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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBU11G. COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
'I' . re uro aroin wlio tliink Hint tlio
b 1 1 ; f i ( unit lumper of it hotso must In
bro.i;to tnnko hltn vultialilo. I'nf.
Wtifjnor, In lih work on tho "Education
of Horses," says:
"I would caution llioso wlio Iriiln or
tnu homca Hgnlnstoxcltititf tho 111-wlllof
tho uuluial. Many think thcynrodo
intr flnoly, und nro proud ,of their suc
cess In horso-trolnlng, by means of
povero whipping, or otherwise, rousing
nnd stimulating tho5pn9slons,nnd then,
from necessity, crushing tho will,
through which tho resistance is prompt
ed. No tnlstnko can bo greater than
this i and thcro is nothing that so fully
exhibits tho ability, Judgment and skill
of tho mil horseman as tho caro and
tact displayed in winning instead of
repellli g tho action of tho mltul.
Although it may bo necessary to uso tho
whlps'imotimcs, it should always bo ap
plied Judiciously, and great caro should
bo taken not to rouse tho passions or ex-
clto the will to obstinacy.
"Tho legitimate and proper nso of tho
whip 1 calculated to opcrato upon tho
sense of fear almost entirely. The nffec
tlons and better nature must bo uppcal
cd to lu training a horso na well as iu
training a child. A reproof given may
bo intended for tho good of tho child,
but, lfonly tho passions aro excited, tho
effect Is depraving nnd injurious. This
la i vital principle, nnd can bo dlsre
garded in tho management of sensitive,
courageous horses only nt tho imminent
risk of spoiling thorn. I havo known
many horses of naturally gentlo charac
ter to be spoiled by being whipped once,
and ono horso that was made vicious by
bel:-g struck with a whip onco whilo
stamJIng lu his stall.
"I havo referred to these instances to
sh' -. tlio danger of rough treatment,
atfl Hie eflVet that may easily ho pro
dm 1 iy ill usage, especially with flno
bl ! iiorsjs and thoso of a highly tier
vcr. - frmperamcnt. JIany other cases
m' ,t bo cited, as such nro by no means
ui i ::imon. Sensitive horses should
nc . r 1 o left after they havo been ox
ci" 1 !.' tho whip or other means, until
c. .1 down by rubbing or patting tho
in' '. a 'ui neck.and giving apples, sugar,
or- i '"thing of which tho animal is
fon I. Kenicmber, tho whip must bo
U1" 1 with great caro, or it is liable to do
ml- hkf, and many cause irreparable
Treatment of Wounds in Horses tinil Cattle.
Many permanent blemishes which do
prcciato tho vnluo of horses might bo
pro vented by caro ful attention as soon
as tho Injury is inflicted. Broken skin
on tho kneo may sometimes, for want
of proper treatment, result in an ugly
scar, which will reduce tho selling
value of a horso one fourth or more. In
farmers' atablcs horses are often per
mitted to get looso, and tho consequence
is that sotno morning tho owner finds
ono of his animals badly kicked. A
wound mado by the sharpened calks of
a horse shoo in Winter time is a
very ugly looking one, and needs some
littlo surgery to dress so as to avoid a
bad blemish ; aud yet It may bo dono
by tho use of such skill as is nt the
command of any ono who can dress a
cut of liia own finger. In tho first place,
whenever an injury Is inflicted, it
should bo attended to at once, or with
as Ilttlo delay as possible. If any dirt is
in tho wound, it should bo well cleaus
ed with a soft spongo and luko-warm
water. Then with a proper needle (a
curved surgeon's needle should be used)
and stout silk twist, pass as many
stitches through tho edges of the wound
as will draw them and hold them to
gether. These stitches should not bo
made as in sewing cloth, but tho thread
is to bo passed through tho skin at
points directly opposito to each other.
The two ends of tho thread should bo
tied into a secure knot after drawing
tho edges of tho wound closely together.
If tho edges aro ragged, some caro must
bo exercised to bring tho corresponding
parts into their proper place. If swell
. ing take3 place, apply cold water until
it is reduced, and avoid all irritating or
spirituous applications unless they be
come necofsary. Nature will generally
perform the euro if assisted to make
a proper start. If tho wound should not
seem inclined to heal, and a stimulat
ing application becomes necessary, tho
foil " .-Ing ointment has been fonnd of
gi : ucneflt: To ono pound of hog's
1. . ' t.t!;o a quarter of a pint of spirits
of n.rpentlno nnd an ounce of bluo
v ... il (sulphato of copper), powder
th ! li.e vitriol very flne,melttho lard,
a i t.i- in tho othor ingredients, until
c " ; apply a sufilcieut quantity to tho
w i ui. A healthy action will soon en
r . -Canada Farmer.
iYrilta? Nettles to Layiii? Hens',
i'.ui Vienna Agricultural and Forest
Jo iwil states that hens fed in tho Win
trv with chopped and boiled ncttlo
Kiw i, or with tho seeds, and kept in n
warm place, will continue to lay during
tho entire Winter. Tho experiment
was first suggested by noticing tho
eagerness with which both domoitie
and wild fowl devour tho neltlo leaves
and seeds whenever tho opportunity Is
afforded. This proclivity is bellovcd
to bo tho reason why, with tho enor
mous yield of seeds on tho part of the
tho nettle, comparatively so fow plants
spring. It is stated also that iu Den
mark tho seeds nnd leirea of tho nettle
aro fed very carefully to horsos, after
havlngbeoneollected.dried and ground;
threo times a week, morning nnd even
ing, a handful of this nottlodust is mix
ed with tho oats, in consequence of
which tho horses aro said to become
fleshy aud sleek, and their hair to grow
unusually long; and to assume n re
markably beautiful, silky luster.
Shallow vs. Deep Pans. Thoraa3
J. Edge, of Chester county, writes to
lo Practical Farmer that ho lias tried
tho effect of setting tho milk in deep
and shallow pans. IIo used equal quan
tities of milk, and tlio ri'sult was a yield
of about ono-thlrd moro cream from
that placed In deep vessels. Tlio cream
la tho shallow pans was somowhat
thicker, and that from tho dcop cans be
came sour sooner than tho other. IIo
had always before used tho shallow
pans, but is now convinced that the
deep ones aro tlio best. Besides tho In
creased yield of cream, their uso saves
much room aud labor. In tho upper or
German townships of Bucks county, tho
uso of deep pans for sotting milk is al
most universal. Tho stranger passing
along tho road is often struck with the
number of deep earthen pots hung on
tho palo fences in front of tho dwellings
so different from tho shallow vessels
generally used elsewhere.
A 1'alrjr Story.
poor woman had a wonderful chair.
it was not of gold, or set with precious
stones, nor did It oven possess a velvet
cushion ; but 11 had such a wonderful
property that It could tell, if asked, nil
that had been said by tho person who
sat last In it, and tho woman valued it
moro than sho would havo dono a cas
It happened, ono day, tlio king was
hunting in tlio forest whero tlio poor
woman lived, and, being weary, went
into her cottage, when ho had sat thcro
a while, he asked tho woman who llv
cd in tho tower on tlio edgoof tho wood,
"Indeed, now," unswored tho woman,
"I cannot tell, though D.uno Martin
York was telling mo but yesterday.
Sho said It was tho Jlarnnls of Mar
quis of-Chnir, what was It that D.uiio
"Sho said that tlio Marquis of Mis
tletoo lived there," answered tho chair,
"You havo a remarkable chair there,"
said tho king ; "how docs it happen
that a chair cm talk ?"
"It was not thechnlr, your majesty,"
said the woman, frightened nt having
told her secret. "I answered myself."
"Why, then, did you call on tlio
chair V" asked tho king.
"Oh, that is a foolish way I havo of
talking.' returned tho woman.
"Will you sell mo tho chair ?" asked
tho ktng, again.
