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THE COLUMBIAN AND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.
Tim King or Mm World.
A t;roat Klnponcn lind n fnvnrllc ami,
Whom ho wlahctt to educato in nil tho
vlrtuud mul nccoiupllshtnenU which
conltl mlorn a prlncd. Tlicroforo ho ro
solved Hint his son should not bo wertk
oncd by Indulgence, nor spoiled by tho
flatteries of n court j nud to this, end tho
young tirlnco was sont Into n distant
proylnco of tho roalm, whero ho might
bretitho tho fresh nlr from tho moun
tains, and draw from tho soil tho stronc
nnd vigorous llfo Of tho peasant, whllo
lio learned by dally contact tho naturo
ol tho people whom ho was to rulo. Eor
ttio wlfro King know that no boy can
becomo learned of moro Instruction, nor
strong by tho services of others, that
ho can have, In fact, no real power but
what ho acquires for himself! and ho do
sired Unit liIssonahouldboaKiuL' not In
namo only hut In fact, by being stronger
nnd wiser than Ills suljects. As ICinir
ship, therefore, was tho trade to which
tho boy wus to bo brought up, his good
lamer wimieu nim to servo nn nnnrcn
tlceshlp t govorutng ; nnd tho province
wiiicimaii boon assigned him nsa school,
win also given Mm for a Kingdom.
Tho royal ehnrtor was inado out nearly
in uieso words : "iluvo thou dominion
over tho fish of tho sea, and over tho
fowl of tho nlr, and over every living
thing that moTeth upon tho earth." Ro
sides theso threo classes of subjects were
thousands of woll-tralnod servants, who
wero nlso fitted to perform tho oflleo of
teachers; but theso wero not mentioned
In tho charter; Indeed, they wero to
remain out of sight for tho present, and
to servo tho prince only so fast as ho
learned tho spell by which they could
bo summoned, and compiled with tho
conditions which thoy wero Instructed
to Impose Nono of tho comforts of a
royal palaco wero provided : tho prlco
was to enjoy theso whenover ho should
learn to procure tliom forhlinsolf ; mean
while, ho slopton tho ground and shar
ed tho common kindly gifts of Isaturo
with tho poorest of his subject.
Threo faithful servauts, Eyes. Ears,
and Hands, stood very near him nil tho
time, and ho probably know tho use
fulness of theso from tho first ; but tho
rest ho began to learn only after a severe
eourso of instruction. And this Is tho
way his education began :
"I am hungry," said tho prince.
"Will your Royal llighncss bo pleas
cd to gather eomo acorns?"
"But I shall bo hungry to-morrow,
and tho next day, nnd after tho acorns
"PerJiaps your Itoyal Highness will
havo tho condescension to dig nnd plant
and reap," was tho reply.
"Certainly; but must I dig with my
"Until you can find Eoracthlnc bet
tor ; there Is iron underground which
you may soino timo bo ablo to com
niand." But tho last was spoken aside,
so that tho princo did not quite under
Under tho teaching of Necessity ho
began to dig.and ere long tho bounteous
earth, which is as kind to princes as to
neggars' sons, rowarded him with n
golden harvest. Ho found, indeed, that
just beneath tho surfaco of tho soil wero
millions of llttlo J-orccsnll ready to sup
ply his wants ; and tho dropping of tho
seed, followed by an occasional visita
tion of tho hoe, by way of reminder,
was tho only hint they needed of his
Tho samo stem tutor soon hinted to
his, pupil that a better dwelling might
bo found than tho dismal eavo or hollow
trunk of a tree which had afforded him
shelter. But what to build of?
"Thero is wood in tho forest," said
Eyes ; and tho princo found that houses
for millions of men wcronll around him.
if only tho shaping and planing tools
By this timo ho was growing wiser,
"This wigwam is noabodoforn king,"
"Thero is n stono in tho quarric3,"sald
True enough, thero it was, glittering
granite, smooth sandstono, nnd white
marblo; but how to tnko it out? Hands
tried, but stronger hands wero holding
it duwn to thocarth ; and hero tho princo
madoacquaintanco with tho great Giant
Gravitation, who appeared in thoso ear
ly days somewhat iiko nn enemy, but
proved, when better known, his firmest
friend nnd ally. To conquer this friend
ly resistance of Gravatlon, another uso
ful servant was lound, a simple crea
ture called "Lever," but who had n
power of using and combining his forces
In so great a variety of ways that ho did
almost all tho work that tho young
sovereign needed of n mechanical kind.
Provided thus with food nnd a palaco,
you might think our young monarch in
a, fairway to possess his kingdom ; but
this was hardly a beginning. At lint,
ho know not oven enough to keep him
self from becoming sick ; and though ho
Is considered much wiser to-day, it must
bo confessed that in this respect ho is al
most as Ignorant as ever ho was. Even
sickness, however, proved a teacher;
for It forced him to search for tho gifts
of healing through all tho borders ofh
realm. Ho found at longth that under
ovory leaf in tho forest, in ovorv llbro
of its bark, nnd at overy root, lurked
some good spirit, that, if ho could onl v
learn its charm, would heal sorao uno of
It is truo that theso humblo llttlo ser.
vailts did inllnito harm when they re
ceived tho wrong direction; but that
buroiy was no mult of thoirs. It was
only as tho princo, their master, learned
uiuu-Hpeu, mat, no could command them
at nil ; and so stupid a scholar ha3 ho
boon, that to this day ho often reads tho
spoil backwards, and is served In a way
Just opposlto to that which ho doalriw.
And this Is a curious fact concoming
nil theso sorvants of our raeo. Each has
mystic word by which nlono ho can bo
summoned, nnd fixed laws of bis bolng
under which only will ho net. Tho man.
arch, thoreforo, must servo n llttlo an-
prentlceshlp at obeying beforo ho Isnblo
to command. Many claimants to tho
crown havo failed tosecuro their kiue
ship, only by neglecting or refusing to
compiy wuii tins ruio.
Let us seo how theso teachers aro ac
customed to denl with refractory pu
"I shall go whero 1 please," says tho
scholar, "without regard to your strict,
"Ah I very woll, then, I'll Just swnl
low you," says Ocean.
"I'll burn you," says Fire.
"I'll break your bones," says Gravi
tation, out of olio of his great yawning
"1 won'toboy you."
"Then you'll get a blowing up," cries
Iho Whllo Giant, with a great roar.
I will uotspcndmy tlniolnstiidylng
your tlrcsomo roots nnd leaves."
"l)lo then In your Ignorance. It Is all
tho samo to us," roply tho plnlndcal
But at last tho man comes who will
obey, nud ho Is their king. To him tho
soil gives up Its fruit and tho mountains
their treasures, tho sea Its wealth and
tho forests their Innumerable virtues;
and he, patient nnd submissive, who
learns tho rulo of all nnd oboys It, bo
comes tho ruler of nil. As tho years go
on, ho finds now forces around hlm,nnd,
by obeying them, extends hlsdomlnlon
into wider realms. Ills two hands, that
wero liU first nud almost his only ser
vnnts, nro now promoted to do only tho
flncr work. Tho great forces that ho has
called from their hiding-places havo
built his palaces, bridged great rivers,
nnd bound together tho remotest cor
tier's of his kingdom. They run upon
his errands quickly ns tho lightning;
thoy carry his wealth across tho ocean
with great wings or steam ; they make
him tho omnipotent ruler of tho world,
Just la tho degrco that ho porfectly
obey 3 their laws. If ho Infringes their
rights but for n moment, any one of
them Is ready to tako his life.
