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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 25 October 1859

PEHHHSYLVAHIA AGE1JCY FOB WHEEIJBB _« WILSON'S FAMILY SEWING MACHINE (HtKAT _KBDUCTIOiT IS PBICB. On and after October _latinst., the RETAIL _PRICES of porSBWINGMACHINBSwittboasftUows: NEWSTYLB MACHINE - 960 -MJtiaOM_. on Plain Table....._^... .......*76 00 " Half Case PaneU 80 00 " Haircase, Mahogany or Black Walnut.. 86 00 » « _~ _FuHCase,._^....".-..1 *:..... «« .._;..-...100 OB' « Full Case,Rosewood.......„.,...;....116 001 SBIALIi HACHIMK....... ...;...76 00? LAHGEMACHINiT... _;... ' . ..........1O_» 00 HBMVSRg(extra) 6 00 She _unanimous favor which has attended the _iritrodoction _of Whbbucr ft Wnaos'aFiioiY _gtwrao M_^obimb, _^ _sofficieBt evldence .oC_£lB excellence.lt is needless " now tosayJ_^hat _Uilaaaefullnsfrumeh' t_^s becoming a domestic institution' iho lact I* recognised by _ita successful use in ' thou sands of _^_MBfliies In every rank in _ttfe. Te those who have hithlrto refrained from availing themselves oC its advantajto, it may not be amiss to say, that its ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 25 October 1859

Insurance _(_Sompamtt, D_^L_^_vTA^^lrffroXS_^ _8_AFETY _DfSUEAHCE _COMPAlt S S. Corner of Tkirdtmd W+tmd _StfMtt, i: * PHILA&SLP 11IA. XNPQR_^ _QRASaED 1885. _T\jfARINE _INSCRANGJte on _YwMte, X_^ °^»*n *J>^ht toaa narta oi:th* WbtM. ¦ _„ rffLAND_^_raOBANCK _oToobis by RiversOuai LikesandLundCarriages toa&BUi»«tth_« _Uatoa. • ; IRSIN_^reA K_^Bon MercbSdtts _generatr/_, «_ad o_> "a_^'WS'SJ&NT, _Nor«aW _i*. tm 9008,804 70. ^^ ¦;",- --.«'._y HovenberK. MM. CbeBoard _dfllhwetDWJtoWtliiKdayilieliidl _g flM dad of six man. _m oask_, «¦ um q_^iw mm _ttud _SDTPKK _OBfT. on the _Serte of thm _OesBfasqr* _W able on and after 1st 11m _vccSDd: __2_l f tvs '_pmr caure. on _tho,origi-i swot, m_« ¦« _Sarnest Premiums for the year ending _OBtober SL ISM, _Owttficates for which wtti b* _ianed to the _Mrte eft UOed to the «a»n_^ _&_*iti alter _Ot*_ttnt_*e s< D*&d1»*r _*&- Preamble emd _Xetolvtian adopUd tyA* _AiXi i WBzSKA8the_,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 25 October 1859

MRS. _WUJSIiOW, An experienced Nurse and Female Physician, presents to the attention of mothers, her SOOTHING SYRUP, For Children Teething, ' which greatly facilitates-the process of teething, by soft ening the _gums,reducing all inflammations-will allay AIX PAIN, and "spasmodic action, and is SURE TO BE6ULATE THE BOWELS. Depend upon it, mothers, it will givot rest to yourselves,1 ANDRELIEF AND HEALTH TO YOUR INFANTS. We have put up and sold Ihis article for _ayer.ten yearsand cas sayin con- . rosso* ' and truth, what we have never been able eu to say of.any other mediciHe—NEVER HAS IT _LJ FAILEDIN A SINGLBWSTANCE .TO _EFFECT. aR CURE,,when UmelyWd Never did we know an in- p_^ stance of dissatisfaction by any one who used it. On . _* the1 contrary, ' all are' delighted with its operations _^ and speak' in terms of highest commendation of 00 its magical effects and medical virtues. We speak" in this _muttec Hwhat jwb do know,_£ alter ten years'_»_ experience, amd pi_^dgk OUB REFT...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 25 October 1859

