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:•kTDRDAI', WEARIER 19, 1563.
to inc action of Congress, on Monday last,
fir furnando Wood, of New York, submitted
tLe following resolutions:
reas, the President in his message deliv
ered to this House on the 9th inst., and in his
recommendation to the people to ai!semble at
their riccosof worship to give thanks to God for
;Teem victories, claims that the Union cause bee
ganea important and substantial advantages ;
and whereas, in view of these triumphs. it is no
Lamer beneath our dignity nor dangerous to our
s sfety to evince a getieroue magnanimity becom
ing a great and powerful people, by offering to
the insurgents an opportunity to return to the
Enloe without. imposing upon them degrading or
deArestire conditions ; therefore
i:,,e/tqd, That the President be requested to
A ppoint three Commissioners, who shall be em
rovered to open negotiations with the authori
ties st Itionmond, to the end that this bloody,
&muscly° and inhuman war shall cease, and
the Union be restored upon terms of equity,
faiternity, and equality under the Constilltion.
Mr. litasusewers (11L) moved that the resolu
lion be laid on the table. Agread to—Yeas 98,
Ml, as follows
YEis—Messrs. Alley, Allison, Anderson, /ti
mid, Ashley, Bally, Baldwin, Baxter, Beaman,
Blaine, Blair, (West Va.), Blow, Beutwell,
ittyd, Brandaget Broomall, Brown (West Ye.),
Ambrose W. Omit, Freeman Clark, Cobb, Cole,
Cromwell, Davis (Aid.), Deming, Dixon, Don.
ashy, Briggs, Dumont, Eakley, Eliot, Ferns
Worth, Fenton, Gleason, Garfield, Gooch, Grinnell,
t;eimeott, Rigby, Hooper,Motehkiss, Hubbard
lows), Hubbard (Conn.), Calvin T. Hubbard,
Jencks. Julian, Kasson, Kellogg (Minh.), Kel
logg (N. Y ), Loan, Longyear, Lovejoy, Marvin,
Sol:ride, MoClurg, Meindos, Miller (N. Y.),
Morehead, Morrill, Morris (N.Y.), Amos Myers,
Leonard Myers, Norton, O'Neil (Pa.), Orth,
Patterson, Perham, Pike, Pomeroy, Price, Ran
hell (Ey.), Rice (Mass ), Rice (Me.), Rollins,
(ti. 11.), Schenck, Scofield, Shannon, Sloan,
Smith, Smithers, Spaulding, Stevens, Thayer,
Thomas, Tracy, Upson, Van Valkenburg, Elijah
Word, Washbnene Washbarne (Me.),
Whaley, Wheeler, Williams, Wilder, Wilson, Win
dom. Woodbridge and Yeoman.
'Sias—Messrs. James C. Allen, William J.
Allen, Ancona, Baldwin, Bliss, Brooke, Chattier,
Clay, Coffroth, Cox, Cravens, Dawson, Dennison,
Eden, Edgerton, Eldridge, English, Finch, Gei
der, Hording, Harrington, Harris (Md.), Harris
(IlL), Herrick, Holman, Johnson (0.), }Ceram,
King, Knapp, Law, Lazear, Leblond, Long,
Mallory, Marcy, McDowell, Kinsey, Miller (Pa.),
Morris (t) ),1 4 4.150n„ Noble, Odell, O'Neill (0.),
Pendleton, Robinson, Rollins (Mo.), Ross, Scott,
Stebbins, Steele, (N .Y.), Stewart, Sweat, Voor
hees, Wadsworth, Chilton N. White, Joseph W.
White, Winfield, and Fernando Wood..
The above, it - will be observed, was a strict
party veto, with the exception of the five names
in italics, to wit: Messrs. Bally, of Penns , Gan
nn, Griswold and Elijah Ward, of New York
(Democrats); and Yeaman, of Kentucky (Dor
der-State) ;—who voted with the Abolitionists,
to table the resolution.
GENEEAL MCCLELLAN'S Rueaßr.—The House
of Represeatativee, on motion of Mr. Cos, bas
adopted a resolution calling for the "Report
made by Major General George B. McClellan,
concerning the organization and operations of
the Army of the Potomac, while under his com
mand, and of an army operations while he was
Oeneral-in-Chief." This is right, as that report
must contain a vast amount of information cal
culated to enlighten the people wonderfully
upon the wisdom of their rulers, and right also
as a measure of simple justice to a gallant sol
dier. General McClellan's report, when made
public, will exhibit to the fullest extent the in
capacity, injustice and vindictiveness of the
radical politicians at Washington, in and out of
the War Department, who now make a triumph
of. t h e obscurity into which they have driven the
tenter officer of the United States Army. Mc
Ciellan'e career at the commencement of this war
was on e full of promise. He had been the fel
low soldier in Mexico of snob men as Grant,
with whom he had attained equal distinction in
that war. He gave Us our first victory in this
war, and he organised the army that has fought
our hardest battles. Had he been dealt honestly
by in the command of that army it would have
achieved ere this all that its most sanguine friends
could have desired from it, and would have had
today the most .brilliant history of any army
that ever received the fiery baptism of battle.
Bat, thwarted at every step by the jealousies and
contemptible fears of the politicians, with Mr.
Lincoln at their head, every opportunity was
lost, and doubtless the report will tell us molly
how. Let us have it at once, then.—New York
Mr:BLACKWOOVI ktituaztaß7—Ameriesui edi
tion—for November, contains additional chapters
of Mrs. Oliphant'e new series-of "Chronicles of
Carlingford ;" also, a second portion of " Tony
Butler," a spirited Irish Story, which ire liter
ary critic of The Praia ventures to pronounce a
genuine production of Charles Lever. It is quite
good enough to be Lever's beat, Of the heavier
papers, there is a review of liawthorne's new book
on England, and a characteristic mean and
spiteful attack on the United Stake, under the
head of "Our Rancorous Cousins." A charm
ing piece of verse, a " May Song," by Bulwer,
is among the best things in the Number. Black
wood and the four leading British Reviews, con
tinue to be re-published at the old and very
cheap rate of $lO a year for the whole, or $3 for
any one of them, by Messrs. L, Scott & Co., 88
Walker street, New York. New volumes will
dominance with the new year, so that the present
in a good time to begin or renew subscriptions.
DIATII Or 1614111tAL /10rOaD.-...-MajOr General
John Buford, one of the meet brilliant Cavalry
officere of the Army of the Potomac, died on
Wednesday in Washington, of typhoid fever and
dysentery, contracted during the late campaign.
lie was born in Kentucky in 1827, and educated
at West, Point. If entered the Army July 1,
Iti4B, as brevet 24 Lieutenant of Dragoons, and
at the breaking ant of the rebellion held the rank
of Major in the Inspector General's Department
of the United States Army. lie wag appointed a
Ilrigadier General. of Volunteers on the 27th of
July, 11112, and was made a Major General only
a few hours before his death. General Buford
Iran to have taken command of the cavalry in
the Army of the Cumberland, and had left the
Army of the Potomao for that purpoee.
