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II ELM HOLD'S,
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s u v ha
NON-KEfENTION OR INCONTINENCE OF
URINE, IRRITATION, INFLAMATION OR
I.t BEAiION OF TIIEISLADDER OR KID
NJSI'S. DISEASES OF TliE PROSTATE
GLAND, STONE TN TIIF' BLADDER, CAL
CULUS. GRAVEk OR BRICK DUST DEPOS
IT, AND ALL DISEASES OF THE BLAD
DER, KIDNEYS, AND DROPSICAL SWEL
IIEL MB OL W S
FLUID EXTRACT RUCHU.
X 3 A. TZ. rc 33 S S E S
ARtSIXii FROM EXCESSES OK INDISCRETION.
The constitution, once affyetei by Organic Weak
ness r quires U.e ail of medicine to strengthen and
invigorate tlio system, which Heliubold s Kxtia-t
Buehu invariably does If no treatment be subrnit
to, Consumption or Insanity may ensue.
F1 ti i Z135X1 ract 15eliu
In pet ulinr to female?, is unequaled by
any otbdr prepur itin, iie in Chlorosis or RelDtii>D,
Irregularities, Paiutuim-s ur Suppre* um of Custom
a?y Kvacu ition. Il< A ' or g>cirrhu? State of the
jftcrus, Leuc rrhtci, nii'l ill c iuipluntß incident to
tbo sex, whether arming fum habits ot dissipation,
rudencleH, or m the l>ccliue or Change ot I-iie
Fluid Exti act Bucli n .
" ROSE WASH
Will radi -ally ex'ennii He fio tll the system
t tli Urinary Oigatis r.g tn-a* habit.- ofdissipi
ion, at little expense, Lttl# or no change in diet,and
"xporore. ciHiipletal.- so] tfscdiag those -unpleas
ant and dangerous remedtea Cop.iiba and Mercury,
n curing'those upleasant and dangerous diseases,
Fluid Extract Buehu.
I, , • T" Ftra TV' Organs, wheiherxistir
in male or female from whatever cause originating,
ami no matter of how long standing. It w pleasant
te and odor, immediate in its action, and
more strengthening th in any of the pieparations of
Bark or Iron
Those suffering from Broken- invn or Delicate
Constitutions procure the remedy at once.
The reader uiust be aware that, however slight
may l>c the attack of the above disease, it is sure to
affect his bodily health, mental powers, happiness,
an 1 that of UU posterity Our flesh k and blood are
rupportea srom these sources.
pHYSICIANS, PLEASE NOTICE !
We make no secret of the ingredients. lILLM
BOLD'S EXTRACT Bl Clll' is composed of Buehu,
Cubebe.and Juni| 'r Berries, selected with great
eare, and prepared in vxcuo by 11. T, IIELMBOLD,
Druggists and Chemisl of six'een years' experience
in the eity of Philadelphia, and which is now pre
ribed by tne most eminent physicians,has been ad
mittel to use on the United Slates army, and is also
every general o.*v '.o si..tc h. sj.itals and pnfclir
Slnite.ry Ir.it'tuti 'is throughout) the land.
¥ y * 9 ■ % t
I 1 V i 1 * -s
M ii'i / *
DRUG A.XD CHEMICAL WAREIIOV
SDA 'Broadway, AVw j York,
101 South Tenth Street,
(lit; LOW CHESTNUT),
Sold by Driiffyisls everywhere.
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS,
Ask foi llcluibold's.
V E W STORE
Just o]oa;<l in Samual Stark's Brick Block, two
doors below the
\\ YOMING NATIONAL BANK
on Tioga Street. Tunkhanno. k, Pa., where may bo ,
found a general assortment of
DRY GOODS of every description, from
plain to fancy,
HATS A CAPS,
BOOTS & SHOES,
&c , Ac.,
purchased at the lowest market rates for cash, all of
which will be sold exclusively for
NO TEN PER CENT ADDED FOR BAD DEBTS. .
' " \
TO 1 HE PEOPLE OP WV.WM COIW1 V,
H . •
In other words, the
MAN, WOMAN, OR CHILD
who mean? to pay for what they get wilt not be obli
ged to pay the Merchant a Bonus in order to save
i him what he loses by those who vill not or you ean
j not make pay.
