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,APRIL 2, 056:
ItOe Cargest anti tijcape!-)t}i,oper
IN 0 - 1:1 BERL COtrN TT
fER Dora,Aits.Al7EArt, orcONt
LIR iNiSYIFTY CENTS. IF PAID IN ADVANCIg;.•
$1 75 IF .PAID-WITIIIN THE • •
ENIO.*LEITATE. - TICKET..
THOMAS E. COCHRAN, of , Vork Co
DARWIN PHELPS; of ArFostrong'Cin
SURVEYOR GENERAL, . -
BARTHOLOMEW LAPORTE, Brad for 4
THE UNION CANDIHATES.
We-place-it-the-head-of- our columns
this week the names of the candidates
~foState officers nominated at the Unier
State Convention, whichtnet last week
in Harrisburg. ~The pitecedings of the
Convention will also be found on our
first page, and we feel confident will:
prove satisfactory to every opponeat of
the Pierce Administration. The Con- .
relation comprised delegates from every.
` district of the State, most of them men
of the hi ghest-distinetion and
and fully representing the three . great
branthei a' the opposition t to locofoco
ism. The proceedings werf entirely har
nious, and-political opponents, who mix
iously looked for, discord- and diVisiQn,
are consequently sorely disappointed:
spirit union and harmony which
is tp,be regarded as the preewsor,of tri
uniph at the ballot box-. • '
The ticket nominated by the Convent
tion is'worthy-the-united-,-support of the.
Whigs, -Americana and Republicans of
• the State. 'Bach of-these divisions has a
carididate representing its Own particular'
organisation and , yet harmonizing with
the of the others. Mr. PHELPS.
(American) • the• candidate for Auditor
General, and Mr. LAPQATE (Republican)
the candidate, for Surveyor General, are
both prominent and efficient members of
• the House of Representatives. They
are both men of popularity and influence•
in the Northern and Western' parts - of
the Stata•and justly esteemed for unble
mished pers / onal character, integrity and
_are honest and capable
• and therefore entitled to thecordial sup-,
port of the . Whig, American and Rppub
lican voteraef the te, , ,••
• TiEroxas E. CocmLA , Esq., , Yort,
our candidate for earth Comenissioner;
we have known intimately from ounoy
hood, and with steadily increasing re
gard. Than him the, old line Whigs
could not have 'a nobler .representative.
He is not of that stamp of men * who are
shifted about by every wind Of doctrine.
Born and reared in the good. old Whig
faith he' cherishes its principles -and- ad
heres es faithfully to its 'standard now as
its glorious days of triumph and pow
' er. Though the,new American and Re
publican organizations have strong poiiits
which enlist his. sympathy and concur=
ranee, as we are sure is'the case with the
majority of Whigs, Mr. Cochran prefers
to be known as a '"'Whig, and ;we will
,vouch for him as being a Whig to the'
'eore,.,, To a ticket having such 'a-repre
sentative of their cherished -principles,
'the Whigs of Pennaylvitnia will esteem
it a duty to render. a cordial and,erithusi- -
• astir support.' ..• .
Whigs and Americans. of CUmberland
county the noroiOationa are befor''you
The battle has Begun. Let union—and•
harmony, coiliOue . ,to prevall'in outeoun
- - oils - anitoutzietory-1111-be '• certain and
complete. . •
the' Hon., Lemuel Todd, arrived in town .
yesterday, being his Ors!, visit home'sinee
the opening of the session,'
The new licens%hill, ap reportedly the
.of Conference, passed 'the
last, by the follbwhig vote :
- I",titie=ltreTtstif - Arideran - n,.,Augulttinei Beek_ .