Vitt WS ISM IT WM DUTY to again call at
teution to Dr_ Wishart's Pine Tree Tar Cordial,
en.l we hope that those of our readers; who era
blessed with health will not complain of us for
using our culumnii for this purpose; and especially
at this season of the year, when so many are euf.
fering with coughs and colds, those sure pre
cursors of that direful disease, consumption.
Prom a neglect of these slight symptoms, per
haps, more than any other, arises the sad preva
lence sod fatality of a aiwassc which owecpc to
the grave at least ono eiath of death's victims.
Dr. Wichart's Cordial is the vital principle of the
pine tree, and we believe is as sure as any medi
cine van be in the cure of throat and lung dis
1W Tux ARMY or run Poremon lute - finally
gone into winter quarterp, and under a general
order, fortoughayillfromAbie time forth Eirvant
ed to ofrmers and men, who t?" their good not
*me deserved aim
THE SIEGE OF CHARLESTON.
FIRE IN FORT SUMTER.
ThesSouthern news from Charleston up to
Tuesday is telegraphed to the Richmond papers
and is most interesting. Fort Sumter took Are
on the 11th instant, from some unknown cause,
and ten rebels were killed and thirty wounded.
Heavy cannonading was kept up from our land
batteries during the conflagration. No firing on
the fort appears to have taken place on the three
following days; but on the-12th, 14th and 15th
several shells, filled with Greek fire, which
burned fifteen minutes after explosion, were
thrown into -Charleston, without doing much
damage, *cm Wilding were struck on the 15th,
but no persona were injured. The boiler arid
pattern shops of Basotes foundry took fire last
Friday night and were destroyed.
Thirteen Union prisoners, including, it is said,
" tho commissioned officers of the brig Perry,
oaptured at hlerrill's Inlet," have arrived in
Charleston. This is the first account we have of
the capture of the United Statue brig Derry. It
may be that she was driven ashore in the late
LATEST FROM EAST TENNESSEE.
MORT BETWEEN LONOSTREST AND
The troops of General Longstreet made an at-
tempt to cut off and capture General Shackel—
ford's command—who were in pursuit of them—
at Bear Station, on the Cumberland and Morris
town Railroad, on Monday. It heavy force of
the rebel cavalry moved down the left bank of
the Holston river, intending to cross at Kelly's
Ford and take outs forces in the rear. This at—
tempt, however, was checked by Gen. Ferrero,
who sent the brigade of General Humphreys to
hold the ford. The rebels fired across the river
with artillery upon the brigade, but with little
effect. General Shackelford formed a line of
battle at Bear Station, and after fighting the
enemy until nightfall, was driven book half a
mile. It hi evident the rebels were concentrat—
ing all their forces in that motion upon Long—
street's command. Generals Vance, Ransom and
Vaughn had joined him before.the conflict with
CAPTURE OF CHARLES CITY COURTHOUSE
A most brilliant affair has occurred on the
Peninsula. General Butler telegraphs, December
15th, that General Wietar eent an expedition to
Charles City Courthouse and captured the rebel
clamp at that place, with eight officers, eighty
two enlisted men, and a large quantity of camp
equipage and stereo. Our toss was four killed
and es many wounded. The 739th New York
infantry marched 61 miles in 54 hours, and the
New York Mounted Rifles 96 miles in 44 hours.
The whole expedition was carried out during a
Tue CUSSAWAS Imcsrreame.—The U. S.
steamer Ella and Anna," which went in pursuit
from Boston, succeeded on Thursday in overhaul
ing the Steamer Chesapeake, in Bantbro Harbor, 20
Miles from Halifax, N. 8., and taking Apaseseion
of her without much opposition The pirate
officers and all but three of the crew made their
escape. Soon after the capture the U. B. steamer
Dacotah came up, anti ordered the Ella and
Anna with the Chesapeake into Halifax, and all
three vessels are now there.
stir A DE.BAUFUL DIEIASTSIL occurred on the
Hudson river, near New York, on Saturday
night a week, by the destruction of the well
known steamboat Isaac Newton, which had navi
gated the river for upwards of 18 years. The
accident was caused by the explosion of one of
the boilers, the coals scattered from the furnaces
then setting fire to the boat, which was entirely
consumed. The scene on board was terrible.
Fortunately, however, not many lives were lost.
DRSTRUOTIVZ FIST AT FOITILIBB MODEM—
We learn from Fortress Monroe that about eight
o'clock on Wednesday evening the hospital in
Fort Yorktown took fire. The fire oommunicafed
to the bakery, and about half past one o'clock a
magazine exploded. The fire continued, causing
the (regnant explosion of shells during the
night. At four o'clock Thursday morning an
other explosion took place. Several buildings
were destroyed. The loss is unknown.
APPALLING DISASTER.—Loss or pus MONITOR
WIMILWIEEN."—At 2 o'clock on Sunday after
noon, thh inst., while . a furious wind prevailed
from the northwest, the Aron-clad Weehawken,
0.0 of the blockading ;yeseels lying at the en
trance of Charleston harbor, went down at her
tnoherage--suddenly, swiftly and unnoeouni ably
to the bottom—and tarried with her, to ahorri
ble death beneath the Waves, four of her engineers
and twenty-siz of her crew.
Oil THOUSAND nOilis Lowr.—A stampede of
horses lately Look Place at Camp &Gnomon. be.
low Washington oily, which resulted in one
thousand of the animals being drowned in the
Potomac. They cost the Government $145 a
head, so that their loss amounts to $145,000
but that's nothing in these days.
Hoye revolved the warmeet °noontime. front the prow
and people throughout the Union as a valuable tonic for
the tare of Dyspeptic, Flatulence, Conatipatlon, and grar.
end nervone debility, it cannot be approached. Every day
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enjoyment to that which the afflicted experience when
mend this valuable specific. Its mild tone, its sure and
vigorous action noon a disordered atoniardi„ and the cleans.
ing of the entire human body should recommend it 'to all
classes of our community.
