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1 1 vzj LOCAL AND PERSONAL rlNSBlRG AND CRESSON RAILROAD SnJ after Monday, Dec. 1, 1868, trains ?;j roftl wiU run a3 follows : . .. ;ti. navrtn '"East and Phil. Exp. West. . jj'i. M., connecting -with Phila. Exp. " East and Mail Traia West vE Cressos i2 A. M., or on departure of Phil. ' Express West. i3llM- or on departure of Pbila. Eiprcss East. :M0UAXiA. "While firing a salute at jp-tol grounds, Ilarrisburg, on Wash i birthday, one man had his kit and" a thumb of his right hand and ,er had his right hand blown off by rtniature discharge of a cannon.... noticed several persons hauling ice neck. The ice is eighteen inches and of first-class quality. It is said vc-houscs iii the cities are almost if ntircly unfilled. Why Jon't their rs come here and obtain the where- li r.u ii,M' We could spare a B-anJ tons or so.... The remains ot Col. j 1. Kicks, of Blair county, who died imJalia, Miss., some months since, I been brought to Duncansville, Blair iv. and interred.. ..Mr. C. W. Dough- formerly of Ebeusburg, but for two ree years past a resident ot Leaven- Kansas, is in town on a short visit. many friends are glad to see him Kcenan, of the Greensburg Rcpuh- i 71..,. 4 f 11 f wlillti i Ji llllH nil, missiJVi ilia iwuiip n . f ling to get on a passenger train at ?uurg, one day last week, and nar- cseape.d being rvin over by the cars. ssrs. J. M. Campbell & Sou, of the ui Vindicator, were in town this i and called to sec us. Wc are glad jn that their paper, like the phenix 1 will arise out of its ashes in a couple jtb... .Westmoreland county rejoices t bally the oldest married couple in J.to Patrick Murphy and wife, aged f.ively 1 10 and SO years. ...The Dem 1 Senatorial Conference for the coun i Ulair, Centre, Huntingdon, Juni I '.Hin. and Perry have instructed for llojn.:e ". Cass fur Governor... Some !j reeetitly stole a coat and hat from ;tl UKui in Indiana A. citizen of :i il l'!! cunty has returned the Pcnn a i llailri-ad Company for running h Suiubv. The case will be argued !.J ;i!....77ic ladies' fair in aid of the J uu' Catholic church is progressing Le attendance, day and night, is J much rhino is being realized.... named Joseph Rhodes died in viand county lately from injuries i by being struck in the abdomen "hi train ball Vmong the members .ress who will take their seats in : House, which will be organized i ll of March, is the Hon. Win. F. .Ueproentativc from the Nashville f Tennessee, and who it will be re '1 taiiLiht school in this place some auro Mr. Joseph Lantzy, a na- f w;uctI:iikI, died in Carroll town- '.''.o 2uth ult., at the patriarchal j years. He was the oldest man in V- of the county, and was for a great w a resident in the locality in 1 - lied....Jauies Edwards, a farmer E nuni-d.iu county, while in Pitts-,3- Mondav last. vn flooonil out of I ( 1 J 3 " ' - - . w f. cill cuiitiJence game of borrow- 1J a bul and giving a worthless , - ft smmty....The papers of Blair i'taK ,x tne grain crops as looking '--..Thc n-uri of widening the wnal w reported to have ' com- ? good cail-rpt rt r,f TT,f. v V Js said that many counterfeit fit nickels have lately come into ' n V little son of Mr. Forester, !i. was drowned week before last "caij.ting to follow his father across y at a dam. He fell in and when ':,' rt t;ie after, he was floating on Cl --.ee the advertisement in an- Uun of sonic valuable nronrrtvof- Private sale by A. A. Barker & re is a ,reat bar-ain to be had. rri Jho had partaken of an over .:':u:"'J on Tuesday last, indulg fit. Neither of the parties ' erioiw damage. Where were c Ask your neighbor to sub- i Japor. Subscriptions taken i J"" I'y don'c our young men or- f :jCfcuni v t . . i I "J to make an interesting society. flNT Houses. We hear that a '.0llr eapitalista arc taking into u l expediency of foi -nt ! )rming a Jtation," to erect