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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBTJRG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
Feed and Tnr.AT.MENT op Houses.
liny anil onta tnixko tho boat feed for
horses that nro obliged to work linnl and
regularly. If tho liny Is cut ntio nnd
tho oits bruised or ground, tho wholo
mixed nnd moistened, tho horso will
cat his rations quicker, digest thorn
sooner, and thus lmvo moro tlmo for
resting nnd ronowlng his powor for la
bor. Farmers' horses that work Httlo
during tho winter tlmo may bo kopt
cheaper by cutting nnd mixing bright
straw nnd hay In equal qunntltloj, and
nddlngn ration of steamed potatoes or
raw carrots. Colts should bo fed llbor
nlly on good hay bright clovor Is beat
nnd brulaed oats; glvothom a roomy
box stall In stormy weather and during
nights. LIttor freely, and do not lot
tho mnnuro nccuiuulato undor them.
Sawdust or spent tan mnkoa good nnd
convenient bedding j. In clttos and vil
lages they aro ofton choapor than straw.
Groom hordes woll nnd lot thorn havo
oxorslso ovcry day ; a run In tho yard
la excellont. Soo that stablo lloora ovor
basements aro sound nnd strong. Ar
rango tho feeding racks so thatdust nnd
hay seed will not fall into tho horses'
maues or oyes; somo horaomon build
their mangers too high, thus forcing tho
animal 10 taKo an unnatural nnd pain
ful position when eating. Farm horses
that nro not worked should havotholr
aiiuus uiuon on, ami tno3o that nro
driven on tho road should ba kopt woll
shod. Stock Journal.
Removing Large Trees. When It
Is desirable to movo n largo treo, tho
depth of winter tho ground frozen
should bo chosen for tho operation. Not
only deciduous trees, but nny kind of
evergreens, oven hemlocks, tho moat
iilillcult to remove, may bo safely trauu
planted nt this season. It la obvious
that tho tlmo to preparo for such work
is boforo tho ground becomes frozen.
A trench should bodugnround tho treo
sufficiently dlatant from tho trunk to
leave untouched a largo masa of tho
roots, nnd sufficiently deep thatthoy
may bo undermined without being dis
turbed. It should then bo partly filled
filled up with leaves or coarso litter,
wiilcli will prcsorvo the bottom from
freezing. Iu February or March, when
tho frost Is moat sovoro, tho llttor may
oo taken out, the treo complotoly under
mined, nnd tho frozen masa ot earth
around tho roota pried out of tho holo
and placed on a stono-boat. It may
now bo convoyed to Its new homc.which
should havo been prepared and protect
ed from tho fro3t. Sufficient earth from
tho suriuco Or from somo rich spot
should havo been placed in tho bottom
of somo hole, tho treo planted on this,
and tho holo filled with similar soil.
"When tho spring nrrivos tho treo will
sottlo Into its place without furthor caro,
except pbrhapa a Httlo filling up, and
will bo Improvod rather than injurod.
Jlcarth and Home.
FATTENING! FOWLS FOR MARKET.
Tho fowls desired to bo fattened should
bo placed in small, warm coops, not too
many "huddled together," but so that
they can havo a limited range. As soon
as they becomo reconciled to tholr new
quarters, commenco feeding them regu
larly threo times a day morning, noon
nnd night. In tho morning we should
feed with cooked corn meal, at noon
with cooked oat or barley meal and
mashed potatoes ; at evening feed them
with a mushrof corn meal cooked in
skim milk, if tho milk is procurable.
It is said this latter feed gives tho flesh
a rich golden hue. Tho coops should
bo kept scrupulously clean, well sup
plied with gravel and provided with
plenty of fresh water.
If fowls aro fed In tho manner hero
indicated, they will fatten in from ten
to twelve days, when they should bo
killed and sent to tho market, or else
they aro liable to dlseaso, and dcclino
rapidly. Old fowls can, in Hko man
ner, bo fattened perfectly fat in tho
courso of fifteen or twenty days.
Varnisii in BuitNS. Pari3 is much
interested in a remedy discovered by a
workman, who, to reliovo tho pain from
a sovero burn, thrust his hand into a
pot of varnish which happened to bo at
hia side. Tho relief was so sudden and
tho healing of tho wound so rapid
that tho nows spread, with tho result of
bringing to him ovcry one In tho neigh
borhood who had ft burn. Many won
derful cures aro said to havo been per
formed at tho timoof thegreat explosion
in Metz, last September, and tho dis
coverer has been summoned to Paris to
mako somo public experiments. Jour
nal de Ctemie.
Woon Ashes ron Wheat. A sub
scriber senda ua tho following as his ex
perience in using wood ashes, viz : that
iu quantities of only eight bushels per
acre, they havo n marked effect ; that
they push tho wheat forward soveral
days, thus getting it ahead of that criti
cal period when It is so apt to bo attack'
ed by rust; that they strengthen tho
stem and Increase its solidity. All of
which, and much more, wo can readily
indorse. In fact ashes aro an excellent
application for all crops, and especially
for an orchard. Am. Agriculturalist.
Stock at this season of tho year, ex
ccpt in tho Southern and Western
States, can get nothing but what is
given to it. This fact should call forth
our constant attention. A horso that
is worth two hundred dollars now, may,
with proper care, bo worth fifty dollars
moro next spring, or, for want of such
caro, may bo worth fifty dollars less
So there is ono hundred dollars depend
ing on how wo tako caro of ono slnglo
animal for four months. Tho samo
rulo will apply to other animals of less
Suoe Oalkh. Tho slippery stato of
tho roads during tho winter makes It
necessary for horso shoes to be protected
with sharp calks. It Is during this sea
son that horses recolvo tho greatest
number of serious Injuries that result
Iu permanent blemishes or lameness
Tho greatest caution In driving but
especially in turning a team, Is neces
sary, and also In not permitting horses
to get looso In tho stablo or frolic In
tho yards. A kick becomes a danger
It Is said that hay may bo mado flro
proof by sprinkling a layor of salt bo
tweon each layor of hay. This process
Is recommended as serving tho doublo
purpose of a provcntlon agalust flro and
rendering tho hay moro conducivo to
tho health of cattlo and moro agrceablo
to their palates.
How Uncle Peter Sautl tlio Children.
Waller should havo known better;
but ho wns alwnys n rash boy. I will
tell you what ho did Inst month, at the
sensldo, whero ho wns staying with hla
mother. Ho persuaded hla two Httlo
Bisters, Emma nnd Eliza, to go with
him to a rock on tho beach, near tho
Thero they staid, playing in tho sand,
till, nil nt once, they lookod up, nnd
saw that tho water of tho ocean was nil
about them. Tho tldo had como up,
nnd crept round tho rock, so that they
could not get to tho dry land without
going through water; and that they
wero afraid to do.
Soon tho Httlo glrla began to cry. Tho
sea-birds swept down near them ; and
now and then a fish would como up by
tho rock as if ho did not fear thorn nt
all. Walter told tho llttlo girls not to
mako a fuss ; though ho began to feel a
Httlo anxious himself.
All nt onco ho cried out, ' Thoro's a
boat with somo men In it I Hut it Isn't
coming this way. A man with n spy
glass etanda nt tho bow. Ho la spying
out something. Why can't ho look
this way ? Halloo, halloo I"
Walter shouted na loud na ho could ;
nnd then tho threo children shouted nil
together ; but nobody seemed to hear
them. Ou nnd on went tho Httlo boat
beforo n good brcoza; but not onoof
tho flvo men In it seomed to tnko
notlco of tho threo children ou tho
"What shall wo do now? Shall wo
havo to stay hero all night?" asked
Emma, tho elder sister.