'us,-Baldwin, parry, Beck, (Lyoomin.g,) 'Beak
(Yuri,).Beenlia'rd,'Boyd,.Boyer, Bruel Bu•
°lumen, Caldwell , Campbelli-Clover,
Dowdall, Fauselcl,- Foster, fry, -Fulton, Gay.•
lord,. Getz, 'He int* Hampton, :Harper; Heins,
Hi:hoorah, :Housekeeper, Hunsec :
ker, Innis,,lrtriri, Johns, , Johnson,- Laporte;
•, Lebo,- • Longtiker, Levott, Magee„ Manley ;
• Maugle, Miller, Montgomet,f, Morris;Muninia;.
Cirr c Patterson, Pearson, ..Phelps,. Ramsey,
Riddle, Robinson,..BalisburY;i 'Shenk; :Smith;
. (AlJeglieny,) Smith,. (Cambria,) - Bmith, (Wyo
ming,) Strouso, Wliallen. Wright, .(I)aiphirt4
-Wri'ght, (Luierne,)'Zimatermiin-- 64 : .
Nays—Messrs. liall, Brotvu, Cary, Coburn,
-Craig, Craiifoid, Edinger, Gihboneyofanoook,
:Hibbs; Billegns, Hunelcar, Imbno, Ingham '
Itur, Leisenring, Lott, Mlialmotirrltreatt. •,
.Mp - orhead, Purcell, Reed, Reinhold,.
Roberts, Smith, (Philad ;)Struide,Thonipson,
Walter, WintrodejeuEsley, Wright .Speaker
SUMMARY OF TIIK TOTE. - • •
Democrats. .Americans. -- Total
47" 17- • 64
.17 16 • .32
I Total voting,• G 4 ;:.- 32 ; .
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In the Senate the bill received 27
- -votes ; - Not. a--siiioe_vote was cast against.
. .... ..... ..„
it, but six Senators declined v.oting at all.'
-The bill will all probability receiye
the • dovernor's ,signature- and in;iy• there
'be regarded ase. law. WeT append
• the following synopsis_ of \ itS proviSiong
' and will publish. the • entire bill, in- our
next -: - -•:•?.. _
This bill is 'a. very stringent 'one,; and •re:7
quires that the' . applicant .for a license in
- cities and county towns moat have four rooms
' - nod eight:bode for-the use tif' trii'vellers: None
• but tavern-keepers can. sell less than:a gallon
•• of spirituous liquors. Not - more thou one-ho
' tel to.every ; one hundred taxebles may- -be, li-;
; censed in-the cities, nor more than one to.
. every-hundred and fifty taxables in kthe county,
•• to be apportioned aiming the wards of the cit
ies, and .boroughs and tawnships df the .coun
. ties, - as the convenience and.nedeisities of the'
public may -require:, ' All hotels, -inns. and
taverns ere to--lieelaseified-and rated • ace ,, rd-.
_ing.to_the_estimateillyearly, rentatof the li Mice_
---ation-is $8,000,. the rate
,shall be 4800; and
so"-on down, - in the same prOportion, to 425,
; except,. in PhiladelPhia; where the lowest - rate
:4)ol6W license is fixed •at - ,575;•171 - Chuiiii''
• tonna arid-boroughs of over two hundred taxa.
bles, $5O; in the country, $25. :-4 ,,,,, ;.• - 7. "
~(Me eating-house toevery-four---hotels T may-.;
be licensed in the city and-county, with the
privilege to fell 'domestic wines and malt li
quors only--I-the license - fee not4o,' be less than
's6o in Philadelphia and: Allegheny coduties;
and $2O in other parts 'ofthe State. Breiers.
and'distillers are to pay. dot-tide 'the - rates of
license now fixed by law, which shall in no
ease, be less than $50, - :and must - not e'en in
less quantities-than five gallons, except in the
case of-brewers who also bottle their •liquOrs,
who may sell by the dozen . bottlelt. Retail
ers of liquors, with or without merchandize,
are to pay double the rates now . required Of
them. but not less than _Witt any case, and
will not be allowed. to 'sell in less quantities
than Tone gallon. tottlers .of porter, ale, ci•
• der, and other brewed liquors, lied manufac
turers of ... domestic wine, rnay sell -in .quanti
. ties of not less than one - dozen bottles, without,
license. IMpOrters of 'wines andliquors may
Bell in the-original bale, cask or package, on
paying double the former rates...
