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WORK FOR TUB FARM. BARN AVI)
At thin season, work acoumula.cs fas-
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ler inai ll Cltn DO dOllC, as a general
rnlo. A week of rain puts ovcry thine
rin'oV r.n.1 (Lor, ... . .1 Jn ., V.
" . '"""I u" "" I latal ul.ca.c Consumption r
mil mil nnali fnrw-iril vncrpsnlinn on tint Those wno should bu watnod by these symptom, gen.
SOU anil pUSll lorwaru VCgCSatlon BO tnat rrally think Ituhtly or thorn until it in tci Into. From
urtrtnv n ftrmnr naU nnrvnita inr1 liulf !V I thin fact, perhaps more thnn any other, flri.es tho sad
many a iarmor gei nervous ana nsit siOK,(provM(.11(.0'nnil'falam, of dlica,e whC iWCep,to
wnrrsjinrr OTfir iinsvn r ah n Ha hva. Anv
j a - j j
mm ntin hm Inn nrlliTsn rVima nnrl no.
man wno nas two or tnreo teams, ana as
many as four or five hands to keep cm
ploy oil, may noil sparo himself much
pbysieal labor whilo bo plans for tlio con
stant and diligent employment of his men
and toatnB. If ovory laborer knows ex-
SOtly What IS expected Of Dim, that an ac -
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Count Ol D.13 time IS Kept, and ttiat bis
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Wasted hours and minutes COtint to hlS 013-
credit, if not to the decrease, of his wages,
ho will be very likely to" bo a bottcs and
more faithful servant. Tho amout of labor
accomplished under a systematic plan
(according to which tho work not only of
sach day but each man and team is laid
out in gcnoral a week ahoad, w know to
be tho casa on somo farms,) it is much
greater than when tho farmer plans hi
day's work during tho evoning before, or
perhaps defers it until after aunriso in tho
Barn yards ought to bo so drained that
all the waBh may be saved, not by lead
ing ii out upon some piece of grass, but so
that tho liquid may bo used for wetting the
vegetable of the garden, or for distribu
tion by means of somo sort of watering
cask, over grass, grain or root craps in
the field. Strong fences, clean sheds, and
tidy tool houses ought to surround tho
barn-yard, and every preparation should
bo made for making and saving manure in
tho very best condition for uso.
The quantity as well as quality of wat
er given a horso will greatly affect his
condition. Perhaps no animal is more
distressed by thirst than tho horse, a fact
not generally known or if known, not fully
appreciated. Horses should bo watered
regularly, when not at work, provided in
tho latter ease, that caro is taken not (o
let him have it when overhoatcd by work.
Irregularity in tho supply of water is of
ten followed by a refusal to partako of
solid food, and moro frequently by colie
and founder, in consequenco of his drink
ing inordinately when an opportunity off
ers. For horses, when they arc not at
work, it is perfectly safe to keep a supply
of puro water always within their reach ;
but, as beforo remarked," there is some
danger in this plan when they are worked
or driven,and aro likely to bo ovcrhoated
There is a very certain way of deter
mining when a horso has been neglected.
If tho master, on entering the stable and
lifting tho water bucket, finds the animal
placing himself in an a'ttitupe of expecta
tion, and eagerly gazing upon tho vessel,
it ia point blank evidenco that his usual
supply of water has been withheld
"Whenever it ii possible, let the horse have
water from a running stream.
CULTURE OF TOMATOES.
Tho following, which we copy from the
Gulturist, will possess an interest to agri
culturist and gardeners who peruse our
"There is a diversity of opinion In Jro
gard to tee culturo of tomatoes. Some
prefer to allow tho vines to cover the
ground at will, others prefer trellises or
frames. Tho French method ia as fol
lows s As soon as a cluster of flowers is
visible, thoy top tbo stem down to the dus
ter, so that tho flowers terminate the stem.
Tho effect is, that the sap is immediately
impelled into the two buds next below the
duster, of flowers each. When theso are
visible, the branch to which ttiey belong
is also topped down to their level,and this
is dono fivo times successively. By this
means the plants becorao stout, dwarf
bushes, not above eighteen inches high.
In addition to this, all the lalterals that
have no flowers, and, after tho fity topp
rng,all the latterals whatsoever aro nipped
off, In this way the ripo sap is directed
into the fruit which acquires a beauty, siza
and excellence unattainable by any other
FEARFUL ENCOUNTER WITH A
Mr. Jobn Warner, a maH sixty-four
years of ago ; living in tho town of Sere
na, Ohio, lait week, had a narrow esoapo
from being gored to death by a young
biUl- Going into his t wyard, tho bull
mado & rush at him and threw him down
with his horni two or thrco times, whon
Mr. W. managed to grasp hira by ono or
tiin fnro loirs nnrl liv i dnmAs.ii, i!
- xp.u,u cioriiQu A
tnrew mm down, llo then taught him
by tbo noso and by main strength lield him
fla on tho faco. Ho then drew a jaok
knife from his pooketbut dared not release
bis hold upon tho bull wbilo he opened if
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a young isay living in tlio family having
heard him call, cmo just then and ooenod
,i. i, ',, J.r. 1 , uu wpuuu
tne K0II0, and With this, although It was
SUitO dull. Mr V out ll, nnimnl'c ihmit
unu uu)i,iur, y. cm me animal s tnroat.
t was a narrow escape, and but few men
would have bad the nervo nnd good man-
tgemeni to get Out of a bad scrape SO ea I
Bily. ' i
is llic Vilal Principle of tlio rino Tree
Obtained by n vcenllar process In the distillation of
the tar. by which us highest inciliclnnl properties nto
ll li the modlclno that cute, when nil others havo
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A (ireat Remedy for Consnmpllon.
I I nm constantly receiving such certificates as the
lfTvcn?onlft'cou0hiMiiv0 vo sore Throat i itnv
1 J" M "f tlio premonitory symptoms of that most
"i? grave at icasione-aixin 01 ucaun victims,
What nro Its symptoms I
It usually begins with a short, dry cough, which soon
betome, i,iunnu but for soma time nothing i raised
except a frothy mucus. Tlio hrcnthlng la somewhat
difficult, and upon slight exercise much hurried. A
sense of tightness and oppression as tlio chest Is often
I felt. As IIiq disease advances tho naticnt becomes
tlit ii In flesh Is iflllcled with loss of appetite great
langnr, Indolence, and dejection of spirits; and may
continue In tills state forn considerable length of time,
thai it is very readily affected by slight exposure or
laiigou. ii incse occur, inocougn Heroines more iron.
t.lnlilA nA tm Ctnniln.l tullh ...In.ill.N wl.l.h 1.
