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Selection of fi uit ifrees It is uot tlle'largest or mieat looking tree# that aro the beet. In CijcU the eager nes*..4<> procure big tree* at the *pcuc of a of toot*., which i( in- 1 prafeßejiblii to take up with such tree*, of i> n 4Ktnlu> not only in the toes of the tree* ilieifSfcetves by death, bm it frequently re qmiv*-yii* tor them lo recover and re ,in their thrifty slate. Neither is ii ne . . sary that the tree be as straight us a candle, M? a few Vears growth (ills up the crooks in a trunk, and makes it us straight, or nearly o, as any other. The three great points are :—To have healthy trees —to take them up with as : perfect roots as possible —and to keep j tbfsy.ju.tpwi and miiqjured till they are set i n IK again. These three requisites cannot 1 hr easily secured by taking large trees, | while those of moderate or rather small j size will readily furnish them all. Small j trees are easily dug without mutilating the roots; they are packed for transporta tion safely and with facility; the labor of diguing and packing, and the cost of trans portation, are much less than with large trees, mid they commence growing imme diately, with [title cheek in their vigor, airtf if well cultivated, make the largest as well as the best trees at the end of five years. The late Dr. Kennicort. w ho was a sue- , cessfttl nurseryman as well as orchardist, I said, that of the trees which he. sold lo his j customers, the full-sized symmetrical ones never grew so well as the smaller ones, possessing less beauty’of form.— The reason was a curious ono ; he could never succeed in persuading- die owners to shorten in the of the handsome j trees, while he could induce them to prune or cut hack ihe others according to any ■ directions he might give. To sum up—procure small, healthy, j well-dug and well-packed trees, of the best j proved sorts, only from reliable nursery- ; men ; let them he well set out and well j cultivated for successive years, and they j will a (lord a profitable as well as satisfae- j lory result. Scab ix Siiuf.f.— An English sheep breeder, Samuel Huberts, snys he has al ways cured the scab by the use of the fol lowing recipe : One part black antimony, two parts powdered nitre, four parts sul phur, a small quanity of powdered ginger, unflas much yellow soap as will make the mass of a proper consistence for ma king into balls. A drachm of this sub stance given lo each sheep four times a week, will effect a cure m a fortnight or three weeks, according lo the slate of the sheep. Keep them in at night in win-j ter. Dr. Dadd recommends sulphur, 2 oun ces ; powdered sassafras, 1 ounce ; honey sufficient to amalgamate. Dose, a table- I spoonful every morning. To prevent I sheep robbing themselves, apply pyroiig-1 neons acid, 1 gill; water, 1 quart. Mix, mid wot the parts with a sponge. If a few | applications are not e/le.'iive, take fir bal sam, hall a pint; sulphur, 1 ounce. Mix and aooiut the sores duilv.— Rural JVew York. Diptheria.—We have received a recipe for the cure of the diptheria, from a phy sician who says that o|'J,oo'J cases in which it has been used not a patient has been lost. The treatment consists in thorough ly swabbing the back of the mouth and throat with a wash made thus: Table salt, 2 drachms; black pepper, golden seal, nitrate of potash, alum—l drachm each. Mix and pulverize, put into a teacup, which half fill with boiling water ; stir well, and then (ill up with good vinegar. Use every half hour, one. two, and four hour*, as rccoverey progresses. The pa tient may swallow a little each time.— Apply one ounce each of spirits of turpen tine, sweet oil and aqua ammonia, mixed, every hour, lo the whole of the throat, and to the breast bone every four Honrs, keeping (funnel to the part. —New York Tribune. Black be nr Cordia i..—This excellent cure-all for abdominal commotions is made after this mode; Two quarts of blackberry juice; One pound of loaf sugar; A quarter ol an ounce of cloves ; Half an ounce of nutmeg ; Half an ounce of allspice ; Boil it all fifteen minutes. When cold add * pint of brandy. Beef Pie. —Make a nice crust, a little ; richer than for biscuit; chop up pieces of the boiled round of beef, when you have them cold; season with salt, pepper and butter, and onions ifyo.t like ; line the ba sin with crust, rolled about half an inch thick ; fill with beef, moistened with gravy <>t water; dredge in a little flour, cover, hake half an hour. Restoring Tainted Butter.—A good housekeeper gives the following pro cess, but we have not tried it;— Cut or break the bmler into grains or very mali pieces, by passing it through a coarse sieve or otherwise. Put it imo the churn, with a sufficient quantity of new milk to float it, and churn it well, which will free it from the bad taste, when it m*y be taken out and worked ami salted, as new butler. Fruit Tree Borer.