• Public notice is to bagiven, three times, - in
tine newspapers, of the names• of the appli
. cants for licenses, and petitions must be
signed .by twelve.-.reputable - citizens. The
. Board of Licenses is appointed -by the Cotrt;
and consists of three reputable citizens, in no
manner interested in the liquor business.
Any -person found intoxicatett - hr - ;a .street,.
public house or public place, will be liable to
•'a fins of five dollar& ; and persons whe • sell
enough liquor , to 'make- any one drunk, are
also to be fined five dollars, inadditioa to all
-jthe penalties prescritietrby any existing law. i
The 'penalties for a: vielationcifthe act- are
a fine of net less than ten or ; More than one
hundred dollars,' for the first offence - ; and for
a second, or - Subsequent:conviction, the same
penalty and also imprisonment not less than
___one or,toorethen..three months;_.-forfeiture -of .
_license,. and incapacity_to receive _ another
license for .five, years thereafter. '
• The effect ofthis bill,.if 'the hopes of
. its,franers are realized, ,will be to"dithin
ill ltirgely 'the: number of 11 --- laces
the Stpte existing before the' pas
sage of thel .of .of last •session•=to • place
the imupers pf them under a more direct
accountability—tb require. them to pay
• . •.-. •.
an increased Buhl for - the — privilege given
to furnish increased )jecurity. that the
power conferred will not be as .grossly
abused as, heretofore, and generally to re--
. . --. •
strict the traffic to 'a narrower limit,.and
to alietteielasl of•men than have in PP
mass, enjoyed it. 'We hope thatlts. -op
eration may prove honeficial.
„Gov.. Pollock hes ippeinted Col.
A. K. McClure, Superintendent Of •Me
Erie and Northeast Railroad in place' of
Hon. Joseph Cesey, resigned. If the.
Cokinakestr'etrwient alrailroed SuPorin-
tendant as-he does Editor, the appoint
tnent,w 111 . certainly .frove adyintageous
- , - to -- the State, '
ClOste . g,OOO-,,
Pitßeim; , r,rA Movtm trr.—ne Zr
tionai` Executive Committee'
which nfCt in•*aSiiingtoUUity:last week,.
tier; to the peuple of the United States,
witlout_regarlt . past.ditrerences
visiOnx, -- _who are opposed to-the: repeal- of
the MiiiksuriCompromise and the :pulley
of the present Administration, and who
are hi favor.ofthe exchision of 'Slavery
from the territo‘ries„of,the admissicin of
Kansas tia.a res) State, and - restoring the,
notion of the federal government; to the
principles of andWAsuumr EFFLR.-
sort, to send from each Bta three dele
gates-from each of their respective Con-_
gressional districts, and six delegates at'
large, to meet in Philadelphia on the
eThrefttraire' t •s e e of
recommending candidates to be' suppli
ed -f6r. the:A:Sees .of. President,. and Vice
President of the United States:
MR. . TODD'S SPEEtII.-Our lady rea
ders may knot like the, substitution of a.
Congressional speech for the story which .
Usually occupiesour literary page, but
free and independent voters who want
information about the state of the .
try will read Mr. Todd's speech With in
terest,-as. a piece* close and logicalr ea
Weilnesdcry, Match 26.—The. Senate amen
ded and passed the Deficiency- Appropriation
Bill, and instructed: its Committeeen Post Of
ficus -toinquire into . the expediency of abol
ishing the franliing privilege of memhers of
Congress. '• The House of - Representatives
spent the day in considering the Senate bill
removing the restriction which: obligei3 the
Federal Courts to confine, prisoners within the
judicial district where they may be . convicfee
Au arnendmeht was offeraby 111 r. Humphrey
Marshal, and adopted; -providing_ that when
the use of..a prison'shall be refused by-any
State, - it stall . he the duty of the to
confine - .the - criminal in the near - est prison that
may he grauteti for that purpose.., .
