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G I II T fl M R i
THINMNG OUT FRUIT
It is not to lato yet to draw attontion to 1
the absolute neceBsity of thinning oat trees ,
hoavlly laden with fruit. It is truo tlio
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operation can bo performed only upon such
rocs that arc not over large. Butit slioum ,
DO especially attended to 111 yOlltlg trOCfl,
TYhich Ircquently over-hear, to tho injury ,
of the health of tho tree, as well as the
quality Of tho fruit. To obtain tho lllicst I
annr-itnr-nt of nrnrq llmv should not bo
Bpccillicns Ol pi-ars, UIOJ BUOUlu oi lo
allowed to grow II) clusters or in COUtact
with each other, and all that exhibit tho
least imperfection should bo removed.--
What is lOit number Will bo doubtly UiadO
un in siyn nnd flnvor Tlii slinuhl ho re
up in sizo anu iiaor. anis BUOUlu do rc
lBCUlbcrcd. Jlany poreOIIS regard tho
thining out of pears and apples afso much
loss i butthry aro not judges of fruit, and
baVO no knowledge of Its proper culture.
'I hnw trnnt na lurmt n nrnn na nnocililrt lof i
ting tho quality take caro of itself.
(Ul ' (.,. , ,r, ,.. i,
Un BOmc Ot our own pear trees WO liavo
removed turce-tourths ol tno enure crop,
and aro rather apprehensive that too many
arc si ill allowed to remain.
In regard lo the pear cropjgcnerally , tho
yield will not be very large not nearly
bo large as wo anticipated two months ago
Wc find tnis to bo the
SKIN DISEASES IN ANIMALS.
Scabbles is a pestiferous disease, wheth-
er it uuocts tnc norse, tne ox, mo "PiltMi?5 M:
swine, or poultry, inflicting a loss not eas As "asu "at i'i, it jan.sTIm,!." i'asS
ily estimated. Hcnco the duty of every in
telligent farmer b to avoid it. With him
prevention is better than cure, and there
ioro his grand desideratum is to guard
against contagion. Sheep arc, perhaps,
more subject to it than any of the other
animals, arisoing its much from tho fecun
dity of tho acarus ovis, and tho greater
..tntcctli.flr.a nfiUn tvnfl.n tn trltinl, tllnv
nwuoiiuu ui " " i"-" Ji
flhp slicen aro cxnuscd. Certain Darts '
luie siitcp; aro LSiusi.u. t.ri,am I'Jrta .
of tho body aro moro liable to be affected i
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than Others, and SO is an Unhealthy skin '
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inoro so than a healty one. Indeed it has
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been Said, that an unhealthy skin Will ltS"
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uif r roeuce scabbles (?), but this conclti-
"ton uocs not oppuar la vo wcti lonuuuu,
for a disease dependent on the presence!
of living parasitea enn never arise sponta-
ucously, but must be effected by contagion,
cither by means of their eggs or tho in
sect in some other stago of existence. Now,
from what has just been said, it will ap-.
pear obvious that cleanliness, a healthy
skin and state of the body nnd a separa-
tion from foul animals and tho ground, 1
ar thf mmns tn nunid ennhirinn
are mc means 10 avow contagion.
Quails. One of the prettiest of our
American birds is the quail, and, although
not very musical, its notes aro clear thril
ling and pleasant. With anything likcj
f'npnnt. trnntmoiil,. ntinil. hpnnrnn ripmurn 1
..... .. ,
IliestlCatOd, tnOUUll never entirely SO, and
add not only 111 beauty, but real Value tO
the farm i for they aro not gratn-eaters, (
but immense insect destroyers ; and a far-1
' mm. tlmnlrl nnr nnrmir t nnnil In hn An i
wcr Biiouia not permit a quau to no ue-
Mroycd about his premises than ho should
il IS uuiuvoiiu jjuuni j t iu iai.i nu, ao mui:u
bo, for it may bo necessary to kill off tho
surplus, to cat or sell, to save tho expense
of winter feeding. But that is not tho capo
with quailf; and even should they increase
to suuh extent as to require a little grain
to sustain them through tho deep snows,
they will pay back tho cost of keeping in
tho spring. A flock of quails in ono gar
den or vine patch would bo tho most effec
tual remedy for striped bugs that could bu
applied, and then the remedy cost noth
ing. To Cleanse good kid Gloves. I will
give you an excellent rccipo for cleaning
good kid gloves ; it may not answer for
poor ones. I have tried it repeatedly
with success. At S200 per pairglovci are
worth saving. Whito ones mav be clean
ed by this mode : Pnt tho glove on the
hand. Dip a piece of whito flannel in Den
zinc, wring it very dry, rub the gloves all
over, Blow in them to swell them out ;
pin up out of doors to dry, and get rid of
tlio detestable smell. If onco don't ans
wer, clean a second time, A nice article
of'Benzinc is found at drug stores ; but
wo can get such as painters use, being
careful to get the best at 25 cents for
onough for a dozen pairs. It Icavo the
gloves as pliable as new ones if they arc
Tomato Saucr. Take 1 peck of green
tomatoos, cut them into fliccs,and on every
.layer of tomatoes sprinkle a little salt ; let
it stand 24 hours, then take out the toma
toqs, Havo ready 20 large onions, pared
and sliced, and 0 green peppers sliced ;
place in a stone jar a layer ol tomatoes, a
layer of onions, and a layer ol poppers,
with a littlo spice for every seperato layer.
Tho quanity of spieo rcquisito for tho
nbovo is a oz of cloves, oz of Mspice,
and a J oz of mace, Cover it with cider
vinegar, and stand tho jar on the stove 24
hourj to einiuiar, but do not let it como to
aboil. Tho above makes an excellent
sauco for winter use.
TABStEiUi Drink Hop Beeb. To make
fifteen gallons of pleasant hop beer, tako
"twelvo ounces of hops, six quarts of mo
lasses and ten eggs. Put tho hops in a bag
and boil them fifteen minutes in three buck
cts of water. Put in tno molasses while
Lot, nnd pour immediately into a strong
alo cask which can bo made perfectly air
tight, and put in tho remainder of the wai
ter cold. Let tho mixturo stand until cool,
nnd then add tho oggs." This boor will
sot ferraont in oold weather unless put in
rjniU a warm plaoo. Genesee Farmer.
UP DE GRAFF'S
EYE AM) lOAlt INFMIHAKY,
(On the Bquare, Thrco Doors from Steele's llote I
riMUS INSTUTION la HOW Oprncd and -
1 i-,ini.l,e,l In the most costly stylo. Reception. I
wn mlnniPil Tlia Burzlenl UDnrttnont contains (tin
fl s coWcc, on of 1 L n 'l c," rt 7. anil
lhnVw.lhMllc.illi..M.l.l.nlo ...eel nny andnl.
