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F. L. Baker, Editor,
I&TUZDAY, AUGUST 27,1864
FOR VICE PRESIDENT,
Union Etettoral /Pellet
TreaDl4ls U. C9I , IIII.NGIAAN, Beaver CO
1. Robot P. Xing,
2. Geo. M. Coates,
S. Henn Bunn%
4. Wm. H. • Kern,
6. Bartin H. Jenks,
Dias. M. Runk,
7. WA. Taylor,
8. Jno. A. Hiestand,
9. X. H. Coryell, •
12. (las. P. Reed,
13. Mies W. Hag,
14. Chas. H. Shriner,
la. Jahn Wider
16. D. 11PConaughy,
17. David W. Woods )
18. Isaac Benson,
19. John Patton,
20. Samuel B. Dick,
21 Everhard Bierer,
22. John P. Penney,
23. Ebe'zer M'Junkin,
;24. J. •W. Bianchard.
Under the new revenue law, every
bank cheek; whatever the amount may
be, must have a two-cent stamp attached
to it by the person who gives the check,
and cancelled with his initials and date.
Also, all receipts for money due, over
the sum of twenty dollars, or for the de
livery of any property over that amount,
Met hain a two-cent stamp attached
and be canceled. It has been decided
by the Commissioner of Internal Reve
nue, that as no person is required by
law to give, a receipt fur money paid,
the party demanding a receipt mast pay
far the stamp ; bat if no receipt is de
sired, and one is given, then the receiv
er of the money or the property is re
quired to attach the stamp ; and if he
fails to do so, is liable to a penalty of
two hundred dollars. It is well, as the
laW is now in operation, that these facts
ehould be known by every one,
lir The State Legislature has been
in session three weeks, daring which
time it has been engaged principally in
military business. A militia bill has
been adopted, author icing the Governor
to call into service fifteen regiments of
troops, cavalry, artillery and infantry,
by draft, if necessary, to serve for three
years as a State Guard, in suppressing
insurrection or repelling invasion.
When organised, such portion of the
force can be called out as an emergency
may require and the Governor may or
der. The whole body will be command
ed by a Major-General and two Briga
dier-Generals, to be appointed by the
Governor. The pay, clothing, rations,
&c., to be the same as are provided for
the National troops. It is probable
that a regiment •or two will be constant
ly kept in service. An- adjourment was
brought about on Thursday.
Orders from the War Department
direct that all provost marshals have
everything in readiseas to begin the
draft immediately after the expiration of
the fifty days' notice already given by
the President, and direct that enroll
mont lists be closed and directed to the
Provost. Marshal General's Department
on the first of September, with correc
tions to that date, so that proper quotas
may be assigned.
The Harrisburg Telegraph says that
several citizens of Obambereburg have
become insane on account of the loss of
their entire effects by the late rebel fire
in that town. One of the number, a
gentleman who had been engaged in
business for pars, was taken through
this city, a day or two ago, for one .of
the eastern ' asylums.
or- Three houeebreakera were kit ed,
on Monday last,' in Lancaster, Ohio;
white forcing an entrance into the hones:
of a soldier's wife; by a wounded soldier
whom the lady's hospitality bad received
the evening previous. One of the bur
glars was recognised as the lady's
biothar-in-law: She had just received
, 8400 firkin her husband in the aimy.
ar Tins Secretary of the Treasury, it is
stated by ati:bority, is not about to re-
sign on aocontit of health, or from
any other canoe.: The report otherwiee
is so- .. .have been made with a view
to it redit of the Government.
P:ctiiii-ligtinuni to hie poet from his
f Visit to his home in Maine.
or We may credit the statentent of
the Pe° York linieii . Gen. Fremont and
Uri:Wads lave found.ont the hopeless.
nos of atteMpting to divide the Union
party by his nomination, and he' is ac
cordingly to be Withdrawn.
or A "Coal at Cost Company" has
been organized in Brooklyn. one
thousand tonalvill be purchased byeublT
scriptions and a purchaser dispatched to
the Pennsylvania mines, A saving of
$4 par toe is expected.
