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MARK THESE FACTS!
THS;TE$TI3I0X OjTHE WORLD.
H:4 feu f gliS
. "V-- v
FA Da LEGS. B AD BR K A TS, SO R ES
AU description of fores are' remediable
by the proper and diligem use.of this ines
i mnhU nrpnaraiioM. "To attempt lo cure
rad lea by plastering the edges of the
bound"lo:2ih.er is a folly ; for should the.
t-kin unite, a boggy c'isend donditinn re
mains underneath lo bteak out uh tenfold
in a few days. The onl, raiionanl and
f uccesslnl treatment, as indicated by nature,
i to reduce the infhima. ion in ami ancui
th m,ml and tc soo-he the neighboring
parts by rubbing in plenty of the Ointment
a fait is loreea lino meat.
IIPTHERIA, ULCERATED SORE
THROAT, AND SCARLET AND
, Anv of the above diseases may be enred
bv well rut bin? Ihe Ointment three limes
a day into Use ." best, throat and neck of the
patient' il will font) peneiraie. auu
immediate relief. Medicine taken by the
mouth must operate upon the whole, sys
tern ere is influence can be fell in any lo
cal nart, whereas the O'n'nieni will do i s
work n once. Whoever tries the un-iie.it
in the above manner ot the disease nan.el,
ct anv similar disorders aflecti.: he ches.
sr.d throat, will fii.d themselves relieved as
by a charm.
TILES, FISTULAS, STRICTURES.
The above class of complaints will be
amoved by ni-htly f-menting the part,
with warm water, ai d then by mostefiect
uaUy rubbing in lha Ointment. Person
.-rT-rinT horn thee direful complaints
should lose not a moment in arresting their
proores- It should be understood that it
is not sufFiciefi merely to srnearlhe O.nt
mer.t on the abided parts, but it must be
well rubbed in for some considerable time
two 01 three time? a day, that it may be
nken into ibe system, whence it will re
move any hidden eore or wound as effect
ually as though palpable to the eye. There
boain bread nd water poultices, after rub
t.T in of the Ointment, will do great ser
vice This t the only sore treatment icr
females, cases ol career in the stomach, or
where there may Le a general bearing
INDISCRETIONS OF YOUTH ;-SORES
Blotches, as also
svve hn-?S. Wlin
cer!a;n;y,Ve radically "red" if ihe O.nt
mentbiused Ireely, and Fill be taken
. ; ,s ,n,i .nrnini as reeomir ended in the
priced instructions. When ireae I in any
inner way tney only dry up in one ru-tre
. . - : v . . . irh.vpa l n is U ' 1 1 1 -
to DreaK onun amu -r , -
nieut will remove the
I) Cm Or KUMi lc r - (
tern, and leave the pnfent a
I . , n...-i a o t 1
tahhir hpin?. It will reqoire
the use cf the 'o ensure a lasung cure
DROPSICAL SWELLINGS, PARALSIS
AND STIFF JOINTS.
kunh- ih above complaints difler
widelv in tbeir orirn and nature, yet they .
.tl r..nn re oral ttca'TPeni.
worst cases, of s rich diseases, will yield in
a compiratively sncrt space of time wh -n ,
thi Omiment is oiitgenu) t""""
part afTected. even al er every .otJer means
lave laded, lo all strious mal .d.es the
Pill-, should be taker, according to the oi-
Both, the Ointment and Pills thnddbe usci in
th: folloving ones :
Hi! I tons Complaint?,
l'lotche? on the
Cop.st!pation of the
Fevers of all
Stone and Gravel,
Worms of all kinds
C.45JTIOX None are cenn'tne uoles
the words 'Hohowav, Te York and Lon
don," are disceraitde as a II aler vnrk n
every leaf of '.he book of direction are on
iMeh rot or box ; the same may be p ai.dv
?en bv holding the leaf to the tisfhl. A hand
pome reward will be given to any one rer.
oerlu2 such information as vrav lead hand-eet-riion
of any party or parties counter
fei irg the medicines or vendiug the same,
1. cowing them to be spurious.
: Snld nt the Manufactory of Professor
Iloiioi-ay, 80 Maiden Lane. New Wk, and
by !l respectable Drugsi'ts and Dealer in
Medicine, tbrou2houl the ViviiizeJ worid.
in pots, at 25c, 62c. and SI each.
fF There is a considerable saving Ly
taku'g the larger sizes. .
N. B. Directions for the guidance ol pa
lierrtr, id every disorder, are affixed to each
t.0T, , October 10, 1S60.
Oi Main treet, two doore above the 'Amer
For Sale or Kent.
TTHE fuhscriber offers three Houses
and Jots for sale, or rent, one in Blooms
X vrg, one at Buckhom, ar.d one rt lower
LirrTe Ridge, ail in this county.
Fioorcsbnrg Feb. 6, 1861.
THE vndersigned ofTera for fate st the
Store formerly kept by Joseph Gearhar.
"deceased, in Caltawissa iownhip. aboot
thrgp miles from me town of Cattawissa,
0- fieaortmPfi! of . -
PHIXG ASD SUMMER GOODS,
'7e:or lo any ever brought to that section
Hi'v !ock cf soo-Js is varied and of a n ez
esprit quality. He is prepared lo tell cheap
I ,Vk:t rnrchased h jjood to suit the
time!.. Purchasers are cordially invited to
n A examine his stock for the mselves
. i-n.',rt SIm and Small profits," has
adopted a hi motto.
fTCoaatry produce laken in exchange
f.-r oods at the rernlxr market price's.
A "JAC03 II. CREASY.
C-.".aria twp!. May 1-
TO Til PEOPLE
OF THE UNITED TATESJ
IN the month of December, 1858. ihe un
derpinned for the first time offered Inr "ale
to the public Or. J. BUVKK UOUS' lMl'E-
RIAL WINE Bl ITERS, and in this short
period they have given such univeisal a'-
isdaet.ion lo the ruan thousand ol person"
who have tried tl.em that il is now an es
tablished article. Tlie - amount of bodi y
and mental mieii arising nmyly from a
neglect of small corrplainl' is snrprisina,
and ii is therefore ol the u'mcst importa-ice
ritt a strl' t atten'ion to the leas! and most
ha:fl:nu bodily i.i!mer.t should o !il ; fcr
itiseases ol the botfy imis" invari;itly nfl-ft
ihe mind. The subscribers noiv o ily a
DR. J BOVEE DODS'
Imperial Wine Bsitcrs!!!
fron ?ll w ho have no: used i!:em. We dial
lei re the world to produce their equal.