"Oh, your majesty, I daro not," said
ho woman. "It was my great-great-grcat-grcatgraud-father's
when dying, ho declared that if tlio
chalrover went out of tho family, nil
our luck would go with it."
Of courso tho king did nut beliovo a
word of this; and when tho woman
went out of tlio room, ho sit down iu
tho chair and said :
"Intery, mlntery.cutery, corn.' Then
getting up ho asked thochalr, "Chair,
what did I say Just now V"
'Intery, military, cutery, corn,'' an -swered
tho chair, at oiice.
So the king, being suro that tho chair
could talk, went away; but tho next
day ho camo with his oillccra of tho
court, and said to the woman.
"Will you sell mo your great-great-great-great-grandfather's
chair to day ?'
"Alasl" said tho woman, "I have
told your majesty that I cannot."
"Chair," asked the king, "what did
tho last person who sat down in you
"Oh, what a great fo-il tlio king is!"
replied tho chair.
"It Is not tin.-. I said nothing of tho
sort!" cried tho woman.
"It is true," said tho king, " and you
shall go to prison for it. For tho chair,
I will tako caro of it myself."
And so ho had it brought homo to
his plac..', aud placed it in his receiving
room. No ono thought anything about tho
chair, it was such a plain affair ; but it
also looked so comfortable, that nearly
every one sat down in it. So tho king
observed who s.U In it last, nnd shut
ting all tho doors, asked the chair :
"Chair.what did theLord High Fiddle
sticks say, when ho whispe'red to tho
D.irao of the Powder-closet ?"
"IIo said that your majesty was a
greater simpleton than ever," answer
ed tho chair.
"I don't beliovo il!" cried tho king,
very angry; but, of course, tho chair
had nothing to say to that.
Tho king, who had always thought
himself tho wisest of men, could not
forget what tho chair had said. Ho was
alsojust as anxious to know why it was
that tho Lord High Fiddlesticks
thought him such u simpleton. IIo
tried to remcmbor what silly things ho
had dono; but, on looking back, all his
actions seemed to him remarkably cle
ver. Iu short, ho so tormented himself
that ho did not get a wink of sleep that
night. The next day it happened thut
a beautiful princess, whom tho king de
sired to marry, sat down in tho chair,
and sat there a long time, and, of course,
tho king was oven moro anxious than
beforo to hear what tho chair had to
"Sho said," auswerod tho chair, "that
sho really must go homo, for that you
gavo her no peace, but worried her
continually, by trying to mako lovo to
"I do not beiievo it!" roared tho
king; "I do not beiievo it!" but of
course, tho chair was mum, as beforo.
Tho next day, tho princess happened
to sit in the chair again, nnd tho king
wosjust as anxious to know what Bho
had said as before.
"Sho said," answered tho chair, "that
sho was ready to dlo of laughing when-
over sue saw you; that you had tho
graco of an elephant and tho politeness
of a bear ; and sho only wished that you
could see, yoursolf, how stupid and
disagreeable you seomcd to othnrs !"
The king was so afflicted co hear thl s
that ho forgot even to bo angry ; but
seeing, a fow days after, his best aud
dearest friend seat himself, ho carao
onco moro to ask tho chair what had
"Ho said." answered tlio ermtr. "thnt
you wero a tyrant ; that you had reign-
eu too long, and your pooplo wero tired
of you, and that ho would soon tako
your crown away from you."
"Klouot beliovo it," called out tho
king, but tho chair was mum, as be
fjro. Then tho king How Into a violet rage.
"MIserablo tulnc!" ho a.iitl t(i thn
chair, "you havo mado mo unhappy for
tuo wnoio or my lire."
And, seizing a hammer, ho broko tho
chair Into bitfl, and throw tho pieces into
tho fire, so that tho chair was of littlo
service, after all.
rUi'KHrnNn.-Thu longor I live, tho
moro I feel tho Importaneo of adhering
to tho following ruled, which I havo
laid down fur myself In such matters :
1. To hear iw littlo as poaslblo what is
to tho prejudico of othors.
2. To boliovo nothing of tho kind un
til I am absolutely forced to.
il. Never to drink In tho spirit of ono
who circulates au III report.
1. Always to moderatoas far as I can,
tho unklndnesi which is oxproased to
0. Always to beliovo that, If tho othor
side wero heard, a vory different ac'
count would bo givon of tho matter.
Too many porsons are far less asham
ed ofhavlng dono wrong than of being
found out. Aro you ono of thorn ?
To Debilitated Person,
To Sufrorers from Liver Complaint,
To thoso having no Appetite,
To thoso with Broken Down Consti
tutions, To Nervous people,
To Children Waiting Away,
To nny with Debilitated Digestive
Or tuiTcrtim with aw of thc foltowina
Symptoms, which indicate Disordered
lAvcr or mcomaei,
such ns Con
Piles, Fulness nr
llloiiil tollie lleiul, Aclit
lly of (ho Stiunnch, .N'huo:i,
Heartburn, Disgust for Front,
Rour nrinc'tKtloiiB.Hinkliigor Flut
tering nt tho Pit uf the Stomnch, Swim
ming ol tho Heod, Hurried nnd llllllcutt
lirouthitiij, FIuttcrliiK nt tho Hoirt, Choking
or suffocating Heimtlons when In a Lying Pus
turo, Dimness or Vision, Dots or Webs before
thnSighl,Fovcrnnddull imln In tho licn.l,
Deficiency of Pcrspltatlon, Yellowness
of tun sltln mill Eyos, 'alii In tho
Side, Uncle, Cheit, Lltuii, o.,
HuilJ.rn Flushes ur lle.it,
Humlng 111 tha Flosn,
of Evil, nud great
- Depression of
IIOOFLAND'S elEHMAN MTTEHS.
A Itinera without Alcohol or Spirits or nny kind,
Is ttllTereut from nil others. It Is composed of
the pure Juices, or Vital i'rlnclple of Hoots, Herbs,
nnd 7arAi, (orns Medicinally termed Extracts,)
the worthlcssor Inert portions of tlio Ingredient
not being used. Therefore In ono tlnttlo of this
Hitler ttiorn is continued us much medicinal
virtue ns will bo found In several unions of or
dinary mixtures. Tho ltoots, AO., usod lu tills
llllteis nro crown In Ucrninny, their vllnl prin
ciples extracted in that country by a scientific
Chemist, nnd forwarded to the niunuf,ictory In
Ibis cllv, wnoro tneyaro compounded und hot
tied, Containing no spirituous Ingredients, this
Hitters Is tree from tho objections urged nullum
nil others: no deslro for stimulants can belli
iluced from their use, thoy c innot make drunk
ards, mid cannot under nny circumstance-., liavo
nny but a lcnetlclil effect,
HOOKLAND'S rjr.ttM.VN TOUtC,
Was compounded lor thoso not Inclined to
cxtremu bitters, mid Is Intended for uso lu cises
when somo iiloobollo stimulant Is required In
connection with tho Tonlo propertlos 01 tlio Ou
ters. Knch bittlo of the Tonlo coatnlns ono bot
tle of thn Hitters, combined wlih pure HA NT A
CItUK HUM, nnd llnvored lu such n manner that
tho extromo bitterness or the bitters Is overcome,
funning n proparntton. highly lurecililo und
pleasant to tho palate, nnd comntulug the medi
cinal virtues ol too outers. Tho pi ice of tlio
Tonlo In 51.50 per ltottlo which many persons
think toohlsh. They must take Into considera
tion that the stimulant used Is guaranteed to I mi
of a puro quality. A poor nrtlclo could be fur
nished nt n clio.ipcr prlce.but Is It not better to pay
n little nioreuud havo a gojd article? A medi
cinal preparation bliould contain nono bat tho
bet Ingredients; nnd thcywtio expect to obtain
a cheap compound, and bd bcnetltloi by It will
mostcertalnly be cheated.
JlOOrtiAN'D-S eiMSMAN lliri'URS,
IIOOFLAND'S GKKMAN TOXIC,
ilOOFLAND'S rODOrUYLUN PILL,
WILL CURE l'OU.