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hie, removes any eruptive diseases, lielting, Feud, Dand
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and retail, by Dr. Swarm & Son, 330 Norte Sixth elreet
Philada. gold by S.D. b'THYDI7S, runt street, above the
Railroad ; Reading. [noir
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Have you Bronchitis, Asthma, Bore Throat T
Have you Weak Nerve., Disturbed. Bleep T
Have yon Liver Complaint, Blond Ruining?
have yon Pains, Bidgr, Breast, kr. 7
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Persons thne aelleted should mart at ones to some re-
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OP WILD (MERRY." We firmly believe no otter mill•
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Throat, B•estet, and Lung complaints. It strengthens,
heed; rubles affording nourishment to the impoverished
blued, mad &tilde ap the cepetitetiee• I; audit,* the irri
tation of the mucous membrane which noes the air pas
saes. and which gives so mach Unrest', calming tickling
or rising In the throat, promotes expooteration, loosen.
the tough loaner which clogs up She 'remade of the throat
and lungs. thee enabling the patient to breathe free and
natural. it. stlianlatiei the power of digestion, and him
performed very many core. when to all human proba
bility it could not be possible. Prepared only by Dr.
SWAYNS & SON, No. 300 North Sixth street, Philadel
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Railroad, Reading, cad all the principal Drugaltdn-
P.RILIOSI ON GUAM,
I'AID BY P. BUSIit).D7O &SORB,
December IS, 165:3.'
Gera. • • • • • 110 cooe for ri6 De.
Ryu, • • • - 12.1 ceollm fur be Ihe,
Oats, • . . eu cant. for 32 ILK
• • .1/etitioabery at:•r ila•.
Corn, - . . I MI am. per
Oat% " "
PII.ICHIS OF 11A V,
FALL tql BERNHAR 2' A: Koulf, May I ) rege,),/, Cur>ur of
Eighth Sired taut C2nol Ailey.
Tlmatlay "Tay, it.ti no for WOO Ilos.
Moadour do - - 21) 00 for 2000 Po,
Roadlug Lumber Prices C
iitporteßibr the Ret Mii74o Gazette hy JAMB ii. DITY
fiIIER, Lumber 170900ItiNt if Pli South Third 81.,
near the hatantißter Bridge.
• . HanniNtt, December IS. 1803.
ilemloeliCJoist and Scantling, elti 00822 he
Poplar Boardn, Plank and Scantling, - 20 000 50 00
White Pine Boards and Plank, - • 115 WOO 00
Cherry Boards and Plank, - - 25 00@SO 00
White Pine Floor Boards,- 25 006.35 00
Boating Lath, - - A 00011 II 00
Oak Floor Boards, - - • to IMMO 00
White Pine and Hemlock Blausten, 4 60920 00
Oak Boards and Plank, • - 25 00040 00
White Dine Ceiling Lath, - 800
Ash Plank, - . • • - 25 00040 Oil
Spruce and Pine Pickets,- 12 00 0 20 00
Walnut Boards and Plank, - 30 00@00 00
Lynn Boards and Plank, - - 20 0130 00
White rine Joint and Scantling, - 20 25 00
Birch and Maple Boardeand Plank, 20 00 10 00
200.000 feet Green Butt Edged Clear Walnut
from % to 7 inches WAISTED, Price paid
in &oh - - - 0208420
rttIDAY. Deettabor 18, 1888
FLOUR AND GRAlN.—There is very little demand for
Flour, either for shipment or home use, and the market is
dull at previous quoted rates. Bates only reach 500@600
Ws Pennsylvania and western extra family at $7 2617 60
for fair to good. and $7 75 for choice brands. The triple
are buying in • small way at $5 76106 25 for eupexlinel
$6 .50g07 for extra.; $7 12%08 foe extra family, and $8 60
to volt bbt for fanny brands, as in qualliy. Rye Flour
and Oern Weal tea vary gnat We gnats the former at
50, and Pennsylvania Real at $5 60 bbl. without sales.
The receipt today aro 2900 bbls Flour. 9100 bust Wheat,
7500 bush Corn, and 6760 bush Oils. The Wheat market
Is unsettled sad dell, the millers are bolding off, and only
about 21500 bosh Pennsylvania red sold at $1 62(§/ 64 for
fair to prima quality. at Which rata it is freely offered.
and white at 70@j3, the latter for. Keutuoky. Rye is
quiet at $1 37. Corn is unchanged and B@oooo bush new
yellow sold at lit 0661 10 for damp and dry lots in the
ears., A email lot of old sold at *l 20 afloat O a t s ar e bug
active and quoted at 6741 M ; holders generally ask the
WHISKT—In V7hlsky.there le very little doing and the
market is unsettled an/ doll. Pennsylvania and Ohio
bble have been sold at 874190 e, and Drudge ak
/HON.—The market ClJUt(llll6.llfirm, and on the advance,
with very little Fig Metal offering, moot of the makers
being sold up some small sales are reported at 43:4938 for
No. S; 4141@i2 for No. 2, and fla@is for No./, cash.
Income are coerce and high. Of beaten rig, we hoar of no
sales, and there is littleor no etock hero. For Manneacter
ed iron, the market to arm, and the mill. generally are well
of for orders. . _
CATTLE MKRICST.—The oterings of Beef Cattle teeth
ed *beta 0100 heed, the 0413113 so last week, but the demand
was lee* active, and the market closed dull at previous
rates, price* ranging from $7 to $ll the 100 As for cora-
Men to good and extra quality 360 400 head were left over
=mold. The principal sales were mode at ming the
100 km. Cows were steady, and 120 told at $lB to $3O each
for Springers, cud $2B to e4B for Cows and Calves. Hogs
were more plenty, and rather lower, and some 6400 were
diepoeed of, Including 5600 at Glees', at $7,300%, and 700
at the Avenue Yard, at $7%419 the 100 ks nett.
4000 Sheep were offered, and sold et de5.5.,40 fh, grow.
No ohange.—Norlh Amerieten.
FIAWLEY—BITTER.—In Philadelphia, on the morning
of the lath Mot.. by the Rev. James Slaigley, Jonas G.
Ilkwuor. km.. and Miss RATE E.. daughter of LOlllB RUM
Req., all of this oily.
At his residence in this oily, on Tuesday, 15th feat., So
nora eCHMIICKEEL, aged 75 years, 9 months and 4 days.
On the 15th last, in thin. city, ELIZAERTH W., infant
daughter of Henry H. and Hats IL groan°, agede months.
On the lath lout., In thin city, Haar G. HilliNitiasß,
aged 43 years, 8 months and 9 days. '-
C.. the 13:1, inst., in this city, CHARITY Foi,x, aged 19
years, 10 menthe and 24 days.
On the.l2th inst.. In thie city, Sergeant J. Moms Klee
91110 ER, late or the 60th Regiment I'. V, aged /9 yearn and
On the 11th Inst., 1n this city, Join Kurt, aged 61 years,
8 months and 24 days. .
At Markin Haven, on December 1.0111, 1663, Hrs.
SLIZAnaTII fettla, wife of Jacob Feder, aged 77 bean.
