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THURSDAY::::::::::::::- ANUARY 14.
Ebensburg and Cresson Railroad
On and after Monday, Dec. 1, 1868, trains
en this road will run as follows: .
At .-3 A. XL, connecting with Day Exp.
Kft3t and Phil. Exp. West.
At 7.13 I. M.; connecting with Pbila. Exp.
East and Mail Train West.
At 9.23 A. M., or on departure of Thil.
At 9.31 P. M., or On departure of Phila.
Memoranda. A freight train ran off
the track of the P. R. II. near Blairsville
intersection, a few "da js since. The loco
motive and several cars were demolished,
and one man was slightly injured.... Adam
Titus killed Henry Stem, near Sliippeus
hurg, a week ago last Wednesday, to ob
tain the sum of $40. The murderer was
arrested and-committed to jail in Carlisle.
...The Westmoreland coal miners are on a
strike for higher wages A ghost is re
ported to Lave lately been seen in Snyder
was as large
calf, resembled a dog as to its body, had
cars that reached to the ground, vralkcd
on its hind legs, and blew fire out of its
mouth The store of Murray Si Belford.
in Altoona, was entered by burglars a few
nights ago and robbed of gocds to the
value of about $300 A party of young
uien lately skated from Lewistown to Mif
flin, on the canal, twelve miles, in one
hour.. ..The Altoona skating rink was
opened on Christmas day...AVm. Carter,
jr., a brakemun on the 1'. It. R-, was run
over by the cars and killed at Gap station
a few days ago. lie had beeu a soldier,
and participated in thirty-eight battles
and fifty-two skirmishes.. ..At a firemen's
fair held in Altoona during the holidays,
a cigar presented to a citizen of that city
by Gen. Grant was raffled off and netted
the sum of $1 12.75... .The Johnstown Tri
bune has been enlarged. ...On the night of
the 31st of December, a young man in
Westmoreland county engaged in the
o!d-tiine amusement of ''shooting off the
ilJ year," but accidentally shot offa thumb
and finger of his own haud....Wui. Curtis,
W. G. S. of the II. W. Grand Lodge I.
). 0. F. of Pennsvlvauia died suddeulv,
i.i Philadelphia, on the 2Sth ult...".Our
fuu l Mr. Dick Humphrey, formerly of
E'-t-iiourg but now of Johnstown, was in
ty.va this week, and called" to see us....
c i lys, while carelessly handling a
iJ.! revolver at Carpenter's station,
f:ii:oreland county, accidentally dis
(.'urgjd the weapon, instantly killing one
'iiho party.. ..Two Nimreds from Indiana
r unty went to Clearfield county lately
succeeded in killing thirteen deer and
an American panther.. ..Win. W. Hayes,
i'j., the new IlepuLIieuu Mujor of llur-
rburg. was inaugurated or. Monday last.
...New advertisements to-day.... A foot of
:-iK'v oa the ground.
A Neighborly Word. The editor of
the- IWcmtn devotes several paragraphs
n hi.- last paper to the task of demonstra
t.::u'to us that he is n punster. We agree
ta:;t he says a good many things which by
'jUiiaoa consent are denominated puns ;
t"it vi'.-:n he comes to icritc these self-same
C'.:it.-:ti.ris tf the English lanuuaire, their
r!r, like that of Pike's Peak, is loet in
'"i- :.-.il obscurity-. The Vicar of
atQ-.M (.hftorves that ;-the iokes of th
x '-rc- always successful." Rut the Vicar
' i v."jur- L-. exclusive reference to crtd
.-eovly imitators around ready
-h Vi heu written, and cspecial-
' -.,t:d to the public through
- ' f a newsj-aper, the jokes of
' o;ten laaicntablc failures.
l.iid it . r:d-.rs uf the IWc-
t'-'1 r:e;i t;
rip.:at th.at we tcknowhdge the
y ef our ncighhc4 t i utter a li
punch and hand-rub
1 a ftir
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w of j.;
only a degree
or two ibove mc-
A V. M.TLe inters of the Grand
' t Mi'xmsof Pennsylvania were in
i'.t their respective positions at
' Philadelphia on 3Ionday of
v, k. They are as follows : R. W.
r, Richard Vaux ; R. W. Dept.
r. It. A. Lambcrton ; R. W. S.
