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LOW HEADED FRUIT TREES.
In trimming fruit trees, we should rt1
ways be careful to seeuro the trunk ironi
IIia 'anHS C it... n ....... . . nnn QiImh 1, A fl
iUU 11J Ul IUO OUIMUiCl BUM. UVIMI UUUkj
by boiDg long permitted to come in con
tact witn tno baric, is saw to scam tno
circulating fluids, and thus causo many of
the diseases which affect fruit trees in this
climate. The foliago only should bo ful-1
ly exposed to the influences of heat, for !
that is capable of bearing it unharmed, J
and oven to profit by it, when most in-1
tense. It has been asserted by distin-)
guished terraculturists that trees which I
arc permitted to branch out low say three
or four feet from the ground are rarely
nttactcd by "fire blight," "frozen sap j
Might,' black spots, or other diseases of
tho bark or limbs.
There is also another adrantcge attend
ing this practice. 'The soil is kept lighter,
looacr and more free from weeds, and
there is no necessity of mulching. Tho
high winds pass, also, almost harmless
over the trees, and have not power to
twist, rack and break the branches, or to
detach the fruit, as they do whore tho
branches aspire, and are exposed. A
writer on this subject says :
' The trees will be much longer lived,
more prolific, beautiful and profitable.
They are moro easily rid of destructive'
inseots, the fruit is much less damaged by
falling, and the facilities for gathering it
are greater 5 there is less danger iu climb
ing, and less danger of.brcaking the limbs,
The trees require less pruning, scraping
and washing if tho two latter are thought
necessary, and the roots are protected
from tho scourge of tho plow, which is too
often allowed to tear and mutilate thorn."
Tho proper shapo for fruit trcos is that
of an umbrolla reversed. 'When this shape
is communicated by pruning, the foliago
is moro freely exposed to the action of the
solar rays, and (0 tho air, which ought al
ways to have a free circulation among the
foliage and fruit. - By communicating a
conioal form to any treo, although it- may
be- rather moro graceful and elegant in it's
effects upon a landscape, wo certainly in
jure it in many ways, if looked upon as an
object of profit. Tho fruit of apple treos
which grows on tho interior limbs, where
the surrounding foliage and branches pre
vent the sun's rays from penetrating, and
whore the direct influences of heat are
never felt, is, to certain extent, insipid ;
it docs not maturo thoroughly, and will
not keep so' long or so perfectly as that
which grows on tho outsido -branches ex
posed to the sun and wind.' It also varies
10 much in shape and especially in color,
that we have known two plates of apples
selected from the" same Baldwin treo, one
-of which was pronounced by u skillful
fruit-grower to be tbo Baldwin, nuil
another - variety !-JY.
CATTLE GNAWING BONES.
Inquiries arc constantly made, and ma
ny times nnswerctT, in relation to the causo
and cure of this singular habit of cattle
more particularly tows. Cows keep on
white grass hay in winter, or in white
grass pastures in summer, will nlrriost in
evitably indulged in this practice. The
cause is undoubtedly the loss of carbonate
of limo in the. system, from an absence of
carbon and lime in their food. When
the lands of New England wero new, this
phenomena was unknown. It is the natu
ral result of an exhausted soil. When
cows aro fed upon clover, hay or grass,
or other articles of food which contain all
tho elements which enter largely into tho
secretion and production of milk, tho in
stance will bo rare in which they will mcd
die with chips nnd bones. Tho great
mystery of the causo lies more immediate
ly in the want of a knowledges of tho sci-
nces which reveal nature's process for,
ecbanging earth, uir and water into bread
milk, meat and clothing. A sufficient
quantity of milk for tho manufacture of a
firkin of butter will require all the caustio
limo in a crude state, that is contained in
the butter in an organized condition, and
if not supplied in tho animal's daily food,
will draw on the system for such supply,
which has been organized there for tho
purpose of making bone. Whcro and
what these materials nro, nnd how thoy
can bo so combined as to produce tho
greatest quantity of milk without destroy
ing tho vital organism of the system, aro
questions which iutcrcst cvcr.y person who ,
ownos a cow. Early cut clover, tiuiothv
i , , . . , ....
and red-top arO SWCCt, JUWy and nutritious,
and poaci'ss tho powor to produce milk and
make bono. So a grain of corn, for in
et'anco, possesses in a well organized ar
rangement, tho phosphate of limo and
magnesia ; also tho salt of-iron, lime and
starch, which enter largely into, the com-
position of hones, and most of tho glutin
ous matter to la found in loan moat, ten
don, titsuo, and jelly found iu bones
Cows fod upon thoso vegetable materials
ean havo no hankering for chips and
Tho man who took a bold stand,
riioWod to bring it back i
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NEW JEWELRY STORE.
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Uloomsburir. nnd the public generally, that ho has es
tablished anew More, on Main Street, l.lnuuisburg, in
Mrs. I.cnenck's lliiilding, whcro ho oilers for sale, on
moderate terms, a largo assortment of
CLOCKS, WA TCUES ij- JEWEL R Y,
Of every sort, nnd size' nnd description. His
stock of Jewelrv is complete. Includiui! every
variety of Ladles and Gentlemen's Alcdujlons,
Chaina. Lockets. Ilrenstnlns, Fiusrcr-rlucs. elc.JJi'
tn tho examination of which ho Invites the public gener
!D Ftrict attention glvonto repairing Clocks, Watch
cs, and Jewelry, and all work warranted.
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Dloomsburg, May 4, 1601-lf.
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E. 11. UIDLE.MAN.
HOUSE FOR SALE
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' ' 00. ME AND SETTLE.
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signed are hereby notified to como and setlla their
accounts ilhoul further notice, I am now in earnest.
,c 7i . , J-E- 'anm,
GILL k PAUL,
Gcucr.il Commission Merchants,
' DEALER! IX
risli, Provisions, flour, llulter, Cheese, Oils, Dried
Fruits, Oraln, Heeds, Ileans, Whiskey, Wool,
Country Produce ahd Merchandise
No. 31 Noun Wmmts, I'iulauklfiua.
tS7 Consignment! of Provision!, Flour and Country
rrmiucc solicited, and return promptly made.
nuvanccu wncn ucsircu
ORDERS for all kinds of I'lsh, Provisions, Hour,
Dried Fruits. &c, filled at ila lowest Cash Prices.