As yet, It must bo said, our young
princo has only learned to call a few of
his servants by their names, and ofton
falls In his efforts to glvo his commands
even to theso, and enforco their obo
dlcnco. But ho is Improving year by
year, his wealth Increasing in exact
proportion to his dlllgcnco nnd obo
dlcnco ; and no ono can tell how great
will bo his power, when tho whole of
his vast kingdom shall bo reduced to
his control. Our Young Friends.
Jlnlcs on the Turin.
Thero has always been a great deal of
prrjudlco In somo parts of tho country
In regard to using mules on tho farm
It is truo if thoy aro not properly
handled and broken in tho first placo
they nro npt to bo unruly at timos, but
not moro so thnn somo horses, and if
properly broken nnd kindly cared for,
they aro not nearly so liablo to run
away or frighten as horses. It is truo
they do not look so well to a carriago
as horsc3, but whero economy is con
sulted thero is certainly much to bo
said in favor of tho mule, as it does not
cost much over half tho amount to feed
and shoos n pair of mules for ono year,
that It does u pair of horses, aud, taK
ing tho year through thoy will do
moro work; besides this, they will last
twice as long.
Theso aro all important considera
tions in determining tho most econom
ical unlmal to uso on a farm. Every
farmer, In moderato or straigtcued
circurastanccs,is willing to forego some
thing in tho matter of pleasure if there
by his gains nro greater. If an animal
can bo raised to tho ago ol usetuincss,
for less expense, can bo kept after that
tiraO on cheaper food, if his sickness and
shoeing cost tho owner less money, aud
his working years aro greater, afarmor
can well allurcl to accept somo draw
backs in tho matlcrof appearanco ofeaso
of management. But thero aro many
purposes for which tho mulo is almost
universally regarded as tho superior of
tho horso. Ono such employment is
plowing among com, potatoes, and
other cultivated crop3. For this pur
poso tho mulo has many advantages.
His feet aro small aud his disposition
is to put thorn down very nearly in a
line. This being tho caso ho seldom
injures ridges, hills or crops by tread
ing on them. Tho plowing of cultiva
ted crop3 must bo attended to during
tho sovcrest heat of summer. Horses
aro rendered moro impatient by in
sects, and aro les3 nblo to endmro tho
cxtremo heat of tho weather than
mules'; their skin is also easier chafed
and they aro much moro liablo to bo
laid up at tho most important period
of tho year by various' diseases then
Foxes as Sheep-Herders.
Tho Stockton (Cal.) Republican vouch
es for tho following story: "Pcoplo of
ten wonder at tho remurkablo instiuct
displayed by well-trained shepherd
dogs, but what will they say when wo
.tell them of a band of sheep that is
guarded by foxes alono. Tho storv
seems improbablo, but of its trufli wo
havo tho most undoubted proof. On
Whiskey mil, four miles from Slilton,
may bo seen, almost any day, a largo
llock of sheep herded by foxes. Theso
guardians oftholittlo Iambs aro threo
iu number ono a gray fox aud tho
other two of tho species known as tho
red fox. In point of Intelligence theso
novel sheii)ftrds aro said to greatly sur
pass tho best trained dogs. They per
form their work well, and from morn
ing till night aro over on tho alert. Tho
gray ono seems to control, nud In a
great measuro direct, tho actions of tho
other two. A gentleman informs us
that ho yesterday saw tho gray fox
pursuo.and attaek a hog that had bei.ed
a lamb and was making off with it.
Tho contest was short and sharp, and
resulted In tho hog dropping tho lamb
and beating hasty retreat. Tho fox
picked up tlio apparently uuinjurcd
lamb and carried It back to tho tlock.
Hetter lYtd, Ilcltcr .llaiiurc.
Under thl3 heading tho Malno Farmer
Few truths In agricultural economy
aro better established than this : that tho
better and richer tho feed given to anl
mals, tho hotter will bo tho matiuro
mado. Animals kept on straw and
coarse, rough fodder, with llttlo or no
provender, ovon if they havo this sort
or rood In abundance, will produco
manuru of very Inferior quality to that
mado from corn meal, cotton seed," rapo
cauo or oiner articles rich In nltrogon.
It Is a custom with tho best English far
mors a custom as woll as n business
to feed for tho purposo of obtaining tho
manure. And whllo thero is almoit al
ways a lo3s In feeding animals upon
purchased, food, leaving out of calcula
tlon thomanuro they mako. when this
Is considered, especially If ono wishes to
restoro or maintain tho fertility of a
inrm.au experiments show that feed-
ing animals Is tho cheapest modo of ob
March and April winds nro product-
lvo of autrerlng to cattlo left out unpro
tected or In barns whero cracks aro
' wide enough to put your hand through.'
l'o Debilitated Porsiins,
To Buliorora from Llvor Complaint,
io tnoso navintf no Appotuo,
To thoso with Urokon Down Consll
To Nervous nconlo.
To Children Wasting Away,
To nny with Debilitated Dlgestlvo
Or suffering with any of the following
Symptoms, which indicate Disordered
Liver or Stomach,
such a, Con
Mi's, Fumes, or
lllonil To 1 ho Henil.AcId
lty of the stomach, Nausea,
Ileartburn, Disgust for Fond,
tcrliignt tlio Pit oft hostomnch, Swim
ml.mol tho lIo.nl, Harried nml Dllllcult
llrcatliln. Fluttering nt tho llcrt, Choking
orHullbeatlng HensitlnnH when In n Lying Pos
ture, Dimness of Vision, Dots or Webs beTnro
the Sight, I'ovcrnnddtill pnln In Iho lion.l,
Deficiency orporsplrntfon, Yellowness
or tho Skin nnd Eyes, Pnln In tho
Hide, H.iclt, Chest, I.lmlis, .U'.,
Sudden Flushes of Heat,
Burning In Iho 1'losn,
of Evil, mul great
hoofland's oerman hitters.
A Bitters without Alcohol or Spirits or nny ltluil,
Is dlll'crcnt from nil others. Ills composed of
tho pure Juices, or 1'iftil I'rtnctplc of Jtonis.JIerbi,
nml Jtarki, (or ns medicinally termed Extracts,)
tho worllilossnr Inert portlonsor tho liuttcdlculs
lint being used. Tlicreforo In ono lloltlo of this
Ulnars tncro is contained ns much medicinal
vlrtno ns will lio fu.iud In sovornl gallon, of or
illnnry mixtures. Tho Hoots, Ac., used In this
Hitters nre crown in Germany, their vital prni"
elplos extracted In that eouutry by rt sclcntltlo
Chemist, nnd forwarded to tho inantir.tclory In
this city, wnoro they are, compounded nnd bot
tied. Containing no spirituous Ingredients, this
Hitters Is rreo from tho objections urged agnlust
nil others: no desire for stimulants can no In
duced from their use, thcr caunot mnko drunk
ards, nnd cannot under any circumstances, lmvo
any but n bcnetlclal eil'ect.