CHANGE OF SCHEDULE ON THB PENNSYLVANIA RAIL ROAD! f\S AND AFTER MONDAY, APRIL \J llth1859, the Passenger Trains on tho Pennsylvania Railroad will arrive at and leave Harrisburg _^ as fol- EASTWARD. FAST LINE arrives at 2.22 A. M., and leaves at 2.80 A. H. This Train stops at Middletown, EUzabethtown_, Mt. Joy, Lancaster, Lemon Place, Parksburg, Dowmngtown_, and arrives at Philadelphia at 6 50 A. M. THROUGH EXPRESS TRAIN arrives at 5.50 A. M., leaves at 6.05 A.M., stops at Middletown, _EUzabethtown, MUJoyLancasterLemon Place, Parksburg, DowmagkOwn. and arrives at Philadelphia at 9.65 A. If. MT. JOY ACCOMMODATION TRAIN via H. and L. K. B., .leaves at 7.60 A. M._^tons at all the way stationsconpwtfs .with the LANCASTER TRAIN which arrives at Philadelphia at 12.40 P. M. _MAH, TRAINvia the _Harrisburg and Lancaster Road, arrives at 12.55 P. Mleaves at 1.10 P. M., stops at Middletown, Elizabetown, Mt Joy, Lancaster, Lemon Place Parksburg, Downingtownand all regular Stations: East of D...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 25 October 1859

. . AND*-, .. . _RMBING EAIL ROAD. SUMMER _^ ARRANGEMENT, TWO PASSENGKB ,, TRAINS, LEAVE HARRISBURG _DAICT, (_Stndaya csfeepted:) at 8.00 A. M., and 2.45JP,. M_^'io_^Philadelphia , arriving there at 12.60 ' noon and 7.40 P.. M. ¦ - 'RETURNING , LEAVE PHILADELPHIA at 7.30 A. M.. ridJB.80 P. M., arriving _,t _Harrisbrrg at 12/40 noon and 8.25 P. M. FAMS:—To Philadelphia , _»0 1 Cai-s, $3.25: No. 2 (in dame train,) $2.76. ' _• V \ f *¦ .FARES srr-Tp Reading, $1.60 ana _^ 30 _, =, ,, *At Reading, connect _Mth train* & _Potisviliel\ Miners-Vttle, _Tamaqua_, Catawissa , &c. • ' FOUR TRAINS LEAVE > READING Fl» pott _ABEI, «gA DAU,Yt at6 A. M., 10._J8 A M ,1 2.^^^ OXFiY. TO.. _JJSAVE FHDLADELPHL1 FOR BEADING at 7,8b i u 1.80 P,M..8.80 ' P.;M.; and 4.45 P.M.. **M-> FABE6 ._^Reading to Philadelphia_^1 $1.75 and $1.45. b » JHE MOKNING TRAIN FROM HARRBBURG CON 1 NECTS AT READING with up tram for _Wilkesbarre Pittston and Scran ton. Tor through _licketa and othe...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 25 October 1859

1859.- — - _t1859. _Northern Central Railway I NOTICE. CHANGE OF SCHEDULE. ON AND AFTER MONDAY, MAY ' 2, 1859the Passenger Trains on the Northern Centra Railway will leave and arrive'at _Harrisbnrg as follows_^ SOUTH. * BUFFALO AND NIAGARA EXPRESS. From JJdrrisburg. _, „ , » , From, Baltimore U»veHarrisbVgt 2._454.t M . I Leave Baltimore _S.OO _' f. m. Arrivo in Et_^iimore_.7.16 a.m., | Arrive in _Harrisb'g 7.25p.m NIGHT EXPRESS. horn _Hvmsburg. From Baltimore Leave Harrisburg 7.15 a.m. I Leave Baltimore.. 6.00 p. m, Arrive _uxBalbm'el2J5 p.m. | Arrive inHarrisb'gl0.40P.M MAIL TRAIN. From Harnttonrg. From Baltimore Leave Harrisburg 1.20 p. m. I Leave Baltimore.. 7.30 A. m. Arrivo in Baltimore 6.20p1 .m. I Arrive inHarri3b'gll.50A.M. Ibe only-train'leaving for Baltimore on Sunday will be tnef.l6~.i-H. - - - _^ ORTH . MAIL TRAIN. J From Hdrrvbur g. Mom WUHamsport. * ' Leave Harrisbnrg 12.45 rjt. I LcaveWilliamsport 8.30a.m. _irrJelnWilliamspltS.OOP.M. | ArriveinHarrisb'gl2.50p.K...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 25 October 1859

