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THUllSrAY::::::i::::::::MAY"20
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
I:uexsb'--ci and Chesson Railroad. 1
on and after April 25, 1SG0, trains on this
ran as follovrs :
TiF. v e 'r:sr.uiiC5
' ; 7.4'1 A. M., connecting with Philct lcl
r;,',a ;.r.J Pittsburgh Express West, and
Southern Express East. .
t 7.10 P. M., connecting with Mail Train
West and Philadelphia Express East.
Lkave Oussox
At 0.20 A.M., or on departure of Pitts-
v.i-r'n express est.
At s.si r.
Train West.
M., or on departure of Mail
Memoranda. The bonded warehouse
Mr. Joseph S. Finch, Pla.sbunr, fell
down on Friday evening last, burying
several men in the ruins. One was killed.
...The national bank at Clearfield was en
tered by burglars on the night of the 13th
and robbed of 13,000 in cash and $1,
5U0 in IT. S. bonds. A reward of 61.000
is offered for the arrest of the burglars....
Cow hydrophobia is the latest in Greens
burg.... Mr. J. K. Shryrock lias been ap
pointed postmaster at Wilmore, Cambria
cutttttv, rice Mr. J. MeColgan, removed.
...Mr. Henry Miller, of Bedford county,
w.is instantly killed by a falling tree on
tho Slh inst Our former fellow-townsman,
Mr. John 1. Jones, is in town on a
viVit. lie is now living in Preston county.
West Virginia.... A couple tf base ball clubs
have been organized in Altoona Michael
Warmouth, of Huntingdon county, was
recently killed while assisting to raise a
brick-yard shed in Bedford county An
other fire in Altoona last week Two
children of YVui. llobinson, of Puncans
ville, aged T and 9 years, while playing in
the yard on Friday, discovered a piece of
bread spread with arsenic, placed as a bait
for rats, and ate the poison off The
children imaio diately showed symptoms
of being poisoned; prompt medical reme
dies were applied, and their lives were
?aved Oar townsman, Mr. A. Cr. Fry,
lust a valuable horse bv death on Sunday
night Summerhill had a concert on Fii
(1 ly and Saturday evenings ...The weather
is a Jittb mixed. One day it is shine, the
!:oxt rain, and all the time it is mud ankb
cl.ej ...Two men, 1. R. Ilarnish and V.
A. I! iek, were wnylaid ly highway rob
h i- n : ir Huntingdon cn the night of the
'J7;h v.lt. They had very little money on
iheir persons, and therefore the robbers
lil v.ct much more thnn their labor for
fir.ir pains V seifdtibLed "PrcfesW
'r;ured lately in AVilliamsburg, B!Tir
c untv, got up a class in mathematics,
collected v J. OH a head from eieh jv;ril.anl
then '-lit out." The class w,,uIJ like to
bear fro. i the '-Professor."... A woman
in Soincr.-ct county was recently relieved
of a tape worm eighteen feet hi length.... I
A direct -..rs' cars, which cost S';".00f). has
just Uva completed at Alto. -in. It will
.shortly convey the Vice President and cer
tain ( her officials of the Pennsylvania
railroad over the Pacific Railroad to C;tti
f iiiia V man was brou-ht hither from
.h'!:ii;io-v!i on Saturd.iy night and com
mitted to jail. He is charged with giving
!';- wife -a wee bit of a baling.". ..P. ft-.
P. Pratt, of Phil d, lriiia: delivered a
t -o.pi ranee lecture in the Congregational
tluirch ( i' this j.lace on Tuesday night.
v.-as well attended.
A Cm,;) AND I'AITIIFLL SERVANT.
A wvi k r r so aire., -'Chr
apiam
Pav is eon-
c'-udi:i the tiird year cf his contract a.s
-i:r'..T .f the mail
between the Ebens-
W: ( )
fr i
and the E. & C. B. B. dep'it.
.1 Ii:it
lias been a god and faithful ser-
Vit evidenced by the fact that, come
;,Jr or foul weather, come sleet or come
'jv, h0 i.s ami Cvcr lias been faithful to
lis c;..liing5 and has delivered to the peo-!'"-'
f Ebensburg and vicinity their mail
''Utter on time always provided the B. B.
