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Maua'gcmcnt of Orchards.
BY JUDE FllENCII.
No man living,! tuinlt,cau eliow n good
orchard of grafted Iruit which was kept io
graBS tho lust tea jcars of its life, It is i
poiut settled boyond conlroTcrfy, that or
ohards, to bo healthy and protlnctivo,
must bo cultivated uiott of tho timo. There
is suoh a thin as over cultivation. Tho
mistake oftc'nest mado, I thiuk, of Into
years, is forcing young trcos too much
thereby giving them loo luxuritAis growth
and iupreasirig their liability to injury by
frost. Land, rich enougo for a crop ol
Indian corn, is in tjood condition for tho
healthful crowth of applo trees. Even af-
; - -
ttsr trees are grown to a largo eizc,manur
ing eo as to maintain a vigorour growth
often renders tho trees unfruitful.
Tho theory is, that when damo nature
along in summer and early Autuni, is ly
ing her plan for next year s operations
she forms buJ's without at first deciding
whether tLoy shall bo for leaves or fruit
and that wo, her servants, may help to
detcrmino their cnaraoter by urging or
checking tho circulation of tho sap;
vigorous circulation and full supply devel
oped tho buds into leaves and wood, and
a diminished circulation developing fruit
buds. A tree which the glow has injured
oqo whioh has been bent down by the wind
olten is full of bloom, while its thriftier
neighbors a:o expanding their dimensions
with no attempt at fruitfuliiets. We prauc
tho roots or bend down the branches to in
duoo fruitfulncss. On the samo principle
if yonr beautiful orchard, at eight or ten
jeara of age, grows rapidly but docs not
b.ear, by Jaying it to grass a year or two,
a check will bo given to its growth, and
blossom and fruit will appear in duo sea
son. It is not uncommon to hear a man
oomplain that a certain treo is apparently
dying, and regrut it, because it was a treo
that aLways boro full, not knowing that
the partial loss of vitality had iurrod all
its twigs to fruit spurs.
I Wnnnr of nn .U,,U,.tn f-..-
w w.,m,u .u. jj. hiuj; u-
cjjards, unless it bo inulcliii'g. Thero is
a practical difficulty however, that all ex
perils in raiiirjg opplo orchards has not
obtiated ; undoubtedly,low branching trees
are most healthy, most productive, most
coniement in all retpects, txcept in culii
. .. ..
Uttl lOW OranchiniT treei Will lint
admit horses to pass under them, and cx
en, thoogh not so high headed as horses.
which are very inconvenient in orchards.
After low headed trees havo borno two or
three full crops, their branches often touch
the ground, giving great convenience in
picking tho fruit, but utterly preventing
the passage of a prow team. I know or
chards of this character which have long
been kept very produetivs by mulching
the whole ground with hay or straw.
They were near tho aea, and the mulch
was tho coarso grass of tho fla.3. Where
any mulch can bo cheaply obtained, I think
trees may bo planted about twenty-two
foot apart, allowed to form low heads, and
fO COVer tho ground, uud the Orchard kept
free from grass and weeds by thus cover-
log the surface. The crops derived from
,.. .. , . , ,
vuiiiiuuuu uuun iuu uvLs sciuuui jj a j i"u
cost, and in many localities mulching
would be cheaper than
answer all the.parposc.
have our trees in their
cultivation 3 ml
Wo should then
proporttons,instoad of ungainly long-legg-
ed monster, marred and scarred, and ex-
cosed to tho alteruat ona of iat and nnM.
r - - j
and retarded yrars in being productive. '
Probably it might not be wise to continue I
tho mulch upon the ground during the '
whole season, although I am not awaro
that injury is caused by so doiDg. Tho i
tendcLcy of thus covering the ground no I
doubt would bo to bring thu roots toward !
tho surfaco, hut perhaps this tvould pro
duoo no injury. Whero mise and moles 1
abound, either tho mulch, or grass crow-'
iDg in the orchard, would afford thein win
ter quarters, and thus endanger tho trees.
How to Gnow PAcii Trees. Mr.
II. Payne, of Lockport, H; Y. says .
"Plant tho pits where you intend tho
trees to grow, and bud thorn thero. I
can get a longer, better and moro produc
tive tro'o at four years old, and ono that
will last as long again, as I oan from a
budded tree transplanted. Thoro is n o
treo that suffers so much as tho peach by
transplanting. I know of a number of old
peaoh trees that grow from the pits that
were planted in 1805, that still boar tho
old red check raro ripe, and bid fair to
lite many years yet.
Fstatoes. Bo suro that potatoes in pits
in tho opon ground have good ventilation
and drainngc,but are well covered. Those
in cellare should be dry and cool, but not
so oold as apples.
Poiittry in warm, light, oloan quarters
will ii the hens bo well fed, secure plenty
of eggs all winter. Feed freely those des
tined for market. Prioes are usually host
just boloru or after tho holidays. Sorap,
from beef and pork fattetuing.aro muoh rel
ithd, and induct laying.
Keep Youit Eye
OF NEW GOODS.
HAS enlarged and greatly Improved Ills Store Room
niul ttorVf.fi H with n largo And siitittlor Stork of
8riUN0lindaU.MMr.lt HOODS, which will be sold
low (u nl nny other catabllahiiioiil Hi llio country.
Calicos al 18, an ana cents.
Muslins, Uhachcdund Vrown at i!5, 28,
up to -IS cents,
DRESS OOODS of every shade, quality
andprico; n full lino of Domestic (londi,
vi checks, Stripes, Tick s.Llnnen and Cotton
Table Diaper, ainglinms, Nankeens, Ac , fcc. A
good supply of Ladles Slincx and Gaiters
New slock of Hats and Cup.
All Wool Ingr.iiii and Cottapto Carpets,!
a spicnuiu aruria just opened ana tor tale.
A froth supply of
GroCries and Spices,
n new lot or
CADAll AND WILLOW WARE.
MACKERAL by tho quarter; liulf and whole barrel
Nua. and 2, mcdlmn And laigo. Also, a large and
splendid aaaortmcnt of
new designs, llio, a iew lot or I ku.nkb and
Oil Cloth Satchels.
Having bought these goods heoro tlio late rin, I am
prepared to aell low, cheap as the cheapest for cmli or
vvn study to m.easi:.
Uloonubiirg, May 12, 1604.
rjf,HE undersigned offers to sell at pri
ll vote sale, a valuable Farm and Plantation, sit
uate In Locust township, Columbia county, adjoining
farms of Moses V. tjlioemaker, IMaa Ueorge and Mrs .
McMurtry, containing a'jojt
Two llumtre I Acns of Land,
Ono Hundred of which is cleared, am' In a pood stato
of cultivation, nnd the balance Is well-timbered.
There Is erected upon said promisee, a good
Frame Jfjj House,
LOO BARK, with other out buildings, good Orchard,
and several excellent Springs of Water on various
parts of the Farm.
Possession gWen on the first of next April,
BjP" For conditions, and further particulars, apply to
the subscriber, near the premises.
Agent for Samuel V. Read.
Sjptember 17, 1M, Imo. .
LEATHEll I LEATIIKIll!
THE undersigned would announce, thut he has on hand
athisilatandCap Kmporiiiui, on Main St., Illooms
burg, an assortment of (liiferent kind of Jeather, such as
lino calf skins, morocco, (red andblaca)and linings all
cf which he will sell cheaper than can be had elsewhere
in this market. Call and exemine them for yourselves.
Uloomsburg.May St, 180-1.
SCHOLASllIPS FOlt &.1LE.