! emergencies In praetlro
various form or iii.ind
treat nil forms of sm-os.i
"LW' npermeHpon ni mc
IN ON UPS, Calumet, Oeeliion of
Closure nf inn Tear Ducta. in; I
Pterygium. &c. r. Ami win,
treat nil form of Soros, Eye Crannied I. Ids. Opncetlos I
of tho Cnrncn, nnd Scrofulous diseases or me .ye 10
of tno i-nrncn, nnu criminous uisoncs oi m i-r
,,., wlu, nii the diseases to which tin Eye sub-
,eViDAFNi:s3. - wiii trct mi tbP disease, common m
the organ. ))lcharpt8 from tho Car, Noises III the ihnr
.n.w,Mng ncuHy, j!';!!?",;! co
mo tn ,h(, .phronl and Nose will bo treated
or.NCKAt. BUIIOUaV.-llc will opcratn upon C uh
mu Ul aen itme,vlmo, unncer. Knlar.
geA Tcncll, c rinttle npcrntlont by henlihs nov
Uiln Is uniuestlfinalily n pcrfoct curc.nud lii doiio wllh
Uttln or no pain. Out ofinany hundred operated upoiiln
, Ilnro lm, bccn no fnliure.it liavlns met the
pcrfm approbation of nllwhohavo nuhmlitcdtolt
Inrendlly cured. Those uflcring from It wllldowcM
Dr. Up Dc0r.nr visits Wllkos-ltarre with a view of
ir. up liL'.r.lii vinni v imua'tiuiii: n't" u .
building up n permanent Institute for tho treatment of I
.tlicnyc, l:.irnnd (Jencrul aursory. The cxperlenco or
'moro than nnunrter ofn century In Hospital nnd Roner.
nl practlccho hopes, will boa sulheicnt guarantee to
those who may bo disposed to employ him,
Mny II, im, it.
TO TUJi) .PUBLIC.
The underslancd would lnfiirm his friends nnd tho
public generally, that he is prepared to treat success.
fully tlic follow lug dlseaesis :
Itlieumatlsin, llronchctls, !3t. Anthony's Dnnce.I.ots
ol ipnt. nun all bioou iiisenses, Willi liispepsl.i fee.
I Snliliirttoti will be L'iven or nn tmv ri.nnlrnd.
Ills remedies arc purely vecetnbiu fiuo from any tnint
or poison, mid safe ami pleasant.
Illnoinsburi;, April D, lFHI.
Lackilwanua ,V IllooiUSllUrg Railroad
TltAINS WILL RON AS rCl.l.OU'S:
MOVING 80UT II.
A 20 IV
' Kingston ....
' Uupert. ....
'i Danville, ....
Arrive nt Northumberland,
,M O V I N (I N O II T II
Northumberland, - . P.nnA.M.
" lllnuinsbiirg .... !i.:i."
" Kingston, KM P. SI
Arrive nt ifcrantnii, 1.30
Passenger lenves iiiunmsiiurg, ju.io a.ji
.., ,. .1.. 11.11 n un,.il, Ill,
I il-MUUKCIH liming -i,ll J iuiii u i .m.iii imhi
tho Impress, train from Nnrth'd, nrriving nl llarrisburg
t 2.3 A. M.. It nil i moru T.OO A. .M.. find t Ma del ih i.i
at 7.00 A M. The Mall train from Nortlimnbcrl.iml
leaves immedinlely after tlio Dxpress train Irom Ilur-
rlsburg and Walllmore, allowing Passengers leaving
Philadelphia nt 10.40 I'. .M. to reach points on this road
during the next forenoon.
Now nnd elegant Sleeping cars accompany tn night
trains encli way between Xorthumbcrlnnd nnd Haiti.
more, and Northumberland and Philadelphia.
n. a. fonda. supt.
Kingston, Jtfnuary M.
FRESH AR1UVA 1.
Spvinn anb Summer
w nn undersigned, grateful for past patronage, respec
' folly lnfimnhlscustumers and tliepubllcge.ncrally
,nnt he ua,itm t0CCiVP,i from tho Eaatome cities, the
nrgesianu mosi select siocn oi
"i ltal tins yci oeeo upciieil in iHuuuimur,;, in mum lie
Invite the attention of his friends, and nssureB them
to which he
that they arc ottered ft; - sale at great bargains. III.
Stock comprises n lurgc nBsortment of
confuting m FxsnioNAm.F. dbes? Cors, or every des-
criptinn j Pants, Vests, Bhirts, Cravats Sleeks, Cotton
.nuikerciiief.oiovc. suspenders. &c.
t; M Watchcs and Jewelry.
Of every description, fine nnd cheap.
N. II. Remember " Ijnttnhtrg't Chrap Emporium.'
call and see. No chargo for cxaming Goods.
lllooiiiFburg, April 10, 1801. (June ICS') I
j, i'. tveit. t. x. mov
New Drug Stork,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
TUT. undersigned would Inform their friends and the
public generally, that they havu taken the stand for
merly occupied by Geo. ,M. Ilagenhuch. lu the nxchang'
Untitling, on Mnin street, in illoumsburg, where he lias
Juitrecetvcti u full supply of
JDriigs, iTfi'riiciiics, Paints Oils,
Which will be tol.t on moderate terms for ready pay.
Alo, N'OTlON'd generally, of every variety, sortand
Physicians' prescriptions carefully compounded, nt
all times nnd nn short notice.
rC" Confectionery of tho best selections, and Soda
Water in season,
L A share of the public custom is respectfully so
icited. EVER, & MOVER...
llloomsburg, April 11, 1803.
18C4. " 18G4.
PHILADELPHIA & EllIE
O' A LS H
This great line traverses the Northern nnd North.
wctl counties of Pennsylvania to the city of Erie, on
It lias been leased by tho Pennsylvania Railroad
Company, nnd under their auspices is being rapidly
uneneu throughout us entire lengin.
It is noe in use for Passenger and Freight business
front llurrlbttrg to Emporium, (1!5 miles) on tho East
ern Division, nnd from Bhellicld to Erie (78 miles) on tho
T!M OF PASSENGER TtUll-g AT KOHTHCMB&RI.AND.
Mail Train leaves, East II 2J A. M,
Express Train" " 10 57 P.M.
.Mail " " West 5 43
Exuress ' " " 7 IB A.M.
Cars run through without nittini bolh ways nn these
trains between Philadclphiu nnd Lock llaven, nnd
H.tllimure and Lock Haven. New nudelegmt Sleep
iug Cars accnntpaniug the Express Train both ways
between Willlauisport and Itjllimore, and Williams-
port and Philadelphia.
Tor information respecting Passenger business, ap
ply nl tho B. E. Cor. llth nnd Market tits.
And for 1'ri ight business of tho Company's Agents
S. II. Kingston, Jr., Cor. Llth and .Market tits., Plul'a
J. W, Reynolds, Erie.
J.M. Drill, Agent N. C. Hi R Daltiinaru.
II. II. Houston, (Jen'l. Freight Agt . Philadelphia,
Lewis I.' Hnttpt, Gen'l. Ticket Agt. Philadelphia.
Joseph D. Potts, Gen'l. Manager, Williuiiispurt,
May 7 1601.
THE GREAT WORLD'S r'AIR EXHIIIITION HELD
IN LONDON le5l
T1IOS. W. MATTSON
Was awarded the Prlo Med.
ol for his superiority over all
competitions iu tho Culled
Slates for his improvements
Ho being the inventor njul
Manufacturer of Elastic steel
Spring solid Bnlo l.ealheraud rnlltl Riveted Iron Frame
Travelling Trunks, Valises, Lud'os Hat Uascs, Carpet
Hags, Leather Rags, Umbrellas ntiil Hobby Horses,
Hoys' Gigs, Propellers, Wheclbcrrows, I.C., which he
is prepared to sell at the lowest manufacturing price.
The most extensive Trunk and Carpet Hag Manufactur
er in Philadelphia.