'T Samuel C. Perkins; R. W.J.
' i. Aiirva li. l'otter ; li. . G-
u ;-: ivtor VillilQxson ; R. W. G.
r rUry. John Thomson. Wm. W. Rarr,
t'Ul-ioi. U 1). T) (1 AT fr.r r.Ur'ir.n
ria and Armstrong counties.
'ECTio.Nr.p.v. We direct the at
ut'0Q of the reader to the advertisement
A. n v. n ii
y. mailer, puoiished elsewhere in
.;-r. It will be seen from a glance
tiumorous articles advertised, that
tin '1 'd moJ&1 confuCtoncrj cstahlish
ict'!"d.a tip"top restaura"t. We ad
j4trr?p1U 'lUCSt of Sod tlieaP candies,
Jl ;U:f:,r a etc oysters, to give
4 - vu.ii. (.f, ,.v , .
Died In Ebensburr, on ;Thurday. mor
ning:, January 7th, 18C9, Mrs. Amelia, wife of
J. Alex. Moore, Esq., and only daughter of
Maj. John Thompson, in the 31st year cf her
The deceased during her brief illness
was a great sufferer. , Recourse was had
to every expedient that the skillful and
faithful physician could devise to avert the
evil that would bring darkness and sorrow
upon her pleasant and happy home. But
all in vain. Slowly, but certainly, the in
sidious malady crept on. Slowly, but cer
tainly, its secret poison mixed itself with
all the streams of life. Slowly, but cer
tainly, did the vigor of a once sound con
stitution and a healthy body yield to its
advances. Like the shadow on the dial,
the death-clond slowly passed before her
she saw its progress and felt that soon the
hour-mark of her dissolution must be
reached. "Her sun went down while it J
was yet day' But she knew in whom she
had believed, and that at His cross death
was divested of nis sting.
Thus she died,
;the testimony (if
is she died, in the commun
ion of the church in the confidence and
the r.ssurance of faith ; in favor with Gcd
and in charity with the world. B. M. K.
TllANi: Yoc ! Oa Monday, Mr. Hen
ry Jacob, of Loretto, made his appearance
in our f-anctum, and, ai'tcra few appropri
ate remarks, drpc.-dfed upon cur taMe a
box cf excellent cigar?, which he told us
to consider our own private property.
ip a manufacturer of cigars, at L'
retto, and mak-s ijuotJ cigars. Our deal
ers in that article cannot do better t?an
palrou-ze Liar. Thank you again, kind
friend, and may your shadow never grow
Tiik Concert. The Mountaineer B.
B. concert came off on Tuesday evening,
and was a fcuccess in every respect. The
attendance was very Hrge, and the music
superb. By a unanimous vote of those
present, the choir was requested to repeat
the entertainment at seme future day,
with which wish we sincerely hope it may
see fit to comply.
New Invention. Mr. Wm. Leigh ty,
of this place, has obtair;ed letters patent
from the United States for a new washir.":
machine. Wc have cot seen the machine,
but arc informed that it is claimed for it
hat it is Ly far the best yet invcutcd.
We trust he may meet with abundant
success in selliug it.
Chance. Mr. Thomas 13. Moore, for
nearly two years past Burgess of. Ebens
burg, has removed to Pittsburg, with his
family, to reside. The oiSee of Burgees
being thereby rendereei vacant, John Fen
Ion, Esq., was appointed to the position
for the unexpired term.
Stolen. One duy last week, a pauper
absconded frem our County Poor House,
carrying with him goods to the value cf
about $30. lie was followed and captured
in S'jmerret county, but the goods were
Died At the re.-idence o! her father,
in Ailpghany townhip, on Saturday, 0th
instant, Mias Mary Burk, cged about 20
Loretto, Jan. 0, ISU'J.
To the Editors of The Altfjaiiinn :
The weather here has Leeu tni!J and fleas
Hat diiiii;g the last fe;v d:yt, reminding ns
to forcibly cf 'gtnilc frring"' that we almcit
fancy we should Le raa-blin through the
woods, listening to the merry songs of the
birds, and enjoying the gentle zephyrs waft
ed through the budding Loughs. The e!e
pr.nt sleighing we enjoyed for tbe last month
has melted away, aud the ttrectJ are covered
with mu l.
