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%eft atib of the: glowilig4rods
gee' " apalysis and
descri iirtbit` Month% ' airrt 'on be
ObtstioellirwureaAer t ,wort..ht end uninterest
jog v, Mumonth
atkr l .6ett atltgetiPnai Out) P,one,Olfergrak:
- easteTt iricrulany Weis:"
rnlSut , ' ihelitirtesis areinoi,tlV
AchriAfitilare' - wri - e
SuttmeNverdure ? :the'wOods in'the first
etag,es of liitY decojVtlialbliiii gone or
g l / 4 abiglit Ward genial-climates; thegirdett
rusty Red 101 l :of:seedy:or. 'frog-stricken
lioltalit3X43 7 , of4hil,qP7-
toroutf gitnielAtinmer and thp---ariproatth
, of ehill,Drinfer,:,,
liOW'oppeeite ttithis is the truth i Now
farmer's heart Overflows with the con
seiortiiteiii)of les' wealth; I The."-rent-rall
of tittv largest itirid•owner,--the stocks and
botids:of tbe , riehest broker, the ships and
warebortseautthe most pritieely merphaot,
can never give their owners such an over,
flowing and ,eurttepted.feelinl , of
ihiti air -- the troside - d - -liarns and
geanariei, and , wellfitJcked linters and
tolds give, the farmer. He has labored
Ard 'through,tlie,_Strip o'er's, heat, has cast
ninny and aniioos glances at the clouds
arid ' , Acds; Ifair iistoper!ivith strained ear
_creaking of ponderous 72,7008
leadia With bay,: .at his caperieneed eye
reads the tlireats ha the gatheting eleuds.
Ifut.ustarvider mini roof are gathsred
thatitenginhtfcCitud,,coudensed rays of
the sue and breaths.of Summer zephyrs;
the eartit'ta fat ovum and its,,,ieerewle have
eoutriliati4 Wake ; bim :rich. As' he
atonal fitier with the last rays
of t, he snn jukt gilding the pen tented faces
of the itattbitiojoyinig their erening meal,
evitiewinttthcit end, and hears. the rhyt 11 7
mica beams of the
,npilk on -the empty
trails or,t,iitalotiffled -sound as the rapid
streantli reit iu team, harnionizing with!
the rptiet Dooings of pigeons or the oeca
-004 &cry ;remonstrance: of , some hen
Ohltdteir Orevded'elt the vre3-filled.reost;
his, heart caotot fail to overflow with grat
411444filtalitegiriug. for Gud's getxl
rtess atid_ustere's bounties. The nndeni
able iigtos:Of Wealth on' all sides give him
rittiiii:pesitive satisfaction than any less
f".gatc OlxiPer4.9 can shaken in it: owner:
The Miser to' enjoy his hoard must lock
Ma door and chink the gold pieces togeth
er, else - half his pleasure is wanting. Bare
ownership never rewards men ; the reward
is in tletthig:the'posses,siett, and showing
it to otireri.
~:The• well-filled crib, the
high•Aled - hayi-staitk' or bay, the low of
pleereattle; the peaperni yeat of sheep.
all reiterate in tones unnitstakable to us
4416 euriteighberi; oni prosperity and
tilriklitd : bear, ,onstaut witness to our
Bnriluicf work : s.• . - -
GlialeA'farra4 . at such a time if you
siish Litt; " to acmtribite to any Worth,
eanse t antyett wilt scarcely be refused.
Adid it.*; Oat the firmer onlithatOcto
ber cheers and delights, To the eyes of
sit- tie love:nature,. it offersi nut decay
tint "-Zeath,, hilt a rich dillay of -her
elicieel3t *tales. every tree is new
depkedinks moat glowing attire; it seems
swthough.all the sun's warmth and the
earth's' 'rich fatness had been eelletited
and 4%0t/4:Only to be returned infipite
lytittereasedand iiuproved. The air feels
its duties enlarged,' ankis changed -into
blue and purple mists, that envelope all
the iithUtgllitills:the valleys.' Nuthing
isrmiltrjras. z',Che . :, hedge-rows that, oh
unieLtolighsveibeen the home of the
e- third and„the, ihrttit, - and whose floral
beautigt,have, bidden their heads in the
thick verdureand shadow front the too
ardent caresses Of' t he' sun, are now radi,
aikwith the yellowgolden-rod and the
perple..aster.; in the brown meadows these
flowers are almost
. to 'shame by the
_Of the - gentian. Bistig front
the - eitia . dew/ . through these flower mists
aster* and golden-beds, gaining intermit
ty - Of color as it reaches - the birches, ma.
piebi-c,*tnuts And oaks,,Weeded togeth
er and,yet - made more brlliant by the pun.
ple-atmosphere, the spirit of beauty in 01.
o graWsLmOre and'morel wonderful and
Mitgnifieent, till the splendors of the earth
mat 4hose of the sunset.
