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THE COLUMBIAN, BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
K1UIIAY MOn.MMCI, JiOV. IS, 180.
T- THE COLIMIUAN lia. fit Large.!
ClrritUllun In Columbia anil adjoining
count!., nf any paptr publl.lml licrr, anil
I. al,o n much larger .li.et than an)- of
lt.cotcmporarle. anil Is Hie re fore Hie lic.l
mrilliim for advertising In fills .tcllnn of
"Wu nro Indebted to n friend who has
been sojourning In Europe, for n copy of
the Loudon Timet or Aug. titn. 'una
number wrw Issued vending tho consid
eration of tlio Ucform Hill In Purlin
ment,nud several articles In It nro devot
ed to tho discussion of that measure,
nnd particularly to tho amendment pro
posed by Lord Calms, In tho Houo of
Lords, to secure minority ropresenta
First, Is an elaborato letter from the
New York correspondent or llio 'Junes
containing extracts from Mr. Uucka
low's speech of 11th of July (on Cumu
lative Voting) nnd using tho facts
therein to refute certain assertions made
by Mr. Bright In regard to tho practi
cal working of tho American represen
Next, Is given an ablo artlclo by M.
Provost Paradol (a distinguished French
writer) in review and commendation of
the Cairns amendment.
Jlcsldes, the lending editorial article
Is devoted to tho Reform 13111 and ton
vigorous support of an amendment,
which, having been adopted by tho
llouo of Lords was then pending in
tho House of Commons. And tho ex
pressions of opinion In America nnd
Franco In favor of tho prlnclplo of tho
amendment nro referred to with much
of enmcstness nnd satisfaction as sus
taining tho position which hadbecn tak
en by tho Times.
So much for tho particular number of
this great paper which wo liavo before
us. Hut this number does not measure
tho extent of support given by the
Times to this question of electoral re
form. Tho London Spectator asserts
that tho Times was more thoroughly in
earnest upon tho occasion of tho Cairns
amendment than It had been at any
tlmeslnco tho Crimean war, and the
articles which havo been republished
from ltd columns In this country go far
to sustain this statement. Day after
day It directed vigorous logic and ex
hortation to members of Parliament,
nnd to tho public in behalf of tho dis
franchised electors of England, and an
swered effectually tho arguments of the
cnomlos of progress. And It had good
eauso for exultation at tho final result
reached upon tho 8th of August. At
tho evening session of that day tho
House of Commons approved tho
amendment by a majority of 19 and
made it Irrevocably a part of tho Bill,
thus vindicating a prlnclplo of Justlco
and sound policy In representative gov
ernment which will, io doubt not,
hereafter obtain general acceptance.
Tho Cairns amendment Is, "that at
a contested election for any county or
borough, represented by three members,
no person shall vote for more than tico
candidates." It was adopted by tho
Houso of Lords, on 30th of July, by a
voto of 142 to 51, and concurred In by
tho IIouso of Commons, Aug. 8th, by a
voto of 253 to 201. Its effect will bo to
glvo representation to minorities in
three-cornered constituencies j that Is,
tho majority will elect two members
and tho minority one. Thus as to tri
angular districts, or districts electing
threo members of Parliament, tho samo
Jesuit will be obtained that would bo
obtained by cumulatlvo voting. It Is
not as perfect a echemo as tho latter,
but It accomplishes tho saino purposo
In tho particular districts to which it is
THE VOTE IN THE GREAT
Thk opposition havo for years laid
claim to all tho wealth, morality, and
Intelligence as belonging to their party,
nnd this has not been without Us lnllu
enco upon certain classes of persons,
young and old, so that wo frequently
find, especially tho young, abandoning
the faith of their Fathers, for no other
reason. It Is mi much without founda
tion us theirclnim to all tholoyalty and
patriotism, but our present object is to
call attention to tho votout the lato elec
tion, in the four seaboard cities. It Is
well known that there is always more
wealth, intelligence and and refinement
in the cities than in the country, though
thero may bo also moro vice.
J)em ocrailc. Jtudical.
Now York, 85,809. 25,010.
Philadelphia, 52,074. 411,087.
Baltimore. 19,'JU. 4,8(30.
Boston. 1,483 maj.
Making a Democratic majority of 77,
100. Let us hear no more about "all tho
smart peoplo belonging to our party,"
and especially not now, sinco tho N. Y,
Tribune admits that your only hope of
balvatlon depends upon tho enfranchise
ment of brutalized blacks, so ignorant
that they cannot remember their own
names, only recently given to them.
Thk Mutual Life Inbuiuxw: Co.,'
of New York, has enjoyed for somo
time tho reputation of being tho for
most Company In tho United States,
but tho figures In tho annexed tablo
show thnt It is tho largest In tho world.
Tho Scottish Widows' Fund lms hereto
foro been claimed by Great Britialu as
tho largest mutual Insuranco corpora
tion In existence Tho tablo will ex
SCOTTISH WIDOW' KIWI), rOUNDEl)
Cnxh Assets $22,000,000
Annual Revenue 3,000,000
Dividend Mny 4th, 1807, for
soven years 4,170,018
NEW JIU6INEK3 IN 1800.
Amount Insured o,160,(K)0
Premium Receipts 201,50(1
Amount Insured 70,000,000
THE MUTUAL I.IFK Of NEW VOllK,
rOUNUKD IN 1813.
Cash AhhCts 23.000.000
Annual Rovcnuo 8,000,000
Dividend Feb. 1st 1807, for
one year 2,121,000
NEW I1USINESS IN 1NW.
Amount Insured 01,875.000
j'remium iicccipts .,17U.
Amount Insured 150,000,000
The Mutual Life, In amount of an mi
ul revenue lias au excess of ICC per cent
Tho Mutual Life, In now policies In
16(30, lias an oxcess of 800 per cent. John
O. Frcczo Is agent for tho Mutual Life
t'ompauy, ut Bloomsburg, Pa.
Raid Judgo Agnow's decision In an
THE BASTILLE BUSINESS.
It lmibccn suggested that a conven
tion of thn.o Illegally Imprisoned dur
ing the Lincoln rolgu behold on tho 21
of February next, for tho purpose nf
concerting some lit wims of ivdrc,and
drawing up a catalogue of "loyal" out
rages to be published In form of Mileiim
manifesto to tho world, Alrendysover
al communication havo appeared upon
the subject one of ability In these col
umns nmt the probabilities are strong
ly lufavorof the convention being held.
