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THURSDAY. DEC. 5. 1872.'
Var Time at Ilidgtcay. Erie Express Fust do do Went do Mail Knot do do West Renovo Accommodation East... .12:38 a. m. , 2:25 a. in. , 4:50 p. ra. 2:0" n. m. . 6:40 a tn. do do do West....- B:14 p. m. Hates of Advertising. On column, one year $"" 00 ' 40 00 25 00 . " " 15 00 Trnnsient Advertising per square of eight lines or less 8 times or loss 2 00 Business cards, ten lines or loss, per yenr 5 00 Marriages and Death notices inserted gratis. Elk Lolge, A. T. M Stated meetings of Elk Lodge will he held at their hall on thi second and fourth Tuesday of each month. 0. L. McCRACKEN, Scc'y. Temple of Honor and Temoerance. Elkton Temple No. 81, meets on ca::h alternate Thursday, at their Lodga Room, on Main sircet, over J. V. Honk's store. S. A. ROTE. .V. R. Grace Crtcnctl. Hours of servico, 10:30 A. M. and '7 P. M. Sunday School 2 P. M Peat free. Hartley's Drug Storo is the place to fiud tho Elixur of life, to-wit : Pure Drugs. Elk County in our judgement has 88 (air a prospect for being a lcadiog county in all the industries that go to make a great state, as any other iu the old "Key Stone" Common wealth. It is true there is not so much urablc soil to give it rcpututiou as au agricultural dis trict, but there are other iccorees of wealth that will amply repay for this lack We have not been aocuitouicd to give to our watcj power in Elk county as much consideration as the matter seems to demand. First class facilities bs to wa ter power tells well on auy community. Men of capital anxious to find employ ment for their money in manufactures loud Mell to the opportunities for work ing; niachsnciy with water. So far as wa.er noweo is eooscrned we clenn chut no manufacturing district of the same aera, in New England has any better Now England rasis no roorr wool or cotton than does Elk county, the cotton and yco made un into fabrics in New England are grown where soil and other conveuieuccs make it proGtable. The raw material is shipped by water and tai to points convenient for manufacturing We have Phiadolphia, New York and Baltimore on the east and south east Hides of us and Pittsburg, and Eric on the west and south west of us, all com muuicating with the cotton and wool growing districts of the country, and through railroad lines from the points Darned, making our water power,as avail able for manufacturing purposes as any pot in tho manufacturing districts ol New England, while our hill and moun tains are no higher. But more of this in tho future. Oliver Optio'b Magazine for Decern ber contains the conclusion of Oliver Optic's story, "Little Bobtail" (which is to be succeeded in tho January uumber by the Yacht Club"), the conclusion of Elijah Kellogg's story "Winning his Spurs" (which is to be succeeded in the January number by "The Turning cf the tide)." Vitginia F. Townsend's story, "Only Girls," is concluded in this number. The capital illustrated sketches "Among the Ilattsmen," are also finish ed in this number. B. P. Shillaber ("Mrs. Partington") coutributes a hu rnorous dialogue, "Scandal." The Po- etry, Stories, and Sketches, Puzzling Head-Work, Pigeon-Hole Papers, &c, and the full-page illustrations, of which there are four, also contribute to make a number which will delight the eye and the senses. Nothing better than Oliver Optic's Magazine was ever pre pared for young folks. Lee & Shepard, Boston, are the publishers: at $2,50 per year. The Little Corporal for December is emphatically a bolliday number, as it is full of good things for Christmas read ing. The new story by Mrs. Miller has already developed