" Wo couldn't stay hero nil night,"
said Walter, "becau30 you see, tho rock
will bo all covered With water at high
tido; and If wo don't got olf beforo high
tide, wo shall havo to bo drowned.''
" I dou't want to bo drowned," sob
"Neither do I want to bo drowned,"
said Walter; "but thero la no use in cry
ing. Tears will only add moro water
to tho sea, aud thero'a moro water In it
already than wo want."
Tho Httlo girl stopped crying at theso
words, and took caro that no moro tears
should fall from her eyes. Sho loolrcd
at Walter with surpriso to soo him so
But tho Httlo fellow was sly ; ho had
causoforhis courage. Tho boat with tho
men In It had sailed far away ; but not
Air off ho saw Undo Peter, waving his
arms at him. Then hesaw Uncle Peter
takeoff his baotn, and pull up hla trous
ers. Walter well knew that all would
bo right tho moment Undo Peter got
sight of them on tho rock.
Undo Peter was a clover old fisher
man, who caught fish for tho hotel
whero tho children wcrostopplng. Ho
was fond of children ; and having nono
of hla own, ho mado much of those, of
other people. Ho had taken such a
liking to Walter and his sisters that ho
was on tho watch for them a good part
of tho timo to sco that they did not got
" I declare thero's Undo Peter com
ing," shouted Emma, with delight,
"Undo Peter? Nonsensal" said
Waller. "Where's Uncle Peter ?"
Now Walter know very well that
Uncle Peter was coming, and Walter
ought not to lmvo pretonded that ho
did not seo him. But ho wanted to seem
bravo. Ah, Walter 1 you had better be
1 Well, here's a scrape, you Httlo
rogues 1" eald Undo Peter, as ho waded
up to tho rock, and took ono child, then
another, in his arms. "Hero's a scrape,
indeed ! What would you havo dono
if I had not been on tho lookout for
Then, with his arms full of children,
Undo Peter waded back through tho
salt water to tho beach, and put them
all down on tho warm, dry sand, whero
their mother and father wero waiting
Tho parents kissed them all around
and then littlo Emma said, " I think
Undo Peter ought to bo kissed, too."
"So ho ought, my dear," said her
mother, laughing: "and you shall glvo
kisses for all." So Emma gavo Undo
Peter flvo kisses ; and Undo Peter was
bo pleased that hlsfaco shonollkoajolly
Hoys nml I'limiiKIii Pics.
What John said was, that ho didn't
caro much for pumpkin pie; but that
was after ho had eaten a wholo ono. It
seemed to him that minco would bo
better. Tlio feeling of a boy toward
pumpkin pio has never boon properly
considered. Thero Is an air of festivity
about its approach In tho fall. Tho boy
is willing to help paro and cut up tho
pumpkin, and ho watches with tho
greatest interest the stirring up process
and tho pouring Into tho scalloped crust.
When tho sweet savor of tho baking
reaches hla nostrila, ho is filled with tho
most delightful anticipations. Why
should ho not bo? He knows that for
months to como tho buttery will con
tain golden treasures, and that it will
requiro only a slight ingenuity to get
at them. Tho fact is, that tho boy is as
good In tho buttery as In any part of
farming. His elder3 say that tho boy
Is always hungry; but that is a very
coarso way to put it. no has only ro
cently como into a world that is full of
good things to cat, and thero is on tho
wholo a very short tlmo In which to
cat them j at least ho is told among tho
first informations ho receives, that lifo
la short. Lifo being brlof, and plo and
tlio like fleeting, ho very soon decides
upon an actlvo campaign. It may bo
an old story to peoplo who havo been
eating for forty or fifty years, but It Is
different with a beginner. Ho takes
tho thick and thin as it comes, as in
plo, for instance, Somo peoplo do mako
them very thin. I know a place whero
they wero not thicker than tho poor
man's plaster ; they werosprcad so thin
upon tho crust that they wero better
fitted to draw out hunger than to satis
fy It. They used to bo mado up by tho
great oven full, and kept In tho dry
cellar, whoro thoy wero hardened and
dried to a toughness you would hardly
believe. This was a long tlmo ago, and
they mako tho pumpklu plo In the
country better now, or tho raco of boy
would havo been so discouraged that I
think thoy would havo stopped coming
Into tho world, C. D. Ivarner.
Recently a woman was arraigned
beforo a mnglstrato for somo mlsdo
meanor. Tho usual questions wero put
to her: "What Is your occupation." "I
havo nono, sir," was tho reply. "Well
how do you live?" "I Hvo on pro
vision," Showasullowed logo unflnod
To Debilitated Person-,
To Suirorera from Ltvor Complaint,
To thoso having no Appetite,
To Nervous ncoiilo.
To Children Wasting Away,
To any with Debilitated DIgestlvo
Or suffering with any qf thcollowtnp
Symptoms, which Indicate Disordered
Liver or Stomach,
such ns Con
Piles, Fulness or
IIIikxI to the llend. Acid
ity of tho Stomach, Nausea,
Heartburn, Disgust for Food,
Sour KnisoHfttloiii.Hinklngor Flut
tering nt tlio Pit of tlio stomach, Swim
ming ol tho lloml, llurrlcil nnd Dlillcult
Breathing, Fluttering nt tho Heat, Choking
or Hull'ocntlug Sensations when 111 n tjj'lug Pos
ture, Dimness of Vision, Pots or Wool beforo
thoSlght.Fovernnddiillp-itii in tho lieiul,
Deficiency of Perspiration, Yellowness
of tlio Hkln niul Eyes, Pain lu tho
HI'lp, Hade. Chest, Limbs, ,tc.,
Sudden Flushes or Heat,
Hunting In tho Flesh,
of Evil, ami great
HOOFLAND S UEKMAN BITTERS.
A Hitters without Alcohol or Spirits of nny kind,
Is different from nil others. It Is composed of
the puro Juices, or Vital Principle of Jtools.Jlcrbs,
nml Jlarlit, (or ns medicinally termed extracts,)
tho worthlossor Inert portions of tho Ingredients
not ltnltia used. Tliereforn 111 nun Untltii nf this
Hitters tucro is contained ns much mcdlcluni
vlrtuons will bo found In several gallons of or
dinary mixtures. Tlio Hoots, used In this
Hitters nro grown in uormnny, tholr Vltnl prin
ciples extracted in that country by n scientific
Chemist, nnd forwarded to tho manufactory In
this city, whero thoynru compounded nnd hot
tied. Containing no spirituous Ingredients, this
Hitters is treo from tho objections urged ngalnst
nil others no desire for stimulants can be In
duced from their use, thov ctunot mako drunk
ards, nnd cannot under nny circumstances, liavo
nny but a bcuellclal effect.
UOOFLAND'S GERMAN TONIC,
Was compounded lor thoso not inclined to
extrcmo bitters, nnd Is intoiidod for use In cases
whousnmo alcoholic- stimulant Is reqnlrcd In
connection with tlio Tonlo proporllos ol tho Hit
ters. Each botllo of the Toutc contains ono bot
tto of the Hitters, combined Willi puro SANTA
CKUZ HUM, mid llavored In such ti manner that
tho extreme bitterness of tho bitters lsovcrcome,
forming n preparation highly ngrceable nnd
pleasant to tho pnlate. nnd ooutalulug tho medi
cinal virtues ol tlio lllttcrs. Tho prlco of tho
Tonic Is 1.50 per llottlo. which many porsons
think too high. They must tako luto considera
tion thnt tho stimulant used Is guaranteed to bn
of n puro quality. A poor nrtlelo could bo fur
nished at action per price,but is It not bettor to pay
a little moro and have a good article? A medi
cinal preparation should contain nono bat tho
uest iiigreuienis; mm incywuo expect to ouiain
n cheap compound, and ba bonetltloi by It will
most certainly be cheated.
UOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS,
UOOFLAND'S GERMAN TONIC,
UOOFLAND'S PODOPHYLLIN PILL,
ir.. cirnc rou.
They aro tlio Greatest
11 1. O 0 D P U It I F I E It S
Known to tho Medical world, nnd will eradi
cate dlsoases arising from lmpuro blood. Debility
of tho Digestive Organs, or diseased Llvor, In n
shorter tlmo than any other known remedies.
The wholo SUPREME COUIIT of Pennsylvania
Sl'EAK ron Tiicsn llEMRllir-S.
Who would ask for moro Dignified nndStrongcr
Hon. GEOlian W. Woodwabd, former Chief Jus
tice of the Sujireme Court of Pennsylvania, a
present Member of Congress from Pennsylvania
Philadelphia, March 16tb, 1SG7.
I And "Hoollnnd's German Bitters" Is a good
tonic, useful In diseases or tho digestive organs,
and of great benefit lncascsof debility and want
of action lu tho system. Yours truly
GEOItOE W. WoouwAltD.
lion. JamesThomson, diief Justice of the Supreme
ttiurt of Pcnnsylva?ita.
PHILADELPHIA, April 23, 1SG7.
I consider "Hoofland's German Bitters" a val
uable medicine in case of nttneks ol Indigestion
or Dyspepsia. I can certify this from my expo-
rleuco of ii
ii. i ours, wjui rospecr.
Hon. Georqe Shahswood, Justice of Vie Supreme
Court of Pennsylvania,
Philadelphia, Juno 1, ISO?.
I havo lound by experience that "Iloofland's
German Hitters" Is a very good tonic, relieving
dyspeptic symptoms almost directly.
Hon. Wm. F, Rogers, Mayor of the CUyof Euffalo.
Mayor's OiUce, Buffalo, Juno 22, 1SG9.
I havo used "Hoollands German Bitters and
'onto" in mv famllv durlnc tho oast vear. and
can recommend them as an excellent tonic. Im
parting tone nnd vigor to tho system. Their uso
uas been productive 01 uocmeuiy oencuciai
effects. Wm, F. Hoat: lis.
Hou, James M, Wood, EfiXayor of WilUanuporf
I tako great nlensuro In recommcudlns" Hoof-
land's German Tonlo " to any one who may bo
mulcted with Dyspepsia. I had tho Dyspepsia so
badly It was Impossible to keep my lood In my
stomach.nnd I became so weak ns not to bo able
lownlk halfamlle. Two bottles of Tonlo ellected
a perfect cure. James M. Wood,
HOOFLAND'8 GERMAN BITTERS,
HOOPLAND'S GER3IAN TONIC
Will Cure every caso of
31 A It A S M V S,
Or Wasting away of tho Body.
HOOFLANU'S GERMAN REMEDIES
Aro tho medicines vou rcnulre to vmrlfv tho
Blood, excite the torpid Liver to healthy action,
aud to onablo you lo passjbafely.ihro'igh any
iiuiuauips ur UApusure,
Substitute for Mercury Pills.
rno PILLS A DOSE.
'lhe mosl Powerful, Yet Innocent,
Vegetable Cathartio known.
It Is not nccessarv to tnko a handfullnf thece
rills to produce the desired eltect: two of them
act quickly und powerfully, cleansing tho Liver,
Stomach und Rowels of all Impurities. The
riuctme Ingredient is 1'odoptiylllu, ortho Alco.
.olio Extract of Maudrake. which Is bv maiiv
times more powerful, acting and searching than
me iwiuiuruKo iiseii. na peculiar uciiou is upon
tbo Liver, cleaning: It sneedllv from nil nhstrne.
Iln.ici mill, ..II nn,,., T.f mi, . 1
from 'tho injurious results attached to die uso of
r or an diseases lu which the uso or a cathartio
is luuicaieu, tnese puis win Kivo enure satisrac-
iiuu hi uvurv case, i nev i r. vjiv r .viij.
in cases ol Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia and
extreme costlvencss, Dr. Hoollands Uermuu
lllttcrs or Tonlo should be used lr, connection
with the Pills. Tho tonlo clfect of tlio Hitters or
loiilo builds up thesyblem. The Hitters orTouia
purities the lllood, strengthens tho Nerves, una
ulatks tho Liver, and gives stieugth, energy
Keep your Bowels actlvo with tho Pills, and
toue i up the system with Hitters or Tonic, and
no disease can retuln the hold, or evcu ussall
Recollect Hint It . 1111 irnnvr.ivtvu nfii.
MAN Remedies that aro s'o universally used and
iiigiiiy recommended j and do not ullow tlio
Druggist to induce you lo tako any thlun that ho
may say Is Just us good, because ho makes a
larger iium uu it.
These Remedies will be sent by express to
any locality, upon application lo the PHINOI.
PAL OFFICE, at the GERMAN MEDICINE
tnuim, uji aicu m iiuuueipuia.
OIIAS, III. I'.VANS, Proprietor.
Those Remedies aro for lolo by Druggists
Btorekeepen, nnUMedlcIao Dealers every who
J W. NlLEfcj,
MUSIC W A ltJE BOOMB
A general tissortment of
MUSICAL MERCHANDISE ALWAYH ON
VIOLIN STRINGS OF THE I1E3T QUALITY
THE LATEST SIIEICT MUSIC.
PIANO AND ORGAN STODLS ALL HTYLIM
a iiktti311 assortment op oiioans
than can 1113 found
the temple angelic organ which
has the swekte3t tone that
can he found in a
WCnll and examine beforo purchasing el0'
whero. Wnroroom Main Hlrecf, below Market,
opposlloCorcll's furnitiuo warcrooms, Blooms
burg, Pa. nug.2j',"l-ly
BOOTS, SHOES AND GAITERS,
CHEAPEST AND BEST
The County Affords
LOOK OUT FOR BARGAINS
IN BOOTS AND SHOES THIS FALL,
Come and Examine
Before Purchasing Elsewhere.
E. M. KNORR,
HE HAS THE
FINEST GOODS, LATEST STYLES
AND EMPLOYS THE
li K S T W O It K 3! i: A.
For cood fits and uronintuoss In fl I tin tr nnUis
theie is tho placo logo.
Ills uoods aro selected Willi caro and his Cus
tom Work will compare favorably with tho best
efforts of tho fashionable city Dealer.
HE KEEPS A LARGE STOCK OF
HOYS' AX1) G'IIlLlUi:X'.S t'LOTIIIMi
CCXTS' FUKXISJIIXG GOODS,
At Astonishingly Low Prices,
Bloomsburg, Sept. L"J, lS71.lt
JOHN Q. JACODY'S
BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY!
The undersigned would respectfully Inform
the Citizens of Berwick, and vicinity, that he
lias opeueu u luuiecuouery uuu iiuuery iu
ODD FELLOWS' HALL,
Berwick. Pa., where he is nreoaredto furnish
UK H1UUS Ol
PLAIN AND FANCY CANDIES,
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC FRUITS
ORANGES, LEMONS, RAISINS
AC, Ac, Ac, Ac.