Pittsburgh Commercial College,
llinghaniptin " "
Crittenden's " Philadelphia.
Stratton, llryant Jt Co.. " "
Thesd Ccrins. nre in amounts of $15 and 350 nnd nro
so much cash, by the Student on tntringeither nfth'e
above College., oung mendesiring to obtain a nni.n
ad collegiate l.aucntlon
will here And a good specula
tfcwJjy applvingnt the olSce oftho
W S3 WT tST K .
H. 0. II 0 W E B,
RL'SPUCTFULI.Y offtrs his nrofess
ional services to t lie ladies mid gentle
i men of Bl.iomaburg ami vicinity, lie is
prcpareu to attend to all tho various
.... inllAni In II, o I, iib f lliu nrnfeiiooii. nnilla nrnvlileil ,
J,n,iui...n.i i,nr..i,l pniinr.KMX tf.ktii- uhlrh .
' r . T . r .. . .- .. . . .' . I
will lieln-ierteii on goiu, piatiua, sliver nnu ruuucr ease ,
to lookwi II as the nutuial teeth
.Mineral plate nnd bluk teeth manufactured and all
operntions on teeth, carefully and properly attended to,
Ue.idencc and olutea few doors above the Court
H.iue, same side.
Illuii.neburg, June 0 lcC3
THU undersigned informs the citizens of lllooin.
and neighborhood, that he has taken the large room
ut the Uxchungu Uloek, extending over Harney Stohner
I'akery, and the llookslore where he has put in
a lurge Skylight. It Isonly by Skjlightthat good pic
lures can betaken especially groups where each pcrscn
can be taken just as well as separate.
lie has gone to considerable expense to make his es
tablishment u first clast-uiif. and he therefore solicits a
liberal patroiuge tucnablo him, to couslaully introduce
the modern improvements of the art.
O Country produce taken in Hxchangu for pictures
Illuuuitburg, Nor. 23, I8C1, .Nov. IdGU,
TIM? UiYOBN B30TKL.
rPHE undersigned announces to his friends and the
J. pubblic, that he has became the Proprietor of the
New Centreville Hotel,
Located in Centrevill, in Conyngham township,
Columbia County, whore he is prepared lo accommo-
aniu tne iravciiing puDiic, .tiiu ail w no may luvor nun
with their custom, to general satisfaction ,
ET" Kcaicuiber tho union Hotel.
A. W. LOVE
Ccnlreille, Aug, 50, 18Cl,-3m.
JOHN 0. YE AGE It,
MANl FACTUREII&. WHOLESALE DEALER IN
"TT A rV (1 TQ
My J.J.XA. J. rx , vii J. kj
No. 257 North Third Street, Phila'd.
Nov -."O, ISC'
A, C. FACI. THOMPSON.
PAUL k THOMPSON,
WHOLESALE fcgg&gjj'Z DEALERS IN
No. -la Noith irhurves.
E7 II UTT E R. OHEliSU,
No v, 14. ieW3 ISmo
II A M S, k c. 0
ESP YM HOTEL-
THE undersigned, having taken the Urpy Hotel
1 lately kept by Mr. E UuwUI, would respectfully
1 nfunn his friends and thu public III general, thai no
.paln will bo spared for the satisfactory entertainment
ot an wnu nmyiavur nun wun tueir cuiuiu,
JOS U M l3C;iUANK.
BELL 6t ALLABACH, Piopridors.
THIRD A'7'cJ' VENESYL VAN! A A V
WASHINGTON, D. C:
FI11SI1D1UTII & IIIIOTIIEIIS,
0 B A 0 0 0 DEALER
ItO, 105, SOUTH TJIIKD ST11EET
five duorshelow Race.
HARRISON, M. D.
T7 OUL1) respectfully inform the citizens of Monnn.
VV burg.and vicinity, that ho continues the practise of
..rid solicits a share of nubile natronace.
Orncic, on .Main Street, first house below the Court
muruary a, itsa tr
ja i 'je iu a ,
. ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Office In Court Ally, formerly occupied by CharJsj R
UIooinsUirlTi Dee. 4, 16o'J
PUMPUINS, Corn, Cider. Applet! Corn-Stocks, Oats,
and prsjuca jsnsnlly, wanted at thia officr, un
tount, Oatobcr I, IWI,
IF YOU WANT TO BUY
Crcasj's Store, in Light Street, i'a.
Who Keeps all Kinds of
Syrups, coffees, .
In addition to our large stock of Dry Goods, we have
a luigo and full assortment of Ready .Mado Clothing
lor .Men nml How wear which wo nro determined to
sell cheaper th in can be bought elsewhere. Call and
see, and Jndge for yourselves.
II. W. CREASY fc CO.
Light Street, October 20, leCI.
BI.OOMSUUIfG, COLUMBIA CO., PA.
ri II 11 subscriber, proptletor uf tho above named ex
J tensive cstub.lsliment, Is now prepared to receive
All Kinds of Machinery,
r Co lcrlei, lllast Furnaces, Stationary Uuglnes, Mills
THRUSH ING MACIIINDS, &C . 4iC,
He Is also prepared to make Stoves, all sizes and
rutterns, p'ow-irons, and everything usually made in
His extensive facilities and practical workmen, wnr
inntt him in receiving the largett contracts on the
in ist reasonable terms.
U7 Grain of all kinds will be taken in exchange for
1? This establishment Is loca.ed near thu t.ackawun
nu A UlooiusburgUailruad Depot.
HUomtburg, Sept, 12, 16G3.
TINWAltE & STOVE SHOP.
nnllll tindcrslened reincctrullv Inrnrms his eld friend
X and customers, that he has purchased his brothers
nterest in the above t'stablUluncnttanillhe concern wils
hereafter be conducted by himself exclusively.
lie nas jusi received unu utters tor sale, tne larg
est and most extensive assortment of FANCY
STOVI1S ever introduced nto this market.
His stock consists of a comtdi to assortment of
no Desi unoKing nnu parlor sun us m uie mantel, lugewi
cr with Stove Fixtures of every description, Oven nnd
liox Stoics, Uadiatori, Cjliudar Slovus, Cast Iron Air
Tight stoves, Cannon Stoves, &c, &c. Stovepipe and
Tinware constantly on iiaiut ami manutuctureii to onier
All kinds of repairing done, as usual, on short notice.
The patronage of old friends and new cimomirs re
pettfully solicited. A. M. RUl'CRT.
llloono-burg, November 3d If-CO. tf.
UP DE GRAFF'S
EYE AM) f.Ait IM-lMllAIiY,
(On A Siuare, Three llcors from Steele's Hotel
, WILKESBARRE, PA.
riIUS INS'l UT10N is now opt urd and
I J. furnished In the most custly style. Reception,
, Private nnd Operating Rooms arc large, convenient and
1 well adapted, The Surgical npirtuicut contains the
finest collection of inst.'utnrnts ill this country, and
thus his faculties will enable lilnilo meet any and all
emerzeiii ies in prartice llowill operate upon nil the
various forms uf lil.IN'UNUSS. Cnuir.-ii.t. Oceluoii ol
the Pupil, t'rus Hies, Closure of the Tear Diicta. In
version uf the Eyelids, Pterygium, &c, 1c. And will
Version Of the I.yelMS, I'lerVgium, &C, -C
treat ull forms of Sores, live (Irunuled Lids, Onucetb
r. ........ I cA.nr..,.. ., A
" v,.nu, ui,u oyuiuiuun uirafi.-i ui m i.jt .
eclher with all tho diseases to which tha Uye is
DEAFNESS. Will treat all tho diseases common to
the organ. Discharges from tho f.ar, Noises in the lar
Catarrh, difficulty of hcaring,toUl llu. fncss even where
tho Drum is dcttruyed. Will insert an artificial one
answering nearly all the purposi-H ofiho natural.