: It seems as if
sZeintsciolisneSS Of.the long eleeP of Win,
tee,' now near at hand, had roused the
material ,world. to show ,its gratitude to
its, rd'ailta Ilaiter for his 'cocistmat care
and kindite.ss—fOr the gentle rains and
windstatNring 7 4pr the hot, and stimu
lating-suns of Shminer-:-for the' lantrute ,
'Autumn--into one re:;
stibid;tiehldlehijih; in . Whose •ictig the
vorpii:of.ttiti 'smallest flower is' not loSt,
thoileilliinded With the mighty tones of
Ilia Gait , who Min walk
t sled fieids r(ow,','"careleilA or mil
io the, beaiity around him. '
-,..Theitarreat of the farmer is nearly over,
it fire the apples
gloW,monong the withered lia6a "
be baselittleitottre to - look for: But maw
is Assn'', high', '.no of the honest' of
beitiitt_Viieh beginning for the true loy
ett:itrattert-iwthe-violet-and 1113 y-flower
of thwßfreiod.:liiitkboan imitstantlY swell
iiti tg•b'totikapdtirer, in the deep ,iraj
14:AfillfrilliAkhili:ilifieN. all Summer hhig,
VoisOfic fult7"tirlied field 1 . 3 spread
otipAgcgr~rg3gi44tt o.; the eartlea aurfnee,
and noir efaits.tbo the sink le of .the reap.
ere; wii - tifay-tut And store away in their
11 0, 111 6. 1 idie edifti:aiskwhielishall feed their
taindi Y4ra in'coino; and ell:kw
iorkand-awelling-in that, shall make them
it to participate in slPthe-bountleirtinit
Virouglinature; - •
Iteiraiikgosucesrofile.iiiio o o4 7o-
• deirilrfp •`'t .
(W - tind - an:following niepintsceneer
the late SenattiiiAct:rick s ii the 'N
TRilieme.eft ihe 12th inst.. 3114troderl,
in rime, near RanTran
eisco, Cal., on the- inorning of the 13th
uit , by Sedge Terry..: The death' of air,
orobria - $Ol5, by t the
friends of Dr.
• Gwin, the - administration .
leader'in ihat ;01 his funeral - cor
tege we, the largest ever witnessed there,
evidencing the general popularity of the
man: 'We comurend the foljoirio. ,
attention of th,oo or s .
f o _yang reader
who are liirt f ir in drinking
and flekauplipry. Ix, is an exeellent
sou for therr'atody Jouu..]
itEItnISCENCE,S.OF ., BitODV4ICK7 . - ,
4r..liroderiek vras the son of a sone 7 entter,.
who pr,;Cticed his calling hi the City br Wash.'
inter!, tehere.Senawr Itti/dbrick , was, born.
lie prid-rd - hitOeiftin thiabiith ;Si once said,
in the Senate, that henoald then look around
burn and see upon the walls the w,orks,.of his
father's cbis'l. On comin g - of ige thiiik
berere), he wentto New-York, anti." with
a machine for a time.. lie afterward kept a
snet of pc/ph r-house; but, even under the hi
lltience of 'these' association's; be. eschewed
drinking and debauchery. Man eiptosion'of
fulminating s.hells at a founders in hseiv-York,
some Se;:rs since, his only !Stutter, wha_ sat
astride one of the shells; and In clearing opt
the contents produced. the :explosion, was
biotin to afrans;" and thus perished the only
/- person cat earth knoWn to me, in whose yens
"flowed a drop of my blood" (Broderick to'd
nie tuis). In 1848-49 ilroderack removed to
California, and, in partnership with I.'retl.-D.
Kohler, went into tile py in g nese, When
Senator Nathaniel 13enaet Was chosen Justice
of the - Supreme Could by the Legislotere,BrOd
crick succeeded him as Senator from: San
Francisco, and eras rerelected, .serving in the
erssions of 1850'; 1851, 1852, and 185.1. Ile
was a bold and fearless leaslator, and resist
ed to'the list the infamous slave-law passed
by the Legislattffe of (I forget the year s ) ' His
morals were much higher than those of the
average of his legislative compatriots. lie
said i& one of his speeches .iu the late canvass
in Califoraia. that "no man had ever seen him
" drank, or at the gambling table, or in c.
"brothel'." - This was literally true. Itore
over, .he was no official &feather to tbe thiv
ernment (ride Gwin), mud he paid his debts
like aft' lamest wan. Mit the great value of
nis life consists in the exainple of seMretleuip
tion and self-culture v. !licit it rtlfords. 11e
'early appreciated his deficiencies, and under
took to remedy them. He became a hard stu
dent; be was in the habit of applying to kith
dons friends, stating his special"defuets, and
of asking their advice and assistance in laying
out a course of reading and study. Thus lie
I avoided the waste .. of time which results from
desultory pursuits, and his attainments were
solid and systematic: He was a young man
of meet premise.. His qualities were sterling
He never forgot a friend; he was placahle to
his enemies; he was true tohis word.
The duello in California is 30 irlStitl/ItiOn to
which public men must conform, or renounce
pulitkal Mubition.. It:is:even a profectionln
gentlettien- against the . leg reOlata violence
of sudden etteountetss awl Street fights. That
ttrottpripk was tar be killed,. if possible, has
been eviOitt: trim the ceintrienteinent:of the
lute canvass. Ile }vas often provokedrand.in
suited, hut : 1).03)10y nunciunceti'that he wee!d
not fight until the canvass was nver. C win
Announced his intention to fight Ilk, but qq
Atte thought he would kill Ilcoderivls himself.
It was done a la Johnston, and fgrgusqu,
one of his pigeons : u,
NEW LIST OF CALIFORNIA .NAMES.