a number 'OUSl"? Jr. VI 1 1 - 'ueuMjur'T uurinir icrr Thgfct. The j 'l, and there is no better j-SoJ1"". Ulat nceJ thari through f i"J 0t tllc kid mentioned. - "diluent will JUy tUc capi. How to Make "Hard Times." We have noticed this recipe going the rounds of newspaperdom frequently heretofore, but like many other things, it loses nothing by age. On the contrary, it is especially applicable to the present condition of af fairs: "A good way to make 'hard times,' is to refuse to pay all little bills, although you have the money in your pocket ! push men to pay you who haven't the money, although you can get along without it if a man don't meet his obligations just at the time they become due, report that he is about to 'burst' cut down the wages of your hands before it is necessary keep back all your marketing until the prices get up to 'starvation rates' use money in speculations that you should pay your creditors with forget that unnecessary retrenchments increase hard times instead of bettering them carry a long face and talk long and mournful of evils to come do these and other acts like them and 'hard times' will surely come, however lit tle real cause there may be for them." Court Pjioceeuings. The following is an abstract report of the business trans acted at the Quarter Sessions of March, term up to Wednesday : Com. vs. Mary M. Trinkley, assault and battery. Guilty in manner and form as indicted. Com. vs. Chas. Taylor, aggravated as sault and battery. Guilty. Com. vs. Jas. F. Campbell and John B. Campbell, libel. Nolle Prosequi. Settled on condition that each party pay half the costs, &c. Com. vs. Edward M'Glade. assault and battery. Not guilt'. Prosecutor and de fendants pay half the costs. Com. vs. Geo. Gurley and Wm. Day, afl'rayand assault and battery. Not guilty. Prosecutors and defendants each pay half the costs Com on Sunday. Jury out. vs. Simon Schroth, selling liquor Town Council. The newly elected Town Council met Friday evening for or ganization. Present Burges3 Abel Lloyd; Couneitmcn Samuel Henry, John Thomp son, F. II. Barker, East Ward ; C. T. Iloberts, John E. Scanlan, J. Convery, West Ward. The board was duly quali fied ; after which, the following named officers were elected for the ensuing year : Clerk Edmund JAiue3. Collector Win. Davis. Treasurer A. V. Jones. Street Com jussionerEran (riflith. Weighniaster R. II. Thomas. Policeman, E. W E. J. Humphrey. Do. W. W N. Huntley. The election of Market Master was de ferred. On motion, it was resolved that the Burgess be and is hereby directed to as certain the most favorable terms on which a suitable and properly furnished room fur the use of the Council may be obtain ed, and report at the next meeting of the Council. Adjourned. Johnstown. Last week, the Pitts burg Opera Troupe and the celebrated Blind Tom held forth to crowded houses in Johnstown. This week, commencing Thursday evening, a local troupe of -j ladies and 7." veteran soldiers will render the grand military allegory of the "Drum mer Boy of Shiloh." The entertainment will be given in aid of the soldiers' widows and orphans, and" will contiuuc six nights. .Hon. C. L. Pershing has been officially requested to pronounce the oration at the next commencement of Jefferson and Washington College.... Mr. B. F. Speedy was married to Miss Mary J., eldest daughter of Dr. C. Sheridan, on Thursday last.... The Johnstown Democrat is troinir D O to enlarge. Bemoval of the County Seat. The question of the removal of the scat of jus tice of Cambria county from Ebeusburg to Johnstown was taken into consideration by the House committee on New Counties and County Scats, at Ilarrisburg, on Thursday last. After able arguments, jn-o and con, by representatives of cither town, the committee (consisting of fifteen members) reported unanimously against the proposed removal. That settles the question, for