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OU CONCENTRATED.-LYE
FAMILY BOAP MAKER.
WAIT
to reduee them. It makes Soap ft Four cents a
pound by using your kitohee grcstei
IV? CAUTION! As spurious Lyes sfe eflVrrd
lileo, be oareful and only buy the Patented arllul
pot rp In Iron eons, all others being Counterfeits.
IENN8TLVAK1A PALT MANUFACTURING
COMPANY.
TlilTndclphia--No 127 TTnlput Street,
ritfubarg Pi't Street and Duqucene Way.
November 81, l.W3.-aw
18G3. 18G3.
FRILING & GRANT
AT TIIS
H AlrlUOTH STORE,
OULD rcrpcctfuRy ai.noi.nce Hint they lave
just received and opened a very large raid well sdec
ted Stock of
GOODS OF ALL KINDS,
which they lire willing to dispose of at a VERY
ESI ALL ADVANCE ON
I'irst Vont.
QUE STOCK IS COKP.LETE
AND EMBRACES LVXRYTIIIXQ
OIVH XJS A. CALL,
Thankrul for post furors we hope to meet a cod
tinuanco of the same by stilt selling Goods ns cheap
if not CIllsAlxclEt tlian can bo j urchascd else,
whore.
FRILING GRANT.
Punbnry, Mny 2.1, IS?.".
m. s:. Kf.isssnc.
Attorney nt B.nw, SUNEURT, PA.
Colloctiriiirrtttcnded to in tho counties of Nor
thumberland, Union, Snyder, Moutour, Columbia
ncd Lycoming.
Tir.FIiUKXCKS.
Hon. John M. Reed, Philadelphia,
A. G. Outlcil Co., "
lion. W irt. A. Porter. "
Morton Mi-Michael. Est-;., "
j:. Koh-Um Ao.. i'Mt Pearl Street, New York.
Jolin W. Ashmcnd. Aitirrey nt Law, "
Mui'.ke-.vs A Cox. Attorneys ut Law, "
fcunbury, March Hit, lotfi.
isn:ic'Si iioti:j7,
lltirri il.ttr?, Pa.
THE management of this v. e',1 known Hotel hav
ing keen resinned hy Mc?rs. C0Y1.E HER R.
the prc"ent propri-eU.rs, bog leave to inform the public
thrt tho houso is now bcinj thoriyghly rcno'.nled.
refitted, find improved, wilh a view to the proper and
comfortable neoomn'.odtitioit of thnce who may favor
the ostr blist'inent with their custom. Guctis will
reerive due at'cru'.uii and courtesy, mid no cxpens
will tie scared that limy conduce to uiaiuluili
hotel in n Crst -elite itytc.
tami'iies mi l ether? de;irir;: to E-ejoitrn In Harris
burg during too summer months, v. ill find pleasant
boar lini mid l irre r-.n.'. ivc'.i-veiiilhilcd room; nt our
establishment, upon moderate iortt-s.
SCO'iT COYT.E,
.March 20, 150.2. J. CILPHLX DEER.
Yi'iihliiiijrton limiNC,
NORTIIVMEERLAND, PENNSYLVANIA.
(.Y"i the Vrii!??.)
THE fulxerihtr huvinjr Icnid tlii;" well knoTi
Tavern clml. '.iT.cly i;. pi ' y Jlre. C. P. Sruwn,
ros-peelfMlly ini'orii;s,thc pui l ! Unit he if refilling i.nd
repuiring tbu prrmi-e. and will ho TTi p:irc I tu cn
ter'c.in, in a coinii.i tnlile iiii;::rcr. hi- ip-nieroui
tiirr.li tl'rougl.o,it the cunly, in.ii all whu may
jiatrorlie hi e:lilishn.ei.t.
April 12, Iifil2. J'l-.'PII VANKIiaC.
Corrcr rn-.vn and Market Streets.
KBTtEtl'EIY, !..
THE Mitlrs!grr-1 rcpcet('ully iuferinF the publie.
that he has taken chunre uf (lie ii'mvc liiuccil
Uutei, mil a-kMor the efii;itniai:cc t f the ionucr
prtronage aud would invito all others to cive him a
call.
HIS T.WiLE
U alway-suppiieU with the best the market nGV.r.li.
i i is Par contains the choicest liijuors. mid his kii.L.
ling is good m.d well utter. i,-. I l.v etrofnl Ostler.
MlfllAJJL W1LVKP.X.
Funlu-.ry, My 30, 1SC3.
Wall SnH r-IOOO VZi fen,
OF WALL PAPER OP EVERY DES1RAULH
STYLES ANJi PATTERN'S.
JUST received diree! term tho Manufacturer, ut
thu mammuii's'iur;; f
, FRILINll A GRANT.
Sunbury, March li 1PC2
i"t'j: B'sra:i:zi: :
As Improva 1 frl?.r9 and lt'i0,
fty E. KETCH AM A CO., tS'J Pearl .St., New York.
Jlil E only J rcezor eonsitueiei! on rciei.iiila pr;n
. riplcs. with a revolvipg cm and sprii.g hlmlo
eiapcr. The one Imsleos the fiefrmgol'tiic cream- -he
other removes it us fa-t its frev.cn.
The most rapid in fieeiii:g. with the lerst quantity
it ice.
Ti e mot ccorierr.iiv.! in cost, as it i the moid 3!i:p'.o
mil duralrle in structure.
Fur sale in nil the principal cities and towns in tho
("l.i"!..
Each Frcerer accompanied with a book of recipes
.nd lull directions.
PRICES.
3 quart", fit f.
ij Hurts, 4 ftfl
(i quints, 4 C")
8 quarts, 6'f'0
14 quarts, (()
i0 fiuarts, 12 li!)
Apply to H. B. MASSER, Sunbury, Pa.
March 29, 1 SGI.
J-A.COB O. BECK,
MERCHANT TAILOR,
Tlni-Uel Street, ucnrly ioii(c llic
fCuil Itond I'iot,
f3 U 3M BTJIi "V , I J A . ,
rNFORMStho citir.cns of Sunbnry aid vicinity,
i that he bus just returned from Philadelphia with a
uil csmr'.mct.t of .
I .I WlAIT.!! CiOOlllX,
Or EVERY DESCRIPTION AND QUALITY.
His stock cou'siitf of Cloths. Fiercli Cloths, lllack
"lot El. in and Fancy Cassiuti res. jilaek Sal in. Fijiiiri .1
iilks. l'liiiii and Fuccy Cassiuiero VI'STINliS. which
.0 will unike up to or. let in styles to suit thu uisie of
usiouicrt', on short notice, aud tho most idsuimuic
ein.s.
Any Uoo.ls not r.n linml. will be furnished from
'hiliidciphia liy itiviug two di'ys' notice.
Goods turi.isl ed by eustomeis will bu mude up to
fder as heretofore.
As hu niii employ nnnc but experienced ttuikmer,
crsous may rely on golii..; their noik w ll done t
is shon.
Thankful for the patronage herctolore bestowed,
e respcetlullvfolicnm e. i.: jittunceof the tame,
tunbury, Sept. IU, io:i.
I00TS ANDslToTs,
FUST receiv.d from NewYoikand Philadelphia,
o lreh U.ply ufihe Inlet styles and of the Lest
utility, which he has had loudu i.p to order, ami
Bironled to give gwl sntislaeiion. Hu lias mado
napgimtiits in tLc city to have l.is best wink made
order, liu;h ran bo 'hail at all times, ! r.ut ou
ar.d they will be pro. uri d at reiiM.nal.l j i;olie'
Mar.iiiiiciuriiig of ROOTo and MlOErf vi all kiuti
I usual.
I will also wholesale llis.tj ane Shoe by the hoi.
Call and ex&uiiue bejeire 4irohastug idsewbure
ii tmlifv yourselves.
Thankful fi patror.sjo t erelift.ee bestowed, ne
etfjlly filicin a leuunusnes of tbe same.
tbiie snj Store room, three duors west of the Bail
ad lo ilmkit Square.
lvf Tf lilllen
Puubury, Eeut. 19, 1PM.
1 U . 4U4S.S.&4.
VAMFD liriudlaiv, a Jt-uf FL
I avs MM IS. Ul wss jaut
i
A Lars Aorlnti'tit tf
EYAN3 A WATSON 8 f
SALAMANDER BAFtS.