They aro tho Oroatcst
II I. O 0 D 1 U U I F I H K 8
Known to tho Medical worl 1, nnd will eradl
catedlso.isesnrlslng from impure blood. Debility
of the Digestive Organs, or diseased l.ivor. In u
shorter tlmo tlinu nny other Ituuwn remedies.
The whole SUrnKJIU COUUT of Pennsylvania
BI'KAK Foil TUE.S& KKUnDIEH.
Wlio would nsk for rnoro Dlgninod andStronccr
Hon. Oeoiiob W. Woodwabd, former Chief Jus
tice of the Supreme Court of I'cnnnlvanla, a
present Member if Congress from Vennxjlmn'm
Philadelphia, Mnrch 10th, 1837.
I find " Iloofland's German Hitters" Is n cood
tonic, useful in diseases of tho dlixcsllvo orirans.
md of great benedt 1 n cases of dcbtllty and want
of action lu the systora. Yours truly
UEOKOC W. WOJllWAHD.
Hon. JamesTuomsox, dilef JuitlcseJ the Supreme
Cow t of Pennsylvania.
PHILADELPHIA, April Si, 1E8T.
I consider "Iloofland's German Hitters" a val
uable medicine In ca-so of attacks ot Indli-estlnn
or DvsDen.sl.-i.. i cjin rcrtlfv (ON from mv oxnti
rlencoof It. Vours, with respect,
Hon. acoKOU Siiausvood, Justtct of the Supreme
Court of rennsylcantu.
Philadelphia, Juno 1, 1S63.
I havo found by experience thit "Hooll.vnd's
German Hitters" Is it very gold tonlo, relieving
dyspeptic symptoms almost directly.
Hon. Wm. P. Kogers.JAi'or i7ij CUyof JJuffalo.
Mayor's Oince, Uuffalo, Juno 22,
I havo Uho.1 "Ilnotlands German Hitters nml
Tonlo" In my family during the pist year, nnd
can recommend them ns nu excellent tonic. Im
parting tono nnd vigor to tho system. Their mo
has beeu productive of decidedly beneficial
effects. Wji. r". ItoUKiu.
Hon. Jatnes M. Wood, Ilt-Mjyorof Willtamsport
1 tako great pleasuro In reeMimou Jlne" lloof
Innd's German Toulo " to any mid who may bo
ntaicted with Dyspepsia. I had tho DysepsU so
badly it was Impossible to keep my food In my
stomach, nnd I becume so weale as not to bo nblo
towalk bulfamilo. Two bottles of Tonlo efl'ooted
n perfect cure. Jamcs M. Wood.
HOOFL.VND'S UKUMAN IlITrKltis,
IIOOFLAND'S GERMAN TONIC
Will Curo every case of
MARA S MU 8,
Or Wasting away of tho Body.
IIOOFLAND'8 GERMAN REMEDIED
Aro tho modliilne.s you requlro to purify tho
Illood, cxclto tho torpid Liver to healthy action,
and to enablo you to pus safely thro ;h any
hardships or exposure.
P O D O P II Y L L, I M ,
Substitute fou Mbucury Pills.
TWO riLLH A DOSE.
Ihe most Foicerful, Yet Innocent,
Vegetable Cathartio known.
It U not ncccskary to tako ahondfullof theso
Pills to produce tho desired cAfeci- two nr tii.u,
nctqu ckly and powerlully, cleansing the Liver,
btomacti nnd Uiwols of all Impurities Tuo
M.iutimo juKieuiem, is rouopnyitin, urine Alco
holic Extract of Mandrake, which is by uiuuy
times more powerful, acting mid searching tliun
the Mandrake Itself. Its peculiar action Is upon
ttOtlH. Wil l IL 1 11. . tmuur .if Llnrnn... ..... t
from the Injurious results altuched to the use of
For all illsensos lu which the uso of a cathartio
Is Indicated, theso pills will give entire (ullslao
llon In ovory cose. They NKVEIt FAIL.
In eases ol Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia anil
?,l""uo costlveness, Dr. HoollaudSi German
.. . If or..'' "'0 should bo used Ir. counecUon
with tho Pi iw Ti,., m..i. ..r iii,,.:....
lonlobutuisupthesystcin. The Hitters or Toula
purines the lllnod, strengthens tho Nerves, kbii
and r vtr' anJ K,ve" lrcuBt'1, energy
Keep your Bowels nctivo with tho Pills, und
tone i up the system with Hitters or Tonlo und
yon cau re'l" U'O bold, or eveu assail
,I''",h,i.,r0o,mV,una ! "" ao not allow tho
Drucitlst to Induce vnu n tui.unnu,i ... !:?;
may say Is Just us good, becau-w ho iaakes a
Those llemedlM will bo sent by express to
nny locality, upon application to thn PitiNOI.
PAL OFFICE, nt ino GKKMAN MUDIUINE
oisjuu, uji Area m., rniiaceipuui.
CUAS. M. KVAXS, Vroprhilor.
Thoso ltemcdloa are lor sale by Druggists
DLuresceporj.nu i medicine uoatcrs ever y wn
f W. NifiKS,
M U S 1 0 W A IlJE II O 0 U 8
A itciiernl iissortincnt of
JtU8iaL MEUOHANDlHr. ALWAY8 ON
VIOLIN BTIUNOS OF THE WIST QUALITY
THE LATEST SHEET MUSIC.
PIANO AND 0110 AN STOOL'S ALL STYLE8
A I!ITTi:it ASSOIlTillCKT MP UKGANH
THAN CAN 11 U I'DUMI
THE TEMPLE ANOELIO OUOAN WHICH
HAS THE HWEET1HT TONE THAT
CAN HE POUND IN A
3t;aii and cxamlno bsforo purcbaslmr rle
where. Wnrerooin Main Htri-ct, below Market,
opposite u-orcii s itiriiiiuro wnrerooms, iiiooms-
uuri;, augi, ,7i-iy
BOOTS, SHOES AND GAITERS,
E. M. KNORR'S
CHEAPEST AND BEST
Tlio County Affords
0 ASH PRICES
LOOK OUT FOR BARGAINS
IN BOOTS AND SHOES THIS FALL,
Come and Examine
Before Purchasing Elsewhere.
E. M. KNORR,
HE IIAH THE
FINK3T GOODS, LATEST STYLES
AND EMPLOYS THE
ii t: sr work .ii i: x.
For kooJ fits and promptness In tllllnsr ord, rs
beie Is the place lo go.
Hlscooilsnro selected wltli cira and his Cus
tom Work will compare favorably with tbo best
ctforts of tlio fashionable city Dealer.
HE KEEPd A LA HUE STOCK OF
HOYS' AXM Cim.I)Iir,N'.S CI.0T1UNH
GIFTS' FirnSISKIXtt GOOSJS,
At Astonlshlniflv IjOW Prlcos,
Illo'jniibiirg, HC'i't. ?J, 1S71-U
JOUN G. JACOBY'S
BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY!
The nnderslened would resnertfutlv Intnrtn
the Cltlteus of lierwlck. and vlclnltv. that he
uus upeueu u lAiuiecwouury uuu uaKery in
ODD FELLOWS' HALL,
Berwick. Pa., where he Is nrenared to furnish
mi liiuiu ui
PLAIN AND FANCY CANDIES,
FOREIfJN AND DOMESTIC FUUITH
OUANOrji, LEMONS, ItAISINS
AC, AC, 4c, Ac.
BIT WnOLCSALK AND 11ETAII..
Among tho assortment will be found Cream
"lul. 1'n.iM.h VI,...I I...n...i,u A I Iu l.MI-
berts! Plus. Annies. Cocoa Nuts. .lellli.s of -Jlffer
ent kluds, Mustard. CubiUp, Pickles, Chooolate,
Canned Fruit of all kinds, Corn Starch, Eci; His-
cull, soda crackers. Uvster i.'rsokers. cheese.
r'uui, rrmug xiiier, Agreement iaiers, j.u
FISH AND OYSTERS,
And tiroduce of all kinds. Fresh Dread nu
Cakes every day. Ico Cream In Season, Your
patronage is suuciieu.
lierwlck, Jan m-tv
V7tti f:r I
Twelve Years lv VM Indians Plains.
