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IfiM iivcclcst fluwers enrkh'tl, 'From various gardcnt cuWd viith tart." FA U LLCS FOR THE LADIES. TYie great danger of Delay' Whrrcin an early not a hasty marriage is recommen ded. Many a lady would liavo married ome favorite, but for a Hiding accident. She is so long making up her mind, that lie dk, Aftcrwarwds she is cruel to herself; for( fcarine the old legend, that those who aro unmarried here, must lead apes below; and having an objection to this, she, lilts iho heroine of our story, leads a baboon above; THE AriM.E TREE. In olden times, when brutes and trees Could talk wild dignity anil ease, A beauteous apple tree, in bloom Enriched the zepyrs with perfume. The lordly elephsnt the breed Of thu royal lions stag and sleod, Address to her their humble suit To be the guardian of her fiuitj Ilcgs'd that alio'd drop one leaf, to show Which was her favorite below. Shetliankod them for thoir generous caro, Hut I'was too early to declare, She knew them all for brutes of honour, Jlnd really could not uke upon her The favouring sign so soon to toss 'em,' 'Stic said: and blushed through ev'ry bios eom.. They watched tho vegetable maid, Till all her bloom began to fade. And then entreated she'd elect her Own favorite her sworn protector, For now advanced space the season, "When honour's sacred laws, and reason -Demand her choice, that being free, The rest might serve his seveial tree. Studious their question to evade, -She shook the honours off her head.' ' She knew too little of brute kind, So euddoly to speak her micd 'eliiionod for a longer day, Justly the worth of each to weigh.' For pride sugge'), if she could Detain them all, the neighboring wood, Confessing her attractions great, Must envy and admire her sialo. Tho suitors saw her drift, and fired JUiVoiv i-M.BiiVnepipH retirHi . But these at once her pride forswears, "With self applause sho casts a look, On the broad mirror of a brook. And wondered much.she said, from whence l'rocceu this impertinence, For though her beauty's gone and o'er, She still had golden fruit in store, And ne'er would throw herself away On such low animals as they. The summer fist was hastening by Nor did one brute of worth apply, Her blossoms dead, her leaves turned vol low, And all her fruitage growing mellow, Despair had seized her and supplied The place of petulance and ptide But that band cf monkeys came And plied with Jlattery the dame, She smiled consent. They strove to gup. plo Without more froi the dancing apple, They leapt it shook her to tho loot Sudden dropped down tho wrinkled fiuit, Scarce hoped for by themselves so soon, And plnm-jed unon an old Imhnnn 'TtSh.e,0Uce "iegrace and pride, now proves -.. arguing oiunv ui uu wie groves. FRANKLIN. Many years has passed away, And many a hero low been laid, Since joy fust hailed the natal day Ot tears bedewed the mortal clay When nature's debt was paid Of him, who, in our cnuntrv'a ,..,.. Stood forth for freedom's rights and laws, Anil hftltlurl .1.- : . 1 ginsi me iron rule Of Briton's regal crowned fool. Ah? his was not the moteor blozo That fadeth wiih its birth, Ilis genius first dispelled the haze That circled round our eaily days. It now illumes the earth The Printer, Patriot and Sage, Shall ever live in hist'ry's pBge, And., while tho craft exists, thoy'll pay Due honor to his natal day. It is strongly urged upon the emigrants to Oregon, to lake wives with them, as there is no supply of the article in that TWO OF A TRADE. A phyfician being summoned to a vestry to reprimand tho scxion for drunkenness- uweii ou lung on the sexton', misconduct, nidiiuu ianer inuignantly replied, -Sir, I was in hopes you wonld have treated my ailinPS with morn itpniUn... .i . a 6 ""! in mat vou .... 1. 