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tHCRaDAY. JAN. 2. 18T3.
Car Time at Itletgtcay. Erie Express East 2:04 a. in. do do West 2:'2R ft. m. do Mail East 5:00 p. m. do do West , 2:28 a. m. Renovo Accommodation East 8:50 a m. do do do AVest 0:15 p. m. 'Bates of Advertising., On column, one year $75 00 ' " 40 00 " " 25 00 i " " " 15 00 Transient advertising per square of eight lines or less 3 times or less 2 00 Business cards, ten lines or less, per year 5 00 Marriages and Death notices inserted gratis Elk Lodge, A. Y. H Stated meetings of Elk Lodge will be held at their hall on the second and fourth Tuesdays of each month. G. L. McCRACKEN, Sec'y. Temple of Honor and Temperance. Elkton Temple No. 81, meets on ea;h alternate Thursday, at. their Lodge Room, on Main street, over J. V. HouVs store. S. A. ROTE, W. R. GftACB Cnuacrr. Hours of service", 11:00 A. M. and 7 P. M. Sunday Scheol 9 45 A. M . Seata free. Th Commissioners or' Elk County, will meet at their office in Rigway, on Monday January 6th, 1873. C. II. McCaulet, Clerk. Our people should bear in mind that Dr. W. L. Popple, is always on hand to do op the old teeth in all the ways known to the profession. Don't live a minute with the tooth ache, but go strightway to Dr. Popple's Hyde House This excellent Hotel is kept open day and night to receive and accommodate the travelling public. It requires no argument to prove it to be a first class hotel, first class in all its appointments As to barn arrangements it is not excelled in the couuty. So that man and beast has every want met and fully supplied. Persons wishing to mark the spot where their lovd ones sleep the years of time away, with head and foot stones can do no better anywhere in North western Pa., than at Tho's Bell's Mar ble works, Wanen, Pa. Mr. Hell is an accomplished workman and proupt in filling ordets. Shoemakinq. Our townsman, N. B. Waterson, is always to be found at hi." place of business on Main St. Mr. 'Waterson can make a pair of boots ''he cun," and make them right, and ulways Works to order, to suit the notions of his customers. Give him a trial and know for yourself. W. S. Service & Co., 42 Main st., still continues to be the centre of attrac tion in the hardware line. Those .beau tiful swell box cutters are comcing all the time, but they keep going too. The fh'eat trouble w'nh this reliable firm is, lie difficulty of keeping stocked up such is the constant demauil for goods. They sfo determined however that every de mand must and shall be met. It would be interesting to know what beeame of that brace of ''Laddies," that undertook to rig up a tubular lantern lamp tbe other night, and could'nt make it work until one of them carried it to the Hardware man at No. 42 Main St., and was informed that by turning the bur ner "right bide ud with care" he thought it would work, and so it did. Tuf West End Art Gallery conduct ed by S. A. Rote, is not only the place to get piciures taken of the very first quality as to artistic skill and finish, but also the place to purchase steriescopes and views, and if you have a picture to frame it is the place to have it done, as he keeps all varieties of frames, and docs the work of framing io the best possible manner. Mr. Kote has no su perior .igjiis line.. . Warren. Yesterday we made a fly ing trip to Warren on busiuess, and dur ing the few hours we were there we look ed into the Mail office and found friend Cowan busy but pleasant, gettiug ready to keep happy New Year with his boys. We then fell upon Mr Weaver, the genial agent of the Variety Hall store, and with him called on the man of Piso's Cure renown, made so from its happy ef fect upon the afflicted who have the good fortune to get it, and the good sense to take it. . Hazeltine was busy with his chemicals but genial, and gave us the liberty of his establishment. The place looks like business, means business, and is doing a large business. From there we weDt with Mr. Weaver to Variety Hall store. The place is properly nam ed and is a very bive of activity, all hands are busy with plenty of customers "for good and cheap goods. Our trip to Warren was exceedingly pleasant and gave us a better idea of the place