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LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
Ebensburg and Cresson Railroad.
0n and after Monday, Aug. 3, 1868, trains
on this road will run as follows :
At r15 A. M., connecting with Day Exp.
Ea3t and Phil. Exp. West.
At 7.15 P. M., connecting with Phila. Exp.
East and Mail Train West.
At 9.20 A. M., or on departure of Thil.
At 8.40 P. M., or on departure of Phila.
Memoranda. A man named Isaac
Thomas lay down across the railroad track
near Tyrone and fell asleep, a few days
:iz, and a passing train cut both his legs
off near the ankles. He was intoxicated
at the time.... The store of Bell & Truhy,
in Blairsville, was entered by burglars on
the night of the 2d inst., and robbed of
money and merchandise to the amount
of $20... .A petition; has been presented to
frovemoT deary praying for the pardon of
Scott Monroe, convicted nearly a year ago
)f burglariously entering the saloon of the
.Mountain House la this place and dcspoil-
i ang it of sundry articles of value, and
sentenced to the peuitentury for the term
of fourteen months... .TLe Logan House at
Altoona has lately been repaired, at a cost
itf about $50,000.... A young man named
John It. Edwards, of Cambria township,
was thrown from his horse on Wednesday
last, while riding home, and was pretty
LadJy injured.... A young son of editor
Campbell, vi' the Altoona Vindicator, had
;i finger taken -ocfl" lately by the cog-wheels
fa job press in that ul&cc. .A merchant
named A. M. Shannon, of Brookville,
Jefferson county, had his pocket pieked of
StSjO'JO between Blairsville Intersection
and Pittsburg, on the P. II. I., on Satur-
i'l;iy night last The Pennsylvania Grand
Temple of Honnr met in Johnstown on
y. 31 r. X. I. Huberts, of Ebens-
bnrg, was appointed District Deputy for
Cambria county The lccy-3Iunitor 11-
) ease, in Imitingd;n, has been settletl.
V passenger train of six cars ran from
l'Wt-liiitvr ti A If mm? i Ctv i1:iv nirn in
yhrce hours and forty minutes.. ..It Ls said
!.!.., t..-v..A..i1 .lrv liii'A nm abrif in
.IKIL Ptl Villi utv i iiu v. . - ......j
ighborhood lately Blair county is buil-
linga new jail in IIollidaysburg....A Mrs.
Martha Haver, of Paint township, Somer
set county, was V'J years old m J uly last.
JJot lung ago, she walked ten miles to sec
a grand-daughter.... The Altoona Tribune
oniiuuM to talk, come A)f jaartini a daily
edy in ULKAItFIELD UOUNTY.
hi Thursday last, David Ball stabbed Job
-3ncasc through the heart, killing him i:i
jstantly. They both resided in CJoarh'dJ
ounty, wLere tho tragedy occurred. The
yartieulars of the affair are related to us
jis follow : Ball and Slujaso were lumber
iucn. Last spring, while returning from
fc trip ' down the river" by railroad, Snease
iecame intoxicated, and Ball assisted the
t 'iiJuetor to put hiin off the train. Snease
Iwure revenge, threatening that if he ever
tat Ball he would whip him. They did
"t come together till Thursday last
lien they met at a public sale near Glen
pe. Ball, who had heard of Snease'd
tireats, called him aside to explain his
induct on the train ; but as soon as the
fpject was introduced, Snease struck
iul, and a fight ensued. They were par-
jd, and the latter, to avoid a second en
counter, attempted to go away. Snease
.followed him, throwing stones at him.-
At this juncture, a third party named
Bacr gave Ball a knife and told him to
defend himself. Ball immediately rushed
x Jon Snease with the weapon, and stabbed
i-Im through the heart. Ball and Bacr
(re arrested. The deceased leaves a wife
four small children.
jTlIK Drum-Moueuan IIOMICDE. Da
4 Mohegan was a sort of weak-minded
a who lived in Grecnsburg. He was
f standing butt of the young men of that
i w, and jokes innumerable were perpe-
-jtcd at his expense. On the nisht 0f
lJ -oth of June last, a party tormented
till he lost his temper, and he made a
.lont onslaught on the crowd. During
1 " riu, ho received a severe cut in the
-e from a knife in the hands of William
He died the following morning.
trnd of Drum on the charge of mur-
f wmc off before the Westmoreland
f ity Court last week, Hon. Daniel Ag-
presiding. After a trial of four dajs,
J jry returned a verdict of "guilty of
" Jcr the second decree."
