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the 1'n'ion slide and sacrifice the lust man j
ul the last dollar to accomplish an end j
ana uitu.i u" r . ,.
that will equalize the races, by pi ng all ,
men whether white or black on the .same (
iiolitical and civil basis. !
Should 1 have time next week I will 1
nTf!iiiii on the suhiec.t of the plat-
forms of Lincoln and Fremont and the
position of the President of the Confede
rate iovernment, Mr. imm.
1 D. A. C.
Env.Nsr.i dune 13, 1SGL
Cmi;Ksi'MKSCK. 'l'he following is ;
the latest correspondence we have from
our friend from the railroad, and about
as truthful as the common newspaper re- !
ports we get daily from the Abolition
sheets that are circulated through our
town and swallowed up with so much
The latest news from Richmond. (I
have it from tiood authority,) though I
take the daily New York World, I had !
i- !., Mn ;';.( :'l!-in
see.il nothing ot it. LutAlr. 1 limp Vidian, i
.. . , t , .,. i
ot Minister township, arrived m our town i
, , . . . j
to-day and brought the cheering news that
"I (M of rants army were In Richmond.
I threw up my hat and took a large drmK
of whisky on the .strength ot such good ;
news. 1 then asked where he got that j
news, on. lie nearu u a wcck ao hi i :u
l I". f . . . f . I
M'll.inbs. in Minister, that (Ion. Dick I
A lute, Harry lute and aptam Davi.t
' . - . . I
Fox, with L)U0 more, were a!! m s ue ;
quarters m -kichinond, 1 put on my hat, I
t.K)k another drink and left to take a sleep j
on the lounge Yours, Ac, j
) ;:. !
J.N. FiniK. The imnioira! J. N. IVee '
was here on last wee!;, and delivered iitr
our cditication two sp.'tnl:d l.'r'cres on
the Stat'1 ot the country. lb' i-- on his
way to Jiichmoud, and will rail with
Abraham Lincoln as he goes there. He
wants to stop ihe war by som
e agree with our coiemp ra u-s '
who say that In is one of th" prodigies of
the age. It Is g;Kl for the fame of ;i:e i
..f the ancients, ih:-.t J. N. di I no. I'.e in
i:i i: a;i aiei g'-o i ,un i oe m
!-e nf ,S-iriates would sink iiKo 1 1 : r-?
e:,,iee ci-rnp.red with hi , and the
i inner nf Cicero v.oti'.d be but ii.-.-:
l"l:ol-!iess I )l. I ;. l'he Lieh-
li ill I ! liletiii. a.-i as a heal'iiv sign
in the Confederacy, (hat prvoNiins in all
the Southern cities are d (linii.g in pii-vs.
In Macon, tlotir is now s.-l!i: g at .1.0
a barrel." This may be :i matter f
.-.ulation to I )ixi. but we think if the
third of that was harmed here for the
' stilt? " pei ole t!i l.i.-elves Would go into
a decline. Put thank.- to a good i.'V.-rn-
nient, prices here ai e tao.h
: i f i i .
O'.ilV uecl OIH IIlT .Hi il L'OO.
MiiNiV- Co's., a-, iwr; ote- L n a.-"
l .'ii ir p: ici s a'e ei y i uoi . a:.. I
thev alas kei p the l.o-t a-sor; laeot
geml;. there i- a cent ,a:i:-.I i"il.-!l t
tiieir -tore, opposite tiie ol'i.-e of tin
I i, ,'! hi, i! S' uiiiii i. .'
- - . i
-On the pith inst., i:i Phuadel- ;
pliia, tit the residence of his e u.-in Win.
llardiuan... J.vut.s W. II l:iM vN in the
2lth vear of h; a -e
The d( i-e;i..ed w:is tl.e grandson of our
e.-t-eined friend William Kussell, Exp,
f Washington lown.-hip. lie was at an
early age deprived of hi fath-r, and by
his energy and ability ln-came a fine engi-
ne'T, wtis employed in the 1'iiited Slates
t ii ,. . ., ,
service, and became a victim to the mala-
na of the waters tiround the Potomac in
guarding Washington city.
