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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
Mnmri ami llio Slhcr lid I.
ltY MATTtll DYEH 1UUTTS.
Mnrgaret nro3o very curly In tho
morning nnil did up lior work ns speed
ily ami tidily ns possible, so that sho
mlRht bo roady in tlmo for tho fair.
When It vm dono sho put on her
wliito skirt aud llttlo scarlet boddlec,
mndo her brown curls smooth and rIos
sy and tied them with a scarlet ribbon.
Sbo Binlledback at tho lovely Imago
which sthllod at her from her llttlo
cracked looking' glass, but It was not a
smllo of vanity, for Margaret know her
beauty was only a gift from tho good
Fathor, and was thankful for it, not
proud of It.
Sho took thollttlosllvor boll thoFalry
Queen had given her, and, lest sho
should I (wo It in her pocket, put it into
her bosom for safe keeping, and set off
with aunt Qretchcn for tho fair.
They followed tho path through tho
Brand old woods, crossed tho silver
stream on tho rustic hrldgo and entered
tho great highway among tho groups of
people In holiday dresses, who were al
so going to tho fair. After a whllo thoy
amo to tho great town, whero every
thing was a sceno of gayety and confu
slon. Birnplo Margaret was bowlldered
by tho strangoncss of all sho saw, and
kept tight hold of aunt Grotchcn's hand
until aunt Gretchen loft her, to Join a
group of her friends, and Margaret
found herself standing all nlono In tho
midst of that great crowd of strango
people. Sho was much frightened at
lust, but soon gained courtiso and be
gan to look about her again.
Sho saw a great many young girls o
her own age, but they Wero beautifully
robed In g.iy dresses, and woro gold
chains and rings, and somo of them sat
In lluo carriages with. prancing horses
"Ah, what a pleasant llfo as thelr's,'
said Margaret, with a sigh, "whilo
havo to toll so hard and dress so plain
ly! Why should thoy havo all tho good
things, and I none?"
Tinkle, tinkle, tlnklo! wenta little
sliver cliluio.so soft and sweet and closo
to Margaret that no ono elso heard It
but sho did, anil know It, too. Sho
quickly put her hand up to her bosom,
whero she had hidden tho llttlo silver
"Ah, my guud llttlo fairy-friend,"
said she, "you remind mo that I am
wicked and ungrateful to envy theso
gay girls, and if I think ovll thoughts I
shall loso you. Come, now, I havo as
many limbs, aud as fair a form, and can
run rtbouj. as freely as any of theso here;
and I can enjoy all theso gay sights and
sounds as well as tho best of them, and
when I am tired I havo a liome to go to
nnd food to refresh mo. What moro do
I want'.'" So sho smiled again as pleas
antly as usual, and went contentedly
about, looking at tho beautiful things in
And though Margaret did not know
it, tho sight of her sweet, contented faco
with its happy smile, gave pleasuro to
moro than ono sad heart who chanced
to glance at her. So you see, oven a
cheerful smllo may do good sometimes,
whilo n fretful, discontented counten
ance nover did good or gavo pleasuro to
After a whilo a lovely lady, whom
every ono stopped to gaze upon, came
through tho crowd, and as sho passed
Margaret, a beautiful golden bracelet
dropped from her arm and fell at Mar
garet's very feet.
No ono else saw it, but Margaret
stooped and picked it up, looking at it
with admiring oyes.
"Ah, this splendid bracelet I I never
had anything half so beautiful In my
life I How pretty it would look on my
arm I" said she. "I believe it would
Just fit, too!"
Sho slipped tho golden links over her
round wrist, and sure enough the braco
let Just ilttodl
"Why should I not keep It?" whis
pered Margaret. "I found it, and no
one could say it i3 not mine."
Tinkle, tinkle, tinkle! went tho little
silver bell again, but morn softly this
time, and with something sad in its
Margaret quickly unclasped thebraco
let. "Oh, what am I doing?" sho cried
"Such a wicked thing would make mo
loso my fairy friend forever! I must
hasten to find that lovely lady."
Sho ran through tho crowd, found tho
lady a few steps away and gavo her the
"Thank you, my good girl," said tho
lady, with a sweot smllo ; "I seo you
aro good as well n3 fair, or you would
havo kopt my bracelet. I Iiavo left my
pursn at home, hut see, I will givo you
thi1'," she added, drawing a gold ring
from her linger, and ofl'ering it to Mar
garet. But tho younggirl drew back, and
said (die did not want any reward.
"Nay, then, you must wear it, for my
sake, and to remember mo by," said the
lady, with another sweet smile, still ex
tending tho ring.
So then Mnrgaret took It.thankod the
lady very prettily, nnd slipped it on her
finger, very proud and glad indeed to
havo anything so beautiful.
And ns she turned away to let tho hv
dy pass on, tho llttlo boll in her bosom
tinkled a soft, morry llttlo peal, as If It
wero qulto satisfied and contented with
what sho had dono.
After a while tho sun began to drop
behind tho western hills, nnd tho peoplo
to go nomo. Margaret searched ovory
whero for aunt Gretchen, but could not
llnd her. So, at last, fearing to wait un
til night camo on, tho young girl set off
But It was later than sho thought and
she did not know tho path through tho
forest, so sho lost her way Just as tho
darkness set in.
Poor Margaret was much alarmed,
and at first did not know what to do.
Sho wandered hither and thither in
search of thb path, and was roady to
weep at the prospect of having to spend
tho long night alono In tho dark forest,
when suddenly she bethought herself of
her little bell, and, taking it from her
bosom, sho rung a loud, clear peal,
which sounded through tho arches of
tho forest, and died softly away among
the distant hills.
Almost Instantly tho air around grow
softly luminous, so that Morgaret could
seo tho way quite plainly; sweet low
strains of muslo fell on her ear, and pre.
sontly she saw that sho was surrounded
by a host of llttlo, flying spirits, whilo
directly in front of her stood tho golden-crowned,
purple-robed Queen of the
"Weill" fiald her Mil" majesty, Bay
ly, "t told you wo would como If you
mug your bell. Now, I supposo you
want us to tako you safely home?"
Yes, pleaso. I havo lost my way,"
"But you need not havo been rrignt'
cned, for wo wero watching over you,
and only waiting for your summons.
Glvo your hand to llttlo Mustaril Seed
there, and wo will lead you sftfely out
of tho forest."
Margaret gladly gavo her hand to a
sharp llttlo fairy, who ilultercd along
at hcrslde, and they went merrily on
through tho old woods.
"Aud did you havo n pleasant tlmo
at tho fair today?" askod tho fairy
Oh, yos I Everything was so beau
tlful I And seo how rich I havo grown!
A lady gavo mo this splendid ring for
finding a bracelet sho had lost. Now 1
havo a silver bell and n golden ring.
Am I not rich?"
"Quito rich, If you makoagood uso
of your gifts," replied tho Fairy Queen,
"You must remember, dear Margaret,
they camo to you as ihoracanhofgood
ncss. Wo fairies nro always ready to ro
ward goodness and punish ovll. But,
so long as you remain honest and kind,
and gentle, all tho good spirits will bo
alwavs readr to como to your aid. Seo
wo aro at tho edge of tho forest and you
cau seo your home; so, now bid us good
night, and wo will leavo you.
Margaret thanked her llttlo fairy-
friends for their kindness, gayly bade
them good night and ran merrily
through tho moonlight to her humblo
homo, happy and contented.
You may bo sure sho took good caro
of tho silver bell which had dono her
such good service. Wouldn't you like
to havo ono like It, dear children ?
I am suro you would; nnd Indeed you
may havo or at least, wo all of us havo
a llttlo Inward monitor In our bosoms
which warns us softly nud gently of
ovll, or helps us to do right, and this lit
tlo Inward friend, whoso gentle name Is
Conscience, may help you as greatly us
Margaret was helped by her silver fairy
Drying Up Cons.