ECT0R3 OF the PooR.Mr. Chris
KnyJer, the newly elected Director of
,1 OOr. hna J.o . . - .
, v-u BYuru in ana taken his
" the board. He displaces Mr. Jo-
1 :,Cy' Tho l)0ar(1 i3 now compoeed
fc Allowing members: Messrs. ITonrr
Tl f Carro11 John D Thomas, of
z, ami Christian S
"Weigh Scales. The weigh scales
used in Ebensburg for a score of years
past were probably in the beginning reli
able ; but of late they have been practi
cally worthless. The common method of
using them was to ascertain by them the
weight of a given article, and then guess
how far wrong the answer Vas. We are
erlad to annottnee that this old relic has
just been superseded by scales of late and
improved construction, warranted to weigh
correctly. They are located in a central
and eligible position, on High street, im
mediately in front of Shoemakers' store.
On Thursday last, the Town Council elec
ted Mr. R. It. Thomas weighmaster, and
he has entered rrpon the discharge of
the duties of the position. The provis
ions of the ordinance relating to the scales
will be rigidly enforced, and as matter of
general information we subjoin the ordi
nance entire :
See. 1. It shall be the duty of the weigh
master to weigh all hay, coal, or live stock,
or such other artieles or things as may be
presented for that purpose at the wcigh-scales
of the boroujrh, and to furnish a proper and
numbered certificate of the quantity in weight
or bushels of the article or thing weighed to
the party hating lb same weighed, and when
the name of the purchaser ean be ascertained
his name shall be Inserted fft the certified.
fC, 2. No perswn ahall be permitted to sell
or deliver any hay or coal Within the limits
of the borough, in cart?, wagons, sleds or
other Vt h.Jcles, untl the same shall have been
weighed upo' the borough scales, and the
number of poun or bushels as the case may
be in each loau 7 ascertained by the
weighmaster; and it .Toy person sha 1 sell or
receive payment tor any .'ad of coal or hay
not so weighed and the vJght or bushels
thereof so ascertained, or beie receiving a
certificate thereof from the wei:ast"i or
having received such certificate shai. s11 .r
receive payment for such ioad or part of it
without delivering the certificate to .Le
purchaser, such person shall be liable to u
tine of not less than five nor more than trcnty
dollars for each offense.
See. 3. It shall be the duty of the weigh
ciaiter to keep the borough weights and scales
in good order and repair. It mud, dirt, or
other extraneous substances shall adhere to
any vehicle weighed, it shall be hi3 duty to
make a suitable deductionon account thereof,
as Also for any undue moisture in hay or
ether article weighed. If any person shall
present or make use of a false certificate, or
of one issued on come other load than that on
which it is fraudulently used, he eh.-iil pay a
fine of not less than five nor more than twenty
Sec. 4. The following shall be the rate of
charges by the weighmaster:
Load of coal drawn by one horse lOc.
' " two horses 15c.
' " " or more do....2Uc.
Live stock per.cwt., (provided that no
draft shall be for less than 20c 02c.
Hay or straw per 1,000 pounds or over.-25c.
4i ' lias than 1,000 pounds. ..20c.
Trial List. Below is the list of caus
es set down for trial at the December term
of the Cambria county Court :
Ferren et al. Assne.vs Hunt.
liloodxo0!'3 Kxr...vs. Morrison," Executor.
.Sniitli et al vs. Adams.
Leidy Adm'i vs. Simmons.
Hughes vs. Crum.
Byrue vs.- Moore.
M'Gonigle vs. I5urkc.
Same . vs. Same.
Evans .....vs. -McDride et al.
' Second Week.
Gillingham & Garri-
son vs. WeoUaad & Thomas.
Margaret Snyder.. ..vs. Same. " '
George Snyder vs. Same.
John Snyder vs. Same.
Frederick Snyder... vs. Same. "
M'Coy, Adia'r vs. Litzingcr.
lell vs. Swires et al.
Shriver for use vs. M'Hugh et al.
Calvin & Hanotead.vs. liurgoous.
vs. Noel et al.
vs. M'Hugh et al.
vs. I'euna. II. Ii. Co.
vs. Mellon et al. .
Myers et al.
Iyrne et al.
I3yrne & Foster.
Uivis Adia'r-M vs.