It is unnecessary for us to go into a more lengthy
detail of the articles we keep, but it suffices to say
IT WILL BE OUR CONSTANT AIM
rtot eat people well, and keep on hand,
the demand of the County requires.
With the aboye truths and facts before you Oen
tlenien and Fnenos, we invite yon respectfully to
call and see us
FRANK C. BUNNELL,
Tnnkb aanJaa. 1, 18($
jy:L LACK A WESTERN R R
PASSENGER TRAINS LEAVE
VILLWAN 1 EASTWARD.
I Morning Ev.n'gl STATIONS j Morti'g | Evening
Train | Tri'li ! I Tiaiu liain
A. M | 1* 51. | JA. >l. | I*. 51.
9.00 400 New York 5.20 10.35
11.30 7.05 New Hampton •••• 2.30 W0
1147 7.12 Washington 2,08 750
11 50 7.34 Oxford 156 7.40
Sl2lO 7,54 Bridgoville 145 7.30
'. 15 759 Manunka Chunk**• 139 7.25
—l2 45 8-20 DUwnre 138 I ?-'^
nl'2 55 8.29 Mount Bethel 100 6-sa^
' > 1.16 8.45 W Her Gap 1244 64U
w 1.3H 8
i 5 I-4l 910 Spragaeville '2 19 6.19
1 J 2.fa 9.35 Oakland •• • i 1.53 5.565
I s: 2,26 9.52 Forks 11-35 5.41^
I>2 46 10.11 Tobyhaima 11 lo 0 , <
! 3.00 10 21 GouMsOoro 1102 5 11^
' ~ 323 1H46 .Miwoa .0 37 4 49"
. n 3,35 10 59 Dunning 10 27 4.41
i 3.48 11.10 Greenville 10 15 4,3- ..
3bß 11.30 B2'veT ' . ) I've 9.65 4,1a
A VI. > Scran ton >
! 43t 1025 I've } >Vve9.4s 4 0
4.42 10,47 Clark's Summit*••• 923 3.48
450 10.55 Aldington 9.15 340
5.06 11.11 Factory vilte 859 3.25
52611 31 Nicholson 8.3* 3.02
5.49 11 53 Hopbottopi BIS 247
6.10 1215 Montrose "55 226
63112 26 New Milfnrd 7.34 .07
65012 '5 Great Bend 7.15 100
i P.M. A M A.M. PM,
CON N ECTIO MS—Westward,
The MORNTNG TRAIN fn-m New York enn
i aects iit MAXCN'KA CUE! K with jhe train leav
| in- Philadelphia (Kefitf ngtdfc Depot) at 7 30 a. oi
ami at GREAT REND with the through Mail I ram
on the Erie Railway, with seeping ear attached,
I stopping nt .til the principal stfttious on thtit road.
1 aD'i arriving at llufftlo at (i 10 a, in
J XIF I EVKNTXO TII\IN> from New York eon-
I ne#t> att MAN I NLA CHUNK with the train leav
in" Melphitt (Rep-inirton Lopot,) t > >0 p. m
airivcs aTlst'i inGrCat "f 1:30 wh-re it remains till
10 25 next no n.in?, when it leave®, arriving at
! Great Rent ~t 12 55 p. m. connecting with the Dy
Express West on lll*' Erie llai ray
' The MuRNING TR AIN f-7 ii 'Great Bend con
i tie -ts lit r with Ih" < inciti'isi'i Express on tho l.'i*
P.aitwa from the W. st; at Matnmk i Chti k wiih
a tr n lor fail i.li-li hi a- and intermediate stations,
arriving in I'tiil.ulelphi .. at 6.30 p in.' and at Now
Hampton with a tram tor East on. Bethlehem, Al
tl.; t *u.' R •diti" at. I Jlarrisijttrg. arriving at II ar
jiri-burg at 8-3(1 p. ir>.
I The EVENING rKAIN fnun Great Bend con
nects there with the v *w Aok Esnn : ® on the Ex
press no the 1". i Rail war f*..u the West ; at •Ma*
ty;MM Cbunv v. i'h a tntr which runs to Belvi.lcrc
• wher • it lie- ..v. r u> til 6. '< ! '!< theivxt mnriii <e.
an ;at New I a tpton with ao Evpress Train fr
I A'*®*, n. Refill ( cm AlleittowD. Reading anil IRir
t ris ur
A' <"11 \\TO N. <-n noe : ins are made with
train* <>n the Litekawan a and Blat.ashsre R.il
r.-r f. and frW:n P "s' n. Kin® t-n. Witkesb-nre.