Thn rrmnrkflhlo adventures of tho famnns
Wlu rEaHIHFandillO WAUKIOIl a.aoni; tho
iiatiHKins. i nriiiius nocnunpi ni ureut iiuuis,
llalri'reailth hratiesamnvrrlbla Contests with
tho bite Kama and hostllo tribes. HplrlUxl ilesorlp
tlons of the hublls and superstitions uf Hint
trange people, Their Hsirt. I.eitenils, Tradl
tlnns. IIow thv Woo nnd Wed. Healn. locuir:
Worship, do. New, Fresh and Popular, Prlou
Iiw. It Is selllnie bv tho thousands wltti won
ilerful rapidity. Agents aro making from ftVilo
I1U0 per week. Choice Held yet vacant. Send at
onco for samplo chanters. Ilinstrattons and par-
uuuiHr ui i. ji. jiunimni', j iiuiiauer,
Jau'771-tf, 100 Chestnut HtPhlla,
B, U. MILLEIl & HON,
havo removed their Btoro to tho loom formerly
burg, nearly oiposlto the Eiilscopnt Uhiirch
nhcro they nro dotcrmlncdlonellotinsraodcrnto
l( mis us can bopiocurcdolsewhcro. Thlirslocti
I.ADIK.T lntl'.Hfl HOODS
of the choicest styles nnd tnlest fasbloili, togtthei
with n largo assortment of Dry (Jootl.'i ntut Oro-
cerles, consisting ot tho followliinart'ckfi
UOAtfl find Rhni-fl,
lints and dps
AND NOTIONS flCNEUALLY.
la snort, tveiTthltiK usually kept In conntrs
lores, lo which ihey Invito lh attention of the
puuilo gaiierallr. The highest pilcewlll bo pair)
for country prolnce Hi exeunuBe for coodo.
n. il. MILLEM A RON.
oct 11,1 '.f
KW STOOK OF CLOTHING.
fresh arrival of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
Invites attention to tils stock of
CHEAP AND FASHIONABLE CLOTHING,
at his store on
Mnlnstrcet, InSliivo's block, one door T'cst o
1' I Muri'. uti.rn
whero no has Just received from New York nnd
Pullt'lelplila n full nssorlment of
MEN AND HOYS' CLOTHING,
includlna tho most fashlunnblo, durnblo. nnd
BOX, HACK, nOCa.aUM.ANDOIL.QLOTII
COATS AND PANTS,
of nil sorts, sizes nnd colors. IIo has also replcn
Ished ills already lare slock of
FALL AND W1NTEII SHAWLS,
HTKIPED, FIOUUED, AND PLAIN VIMTS
SIIIHTS, CILVVATS, STOCKS, COLLAP.H
HUSl'UNDEItil, AND KANOY AltTICLI-M
uu nns cousuiniiy on naua a largo una well-se
ecled assortment of
CLOTHS AND VESTINOS,
which ho Is prepared to mane to order into any
kind of clothing, on very short notice, nnd lu tho
best manner, All his clotulug Is mado to wear,
nnd most of It is of homo mumifactnre,
OOLD WATCHES AND JEWiLllY,
ol every description, Hue and cheap. His caso ol
fewelry Is not surpassed In IhUiplnco. Call and
examine his Kcnernl assortment of
CLOTHINO, WATCHES JEWELKY, 4C.
octl3'71 DAVID LOWENflEltO.
TlIE INGUKDIENTS THAT
COMPOSE 110SADALIS nro
published on evely package, tlicrc
foro it is not a sctrct preparation,
I'HTSirjuxs rnnscmiin it
It is a certain euro for Scrofula,
Syphilis in nil it) forms, Khcunu
tism, Skin Vicente, Liver Com-.
Elaint and nil dbcasis of tho
0113 20TTL3 0? E0SA3AL1S
will do moro ;ood than ten bottles
of tho Syrups of Sarsapanlla.
THC UNDERSIGNED PHYSICIANS
havo used RoKailalisin tlicirpracticj
fiir tho past tlirco years nnd fncly
endorso it ssn rclialilo AltcratUi
anil UlooJ Purifier.
DIl. T. C. I'UCII, of BaltlmoiC.
Ult.T.J. JiOYKI.V, "
mi. it. w cAitn. "
DIl. V (). DANNKLLV, "
DIl. J. S. 5PAIIKS, of Nlcholasville,
D.t. J5.'L. JIcCARTHA, ColanblJ,
S. ( .
DIt. A. SI. NOBLES, Edgccomb, N. C.
USED AND ENDORSED BY
J. D. t'ltENCH li EONS, Pall Ith cr,
P. W, SMITH, JicLssn, Mich.
A. V WIlI'.r.LElt, Llrua, Ohio,
n. HAI.I., Lima, Ohio.
C'nAVKN & CO.,(ioriliinsville, Va.
S.lJt'L. G. McI'ADDEN, Murfrces.
Our sp ice will not allor of any ex.
tcniled remarks In ri'latibli to tha
ilrtucsoT Hoiadalls. Totlio Medical
I'lofcssion ro guarantee a l-'luid Kx
tra:tsupcrIor to any they hall ever
nsej la tho treatmrnt of diseased
Illood ; and to tlioollllrted wo say try
IlosaUalls. ami vou Mill ho rcstoretl
ltosa lalls Is sold liy all DrurRisU,
prico 61.3U per bottle. Address
BI5. 0L3ME1IT3 li CO.
We resncctfullv mil thn nttiMitlmi nf lhnsu
(U'Niriu ui nurcn.ne our iniiKo n i'iruok, wo
uro 8U8iK'U linn wo win KlVft hut jfsiactlon in
ovory case. Our worUmt'iiKitlllluliuiii oxprien
cod untl nro under the persoimlMiperlntemlonco
ni niu utf iiiiilth i)i our iiriu wouho (tiny uiu
best honsoneil timber, nml the mtitrlalln Rune
rall.s IlrhL oIhhs. Our t'l.mos wltlintit exception
havo t Im patent nynillt-N arninuouieut thrniib
iml, which In the opinion of the most eompu-
u'ui jiiiiMtrn m pronounced vuiunuie. uy una Ha-
provtment n rlutio n itmito moro ilutablo and
keeps tho to io lunger. Wo claim for our Instru
ment thut tbev uro second lo nono. nnd tbv
comblnuall tuo csiontlal olemcntN tLat constf-
imo Nupennr worKunnsmp. wo will give n
written gunmuteo lor tlvo yeurH,
Mr, Coniiaii Kkuiman, member of ourfirm.
wlUvlHli lUoomahurK' lour times a year to re
nulr and iittend to tuutmfof nil IMamm. in thn
uuschcoot Mr, I'JttiiiAN.Mr. I, K, Miller will
luiemi wj our uumuqsn in uioomsuurtJ uuu la
uuthorlzed to reeuivo nud hollclt orders.
t) can Kivo ino yery ihhi reioreureu.
liulttmure, II. I).
I. K. MlLLElt. IlAfilpr In IMniinu flnnniti nnd
Mulodeous llvo oct4e and llvo blop organs ot
tho best make, sold utSUO. Terms eaay, Juno 'M
A QKNT8 WANTKI) FOU
-ex a vi;ity suPKitiou nooir.
"JJOW IN THE CLOUD."
Edited by Ht. itr.v. WH. HACON STEVENS,
li. 1).. 1.. U 1).
It Is full of Iho rfcnul and riireifthouBhts.un
lolaliiR tlio glorious e'onvenniit Promli.es of our
(lod. Supubly llluktratediiiidbound lune-uidc-iluns
of rore eleRuuce.