DISAGREEABLE SURPRlM—Amiaerleft General Neu km.
St. Austell, Cornwall, England, a few
T old bell in the First Presbyteri
daughter, with the intention of "better-
years ago, leaving at home a wife and
an 'burgh ot Morristown, N. J., was
e • eked a few days sinne, and has been
ing his condition." Be succeeded very
well at the diggings, and for some time rowu into the furnace to be re cast.
Etrglandiome time dor
sent regular supplies of money to his t came from
ing the reign of Queen Ann and most
wife. At length he stopped doing ito,
therefore be a century and a half old, as
and the poor woman being resolved to
the Queen died in 1714. The first
satisfy herself as to her husband's poi&
church organization in Morristown took
Lion, was enabled, by subscriptions, and
accepting a situation to take charge o . place in 1714 %._
two children to Melbourne, to procure a I Se ~
owan,'of Pennsylvania', is
passage to the colony in September last. • urged for the nomination for the Presi-
A letter has been received from her, ; thou by the Chicago Convention, by a
stating that her husband had turned far- writer in the National Intelligencer
mer, and was residing about fifty miles
from Ballarat. She first saw him in the
harvest held, and, on being asked if he
knew her, said he believed he did, and
afterwards confessed that be was mar
ried to another woman. At the end of
two days the Auetrelian "wife" gave up
her claim, on the receipt of £2OO.
EATING MEAT IN SUMMER.—A celebra
New York physicion says that, com
mencing with May and ending with' ;
September, be restricts the members of
his family and all his patients to two
ounces each of animal food per day, re
questing them to use freely during the
summer months tho 'vegetable products
Nature lavishes upon us so abundantly.
lie has kept, during twenty years or
more, a record of the mortality- in the
families of those who followed his ad
vice, and estimates the deaths in the
meat eating families as about four times
more numerous than -in the households
of those who curb their desires for ani
mal food during the summer months.
far When Farragat was notified of
the surrender of the rebel ram Tennes
see, he, sent an officer off to receive Bu.
chsnan's sword. On learning o
Buchanan's wound, an officer asked Far.
rapt if he would go off and see him.
Farragnt looked along his decks, strewn
with dead, and dying, and mangled corn.
reties, and red with the blood of others
, had fallen and been removed, and
then replied : "With these brave men
before me, killed and mangled by him,
-I consider him but my enemy. I want
nothing to do with him."
skirt The dwelling-house in which Gen
eral Hamilton lived has just been taken
down, the last of the old residences in
the lower part of New York. It was a
three-story brick house. and a very gen
teel one in its day. Tho marble stone
steps down which Hamilton walked on
the morning that he left home for the
bloody ground of Hoboken, where he
fought with Burr, are all that remain of
this 'once celebrated edifice. Nearly
every passer by clips off !L bit of the
marble and bears it sway in commemo
ration of the great man whose sun went
down in blood.
iier The Hon. Daniel S. Dickinson,
who has been solicited to allow his name
to go-before the Union State Conven
tion of New York, as a candidate for
Governor, peremptorily declines to do
so. A short time ago he was offered a
responsible appointment by the Presi
dent, which he also declined. This dis
tinguished, Democrat thus pointedly dis
poses of the charg3s made by hie late
party friends that he gave his powerful
support to the war for' the Union, only
in the hope of obtaining Mee.
Preparations are being made to
build, at Cape May, a large and elegant
hotel. The site selected is west of. toe
old Congress Hall, has an ocean front
oT one thousand and eighty feet, and
contains about thirteen acres. The
ground cost forty thousand dollars, to
be paid for in the stock of the company.
A novel feature of the hotel will be a
bathing-house where invalids and others
can at all hours command but, warm or
tepid baths of pure sea water.
Ur The western papers are telling a
romantic story of a Michigan soldier,
who was taken sick on a March, found
shelter and nursing in the house of a
loyal Virginia planter. and fell in love
with and was betrothed to the daughter
of his host. Both the planter and his
daughter have since died, and the gel•
dier finds himself heir to property:worth
4800,000, all in Chicago real estate.
