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Cherry Trees. The finer kinds of cherries are difficult j to produce regulally in anythinsr like a ; hear Constant complaints of failure, l.ast year very few eatne lo perfection in this ! region. We have ourselves succeeded I heller than most persons, whether or not \ in consequence of our trees being in a moist j situation , we cannot say, though we be- 1 lieve such situations are not chosen as a rule, by cherry cultivators. This year i v.-e, have also a good crop ; even the Gov. i Wood ripening well. We regard the cherry trees ns the most ; tender of all fruit trees, especially after they , have begun to hear. They are extreme-I Iv susceptible of injuries, even apparently the very slightest. Barking them is next to incurable. Bruising the limbs with the ladder, leaves an inetlitcrable mark. The j effects of the sun upon the unprotected j trunk sometimes proves fatal. Some j years ago, in attempting to jar off a tree a few line, specimens of fruit, t he heel of the | hoot bruised the bark, and the result was j that a sort of gangrene set in, and it is certain that it will not eventually cause the loss of the tree. Sometimes a young tree, when it is not supported by a firm slake for two or three years after selling out, gets “ring-bound” at the surface of the ground, by the action of the wind, and unless looked too in lime will destroy it. We have seen a great, deal of discussion about the quality of different varieties of cherry, in which the new kinds have gen erally been set up before the rest, in some instances evidently without justice.— Now, we have upon our premises the iMayduke, Kentish, Maily Richmond, Gov. Wood, 0.-ceola, Brandywine, Florence, .Morelia. Downturn Downer’s Late, Karly Purple Gnigne, Griothe du Nord. Elton, Black Eagle and Black Tariatian; also have had tlie Carnation, Late Duk", Belle tie Choissy and Heine Monetise—and wo are. compelled to admit that the Tar tarian is in our jwlgmenl the best cherry, — 'l'he Black Eagle comes next. Gov. Wootl third, and Elton fourth.— Genua nlutcn Telegraph., Peas and Potatoes—Strange Results. A French agriculturist made last year a singular experiment, the success of which has surpassed all expectation, lie planted four potatoes, two of which received each a heal), and tile oilier two each a pea. In very short time the peas and beans brought forth very vigorous shoots, which furnished to their pioprietor lour copious j dishes. Bui the most remarkable thing was that the potatoes sprouted wonderful ly, find were not touched by disease.— Mill more, the tubercles multiplied them-I selves extraordinarily ; the fit si top yield ed thirty-eight fibres ; second thirty; the third twenty-eight—all very healthy. Wo have planted sixteen potatoes, all of which have received a pea and a bean. — i Never have we noticed a more vigorous j vegetation. The shoots of the potatoes, i us well as those of the peas, have univer sally averaged a height of from five to six feet. The tubercles, which were numer ous, measured, lor the most part, from six teen to eighteen inches in circumference. The whole production is four tninots aud a quarter. As to the peas, the husks weie also very numerous, hut most of them could not ripen, because they found them selves enveloped in a mass of shoots and leaves. The tubercles had been planted too near each other. This cxpeiimem lias been made by an agriculturist of Isle d'Orleans. Me has planted three potatoes, all of which had received a pea. 'These three potatoes yielded foiiy-seven tubercles, quite re markable lor size. This agriculturist is so well satisfied with the result of his ex periment, linn he has decided to follow the same method for all his potato plant ing the next year.— Exchange. Chkap Cakc.. —•‘Peggy” sends to the American Agriculturist, the following re cipe, which she considers a desirable ac quisition at present, as butter and eggs ai e so costly : “Take 12 oz of sweet, fat. salt pork, cut it very line, and chop until it has the appearance of lard (it cannot be chopped 100 much ;)pnt it into a pint cup and pour on boiling water until the cup is lull. When cool enough to mix with tnc hand, add 2 cups sugar, 1 of molasses, 1 lahlespoonliil of saleratua or soda dis solved in a little water, spice (I prefer cin namon and nutmeg,.) J pound raisins, same of currants, ( very good without fruit,) and Hour sufficient to make it of the consistence of ordinary stirred cake. By adding a little wine il will keep good three months.” Heubs.—Every housekeeper who pos sesses a patch of ground, though ever so small, should have, a few of the herbs which are in constant request for cookery <>r garnish ; and this may he done mixed with flowers in borders, without in the least detracting from the beauty of a par terre. By this means the herbs will al wnvs be at least fresh, and in flie greatest perfection, and the expense is so small (af ter the first purchase of the seed or roots) us to be scarcely calculable. Let the housekeeper look over her greengrocer’s hills, and she will be surprised at the ag gregate charge lor herbs and such small gear as horse-radish, fennel, &.C., in a month or a vear. Che ai- Beer.