1 most copious and free very early In the moriiiiig. It
1 1 sometimes streaked with blood. At this stogo night.
I sweats usually set In, and in sonin cases a profuse
bleeding of tho lungs may also occur. 1'aln In some
Innrtoftho chest l felt, and often a difficulty of Ivlnr
upon one or me ouier sine, wimoui swvere mi 01
I coughing or n senco of fullness or suirouitlon, Is ex
perienced. Tho pulse becomes full, hard, anil frequent
the hectic flush tinges tho cheeks, and the dira malady
is insi Hastening to us close.
You now nsk. "Is there a cure I"
Consumption has been nnd can be cured by the uso of
my TAtiuonotAt., even in npparantly nopelcss cases.
This nsscrtion I make with the ability to present the
most complete evidence ofthe truth. Space will not
admit of my giving the contents of the many thousands
of testimonials to Its value, which I havo been and am
receiving from men and women of unquestionable
worth and reputation, I havo had a number of these
certificates printed in circular form which I wilt send
you freo on application Whether you now determine
to try the medicine or not, send for the circular. After
years of study and experiment, I olfer this medicine,
believing it to be the best remedy for nil pulmonary
and bronchial diseases. If von cannot be benefitted by
tlio use of the Tar Cordial, I believe you nro beyond all
earthy aid. Yet If there nro belter curate ogents, I
earnestly advise their use. Tho best remedies, tho
best care, are needed by (hose nfllirlcd with this dis
ease, lieleving this to be tliu best, 1 nsk you to try it.
Mnny, not only ofthe people, but physicians of every
school and practice, are daily asking me, "What is the
principle or cause of your success in tlio treatment of
Pulmonary Consumption t" My answer Is this :
The invigorntinn of the digestive organs thestrcng.
thenlng of the debilitated system the purification mid
enrichment of theblooi), mil ft expel from the system
the corruption which scroful.i breeds. Whilu this la
utUctud by the powerful alterative (changing frfliifdis
case to health) properties of tho Tar Cordial, Its heal,
lug and renovating principle is also ncting upon tho
irrlnled surfaces of the lungs and throiit. penetrating
to each desensed part, rolieving, subduing infliiinnlinu
and restoring a heulthfut tendency. Let this two-fold
power, the healing and tho strengthening, continue to
net in conjunction with Nature's constant recuperative
tendency, and the patient is saved, if he has not too
long delayed a retort to the iiu'ims of cure.
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from Harrisburg to Emporium, (1115 miles) on tho East
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Western Division, '
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Express Train " " 10 37 P, M,
Mall " " West 5 ii
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llaltiuioro and Lock Haven. New and elegant Sleep.
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(On the Square, 'Ihrco Doors from Steele's Hotel,)
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JL furnished In the- most costly style, Reception,,
t'rivatennd Operating Kerns nro large, convenient and.
wen nuapicu, me nurgicat apartment contains inn
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thus his faculties will cnalito him to meet any and all
emergencies In practice lie will operate upon all the
various forms of IIMNDNESS, Cataract, Orcluou of
tho 1'upil. Cross Eyes, Closure of tho 'fear llucti, In
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of tho Cornea, and Scrofulous diseases of the Ey to
gcther with all the diseases to which tin Eye is sub
ject. DEAFNESS. Will tieat nil the diseases common to
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Catarrh, dlfllculty of hearlng.tolnl Denfness even whero
the Drum Is destroyed. Will Insert an nitlficlal one
answering nearly all the purposes ofthe natural.
DISEASES OF Till! VllItOAT. All dlseoses com.
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QENKItAI. SLtnoEllY.-lle will operate upon Club
feet, Hair Up, Cleft I'allate.Tuinnrs, Cancers, Enlar
ged Tcncils, o. Plastic operations by hcalihg new
llesli into deformed parts, nnd General Surgery of
whatever character it may present.
IIEItNIA (or UUITUIU:.)- He wilt perforin "I.ablus
operation for Hit rvdlcal (complete) euro of Hernia,
Ibis Is unquestionably n perfect cure, nnd Is done wlltl
little or no pain. Out ofmaiiy hundred operated upnuln
lloslon theru has been nn fallures.it having met the
perfect approbation of all who havo submitted toll
AI1TIFICAL EYES. Will Insert artificial Eyes giv
ing them tho motion and expression of l)ie nutural.
They aro Inserted with the lent! pain. rp
HEMORRHOIDS, (Piles,) This troublesome disease
is readily cured. Those suffering from it will dowel)
Dr. Up DeOrnfTvislts Wllkes-Itarre wlthnvlewof
building up a permanent Institute for the treatment of
the Eye, Earaud (iencral Surgery. Tho experienco of
more than n quarter of a century In Hospital and goner.
nl practice, ho hopes, will ben sufficient guarantee to
iiiosc nnu may ne (imposed to employ mm,
May II, liOI.-tf.
IRON IN THE BLOOD.
It Is well known to tho medical profession that IRON
is tho Vital l'rinriplo or Life Element of the blood.
This Is derived chiefly from the food we eat i but if llic
fuodis nut IironcrlV digested, nrlffrnnisnvrniii uhnt.
ever, the neressary quantity of iron Is not taken into
me circuiaiion, or Decmncs rcuuccil, tho whole system
suuu'iv. inu ian -1101111 win irritato uio Heart, will
clog up the lungs, will obstruct tho liver and will send
its disease-producing elements to all parts of tho sya
tern, and every ono Hill sullcr in whatever organ may
be predl-poscd to dlsunse.
Tho great value of
IKON AS A BIEHIflXE
Is well known and acknowledged by nil medical men
Uio difficulty lias been to obtain such a preparallnn o
It ns will enter the circulation and assimftati-atnnco
with thu lllood. This point, saya Dr. Hayes, .Massach
usetts State Chemist, has been attained in the Peruvi
an Syrup; by combination in a wny before unknown,
THE I'EUIVIAIV SVIiUr
Is a Protected solution or the Protoxide of Iron a New
Discovery in .Medicine Hint Strikei at ilm Il.mi nr nl.
flje by supplying tho blood with Its Vital Principle or
n uiuiuilt IIUII
THE PERCVlin SYRUP
Cures Dyspepsia, Elver Complaint, Oropsy Fever and
Ague, Loss of Ener)gy, Low Spirits.
