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LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
Ebensburg and Cresson Railroad
Oa and after Monday, Dec. 1, 1868, trains
ca thi3 road will run as follows:
At A. M. , connecting witb Day Exp.
East and Phil. Exp. West..
U 7.15 ?. M., connecting with Phila. Exp.
East and Mail Train West.
At 9.25 A. M., or on departure of Thil.
Express West. .
At 9.31 P. M., or on departure of Phila.
Memoranda. Robert Carmon, of
Huntingdon, on Friday week committed
suicide by, shooting.... The working hours
of the employees of the Altoona P. R. R.
bops have been reduced to nine hours,
with a corresponding reduction in wages.
-...See prospectus on the outside of this
paper of that excellent daily, the Pitts
burg Commercial... .Xmvuim Huntingdon
has published an almanac calculated for
that meridian.. ..An Altoona merchant
lately lost his pocket-book, containing S35
and vaiuble papers, while on a railroad
trip to Hollidaysburg....Tvo children liv
ing in Pine Flat, Indiana county, have
their feet warmed by stockings knit and
presented to them by two grandmothers
and four great-grandmothers. They have
also living two grandfathers and two great
grandfathers ... A little daughter of a Mr.
Crawford, of Green township, Indiana
county, was accidentally shot by her broth
er with a pistol several days ago. She is
not expected to recover Governor Geary
i sick. ...An old man named Robert Mc
Cormick, residing between Mechanicsburg
and Armagh, Indiana county, was found
on Monday morning week lying on the
floor of his house with his head cut and
bruised, and in a dying condition. It is
supposed he was assaulted and robbed....
A brakeman named Lawson Spires was
killed on thg P. R. R., near Greensburg,
one day last week.... "Westmoreland county
is infested with mad dogs-..The store of
K. C. Leighty, jn West Newtoa, West
ucrcland county, was robbed of some
money and papers on Tuesday night of
List week. 'I he robber was arrested and
Knt up The monument erected to the
ir.eruory of the soldiers of this State who
l..st their lives in the war with Mexico
viil be dedicated at Ilarrisbiu g on May
-Ctk next Gov. Geary, during 1SGS,
lard'-'Ked 172 persons, convicted of various
ofenscs.... Indiana borough claims a popu
hu'jn of 2,031... .The Altoona Vigilant
.-tii:i lire engine is drawn by two horses
-rth ?555....John lioyles, a car inspec-
:r at Altoona, had his left arm ko badly
a.tshed by a car-wheel passing over it, on
Monday of last week, that recourse to am
u:atio!i was found necessary.. .."We have
received the Tribune Almanac and Politi
fJ Register for IS GO. Every one inter--ttel
in political affairs i-hould have a
-pv. For sale in Kbensburg by C. T.
Egberts The Republicans of Iluiiting-
i a county will submit to a popular vote,
a .larch next, the question of the adop-
-'-ii or the non-adoption of the Crawford
Jlitv RvstPin rf nminnjitmrr nn.lJ,I-ii.c
jir.e 0J1 Fellows of this place and vicini
1 7 mieii.l partaking of a grand banquet in
.iL,r ivd ire-room to-morrow evening...
Hhe name ( f Hon. 1). J. Morrell is meu-
Ofct'l in connection with the Republican
'.,a.i:)a;ir.Q for Governor of the State.
ri Kcmion lust week of the base ball
funcert LclJ on the evening f the 12th
5-it.'inf bud rp-fi.on to cnVioof in u-iv
f ' J " J
an entire success, both as re-
P-rds the reality of the music rendered
attendance. The choir was uu-
- r t-c leadership of Prof Y X.r,
"'1 consisted, besides himself, of the fol
Tini nuiu.rl , . 1 I -w .
- u" "'una -ui&scs iizzie
ar.d Priscilla and Harriet Jones,
'Ws. G. Y. Cor e, A. Y. Jones, and
Kooerts. The Court House was
-Jer tj itS Uftnr.tt oir.i;r 1 foci.
and appreciative audience, and
limbic was satisfactory was made
'"'nt V tho unanimous demand cf those
S::t lllat the concert be repeated at as
- a practicable.