—Fill a boiler with the green shells of peas, pour on water till ii rises half an inch above the shells, and simmer for three hours. Strain off the li quor, add a strong decoction of hops, so as lo render it pleasantly hitler. By boil ing a fresh q,.amity -('shells in the decoc tion before it becomes cold, it may be so thoroughly impregnated with saccharine matter as to alien 1 , a liquor, when fermen ted, as strong as ale. Jt is so much like ale that some brewers cannot detect the difference. —H. H. i Wrinkled Silk. — To make silk, which has been wrinkled and “tumbled,’’ appear j like new, sponge it on the surface with a Weak solution <>(' gum arabic or while! glue, and iron u on the wrong side. : t'nr Huln, Slice, Honchos. Anla, UoI ISngs, IHollim ill Flint, Woolen*. Ac,, Inset'll, on IMuulk, fowls, .Animals. j Ace. Put up in 25c. 50c. and 81.00 Bottles. Boxes and flasks. $3 and 85 sizes for j Hotels, Public Institutions, &.c. “Only infallible remedies known.” j “Free from Poisons." “Not dangerous to the Human Family.” j ‘T-ats conic out of their boles to die.” £s* Sold Wholesale in all laige cities, i <a“ Sold by all Druggists and Retailers \ everywhere. §5“ !!! Beware !!! of all worthless I imitations. 55“ See that “Costar’s” name is on ( every Box, Bottle and Flask, before you , buv. I HENRY R.COSTAR. 55* Principal Depot, 482 Biioadwav, New York. (PbSmcl by all Wholesale and Rstail Druggists in this county. mb 18 To the Farmers of Harford! G\ RATITUDE for the liberal patronage I of his friends and the public, with a desire for its continuance, prompts the | subscriber to notice, through the press, that the stock of Iron, Steel, Nails HARDWARE On hand has been LARGELY INCREAS ED, which with Agricultural Implements, GUANOS, msA ia ma And a superior article of ; ZBOHSTE IDTJST, <ScCL, Is being sold at his phi stand, AS LOW AS ELSEWHERE in the Slate, the latter articles deliverable principally at SHU RE’S LANDING, and at his New Warehouse, near STAFFORD, on the Tide Water (Canal, at which points GRAIN will be 1 received at current market rales, j Having also the agenev for the county | of Harford of the PRATT &. SMEDLEY i HORSE RAKE, with a few on hand, shall I be pleased to supply that most invaluable 1 Harvester. COARSE BONETcr sale. Also, GOVERNMENT 620 LOAN, for par funds. K. I. JACKSON, iny29-ly Near Darlington, Md. AUCTIONEERING! r PIIE undersigned, thankful for past fa -1- vors, informs his friends and the pub lic that he has renewed his Auctioneer’s License for the 2d Congressional District, comprising the sth, 6th, 7th, 9th, 10th, 11th and 12th Election Districts of Bal timore county and the whole of Harford county. He has also taken out License for the 15th Congressional District of Penn ■ sylvania, comprising Y ork and other coun ties, and will attend promptly to the Auc tioneering of REAL AND PERSONAL PROPERTY! Charges moderate, and the best of refer ences given, if required. All communications addressed to WIL LIAM B. JARRETT, Jarrettsville, JOHN S. D ALLAM. Bel Air, or to the subscriber, will receive prompt attention. Persons desiring bis services will please give time y notice,so that proper arrange ments may be made. AddreA, S. R. GILBERT, Black Horse P. 0., Harford Co., Md. fe4 Herbert’s Horse Powders! r PHESE Powders are a sure cure for •*- Lung Fever, Worms, Distemper, Hide Bound, Yellow Water, Farcy, Gravel, Mange, Surfeit, Foundei, Heaves, Slaver ing. Coughs and Fever, Loss of Appetite and Vittel Energy ; they cleanse the sys tem. give a good appetite, purify the blood, and produce a glossy skin. Price 25 cents per paper, or five papers for 81. Directions. —Give a teaspoonful twice a day, over mixed feed. Prepared by A. C. HERBERT, Perrymansville, Harford Co. Md, apl CHURCHVILLE HOTEL rrHE SUBSCRIBER, having taken this well 1 known establishment, long known as “Han na’s Hotki.,” is prepared lo accommodate his friends aud the public. THE ACCOMMODATION STAGE Running between Churchville aud Aberdeen leaves the Hotel daily (except Sundays) at 15 minutes before 10 o’clock, A. 11., returning, leaves Aberdeen immediately on the arrival ol the train. the last Saturday of each month, at 2 o clock P. M., a PUBLIC SALK will come off, at which all kinds of Stock, Carriages, Wagons Farming Implements, kc„ Ac., will he offered, tel2-y PHILIP BeSWAN, Proprietor. SURVEYING, Civil Engineering and Dranghling, PERFORMED with accuracy and neat ness by the undersigned, who has had many years of practical experience in the U. S. or Public work, and also pri vate work in the above breaches of busi ness, in the Suites of Louisiana and Cali fornia. E. D. RICHARDSON, Mill Green P, 0., Harford Co.. Md. ooAtr Baltimore company coal on hand and