Tito Ijiitt'st ctv.t.
u AMi'siimx, June 10. Owing to the
hn-ak in ihe Jj'egraph lines, no desptitchcs
were received yesterday f'rum the Army
of the Potomac. Dospatches have ar-
rived this morning nCiK dates to 'J oclJck
jit,t (j j
there was no in ai" on ednesdav e-
. " " L n.t. u.ij , ix
cept ly b.e pickets. An arrangement laid
in"- n fctfhcted by v.hich the killed and
woundi-d Ix'twa-en the lines were gathered
There was no movement vester-hv
A de-4-u..r v. !.,. i: i
came mto our lines.
njoii m;u Vieaerta liunters victorv
......r e, n. , 1 ;
near Staunton, was non h more comn ete 1
. . i - i uioii. - tmji' u. ,
nian the luchniond papers rop,,rt.d. He!
'ays that Hunter took twenty cannon, !
hiany prisoners and a large quantity of ,
Mores. The defeated force was recently .
a part of Hreckinridge's command Cen j
JIunter-s report has not yet been received !
JM.WIX M. Sr ANroN, ,
Secretary of V ar. i
VIAI in l "i. . .....
1 au.u uua.MTi Ali.u 1 . i
Washington, June 10 Jfeoluaii,rs '
Army of the Putouuic, June 8. Nothing j
lt 'lnt,.ra.l I..... .... 1
. iranspimi to-day. Aloii"
the greater part of the line the utmost
quiet prevailed until about 5 P. M. when
some skiruiishin; took place on the left,
Captain Me K wen, of- General Han-
eoeka staff, who lost his leg by u 'he'l on
Sim.l-iw ..ii .. "J" ,,c'1
.uimay evening, is still alive, tdthou di no
h.,iw r.. . ...w i ri- ' ' "
nopes are entertained of las recovery
run, I IIJ.K.M Al LLS .
-' inNoto.v, Jr.ao 10 The Kiehmond
Examiner of the 7tli says that General
Jones, commanding the forces in the val ey,
was defeated Ly General Hunter on Sunday,
CrawforJfand t,,at tliey treated on
Vaynesboro. It says a rum.tr was current
jn Richmond of disaster, including the less
0f gU,jS anj trains, but the Secretary of
ar announced that there was no trutii in
them, and that all the guns arid trains were
got off safely. General Jones was killed in
the action. It sys that the withdrawal of
Rrtckinridge was a sad mistake, and that
the Yankees took advantage of the weak
ness of their force to overthrow them. Ru
mors were also rife in Richmond that Lex
ington, Ky., had been taken, the Military
Institute hurried, &c.
It was also reported that Grant's army
was filling back to the V lute House
(,n Monday, anions them Seooi :d Lieutenant
(. Campbell. 8th New York, wounded;
First Lieutenant B. B. Lathbury, I88d Pa.,
also wnuiidcd ; Lieut. E. Matthews, 1st
Vermont Cavalry ; Aaptah; D. Beattie, 7th
A dispatch from Lee's army June C, " P,
M. savs :
La-t evcdiig the enemy abandoned our
Ie!t and part ot our centre in great naste.
Early ''as followed them 10 miles to-day
. . J
captuuii 00 prisoners, who av that Grant
, f 1 . . ,, - , , .
i, as gone t tl.e lute iiouc, uejuttou his
mt.u Uilt a.,ht
TJie" j!:1piesslnn here is. h nvevc-r, that
Grant i- making for the James River to cross
to the south si.ie
IW'ia'ches lrom Nortti
Gi-orjri-t. dated June ;th, state that the
I. .iliri armv is i-t ill makiii" towards A'.i-
;'.'V."'1" , lio,J'coi
1 looker's ci t'is are fortifving the
. r , , , , ,,
i.eavv li'.uis f.r two ltys had mauC the
riyli?-a,fj0st iu:(i;l:ll)!e f.,r arti'.ierv, and
.1.1 111 l V I I I
At K wort l an. I A '.-.aula.