- ..Thursday, .March 27:.--L.ln the Senate, Mr.
Harlem Spoke: in favor cif_the power .of_Cen
Cengress to 'exclude . slavery troth the' territo
ries: ' • • '
The House resumed the consideration of the
t ill defining the rights of voters, an'd the du- .
,ties of.Commissionera of Elections in the city
of Washington. '• The - queatio6 being, On the
amendment of Mr. Humphrey Marshall; re
quiring ot foreiguers, in addition to the gener
al qualifications, to have been naturalized
twelve months before they can vote at any
muuicipialelection,a long parliamentary strug
gle ensued between the friends and opponents
of the amendment, involving many motions
and yen and nay votes. At 6 o'clook.• Mr.
Cobb, of Ga., moved' that the Sergeant-at-
Arms summon the absentees and coutpel their
attendance. The- liOuse,, he said, was' left
without a 'quorum, owing to. the '.factious
movements of•the majority. Mr. Campbell; of
Ohio, indignantly hurled . back the charge.—
The House finally 9 wearied with the struggle,
• Friday; March Senate was not in
session.. In, the House the consideration of,
die hill defining the rights of voters. and, the
duties of the ..Commissioners of elections in
-Washington, was resumed, and after a strug
gle of two hours the bill was motet:flitted to.
the Committee on District of, Columbia. Mr.
Lane ofOregun, intrOdueed a bill making:an.
appropriation of 300,000 to seenre the„ eersi
`Ees of the friendly Indians, • which was refer-•
ed to the Committee on Ways and Means.. He
called• attention to the horrible sufferings and
nrurdiffS of the whites in that and Washington
the 30,009 Indian warriors
therein' No. effective steps -have been taken
by thentinduiritration thus far in restraining
theei savage atrocities, and unless prompt/ac
tion was had; •the white settlement Would be
,whipt out entirely. ' He earnestlyOppded to
the. House for an. appropriation of .S3 OO L OOO,
to secure tliii.serVices of the frientil i rindiaris;
who arone can in the summer_lime, penetrate
the, hiding places and fastnesses of the foe.
Monday, March, 81., —ln the Senate, while
making saint' dxpliinatory remarks, Mr. Clay-.
tot i Muted tliat-the'Aotal — ccit — of - the•••Wille '
Exploration -.Expedition, including the prin
ting uf thenarative, would be dbout a million
and .a quarter of dollars. The Senate thou re
sumed the coneideratton of,the resolution - in
regard_to summoning - the members.of the late
Naval Board to explain their notion, and" Mr.
Iverson, its author, made a speech in Vann .
denunciation of the Board. The -debate was
continued by Messrs Slidell, Butler, Clayton
and Crittenden, md the question ,still pend
ing, the Senate adjourned. • In the •Ificuse,
bill was passed authorizing the enlargement of .
the United States buildings at .Buffalo. The.
Military Committee was authorized to inquire
into the expediency of Occepting.the services ! ,
of - volunteers.tonet. aganiit the Indiameon the .
Pacific coast.. The General *-Appropriation
bill was made:the special oriler 'on and after
`the. 15th instant, except Mondays, Fridnys
and Saturdays. The Chairman of the Com
mittee on Ways Lind Means reported a subati
tate for the bill making an appropriation' for
the suppression of hostilities in Oregon - ,
appropriatiBoo,ooo to be ~used_nt _the
discretion 'of the .President, and 120,000 for
the riiehrise of gun powder.:After alongdebate,
debate, the House ,adjourried.Witimirt - taking
any, action on thO bill. •
gown anb (count) Matters.
Ishw 'Cdtqloit.- 7 The new Town
; , GouttetiLmeCon.alondereireghirlititt-- - iiitttel-nr
R. C. Wools;t7Aub, Piteident; ntid W.ll. Wet.
zeJ, Seeretary i_ The_ following appointmento
-Treaiwier:=Jtvpie London. . "r ,
.Tax Collector- :.Samuel Caldwell.
