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oiatlierlng and Keeping Applco.
In order to secure soundness and pre
ecrvntioD, it is indiepcnenbly ncocrinry
that Iho fruit should, bo gatlicroil by hand,
Tor Winter fruit tho Cllheriug il dolflYCtl
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Bl lonif as POSilbto. avoidmi! sevorc frOJtS.
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and tho most BUCCOSsTul nraOtICQ Willi our
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CXteriSlV orchardistl IS to plaCO tllO COOU
fruit dircotltiin n careful manner, in new,
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tight flour barrel;, ns SOOn at gatnereu
from the trco. Thcso barrels should bo i
geatly shaken while filling, and tho head
olosely pressed in ; thoy aro then placed
in a cool, shady cxpoeuro undur a hcd
open to the ir, or on tho north side of a
building, protected by a covering of board
OTcr tho top,whoro they remain for a fort
night, or until the cold becomes too esvero,
when they are carefully transforrcd to
COol, drv cellar, ill whioll airmail bo ad-
mitt.srl nnnn,.!nnntl v in hrmlr wnttinr.
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rciy or sanuy Boii,wim,ii pojfi-,
A cellar tor tnis purposc.snouiu do uiicr
in dry gravely
ble as lopa to tho north, or.any rate, with
opening on tho north sida lor the aduuss-1
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ion f air rory rarely m wcaihor not ex-1
cessivoly cold. Ilore the barrels should
be placed on tiers on their sides, and the
cellar should be kept as dark as possibls.
In such a cellar, ono of tho largest apple
growers in Duchess county is able to keep
the Greening apple, which, in the fruit
room, usually decays in January until the
first of April, in tho freshest and finest con
dition. Some persons place a layer of
clean rye straw between every layer of
apples, whun packiog them in barrels.
Wash for Buildings.
At a recent meeting of tho New York
Farmer's club, Solon llobinssn rocoiu
mended a durable was ns follows : Slako
ono bushel of good lime and make it in
to whitewash by addtug 40 gallons of
water also add 20 pounds of tpanish
Whiting, 17 pounds of nnlt, and 12 pounds
u r ' 1
lTn l,n nldini'nn la fn 1
W U.M.bM MUIIIIL J W
coating the surface, the salt making it
penetrate the wood, and the sugar to ren
der it adhesive This is doubtless a good
wash for interiors, but we question if it
is to adapted for out-door work,or where
constantly exposed to rains and
i- e. .
413 SOme Other applications. After trying
we have found the following; tho
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utok ; iutx inrt-u puuiii ui kouu trtsu wai- ,
cr lime with ono peck of very fine
clean sand and half a peck of salt.
water snough to make a good wash, and
apply with a brush, stirring frequently.
A single coat will last several years,espe
cially, if applied to rough boards. There
is no kind of wash,however, and probably
never can be, that is equal in durability
and perfection to oil paint, through which
water can never pass, whilo all the differ
ant washes arc soaked through by every
long rain. Tho lime, however, penetra
ting tho pores of tho wood,greatly increa
ses its durability, and if occasionally re
peated when needed, is scarcely inferior
in this respect to oil paiut.
Storing Potatoes for Winter.
When potatoes aro to be put away in
pits, care bhould be taken to keep them as
dry as possible, and to ventilate the pile
.so that no confined air shall tcmain. The
best method is to select a high dry ridge,
and when tho pile is formed. give it a thick
covering of straw, grass or stalks, with a
euCicitDt thickness of earth to render them
securo from frost,and then cover the w'holc
with plauk so as to turn off the water iutr
trenches, which ahould surround the heap.
In forming the pilu, a tube or several ol
them, aci-srdiug to the length of tho pit
should bo extended iuto li e body of the
heap uud reach to tl'e top of the earth, fot
lh escape of heated air. These may bt
flvo or teu inches squaro, and in very cold
weather, the opening should be closed
with a bundle of straw or hay. Without
this precaution, potatoes that are design
ed for seod,aro as much injured as if they
wero intended for tho table. Beforo plan
ting time they are so mueh grown that
their strength and vigor ar so oxhaui-ted
that the second growth is much woakei
Uhan the first, causing fllendcr,siokly vine,
.and a,grcatly diminished crop.
Except the covering of plank, turnip
and other roots should be ttured and yen
filiated in tht saino mannor.
A Good Smokehouse.
We lately observed a well-planned
emokchou.o on the premises of a good
farmer, worthy of a brief description. It
was shout mx tact tnuar, lite jower half
built of liru'kjurrUL ij vv Ii nu tnui lined
door, and borving as s.i n,u Jionsu and
place for the lira Thf upper part, about
four feet high besides the ascent of tho
roof , was ma-Jo of wood. It was sencrated
from the lower part by scaating joists, a
6paco of two or throe inhrs between them
through which sinoka and air could freely ,
pass', but sufficient to oatch any ham that I
minhf actiidentallv fall, mnl thui It
from tho aro The upper part, as well as
Ihrt lstrle tl' M A n t a i . I tin .1 f
tvuu tunvit moo bUtt.cu UV U UUUr IrOQl
tho outside i thus upper door may be '
kaptlookfld, ercept whon admitting orl
Wllb-lraWIDi; hams J but tho lower may bo
ten uuiucKeu, lor tue uireaman to build
firas. without any danK.r of the contents
ao?ve ioinirstojcn,i tne tniet cannot nana
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UP DE GRAFF'S
BTI3 ANI HAK INFIMHAKY,
(On tfc Bqunrt.Thtie Hoots from Btesle's licit I
WITjTCESTI ARRE . PA.
riIIIS INSTUT10N i now opened Mid
a . . .i ..-' x :
1 furnished In the moit costly ttylc. Reception,
Private and OpttatingRootnt ate largo, convenient and
well ndaptcd. Tim Surgical npnttment cnntaltit Ilia
Illicit collection of Instrument! In this country, and
thin Ills Ifscu iieswni man a iiiiiiin niece any una nil
emergencies In practice Hp will operate upon nil tlie
various mrnis oi niji.s iim.r-D, c niamri, uccnion oi
the Pupil, Cross Eyes, Closure cif llio Tear Duct.1, In
ver iuri of the Eyellde, Pterygium, &c., Ac. Anil will
treat nil forms of Sorei, Eye Granule,! Lids. Opaccilot
uf tho Cornea, mid Scrofulous diseases of the I'.ye In
pettier with mi the discuses to wiiicii tin Eje it sub-1
llinrNHiJS -AVill trentnllthe (lleaei coniinon to
the organ. l)Urliar;ra from tho l.nr. Nolsct in tin! I nr
Catarrh, dllllcultyofhcarlng.luml Heartiest even where
the Drum In destrtsyed. Will Insert nn artificial one
answering neatly Ml the purposes orthennturnl.