A lady Loudon recently recov
ered by law the value of a dress which
she bad damaged by the fresh paint on
a shop door, which she was entering.
There was 'no written notice up that the
paint was wet; the judge censured the
defendant, who was bOund to keep his
shop BO that no berm could come to his
customers entering for a lawful purpose.
sar Dr. Brown, of Liberty, Maine,
was found guilty by the United States
'District Court, at Bangor, on the 13th,
of the practice of applying poison to
drafted men in such a way that they
were exempted for piles and other hie•
eases. His charge was $lOO a man.
i h r The wife. of Guneral Sibly, of the
rebel.army, has come over to our side
in.Arkansae. Her husband escorted her
to the. Federal lines, and therelade her
good-bye. She. stands by the ynion
and.the old Hag.
Ur The daily papers of Chicago have
raised their, subserigioa to .
rare a year. The large , Flostoo'daillas
obargafifteen, or thirty coati per wailir.
800. Daniel S. Dickinson pereroptori.
ly declines to be a candidate for next
Governor of New York.
Miss Flannah.Tones,ofDighton, Mass.
now eighty-seven years of age, walks two
miles to ehurch every pleasant Sunday.
She also visits her sister as often as
once a week, who lives three miles from
George Sandere, the
. rehel politician
who got up the late peace imbroglio at
Niagara Falls, was said to be in New
York. incog , last week. It ought not
to be difficult to recognize his short and
fat figure anywhere.
The treasurer ; of the Washington
University at St. Louis received lately
two checks of twenty-five tbousand,dol.
tars each—one from Nathaniel Thayer,
banker, of Boston; the other from the
family of Thomas Tileston, a deceased
New Yorker. •
General floCd, the rebel commander
at Atlanta, is said to hive but one le g
and one arm. Frowthe reckless man
ner in which he has hurled his troops
against Sherman's army, it would seem
that he means that the few survivors of
his soldiers shall have no'more legs and
arms to boast of than himself.
A chimney built in 1793, in an old
house on King street, in Northampton,
Massachusetts, and lately taken ,down,
furnished bricks enough to build three
modern chimneys, and underpinning to
a hones, eight piers is the cellar, a cis
tern, and a drain three hundred feet
long, besides a wagon load sold and a
r correspondent writes : "I
hear thwealiirtcorephent - here Wmong
the young men that 1 heard •before leav
ing America, that marriage has hee:idle
impoesible e .owing to the excessive lux
ury which has invaded all classes ; that
a lady's toilet now•a•days costs as much
as it formerly required to provide for a
It is related of a Into ie Newport,
R 1., that he married his second wife
six weeks after the death of his first .;
the second was killed by a carpet thrown
on her head, and in four weeks be mar
ried a third, who a month after was
drowned. he waited only two weeks
this time, and then married number four,
whose husband was killed four weeks
previously in battle.
A woman attempted to commit sui
cide at Olevelaud a few days ago, but
Miffing the water coin or dampt-r than
sie expected helloed lustily for help.
and, being rescued, went home wet, but
The English fashionables put false
tails on their horses, now, as the ladies
wear Alexandria ringlets. Nets for
their larritives are spoke `n of, also, for
slimy of the "prancers."
A pleasure party while descending
Mount Katandin, Maine, recently, found
a large bear in a trap and despatched
Women are going into the type-set
ting business afresh. The Newburyport
Herald has five such compositors io its
One of the wealthiest men in New
York State—Aaron D. Patclien—died
at Buffalo recently. an idiot. He bad
overtooked his mind with cares and
It is understood that the sentence of
the court martial in the case of Surgeon
General Hammond is, that he be sus
penami from his rank and pay for three
The people of Rockford,..T ilinois, have
organized a society :for planting :shade
trees. A. good idea.
A lady, aged 117 years and 8 months,
died in Memphis a' week Biniit.
Queen Victoria has appointed a coil
mission with instructions to consider
the expediency of abolishing capital
The female college at Worcester,
Massachusetts, has been leased' to the
State for five years for a military hos
A prisoner of War advertises from
Johnson's Island for a substitute to take
his place in the military 'prison there.