DIsr.ASI'.S UF TIIU THROAT. All discuses cum
mon to the Throat and Nose will be treated
GENERAL Si RCHRY. He will operate upon Club
feet, Hair Lip, Clelt 1'ulUilc, Tumors, Cancer?, Enlar
ged Teucils, uc Plastic operations by In alihg new
flesh iutu defurmed parts, and General Surgery of
whatever ch.irutt"r it muy present.
IIURNIA (or RUPTURi:)- lie will perform "Laliius
niieralioii for tho rudiinl (cmuplcte) cure if Hernia,
this is uu'picslionably a icrfect core, nnd is ucue w ilh
little or no p.iln. Uut ofm.iny hiirdrod operated upouin
lloston thero has been no failures.it having met the
perl'eit approbation of all whohave subtniited to It
ARTll'U'AL EYES. W I II lnseit artificial Cyes giv
ing llieiu the motion and expression of the natural.
They are insert! d with tho least pain.
HEMORRHOIDS, (Pile.,) Thi troublesome disease
is readily cuicd. Those suffering from it will dowel'
Dr Up UeGrair visit. Wifkcs-Ilarre wllhavicwof
buililing up a permanent In.-litiite for the treatment uf
llio Eye, Earand General Surgery. The experience of
more man a quarter ot a century in normal anil gem r
ul practice, he hopes, will ie a fUtlicient guarantee lo
those whu may be disposed to employ him,
May U, i04. tf.
fN AND AFTER JAN. IB, ISM. PASSENGER
J TllAIKB IVII.J.
RUN AS rCLI.OWS:
MOVING SOU'f II.
4 20 r.
" Kingston ....
" IPuouisburg -
" Danville, ....
rrrive at Northumberland,
.MOVING SOBT II
Arrive at Scrnntou
treichtJc i'assenaer leaves Hloomsburff. 10.15 A. M
Pussengers taklns the Vail Train Smith conn,-, 1 u ilh
the Express train from Nnrth'd, arriving at llarrii-huri;
at 2.30 A. M., Ilaltlmore 7.00 A. M., and at l'hiladtltihlu
at i.OO A M. The Mail train from Northumberland
leaves immediately after tho Express train from liar
risburg and Baltimore, allowing Passengers leaving
Philadelphia at 10.n I'. M. to reach points on this road
during the next forenoon.
New and clcirunt Slccuinrr cars .icenmnnnv the. nlcht
Iralna each way between Northumberland and Haiti-
more, ana ,ortnuiuberiaiia ana I'hli.nlelphia.
II A I.-1IVIIA
J, C, Wells, G en' I 'hcUt Jlecnl.
Kingston, January 3U, lfcCl.
COuand C03 .Market Street, Philadelphia,
rplIIS Hotel is located in tho very centro of business
i. and is near tho respectaclu idaces of ninusemint
which make it particularly desirable to persons visiting
Philadelphia on business or pleasure ; and the .Manager
hopes by close personal attention to the warns of his
his guests to make it a comfortable homo for much ns
may favor his house with their patronage.
J. I)H HAVLW & SOX, I'ron'rs.
JOHN SHDCKLEV, CtEBlt,
July 23, 180-1.-12 1110.
(Late White Swan,
RACE STREET, ABOVE TUIKD
GEO. LlGIlftLTl1, PuorniETOit.
Formerly f 1 om Eagle Hotel Lebanon, Pa
JOS. HOUSUM. Clerk.
March i, lfuj 13m,
TVt!easo of thcNervcus, Seminal, Urinary
" u. uysieina new nnu reii.ioi.t treatment III ru.
vuiiauiinoiiuvYAKiJ ASSOCIATION- s.nt mail
Y ait, , r,r;,M?..'eo..0, '""Se- Address Dr
, , "uuuiimv. Howard, Association, No.
28 outhNinlh r-trcct, Philadelphia, Pa.
July 23 If04-ly
Ull I 1.4 Kill IJ HUUU llU.-i
DR C WEVTWORTII, Physician from Oermaii
iug Incated iierniuneiitlv at Moril,tiiuiliu i
hi county. I'a.. re.nettfnllv inform,, m,. ,,,,i,n,. ,,. ,
ally, ''1.'tt ,,e I,rJ" ('"f"1 to scientifically and success
fully, an cus.es oi acute and
With proiuptucse and on moderate terms ami will
guarantee general satisfaction,
top't Si, U24.-y,
mm "mimm etaepT "
THOMAS D. RROWN, liarhr.
ULOOMSUURO, COLLMHIA CO.,;'A.
Shop in Oourt fluns Alley, below Dtmnrti OtDui,
A puro and powerful Tonic, rorrectlvo and nltcratlve
of vvotidciful cllleacy In dlaenso of tho
STOMACH, LIVER AND BOWELS.
C sres nyspepsln, Mver romnlalnt, ileadacho, tienera i
,..i.iii... ..ru. ......
Debility, Nervousness, Depression uf fpirlls, Con-
illpatlou, i.ouc, nitermiiteni l evers, cramps
and Spasms, and all oinplnliiu of either J
Sex, nrising from lloillly Weakness '
whelhcr inherent In tho sjsteiu or
produced by speclul cuuses. j
Noiiiino that Is not w holcsnmc, genial and restnra '
live In its nature enters into Ike composition of 1103
Tl-.TTER'S STOMACH HITTERS. This popular pre I
Duration contains no mineral of any kind, nndcadl- I
liotmilial element ; no fiery exdtant I but it Isn comby 1
union ofithe extracts ot rare balsamic herbs and
plants wllh the purest and mildest of all diffusive stirn-
It Is well to be forearmed against d seno. and. so far
as the human system can be protected by human means
against maiauies etigeuuercu ny an tiuwiioicsnme at
mophcre, Impure water and ottier external causes,
HOSIETTElfS HITTERS may be relied on as a safe
guard. In dlslrlit" Infested with Vner anijignl. It has been
found Infallible as a preventive and Irresistible ns a
remedy and tliouAind. who resort to It under appre
hension ofunattaik, cscapotkescourge j and thousand
who neglect to avail thumselvea uf its protective itial
(ties In advance are curcii by a very brief coiirso n
iliis marvelous medicine. Tuvt r und Aguu luiticuts.
lifter being palid with quinine for months In vain, tin
til fairly saturated with that dangerous alkaluid, aro
not unfrciuently restored to health within a few days
by the iiso of HOsTtiTTEU'S HITTERS.
Tho weak stomach Is rapidly Invigorated and the ap
petite restored I y this aarocabla Tonic, and hencn It
works wonders in cases of Dispcpsia and in less con
firmed forms of indigestion. Acting ns a gentle and
pHiiilcss npperient, us well uh upon the liver, It also
mviiriubly relieves tho Constipation superinduced by
irregular action of tho digestive nnd secretivo organs.