—Classidal nonicticlatpre .10- Certainly
been largely drilin 'upon in:naming places
in this State. Take the following as
specinielts of tlalifornia lisp in 'such that-
ters , -; i! • " 4 - ' '
Nanies of )lining Localities : Potato°
Hill, Salt Pork Ridge, Mugawimp, Blue
Kapyon, Devil's Habit', Last Chance,-lied
Caps, liar, Bunktpurille,. IVlii4key Slide,
One Horse town. Greenhorn Creek, Ilutw
iaug Opleli, Sticker Flat, lied Dug Dig
gings, -Snail' Galuli. Shirt Tail Bend,
Digger Creek, Poppet Diggings, Wulf
Bar, Hell's Delight, Deadtve•ocl, - Ruekey
Flat, C l ass Winair Creek, • I'epper,
mint- Hill, it ru oy Crack, Stud Horse'
G itloh,' Rent 'Gut; Dog Town, - Mad Os
Kanyon, Yankee Jim's' Sailors, Diggings,
Calf ll:tr, Rattlesnake liar; Ilardscrabblo,
Stoney Gulch, Henpeck City, Hursolshoe
demi, Poverty liar, Coffee Creek, Jackass
Gulch, Secret Ravine, Angels' Camp,'
Lovers Hollow, l'et Luck City, 'Mosquito ]
Kanyon, Pitchfork, Pepper Doi, Lottse
illage, .Hang Town, Rum Dlossetn,Plain
Ground, Hogs, Glary, Rlonniv gun, Rag
] ged lireeches li,ar,. Grizzly tear Raving,
.14.3gg Nog Retlenicait, Maw. Male' Kanyon
Rat Trap Slide Love Letter Gawp, Pet
ticoat Slitie, One gye, Chacklehead Dig
gings, Seven 'by-Nieelralley, -Nuteake
Carup,Brefeet Diggings, Pappytown,
Poker Flat, lirandy Gulch, ,Palint Yet
'Hill; Rough and Ready; Rag Town,•Cen
tipede Hollow, flog's Diggings, &F., So.
NEW ITEWBEarI STQR.Ei
- 111 B. BUTTERWORTH 'having located
hirtinelf in this Borough, in the building
recently occupied by Di. Ellison, on Main St.,
opposite the courthousehas opened' a JEW
RIAT ESTABLISBUEBT, for the purpcoe ot .
• - • •••., wAT , •
;.; 1.. JEvrELBTC;U
. . ;
Having scime.years: experifnee in the.bmsl
!seas, I feel conEdent in giving the l'ottlic OWN
-44; SATISFACTION, The patronage. of
the solicitecL- ,Please give me a call.
Ali wgrk - tvarranted or no pay., -
,d getierMamortment ofATatelies; Clocks
rd 4ewelry onnitinal for sale.
COnderspork.lune 30, 1859 —4B, e .
A:dm istratrix' Notice.'
VIT usfitEAs letters of administration to. the
- It Estate of SAtives. Qt.*, late' at' ale iCatni
ship of Ettulet, in the county
hate heen granted to the. subscribiT, all per..
son: indebted to said estate are requested to
make ituniediate'paytneut ; and those hexing
claims against the saute will present them,
duly authenticated for settleinent; to
aAXANTEIA PftEattcl; 4 41 7 1 *
DEALERS; IN fISN. CHEESE:AD
[laic Oonstn.nUy on hand - , eri .ni4Vitinent ct
BILIBD .7 ND PICKLED FISM3i6.OIi Macy.
ere', sliad, Salmon. prrring,s, t`4s(ll`
fish_ Beef. Perk, Lard,SlTolders,"Bluns, Bides,
Cheese; &c:r -
.1 - ICOREOPATIIII; ! REMEDIE . ,':},
. 11OMEOPATILIE REMEDIES,
• -/10MOFATiiie , REMEDIES ,
- 4 1 .01%0PATIIIC'REMEDIES
iJo. 562 . - BROADWAY..
lio; 562 BROADWAY: ,
No. 562 • 11/I.DATAY A Y; , •
No: . 062 BRO.iOVi r AY.
WA. - 56 'BROADWAY.
" THE GBEAT FEATURE •
• ' OREAT VE4TURE
" THE GREAT IPEATITRE
" Tag GREAT" FEATOBE
TILE - GREAT • FEATURE
Of tliis 'series of
Donte.stic'Rcitiedies is lbw
each : particular medicine is a'SPFMI'FIC for the
particular disease or class of 4isgAprz whOie
name it hepre, awl may be relied upon for the
cure of particular affection. Renee ',per
sons suffering from a chronic disease or long
standifig silmepi, in buying a case nf Buiteit-
StEYS' SPECIFICS, obtain the particular one de
sired in their case, and thus themselves titalm
a-core which ctlierwise would cost them Many
LlollArs, and po small amount of time and Medi=
cal atlog4 l !-Iggl if, in4#ed it could' be obtaincl
Thas multitudes suffer from UYSPEDSJA.' nth'
IGUSDONDITION, COS TIVENESE, DADTASTE'i COO.
Eli TONGUE and DEBILITY, which 13 perfectly
controlled and cared by the
• DYSF aOSI.A. SPECIFIC.
- There is scarcely 4-phase or form of this
disease which is not promptly controlled and
ultimately cured- by the use of this Specific.
Thousands who have suffered for years with
this Bilious Condition" having purchased a
case of the Specifies, have obtained a perfect
cure add immunity frqm their old Fouthlitint.
