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Hog* i> the Apple Orchard. N"Lo.ij m'ikls such apples to the market as in}’ neighbor John Jacobs- He always ha> apples to sell Ullli gets the lltgllc.-t price. Folks prefer fair large apples; ami such are always packed iu JacaiWljtfyfcis. You uiiolit scareii them wbirh a oaudlc and not rind a knotty fiiritor a worm indc. Such Rhode island Greenings and R >x buiy Ru.-setsl have never met with in oi.i Stales. They are as Jfaodsotuo us any thing in the virgin soil* of the West. 1 was by Jacobs orchard List summer, and 1 bad the curiosity o cull and examine for myself. Says I—‘Neighbor, what is there in your soil tiiat makes such smooth, large apples? They are a third bigger than anything 1 can get, and tliy trees look as well us your’s.’ ‘The seer tis not in the soil.’ Joint replied, with a twinkle i bis eye. ‘Do y<m s*e those gruuters Ureru ? My pork brings me titty cents a pound—eight in flesh, and the balance in fruit. I began to pasture my orchard ten years ago with hogs, and since that time I had no trouble with wormy fruit.—Apples, as a general thing don’t fall from tire trees unless something is the matter with them. The upppic-wnnu and euiculio lay their eggs in the fruit, and the apples drop early. The pigs devour the apples, and by September unsound apples urn gone, and I have nothing but fair fruit left.—The crop of insect for the next year is destroyed by the pigs. They root around under the trees, keep the soil 4oose, manure the land some, and work over what manure I spread The apples | help the pigs, and the pigs, help the apples. 1 saw John’s secret at once, and have prolited by it. I never had so few insects as this spring, and I give the pig.-credit for In turning the orchard into a pasture, put in pigs —not laud pikes, with snouts like leavers. You may lose trees as well as insects in that case. But wellbred animals, with judicious snouts, will root in a subdued and ehristian-liko manner.— American Agriculturist, Bangers of Exposing the Limbs. A distinguished physician, who died some years since iu pans, declared, “I ■believe that during ttie twenty-six years I have practised my profession in this city, twenty thousand children have beta carri ed to the cemeteries, a sacriliee to the ab surd custom of exposing their arms nuked." ' I have often thought if a mother were anxious to show the soft white skiu of her baby, and would cut a roound hole in the ; litiie thing’s dress, just over the heart, •and then carry it about. for observation by : the company, would do very little harm | But to expose the baby’s arms, mem lets so far removed from the heart, and with sucii feeble circulaiiou at best, is a most pernicious practice. Put the buld of a tiieruiouivtur iu a baby’s mouth, and the mercury rises to DO degrees. Now carry the sime to its liule bane; if tbc aims be Uaxe, and the. evening cool, the mercury 1 will sink to Id degrees. Of course all the ibloon whicn flows through those arms, must fall to within 3lf to 4ddegrees below the temperature *4 the heart. Need i say, when these currents of blood flow back into the chest, the clula’s geu-J era! vitality must be more or less com promised ? And need 1 add that we ought not to be surprised at its frequent recur-1 ring uficclumo of the tongue, throat, or l etom.a-L ? 1 have seen more than onej child with habitual cough and hoarseness, I or choking with muoua, entirely or pormu*! neutly relieve) by simply keep ug us arms! and bauds warm Every observing and progressive physician has oaily opportuni ty to witness the same cure. Cure lor In-Gorwing Haile. It is stated by a correspondent of the Medical and Surgical Jouruual, that a cauterization with hot tallow is au immedi-: ate cure fur iu-growing nails He say; —j ‘The patient on whom I tried this was a ; young lady who hud been unable to,put) on a shoe fur several mouths, ana decitiely the worst case 1 had ever aeeu. The disease bad been of long standing. The' edge of the nail was deeply underuiinded; the granulation formed a high ridge, port-1 ly covered with skin, aud thus constantly oozing from the ruutuf the nail; the whole