Rrn . li. R.I ear or", D i vil'e, Norlliuiniterian t
Hairisiiurg and intermtdi tc stut-wtis, and with
ran s on 'he Del ware m l Mil Ism Railroad to
an I fiom C r' in laic an I ioterioedi >te stations
W ATI'S (DUKE, Supt
R A IIENKV, General Ticket Agent jc29tf
Mexico ! Mexico !
I $30,000,000 LOAN
REPUBLrC OF MEXICO.
Y'tccafv-yea /' Cottpon in sums
o/S-iO, SjOO, CS '.'OO, a/id $7,000.
INTEREST SEVEN PER RENT I' VABLE IN
THECIT\ F NEW YORK
Princimil Inlorest Payable in
$70,000,07)0 to be Sold a/ S/.l J i
C/iIVV'S on /he VOL LAW,
in I" 8 C*tr-veev. Gills yiel iiin an interest of
TWELVE PER' EN I IN IftLD.or SEVENTEEN
PERU EN I' J N t.RKREN' \ at the present rate
oT r.r iii.ii Mii pel t.
iilE Pll.sf VEAi.'- 1 i Eli EST ALREADY
The Most DK>I K A liLE INVESTMENT
vv. r OFFERED.
IMMENSE TRACTS OF MiNING AND AGRI
I CULTURAL LANDS; SIXTY PER CENT, of
PURT DUES, IMPOSTS, and TAXES, in the States
|of TAMAULIPA& and SAN Ll'IS POTOSI ; and
the PLIGHTED TAITII of the said States inl the
GEIVERAL GOVERNMENT are ALL PLEDGED
I for the redemption of these Bonds and payutent ol
THE SECURITY IS AMPLE,
•30 in U. s. Curren->' will by a 7 pur ct. Ouhi Bonu
_ of t-H
S6O in I'. S.
S3OO io U. S. " " "
S6OO in I". S " " " "
LET EVERY LOVER OF REPUBLICAN INSTITUTION- BI A
AT LEAST ONE BOND.
Circulars forwarded and -übscrtDtions received '•>
JOHN W COItLIKS & C.., an I
J. N. TIFFT, Financial Agent of the Republic
ot Mexico, 57 Broadway, N. Y.
Subscriptions also received by Banks and
Bankers generally ihrcughout the Tnited States.
GROVESTEEN & CO..
The attention of the public and the trade is invi
ted to our new scale 7 octave rosewood piano
fortes which for v duine and nurity of tone are unri
valled by any hither!" rtfTord in this market, They
contain all the nodem i nprovements. French Grand
action, harp pedal iron frame o'ver-strung brass, &c.
and ci -h in-truiu -nth -or tin hun 1 r the person tl
BU|. rvi-io- of Mr. J. 11 Ginvestccn, who has had a
practical exporien c of over 30 years in "heir manu
facture.is lull- w limited in every particular
received the hlzhest reward ot
OVEB ALT. OTHERS,
Where were exbilited instruments from the best ma
kers of London Paris. Germany, Philadelphia Bal
timore, Boston and N w \ork ; and also at the
American Institute for five successive years the
gold and silver medals from both of which can be
seen at (iiir warp room.
Bv the introduction of improvements we make a
still'more perfect Piano forte and by manufa-turina
largely, wi'b a strictly cash system, are enabled to
offer these nstruments at a price which will preolude
Terms s—Net Cash, in Current Fund*
lies nptive circulars sent free.
"A. A C" 48
5-u4o lyear A J 0,
LINE OF STAGES,:
} # ' *' ■ - * I ■ •; |
WITITJ UN" MOM
MESHOPPEN TO TUNKHANNOCK
DEPARTING, will lerive the
North Branch, Hotel at Meshojiytm
at 10 o'clock A, M., and m.ike a con
nection at Tuiikhamiook, with stages
for PITTTON and WILKES
KARRK. and with stage to connect
with tlie Night Express Tiain on the
D. L & \V. R. R, Passengers by ,
this line will arrive at
New York, Philadel
RETURNING, will ie.ive iunkhannoek'on the
arrival of stages -ornectiug with the Passenger Mail
Train, in the evening, making a connection at Me
slmppen with stages tor Towandx and other points j
Arraiig- inents have been ma le for the carrying of
all EXPRESS PACKAGES, which will be promptly
and carefully delivered.