HOOFLAND'S fJERMAN TONIC,
Was compounded lor thoso not Inclined to
oxtremo bitters, nnd Is Intended for uso in cases
when some nloohollo stimulant Is required In
connection with tbo Toulo properties ol tho Hit
ters. EAch bottlo of the Tonic coutnlns one bot
tle or tho Hitters, combined with pure SANTA
CRUZ HUM, nnd Hitvorcd tu such n mnnnerthat
tho extreme bitterness of thobltters Is overcome,
forming n preparation highly ngreeabto and
pleasant to tho palate, nml containing tho medi
cinal virtues oi tno hitters. Tlio pilce or tho
Tonlo la tl.OO per ISottlo which ninny persons
think too high. They must take Into coiiHklera
tlon that tbu utlmulant used Is guaranteed to bn
or n puro finality. A poor article could ho fur
nished at a cheaper pr lce,but Is It not better to pay
n little moro and havo n good nrtlcle? A medi
cinal preparation hhould contain none but the
best Ingredients: nud thevwho expect to obtain
n cheap compound, nml bo bcnellltei by It will
JlOOl'I.AND'S HERMAN BirrEKS,
HOOFLAND'S GERMAN TONIC,
ilOOi'LAND'S l-ODOrilYLLIN PILL,
WILL CURE YOU.
Thoy nro tho Groatcst
uiiooi) rum fie ns
Known to tho Medical world, nnd will er.nll-
caieuiseafcesansingrroni impure blood, Debility
of tho DlKfhtlvo Organs, or diseased Liver, lu a
ftuoricr mno man any otuer uuowu romcdles.
Tho wholo aUPJlUME COUllTof Pennsylvania
SPEAK t'Oll THESE IIESIEDIK3.
Who would ask for moro DIguined and Stronger
Hon. Ueoucie W. Woodwabd, former Chief Jut.
lice of the Supreme Court of 1'cnnsylmnta, a
l'rescnt JAmbcr of Congress from 1'cnnsylcaniu
Philadelphia, March lOtli, 1S07.
I find "Ilootland's Herman miters" Is n good
tonic, uselul In diseases or tho dlgesttvo organs,
and of great benefit lncasesofdeblllty and want
of action In tho systom. Yours truly
UEOnaE W. WoouwAni).
lion. JambsTuouson, Chief Justice if the Supreme
Court of Fciuuileanta.
PHILADELPHIA, April S3, 1M,7.
I consider "lloollaud's German Hitters" nval-
uanio mciueinu in caso or nunckn ot Indigestion
or Dyspepsia. I can ceitirv this from my oxpu
rleucoont. yours, with lospect,
Hon. GEonan Suap.swood, Justice ef the Supreme
Court of Pennsylvania,
Philadelphia, Juno l, isca.
I havo lound by cxperlcnco that "lloolland's
ficrmnn Hitters" Is nvervcood umln. reiiAvinr-
dyspeptic symptoms almost directly.
Hon. Will. F. Itogcrs, Mayor of the Ctyof Ituffaio.,
Mayor's Olllce, Buffalo, Juno 2 1S09.
I havo used "Hooflands Gorman Litters and
Toulo" In iny family daring tho past year, nnd
can recommend them as an excellent tonic, Im
parting tono nnd vigor to tho system. Their uso
1ms been productive of decidedly houellclal
caccts. Wji, F. ItOCIKltS.
Hon. James M. Wood, JZc-3Iayor of Williamsport
I tako great ploaturotnreoonimcudlns" Moor
land's Herman Tonlo " to nny ono who may bo
aflllcted with Dyspepsia. I had the Dyspepsia to
badly It was lmposslblo to keep uiy lood In my
stomach, and I becamo fco weak rs not to lio ablo
towalk half a mile. Two bottles or Tonic effected
a perfect euro. James 11. Wood.
HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTIUIS,
HOOFLAND'S QEBMAN TONIO
Will Curo every caso of
MARA S M US,
Or Wasting away of tho Eody.
UOOFLAND'3 GERMAN REMEDIES
Aro the medicines yon require to purify the
Hlood, exclto tho torpid Liver to healthy action,
and to enablo yon to pass.balely through uuy
hardships or exposure.
O D O P II Y L L
SUI13TITUTU FOR AlURCUltY l'JLLH.
'TWO 2'IUJJ A flOXE.
7 he most Powerful, Yet Innocent,
Ve'jdablc Culhartia known.
I t is not necessary to tako n handfullof theso
I'llls to produco tho desired effect: two of them
net quickly nud lwwerlully, cleanklug tho Liver,
Htomach nud llowols of nil Impurities. Tlio
principle lugredlent Is Podophylllii, or the Aloo
hollo l.xtiact of .Mandrake, which Is by mauv
times mora imwerful, noting and searching ihun
tua MRUdrnlio llself. Its peculiar action Is upon
the Liver, cleaning It speedily from nil obstruc
tions, with nil tho power ol Mercury, yet irtio
from the lujurlous results attached to tho use of
For all diseases In which Uio nso of a caUiartlc
Is Indicated, theso pills will give enllro sallsiao
tlon In every caso. They NEVER FAIL.
In cases ol Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia nml
"treiiie costlvcness, Dr. lloolland's German
.,.lIf or4.uulo.,,,hould bo used Hi connection
with the rills. Tho tonlo effect of tho Hitters or
?,?ilSHu. w'Pthosystem. The Hitters or Toulo
purines the lllood, strengthens the Nerves, kkj.
nnd "gor ' OUU 'lve', "'"Wi energy
iJmt'K.?V!'lIlow.eU "ctlyo with tho I'llls, nnd
?iiS"f.AUo ywu wltli Hitters or Tonic and
you? rutnln U" 1 vl J' ur e"ua
i' "'at It is DR. rfOOFLAND'f) GEIl
Si 'Ciff that nro so uulversally used and
highly recommended nnd do not ullow tlio
Druggist to induce you to take iiuytlilug that ha
SrYerouVoL"1! tau "
These Remedies will ba sent by express to
WVt ,?8?yi,rVpo.u W"1??""" to The rttfiVi
PAL OFFICE, at tlio GERMAN MEDIIMNI.'
UTORE. 031 Arch Ht.,.Phlladelphla. Mt-muN'
CII.IS. M. EVANS, Propj-lolor.
These Remedlos aro for ala by DrnggltU
Borekeopcrs, ana Medicine Dealers very where
BOOTS & SHOES.
E. M. KNORR'S
THE LATEST. AND BUST
livery variety for Men, Women nud Children
Soiling nt Cost to cIiho out lo mako
Bargains ! Bargains !
CALL AND SEE,
HE HAS THE
FINE3T GOODS, LATEST STYLES
AND EMPLOYS TUB
BEST WO R li 31 K 71.
For pood flU nnd promptness In lllllng ordtrs
lui-iuisiuu juacu iu go.
Ills corals arn Retantml wlin . n.i
torn Work will coinparo favorably with tho best
HE 1CEEP3 A LARGE STOCK OF
HOYS' AM) CHIMMKN'S CLOTlllXd
CENTS' FUIUVSSISIiVG GOOKS,
At Astonishingly Low Prices.