toe was swollen, and extremely tender and i paiutul. My mode of proceeding was this: I 1 put a very small piece of tallow in a | spoon and held it over a lamp until it became very hot dropping two or three drops between tbc nail and granulations. The effect was almost magical. Pain and tenderness were at once relieved, and in a few days the granulations Were ifH "gone, the diseased parts dry and destitute of feeling, and the edge of the nail oxjiosed so as to admjt of betug paired without any iiKonveuieee. The cure was complete, and the trouble never returned, tl-huve tried this plan repeatedly Su>ce, ‘ witlffhe same satisfactory result. The qperatioo .. causes little or no li ’ propeily heated.’ 1(1 i :.L1 .-- r I ’i’ ■ ■- IDi * Tolu Lozenuehb, fox Colds.—Pirie il sugar, eight ounces: cream of tartar, orieM oun-e; starch, two drachms; tincture Of ! balsam of Tolu, one urachm. Bring to a , proper consistency, and form into l.ia-u- 1 b--’, by means of a suflictent quantity of oiuctl.ge of gum traga.aulu. *■*>* ~ ii i . -T SBRINXfR'S Balsamic Cough Syrup, FOl GOUGHS, COLDS. CROUP, WHOOP ISO COUGH, ASIIIMv. BRONCHITIS. SPITTING BLOOD, PAIN AND WEAK NESS OF , TUB BREAST., DIFFICULTY OF BREATHING. AC. . rrH!S is no ni'W remedy. It has been ‘ X. tor a number of years in Jb'i’.v- Savt 1 land and pails of Peansy Ivaiiia. and has wherever knowii. acquired an nnprgee-' , dented repntitiion for curing the various diseases for which it is reciiiiimetided. f ‘ So apparent, is it* usefulness, and so'jre- your ■ markable has be, U its cures, that it is fast • supersedingevery oilier remedy for those diseases. jTlse afflicted can rely upon its loiugas miich fur them, and in mam eases ■ ino.* lhi',n any other'remedy now before QJul- . i the pidilic, • flW.j • It is recommended aud prescribed in the , practice of a large number of ihe most in telligegl and able physicians of .Maryland, i It is o4e.d’and considered an indispensa ■ hie household reined by a large portion i of the first families of the State. No It is used by all classes of society, and the universal opinion is tlmt it is flood. 1 This Syrup is a pun ly Vegetable Compound. 1 It is pleasant to take and never dues inju- child ry. But owingto its purityi yr qualities, must do good under any circumstances. Its effects are truly wonderful —soothing, ’ calming; and allaying the most violent rued i coughs: purifying, strcmjthening and in , vigorai thig the whole system, calming and soothing the nerves, aiding and fimilita- I ting expectoration, and healing Ihe die oj ij DISEASED LUNGS, IThus striking at the root of disease and \ driving it from the svstem. CROUP. ’! ,TUgdisease is announced by difficulty cro/up \ 1 of Iwieathing, shrill whistling or wheezing, ; hacking cough, and threatened suffocation | &c. It mostly occurs in young children. Xc child need die of croup if this Syrup jis properly used, and used in time if . Mothers having croup.v children should watch the first show of disease, and always ! keep this remedy sit hand. this j For coughs after measles this .Syrup is i most excellent. Experience has proven ! that if is equalled by no other preparn- J lion. Syrup • The price of the remedy is such us to place it within the reach of all, the poor as well as the rich, and every person should have it. is ' Every person should have it in the house. It is a true and faithful friend to all who value health, and wish to secure themselves against that most terrible dis- used ease, consumption. It will he found the 1 most useful a*.well as the cheapest fami ■ly medicine in the world; It has been used for the lust four years with a success in ! without a parallel. j i Price 40 cents per bottle, or three bot ! ties for SI. 10. time. \ Prepared by S. A Foltz, Westminster. Md. j For sale by A. H. GREENFIELD, Bel Air. ( i Foutz’s Mixture IS a safe and reliable remedy for the cure of Rheumatism, Painful Nervous Affections, Sprains. Burns, Swellings, and • best all diseases requiring an external applica tion on Man. On Horses it will never fail to cure j Lini- Poll Evil. Fistula, old running Sores, or Sweeny, if properly applied. For Sprains, j ment Bruises, .Scratches.’Crooked Hoofs. Chafes, ! Saddle nr Collar G ill Cuts or Wounds, for it is an infallible remedy. Try it. aud be .