend promptly to the
duties of profession in all its branches.
A noau alio Tutor ScrOONtotrllL ttilitlOAL Ilittaatnllol3
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. mlB-ddrwly
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situa , ed on North-We-t corner of Howard and Franklin
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INSTRUCTION IN MUSIC.
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membered late P W Weber, et' aerrieburgtleprepared
to give lemeni . in mind° open the PIANO, VIOLIN
ogrA,O, VIOLIN end FLUTE. He willgive lessens at
hie reeidenee. earner - of laienat itreet and River' alley
itthe homes of panne. . ants.arn
go( (Toul wlllB K Y.—One ,P.inetiefin
t. of PURE MOTOR WHISKY in - rreetfed and for;
isle b JOHN H_ lIKOLvg
1. 114 IS Market street.
TON AMALCULMITION OF LiNGUAOMmmThdra is a growing
tendency in Gib age to a ppropriate the most expressive
words • f other I ogusgc.., and after a white to in or trot
the n iuto our ow ; thus the word Cephalic, which is
rrom the Greek. signifying "to. the :Acid," is now bacon
iwt tt Miectiall With Mr. Einaitues great
Headache remedy, but it will soon to need in a n.ore pen
oral Way. and the word Cephitlit will ticeo ne as con mon
ist Electrotype and many one s w hose distioctii n as lot
sign words initi been worn away by • own on usage until
they seam (dilative a to the manor Wm.'?
Ili 'n k.rrible 'earlache this haFte :noon, han3l;etepped
into the haw thee/ideal/and says Li to the man, iiCanyoa
pease nze, of 9 ewly.e6e ?> 3 ulleee. it haehe '411,1,39 says
'e. ILL ilexceediogly," says hi, hind ripen that 'e gave me
a Cephalic Pill, hand 'pen me 'omit it cured me 89 quick
that 1 'erdly realized 1 'ad 'dd an 'elidiche.
irrag,D,cas is the favorite sign by l'which asters
makes known any d'viation whatever from the nattira I
state of the hrai . and vi !me iin tois light it maybe looke
on as a Siegnard intended to give notice or disease which
might therwise escape attention, tall too late to bi- reme
died; and it , indicationi should never be neglect d.
aches may be clwained under two names, viz : iiymptoma
tie and fitiop.ithi.:. Symptomatic !teal:ache is ex teedingly
common and ethe precivor o a great variety of diseases,
among which are Apoplexy, Goat, Rhoa nat , sin and all
f. brie diseases. In its nervous form it is sympathetic of
tiseas: cf the stomach constituting sick /sandarac, of he
patic disc 'as con:thut ficulachs, of wotma,
constipation ant other disorders of the bewsls, as well as
renal and uterine affemions. Diseases of the heart we very
creel neatly • tten led with H a 'aches; A.lmatis and plet tiora
are all) aifectiOnS which frepently occasion headache, ,,,,
FM:manic Beatty:he is also very common, being usually
d stitiraished by the name of nervous headac he, sometimes
coming on suddenly in a State of apparently sound health
and pros .rating at once the mental and physical energies,
and in oth r hasten:es it comes on slowly, heralded by de.
pr. NOR 4 2f spirits or meaty Of temper, In most instan
ces the pain is in the front of the head, over one or both
eyes, and sometimes rev( king vomiting ; under this class
may also be named Nsuraigto.
For the treatment of either class of Headache the Ce
phalic Pills have been found a sure and safe remedy, relie
ving the most acute pains in a few minutes, and by its subtle
power eradisating the diseases of which Headache is the
Want! YOU to liOnd her a box of Cep—
halic time, no, a bottle of Prepared Ptll.4—ant .I. l ni think
ing that's notjust it n /inner i but perhaps ydii be either
knawing what it is. Ye see stuPs nigh dead and gone with
,he .1410 and wants Wald more of that came IS
relaived her before. •
Drimut mot mutt SpaMimeo gepludic
BPidtat.—Ueb ! awe now and yon 7 ve Bed it, here's the
quirthaand giv me the fits and dont be all day about it
Constipation or Costiveness.
No one of the "mane ills flesh is heir - ton is so prevalent,
so little nmierstotd, and so much neglected as Co -tiveness.