1 i i ., . "UUIU ""an mo last man alive to an pear against me as I have covered so maim blunders of yours!' J An editor at the west wears out tev en pair of boots a year, reeularly, in iitcking loafers out of his oflice. The Magnetic Telegragh ia causing gteatl wondorment throughout the country mongsl the rural population, of whom ma ny anecdotes arc told. We find tho follow ing in a country newspaper. Zast week, we aro informed, a young ge, nius from a northern town, who had been disturbed in his agricultural retirement by ihfi vague reports of the wonderful lightning despatch, walked into tho railroad house in this village, and inquired when tho 'tele urnpli would bo alone,' Some mischievous beys seeing a chance for sport, gravely in formed him tint it was about timo for it, but that he would have to look sharp to sec it, it wont by so quick, they assigned him . station on a wood pile, and dirocted him to fasten his eye along a direct line between two of the posts. Our philosopher obeyed instructions, and shivering in the wind for an hour or less, with his eyes strained on vacancy, and his head slowly revolving from 'pols to pole,' to tho no (.mall amuse ment of the bv-sianuers, His patience ai last gave way, and with much indignation lis exclaimed: 'By golly. I believe that are telegraph am a humbug.' 'Humbug, sir.' Why, what has given you that impression of ii?' said one of his in structors; 'did you not see it?' See it, bo darned! There hainl nothin' paused between them posts, no how.' 'Most ceriainly there has. You must have winked or you'd havo seen it spitting fire as it snapped past about five minutes ago.' 'Wal, I did wink wonse,' said our hero, 'but I winken as quick as I could. Who'd a thought it?' And the poor fellow return eii homo disappointed, resolving that the next time he wou.d look without winking. ENOUGH! ENOUGH ! A Frenchman who know very little of our languige, unfortunately got into a diffi culty with a countryman, and fight he must i ii d that too rough and tumble. But before he went at it he was unxious to know what he should cry if he found himself whipped. After being informed that when satisfied all lie would havo to do would be to cry oiu 'Enough,' at it they went but poor Aon sicur, in his difficulties forgot the woids and finding his eyes likely to ba removed Irom their sockets he began to cry out ran:nnrrant 1 jl but To his astonishment the countryman kepi pounding harder when Monsieur finding here was no use in hallooing turned and went to work in such good earnest that it wu- not long oeiore the countryman sang out in a stentorian voice 'Enough.'' 'Say that again,' said the Frenchman. 'Enough! enough! cried he again. When the Frenchman in his turn exclaim o.l R. .1.. t- .i. . . . .u, uui is uio vere woru l was try io say long uruo ago trei.n. naruy seaman, who escaped Tr i tit one of the recent shipwrecks on our cuaet was asked by a lady how be felt when the waves dashed over him? Wet madam very wet.' A Schoolmaster at Faut.A -ood man was lately auempting the conveision of a convict in one of our prhsons, who had shown some signs which we considered hopeful. After suitable opening the instruc tor wishing to make his teachings annro priate satu what brought v0u here friend?' my Two sheriflVs said tho catchuman. Ahem! yes but I mean had intempe rarwe any thing u do with your misfor tune?' Xessaid the convict rneeklvi thev were uotn ururiK.' The examiner the next hopeful subject. passed on to A schoolboy being asked by bis teacher how he should flog him ropliedlf you please sir. i biiouiu iikc to Have it upon the Ital ian ayetem the heuvy strokes upwards and the down ones.ligh,?' An Irfehman who had left his native country, and sought an asylum in America because it wae a land of liberty; was attack ed or. his arrival in December, by a furious mastitt. lie stopped to pick up a stone m defend himself, but the stone was frozen fait. 