On the 12th tnet., In Leesport, ELMER ELLSWORTH, son of
Chstrhte 13. and Elisabeth Kerns, aged 2 yearn and 11 days.
Olt the 18th Ind., io Hamburg, PBSEn I•d/COSLOW, Boat•
'pithier, aged OS yearn
On;the 10th inst., in Kutztown, MAT, daughter or Charles
B. and Swan Itaat,aged 4 years, 8 months and 21 days_
On the 10th init., in Cumin, MAnn, widow of John Mo
ser, aged 76 yeara and 7 months.
On the 10th inst., filen:no, Genes Enzinns, daughter
of Cyraa end Mary iltaart, aged_d_yosirs, lit:ant:db. and 12
On the Oth Ind., at her realdenee In Reading, Pa., Man
x* Howe, wife of John Howe, and daughter of Rudolph
nanerniter, of ptheaster, Sa the 35th year of her NM.
On the .4th hiot. , nesir .-ICritztoota, kluntioter. widow of
Peter Christman, aged SO year. 2 months and 19 days.
On the Bth inst., in Br/schnook, posornr.Tuovr, aged 88
years, 1 month and 21 days.
On the Ithlnat.. In Barn, Kays. daughter of Levi B. and
Sophia Robin, aged 2 yenta: 8 months and 11 days.
Oa the Bth hut , in Contra, PArultrheit ETtemit, In the
77th year of btu age.
On the sth inst., In Pike. 131101/10 , 1142, son of °serge and
Elisabeth Freebeiear, airad I year, 10 month. and 18 day.
On the iith hist, in Mahlenbarg, Wizzaaw. son of Henry
and Lacy Becker, aged 3 yearn, 8 menthe and 10 day.
OA the 4th Inst., In Earl, DANTIIL arruesa,aged 42 years,
8 menthe and 20 days.
On the 9d feet., in Kutztown ELIZABETR, widow of
William Lobach, aged 59 years, Ettoonthe and 10 day.
On the 2d hue.. In Centre, ALFRED, son or Emanuel and
Hourietta elthmuse, Nest 17 yam* and 9 months.
On the 29th ult., in thin city. Nam KOcm, son of Jaoob
and Mary Knob, agedabout 94 yearn
On the 27th nit., to Bie.cknock. Lancaster county,
ELIZaaaTE, wife of Bran Grit]lth, aged 59 yearn, .0 months
and 4 darn.
On the Oath nit.. in Ontelannee. villa of Vlarloa
Eieenhener. aged 24 yeata, - 2 months and IS days.
On the 19th ult., in linoreabn.g, Montour noun ty, Pa..
Joni , /ton , 0 45 of 050 .20 , 110 50 , formerly of Richmond
tp.. Berke county, aged 33 year; 2 months and 4 days.
On the 7th ult„ near Graver/ark Franklin co., Ohio
Joan SCHARer, a native of Heidelberg, Berke county, aged
52 years, 0 months and 17 days.
g. November Sit, MJIADALEMA, wife of George W. Lurie r
•gad 02 yowl, 10 monibe and 21 days.
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OBTAINED BY A rEcumait PROCESS
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A GREAT ISSISSIrT FOR CONSUMPTION
I am constantly receiving ouch certificates as the follow
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Vittestster—Dear lair t-1 had ti vary arcane sough
and sore throat for sae year, and my whole system was
feat giving way, and I was prostrated on my bed with bat
little hope of recovering. My disease babied the power of
all medicines, and in a short time I moot have gone to my
grave, bat thank Clod, my daughter-In-law would nottest
until she went to your store, No. 10 N. Second street, and
related my COIMI to Non, purchased one bottle of your pine
Tree Tar Cordial and I commented to use it, and in one
week 1 was mach better, and slier using three twales I
am perfectly well, a wonder to all my friends, for they all
pronounced me past cure. Publish my case if you thluk
proper. REBECCA HAMILTON,
No. 1321 Wylco3 street, Philadelphia.
AN INFALLIBLE CURE FOR BRONCHITIS.
Mr. WARD says ;
Dr. 'DISBAR; Sir:—l bad Bronchitis, Inflammation of
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Heart in their mural, forms; 1 had been treated by 'metal
or the meet eminent phytiefeec in Ithiledelplths, but they
could not Sop the cupid course of my dioeese. and I had
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BLEEDING OP TUE LUNGS.
READ TES FOLLOW/NO
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for the discovery you have made in making a medicine
tbutAVIII aura Itillammutlon of the Lange and Liver Com
plaint. When I commenced to nee your Moo Tree Tar
Cordial I wag, to all appearances, near my grave. I
had been fora length of time Opining blood, and would
at times vomit it. My physician. (far I employed two)
prOnuuneed me pant cure; tali. my Meter had need your
•Pine Tree Tar Cordial, which did her so much good that
else prevailed on me, as a last resort, to try it: and, thank
Clod, I commenced to use it. I have taken twelve bottles
and am perfectly cured, and am ready and willing that any
person that Is nick would call on me, and I will toil them
what your Cordial has done for me. All my Mends and
neighbors Word utterly satoulalied at my speedy return to
health, for they bad seen me vomit blood in a clotted state
frtginently. Publish my uses, for I want every person that
is ettlYarlog fin 1 WIIPIU know of your Invaluable medicine.
limppoequllv, Joule Yonron!
Creme et , six doors above Richmond et., Philadelphia.
The PM Tulin TAR CORDIAL Will core Coug be, wore
Throat and Breast, Bronchitis, Asthma. Croup, Elooptug
Cough, Diptheria, sad id sled as excellent remedy for die•
tauten Of the BiElneye, and UM/aft 001oplaiuta.
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS
The gamine hag the name of the proprietor and a pine
tree blown in the b6ttle. 411 others are spurleae Smite•
Pine elm CI TA ABM 0118 DOLLAR pitit Borti.e. Pre
pared only by the proprietor.
R. L. Q. C. W/SHART,
dee IY-em] 14.10 North &end Bt., Philadelphia, Pa
FINE GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,
PRIIIIVAVES, MUMS, &c.. de.c.,
PENN STREET, ABOVE SIX PIT,
1 - tEADING, PA.
WE would) ttE.'srEcTrITLLY CALL TlMattontlon
attontlon urtho citisenn of I:nailing' and vicinity. to
our large gtuck of Fine (itoCarlon, coniprigiug in part the
Following, to wit:
NATURAL FRUITS, IN SYRUPS
FRESH CANA7RI) PEACHES,
FRESH PINE APPLE,
AOPIVRIOR FERMI TOMATOES,
FRESH GREEN CORN.
WINSLOW'S PATENT GREENEYoR N.