sufficiently to assure every reader that it is to be one of tbe best things for the coming yar. The letter to Santa Claus; by the same writer, is one ef the best things in this number. Mrs. Weeks' popular serial, "Dora," is brough t to a close; and a new story by the same author is announced for the next year; also, a story by Mary A Den nison, to begin in the January number. We know of no better magazine for boys and girls than this. Send $1,60 to the Publisher, John E. Miller, Chicago, aud receive the magazine one year, and a pair of beautiful chromos. At given in the Pittsburgh "Peoples Monthly" for NoAember, is said not only to be the best likeness of him CAer Pub lished, but the best wood cut portrait ever produced in this country. There are six other good and beautifully printed illus trations in this number as also the usual suhply of original and selected matter. The exciting historical "Serial," " Old Fort Duquesne" now draws towards a conclusion to be followed by others equ ally as thrilling and interesting New type, a "new head," and tinted paper are announced for the Chistmas number, for only twenty five cents; yearly sub scription 81,50. Address Peoples Month ly, Pittsburg, ' Pa, Agents on very large commission, wanted everywhere. Deer are becomiugso plentiful in the up-rier district that sportsmen find no difficulty in laying in a winter's stock of venison in a few days' shooting, so that deer meat is just now a drug in the mark et. On yesterdey afternoon the enei ncer of 28 on the Oil Creek road went in for a deer hunt on the rail and a short distance above Tionesta managed to kill a handsome buck by driving the sngine over his hind quarters, and from that to Irvincton tho passengers were regaled by tho perfume floating on the breezes, of deer meat roasting in the caboose. Oil City Telegraph A DiSTiNOUisrikD manufacturer in Philadelphia is preparing a plan for a magnificent column, a thousand feet high to be constructed entirely of iron, in open work, from the summit of which the vast area of Fairmount Park, and es pecially the immediate grounds of tt e Centennial exposition, are to be illumi nated by means of a Drummond light. Should his suggestion be practicable, as scientific men declure it is, it will be the loftiest monument of the world. The Mrrtoo House in Erie is to widely known, that every body in Elk county knows it cither by having slop ed there, or knows of it from tricods who have been there. Its locctiou is central for business, and is second to none in the city. m m The artlc'es comprising a toilet set are just the thing that every good house keeper needs, nor will they be without the set any longer than their scarcity in the market compels. ' There is now no longer any neccsity for being without a toilet set in Ridgwiiy, for W. S. Service & Co., 42 Maiu streot. are constaully keeping n choice article in that line, and wives would do well to reduce husbands to quartet rations iu the comforts ot life until tbe toilet set is added to the con veniences of housekeeping. LIST of Traverse Jurors in attend ance at January Term. 1872. ol Quarter Sessions ol Eik County (the 2d Mnni'ay, iu January being the 13th day.) Bknzotte Wallace II. Johnson. Benzinokr Peter Ueederer, Wolf gang Weigcl, John M. Meyer. (Jasper Wegemer, John Swartzfisher, Andrew Kuul Fox Andre Crouse, II. B. Shons. N G. Bundy, Hubert Thompson, Peter Bouzart, HoKTON Jacob Haitman,Jolin Win klelileeh, Reuben Keller Thomas Birch fi Id. Jay John Turley, Jr., Mathius He ofT, Joseph Uhl, William M. Webb. Zenas Webb. Jones Horace Stark, Goorge Bre chtcl, Jr., Joseph II etzmicker, Theodore Cook. Millstone John