( Convinced of its efficacy. Max. RHEUMATISM. Persons afflicted with this disease, no and matter of how long standing, Can be epromp’lv and < factually cured by using Beast ibis M xtiue. There is nothing in the world so.sure or so good to take aw >y Corns. ’.Uid Cure now Frost Biles as this preparation. Try it and satisfy yourselves. Price'3s and 50 in cents per bottle Prepared by K. A.’ Foutz. Westminster. Md I Use. For sale by A. H GREENFIELD. Bel Air. j rovirz’s Celebrated HOUSE & CATTLE I POVOSttL | - Powders have proved, after a ! j A trial of several years, to he superior j to any preparation of the kind in use j j j The chief superiority of these Powders I I j arises jrom the fact that they are com- i ! poed of Medicines that have Laxative, bi Tonic and Purifying props: ties. The Lax- a tf alive ejei ts crudities front the stomach and 2 | 11-! intestines; the Tonic gives strength to S I < i the svstem of the horse, and tfie purifying | medicines contained in them cleanse the j blood and lay the foundation for a healthy i and vigorous circulation. The use of i j them improves the wind, strength ns the \V \ appetite, and gives the horse a fine smooth | and glossy skin—improving the nppear j ance, vigor and spirit of this noble ani i mal. These Powders are not intended,'as j| \ Most powdets are, to bloat the nninial, so I as to give him the appearance of lajing,(at , j when not really so—bnl, to remove the 5 1 disease and promote his general bealtli | These Powders will strengthen the sto- i ! maeh and intestines, cleanse them from ' i j offepsiv matter and bring fliem to a heal-I i tfiy ’state. They are a sure prevention of I Lung Fever, and a certain remedy for all j ’ diseases incident to Ihe Horse, as Gian- uoj . j ders, Yellow Water, Distempers, Founder, j a jfS : Heaves, Slavering. Coughs, Fevers, lioss I P jg of Appetite, and Vital Energy, Ac. These S j q Powders, if nsed two or three limes a B week during the winter and spring, your • Horse will never get the Lung Fever, Col ic ,ojr Bolts. A few doses of the Powders 1 will remove the worst cough on any horse. Were the owners of horses to feed a tew of these Powders every year, they might wve.the lives of many valuable horses, MILCH COWS. The ppopyrtifs this powder possesses in 1 increasing he<|iuintliy of Milk in Cows, gives It an imuortanee and value which should place it in the bands of every )>er- ! V sou keeping a cow. in rattening cattle, | ’, it gives them an appetite, loosens their j hide, and makes them thrive much faster. • ■ HOGS. ' , In all diseases of Swine, as Coughs. Ul cers in the Lungs and Liver. 4e. t by put- ! ting from bff a paper to a nsper of these . Powders iu a barrel of swhl, the'above I ® diseases can l*e cured or entirely preVeqt-' iu ed! By using these Powders the Rog 33 2 Cholera can be prevented. 2 q u Prepared by H, A . Fourz, Westminster, § NR. ■ i i, Fpc *a]e by A. H GREENFIELD, cor- , !:. ' ner of Main •‘treel and t’tnl Deinsii Ave nue, Bel Air. Md. Price3s cents pet paper, or five papers for one doii*t. Lu y(i | STOVES! STOVES!STOVES! r piiE place to get cheap STOVES is ai L llie i'onvr nf day and Harrison streets', ailjh'iiuiig tlitr Bridge. . 01.U05, respectfully informs his country .friends, that he has the latest, best and most im proved Stores in tlife - city, comprising Cook, Parlor and Coloring Room Stoves ,of everv description Among llie number is theJWvl. PENN IMPROVED, for i wood nr coal, IfOY \LfDOK. and Sm art’s' Patent COOK STOVE, FAIRY ■queen Parlor stove, and ail sizes of ECU STOVES, which he can recommend as good. •;,! begs his friends to give him a call before purchasing else where. WILLIAM GLUCK, Central Stove House, f Gay Street Bridge. Baltimore. . sc;,lß-4m OLD TOWN WINE A JVD LIQUOR STORE! CIIkIKTOWJETII’S 159 Nfii ili May Si ml, lirfireen Exeter and C/iestiul Streets , Wholesale and Retail Dealers in I FOREIGN WINES AND BRANDIES. OUR STOCK consists of Madeira, Sherry, Port, Burgundy Port, Muscat, Malaga, Claret, and Champagne Wines, Fine Old Cognac Brandies, Hennesv, Martel and Vineyard, proprietors of su perior Vintages; Holland Gin; Jamaica and St. Croix Rum; Scotch and Irish Malt; fine OLD IIVK AND IDiUmiON WHISKIES, American Brandy and Gin, Rectified and Com mon Whisky—uli of which arc suitable for Fam ily nse—by the pint, quart, gallon or barrel.’