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THURSDAY. OCT. 17. J872. Var Time at tltdgtray. Erie Express East 12:118 a tn. do do West 2:2f a. m. do Mail East 4:50 p. m. do do Went 2:05 a. tn. Rcnovo Accommodation Bust 8:40 a n. do do do West.... 6:14 p. m Eates of Advertising. One column, one year $75 00 A 40 00 25 00 I 15 00 Transient advertising per square of eight linos or less ? times or less 2 00 Business cards, ten lines or less, per year 6 00 M-trr'pigcs a:id Denth notices inserted prat is. Elk Loie, A. Y tt Stated meetings of Elk Lodge will lie held at their hall on (In second and fourth Tuesdays of each month. g. l Mccracken, scc. Temple of Honor and Temrjerance. Elkton Temple No. 81, meets on ea:h alternate Thursday, at their hides Room, on Main sireet, over .T. V. Honk's store. S. A. ROTE. A . R. Tiik ccnfal Grant and Willson o'ub of Klk county meets at the Court House in Kidgway, eery alternate Thursday, nt 8 o'clock p. tu. Next meet in l: Oct 21. Republican Mnjority in the State as tpr official statement is 3ii.881. Col Curtis is elected tn Congress Ironi this district by a Majority nf (rum 1800 to 2000. (IrtACK OlU'um. Hour nf srrvieo. lO-.IP) A. M. and 7 1. M. Sunday School i l M- Seats free. TltB Democratic Majority in this County on the State ticket runs .ri." ntid on Congress 55.V OR SALE. A splendid yoke of cattle. Inquire of W. S. Service & Co. The commissioners of Klk County will meet at their offi ;e in Hi lirw iy. I'a. On Monday OcloWr, 21st 1S"2. C II. McCATILEV. Clerk. Marine Knc.ink fat eveninir we. stepped into Service's Hardware and at first siaht concluded that Wall, had unite into the Murine En '.'Inn trade, btit on in Hpection the Knoine proxtl, to he a meat and vcetablci chopper. Now is your finis Oh ye husbands to save fulh cr domcstio trouble! in the hash matter. nins:s of Mr j. Soros Greeley. Mr. Greeley has written to a friend in this city that Mrs. Greeley's health is slowly failintr, and that her death may be expected at any hour, ft is well known that Mrs. Greeley Ivis been on invalid for many yptu-s, riirin: which time she has sought relief in almost ev ery climate of the world without avail. J'idfliUrJ Dispatch. Tttr. Mompis ( Teim ) Aflnnrhr gives so no ace mnt of a singular phe nomenon now witnessed at the site of old Fort Pillow, on the Mississippi, where the bluff bank ot the river, risin" fifty or sixty feet above the water, is on fire, and for several weeks past has been burninsr "like a volocano" for a distance of several hundred yarJs. Very nat urally tho people living in tho neighbor hood are puzzled to know how to ac count tor the phenomenon, and are not a little frightened by the ''lurid flaui'ts" which rise from tho side of the bluff to a bight of several loot- Remarkable Prophecv. The follow ing, which is known as Mother Ship ton's Prophecy, was first published iu 1488 and republished in 1641. It will be noticed that all the events predicted in it, except that mentioned in tho last two liucs, which is in the future, have alraedy come to pass: TUB PR0F1IKCV. Carriages without horses shall go, Aud accidents fill the world with woe. Around the world thoughts shall fly, In the twinkling of an eye. Water shall yet more wouders do; How strange, yet shall be true! The world upside down shall be, And gold be found at root of tree. Through hills men shall ride. And no horse or ass be at their side. Under water men shall walk. Shall ride, shall sleep, shall talk. In the air men shall be seen, In white, iu black, in green. Iron in the water shall float As easy as a wooden boat. Gold shrllbe found and found. In a land tnat is not now known. Fire and water shall wonders do. England shall at last admit a Jew. And tho world unto an end shall come In eighteen hundred and eighty-one. Banner of Ihjht. Ausasw a. crarnr. . Tho idea that one man can carry the vote of a State in his breeches pocket, was probably entertained until a late hour on Tuesday evening by ex-Governor Cuntin, of Pennsylvania. The Gree lcyites bad-flattered him into this belief the Tribune had overwhelmed him with abject fawnings, and Mr. Curtin undoubtedly thought that he wan the head nf the Jru.blienn party.. Once more the lesson has been taught which politicians are bo slow to learn that politicians and nowspapere are only powerful so loDg as they truly, faithfully, and