Bloomsburg, Sept. H), Ib71-tl
JOHN O. JACOBY'S
EAKFItY AND CONFECTIONEIIY!
I1ERWICK, PF.NN A.
The nndorsltmed wnuhl r,nAririiio
tho Citizens of Herwlclc.
uu WJvuv. i,utiibbbkuuuiy uuu uajiery hi
ODD FELLOWS' HALL,
Berwick. Pa., whero ho is tirm-,,! ,r. f,.nt..
rLAIN AND FANCY CANDIES,
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC FRUITS
ORANGES, LEMONS, RAISINS
1C, Jtc., &c, Ac.
BY WU0L1MALE AMD KETAIL.
v.,!ua" !; T ""f"11"'1"'' win uo mund Cream
bBrti' a11 vV"1uta' l'!"uUi! Almonds, Kll-
en?' kl mff' AKP,1',l?a Nu'. Je'llCH of -j'lller-
r. Vi r.i VJH' v.iuunorH, uuet'se.
vckfpcs 8 P'r At-'rtemcut 1'arers, En-
FISH AND OYSTEItS,
r-Jiw.jo r """"" arena isrend nn
. , . t umj, jlu Litiuaiu ceosou. Your
patronago fa solicited. ' Iuur
Ilerwlclr,Janl'71-tv J u-" O. JACOR Y.
M, C. BLOAH A BROTHER
Ilnvo on hand and for sale at tho mmt. r. ni.n,i.i.
bio rales a splendid stock of
and every description of Wagons both
PLAIN AND FANCY
warranted to bo mado of tho best and mom dnr.
ablo materials, and by tho most experienced
workmen, jh wiuk sent, oui irom ma estab
lishment Will bo found to hoof tho hlehtst eliu.s
anil suro to glvo pctlect satisfaction. They havo
S L E I O II B
ornlltho newest and most tashlonnblo styles
nun uuu viUCIUllI 111UUU UUU Ul KliJ UUSt JUUier
An Inspection of llielr work Is asked ns ltl
bollevetl that nono suoerlor rnn hn fnnnil In lh.
country. jan P71
CHOICE FAMI1Y GROCERIES
3D OWN IN P1UOE
J. 33. M A I S D ' S,
Corner Main and Centre Sis.,
Anew Mock of Frsh Ooodslust opened at
TenN, Colleen. Susrsii'N.
HYRUra and SlOLASSliS. CHEESE. MEATS.
MALT, FlHIf. etc.
VEGETABLES, 1IKRMET1CALLY Sealed
JELLIES nnd I'llEHKKVKH, PICKLES,
uEIun aud DOMEHTIO FRUITS.
An Elegant Assortmont
Constantly on hand.
AUO WOOD. WILLOW litul IILARHWAHKHf
All mv L'oods nre of thu tlrkt.
tremely low prices,
' "' J,AIZE-
Wittii ftr BUi
WTfl Years w Wild Indiana .Mains.
TIA wnnn.1rn1.1 .1 1 ., .
Red Hklus. Thrilling accnunls of Great Hunts.
Hairbreadth Escapes uud'JVrrlule Contests will!
. .u u.b bu iiuuuuiiuiiio iriues. npirueu uescr -tlons
of the habjts aud superhtltlons of that
......,bo ij iB, "i'ii. egeniis, Trndl-
t cms, How they Woo nud Wled. Scalp, Doctor!
worsnip, ac. new, rrosn nnd Popular. Prlco
Low. It is selling by the thousands wltli won.
'lerful rapid ty. Agents aro making from -n to
lino per week, Choice Held yet vacaut, Ki nd nt
iur suuijuo cusiiierN, jiiusirniiousnud par.
tlculars to A. If. JIUBHARD. PublUh?Pl
Jau'71.tf. 4oo Chestnut St., Phlfa.
Va linur l.mro t . . . .
knnt'ln l1fLH',4?"d rf0r k"1.6 "' W.r
. - , u u iMiKiiiiuuu uuu parch
inper, Common Deeds, Executor's nud
. "i-nftilfl-l! nS i,Tti Y 1
H, II. MILLER A HON,
havo remnved UielrHlnroln Iho room formerly
burg, neai ly opposlto the Episcopal Church
Where thoy nro determined to sell on ns moderate
Icrfns ns can bo procured else whero, Tliler stock
LADIES' DRESS GOODS
ol tho choicest styles nnd latest fashions, together
with a largo assortment of Dry Goods Sind Gro
ceries, consisting of tho followlngarllclos
Hoots nnd Shoes,
Hats nnd Caps
AND N0T10:iS GENERALLY.
In Bhort, ovcrythlng usually kept in country
toreo, lo which thoy Invito tho nttoutlon of the
public genorally. Tlio highest prlco will bo raid
for country produco In exchange for goods.
H. II. MILLER it RON.
oct3P7I-!f Bloomsburg Pa.
EW STOCK OF CLOTIIINO.
Fresh nnlvnl of
Invites attention to his clock of
CHEAP AND FASHIONABLE CLOTHING,
nt his store on
MnlnStrcct, In Iho new block,
whoro no has Just received from New York nnd
Philadelphia n full nssortmcnt or
MEN AND BOYS' CLOTHING,
Including the most faslilsuablo, durable, aud
BOX, SACK, ROCO, GUM.AND OIL-OLOTH
COATS AND l'ANTS.
of nil sorts, sizes nud colors. Ho has also rep len
lshed his nlrcady large stock of
CLOTHS AND CASSIMERES,
STRIPED, naUP.ED, AND PLAIN VESTS
SHIRTS, CRAVATS, STOCKS, COLLARS
Ho nan constantly on Hand a largo nud well-se-
cctcd nssortmcnt of
CLOTHS AND VESTINGS,
which ho Is prepared to maco to order Into any
kind of clothing, on very short uotlec, nnd In the
best manner. All his clothing Is made to wear,
nnd most of It Is of homo manufacture.
Q OLD WATCHES AND JEWELRY,
ol every description, fine nud cheap. Ills caso ol
fowclry Is not surpassed In thlsiplacc. Call nud
oxamlno his general assortment of
CLOTIIINO, WATCHES JEWELRY? AC.
.oct!3'71 DAVID LOWENBERG.
Tim jNGitniMUiVTs that
IcOMI'OSi: 110SADAL1S nro
puMishcd on every pat I:agc, tlicrc
ll'uro it is not a icirLt preparation,
riiTsici.wn rr.Kscr.imj it
His a certain euro for Scrofula,
Syphilid in all III forma, Rheuma
tism, !iin Dis.' asc.s, Liver Com-
plaint and all ureases ol tlio
cas soirn or sccadaiis
will do moro r ood than ten holtlcj
of tlio Syrups ol' Sarsuparilla.
THE UNDEntiGNED PHYSICIANS
have used Rwadalis in tl.cir practiri
for tho jasl tlirco years and frrely
ciulorso it as a reliable Allcratho
ami Hlocd Purifier.
nrt. t. c. r-coii, or Eaitimcio.
1)H. T. J. IIOYKIX, "
im. it. w CAiiit. "
1)11 P O. OA'.NI'LI.Y, "
nit. j a. si'Aii:.i, or Nkhoiisuuc,
D3. V L. McCARTIIA, ColamMa,
S. ( .
nn a. .i :;oei.i;s, r-djecomb, n. c.
