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TBDSESOAT ' MOSSING, August P,
'Be JUST AND FEAR OT.'
V bnim, QTrtrtl w;i voir Po!"'
"Bursal Tlgtlnnce Is lie Price of Ultrtj"
PENNSYLVANIA EAlLKOAI). OX AND
after Monday, May 29, 1S65, Fassenger
Trains will leave Mifflin Station aa follow I :
Philadelphia Express.. 12.43, A. M.
t Fast Line 5.41, A. M.
Day Express 11.21, A. M.1
Pittsbg.A. Erie Mail 11.12, P. M.
Mail Train. 3.45, P. M.
Pittabg.4. Erie Mail.... 3.27, A. M.J
f Baltimore Express 4.59, A. M.
Philadelphia Express.. 5.3 A. M.
Fast Line 5.58, P. M.
Mail Train 3.53. P. MJ
t Emigrant Train 10.07. A. M.jjj
JAMES NORTH. Agt.
"Jtliy except Sunday. fDaily except Monday.
J Stop at l'errysTille at, 11:28 (if flawed)
11.20 S:5S Stop at Thompsontown at
J 8top at Perrvaville at 3.19 (if flared)
315 9:34. Thompsontown al 3.238:09
BoUNTT. It appears that Juniata
Count paid $114,495 a local Loual an.
tier the last three calls fir troops.
t& Persons indebted to the estate cf
T. Shormicr, deceased, of Patterson ate
called oo to pay up. See advertisuieat.
t- There have been scu.e chaugca of
the places fur the Special Sale of Govern
ment stock in Philadelphia. See tho ad
Vertisment. The youngest child of Governor
Curtin died on Wednesday evening last.
Its remains were to be taf:en to Pellefonte
fur intern err.
Jay All persona liable to Government
tax will da well to read and heed the no
tice of the collector in another column.
Head the notice and do cot ciaim igno
rance of its contents.
Oil Meftino. The stock holders bl
the Port Royal Oil Company are tequest
rdtoiutet in Perryaville, ou Saturday
text the l'J'.b. iust., at 1 o'clock P. M. for
important business, j
J. P. WHARTON, Scry. !
ngrTLe Copperhead editors having'
beard that the ctceiinits have carried
the election at many places in Virginia,
declare tint the "Dciii icratio prospects
arc growing brighter." They at once ac
cept rebel snccccssw a "Democratic"
triumphs, as they have beea doing for
he last four years.
flCKDEft. A copperhead atcdaddler
to Canada from Lcdford, lately return
ed and last week shot a union nuts nam
ed Jacob Crouse in the st'eets of Bedford.
Tiro brothers of the murderer, oae of
whom one enlisted in the rebel army
aided and encouraged hiui and they are
all lodged io jail. They all belong to one
of the first class Democratic families of
Bedford. The name is Reed.
The Cemetev. We are requested to
. state that there having been considerable
objection to locating the Cemetry on the
liill back of the Presbyterian Grave Yard
there will be a meeting held in the Lu
theran Church on next Saturday everting
at 5 o'clock of all citizens iuterested to
hear objections to this locality or propo
situs of a preferable one. Let every
bouy turn out.
The Solieji8 Casket. This !s the
title of a new magazine now in its eighth
number, and heretofore noticed in otir col
umns. It is published by C. W. Alexan
der, 123 South 3rd St. Philadelphia.
Price 62.00 peryesr S1.00 for six months,
25 cts. for specimen copies sent post free
In sending fur the Casket give the name
and date of this paper. It is jut the
Magazine which our returned soldiers will
love to read. Get a copy aud see.
Horse Recovered. Robert C. Gal
lagher of this place has recovered his
horse stolen from him on tho 8th of June
last. It appears that the thief took the
animal to a farmer Darned Loudensloger
near Selinsgrove, saying he was g'ing to
Bee a sick brother in the army and w-iuld
call for the aoimal again in four days.
Days past by and the horae became a ca
riosity and mystery. Aftet two months
Mr. Gallagher makes Lis appearance and
solved the mystery. The Selinsgrove
Post says the thief disposed of him in
this manner because lis wis closely pur
sued The bridle and saddle of Mr. J.