ret uLd the r:ov nu'iit era ! v. S iir.e
snt skirmishm; oevrrud near Tjit M ' iii
tain on the 5th of .Time. AH was quiet
the morning of the Oth. L'-.ter aceotints
say that the I'nion army had cn-.-.-td. the
raiir-n 1 near Atkwo:,!it and liookcr was
s.ii i ru be u'e li.iiKs east, on toe oh, Aiaum
na rah General Johnston's headquarterV
were wi-st ot .uiriefta, and his leit at ii')st
' M. .unta'iH. Hardee miiiftnding the ritfht,
IV.k the left, end II ,d the eehtre. The
' Vaiikto e.tvalry 2ashed int" Hig Shanty at
10 o'clock. A. M., Jane Oth, :u.d were ri zht
i from M,.bi!o, Jane Oth
he S'- e .
r I) trepan w c,i:-th;ci
hie- at tempt i;r.' to re:; th-- hlriek
i I a or ted car 'f hi; o;.e-
;rtt.ir at Jack sen. on tl:n lath r. Uel, cn
th nuth .hy if j. .-v-out. liaraaidi.ke
is i i.icda Ihi.; the M i.-r i-- .-i i. I low a; d
i.l.eve ( JlOeavi'Ie. Pi:, f .)(. i.; iare. He
i.-.-.trnyeil three transport.-. S'rliiii two
Cier'.v-, hesides crippling ti n-e gut.h'iat.j
aiai oi ie-r t ian.-p' 1 1-. Fuiir t r:; ut pi rts are
l..t .vccii ti.e latteri', and c r.i't go up r
.! . . .n.
Tae ikvueh.cr, hi ail rt'tieh.- dk-.-u-.sii.g
wi'l pur.-ue, sa s (J i.u.t s i ; ilie iti n- .-ir-
nttle. i what vv a- t.r
heted. retrfl. He
in -ves away from F.ee's front.
here is he
guing ! L i e cannot tea. h th' city bv Coal
cannot ci une at a
The he; o a c i in: n is that he will n
tempt the s-uth side. Rat he la.ptS to
reach it. dr.u.t has trie 1 l is own p'ati,
t.i. d M. h iho.'s plan, and Ma;; tew try
iaohr's plan. Too. if he eh-x-ses, but will
ti'i-! it no i i ler t i'.aa !k" others
It L .-aggestc:.! li..u ladies he .".-pointed
to perform the d titles of elerks ir. tia- p...-
i i h e in R 'htlioiid, ti:e cleiks oeiag ail ia
t'e- tieid. iiie p .-t oT.h-e ia M .Ma i- iai
tire., v.-oik-d by ladii-s. Mcoli Toy in the
use of iter is advi-ed in Richtuond, as the
works are out of repair and cannot he work
ed to their fall capacity. Ti e Con'ederat'j
State- Treasury, say- tiie sauir liH'ier, is for
' l!lr fi'sl tv"c 'n ti"' l'ist-iry . f the (iovem,
!,"'ia '- it.li-.ut a d.ha'" t-) pay anvh -iy wp h.
Much gruaihling is indulged in on ti at .-ah
ject. Since June 1st to thu evening of ihe
5th, 1 500 privates nnd f a-ty-six afiicers had
a'livcd at Richm nd as pri.--.nero from (ien.
Ol ,11 MOVEMENTS NEAR THE
CI I ICK A I II )MiN Y.
i Jtiyit h Sia'ion l!i-!, t';tl u.ul '-r-
liiv'r P.aUriMid, June 8. The first and -1th
... . r , . . ...
Divisions of the corps reached hero this
.' mc-rning. It was 3 o'clock. A il., when
'the men begat; the march. When day
; dam ned tiie rebels on the north side of the
' ("kiekahotainy observed the nn. vieg cohinui.
an 1 oj.ei.e.! .'n it with tw-. guns of ve.y
; Several mtti were injured while marching
in the raaks. C.l, Hoffman's brigade, of
the -Itli pivi.siuii, iimnediately to .k p..s.-.to-
: tu u '' bU t-',! railroad bridge.
! A lccJ t!'n,n (-,,,.s tl; . r'li:"
, road about half a mile below ti.is -tati n.
1 Letweeii us and the rebels ii'ovs the
. i i i - - i -
(.fnckahoininv, a sii.t'.oiis. sluggish stream,
i,imided .-n either side by jungles and mo,
ra-se.-, from which is continually a using
dnnp:a;st and noxious vapors.
j At this point the stream is riot more than
: 10u yards in width but the bridge is three
Una s as laig. All the ti aer. is m excelh-nt
- running or.hr. a little rusty from disuse but
-n , , , -.
still quite cc-aTplete, with switches tndf.ale
tracks m good repair.