" eaieace to this demand, we under-
:tt "ie choir purpose repeating the
lament :n about two weeks from
' an entirely new programme,
several strictly origiual features,
to -take" with the most fastid-
H critical audience in the land.
j ' Particulars will be given hereafter.
SLative. Uon. Harry "White,
i iiuui i it is riiKTrifr hot i
, aF'Mnttd chairman of the Sntl
rUry General f'nr.;,, a Ut
'ftl . WW, ana a mem-
,., .V0Ul'"ittfccs on Estates and Es
t! Districts, andRetrench-
; helurm. Hon. J0!m iorrpr
i:,,1.0n,'lt3 S IitT"'!ntativc in the
? on li
Common Schools. The directors of
"Wilmore borough are about to build a
school house, having found the old one in
convenient and incommodious. Thi9 is a
step in the right direction, and we hope
they will erect a building which will be
an honor to their young and rapidly grow
A grant of the land upon which the
Carrolltown borough school house stands,
together with a sufficient playground sur
rounding it, was recently made by the
Brothers of the Order of St. Benedict to
the school, district for school purposes.
The lot has since been enclosed by a neat
paling fence. This generous gilt speaks
volumes in praise of the good Brothers of
St. Benedict. Teach. Ad cccale, January .
First Choice. The Indiana Messen
ger eaja that lion. Thomas M. Marshall
was the first choice for U. S. Senator of
Hon. Harry White, State Senator from
this distiict, and adds: "This may ac
cord with the lesires of our party in the
other counties composing this Senatorial
district, but it certainly was not represent
ing the wishes of the party in Indiana
county." We can speak for Cambria
county. Hon. John Scott was our first,
last, and only choice, and a vote by Mr.
White for any other man before the cau
cus commi'tee would certainly not have
been reflecting cvr wishes in the premises.
Married In Altoona, on the 7th in
stant, by the Rev. R. M. Wallace, Mr.
William S. Humes to Miss Maggie Ilile
man, both of that city.
The many friends of the groom up here
unite in the wish that he may not "stop
hort" of perfectest happiness in his new
relation that "happiness that earth ex
On Tuesday, 10th instant, Mr. Henry
Hopple, jr., to Miss Agcr, both of
X. Y. Tribune. We direct attention
to the prospectus on our first page of the
X. Y. Tribune. To say anything in praise
of the Tribune would be considered a work
of supererogation on our part, for it is ac
knowledged on all hands to be the largest,
the best, and the cheapest newspaper in
the laud. Try it for jearand you will
never be without it.
Cambria Co. Fire Insurance Co.
At an election of this company, held on
the 11th ioit., the following Director
were chosen for the ensuing year : J.
Moore, E. Roberts, 1. Crawford, G. M
Reade, A. A. Darker, Jno. Williams, W.
Kittcll, R. II, Tudor, Jno. Lloyd, E. J.
Mill?, R. I. Johnston, and Henry Wal
ters. Aran e'ection of the Eb. & C. R. R.
Co., held on the 11th iort., the following
officers were elected for the enduing year:
President, A. A. Darker; Directors, Ed.
Rcbcrts, Henry Foster, James Myers, Jno.
William?, Geo. J. Rodgers, Ev2n E. Ev
ans, Richard Jones, Thos. Griffith, Abel
L'od, If. J. Lombacrt, Geo. 31. Reade,
and Jas. A. Moore.
1JED InEbensburg, Oil the 14th ill-
ftaut, Mr?. Elizabeth Davis, relict of Mr.
David Davis, aged 09 years.
In Cauibria township, on the 15th in
stant, Mr. David Pugh. aged 45 years.
L OVAL C ORRESPOXDEXCE.
LETTER F BOM JOHXSTOTN NEW P. O. BUILDING
TliK ArPHOACHIXG UOKO. ELECTION DBA-
MATIC ASSCCI4TI0N THE C. I. TO. AND ITS
MEANS OF TRANSPORTATION THE LATEST AND
Johnstown, Jan. 18. 18G9.