the present at least. Philadelphia Press. This sterling newspaper made its appearance on Mon day, clad in a new suit of type. It has probably the largett circulation of any newspaper in the State, and deserves it all. Terms, $8.00 for the daily; -i.OO for the tri-weekly ; $2.00 for the weekly. Address "Press," Philadelphia. Coming. D. W. Zeiglcr, surgeon den tist, will visit Ebensburg next Monday, to remain one week. Persons standi ntr in need of his professional services will find him at his old office, on High street. Personal. Hon. John Porter, Cam bria county's representative in the kwer house of the State Legislature, is in town. He is looking well, and bears his blushinir honors meekly. LOCAL CORRESPONDENCE. LETTER FBOM JOUSSTOWJC BEMOVAL OP TU COCSTY SKAT CLOSING THE BOOKS. Johnstown, March 1, 18G9. To the Editors of The Alleghanian : The astounding fact was revealed to us last Friday that the Committee of the Leg islature to whom was referred the bill for the removal of the county-seat to this place had reported adversely. This item of un expected news created quite a furore among our citizens, and some who arc de void of charity attribute the result to the incompetency of our local committee who had charge of the case and represented us at Ilarrisburg. Be that as it may, we ac knowledge our defeat, though reluctantly, and now look around and endeavor to study the cause or causes of the action of the Committee on County Scats, and if possible avert a similar catastrophe at a future time. The fate of our project dis closed hidden rocks in the sea of legisla tion not marked on our chart. It is to a great extent true that the gen tlemen who represented us before the Committee at Ilarrisburg were not the ablest nor the most influential men we might have selected for that important duty, and it is now seen they were unable to cope with your more solid and profound- representatives. Bui we accord to them zeal, even if not tempered with good judg ment and prudence. You may feel disposed to fiaiipr your selves that the question is now definitely settled that no further effort will be made in the matter. In this you are mistaken. Temporary failures only cause a lull in the excitement, and bring us to a calm survey of the field ; after which, our efforts will be put forth with renewed vigor, and the command given to abler hands, and if we cannot get the county-seat, we must and will have something else almost its equiv alent. "We may not be able to accomplish our desires during the present session of our Legislatures, but wires will be laid and ropes pulled with energy to have our wishes successfully represented in the next Legis lature. For the success of this programme I cannot vouch, not being a first-class pol itician. The editorial article in the lat number of Tlic Alleghanian has caused us to more carefully examine the petition numerously signed by our citizens and forwarded to the Senate and House cf Berresentatives. You have truly shown up some fcxo incon sistencies and some etc misrepresentations of facts as set forth in that petition. But I don't presume our llcprescntativcs read it, and therefore it did not hurt any one. Or they may not have seen The Allegha nian, and the defects pointed out will be remedied in the future. Possibly we may submit our next petition to you for inspec tion and correction. Pythias. Cheap Clothing. Leopold & Bro., Main-st., Johnstown, offer extraordinary inducements in clothing and furnishing goods, and those desiring bargains should give them a call. They are disposing of their present stock at cost iii order to lay in a supply of spring goods. We advise our readers to give them a call. Appointment. liy the Governor : Wm. M. Jones, Esq., to be a Notary Pub lic for the borough of Ebensburg. A Mysterious Animal. It is report ed that a strange animal, h-iving the feet of a