E. S. Bennett, of New‘Milford; Conn.,
-shot himself. dead in New York, on
Saturdayebecatise he was unable to pro
cure a substitute. -
The venerable ex-Preeident Day, of
Yale College, entered hie 92d ye ara last
gaTlMlLDlAMplov!advocates. the pro
-104 Oft•DltgrO;s : lttffregilli 411• the Lii9nier
MEDARY ON McCurEtAN.---Elam Made
peditoi of the Columbus (0.) Crisis,
'end an influential leader of the Buckeye
Democracy. says "It is well known
bat General McClellan has not one
Spark of pretensions to the Presidency
except what be has made out of this
•ar under Mr. Lincoln. Be never held
,•• civil office in his life, and was unknown
to the public when Governor Dennison
"brought him forward as a military man.
Yet, in three years as a mere soldier,
he rises to the demands of the Presiden
cy, to bead a party itch is for peace--
a position requiring a statesman of en
larged vie-va and a statesman's experi
ence. And for what ? That a few rneu
who have got his ear may get foreign
missions and home positions, at the ex
pense of the peace of the country and
the lives of their constituents; This is
paying to dear for such whistles, and for
one, we protest splint it in behalf of
our bleeding, ruined, and distracted
THE Bzo Orrx.--We see it stated that
the 20-inch.gun recently , shipped from
Pittsburg Eastward is now lying at
Phillipsburg, New Jersey, just across
the Pennsylvania lino. On its journey
it has progressed but some thirty miles
per day, and is now awaith g the strength
ening of some of the bridges along the
road Jests its enormous weight should
crush one or them, in which event it
might be extremely difficult to lift it
out of some deep stream or gorge. The
gun is said to be upside down- on the
trucks, and that two men sleep directly
under it to prevent it being spiked. To
our mind the two men bad better "stay
awake" beneath the monster, else while
they Blubber the gun may be spiked'.
Lady Franklin, the Widow of the
historic Sir John, is said to be a violent
Secessionist. A few weeks ago she
gave a grand dinner to the prominent
Southerners and sympathizing Britons
in London. Since she has than sho wu
her prejudices, amusing stories are being
told at her expense. On dit, that she
disliked Sir John, that her bad temper
drove him to the polar seas on the ex
pedition that proved fatal to him, and
that she can't forgive the American
Government or people for fitting out an
expedition that might have proved suc
cessful, and brought her husband back
sir An officer in the 39th Wisconsin
Regiment, stationed at Memphis, writ
ing to the Chicago Tribune, speaks with
a good deal of common 801198 of the"
practice of answering matrimonial and
"wanted correspondence ad vertisemeu ts"
by soldiers in the army. He warns all
young ladies with any self-respect to be,
ware paying any attention to them.
Ladies fooligh enough to respond should
know that their letters are bandied
about the camp, subject to jests and
sneers neither complimentary nor fit for
MEADE AND BURNSIDE.--In alluding
to the ditffeulty between Generals
Meade and Burnside. tbe Providence
Journal says the latter. beinu the subor.
dinar°. prt.ti- , r1.4.11, 10 he id al SyS dIVEL to
sacrifice himself rather than to embar
rass the army in the field by any rostra.
versy. tie tendered his resignation,
which General Grant refused. and also
refused to relieve him. Genetal Grant.
then offered him twenty days' leave of
abscence, byavirtue of which he is at
eir The St. Paul Press says the hot
summer pushed the corn ahead in that
vicinity in a remarkable manner, and in
another week it will be beyond the reach
of frost. It will be such a crop as has,
perhaps, never before gladdened the far
mers of that State, and will soon be ready
to be harvested.
Prampton, the•rettowned stallion
imported four years ago from England
by several gentlemen of Franklin county,
in this State, died on last Saturday, in
Carlisle, from the effect of over-exertion
in the escape from the burning of Chem
bersburg.—The original cost of the ani
mal in England was $4OOO.
isr Mexican intelligence is to the ef
fect that Maximilian has provided -for
the formation of an knstrian army for
service in Mexico. The French troops
have been' driven out of Joints. and re
treated to the island Carnevi. Napo
leon is also about to withdraw ten
thousand of his troops.
dor On thel2tb,a well dressed, smart,
intelligent woman. with an eye to busi
ness, 'appeared at Portsmouth. N. ,8.,
with four substitutes, which eh* bad
brought with her from Baltimore.