Horses and Carriages on hand at all times to for
ward Das-en ers to any point betwe< u Mesbopp and ,
P. S.- Having leased the above line of stagts
an I horses o" I> IRnikinson with the mail i.inc
from I'unkbannock to W y ilus.itg in connection with
M. A Ellis, w nr® now pre; ued to t'orw .rl ;
sen get* ihr.nl rh c' r-'die'cJ cu-c>. Being thdi.kml to
oust'.uicif tor p iff f rs they respfetrully solicit
•a ronti itr ncc of the same,
Meh"ppon July IL'ih 1865.
W. 11 COUTRIGLT
M, A KELTS.
The Gr i. ery and Provuion Store, on ?' I.
Brick ,-oriier, lately owned by T B. Wall, has hceri .
purchased by the un lersigned, and will he kept as a
GROCERY 11 PiVISI STORE.
His stock comprises
TEAS. SEGA [IS.COFFEE.SAIJHS A3 US.
GINGER NU I'M EG. SP!CR4. HA! HNS. j
I !<J>. PRUNES, DIRER REEF SMuKKD
riAIAIH I, unACKERS. UHF.r.SE COD
Ft II U ACICEREL, HEHHLNG, itnl nil
other articles usually found in an es iildisl.i.iept ol ;
the kind, which will be sold at
I,l\ 11. AM> III:R I.IVE IR!CI:. 1
RAN'ftl.Ell IKE S.
Ttifsk' nr k,' Juno 2b, lf j:".
DK. TALB>TT'fS PILLS.
(' tup •( • g- \ C. nt-* irated Exir co
li • m
> )r - , : > ill mis.
Of f h-.- ru ■t• ''it 'i hi<! v tin . ) I iruifi tli'
nfigin:' l Pl*!* rip'totis it the celebrated J>R. TAI HOTT. ;
and us. 1 by biin w th remarkable success tor twenty j
years. Au infallible remedy in all
DISEASES OF THE IJVRR,
r.R ASV pt'RA VTIKMBNT OF TFLK
Diarrliffia. Dyspepsia, Scrofula, Jaundice. |
liiliousiifss, l.lver Complaint.
The well-known Dr. MOTT says of these Pills : —"I
have-used the formula from wli-h .-(.ur Pill.-are
made, in my practice for over 12 years , they huv
tlit- finest effect upon the Liver and Digestive Or
gan.- of an} medicine in the world, and are the luost
perloet Purgative which has ever yet been urn !e i>y
Htivlio.lv. 'j hey are safe and plea-nnt to t ike, but
powerful to core I'beir peiietrat ng properties
stimulate the vital .nctivitir aot the body, remove
the ohstrucitons of its organs, puritying the hi sod,
an I cypel disease. They purge out the toui humor
which laic.! an,t grew oistempcr stimulate sluggish
or disordered organs into their natural action, and
inpart a healthy tone with strength to the whole
system Not only do they cure the every day com
plaints o everybody, but also formidable and dun
geons diseases And being purely vegetable ire free
from any risk or li inn. No person who bis once
used these Pills will evir he without them."
They create pure blood and rem -ve all impurities
fron the system, hence are a (.sitive cure for
FEVdts, in:\i>Ain:, I'li.i.*, mer-
CUUIAI. 1)1 f A \ D IIEREDI
IIItY IIU >IOR
DOSK— For adults, one Pill in the morning: for
1 children 8 year-, half a Pill
r £?' Price One Dollar per Box. supplied, or
| sent by Mail, post paid, toany pari of the United
States or Canada son receipt of price. No Gen
uine, irithout the facsimile signature of V. Mott
Talbott. M V
V JIOTT Til.llf' IT & Co.,
No 62 Fulton Pt., New York.
t- dIL re 1 - U4-
Iv- a> v tv U
~%7U~ itcb. Os)
P. C. 1! U H N S,
Takes pleasure in announcing to the people of
Tunkhannock and vicinity, that he has opened A
iUdtil) ani) Cinch 31) op
opposite Wall's Hotel, where he is prepared to do
the most diffi nit j""s in Ins line in an APPROVED
RIUL SKILLFI'L MANNER, on short notice. Hav
ing had long experience in the business, HO feels
confident that he can give entire atisfaetion to all
favoring him with their patronage.