Biadc its time-table connections. All our
5 ca readers will be glad to know that the
' Chaplain" does not purpose severing his
nnecti..n with the mail service, but, on
'tie contrary, that the musical screech of
his overladen wheelbarrow will be heard
h:i our streets o' mornings and evenings
aoreaftcr as heretofore
N'kw Books. Mr. David T. James
lls become agent in this place for the sale
'anew and valuable work entitled, "The
of Christ," by Rev. Dr. Eddy. It is
a hrge and and beautifully bound book,
ar"l will be sold at from $4;50 to 67,50,
a?""rding to the style of binding. It is a
fck of rare excellence. It is another cf
'J t: and in the right direction, to solve
tilt' ! -, '',., T s II . , .
Ms
ic.
." "i'-iji oi ,jcsus jurist, Jus nature,
; -''character, his relations toman,
also agent for another book
-Ora the Lost Wif.?," by Mrs.
'la Z. Spencer. This book is finely il
rattd. printed neatly, and will be sold
" low price of $2.00.
''lAitrtiEj) At Episcopal church. Mid
A't;(.May Cth, 1SC0, by Bev.C. P.
Mi M t ,T C TcCkT' cditor PlCSS t0
ts A. Lizzie, daughter Jno. Grant, Esq.
5 jauaabf .V.
Intemperatk Language. Cassville
is a town in Huntingdon county. At the
late term of the Huntingdon Court, a party
residing in that town applied for hotel
license. The application was sicrned hv
tho rcquire(1 nUniher of citizens of the
town. In addition to this, four persons
raude affidavit that such licensed hotel was
indispensably necessary for the welfare
and accommodation of the citizens of the
town nnd vicinity, and for the traveling
public. A protest was presented to the
Court, but of coarse the application was
granted. The law allows the Judge no
alternative in such case.
In connection with this matter, wo arc
pained to read such intemperate and out-
rarcoud language as follows in last week's
Ttr.ipcnnrcc Yiudicafor :
"Judge Taylor is aware, certainly tint ilia
not necessary for the veljare of any communi
ty 10 have a poison fountain opened accord
ing to law, in their midst. If he knew it, the
affidavit of any man to the contrary, should
not have a feather's weight with him ; and if
he does not know that legalized liquor hells
are fountains of death floodgates from
u hence isue a coutiuual stream of desola
tion, of misery, of woe. of death temporal,
and death eternal, he is not fit to occupy the
responsible position of Judge ot a Court that
has such a power lor good or evil in its con
trol." The editor of the Vindicator ought cer
tainly to know that the Judge of a Court
eloes not inaJcc laws. He simply executes
them as he finds th!ni on the statute-book.
If any person is dissatisfied with our pres
ent license system, let him attack the law
makersnot those whose sworn duty it is
to carry the laws into effect. Such talk
as the Vindicator indulges in is not only uncalled-for
and outrageous, but is a positive
injury to the temperance cause.
YTe might add that if anybody in Cam
bria would make an insinuation against
Judge Taylor's integrity like unto the Vin
dicator's, he would be lashed naked from
one extreme of the county to the other.
Pkcomation of tiieSoldieks Graves.
Below we print a call for a meeting of
the soldiers and citizens of Fbensburg and
vicinity to take into consideration the pro
priety of observing in a suitable manner
what is destined to be a National Memorial
Pay the day set apart for the decoration
of the graves cf the Union soldiers whe
iofc their" jives in the war of the rebellion.
All who revere the memory of our depart
ed soldiers should attend the meeting and
take part in the proceedings :
A meeting of the Union Soldiers of ELccs-
hnrir, snd vicinity, who served in the JUe
war" will he held iu the Court llonse, Eb- I
cn,l.UIr, on Thursday evoriin?, ili.y V.uh, I
Ibofi, at 8 o'clock, for the purpGse of making
arrangements for decorating the gruVcS of all
iK'eOiisoil sulaiers ot the late rebellion bai ie.
