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Wll Vil VKIOBT, tOiHE XStl FvIGRT, WMKN WJttONU, TO B t PCI U1GI1T. UDEXSBl'UG; THURSDAY::::::::::::::::::::: AUGUST 1 3. Our Candidates. The Union State Convention which assembled at Pittsburg, on Wednesday of last "week, upon the first ballot, and by a large majority, nominated Andrew G. Curtis as our candidate for Governor. After the vote had beoo taken, a motion was put to make the nomination unani mous, which was carried, amid the wildest enthusiasm.- We congratulate the Union men not only cf this State, but of the whole country, upon the wise and judicious actioo of the convention. The announce ment of the. glorious result must send a thrill of pleasure through every loyal heart. It was eminently, proper that this Convention,' representing,, as it did, the firm "and unqualified supporters of every effort to crush the Rebellion, should give us Anirly G. Curtin aa our standard-' bearer in tie coming contest. He has been weighed in the balance and not fouud wanting j he has been tried as co State Executive ever was tried before, and has coine-out-of the ordeal with unsullied fame. Always upon the right side of evcry'i?ue, he has, since the war com tntruced, spent his days and his nights iu mpport oi the administration in its efforts for the preservation of the Union which we love to much. I?y his unwearied and elf sacrificing devotion to the great cause of the nation, he has gained for Pennsyl vania a position among the loyal States of vhich we may- well feel proud. As the friend of tho soldier, whether iu the esuip, ou the battle field, or in the hospital, he has especially distinguished himself. .It has been his study to allevi ate the hardships and minister to the wants of the brave defenders of our country's Sag. lie. has shared with them in their joys, and in their sorrows has never forgotten them. The action of the Pittsburg Convention fca3 shown, in a vay which cannot be mis taken; that the people approve tho manner in which Governor Curtin has adminis tered his high office, and it has manifested their warm attachment toward him as a man. .Notwithstanding his public .decli nation noUvithstandiDg the. bitter, ma liguant and vindictive opposition of a desperate clique the real representatives of the people have spoken for their cou ttituents, and hare declared that he shall coutiuue to act the f tan da rd-bearer of the Union men of this great Common wealth, lit icill he re-elected by an over whelmieg majority. The issue is the life or death of cur common country, and the people understand it. They will not for get'the great cause ia which loyal men are engaged; they will not forget the soldier of the Republic, now in the field, ncr will they forget the uoblc dead a9 they. assuredly wou!J do, it they foiled to Mjsta:.r.vernor Curtin'. la the persou of lion- Daniel Ag.vkw, the Candidate for Supreme Judge, the Convection has placed. at his side an ac complished and learned jurist, one fully convinced of the truth of the great issues iii.w agitating, the I'ouutry, and whose election would add an ornament to the bench. With .such men in nomination, Us loyal man c&u hesitate. Ltrt us, then, be op and doing. Xet us organize every where.'. Le committees aud clubs be formed, and no effort spared to strengthen And unite . the-friends of the cause. We can? win this .-victory, in October, if we fcegnn at once, and manage the canvass with judgment and euergy. Lct the line of-haltls be immediately formed, and the constat once begin. . , ; TriE -Eeait. The DiaftfortheXVHth District, composed ef the counties of JSlifHin, Ilu-ntingdcn, Blair and Cambria will be drawn" at Huntingdon borough, commencing on next Jlonday, 17th inat.. Cambiia county will be; drawn on Thurs day, 20th. The qucta to" be furnished by the IMstrict is -tet down at 1985. Jle fjcctalle citizens are specially invited to L rrcfccut and inspect the "drawing, which wilf be'wodQ'piiblicly. To disturbance is nticipt.ti,Ml.f cvtiree nooewill cc-j Lbentiliuig xs seen ly u Stran ger's Eyes. The following, letter written by a gen tleman nowa sojournine in town , which we clip from the Philadelphia 'Inquirer, of the 8th insL, may feerve to g;ve our readers a faint idea of "ourselvO as others See ixs." That park of it rcferriug to - the Copper heads is particularly recommended to the obseivation of every on especially those accepting the repulsive cognomen as 'the most ' befitting which could be applied to them uud may the perusal of it open their eyes and enlighten their understand- - - o ..... EeE-vsecbo, Pekna., Acjutt 3d, 1863. jV Your valued journal being one ot; the few dailies, having any extensive circula tion in these part?, and as your "Specials" in these war times know little, and write Ie-s of thc.