Persons of feeule habit, liable &rvout JMacka, ljw
nts of iritsaud File cf Languor, find prompt and
permanent relief from the Hitters. Thu testimony on
litis point is most conclusive, uud from boln sexes
Thu ugony of Hllliiis Colic is immediately assuaged
by a siuglo dose of the stiHiulunt, and by occasionally
resorting to it, the return of the complaint may bo pre
vented As a general Tonic, HOSTETTER'S HITTERS pro
dure etli-cts which mUat be experienced orwilnesniMl
b, fore tin y can be fully appiectaied. In cn-es of Con
stilutional Wi nknes preui.itiire dt- nv and dobiiity and
dt crepiludo arising front old .iiv-. it Aon ihs tlw elei -liic
iutl.tince In the t onvj - ,-eul it. g( s nl all diseasi s
it operates as u U, liglitful itiviioriint. When the pow.
ers ol u.il. ire lire related, it operates to re-iufoii-u uiot
re-.t, il.il. Ii ihem. Lust, hut not ' act, It the mils sufo
slimiii, nt, bci.ig man ilui lured from sound and 11.1101 u
ous materials, and cntirel) fu-u from the acid elouieiits
present no re ur less in ull ihe uidiuaty tonics and
stomachics of thu day.
No family medii iue has hic-n so unit ersally, and II
may be truly ititdeil. dcatrredly popular w ilh the luti'lli
gent portion of thu community, us IIOSTE'l'TEIt'S
IIOS TETTER & SMITH,
07Sold by all Druggists, Utuceis and storekeepers
November 21, l3H3-ly.
COMPOUND FLUID EXTRACl' EUCIIU. n ii.'
tivc and specific eum4y I'or iliM-.i.es of the bladder 1
Kidneys, Gravel, and dr"P-li-ul swellings. 1
1 111s lueuiciue itif reu-.es tne ptwi-r of uireslion, nnd 1
cito Ihu alism bents into hcalthv action. In- u hl, h n,
Winery or ralcarcous ilepo. itious, cud nil Unii.itiiinl ,
.uiargememeuts are reiluccil, as well as pain uudiii-
1IHLMI30LD S EXTRACT BU0I1U.
For weakness ariiug frnui Ex.-esses, habits of Ills
siniitiou, Enrlv Indiscretion uf Abuses, iiiii-mli-1 u-ui,
tin- follow in syinploms :w
liulitpnsition to Lxcrtiou. Lo.-s of Power
Loss of Memory, Clirieulty of liroalhiug
Weak Nerves, Tremiillua
Horror of Diaeuse, I'nin in ilu U.u k
Cnlversul LaoMludu of ihe Muniulnr Sjsteui,
Hot Hands, Irruptions on the File,',
Dryness of the Skin, mushing of thu Uod ,
These simptoms, if allowed 10 eo 011 which lhi
medicine invariably removes, soon follows
l.Ml'OrtNCV, F1C11V, EPILEPIIC I ITT,
In one uf winch the Patient uiy require
Who can say that they aro nut frequently lolluw.-d
by Ihose "Direful fliseuscs."
"INSAMTV AND CONSUMPTION."
Many are awaru of Hie cause of their suffering, h it
none will confess the records of the Insane Asylums.
A nd melancholy ileaths by Consumption bea amp e
w ituess to the truth uf the asertiou.
The Constitution unci! effected With or-:inir u-p. , L,n.
' rcu,iiires the aid of Modnloc to strengthen and Inv ig
orate the system, whith llclmbold's I xlrart llmlin in
variably docs, A trial will convince the most skeptical
In many affections peculiar lo Females Ihu
1 v I p 1 1 I
Hiichu is unequalled by any other rcmudv. as in ( I1I11
rosis or Retenlinn, Irresuli.rily. painrulncsfl, or Sup
pression of Customary Evacuations, ulcerated or scir
rhous stale of the Uterus, Ltuchurrluea or Whiles.
Sterility, and far all complaints intident to the sex, I
whether nri-ing from indiscretion habits of dissipa-
null, ur in me
DECLINE OR CHANGE OF LIFE
Take no inoro Halsam Mercury, or
cines fur uniili-asaut ami dangerous diseases Uelin
hold's Extract Hucliu and Impruvud Rose Wash cures
secret diseases in all their stages. At little expense,
Little or nu chiinge ill ditt. No inconvenience, an 110
it causes a frcipicut desire and gives strength to Uri
nate, thereby removing obstructions, preventing aim
curing strictures of the Urethra, allaying pain and in
llumioarion, so frequent in the class of diseases, and
exptlliiigull poisonous, diseased and vvornout matter.
Thousands upon thousands who have been the vic
tims of quacks, and who have paid heavy fees to be
cured in a short time, have found tlmy were deceived
and that tho 'POISON" has, by the use of "powerful
astringents" been dried up In tho system, to break oul
in an aggravated form, und perhaps after marriage.
Usa Ileliubold's Extract lliichu for all affections nnd
diseases of tho Urinary Organs, vvnether existing lu
Male ".1111 Female, frnm w hat. ver 1 aiise oiiginating nnd
no matter uf how lung Handing.
Diseases of these Organs rt M'lir' s' the aid uf u Diur
etic, Holmbold'H Extrui t Huchn is tho Great Diuretic,
nml isci rlain tu have di sired edict in nil Diseases fur
which 11 is reeinuui mdv !.
Evitltue uf t.ie moat ri tiabo: ami respui..ible char
acter will u jompuny the im dieiiie,
I'rict' ijl r iiuttlr. or (1 for $5.
1 lit liv crcti to cn tu lres, secun ly packed from obser
valion. Describe swoplums in :.') bommunicati"a.
t ores guarauiecd, uuv ic gtalls .Ailure-a KitcM lor
II II. HELMHOLD, Chimin,
104 South Tenth-st., below chestnut, Philn.
IIELMIiOLD'S Mcmial htpot,
HELM HOLD'S Unit ai Mimical Warthouie,
SJI Hroavvvay, .Ni-VV Voek.
Hew are of Counterftits and unprincipled dealers
who endeavor to dispose "of their own" and 4 other"
articles on the reputation attained by Ileliubold's tien,
tune Preparations, Extract Uuchu, Extract Sarsaparllia,
Improved Rose Wash,
All Druggists Evorywlioro.
ASK FOR IIELMHODH'S. TAKl' NO OI'IIER
Lut out tho Idvfitjtamcntaiid send for it,
jiuviniposition ana eipusure,
IRON IN THE BLOOD.
It is well known to the inedlnil profession that IKON '
is mo vital I'rmtrviiu or i,no i.iomoni oi uie uinou.
'I'hlsla ilcrlvcil chiclly frnm tlic fund wo rat t but If tho
food Is not prcperly digested, or If from nny causa what-'
ever, the necessary quantity of Iron Is not taken Into
the circulation, or becomes reduced, the whole system
suirers. Tho h.id Mood will Irrltaln the lifiirt, will,
, dug up lliu lungs, will ubstriict Ilu: Jlvor nnd will send '
its discnao.tiroduclng elcniciits to nil Harts of the sys-1
tcui, and tilery una will sutler in whatever organ may
bo predisposed to disease. ,
Tho great valuo of
IKON AS A MIWH'IXH j
Is well kiiuwii nnd niknuwlodgod by all midlcrd men .
The dllliuilty has been tn olilnln such n piepurntinu u
it us u 111 enter the tlrculatiun and nst Imitate nt once
wllh tli llliiod. This point, says It lliies, .llussnch
ust.tts Statu ( hemhl, has bcciiattainrd In thu 1'cruvl'
an c nip, by conibinaliuit In A nay before unknown.
thm ri:uivi. svuvi
Is a rriitetlcd solution of the I'rotoxido uf lion oKiw
lllfcuvcry in Aledlilno that strike" nt the Knot ol ins
. ...... I I ...i.i. I,.l.,l..l., ..I
oeby supplying thu bluoj with its Vital 1'rinclplo or
Lite Element iron.