lor sale at Lapidcm, Md., tTy ANDREW ABELS, 1 ***3o * Agent (hr Davis &. Pugh. a! rag* I PILLS. Arc you ricL, ierbl**, and cdlnplaiiiing? Are you out of order, willi your ayatem deranged, and vourfe-elinga niicomfoitab!e?Thej-*s> inp lonit* ure olteti the urchin* to m rions illnen*. Some lit of fickiuw is creeping upon \ on, mid should be averted by a tiruelv use ol the right i emedv. Take Aver’* I'ißa, and cleanse out the disor dered humors —purify the Mood, and let the 'fluids move on unobstructed in heuith again. They etiinu liite -the functions' of the body into vigorous activity. Surify the system from the obstructions which make i*ea*e. A cold settles somewhere in the body, and obstruct* it* natural functions. These.it not re lieved, react upon themselves and the surrounding organs, producing general aggravation, Mifferlnp, and disease. While in this condition, oppressed by the derangements, take Avers Tills, ana Pee how directly they lestnre the natural action of the sys tem, and wfth if the buoyant feeling of health again. What is true and so apparent in this trivial amt com mon complaint, is also true in manv of the dwp* i sealed ond dangerous distemper*. Tlie same purga tive effect expels them. Caused by similar obstruc tions and d raiigements of the natural functions ot i the body, they arc rapidly, and many ot them surely. cured by the same means. None who know the i virtues of these Tills, will neglect to employ them, when mnfbriug from the disorders they cure. Statements from leading physicians''in some of the principal cities, and from other well-known public persons: From a Fortcardina Merchant of St. Louis, Feb. 4. IWtf. Du Avru- Your Pills are the paragon of all that 1 is great in medicine. They have cured my little daughter of tdceious sores upon her hands oiid feet that had ptoved incurable for year*. Her mother Inis been long grievously afflicted with blotches and pimples on tier skin and in her hair. Alter our chila was ctned, ehu aieo tried your Tills, and they , have cured her. AS A MOiiGICIDGE. Am a Family Phytic. From J)r. E JV. Cartwright, New Orleans. • Your J’ills are the prince of purges. Their ex cellent qualities surpass any cathartic we possess. They arc miid, but very certain and effectual iu their notion on the bowelc, which makes Ham invaluable to us in the daily treatment of disease. nendacbo,Mick llrailm hc, Foul Hloanach. I From Dr Edward Boyd, Baltimore. Dear Pro. Ay tit: 1 cannot answer \ou ichat ' com plaints I have cured with your Tills bettor Hum to say nil that tre ctvr treat with a purgative medi cine. 1 place great dependence on that effectual cathartic in my daily contest with disease, and be- j Moving, as I do. that your Tills afford us the best we have, 1 m course value them highly. Titthuurg, Ta.. May 1, Du. J. C. Ayer. .Sir 1 have been repeatedly , curea of the worst headache any body cun have by n dose or two of y our Tills. It seems to arise from a foul stomach, which they cleanse at once. Yours with great respect, ED. W ITiKBLE. . Clerk of Steamer Clarion, j , Hilionn Disonim- Live# f omplnintji. ' From Dr. Theodore Bell, of New York City. \ Not only are your I’illoadmii ably adapted to their 1 purpose as sn aperient, but 1 lind their bencifeiin ■ effects upon the Liver very marked indeed. They have iu my practice proved more effectual for the cure of bilious than any one remedy I can mention i sincerely rejoice that we have'at length a purgative which I? worthy the confidence ot the profession and the people > Department of the Interior, i Washington, D. (', 7th J-eb.. 1866. ) • SIR: 1 have used your Tills in my general and - hospital practice ever since you made them, and cannot hesitate to say they are the best cathartic 1 i we employ. Their regulating action on the liver is quick and decided, cotlTequently they ore an ad- | miiabie remedy fen* deinngemehts of that organ. - Indeed,] have seldom tour.d a case of bilious dis ease bo obstinate that it did not readily vield to them. Fraternally yours. ALONZO BALL, M !>.. | Physician of the Marine. Hospital. Byaciifrry, Diarrinru, flSelnx, Worms. From Dr. ./. (i, Green, oj Chicago. Your Tills liuvc had n long trial in tin practice, and I hoid them in esteem ns one ot the best aperi ents I have ever touiid. Their alterative effect upon ! the liver makes them an excellent remedy, when , given in small doses lor bilious dysentery and diar- ; r/ara. Their sugar-coating makes them very uc- ; centnble ond convenient lor the ue of women and children. j Djqirpsin, Empiir ity of ihe Rlood. From Itev J. I’. Himes , Pastor of Advent Church , j Boston. Dr. Aykr: 1 have used your Tills with extra- I ordinary success in my family and among those lain called to visit in distress. To regulate the organs of i digestion and purify the blood, they are Hie very best remedy I have' ever known, and 1 can conn- j dcntly recommend them to mv friends, l Yours. J. V. HIMES. , Warsaw, Wyoming Co., N. Y.. Oct. 24. 