Sttlou? weresls'fec9TJTed with the b-Tse
I f)rr IwrvK U ..M.,.;, nf Sr.nuv I llim CrTfF Vrrrrvs. VTe have re-i
Tin. ..'t . oa ...... L.:-j . -iiL-li-."u-- .".fi -'ofa valuable
a-j ot age, died at Lis tat hers 'residence oof Aoaersonvi:ie, ua. Kepi uy ono 01 uu' iadv
the 28th of July of typhoid fever, lie
was a member of Capt. M'cClellan'a com
pany, 101st Regt. and came heme unwell
when tho Regt. ariivcd at Harrisb'urg and
was never able to return. lie was a young
man of Cue prospects, good character atid
well thought of by those who knew him.
His relatives have the sympathies of bis
Lie companions in the Company.
ftsir Vice of all seems to be holding
high carnival throughout the country.
Accounts of horrible murders, fiendish
outrages, bold robberies, daring incendia
risms, and kindred crimes, stare us in the
face in the columns of almost every paper
we open. Rape, more horrible in its at
rocity than murder, and doubly deserving
of death, is of every day occurrence al
most, and in most cases mere children are
the victims. War has been a terrible
scourge to the country, but instead of
improving it has sadly demoralized the
S. S. Celebration. We had the
pleasure on Saturday last of -attending in
a delightful grove below Jerico Mills,'
a grand Union Sunday School Celebration
held by the Union Schools at Happy Hol
low, Big Run and Pine Grove. The
turn out was large, the discipline and or
der maintained was all that could be de
sired, and the singing in some respects
went ahead of any thing we ever heard.
Short addresses were made by A. H.
Weidman, Esq. Kev. R. H. Fletcher, Di.
S. O. Ksenipfer and the Editor of this
paper. . The company were then iuvited
to a great dinner. The table was 1S5
&et long and well stocked. After a few
hours spent id the usual romp the coafpa
Coal Asp Coal Oil. Some of the
wise men tell us there can be no coal oil
in this section because we have no coal.
However we thiuk ttiat the philosophy of
of the formation oi coal oil is far from !
being established, while the major por.
tion of the old .theories ?re exploded. !
We do not consider Stoue-coal proof of
Hie esisttfnce or non existence of oil, but !
even if it wcro there is no proof that J
there is no stoae coal in our county.
On the contrary there is reason to believe
, . .,
there is coal. Good indications are MiJ ;
to exist aooutWaterfoid and other places. !
A splendid vsin is reported to Hive been !
opened near the Perry County line across . n
by Spanoglos Tannery. There is also a B. Governor Holdcn of North Caro
thin vbio of fcoal t" Le seen ia the rail ' l"a has addressed a telegraphic dispatch
road cut above IV-tersoa. Ihdibatio'iS ! m MOTrt- l H.k, now ia Xow
also exist at McCoysville where they are 1 York, in this furtherance of immigration
now boriiig for oil. We hope that our j to that Suite, iu leply to inquiries made
county mav be prospected and if there is j by them regardibg tho alleged disloyal
... , , - j, , uji' i feeling io iforth Caroliua, in which he
aovthms valuable in or under our bins , . v
J , , , says he apprehends uo disturbances ex
let it bftakco out. Infaot we cept in the abence of an effective police,
see what soule of odr M1U tere made for or the withdrawal of the troops. I!e iri
unlcss it was to hide coal, iron or oil. vites all :o Coras wi;h confidence in the
i future, and they will be gladly received
Mysterious Disappearance. it w;by the people
with mingled feelings which we can not
describe that we announce the disappear
ance of Wc. W .Gingrich of Mexico.
The following appeared ia tho llarrisburg
lehjrnph of last Saturday :
A Mystery. Yesterday we
e Published i
'er reia. j
;n tj,'.,t c;t ,.j
aa article from a baltimoro pape
L .t. I.
tive to a searcn luai was uiaue in iiiai uiiy
r . i. lvJ(,.,... r... t..o,.t...; i
A letter received yostcrday from Juniata,
states that the missin- man is Mr. Vm.