tiger, the head of a lion, the color of an elephant and the eyes of an owl, was captur ed recently by n party of sportsmen. Upon his back wns written the following mysteri ous sentence : "Ddeoyyd evbbry eod aarth" A propound savaut translates it as follows : Cheap hardware at Huntley's. Dry Goods Marked Down. L. May er, of the popular dry goods store, Main-st., Johnstown, has marked down his prices for the purpose of reducing his large stock. Buyers will find goods sold at this store from 10 to 15 per cent. Ies3 than any other house in that place. A call will convince you of the above facts. The Next State Fair. There is ev ery reason to infer that, with the proper ef fort on the part of our citizens, the Stale Fair this year can be secured' to our town. The newly elected officers tavor this locality, and likewise the farmers and all in pursuit of bargains in.buying every description of hard ware which is sold ut T. W. Williams' store. Now. These in attendance at Court should avail the opportunity of visiting Spence's photograph gallery, and secure a life-like picture. He ia meeting with un equaled success in taking all manner of pic tures. Give him a trial. Closing Out. V. S. Barker is now offering unusual inducements to purchasers of winter clothing. Having determined to close out his entire stock in this line, great bargains arc offered. Go see. See Here. Doubtless you are in want of a nice dres3 pattern, shawl, or balmoral skirt ? If so, it ii scarcely necessary to men tion that 11. it. Davis' cheap store ia the place to go in order to get a bargain. Try the flour sold by M. L. Oulm.au. Go See. We advise those who desire purchasing a. good sewing machine to give O. T. Roberta a call. He ia agent for all the popular sewing machines of the day. ne will sell them as cheap a3 they can be bought at the manufactory. If you want fresh groceries jro to Oat- man's. If you want cheap groceries go to Oatrnan's. Flour, bacon, cheese, crackers, candies, &c.,or sale at prices that defy com petition. Uo and buy from him. People in attendance at court should not fail to vi3t the big store of A. A. Barker & Son, who are selling goods of every quality at unusually low prices. THOTOGRAPHIC. JL7 Ho 1 every one that wants Pictures, come ye to Ebensburg and get them ! Having located in Ebensburg, I would very respectfully inform the people that I am now fully prepared to take PHOTOGRAPHS in every style of the art, from the smallest Card Picture up to Life Size. Pictures taken in any weather. Every attention given to the taking of CHILDREN'S PICTURES. Photographs painted in Oil, India Ink, or Water Colors. Your attention is called to my FRAMES roa LARGE PICTURES, and PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS, also, Copying and enlarging done in the very best Ftyle of the ait. I ask comparison, and defy competion. Thankful for past favors, I solicit a con tinuance of the same. J&a?" Gallery on Julian 6treet, three doors north of the Town Hall. augl3 T. T. SPENCE, Photographer. yilOLESALE AND RETAIL LIQUOR STORE!! JOIINCROlTSE, Dealer in Foreign and DomSsiiC WINES AND LIQUOPvS! Johnstown, Penna. BRANDS OF BRANDY, WHISKY, IRISH WHISKY, GIN A ND Bl 'ITERS, CATAWBA WINE AND KIM MEL, and the very best quality of Liquor3 and Wines for Medical purposes. Prices low. HOTEL AND SALOON KEEPERS I will do well by giving me a call, at icy store, on Cannl-st., building formerly occupied by T. G. Stewart & Co. Jan. 28, 'CO. TN BANKRUPTCY. J This is to give notice, that on the Cth day of January, A. D., ISCO, a warrant ot bankruptcy wa3 issued against the estate of John M. Kiug, of Johnstown, in the county of Cambria, and State of Pennj-lvania, who has been adjudged Bankrupt on his own petition ; that the payment of any debts and delivery of any property belonging to such bankrupt, to him or for his use, and the transfer of any property