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...SBCRO AD CHES30N RAILROAD.
I' 4 Rfter Monaay, iiu.cu.uv. ,
P n this road will run as follows :
' V connecting wi
it53':V:n;i Pitts Erie W
th Day Ex.
" M connecting with Altoona Ac
t32 ' West and Mail East.
c0m, .nnnectintr with Mail Train
a.o: r- -
AV J 4 M0or on departure of Pi
il7, ;te'il West.
25 p. M., or.n departure of Mail Tt
' TV. f
". . . . -r-;i
1 Train West.
ENOrH LEWIS. Gen. Svpt.
jjOBtBT PITCA1RN, 5tf. Div.
t T?PlftTTFS 7
. UIVE7 MYTIIsS
.i i.nr nf Kbens-
?ByT. we. tne '7 - "
assemble in our majesty " '
d choose a BursseM and Town . .
,crTC during the cr.suinK year.
rfer without ostentation or pomp.
ee are tnauctcu " -
taken fr panted that we have a
nerr qualified municipal government,
.in and to act in our eime and behalf.
i taken for grunted, we fmy we do
;t how puc'.i to be the case for from
u moment that the toa of office is pla
..Jiiuund theai, we Jose sight of the
;are?s and Council, and ars ouly con-
inced that such dignitarie3 have actual
ibtcnre by the vivid remembrance we
ear of the part we took toward electing
ien. An occasional boro. !ax collector
Ly ioaeed wait upon us, urgent and an-
jjiug but we do not loot on mm as a crea-
are ot me uoro. auiuunut-s :u tuu, a
re look on him ua a sort of hereditary af-
.etion entailed on us by Providence for
it in dividual sins. What becomes of
!c Council after it is elected and duly
stalled ? Once in a great while, does
Void a meeting, to enact ordinances,
j'ds, and rules and regulations? Once
, ipreaf while, does il convene to take
:o consideration tle state, not ot the
oDtry, but of the boro. ? Or, immedi-
:y succeeding the "swearing-in" pro
s', does it proceed with all possib!e dis-
::ch to die a natural death and be buried
;JI next elcctioc-day ? Ia a word, are
.offices of Burgess and Council myths,
:J the titles empty honor? Or have
f actual existence beyond the mere
:tir of election and installation ?
We are led to propound thee interrog-
CTtes from the iact that whilst we are
cpularJy supposed fo possess all the offi
in allowed u by our municipal charter,
e still have no positive evidence that
:ts the case. We can testify that for
naaiter of months past we have had
audible nor ocular demonstration that
ft Lave a Council. We do t:ot know
bit that body has held any meetings
i'ft! any law? repealed any ordinances
j-t.i u-eleM or unjust discussed .any
t'iiure touching the general welfare, for
tenths. Ilowmanv of our citizens know
jbt it has done or is doing, or that it
J. don: or is doing anything ?
In mot of the boros. of which we have
OTieilge, it is the custom for the "fath-
to pubUfb. in the public prints a
-amiary of the proceedings of their ev
7 mtcting, that the people may know
xtlj wliat is being done in their name.
"d'tfe the eame. The reorle .have a
f'fou be entrusted with guch infoima
They are are emphatically the ones
r mom the "father" labor, and if the
ork pcTiormed be satisfactorv. thev want
'to Vno vv and say '-well done I" if it be
UDSat3SIactor5, they aut ,U Q ,
C ,hPJ ""n, kick the un-
TOrthv tPMrnni.. .
j . --...0 outer darkness. N
e have a Burgos nd Council flmnn..
J. e beg to itnnre. th fnM..,:...
P their understanding and .,11
. r) oiiu can upo
G " "'Vkten us to hat ll.ey a.
Utd0 itl00 often. The muuicinal m.
ot the boro. are dear to our hearts,
&s,re nothing so much as to know
act extent to which you are condu-
?r" weltare. If there is not a
,; lucre is not a
7 of funds in the treasury to pay
. e gemination of this intelligence
e press, we have no doubt Th
rWa could be prevailed upon to
" Public "e, gratis, for nothing
'JA&Rll:n n ii.ooi!. ...... ...
v" -ou msrant, at tne
I3eDCe of firrni
f-srp u . "-v- Xiq., jcocns-
L s ,e Itev-T-M-WilsoD-Mr-.