HIE I'KAKUVl.V sYimr
Cares D.ispepjl.i, Liver Complaint, Dropsy I'evei uud
Ague, Loss of liner vgy, Low Spirits,
THE PEllUl'lAxS SYRUP
Infuses strength, vigor and new llfulntuiho lysteiii.inul
builds up an "iron Constitution,
THE PERUVIAN SYR UP
Cures (,'hronlc lllnrr'.oa. Scrofula, Hulls, Scurvy, Loss
uf Constitutional Vigor.
Til E J Elt U VIA N S YR UP
Cures Norvoin'Aft'i'ction", I'eomle Cnmpluiuts, and all
diseases of the Kliloevs and llladder
THE PHRUI'lAN SI RUP
Is a specific fur ull diseases originating In a bad slate
uf ,he Woo,', or accompanied by Debility ur ,i l.uw State
uf the System.
Pamphlets containing ceitlflcafis of cures and recom
mendations from bOiuo of the miipt eminent I'll) icl;ini
l rgynu'ii, and others, will be sent I'rcc In any address
Wo select a few of the names to shnw thu churaitcr i
,.e ,t... i
,', Bill, ,1,11.1, B.
JOHN E WILLIAMS, ESQ ,
I I'residunt of thu Metropolitan H.mk, Nuw Vork.
. Rev. .MILL Sl'c ENS.
! Late Editor Chrisluin A,l m ale and Jusrnal.
I Rev, I' CHURCH,
' Editor New Vork Chronicle
Rev John i'ierpout, Lewis Johnson, M I).
I.'ov Hiirren inirton.
Rev Arthur II Fuller.
Rev (.'onion Robbius,
Rvv Syl anus Cobb,
lli v. T Starr King,
Rev I phraiui Nutu, Jr ,
Rev Joseph II Clinch,
Rev. Henry I'phaui,
Rev P C IKuulcy,
Rev John W Olmcsli'ad.
ROswell Kinney M D
S K Ken, lull M D
W It Chi-hii'lm, M I).
Francis D.iuu, -M II
Ji-ri'tuiah Stone. M, I)
Joe Auto Sam lies M I)
Abraham Wendell M II,
A Hayes, VI II.
J R hiltuii. M II.
II. v.. Kinney. M I).
l'renari'il by N I, CLARK A. I'D i xtliisivelv lor
J. P.LINSMORU.'No 4H1 Hroidway New Vork.
So.d bv all Druggihts,
u Family Should be Without It, Only 23 cents a bux
SOU rt.LF. av
J. !' DIVMtiiltH Nnl llroulw.iy, Vi w Vnrk.
d W I'liWI.E nro No. 1.4 I'reuiolit St lli-simi
Ann 'oy all lliuirgiils itu.l Country Stroi ki-eiicrs
May II, lH.I-l-Jlli.
j ' j'lll, unilerslgm'ir m arso oMnnsivi'iy enceeeit In Hie
J UmlerlnUiHis llusintas. and keeps constantly on hand
! nd lor sale al his Warcrooms, a large assortment of
I FINISHED 5533 COFFINS,
Hy which he is enabled 10 nil orders on presi'iilation
I Ai.o-Keeps a good Horse and Hearse, uud will at al
, times be reaily to attend Fuuen Is.
I , SIMON C. SIIIVH.
Hloouisbiirg, January ill, IcSO
A. J. Evans'
LATEST SYLEti CAKAP (JOODS
'l Hi; undersigned respei ifully iiiforms hn friends
i una the public gencrall) . Ihal In hai jnt reteived
from tun Easleru titles, a large ussoituu nt of
rj r. w Q a o t Xk s m g. .
being the best assortment evi 1 off.-rjd in this market.
Un a coiuph to assortment of Hoys Clothing. In fatt
everything 111 the Clothing Line Fur llio.,. who prel'. r
lo leave tin ir measures, a perfect fit guarantied, ami
1 no. .111-- "est , ui Mllilllsllio UIO'WI'U ,11 litis I's-
... ile Il( . ,,,.. , , .. , ...
"r v w u.nv, lt,,. ,,,, ,11.,,,, UI.IIbU U87UII-
ROO'lS AND SHOES.
HATS ND CAPS, together w ilh n variety of notions,
!L" ALL AND SLU FOR VOCRSEl.F.
A. J. EV,IS.
Uloumsburg, Apill. 23, 1601.
Gift's Q U 8
Cheap Grocery Store.
BOATS, CAS AiH3 SHOES,
'I IIH undersigned having bought out thn Grocery o
1 David Stream, husrunoiid his llnl and Cap Store
up to Stroiip's old stand, vvhrro in addition to a supe
rior assortment of
FALL AND WINTER
J Hals and Caps, gSB?
0ONEECT10NAU1ES, Oil ACKERS.
Diittl Fruit, Uuiter,
Coal Oil, l)i'u-.
Parlor ami II,Q.l Lump,
BookSi "Writine Paner & Ink
lardware and C do rimre.
locket, A.tiiVf.,, Comb,
ij'f.'., J-u , i)-c ,
Tog' iher with u variety Lf articles generally kept in
Al.ti-A lino lot of E1JH. MOI'.Oi LO-J in I LixiNmto
w hieh he invites the at etitiou of Shoemakers and the
illoCmsburg, Dec. 3, ISi.3
New Drug Store,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
I rplll! undersigned would inforu' their friends uud Ihe
I X public generally, that they have taken the stand for-
merly occupied by (leo, Al, llogeiibuch, iu the Eichange
I Ihiildliig, on .Main street, in Hlooiusburi', where he has
Justrecciveu n full supply uf
j Wvusfs, .IScilicisics, S'aint jils.
SsitltiliM, &C ,
Wliich will be suld on moderato terms for ready nav
I Al.n, NOTIONS generally, of every variety, sort and
I'liysiciaiu prescriptions, carefully compounded, ut
all times ami nu short n lice.
' (Cc- Coufectionoiy of thu best selections, and Poda
Water in season
&- A thura uf the public custom is rcipcufully so.
EVER k MOVUU.
I Dlooniitiutr, April 11, IWJl
1 bust iYynaa zji .-.! ui
DR. SCHENOK'S OWN CASE
sLintti t AimillWri ffNllt'll PnVCllfMtlTlllM.
Jl tut flOW his Pulmonic &yrlip. bcaWCCd
Tonic, and Mandrake rills act on
the System 7i curing that dis-
case, and the .
VJlViUlJ- iJUluuiJU ai.A"iit'.i.. i
'IV above l a correct likeness of llr Bchenck lakon
many years ago, after he had recovered from Uninump' I
Hon i by a course t his
Ihclikeress, nlthoug It does not represent him any
thing like in bad as he was at Ihe worst, ytlltls in
strong conlrat wit lithe halo and vigorous looks of the
I'ortrall below, which is the true likeness nfhlmat tho
present time. 1 tin inntrnst between these two por
traits Is so grent that many would not hellovc thfin to
be llio same person, Vet Iherc nre hundreds of per
sons. In and around l'hllad"lphla, who will rcrognlse
both portraits tobo true representations, When tho
first was taken he weighed 107 pounds i Ut the present
tune his weight Is Sill pounds.
kw Voiik, Wednesday. March 30, IrlSl.