In such ihso its manifesto will bo read
with interest by nil who linto oppress
ion. Imagine Garibaldi twirling ids
grizzled mustache over It. Abroad,
too, us ono wrong Is pretty suro to bring
another In Its train, it may lead to a
new prejudice ngainst republicanism,
but here, whom wo understand the
matter better, wlllnrou?e, If wo do not
mistake, a very sulllclcnt wrath against
thc-o "loyal" doctrines, which, llko
tho word Itself, cannot eo-exist with a
But, to return to tho subject matter of
this convention, it nmy bo stated that
Mr. Justlco Mlllfr, of tho United States
Supremo Court, has Just decided that
while Congrc-s may protect olllclal per
sons ngnlnt prosecution by an act of
Indemnity, thero is no power In that
body to validate tho unlawful acts of
such person". In two words, therefore,
while tho "loyal" punUher may bo safe,
the "loyal" punishment Is altogether
null and void. Thus If flue has been
inflicted, that lino may bo recovered
though thoo inflicting may not bo
amenable for Us Imposition. Tho cun
ning act, therefore, of March of this
year, whereby Congress nought to pro
tect Its ban-dogs as well as vnlldato
their deeds, is of doubtful nvnll as to
the protection and of no value whntso
everas to tho legalization. Hear Mr.
Justice Miller upon tho matter: "As
" to this point" (validation) "tho law
" Is unconstitutional, undoubtedly so.
" No clearer case of an ex post facto law
"could bo framed Us effect Is to hold
"In confinement men Tor offences not
" punishable by any law at tho tlmo of
" their commission, and to detain them
"In a servitudo imposed by a court
"which had no jurisdiction to try
Mr. Justice M., being of very pro
nounced rtadical politics, tho fact of his
having thus decided Is very fair ovi
denco that his view of tho ease would
be sustained in the Supremo Court on
full bench. And whether so sustained
or otherwise, tho fact now Is that the
Justice's decision as abovo quoted In
petto (to bo found in full In tho matter
of Win. Murphy), is tho law of tho
cae, nnd that at this moment any man
held at hard labor, or Imprisoned, or
lying out of his money, as having been
fined, or in any other way under pains
otherwise than by scntenco of a lawful
court, Is under such pains without any
warrant therefor, and Is entitled to im
mediate release, We, therefore, havo
it to trust that tho President will forth
with order such nn investigation into
tho records of tho " Bureau of Military
Justice," and other pcstlfcrious loyal-
ism, as may reveal tho names and
whereabouts of all persons held "by
authority" with tho specific warrant in
each caso of such detention. It is truo
that In tho whirl ofovents that havo
sublimed a turnkey into n martyr, thero
has been a very general jail delivery of
thoso wrongly held, but stjll It may bo
that thero nro some drum-head senten
ces In force, and were it only ono man
who suffers, his case demands immedi
ate relief. Let us havo tho Investlgn-
tion.-A. 3'. World.
THE l'EDCSTltlAN AND HIS WAGEU.
Edward Payson Weston, tho pedes
trian, Is twenty-eight years of age,
weighs somo 135 pounds, Is of light,
complexion, nnd has a pleasant expres
sion of countenance, without developing
any particular characteristics. Ho has
undertaken a Journoy of twclvp hun
dred and twenty-six miles, on a wager
of $10,000. Tho starting point was
Portland, nnd tho ending Chicago. Ho
Is attended by John Grindell, n well-
:nown pedestrian, nnd Edward Ingnllsj
and Mr. T. F. Wilcox, tho other party
to tho wager, is represented by Benja
min M. Curtis nnd John T. Laphen.
Tho latter gentlemen go over tho route
with Weston, but rldo in a carriage.
Messrs. Grlndbll nnd Ingnll aroalsoal-
owed that prlvllego when they desire.
Weston wears a bluo sack coat, short
breechoscloso to tho skin, red socks, nnd
gnlter shoes reaching well nbovo tho
ankles. Upon his head ho has a hut
nearly white, mado of cloth, tho rim
of which was buttoned nt the top from
foursides. In bis hand ho carries a rut-
un stick. Ills gait is easy nnd his
Tho utmost earo is taken to preserve
his health. Ho eats sparingly of eggs,
chicken, beefsteak and stalo bread;
drinks cold ten, sleeps on husks nnd ex
pects to accomplish bis Journey by tho
26tlilnst.j or rather ho has that period
In which to nccomplls'i it. Tho fact is
ono that will tax tho courageous pedes
trian, and If ho accomplishes it,tho sum
named Is nono too much for compensa
tion. Since tho Negroes and Radicals, by
tboaid of Federal bayonets, havo se
cured iilltlio Southern Conventions,
they seem to.coulemiilnto carryingjiut
their measures wltii a lilgh hahd. 'Tho
Alabama Ncgropliolltcs, for instance.
havo resolved In convention to dlrfran
chhe all who do not vote, and all who
vote uyalnst them ! Wo commend this
to our legislators North. It Is nn easy
way to get ltd of opposition. What a
free, happy country wo live In, to bo
suro! A sovereign Stalo Is placed In
the hands of degraded, brutalized no.
groes, who at onco disfranchise all who
do not vote, or who voto against them,
This Is tho fruit of Radical rcconstriiC'
tion, for this wo fought, for this wo
pay millions In taxes, and yet men
are found In our midst so slavish as to
endorsu It, O shame, whero is thy
BlU'Oltr. tlio electionsjust held, mine
on, Radicals overywhero wero talking
of the importanco of tho results, and
urging tho necessity fornctlvoexertlon
In order that Congress might bo sus
tallied, tho President rebuked, and radl
cal measures triumph.
Now, tho elections having gone over
whelmlngly against tho party In power,
thoy coolly turn round and, like Mr
Toots in tho novel, sny "It'n of no con
sequenco!" Oh 1 no, of course not
But If they hurt been ugulust the do
mocracy, then tho lesson taught would
huvo been of tho first Iniportauco. They
had better own up beat, and retire to
the head waters of Hnlt River.
IMPORTANT DECISION IN THE
Titncaso of Mary Miles ngainst tho
West Chester Railway Company, In the
Supremo Court, came up day beforo
yesterday, and Judgo Agnow gave nn
opinion that will lie found Interesting.
The case was one where tho plaintiff
claimed Unit tho was ousted from her
seat In a car on the said road, and ejected
from the train on account of her color.
Hho gained her cause in tho lower East
ern courts, but defendants carried it to
tho Supremo Court. The following Is
Ills admitted noouo can bo excluded
from n carrhtgo by u public carrier on
account of color,rellgloiH bellcf,pollttcnl
or religious prejudices. Hut the defend
ants asked tho com t to say If tho sent
which the pUilntllf was directed to tako
was In nil respects n comfortable, safe
and convenient scut, not inferior In tiny
respect to the ono sho was directed to
leave, she could not recovor. The case
therefore Involves no assertion of the
Inferiority nf the negro to tho whlto
passenger. Tho simple question Is,
whether the public carrier mny, In the
exerclso of his prlvato right of property
sepnrato passengers by nny other well
defined characteristic than that of sex.
Tho right of the carrier to separate
tho passengers is founded on two
grounds his right to prlvato property
us n means of conveyance, and tho public
Interest. Tho prlvato means he uses
belong wholly to himself, and Implies
tho right of control for tho protection of
his own interest as well as tho perfor
mance of Ills public duty. It Is not an
unreasonable regulatl in to scat passen
gers sons to preserve order nnd decorum
and prevent contact and collision. If
tho grounds of regulation bo reasonable,
courts of Justlco cannot luterfero with a
carrier's right of private property. Tho
right of a passenger isouly that of being
carried safely and with ft duo regard to
ills comfort nnd convenience, which nro
promoted by n sound nnd well regulated
separation of passengers.