— Mr. Sonthwick, ofDadsvUle, New York, writes to the Chrmiicf* , that he thinks the following will prove a successful remedy against the tree borer. It is to paint the tree at or below the base with a mixture composed offish oil and sulphur. Axtiuotf, Against Poison.—Hun dreds of lives might have been saved by a knowledge of this simple recipe—a large teaspoonlul of made mustard mixed in a tumbler of warm water, and swallowed as soon as possible ; it acts as an instant em etic, sufficiently powerful to remove all that ■ lodged in the stomach. Fencing Stuff. —Fencing stuff may I be gotten out in the woods before the j sap rises, and if the time presses cut the j trees down, chop them into the. requisite length* and maul them into posts or rails i m conveiiie.it times subsequently. For Balt, Mice, Hour hr*. Ant*, Bed Bug*, Moth* In Fur*, Woolens, Ac., Insects on Plants, Fowls, Animals. Ac. Pm np in 86c. 50r. and 81.00 Bottle*. Boxe* and flasks. $3 and 86 sizes for Hotels, Public Institutions, Sic. “Only infallible remedies known." “Freetrmn Poison*. i “Not dangerous lo Ihe Hums* Family .'' vßato come out of their hole* to die.” 1„ - , Sold Wholesale in all latge cities, i i dtp. Sold by all Druggists ami Retailers I everywhere. !!! Beware !!! of all worthless j imitations. ! See that “Cost a a’*** name is oh “very Box, Bottle ami Flask, before yon buv. Address HENRY R.COSTAR. Principal Depot, 482 Broadway, New York. by all Wholesale and Retail Druggists in this county. nth 18 To the Farmers of Harford! (1 RATITUDE for the liberal patronage X of his friends ami the public, with a | desire for its continuance, prompts the subscriber to notice, through the press, that the stock of Iron, Steel; Nails AND HARDWARE : On hand has been LARGELY INCREAS j F.D, which with I Agricultural Implements, GUANOS, sum mi And a superior article of BOISTE 3DXJST, ScO., Is being sold at his old stand, AS LOW AS ELSEWHERE in the Slaw, the latter articles deliverable principally at SHURE’S LANDING, and at his New Warehouse, near STAFFORD, on the Tide Water Canal, at whieh points GRAIN will be received at current market rates. Having also the agenev for the County of Harford of the PRATT & SMEDLEY HORSE RAKE, with a few on hand, shall he pleased to supply that moat invulmhte I Harvester. i COARSE BONEfcr sale. ' Also. GOVERNMENT 5-20 LOAN. 1 for par funds. R. I. JACKSON, j my29-ly Near Darlington, Mfl. AUCTIONEERING! r PHE undersigned, thankful for past fa -A- vors, informs his friends and the pub lic that he has renewed his Auctioneer’s License for the 2d Congressional District, comprising the 6th, 6th, 7lh, 9th, lOtli, 11th and IS'h Election Districts of Bal timore county and the whole of Harford county. He haa alao taken out License for the 15lh 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. JAR RETT, Jhrrettaville. JOHN S. DALLAM. Bel Air, or lo the subscriber, will receive prompt attention. Persons desiring his services will please give timely notice,so that proper arrange ments may be made. Address. S. R. GILBERT, Black Horae P. 0., Harford Co., Md. fe4 Herbert’s Horse Powders! TUIESE Powders are a sure cure for Lung Fever, Worms, Distemper, Hide Bound, Yellow Water, Farcy, Gravel. I Mange, Surfeit, Foundet, Heave*, Slaver ing, Coughs and Fever, Loss of Appetite and Vital Energy ; they cleanse the *v tcm. 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 leaspoonful twice a day, over mixed feed. Prepared by A. C. HERBERT, Perrymansville, Harford Co. Md. apl CHURCHVILLE HOTEL THE SUBSCRIBER, haring taken this well known establishment, long known as ‘'Han na's Hotel,” is prepared to accommodate his friend*and the public. THE ACCOMMODATION STAGE Running between Chnrchvitle and Aberdeen leaves the Hotel daily (except Sundays) at 18 minutes before 10 o’clock, A. M,, returning, leaves Aberdeen immediately on Ihe arrival ol the train. the last Saturday of each month at ? o'clock P. M.. a PUBLIC BABB will come off. at which all kinds of Stock, Carriages, Wagons Farming Implements, Ac., Ac., will be offered le| 2~y PHILIP DiSWAN, Proprietor SURVEYING, Civil Engineering and Draughting, PERFORMED with accuracy and neat-, ness by lha undersigned, who ha* had many years of practical experience in the U. S. or Public work, and alao pri vate work in the above branches of busi ness, in the States of Lodisiann and Cali fornia. E. D. RICHARDSON, Mill Green P. 0., Harford Co,, Md COAL. S Baltimore company coal onl hand and far sale at La pipum, Md., ■ I By ANDREW ABELS, ' ! 