-e peaceful mountains, it occur red to me, as a traveler, to jot down two or three obscrvatiuns which might not be without interest to ' ramblers like myself, who read the Inquirer. You must know that this spot is ten miles west of Cresaon, on the Pennsylvania Railroad, . by rail, the cars running twice daily.' It is . situated somewhat higher thau the mountain at Cresson, upon the top of-an arm running southwest of the main crest of the Allegheny Mountain, two and-a-half miles west of the springs flowing into the Susquehanna. It is the county - seat of . Cambria, and is chiefly remarkable for longevity, health, and good mutton. The place is well supplied with com fortable inns, where one cannot help feeling perfectly at homo. The citizens are plain, honest, hard working, with but few very rich men among them. The laud is well adapted to stock-raising, whilst the mountain abounds in mineral wealth, as yet but partially discovered, such as coal, iron ore, &c. T'lC springs of water are very cold nd of the purest freestone, whilst the air is clear and pure, common ia altitudes of twenty-four hundred feet above the ocean, and siuiibir to that breathed at the Catskill Mountain House. The thermometer scarcely ever rise? above eighty degrees in the shade in midsummer, and the nights arc always cool enough to sleep under a blanket. Seven unles north and by cast is the little town of Loretto, the-residence of the late Father Gallitzin, a man of learning and piety, and whose history i?: familiar to most Pcnnsjlvanians. Here there are excellent Springs and baths, comfortable hotels, etc., established quite recently. Some of the Copperhead papers find their way here,- and instill their poison into the minds of -the simple-hearted. ' I can perceive in my talks with many that they are led to the consideration of false issues by those who call themselves Dem ocratic, but who are in reality Copper heads, and accept of that cognomen with out feeling it to be a term of reproach. Lawvers do much abound'herc intelligent, well-educated- men but, I am sorry- to say it, the iuost part of them are .of the Yallaiidigham stamp, rigid construc tionists believing the present Adminis tration to be a military despotism, and express themselves as. more favorable to the Government of Jeff. Davis than to the Union. IJo-w the minds of . those who rank here as the judicious should be poisoned by the heresy (Secession), totally bereft of every particle of that Amor Ps.dri2j the distinguishing characteristic of the Celtic ' face, is more than I ean comprehend. We can ouly conclude that these poisonous doctrines arc- inculcated by the devil -and Dr. .Faustus, a corrupt press, working under the stolen name of Democracy. Ye gods, how horrible will it be when there poor benighted dupes beheld the hiJcoasncss of this veiled prophet when the veil is lifted by Seces sion, and they are told in the language of Tom Moore - - "Look, ye wise saints, behold your light, your star, Ye would be dupes and victims, aud ye are." Do not, however, understand me as saying that all here are thus. I mean to say there are many more than I expeeted to find, and fime of the leaders tre doing all they can to obstruct the draft. This county, when the wir broke out, was truly loyal, and sent more than its Tjuota of volunteer scldiers to the war and many of them were.killed on the Peninsula and at Frederif-k&burgr - :-.- - , ' I hope the brave fellows from this eaunty who survive jyll 1 rebuke ou their return home the dastardly Copperheads who .are discouraging - enlistments and resisting the draft, as they did in Illinois, Indiana, &c.'