Greenwalt. Uidoway L. 0. Hortou, George Overholtzer. St. Marys John Waehtel, George Weigel, Jr., Henry Fey, Michael Fim mett. Spring Creek Hiram Cormao, Jer emiah Elliott, Martin Perriu. LIST of Gran 1 Jurors in attendance at January Term, 1873, of Quarter Sessious of Elk County. Ijbnezette John Murray. Erasmus B. Morey, Martin Enz. Benzinqer Chaales Kronenaetter, Andrew Meisel, Anton Bille. Fox Liwrance Mohan, Jr., Peter Ilollobouwh, Jacob McOaulby. Jay A. B. Robinson, John Thomas, Patiich IL Burke, Jacob A. Spangler. jones u. U. Uarlick. Millstone Hiram Haught. Ridqway Thomas Noon, B. F. Ely. G. G. Messenger, G. D. Messenger Jer ry Thompson, Joseph M. Heard, U. Cook. St. Marys John Frindlev. New Advertisements. NOTICE. Ia beieby given, that my wife, Emma Ann French, has left my bed and board, without just cause or provication, I hereby forbid all persons from harbori ng or tust- mg her on my account , ae I will not pay any debts of her contracting af ter this date. - Kidgway, fa. Deo. 2. 1872. M. K. FRENCH. AGENTS WANTED! The unparalelled success of the "Victor Sewing Machine," East and West, opens a good opportunity for Sewing Machins agents and responsible men to take the agency for this county. For Circulars, samples of wo.-k and terms, address, THE VICTOR Sewing Machine Company, J. L. FERGUSON, MANAGER, No. 1227 Chestnut Street, PHILADELPHIA, nov. 27 lm. tt9SAMii7 Tl'K l.-tO.'U-.WivlT.S' Tl uv.ro.-;,; -i:('.-adm i.? i il li'l 'id on eery pai kagc, t.. ! il is r..l a sm-rot p i p. raii- Imiisk IAX3 r:u:M-K i ,!tid a cerium riiie for fjiria . ! ' phdi - in nil IN ft rm-, niici:: j'lMii, f"'l;iii I i:ic!ifi:, l.ivir (' j'llnii t KLid all uiM.t.stg id i j ..It od. f I P.'-? 'T.Y- T"S "ft" i - wi!l io mo") ,';orri t'i:i tun hni'' jol :li! Syrup til' :-rnj. jri' J hz unosrioneq phvs:c;a:. hnvi u-m1 'irii''nlii. t!.Piprn-ti. Itor the p.-t ti.it.-ii ,',-i:irs .. I l" ! iM -s.. it pin rcM.iliu Aiiur.it. . i.i i.l Lined I u:i.'icr. r.H. T. .-. rr-n.if SaHimota. "U. T. . V..M i.l.v, 1UU l W. i;.a"H. I'Jil I . O. P.- , l.I.i.Y. jtt'l.J S.fi'AHK.., 01 Xirhota." ,DH. J'!'l.. .Mi-CASI :iA, C;.!iiim br. a. n. von:.!'..., Fiigwotnii, I . - . U ,J . l is A . . 1 1 U C. '.i. n. r --.- is -0N2, iv.i v. I v-. '-. tV. --M-TK..I.. .,.n, JVti. A. y. Hi.I.V.i(. l..i:.a, Uii.-. H I: .. t., Mini !!...,. sAO.'l I ". ''n:v.-i;'. : .i.;-t.. ;. v, . '.viij-..v, j 1.0!O,Tci-n. j O.iv ?,;,i ? i' i'l rt't fil!..-v m r - It;:. 1 '' :. J 'I i'l !'. !! 1-:ii.'io! ii. i. 'i (,t. ' j i rrj.i n u r .'.illtr.. tt V .;:. sti j-i-r iir li. h: y t t-y h.- ii::r;i in '.' ") t-'A ill'".; nC (' '1: piii! n t'l-u!.1. '"ilii't,' ;:i..-t .:!:s. anil jou l,e its.. .'ih. ;nsn.ln!i in y. ' Iv rlirii'.' ;;.r.?0 tl.S'J-JM-t A.. JTJtWfc. tT i P .j'Ci.; v:v y $ 5 0 0 0. 0 0 . BONDS FOR SALE. The Slate Uoiid Coniinij-sinners unrip -Hie Act of Assembly, approved April 17. 185!); entitled, 'im Act nppniiiting t'oin migaionci to lay nut a Mule linid fioni Knne to Campbells Mill, in MuKi-im County, Pe..nV" Will fell live thousand dollars iu bnn Is in bums to suit pnrnli ixero for an v inloi niaiion scspoutini sai l h md &c, npplv p'TsonaMy. or by Inter to W'. S, OVUTTE. .Siet:.pnt, Pa. By order of llie ( 'niiitnUs ouers. O. D. COI.EM N, Trctmiror. AGENT'S WAiJIED- "INSECTS AT HOKE." 700 puce: upwards of "HO nuts: 21 full page Piigravinm. .lunt the Iionk for iu lellignn rural lionics." The drawings nr faithful representation!! ot lnxeol ninl I'lnnt.' Send lor Circular. Acbliei-s Oko. BnooKs. 124 North Seventh St , Philadel phia. DlSOi.CTlON NdTiCK. The co par imi siiip licreioforn exist ing llli'l.