1 * > 3d Agent for Davis &. thigh. re you oct § lecble and ! complaining* Are you out of order, with your nyrtem deranged, and vour feelings | uucomhutablefTheaeaymp- i lonia are often (he prelude to aerioua illneec. Some fit Of aJokneae it creeping upon you, and should be averted by a timely use of the right remedy. Take Aver’* nils, and cfeanre out the disor dered hiimore purify the blood, and let the fluids move on unobstructed in health.-again. They stimu late the functions of the body into vigorous activity, purify the system from the obstructions which make disease. A cold settles somewhere in the body, and obstructs its natural functions. These, if not re- > lieved, react upon themselves and the surrounding I organs,*producing genera) aggravation, suffering, , and disease. While in this condition, oppressed by ; the derangements, take Ayer’s Pills, ana see hove directly they restore the natural action of the *yli tem, and with it the buoyant feeling of health again. Whut is true and so apparent In this trivial and com mon complaint, is also true in many of the deep aeated and dangerous distempers. The same purge live effect expels them. Caused by similar obstruc tions and derangements of tlie natural functions of the body, tlieff are rapidly, and many of them surely, cured by the same means. None who know the virtues of these Pills, will neglect to employ them when suffering from the disorders they cure. Statements from leading physicians in some of the principal cities, and from other well-known public persons: From a Forwarding Merchant of St. Louis. Feb. 4, 1856. T>b Ayer- Tour Pills are the paragon of all that Is great in medicine. They have cured my little daughter of ulcerous sores upon her hands and feet Kt had proved incurable for years. Her mother been long grievously afflicted with blotches nnd pirn plea ou ber skin and In her hair. After our child was cured, she also tried your Pills, and they have cured her. ASA MORCIUDCL. Aa a Family Physio. From Dr. E W. Cartwright, New Orleans. Your Pills are the prince of purges. Their ex cellent qualities surpass any cathartic we possess. They arc mild, but very certain and eiiectual in their fiction on the bowels, which makes them invaluable to us In the daily treatment Of disease. II end or be, 4ic It Headache, Foal PUotaacb. From Dr Edward Boyd. Ikt/timore. Dear Hro. Ayer: I cannot answer you whaf complaints 1 have cured with your Fills better than to say all that toe ever treat with a purgative medi cine. 1 place great dependence on that effectual cathartic in my daily contest with disease, and be lieving, as I do. that your Pills afford us the best we have, 1 of course value them highly. Pittsburg, Pa.. May 1,1866. Dr. J. C. Ayer. Sir 1 have been repeatedly cured of Hie worst headache anybody can have by a dose or two of your Pills It wema'to arise from a foul stomach, which they cleanse at once. Yours with great respect, ED. W PREftLE. ('lerk qf Steamer Clarion. 4 Bilious Disorders Urrr Complaint*. From Dr. Theodore Bell , of New York City. Not only are your Pills admirably adapted to their purpose as an aperient, but I find their beneficial effects upon the Liver very marked indeed, lliey have in my practice proved more effectual for the cure of bilious complaints than any one remedy 1 can mention 1 sincerely rejoice that we have at. length a purgative w hich is worthy the confidence of the profession and the people Department or the Interior. I Washington, D. C , 7th Feb-. 1856. f Sib: I have used your Pills In my general snd hospital practice ever since you made them, and cannot hesitate to say they are the best cathartic wo employ. Their regulating action ou the liver is ■ quick and decided, consequently they are an ad mirable remedy tor derangements or that organ. Indeed, I have seldom found a case of bilious dis ease 80 obstinate that It did not readily yield, to them; Fraternally yours, ALONZOiiALL, M. D., Physician qf the Marine Hospital. Dysentery, Dinrrbcrn, Relax, Worms. From Dr. J. <7. Green. <y Chicago. Your Pills have had a long trial is mv practice, and 1 hold them in esteem as one of tlie bust aperi ents I have ever found. Their alterative effect upon the liver makes them an excellent remedy, w hen given in small doses for bilious dysentery and dinr rheea. Their sugur-contlng makes them very ac ceptable and convenient lor the use of women ami children. t Dyspepsia, Impurity of (he Blood. From Rev. J. V. Himes. Pastor of Advent Church , Boston. Dr. Ayer: I have used your Pills with extra ordinary success in my family and nmongthose I am called to visit in distress. To regulate the organs of digestion and purity the MooU, they are the \m beat remedy I naye ever known, and I can confi dently recommend them to my frieude. Yours. J. V. HIMES. Warsaw, Wyoming Co., N. Y., Oct. 24.1855. Dear mk: lam using your Cathartic Pills in my • practice, and find them an excellent purgative to cleanse the system