Often originating in care it mness or sedentary habits; it is
regarded as sa slight dicorder of to little constquence to
excite anxiety, while in twills,' it is the precursor and
companion of many o. the most fatal and dangerous dm
ems-, gad inlets" early eradicated it wilt bring the Falterer
to an untimely grave. Among the lighter evils of which
ccrativeuem is t.e usual attendant are Meada:te, Colic,
Rheumatism, Foul areath, Piles and others of 1 ke nature.
whit- a long train of fr ghifel diseases inch as Malignant
Fevers, abcesses, D. amatory, Di •rrlicea, Dyspepsia, Apo.
piety, Epitepdy, Paralysis, U:stsr , a, Hyp
..14.1aactisky sad his Jiffy, fleet iNdie.ll6 residence in
the system by this alarmin. evniptom. Not uirregnently
the d.seanes mimed orginate in constipation, but take on
an independent existenee .tiless the cause i• eradicated in
an 'arty asp From all 'bele c insalerat one it Fellows
that the disorder should receive i mined late al tention when.
eva. it occurs_ and no pa. son Mould neglect to get a box
of Geri/die Piles on
i h first spiv/trance of the c , mplaint,
AR their tmely n.e wll expel the insidmus approaches cf
disease and destroy the riaonerous foe to human life.
A Beal Blessing.
Physician—Weirs Nro, donee, how 'a %At headache ?
Airs J.lvs tione ' Doctor d goni ! h • pdl you sent
cnr,d In. in just twenty inmates and I wish yo . would
send more m. that ( .an have thorn boo ly.
rhysieko.—You can awt them At toy DrugAists. Call
for .1.-p Pi Is, I Hod t 11.7 u..ver GAL, tend I rdeommend
thAn in a I macs of ID* :who
WS. JO • v." B .al Ben for B. box d'reAlv, and him
tell ail my eatferteg tri-nde ro- they :re a real blessing.
TRISISTT MILLIONS UP DOL. 6ARS Spalding
haS tl two mu Pon. of Oat r celebrated Prepared
Glue an is is estimatel ti at each both saves at le,nt t(l2
gong, worth of broken flu nita e t tria.t making en anre
gae o Lw nty miltioal o (WA v reclaim - id nom Tirol 10,6 A
oy VHS van.ble invention I! ,, ing mad • his Glee a
bouseaol I word, he in .w ropofts to do the world still
re Ur sonic, by ettlei , te all tile deh:h4 heft Ft with his
Cephalic tills aaal if they are Ks gibtli es Ma Glue, head
ashes 10 . 1 smin V 41.4411 aw %sr itk
lOU'' Wel exourceegr, a th oacctal Gera and rusiety
Inca on, to t,e elo .0 atteotio to ..e.4-oee, o • study, are
:,u3404 the ea.ae oa. 00100 0' Nervous Ileadaca , . The
die .rdered Alte of elle t ..a I WV ifici.i-at to this di.tress
int a implaint is 4 f t at bloc to all en-raj and etabAion.—
.1 er , rs op t vs d s ,r ler c so. alw ye ob..aie speedy rel. ef
from ties, li-Arese r ttteas hy using °deo; the Cephalic
e lit w i rci-vAr Rydiptthai apJe It quiets the over-
Naked b sin, aitt so Prn .11 the strain.d and j ,wing nerves,
and eel at -8 the tension of the tromich which always ac
c.onpanies and acroattas Lie disordered condition of the
PACT WaRT3 6:101TINIt — 4 141 ling' 4 o"PlPiic are a
rert card forp , iee H 4 , l4eUe, athoas Wielaelie, Nervous
Ileciache, iloscivenesa :tad lie .etal ttethlity.
Gaon , DISLOVISItY . .- 4. 710n4 tie most important of all
the rest m dip d d armories or thi sgs may bs considered
the a. st -m of mein dins for Protection I rum Olusil Pox,
the Osph silo Pill fir relief of He cliche, and tie nee of
Quinine for the prevention of Rover.. either of which is
a sore sue& whose benefits wilt be experienced by suf
fering hthrianity long oiler sneirdiscorerees are forgotten.
117.1it0 you ever have the flick Headache'? Do. you
remember the throbbing tempbge 3 th , fevered brew, the
lo.tbing anti disgust at the sight of food? 11)," totally
unfit yea were f , r'pleasetre, conarrettion or study. One
or the Pilla woe I h relieved you from all the
auffm4ng which yore then experience I Rer thi+ and ctb‘r
purposes yen ehnold avArs have a box of them on band to
we a+ occasion requires.