U place. Citizens are invited to attend
JmV I. EARKLMY,
J NO. N. i' VANS,
sam'i, :n;.RY.
F. P. TIERNEY,
WM. II. SECIILER,
S. W. DAVIS,
GEO. W. BROWN,
W.f. A. JONES,
WM. II. CONN ELL,
V. S. BARKER,
J. M. THOMPSON,
A. Y. JOEj,
:. v. BAr.KER,
F. U. BARKER,
A. (5. FJtY,
H. BERG,
K. C. EVANS,
JNO. O. EVANS,
J. MURRAY,
I). O. EVAN'S,
J NO. E. SCANLAN,
DAVID T. JAMES.
J I EARTH AND Home." The "Hearth
and Home," a semi-literary, semi-agricul
t ural weekly journal, is, we are free to say.
one of the best, if not the very best, pub
iiciu.-n oi me Kina ever cstaoiibU-M in
this Ci.uintry. A line story, illustrated, en
titled "Marrying Well," is commenced in
this week's number. Address 37 Park
Row, New York.
New Buildings. Wo notice scvera
ne v.- buildings are under headwaj' of con
struction. Mr. Jno. Lloyd is building
a beautiful residence in Mooretown. P.
A. Shoemaker, Eq., we understand, in
tends erecting a number of tenement
houses during the summer. Money can
not be invested to better advantage than
in this way.
The" Punxsutawney Plaindcider says:
Jt is rumored that a married man, living a
' ' -4
few miles cast of this place, one day this
week eloped with an unmarried woman,
and whither they have gone no one knows.
We understand that the said man left a
wife and several children to mourn their
loss. We will not mention any names.
Benevolence. During the present
week, the Mountaineer Base Ball Club will
distribute among the worthy poor of Eb
ensburg eight barrels of fiour. Many per
sons condemn base ball and base ball clubs,
but this action of the Mountaineers ve
opine, will convince t iem that some "good
can come cut of Nazareth."
Ice Cream. B. B. Thomas opened
the ice cream season one night last week.
He has fitted his rooms neatly and elegantly
and is now prepared to wait upon his old
customers. Bcb is clever and accommo
dating, and besides he keeps a little the
best cream we know of. Give him a trial.
Col. Geo. F. McFarlan, Superin
tendent of soldiers' orphans, has issued a
circular address directing the various or
phans' schools and homes throughout the
State to annually observe the 20th day of
May as a national memorial day for the
decoration of soldiers' graves.
LOCAL CORRESPONDENCE.
LETTER FROM JOIIX3TOWN ACCIDENTS DEATH
OF A CENTENAKIAN AXOTUER DEATH DOG
LAW THE NEW COVHT, tC.
Johnstown May 17, 18G9.
To the Editors of The Alleghanian :
On Wednesday, 12th inst., a man nam
ed Colligan, residing in Cambria borough,
was seriously injured in the mines of the
Cambria Iron Co. lie had one of his arms
broken, his head crushed, and was other
wise seriously injured.
On Saturday last, a man naracd John
M. Reese and a boy named Watkins were
dangerously burned by an explosion of
fire damp in the coal mines located in
Cambria boro.
Mrs. Shehan, an old lady aged 102
years, residing in Millvillc borough, while
attempting to cross the track of the Penna.
It. 11. tit the depot of this city, was struck
by a passing freight locomotive and was
seriously injured. No hopes are held of
her recovery.
Pr. T. F. Campbell, cf this city, died
very suddenly on Sunday morning last.
He retired in good health on the evening
previous, and was dead in the morning.
An over dose of morphine is said to have
been the cause.
The dog law is still in force, and the
dog police arc making a rich harvest at
the expense of the poor canines.
Since my last letter the New Court has
been located in the new Union Hall, at a
rental, I understand, of $800 per year.
Since writing the foregoing fire damp
accident, I have heard that the boy
Watkins has died. Beese will recover.
Pio.
The Markets. Elsewhcns we give
the market reports of Ebensburg, Phila
delphia, and Pittsburg. We are convinced
that these constitute a valuable feature of
a newspaper, and will henceforward fur
nish them to our readers weekly.