W. Gingrich, postmaster nd merchant, of
Mexico, Juniata county. He Ictt home
some twelve days ago, staling that he was
coming to llarrisburg, since which time
his family has not seen or . heard of him,
nor have they any clue as the cause of his
absence. There are various conjeotures
afloat concerning this myterious affair
some persons think he has been foully
dealt with, and other believing that he
put an etid to his existence during a lera
porary fit of insanity while others hive
circulated that he left oo account of finan
cial difficulties. The latter cannot be cor
rect, as it is said Giugrich paid out several
hundred dollars the day ho left home,
and had notes in his possession on which
no coum oouitu niouty uue nim ai auy
tunc. .Mr. O. was a quiet, sober, bonest
than, highly esteemed by all who knew
him. His family is ia great aistress on
account of the absence of their protector,
and have the sympathies of the commu
nity in their deep affliction.
We are' sorfy that developments
indicate that the charitable constructions
placed upon his disappearance a week ago
are now giving place to a settled convic
tion that he left with a view of defraud
ing his creditors. Though he had paid a
note in bank, yet he had borrowed money
wherever he could and had a great deal of
money of soldiers. The last that is known
of him is that he called at the bed room
of Uo-ace Applebaugli aC the City Hotel
iu Harrieburg and borrowed $15 saying
he was going o Ba!tia!ore. Although it
might be otherwise, yet it seems now to
be pretty well settled that he got all the
money he could and di-camped for parts
unknown. It is true that this is utterly
at varienee with his former character yet
tacts are daily being developed which
point to a settled purpose to carry out
this very gatue. Among others we are
out of pocket $3.00 by tho operation.
Wc feel deeply for his relatives and hunoe
let the matter rest here f?r tbe rrcreni."
men who was detailed as Hospital. Stew
ard, and to whom the oountry owes a
debt of deep gratitude for the complete
record. The numbers show that about
13000 gallant patriots died there through
the effects of ncgleet, starvation and reb
el barbarity. In this list of Pennsylvania
Regimeuts comprising 1793 of the vic
tims, we recognize the following as citi
zens ot Juniata County :
David Bogar, Sergt. Co. C. 184th
Pa. Vol. of Delaware township, died of
diarrhoea, Nov. 13th 1865, and his grave
is numbered 12,059.
James Leach, private, Co. C. '49th
Regt Pa. Vol., drafted ni'du, of Milford
township, died of Anasarca, August 23rd
1864, number of grave, 6,636.
J. M. Mehaffy, privato Co. B 16th Va.
Cav. of Beale township, died, September
Sth 1864, of Scurvy, grave numbered
Elias S. Shively, private, Co. M. 19th
Pa. Cav. of Fermanagh towrship; died
of Dysentery, July 27th 1864, grave
There may be many others that we do
not know, but here arb at least four citi
zens of our bounty who have been cruelly
murdered by inches id one of these j
slaughter pens of the South. J uniata
has a sad interest at Andersonville. Who
can tell its horrors ? It ia the blackest
page of rebel history a page which must
forever brand and damn them as among
the vilest fiends of tbe human race.
8BThe "Cojm," who are just now so
sadly troubled about negro suffrage, were
equally concerned a couple of years ago
about "soldier suffrage," and even last
Fall tried t j throw out the votes cf thfes?
brave men. With them soldiers and ne
groes were on the satce'foatic at tli'3 bal-
r!u A note from Jackson, Miss., con
tains the followiug expression recently
used by Governor Sharkey of Mississippi,
who, being asked if he had any objsctio'a
I to its publicity, said he bad uot, as it is
, , T , ,
lost all the negroes I had, some seventy
or eighty in number; but. so help uie
GuJ( j wou)d Dotca.,t a TOte to restore
the j.;.,,, eiirtri.
A. A horrible murder tfss discovered
on Tuesday morning iu the villsgs cf
Oakland, Connecticut. A woman and
her daughter were found dead in their
tA.I. rtit.il, iit.ti Vaan .At fin fir TIlAir
su"8 were fractured by blows of an axe,
aod sevbrd woUbds made with a butcher
knife were foiirid on their bodies. The
, , . - ,
son ot the murdered woman was arrested
00 uepieion of having commuted the
! nd has,,,,n.ce "knowledged that
j he d:d. the awful crlme-
Died : At the residence of his father,
in Spruce Hill township, on Friday even
ing, July 28th 1865, Joseph W. Martin,
of the 101st Pa. Vols., aged 20 years,
4 months and 21 days.