than we ever bad before. Soribner'b Monthly. The De cember and January numbers of this ex cellent monthly are on our table. There need be no cavil about Scribner'a for it ranks among the best monthlies of the world. One of the leading features of the Magazine for the year 1873 will be a series of illustrated articles entitled "Tba Great South," by Edward King. The articles will bo national, and there fore interesting and valuable, We have a "Great West'' and much said about it, we have a great South, and but little said of it. Price $4, per annum. Ad dress Scribncr & Co. 654 Broadway, New York. Godit's Lady's Book for January contains tho following handsome illus trations: ''Going to School in Winter," a superior steel engraving; a steel plate title-page, containing several pictures; an elaborate colored fashion plate; a col ored plate of fancy work; "Happy New Year," one of Godty's original designs on colored paper; and an abundance of of novelties for the toilet. The work department is interspersed with a variety of useful designs. Drawing lessons.are also given. The literary matter is made up from stories and articles from the best magazine writers in the country. Marion Hailand commences her new novelette in this number. kabsisd. At the residence of (lie bride's'fatlier, by the Rev. Win. M. Burchffcld, Mr. George R. Woohwari), of Pcnfiold, Clearfield Co., to Miss Mattib J. EARrr, of Centeryille, Elk Co., Pa. At the residence of D. C. Oyster, by Rev. J. W. Davis, Mr. Hkxrt H. Wknsel, to Miss Elizabeth Mohnkt, all of Ridgway, Pa. LIST of Traverse Jurors in attend ance at January Term, 1873. of Quarter Sessions of Elk County (the 2d Monday, in January being the 13th day.) Benzqtte Wallace II. Johnson. Benzinger 1'eter Kecderer, Wolf gang Weigel, John M. Meyer, Casper Wegemer, John Swartzfisher, Andrew Kaul t Fox Andrea Crouso, II. B. Shons, N- G. Bundy, Robert Thompson, Peter Bonzart. Horton Jacob IIaitman,John Win kleblech, Reuben Keller Thomas Birch Geld. Jay John Turley, Jr., Mathias He off, Joseph Uhl, William M. Webb, Zenas Webb. Jones Horace Stark", George Bre chtel, Jr., Joseph Hetzmicker, Theodore Cook. Millstone John Greenwalt. Kidqway L. C. Horton, George Overholtzer. St. Marys John Wachtel, George Weigel, Jr., Henry Fey, Michael Fim uiett. Si'Riso Creek Hiram Corman, Jer emiah Elliott, Martin Perrin. LIST of Grand Jurors in attendance at January Term, 1873, of Quarter Sessions of Elk County. lin.NEZETTE John Murray, hrasmus B. Morcy, Martin Enz. Benzi.no er Chaales Kronenaetter, Audrew Meisel, Anton liille. Fox Lawrance Mohan, Jr., Peter Hollobouwh, Jacob McCaulby. Jay A. B. Robinson, John Thomas. Patrich H. Burke, Jacob A. Spangler. Jones G. O. Garlick. Millstone Hiram Raught. Ridoway Thomas Nooo B. F. Ely, G. t. Messenger, G. D Messcuger Jer ry Thompson, Joseph M. Heard, E. Cook. St. Marys John Frindley. Court Proclamation. Notice is hereby given that the several Courts of Common Pleas, General Quartet Sefsions of the Peace, and Orphans Court, of Oyer and Terminer and General Jail De livery, in and for the County of Elk, will commence at the Coin t House, in tbe bor on cli of Ridgway, at 10 o'clock A. M-, on MONDAY JANUARY the 13ih next, and ill continue one week. The Coroner, Justices of the Peace and Constables in aud for the county of Elk are requested to be then and there in their proper persons, with their rolls, records, inquisitions, and other remember mces, to do those things to thsir several offices ap pertaining to be done. Ana all witnesses prosecuting in behalf of the Commonweal h against any prisonev.are requested sad com manded to be then and there attending in their proper person to prosecute against him as shall be just and not to dtpart without leave at their peril. Juors are re quested to be punctual in their attendance at tiie time appointed, agreeably to then notices. Given under my'hand at Ridgway, the 1st day of December, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and seventy two. D. C. OYSTER, Sheriff. New Advertisements. THE Organ Co. Manufacture tub Celebrated Jubilee and Temple ORGANS. These Organs are unsurpassed in quality of tone, style of finish, simplicty of con struction, and