COUGH§ , POWS, AND SOK THROATty
which so frectueptly lead to
lIRONCIIITIS A—VD CO,VSUMPTS-V,
are all ip, their early stage secured by the
Ilany cases of long seceding, Bronchitis; aril
iiiitating Coughs have been perfectly Cured'
by this sppoita But, more!. many person 4
have n specifip liability to colds and rake them'
from the least exposure. ' This will be entire
ly relieyed by the use _of the COUGH PILLS,
as scopps can testify from experience. So
la one of our most-common and most &Ohio
sow diseases, against which the Old Sclmol
Medicines and even lioniceopathic prescrip
tions, aro of very little use. Yet hundreds of
persons have been-cured of not only recent
and fresh, but even long standing and obstin
ate cases of CIVYAIIRIi by the use of this
One aged lady in Syracuse was --thus per.
repay cnresi of a Catarrh, which bad 1 . tinnyod
her all her life. A young lady atone of our
first class hoarding schools, who was eo affitct
ed Ali this disease as to require more tlptu
forty handkerchiefs a week, was entirely cured
in a•single week by this Specific. •
• •• ' P I, E 5,..
bleedieg. and blind,_is one of thoe common
and obStinate forms of disease which are sii
difficult to cure on the ordinary methods, -bit
which find an entire and fandl l entaf cure
in the Piles Specific. True, tithe i required;
but the Specific is pleasant to take, requires
neither diet nor restraint,.and being followed
up a perfect, cure is the result. Igundreds of
persona, iu purchasino• a case of Spehitics,
have obtained a cure Cur this most, trying and
obstinate form of disease, which has been
worth to them-ten limps the cost of the entire
set. Cases •of over tWenty years'. standing
' have been cured with this simple Specific, and
we believe oil may be cured by . perscverance.
The ease coot: ins the best t
FEVER AND AGUE SPECIPIC
known. A remedy without any deleterious
Or poisonous Subitances, which, not only, cores
the ngue, old, mismanaged agues, but
may be rolled upon as a preventative . when
pe'sons are residing in a fever and' ngue'dis,
trict. It prevents or protects upon the same
principle that iaceinittion prevents :entail-pox
. bellndonna prevents scarlet fever, - by pre.,
occupying tne system' with true- Specitici
Hundreds have been thus protected and cured.
The ophuvamy Spedifio
has proved a most invaluable remedy for SORE
EYES and EYELIDS, and. for. WEAK and
BLURRED SIGHT. Ode lady in Indiana ; who
had been a engem from sore eyes for many
years, and for two ;Cars was entirely, blind..
was cured!peyfeptly by the OphthaltuySpecific i
. . .
alone. . -
to which so many are subject, finds a curative:
in the case; There is a specific which relieves,
at the tinge of the attack, and also one which
corrects the ()audition of the system' upon!
which it depend's, an so destroys the Preens"!
position to return.
'she Specific for the various forms of,
have' proved invaluable: :Old long stitndin
bEet7COll4ll4ll oi VfIiITE3, are attende i
ieith 4ebliity o:' exhaustion, and- for ; whic
other farms of medicine are of little valite, a
fully cuntvollect and- cured by the PSIIALII
PILLS, while tho specifie for. irregularitiei
control *Rost every fornp scailty f painfyl
os irregular vrjerestioatkoli -
DIARRHOS I AND SUMMER COMPLAINTS
in adults or children are nontrolled like meg- ,
is by the Diarrhita Pills,' while 'it may be
averred wilhoilf - the possibility of suecessTel
contradiction 'that the DOeiatery Pills are th
mi3st perfect Sivelfic.fof that tlioertie hnowl4
- .For the various forms of
CA.TtLET :FEVER, MEASLES,
agd colter-diseases of children, the Feves:
may be safely and surely' relied upon. •
Tbese spe c t(i sa are the prescriptions of Pr
lIUSIPAItgY9, 14c.4 for 'years in his 'extensive
practice, and to the pirfection of which he has
cevoted th: resources of cAterisivelinowledge,
The public igaY rest 'assuria• thai I durin;
the life-tiine of Dr. U. no one has been
shall be intrusted with the preparatiiiii: of his
Ski cites,: qs be, Ofera the gutirsaii,of : his
professional life *tad, rePßlAlitiatb,ait ItbOlii
ite ju4 as' he represents ,
They have now heat:before' fo'r
five years, and have everywhere won golden
opinions from the many thousands who bay
used them. • •
'Simple, free from , itstricacy„techelcality,
• • _-
danger, they have: ecome the ready rOdura
end ai4 of the parent; _frivelor, nurse, or
11 1 -7 , \1P 1- 11: 1 EYs 7
id ~;14:51- 4 Rcßie 14 :n2 . itt
~ 41 i' I
4111011,1010i,4dV • igitAt. t, 1 49 11 . / 111 S.- , . e,_
Ras-Vera Lave thigAteeitari liehAntitty
ben approved, autlAeir h . heskt ittg to I
'is rnoug those wWtiiture kidiau
..' • ;Itloartnthiatekr, .
'.. 243 41Mity iiii:. fiiirdier:irSiiitiiii'`iti
tit bl - 0. ,e :. 'W.c,itliCoartiktilliii;ll l :9 - 111.14, 14 / 1 74,:
Gl4 /97utsP; tuik#44; orWn aiirrteid, in iced
it tilli' Kf tie _O i +l - il l'; g.. • ;-".. * I - : i-41
' .1,11. 1 OF ,itizarzu alliDTES'il
. f.:FSVER, PILL--Ror 4eit ion
and lahopHttiolCof all, kinds. ..‘„:
Nd. ..4. Ii,YORIt PILS,.-.-For . Wciti - -Fitir,
; 1 ,Wornt.COlic, an AVilting,the W. 1.. ,":.;
1 N 9. 3'. RAO'S PIL '-zFor colic;"CryAng:
Teething.itnd Wakefiiinessi aid Nervous: ,
• *. — 7 .-- 044iilfi; - , , : --- ..