News is scarce, an 1 nothing is do'r.j with
us ; and to in order to 11 up a Itttcr I will
have to t:tkc up a subject which Is ;uite
popu'ar jjitnow with correspondents, and
ercu with traveling editors under assumed
i:':ucji, though iv subject perhaps that will
not be of much interest to mary of jour
readers, as likely they sire not muudi interes
ted in tbe welfare of
Yet we feel that we hate a town here, and
one that, though it may be somewhat lil'pu
tian in size aad obscure a3 to location, still,
from its ancieut origin and the determination
it La3 ahv&ys manifested to at least hold its
own if it caDnaot expand, deserves a certain
aruouut of notice.. Unlike you, we have not
the convenience of a railroad, but can boast
of larger and better schools, more hotels,
and r 3 many stores. I shall f.rst speak of
the schools, and will here introduce
.St. Fuaxcjs Colm-uk. , -j
which is a large brick building, situate on
the south side of the town. It is three sto
ries high,' and will be, when finished, 320 ft.
in front, and 120 ft. back. Here there are
young men from nearly every State in tbe
Union, numbering altogether, about- 120
scholars. It is in charge cf tbe Franciscan
Brothers, and is, I believe, admitted to
be one of the best schools in tbe country.
St. A lots i U3 Sr.MixAEY, ;
for ycung ladies. This, too, is a large and
very handsome brick building, four, stories
high, 1C0 ft. in front, and 101 ft. back, and
is located on an elevated piece of ground at
the eastern end of town ,and will accommo
date about two hundred scholar's'. ; This
school is conducted by the Sisters of Mercy,
and since the destruction of 'St.- Xavisr's, at
Latrobe, is the mother institution of the kind
in the State. , Then we have, standing proud
ly between the Seminary and the town, ...
St. Maet's Cuer-Cff, ; ' ,
the largest building of the Kind in 'central
Pa. And directly in front of the church i3
erected a large monument over the remains
of - - " I : .
Rev. B. A. Galitsix,
a ''noble Russian Prince," who sacrificed
wealth, pomp and pride, and embraced, pov
erty, that he might worship God in obedience
to the dictates of his conscience. He came
here when this ws all a wilderness, and
gathered around him some friends, aud loca
ted this town.
Altogether,. we feel that ours is no' mean
hamlet, but one that deserves some respect,
and is destined to be more than an obscure
little village. - .Aeons.
Supposed Elopement. A hignly re
spectable family of a neighboring vilUge WB
overwhelmed with sorrow one day lajt week,
by the su-ldcn nod mytterioas (Usuppearance
ct'tbeir beautiful a.nd'accomplhhed daughter.
Rumor said the had eloped with one cl her
numerous admircis. The di?tressed parents,
as may well be supposed, made immediate
search for the missing one horsemen were
sent in every direction, telegrams were dis
patched, but ail in vain. No news, aud the
fond one was given up as lost, when all at
once, the doting mother bethought her of the
bargains to be had at V.iS. Barker's -cheap
store, and oirshe went'ind to her great joy
found her daughter saving money by pur
chasing at this store.
iMl OltTANT TO ALE. It is qv.itcv nat
ural for us all, when in want of the commo
dities cpd wares which are essential to cur
comtort and convenience in life, to cast pur
e es around to find where those uecessaiies
can be obtained to the Lest advantage. In
order to effect this, cheapness is not the only
ol ject to be attained, neither is quality, with
out cheapness : but, -when we can dad the
place where both of those propertios are com
bined, it is reasonable, and sen-ible too, that
there we invest our money. We have many
business houses in Ebensburg possessing
claims to., public favor, but none, that.-can
claku more than ounenterprising groceryrnan
11. L. Oa man, whp is selling wpaderfoilly
low. - i
Mam mot ii Store. While in Johns
town, a day or two since, we dropped in at
th2 stcre of L. Mayer, nnd we were truly sur
prised at seeing the immense array of beauti
ful dress goods which he is oaring to the
public at such extremely low prices. Mr.