ami purify the fount at us qj' the blood. JOHN G M EACH AM, M D. ConMlpntioat, f’oNihoiinw, Mnpprcuslsii, Rheamofism, iSosl, Neuralgia, Drop*) , ParalyniM, Flim, clc. From Dr. J. P. Vaughn. Montreal. Canada. Too much cannot I*6 skid of your Phis lor (he cure o\ cost i revets. If others of our Ante,) id tv have found them as efficacious a* I have, they should join mo in proclaiming it, lor J he benefit of I lie xmUtit udes who sutler IVom that complaint, which, although bad enough in itself, is the progenitor of other*' that are won** 1 believe costioeness to originate in the liver, bat your Pills sflect that organ and cure the disease. From Mrs. E. Stuart , Physician and Midwife , Boston. , I And one or two large doses of your Pills, taken otthe proper time, nre ext client promotives of the natural secretion when wholly or partially sup -1 pressed, and also very effectual to cleanse Hie stomach nnd erpel worms. They are so much the beet physic we have that 1 recommend no other to my patients. From the Bev. Dr. Hawke s. of the Methodist Epis. Church. Pulaski Flo USB, Savniuuih. Cia.. dan. 6. 1866. Honored Pir: I should be unginteiul loi the relief your skill hue brought me it 1 did not report my case to you. A com settled in my limbs and brought ou excruciating neuralgic pains, which ended In chronic rheumatism. Notwithstanding I , had (he best of physicians, the dlvease grew worse mud worse, until by the advice ut your excellent agent in Baltimore, Dr. Mackenzie, i tried lour Pills. Their effects were slow, but sure. By‘per severing in the use of Ha ul- i am now entirely w ell. • Senate Chamber, Baton Rouge, La., 6 Dec., 1856. Dk Ayer: 1 have been entirely cuied, by your 1 Pills, of Rheumatic Gout n painful diseasetnul hu 1 afflicted me for years. VINCENT ft LI DELL. 07* Moat of the Pills In mailtet contain Mercurv. i Which although a valuable remedy in skilful hand's, j is dangerous in a public pill, Doin'the druidftit con sequences that frequently follow its inenuriouo use. These contain no mercury or mineral aubstance whatever. Price, 25 cents per Boi:, or 5 Bores for SI. Prepared by Dr. J. 0. AYER & Co.. Lowell, Maas. For sale by A. H. GREENFIELD, Bel • Air. jan3o MR FBTifi AND SALT STORE, NEAR UNITED STATES HOTEL, Havre de Grace, Md. The undersigned having purchased the old established stand of the late Howes Goldsborough, Esq., respectfully informs his friends and the public generally, that he will keep a general assortment of Flour, - Corn, Oats, Mill Teed, Corn Meal, Mid- I dlings, Chop, Bran, Lithe, Salt, and Mack- J erel, which hs will sell at the lowest mar ket price for Cash. JOHN C. SANDERS, Havre de Grace. TO FARMERS! Farmers will find it to their advantage to jive me a call before selling their grain, JOHN C. SANDERS. near U. S. Hotel, • no, 27 Havre de Grace, Md. FOR RENtT A BLACKSMITH AND WHEEL- i A WRIGHT SHOP, with Dwelling.— r \ good stand for business, and will be j 8 ■■’nted together or separately, on mode-;* ale terms, to a good tenant. Possession 1 iven immediatelv. Apply (o .' ’JOS. E. BATEMAN, j.* Near Clermont Mills, Harford Co., Md ! jan23 CHTunrEB. 1 * ; Balsamic Cough Syrup, ; 1 FOR COUGHS, COLDS. CROUP, WHOOP- i ISO COUGH, ASTHMA. • BnrtNCHma, . j SPITTING BLOOD, PAIN ,VND WKAK-) I NESS ,OF THE BREAST, DIFFICULTY 1 OF BREATHING, AC. THIS it uu new remedy. It hat been used for a number of years in Mary- Sort ) land and parts of and haa wherever known, acquired an unprece dented reputation for Chrirlg the various diseases lor which it is recommended. So apparent it its usefulness, and so re- yonr markable has been its cures, that it is fast j superseding every other remedy for those diseases. The afflicted can rely upon Its doing (is much fur them, and in many cases moie than any other remedy now before Ch.l. ' the public. drtn. I ! It is recommended and prescribed-in the I practice of a large number of the most in i leTlieent and able physicians of Maryland, ! It ■? used and considered na indispensa ble household remedy* by a large portion 01 the fiiini lies of the State. Ko ! Ilia used by all classes of society, and the universal opinion is that if is good. nis Si/rup it partly Vegetable Compound. - It is pleasant to lake anti never dots inju- ehtld f rv. But owing to its purifying qualities, must dit good under any circumstances- Its effccls are truly wonderful—soothing, ' calming ami allaying the most violent need 1 coughs ; purifying, strengthening and in vigorating the whole system, calming and soothing the nerves, aiding and facillla- j ting expectoration, and healing the die of DISEASED LUNGS, Thus striking at the root of disease and ( driving it from the system, CROUP. This disease is announced by difficulty croup ' of breathing, shrill whistling or wheezing, hacking cough, and