August 4, lfGO-lSm.
TINWARE & STOVE SHOP.
rrMlE undersigned respectfully Informs his old frlendl
I and customer, that he has puichascd his brothers
Interest in tho above establishment, and the concern wilt
hereafter be conducted by himself exclusively.
lie has just received and offers for sale, tho targ
xtTOt est nnd most extensive assortment of FANCY
JEanl B T O V 11 H ever introduced Into this market.
His stock consists of a complete assortment of
the best Cooking and parlor stoves In tin) market, togeth
er with Stove Fixtures of every description, Oven nnd
Unx Stoves, Radiators, Cyllndnr r-tnves, Cast Iron Air
Tight stoves, Cannon Stoves, fcc, fee. Stovepipe nnd
Tinware constantly on hand and manufactured tn order,
All kinds of repairing done, .as usual, on short nntlro.
The patronage of old friends and new customirs re
spectfully solicited. A. M. RUPERT.
I Cloomsburg, November 3d ieco.-tf.
WALL PAPER ! WALL PAPER 1
1 U.T received from the manufactories In fiostnn, an
l article of most excellent quality. I challenge compe
tition as to tifle und price. Hie undersigned will keep
borders to match any of the Styles on hand and Is
the only Experienced Papcr HaniiiiR In this Section of
the County-Give my Lxtcuslvo Stock an Examination
Sj Call at Ruperts Post Office.
. 13. J. THORNTON.
Rloomsburg March 2Jd 1661.
TRUNKS I TRUNKS II
rpHE largest, beet handsom
,L est and cheapest assort
ment of Solo Leather solid
Riveted Traveling Trunks.
Milt' Bonnet S; l)reu Trunk
Children's Coaches. Propel
lers Leather and Carpet Dags
Packing Trunks &c. &c, a
THOMAS W MATTBON'S.
Colebrntcd London Prize Medal Improved sheet spring
solii sold Leather Trunk manufactory, Ko. 402 Morke
strcu, South west comer 1 ourtn nnu .tintKct, muiua.
August f Vol tl.
States Mnton Hjoicl
COG & 008 MARKET STREET
I. W. POWER, Proprietor.
Tsrms : SI 25 per day.
May 12, lMO-lSm.
C, . SADItCll &
Commission Merchants and
Fish, Cheese and Provisions, "
No. 103 Arch street, 2nd door above Front, riii'nilel
3. P. II U BUSK,
(Successor to J. S. Sorver.)
WHOLESALE DEALER IX
TOBACCO, SA'UFFAND CIGARS,
No. 8 North nfth St., above Market,
Also, Manufacturer nnd Importer of
FOREIGN & DOMESTIC SEGARS.
May U, 18G0-12m.
OPPOSITE THE RUhROAl. DEPOT
TAM AQUA, PENNSYLVANIA.
Passenger going North and South,
DINE AT THE ABOVE HOTEL.
W T. SMITH. Proprietor. GEO. A. SMITH, Ass't
Pov 10, ISOI.
JOLINE it LEE,
No. 40, NORTH WHARVES,
SHIP ciiTnd LERS,
Spini Cotton for Caulking, Ropes, Twinvs.Tar, Pitch,
Oakum, Mocks, and Oars, &c.
August 4, ISiiO-l'.'in.
STOVE AND TIN-WARE SHOP.
HE undersigned would inform thn citizens of
llloomsburi: and vicinity, that he has lust re
el veil and otTiirs for sale one of lliu most extensive
assortments of COOKING and FANi'Y STOVES
ever introduced into this market, Tho Christopher Co
unions, James uoou nnu uiooe are iiinoug inc nrsl Uass
conking Stoves, all of whiih nro air-tight and gas burner
Ills Parlor -tnves nro handsome and the assortment vn
ricd. AL-'O-Particulnr attention Is paid to Tiu-Warc
and Ilnusu Spouting, upon short notice. All kinds ol
repairing will be done with neatness und despatch.
(C? Country produce taken in exchange for work.
PHILIP S. MOVER.
I! oomsburg, Oct. 3, 13CO,
ill'UVANS, 10,000 t'KSNTKlt,
E C'unli) per Hour! ' ,i
' Tberr..lht,,M,kl brll,flUo tttV1
II riiaid.ipMarmi.uihthu itt
Ij' ,itCV'M TMlTbi,o.rilVTSrllr.lu
H O' t rnj lie.! tlC?i Pricti gr.illj rtduct J
Cor. Library, VP VttT II ST. below Chestnut,
August IT, 1801.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Office In Court Ally, formerly occupied by Charln It,
llloomsburg, Pec. 4, 1S59.
(Late White Swan,)
RACE STREET, ABOVJi THIRD
JOHN DOVER, Proprietor.
T, V, RIIOADS, Sup't.
Nov. 10, 1B01. (Jlarch 2. lgni-12m.)
1MIE undersigned inform the public generally Hint
they have formed a co-partnership, nnd will contln.
ue tho business of Pump making and repairing, in all
their various departments, in Illoomsdurg, where they
will promptly attend to all orders In their line of busi
Hess, whether in town or rnmilrv
tveu iiiiu i.niern rumps, Willi leaden Pipe, mndo ill
the best tj lu of workmanship, on moderate terms, and
on verv short notice.
. ,uiii uicir iuiih experienco iii mo ousiiicss, snd an
' earnest desiro to liavo their work commend itself to tho
pubUc they fetls confldont thev can make it tin object tu
thoso who may givo them their ciistom auil rcnder gene
ral satlfJctioii. JOHN CltUTCIILEV.
, , ... .... . .
Hloomsburg, April 13, 1801, 3m
15 RICK! It RICK!!
rpilL undersigned is prepared tu supply Ilrick, of a I
. kui'u uainy,ni inir-pricc. iiowuiuu luuml ut tho
Hrick Yard of D, L, M'Kinny, near .McKcivy & Neal'i
Furnace. Persons desiring to purchase will do well to
call as brick will be made und ivs( be sold.