During the afternoon the rebels mounted
a heavy piece upon a truck, an 1 approached
within a short distance of the bridge.
Tuey threw some 6 inch shells over our
men, which elicited considerable criticism
frWn VuH ' mak, ,,a,irow,.0s
capes. Lille pits were dug. and a long hue
,.f fortifications begun. For a time the
skirmishers were ttiendly and conversed
with each other across the river, but liefore
I, t.. . . n n
oarK tney were u-mg every srecies ot hnes.-e
one another to expose his body to
I i cmoiit's Ietter.
General Fremont writes a long letter of
acceptance of the nomination for the
Presidency, and concludes as follows:
4 f r u ' . .. i -.
'If the Convention at I Baltimore will
1 . i . r
""inmate any man whose past life justi-
iu a 4 i i 1 aJ,
jle3 weij .rro.,,,,,.,! conlidenee in his hdehty
l ol,rtcanlin:u principles, there is no rea-
Mon why there hhwM any ,rlvision
1 .1110:13 really patriotic men of the country
To any such I shall be most happy to give
my most cordial and active support. My
own decided preference is to aid in this
way, and not be myself a candidate. I hit
if Lincoln be renominated, as I believe it
would be fatal to the country to endorse
a policy and renew a power which has
cost us the lives of thousands of men,
and needlessly plunged the country in
bankruptcy there will be no alternative but
to organize against them every element of
conservatism and opposition, with a view
to prevent the misfortune of his re-election.
In this contingency I accept the
nomination at CleavlanJ, and as a pre
liminary step I have resigned my com
mission in the army. This was the sac
rifice it gave me to take, but I had for a
lone; time fruitlessly endeavored to obtain
service. I make this sacrifice now only
to regain liberty of speech ;md leave
nothing iu the way of my discharging to
the best of my ability the task you have
set before me. With earnest and sincere
thanks for your expressions of confidence
and regard, and for the manner in which
you acquaint me with the action of the
Convention, I am, gentlemen,
Very resjeot fully yours,
(Signed) J. C. Fkemont.
John Coehntne has also written a let
ter accepting the nomination for A' ice
Ziilntitniv ami Couimnlal Ion.
We pubii.-h the following Act of Con
gress with regard to drafted men, which
our lvad.T.s will 'jc ali j to uuder.-tui.d
after a i-ar. f;d penisal.
At-l U- it j'uri'ii; enacted, That any
person drafted into the military service of
the L'nited States may, before the iitne
tixed lor his appearance at the-draft n'U
lezvous, furnish an accept.able sub-tituie,
stibjeet to such rules and regulation- as
may be prescribed by the Secretary of
War. That if such substitute is not liable
to draft, the person furnishing him shall
be exempt from dmit during the time for
w hich said substitute is not liable to draft,
not exceeding the term for which he 'was
drafted ; an I if such substitute i- liable
to draft, the name of th.' person
lag l.im -hail ngrdn be laced on
and shall h;i liable to draft on fa:
but not until the present cr.roliui
be exhausted ; and this exetio.;:
pot exceed the term for which -son
sliail lane b.-en draiied.
1 1 T-
pet's-.ti now in tae mtfitary sei . -e ot ti:e
I 'nit-.-! States, not ldiidcaiiv ;l ; :e:i;h:d.
who has so served more than ooe war.
and whose lerui ol unexpired service shall
not at the time of stibstiiiiti'.n ixcecd six
mouths, may be employed as a substitute
ti serve in the troops of the State in
which he enlisted ; and if any drafted
person shall hereafter pay man y f.r thr
procuration of a substitute, under the pro-
,is;!i.- of t!:
to wluch this is an
amendment, such pay meat of money shall
operate on! to relieve such per.--.!) from
draft in filling that quota ; and his nam
shall i retained on the roll in hhiag fu
ture quotas; but in no inst. at ici' shall the
exemption of any person, on account of
his payment of commutation money for
the procuration of a substitute, extend
beoyud one year ; hut at the end of one
year, in every such case, f In; name of any
person so exempted shall be enrolled again,
il not before returned to the enrolment
li.-t under the jmrvsiions of this section."