Who would maintain that cither at
an inn or on n vessel It is a reasonable
regulation to compel the passengers,
black nnd white, to room or bed togeth
er? If o right of prlvato property Im
plies no right of control, who shall de
cide a contest between passengers for
scats and berths?
Why tho Creator mado ono black and
tho other white Is not known, tho fact
Is apparent nnd tho races distinct. Con
ceding equality with natures as perfect
and rights nssacrcd, yet Ood lias mado
them dissimilar, and imparted to them
features of character Intended to imply
that they shall not overstep tho natural
boundaries ho has assigned to them.
The natural law which forbids their in
termarriage and the social amalgama
tion which leads toftcorruption of races,
Is clearly divine. Tho separation of tho
white and black race.1, on the surface of
tho globo Is a fact equally npparont
Thu right of each to
bo freo lrom socinl contact Is as clear as
their right to lio freo from inlcrmar
riago We, there
fore, declaro a right to maintain sep
arate relations as far as Is reasonably
practicable but in n spirit of kindness
nnd charity, with ilue regard to equality
From tho opinion delivered in 1837,
by tho lato Judgo Gibson, it nppcars
that tho status of tho negro never fell
wltlilu tho term "Ircemen," nnd that
tlio emancipation act of 1833did not ele
vate him to n citizenship in the State.
In 183S, tho peoplo of the common
wealth, by an express amendment of
their Constitution drew tho lino directly
between the whlto citizens and the black
inhabitants of the State, it Is clear,
therefore, that under its Constitution
ho white and black man stand in sep
arate relations. Never has there been
an intermixture of tho two races soclnl-
y, politically, civilly or religiously.
Following theso grounds wo art com
pelled to declaro that at tho tlmo of tho
alleged Injury thero was that natural,
legal and customary difference between
tho black and the whlto passengers In a
public eonvoyance,tho subject of a sound
egulatlon, to secure order, promote
comfort nnd preserve tho peace. Tho
defendants wero, therefore, entitled to
nn affirmative answer to tho points ro
cited In tho opinion.
Judgment reversed. Venire facias de
novo awarded. Pittsbury l'ost.
3tr. Tiiaddkuh Sti;vi:ns' Confisca
tion Hill Hums to bo bomowlmt unpopu
lar lu hid own party. Tho "old war
lorfao" Miorts out u duflnneo and nays:
Tlio tlmo for confiscation billd, was
during tho war, when they could ho
of uo iu pruvt.'iiting men from going
into tho rebellion, but to think of pass
1 ing such a measuro now, was sheer
1 folly and nonsense. Jf the nryroen of
' the South wanted huuL let them work
for . Protty good that! Now if
tho party will only abolUh tho Freed
meis Hurcau and let them havo a
chance, perhaps they will work.
"NVj; nro at length gratified to find ono
man In tho Ratllcal party who has tho
courago to Hpeak out and avow tho prin
ciples of that party. It rounds well af
ter tlio latoclectlons. lieu, "Wado states
positively and with no attempt at ova-
bion that "wo arc committed to tho doc
trlno of universal suffrage, and no man
U a Republican who'would desert It
If that had only been fully understood
by tho peoplo of Pennsylvania at tho
recent election, tho result would havo
shown a Democratic majority of thirty
Tin; peed sown by Hunuicutt and U
crew Is already bearing n forced fruit.
Whllo In mot other parts of tho South
tho temper of tho freedmen i." qulto sur
prisingly commendable, In Richmond
wo find ono LewU Llndhay declaring,
In an altogether needles hypothesU,
that "before any of hN children should
buffer for food, tho streets of Richmond
Miould run kneo-decp in blood. Ho
thanked Ood tho negroes had learned
to ii) swords and guns." It seems,
then, that negroes can bo demagogues
as well at whites. ThU fellow's ravings
nro as toneless as thoso of Bommes or
Jt'Cartle. Hunnleutt's needless sujipo
sltlon and prophecy wero, that "if tho
aassln's dagger should reach Iilm,moro
than ono whlto man Mould fall that
day." Hut LewIsout-HerotUlIunnlcutt.
If ho does not waste Ids tlmo In gratui
tous speech whero no hat Is pus.-cd
around for pennles(nnd will tloeach day
a good day's work, ho need not fear Ids
children's starving. A. J . Junes,
Fuom Richmond wo learn that tho
trial of Jelf Davis will commoncoon the
20th iust.. and that tho Jury will bo
f mostly compoicd of black.
Tin: Elections. Tho returns wo
ga vo last week are so nearly correct that
wo hnvo but few changes to make. Our
majority In Now York Is between 45,
000 nnd 00,000 with n majority on Joint
ballot In tlio Legislature of 25.
In Maryland our majority Ii over 40,
000, and wo elect every officer voted for
In tho State. This shows what n freo
State can do when released from bayon
Tho popular majority In New Jersoy
is 13,000, nnd wo havo ono majority In
Senate, and 30 In tho lower House.
In Wisconsin wo havo gained fifteen
members in tho Legislature, nnd n llko
gain In tho popular voto will glvo us
tho Slate next year. Fnlrchlld, Radical,
Is elected Governor of tho Stnto by n
majority of about l,noo.-a Radical loss of
nearly twenty thousand on last year. Tho
Radical majority In 1800 was 23,007.
Tho Democracy havo now four out of
the six Congressional districts a gain
of three, Tho other Stales nro substan
tially as wo reported them.
The New York Tribune says: "Hu
man life In Now York Is too short for
anybody to rend five columns of the
J'rcss." It therefore reduces Forney's
"points" to these; "1. Gen. Grnnt suc
ceeded Mr. Stanton ns Secretary of
War j this being an act of "raro sagacity
and courage.' 2. Gen. Rowling believes
In Grant. 3. E. B. Washburno believes
In Grant. 4, Senator Thayer, of Nebras
ka, believes In Grant. 0. 'Several gen
tlemen nnmcd In connection with tho
Presidency' havo promised to voto for
him. C. What his principles nro Is no
body's business." As a conclusion it
remarks: "Grant mny bongood Repub
lican, but wo nro not satisfied with his
WiLKEs-llAitm:, Pa., Novcmder
12. Tho execution of Nenl Devaney,
aged, 21 years, for tho murder of his
wife, Catherine Dovnnoy, near Hazlo
ton, Luzerne County, Pa., In July last,
took place nt 1 o'clock r. si. in tlio jail
yard nt Wllkes-barre. Two or threo
hundred peoplo wero present In the
yard,und at least 6,000 people surround
ed the Jail, covering the house-tops,
trees, and every available resting place.
Ho confessed ills guilt on tho scaffold,
saying: "Gentlemen, I tun guilty.
Domlnlck Toomey swore falsely. Ho
sworo my life away. I forgive every
body. I forgivo Toomey too."