durability. Also MELODEONS in various eyles, and unequaled in tone. Send for Illustrated Catalogue Address NEW HAVEN OR3AN CO., New Haven, Conn. Agents Wanted. dee 19 Sm AGENTS WANTED! The unparalelled success of the "Viotor Sewing Machine," East and West, opensa good opportunity for Sewing Machins agents and responsible men to take the agency for this County. For Circulars, samples of work and terms, address, Saving Mac) hinc.Company, J. L. FE11QUSON. MANAGER,. No. 1227 Chestnut Street, PHILADELPHIA, nor. 27 lm. STRAUSS' FAVORITE WALTZES. We have just issued Straus' Waltzes in two volums, price $1 each in boards 5 each in clolh. The two volumes contain over Forty Beautiful Waltzes, worth at least $35 in sheet form. In ordering from other dealers be particularto ask for Peters' Editions of Strauss' Waltzes, as it is the only corret and complete ediition. Address, J. L Peters Music Publisher, 09!IBroadwoy, N. Y. dec 19 Manhood: How Lost, How Restored. Just published; n new edi tion of Da. Cui.vkkwll's Celebrated Essay on the radical cure (with out medicine) of Spermatorrhoea ov faenu nal weakness. Involuntary Seminal Losses, Impotenct, Mental and Physical Incapac ity, Impediments to Marriage, etc; also, Consumption. Epilepsy and Fits, induced by self indulgence or sexual extravagance. rU"Price in a sealed envolope, only ti ecnts. The celebrated author, in this adinirub'.e essay, clearly demonstrates from a thirty years' practice, that the alarniining conse quences of self-abuse may be radically cured without the dangerous use of inter nal medicine or the application of the knife; pointing out a mode of cure at once simple, certain and effectual, by mcaus of which every sufferer, no uiattar what hiscondition may be can cure himself cheaply, private ly, and radically. ftfsjyThis Lecture should be in the hands of every youth and every man in tbe land. Sent, under seal, in a plain envelope, to any address, postpard on receipt of six cents or two post stamps. Also, Dr. Culverwell'i ''Marriage Guide," price 50 cents. Address the Publishers CHAS. J. C. KLINE &CO., 127 Bowery, New York, Post Office Box , 4 580. 43 m3 THE "VICTOR" S. M. CO"S NEW SEWING MACHINE "VICTOR" Runs very Easy, Runs very Fast, Runs very Still. Has a New Shuttle superior to all others. Defies Competition. GreaUimprovcments in Needle. Cannot be Set Wrong. Agents Wanted. Address ' THE VICTOR" S. M- CO. 802 Broadway, N. Y. dec 19 3m P. W. HAYS, DEALER IN Dry Goods, Notions, Groceries, and General Variety, FOX, ELK CO., PA. Ear ley . O. vln47tf. AGENTS WANTS D "INSECTS AT HOME." 700 pages: upwards of 700 cits; t full page engravings. '.Just tho Book for in telligen rural homes." "The drawings are faithful representations of Insect and Plant." .Send for Circular. Address Geo. Brooks, 11M North Seventh St., Philadel phia. DISOLUTION NOTICE. The co-partnership heretofore exist ing under the firm name of S. Jackson k Co., is this day dissolved by mutual con -sent. The books and accounts are in the hands of W. S. Service, who alone is em powered to collect and settle the same. The business will be continued in future by W. S. Service, & Co. W S. SERVICE, SALYER JACKSON. Ridgway, I'a. Oct. 17th, 1872. BY MAIL as CENTS 4 GEO.R BOWELlftCO. I t. whu www i AGENTS. $10 to $20 PER DAY GUARANTEED. Specimens and full particulars free. Address WOODS LITER ARY AND ART AGENCY. Newburgh, N. Y. Ilegal 1 Catharine J. Buwtn, ) In Common Pleas of vs. V Elk Count v. James Bowen. J No. 2 April T. 1871. Libel in Divorce, a vinculo matrimonii. To Jamet Bowen, respondent above named; You are hereby notified that the subDcena and alias subpoeua in tbe above case having been returned non cit inventus, yon are re quired to appear on the FIRST MONDAY OF NOVEMBER next, being the 4th day of thb month, to answer tbe complaint in the ahove ease. D. C. OYSTER, Sheriff. Shirivf'i Orrici, Ridgway, July 6th, 1871. nl8te. ADVERTISE MIL NEW STORE AND NEW GOODS. HOUSEWARE, AND HOUSEFURNISHING GOODS. Carpenters Tools, Blacksmiths Tools, Farmers Tools, Lnmbermens Tools. In fact everything usually kept in a first-class Hardware $tore. A FIRS T-CLASS TIN SH0P9 Employing none but first-class Workmen and nothing hut first