candidly reproscnt puh lio opinion. When a man has perform ed this duty for some time, he occasion, ally is deluded it to the idea that he is the public that all the world will follow him. The latest victim to this delusion is Andrew G- Curtin, who owed ht posi tion entirely to the Republican party, and took the first opportunity which pre sented itself of dealing a treacherous slab at that party and its chiefs. Wo boubt whether the applause of theGree leyits and Copperheads will compensate him lor his betrayal of his prinoipesl and bis fricuds. Arte l'oth tiling. Th resident and tin Indians. The various Indian delegations now here visited the Executive Mansion to day. The Prcsideut, through an inter preter, informed them that the effort ot the government Wi.s to udvuuoo them in civilization and preserve their lives by cti3ourngiug them to iuilustriuj pursuits and making them coinforable hon:es .The white people are uow so numerous aud increasing so rapidly as to crowd the Indians, mil therefore it was neces sary that the Indians no more Wad u roving lile but have fixed places of abode. The sooner they uuderstoud aud valued this fact the better lor them and their children. The I'resideut remarked that he had nothing mofc tc say except through the Secetary of the Interior. The Indians listened attentively, but no invitation wasgjven them to respond. The I resident and .Secretaries, four of whom were present, retired to attend a cabinet meeting, which was aliened by all except Secretary Robeson and Attor ney General Wil'iums. The Itiiiinus, after examining fho premises, left tor their quarters. 2SM0C3ATIC LYET3. The Editor of the Gazette, iu bis last issue, true to his ins'iticts and the party lie represents- aud according to their manner ol c-iudicing the campaign with his brain fevered by disappointment and over whelmed wi'h defeat, finds conso lation iu the following: If it took SoilO to poll H'i votes in the buroiii! hand 41 votes in jJenzinger t'iwii.-hip what a labulous amount it must have taken Pi eairy Philadelphia by S'iO.HltM, as the radicals all claim The radicals h i i 0" straight Republican votes in the borough an I town -hip by the ue i.i f .'! l'J dollars tluy lieee lo f in boyiog 12 Deni'icritio votes- Now thn facts are, Mr- IMitor, of the 77 Republican votes polled in the ILiro if St, Marys and l5eu.igor Township, '.)') Here from tuc Democrats, who never before voted any oilier ticket, honest, caiidJJ, intelligent, young men, disgusted with the rot ton, defunct, old party, that wants to bury its dead past uud be tor L'u'leii, choose to come out and join the party of progress and march forward to victory; and these ;5i) young men, Mr. Editor, upon whom you havo heuped this hasc calumny, voted the Rep. ticket by t heii own free, volnutary choice from their houest convictions, and spuru with contempt the malicious slander of your loul sheet. Hidgering and bullying voter at the polls is mean, disfranchising voters i. moaner, bo.', the pirsisttMt lyin; b'.l'ore election, at election ami after election, iu seasou aud out of seas in, shows the ex tremely of their desporatiou aud the hopelessness of theirs'lost cause." "May ji be written ou my grave that 1 never was its follower, an 1 lived aud died in nothing its debtor." St. Mary's Oct. 14th, 1872. THAiTSSsivnia proclamation. Vasiiinoton, October 11. 1872. P.y the President of thn L'uiteJ State o 1 Aaierieu, a Puoclnmatiun, Wherkas, The revolution of another year has again brought tho time when it is usual to look back upon the past aud publicily thank Almighty God for His mercies and His blessings, and Whereas, If any one people have more occasion toan another for such thankfulness it is the citizens ot the United States, whose government is their creature, subject to their behests, who have reserved to themselves ample civil and religious freedom aud erjuality before the law; who, during the last twelve months have enjoyed exemption from any previous or general calamity, aud tc whom in agriculture, manufac tures and commerce has been vouchsafe ed. Tterefore by these sonsiderations I recommend that on Thursday, the twenty-eighth day of November next, the people meet in their respective places of worship and there make their acknowl edgements to God for His kindness and bounty. In witness whrcof I hereunto set my hand and cause the seal of the United States to bo affixed. Pone of the City of Washington, thi eleventh day of October in the year of our Lord, 1872, and of the independ ence of the United States the mnety seventh, Ry the President : U. S. Grant. Hamilton Fish, Secetary of State. I 1ST OF CAtJSES set down for trial at j November term 187 Bernard Braniff vs Jacob McCnulcy, 25, November term 1871. 