THE PERUVIAN SYRUP
Infuses strength, vigor and new life Into the system.and
builds irpnii "Iron Constitution.
THE PERUVIAN SYRUP
Cures Chronic Diarrlirra, Scrofula, Roils, Scurvy, Loss
or Constitutional Vigor,
THE PER U VI AN SYRUP
Cures Nervous Affections, Female Complaint, nnd all
me niuueys anil iiiaililcr.
THE PER Ul'IAN SVRUP
Is a specific for oil diseases originating in n bad state
of.hu blood, or accompanied by Debility ur a Low State
of tho System.
Pamphlets containing certificates of cures and recom
mendations from some of the most eminent Physicians
Clergymen, and others, nill bf sent Free to any address
, o select n few ofthe names to show the character
of tho testimonals.
JOllNE. WILLIAMS, ESCl.,
tresidont ofthe Metropolitan Hank, New York.
Rev. AUCI, BTKVENS.
Late Editor Christnln Advocate and Journal.
Rev, P CHURCH,
Editor New York Chronicle
Rev John rierDont.
Lewis Johnson. M tv
Rev Warren llurton,
Ucv Arthur II Fuller,
Itev (I union Rubbina,
HOsivell Kinney, jj D
S K Kendall M I).
W R ChWioliH, M D.
Francis Dana, M I).
Jeremiah Stone, M, D
Joee Antu. Sanchei M D.
Abraham Wendell M D.
A A Ilajea, M I).
J It. Chilton, M D.
ucv. y. Starr K
Rev l.nhrniin TVute. Jr..
Rev Joseph II Clinch,
Rev. Henry Uphaui,
Rev P-O Head ev.
Rev John W Olmesti'nd,
ii, t;. Kinney, M I).
ireonrcii nv n . i.a ik a- i?r. ,.i,lo,....i..
J. P.DINS.MORE, No 491 Broadway New York.
So.'d by all Drugglsu,
No aniilySliould be Wlthoulit, Only 23 cents a box.
, , . . OIK S,LE III
J. P DINSMORE.No4'Jl Ilrmdway, New York.
S W FOWLE & CO No. W Treiiijdnt St llostou
And by all Druggists ami Country Slrockecpcrs,
May 14. 18d4-I2m. '
Dr WIS ii ART
Of tills City, has undoubtedly discovered In his ram.
binn.ion for tho treatment or Dyspepsia one ofthe
greutest remedies that has ever been given to siifT
ering humanity: Hollas treated within the past two
years something over ninu thousand cases In his pri
vato practice, many of which had defied tho skill of
eminent physicians in Europe asd America, and in
every casa where tho medicines were taken according
to directions, they have made a perfect cure. Many of
trio above cases were of ovur twcnly years standing.
l lioso who are troubled with Dyspepsia would do
well to call at the Doctor's offirc. lie gives you ad
vice free. Pcrions at n distance can consult by letter
describing the symptoms. Dr. Wishnrt's treatment put
up in a secure package, with full. directions, is sent by
express nn the rerelnt nf Ait riAlln.a '
.,. , !" "J ." w here tho disease has not become
chronic, Dr. Wisharfs Dyspepsia Pills nro all that i
'(.quired, bent by mail on tho receipt of One Dollar
Address Dr. L. U. C. Wishart, Plilladelphin. 'Asa
Mpkia Ledger, Dec. 19, IbU3-Ciii.
j.i - .etxr. .
fAJ pi w ' I nnn Un,n r r.
Cj v JLJ ii U t k5 1 U li H.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
THE undersigned would inform their friends and the
public gencrully.that they Have taken the stand for
merly occupied by Geo. M. Ilagenbuch, iu the Exchange
Iluilding, on Main slrcct, in Rloomsburg, where he has
Just receiveu a full supply of
JUrugs, Medicines, Faints, oils,
i Lamps, &c,
Which will bo sold on moderate terms for ready pay.
Also, NOTIONS generally, of every variety, sort and
Physicians' prescriptions carefully compounded, at
all times and on short notice,
Confectiuneiy of the best selections, and Soihi
Water in season.
, C7" A share of tho public custom is respectfully so
Iclted. EYER tc MOYER.
Oloomsburg, April 11, 1863,
GnovESTEEN & Co., 409 Broadway, N.Y.
NEW. ENLARGED SCALE PIANO FORTES, with
all latest Improvements.
Thirty years eipericiiee with greatly increased fac
lilies fur manufacturing, enable us to sell fur CASH at
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ceived tho highest nward at tho World's 1'ulr. and for
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March S, Ibo4.-3ui,
STATUS VKIOX HttTEIj.
tOO and C08 Market Street, Philadelphia,
CHARLES M. ALLMOND, Manager,
THIS Hotel is located in the very ccntrn of business
and is near the respectacli, places of amusement
which mnke it particularly deslrablo to persons visiting
Philadelphia on business or pleasure J and the Manager
hopes by close personal uttenlinn to tho warns of hl
Ins guests to mako it a comfortable homu for much as
may favor his house with their patronage.
May 7, 18G4,-l!im.
u new assortment of good
Wallpaper including Bordering- $ Ceiling
Paper, and a general vnriety of material in his line,
which will bo found on the SECOND FLOOR immedi
ately over tho store of .Mr. L T Sliarplessntranre one
door cast of Luu's Drug store, in the Rupert Hlock,
where-all persons wi.hirg goods in his lino will be
attended to in person at all times
StT Paper Hanging executed to order
and best style, atslwrt notice.
E. J. THORNTON.
Hloomsburg, April 0, 1804 3m , -
rpilE undersigned, having taken tho Espy Hotel,
X lately kept by Mr. E Howell, would respectfully
of all w ho may favor him with their cuitoni.
uiuiiii ins iricuus auuiiie nuunc in general, tnal no
.,.-. juo. u, i.auiiiAonv,
Kpy, April!. 1E64. .
BLANK SI BLANKS! 1
Of svery description, for sale at this offieo
Bravo Soldiers nud Sailors
AH who havo friends nnd Rclntires In the Army or
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El'eil with these Pills and Ointment; nnd whera flic
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them by their Friends. They have been proved to be
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COCCUS AND COLDS AFFECTING TROOPS,
VViirbn speedly relieved and efTcrlually cured by
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SICK HEADACHES AND WANT OF AP ETITE,
INCIDENPAL TO SOLDIERS.