Also, the followls - , put up lu glum jars;
QUINOEH, • I
.TELLIES. Pat up In glass =Mr
DOMESTIC 'DRIED SWEETS:
Apple., New-York Mate Plums.
Married, Rider Berries,
!bedlam Medea, Dried Rhubarb,
Fi Turkey Prow .
PICKLES, &c. s
Plain and Mixed PRIELES, to glass jars. Also, by the
down or hoia
Extra Tomato Catsup,
Prepared French Mustard,
Burnett's Superior Extract of Vanilla,
Iturnett'e Superior Extract of !Amon,
Leavitt's Extrnot of Almond,
Leavitt's Extract of Rose,
Richard.' Liquid Rennet,
Essence Lemon, Cinnamon, &c
Lovering% Extra Syrup; Sngar House Syrup; New
York Syrup; Southwark Syrup.
Brown and Reined Sugare of aR qualttlan and prices
Java. Itto,Wheat and Bye Coffee; Army Coffee ; Atmore's
Coffee ; Aliddletota's Java and- Middleton's Dandelion Cof
fee; Mlles' nano Coffee: Superior Santos Coffee.
TEAS t •
Imperial, Young Ilyekm, and Superior Black Woo.
Baker's Chocolate, Baker's Cocoa, Baker's Bounce.
Oswego Corn Starch,
Rink Mild Cheese.
New City Sugar Cured Hats,
Shoulders and Flitch.
New No. 1, 2 end s Mackerel,
Herring and Codnab,
New MOM Shad,
Soda. Persia and Water Crackers,
aluger Snaps and Almond Cakes,
New Hominy and iteans,
Pearl Barley, Rice Flour and Rice,
&moue° Coffee and Serener,
Sweet Cider, Pure Cider Vinegar a nd Parent 'Vinegar,
SpermoAdamantine and 'fallow Candler,
Non•explcsive Coal Oil,
Marseilles Castile Soap,
Vartegatisd, Wiudhar end Flom Soap,
Linen, Detersive. Oloine, Olive mad tlento.made Soap,
Silver Glean Sinrob, Pearl Spiral,
Alden's Alkali for Soap making,
Excelsior Stove Polish, Indigo Blue,
Canary and Hemp Seed,
Sateratne, Raking Coda, dramas, Cream Tartar,
Wall, &rub, Sweeping, Dusting, Stove and Shoe Brushes
Brooms and Whialca,
Wash Boards and Bnolots,
Tying and Wick Yarn,
Woolen Yarn and Cotton Rolla
Hazard's Cowen Paste Shoe Blacking,
Bottall's Nonpareil Shoe Blooking,
Pure and fresh Fplees of all kinds.
Giv4 ne a *IL at No. 604 Penn Street, above nth.
nov 217 FRANK. B. FICHTHORN.
" ENSI7.ILANC33 COOKEILDirF OF
td3M *alnnt Street:, rhliadelphia.
Aswan of Mu Company January 13, 1863,
Arthur G. Calm Illokari D. Weed, George L. Harrison,
llamuel W. Jonas, William Welsh, Francis R. Cope;
John A. Brown, William E Bowen, Edward H. Trotter,
Charles Taylor, James N. Dickson, Edward S. Clarke,
Ambrose White, S. Morris Wain, William Cummings.
John B. Neff, John Mason.
ARTHUR G. COFFIN, President
CHARLES PLATT, Secretary.
This Company continuos to make insurances atralustlese
or Cutting° by Fire, on Dwellings, Stores, Public Buildings,
Forges, Rolling Mills, Stooks of Goods, Furniture, &c.,
Ego., at sul low rake. as kle nat.*, of um rlok isrlll admit.
Applications for Insurance, Renewals, Transfers, Ste.,
will meet with prompt attention at the hands of
ASA M. ITART,
Agent for the Company in Rending,
618 Salt Market Square.
WILL BE BOLD AT PUBLIC BALI ON
Saturday, January 16th, leen, pt the Berke Goonty
Ilene, In the city of Reading, at
. 1 o'clock In the afternoon
small tract of land, ooutaining 20 acres, situate in Robe
son township. The above le good krudog 'lend, with 3
ble,aacres of good meadow, a STONN 110118 R, frame Sta
of good water, &e., and roltaLle for TRUCK
FARM. The promises are now occupied by George
Grime., and can-be sold private or ex.ohangod for a small
home to Reading, before January 10th,
Per farther information and terms, apply to
RHODE & FISHER, Corner Penn and oth
deo /244 Real Estate Agents.
VALUABLE CITY PROPERTY,
• AT PUBLIC t 3 6.LEI,
WILL BE SOLD AT PUBLIC SALE, ON
Friday, the let day of January, 1964, at 1 o'clock
in the afternoon, at the Dahlia house of William Rapp,
corner of Eighth and Fenn Week in the city of Seeding,
aßerke county, to wit: • two-story BRICK DWELI,-
llie 110 USE, with a one cud three-quarter entry
Briok Kitchen attached, situate on the Wert aide of
South Eighth street, between Chestnut and Franklin streets,
in the city of Reading, containing in front on Eighth street
15 feet, and in depth 230 feet. The hydrant on the premi
eee. There legato a large variety of excellent fruit trete
on the lot.
. Condition. of sale toade kaattia at Lha time nod pima of
deo 1.2-3t] LEVINA HOMAN.
Farm for Sale Cheap.
AN EXCELLENT EMMA. FARM OF AG
acres, ander a high Wale of cultivation, inoluding
acre. of heavy aprout Timber. The improvements are s
itwo-otory 11WIILLINO 1101.1R11, Swinelierti.so by 95
C. foot, Spring House, Woodshed, Pig Pens andWIIESI,
WRIGHT SHOP. A good well or water at the door,
with tine Apple Orchard, and. numerous other fruit trees.
Also, belonging to the above farm, a POTTERY, with
Callable building to carryon theeonne. Situated in Sneer
township, 6 miles from Reading, and I mile from the turn
For tends and prices apply to .‘
RHODE & FISHER, 9th and Penn Si-,
dee 5-el] Said Estate Agents.
Estate of Benjamin Wolf, late of Rua.
combmanor township, Berks co., dec'd.
NoOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT LET
TERS of administration on the estate of Benjamin
1, taco at Ituailemhnlanor township. Barks toasty,
deceased, have, heen granted by the Register of Berko
county to the uddersigned. All persona indebted, to the
estate are requested to make payment wlthent delay to the
ondereldned, and Om having Maims against the oetate,
to present thaw to the undersimd proporly authenticated
for settlement. - AMNON
6.lrataleiretor of Benj. Wulf; dec'd.
Richmond, Dec 12, 1963-4 t
First National Bank of Reading.