She sold them soon after her arrival to
the, brokers for $9OO each. •
lir Ron. John Covode was severely
injured the other day white assisting in
mowing on his farm in Westmoreland
county. His left foot came in contact
with the knives of the machine, cutting
his great toe nearlyoff. He will be
compelled to lay npfor some . time. •
ar A dah Isaacs •fdenkin, wife 'of
Orpheus( Kerr, bee run away from bim.
1 t wonder whether he will rna after
her. The ancient Orpheus went to bell
after hie wife. Perh aps the mpJlern
. .oitiihena thighs' he mightcatch hell if
he were to orortaboi
TEE 7-30 LoAx.—Many of the advan
tages of this loan are• apparently on
their face, says the New York Examin
er, het there are others that will be beet
understood after consideration. Among
them there are. 4
Its Absolute Security.—Nearly all
active credits are now based on Govern.
merit securities. Banks of issue and
Saving banks hold them in large quan
tities—and in many cases, more than
the entire amount of their capitals—and
they hold them as the very best and
strongest investment they could possi
bly make. If it were possible to con
template the financial failure of the
Government, no bank would be any, bet.
ter or safer.—Saving Banks already
have a large part of their assets invest
ed, inGovernment sectKitiee. Al a rule
they allow but live per cent. interest,
and can only pay principal or interest in
greenbacks or bills of Stateißanks,—for
every note or bond held
,by them and
doe before the resumption Of Bleeds pay
ments is payable in Gorternment legal
tender paper. Banks of issue and dis
count can not ask or get anything better
in payment of customer's notes, and they
prefer it to all other, for, they are com
pelled to redeem their owe notes in that
paper as the circulating medium next
to specie in value. By the issue of this
loan thell S. Treasury becomes a Sa
sings bank for the people. There , are
none stronger—none mope solvent, and
not one that pays so liberally for the use
of Inoney. You may deposit fifty dollars
or fifty thousand, The more you put in,
the more yon will aid and strengthen
the Government, and the more valuable
will be the remaining currency of the
' Its Liberal Interest —The general rate
of interest , is six per cent , payable an
nually. Thisis seven and three-tentbe,
payable semi-annually. If you lend on
mortgage, there must be a searching of
titles, lawyers' fees, stamp duties and
delays, and you will finally have returned
to you only the same kind of money you
would receive from the Government,
and less of it. If yon invest in this loan.
you have no trouble. If there is no
National bank at band, any banker will
obtain it for you without charge, and pay
you the interest coupon . at the and of
six months as a most convenient form
of remittance to his city correspondent.
If you wish to borrow ninety cents on
the dollar upon it, you have the highest
security io the market to do it with. If
yen wish to sell, it will bring within a
fraction of cost and interest at any ..mo
merit It will be very handy to have in
the house. •
Its Convertibility into a Six per Cent.
B9nd.—Here comes an advantage that
mast not be lost sight of. At the ex
piration of three years a bolder of the
notes of the 7-30 loan has the option of
accepting payment in full or of funding
his notes in a six per cent, gold interest
bond, the principal payable in not less
than five nor more 'than twenty years
from its date as the Government may
elect. For six months past, those bonds
have ranged at an average premium of
about eight per cent, in the New York
market, and have so - 141 at 109 to-day (July
28). Before the war, IJ. S. six per cent.
stocks sold at a much higher rate—and.
were once bought up by the U. S.Treas
nry miller special act of Congress at a
pr.-mince of not less than twenty per
cent. There is.no doubt that this ,option
of 'conversion is worth at least two or
three per cent. per annum . to the sub
scriber to the - loan, thus increasing the
actualrate ofinterest to about ten per
cent.''Notes of the same class issued
three years ago, are now selling at a
premiOm that fully proves the correct.
nese of this statement.