UEo. Barker tj M;e t
.Accpanjingthe fore! .no.,M.
me a cake, which was nothing if it
8t Ur onit ii:-- . . . .
W "vucious. i!or the kind
l taibraDcer. th .i. , .
LIU . ' r- w ueygiueinaUKS
Vina1'!! ttaD' UpIed WUh the hP
, the dim future, toward which we
Jul ut g witti winged feet, .11
with th.tn Mw. -
The Cresson House. We cheerfully
give place to the following communica
tion, though candor compels us to say
that the writer exhibits more temper
than in our judgment the subject war
rants. The article to which exception is
taken, it is due us to state., was inserted
iu. our columns whilst we were temporarily
absent, and its appearance was a source of
regret to us when we' discovered it, as we
felt that it was unjust and uncalled-for.
We cheerfully joiu tlX. Y. Z." in com
mendation of the Cresson House. Du
ring occasional visits there, . the deport
ment of the proprietor towards us was
always what might be expected from a
courteous and obliging gentleman, and we
have invariably heard his guests speak of
him in the highest terms." Under his
judicious management, Cresson has at
tained a deserved celebrity as a summer
resort, and is an inttitution of which the
people of our county have reason to feel
Altoon-a, Nor. 22, 1865.
To the Editor of The Alleghanian :
This morning, hy the purest accident, my
attention ws attracted to au article which
recently appeared in your local columns, un
der the caption of ' The Mountain," in which
W.hs reproduced a scurrilous atlnck upon the
CresV011 House, emanating from a correspon
dent of the Pittshurg Leader. I doubt not
the Cresson House and its proprietor can at
all times abundantly vindicate themselves
before hont'St find competent judge, but as
the evi.ient ain of this scribbler was to
create an undue prejudice against them, it is
hnt nroner ttat h3 ii'J-concei ved statements
s-ouId be refuted. It very often happens
that men of small calibre and still less pecu
niary means make their way to watering
ulaces like Cresson. and undV rtake to put on
airs which are not justified by i-hsir ttata in
the social or monetary circle in wiuca iney
move at home. These individuals occasion
ally get taken down a pt'g or two, anu then
. 1 1t II A
mey anow ineir "angry passions 10 rise
they go off in a pet, and if perchance ther
are endowed with a modicum of scribbling
ability, they at once turn their attention to
penny-a-lining it fjr some newspaper, in the
vain hope that they can '-write down" and
bring into disrepute the particular establish
ment which don't happen to please them.
Judging by the tone and temper of his arti
cle, I consider this Pittsburg correspondent
entitled to a high place in the rank of these
disappointed would-be-somebodies. He is
either this, or but no matter. II13 whole
statement about Cresson is studied and mali
cious. When he says the scenery there is
"tame," he writes himself down as having no
taste for either the beautiful or the sublime,
whilst his assertion that "'an honest mechan
ic, with a modest appetite, would cleau th&
tables set for the supper of twenty fashiona
ble guests" at Cresson, ''and still feel hun
gry," is an insult to a class of laboring men
whose latchstrings he is not worthy tc loose.
No gentleman . would make -such a compari
son, even ii facts warranted it, which the
writer well knows they do not in this case,
.dffid so far as charges are concerned, I mny
safely say they are as liberal at Cresson as at
any other similar establishment ; and this
learned correspondent should remember that
the proprietors of watering-places have but
a very few wetks iu which to compensate
themselves for 'what they lose in keeping
their establishments closed nearly the whole
year. Mr. Editor, I must not trespass too
much on your patience, but having been a
frequent guest at Cresson during the past few
years, I have ftlt it my duty to make this
commuuication. Under its present proprie
torship, that place has acquired an enviable
distinction as a summer resort, and justly so.
In common with others, I have spent many
pleasant hours there, and trust to spend many
more there in the future, and I doubt not the
place will continue to be well patronized by
people of good sensr no matter how much or
how little driveliug correspondents may mis
represent or revile it. x. y. z.
The Johnstown Marble Works.
This establishment has long been noted
for the superior order of workmanship
turned out therefrom. . The proprietor,
Mr. John Parke, is a practical marble
cutter himself, and so fully understands
his business, while his workmen are the
most ekillful to be had. The best of ma
terial only is used, and it therefore be
comes almost an impossibility to turn out
other than good work. We certainly do
not wish a visitation of the death-angel to
any one;, but should it ever happen that
the sad duty devolves upon you, reader,
to rear a slab or point an obelisk in mem
ory ot some dear one, we take pleasure in
saying that Mr. Parke is an artist fully
competent to embody your conceptions in
the chastest and most enduring form.