USE!) A1TD KTDORSED B7
J. II. VRr.NCH !i EONS, Pullltlvcr,
P. W . SMITH. Jirksnn. Mlrli.
A. K Wlll'KLKII.Miaa, Ohio.
1! KALI., I.lni i. llhio.
CIU.VUN is ('0.,(ior.lnnsvlllc. Va.
,S.ri,. G. MtrADCEN, Murfrtca
(lur fipaco villnot alloM- of nny ex,
to itll'I lliltJtl.s 111 lelaticu to Hid
litilC90f Rosadalis. Tolho Mi-dicrJ
PiofcsiiionMo guarantee a Fluid Kx
tra:( eupcriur to uuy tlipy Imio ever
ucd in tho treatment or diseased
HlotHl; mul to tlieallllclfd wo say try
Hosatlalia. blul &u will Lq restore J
Ilosalalls is si.1,1 t,y all Druggists,
price Ot-50 per bvttlj. Address
I!?.. & CJ.
WO resncctfullv rail tlio rtttcntlnn nf n.ntrt
desiring to liurcliasu our lnako of Pianos. Wo
aro satisfied that wo can give satisfaction In
ovcry case. Our workmen skllltnl nnd experlen.
ccd aud nro under tho personal Mipeiluteudeuco
of tho members or our firm. Wo uso only the
uesi seasoucti umuer, nnd tlio material In gene
ral Is first class. Our Pianos without exception
have the patent ngrull'es arrangement ihmur.h.
out, which In tlio opinion of tho most coimui.
lent Judges Is pronounced valuable. By this lm-
m. & iuiiu io nmuu iiiuiu imrauiu uuu
keeiw the toio longer. Wo claim lor our Instru
ments hint, ineyaro seconu to none, and thej
comhlnonll tho csseutlal elemeulH that const!
uno superior worKiuausiup, Wo will give tt
wrmcii guaiuiitf'u lor live yeurs.
Mr. Cunkaii 1'kkima.n. member of our Arm.
will visit Bloomsburg four times a year to re
uulr and attend to tuulng of nil Pianos. In Hm
uoseuceoi ivir. r KEiuAif, ."nr. i. a. jiiillkk will
ntteud to our bushier In Bloomsburg aud Is
uuiuuriuti id reeuivu niiu suiicib uruers.
lYucau givo tno very nest reiereuees.
OAEHLE & CO.
ltaltlmnrn. M. 11
I. K. MlLl.Klt. Dealer In Pianos. On-unu nml
Melodeous live octavo nnd tlvo stop organs ol
tho best make, sold aUllO. Terms easy, June 21
jyjcKKLV V, NEAL & CO.,
VALUABLE I'llOPEHTV FOR
The undersigned wishing to retire from busi
ness now ollVrs ut private sale his entire proper
ty idtuated lu Orangevlllo, consisting oi a oue
half Interest tu tho well known
FOUNDRY AND AGRICULTURAL WORKS,
together with tho Engine, Lnlhcs nnd other Ma
chlnery belonging to the sume, niso the entire
htock HOW on band. tiiL'elher with (L vnlnnliln
pair of horses, nud the wagoiis, sleds. Harness.
tvu..uisv mi mwji iuis uii which is eiecieu agoou
Traino dwelllne. aUo. ttviiiitv.rlvA iinrau lr,ww
us the Dr. Lott proirty ubout teu of which are
cicureu, tuo naiuncu umbered,
Prices reasonable, Pussesslen given nt any
tlilio to suit Jiurchuers. Apply toormldresa,
oci, u, ,i.u, uraugeviue, Columbia CO
NEW SPRING GOODS.
M. P. LUTZ
Has Just returned from New York with n full
HLAUK AND COLOltEl) SILKS,
LYONS' SILK POPLINS,
plain sirlfo anil olicne,
Kltlpo and pint:
slilpe plain and tlicuo.
Ll.icl: nud coloicd
C 0 L 0 11 E I) 0 A M D It 1 C S
I'E IlC ALES,
LONG CLOTH, L'AMRRICS.
1)01 Y U X.
HOSIERY AND GLOVES
and everything generally kept In a Ilrst-class
DKY GOODS STORE.
EAST OF COURT HOUSE, MAIN STREET,
A GREAT M&im. i : .
Dr. WALrry f - .
t IJcar testimony to tIicir'VotIv-t'
TUEY ARE NOT A VILB "1 IS
FANCY DRI PJ IC. pjj?
Widoef PttSrvmn, Whlskoy, Troof Spirits
uud Ilefusu Llduoro doctored, cpicod and sweet
ened to plcasotno taste, callcd"TonIcs,""Apj!ctlz.
era," " Restorers," Ac, tbtt lead Uio tippler on to
drunkenness oad ruiL, but aro a true Alcdlclnc, mado
from tbo Nativo Roots and Ucrbs of California, frco
rrem nllAlcohvlla Stlmulnnts. Tbcyaro tho
GREAT BLOOD rUUIFIElt. nnd A LIFE
GIVING PIMNCIPLEapcrfoct Renovator aid
Xavlgorator of tbo Bystcra, carrying oir all poisonous
matter and restoring tbo blood to a bcaltby condltloa.
Ko person can take tbceo miters uccordtag to tuw
t:oaaad remain long nnwctl.
G100 wlllbo glvcnforaa lnrnratlocasc,piuO"'l
tbo bones aro not destroyed by mlacral poison cr
other means, and tbo vital orgiaa vestoe1 . tbo
point of repair,
I'lii'Inflummutory nnd Chronic Kiicnmn
linn nud Goat, Ilyspcpslu, ur Indiscsilou,
Elllouv, lleuillteut uud lnlilulltent Poera
Discuses of tho lllood, l.Uer, Kldnejs, nnd
Illudilcr, tnceo Ulttcro Ioto teen most rucccrs
lu!. bm.li Diseases cro cacccd ly Vlilntcd
Illooil, wlUch 13 generally produced by deraarencut
ii t.iu Dlecilvo Oignus.
DYbl'RPMIA OR. INDltJESTIO:;, RlkI
r.cbc, Pain la th j Efcculecrs, Coctb3,Tli;l. tacts cf iho
Clic:t, Dkzl-cti, tour n.ctatlocs cf tbo Etomacb,
lad tus t o la tba .'ioutb, liiljoas Attccbs, rclpltatlcn
if UwIIwrt, Ici:.rar.at.t.ncf tl.o Luces. Talalatbo
unices cf tin l.iaacys.ar-dn hundred otb;r nnaful
i. i..;.tuuE,u-j tl,o ef.eprlr.E3 of Dyipcpela.
i y h.-wscri.ta tbo Ctomacb cud stlmtlata Uo tor
1 1.l l.vcr ccd loffcls, Mblca render them ot nuejuailcd
iL-.cyla clcaarlns tho Hood cf all Impurities, oaJ
lu pirtluj i.ew i..a and igcr to tbo v,bo!o system.