UUAT FlltS AT UKAtllNU, PA.
4 . ' ' February 12, 1PM.
OriTirmtx-It gives me irodi itlifaotlrn fo
Inform you that In tho avver flro hhh, rn tbe
morning of the 4ih Inet., entirely Histioycd all my
Hock mid rtiatriiala, 1 hfd ciiof your tSalnniftl.der
Fir Proof baft. After enduring in Interim rrd
beat for icvrn hour, the Safe was opened, and the
Books and Paper were preserved In nn unihleininhed
condition. 1 shall necii another Fnfe as soon as 1 get
iu order. Yours, tuot respectfully,"
. P. UICKlNbON, Heading, T.
FIRE AT OUKKN CASTLE.
' CuAiiBKium nn, Franklin counlv, Pa., (
Amust 31st. ISM. 1
McS'm. Tvass A W'Aisox. Philadelphia Oenllo
men: On ihr morning of tlio 22 1 of Angnst, 1M',
enr Storehonre at tlrecueastlo was drstroyed by fire.
The Salamander Palo we purvliWMl from you some
tew ycnr since was in iie nioco nienlihiic.l rtorc
Iioum". and contained nil our U ul'.s, i aj'ers. cash. Ac,
which were pi it-eived in a perfect condition, alter
being exposed ton most iiitei ?ch(iit for several hours.
l'leaVr-inform v upon what terms you will fell us
another larger .afe.
Yours truly. OAKS A AUSTIN.
FnliHiinmicr fv'fcs, f.f Pnnk. Stores, Pri eto
Families. Ac. .to. A1.--0. 3.'v);i..j Vui'uir. Patent
A!plali''ti.iil liank I.'.jI.s ni l l!..iik Vault oom,
eiinl to any Tiiiulo in the country, end sold on as
good tern.". 1; ft Vi'. would rr-pecttullv refer to
tii.i iui!'iwiri(? Hunks ai.d otlier pni tirs. hmin Iheir
Safo and I.oAj now in use, to their entire si.iUlac
t;:in. and leai-y others given at their Mere.
I mi:ii r-'TAi i Jlixr, Urriic'.i I'niik. Shclt.yvllle
Pi.iiieicii-hin. Tcmiowo.
1"mti:ii,tati. A.nst.sAi..'.'i(.v Hank, of Phllndclpliio.
t'n!iloji:i!t
Oi",!ifitin it'k (-!' I'i.ila.
Pnt.'o.v ii Hank. Pn.
t'oatesvillii pcnl.'. J'a.
Si! .udf'.ing Punk, l'a.
.Ier:-ey .iu.re l;i;!;k. l'a.
I.oek l!:en Jlsi.k. la.
I nion hunk. lullift:orc.
C .iii'lh Uiit'.i; of 1'hila.
Chutanoegn Hank. Trn.
Pre'ni l.emi As'on. 4lh st.
PlO'l; of Notil,liluleil:;tid.
Bank of Norlh'ii Liberties,
l'liiladeiohia.
Southwestern IIm ktif Va.
Fulton limik. Allantii.fia.
Paul and Swift, Cankers,
Aliihtiiua.
Newark limik. 1M
Vi'.tl. St'.-.liiig.AViUtc-b'e.
Punk of N. I'., llcle-ih. . l.ewisl.nrsr Hank. l":i.
Other reforer.ees o,veu ujien ealiiiiir at oer St.ire, '
( jo. )ii ,s.. fourth !tnvt, riiiladelpum.
Sept. 5, lst;;i. jy
rat itpoceii'-M.
No. 020 CtihsTti t Prnrrr. (Formerly No. 703.)
piuLAMarmA.
J. VT. PROC70U A CO.. i:.- itc tho attention o
their Friends to (heir large and Superb Stock of
l ine CLOAKS and Fl'P.S,
unparalleled in any former season
Vhc increased accommodation anotded in our new
location, enables us todevuto the lu'.lcsl iUciitiun
to our .
1'nr Iteimi'iiiictii
which wilH.o fmind wdl fniid.-hid v.iih everv tic
suriptinn of First ClnwFVIiS-. which will he uiuun
tee.i us icpitsn.ti J, or the mer.vv raid will be re
funded. IHL'HiSpc mail will he carefully aMrr.d? 1 to,
and delivered. Fxj lesi cl.iirgcs paid, 'and disluhe-j
iii.-idc of H O luiki.
.). v.-. pnrirToi! .v co.
No. l'2t Chcsmit Sncet, l'hilf.dcl. hiii.
Font.,'.. ISfiH. lv
I
OF THE LATFST IMPItOVrjlENT ARE FOR i
SALE AT j
JtoiirUn. Zi & 'o.st
F O U IT D E -Y,
j Oct the Lest (let the t iiciipcls Oct the most Eco- I
I r.omical. which can lie had i" the linhrhaeh Foundry. '
! llniinga large n--n lir.ent of the most (.prrr.tc.l
. S'fo l.S, such us Cooking. Parlor, Ofiice ami Sk-ip
i Stoves, which will be sold at the- lnwctt rates. Aln, I
Kcities ol all s:t s, l'ain. Skiile is. Ac 1
1 ney are airo iiiiii.iu'iictiitiiii; Machinery, Ploughs,
C:itiigs. Ac.. l rh-rt uoticW
llenairipj ;tl! liiiu'.i i.f AgriiMiKurnl Implements
done in a ;;uoJ ivorhinr.r.l.ko inuinier iiml nt the
thoricat iitiiLi.
All articles shipped as ordered. Orders respect
fully Solicited and proiiititlv attei.dcd io.
JACOU UOliifliACH A CO.
tjp O'ol Iron. ar.J all kinds cf Piuuucc taken in
E.ri:l.ini; f t Work
"util.i.rr. "-t. :;. 1 sfi.'!. If eli fmyl 1
S50 H EST PIANOS. CiO
Having removed to ills new Warc l'.eoms.
l'J West Ilorsiox Strkht, New Yupk.
Tnkcs grt::l leisure in callii; the nlterliou of the
public to I i Now and Pi, II .ve"le 7 Octir.o
P.OS1.HOCP PIANO lOliTLS.
Conta'niug oil the li'.odern in.pi,' euums : Over
strung Pus-:. Freneh Oiaud Action, lli.ip Pedil, end
luii lieu Fimue, fior.i
msi." to !fio.
7 1-1 ROSEWOOD PIANOS,
Ex?ra finish, from
1 fc 8? 3 to X!..'.
j Tl e great rnae'ess aiiemling M. Pucker j New
Scale I'lano I ;.:tes is. ' i iitelt. ft (Utt.cicut gituuiii.
tee tor ilteir stiperiorily. '.liiev oi,ly nccj to hj
he-ad to become orli trsul "iivoiitcs.
7 I I tilt AM VH.n I'OISTEH.
(Tor whv.h the Prize Medal was received at the lest
American J:.st:tute 1 uir.l he now olicr l;-i' cl ioit.
Nr. Duel.-cr's jiii h-ioncd m.it power
J'f."N.'. which receive,! the l'irst Piizt
ful 'lltl'il.O-
t stio. ai. i tiKewi-e at she last ra.r. he n.nv oil.o.- i.t
j the folioii in;r low price?, varyii'LMiiiin SH'O to
1 'J tie-c s'tpeiii r tttstrumi-iits pi.sse-M suiiieieiit j-ov-r
to lead ii coiieiYcmiouci It.i.'tipei'forsiu at.y ciuircli.
i All these ii'.-triiii.cnis :.. .' iw.rinotid to be n.adxof
I Wf!!-Fejencti materials, and regulated iu the nest
I M;.!i.
-V. !. Profe..-or3 and amateurs arc respectfully
iiteI tu examine t!:ro veiy ecperior irstrini'cii'J.