DISEASES OF Till! 'IIIROAT. All disease! cum-1
monto tho Throat anil Nose will be trentcil
GENERAL Sl'lllIHHY, lie will opernlo upon Club
rcct, Unit up, cin raiiuio, Tumors, cancers, Eniar. ,
gadTonclli, f Plastic operation by hcallhg new'
ncitl ,, ,terotnieil parts, and General Surgery of
"mViiNi. hinMVu!nMTirrii"eC iii nerform "i.abiua i
llttln nr nu pnln, Oiitofinany hundred operated upouln
Huston tln-ru na men in, taiiuret.lt Having incline
pcrf' 1 1 nppioballnn of ull whnhavn submitted In It
ARTlFIt AL EYES. Wlllluscrtnrtinclnl Eyce giv
ing them thi iiintlou and expression of tin: natural.
Theynru Intert'd nllli the least pain.
HEMORRHOIDS, U'ilca.J-Tlilatroubleioine di(cac
It roaillly cured. 'J'limo aulTerlng fromlt will do well
Ilr Up lie RrnfT vlaltt Wllkes-Ilarre with view of
balliling up n ptriiiaiient luMitutc for the treatment of
the live. Car ami (ienerul Hiiruery. The experience of
more than n nuarlur of it conniiv In llofiilln nndKoner.
nl praclu'r,lie liopen, will bun nullielcnt guaruntec to
thoe who may bo disposed to employ lilm,
,ioy 14. jHu4.tr.
jLauuitt.iiiiiii a, uiuiiiuMiurii
AN) Arri K j an. i-. mt. v,
Lai'lv.'lW.'lllll.'l iV UlOOmSllUrR Railroad
rs and Arrnt jan. i-, jm, i-assunoeu
J THAINS WILL RUN AS FCIiLOWHl
a so r. M.
M'nomsburg . . . .
' " llainlllc
Arrive at Northumberland, .
, " li.mtlllc, ....
! " Itupcrt
1 " lllooinsburg . . . .
I " Kingston, ....
Arrive at bkriinton
aim a. m
12.1 tl 1. M I
l reight ts. Passenger leaves lllonmshurg, 1U.I0 A. Si.
1'asseugers taking Hie Vail Train South conned with
the llxpress train from Nnrth'd, arriving at llarrishurg
nt 2.3U A. M., Ilalliiimre T.no A. .M and at Philadelphia
at T.W) A M. Thi .Vail train from Noithiiniberland
leaves Inmicdlalely after tlie Uxpnss train from liar
riburg and K.-iltftnnre, allow inir rnssencers leaving
1'hlladelphh nl III. 101'. M. to reach points on this road
during thd next forenoon.
New and ilegtint Sleeping ears accompany the night
trains enen ivny neiwecn ioriuuinoeriauu nnu i.nm
more, uud Norlliuiuberland and Philadelphia.
II. A. roXIIA. Supt.
J. 0. Wells, Oen'l Ticket ent.
Kingston. January 3n. IM'4.
FRESH A It It IV A L
iSprinn anD Summer
"7 HE undersigned, grateful for past pntronnge, rcspec
I fullv Infornis hlscustuiners and thepubllcgeiierally
il rii ir,m.i,r.ri,.tinnersiiiid thenulillceeiierallv
fiTnt t.o im. in, pn.aiu.,1 frntn tlm Itnstorna cities, llio
nriricl nn1 lun.l liit alnrK OI
That has vet been opened in nioomsbnrg, tn whiui he
Invites the attention of his friends, ntul nstures them
ithnt they niu offered for sale nt great bargains. Ills
in.ii uiey mu luii-feii iui puis n ski
Stock comprises a large, nsburlmont of
Irrlnllnii! Pants. Vests. Shirts. Cravats Htscks. Cotton
I Handkerchiefs. Gloves. KusiiciiiI-ts. &c.
SZ. U h , k.,.m,i..,.. I
Gold Watches and Jewelry
Of every description, fine and cheap.
N. II. Kemcmber " Loicatberp's Cheap Emporium.'
call and see. No charge for examing Goods.
nioomsbnrg, April It, I8G1. (June IsSI )
J. P. CVEIt. L SI. MOV Ell-
New Drug Store,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
THE undersigned would inform their friends nnd the
public genernlly.that they nave taken the stand for
merly occupied by Ceo. ,M. Ilimcnboch, iu the Exchange
llmlding, on Main street, in llloouisburi', where he has
Just receivcu a full supp.y of
Drtiys', !72i'(liciim, S'.iiiiis, (tils,
JLnnijis, &c ,
Whhh w ill bo sold on moderate terms for ready pny.
Also, NOTIONS generally, of every variety, sortuud
Physicians' prescriptions carefully compounded, at
nil times and on short notice.
rT- Confectionciy sf the best selections, and Soda
Water in season.
L7 A share of the public custom is respectfully so
idled. EYEIl .MOYElt.
(Iloooiiliurg, April 11, 1603. .
PHILADELPHIA & ERIE
a A & n 21, o A 33 s
This great lino traverses the Northern and North
west counties of Pennsylvania lu the city of Erie, on
It lias been leased by the Pennsylvania Railroad
Company, uud under their auspices is being rapidly
opened tliroui'hout its entire length.
U is now la usn for P.Msenger and Freight business
from llarrishurg to Emporium, ill'i nilli)on the East,
cru Division, and froiubhetlicld to Eriu (7C miles) on the
TIMS. OK rtbSEKOKR IfcllM AT KO.aTUO'MBCSLAKO.
Mail Train leaves, EaU u 3-j . M.
Expreis Train " " 10 5. P. M.
.Mail " ' West 5 i-i "
Express 7 m ,. M.
Cnrs run through without riuni lioth ways 011 tlieso
traius bilwecn Philadelphia and Lock llnveii, and
ll.iltimoru ami Loik lluven. Now nml rlegiiit t?leci
lug Cars nceompauitig the Exprer3 Train both ways
ueiwecn i niiamspori nnu itaiumore, ana tviiuams-
port nnu rniiaiteipuiu,
For information respecting P.ner nner business, np
plyntthcH. E. l.'nr. lllii nnd Market Sis.
And for Freight biislnessnf the Company's Agents
H. II. Kingston, Jr.. Cor,13lh and Market Sts., Plul'a
J. W. Iteynolds, Erie.
J..M. Drill, Agent N. C. U: U., naltltnore.
II. IL Houston, Ceii'l. Freight Agt , Philadelphia,
Lewis !. lloupt, Gen'l. Ticket Agt Philadelphia.
Joseph I). Potts, Gen'l. .Manager, Williuinspurt,
May 7 ItHil.
THE CREAT WOItLU'S r'AIlt EXIilUITlON HELD
J. LONDON Ifal.
TIIOS. W. AIATTSON
al fnr Ills sitnerinritv over all V A ?'. '
cKinpetilloiu iu the United I ,"'yirVVtS!5
Slate, for his improvements Jr -VVrtii 1
Tl AVJ-IHilS TrliilKS,
lie belnc the Inventor and MtScjsSWiSl
Manufacturer of Ela.ticstenl
Spring solid Sole Lenlherand solid Riveted Iron Frame
Travelling iruuns, v antes, t.ud es Hat Cases, ( arpet
Itags. I.eullier Hue., Umbrellas and Hobby Horses,
Hoys' Rigs, Propellers, Wheelbarrows. -c, which he
is prepared tn sell at the lowest manufacturinc prire.