.vs. James et al.
vs. Christy et al.
Jungle vs. Dunegaa et al
Walters & Wehn vs. Slick.
M'Morris..-... vs. Plunkei.
A Split Ticket. The Ilollidaysburg
Register says that some dissatisfied mem
ber of the untcrrificd Democracy in Green
field township, Blair count j, cut his
electoral ticket in the middle and voted
the upper half I Probably he was an
Irishmaa, and didn't like Blair's former
Know Nothingism and Finnegan speech:
or, he may have been a temperance man
from principle, and took this plan to prove
his love of temperance and his opposition
to the "main strength" of his party j or,
he may have been a copperhead, and in
this way voted to show his dislike to any
one who fought in the Union ranks. At
any rate, he didn't like Blair.
Weston. This celebrated pedestrian,
as will be seen by a paragraph elsewhere,
will shortly undertake the task of walk
ing from Bangor, Me., to St. Paul, Minn.,
and back to New York city 5,000 miles
within 100 consecutive days. On his
return trip, he will pass through Ebens
burg probably about the latter part of
Grand Circular Hunt. On Sunday
afternoon last, eleven men and three dos
succeeded in hunting down and killing a
squirrel that had the temerity to appear in
the streets of our borough.
Cards, circular &c. printed to orfcr
at this office.
LOCAL CORRESPONDENCE. Satisfaction Guaranteed. If there
letter from jodnstown a STBANGER swiK-r j is oneplacemore than another where-custom-bles
tee first "National bank out of j ers are better satisfied with their purchases, it
fifty dollars, and is AFTERWARD brocoht i is at the Oak Hall Clothing Store of Leopold
to grief chapter of acciikkt8 beli- Bro'., Johnstown. They feel satisfied thepr
ciocs items, Ac, c. - can please one and all in quality and price.
JonxSTOWN, Nov. 16, 1868. ' They sell decidedly cheaper than any similar
To the Editors of The Alleghanian : ' .establishment in Johnstown. Drop in and
A young man named C. B. Gavitt, who see . .. ;
represented himself as an agent for the
hoop skirt house of Judy . Levi, of -Philadelphia,
presented a check for $50 Jon
Mr. Levi at the First National Bank in
this place. The check was cashed ; but
Mr. lioberts, the cashier, suspectiag all
was not right, telegraphed to Mr. Levi on
the subject, and received answer that Gav
itt was an impostor. He was forthwith
arrested, and Mr. lioberts got his money
Daniel McLaughlin, an employee of tbe
Cambria Iron Co., had one of his feet
badly , crushed the other day by a large
lump of ore falling upon it while engaged,
in filling carts at the blast furnaces of the
Two men, named David Bee and John
Noble, were seriously injured on Saturday
last by the premature explosion of a blast'
in a mine. Noble had half of his face
blown off, and is not expected to survive.
Bee will recover.
A man named Lake, residing in Wood
vale, while excavating a cellar, was seri
ously injured on Saturday evening by t
mass of earth falling upon him.
On Sunday last, the rite of confirmation
was administered to some , two hundred
children at St. John's church, this place,
by Rev. Bishop Domenec, of Pittsburg.
A procession of the children confirmed
tok place Sunday afternoon. Some 150
cf the.m, dressed itt white, marched thro'
tht; streets', followed by the Johnstown
Silver' Band, the St. Peter's Society of
St. John church, the St. Matthew's sc
cieties of Crkria and Johnstown bor
oughs, and severe1 clergymen on foot anl
the Bishop and threb clergymen m a cai
t. , ''nw r)oetacle.
nacre, it was an interest., t
The corncr-stone of the
Catholic church was laid the aftt.7n0n (f
the same day by the llcv. Bishop, ast?11
by other clergymen.
The suspension bridge connecting Can?
bria and 3ILUville boroughs will soon le
completed- " Dio.
Makes the difference between the gei
lleman and the boor, tho lady and ler
r1 rml '
:V pupil in the ' HolliJaysBirg
has a pleasant homo and eccj
seminary has a p
Continental Vocalists. This fur,-r
famed troupe sang to crowded houses hero;
Saturday and Monday evenings. Tuesday
and Wednesday evenings they sang in.
We advise all young people who intend
going from home to. school to go to the
State Normal School at Edinboro. It is
cheap, thorough, and practical.