Thnso feeling which so sadden us usually ariefrom
trouble or annnynnces. obstructed peisplratlon, or cat
ingund drinking whatever la unwholesome, thus dis
turbing the healthful action ofthe liver nnd stomach
These organs must be relieved, If you desire to be well
The Pills, taken according to the printed insrtuctlons,
will quickly produce n healthy action In both liver and
stomach, nnd, as n natural consequence, a clear head
and good appetite.
WEAKNESS OR DERII.ITY INDUCED I1Y OVER
Will soon disappear by the useof these Invaluable
Pills, nnd tha Soldier wilt quickly acquire additional
strength, Never let the Rowels be either confined or
unduly nrled upon. It may seem strange, that Hot
lowny's Pills should bo recommended for Dysentery
nnd Flux, many persons supposing that they would
Increase the relaxation. This is n great mistakefor
these Pills will correct the liver and stumnch, nnd thus
remove all thu acrid humors from thu system. This
medicine will givo tona and vigor to the whole organic
system, however deranged, while health and strength
follow ns a matter of course, Nothing will stop the re
laxation of tho Uowois so sure as this famous medi
cine. VOLUNTEERS, ATTENTION I INDISCRETIONS OF
Sores nnd Ulcers, tllolchcs and Swellings, ran with
certainty bo radically cured, if the Pills arc taken night
nnd morning, nnd Ointment bo freely used ns stated in
the printed instruction. If treated In any other man
ner, they dry ic ia enc part Inbreak out in another
Whereas till-Ointment will remove tin; humors from
the sy.tem, nud leavo the Patient a vigorous and healthy
maii. It will require a little perseverance In had ca
ses to Insure a lastini; cure,
FOR WOUNDS EITHER OCCASIONED IIY THE
II A YON ET. SAHRi:. OR THE MULLET, SOSES
To which every Soldier and Snllor are liable, there
aro no iiiedlues so safe, sure, and convenient, ns Hoi
loway's Pills and Ointment. 'I he wounded and almost
dying sufferer might have his wounds dressed imme
diately. If ho would only provide hinief with this
matchless Uintuicnt, which should bo thrust into the
wound nnd smeared nil round it, then covered with n
plcco of linen from his knapsark and 'compressed with
a handkerchief. Talking, night and morning, Our 8
Pills, to cool the system nnd Prevent Inflamation.
Every Soldier's Knapsack and Seaman's Chest should
be provided with these valuable Remedies.
CAUTION! Nouo aro genuine unless tho nnrds
"llollowuys. New York and Loudon " nru ilisci'riinble
as a Watermark in every leaf of tho book of ilireitions
around each pot or box ; the same may plainly seen by
holding the leaf to the light. A handsome reward will
be given to any one rendering such information lis may
lead to the detection of nn party or parties counter
feiting the medicines or vending the same, knowing
them to be spurious.
Soldat manufactory 01 Professor llolloway, 80
Mladeu Lane, New York, nnd by nil respectable Drug
istsniid Dealers in Medicine, throughout the civilzcd
E7 Hollowny's Pills and Ointmenf are now retailed
owing to the high price" of Drugs, tc, nt 3D cents, "0
cents, and 31.11) ner llov or Pot.
,B3"'I here Is considerable saving by taken the larger
N. II. Directions for tho guidance of patients In every
disorder are affixed to each box.
IE?" Dealers in my well known medicines can have
Show Cards. Circulars. Afe.. sent free f etneim. hw
addressing THOMAS IIOLLOWAYi
BO aIaidkn Lane, Nkw-York.
Dec. 12, 1603. ly. (Juno '.'0, lt-'tK).
Cheap Grocery Store.
HATS, CAPS AND SHOiiS,
'I'llE undersigned having untight out Hip firocery o
1 David Slrniiii, lias removed his Hut and Cap Store
up to Stroup's old stand, where In addition to a supe
rior assortment of
FALL AND WINTER
Hats and Caps, 1I11P
Dried Fruit, Duller,
Coal Oil, Drugs,
Parlor and Hand Lamps,
Books. "Writing Paper & Ink.
Hardware ami Ceilartvare,
Picket A'uives, Combs,
rj-c, j-c, tj-c ,
Together with a variety of articles generally kept in a
Also-A fine lot of KIDS, MOUOrEOSnnd Lininos to
whicli he invites the nt entiou of Slineniir,.ra ,i..
,,, , ... .co JO,,N K UIKTON,
nioomsburg, Dec. 5, 1EC3
THE undersigned Informs the citizens of nioom.
and neighborhood, that he has takr n tho largo room
at the Exchange Illnck, extending over Harney Stohner
llakery, nnd tho Bookstore where ho has nut in
alnrgcSkylitlt. It is only hy Skylight that good pic
tures call belt ten especially groups where each person
can bo takenj 1st as well as separate.
Ho has eon to considerable expense to mnko his cs
tnblishmeut first class one, and ho Hir f'orc solicits a
liberal patro ige toenable him, to cuiislumly introduce
the mode l improvements of tho nrt.
VJ Conn ,-y produce taken in Exchange for pictures
liioomiuurg, Nov. S3 1601. Nov. 0
WESTER HO 8
Nos. 9, 11, 13, 15, 17 Courtlandt Street,
NEAR BROADWAY. NEW YORK CITY.
This old-established and favorite resort of tho Busi
ness Community has been recently refuted, and is com
plete ill everything that enn minuter to the comforts of
its patron.. Ladies and families aro specially and care
fully prot ided for.
It is centrally located in tho bu-iuees part ofthe city,
and is contiguous to the nriiicioal lines r.r ui,-:iiIi,i;ii
cars, oinnibusscs ferries, &c.
In consequenco ofthe pressure caused by the Rebel
lion, prices have been reduced to
One Dollar a d 1'ijt.y C cnts jier Bay.
The table is amply supplied with all iho lumrlo. r
the season, andisei.al to that of any other hotel in the
Ample accommodations nru offered for upward of 41)0
u- no noi uencvo runners, liockineii, and others w ho
may say "tlio Western Hotel is full."
T..OS. . WINc.'Ei'E0"1'' V"f'in'
Feb, 13, ISO!.