10 1 he pmm
Thirty years ago I was in the Inst stages of I'uluion
iiryCousiiuipliou, and ui vs 11 up lo ilie, I resided in
1'lill.iilelpiiia anil Dr. .1 seph l'.irrili, then ol lliU ritv.
un u'ed me to Murerluwu, N. J., a iliftuoee nf nine
I miles, w file 11 lonK me two dn s to get thero. Oil my ur
, rjv.it I w as put lo bed, and lliurc laid fur many weeks
I This was my native place, where all my family lived
and h.id iliiol of Cousunipllon. Dr. Thornton, who at-
. tended my father In his last illness, was called, and
J gave me one week to fix up my affairs, lie had seen
nil my I'.nnih go thai wav. uud thoiieht I was toKo,to.
'I hen I heard of Hi" remedies I now offer to the pub-
I lie. which Hired m. It seeineil to me that I could feel
1 them peuttrutliig my whole system,
They soon r I i,-n.-,l the n.ulter "11 my lungs, and I
wouiu spu on re man n piuioi on"iisivyi-lliiw unit- 1
, ter every morning. Asniii us Unit lit gnu In subside, I
. my 1 oueh. fever, pain, night sweais-nll began lo leave
I m,'. and my appi tite becamu o great that it was with
dilliiulty I iniilil keep from eating too much. I soon j
gained my streuclh. and I have been crowing in llurh
enrsinc". 1 or many years I have enji ycil oiiinler-'
rupteil good he.illh, keitiiug tin- liver and stnmath !
hi'iilthv w ilh the eaweed Tonic ami .Mandrake Pills.as
I am of abiliou- temperament. My wciirlu is Iwohun
dred and twenty pounds. On my ri covery people would
send tor nie, lar uud near, to see if their eases were
like mine. For this purpose 1 pay prolussiou.il viit
111 the large titles, 'I lie co!i-itui. lives wish 10 see the
one that maki a thee medicines, a. lit who was curt d of
1 nusuiuptioii hylllem. Tn makeluw lullgsls luipost,i.
hie ; lull cuv Hies in Ilu- lungs and chronic ulci rations
of th. hrouthial lube-, can bo healed Such ai s are
d ing houilv under the ur.unuiy trcntmci.l of plijsi.
ciatn. an i just u h are tu'eil bj tho proper iiso 1 f
Stlieiu k's Pulmonic Sj nip. Seaweed Tonic, und Man
luiuiiowu healthy man, w ilh a large cavity in tin
uuiliili! lobe of the 1 ight lung. Ihu lower lobu very much
ni'pali.id and coiuph te adiu siu.i oftho pleura. The
It ft lung is Miunil, and the upperlnbcof ihe nUit lung
is in a lolei.ilily healthy loinitiou. The g real reason
w hy ph) hi i.ins 1I0 not cure consumption is they try to
do loo one h, ; ih, y eivo medicines to stop the cough, to
stop thill to ntnp uii-ht sweats, hi clic fever, and, bv so
lining, lin y il, rangu il.e wholo digestive powers, 'tick
ing up the n i ri tioos. und eventually the patient sinks
run on .-. .viler 1 mane .1 cumin examination 01 t n.
lo'illeiit w ilh tin- Uespirnineti r, and Hud luncs eii-oieh
h it lo t-nri . I iiiri tt ihe naiieul how tn iisi'ihe i:,rc-
niuei.i. s Iteiut v e the triusi- nil I tW-y will all stop of
tin ir on 11 ,u tord. Nu one can be 1 ured of con-miup.
1 it'll , 1 1 v r e uipl.iint, Oysptpsia, cei.irrli, canker, ill
ceruli.d'thr,..it. unless the lit cr au.t stomatli are made
healthy. In New E igl. mil this canker, chronic catarrh,
ulcerate I thn-iit, i-i'uigaliou of uvula, is more preva
lent lh in in un oth r.'ili"ii of the country. -llu-,i.
fri fuuntly t,iu-i.fl b a l.iul stouiat-h. Von 1 uy burn
it uut with iiiu-tie 11 tut and again, uud all th.-v will
get i 1. 111 1 irj 11 In I" I'orr. 1 1 the stomach und'livt-r.
and Ilu y w ill heal uplm-m. Ives.
i:oo-l out no. o is ike remedy. Ifjou have any ilis-:
ease 111 any part of tliu lu.ly, it will remain tin rV and I
1I1 cay mnii uud more until jnu can getihe sloimnh in j
tliec.iiiiiliiin in digest food, and make new Idno I 1,1
lake Hie pi. 11 ! of diseased mailer. This H the , ulv ,
way 'n hi-ul civ Hie. in the lungs und ulcerated brnn-
chi'al tub's. nrrtct the stomach ami liver, ami nature
will nu the Healing. Many persons have un idea that
certain medicines are great purifiers of Ihe blond.
Winn bio,,,! is once diseased it cannot be purified ; it
is distnsed thu same ns the diseased matter in llio
sjsttin ; but get Ihe apparatus in order, the liver and
stomach, nml give it plenty of nourishing food, il mil
nuike new Itlitoil, whnli will lake thj place uf that
wlnrli m diseased.
Sihenck's Pulmonic sj rup is one of the best prepa
rations of iron in use, a is a powerful tonic of itself,
nml wlieii lliu Seaweed Tonic dissolves llio mucus in
Ihu stomach and it is c.'iri i-l offby the aid of the Man
drake Fills, tin. I'liloionie Sirup is made into blood.
This is tlie only way to euro consumption. If I run
out get a good iippeliln and fund does nut digest, I c tu
in. I cure the patient Never mind the cough ; remove
the cause and it will stop of itself. 'I his is Ihe most
trouble I have with my patients ut my rooms. They
say, -'llotlor, 1 feel wronger! lean cat: my night
sweats ure bitter, and I feel better every way : but my
cough is so bad jet ;" and they nro as'.uiuj'jd to hear
mo say thai does not mailer ; remove the cu'lse uud
it will stop itself. ScheutU's Seawted males a guod
nppetitu in uliout nine days, when there ,s -tu lung dis
ease, unless the liver is s r.giistcd ,hut the Man.
draku Pills camiut unlock the du.ts o! the gall Madder
in that shurtsp.ice of time, in tiidu- to allow the stale
bile to pass oil' Keep tin liver and the stomach
healthy ami there is less danger id rjiisuiupiinii oruny
other disease, H is hard to t.iko told when thno or
gans are healthy. Thuse that are nilinus, low spirited,
dreaiy, feeling stupid, coati d tongue, poor uppi.titc,
iieivuus.siomiicli fiillnf wind, inrjthiiig that is cut
en lies hi-avy lo.s of memory, Iry ons bottle uf
nCIIHNLLS Bl'.AWEF.D TONIC, and one box uf
S HENi K'S MANDRAKE PILLS, It is only a cost of
one dollar and twtiity-livo coins, with full directions
. Tins is sullicknt. in maiij rases, to satisfy what the
i medii ines are. Fre'pieutly one bottle makes a great
, change in Ihe system. Any person that enjoys ordina
ry health, Ii) Using the Seaweed Tonic und Mandrake
Fills ociasioii'illy, must get thu digestive organs in
such n healthy condition Unit lin y bectiinu tU-shy I
can produce a number nf my ufil consumptive palients
now enjoying good health, weighing nearly 200 pounds.
I will conclude by relating three cures 1 have madu in
New Vork, and which ure all different, and wish any
I ono wliolcels any interest in the matter to visit them.
