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Klierae tire likely to be frustrated. In
rtcuJ of being provided with employment
which will keep them out of the way
which so often leads to prostitution, that
very provision is made the means of de
lating them to prostitutes. ,Vuu u.
tionaf legislators support that prostitution
out of the public treasury. Will not for
eign carpers point at it as another illustra
tion of "Yankee cuteness," that men,
who want to enjoy illicit amours, get
them so cheap? Instead of paying their
kept mistresses out of their own pockets,
they billet them on the public treasury.
Mr. Chase, if lie ha the sensibilities that
rfnuinc man. must feel his
U vviliu p
checks tingle, when he reflects upon what
a use has been made of his department.
It was stated that when Sir. Chase began
to employ women, the object was to pro
vide for the " widows and daughters of
our brave soldiers" How beautifully
this promise has been kept! St. Ixmis
T n e Latks t. Great excitement
amongst the Wall street gamblers ; gold
goes up, gold goes down ; great panic in
I he dry goods line ; great rush to the
heap store of K. J Mills &, Co., who
have just been down to the city, and re
turned with tho Iairest, best and cheapest
lot of clothing ever brought to town.
They have nil tho tales styles, that is the
reason every one buys front them, any
goods of all kinds at city prices. Call
and see them beforo purchasing elsewhere,
as you will save money by doing so.
They charge nothing for showing goods, so
call and see them whether you wish to
buy or not.
- i - r- m - i ,
Khom Coi.okaih. There is much ex
citement in Dmver City in const ipience
if the Indians murdering and scalping a
nan, woman and two children and burn
ing a taiuhe 20 miles east of this city.
The Jodics were exhibited in the streets
( this place to day. The militia arc organi
sing and drilling, and soldiers are in pursuit
i tne Indians. Much stock has been stolen
at different points lately.
Two men and a boy are going to
r.tii from New York this week for Kng
!.md, tin v. little I oat biig rigged, only tit
t -i 11 feet long and one and three-quarters
t- iis register. This is the smallest ve.-sel
ti.at ever essayed to cross the Atlantic,
;r.uJ it is expected the voyage will take six
C3T Why is a stove an agreeable aifiir
in summer as well as winter ? U -cause
it !- air. ays grate-full at either season
x lien coaled.
Cv A Dutchman's heart-rending so'.ilo-
j iv is described as follows: " .She loves
S,o:i Mickle so petter as I, because he
has got a co.iple tollaia more as I h is."
C-y Some people are never contented.
After having their limbs broken, their
liea !s smashed, and their brains knocked
"ii:, they will actually go to law, and get
Oiiliaii' Court Sole.
By virtue of
nn order of the Orphans' Court of "the Conn
tv ..f Land ria, directed to the undersigned
Ai'miniMrator of RcWra Crm, late of
Suinnei l.iil township. Cambria count', de
feased, there will be exposed to public sale
at the Hotel f James D. Il.imi't on, in the
l'" Tough ef Wihjiore, on Saturday the 28 rd
;ay of July next, at 2 o'clock P. M., of said
e . v. the f -Ilowing real estate of which the
m Rebecca Croin died seized, viz :
A certain piece or parcel of land situate
Simmerrill township. Cambria county.
I'ijoii.j.ig lands of Christian Smsy, Hei'is
1 t I'.vtrie Skeliy, deceased, Catharine Crom,
Abraham CYoiu, and Joseph Wright, con
: m.u forty-seven acres, or thereabouts.
'1EHMS One-half of the purchase money
he paid on ctitifirmation of the sale, and
the residue in one year thereafter, with in
t'Tost. to he secured by the Judgment Bond
aud Mortgage of tlie purchaser.
June 22, 101 3t Administrator.
-- AH persons inJcbted to me for
subscription, advertising or job work, are
requested to settle their accounts immedi-ute,y-
J AS. S. TODD.
April 13, 1804.
yilun' Court Sale.