class material used. OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE, RIDGWAY, PA. W- S. -tf. HALL'S VEGETABLE SldLtAI HAIR KENEWER. Every year increases the popu larity of this valuable Hair Prep aration, which is due to merit alone. We can assure our old patrons that it is kept fully up to its high standard ; and it is the on ly reliable and perfected prepara tion for restoring Gray or Faded Hair to its youthful color, making it soft, lustrous, and silken. The scalp, bv its use, becomes white and clean. It removes all eruptions and dandruff, and, by its tonic proper ties, prevents the hair from falling out, as it stimulates and nourishes the hair-glands. By its use, the hair grows thicker and 6tronger. In baldness, it restores the capillary glands to their normal vigor, and will create a new growth, except in extreme old age. It is the most economical Hair-Dressing ever used, as it requires fewer applica tions, and gives the hair a splendid. flossy appearance, A. A. Hayes, I.D., State Assayer of Massachu setts, Bays, "The constituents are pure, and carefully selected for ex cellent quality; and I consider it the Best Preparation for its intended purposes." Sold by all DruggUtt and Dealert in Medicine. Frioa One Dollar. Buckingham's Dye. FOB THE WHISKERS. As our Renewer in many casea requires too long a time, and too much care, to restore gray or faded Whiskers, we hav( prepared this dye, in one preparation, which will quickly ana effectually accomplish this result. It is easily applied, and produces a color which will neither rub nor wash off. Sold by all Druggists. Price Fifty Cents. Manufactured by R. P. HALL & COH NASHUA. JXM. .HOW TO GO WEST. This is an inquiry which every one should hntruthfullt answered before he starts nn his journey, and a little care tukeu io examination of Routes will in tnanv cashes save much trouble, time and money. The '-C, T3. k Q. R. U.," runuiDg from Chicago, through Galcshurg to Uurlingt'u, and the "I., li. &W. Route,' running from Iudianapolis, through liloomiugtou to Burlingtou, have achiev ed a ppler.dij reputation in the last two years as the leading Passengers Routes to the West. At liurhngtoa they con nect with the li- ifc M. II. 11. and from the great Burlington Route, which runs direct through Southern Iowa to Nebras ka and Kansas', with close connections to California and tin Territories ; and passengers starting from Klk County, ou their way westward, cauuot do better than to take the Bublinoton Routs. This Line has published a pamphlet called "How to go West," which con tains much valuaoie information; a large correct map ot the Grea' West, which can be obtained tree ot chaige by ad dressing the Genoral Passenger Agent oi tbe B. & M. R , Burlington, Iowa, 4z SERVICE & CO- J-KW STAGE ROUTE. J. C. BUSiVS, Proprietor. The subscriber having secured the con tract for carrying the U. S. Mail between UEYN'OLDSYILLE k BROCKWAY VILLE, has placed on that road line of hacks. Hacks leave t ho Exchange Hotel in Hcynoldvillo every Tuesday, Thursday nd Saturday on the airiral of th Broonville stage, and return the game dy. . These hacks connect t BrockwayTille with the Kidgway stages, making connection with trains on the I'. & K. Koad, both east and west. Kvery attention to the comfort of patrons of this line will be given, and a liberal patronage solicited. Aug. 13-7H. Music for the Campaign. THE RIDGWAY SILVER CORNET BAKU will furnish music for all political meetings during the campaign. XKW INSTRUMENTS AND MEW MUSIC. Terms moderate. V, I iniui Ridgway, Ta., Aug. 18, 1872. Presidential Campaign. Caps, Capes & Torches. Bend for Illustrated Cir cular and Price List. CUNNINGHAM & HILL, MANUFACTURERS, No. 204 Church Street. PHILADELPHIA l-2Stl3. F RED. SCHOENING, WI10LF.SAI.I AMD RKTAIL tKLKR IN PIANO-FORTES, ORGANS, SHEET MUSIC, and MUSIC BOOKS. Pianoi and organs to rent and rental ap plied if purchased. Prothonotary'B Office, Ridgway, Pa. vinJOtf. LEOAL. Jatneb H Wilber, ) In Coramou Pleas vs. of Elk County. Kate II. Wilber. J 21 April T., '72. Libel in Divorce, a vinculo matrimonii. To Kate If. H ilber, respondent above named: You are hereby not i fie 1 that the subpren and alius subpoena in