At & fiicfetiog of the Spruce Hill Lit
erary Society, oh Saturday evening Au
gust 5th 'G5, the following preamble and
resolutions were read and unanimously
Whereas, God, io his mysterious and
11 iaa I-ri,iM.infA tifta iwmnFtfit Ktf
dealQ our belove( brother, Joseph W
Martin, therefore be it
Resolved : That we recognise the
hand of God, ia this bereavement, and
bow submissively to his will, praying it at
bis early deith may be sauctiued to every
member of this Socletv.
RE60LVED : That this Society has lost
a faithful member and kind brother.
Resolved: That while we feel that
this is a! heavy tereavecuent, we are grate
ful for having the name ot one ot tbe
members cf our Society' enrolled among
the Martyrs of .Liberty.
Resolved: That we express our grat
itude to God whose, ways of grace exceed
our h!gfiest thVuht, that, .after, a life
exposed to many trials and temptations,
that we have comfortable evidence that
our departed brother is now safe in the
Christian's eternal homo
Resolved : That we tertdr our warm
est sympathies to the bereaved family and
relatives, of the deceased, and ask for
them the consolations of the Gospel, in
this hour of trial.
Resolved: That these resolutions be
published in '-the C&oe GdrlctJtil," and
thc.couuty papers ; also, that a copy be sent
to the pareuts of our departed brother.
r. j. shearer, y
SHEM ESU.. V .
BELLE St PATTERSON')
"last week culled
attention to'' TJEACE, ' . 1EACE,
liiford town-. S f fC.l . ?
Farm for sale in M
some etranse oversight tbe
erttsnieat 4!if nmitted-it will
be found i to dji paper. - :
NC18A Nets. What in the world has be
come ot our town authorities 7 Ihe
fumes that core nn th allev bv Our office !
from the cia st;M .in mirt at and the eeutt-1
al filth of tbe town is enoali lo bring us !
i t . I .
anoiucrviaitot thft Cholera.
tU We tie under obligations to Mr.
TATm. WMtadn. of Ferminagh twp. for a
few messes of moat splendid new potatoes.
Short Items. Messrs Maosbach and
Vanormer have sold their Store in this
town to Metsrs Hurley and Hoffman of Fa
yette town-hip..:.. .The Barn of Jofch C.
Bursa near Peru Mills was burnt with all
its contents it is believea to have been
set on fire...... Hiram Cowlea,an old soldier
las opened up a new Saloon under Thomp
son's Hotel we wish him success. .....Mr
Tilton withdraws from the Contest for Co.
Treasurer and erives 11 E P an open field
whieh we intend fencing Ulapk leases
for Coal Oil Lands for site at this Office.
MiFFLlSTO HiV AKD
Super, "ji bbl. $6 50
Sura,.......... 6 &
Fancy.- S 60
Rye, cwt. 3 00
Buckwheat, 4 00
Butter, prime Ib 22
nutter, zn rat ia
Tallow,. .'. 12
Eggs, t? dos 20
Hogs. $1 ettt 15 00
Ham, lb..:...... 25
Sides & Shoulders 16
Foro qr, ewt 9 00
Hind qr 10 00
Corn Menl,-...- 1 75
Red Wheat bu 1 50
White whet.... 1 65
Chickens, peir 50
CloT.r, "(i bus 12 00
Geese 1 00
Ti-jwtny. o ou
Flax 2 CO
Apples, Wbu 2 50
Turkeys ' 2 00
Treventon store 8 00
do Egg 8 60
Sunbury stove 8 00
do Egg e 50
Chestnut 7 00
Pea. 5 50
TeacheS; " qt
Currents,. . . .