These Bitters for the cure of Weak Stom
achs General Debility, n 1 for I'.irify "fin
and Enrn hii g the Blood, are ab-oln'e'y iii
!-nrpassed by any other remedy on earth.
To be asguied of thi', it is only r.ece-eary
to m-kt "he trial. The Wine itelf is ol
a very superior qnali'y, bein? about one
th'rd stronser than other wiis; war nim
and invigorating the whoh sFem fron th
head to the feet". As these Kilters are tonii
and alternative in their character, so tl.e
sirenthen and inviaorate t tie whole sv-
tem and give a fine K " and healthy a"i n
to all its parts.by eqn.Iizo g I tie circi.i-.nio.i
removing obsfruc ions, and prodncii'i a
general warmth. Ttiey are alo exce'den'
Tor D.-eaies and Weakness peculiar lo FE
MALES, where a Tonic i required to
stren.(liehand bmce the sy1tir. N LiJ,
who is snlject to lisi!ule and f,in;net,
-should be without them as they are revivN
ivir.g in their action.
J nil not only Cure, but Pneent Diira&f
and in this refj ect are doubly valuable to
the per.-on who n-y ne thm. For
Wek Luns, Indiges'ion, Dys.ie .si. Dis
eies ol lI'O Nervous System. Para :ysi-i.
Piles, and for 1 1 case rt q'H'ini h Tonic
Dr. Doils' fi!ftr U Mine Bitlprs
For Sore Tnroit so common amonu the
Ciergy, they ae iru'y valuable
For the aeJ and It firm. m for persons
of a we.ik cons;totiif, for Minis!"! of
the Gosp.cl, Lawyer, and all public !peak
ers for Book Keeper, Tailors, S imstre.
es. Sindetits. Ariis's and all per-or s h a
ing a sedentary lite, they will prove truly
A a Beverage, they are v. Iio'ora". in
noceiM, and delicious to the taie. They
produce all the exhil ira.ina ejects cf Br hi
ilv or Wine, wihot t inloxicnting ; and are
t a valuable remedy for persons addicted to
the ue of excessive strnir drink, aiid whi
wish to refr,ai'i from i'. Titey ar pore and
entirely free fiomthe poi-ons cori'viined in
in the adulterated Wines and Ltqnors w ith
which the country is fl.o ld.
These Bi'lers not only CURE, hrA TP.E
VENT Disease, and s"ior.i d I- u-e I by all
nlwilivB in aroninrv where the water is
i . , ' . , ,.,..11.
n Uli Fit I PI flllMf H l.l't ''! U vr iti
js they may ?e gtvti freely tJ Cid S-e.
ai d Ii.lan's wiih impt tmy.
Phyt-irians. C!erj)rn-n, a -d e rr p-r-ince
advocates, as an act of htir-tii'y. st ciiid
assist i'i spiead.ng t';ee vali.b!e Bl V-
TERS over ! e Li'.d, and thereby e erita i
jy H-ul i., bat.ishitu Drti 'kei
:hf-s atiJ l-bs
In ail AiTcnors of the heal, s ck
cr Nervous Headache. Dr. l td
Wi te Bitters will be found to
Sabrary and Etli -aci us.
be lit Or t
The many ceriiti-u-es which have been
tendered n, and the let ers which we ar-
daily receiving, are coi ch-.s;ve prooi that
among ihe women this Biner havo r'tv
en a satisfaction which no other- have cvt
done before. No woman in the Led sln-.nl :
be withoot lhci, an I tho-e who once u-e
them will not fail to keep a simply.
. J BOVEE DODV
IMPERIAL WINE BITTERS
Are prepared by an eminent and -l;i!I ul
pbysiciao vho ha- used them snece-h:l it
h-s practice for the la-t tv.enty five ye,r-.
The proprietor, before j nrcha-u.g the ex
clusive rislit lo rranKlactnre 'a-.d sell Dr. J.
Hovee Dod' Celebrate 1 Loiperial Wine
Bi'ters, had them tested by two di-ni ui-h-ed
medical riictioneers, pronounced litem
a valuable remedy for di-ease.
AlthocEh iLe medical men of the coun'rj
as a general thing di-approve ot Pa e :t
Medicines, yet we do not bebeve th it a re
spectable Physician can te found in th
United State. aca'.iainid w'.tti their meili-
ral proper'ies who will iol h'ii'dv apivow
DR. J. BOVEE DODS' IMPERIAL WINE
In wll newly seuler1 phce, where there
is alwajs a lare quartuy of decai:-.2 ii'i -ber
from which a poionous mi..-ma i
created, those bitter should be u-ed everj
morning before brekfasi.
DR 1 O.'EEPOD'
IMPERIAL WIMJ BITTERS
Are composed of a pure aiut nnt'nlier.UeJ
Wine, combined witit Barrern, Soiomo.s:
Seal Coiilrey, Wild Cherry Tree Brk
Spikenard, Chamomil" Flower, an.l lien-
tian. 1 hey are manutatureo i i"- ' "ll
I imsell. v ho Is ;;ii experienced and suc
cessful Plisichn, and Itttice should not n-
cued among the quack nostrum wn: u
flood Kte country, and aiain-t wnicn un
iledical Profession are so jo-tly prejudiced
These truly valuable Bi'teH have Keen
so thoroughly tested by all cUe- of the
community lor almost every varie'y of dis
ease incident to the hnmar system, thai
they are row deemed indispen-able a u
TONIC, MEDICINE AND A BEVERAGE.
K'urcliatc One Boillc J
It Costs but Lit le ! Punlv the Blood ! Give
Tone to the Stomach ! Renovate the
Srstem ! and Prolong Life
PRICF Si PER BOTTLE, 6 BOTTLES S5;
Prepared and sold By
CHARLES W1DDIFIELD & CO ,
78 William Street, New York.
rF"For sale " by Drnga'tsts and grocers
generally throughout ihe country.
Ang;it 28, 1861 ly.
KEW BUSINESS FIR3I.
rFTHE iindersirr;ed re-pecdully inform
their friends and ihe public generally,
ihai thev havp entered into, co-partner-hin.
nnderthe name, stvle an firm ol MILLER
& EYER in the
Trcr.rmiif He Business
in the 'Oid Arca.ie," in Bioomsbnrg, Co
lumbia county, where they intend carrying
on itie business of GENERAL MSKLHAN
DIZiNG, in all ils diversified branches and
nocarimonla. ami lo which they III V ll ail
I 7 i
exiensiou of the public patronaae.