Specimens of his handiwork may be seen
in all the cemeteries in the county, and
in cemeteries iu Blair, Westmoreland and
Indiana counties. In addition to the
manufacture of monuments and tomb
stones, Mr. P. also cuts to order mantels,
tables and bureau tops, &c, &c. The Eb
ensburg branch of his establishment is at
the Hardware Store ot Mr. Geo Huntley,
where specimens may be seen and orders
left. See advertisement elsewhere.
Interesting Discovery. Much ado
is being made concerning the dicovery
of gold in Greene county. The people of
nsburg and vicinity are not particu-
rly interested in this ;strike," but it
does concern them that a still greater dis
covery has been made at our very doors.
We refer to the discovery of a cheap store,
where goods can be bought at something
like a reasonable price, and warranted to
be just what they are represented. To
wit, at E. J. 31 ills & Co.',. High street.
Prospect in that direction, and be convin
ced that this discovery is valuable to our
citizens as any gold mine could bo.
The weather is still somewhat Indian
summeriah, though the mornings and
vning ar exceedingly cool. '
Etchings.- The house of Mr. Joseph
Itel, in Washington township, together
with most of: its contents, was destroyed
by fire on the .11th inst.... Thomas Par
riah, a member of the 77th Pa. Vols., and
a resident of Minister township, this
county, died in Victoria, Texas, on the
28th September last. He was aged about
22 years i.. Rev. A. J. HarUock, pastor of
the United Brethren congregation of
Johnstown, and Chaplain of the l33d Pa.
Vols, during the existence of that organi
zation, was married to Miss Buth Pringle,
daughter of John P. Pringle, Esq., of
Johnstown, on the 16th inst. ...The meet
ing of the Borough Council of Johnstown
on Wednesday evening of last week broke
up in a row, says the Tribune. One of
the members was expelled, and another
resigned. The cause of the outbreak is
not 6tated, but it is shrewdly supposed to
have arisen from a difference of opiniou
among the Councilmen as to whether their
prospective "new Court" should be held
in the Town Hall or in the municipal
Lock-tip The barn of Mr. Samuel J.
Horner, residing a mile out trom Johns
town, together with its contents, was de
stroyed by fire on the 14th in?t. Loss
estimated at Jr 1,800 ; no insurance... .The
West Pennsylvania engine house at Biairs
ville was burned to the ground on Sunday
morning. Two engines were "consumed
with it.. ..The trial of John P. Beed, jr.,
indicted for the murder of Deputy Pro
vost Marshal Crouse, resulted in an ac
quittal by the Bedford Court.. ..We see it
stated that the 77th Pa. Vols., in which
are quite a number of Cambrians, is to be
mustered out of service shortly.' Per
contra, we also see it stated that the regi-
' n?ent will be" held till the expiration of its
term of enlistmout. It is now ia Texas.
Court F.xt Week. The approach
ing session 01 our county Courts promises
to be an unusually' interesting one. The
civil list has b-een helu r for the sec
oud week, and tho Srst wcC vrill ba de
voted exclusively to criminal busi7ie?-'' '
which there is a plethora. There are T
less than three indictments for murder
pending against the men Howser and
Bowser for the murder of Misses Paul and
Munday, and against John Gore for the
murder ot Policeman Holmes. These
cases will in all probability come up next
week. Another murder trial down . on
the calendar for' this Court, that of Beam
and Paddle, was nipped in the bud by the
escape from jail of the parties indicted.
By the way, it may not be generally known
that the jail is guarded night and day
now, to prevent the forcible deliverance
of the prisoners remaining in that - insti
tution. In . addition to the fofeiroinf.
there will be the usual variety of minor
criminal business. We will have a full
report of the proceedings lor publication.