The innt extensive Truuk and Carpet Hag .Manufactur
er in Philadelphia.
4U2 -MAKKLT STREET, one door abeve Fourth.
. , South side, PHILADELPHIA,
t7Sales room on the first floor.
C5"Trunks neatly repaired or exchanged for new
ones. Call and see, as wc sell very cheap for cash.
irWIE undersigned, having taken tho Espy Hotel,
X lately kept by Mr. E Howell, would respectfully
I nfurm his friends audthe public In general, that no
, pains win oe spareu mr tne satisfactory entertainment
of all who may tuvur him wiih.iticlr cuitom.
Espy, April 8.JS6I,
5Je 3fB I'T'Kt
ATTORNEY AT LAW
0ce ,n c ASZUd by
1 II I
momth Dec- lsja-
LEATHER 1 I FATTr i?n 1 1
h m t.ioporium, on mam hi., niooms
Z ': r V,: " nn oi leatner, such ai
r: l: z:.i:v .u-J,H!ir"",,no ''''''"npif
i ' vou mu omnisi ijism for your? vs
Bl'tVnVVrVg'MnV W, McV4. "OUTW.
DR. BOnCMOH'B OWN L'ABE,
WHILE LAIlOniNO UNDBlt CONSUMPTION,
hiw his ?"lmMJe Sfatcccd
'iinfr. ntir JUniitrttkfi ' se ni
ie System, n curing that dis
ease, and the
nTT.iArn cjTTnnr.'aa JV'I"P V VnTV im I
UlvliAl Cs UUUI'jOO A 1 J. lUH DliN U li 1
I To above Is n eorn ct llkenem of I)r Pchenck taken
many yearn ngo, aOer lie had recovered from Conminp
linn .' by n course of his 'HdiKNrK'ii l'ffcfoNicBvRDr',"
'I liellkene, nlllio.ijt it does net represent hminny
thluc like ns bad n he was at tho worst, yitllls in
Urmig contrast with the hale and ignru I'nikaof thn
l'nrtralt below, which Istlietruo likeness of hlmnt tho
present time. The enntrnst between these twn por
traits It fo creat that many would not believe them to
bo the mine person. Yet them are hundreds of per.
1 sons, in and around riiilniMphia, who will recognise
noiii portraits tone true representations, When the
, w.a".,"!tc.n. '' w' lched ln7 pounds iut the present
mi.. iuii rmimis.
Nirr Vonit, Wednesday, .March 30, 1H01.
Thirty yenrs ngo I wna In the last stages of Pulmon
ary Consumption, and glvin up to ille. I resided in
riiiiuiicipinn. nnu nr, J nepli rarrisli, l.lcn nfthis city,
on ered mo to .Mnrcowu, X. J n distance of nhic
i miles, which took me two days to get there. On my ar
rival I was put to bed, mid there laid lor many weeks,
, This was my native place, where all my family lived
nml had died of Consumption. Dr. Thornton, who at
tended my fjlhor in his Inst illness, was called, nnd
gro me one weeH to fix up my affairs. He had seen
all my fauill) go that way, nml thought I was to so.too.
,'ll.rtn I ,Anr,l ,.f ,, ,.,., ,,o I nrf;,. f ,u I... ,.
' --...-'' . ". ....n -u iiik hiu1
them penetrating my whole system,
I They soon ripened the n, alter on my lungs, and I
wonld spit off mnro tlmti a pint of offensive yellow mat
ter every morning. As soon as that hi gnu to t-ubside,
my couch, fever, pain, night sweuis-all beg.in to leave
1 me. and my appetite became n great that it win with
difficulty! roiilil keep from eaiinc too much. I snmi
gained my btrength. and I have been growing in flush
eversinci'. r or many years I tiavo enjoyed unintcr
rupted good heallli. keeping the liver nnd stomach
healthy w ith thuSeaweed Tonicninl Mandrnko Pills.ns
I inn of ubilinus temneriiinent. Mv weight is twolmn
dred and twenty pounds. On my ncovery people would
i send for me, fur and nenr, to see if tlieireuses were
-' i i--- vj i,iu,i?-i.ni,u !sus
'argn . ciues.
I lie (ou-uiiiitlves wish in ee ihe
one that makes these medicines. ami who wns cured nf
consumption by them. To uiakcuuw lungs is Impossi
ble ; bill ravines in Ihe limes and chronic olecranons
of tlu bronihial lubes can bo healed Such cases nro
d ing hniirlv under tlm ordinary treatment nf physi
cians, nn 1 jiiel null are tured Lj the proper usn of
Scliein k's Pulmonic riyrup. Seaweed Tunic, and .Man.
urasi; i ins.
I am nor.' a healthy
middle lobe of Ihe ill!
Ihy man, with n large cavity in tho '''I'lUMn'i'M.1 vl:li;t,,t-u ' "'"''vely for
right lung.tlie lower lobe very much J 1-Dl.Nri.MOItL, Nu I'll Uroadwuv New oik
ilcte adhesion of the pli-uru. Tho Cu"' l'f al1 Uriiggisls,
hepatlxed und complete adhesion uf the pli-uru. Tho
left lung is sound, and the upperlobenf the right inns
is in a tolerably healthy connitinn. Tbe great reason
why physicians do not cure consumption is they try lo '
do too much ; they give medicines to stop thueoii;'h, tn I
slop chill, tostopnight sweats, hectic fever.and, bv so
doing, they derange the wholo lli':e1lvo nnwets. 1,'irk. I
inguptlie secretiuiis, and eventiiull) the patient sinks
nml dies. Alterl make a cirelul examination of iho
palic.nt with the rtespirouietcr. and Hud lungs ennusli
lilt to cure, 1 direct tho p.ilieut how to usethe three
ii'inedi's Itetiu, c the imisu nn.l t'uy will nil stnpnf
their own accord. No uno can be cureil of cuiiHimp
lien, liver c mplaint, dysptpsla, c.ilarrh, canker, nl
ceiitied'throiit, unless the liver umt stniuach are made
healthy. Iu New England tins eauher, elirmiie catarrh,
ulcerate ! throat, elongatimi of uvul.i, is more prea
lent than iu mi) oilier section of the countiy. This is
frequently caiiwd by u loul etnurich. m i ny burn
it out with cau-lic nine mnl acain, itiin -lit lli.-y ni.l
get is tiiuporary rtln f Coir .it the slomaih mid liver,
nnd thry will iie.il iiplhem.elves.
Good null itiuu is ihu remedy, if you have any dis
ease in nny part of the body, it will r.mnin there and
decay limn and in, ire until you can gnliho slom.uh iu
the innilitiou to digest food, and make new bluod to
laku ihe place of dixcm-ed mailer. This is the only
way to heal cavities in the lungs nnd ulcerated bron
chial tubes. Correct the stomach and liver, and naturn
will do the healing. .Many persons h.ivo nn idea that
certain medicines are great purifiers of the blood.