J. II. FUR MAN, Aient.
100,000 now on hand and ready for sale,
llloomsburg Feb. 'J, 10U1-3U1. J. II, r.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
REDDING AND .FEATHER WAKE
HOUSE, No.S5 North Eccoiiilfltreet,0iposlto Christ Church,
C7" Constantly on hand, n largo assortment of Heds,
Mattresses, Puillasses, Cushions, Hair, Husk, Cattail,
and all articles In the line at the Lowest Prices.
A. B Particular attention paid to renocatins Xtto an
March 12, liOl-Hiu,
F. 0. HARRISON, M. D..
WOULD respectfully Inform the citizens of lllnouis"
burg, and vicinity, that he continues tho praiticou'
MEDICIXE AXD SUM) EM',
nd solicit! a share uf public patronage.
Orme. on Main street, first house bdw tho Court
February 3, U53-tf.
a H e jejt n i; r k
ir. o. IJOWER,
RESPECTFULLY olfurs his ,ir,,.ln
ul services to the ladies und gtntlemcii of
uiuuiiisuurL' uuu viciiiiiv. lie it tiritimrej
to attend to all Iho vnrantla niirntlnH 1..
tho lino or his profession, ho is provided with tha latest
Improved porcelain teeth, which will bo inserted on
t old, platina, silver and rubber bate: to look at well at
tbe natural teeth,
Mineral plate and block teeth manufactured and all
operations on teeth, carefully and propurly attended to
Hloomsburg, r August 5, IPCl.
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Jko. 1 James, Actuary,
LEVI L. TATE, Agent.
F. C. lUnitlsox, Ezamininj Phijticiau.
October 10, 1857- ly.
HE undersigned Is also extensively engaged in the
i rUiIcrta'lnif Business, nud keeps coiibtuntlv on hand
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successful I'o.nmercinl School In tho country. Upward
of Twelve Huudr.Ml younir men Trnm twenty-elglit dilT
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in tho past three years, some of v houi Imvu been em
ployed as Ugok Keepers nt s,ranes of
52000.00 per Annum,
immediately upon graduating, who know notliin of ac
counts when they entered tho Collese.
E7,.MiuUters sons half price. Studententer nt any
tlme.nnd review when they plense.without extra charge.
1 or Catalogue of 80 pages. Specimens of Prof. Cowley's
iTusincssand Ornamental Penmanship, and u large En
graving of the Cnllogu, inclose twenty-flvo cents In Post
ago htamps to thu Principals.
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March 10, l-ijO-p.'in.
Arch Street, Above Third,
v in hy. i. w i a
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approbation, und would respectfully solicit, general pat
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teliruary 23, IFCO-13-ii, Proprietor
UK PENNSYLVANIA IIOTJ5L,
DAXFILLE, MQXTOUH COUMT, PA.
I'.nterUlnincnt fur Man and lleast, in good ttylt
Hi,,, ut tnuuciaiu !!llB
rrMlfl vttiiniirii, . rmij 11,. 1. 1 ..,.,,i,v 1 ..i- .1
ol b 't 'ade. diul jy hal.1,OTrefu 'Z
Bhoiit I lie (hy.
ThfKc IiiiJuirii-if? Kinder
sickness can nt en.ee r I -o themselves from the thou
sand maladies that fl n is heir to if they will mil)
follow the counsels of nature, aim take thu motlleine
which best nssistt lur In her operations. That medi
cine: Is tho Vegetable Life Medicinal of Dr. JlorrxT,
Moffat's Life Pills
PtiaJNIX BITTEN S.
Th"so Medicines havo now been beforo the public for
a period of 30 years, end during that tim have main,
h nii n blili character In almost every part of tho
globo for the extraordinary, curatlvo properties which
Moilat's Life Pills.
MniTat's Life Pills nro Indebted for their name to their
manifest and sinslblo action In purifying the springs
nud channels of life, mid enduing tliam with renewed
tone and vigor j nnd to the undoubted fact that at n Very
etrlypartln their history, they hod rescued millVrcrs
rmiii iho verv vcriro of an untliiiely urnvo, perfortly sc
curing to thorn tliat uniform enjoyment or health, with-
out which llTu. Ilacir is but n pnrtial biesslng. So grent
Indeed had thelrellliacy Invariably proved, that it was
scarcely less than miraculous to thoso who wero uiioc-
nualnted with tho beautiful philosophical principles
upon which they were compounded, mid upon which
they consequently net.
moffa ts rnamix
MofT.it's 1'hoenlj Hitters nro so called, because thoy
possess the power of restoring the expiring embers of
health ton glowing vigor throughout the constitution,
as the Phoenix is said to bo restored to Ufa from lliu
ashes of its own dissolution.
Mercurial Diseases. Thero is probably no ono nrtlclo
given as a medicine, the Injucinus use uf which has
caused such wide-spread and terrible ininhlcl to tho
human system in mercury. Its poison sinks deep Into
the system, penetrating tho substance of the bones, nud
producing n long train of painful disensos. It is well
Known that many nllestlons of the throat, of tho bones,
of tho nose, nnd malignant sores, which limo eecn at
tributed to syphilis, aro so often caused hy tha injudi
cious uso of mercury, so that tho remedy has proved
worse than tho disease.
LIFE PILLS ANI) PIKENIX HITTERS.
I Tho Llfu Pills nnd Phoenix Hitters have always been
signally successful in this class of diseases, and will
oradicuto nil the cllects uf mercury from the system,
sooner than the most powerful preparations of sursu.
parilla. They nld nature in casting from tho system nil
poisonous matter, and by thus purifying the vilul fluids,
they rcstoro thu syrtem to health.
Bilious Complaints. A well regulated and propor
tionate quantity of bilo upon thu stomach is always re
quisite fur the promotion of sound health it atiuiiilales
digestion, and keeps the intestinal canal free from nil
obstructions. On tho Interior surface of thu liver is a
I peculiar bladder ill which the bilo is first preserved.
Dcing lurmuii uy mo u.er iruiu mu union, ineiice ii
passes into tile stnmncu ami inicsiiucs, nun regulates
tho digestion. Thus wu seo when there Is a delicicncy
of bile, the body is constantly costive. On thu other
hand, nil over aunndatice of bile causes freuuent luiusi-s
on the stomach, and often promotes very severu attacks
of diseases, which sometimes end in death.