, I Irst is Mrs. I arlow, residing then at .No. 107 Houston
street. Her husband called upon ine ut my room, 3
I Uond ttrett, and wished me to call and fee her, llo
! e.i dl could do no good ; that ho had all Ihe best medi
cal attendance, and all said she was too far gouu with
I Consumption lobe cured i but she hail heord of im
lien in lliu tail slago of bronchial cuiisumntiun. ami
wuuuui uouui uiusi nave died soon, I examined her
lungs, inuud both bronchial tubis very much ull'cctcu,
but no cuvilies had fiirmed, hercough was very severe.
Hie spit-box was half full uf thick pus, Pulse 140, legs
swollen very much; and worse tan all, she hud chro
nic diarrhui.i. Her bowls had been moved eleven times
that i.ay. I told her she had lungs enough tube cured,
lut that this diarrhea had been long standing, and Inir
sioiu.ithwa, in such an ulcerated cundltion thai I was
atiaid nothing could bo dune. Sho insisted 1 should
try and do what I could fur her, observing that she
would not last long in iho condition she was in,
and I could not make her any worse. 1 gave her first
a dose 01 my Mandrake Pills, uud the tonic ami Syrup
freely. That wa. on Tuesday, and by the iicxlSuuduy
Ihe di.iriha'a was tarried off, her appetite hud returned
and ihe could sit up in bed anil eat her diuiur. Shuts
now well, and gave me u lung certificate, certified to
by tho Rev. Dr. Dowling.
Mra.n.irtholomcw, fc3 West Fcrly-fiftli urcct cumo
tn my rooms with a lumor on her liver. She was low
spirited, kni sallow, tonguo coated, bowels co.tive, no
appttito, and fast sinking into tho grave, Thu said
tumor hud bteu ruimir-g over fourteen years, 1 guve
her Syrup, Tonic and Fills, ami toldhcrto takoihcm
Ju.tas tho dlrittions vitro printed. She cauio'back to
iny rooms, 3J llon.l strict in two weeks, suinevvhut
uenei , nu .uiij it- nun ucguri 10 clean u utile around '
the edges. her skin whiter and heroics brighter, und I
the tumor diniarging very uileiuivu mutter, much I
faster than it had ever done before, Sho kept gradu. 1
ally improving, and in about tvvu months the camu to 1
my rooms viryinmh frightened, saiimj that thu tumor '
had nearly slopped running, uud was hculiug up, and
that every doctor had tuldher that if it ever healed It I
wuld cause her death. I luld her that Ihe disease had
all Hfl bvr system, andmAuru would heal the ulcer up
J hey aie now healed, and have been for about a year
and abolsks Ucojlyand rtibutta woujana vou win I
and ii a diryi walk, Wis liVfud Nr tsyena iS l on i
her. and lakes great pains lo visit any ftnd baa tim
hears has n thing like her eaJe. and tries to I,
I ho in locome and see me, Tho next case Is Miss vii,
neld, front Stamford, Conn. Mrs. Uartholoincw got bin
down msec me, and alio has b.en ivit slnco at hat
liouao. w nen sue nrai camo to Iny rminu, aha .
iiiuuivinaviunu miiiu u is irun f II a C Ull fill) I Jill I II If Iflf flO
quantities ofblund, I csamlaed her lungs with it,
resplrometer.and In all my practice- never found on.
wlthona lung so far gtma and tho other lung so sound
I could not glvnmiiih encouragement. I thought aha
would die i but to my astonishment the I'ulinonlcfyruu
Seaweed Tonic, nnd Matidrokn rills all seemed to j..
cuviiy ub iuiku b u kw.u rti B ( P"1"' nppetiio, nm
. tpiriin, nnu ii ii K'ii,,v,i piiiiiu inir
I iirtv-nvo tmnn. i,.
I weight. Sho Ins some cough yet, whli h 1 do no not
. think will Ic.ivu her belore June, I ihoul.l tl.lnk i,
I would bo i f pri nt lulirest to some ilnpriludiced tihr
. clclan to vltlt these caea, particularly XAit Ucoliil'l,
or any of them who have been cured by inv iiioJIclm.,
i 'I hey nro uilmi rom In New York , but the above Intm
all illlTrr rrniii eadi other nnd if my medh In, s utu do
ing what 1 repreient tlii-y arc, they should have tho
credit and tho ufllictod know w Inire nnd how they inb,
be cured, ). II. HCIICNIK, M. II,
' Or, J It. Pchdick canbe found at his ptlucipiil nirice.
No. 3!) Noith Cth Ptreei, lilladclphlu, every r'ntiirila,,
from 9 A. M iililll 5 I' .M , to lite advice, free tf
charge! but for a tlio'imnh r .taiiiliinlloii hi churgus
llitce dollars Price of Ihe Pulmonic Hyrup and Rev
weed I'nulc each ?liij per bottle, or 8'i tho half doisn
Mandrake Tills '.'A cents pi r bus, uud fur stlu by all
' IJriisuitH and llcalero.
, Juno II, l-CI.-l v.
'AO THE i. ADEEMS !
BOTH MAIUUED AND SINULhJ.
Oldest Regulator for Ponaalo;;
DR. CIIEESl'.MAN'S FIIMALU I'll 1,3
Will Itmnediately relieve, without pain, all dlstu bsn
tcs of the periodic I'ischarge, w lielher nrisln f Irum ru
iaxatluii or suppresslun. They ait like a chart. 1 in In
moving Ihe pains that accompany dtrilrilt or liuniojer
ale lueiisiritalioii, and art the only sale and rtlli.ids
remedy for Flushes, Sicx 1 1 1-,1 hcIi ' , l'n i u s in Ihe l.uiu ,
Hulk and Sides, l'ulpl .itlou ufthe Heart, Nurtoiu lit
mors, II) sleiirs, Sp asms, Hroktu Sleei, niul other un
pleasant and dringerous uffecls of an unnatural cundt
liou uf the sexual fiiuciious. In the worst cases t.f
Fluor Albus, or Whites, they cifttt .t speeit cure.
DR. CIIF.ESEMAN'S FEMALE I'H'.I.S,
Have been used o or a Uuiiuer nf u ('cntury. Tin 1
ure offered as the only safe un 11119 of renewing inli r
rupled menstruation, but La lies unlet bear 111 nun 1
thut, Hare is one cuinlitlon uf the It-male sysp-m 1.1
which the Pills lauiiot be taken without prodiuing ,
peculiar result The condition refeireil to is I'rt uiiauij
- llii ri suit. tli. carriage. Siuh is the irresistible 1, ..
dtnty uf Ihe mcdirlnu tu leslore the 90 X1111I (iinctlons
to n normal condition, that even the reproductive pun
er of nature cannot resist II. Filey cannot ilu harm 1.1
any other way
DR. IM.HUSEM N'S FEMALE FILLS
Aro the only .Medicine Ibal arried ami Hiiiy,- Lull, ,
havu relit d upon for many yems.or can re'y upon now
Hewnre of Imitations 1 Ttaee 1'iils form the Finuot
Preiarution evi r put forward, with iunui'diale un I
Persistent success. DuN' T III! DECI.IVEII Tnk
this advi rtisemeiit to your liruugisl. und tell him ttiM
yim ivaut tin-best and luosl ri li.ilile Fcuiiilu .Medisius
111 llio world, w hit It isi niiiprined in
Hit. CIIF.OMA.VS FEVIALE I'lLl.x; !
Ther have rt reived, and nre now n ti Iv inir 1 1. j ms
etion of the innt fiuiueiit Pin si, I uie ill Am,-ne&,
EXPLICIT DIHKCI IONS unlivdifi llu, the piks
One Hollar i"r Urn, containing trout : to 1.0 1'illsf.