Tho common Idea that It is necessary
to dry off a cow two or threo months lie
foro calving, is really not only an er
roneous but a very unprofitable ono. A
cow In tho dairy is not an animal in a
stato of nature. Sho is a? artiucial
production as tho improved carrot or
turnip which sho oats, or tho oll-cako
which Is fed to her. And if this is so,
and her milking capacity has been artl
flcially built np fur beyond that original
ly consistent with her natural condit
Ion, why should wo stop in our work at
a certain point and not continuo it as
far as po3slb!o ? Wo havo known moro
than onooccwion whenn cow was milk
ed up to tho period of calving, and no
injury occurred either to herorthocalf.
It Is truo that tho changed condition
of tho cow noeds somo chango of treat
ment. Thero Is a greatly enhanced do
mand on her physical resources, but
this chango comes on so gradually that
wo can not toll tho exact moment her
milking powers should bo suspended.
Certainly not necessarily two months
any more than threo or four months
previous to her coming on again. Tho
gradually changing condition of the cow
must be gradually met and all will bo
well. Wo lately saw a flno Ay rshire cow
which had Just dropped a calf when at
tho Illinois Stato Fair, and sho was in
very high condition, so muchsothatan
ordinary farmer, having a cow in simi
lar condition, would fear for her safety.
Wo also saw a flno Jersey cow on anoth
er occasion, which tho owner nssured us
was milked tho evening previous toher
calving, and tho calf seemed to havo
suffered nothing in consequence. In
fact it is doubtful If n cow is not in a
much safer position when thus constant
ly milked. It la within our exporionco
that garget has occurred before calving,
and that cows often need to havo tho
milk drawn from them, sometimes for
bomodays previous to this event.
Then, If nil this Is truo (and wo think
most experienced men will coincldo
with us), why should not tho cow bo
utilized as much as posslblo? Why
should sho not bo permitted to produce
milk as long as sho will? And why
should wo boatsomuch pilmtodry up
our cows? It Is certain that injury is
sometimes dono to cows by improperly
drying them off, aud when wo some
times read of farmers being advised to
tako such and such precautions in this
matter, wo aro led to think thoy aro not
only making gratuitous troublo for
themselves but aro throwing away a
sourco of profit. That there Is a change
occurring in tho common idea in this
respect, is proved abundantly by tho
fact that a cow which will milk contin
uously, islookedon assomothing nbovo
tho common. And why, whllo wo nro
Improving our stock in this direction,
should farmers ba advised to adhcro to
a practlco which produces a contrary
effect American Agriculturist.
Hints on IJutteu-Making. A lady
writing to tho American Agriculturalist,
thinking that too much that Is written
about butter-making Is by "men," and
not by experienced butter makors,
glvosa few hints. For tho improve
ment of butter, alio very sensibly bo
gins with tho cow, nnd advises feeding
meal. Sho says: "Myruloin winter Is
to lot tho milk stand on a table in a
collar for twenty-four hours : sot it on
thostovo until tho cream wrinkles, (do
not lot it get too hot,) )thon lot it stand
another twenty-four hours. Usott skim
ming ladlo with holos, In order to havo
aslittlomllkospossiblo with tho cream.
Stir it ovory day; and tho day boforo
churning put tho pot near tho stovo to
allow tho cream to warm and got sour,
Somo havo tho mistaken idea that tho
cream should not get sour, but it makes
better butter, and more of it. Stir tho
cream well, as much deponds on that
If a clear, yellow skin forms on tho
cream, It will raako tho butter strong
it is ai bad as mold or worso. In sum
mer, throw a handful of salt In tho
cream pot whon you first Bet It : it will
keep tho cream sweot longor. Bo suro to
ventilate tho cellar or milk room. It is
a miatuko to churn sweot and sour cream
together, as it makos tho butter streak
ed. Do not work tho butter too long
but havo a lluo cloth, to tako up tho
To Cur Glabs, Any hard stco!,says
tho Boston Journal of Chemistry, will
cut glass with facility when kept freely
wot with camphor dissolved In turpen
tine. Tho rnfrged odgo of glass may also
bo thus smoothed with a Hat illo.
To Debilitated Poisons,
To SuiTerors from Liver Complaint,
ro inoso Having no Appetite,
xo inoso Willi molten uown uonsti
To Nervous nconlc.
To Children Wasting Away,
to any witu ucuiutatcu uigoauvo
Or sufTerina with aw nf ihe.followtnn
Symptoms, which indicate Disordered
Liver or Stomach,
Mich as Con
Piles, Fulness or
llliHHl to the Head, Aclil
lty of tlio Htomnch, Nausea,
Heartburn, Disgust fur Food,
Hour Krusci'.ntlniis.Sltikltigor Flat
tcrlugot tlio I'itof the stomnch, Swim
lnlngot the Heud, Hurried ami Ullllcnlt
llroAthlnz. Fluttering nt tho llo-irt. Choklnz
orsutrocatlngsensitlons when In n Lying Pos
ture, liimness 01 v ision, irois or eos oeioro
the islght.FovcrnndduIt pain In tho head,
Deficiency of Perspiration, Yellowness
of the Hliln nnd Eyes, Pain In tlio
Hide, Hack. Cliosl, Lliub, Ac,
Sudden Hushes of Heat,
Burning In tho Flosb,
of Evil, nnd grcnl
HOOFLAND'S GEUMAN MTTEItS.
A Hitters without Alcohol or Spirits of any It hid,
la dlflerenUrom all others. It Is composed of
tho pure Juices, or Vital Principle of Hons, Herbs,
and Harks, (or ns medicinally termed Extracts,)
lllr woruuessor inert piminusui wiu iu:;itmiriiin
not being used. Therefore In one Uoltlo of this
llltters tnero is contained as much medicinal
virtue as wilt bo found In scvcr.ll gallons of or
dinary mixtures. Tho lloots, 4c., used In this
Hitlers aro grown In Germany, their vital prln
elplca extracted in that country by a scientific
Chemist, aud forwarded to tho manufactory In
Ihls cltv, wnero tnoyare compounded nud hot
tied. Coutalnlng no spirituous Ingredients, Ibis
Hitters Is freo from tho objections urged against
nllotbors: no deslro for stimulants cau no In
duced from their use, thov cannot nialto druuk.
ards, nnd cannot under any circumstances, have
any but a bcncaclal effect.
HOOFLAND'S GERMAN TONIC,
Was compounded lor thoso not Inclined to
extreme blltera, and Is Intended for tlio In cases
when some nlcohollo stimulant Is rcq Urod In
connection with the Tonlo properties 01 the Bit
ters. Each bottle of tho Tonlo contains one bot
tlo or the Hitters, combined wlih pure SANTA
CUU. HUM, nnil Havorod In such a manner that
I ho extroino bitterness of the bitters Is ovcreom.
forming n preparation highly ngrccablo and
pleasant ui tho palate, and containing tho medi
cinal virtues ol tuo Bitters. Tlio prlco of tlio
Tonlo Is 81.60 per Hottle which many persons
thlnlc too high. Thoy must tako Into cunslderu
Hon that tho stimulant used Is guaranteed to be
of it pure quality. A poor nrtlclo could be fur
nished nt a cheaper prlce.but Is It not better to pay
n little moro and havo n good nrtlclo 7 A mod I
clnal preparation should contain none but tho
best Ingredients; nud they who expect to obtain
a cheap compouuJ, ami ba boueflttul by It will
mostcertalnly be cheated.
HOOFLAND'S GERMAN HITTERS,
HOOFLAND'S GERMAN TONIC,
xtoorii.vND's rouoriiYLUN pill,
WILL CURE YOU.
Thoy nro tho CJroatcst
n i. o o d r o n i i' i e n s
Known to tho Medical world, nnd will cradl
catmllscasesarlslnglrom Impure blood, Oebllity
of the incentive Organs, or diseased Liver, In a
shorter tlmo than auy other Known remedies.