Tlio Life Medklues should, If possible, bo taken in
thu cnrlv stases of bilious complaints : mid if nerae-
vorcd iu ttriclly nccoriliug todircrtinns will positively
eiiv-ci a cure, inuir uxicnsivu uso iu mis complaint Hi
all parts uf our continent, renders to, mucin iiunecessa
rv tin ir virtues sneak for them.
Moir.it'8 Life Pills. The Use of these Pills fur a very
shnrt time, will ulTect nil entire curnol Salt ltheiiui, and
a striking Improvement in the clearness of tho tkiu.
Common Cuius and Influenza will ulv uy bo cured by
ono tlosu, or by two oven in tho woFst coses.
Piles I 1'H.tsl 1 Thu original propri itor of these Med
icines was cured or Piles of aj years standing, by the
uso of the Life .Medicine alone.
Luer CoMei.tar. An ntftclion of fin Liver may bo
known bya f.cliug of tens, or pain in tlio right sidu
about thu region of the liver, often pn igeut as In pleu
risy, but sumetlmes dull ; si dilhculty 1 1 drawing u long
breath ; dry cough and inclination t'i vomit. This di
sense may be produced by cold, by , Inlent oxcrriso, by
intense summer heats, by long ccitinui.-d bilious fever
or ague, and by various solid .'oncrctiuiis ill the sub
stance of the liver. And to tl cse producing causes, are
derange m-!itiif Hie digestive organs, suppressed lecre.
tions, und mental solicitudi, which are very frequent
causes of obstructions und discuses of the liver.
This disuusu shihild bur.rri'nted lu tin: commencement
which can ba done bya fjw doses cf the 1.1 fo Pills.
When onco the live is aroused to tlio performauco of
its proper function, little more is rcipilito than to con.
linuo a I'MpiSf use of the medioinus, and a speedy ro
envory w ill .-iisik.
FtVEii ami Ai.uu For this scourge of tho Western
cnuntry. these medicines will bi fnund n safe, speedy
nn I certain remedy. Other medicines leave the system
subject to a return of the disease a cure by Hicku Med
iciu s is permanent.
Snion'M.- Tlio must horrible cases of Scrofula, iu
which the f.uv, bones mid linib of thu victim had been
preyud upon by the insatiable disease, are proved, by
imdeiiinblo authority of the siill'crers th -nisi'lves. tu
havo b.-en completely cured by Iheso purely vegetable
modifies, utter all uthurs had been found more than '
Indigostioii mill Dyspepsia. If wo wero called upon
to specify one disease whiih more than tiny other is tho ,
bane, (while it i- the olfspriug of i i vili.ation) we should
name (i)spepsia. It is generally allemled, or rather
priiductlve, of a long train of ills, such us llcaituurn, I
Flatulency, a gnawing pain at the ctomnc.li w hen ompt)
n sense of iinri)iufort.iblu weight wh' u full, pnias in the
iiiru.u, hiue anu pu in i nc siumucii, cosiiveness, chilli
ness, languor, unwillingness to takucereiij,&c
JUOFFATS LIFE '.MEDK'IXES.
MulTnt's Life .Meiliiiues are iH.-cnli.irlv ndanled tniloi
curu of this distressing cuu.pl.iliit Thcy.ai.1 upon the
bowels in n very mild, an I, at tli?Vaiii time, wry elfee
tual manner, and have never yet failed to curu this dis
vns.1 w hen used ueeordiug to our oirectinns.
Geiiernl Debility, The most cuiumoii of nil coin
plaint is that of u general weakness of the whole syh-ti-iii.
iiuaccompaiiied by any pi,rtieul ir ili-orde'r. or lie
filiate symptoms of disease. 'I'll r., is a llttlu titalru
crsy, a loss of appetlto, unwiliiiigiiis. aim indeed ina
bility tn undergo cq.-rtiou., fre.iuut luadii'iies, iiiili
gestiou, ult utinies sallowiius'u and uiyii...s nf tho s!,in,
tenileiicy to fuverislini si, iiiilltm ss for krckly, in short
.in musu s,-iiiiiom-. ui languor, in 'itic tunc, nnu wouk
ness Hint glvo t-vldenrn uf u lailuru in tlrj vital pnw.
crs, and a luw, unhealthy ami morbid condition of the
Llfo Tills mtl riiotiiix fi. tiers.
Thn Llfu Pills and Phoenix Hitters nro. tmri,a ,i.,.
best remedy for restoiiug strength tu tliu built for.thev
act a a gentle rartaailic, and, by their tonic qualities
strengthen the whole system
Mortal's Life Pills. Persons of a ptethorie hnbil.who
nro subject to liu, headache, giddiness, dimness of
tight, or drowsiness, from too groat n flow of blnod to
teo head, should take tlieie Pills frequently.
ADVICE TO FEMALES rcinnlea who ti,,,. n,..i
health should never be without the Lifu Medicines . i
they purify thu blond, romovc ob.tiucliiius.nnd cito II o
skin a beautiful, clear, healthy and blooming appear-
To Elderly Persons. Many healthy aged individuals I
who know tho value of Mount's Lliu Medicines, make
it u rule to tako thorn two or three times a week, by
which they remove tho causes tliut produce disease,
preserve their health, and keep oil' thu infirmities of
I jets tor iiiotners ami Mirses. It is a fact, estab
lished by the mutual bliss of mortulitv. tlmt on. .!,- .
me ruiimeii uotnu are cut on utiuru iiltainiug seven
j,.,,, bji .uu , ,,i,u ,i,u iiiiiiui source
Know n Jiave dono ,o much good tu mankind its tliese,
within thn lat few yours ; ami certainly nono have
buen rewiinli-il with more nimirnms anil uuilwntic tea-
iinii'iiiiiiii in uieir iiivariame ami extensiva efficacy.
They require no illctini! nor confinement, are perfectly
milil ami nleasaiit in their oiirrutlnn. i,t ..in
fully ret tare hualth-lliat Kreatett of earthly Miittinzs
ln tlio mn,l n,l.ii,,.i,l ...1 ., I. ..