by him, are forbidden by law; that a meeting of the creditors of the said pankrupt, to prove their "H-btsandto choose one or more assignees of his estate, will be held at a Court of Bankruptcy, to be holden in the office of the Register in Bankruptcy, in Hollidaysburg, before John Brotheline, esq., Register, on the 15th day of March A. D., 18C3, at 10 o'clock, a. in. TITOS. ,. ROWLEY. U. S. M. Wm. F. Bathcbst, Deputy. Fob.l8-4t jJ" L. OAT M A N , - DEALER. IX CHOI CE FA MIL Y CR 0 CERIES ! consisting ia part of DOUBLE EXTRA FAMILY FLOUR, GRAIN, FEED, BACON, SALT. FISH. DRIED APPLES AND PEACHES, ALL KINDS OF CANNED FRUITS ! ! SUGARS! TEAS I SYRUPS 1 MOLASSES 1 &c, &c, COFFEES ! CHEESE ! Also a large stock of the best brands of CIGARS AND TOBACCO ! JCSS"" Store on Iligh-st., three doors east of Crawford's Hotel. f'eb. 4. BOOT and SHOE EMPORIUM ! The subscriber begs leave to inform the public that he has opened out a Bootand Shoe Store in the rooms formerly occupied by Davis & Evans, on Center street, Ebens burg, where he will carry on the business on an extensive scale. READY-MADE BOOTS and SHOES For sale at City Prices. BOOTS and SHOES made to order On shortest notice ! EThe public are invited to give me a call. I will sell cheap as the cheapest, and warrant my stock and make to give satisfac tion. f"gl3 JOHN O. EVANS. AKE NOTICE. All persons indebted to tbo firm of E. & II. NUTTER, by either note or book ac count, aie requested to call on the firm and settle their respective account3 on or before the first of April next, as after that time the firm will be changed. All persons interested will save trouble and cost3 by complying, as all old bills will and must be collected after that date by due process of law. E. & H. NUTTER. Chest Springs, Feb. 4, 1869-3L SELECT SCHOOL. The undersigned will open a select school in room No. 1, Ebeusburg Union school-house, on Monday, March 15, 18C9, lor a session of two Months. Terms $1, SO per mouth of four weeks. Fob. 1 1 - if. GEO. W. COPE. JpRICES GOING DOWN! AT THE EBENSBURO HARDWARE j HOUSE FURXISUIXG STORE. I once more return my sincere thanks to my oM friends and easterners for their lib eral patronage extended towards me, and now, owing to the great fall in prices, by which many articles can be sold as cheap aa before the war, and having a thorough knowl edge of the business and the wants of the public, I take pleasure in announcing that I can and will sell goods at a less figure than any similar establishment in citj or country. My stock will consist in part as follows : DOOR and CUPBOARD LOCKS, CATCHES, BOLTS, HINGED, SCREWS, WINDOW SPRINGS, SHUTTER HINGES, WINDOW GLASS, NAILS, PUTTY, BORING MACHINES, AUGERS, CHISELS, BRACES and BITS, HATCHETS, SQUARES, COMPASSES, TRY SQUARES, BEVELS, POCKET RULES, JACK, SMOOTHING, and FOR PLANES, PANEL PLOWS, LEVELS, SASH, RAISING, and MATCn PLANES, SAW SETS, BENCH SCREWS, CROSS-CUT, PANEL, RIP, COMPASS, axo BACK SAWS, GAUGES, OIL STONES, SCREW DRIVERS PLOWS, POINTS, SHOVELS, FORKS, SCYTHES and SNATHES, RAKES HOES, SPADES, SHEEP SHEARS, IIORSEBRUSIIES.CARDS, CURRY COMBS, BELLS, HAMES, WHIPS, BUT, TRACE, BREAST, HALTER , FITII, TONGUE, and LOG CHAINS, RIFLES, SHOT GUNS, REVOLVERS, and PISTOLS, CARTRIDGES, POWDER, SHOT, CAPS, LEAD, POUCHED, POWDER FLASKS, GAME BAGS, GUN LOCKS, MAINSPRINGS, PIVOTS, &c. LAMPS and OIL.S, COOKING, PARLOR, a HEATING STOVES TIN and SHEET IRON WARE, WASHING MACHINES, and WRING"ERS, Ac, &c, fcc, &c, &c, &c. Also FLOUR, TEA, COFFEE, SUGAR, &c. TOBACCO akd CIGARS. Odd Stove Elates, Grates, and Eire Brick always on hand to suit Stoves sold by me. Well and Cistern Bumps and Tubing at man ufacturers' prices. Spouting made, painted, and put upj at low rates. $7" Persona owing me dcbt3 of long stan ding will confer a favor by calling and paying up as soon as convenient, ns it takes a grent deal of money to keep up