Mayer is a live, wide-awnke business man,
constantly studying the want3 of his numer
ous customers. He has succeeded in build
ing up an extensive trade, from the fact' that
he sells the best of good3 cheaper than the
cheapest. Those in v. ant of cheap goods
will do well to call at this store where they
will be waited upon by accommodating and
Save Your Monet. Quick There
is a pood deal of alarm felt on account of the
probability that the Supreme court will pro-
.1 lrr T t . . . " . rr
nounce me Jeg.ii iciiuer.iti uuconeiiiuvion
ah. The result of this it is supposed will be
to make gold the sta ndard of value in the
payment of all debt.' ; in which case green
backs wilT be subject o a Leavy discount.
F.ut. be this ns it nny, A. A. Barker tz Son
will continue to sell their entire stock of
goods for greenbacks. Savti your money by
laying iu a stock of goods.
Bakgains. A rare opportunity to se
cure bargains i3 now ofTered at Geo. Hunt
ley's Hardware, Tinware nnd Stove Hepot.
The especial attention of the reader is called
to his large and varied assortment of stoves
coal or wood office, parlor or kitchen
which will be sold at :i great sacrifice. These
stoves arc m mufictured ; from a superior
quality of metal, and of every desirable de
sign. We ndvise one an'l ail in need of a
stove or Anything in his line to give him a
call before going elscwhe:e.
Have You? Reader, have you yet
visited T. W. Williams' new store ro-.m, im
mediately opposite the Cumbria JIoue ? If
not, yen should go at once und buy a bill cf
tinwiiie, now bfin;r soli so cheap. Having
recently relieved his stoclc of goods to his
n.'w room, he is now r.mply prepared to wait
upon any nu.l :t!l who may f.ivor him with a
:il!. Tom is a clever itnd mi acccma:od.,ti:i"
b'.iiinc-ss ma:;. Futre-n:ze bin;.
VrATCin:.". Clocks, Jr.-,rn.uy. S:c.
Any of our renders desiring anything i:i the
v:y cf Watche?, Clocks. Jewelry, Ac' , should
-iit ence mil upon ('. T. Roberta, on Iligh-st.,
whrre they will f.n.la l?.ri;e si leetioa of thoe
cr'.iclcs. Bci'dcs t!u. e articles, there will
f ho fuut.d an elegant f.r?ortn'e nt cf ladies
.1 r d gents' Gold and Silver Chain4--, r.ren.it
pins, finger itir;gs, Alsct a goo.l selec
tion t-f .p-ctncli'?, nil cf which will be soli
at great b.irg-was.
It Mut ef. Tele. We Iiav
he.'.rl it remarked, by persons who ought to
kt.o.v and of ccurre it must Le true that
the cheapest nud best place in Johns'.own at
which to buy ready made clothing, is at Le
opold & Bro.'a enipoiiiim cf fashion. Give
them a cull and asccrtaia tho. truth of this
Beau in iiiind that the place to buy
flannels and muslins t the clearest rate, is
it the store oflt. R.Davis, near the diamond.
His supply is ample and bargains can be had
by calling. Ilis cloths una satfinets, carpet3
and oil-cloths, boot3 and shoes, gums and
sandals, are offered unusually low. ,G6 see
N THE DISTRICT COURT or THE
UNITED STATES," for the Western" Lis-i
trict of Pennsylvania. GEORGE W. KERBY,
a Bankrupt under the Act cf Congress of
March 2d, 1867, having applied for. h Dis
charge It cm all his debts, and other claims
provable under said Ax;t, ,b- order-oC-the
Court, notice is hereby given, to all creditors
who have proved their debts, and other per
sons interested, to appear on the 1st day of
February, 18G9, at 10 o'clock, n. m., before
John Brotherline, Eq., - Register in Bank
rnptcy, at his ofiice in Hollidaysburg, Pa., to
show cause, if any they have, why a di?chargre
should not be granted to the said Bankrupt.
S. C. McCANDLESS,
Clerk of U. S. District Court for sai l Dis
trict. ' " U.an l5-2t.
T AT I ON A L SOAP AND CANDLE
- JIEXK Y SCIIXA BL F,
V"holesale dealer in Soap, Candles, Groce
ries. Liquors and Fish, at cxty price,
augl3 Mais sr., J01INSTOWN, PA.