....... b..,UUD,v u,. uiiuiilUtUCU CUIIfallinilllllt.
Dr. WM. U. MOFl'AT,
. , r a , , 3M "roailway, New York.
And for Hale hy arl Drugging. aplS Ul ly.
' T II J'1 G It I1 V T
INDIAN IIERBAL TEA !
DIt, ENGLISH S
This Celebrated Female Medicine pcmsussci
ti.ikiiowu of a..ytl,l,.e el.e oftha kii.u'. .....I priviinj Tlf.
cctiiai niter all others have fiiileilj it is prepared from
an "Unliiui Ilorh" peculiar to NnrlhcriiMujiiionndTejc- '
n, anil it lined by the Native iu producing lliu hoviii
ly kicknbhs. It in ilctigneil fur both uiaarieil and Hiifle
ladles, mid is tho very best thing known furlhu purpose 1
us it will remove nil obbtruilluns niter other reiutiliet
havo been trieil iu niu, It is u pleasant ten, contain. I
ing nothing injurious to health, and 11 euro to l,u relied
Upon iu nil casus,
rrolansus Uteri, or fallinu of lhn Wonih rimieu i. '
hut. or Wlilles; fhrnnic fitlainatiuii, or Ulceration of
thu Womb j Incidental llemoraeu ol Tlnodlnir , and dls.
caso of tho Bpine.
tinned against the uso of this leu, at it will produce
ntEPiatD Ann sold by .
uji-i.anies intiiu cany ttaso or pregnancy aro ciiu.
DU. 0. W. ENOL.18II, Nn. aiO hOUTII SUCONU BT,
ct 31.00 per package, (with full directions lor uso)
,ii inirf tnnrttii,,,.
lounil to c.Mfit III that foul nuto of t ie btniuarli ami . . - ' . ;'r " "" iin. miora inu
bowels wlilcli iiroaiiee.1 tlio Keiieralioii of ' rm" Zll , ?Z f "m b,T C!""""1 An.t,:" tn
3 1 " tlilt ' r I'il I an (1 I t er,,.- V ,l,v.- ... ! OKOKO'S W- HI.MMOW & IIIIO.. JrKe!lcrs.
Dr. C can be consulted in all ob.tinatu I'eiuulo Com. I tronngu which It hat commander! diirinir 'the tinst V i
planus, in person or by letter, and w ill furni.h the (Hit- lart is 11 gratifying proof that their elfcrtt havo been
tn-pcriha I'einala Syringe- highly recommended by tha apiireciated. ' "a,u ul"'
1'oculty to inarri,:d ladies foi tm-elal purposes. To meet tho exigencies of the timet, when all ure ro.
AlMiltud cal Cure and iiihur Trusses Improved llo. 'IJilred to pracllco the most rigid economy, the unJcr
Llusttc. and l.neu Hlofklnes Hnhil An, . o.ntn. r,...i II.... Tl-.l r .7 -
W.iak and Curved Hplno and InslVuinenis'for all do-
. ,. '" ''reui.ioil,
3168outli Becend Btrcct. below liork.
C" t Hvs no otNTt.
Nov. in, mai-wiii.
Nos. 0, 11, 13 and 15 Oourtlanil street,
IiOAIW, 51 rjO PER DAY.
TI10H . D . WINOHCtTEK .
and tor ran speedy ccp.e op
Ilervons Prostration, Qonoral Debility, Attluaa,
Dyspopiia, Cfcrofula, Marasmus, ParalyiU,
Chronlo Bronchitis, Anemia, Chlorosb,
aad all Disorders of tho Blood Eyrterj.
DO YOU KNOW IT?
CONSUMPTION IB THE ilOST TATAL ECOUROr. OF
UANKIND. It hat been truly regarded at xk tsar",
mi uaupt few ever turvivlngltt atlai-k. " Oil liM
fifths iMoIs hum rare." fyi Dr. Cuntrmtx, " and
M0RK1I1AN ONE DAI V OF AU. THE ADULT TON.'
L ATI ON ofmostclvlliced comsnunltlei ITJlKn HY THIS
DIFKASE." WLnl a tad conuacular; co llo boasted
efflcacy of tho Hsnllng Art I ...
Tbe brilliant Discovery of Dr. Churchill, made to the
Imperial Academy of Hodlclno, of Paris, has proved an
M itsiM bum to the world. By tho uso of this now
ndjiciulrcriiritopcnf,kaown to Clicmlstry tut
"Tho CiltE of CONSUMPTION, vcn la tho
Second nnd Third Btjie" (ot a period, threfor.
when there con be no diKibt as to tbe naturo of
tho IHscnae) 1 tho ItLLH, nbllo DEATH IF) THE
ESCEl'TIOX. I KXOV,"says Dr; C,
"that thoy wilt proro rot only ns BL'lin A ItEJI.
EDV In CONSUMPTION as Quinine Is In Inter,
mlttont Fever, but tilso ns ctTccluol a l'lttMU.
VATXVE as Vnctlnntlo In Bmutl I'ox."
Let no sufferer, Who vthu-6 health and IV'3,dUyaa
liour to try thlt remedy. Jlemcmbcr that " prJlloa
Is better than curs." Dcwaroof elf-dceptlon,Of tbo
cootAg assurance of friends that " It t'i only a KtU
cold " Fatal error to myriad! who now fill premature
Craves I 0'lvc, I entreat you, prompt atlvntloa to tho
. ErVBUEST SI,K3 CF CQK3UKPTIQK.
'And Tnoirj EKINS biuu. rnuow tokm." M.i!i.
'Theetrfioteymptoraof tubtrcubr dlsctuo iswunia.
It. precedes tlit cnh,txsi it Is earllor,ln point of tlrns,
than too niicnc. 11 is first manifested ia tba Jctec nikl
aanli. Tho muscular tlmuts wasto ; hf.neo Bcaurr :
vir.li, i-owras are naoaixa. Tha caste of tho living
machlno Is inora active tbau Usrepttir."lr. l'cXlo,!:.