BY WHOLESAI-B AND RETAIL.
Among the assortment will be found Cream
Kins, Kiignsu walnuts, I'rauuts, Almouds, Kit
beriB. figs. Apples, uoeoa Hiuts. Je lies of ill n
ent kinds, Mustard, Catsup, Pickles, Chocolate.
Canned Fruit of all kinds, Corn Starch, Egg Bis
cuit, hoda Crackers, Oyster Crackers, Lheese,
nuT.,1, wuwu& iri, ..liiveiueut mpers, J1.U
FISH AND OYSTERS,
Aud produce of all kinds, Fresh Bread an
Cakes every day, Ico Cieain In Benson, Your
patronage is solicited.
JOHN G. JACOBY.
Berwick, Jan 171 tv
A GENTS WANTED.
GREAT INDUCEMENTS I
LIFE IN UTAH.
llyn SISTER OF A HIGH PHIKST.ono of his
victims, who bus mado her escape ulter n resl.
duiceot lltieen years among them, Her (Hilda
vlts to tho Uoverumout, crushing evidence
aualnst llrlgliam Young und tho Elders. The
"Prophet" lu court. Trial und sentence nt Haw
kins. Startling disclosures, viols, asiauiiuilions
unit victims. 472 pages, lully Illustrated,
Circulars, Terms und full particulars, sent free
, .JJill'lKIlJ ASIIEA1), rublliher.
dec22'70-ir 711 Bausom street, Philadelphia
8. II, MILLER 4 BON, fc
have removed IhclrBioro to tlio room formerly'
occupied by Meiulcnhnlt,on Main street, lllooms-
burg, Hourly opposlto tho Eplscopil Churcu
whero they nro ilolermlnedtosclloii nsmodcrato
terms as can bo procured olso whero. Tiller Btock
LADIES' DRESS GOODS
ot tlio choicest styles nnd latest fashions, together
with a largo assortment of Dry Goods nnd Gro
ceries, consisting of tho following-articles
Cueeuswaro, . Hardware
Hoots nnd Shoes,
Hats nnd Caps
AND NOTIONS GENERALLY,
Iu snort, everything usually kept in country
tores, to which they Invito tho attention of tho
public Ecuerally. The highest prlco will bo paid
for country produce lu exchange for goods.
0. II. MILLER A SON,
net 13 71 If
jq"EV STOCK OF OLOTUINQ.
Fresh arrival of
FALL AND WINTEll GOODS
Invites attention to his stock of
CHEAP AND FASIIIONAULE CLOTHING,
nt his store on
MalnSlrcet, lnShlve's block, ono door West o
C. U. Marr's store,
whero no has Just received from New York and
Philadelphia a full assortment of
MEN AND BOYS CLOTHING,
Including tho most fn3hlounblo, durablo, aud
BOX, SACK, ROCd, GUM.ANI) OIL-GLOTH
COATS AND PANTS.
of all sorts, sizes audcolors. Ho has nlso rcplen
lshcd his already largo stock of
FALL AND WINTER SHAWLS,
STRIPED, FIGURED, AND PLAIN VESTS
SHIRTS, CRAVATS, STOCKS, COLLARS
SUSPENDERS, AND FANCY ARTICLES
lio nas constantly ou uand a largo and well-se'
ccted assortment of
CLOTHS AND VESTING3,
which ho Is prepared to mauo to order Into any
kind of clothing, on very short notice, and in tho
best manner. All his clothing is mado to wear,
nnd most of It Is of homo manufacture.
GOLD WATCHES AND JEWSLRY,
ol ovcry description, fine nnd cheap. His caso ol
fowelry Is not surpassed lu thlsiplacc. Call and
oxnmlno his general assortment of
CLOTHING, WATCHES JEWELRY, AC.
oct!3'7I DAVID L0WENI1ERG.
lllIE INGREDIENTS THAT
COMPOSE E0SADAL1S nro
published on cvciypuliagc, there
lore it i3 no a scirct preparation,
riiYSici.vxs rnr.scKinr, it
It is a certain ruro for Scrofula,
Syphilis in nil iti fonm, Klicuma-
tistu, Skin Disrates, Liver Com-
piaim aim uu uioa di ma
0173 EOTTLj 0? H03ADALI3
will ilo moro ood llian ten bottlca
of tlio Syrups of Sarsaparilla.
Tur: UHDcnsicNED physicians
have used Rcvailalis in tlicir practicj
for tlio past three years nml fiiclj
endorno it as a reliaLle Altcratita
and lllood Purifier.
nrt. t. c. rcon.of Baitimoio.
UK. T. J. HOYKIN, "
lilt. P.. W (.'.Mill. "
1)11 P. O. DANNKLLY, "
1)1!. J S. Sl'AIHCS, of NichoUsville,
Dft. jVl.. McCARTHA, Columbia,
S. f .
Dlt. A. SI. NOBLES, Kdsccomb, N. C.
USED AUD ENDORSED BY
J. B. FRENCH t EONS, Fall T.lvcr,
r. W. SMITH, Jickwn, Mich.
A. F Wlir.F.Lr.lt, Liraa, Ohio.
11. Jf.M.I., Lima. Ohio.
CRAVEN A: ( ()..(,niilnnstllle. Vs.
SAJl'I.. O. .Mi PADDEN, Murfrecs.
finrfpaco vlllnr.l nllow nf nny ex.
tended remarks in lel.ition to this
ili-turiof ltwad.llis. Totho Medical
I'lofesslonwoguauntcea l'luiU J'.x
tra? superior to tmytliry liae ccr
used lu tho treatment of diseased
lllood j nnd to tliciiUllctcd we say try
Ilosndalis, and )uu Mill bo restored
RosaJalh ll Enid by all Drtlpclsts,
price 51.30 per buttle. Addrcsj
E3. CLSMEHTS & C3.
Wo respectfully call the attention of thoso
desiring to nurcbaso our mako of Pianos. Wo
nro satlslled that wo can irtvo satisfaction lu
ovcry case. Our workmen skillful and experlen
cod and nro under tho personal superintendence
oi mo memncrs oi our urn. vuuso oniy iiiu
best seasoned timber, find the material In gene
rai is jirst ciuss. uur i iiiuus wiiuoul exception
havo the patent agratles urraueemcnt through-
, wiucii iu mo opinion oi me most compo-
tent Judges is prououncod valuable.
Eiovement n piano ls.maao more uuiabio nnd
ccps tho loio louccr. Wo claim for our Instru
ments that they aro second to none, and they
comblnoall the essential elements that consti
tute superior worltmnnshlp. Wo will give a
written guarantee for flvo years.
Mr. Conk a i) Fkeiman, member of our firm,
will visit Hloomsburt: lour tlmosnyear to ro
pair nnd attend to tuutui; of nil Pianos. In the
absence ol Mr. Fueisian, Mr. I K. MlI.t.ER will
attend to our business In Bloumsburi: und Is
nuthorized to receive aud solicit orders.
Wo can give the very best references.
Baltimore, M. D.
I. K. Ml I.I.Kit, Dealer in Pianos, Ornuns and
Melodeons live octave and live stop ort;aus ot
tho best make, sold at tl lu. Terms cusy, Juno 1
AGENTS WANTED FOR
A VERY SUPERIOR ROOK,
"BOW IN THE CLOUD."
Edited by RT. Rkv. WM, BACON BTEVENS,
H. 1) I lu D.
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(lod. Superbly llliistratednudbouudlniidude
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dco'8 71-tf Til Buusom Bt., Phlla.