Died. At the residence of her pirent?,
in Mahanoy city, Schuylkill county, Pa.,
on Sunday, the 19th instant, Miss Emily
II. Paddack, aged about 25 years.
The deceased, with her pareuts, re
sided in Ebensburg for a uumber of years,
and was universally beloved for her many
bright and shining virtues. She had
enjoyed good health until attacked with
that terrible disease Diphtheria, from the
effects of which she died. One so young,
so intelligent an ornament to. society
the pride of the household to be called
frcu: amongst us so suddenly, brings to
mind most vividly thit truth that "in the
midst of life we are in death." Whilo
sorrow clouds the hearts of her many
friends, they cannot fathom, yet can they
feel for the u?iutterable grief that exists
n that once happy homt4,' now made sor
rowful by the os of a lond, kind hearted
and affectionate daughter.
ELe.islwy, Nov. 27, 18G5.
. Look Here ! The very extensive
stock of Winter Goods purchased lately
in the ea"tern cities by J- M. Thompson
has just arrived, and is now being rapidly
opened out, at his store, P. O. building.
Ebensburg. We advise our readers to
call on him forthwith, and pick up the
bargains which he is throwing around
with a lavish hand. The largest stock of
jr0l,ds the best selected in every respect
the" cheapest, ever brought to town. Go
and sec! Go soon ! Go now!
"Take ,Youa CnoiCE !" We direct
attention to the advertisement elsewhere
of the New York Observer. It will be
noticed that any person forwarding six
teen new subscribers to that paper, accom
panied by the cash at $3.50 per subscri
ber, will be presented by the Publishers
with a $55 Sewing Machine, a vVheeltr
& Wilson or a GrOver & Baker as may be
preferred, as a premium. Who in this
vicinity will take a Machine ? ;
It gives us pleasure to state that the
price , of butter is tumbling; ' down. - In
Pittsburg, .28, 30 and 33 cents per pound
are tho ruliDg figures, with s still greater
downward tendency. Rejoice!
SMALL PROFITS I"
SMALL PROFITS !"
SMALL PROFITS t"
BARKER'S CHEAP STORE !
BARKER'S CHEAP STORE f
BARKER'S CHEAP STORE !
THE LARGEST STOCK OF GOODS,
THR LARGEST STOCK OF GOODS,
THE LARGEST STOCK OF GOODS,
THE BEST SELECTED,
THE BEST SELKCTED,
THE BEST SELECTED
EVER BROUGHT TO TOWN !
EVER BROUGHT TO TOWN 1
EVER BROUGHT TO TOWN I
- LARGEST ! CHEAPEST f BEST !
LARGEST ! CHEAPEST ! BEST I
LARGEST I CHEAPEST I BET!
. Fall ancOYI nter, 1S5.
The subscriber calls the attention of the
public to the fact that he has just received
and opened out the largest stock of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
both Foreign and Domestic, ever brought to
A full and complete assortment of
Ererything new and desirable in the line of
r LADIES' DRESS GOODS.
A superior assortment of
HOSIERY, 'GLOVES, NOTIONS, &c.
The best assortment ot
ever before offered here.
Light and tas'.eful
HOOP SKIRTS AND BALMORALS.
The latest styles of
HATS AND CAPS.
Ladies', men's, youth's ind children's
BOOTS AND SHOES.
A full supply of
To say nothing of '
II RDWARE, QUEENS WARE, WILLOW 4
CEDAR-WARE, BROOMS, BRUSHES,
FISH, SALT, NAILS, &c, &c, &c.
Not to enumerate further, suffice it to say
that hi3 is a first-class Country Store, where
anything and everything required by the
people C&a be had-
Buying tv";ce as large, a stock as any other
merchant in town, he buys cheaper, aid ean
therefore tell cheaper, t'A'aa any competitor.
The public is invited to ca.'J before purcha
sing elsewhere. No charge foT showing
goods, buy or not buy.
figy The highest market price paid for
A. A; BARKER. niGII St., EBENSBURG.
A." AfU ARKER, HIGH St., EBENSBURG.
A. A. BARKER, HIGH St., EBENSBURG.
HpAYLOR tVs CREMEIt, -X
AT THE HUNTINGDON NURSERIES,
Sell Fruit k Ornamental Tress, Vines &c. of
better growth, larger size, and at lower prices
than any of the Northern or Eastern Nurseries
and warrant thorn true to name.
Standard Apple trees at 18 J cents each
$16 per 100..
Peach trees, 15 to 20 cts each $12.50 tc
$15 per 10
Standard Pear trees, 50 to 75 cts oach-
Dwarf Pear trees, 50$ to$l each 20 to $60
Dwarf Apple trees, 50 to 75 cts each
Standard Cherry trees 37$ to 75 cts
Dwarf Cherry trees 50"to 75 r.t8.'