It Is a fVcm iimonR bonks. Xlon's Ileraltl.
It Is one of Ihe must eleRiini books ever Issued
from thu Aiiitncau press Wutchmun anil Reflec
tor. This Is ft book of surpassing beauty, JV, 1', 06
leritr. A LOVlthV HOOK KOH A HOLIDAY GIKT,
r.nnched wllh aiexqulslto Rems of poetry.
1 irst-i lius AReutsare inultliiR J1U to J.'Oper day,
Plicelow, 'lerms extra, l'or Circulars address,
IIUHIlAitll 11HOH., PublUhers,
dco'8 71-tf Tti Haubom Bt., Phlla.
YAI.UAI1L13 PROPEHTY F01V
fho undersigned wlshlnc to retire from busl.
lass nuw oilers at prlvute sale his entire proper
ty situated lu OriitiBevllIo, cousUllnEOf aoue
half luterest liitlw well kuowu
FOUNDUV AND AaUICUIrUKAL. WOKKH,
together with the Englno, Ijithes and other Ma
chlnery belouRliiR to the same, also thu entlru
stock now on bund, together with a vulmiblo
pair or horses, nnd the waiious, sleds. Harness,
Ao. also his town lots on which Is i-rictid iikikkI
frumedwslIluR, also, tweiity.llvo acres, known
ns ihe l)r, litt iroriy about teu of which uro
cleared, tho balance timbered,
Prices reasonable, Possosslou given at any
tUna to suit purchasers. Apply tour nddross.
If 1 i.l.lnol ricllU Yi.l'.lt.
auuevlllo, Columbia co.Pn.
Dxnga nud Chemicals.
ra nu oau'hI') and cum: ov
Thn prlmnry riiusonf e'onsutnplloti Is dcrmiRe
inelit oftho illKOSIivc owns, i his dernnucnient
iirodnces deficient iiullillon nnd nsslmlhitln n
llynsslnilhitliui I lneiui thnt process by which
the nutriment ol tho food Is run vol led Into
blood, nnd thenco Into tho solids of tlio body,
Parsons Willi ingestion thus ltnptlrcd, having
tho slluhtoit predisposition to pulmonary ills,
cnsoior II they timu cold, will bo very liable to
have Consumption of tho I,itijs In some or lis
forms nnd 1 hold Hint It wilt bo impossible to
cure nny ense of Constimpttoti without 111 at ro
stnrliiKn Rood iHuentinti und healiliy nsslmlla
t Inn. 'I lie very Hint linns t bo ilmiels loch nnse
tlio stomnchund bowils ironinlldiM'iised mucus
nud slime, wnlcll Is cloitglnu Hihso orK.ms to
thut Iheyennnot perforin their liuiitlniis, nnd
tlieii rouio up mid rrstoro Hit' liver ton healthy
notion, l'or Ibis pnrposo luo stinst nnd best
remedy Is Kchencli's Marn'riiUo Pills. Theo
Pills cltati the btomnch nnd bonds of nil tho
dend nnd lnoibld slltno Hint Is enuslti't dlseao
and decay In thn whom system. Tiiey will clear
cut llio User ol all tlUensed bile Hint hnsnecuma
tilnUtl tlieie, und louse It tip to a few nud
hcnlthy reiioii, by WIUcIl liiiluml anil henlthy
bllo Is fecretid,
Tho Hoinaeh, bowels, nml liver are thtisclrons.
cdby tho tivont Ischebeh's Maudraitu pills; but
theio leir.ulus In tho stoiruch an I'M'ess ol acid,
thonriinn Is lorpld end Hi" tippoiltn poor. In
tho bowels tue hictenls nre wenli, nid n 'iitirlnn
Mieiiicth und Ftipi'ori. llli in a inndlilou lllto
this thut Hchtnck.a Kciueid 'i'oule pioves lo bo
the most viilna'ibi rcmcilj ever illi-eovered. It
Is alkali lw. mid Its use will ueutr illxu nil excess
of neld, iiiuhlui; th" loiniuh t,vveet and fresh It
will give pi riniini til tone lo this lmportHlit nr
i;un, nnd in at on Rood, hearty uppetite, nnd pre
pin ulho syslem lor Hie llrst proitssof a ijood ill
Kestlun, und ullluiiiU'ly mnko Rood, lioul liy,
1 1 vl nii blond, Alter this prepuiutoiy titiithieul,
wlinlumutns to ruio inot ensis of Uiiistimp
Hon is the Irco end persevetltii: use of -e ii'iiclt'N
PulinoiiieHyiup. Tho Piilmoiilc My nip nourishes
the system, puiilles Uiu blood, nnd Is readily ab
sorbed Into tho clieiilntion, and thence distrib
uted to the diseased limns. Thero It ripens nil
luorlild matters, wiielln r In tho luimnl alncess
cs or tubercles nnd thea nt-ststs i.turc to expel
nil the illtiwdil matltr, In the firm orfreoex.
pictiirnllon, wht n nine It ripens, it Is thou, by
tho treat htalliiK and I uiliylii pioperlles ot
Sehtuclt's I'lilmiinii' e.ill, tnai ml uleersatid
eavllles are ho.iltd up sound, and my patient Is
The osscnllal thlivt to boilonel i e:irln(t Con
mniptlon is to kci up a Rundappotiie nud u K si I
dlitesllon, so th.it tuo i'Od) i.llt MI lu ll.sh
and t;et stiontr. If a poison has tliutcd Jiiurs,
acavlly orntiticss thore, tlm oaviiy e.iunot
hi a I, t li o inntlor cannot ripen, in loi.ijns Unisys
tern Is bi low isir. What Is U' cikhii) to euro sn
new order or tliliiit-, i Rood tiivllti!, a R aid
nutrition, the hudy to Kr.iw In Hob nud Ret Ml;
then P lit uro Is helped, IUm calth s Will heal, lll
mntter will llpeti and ho thiuwn oil' In li;a
(1'i.itittilos, and tltu person riRiin sironith.
i hli Is Hie t'lte nud only piati to i .ne (lotisiiiup
lion, und If a person Is very had, II tho luiiKs tire
not entirely (lesti'nydl.orrvou If one 1 mice Is en
tirely Rime, It tin re is t im.oili vlluluj lull In Uiu
other to hcil up. th ro In hum',
I have s. en tniuiv persnn', c ore 1 wllh ouly ono
souinl inn j. Ino nud o ij" mo i i .i i'l .'I In;-,
Tills Is ulial .-i lionrii's vo tic! ii i w II dn to emu
Consumption. Tins wilt olcn out tin-sioiui".i,
sweeten anil strengthen it, r t up it i,"od ilii.os
t ion, nnd RlvoN.ituio the assist uiej sue noo is lo
elenr tho system ol all tho dUc.iso Uiatis lu llio
luiiRS, whntover the loim may b".
It Is Important that whim uslns Schench's
Jlidlclncs.carulibiiuld bu uxereised noi Intuitu
cold; Iceep lii'doors in cold nnd damp weather;
avoid nlRhtnlr, and take out. door e.orcl-u only
lu n Rental nud wallii sunshine.