I'U tjlllN DISCASLO, Eruptions, Tetter, Ealt
I ...ur. ,t.l.is,pot,r:!:'plcs,rusiuIcs,I!oI!s,Ctr
l jacli., U-Y. utto, Ccald-Uead, Eoro Eyes, Erytlr
hoj, Hcb, Ccurfj, Llscolcratioc3 of tbo Eliln, Uumors
aud Ha.ei.sea cf tbo b'lia. of rbatocr namo or nature,
aro literally dug up uud carried out of tbo system la a
cbcritlmo by tbo uso of theso Bitters. Ono bottlo la
tucb cues v.ill convlnco tho rao:t Incredulous of their
Clcaaso Iho Vitiated lllood whenever j ou find Its
lxpurltlca burr tine through tho skin In Pimplos, Erup
tions or 6ore3 1 clcanso It when yon llnd It obstructed
end elugglsb la th veins t clcanso It when It U foul,
aud your feelings will tell you when. Keep tbo blood
puro aud tho health of tbo system will follow,
PIN, TAPE and other WORMS, lurttuittntha
system of so many thousands, uo cffcttually destroy,
cd and removed. Tor full directions, read carefully
tbo circular around each bottlo, printed In four lau
Knagcs-Engllsh, German, Trench and Spanish. ,
J. T7ALEER, rioprletor. I!. H, MCDONALD & CO.,
Drnjglsts end Oen, Agents, Ean Francisco, Cal
and and 31 Couimorco Etrect, New York.
E-EOLD EY AU- URUOQISTS AND DEALERS.
To nnv nerttnn tirodnnltiir nnu rr..ni..n
Ins half tm lniiuy living, iieriuauent cures as lm.
KriI.KIl'a VKQKTAIII.B RllEUUATIO ltKHKUY.
vmy. a iiiuiibant nieuiclne, freo
from lujiirloiu ill lies. Wurrnntcd, under oiuh.
UihaVB perinuiiently cured Win every i0Uiatleut
treated In the liaM len yearn. (Heo testimony,!
It j tlioueieiitlllo pruberlption of PrufrMor Jos.
V. Htlcr.M. l).,tt urudnate of the Unlveri,lly ol
. w.....j 1H ... 4 ,iu,v uu ui i inland-
phla's oldcr.1 rei!Hlarphyi.lclan8,and Profenmr ol
CliemUtry iiiur Toxlcolouy, who lias miuia
Nenralithi, Chrcinlound Inirammatory Rheniua-
If '". ""'" proichBional
llfo ft laet vouched for liv tlio k l..nnl,,r..u ,,.....
pauylUL'euch Lottie, nl inuuy iironiluent reuown
odphyiilcluiis.clcii.'yiiieii.uuiIoUiertci.tliuoiilttls, tnun uud Ubelobu uxpeudlturo of money, a Uix!
nlKued Kunrantee,i.tutlnj!exiict uumherof botlTetj
wurrnuted to cure, will bo rorumm...! r.i. SI
ul'y.?.,."ftrt'r0.na"1B by. W.ur a dtrTcrlptlon
of sanction. Iu ciwooi falluro to curo. ninoiint
pam positively rem ided, Medlcliio tent niiv.
where bv exnresa. collect nn ftt.liuu a .ml..,
Invlted.io wrlto lor advice : alt luformatimi !
medical ndvlc Kent by letler Kralis. PrliTeiiuil
ottlce.aiboutu Fonrtu alreet. luiadelnhla IS
The Remedy ( BOia or 0u jxlua by JuKE li. i
fS: WHAT ARE
B "s jr !i' !
mur it (i iv
Life IiiGurancc Compnny.
OK NUW YORK.
No. of Policies W 43,000.
TSSUES nil (ho now form of Policies
JLnnd presents nn favorable terim n? nny com-
jmiij in iiiu uniirii rsiniei,
Tlio eompany will mnlto Icmpor.iry loans on
Tlilrty dnvn' Erneo ntloweil on each payment,
nnd tho policy held ood durlnis that time.
All our policies nru Incontestable for tho usual
Policies Issued by this company nro non-for-lelturo.
No extra charges mado for travelling permits.
Policyholders Rlinro In llio nnnniil proillsof
tno company, nnd have a volco In tlio elecilous
nnd lunmn-etncnt of Iho company.
No policy or inodlenl feoehnrned.
JUSTUS LAWRKNCK, Pres't.
W. II. WYNKOOP, Vlto Pres't,
J. P. RonEIts, Secretary,
S. C. CitANDLKit, Jr., Actuary,
Central Office of Norili-Easteru PeHii'a.
CHARLES B. BROCKWAY,
XJ 11URU RAILROAD
On nnd ftorNov. '.7, 1871, raosotigcr Trains will
n. ni. p. iu.
Scrantou ii.iu l.H
Plttston tus 11.5'J
Klneston 1 Rt, u
& W.Ilarroi C'rs s-oJ
Connection mado atScr.intmi liv thn ln.iO a.m.
trnlu for Great Rend, IlliiKhnniton, Albany nud
ui.n,lUM .tunu, lua.uuii Yt"Ht.
D, T, ROUND, Rnp't.
On aud aftor Nov. 12tU 1871, Trains
lcavo su.vnunyns follows :
13.S0 r.si. Dally to Vllllamsport, Rlmlra, Canan-ditlr-nn,
Rochcstor, UulTalo, Suspcuslou Rrldno,
12.10 1'. m. Iluiralo, N. Kails, Ac.
0.501". M., Dull v, (except Sundays) for William.
sport and Erlo.
1.53 in sr., Dallv. (ejcoptSuutlaysl for I'.Imlrn
llnll.ilii and Niagara Fall", via. Urlo lallroatl
1.17 A. SI. Dally for Baltimore, Washington aud
10.03 A. M. Dally (except Sundays) for Baltlmon
Wttshlugtou and PnlladolpUlii.
1.10 i'. m. Dally (oxcopt Sundays) for Baltimore.
x i.iiiiuuiiiui.i, ive,
KD. S. YOUNU,
ALFitui) R. Fisi:. Qcn'l.Snp't,
gllOUTEST ROUTE EASTWARD,
1 XsJ 12.10 J Ila
i-J,' 2.15 I fill
f,-,: 12.:t3 1 Do
a so lsui
Tho nfteruoou train couuectsnt Sunbury with
l!1.0,!.- K-4-'13 P- train coinB West; arrives at
WilllBmxportti.30; Loclc Haven 7.5.3 iun.,nrid with
tho Northern (.Vntral I. Ml n. in., liwtuim wintl.
reacliliiK llurrlkburi! 7.00 p. m and Baltimore
.v.tt p. in., hiiu iu!o wim ino Huuoury uud i.ew
Coiufortnblo uud liandbomo Co iclios ou this
J, 1ILRVEY KASR, Sui rlulendcnt.
JEADINQ RAILKOAI .
WINTER arranges; : T.
Monday, Jlny 27, l.s. .
Great Trunk Lino from tlieNoi nd Moith-
Wchtlnrl'lllllLilnllihlii.Mnur V..rlr I. , P..M-
ville, Tamaqun, Ashinntl, Shai.io lViuuiou
Allentnwu, Easton, EpliraUi, Lltl L i icnaier
Co lunibl:i. J-c.
Trains leave Ilnrrlsburg for New Yoin m..
lows: At 2.43, 8,lo, n. in., and 2,00 p. m., cm
nectlini with similar trnlhs on Pi n ir.ylv.t
nln Railroad, nnd iirrlvlnu nt New Yorn al
10,17, . in., S,r,;, nud 0,15 p. m. rerpectively.