Cr j)li iik' Court Sale.
rV" virtue of an
or.ler issuing out of the irj.i.at,-,' Court of
Caaihii.i county, and to a. ,:ireete., thero
will b; exposed to Sale, s.t ; ;;l-'ie vendue or
outcry, at the Hotel of ir.,,,-(. V. ML!;iin,
at C'i'iSson, on Saiuru.i toe 2?ih hv f.f
June, leii4, at one o'c! n p. ;,j tji( f0
lowing real est. tie of '1';.. i.i; iS 1 ( 1'orter a
minor child of William IN.r.er, deceased, 'to
Xl'MDEh" t. :;:.
The undivided oi,e-h.'" ,,f thirty three
acres unimproved land, situate :r. Washing
ton township, ('ambria e.ii;iitv, adjoining
lands of F. il. Geor-.., ).!vf,j' Fox and
NUMBI R TWO.
The undivided one i,;f.f uf twenty-four
actes of land situated ia Washington "towu
ship, Cambria county, adj .ining lands of
I'hiho l'litseh, John i'-,: u-r, ilrs. Donaldson
A j.iece or j.arye! . f i:l. situated iu
Wa.-hiigto:i t.iwiship.CV.mbri:i county, ad
j-.ii.ing huals '-i F. M. ( ieor-e, David Fox
and the Foi t.-i estate. ,-, laaining five acres.
Oned.a'f r.n eonf;-.i..i;io1 of sale, the other
half in one year th-teafu-r, to be secured
by bond and mort-age . f j.urchaser.
Guardian uf Thus. II. Porter.
June 15, lSOLtd
rilie Conrmslom 1111.I Killtrlciirt of
1 AN IX VALID.
I'ublisl ed f'ir the her . fit, and as a CAU
TION TO 0UNG MEN' and others, who
suffer from Nervous Debility, Premature
Decay of Mania nl. &C- supplying at the
same time The Means of Ski.k-Ci ke. By
one who has cured I ituself after undergoing
considerable quackery. Iy enclosing a
p ostpaid addressed envelope single copies
may be had of the author.
NATHANIEL MAYFAIR, Esq..
r.i-oklyu, Kings Co., N. Y.
June 15; 184-Iy.
License A ct Ice.
The following petitions will he presented
for action of the Court, at next Argument
Court, to be held for Cambria county.
Adam Kurtz, Cambria Borough.
M. Kiehenschr. Conemaugh T.or. 2nd Ward.
F. A- Gibbcn; Allegheny township.
4 I'DlTOttS SOTICE.
Auditor, appointed bv the Ortihan' n..,,
0f Cambria County, to distribute the funds
in the hands of Sarah Duncan, Administra
tor of the estate of James Duncan dee'd,
am -ng the persons entitled thereto, hereby
notifies all persons interested that he will
attend to the duties ofhis said Appointment,
at the office of Phil. S. Noon, Esq., in
Ehensburg, on Saturday the 2nd day of
July next, in the aftenuou. where and vvheu
they may attend if thev see proper.
JAMC C. EASLY,
Ehensburg, June 153t. Auditor.
TO AND FROM ENG
LAND, IRELAND AND SCOTLAND, 1
hy Tin-: j
G A I AY AY LINE OF ;
MONTREAL do. do. j
WASHINGTON LINE OF SAILING
Diafts at sight for CI and upwards, on ;
National Bank and Branches. Fayahle in -all
the City's and Towns iu England, Ire
land, Scotland and Wales free of D'nf.iint. !
R A. O. KEU1I. !
May 25, 1SG1 ly. Altooaa.
Jjl. HO W LOST, HO W I ; E T( HIED.
ri&i1 ' J t published, a new i-d'ti .r, i
Wti&'t DR. CULYEK WELL'S CEL-
sci-Us- EIJ RATED ESSAY 0,1 the rod!- j
ml cure (without nieI;oine) of Sjlkmat..- j
Tim:., or nominal w-aktiesrs, Iavoluutarv
I! CO "i-.NC V.