... 3 75
New Irish, bu 75
Sweet 3 00
Apples. y bu 1 25
Beeswax, 3 lb
Coal Oil gal 9 0
Salt, t3 sack 3 25
Plasicr, -f ton 10 00
Nails 6 00
ta adranco $2 00
weekly by J- B. M. Todd-
And there it no ditchargt m that tfor. Ecch. 8: 8
On tile 28ih of June, in Caledonia Valley,
Fayette twp., Mrs. Margaret, wife of Joseph
Woods, aged 72 years, 9 months and IS days.
. lwi.iown ppr, ple copy.
On the 29th icst., in Caledjuia Valley, Fay
ette twp., I.cffurd HaUgbawout, sr., aged 86
On the 31st inU., in Perrysville, Eat
RiKUiayer, daughter of David P. and Mag-
gie B Micnichan, aged 1 year 6 months aud i
When the ltively bate of summer.
Wooed the breezes wondering by ;
Then our little angel Kalio
Folded her soft wings to die.
Orphans' Court Sale.
THE undersigned, Administrator of the
Kitato of Robert Harris, late of Beale
townshsp, dee d., will expose to sale at public
outcrv on the premises, ou
S1TCRB3T, AUGUST. 19TH 1S6S.
A tract of land situated in Besle township,
Juniata. County, Pa., adjoining lands of Cal
via and Peter Beale, and Heirs of Robert
Sterrett, dee'd., and containing about
About 90 acres of which are cleared and un
der cultivation tic balance being timber
land. . . j
Titers ark 6n th prntiocf a lift houae. a
log bath, an apple orchard and good water at
the house. The property will be sola in a
body or in
Ss shall he deemed most desirable.
TERMS. Cash on confirmation of salo by
Sale to commence at 1 o'clock P. M. of laid
day when attendance will be given by
July 12-ts. JOHN COFFMAN, Adm
THE undersigned Administrator of Estate
of John Lantz, will offer for sale at pub
lie outcry by order of the Orphans' Court, on
the premises in Delaware township, Juniata
County. Pa., about two and one half miles
North West of Thonipsontown, on
SATURDAY, AUGUST 12TH, 18G5;
A traet of laud situated as above, stated, ard
bounded by lands of S. Q. . Evans, David
Walker's Heirs, Margaret Stinscn and others
About CS acres of which are cleared and un
der culiiration, the balance being timbetland.
There is on the premises a LOG HOUSE and
uju UAK., an Appta uronara ana a nne
Spring of Water,
TERMS: One half of. tho purchase monev
to be paid oh the confirmation of the sale by
tne Court and the other half on the . first of
April next to be secured by judgment.
SALE to commence at 1 o'clock, P. of
said day when attendance will be given by
the uri&ersighaid, from whom any additional
information may be obtained .pricr to the
sale. - - .
, ,; SAMUEL f. KURTZ. '
Maj 81st '65-js.
TAh P.frnnn af the SVTTirrt. who mav visit
L Farrieburg, or desire a irtt class Picturl
should by all means g6 where they take the
most splendid Ukentuu ever gotten up any.
where, which is at
1 EtBSITE L CO'3 UO Markst , tiuOsVt
A XD a clianeo to sae money 07 Callinj at
il J. M
i m -
has just vpened otit a full assortment of Sew , pit
Goods, bought at Reduced rriceS m tne ei:y. y
DeLaines from SI to 3? cents yard.
Urovn Mus.is from 13. 10 18 to W eiST yo.
from 15. 16. 18 to 40 eta yd.
BaRfs from 75 CDts to SI
Zaci Wr 0 CS to 90 eesU y yd.
Skirt Bradea. 13 cents ner vard.
9'DOol Cotton, it. n;. r'.B0l.
Syrup Molasses 8& cents per RallM.
Extra Syrup front $1 t$ $1.25 per Gallon.
t - ,t a" I
Good Brown &ug.ir from 13, 15 to ISetsi To.
Good GrXin Coffee. 85 cents per pound.
Prime Kio, ss cents per ?oona.
Prime No. 1 Mackeral, per Carre!, $22.
Prime No. 2 Mackeral, per barrel. $18 to $20.
Extra Herring, per barrel, $8 to 511.
Pxtra Labadbrs. per barrel. $11 to $18.
Ground Alum Sail fn!m $4 to $4.50 per sack.
Coal Oil, 90 cents per gallon.