E! P Ml wm & wmi 7
THEProprictorofthis well-known nnd centrally Iocs
ted House, tho Eu-hano.: HorLi.. sinint,, m, tviui
Slreet, ill Bloomshurg iiiiinediately opnosito the Coluni
bia County Court House, respectfully informs his friends
nnd tho public in general, that his (louse is now in or
der for the reception anil entertainment of travelers who
may feel disposed lofavorit with their custom, lie has
spared no expense in prepaiing thu ExriiANiiK, for the
entertainment of his guests, neither .hull there be any.
Ihilie Walllilllt (Oil Ills Ilnrtl In minister In their nrnnnnl
comfort, His house is spacious and enjoys an excellent
E7" Oinnibusen run at all times between tho Exchange
llntul .till (liu .... n-:i ti irt- l ,. .
elers will bo pleasantly conveyed to and from the re
jiecuve muuuiis in nue iimu to meet tne cars.
, WJI. U. KOONS.
Bloomshurg, July 7, IffiO.
THE GREAT WORLO'S r'AIR EXHIBITION HELD
IN LONIION 1KSI.
THOS. W. MATTSON
Was awarded thr "'lie Med
al fur his superiority over all
competitions in tha United
Slutes for his Improvements
He being tho inventor and
Manufacturer of Elastic stael
Spring solid Solo Leather and solid Riveted Iron Frame
Travelling Trunk.,-Vali.es, Ladles Hat Uases, Carpet
Rags, Leather Hag., Umbrellas nnd Hobby Horses,
XJle ,,t exic.u ire Trunk and Carpet Bag M.nufacliir.
nt in riiliaucipiiia.
402 MARKET S1HEET, one door nbeve Fourth,
, . South side, PHILADELPHIA.
ErTrunk. neaily repaired or exchanged for -new
T. Ww-S'o we ,c" n ttKtf (ota,i-
i . - . .wac
74 ..V rum
TIIBundetslgmMMsMso extensively cngagen In the
rr. j..,..t .. n.fn.f. ami keens constantly on hand
nd for sale nt Ills Wnrerooms, a large assortment of
FINISHED fffCj" OOFFINS,
ny which he Is enabled to All orders 3n presentation
Also Keeps n good Horso nnd llcarso, and will nt nl
tlme.be rendy to attend Fmcrcl.. r auv&
llloomitiurg, January 29. 1850
"VTEW ANDSEOOND HANDSAFES,
1 1 For sale cl eap. at New York Safe Depot, 71 Wil
liam Street, New York.
II7.H AND PRICES OF L1LI.IES FIRE PROOF
OUTS ID F.:
iiriour. winm. titrTii.
No. !I '--! !M
No. 3 30 54 9.4
Nn. 4 3-J 2d 84
No, 5 34 31 24
No. 0 40 31 !i
MiinnT. niDTii, dii-tii.
No. I 17 H 12
No. 9 101 I -I I I'J
No. 3 21- IS 12
No. 4 22 Id El
No 5 21 21 14
No. 0 31 21 15
No. 1 $30 Oil
No. 2 bO Oil
No. 3 70 OH
No. 4 MM
No. 5 nm on
No IIS IK)
November 1 1, ldfi.1.
ELL'S SPECIFIC PILLS
RAnTEn is Lt. Cicvs-Can bo relied on !
fail to cure! Do nut nauseate I Are spceclv in action!
No change of illit required I Do not interfere with
hiisinurs pursuits I Can bo used without detection!
Upwards of 2uu i ores tlio past month soma of them
very severe coses. Over one hundred phyilciaus havo
used them in their practice, and all speak well of th-ir
efficacy, nud npproo of their composition, which Is
entirely venerable, mid harmless on thu system. Hun
dreds of certificates can be shown
Hell's Specific Pills are therriginnl and only genuine
Specific Pill. They are adapted for male and female,
old or young, nnd the only rcliah'.c remedy for effecting
a permanent and speedy cure In all cases of Sperma
torrhea, or Seminal Weakness with all its train of
evilsTsucli ns Urethral and Vaginal Discharges, (Meet,
the Whites. Nightly or Involuntary Euiis-ioiis. Incon
tlnuance. Genital Debility and Irritability, Impotence,
Weakness or Loss of Power, Ncrvious Debility, &c,
nil of which arii-es principally fromr-'exual Excesses ur
Self-'ibiise, or some constitutional derangement, and
Incapacitates tlio -ulTcrer from fulfilling the dutie, of
married life' In nil sexual diseases, as (innnrrhea,
(Heel, and Strictures, and in Diseases of the llladder
and Kidneys, they act as a charm 1 Relief is experi
enced by Inking a single box.
Soul by nil thu principal druggists. Price SI.
They will be dent by mail, securely sealed, and con
fidentially, on receipt of the money, by
J. HRYAN, M. D.
No. 70 Cedar St., New York.
Consulting Physician for the treatment of Seminal,
Urinary, Sexual, and Nervous Diseases, who will
send, free to all, thu follow log valuable work, in seal
Tun FtniLTii TuoisKii-Dn. RELI.'S TREATISE
on Self-Abuse, Premature Decay, Impotence, nud loss
of power. Sexual Dikeases. Seminal Weakness, .Nightly
Emissions. Genital Debility, liic a pamphlet of 01
pages, containing important advice to the ntlticted. and
which should be read by every sulf-rer. as the means
of cure in the severest stages is plainly set furlh. Two
stamps required to pay postage.
December 12, Itrb.l-ly,
LEATHER I LEATHER!!
THE undersigned would announce, that he tins nn hand
nthisllatandCau Emporium, on Main St., Illooins
burg, niinssurtuicntof different kind of leather, such ns
fine calf skins, morocco, (red nudhlncKjnnd IIiiIiiim nil
cf .yhicli he will sell cheaper than can he had elsewhere
In this market. Call nndexeniiiie tliem for vouri-elves.
Bl.omsburg.May 24, 1864.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Office in Court Ally, formerly occupied by Charlas R
Rloomsburg, Dec. 4. IHJ'J.
0. PAIL. A, B. TIIOMFSON.
PAUL & THOMPSON,
WHOLESALE kSlW& DEALERS IN
No. 43 North ll'iarves,
(C- R U T T E R. liTEE S E. HAMS, tc c. Tj
Nov. 14 Iri'tf-lSmo.
Dr. Horlacher's Pamphlet.
IS SLAVERY CONDEMNED RY THE
It contains a vast amount of useful information
i iitu iu ileitis per copy,
March 5, lS04.-liii.