S. H. MILLER.
FRED K EYER,
Bloorruburg, May 15, 1861 tf.
I Ayer's Cheiiy PectoraL
PHILADELPHIA AM) READING ;
. WINTER ARRANGEMENT,
DECKMBER 5tH 1859.
Fo'ir Daily Passenger Trains to PhUiJclphit .
(From and passing Reading)
At 6.20 a. m., 10 20 a m., 12 noot ,
(F'eiuht and Passenger.) and 5.06 p. m.
Two daily trains to Po t-viUn and Po t
Clinton, al 10 15 a. in., and 6.05 p. m.
Connecting at Port Clinton wiTi train h i
T;Mi:iqna. William-iort, E oiira, Buffalu.
X i ; i i r a Fal'", and !he C inad.is.
Tlie lO.l a. fn ut train O'lly r-O'inefts i:
Port Cliii ou wlh trains lr VV ilkesharr
crai!tO'l and Pi'tston.
Pa-sener-t lea v -iig W illiam por bv tl e
Cattawi a Riilroml niin line, at 10. 5
p. in , connec: wi.li a pi!cner train lta '
,,u Port t.'lidion a' 4.50 a m., arnve at Ilea t
ing at 5 50 a. m., breakfast and proceed t i
rect to Philadelphia bv the 6.20 a. m. Rea I
iri A' cttmno'laiiiui Train.
().. Sondavs :he 10.15 a. m. Down, aid
ihe r'..0.b m U Trains only mo.
L1 BANO.N VALLEY BRANCH.
Two Trains Daily, Sin-!yi Hxcpfe-l) to a u!
A' 10 23 a. m a d 6 08 p. m Leavi i
H-rtihnrj at 8 00 a. to and 2.35 p.m.
Ciune,-.ii'g with trails 0:1 the NurMie'n
Central. Pe insVlvania and Cumherljcd V ii
Raiiroad-. lor Stmt nry. i.lnms,.f r',
7 - '
1.I: irnoe, Ciiarn-
IhfMig'. li'-ket Re.,d!p.i h Bil;iinoe.
4 CO ; to Lanca;er, 2 25 ; to Gcj.y.-bu g,
8o pound-' of baae allowed lo cash
Tiie s- cond cla.-s cars run wih all tttc
: b" ve tnn!i.
Through firi class " tu k-M- at r-'dored
rates to Ni..2-tra Fad-. B.dfalo, Detr ii.
Chicago, Aiot all the p.ric.i-i.l point- in 'lie
W est, N"M'i We-t, ana the Canaoas; nnd
E niL'ror.t Tii'.k.-t-at t-r fares to ui! a'U v
places, can be ha I on application t ' h
s'ailoii ai'nl at Rending
AH iickei- will t- purchase:! be:.-ir t,.-tr-i.ts
-larl. llthcr lue hruel il pud
I,, ears. G A. NICOLLS,
Engineer ar-d Geuerul Superuaeti.lt (
Fet-ruary S2, 1860
mm wr?' --v
x Ciole;Ec ami Siclail.
II E ru't'-crifier would announce io t.
thai ri is se'lmi LIQUORS in lare md
stj.all qnant'fies. arri at -I -fferent price at
hi- Ne' Siore. on Mam street, ;v -j
n of n si i e, i i i nii - sou i i . v - , -. , v
' ... . 1 1 il T - r M.J
trim r- i o-- o
stock of Foreign ami Demesne
ron'is ol l.onac ami iiocbelle. B:a!k ;er
ry, (jtiiiier. Raspbrrj and Lavender. He
bus a large awir'.uten' of
Old Re o,ay with av:e, hue O d Bo.irbon.
0;-l Fnli. Whiskey, and any cjuai.tit; oi
coir rrtoti. I'e al-o hs
PURE HOLLAND GIN3
pa 2 re V
Lisbttn. Clart-i, Sherry and Can
mes .,il .t-i Lot nnl lea-l. a
nil y i'tol dot;Lfe ex'r-; r-i'Jiv
Si OCT; ali of v. huh he v. ill -ell a the
iov e-t casb prici S. 'fhe piihiic are resj.ecl
h.lij rolici ed to iiive hi- litpior h tri il.
I) W. ROiiiilNS, Ag't.
I'. onnr s)-,.rj, Mav 1, 161
SPRING AND SUMMER
CG1 JLJ 9
LAIiCE STOCK AM) L0V, Plilf .
l C e have a.sin t een to i v. a i I re-
ti.n.ed w i-h a larg- 'ock of (J -! s for
the se:i-r. i. wt.i. h we are prepared !' sei
ai a low ri;iire lor reHily pay
Our to; k
II ir Praie, Q .vare, Le ?rware.
1 .v i.re. H..;i v. -'.v tie
BOOTS AND SHOT. S,
Grc-erie.-. Nil-. Iron. F-h, Snh, Ih.- er,
F-'in-d. Camp'.ene (,U. Wiiite Lead by the .
Iv-g, Cbf3p. is" &r.
JJ C. t I. W. IIART.M.- N.
B! m. bum, April 10. 1-61.
Fitnsn AVJiiVAh of
SPRIXG AND Sl?iI3iEl. G CI '
f MIK -nb-criber- hav- jo-t reinr-'M fi.-.m
ti e City vvidi anoiher I true ami lm t
;. - ' i f I ' I f 1 1 1 ot
Spring? :tsl suuinicr Com,
l.nr. t t-eii ;i I i . n.me. ,
ibia, at lne .
fijee. and i,o, tik-y
ar iirter'ii il i d t '
mt dera e terms a- can b t-ro-
Stock COil. P' l-es
fulif' Uit C;o.uI-,
o- the choit e-i iv!es m tl I t'e- :..-bi n.
rr'j. jO G3 li i S3
ll .rUvare. (J oeen are, Cedr-H'. Hoi-
i w ware,
Nads, Boo-s fc Shoe-, !h -
a. dCtps &c, fee. Ir. short, e-e ihni
n-uallv keo! m country s-nre-; to wr-i -n t .
invites the public iretically Tne itt'iest
price paid for count') j r.-. l 2ce.
.l I l.l.t.lv c. l.. . rik.
BI-ion.sbnrg Miy 15, l6i.
.sckM and Bloorosburg Uaiload.
ON AND AFTER AUG. 5ft. ISC, PAS
SENGER TRA1N WILL RUN AS FOL
F tight tk
rastenger. ' sc;igct .