-r tin- firm inline of t. .I:loknii & -Co., is lliis day 1 1 i -nlveil by inii nal con- . .1... 1.. .1 1 . .1 .-111. 1 hu u'iiik ii:in uuuunni arc in hip iiauds of W. S. IVvvien. wlio nl'Uie i.i em powered to cuUcci and eiib' the funic. Tl;c business w i il be contitiiipd in future by W. S. Service, & Co. W. S. .sUiiVlCK. S.U.YLU J CR :oN; Ridgwny. l'a. Oct. 17th, IS72. F OR SAI.K. A fplendid yoke of catilo Iniii;ro ot W. S. Service & Ci.. VI) M I N 1ST HAT) ICS N ll'l t. K N.h i.-c-hercby given that letici- of Adinin atvation 01. the estate of Oliver 1'. Kelt, deceased, late of Kiie City, Pennsylvania, having be en grunted to the uudei-signe.t. all persona indebted Iu uaid esinle will please make inti.iu lia'c pivucni. aud ih isc having cia uis cr demands ill present lliem properly M-tlunticiitiu forntt emenl :v;, out delay. ii:JRidgTi-y. J. K. WIIIT.MOlli:, Admr. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE Notice is hereby given that leltrs of Admin iatiation on the estate of Adelplius Kvlt-r. decenscd, lain of Fox town8hip. Elk County. Pennsylvania, having beeen granted to the undersigned, all persons indebted to Slid estate vcill pleaso make immediate payment, and those having claims or de mands wii! present them properly authenti cated for settlement without delay. PUTER- THOMPSON', , FLORETTA KYLE It, j Itnr's. 23-4! K STRAY. Found on the promises of tho sub scriber, October I2ili 1872. A dark bay Hoifc, said horse is of medium me; ttoh aileil, white strip in face and one lore fool white. The owner thereof is requested to come forward prove proerly. pay charges and take him away. Othirwise I19 will be dispostd tf according to law. lit! AS MOVER. Kyler's Corners, Elk Co.. Pn. AGENTS. 510 to $20 PER DAY GUARANTEED. Specimens and full particulars free. Address WOOD.S LITER ARY AND ART AGENCY". Ncwburgh, N. Y. lkoal 1 Catharine J. l ine J. fiowen, ) In On vs. Elk ISowen. J No. 2 In l ommon l'leas of lk County. James ISowen. J No. 2 April T. 1871. Libel in Divorce, a vinculo m itrimoiiii. To James Jioiven. respondent about namcJ; You are hereby notified that tho suhpoena and alias subpoena in the above case having been returned titm esi invent i, you are re quired to appear on the FIRST MONDAY OF NOVEMBER next, being the 4' b day of tho month, to answer tbe complaint in the above case. D. C. OYSTER, Shoriff. SiiKRivr's OrriCE, T Ridgway, July 6th, 1871. nl8to. ADVERTISE BY MAIU gS CENTS 1 A GEO.R ROWELlftCQ 1 41. PARK ROW I oWEWYORtC 5 4the yA NEW STORE AND NEW UOODS. HOUSEWARE, AND HOUSEFURNISHING GOODS. Carpenters Tools, . Blacksmiths Tools, Farmers Tools, ' Lumbermen Tools. In fact everything usually kept in a first-class Hardware Store. A FST-gyiSS IB SHOP, Employing none hut first-class Workmen, and nothing hut ftrst clabS material used. t OPPOSITE THE COURT W- Oct 2l-tf. ST. MARY'S F OUNDRY AND MACHINE SHOP. ST. MARY'S. ELK CO., PA. MiNtKACTi-nr.ps or ft 1, I'- s iM. 1- in T a Machinery for SAW and CUIST MILS TANN KFiIKS, AND BIUGK YAUDS, FARMING! IMl'LKMENTS. P110I1 as I'lo-vs, Tlircshing MitchiDOS, Stump Machines, kc. SASH WEIGHTS, CELLAR GUARDS, C A It PUT STRIPS, IE01T RAILING FOR V23ANDAS AND CEMETERY'. FARM BELLS, IRON KETTLES OF ALLSIZT.S. HEATERS AND STOVES Cnr wheels all izes for Railroad con tractors, mill tut n. and nil who are tn want of tbcui, solid or will) arum, chilled or not. In short everything niado out of irnn, e solicit the tr'udB of E.k and adj.tiDinj; counties. Give u a trial is all wc ak. Fcundrv cor. Mill and St. Mary's Sts. St. Mary's, Elk Co., Pa. L. II. GARNEit&URO. v2-23if. HOW 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 ia examination of Routes will ia many casses save much trouble, time aud money. The "C, B. & Q. R. R.," running from Chicago, through Galesburg to Burlington, and the I., B.