-"-"3'v- I must close with- the devout wish that some more healthy political literature may be sent here by some kind Union League, than much (hat now" finds its way here, and is, alas, too much read. Hoping we may jet take Canada and blow the bloody British pirates off the sea, I subscribe myself. Curtin's Nomination in Hauris BURO. Governor Curtin's nomination was made the occasion for a-" grand dem onstration at-Hairieburg, in --vhich the great mass of the people took part. Able speeches were made on the occasion by the Governor and cithers, and the greatest enthusiasm prevailed. The proceedings terminated with a salute of one. hundred guns in honor of the Governor's fe-nemin-ation. . . . " , ; - RSrTht're are" fifty vacancies in; West Point Academy. ' It is Suggested thoy be filled .with brgffwr- jn erAl.. Tlie Loyal Platform. At the Union State Convention, hoiden at Pittsburg, on the 5th inst, the follow ing resolutions expressive of the sentiment of that body were adopted : The loyal men' of Pennsylvania, in Convention assembled, disclaiming all partisanship and knowing no cause but that of the country, declare for themselves and their constituents : - First. Their inflexible purpose to maintain, by every necessary effort, service, and sacrifice, the National Union, as the first, highest, cost solemn, and most over shadowing of all political duties. Second. That tRc rebellion which threatens the existence of the Union was without cause, was conceived in wicked ness, organized in perjury, and developed by reckless violence, is stuined with every crime, aud detestable in object, and infernal in purpose, and must be sup pressed by tho people of the United States, at the destruction of whose liberties and the overthrow of whose free institutions it i3 injuriously aimed. That in this mo mentous contest there are and can be but two parties one which firmly sustains the constituted" authorities of the nation iu enforcing "all the laws thereof, and in protecting the principle upon which the Government rests, and is therefore at once the party of law, liberty, and patriotism; the other which cripples the constituted authorities of the nation in enforcing the laws, securing its safety, and preserving its life, aud is therefore the parent of mobs, the enemy of 7rder, and a partici pant in treason the class whose detestable practices not only give aid aud crjmfort to the common cucmy, but, as confessed at Ilichmoni, light up these days of rebel darkness and disaster, and stimulate them to renewed and desperate efforts to recruit their armies and to whom a part is this day chargeable whatever of vitality the rebellion preserves, and whatever calamity and affliction the further protraction of the contest may involve. lut for North ern 'sympathizers with Southern treason and the hopes which their treasonable existence inspire?, the rebellion would have sunk under tlie staggering blows dealt it at Gettysburg, Yicksburg, and Port Iludcon. IZciohed, That wholly without sy m paihy for tho men who h;ive made this war against a free Republican Government, or for a system of human bondage, in whose interest it was instigated, or cause of despotic principles to which it is devoted, this Convention declares all engaged therein, while so engaged, to b3 worthy only of our patriotic haired; and, iu like spirit, wc denounce as doubly reoreanc and base those residents of 1 loyal States who tolerate this, treas on, .3,11 d would affiliate with armed traitors, . and again surrender our .Government and liberties to their keeping. JiesoIcel, That Abraham Lincoln, Pres dent of the. United States by the discharge of his most arduous "duties in the dark days of civil war, has won for himself the afiecion and regard of the whole American people ; and, always bearing himself clear in his high office, - bus maintained the integrity of the Union, and kept our honor untarnished throughout the world, and to him, this administration, its prin ciples and its polic, we give our heartiest appioval, aud pledge our earnest and eaihusiastic support. Hcxolvcd, That the amendments propo sed to the Constitution in giving lo our soldiers in the field the right of suffrage, merit our hearty .approval, and will receive our . united support and that we recommend conventions of loyal men throughout the State to pledge all candi dates lor the Legislature to vote for it. Jiffvuf.d, That we tender t the gallant sons. of Pennsylvania now in the armies and navies of the Republic the thanks of a grateful people, for