1860. Dear Sir: lam using > our Cathartic Tills in my 1 , practice, and find them an excellent purgative *0 cleanse the system and purify the fountains of the 1 ■ blood. JOHN O 31KACT!AM, M. D. I C/onNiipntion, (loiiiveiiPNs, SnppiitsMion, Btlieiimaii*m, 4out, iVeuraigiu, iOroimy, Puialynis, Fit*, a 4c. Dr. d. P. I'anghn , Montreal , Canada. Too much cannot be said of your Tills lor the | cure of costircuess. It others of our fraternity hove I found them as efficacious as 1 have, they should join mo in proclaiming it. lor l lie benefit of the multit ndes i who suffer from that complaint, which, although I i bad enough in itself, is the progenitor 01 others that are worse. I believe cost tout sh to originate in the liver, but your Tills affect that organ and cure the disease. From Mrs. E. Stuart , Physician and Midwife, Boston. I find one or two large doses of your Tills, taken at the pioper time, arc excellent pro motives of the natural secretion when wholly or partiullv sup ’ pressed, and also very effectiihl to cleanse the stomach and expel worms. They are so much the i best physic we have that i 1 (-commend no oilier to my patients. From ihe Rev. Dr. Ilaukes, of the Methodist Epis. (hurcM. Tulapki House, .Savannah, (.in.. Jan. 6.1806. Honored mk i should he ungtyteiul .or Hie relief \our skill has biought me if I did 1 ot report • my case to you. A cold settled iu my limbs and brought on excruciating luura/gic pains, which ended in chronic rheumatism. Notwithstanding I had the best of physicians, the disease grew wor.e [ and worse, until by the advice of \our excellent 1 agent in Baltimore. Dr. Mackenzie: i tried \oui Tills. Their effects were mow, but sure. By per r j severing in the Uae ol them. lam now entirely wed. ‘ j Senate chamber. Baton Rouge, La..5Dec.,18.V, Da Aykr: I have been entirely cured, bv ymu i ’ , Tills, of Rheumatic (amt —a painful disease that has afflicted me for year*. VINCKN’I SiJUKLL. , ffy*" Most oft he Tills iu muiket rontuin Mercury . ‘ which although a valuable remedy in skilful Imnns. j is Uungoous in a pub.ic pill, iroin tlie Uieudful con- I sequences that frequently follow its incautious use. > 1 These contain no moicury or uiineiu. substance i j whatever. 1 j Price, S 5 cents per Bos, or 5 Eases for sl. Prepared by Dr. J. 0. AYER & Co.. Lowpß, Lla?s ! ; For sale by A. H, GREENFIELD, Bel j j Air. jau3o i FLOUR. If LIE AND SALT STORE, near united states HOTEL,: 1 Havre de Grace , Aid. I The undersigned having purchased the old j established stand ol the late Howes Goldsbwrough, Esq., respectfully informs | i his friends and the public generally, that , he will keep a general assortment of Flour, 1 J Corn, Oats, Mill Feed, Corn Meal, Mid- t tilings, Chop, Rian, Lime, Salt, and Mack- | J ercl, which hs will sell at the lowest mar ket price for Cash. JOHN C. SANDERS, Havre de Grace.' TO FARMERS I ■ Farmers will find it to their advantage to give me a call before selling their grain, j JOHN C. SANDERS, near U. S. Hotel, | no. 27 Havre de Grace, Md. j FOR RENT. A BLACKSMITH AND WHEEL- 1 : A WRIGHT SHOP, with Dwelling.— 1 ; j A good stand for business, and will be j 1 j rented together or separately, cm mode- ' rale terms, to a good tenant. Possession j _ given immediately. Apply to 'JOS. E BATEMAN. ’ Near Clermont Mills, Harford Co., Mil 1 jn22 SnP.ZNEZL’S Balsamic Cough Syrup, : I FOH COUGHS, COLDS. CROUP, WHOOP INI! COUGH, ASTHMA, BRONCHITIS,, M’ITTINo BLOOD, PAW AND W EAK NESS OF THE BREAST, DIFFICULTY OF BREATHING, &C. r KHIS is no new remedy. It Imflieen X used for a number of years in Mary- Scnv | land and parts of Pennsylvania, and has wherever known, acquired an unprece dented reputation for curing the various diseases for which it is recommended. So apparent is its usefulness, and go re- your i markable has been its curea, that it is hist superseding every other remedy for those diseases. The afflicted can rely upon its doing as much for them, and in many cases moie thiii any other remedy now before VU.h ; the public. dren. j It is recommended and prescribed in the practice of a large uuntl er of the most in telligent and able physicians of Maryland. It ! s used and considered an indispensa ble household remedy by a large portion of (he hist families of tho Stale. No 1 It is used by all classes of society, and the universal opinion is that it is pood. /Vim Syrup is a jmntyVe'irtahleCompoin.d. It is pleasant to take and never does inju- child ry. But owing to its purifying qualities, must do good under any circumstances. Its elfeets arc truly wonderful—soothing, calming and allaying the most violent need | coughs; purifying, strengthening and in vigorating the whole system, calming and soothing the nerves, aiding and facilita ting expectoration, ami healing the die of \ DISEASED LUNGS, j Thus striking at the root of disease nut! driving it from the system. CROUP. ** Tltis disease is announced by difficulty croup ; of breathing, shrill whistling