YALUAnLE PROPERTY FOR
Tho undersigned wishing to retlro from bus!,
ni .s now oilers nt private sale his entire proper
ty situated in Oruugevllle, consisting of a one.
liulf In lei est in tho well known
FOUNDRY AND AGRICULTURAL, WORKS,
together with tho Engine, Lathes nnd other Ma
chluery belonging to tho tume, nlso the entlro
stock now on bund, together Willi u valuable
pair of horses, aud tho wagons, sleds, II units,
.lc also his town lots on which Is erected a good
Irumodwelllug, ulso, twenty-live acres, known
us the Dr. Itt property ubout teu of which are
cleared, the balance timbered,
Prices reasonable. Possession Blvcn nt any
time to suit purchasers. Apply to or address,
OOt, 6,'71-tf. un ft evlllo, Columbia co. Pa.
Drugs nnd Chcmicalo,
HE OAUSK AND OURE OF
1 l,n ftrlmnrv rmlin nf f 'nnstltllnttoll 1 dcrntlCC-
metilofthoillgcstlvooigims, llils dcrniiKcmcut
produces deficient nutrition nnd nsslmllatlo ti
By nssimiintion l mean mat process uy nmcu
tho nutriment ol tho food Is converted Into
blood, nnd thenco Into tho solids of tho body.
Persons with dlscstlon thus Impaired, having
tho slightest predisposition In pulmonary ills-
caso, or n ineyinsu niin.wiiiin,
lmvo Consumption of tho Lungs In some or Its
formst nnd lliold that It will bo Impmsll. o to
euro nny enso of Consumption without first ro
storliiKn good digestion nnd heallhy nsslmlla-
tlon. I ho very iirsiining n uommu is uuirnii?o
tho stomach nnd bowels lrom all diseased mucus
nnd slime, which Is clogging theso wns t
thnt they cannot perform their functions, nn l
then roun up nnd restoro tho liver to u healthy
action. For Ibis pnrposo tho surest nml best
remedy is wiiciick s hihihiiuku un., ;,"v
Pills clean tlio stniiinch nnd bowels of nil the
,tn,inn,l morbid silino that Is causing disease
nnd decay in tho wholo system. They will clear
out me liver 01 nn uisciim'u uuu um, m,- i.v.
ttlated there, nnd rouso It up to a row and
henlthy nellon, by which uuturnl nnd heallhy
b Tho'iTt nmach,' bowcls.nnd liver nro ihusclcans
ed by tho uo of Hchcnck's MandMlto Pills j lint
theie icir.Blus In tho stomach an excess ot held,
tho organ Is torpid nnd tho nppetllo poor. In
tho bowels tho Indents nro wealt, nnd leuulr ng
strength nnd support. Ills In a condition 111.0
this that Hchenck's Heawecd Ton 0 proves lo bo
tho most valuablo remedy ever d scovered. It
Is alkaline, nnd Its use will ncutrallno all excess
or acid, making tho stomach sweet and Irosli j it
will glvo pormnucnl lone lo this Important or
gan, nnd crcalo it good, hearty appetite, nnd pre
paro the system fur tlio llrst processor a good di
gestion, nml ultimately mako goud, licnhlry,
living blood. Allcr Ibis preparatory treatment,
whnt remains to euro most cases or Consump
tion Is the ireonnd persevering use orsciieirck's
Iho Hj-stem, purities tho blood, nnd is rcndily ab
sorbed Into the circulation, nnd thence 1 distrib
uted to the diseased lungs. There it ripens nil
morbid matters, whether In the lormof nbice-s-csor
tubercles, und thennssists Nature to expel
nil tho diseased mailer, In lhe form of frco ex-
lintnrnllnll U'llPIl nllPn ll. rlllOllfl. 11 IS ttlCll. I)V
tho great healing mid purilylng properties of
rcciiencit n i iiimuuiu ri,i', um, . V
cavities aro healed up sound, and my p.itlcnt Is
Tho essential thing lo bo dono In curing Con
sumption is to get up n good appetite nud u good
IllUCHllOU. SO IIIUL II O Ul,H H ill Kll iu ...
ntul ltI. slrnnt. Ifui-iersoM lias diseased lungs,
a cavity or abscess there, tho cavity cannot
heal, the mutter cannot ripen, so longas tho sys
tem Is below par. What Is necessary lo euro is n
new order of tilings, a good nppetltc, u good
iiiitvlll,,,, llinlin,Ulii irniitf In !lih 11 till net lilt 1
then Nnturo Is helped, tho cnvltles will heal, tho
mnttcr Vlll Upcn nnd bo tlnown oil' in rgo
quantities, nnd tho person regain sirengui
'i bin Is Him f run find lllllv nlllll to I'UtO CollsUIUll
lion, and Ha person Is very bad, lriho lungs mo
not entirely destroyed, oroven Ifono lung Is en
tirely gone, If there Is enough vitality lilt in tho
other to heal up, there Is hope.
1 ha o seen mauy persons cured Willi only ono
sound lung, live nud enjoy lllo In n good old age.
This Is what Hchcnck's .Medicines will do tocuiu
Consumption. They win clean out 1110 sioniin u,
fcu-nptf.il mill iilrMiotlirll It. iret tlnlLeood tllgcs-
I Inn nml nlvn Nnliiln tlin ILMsUl.lllli;n silo llCCdS to
clear tho system of nil tho disease that hi lu tho
mugs, wnnievcr tuo lorm may oc.
It Is Important that while using Schenck's
Medicines, caro should bo exercised not to tako
cold; keep ln-doois Hi cold and d imp weather j
nvold night nlr, nud tako out-door exerclso only
iu n genial nun warm siiusiiiue.
I wish it distinctly understood that when I rec
ommend n patient to be careful lu regard to Ink
ing cold, whllo using my Medicines, J do so fur n
special leason. Ainim who has but partially re
covered from tho elttctsorn bad cold Is far moro
Hiibln to a rehinso than ono ?ho has been entire
ly cuied ; nud It Is precisely Iho snmo In icg.ird
to Consumption. So long us Iho lungs mo not
perfectly hcirU d, Just so long is thero Imminent
uanger oi n inn leiurn 01 inu uisunse. iiencu it
is llllll 1 so Sll eillliillniy eiiiiiiun iiiiiiii,iiiu
tlcuts ngalnst exposing themselves loan iilnios.
nbcro that is not cenlal and nlcnsant. Coutlrm
ed Consumptives' lungs nro n mass of sores,
which tlio least change or Hmosphera will lu
ilamc. Tho grand scciet of my success with my
MpiliMnrK r-nusLsts In mv nbtlltv lu subdue 111-
lluinniatlon Instead ol luovoklug II, as many of
tho lacuiiy no. ah luiiameii mug caiinoi, wuu
safety to tho patient, bo exposed to tlio tilling
blasts of Winter or tho chilling winds ol Spring
or Autumn. It should bocnrerully shielded lrom
nil Irritating Influences. Tho utmost caution
should bo observed In this pnrtlcular, nswlthout
It n euro under utmost nuy circumstances Is nn
'1 he person should bo kept onn wholcsomonud
nutritious diet, nud nil the Medicines continued
until tlio body has rcs.tored to It tho natural
rmnnf II v nf ftpsli nml strmiLrth.
I was myself cured by this treatment of tho
worst kllid of Couvumpliou, nud linvo lived to
get fat nnd hearty theso many years, with ono
lung mostly gone. Iliavocuieil thousands slnco
nnu very many navo uten cureu oy 1111s iitni
ment. v.-hnm 1 linvii never seen.