their unselfish and heroic valor : that we mourn for those who have scaled with their Mood their devotion to their country, . aud will cherish their memories tenderly and fondly; while to the glorious survivors we irive assurance that the last dollar and last life shall be given to reinforce them, until the old flag floats in final victory. IZisohcd, That Governor Curtin, by the effective support he has given the Federal Government in the prosecution of the war, and his vigilant care for our scldiers, alike in the field, in camp, and in hospital, has gained for Pennsylvania proud and fore most pre-eminence among the loyal States, and entitled himselt to the thanks of all her loyal citizens, and in placing him again in nomination, the Convention but gave expression to the spontaneous wishes of the people of the Common wealth he has served tso well. We present 'for their sTiffrages the patriot statesman, who .is alike the friend of the soldier, - and the favorite of tho people. Resolved j. That in the nomination of Judge Agnew, we present an accomplished jurist, a pure patriot, and a loyal citizen, who will adorn the highest judicial tribu nal of the. Commonwealth, and give additional security to the right of persons and property. Resolved, That the bold and dsiermined stand taken by the Administration, in summarily arresting traitors and thieves wherever found, merits our commendation, and that in seizing any disloyal person, we pledge it our hearty co-operation in the task which it has before it. J5y The report that President Lincoln intends to visit New Englandthis summer is, we learn from excellent authority, without foundation, lie has no iutention of leaving Washington. - I K?- Love of money 13-tho i-oot o evil' - - A Great Rational Cemetery. . A grand and beautiful idea has been conceived by our patriotic-citizens since the great battles of the 1st, 2d, and 3d. It is the proposition to establish a Na tional Cemetery upou the battle-field, and gather into it the bodies of oar heroes from all the Ststes, wno fel fiutinK fr. Liberty and Law on the bloody field of Gettysburg. There has been two sites selected for this object, and contracts entered into with the owners for the purchase of the land at $200 per acre Which one of the two will be chosen has not yet been fully determined. Tho one is the high ground east of the Baltimore pike and immediatelypposite Evergreen Cemetery. The other is the ground adjoining tho cemetery on the south west, and the very spot where the enemy repeatedly attempted to turn 'what is known as the left centre of our line, and failed with such immense slaughter. The first locatiou, from its elevated position, would seem to be the most desirable spot of the two. Upon this eminence you command a full view of almost the entire Mbattle field. The other is not so promi nent, but has advantages which seem to point to it as tho more. appropriate spot. Being more secluded, besides a thickly wooded grove and upon tho very ground where the hardest fighting occurred, and where the tide of battle was turned in our favor, and a glorious victory secured. Both locations are admirably adapted for the purpose. The plan has not been fully matured, but we conceive it to be this: In order to secure the success of this noble work, it is suggested that the people of the States to which the heroes who are buried at Gettysburg belong contribute to defray the expense of the enterprise, and that Pennsylvania taktf the lead to secure success. The Governors cf all the loyal States have been telegraphed to on the subject, and, so far as heard from, a favorable response has : been received. Eight States have already united with Pennsyl vania iu this noble work. The grounds 'will be laid off, and each State assigned a separate department. Into this will be gathered the bodies of the fallen from the respective States. They will be de cently interred, and their graves ma rked with a headstone and inscription. A list and directory will be prepared for the benefit of visitors, and those who may come to seek after their friends. Another departmeut will be assigned to those who cannoi be recognized as belongiug to any particular State, and whose names may be unknown. These will be gathered into one enclosure, and an appropriate nrauu ment erected over