N . 4: PIARR.II(EA PILLS - -=For Hiarrhcea. I
• Cboll;ra fnla it to in a tufS noon er pAni pla in!,
N . ii.- DYSWIVIT P I LLS—Forpilic, drik-,
ilig,. 11,v1(enteri'or ltßoody Fink, - r : ~•
N .. o: CHOLERA PILL*4-For Cli4Srai Choi
' era Mortids, Votnitifig, -,(' 1• , , ' ,.. 2 ':
N . /. 'COUGH PILLS-For- Coligift,., Coldi,
; . Hoaiseness,lulluenza.aud.Sore7hroat.:::
N.r.....TOOTITACIIE PILLS—For TOothticb,:e,
Faceacbe:. and Neuralgia . ' ' 1 ; ' i•:--,'
‘.o. 61 - HEADACHE 'PILLS—Por Areadache,
' Vertigo heat and Fulluess'OCtlie liettd; l
)19.16. DYSPEPSIA-PILLS-,-For Weak and
• 1 , HeroOged :Stomach.C" Couz , tipation add.
- Liver Complaint. ' , 7
Is o. 1:r. FOR Fgum i g IRRECULAHITIES+
INScanty. Painf ul or stippressed periods.
o:12, FEMALE. PILLS,-For Lencorrhcqa,
Profuse Menses and 'Pealing Down. •
No. 13. CROUP. PILLS-4•For CrOuli; lioarge
Cough. Bad Breathhig. '. - 1
o. 14. 5A.13.11111W11 - PlLL&LFoi..Erysip6. , .
Ins, Erirptions,Timpies on the Face. -
. o'. - 15. RIIEUMATICPILLS--.Forlyitii:Latne
'less or Soreness in the Chest, B ack, Loins,
~ or Lina: . ' .1• • _ ;
Fever and Agile, Chill Fever, Dumb
4gue, old ntimanaged ,Algues. '
P,--For Piles, Blind and Bleeding, Interna l '
Sore, Weak or fa@moil Eyes and
kaelids. railing, Weak or Blurred-Sight,
.C.—For Catarrh, orlon . standing or wept,
either with obstruction or profuse di.ttcitarge.:
LW. C.—For Whooping Cough,' abating,
vtoleuce-and shortening its course:" .tf- •L. ‘•
'til`f set 20 tate vial's In SforoteCt Cass •
and Book . • $ 5 9 0
ltuil.set, 20 large vials, in Plain uase - and
/ • - Book • f. 4.00
aso 01.15 numbered boxes and, Book. • 2 00
asa of any 6 numbered boxes and Book 100
single numbered boxes, with directicius 25
ngie lelered boxes, with directions 50
pcirge pin Cation,or 'physician's ease,
nod oz. vials .10 00
'-- • '
: . .
OdE REHEDIES BY All..
OUR' REMEDIES fir.wa
DUE REMEDIES BY MAW
OUR, RF:HEDIES BY. , HAM.
01.7 E REMEDIES BY
L. Logic over the-list; make up a case
. of wbitt
iud yoo choose , tupl ereclQ,se the ainoUnt, sn
current note or silt trips, fiy •crutit. to 'our sid
iirpss. nt \o. 563 Broadway,,NeW YM-k; , arid
the medicine will be duly returned . by mail or
, DR. F. IIeNIPHRF.I7S &
1 • ,Ko. sc2;Broildway. Nei'
Sn'ti'in•eiaiteleispok by ww:srEscEtt.;:dd
!LziISUING, and all Druppias. [46-4mo.]
i7 - 1 1 ATENT TOOKE T - a
• COIN DETECTOR
For TESTING the various , kinds or ,
GOLD. AND SILVER COINS... 't
Irr IS ADNIITTED BY ALL TO BE TirE .
MOST PERFECT TIIING•OF ITS KIND.
EVER OFFERED TO -THE PUBLIC. - r*C
IT IS SO SMAt..L TILIT•IT CAN BE CAR.
1 , DIED INVIIh f 'POCKETWITIIOUT 'ANY! •
Every. MERCHANT shoUld have it . "
iivery STOREKEEPER shbuld have it
Every MECUANIC should hhve it!!! "..
Every MIN IN' BUSINESS should
have it.! !11l
447!A warrantee goes with every
that is, said. • . -
pzi4cl=4 ONE DOLLAR,
Pustprtid (iv pert of 4W. U. S.
in every comity. in . tho, I!nit~d
whom a lihpral triseoinit wilt 14. made.
Address. MAY MoKNrprz,
Bnx 1150, Philadelphia. Ira;
IMETIIING NEW.—B. T. T.r BABBI'
. I MEDICINAL BALEILVIVa.
Is manufactured from commons:tit,
and is prepared entirely different
from other Saleratus. Alf the del
eterious matter extracted in such a
manner as to produce Bread, Biscuit,
and alt kinds of Cake, without can.
taining a particle of Saleratos when
the Bread or Cake is baked; there.
by producing wholesome instills:—
Every particle of Saleratus is turned
to gas and passes through the Bread
or Bicuit while Baking; consequent
ly nothing retnainshut commoa Salt,
Water and Flour. You will readily
perceive by l the taste of this Salem'.
tus that it Is entirely diffeent fron?
other B.l:lentos. - • -___
‘ 'it is packed in one poundpapers,
each wrapper Vranded. " B. T. ii,lll-
hilt's Rest Modioirtaf Falepttwi el,
so, picture, twisted loaf •of •bread,i
with a glass of effen - escl ng wate.r en
the top,. When you purehase one }
litT7m2 sil°3l l 4 FC,Sonin the wrap..l
r • ga aa-, . be -prtictflair tie get thei,
ne it elactly lake theflict- - ter4nd as'
Full directions - for making Bread
with this Saleratus and:Sour Mills
or Crearn Tartai, owill accompany!
each! pacicage ; also;,diieitions fel,
making alt kinds- of Pastry ; ollso,' ,
for utaking Soda, Water 'awl Set&
lit; Polidettl. lc 02 eV , i`r.,..