1a t a11e,44%
‘ 4 . 3 ) '":04RadQ 04 ,5 1 1i1
CURE - Ye
By the use or these Pills the periodic attacks of Ner
vous or Sirk Headache may he prevented ; and if taken
at the commencement of an attack immediate relief from
pain and sickness will be obtained.
They B. Idc m Nil in removing the Nausea and Head
ache to which females are so snbiect.
They act gently tipen the bowels,— temoying Costive
For Literary Men, Students, Delicate Females, and
all persona of sedentary habits, they are valuable as a
Loyatme, improving the appetite, giving. tone end linos
tone digestive org 08, and re4oringthe natural elasticity
and st , emeih of the whole system.
The CEPHALIC PILLS are the resat of long investi
gation and eareinily conunoted experiments, having been
in tuts many years, during which time bey have prevented
tiod r elig.ed a past summit of pain and egTerint from
Headache, whether migittetiog in the nervous system or
tom a deranged state of the stomas/a..
They are entirely vrgetable in their compotation, and
may be taken at all times with parted a.fety without ma.
Ming any change of diet, and the absence of any rinse.
gr.:sable fast. readers it easy to administer them to
BEWARE OF COUNTERPEITS
The genuine have five signatures of Henry O. Spalding on
Sold by Druggists and all other duelers in Medieines.
A Boa will be not by mail prepaid en receipt of the
PRICE TWENTY-FIVE CENTS.
All ordorp should be addrawied to
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' 40 VER.A. KTRi.KY, NEW YORK
4s ll f4Pr7f. '
T ILE ONLY DISCOVERY
WORTHY OF ANY CONFIDENOE FOR
THE BALD AND GRAY.
Dimly, since the great discovery of prof. Wood, have
attempted not only to imitate his restorative, but pro
fess to have discovered something that would 'outface
results ideutieat ; but they have all come and gOlll., be
ing carried away by the wonderful results of Professor
Woo i's preparation, and have been forced to leave the
field to its resistless away. Read the following ;
Vern, Mahe, April is, inn
PROr. 0 J. WdOD & CO.: Gents:—The letter I wrote
you in ISM concerning your valuable Hair Restorat ye,
and which you have published in this vicinity ant else
where, has given rise to numerous enquiries touching
the facts in the case. The enquiries are, first, is it a
fact of my habitation arid name, us stated in the com
munication; second. Is it true of tall therein contain , l;
third. does toy hair still continue to be in good order and
of natural color? To all I can and do answer invariably
yes. My hair is even better than in any stage of mu 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 fare in close connection with the
whiskers, the Mame result will follow es the hair. I
have been in the receipt of a great number of letters from
all parts of New England, asking me if my hair still
continues to be good ; as there is so touch fraud in the
manufacture and sale of various compounds as well as
this, it hits, 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 toy hair is us good as
ever, and hundreds have examined it with surprise, ara
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 t ken oil' the past week. I received your favor of
two quart bottles last Mummer, for which I sin 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 sure- ss.
I will ask as a favor, that you send me a test by which I
Can discover fraud in the hrstoriitive, sold by matey, I
fear, without authority from you. A pure article will
insure success, and I believe where good effects do pot
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 me of my un
shaken opinion of its valuable results.
I remain, dear sits, yours, A. C. RAYMOND.
Aakcosla Kum, Ky., Nov. 30,1858.
PROF. 0. 3. Woon : Lear Sir:—l would certainly be
doing you a great injustice not to make known to the
world, the wonderful as well as the unexpected result I
have experienced from using ONE bottle of your Hair
Restorative. After using every kind of Restoratives
extant. but without success, and finding my head nearly
destitute of hair, I waa finally induced to try a bottle of
your Hair Reatorative. 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 ha
-1 valuable remedy to ALL who may feel the neeelnlity of it.
Respectfully yours, REY. St ALLEN BROCK.
P. S —This testimonial of my approbation for your
1 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., REV. S. A. B.
, Depot 444 Broadway, and sold by all dealers through
, out the world.
O. 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
HUNT'S "BLOOM OF RI'S.EB." a rich and delicate
color for the cheeks and lips, WILL NOT WASH OR
RUB OFF, and when once applied remains durable for
yeses. 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 this purpose, mailed free for 50 cents.