the above case hav ing been returned non tit inventus, you are reuuired to aimear on the FIRST MONDAY OF NOVEM. next, being the 6th day of the month, to answer the complaint in tbe above case. D. C. OYSTER, Sheriff. Siikriff's Ot'FICK, 1 Ridgway, July 4tb, 1872. f ISte. leoal.J Catharine J. Bowen, 1 In Common Pleas of vs' v Elk County. James Bowen. ) No. 2 April T. '71 Libol in Divorce, a vinculo matrimonii. To Jamet Bowen, retpondent above named: You are hereby notified that the subpoeua uu anas suupueuu in ine uoove case nuving been ret uruei non est in ventut, you are re quired to appear on the THIRD MONDAY OF OCTOBER next, being the 5th day of the month, to answer the; complaint in the above case. D. C. OYSTER, Sheriff. Shkuiff's Offiuk, 1 Ridgway, Aug. 4thr 1872. i nl8te J D. PARSONS, Manufacturer and Dealer in Boota and Shoes, Main at., opposi te the H tei, wiioox ra. POWELL & KIME. Powell & Kitnc Having erected a targe and well arranged new Store JUuse en the eld site, since tbe fire, and filled it from ci liar to garret with the choicest goods of all descriptions, that can be found in any market, are fully pre pared to receivethetr old customers, and supply their wants at bottom figures WHOLESALE OR RETAIL.: Their assortment is now complete, com prising DRY" GOODS GROCKRTE8, CROCKERY, HARDWARE, CLOTHING, B0018 AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS, NOTION3,.cte., etc. POHK. FLOUR. SALT. Feed, Beans, Butter, DRIED APPLES, PRIED PEACHES, Canned Goods, Id short ererytHing'wrtfitecl io the'Country by LUMBERMEN, FARMERS, ME CHANICS, MINERS, TAN NERS, LABORING MEN, EVERYBODY Also full sleek ef MANILLA ROPE of the best manufacture, of suitable sixes for rafting and running purposes. NE MILLION OF LI TF8 FA Is one of tbe most remarrable fa this remarkable age, not that so many persons are tbe Tiotim of dyspepsia or I" digestion, but its willing victims. Now we would not be understood to say that any one regards dyspepsia with favor, or feels disposed to rank it among the luxuries of life. Far from it. Those who have ex perienced its torments would sc6ut such ac idea. All dread it, and would gladly dii. penee with its unpleasant familiarities. Mark Tapley, who was jolly under all the trying circumstances in which he was placed, never bad an attack of dyspepsia, or bis jolity would have speedily forsaken him. Of all the multifarious diseases to which tbe human system is liable, there is perhaps no one so generally prevalent as dyspepsia. There are diseases more acute and painful, and which more frequently prove fatal, but none the e fleets of which are so depressing to the mind and so nositivelv distressing to the bod. If there is a wretched being in the world it is A CONFIRMED DYSPEPTIC. We hate said that dyspepsia is perhaps the DiOBt universal of human diseases. This is impliatically the case in the United .1 ..WHO. .HIS 1U. .VTD.VUW is due to the charaotcr of the food, tho metnod or its preparation, or tbe bast manner in whioh it is usually swallowed, i a nn Aim .,..!... tt, ..nlnin Tk. ....) fact with which we are called to deal this: DYSPEPSIA PREVAILS almost univei sally. Nearly every other person you maeti victim, an apparently willing one; were this not the case, why so many sufferers, when a certain, speedy and safe remedy ia within the easy reach of all who will avail themselves of it? But savs a dvB- peptio: What is this remedy? to which wo reply: This great allevator.of human suffering is almost as widely known as the English lancilAirA. It Koa atlavnd 41ia agonies of thousands, and is to-dny carry v-uuiiui i. nun eucouragement io tnousanus of others. This acknowledged panacea! a notie other than Dr. HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS. Would VOU know mm- nf th merits nf thin Wonderful rirpnatftjinn than on Via learned from tbe experience of others? Try it yourself, and when it has failed to fulfil the assurance of Us efficacy given b the proprietor, then abandon faith in it. LET IT BE REMEMBERED, first of all, that HOOFLAND'S GERMAN on ir.ua ls-o arum beverage. Tber are cnmnnHnri whnllv nf tta mm. juice or vital principle ef roots. This is uoi a mere assertion. The extraata from hich