About lhe First ol October I expect to tako
possession nriny now buiniiug.nt the rsoriiicns
l.'iirner nf Hlxth nnd Arch Streets, whero 1 shut
bo pleased to glvo ndvlce to nil who may require
Full directions nccomnanv all mv Remedies.
so thnt a person In nny pm t ol tho world can be
reauny curtu uy a bind ooscrvnneo oi mo same.
J. II. HCIIENCIC, M. 1.
.Tohnsnn. Ilollawnv .t CowiIon.U02 Arch street
Philadelphia, wliolesnlo ngeuls. (novl"'7I-ly.
A GREAT MEDIGAir-"-
Dr. VALHEr.' O T. .
Hundreds cf Thoustudi:
WHAT ARE THEY?
do THEY ABE NOT A YILli
uas FANCY DRIWI'. V$
llidsof Poor Rnm.tVliiskcy, Troor Spirits
mid Refuse I.iQUors doctored, rplccd end sweet
ened to plcoaotbo taste, called" Tonics,"" Appctlr.
crs," Restorers," i.c, tact lead tho tippler oa to
drunkenness and rulL, bat aro a true Medicine, mado
from tlio Native Hoots and Herbs of California, frco
from nllAlcobello Sllmulnnis. They nro tho
GREAT 11LOOI) l'UKIFIEtt nnd A LIFE
GIVING PIUNCIl'LEapcrfcct llcnoiator ond
Invlgorator of the Bystcm, carrying off all polsonoca
natter and restoring tlio blood to a licaltliy condition.
Ko person can tako tlicso Hitters according to dlrec
Hon and rcmalnlong unwell.
61U0 wlllbo clTcnforan incaratla caco, proTldcd
tho bones nro not destroyed by mineral poison or
other means, and tho vital organs vastid beyond tbo
point of repair,
Viir Inllnnimntory nnd CUronlo Rheuma
tism nud Gout, Ilygpcnidu, ur ludlzcntloo,
Billons, Reuilllciit mid lutermitleut Fevcls
Dlstuseuot'thollloud, l.lur, Kidneys, und
lllndttcr, tacso Bittern Laro been mcst sncCLSS
ful. Such Diseases nro canted by Yltlntcd
lllood, vhlch 13 generally produced by dcranccmctt
of tho DIgestlvo Orzaus.
DYSPEPSIA OR INDIGESTION, Read
echo, Pain la tho Shoulders, Coughs, Tightness cf tho
Chest, Dbzlncsa, tour Eructations cf tho Etomach,
Bad tasto la tho tJoalh, IWlous Attacks, Palpitation
cf tho Heart, IcCcmreatlonof thoLcnjs, Pain la tho
rrelou cf Iho Kidneys, nnd n hundred other palnh.1
(jrny.loms.aro tho oCsprlncsof Dyspepsia.
Ihiylnnsorato tho Stomach and ittnvalato tho tor
pUllver and towels, which render them ofuncijuallcd
etlcacy la cleansing tho blood of all Imparities, nnd
Imrartlus new lifo and vigor to tho wholo system.
FOR SKIN D ISE ASUS, Eruptions, Tetter, Bait
Uicliu, Eiotcl.cs, trots, ritnplcs, l'ustulcs, Bolls, Car-lcnclcs,P.ln-Worms,
fcald-llcad, Eoro Eycs.Eryslp
tlar, luh, Ccurft, Wscoloratlona cf tho Ekln, Humors
end Hlscasca of tho hltln, of whatever namo or nature,
aro literally do: up nnd carried out or tho ryetcm In a
short timo by tho uso of theso Bitters, Ono bottlo In
such caMtt will conTlnco tho most Incredulous of their
Clcanso tho Vitiated lllood whenever you nnd Its
Imparities burstinc through tho Eldn lnrimplos, Erup
tlon3 cr Eorcs i clcanso It when you And It obstructed
and ElasgtsU la tho veins t clcanso It when It Is foul,
and your feelings will tell you when. Keep tho blood
puro nnd tho health of the system will follow.
PIN, TA PE and other WO ltais. lurxlnir In the
system of so many thousands, aro effectually destroy
ed and removed. Tor full directions, read carefully
tho circular around each bottlo, printed la four languages-English,
German, French and Spanish.
J. WALKER, Proprietor. R.H. MCDONALD l CO.,
Druggists and Oen. Agents, Ean Francisco, Cel.,
aud S3 and 3 commerce Street, New Vor.
rVSOLD BV ALL DHUCalSIS AND D CALCES.
To nuv person nroduclni' nnv frHr,inn Li,n,.
Inu hull us many llvlnij, jiermnnent cures as Dii.
Kril.Kll'a VFOKfAllblS Rlll.UMATIO RK31KI1Y.
cjcii imvaruiy oniy, j pieasunt Mcuielue, free
lrom Injurious druss. Wnrranted, under oath,
tolinvo permanently cured Win every iwi patients
tieated lu lhe past tun years. (Hco testimony.)
It Is lhe sclentlllo prescription of Professor Jos.
P. Filler, SI. D.,n eniilimlu.iif tho University nf
l eunsyivuuiu i. li. 1S.M, now uun fil I'lllliiuci-
nhla's oldest rcirular physicians, nnd Professor ol
Chemistry nud Toxlcolojry, who hns made
iveurniuia, Liironio uuu iiiuaramniory iiiieumn
tlsm tlio speciullly of his entlro professional
llio u laet voucni'ii ir ny 1110 siijiiuiures aceoui
pnuylmf euch bottle, ol mauy tiroinluent renown
id physicians, clircynil-n, ami other testimonials.
To protect sullerers lrom poisonous quuck nos
trums nud useless expemltluro of money, n legal
signed Kuaruuteo.suitlniiezuct number of bottles
warruntcd to cure, will bu iorwarded trntls to
any sutlererseudliiis by letter n full description
of utllictlou, Iu ease ot failure to cuio, amount
pnld positively relunded, Mediclua sent uuy.
wheru by express, collect on delivery. Atlllcted
Invited to wrlto for udvlcet all luformntlou and
medical advice sent by letter grutls. Principal
olllce. ! riouth Fourth street, Phlladehihla, Pa.
The Remedy Is sold or obtained by Druuulala.
ti'Sn . S?s1
Life Insurance Company,
OF NEW YORK.
1. of Policies lad 43,000
TS9UES nil tho now form of Policies
jLnuu presenis ns invornuio lernis ns uuy com'
nimv In tbn United Htnlps.
The company will malto temporary loans on
Thirty dnvs' irrnco nllowed on ench pnymcnt,
nmt tlin nnllcv Imlil rrnnil durlni- tlmt time.
All our pollclos nro lucontestablo lor tlio nsunl
Policies Issued by this comimuynro non-for
Vimvlrn rlin-im Inn, In for Irnvplt nir lermllS.
Policy hoi lers share lu tho nnntinl profits nt
mo company, nnu navo a vnico iu mo ciccuuns
nnu iiiaiiiiKCiueiii in 1110 coiiipaiiy.
Xo policy or medical Ico chanted.
.H'HTUH LAWRENCE, Pres't.
W. II. WYN1CO0P, VlcoPrcs't.
,T. P. RofiKits.Hecretnry, -8.