HUNT'S "BRITISH BALM," removes tan, freckles,
sunburn and all eruptions of the akin , mailed free for 50
HUNT'S , *IMPERIALPOMADE,"" for the hair,
strengthens and improves its growth, keeps it from tail
ing off, and warranted TO MAKE THE HAIR CURL,
mailed free for $1.00.-
HUNT'S " PEARL BEAUTIFIER, ,, for the teeth and
gums, cleanses and whitens the teeth, hardens the gums
purifies the breath effectually, P SERV ES Vag
TEETH AND PREVENTS TOOTH-ACHE, mailed free
RUNT'S "BRIDAL WREATH PERFIJME, ,, a double
extract of orange blossoms and cologne, mailed free for
This exquisite perfume was first used by the PRINCESS
ROYAL, OP ENOLAND, on her marriage, 31-ESSIIS
HUN T & CO. presented the PRINCESS with au elegant
case of Perfumery, (in which all of the above articles
were included,) in handsome cut glass with gold stoppers,
valued at $l5OO, particulars of which appe:. red 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 ageut on delivery of goods.
RUNT & CO.,
Perfumers to the Queen,
REGENT STREET, LONDON, AND 707 SANSODI STREET,
The Trade supplied. PHILADELPHIA.
lo '----- • --- ` 6.1 *0 "
P.. "'" VECONOMY I % Se ,
co' Z Mill/Natoli 2
1 ;1 Save the Pieces ! •1.
As aseidsnts will kappen sysn in wolkerulated fami
ties, it is very desirable to have some cheap and conve
nient way for repairing Furniture, Toys, Crockery, &c
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE
meets all Finch emergencies, and no household can afford
to be without it. It is always ready and up to the stick
ing point. There is no 'longer a necessity for liinping
chairs, splintered veneers, headless dolls, and broken
cradles. It is just the article for cone, shell, and other
ornamental work, so popular with ladies of refinement
This admirable preparation is used cold, being chemi
tally held in notation, andpossessing all the valuable
qualities of the beet enhinet-inetersi Glue_ It may be
used in the place of ordinary mucilage, being Vastly
"USEFUL IN EVERY HOUSE "
N. B.—A. Brush accompanies each bootie. Price, 26
WaOLNIALI DEPOT, NO. 48 01121.41 t BsaBRT , Niw Wax
HENRY C. SPALDING & CO.,
Box No. ;600. New York
Put up for Dealers in Cases containing Four, Eight.
and Twelve Dozen—a beautiful Lithographic Show-Card
accompanying each package_
A single bottle of SPALDING'S PREPARED
GLUE will save ten times its cost annually to every
Sold by al prominent Stationer; Druggists, Hardware
and 'Furniture Dealers, Grocers, and Fancy Stores.
Country merchants should make a note of SPAI,II
- PREPARED GLUE, when making up their list.
It will stand any climate.
'll k T 0T I C A r . The undersigned having
II opened an English and Classical School for Boys in
the Lecture Room of what was formerly called the
"United Brethren Church," Os Front, betwoun 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
Fur information with regard to terms, &c.,.apply to
Rev. Mr. ROBINSON and Rev. Dir. CATTEILL, or personally
to (oe.26odtf] ' • JAMES B. KING.
(1 00 P E R'S GELATINE.—The best
rJ article in the market, jnat received and for sale bi
inirtt-tf .Whit..Dol3l( Js
YELLER'S DRUG STORE is tae pine
11. to bni Dom:* wudnu,
AN apern-nt end Stomachic preparation of IRON purl
fi.d of Oxygen. and U:.rbou by combustion in ll3dTogen
kLi.ttioned by the highnst Me li el Autholitiee, Ind) in
Europe az.l the United States, and prescribed in their
The experience of thousands daily proves that no pre
paration of Iron can be comp: refl wi h it. Impurities of
the blood, il , pr.ssion of vital pnerey, pale anti where lye
sickly complexions. iLdic,to its necessity in almost every
innOXIOUS iu 1111 maladies in which it has been tl l efl, it
bee prove.' maul/Defy curetive in &lob of the follwains
IN Deemrry. NFRVOUS A PFROTIONS, l uAcIATIOR. DYB
- A, CONSTIPATION. Di RKniRA. I - YSICNTIgNY, INCIPIKNT
CONSIIMPT+IIN. SCR, FULUUS TUBKHOULO,IS. T 14u Kitffi.
MISMENSTNUATII IN . N RITKt3,CRLUFOyIN.I.IVRKt:oMP..n iNTr-
CRRON;C II NA DAMP. 8., .11 , 0L1111AT.511. IN I BRMITTtNT rnVElitt.
