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fin and after Monday, Nov. 19, 1866,
lias on this road will run as follow :
' " . ... Tl liT
L 6.05 A. M.. connecting wun Lammore
Express West and Day Express East.
I 7.2 j P. M.. connecting with Phila. Ex.
Kist and Day Express West.
t S.30 A. M.. or on departure of Bait.
; 8.40 P. M.. or on departure of the Phila
delphia Express West.
Court Proceedings. The following
Jjjineis was transacted during the second
"jv-ek of court:
' .Simon I. Kline V3. Philip Ilartzog,
J-. Replevin. Jury find for plaintiff in
1 3 turn of $150.
I Elias Ilenby vs. Anthony Warner.
V- . T.. . ..!.,;rtifi' with
'eCluiCui. v ui j uuu v ......
i cents damages and six cents costs
Kev. James O'Conncr vs. Henry Nut-
and John Ames. Ejectment. Jury
J for plaintiff.
Evan E. Evans v. Jacob Campbell
ftint-nt. Defendant confesses juJg-
nt to plaintiff for land dcscriboi, &c.
Wni. II Hughes va. Tate W". Allison
i Joseph I). Suydcr. Summons in
Win. 11 Hughes vs. Tate W. Allison
mraons in trespass. Settled.
Henry Hughes ' vs. Pa. 11. R. Co.
:;eal. Defendant confesses jMrncrit
plaintiir for amount of judgment of
Juhn Porter nnd Jerry M'GcaigKi vs.
L K. R. Co. Summons in trespass.
fcmlant confesses judgment to plaintiff
.Le sum of 300 and costs.
FuHuwing are the sentences of tho per-
,;i not sentenced last week.
Patrick. Coles. " Larceny. Pay fine of
m costs, and go the Penitentiary
i.m:. Receiving stolen goods Pay
of I und costs, and go to Peniten
t fix month.
John Ci'jay. Forger'. Pay $1 and
ksandgo to Penitentiary fifteen months.
i'utrirk M'Gurk. Assault. Pay $5
corge Gates, Jr. Larceny. Pay
of 5 and costs, and go to county
uii three months.
Soi m DocriiisK. The following in-
I ;'.ing conversation passed between two
I'inen on day last week, and our
t w.n would do well to bear in mind
Lmutl's' version of the story :
ohn "How are you, Sam ?"
vam "I'm well, and in good humor."
f utin How bo, nam ? i ou always
1 a tj be in bad humor."
im-"Well, John, I'll tell you : You
I wanted a suit of clothe?, and I
J of E. J. Milla' Cheap Cash Store ;
tened there and examined his large
of ready made clothing, and at
- selected a suit. I asked him the
, and he really asked me 20 per cent.
mn I could buy the same roods for
store in town."
j.hn "Is that so?"
i.ni 'It is; and I would advise all
ru who want a good, cheap article
Le clothin" line to call and examine
stock of goods, corner of High &
ru Street. Ebensburg, Pa."
(,w. On Sunday last, snow fell to
itpih of ten inches, covering the hills
a a tnr.ntle of ghostly white, and the
vy Vr.M.- nf s!!tK-Iv11 p-rppt the ears
. c b- ,
1 wery direction, showing that j the
Status of yj mountain know how to
'tcuite it. On Monday, our tram
1 to make its usual morninr trip.
'S-to the drifts of snow upon the track,
I it waa with the greatest difficulty that
ijugino was forced through-
fo Paikb, Nf.xt Weuc In accor-l-e
with custom, there Will Ka n-k n'innv
from this office next week. - Prin-
I will have time fcr pleasure as well as
'Covering. Our voun? fric-od Joe
!crwn, who has been seriously ill for
' timo Pt, is recovering rapidly.
a good boy ar,d we, are dd to
Advance Payments. We notice sev
eral of our exchanges comes to us with
notices that hereafter their terms will be
advance payments for subscriptions and
cash for advertisements at the time of in
sertion. We do not wonder at this. It
has become a necessity. Every thing
used in the printing line is about as high
in price as at any previous time during
the war, and has to be paid in cash. Prin
ters must have an extraordinary good es
tablishment or a big purse to carry on
business any length of time, paying their
current expenses in cash and waiting for
their own pay one. two, three or mora
years. That kind of business don't pay
As a necessity, then, advance and cash
payments for subscription and advertising
will soon have to become general. Prin
ters are entitled to their day as well as
A Mistake Our friend Swank, of
the Johnstown Tribunr, gives a pleasant
and entertaining account of his visit to
Ebensburg. He is mistaken, however, in
pronouncing John Willia ms Esq., as tho
oldest native of Cambria county. Mi
chael M'Guire, of Allegheny township, is
entitled to that distinction ; and we believe
his cousin, Luke M'Guire, is also older
than Mr. Williams. When, however,
our friend speaks of the worth and high
moral character of Mr. "Williams, he cer
tainly makes no mistake.