8ames Curry vs E. & C. fame, 88, April term 1872. FRED. SCINKNING. Prothonotary. LIST OF CAUSES. Set, down for Trial at October Term 1872. 1. Michael Market vs Rutler& Sterly 58 April term 1808. 2 Thomas Tut Icy vs H, A. Weed 3S November term. 18110. 8 Jonathan R iynton et al vs ,A. C. Finney et. al. I January term 1S71. 4 Henry 11. Moore, vs A. A. Carrier et al I April term 1ST I. 5 John Springstead vs Isaac Keefer, 11 April term 1871. (i R. C. McGill vs l.ouis. II. Garner 20 August, teim 1871. 7 Henry Somber vs b X. Rieber ger Jretal !1 November teim 1871. 8 .Benjamin Johnson, et a' vs John Johnson et al 4 X n'emb er teim 1871 ft L C Wynkw p vs Grnrsc 1) Pun ahey 21 Novo mber term 1871. 10 A. W. Gray G-vird Ac Ci vs Tsa ae f'luith et al I January term. 1872 11 GiMirui' V ll'icki iiM'ti vs Georne I? bines 7 January term H72 . 12 So'ioman I'achert vs Jacob Moyer 1 1 January term 172 . 13 Thomas Holland vs J S 11 1) 14 Jaini iry t rm 1S72. I t 15eiij i:i:in Johiis oi et :il vs John John.-on et ill. 2(5 April term 1S72- 15 James Curry, vs K. & C.Pultio 3 April term 172. 10 Martin S ug vs Nicholas Kronen wetter, et al. 47 April term. IS72. 17 Martin Sorg. vs Nicholas Kronen wetter, et al. 48 April term, 1872. TORY LIST. Travi-rse Jur jis drawn for October Term ls72. Rem 7.i tto J. O Johnson, Colemen F. Johifou. Heoj Johns in, Reuben Winslow Jr., Isaiah .Itent. Bonz'iiiier Flank Weis Jr. John Nissel (School Teaehcr,! Bernard1 Nt'inoelier, George Bauer. Francis Fii'z Fox Samuel Brown. Si'f.s Moyrr. El'jaii T. Merdi'h, JJm ThonipMin. Jacob Moyer, John liershcy, James Mohan. Hvt.ni O. R. Clark, Geo. V, Clin ion. Jessie Piatt, ilichar l Mines, J. L. Tavior. John Brown. J.,.A. V. .Tray. A.' K. Go IT. Junes Joseph llouulitailing, Stt pheu Krnhtiut, O S-(Ueavuland. I!iilu:w.iv George Stephenson, G. T. Win eler, (JeorL'C Bal hvin, Nath. Cum mins, G. F. Biekinson St. Mary's Bom Win. Zdt, Al'rert. Wi is, Henry Luhr, George Inihull, houis (lies. Spring Cieck Charles Speuscr, Juo. McGallic. GUAM! Jt.KY. Grand ami Traverse Jurors drawn j lor No' emher Term ls72. i Benezette M. ). Johnson. j Ben.inge!- Paul Schneider James Black. Joseph Mietz Jr. j 1-ox John Kyler. Morton A Sparks, Jacob Fields. John And 'i son. Jay Lewis S. Dodd, Charles Webb. K F. Morev. Jones Feidiiiind V.'onk. Anthony Cole Juivb C. Meflert, John Spring steaud. Bidgway S. A. Rote, Wiliiuin M'Vcy, Charles Mealy. St Mary's Boro Gnri!n Gnrno l Jr , Frank Soseiih.imer. Ivtw anl Biin tzler, Joseph Bornish. Joseph Retyar. , Spring Creek B. 15. Irwin. TIIAVKHSK JI llV. Renezctte Henry Bosh. Samuel Rathbun, Julius Jones, L). B. Wins low. Benzinger Jos Krouenwetter , Geo M. Fuchs, Adam Geycr, Gen. Gregory, John Gleixner. Fox John I. Hayes, Charles R. Kelts, Thomas M alone James It. Green Mathius Spooler Jr., U. W . Rogers, James O'llara. Jay Reese May hood. Buvid Wheel er, Loieuzo N. Briggs, W. M. Robiu son. Jones Truman Garlick, Tbos J. Godiviu. Ridgway Charles Cody. John Hag en, George Walker, P. A. Mead, Isaac Stephenson, M. K. Lesser, It. V. Kime James Morton C. G. .Main J. F. Dill. St. Mary's Boro Jos Krafth, John Weide'nbocruer, John R. Rutch, Jos. Wilhelm, George Krellner, John Fos ter. Spring Creek W. M. Steel Edward Paiuo. Wood's Hew Iron Mower. AGENTS WANTED. For Circulars, particulars, etc., addressj RJ5LLEW, ADAMS & CO., Gowanda, N. Y. Manufacturers of tho Gowanda Plow, the best made. For sale in ltidgway by rOWELL & KIME. April 18h, '72-Hin. New Advertisements. LKOAl Catharine J. Cowen, ) In Commoti Tleas of v, V Elk County. James Bovr'en. J No- 2 April T. 1871. Libel In Divorce, a vinculo mtilrimonii. To Jamn Jiowen, respondent ahovr. named: You are hereby notified that tho subpoena and alias suhprcna In the above case having been returned non tut iiwentui. you are re quired to appear on tha FIRST MONDAY OF NOVEMBER next, being the 4ih day of tho month, to answer tho complaint in the above case. y, C. OYSTER, Sheriff. PiinRirr's OrncR. Ridgw.y, July oth, 