PIMPLES Oil TIM PACS, & C.
in cases of Graixsat. DR4ILITY, wir , ther the result of
acute di,e , se . or of the coetiened die.inutioe of nervous
and mnscuh r eu rgy E on. chronic co- p aiuls coll trial
this restorative has proved successful to an extent which
no degcrip ion or writb.o att.-station w. 431 • renderer. iib e
Inv lids so 101 g th4l ridden as to nave come forkott- nin
their a. , n might o bonds. nave inuntsnly re oupne.n-d in tiin .
busy world as i just r- turned from protra ted travel in a
admit land. Some very signal inst es of this kind are
attested of fennel. Sufferers, emaciated victims of •pparaot
Enamaroun, sapguineous extoustiou. critical changos. and
that coin; lin so nervous And dyspeptic aversion to air
and exerei4 , for which the pity snit' to has no mane
In NaavnirS 4.veigovioas ot all kinds. and tor reasons
familiar to medical men, the operaton ef this pr eparatiou
of iron must necessarily be :tannin', tor. unlike the old
oxides, it is vicorousty tonic, without being exciting and
overheimmg i and gently, regular ty apelient, re. u in the
most ob,tin.de eases of costiveness without ever being a
gastric purgative, or ltltlivtinx a litagreeable ..ematmn.
It is this h.tter property. among others, which makes it
so remarkably effectual and permanents remedy Inc Niles.
upon which it also appears to exert a distinct and specific
action. by dispersing the local tendency which forms them
In DYSPEPSIA, innumentb eas are its ca USeli, a single hox
of these Chaiyheate Pills has rifler' auffirei for the most
habitat) cases, including the attendant i'oativotess.
In unch-eked Iheitanats, even when advanced to DYSBR
'MY, confirmed, emaciating, an.l apparently malignant
the effects have been equally ih-cmive and astonishing.
In the local pains, loss of dealt AM strength, debilitating
cough, and remittent hectic, which generally indicate IN
inrintlT cOppoMeehm, this remedy has allayed the alarm
Of friends and physicians, in several - Ivry gratifying and
In FoooreLnun TrasaMmosis, this medicated iron has
had far more than the good effect of the most cautiously
balanced preparationsra iodine, without any of their well
The attention of female', cannot be fon confldebtly 'writ ad
to this rtmedy and restorative, in the cases peculiarly af
In Rlii.totsmism both chronic and Inflammatory—in the
lot er, however, more dee dedly—ii has been invariahl3 well
reported, bo'h as alleviating pain and reducing the mal
igns and stiffness of the picas and muscles.
In INTNIUSITTIOT FSVatts it ir: - ,st neves/sally to rt greet
remedy and energetic restorative, and its progress in the
new settlements of the West, will probably be one of high
renown and usididness.
No remedy has ever been discovered in the whole Watery
of medicine, whit li exerts such prompt, happy, and fully
rretoretivp Pffi.gfe. Good apps ite. complete digestion,
rapid acquisition of strength, with an mammal disposal.°
for active and cheerful exerrisr, immediately follow its use.
Pot up in neat flat metal boxes ,ontrouing 50 pills, price
50 cents per box; sale by druggists and dealeis. Will
be sent free to any address on re -riot of the price. All
letters, orders, etc., shoal. , be address.d to
It. B. LOCKE & CO., 11.4eseral Agents.
my23-d&wly 20 Cedar Street, New York.
tActte tte W Vii
(a(001 t t k •
t t ax. • -
TON IC, D E.TIC,
(i lA' W .
APOTIIECARIESr DRUGGISTS, OrIOCRItS AND
WOLFE'S PURR COGNAC BRANDY.
WOLFE'S PURE MADEIRA, SHERRY AND PORT
WOLFE'S PURE JAMAICA AND ST. CROIX RCM
WOLFE'S PUFF, St.:ol CB AND IRISH 'WHISKY.
In' BOTTL SS
I beg leave to call the attention of the citizens of the
Matted States to the above 1 , 1: fags and LIWOHS. im
ported by IinoLPHO Wm-M.4 . New York, whose name
is familiar in every part of this country for the purit,
of his celebrated SCHIEDAM SCHAPPS. Mr. WOLFS. in
his letter to me, speaking of the purity of his WIN..