When blood is once diseased it cniiuot bu purified lit
is disiasedthu same us Iho diseased mailer iu tho
system ; but gel the apparatus in order, the liver ami
stomach, nnd give it plenty or nourishing loud, il will
make new blood, winch will lake the plaeo oftli.it
whii.li is diseased.
tiihenck's Pulmonic s) rup is one of tbe best prepa
rations uf iron iu use, it is n powerful tunic of itself,
uud w hen the Heaweed Tonic i'iskuIus Ihe minus iu
the stomach, ami it is c.inie.l olfb) tho aid of tlm .Man.
drake Pills, tin. Pulmonic Syrup is m.ido into blood,
This is me only way to cure consumption. If I ran
not gel acnod appetite and food does nut dize.t I can
not cure tho patient Nevermind the euugh ! remove
thucnus. and it will stop of itselt, 'lln is lie; most
tmnblu I liiivu with iny patients nt my rooms They
say. "Iloclnr, 1 fed i.roiii'ur ; 1 can "eat my night
sweats are b, tier, and I fei I belter every way , but my
lougli is so bad yit j" and they nru us'.nui.nl to hour
iuu ny that does nut matter ; remove the cu'Jre nnd
it w ill slop il.elf. Scheuck's rieawied iri dlet a i"oud
appelilu iu ubuut nine d.i)s, when (Urn: Is tin oilij; dis
ease, unless the liver is so eouesiud ,l.nt llio Mun-
draku fills cannot unlock the iltn t C( the jail bladder
in that short space uf tune, m i rdu- I'.' allow the stale
bile lo pass on" Keep tie, liver and tlm stomach
healthy uud there is le.s danger id consumption or any
other disease, It is liarcito take mid when those or
gans are healthy. Those that are bilious. low spirited,
dredry, feeling stupid, coated tongue, puor appetite,
nervous, .lomncli full of wind, everything that iseat
en lies heavy loss of memory, try one bottle uf
rjCIIENCK-a tIEAWEEl) TONIC, nnd one hoi of
S IIESi'K'S MANDRAKE PILLS, It is only a cost of
onu dollar and tweuty-ll,u cents, with full directions.
This is sutficient. in man) cases, to satisfy w hut tho
medicines ore. Frequently one bottle innkus u great
change in the system. Any person that i njoys ordina
ry health, by ti.lug the ticnweeil Tonic and .Mandrake
Pills octasionilly, must get the digotlivo organs In
such u healthy condition that they beconui fleshy. I
can produce a number of my old consuniptivopalienls
now enjoying good health, weisbmg nearly ittW pounds
1 will conclude by relating throe cures 1 liau: inado in
New ork, and which uroull dillerent, nml wish any
one who In Is any Interest in the matter tn visit Ilium
l irt is Sirs. 1'urluw, lusnliug tlieu nt No. 107 Houston
strict. Her Imsbiind called unon iuu nl inv room. 31
lluud street, and wished tne turll t,h.i i,if ii
said I could do no good , that he hud all the best medi
cal utteiidar.ee. and ull said she wns too far gone with
Consumption tn ho cured ; but she had heard of some
great cures I had made, and lie desired tu gratify in r
wishes. 1 called, uud found her l)ni(t confined to her
bed in the lust stage of bronchial consumption, and
without doubt must have died soon, 1 examined her
lunfs.fuund both bnuuhial tubis very inuili atfectca,
but no cuvities had formed, herewith was very severe,
Ihe spit-box was half full of thick pus, Pulse III), legs
swollen very inuchj uud wofo Hum all. she had rhru.
iiie dlarrhcea. Her buwls hud been moved eleven times
that day. I told her she had lungs enough to be cured,
but that this diarrhcea had been longstanding, and loir
stomacliwas iu such an ulcerated condition that I wus
afraid nothing could be done, he jnsistud 1 should
try unddowliutl could lor her. observing that she
would not last long in the condition she wns iu,
and t could not mako her any worse. 1 gave her lir.t
adoseol my Muudrake Pills, and the tonic and Syrup
freely. That was on Tuesday, and by the next Sunday
the dlarrhcea was carried off, hcroppetile had returned
and rhe could sit up in bed and eat lier dinner. Shots
now well, and guve me a long certificate, certified to
by the Itcv. Dr. Howling,
.Mrs.llarthuloinew.fca tVesi rnriv.finii iiiwi. nuns
to my rooms with a tumor on her liver, fihe wus low
spirited, skin sallow, toiijuo coated, bowelicostive.no
oppetue, and lust sinking' into tlm grave. The said
tumor hud been ruiikir.g over fourteen years, I guve
' her Syrup, Tonic uud Pills, and told her to laknilicm
Justa (he directions were printed. Hhe came, back to
my rooms. 3.' liouil street in twn weeks, suoieuhut
better , lier longue had begun to dean a little around
tho edges. her skin whiter and her eyes brighter, end
tho tumor discharging very oflensivo matter, much
faster than it had ever done before, She kept gradu
ally improving, and in about mo months slit, came to
my rooms very tnuca frightened, sating that the tumor
had nearly slopped running, and was healing up, and
Hint every doctor had told her that if it ever healed it
would cause her death. I told herihat thoi'lseiisa had
a'l lift lur system, and nature would heal the ulcer up,
'I h, nr.. .... 1... .. l . . . - . .
. , ...... iicuiuu.auu usve nera tur aouuiayear,
end beii Nearly 4 roturt uipmtsu jrsju xrtU
tier, snd takes trest pains to visit any one lint she
hears hit anything like her ease, nnd trie to get
them to come and see me. The next easels Miss ren.
field, from Stamford, Conn, Mrs. naitholomcw got her
down to see me, ami she lias Men ever since at her
bouse, When she first nunc tn my rioms, she was
much emaciated with a distressing cfliihi spitting large
quantities of blood, I examined her lungs with the
tcspirnineier, ana in nu my practice never totinu one
with one lung so far gone nml the other lung mi sound,
I could not give much encouragement, I thought she
would die but toiny astonishment the Pulmonic. Hyrnp,
Heawecd Tonic, and Mrthdiake Pills all seemed tn go
rleht to work, the lung Is all dialed over, leaving n
cavity as large ns n goose egg j good nppelite, fine i
spirits, ana nas cameo some iiiirty-nvo poiinns hi
weight. Hhe has some cough yet, will li I do nn not
think will leave her tnlore June. 1 should think II
would be of great Interest lo some ilnpMuillccd pity
clclan to vllt these cases, particularly Miss Bcnfleld,
or nny of theinwhn have been cnrdtl by my medicines.
1 h-y aro numerous In New York , but Iho filnvo Inrte
all differ from enih other! and if my meillrlnis are do
ing what I represent they are, they should hnvo tna
credit and the afflicted know wlo ro nnd how th-y may
be cured. J. II. tU'lllINCK, M, I).
Ilr J II, Bchrntk enn hi' found nt his principal olficc,
r?o, M North Mb Htrect, Philadelphia, every ralurdny,
friwirj A. M uhtll S P. M., tn cive advice, free of
charge but lor n thoinugli exiiniThatlnn he charges
three dollars Trice ofthe Pulmonic Pyrup nn.l Hea.
wecd'l ouic each 9125 per bottle, or $11 the half dotcn,
Mandrake Pills '-5 cents per box, and for sale by all
Druggists and Dealers.