JOHN C. YEAGER,'
MANUFACTURER ir. WHOLESALE HEALER IN
STRAW GOODS, RONNETS AND
No. 257 North Third Street, Phila'd.
Nov i. 1803
THE subscriber has Just returned from tho Cities
witli another large and select assnrunet of
SPRING AND SUMMEIl GOODS.
purchased at Philadelphia, nt the lowest figure, and
which they arc determined to sell on as moderate terms
as ran bo procured elscwheru in Hloomsburg. His
L4U Dith.ss aoons,
of choin-st styles and latest fnthlnn.
dry noons, jijvd attocEitiEs,
CfillAlt n'JWK, HOLLOW H'jtltK
tlWX, AV1.S, HOOTS S1I0KS
1MTS CAPS, &e tj-c.,- tj-s..
Ill short everything usually kept In country Stores
to w tilth he invite thu nubile generally.
The llighe.iprico paid for country produce.
S. II. MILLER.
Bloomshurg, May S8, 1801.
npHE peoplo of the county of Columbia
A are respectfully, Informed that the undersigned
has foi sale, at the
IN BLOOMSBURC. THE REST AND CHEAPEST
To bo found anywhere in tho County, coutistiiiao
Note. Lcltcr. Legal nnd Cap Paper, reus, Holders,
. ... ... ul. UKTVIUJIU. ,
NEW AND SECOND-HAND BOOK'S
BlMFjL ology and the classics.
t; la toques
of Tlohn'a l.nnilnii n,,i.llntI.-
which .elections can be made, and Bonks furnished to
order; by special arrangement with New York Agents.
BOOKS, DOCUMENTS, PAMPHLETS
L sndSpeeche. j nnd copies of tho United States, and
WBtate tonftiiutlon., ia varioui styles, always on baud,
JOIIN O. FREEZE.
LltcllER, of New Berlin, Unio,, County. Pa . contal,,. When e relied hut these safe, were located , the 52?..';.?"
Kf .15 H 'Z'.'ZI r8"' B"8h' D'. J ' K . v' r '"122'' - W 5c. A trial wiiiconvlncJ.hVJno;,.'.! ua
rTHIIB INSTITUTION Is iunder tho r
1 nnd direction Of Prof. D. W. I.oi
ill, an long I'rln-
elmil of tho
nixntUMTOX COMMMCIAL COUKOK
Tho course of Instruction embraces all tho requisites
of nthorougli practical business ciiucnuon,
been lately Extended by the Introduction of nn Actual
Ihislncss Course, In which tho Student engages In the I
reiular routine nl business tinnsncllons, exemplified
I and Inmillarlied by menus ol rt itore( im which in
1 "( of buying nnd .oiling goods I- ""led ,
I on by cneh Student,) nnd lluslnoss Offices, vis I Hunk;
of Issue and Deposit, Kall-Uoadlng and Bteniii-lloiitliig .
Post Olnro. i eiesrnpu, &,... i.,
Tho Proprietor has .pared notlmoor expense In ma
king this Course the most thorough anil complete or
any ever presented to tho public, nnd feels fully s-1
surcd that nftcr having been himself engaged In actual ,
business, nnd having had many years' experience at
teaching tlio ecliice oi ncroums, unit
n full mid clncclcnt corps of tctichers. ho will be en
bled to make thorough and successful graduates or all
who mar place themselves under his charge.
In this essential brnncli of n buslnss education no
r,..,, ..r... i.A,i. r.j-illiles in Itio learner, lite
Spcneerlan system will ho taught In all Its varieties by A pu(c tni notvorhtl Tonic, corrective and nltcm
Hie most skillful masters of tho art. Sperlniens of f 0f wonilctful cfllcacy In disease of tlie
writing iron! in is iiistuuiiuu nuvu ivwn v., ..... ...B..vD.
cnromiiiniB from tho press. .
For general Information, terms, lit., ndrlrcss for Col
lego Monthly, which will be mailed free; ror speci
mens of Penmanship, enclose two three cent stamps.
Address D.W. LOWELL, Principal.
Lowell's Commercial College, lllnphainton, N.Y.
P. S.-One -of Hitter & Duncan's No. 1 highly finished
fine, perfect point, quill spring Oold Pens, with holder
and enso, warranted for ono year ond to sii t. will bo
sent, free of charge to any one who will remit 8-M) to
the above address.
OclobcJ 3. 1303-ly.
FAMILY DYE COLORS.
Sxurr Ilium ri,
For Dying Silk, Woolen and Mixed Hoods, Shawls,
Scarfs, Dresses, Ribbons. Cloves, Runnels
lints, Feathers, Kid Gloves, Children's
Clothing and all kinds of
BtaT A SAVING OF 80 I'ER ( EST.
otherw isc cost five times that sum. Various shades
ran be produced from the s.imu Dye. The process is
simple, nun a
Fur further information in Dyeing, nnd giving n per
fect know le.'gu what colors are best adapted to dye
over others, (w ith many valuable recipi s.) piirihnsc
lluwe U Stephens' Treaties on l)elng and Coloring.
Sent by mail on receipt of piico, 10 cents.
.Manufactured by HOWE & STEVENS.-
SMI Pnomw-AV lloslon,
07l'or sale by Druggists and Dealers generally,
ccember 12, ltiG3 Innos.
For Rats, JUicc, Utoaclics, Ants
ISimI Atugs, SIollis in Fin's,
Woolei.x, t&c, tVc ,fliiect on
riants, FoM'ls, Aniinnls, fce.
Put up in SSe. 0c. nnd $1.00 Unres, tlnttles & Flasks;
J3 nud 3Ssi7.us fur Hotels, Public Institutions, kc.
"Only iiifnllllilH remedies known."
"Free from Poisons,"
"Not dangerous to the Human Family,"
"Rats come out of their holes to die."
E7 Sold Wholesale lu all large cities.
K7 Sold by all Druggists A: llclailars evrrvwhere.
07" llll Rkwahf. ini'ul all worihless imitations
K7 Sec that "Cost An's" name is nn each llox, Hot-
tic, nnd Flask, before you buv,
T7" Address HENRY R COSTAR.
Uy Principal Hipot 48-2 llnotnwAV, N. Y.
Z7 Sold by nil Wholesale and Retail Druggists In
February 0, 1661, -Cm.
and a large nssortinent of Fire
u i prooi salamander Safes,
irun doors, for linnk. mnl
ntnn, l,m, -1 ...... ...