I .el..l cr 2-1. 1 ! ll!l
j ""VAKNIsHES, P AI NT s"& G LA S S ! "
Tn nl'er to Dealers, ( oai'limukcrs i.nd Jlotic
Vl Painters, nt the very lowest uett caih prices
tho bovt Couch and Cuhiiiet uttii.-hes ; Pure Yi t lie
I Lead; Freneh mid Amcriciin Zincs ; Cliroiue tircei.s,
' and Yellows, 1'n.p rod I'. tr y RUcks. and a fo'd as
; sor-Menf ot nil the liner Colors tuch as Vermtllioi-i,
i Lakce, Tube Colors Ac, ulso. Pnini uiui 'arni.-h
j I'.i ushet'. of the liest luuke. lilnzier s Diiuouds and
Points; Paii.t ?.!;!!:; sinirle ami iloublu ttrek Ohi.--,
, of alt d. seriplions ia: 1 all Mat. rials it cd l y Hours
I ar.d Coach l'ltinteis which we can sell as cheap, if
1 not ehesper. then rpy other house, from the fact
that hp keep do n our expense, by conducting our
' business personalty.
I Mr. K.w.- :.tc I'll.: f.ii.i f..r t. r.r.y years mann-
50 STOVES.
lactureii tlio arni-l:es. soli i.y tl.c lute C. ."elir.'u
call h. i..rc Mircltitslti'- clsevtheie. A liberal
eliteoiti.t njniiu tu ino trade.
Fl.LTON A RAT,
Noe. EiO A 1,?S Noi 111 Fourth S'rcrt, corner Cherry,
Philudelpbia.
Oct. 10. lSfi.1 fun
IC':ilinf It;ilriil.
T7IKTER AKRAKGEMENT.
t II EAT THINK LINE fiolu the North anrt
VJt North-M :. t for Piiiladclphia, New York, Read
ing. Piutsville, Leiiunoii. slii'iiiiwi. Easton, Ac.
Trains leave Jliirrishurg for J'liilnd i-lphin , Ntw
Y'otk, Rvadir", !Viisii;;c. and all liiteruieliiiU
Staltons. at ti A. M.. and 2 ml P. M.
New Yoik Exp ress leaves larrt. l.ia j at 8 W A. M.,
arriving nt New Y'rk at iu 15 the-:t'c niorninc.
Fares Irmn Ilxnitbur; ! To New York S5 I j ; Io
Phiiudclphia J i'o and J2 SO. Raggngo cheeked
Utrotieli
Rcnin.iiiiT. leave New York at 6 A. M.. 12 Noon,
7 ''.M. (Piiu-bun.il Exprc ,. Leuve PLiludci-
t pUlll Mi tl I J A .11. Ull.l !i oil 1' M.
I Stcei-ii,! c.i.s ia thu New Yoik Express Trains,
! Urounh to and from Pituburich without change,
i l'acJCUfci-ra by Ihe Calltiwi.sti liji! llnad leave Ta.
maqtta at 8 511 A. M and 2 15 P. M., for Philadel-
I J .ittt, sswlsrii. auu all vtav I'mnis.
Trail s leave l'ottoi ille ut V 1 j A. M., ami 2. SO P.
M.. b r i'uiisdull'hia. lluri isbuiir an I .Sew I'm k.
I Aiiaectimwoduii'inl'.iMii.cr trmn leaves Reading
at ti ,1(1 A. M., and returns from Philadelphia at 4 M
Li" All the above trains run daily, Sundays ex-
CCptiHl.
A hunday train leaves Pottivillo at 7.30 A. M.,
uiid Philadelphia in .1.15 P. M.
j Commutation. Mileage. Seanin. and Excursion
I Tickets, ut n.l need rules to and fiom all points.
I bu Pounds Jjugc,age ulkwtnl e.u.1, Piiaseuor.
(, A. N1G0LLS,
Deo. 12, 101. Cleiieiid Supeliuteiideut'
! NEW FANCY STORK.
j riHE subKrilier respeelfully iiifuiiui her friends
I Jlllit lhn I. ill. the ttoit klo. bus tol i.iji.h.1 lu,.
! doors e,i of tl; Pit lirJioe, NEW fcT'.U K I F 1
. FANCY' litlojiS. f.r ladt.s aud giuilemuu, uaciul
j and ornamental, ooiui.iu.g in part of
Laiiiee' Tiimuiiui;, Statioiierv, I
I Zi'bw, lilutkllookl, I
I Cotton and other ThrtaJ, l.istii-s.
iiiiniii g, Mtinerandunia books .
ItibUns, Holts, i,,Vs.
iravilirj bags, J,,h, Ma,,
Pocket lluuki, Gsn.es tut Chiivli.-u,
aad variety ef other anisic, all .f wl lfc have
teen nlocted with taitf and will l wold St rVMSU. I
tie prion. ANNA PAii iUL
s.sWr,0et. W.l4iI; "- j
Vv i.l confident that cur Varnishts, aru equal, if I "v" . J." "" 1 1!! !"',-l'"",d toduall kii.Us of TAILOR.
n! t-uevmu', U i.n ufacturcd in ibis Cuunti v. j INti in a n"1"' worl:niai.l,ke mr.tiner. The patroi.
Yi'o warrant them to give cn'im sali.-fue'.'iou. r.r. l 'if ' K'-'1 '',t!"! puh'tc is res'.ectlully solicited,
n.it its represented, the money will be n lunded. Give i Sunbury, .May M, lnir.l.ly
" T VM KKCCHE.
113 MARKET ETRf ET, UAP.RISEt'RO, PA.',
Dealer In .
PIANOS.
NEW Hose wood Plane, from tb. beat ntkm
ftoin J200 vpwardf.
MKl.ol EONS. The best tnanufaetured Iiutrn
meuta, from $45 to $100
Unitnrs, kill lis, Accordcors. Flutes,
lift. Ii urns, banjos, Taiulionrinea,
Violin and thiiinr strings and muticnl Bier
chandita in general,
SHEET MUSIC.
The latest publications always on band. Mutio lent
by mail to any part of the country.
OVAL, SQUARE, HILT AND ROSEWOOD
rr.AMEB.I
PnitsMo for talking glasses, and all kinds vf pictures
always on band.
A fuif assortment of best plated
LOOKIN'I ULAS.-l-.S fiom smallest to largest sites.
Anv slyle of fmmo made toerder at the shortest
notice. WM. RNOC1IE,
April 11, ISM. taMarkotst.,Ilarrisburg.
TETER LORILLARD,
Si.nfl'A. 'I'otiiicfo Munnflicliircr
in a it ci!a::li:rsT.,
(Formerly 42 Cli.oimui Street, New York.
Would call the attention of Dealers to tlio articles
of his manufacture, vti :
PROWN SNVFE.
Mucii'uoy. Demie'ro?.
linellarpce. Pure Vlrplnia,
Course Rappee, Nachiloelies,
Anieiiciin ticiitlemnn, Copenhagen.
YELLOW SNUFF.
i Scotch. Hor.ey Dew Scotch.
i llih Teest Seotch. Prenh Ib Tiev Pew Scolcli
j Irish High Toast, Fresh Scutch.
j or Lttiidyioot,
I t'jf' Attention is cnlled to tho iaro? reduction in
! pi iccsoi'l'inc-t ut (Mmwiiu; and S'r.oking Tobaccos,
i which will be found of n Supericr Q'nilily.
I TOl'AtCO.
Smoking. Fine Cut Chewing. Smoking.
Lon1;. P. A. I... or plain, S. Jur-.
N'i. 1. Cu'. iT.di-h. or c( t, Siani-h,
No. 2. Sweet Scented Oronocn. Canaster
No. 1 A 2 mixed, Tin Foil Ciivendiih, Tuikish.
t! rnni'hiled.
N. 1!. A circular of price: will be sept on applica
tion. April 4, 1S33. 1
Northern Onh:l Jlnilwuv !
KCHJint Tins: lAEtj.?:.
I TWti TRAINS PALY to and from ino North and
i IVe-l Prn'.i '! MiMiu.diai.uil, Elinira. nud uil ot Nol Ih
j ern New York.
ON and after MONDAY. AP'UT, 2-ih. lSilM,
tho l'. -i, riT Trnii s oi tho Northern Central
( Railway wi'l ut ri c at and depart from fciunhury.
j llnrriiburg uurl Ihilliit'orc r.a tallows, vu :
SOFT II WARD.
Mail Tialu leaves Sunbury dniiv (except
Sunday;.
" I'.'liv e Hair
10 10 A
M.
M.
SOU!