H O h.li&AL K .A N d jlH T AIL
- .CONFECTIONERY!. , 1' '
17ST X1 CAMBRIA HO USE,
;;;ESEBURG, FA: -
-1. 'LT: : FALLER, ' Proprietor.
The f?ubscriber desires to call the attentioh
of the citizens of E-benstburg and- vicinity, and
the trade generally, to his
LARGE AN0 "EXTENSIVE STOCK OF
" " CONFECTIONERY ! ' " j
..... ....... (
embracing every variety ef caadies manfjc
, tured, suth as . . t
GUM DROPS,. t ..
STICK. CANDIES, . '
' . . LOZENGES, &(J.', SiC.
together with an extensive t stock of fruits,
"Each as : ' ' " :
i CARTOON FIGS, . :
MALTA DATES, '
All of the above goods wil be sold at
r G R EAT B AUG A INS !
SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS WILL BE
given to the trade, and a trial will . '
! satisfy any and all that my goods ara of the
. - Dst quality aud at orices that -" ;
D EFY .COM. PETITION !
The. attention of the public i3 called to the
fact that in connection ,with lay confection
ery is a Crst-clas3
t R E S T A U 11 A X T 1 :
where will be served at all houra j
" ' OYSTERS, ":-tewed or fried, "
HOT COFFEE, :
DRIED BEEF, iC, &C.
FRESH FISH bscsived EVERY THURSDAY
CALL AND EXAMINE GOODS BE
FORE GOING' ELSEWHERE.
ffS" I hope by fair dealing aad strict at
tention to business to merit the patronage
l-k4 the public - - - -- : f :
J.m. 7, 18 03.- . - - - j A. II.-. FALLER.
HEAP GROCERY STORE!
STORE ! ' ' ;
THE LARGEST, CHEAPEST, BEST
THE LARGEST, CHEAPEST, "
GENERAL STOCK OF GRUCERIE.--3
G EN i:RA L STOCK OF
EVER BROUGHT TO ERENSBURG
EVER I: HO UG ITT TO
JUST RECEIVED AND FOR SALE
JUST RECEIVED AND
. FOR SALE
A. L. OATMAK'S GROCEKY STORE,
M. L- OATMAN S GEOCLfi Y
high stre!:t. ebensburg, pa.
HIGH STRF-ET, KBENS LURC,
EVERYTHING SOLD CHEAPER
CHE i PER
THAN ELSEWHERE IN TOWN!
. THAN ELSEWHERE ,
IN TOWN !
CALL AND SEE! CALL AND SEE I
CALL AND SEE ! CALL ATD SEE !
: CALL AND SEE ! ; aul3
A UDITOR'S NOTICE. . . " , ;
xA. Jacob Fronheiier, vs. Isaac. C. Singer.
In the Court' of Common Plea3-of Cambria
county, No. 15 L'ecember Term, 18G8: 7-7. Fa.
(3 November, 1 80S, property sold for i$300. 10
Derember, 1 6'J3, Deed acknowledged. And
now, 14th December, 18G3, on motion of Sam
uel Singleton,. George W.' Oatman, Esq.,
appointed to report elistribution of proceec's
ofSherifFs sale. From the Record, certified
14 ,Deeember; 18f,8. J. K, Hitx, Pro'y.
IJwiH sit in vr.r of!!ce in Ebensljurg. on FRI
DAY, the 1 5th "day of JANUARY; :i800)t 2
o'clock,' p.-'m-'lor he 'purpose of attending
to the dnt!e3 of the above Appointment, when
and where -all parties interested must attend
or be debarred from coming in for a share of
the fundi 1 - GEO. W. OATMAN. Aud.
Dec. 2-4,-1 8C83t.-" ; ' :
E STRAY. - ' ,
Came to the residence of the snhscriber,
residing in Clearfield township, Cambria co.,
about the.- last tf Septtmoer; 1CC8, a red
CO W, with large horns, tuppeed to be about
twclre year; old. The owner is requested to
come forward, prove property, pay charges ,'
and take her nwny, r otherwise she will be
di;pofcd of according to law.
. ' . ; NANCY KR1SE, Ex'x. .