Physical IneupaeUy, Impediments in M li
nage, etc.; also, G'-N-OiPiaoX. Kl'Il.KI'.-V,
and Fi rs, induced hy self-indulgence or sex
Ot?- Trice hi a sealed envelope, only six
The celebrated author in tins admirable
essay clearly dem-.nst rates, fr;n a tl irty
ye..rs successful practice, that, the alarming
coi:se.Ueuces of se! f-abasc- may be radically
cured w'dhout the danseroiisuse of internal
tneil". iue or the application of the knife
poitrJa o, t a mode ot euro, at cnee sim pie,
cert:. in an 1 efi'.ctnal, by means 0 whh-h
every sufferer, no mailer what Lis condition
may !m may cure himself cheaply, private
ly, and radically.
fC7- This Lecture should be in the hau ls
. f every youth and, every man ia the land.
(i.t. Under si a!, in a plain euvelone, t
less. jj:;i-jja ;l, -'u receipt of six
cent-:, or two p.-t st i-nrs. Aodress t ie
publLherR. CHAS. d. C. KLINF.vv CO..
FJ7 r.OVYEIIY. NFW YOFtlv.
Jm-c lo, 'til ly
Fk.sn.sV.'.v.vn'i.'. k.m:. no n scun.ft.i:. i
STATIONS. ' Si' ! !
A .M. A. M. : P.M. : I. M. :
Alloona. 7. Co .-'.L'O 7.15 j
Kitt-n-niug, j ! 7 ".' ;
bi'!tizin, p;;.;0 I'S.j.' !i.0."i ! 7 ."') '
Cress, n, i-8 IS I rr 1 1 ' j
Lilly's j j 8.0- !
Fnitage, ! R.lo I
Wilm-.re, p.S.-IC ; 8 25 i
Summcrhill, j j 8 Ul !
South Fork, I
Mineral Foint, ! j 8.12
auiemaugh, i-M.10 9.52 9.5 8.55
Johnstawn, 1-9 lfi ' 9.58! 10.0 i 001
LEAVE EASTWARD'. :
o- -r. . ; Sa. j. '
P.M. ; A.M. A.M. : A. M
.Johnstown, r". ?A 11.37 rG 02 i 9..S0 j
Conemaugh. p7.9 11.42 pG.07 9.35
Mineral lViut. j ! 9.49
South F.uk, j i I
Sumn.erhill. ! 10 00
Wilmore. pS.U i'G.10 j 10.10 j
Portage, J I 10. IS j
Lilly's, j ! 10.29 j
Ciesson, vR.Z'i i 7.08 110.39
Uallit.in. 1-8.47 j 12.42 1-7.17 j 10.49 j
Kittamiing, I j 11.10
Altoona. 9 20 1.15 7.50 ; 11.25 I
EBEXSBUHG & CRESSON RAILIIOAD.
On and after Monday, Ma , Di, 1803.
trains on this road will run as follows :
At 7,00 A. M., connecting with the P.alt
more Expre.-s West and Through Accom
At Ci.4') P. M. connect in-' with the Mail
Train West and Through Express East.
At 10.45 A. M.. or on departure of Thro'
At 9 15 P. M., or on departure of Express
East aud Mail West.
ENOCH LEWIS, Gen. Supt.
...:... ....... .;..t.l v 1 1 1- fViiirt of Oolll-
auiai.'i, ,.,,1.v....o. -
mou Picas of Cambria county, to report dis
tribution of the proceeds of the real estate
of Willmiam B Darlington, Jesse J. Railey
. . i-. e a.... . II -ill.. ,...lf f f!
anI J lacy uarungion, sum nunc mnn" -.
S. Wilsr n, el al., on al. Lev. Fa. No. 51,
March T. 1364. hereby notifies all parties
interested that be will attend to the duties
of his said appointment at his office in the
Borough of Ebensburg, on Thursday, the
23d day of June, next, at one o'clock. P. M.
at which time and place they may attend if
they think proper, or be debarred from com
ing in on said fund. WJI. KITTELL,
May 25, '64:31 Auditor.
-jotice. persons indebted to me for
subscription, advertising or job work, are
reoticsted to settle their accounts immedi
ately. JAS. S.TODD.
The peculiar taint or
infection which we call
Scrofula larks in
the constitutions of
multitiides of nu n. It
either jirolues or is
produeed hy an en
fecMeil. vitiated st.-o..