R(0 Con4table—'John Spahr.
llai•ket Illaatet—"Samuel Brown
Street Pommissioner—Worley B. %them.
-- Street Regulators = —Wi lliam Line, Jacob ffpan=
gler, Jaaob Beeterd.' ;
nights ago, the gas lamps itiGently placed up
on the 'corner of Main and
~ Bedford streets • ,
were wantonly broken and destroyed by some
evil disposed persori,or peril - one, 'Tilts is only
one instance of the many outrages that are
committed nightly by parties of desperadoes,
futuld_upon the streets at all. hours, .insulting
and attacking peaceable citizens, and y
destroying pcblic and privite property. • We
understand the Borough: aiithorities have of
fered a reward of $lOO . for the arrest of the
DICKINSON COLLEOK..:-The report of
ins,:Presidentof Dickinson College,
wasz'presenle'dat the annual meeting of the,
Pliilatelfiliiii - CiiiiibletaTrorthii7M: E. Church,
last week. The report gives the following in
formation'. The report of. :„Dickinson College
a(Ctirlisle-was presented. The 'whole num
ber of - students '
In College, • • "..
In 'Grammar School
The nuniirrior , the preview tear was one
less than the , number-for 1856....--The_expenses_
for the last year. were' $11,083,53 ; income,
$0,028,041"; , deficit, $2,055,04: 'This is the
first year under the.scholarship 'plan ; it was
foreseen that a deficiemust-ueoessarily occur
While collecting - .an funding funding the endowment.'
Loans have been 'effected to meet this' defibit,
and the Collego_deponds upon pledges. made
by this and the Baltimore and New - Jerepy
Conferences to'nniet its, present obligations:
The sales of acholaribips are stated. at
$100,125; 'collections, $67,27.8 ;:Scholarsbips
YC.c.SlPsiti_for.,_s.42,l34o,,_lt will be necessary
to spreSs'the - sales_ of new seh - O'fi r trshipi this
year, and . to make efficient efforts "to collect
_those yet unpaid. The 1113101414. yet, realized
from the endowmeneis not sufficient for the
support of the college, and the attention '''of
Conference is called to the expediency of seek
ing investment in the College funds. --The
Collegelear ia said to , have been a very - suo.
cessful oiie,lboth rip. seholastio and religious,
point of view.
BALTIMORE ANNUAL CONFERENCE.—
Tho follotiing appointments weoi'matie at the
Baltimore Annual - Conference of the Metho•
dist Episcopal Church for 'ifie CarlialeDistrict:
d. td. Reese, P. E.--Carliele, John Stine,
H. W.lioliman, "sup. ; Carlisle, Emory Chap
el,'Thounts Daugherty; Carlisle Circuit, C.
Graham, J. H. l'lcdarrali,,,S, W. Sears; . York
Springs, W:Gwirin, R. E., Wilson; Newport,
Heorge Stevenson; WAL Meth Miffiir, - Wm;
A. MelieL, one 'to be supplied ; Lewistown ;
William Wickes ; Lewistown Circuit, F. Gear
hart, W. A. Snivel)! ; Kishacoquilis, J. W.
Lungely; W. Witmyes; Concord, A. Smith, J.
Price; .Bleoinfield, G. H. Hay, Richard Nor
ris; Newville and N. Mountain S. W.
Price r one to; be i supplied ; Shippensburg;E..
B. Snyder; Wrightsville„ 1). S. Monroe;
Tork, - James Brads ; Ca - stle Finn;'l l . E. Wat
ere", W.- W I)#eltibt; Shrewsberry, J. S. Lee, • F.,
E. Crever ;Bangor Welsh Mission Henry Rob-
Charles Collins resident, Otis Tiffany,
Prufes Or of '.Dickinson College; Members of
Fano Chapel QUarterly Conference.