Tho whole SUPREME COURT of Pennsylvania
SI'BAK K011 THESE HEM BDI K3.
Who would aslt for moro Dignified nnd Stronger
Hon. Gkoiujk W. WoonwABD, former CtUefJui'
lice of the Supreme Court of 1'ennsylvania, a
promt Member of Congress from Pennsylvania
Philadelphia, March 16th, 1837.
I find "IIooIUnd'H German Hitters" Is a good
toulo, useful In diseases or tho digestive organs,
and of great bcneilt incases or debility and want
of action In tho syslom. Yours truly
UEor.an W. Wojuwakd.
lion. JamesTiiojuox, Chief Justice c the Supreme
Omrt of I'ennsylvaiita,
Piiiladeli-iii i, April 11 lbS7.
T rnn-ddnr "Iloollsnd's German Hitters" a val
uable modlclnu in ooso of nlbiclt ot Indigestion
or Dyspepsia. I can certify this from my expe
rience of It. Yours, with respect,
Hon, GEOiiacSlIAitswoon, Justiceofthe Sujvcme
Court of Pennsylvania.
Philadelphia, Juno 1, 1S0.3.
I have found by experience th it "ilootland's
German UltUjrs" Is u very good tonic, relieving
dyspeptic symptoms almost directly.
Hon. Wm. P, Rogers, Afuyor of the Cityof Buffalo.
1 ' Mayor's OfUco, Buffalo, Juno 22, 1S09.
I havo usod 'llooflauds German Hitters aud
Tonlo" In rny family during tho nist year, aud
oan recommend them as an exoelleut tonic, 1m-
fiartlng lono and vigor to mo system. Tiieir uso
uis becu productive of decidedly lHnetlclal
effects. Wm. V. ltouisiu.
Hon. James M. Wood, Ex-Mayor of Willlamsporl
I tako ifrcat nleasuroln ccmmcn'Jln,, Hoof-
land's German Toulo" to auy one who may bo
nrUlcted with Dyspepsia. I had the Dyspepsia so
badly It was Impossible to Keep my lood In my
stomach. nnd I became so weak as not to lo able
to want nan ninue. two uouicsoi Tonic eno-ieu
a perfect euro. James m. Wood.
UOOFLAND'S GEUMAN IHTrEIlS,
HOOPLAND'S GERMAN TONIC
Will Cure every case of
M A It A S 21 U S,
Or Wasting away of the Body.
MOOFLAND'3 GERMAN REMEDIES
Aro tho medicines von renulro to mirlfv the
Blood, excite the tornld Liver to healthv nction.
nuu to euauie you lu passsaieiy ,luro"gu any
SUBSTITUTE FOB MEKCURY I'lLLS.
TWO PILL3 A DOSE.
'Jhc most Powerful, Yet Innocent,
Vegetable Calhartio known.
It Is not necessary to tako a handfull of thoso
PUIS to Produce thudekfntit ntr.-f.t- turn nf thnin
act nn ckly and powerfully, rleanslnc the Liver.
Stomach and Jl'wels of all Impurities Tho
principle lugrouioni is l-odophyllln, ortho Aleo-
hollo Extract Of Mandrake, which Is liv mnnv
tlmos more powerful, acting and soarohlng than
mo maum..u unci!. W peculiar IICIIOII IS lipOll
the Liver. Clennlmi It tncedllv from nil nl.sinui.
linn, ul li (ill fl,n nr., ...... T.n......
from'tho Injurious results attached to t'ha uso of
For all diseases In which tho uso of n cathartic
is luuicaieu, lueso pins win trive entire satbitao
tlon In overv case. ThovNEVEIt I.'AII
ju cses ui i.iver iHjiupinini, iiyspepsia nun
extreme costlvoness, Dr, lloollaud's German
Hitters or Tonlo should bo used It. connection
with the Pills, The toulo eUect of tlio Hitters or
fonlo builds up thusystem. 'I he Hitlers or Toulo
purines tho Blood, strengthens the Nerves, iiku
ulateu thu Liver, and gives strength, energy
and vlg r.
Keep your Bowels actlvo with tho Pills, nnd
tone up tho system with Bitters or Tonic, and
no disease cau retain tho hold, or oven assail
n.,ie.1,lectt!lRt 11 ls Bit. IIOOFLAND'H OEIl
MAN UeinedUw that aro bo uulversally used and
nigniy recommended ; and do not allow the
Druggist to Induce you to lake anything that he
lurger profit on lu
Theso llemedles will be Bent by express to
a.1y. '?S.'),ty,l.a,0.u application to the PHINOI
PAL OFFICE, at . the GEHUAN MEDICINE
HTOHE. 031 Arch Ht.
CI1.1S. HI. EVANS, I'roiirletor.
These Remedied are for salt by Druggists
Btorexeopen.aud Medicine Dealers every wh
M (JBIG W A It 13 BOOMB
A goneral assortment of
MUSICAL MEUCHAHDISE AI.VAY8 ON
VIOLIN 8TIUN03 OF THE BEST QUALITY
THE LATEST SHEET MUSIC.
PIANO AND ORGAN HT001.S ALL STYLES
DKTTKll ASSOUTMUNT OP OKOANS
THAN CAN UK FOUND
THE TEMPLE ANGELIC ORGAN WHICH
HAS THE SWEfcrEST TONE THAT .
CAN HE POUND IN A
j$-Ciill find oxnmlno lfore mircr.fi.nir ele-
where. Warcroom Miln Wtnei, below Market,
opiKmeiAreiri iurmu.ro wareroora, hiooius'
BOOTS, SHOES AND GAITERS,
CHEAPEST A D BEST
Tlio County Affords
0 ASH PRICES
LOOK OUT FOR BARGAINS
IN BOOTS AND SHOES THIS FALL,
Come anfl. Examine
Before l'urchaaing Elsewhere.
E. M. KNORR,
J. EVANS. "
HE HAS THE
FINEST GOODS, LATEST STYLES
AND EMPLOYS THE
EI US T W O U It .11 V. Itf.
For s-ootl flUand nromnlnoss lu tlllluir oidt rs I
lueio is me piacu lu go.
.. . i- . . . - ,
His cnods aro seleoted wltn caro and his Cus
tom work will compare favorably with tho best I
cuoris oi mo lasuiouauie ciiy euier.
HE KEEPS A LARGE STOCK OF
HOYS' AMI CHILDREN'S CI.OTIUXH
GEXTS' rilKXISIII.VO (JOOBS,
At Astnnlshlnglv Iw l'rlcos.
Bloouisburg, Sept. -J, 1H71-11
BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY!
Tlio vuidcrslinieil would resncctfully lularra
thu CHUen of llerwlck, and vicinity, tlmt lie
uas opeueu u i;oniocuuuery uua liauory iu
ODD FELLOWS' HALL,
llerwlck. Pa., wucro lie h) prepared to furnish
PLAIN AND FANCY CANDIES,
FOUEION AND DOMESTIC FKUITS
CHANQKH, LEMONS, IIAISINS
AC, &c, 4c. , Ac.
DY WHOLESALE AND 1IETAIL,
Amonc tho OKKortmcnt will ha found Crpmn
Nnu, KuglUli WuluutH, 1'ennuU. Almonds, KIN
hertH, FIks, ApplfH, Cocoa Nntx, Jclllcw nf Jlllt'i-
t'iu Kiuuti, aiuuiaru. uauup, ncKii's, uuocoiaip,
Canned Krult of all kinds. Com Hlarcli. Ekk lll-
cult, HikIii CriicliorH, Oyster Crnclrera, Llictke,
nui, tuiuuii . ujr, Aruviueub miviu, r.u
FISH AND OYSTERS,
And lrrluca of all kinds. FreHh Bread an
OukiM every day. Jce Cream lu Hiasou, Your
putronace U solicited.