40'J .MARKET STREET, ono door nbevo Fourth,
South sidu, PHILADELPHIA,
T7"Salcs room on the first floor.
t7Trunks neatly repaired or exchanged for new
ones, Call nnd see, as we sell very cheap for cash,
Nov, 14, leti'l ISmo
THE undersigned Informs the citizens of Rlotiin.
and neighborhood, that lie has token the large room
nl the Exchango lllock, extending over Harney Slohner
Hakery. and the llnokstore where lie lias put in
a large Skylir) t, It Is only by Skylight that good pic
tures can betl en especially groups where tuch person
can be taken' istas well as separate.
lie has gon to considerable expense to make his es
tabliihmunt first class one, and ho threforB solicits a
liberal patro age tnoitablo him, Inconstantly Introduce
the mode a improvements of the art,
tC" Conn cy produco taken iu Exchange for pictures
Uloomsburg, - I'M
Nov. 9 -st
nr, r,rv, fir.
DH. BCHENOK'S OWN CASE,
WHIMS LAIIOHINO UNDER. CONSUMPTION,
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-CHIC, (ItUl Mandrake J'lllS (ICt OH
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CMC, aw iC
finn 4 m sttnnqa AWIJMntWn nn ,
-.wyvuu .a a.ax aa, v. aa. ,
To nbovo Is n correct likeness of Dr Schcnck taken
many years niio, nfier he had recovered from Consmnp.
Hon by n courso of his "8c n inch's ruLMosiPSvRtp,"
'I he likeness, nltliodn It does net represent him nny
......k ..o .... ..o uu ,iia m. ..ni... jrui in ,ii
strmiR contrast with thelmlo nnd vlcnrmis looks of the
thine like as bad as ho was at the worst, yet it is in
l'oilralt below, which Is the true likeness of hiiuiit llix
present time. Tho contritst between theso two por
traits Is so great that many would not believe them to
bo thn same person. Yet there nre hundreds of per
sons, in nnd around PhllatMphia, who will recognise
both portraits lobe truo representations. When the
first was taken he weighed 107 pounds ;at the present
tune his weight is S'.'O pounds.
Kmv York, Wednesday, March .10, 1B0I,
70 7 HE P33SUC.
Thirty years ago I was in the last stages nf Pulninn
aryCnnsumptinu, and given up to die. I resided in
Philadelphia and Dr. J soph Parrish, then of this city,
on cred me to MorcFtnwn, N. J,, n distance nf nine
miles, which took me twn days to get there, On toy ar
rival I was put In bed, nnd there laid for manvweeks.
This was my native place, where all my family lived
and had died nf Consumption. Dr. Thornton, who nt
tended my father in his last illness, was called, and
gave nie one week to fix up my nll'alrs. llo had seen
nil inv fnnillv L'nth.it w.nv. anil tliniiitht I ivn, tn.n f,.n
'ihen lheard nf tin remedies 1 now olfer to the pub-(
lie, wuirn riirou mi n seemeii it mc inai i couitl leel
them penttrotlng my whole system.
They soon ripened the matter on my lungs, nnd I
would spit nffmorc than a pint of offensive yellow mat
ter every morning. As soon as that began tn subside,
my cough, fever, pain, night stM-uia all becan to leave
me. nnd my appetite became n urent that it was with
litlkulty I could dieep from ei ting mo much. I soon
gained my strcnglh, and I ha . .- on rowing in th.sh
ever since. For many years I h.iv enjoyed uninter
rupted good health, keeping Hi In r nnd stomach
healthy with the Seaweed Totil. .inn Mandrake Pills, as
I um of a lililous temperament U ight is two bun
dred and twenty pounds. On n r emery people would
send for me, far and near, to -"e if ihcir cases were
like mine. For this purpose I i n professional visits
in the large cities. The. cnni-u . tives w isli to nee the
one that makes these niedicil nd who was cured of
consumption by them. To make new Imii-s is impossi
ble ; but cavities in the lungs and chri"ic ulcerations
of tin,-bronchial tubes can be healed in It cases are
dying hourly under tho ordinary in-tit,i,i ut of nhvsi-
clans, and lust surli nre ni'ed ' i, roper use of
Sclienck's Pulmonic Syrup. tfe:i . I' .-tc, and Man-
I ntn now a healthy man, with a 1 evitv in tho
middle lobe of Hie richl Inn". the t c t. i u verv liiitrh
Itciali7eil anil complete adhesion of tli pleura. The
leu lung is sniinit, ami the upper IMm -t i .in right lung
is In a tolerably healthy conititinn. To. ureal reason
why physicians do not cure consumption is tliev trv In
do too much t they give medicines to tlnp the cough, tu
stop chill, to stop night sweats, hectic liner. and, bv so
doing, they derange the w holo digestive powers, lock
ing up the secretions, nntl eventually the patient sinks
and dies. After I make a careful examination of the
patient with the llespiromcter. and find lungs enough
left to cure, I direct the patient how tn use the threu
remedies Remove the cause and they will nil Unpof
their own accord. No ono can be cured nf consump
tion, liver ci mplnint, dyspipsia, eatarih, canker, ill
ceratedlthroat, unless the liver and stomach are made
healthy. In New England this canker, chronic catarrh,
ulcerate I throat, elongation of uvula, is more prea
lent Ihan iu nnyothcr section of the country. This is
frequently c.iu"d by n foul stomach. You tray burn
il nut Willi caustic time nhd agtiiu, and all they n ili
get is tintiinrarv relief. Correct thu stomnch nnd liver.
and thty will heal tipthein-elves.
i.oou ii til i it i o ti is tno remeity. it you nave nny dis
ease in any part of the budy, it will remain there and
decay more nnd more until you can getlhe stomach in
the condition to digest food, nml make new blood to
take thu place of diseased matter. This is thu only
way to Heal eavities in the lungs and itlreruted brnn
ilnal tubes. Correct the stomach and liver, nnd nature
will do the healiut:. Mauv nersons have un idea Hint
retlaln medicines are great purifiers of the blood.
When bliind is once diseased it cannot be pitrilied ill
is disinseil tho same ns the disenscd matter in tho
system ; but get the apparatus in order, the liver and
stouiaih, nnd give it plenty of nourishing food, it will
make new blood, which will take the place of that
which is diseased,
Sclienck's Pulmonic sirun is one nf tho best nrena-
rations of iron muse, it is a powerful tonic of itself.
nnd when the Seaweed Tonic dissulvea thu mucus jit
the slutiiacli.aud it is carried nffhy the aid nf the Man
drake Pills, the Pulmonic Syrup is made into blood.
This is Hie only way to cure consumption. If ! Tall
inn gei u b'oou uppctuc ituu iuou noes not titgest, I can
nutcure the patient Never mind the cougli ; remove
the t nuse and It will flop of itself. This is the most
trouble t have Willi my patients ut my rooms. They
suy, imcior, i ii-ei stronger; lean calt my night'
sweats are better, and I fei I belter evcrv wnv : hut mv 1
cough Is so bad yet ;" and they are as'.onised lo hear
ino say uiai unes not matter ; retnnve the cause .ind
it will stop itself. Scheuik's Seaweed creates a sood
appetite in about nine days, when Ilium is tin lung dis
ease, unless thu liver is so congested that the Man
drake Pills caHiiut unlock the ducts ol Hi., gall hi adder
in that shortspaee of time, in nrde- l-i allow the 'talu
bile lo pass oil' Keep tin iivcr and the slouiaih
healthy and thcrois less danger nl consumption ornny
other disease. It Is hard to mrm cold when those or
gans, ire healthy. Those that nre bilious, low spirited.
umiry, iuciihk siupiu, couieu tongue, poor appetite,
nervous, stomach In 1 1 of wind, i'verthtng that is eat
en lies heavy, loss of memory, try one hut llo of.