Hleeplun ears accompany the 2,13 a, in, train
Returiiini;: Leave NewYorknt O.OOn.ra.nnu
12.30 noon uud 5.10 n. in. l'lillailelnhbL nt 7..HI. s..'ll
a. m, nml S.JOp. m, Sleeping cars nccompnuy
tho 5,30 p.m., train Irom N Y without cham;e.
Ltnvo liarrlsburi; lor Reading, Pottsvllie, iu
raaiiua, Idlnersvlllu, Aslihind, Shnmokin Al
lentowu uud Phlla'd.ut S.lOn.m., and 2,00 nnd
1,05 p.m., stopping nt Lebanon and principal wuy
lununi: mv n.uj, iraui connecting lor I'niru
'OtthVllIo lllld LfolumliiiL nnlv. I.'iir I'ntlMVllln
Schuylkill Haveu nud Auburn, vln Schuylkill
and busnuehunu.i Rullroud.leavolIarrisburK nt
r.aii j'cnnsyi vaiiin itniiroad trains leave Head-
IU lor Allolitowu 1-LStoll nnd New Ynrlr nl J !l '
10.30. 11. 111., nnd 1.0.3 n. in. lti.rnrttlin, lo...,J
NOW Y'orltllt ll.Wlu. in.. 12.SU nonn nml .1..-LI tv rn
uud Alleutown nt 7.20a.m. 12.25 noon, 2.15, 1.25
uiv 0.15 n. in.
Way 1'aw.cusor Train loaves Philadelphia ul
7.Wa.in connecting with similar train on Easl
in, niiiiuuu ruiuruiug irom ticauiugutu.20p.ui
stopping nl nil stations.
i.fiivo i-oiisvuio nt ii.oo n.m and 2,30 p.m.
IIriwlnti iit.inililn m HI ...Lin r. it ic
ii. in., Ashland at 7,03 n.ni. uud 12,U noon AlaL
aupy City at 7.15 n. in. uud 1.2 p. m. Tamaqun nl
s.ii a. m nnd 2.10 p. ui. for Philadelphia, New
York, Reading. Ilarrlshtirg.Ae.
Leuvo Pottsvlllo via beuuylklll and Susqno.
hanutt RalliondutS.15 n.ni. for Harrlsburg. nud
11,43 u iu lor PlnoUrovo uud Tremont,
Reading Accommodation Train leaves I'otls
vlllo nt 5.40 n. m passes Rending nt 7.30 n. m ur
rlvlug ut Plilladefpblttnt 10.20 u.m. Returning
leaves Philadelphia at 5,15 p. ui rasslng Itead
luKut7,55p.iniirrlvlngutPottsvlllo at two p.m.
I'OIUIOWU Aeeomiliutlatlnli Trulii Innvna p,tu:
nnvii uiu.uvu.iu., returning, leaves I'hllauelputn
at 4.30 n.m.
Columbhi Railroad Trains leave Rending nt
ii.iu, iu. .jiuiuiu, xiiuz, iaucas,
Perklomen ItnlVltoad Tralnalenvn li.lrln,na.
juuuiiuu ui ,,i i v,i u. in., a.w .vu.wp, ru. return,
inc: leave BchweukhVlilo utU.30, H.lo n.in., 12.6
110011 A' 4.45 II.Ul.. COnnUCtllU? Wltllkllllllnr Irnln
or Reudlntr Itnllroad.
Colebrookdalo Railroad trains IcavoPottstown
at 0.40a. iu, iV. 1.15 U.I) p. in, returnlui: loavo Mount
Pleasant ut 7.00 uud 11.25 u. in., 3.00 p.m. couuect
lux wlin similar tniluson Readiug iludroad,
Chester Vullov Rnllroad Tialnu lfuvn it..,
VS. b D,w ... lUl C.11U .AJ UlIU U.O jl, IU, rClUrUllllJi
6.25 li, in., couueetlus with tiiullar trulus on
uii nunuuys, leuvo New York nt 5,30 p.m.. Phil-
III, ll III kl.l n tn ...... l l& l. L ..'. T .
?....7,i,;..vT;i.v. V, ,, ' A ' i.l"wo,w n.iu. inui.
ii..; ?,r; ' -"'""""'Bii'euvei-iiiisviiies.ouu.inj
Uurruburi: ut 2.W u. in, nud 2.00 p. 111. and
!; 11 ' .i"" u,,a u,lu "''"P. miind leave
. . .. , ...u u. iu. nuu iiiaiii, iu, ior iiairis
burg, jit 6.00U. m. for New Yorlr. nt 7.20 11. mlur
i.i. iT 1 , . , M Mi v,w w"i s.iop. Ul 11)1
Coiuiuutiiilon, Mileage, Benton, School .us.
hxcurhlon Tifin.tu ..I r...... .. il ..i..iu .1 ,A
dticed rales. 1 '
UilL'iiui'u cheek ml II. rmiwli. 101 nniiiiiln nlln.vp,
each paMuuger. '
J. IV. WUliriLH,
Asst. Huiil, i Lug, Mucu'ry,
Reading, Pa., April 3. 1871.
Neatly nnd Cheaply Prlnle-J
From tho Latest Stylos of Type at the
JIW UY TTlfEMI 1JOM).,, ,
"OM POUND 1-LUl'n
O It A P-12 1'lhhH
FORMVKU COAIPLAINTS Jtitvt..
ipW AFFKOTIONS. SK'm'' 'l
''"ACIIE, COSTIVENESS. I tc11 ') U1
VEUETAIILL', CONTAINING Nim,,V.1 V't
MINERAL OR DELUTElttOUs
Theso Pills nro tho most deliM.ir..,,.. .
purgative, miporeodlim enstnr .?..1ka -4
H, nalt i,
nesla,olo. Thero Is nothlni-,,.' " '
hosiomacn. They sivo tone, nnd can 1 , 1
nnuseanor griping ,,aius. They nro r
o itio finesttnareJients. Ano,Uwi '
Hem, sucn n invigoratlon or tho enuro t
takes place ns to appear miraculous to tn0V"
nuit eiiervalcl. whether arising ir l 7, '
ilcnco or disease. It. T. Holmi ,,i,iV "l
I'lti JptrnctCalnMbaOraoo Plll B '
coaled, from Iho fact that stigai-conie d ' '
not dholvc, but pass tlironnh tho.ioi.! '."'
d ssolvlnrr r.n . ""-'IWir
CENTS PER BOX, 7 1 UIt'1! l ltl
'MENRY T. IlELME OLD'S.
mcmr.Y co.vl'k.vti'.atkd compound
FLUID EXTRACT SAItSAPAIHLI, V
Will radically cxttrmlnaio from tlio
Scrofula, syplilll.,, FovorSore,, Ulcers Sore ,
So o l egs, Soro Mouth, Solo Head h- lr
Skin Diseases, salt Rheum, nukers ito ,
from tho tor, Whllo Swel lug,, tu '" ""'
cerousAirecllons.Nodes.Rlckels ni '
lt's, Night Hwc.it,. Ras .. Totier H ,JaM
K ChrSnlc Rheumatism pep T "'
disihathas been MmuiZTtUoT
grea.er than nny oC J
rilln. It gives tlio COMPLEXIOV n Vi '
Blood, reinov.ng "c " ,,1,; r'" ' '
ses nrlsing rron. n imp 0 1 1 ""''' '
And tho only reliabionntiect nM '
Uy for tu. euro of Palnsn 'r'. "
-j mu euro Ol l'nlns mid Swrlll.