Watciies, Jewelry, &c. The mag
niGcent display of watcbesewclry, &c, now
in store at C. T. Roberts,' is beyond compar
ison. Having received another lot of goods
last week, he now boasts of having the best
assortment of jewelry in the county. For
varieiy.ftyle, beauty and elegance, his goods
are unsurpassed. Among his selectioH we
find a superior quality of gold and silver
watches, gold and silver chains, gold and
silver spectaclesaleeve-buttons, finger-rings
and gold pens m endless variety, and at ex
ceedingly low figures." In a word, if you do
not want ten cent jewelry palmed off to yxm
as genuine, buy from C. T. Roberts A word
to the wise is sufficient. '
Wishes of Ladies. First, a husband;
second, a fortune ; third, a baby; fourth, a
trip to Europe ; fifth, a better lookTng dress
than any of her neighbors ; sixth, to be well
buttered with flattery j seventh, to have no
thing to do in particular ; eighth, to be" hand
some ; ninth, to bay her goods wheri they
are the latest and most fashionable ; tenth,
in order to dress neat and fashionable, you
must buy from J. Patton Thompson, who sells
very cheap. Go and be convinced.
"Keep the Ball Rolling." It is
well started, and is gathering force and mo
mentum every day. The grand throngs
which marked the , "Opening" a month , ago
have become a permanent institution, and
the New York Dry Goods and Millinery
Store is crowded every day with people who
desire to reap the benefits of Leopold Mayer's
preparations for the trade of the present sea
son. Storeroom in Parke's Hall, Johnstown.
The light of spring was coming fast,
As through our quiet village past '
A youth who bore amid snow and ice
A banner with this good advice,
Go to Huntley's to buy all manner of hard
ware, groceries, &c, &c. It should also be
borne in mind that he keeps the largest stock
of stoves in town.
While in town; reader, we suggest that
you make it a point to visit the store of A.
A. Barker & Son, and examine their immense
stock of goods. Such a complete stock is
rarely found in this section of country. We
advise you to go and see their goods before
buying elsewhere, or yoa may lose a bargain.
Tinware, &c A great variety of
tinware of every description may always be
found at Thos. W. Williams' cheap store.
In the hardware "line may be found every
thing necessary to-complete a well regulated
Hardware store. ... He . also has for sale the
Rustic window shade, the best invention
of the agev . : . ' , , ' : .
Ciieap Store. When in want of a
bargain in dress good s, clothing, boots ev
sioes, don't ferget to call at It. R. Davis,'
wliere a large and el egant assortment of
all kind of goods are always to be found.
Goods sold at city prices for cash.
Worth Considering. It is a fact not
tc be denied that in quantity, quality and
style, V. S. Barker's stock of boots and shoes,
lacies' and misses ' gaiters and polish boots,
children's and infants' boots and shoes, can
cot be surpassed by any house in town.
CKS GOING DOWN!
EDEXSBURG HARDWARE $ HOUSE
1 once more return my sincere thanks to
my old friends and customers for their lib
eral patronage extended towards me, and
now, owing to the great fall in prices, by
which many articles can be sold as cheap as
before the war, and having a thorough knowl
edge of the business and the wants of the
public, I take pleasure in announcing that I
can and will sell goods at a leas figure than
any similar establishment in cltj or country.
My stock will consist in part as follows :
DOOR and CUPBOARD LOCKS, CATCHES,
HOLTS, HINGES, SCREWS,'
WINDOW SPRINGS, SHUTTER HINGES,
WINDOW GLASS, NAILS, PUTTY,
BORING MACHINES, AUGERS, CHISELS,
BRACES and BITS, HATCHETS j
SQUARES, COMPASSES, TRY SQUARES,
BEVELS, POCKET RULES,
JACK, SMOOTHING, and FOR PLANES,
PANEL PLOWS, LEVELS,
.SASII, RAISING, and MATCH PLANES,
PAW SETS, BENCH SCREWS,
CROSS-C JT.T PANEL, RIP, COMPASS, and
GAUGES, OIL STONiT. SCREW DRIVERS
. PLOWS, POINTS, SVELS
FORKS, SCYTHES and SNATHE.?. BAKES,
'. HOES, SPADES, SHEEP SHEA&S
1 IIORfiE tlESrGASBSr C URRV COMls .
M . rrT T3' IT A MFC TVTTrOO
ll4l.ULIUj II AXIL 17,
BUT, TRACK, B RITAS T,JI ALTER, FITn,
TONGUE, and LOGCHAINS,
RIFLES, SnOT GUNS, REVOLVERS, and
PISTOLS, CARTRIDGES, "
POWDER, SHOT, CAPS, LEAD, POUCHES,
POWDER FLASKS, GAME BAGS,
GUN LOCKS, MAIN SPRINGS, PIVOTS, &c.
