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READINO;PA., NOVEMBMIA 18687
lump 011 initimusATions,
Detuomsta l 's keep up your
'the_ Radical Party is too cotTupt:to
Either our country will become' s monarchy
under Radical rule, or ..the itadieal party of
the present day will:cOme 'to Ought. The
Democratic party G fouuded upon the im:
mutable Kin'olpfes ofltiglat, and Right Must
win in the end.
Several times the grand old Democratic
party has been , pronn'imeed dead, and each
time it bu Arleen hilts strength and, caused
its enentiestoirernt4e &tits energy and vital..
ity. The Democratk patty ia, the party of
truth v and the trath'enn never die.
For years past ionVenernitebave endeavor
ed to trample the.lifsi out of the Dinneeratic
party, but Witkput inepiss. 'Oink God 1 it
still lives, more ...vigorous t0:47 than it,wu
four years ago; and it must continue to UV°,
for in it lies the only 'IMO of the perpetua
tion of the prinelpiu of fv4e government.
Tatra coursph tbezetore,,,,Pemocr#, and
bide your time, f lqu; made a feeble ve•
slitance to the aggrusioni,of
your condition would now be pitiable indeed.
Your gallant 411,i;,fik okA Prinek
pies hai caused, your enemies:4k dead yone
power. Though •they ,have the : will; they
lack the courage to oppress you u they would•
wish,kfor the Mier* of the white mon;aye,
and of the noble' 'White women' of America
also, are OP your side. ' Reform your., lines;
be active, be vigilant, be brave. The clouds
are dark above you now, but God never yet
deserted the patriots of America in' thiit
hour Ocneed, You are having your. .'Valley
forgo now; the time will Come When : yen
Rol hare your Yorictown.. The party to
witch our country owes the ptesetrat,lon of
constitutional liberty for more than 'seventy
years, is not to be destroyed. • • f
Continlied , 4efekt 1 1 WHiciceninii con'
tinned poverty ie depressing ;, but the end ie
not yet. If
,Oonetal,cfrant Ozooi!cs, to, act
the despot, he will' quarrel with Congress,
wlio are deterdinettottile the country their
own Congress shOuld rule, YO'n hive
still the 14114.bCti, and when the, pressure
becomes so great as to.opert the eyes of the
Wield rank and file to the short-cciminge of
their leaders, you can . elect Democratic Co&
gressmen in , : th i e & i ce of, the despots *he
are endeavoring 'to usurp the 'rights of the,
entire people, If the kallot-box should be
closed to the people, and an attempt should
be made to rule you on the system of Might
against flight, you are 'Ovally the strongest
and bravest, and you eau right your 'wring?
in the maid which they will force upon yon.
Courage, Democrats [Your cause is Right,
and Right Mast win. It May be one year,
two years, or even four years froin now, but
you must andwilllriumph at last t Keep up
your organizatiom, and be ready to improve
the golden opportunity when it arrives. You
may not have long to wait=-be 'ready
TOIL 01/4 TS *JUTE SLAVES t
The shipments of - sped° to the European
bondholders confirm* • The steamer
China, from New York for Ltverpool, took
out sBo,oooin coin onWedneaday. Toil on,ye
white slates in the North! You have (lane•
ed to Radical tunes, and now you must pay
the Radical piper. You, rrmst . pay a dation•
al debt of nearly three thousand million dol.'
lire, with interest, all in gold and silver;you
Must pay from twelve to' twenty millions 'a
year for the'enppor, of the 'Freedmen's Ba:
rein; yOu niasepay about tWeniy•eight
lions a year to the national bankers for issa.
log paper money , for you, when, the United
States Government could do it with little or
no expense; you inlet Pay' fifty
year tor the standing ;ferny la the Southern
States; you must pay plitithousind gov2rn.
meal of revenue °dicers, and other
treasury leeches, when six thousand could
do the work as Well under proper tusnxite
mentrandyou must pay back, in the way of
steelages, all the money eXpeqeo" , by the
Radicals in carrying the election. , ; • • :
'Rah foi Grant! Toil on,ye white 'elayet;
your masters; the Radical •arlstoetite, lima;
more motley, 'to thoy will' have it 1 - ' 4 l;fiti
for areal ; Olio ,;spodholiie're and the national'
b* *ere I Shout, hut tell pa,„ for you are
101440 slavery for four long yemt to , come I
!gal for Butler ? ' Stitnrier. and , Sainte, yoar
masters at :
. - p`')
sgs that ti Na well 419 1 001 v)% Donor. of
the election, from the: ofiloom ,pt the State
Nita, the Telegieph, 'end Ike 'OA Very
proper; riodonbta large r‘jority of the in.
mates of the latter, named Inttilution are
, Ox election dap, • Harrisburg Radical
asked tor a tiolgiit.lqibi kraut and Ooillb6.;."