AN ELECTION FOR FIVE DIRECTORS OF
the Mid National Rank of Reading, vidll be held at
tun asokhog House, No. EH East Market aquare, on Tusc
any, the 12t1 day of January next, beliveint the hours of
10 A. M., and 9 P. M.
doe 12-41] A. F. BOAS, Cashier.
STOUT'S PERRY BRIDGE COMPANY.
rkifiE ANNUAL MEFITINII AND ELECTION
for °Ulcers of the Stout'. Ferry Bridge Company, will
De old on Thureday, the 314 day of December, 1803, at
10 o'clock, 6, Itt., at the public Louse of Clahrlet Gebret,
to Muhlentanu toznehip, ac which time also the accounts
will be stoned.
Those who wish to nae . the Bridge b r the year, are nott
neat to ettend at thels9.lll4l tin... Dana piece, to makwoontremle
dee 1•2-34 DANIIaL DAUM, Promident.
PENN SAVINGS ASSOCIATION.
THE STOCKHOLDE KS OF THE PENN saY
INOB Association are hereby notified that a Meeting
or said association will be held at the public house of
James Yeager, NortloWtat corner of Fifth and Washington
streete, Reading. Pe., on Wefinesday evening, Dee. 90tH,
184 at i **Mock; for the parposeuf coubldering theamend-
Mute to the Oimiditation they and there to be proposed
by the Board of Directors.
By order of the Beard.
H. F. FELIX, President.
DAIIDMJIMIMIgTIWITT, Secretary. Nee 0-itt
jAIIESON'S CLOTHING HOUSE,
_ r - _ tt
Corner of Sixth anti Penn Streets,
THIS LONG ESTABLISHED AND WELL KNOWN CLOTH
ING-110ITSE is better prepared now to hold out great inducements to buyers than
at any previous time, as our stock of
MEN'S CLOTHING & DRESS GOODS,
Is much larger and better than ever before, the bulk of which bas been bought before the
late great rise in prices.
In great variety, of all sizes, prioos and qua
in this branch has enabled us to get up all th
all ages, to which we invite particular attonti
March '2B, I.B63—tf]
438 PENN STREET, READING,
WEST MARE= SQUARE.
THE NEW YORK
DRY GOODS STORE.
To the Purchasers of
13 FL Nir 413 F CO CO 3r3 18140.
We are now
Our valoobla stock
AT REDUCED PRICES,
Ia order, ae nearly ae poeelble,
TO EFFECT EL CLEARANCE
In a limited period. or
BY TUE FIRST DAY OF JANUARY NEXT,
And hnva marked down
_Dress Goods from 10 to 25 per Ceti::
CLOTHB . AND PANTALOON STUFFB,
15 to 25 per cent
tADIESt CLOAKS A 5713 COATS,
15 to 25 por cant.
Shawls, Long and Square, reduced one quarAr.
WO colored do. at half their aline
WOOL HOSE AND HALF HOSE.
At half price
FLANNELS REDUCED 20 PER CENT
Linen and Cambric Handkerchiefs at leee than
QUILTS, COUNTEIZPANES, &e.,
The GOODS am of the best fabrics and
And need only an examination by the intelligent public
to sattary thorn of their worth and the great advantages
On account of extensive business transactions in New-
York, the proprietor is enable to continuo his poreonalsu
pervislen of the Reading concern. Any merchant wishing
to obtain a first class location and enjoy the privilege of
the prestige of the New York Dry Goods Store, will find
this a.rare chance to got a valuable Business Location at a
set fil CHARLES G. MOIL
GOODS FOR THE HOLIDAYS.
JIJST RECEIVED AT THE STORE OF THE
SILK POCKET. HANDKERCHIEFS,
LADIES' EMBROIDERED do.
BROWN, MODE, TAN A; BLUE VEILS,
SILK GAUNTLETS AND GLOVES,
SHAWLS, CIRCULARS, COATS, togeth
er with a variety of other desirable and
deo 121 DAVID NEFF.
CHARLES C. MALTZBERGER,
No. 639 PENN STILEINT,
In view of the appreeah of the
mo lam inc very elegant *took of
TOBACCO, SEGARS, &c.,
BRIAR-WOOD AND PANE? PIPES,
GEGAR ROLDEhO Alt D PORT MONNAIES,
• TOBACCO BOXES, etc.,
Of the newest styles and finest quality, an ex
examineron of which he asks of persons seeking
deol2 3t] PRE SENTS..
Christmas & New Year's Presents.
A. M. SOUDERS,
No. 344 West Penn Street, below
TT AS JUST OPENED A LARGE AND HAND-
Ix SOME Variety of
TOYS, FANCY GOODS, FRENCH CON
Suitable for the Holidays, to wlitoli he Invitee the atten
tion of ilia obi ...tomer.% and the legato generally. •
air Country Dealer. aupplled es usual.
dee 12-313 A. M. SOUDERS.
Estate of Jacob 13..sim, late of Pike town
ship, Berka county. deceased.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT LET
TERS of Administration to the estate of the above
nerved decadent, have boon granted to the vabserlbera re.
ehllog in the ARM° tolnuellp, Roan may, All willow;
laJobted to said estate are requested to make payment
without delay, and all who hove claims or demands
aolnet the gunk aro Woo rossoste to present them, prop•
arty ardhentloated, for settlement.
BENJAMIN NEN, / Ad caleietratore.
nov 21411 JOAN KEN,
Estate of Merckal Hoch. late of Rich.
mond township, Berko county, dec'd.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT LET
vow of Administration to the eel of the above
aimed doredent, have been granted to beertber, re
siding In the mum townehip, 13orkel All persons
Indebted to said estate are req• dine payment
withont - delay, and all who or demands
apdast the came, are aloe rola Mr,!*llllm% them, prop
erty atilltentleatdd, for rettlemoilt:':' "1.t.!411. ,, , •
• doi6-41t1 . Lap& It/AA Misistetrator.
lities. The long experience of this House
e different proportions and sizes to fit boys of
JAMESON & Co.
C. il R S T,, 31 A S
NE W YEAR'S GIFTS.
GEORGE W. SOUDERS,
NO. 422 PENN STREET,
WOULD RESPECTFULLY INVITE TEE
althea@ of Reeding and the public irrgeneral, to the
largest and best selected aewrtment of Christmas and New
Year's Gifts ever offered to the Dublin Me stock consists
of a largo variety of
. ° NEW-STYLE TOYS,
Manufactured in New-York. beautlini DOLLS, wax-fin
ish ; together with a full assortment of
FANCY rizErrou CONFECTIONERY,
And Candles of his:own make, which he will sell at
wholesale and retail at the lowest city prices.
and others will find it to their advantage to purchase their
Hoods for the Holidays at George W. Sondenes old estab
lished Krist•Kindle's Head Quarters. dee 0-41
CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR
THE MOST POPULAR ITOLIDA.Y
PRESENT lS ONE OF HA DING'S
BEAUTIFUL PHOTOUBAIII ALBUMS.