To the Editors of The Allcghmian:
Receiving The Alltghanian last w eek reminds
me of the fact tbat we have r new post
office, nnd a nice one it is too, quite an im
provement cn the dingy eight by ten across
the way. It may be well to fctate that the
new Tost Gfiic is fituated just opposite the
eld one on Franklin-st., in a building built
for the purpose by Mr. David Dibcrt. The
second story is occupied by Mr. G. V. Swank,
who is in the Job Printing business exclu
sively, n new enterprise in Johnstown, which
will not fail for want of patronage.
It is not definitely settled whether we will
have a new Post Master or tot. It is hoped
by some that no change will be made.
Coming, a spirited Borough election in
February. There are several influences at
work to secure nominations at the Republican
City Convention. Tbia is a sign of growth
and prosperity; at least your correspondent
remembers years ago when the place was at
a stand-still, nobody wisred to be Burgess,
or member of Council. An honest, economi
cal city government is just as necessary as a
National one, and it is good to see the citi
zens take an interest in the matter.
The Cambria dramatic Alliance," a sister
borough company "done" the "Lady of Ly-
IIalL Tbe is fln aPPallingly heavy one,
j - " " tuiuu
we understand that the Carubri
equal to it.
The Cambria Iron Co. rrcently purchased
three locomotives for use on their cordon of
railroads. Previously the Company had three
in use. Just thiuk of the transportation bus
iness icjuiring six locomotives, besides au
army of wagons and carts.
The fcensation in town. at. present, is a
young man named Felton, who, it is said, in-
herit3 by a grandfather's will the greater
portion of Cambria Citj. The people of said
city who have bought property from other
parties, purporting to be Lona fide owners, are
ia a tremendous flutter, and the result,, it is
presumed, will be a fat job for the lawyers.
Yours, Ac, Damos.
Cactiox ! All persons are hereby notified
that M. L. Oatman, of Ebensburg. is the sole
owner of the right to manufacture and sell
"Bentley's Non-Explosive Metropolitan Oil"
in Cambria county. Any person or persons
manufacturing or selling said oil, or any im
itation of it, in said county, without first ob
taining authority from him, are tresspassing
upon his right, and will bo proceeded against
by due course of law. It is thought that
parties in the south of the county, and pos
sibly elsewhere, are making and selling imi
tations of the oil. If so, they are cautioned
to beware, for Mr. Oatman is fully determined
to maintain his right.
3 Johnstown Tribune and Democrat
please copy and send bill to this ofiice.
A Fit. Xot a little excitement was
created one day last week by a report that a
stranger had taken a fit on Cntrs-st. An
anxious and excited crowd made their way
to the scene at Jno. O. Evans' shop, and true
enough, the stranger hud a fit of those
elegant fine boot3 now bein made at this
shop. A large stock of ladies' shoes on hand
and for sale cheap.
A Time. The good book tells us that
there is an appropriate tijae for all things,
a time to latigh and a time to weep, a time to
eat ahu a time to fast, a time to ni.ike merry
and a time to be sad, and we may add truth
fully that there is a time 8nd a place to buy
good, durable cheap clothing. The time is
now when they are offered at reasonable
prices, aDd the place at V. S. Barker's.
SewIng Machines. C. T. Roberts is
agent in this place for the Singer Sewing Ma
chine, superior it is claimed over all othirs.
It presents inducements and merits for pat
ronage over all others manufactured, and
should occupy a place in every household.
It is adapted to all kinds of work, from the
heaviest to the lightest. Its advantages need
only to be seen to commend it to patronage,.
Velveteen is now the order of the day
for lslic3' street dresses. It has almost en
tirely superseded poplin. We havn't s.'en a
dress of moire antique on the promenade- for
many a day. Velveteen, like everything else,
is of various qualities, and can be bought nt
the New York Dry Goods Store oi L. Mayer,
Johnstown. Prices moderate.
More Goods. In order to make room
for new purchases, A. A. Barker & Son now
offer their customers much' better bargains
than they could have obtained earlier in the
season. Their cloths, flannels, muslins,
prints, &c, are not surpassed either in quan
tity, quality or cheapness, by any store in
Responsible Agents Wanted. To
dispose of guaiantees for the sal3 of Landed
and other valuable property in differnt part3
of the United States. rrout3 very libera!,
sale3 easily effected, and no logs of time from
other business. Address J. T. MILLER k
CO., Box 4, P. O. Port Deposit, Md.