my stock and pay expenses, and owing to the small profits that I am making on gooda I cannot afford to give long credit the interest would soon eat up the profits. GEO. HUNTLEY. Ebensburg, Aug. 13, I8C8. YS. BARKER, Dealer in CLOTHING, DRY GOODS, BOOTS and SHOES, HATS, CAPS, Ac. High-st Ebeusburg, Pa. BANNED FRUIT, of all kinds at J V. S. BARKER'S, Ebensburg, Pa. H OOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS AND LARGE STOCK OF SUMMER Goods at reduced prices at V; S. B.'s. TEW STOCK of CLOTHING VERY chp.p at V. S. BARKER'S, Ebensburg. F RUIT CANS NEW STYLE at V. S. BARKER'S, Ebensburg, Pa. BOOTS AND SHOES CHEAP AT V. S. BARKER'S, Ebensburg, Pa. ALL PAPERS-ALL STYLES at V. S. BARKER'S, Ebensburg, Pa. IVP STOCK OF SUGARS FOR JLl canning fruit at V. S. BARKER'S. HIGHEST TRICES PAID FOR Butter, Eggs, Wool, and all Country Produce at V. S. BARKER'S, Ebeusburg. LILY WHITE LEAD LINSEED Oil, Warranted pure, at V. S. Barker's, Ebensburg, Pa. N TAILS ALL SIZES, CHEAPEST in town, at V. S. Barker's, Ebensburg. YS. BARKER, Manufacturer of BARRELS, KEGS, TUBS, MEAT-STANDS, CHURN'S, kc. uaglJ.I EiifcxsMtiiU, HOOFLAND'S OERfAV TOVTH The Great Remedie3 for all Diseases of the Jjiver, stomach or Digestive Organs. HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITtERS Is composed of the pure juices (or, til? are medicinally terrred. Extracts) of Rootsv Herbs, and Barks, 3 making a prepara tion. higMy concentrated, and entirely free from alcoholic admixture of any kind. HOOFLAND'S GERMAN TONIC Is a combination of &B the ingredients of the Bitters, with the purest quality of Santa. Cruz Rutn, Orange, Ac, making1 one cf tbo most pleasant, agreeable remedies vcf of fered to the public. Those preferring a Medicine free from Al coholic ad mixture, will use HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS. ThOse who have no objection to the com bination of the Bitters, as stated, will use HOOFLAND'S GERMAN TONIC. They arc both equal'.y good, and contain the same medicinal virtues, the choice be tween the two being a mere matter of taste; the Tonic being the most palatable. The Ptomach, from a variety of causes, such as fhdigestion, Dygpepsia, Nervous De bility, etc., f3 very apt to have its functions deranged. The Liver, "ynipathizing as close ly as it doe? with the C Stomach then be comes affected, the result of which is that the patient suffers from several or moro of the following diseases: Constipation, Flatulence, Inward Piles, Fulnes3 of Blood to the Head, Acidity of th Stomach, Nausea, Heartburn, Diggust for Food, Fullness or Weight in the Stomach, Sour Eructations, Sinking or fluttering at the pit of the Stomach, Swimming of the Head, Hurried or Difficult B tering at the Heart, Choking or Suffocating Sensations when in a ing postage, Dimness of vision, Dots or webs before the sightdall pain in the Head, Deficiency of Perspiration, Yellowness of the Skin and Eyes, Pain in th Side, Back, Chest. Limbs, etc.. Sudden Flash es of Heat, Burning in the Flesh, Constant Imaginings of Evil, and great depression of Spirits. The suflVrer from these ureases should exercise the greatest caution in the selection of remedy for his case, purchasing only that which Ire is assured from his investiga tions and inquiries, 3 possesses true mer it, skilfully compounded, is free from injuri ous ingredient?, and established for itself a reputation for the cure ;f these diseases. lit this connection we would submit these well known remedies Hoofland's German Bitters and llooiland's German Tonic, prepared tit DI. C. M. JACKSON, PHILADELPHIA , P A. Thlrty'fivo years fiince they were first in troduced into this country from Germany, during which time they have undoubtedly performed more cures, and benefitted suffer ing humanity to a greater extent, than any other remedies known to the public. These remedies will effectually cure Liver