J, iu,,i.-,n nun Siipu, ml
sVjj makes of locks enualto any made
in the United States.
Fire Safu in one fin, Jill came oti right; uith cor
tents in pood eondilton.
The Salamander Safes: of Philadelphia against th,
have had the surest demostratlnn in the following eel
tificate that their manufacture of Salamander Safes 'ha, '
at length fully warranted the representations which have i
been made iiflhein as rendering ai undoubted security i
;;V2Sr---, EVANS & WATSON-
tM'iMffltffiTm P;'AM.NI)EK SAFES, RH
kte'mimilir&H$. Street. Philadelphia, have m,
aBa., .emuc e.eineiit. Who can say that they aro not f euuently folio..
hi.i..;.;..,r.r3..u-:T..."':"vi"T.".u,,u?M" ."" .. -inhanitv
on n.i....i..i.Hii n,nV it, viiu. uim owitii-iiii v.ni....n........r, r. ...! .
- I . ...... .... - . . ---n.i - ........ .,l ,,, i,- .., inn I.IHDU ii iiii'ir Kiinrrinr nr
; ."....i.n.hiiuiiiiih.iii: ii, you, inni owiiuritu
, - - ... .. .. .., ul, tuiiis, , iii.-ie toe
vast coiici ntrat on of i u l. t ..o.,.i ,i... ,
melt, we cniinot but regard the preservation of their val
uable contents as most convincing proof of tho (treat se.
curity afforded hyour safes. '
TINWARE & STOVE SHOP.
TIIL undersigned respectfully Informs his old friend
and customers, that he has purchased his brothers ,
merest iu the above establishment, nnd Ilia concern wils i
I hercufter bo conducted by liiiuselfexclusivcly.
a. ue una just receiveu mm oilers for sale, the larg-'
est "ml most extensive assortment of FANCY !
PSJI ,,, ti cvtr in'roduced into this market. I
His stock consists of a complete assortment of
-ii ki . if. I""'nr sioves in uie marKet, tngeili. i
I Box Stoves, Radintors, C)liudar blows, Cast Iron Air
1 Tight stoves. Cannon stoves A-r si, ,..,;..., ,
1 ',,,1!v.ar? constantly on hand and luuiiufiutured In order
All kinds of repairing done, as usual, on shun notice.
The patronage of old friends and new. customers re.
peclfully solicited. a, M. RUPERT
Bloomshurg, November 3d leco.-tf.
THOMAS BROWN, Barber.
HLOOMSIIURG, COLUMBIA CO., PA.
Shop in Oourt House Alley, near the JJcrasjrat Olllcc.
November 14, IB03,
FKISIIMCTII &. UKOTI1EIIS.
rn f T a rt r t .
j. vj u a j kj u U js a L U H F
AO.103.NORTII THIUD STItEKT I
A. LOGAN GRIJlT"" j
Attorney and Counsellor at f.uiu, I
LAPORTE. SULLIVAN CO., PA. . I
11,1,,.! it.",L!!-i"1 0,l,lir cla'l", Promptly attended to 1
Hiiihus, James Rnhhuud Globe are among the first class
cooking Stuves.all of which nro iilr-tight and gas burner
ills i arlur stoves nru handsome und tho assortment vs
noi 1 1.Al'BU-l'-rticularalleiilioiiis paid to Tin-Wart
., n. 11,, 1 1 "mice, ah kind
."''"s "in uu uiiiiu wuii ucaiiicss anu
ZT Country produco taken in exchange for
Bloom.burg. May 10, 1602. 1 IIIUl' S' M0VCR-
PIANOS AND MELODEONS
AT AVIIOLESALE AND II ETA I L,
EVERY Instrument Warranttid for Fivo Years,
A. P, BENNETT, Agent.
Elmlra, New York.
Pa., will bo promptly stionded to. uum.uurg
WuouirtuTB, March, SO, btH,-,
nc .nan tune grout pleasure ill recoiiimcnditi thorn
men ui uusmess us a sure reliance ngalnst fire
I rr-.e,. SI.MMONS & IIRO.. Jrttltl-J.
?.e;i!il,VB 8,"co P'l'eliascd six large S.ifeu.
July -o, IBM. f August iW. 185Pi
AND TIN-WARE SHOP? '
'Pllli UndCrtiiL'IlCll Wnlllil Inrnrm
Jira J iiiooiiisiiurg ami vicinity, that lie has Imt r L
SafciaV. I ... " " '" ..U VlllfllMUI
. . T ""orimeiiis 01 COOKING and FANCY STOVES
etcr introduced into this umrkei '11. im,.i. ,..,.... . .7 ,
STOMACH, LIVER AND B01VKL1
Csrcs Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint, 'Icadachc, ci
Debility, Nervousness, Depression nf Spirits, .
I stlpntlnn, Colic, Intermittent Fevers, Cram,,
I and Spasms, and nil ( omplaiiiN of either
! e.... llr..lll,, 1'..HL.... 1
UVA, (tllstllK ', j ...oniiv-S
whether inherent in tho system er
produced by special cdiiscs.
Notiiiso that is not wholesome, genial nnrl re,:
live in its nature enters into the composition efn!
TETTER'S HT0.MACH IHTTEHS. Tills Popnt,,,
paratioii couiaios no mineral oi any ninu, no ,1. j
I botanical element; no fiery excitant ; hut it Isn rog.
inn. inn ofjtho extracts of ran! balsamic, berli, xi
plants w nn me purest nnu iniiuesi oi an oiuusht
It is well tube forearmed against disease, nnil.m
ns the human system can bo protected by human mc
nirninst maladies engendered
ii uy nil iinwiioleiiim;,
niosphere, linpurn water and other rxlernal tim
HOS TETTER'S HITTERS may bo relied onasiJ
in districts Infested with Freer ttntMgnt, It hiibt
found infallible us n preventive nnd Irresistlblii
reuiedv and thousands who resort to it under i ,
henslo'n ofnnnttack.escapcthuscourge; and thoim
who neglect to avail thoinselves of its prntectitr ,a
Hies in advance, aro cured by n very brief enure
i this marvelous medicine. Fever and Ague untie.
I offer being pnlid Willi quinine for months In Ala.
til fairly saturated with that dangerous nlkn'uht (
not ii nfrcqiieiitly restored to health within n Rwtj,
Tpn by the use of IIOs'l'r.TTER'S HITTERS.