Plils sent bv mail, prniaptly. bv rei.ifon tun ,.n,v
to Ihu l'roiif tois. or no iiiiihri.i il in cutM
funds. Sold by Druggists um inUy.
HU l'HINCS t H 1 1 . 1 . V r It Propri.. UrV
HI tVttnr Mr, , 1, ,nm,t y,
! Suld ill Hlooiiis ktirg, b ter .t .Mt, r, ana A
V Lull P. 0. v7 M j
KV'ANS & WAT30H-
, SAL .M.NDER SM'FJ). n
MOVLII In .' IT, i'vrd
(t Siftit. I'UUivttlphiA, liaru un
- w, r -Si ami n large .isbinimini "I Un
I- K'K :S Tim f prim! Sr.lni Ii r Safin.
''"SiJt.'.V V-.-351 '" """ doors lor banks ucl
j . ..' i.;. stores, iron shutt- f iron sah. utj
l 2 makes of locka e uiltu .,y aui .0
in til" rolled Stati"
f-irc Safe in one Jr3, .ill cant out ri-V, -ti s,
ttnti iit -fonil suadi'lii'i.
'Fhi- S'tlainauder Safes uf Philudi ', 'oa 44,111, si ih
KVANS t'c WAT.-Ov,
I nave hao the surest dtoiosiraliou ut the f n .nms et-v
I tificate 1I111I ibeir uiaiiufaeliin- of Salum.,,11: r S .f s Ju-s
j at I i.gih fully warranted tin rt pr. nentitti -ns nl,o h lists
I been ma le of them us rendering an tiiniuu .t d secutity
1 agaiusl tin' terrific 1 lemi lit.
i'luladi Iphia .pril 12
,Mntt HxaifSf Watson: lie nil. 00 11 II alio) ,s t.s
the lushest satisfatliou tn siati- to you. Dial o.vmg.i-j
Hie vi ry proiuttivi' ualiti. s 1 1 tnn of the Si.laiuiiiintr,
S.ifi s which wo purrli.isitl o yon souif five inoiiili ii.us
w- -.aved a larco jmrtit n of jem try, and all ..ur notXa,
.1 c expt'seil to the c tiaiiiiiious, file m Rani.li ud 1 lace iv
Hi niitrnnig ofth" lllli 111,1..
W In n we r. tl. 1 1 'litt Hi se ntf-s wt re I ite 1 in Its
1 I' urih 01
r) 01 in - intii'iinc w otrtipiid i, 1 1 Hut tiny
ini-iitlv lut ' a ll an t b lining ruins, win re tin
1 " "
vast run.- ntruilon of l!o- h nl caused III., brass pint. u
melt, wt ennui t but r. gar 1 the pr, terviilom ,.f their vol
uabh- e.-ol'-uis as in i con. Hieing proof '.f the great
Cliritv altor.i.'.l hi , ur tao .
W ' bull ttike gr. at pi a. art- iti r-cttinmeuilinf Uii'if, t
iutu of b.i.in iin.,1 ,,ir r linne-auaiust fire.
;i:iiiii;i; a. sr.iMn.ss & iiru.. iii.
!L-'I hej bar.
Juiy Jo, le-t,'s.
dttie, pstri.tiast.tl six taigu Sipaf.
uiy Jt,, It-i.s. f AwtirM JiJ, i
THE GREAT UnllLf - FAIR I.Xli uu U' .V i'k
f, 1. iMniV 11.
'nio.-i, w. .ma nsoN
Wss an nrded tin- Price Med
al for his superiority ovt r til
I i-uipclilions in the United
Lrtmuft for In s iniiruventtjiiw
I ?A-'lv '
' tf' is-l
lie being the inventor and i';:''" "
Muiiiif'tcturi r of Elasin siei 1 ,12i
Spring solid Solo Li-niher.iiid solid lliveti 1 : , fr.m
Travelling Trunks Valises, Lad i s Hat i a;
Rags. I.oatlier Hags, Umbrellas und II. tii.v 'l'i'
Hoys' Cigs, I'ropi Hers Whcelbcrrows, Ac . wo n i
is prepared lo sell at thu lowest manufacturing
The inosteiti'tisiTO Trunk and Carpet Hag Manuiu, ,
er in Philadelphia.
402 MARK.LT STREET, ono door nhi ve F- ,
, South sitle, PHILAI I i .
liyHiiles room on the first Hour.
uC7Trnilkv neailv r.li.ltrett or ..xrbnt,.t . . ut
t-uii unu see, us we sell very rlienp l"r , .
14, Ie03 l'Jinii
The Berwick SSou-e,
Reriiir.k, Columbia co., i'v
'ma HI' undcreigncd would ri'sp' ttfully nun jnee t"
'fif fuienda und Ihe public generally that
having leacd :iiis well-known house-he has giveu ll
n thorough renovation. The rooms have hi an re paps!
ed and lliu entire establishment cli-guully x furiiitbcL
lleing pleasantly and tligilry Incatnd. un.l prnn tid
with all the rcpiimu cniiveiiieuccii, it offers tu U4i
public Ihe combised advantages uf
A First-Class Hotel":
HIS TAIII.E will always be supplied with the bed Ih
mnrktts afford, and II IS EAR with tho elioiu.tll
'mors. Travellers, drovers, to. misters, hoarders. Ir
accommodated lo genera! satirfaction. Cartful ami ac
louiniodatiug Hostlers ulways in atti nilunes. r-tabliu
the most complete ami extensive in this section.
J. P. S1IIHKT.
May 28, 1F01.
Nos. 9, 11, Uf, 15, 17 Oouttlandt Street
NEAR RROADWAY, NEW YORK CITY
Tills old-established and favorite resort of tho Dim
ness Coiumunily has been rei ently refilled. ,ml 110101
pletu in over) thing that can minister lo the comlorls ot
its patrons Ladies and families are specially and cart
fully prov nled I'or,
It is centrally located in the lmincs part of thu city,
and is contiguous lo Iho principal lues tvf-steamboat
cars, muni busses ferries, ic.
In consequence of the pressure caused by the Reb.3
Hun, prices have been reduced to
One Dollar hkI Fifty Fenls per Dfy
'I he table is anidy supplied with all ihpJtuurUa H
Iho season, and is pial to tlir.t uf any otV-eputct Ui On
Ample accoinmodations aro uUi red fur tinware' af ft$
Uy Do not believe iiiuni-ri.narknk.-n. aril others (
may say "thu Wcttcm Hotel Is full."
D. I). WINUIipsiMJii, Proritk
'pilEProprietoruf this well-know ti ami cantraUy i"
L ted House, the E.lt lusnt Hniai., situata ml 5tctt.
Street, 111 Hluoiusburg. Imiuediaitlv "lunsite ilie Loluiu
, bin County (.'ouil House, rcspectlully i'hi'orius hisfrlcu'i'
unu inu public in general, tiiul his House is uutv in or
der fur the reception uniluntcrtuliiuient of unvilor vrha
may feel disposed tu favor it with tn irtaatom. lie las
sparod no expense in preparing i ;n iuwie, for tto
ciitcilaiiiiuent of his guests, ueillit - shall there be unys
thing wanting (on his part) to mini.;, r to ll'tir I'er; ail
coiotorl, His liuuso is snaciouj und --iiIi ys an oicjjlfi.t
Omiiihtiseii run at nil times between the Excitant
Hotel and tho various Rail Road Depots, by which traV
vlcra will bo pleasantly conveyed tu an. I from the rt'
pective Stations iu due time to moat tho Cars.
VM. 0, KOOtJW.
Dlooimourj, July 7, 1660