or wheezing, hacking cough, and threatened suffocation kc. It mostly occurs in young children. No child need die of croup if lids Syrup is properly used, and used in time— if j Mothers having ctuupy children should watch the first show of disease, and always keep this remedy at hand. this \ For coughs after measles this Syrup is most excellent. Experience has proven ■ j that it is equalled by no other prepara tion. Syrup I The price of the remedy is such us to . place it within the reach of all, the poor as j well ns the rich, and every person should [ have it. ' is Every person should have it in the house. It is a true and faithful friend to . all who value health, and w ish to secure i themselves agaitAt that most terrible dis- used i ease, consumption. It will ho found the j most useful ns well us the cheapest fami jly medicine in the world, it has been j used for the last four years with a success in without a parallel. ! Price 40 cents per bottle, or three bot tles for sl.lO. time, j Prepared by S. A, Foltz, Westminster, Md. j For sale by A. 11. GREENFIELD, Bel Air. ] Foutz’s Mixture IS ft safe and reliable remedy for the , cure of Rheumatism, Painful Nervous! Affections, Sprains. Burns, Swellings, and best all diseases requiring an external applica- ] tiou on Man. (In Horses it will never fail to cure Lint- Poll Evil, Fistula, old Tunning Sores, or ! Sweeny, if properly applieb. For Sprains, ment Bruises, Scratches, Crooked Hoofs, Chates, j Saddle or Collar Gall, Cuts or Wounds, i for it is an infallible remedy. Try- it, aud be ! convinced of its efficacy. Man. RHEUMATISM. Persons afflicted with this disease, no j ami matter of how long standing, cati he promptly and effectually cured by using | Beast this Mixture. There is nothing iu the world so sure or so good to take away Corns, and Cure | l now Frost Bites as this preparation. Try it and satisfy yourselves. Price '25 and 50 ! j in cents per bottle. Prepared by S. A. Foltz, Westminster, Md. i Use. For sale by A. 11, GREENFIELD, Bel Air. ' m . rouiz's ; Celebrated HOUSE & CATTLE | i fJ’HESE Powders have proved, after a; X trial of several years, to be superior to any preparation of the kind in use. — j The chief superiority of these Powders 1 I arises from the fact that they- are com-i poed of Medicines that have Laxative, ; i;, Tonic am! Purifying properties. The Lax-, E “ ' a'tive ejects crudities front the stomach and i t- intestines; the Tonic, gives strength to a, -jj j the system of the horse aud the purifying |' u I medicines contained in them cleanse the I i blood and lay the foundation lor a healthy T | and vigorous circulation. The use of 1 them improves the wind, strength ns the i | } appetite, and gives the hot sea fine smooth j and glossy skin—improving the appear-j ante, vigor and spirit of this noble uni-, mal 1 These Powders arc not intended, as j j most powders are, to bloat the animal, so las to give him the appearance of being fat I I when not really so—hut, to remove the 1 disease anil promote his general health j These Powders will strengthen the sto- 1 j i | mach and intestines, cleanse them from j I | offensive matter and bring them *oa heal- j j | thy slate. They are a sure prevention of 1 j Lung Fever, and a certain remedy for all ; ! ] diseases incident to the Horse, as Gian- I j 2-j dors, Yellow Water, Distempers, Founder, 2 j Heaves, Slavering, Coughs, Fevers, l.oss 2 j g-: of Appetite, and Vital Energy, kc. These 3£ 1— Powders, if used two or three times a w j /■ week during Ihe winter and spring, your j • j j j Horse will never get the Lung Fever, Col- 1 | jic or Bolts. A few doses of the Powders i , will remove the worst cough on any* horse, j j j Were the owners of horses to feed a few ! : of these Powders every year, they might ' save the lives of many valuable burses. MILCH COWS. | ] The properties this powder possesses in i increasing the quantity of Milk in Cows, i gives it an importance and value which | I | should place it in the hands of every per- | i i son keeping n cow. In fattening cattle, ; j it gives them an appetite, loosens their j i hide, and makes them thrive much faster.! HOGS. | In all diseases of Swine, us Coughs, Ul- ! I eers in the Langs and Liver. Ac., by put i ting from half a paper to a paper of these | . j Powders in a barrel of swill, the above k diseases can be cured or entirely prevent £ | ed. By using these Powders the Hog ; t- J Cholera can be prevented. | Prepared bv 8. A. Foltz, Westminster, at | ~ I Md. For sale by A. H. GREENFIELD, cor- i ! net-of Main street and Port Deposit Avey j nne. Bel Air, Md. Price 25 cents per paper, or five papers I ! for one dollar. novß EAGLE MOTETL. 