JOHN U. JACOB Y.
uerw ick, j an 171 tr
Twel?o Years are Wild Miaus tohf, Plains.
The remarkable adventurfs of the lamouH
WI1ITK CHIKFaudlllO WAItltiniLasionir the
ltwIHklus. ThrlllliiK accounts of Ureal Hunts,
llalrhreudtli hcaprsiU Terrible Contests with
the big game and hostile tribes. Spirited drscrlp-
liuus ui lliu iiaoiia unu sofirrsillioiis ui loav
lions, llow tbev Woo and Wed, Scalp, Doctur;
Worship, do. New, Fresh aud Popular, Price
Low. Ills selling by the thouuinds with won.
I. rful rapUllly, Agentsaro making from I.V0 to
tl(XJ wr week. Oiolce field yet vacant. Send at
once lorsampla chsplers. Illustrations and par-
UUUinra w A. IS, SI II llllAltlJ, I'UOUSIier.
jKu:T71-tf. 40U Cucstuut Ut I'hllu.
r. jit i!iui.i,i. .iv..,
hnvn ramovnd their Binro to tho room formerly
occupied by Mclideuhall, on Mnliiflreet.lllooms.
burg, uoarly opposite, tho npisoopai unureu
whero they nro determined toBclloiinsmoderato
terms ns can bo procure! olso wheie. Thler slocli
LADIEtl' JIUKSH GOODU
ot tho choicest styles nud latest fashlons.lottlher
with nlarxo assortment of Dry UooiM aud Gro
ceries, constsilus Ot tho followltt irtlclo
Hoot nud Shoes,
Hats nnd Caps
Hoop NeU, 4" ,
N tit meg!.
AND MOTIONS GENERALLY.
In short, everything usually kept m country
tores, to which they Invite the attention of the
public generally. Tnc nignest price win ue paiu
for country prodncc in exchange for goods.
B. 11. Mltil.Ull iSSON.
EW STOCK OP CLOTHING.
fresh nrrlvnl ot
EALL AND WINTER GOODS
Invito attention to his stock of
CHEAP AND TAHlIIONAllLE CLOTHING.
at his store on
Malu street, In Shire's block, one door West o
C. C. Marr's store.
where ue has Just received from New York and
t'hlla.Uphla a full awortmvut of
MEN AND BOYS' CLOTHING,
including tho moat fashionable, ilnrablo and
BOX, SACK, ROCO, GUM, AND 01L-GL0TII
COATS AD 1'AMTH.
of all sorts.slzes and colors. Ho has also rcplcn
tshed his already largo stock of
FALL AND WINTEIt HHAWL3,
BTUIl'ED, FIGUUED, AND PLAIN VESTS
SHIKTS, CllAVATS, STOCKS, COLL.UW
liUSPENDEllS, A.NU f Ai-iUY AUUt-Wil
Ho nns coubtautly ou bund n lurgo ana wcu-lc
ected assortment of
CLOTHS AND VESTINGS,
which ho Is prepared lo niauc to order Into any
kind of clothing, on very short notice, nnd In the
best manner. All his clothing Is made to vrear,
and most of It Is of homo manufacture.
GOLD WATCHES AND JEWSLllY,
olerery description, flno nnd cheap, lllfcaso ol
fewelry is not surpassed In thlsjlnoo. Call and
examine his Kcncnil assortment of
CLOTHING, WATCHES JEWELUY, AC.
octl3'71 DAVID LOWENUEHG.
The ingiiedien'ts that
COMrOSU UOSADALIS aro
published on evciy package, tlicrc
furoitisnofa ecrrct preparation,
rmsiciAxs rr.Escr.inE it
It is a certain euro for Scrofula,
SyphilU in all Its forms, Rheuma
tism, Skin l)it.mscfl, Liver Com
plaint and all diseases of tho
0113 B0TTL3 0? ROSADALIS
will do moro ;ood than ten bottled
of tho Syrups of Sarsaparilla.
THE UNDERSIGNED PHYSICIANS
havo used Rosadalis in thcirpractici
for tho past threo years and freely
endorso it sa reliable Altcrativa
and Blood Purifier,
nn. t. c. ruorr. of Baiiimoie.
1)11. T. J. HOYKi.V,
nit. it. w cAiin. "
Hit. F O. T) NNF.LLY, "
DIt. J. S. SPARKS, of NIcholasvlllo,
DA. J. L. McCARTHA, Coluratiia,
DIt. A. P. NOBLES, F-dsccomb, N. C.
USED AHD ENDOESED BY
J. B. FRENCH Si SONS, Fall Rlrcr,
F. W, SMITH, Jackson, Mich.
A. V WHKIXEH, Lima, Ohio,
n. HAM., Lima, Ohio.
CRAVEN & CO.,rinrdiuvilIe, Va.
SAJI'L. C. McI'ADDEN, Murfrccs.
Our space will nut allow of any ex.
tended remarks in relation tu tlio
Wrtucsol Hosadalis. Totlio ilcdiral
Profession wo guarantco a Fluid Ex
tractfiiipcrlerto any they haio ever
used la tlio treatment of diseased
niood; sndto tlieatllirtcd we say try
Rosailaiis, and ou will bo restored
nosadalls Is told by all Drop(;lst3,
prlco 01.50 per battle. Address
CLEUSUT3 li 00.
resnectfiillv rail llio attention of ihoe
lU'sirillK 10 purciuio our iukh 01 l'lautiK,
are siilsned lliul wo cbii ulvn Eiitlsriicllon 1
every case. Our workuieustilllful and ex)crlen
ced aud aro under Hie nerhouulMinerinteiuleiu'i
of tliu mi'mlwru of onr llriw. We use only tlie
oesi so'i'ioueu iiuioer, nnu ine inaienai in gene
ral ls tlrsl clubs. Our I'lmios wltlioui exception
have t lie natelit airratles nrr.llineiiienl tnrouili'
out. which In Die onlnlon of the most ronino.
lenijungoti is pronounced vaiuauie, uy inis 1111 4
Groveuieui a 1'iano is inaue more uuiauie anu
eeKs tho lo'ie longer. We claim lor our lustru
meiits that they aro hpcouil to none, and tliey
eoiuoinu an viiu esseuiuii eieineuis mai cousii
tuto superior woritmansiup, wo will Ktve a
written Kuaranteo for live years.
Mr, Cu.NKAD FniciMAN, member of our Arm,
wilt visit llloomsburK four times iv year to re
pair nnd attend to taiilni: of alt I'lauos. In the
absence ot Mr, Kiieiman. Mr. I, K. M 1 1.1.1:11 will
attend to our liusluuss In llloomtiburi; aud ls
authorized to receive and solicit orders.
We can Klve tho very best, rcrercures.
UAEIILE A CO.
Ilaltlmore, M. D.
I. Iv. Mir.l.Elt. Dealer In I'lanos. Organs and
Melodoous. live octave and five slop organs ol
tho best make, bold uttUO, Terms easy, June SI
A GENTS WANTED FOR
X A VEItY HUI'EUIOH HOOK,
"I50W IN THE CLOUD."
Edited by Rt, Ukv. WM. 1IACON STEVENS,
ji, 11,1 ij. ji, ij.
It ls full of the richest and rural thonehts. 1111.
tolttlne tho ulortoti. Convenient rrmnlhcs of our
(lod, Superbly llltiktrattdaud bound IniKHidc.
clirns of rare enhance.
It Is a (on amoiiK bookB. Zion's Herald.
It Is one of the most eleunnt liooksbver Issued
from the American press Watchman unit lltllec-
This Is a book of surpassing beauty, If. 1. Ob
A LOVELY HOOK rOIl A HOLIDAY GlrT,
Enriched with SDexqulslto gems of poetry.
I'lrst-cluss Acenlsaru making JIUlo $f.er day.