Fire is Altoona. On Thursday
afternoon last, the rustic window-blind
manufactory owned by Mr. Adams, was
discovered to be on tire. Before anything
could be done to check the llames, they
burst out through the windows, and soon
the whole building was destroyed. It
belonged to the heirs of Abraoa Beale,
deceased, und was insured lor $000, which
ucc not cover the loss. The stock in the
manufactory was insured at 3,000,
which falls 2,000 short of covering tho
Fatal Accident. Monday evening,
about six o'clock, while a railroad em
ployee at Johnstown, named John Taylor,
was engaged iu shovelling snow from the
track in the vicinity of the Cambria Iron
Works, a locomotive passed over him,
cutting on botn ins legs, ana mangling
his body in a frightful manner, from the
effects of which he died in a few minutes.
lie was married, and leaves a wife and
"UrsTED." The Shirley sburg Herald
is no more. I uolication was suepenaeu a
short time since. TLe 'gift enterprise"
business must have disagreed with it.
It left the Kadical "policy" for that of
President Johnson, a short time ago. Wo
understand the materials of tho establish
ment have been purchased by a party in
Huntingdon, who intend starting a paper
at Mount Union.
JviiJ.ED. On Friday night, 7th inst.,
15. L. Huckley of Altoona, formerly of
Newton Hamilton, 'engaged as a brake
man on a freight train, fell from the train
in the vicinity of Mapleton Station and
was run over and instantly killed. He
was aged about 4.5 years, and left a
wife and three children.
Kesigxep. On Saturday last, Kev.
T. r. Wilson, pastor of tho Presbyterian
Church of this place, handed in his resig
nation, on account of his ill health, which
was accepted by the congregation. His
departure is to be sincerely regretted, and
his place as a minister and gentleman will
not easily be supplied.
New Paper. Last week we received
the lirst number of a new paper called The
leader, published at Hollidaysburg, Pa.,
by John H. Keatley, Esq. It is devoted
to the cause of Temperance, and will no
doubt do a deal of good in the cause to
which it is dedicated.
Enlauged. The Huntingdon Monitor
came to us enlarged and otherwise im
proved. It is now one of the largest and
best conducted newspapers in the district,
and will undoubtedly do good battle for
Democracy in Huntingdon county.
Pieu At his residence in Cambria
township, on Saturday, 15th insL, Mr.
John Pryce, aged about Co years.
ArroiXTEU. James C." Easly, Eoq.,
has been appointed County Auditor, vice
Emanuel Biallier, resigned. - .
Pork is selling in this place af ix and
Mven cents per poundjwkich Is a decrease of
.eight cent a from the price ona mo
. OUR ALTOONA LETTER.
ALTOONA CATHOLIC FAIB NATIOJT AX. MOK-
CMEST FAIR SITE FOE SOLDIERS MONU
MENT. Altoona, Dec 11, 18CC.
Dear Sentinel : According to promise, I
seat myself to transmit you a few fleeting
observations and impressions of your hum
ble servant, in this railroad city. In con
trast with your quiet, social village,
Altoona seems to be a perfect bee-hive.
Everybody seems to be in a hurry ; all
are so engrossed with business that they
, find no time to devote an hoip; to ihat
social intercourse which njjj"i'(Tour vil
lage so pleasing to visitors. kp & the com
ing month promises to be an?xception to
the general rule, as there is a f air in full
blast in the basement of the Catholic
church of this place j which I visited last
night. As it was the first night of the
Fair, of course it could not be expected to
be so well patronized as it will be herej
after. The ladies deserve much credit for
their taste, energy and patience. I un
derstand the proceeds of this enterprise
will be applied to educational require-:
ments ; as the Catholics, generally, do not
avail themselves cf the advantages of the
Common schools ; although they contri-.