June II, l:G!.-l y.
IRON IN THE BLOOD.
It Is well known totho medical firor.-sl,,ti that tnrw
Is the Vital Principle or Life I'lcnicnt ofthe blood.
This Is detived chrefly from the food wc eat i but if tho
food Is not prepcrly digested, or Iffromnnv cause nli.it.
ever, the necessary quantity of Iron Is not taken into
me circulation, or tiecoines reuiiced, llio whole system
suffers. The had Mood will irritate the heart, will
clog up the lungs, will obstruct the liver run' will send
its diseusu-hroduclnit elements lo all nnrts of the
tern, and every ono win sullcr 111 whatever urgliu may
X lie great vatuu oi
lttOK AS A DIKiliriMj
is well known nnd acknowledged bv nil mcdlcnl men
The difficulty lias been to obtain such n lirennrntlnn n
it ns will enter the circulation and nssimltate ntoncc I
Willi the liiooii. This point, says Dr. Hayes, Masacli
usi tts State Chemist, has been uttained in tlm Peruvi
an rj r n 1 , by cniiiliitintiou in a way before unknown,
TIIH riMliVIAN SVlilll'
is n Protected solution of the Protoxide of hon a New
Discovery in .Medicine that Strikes nt the Hoot nf Ilia
ease by supplying the blood with its Vital Principle or
TIIH PBARDVI.V SYRUP
Cures Dyspcpjla, I.iver Complaint, Dropsy Fever and
Ague, Loss of liner) gy, Low Spirits.
THE PERUVIAN SYRUP
Infuses strenstlt.vlsror nn.! new lift; into the system, and
uuiiiiD upau "iron uotisuitutoii,
THE PERUVIAN SYRUP
Cures Chronic Diarrlioa, Scrofula, lloils, Scurvy, Loss
vi ijoiisiiiiu'ouai t igur.
THE PER U VIA N S YR UP
Cures Ncr7ous AflVclionsjremnleCoinpInlnts, and all
THE PER UP I AN Sl'RUP
Is a specific, for all diseases originating in n hnd Kt.nn
oi ,ne uioou, or uccompanied by Debility or a l.ow Slate
ot the System.
Pamphlets containing certificates of cures nnd recom
meudalious from some ofthe most eminent Physicians
Clergymen, ami others.will be sent Free to anaddress
Wo select a few ofthe names to show llie character
of tiki testimnmils.
JOHN 11. WILLIAMS, LSll.,
Prcsldont ofthe .Metropolitan Hank, New York.
Itcv. AIICI. STLVUXS.
Late Editor ChrUtaiu Adi urate and Joarnal.
Ituv, P CHUItCII,
Editor New York Chronicle
Hev John Picrnout.
Lewis Johnson. M n.
Ilev Warren burton,
Itcv Arthur II Fuller,
llev Cordon Kohbina,
Itcv Sylvnuus Cobb,
llev. T. Starr King,
Rev I phrnim Nute, Jr.,
Itcv Joseph II I'IiikIi,
ltev. Henry Upturn,
llev P C Hundley.
UOswell Kinney M I),,
S K Kendall M 1).
W U Chl-holm, M D.
i'rnniis Dunn, ,M 11.
Jeremiah Stone, M, !
Jose Anns S.tiiihes M n.
Abraham Wendell ,1 D.
A A Hayes, Ai D.
J It i liillon, M D.
Ilev John W Olmest.Md,
II, E. Kinney, .M 11,
No lamilyShould bu Without it, OutyJccntabox.
roa s . lb uv
J. P DIN'PMOKF, Sni'H Ilriudwnv, New York.
S W FOWLE : CO No, I- Trcinont 41 llnstmi
And by nil Druggists uud C'ouulrv Slrockc cpurs.
.May It, lidl-IJiu,
'hie new Ron:nv store.
iMORE FltESH tiOODS.
,h(ft received at ttrusmt s' Ntw Store.
HclTS AND CAPSc
FEED AND PKOA'ISIONS.
'Ingelhur with a great inriety of notions and etcetc
I as, too numerous to uieii' inn.
1 -littler, l.ggs, Me it and produce generally taken
i l eichmigc fur goodi,
A. II, ERASMUS.
H.ooinbur .May 0, IHH
S'I'OVE AND TIX-WAHE SHOP.
'J'HE undersigned would inform the citir.ensof
nioomsbnrg and iciuity, that ho hasjust re
Jg4 cived and ull'ers for sale one ofthe mustextciisivu
SV. assortinents of COOKlNtiand FANCY STOVEd
ever introduced into this market. The Christopher C
umbus, J nines Itobbatnl (iloboarc among the first class
cooking Stoves, nil of which aro air-tight and gas burner '
His Parlor stoves are handsome nml the assortment vs
ried. AI-O- Particular attention is paid to Tin-Wari.
nnd House Spouting, upon abort nutico. All kinds of
repairing will be done with neatness urn! despatch.
tCr" Country produce taken in exchange for work. !
PHILIP S. MOYEK.
Hloomsburg, May 10, 1EC2. I
BELL tk ALLABAChI Ptoprielors.
TlffP D .f'PA' PPiVP'iVT VA 7VIA A V
- .j . , .
WASHINGTON, D, Oi
a, v, VAOL.
A, It. THOMPSON,
No. 43 North Wharves,
(D-BUTTEU, CHEESE. II A M H, ice. ai
Nov. 14 IfiisJjsjino.
JOHN 0. YEAGER,
MANI FAOTUREIl4i WHOLESALE DEALEIl IN
STRAW GOODS, RONNEIS AND
ARTIFICIAL I IsOWEKS,
No, 257 North Thin. Street Pbila'd.
Nov '.'9, m'i
ROOKS, DOCUMENTS, PAMPHLETS
and Speeches i and eoplet of Hie United States, and
Slate Constitutions, u urjovs tyles. nlwayt on hand.
. John U. FltEEZB.
ooratburg, Nov. r, Hill
IlOWABtH AS!b UlClATlOiV,
Disease of thtNervcut, Setrnnal, Urinary, and Sex,
nal Systems new nnd ri 'iable treatment -in ro.
portt ofthe HOWARD ASSOf I ATIQN isnt by mail
in Sealed leller envelons. f.M .f l,.,,,0 A,i,l.u.. t.
J. SKI LI. ING IIOUailVpN. I owjrd Ascierattoii. No,
JBCdiljlVJiltli tstwt', ntfleiltii Sit! P., 7
IF YOU WANT TO BUY
Crrasy's Store, in Light Street, I'a,
Who Keeps all Kindt of
Paints, Ac, kc.
In addition tn our large stock of Dry Coods, wc have
a laigc and full assortment of Ready .Made Clothing
lor ien and Hoys wear which wo are determined to
sell cheaper th.in can be bought elsewhere. Call and
seo, and Judge for yourselves.