I'rlcelow. 1 erms extra. For Circulars address,
HUUbAltll liltas., I'ubllsliers,
dco'8 71'tf TilKallkomHt., I'lilla.
Tlio umlerslgnrd wishing to retire from busi
ness now oilers at private sale bis entire proper
ty shunted In Oraugevllle, consisting of u one
half Interest lu the well known
FOUNDIIY AND AdlUCULTUItAL WORKS,
tocethi r villi tho Engine, Lathes and other Ma
chinery lielonallitr to the same, also thi, enllre
slock now on hand, together with a valuable
pair of horses, aud tho waitons, sleds. Harness,
Ac. also his town lots on which Is erected a good
frame dwelling, also, twenty.nve acres, known
as the Dr. Lott property about leu of which are
cleared, Hie balance timbered.
Prices reasonable, Possession given at any
auw w vu.w 'u Mlwri . . J ' , . J iu UI ...111 1 1'
Oct, 6,'71-tr. an gevllle, Columbia co, Pa.
Druga and Ohemictilu.
fj HE CAUSE AND 0U11E OF
ihn rrlinnrv cmuouf OonMiinnlltii. UtlArntiBA
incut ol llio (MReMlvo ormi v 1 11M ilerAiiitL'tutjui
iroiiurt'fl tiencteiH iiiuruiou niui iimhiumiio li
ly nslmlluthm 1 moau tlmt ihoccm hy wtilcli
lie uiuiuiruv in uiu hkxi 11 runvcriuu lluo
oou.ftt.u tiicnen into tuo koikih urtuo uoy,
'arum Willi tllupntiuil thllfl linmill'iviiL lnixliiif
ilia hllRHtcut irc"i!pcRll!ou t-i inumoiiAry till
( Rbcoi H they Uhu cold, will to Very llutjlo tu
liuvo Cousumntlou nf tho JjiitiK In Homo nf Un
lurnmt uud 1 inUl Hint it will uo imp(MlbIo tu
tiro any cano 01 uoii'iumjHion wiuiolu nrst ro
torliiRu rooiI dictation unl li(althy nfiltuila
inn. '1 lit. vcrv llrst llil nir tu ub tUme N locleniiftu
tlio Btninnchami bowtls irom rill iIIsuimhI iu 11111 h
iuhI hlli iK', wukh lfl cKglii( tlibM) oittHUn to
that thoy eatmoL perform llalr funetluiis, niul
then roue tip nnd ifchtoro tho liver toaliwtltliy
nction. i or pttrpmo inu HiuHt nun bent
n'llit'lly 1H HCIU'IICRH .MUU IIUKO I'll iH. 1
I'll l i:l(nn tlio htuiitacti. nud biiwuls of nil tlio
dciuliiml morbid ullmu Unit HciiUituifillHVftoo
unduicay lu thu (viiOtOAyniBin, Tnuy will clour
cut llio liver ol nil dlacaiied bllu Hint liiititecuiii
umii-u mere, mm rousflu up 10 n rew nun
laulihy iicltun, by wlilcu iiuutrul uml hyallliy
bile 14 pucrutt'd,
'1 iiu htonn.cii, LoweH(iuui livi r (iiv tnnHcittitis
il bv tho Uiu ut Hellene Mundr.iitu 1'ilisi but
tbcru rumuiuK In thu htuiimcii nn cxluL uoid(
tliuurgnu H turpid ami tlio upptMUu iimir. lu
the Ikmm'J.h thulHcloaU aru weult. uud ruiuirla
btienglli nnd t-ttppurt. UN 111 u cunuliiuu lllto
llllfl IIIHI nCUCIlCK. 8 M'llWUl'U 1UI1H' IHIMlfNlUIW
tliu moHt viihumlj lcint'dy tvur tlikuovuiuii. It
ls nlkallue. uud Its us will ntulrltKo all i-xccm
of ncul, nmliltif,' tliohlutuacli ttwuot aud 1 rH ; It
will glvo t 1 mutiL-n 1 lotto lo litis linporUtnt or
Kttu, aud irento a p,ood, licnrty appetuo, aud pro
paio thOHyhti'inlur tliu utfit prouHOf a boju ill
uunlloii, uud utlliuttel m.i.to good. ihmI hy,
iiviufj uiouii. iiLr iiiift propainiui .muuium,
wlmi niiiatnu lo euro moi, c.ikh uf Uauhump
Hon Is the iruo aud per.suvurlntiso ol ncauiick's
I'lUiuonichynip. Ihc l'Liluioiiterup iKiun.iiut
tbo rVbIt'iii. utuilUH ti.i' bluod, and U luadlly ub
borbcdlntu tlio clrculallou, nud tlieuco tllstrlb
morbid maUeis.wuutherlu tliuloiiutilnb&cH;
es or tuberi;lt"i, mul then as-tisU Nutur' to expel
atlthodlH-aned matter, lu the frm or freo ux-
ii.iolfirnt Ki 1. m 11 1 illicit it r ..Mint. It. 1M V . uy
iboreat lunlitiK and imrllylun properlioM of
Hchfllclf'M I'ltltlliillli- NMllli. tllilL lilt ulCiMnaUd
cavltk'HarolieuUdtipbuitud,aud my patient 1
TbooHSiiulinl thiug to bo done lu curing Lou
ctimi.llnti mm .rt nun trnn.l ntmntltt' lllld ft l!UUl
illiiCMllon. ho that tuo uud will umw Hi HuMi
nnd uvl htroiiL'. If il Dei son has dmened luii,(
activity or iibsecsa ther?, the iiuvby cnuuot
benl.llio matter can not ripHii.fO lonuns tlio Hys-
leill 1H Dfiuw Pit Tt HUt 11 nmwuij n ttuu in
uew urder ot thing, a Ktiud appjiuo, a Mi
nutrition, tlio bodv to ui li IK'li and uet fill!
then nture ik liclpcil, tliu cavities nnl l.e.tl, thu
matter will ilpou ami be thiowii oir in n;e
ipiitutitieH, nnu 1 110 pei sou ieuiu bireiigiu,
ibis ls tho ttuo nud oulv nlnti to cuic tVinsumu
tion. and if a person U very hud. if l lie 1iiuh are
not entirely ilostioycd.oreiou U ono tnut; is on
tliely un', It tlieiv Is mou. h vitality leli in tlio
nlhrr tit lin.il mt. ihcre 1h bone.
1 liae men many pet1" neute X wlt'i only ono
sound lun, live ami tnj a iiu- . ,. m old ntftf.
TUU is butHcliem'li. H Me Ueti.es w.n do to euro
L)ti!umutlon. Thm w ill eleau out tho Moni'ieu.
MWeeleit and slreugllien It, Kut upayutd diges
tion, aud slveatnro the ulnlnnco .siie neeiiH to
clear lw ttuu of all tho tllsiMKe tbatU in tho
lungs, wniiievcr meioriu may ue.
It U important that while vising Hchenck'tt
Mtdlclnts. caroalumld bo exercmeil no. totaUo
cold; beep lnUoorM in coin ana u.iiup weatuer;
avoid ulKbt nir, aud tako outdoor oxcrcUo oiil
iu a treniui ami warm turns nine.