RHO LIQUORS. says: I will stake my reputation as a
man, my atiniding us a merchant of thirty years' resi
dence in the City of New York, that all the (BRANDY and
Wings which I bottle are pure as imported, and of the .
best quality. and can he relied upon by every purchaser "
Every bottle has the proprietor's came on the wax, and
a :as simile or his siguature on the certificate. The
public are respectfully invited to nail and examine - for
themselves. For sale at RETAIL by all Apothecaries and
Grocers in Philadelphia,
GEORGE H. ASHTON, -
No. 832 Market street, Philadelphia,
Sale Agent for Philadelphia
Read the following from the New York Courier
ENORMOUS BUSINESS FOR ONE NEW YORK MERCHANT
We are happy L.. inform our fellow-citizens that there is
one place in our city where the physician, apothecary.
and country merchant, can go and purchase 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 UDOLPHO Wours's
extensive warehouse, Nos. 18, 20 and 22, Beaver street,
and Nos 17, 19 and 21, blarketfield street His stuck of
Schnapps on hand ready for shipment could not have
been less than thirty thousand cases; the Brandy, some
ten thousand cases—Vintages of MS to 1856; 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, &c.,
in casks, under Custom-House key, ready for bottling'
Mr. Wntrs , s sales of Schnapps last year aniounted to
one hundred and eighty thousand dozen, and we hope in
less than two years ne may be equally succeed wath
his Brandies and Wines.
His business merits the patronage of every lover of
his species. Private families whu wish pure Wines and
Liquors for medic.l use should send their orders direct
to Mr Woutz, until every Apothecary in the laud make
up their minds to discard the poisonous stuff from their
shelves, and replace it with WOLFS'S pure Wilma and
We understand Mr. WoLes, for the accommodation of
small dealers in the country, puts 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
tatienti, rtli4OWS ARV t 0 human health and happiness.
For sale by U. K. ItAM/hilt, Druggist, rOlr eg ot for
, A N II 0 0 D ,
HOW LOST, HOW RESTORED.
jviit Pahbawl, hr. a .qcoleci ravt:/are.,
LEOTURE ON TILE N TIM 14:, 1411f4THENT AND
RADICAL OU'tE OF SYkatilsTlißßElokA. or Seminal
Weakness, Sexual Debility, Nervousness awl Involuntary
/amiss one, producing, Impotency, Consumption and Mental
HY ROB, J OULVERWELIb. M. D.
The important fact that the awful consequences of self
abuse may he effectual ly removed with , ut titernal medicines
Or the d •ngerous applications of catpitics. inst. 'm e m.,
medic [tied Ponies, and 'Mar empirical di views is here
clearly demonst-ated, and the entirel new and highly
Hud•• f*lrul treatment. as adopted by the celebrated
fuliy exphdned, by means of every nee is enabled to
curt-- himself perfectly, aid at the least ticesiiiir oust, there
by avoittin all the advertis d nostiume at the day The
Lecture will prove a boon to thous...oda and tlimma uds
rent under seal to any address, post load, on she receipt
of two onstage stamps, by addressing Dr. CHAS J. C.
SONS:, 480 First Avenue, New York, Post Box 4,586.
for Bate at 1;E1.L.811 3 5 Drug More,
n 027 91 Market Rivet
AVANA (11tANUKS I
11 A prime lot just received by
oc3o. W.M. DOCK, :ft., Br. Co
IREED pAR,ED PEACH KS, Brie
,1 IINPARED PEACHES, Dried APPLES, Dri
BLACKBERRIES, just received by
oda. WM. DOCK, Ja., & CO,
'l'o1 -BOOKS of an endless variety, ter
the awnremenr and instruction of our little one!, a
801INFFER' 8 Bookitore.
RMOKE ! SMOKE ! BM( IKE,!
IJ not objectionable when from a CIGAR purchased at
RELLIR'S DRUGSTORE. 91 &locket street. sepl9
TT Yllit RA I 1.11 WHor.E, El Ath and !