11HE subscriber lias leased the above | Hotel, on Hillen street , near the Bel j Air Market, Baltimore, lately occupied by | Mr. Samuel Haiiway, and is prepared to; accommodate his friends and the public I generally. He hopes by strict attention j to the wants of itis guests, to give general j satisfaction to all who may favor him , with their patronage, \V. ((. KELLY & CO. janl Proprietor*. AYER’S Sarsaparilla FOR PURIFYING THE BLOOD, | And for the speedy cure of the following complaints; | Wrrofnl.i rind Nrrofnlou* AfftdioiiM, *nrh ! n* Tumor*. I'lrrm, Hon>, ttrnption*, l*ii'4tu!rM BlolrhcM, Bolln, Blaine, and all NUin Uim’iiNen. * Oakland, Ind.. (Uh Juno, 186'J. J. C. Ayer & (’o. GenU: 1 feel it my duty to ao- 1 knowledge what your Sarsaparilla ha* iloue lor mo. | Having inherited a Scrofulous infection, 1 have 1 suffered fVom it in various ways for years. Bonu> j times it burst out in Ulcers on my hands and aims; [ sometimes it turned inward and distressed me at the 1 stomach. Two years ago it broke out on my head I and covered my sculp ami ears with one sore, which was painful and loathsome beyond description. I I tried many medicines and several physicians, but j without much relief from anything. In fact, the I disorder grew worse. At length 1 was rejoiced to ' rend iu the Gosuel Messenger that you had prepared : on alterative (sarsaparilla), for I knew iVom your I reputation that anything you made must be good, i I sent to Cincinnati ami got if, and used it till it • cured me. 1 took It, ns you advise, in small doses of j n teaspoonfnl over a month, and used almost three bottles. New and healthy skin soon began to form I under the scab, which aher a while fell off. My skin is now clear, and 1 know by my feelings that j the disease has gone from ray system. Y'ou can well believe that 1 feel what I um saying when 1 tell vou, that 1 hold you to l>c one of the apostles of the age, and remain ever gratefully. Yours, ALFRED B. TALLEY. Si. Anthony’* Flrr, Ro*o or Frynipeln*, I Tetter nml Nall Rheum, Ncnlil Head, B Kin (I Worm, Noit Eye*, l>ro|t*y. , Dr. Robert M. I’reblo writes from Salem, N. Y., j 12th Sept., 1860, that he has cured an inveterate ! case of Dropsy, which threatened to terminate fn- ! tally, by the persevering use of our SurHaparilla, | ami also a dangerous Malignant Erysipelas by large doses of the same; says he cures the common Erup tions by it constantly. Bronchorrle, Goitre or Swrllrd IVeck. Zebnlon Sloan, of Prospect* Texas, writes; *• Three i bottles of your .Sarsaparilla cured mo from a Goitre j —a hideous swelling on the neck, which I had suf- i fared from over two years.” I.rtirorrhopn or Whiten, Ornrinn Tumor, | t Icriac Ulceration, Female Bineanon. Dr J. R 8. Channing. of New York City, w rites: i ** I most cheerfully comply with the request of vour • agent in saying I have found your 8 area pti Hi la a i most excellent alterative in tue numerous com- I plaints lor which we employ such a remedy, but especially in Female Disease* of the Scrofulous ; diathesis. I have cured many inveterate cases of 1 Leucorrlioea by it, and some where the complaint j was caused by ulceration of the uterus. The ulcer- I atlon Itself was soon cured. Nothing within my j knowledge equals it for these female derangement*.*’ Edward S Marrow, of Newbury, Ala., writes: “ A dangerous ovarian tumor on one of the females In mv family, which had defied all the remedies wo could employ, has at length been completely cured in* your Extract of Sarsaparilla. Our phvsiciun thought nothing but extirpation could afford relief, but he advised the trial or your Sarsaparilla as tho hist resort before cutting, ond it proved effectual. Alter taking your remedy eight week* no symptom I oft he disease remains.” Hyphili.s nml ilfcrcnrinl Diwase. New Orleans, 25th August, 1859. 1 Du. J C Ayer: Sir, 1 cheerfully comply with i the request of your agent, and report to you some I of the effect* 1 nave realized with your SnrsaparillH. , I have cured with it, in my practice, most of tho 1 complaint* for which it Is recommended, and have found its effects truly wonderful in the cure ol Venereal and Mercurial Disease. One of mv pu- | tients had Svphiiitic ulcers in hi* throat, which were * consuming his palate and the tup of his mouth, i Your Sarsaparilla steadily taken cured him In five weeks Another was attacked by secondary syrup- ; toms in his nose, and the ulceration had eaten away a considerable part of it, so that I believe the dis order would soon reach his brain and kill him. But it yielded to my administration of /our Sarsaparilla; the ulcers healed, and ho is well again, not of course without some disfiguration to his face. A woman who had been treated tor the same disorder by mer cury was suffering from this poison in her bones. They had become so sensitive to the weather that on n dump day she suffered excruciating pain in her ! joints and bones She, too, was cured entirely by vour Sarsaparilla in n few weeks. 