1 l.i P
u uiries at R;
Uiiiii.ic
Express Train leave
Set,!..
duity
fexeep! Snttiliiv.l
" lervcs llnrri-bur.j
JlieltilllV.)
11 07 P.M.
20A. M.
fi liA.M.
0 CO A. M.
("
(; r.ni.,B i.l lialtliiiorc
(exeent Moil. lav
utiilv
JIarrVour-3 Acconiiiio.h.t..iu leaves llarr:
NORTHWARD.
I Mtiil Train leaves llaiiimoru daily (ex
I com Miinidv , PISA. M.
I " b.oivcs ll'irr'i ! t.r 1 l.i P. M
I " i.rrives at Siiiilniry, A (t.j 4i
' Express Train havrs Paiiiii ore daily V 1 i V. M
j '' r.i'i i i s :.t jii.i ri.-I.itii;. 1 li,i A M.
" leii i s llarrisl ttrg (exce).t
! Memiay:. ,", M A. M.
11 nt riles at Surbury. b ll
I Tor further information npnlv at the t'li'.ce.
I I. N. DfRARUY. St:pt.
Irfickiti. liunu V lloonxtm, II;il.
I I-OMsl.
ON fi.d after November 17, Is?, Pas'engcr
Trains will run as follows :
MOVINiJ SOUTH.
Lctive Scranlrn,
S.liii A". M.
io. i.i a. :.i
11.40 P. M.
Kiii'ote.n, P.20
i " Rupert. 11.;!.)
! o I'ltltlillc, 12AKI
I Arrive nt Nor:! ut. t.rvl !-'. 1L' !.i P. M.
I MMVINi! NOHTII.
I Lenvo J'or:r.tMi:bei!ai.d, 6. 2(1 1'. M
l'tf-iitc,
1 " Report,
! " Ei"giin,
.. i rive ill S.-laH"ii.
' A Pits.-e.-lei- Tl::ill
A. M.. tor "ee-untoi-
f. till
O.K..
S.4." Leave
DM'!! P. M.
also leaves Kin
to roii.-e-r v i'!i
1.43 P.M.
.1.4(1
t -it at S.ry
ii train li.r
1 Ne'v Yoik. 'u.r'.ii;.'. lea-. rs
j of Ir.tin Item New York, at I 15 I
raiitim on arrival
M.
t 1 tie L,:cs au iiiuia V iltooio-l i
v.'i'Ii li.e 1. iau.iie. j.u.-kav, M r
1 load 'it Se.aatou. lVr New Y.
i.oiitts rt, 1 .
It lU.ilread connec's
a.ed V'c.-teni r.ail
li and ioUrn.eiiiato
! At Jliiiicrt ii coi, reels with i he Caitawi-sa Rail-
roiei ie.r jn.inls b .tli east and est un i mg at Phil-
ioie! 1 ia ar tei 5 P, M.
. At .'oi litiitnoei iaiui it cerr.c-i.. v. ith the Phihnlcl
i phi a A Eric ttailioa i r.ud e.t!icin Letitia.l Kail-
loa.t. lot tiotti'.. t'.et anil soittti t ussii'treis artivn ir
ut liarrUULrg-l.'l i. M : PUiiadclt.i.iit 10 P. M
ur.d iit.iti-iK.ro 10 2'..' P. M.
'ihc l'ui.ht nn! lWimrrt Train north, leaves
Nurthumbei land at C.i j A M . and arrive at ! 20 P
M . pasnt Dui.iulc at S.'.'ti P. M.
i"i;. p. rr.si.EY, Sup't
J. C. V.'i r.'.s, Ucncrul Ticket Agent.
New 2il, lSuJ.
'I'o.Ai'i'Voii.sfinKirfi-fcoflioiIi iJ'x'.
I A RLYERENI) GENTLEMAN having been re
S J. Ftorcd to health in n few days, nttcr undergoing
i ml li.v Usual loulinn and irre-uiar exoi niic moiles
1 of treatment, w ilheut si ccits, considers it his siu red
I uiny tu cooiiiiuiii. uto to hi utliiotcd lellow crealures
thu kak ok t ut, llcM'e, on liio roceipt of an
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I ) rescrptiou used. l"iiect to
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j .lar.uary 2t, lt-ii.'..
TAILClUju YABLlSHllEr
I JOIN K. SMICK,
' Fiiwii Strrcct. oipositc Weaver's Until,
j SUNBURY, Kovthumbcilancl Co., Ta..
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tJt tV tir
DR SWEET'S :
INFALLIBLE
L I N l ltl E K Ti
THE
GREAT REM FEY
For Ithmmatium, Gout, Keurnlgln, Lumbng
UtiJt'Xcck atiil Juintt, prain, Jrniei,
Vnt"tid HWrirfn. Pth, Jlmilnche,
and all liheumntip and Xervovi
Disorder).
For all of which Is a speedy and certain remedy,
and never fails. This Lmiuieiit is prepared froui
the recipe of Dr. Stephen Sweet, of Connecticut, the
f uncus bone sctlor. and has been used iu the practice
for more lhau twenty yean wilk the most astonishing
success.
As an Alleviator of Pain, it is unrivaled by ony
preparation betbre the public, of which the most
skeptical may ho convinced by a single trial.
Ihis Liniment will cure rapidly and radically,
Rheumatic Disorders of everv kind, and ill thousands
of cases where it has been used it has never been
known to fail.
For Neuralgia, It will afford Immediate relief In
every ease, however distressing.
It will relieve (ho worst cases of Headache in three
xinutrs. and is warranted to do it.
Toothache also will it cure instantly.
For Nervous Debility and (lencral Lassitude, ari
sing from imprudence or excess, this Liniiueut is a
most happy and unfailing remedy. Acting directly
uponthoncrvou8lissues.il strengthens nud reuvi
iies the system, and restores it to elasticity and vigor.
For Piles, as an external remedy, wo claim that
it is the best known, nnd we challenge the world to
produce an eiiuiil. Eery victim of this distressing
complaint should givu it u trial, for it will not tint
to allord immediate relief, and iu a majority of cases
will cltect a radical rcu a
(Juiitey and Sore Throat are sometimes cxtromely
mid ignniit and dangerous, hut a tiuiely application
ol this Liniment will never tail to cure.
Sprains arc sometimes very obstinate, and enlarge
moot ot the joints is liublc to occur if neglected.
Tho woist ensu may be conquered by this Lin'ment
in Ino or thrco days,
liruises. Cuts, Wounds, Sores. Fleers, Rums mid
Scalds, yield readily to tho wonderful healing pro.
pertics of J'r. Sweet's Infallible Liniment, when
used according to directions. Also, Chilblains frost
ed ieet, and insect lines ana stints.
DB BTEPEHEN BWEET
the Oreat Natural Rone Setter.
f Connecticut
BR ETEFnEN SWEET, Connecticut
is known all over the United States.
DIl. STEPHEN SWEET, of Connecticut,
is the author of ''Dr Sweet's lufiiUibla Li"-uciu."
Dr. Sweet's Infallible" Iiinimcct
Cures Rheumatism, and never CxJ.
Cr. Sweet's Infallible Liniment
I? a certain remedy fur Ncnraliiia.
Dr. Swcet'e Infallible Liniment
Cures Rums aud Scalds imrueilui.teLy.
Sr. Sweet's Infallible Liniment
Is tho Lest known remedy for Spruins aul ru'scs.
Dr. Bwcet' Infallible Linlmcrt
Affords immediate relief for Piles, and telilnni fails
to euro.
Dr. Sweet's Infallible Liniment
Cures Toothache in one minute.
j Dr. 8weer Infallible Liniment.
Cures Cuu and Wounds immediately end IsTes no
Dr. Sweot's Infallible Liniment
Is the best remedy for Sojes in the known world.
Ir Sweet's Infnllia' Liniment
j If as been in use by moro than a million people, aud
nil eisiEV li.
Dr Sweet's Infallible Llnirr.ent
Taken iutcrnally cures Colic and Cholera Morbus.
Bp Sweet's Infallible Liniment.
Is truly a ' friend in need," and every family should
have it hand.
Er Sweet's Infallible Liniment
Is for sale by all Druggists. Price 25 and 50 cents.
A FRIEND IN NEED. TRY IT.