SCIIEXCK'S SEAWEED TONIC, and one box of
S IIEN'LK'S MAN DRAKE PILLS. It is only n cost of 1
one dollar nnd twenty. live cents, with full direrliuns. 1
This is sufficient, in many cases, lo satisfy w hat the I
medicines tire. Frequently one buttle innKus a great ,
change in tho system. Any person that enjoys ordina
ry health, by using tho Seaweed Tonic nnd Mandrake .
Pills occasion-illy, must get the digestive organs in I
such ii healthy condition thai they become fleshy. I,
can produce a number nf my old consumutivepallcnts
nuw enjoying good health, weighingnenrly'.'nilpiiunds.
I ill coniludu by relating three cures 1 have made in
New "tork.nnd which lire nil diileretit, nnd with unv
one who leels any interett in the matter to visit them'.
First is Mrs Farlow, residing tliun at No 11)7 Houston
street- Her husband called upon me ut my room. 'M
llotid street, nud wished me to call and see her. lie
said I could do no good ; that ho had nil the best inuili
iul ulleuilaiice. uud ull said she was ton far gone with
Consumption tohu cured ; but she had heard of some
great cures I bud made, and he desired tu gratify hi r
wishes. 1 called, uud found luir lying confined to hir
bed in the lust stage of I, rniidu.il consumption, uud
without doubt must havo died soon I examined her
lungs, lound both bronchial tubss , ry miiili alfertcil,
but no cavities had formed, her cough was very severe,
the spit-box was half lull of thick pus. Pulse 110. legs
swollen very much; and worse than all, she had chro.
ulc diarrhu'u, Her bowls had Incii moved cluv en times
that day, I (old her she had lungs enniigh tube cured,
hut that this iliurrlin u had been luui! ttuudiutr. and Inir
stomach was iu such an ulcerated condition that I was
afraid nothing could he done. She insisted I should
try and do what I could fur her. observing that she
wuuld not last long in ihe condition she was in,
and I could not make her anv worse. 1 cave her first
a dose ot my Mandrake I'ills, and the tonic nnd Syrup
freely. Dial was on Tnesdav. and bv the nextSuudav
the diarihu-awus carried oil', licrappetita had returned
and she lould tit up in hod and eat her dinner. She is
now well, nud gave me a long certificate, certified to
by the Rev. Dr. Howling.
Mrs.lliiilholomevv.KI West Fnriy-flRh street, came
to my rooms with a tumor on her liver, She was luw
spirited, ikiu sallow, tongue coated, bowels costive, no
appetite, and fust sinking into Ihe grave. The suid
tumor hud been running over fourteen years. 1 gave
her Syrup, Tonic and Pills, und told her to take litem
Justus the directions were printed, Sho came baik tn
my rooms, Iti llond street iu two weeks, suinewhnt
better ; Iter tongue had begun tn clenn a little around
the edges, her skin whiter and her eyes brighter, nnd
the tumor discharging very offensive mutter, much
falter than it had ever done before. Sho kept gradu
ally Improving, nnd in ubont two months sho came tn
my rooms very much frightened, saying thntthe tumor
had nearly stopped running, nnd was healing up, and
that every doctor had told her that If It uvcr healed It
wnuld cause her death. I told linrtlial thedlsenso had ,
all Uflbur system, and nature would heal Ihu ulcer up.
'i'hey ore nuw healed, and have been for about nycur.
SSdiH "V 5!;.' mIm, ioo, any oi" t'oniion
and sheilas hearty nnd robust a wnmalias you will J
thm to come rind sen mr. Thn next case Is Mils Sco.
e I1. from Slmiifnnl. Conn, Mrs. Ilntthotnmcw got her
,uvn to see tne, mid she has liven ever since nt her
nunnllttna nf blood. I examined her lltllBR W lilt the
losplrnmctcr.i.nd In all my practice i never round nno
without! Ittiigso fargoi,o imiltho other Inn snsiiunil.
wouiii inn i dui winy iiBiiiiiinii-iem i m .nuointc-ji.ii-,
, Seaweed Tonic, anil M.uj.IrnJco I ill. nil jronicd In go 1
' ! I. M'... L '""" i'i ''..Va
, . .., .... ;.- , V. V
weight. She hni some tough ret, wlli ll I do no nnt
thlKk will li-ato her bclore June. 1 should think It
would be of meat Inti'ff-sl lo poirte iniprejildlci'd pliy
clrlnn tn vllt these cases, particularly Allan Hmlleld,
or nny of thorn who havn been rnred by mv medicines.
'1 hey nrc uiinierinis In New Vork , but the nhnvc Intee
nil dilfer frmu eaih other i and If my i Urines arc do
Ins hat 1 represent lliey nrn. tney siiouiunavc mo
charpei but Tor n thoiouijh etninlnathin ho charges
tim e dollars Price of the I'ulnioriic iyriip and Hea.
weed 1'onlc each JIM per Imltln, or $d the hall doen.
Alninlrnku I'ills '.'.iri'iits per box, nnd for sale by nil
UrueuUtit nml Dealers.
June II, l-OI.-l y.
IRON IN THE BLOOD,
It Is well known tothe medical profession that IRON
Is the Vital 1'rlnriHle or l.lfe llleuient of tho blood
'I his Is derived rhiilly from tho food wu eat ; but if the
Inod Is not properly digested, or if from nny cause what '
ever, the tiereury quantity of iron Is not taken Into
the ciriulatlon, or becomes reduced, Ihe whole system
snirers. The bad Mood will irritate the heart, will
clog up the lungs, will obstruct the liver and will send
its disease producing i lements to nil parts oflbo ss
teui, undevery ono will sutler in whatever organ may
bo preui.pnscii to iiiseuse.
The greut value of I
1IJ0X AS A DIGniriMi: j
is well known nnd acknowledged by all midlrrl men
The dllliriiltv has been tor.Main such u Iirenarntlnu o
it in w ill enter the circulation nnd assimilate at nine '
with Urn lllond. This point, says Dr. Hayes, Massnrh
lisetts Htale Chemist, has bicnnttalned in the I'cruv i-
an syrup, by cnmlilnntion in u wny ueluro unhiiow u. (
tiii: i'i:iviax svitui i
I a I'rntcrtfd ftolutinti (if ttf rrotoxiilr nf Irnp a NVw
Difccnrurv hi Alediclnn Hint titrtftcc at Mio Unnt rf Dit I
l-a?. I)V MIlMVI!tt,' IIIU UJUUil Willi lid Hill 1TJ ItClpIt Uf
THE IMUiCVllK SYIfUI
Cures Dyspepsia, I.icr Complaint. Dropsy I'cvcr .ind
Ague, l.uss of l'.uergy. Low Spirits.
TJIJJ VEIWI'IAX SYUUP
Infuses strength, vigor ami new life into Hie system, and
minus up n n "iron cniisiituiiou.
'V.' I ',; VI JlAT NVIH1P
Cures C'Jironic DiM-Dnxa. Scniful.i, ItoiU, Scurvy, Loss
of Cenfitituttnnnl Vinr
THE 1 Ell U V1AN IS Yll UP
Cures Nervous Affections, Female Complaints, and all
diseases "f thu Kiilueys nnd Hladder.
TILE PER Ul 'JAN 6' J II UP
Is n specific, for all diseases originating in n bad statu
of.hu bloodf or accompanied by Debtlit) oru Low Slate
of the System.