bute their quota of taxes for their mainte
nance. 1 doubt it there is any other
denomination which would make the same
sacrifice to maintain their principles ; for,
in general, this denomination is composed
of the poor, hard-working portion of tho
community ; yet they not only build their
own school-houses and support their-own
schools, but in a great measure give to a
portion of their dissenting brethren, an
The Catholics are not so singular in
this course now, as formerly ; for I observe
the officers of the P. R 1. . Co., of this
place, have erected, at their own . private
expense, a beautiful Utile school-house,
and have employed competent teachers,
exclusively fur their own children.. The
Episcopalians and Presbyterians, I under
stand, have their own schools, also. I
judge from the muttering I heard, that
there will be a lively time of it here, as
there is another Fair to be held on the 8th
of January, 18C7, for the purpose,- is
said by the projectors, of erecting a "Na
tional Monument" to the memory of the
heroes wo fell in defense of the Union.
Of course, in every community you will
find some grumblers, who seldom do any
thing themselves and who are always ready
to find fault with what others are doin.
Of thi3 class, some assert that it would
evince much more patriotism and respect
for the fallen heroes, if the funds to be
used in errcting the monument were ap
plied to relieve the widows and orphans
of those heroes ; many of whom need it,
especially at this inclement season. : Others
eay it is a political clap-trap, by which
some of the parties wish to gain populari
ty and thereby succeed in serving the
"dear good people" in soino official but
paying capacity. Others say that they
3re williug to do all they can for the Fair,
providing the monument be erected in
some public place, in a more central part
of the town ; as all the heroes are not
buried in Fairview Cemetry ; and they
think the managers of this Cemetry wish
to beautify their grounds at the public ex
pense, and it will be an enticement for
many to buy lots therein the stock of the
Company will o up, and it will be a pay
ing piece of patriotism. I think that the
objections of the last mentioned class are
very well founded ; for this monument is
either a Congressional, county, or bprough
affair ; if Congressional, Hollidaysburg or
Huntingdon should be the site, if a county
matter, then Hollidaysburg, thes county
seat should decidedly be the place, as the
remains of the brave but much lamented
Col. Murray lie there. If it bo a borongh
matter, then I think the site should be in
some central part of the town, in a public
square ; or they should gather up tho re
mains of those lamented heroes, who are
buried in the other graveyards of the
place, and put them in one common grave
yard, Fairview Cemetry or any other.
But among them be it.
Adieu for the present,' Viator. .
The Ebensbcro Markets. Flour,
$13 to SlHper barrel; Corn, 1 per
bushel; Deans, $1.25 to $2; Butter, 30c
per pound ; Egg?, 20c per dozen ; Flax
seed, $2.50; Timothyseed, $3,50; Clo
ve rseed, $S ; Coffee, 30 and 33c oer I :
Molasses, 7oc per gallon; Syrup,
aud $1.10; Brown Su 'i ,W
Id and 15 ria
per pound, W- lQ
j perils ; Wool, 50 oerrlr par pound.T -
Consumption. Ccbable by Db. Shenck's
Medhnes. To cure consuraptior,the system
shouldbe prepared so that the lungs will heal.
To accomplish this, the liver and stomach
must first be cleansed and an appetite crea
ted for good wholesome food, which, by
these medicines will be digested properly,
and good healthy blood made ; thus buildin
up the; constitution. ; SCHENCK'S MAX
DRAKE PILLS cleanse the stomach of all
billious or mucous accumulations ; and, by
using the Sea Weed Tonic in connection,
the appetite is restored.'
SCIIENCK'S PULMONIC SYRUP is
nutricious as well as medicinal, and, by
using the three remedies, all impnrities are
expelled from the system, and good wnole
somo blood made, which will repel all dis- i
ense. If patients will take these medicines
according to directions, Consumption very
frequently in its last stae yields readily to
their action- .Take the pills frequently, to
cteanse tne nver ana stoiaacn. It does not
follow that because the bowels are Dot cos
tive they are not required, for sometimes in
diarrhea they are necessary. The stomach
must be kept heaithy, and an appetite cra
ted to allow the Pulmonic Syrup to act on
t,he respiratory organs properly and allay
any lrniauon. men an mat is required to
perform a permanent ' cure is, to prevent
taking cold. Exercise about the rooms a&
much ar possible, eat all the richest food
fat meat, game, and in fact anything the
appetite craves ; but' be particular and mas
ticate well, . - - .