" lf,u'J(Aoiilmi!flf'rtriil cau, or under tho InOuer.so
of cai.tca vrlileb laduuj vsxKtiim and riujvmj.i ; such
as uanttffri'f, orcnwrV, jivvnaiirt, chiltl-ltaring,
nurii'rV;, ro; vl giowth, or imo i tcorny run di'taut,
'a porsou oegios to loso nis.uesu, strcugui, coior, or
appilltoj If hs aulfjrs from shortness of Ircath, or
tltcpUsineis, and cxperlontet a general feeling cf Imt-ouoi-and
iffjOTJiinn.llIia'.E 13 KtAKO.V 10 1L.K Hut
he is already pr,-dipotod to the romplalnl. If to theso
Bymptoms bo a Ided coiwh, however slight, particularly
If It his como on slowly, or durlag tho fair mason,
THE PKOUABIUrY 13 GKEATER b'tlLU" CfturcAiU.
EFFECT OF THE REMEDY.
"If, on the eavllcst nppcaranco of these signs of
C'oiisum'pUon, tho patient lakes dally about ten
grains or tho H7rOPnOSPniTX3. ho will usuallr
see them all disappear lu a period varylnc frogi a
few weeks to a row months i und by continuing tba
occasional use of tbo Itemsdy, JIU WILL BPED
ILY FIND lIIM32Lr Ilf THE XKJOYMCNT OJ"
BUCU HEALTH AS ItE, MKITATS, MAD XllVEIt
cnoiy.n is ins life linronE.''
"Winchester's Genuino Preparation"
IS' THE O.NLY Itr.LIAllLK
rorm of Dr. Churchill'd I'.etnedy. VAde from tho
original Formula. 'iho action t f Iho Hypcrborphllca
Is mo-roio nud tpecICo : inmxwOij; Iho prinolploiruicii
coxHirrTKS M:nrota roars, aud they aro iho now
i'owKiirci.Btooi) rii!ratn.N jic.thkowk. Tbo cff.ct
upon tho tubercular co-idition U IHlirjlIATIl,Aii. nm
CE-xrau. ETiir-rora ouirrt.unvn Trim a nmnnv tmitg
REtixT jiir.viiLiirj. Tliey nliWctho cough, Ciminish
expectoration, 'iivicr tbo nppelllo, enut diarrbrcaj
tho nijhl sweats, chills, and jfsrir cctf o ; tbo bowtlu
Uwwie regular, and iu niar cim asp paorou.tp.
A FAIR TRIAL IS A CERTAIN CURE I
ttS- DEVTAKEof Bogus ;.'emJiMi.dvcrllsed aa Pt.
Cliurehlll's, and all other E1V1.NIU.1XO DEVICD) torch
tunorcra ot tUtir tnm., to'epreeimis time, rni hastcu a
r.tTAL niai'LT. Wi lie to mo for ClIiCL'LAUS, nnd for
Dr. Churchill'8 Trcatiso oa Oonsumptlon,
which contain the onv attthtnlic l'nonaafi'on lu regard
V) this NEW TREATMENT, i-ont 1 ku lo all Icqulrero.
I'ltlCE: In 7 and ICoz. Ik,tt'.cs, SI and $3 each.
Throo large, or six rmsll for SC. Zfy fso-simtls Is
oa both tbo Label and OuUido Wrapper,
NO OTHER 10 OISHUimi.
S.TS' Tto not confound thlt P.cmody with tbo so-ealM
" Chsmlml Food ;" and particularly avoid all prepara
tions containing iron, which is pAKorcoi s,Br,d led IiW
M, whlchhat NocpB-tntErRomrrv Miuiitm.
t-'old hy tbe most respectable Druggists Ihrcuihont
Ununited Ftatcs and Uritish Provinces, nod Wholcsclo
04 Itctall a t tbo Ctiucral Depot In tho Vnltod Pute3,by
3, 'WINCHESTEB, 36 John Stmt, H. T.
March II. 1601.
EVANS & WATSON
in the United States.
Fire Safes In one fr). All came out right; uith con
tents in ffood condition. I
Tho Salamander Safes of Philadelphia against tho
EVANS & WATSON,
hiivo had the surest ilemostration in the following err
lillcate Hint their manufacture of rialamniider Fafes has
""cale injiineir maiiuiaeture n Halamniidcr i-afes has
'L'1 ,cnKtlirull- warrante.1 the reprehentations which have
" , 1 '"'"-""E an undoubted security
against the terrific ilcim-nt.
Philadelphia April 12. 1?50.
Messrs. F.rnns A Unison: Oentli-mcn-It aiTordi us
the highest satisfaction to mute tu you, that owing to
tho very protective qualities of two of the Salamander,
Safes which we purchased of you some rive month since
wo saved a large, portion of Jewelry, and nil cjur books,
&c., exposed to the ralaininout, fire in llunstead place on
tho morning of tha 11th inst..
When we reflect that tln-sn safes wero located in the
fourth sfory nfthi building wu occupied and Hint they
Ey-They have since pnrcliail tix lart'e Safe.
Aiiettut -n. liJ.t'l
HOW LOST, HOW KEsjTOItEI).
Just Published, in a Seal Envelope:
A I.ccturo on thu nature, treatment, nnd radical curu nf
6"ierinatiirih(ca, or Seminal Weakness, Seitinl Debility,
NervoiiMietH and involuntary emim-inm,, projiicing iui
potency, (Joniiuniption and .Mental it Physical Debility.
Ily I1011T. J. CULVCKWELL, M. D
7'lm important fact lli.it tlio awful coiucnuenceB of
self ahum inny ho ellectually remuvej without internal
medicine? or thu uiuicerntm aniilieuilnii. ,,r ,.i,,.n.. i...
! mriuneiilii, medicalcil lioii-ict, ami uiher eiupirical du
vIhcii. In hero clearlv iliii,,,,,.i.nt,,il I .1... -...!-. ,..
I new anil hinlily niccemful treiitinent, an adoptod by Hie
celebrated nuihor fully explained, hy meant of which
1 every ono M enabled tu cure liiintelf perfectly, an. I at
i. 1, iiirtiuv u, iii iiini: an me uilver
' h1",!nN,'r.V.lf.i'!f.r.-...Il,.1.'i lMU' i"vo
-,,llt llllllnp -Bill 1,1 nl.li. I
1 .. " ' '. i""1:1 ' "viii,u, 111 any niliirenu,
id J '" ,UHn' i? "." ,t.V'WS'u,!S.!!,!!.V. "V'i
0 ..-..........(... very, re. v.