II. W. CIIEABY k CO.
Light Street, AprlMJ, ltfOl,
'IMIE iinderslgneiris nisn extensively entered til the
.1 Undertaking Justness, and kecpsconstantlv on hand
nil for sale ut his Wnromoms, a largo assortment of
Ily which he is enabled to nil orders on presentation
Also Keeps n good Horse and Ilenrro, and will at al
limes be ready to attend Funcrcls.
SIMON C. SII1VE.
Illnouisbi'rg, January SO, lti'J
Vr A VO r. nr t 'narwy
ri A l u cV W A I OUlM-
'.' HALAMANDEU SAFES, RI
' ' MOVED tn -Vo. Its South fourth
li-4 Street, Philadelphia, huvc on
. . .'.f"L """s'lusii iisrorimeui ot rire
,"' ';s-'i , 'I'hh'f proof Snlnniander Hafen.
'ji'-i.'.' U"' iro" 'b'0". for batiks nnd
.'h t 'ft. "on shutters Iron sash, all
.. -jv. nmk,., nftocii, Kqual to any made
in the I'nited (States.
Vie Safes in one fir, .lit came out rigt; icitA cos
tents in eood condition.
The Salamander Safes of Philadelphia against tin
EVANS & WATSON,
navo hx I the surest demostratioii in the following cei
Illicit- Hint their manufacture of Salamander Safes hi
nl l-i.gtli rullvwnrr.inted tin- repr si utatious which has
been miide of them ns rendering an titnluulited security
against the terrific element.
Philadelphia April IS. 1,-3(1.
.Iffjjrj I'.rans - Ii'sUon: tienth iueii-It nirords us
the highest satisfaction In state to you, that owing 'to
the very protective qualities of tin of the Hiil.iinaiuler,
Safes which we purchased of you some fhe month since
wo Hived n large portion of Jewelry, and nil our books,
fce., exposed to tho eiilnniinous, fire in Ranstcail place on
Ihe morning of l Ik lltli lust,.
When ho relied ,'hst these s.if-s were Incnted in the I
fourth sfory ofthe building iv occupied and that they i
fell siib.ii'quently intou hi tip of burning ruins. whrri! the
vast concentration of the ,.,n caused ih brnss plates to I
inelt. we cannot but regard tliejiri'ser.'itlon of III ir val i
liable contents as most convincing proof of the great se
curity ailonled hy your sates.
We shall Hike great (d, asure iu recomin iidiu til' '
men of Ints-im ss ns a sure rvliaure ncaint lire. '
OHOItGE U. SIMMONS & I.Kit., .raa'.'c.t J
HVTlie) have since unrchnsed six large Safe.-. ,
1 July&i, lei.i'. AngtistCO Its'. '
TINWARE & STOVERS I10J'. "
fTMIK iimlprilcnod rppoct.lIy Inrnrnio hU clJ frlrnd
1 nml riihtouif r. I hut Iiu purcliucil Iim hrctlnri
ntcrft in the Hbrup frstaMUliincnt.mittlhe cuuri'rn uilv ,
hen after ho coniliicti'il by liiiiMrlft'stlUHi vi'ly. i
lias Jim roccivcil anil olfcrH for sain, (lit lnrv
,55 ent iiiwl mnt I'Miinoivc UHhortuirtit tf PA.VCV ,
STO V U uvur introditcfil into Uiin iiiarkt t. (
Tiif His hlnrk roiihii-t? of a comnli lo ansnrl'iicnt nf
Iip he pt (?nkiii(! anil patlnr Ptiivf in the ntnrKi-t, tngfih
i er with ytovt' I'ixlunM if rvtT .lecrii.ti..n. Oven ami
j Box Stoves, Ka(H;itnn, ryliiulnr ytuvus, Catt Irnn Air
I Tiaht etoves, ('atinoii fiu vi.. ttc . ice, Stovepipe ami t
Tm wart; cntiFtautly on h.uul aiul niannfucttirfil to onlur,
, All kintN nfrcpalrinj; ilonp ai uual. on blmrt rioitri;. (
The patronage nf old friends and new cnsioinnrn re
' pcctfiilly i-nlhited. A. .M. UUi'KRT. .
llli)oniburg, November 31 !?(10, tf. ;
TO TSaiE BiASJaiES !
ROTH MARRIED AND SINGLE.
Oldest Regulator lor Females.
Dlt. CIIEESF.MAN'S FEMALE PILLS
Will immediately relievo, without pain, all disturban
ces of the periodic I'ischiirpu, whether arising Irnm re-
luxation or suppression. They act like n charm in re-
niuving me pains tiiiit accompany iiiitic'iit or immoue
!.- itit.iislrnnlinn. mill nrr- til,, rintv cnf mnl ri'llnlite
I remedy fur Flushes, Sick Headache, Pains in tho Loins,
Hack and Sides, Pulpuntinn ofthe Heart, Nervous Pre
' mors, Hysterics, Spasms, Hroken Sleep, uud other un-
pleasant und dangerous ollects of uu uuiiuturtil condi-
lion of the sexual functions. In the worst cases of
! l'liioi Albtts, or Whites, they eirect a speedy cure.
Dlt, CHEESEMAN'S FEMALIl PILLS.
I Have been used over a Quarter of u Century, They
u ru riTered ns the only safe means of renewing inter
I rupted menstruation, hut La lies must bear iu mind
' that, there is one condition of the female system in
I which the Pills ran not he taken without producing a
i peiuliar re.ult The condition refeired tn is Preguaucy
I His result .Mi. carriage. Such is the Irresistible leu-
dency of the medicine to restore the sexual (unctions
i to u normal condition, that even the reproductive pow.
er of nature cannot resist it, They cannot do harm in
any oilier way.
I DH. CI-EESE.MAN'fl FEMALE PILLS,
i Are tho only .Medicine tlat nrried and Single Ladies
nave reiieu upon inr many years, or can re'y upon now.
llewarn of Imitations I Tacso Pills Inrm thu Finest
Preparation ever put forttnrd, with immediate nnd
Persistent success. DON'T HE DECEIVED. Take
this advertisement to-your Druggist, and tell him that
you want thu best nnd most reliable Female .Medicine
in the world, which ft comprised in
Hit. CHEES.MAN'd FEMALE riLLHIII
Thei have received, and nro now receiving the san
ction of the most eminent Physli talis ju America.
EXPLICIT DIIICCIIONS with each llU.-liu prlco
One lisllar per llax, containing from iu tobO Pills,
Pills sent by mail, promptly, by remitting the price
to Hie Proprietors, or nn authorized Agent, iu currail
funds, Suld by Druggists generally.
HUTIllNliS t HILLYUIt, Proprietors.
ell Cedar Street, New York.
ITT" Sold in Illooiniburg, by Eytr Sc. Moyer, anil E
P Lull, Feb. is, leOI.-ly,
SCIIOLASIIII'S FOtt SilLI!.
Pittsburgh Commercial College.