Bv virtue of an
1 kr issuing out of the Orphaus' Court of
Cambria county, and to me directed, there
will be exposed to sate, at public vendue or
outcry, at the Hotel of George W. Mullin,
at Crtsson, on Saturday the 25th day of
lune, 1804, at one o'clock, P. M., the fol
lowing real estate of Thomas H. Porter, a
tumor child of William Porter, deceased, to
i'he undivided one-half of thirty-three
acres unimproved land, situate ir. Washing
ton township, Cambria county, adjoining
lands of F. M. Georgo, David Fox and
The undivided one half of twcntydour
acres of land situated in Washington town
ship, Cambria county, adjoining lands of
Philip Pritsch, John Porter, Mrs. Donaldson
A piece or parcel of land situated in
Washington township, Cambria county, ad
joining lands of F. M. George, David Fox
and the Porter estate, containing five acres
TERMS OF SALE.
Onehalf on confirmation of sale, the other
half in one year thereafter, to be secured
hy bond and mortgage of purchaser. .
Guardian of Thos. H. Forter.
'nii lf. 1864-td
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, LZjJbght DR. CULVERWELL'SCEL
i xsii Eli RAT ED ESSAY on the radi
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or seminal weakness, Involuntary
Seminal Losses, Impotevcy, Mental and
Physical Incapacity, Impediments in Mir
riage. etc.; also, Coxsrsipnov. Epilkpsy,
and Fi rs, induced by self-indulgence or sex
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The celebrated author in this admirable
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years successful practice, that the alarming
consequences of self-abuse may be radically
cured without the dangerous use of internal
medicine or the application of the knife
pointing oct a mode ol cure, at once simple,
certain and elh ctua by means of which
every sufferer, no matter what his condition
may be, may cure himself cheaply, private
ly, and rwlii-ally.
03 Ibis Lecture should be 111 the hands
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EBENSP.URC, & CRESSON RAILROAD.
On and after Monday, May , 10, 1 80 j.
trains on this road will run as follows :
At 7,00 A. M., connecting with the IJalt
more Express West and Through Accom
At 6 40 P. M., connecting with the Mail
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East and Mail West.
. ENOCH LEWIS, Gen. Supt.
POUT Reviseil weekly by
Flour per bbl Extra Family,
Wheat, per bushel,
Rye. " "
Apples, " " dried,
Teaches, " " "
Clover seed, "
FOB r tv
SCEOFULA AND SCEOFDLOUS DISEASES.
cmvry .aes, a writ-Known merchant
I have sold large fjiiaetities of vour Sarsapau
ILZ.A, but never yet one bottie wliicli fuilvri ot tlie
desired effect and lull s-sitbtiiction to those w ho took
it. As fatt as our people irv it, thev ojrn-e there 1.t
been 110 medicine. Jike it be'toie in our commuuity ."
Eruptions, limplca, Blotclioa, Pustulea,
Dicers, Sores, and all Diaeusos of the Skin.
from J!rr. f!ul,t. Strattuii. lirislo'., tSnylamt.
" 1 ouly do my duty to you aud the public, when
I add my testimony to that you public of the me
dicinal virtues of your SjAKSapaiuli.a. Mv daugh
ter, aged ten, had au ufthctiog tumor in Ler ears
eye9, and Jinir lor years, which we weie io,nl le to
cure until we tried jour .Sap.saParii.la. Le hss
been v.eil lui' boiue mouths.''
From Mrs. June F. I2ice. a veil Inricn tni! mvrli
titermed latly of Demiiscille, t ope Miy Co., X. J.
" My daughter lias ttiiVeied for a ye:.r j.a.-t with a
scrofulous eruption, which was very troulOeMime.
AottiiiiirutToicieu any reuef uutil wel:ied vour ai:
SAPAKii.LA, wliich soon completely cured" her."
From Charles P. Cage, Esq., of the tciihhi-kuoirn firm
(f Gage, Murray If o, niunnltctur'cr fj ticBi
elled p'tjicrs in Sailiita. .V. 11.