threatened suffocation 1 Ac. it mostly occurs in young children. No child need die of croup If this Syrup is properly used, and used in time— \f i Mothers having croupy children should watch the first show of disease, and alway s keep this remedy at hand. Out For coughs alter measles this Syrup is most excellent. Experience bus proven that it is equalled by no Oliver prepara tion . Syrup | The price of the remedy is such as to place it within the reach of all, the poor as well as the rich, and every person should have it. ,u Every person should have If in the house. It is a true and faithful friend to all who value health, and wish to secure themselves against that most terrible dis-* used ease, consumption. It will be found the most useful as well as the cheapest fami ly medicine In the tvoild. It has been 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. , lime. Prepared by S- A Foctz, Westminster, Md. ; i For sale hy A, H. GREENFIELD, Bel Ail* Foutz’s Mixture IS a safe and reliable remedy for the i cure of Rbeupiatism,"Painful Nervous AffectWuts, Sprains. Burns, Swellings, and best all diseases requiring an external applica tion on Man. On Hors-s it will never (kil to Oure Lim- Poll Evil, Fistula, old running Sores, or Sweeny, if properly applied.' For Sprains, j ment Bruises, Scratches, Crooked Hooft, Chafes, i Saddle dr Collar Gall, Cuts or'Wonnds, ' for it is an infallible remedy." Tryit,andbe| convinced of ils efficacy. Man. RHEUMATISM. ’ Persons afflicted with this disease, no and matter of Ikuv long standing, can be promptly and effectually cured by using Beast ibis Mixture. There is nothing in the world so sure or so good to take away Corns, and Cure now Frost Biles as this preparation. Try it and satisfy yourselves. Price 25 and 50 in cents per bottle. Prepared by S. A. Foltz, Westminster, Wd. Use. For sale by A, H. GREENFIELD, Bel Air. '' ! foutz’s Celebrated HORSE & CATTLE P&VDBRB. ! f I’HESE Powders have proved, after a ; | X trial of several years, to he superior i j to any preparation uf the kind in use, — j The chief superiority of these Powders 1 arises from the fact that they are com- I j poed- of Medicines that have Laxative, sd | Tonic and Purifying properties. The Lax- jg ( tf I ative ejects crudities from the stomach and 5 P intestines; the Tonic gives strength to j 52 < ! the system of the horse and the purifying j * w 1 medicines contained in them cleanse the j ( blood nnd lay the foundation for a healthy | and vigorous circulation. The use of! ! them improves the wind, strengthens the I j appetite, nnd gives the horse a line smooth and glossy skin—lmproving the appear- ■ lance, vigor and spirit of this noble ani mal. These Powders nre not intended, as most powders are, to bloat the animal, so 1 as to give him Ihe appearance of being fat j wheu not really so—but, to remove the j disease and promote his general health These Pow ders will strengthen the My/- ranch and intestines, cleanse them from offensiv matter and bring them to A heal- , I thy state. They are a sure prevention of | Lung Fever, and a certain remedy for all j diseases incident to Ihe Horse, ns Glan jj-j deis. Yellow Water, Distempers, Founder, | s c| Hettves, Slavering, Coughs, Fevers, Loss ; gj of Appetite, and Vital Energy, 4c. These j Si pj Powders, if used two or three limes a , jj? /■: week during the winter and spring, your •' Horse w ill never gel the Lung Fever, Col ic or Bolts. A few doses of the Powders will remove the worst cough on any horse. i Were tin- owners of horses to feed a few of these Powders every year, they might I j save the lives of many valuable horses. ) 1 MILCH cowa. The properties this powder possesses in I I increasing the quantity of Milk in Cows, gives it an importance and value which | should place it in the hands of every per- j son keeping a cow. In fattening cattle, j a it gives them an appetite, loosens their j hide, and makes them thrive much faster. I HOGS. | In ail diseases of Swine, as Coughs. Ul- * [ cers in the Lungs and Liver, Ac., by put ting from half a paper to a paper of these . Powders in a barrel of swill, the above W diseases can or entirely prevenl £ ed By nsing these Powders the Hog 5 Cholera can be prevented. gj rj Prepared by S. A. Foutz, Westminster, 'jj Md. For sale by A. H. GREENFIELD, cor ner of Main street and Port Deposit Ave nue, Bel Air, Md. Price 25 cents per paper, or five papers for one dollar. nov6 EAOZ.Z3 HOTEL. THE subscriber has leased the above j i Hotel, on Hillei i street, near the Bel I Air Market, Baltimore, lately occupied by 1 Mr. Samuel Hanway, and is prepared to accommodate his friends and the public ; generally. He hopes by strict attention 1 to the wauls of his guests, to give general ! satisfaction to all who may favor him | | with their pn iron