1 know from its : formula, which your agent gave me, that this : I’reparation from your laboratory must be a great remedy; consequently, these truly remarkable re sults with it have not surprised.me. _ Fraternally yours, G. V. LARIMER, M. D. Rh<‘iiuiHti*ni, Clout, Vjircr Complaint. Independence, Preston Co., Va., oth July, 1839. Dr. J. C. Ayer: bin, 1 have been afflicted with a painful chronic Rheumatism for u long time, which 1 baffled the skill of physicians, and stuck to me in spite of all the remedies 1 could find, until 1 tried your Sarsaparilla. One'bottle cured mo in two weeks, and restored my general health so much that lam far better than before 1 was attacked. I think it a wonderful medicine. J. FKEAM Jules Y. Gctchell, of St. Louis, writes: “1 have been afflicted for years with an affection rfthe Liver, which destroyed my health. 1 tried everything, and everything failed to relieve me; and ’I have been a broken-down man for some years from no other cause than derangement of the Liver. My beloved pastor, the Rev Mr. Espy, advised mo to try your Sarsaparilla, because he said he knew* you, aud anything you made was worth trying. By the blessing of God it has cured me, and has so purified my blood as to made u new man of me. I feel young again. The best that can bo said of you is not half good enough.” ftchirrii*, Cnnrrr Tumor*, Fnlnrgrmrnt. Ulccrafion, Curies aud Uxlbliutlon or Ihe Bone*. A great variety of cases have been reported to us where cures of these formidable complaints have resulted from the use of tliis remedy, but. our space here will not admit them. Some of them may be lound in our American Almanac, which the agents below named are pleased to lurnish gratis to all who cull for them. Dyspepsia, Vlrnrt Disease, Fit*, I'pilrpny, Jlrlnucholy, IVruralgin. Many remarkable cures of these affections bare been made by the alterative power ofthis medicine. Jl stimulates the vital functions into vigorous action, and tints overcomes disordets which wouUTbe Sup posed beyond its reach. Such u remedy has long been required by the necessities of the people, and we are confident that tin* will do for them all that medicine cuu do. Ayer s Cherry Pectoral, FOR THE RAPID CURE OF Uou"h*, Cold*, iiillurn/.a, UourNencH) €pdiil>, C 2 von chili*, Unci pi uni Cou* HUinntiou,' ami for Hie Belief of Coiisuiujilire Patient* In advanced Nlagcs of the 9)i.*ca*r. This I? a remedy so universally known to surpass any other for tho cure of throat and luug complaints, that it is useless here to publish the evidence of its virtues. Its unrivalled excellence for coughs and colds, and its truly wonderful chits of pulmonary disease, have made it kuown throughout the civil ized nations of the earth. Few ore the communities, or even families, among them who have not some personal experience of its effects —some living troulivin their midst of its victory over the subtle and dangerous disorder* of the throat and Jungs. As all know the dreadful fatality of these disorders, and us they know, too, the effects of this remedy, we need no: do more than to assure them that it hat now nil the virtues that it did have when making the cure* which have won so strongly upon the confidence of mankind. Prepared by Dr. J. C. AYER & Co., Lowell, Hass. For sale by A. 11. GREENFIELD, Bel Air. jan3o ITtfiATFbE c£Sh7~ every description ok JOB PRINTING SUCH AS HANtfmhLS. CIRCULARS NOTES, CARDS. sum Ear®, sall Dub pc |lic liibilalions, VISITING GAUDS, MAOHTSATES’ AND OTHER BLANKS, Neatly printed at the office >f the cF.gis. j COAL! COAL \~ Baltimore company’s coal,! of the various sizes, and the best 1 BLACKSMITH’S COAL, for sale as low ; as it can be had in Harford county, and 1 DELIVERED at low rates, if required. R. I. JACKSON, o 9 Deer Creek Landing. I SADDLE & HARNESS MAKING, | IN ALL ITS BRANCHES, Executed by the undersigned, at Glenville, | Harford County, Md. Also, Repairing done to order. Andersoj*, Maker. • ” .. .*■ . X>YSL JSFSIA, AND DISEASES RESULTING FROM DISORDERS OF THE LIVER k DIGESTIVE ORGAN'S, ARR CVKEP BY HOpFLAND’S GERM BITTERS. THE GREAT STRENGTHENING TONIC I ! These Bitters have performed more cures, have ami do give Better satisfaction, have more testi mony, have more respectable people to vouch foi ] them—than any article in the market, j We defy any one to contradict this assertion, AND WILL PAY §I,OOO | To any one that will produce a Certificate pub lished by us, that is not oEStnx*. Hoofland’s German. Bitters Will cure every case of Chronic or Nervous De j Dility, Disease of the Kidneys, and Diseases aris -1 ing from a disordered stomach. Observe the fol ! lowing symptoms resulting from disorders of the j digestive organs; i Constipation, Inward ’Piles, Fulness of Blood 1 to the Head, Acidity of the Stomach, Nausea, Heartburn, Disgust for Food, Fulness or Weight i in the Stomach, Sour Eructations, Sinking or I Fluttering at the Pit ot the Stomach, Swimming lof the Head, Hurried and Difficult Breathing, Fluttering at the Heart, Choking and Suffoca -1 ling Sensations when in n lying posture, Dim i ness of Vision, Dots or Webs before the Sight, Fever and Dull Pain iti the Head, Deficiency of Perspiration, Yellowness of the Skin and Rve. Pain in the Side, Back, Chest, Limbs ,';i ‘■'ini. den Flushes of Heat, Burning in Ihu rh>n i . i slant Imaginings of Evil, and great Dcpuiaioii j of Spirits. REMEMBER, That this Bitters is A r OT ALCOHOLIC, '■ Contains no Rum or Whiskey, and cau’t make Drunkards, blit is The Lett Tonic in the Worhi ! Read Who says so: From the Rev. Levi 0. Beck, Pastor of the Bap ! list Church, Pemberton, N. J., formerly of the j North Baptist Church, Philadelphia. • •***# I have known floofland’s German Bitters fa vorably Ibrn number of years. I have used I them in my own family, and have been so | p'eased with their effects that I was induced to | recommend them to many others, and know that j they have operated in a strikingly beneficial man* 1 ner. I lake great pleasure in thus publicly pro claiming this fact, and calling the attention of 1 those afflicted with the diseases for which they 1 are recommended to those Bitters, knowing from ' experience that my recommendation will be sus tained. ido this more cheerfully ns Hoofland’s Bitters is intended to benefit the afflicted, and is “not a rum drink.” Yours, truly, LEVI G. BECK. j From Rev. J. Newton Brown, D. D,, Editor of the Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge, and Christian Chronicle, Philadelphia. Although not disposed to favor or recommend Patent Medicines in general, through distrust of ' their ingredients and effects,"l yet know of no | sufficient reasons why a man may not testify to I the benefits he believes himself to have received j from any simple preparation, in the hope that he j may thus contribute to the benefit of others. 1 do tins the more readily in regard to Hoof ] land’s German Bitters, prepared by Dr. C. M. I Jackson, of this city, because I was prejudiced against them for many years, under the impres sion that they were chiefly an alcoholic mixture. I am indebted to my friend, Robert Shomaker, Esq., for the removal of this prejudice by proper tests, and for encouragement to try them, when suffering from great and long-continued debility. The use of three bottles of these Bitters at thebe ginning of the present year, was followed by evi dent relief and restoration to a degree of bodily and mental vigor which I had not felt for six months before, and had almost despaired of re gaining. 1 therefore thank God and my friend fur directing me to the use of them. J, NEWTON BROWN, Philadelphia, From the Rev. Jos. IT. Kennard, Pastor 'of the 10th Baptist Church. Dr. Jackson Dear Sirl have been fre quently requested to connect my name with com mendations of different kinds of medicines, but regarding the practice as oat of my appropriate sphere, 1 have in all cases declined; but with a clear proof ia various instances, and particularly in my family, of the usefulness of Dr. Hoofiand's German Bitters, I depart for once from my usual course, to express my full conviction that, for general debility of the system and especially for Liver Complaint, it is a safe and valuable prepa ration. In some cases it may fail; hut usually, I doubt not, it will he very beneficial to those who suffer from the above cause. Yours, very respectfully, J. H. KENNARD, Eighth below Coates street, Philadelphia. From Rev. J. 8. Herman, of the German Re formed Church, Kutztown, Berks Co., Pa. Dr. C. M. Jackson Respected Sir;—l have been troubled with Dyspepsia nearly twenty years, and have never used any medicine that did me as much good as Hoofiand’s Bitters. I am very much improved in health, after having taken live bottles. Yours, with respect, J. S. HERMAN. ?riccs. Large size (holding nearly double quanti ty.) SI per bottle—half doz. $6 00 Small size—7s rents per bottle — Half doz. ?4 00 BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS! j See that the signature of “G. Iff. JACK SON” is on the WRAPrr.lt ..f j ■ each bottle. OS- Should your nearest druggist not have the article, do not be put off by any !of the intoxicating preparations that may : be offered in its place, but send to us, and | we will forward, securely packed, by ex ! press. • PRINCIPAL OFFICE AND MANUFACTORY, 631 Arch Street, Philad’a, JONES & EVANS. (Successors to C. M. JACKSON & CO.) Proprietors. Sf- For sale by A. H. GREENFIELD, corner of Main street and Port Deposit avenue, BEL AIR, l\ T d.,and by Druggist* and Dealers in every town in the United States. jan29 SAPPINGTON’S SYRUP OF FIAXSIBP. “This is the season for coughs and colds, and 1 all families, particularly those residing at gome i distance from villages and stores, should have | some good reliable cough remedy at bund in cage iof attack. We know of no belter medicine ot 1 the kind than Sappington's Flaxseed Syrup, j having used it in our family for some time, ami always tbuud it efficacious, —Baltimore County Advocate. Prepared and sold by Dr. RICHARD SAI’I’fNGTON, No 132 North Gay street, Bal timore. A. H. GREENFIELD, Agent, corner of .Main street and Port Deposit Avenue, Bel Air. jan'29-y JOB PRINTING neatly exeetiled at this office.