" 1 had for several years a very troublesome hu
mor hi my lace, which giew constantly woiie in. til
it diflipured my lentures nnd became tin iniolcinble
afUictiou. 1 tried unuost evcrv thing a man cuuld of
botli advice : i medicine, but viihout anv relief
whatever, until I took our SARAAFAniu.A. It
immediately made my lace worse, an vou told me it
lui-lit lor a time; but in few weeks' the new fUn
bejran to form under tlie blotchis, iii.d coi:;h.ued
until my luce is i.B nuooth u uuvbodv's. &nd I am
without any symptoms of the disease that 1 know
oi. 1 enjoy perfect health, and without a doubt owe
it to your Sausapaku.la."
Erysipelas General Debility Purify the
Jrfm Dr. Holt. Sau-in, Houston St., X. Y.
Dr. Aykr: I seldom fail to remove Eruption and
Scrofulous Sorts by tlie persevering Ui-e of jour
tjAHSAPARiLLA, and 1 huve just now cured au at
tack of MaJiy.iaut Erysipelas wilh it. 'o altera
tive we poess equals the .Sausapa kill a jou have
supplied to the proiestion as weil ug to the people.'1
From J. E. Johnston, E.n , If'iUerian. Ohio.
44 t or twelve years 1 had the yellow Er sipelns oo
my right so in, during which time I tried "all the cel
ebrated phsiciauF I could reucli,aud took I. unci reus
of dollais' worth of medicines 'i'he u'eers wot so
bed that tlie cords became visible, unci the doctors
decided that my arm niiict Le aiupututed. I beau
taking your S a rsa pa kill a Took two bottle? nl
Borneo1 your I'ills Together they huve cuieil me.
1 am now as well and found as anyboi'.y I'cirf.' in a
public place, my cuse is known to' ever body in this
community, and excites the wonder of ail."
From Hon. Henry Monro, M. P. P., of Xncca. tie. C.
If'., n lending member qf the Canruhan Farliamrnt.
"I have used vour Sarsapauilla in mv family,
for general debility, and for pwij'ijhig tlie hood,
v.ith verv beneficial results, and leel coulideu.ee iu
commending it to the atllicted."
St. Anthony's Fire, Rose, Salt Kheum,
Scald Ilend, Sore Eyes.
From Harre't Sirfrlvr, Esq., the a' le editnr cf the
Tunckhnnnock hcviiicrat, J'tnnsiilrttnia.
Our ouly child, about three years ot'ne, was at
tacked by pimples ou his forehead. They rapidly
iipread uiitil they formed a loathsome and virulent
sore, which covered his face, p.nd actually Llii 'lid
bis eyes for some days. A skilful physician api lii d
citrate of silver and "other remedies, w ithout any ap
parent effect. For fifteen days w e guarded 5iis hand-1
les with them he should tear open the jestenng ftd
corrii t wound w hich covered hie whole face, llav-
inir tried everv tliini; elso we bud any be e from, we
berau piving your sa (ISA pa rilla, and applying
the iodide of potash lotion, 63 jou direct, 'i he tore
beun to lieal when we had fivcn the tlrt bottie,
and wad well w hen w e had rini.-hed the second. 'I l.e
child's eyelashes, which had ceme out. grew eiuii,
and he is now s healthy and fair us nnv other, i he
whole neighborhood predicted that ti.e child mu?t
Syphilis and Mercurial Disease.
From Dr. Hiram Sloat. of at. Louis. Missouri.
"1 fiud your Sausaparilla a moie efiV-ctual
remedy for the secondary symptom of Sujhilis,
and for syphilitic disease tliau any other we possess.
The profession are indebted to you for tome of the
best medicines we have."
From A. J. French, M. )., an eminent physician of
Lawrence. Mass.. who is a prominent member f
the Legislature of Massachusetts.
Kit. A V K it M v dear ir: I have fourd your
both of the primary and secondary type, and effect
ual iu some cases that were too obstinate to yield to
oil.er remedies. 1 do not know what we can era
ploy wi; h more certainty of success, w here a pou er
lul alterative is required."