DR. SWEET'S INFALMRLE LINIMENT, as
ed external remedy, is without a rival, ami will
alleviate pain inure speedily than any other prepa
ration. For all Rheuutuliu and Nervous Disorders
it is truly infallible, aud as ii curative for Sues,
Wounds, Sprnius, Rruiscs. Ac. its soothing, healing
and powerful strengthening properties, excite the
just wonder and astouisLuivnt of all who have ever
given ita trial. Over one thousand certificates of
rcmarkaliin cures, performed by it within tho lust
two years, attest tbe fact.
TO HORSE OWNERS !
DR. SWEET'S 1NFALEIRLE LINIMENT FOR
JlOItSl n is uunvaled by any, and in all euses uf
Lamenem. arising from Sprains, liruiscsor Wrench
ing, its effect is magical and certain. Harness ur
Suiidlu Gulls. Scratches. Mango, Ac, it will ulsu cure
speeuny. tpavin and ttingbone may bu easily pre
vented aud cured iu their iucipient Hinges, but con
tinned cases are bevnm! tha luniliiliiv ..i' u r...li..l
euro. No ease of tiie kind, however, is so des pernio
or uopeiess nui u uiuy ue Hllcnulcd by tins 1.1111
iiuiii. auu us louniui appiicaituu will ulways remove
tnu Lameness, lend enable the horses to ti el with
comparative ease,
EVERY HORSE OWNER
should have this remedy at hand, for its timely ue
ut the tint appearance of Lameness will etteutuully
iruveut those formidable diseases, to which all hor
ses are liable, and which render su many otherwise
valuable burses nearly worthiest,
DR SWEET'S
Inallible Liniment.
TBI
SOLDIER'S FRIEIS'D,
And thousands have found it truly ',
A FBIEND I XT NEED 1
CUUIIOB.
To avoid Imposition, observe the Signatnrs and
Likeness or Dr. kitvlien kiweet oa every label, and
al -hiepbea Hweet'a Jntallibl Liuiu.ent 1 blown
iu the glass or each bottle, iibul a hi' j none are
genuine,
BICnARDSON CO.,
. eiurs Pri prlsum, Norwich, -Ct.
MORGAN 4.ALLEN. General Agents.
4 Cliff Street, New Vwk.
Fold by all dealer everywhere.
ltv HI. lacj -Jr
, BALTIMORE
tOOE HOSPITAL. :
ESTABLISHED AS A REFUGE FROM QUACK-,-
ERY.
TUB OJVIT PLACE XVIIERE A CVEE
CAN BE OBTAINED.
TW. J0T1NBT0N Viae rllsoovered the meet Certain,
JLs Speedy and euly EtTectnil Remedy In the
World for all Private Diseases, Weakness of the Bach
er Limbs, Btrletures, Affestions of tbs Kidneys and
Bladder. Involnntarv Discharem. ImnoteneT. time
rs! Debility, Nervousness,-Dyspepsy, Languor, Low
Spirits, Confusion ef Ideas. Palpitation of the Heart.
Timidity, Tremblings. Dimness of Bight or Giddiness.
Disease of ths Head. Throat, Nose or skin, Affections
of the Liver, Lungs, Stomach or Rowels those Terri
ble Disorders arising from ths Solitsry Habits of
Youth those secret end solitary practices more fatal
to their viotims than the song of Syrens to the Ma
riners of Ulysses, blighting thoir most blilliant hopes
or anticipations, rendering marriage, do., Impose!-
Yorxs mis
Ftpecially, who have become the victims of Solitary
Vice, that dreadful and destructive habit which
snnuslly sweeps to an untimely grave thousands o(
Young Men of the most exalted talents and brilliant
Intollect, who might otherw ise hare ciitranoed listen
ing Senates with the thunders of eloquence or waked
to ecstaty ths living lyre, may call Willi full con
fidence. ItlARItlAC.-H.
Married Persons, or Young Men contemplating
marriage, being aware of physical weakness, urganio
debility, deformities, Ac, speedily cured.
He who places himself under the care ofDr.J.
mav relij-'onsly confide In bis honor as a gentleman,
and confidently rely upon his skill as a Physician.
. OlEbiAMU WHAKAIIKM
Immediately Cured, and Full Vigor Restored.
Ihis distressing Attcclton which renders Life
miserable and marriage impossible is the penalty
paid by the victims ol improper indulgences. Y'nung
I crsons are too apt to commit excesses from not
eing awnre of the dreadful consequences that may
ensue Now, who that understands Ihe subject will
pretend to deny that the pow er cf procreation is lust
Soulier by those falling into improper habits than by
the prudent ' Resides being deprived the pleasures
of healthy offspring the most serious and destructive
symptom's to hoth body ami mind arise. The svstem
becomes Deranged, the Physical and Mcntnl Func
tions Weakened. l.oss of Proore.ttivc power. Nervous
irritability, Dyspeiissa. Palpitation ol tho Heart.
Indigestion, Constitutional Debility, a Wafting of
the Frame. Cough, Consumption. Decay and Death.
Ollit'c "So. 7 Moiilli I-'ri'drrlrk Slr-t f
Left hand sidn going from Riillimnro street, a few
doors from the corner. Fail not to observe name
and number.
Letters must bo pnid ami contain n stun. p. The
Doittor s hMploma hang in inotlice.
AllRE WAIEKAVriJW IX TWO
WAYS.
Ail ATrrrrrtt or Ntiffaiti I)rgs.
.lOllAf-'f ..
Member of the Royal College of Surgeons. London.
Graduate from one of the most eminent Colleges in
the United States, and the greater pert of whose life
ha been spent in tlio hospitals of London, Paris,
Philadelphia and elsewhere, hss effected sumo of
the most astonishing cures that wero ever known ;
many troubled with ringing in tho head and cars
when asleep, great tu rieu'itfts. brhsg alarmed nt
Hidden sounds. basifnlne. with frequent blushing,
nttentled sometimes with derangement of mind, were
cured immcdiutelv.
1'ASal! 1MICT1M I.IK 'OTM'K.
Dr. J. addresses all those who have injured them
selves by improper indulgence and solitary habits,
which ruin both body and n.ind. untitling them for
either Visincss, study, society or marriage.
Titssi: are sonic of the sad and melancholy effects
produced by early habits of youth, vis: Weakness of
tl e Hack aud Limbs, Pains iii the Head. Dimnces of
iglit, Loss of Mn-rnlitr Power. Palpilalien of the
lletirt. Dyspepsy. Nervous In ilnbilitv. Derangement
of the Digestive- Functions, General Debility, Symp
toms of Consumption. Ac.
Mkxtali.v. The fesrful effects on the mind are
much to be dreaded Loss of Memory. Contusion of
Ideas. Depression of Spirits. Evil-Forebodings. Aver
sion ti Society. Self-Hi-tnist. Love of Solitude,
Timidity. Ac arc sonic of tho tv ils produced.
'l'unrsAMis of peisoits nf all ages can now judge
what is Ihe cause of their declining health, losing
neir vigor, becoming weak, pule, nervous and
aiaciated. having a singular af pearanee about the
cough and symptoms nf consumption.
YO:.J JIE
have injured themselves hy a certain practice
-iluloed in when alone, a habit frequently learned
fit-in evil compaiiioLS, or at school, the effects of
which arc nightly felt, even when asleep, end if not
cured renders marriage imiosihle. and destroys
both mind and body, should apply Immediately.
V hnl a pity that a young mni.'- the hope of his
Country, the darling ntliis parents, should be snatched
f.oin nil prts-pects nnd enjoyments ot lifo. by the
consequence ot deviating from the path or nature
ntd indulging in a c rtaiu secret hu'oit. Such persons
si tar, before contemplating
.11 ti:.ti.t.n.
reded that a snnnd mind t'Rd body are the most
necessary requisites to promoti connubial beppiiiess.
Iutlced wiit-.out these, the joi.rney through lilo be
comes a weary pilgrimage; the prospect hi-uily
darkens to the view; the mind becoii.i-s shatioiied
with despair ni. I felled with tho melancholy relicc
tion that the happiness of another becomes' Lighted
with our own
i:si:.tsi: or iiish'5e."c i:.