_COMMONWEALTH _INSTrRAWCB , Company, Union Buildings, Third St., Harrlsburg, _Ba, (C5HARTB5BED CAPITil—_$300.00_p.) _Insnre buildings and 'other property against* loss or dam age by Fjre. Also, against (he Peril* of the Sea, Inland Navigation INTEBEST PAID FOR MONEY. andMransportalica. > > „ • .DIRECTOBS. Simon Cameron, Geo. Be ' rgner W. F. Hurray, Geo.M.Lanman_, BenjaminParke. F._X: Boas' , WilUam Dock, , Wm. H. Eepnor, J. H. BerryhUL EliSlifer, A.BTWarftrd. Jno. B. Packer? J.B.Boyd, i ;¦ .-, OFFICERS. _^ SIMON CAMEBON, President. BENJ.PABKB _. Vjco President _^ .' t , E S. S. OARBIEB. Secretary_^ _* ' rmar_25d&wtf $100 TO $150 PER MONTH. Agents. Wanted in every County in Pennsylvania and New York. HARD TIMES OUT DONE! OLD CLOTH HADE NEW. T> W. & t). D A_.VIS' PATENT CLOTHES JLlJ* ' DRESSING COMPOUND, for coloring and restoring soiled and faded garments to their original _brilliancy. It gives fast colors and a fine lustre to CoatsPantsVests...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 25 October 1859

OH'ATTERTON'a _- ... _DGUBLB THREAD FAMILY _^_MwiSfCf MACHINE. -H I' AV'irS'-- : _+ , PRICE THliRTY DOLLARS. /pHTS-MACHINE issimplo _iri ctonstrno-L -«on, _durabWatad _*ot liable to get out of order, it _use8;the_ thread from the original _SfOolS_). thereby d«(Q_« away with the necessity of re-winding, and sews tight er heavy goods equally well. Those wanting a _Srarlnr Machine are respectful]/ invitet to call 1 at wot _UOfMar ketstreet , _Harrlsburg7" • ' . - , * _prfcdtf

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 25 October 1859

Hints ai _Srond & _atransportatum SHORTEST _TIME AND MOST K . BLIABLE ROUTE JS&BHBilHaiiiSSH TO IVEW, *ORR * '11-?? _Yz iJ!£j&_». PENNS¥_LVMI#._€_ENmiasrfi. B, •t AND CAMDE2N AND AMBOY, OR NEW BRUNS-* WICK R. R. FARE $4.90 OMNIBUS , PAKE THROUGH PHILA.DEL PHIA IN,_CLUDEt>. "PASSENGERS leaving Harrisburg via JL "Pennsylvania Centrarii: : R., arrive in New York as _Miowa, viz: _MOVING HARRISBURG by .FAST LINE at 2.30 a. m., arrive in New York at 1.20 P. m. LEAVING HARRISBURG by EXPRESS _TRAIK at 6 06 a. m. arrive in New York at 8:10 p. M.7 LEAVING HARM8BUBG by MAIL TRAIN at 1.10 P. M. arrive in New York at 10.00 p. m. ALL TRAINS by this route make oloso connections at Philadelphia. PASSENGERS privileged to STOP in Philadelphia and resume their journey at pleasure. A.L.ROUMFOFT, Sup't. East. Div. Penn'a R. R. IRVIN J. CRANE, Ticket _Agent. auelO-dtf-rd-aug23 — --i a&.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 25 October 1859

NATIONAI* SAJPETT TRUST COMPANY-•. CHARTERED _BY THE STATE OF PENNSYtVANU RULES. _^ 1. Money Is received every day, and In any _amoont argeorsmaU. , _%. ITVEPER CENT, is paid for mone} from the day It put in. 8. The money is always paid back in GOLD, whenever it i3 called for, and without notice. . 4. _Moaey is received from. JSxeadonAamMtbraUtr _Guardumsttai others who desire to _bavett ma place of perfect safety, and «her_« interest can _bentatead for It, 6. The money received from depositors is invested in REAL _ESTATF, MORTGAGESGKOUKD RBN1SL and aucb other first class securities as the Charttrdirecte. 6. Offico Hours—Every day from 9 tU16 o _> clook,and on Mondays and Thursdays til 8 o'clock taMh* «venlng. This old and weU _esteblished SAVING FOND has re oelved more than TBN MILLIONS of dollars from nearhr thirty tnouaand de_^_ositort. ¦ > HON. HKNRT L. BENNBR, President. ROBi3STaBLFBIDGB ,_^oePrea lden4 - Wji. J. Bssd, Secretary. Y PIBEOTOBfi. Henry L. Benne...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 25 October 1859