QuAstit /hiss% jut mairsi by
Yon. • - ! • • •w. DOCK, &
The attention of Invelirle, Pbyairlans, Cis rgyw ,
aeietat tic men, and the public generally, is ren,pe c ti„4
•lieited to he uteri t,. of thin r Tarstan i ,
baton"; MON. 1.131.V11 UR, AND lilt)
Which In WlllllOll In Uri couttamilion wil h t,ht,rulituy:ennea4r
Globule, or far[ 610m1 . I II
all diseases acetoupatnient
pale countenance and nervous derangement
the blood show a deficiency of the red globules buddy
complexion and a rosy tint of the akin, in always
five of health ; while a pale, wax-like AUL act txe o ,,
which evinces x deficiency of the red
axiximpatib-s tk.11.1. - etliCa organiaw. Prep:Ll Id 11111:, e.t IRON
ItKVe Ii ell given for the purpose of supplying the red
buten, but we cui tend that 1 !MIN alime, 6U I.l'll C II 'Duo;
or l'110:-1'HOItt/US will not meet the deficiency
in every ease, but that a judicious cautl,iuxHon „1
these elements is necessary to restore the (loud t in p„,
normal standard, This point, never before attained, lint
burn reached in the 131.0010 11 1 01/1). HIM its ,lINCOITF7
Milkti as foie of the must acieutitin and important of tha
age. Its effects in
are to softer - the coos h. brace the nerves. strengthen the
ay.,teni. rills, the pros: h the
physical and Inet•t” I energy, enrich the LI nd by restoring .
the lacking red globolex t increatsze the appetite. rrdtitte
thr coiur, and clothe the skeleton ..... w ith 1, e 4,
131.001) NOOO will he found a Klee-ilk in all (AMON le
DISLASLS of the TUbOAT or LUNGS. such A • thrift,
Bronchitis, Coughs,. &c. Public speakers awl Angell
will find it of great utility in clearing and strengthenin g
the vocal organs. In Dyspepsia. Liver 'asap/gists
Dropsy, Paralysis, •.crry`lita
tux' Dance. rarer and rig—s. ecc.. its al vienvy mir m q
and instantaneous. In no class of diseases, however, are
the beneficial effects of this remedy 8u couspicuous as IA
. . . .
to which the gentler sex aro limb c, and which tend te.
wards Consumption, such an su penned or dillicAdt
Atruation. .•rees Sickness, IVhites, &c., espechdh sch wa
hese complaints are accomp nied with paleness, k liugy
hue or pallor of the skin, 'depression of spirits. debility,
palpitation. want of appetite, mid nervous Foostration.
We have the utmost confidence in recommending tho
BLOOD FOOD to all who may be conscious of a 1161110 t
vitality or energy; and to tho.e wh se mental ur terdilg
powers are prostrated through orer if 00, oitten of the
mind or body, and we deem it our duty to nay that in ell
cases of Weakness and Emaciation, and in II diceseer
of the Kidneys or Bladder, thin preparation has a clubs
upon the attention of sufferers which cannot he over
estimated. A faithful trial mill be found the omit con
%quail% proof in regard to its efficacy that could be askd
for. With the above renrahs, and with the uumurcui
testimonials we have in its favor, we Mier the "BLOOD
FOOD" to the consideration of the afflicted, knowing
that i t will he .cknowledged as pre-eminent over all other
preparations, patent or officinal, In point of usefulness,
Circulars giving the Theory upon which thin remedy ii
founded, aleo yerttileatca of remarkable cures, will la
sent free when desired. We forward the iILOOD MOD
to any part of the United States or Canadas upon receipt
of price—sl per bottle, $ $ for six bottles. Be careful is
all cases to take none but that having our fac-sindle sig
nature upon the wrapper. none other is genuine.
Prepared only by OHUItf b & bUNNT,
No. di 9 B. pedant , , Neu York,
And sold by them, and by a I ...sr ec at le Druggists.
For sale r y LI A, BANNVABT, C. E. HILLER and D.
W . GROSS & CO., Harri-burg. teidi-eowd&aly
U J. 1? THY, BLOODI
VEGETABLE LIFE PILLS
The high and envied celebrity whteh these pre-emi
neat Medicines Have acquired fur their Dimas/his ell
cacy in all the Diseases which they profess to cure, hat
render d the usual practice of puffing not only ELMO*
my, but unworthy of them.
IN ALL OASES •
Of Asthma, Acute and Chronic Rheumatism, Affectlom
of the Bladdert asd Kidneys.
BILIOUS FEVERS AND LIVER .COMPLAINTS,
In the South and West, where these diseases prevail,
they will he found invaluable. Planters, farmers and
others, whu once use these Medicines, will never after
wards be without them.
BILIOUS CUOMO. SEROUS LOOSEN 1185,P1LE8,001
TI YEN ES& COLDS nthLGUI OHS, eIIOLIO r
CORRUPT leUbloßS. PROPS' ES.