When the mt-'giiidc.l nnd Imprudent votar" nf
pleasure finds that ho has imhilail tho seeds of this
psiuful disease, it loo often happens that un ill-timed
seniy of siir'iiie. or dread of di-eovcry. tlcters him
fr-ini app'ying to those who. from education and
respectability, can uh.rie hcftiei.d him. delaying till
the constitutional symptoms of this horrid" disease
make their appearance, such as ulcerated fore
hri'itt. diseased nu-e. nocturnal puino in tho hotel
and limb, dimness of sight, deafness, nodes on the
shin Ikjiics and arms, blutebes on tho head, face and
extremities, progressing with frightful rn nlily. till
nt Inst tho paliiiuof the mouth or tlio bones of the
l.eso tall in, and the v ietim of this aw ful disease
becomes a horrid oljectof commiseratioit. till death
puts a period to his dreadful siiftcrings. by sending
hint tu "that Undiscovered Country from whence no
traveller returrf."
It is uinrlriiirhvftf furl that thousands full victims
to thi terrible disease, owing to thu uu-killfuliiess of
ignorant pretenders, who, by the use of that Jemlhi
i'msoii. AUiviny. ruin tlio constitution utid make
the residue of life miserable.
STICA.eIlM
Trust not your lives, or health, to the care of tho
many Lnleniiied and Worthless I'rotiti. tiers, destitute
of know ledge, name or character, w ho copy Dr.
Johnston's advertisements, or style therrtclvcu. in
the newspapeis. regularly Educated Physicians,
incapable it Cluing, they 'keep yui trilling month
after inoi.'li taking their rilthy and poissiniiB com
pounds, or ns long as the smallest fee can be obtuii ed,
and in despair, leine you w ilh ruined health to sih
o er y tin r gulling iiiiiipniintiiie-iit.
Dr Johnston is the only I'hvsiclan advertising.
His credei tl.il or diplomas always hang in his office.
His leinidies or treiitement are unkuown tu uil
jthers. prepared from a life spent in the great hos
pitals of Eniope, the first in the country and a more
ixtensive J'nratt J'rartier than any other Physician
iu llic world,
i.iokke::ii:vi' ov tiik imii sh
The many thousands cured at this institution year
after year, and the niiiitcroiis important Surgical
Operations performed by Dr. Johnston, witnessed by
the reporters uf the "Sun,"' "Clipper," and many
fclherpapers, notices of which have appeared again
and again before Ihe public, besides Lis standing as
a gcntUuiau of character unit lespouibility, is a
lullieient guarantee tu Ihe ahiiuied.
Mai:. mi: ts s fcrciciiii.y
l ici:i.
Persons writing should be particular in directing
their letters to l.is Institution, is tl.c lellow ii.g u.tnir
.lOIIX J(MIVK, .14. !.,
- Of the liiilttinore Lock Hospital, Raltimure.Md.
Februury 21, IHt'et 1 y.
MANHOOD,
How E.oi.1, How ltvford.
Just PidiitktJ, ia a Staled Ewclo). Price
Sir C flits, .
A LECTURE on ths Nature. Treatment and Ra
dical Cure of Spurniatorrha.'u or Seminal Weak
ness, Sexual Debility. Nvrvousuess. and luvoluuUiiy
Emissions, inducing Iiupulei.cy, Consumption, aud
Mental and Physical Dcbilitv.
By ROR'TJ. CULVthWELL M.D.
The important tact that the awful iii siuer.ces of
Kelf-Abuse may be ifleotuully removed without oj.
teruul medieiuvs or the dangcious apj lieutinji in
caustics, ii sti umenls, medicated bogies, aud other
empirical devices, is here clearly demonstrated, and
the entirely new and highly successful treatment us
adopted by the celebrated author, fully explained,
by means of which eveiy one is enabled to cure biiu.
self peifeetly. and at the least possible cust, thereby
avoiding all the ad vert hied ntuiiuuis of the day. This
leolure will prove boon tu thousands and thou
sannds. . ekint underseal. ina plain euvelope, to any address,
post-paid on receipt of two roetags stamps, by ad
urewmg the publuhers.
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rTUIId Brst class House the most quiet, homelike
X sad pleasaul Hotel in ths oily offers superior
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(Wpt l,IMaV
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GENUINE PREPARATIONS
"HIGHLY CONCENTRATED'.' C0MP0LKI "
FLUID EXTRACT BUCIIU,
A Positive and Specific Remedy
For Diseases of fh e
LLADDER KIDNEYS, GRAVEL AND DROPSI
CAL SWELLINGS.
This Medicine Incn'sscs the power nf Digestion,
and excites tho Aliwubents Into healthy action, by
which the Wateiy or Caloerous depositions, and all
Unnatural Enlargements are reduned. as well as pain
and Ittllnuiation, and is good for men, women, or
Children..
IIItf.MltOI.lV'M KXTHACT
lit 4-11 1;
FOR AYEAKNESSE3
Arising from Excesses. Hubilsuf Dissipation, Early
Indiscretion, or Abuse,
Attended wilh tho following symtoms :
Indisposition to Exertion,
Loss of nower.
Loss ut Memory.
Weak Nerves,
Horror of Disease,
Limness of isiun.
I uiversiil Lassitude of the
Muecular System,
Hot Hands,
Dryness of the Skin.
DiQiculty of Urcnthing
Ticu.bling
Wakefulness.
Pain In the back,
Flushing of the Dudy
Eiuptions on the Face,
Pallid Countenance,
'ibese symtoms. if allowed to BO on. which this
medicine invariably removes, soon follow
IMPOTENCY, FATUITY, EPILEPTIC FITS,
In one of which the patient may expire. Who can
ciy that they are not frequently followed by those
'ttircful diseases,''
INSANITY AND CCNSUMPIION,
Many arc nwarc nf the cause of their suffering, but
none will confess. The records of the insane Asy
lums and tho melancholy deaths by Consumption,
bear ample wituess to the truth of the assertion.
Tho Constitution, once A heeled with Organic
Weakness,
Requires the aid of medicine to strerglhen nnd in
v i'ii at o the rytim. which "Helinbold's Extract
I'.iichu" invariably does. A trial will convince
tho most skeptical.
FEMALES. FEMALE?. FEMALES,
Old or young, single, mnrried, or contemplating
marriage,
In tunny aOeutiuns peculiar to Females the Extract
Rnchii is unequalled by any other remedy, os in
Chlorosis or Retention, Irregularity. Paiiitulness. or
Suppression of the Customary Evacuations, Ulcerated
or Schivrtv.ts slat'i ef the Uterus, Leueiiri hen, er
Y bites Sterility, and for all complaint incident to
the sex, w hcther arising from Indiscretion, Habits of
Dissipation, or in the
DECLINE OR CHANGE OF LIFE.
Pec symptoms rebecs.
N03ILY SH0UL3 BE WITHOUT IT.
Tuke no Rntsam, Mereiirr. cr Unpleasant Medicius
lor Uupleosunt and Dnngerous Discuses.
llULKlSOI.I,!i IlX i ISACT
It I I'll
Cures
SECRET DISEASE3
In all their stages ; ut little expense ;"fUt' or no
change in diet ; ho inoouvenience,
AND NO EXPOSURE.
It catisei frequent desire, and gives strength ttf'
Urinate, thereby reaioring ohstructior.s. preventing
and curing Strict ares 6f the Urethra, allaying pain
and iii!!air.mation. so frequent in this class of diseases
and expelling Poisouous, Diseased, and. Wom-tiJt
Mutter.
Thousands ppon TlionsamU
WHO HAVE BEEN THE VICTIMS OF
(IA(KS,
And who have laid Heavy Fees to be cured ina
short time, hme'lo'md they wero deceived, awt
that the Pe-iKiu'' has. by tiie tie of ''Powerful As
trire'entv." been 'dried up in the system. Io break
out iu an aggravated form, and
Peihaps alter Marriage.
USK
HEI.IIKOI.Is S KXTKAt'T
For nil Affoctioi.s and Diseases of
THE t'P.INAl'Y ORGANS,
Whether e xisting in Male or Female', from whatever
curse originating, one.' no matter
OF I.'OW LONG PTA.NDING.
Diseases of these Organs require the aid of a
Du iiKite'.
IlELMEOLD'S EXTRACT BUCECU .