becomes blighted%itfronr own. >">.wij ' .. DR.- JOHNSTON'S ' INVIGORATING _<REHED_7> FOB ORGANIC WEAKNESS- ., By this great and; important remedy, WeaknosSjOf _tho Organs are speedily cured, and full vigor _reatore'd. Thousands of the most nervous and _debilftafexL Who had lost all hope, have been Immediately relieved. Jtll Impediments to Marriage, Physical or _MentalTSsquallfl cation1 Nervous Trembling, Weakness or _ExhausUonrol the most fearful kind, speedily cured. , , TOSTRANGER_8fl ' 'f 'J The many thousands cured at this Institution within the last twelve years, 'and the numerous important Surgica Operations performed by _IJr.jJ._witnessed by Uie re_t porters of the papers, and many other ' persons ' , _noucbs o which nave appeared again: and > again<_before the public , besides his standing as a genaemajiof character and re svonsaaity, ' ia a sufficient guarantee to the'_amictcid Of _disease LUfjiUJjj_^tiiiii-r. wnen tne _misgmaea...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 25 October 1859

, bs_?abl:ishbd 1807. _^ I E _M J_^ _IsT _jvqr > 3 L CELEBBATJED AND KSLIAEtB _PA3WES,COLOES, ZnrCB, _WHTTE LEADS, . f , may be obtained from the PrinciDaJ DHn_^_Afara a _^_issffTt sts_^_SF_^^ D. F. TBEJIANH&OO., _^ Wllltamare_^ . _^S^«« _4 . ' _^ ^""^^r^^_Sr_^ _1__— • '1 . Ba_^_rirt_^_Apri_^l_^g_^_tW5 _^ U-0 _wnx_^^i r_^e vv

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 25 October 1859

FLOUR GROCERY AND PROVISION STOBE!! NO. 106 MARKET STREET, BARRI8BVRG. rpHE SUBSCRIBER having now com' I pleted his arrangements for a constant _snpply of FlourSaint Louis MillsDouble Extra Flourone of the best brands now manufactured in the United • States.— Likewise ..Son them Ohio Star Branda very fine article. These brands are made of the very best, white wheat in the country, and may be relied on aa a superior FAMILY FLOUR. ALSOHosteller's Extra White Wheat Family Tlour, a good article Also, some Qf the best ofgnperflne Dauphin {SSyffl gggygg _^^ _SffSSX _^SS _STt _^ ne " clone, and -»Mi»_aited to be what they are represented. LIKEWISE _fuckwheat Meala very pure and'.fine article ;,Corn Heal, always fresh, Mill Feed, &o., &c.— Corn and Oats, by the bushel, or small measure. FBOYISIONS.—Hams, Dried Boef, a superior article, Tongues, Balognas, &c. FRUITS.—Green ApplesLemons, &o. Dried Fruits; Dried Peaches pareda fine article unpared, Dried- Ap...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 25 October 1859

NEW RAIL ROAD ROUTE FROM HARRISBURG TO NEW YORK. X>Y Lebanon Valley, East Pennsylvania, il Lehigh Valley and Central New Jersey Bail Roads Passlng through Lebanon, Beading, Allentown, Bethl£- hem, Easton and Ellzabethport. Fare Through, between Harrisburg aiid New York jes-ONjer «4r._oo.-=_®_a PASSENGER TRAINS leave Harrisburg daily (Sundays excepted) at 8 A. M reach Beading at 10 A. M , leave at 12 noon, and arrive at'New York at 7 P. H. AFTERNOON TRAIN leaves Harrisburg at 2.45 P. M., reaches Beading at 5 P. II., lodges thereleaves next morning at'6 A. M., and arrives at New York at 12 noon. RETURNINGleaves New York at 11.45 noon, and making close connections with all the above Roadsruns directly_^ through to Harrisburg, arriving fljero at 8.25 P.M. FOR THROUGH TICKETS_.apply at the Depot of tho Lebanon Valley Rail Road in Harrisburg. (Signed) ... " JAMES MOORE. au_«9-dtf Gen. Supt, East Penn'a. _Raxl_^Road.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 25 October 1859

NEW FIRM. NEW GOODS NEW PRICES! _nHHE SUBSCRIBERS ' having succeeded X * _*o the WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERY BUSINESS, of Messrs. GBOSS & KUNKEL_, at WALNUT STREET WHARF, would respectfully announce to (he citizens of Harriabarg-and vicinity, that they, are pro-' pared 10 oiler for _nale.a large and complete assortment ol Groceries, ' Provisions, ' ' ' - Fish, ' _$d t, Grain, Flour, Hopes, in great variety, Gueensware, Faints _Oilsi , > , Fntid, Glass, Nails, Cement, &c., &c Our Large SPKING STOCK,'purchased in Philadelphia and New York, and now arriving, , hast been, selected with much' care, and will 'present great inducements to close buyers. -1 , We intend to keep FIRST-CLASS . GOODS, and WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD, and hope * by honorable ' dealing to ¦merit and receive a share -of. patronage. 4 mar-ii-atr '¦ ¦ ¦ _' •¦¦ A. ROBINSON & CO.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 25 October 1859