'By my sowl, says Pal, mow is not this a swale land of liberty, where does ore let loose and the stones tied fast?' FOR SALE. A man in Erie advertises 'lots for sale to suit the sizo of the purchasers It is sup posed thai they aie located in the grave yard. A butcher bo v ssvs tint Im l, or tho four quarters of tho ylobo but never heard anvttiitiL uf ihn liimi m,iu,. A m W,Mi(iji a J;M.W JL m wWJ&VJWvb Tho subscriber offers for sale his HOUSE & run situated on tlio corner of Mnhi and Hast'Strccts In iloomsburg, Columbia Couuty, I'n. Il Is wcl calculated or the location for a l'ubhc House o Slorc,bcitig 06 -Feet front on Mainstrcet, Sl'l l-itfecton Eaststrcct, and the road lending to tho Hloomsburg IJuil sad lion Company's Furnace. i Ills J.ot la well cal culated for building upon Kant-dlrect an well as ou .Main, and hcinz situated in the centre of tho Iron Region of Columbia County, is well worthy the attention of tho capitalists. For nny information respecting the conditions, cnquitc of JAKLS KAhliUR' Blcomsburg, ZJcccmlici 20 IMPORTANT NKWS LATE SI ARRIVAL BY THE Rail Road ALBRIGHT AT & MENGAL, THE Arcade. HJ5 AVE just recoivod by the Rail Road and are iiii no" opening, a spicnuiu assortment oi Spring and Summer 9 which, having been selected with great caro, they cun and will sell as low, if not a little lower. than they can be purchased elsewhere in the coun ly. Among their assortment may bo found in tho DRY GOODS LINE, A splendid assortment of new and fashionable J'rlnts of new figures, Ginghams; anew slylo of cross ovei Ucrago ami oilier uerages; lancy and bliicK find white I. awns, Gingham LawiiB, Delancs of nil colors and quality, black and blue black dress Silks,- black silkberge Allapaccu, elamabk summer Skirts, damask book Muslin, purso twist and steel beads and rings oP&ssortcd colors, ladies and gen- llemcnsknl gloves, mohair ulores and nuts, while cambric Handkerchiefs; ladies silk points, black, bandanna nnd flag silk andkerchiefa, cotton Handkerchiefs of every description, whito and fan cy silk Handkerchiefs, Shawls of ell kinds, in short l.olton ondJ.inou UooiJs ol every description for Ladies' wear, Silk, Cotton and Worsted Hose for men and women Ladies' shell combs. .Broadcloths of all colors and quality, Sattinctts Cassimeies, fancy summer Cassimcres. s x nuartcr coat Tweed, Nankins, Checks, black Sattin and W."J.n.tr. slimmer vesungs oi oveiy inscription: lancy I ir ..... I nig. Groceries. i,u np onuurown sugar, Molasses, (JofTee, Teas orall kinds, Ginger; Alspico Pepper.N atmcg &c. liar iPoap, Candlcs.coarhe and fine Salt, sperm and ...... w.,,uu oaouiuiicm oi tne nest quality ol LIQUORS, wranuy, Oin, Rum, irines. &c. pu'cbascd ex piessi io suppiy Tavern keepers, wlio are partic. uiariy requested to cal and ciamine nunlii.. ....i ni..o. i,iv.. . , 1 J i"1"" uciuiu luicnusing eiscwnere. A splendid assortment of QUEENS WARE, by the Tea Sot or piece to suit customers HARDWARE,) Consisting in part of knives and forks, butts and ativwii: cimuios, aucurs. r i nsn i . i,., "i".T kcuics, nc. sc. and an assortment of 1. . '. -""I 'a U1IU TIN WARE. Also an ajsorlment of HATS AND CAPS. In fact they can furnish their customer wiih cry article usually kept in counliy store, and being determined to do business right, they can and will iiiuhu ii iuo imeresi oi Uu neon n lr. im. . .. !.!. Q3Lumbcr anil all kinds of coun try proauce taken tn vavmeni fnr UrUUUS. I - " ' Ap.il 11 5llf CHEAP CONFECTIONARY ANn VARIETY ESTAiLISIl AVENT. II R subscriber has juit received a fresh tun. ply of 1 Confectionary. &c. censiftinof Candies of various kinds. And also B nvch wains of a sunerior mn.lii,, . Bordeaux Prunes, English Currants, Figs, Fresh Oranges and Lemons, Herring, Sweet and Water Crack ere, English Walnuts, Filberts Jlmonds, Cream Nuts, Pea Nuts, &,c. Soaps; Smoking, Lump; Cuvendish and Honev )! Tnliiivn. "Jr.Bl.l. ktf U t.l. .. 