C. CHANubEii, Jr., Actuary.
Central Office of North-Eastern Ma,
LUDWIG & BROCKWAY,
General Adonis. 4
Tho only perfect Instrument In tho World. It
Is unequalled In Richness, Power, llrlllluncy and
Durability. Hncclal tonus to TcneJiers. Marked
favors to Clergymen, fcjeud for Illus'ratcd Arlou
C. W. FOSTER, General ARcnt,
mar 10'71 tf. Maucii Chumk, Pa
M. O. SLOAN & BHOTHEH
If nvo on hand nnd for salo nt tlio most rpSsOiuv
dig rates a spicuuiu riock or
nnd every description of Wagons both
rijAIN AND FANCY
wnrranted lo bo mndo of the best nnd moit ilnr-
nblo mntcrlnlN, nnd by the most experienced
wurismuii, su worK seni oni irom me esmu
Hsliment will bo found to boof tlio hlglicst class
nniiburoiOKive pcrieci fiiu.Muctton. Tlieybuv
UlftU U UUU UrSaUltJIlUUl 1 J 1
of nil tho newest nnd most inshlonnblo styles
Avuiiauucureimiy mauonuu oi me uehi muter
All Inspection of their work 1h nslrcd nn it
believed that none superior cnu be found In tho
tuumry, jan ni
EW Film AT OHANGEVILLE
IRON FOUNDRY AND AGRICUL
GREAT IMPR0VR.MKNT.S IN PLOWS AND
Mr. Jacob Trlvlentcco hnvliij; purchased tho
Interest of Chnrles W. Low In tlio nbovo nnmod
works, tho business will bo eo ltlnund ntnierthn
nnu nninooi wii.i.iaji mciiuylkii to. llavlm;
discovered several Imperfections in tho plows
manufactured lu ll70. thev havo strom-thened
unit improvedthem.nud udded somo entire new
patterns. They will open the .Spring trade of 1871
mr lu ndvaiiee of nnytlilin; uer oilered totho'
puonc, ueini! ooin practical meenanics, nud hav
luir their work nil dono under their own suncr.
vision they gunrautee their work superior lu
milium,! uuu iiiiiBii to nny iiureiuii.ro ouereu
ueuiers snooiii iiol aecetiL oi nuvniner nL'rten
turnl lmtilements until thev bnvn exmnlnmi nm
.iauuiaeiure. runners riiiouiu irv our n nws
beforo buylngnuy other. They ulso mauufacturo
ALL, K1ND& OF CVBIINGS,
usunllv mntlo 111 first 'clnss Foundries, saw nml
b.iab .un, aaiiub,, iiiuuu uuu iineu up io oruer,
nro mndo a sneclnlty. nnd somo verv decided lm
provemeuts have been lntinilupeil intnthlr inu.
chines, l'rlees lower thun ever; all kinds ot
country produeoaudold Iron taken lu exchange
wiwi.-, uiiiTvL .niul iuu iiiuiiiiiaciury. uiu ugeu
..i:a r.i,.j,iii, iuu iujj IUQ WlUlCf.
Address nil orders to
WILLIAM SCHUYLER & CO..
AGRICULTURAL, WORKS, O RANGE VILLE
COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA,
1115 WM. T. HOPKINS, 133
1115 CHESNUT ST.,(Girard Row,
133 NORTH-EIGHTH STREET
(N. K. Con. 8rn and Chekiiv.,)
Mtttiufucturor aud Dealer of our Four
Our CelebrntCd Chamnton llnonHklrls. Inelml.
Iiik :tso styles nnd sizes, for Ladles, .Misses and
Children. Mntiiilactured to meet tho wants ol
ursi-eiass iruue, at tlio lowest prices,
CORSRTft 111 1S7 styles nnd crndes to meet the
......... .... .. Uu.g,MUi,IUKUIL-, IVIIU KWIX UlU
desirable make, nt prices beyond competition
PANIER I1USTLFH In S3 varieties, from 30c. to
l... i"iiiiuiiiK iniir uioiii, 7.e; nou inu, -lie
.lUaOn. 6.'tc: NewHrondwnv. KSe; Klpct. hsc.. nm
every oilier deslrablo Hustlo at lowerprlces thun
,ijr uiuui ,mi ties iu inu iruue.
LADIES' UNDERGARMENTS In every quali
ty, from the finest to tbn lnwi.Ht. nrlees. Tnelti-i
und Funry Muslin Skirls, lu 2i varieties, from
"Oo. to 87.01. Chomlses rrom (iJc, tojl.75. Draw.
to, ill, .ihiii. uicnai;., B1.UU ll, cv.uj.
Toilet Hacks, 81c. to SU.U. Corset Covers, l.ou to
(5.00. Airous, Misses' nud Children's Cndcr
uarmeuis, ixo, o-c.
Wo have tho larcest. best and cheapest lines ol
tho above uoods lu Philadelphia. Every pur
chaser nn suve time nnd money by exuiululug
Sept. 30, W71,
GENTS WANTED FOR
PHASES OP LONDON LIFE.
By D. J, KntWAN, the well-known Journalist.
THE VERY LARGEST COMMISSIONS PAID.
This book Is a beautiful octavo of urn paces
embellished with suu engravinus, nud a lluely ex.
cculed map of Loudon, designed and executed
expressly lor this work by eminent artists. It
contains a full, irranhle and truthful utntmnAnt
of Xheiituhts, bicrets and 6'tnsafiom of the ureal
Metropolis of tho world. Address,
1IUFFIELU AS1IMEAD, Publisher
ucck (i-ii mnuu.uiii oireet, I'Ulludelphla
Wn nniff tinvfl en hand a lnt-cn nacin ni,&.t
assortment of JUSTICE'S and CONbTAULEH
11LANKS, to which we Invito thu atteutlou of
to ess oniceri.
ENRY T. IIELMliOLU'S.
Oiinyioneitl Hirit-lTiiltJ IMraet Jthubai b anil
1'lutit tract Cutatcba drape
FOR LIVER COMPLAINTS, JAUNDICE. 11IL
10U3 Al-'FEOTIONH. HICK OR NERVOUS
HEADACHE, COSTIVENF-SH, Etc. PURUI.v
VEOnrAIlLE, CONTAINING NO MERCURY
MINERALS OR DELETERIOUS DRUGS.
Theso Pills nro tho most delightfully plcnsnu
purgative, supcrsedliiii castor oil, sails, mag
nesia, etc. Thoro is nothing moro ncccplnblo to
tho stomach, They clvo tone, and cutiso uclthci
nausea uor griping pnlns, Tucy nro composed
of the finest ingredients. Alter a fow days' uso
them, sucu an ltivlitoratlou of tho entlro system
takes placo ns to appear mlrnculous to too wenk
nnd cucrvntcd, whether arising lrom lmpru
denco or dlseaso, II, T. llelmbold's Compound
FlulilExtrnctCatnwbnGrnno Pills nro not r
coated, from tho fact thnt sugar-coated Plus do
dissolving, consequently do not produce tho de
sired cirect, THE CATAWI1A GRAPE PILLS
being pleasant lu tasto and odor, do not necessi
tate their being sugar-coiilcd. PRICE FIFTY
CENTS PER UOX,
11EN11Y T. MJLM1S0LW8.