LOOK TO YOTJS. INTERESTS _ESC0TJRAGE HOME INDUSTRY , _«BY HAVING ALL TOTJB . PLAIN ANDFANCT BINDING _Ti &NTE at the STAT^? OiiPITAi. . BINi>- JLF BRis 64 Market street, AJTSiO PER CENT. LESS than New *Ork or Phitadelphia . prices ~ whfch will 1Kb bhown by giyj»j; us&caU. -Ihejipsiler stock ana_^wo _manship guarantee d. " t . BUSINESS _MEff, ATTENTION!! _XTERr superiar BllANKBOOKS,. with or f _without _printedlieafljngs , pagedmade to order at 64 Market streetyHaitisburgf Pa. Made to_«any atae or pattern. _and4ik»eh more _safestautial than ctty work. A fair-trial 1* solicited. Full satisfaction guaranteed.- Particular _attention given' to all kinds or County work; Ordersby mail_>proyj_<tly filled. v_, _^ - " XOTEA_^l_^_sa riTTfAndlJieifJarge ana ' JJ_? _veryisupsrjor supply just received by J5 -. i WM. £0CK,sW <

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 25 October 1859

A JSJfiVV _AKRIVAsL OF DRTOS"AWIKPANeY-GOODS JUBT_' BETUENED ' _EROM THE _CTTT! * " ' " _purchased ' forcash: _" tyjzLps _QoiiD iob Cash at Low Prices ! Best Display or Fakct Goods r» Town UhBIVAUKD _ASSOBTMBNT 07 TOIIKT AETIOtBS I _- Willing to maintain feir _prices, bnt nnwllling to be _undersold by a0yjpattie8! ' We' ieel _assureel that we are able to sell everj[- thiog in our line as cheap and as good as «ny other esftiWishnientifi_^h_^plaoe ! - _^ - iiw- _, _-;- _Zv«^ciB'fijBBu(_ifea>&i i - -K .,** . ._„ - . - - . J _t SLWumttt&ILr _t

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 25 October 1859

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 26 June 1860

Tea, Coffee ana Cocoa fop the SicS Tbo much is said _agaiust te& by wise people, and too much of tea is given to the pick by foolish people. When ybii see the natural and almost universal craving in _Pnglish sick for their "tea,1 you cannot but feel that nature knows what she is about. Bat a little tea or coffee restores them quite jis,much asi a great deal, and a _great.deal of tea, and aspeoially of coffee, [_Qjpairs _thaJKttie power of digestion they baV«, Tet the nurse, _becanse she sees how one or twgjcups of tea or coffee restores her patient, thinks that three or four Will do twice_^as much. This is not the case at alb; it is, however, certain, there is nothing yet discovered which is a _subsitute to the English patient far his cup ot tea; he can take it when he can take nothing else, and his.often can't take anything else if he has it not. I should be very glad if one of the._abusers of tea would point out what to give an English patieut after a sleepless nig...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 26 June 1860

Misullaiuans Dyspepsia Remedy DR. DARIUS HAM'S AROMATIC IIS _VIBRATING SPIRIT. Thit Medicine has.-been used by the _j»«Wic' /ar site yeart , with increasing favor. His recommended to Cure ' Dy*ptprui^\erv<ntincss Heart-BurnOolic Pains, Wind in Hit: Stomachor Bi&uinthe Bm&ls. Hradacht, ' _DVmtinm, _Kidnr? _Cton_* ' plaints. _Jjwo Spirits, Delirium. _' _^_"* Tremens, Intemperance. It _SnmjiAMg, _^BXH5i&_4T«s,rJ_^jGORATs», #r WIU KOT ISTOXICATE OB _STUPEPf. ASA qu - _£JL al, _curinj the moat aggravating cases of Dyspepsia, Kidney Complaints, and all other derangements or tbe Stomach and BowelsIn a speedy manner It will instantly revive the most melancholy and drooping spirits, and restore the weak, nervous and wickly to healthstrength [and vigor. ¦¦ Persons who, from the injudicious use or liquors, _Lure become dejectedand Jheir nervous systems sbatt/red, constitutions broken down, and subject to that horrible curse to humanity, ttfe _.Deorhjm Tbk...

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