The w eok stomach Is ralddlv invicoriiled nnila.
For a.1; cents you call order as many goods as would petite restored by this acrOeablo Tonic, and line,
workr wondcts in rases of Dirpepsia and in ,l(l,
firmed forms of Indigestion. Acting ns a gemleu
ny one ran use tho ye Villi perfect sue- j ,,anc npperient, as well ns upon the
...,, . , , , r Invariably relicvci the Constipation sup
n English. I rench and (.crmau, Inside of rrt.EBr nctlon of tho dlgeslivo and r-eci
cu nr nctlon o too uigesiivo ami (.ccretive i,,
l ersoiis ui lei'inu iiiiiiiv. i i.iiiii: wti ri wii iiiorj
ntss of Spirlti and h'itt of Languor, find proiiqit i;
permanent relief from Hie Hitters. Thu tcstiimmii
his polntis most conclusive, and from bntn set-.
The ngony of llillius Colic is Immediately limp,.,
by a single dose of tho stiiiiiilnnt, and by occ.uiom
resorting to it, the retain of the complaint may Lop,
As a general Tonic, HOSTETTEU'S HITTER4rs
tliiceclTects whicli must bo experienced ornitiuv,
before they can he fully appreciated. In cares rfl'
Btilnlion.il wiakuuss, premature deenyand ilclnlit),,
decrcpiliide arising from old nge. it exorcises Hi (;.
trie, infiueiico In the couva e- cent ,.tageBof rill din-.t
it operates as a delightful invigorunt. When Hit pt,
ers ol nature are relaxed, it operates to ru-iufurr i,
re-establish llieiu. Lust, but nnl 'Mst, it thu onlihi
slimuleiit, being manufactured from sound nnd limit
oils materials, and t ntirely free from the acid clum,
present more or less in all Uio ordinnry tunics a:
stomachics of the day.
No family medicine lia been so universally in
may be truly added, ileierredlii popular with tliu Int.
gent portion of Hie community, us HOSTET'l'Lli
HOSTETTEll & SMITH,
C7"Solil by all Druggists, Grocers and Sturiketre
November 21, l.ir,3 ly.
COMPOUND FLUID EXTRACT HUl'lltJ, n n
live nnd specific ycuieJy fur diseases of the Maim
Kidneys, Gravel, and dropsical swellings,
This medicine imrcascs the pawer of iligeslmn. i;
excite the absorbents into healthy action, hy winch c,
Watery or Calrnreniis depositions, cud nil Unnitui
Enlargeiuemoiits arc reduced, as well as pain cm.i
nELMROLD'S EXTRACT BUCHC
Tor weakness arising fruin Eisesser, habits of Hi
slpation, Enrly Indiscrelioii of Abuses, intended k
the following symptoms :w
Inilisposllion to Exertion, Loss of Vw
Loss of Memory, Difficulty of Urathi-i
Weak Nerves, Tr,.,
Horror of Disease, Pain in tlio list
Universal Lassitude of tho Musriilnr Sy.tem.
Hut Hands, Eruptions on tlio IV
Dryness of the Skin, Elushing of the B, j
Tliese symptoms, if allowed lo go on which ll
medicine invariably removes, soon follows
Imkvieniy, Faii-ity, EriMpric 1'irr,
hi imii; ui which me iaueui oiiiy reipnro
In many afieclions peculiar to Female the Eitrin
Biichit is unequalled by any other remedy, ns in l'li
rosis or Retention, Irregularity, painrulncss, ori
prcssion of Customary i:nriiatiuns, tiltyratcd or m
rhous stale or the Uterus, Leuchorrhioa or Whites
Stcrilltv, and far all complaints incident to tin-in
whether arising from indiscretion habits of diinri
Hon, or in the
DECLINE OR CHANGE OF LIFE.
take no more Balsam Mercury, or unpleasant W
cines for iinpleasani and dangerous din-a.es IWa
hold's Extract Ilucliu and luipruvcd Rose Wash cum
becret diseases 111 all lln-ir stages. At little exninr
Little or no clmngu in diet. No inconvenience. aj
It causcsa frequent desire and gives strength tot"
! mite, thereby removing obstructions, preventing ti
ming strictures of the Urethra, allaying pain audit
1 flamuiarioii, sn frr .pient in thu class of discuses.
I expelling all poisonous, diseased nnd wnrnoiit matter
Ihniisanils 1 upon thousands whohavu beciilla-in
; tims of quack., and who hnve paid heavy fees to"
j cured in n short time, havo found they wore decern)
I and that tho "POISON" lias, by the u!o of "pof.
usiniigenis - ueen nrled up in the system, to break w
in an aggravated form, and perhaps al'ler marriage.
.11L'8 ,'!"b'M laitrnct Ilucliu for all affection. i'l
i"J vim'y Organs, wnether eiiclinrii
fS,,fl!'''t, ifr01" "'''"'"or caus. originating
no matter of how long itaiiding,
Ihseascs of llieso Organs requires tlio aid of a it
cue, Heliubold's Extract Ilucliu is thu Great HiuM'i
i!i 1! 10 ,leifed ell'.ct in nil Uiscaie.H
which it is recommended.
n,.v. Mfeuf 11111 '""t reliablo and responsible rbic
actor will accompany tho medicine.
I'rlco $1 per Bottlo, or 6 for $5.
Delivered to tny address, securely packed from
ores guaranteed, advice grails. Addre.s Icliuis !
voLituu Hviiiiiiuiim in mi riiiiitiiiiiiiiriiiiui"
. I'. H. IIELMBOLD, Carmln.
.. ln' South Tenth-st., below Chestnut, I'biH-
Hi. I, .M HOLD'S Drug and Chemital WartMtt,
,.. , S'J4 IIUOAIIWAY, Nw VDf
newnre of Counterfeit", and unprincipled deal''
who endeavor i,,, ll. ,,.,r.i.i. ,, 1 1 r.ilitr
.... u,,oiltll l Ui.
despatch. n"'cl('s on thu teputalion attained by llelmbold's tii
work. '"' 1 reparations, Extract Uuchu, Exlruct riarsal""1'11
Improved Itti.o Wash.
All Druggists Everywhere,
ASK TOR IIELMROnn'S. TAKF NO OTII"
era out tho Advertlsainenlnnd swidforit.
Nav 91 IS0ii"i 1,1 "H'"Mw 'lid vxpenrr