Pamphlets containing ccrtilicaus of cures and recotti
menilatiiins from soino of the uiot eminent Physicians
Clergymen, and others.will be sent Free lu nny address
Wc- select a few cf the names to show the character
of the lestnnonnH.
JOHN P.. WILLIAMS, CSO. ,
Trcsldont of tho .Metropolitan Hank, New York.
Rev. A1IEL STEVENS.
Late Editor Christain Advocate and Journal.
Rev, P CIIOROII,
Editor New York Chronicle
Rev John Pieniouf,
U'Wis Johnson, M I).
llev Warren llurton,
Rev Arthur II Fuller,
Rev Gordon Rnbbins,
llev Sylvanits Cobb,
ltllsnell Kinney M I),,
S K Kendall M 1).
W R Chi-holm, M 0.
Francis Dana, M D.
Jeremiah Stone, M. D
Jose Auto. Sauches M D
Abraham Wetidill .M D.
A A Hayes, M I).
J H I hiltou. M II.
) Rev. T. Starr King,
itev i.pnrnim iuie, jr.
Rev Joseph II Clinch,
Rev. Henry Uphani,
Rev P C lleailley.
llev John W (Jlmestend,
II, V.. Kinney, M O.
Prenared bv N I, CLARK k. CO cxi lusiti ly for
J. P.DINS.MORI', No P.H Hro-iday New Yolk.
Soul by till Drugsbts,
No Family Should be Without it, Only 2.5 cents n box
, roil St!.! uv
.', PDIXSMORE No hll llriudw.iy, New Vork.
S W FOWL!'. & CO No. Id Treuiinit it Hoi-Inn
And by atl Druggists and Country Stroekeepcrs.
.May II, ISiil-PJin.
BELL 6c ALLABACH, PropriUart.
THIRD S7y PENESYLVAN1A A V
VASHINGTON, D. O:
now e it,
RESPECTFULLY offers his profess
lonal services to the ladies and gentle
men of I'.l.ioinsbttrg nud viiinity. He Is
prepared to atleinl to all the verioim
operation? in the Hue of Ins profession, and isprov ided
with the latest Improved fJiCKM.V TKKTJI; which
will hein.crtcd on gold, platiun, silvcrainl ruliber base
to lookw'.-ll us the nutiiiu! teeth
Ml ieral iilnte and bit ck teeth manufactured nud nil 1
nlMi,litillU r ,....,l. .'XAlulll- ,1,l ril.rlL- II 1 1 1-n 1 1 f-,t III I
Resilience nnd olhren few doors nbovo the Court
II iii&c, same side.
Ul.ionisburg, June n
. a. THOMPSON,
PAUL & THOMPSON,
1 1 S y SP R O V X S 1 0 14 3
No. 43 No'th Wharves,
PRILADE LP II I A.
tC7" R UTTEH, CHEESE,
No v. U Jrin:i 12ino.
II A M S, c. J
.TOIIN C. YE AG Ull,
MANl FACTURER i. WHOLESALE DEALER IN
aiiATiS, caps, :
.STRAW GOODS, BONNE I S AND
No. 257 North Third Street. Phila'd.
Nov 211, 1H.2 I
BOOKS, DOCUMENTS, PAMPHLETS
and Speeches; nnd copies of the United States, nnd
Statu Cnnslltutlons, in v arinus styles, always on hand.
JOHN G, FREEZE.
n omtbiirg, Nov. 7 lSbH
II'IIE undersigned, having taken the Espy Hotel,
I Inn ly kept by Mr. E llowill. would re. n i tfully
I nfurni Ins friends and the public in geuerul, Ihul no
pains will he spared fur the satisfactory entertainment
of all who mny lav or him with their cuitoiu.
JOd I) .V. VaOJlHANU.
Espy. Aprils. 11
rPUKTroprKtorol tliu M-II-tciiovu itint ceulrally lora
i .1 ted House, the Evrinsui: HoTtl., situale on Mai.
Street, in Hlnnmshurg, immediately -pnustte the Culuui
, bia County t'nitrt House, respectfully informs his friends
nnd thy iiuhlic in eeiiL-ral. that his llniisu is now in or
' dcr for the reception nnd entertainment of travelers who
may feel disposed In favor it with their lustoin. He has
spared un expense in prepaiiug the Exiiianok, for the
entertainment of his guests, neither shall lucre be any.
thing wauling (on his part lo minister to their personal
comfort. His house is spacious ami enjoys un excellent
ITT Oiuiiibusea run at all limes between the Exchango i
Hotel and the various Rail Road Depots, hv which trnv.
clers will hu pleasantly conveyed to nnd from the re
spective Stations in due Inno tu met i the Cars.
W.M. II. KOONS.
Hlooinsburg, July 7. Iti'-O
.i. x ;w y as y
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Ol!ko ill Court Ally, formerly occupied by Charles II
nioouitbtirg, Dec, 4. lHS'l.
BLA.NKSI BLANKS! J
' Of every duscriptton, for sale at this oEeo
be cured. ' J. II. SOIIl'.NCK. . ). ,,f Issue nnd Deposit. llnll-Uiwilliig nnJ Btoam-lloatinB
I Dr. J. II. RcJienck can bo fnuiidnl his principal nllice, , i,.t office, frlerapli. &c, ftc. i ,,
No. :i!l Notlh blh Htreet, 'lillnilclphlu, every Snturilny, The I'roprleto'f tins spnrcd noHmeor otpenso I n t in
r . t .....u . i, i n. i..i.. -,..., ..r i.i t.t (.rt..rn tfi... ..in! ihoroush nnd cninpleteor.
.....11. ...! Iha ...U pta.l blimu . linrn ntt.l It.iW llfi.V Kin 0 hu Atirl. HllHl.t1l.l mill IIIB1 CSS f 111 t B n .
iiri.ii.pii, ..I., .nn.. .. ...
rplllfl INSTITUTION l under tho solo innnnnemrh
J nnd dlmcllon oi i roi. v. i...i.i.i -,
clpal of the
BtmtMMTOif coMMr.ncw, cou.r.an.
Tim course of Instruction embraces all tho rolutsHos
of n thorough practical bus ness education, and I m
been lately uxlendcd by tho Introduction of nn Act i il
lluslness Course, In which the Student cnsnRCs In thn I
ottlinl ea.lM of buylim nnd sclllnir Bonds ' "'''J'J
nny ever presented tn thn public, nnd feels fully 'as
sured that after hnvlng been himself engaged In actual
business, nnd Having unit mnuy years "ini "'"."
teaching the rclnco of Accounts, nnd being nideit ny ,
1 n full nnd clllcoicnt corps of teachers, he will be on. ,
' bled to make thorough nnd successful grnnuales ot nil )
I who may plnco themselves under his charge.
In this essential branch of n businss education tin
College offers better facilities In the learner. I ho
Spenrerlan svstem will ho taught In nil Its varieties by
ti n must skillful inasters of tho nrt. Hpeelincns of ,
Writing from this Ins'itution have received thn hlEhcst
nicomiums from the press, .
l'or general Information, terms, fcc, ndilrcss rort-nt.
lego Monthly, which will ho mailed frees tor spcti.
mens of Penmanship, enclose two three cent stamps.
Address D. W. I.OUT.I.I.. Principal.
Lowell's Commercial College. Illnulinmtou, N. Y .