I wibh ltUlstinctlyutulerhtood that when 1 reo
ommeiid a patient 10 bocaruiul lu leard to tul;
Incold, whllo UBlus my .Medicines, t do so for a
special reason, a man wuo uus out, partially re
covered trom tho elf etsot a b id cold ls far moro
linoio to a rcinpso man nun wuo uas ucen entire
ly cured ; nnd it Is pieelsely tbo h.uno in regard
toCoUKiimptlon, Ho Iuuk as the Iuuks ittunot
perftcllv lieal d.iut fcu Ioiii'1-h thero lHituintuit
danger of a lull return of tbo dKea.so. lleneo It
is mat 1 ho KireiiuouMiy e-aiuiou punuouary pu
llcnta analunt exposing themselves to an nlnun
phero that ls not uetilal and pleasant. Coullrm
ed UouMimidlvC's1 lungs 1110 a nias.s til nores,
which the leitst cliaiuto or itiiio4plur. wllllu
llame. Tho grand secret of my suuchns Willi my
iMedicliuH consists In my ubllp.y to h ihilue In-
nammaiion liisuauoi niot)Kinfc; u, usinuiyni
tholiteiiltv do. An lullamed In in' oniiuil. wl'h
safetv to (ho patient, bo exposed to the tdiliu;
blasts of Winter tr tho chilling wluds ol Spring
or Autumn, It nnould bo care I ally shielded irom
all Iriltatlng lulluenetb. 'ibo titino 1 caution
8bould bo oliscred In this particular, ns wltnoul
it a euro under almosuan) uircuumtunccs ls an
i tie peisou should bo kept on a wholesome and
nutritious diet, and ull tho .Medicines c miluuc 1
until thu body h.ts restored to It tho uattiral
ciuautlly ot lU-Mi aud blreuKth.
1 was nnsell cured by ttiin trfntment of the
worst Is 1 lid of Coiiumpipui( and hao lived to
net lal and heaitv these many ours. with ono
urns mostly none. 1 havo cured ibouMinds since
nnu vi ry many ouvo ueen cuiuu uy mis tiuai
ment whom 1 havo neei seen.
About tlio first ol October 1 expect to talto
iHjtfctsslouofmv new bulldunr. at ine Northern
Corner ol Hlxth and Arch btretls, wlu ro 1 shal
bo pleasLd to uivo advlco lo all who mav renulro
Full directions accomnuiv all mv liemodles.
so that a person lu any part ol tho wot Id cm ho
teuuiiy curt 11 uy u suicl ooserv iice 01 1110 same.
J. JI, HCIIOCIC, .M, 1).
Johnson, Hollaway A Cowden, GJJ Aroli street
rhiladehdila, wholebalo agents. tnovl7'"l-iy.
Dr. VAi.nrr.- -
sj? HuixlicuJii ilia.
Z r Dear tPfitHiODy to t!i"!r M j:
o & fuiCuutto Ltrccu-.
WHAT ARE THE
TIIEY AT.E SOT A VIL"
d r 1 n
u u r r im w t
lliVloo'oyraint'WMskey, Proof Bplrlta
nud ICclaau Jdcnora doctored, rplcod andswect
cnccl to please tho taste, callcd"Tonice,""Arpct:
cr:," ,iestorcrsI,, ac, tLtt lead tho tippler on to
drunkenness end rah, but nro-a Iruo Medicine, mado
fromthoKatKo Ilooloand Ilcrusci CalirorLla.ireo
Trom r.MAlcchvlio bttmulums. Thc7t.r0 t!ia
i:iIAT IlLOOO I'lIlMnnt and A lAVSZ
C1V1NU I'KIKCin.Kflpcrfect Hcnovatcr and
Invlscrator cf the ByEtcm, caiTyios off nil poLjonoua
natter and rcttorlss tho tlood to a healthy condition
i;o person can tako theso letters nccordin to dm
t Ion and remain long unwell.
tlUO TUlbo given for on inmraUoca2?,p:wv"l
t'.o hones nro not destroyed ty mineral wolacn or
otlicr means, end (,ho Ital orjans vnitci r?nd t:.o
point of repair.
rv Inflammatory uud CUrouIc II he una
thin aud (outi Dyspciita, or XiullccKtlou,
Hllluiiis Ucmlttctit mid Intt'imltttnt Fcvcio
JJUcam-EtoVtliuUlood, Uver, Klilnc) c( n:ul
Uladdcr tnuo Ilittcin luvc heen r-fivt euccu
fal. bach Dlscahca tro canted ly Vltlntcd
li ! c 0 il. vklch la generally r roCaccd ty Ccrtnstracnt
ct Uo ITIcrbtUuOrau-i '
nchf,rn!alathiU.oi.Ucrf, vCCU,TlU:.cu of Co
CCtt, D1zz.:.lco, Ll.c 1 ri.t.LitcLB cf ti.o Ctouach.
IadtuatoUU ;-.nL.h, Uao Attacks, Xalpli-Ucu
cf thuLtcart, ii-l-n:.i.t.(,a ci tl.o Lu'-se, Tain In tho
r'loi.j of tho Kidneys, niul n hundred ether i'-.:nful
t j tji-t juo, trc tho cClprluca cf UjEfcpt-a.
lii'i uvicruu luoGtomachaLdctlsnulato tu tor-rUlU-rr,r.d
buyrt If, which rcndcrthcniolnncanailcd
t".cacyla c.ca:-.t.n l2o tlood cf &U imparities, end
.L.;'Utlr. u.w i.. j nrd v'por to tl.o v. nolo oystcrn.
,1-. : -,f;(.t,i'lu,ilto,initcKs,EoIlB,ra
... ' , ... ' l,c..lci-iitad,Ccro Cycc,nryclp
.i -i, 1, . -u :, i-n-tolorctioiistf thcCUo,nun.or3
end Jjiutufaca cUl.a Llsin, of whatever namo or nature,
Lro literally iXv-s up nnd carried out of tho Fyetcm U a
short trnioly tho wo of thoso Blttcre. Ono botthi In
meh crrtJ r. HI convlnco tho most Incrcdclotu of their
Cleanse tho Vitiated Elood whenever you find its
Impnrltlco hurEtlcg thronsh tho chin tnrimplcs, Ernp
Hons or Sores ; clcanso It when yon find it obstructed
and elnslsh In thj veins ; clcanso It when It Id foul,
nnd your fsclinga will tell you when. Keep tho blood
pure and tbo health of tho system will follow.
I'J.V, TAPE and other WOK3IS, lnrklnc tn tho
syctcin of co many thousands, ore effectually destroy
cd and removed. For fall directions, read carefully
tho circular around each bottle, printed In four lan
CiaascB-rngllch.Gcrman, Trench ud Epanlth,
J.WALCCn, Troprlctor. R. IT. 1IcDO"ALD & CO.,
Dmffflsta and Gen, Agento, Iran Francisco, Cal
and Wand CI Commerce Street, iS'ew York.
CTbOLD CV Ai-1 iJilUaoWTS A'D DCALEIIG.
To any person froduclPR any Me llcmo hhow.
Inn half as many llvlnir. iiermanent ciireKaa Dn.
KTII.K'H VKfiKTAIILK fill KUMATIO Itl.MKUV.-
Vsed inwardly only. A ulennaiil Meitlclne. freo
Irom Injurious drills, warranted, under oath,
to h4V permanently cured Ui In every 100 patients
treated In the pant leu years. (Hen testimony.)
It ls lite hclentiile precrlpllon of l'rofi hsor Jos.
P. Filler, M, 11 , a Kraduato of tho University ol
l'ennsylvaulu A, 1. Is-tl. now nnu nl Phlludcl.
phln's oldest reiiularpliyklrtaus.and Professor ol
Chemistry and Toxicology, who has made
Neuralla, Chroniciand liuUinniatnry llheuinn
tlsm llm .peclalltv of his eti'iro pmresslonal
life a fact vouehed for by Ihukluuntiires areola
innylOKPkcli liottle.olinuny niomlnent renown.
il jiliy Blclaim. cKry nit n, n i.il nilu r tistlmoulalH,
To protect sullerers from iiolsounus rtuuck nos.
trumsanil useless expeiidlluro of money, a legal
signed Kuaruiitee.htatlnitoxurt number ot bottles
wurranted Ui cure, will be forwarded gratis to
any suirererbendlug by letter u full dcbvrliitlou
of atlllctlon. In easeol falluro to cute, amount
lald positively refunded, Medicine kunt any.
where by express, collect on delivery. Allllcted
Invlted.lo wrllo forwlvlcuj all Information aud
inedloal advlco neut by letter prutls. Principal
omco.lUKoutli Fourth stieet, Philadelphia, l'a,
The Hcmedy Is bold or obtained by tirugiiUls.