Bones. Ulceration, of tho Thruat
Notches. Plmnles on . ........ 11 1
nil scaly Eraril, of thoVkm i' y,, 1,C
tlmcomplexlon. Prlccoer Dot '
HENRY T. HELMEOLD'S
CONCENT II ATEI)
FL UID EXTRA GTE UCI1 V,
THE GREAT DIURETIC,
lias cured overy case of Diabetes lu which li ,
been given, Irritation of tho neck or tho Iliad.,
mid inflammation of tho Kidneys, Ulceration
tho Kidneys nud niiuidnr iii...i .
V'SCai,Cr f 1110 rmstat0 a"""l.Htoue in tiic Tin"!'
-j.., VU.I.U1-,, wruvei, Jirickdtist Deposit, ni
, ,. ,, '. "'uarges.nnd for Eufeeu.
. ,i,,li,i,liujuUUiomor both Sexes nlin
ded with tbo following Bymptoms: ludiM,
tlon to Lxcrtlon, loss ol Power, loss of .Memo, .
B lllculty of Breathing, Weak NerVes
b lug, Horror of Disease, Vr-akeiulness, 1) ,
or Vision, Pain lu Iho llock, Hot Hands, Fiu. '
lug of tho Body, Dryness ol tho Skin, L"nip, ".1
cm tho Face. Pallid Countenance. Unn.r
Lassltudo of tho Muscular System, etc.
Uscdbypeisous irom tno nges of euntee,, ,,
twcnty.llve, nnd from Ihlrty.llvo to Ilny-ni"
n tho decline or chnngo of ufo. after coulliu'
ment or labor pains; bed-wcttlug in chlldr"
Helinbold'd Extract Iluchu Is Diuretic nea
from . yln?'a" H .llsensc, arMn.
from IliibiU of Dissipation, and Ex.ses uud
Imprudences lu Klfe. Iinpurllles of tho Woo
etc., superseding Copabla In allectlous for wuu
It Is used, nnd Syphilitic Airectlons-ln 1,,,.
J"1 ' connection with HELMIlOLf
Iu manyallccllou, peculiar lo ladles, the I
tract Buchti Is uneqiialled by nny other rem. u -in
is Chloroils or Retention, Irregularity Puu
itilness or Suppression of Cnsloniary i.vacn .
tlous, Ulcerated or Schlrrus SL1I0 of the Pier,,,
Lcuxorrhica or Wliltes.Storlllty.and for all com
plaints Incident to tho sex, whether arising from
Indiscretion or Habits of Dissipation. It is prc
scrlbed oxtonslvcly by tho most eminent iiiiys,
lansnudMldwlvesfor Enleebled nud Del,,.,,..
Constitutions, of both soxes and all u-es it.e.
ded wlUi nny ofthonbovodisea!,esorsVtiipt ..u
11. T. HELMUOLD'S EXTRACT JIUCliL"
CURES DISEASES ARISING FROM lMl'i. -
DENCE, HAI1ITS OF DISSIPATION, ET
111 nil their stages, nt llttlo cpenso. little or ...
chnngo In diet, no Inconvenlenco, nnd no
posuio, It causes a frequent desire, and g."
strength to Urinate, thereby removing Obsi.u.
lions, Preventing nud Curing Strictures of me
Urotha, Allaying Pain nnd Inflammation, so
frequent lu this class of diseases, and e.peimiu
nil I'olsouous matter.
Thousands who have been tho victims of in
competent persons, and who have p-ild hen
fees to bo cured lu a short time, havo found tin j
havo been deceived, and Hint the "Poison" hm
by tho use of "powerful astringents," been druo
up In tho system, to break out In n moro agari
vated foim.nnd porhups after Marriage.
Uso HELMROLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU for ii'i
Allectlous nsd Diseases of tho Urinary Organs,
whether existing lu Male or Femnle, from what
ever cause orlgluntlng, and 110 matter of how
long standing. PRICE ONE DOLLAR AND
FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLE.
HENRY T. HEfiTUnOIiD'.S IM
PROVED ROSE WASH
cannot bo surp.med n, n FACE WASH.mid wu
bo found tho only speclllo remedy In every
species of CUTANEOUS AFFECTION. It spee
dily eradicates PIMPLES, SPOTS, SCORllUTI'
DRYNESS, INDURATIONSnr thoCUTANEOl h
MEMI1RANE, etc, dispels REDNESS nnd IN
CIPIENT 1NFLAMATION, HIV11S, HASH
MOTH I'ATCIIICS, DRYNUS3 OF SCALP Oil
SKIN, FROSTBITES, nud nil purposes lor which
SALVES or OINTMENTS nro used; restores the
skin to n state of purity nnd softness, nnd in
sures continued healthy action to tlio tissue o
its vessels, on which depend tbo ngreenblo clear
ness and vivacity of complexion so much sought
and admired. Hut however valuable ni
remedy fsr existing defects of tho skin, II. T-
llelinbnM's Roso Wash has Ion: sustained its
prluclplo claim to unbounded patronage,
possessing qualities which render It a TOlLhT
AFPENDAGr! of the most Superlatlvo anil
Congenial character, combining In nn elegant
formula thoso prnminont requlslts, SAFETY auil
EFFICACY' the Invariable accompaniment 01
Its nso as a Preservative and ltefrcshorof t tie
Complexion, It is nn excellent Lotion for dis
eases of 11 SyphlliiioNnturo,iindns nn Injection
ior diseases of the Urinary Organs, nrlslug limn
habits of dissipation, used In connection wltt)
the EXTRACTS UUCHU,BARSAPAiULLA,aud
CATAWBA GRAPE PILLS.I11 such diseases as
rocommeuJed, canuot be surpassed. FRR'H
ONE DOLLAR PER BOTTLE.
Full and explicit directions accompany luc
Evidence of the most responsible nnd relink
character furnished on application, with hun
dreds of thousands of living wltnessos, and up
ward of 80,000 unsolicited certltlcntea and recoin
moudatory lelters, many of which are from the
highest sources, lncludlug eminent Phyklclaus
Clergymen, Statesmen, etc. The proprietor li
never resorted to their publication iu tbo nows
papers! be docs not do this from tho fact tha
Ills articles tank as Standard I'rennratlnna.niid
do not need to be propped up by certificates.
Ilcury T. IIclinuoIri'N Gciiiiine
Delivered to any nddress. becurefrotu vUti
KktablUhed upwards of twenty venrs. Bold hv
Druggists everywhere. Addross letters for In-
formation, In confidence to HENRY T, HELM-
BOLD, Druggist nnd Chemist
Only DepoUl II, T, HELMUOLD'S Drug nnd
Chemical Werenouso, No. 691 Broadway, New
York, or to H,T, HELMUOLD'S Medical Depol
101 South. Tenth Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
11EWAH.E OF COUNTERFEITERS.