Its Exemption from State or Municipal
7 axation.— But %side from all the ad van_
tages we have enumerated, a special
Act of Congress exempts all bonds and
Treasury notes from local taxation. On
the average this exemption is worth
about two per cent. per annum, accord.
ing to the rate of taxation in various
parts of the country. Can greater in
ducements be asked for than those we
have enumerated ?
The Sedretari of the Treasury has
been told-that he mast "buy money at
the highest rate rsecessary to command
it ;" that he should sell his obligations
"for what they would bring," so as to
lead the market; but the Secretary
will do no such thing. If Shylock
bought bonds at 90 in August; he would
demand a concession of another ten per
cent. in September, and twenty in Oc
tober, until he would finally offer to lend
only the interest and keep the principal.
If Government securities are worth any
thing, they are richly worth all their
face.calle for in, gold, and the country is
not so poor in spirit or in purse as to
submit to any such sacrifice as Shylock
demands. There is bat a limited supply
of money seeking investment at any
time, and the Government offers to pay
liberally for its use. At the rate of
seven and three tenths percent, per an
num. to say nothing of the collateral ad
vantages, it is the strongest borrower in
the market, and every feeling of interest,
as wall as patriotism and duty, should
induce our readers to invest in its loans.
The Chattanooga:Gazettt eta
the lightning.etruck , Camp Fuller Sri.
gads, near Reenrille, Ga., July 14, kill.
jilt and wonnding..filleen eoldiere,, be
FREAKS OF A MUSKET BALL,—A. singu
lar instance of a stray shot occurred a
few mornings since, out at the front,
from a musket in the hands of a member
of the 27th Mass. The guard of the
overnight had just been relieved and
went down to the bank of Juliann Creek
to discharge their pieces. Firing into
the stream, one of the shots ricochetld,
passed over a distance of three quarters
of a mile, entered the Regimental Hos
pital of the 9th N. J., and pierced the
temple of .a dead body of one of the 9tb,
which had just previously been laid oat
for burial—Old Dominion.
sr The following address was on the
envelope of a letter which passed through
the D Ptroit post.office a short timeline. :
"O'er the bile and o'er the level,
Carry this letter like the devil ;
Don't atop for drink or other Tatman,
Till you find my wife, Jennet Gleason ;
She is waiting with all the patience she
She lives in Uticsi, Michigan."
Friends and Relatives of the brave
SOLDIERS it SAILORS.
MIDWAY'S • PILLS & OINTMENT
ALL WHO HAVE FRIENDS AND
Relatives in the Army or Navy,' should
take special care, that they be amply supplied
with these Pills and Ointment; and where the
breve Soldiers and Sailors have neglected to
provide themselves with them, no better pres
ent can be sent them by their friends. They
have been proved to be the Soldier', never
failing-Mend in the hour of need.
Coughs and Colds affecting Troopi
Will be speedily relieved. and effectually
cured by using these admirable medicinek . and
by paying proper attention to the Direction,
which are attached to each Pot or Box.
Sick Headache and want of Appetite incident
to Soldiers l
Those feelings which so sadden us, usually
arise from trouble or annoyances, obstructed
prespiration, or eating and drinking whatever
is unwholesome, thus disturbing the healthful
action of theliver and storanch. These owing
must be relieved, if you desire to do well.—
The Pills, taking according to . the printed
instructions, will quickly produce a healthy ac
tion in both liver And stomach,and as a natur
rat consequenCe clear head and goad appear.
Weakness and Debility ind uc ed by
Will soon disappear by the use of these
valuable Pills, and the Soldier will quickly'
acquire additional strength. Never let the
bowels be either confined or unduly acted
upon. It may seem strange that Holloway's
Pills should be recommended for Dysentery
and Flux, many persons supposing that they
would increase the relaxation. This is a
great mistake, for these Pills will correct the
liver and stomach and thus remove sll the
acrid humours from the system. This medi
cine will give tone and vigor to the whoia
organic system however deranged, whilst
health and strength follow as a matter of
course. Nothing will atop the relaxation of
the Bowels so sure as this famous medicine.