they are compounded are prepared by ne of the ahlpst of Germnn li omisla aim iffects can bo beneficial only ia all eases of uiiunry Bysieni. lioonand Herman ittCra Stand withnnr. an ntial HAttm. ifOITintlv and vitrnrnuuTv nnan ik 1 " - O HOVU W 1IVC1 hey remove its torpidity and cause health- ocviciiuu hi uue uiereoy supplying Stomach With the most. inilianm.Kli elements of sound digestion in proper pro portions. Tbcy purify tho blood, cleansing tho vital fluid j: all hurtful impurities and su planting them with the elements of genuine UCBIIU1UIUCBB, Now. tliero are ertntn nlaii.i t sons to whom extreme Bitters are not only unpalatable, but who find it impossible to take them without nnailiv such Dr. HOOFLAND'S GERMAN TONIO iag Deen specially prepare ' - -"-- I . p II L HILUUU1I. timuiaub re.anlrAi in nntitianhnn wilt. k known Tonic properties of the pure Ger- aiau iiiucitt. HOOFLAND'S TONIC acts with almost marveloas effect. It not only stimulates the flagging and wasting CnersrieS. but inviiroraleq Anil nnpmAn.nlli ' ci t - . , strengthens its action upon the Liver and stomach thorough, nerhan lean Dromnt than (he Ritler, whan h quantitj is taken is none the less certain. I 11 1 1 i T 0 1 1 M n rtniillinna. Tl ! 1 - T 6vv.v.., wiiiiuuouwo, X MTQICM1 Ur XI GT- vous prostration, yield readily to it po tent influence. It gives the invalid a new and stronger hold upon life, removes de- liresciuu ui npim. tim inspires cneertul. neas. But Dr. Hoofland's benefactions to the human race are not confined to his celebrated GERMAN BITTERS, or kis invaluable Tome. He has prepared an ther medicine, which is rapidly winning ts way to popular favor because of ita in. trinsio metits. This i HOOFLIND'9 PODOPH YLLIN PILLS, nr.erf.et .V,.li- tute for mercury without any of mercury's evil ijiiuiJucs. These wonderful Tills, which are Intend ed to act upon tho Liver, are mainly eom. posed of Podophyllin, or the vital princi ple of the mandrake root. It is the medi cinal virtues of this health-giving plant in penruuy pure aau nignty concentrated form. The Podophyllin acts directly on the Liver, stimulating iia fn.! - .1 , . o " ..".iwilll pun causing it to make its billiary secretions in regular aud proper quantities. The inju rious results which invariably follow tfce use of mercury is entirely avoided by their use. But it is not unnn th r.:.. only that their powers are exerted. The exiraci 01 nanaraue contained in them ia skillfully combined with four other ex tracts, one of which acts upon the stomach, one upon me upper Dowels, one upon the lower bowels, and prevents any griping effect, thus croducin? a ni 11 that tnfl. . , o 1 - ' - -" - .muuvuub the entire digestive and alimentary system, in uu equut ami iiarmonioae manner, and its action entirely tree 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 shonlil K .... .1 - nimrai inera. 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 Bitters or Tonic, may be regarded as certain spel .in., in all AdUAa a? I .' .-1 . w ... ... vooco 111 uier complaint, Dvs- ranain Ap n .1 nf L. A'. I . ..j . uiauruers to Which the system is ordidatly subject. The PODOPHYLLIN PILLS act upon the stomach and bowels, carryintr off improper obstructions, while the Bitter, or Tonio purify the blood, strengthen and .-. . T . lue and appe tite to the stomach, and thus build un tho invalid anew. Dr. Hoofland. having nm:,i.j i. . remedies for disease, & Tgiven th ld one mainly for external application, ia th. wonderful preparation known as ,rS,VtLA!!iD 8 "KEEK Olt. IMS Oil is a sovereign um.il. t and aches of all kinds? ' Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Toothache, Chilblains Sprains, Burns, Ptti ln th' Back and Loins. Rina-wnrm. ... .. yield to its external application. ' ' .a. internal y, it u a cure for Heart burns. Kldnev Disease, Si.b a-- . ,. . 1 ueauaones. Collo, Dysentery, Cholera Morbus, CranJa Paina in tha fltnn.k n.u. .... T. " j- YU'U!'. al nma, eto. to any locality, upon application ta th. PRINCIPAL OFFICE, at the GERMAH MEDICINE STORE, No. 631 ARCH ST PHILADELPHIA " ST CHAS M. EVAN 8. Proprietor Formerly C. M. JACKSON I CO Theti Smeditt art for salt by vnuoulm O Ridgway, Pa., March2(, i71