Mr. (has. S. Van Lieir. of Sew Erunstcel; .V. J.,
''"tl dreadful ulcers on bis leps, called by the Lbuse
Ol mercury, or mercurvi' oieuzr, nn.n ""
end more excavated for yenrs, in spite of every
remedy or treatment that could beupp.ied, untii the
persev'erins use of Ay Eli's Sarbapauilla relieved
liiin l ew cases can be found moie imeterate and
distresfiu than this, and it took several dozen bot
tles to cuie him.
Leacorrhoea, Whites, Female Weakness,
are generally produced by "eternal ,S.-r';'';i '..i:i t Iter
ation, and are very oi:e:i cured by tiie alteraiivo
elfect of this SiltSAPAKIi-LA. Sunn; cases reouire,
however, iu nid of the Paksapahilla, the skilful
appiicatiou of local remedies.
From the trell-tnovn and wih:'i-cte'ratel Ir.
Jacob Morrill, of 1'inciunatt.
"I have found vour Sahsai-aiom a an excel.eist
alteiatoe iu disea.-es of femc't-H Many cs s ol ir
rcularitv, Iucorrlnea, Internal L Icerutmii, ana
local deb'ilitv, arisiu;r from the scrolulous diathesis,
have yielded to it, and theie are tew Unit no not,
when its effect is properly aided by local treatment. '
A lady, vuicUUng to allow the publi&Uinn if her
" Mv daughter and myself have been cured of a
verv debilitating Leucorrlnea of Jong standing, by
tw o bottles of j our Sai;8aiai:illa."
Rheumatism. Gout Liver Complaint. Dys-
pepaia Heart Disease, Ieura.gia,
win n caused bv Scroful i in the f stem, aie rapidly
cared by tide llxT. bAit8Al'AulLl.A.
AY E R S
nosscss so manv advantages over the other ptir-
I'mives in the niatket, ami their superior virtues
, . . . ; ,1.-,
:ire, so universalis Known, rnui we uvea ,it .i
more than to assure the pu'.li.t their quality u
maintained equal to the best it ever has Wen,
and that they may he depended on to do eii
that they have ever done.
Prepared by J. C. AVI.R, M. 1)., & Co.,
Lowell, Mass.", and sohl by
Dr. R S. BUNN, Ebensburg,
C. T. FRAZER, Johnstown.
P. II. SHIELDS, Lorretto, and tie ilcrs
June 15, 1804.
Pyrrol! f nveri
Tn the Borough of
and TWENTY FIVE DOI..AU. J")
in favor of MARY E. HOPPLE, now MALA
E GUT WALT, against lleniy Buck. The
tinder will be suitably rewarded by return
it the Note to the owner.
MARY E. GUT WALT.
My 25. lS64-3t
Dissolution of Partnership.
heretofore oxistiug in the Hack business,
between Ryan and Durbin, was dissolved on
the 15th inst.,ly mutual consent.
May o, U43t-
The life and
for sale by
services of General Butler,
The Life and Campaigns of General Mc
Clellan, for sale by
The Life and services of General Grant,
for sale by
COMPOUND FLUID EXTKACT BUCHU.
a Positive and Specific Ketnedy for diseases
of the UUiKler, Kidneys, Gravel, and Drop
'ibis Medicine increases tlie power of Di
gestion, and excite the Absorbents into
liea.tliy action, by wl.'n-h the Watery of
Calcareous depositions, and all Unnatural
LrdarseRKiits are reduced, as well as Pain
and 1 1. 'lamination.
IIELMBOLD'S EXTRACT IiUCllU.
"For Weaknesses aris'n?; from Excesses.
Habits of Dissipation, Early Indiscietion of
Abuse, attended with the following symp
toms: Indisposition to Exertion, Iaisf of Power,
Loss of Memory, Difficulty of Kreathin,
Weak Nerves." Trembling',
Horror of Disease. "Wakefulness,
Dimness of Vision. Pain in the Backj
Universal Lassitude of the Muscular System.
Hot Hands. Flushing of the Body,
Dry Less of the Skin. Eruptions on tlie Face.
These symptoms, if allowed to go on,
which this medicine ir variably removes,
Imjjotcimj , Fatuity, Epileptic Fits,
In one of which the Patient may expire.