DYSPEPSIA.—No person with this distressing disease,
shnoW delay using these Medicines immediately.
Eruption...of the Si , in, Erysipelas, Platub.,,gy,
Paves Ala, Amts.—For this scourge:of the Western
country these Mediuiiiv will be found it gale, Spee4.4 MEI
certain remedy. Other intAdielues leave the.system sub.
pet to a return of the disease; . a cure by these mall.
nines is permanent.
Try them. Be Hat , afied. and be cured.
FOULNESS OF CoMPLEXWN—
GINA ERAL DEBILITY. GOUT, GIDDINESS,
Headaches of every hind, Inward Fever, Intisinviatm
Rheum. thein, Impure Blood J aubdice, LoSs of Appetite,
MERCURIAL DISEAbES.—Never huh: einitirste en.
irely all the effects or Mercury, iiitioitely simmer than
the most powerful preparstion of Sarsaparilla.
NIGHT SW EATS. N ERVOUS DEBILITY. NERVOUS
COmPt.moTb Or A I.L RlNotl, Ohtletitta
PILES —The origins) proprietor of theme Medicine
was bored of Piles. of thirty-five years , standing, 14 the
the use of these Life Medicines sham.
PAINS in the Head, Side. Back, Limbs, Joints and
RHEUMATISM.— Those affected with this terrible die
end?, Will he Furs of relief q the Lite Medicines.
Rush of Blood to the litoul, Scurvy, Salt Mims
bott..FOLA, or Kneo't EVIL. in its worst forms. Ulcer
of every description.
WunOIS of all kinds are effectually expelled by thus
Medicines. Parents will do well to administer them
whenever their existence is suspected. Relief will be
THE LIFE PILLS AND PEDENIX BITTERS
PURIFY THE BLOOD,
And thus remove all disease from the system,
PREPARED AND SOLD BY
DR. WILLIAM B. MI OFFAT,
835 Broadway, corner of Anthony street, New York,
117' For sale by all Druggists. jyl7-d&cly
ALL WORK PROMISED IN
101 C 114-10
j. CP 4•
STEAM DYEING ESTABLISHMENT,
104 MARKET STREE.T,.
BETWEEN FOURTH AND FIFTH,
Where every description of Ladies , and Gentieres'i
Garments, Piece Goods, &c., are Dyed, Cleansed, Hod
finished in the best manner and a' she shortPht notice.
no 6 d&wly' room & Cis.. Proprietors.
FOUN DUD 1852
ORNER OF BALTIMORE AND CHARLES BTRErre,
The Largest, Most Elegantly Furnished, and Popiiii
Jommercial College in the United States DrAigm'
Papressly ten Young Men desiring to obtain a Tliem"v,g
hitirrloALliuSlNnSa HDIIOATIMA in theabortestpoas. -
time and at the least expense.
A Large and Beantirully Ornamented Circular, go'
tabling upwards of SIX SQUARE FEET, with Srscova l
OF PENMANSHIP. and a Large Engraving( the finest of t"
kind ever made in this country) representing thP intend
View of the College, with Catologue Opting terms.
will ho Aga to Every Young Man OE applieatien, FRTg
op Can ROB.
Write immediately and yon will receive the peckl i g f
ty return mail. Address,
jan2s-1113 , 3 E. K. LOSTER, BALTIMORE, ME,
INR FOUNTAIN ! INN FOUNTAIN!
A very ingenious attachment to any metallic
which one dip of ink le sufficient to write a foolical
page. For sale at SCHEFFER,B BOOKSTORE,
an 9 tio. la Market At
1.41 - 1 U MIN OUTS , A DT( IP COAL
JJ for Blacksmiths' tote. A superior article for Pia
at $3 00 per ton or 12% cents per bec.het.
All Coal delivered by Patent Weigh Ctrts,
,o• 7 i
RIED APPLES AND DRIB
jJ PEACHES for sale by
oetl9 WM. DOCK, Mi., & CO
K E LLER'S DRUG STORE is the plase
to hnv n. Thrinsuand Plowora
wpm CONDIMENTS ! . !-E X TR A
FRENCH MUSTARD, a choice variety of SATO
QM. SAUCES and MRTOMU PS of every description .
mylo WM. DOOR. Js. CCI.
ELISIt's DRUOI- STORE is the
161 to %A anythirt Is tL Wog of Pasramery.
CII ART SUED 18g