P. P. (Ilia of Hitter tc Duncan's No. 1 highly finished
flue, perlect point, oulll spring Oold Pens, wllh holder
un.l .... ivitrrnlilo.l fnr nnn vear nnd tn suit, Will be
I sent, free of charge to any one who will remit 53,50 to
' the nbovc address.
. Oclobci :i, Irtill-ly
riMIEundcrslgnetrtsatso extensively engaged In the
X UuiimaiiHi Jtuminsa ri 1 1 , 1 keeps i-nixl.iiiily on hand
nil for ale ut liis Wan-rooms, a large assortment nf
FINISHED g-rj COFFINS,
Ily which hu is enabled to fill orders on presentation
Ai.su-Keeps a good llorso nnd Hearse, uud will at al
times be ready to attend Funerels.
SIMON C. SIUVE.
Hlonmsberg, January 2'.). U'SO
a-,, Trtf - K V ANS & WATSON
. S l?rKV& SALAMANDER SAFF.S,
? '1 Wbfy V'-t W MOVED to Xu. lli.SDIA.fti
,y.,JiV.jjiV-i.j Ktrert, ritiladrlphiti, have
EVANS & WATSON
iiiii ii I. ii nri'i in i' i ir, hi i nu
Tli Iff nrnnf Siil:uuant!ir Htift's.
lso, iron ilnorn, fur ImTiks unit
&JV -.'D5.-Z siores, iron suuuers lion sasit, nil
WA-vsXVS makes uf locks uiiunltu any made
in the United States
l-trr Sttfr in one Jtrs, All came ovt rizht
lent in uootl cotnlittnn.
The Salamander Safes
nf Philadelphia ngsiirst tin
EVANS & WATSON,
nave had the surest demostrntiou in the following cei
lilicato Hint their manufacture of Salamander Safes Ihm
nt length fully warranted the tepresentatioiis uhicli lint a
been made of th as rendering an undoubted security
ngainst the terrific clement.
Philadelphia April 12. IcSO.
JlfMsrs r.rtini ft Walton; Gentlemen-It nirords us
the highest satisfaction to slate to you, that owing lu
tho very proleelive qualities nftwo of thu Salamander,
Safes which we purchased of you some five mouth sinie
we saved a large portion of lewelry, nnd ull our books,
.ttc., exposed to the calaminnus, file in Ransteud lilaco on
the morning of Hie llth inst..
When wc ri licit hat tliene safes were located in the
fourth smry of Um building wu occupied nnd that they
fell subsequently intun help nf hunting ruins, where the
vast concentration of Ihe heat caused tho brass dates in
melt, we cannot but retard the preservation of their vnl
untile contents as must emu luring proof of thu grt at se
curity atliirded by ymir sales.
We shall telle great pleasure in recommending tb'.'ir '
men of business if n Hire reliance ns.unst lire.
GEORGE W. SIMMONS &. IIIU)., .cattfen).
(TT "They havu since purchased six large Safest.
July 20, lSii-.'. . August 20 lcS .
TINWARE & STOVE SHOP.
'"IMIE tindernened rcspr-ctllilly Informs his old friend
.. un, i riiFinuicr. mni no iia piircliaseii liis hrothers
merest in Ihe uhnve estalillshiuent.and the coniern wils
herealler be rotuhiited by him-eirexclifivelv.
t He has Just received and others for sale, the larg
OJJ et nnd most extensive assortment of FANCY
(flvg? S'POVES ever introduced mm this market.
TSSW His stock consiits of a complete as-ortiui nt of
he lies! Cooking and parlor stoves iu the market, tog, th
er with Stove Fixtures of every description, liven and
Mux Stoves, Radiators, Cylindar Sieves, Cast Iron Air
Tight stoves. Cannon Stoves. A.C., 4ic. Stovepipe and
Tinvvaie con-tantly uu hand nud manufactured to order.
All kinds of repelling dune, ns usual, on short notice.
The patronage or old friends and new iiistomnrs re
pectfully solicited. A. M. RUPERT.
lllooiiisburg, November ld 181,11. tf.
FI11SI1 JMCTII & UROTUEU.S
' T 0 B
CCO D E A
T V T?' er
J' 1J "
INO.l05,NOltTn TI1IUU ST11KKT
Five doorshclow Rare.
IP iii Hi 'J3 i3 AJM A Tf 11 2)
TO TBEiili; SiAE&BlES !
BOTH MARRIED AND SINGLE.
Oldest Itegulator lor Fomalcs i
DR. CIIEESF.MAN'S FEMALE PILLS
Will immediately ruln-vi. withuut pain, all disturban
ces of lite periodic i'i si barge, whether arising from re
laxation or suppression. 'I'hey act like a charm in re
moving the p. tills thai nciompauy difficult or imtnoder
lit'! mc iisiruiitinn, and are the only sale and reliable
remedy for Flushes, Sick llenilaihc.Paitis nt Ihe Loins
Hack nml Sides. Palpi'tilinn of the Heart, Nervous Tre
mors. Ily sterics, Spasms. Ilrokeii Sleep, und other un.
pknsnut and daugi rmts otl'cits of nu unnatural condi
tion nf the sexual fuuclinti. In the worst cases of
Fluui Allius, ur Whites, they clf.-tt u speedy cure.
DR. CIIEESEMAN'S FEMALE FILLS.
Hnve been used uver a (luarter ofn Century. They
are oHered us the only safe iiieuiis of renew ing inter
rupted menstruation, hut La lie must bear iu mind
that, there is nun condition uf thu feiuule system iu
vvhiib the Pills t.iuihit be taken without producing it
piculiai ri ull The ciiudiliiui referred to is i'regniiucy
-thu lesiilt, Ml. carriage Such is thu irresistible ten.
deucy of the medicine to restore thu sexual fiincliuiis
to ii normal rtinditioii, that even the reproductive pow
er of nature cannot resist H. They cantiul do harm in
any other way.
DR. CIIEESEMAN'S FEMALE PILLS.
Are Ihe only Medicine that ttrried and Single Ladles
have relied it (ion nr many years, nr can rely upon now.
Ilevvnre of Imitations I These Pills form Ihu Finusl
Preparation ever put for n aril, with immediate und
Persistent success. DON'T HE DECEIVED. Take
litis advertisement to your Druggitt. ami tell him Unit
you want the best and ninst reiiublo Female Medicine
lu the world, which Iscnmprlsed In
uu. iiii.i.c.u nr. a ii.nni.i, rii,i.Mii!
They have received, and nre now receiving the san
ction of tho most eminent Physicians iu America,
EXPLICIT DIRECTIONS with each llov,the price
One Hi liar per llov, containing from M to bu Pills.
Pills scut by mail, promptly, by remitting the price
li, ll, riiiiin.lii,. nr nn .. ., , I, .......l , . . '
.-. .... .,.., ,,. ..., , ,,.,,,, ,,,, , curran
funds, Sold by Druggists generally,
IIUTIIINGS & HILLYER, Proprietors.
-,.., , l Cedar Street, New York.
07" Sold in niooinsbtirs, by Eyer & Moycr, nud E
1 ''U"- Feb. 27, leo4,-ly.
( A. LOGAN GRIM,
Attorney and Counsellor at .aw,
I.AI'ORTE. HUI.L1VAN (X)., PA.
I MJ'HM4 oU"r tl,im' i"on,P"J'
A pure and poiycr(nl Tonic, corrective nnd allerafWc
of wonderful elllcnry in dlscasu of tttu
STOaiACII, MVBR AM) DOWELS.