IIiaitl.Y CONCENTRATED COMI'OUNll
FLUID EXTRACT SARSAPARILLA
Will radically exlsrmlnnto from tho system
Scrofuln,Hyphllls, FoverSores, Ulcers, HoroEyo
Boro Leas, Horo Mouth, Head, llrouchltl
Skin Dlsenses, Salt RhctiiA, milters, Running
froni tho Ear, Whlto Swellings, Tumors, Call
ccrous Affections, Nodes, Rickets. GlnndnrSwol.
lugs, Night Sweats, Rash, Totter, Humors ol n
Rinds, Chronic Rhcumnllsm, Dyspepsia, nnd n
dlseaso thnt has beeu established Hi tho Hysto
Helngprepnrod EXPRESSLY forthonbovo com
plaints, lis I1LOOD-PURIFYING proprieties nr
greater than any other preparation ol Sarsapa
rilla. It gives tlio COMPLEXION n clear nu
healthy color nnd restores tho patient to n stato
ol HEALTH nud PURITY. For Purifying tho
lllood, removing all Chronic Constitutional Dis
cuses arising lrom nn lmpuro stato of the blood
And tho only rcliatilonndcircctual known reme
dy lor tho emu of Pnlns nnd Swellings ol tho
Hones, Ulcerations of tho Thront unit Leg
lilotches, Pimples on tno Fncn, Erysipelas nn
nil scnly Eruptions of Iho Skin, nnd llenutlfyin
tho Complexion. Price, SIM per Hottle.
HENRY T. HELMBOLD'S
FL UII) VXTJiA CTJi UCI1 U,
THE GREAT DIURETIC,
has cured ovcry caso of Diabetes lu which It hn
been given, Irritation ortho neck of tholilnddc
aud luUanunation of tho Kidneys, Ulceration o
tho Kidneys nnd llladder, Retention of Urluo
Diseases or tho Prostate Gland. Stouo lu tho Iliad
dcr, Cnlculs, Gravel, llrlckdusl Deposit, aud
Mucous or Milky Discharges, nnd for Enreebled
nnd Delicato Constitutions of both Soxes, niton
ded with tho following symptoms: Iudlsposl
tlon to Excrtlou, loss ot Power, loss of Memory
Dllllculty of Ilrenthlng, Wenk Nerves, Treiu
ullng. Horror of Dlscnse, Wukciulness, Dlnuies
or Vision, Pnln In tho Rock, Hot Hnnds, Flush
lug or tho Rody, Dryness ol tho Skin, Eruption
ou tho Fnce, 1'ullld Oonntcunuco, Unlversa
Lusslludo or the Muscular System, etc.
u,Used by persons lrom tno nges of eighteen to
twcnty-llvo, nud lrom thlrty-ilvo lo lllty-llvo oi
lu tho dcclino or chaugo of life; nftcr coullne
meut or labor pains; bed-wetting In children.
Hclmbold's Extract Iluchu Is Diuretic nnd
Illood-Pitrllylng, and cures nil diseases arising
lrom HnbiU or Dissipation, und Excesses nml
Imprudences lu Life, Impurities or tlio lllood
etc., superseding Copabla In infectious for which
It Is used, nnd Syphilitic Airectlons lu theso
diseases used lu connection with HELM HOLD'S
In mnny nircctlons peculiar lo Indies, tho Ex
tract Huchu Is utiequnlledbyauy other remedy
as Is Chlorosis or Retention, Irregularity, Pain
fulness or Suppression or Customary Evacua
tions, Ulcerated or Schlrrus Stato or tho Uterus
Leucorrho'a or Whltes.Slerlllty.iiudror nil com
plaints incident to tho sox, whether arising lrom
Indiscretion or llnbits or Dissipation. It Is pre
scribed extensively by tho most eminent physi
lans aud Mldwlves for Enfeebled nud Delicate
Constltutlous, of both sexes und nil nges (atten
ded with nny of thonbovudlseascso r symptoms
II. T. HELMllOLD'S EXTRACT 11UCIIU
CUKES DISEASI-S ARISING FROM IMPRU
DENCE, HAI1ITS OF DISSIPATION, ETC.,
lu nil their stages, at Httlo expense, Httlo or no
chnngo lu diet, no Inconvenience, nnd no ex
posuro. It causes n frequent desire, nnd gives
strength to Urtnnte, thereby removing Obstruc
tions, Preventing nnd Curing Strictures of tho
Urctha, Allaying Pnln nnd Inllnmmatlon, so
frequent In this clnss of dlsenses, nud expelling
nil Poisonous matter.
Thousands who hnvo been tho victims of in
competent persons, nnd who havo paid heavy
fees to bo cured lu n Hhort t lmo, have found they
havo been deceived, and that tho "Poison" hns,
by tho uso of "powerful ustringentB," been dried
up In the system, to break out In a moro nggr.i
vnted form, nud pcrhnrs niter Mnrrlage.
Uso HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT HUCHU for nil
All'ectlous uud Diseases of tho Urinary Organs,
whether existing In Malo or Femalo, from whnt
ever cnuso originating, und no matter of how
long standing. PRICE ONE DOLLAR AND
FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLE.
HENRY T. HELMBOLD'S IM
PROVED ROSE WASH
cannot ho surpassed ns a FACE WASH.and wll
bo found tho only spcclllo remedy iu every
species of CUTANEOUS AFFECTION. It spee
dily eradicates PIMPLES, SPOTS, SCORRUTIO
DRYNESS, INDURATIONSof tho CUTANEOUS
MEMBRANE, etc., dispels REDNESS aud IN
CIPIENT INFLA.MATION, HIVES, RASH
MOTH PATCHES, DRYNESS OF SCALP OR
SKIN, FROSTBITES, und all purposes lor which
SALVES or OINTMENTS ore used j restores the
skin to a state or purity and softness, and In
sures continued healthy nctlon to tho tissue o
Its vessels, on which depend tho agreeable clear
ness aud vivacity of complexion so much sought
nnd admired. Hut however vnlunblo as
remedy tor existing defects ortho skin, II, T
Helmbold's Roso Wash has long sustained Its
prlnclplo claim to unbounded patronago, by
possessing qualities which render It a TOILET
APPENDAGE of the most Suporlatlvo aud
Congenial character, combining lu an elegant
formula those prominent requlslts, SAFETY nnd
EFFICACY the Invariable accompaniment ot
Its use as a Preservative nnd Refresher of the
Complexion. It is nn excellent Lotion for dis
eases ofaSyphllltlo Nnturo, und us an Injection
lor diseases of tho Urinary Organs, arising from
habits of dissipation, used ln-conueetlou with
the EXTRACTS BUCHU.SARSAPARILLA, nud
CATAWBA GRAPE PILLS, In such dlsenses as
recommeujed, cannot be surpassed. PRICE
ONE DOLLAR PER BOTTLE.
Full and explicit directions accompany the
Evidence of tho most rosponslblo and reliable
character furnished on application, with hun
dreds of thousands of living witnesses, and up
ward of so,ooo unsolicited certificates and reconi
meudatory letters, mauy of which are from tho
highest sources, Including eminent Physicians
Clergymen, Statesmen, etc. Tho proprietor U
never resorted to their publication In the news
papers; he does not do this from tho fact tlia
his articles rank as Standard Preparations, and
do not need to be propped up by certificates.
Henry T. IIclmbolil'H Genuine
Delivered to any address. Secure from ousel
Established upwards of twenty years. Bold by
DrugglsU everywhere Address letters for In
formation, In conttdence to HENRY T, HELM
BOLD, Druggist and Chemist
Only Depots! H. T. HELMBOLD'S Drue and
Chemical Warehouse, No. 691 Broadwuy, New
York, or to H.T. HELMBOLD'S Medical Depot
101 South Tenth Street, Philadelphia, Pa,
BEWARE Oi" COUNTERFEITERS.
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