ALL WORK WARRANTED TO GIVE satis
faction <R MONEY REFUNDED
AFTER A FAIR TRIAL
JV. P. - Paras Is.Fans $ Umbrellas repaired
Also. Aceori'eons and other musical instruments
tuned and put io order on short notice.
A large assortment of Watches and Clocks on
hand or can be jrdered at any tune. Also the cel
THE BEST MELT FOR THE ITEM AN Vl-ION
i EVER INVENTED.
R. J. 11AL.0CK & CO.
MESIIOPPE N PA.
Respect-fully announces to their cus
tomers siinl the public that they have
unhand and is prepared to manufacture
to order, on short notice, all kinds of
Carriages & Wagons.
Being" theni6felv2B practical workmen,
and having in their employment com
petent wok men in all branches of the
business ; and lining material selected
from the best Eastern manutactories ;
they feel confident.that they can
to ALL who mav favor them with
BLACKSMITH IN (J,
AND RF.PA RING
DONE ON SHORT NOTICE
arid in a workmanlike style
CHARGES ALWAYS MODEMTE.
They a Ist) keep ON PMND AA r D
FO R SG LE all kinds of Carriage ma
terial such as
MORTICED //ÜBBS,TURNED SPOKF.S,
BF.NT KIMS, BOWS, THILLS, POLES,
OIL-CLOTHS, TRIMMINGS, PAINT ,
YARNI T N:s, TURPENTINE, CARRIAGE
BOLTS. SCREWS. MALEABI E. IRON &' N
R. J. IIALI.ecK.
H. M. JAQI ES.
Me-hopp n Pa. Jan. JO, E c gg
HARDWARE & IRON
NOW OFF Kit FOR VL, K
IRON. STE T., NAILS AND SPIKES, MINE
KAIL. RAILRCAI) SPIKES, ANVILS.
BELI.oWS PI.AIN A CONVEX
MIS' IRD TIE .
HUBS, SPOKES, FELLOES, SEAT
SPINDLES, CARRIAGE SPRINGS, AXLES.
PIPE BOXES, SPRING tiTEEL.
IiOTTS, NUTS. WASH
HAIR, SHOVELS, WHITE LEAD
G LASS, Ac., Ac.,
DOORS AND BLINDS
ON HAND IN ASSORTMENT
AND MANUFACTURED 10 ORDER
i LEATHEEII AND FINDINGS
*rs.nton ..lurch 26. 1863. vln33-
FINKLE & LYON
SEWING MACH NE €O.
Office 58/ 7>roadn>fiy, .Yen- York.
I Guarantee. —AHe a fair trial, if any purchaser
tines not regard thv FTnkle k Lyon S swing Ma
chine tis superior to any machine in market. he can
teturn it and have his money. It has taken many
of the highest prises.--is less complicated than any
other first class machine,—does a wider range ot
work without changing,—requires no taking apart
to clean or oil. and no "'lessons" to set needle, reg
ulate ension. or operate machine.
N. 15, Any Clergyman sending us two orders for
Midlines, shall receive one. for him. if as u pres
-1 „ n t. The same proposition is extended to Piot'ess
| ors and Teachers
We have now completed our New Manufactory at
a cost of some $206,600. including New Patents
and important Improvements; and the objeci of
the above proposition is to seoute the immediate in
t •o'iu. lion of our unproved machine into every town
| in the I'nited States. without Incurring the great
expense of a trfivel'ng aget t
This proposition uani ot avail in towns occupied
j by our agents.
Please send for descriptive Catalogue, with sam
ples of sewing, Ll'Cll'S LYON, Sec'y
CARRIAGES & BUGGIES.