1871. ) nlSic. VENDERS OF MERCHANDISE ATTEN TION ! Venders of Merchandise. Keepers nl Saloons. Brewers and Distillers of the county of Elk are hereby notified that, the Appraiser of Mercantile Taxes 1872 hn filed his return in my oflice. and that the lax bv him assessed must be paid to me nl oiiw.'m- the accounts will be plnced in the hands of a collector. C. R. EARI.EY. Treasurer. Ridgway, Sept. 6th. 1 4i. KOW TO GO WEST. This is an inquiry which every one should have truthfully answered before he starts on his journey, and a little care taken in examination of Routes will in many casses save much trouble, time and money. The "C., B k Q. H. R ," running fiom Chicago, through Galesburg to iJuilingt.Mi. an 1 the '! . B tW. Route.' innuiiii; from Indianapolis, through Blooinington to Burlington, have achiev ed a splcLdtd reputation in the last two years as the lending Passengers lloutcs to the West. At Burlington they con nect with tin) B- if: M. I'v It. and Irom the great Biii-iimjtoii Route!, which runs dirjct through Snii'horn oa 'o Nebras ka and Kansas, with close COIllUCtiollS to t'ulilornia and the Territories; aud passengers starting Irom Klk County, on their way westward, cannot do bottei than to take the Bi.'lil.lSdToS Biil. TK. This Line has published a pamphlet called "Mow to g West," which con tains much valuable information; a large comet map ot the Great West, winch can be obtained Ircu of chame by ad dressing the General Passenger Agem B &M.R R. Biitliugtou, Io-.va 2-22U NEW LLVKHY STABLE RIDGWAY. DAN SCRlBNK.l WIS I IKS TO iN- form the Ciit.-us nf Ridgway, and the piiblio (loi.cmlly, that lie lias stalled a I.iv ry Slalile and will keep GOOD STOCK, GOOD CAR II I AG KS ill 11 I $'Q4. to let Mpou Vhe .nisi reasoiia h!e u-nns ifir.xv will also .in jnb tean ing. Siahle in the lliouks liai-ii, near tin- lYst Ollice, on Mil1 street. All orders left ai the l'osl Oflice will meet prompt attcn- t ion. Aug 20 1S70. tf. i-vl;til'0;s-.l) M KN DM KN T I'D THE CO.SSTITLTION' OK PENN'A. JOIN" IIICSOLLTION rrnpnshiiz mi amendment to the Constitu tiuii ut rvuiisy iv.-inia. ' it rf.tfi'-r- h;i llit Sn'tilr ami mix? r.f ltflr?x'iitntiVf rf thi' t'onuii'iuirriitli nf Vhh ."'oi.i in li'iiinil Aimnhlii met. That the loll iwing iituvii .iiieiit- of the Crnstitiiiioii of this 'iimmoiiweuli 1 he proposed to the pceple fur theii adoption or le.ieotion, pur snitiit tn the provisions of the tenth arlieie I hereof, to wi.; A. MK ND ME NT: Strike nut t!ie sixlh nriicle of the Con Miluiion. and insert iu lieu thereof the toUowtntr: ' A Slate Treasurer shall he chosen liy the inilified electors of the Slates, nt such times and for such term of service as shall he prescrihed hy law.'" WILLIAM KLLIOTT, Speaker of tho limine of Jlepresentativcs. JAMES S. KUTAN, Speaker of the Senate. Ai-PitovKii The twenty-second day of March, Anno Domini one thousand eighi hundred and sevenly-two. .ISO, W. GFAUV. Prepared and certified for puhlication pursuant to the Tenth Article of the Con stitution. FKAXCIS JOBDAN. Peoi-ctury of the Commonwealth. Office Secretary of the Commonwealth, Ilarrisburg, June l!Hth, 1872. july 4 iu.'J. AGENTS. Sit) to $20 PER DAY GUARANTEED. Specimens and full particulars free. Address WOODS LITER ARY AND ART AGENCY. Kewburgh, N. Y. AGENTS WANTED! For the fastest ami most popular hook with CO II lustrations, likenesses of all the Presidents bcutifully bound, and printed on tinted THE IV AT ION, Its Rulers aud Institutions, L ENGLISH AND GERMAN Nothing like it. Strikes everybody as just the book they need. It is an Encyclo pedia of the Government. Single pages in it. are of themselves worth the price of the book over 5(H) pajet and only $2.50. A ICU HARVEST, for Canvassers ladies and gentlemen farmers, teachers aud students. One agent took 75 ordert in a few diyt, uith circular alone, before the book pppeared. $20 A DAY can be cleared in. fair territory. Write at once for circular and information. NEW WORLD PUB LISHING CO., Cor. 7th sud Market 8treets, Philadelphia. vlnS'yl. New Advertisements. ST. MARY'S FOUNDRY AIT lCHINE SHOP. ST. MARY'S, ELK CO., PA. MAStTACTCUEUS or STEAM ENGINES, Machinery for SAW and OIUST MILS. TANNKRIKS, AND BRICK YARDS, F A 11 M 1 NG 1 M PLK M KNTS Snch as Plows, Threshing Macbtues, Stump Machines. &o. SASH WKIG1I S, CKLLAR GUARDS, CABPKr STRIPS, IRON RAILING FOR 7SRAHDAS AND CKMKTKKY-'. FARM BKLLS, IRON KKTTLKS OF A LL SIZKS. 