Illughaiuptin " "
Strntion.llryaiit il Co.. " "
ThcsB Scrips, are Inninnunts nf SIS ami .Vt and nru
is so much cash, by the Student nn entring either ofthe
above Colleges. Young men desiring toobtaiu n finish
ed Collegiate Education, will here And u good specula
tlon by apnlriii at vkt otf.c ofthe
utyt.rtst eokVMWiA bhnoka f
V -.e.tVi'Kj.-rr-V'-..'V 1
1 I I
A part and powerlnl Tonic, collective and alterative
of wonderful efficacy In disease of the
STOMACH, LIVlilt AND BOWELS.
Csres Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint, Headache, tiei'sfa
Debility, Nervousness, Depression of Spirits, Con
stipation, Co.Tb, Intermittent Fevers, Cramps
I sun ppnsms, nncr.rm i oinniiiiiits oi eitutr
Bex, arising iroin iionny tveasness
1 whether Inherent lu the sy'stein or' I
' produced by special cju.es. I
NoTilun that Is not wholesome, genial ond reitors
live In Its nature enters into the composition of 110s)
THTTEU'S STOMACH I1ITTE8. This popular pre
piiratloti contains no mineral of any kind, iiodetill I
; botanical element ! no fiery excitant I but it Is a comb'
na.ion of (tho extrncts nf rare balsamic herbs and-
plants Willi the purest and mildest of all diffusive stim- ;
It is well to he forearmed against disenso, and, so far
as the human system can be protected by human insans
against maladies engendered by nu unwholesome at
mosphere. itmiure water nnd other external rauses,
1108 TETTER'S HITTER may bu relied on as n safe- t
In dislrlits Infested with Vertr anttgm. It His becrl ,
found infallible ns a preventive and irresistible as a
remedy uud thousands who resort to it under appre
hension of aiiallack, escape the scourge ; and thnusxuds
who neglect to nvnll themselves of Its protective qual
ities lu advance, nru cured by n very brief course o ,
tills marvelous medicine. Fever nnd Ague patients,
alter being palld Willi quinine for mouth lu vain, on.
til fairly sntuiatod with that dangerous nlka'oid, nru
not iiulreqiieiitly restored tn health within a few days
by the use of lll)-Tr,TTi:Il'S IIITTEIlS.
The wink stomach Is rapid')' Itltlgornt'-d and the ap
petite restored I y this agree ible Tonici nnd hence il
worKr vrnndets In eases nf Dispepsla nnd In less con- ,
nrmed foriui of ludiuesiioti, Acting ns a gentle and
intniess npperient, as well as upon the liver, italsu
nvH-ia'.ily relieves the Constipation super induced bv
trri'ioiiii action of the digestive nnd secretive organs'
PeisiM.- of feeule habit liable Aircoui JIUatkt, Leu
ne el -juritsnnil File cf Languor, find prompt and
lernian.'iil relief from lh Hitters. The testimony vn
his point Is most conclusive, and from bom seles
ThetiL'nuy nf llillius Colic is Immediately nssiiagcd
by a single dose of the stimulant, and by occasionally
resorting to it. the return of theeoinidaint mav be ore-
I As a cenernl Ton'c, IIOSTETTER'd Iliri'ERS pro-'
ducei Ifiicts w hlch must be experienced or witnessed
before llieycnu be lullynpp eclated, lu cases of Con
stitiitional w. akness, premnture decay and debility and
i decrepitud'! arising from old uge. it exercises lh.' elee.
I trie tntltieiicu lu the eon, a e cent si ages u full diseases
it operates ns a delightful invUornut. When the pow.
crsol nature are relaxed, it operates tn reinforce and
I re establish them. Last, but not ' asl, it the outs siifo
. stlmulenl, b-iug manufactured from sound nnd innocu
ous materials, uud entirely free from the nclil elonieittt
' present more or less in an me oruinury tonics and
1 stoniachlcsof thed.i).
' No family medjcine has ijccri so universally, and It
may be truly nuded, aeilrredly popular w tth the Intelli
gent portion of the community, m. II OSTETI'E It'll
Trepared by '
HOSrET'lER & SMITH,
C7"Solil by all Druggists, Uiocert and etorekespars
November 21, 1303-ly.
COMPOUND FLUID EXTKACT nUCIIU, a post,
tue and specific yeuiety for dt.ea.es ol'llu bls.ldjr
Kidneys, Cravel. nnd dropsical sKellinzs.
'i'his me diiine in i reuses the p.nn r r of tildes linn nn.l
eirile the alisinbeiils into healthy artrotr. br wlin ii the
Wnicry or ' nliareous deposition's, end irll Unnatural
F.nUrgeiueuieuts are reduced, bs well as pain nudiii.
UELMBOLD'S EXTRACT RUCIIU.
For weakness arising froin Rissssei, habits uf His
tipution. Early Indiscn lion of Abuses, iillenJ. .1 with
the fullr wing s) mpliiiiis :w
Imli pcsitiou to Exertion. Lessor I'onsr
Loss of tleiimr), OlfDriilty uf Vrrstlllllg
Weak Nerves, Trembling
Horror of Di-ens-, p,un inths (l, k
Universal Lassitu is of the Musrular System,
Hot Hands, Eruptions cu the Pjse,
Dryness nf the SVin. I; ushiug of the lli di,
i&s Pallid I'outilenance.
Tliese s inplnms. if allowed to go on which Ibis
lueiliritie jnv.ii i.ilitv removes, soon follows
iMrinrxcY, I'nmt, Criurnc I'lTT.
In one of ihirh th" Patient m.,y rquiro
Who can say Hint lli nre not frequently fullnnsd
by those "Direinl liiseus,-s "
"I.NSAM'I'Y AMI CttN'SI'MPTION."
Jinny are nw ar of Ihe c iuse nf tin ir culTci Inc. I, tl
none will confess Ihe records of ths Insane A.yliitui,
And melHiirlii'ly deaths b Coiisuiupinm bea a npe
w ilness to the irulli of Ihe nssrriion
The I onstitutiou one iff'ited nil organic wi-Akness
requires tin aid of Me.'i, in ' to strengihen ami Imie
njate llio systsiii. winch Helinb.til's i xtracl llu.hu in
variably does. A trial will convince His most iksptissl
FEM ALES FEMALES.
In many nfl'ectlons peculiar to Females Iho Exlrtol
lluchu is iimquilled by any other remedy, ns in I. hln
rosis or Hi tentinii, Irrrgularily. painfulncss, nr Sup
pression of Customary Evacuations, ulcerated or scir
rhous stale nf thd Uterus, Lcuilmrrlicax or Whites,
Sterility, and fr nil complaints incident tothesci,
whether arising from indiscretion halijli of diiiini.
Hon, or in the
DECLlNfl OR CIIANQE OP Lim.
Take no more Balsam Mercury, or imnlesisnt M.i.
cines for unpleasant and dangsrniis diseases Helm, j
hold's Extract lluchu and Improved Rose Wash curst
secret diseases in nil their ttaget. At little expense, I
Little or no change in diet. No inconvenience, an no ;
It causes a frequent desire and givet strength to Url-1
nate. thereby removing nhttructiuiii, preventing and I
curing stricture! of tho Urethra, allaying pain nud in
n.iraui.irlon, so frequent in the class of diseases, nud I
expelling all pnisont ilisensed nnd wornuut matter, i
Thousands upon thousands who have been the vic
tims of quacks, and who have paid heavy fees to bo
cured in n short time, hove found thsy were deceived '
and that the 'POISON" has, by the use of "powerful
astringents" been dried up in the system, to break out
in an aggravated form, and perhaps after marriueo. I
Use Helmbnld's Eitract lluchu for all alTectiont and j
diseases of thu Urinary Organs, wncthcr ciisting In
.Male -ml Feuinle, from whatever cause originating and i
nn matlerof how long Handing.