&W. Route',' running from Indianapolis, through Bloomington to Burlingtoa, have achiev ed a splendid reputation in the last two years as tho leading Passengers Routes to tho West. At Burliogtoo they con nect with the B if M. R. R. and from the great Burlington Route, which runs direct through Southern Iowa to Nebras ka aud Kansas, with close connections to California and the Territories ; and passengers starting from Elk County, on their way westward, cannot do better than to take the Burlington Route. This Line has published a pamphlet called "How to West," which con tains much valuaoie information; a large correct map ol the Orea Wet, which can be obtained free of 'chaige by ad dressing the General Passenger Agent B &M.R. R.B 9 , Iowa. - 42 HOUSE, RIDGWAY, PA. SERVICE & CO. -VPV STAOK ROUTE. J. C. JU'ZXS, Proprietor. i Tho subscriber having secured the con tract for carrying the U. . Mail between REYNO & BROCIiWAYVILLB, has placed Qn that road a line of backs. Hacks leave the Exchange Hotel in Heynoldville every Tuesday, Thursday and .Saturday on the airival of the Di-oouville ! siaue. and return the eaine day. These j backs connect at Rrockwayville with the I Ui.lgway Btoges, making connection with I liains on Ihe 1'. & K. Road, both east and iwesl. Every nitention to the comfort of nB 9 .l.;a ...ill Via tivi.h nn. I a i I'llllUII. I Ull.T 1(1. W ...I. W U..N.U, .... jibcra, patronage soliciied. Aug. lJl-Tit. Music for the Campaign. Till: HI 1)0 IV AY SILVER CORNET HAND will furnish music for all political meetinga during Ihe campaign. NEW INSTRUMENTS AND MEW MUSIC. Terms moderate I). B. DAY, Leader. J. 0. W.JBA1LEY, Pct'y. Ridgway, Fa , Aug. 13. 1S72. Presidential Campaign. Caps, CapesJ: Torchev. Send forlllusl rated Cir cular and Price Lint. CUNNINGHAM & HILL, MANUFACTURERS. iNo. iU-i Utiurcll Mrett. PHILADELPHIA l-SIt 1 3. JjIRED. oCIIOENING, VfllOLKMALI AND HKTAIL DIALER IN PI ANO-FO UTES, OUG ANS, 8HKKT MUSIC, and MUSIC BOOKS. Piano and organs to rent and rental ap plied if purchased. Prothonotary's Office, Ridgway, Pa. v2n20tf. LKOAL. Jam eh II Wither, 1 Iu Common Pleas ts. V of Elk County. Kate H. Wilber. J 21 April T., '72. Libel in Divorce, a vinculo matrimonii. To Katt II. ttilbtr, respondent above namni: You aie hereby notified that the subpocni and alias subpoena in the above case hav ing been returned non eat inventut. you are required to appear on the FIRST MONDAY OF NOVfiM. next, being the 5th day of the month, to answer the complaint in the above case. D. C. OYSTER, Sheriff-. Shkripf's Offici, 1 Bidgway, July 4th, 1872. f 13tc. lioal.J Catharine J. Bowen, In Common Pleas of Elk County. James Bowen. J No. 2 April T. 71. Libel in Divorce, a vinculo matrimonii. To Jamet Bowen, respondent above named: You are hereby notified that the subpoena and alias subpoena in the above case having been returue i non est inventut, you aro re quired to appear on the THIRD MONDAY OF OCTOBER next, being the 6lh day of the month, to answer the complaint in the abovt ease. D. C. OYSTER, Sheriff. Sheriff's Office, 1 Ridgway, Aug. 4th, 1B72. fnl8to. For Sale. Lots to suit buyers. Large or small, on ong time, one-fourth cash, baUn.wa ten ears. Inquire of II. Little, Ridly.y, ' or . K. WoNulty, No. 850 Broad w S w oik. "i-iOoil. POWELL & KIME. Powell & Kimc Having erected a large and well arranged new Store Houpe on the old site, since the fire, and filled It from et, '.larlo garret, with the choicest goods of all description, that can he found in any market, arc fully pre pared