' LAMPS and OILS, ,
COOKING, PARLOR, 4 HEATING STOVES
TIN and SHEET IRON WARE,
WASHING MACIIIXES, and WRINGERS,
&c, Ac, &c. &c., &c, &c.
Also FLOUR,' TEA, COFFEE, SUGAR, &d
TOBACCO and CIGARS. -
Odd Stove Plates, Grates, and Fire Erich
always on hand to-snit Stoves sold by me. ;
Well and Cistern Pumps and Tubing at man
Spouting made, painted, and pat op, at low
rates. . l - r '
JCy Persons owing roe debts of long stan
ding will confer a favor by calling and paying
up as soon a3 convenient, as it takes a great
deal of money to keep up my stock and pay
expenses, and owing to the small profits that'
I am making on goods I cannot afford to give
long credit the interest woul 3 soon cat up
the profits. GEO. UCNTLEY.
Ebensburg, Aug. 13, 18CS.
Ho 1 every one that wants Pictures,
come ye to Ebensburg and get them 1
Having located in Lbensburg, I would very
respectfully inform the people that I am now
fully prepared to take
in every style of the art, from the smallest
Car't Picture up to Life Size. ;
gPictures taken in any weather. t3S
Every attention given to the taking of
Photographs painted in Oil, India Ink, or
Your attention is called to mv
FRAMES fob LARGE PICTURES,
which I will sell as cheap a3 the cheapest.
I ask comparison, and defy competion.
Thankful for pa3t favors, I solicit a con
tinuance of tbe same.
Gallery on Julian street, three doors
north of the Town Hall.
augl3 T. T. SPENCE, Photograper .
Whereas James A. O'Brian has this
day made a deed of voluntary assignment of
all his estate to the undersigned.- Notice is
hereby given to all persons indebted to said
O'Brian to make payment, and those having
claims against him to present them properly
authenticated. A. D. CHRISTE,
Assignee of James O'Brian.
Munter, Nov. 5. 186S.3t
COAL! COAL! COAL I
The subscriber is now carrying on the
Colliery of Wm. Tiley, Sr., at Lily Station,
on the Pennsylvania Railroad, Cambria coun
ty, and will be glad to fill all orders, to any
amount, of citizens of Ebensburg and vicin
ity. Satisfaction as to quality of Coal guar
antied in all cases. WM. TILEY. Jr.
Hemlock P. O., Aug. 13, 18C3.
CHEAP GROCERY STOR&!
. CHEAP GROCERY
THE LARGEST, CHEAPEST, BEST
THE LARGEST, CHEAPEST,
GENERAL STOCK OF GROCERIES
GENERAL STOCK OF - '
EVER BROUGHT TO EBENSBURG
EVER BROUGHT TO
JUST RECEIVED AND FOR SALE
JUST RECEIVED AND .
. FOR SALE
M. L. OATMAN'S GROCERY STORE,
M. L. OATMAN'S GROCERY
HIGH STREET, EBENSBURG, PA.
HIGH STREET, EBENSBURG,
EVERYTHING SOLD CHEAPER
.. . EVERYTHING SOLD
THAN ELSEWHERE IN
IN TOWN 1
CALL AND SEE! CALL AND SEE!
CALL AND SEE! CALL AND SEE !
CALL AND SEE I au!3
We-are constantly purchasing for
cash in the New York and Boston Markets
all kinds of
DRY AND FANCY GOODS, SILKS, COT
TONS, BOOTS AND SHOES, WATCH
ES, SEWING MACHINES, CUT
LERY, DRESS GOODS, DOMES
TIC GOODS, Ac, &c.
Which we are actually selling at an average
price of Onb Dollar for each article. Our
sales being strictly for cash, and our trade
much larger than that of any other similar
concern, enables U3 to give better bargains
than can be obtained of any other house.
Are specially invited to give us a trial. Send
for a Circular and Exciiangk List.