Leave Scranton, 5 45 A. M. 10.50 A M
4 Kingston, 6.50 Arrive Iz, 10 r. ii.
Arrive at Nortlrd. 9 50
Leave North M. 4.40 P.M.
t iJnoer!. 5.50
Kinsston, " 45 Leave 1 35 P
1 rilra nt !s.-T anion. 8.45 P M. 3! 5 P
A Pa-seiiger Train also leaves !Cington
at 8.00 A - M. lor Scramon, to com ect with
train for New York. Reiurnins leaves
Si-ranloti on arrival of Train Ircra New
York at 4 10 P. M.
The Lackawanna and Bloomsb irg Rail
road connects wii'i the Delaware Lacka
vanna and Western Railtosd at U-ranton.
lor New York and interrnediata pcints ea-t.
A' Rupert it connect with It.e ( atawis-a
Radroail for poin-.s both east and west.
Al Northumberland it connects with the
Philadelphia and Erie R. R and Northern
Central R. R. for roint- west and sonth.
JOHN P. 1LSLEY , Sup't.
II. rr-TTrBosE, Gen t ltckel Ag l
August 21, 1861.
" , K f 1
Are yon ick, ft-ifblo, and
coraplMiiiingf Are you out of
order, with your ejKtcin do-ruiiji-il,
iid jour fvolingt tin
couil'ortHlilof These symp
J toiuti aip oitcn the rulude to
..(..... 111..... ,.f
jjj'vl . elrkncss iKrierplug niton you,
iV?i:'?i od utiould be averted hy a
timely u.e of the rinht rem
edy. Take Ayer'a and
cleanse out the dUordored hu
mors purity tne mooa, ana
tho fin l.ti tiiovo ou unoh-
t( in health airulu.
v mi imtilHtii thn fnncti-itifl
""''Ji-Jt'T of the body into vleorous ac-
tJjA&j '-- tivity, purify the ttytetn from
tin, t08truitiu wtiicu inaae
disesRe. A cold Botlloe Fnmcwliwe iu tha bod;', and ou
triit't! its natural functions. Theow, if not relioved,
rfii-t ur"n tliein-ielvea mid the iiiroiindiiig orh'all pro
cluciiic pnsral ninrravniion, auft.'riiig, und dttKaiie.
While in Uii- condition, oppivtwd by the del ati(mui'iita,
take Aver's fill, and aee Ikiw directly they rent ore the
niititrid union of tlio ay-m. and with it the buovaut
ffoliir; orinalth nptin. Wliut ts ti uo and h t appareut ia
thU trivial and common rompl.iint. in alrfo tiu in inauy
of the .t. eivnte 1 and dmireiou distempers. Tho name
purgative elTcct exi't litem. Cuused by Hiniitiir ol).lru
tions und der.tii(tiMiii-nts of the uatural fiiiicUoits or the
b-lv. they arw r.tiiillv, and ninny of th'-m eurely, cureJ
by tho Kiune means. Nouu who know Ilia virtue -f theae
Pills, will n.iflect to employ theiu whea aufTering from
the rtiiordern thv cure.
Stat. m.-iil't from leading p'.tysl.lana lu aome or tha
principal citiea, and from othur well known public per
Fi nn a Forwarding Merchant ff St. Louis, F-b. i, 1558.
Pa. Arm: Your fills are the paraxon of all that ta
frt'wit iu uip.ikine. They have cured my little daughter
of ulrer tin surcs upon her humid and f"t tltat had proved
iiirtiral.l" for yeam. Her mother bun been louir griov
tuly nfillcted with bh.tche and piuiploaou her alau and
in her hair. After our child was cured, alio also tiiJ
your I'ilU, and they liave cured her.
' ASA MORQIUDOB.
As at Family Pliyatc.
From Dr. ir. CarltcriuUt, Xeto Orltanl.
Tour Tilt aro the prince or purges. Thoir excellent
qunl;tiea Burpasa anv cathartic we posaiwa. They are
nilld. but very ceitain and eff-ftuat in their union on the
bowels, which makes them invaluable to us in Hie daily
treatment of disease.
yVoia Dr. rAiuird ioyd, BiUunor'
Prvnrmo. Aveb: 1 cannot answer roa u-'i.iJ comrlalnt
I have cirfr with your Tilt better than to say U t',it wt
trer tre it with a pnrifUive ntfticine. 1 .lai-e preat dpeu
d.ui -e on an eir.-ctual catltartic in my daily cnte-t with
disease, and believing as 1 do thnt your fills aflord us tha
best we have, 1 of course value litem highly.
riTTWM, Ta., Mav 1, la55.
PR. J. C. Avr. Fir: I have been repeate-lly cured of
the worst k-atla-fm apr IkmIv can have by a d.e or two
of your fills. It iseeiiis to arise ftutu a foul stomach,
wlucli they cleanse at once.
Yours with threat inspect, ET. V. ritKBlK,
Cltrl: of Steamer Clarv-n,
Blllona DIordcn-t!vrr Cotnpllit.
From Dr. Therrinre lUt, tf N-,o Yfc C1!.
7nt only are your Tilts ndnr.ratdv adapted to their pnr
p-s. as an aperient, but I find their betieli. iul efT. ct" ujou
the Liver very marked indeed. They have in my prac
tice proved lit. .re eirecttial for the cute of t.hmu C-a-iU(
than auy one remedy 1 can mention. 1 siu ert ly
i.-joi.e tliai we have at leurith a pnrinie vthi.-tt i wor
thy tlte couhdtfiice of the pruHmsiuu and the peoplw.
PirABIMRMT Of IHt iNTimr.R, 1
yVasl.tiiKton, V. C. 7lh Feb., ISotS. J
S:R : I have used your 1 tils iu iny central and hospital
pi-v-tirc ever sini-e )ou made them,aud cauuot luMlate to
say tiiey are the best cathartic we employ. Their regu
lating action on the liver is qui. k and Uwidod. cous
gueutly they are an admirable remedy lor derau;etiieuU
ol that cri:aii. Indeed, f have seldom f-'iind a case of
Itlu.ut dutlirt ao .Iwliitate that it did ttot lea.lily yieU to
them. 1 internally yours, AUtSZ'J UALh, M. 1.,
J'jl$ician of tlie JUanut It.'tjMaL
Dyaentery, Dlarrliocn, Relax, Woriue.
Frinn Dr. J. 67. Ut eea, of Cki&npK
Your fills have had a tone trial iu my practice, and I
hold them in esteem as one vf the best aperienu I Lava
j ever found, 'i'helr alterative efl-tct U.ou tbc liver i..kr
I theiu an f relleut teiuedy, when fciven in fctniill d - fjr
I btlfut dijtettt-rj ami Jiutritro. Their stinr-M-liug
ntil.es them very acifptalilo aud couveuiunt for the use
I ct women and children.