Great Bargains. Tremendous stock
new lot of goods to be sold very cheap
bargains in h irdware bargains in tinware
bargains in cutlery bargains in every-
thing at the cheap store of T. W. Williams.
Koom west of the Mountain House.
Kvery Day. Every day brincrs some
thing new and useful at the mammoth store
of Geo. Huntley, lligh-st. 1 1 is stock of hard
ware u the larsrest bv odda in ih rmmir
and his prices as cheap as the cheapest. A
great reduction in the price of stoves.
A Fact. It. II. Davis has the greatest
variety of all kinds of goods ir. towu, which
he is selling at prices that defy competition.
a large assortment ot ladies shawls at
greatly reduced prices. Call and be con
vinced before purcLnsiuz elsewhere.
O. II. C. S.-Oak Hall Clothing Store.
Main-st., Johnstown. This establishment
boast3 of stlling goods cheaper than any sim
ilar store in the county, and only asks a trial
to substantiate the assertion. Overcoats re
duced -0 per cent. Great bargains to be had.
Good Cigars. Do you want a good
cignr a mill cigar? M. L. Oatman'3 cheap
store is iLe place to get mem. lie lias a
large stock on hand of every brand ia the
market. Drop in and try them.
otice is hereby gireu that I am the
sole owner of the RIGHT to manufacture and
sell "BENTLEY'S NON-EXPLOSIVE MET
ROPOLITAN OIL" in Cambria county, for
which I nave an assignment of Letters Pat
ent, and th.?t any person or per.-ous manu
facturing or selling it, or any imitation of it,
by whatever name tt viay be known, without
firit obtaining authority lroni me, will be
proceeded against by due course of law, and
subjected to such penalties and fines a3 are
imposed by law.
The following named persons have pur
chased rights Iroai me, and are authorized
to manufacture uid sell the Metropolitan Oil:
Christian Reich, for Summituille borough
and Washington township ; John Buck, tor
Carrolltown borough and Carroll, Chest and
Susquehanna township. Any other parties
making or selling the Oil, or any imitation
thereof, without producing written authority
from me, are infringing upon my right, and
they and those purchasing from them will be
dealt with according to law.
A,1(r. is. 'CS-tt: M. L. OATMAN:
We haTe purchased from Charles Drls
kell one black horse, and one sorre! marp,
with their harnes-, and have loaued them to
the said Charles Dri.-kell. All persoc3 are
hereby cautioned against interfering with
Ihem. - A. A. BARKER k SON.
"WHOLESALE and RETAIL
TV EST EXD CAMBRIA HOUSE,
A. II. FALLER, Propr::tcr.
The subscriber desires to call the attention
of the citizens of Ebensburg and vicinity, and
the trade generally, to his
LARGE AND EXTENSIVE STOCK OF
embracing every variety of. candies maufac
tured, such as
fancy c rDj:s,
LOZENGES, &C, &C.
together with an extensive stock of fruits,
"' such as
All of tbe above goods will be sold at
GREAT BARGAINS !
SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS WILL BE
givec to the trade, and a trial will "
satisfy any and all that my goods are of the
b"st quality and at' prices that
The attention of the public is called to the
fact that in connection with my confection
ery is k first-clasa
RES T A UK A XT !
where will be served at all hours
OYSTERS, stewed or fricJ,
DRIED DEEF, &C., AC.
FRESH FISH received EVEltY THURSDAY
CALL AND EXAMINE GOODS BE
FORE GOING ELSEWHERE.
JEST" I hope by fair dealing aud itrict at
tention to business to merit the patronage
of the public. -
Jau. 7, 1869. ' A. IT. FALLER.
HEAP GROCERY STORE!
THE L Alio EST, CHEAPEST, BEST
THE LAKGEST, CHEAPEST,
GENERAL STOCK OF GIUJCEHIES
GENERAL STOCK UF
EVE It BROUGHT TO EBENSBURG
EVER BROUGHT TO
JUST RECEIVED AND FOR SALE
Jl'iT RECEIVED AND
M. L. O ATM AX'S GROCERY STORE,
M. L. OATMAN'8 GROCER V
HIGH STREET, EBENSBURG. PA.