Wheat per lus,hel
Flour per barrel
Sides nnd Hhnuldcr. ..
Irfud per iiound ,
Huy per ton
Hemloek Hoards per thousand feet
l'lno " " " (ono Inch) ..
Joist, Reuniting, riank, (Hemlock)
Shingles, No. 1 per thousand
, 1 IU
, It 00
. 7 ()
, 2 (O
. 15 00
. $10 00
... 8 00
... 7 00
. 18 00
Thuiwday, November 1I1M17.
Northwestern superflno nt
Pennsylvania and Western superfine.
Pennsylvania nnd Western extra
Pennsylvania nnd Western family
Pennsylvania and Western funey
Hye Hour ,
Wiibat Pennsylvania red, lms
southern " "
HYtf Pennsylvania rve. w lms
Cokn Yellow, "
Pkovisions Mess Pork, V hid
.Mess lleef, "
Dressed IIors, 7S lb
Hmokcd Hams "
" Shoulders TS lb
Lfiril T II,
Hf.kps Cloerseed Vhus
Cattle Iieef cnttlo lb
8HKKP V lb
IIOOS (1 100 Us .
IKILKIl MANNINO At tho rnrsonace. In Or
rangeMUe, ny Iter. Nattinnlei hpear, l. M. Iko
ler.ol Mt, Pleasant to illaa Arunndn Munnlni?,
IlATl-IIor.MAKi;n-On tho Oth Inht., by tho
Hannah hhoemakcr, nil of Uloonibburg.
MIUd:n-FKTTKltMAN-On the 10th lnsl.t by
me iiev, wm. j. i;yer,5ir. win, a. .Miller, and
MlssHarnli C. Fetterman, both of Locnst twp.,
Columbia co., pa.
CONNELLY-HANDKUH-At tho residence of
JncoobDeltrlck, in lterwlck,on theevenlnn of
N oMmbtrM, by It. H. Eaton, Knq Alem M.
Connelly, nnd Mr. .Mary Juno Hunders nil of
HTIiWAUT In OrniiBevllle, on tho Dili lnst., Jen-
uiu ji, uuuKuicroi a. i. uiui Finney niewan,
aged 11 ycuis, 1 month nnd i tlayn.
lUUtl NK-In nioomshurgon the Sth Inst.,Mnrln ,
wife of Dcnnhiou Urlnk, aged 35 years,
IlKOIIU In Greenwood twp., on Monday even
Ins last, Abraham IliTKer, uaed 57yeurs.
1IKNUY In nioomMmri,', mi theiom Inst., after
n IhiRcrlne lllneHs, Mis Iteucccu Jlenry, iikciI 61
Iron in tho Blood.
Tho necessity of a due proportion of Iron lu tho
Mood 1 well known to nil medical mon; when
It becomes riducedfrom nny cnuso whatovcr, tho
wholo systemHiirTers, tho weakest part being first
nltncked, and a feeling of languor, lassitude, nnd
"all goneness' pervades tho system. Stimulants
only nfTord temporary relief, and havo the sumo
cfl'eet ns giving n tired horso tho whip Instead of
oats. Ihn trim n-nndv Is to hiinolv thn hlon.1
with the necessary fuauttty olrou. ThlacKnrbo
a protected solution of tho protoxide ot Iron, which
is so prepared that It assimilates nt onco with tho
blood,glvlng strencth, rigor and new llfo to tho
To tiiko medlrlno tocuro dlsensefl oernslonedhy
1 n deficiency of I hum in thk II loo it. without rc
torlnn It to tho Nykiem.U like trylnR to repair u
building when the foundation is gone.
An eminent divine hnyst "I have been mlim
thu PrituviANKYitui for somo tlmo nasi! UhIvcm
mo new lgor, lmouncy ufoplrlts, clnhtlclty of
I 111! "I'll',
Pamphlets containing certincatcs of cures, mid
rccooinu ndations fioni somu of tho moKt cml
nent physlclnns, elerKymeu and others, will bo
miii uiu hi iiiii limn
Tho uenulno has "I'kkuviam Bvnui'" blown In
J, i, iTopneior,
No, &0 L)ey ht Nvw VorU.
Sold by all Druggists,
Tor nil tho Protean forms of Dlsea&o originating
such as Salt ltheum, Cancer. Consumption, de.,
there is nothing eau equal the purifying ttlects
or lodlno when mimiuutercd lh u pure state.
DU. II. AN DEI W IODINE WAT EH
Is n pure solution of Iodine dissolved In water,
without u -olvent. and Is the best remedy for
Scrofula and kludrod dlseascg over discovered.
36 Dey Street, Now York.
Hold by Drugs Ists gencrly,
TO CONRUM!TIVES,-The Hey. Edward A.
WiUon will send (free of elm r go) to ull whoilesire
It, tho prescription wlththedlrectlons for making
and liking tha simple renmly by which howus
tuicd of u luugallt-ctlou nnd thai dreaded disease
CouHiimptlon. Ills only object is to benefit the
nlUlelid.uud ho hojH's Mry sullerer will try this
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mySrC7-ly, Williamsburg, Kings co N, V,
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the skin, leu fug tho samo soft, clear, and beauti
ful, can be obtained wlthoutcharge by addressing
TUOH. V. CHAPMAN, Chemist.
irvlS'CT, Urodwsy,Ncw York.
T H. 1HJRSEL.
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amine for yourselves,
Hlmii Urst t.oor Iieluw Ihe Tost OAtce Main
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HOLDlUIW AND SAILORS OIU'UANS.
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HUllMCUIITION ONH POM.AH,
THK WASHINGTON LIBKAKY CO.
in vihtui: or Taunt ciiautiui,
ACCOKDANCE WITH ITS PUOVISIONS,
Tuuni: Ht'NmtiiD thousand ikuxaks
On Wednesday, Wi of January, next,
AT I'mLADKU'HIA, 1A.,
tut at Tiin Institute, riverside, j
Schedule of Prescixta
1 Present, worlh
1 Pieaent, woith
1 Present worth . ,
1 Present, woith
1! Presents, worth j'-ViOO eeel
1 Present, valued at
2 Presents, valued at SIj.UW each
1 Present, valued nt
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2 PresentN, valued al J.OOtieach
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S Presents, valued at .'lOOeach
10 Presents, alufd nt ItnOench ,
3 Presents, valued nt iVieach
011 I'rpscnls. vnlnnl nt. eHch
... lo.i mo
M Presents, alued at fOOeach - ll.Oirt
AO PresentH, valued nt 7"ench h,TA
IW 1'reseiitn, valued at l"0eaeh , hi.ouo
2) Pi esents, valued at 75 each 1,-Vi0
10 Present a, valued at each
Tho remaining Presents consist of articles
of tisoiiud value, uooeitalulnir to thodlf
fusion of Lllemtiuunnd Klna Arts J)2,000
jjaen eenincatoorMtocK w aecompanieu wun a
iiEAUTirui hTi:i:iPi.ATi; i:nouavin
worth more at retail than tho cost of Certlllento,
nnd also Insures to the holder a 1'renenl In tho
SUHSCIUPTION ONE DOLLAR
Anv nerson i-endinc us Ono Dollar, or ravine
tno snmo 10 our ioc ii iiKeniK, vwi icteivo imme
diately uflneHteel Plat'ennrainK,ntehoicofrom
too following list, ami oneceruueau oi kiock, in
Miring ono piesmt in our GltKAT DISTUIIIU
One Dollar Jlnyrtnings,
No. 1 "Mi Child! Mv Child I" Xo.3-"Thi'V,r
Saved 1 They're Saved !' No. 3 "Old Seventy
slxj or tho liirly Days of tho lleolutlon,"
Any ierson paying two dollars will receive
cither of tho following lino steel plates, nt choice,
anu iwo cenincnics oi biock, inus uccoining en-
IIIICU lO lU ptiL'Ult,
3Tico Dollar Engraxinys,
No. 1 "Washlncton'H Court shin." No.2-"VhsU'
lngton's Ijist Interview with his Mother,"
Three Dollar Jbigraitngs.