A his repriteOititi of thi iiiiittilisiii pit
, . *
ty of the country." ,1. • :
The prOprielY oi, holding the State . end
National 4444tms in.iol:lBtat# oa the 100
dig is being k t ugly nr04 ,1 by tianykgelligent
persons. is no tOod rea r enalsby both
eleetioas ' s hould pai'hod f a
Pennsylvania, as well u in New York, New ,
Jersey, California, and other States. Such
a change would save much expense, and tie
only additional , trouble would be in having
an air" box for the Presidential electors.
Bleitioe day Is always an unplea3ant day for
peaceable citizens, and by this .system there
would be • but one day of turmoil and excite•
aunt, Instead of two, as at present.
'• Besides, by holding both elections on the
same day in all the adjoining States, , the
practice of ycolonizin g " would 14 greatly
checked, as every man would be required to
rote in his own district.
We hope to see a speedy *change made in
'this particular, and we hope our brethren of
thopress, without distinction of party, will
assist us in urging the matter upon the atten
tion of our State Legislature.
Of COUCH this Change would not affect 10.
'cal elections, which are of an entirely db.
tinet nature, as they should be for many rea•
sons; but where great States are jointly, in-
Aerested, as in the elections of State 'officers
and Congressmen, which have a certain beer
ng 'npon national interests, it is proper that
the choice should be made on . :the witne day
'in all 'Parts of the country, and thud check,
or totally prevent, the practice of colonize.
,tion, and the freqfient charges of fraud, now
:made after every election. ,
DIVIDE THE WARDS.
The wards in the city of Reading should be
:diiided into precincts as soon as possible,
'for the accommodation - of voters of all par
ties. In some of the wards the polls are so
crowded that voters are frequently kept
. waiting for,hours at a time, to their own per
eonal annoyance and the hindrance of their
For instance, in the Second Ward the
'total vote polled on Ttithlay was 989. Sup.
Pose the Radiealein #o4llatuve
Oise - law (as they. 061414 Will), opening
'the polis at Ba. in:: cloiing theni at 6p.
in, This wOnld gi've but ten hours for voters
to deposit' Weir ballots, without allowing the
tlectiim board time for dinner, and the votes
must be polled at the rate of nearly 94 every
Hour, or at the rate of less than a minute for
t soh vote. The consequence would be nrowd
ing, quarreling, fightingoind the keeping out
of many votes at every election. -
In,the other Wards the vote is not so
iteavs,liut it will not belong before.the-num
ber of voters in a majority of the Wards will
average 1000, who will have to vote at the
rate of 100 an hour in case of the passage
Of Bub a registry law as waslinder discus•
'ion at the last session of the Legislature.
With our present v0t0,0,201,it would require
to ballota to be handed in on an • average of
more than one every minute. to poll them all
in ten house.
3 e - A in the case of changing • the time' of
!inkling our Stite election, we ropiest ,our
brethren of theliress in this city to . aid us
In urging the division, or the Wards into elec.
tion preeineta, ...for the accommodation of
Citizens of all partici.
Poltinoir is recovering, though still
Wrote the Morning Patriot.]
UST OF KEINEEES OP SENATE AWE
HOUSE OF ILEFIIESENTATIVES.
We are indebted toJohu
Resident Clerk of the lime of Represen
tatives, for the following correct list of mem•
bars of the General Assembly of Pennsylvn•
Philadelphialst Dist., W. M'Candless,
; 2d, A. Wilson Henszey, B. ; Bd, D.,' A.
Nagle, D.; 4th, Geo.' • Connell, I.
V—Chester, Delaware and Montgomery—
Wilmer .Worthington, B. ; C. H. Stinson,
Vl—Bnelts—R. J. Linderman, D.
Vll—Lehigh and Northampton=-R. S.
Vlll—Berks—J, D. Davis, D.