Parsons at a distance may havo the following beautiful
Sent by mill or express, on reeolpt of the prices unmixed
Phot. Albums, Morocco, 12 Portraits, $1,50; by mail, $1,70.
Phot, Albums, Morocco, 24 Portraits, $1,16; by ma 11,92,00.
Phok. Albaroo, Morocco, so Portraits, $2,2,; by mall, $2,011.
Flint. Albums, Morocco, 40 Portraits, $2,50; by mail, $0,50.
Phut. Album, Turkey gilt, 40 Pori. $3,50 ; by mail, $4,50.
Phot. Albums, Morocco hnt. 60 Pori. $3,50 ; by mall, $5,50.
That. Album's, Turkey gilt, 50 Port. $1,00; by mall, $O,OO.
Phot. Albums, Alla Rel. 40 Portraits, 15.7,00; by mall, $7,50.
Phot. Albums, boautlful 10 Portraits, $0,00; by mail, $ll,OO.
Phot. Aibama, Mor, oblong, 60 Port. $5,60 by mall, nB,OO.
root. Albinos, Alto Rel., 80 Port. $7;45 by well, $lO,OO,
Photograph Albums, maguillcantly ornamented, 100 Por
traits, $9,26; by mail, $12,00.
dibums sent 100 miles, on Express routes, at the prices
la " first outman., free ;" at a greater distance, 23 cents for
each additional hundred
WM. W. HARDING, Manufacturer,
No. 320 CHESTNUT STREET,
Below Fourth.. Philadelphia.
SUBSCRIBERS INVITE THE ATTEN
TIONX of families to their very complete and varied
CH - 010E FAMILY GROCERIES.
Consisting In part of
TEAL COFFEE, SUGAUS, SPICES,
salllS, DEEP TONGUES, NEW OSAGE.
EBEL, SALMON, SPEDPS. CONDI
MENTS. PICKLES, AND
Also a large assortment of
GLASS AND QUEENSWARE, etc., etc.
D. P. (METH & CO.,
At Peacock's old stand.
deeld-kf] No. 104 South Fifth Street.
EAST PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD
w I view. A........gena.exaL.
COMMENCING MONDAY, DEO. 14th, 18(0.
Direct to New-York Without Change of Care.
- - ON AND AFTER MONDAY,
Dec. 14th. Dian Passenger Trains
will leave ltes!ding daily, (Sun
days excepted) for Allentown, Munch Chunk,
hem, Bandon, New-York, Sc., at 5.45 A. M., 11.15 A.
at., eau! 4.10 P. M. /rum the
The 6.45 A. M. train is the Eastern' Express, without
change of ears from Pittsburgh, and arrives in New-York
at 1.45 P. M. This train Will stop only at Lyons,
tetra, Bethlehem. Seaton and the principal station on the
The 1.1.15 A. M. Train will stop at all Stations between
Beading and Allentown, and the 4.20 P. M. Train at an
Stations, rxeept Morztown and Al Bustin.
The 11.16 A. M. Train arrives in New-York at 6.00 P. M.,
and the 4.20 P. M. Train at 10.15 P. M.
Tram Willedeave New-York daily (except Sundays) at
6 A. M., 12 noon, end 7 P. M., at the foot of ConrtlAndt
Street and arrive in Beading at 11.10 A. U., 6 P. U., and
Passengers are requested to purchase tickets before tak
ing their seats, as higher fares will be charged on theenre.
13DWAND AL CLYMER., •
'Estate of Anna Dunkel, /ate of Outslau
nee township, Barks county, deceased.
IVOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT LET
-11 TEAS of Adminiatratlou on the estate of Anna Duo
kel, lets of Ontelmunue townehip, Berke county, decamped,
have been granted to Solomon 0, Dunkel, of Manatowny,
and •Sphratm Dunkel, of Ontelnunee township, county
aforesaid; all persona having claims or damages against
tha Mate of the eald deceased, are requested to make them
known to the ...id administration without delay, and those
Indebted to the estate are requested. to make Immediate
SOLOMON G. DDSKSL ;
now 2S-6t] EPHRAIM
Estate of Solomon Dunkel, late of Exeter
township, Berke county. deceased.
NOTICE 18 BERE.GUIiVE N, THAT LET
MN of Admiehitratior en the Estate of Solomon
Junks!. late of Exeter township, Herbs county, deceased,
have been granted to Amos L. Dirk, of Robeson townahip o
cad John Ifoyor, of Mc otty of ]leading, county aforesaid
all persons having claims or demands against the estate of
the sold deceased, are reuusitod to make them known to
tho sold administrators without delay, and those Indebted
to the estate are requested to make immediate payment.
AMOS L. DICK; .
soy 23-13t1 JO iret /lOWA Administrator&
Estate of Joseph Kunkel, late of Albany
township, Barks county, deceased.
Itlq OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT kg:.
TERN of Administration on the Estate or Joseph
onkel, late of the towneilp of Albany, Berke county, de.
ceased, hive been granted to Solomon lister, of said town
ship. All person having Maims or demands against the
Estate of the sold deeedeut, are requested to make them
known to the said Adminintrator without delay, and nom,
indebted to the sold &Mate are requested to make Imatedt•
.. . . . .
28-6 t) SOLOMON' MISTER, Aduktnistratp,
MEE HOUSE IN COURT STREET, OCCUPIED
at present by Henry W. Smith, Esq. Possession ibten
oe the Drat day et April amt.
ipHr EDWARD WALLACE.
NOVA RUM DRINK
A JUGIILY CONCENTRATED
A PUttE. TONIC,
THAT WILL RELIEVE' THE A VFLICTEII, AN,I)
Not riZo.,lte Drunkards.
Pit. C. M. JACKSON,
WILD EFFECTUALLY AND MOST CERTAINLY
CURE ALL DISEASES,
ARVINO FROM A
Disordered Liver, Stomach or Kidneys.
Th(lnroads of our oitirear are itufforing from DYSPEPSIA
ft" "R MESSRS,. pod to whom tho followlug toes
Hoolland's German Bitters
WILL CURE TIMM.
DYSPEPSIA AND LIVER DISEASE.
Do yo rice with. coated tongue mornings, witha bad
teem is the month and poor appetite for hroakfa4? De
you feel when you lint get up no weak and languid yon
can scarcely get about? Do you have dinicoes In the
head at times, and often a, dullness, with be/Woo/tepees
atonally ? Are your bowels costive and irregular, and
appetite changealde ? Do you throw up wind from the
stomach, and do., Ott swell up often? Do yea feel a ful
ness; after eating, and a sinking when the stomach Is
empty? Do you have a heartburn occasionally ? bo yea
feel low spirited, and look on the dark ride of things?