FIRST , OF AP4lL.—Otir town for the
last few days; and particularly yesterday, - has
been lively with thepresence of large numbers
of our country, friends. The first of April-is
the general." Pay day" for real estate Amnia
actions. A vast amount of° money Changes
hands about the first of Some have
interest to pay, some , principal, Those who
have sold fafms h ye tt s to make and par
ohasersolinve the terms f sale to comply - ,
with. The farmer who wi es to discharge a:
'mortgaite, conies to town, thinks down - the
money., and his creditdr, who hasit "entered
up," eancels the docket, a4d puts the money
in his pocket. The capitalist, , with.money to_
invest, bargains with ono who Vants to •bor
-40,w, aicortaius histieotitities,t:Szaniines . the
docket to ascertain prior liens, yawl if otitis ativanobsl the money. 'Everybody has;
business of much,P" anoment" - to
transact. The lawyers are buiy, -the scriven
ers are, busy, and Bnnk cashiers and clerks
'are terribly , hurried. In fluting:dal parlanob
money, is generally- " rather tight" afouE the
first of. April, but that dread Rubicon once
passed it becomes"easy" altnestimmedintely.
Besides the.money :matterss - a large class of
.persons have Stirring tinies . in'removing •ir
household goods tn'a ° . ncw.residence 'on the
O fr ret ef-Afril. Three naevingd are said to be
'equal to a fire"in tlie destruction of furniture,
butoevertheless many perionseeein to enjoy
We novelty of freqUent 4Autirgee of domioil.
TOBI3ED --We .leara.thut den ow-
man, of. this county, while on : rd visit to'New4
faining sl6;liken - from hie' roora," - while - fe;
mai!** over night it'the publierliiiise of Mr,`.."
Martin Gunkle, at. that . place. , Immediate et, -
forts:wore - Made to errest : the thief - or thieves,
ler We would invite, attention to the. •
~,. . ,
advirtisements of. Meserp. t3fsmxiiw .8c Sons,
C. 09ILDI, lirwly OArrww,and . others,' just 1 / 4
returned_ front 4 1 1:diadelphia and •NISW
,_York : .
with large stocks Of goods" intheir different ,
linen of busirieSs. ' . , , ' • •
CUMBERLAND VALLEY BANK.—No
tics is heisly_givenlhalitimm4sxr-ON T -Eqp -
ono of the proprietors of the Banking House
of Ker, Brenneman & Co. ; has this day, by
mutual consent, withdrau if his interest in said -
We h ‘ ave, as-will baleen by.our advertise
meat, associated with.us this day,Capt. - Jona •
Duxikr, of West•Peensboro tp - :, in place of
Henry. Sartori, Esq. • • - • •
• •• .KER, BRENNEMAN'S; Co.
- Carlisle ; March 18, 1856. '
_ haring` this day_ by mutual
drawn from the Banking House pf Ileri-Brenne; —
man & Co., with tv'viewo . f giving my whole
attention to•the busines s I am now engaged
in, I take great -Pleasure. (from a long and
friendly intercourse with the members of said
firm). in recommending them to the confidence
and patronage of the community. -
(Signed) ' HENRY SAXTON.
Carlisle, March 18; 1866.
/iiiirciii - Viiitrifeintn - d7Fittsrasteldshing
Remedies for Scrofula.—lNfr. Henry JUdd, of
Detroit, Michigan, was in a niost alarming
state of hialth, he had been a great sufferer.
non scrofula for a number of years, and final-
ly all parts of his body broke out into Bores, ,
rendiring him an object of horror to, every :•
one, ho tried some of the most reputed reme
dies knotin, lkthey , tlid not touch his -com
plaint, and in: the greatest alarm he consulted
a friend' is to vrlart colt.ze he ought to adopt,
when Holloway's Ointment and Pills were _re-
commended, which he commenced using, and
by_persevering:vrith these remedfresoLshort_
little, hi was parfait - yr - Cilia', ifter every °thee..
remedy. had failed:. •
NEw-AqT or - A SSEIIIIIIX.- , - following
act hapassids.both branches.of the Legislature
and received the signature of the Governor
An Act in relation to the Appointment of Col
lectors of State and.Counly Taxes.—Section 1. Be
it. Enacted .fe., ..That the county commission..