to receiveihvlr aid cuptomci-s, and xupply their wautt, at bottom figures WHOLESALE Oil RETAIL. Their assort.v.eut is now complete, com prising DRV COOPS GROCERIES, CROCKERY, HARDWARE, CLOTHING, HOOTS AND SHOES, 11 ATS AND CAPS, NOTlONS(etc, etc. POP.K. FLOUR. SALT. Feed, He axis, Butter, DRIED APPLES, DRIED PEACHES, Canned Goods, In short everything'wnnled in the. Country by LUMBERMEN, FARMERS, ME CHANICS, MINERS, TAN NERS, LABORING MEN, EVERYBODY Also full stock ef MANILLA ROPE of the best manufacture, of suitable sixes for rafting and running purposes. Ridgwsy, Pa., Uiroh J', ANE MILLION OF LIVES SAVED. Is one of the most remarkable facta of this remarkable age, not that so many persons are the viotimf of dyspepsia or In digestion, but. "Its willing vlotimSi Now, we would not be understood to say that any one regards dyxpepsia -with favor, or feels disposed to rank il among the luxuries of life. Far from It.. - Those who have ex perienced lis torments would soout such ac idea. All dread il. and would gladly dis pernio with ils unpleasant familiarities. Slnrk Tapley. who was jolly under all the trying circumstances in which he was placed, never had nn attack of dyspepsia, or his jolity would have Bpeedily forsaken him. Of all the multifarious diseases to which the human system is liable, there is perhaps no one so generally prevalent as dyspepsia. There are disc '.pes more acute and painful, and which more frequently prove fatal, but none the effects of which are so depressing '0 li e mind and so positively distressing to the hod. If there is a wretched being in the world it Is A CONFIRMED DYSPEPTIC. We have said that dyspepsia is perhaps the most universal of human diseases. This is impliatically the case in the United Slates. Whether this general prevalence is due to the character of the food, the mcthidof its preparation, or the hasty manner in which it is usually swallowed, is not our province to explain. The great, fact with which we are colled to deal -s this: DYSPEPSIA PREVAILS almost uuivet sally. Nearly every other person you meeti victim, an apparently willing one; were this not the case, why so many sufferers, when a certain, speedy and safe remedy is within the eay reach of all who will n vail themselves of it? But says a dys peptic: What is this remedy? to which we reply: This great allevator of human suffering is almost as widely known as the English language. It has allayed the ngunies of thousands, and is to-day carry comfort and encouragement to thousands of others. This acknowledged panacea! s noLe other than Dr. HOOFLANDS GERMAN BITTERS Would you know more of the merits of this wonderful preparation than can be learned from the experience of others? Try it yourself, and when it has failed to fulfil the assurance of its efficacy given by the proprietor, then abandon faith in it, LET IT BE RE m EM BE RED, first of all, that HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS is -o 1'rum beverage. They are composed wholly of the pure juice or vital principle of roots. This is nota mcro nssertion. The extraots from which they are compounded are prepared by one of the ablest of German chemists. Their effects can be beneficial only in all oases of the billiory system. Hoofland's German Bitlorg stand without an equal, aoting promptly and vigorously upon the liver; they remove its torpidity and cause health ful secret iou of bile thereby supplying (ho stomach with the most indispensable elements of sound digestion in proper pro poriio38. They purify the blood, cleansing the vital fluid i all hurtful impurities and su planling them with the elements of genuine