1 ' . . ujiuniMi unu com mon Segara. AUn.'n assortment of Gum, Worsted and Cotton Suspenders; Razor Straps; Unislies and Combs of ull kinds; Ulacking: Thread Toner. Needle nnd I'ina A-n. Hunting and othor Coat Buttons; Hooks and Eyes l'cncils and 1 Cllcil Points Perrlls.finn (tnti. .S'tecl Pens 'I'hlmbles ilatches-whito and black Cable Cords agato and pearl bhirt Button Strop vest and suspender Buttons Salin Stocks watch Gnards Necklaces Mitti- Wafers-, knitiln? Needles Primmors 4- all kinds cf BOOKS AND STATIONARY, All of which are to bo had ehean nt ihn mmar of Main and Ettst-strccts. " O. 0. KAHLER. Blormsburg; April 17' 1840. 68 and SIir.VR JSTEBI. just re ceived and for sale at tho ffew Btorc. ... ,, L. B, October 11, $3" NEW ESTABLISHMENTS TIN and SHHBET IRON THH snbsciihcr havina- located hlmfclf In illooniBburg, is prepared to furnish all kinds of ware, and perform all kinds of work In his lino of business, at clienp rates ntm at snoti nonce jiu has furnished himself with a new olid splendid stock of tools, machinery and materials from ''hila dclphia, and made n largo purchase of COAL and WOOD 8TOVJ38, of various ualterns, to supply Ids customers. Ho will constantly keep on hai d, TIA II 1KV of every description. STOVES, a largo variety, neatly and substan tialy finished, together with l'il'lU SVOVTStot buildings. v o.i i j it ucm: rs, &.C.&C. Ho respectfully solicits public patronago Hav ing been fortoino years engaged in his business, and having experienced assistants, he feels conli dent of satUfvlnir all who may favor him with their custom. COVATHV .TIA'KCV..VJ'S supplied oc liberal terms. Call on tho south sidff of itnin-strcct, 3 doors below tho office cf the Columbia X)cmocrat. October 11, 18ir lySS S, E. CUAIG. Brandreth's Pills EAD and understand ! Tho timo will come when tho medicine, Braudreth 'ills will be appreciated as they ought nnd deserve; it will be undcistood that Dr. Braudieth has tho strongest claims upon the public. It is truo that every in dividual who makes a trial of tho JJiandrcth 1'ills concede them to be tho best medicine they ever used. Thoy oro indeed a medicine about which there is no mistak:. Their value in a climate so changeable as ours cannot be sufficiently approciat cd A frco perspiration is at once restored , thus they euro colds and consumption is prevented. Thoso who havo a redundancy of bilo find them of tho most essential service and should there bo a ue ficiency of that impoitant fluid tho Brandrcth Pills have an equally beneficial effect. Often has this important medicine saved valuable lives in those re. gions where the dreadful yellow Icier was prevail, ing A few doses taken immediately upon the in. fection being received into tht system will hi al most certain to picvent any mntcriol inconvenience And at nostago of this dreodful epidemic is there so proper a medicine as tho Brcndreth Pills. Let this medtctno lie universally uied in this disease and no loss of blood allowed, and few vory few would be its victims. So it is with other diseases. Assist nature with this all imporraui mcdicino to remove nuubid humors from the Hoof. and do not resort to bleeding or mercury anil vvc shall hnve a very great scaicity of persons afflicted with cronic maladies. J lie icalheicd till)'1 the on imal kingdom- over which wo aro tho loids, arc not afflicted with chronic maladies; neither thould we bo if it were not for our priae which occasion lhain. follow naluic. Uso the mcdicino whi'h harmoimes with her, which mildly but rurely re. in eves nil the impurities of the blood.whichslirngth ens the feeble and yet reduces those of too full habit to n healthy standard, Let mo again tay thatcvery department il the nianulacturo ot JJiandrcth Pill is personally superinteiwcu y me, anu mat every hox Willi my tlirec Inliels upon it may tic relied tn: on to have the beneficial effect described if used according to tho directions accompanying. Danville i: B Reynolds