Please observe, ' when purchasing, that
the two likenesses of the Doctor, one when
in the last stage of , Consumption', and the
other as lie now ism perfect health, are on
the Government stamp.
Sold by all Druggists and Dealers, price
t.6U per nottie.or J7.50 the half dozen:
All letters for advice should bo address! to
Dr.SchencVs Principal Office, No. 15 North
6th Street, Philadelphia, Pa.,
General Wholesale Agents : Deinas
Barnes Co. N. Y. ; S.S. Uar.ce, Baltimore,
Md.; John 1. Parke. Cincinnati, Ohio;
Walker fc Taylor, Chicago, 111.; Collins
Bros.. St. Louis, Mo.. X?-Jas. M. Thomp
son, Agent, Ebensburg, Pa.
ORPHANS' COURT SALE.,
By virtue of an alias order of the
Orphans' Court of Cambria county, to me
directed, I will expose to sale by public
vendue or outcry, at the Court Houhc, in the
borough of Ebensburg. on SATURDAY,
the 2Gth day of JANUARY, 1867, at 1
o'clock, p. m. of said lay, the following
real estate of which Daniel Dimotid, late of
Minister township died tiezed; viz: -
A certain piece or parcel of land, situate
partly in Munster and partly inSummeihili
townships, Cambria county, adjoining prem
ises No. one, decreed to John C. Diamond,
lajids of John T. Hughes, Owen Jones, and
Patrick Storm, containing 93 acres and 146
perches and allowance, about 20 acres being
cleared, and thereon erected a one-and-a-half
story plank house and a frame stable, being
purport oapremises Nor two, mentioned and
described in the inquisition on the real
estate cf the Raid Daniel Dimond.
Terms of Sale: One-third of the purchase
money to be paid on confirmation of sale,
and the residue in two equal, annual pay
ments thereafter, with interest, to be secured
by the judgment bonds and mortcaee of the
purchaser. - . WM. K1TTELL,
Dec. 20, 18GP. Trustee.
LECTION OF-E..4 C. R. R. DI11EC;
TORS. Notice is hereby given to the
stockholders of the Ebensburg & Cresson
Railroad Company, that the annual election
for a President and twelve Directors of said
company, will be held at the office of Hon
A. A. Barker, in the borough of Ebensburg,
the second Monday, I4th day, of January,
1867, beginning At the hour of one and clo
sing at four o'clock. D. J. JONES,
Dec. 13. 18C6-2t. Sec'y.
LECTION OF OFFICERS.
JLi Notice is hereby given to the members
of the Protection Mutual Firo Insurance
Company of Cambria County, that the annu
al election of a Board of Directors will be
held at the office of the Company in Ebens
burg, on Monday, 14th day of January,
186, between the hours of 10 o clock a.m
and 1 o'clock p.m. D. J. JONES,
Dec. 18, 1866-2t Sec'y.
POWERS' PERPETUAL BROOM.
Patenlal Jane 27, 18G5.
The undersigned having purchased the
right of Cambria county, is prepared to sell
Township and Borough rights. Agents
wanted in every Township and Borough in
the county. Larger profits secured to agents
than ii any other business. For further
particulars address, S. B. FISHER.
Pleasant Unity, Westui'J co., Pa.
December 13, 18G6-3m.
STRANGE, BUT TRUE.
Every young lady aud gentleman in the
United States can hear something very
much to their advantage by return mail (free
of charge,) by addressing the nndersigned.
Those having fears of being humbugged will
oblige by not noticing thitf card. All others
will please address their obedient servant,
THOS. F. CHAPMAN, .
831 Broadway, New York.
. Feb. 1 18eG. ly.
Came to the residence of the subscri
ber Summer hill tp., Cambria co., sometime
in last MAY, a red and white heifer, about
two years old. The owner is requested to
como forward, prove property, pay char
ges, and take her away, otherwise, she
will be disposed of according to law.
Summerhill tp., Nov. 22, 18C6.
OTICE " --Ll
I hereby give notice that I have this
day purchased the Drugs. Medicines, Books
and office fixtures of Dr. J. L. Brallier
Carrolltown, Cambria co., I a.
Dec. 13, 1866-3t. J. rise M jy
pURE .UI;TY WIHTS LEAD The
4 t hitest. th nn5t durable and most eco
".orcal' Try it! Manufactured only by
uoC'CT ziEGLEIt & SMITH.
Wholesale Drug, Paint and Glass Dealers,
No. 137 North TniRD Street.