HIGH STKFKT, i EI'i.IiURG ,
EVERYTHING SOLD CHEAPER
IN TOWN I
CALL AND SEE! CALL AND SEE!
CALL AND SEE! CALL AND SEE !
CALL AND SEE ! au!3
Licensed br the United States Government!
GOOD NKWS FOR CONSUMERS
- OF STAPLE AND FANCY GOODS
TBROC6UOUT TH K COL'S TRY.
II A 11 III N G T O N & C O .
Of fifteen rears' standing as Jobbers and Re
tailers of the above goods, in Boston and vi
cinity, have concluded to offer the people of
the whole country the advantages of their
immense importations and agencies for Amer
ican manufactories tLrough the poiiuiar ONE
Our premium list to agents, and Exchange
list for Agents and patrons, are not equaled
by any house in the country.
IJestr. ew i ork and Boston reference given
when required. Send for froe circular.
HARRIN 3TON & CQ., 80 Summer Street,
Boston. Pestofrice Box 384. rdtc.l0-3m
riMIE FARMERS' BOOK.
J 540 beautiful and useful illustration?.
760 octavo pages. Showing just what every
farmer wants to know: llow to moke the
farm pay. Send for circular giving full des
cription. Farmers! Farmers' sons! experi
enced book ngi-uts and otners wanted to take
this book to every farmer in every community.
Business permanent. Pays from $150 to $2u0
per month according to experience and abil
ity. Address ZUULHK, MCURDY k CO.,
Philadelphia, Pa. Cincinnati, ()., Chicago,
111., St. Louis, Mo. Lr,J?- IT-Gm' '
ICES GOING DOWN!
AT TH K
EBENSBURG HARDWARE J
I ouce more return my sincere thanks to
my ol1 friends and customers for their lib
eral patronage extended towards rae, and
now, owing to the great fall in prices, by
which many articles can be s.ild as cheap as
before the war, and having a thorough knowl
edge of the business and the wants of ihe
public, I take pleasure in announcing that I
can and will sell goods at a less figure than
any similar establishment in citj or country.
My stock will consist in part as follows :
DOOR asd CUPBOARD LOCK'S, CATCHES,
BOLTS, HINGES, SCREWS,
WIXDOW STRINGS, SHUTTER IILNGES,
WINDOW GLASS, NAILS, PUTTY,
BORING MACHINES, AUGERS, CHISELS,
BRACES and Bh'3, HATCHETS,
SQUARES, COMPASSES, TRY SQUARES,
BEVELS, TOCKET RULES,
JACK, SMOOTHING, aso FOR PLANES,
PANEL PLOWS, LEVELS,
SASH, RAISING, and MATCH PLANES,
SAW SETS, BENCH SCREWS,
CROSS-CUT, PANEL, RIP, COMPASS, ami
GAUGES, OIL STONES, SCREW DRIVERS
PLOWS, POINTS, SHOVELS,
FORKS, SCI TUES and SNATHES, RAKES
-:OES, SPADES, SHEEP SHEARS,
HORSE BRUSHES, CARDS, CURRYCOMBS,
BELLS, II AMES, WHIPS,
BUT, TRACE, BREAST, HALTER , FITII,
TONGUE, axi LOG CHAINS,
RIFLES, SHOT GUNS, REVOLVERS, a.nd
POWDER, SHOT, CAPSr LEAD, POUCHES,
POWDER FLASKS, GAME BAGS,
GUN LOCKS, MAIN SPRINGS, PIVOTS, tc.
LAMPS and OILS,
COOKING, PARLOR, a HEATING STOVES
. TIN asd SHEET IRON WARE,
WASHING MACHINES, akd WRINGERS,
fcc, c, &c, ic, 4c, Ac.
Also FLOUR, TEA, COFFEE, SUGAR. ic.:
TOBACCO a?:d CIGARS.
Odd Stove n.iiet, Grates, and Pire Brick
always on hand to suit Stoves sold by me.
Will and Cittern Pumps and Tubing at man
Spouting made, painted, and put up, at low
t5f Persons owing me debts of long stan
ding will copter a favor by calling and paying
up a.- soou as convenient, as it takes a great
deal of money to keep up my stock and pay
expenses, aud owing to the small profits tha"t
I am making on goods I cannot aflord to give
long credit the interes would soon eat up
the profits. GEO. HUNTLEY.