IX.-Schuylkill—Wm. M. Randall, D:
X—Carbon, Monroe, Pike and Wayne—
Charleion Burnett, D.
Xl—Bradford, Susquehanna and lily
oming—P; M. Osterhout, IL
241--Luzerne—Samuel 0. Turner, D.
Xlll—Potter; Tioga, •M'Kean and
Minton—A. 0. - Ohnatead, R.
XlV—Lycotiting, Union and • fljler--
Soc.!•-n. Book ) D.
and Sul'fun-00mo D. Iftt*On, D,.
?CVI-41tiliphili and tebnaini—fat. Daw!in
oleinari l It. . • ,
XVIII—York and Cumberland—Andrew
O *iner t D. • ,
XlX—Adams and Franklin—C. M. Dun.
can, D. ' • ,
XX—Bomereet. j Bedford and Palt
• X.i.l.Blair; Huntingdon; bentre, Mifflin;
Juniata and Perry--C. J. T. M'Jntire, D. ;
Jno. Robinson, R. • .
X.Nll—Carahria,'lnditina • and ;ef.terson—
put, White, •
Caminin, . Cinrini s
For.ot and IPk—W, IVailao; D.'
MXIV-4 . crentnioreland, Vayettc and
Oieede--T 1 B. Bearight, D.
'MYR—Lawrence, Butler stud = *O 7
strOnip4anies - Rehr, R.'
• miff—Mercer, Ireoice Ink
—Jas. C. Brown, R. - •
XXlX—Crawford inaErio—M. B. Lowry,
Philailelphia-Ist district, David Foy, R. ;
2.13. aistrig, John D. ; 8,1 district ;'
Samuel josepbs, 4thdistrict, George W.
Myers, B. ; 6th district, John 4. Rogers,
D. ; oth district, Charles Kleckner, B.; 7th
district, James Subers, ; Oth district, j.
V. Stokes, E. ;. eth district, 5..1). Dailey,
D. ; 10th district, E. W. Davis, R. ; 11th
district, Daniel Witham, D. ; 12th district,
Alex. Adaire, R. ; 18th district, Michael
Mullen, D. ; I.lllk district , John Cloud, R. ;
16th district , J mes Holgate, R. ; 16th dis•
trict, M. C. Hong, B. ; 17th district, John
Clark, R. ;'lBth district, B. Hervey, B.
Adams-.A. B. Dill, D.
Allegheny—George Wilson, R. ; (leo. F.
Morgan, R. ; James Taylor, it.'; M. S.
Humphreys, R. ; Vincent Miller, R. ;
Samuel Kerr, R.
Armstrong—S. M. Jackson, R.
Borks—Riohmond L. Jones, D. ; ff. S.
Hottenstein, D. ; Henry Brobat, D.
ilucics 7 Joshua . Beans, D. ; Ed. C.
McKinstry, D. •
Britdford and Sollivan—J. IL Webb, IL ;
Blair—Joseph Robison, R. ' . -
Cambria—John Porter, D.
Carbon and Monroe— James Place, D.
Centre—P. Gray Meek, D.
Clarion and Jefferson—R. B. Brown, D.
Clearfield, Forest and Elk—T. J. M'Cul
Clinton, Cameron and M'Kean—W. J.
Chester—S. M. Meredith, R, ; J. M.
Philips, B. ; ArChimedes Robb, 11.
Crawford—Killian_i Beatty, B. ; F. W.
Ames, R.,, -
Columbja'and Biontour—Geo. Seott, D.
Cumberland7Theodore Cornman, D.
Dauphin—A. J. Herr, It. ; H. B. mit
man, B. •
Deijtware—A. B. Leedom, R.
Erre—Geo. P. Rea, R. ; John D. Straw
ahan, R., •
,rayette!—W. IL , Playford f D.
Huntingdon, Mifflin and Juniata—S. F.
IlroWn, R. ;, Amos,H. Martin, It.
indiena and Westmorelind—David M.
Idarshal, R. ; James A. Hunter, R. ; A. b.
Lanetister—Aaren EL Summy, R. ; W. W.
Ilopkini, R. ; Jacob G. Peters, IL ; J. O.
Lebanon—Jacob G. Heilman, R.
IL,Fogel, D. ; D. IL Creits,
••lycoming, Union and Snyder—W. P. I.
Painter, ; Thomas Church, R. ; Wm. G.
Herrold l .ft.
Luserno—S. F. Bossard, D. ; D. L.