Ant-list in, lfill.
f April gQ.'lPllI gin
ST. 30LAS HOTEL
noAiti) reuucku ro e-2 per iiav.
iB,'Jc.u !h?"l'il,' of tlti-t va.t and comtnodloui Hotel,
In IPSl. it has been thu ulneln eiwl,.:,,.,,. nr 11... .1...
, l"'" " ,lle, l".'!t !";"Wt'iis, convenient nnd
cp ufortublo homo for tho citizen and stranger on this
''! .uo Atlantic.
.uiu wimiiiver uas icemen iiKely tn nilniinliter to tho
comfort ufitseueslsihivli:iv,i Ti-...,.-.i ...,.1. '.. '
I Card tO Cllst. tlllirm lile. nn.l In ..11 '.1.. ' ' l.l
' 'f individual und social enjoyment which moiloni art
-'I"to pattern mc met OJ JJoard to
two iioiia.'s per Day,
8ep,.U,,86lJAmV1:LL' WHITCOMIl ec CO.
TTOWAltD ASSOCIATION PHIL
A Uunvolent Inilitiitlun eitabllihed by tptclal endow.
"''.'"'Jl" h 'e?f''fhe Kick and Dl.trciiedVoailcted
wil i Virulent and Epidemic Dlieatet, and ipeelaHy
for Ihe Cure of Diseases of the Heiutl Orgu.it f It
ALUAUI h HLI'OUIU on Uperuiatorrhcea. and oth.
dll Afl-?i-n c-.t-r-t, ,i
. I0vr'" :" Chistnut Street,
I it, Wi'.Wni) i"I,;';-&V, a,"" c third Philadelphia, hav on
, fSv.!i!ij.lll andnhirgi- assortment of I'Ih
tr;fK-n Thief proof Salamitndcr fvill-s.
i M liai!-i-'5? Iso, iron dours, for hanks nud
I r7!V-'JllLVrliZ. "I0"'. Iron shutters Iron sash, all
1 Afe)1li.:Bt?c5? makes of locks equal tu any made
i.7t.. Yi. . "' lu "r "'uiefa in tealid
,...v, v. .,,., co oicuargo, -fwo or three 6tamos
LINilOUCIIT".. Act ng Bursenn, Uowtrd AismV.
t en. No, 3 Goulh Ninth fii,..i $litiZr:r.A''m
Scroftila, or King's Evil,
i a constitutional iliscoKc, a currtiption of the
btootl, hy which this Uuitl becomes vitiatrxl,
weak, and poor. llriiiR In tho cirettlation, it
pcn-aila the whole hotly, and may burst out
in disease on any part ot'.lt. No organ is fteo
from its nttackt, nor ii thcro one which It may
not destroy. Tho scrofulous taint is variously
caused hy mercurial disease, low living, dis
ordered or unhealthy food, impure air, filth
and filthy habits, thu depressing vices, and,' -above
all, ly tho venereal infections "What
ever bo its origin, it is hereditary in tho con
etitution, descending from parents to children
unto the third and fourth generation " indeed,
it seems to bo tho rod of Him who sayi, " 1
will visit tho Iniquities of the fathers upon
Its oficcts commenco by deposition from tb
blood of corrupt or ulcerous matter, which, In
tho lungs, liver, and intornal organs, is termed
tubercles; in the glands, swellings; and on'
tho surface, eruptions or sores. This foul cor
ruption, which genders in the blood, depresses
the energies of life, so that scrofulous constitu
tions not only suiter from scrofulous com
plaints, but thoy have far less power to with
stand the attacks of other diseases ; conse
quently, vast numbers perish by disorders
which, although not scrofulous in their nature,
aro still rendered fatal by this taint intho"
system. Host of tho consumption which de--eimatcs
tho human family has its origin directly
in this scrofulous contamination ; and many
destructive diseases of the liver, kidneys, brain,
and, indeed, of all the organs, ariso from or
are aggravated by the samo cause.
One quarter of all our people arc scrofulous ;
their persons aro invaded by this lurking in
fection, and their health is undermined by It.
To cleanse it from the system wo mustrenovato
tho blood by an altcrativa medicine, and in
vigorate it by healthy food and exorcise.
Such a medictno wo supply in
Compound Extract of Sarsaparilln,
thn most effectual remetlv which tho medical'
skill of our times can devise for this every'
whcro prevailing and fatal malady. It is cprrr-'
blncd from tho must active reraedials that have
been discovered for the expurgation of this foul
disorder from the blood, und the rescue of tho
system fiom its destructive consequences.
Hence it should bo employed for tho euro of
not only scrofula, but also those other affeo
tions which arise from it, such as Encrirni
and Smx Diseases, St. Anthoxt's
Kosb, or Kkysipulab, Pimplbs, Pubtulds,
Blotciim, IIlai.vs and Boils, Tumors, Tztter
and Salt IIiievm, Scald Head, Rinciworm,
Rheumatism, SrrhiuTioand MEECuniAL Dis
lasi'.s, Dnorsv, Dyspepsia, Deuilitt, and,
indeed, all Complaints Aiusisra rrtox Vitia
ted on Iuruitr. Blood. The popular belief,
in " impurity of the blood is founded in truth,
for scrofula is a degeneration of the blood. The
particular purpose and virtuo of this Sarsapa
rilla is to purify and rcgoncrato this vital fluid,
without which sound health is impbssibla in
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
FO.n ALL THE PURPOSES OF A FAMILY PHY6I0,
arc to composed that Jisciso within the rang of
their action can rarely withstand or evade taera
Their penetrating propcitics search, and cleanse,
and invigorate every portion of the humon organ
ism, correcting its diseased action, and restoring
its healthy titalitics, As a consequence of tluso
nronerties. the invalid who is bowed down with
pain or physical ucuiiity is astoni&nca to una tut
kealth or encrev rcstorQcl bv n rcmctiv at onea so
. v . . f.-i -
simple nnu inviting.