Ebensburg, Aug. 13, I8GS.
CLOTHING, DRY GOODS,
BOOTS and SHOES,
HATS, CAl'S, &c.
H'gb-st Ebeutburg, Pa
"1ANNED FRUIT, of all kind at
! V' V. S. BARKER'S. Ebensburg. Pa.
STOCK OF SUMMER
tt reduced prices at V. S. B.'s.
TVTEW STOCK of CLOTHING VERY
jLli . chtcp at V. S. BARKER'S, Ebensburg.
FRUIT CANS NEW STYLE at V
, S. BARKERS, Ebtasburg, Pa.
AND SHOES CHEAP
BARKER'S, Ebensburg, Pa
T7ALL PAPERS ALL STYLES
? Y at V. S. BARKER S, Ebeusburg, Pa.
-TEW STOCK OF
jj c?nninr fruit at V.
SCO US FOR
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR
Butter, Eggs, Wool, nnd all Couctrv
Produce at V. S. BARKER'S, Ebetsur. "
LILY WHITE LEAD LINSEED
Oil, "Warranted pure, ai V. S. Barker's.
Ebensburg, Pa. - '
AT AILS ALL SIZKS
Jcl in town, at V. S. Barker's, Ebensburg. !
T7" S. R A It K E R,
t Manufacturer cf
BARRELS. KEGS. TUBS
MEAT-STANDS, CHURNS. Ac.
angl3. EBENSti-fiG. 1'a.
OOFLAND'S G ERM AX BITTERS
HOOFLANDS GERMAN TONIC,
Tbe Great Remedies for all Diseases of tha
Liier, Stomach or Digestive Organs. -
HOOFLAND S GERMAN SITTERS
13 composed of the pure juices (or, as thev
a-c medicinally terrre 1. Extracts of Roote,
Herbs, and Barks, TJ making a prepara
tion, highly conccntrnted, and entirely ffto
from alcoholic admixture of any kind.
HOOFLANDS GERMAN TONIC.
Is a combination of 1! ihe ingredients pf
tbe Bitters, with the purest quality of Santa.
Cruz Rum, Oraug- , e., making one of tSa
most pleasant, afoT'cab!e remedies ever of
fered to the public.
Those preferring a Medicine free front Al
coholic adkjixture, will u3e
HOOFLANDS GERMAN BITTER'S
Those who hate no objection to the com.
binaiion of the Bitter", as stated, will use
. HOOFLAND S GERMAN TONIC.
They arc both equal'. good, and cnnUm
the same medicinal virtues, the choice be
tween the two being a mere matter cf taste,
the Tonic being the fnost'palatabJe.
The stomach, from a variety of causes,
such as Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Nervous De
bility, etc., is very apt to have its functions
deranged. The Liver, sympathizing as close
ly as it does with the C Stomach then be
comes affected, the result of which is
that the patient suffers from several or n. ore.
of the following diseases : - -
Constipation, Flatulence, Inward Pile?,
Fulness of Blood to the He id, Aciditr of thfe
Stomach, Nausea, Heartburn, Disgust for
Food, Fullness or Weight in the Stomach,
Sour Eructations, Sinking or fluttering at
the pit cf the StoT.inch, Swimming of the
Head, Hurried or DiUcult Breathing, Flut
tering at the Heart, Choking or Suffocating
Sensations rthenin 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 of Heat, Burning in the Flesh, Constant
ImHginings of Evil, and great depression pf
Spi rits. . " ..
The sufferer from these diseases sJiould
exercise the ereatest Caution in the selection
of a remedy for hii case, purchasing only
that which he is assured from his investiga
tions and inquiries. possesses true mer
it, skilfully compounded, is free from injuri
ous ingre iients,. and established for itself a
reputation for the cure of these diseases. Ia
this connection we would submit these well
known remedies IIoolamTs German Bittertt
and Iloofland's German Tone, prepared bv
DR. C. M. JACKSON, PHILADELPHIA,.
Thirty-five years since they were first in
troduced into this country frc.n Germanr,
.during which time they b"nVe Undoubtedly
performed mere cures, and benefitted euffer
ing humarfify to a great:, extent, than any
other remedies known to ihe public.