age, W. 11. KELLY ft CO. : r |BBI Proprietor*. I , A YJKKj’S Sarsaparilla for Ptmrmxg the blood, * And for the speedy oumofthe following complaints i j MrrwAiln nnd Srrsftilsa. ARtrllou, mM, •" Taman, I'lren, Nam, KrapHaai, , Pimples, Pastilles. BlatebM, Bails! > Blaias, and all nkia Mwans. Oakland, Imt.. 6th June. ite). J. C. A THU A Co. Gents: 1 feel it my duty to M- ' knowledge what your Sarsaparilla baa done for me. Having Inherited a Hevoflaleus Infection, I have suffered IVom it in various ways for years. - 6oaa , times it bunt out in Uleerzou my hands and arms; sometimes It turned inward and distressed ms at tha stomach. Two years ago |t broke out on my head : and covered thy scalp and ears with one sore, which : was painful add loathsome beyond description. 1 i fried many medicines and eeverml physicians, but ' without much relief IVom anything.' In foot, the I disorder grew worse. AS length 1 waa rejoiced 10 I read in Ihe Gospel Messenger fbal you had prepared 1 an alterative (Sarsaparilla), for I knew IVom your I reputation that anything you made must be rood, i 1 sent to Cincinnati and got It, and used it UH It 1 cured me. 1 took |t, as vou adviee, in small doses of a Icaspoonfol over n mouth, and uuid Almost three bottles. New and healthy skin soon begun to form ' under tha aeuh, which alter a whilu tell oil’. Uy j akin Is now clear, and 1 know bv my feelings that , that t hold you to be one of the apostles of the age, 1 aud remain over gratefollr. Tours, | ALFRED ft. TABLET. *t. Anthony's Fire, Hose or Pryalpdfoa, Tetter usd Hall Rh.uns, New Id Head, ?r‘^OT^^e^ D fmu,em. N, t. Uth Sapt-, 1858, that he has cured au inveterate case of Dropty, which threatened to terminate fo ully, by Ihe persevering use of uur Sarsaparilla, ! aud alio a dangerous J/a/i gnani Erysipelas by lirga doses of the same; say abe cures the common Erup tion* by It constantly. Bronehorele, Goitre or Swelled IVecb. iSebulon Sloan, of Prospect, Texas, writes; “Three 1 battles of your .Sarsaparilla cured me from a Goitre \ —a hideous swelling on the neck, which I bad sat i fered from over two years.” I.rweoavbum or Whites, Ovarlna Tamar, 1 Tier Iwe Cleeration,Female Diaeam. * Dr J. B S. Chinning, of New York City, writes! “I most clicerfolly comply with the request of your agent in saying I have found your Sarsaparilla kt j most excellent alterative in the numerous com plaints lor which wa employ such a remedy, bat especially in Female JHneoset of the Sorohilous dlatlicsis. 1 have cured many inveterate cases of ' Leucorrhaaa bydl, and seme wtmre the complaint ! was caused by uireVulion of the afrrur. The ulcer- I ation itself was soon cured. Nothing withiu lt“’ knowledge equals it lor these foinule derangements.” j Edward 8. Marrow, of Newbury, Aik., writes! I “ A dangerous ovarian tumor on one of the feroslee i in my bmily, which had defied all the remedite we i could employ, has at length been completely cured 1 by yonr Extract of Sarsaparilla. Our physician thought nothing but extirpation could affordtellef, I but lie advised the trial of yonr Sarsaparilla aa tho last resort before cutting, and It proved elfoctnal. Alter taking your remedy oight tveaka uo symptom of tlie disease remains ” Hypblli* and MsnnHal fthraae. „ New Oulkans,Bsth August, 1859. , Dr. ,T. C. Aver; Sir, I cheerfolly comply with •be request of your agent, and report to you some of the effects I h*ve realized with yonr Sarsaparilla. 1 havq cured with It. In my practice, most of the complaints for which It la recommended, and hare found its effects truly wonderfoi In the cure of Venereal and Mercurial Dieeeue. One of my pa lieats bod Syphilitic ulcere in ids throat, whlob were consuming his palate and tlie top of Ids mouth. Your sarsaparilla steadily taken oared him iu five weeks Another was attacked by secondary symp toms in his nose, and the uiceratlon had eaten away a considerable part of It, so that I believe the dis order would soon reach bis bralirand kill him. But It yielded to ray administration of your Sareaparilluj | the ulcers healed, and lie is well again, not of coarse 1 without some distiguration to Ida face. A woman I who had been treated for thy same disorder by mer cury was suffering ftoin this polscu in her bones. They had become so sensitive to the weather that on a damp day she suffered excruciating pain in her jolnfe and bones She. too, wM cured entlaety by your Sarsaparilla in a few weeks. I know from its formula, which V6ur ageht gave me, that thill Trepimtion from your laboratory must be a great remedy; consequently, these truly remarkable re sults with it have not surprised me, FratdVnally yours, L. V, LARIMER, M. D. Rheumatism, Gout, Liver Complaint. Ixdkpekdenck, Frestmi Co., Vs., 6t h July, 1859. Dr. J. C. Ayer 1 Sin, 1 have been afflicted