11 KATKRS AND STOVKS Car wheels nil sizes lor Railroad con tractors, mill in"". ml " wn are ,n want ot'tlu tu, solid or with arms, chilled or not. In short, everything nude nut of iron, Wu solicit the trade of K.k and adjoining counties (jive us a trial is all we ask. Foundry cor. Mill and St. Mary's Sts. t. MaryV, Klk Co, Pa. L. II. G ANN Kit & BRO. v2-2:itf. i DMiNISTIiATOIl-- NOTICE Notice herehv iriven that lelleis of Adniin-isii-ntiiiti on the estate of Adelphus Kyler. lecemed, late of Kox township. Elk County, I'eliti-v 1 v:iiiii, having heeen grunted to the undersigned, all persons iiidehted to siid estate will please make immediate payment, an l those having claims or de mands will present them properly iiuihcnti caled for settlement without delay. i"-:th:i lioMl'SON. i '. Adtnr's. FLORET I A KVLEU, ) 2:1 li. TEiV Sl'A'liC KOUC! C. JU'.IXH, I'nnridor. The siilism-ilier havine secured the con tract tin- carrying the U. S. .Mail between IIEYNOLDSVILLE & l'.UOCKWAY VI LLK, has place. I on I'm- road a line of hacks. Hacks leave (he Exchange Hotel i" U.-vnoldvdlo every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday mi ' the' til rival of I he UrooKville lce. tiii-l r--titf!i the same day. These hacks connect at l!i ockwavvillc with the t!i.l;v:y stands, making connection with trains nit the P. k lio-ol. both east and wt-si. hvet-y iiitentioii lo the cninlort ot patron of 'this line will be givel', and a liberal p-itromnje solicited. Aug. 1 'i-7-' I. Music for the Campaign. THE HIDnWAY S1LVKR COltXET HAND will fm iiish mtt-ic for all political meetings during the campaign. NKW INS Till". I KNTS AND MKW MCSIC. Terms moderate. I). B. DAY, Leader. .1. O. W.JHAII.KY, Pci'y. Itidgwiy. Pa , Aug LI. lT2. Presidential Campaign. Cns. Capes ,t Torches. Fend for Illustrated Cir cular and Price List. CL'.NNINCIIA M & 1111. 1.. MANUFACTURERS, No. 2i'l Church Street, PHILADELPHIA I -21! 1.1. For Sale'. Lots to suit loaycis. Large or small, on longtime nun fourt'i cash, balance on ton years. Inuiiiee of II. I.it'le. Ridgway. or C U. llrViilty, No. 85') Broadway, New YorV. 2--J0ml. F RED. sCIlOENINO, WUOI.KSAt.lt AM BKTAIL IIKAI.RU I PI ANO-FOHTKS, ORG ANS, 8 II EST MUSIC. and MUSIC ROOKS. ri.mo and organs to rent and rental ap plied if purchased. Prothonotory's Office, Ridgway, Pa. v2nJ(ltf. LEGAL. Jaiiica II Wilhcr, ) In Common Pleas vs. V of Elk County. Kate II. Wilher. j 21 April T..72. Libel in Divorce, d vinculo matrimonii. To Kiite 11. Wilier, respondent above named: You are hereby notifiei that the subpoena and alias subpoena in the above case hav iue been returned non est inventus, you Are renuired to appear on tho FIRST MONDAY OF NOVfiM. next, being the 6th day of the mouth, to answer the coiuplaiot in the above case. D. C. OYSTER, Sheriff. Sheriff's Office. Ridgway, July 4lh, 18 18to. LF.OAL.J Catharine 3. Bowen, ) In Common Pleas of vs- Elk County. James Bowmi. J No. 2 April T. 71. Libel in Divorce, a vinculo matrimonii. To James Bowen, respondent above named: You are hereby notified that the subpoena and alias subpoena in the above case having been returned non est inventus, you are re quired to appear on the THIRD MONDAY OK OCTOBER next, being tbe 6tb day of the month, to answer ths complaint in tbe above case, D. C. OYSTER, Sheriff. Sheriff's Office, 1 Kidgway, Aug. -1th, 172. i nlStc, Ayer's Sarsaparilla Is widely known as one of the most effectual remedies ever discovered for iffl cleansing tho sys- MVl cluanslnP Ul0.,sy8,J Mark Tapley. who was jolly under nil th .3 tom ."nd PurIVIn8'1trying circumstancos in whioh he wss K'-e l,n l.ll it l.. T j ,. j the blood. It has stood the test of years, with a con stantly growing rep utation, based on its Intrinsic virtues, and sustained by its re markable euros. So mild as to be safe and beneficial to children, nnd yet so searching as to effectually purge out tho great cor ruptions of tho blood, such as the scrofulous and syphilitic contamination. Impurities, or diseases that have lurked in the system for years, soon yield to this powerful anti dote, nnd disappear. Hence its wonderful cures, many of which are publicly known, of Scrofula, nnd nil scrofulous diseases, Ulcers, Irruptions, and eruptive dis orders of the skin, Tumors, Blotches, BolKl'imples, Pustules, Sores, St. Anthony's