— Havana, German and Domestic SUGARS; Olive ! Oil; Sardines, Ac.. Ac. Give ns a call. Remember, No. 159 North Gay Street. delMy To the f amors of Harford! (1 RA PITUDE fur the liberal patronage J of his friends and the public, with a desire for its continuance, prompts the j subscriber to notice, through the press, that the stock of • Iron, Steel, Nails AND HARDWARE On hand has been L ARGELY INCREAS ED, which with Agricultural Implements, GUANOS, am m xio And a superior article of BO3STE 3DXJST, <&C. 3 Is being sold at his old stand, AS LOW AS ELSF.WHERE in ihe State, the latter articles deliverable principally at S! lURE’S LANDING, and at his New Warehouse, near STAFFORD, on the Tide Water Canal, at which points GRAIN will be received at current market rates. Having also the ageiirv for the county of Ifyford o( the PRATT &. SVI ED LEY HORSE RAKE, with a few oh hand, shall be pleased to supply that most invaluable Harvester. COARSE BONE fr sale, Aim. GOVERNMENT 5-20 LOAN, for par funds. R. I. JACKSON, uiy29-ly • Near Darlington, Aid. DAIIS^L^E WAIL STAEB Bel with Bel Air and Baltimore. IN CONSEQUENCE of the high prices of grain and nay, I have been compelled to raise.the fare on Stages, promising, as soon as decline shall take place in teed, to reduce the fare .o the old.rates. Thankful to the traveling public for the pa tronage'hcieiofore bestowed, 1 respectfully soli cit a continuance ■. . ; 1 The Stages via Turnpike leave Bel Air every , Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 8 o’clock A. M., arriving in Baltimore by 1 o’clock P. M.— Returning, leave Brown’s Hotel, High street, ev ery Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 8 A. M. arriving in Bel Air by 1 P. M. The Stage for Baltimore via Magnolia, (con necting with the 9.30 A. M. train from Haiti- > more to Philadelphia,) leaves Dallam’s Hotel, Bel Air, every motuing, Sundays excepted, at 8 o’clock. Passengers from Baltimore arrive in Bel Air oy 3 P. XI. JJ®~Fare through on either line $1 50. Way passengers accommodated at any -point on the road. JOS. K. BATEMAN, Prop’r. IOR RENT. ABLvCKSMITH AND WHEEL WRIGHT SHOP, with Dwelling A good siaml lor business, and will lie rented together or separately, on mode rate lenns, to a good tenant. Possession given on the t£ih March Apply to JOS. E BATEMAN, Near Cleiinoiu xMills, Harford Co., Alii ; li7 f Jf NOT A RUM DEITTK! A HIGHLV CONTKNtRATKP VEGETABLE EXTRACT. A Pure Tonic that trill p. Have ‘he Aj fliitetl "to! oof moke 'Drunkards. 1. ' ‘ DR. HOOFLAND’S GERMAN BITTERS. BV Dr. C. M. Jackson, Philadelphia, Will effectually and most certainly cure all dis eases arising from a disordered liver, STOMACH or KIDNEYS. HOOFLAND’S GERMAN BITTERS Will cure every case of Chronic or Nervous De bility, Disease of the. Kidneys, and Diseases aris ing from a disordered stomach. Observe the fol lowing symptoms resulting from disorders qf the digestive organs: Constipation Inward Piles. Fulness or Blood to the Head, Acidity of the Stomach, Nausea. Heartburn, Disgust for Food. Fulness or Weight in the Stomach. Sour Eructations, Sinking or Fluttering at the Pit of the Stomach. Swimming of the Head, Hurried and Difficult Breathing, Fluttering at the Heart. Choking and Suffoca ting Sensations when in a lying posture, Dim ness of Vision Dots or Webs befoie Ihe Sight, Fever and Dull Pain in the Head, Deficiency of Perspiration. Yellowness of I lie Skin and Eyes, Pain in the Side, Bulk, Chest, Limbs. &c., Sud den Flushes of Heal, Bunting in the Flesh, Cun slant Imaginings of Evil, and great Depression of Spirits. -PARTICULAR NOTICE. There are many preparations sold under the . name of Bitters, put up in quart bottles, com pounded of the cheapest whisky or common rum, costing from ‘2O to 4u cents |a-r gallon, the taste disguised by anise or coriander seed. This class of Bitters