1 wish lldlslluetlyutiilersioodthntwhrni too
ommoud a patlontto bu carHltil 111 leR.ird lo i uh
liiRcold, whllu usItiR my Medicines, i d Ho fur n
speel.il reiisuu. Auian who has but partiully rc
eovol'ed liom the elf etsof it b id cold Is lar more
llnblu to a i ellipse tlinu ono who has beeu entire
l cured ; and it Is pieelso'y the miiiid In lenrd
to Consumption, Ho Ioiir as tlio Iuiirs are not
perfieily htiili il, Just su lon Is thoio imminent
d iiiRer or a lull mum of llio dlst-uso. Heiienll
Is thnt 1 so slieuuously eulltloll pliltnouary pa
tients iiRiitust exposliiR themselves to an altuoi
phero that Is not Rental and pleusunt. e'liutlrm
ed Codstiuipttves' luiiRs aiu a mass ol sorts,
which the lon..t ihnuue of itiuiisphor wl'I in
It.lme. The grand secret of my success Willi my
iMciliclms cousl-ts lu nty uhlllti to s di-lue In
It.iuiiualliiu lusuiul of iirovohlni; It, as m my of
the laculty do. Ail lallamed luui; e innot, with
saietv lo the patient, bu exposed to iho hlilm;
bhistsof Winterer tho ulillllii' winds ot SprniR
or Autumn. It should bo carefully shielded iroai
all IrrltatliiR Infliionots, The utinu t eatitlou
should bu obsened lu this parlli ulr, us without
It u tore under uluiot uu eircumslauees Is nu
'1 lie person should bo kept on a wholesome aud
nutritious diet, and nil the Medicines c aniline)
until tho budy has icstore.l to it the natural
iiiautlty of Itesh and slreiiRtb.
1 was mvMJir euied by tills treatment of tho
worst Itlhd of Coiiumpton, nud havo lived lo
Rcttatand beany thu uiauy j ears, wllh one
lung mostly Ruiio. Iliavocurud ihousaiids since
and vi ry many havo been cured by this treat
ment whom 1 havo novel seen,
About ibo I'lrst of October I expect to tako
possesilon of my new bulldluu, at uiu Norlheas
Coiner ot Mxih ami Areli tstieuts, wuero I slial
bo pleased tu rivo advice to all who may requlro
Full directions acoiiiniinv all mv Itemndlas.
so that a person In any purl ol the world oiti bu
readily cuud by a siricl obsorviicoul the suiue.
.1 . il. U111'.-UIV, AI. 11.
Johnson. Holl.iivnv .fc Poiv.l.n. Il 1 A rr-'i Mt.i-nr.1.
Philadelphia, wholesalo iiRents. lnovl7'71-iy.
A GREAT Ve
5? Hiiuiccb ti The i ; ' -"
T Ilcsr t-'Stlmony tfl fidr "Wo.-i.-.
u lalCui-Uvo Lilcc .
tf fl M WHAT ARE THEY?
TIICT .VT.E NOT A VlLn
Maaoci" ryr um,'WhIs!icr Irof Bplrltu
r.nd ilciano JK;uoru uociorcu.cpccu acasT.LCi
tn-jcl to plccsatUo tuslc, called 'Toa;c6,M"Ari)ttU.
era," TsC6torcrc," t.c, thct lead tto tippler ca to
drunkenness nnd rclu.br.tcrontraa IlcCiclnc, vr.z&z
from tho Katlvo r.ooUtnd Ilcrbsof California, Irco
frit in nil Alcalitdlo htii:iulunts. Tlicytro tho
ii:i;AT liLuon ruuiriuit nud a i.ir;;
;iVINt; rniS(IIiI.i;apcrfcct llcnoator and
Jr.vlsorator of t!:3 EyBtca, carrying off all polccroua
matter tad rcftorlas tlio Llood to n licalthy condltloa
;.o person cantsSo tbeco Ulttcra tccordlns toiirt
t.oi and rcmalnlcms nnwcll.
t-lt)D will bo clvcnfortm Incurabl3ca33,rtu)' bd
t .j bones nro rxt destroyed by nincr.: olzou or
0 Utr ncans, asdt.3 vital orcana vrccto' T?ndti;o
roint of repair -
I'm Intlaimniitory nnd Chronic lllicumt:
!.Mn nud (load DyBpeiir-hit in Indiccttou
nniotiy, KciiilttLnt nudlutci-inlttcut lcvc;a
DlrstuhCfj iLoIIloci!, ldcr Zildncfi nud
Kindlier tucco Ulttcru Is.to luca rxrt cxicc.r-
nil. buth Discr.scri cro csnccd ly Vltlntct
nad, a. h:cli U t'cacrly j rouncsd by dcrtEvrst -t
: i.u. i;icefitlo Oit-ttui
DYrU'ElVIA Oil lKDItJEKTlOX, II-U
i.lU I'm . Ia k!.ouiuL:, roughs, Vilita,,...! of U.3
1 . t,t, UJi.ai, tour J ruuL'.t.o3 cf tlio LtoKncIi,
i u4 i.stt ta i.. j ".;; I'.Uois .':tr.c!e, I'ulpltr.tlca
1 1 tlio Ucsit, Iu..-u:u..Uon ci tLoturt, X.uito
..ioi-jjf ,!.c UiOny:,niidal.i:Ltlrcil ctLcrnnltl
..' ,' uis,r.rj tlx cf.t.rriU3cr ryEfcrcIa.
yi.vi5or;.ij t'.is'jlcnacUr.zdEUuiulita tuo to
r.vli.vti uud b v,:i.:t,i7Uclt rcndtrtliomolnQctisail:d
i.".cc; I.i dca:.lj- t..o blood of nil linpcrltlca, nn3
.i jci ila :.cw l.fa n-d vigor to tUo rbola system.
I'UIZ rU-!N ;Isi:.'.rii:S,i:rc?tIoa8,TcUr,fti;
. ,:...(!..., rt e-u.r.i! r;.c.innuii.f,Eoi.6,rcr-
, ..i. s,.: .c, ftr-UMIc-i'MS-cro tycs,EryElp
. , ....i, M.coloitU023cf tUofcldii.lIumcra
. '.joftLol:ntof T.'bitcvcrr.cni3cr nature.
rj literally d-3 up and carried out cl tboByctcmlii a
vUozi t.cio by tlo t!3 of tneso 151 tiers. Ono bctilo la
t uuU c .is will convince t-JO most lacrcdnloi-fl cf tlicir
CIcaaso tlio Vltlntod Dlood whenever you find Its
irr parities burctn; thronsh tho e-1h lnrimplcj, Erop
tlona cr Ccrea ; clcaneo It when youCndttobetroctcd
end tlc-lsi la thd vclna i clcansa U when It Is foul,
end yonr fecials v.lU t:ll yoa uhca. Keep t'-o blood
pcro and tho health t f trio eystcm vill follow.
I'?;, TArE tad other WORMS, larklnclntlio
i jEti'Ui of co mny (lioasanda, cro ctT.ctnolly destroy
ed and removed. Tor full directions, read carefully
tho circular around each bottle, prtn'cd In fow Ian
gua jes ICnglUh , C crman, Trench aad Epanlih,
j.v,au:i:i;, rropnaor. n. n. jiccosald & co.,
Dmista und Gen. Accnts, Can Tranclsco, Cal
inj WBnJ3(Coramcico Street, New York.
CTbOLD EY ALL yiiUGQlSTS AXD DUiLXUO.
To nny person producing nuv Mi leino show
Ini; hulf as many llvliu;, pcrmuueni cures ns Hit.
KTtLKH'H VKncrAIILK llllKUMATIr liKMEIlV.
Usui Inwiirillii only, A pleuwiiut Medicine, free
Irom Injurious driiirs. wariauted, under oath,
tohaVH oermaucutly cured U.jtutivei'VlU)ti.itlents
treated lu tho p.ist ten years, ("en tistlmnny,)
ll is mo seientiiiu pieseripiuiii 01 iTiut'ssor Jos.
P. Pltler, M. I) ,u iiraduato of tho Hnlvi islty nl
Pennsylvnnla A. II. 1S..I. now one of Philadel
phia's oldest reuuhir physicians, aud Piofessor ol
Chemistry and Toxleolonv, who has mado
Neiualiila, Chronic and lolbimmatory Itheuma
Usui llio speelalliy uf ins entlru prolesslonul
Hie a l.ict vouched f ir by tho ilisiinlures aeeom
panyluuiii.eli bottle, of in my liiomiiieutri nnwu.
i dpliysU'iiiiis.i'lerk'J mm, uiidotner testimonials,
To prelect suiterers Irom poisonous tiuaclc uos.
triinis and useless ex pendil uro of iiiouey, a IckiI
sti!iiedi!Uarautee,statlnitixaet uumberol hollies
warranled to cure, will bo lornarded Kratis to
nny sullerer seiulliin by letter a full description
of utlllellon. In cuxoot lalluro to cure, amount
paid positively relunded, Medicine sent nny.
whero by express, collect on delivery. Allllctod
Invited towritu lor advice! nil Information und
medical advleo sent by letter gratis. Principal
office. ) Bouth Poiirth street, Philadelphia, Pu,
Tho ltemedy Is sold or obtained by DrUKglsls,
tU WP Sirs
B5a mm ih:?