heilthfulness. Now, there are certain classes of per sons to whom extreme Bitters are not only unpalatable, but who find it impossible to tako thein without positive discomfort. For such Dr. HOOFLAND'S GERMAN TONIO hag beeu specially prepared. It is intended for use where a slight alcoholio stimulant is require 1 in connection with the well- known Tonic properties of the pure Ger- uihu uuiers. HOOFLAND'S TONIC acts wilh almost marvelous effect. It not only stimulates the flagging and wasting energies, but invigorates and permanently strengthens its action upon the Liver and Stomach thorough, perhaps less prompt than the Bitlors, when the same quantity is taken is none the less certain. Indigestion, ISilliousuess, Physical or Ner vous prostration, yield readily to its po tent influence. It gives the invalid a nevF and stronger hold upon life, removes de pression of spirit, and inspires cheerful ness. But Dr. Hoofland's benefactions in the human race are not confined to his celebrated GERMAN BITTERS, or his invaluable Tonic. Ho has rrcnared an. other medicine, which is rapidly winning its way to popular favor because of its in trinsic mctits. This is HOOFf.AMn'si PODOPI1YLLIN PILLS, a perfect substi tute for mercury without auy of mercury's evil qualities. These wonderful Pills, which are Intend. cd to act upon the Liver, are mainly com. posed of I'cdophytlin, or the vital princi ple or the mandrake root. It is the medi cinal virtues of this health-giving plant, in a perfectly pure and highly concentrated form. Tho Podophyliin acts directly on the Liver, stimulating its functions and causing it to make its billiary secretions ia regular and proper quantities. The inju rious results which invariably follow ihe 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 skiutully 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 effcot, thus producing a pill that influences tne enure digestive and alimentary system, in nn equal and harmonious manner, anil its action entirely tree from nausea, vomit ing or griping pains common, to all other purgatives. Possessing Miese much desirable qualities ihe Podophyliin becomes invaluable aB a FAMILY MEDICINE. No household shnnlrl ha.arihn !.. They are perfectly safe, require but tw for an ordinary dose, are prompt and effi cient in action, and when used in connec tion with Dr. Hoofland's German Bitters, or Tonic, may be regarded as oertaia spe cifics in all cases of Liver Complaint, Dys pepsia, 01- uy 01 me uisoruers to which tbe system is ordidarly subject. The act upon the stomach and bowels, carrying off improper obstructions, while the Bitters or Tonic purify the blood, strengthen and invigorate the fnme, give tone and app. tite to the stomach, and thus build up tbe invalid anew. Dr. Hoofland, having provided internal remedies for disease, has given the world one mainly for external application, ia the wouderful preparation known as Dr. HOOFLAND'S GREEK OIL. This Oil is a sovereign remedy for pains and aches of all kinds. Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Toothache, Chilblains, Sprains, Burns, Pain ia the Back and Loins, Ringworms, eto., etc, all yield to its external application. Taken internally, it is a oure for Heart burns, Kidney Diseases, Sick Headaches, Colio, Dysentery, Cholera Morbus, Cramps! Pains in the Stomach, Colds, At' hma, eto. These remedies will be sent by express to any locality, upon application to the PRINCIPAL OFFICE, at the GERMAN MEDICINE STORE, No. C31 ARCH ST PHILADELPHIA CIIAS. M. EVANS, Proprietor. Formerly C. M. JACKSON & CO Then Kemedie art for tale by Vruaatttt Storekeeper and Medicine Dealtre etrv where. ln24yl