f ire, Hose or Krysipe las Tetter, Salt liheiim, Scald Head, Ringworm, and internal Ul cerations of the Uterus, Stomach, and Liver. It nlso cures other com plaints, to which it would not seem especi ally adapted, such ns Dropsy, Dyspep sia, Fits, Neuralgia, Heart Disease, Female Weakness, Dehility, and LeucorrJioea, when they are manifesta tions of tho scrofulous poisons. It is nn excellent rcstorev of health nnd strength in the Spring. I5y renewing the appetite nnd vigor of the digestive organs, it dissipates the depression ami listless lan guor ot the season. Even where no disorder appears, people feel better, and live longer, for cleansing the blood. The system moves on with renewed vigor and a new lease of life. PREPARED B Y Dr.J.C.AYER&CO., Lowell, Mass., Practical and Analytical Chemists. SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE. Aye r's Cherry Pectoral, For Diseases of the Throat and Tjungs, such as Coughs, Colds, Whooping Cough, Bronchitis, Asthma, and Consumption. Among tne K'.h. discoveries of modern science, few nro of more rent valiio to mankind than this ef- fi.ti,nl 1-i.mnitv liiv nil WW 4 diseases of tho Throat and Lungs. A vast A i. ;..t r , ;,-t,,. throughout this nnd other countries, has shown that it does surelv nnd enuetiinllv control them. Tho testimony of our best citi zens, of nil classes, establishes the fact, that CiiEitnr Pectoral will nnd does relievo nnd euro tho tilllicting disorders of the Throat nnd Lungs beyond any other medicine. The most dangerous nll'ections of the Pulmonary Organs yield to its power; anil cn?cs of t onsuinp. lion, cured by this preparation, are public ly known, so remarkable ns hardly to bo be lieved, were thoy not proven beyond dispute. As a remedy it is' adequate, on which the public may roly for full protection. By curing Coughs, the forerunners of more serious disease, it saves unnumbered lives, and im amount of siitleriiig not to he computed. It challenges trial, and con vinces the most sceptical. Every family should keep it on hand ns a ptotoctiou ncainst the early and unperceived attack of Pulmonnry Affections, which nro easily met ut first, hut which become Incurable, nnd too often fatal, if neglected. Ten der lungs need this defence; nnd it is unwise to he without it. As a safeguard lo children, amid the distressing diseases which Inset the Throat nnd Chest of childhood, C'ukhhy 1'kctoiiai. is invaluable-, for, hy its timely use, multi tudes are rescued from premature graves, nnd saved to the love and infection centred on them. It acts speedily and surelv against ordinary colds, securing sound nnd health-restoring sleep. Xo one will suffer troublesome Influenza nnd pain ful Bronchitis, when they know how easily they can bo cured. Originally the product of long, laborious, nnd successful chemical investigation, no cost or toil Is spared in making every bottle iu the utmost possible perfection. It may bo confidently re-' lied upon as possessing all the virtues it has ever exhibited, and capable of producing cure ns memorable as the greatest it bus ever effected. PREPARED BY Dr. J. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass., " Practical and Analytical Chemists. BOLD BT ALL DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE Ayer's Cathartic Pills, I-'or the rt.-1'u-r nnd cure oi all dci-miKe meats in tin' sioui neb, liver, anil bow ols. They are a mild aperient, nnd nn excellent ui;alie. lleiug piuel) i !-(rc table, they contain no uici-cury or mine. ra I whatever. Much Furious sickness iiiid siill'ei-iinr i- prevent I'll Itv Until' tlliie V li -e; nnd overt- family should have theiiion Intuit for their piolt-clioii nnd relief, when leucine. I. Long experience has proved them to he tiie snf est, 6iirul, ami best of nil the I'M with wliicb the murket abounds. Ity their occasional use, tiie blood is puritlcd, the corruptions of the sys tem expelled, obstructions removed, mid the whole muc.iiinei-y of life restored lo its healthy activity. Internal organs which become eloped and shi?ish are cleansed bv Ajicr' I'M, and stimulated into action. Thus Incipient iliense is changed into health, the value of which change, when reckoned on the vast multitudes who enjoy it, can hardly be computed. Their sugar coaling makes tliem pleasant to take, nnd preserves their virtues unimpaired for any length of time, so that they nro ever fresh, niid perfectly reliable. Although searching, they are mild, nnd operate without disturbance to the constitution, or diet, or occupation. Full directions are given on tho wrapper to cadi box, how to use them us a Family Physic, and for the following comphilHts, which llie-e Pills rapidly cure : . 