Dyspepsia, Impurity of the Blood.
Front Jifv. J. V. Uiiuet, l'atliir of jtjeent CliureU, Union.
' Pa. AtiR: I have ued ynnr fi!l with extraordinary
socc - iu my family and anions th..e 1 um called t j visit
' In li-lie. To r'niilate tlie oivans of di.ti..!! and
' ptiiify the Hood, they are the very best remedy I Lava
j n r ku" u, and I can confidently recommend them to
1 T.iv Ii u-.iflK. Yours. J. . 111.1IU3. i
yVtnsw, 'WyomliiK Co., N. Y.. Oct. 21, 1-65. i
PrR Sir : I am usinn your t'athartie fills In my prac
tice, and fiud tlteiii an excellent jinrpative to cieamte the
eystem and I'uritv tlie f;uv'.itin$ bl'l.
JttllN O. MKACIIAM, M. D.
Con tlpnt Ion, Cant I vena, Supprmlen,
Itlieniitn ti-i, ticMit, Nturalgla, IJrop-
y, I'aralyais, Flta, etc.
Fnm Dr. J. 1'. VuuiKn, Montreal, Cannila.
Too much cannot be ssid of ynnr fills for ttie cure of
Cftirmr. If others of our fraternity have und them
os efficacious as I have, they should join me in proclaim
ing it for the benefit of the multitudes whosii:l.-r from
ttiat complaint, which, although bad enough i.t it-elf, ia
the progenitor of others that are worso. J Itetieve C"
fi'reH to oririnste in the liver, but your Tills affect thai
organ and cure the disease.
Front. Mrs. F Stuart, Fiytician arti Hiilvife, Rt"l.
T find one or two turn doses of your I'ills, biken at the
proper tune. are eK:eltent promotive t.f the Hnlttritt I'crt
twn vilien wholly or partially aiipresatd, and also very
efti-ctnal to e'eante tlie tL.mauk and er-t itwtiat. They
are ao much the best physic we have that 1 recommend
no oilier to my patients.
From Vie Jlev. Dr. ITAicket,oflhe JA'VvJiX Fpit. Church.
Pcititi Itorr Favnnnah, Oa., Jan. 6, ll.
H .jtnwrn ?ir : 1 tin. old be unuratefitl f.r the relief
your skill lias brought me if 1 did not report my c.-t to
yon. A cold e-ttled in my litutand bri.tiKlit on excru
ciating renra'ijic which etel-d in chnmic r 'l'Uma
!.. Notwithstanding I had lh i e-t of physi. ; ins. tha
diese grew vine and worf.e. until by the advice rf your
exll-i.t ti.'e nt iu Ilaltimora, Pr. Mackenzie, 1 tried your
Pills. 'J heir efT.s-U were slow, t ut sure, lly porju. eriuf
lu tho use of them, I am now entirely well.
f fsati CriiMr.ni. Baton Honsr, La- 5 Pec. 155.
Pr. AtFR : I have len entirely cured, by your fills, of
Fhrnntittr. tiuvt a painlul disease that I. a t afiiicted me
for years. V1NCKNT i-LIPKLL.
i-Most of the Tills in market contain Mercury,
wbirh, although a vnlua'.le reme.lv in skiftil hands, ia
dangerous in a public pill, from tlie dreadful cj.se-juen-es
that frequently f ill w its incautious uw, Thesa
contain no mercury or tniiieial suhstnuce whtever.
Trice, 5 cents per Box, or 5 Boxes for $1.
Prepare! ly Er. J. C. AYZ2 io CO.. Lowell, llaji.
: , . ; . r i J ii ..1 ; . i
M ll.r.eubncii. Bioon.sbtir. ti it by h
dealer in e tr low n in li e tate.
April C, 1F6! -Ir.
uiox't :ud Association
J'nevnl-'t!t Iiispliili.ii! esiahVie:'
special E ul '.vrsiei,t, I -r
Sick au.t Di-tre-e't. oilLf
lent an I Clir'iiic Di-easH
lv tor ihe l!ure td l)icst-
.' w.'l: V.ru
- EDIC L ADVICE gtv n grati-. by the
- Acti S'i'u ;'i, lo all who aji. lv by
let'er. i h a description of their i ,.n l i i m,
(age, oi citpaticn. hsbus of fe .) and
in case of extreme poverty, Medicines
d !ei of C'large
VALUABLE RE POP IS on Soeroaion! om
and o'her Di-ease- ol it e N.-xll.il Oroai s,
anilon the NEW REMEDIES emploed
in ihe Dispensary, sent 'O the afflicted in
sealed letter envelopes, fiee of charge.
Two or three stamps for posiaee will be
Address, Dr. J. SKILLIN HOUGHTON,
Acting Snrgenn, Howard As-oci alion , N".
2 So Jh Ninth S:reet, PhilaJebhia Pa.
Bv order ot the Directors.
GEO. FAIRCH'L' Sec.
EZRA D. HEARTWELL, Prest.
Pi.idel.d.ia, April 3. Iftfil ly.
(Latk WmtE Swan)
Race Street above Cd Philalflibia
JOHN H OYER, Proprietor.
Terms. $1.S.7 per day,
rr'Otheold ctistomers of 1'iis we. I known
J Hon-e. I desire to say, that I have
renov;ued, improved and newly furnished
ihe ga.ne, and ihat I respectlully solicit
a continuance o' their patronage.
S rangers, travelers and visitors I cor
dially invite to Ihe hospitallity of the ''Na
tional" to come arid see and judge lor
themselves of its advantages and merits.
-The locaiiow is rentral, and convenient
lor Merchant and business men generally
We will always endeavor to study the
wants and comforts of our guest, and with
the assistance of Sir. Joseph llousili, our
allahlrt and attentive Clerk, we feel prepar-ed-o
keep a good Hotel, aud hoje togive
general fattsfactioh. ' c'
v .JOHN B0ER.
: S E W I NG MACHINE!
PATENTED MARCH 9, 1858.
rnicp. sio kach.
MESSRS. ZUPPINGER& BOBBINS, of
Bloomsbnrti, hating purchased iheex
i lusive risht ol "the above valuable Impro
ved Cheaj Patent Sewins Machine, for
ihe County of Columbia, will be happy lo
supply their friends with the article lor the
accornincdHtionof themselves and families.