. Is the Great Diuretic,
Anil it is certain to have the desired c(!i ot in all
Discuses, for which it is rcco'iinieijued-
BLOOD I BLOOD !' BLOOD f
Helmbold's Highly Concentrated Compouud
Fluid Extract Sarsaparillu, Syphilis.
This is an atTcclii n of the Wood, and attacks Ihe
St xual Organs. Lining'of the Nose. Eurs. 'J hroar.
Windpipe, aud other Mucus Surfuein. making its
ap earanee in tlio form of Ulcers, liclmhold's Ex
tract Sttisaparilia purities the Rlood. and reuiovcs all
Scaly Eruptions ol the Skin, giving to the Complex
ion a Clear and Healthy Color. It being prepared
evpren-ly tor this class of complaints, ils iilood-Puri-fyiiig
I'repiietors are preseived to a greater ixtent
lhau uuy other preparation of Sarsnpaiillu.
Helmbold'a Itoae Wash,
An excellent Lotion ior Diseases of a Syphilitic Na
ture, and its an injection in Diseases ot the Urinary
Organs, arisiog fiom habits of tlii-siputieit. used iii
connection wilh the Extracts Uuchu and Suistiparilla
in such diseases as rieomniended .
Evidence nl the most risiamsible and reliable char
acter w ill accompany tho medicine.
CERTIFICATES OF CVRES
From
eight Io twenty yenrs standing, with names
known to Scieneo and
I fume.
tor Medioiil Properties of Buehu, see Dispensatery
the Uliiled Stutes.
Sec Professor Dowces' valuublo wuiki ou the
Practice of Phy sio,
See remark's made by tho late celebrated Dr.
Piiysick. l'hiiudcl) hia.
Scoremaiks made by Dr. Fphraiin McDowell, a
cilehiattd Physician, and Member of the Roval
College of Surgeons. Ireland, aud published iu the
Trunsiieiii iw o the King and Queen's Journal.
bee Meilicu-Cirtirgiciil Review, published by
Eei.jamin Travels, Fellow of the llojai College o"f
ciureoi.s.
boo most of the late Standard Works on Medi
o'uie.
Extract El chi, tl CO per bottle, or six, f 5 00
Saiisahabilla 1 HO " "5 00
Im tioNEu Rusk Wash. 50 " J iu
Or half aukienof each for f 13 00. which will be
suuieieiu to cure the most obstinate eases, it du ecliou
aro auuerea lu.
Delivered to any address, securely packed rom
observation.
t:V Describe symptoms in all communications.
Cuies ginei ai.teed. Advice gratis,
AFFIDAVIT.
Personally appeared before me sn Alderman of ths
city ot I'iiileui'lpliie, II. j. llelu-hold. who. beinis
duly sworn, doth say, his pieparaiions coi.Uiu no
nurcotiu, uo nierenry, or ether ii jurious diu;s, but
mi u uurviy v s:ii-uie.
II. T. HELJJLOLD.
Sworn and described before me, this 22d day of
V- l... ihli k. SI n ,.......'
euivwvi-i, i-wi- him. I . uiUCAaU,
Alderman, Ninth-street, above Race, Phiia.
Address loiters for information In confidence.
H. X. HLLAiLOLD, Cbcmist.
Depot 104 South Tenth-street, below Chesldut Phils ,
CtWARE OF COL'KTKRFEITS
. And Uuprincijtled Dealers
Who endeavor Ut dispose "of their own" sod "ether'
articles on the reputation attained by
HelmbolJ'i Oeuuine Prepsraiions. -"
Eklreel Ruchu. '
" ' Bareeperllla, '
e . u InProi Roae Wash.
Bold by all Druggists svsrywbeie.
ASK FOR UELMBOLD'B TAKE NO OTHER.
Cut out the advertisement, and seed for it, As4
Avoid leipoMtioti and Espneure ,
HaLuaoi.u's Diug aud Cbetuiesi Warehouse, (1,
Broadway, New York.
fearwuj U, lenjly
Tf j?iiii t!x'rrsj Onpnirr.
CIVENOUCE that thry have cone.ln.lnf r;
J)T rangemonts with the Northern Outml Railrnn.l
Company to run trains from Haliimure ft York,
Hsrrisborg, Dsnphln. Halifax, Trevorton, Punhnry,
Northumberland, Lewlsbur?, Milton, Muney, Wll
liarrsport, and all IntcTmedtate statfnre, ronnectin
Ft IlniTbWtl with the HREAT WFSTKRN EX
TRFS8 for Pittsburg, Cincinnati. Bt. Louis and the
West.. -
Also with IToward k Co 'i Express at Milton or.
Danville, Rloomsburg, Wilkcsharre, Pittstnn, He-ran-ton,
and Intermediate stations on the CatMwi-sa,
Lackawanna A llloomsburg Raitmads. At WIN
liamsjwrt-, by Howanl & Co. 'a Express, to Jersey
Shore and Look Haven. Also, by Howard A Co.,
and their connections, for Canton, Troy, Elmira,
Rochester. Uufliiln, Niagara, 'and fo all accessible
pointa'ln Western New Yoik and Canada, by which
they will forward Merchandise. Specie, Hank Notes,
Jewelry, and Valuable Packages of every descrip
tion. Also. Notes, Drnfts and Rills for Collection.
Experienced and ellicvent messengers employed,
and every effort- will be made to tender satH'Mciion.
JOHN RING HAM.
Superintendent Tenn'a Division, Philadelphia.
R. A. FISCHER, Agent for Sunbury.
April 6, 18o2.
ii:.iy itoixii.
Comer of Flair mitt Thinl Streets,
llAiintsmiio, Ta.
THIS' HOUSE, in conequeitee of Ils convenience
and ,lr location to the Capitol, has made it a
durable .'lopping place trt only for those having
nni),in at ,'b" si-at of Government, but for others
Visitin8 Hariisburg.
March i't loo-
TERRIELt DIsn,OS,"ltE.-KfXET3 rW'
'J'JiK M I Li. lo; ',
A most vidunblu r.i.d wond-rfiil feMiestion. A
work of 400 pages, and ."(t eoiorod r.ngrrtir.ir-. Dlt
HUNTER'S ALE AII.CI .'.'l.'aii original and popu
lar treatise on Man ai d Woman their Phvsiui" wi,J
Funcliot's. ami S.-xual tli-otders of every kind, itn
Never-Failing Itemed'es f;r their speedy cure.
The practice of DR. lilNTI.lt hashing been, and
still is. inilsiiindeil, l.ttt t:t 'ho earne-i solieiiation of
numerous persons, he t,i- been trr'necd to cxterd his
niftier I l.sefi'lnesi thiough the n.ediuin of his
'VAl'K MI.CU.M." It is a vuiuiue that -houl l bo
in tlio hand of every family iu the laid, its a
preventive of secret vires, or ns a guide for tho
alii hit ion i, oo" ot the must awful and dcs!rv.;ive
scourges ever vi iled mankind. One copy, securely
enveloped, will lie :'orw.ir'lt -1 free of pistole to ai.y
nnrtol ihe United States lor .'.II ect'iy ii. P. ' sl"ii n?.
or .'i copies f,.r $1. Addr. ss. post l'tiid.l-K. HUNTEii,
No 3 Division Struct, New York.
June 0, 113. ly.
l'A.t'I S I It?. 1
lMt'V 11 I
JOHN FAREIRA,
No. 7IS Ar.-h Street, be.
low Eighth, sntiih side,
PHILADELPHIA.
I:r.-tiorter nn-1 Mttrit
ficturer of. and Dealer
in ail kinds of Fancy
.. furs, for Ltilies' and
r Children s w ear.
i iii-ii in return mv
:r -- -r t.....t.. ,.i..j.i
VPS!t-rfi'- "nr '" Mien..
t'f-i Sunbury nnd the stir.
ifS-iv roiindm counties, tor
" ..rcVJi troiiiige e.vteieled tome
during the last lew years, an.t would say to thein
thot 1 linn lit.'." in store, of toy mvn Impnriatiun
mid niatinfaetnrc a n ry exi"-iive iissurinen( of ull
tiie different hio.l-i no t uualiiii". nf Fimey Furs, for
Ladies and Children, that will he Worn dining tho
Fall nttd Winter seasons.
lieing the din-el importer of I'M my Furs from
Eernpv. and hav iut Vieni nil .M-tniila.-itii'-'d under
my own supervision eni.hlt.. i..c to oiler ltty cr.s o
iners A the public a lee.-h hnnd-omcr Set ttf Fur" for
the ntt-To inoo-y jj..ii,.. j.;. -i-e tve n.e a call be.
f.rc purctiiiolitg ! 1 it.ia; teioeud-ev the name, num
bcr mid street.