Who can say that they are not frequently
followed 13' those "Direful Diseases'
-INSANITY AND CONSUMPTION."
Many are aware of the cause of their suff
ering, But none will confess the records of the
And Melancholy Deaths by Consumption.
bear ample witness to the Truth of the as
sertion. The Constitution once effected with Organic
Weakness requires the aid of Medicine to
Strengthen and Invigorate the System.
Which Heimbold's EXTRACT BUCHU
invariably does. A Trial will convince the
FEMALES FEM ALES FEMA L ES.
In many Affections peculiar to Females the
Extract Bucbu is tint quailed by any other
remedy, as in ChloroHs or Retention, Irre
gularity, Painfulness. or Suppression of
Customary Evacuations, Ulcerated or
Sciuhous state of the Uterus, Ixmchorrl.cea
or Whites, Sterility, and for all complaints
incident to the sex, whether arising from
indiscretion Habits of Dissipation, or in the
DECLINE OR CHANGE OF LIFE.
Talce no more IJalsam. Mercury, or tin
, j,lensant Medicines for unpleasant and dans
HELMDOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU AND
IMPROVED ROSE WASH CUKES
In all their Stages, At little Expense.
Little or no change in Diet. No inconve
nience. And no Exposure.
It causes a frequent desire anel gives
strength to Urinate, thereby Removing Ob
structions, Preventing and Curing Strict
ures of the Urethra, allaying Paiu and In
flammation, so frequent in the class of dis
eases, aud expelling all Poisonous, Diseased
and icomout Matter.
Thousands upon Thousands who have
been the Victims of Quacks, and who have
paid hcaryfees to be cured in a short time,
have found thev were deceived, and that
the "POISON" has, by tlie use of "Power
ful Astringents," been dried up in the sys
tem, to break out in an aggravated form,
and perhaps after Marriage.
U.-e Ik-lmbold's Extract 'Euchu for all
afl'-ctions and diseases of the URINARY
ORGANS, whether existing in MALE or
FEMALE, from whatever cause originating
and nom itterof HOW LONG STANDING.
Diseases of those Organs requires the aid
of a DIURETIC. IIELMBOLD'S EX
TRACT BL'CllU IS TIIE GREAT DIUK
ETIC. and is certain to have the desired
t -fleet in all Diseases for which it is llecoin
mended. Evidence of the most reliable and respon
sible character will accompany the medicine.
Price $1,00 per bottle, or six for 5.00.
Delivered to any Addiess, securely packed
Describe Symtoms in all Communications
Cures Guaranteed! Advice Gratis!"
Address letters for information to
II. B. HELMBOLD, Chemist.
104 South Tenth st., bel. Chesnut, Thila
HELMBOLD'S Medical Depot,
HKLMBOLD'S Drug and Chemical Ware
house, 694 Broadway, New York.
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS AND
j PRINCIPLED DEALERS who endea
vor to dispose "of their otrn" and "oir"
articles on the reputation attained by
Heimbold's Genuine Preparations.
" Extract Bucbu.
Improved Rose Wash.
ALL DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE.
ASK FOR HELMBOLD'S. TAKE NO
Cut out the Advertisement and send fer it
AND AVOID IMPOSITION AND EX
POSURE. March 9, 18C4.-ly.
r I Tlie Confctaloni and Experience of
L AN INVALID.
Published for the lcrtfit, and as a CAU
TION TO YOUNG MEN and others, who
suffer from Nervous Debility, Premature
Decay of Mauhood, &c, supplying at tho
same time The Means of Self-Cuke. By
one who has'cured 1 imself after undergoing
considerable quackery. By enclosing a
postpaid addressed envelope single copies
mav be had of the author.
NATHANIEL MAYFAIR. Esq.,
Brooklyn, Kings Co., N. Y.
June 15; 1864-ly.
The following petitions will be presented
for action of tho Court, at next Argument
Court, to be held for Cambria county.
Adam Kurtz. Cambria Borough.
M. Eichensehr.Gmeruaugh Bor. 2nd vV;ird.
F. A. Gibbon, Allegheny township.