The fnllcvvins ere eorne of the superior
advantages tbis implement possesses,, viz :
1. It sews from 400 to 600 light btitches
2 Double thrr-ud Machines are from the
more complicated character of iheir mech
anism invariably miiaped and threaded
with more or le-s difliculiy ; not fo with
RAYMOND'S, a child can mannge it ir. two
hours, and it is threaded easier than a com
3. One of the moM valuable features of
this Machine, is the stnallness and the
compactness of its mechanism.
4. P can be attached lo a board, table or
s.nr.d, in operalinu order, and removed in
less than half a minute.
5. It creatlv economizes the thread, and
jet produces a seum, eufiieier.Uy strong for
any work lor which it is intended, a qnal
'ilica'ion not known lo all kinds of Sewing
6. No human hand is capable of produ
ciua a seam so regular and systematic.
The eam is so strong if well done, ihat the
-iongest iiiateriiil will lear before the
scam will give way.
7. Amelia the array of Pa'ent Cewins
Machines, Ihere are none t50 cheap and
durable as Itaymor.d's Patpnt, but no Mat-hire
is adapted to all kinds ol work as
experience has proven. 1 here are perhaps
none so real" useful, doing such a variety
ot wore for the immediate uee of the fam
ily circle a-ul at such a moderate price as
RAYMOND'S PA 1 KN 1 .
8. The operator can shape his seam just
s.s he pleases, waves, leaves and flowers,
etc., cm l e represented or irni'aled.
9. It is particularly ai'aple 10 all kinds
of stiichirg such as penlletn en's shirt,
I psoitis, ristbands, collars, etc., ami all
kinds of ladies' sewing, including silks,
1 .wns, delair.es,' Calicoes, dusiers. etc.. ex
ceptint: tor ipen'sheavy wear, this Machine
ia ralher ton ligbt - conslruclion.
10. But we all admit, that the advantage
,) health, and principally to the vision or
fvesig hi, inonced ly the use of Sewing
Machines, surpa'ses infinitely all oilier ad
tantacea. 11. This Machine fastens the sam al
ways itself, hut if ihe operator wishes it
tinlastrued' or open, there is a way lor it
ton, ihu jo" can have it fastened or not,
us jou please, which is, sometimes, espe
cially for beginners, a very favoratde cir
. t.tr.'siaiiCe. If the seam is loft utt faster.e 1,
o:ican draw it out in three secendeand
eave the thread.
For sale by the undersigned, at their re
spective residences, in . Bloomsbu'g, who
ill put the Machine in operation and give
all necessary instruction.
DANIEL W. UOUH1NS.
rioorr.strtrg, J'1')' j,t J8eo-
FRESH ARRIVAL OF
XT II K Aft Qt'AISTr.US!
HAVE just received and opened , heir stock
o! Merchandise for sale, which compri
ses ilia LARGEST, Cheapest, and .amt'om
est a-sor.rnei.t now ( tiered in this TO VN.
Iljving pant preat attention lo the selection
ot their entire stock as lo
i'rici- nml Quality,
they fLl'ter then selves that t!ie) can compete
with the cheapest, and all those wishing'to
buy cheap, can rave money by giving us a
call. We havea'l kinds of goods and wares
j to eiipply the wants of ihe peoptc. A very
t arre and complete assortment ol
i LAl)ir.S'I)l?i:S? GOODS.
i Fiend. Merusoes. wool plaids, alpaca, boio
baxices. de biaes, poplins parainetia cloths,
! mohair lus'res, muslin de Uines; Persian I
i cloths. Ginghams, abcoes, c.
WHITE GCODS OF ALL KINDS,
; Sleeves, Collars. Spencers, handkerchiefs,
: floiH'Cings, buml and trirnmiiios, Ln-es and
; pdiiing-.hi'iMiel ribbons, in lirjf variety, yl-
tithnn. and t ri Is. Kid, rotten, iisie
ud glove, rnohair min-, Al.c.
ai;l kiaiim orLuAAVi.s,
broclie, Bav Si.oe, Waiervi'.ie, black stik,
eaM.n.eie, emhro dered, &c. Also a vety
large lare assortment of Cioihs, ca-;fnets,
saiinets, vestirii-s, tweed, jeans, coating vel
vet, beaver cloths, &c.
j of all kinds and sires for men, women and
' children. We have a large assortment of
j II ATS ai d CAPS r f the lale-t fashion. We
! have also, Hardware, Queen-ware, Cedar
Wiiie.&c. Yety cheap
! caiu'Fi scaium:t-ilc:s, floor.
j table und carriage oil c!oih. mats, nigs, bas
kets, kc. Muslins, flannels, lickings, dra
' pers, tow.'lii s, driUii'gs, &o , in abundance.
We invite our friends nd the public gen
j erally to give u a call t efore purchasing
elsewhere r We have boiiiht our goods at
i the LOWEST CASH PRICES nnd will not
l e undersold by anvboov or tt-.e re-i nl ir.an
t ,nd. McK ELVY, N EAL & CO.
Bioomsl nrg, Nov. 21, 1850.
Tinware L stove Esablislinient.
fytilE UNDERSIGNED te-pectfully in
lorms It its old Iriends and customers,
that l.e ha" purchased his brother's interest
in the above establishment, anil the con
cern will hereafter be conducted by himself
exclusively. He has just recoived and of
fers tor sals the largesi ami mnsi r-
. ... riVOV;l'OTV;
5 tensive assortment oi rvivi w
ever introduced into this market.
Stovepipe and Tinware constantly on
hand and manufactured to order. AM kinds
of repairing done, h8 usual, mi short notice.
The patronage of old friends and new cus
tomers is respectfully j'jjjupERT.
Bloomsburg, Jan. 12, 1853. tf.
PHOTOGRAPHY IN ALL ITS Branches
executed in ihe best stvle known in the
ar, at C. G. CRAKES GALLERY, 532
Arch Street, East of Sixth. I hiladelphia.
fiT.ile Size in Oil and Pastil,
LIT S:ereoscopic Poriraits,
tTtAmbrol' pes, Daguerreotypes, &c.
For Cases, Medallions, Pins, Rings, He.
nov 1 4
OOMS in the Third Mory oi me ex
change Block, (entrance above ine
Book Store,) Bloomsburg, Columbia coun
Bloomsburg, Nov. 23, 1859-ly.