These are Cash Prices orfor Country Pre
ut- J. B. M. TODD
May 3. 1883,
'Brilliant, easy, shining,
ACompostolon of Neat's Poet Oil and pnre
Irory lilack, imparting to., BOOT 'and
SHOE LEATHER the softness and p'.ianiy of
KID while with one fourth the labor uiviajy
employed In' tbe application of the ordicary
Blackings, it produees a JET BLACK EN
AMEL GLOSS, equalled only by Patett
Sold Retail by all GROCERS AND SHOE
DEALERS. Orders received by American
Agency, 386 Broadway New York, and whole
saled at the -
Manufacturer's Depot, v
... 134 Bead afreet, X. Y
THE nndersiEned would respectfully inform
tbe Citizens of TEompsontown and w
rounding country; that he naS Cpened a New
Store under Odd Fellows Hall, where he keeps
constantly on hand a well selected assort
' . Dry .Goods' '
Groceries, FancJ . "
Oooda and Notions,
Boots and Shoes, Hats &
Caps, Queensiare, Hardware
and Cutlerv. Cedar 4 'Willow Ware. '
Drugs and a lot of Fancy . Stationary,
-.h;.h k. r.n.r9 i. ..II at tha lowest Possible !
f. r.u T -ni ti'V tie
very hichest prices for Butter. Eggs, lacoi
Wool, Dried Fiuit and all kinds of country
produce, which is geuerally bouRht and ship
ped to market. 1 therefore respectfully soli
caiket. 1 tberetare rospecuuiiy so.i- . w---
to call and examine my stock bjfere months, and at the present time 1 enjoy per
,ing elsewhere, : fill tthef tidy andnu. and I aiort a
1 1S65 R H. WRIGHT. circly retucs my ti.iuks to a reiciful God
" and Dr. W-s'iart. aad to his gret American
Wanted! Disabled Soldiere
And others out of employment to canvass for
OUR GREAT NATIONAL WORK,
"The Life and Public Serrieet of A. Lincoln,"
By Frank Crosby, of tbe Philadelphia Bar,
comprising one large octave" volume of nearly
This is the only work of tha kind publish
ed; it is eStlrety new and original, contain
ing his early history, political career, speech,
e's, messages, proclamations and other official
documents Illustrative of his eventful admin'?
i.rrutixn tniroiher with the scenes and events
connected with hie tragic end It will be sol d
oily by our authorized traveling agents, to
whnm 1'Tcluaive territory is riven, and libera
commissions paid. Send for a circular and
terms to "American Publishing Agency. B:x
218. No. 60O Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.
July 12-3 1.
DR. S. O. K.EMPFER, (It's irm'y sur
geon) having located in Slifllictown, tend
ers his professional services to the cilitrs o.'
this place and surrounding country.
Dr. K. having had eight years experience'
in hospital, general, and army practice, feels
prepared to request & trial from those who
may be so unfortunate as to need medical at
tendance. He will be found at Will's Had at al!
hours, except when professional engaged.
July 22? 1SG5.
Ladies wishing to be 'supplied with neat
and good shoes will find it to their advantage
to call on If. D. WELLER, at his shop on,
Main Street above Cherry, where they eaa
be supplied with almost every style at eoJer
ate prices, uentiomen naving rcpainug uy
wish durably and neatly executed will be
promptly attended to by giving him a call.
Term : uaoii. n. v. n bbuna.
Mifflintown, July Gth '65.
l Notice is hereby given to all persons
who have subscribed for "Schmuckcr'a His
tory of the Rebellion," to Isaac Rolltnan, de
ceased, and who have received the first vol- I
nine, that the second volume is now ready ana
will be delivered in a short time, by the un
dersigned. PETER REED.
SALT! SALT!! .
Lowered In price fcv cMcr ef JOHN DO L
PH!n, fjaltsgent of Syracuse; N. Y. E!t
will bs sold at $3,50 per barrel in good ordcty
until otherwise Ordered at Messrs SUloufT and
Stambaogb Mifflintown and at Sulouff and
S'.ambnughs' Warehouse Perrysville Pa. .
Ju!y2-4t JOHN DOLPHIN, yf.
EelaU of William Dunn dee'd.