- Plum trees 50 cts.
Apricot trees 40 to 50 cts.
Nectarine trees 25 cts each.
GraDe Vines 25 cts to $1.
Silver Maple trees 62$ to $1.
European Ash, 75 to 1.
European Larch, 75 cts to 1.50
Norway Spruce, 50 cts to $1.
American Balsam Pine, 75 ct3 to $1.50
American k Chinese Arbor Vitae, 50 ct
Strawberry Plants, $1 per 100, &c. sc
Huntington, Jan. 25, 18bu tf..
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THIRST NATIONAL HANK
X? OF ALTOONA,
Corner of Virginia and Annie Streets, oppo
site Superintendent's Office Penna. RI1., Blair
U. S DEPOSITORY a FINANCIAL AGENCY.
Monies received on deposit Interest al
lowed on, time deposits. Gold and Silvei
Bought anil Sold. Fractional Currency and
Mutilated United States Notes Redeemed.
Drafts cn the principal Cities for sale. Cen
tral Depot for the sale of United States Inter
nal Revenue Stamps.
This Bank keeps on hand for sale the 7
3-"0 U. S. I'reaeury Notes, and takes subscrip
tions for the same. This is the Popular
Loan! tlie only Government Loan now in
market at par,-giving those who have money
a safe arid desirable opportunity for invest
ment Two Cents a Day for each Si 00. These
Notes, at Maturity, can be exchanged for 5-20
Six per cent. Gold bearing bonds.
. W.M. M. LLOYD, Treat.
D. T. Caidwell, Cashier:
Feb. ft, 1865.tf.
TTOOD MORRELL & CO.,
Vf Jontf sTowr, Pa
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS
IN ALL KINDS OF MERCHANDISE,
Keep constantly on hand the following arti
cles : ,
DRY GOODS, nATS AND CAPS,
CLOTHING, ' BONNETS,
NOTIONS, . HARDWARE,
QUEENS WARE, PROVISIONS,.
BOOTS SHOES, FISH, SALT,
GROCERIES, FLOUR, BACON,
FEKD OF ALL KINDS, VK&ETA31.ES AC.
' E-Clothinjrand Boots and Shoes made'o
order on reasonableterms.
Johnstown March 1 1860-tf.
i 3 -
COAL! COAL! COAL! "
The public are hereby notified that now
is the time to ordr a winter's supply of
Coal.' Cars on the Railroad are plenty, and
transportation sure. ;Later in , the season,
this may not be case. Send on your orders
. Coal furnished at redaced rates from last
'a IT- T.rrn , "WM. TILEY. :
V Homlock, CunbrU eo.VAng.. 24,; 186.'?n.
JOHNSON'S RHEUMATIC COM
POUND .ND BLOOD PURIFIER. '
THE SOLDIER'S FRIEND!
GREAT INTERNAL REMEDY?
Rear the Testimony ' of a Soldier.
Provost Marshal's Office, I
Pittsburg, December 17, 1864.
Mr. Andrew Johnson : Dear Sir In No
vember last I had a severe attack of Rheu
matism, to which I have not been subject for
nearly three years. The attack was so s.
vere that I could r.ot move"my head fcor raia"
my arm. After trying different medicines in
Tain, I was induced, to" use ycur. BHEfMATid
compound and bloop tuhlpier, and before I
hid taken three bottles I was so. completely
cured that I could perform any duty to which
my country might call me. 1 can gladly and
confidently recommend It to my fellow,
soldiers as the quickest and surest remedy I
ever used. Your true friend, . .
Reference 3. T. Patterson and William
Duncan, 77 Wood Street.
Let the Sujfcrinj Read, and Cease to Despair.
Mr. Johnson Dear Sir: This is to certi
fy tliat by using three-fourths of a bottle of
your RHEUMATIC COMPOUND asd BLOOD
PURIFIER, I was completely cured of Chroni
Rheumatism, alter having suffered for more
than eighteen years. It has been over tour
years since I was cured, and I have not felt
the slightest symptoms of its return.
I remain yours trulj,
No. 19 James street
Allegbj-xv Citt, May 3, 1864.