Our club system of selling is as follows :
For $2 we send 20 patent pen fountains and
checks describing 20 different articles to be
sold for a dollar each ; 40 for $4 ; CO for $0;
10J for $10, ttc. Sent by mail. Commissions
larger lhan those offered by any other firm, ac
cording to size of club. Single fountain and
check, 1C cts. Male and female agents want
ed. Send money in Registered Letters.
Send us a trial club, and j-ou will acknowl
edge that you cannot afford to buy goods of
any other house thereafter.
EASTMAN & KENDALL,
Co Hanover St., Boston, Mass.
f S. BARKER,
y Dealer in
CLOTHi'G, DRY GOODS,
BOOTS and SHOES, '
- 11 ATS, CAPS, &c.'
High-st ; Ebensburg, Pa,
CANNED FRUIT, of all Hods at
V. S. BARKER'S, Ebensburg, Ta.
LARGE STOCK OF SUMMER
Goods at reduced prices at V. S. B.'s.
NEW STOCK of CLOTHING VERY
cheap at V. S. BARKER'S Ebensburg.
FRUIT CANS NEW STYLE at V.
S. BARKER'S, Ebensburg, Pa.
BOOTS AND SHOES CHEAP AT
V. S. BARKER'S, Ebensburg, Pa.
ALL PAPERS ALL STYLES
at V. S. BARKER'S, Ebensburg, Pa.
EW STOCK OF SUGARS FOR
canning fruit at V. S. BARKER'S.
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR
Butter, Eggs, Wool, and all Country
Produce at V. S. BARKER'S, F.beLsburg.
LILY WHITE LEAD LINSEED
Oil, Warranted pure, at V. S. Barker's,
NAILS ALL SIZES, CHEAPEST
in town, at V. S. Barker's, Ebensburg.
YS. B A R K D R ,
BARRELS, KEGS, TUBS,
MEAT-STANDS, CHURNS, Ac.
ang!3. Ebessbcku, I'x.
HOOFLANDS GERMAN BITTERS
AND ' :
: "HOOFLAND'S GERMAN TONIC,
The Great Joined ic3; fur-all Diseases of th
Liver, Stomach or Digestive Organs.-
HOOFLAND?S GERMAN BITTERS
Is composed of the pure juices (or, as they
are medicinally termed. Extracts) of Roots,
ilerbs,:and Barks, K-fj making a prepara
tion, highly concentrated, and entirely free
from alcoholic admixture of any kind.
UOOFLAND'S GERMAN TOXIC
13 a combination of al! the ingredients of
the Bitters, with the purest quality of Santa
Oruz Rum, Orange, &c, making one of the
most pleasant, agreeable remedies ever of
fered to the public.
Those preferring a Medicine free from- Al
coholic admixture, will use ;
1IOOFLANIVS GERMAN BITTER.
, Those who hare no objection to the com
bination of the Bitters, us stated, will use
IIOOFLAND'S GE KM AN TONIC.
They are both equally good, and contain
the same medicinal virtues, the chbice be
tween the two being a mere matter of taste,
the Tonic being the most palatuble.
Tho Stomach, from a variety of caused,
such as Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Nervous De
bility, etc., is very pt to have its functions
deranged. The Liver, sympathizing as close
ly as it does with the Stomach then be
comes affected", the result of which is
that the patient suffers from several or more
of the following diseases:
Constipation, Flatulence, Inward Piles.
Fulness of Blood to the Head, Acidity o( the
Stomach, Nausea, Heartburn, Disgust for
Food, -Fullness or Weight in the Stomach,
Sour Eructations, Sinking or fluttering at
the pit of the Stomach, Swimming of vhe
nead, Hurried or Difficult Breatbiner, Flut
tering at the Heart, Choking or Suffocating
Sensations when in a lj ing posture, Dimness
of vision, Dots or webs before the sight, dull
pain in the Head, Deficiency of Perspiration,
Yellowness of the Skin and Eyes, Pain in the
Side, Back, Chest, Limbs, etc., Sudden Flush
es ff Heat, Burning in the Flesh, Constant
Imagin!ngs of Evil, and great depression of
The sufferer from these diseases s'hould'
exercise the greatest caution in the selection
of a remedy for his case, purchasing only
that which he-is assured front his investiga
tions and inquiries, possesses true mer
it, skilfully compounded, is free from injuri
ous ingredient, and established for itself a
reputation for the cure of these diseases. In
this connection we would submit those well
known remedies Jloofland's German DitUrtr
and Jloofland's German Torn:, prepared by
DR. C. M. JACKSON, PHILADELPHIA, PA.