Ol'KELVY, NEAL & 0.,
Northeast . corner of Main and Markers
m A5s;ni2TMENT of watch and
A olock materials, of the right quality,
received, which will be offered in all cases
i - W . . ....fi -TT",Jts,
CABINET WAKE ROOMS
S. C. gfc SHIYE
RESPECTFULLY invites the attention of
the Public lo bis extensive assortment
of Cabinet Furniture and Chair, which he
will warrant made of good material ar.d in
a. workmanlike maimer. At his Establish
ment, can alvvajs he found a good assort
which is equal in style hud finish to lliat ol
Philadelphia or New York cities, and at as
low pricte. He has Sofa of different style
and prices, from 25 to 60. Divans Loun
ges, Walnut and Mahogany. Parlor chairs,
ilockit'2 and eay chairs, Piano stools, and
a variety of upholstered work, with Dressing
and parloi bureaus, tofa, card, centre and
pier tab'es, detashn, chefTenis rs, whatnots
and comr des ar.d all kinds of fashionable
work. His stock of bureaus, enclosed and
onmmon washfctands, dress-tatles, corner
cnpbo jrds solas,
DINING AND BREAKFAST TABLES,
bedsteads, cane seat and common chairs is
the largest in (his section ol the county. He
will also keep a good assortment ol looking-
glasses with lancy gilt and common Irames
He will also furnish spring mai'rasses fitted
to any sized bedstead, which are superior
for dutabili'y and comfort lo any bed in
use. filoomsbnrr, January 13, 1858.
ii. t . iimvi:si.
SUKfi i: O IV I T S T .
grznz F.S P E C F U LL Y o ffe rs his
v&f ""?rv professional services to the
ladies and gentlemen ol Blooms
burg and vicinity. He i prepared 10 attend
lo -all the various operalin in Denti-'ry,
and is provided with the latest irnprovep
PORCELAIN TEETH, which will be inser
ted on pivot or gold plate, to look as well as
A superior article of Too'h Towders. al
ways on hand. All operations on trie teeth
Office, 3d building above S. A. Wilson's
Carriage Manufactory Main St., wet side,
Bloomsbii rg. Jan u ary 13, 1858
FOR KStTo T EL.
BLOOMSBLTG, COLUMBIA CO., PA.
ROBERT HAGENBUCH, Iroprittor,
fliAKES pleasure in announcing to the pub
- lie thai he has rented and thoroughly
refined the Forks Hotel formerly occupied
by James hreeze, in jIoornsturg, and is
prepared to accomodate travellers. team'ter-,
drovers and boarders. His iaMe will be sup
(died with the be-t products the markets af
lord, and hi Bar will be constantly furnish
ed with the choicest liquors.
Aperitive ostlers will always be n at
tendance, and he trusts his long experience
in catering lo the want of Ihe public, and
his obliging attention to customers wil se
cure him a liberal share of patronage.
Bloomsbnrg, April 21, 158.
I lour and Vvvtl Ilt-livcrcd !
CHEAPER THAN THE I'll EATEST !
IIE under-ined has made arrtnge
tnents that will enable him to deliver
Flour anil Feed, FOR CASH, about ten per
cent, cheaper than any body el-e in town.
Hi prices ar i as loliuws :
Flour Sr 7 25: Corn and 0t Chop 5 ! 55 ;
Com and Rye Chop 51 65 : Bran ?I 10;
1 respectlully solici ashore of the public
pa'rocage. jiujt tuf f ma
Bioom-burg, Jane 14,1860.
is vi:s5i:u siitr.
fl'HE uiiiter-igr.ed resppctiullv inforTi'tbe
citizens of blttorrisbnrg. and the pnb'ie
generally, that l e has taken ihe Barber
Shop, located on Main Street, in ibe white
Frame Bidding, nearly opposite: the Ex-chat.v-
H'.ocfc, where he is at all limes ready
to wait upon hi customers to entire saiis
SHAVING AND H A I R DRESSI NG,
Will be execnt"d with care and neatness
and in the mo-t lastiionable M) Ie, and on
vp'v moderate term.
l"VSharripomtig. done up in City Style.
He sobers public patronage and pledges
hi- be-t endeavors to give every reasonable
CHARLES HENRY NOLL.
P.ioombnrg, Oct. 12, 1859.
NEWH ATSA N D CAPS I
At .T. Ii. ;irton's Hal Store.
THE undersigned re-pectully informs the
Ihe ci'izens of Hlot mburg, and the public
in oeneral, that he has pit received trom
Philadelphia a lot of NEW HATS & CAPS,
for Spring and Summer, of the very lale-t
-ty!e- ar.d fashions, a:i ol wrncn ti i pre-
piired to sell cheaper than can be bad else-
where, with ihe exception of the manutac
' .. ... " . .1
turers. He na all Kinds, siyies, sori- ami
sizes, of ba's and caps, probably the most
varied as-ortmect ever brought 10 town.
Al-o SI RAW GOODS, including the mo I-
em SI) les and I I'M'in.
r?' S ore on Main Street, nearly opposite
the "Old Arcade."
JOHN K. GIRT0N.
rJoomsbnrg. Apiil 2t, 161.
some i ding Touni E TI M F ! !
A NEt'EssiTY IN EYEKYIIlTSEHOLD
AM EH IC AN CKMENT GEUE
Tin MioiigMt lue in 111'' World
For Ce met: t ing Wood. Lender, CI iss, Ivory,
Chitia Marble. Porcelain, Alabaster,
Bone, Coral, bic, Ice, &c.
The enly article ol the kind ever produced
which will with-iand Water.
"Every housekeeper should have a sup
ply ot John Crosiey's American Cement
Glue." AVtc loii Time.
'Mt i so convenient to have in the house"
Nnc Yoik Fxp e.
''It is always ready litis commends it
to everybody ."iV. 1". Independent.
"We have tried it, and find it a lisefil
in cur house as water." IPiifj' Spirit cf
lrlcp23 ,''1s Pcr i'ttlo.
Vrry Idbentl Jtednciions lo Wholesale
Peitlers. I I 11.11 n I'ASll.
VtT For sale by all Drusgists and Store
keepers "enerallv throughout the country.
" JOHNS & CROSLEY,
78 William Street, Corner of Libetty St.,
July 10, 1861. ly..
IVATf II MAKER SHOP !