- - 2 , i1i.E.X01113.01VN-SOAP,—,:,.
cairn .- - *-- -, -,/-
13. T,4IABBITT'S PURE, ONCEN
' TR.MD'POTAS I,• :"' s ..
Wilri'al/tVA " 4 O .O4e gie-4 1 fedattl'ofi
ordinari Polish ;, pat up , ilk EUs .
, , 1113, . 2 lbs., 3 lbs., 6 ItiS. and la Itis.
" '—witli - fall' directions for making
ow Ilard. atid Soft-goap.n,Coosomen
vill find this the ebeagest Potash in
"soirket,-.., - I ,-- 412. /..- . .7-,. 1
70 liallefaetereli end fn. sale by'_"
otr. 61 * telirra ' WaSliihktillilSirat
,iitist. 30, Inditi-street,
1 13osiOn. ''' LI 144 .- -;ye 1'
E , R
n IN TUE POTTER Ju
OR WItSI7- -4 .-the inventor pf MORSE'S IN-;
WAN ROOTJ'ILLS. This philanihropiat hag
spent:the greater part of Welke ih traveling:
will as'North Artteile:44.ies etient threeyearti
araong•the indiaistrof outiAtestern "couistry - -4
it was in this way that the •tildithiltooPill.
Were firSt - cliSe'overed. Di. Heise was the first
man to' establish the fact:that all diSe.ase.sarise
frOm 111PURTTY TU
strength lealth dopeaclettnpcinT thb
vital fluid. 1 - I
'When the starionsietsiages liecorde clogged;
and do ifot act in perfeet harmony:with:the
diftereitfinietions of tit* hodyi the blood Inses!
becoraes•thiek; corrupted and•sdis l :
eased thus'causirig all pains,. sieknessr anti!
dietress• of every tiame:;:loni - strength is ex-I.:
hansted f :oni. health ive,ore dePrived:of; and if
nature Is not assisted inthrsialitg off the Stag.
tient humors; the blood ;will become choked
and cease to act, and thiti our light of life Will
forever be blown out. ! how important then
that we should keep-the .carious passages of
the body' free and open::And bow pleaSant
to us that we have , it in our power :to put a
medicine in - y Our reach,! nemely. Morse's la.;
dints Root Pills, manufactured front plants!
and roots which grow around the mountains"!
ous cliffs in Nature'S garden, for the health and
' recovery of diseased man. One of • the roots
from which these Pills are made is a Sudorific., !
which opens the pores of the skin, and assists 1
Nature in throwing out•the finer•parts of the
corruption - within. - :The second is a -Plant
which is an llspeetorant, that open; and nn.:l
clogs tho passage to the lungs; and thus; ltr.a
soothing manner, perforins itS.iltity by throsr-!
big off phiegra*, and other humors 'from "the 1
lungs, by copious spitting. , The third ica Di
..ttretiv, which_ gives eas 4,natd„ double ,strength
to the kidneys; flies encouraged, they, dran
largestriounts of impurity from the
which is then thrust; ant bouttufullyiby:The
urinary or,water, passage
.and ! which could
not have been dischargyd in, any other, way.
The fourth is a Cathartic:, rind . accompanies
the other properties of the Pills while engaged'
lin purifying the blood t
. eciarser particles'
of impurity, which
.cannet pass by the othei 1
outlets, arc thus taken tap and, conveyed off in!
great enantities by theltiosiels. ' • •
From' the above; it islsheivn that.lir. Morse's
Root Pills not isaly enter the stomach,
but become jolted, with the 'blood, for, they
final way to every part, and etunpletely rout out,
and cleanse thesystem•frem all inip. city, end
the life of the body, • which 'is 'the blood,
comes perfectly healthy; consequently all
sickness and pain is driven from' the system,
for they cannot remain When the body becomes
so mire and clenl. : •
The . reason why people arc so, distressed'
when sick, and why se: Many die; ii,heetiuse
they do not. get a medicine which will, pass
to the afflicted pitrts,'eUd tdhiclu t ill oPerithe
natural' passiges for the disease to be east Out ;1
hence. n, large quit ntity of food"and other mat-:1
ter is• lodged, and the stomach and ; intestines 1
are literally overflowieg ,with the corrtipled,
mass ; thidergaine disagreeable '`fermen
tation, constantly mixirp with the blood;which
throws,corTupted. platter. tltiwnglt every
and artery, until life ja i ltaken Nom, the body
by disease.,, have : added to
themselYei - vintorY npen
- tnillieris'tif • the ski:" terblOonimg; Itealflt and
happiness. Yes,' tho`giatide'lthci` hate 'hem,
racked cir• torniented • NG - 1111 RI c n esis. Pain . and
anguish.: and, whose feeble-frames have ,been;
scorched: bythr burning! elements of raging •
feYer, and-who have 1,4 n Ms - lug-lit, as it were.,
within "ti ateP of the:silent "grate; now* stand_
ready to test iry that they. • would base - been
numbered with the dead, had it, not
this great and wonderful inedidine. :tlorse's
' Indian Root Pills.. -After one or two doseS hati i
been taken; they w t ere•itstenislitot and nbso=,
lately surprised, in Witnessing their chnimine
effects.., Not only do they, give, immediate easel
and - strength, and take away •ell sickness.
pain and" anguish, they at. once! go to
work et the 'foundation 'or the 'disease:
which is the blocd. 1! Therefore, it Wilrbe
shown; especially by ttIOSO who use.these
that they will so cleange and purify, that dis,
ease,-...that deadly; Caietiy- 1 -Will take iti - flight;
field the flush of Yontli 'and beauty ivilr again
return. and the prospect of a log land happy'
-1 life. will cherish and brighten your, da,yr.