, ; PHILADELPHIA,
' February 3; lS56-lv. -
FOURTH and ARCH Struts.
Have now completed their Improvement
and are now offering oa tht BEST of
TERMS . ' .
FULL STOCK OF
FALL DRY GOODS. .
Fine Stock of SHALLS, -Fine
Stock of SILKS. "
Fine Stock of DRESS GOODS.
Fine Stock of WOOLENS,
Fine Stock of STAPLE GOODS,
Fine Stock of FANCY GOODS, etc.,
fTT-Kewand desirable Goods daily re
ceived, an.i Sold at small advance Whole
sale, foept. Zt, lbbb. bl.
The advertiser, having been restored to
health in a few weeks by a very simple
remedy, after having .'suffered for several
years with a .severe lung affection, and that
dread disease, Consumption is anxious to
make known to his fellow-sufferers the
means of cure.
To all who desire it, he will send a copy
of the prescription used ("free of charge)
with the directions for preparing and using
the tame, which, they will find a sube CTRE
for CoNsCTii-Tios, Asthma, Bkoxchitis,
Coughs, Cqlis, and all Throat and Lung
Affections. The only object of the adverti
ser in sending the Prescription is to benefit
the afflicted, and spread information which
he conceives to le invaluable, aud he hopes
every sufferer will try his remedy, as it will
cost them nothing", and may prove a bless
ing. Parties wishing the prescription, febe,
oy return mail, will please address
Rev. EDWAlRD A. WILSON,
Williamsburg, lungs Co., New York
Feb. 1, 1866.1y.
Ladies Fancy Furs !
Old established Fnr
718 ARCH Street,
above 7th., PHIL
ADELPHIA. Have now in
Sstore of my own
Sfore of tho lariat
SSnS"" selections of -
. Fancy Furs ....
for Ladies' and Childrens' Wear in the City.
Also, a fine assortment of. Gent's Fur Gloves
I am enabled to dispose of my eoods at
very reasonable prices, and I would there
fore solicit a call from my friends of Cam
bria county and vicinity.
.Remember the Name. Number and
Street ! " "
' NO 718 ARCH St.. ab. 7th south Bid.
I have no Partner, kor connection
with akt other Store in Philadelphia
OUR STAECH GLOSS
Is the only Article used by
First Class Hotels. Laundries, and
Tl I . Of I '
It gives a beautiful polish, making the
iion pass smoothly over the cloth, saving
much timb and labor. Goods done up with
it keep clean much longer consequently will
not wear out so soon.
It makes Old Linen look like A'eir.
OLTR IMPERIAX. I1LI C
Is the Best in the World.
It is soluble In hard as well as soft water.
It is put up in the safest, neatest, and most
convenient form of any offered to the pub
lic. It is Warranted not tof Streak Vie Clothes.
Agents wanted everywhere, to whom we
offer extraordinary Inducements. Address,
NEW YORK STARCH GLOSS CO.,
No. 218 Fulton Street New York.
Sept. 20, 1866-6m.
AND SMALL PROFITS.
AND SMALL PROFITS,
GURLEY'S NEW CHEAP STORE,
GURLEY'S NEW CHEAP STORE,
GURLEY'S NEW CHEAP STORE,
The Largest Stock of Goods. ' The Best
Selected and" the Greatest Variety ever
brought to Townl
LARGEST, CHEAPEST AND BEST,
LARGEST, CHEAPEST AND BEST.
LARGEST, CHEAPEST AND BEST,
. . GO AND. SEE.
GO AND SEE
GO AND SEE.
J The subscriber calls the attention of the
public to the fact, that he has just received
and opened out in his New Store, a large
stock of goods', consisting of .
FLOUR, CORN MEAL, CHOP FEED.
Bran. Fish. Bacon and Cheese: Su"a- ftnf.
fee, Tea, Molasses. Spices, Tobacco, Cigars,
Candles, Soap, .Yiregar, &c M &c. .
ACTIONS, DRUGS, PERFUMERY,
Stoneware and E.v'Jncnware. ALSO, a fine
assortment of the best and latest style of
Hats. He always keeps constantly on
hand Pioiogn- Sausages, Sardines, Fresh and
Spiced Oysters in can, or half cans, end al
most everything in the eating or drinking
line. Allj of which will be sold at small
1 . GEO. GURLEY,
- -' Main Stbket, Ebensburg, Pa. ;
August 30, 186S-ly - - "
' a try mv
. A.-" V-Vi3- tv-"
UELMBOLD'S BUCIIU. .