The Subseriler, a practical workman of long ex
porien -e. is now finishing off a large lot of new Car
riages and Buggies, a! his Carriage shop
Equal, if not superior, in Workmanship. Quality
ot Material, and finish, to those turned out at any
other shop in the country. Those wianing to buy
(tail ani) (Craminc (Djctn.
i PAININ3. VARNISHING:
TRIMMING AND REPAIRING,
Done on short notice and in a workmanlike style
TnnkhUuueok, Aug. 24, ! 66,
Scrofula, or King's Evil,
is a constitutional disease, a corruption of the
blood, by which this tiuid becomes vitiated,
weak, and poor. IL ing in the circulation, it
pervades tire whole body, and may burst out
in disease on any part of it. No organ is free
from its attacks, nor is there one which it may
not destroy. '1 i.e < rofidou taint is variously
caused by mercurial disease, low living, dis
ordered or unhealthy food, impure air, tilth
and filthy habits, the depressing vices, and,
above all, by the venereal infection. What
ever be its origin, it is hereditary in the con
stitution. descending " from parents to children
unto the third and fourth generation;" indeed,
it seems to be the rod of Him who says, •'I
will visit the iniquities of the fathers upen
Its effects commence by deposition from the
blood of corrupt or ulcerous matter, which, in
the lungs, liver, and internal organs, is termed
tubercles; in the glands, swellings; and on
the surface, eruptions or sores. This foul cor
ruption, which genders in the blood, depresses
the energies of life, so that scrofulous constitu
tions not only sulfer from scrofulous com
plaints, but they have far le>s power to with
stand the attacks of other diseases; conse
quently va-t numbers perish by disorders
which, although not scrofulous in their nature,
are still rendered fatal by this taint in the
system. Most of the consumption which de
cimates the human family has its origin directly
in this scrofulous contamination; and many
destructive diseases of the liver, kidneys, brain,
and, indeed, of all the organs, arise from or
are aggravated by the same cause.
One quarter of all our people are scrofulous;
their persons arc invaded by tliis lurking in
fection, and their health is undermined by it.
To cleanse it from the system we must renovate
the blood bv an alterative medicine, and in
vigorate it by healthy food and exercise.
Such a medicine we supply in
Compound Extract of Sarsnparilli,
the most effectual i n.' dy which the medical
skill of our times can devise for this
where prevailing and fatal malady. It is com
bined from the mo-' active remcdials that have
been discovered for the expurgation of this foul
di-tOTdcr from tl. ■ I.lo< ami the rescue of the
system from it* d structive consequences.
Hence it should he employed for the cure of
not only Scrofn'o, but also those other affec
tions which aris f ■ '• such a> LRCTTITB
and SKIN- DISEASES, ST. ANTHONY'S FIRE,
ROSE, or ERYSIPELAS, PIMPLES, PUSTULES,
Ui.oTcur.B, PLAINS and lJoir.s, J i MORS, IETTER
and SAI.T llin rn, SCALD iitnu, RINGUORM,
RHEUMATISM, SYPHILITIC and MERCURIAL DIS
EASES, DROPSY, DYSPEPSIA, REWILITY, and,
indeed, ALL COMPLAINTS ARISING I'KOM A ITIA
TEIJ OR IMPURE RI.OOD. The popular belief
in '' impurity of the Hood " i founded in truth,
for scrofula is a degeneia on of the blood. The
particular purpose and virtue el this Sarsapa
rilla is to purify and leg • rate this vital fluid,
without which sound lV altli is impossible in
FOR THE SPEEDY CURE OF
Intermittent Fever, or Soever and Ague,
Remittent Fever, t hill Fever, Dumb
Ague. Periodical Headache, or BUtoua
Headache, and UlHour- Fevers, indeed
For the u iio.e cla.s- of ii iscnsts originat
ing in biliarj deuuißMßcnt, caused toy
the Malaria of Miasmatic Countries.
We are enabled here to offer the community a
remedy which, while it cure? the above complaint*
with certainty, is still pern -oily harmless in any
quantity. Such a remeuy :> invaluable in districts
where these ;.ili i i - ■ ■ s prevail. This
"CUKE" expels the ratic poison of FEVBX
AND AGUE from. Ih • ;O, r.t d prevents the de
velopment of the tl . if ' k'-n o:> the first ap
proach of its; r:: It is not only
the best remedy '• for this class
of Complaints, lilt also the ehee] ■t. The large
quantity we stipj fo. • Ifrr r...; r s it within the
reach of every t >dv ; ai.d ' mis districts, where
FEVF.K AND AAI B • ry body should
have it and use it freeij ' ith 1 and protec
tion. A great super. :ty r : . i . over any
other ever eh- overi fre Speedy and certain
i cue of Intermittent* id that it rt mains no Uuinine
or mineral, eoi seq ntb it pro -no quinigmOF
other ininrious etieets whatever upon
tion. Those cured by it are left as healthy as if
i they had never had the disease.