their remains. We heartily commend this enterprise to the consideration of the patriotic people of tho Union. The men who fe'l at Gettysburg will need no monument to commemorate their valor. Like the Spartans who fought at Thermopylae, those who struggled at Gettysburg, in the cause of liberty, will be remembered while liberty has a friend on earth. But we owe it to future generations that we in some way prove ourgratitude to the dead, and show that those who survived to reap the reward of the victory at Gettysburg, were not unmindful of what was due to their brethren and fellow-citizens who fell in that fight. Vhile this object is invested with its present interest, we truai, at least, that the conductors of the press of Pcnmsylyania will give it their hearty support, and that the people will not rest satisfied until all who fell at Gettysburg, and whose bones are still scattered over and bleaching on that vast battle-field, are gathered into one enclo sure, over which shall rise a monument as proud as their deeds, to commemorate their valor and to point as a signal to the blessed abode of the heroes in heaven. Gettysburg Sentinel. . ' Letter- from Admiral Porter. Admiral Porter writes to a friend, from off Yicksburg, July 19 : I am glad your good people in New York have got something to make you jolly at last. If you knew .half the hard work expended on Yicksburg you would appreciate tho victory more. It is no common performance, but has been the result of the highest military skill. - Certain papery have been abusing Gen erals Grant, Sherman, and others for a long time past, while, these have been working with a pure and unselfish patriot ism worthy cf the commendation of the whole nation. I hope 'the slanderers stand rebuked. The navy also has been assailed, but as wo live in iron-clad, and are supposed to be bomb-proof, the shafts of slander fly harmless off. The result of the capture of Yicksburg will be damaging to the llebels in the extreme, but do not imagine that the war is over; send on your "cohorts ;" let the world see that the Union is waking up, and . while a Rebel flag waves don't be grudge your money ; it will all be well invested. A3 long as the Rebel leaders can find followers they "will keep this war up, and the only way to put an end to it is to crush it with an army that will sweep the entire South. It would be a kindness to these infatuated people to use th most stringent measures. I don't believe in talking mildly to a very bad boy. There are many in the South ' who would be glad of peace, but they dare not say so. Judge Woodward, in hisepeeeh in Philadelphia, . December 13th, 1SG0, calls slavery an "incalculable blessing." We are experiencing Home of its blessings, in ruined homes,, desolated States, widowed women, orphaned children, money cspen- I ik M lit U DUV 1U M W k'l k'V V V T V ourUnioh" eudangered.. . -'- ; . . REGISTER'S NOTICE. " Notice is hereby given that the follow ing accounts have been passed and, filed in the Register's Office, at Ebensburg, and will be presented to the Orphan's Court of Cam bria county for , confirmation and allowance on Wednesday, the math day of September, gext, to wit : The second Account of Joseph Gantner, Guardian of the minor children of Peter Gantner, dee'd. . The Accoun of John J. Clevenger, Guardian of the minor children of Daniel Albaugh dee'd. The second and final Account of Henry Yearly, Guardian of A. C Dibert, a minor child of Jno. Dibert, dee'd. The final Account of Solomon -Bcnshoof, Trustee to sell the real estate of Jonas Horner, dee'd. The final Acconnt of John L. Jeffries, Executor of John -R.-Williams, dee'd. The final Account of John Shofiner, Ad ministrator of Casper Shofiner, dee'd. The sixth Account of John Dibert, Admin istrator of John Dibert, dee'd. , The second. Account of Charles B. EHii. Administrator of Daniel Huber, dee'd. Tlie first Account of ilichiiel il'Guire, Ex ecutor of Philip Torpey, dee'd The first aud final Account of George Kern, Executor of Martin Kern, dee'd. The Account of Dernard Movers, Executor of Peter Meyers, dee'd. The third partial Account of William Ryan, Jr., Administrator of Joseph A. Todd,, dee'd. The Account of George W. Stutzman, Ad ministrator of Jacob Stutzuiao, dcc'J. The first and final Account of Samuel S. Paul, Trustee to