-wt-i.'-' 1 - of the blood, wherein
;.22jei Jt that fluid hecorr.es in-
i , ni?vrR3'"omre!ci:t to
- " decay. The s rofahius
contamination is variously caused bv mercurial
disease, low Jiving, disordered digestion from
unhealthy food, impure air, filth and fdthy
habits, the depressing vices, and, above all, Li
the venereal infection. Whatever he it.- r.ria
it is hereditary in the constitution, deseeutti;-.
" from parents to children unto t!:e third and
fourth generation ; " indeed, it seems to i e the
rod of Him who says, " I will visit the ir.iijui
ties of the fathers upon their chil-iren." '1 ho
diseases which it originates t:ike various names,
according to tiie organs it attacks. In the j
Lings, Scrofula produces tubercles, end rinahv i
Consumption ; iu the glands, swellings which '
puapunue and become ulcerous sorts"; in the !
Ftomach nnd bowels, derp.r.genieiits which pro- I
duee indigestion, dyspepsia, and liver co:a-
plaints; on the skin, eruptive and ctiUineous
affections. These all having the same origin,
require the same remedy, viz. put irication and !
iuvigoration of the blood. Purify the blood, !
11 rid these dangerous distempers' leuve von. j
With l'eefile, foul, or corrupted Mood, vou cim- ;
not have health ; with that " life of the flesh "
Jieahli -, you cannot have scrofulous disease.
Ayer's Sarsaparilla j
is corn pounded from the most ouVtuid p.nti- .
dotes that medical science has discovered for '
this afflicting distemper, and for ihe cure of the
disorders it entails. That it is far superior to
ur,y ether remedy yet devised, is known Ly a'!
who have given it a trial. T;a. t it does com
bine virtues truly extraordinary in their effect
upon this class of complaints, is indisputahtv
proven Ly the great multitude of publicly
known and remarkable cures it has made of
the following diseases : King's Evil or
Glandular Swellings, Tumors, Lrap
tiens, Pimples, Slotelies and Soros, Eiy
sipelas, Rose or St Anthony's Fire, Salt
Eheum, Scald Bead, Counts frcia tu
berculous deposits in the lunsrs, Whits
Swellings, Debility, Dropsy,
cases may he found in Ayer's Ami hicas
Almanac, which is furnished to the draggisM
for gratuitous distribution, wherein may he
learned the. directions for its use, and .-omu of
the. remarkable cures whit h it has made when
all other remedies had failed to r.rloid relief.
Those cases are purposely taken from all sec
tions of the country, in order that every reader
may have access to sotnr one who can sneak to
him of its benefit-; from personal e pi : e.-.
Scrofula depresses the vital energies, and thus
leaves its ictims far more subject to disease
nnd its f;ii:d results than are healthy oii-aiiu-tions.
Hence it tends to shorten, and doe.i
greatly shorten, the average duration of human
life. The vast importance of these considera
tions has led us to spend years in perfecting a
remedy which is adequate to its cure. Thij
wc now offer to the public under the name of
Ayer's Sarsapahi li a, although it is com
posed of ingredients, some of which exceed the
best of Stisiiiuiila in alterative power. Ky
its aid vou may protect yourself from the suHVr
intr and danger of these disorders. Purge out
the foul corruptions that rot and fester in the
h'.oou ; purge out the causes of disease, cud
vigorous health will follow. Ii? its peculipr
virtues this remedy stimulates the vital function-,
and thus expels the distempers which
lurk within the system or burst out on any
part of it.
Wc know the public have been deceived by
many compounds of Sirsaparilt'a, that promised
much and did nothing; but they will neither he
deceived nor disappointed in this. Its virtues
have been proven by abundant trial, and there
remains no question of its surpassing excellence
for the cure of the afflicting diseases it is in
tended to reach. Although under the sione
name, it is a verv different medicine from nny
i.ther which has been before tiie people, and i
far more ttiectual than any other which has
ever been available to them.
CHERRY PECTORAL, !
Tho "World's Groat Remedy for .