THE undersigned would infoim hiss
friends and customers and the rest ofr
mankind, that he continues to pay particular
attention lo the repairing ol watches;
weight, spring, and lever clocks ; jew
elry and everything belonging in his line,
and that it' is at all times, and in all cases
his desire lo give perfect satisfaction. He
i an "excellem" workman, has visited
several, and worked in three of the fi-st
Cities in ibe world. New York, Philadel
phia and the great City of Paris in Franco
Particular attention is paid to re-gilding or
what isr termed "platina."1
E V A rW S - &,, WATSO A ' S
No.304 C'lesuint S reel
f 'HEE Safes ere in tse nnw nil over the
Unii -d Slue, and h.ne been well test
ed in rctiy fi es ; the folU.wii 2 shows an
oiher instai ce of their capability in resist
W1TMER.S BR1LGE, 1
Lanra-ler Township, July 30, 1860. J
Messrs. EVANS & WATSON : .
Getnlemf n 1 he small size No. 1 Saltt
mander Sale which I purchased Jrom your
asertt. Mr. Adam I. Barr, in Lar.faler City,
on July 20th. 1858. has leen n.bj-c'ed to a
very severe test, which it wi hstnol in a
most satislactoty manner. Tlii Sale, con
taining all my books, trgeiher widi valua
ble papers belonging to myself and eome
to my neighbors and iriends. ami repre
senting a value of over Twenty Thousand
Dollars, S20,P00 was in iry-Mill which
was destroyed on the iighl ol the 27th of
Jul) i i860, and passed ihrorgh the ftery
ordeal unscathed The Safe was on llie
second floor, and fell to the basement of
the Mill, and was subjected for six honts
10 an intense heat among ihe ruins, which
wa greatly increased, by the combusti n of
a large quantity of grain confined with it
the brick wall. After the fire the Safe wa-
opened and the books and papers taken onn
in a Ftate of perlect preservation, ihe pas
per 110: even Deing cn-coiored. Jnis iict
ws, however, to many, tysianoers a bel-
tpr recommendaiion ol your Sfes itan
could be expressed in any oiLer words
Irom me. 1 oors Respectfully,
Another Ticlory for Evans & Wat
sou's saiamaBflcr ISafe.
Ower", N. Y , March 27, 1850.
Oentlarreti It afTords me much pleasure
to inform y ou Ihat the Safe No. 5, uprightj
which 1 purchased of B. Stroud, ) ojt Trav
elling Am, has passed through an ex
ceedingly hot fire in a three story br'ck
building, which heated the Safe to a white
heat, so ihat the corners of it appear melt
ed; but it preserved my books ami valoable
papers to the amount of fevml thousand
dollars, for which I feel thankful.
Philadelphia. Jnne 4'h, 1R5".
Messrs EVANS & WATc-ON manufac
tured ihe Fire Proof Safes whicli haTe beep
in ue since "the cotnmecement of or
Bank, and are supplied with three of the
Patent Alphabetical Bank Lock, and hsa
given entire saiifaction. This Lock we
have great confi lpr.ee m, bo'h a- regards
security and convenience, there beirg no
chance lo blow it onl with powder, and ro
key to carry. We consider it on of tho
test and satest Locks now in use.
ROBERT MORRIS, PreVi Coru'ih Bar.k.
HENRY (HI AM BO, Cashier.
Great Fireluother Triumph.
K"OWille, Tenri , March 13. 1859.
Messrs. EVANS k WATSON, Plnh'da.
G-Tiilernen- It a fiord 5 me great pleasure
lo say 10 you that Ihe Silatnander Sato
wh'ch I purchased of you in February. I'i 5. ,
proved to be what yon recommended 11 a
sure protection Irom fi-e. My si'trehonse,
together r. ith several others, was burned
to lne ground in March la-t. The Sale fell
hrugh i.no the eeller, and wa eposed
to miense heat for six or eiht liours, and
wlien it was taken from Ihe ruin ami open
ed, ad i's contents were f ttiti l to be in a
pertect s'ate. the books and the paper nl
be:ng irj-ired any whatever. 1 ran cheer
f tl'y recomm-n l your Safe lo the rom
mnrnlv, bbeving, a 1 t'o,that ihey are as
near fire prool as v is pos-ible for any
to be made. THOMAS J. POWELL.
U. S Mini. Philadelphia; U.S. Ar-na!,
PhiladI(it i' &. Ca! ; N. Liberies Bjnk;
Potlsnwn Bnk ; Che-ter Valley Btnk ,
Sonth w estern Bmk of Va. ; Bsnk of Gold
oroiuh, N. C .; Btnk of Raleigh, N. C. ;
B ink ot Sahshnry, N C. ; Bank of Jrsy
Miore, P.i. ; Bmk of Newark, D-d ; Btuk
ol Nor'hnnif'cr:and ; Lewisborg Biuk.
April 3 1. 161.
X AYS the entiie cosi for Tnit'nn in the
mot popular and successful Corrmer-
I School in the country. Upward of
- Twelve Hundred y om.g men from twemtv-
I. ..r t- . . 1 .-J
fight tiiw-reni states, nave t een eoncaieu
for buine here -within the past three
year", some of whom have been employed
, as book Keepers at salaries of
j JUlrd.tUI ICr Aliniinit
immediately upon graduating, wno knew
no'hing of accounts when they entered
VT Ministers' sons half price. Student
enter at any lime, and review when they
please, without extra charge.
For Catalogue of 86 paje, Specimen
of Prof. Cowley's Business nJ Ornamental
Penmanship, and a large Engraving of the
Coliege, inchs- tweniy-rive ceitis in Post
age Stamp to Ihe Principal.
JENKINS & SMITH, PiMsborgh, Pa.
June 5, 1S6J.
ITI Alt HOOD.
lion lost, now restored.
Just PulUihetl. in a Sealed Envelope :
A LECTURE ON THE NA
TURK, TREATMENT, AND
RADICAL CURE OF SPERMA
TORRHOEA, or Seminal Weaknes, Sei
nal Debility, Nervousness and involuntary
emissions, producing itnpotency, Consump
tion, and Mental and Physical Debility.
By ROBT. J. ClIA tKWELI., M. l).t
The important lact ihat the iwfnl conse.
qnences of self-abuse may be effectually
removed without internal medicines ortna
dangerous applications of caustics, instru
ment, medicated bougies, and other em
pirical devises, is here clearly demonstra
ted, and Ine entirely new and highly suc
cessful treatment, as adopted by the cele
brated author fully explained, by means of
which every one is enabled to cure himself
perfectly, and at ihe least possible cost,
thereby avoiding ail the advertised nos
trums of Ihe day'. This lecture will prov
a boon to thousands and thousands.
Sent under sal, in a plain envelope,to
any address post paid! on the receipt of iwo
postage stamps, by addressing.
DR. CH. J.C.KLINE,
127 Bowery, N. Y. Post Office box 4,586.
August 7, 186 1 I jr.
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