THE ONLY KNOWN BEMEDY TOE
Irritation of the Neck of th Bladder; Ii--flamation
of the Kidneys, Catarrh of the
Bladder, Stranguary or Painful Urinating.
, For these diseases it is truly a scvereign
remedy, and too much canrot be Eaid in its
praise. A single dose has been known to
relieve the moat urgent symptoms.
Are you" troubled with that distressing
pain In the smali of the back azd through
the hips? A teaspoonful a day cf ;IIeln:
bold's Buchu will relieve you. . .
Physicians and Others,
PLEASE NOTICE. v' -
I Make no secret of ingredients. Helm-'
bcld's Extract Buchu is composed of Buchu.
Cubeps, and Juuiper Berries, selected with
great care, prepared vacuo and according to
PHARMACY AND CHEMISTRY.
These ingredients are known as the most-
valuable Diuretics afforded,
Ia that which acts upon tht kidneys.
HELMEOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU
ACTS GKNTLT, - ' ;
Is pleasant in taste and odor, free from all
injurious properties, and immediate in its -action.
FOR THE SATISFACTION OF ALL.'
See Medical Properties contained in Dispen
satory cf the U. S., of which the following is
a correct ccpy :
BfCHU. Its odor is strong, diffusive, and
somewhat aromatic, its taste bitterish, and
analogous to ibat of mint. It is gircz.
chieny in ecmplair.ta of the Urinary Organs,."
such as Gravel, Chronic Catarrh of the
Bladder, Morbid Irritation cf the Bladder '
and Urethra. Diseases of the Prostrate, and
Retention of the Incontinence of Urine, from
a loss cf toue in the parts concerned in iu
evacuation. It Las also been recommended
in Dyspepsia, Chronic Rhetnmism, Cutane
ous Affection?, and Dropsv."
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION.
See Professor Dewee's valuable works cn th J
Practice of Physic.
See Remarks made by the celebrated Dr.
Physic, of Philadelphia, .
Sc-a cuj and all Standard works on
Largest Manufacturing Chemist
IN THE WORLD.
I am acquainted with H. T. Uclmbold.
he occupied the drug stora opposite my
residence, aud was successful in conduction
the business where others had not been
equally so before Lim. I Lave been favora
bly impressed with his character and en-
tcrprise. WM. WEIGKTMAN,
(Firm of Powers Sr Weightman,) Manu
facturing Chemists, Ninth and Brown Sts,.
Froin the PhiVa. Ec. Bulletin. March 10.J!
We are gratified to hear of the continued
success, in New York, of our townsman,
Mr. H. T. Helmbold, Druggist, nis store,
next to the Metropolitan Hotel, is 28 feet
front, 230 feet deep, and five stories high. .
It is certainly a grand establishment, and
speaks favorably of the merit of his articles.
He retains his Office and Laboratory in thU'
city, which are also model establishments d
TLe proprietor has been induced to rnako
this statement from the fact that his reme
dies, although advertised, are
And, knowing that the intelligent refrain
from using anything pertaining to Quackery,
or the Patent Medicine order most of which
are prepared by self styled Doctors, who are
too ignoraiit to read a physician's simple '
prescription, much less competent to pre
pare pharmaceutical preparations.
THESE FARTIES RESORT
to various means of effecting sales, such an
copying parts of advertisements of popular
remedies, and finishing with certificates.
The Science of Medicine stands SIMPLE
PURE, aud MAJESTIC--having Fact for'
its Basis, Induction for it Pillar, Truth
alone for its Capital.
A WORD OF CAUTION.
Health is most impoitact : and the afflict
ed should not use an advertised medicine,
or any remedy, unless its contents or ingre
dients are known to others besides the
manufacturer, or until they are satisfied o
the qualification of the party bo cflcring.
FLUID EXTRACT BUOHb.
FLUID EXTRACT SARS.pARII.LA.
AND IMPROVED RO.E WASH.
Etlablishcd Ujmards of Sixteen Tears. '
IIELMBOLD'S DRUG AND CHEMI
CAL WAREHOUSE, 594, Broadica-j, X. 1
Xo. 104 South Tenth Sired, Ihiladelphia, Fa
MED J CAL DEPOT,
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS-
Kev. S, 1M5. I-7