Are you not tinusvarly nervous at Dine.? Do you not
become restless, and often lay - until midnight- before you
can go to sloop ?and then at times, don't yon Mel dull
and sleepy most ef the time? Is your skin dry and scaly ?
also sallow? biblical, is nos your life a burthen, full of
ELOOPLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS
Will Cure every ease of Chronic or Ner
vous Debility, Diseases arising from a Dis
ordered Stomach, Observe the following
symptoms resulting from Disorders of the
Coectipation, Inward Files, Pulliam of Blood to the
Head, Activity of the Stomach, Nauman, Heartburn, Disgust
for Food, ruining or Weight in the Stomeoh, flour Eructa
tions, Sinking or Flattering at the Pit of the Stomach.
Swimming of the Head, Hurried and Dillioult Breathing,
Flittering nr the Heart, Choking ur Suffocating Sennatioun
when in a lying poetam, Dimness of Vision, Dote or Webs
before the Sight, Fever and Dull Pain In the Head, Defi—
ciency of Perspiration, Yellowness of the Skin and Flex,
Pain In the Side, Back, Cheat, Limbo, &a, sudden Finches
of Heat, Burning In the Flesh, Constant Imagining' of
Evil, and great Depression of Spirits.
There are many preparations sold under the name of
Bitters, pia up in quart Bottles, compounded of the cheap
en whiskey or common rum, coating from 20 to 42 costa
per gallon, the Mine disguised by Anise or Coriander Seed.
This class of Bitters has caused and will continue to
cause, an long as they can be sold, hundreds to tile the
death of the drunkard. By their nee the by.l.4bi in kept
continually undot the influence of Aldan:die Stimalinbs of
the worst kind. the desire for Liquor is treated and kept up,
and the result ie all the horrors attendant upon a drunk—
ard's life and death.
For those who doetre cud WILL HAVJa Liquor Blttero,
We publish the following receipt. Oet ONE BOTTLE OF
ROOFLAND'a GERMAN BITTERS and mix with TITRES
QUARTS OF 000 D BRANDY OR WHISKEY, and the M
oult will be a preparation ibt4 will pAll SXC/SL llt mo4l
- virtues and true excellence coy of the uomoreue Li
quor Sisters in the market, and will COST MUCH LESS.
You will have all the virtues of HOOFLAND'S BITTERS
In connection with a 0000 article of Liquor, at a. much
less price than these inferior preparations will con you.
BOOTLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS
Will give you a good Appetite,
Will give you strong healthy nerves,
Will give you brisk and energetic feelings,
Will enable you to _sleep well,
And will positively prevent Yellow Foyer,
Bilious Fever, &e.
Those suffering from broken down axe
delicate constitutions from whatever valise,
either Male or Female, will find in
1;1 , II)411-1111liz - Ne):$ T4tl! c. l )few t 1
This will restore them to their usual
health. Such has been the case in thousands
of instances, and a fair trial is but required
to prove the assertion.
That these Bitters are not Alcoholic and
are not ifftendeil as a beverage.
The proprietors have thousands of letters
from the most eminent Clergymen, Lawyers,
Physicians and Citizens testifying of their
own personal knowledge, to the beneficial
effects and medical virtues of these Bitters.
From Rev. I : Newton Braion,D. p., lttor of the Env-
dente/hr. of Relliillux k;:eAtalt[rige.
Although not disposed to favor or recommend Patent
Mediating' in general, through distrust of their ingredients
and effects, 1 yet know Of no =Meiling reasons why a man
may not malty to the benefit he believes himself to have
received from any simple preparation, In the hope that he
may ibne ten:tribute to the benefit of °teem
I do thie the more readily in regard to Hoodand'a Ger
man Bitters. prepared by Dr. C. R. Jackson, of title city,
because I was prejudiced against them for many years,
under the impression that they were *Wady an alcoholic
mixture. lam indebted to my friend Robert Shoemaker,
Pao., for the removal of this prejudice by proper testa, and
for aneonragament to try them, when suffering front great
and long continued debility. The nee of three bottles of
these dittere, at the beginning of the present year, wan fol
lowed by evident relief, and restoration to a degree of bo
dily and menial vigor which I had 0111 fell for Mx menthe
before, and-bad almost despaired of regaining. I therefore
thank Ood and my friend fur directing me to the nee of
PH/LAD'A, Jane 2S, 1661. 1. NSWTON BROWN.
Diseases of the kidneys and bladder, in Young
or Aged, Male or Female, are speedily removed,
and tho patient restored to health. ,
Those sabering from KABASMI7B, wasting away, with
scarcely any Hersh on their bones, are cured In a earl . short
time ; one bottle in such cases, will have a most surprising
Tia.vbm suffering clallaren u above, and wielitim to :oleo
hem, will never regret the day they commenced with
LITERARY MEN AND STUDENTS,'
And lbw') working bard with their brains, abould always
keep a bottle of HOOFLANDIi BITTERS near Mara, as
they will find much benefit from its use, to both mind and
body, invigorating and not depressing.
It is not a Liquor Stimulant, and lemma no
ATTENTION SOLDIERS !
And the friends of Soldiers.
We call the attention of all having relation or friends
in the army to the fact that " HOOPLABIni Oorman Bit
tern" will enre ni ne.tenlbs of the diseasua induced by ex
penury," mud privations incident to camp life. In the Bate.
publlahod alum. daily In the newnpapern, on the arrival
of kh4 rich, ik will be untitled that a vary large preportiou
are anffering from debility. Every ease of that hied cat, be
readily cured by ilooflald'a Merman Bitters. We have no
hesitation in elating that if there Bitters were freely need
among onr soldiery, hundreds of lives might be saved that
otherwise would be lout.
The proprietors aro daily receiving thankfill lettere from
eufforere in the army and hoxpitaie, Who havebeen Teetered
to health by the ate of these Inters, coat to them by their
BEWARE! OF - COUNTERFEITS
See that the Signature of "C. M. JACKSON," .
ie on the Wrapper of eaoh Dottie.
PRICE PER BOTTLE 75 CENTS,
OR HALE DOZEN FOR $4 00.
Should your neared drupelet not have the artiste, do
not be put MI by any of the intoxicating preparattone that.
way be offered In its piece, but mid to us, and ,we will
!onward, securely packed, by expreee,
Principal °flied and Manufactory,
No. 613 ARCH ST.
a' Cs 1•T 311 El el X 3 li7 AIL nr Eli ,
(Summon to C. M. JACKSON &CO.)
Ate' For Sale by Druggists and• Dealers
in every town in the United States.
opt 814 st