1 or ).aiili4 or Iu.llirratl.on, I.latlrso nfH, Lttutf uur ami l.uaa of Ainilf. they should he taken moderately to aliiiuifale Ihu sloiu ai-h, and restore its healthy tone and action. Fur J.iv.T (,'onilwint and its various srmn. torn-, Itilloua Mva.lticue, Stick lletnl-Hc-h, Jaun.llt-e or Orec-n Kiirknca, ioua Colic and Ullloua t'rvrra, ihey should be judiciously taken for each rase, to correct the diseased action or remove the obstructions which cause it. For lr'itory or Diarrhoea, but ono mild dose is generally required. For Itlirumutiaiii. Uout, Kravfl, Im1 liltutiun of lli Heart, I'ialu iu she nii, Uaik und l.oia, Uiev should be contin uously taken, as required, to change the diseased action of the system. With such cliango thoso complaints disnppeur. - For llroiur and Dropaicul Swelllng-a, they should be taken iu large and frenueut doses to produce the encct of a drastic purge. ror tiuiir-aiiion. a large dose iliould be taken, as it produces the desired effect by sym pathy. As a Dinnrr Pill, take one or two Pillt to .promote digestion and relieve the stomach. An occasional dose stimulates tbe stomach and bowels, restores tbe appetite, and invigorates tho system. Hence it is often advantageous where no serious derangement exists. One who feels tolerably well, often llnds that a dose of these Pillt makos him feel decidedly better, from their cleansing und renovating eUeet ou the digestive apparatus. I'RtF-AltED DT 10 WELZ, MASS., U. 8. A. FOR SALE BY ALL UKL&OlolS F.VF.EY WHEEL. mi NE MILLION OF LIVES 8AVED. Is one of the most temarVable fnots of this remarkable ago, not that so many persons are the victims nf dyspepBiaor In digestion, bnt its willing victims. Now, we would not be understood to sny that any one regards dyspepsia with favor, or feels disposed to rank it among the luxuries of life, rarfrom it. Those who have ex perienced its torments would scout such ic idea. All dread it, and would gladly dis pense with its unpleasant familiarities. placed, never na 3 an annus oi ayspepstn, or his jolity would have speedily forsaken him. Of all the mtiltifitrfrnis diseases to which the huninn ' system is . liable, there is perhaps no one so generally prevalent ns dyspepsia. There are diseases more acute and painful, and waicb more lrenuently prove fatal, but none the effeets of which are so depressing to the mind and so positively distressing lo the body If thero is a wretched being in tho world il is A CONFIRMED DYSPEPTIC. We have said that dvsrieDsia is perhaps the most universal of human diseases. This is iiuphnf icnll.y the case in tbe United States. Whether this general prevalence is due to the chiirnoter of the food, the method of its preparation, or the hasty manner in which it is usually swallowed. " is not our province to explain. The great fnct with which we are called to deal is this: I'YSPEPSIA PREVAILS almost univet sully . ricarly every other person you meet is a victim, an Tvpparently willing- one; were this not the case, why so many sufferers, when a certain, speedy nnd safe remedy is within the ensy reach of all who will avail themselves of il? But says a dys peptic: What is this remedy? to which w. reply: This great allevator of human sulleritig is utmost as widely known as the rmgiish language. It has allayei the agonies of thousands, and is to-day carry comfnrt nnd encouragement to thousands nf others. This uckuowledned nanacea is noi.c other than Ur. IIOOFLAXD'S GERMAN BITTERS. Would you know more of the merits of this wonderful prcpniation than can he learned trim the experience of others? Try it yourself, anil when It has failed to rultil the assurance of its efficacy given by the proprietor, then abandon faith in it, LET IT BE REmEMBERED, first, of all, that HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTEHS is arum beverage. They are composed wholly of the pure juice or vital principle of roots. This is not a mere nssertton The extracts from which ihey are compounded are prepared by ono of the ablest of German chemists. Their