has caused and will con tinue to cause, as long as they can be so’d, hun dreds to die the death of the drunkard. By their use the system is kept continually undei the influence of Alcoholic Stimulants ol the worst kind, the desire for liquor is created and kept up, and the result isall the horrors attendant upon a drunkard’s life and death. For those wiio desire and wit! have a Liquor Bitters, we publish the following receipt: Get One Bottle Hoojland’s German Billers and mix with three quarts of good Brandy or Whisky, and the result will lie a preparation that will far ex cel in uKdicitml virtues and true excellence any of the numerous Liquor Bitters iu the market, and will cost much less. You will have'a I the virtues of Hoofland’s Bitters in connection with a good article of Liquor, at a much less price than these interior preparations will you. HOOFLAND’S GERMAN BITTERS Will give you a Good Appetite, Will give you Strong Healthy Nerves, Will enable, you to Sleep Will, Will give you brisk and energetic Feelings, And will positively prevent Yellow Fever, Bilious Fever, <(t. Those suffering loin bioken down and delicate constitutions, from whatever cause, either in | mule or female, will find in HOOFL VND’S GERMAN BITTERS, ! A remedy that will restore them to their usual health, Sue’, has been the ease in thousands of instances, and a lair trial is but required to prove Ihe assertion. REMEMBER, T hal these Billers are NOT ALCOHOLIC, And uot intended as a Bkvkkage. The Proprietors have thousands of Letters from the most eminent Clergymen, Lawyers, Physi cians and Citizens, testifying of their own perso nal knowledge to the beneficial tfleets and medi cal virtues of these Binel's. i Discuses of Kidneys and Bladder , in young or | aged, male or female, are speedily removed, and the patient restored to health. DELICATE CHILDREN, Those suffering from Marasmus , wasting away, with sealcely any flesh on their bones, are cured ' in u very short time; one bottle in such cases, will h->ye a most suiprisiug effect. Parents havi. g suffering children as above, and wishing to raise them, will never regret the day they commenced with these Bitters. Literary men, Students, and those working hard with their brains, should always keep • bottle of Hoofland’s Uit'.ers near them, as they will find much benefit from its Use, to botftmind and body, invigorating and not depressing. IT IS NOT A LIQUOR STIMULANT, AND LKAVKS NO PROSTUATION. ATTENTION, SOLDIERS! AN') THE FRIENDS OF SOLDIERS. Wceall llie attention of all having relations and friends in the arthy, to the fact that UOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS will cure nine-tenths of the diseases induced by exposures and privations of camp life. In the lists, published almost daily in the newspapers, on the arrival of the sick, it will he noticed that a very large jiioportion are suffering from debili ty. Every nw of thal tun'd can he readily cured by Hoofl md’s German Bitters. We have no hesi-, tation in stating that, if thes“ Bitters were freely used hiiiqii our soldiers, hundreds of lives might be saved, that otherwise would he lost. The proprietors are daily receiving thankful letters from sufferers in the army and hospitals, who have been restored to health by the nse of these Hitters, sent to them by their friends. BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS! See that ihe signature of “C. M. JACK SON” is oil the WRAPPER of each boiife. ,■ Frice Per Bottle 75 Cents, Or Half Dos. for 94. (Jcs= Should y.our nearest druggist not have llie article, do uot be put off by any of the intoxicating preparations that may be offered in its place, hut send to us, and we will forward, securely packed, by ex press. PRINCIPAL OFFICE AND MANUFACTORY, 631 Arch Street, Flillad’a, JONKS & EVANS, (Successors to t. M. JACKSON Jc CO ) Proprietory. r sale by A. H. GRE NFIELD; corner of Maip street and , Port Deposit BEL AIR, JV’d ~antl by Druggists tin (I Dealers in every town iu the United ttoMrft fttHl s l iVYEH'S Sarsaparilla FOa FUHIIYING THE BLOOD, And for the speedy coreofthe following complaints; Scrofula nnd Srrofulout Affections, *ach ns Tamara, Derrs, Hopes, Eruptions, Pimples, Pastilles, Bloirbes, Boils. ■ Inins, and all Skin Disease*. Oakland, I ml., 6th June, 1869. i ,y. C. Ayer & Co. Ueutnl feet it mv-dutv to ac knowledge what vonr Saitaparillh link done (Or irte. Having inherited a Scroftdoua infection, 1 have suffered from it in various wan tbr years. Some times it burnt oat iu Ulcers on mv hands and arms; soinqtimes.it turned,iuward and distressed me at ft)* stomach. Two years ago it broke out on my head and covered my scalp and ears with one sore, which was painful ah(l loathsome beyond description. 