Life Insurance Company.
or NEW VOUK,
No. of Policies Issued 43,000.
TSSUUSull tho wv form of Pollcle-
.Lniiil preicnls as lavorubl i ttrnn ns any com
11.111V in llm ITiiIIimI Htnti'H.
Tim company will make temporary loans on
Thirty ibiea' crnco nllnwod on iach inymont,
and iuo poiu'v ueiil kikhi uuruiR mat. nine,
All our pollolei are Inconteilablo for tho usunl
Policies Ksik-,1 by this company ara nou.for
Ichuri.. No extra rlmrges mnilo for Iravelllna permits.
l'nlln Imlili-rN shiir,, In llm niimial nroIltRO
the coiiipntiy, and havo u vnlco tu tho elections
ami liiiiniiKomeiitor the company,
No policy or medical foe clmrircd.
.1IIS1U.H LA Wltf.NCi:, l'rcs't.
W. It. WY.NKOOP, Vicofrcs't,
J, P. llooFin, Heeretury,
a. C. t'liANuu.it, Jr., Actuary.
Central Office of North-Eastern Pentfa
LUDWK! k BICKWAY,
The onlr vet feet Inttrumrnt in tlio World. I
in unequalled in Itlcli' chs, Tower, llrllllancy nnu
iHinuiuiiv. Mpe run lernvi ui itarnerx. iiaiKi't
favor to Clfneymeu.- .euil lor lllust rated Arioi
f. V. FOHTEU Oen(rHl Agent,
ma" 1071 tr j M.urnt t'ltiK, 1a.
QARIUAQE Jl AN UPACTOKY,
It. C. SLOAN IIROTHEIl
Have on hand and for Bile at tlio most reasonu
ble ratcii a Hpienuiii hiocic ot
and over7 description of Wagons both
PLAIN AND FANCY
warranted to ho madoofthe best and most ilur
able materials, mm uy ino most cAiierienc-
.rrtrlrtnon. Allu-iirlc Kent out from tllO ebtlll
llshment will ho fmind to hoofthe highest elas-
nnd suro lo Klve pirteciKaiiswciiou, juuyiiur
also n nno assonmeiu oi
!1 L 15 If! 11 H
of all tho newi-4 and most lushlouable Ktyle
well aud c.iiefully nuulo aud ot the uebi inut
An lnHno.tlnn fif their Work Is BHlrcd aH It
believed that none biiporlor can bofonnd In th
country. jau i u
T ACKAWANNA AND BLOOMS
u itintd iiAii.iio.vn
On aiiiUttrNov. .7, lbTl, Passenger Trains wll
rue as ioiiowb :
p. m. a. in
IViiiiiiiMiiii mniln nt Hcrillltou bv the 10. 10 a.m
tral i for Great Bend, Blnsmimtoii, Albauyaud
all po uiu Norm, i;usi unu wen.
I).'!'. BOUND, Hnp't.
Ou and aftor Nov. 12th 1371, Tralna
leavoHUNHUKY ns follows 1
12 R .t. nillv in Wllllain-ioort. Klmlra. Canan-
diiigim, Itoehester, llull.ilo.Huspeuilou Bridge
nuu is. runs,
lillf. M Ilutrilo.N. PalN, .tc.
0.M1-. M., Dillv.fexcept Bundays) for William
bpori anu r,rie.
i.m e- m. tntlv. fnreent Bnnilavsl for Emlr
Ilurr.ilo and Niagara Fall", via. Ilrlo railroad
1.17 A.M. IHIly for Ualtlmott, Waslilngtou am
I0.0J A.M. Dully (oxcentHundays) for Baltlmor
Washington " "al'i'p'iK.
l.io i". m. Pitlv (xcept Sundays) lor Ilaltlmore,
rmuuictpuia, . :Di s, Y0UN(i
A r KKtr II. J'mt. Gou'L Cup't.
CIIOHTEST KOUTE EASTWA1U)
Danville, Hazletou & Wilkestiarre R. E
I V INTER All 11. 1 NOltMhNTS.
, 7.CS I
Thoafterno'iu train connects at Hunbnry with
tho I , A );,Uii. in. train goiug weti; arrives i
r,tii-itiik,inr, x ;tii. Lnpic I lii ven r.f.i ii.ui. .and wit
tho Northern LVntrult UI P. lu. moving Moutl;
leaehlne: llarrlnhurg 7 uo P. m nnil Baltimore
10.15 ii. lit., and nlso with tbo riuubury nnd Lew
i. ,,.,.', if. n, ,..,(
Comrrrluble and hauilsomo Coaches on this
new loule. In,nvEy KAhi:, Superlutemleut
CHOICE FAMI1Y GROCERIES
ID OWN IN PKIOE
J. II. M A I Z n 1 S,
fnrnpr Vnhi nti.l ..,.Im(id
Anewklock of Fresh Uoodslust opened nt
TCtlN. COflCCN. SUSIUN.
8Y1UJPH nnd MULWF.H. CHKKIK, MEAT
HALT. KIHH. eto.
Vi:aETAHLUS, IHIIM1:T1CALLY Scaled
TP, T TT.,tJ tlltPDL.IM.L.U Ilinl.'T T'U
FOItEIUN and DOMEHTIO FIIOITS,
PnnRfnntlv ni Imiu!
Also WOOD, WILLOW und ULASSWAKEof
All my goodsaraof tUoflrntqualltyandatex
Mrmeir low irices,
uoca'n.if j, n, maize.
jrrnNif.Y a itKijMiirthb'fc.
. . . . . . . . .
U U IU' 11 U il U II U s It
a n A t' J3 V 1 L Ii ii.
Component IKtrto tluht lleimtl llhularti ami
tluld tract (Xitawia Clmpe
l'OIl LIVIUl COMPLAINTH, JAUNDI0U, 1111,
IOU.H AFFI.CTIONH. SICK OH NKltVOUH
HEADACHE, COSTIVKNKS, litf. PUUEL
VEOETAllLU, CONTAINING NO MEItCtlllY
MINEltALB OU UKLBrKUIOUH IlltUaH.
Theso 11113 nro tlio mont ilcllglit full j- plcusnu
purijillvo, lutpomodliig cailor oil, salts, 11111,1.
ItesU, etc. There ls nothing moro acceptable to
the slomach. They Glvo lone, and cuiiso neiiuu
umisca nor griping juilus. They uro compo-i-u
f tuo jlnett inurnlienu. Alter n faw days' usu
them, kitcn uti mvigoratlou ofHie eutlru systtm
altos place as toappcar inlraeulotts tu tuo We il:
ud cuervaled, whether ariaim! Irom lmi.ni
teuee or disease II, T. Ilelmnold's Coiupouii-i
lttld ExIrnctCatawbaGrnuo Puis are not r
ciialott, from tliu fact that sugar-coaled Plus do
luUllsolve, but p.iim Uiruiiuh thostomach wlthim
Ussolvlug, conseuuontly do not proditco the tie-
slfedeaoct. THE CATAWBA OltAI'l! PILLIS
nellig plcnsnut lit t isiontid odor, do not ueeessi.
tate their heltig stiKur-condjl. PltlCE FIFTY
CENTU PJ'.U BOX.
llliiVlir T. llBL2lliOIArn.