ti- Co Vjattavvissa u U lirolist Bloomshurg J. I!. Moycr. Limestone Babbit & M'JS'inch. Buckhorn M, G. Shoemaker. Limo Ridge Low &. Thompson Jerwick J W 6tilca May 3 18-15 ly- 2. ftnilR stlbicriber rcsneplfollv it.rnrma tlm mil. I Ei ihnt he hns opened a khop, on Mnin-Mrcct nearly opposite Clayton's 'l'avcrn, in Bloomtburg! ....u i.u i.uuuuM carrying on tne auovo business m an its various branches. TIN WARE. of every description, will be kept on hand for sale at WHOLESALE or RETAIL. SHEET IRON Manufactuicd into nnv form required, STOVE PIPES. oi an sizes kept constantly on ham. Stoves finish eu io oruer. T , . ... ueir.g uctcrninieu to do inshm ,n .;..)., way, ho reqests all to call upon him before they purchase vlscvv here, as Im will fnmiil. it i.;. in his nno us cfieap as they can be purchased in D. J. RICE September t'O, 1845 lj22 Chair Manufactory IMI n . ..I :i .. i m: Buuscnuer conunues io carry tho on CHAIR M A N U FA C TO Ii 1 N G OusinesH at the old stand of IL & 8. Ilanrn buch, where he will bo ready at all times io I ii r ti i s H l1 aney Ji WiiiUeoi Chairs. Set lees, Huston Roekinc Chairs &,?., of evorv lescriplion, which may be called for. a short notice and on the most reasnnabl terms. He will also execute House, Sign & Ornamental Painting, and House I'ape'rini;, in a superior manner, From his experience in the business, and his facilities of manufacturing the variouK articles of his line, he flatters himscll thai he shall bo able to furnish as good work, anu upon as reasonable terms as can li(. none in the country, all of winch he, will dispose of for OAS II or COUNTRY i'KUI'UUlS N. II- Orders from a distance will hi strictly ar.d punctually attended to. H. HAGENI1UCH NOTICE. S hereby given that the conartnertliin h-rpiiifmr existing under the firm til Brobst ami Snntpn , unsolved and the acccounts of so d firm hivn hrm assigned to tho subscriber, who alene, is authorized io cjiicc? tlio samo. ISAAC SAjNTEE. Match 13 1846, Ii LASTING POinJElT Keen of SCi.-ikti.i" .,..,.... ol tho bent quality, just received by , WM. McKELVY December 5 & Co OURMOTTO.NOT TO BE OUTDNOE .VJH' Ur.ACK3SIITHIN(3 liSTAHMSHSIENTj BBy Santcc & Silvcrth in. THE undersiLMted havinii taken the shop formerly occupied by Marshal Silverthorn, most rosncctful V niforms tltc ntttilic Hint they intend to carry on (he above branch of business and will at all times bo realty to no work a little boiler and cheaper than nny other establishment in tho place, "and they hope by strict attention to business to morn a largo portion ol tne putuio patronage All kinds of country produce taken in exchange for work & tho ready not refused. isam; SA HSJS, MARSHAL SILVERTHORN. Hloomsbiirg Feb, 21,1810 M DISSOLUTION. THE coparliiorrship hrrclofere fxistinc under thu firm of Arinslrung & Iltigcs. in th u (one cultttiL' business, is by mtituti couseut dissolved E. ARMSTRONG. 1 HUGHES. Nov. 1 1815. MAKBIiK YAKD. THE business will bo continued iy the eubscribcr nt the old stand; where may be had nt nil limes. MONUMENTS, TOME- TAB LhA, TOMB-STONES, HEAR Til Tnmb n n tfiir i? c nmxt'n STONES, SI ULL 13 IIS, Sic. or any other work in his linn. Hp id also prepared to (iirnisi WINDOW CAPS and SILLS, DOOR SILLS nnd STEPS, itc. cither of Mn.blu, Limi! or any kirn! of stone that can be procured in this vicinity. iT Having had considerable experience in the business, ne tilcilgea his work to be executed in as handsome n slvlo as can bo furnished from r.nv yard cither in Hie city or country; and on as reasonable terms EI'HRAIM ARMSTRONG JMoomshuig, Nov. 3, lfii!). ly 'J8 J- II VANDEKSLICE, Tj EGS Icavo tn inform the public, that hi; is prepared tu alli'in! lo all the oiler- niton's in dentistry, Mich a3 cinoving Tartar and other I'urch'ti Sub- The si an ccs. From the teeth, remlcrinc ihrm clean, and the ptinis and breath sweet and healthy. The cavities tf Decayed Teeth Will be dressed out anil filled with Gold ir other loil; of the finest quality, as the Rise may require, which will generally prevent their aching nr further decay, and rendor them uteful for years; and in inny cases during life wntcn-navc-rjec'omc UFeiese ortrotintesome will be exirarted in the most careful man ner, with the latest and best improved in struments. 