1 tried many medicines mid several physicians, but without niuch relief from anything. In fact, the disorder crew worts. At length 1 was rejoiced to read In the UOspel Messenger that yoa had prepared an alterative (Sarsaparilla), for I'knew from yonr reputation that anything you made must be good. , I sent to Cincinnati and got it, and used it HI) it i cured me. 1 took it, as you advise, in small doses of i a teaspoonful over a month, and used almost three I i bottres New and healthy skin soon began to form under tire scab, which alter a while tell off. My ! skin Is now clear, and 1 know bv my feelings that the disease has gone from my system.' You can well beiieve that 1 feel what 1 ani saying when I tell yon, that I hold you to be one of the apostles of the nge, < and remain ever gratefully. Yours, ALFRED B. TALLEY. St. Anthony’* Fire, Rose or Ery*ifH*la*, ' , Tetter and Halt Rheum, Scald (lead, , ' Ringworm, Sore Eye*, Dropsy, f Dr. Robert M. Preble writes from Salem, N. Y., 12th Sept.. 1880, that-he has'cured ffn inveterate case of Drops/i. which threatened to terminate to tally, bv the persevering use Of out Sarsaparilla, and also a dangerous Malignant Erysipelas bv large , doses of the same; says be cures the commou Erup tions by it constantly. Bronchorrle, Oolfrc or Swelled York. Zebuton .S.onn,of Prospect Texas, writes: ‘•Three bottles of your Sarsaparilla cured me fr om a (Mire r fered from over two years.” I.rnrorrhorn or White*, Ovarian Tumor, Uterine Ulceration, Female Disease*. i Dr J. B 8. Channiug. of New York City, writes: “ 1 most cheerfully comply with the request of tour agent in saying I have round voffr Sarsaparilla n I most excellent alterative in the numerous com plaints tor which we employ such a remedy, but especially in Female Diseases of the Scrofulous diathesis. I have cured many Inveterate eases of Lrncnrrhaeo by it. and some where the complaint was caused by ulceration of the uterus. The ulcer ation itself was soon cured. Nothing within my i knowledgeequalsfi lor these feina e derangements.'’ I Edward 8 Marrow, of Newbury, Ala., writes: -' “A dangerous, ovarian •amor on one of the lemales In nc- lami.y, which had defied all the remedies wo cnihu. employ, has at length been completely cured l>y your Extract of Sarsaparilla. Our physician 1 thought nothing but extirpation could afford relief, but lie advised the trial ot your Sarsaparilla ns the | last resort before cutting, and it proved effectual. I Alter taking your remedy eight weeks no symptom of tlie disease remains ” j Syphilis and tlfrcnrlnl Disease, i I Ni:w Oullans, 25th August, 1859. . i Dn. J C Ayer: Sir, 1 cheerfully comply with the request of your agent, nnd report to you some | of the effects 1 have realized with your Sarsaparilla. 1 have cured with it. in ray practice, most of the < complaints for which it is recommended, and have , found its effects truly wonder ful iu tlie cute of 1 Venereal anti Mercurial Disease. One of ray pa : tienta had Syphilitic ulcers in Iris throat, which wore | consuming Ins palate and the top or his mouth. Your Sarsaparilla steadily taken cured him iu rt/e weeks Another was attacked by secondary symp toms In his nose, and the ulceration hud eaten away a considernb e part of it, so that I believe the dis order would soon reach Ids brain and kill him. But 1 it yielded to my admiiristialiun of your Sarsaparilla; the ulcers heard. and he is well again, uot or course , without some disdguration to his face. A woman ‘ who had been treater) tor tire same disorder by mer i cury was suffering from this