Anv nersnn navlna three ilollars will reeclvo
thobtrnutlfulMeel plate of "Home from tho Wnr,"
nnd threo certilh-ates of Ktodc, becoming entitled
io inrct prcsi'ins.
J-mr Dollar cngrailngi.
Anv norson navinc four dollars shall receive
the liirizn unit ltt'iLiititul Meel iiiatn of "The Perils
of Our 1'orefnthers," and foureertltlcatesof stock.
cnmiiug inein io iour prebeuis.
rue Dollar Engravings.
Anv nerson who nnvs flvo dollars hhnll lecelve
mo iiirno uno fpiciiuui nicui umuui
"Tin; MAitniAGi; or Pocahontas,"
ondFlvoCertUlcaUsofHtocl;, entitling them to
t lve i-itseulM,
Tlin 1'ncrniylii'" nod Cprtlllcetes will bo deliv
crtd u cachMibscTiU-r nt our ln-al Agencies, or
ny cxprisH uh may uo oruemi.
HOW TO OUTAIN MUAHDJ AKD KNGHA'
Send onlers to us by mall, enclosing fioin 31 to
either by Pont Otllco orders or In ft n-gtstered
letter, nt our risk. I-irger amounts bhould bo
hunt by draft or express.
10 shares with Engravings,.., m 9v.i&
25 Mhares with Knyravlngs 10.5
CO shares with Engravings 404
75 sharoH with Engravings,. C0.S
100 shares with i:ngra ings, , D0.0I
Ixjcnl AGENTS AVANTED throughout the Unl
the liivr.nsiDi: institute,
Kltuato at Itlverslde, Ilurllngton county, New
.lerhcy. Is founded for the purpose of gratuitously
mi ti nf thn Hnlti'd HtatPR.
'1 ho Hoard of Trusties consists of tho follow Ins
well-known eltUcns of Pennsylvania, nnd New
Hon. Wm, II. Mann, District Attorney, rhtlad-
lion. Lewis It, Ilroomnll, Ex-Chief Coiner U. ti,
Jliui, ami lu'coruer oi lict'tn, ruiiaueipum.
Hon. James M, Scovel, Now Jersey,
1 Ion. W. W. War'. New Jonev.
Henry Gorman, Eq., Agent Adants Hxpress,
J. i:. Coo, Eh(., of Joy, Cop A Co., Philadelphia.
TllKAHt'KY IKI'AItTi:Nr, Washinuion, D. C
April 13, 17.-Oiilco of Internal Ueenuoi-Hnv.
lng received bailsfactory evidence that the pro
ceeds of tho enterprise conducted ny tho nnh
lngton Library Company, will bo dooted t
churltublo lues, pernibrtlon Is hereby granted to
suhl Company to conduct fcuch enterprise exempt
fiom all ehnrge, whether from special tax or
E. A. U0ELIN8, Commissioner,
Tlio Association hno nppolnted ns Ttecelvers.
.-lCHhrH. liFOIIOK A. UlUhK Ci U'O., WUOMH BI
knou u Inteirrllv and buhlnekM nxnerlenco will bi
n miftlcieiit tiuarniilen tbaL thn moncv Intrusted
to them will be promptly iipplivd to tho purpose
Pmi-Aniai'HiA, Pa., Mny 3D, 1SC7.
To the Officers ami Members o the Washington JA
Irary (v.. ff, a. HEAD, bveretary,
Oeutlemeni On receipt of your favor of tho
15lh Inst., notifying us of ourappotntment on Uo
celvers for your Company, wo took tho liberty U
submit n copy or our Charter, with ft pmu
your enterprise, to tho hlghcfct legal authority of
tho Stale, nnd having received Ida favoruble
opinion in regard to U legality, nnd sympathis
ing with the benevolent object of your Ausocla
tion, vim the education and luaintenauco of tk
orphan children of our soldiers and sailors nt th
IUvcrddo Institute, we have concluded to accent
thtrtiBt,andtoueour best efforts to promote
so Worthy an object,
llenpectfully, yours, Ac,
GEO, A. COOKE A C,
Address nil U tiers nnd orders to
OEO, A, CCOKE A CO., liANKEttS,
33 South Third Street, Philadelphia, r.
Hecehers forlhoyashlngton Library Co,
Authorized Agent for Dloonuburg and vicinity,
Nov. 15, 1M7,
OVEH ConUChcapat Chemheklins'
CtoUUng tttoio. 40-5m.
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lead, stone, oihe, or drab to suit tho tasto
of tho consumer. It Is valuable for houo, bums,
fences, agricultural implements, cnrrlago nnd
car-makers, pulls nnd wooden-ware, catnns,
metal and shluglo roots, (It being fire nnd water
proof), bridges, burial onsen, canal boats, ships
and ships bottoms, lloor oil cloths, (ono Mnnu
f.icturer having used 5WW bbls. the past yea.,) and
ns n paint for any purjoso 1 unsurpassed fur
oouy, inirnoiuiy, ciasnciiy, mm nuiiohivencss.
Price til per bbl., of 3U0lbs., which will supplyn
farmer for vears In come. Warranted lu nil cases
as above. Send for a (Ircular, which gles full
riarticuinrs, nne genuino unless branded lu n
rado mark flrntlon Mineral Paint, Address
mami;i. iiidw i;li,, Proprietor,
(sei(('(t7-lm, lill Pearl st., New York.
HIC'IIKST MAN IX
EXTUACT OF A LKTTEH KKOM HAItOS SoiJMON
'Aitis, Sth April, 1S01, 23 Huo rauby, St. Ilonoro
Will you lo kind enouch tA havo forwarded to
me here imbottles of Your Indian Liniment ! if
ou will send at Ihosnmo tlmotho account, I will
forwani j ai ino nmouni mrougn .Mesirs.iieimoni
A. Co., New YorA".
ltaron Holomon Hnthschltd havliii; recommend-
rs) to mnnvofhls frleuds Major LANE'S MM
MENT, and they being desirous to procure it. lie
should ndvlfO him to estnbllsh n depot lu Paris.