O'Neil, D. ; N. G. Weeder, D.
Mercer, Lawrence and linger—David
Robison, R. ; Geo. S. Westlake, R. ; John
Edwards, R.; Alek. Leslie, R.
'Montgomery—James Eschbaeh, D. ;
Henry M'Miller, D. •
Northampton—Lewis H. Stout, D. ; Oco.
IL Goundle, D.
Northumberland—Wm, H. Kass, D.
Perry and Franklin—John Shively, D. ;
Jno. H. Walker,lt.
Schuylkill—. E. Nice, D. ; Michael
Beard, D. ; Philip Breen, D.
Somerset, Bedford and Fulton—John
Weller, R. ; J. H. Longenecker, It.
Susquehanna and Wyoming---Loren Bar
rettt IL ; A. P. Stephens, B.
Tioga and Potter—B. B. Strang, R. ; J.
• R. , •
Yenango and Warren—A. P. Duncan , R. •
Junius R. Clark, R. \
• Washington and Beaver—H; J. Vankirk,
R. ; A. J. Buffington, IL ; Thos. Nichol
Wayne and Pike—Wm. M. Nelson, D.
York—J. Hersh, D. ; B. F. Porter, D.
Majority on joint ballot,
FRIDAY, Nov. 6.
The Alatama Legislature, which met on
Monday, is still without a quorum.
Under the laws of. Congress. no election
mil; held in Virginia, on Tuesday. Voting
was done, however, a yiajority of the votes
in Alexandria being given for Seymour and
Blair. Of course, such nmelection will be
regarded as of no effect.
Gen. pant will return toWashington next
week. en. Canby will probably leave Was
hington for Texas, on Tuesday next.
CI en. B4tler was serenaded in to well,?tfass.
last evening, and made a speech in which he
said that Congress will "find a remedy" for
the State of things in the South.
Vice President elect Colfax was serenaded
at Pittsburg,last evening, and made an apy
The public debt statement will be iss ed
to-day, and will, it is stated,show a dee e.
The negroes collected outside offlavannah
are started to bare dispersed on Wednesday
night, but reassembled yesterday. A des
patch says they are reported to bi armed
with United States muskets. Another of
the policemen shot-in the Savannah riot has
den, Roieerani Will AMR for Mexico on
the 10th iuet. -
'4 4 .L soap and candle factory in Cincinnati
was nearly destroyed yesterday by the ex
plosion of a tank. Loss $25,000. 'ryta per-
SOUS Were injured the explosion.'
The Bellevue Itospitol, in IttOlmiood,
Nas yellter47 -4 9 11 tEltil by fire,' •
depplaiiali ildvices'AQ ,Octobpr 28th state
that the President of remain* kadi 4efesited
&reel •of insarrectlemsbi , in - Us
Bantei; and was about to go to chirighlr • ,
noun OF aliPitkfiliNTATIVRO?
Also in Stook, a 144 *ailment of Silk Ate
will be sold by the yerd l itirinade to order In
at short notice and moderate prices,
A GOOD Alit. wantsaplsseeas Child's Noise;
S tcan do general housework. InqUke at WI
atit Fifth:street. • nov64'
I§6IOI6MAILER WaIiNTED.—A coal, eteidY
hand, on repalrlnE and new work._ .6teadY 401- ,
oyrnont. Apply at No. 6 Neverelnk atreek'llor
ner of Ilingaman. - . nor q• At
TIEMOORATIC A S SOCIATION. The
tillregular monthly meeting otthe DemoomtioA
sedation will be hCid attheirroomestormorrowtelid
urday) evening. Nov. 7th . at 7% o'llook. A hill
attendance Is exploded.
111AA0 D. 14811 E% Ptesident,
P. D. WANNIR, 110 , retaxy. nov 43.2 t
TOOAIRDINO•4 few gentlemen can be ae-
Deommodated Wi 30 1 Bood Warding and bedding
by applying at No. ‘Yesbiogton street.
non 6-3 t GEORGE GETROST. •
THE GOOD WILLFI RE, COMPANY,
Or AibLENTOWNOj1 1
Would hereby announce to the citizens of Reading
that, owing to a considerable number of tickets r
maining unsold las well as coupons =slurped,
they are compelled to postpone the drawing until
the 22d of December. Tickets can be had, for a
short, Ring, of E. D. Riechard , Agejlt Plough and
Harrow hotel, and at Etrokland & Bro.