IttallLY COKCnNTBATr.il COMl'OUMD
FLUID EXTltACT BAKSAPAltlLLA
Will rodlcallv cxHrmlnato ftnni tlio (yslcin
rorula,Hynhllls,Fover Sores, Ulcers, Moro Eye
Horo Leg, Moro Mouth, Heud, llrot.ililtl
4l:in Diseases, Halt Itheui.v, linkers, Ruuuin,"
rom tho Ear, Whlto bwelllug, minors, C.iti
cerotts AU'eetlons, Nodes, UlcKets.OlnndHrsiwt.,.
lug", Msht uwuals, Hash, Tetter, Humors ol a
Muds, Chronic Uticumalliui, Dyspepsia, uud il
llse.iso that bus been cstabllshtd In the ssste
plaints, Us ULOOD.PUI'.IPYING propriety 1 nr
greater tli.itt any other preparation ut Sarnup.i.
rlila. It gives tho COMPLEXION a clear nu
iieallny color and reslnrcs tha patient lo a st.ito
il HEALTH and PUIilTY. For Purifying tin.
dlood, removing nil Chronic Constitutional I"k.
uses arising trom nu impttro ktalo of the bio
nd tho only reliable nndellecttial known remi -ly
for the euro Ol Pains aud Swellings ol thu
Hones, Ulcerations of the Throat nud Leg
lllotches, I'lmpks on tno Faco, Erysipelas an
Hi hcaly Eruptions of tuo Klein, and Ileaultfj In
tho Complexion. Price, Si 50 per Bottle,
HENRY T. IIELjniOLTVS
FL UID HXTIIA OT li UCI1 V,
THE OIIEAT DIUP.ETIC,
has cured every case of Diabetes lu which It In
leeu given, Irrllatlou ut the heclc of IheUladd
nd Iiillamtuatlou of the Kidneys, Clcerutlou o
tlo Kidneys nud Bladder, Uetentlou of Urine
Dlseasesof llio Prostutoainiid.Hlouo In tbo Iliad
ler, Calculs, Gravel, Brlckdusl Deposit, ami
Mucous or Mlllry Discharges, and for Enfeehl"!
mil Dellcito Constluitlous of bo.h Sexes, atli n
ted with tho following HuiploniH: IndlM"i
Ion to Exertion, loss ot Powtr, loss of Memory
Dilllculty of Breathing, Weatt Nerves, Trei.i
iliug, Horror of Disease, altetuluess, lJlnt.io
if Vision, Pain lu the Illicit, Hot Hands, 1'hi Ii
mgof tho Body, Dryness ol the Hklu, Lruptmi.
111 the Face, Pallid Couuteuatiee, Univ..--.
Lassitude of the Muscular Sjtiu, tic.
Used by persons Irom tno ages or eighteen to
Lwenty-tlve, and Irom thirty-five lo illty-thf m
111 tho decline or change of life; alter eoiitlM'
ncul or labor pains; bed-wetting In children.
Ilclnibold's Extract Buchti Is Diuretic iietl
Illood-I'urllylng, and cures all ill.siuses nrMng
irom Habits of Dissipation, nnd Excesses niul
tmprudcucis lu Llio, Impurities of tlm Illunil
te., superbedlng Copabi.i In atrectlons for which
it is used, and Syphilitic Al!'ections-ln these
llscases useil Ih connection Willi HELMUOLD'.H
In many aHectlons peculiar lo ladles, the ! -irjct
Ilnchu Isuiietiuallodbyatiyotlierri iin a
is lsChlomsii or Uetentlou, Inegul.uit, I'.uii.
fulness or Huppresslon of Customary i:nciiii.
Ions, Ulcerated or Sehlrrus State of the Uti rus
l.eucorrhiea or Whllcs.bterlllty.nndtor all eoni
,lnlnls lucldeiil to the sex, whether nrtstn;; nm 1
ludlscrelioti or Habits of Dissipation. It ls pre
crtboil OTloiislvely by tho most emiu.'iit phj i
lans and Mldwlves for Enleeble.t ami DfltiMto
Constitutions, ol both sexes and all ugesmtlm
ded with auy ol tho above diseases orsym)! .iim
II. T. HELMUOLD'8 EXTltACT IIUC1IU
i;UHES DISEASES AUISING FUOM IMI'ltl -
DENCE, HABITS OF DISSIPATION, ETC.,
In all their stages, at llttlo expense lltiloor in
chango In diet, no Inconvenience, aud 110 ex
posure. It causes a frequent desire, and
strength to Urinate, thereby removing obstruc
tions. Preventing nud Curing Strictures or tLc
Uretna, Allaying Pain uud Inflammation, w
rrcqueut lu this clii".s of diseases, nnd esp' Ums'
ull Poisonous mitter,
Thousnnds who havo been tho victims la
competeut persons, und who have paid h.'U;.
fees to bo cured lu a short time, have fouud tiny
have been dt celved, and that the "Poison" li is,
by tho uso or "powerful astringent," been .1 1 . l
up lu tho system, to break nut lu a moro u.;.;rt
vated form, and perhaps arter Marriage.
Use HELM HOLD'S EXTltACT BUCUU for ull
AHectlons nud Diseases of tho Uiluary Organs,
irhcther existing lu Malo or Female, from Mlmt
evcr cause originating, and no matter or how
long Rtaudlng. PHICE ONE DOLLAH AND
FIFTY CENTS PEH BOTTLE.
IIENHY T. HELM HOLD'S IM
PROVED ROSE WASH
e.iunot bo surpassol as a FACE WASH.uu I w.l
bo fouud the only specific remedy In oerj
species of CUTANEOUS AFFECTION. It
Jlly eradicates PIMPLE-l, SPOTS, SiMIllll' 11''
IEMB11ANE, etc., dispels UEUNESS uud r.
t'lPIENl' INM.AMATION, HIVES, H-U
.MOTH PATCHES, DHYNESS OF SCALP I't
SIUN.FUOSTBITE-I, und all purposes tor whl !'
HALVES or OINTMENTS aro used", restoio-s tlm
skill to 11 state of purity aud soilness, nud In
sures eoutluued healthy nctlou tu the tissue u
its vessels, on which depend tho agreoable ch ' -uesg
and vivacity ol complexion so uuirh sou , 'I
aud admired. But however valuable 11
remedy for existing defects of tho skin, H. '1'
llelmbold'a Uoso Wash has lon sustatmd 1 .
principle claim lo unbounded piinnuge,
possessing qualities which render It a TO1L.1. 1
VPPENDAGE of the most Superlative no 1
Congenial character, combining lu an elegi.1
EFFICACY the luvarlablo uccompaulniein "!
Its use as a Preservative and Hefreslieml tl."
Complextou, it Is an excellent Lotion for !. -eases
of u Syphilitic Nature, uud as iiu lujei ii j
lor diseases of tuo Urluary Organs, ni lsiug n
halills of dissipation, used In connection
the EXTUACT8 BUCHU.HAlWAPAitlLLA, s'el
CATAWBA UllAPE PI LLM. In such .llscases .i
rocommeuJed, eauuot he surpasseil. I'M''
ONE DOLL All FEU BOTTLE.
Full and explicit directions accompany t' 1
Evldeuco of the most responsible and rel - '
character furnlshod ou application, wltn 111
dreds of thousands of living witnesses, nnd
ward or 30,ono unsolicited certificates and rec
inendutory letters, iniiny of which nro from 1 "
highest sources, Including eminent Physical.
Clergyraeu, Btalesracn, eto. Tho proprietor H
never resorted to their publication In tho ufff'
papers: ho does not do this fiom the fact ' a
his articles rank as Standard Preparations, sou '
do not need lo be propped up by certlllcates,
Henry T. Ilolinliolil'sj Gciiulue
Delivered to any address, to euro from oeiei
Established upwards of twenty years. Sold W
Druggists everywhere. Address letters fori'"
formation, In coufldenco to HENIIY T. HELM
BOLD, Druggist and Chemist .
Only Depots! II, T, HELMBOLD'H Drug J
Chemical Warohouso, No, cat Broadway, SeW
York, or to II, T. HELMBOLD'S Medical IHr"1
101 South Tenth Street, Philadelphia, l'a.
ubtVAitu ur uuuisir..r.4.w3. ...o
HENItYT. HELMBOLD'S TAKE NO OXUt-'