2'orceiain Teeth, Ofihn beat quality and lateM improvement, ..H mserieu on pivot, or (in connection with Dr. Vallerchamp, with whom he is in liaiernsnip m plate work) on (i, ,,aU', Irom a single tooth lo a whole t,ci, lo look is well as iho n'aitiral, and warranted lo answer all the useful and ornamental nnr poses proposed by the art. It) fchnrt.every operation belonging to the i'iiiiubbiuii, win a peiormctl in the best .nanner. with choisebi inaterinl, and at tho shortest notice- Ho therefore hopes, bv strict attention to business, u, (,i!,in ., sar'(. of public patronage. Anj pctHin, ,.r pri sons wishing any of the above or.iiations performed, nrc respectfully nijui'Mfd to aive him a call N. 15 The public are In n hv i,fn,,.; mat we uiosiibsrriucis havo riiiern! i,.i ajirriiii i-armersnip relating only to paic ,n..:..i ii.... i w io n ia uiuru uonvt'iiirnt lor uach Mllnntl tn ilm rttl...-. ),. i.. i'i , lttu linn i uiiUlL'llifl 111 inn crimi.. uu iiib own account. A. VALLERCHAMP. J. II. VANDEIl. SLICE. Alount Pleasant, Nov 8th. 1815 Um JS B W BOO 'i1 AND SHOE STORE. n llIE subscribe informs tho put tie tnui lie Ii opened a S(JI fs'JOUE nt the low..) end of Alain Street ';SSN ".uvi.ii.ui.ig, ni uu ulnrn C.,,l.. . rTTn... i . . . eel f,v V. T.,,e, ,!.... i.. ,,r I ' , ' iiiieneiHio Keen a eener at usrortmcnt of shoes ant ,0o,g. for men and .....iniBwore, which no will tell s lew, if,,,,, lower than thebaiueouulilv ofc.l n ill C'nli.inl.i,. 1: . - ,? . " " " ""'" ill Mn.l, .. . 1 . . "'"VI "u "i I uu. m;kn in .... ... ing deleiinined to tell ... n.in.9 ui uuui nnu e, oes. alk i,.u ni ... u-.. ... ... i.vv,.m.., ,i,v.ms inosowiio are in wunl of ... b , , r, ,0 givoium a call. -V J. All goods boimhi f . n, , r. l . - , . o- ..iv uu, ii.HldlllCCI .w uo ItVUIIIHll'IIUt'O. Nov. loih.e,,. w RUSw- I.JST OF LETTERS Remaining in the I'nst-Ofline. at H(,n,nC. burg; ilarch 31 1810. jbcoo uouer Fantar. Uarrs i , , . Giflin McCully John Morris Robert Olrmau Willirm Rees John Kelle Georgo Suolt Henry Bchlaescr Juhn Knvilni- C. 0, Bach. ncn Riehard Coriney nomas Dadfuril ewis Folk Green & Kunklo I'etn Heinlmph Miss Julia A. Kline A. .1 s,L John S Utile jin Wali(1, James McLaughlin Mr. iVes WS1 u ITS COURSE IS ONWARD. ft iOgtcat linn been the demand for Folgei'i Olosiiini.in or All Hcaliutr Balsmi. and it Ini given such general satisfaction tn thoso who havo Used it and become acquniutcd with its virtues that it now Mind pic-emiiieut as a remedy in Uitca.ca of tho Lungs, and the testimony which lias lie given by uiHeronl persons who luvo been cured by t is altogether voluntary on Ihcir pait. They hav0 civenit in tho hopo that nil who m.iy find Ihcinsclvn in need of this lemedy may apply for il without Co- lay. I!enJ tho following letter received fjom the l!cv Mt Shinicall, I'.islor of St .lude's Bpiscopal Trco Church. Mt S. has not only used 'he mcdicino himself but has witnessed ilx cll'i i ts in several very trying cases uf disease. Tho letter will show tna opinion of its virtues. Dear Sir : Believing it to be but nn net of coin, mou humanity to thoso suffering under the vsrioti diseases of Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, t'onsumj.. don, Asthma, C to point them to n .tifc. sp.((JT mid radical remedy, 1 lake pleasure in liming oiy lestiuiony to your invaluable medicine cubed tiK.-i. Noniaii or All Healing Bslsnin. UI its iffiiarvl can spenk first from my own cxpciieun. ,. subject from exposure more nr l.rs to die m.i,,. tudis of our climato to Irrqiiint nt - .i U f !, f) . , za, Hoarsencss.eVe., I have uhviijhl, hi (i n 0jr j alniobt instantaneous, nnd always bj pcacvernn o in its use, (irecliial relief. 