sell the real estate of Jacob Paul, dee'd. The first and final Account of Samuel S. Paul, Administrator of Catherine Paul, dee'd. The first and final Account of Joseph Shi rcj', Administrator of Martin Wagner, dee'd. The second and partial Account of Edw. Shoemaker, Administrator of. Rev. Thomas M'Cullogh, dee'd. The partial Account cf J. M. Campbell, surviving Administrator ct James S. Clark, dee'd. The Account of William C. Lewi?, Admin istrator, de bonis non of Abraham Cobaugh, dee'd. E. F. LYTLE, Register. Ebensburg, August 3d, 18C3. A Joint Resolution proposing certain Amendments to tlie Constitution. He it resolved hy tlie Senate and House of Representatives of lite CwiT)ioiiu:callh cf Rennstylvnnia in General jlsscmlly met, That tlie following amendments be proposed to the Constitution of the Commonwealth, in aceordaa.ee with the tenth article thereof: There shall be an additional section o the third Article of the Constitution, to be desig nated as section four, as follows : Section 4. Wherever any of tho qualified electors of this Commonwealth shall be in any actual military service, uuder a requisition from the President of the United States, or by the authority of this Commonwealth, such electors may exercise the right of suffrage in all elections by the citizens, under such regu lations as are, or shall be prescribed by law, as fully as if they were present at their usual place of election. - , . There shall be two addition;:! sections to the eleventh article of the Constitution to hi des ignated Bcx-.tions eight and nine, r.t follow?. Section 8. No bill shall be passed by the Legislature, containing more than one subject, which fchall be clearly eipreaacd iu the title, except appropriation bills, - , .. f . Section 9. Xo bill shall be passed 'by the Legislature granting any powers or privileges, in any case, where the authority to grant such powers or privileges, has been Or may hereaf ter be, conferred upon the . courts of this Commonwealth. JOHN CESSNA, . Speaker of the House cf Iicpref'n'tatires JOllN P. PENNEY, Sneaker of the S note. Office of Sec'y of the Comsio.sweiltu, I!arrble, tu'y 1, 1S03. PENNSYLVANIA, SS : iSJ-v original Joint Resolution of "VFjf' the General Assembly entitled "A Joint Resolution proposingctrtaiu Amend ments to the Consiitution," s.s the same re mains on file in thi.s office. . Iu testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my hand, and caused the feat of the Secre tary's ollice to be affixed, the day and year above written. ELI SLIFER, Secretary of Commonwealth. U DITOIVS NOTICE. . . . " In the matter of the final account of John C. Ivory, Administrator of Patrick Ivory, dee'd., stated by the Administrators of :he said John O Ivory, deed. And now, to wit, July 7, 18C3, on applica tion of William Kittell, Esq., Ceo. YV. Oat man, Esq., appointed Auditor to report dis tributiou cf the balance due upon the said account. : In pursuance of thj above appointment, the above named ' Auditor will sit, for the purposes of his r.ppointmcnt, at his ofhee in Ebeusburg, on MONDAY, the 17th day of AUGUST next, at one o'clock, P. M., at which time and place, all persons interested will present their claims, or be debarred from coming in for a sjjarc of the fund. GEO. W. OATMAN, Auditor. Ebensburg, July 16, l8C-3t. AUDITOR'S NOTICE. The uudersigned having been appoint on! Auditor, by the Orphaff's Court of Cambria county, to examine, decide and report upon the exceptions filed to the account of J M. Campbell, one of the administrators of James S. Clark, deceased, who was guardian of Winfield Scott Williams, hereby notifies all parties interested, that he will attend to th duties of hi3 said appointment at his office in Ebensburg, on WEDNESDAY, the 10th dav of AUGUST, next, at 1 o'clock P. M. . WM. K1TTELL, Auditor. Ebensburg, July 23, 18C3. AUDITOR'S NOTICE. The undersigned Auditor, appointed by tie Orphan's Court of Cambria county, to distribute the money in the hands of William Kittell, Esq., Adm'r., of Anthony Litzinger, dee'd., hereby gives notice that he will attend to tbe duties of said appointment, at his office in Ebensburg, on TUESDAY, ihe ISth day of AUGUST next, atone o'clock,. P. M., when and where all persons interested may ottend. J. E. SCANLAN, Auditor. Ebensburg, July 16, 18G3-31. .. s PECIAL NOTICE !