Married On the 13th inst., by the
Rev. J. R. Williamu, Mr. Thomas Murray,
of Maine, and Miss Rose W. M'Cartney,
of White township, this county.
Bead This. A place to buy good
chesp Tea and Coffee. The Empire Tea and
Coffee Co., of New York, have appointed V.
S. Darker, of this place, their ajrent for the
sale of their choice Teas and Coffees. Below
will be found the prices of Teas. Any per
son on looking it over can see for themselves
that the can save from 2o to 50 percent, by
purchasing from him : Best Black, per lb.
bl,30 ; Y. Ilyon, 1,C0 ; Japan 1,35 ; Eng.
Breakfast 1,33 ; Imperial 10 ; Gun P
-r0 E,,S- l;rcakldt Cofiee oO cent
l'unJ ; J.vVa 3a.
owder
cent3 per
C2oors AT Ct"-iT. B. B. Davl designs
removing his meronmLle establishment from
its present location, r.eir the "Diamond,'7 to
the rooms in the East Ward i"jrmerly occu
pied by E. Ilughrs k Co. He does cot covet
the trouble of "moving" his stock now on
hand, and so, to the end of avoiding that
trouble, he will, ior six weeks, sell goods for
cost, uive uim a call and secure barrain3.
Everything. Hardware, tinware,
sheet-iron ware, copper-ware, stove?, and
anything and everything in that line, for sale
at George Huntley's. Also, cott'ee, sugar,
cigars, notions, kc, Ac. He ha3 a bigger
store-room, and better fitted, than any simi
lar establishment in Cambria county"
Hot Weather. Summer will soon be
her?, and our rerders will need summer
1 Hing. When in Johnstown, visit Leopold
t Eio'ss store. They can sell summer cloth
ing, to say nothing s'.bout summer hats, cups,
&c, cheaper than can be bought iu Philuhel
phia. Mayor, Mayer. Johnstown is not a
city, and so ha3 not a Mayor. Rut it has
what is better i. has a Mayer. This Mayer
Fells dry and dress goods cheaper than can
be bought elsewhere in that town. Try him
when you have an opportunity, and be con
vinced. New Dress and Dry Goons. A. G.
Fry h:3 just received a splendid stock of
dress and dry goods. The attention of our
fashionable ladies and gentleman is directed
to this fact. The goods will be sold "dirt
cheap."
Notions. M. L. Oatman has just re
ceived a very large and very varied stock of
notions. Go and see them. Go and see them
to-day. Go and see them, go and see them
to-day, and buy what 3 ou need.
$10,000 Reward. A' reward of $10,-
000 is offered for the discovery of a man who
will say that he knows cf a stcre in Ebens
burg where he can buy goods cheaper than
it A. A. Larker & Son s. Spring stock just
received.
Hoe ! Every one. If you own a gar
den, and purpose cultivating the same, go to
T. W. Williams' to buy your rake, spade, hoc,
&c. Every rood ought to maintain j ts man,
and so every man ought to be an agricultur
ist.
TO THE WORKING CLASS !
I am now prepared to furnish all clas
ses with constant employment at their homes,
the whole of the time, or for the Fpnre mo
ments. Business new, light and profitable.
Fittv cents to S3 per evening, is easily earned
by persons of cither sex, and the boys acd
girls earn nearly as much as men. Great
fnducemeuts are offered those who will de
vote their time to the business ; and, that
every person who see3 this notice, may send
me their addres3 and test tne ousines3 io-
themselves. I make the following unparalieiea
offer : To all who arc not well satisfied with
the business, I will send Si to pay for the
trouble of writing me. Full particulars, di
rections, Ac,, sent free. Sample sent by mail
for 10 cents. Address tt. C. Alien augusia,
Maine. l;uarculi-,ia-
Jg NEWSTOBE!
NEW GOODS!
NEW GOODS !
THE PEOPLE'S ONE PPJCED STORE1 :
HIGH STREET, EBEXSBUEG."
o ;
ASK FOR FRY'S CHEAP STORE. :
EVERYTHING BOUGHT SINCE THE
GREAT DECLINE IN PRICES.