CONT5 NENTA L.
jifo Aiiatirance Company.
op :;i:w Yoni;,
No. of Policies Issnefl 43,000.
TSSUK3 nil tho now form of IMllcloi
jLiituf presents ns invornblt ttimi ns any com
p.my In thu United S'nles,
Tim romptny will mnlio temporary loans oti
Tnlrty durs' crnco allowed on ench piymcnt,
nnd tho policy held Kood ilurlnit thnt time.
All our policies urulnconlostttblo lor tho usual
Pciliclos lsuod by this company nro nou-for-Icltnr-.
No extra ehniRes mado for travelling penults.
Policy holders sh in In tho uuiiunl jirofits n
tho eotnpany, nnd haven volco In tho elceilons
nnd in itiiiirementof tho company,
No policy or medical fee churned,
.nr.HTUH r.AWitf.Ncn, Pres't.
XV. II. WY.NKOOP, VIcolTcs't,
.1. P. HooEiii. Secretary,
H. C. ciiAMiLi.it, Jr., Actuary.
Central 013 of North-Eastera Pei'a.
LUDWId & BROCKWAY,
.til tlXiX "if
Tho Olllv iHvftrt llistniTiiniit, iti tho World. It
V wwquttlh'tl in Hlchni'8--, l'ower, Itrllllancy nnd
mil it I'llll.l . DJfL'ri.ll H.MIIIH II, 1 t'K.'lll'IM. .tlllltkl-U
favors tfi Clergymen. Neud lor Illustrated Arloii
t W. FOKTKIl (Jenena AkciU.
mar 1071 tf. Maucii CJtuK, l'A,
M. C. HLOAN A IIUOTUEIl
Hnvo on hand nnd for Rnlo nt tho most reason'
bio rates a splendid stoclr. of
and every description of Wnjron'i both
PLAIN AND I'ANCY
wnrmstp.1 to 1m noidn of tbo best nnd most dtir
nlilo inalerhils, and by the most experienced
workmen. All woric sent out. irom ine tsiao
llshmout will be found to bn of tlio highest clasi
and suieto ulve pi rieet .:itiswciion. ineyiiavi
also a uuu assortment 01
of nil the uowest nud mast tnshionablo styles
well nnd carefully ruadu aud oftho best mater
ials. An Inspection orthelr work is nslted ns It i
believed that none biipcrtor can bofonud In thi
country. Jan PJI
H"'"-''''r J"-""-T ' -' " '" ' ' " -" '
1 AOKAWAMNA AND KLOOJIS
ll llllllll ItAIl.ttDAI)
On nudstl.-rNov. 17, 1871, P i3seuger Trains will
rim as louows :
u. m. p. in.
... II. I') 1.11
... s.lS H.M
ii. in. a. m
Kingston 1 "t. oti
c W.llnrroC'r.s 3 J'
Coiineetloii mado ntSeraulon bv tho 10.10 a.m
trnl i lor Oreut Ilend, llliutuamtou, Albany nnd
an points i.oriu, rist nun wei.
SOUTHEBN" ORNTRATi RAII
On aud nfter Nov. 1'Jtb 1871, Trains will
leavotiuNiiur.v as follows t
1J..T) p.m. Dilly to Wllllannport, Ulmlra, Canan-
d.ilitua, Kochesler, Ilullilo, riiisponslou Hrlde,
and N. l'ulls.
lilu-. M 11 Ul ilo, N. Vnlls, ic,
CiO p. St., I) illv. (except Huudays) for Willinm-
nr" -" ...
1.51 t: M., Dille. (nxeeiitKuuilavsl for l'.lmlr"
ISuir.ilonu I Nl.inra Pall , via. Krlo railroad
from F.luilr i,
1.17 A.M. D.illvfor Haltlmoic, Washington and
10 01 A. M. Dally (except Mnndays) for llaltlmor
Wushliiiftou ' a'JiiolpUlH.
I.I'i r. M. Dally (except Sundays) lor llaltlmoro.
HO. S. YOUNU.
Ali'ked 11. Plan, lien'l. Bup't.
gHOUTEST KOUTI2 EASTSVAIU).
Danville, Hazleton & Wilkesljarre R. B.
WJNTEK A Hit A NQESIh NTS.
Iletlilehem, 1 ti 12.10
New Yorh, I ji 311
l Hun bury.
Tile nfternoii Iruin eolilieelsnt HilllburV with
tho P. K.l.tti p. m, train itolng West; urrlves at
WllliniiMiorttvH; Uki Haven f.yip,iu.,uud with
tho Northern Ciitrnll UI p. m moving Houth,
reachlui; Harrlsbiiri: 7.00 p, in., mid llaltlmoro
10.15 p. m., and also wllh tho Huubury uud I.ew
Couifcrtablo aud handsome Coaches ou this
J, 1IEHVEY KASn.Ktiperluteudent.
CHOICE faiiIy groceries
ID OWN IN PBIOE
J. XZ. MAIZE'S,
Corner Main nnd Centro His.,
Anewstoclt of Prifch Ooodslust opened nt
TCilN, CoOci'S, SUKHI'M,
HYHUlfl nud I.luLAS-'UH.'ciIKl'HU, MEATK.
HAliT. PIHH, etc.
VK0ETAI1I.U8, HKHMETICAI.LY Sealed
JELLIES nnd PltFHKHVKK, PIOICI.KH,
POllEIUN uud HOMEHTIOPHUITS.
An Elegant Assox'tmorxt
Constnnlly on hand.
Also WOOD, WILLOW uud tlLASSWAREof
All my coods nro of tho first Quality and at ox.
tremely low prices,
dood'71-tf J, II, MAIZIi
;7 L. -fc
pTKNUY T. UELMUOIiUV.
vuiiruusu J' n u I ii
a it a i' 12 riLLa,
CUmpoitcnf JWj IVilil Extract Rhubarb unit
Ituht tract (Xitauba Urapt
FOit MVKll COMPLAINTS, JAlINDICi;, m,
luun ftlTiiWlu.in, niw Ult NCItVtltN
HUADACHIJ.COsnVENEtjH. Etc. PL'Iii i !
VEOETA11LE, CONTAINING NO MEIltT'itV
MINEUAia Oil DELHTEItlOUH HltUOS
Theso Pills nro tho most delightfully plcasnn
purtfiitlvo, siiporfcodlng castor oil, salts, niafe.
iiesl.i.etu. Tliero Is nollilnu moro acceplablstn
tho stomach. They elvo tone, nnd causo nclihct
iinusea nor bHI'Ihis pains. They nro compowu
of tho finest imjredients. After n fow dnys' uso
them, such nu luvluoratlou oftho vntiro sysletu
lakes plaeo ns to appear miraculous to tuo weak
nnd enervated, whether arising irom Iniprn
denco or disease, II. T. llelmbold's Compouun
1 iiiidiixiraiituaiawuauraDo nils aro not t
coated, from thu fact that sunnr-coalcd Plnsila
n ut d Isoivo, but pass IhrousU thostotunch wlthou
dlssolvlna, conscfittenlly do not prodiicothouc
sired effect. THE OATAWJJA OHAPl! PILLS
being pleasant lu taste uud odor, do not ucceitl.
talo their being sugar-coated. PHICI! I'll TV
JIFNRV T. lIELMBOLiyS.