Not only do they euro tho every-day complaints
of every body, but nlso triany formidable snd
dangerous distaste. Tlio agent below named U
pleased to furnish gratis my American Almanac,
containing certificates of their cures and direction
for their use in the following complaints: 6'ojfiw
tins, Hem fount, Headache arising from disordered
Stomach, A'aiuia, Indigestion, tUvn in and iiorbid
Inact.on of the Boiccis, Ftatut&ry, Loss of Aript'
tile, Jaundice, and other kindred complaints,
arising from a low state of the body or obstruction
of its functions.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
ron the uapii) cunn or
Coughs, Colds, Influenza, Hoarseness,
Croup, Ui'oricliitis, Incipient Consump
tion, nnd for the relief of Cousamptlvo
Patients in advanced stnges of the
Go wido is tbe Scld of its usefulness tnd to nu
merous aro the cases of iu cures, that almeit
every section of country abounds in persons put
holy known, who have been rettorcd from altrmlng
anil even desperate diseases of ths lungt by IU
uso. When onco tried, its superiority ever tvery
other medicine of its kind is too apparent to eseap
observation, anil whcro its virtues nro known, urn
public no longer hesitate what antidote to employ
tor the distressing and dangerous afFeetiont of tM
pulmonary organs that are incident to our climate.
While many inferior remedies thrust upon .th
eommunitv havo failed and been ditcardVd, this
has yaincd friends by every trial, conferred bracfll
on the aillictcd thay ean never forget, snd pro-i
duccd cures too numerous and too rcmarkaU to
be forgotten. 1
BIS. J. C. AYEES &, CO.
E. 1'. Law. 1. U. Mover. 0, .11. Ilaecnbueh, Rlontrirtiare
A. Miller, llerw ick, ami hv onv atorc in evry town la
mi. LA GKOIX S
rnivATi: .mcuioal tueatioe on tub
Physiological View of illarriago.
'.5(1 I'ARHS AND 130 ENGnAVINCS.-I'ricn only
rwLNTV-rtVE ciNrs. Sent free of postage tn all parts of
the Union, On the infirmities of youth au-i tuatuiity,
durloiiiig the secret follies of built texes of all sees,
causing debility, nervousness, depression nf spirits,
palpitilion nfllie heart, suicidal imaginings, lnvolun
tary uiuissiiiu, blashiiigs defective, memory, uidigee
lion nnd lasfltucle. irilA confessluns of thrilling inttrot
of a Boarding behool Jlltss, a College Student, end
i'oung Married Lady, c, .-e. It is a truthful adviser tn
the married and those contemplating marriage, whoen.
tortnin fecret doubts of their physical condition, and
who nrn conscious of having hazarded the health hap.
piuess.niid privilegei to wliich every human bting It
EiYOUNCJ .MKN who nre troubled with weakness, gen.
crally caused by n bad habit iu youth, the stfeett of
which are dizziness, pains, furgetfuliiess, sometimes a
a ringing in tho ears, weak eyes, weakness of the bacX
and lower extremities, confusion of ideas, loss of mem
ory Willi inelnucholy.mny be cured by tho author't NKV
1'AltIS AND LONDON TICIlATMr.NT.
We have, recently devoted much of our time IB
VltJITIril! THU LillOl'IUN IIOdl'ITAI.S, nvalliiir
oik f elves of the kunnledgo nnd rcsearchet of the most
skilluil l'hysijians audtiurgi'oiis iu Ilurope and the Con
Uncut. Hiosc who placo themselves under our care
will now havo the full benefit of lliu many NEW ANI)
Ul'nc'ACIOUHllEMi:DIK!i wliitliwo are tnaliled to
introduce into our practice, and the puhlicinay rest si
tiircd nf the same.zeal, atsidulty, rtbCHUCV und atten
tion being paid tu llieircases, which has n successful,
ty distinguished us heretofore; as a.l'lijiician in our
l'EOULlAlt department of provisional I'ractlce.sr the
past tirentyfice years
r'Hrnciii'sMALii I'ii.i s. Ladles who wish for.Uedicinrt
the ellicacy of which lias been tested iu thousands of
cuses, nnd never failed to elicit speedy curct without
any bad results, will use none but Dr. DeLaney's Female
I'eriodical Tills. The only Precaution necessary to ob
serve is, ladies should nut take them If they have rca
smitu believe thoy lire in certain situations (Iht partic
ulars of which will he found on thu wrapper acrompa
it) ing each buz,) though ulivnys safe and healthy, to
gently yet inactive are they.
Trice SI por box, They i an bo mailed lo suy part of
thu United Mlates or Cauuda,
TO Till! I.ADIIId-Whonocds csnfidenHol medlsat
adviser Willi regard to any of thoso interesting coin,
plaints to which Iheir dcllcuti organization renders
them liable, nro particularly invited to consult lit.
TiiKxllLecTRo-ntLvsaio TKOTiMivs."-I'or married
ladies whoso h.aitli will not admit, or who have node,
sire to increase their families, may be obtained at above
It It a perfectly safe preventive to conception, and bat
been extensively used during tin lutt 21) yean. I'tico
reducetd to git).
The Secrels of Ynulli Unveiled.
Jl Treatise en the Cause of Premature- I'eciy A if
fwn warning. Just published a book shovivg thsinsiiiovs
progress and prevalence among schools, Uoth male and
female of this fatol habit, pointing out the fatality thol
invariably attends its claims, and developing thivMs
progress of the disease, from Ihs commencement lethsend.
It will Is sent hy Mall en rteeiptcf two III cru! Stamps.
ID- Atteiiilnnctidaily,finin8lnth morning till st
night, and on Hiiudayt from a till 5 P M,
Medicines with full directions tent tu sny ptrt ef lbs
Un ted States or Canadai, by patlgnU communicating
their symptoms by letter, liuiiuess corrtipondenc
ID" Dr. L'i 1 OrtUo It strlflocttnl at stUlihed,qntr
the name of Dlt, la CROIX, at No. 31 Msidsn Ltne, Al
bany, N, V. "
Nov. 83 lC31.-18in. ,
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