Cres Dyspepsia, Mver Cnmplainl, Headache, (leiiera
Diblllty,Nervnusiiess, Depression uf Spirits. Con-itlpntini-,
Colic, Interiulttent I'evers, ('riiinpn
and ipnsms, nml nil i omplaints rf either
Pex, ntlslug from llodlly Weakness
whether Inherent in the system or
produced by special utiles.
I NoTitiNtj that Is not wholesome, genial and restora
tive In Its nature enters Into Ike composition of 1103
ITETTER'S STOMACH HITTERS. This popular pre
' turnllnn contains no mineral of nny kind, nodendl
1 botanical elements nn fiery excitant i but II Is a enmby
na Inn nfjlho extracts nf rare balsamic herbs and-
plants with the purest and mildest of nlliliiru'itc slim
ulenl". , ,
' Ills well tu he forearmed ngainst disease, and, so fur
as thu human system cm be prnletted by human means
against maladies engendered by nn iinw holesotue nt
luusphcre, Itnpurn water nnd other external causes.
1 litis I li t I tj n o in 1 1 i,un may o reueu on in u sum-
'guard. , , 1
In dilrlrt Infested with Frrtr nU;nr, it has been I
I found infallible us a provi titUe and irresistible its n
remedy nnd thousands who resort to II under appre
hension of an attack, escape On-scourge ; uud thuitsiinls
who neglect tu avail thniuelM-s of its pmtoitivr qual-
I mes iu ndvutirc, nre cured by a very brief coitr-e n
this marvelous meilkiiie IV v- r nml Ague patients,
uffer being palid with quinine fur mouths iu vain, un
I tit fititly satutated with thai I'angiirous nlka'nld, are
not unfreqiiently restored to health within a few days
bv the use of IIO.-Ti'.TTLR'S lll'l TF.I1S,
I 'Ihe wiak stomach is rapidly Invigorated and the ap
, pi-lite restored I y this nuiceable Tnnir, nn.l hence it
i works wondeis iu cases of Dtsiepia nnd In less con
I tinned forms of Indigestion. Acting us n gentle and
puiuluss npperient, as well as upoi 'be liver, it also
invu-iu'ity rellavfiH the Constipation superinduced by
Irregoltr action of the digeiive nnd sei retive organs
Pet son-of feeule habit liable .Werom Mark, Low
vtr. ol Nil its and 1'ite rf l.nnen'r, find prompt nnd
iiermaii' ut leln f from the HiilfM. The testimony uu
ihis point is most conclusive, and from botn sexes
The aguuy of Hillius t:,, lie is tun hot ly as.ttaged
by n sluglu'iliise of the stiuiuhtii, and by occasionally
resorting to it, the return of the ,'iimplaiiit may be pre
vented As n cener.ilTon'e, IIOSTETTEK'S HITTER- pio-dureelli-its
Whiih nnlt be eApelieliii-d or VVltnes-ed
before, they .in be Hilly npp-ei tali d.. In cn-es of Con
stitiitinnal waknc.s, )ireuiature di cay and debility and
decrepitude arising troni old nge. it exercises the elec
tric inllueuce lit the toiiva e lent stagesofall dtst-ases
it operates iiu delightrul inviiroraut. When the pew.
ers of nature nre relaxed, it operates to re-iiiforci and
re-establish them. Lust, but not at, il III,- mils safe
stimuleul, being iinmifartureil frn-n sound nnd itnioru
oils materials, nml tutirely Ire" lrnm the acid element-,
prcscnl more or less in all the ordinary tonus and
stomachics of the dav.
N'o family meilii me has t.r.n so titiivi rally. nud 1 1
may be truly added. tleacrcttUtj popular wllh thu intelli
gent pnrlinii of the tommuuitv, as IIUSTI'.T'i'Lll'rt
IIOSTETTElt i; SMITH, i
OySold by all Druggists, Grocers uud Slurc'tcepcrs
November 21, 1303- It. i
COMPOl'NI) FLI'lD EXPHACP lil'CIIU, n
live and specific yeiueJy for ili.MW-es oftliebl
Kiiluiy-i, liravi-l. ami ilr'psical swellings
'1'his inediriiie iin reuses the pauer of iti'iestion. and
excite tho nbsotbeuts iutu ln-althy actiouj),' whii h tin
Wiuery or Oalcareou- ileioritinus, tud all Uuiiatur.il
Enlargetuements are rediiieil, at will ut pain audiii.
IIELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCI1U.
For weakness arising frnm P.xsesscs, habits of Dis
siptiti Early lodiscn tion of Abuse, atteiidi-.l with
the lollnwiiig symptoms :w
Iiili-iiisitiou lo I'xertiou. Lo-ih of iNmer
Lo.sol Me ly, Dllliciilly of Un alhitig
Weak Nirves, 'Preuihltug
Horror ol Hiiase, Pain in tin Hack
Universal Lassitude of ihu .Musrular System,
Hot Hands. Eruption on ihe Face,
Dryness"! the Skin, E'usliiug of tin-Hi'di ,
'Phese sy tiiptom., if allowed to go on which Ihis
medicine tnvanuhlv removes, soon futlmv
Imcoumy, I'A'irnv, EriLLecic Pirr,
In one cf vv hich tin- Patient may require
Who can sny that llu-y are not frequently followed
by those Direful Discuses "
"INSANITY AND CONSUMPTION."
Many tire invar" of Hie cause of their sullcijue, b it
none will coiil'ess the records of the Insane Asylums,
A nd melancholy deaths U? fou-uniptinh hea'auipu
witness- to the ttuth of the n-sertiou.
The Constitution once ell'.-ilml vv lib oriranic we a v
! requires the aid of Medii lm- to strengthen uud lui i.
1 oi, ilo the system, which llelinlmld'H i itract lliiihuiu
variably dues. A trial will convince the mutt tkeptu-al
I In many nflectioiik peculiar to Females the Extract
I lluihii is iiiiequalled by nny other remedy, us in Chin
rosis or Retention, irregularity, paiurulncs, or Sup- i
I iressinu nf Customary L ui nations, nlieralcd or scir
rhous state of ihu Uterus, Leiuhurrhio.i or Whites,
I Sterility, and fsr all complaints incident to the six,!
1 whether arising from indiscretion halms of dissiti-i-tion,
or in the
DECLINE OR CHANGE OF LIFE.
Take no inure H.ilsam Merriuy. or unpleasant Medl
cities for unpleasant and ilangeruus din-asct lldm.
hold's Exlratt Hitchii and liupiovcil Rose Wash cures
secret discuses in all their stages- At link- expense,
l.iille or no chbligu tu tliit. No iiiiunvcnience. an no
ll causes a frequent desire nnd gives strength to Uri
nate, thereby remnving oli.truitions, prcventiu" aini
curing sirieinres of the I'relhra, allaying pain und iu
llainui.trion, su Irequuiit iu the class n tllsenses, and
expelling all poisonous, diseased mid vvorninit liintter.
Thnusiinils upon thousands who have been the vic
tims of quni ks, und who have paid heavy fees tu he
iiir.-il in n sliint time, have found they vvero ili-.-eived
nnd that the -POISON" has, bv the use of powerful
astringents" been dried up iu tlio system, to break out
in an aggravated I'nrin, uud perhaps niter marriage.
Use llelinbold's Extrae'. Ilm hu for all .ill'eitious .tud
diseases of Um Cnnury Organs, w ueilier exi.tiug iu
Mulo -Mid Female, irimi vvloitever cause originating and
no miiliirof how long Handing. 1
Diseases of these Organs requires the nid of it Diur-'
ctic, llelniboi,!' Hjirau lliichn is the- Greut Diuretic,
uud iscertiln to have desired ill'ict in ull Diseases fur
vv lm h ll is rei omiuendv-d.