THE INDIAN LINIMENT,
Ah ft relief, ever rendy ns n killer of pnln, tnken
luunidly, or outwaidly nppllcd, has no equal,
Por the relief and euro of Ilheumutlcnnd Neural
Ldo AMectlons. Snralns. llrnises. etc.. it Is un
equalled. It Is also most efllcaclous, tnken in
naiuiy. in iiiueiui'tu i. imivrii, ciuiiijif uuu i hiiih
In tho Stomanh, Diarrhoea, liysenlerv, Cholera
Morbus, Cholera Infantum, etc., nnd Is without
exception tlio mont wonderful Panacea tho world
atlurds. No Enmlly should I hi without it. Every
'lrucler bv land or sen Miould hn en bottle. Mi-
nets nnd runners icsidiiig at n disiuueo irom
Physicians shoutd keep It constantly on hand.
Incase of Accidents, and sudden attacks of Stom
ach Complaints, It value cannot be estimated.
jiimilrofor Jlajor llanos Indian lammctit, and
tako no olher. Price.Wcts. per bottle. For sale
at wholesale nnd retail by Demas Hamea etc. Co..
'11 Park How, N, Y., dale etc. Hoblnson.lMlOreen-
wicu.st v, v.; i , i , wens v ro., iyj i- unon-si.,
N. Y.i Chns. N. trittenden,:Wbth Ave., P. Y and
by lespectablo Druggists throughout tho world.
None genuine unless signed by John Thos. lane,
and countersigned by J. I'.ljuie , Co.,Pionrlelois
lul Hro.idvay, N. Y. i-Seud tor Circulnrs.
SONKUMPTION OAX BE CUHKI).
THE 'I HUE KEMEDY AT LAST DISCOVEIt
. Ul'HAM'S 1H1II MEAT (THE, prepared
from tho formula of Prof, Tunnsenu f Paris,
n... Ii,i,.i.,.i,II,.ii t nun llknmnu ltw.ylilll
Dyspepsia, Maiasmus, (leneral Deb'lllty and nil
uioi oiu eouuiiions oi uiu ucpi'iiucui on
ib tlclencv of ital force. Ills lileiisimt to taste
iiorla Kliiuln bolt In will convince Iho most Mkentt-
cal of Its Irluens tho great healing remedy of the
age. ei a nouie,oi'Fix ooines mr j.. rtiuoy i.x
hlladclnhlu.nnd I'Llmlpal brufitjlsl, Cliculurs
T ADIKS A- OKNTLKMKX.
1 J You can hnu a beautiful Cnrd Photograph
nut oi expense owm cucuiars or our my aim
l'nncy (loodM Sale) by sending stamp for ictuin
postage to HEHTMAN A KENDALL, (V IIanotr
Sln-ct, Iloston, Mass.
IT IS THE m:HT CHANCE EVKUOFI''EltT.D!
Onoor two day's tlmo w 111 seturen good Rowing
.iicuiue, aien, rsuic uross, uevoier, or somo
olher article of equal nine, l Ten of Cost 1
uiu i pi Miiiueo evtry wucre, maie aim icniaic,
for Hie hefct nnu nlii nit i-r'u Knot In llm nmolfv.
Send for Circular, S. CTnoMISON A CO.,
ill i;xciiango hi., iloston, .Mass.
I H priced hew Ing Mnchln
Y "ihLr by the month or
to sell tho beKt tow
ilne ever made cl
nr mi i-mnniUhlitti.
Our Machine will sew. hem. fell. tuck. bind, nnd
embroider eoual ton bluh-orleed nmehlno. Cut
any third stitch, nnd tho irooils will tear beforo
lnoRcom win gie mil. i-rom 7-i lo giw per
month, expenses paid, Aildicss
HAKEIt hEWINU MACHINIH,0.,Cle eland,
Nov 1, 1MI7. Ohio
NKW SUISSIUIltillS KOlt 18G8
to tho Hlustrntcd Phrenolocleul Journal, nt
5-in year, will receho Nov. ami Die. Now. this
year free. s. 11. WELLS, flxfl llrondway, N. Y.
MONTHLY MAGAZINE POIt 1 WIS.
ENLAUUEl) TO O.NC Jll'MlJitl) l'AJtS.
Tho circulation of Hallou's Magazlno having In
creased during 1&07 nearly flilcen thousand copies
nnd ueer being so iirosperous ns nt present, tho
publishers nro lliereby Induced to still further
udd to Its vuluoby enlarging each number to ono
hundred pages. Although this eulargi incut In
volves au additional expense of somo8.'i,(.ni0n year
et thero will bo no Incieuso lu tho price,
NOW IS THE TIME TO GET UP CLUHSJ
Terms: !l..V)n year; seven coplus, S9.00 ; twelve
copies $15.01); uud ft copy grails ono jenr to tho
poison neudlng a club of lwel o. Single number,
1j cents, semi stamp for speclman copy. 'Ihe
cheat let, t Magaluo lu tho Worldl Addle
ELLIOT, THOMAS t TAL1IOT, Iloston, Mum,
Vj Wo are In want nf Canvassing Agents for
Doyutoii's lllstoiy of theNay, the most elegant
1 Unstinted utik ever Issued lu OiIh or nny coun
try. Apply for circulars to D. APPLEToN A Co.,
-113 it Hillroadwny.Y. Y.
n A DAY iMADK BY ANYONK,
V I W i ith my Pntent Stencil Tools, I prepay
samples frie. Ilewaro of lufrlugers. My clicu
lurs will explain, Address A. J, Eulliiin, Spring
field, Vi rmoiit.
TK AUK C0.MIX0,
And will nreseutlo anv nerson Hcndlnif us a
club In our Oicut Ono Dollar Sule.of Dry and Fan
cy (Joods, Ao.,ufallk Dress Patteiu, Piecool sheet
ing. Watch, Ao., freo of cost. Catalogue of goods
nnu sample, scut to nny nddress fioe.
Address J, S. IIAWES A CO.,
II1) lbmocr street, iloston. Mns,
scpil'tn-lm, P, O, Ilox MJ5.
rnin: amkiupax hay knifk
X AND 1'OUK. We the undersigned citizens
oi Columbiu County wltmsned tho trlnl of hny
forks on tho farm of Mr. Pursel. In Hemlocu
Township, on Monday, May 7, 1MW, between tho
American Hay Knlleand Pork manufactured by
SLII-EU, WA LIsp SHHINEIt A Co.. of IwU
buig, Pn., nnd tho Huntlel's I 'a tent liny Hook,
Tho American Pork lifted moio hay lu one
draught than the lluiule) In Unco, Wo aro bntls
tled It will take ns much hay Into the mow ns two
good horses can draw. Wo also saw It tutting
hay, and tMnk It cannot be beat asu buy knlle,
and chcei fully recommend ll ns tho best hay fork
uiui knife wo hno evtr seen,
c, luriFNnr.Nin:jt, Dn. P, ( Dahieison,
W, It, KOONH, JOHN DoAK,
John Dint. hi i k, Daniki. Noyfh,
11. DIULKMIU.KU, SVlAKSrKU PL'JWEL,
Mh'iiali. llm.i.rit, John Wolf.