THE LARGEST AND CHEAPEST STOCK
OF GOODS IN TOWN.
BARGAINS !
N E W STOCK OF
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, HARDWARE,
QUEENS WARE, &C,
JUST RECEIVED AXD FOR SALE AT THE NEW
CHEAP CASH STOIIE OK
C3r. 37" jE2 "ST !
in the rooms formerly occupied by R. IT. Tu
dor, on Iligh-st.
BA R GA INS IN DRY GOODS !
BROWN MUSLINS,
ELEAC1IED MUSLINS,
CHECKS,
GINGHAMS,
TICKINGS,
SHIRTINGS
D3NIMS,
DRILLS,
JEANS,
DELAINES,
LAWNS,
PRINTS, &c.
ROOTS AND SHOES I
lien's Calf and Kid Coots,
Ladies Congress Gaiters,
and French Moroco Shoes,
Children's Shoes.
BARGAINS IN GROCERIES !
COFFEES, TEAS,
SYRUPS, MOLASSES, SYRUPS,
SOAPS, CANDLES, SPICES,
HARDWARE IN GREAT VARIETY 1
QUEEN'S WARE AND GLASSWARE !
CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS !
A beautiful assortment on hand and for
sale cheap.
PROVISIONS I
HAM, LARD,
SIDE, BUTTE K,
SHOULDER, EGCJS,
MESS PORK, CHEESE,
EISII, &c.
CO UNTR Y PR OD UCE 1
taken in exchange for goods.
Call and be convinced that I am selling
cheaper than any other store ia the county.
QUICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS.
May 13, G9. A. G. FRY.
r l.
O A T M
A N
DEALER IX
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES !
consisting in part of
DOUBLE EXTRA FAMILY FLOUR,
GRAIN, FEED, BACON, SALT. FISH,
DRIED APPLES AND PEACHES,
ALL KINDS OF CANNED FRUITS
t
SUC, -ES !
SYRUPS !
&c.
TEAS !
MOLASSES I
COFFEES !
CHEESE I
&c.
Also a large stock of the best brand3 of
CIGABS AND TOBACCO !
rST" Store on High-st., three doors eat o!
Crawford's Hotel. feb. 4.
ALU ABLE TOWN PROPERTY
AT PRIVATE SALE. The undersign
ed will sell at private sale the House and Lotin
the East Ward of Ebensburg Rorough, front
ing CG feet on High street, and extending
back along Caroline street 2G4 to Lloyd
street. This property is conveniently located
either for business purposes or for a private
residence. The house is a two-story frame,
with 4 rooms on each floor, with stable and
suitable outbuildings. The lot is in a fine
state of cultivation, and has 7 bearing apple
trees on it.
For terms apply to Catharine Roberts, at
the residence of R. E. Jones, in the West
ward of said Rorough. or to the undersigned
at his office. WM. II. SECIILER,
May 13-tf. Attorney at law.
OTICE.
I have sold out my stock of Groceries
to A. G. FRY, whom I cordially recommend
to my old customers. He will treat yon well.
Try him.
I hereby give notice to all my creditors
and debtors to call and settle their accounts.
Ey getting what is coming to me, I expect to
pa my debts. I will be about the old place
till Jr.'lv 1st. R. II. TUDOR.
May 0, 1SC0-3L
rpilOS. J. LLOYD,
jj Dealer in
LUMRER OF ALL KINDS,
EBENSBURG, CAMBRIA COUNTY, PA.
The highest market price will be
piid, in cash? for all kinds of good Lumber.
JK25 Particular attention paid to filling all
orders. Lauo- 13-
TVTOTICE.
Irk All persons wanting to got one of the
celebrated Aetna Mowing and Reaping .Ma
chines, must leave their orders with me be
tween this and the 20th of June, in order
that I may have time to order them before
thev are wanted to use. GEO. HUNTLEY.
May 13-Gt.
hpRICES GOING DOWN!
AT THE
EBENSBURG HARDWARE $
FURNISIIIXG STORE.