effects can be beneficial only in all cases of the billiary system, lloofland's German Bittern stand without an equal, acting ptnmptly aud vigorously upon the liver; they remove its torpidity and. cause health ful secretion of bile thereby supplying the stomach with the most indispensable elements of soittid digestion in propor pro ponio is. They purify the hlnol. cleansing the vital fluid i. till hurtful impurities and su planting them with the elements of genuine benlthtttlness. Now, there aro certain classes ot per sons to whom extreme hitters are not only unpalatable, but who find it impossible to take them without positive discomfort. For such Dr. IIOOFLAXD'S GERMAN TONIC has been specially prepared. It is intended for use where a slight alcoholio stimulant is require in connection with tho well known Tonic properties of the pure Ger man Bitters. HOOFLAND'S TONIC acts wilh almost marvelous effect. It not only stimulates the flagging and wasting energies, hut invigorates and permanently strengthens its action upon the Liver nnd Stomach thorough, perhaps le?, prompt than the Bitters, when tne same quantity is taken is none the less certnin. Indigestion, Cillioueness, Physical or Ner vous pi-oslriitiou, yield readily to Its po tent influence. It gives the iuvalid a new and stronger hold upon life, removes de pression of spirit, and inspires cheerful ness. Dul Dr. Hoofland's benefactions to the human nice arc not confined to his celebrated GERMAN BITTERS, or his invaluahlo Tonic. He has prepared an other medicine, which is rapidly winning its way to popular favor because of its in trinsic metits. This i HOOFLAND'S! PODOIMIYLLIN PILLS, a perfect s-jhsti-tute for mercury without any of mercury's evil qualities. These wonderful Pills, which Ar Intend ed to net upon tho Liver, are mainly com. posed of Ptdonhvllin, or the vital pie of the mandrake root. It is the medi cinal virtues of this health-giving plant, in a perfectly pure ami highly concentrated form. The PoJnphyliin acts directly on the Liver, stimulatine its fnnotim. n,l causing it to mr.ke its Miliary seoretions in regular and proper quantities. The inju rious results which invariably follow tho use of mercury- is entirely avoided by their use. But it is not upon the Liver only that, their powers are exerted. The extract of Mandrake contained in them is skillfully combined with four other ex tracts, one of which acts upon the stomach, one upon the upper bowels, one upon the lower bowels, and prevents any griping effect, thus producing a pill that influences the enth e digestive and alimentary system, in an equal ami harmonious manner, and its action entirely Iree from nausea, vomit ing or griping pains common to all other purgatives. Possessing these much desirable qualities the Podophyllin becomes invaluable as a FAMILY MEDICINE. No household should be without them They are perfectly safe, require but two for an ordinary dose, are. prompt and effi cient in action, and when used in connec tion with Dr. Hoofland's German rik. or Tonic, may be regarded as certain spel cities in ull oases of Liver Complaint, Dvs- nnnain nt. a n r e.f .l.A A: 1 . .7 rr , . j . uiaoruers 10 which the system is ordidarly subject. The PODOPHYLLIN PILLS act upon the stomach and bawels, carrying off improper obstructions, while the Bitters or Tonio purify the blood, strengthen and invigorate the frime. give tone and appe tite to the stomach, and thug build ud tbe invalid anew. r Dr. Hoofland, having provided Internal remedies for disease, has given the world one mainly for external application, in the wonderful preparation known as Db. HOOFLAND'S GREEK OIL. This Oil is a sovereign remedy for pains and aches of all kinds. v Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Toothache. Clultlains, Sprains, Burns, Pain in the Back and Loins, Ringworms, etc., eto all yield to its external application ' Taken internally, it U a cure for Heart burns, Kidney Dtseascs, Sick Headaches, Colio, Dysentery, Cholera Morbus, Cramps Pains in the Stomach, Colds, Av hma, eto' These remedies will be sent by express to any locality, upon application to th. PRINCIPAL OFFICE, at the GERMAN MEDICINE STORE, No. 631 ARCH BT PHILADELPHIA CU BT CHAS. M. EVAN 8. Propriety Formerly C. M, JACKSON A? COi These Remtdte are for salt by jjrua. Storekeyers, and tedicin da?9el uhere. vla'lyl o