Sores and Ulcers, Blotches and Swellings
can with certainty be radically cured if the
Pills are taken night and morning, and the
Ointment be freely used Re stated in the printed
natructions. If treated in any other swine r
they dry up in one part to break out in another-.
Whereas this Ointment will remove the•
humure from the system and leave the patient
a vigorous and healthy man. It will require.
a little perseverance in bad cases to insure a.
For Wounds either occasioned by the Bayonet
Sabre or the Batt, Sorer or Bruises,
To which every Soldier and Sailor are liable'
there are no medicines so safe, sure and cow
venient as Holloway's Pills and Ointment.—
The pour wounded and almost dying sufferer
might have his wounds dressed immedian.ly,
if he would only provide himself with this
matchless Ointment, which should he 'bruit
auto the wound and smeared all around it. then
cover it with a piece of linen from his Knap
sack and compressed with a handkerchief.—
Taking night and morning 6 or 8 Pills, to cool
the systcrn and prevent inflamation.
Every Soldier's Knapsack and SWAMI'S,
Chest should be provided with these invalua
IMPORTANT CANTiON !—None are gentling ,
unless the ,words llotr.ovear, New Yarn.:
and Losnoze,l , are discernible as a Water
mark in every leaf of the book of direetiubs.
around each pot or box; the same may b•
plainly seen by holding the leaf to the light.—
A handsorne.reward will be given to any one
rendering such information as may lead (if the
detection of any party or patties counterfeiting
the medicines or vending the same, ltuowing
them to be spurious.
•,,•Sold at the Manufactory of ,Professor
Hottowsx, BD Maiden Lane, Nine York,
and by all respectable Druggis . ts and Dealers
in Medicine thraughout the civilized world,
in pots or boxeSAC3oc. 70c. and .1.10 each.
N.B.—Directions for the guidance of panents
in every disorder are affixed to each pot.
'O:P - Dealer's in my well known medicinercan
have snow CA ADS, ClactsLA Ra s &C., RCAF nein,
FREE OF EXPENSE, by addressing
80 Maiden Lane. New-York.
VP' There is considerable saving by taking
the larger sizes. [Dec 26- / Y -
65 ST; Can ALICII-11T.,
BETWEEN SIXTH, AND ISEVEN7III arriztrs„)
ST. LOUIS, Arrs'soutz,
ZSPECZAL avvtirrroir `TO
• CHRONIC DISEASES,
Dyspepsia, Consumption, Liver cdmplaint,
Diarrhea, Piles. &c., and all
Da. W. will send his Theory of Chronic Dis
eases, for 6 cents, to pre-pay postage.
Symptom lists for any disease, forwarded.
13' Medicines forwarded to any post office
in the United States Post Office Box, 3092.
St Louis, itufiust 1863--ly.
JIEWELRY.-A large and aelected stock
fine jewelry of the latest patterns froin the
best factories in 'the country can be found at
IL L. If E. J.• ZAHN'S,.
street Corne r, Lanc o f ster Ce , n P ft; . Stituare a nd North. Quee . ,. n
fl HAM PAGN . and other Table:, Winer
vv guarnanteed to be pure and . sohnup ma
can be bought in . Plilladelatia or Neuf-York
H. D. BENJAMIN MEd' Building.
ALARGE LOT OF BUbP WINDOW
SHADES at remarkably low prices—
to closeout. Sresatma,
Ilpirket Street, Mezietta.
PRIME Nero Crop New - Orleans Molasses
—the very beet for Cakes. Just received
by SPANGLER & PATTERSON.
0_ 1 7BSCRIPTIONS received for an the lead
°. in Periodicals of the day
• At 31e - Golden Mortar.
THjITIEE TIERCES SHOULDERS AND
SIDES for sale at.
TO LANDLORDS! Ault received, Scotch
and Irish WHISKIES, warren
ro pure. at 11. D. Renpunciiii's. •
ICE COLD CREAM MEAD roads of
Lebsnan Cotinty . Honey. it WOLFE'S.
B OHLZWB long eelsbnited
H. D. BENJAMIN.