with a painful chronic Wieunnlitm for a long time, which baffled the shlll of physicians, and stuck to me in spile of ail the remedies 1 oould find, until 4 tried yonr Sarsaparilla. One bottle cured me is tWo weeks, aud restored my general health so much that lam for bolter than before I waa attacked. J think it a wonderful medicine. J. FBEAM Jules Y. GetoheJl, of St. Louis, writes: *• I have been afflicted for years with an affection off the Liver, which destroyed my health. I tried cvervthing, and everything failed to remove me; and I have been a broken-down man fo'r some years IVom no other cause than derknge.mcnt tff the Liner. My beloved pastor, the Rqv Mr. Espy, advised me to try your Sarsaparilla, because tie suid he khew von, and anything you made was worth trying. By tho 1 blessing of God it has cured me, and has so purified my blood as to made a new man of me. I feel young again. The be that can be said of you is hot half good enough.” ' Bchlrras, Cancer Tumors, Enlargenent, Tlcerntiou, Curies and Kxfaliallvu of Ihe Boms. A great variety of cases have been reported to us where cures of these formidable complaints havo resulted from the use of tlua remedy, hut our space here will not admit them- Some of them raav bo found in our American Almanac; winch Ihe agents below named are pleased to fornlsh gratia to allwho call for them. Dyspepsia, Heart lliaenec. Fit*. EpUrpsy, Jlrlnnrholy, IHCBrnlgia. Many remarkable cures of these affections hav* been made by the alterative power oftliis medicine. It stimulates tlie vital fonetfons into vigorous action, and thus overcomes disorders which would be sup posed beyond Its reach. Such a remedy has long been required by the necessities of tlie people, and we are confident that this will do for them all that medicine ean do. Ayers Cherry Pectoral, FOR THE RAPID CVfiE OF Cough*. CoWn, iiifuni/R, BionnfDCW. ! Croup, Rronrhififis Incipient i'ou ■HiuuiioM, nnd lor the Xtrlief . of C'ou*uui pflvo K*allcuUi flu mlvnnerd HUiqcn of (he liiNvaM*. nfiN if a remedy so umveraaliv lauqwn to rorpWE j oiiy other for the cure of tlirout and 1 that It ia ÜbuJewt liera to publish evideuce of its j virtues. Km unrivalled exc‘ , llcnce for couirhs and \ coIUr. aud it* truly wonderful cures of pufmounry disease, have made it known throughout the civil ized nalion-x of the earth. Fev trr tlie oominuoities, or even families, nmong them who hare not some personal experience of its effucift —Rome living I trophy in their midst of its victory or<*r the mibtk i and dangerous clifordcrs of the throat and limn. As all know the dreadful fatall’v of these disorder*, j and a they know, too, the effect* of this remedy, j we need not do more than to assure them that it hab * now all the virtues that it did hove when making the cures which have won io otiujigly upon the confidence oi mankind. Prepared by Dr. J. C. AYER & Co., Lownil, Maas. } For sale by A. H. GREENFIELD. Bel | Air, jpn3o . "cheap for cash. I EVERT DESCRIPTION OF JOB PRINTING! SUCH AS HANDBILLS, CIRCULARS | NOTES, CAROS. mss SILLS, sall 3 rib prr Jlk |nliitalions, VISITING CARDS, HAUSUTKsVRS* AXD OTIIEK ii BLANKS, Neatly print'd at ihe ofiic.e of the J%gis. COALICOAL! Baltimore company’s coal, of The various sizes, and the best t BLACKSMITH’S COAL, for sale as low • as it can be had in Harford county, ami J DELIVERED at low rates, if required. | R. I. JACKSON, I o 9 “Deer Creek Landing. 1 SADDLE & HARNESS MAKING, < I.N ALL ITS BRANCHES, jj Eienred hy the undersigned,at Glenville, Harford Cofoiily, Md- Also, Ttepain'ng | done lo order. Geo., A.vpbrion, Maker. , DYSPEPSIA, ' AXU DISEASES ftK.'ii.XTIKG .ypu.'.l DISORDER* OF THE UVF.B* DIGKSTIVE^IRGAKS, •; \ r,, - AIMI CUUD BY . " HOOFLAND’S GERMAN BITIERS, 4H£ GR£AT STRENGTHENING TONICi Three Hiller* nave performed more eure, hare . end d give better sathfoctiou. have mure leti- Wobj, ti*ve more respectable people to vouch lot ibem—l hull any article in the market. I We defy auy ooVto' eofitriidict (his assertion, AND WJlt PAf $\ 0) i To any ope I hat wilt produce a Certificate pub llshed by u, that i not owtume. j Hoofland’s German Bitters i Will cure every case of Chronic or Nervous De | billly, Disease of the Kidneys, and Diseases aris ing, from a disordered stomach- Observe the lh|< I lo'cing symptoms resulting from disorder of th j digestive organs t * . Constipation, I ttward Tries, Fulness of Bloqd to the Head, Acidify of the Stomach, Nausea. Hmrthorfi, Disgust /or Pood, fttlnesa or Weight m the Stomach, Sour Eructations, Sinking or Fluttering at the Pit 6l thy Stomach, Swimming lof the Head, Hurried and Difficult Breathing. Fluttering at the Heart, Choking and Snftocal ting Sensation* When in * lying posture, Dim ness of Vision, Dots Of Wefg before the Sight, | Fever and Dull Pain In the fiend, Defieienct of | Persptvatioft, Yellowness r.f Hie Skin and ihi- Pain in the Side, Bask, Chest, Limbs. Ac., S>- ! - den Flushes of Heal, Bunting in the Flesh, I • i etant Imaginings of Evil, and great Danrufiva. I I of Spirit#. j REMEMBER, that this Bitters is A O T. A L, C 0 HO LI C, I Contains no Bum or Whisker, and oau'i mska j Drunkards, btit is The bent Tonic in Ihe Wurltl ! Head Who says so: •’•T. Prom the Bev. Levi G. Heck, Pastor of the Ban- Jist Church, Pemhertpu, N. J., formerly of tua North Baptist Church, Philadelphia. • * * * * • t hare known Hohfland'a German Bitters ft. vorably for a oumlier of years. 