These remedies wilt effectually c-ire Liver
Complaint, Jaundice, Dyspefia, Chronic or
Nervous Debility, 7 Chronic Diarrhoea,
Disease of the Kidney s, and all diseases aris
ing from a disordered Liver, Stomach or In
testines. DEBILITY RESULTING FROM ANY CAUSE
whatever: Prostration of tbe System, in
duced by Severe Lbor, nardah!p3,
Exposure, Fever, &c.
There is no medicine extant eqnal to these
remedies in such cases." A tone and vigor
is imparted to the whole system, the appe
tite is strengthened, food i3 enjoyed, the.
stomach digests properly, the blood is puri
fied, the complexion becomes sound and
healthy, the yeilow tirqe is eradicated from,
the eye?, a bloom is given to the cheeks, and
the weak and nervous it. valid becomes a
strong and healthy being.
TERSONS ADVANCED IX LIFE,
And feeling the hand of time weighing heiv
ily upon them, with all its attendant ill?,
will find in the use of this Bitters, cr the
Tonic, an elixir that will instil new life into
their veins, restore in a measure the energy
and ardor of more youthful days, build up
their shrunken It rs, and give health and
happiness to their remaining years.
It is a well established fact that fully one
half of the female portion of our population
ate seldom in the enjoyment of good health,"
cr, to use their own "T" f expression, "never
feel well." They are languid, devoid of all
energy, extremely nervous, and have no ap
petite. To this clas3 of persons the Bitters, or the
Tonic, is espcciallv recr ji tended.
WEAK AND DELICATE CIItLDREN
Are made strong ty the use bf either of
these remedies, 'i'hey ivill cure every case
of MARASMUS, without fail.
Thousands of certiucates 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 of
note, and of such standing that they must
Hon. Geo. VT. Woodward, Chief Justice, of
the Supreme Court of Pa., writes: Philadel
phia, March 16, 1867. "I find Hoofland'a
German Bitters is a good tonic, useful
in diseases of the digestive organs, and of
great benefit in cases of debility, and want
of nervous acticn in the system."
'Yours, truly, G so. V. Woodward."
Hon. James Thompson, Judge cf the Su
preme Court of Pennsylvania.
. Philadelphia, April 28, 18C6.
"I consider 'Hoofimd's German Bitters a
valuable medicine in case of attacks of Indi
gestion or Dyspepsia- I can certify this from
my experience of it. Yours, Scc.
From Rev. Joseph Kennard, D. D.. Pastor '
j cf the Tenth B.p.Ut Ciiurch, Philadelphia.
Dr. Jackson .year Sir : l have been frequent-"
ly requested tr connect my name with re
commendations of different kinds of medi
cines, bat regarding the practice as 'out of
my appropriate sphere, I have in all cases de
clined ; but with a 3?T c'.rar proof in vari
ous instances, and particularly in my own
l'mily of the use of Dr. Hooflund's German
Bitters, I depart for once from my usual .
course, to express my full conviction that,
for genprnl debility of the system, and es
peeinlly for Liver Comp'aint, it is a safe nm
valuable preparation, li some case3 il.cjiy
fail ; but usually, i doubt no', it will be very
beneficial to those v.bo suftVr from tfc,e abov
causes. Ygurs, verv r?secttlfy,
HooEand's German Remedies arc ruimf
feited. See tUii trie signature ot C. M -JACKSON
is oa tlj T" wrapper of each
bottle. All others are voatiteVfeSt.
- Principal Jffiice, kjA Manufictcrr at th
-'" '": Philadelplfia. Pu . -tULEA-PEST!
CUAKLSS M,-EVAXS, Proprietor,
Fcjmeriy C. M. Jackson a Co,
Ilt-cji.uid's tinman Bittfrs, per bottle, $1 00
j " 1. lf t'ozen, 5 0ft
i HocJlan't's German Tcnic, pt up in quart
! lottls, $1 50 per boitle, or a half dojen fov
: ST ZJ.
, JpiJr"" Io not forget to examine well tkemr
', ticie you buy, in trdty to gtt the genuine.
For sale I y Di ugit? andStorekeepers,