Merchants. and Traders, be on' their
gitriyeku•d'uot Im•biwtinfuri• main by a Conn;
fetkif of Or. 'gorge's Indian toot Pills, signed
..-I, B. Moore. : 'AII genuine , Pills will hereafter
have- the name and signature of D. LAKE
JUDSON, successor to A. J. White"&to.,) on
All orders tt&letters relating:.to Saht , Fig§.
lonst be addressed to W3r. I.ll.7Dtit; CO.,
aizietors_of Dr../o..lrasl'.s.gagnOtic Oint-
Agent's for Dr. Moises' Indian Root Pills:"
13. LAKE 'JUDSO:4"; . (iiitecessor. to '-41;.'•
White St CO.,)110 Leottaid Sieeet,Seiv York,
SoleiProprietor, Sold by SMITII &: - JONES,
OckuslciApart•katF r crtri, 4eAke,inc Dealers .44
the . e0t? . .. 4 11G ' —•-"• ''•
HOWA ASSO C I • TION,
- 7111ILADELafrA .., .',
MerWel 4141 sift aad` dir
tressed, afflicted tritk eisat '
#4lichlni 4 -44actiesi . .••1
141 HE HOWARD ASSOCIATION, is vie* o
theawful.fjestruetiou Of bunaan IliNeauk;
ed , by Sexual diseasesiseveral yearango direct
ed"their Consulting Sargebt4to open a - D;spen
sary &tithe freatieentof this class tifiMeattee,
iti all their foiras ' arid' tOkiiie 311IDICAL AD
VICZ:GRATIS; t ot all, who bya
with a description ofl their contlitibu t •Alige,
occupation s life *9.4 Awl' incases
of extreme TioVerty, to:TIMISEI NIEISICL.I't.B
VREV- OF CHARGE. • u t
•Th4l/11ketorirof lilts Wts'o'Ciiii'cg,
We Annual Report e x press th&higheat aitis-.
fact:on xvith tbikartcpessirltial..,has Atte:l4,o
I the labOrk:ottheir.,Surgeona. _core of
B Permatotrliimi, Seatifial'Tireat - ,zieie, v oiitibrrr
Sciltabuse, Disease of the; Kidnets 'arid blad
der, &c, and order wet - ltinnanskof.thlfaalife
plan for the ensuing year..,:.
Au-adraiy,able Report on ' SPerinatcirrltceit, e:
Sctulnal WealGniak thi - viee of Oudniini,
lirrhation or Self-Abuse and otheolliseases
of tho . SexuatlCtriatisi!.by!,ttii
von will be sent by mail, - (ift olmaled
opeAßE49f ; CllAßGhl,lotti. fisclpt ‘ of: TWO
sTA.NIrs - fitti
- Address, for Itcport Weabitent,';'
.1. SKIT,LIN TiOUGHTOSI Areting Sergeoa,.
Viforard Assoeiktiori,,No:i2 SOuth Nintl6Street;
12 hila4e!Plki,, 'r
lett• '.. 4 4t,.. No
4ci . thr, .
"' tlot, d-. ..-...,.. ; ;li.ic
..., it Is: h : lacy in
, stituticm,tlesetiiding 4 ' parent' t,
unto the Wird and folilh_ nation
it f_e....0. bet i the tiod Him whc
will visit the julquitles of the fat
r.thcii'ulta4teii:!. - T- -- -:itr7 - .., --,':'---
Its ixf[ektit viiminenee bt &Todd(
idoedbf • CUT* ar ulna" olts matter,
't,l3e.hings; liver; it#ld Adernal ergs ,
:tolietele4,ln the - glands,! swelli.
,:the siutate;mnititions',4 tints& Th.
~ruption, Which (fenditt 114tlie blood,
'lite 'eatergiA or le,•sa,,that seroft '
tines: .hot 1 / 4 only".;tutTer', from sew
plaints, 114 they'haiiitarthus pol
stand, the_ Uttiteks nrOther disc
iquently. i east ;:iiumyets - perish 1
• whinb, alf.hough'uotierofulous m
are stilt titnlized , fatal by this
4.ystein. 3Tost iit th<Utnisumption
euntitis the - hunial n Ninny has its e
in this scrOfulons contamination ;.•
destrtietivi &scants of Abe tiver,•kidtk.
Mid, indeed i of `,ell the otgans, arise
are migraVated lif thle . etbm mune,
One quarter oti,all!Out people nit
their' persons' are invidedl by this.