1 Fever and Ague is not alone the consequence of
the miasmatic poison. A great variety of disor
ders arise from its irritation, among which ARE
Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Gout, Headache, Hhnd
tiess, 'l'onthache. Earache, Catarrh. Asthma, PaL
pitation. Painful Affection of the Spleen, HYITER
ics, Pain in the Bovt h, Colic, Paralysis and De
rangement of the Stomach , all of which, when
originating in this cause, put on the intermittent
type, or become periodical. This " CURE" expels
the poison from the blood, and consequently cures
them all alike. It is an invaluable protection to
immigrants and persons travelling or temporarily
residing in the malarious districts. IF taken occa
sionally or daily while exposed to the infection,
that will be excreted from the system, and cannot
accumulate in sufficii nt quantity to ripen into dis
ease. Hence it is even more valuable for protec
! tion than cure, and few will ever suffer from Inter
mittents if they avail themselves of the protection
this remedy affords.
Prepared by Br. J. C. AVER CO., Lowell, MMI.
H C. Bunnell A Co., AMI ./. VV. LYMAN A Co.
Tunkhiinno. k. Sterling A S U. Sterllngville, also by
all druggists ar.D deal, r- IN medicines everywher;e
G ieai JmproYem. UT in Sewing Machine
M 1* I R E
mw*> i'Si3 3g&siaa
Patented February 1 -LLII, IStiO.
SALESROOM 336 13U0VDWAY, N, Y.
200 WAS 111 NOTON STREET, BOSTON.
THIS .MACHINE, is ENR.-'trurted on entirely new
principles of mechanism, pos-essing many rare sad
• valuable improvements. liavng been examined by
the umsi ptofound experts, end prononnced to be
J SIMPLICITY and PRTTKECTIOX- COMBINEH.
It has a straight needle, perpendicular action,
I makes the "LOCK or Shuttle Stitch." which will
| "Neither Bip nor Ravel." and it is alike on both
I sides ; performs perfect sewing on every description
' of material, from Leather T" the finest Narsook
M 1* with eotlo >: EN or silk thread, frotn the
eo.irsi.st to the FINEST • -r
| • Having neither "Cam IR (!IY Wheel," and th
| 1< ast possible friction, it, run? as smooth as glaso
j and is
EMPHATICALLY A NOISELESS MACHINE !
It requires fifty per cent power to drive it
than intv other machine in the market. A girt
I twelve years of age can W OK it steadily, without
i fatigue or injury to he . Ith.
Its strength and "Wonderful Simplicity" of con
struction renders it nhno.-t impossible to get out co
order and is guaranteed by the company to give
We respectively invito all those who may desire
O supply themselves with a .uperior article, to
ouie and examine this "Unrivalled Machine."
One half hour's instruction is sufficient to enable
any person to work this Machine to their entire
Religious and Charitable Institutions will be liber
ally dealt with.
Agents wanted tor all TOWNS in the United State
where Agents are not aire N'y established, Also fo
■ Cnlia, Mexico, CENTRAL and South America, to whom
I a liberal d'scount will be given.
T.J. McARTHUR & CO.
I A ACO
PRINCIPLE AGENTS ESTABLISHED
' Syracuse, N Y„ John LI. Fowler, Phila-,Sarmiente
J MeUtath A Co.. Pittsburg, Earnest Axtholm.
STRANGE, 111' T TRUE.
Every young '••••'• and gentleman in tbo United
States can HE N som thing very much to their advan
tage by returt mai (free of charge), bv addressing
| the undersigned. I hose having feats of BEING hum
bugged will oblige bv not noticing this card. All
others will please addre.-s tb ir <d c ■< nt servant,
TIION. F CHAPMAN,
831 Broadway, NW York
rfinJl-lyenc— S. M. P. A Co.