Notice is hereby given that Letters of Ad
ministration en tbe Estate of Wfn. Dunn late
of Fayette township, dee'd, have been grant
ed to the undersigned of Walker towp. All
persons knowing themselves indebted to said
estate afe rSquesfed to riiaks immediste'pay.
meet,, and those. having claims will pieue
prcseiit ti'em duly authenticated for eett'.e-
raefit. ' "",
Jufy 25-6t. SAMUEL DUNN, Adm'r.
DeaTaegs, Biindness) and Catena,
ritRSATED with the utmost success, by Dr.
3. ISAACS. Oculi't aad Anrfist. (former
ly of Leyden, Holland,) No.'6!9 PINE Ftreet
Philadelphia. Testimonials from the Best
reliable sources in the City and Country can
! be seen at hU Office. Tha medical faculty are
; invited to aocompany their patlen's, as he
oas no secrets m nis praonce. i u i"
EYES, inserted without j!ain. Ns chargo
f2r txaainatien Feb, 15 'Co -3y
C II l WARRANTED-
lst- Aeonstantpain or uneaalneu at th
of the swnaea. , ' . ,.f - '
t , . a r V.
std. Cestiveaefi and Lessof Appet
4th. Olnotn and Depression of dpiirt.
6tn. Viarrnflea, witn gripicg.
Cth. Pain in all jsrti cf tn system.
7U. Consuatptir Symptess and PalpSttv
tlon of Ue Heart.
8th. Cough, wita Phlegm InUMTareei.
9th. Nervous Affo:tiotk, aad want ot Sleas
taiftt. tM ;
10th. I.9M e: Appe;- asa vguun
11th. Dizziness, Dimaeas wf Visit aa-i
Loss of sight.
12tb. Headache sua Staggering ia waging.
with great Weakness.
Out of the thousands of ess of Dy tpepsU
that have used Dr. Wisnart'a Great America
Dyspepsia Pills, not on of theat has failed ef
i perfect cure. We warrant a ear in every
no matter if of twenty years' standing.
Sold by all druggists every where, and at Dr.
Wishari'a Office, vo, 10 N. Second street, Pil
a'delph'a Pa. AUexaminationaandeonaolte.
tlons free cf charge. Send for a etreular
Price $1 per box. Sect by mail, free of cuerg
on receipt ef money.
Dyspepsia, Dyspepsia, Dyspepsia.
1, Eliiabsth Brassok, of Brady wine, 6L
fermerlv of Old Chester, Del , do certify that.
for one year and a half I suffered everything
but death from that awful aisease caaeu vya
pepsial ilj whole system was prostrate with
weakness and nervous debility - I could net
digest my food ; if 1 ate even a cracker er the
smallest amonnt of food, it would return just
as I swallowed it ; I became so costive in my
bowels that I would not hare a passage ialesa
than from fdtlC a"d often eight days ; undu
this immense suSeritrt, my mind seemed en
tirely te give way. 1 hail dreadful horror and
evil fprbodings. 1 thought everybody hated
me, and I hated everybody ;,1 could not beu
thy husband air-my own children, everything
appeared. to te 'hcrroi,Btriciten to me; I oea
no ambilioa to. do anything; 1 loft all my love
of family and home; I would i amble and wan
der from plage to, place, but could not be con.
tented ; I fell that I was doomed to hcU, and
that there was co neavca or me, and was often,
tempted to commit suiciuj io near was my
whole nervous system deatrtcd. and also my
mind, ficm that awful coisplcist, Dv-.pepiia,
that mv fricuds thought best t3 tne me plaeed
ni Dr. " Kirkbride'S Hospital, W e3 Ibiladel
phia I remained there niae weeks, and
thoaeht I was a little better, but in a few days
my sfeadful complaint was rsgmg as bad aa
ever. ..Hearing of the wonderful cures per
formed by Tr. Wishart's Gieat American Dys
pepsia Pills arid bis treatment for Dj-spepsit.
ry huicana caucl on ur. msnsn ana staieu
iniacfi tc h'!m . lie taid he Lid fio doubt ha
! ic'ald cure ae,
So in thi-ce Jar after I called
sad placed myself under the Doctor's treat
ment, and in two weeks I beiraa to digest my
food, and fait that my Jiss; was giving way.
and continued to recover for about three
Dvscecsia Pil.s and P:ne .Trao Ttr Cordial
that saved me frcm An lr.se ne As'lmn and a.
premature grave. All persons suffering with
Dyspepsia are at liberty to call on me or te
write, as lam willing to do all the good lean
for suffering humanity. Ilizabstji Bbaob.