JOSEPH REBIIOLTZ I ,
NO. 710 PENN• STREET,
has constantly on hand the
as well at all kinds of meat and auntie's, liver
pudding, blood pudding, Frankfort "Solivrarten
magen' &0., all of which will be sold at the lowest
' a RApID RAFFLING ?SATOH
TWO' FAT HOGS
'At the Drovers' Hotel thr. Eighth d Washington es.,
GIikiATURDAY EVENING NEXT,N0V.76.1868.
The highest number of Heade thrown takes plat
choice. lowest number takes second choice. Tick
ets 26 cents.
By the . • ,
Assisted 4y, the
HEADING 11.2EINNE 11,0110
AT AUCENIIAOII 9 B HALL.
t v oday,. November 10114, 1809,
item Olt ONR GENTLEMAN AND TWO LADIRR 61.
PRODRAWIN - WART 1.
CONCERT AND TABLEAUX.
All our old friends and patrons with their fami
lies are respectfully invited to attend.. Tiokets can
be had of the Committee.
ADOLPH HOPPMAN, _
CARL SOHOENE. •
. nor 4-0 t If. C. REEK,. . •
- NEW GROC RY 44 PROVISION STORE,
J. D-. HIGH
Announces to the pub \ So that he has opened a ,
GROCERY & PROVISION STORE .
at the N. E. Corner of Eighth and Franklin Sta.,
where he will keep constantly on hand a largo and
well selected Stock of Groceries. Proyisions, Am.
Which he will sell at the lowest market price. •
A share of public patronage is respectfully solic
ited. Country produce bought and sold.
J. D. MOIL
N. E. Corner Eighth and Franklin.
-- -- 2 G
GEN. TAYLOR HOU'SE I
-341 North Eighth Strout,
Within a:Square of (hel Upper NCIO York &pot.
J. H. SUAEVFEIt. Proprietor. alO-3m
K EYSTONE OPERA HOUSE. •
POSITIVELY TWO NIGHT.. ONLY!
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, '
NOVEMBER 6TH AND ITH, 11188.
RE•UNiON AND FAREWELL TOUR OF THE .
WORLD-RENOWNED • •
HANLON BROTHERS ,
GEORGE, WILLIAM, ALYRED, ED
WARD and FREDERICK,. ' •
With their Juvenile Prodigies, FRANCOIS, JU
LIAN and VICTOR. and their new
TRANS-ATLANTIC COMBINATION, , ..
i4Vr. makinetheir FAREWELL TOUR of till
United States.! ..I_n additten to the-attractions pre
served by the; AIitNLONS„._ they We also under
eniagenae t r e Miming E uropean It 'brines:
_JYttat i lit 13W a rlpteeO u relittitana ivt•
_THOR/lE. the won* hed vorn6
medienne an vocalist. • •
. ALFRED B. BEDOWICR. Cctcerilnist aud Buffo .
Bnger. , .
Meant. , BYLVANX k BENEIBLUX'aritI,Ine
owns open at 73 O'cittAmnlel/6.1%.,
• ana4 ens —Cleersc an 'Hanka l•
tearer ' nt. , B. Smith; B nem Manager . . •
••Admiakon 50 cents: children under 10 years. 15
cents. - . 0c11#44
acheag. ° 2 R hara.b.
, • '; '•• 3 1 ,
KLINE, :EPPIHIMER &. CO.
CHAIN LAIN SHAWLS,
"7 - 1 - 1--" 0
Brikeic . c4OTH CLOAKS,
CHINOKILLY OLOTII CLOAKS,
WHITNY BEAVER CLOAKS.' "
FROSTED BEAVER CLOAKS;
MILK VELVET 'CLOAKS.
vets, Velveteens and Cloaking Cloths, which
the most durable and fashionable manner;•
THIRD AND PENN MS.
McGowan & Miltimore,
1-1' AItDW A it .
CUTLERY, 01 NS,
ROUGE FURNISHING GOOD'S
TIN PLATA% SHEET IRON,
SADDLERY, &a., Ao.', 8441. 1
OW • SWIM' .111,i7ADIN9, P 4.
iI UCKWHEAT FLOUR I,
BARNHART & KOCH
nave just received 10,000 pi:1111164 tbe beet
'MOUNTAIN BUOK.V/HRAT FLOUR,
'lVblob they, will sell _mit, wholesale and retail,
Also, constantly on bank the
PAMIII,,Y, AND , BAKERS' PLOURSi
All kinds of Feed, Mtn Dried Corn Meal, ke.o.k°'
oct 30-2 w Noe. 21.24 and Z North Eghth West.