poison in her bouca. They had become so sensitive to the weather that on a damp dav she suffered excruciating pain in her joints and bones She 100, was cured entirelv by , i your Sarsaparilla iu a tew weeks I know fr om its formula, which yonr agent pave me, that this Preparation from" your laboratory must be a great remedy ; consequently, these truly remarkable re sults with it have not surprised me. Fraternally yours, U. V. LARIMER, M D. Rheumatism, Rout, Liver Complaint. Indkpksdkncb. Preston Co., Va., 6lh July, ISS9. Dr J. C. Ayer - Sir, I have been afflicted with a painfur chronic Uheuma!ism tor a long time, which baffled the skill of phi sicinns, nnd stuck to me in spile of all the remedies 1 could Uod. until I tried your Sarsaparilla. One bottle cured me iu two weeks, and restored my genera) health so much that lam toe better than before X was attacked. 1 think It a wonderful medicine, J FKEAM Jules Y, Getchel), of Bf. l<onJa. writes: “I have been afflicted tbr years with au affectum of the Liver, which destroyed my health. 1 tried everything, | and everything toiled to relieve me; and T Imvo I been a .broken-down man tbr some years from-no other cause than derangement nf the Liver. My beloved pastor, the Rev Mr. Espy, advised me to try your Sarsaparilla, because he said he kuew you, and anything you made was worth trying By the blessing of God it has cured me, and bus so purified my blood as to made a new man of me. 1 feel vounor again. Tlie best that can be said of you is uot half good enough,’' ■chirr**. Cancer Tumors, Enlargement, Ulceration, Carlo* and Exfoliation of the Roues. A great variety of cases have been reported to ua where cures of these tbrmidable complaints have resulted from the use of tiffs remedy, hut our space here will not admit ‘them.' Borne of them may be found in our American Almanac, which the agents below named are pleased to furnish gratis to ail ivTjo call for them. Dyspepsia, Hr nr I Disease. Fit*. Epilepsy. Melancholy, Neuralgia. Many remarkab.e cures of these affections have been made by tlie alterative power of this medicine, it stimulates the vital functions info vigorous action; and thus overcomes disorders which would he sup posed beyond its reach. Such a remedy lias long been required by the necessities of the people, ana we are confident that this will do for them all that medicine can do. Ayer’s Cherry Pectoral, TOR TUI RAPID CURE Of Conghv Colds, Influenza, Hsarmaeu, Cronp, Bronchitis, Incipient Con* sumption, nnd far the Relief of Consumptive Patient* iu advanced Stages of (be Disease. ‘ ■ This is a remedy so universally known to surpass any other for theenrebf throat and lung complaints, that it is useless here to publish the evidence of its virtues. Its- unrivalled excellence for con.il - art colds, and its truly wonderful cures of pitimo ’ - ‘ disease, have made it known throughout the ized nations of the earth. Few are the communities, j or even families, among ftiem who have not soma personal experience of its effects —some living trophy in their midst of ha victory over the subtle and dangerous disorders of the throat and lungs. As all know the dreadful fatality of these disorders, and as they know, too, the effects of this remedy, we need not do more than to n.-.-ure them that, it has now ajl the virtues that it did have when miking the cures which have won so strongly upou the confidence of mtnl;|nd. • Prepared by Dr; J. C. ATEB & Co., Lowell, Mass, For sale by A. H. GREENFIE Be) Air. 0 CHURCHVIhLt HOTEL. THE SUBSCRIBER, having taken this well known establishment, long known as “Ham ka's Hotel,” is prepared to accommodate bia friends and the public. THE ACCOMMODATION STAGE Running between Cburchville and Aberdeen.- leaves the /Hotel daily (except Sundays) at 16. minutes before 10 o’clock, A. XI., returning, leaves'Aberdeen immediately on the arrival of the train. - ‘ the last Saturday of each montb. at 2 •’clock P. M.. a PtlßLfb SALE will come off, at which All kind* of Stock, Carriages, Wagons, ’ Farming Implements, Ac., Ac., will be offered. fe!2-y , PHILIP OkSWAK, Proprietor. 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