Brandy wine, Del formerly cf. Cld Chester.
Delaware i;'ar.ty, Ps.. '
t'r. Wuhan's OEce, . 10 North 8eead
bysptfesia t, , Uytpensia t
Ds. WishabT. rhsvebcen a ccnstacl suf
ferer with Dyspepsia for the .last ehteea
yenrs, du inE Vh!c!i titse ! carrot ear that X
rer euji jed a reifect!y well day. Theer
vcre tiu.es when the eympttois were more a
gravated than ft others, and llrn it seemed
would be a gredt relief to die- I Lad at al
times .in impl-Mscct fee'.irg in u.) Lead bo
'atteriy, my sufferings n much increai?d the
I became almost until for lusiaesa of any kind .
ry mind was continually filled wits g:m
lotights ard fcrbo'lings, and if I attemped t
. haifs tSeir current by reading, at once
tionensa of icy coldnt'ss in connection with .
lead weight, as it were, resisted Rpoa ml
brain,; also, feeling rf sickness would occot
at thi stosch, r.ad .jirta!. pin to my eyeet
aecompaaicd w ith" which was the continual
fear ot k'in; my reason. I also experienced
great lassitude, debility, and nervousness
wliich made it difficult to walk v dy or sleel
atmcht. I -l.';S3:e averse to jaciety aa
dialled enly tc seclusion, and hrving trie
tha biill cf a niiiiiW or eminent pbyieiaa
of various sthools, Shslly came ta the cc
elusion that, for this diaeaee at my presea
age (46 years) if-ere was no cure in existent
But, through the interfenence of Divine Pro
i.lcnce, to whom I devoutly offer ny thanks.
I. at last founds sovereign remedy in vow
Dyspepsia Pills and Tar Cordial, which seem
to ha efoctually removed almost the lad
traee of my long list of ailments and bad feel
ings! tniln their place btalth, pleasure and
conteticeat are my everyday companions.
. . Jam is M. Eanlisj.
l?o. 163 North Second street, Philadelphia.
Fcrmeily of Woodbury N. J.
r. i ba tfr Citat Anriican Dispr
Thia is to certify that I have suffered for tea
years that dreadful complaint called dyspep
sia. I suffered much pain and distress, with
gloom and depression ox spirits ; 1 wasirearta
by eight different physicians for my complaint
and at times was much better, but then the old
disease, dyspepsia, would return with all its
dreatful realities, and my whole system wa
fast waiting away. Ia thia sick and debilita
ted state, I was handed a circular of Wishart'a
great American Dyspepsia Pills, and Pine Tree
Tar Coidial, which gave a correct description
cf ir v sufferings, and determined to place
myself under the Doctor's care, aud take hia
As seon . I commenced the use ef the med
icine. I began to (jet better, and so I contined
three months, at which time I was perfectly
restored to health , 1 am to-day a well man.
Dr. Wiehart. I give you this certificate with a
grateful heart tor the benefit I have received
from the of e of your truly wouderfu medicines.
May -Cod b:esa you and preserve your truly
useful life for many years. I would say te
every, sick person who is suffering aa X was,
that try residence is No. 139 Richmond street
Philadelphia, where I will take great delight
in giving testimony to the great power of Dr.
Wishart'a medicines to cure.
P. II. Alias.
The above are a ew among the thousand
which this great remedy baa caved from as in
Wa have thous inds of letters from pbysi
oians and drucjis's. who have prescribed and
; soTd these medicine, saying that they bavtnev-
w Ba(j or oIil 4 medicine which gave sueJ"
j prjpn,. cniy bj tie proprietor.
TJr. XQ.- C. Wsoart,
' .So. 10 Nor.b Second Street.
y U dr-5gg::ts.