Discuses of thesu Organs requires the aid nf niur. '
ctic, llelmboid's Extract lluchu is the Great Diurelle.
ami Is certain tu have desired elTtct in all Diseases for
which It is recommended.
Evidence of Hie must reliable and responsible char
acter will accompany tho medicine.
l'rlcc $1 per Bottle, or G for $5.
Delivered to toy address, securely packed from obser
ration. Describe symptoms in all boinmunica'ions,
Cures guaranteed, advice gratis. Address leltsts lor
II. 11. HELMIIOLD, Casmlsi,
IUI South Tenth, st., below Chestnut, Phila.
IIELMIIOLD'S Medical Depot,
HELMUOLD'S Drug and Chtmitol li'archoun,
5114 IIroabway, New Yoik.
ricwaro of Counterfeits and unprincipled dealers
who endeavor to dispose "of their own" and other"
articles on Hie reputation attained by Iklinliolrl's Gen-
tune i-reparations, i.nraci uucuu,i;iiract Sarstparili
Improved Ro.e Wash,
All Druggists Everywhere.
ASK FOR HELMIIODIVB. TAKF NO OTHER
Cut out the tdverlitamtnland tend for it.
Cheap Groceiy Slorc
nATS, CAPS Ai snoKo
II HEiiniterslgneri UVlhg tsOligtit out the Oroee..'.
I Uavld Ptrours, lias removed hit Hot and Can friX.0
jptOBlroup'toldttand, whr In tdditloo to a isi
Hor atietlniont of ""pt.
FALL AND WINTER
j3 ITfitS and Caps,
Dried Fruit, Uutiot,
Coal Oil, J)ri,g,
I'nrlflr and Hand LhuiL
Books, w rltmg Pupor & '
llardwart nnd Ctdarware,
Pi cket Knives i Cumh
.Jr., cj-c, .J-c, '
Together nllll n vttltly of artltles generally ksei t .
Alsn-A lino lot of KlDH, MOKOt.EOa and Ltm.n.L.
nhirhheinvlUitheattntlon of Shoetnaktrs slid it!!
I JOHN K. OIItToil
I Keep Your Eye
OF NEW GOODS!
HAD enlarged and greatly Improved hit Store Boon
and slocked it with large and superior Htoek i)
HPItlNO and SUMMER GOODS, which will b. solj
low ns al ny other csloblishment In the country,
Calicos at 10, 18, 2(1 nnd ." cents.
Muslins, llhat hid and Urown at 23,23
up to 48 cftifi. '
IHlESd GOODS of every shade, quality
affd price i a full linn nf Domestic Hoods,
vis. i CftocXt, r'trlpcs. Ticks, Llnneii and Cotton
Table Diaper, Ginghams, Nankreni, 4c , Ac.
goud supply of Ladles Shoes and Uailsrs
New stock of Hats uud Cups,
111 Wotl Ingrain and Coltago rnrpcts
splsudld article lust opened und fur tats,
A fresh supply uf
Groceries and Spices,
a now lot of
CADAR AND WILLOW WARK.
MACItllltAL by the quarter, half and wtiole bsrrst
Nos. I and U, medium nud large, Also, a largo auJ
splenJid assortment of
new designs. AIsu, a new lot of TUUXKtf slid
Oil Cloth SatMs.
Ilnvlug bou'gl.l theje goods before lbs lata rls's, I tn
preparedtis sell low, cheap as the sheapsst fur sash jr
WE STUDY TO TLEASK.
Idoouisburg. May 1'.', led.
The Berwick House.
Reruir.k, Columbia c., l'f
undersigned would rs spettfuUy aanannrat,,
jjf his fuiends and the sublic rsntrulir, ihst
having leased '.his well-known housn ho has glvss 1"
athorougU renovation, The rnorns hovehceu re psvsi
ed nndthe emirs establishment elgsntly r farm, Iui,
lleing pleasantly and eligibly located, and pro, 1,1,1
with all the requisite soiivenieuces, it offers to lira
public the combised ndvnntpges of
1111 TA11I.E w ill alwuvi be supplied wlm the best is.
liinrken url'oid, and lll.i IKItwitli the rboice.t Ii
quors. Pravellers drovers, umtislers, boarders, c
uecotmnodiiied to g.-neml latisfactiou Careful and ss
rommndatiiig Hostlers always in etusdMus. Siabl i
ts e must ivuuiplete and citun.iie ui this tertion
J. P. SIHRUT.
MORE MEN WANTED!
REVOLUTION IN HIGH PRICES.
DO I TsTsO
AT PETER ENT'S STORi:,
ix uaitr &niy.i;r, colvjwi.i mu.rrr. rj
HAS Just received from Philodelpli , e.nd 'is.,,,
opening at the old stand late y occupied t Mstw
I'.nt, a splendid nssoitiuent uf
M EKCIT A jS1 D1Z B
which will be sold cheap for
CASH OR COUNTRY PRODUCE.
His stoekeonslsts of Ltiliss Dicss Oaodt sCio.iestslvlM
and latest fashiuns
READY MADE CLOTHING.
ROOTS & SHOES. nATS & CAI'3.'
In shon ery thing usuliy kept in a country slots.
1 he patronage of old friends, and tho public stoiiara I
ly. Is respectfully to idled.
The highest market price paid for country produsa.
Light Street, April 30, 18fi,. l'ElBll ENT.
(Late White SwanA
RACE STREET, AROVK THIRD
GEO. L1GHTCAP, PuorniBTon.
Formerly f,om Ea&le Hotel Lebanon, Pa
JOS. IIOUSIIM, Ciaas,
! March t, HJfil'-l'Jm.
jNos. 0,11,13, 15, 17 Courtlnndt street
NEAR BROADWAY, NEW YORK CIT-
This old-established and farorite resort of iho-Ilusl-nest
Coiuinmilty hat been recently refitted, and it com
plete in everything that can minister to tho souiforlt of
itt patrons. Ladies and families are tpeclally and care
fully provided for.
It is centrally located in tho business part of lk tlty,
and It contiguous lo the principal lines c.f steamboats,
cart, ouinibuitet ferriet, fee,
Iu consequence of the pressure caused by tht lUbtl
lion, prices haro been reduced to
One Dollar at tl lifty Cents per Day.
Tht table It amply supplied with all the ludurlus of
the season, and it equal to that of any utkor hotel lu Iht
Amplu accommodations iuu oilercd for upward cflPO
Uv" Do not believe luuiiert .tiackmou, aud trlhert who
uuy tuyUiQ Western Hotel Is full."
D. D. WtNCtWsHTitUs, PieprltWf
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