'I hey ulho iimnufai line the ulchrntcd Huckeve
Hen per uud Mowir, nnd other ugriculturul Imple
incntH, 7JVAV TAILOUINO KSTAHIjIHII
Takes this met hod of Infoimlng the citizens of
Columbiu county, that ho has opened u new tulloi
lug efalallishmeut In tho town or
w hcie ho is pie pared to make up on short notice
nil kinds nigentlcmtu wtar Iu tho latcht nnd
most iushioiiable styles, Having worked at his
business forseveiali ears lu tho illy of New York,
be Hutu is himself thut ho can glvo lull and com
plete satisfaction tu his customers nt leuNonnblo
lutes, He gunrnntces Iho
V E 11 Y II E H T PITH,
or the work need not be tuken. All work will
ho Miougid be ft He making, so that (hero fchall bo
lieltlier pot nor shrinkage.
Shop lu Judgo Huldy'H llrlck Ilulldlng, Main
street, CulawUsa. Pu.
A share of nubile palronngo Is i expect fully sollc
tcd, (larments carefully cliancd and ie-
iilrod mi the shoilckt notice, sep(J'U7-Uin,
CAItI'LTINOS, WINDOW SHADED,
OIL CLOTHS, MATS, Ac,
No. 33 North Second Street.
4hU KINDS OK JOH PRINTING
neatly eiecutisl nt Tine Columiuan Htnam
S T U A Y.
vamo to me premiocs of tho MiineriiKTin Ml.
Plentnnt township, Oct, 15, 1hiJ7. tHUKk whitk
PRIM about Mo imintti nld. Tim nwner U m.
fiursled to romp rorwnrd, pay charge, and tako
them nwny, otherwise they will bo imposed or
noeordlng to law. J, It. VANDEHSLICE,
iOV,, 8, IMii it.
p U H Ii I 0 S A Ii K
01 VALUHI.ll ltEAIi ESTATE
lu nursunnco of nn order of Iho Orphans' Court
of Columbia County, Pcnnijhonla, on SATim
hay, NovnMtnn .Kith. 1MI7, nt 10 oclo k In thn
forenoon, .lohn O. Kllno, Executor of Hnrninn,
Kllno. lain of Scott tounshlp, In snldrnunty, de
censed, will expose lo sale, by public endup, on
tho premlsis, u certain messungo nnd
TUACT OV LAND,
situnto In Scott township, lu said c unity, bound
ed by lands of Thomas Creeltng, Wcsly Huckel
and others, containing
SEVEN ACHES AND TWENTY PEttCIIKH,
on which Is erected n
nnd the usual outbuUdlnns; lato tho estnte nfnnd
deceased,! t unto in the township of Scott,nrilooun
ly aforesaid. Jkhsk CoI-kman, Cleik,
A'irCondltlou or Sale. Iho one-third of tho
puuhn'o money to remain charged upon tho
prunNesduilngthr natural llio or tho widow of
snld deioned, nnd tho Interest thereof to bn nn
nually nnd regularly paid her by tho purchaser
on tho llrtd day of April of each and pcry yenr
during her nnturnt lite, and nt her death the pi tu
olpal to be paid by tho purchaser to tho persons
legally tntitlid tucicto. Ten per cent, of one
fourth of twii'thlids of tho purchase money to bo
paid nt tho striking down of tho property j tho
one-fourth oflhe two-lhtrdi, less tho ten jwr cent,
nt the confirmation nbsolute, unci tho remain
ing two-thirds In ono yenr thereafter, with Inter
est from confinuntloii ni. The lirehiiser to
pnv for deed nnd stumps, JOHN C KLINE,
jsov. p, iti. uteuctor.
All act of tho Legislature of Pcnnsrlrnnta. flo
pped llio ninth day of April, 1HC7, enlltted.,,A
Kurt her Sumdement to nn Act for thn leculatlon
nnd continuance of n System of Education of
common ncnoois, ac," enncts ns ioiiows i
Skl 2. "'Hint tlio County Hunerinlendr.nt of
each County lu this Commonwealth is hereby
authorized nnd required, onco In each year, ut
such time nnd place ns he, or n properly nuthor-
ircu tuiiiiiiiui'ii oi leiiciiern, iiciinu wun mm,
may deem most convenient to call upon nnd in
vite the Teacher of the Common Hrhonln and
other Institutions of learning In his County, to
nssemblo together nudorgnulo themselves into
ii Teaciiers' jnntituie,to oe ucvoted to tho im
provement of Teachers In tho sclenco nnd art of
education, and to cnntlnuo In session nt least five
dnys, including h half n dny for going to, and ti
half a day for iclurnlng from the place of meet
fM 3. Provides! "Thnt nil Ilnnrdsof Directors
may allow tho Teachers lu their County, the prlv
lege of attending theso Institute, without mak
ing any deduction from their salary, and that any
teacher who absents himself from tho Institute
of his County, without a good reason, may have
his want of professional spirit nnd 7onl indicated
by h lower mark on his cert idea to in the practice
of teaching, thnn ho would otherwlhfl hnvo reeel
In accordance with the nlnivo cited net or As
sembly, the Teachers of the Coruiion Schools nnd
otlu r Institutions of learning In Columbia coun
ty, nro hereby Invited to nsMcmhlefor the purpose
ntHiv o stated, In the Halt of tho building in
llloomsburg, on MONDAY, thk Mth DAY OP
NOVEMIH.lt. lK07,nt 10 o'clock a, m.
Mr. J. P. WlckerNhum, Superintendent of Com
mon School of PenuHylnnln,nnd olher eminent
educators, will be In attendance to address the
October -", IstJT,
UJlAtt. li. IIAUh.l.L.1,
Sup't, of Col. Co.
JKATIIKU ! DKATIIKIl I !
Tho undersigned take this method of Inform
ing his Trlends and the public generally, that h
bus resumed tho business of tanning
AT THE OLD TAN YAHD,
Into which he has lntrisluced steam works and
fixtures, with nil tho modem Improvements,
IN L10HT HTHEET, COLUM11IA CO., PA,
Ho assures his friends and customers, tluit ho has
constantly on hand nnd for snlu
AT THE LOWEST PIUCES,
largo quantities of leather of all kinds, for which
lio ihallcnges the examination of buyuru.
Ii A It IC AND HIDES
will bo purchased nt the best market rates or
taken In exchango for stock, to,felhr with cash
nt cash prices.
Dosuie to en Un ml examine our cnlf,klp,nnd
solo leather bcfoio purchasing elsuwhere, us wo
enu certainly suit i ou.
JAMES W. HANKEY.
Light Street, Nov. 1, lrMt.
TjJMMltK SRWING JIACII1NKCO.,
SALESUOOM.filO HHO AD WAY, N. Y.