Thirty-live years since they were first in
troduced into this country from Germany,
during which time they have undoubtedly
performed more cures, and benefitted suffer
ing humanity to a greater extent, than any
other remedies known to the public.
These remedies will effectually cure Livef
Complaint, Jaundice, Dyspepsia, Chronic or
Nervous Debility, Chronic Diarrhoea,
Disease of the Kidneys, and all diseases aris
ing from a disordered Liver, Stomach or In
testines. DEBILITY RESULTING FROM ANY CAUSE
whatever ; Prostration of the System, m
dsced by Severe Labor, Hardships,.
Exposure, Fever, &c.
There is no medicine extant equal to these
remedies in such cases. A tone and vigor
is imparted to the whole system, the appe
tite is strengthened, food is enjoyed, tho
stomach digests properly, the blood is puri
fied, the complexion becomes sound and
healthy, the yellow tinge is eradicated from
the eye3, a bloom is given to the cheeks, and
-the weak and nervous-iuvalid becomes a
strong and healthy being.
PERSONS ADVANCED IN LIFE,
And feeling-the hand of fime weighing heav
ily upon thenij with all its attendant ill?,
will "find" in "die use of this Bitters, or the
Topic, fiMHeOrir that will instil new life into
vi.'ir. veins, ri6tor.e..in p. measure the epergv
and ar3or of hiore youthful days,, build up
their shrunken forms, and give health and
happiness; to their remaining years.
, NOTICE! .
It i3 a well established fact that fully one
half of the female portion of our population
aie seldom in the. enjoyment of good health,
or, to use their own T expression, ''never
feel well." They are languid, devoid of aU
energy, extremely nervous, and have no ap
To this class of persani the Bitters, or the
Tonic, is especially recommended.
, WEAK AND DELICATE CHILDREN '
Are made strong by tbe use of-fither of
these remedies.'- They will cure every cas
Of MARASMUS, without fail... ,
Thousands of certificates have accumula
ted in the hands of the proprietor, but space
will allow of the publication of but a few.
Those, it will be observed, are from men bf
note, and of such standing that they. must
bo believed. .
- TESTIMONIALS; ?
Hon. Geo. W. Woodward, Chief J"stice" of
the Supreme Court of Pa., writes: Philadel
phia, March 16, 1867. "I -find, Hbollaud's
German Bitters ia a A 'good' tonic, useful
in diseases of the digestive organ, and of
great benefit in cases of debility, -and' want
of nervous action in the system." r.
"Yours, truly, Geo. W. Woodward."
Hon. James Thompson, Judge of tho Su
preme Court of Pennsylvania.
Philadeei'iiia, April 23, 1SC6.
'I consider Hooffand's German Bitters a
valuable xaedicine in case of attacks of Indi
gestion of Dyspepsia. I can certify this from
Ly experience of it. Yours, &e,
From' Rev. Joseph Kennard, DD., Pastor
cf the Tenth Baptist Church, Philadelphia.
Dr. Jackson Dear Sir : I have been frequent
ly request.'1 to connect my name, with re
commenuations rf different kinds of medi
cines, but regarding the practice as out of
my appropriate sphere,I have in all cases de
clined ; but with a JT clear proof in vari
ous instances, and particularly ;n my own
family of the use of Dr. Hoofland's German
Bitters, I depart for once from my usual
course, to express my full conviction that,
for general debility of the system, and es
pecially for Liver Complaint, it is a safe and
valuable preparation. In Eorae cases it may
fail ; but usually, I doubt not, it will be very
beueGcial to those who suffer from theabovo
causes. Yours, very respectfullv,
'J. H. KENNARD."
Iloofland's German Remedies are counter
feited. See that the signature of C. M
JACKSON i3 oj the "TPS wrapper of each
bottle. All others are counterfeit.
Principal Ollice, and Manufactory at the
German Medicine Store, No. C3I ARCH-St.,
CHARLES II. EVANS, Proprietor,
Formerly C. M. Jackros Co,
Iloofland's German Bitter?, per bottle, $1 0")
' '4 half dozen, 5 00
Iloofland's German. Tonic, put up in quart
bottles, $1 50 er Lottie, or a half dozea for
Iszf Do not forget to examine well the ar
ticle you buy, in order to pet the g. uuine.
For sale by all Dr't;ts and Storekeeper:-,