'J'o a pnihu.liir fin.j of mine sutl'cring soverely imrcr Ailbn.a, nnd u liad dccpaiicd ol obtnining relief from nny human source, upon my recommendation was mdutcd t give tho Olosooniai a tnal and ho prnnuunred the "eci piouuce u,..,,, ....... rum, u.u.m UI1-i, 'him immediato and nlmol instantaneous relict, 4 another instance I recommended it to a rnnij friend fur advanced in Consinnptior. After the u 9 of the firt-t bottlo her cough was entirely remove., and her appetite and kltengih rotund to j. h . degree ns to nxtoiiii.li all who iw her- W nh I lonij cheiihed ai.d firmly rtablilieet I j:i!t e a gainst the thousand nnd ono s)iceifn i.i tori n, these di)s ns sovcie qn panaceas fot ull ii a t I nsntirovou that nothing thort of mv fn in i mdvh 'ma ef (he claims of your inediciuc lo an m ,'insrp iperlable, and to tho effects edit as Iich iii ccr ifi ', both by my own experience nnd ut iiuii..nl could not have been induced thii'. lo eoine Im a J as u vvitiis in its behalf, lhsvn.li. ! . ,r sh, lesj.ectfullv joum, It. C: Mli.ill AL1 . Have you a Cough, which is troublesome and lin not ir!. , t r j tit the teniedics hieh yevu have ' U n j . tended with pnin ii the side, shortues. j! I e,t, night svveatal Do you kui'C Blood when you cough iiiul find jour sirenctli jii.i failing 1 Vou will find that thec kjmpn w lj,7,';flyiatlended to will tcrmin.ite mi h.i Asthma, which depiives you of your rest ut nilit ! . ders life burtheiisome. Here is the Wemedy. ffeniember tho name and place win t i; , , . obtiiimi and do not lie put nil' with a v , .. has producer! a cure in asilrpcr..te . ,, , tnuy iipjiear to be, and doulillivs will ) :.i ; , : . , in a speedy manner ihoso ilihtressin,; m,.,,, . , which till your mind with gloomy t.u.i...i r, the future. Its Healing Properties do not deceive. The r-hnrt dry couch m y.i i ? ove.conic and easy und lieallhv cxpe. Im.iii m : . , its place. Spitting of bluud ii ininu-liuli 1 1 , . cd. Night sweats with pain m the side .md 1 , debility nnd dillicully of bieatiing jicM in o sh. t time. Attm i with ull its drc.idful accomi iiiiih.ci isatonco relieved, bronchitis nnd in l.u i all i',s iKeeases of tho throat and I UniM I'ivn vi I,, '.n n this remedy when all other means have tail. .1. re-suns may atlenmtlo e eceive vrni ,v,il, .,,n,.. other lemedy, prououncie.g it lo bo ceiually a-, t-. d but remember life is ut blnkc, therefore Be not Deceived. The above mcdicino for sale bv the foil .;.: agents, I'. I.utz, II'oomsliurr. W. r.. Wi, Hup a. t i Werwiek: l I.iizarus. nrmmnviiin . I i. el, Jewry town : Uerr V .lcUriil,.0V I,,,,.' ll.u . Uuldy, CullJivinta. Cm i Cabinet Ware House. K'MIC subiciibo would resriectfullv iiitm.. in JS pulhie, Hut he has taken the th ip I. U upied bv iamiied l.ill I'looinaniiR, where he i.e carrying on the irinllils various brenches, nnd w hern l,n u." i ., happy i) wait upon ail tbo.se who may favurb. with their custom. Ilis Furniture- ir. ivhimh.i, i.. leniade of good rmteiinl and duiable. mwl III icndikccping on hand Sideboards, Secretaries, Bureaus. Il'ardrobcs, Card Tables, Du, in Tables. Breakfast Tubhs, " Cupboards. Stands, Wash Elands, Rcdsteadr, Dough-troughs, Coffinx. md all kinds ofwork in his line, which he will rl i die count 'C,mS "3 "l"y lc VUKhMi y Uuct attnnlinn to Imainrss he l.nnru in ceive asharo of niibl Apn.,5,l815.-lyI liU mt0WN- EUufe of William Mr, tri In In Of liiotnn township, deceased - - .--..-V.., ...,w RVfOriCK ishereby given, tlmt l,,.iirrnf A.I. 13 niinistratioti on the above mentioned estate have been grunted lu the subscriber, living in Co; taw.ssa tuwnihip. All persons indebtn t.. t. em and nil those having claims art, lfvl,.,' , (ireaent them properly authenticated, to Miilch U, 1S1C6v 17 JOHN R. UOVER, P. M.