M?. A. Johnson : Dear Sir My wife wai
taken bad with Inflammatory Rheumatism ia
March lan. She was very much swollen and
the pain she suffered was severe ; she was
confined to her bed. I was advised to try
your Rheumatic Fluid and Blood Purifier, so
I got a bottle of it, and before the half of it
was Used she was entirely well. The cure is
a perfect cue- I never saw such medicine.
She had only taken three doseg of it when
the swelling and pain began to abate. All
your medicince wants is to be known in or
der to give it success. Yours affectionntely,
JAMES M'AL LISTER.
My residence is No. 128 Cherry Alley, wher
my wife can be 'seen by any person doubting
the truth of the above.
Pitts bubo, April 19th, 1864.
K. 12. SELLERS & CO., So7e Froprietorir
PITTSBURGH, PA. .
To whom all orders must be ddre9Sd.-.
Price one dollar per bott'e.
gELLERS' LIVER PILLS !
i PLAIN AND SUGAR COATED- - : ,
The Original, only True (ink Genuine.')
Have stood for thirty years a Staple Rem
edy, unequaled by any medicine known fjt
the cure of Liver Complaint, Costiveness,
Sick Headache and Bilious Disorders, ana
indeed for the whole class of diseases origi
EAtih ia biliary derangements.
Great Cure of Liver Covplaist.
By the Original, Only True and Genuin
' LIVER PILLS.
Silver Creek, Ohio Co., Va., Mar. 20, "AO.
Mr. R. E. Sellers .-Dear Sir I thins it a
duty I owe to you and the public geuerally,
to state that I have been afflicted with Liver
complaint for a long time, and so badly, that
an abscess formed and broke, which left me .
in a very low statp. Having heard of your
celebrated Liver Pills beiog for sale by A.
R. Sharp, .West Liberty and recommended
to me by my physician. Dr. F. Smith, I con
cluded to give them a fair trial. I purchased
OJie box, and found them to be just what they
are recommended the best Liver Pills ever
used ; and alter taKing lour boxes, lhnd th
disease has entirely 'eft me, and I am now
perfectly well. Respectfully yours,
U. 11. VULEKAK.
I certify that I am personally acquainted
with Mr. Coleman, acd I -can bear testimony
to the truth of the above certificate.
A. R. SHARP.
GrtEExvnLE, Floyd Co., Ind, Oct. 27. 1858.
Mr. R. E. Seller a: Sir: lam out of your
Liver Pills,, and should be glad to receive a
supply, as they give general satisfaction.-"
Please send me some soon.
TO THE PUBLIC; -Owing
to the increased demand through
out the country for eugak coated pills, the
Proprietor has commenced the operation of
sugar coating the celebrated liter pill,
thereby placing them before the pubLc both
plain and sugar coated.
R. E. SELLERS & CO., Proprietors,
Pittsburg, Pa: -
SELLER'S IMPERIAL COUGH
Pronounced to be the Tleasantest and most
Efficacious remedy now in use. -.
For the Cure af Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Tn
Huenza, Tickling Setuteion ef Ik: Throat,
Whooping Cough, J-c, c, c.
Seller's Imperial Cough Syrup has givea
relief to hundreds who have used it, and the
proprietor is per.-naded that it has the power
to impart benefit that cannot be claimed for
the Cough Mixtures in general use.
Most cf the mixtures sold for coughs are
composed of spirituous and inflammatory ar
ticles, which, while they give little relief,
really do harm. The Imperial Cough Syrup
contains no spirituous ingredient whatever,
and may be used in all cases not requiring an
active medical treatment.
Seller' Couglt Synqt Without a IZival.
Pittsburg, Fifth Ward, Feb. 26, 1856.
Mr. R. E. Sellers: Oa the Uth.nlt.,
caught a very severe cold. The night fol
lowing I went to' bed earlier than usnaL-
yet notwithstanding I had slept none t
night before my cough was 80 severe Ojal
could not sleep, neither could those a t
room with me. The person sleeping w
tne was so much annoyed by tay cougl
that he got up and went to a druiv 6tor.
ought a bottle of your Cough Syrup, one
of which to my great nstoais'ument, stop
my cough as if by magic. 1 went to work
the morning, and to now quite welL
i I herety certify that I am well acqnah
with the above Circumstance, and the et
neat given is true.
R. E. SELLERS k CO., Sole Propriety
, PITTS3UHG-, p.