Complaint, Jaundice. Dyspepsia, Chronic or Nervous Debility, 3?" Chronic Diarrhoea, Disease of the Kidneys, and all diseases aris ing from a disordered Liver, Stomach or In- . testines. DEBILITY RESULTING FROM ANY CAUSE whatever; Prostration of the System, in- duccd by Severe Labor, Hardships, Exposure, Fever, Ac. There is no medicine extant equal to these remedies in snch cases. A tone and vigor 13 imparted to the whole system, the appe tite is strengthened, food" is enjoyed, tho Stomach digests properly, the blood is puri fied, the complexion becomes sound and healthy, the yellow tinge is. eradicated front the eyes, a bloom 13 given to the cheeks, and the weak and nervous itrrafid becomes strong and healthy bcinj. PERSONS ADVANCED IN LIFE, And feeling the hand of time weighing heav ily upon them, with all its attendant ill?; will find in the use of this Bitters, or the ,Tonic, an elixir that will instil new lite into their veins, restore in a measure the energy and ardor of more youthful days, build up their shrunken forms, rtnd give health and happiness to their remaining years NOTICE! It is a well established fact that fuliy one half of the female portion of our population aie seldom in tho enjoyment of good healths cr, to use their own TT expression, "never leel well." They are languid, devoid of ail energy, extremely nervous, and have no ap petite. To thi3 class of persons the Bitters, Or tho Tonic, is especially recommended. WEAK AND DELICATE CHILDREN Are made strong by the use of either o these remedies. They will cure every case of MARASMUS, without fail. Thousands of certificates hare accumula ted in the hands of the proprietor, but space will allow of the publication Of but a few Those, it will be observed, are from men of note, and o( such standing that they must be believed. TESTIMONIALS: Hon. Geo. W. Woodward, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Pa., writes : Philadel phia, March 1C, 1867. "I find Hoofland's German Bitters is a good tonic, useful in diseases of the digestive organs, and of great benefit in cases of debility, and want of nervous action in the system. Yours, truly, Gko. W. Woodward." Hon. James Thompson, Judge cf the Su preme Court of Pennsylvania. Philadelphia, April 28, 1866. "I consider 'Hoofland's German Bitters a valuable medicine in Case of attacks of Indi gestion or Dyspepsia. I can certify this from my experience of it. Yours, Ac. "JAMES THOMPSON." From Rev. Joseph Keririard, D. D., Pastor cf the Tenth Baptist Church, Philadelphia. Dr. Jackson Oear Sir !,I have been frequent ly requested to connect my name with re commendations of different kinds of medi cines, but regarding the. practice as o&t of my appropriate sphere.I have in all cases de clined ; but with a 33 clear proof i vari ous instances, and particularly in my owrv family of the use of Dr. Hoofland's German Bitters, I depart for once fronv my usual course, to express my full conviction that, for general debility of the system, and es pecially for Liver Couiplain-r, it is a safe and valuable preparation. In some cases it may fail ; but usually, I doubt not, it will be very beneficial to those who suffer from the above causes. Yours, very respectfully, "J. 11. KENNARD." CAUTION. Hoofland's German Remedies are counter feited. See that the signature of C, M JACKSON is on the 7!T wrapper of each bottle. All others are counterfeit. Principal Office, and Manufactory at tho German Medicine Store, No. G31 ARCH-St., Philadelphia, Pa. CHARLES EVANS, Proprietor, Formerly C. M. Jackson Co. P R I C E;S : Hoofland's German Bitters, per bottle, $1 00 " ' half dozen, 5 00 Hoofland's German Tonic, put up in quart, bottles, $1 60 per bottle, or a half dozen foi i?7 50; py Do not forget to examine well the ar tide you buy, in order to get the genuine. For sale by all Drujgibts audStorekeeper3, everywhere. ulS-Ciu. 1