HOUSE
I once more return my sincere thanks to
my old friends and customers for their lib
eral patronage extended towards me, and
now, owing to the great fall in prices, by
which many articles can be s.ild as cheap as
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, HINGES, 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,
SASII, RAISING, and MATCH TLANES,
SAW SETS, BENCH SCREWS,
CROSS-CUT, PANEL, RIP, COMPASS, axo
BACK SAWS,
GAUGES, OIL STONES, SCREW DRIVERS
PLOWS, POINTS, SHOVELS,
FORKS, SCFTnES and SNATHES, RAKES
HOES, SPADES, SHEEP SHEARS,
HORSE BRUSHES, CARDS, CURRY COM CS,
BELLS, II AMES, WHIPS,
BUT, TRACE, BREAST, IIALTER , FITII,
TONGUE, axd LOG CHAINS,
RIFLES, SHOT GUNS, REVOLVERS, axd
TISTOLS, CARTRIDGES,
POWDER, SHOT, CAPS, LEAD, TOUCHES,
POWDER FLASKS, GAME BAGS,
GUN LOCKS, MAIN SPRINGS, PIVOTS, c.
LAMPS axd OILS,
COOKING, PARLOR, a HEATING STOVES
TIN axd SHEET IRON WARE,
WASHING MACHINES, and WRINGERS,
kc, kc, kc, kc, kc, kc
Also FLOUR, TEA, COFFEE, SUGAR, &c.
TOBACCO axd CIGARS.
Odd Stoi'e Plates, Grates, and Fire Brick
always on hand to suit Stoves sold by me.
Well and Cistern Pumps and Tuling at man
ufacturers' prices.
Spouting made, painted, and pat up, at low
rates.
2f Persons owing me debts of long stan
ding will confer a favor by calling and paying
up as soon as convenient, as it takes a great
deal of money to keep up my stock and pay
expenses, and owing to the small profits that
I am making on goods I cannot afford to give
long credit the interest would soon eat up
the profits. GEO. HUNTLEY.
Ebensburg, Aug. 13, 18C8.
L L P A 1' E B ! -
AT V. S. BARKER'S,
EBENSBURG PENNA
a
THE CHEAPEST AND BEST AS
SORTMENT IN TOWN.
T3L
HOO ELAND'S GERMAN BITTERS
AXI
IIGOFLANDS GERMAN TONIC,
The Great Remedies for all Diseases of tbo
Liver, Slomach or Digestive Organs.
HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS1
Is composed of the pure juices (or, as theT
are medicinally termed. Extracts) of Roots,
Herbs, and Barks, r-g making a prepara
tion, highly concentrated, and entirely free
from alcoholic admixture of anr kind.
HOOFLAND'S GERMAN TONIC
Is a combination of al! the ingredients of
the Bitters, with the purest quality of Santa.
Cruz Rum, Orange, kc, making one of tho
most pleasant, ngrecable remedies ever of
fered to the public.
Those preferring Medicine free from Al
coholic admi.xuire, will use
. IIGOFLAND S GERMAN BITTERS.
Those who hac no objection to the com
bination of the Bitters, ns stnted, will ue
HOOFLAND'S GERMAN TONIC.
They are both equaPy good, and contain,
he same medicinal virtues, tlie choice be
tween the two being a mere matter of taste,
the Tonic being the most palatable.
The stomach, from a variety of cause3
such as Indigestion, Dyspepsia, 'Nervous De
bility, etc., is very apt to have it3 functions
deranged. The Liver, sympathizing as close
ly as it docs with the Stomach then be
corn?3 affected, the result of which is
that the patient sutlers from several or more
of the following diseases:
Constipation, Flatulence, Inward Tiles,
Fulness of Blood to the Head, Acidity of ths
Stomach, Nausea, Heartburn, Disgust for
Food, Fullness or Weight in the Stomach,
Sour Eructations, Sinking or fluttering at
the l it ot" the Stomach, Swimming of the
Head, Hurried or Difficult Breathing, Flut
tering at the Heart, Choking or Suffocating
Sensations when in a "jing posture, Dimness
of vision, Dots or webs before the sight, dull
pain in the Head, Deficiency of Perspiration,
Yellowness of the Skin and Eyes, Fain in the
Side, Back, Chest, Limbs, etc., Sudden Flush
es f Heat, Burning ia the Flesh, Constant
Imaginings of Evil, and great depression of
Spi rits.