Evidence of ihu must rqlialda nnd responsible char-1
ailer will accompany the inedliine.
Price 1 per Dultle, or 0 for $5.
Delivered to nny address, sr rurely packed from obser
vatloii. Dcscrlbu syiuptnms ill ull boiuiuiiniciniuiis.
Cuies guarituteed, udyiie giutls. Address leluls lor
II. II. IIEI.MHOLD, Chemliu
Ull South Ti nlh st , below Chestnut, Phila
IIEL.MHOI.D'S Mutual Depot.
IIELMUOLD'S limit ami Catmhal Warthousc,
.VII IlKOAIHV.lV, N).vv Yo.K.
Iliivvnru of Counterfeits and uiipiliitipleil dealers
who cui'cavur to disnoso "ol their own" i,n.i i ,.u,n.
articles on tho reputation attained by IlcliubnM's Gen
uine .'reparations, Etliutt Hucliu, Extract Sarsaparilin. i
improveu uiisu vvasn.
All Druggists Everywhere.
AKK FOR DEI MUOnil'S. TAKF NO OTHER
cut oul Ihe ndvertisameiil and tend lor it,
ur 8A ,aoVi'y ' "1,'otl"n" ma "romm
I Cheap G5ro2ory Store
HATS, CA1S A RIII S8BOs
riMlli undersigned having buughl out tho of6.,'
J David Btroup, has removed his lint and Can
up toHltoup's old stand, wluro in uddition to l
rlor assortment of
, FALL AND WINTER
',3 Hals and Gaps, S?
Dried Fruit, Jiultor,
Coal Oil, UrucJ
Tailor nnd Hand IJa,n'D,
Books, "Writing Pnpor & ink
Hardware and Ccdarivarc, '
P-ckcl A'm'va, Comb
i - .J'C, ()c, ,J-C( '
Together with n variety of articles generally kf,,, .
k A Ini tf 1 1 U Mrlliri. n
wl,r, 7e Invite, the til eiitloii o'f Hlino'tiiakcrs rj1!!'
(n,lic. mnKiri and t
JOHN K (1IRT0N.
Illoomiburg, Dec. S, W,3
Keep Your Evr
SECOND A lilt IV A I.
m NEW GOOIXS!
nlarged and greatly lumrnvcd 1,1 1 i.., n
I i nml "linked It with a large and suuerinr . i,lri
rfltl,Nt. Illlil f L II. llll II OUUIIS, WltlCll Will i tnlK,,
lovv' as at nny other establishment m tbeeuuutrv.
Gilicns at 10, 18, 20 and 23 cat s
Mmhis, Isliadird (Old lirown at 2.0, 2s
up la -Id (furs.
DRESS GO!)!) of ovmy shad- qi.,iu,
and price; a lull Hue of Demi-stir Guo,(.
vl . Ch-i ks, Hrlpes. Ticks Liniu-ii and fott.,,,
Table Diaper, Ginghams, Nanki-rns ,Ve ,v-r
good snpidy of Ladles Sh -en ami GaitT
New stuck of lints mid Cap,,
All U'ool Ingriiin and CoUiigc i nrjidx,
n splendid nttiele Just opened and lor sale
A fresh supply of
Groceries and Spices,
n now rit of
CADAlt AND WILLOW WAlt.
.MACK ERA I. by the ipmrti-r, half and wbob b,r ,
Noa. I nnd 2. meilltitii and large AKo. a lau. ,n
siileuilid asHorluieiit of
new designs. Also, a new lot ol 'i'RUN'KSntpl
Oil Cloth Sutclats.
llavine bought these goods belore the hi" rise
pri-Ji.in-il to sell low. iheup a- the cheapest l'or i.
WE STI.'DY TO !I.EASi:.
I'lnniiisbiirg, .May I.', luol
I The Berwick House.
lUnvvky Columbia co. P
"(Ti HE undersigned would rospei ifnllv nnnoiiii.--L'i!i;'
''"lends and Ihe public general, tliu
hav ing leased '.his well-know u liuuse hehisgivn ,
nthoriuieh ri novation. The rooms have been rn i-.,'i
eil iindthe eutiri establishment eti-gantly- refurui le
lleing pleasantly nnd eligibly Inriied, an l pruvn'
wllh nil the requisite convenient es. it olTurs In Hi
public the eombised atlv.iulagu. of
A Firsl-Class OoieL-
MIS T.UJIX will .ilwuva In- Mtppli.-il uiili ihe hn,t!li
niiirki'H ntl'iinl. nti-l HIS IMUuilli thi- tli-iciftti
lunr Truvl it, ilniv.-r-, if.inihti,r'!. Imiir t K
iit-riMijiiioii.ii I'll tn u 'in ral t-;itlfiiriiMn. I'lirt'Cil .hmI
LoiniiHMl.i iinr Hitnll" tn tilmij-r. tu .'tltt'iirJniM-w, Staltin;
lha niit ii(iiipl-tu niitl txltMifivf In bi-nion
J. 1'. SlUBET.
Mny '.'. I "ill.
MORE MEN WANTED 1
, REVOLUTION IN HIGH Pll'UEV
AT PETER ENT'S STORE,
ix i.ki nr uritr.nr, coi.i'miiii awxrv. n
HAS just rvceived frnm Philadelphia, nud i
opening nt the old siaitd late y occupied by Main
& Eut, a splendid assortment of
vvlinli will be sold cheap tot
CASH OR COUNTRY PRODUCE.
His stockconsi-tsof Ladies Diets Goods choicest stjlm
and latest fashions
REAU1' MADE CLOTHING.
Tin cud, &u.
BOOTS ,i SHOES. HATS ,t CAV.
In shop s-pery thing itsunliy kept m a country tier"
I'liuiititioiinge of old Iriemls, uud Hie public 'gen n1
ly, is rosp-ctrully sojined.
The liigheit market price paid for country pro In'
Light Street, April 31 l srj I. I l-i Ell ENi
lfl3 W F.4 K 5l -IO RP.
FOR SPllNG ,f. SUMiMEW.
lll'j Rubxorilier has iust received a
tis'tortment of lli,si,-,v 'I s,nii,iinn n,,,i v.-.vr.a -ill
S IS IP a V tTi 3&
a l a u j
An other nolinns. tn which she Invites tho attootn'i
I oi uu- i.iiuii-s generally.
aWhtelt r ,t WllsntiV Sowing Mnchlnes fur sl.
! Alvn-Sunday Si liiuil Hooks and Hibles.
,,,.., .ni. ,mun a nuir uesiorcr wnicli win givu
' gray its natural color,
I A. I). WEI'.H
I . Next Door below Court llou.s
JIlQonuburg. May 21, If 01,
- .,, t. ......
. i iiisiiuiKi, buiuiui-rciui uoiicge,
Stratiun.Hryanl i. Co,. " '
These Scrips, are iuumoiiiiU of $16 and 30 and atl
issoinuch cash, by the Student on cntring either '('"
UllOVU Colleges. Yoiinif nu-n ili-alrinr mol.tiiln a lllllsli
rd Collegiate Education, will here find a good ipcrnO
, limi hy applvingut tlio nllice rfthe
1 May I lii6t COLUMBIA DliMttCUA I
Miiu suy qj' .kjl tsy o