fcctinn, Mid their' health is undemill
To ciciansie it ficnii the System we min
the blood by - in' alterative medicine,
vigotate It .by healthy Sand arid .,
i' Suelt awds.. , e we - supply in
Conipiiiiid - Ex
in tilit 'of Szrsal
. . _
the most ienrody which tht
skill . plAntr: t*"9 - cAt, ocAnk. fpr , this
Avfici.c . iltefailing and fattil..tu*dy. . 1 '1(
Mind from the nitit4satitie ;ettiediels
disindearons the tlood,'sautthi"
,s - gstena t-franutritivi?sle . iagethl. ,
Renee t IthOsird i ll empjoyed _
not 014 v butrolsq- 41 .1 01 #f: Oh'
and gins' PHRASES, Sr.*: 401 . ' l ll,oell
RO4l. -or Eimin u i7zz.se. t _ . : P531'144 , 7.1 1 (
BLOi 7 eIIES, BaSnis sind Testi:MS,
Itnitfifsiiici*Sventsmc and ;Unmans . ,
inde.e4AU comPLAP.M 9 Ammo -now •
Tar on inpy.un - Btoon. The_ popuh
In-" ir,iriti it of thrbload"is foufidi
for.'scroftda is allegeMatiqn . of the
paiticuiar purpose and.y4tue
rills is to putittitidligenettitethilvitai •
without which sountliealth . is Impossible
conttuninated, Constitutiow • p
FOR ALL THE PURPOSES OF A FAMILY PHIN
are - so composed that dieeale Rh in the ratigte
their action can rarely' withstand or:Made do.
Their •penetrating properties search, and'elma:
and invigorate rcery- portion cl•the homy , >-
ism, correcting Its- diseased Action, -
its healthy chanties. As a cameo
properties, the incalid:lrlict:kiim
pain or physhid astmail
healtho resitreil tcylkraun
simple andinvittes t , - , ~• • t
Not only Ati they miie tie4reetz4
of Orgy tsiValsn , ritahr.l
daugereut, dtaeases., l The 4geih,
pleasc:Vo fundidi siatif,iisrAm!
containing CertifiCateaot amtrett
Air their uleirt the followingicnlnpl
juaction. of i'ho Voirels„ Ratuicsicy,
tile. Jot:hi:tier,' and r other kindr
arising from a le* State tit tau' IAI'
lon 'raw narto &no
Coughs, Colds, ktifltteassi.;
Itida had; fortlierxeastagof;t,
Patient& 1n advidietze ammtl
disease. 4 7, • •
So 'fide; is, the field otitis roe&
memos nit cases of - 'its elli
every section of eountay ommas
licly.knonii.ythO lid:re:been reSaatl
and oven desperate diseases of
use. :Men onto tried,fitiesiipi!
Other medicine of its kind is truism,
observation, and-whete.itkivittuesrn _
public no lorigeiliaiitati . vrhat Mitidble,to e 4".
for the distressing and PIO
mamma; yorgyns,rhnt areAr e ei4ey t tA o t t*
many inferior remedies' thrust tips)
enimiaunity have failed and
his' ained friendiby every4iial; ender/all
ott• the ; niElintekthoy easi _nerer.forgebesa& •
duced cures *too numerous ' ina,L*4-puoka.,o
40 1 . 4: 0 AP0t 4:lrA •
DR. J. C. ATER,iiir; CaR
Sold by SI4IITIL4 JClNES,tinit D.*: gre':'l l
CER,Cii - bdiiiiisorti COREY ,'SUN;-rtioi,47
-. A - : B. HORTON, Cushingville; , NON 1. "..
N IC11)14.9;31 il Ipiort3;,c4l e SIBMONEs`.OSw4r .
and•by all Merchants aad Druggists. 19 1 ,
MILLPORt :11E0 7 AIITA RTEES:f;
frillE subscribers take this'methodir,4,
JI: forming their,friends,that Ake) , are in nit
ccipt,of, and are, no* Cimiling„..a rhoi,r,e 1
desinnble sthck of'.' .`-- 'l ' ••''' :fti. i )
- ' STAPLE AND 'ANDY DR Goobs. - 1
to tylifdetitei iiiiiM il4 attention of all
'desire-to make purchases. enr stock inlini , ..
bas 1 -teetc Selected is' itlifgreat-eati'e,'and it zr,„
tipylarly adapted to the wants of:thin srew4
of atwicoiFtg!,l o.LllstkiclLiof P,21', 0 .9(?i1!c%
:-vials of 4 ' l'''' j : ,„ --
' I)Itt:SS GOODS, TRIM! ING S,l,ilßisOg.7i •P', , ,
-, EMIIROIDERIESf , I I ARASOy , 1 : 't,i
BLOTIIS, CASSIMERES \
trri... 1 >:. , -,111 4 f ST - HiGti,lP, Cr,..i -i w- , :1) t.7µ;
,-, 31t8TIDS, .' - ..,'
*,,: r SHHITHWH; :,. - -, i ,ir
~. 4 " -- j Ll - NENS, ePlitilg, ' ' • ; -,;
''-' `` ;HOSIERY, SHAWLS, , • 4 e,' ". .','
and ii.vetriottnif otilerittiicles, :Uo-ttuse
' 4l O-Mention. , Yi'M Aiwa a 1 ,4P;.a.944 1/00 e r
rant of • '--
,),-. r GRpCERIEkIII•', Itl3o AU -VT
~q A A ' 4l tHOCkliiii r i li " ' ' 1 ,-,.,-'
',ll of lorrai 4 iuntitiioti,iiecimb'iiiiib ,
for ready par,.and:forapproTed credit on
roar,Otialdploynm tyhrply,c•ther,estaNisbrs. -,
ei, I -, 3.1A1N ANICHO
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Z. .1. THOMPS.O.V . r 3 -,
cAmt;App il 4
FAlRER,Soodirsliost,rottercp.,,p 6, l o
- this method of infortaidelli.ellub•Vi
tie 'V `tier' is
. prep rfd
to do nil work itelia!liita
in a workcn:Tlrlike Aan..aer,,and npos
most accommodating t erms. raytarAt
Ratio 164 insdtiall7 reintit t a on`del f 7
th e work. . All . kinds of PRO 1