.Ml IX FAREIRA.
7IS Arch Street. Philadelphia.
Scpteniher 12. Im'io. inn
1 wtill. Ai'r;i:'m-ss kMi:l.
:" rS-lv t rl l.liM"-.
TIIE CAMDT'N A. 0 AMl.oY AND PHILADEL
PHIA AND TllKNTt !'.. R. i ll LINUS.
pin m Fi'ii'to'i!?' '"..' In y i" Yn in" II 1' Phi re.
from JVtilin't ..' (:. V.'iirit am! 7.'- 47 nztoil
75e';.". i-A'oje.t. ; FAIlC.
A.t 6 A. M . '.'ia Camden and Auiboy. (t. c'ld
A. Aceoiun. -'-it'oit.i S2 25
AttiA.M.. i in Cntinreu and -ter.-ey City, N. J..
Aceun.n.odatioii. 2 25
At 8 A. M '.i Cantil-n and Jvrsev Citv.
(Mortii.:g :!."-!.! ' S CO
AtSA. M.. vm CiUiilen mid Jcrs"V citv 21
Class Ti. ket ' 2 25
At 11 A. M. '. ia Kensington and J-er-ev citv.
Express S f 0
At l'J M. via Ca-cui'o avA Aa.l -y. C aiul A.
(AcColennatiltloO.) 2 25
At 21- M . uu etiiiuii.il .'..'..! A-i:hoy. t' and
A. F-xt-rcss.!
3 00
3 CO
3 00
3 CO
At X P.M., via I'c"s!tiot n itt'.d Jersey ';:tv.
V nth. and. N..Y. 1-
At hi P. M.. via Ueii-ingt.-.i Hint .!.-'. -y City,
iV.vei:in;r .in!l .
At 1 i a P. M. ,i.i ir.-.iorii?t.'t :.i.d Jcn-ey e-'.!y,
Southern 5init.
At U (night i via Kei;.-i.i;;ton and Jersey city
S itttncru Expie.-s
At 5 P. 'u t it'.:. -leu and AtuU'V. t.Yeeum.
modaito!!, l'i'i-i!.i and PiiKcnger, Fir;"'
t in.-Ti l-et. 2 2:.
Second CI"-.'. Ticket. 1 60
For Water Gap. Strmitl-htirg. Sermiton. YYilkes
harrc, Mi.i.tiosc. tiii-at Riii-'i. Ac. ut 0 A. M-,
fiom Kensiii'.rte-n. u lleliiiiurc, Lnekawaiiim ui:d
Western Railroad.
For Miiuch Chunk. Al'entoivn, llcthle'ietii. Relii
deie, Eit-Urt. L:".i.hetl'.'ilie. Fi''iiiilt;rtoll, t'.c., lit 0
A. M . fi' iii Ki'i'.-i: .-ion Depot, and ut 21 P. M.,
fiom Walitui street i hal f.
i'lhoiJ A. .M. t.ire- c ume's w ith Trains leaving
Eastoii f.r Miiuelt Chunk, at ,'!-2'l P. M )
For Mount Hv-:iv. ut f, A. .M.. 2 ami 4 P. M.
For Freehold, i:i n A. Jl and 2 P. Al.
VAt U.NFS.
For P.i'st-il. Tietit.u-. Ac. at 11 A. M. and 21 and
5 P.M. In. ni Eeiisine'ton.
For Fiilmyi.i. Riveiteit. Dclaneo, Reverly, Rur-
'iglon. Florence, lierdviitown, ic. ut 12,1,2. 4s
" .-. ii i ii
ana
U J - .'I .
For New Yerk. and Way Lines inning Kcn
Deput. ti.kc Ihe Cars en Finli street, nhuve
stnglon
YV aluiit
hall nil hour l.-cioie ilipartc.rc The Curs
ruu into tl- ' ' u ' o oacn Jiain,
run fn.m the .',ci'"1: ,.
Fit'tv P. Li ds "' "Sg-igc only, allowed rvih,
.us.-e-t,e-l. lVl," "' .1 "-lubitid n-ui tnV'..g
anything t-1 b-'i-'ti-e 1,u', llll-'.r r'S Plre' , .!J
Ugge if'.r tin, ii:i. ,ls l'.'' l'.-''J u" 'J ki.
Cuti.nin.v It nit tiieir r.v !-u.ibi.4iy tor l-a..-ugt- to
Oi:u Duli..r p.v p "..i.l, ni.u ,v':' "fi be hnhle l .i uuy
iiinoe.i.t tcyi
January I
1 'rlc'i. execpl
V M. H.
lHa--
li.v si i't-ii.1 1 oi.ti act
GA'i'.iiFi:, Aeui.
- kCilxT e.:
y'.v.-i e, ..' i .it; us eip
SAT-iJjTtATXrS,
SUPFR-CARE Ol' St 'DA. Ac,
And 8o! Agents if the Coy .f New York for
CREAM OjP TARTAll SUDSTITUTS,
Invented hy Pmf. LVnN. llorsf id, nf Harvard
University. Office, 11 Cdd Sliu, Hanovx Square,
(Up stnira.l NliW YORK
rj'IIE high piicewhieh CrtMn uf Tarter commanded
J in Isol, togi ther with tlio ahirmiiig cx'i-pt to
which its dangerous atiuliernlieii hud been eatri -.1.
with other consideration, iu lueed ihe disiini uish -d
Chemist, whoso name is given uUivc. to ee-u u cn :9
what proved tu be a long and lat ormus selenitic, re
search, lu discover a desirable siib iitulc therefor.
Ui ellorts wero crowned wilh nbtuidanl fu -cess. and
huiaircdsol tiioi.s.n,as of pnuuds of the Subs.imte
have been sold arid ui-od during the lie-t five years
throughout i ho United Slates ami the Canada. '
The follow ing true comparison f its naturo and
the results of iu use. with those of Crewii of Tarlur,
will convince tho most Incredulous of its value
Cream of Tartar is a bi-tartrntoof Potash.
This Substiiiito is a simple Phosphate, and evt-.lnina
nothing but whut is found in beef-slenh. and in corn,
wheat, aud oiaer cereals, ami is therefore highly
liulriltous. It HUu li, health-giiiug iniluei.ee,
and supplies that for which there ij a coi.stont Uc-"
Uiand iu tho system.
f Jr" It is told iw a much leas price than Cream of
Tartar.
March 21. iar..'l. It
Uraudii'N. Wlms, 4.iii.. V-.
THE subseriiicr, haling opened in Thompson's
Hrick Pudding, .Mill street, Danvilie, a lirge
and complete stock of
Foreign and domestic liquors,
comprising the be t bran-is of Brandice, Gin, Old
Rye, bootcu and Irish W lu.kry. Port, Sherry, Ma
deira, Champagne and other V iues, ot all grades, ai)
ol ahiuh will be sold Whelesale, at tho lowest eity
prices. Tavern-keepers, by buying of us, cau sui s 1
it least the freight.
. 1'ersous de-iious of purohusin liquors for
FAMILY USE,
nay roly upon being furnished with a pure and
auadulteraivd article.
Iy Reiug deterniiued to eetablii'h s reputation for
Soiling chop, he resfieeitlully solirits Ihe puiroiuige
et ths public. All orders pruutjitly attended Io..
JEREMIAH ti. HALL.
Danville. June It. lbRO
,UulM-i' J LuuilM-r t
PHILIP SHAY, Muney, Lycomlug county, Pa.,
INFORMS bis liicit'tsaud the i ublic ia reaeral
Ibat be sutiswullr keeubi.d Hoards, Shluglos
alb, Joists, end ell k li ds ef l.tinhr std buddiuji
Latwials, which bs ill sell at tbe lowest prases,
eJeUfea M, laol.
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