.NEW WINE -Hp . :OSE,
652 min* OTOS%
• READING •
,:.• .• •
p 141* Qi6oiastte so Wil of limbeiit
• ap 21-
uill*. 0/1 • • ~...
US.OER BEER , "41tA 1 5) „JO.
BARNHART it KOMI,
se ; , •
HOOPLANI) 4 B 421 2,1010 SITU:Ms
ffooftand's German Tonto,
TA4 orsfßisaies - Ai ail Inu a i eto p h
•• • -
Hoofiand l B:ooitigin 13ittent
troietof thapiner (qr Oa thy teed.
17 Oro Nerwl. u n v Om* had
tad Ur • eV? " I r j r:i% ci li a 00 116 1 1 1 ::
hire (Ong kfan. • „ ', . . ,•,
• . , r ..• ,
Is a nOralshietionof all the ingredients orals Bit.
ter% VitbLitilt %rat quality ,of ',Saabs CMS .e
til . atitimi O 3 MD OD% otthe coat plealeat as
• remed es eyer ollared to the Public.
"IM4V, preferring a medicine free from Aleeholle
admixtures will use • • -
ILOGLAND'S GERMAN' BITTERS,
Those Who here no ohjeCtion to the'combinetto
of the Bitters, as Stated, apt use
1100,FLAND'S GERMAN TONIC 1
' They all both equally good t and erudite the
pame.inentoinai virtues, the oho ee between thettm
Watt a mete matter of taste; 't e Ton lo being the
most palatable. _ .
The itomicli, from a gsrlety ot mirk such s
Indigestio Dyspepsia. Nervous Deb illy, ett„ t o
very apt tri eve its inactions demi . 'de Mr
er. sy7thlsing as elose9ty as it oea with the
titontao i then Poolnes affected, the result.ei
whiett s= that the POO suffers trout rental or
snore s) the following ODOM: • ' • ~
DonetiMPtlOn k Bletulenetanward Piles. fulletis
of BIOOd tO tlici Dead; Acidity of the Stomach, -
. Nausea, Into, Disgust for fpodi_Pull
. nese or ' lip tinth 0 . litoDuobb. _' cllmr
• ' Wilda o a ring or Muttering
• ' ''.'
at the Pit of the tomaeh t Swimming of
• • i he Bend, Hurd i s li: milt Breathing,
kuuertgg ,nt the e 0 °king or Su ffoeatt
tug ijansaVoni when_in ar itut Posters, Noakes
of Vislon..DoO_or Webs efore tberght. Doi
Pain in the Herat, Delloienoy of 4)rsplta
tion, XiIIioNTIDOM of the Skin AD ,Nie,s,
Pain in the Side. Back. Meat, Limbs, eto,,
Sudden Flushes of Heat, Burning in the Flesh.
Consts,qt Imaginings of Hyll, and li rest '
~ Depression of Spirits.
The sufferer from these diseases shOuld exercise
the greatest caution in the selection of a remedy,
for his case, Durohasirei only that w his, h Ike is iota
oared front his ingest aliens and inanities. Dot
'lessee true merit, is sk 11,NlIt compOubdkil f is
fie from injurious ingre (Dents, and establish
cl r itself a reputation or the cure of diseases.
DI this connection we would submit those we remedies—
HOVLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS,
ILOOPLAND'S GERMAN TONIC'
ItatARID BY Da; O:.U, JA(ll4o2te PhitadelPhlk PI
Thirty-bolters slime they were dot Wiredraw%
into thts °gun ry , from Germany, during which t1: 1 1
they have un oubtsdly performed more cum.
benefited su ff ering huma nity to a itreattit tilisni.
thAn any other reuttill i tewk:os a ro to the Iloilo.
f T ikt e j= l o e : //1 6 pe e L i u Otgicoor v ile °"l"
ebiltty, Mimi o thou hoes , .ulteass of th e
Kidneys allcdoeakeo arising from t a • pit.
kitomaoh or ntestipes,
1 • %
D,E . B It T Y..