... - ' r .: ., of Valentine Iviise, dee'd.
Doc. 24, 1868. ?t. . . ; '
p 'RICXSr GO TN G DO W N !
E BEX SIS UR G HARDWARE ".j- HOUSE
' ' IFURXYSHIXG STOR E;
I once more return ray sincere thanks to
my oM friends and customers for their lib
eral patronage extended towards me and
now, owing to the great full in prices, bv
which many'articles can be s.Jld as cheap as
before the war, and havino- a thorough knowl
edge of the bu?iness and the wants cf the
public, I take pleasure ia announcing that I
can and will sell Kds at a less fl-ure than
any similar establishment in city or country.
My stock will consist in part as follows : :
BOOR and CUPBOARD LOCKS, CATCHES,
BOLTS, HINGES, SCREWS,
TVINDOV.- STRINGS, SHUTTER HINGES,
WINDOW GLASS, NAILS, PUTTY, '
CORING .MACHINES,' AUGERS, CHISELS,
BRACES and BITS, HATCHETS,
SQUARES, COMPASSES, TRY SQUARES, j
-BEVELS, POCRET. RULES,
JACK; SMOOTHING," Vno FOR PLANER,
,,. PANEL PLOWS, 'LEVELS,
SASH,: RAISING, aso MATCH rLANES,
SAW SETS, BENCH SCREWS',
CROSS-CUT, PANEL, RIP, COMPASS, axo
GAUGES, OIL STONES, SCREW DRIVERS
PLOWS, POINTS, SHOVELS,
FQRKS, SCYTHES asd SNATHES, RAKES
HOES, SPADES, SHEEP .SHEARS,
HORSE BRUSHES, CARDS, CURRY COMBS,
BELLS, IIAMES, WHIPS,
BUT, TRACE, BREA3T, HALTER , FITII,
TONGUE. as LOG CHAINS, ,
RIFLES, SHOT, GUNS, REVOLVERS, axd
POWDER, SHOT, CAPS, LEAD, POUCHES
POWDER FLASKS, GAME BAGS,
GUN LOCKS, MAIN SPRINGS, PIVOTS, ic.
LAMPS and OILS,
COOKING, PARLOK" HEATING STOVES
- ,;TIN am SHEET IRONWARE, ,; i
WASHING MACHINES, asd "wPJ'nCEELS;
'4c, tc., ic, ic, ic.,-ic.
Also FLOUR, TEA, COFFEE, SUGAR, ic.
TOBACCO a.nd CIGARS.
Odd Stove Plate, Grate, and Fire Erich
always on baud to suit Stoves sold by me.
' Well and Cittern Pumps and Tubinj at man
ufacturers' prices. :
Fp'outinj made, painted, and put r.p, at low
rates. - -
IfSp- Persons owing rre debts of long stan
ding will confer a favcr by calling and paying
up as soon as convenient, as it takes a great
deal of moupy to keep up my stock and pay
expenses, and owing to the small profits that
I am making on goods I cannot all'ord to give
long credit the interest would sooa eat up
the profits. ". GEO. HUNTLEY.
Ebensburg, Aug. 13, I8C5. - -
; lien'er in
CLOTHING. DRY GOODS,'
BOOTS and SHOES,
- HATS, CAPS, &c.
BANNED FRUIT, of all kinds at
KJ V. S. BARKER'S, Ebensburg, Pa.
ARGE . STOCK OF SUMM ER
J Goods at reduced prices at V. S. B.'s.
TRW. STOCK of CLOTHING VERY
1 ohespat V. is. BARKER'S, Ebensburg.
TRUIT CANS NEW STYLE at 'V.;
JL S. B AUKER'i Ebeusburg, Pu,
TOOTS AM) SHOES CHEAP AT
JD V. S. BARKER'S, Ebensburg, Pa.
TTTALL PAPERS ALL .STYLES
IT at V. S. BARKER'S, Ebensburg, Pa.
VfEW - STOCK OP- SUG ARS FOR
LNI canning fruit at V. S. BARKER'S.
IG REST PRICES PAID FOR.
Butter, Eggs, Wool, and all Countrv.