The sufferer from these diseases should
exercise the greatest caution in the selection
of o remedy for his case, purchasing only
that which he is assured from his investiga
tions and inquiries, C" possesses true mer
it, skilfully compounded, is free from injuri
ous ingredients, and established for itself a
reputation for the cure of these diseases. In
this connection we would submit those well
known remedies Hocland's German Bitters,
an l Iloohmd's German Tome, prepared by
D ft. C. M. JACKSON, PHILADELPHIA, PA.
Thirty-live years since 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 euro Liver
Complaint, Jaundice. Dyspepsia, Chronic or
Nervous Debility, m 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
duced by Severe Labor, Hardships,
Exposure, Fever, kc.
There is no medicine extant equal to these
remedies in such cases. A tone and vigor
is imparted to the whole system, the appe
tite is strengthened, food is enjoyed, tho
stomach digests properly, the blood is puri
fied, the complexion bccomc3 sound anl
healthy, the yellow tinge is eradicated from
the eyes, a bloom is given to the cheeks, and
the weak and ncrvcus invalid becomes a
strong and healthy being.
PERSONS ADVANCED IN LIFE,
And feeling the hand of time weighing heav
ily upon them, with all it3 attendant ill?,
will find in the use of this Bitters, or the
Tonic, an elixir that will instil new life into
their veins, restore in a measure the energy
and ardor of more youthful days, build up
their shrunken forms, and give health and
happiness to their remaining years.
NOTICE!
It is a well established fact that fully one
half of the female portion of our population,
ate seldom in tho enjoyment of good health,
cr, to use their own "T" ? expression, "never
leel well." They are languid, devoid of till
energy, eitremely nervous, and have no ap
petite. To this class 0 persons the Bitters, or the
Tonic, is especially recommended.
WEAK AND DELICATE CHILDREN
Are made strong by the use of e-ither of
these remedies. They will cure every case
of MARASMUS, without fail.
Thousands of certificates have accumula
ted in the hands of the proprietor, but spaco
will allow of the publication of but a few.
Those, it will be observed, are from men of
note, and of such standing that they must
be believed.
TESTIMONIAL S :
non. Geo. W. Woodward, Chief Justice of
the Supreme Court of Pa., writes : Philadel
phia, March 16, 1867. I find noofland'a
German Bitters is a m 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, Geo. W. Woodward."
Hon. James Thompson, Judge cf the Su
preme Court of Pennsylvania.
Philadelphia, April 23, 1SGG.
"I consider 'Hoofland's German Bittera a
valuable medicine in case of attacks of Indi
gestion or Dyspepsia. I can certify thia from,
my experience of it. Yours, &c.
"JAMES THOMPSON."
From Rev. Joseph Kcnnard, 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 out of
my appropriate sphere, I have in all cases de
clined ; but with a clear proof in vari
ous instances, and particularly in ray own
family of the use of Dr. Hoofland's German
Bitters, I depart for once from my usual
course, to express my full conviction that,
for general debility of the system, and es
pecially for Liver Complaint, 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 respectfullv.
"J." II. KENNARD."
CAUTION.
IIoofland'3 German Remedies are counter
feited. See that the signature of C. M
JACKSON is on the s wrapper of each
bottle. All others are counterfeit.
Principal Olace, f.nd Manufactory at the
German Xedicine Store, No. C31 ARCII-St.,
Philadelphia, Pa.
CHARLES M. EVANS, Proprietor.
Formerly C. M. Jackson a Co.
P RICES:
Ile.ofland's German Bitters, per bottle, $1 00
" " half dozen, 5 uO
Hoofland's German Tonic, put up in quart
bottles, Si 60 per bottle, or a half dozen fo
S7 50.
jrw? Da not forget to examine will the ar
ticle you buy, in order to get the genuine.
For sale by all Druggists andStorrkecpcrs,
everywhere. uliJ-tfui.

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