Coushs, Colds, Incipient Con
sumptioa, and for tho relief
of Consumptive patients t
in advanced stages !
of the disease. :
This hns lieen so long used and so univer-
sallv known, that we need do no more tlian ;
assure the public that its quality is kept up to ,
the best it ever has been, and that it may be
relied on to do all it has ever done. i
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayeu & Co., j
Practical and Analjticid Chf mists,
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Sold hy all druggists everywhere.
Dr. R S. RUNN. Ebenshmg.
(',. T. FR VAAl, doimstow,
P. H. SHIELDS,
June 15, 18G4.
Lorrctto, aud dealer;
XLi In tfiG Borough f.f
Carroll town, a Note for ONE HUNDRED
aud TWENTY-FIVE DOLLARS, (.iP2o)
in favor of MARY E. HOPPLE. now MARY
E GUT WALT, against Iiemy Buck. The
finder will be suitably rewarded by return
iug the Note to the owner.
MARY E. GUT WALT.
May 25, 1861-St
Dissolution of Partnership.
heretofore existing in the Hack business,
between Ryan and Dnrbin, was dissolved on
the 15th inst., by mutual consent.
May 25, G 13t
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SypMUtic Infections, Mercurial Di..eare3, I-Jvacua..,is, L let-rated ..r
tr r i tit i i - j i .1 ii rc:rrhots state of the I tents. T..--uchorrt-0" i
Female Weaknesses, and. indeed, the whole ; ( r w steriht v, a,,- fr Vn ,,.mPl,h,;s
series of complaints that arise from lmpuritr ' 1 , . i " s -
COMPOUND FLUID KXTIiACT LCC'IIU,
a 1'ositive and Sjieeifie Ihn.e'iv for disease
-'I l!:e r.hi.hhr. Kiduevs, Gravel, and Drc
Ids MediL-,eo iuor
cs the ii-'.wcr ofl):-
aud excite the A b.soi lents into
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US deposit i. ins,
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Abuse, atUT..L-d wi'.h ti.e follovM. --vr-'.-t..n.s:
' '' '
..-."ition t-i Kx.
rlion. boss of Power.
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1 Loss of Memory,
j Weak Nerves,
I Horror of l)he:isr
! Dm mens of Vision.
I uii in thu l'.ack.
i I ni versa 1 Lassitude of the iiuecuhir Hvsteni'
' Hot lhiilds. Fh'shin;; of the K
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Thesf symptoms, if .-.'lowed to go on
v. hith this medicine i:: variably removes
J:ipotein';, Fatuity, Eynq tic Flit,
In cue of v.hich thu Ihitici t tnay txp.iie.
Who can say that thev -re .of frequeutlv
f,,il- V.-ed bv those "Direful Diseases."
"INSaSiITY AND CDN.SL:Mi"riQN'."
Many are aware of the cause of their :;ii!i"
ring. But L..ne will confers the records of tie
And Mdatu'hohj Ikathx ly Ctnn(Wf:ivn
bear ample witness to the Trutii cf the as
j The Constitution once rfJ'ec.Ud with Organic
I Weakness requires the aid of Medicine tj
i Strengthen and Invigorate the SvsU-iu.
; Which IIki .v.b.m.d'.s FXTIIAOT EL CHI
j inrari'ddy ?i A '1 rial will cuiviuce the
i most skeptical.
! FKMA LIIS- FK.M A Ll" FEMA I ES.
I Li many Ajt'eciious peculiar to Females the
; F.xtract Buchti i uticpialleil by any .'her
' remedy, as in Chloio.-is 01 iietention. lire
ciot i' n Habits of Dissipation, or in the
DECLINE Oii CilANiiE OF LIFE.
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March 9. l8C4.-Iv.
having been appointed Auditor by the Court
of Common Pleas of Cambria County, to re
peat distribution of the proceeds of the real
estate of R. B. Gageby, sold by the Sheriff
on sundry writs of rendiioni Rrjuaais, issiu d
to Dec. T. UUH, at the nuts of Henry
Brown for use of S. II. Smith, tf al.. hereby
! gives notice to .ill parties interested iu said
I fund that he will attend bthe duties of said
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I Ebensburg, on- Friday, the 24 th day of .Iu-i6
i nevt. at one o'clock. P. M-. when and whe t-
thty may attend if they think proper, or be
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