Produce at V. S. BARKER'S, Ebensburg
"' f ' '
"Xilyw Lirxn : .'LE ArLtNSEIID,
-I-i On, Warranted pure, at V. S. Barker's,
TAILS ALISIZES, CHEAPEST
in town, at V. S. Barker's, Ebensburg.
YS. B A R K E R ,
- - - Manuf-irturer tf -
- - BARRELS, ' KEGS. TUBS,
MEAT-STANDS, - CHURNS. Ac.
t angl3.1 EBE.N3BI.-BtJ, 1A.
HOQFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS
. 4 - , - f
IIOOFLAND S GERMAN TONIC,
The Great Remedies for all Diieasea of,the
Liver, Stomach or, JJ 'jestive Organs,
IIOOFLAND S. GERMAN BITTERS
Is: composed of the pure juices (or, rh thev
are medicinally tenrc-L Extracts) of Roots',
Herbs, and Barks, 33. making ft prepara
tion, highly concentrated, -and entirely uca
from alctdiulic admixture cf anv kind.
IIOOFLAND S GERMAN TONIC -
Is a conibio4tioii of all the ingredients .of
the Bitters, with the purest quality of Sdat
I'ruz Ruin, Orange, uc, making one of tho
most )ler.Fant, rgreeallc remedies ever of
fered to the public.
.Those j.relerriug h Medicine free frera Al
coholic admixture, will uo.
- HOOrLAN H'S GERMAN BITTERS'.
Those who have no objection to the com
bination of the Bitter. Ms stnted, will uie
... IIOOFLAND S GERMAN TONIC-
They are both equally good, and contain
he sama jiifcti:tinal,,virines,-.the choice be-tvceii-.ii.e
two being a mc-re matter of taste,
the Tonic being the tnost-pAIatable. '
The sto-.ach, from a, Ts-riety fcf-causes,
such as Indigestion, Dyspepsia, NerTbua De
oii.ty, etc., is very apt ta have- its functions
(U-raned. The LiVor, sympathizing as close
ly as it does.with the Stotaach thea bc
comea alfected,: , the result of whith-is
that the patient suffers from several or more
of the following disenses : . :
Constipation, Flatulence, Inward PileS,
Fulness of Blood to the Dead, Acidity of tha
Stomach, Nausea, Ileartbnrn." DLfgnst- for
Food, Fullness or Weight in the iSieraach,
Sour .ErucfaHocs, Sinking or. flattering at
tbe pit of the .Stomach, Swimming of the
Head, Hurried or ; Difficult Breathing, Flut
tering at the Heart, Choking or Suffocating
Sensations vhen in a 1, ing poEtnre, Dimness
of vision. Dots cr webs befbre Ihe sight,4ull
pain in the. Head, Deficiency of Perspiration,
Yellowness of the Skin and Eyes, Pain in the
Side, Back, Chest, Limbs, etc. Sudden Flash
es of Heat, Burning in the Flesh, Constant
Imaginings of Evil, nud great depression of
S?j ri to. . -; . . ...... . t
The sufferer from these diseases should
exercise the greatest caution in the selection
of a remeJy-for his case.r. purchasing enlv
that which he ia assured from his investiga"
tions and inquiries, C2 possesses troe mer-it,-6kilfuHy
compounded, is fre? -from injuri
ous ingredients, and established for itstlf a
reputation for the cure of these diseasesIn
this connection we would submit those well
known remedies Hoofand't German Bitten,
and Jloojland's Gemutu Tonic, prepared br
DR. O. M. JACKSON, PHILADELPHIA, PA.
;T"birty-fjTe years ince thc.rwfe-fifff6-Introduced
into this conn try .from Germany .
during which time they have umlonbtediy
performed more euros, ami benefitted suffer
ing humanity to a greater extent, than any
other remedies; known to the public.
These remedies will effectually cure Liver
Complaint, Jaundice. Dyspepsia, Chronic or
Nervous Pebil'ty, Chronic Diarrhoea,
Disease of the Kidney?, and all diseases aris
ing from a disordered Liver, Stomach or In
DEBILITY RESULTING FROM ANY CAUSE
whatever; Prostration of the System, iu-
- doced by Severe Labor, Hardships,
Exposure, Fever, &c. :
There is no medicine" extant equal to these
remedies'in such cases. A lone and vigor
13 imparted to the whole system, the appe
tite is strengthened, food" is enjoyed, the
stomach digests properly, the blood is p.nri
Ced, the complexion becomes 6onnd and
healthy, the yeJlow tinge is eradicated from
the eyes, a bloom is given to the. cheek, ' and
the weak and nervou3--invalid become3a
strong and healthy being, '.