- ; On and after JULY let, 1863, the privilege of converting the present issue cf LEGAL TENDER NOTES INTO THE NATIONAL SIX PER CENT. LOAN (conimoaJy called "Five Twenties") will cease. All who wish to invest in the "Five-Twenty Loan must, therefore: tfpply before the 1st of JV;LV next. JAY COOKE, Subscription Agent. " 'jercDy certify that the fore r?j'ivS2 going and annexed is a full, T7NTIRELY VEGETABLE ! NOT ALCOHOLIC. A HIGHLY CGKCEHTRATtO VEGETABLE EXTlUCl. A PUEE TONIC. DR. HOOFLANDV PREPARED BY DR.C. M. JACKSON, Philadelphia, It Will effectually cure LIVER COMPLAINT, DYSPEPSIA, JAUNDICE, CHRONIC OK .M-.KVULO ux.zu.-.i.i, b':. . EASES OF THE KIDNEYS, AND AIL DISEASES ARISING F?.OM A DIS ORDERED LITER OR STOMACH, EUCli . onsupa tion, IriTvard rile?. Fulness or 2!ooJ to the Head, Acidity of the Stomach Nausea, Heartburn, di?giVst fcr fuori, Fulness cr Weight 5b the Stomach, Sc-j Eructations, Sinking or Fluttering at thtt-; of the stomach. Swimu.ing of the eair Hurried and Difficult Breathing, Flutterini; at the heart, Cho king or Suffocating sensation wbeu ia a lying posture, Diuinec? of vision. Dot or Wcb3 before tbe fight, EtTcr and dull pain in the head, Deficiency of pcrryiirp.tiou, cf tlie skin and eyes, Pain in the side, back, chest Limbs, &c, Sudden Flushes c f heat tumn; in the flesh, constant i:nagining3 of evil, aid great depression of Spirits. And will positively prevent Yellow Fever, Ullllous Fever, &c. THEY COSTA1S. NO ALCOHOL. OR DAD WHISKEY! They will cure the above diseases ia Cr, tv-nino ctses out ot v. hundred. From Rev. J. New ten Erown, D. D., the .Encyclopedia of Religious Eacwke. Although net dit-posed to favorer recom mend Patent Me'th-ines in geu-ml, ttrccfi distrast of their inpredient3 and tff-.cH: I yet know of no sullicient reasons why atmi ruy not testify to the benefits he htlh-rti himself to have received froru r.uy si2p preparation, in the hope that he Uiej li- contribute to the bentt of others. I do this the more readily in regard to JlOOUanU O UClUJ jmhhu C. M. Jackson, of thi city, because I prejudiced against tbtm for mary yc:;, under . thv impression that ii.ey wire rl'.fj an acloholic mixture". I am ir.u'.bic i to cj friend Robert Shoeinaiifcr., for the removal cf this prejudice by proper tetts, and fnr tn couragement to try thtin, vhen sufii-ris? fro greut and long continued debility. Tit use of three bottles of these Ei!?re, ct ibi beginning of the present year, was foliuwd byVridcnt relief, and restoration to a dc-ni: oi" bodily aud mental vigor vhich I had to: felt for sii mcnths before, and had a!u.o:i despaired of regaining. I therefore thank tJoi uud ti'V fritud tcr directing me to n.- them. J. NK TON l:i:0W PniLAD'A., Jtxk 23, ltd, ATTEfiTlCfi SOLDIERS! Will buildup the constitution, end p heclth and strength to an overtasked t'A diseased system. PiiiLADTLrnJA. Angrst 12, 1??- Dn. C. M. Jackson Dear Sir: While Virginia, owing to the change of w.ncr, 1 taken with a severe diarrhoea, which wcinco incurable, and which greatly weakened fff When v.-e reached llartinsburg, I ftare'l that I should have to come home; but rot:c:n; some cf your'Bitters in tiic store of Mr. h. a Price, in'that tow n, I purchased a supiy, on taking it was speedily restored to t:t The diarrhoea was quickly cheeked, z- J experienced no return of it. A nr-uA-ir c my comrades who suffered in tbe ?rie manner and from the same cause, within 1 shared the Litters, join me in this t crtjfi '' I expect to return to the scat of war with tb Legion, and I shall certainly take a supply the liittera in my knapsack. I would net M without it for its weight iu gold, particular? on going into a limestone region. Yours, truly, A. E. ALMITS, Company II, Scott Lfg'O"- BEWAEE OF COUNTERFEITS'. See that the signature cf "C. M. Jack?o" is oa the wrapper of each bottle. Trice per bottle 75 ccatj . Or half dozen for $4. Should your nearest Druggist net have 'tf article, do not be put off by any of the ii"0 icating preparations that may be pflerca its place,-but send to U3, and we w ill for' by eiprees, securely packed. PRINCIPAL OFFICE aud MANUFACTO- No. 631 ARCH ST. (Successors to.C. M. JACKSON, O,) PROPRIETORS. "n "i;5 Wood St., SIMON JOHNSON, corner Fo"n" and Smitblicld frts., Pittsburg, and hy PfL i:, j-t.. v. I lilt" Steles. - - . . ClT ;W?-T