ars .of several- counties in this common
wealth shell have ;the power to appoint collec
tors of state and county taxes, '
confined in their selection to the persons whose
narosslmay be returned by the assessors;
anything in , the not passed' fifteenth April,.
eighteen hundred and thirty-four, entitle .. .d i ,
0-Au Act relating to county rates and levies,
nud township rates and levies," to the con
trary notwithstanding. • `
NEW YORK HAainfu...--The lrbor presented
a beautiful spectacle, this afternoon.
steamship. Hermann, for Southampton and
I temen - ; - the - propeller - Edinburgh, - for - Liver.:
pOol ; the, Barcelone, for Havre ; the Roanoke,
itir Richmond ;. and thi A,
nah, all •took their departul
of each 'other. Their part
a heavy cannonade, iwhich
the,punard steamer Persia,
DALLEY 4 9 GENUINE .'PAIN E r vrtt.AcTon.
u the pain and ludamatiou from severest burns
or scalds, from one to twenty minutes--and that ft
wilt the wounds without a sear; and effectually_
itheumathun—Sore and Indented Eyes—Cuts-3-Wounds
. --13ruises—Old and inveterate bores—Scald Head—
Co‘rns . and flunions—Erysipolas—Sprains—:: wellinor-
Volona—Chilblaina—Bites of Insects—Swelled and Bro
ken Breast—Sore- Nipples—Eruptions—and - all - other
inflammatory and cutaneous
.diseases, where the parts
Don't be Incredulous about the many diseases named
to be cOred- Verily one thiug-,but reflect that the few,
positive properties which the Dailey Salvo alone
contains, and as heretofore enumerated—one to four—
I 'cat r4 3 711' dot why the aforwmentioned diseases,'but
1., Qu not regular bredphysielansprescribecalo;
mel arilly sor scores of different diseases!'
.._ Each box of f.limunin Diav'S PAIN' Exthavrbit lies up
-on- it a Stool Plate Engraved Label-with -the signatures
-0.--Y-.-01.ICKENER-&-00wppiprietOra. and hfENRY
DALLEY, manufacturer. - Au others are counterfeit.
AU orders should be addressed to C.Y. Clickener & .
&&., Sit Barclay street; Now York. -
us,.Fort sale -by all Druggists throughout the thilted
Dr. ISAAC TnomrsoN's much celebrated EYE :
WATER. "Its. merits standsmnrivalled." Thlis 01d,_,.,
tried and invaluable remedy for all diseasee of the eyes,
'after haviog stood the test of over-4 4 111y Years, and tho
dematid.for it is still increasing,' is now, and•has been
for the past two years, offered for sale to an entire .new
-dross. Each ',bottle - will have a • Steel Plate Engraved
Envelope. With a portrait of the invoutor,„Dr. Isaac •
Thompson, New London Conn.,, and a the`Simile of his
signature, together wiah a fac simile of the Signature of
the pres Nit proprietor, John L. Thompson; No 161 and
163.1ilyer blreet, Troy, Now York, and none other mu
no propriothr has been corn died to make this in the style of the wrappe owing to the large
quantity of counterfeit which for t e past few yea,* hes •
been palmed upon the community, and especially at the .
Pnrcluisers are, particularly requested to buy 'nose
but the alsive describekand as the red !able heretofore •
'used has been called Tin, any lonia th,that' form the,
proprietor-does not to:pronounce counterfeit.
sale by all the resi)ectabladrtiggists inthetnitei
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:EVERY Discnirriox OF Tanausaa Tikartik
.NEW kSONICi TIIKPLK, _ -
OCIESTIVOT SUM, ABOVIi WM&
IW' DOOR it CiTylITS. , —A' new
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4 nd•superlor artlele for hanginktinrn Dion. Just
•peived and for Weil' • • 11. 81.8.XTON'S,
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