TERSONS ADVANCED IN' LIFE, ' -And
feeling the hand of time weighing heav
ily upon themj with all its attendant ill?,
will find in the use of this Bitters, or tho
Tonic, an elixir that will instil new life into
their veins, restore in a measure the energy
and ardor of more yonthffil days, build uj
their shrunken forms, and give health and
happiness to their remaining years.
It is a well established ft that fuliy one
h:lf of the female portion of our population
aie seldom in the enjovmcat of goed health,
cr, t3 use their own 3La expression, ' never
ttel well." Thev aru languid, devoid of a?!
energy, extremely nervous, ar.d have no np
petite. To this chtfs of persons the Bitters, or tho
Tonic, ii especially recommended.
WEAK AND DELICATE CHILDREN '
Are made strong by the ne f either of
the'sc -reinedie.. ' 'l'hcv will cure every' casa
of MARASMUS, without fail.
Thousands of certiticiles have- accumula
te! in the Lards of the proprietor, but space
will allow of the publico.! ion cf but a few.
Those, it will be observed, are from men pf
note, flul of such standing that they must
be be'ievci. :
TESTIMONIALS : -
Ilun. Geo. V.. Woodward, Chief Justice of
the t ut reme Court of Pa., writes : Philadel
phia, Mrjh 1C, 13t7. "I find IlooSan-ls
Ge riiia ii- Bittera is a y good tonic, useful
.1 t'ijcas of the digestive organs, and of
gicat benefit in cases of debility, and want
of nt-rvoui action in the system. -
Yours, truly, Gno. NV. Woodwakc"
Hon. James Thompson, Judge cf the Su
preme Court of Pennsylvania.
; pKiLAnnLriitA, April 2S, 1SG.
"I consider 'Hoofisnd's German Eitter3' a
valuable medicine ia case of attacks of Indi
gestion or Dyspepsia. I can certify this from
my experience of it. Yours, kc.
' "JAMES THOMPSON.'1
From Fev. Joseph Kennard, "D. D., Pastor
cf the Tenth Baptist Church, Philadelphia
Dr. Jackson Dear Sir 1 1 have been frequent
ly requcstsd to connect my name with re-,
commendations ; of different kiwis of medi
cines, but regardfng the practke -a3 oat of
my appropriate sphere. I have in alpcases de
clined ; but with a clear proof .in-various
instances.-nnd .artirularly in my o rvn
fimily cf" tlje use of Dr: Hoofland's Germau
Bitters, 'I depart forpnee" from my- usual
course, to' express my full conviction that,,
for general debility of the syste-m, and es
pecially for Liver Complaint, it is. a safe and
valuable preparation. In'some cases it may
fail ; but usually, I doubt no; ft will be very
"bent ficial to tho-e' whd'snfTer from theabovej
causes. -" 1 '-J Y"our's.svervrcspectfTtllTj il :
. ' ' j.'n. KEf5AliDv"e: f
Hocfliind's German Reftiedi7S- RTe coanter1-feited.--
.See that. the signature? ot. C. M
JACKSON is on the T" wrapper of each
boltle. All others'. are counterfeit. -.7- ?.
Principal Ofiice, nd M nufACtorw. at the
German Medicine S.orr, No; 631 ARCII-St.,
Philadelphia, Pa. . - 7
CHARLES -.jr. i VANS, Proprietor; -,
, - Tormerly C M. Jackkon a Co.
- '."'' PRICES: : .
Hoofland's. German Bitters, per bottle, $1 GtJ
. . ' " half Cozen, 5 0O
IIoofland'3 German- Ten ic, put up in quart
boulus, $1 DO" per boltle, or a' half dozeu for
fjDo not forget to examine troll the ar
ticle you buy, in order to get the genuine. "'
Fos sale by all Druggists andStorckcepers,