No. 1 Unmlly Machine. Tills Machine has a
straight needle, perpendicular action, inaAcs the
liOcA or Shuttle Stitch, whUh will neither Hp nor
lave, nnd Is nlUo on liolh sliUs; perfect sewing
on ivory dehcilptlon ol maleilaf, with cotton,
linen or siU- thread.
It hems, Pells, brnlds Tukcs, Quills, Thilts and
(lalhets. As a l atnlly Machine, it has no superi
or. Price, with llemiuer and Braider, 8 ISO,
Particular attention In called lo our Now Im
proved Manufacturing Machines. They run light
and areeomparllhely noiseless, simple, duiable
ami efllclent. Por cloth or leather work the
lmo no eompetltorh.
No. 2 .Mai bine, with Hetnmrr unit llrnlitrr S7.1.
No. ;i Machine, Nr AgLiits wanted, to whom u
liberal discount will bo glen,
Oct, Z"), leii7-am.
Somo Folks Can't Sloop Nights.
Vfuy many suiter from general debility, others
from weakness of the stomach and inability lo
digest their lood some huo creeping sensations
along tho nerve fibres, or pain In ihe back, with
itching nnd weary throbbing of tho limbs. Thou
sands of ladles Milbr through long years fiom
what ure culled Pk.malh Comi'I-aints, cuused by
the relaxation of muscle and ligament that at
tend deficiency of vital force. Thousands of bus
iness men, owrwoikcd In mind nnd body, use up
the nervous fluid nnd become unlit for duty or
the enjoyments of life. Excess in youth, nnd the
terrible etleetM of feer and ngue, involve shat
tered constitutions nnd tlio failure of tho general
functions of health. Tosutlerers from ull these,
DODD'S N Ell VINE AND INVIGOIlATOIt
offers an lnvnlunbte Ihiou a nnturnl nndelllclent
iccovery of lost powers. No person, man or wo
man, suflcrlng fiom any cause, can aliord to neg
lect this remedy. The Nervine will bo found to
possess an equalizing uud uulrltlvo principle. H
lms nihility lor tho Nervous Fibres, nnd supplies
them for tho waste that Is constantly Inking place.
Like wholesome food tnKcn Into the stomach, It
undergoes rapid digestion, invigorating in Its
ptoccss the dlgesth o organs, and producing a
CALMNESS AND THANQUILITY
unknown to tiny other preparation. It contains
no opium or hashei sh, uud so fair from producing
cos liveliest it will be found nh clllclent cure for
consumption, und has obtained u wide renown
for this peculiarity.
WHAT PEOPLE HAY'.
"Dear Doctor: Tho lnst medicine prescribed by
yon I obtained, nnd will sny that Dodd's Nervhie
and Iuvlgorator Is all that it claims to be. I feel
llko u new man; I sleep well; have good appetite;
nnd feet stronger than I huvo for many years
past." Contributed by Dr. II, A, Tucker, HVl
Clinton st., ltrooklyn, N, Y.
"I havo used tho Nervlne.nnd find myself much
beuctHed by It, particularly In tho Increase of
strength nnd euro of those trembling sesatlons.
Mycohtlvencss also tccms to bo entirely cured."
Letter toDr. Tucker.
"'ihe medicine you ordered (Dood's Nenine)
wo have tnken threo bottles of. It Is n great
thing. My wife snys she had rather have ono
bottloof It than forty doctors, sho is certainly
better. Leucorrhuii cured ; don't fell tho drag
lug down so much ; bowels move easier, nnd In
n better nervous condition every wny."
O. II. Martin. Cnshier Olen House, !ong Hrniuh.
N. .L, hlutcH that Doixl's Nervine haa cured him
of chronic weakness of iho stomach, dizziness
and slcl; hcudacho, and gieatly strengthened his
Da Id lluitshorii, U90 State-st., Brooklyn, cured
of chrontu miucular nnd nervous debility.
John Hnrbut, Uiooklyn, N. Y. suys; "To regu
late the bowels without producing enthartlo tf
leet, quiet the nerves, and tone up the system, I
have never used uuy thing that cquulleu Hood's
W, P. Deans, Esq., IZaslford, Conn,: "My wife
hassulleied lor seenleeii iars with extreme
nervous debility and meulrnl prostrntlon blio
was Induced by u friend to try Dr. J. W. Dools
Nervine ami lmcutlgatnr, nnd by Its use Is now
icstoiod to perfect health'
Dr. C. C. York, Charlestown. Mnss.t 'In eases
or gieat nervous debility, not ron fined by any
means lo tho It male urgaulatiou more common
than among men, I employ pood'H Nirvluo and
Jnvigorutor with iho happiest etlct. It exceeds
lu tuiile power anything thnt I know, while it
action upon the bow els is ull thnt can bo deshed,"
Dood's Nn lno nnd lnventlgatorls cmployid
In tho MussnchusotU Hospital for tho Insane nt
POU PERSONAL TESTIMQNIALS
To en res of (leneral Debllty, Indigestion. Sleep
ncss, Kldner litunplalnt. Wind Colic, and Pemiile
Complaints in their own turn Hies, we refer, with
pcrmKscu, to the following gentlemen in this
I J. W. Hall, esq., Fifth Avenue Hotel, N. Y.
W. 11. liodgo, Tract House, N. Y.
John Williams, PolUemau, N, Y,
.1, W. Peikett, esq., Cllntoii'St., Hrookl)U,
Dr, H. A, Tucker, Ulnton-st lltookhn,
.1. S, Wilght, isq.,Jcrsey City.
lion, Wniren Chase, Olfllroadway, N. Y.
PorMilobyull Diugglsts, Piice Sl.ou pcrbortle.
II. II Stoier A Co., Pioprietors, N. V.
August UK, lNi7,
JNHUHAN OK A O K NOV,
Com nu r co i'Kt.w1
Springfield ... WO.wu
Insuiai'Co Compauy of State Prnn'A.,.., tVW,41
Conneitlcut Mutual Life KM),1
North American Transit - 0XV
Pit E AH IlUOWN, Agent,
martt'U7-ly. IlixtOMsnunn, l'A.
TlienmU'rilBiit'l would rewlfiillynunounco(o
Ihocltizcni of Dtiioiniiljurtf an.l tho public gen'
roily Hint ho U running nn
Lclwion llils placuiiiiil tlio dllltiri-nt mllroiij Jn
vil dully (HiuiJnyn exropted), to connect with On
.i vi rol truliu golnit South nnd Went on tlio Ciiln
wlnu nnd Wllllanmiiort Itnllrond, and with IIiom)
Enlnu North and Bouthon tho Ijickawanua and
llliMinihtmrg Hatlrond. .
HUOmuUiiuu.inn) In good condition, coinino
dlou. nnd inmlortablo, and charKca rcnonulilf.
lVrnou. wUhliiK to inert or u. their friend. iW
purt.can lio acooiuodatud ujiou rcuionublo cliuru i
tiy leuvlug timely notlco at any of the hoteln.
JAfOU J, ulllfON, l'roprlctor,