lltaitl.Y COSCENTltATKU COMl'OUNll
I'LUIU EXTHACT BA1WAPA1HLI.A
Will rodlcnllv cxti rnilnnlo from tho syL,
"scrofula, Syphilis, PovcrSoros, Ulcers, SoroEyo
Horo Legs, Horo Mouth, Head, lironchll
Ml; In Ids-uses, Halt Hhruu, aiilttrs, ltuiin!nri
irom tho Ear, White Swellings, Tumors, e.iu
lugs, Night Sweats, ItasU, Tetter, Humors ol a
ICInds, Chronic Hbeumiitlsm, Dyspepsia, ami a
dlseiuso that has been established ill tho nyste
P'.nlnts, Its BLOOD-PUHIPYINO propihtlei ar
4reater th in nny other prepnratloti ol H.irsup.i.
rllla. It gives tho COMPLEXION u clear an
Healthy color aud resloies Iho patient to a shite
ot HEALTH and PUIlirY. For Purllyiiu 'ho
illood, leinovlng nil Chronio Constltutlonul III
eases arising from nil Impure stato or the blood
nd tho ouly reliabio nnd etlecttinl known reme
dy for tho curo of Palus nnd Swellings of tlio
llonoi, Ulcorntlous of tho Tliionl nnd Leg
lllotches, Pimples ou tne 1'aoi, Erysipelas an
all scaly Eruptions oftho Skin, nnd lleautiryin
the Complexion. Price, Si 60 per llottlo,
1IKNKY T. HELMBOLD'S
FL UII) EXTRA CTR UCI1 U,
THE Q HEAT DIU11ETIC,
has cured every caso of Diabetes in which it lu
been given, Irritation oftho neck of thullhiddt
and Inllainniatiou of the Kidneys, Ulceration o
iho Kidneys nnd llladder, P.ctentlon of Urine
Diseases of tho PrustatuUland.Stoiio liitholil.nl
der, Calculs, tiravel, Ihickdust Deposit, uml
Mucous or Milky Discharges, nnd for Enfeebled
and Delicate Constitutions of bo.h Sexos, alien
ded with tho following Bymptoms.- Indlsposi
Hon to Exertion, loss ol Power, loss of Memory
Diincully of Hreathlng, Weak Nerves, Trent
ollng, Horror of Disease, Wukcitiluess, Dlmaes
of Vision, I'alu lu the Hack, Hot Hands, Fhub
lugof tho Iiody, Dryness ot tho Skin, Eruptlou
ou tho Face, Pallid Countenance, Unlvcra
Lnssltudo of tho Muscular System, etc.
Used by persons from ino ages of eighteen lo
twenty-tlvo, nud Irom thlrty-rh o to lllly-tlve ot
lu tho decline or chnugo of llfo; nflcr couflut
mcut or labor pains; bed-wcttlng iu children.
llelmbold's Extract Ilitchu Is Diuretic nud
niood-l'urllylng, nnd cures all diseases arising
from Habits of Dissipation, nud Excesses and
Imprudences lu Llfo, Impurities of the Illood
etc., superseding Copabla lu allectlous for which
It is used, nnd Syphilitic Affections In theso
diseases used Hi connection Willi HELMIIOLD'a
In many nlTccIlons peculiar to ladles, the Ex
tract lluchii Is u u ('quailed by any other remedy
is Is Chlorosis or Uetentlou, Irregularity, Piiiii
fulness or Suppression of Custnniaiy Hmicuii
tlous, Ulcerated or Schlrrus Stato of tho Uterus
Leucorrlaea or Whltis.Hterlllty.andforall com
plaints Incident to llio sex, whether arising from
ludlscretlon or llablta of Dissipation, It ts pre
scribed extensively by tho must eminent pinsl
lans and Mldwlvcs for Enleeblcd ainl D.'lir.ito
Constitutions, of both sexes nnd all ngos (atten
ded with any of tho ubovo dlsc-wos o r symptom
11. T, 1IELMHOLIVH EXTHACT I1UCI1U
CUHE3 DISEASES AHISINO FitOM IMPIff-
DENCE, IIAUITS OF DISSIPATION, ETl'.,
in nil their btages.at littlo expense. lltHoor no
change in diet, no Inconvenience, uud no ex
posuro. It causes n frequent desire, nnd give:
strength to Urinate, thereby removing Obstruc
tions, Preventing und Curlug Strlcluros of tlio
Cretan, Allaying Pain und Inll.imniatlon, so
frequent in this class of diseases, and expelling
all Poisonous mutter.
Thousands who hnvo been tho victims of in
competent persons, nnd who havo paid heavy
Tees to bo cured lu a short time, havo round they
havo beend eclved, nnd that tho "Poison" h is,
ny tho use of "powerltil astringents," been dried
up Iu tho system, to break out In a moro aggra
vated form, nud perhnps nrter Mnrrlage,
Uso HELM HOLD'S EXTHACT HUCHU for all
Affections and Diseases oftho Urinary Organs,
whether existing lu Male or Female, Irom what
ever causo originating, nud uo matter of how
long standing. PHICE ONE DOLLAH AND
FIFTY CENTS I'EH HOfTLE,
IIENrtV T. ITKIirnOLU'S IM
PROVED KOSE WASH
oinnot bo surpassed as n FACE WASII.aud wll
bo found tho only speclllu remedy In ovory
species of CUTANEOUS AFFECl'lON. It spee
dily eradicates PIMPLES, SPOTS, SCOHllUTIC
MEMUUANE, etc., dispels HEI1NESS nnd IN
CIPIENT INK'LAMATION, HIVES, HASH
MOTH PATCH US, DKYNESS OF SCALP OK
SKIN, FHOSTIIITES, uud nil purposes lor which
SALVES or OINTMENTS aro used; restores tho
skin to n stato of purity nnd softness, nnd In
bures continued healthy notion to the tissue o
Its vessels, on which depeud tho agrooablo clear
ness aud vivacity of complexion so mii'jli sought
aud admired, llut however valuable as
remedy lor existing dofects of tho skin, II, T
llelmbold's Itoso Wash has long sustained Its
principle claim to unbounded patronage, by
possessing qualities which render It a TOiI.UT
APPENDAGE of tho most Superlative nud
Congenial character, combining lu an elegant
formula those prominent requlslts, SAFETYaud
EFFICACY tho Invariable accompaniment ol
Its use as n Preservative aud Itefroshcr of the
Complexion, It Is an excellent Lotion fur dis
eases of a Syphllltlo Nat uro, aud as au Injection
lor diseases of tho Urinary Organs, arising from
habits of dissipation, used lu connection with
tho EXTHAUra UUCHU.SAHSAPAKILLA.aud
CATAWHA UitAPE PILLS.iu such diseases as
recommeuJed, cuntiot bo surpassod, PHICE
ONE DOLLAH PEU DOTTLE.
Full uud explicit directions accompany tho
Evidence of tho most responsible nud rcllablo
character furnished on application, with hun
dreds of thousauds of living witnesses, nnd up.
ward of 30,000 unsolicited certificates nnd recom
mendatory letters, many of which aro from tho
highest sources, Including eminent Physicians
Clergymen, Statesmen, etc. The proprietor Ii
never resorted to their publication lu tho news
papers; ho does not do this from the Met tha
his articles rank as Standard Preparations, aud
do not need to bo propped up by certificates.
Henry T. lIoimlioltl'N Genuine
Delivered to any address, be cure from obsei
Established upwards of twenty years. Sold by
Druggists everywhere. Address letters for In.
formation, In couBdonco lo 1IENUY T. HELM
HOLD, Druggist and Chemist
Only Depots! 1I.T. IIELMHOLD'S Drug and
Chemical Warehouse, No. 691 llroadway, New
York, or to II. T, HELMBOLD'S Medical Depot
101 South Tenth Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
HEWAIIE OF COUNTEHFEI TEH3.
HENHYT, HELMUOLD'STAKE NO OTUElt