1 have used them in my own family, and have bean so p'eased with tbeir effects that 1 was induced to recommend them to many others, and know that they have operated in a strikingly beneficial man ner. I pleasure in thus publicly pro claiming this fart, an 1 calling the attention of thole afflicted with the diseases for w hich they are recommended to those Bitters, knowing from experience that my recommendation will be sus tained. Ido Ibis more cheerfully as Hoofland's Hitlers is intended to benefit the afflicted, and ft “dot a rum drink. ’■ Yours, truly, LEVI Q. BECK. j From Rev. i. Newton Brown, D. D., Editor of the Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge, and Christian Chronicle, Philadelphia. Although nod disposed to favor or recommend ; Patent Medicines in genera), through distrust of their ingredients and effects, I yet know of no sufficient reasons why a man may not testify to the benefits he believes himself tb have received from any simple preparation, in the hope tbalba may thus contribute to the benefit of others, j Ido this the more readily in regard to Hoof- J land's German Bitters, prepared by Dr. C. M, Jackson, of thiacity, because, I was prejudiced against them for many years, under the impres sion that they were chiefly an alcoholic mixture, l am Indebted to mffriend, Robert Shomaksr, 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 evl | deut relief and restoration to * degree of bodily and mental vigor which I had not felt for Itx months before, and had almost despaired of n> j gaining. I therefore thank God and my friend for directing nje to the use of them. J. NEWTON BROWN, Philadelphia. From the Rev. Jos.'H. Kennnrd, Pastor’of th* IQIh Baptist Church. Dr. Jackaon ;—Dear Sir :—I have been fre quently requested to Connect my nnme with com mendations of different kind# of medicines, hut regarding the practice us out of my appropriate sphere, I. have in nil cases declined ; but with a deaf proof in various instances, and particularly in my family, of the usefulness of Dr. Hoofland's German Bitters, I depart for once from my usual course, to express my foil Conviction that, for genera! 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, 1 doubt not, H will he very beneficial to those who suffer from the above cause. Yours, very respectfnllv, J. II.KENNAHD, Eighth below Coales street, Philadelphia, | From Rev. J. S. Herman, of the German .Re formed Church, Kutztown, Berks (Jo., P*. j Dr. C. M. Jackson . —Respected Sir;—l have j lieen troubled with Dyspepsia nearly twenty I years, and have never used any medicine (hat j did me as much good as Hoofland‘s Bitters. I I am very much improved in health, after having | taken five bottles. Yours, with respect, J. S. HEBiIAN. Prices, Lttrge size (holding nearly double qnanti ; ty,) ?1 per bottle—half Hoz- ?5 DO Small size—7s rents per bottle— Half do?. ?4 01) ] BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS! ! See that the signature of “C. V!. JACK SON” is on the WRAPPER M each bottle. Should your nearest druggist not ■ have the article, do nut be put off by any of the intoxicating preparations that may be oilerrd in its place, but send to us, ami we will forward, securely packed, by ex press. • '' PRINCIPAL OFFICE AND MANUFACTORY, 631 Aroh Street, Philad’a, JONES & EVANS, (Successors to C. M. JACKSON A CO ) Proprietors. tt For sale by A. 11. CiRF.EN FIELD, corner of Main street and Port Deposit avenue, BEL AIR, Yd ,arid by Druggists and Dealers in every tow*u in the United Slates. jan29 SAPPINGTON’S STROP m H.AXSBBD. “This is the sen son for coughs and colds, and *ll families, particularly those reaiding at some distance from villages and stoiae, should have some good reliable cough remedy at hand in v ae of attack. We know of no belter medicine ot tho kind than Sappington'a Flaxseed Syrup, having used it in our family for some time, and always found It efficacious.— Baltimore Count)/ Advocate. Prepared.and sold hv Dr. RICHARD, SAPPISOTON, No. 132 North Guy street, Bal timore. A. H. GREENFIELD, Agent, corner of Main street end Port Deposit Avenue, lie| Air. jan29-y JOB FRINTINf* neatly ’executed st i in* ofiios.