Resulting kom any ,Cause whatever:4 Prostration
,of the Nygein , pduced by severe Labor,
r pardships. aperture. Revere, Av.
LThere no medic no extant equal to these rem
-0111 Itch oases. Atone and vigor is im
clwill . 11 018 sYstom , the appetite is site*ma.
od is e eyed. the staunch digests proper ly, the
ood is pulrlfied, the complexion becomes song
and healthy. the yellow tinge is eradicated from
the eyes , a bloom is given to the cheeks. and the
Weak. and nervous invalid becomes a Strong and
PERSONS 4DVANO9D IN LIFE, . .
And feeling the hand of thin weighing heir
upon Osumi with all Ito attendant Jill sill ne le
the use of this DITTSRI3, or the TO 10 , an el elt
that will instil ne w . life into their ve 11* reatotel*,
121xiaeure the energy and ardor of Mote Otani'
,-,.. bull& up their shrunken forme, and glee
health and 'happiness to their remaining yew:
It les well established het that:fully one-half of
the female portion of ourtpulation are seldom la
tho enjoyment or. good health, or, tome their
own expreesion, never feel well. 'my are
languid, devoid of all energy, extremely•nersoas,
and have no appetite. •
To this class of persons the BITTERS, or the
TONIC. is espeolally recommended.
WHAH AND DELICATE CHILDREN
Are made strong by the use of eithei of theft
remedies. They will mire every case of MARAB.
MUS, without fail.
Thousands of certificates have accumulated In
the hands of the proprietor, but space will allow el
the publication of but few. Those. it will be eV
served, are men of note , and of such standing that
they must be believed:
Icon; tiebile W. Woodward,
ChiefituatiCA of the Supreme Court, write}:
PHILADELPHIA, MIA 16.1867.
"I find Hoofiand'e German Bitterais *good tonlin
'tiara in diseases of the A digestive organs, and of
great benefit In caul ottlLdebility, and want of
nervous actton in the system,
O W. WOODWARD,
Judge of the supreme CourtofPekinsylvapht.
"I consider Dootland's Gorman Bitters a
ble medicine in case of attacks Of indigestion or drs
pepsiai I can certify this from my experience of it
' • JA MES THOR P 12,010
From Roy, E. D. Fekidall. • •
) 1 1 : s t ilatant Editor Christian Chronicle, Ph iladelphle
have derived decided benefit from •the use of
°Oland's Gersten Mum, and feel It my privilege!
to recommend them ins a most valuable tonic, to all
who are suffering from general debility.% or from
diseases arising from derangement pf it/envoi'.
Yours, truly, •
E. D. •PEND.4II.
Wrozn *W. Joseph Kennard, D. D..
Pastor of the Tenth Baptist Church. Phila. 4
Di. JA0113011.--D EAR S I II :•••I h SYS been freolono
ly rigubsted to connect my name with reoom•
14endatlons of different kinds of medicines, but re
larding the prsoticepas out of my apptowl- _
ate sphere. I have in all oases declined); but
with a clear proof in Tar ous instances, and earth , - •
plait, my own family,. of the tiflo of Dy. Hoof •
hind ottoman Bitters. I depart for once from MI
USUAL course, to express my full conviction tba y or
Deserts, debility ants system' and eppeChtliNfOr kW.r
assiPtakt, it is a ogre and 04 !scat* prepa ratios, 44
110 /4t Melt it may fall; 'but usually, I doubt not, It
will DO very beneficial to those whosuifer from tint
.Yours. very respectfollyi _
• J. IL KENNARD,
Dish tb..kulow Coates
Hoodland's German Remedies
, Re touilteifelted.
See that the ofgnature f kofo. ..IAOKSUK bon
the wrapper of each hot -itf tie. lothoni are Coon*
oipelphl ffice id Mieitteetorii Grimm
Medicine Store, o. rob Street. tutaelybi",
CHARLES M. EVANS l Viiiirietor,
•Fonnerly . C. M. JACKSNN 4t- "
HootlN:v*6 . ' 9 74as Biller*, perbottle,. -
ea(fdosee • - • •
Hockiascrt Getman lbele tt Jest up injituat bottles,'
sl_ Est DOJO, or ok Are wfitli 0 0 ';
ax° sot forget to Mto OWO 0 add. der
buy. in order to set the genuine.
I)raggiiits and ,BWrekeeporet
lion. James Thompson,
FOR SALE. BY ALL