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Ebensburg and Cbesson Railroad
Oo and after Monday, Dec. 1, 1868, trains
.t.:., mad will ran as followB :
15 25 A. K.( connecting with Day Exp..
East and Phil. Exp. WeBt. ' '
7.15 P. M.f connecting -with Phila. Exp.
East and Mail Train West
At 9-25 A. M., or on departure of Phil.
9.31 P. M., or on departure of Phila.
urn raoM caheolltown discbiptioh or
IHS MOHABTIRT, CHUBCH, COJtVtST BCI1
Carrolltown, Feb. 1, 1869.
ft the Ediiori 0 The Alleghanian : "
I Observing a few days ago a communica
tion from Loretto, Cambria county, pub-
he J in The Alleghanian, in which was
bmprised a description of the buildings,
hools, churches, etc., erected in that vil-
0 under the auspices of the Catholics
enernlly, and particularly the Brothers of
unfc "Fran and the frood Sisters 01
ercy, the thought struck me that the
iterprise of the Benedictine Brothers, and
fce Catholics under the charge of the
knedictine Fathers, in and about this
:ie;liborhood, well merits a passing notice.
Bence, the following :
I Til E OLD MONASTERY,
it is now called, was of frame constmc-
, and it, together with the frame chap-
wth of which are yet standing, was
ted by the venerable Henry Lemhe,
.1 remembered throughout Cambria co.
ue of the early pioneers in this section,
; only in religion, but in settling and
iring. This building, however, in the
!j part of 1863, becoming entirely too
Jl to meet the object for which it was
.structed, was supplanted as to its orig-
,1 uses and purposes by the
building is of excellent brick, and is
i.uienslons fifty feet'square, and, with
basement, may be said to be four sto
The basement is of brown
i and forms a story some twelve feet
h'ght, which is used as a refectory,
lien, &c. On the first floor is found a
te and beautiful chapel furnished by an
!.r and sancLuary of exquisite workman
, as also the vestibule, or reception
11 anJ purior. The remainder of the
a or first story, which is twelve feet
floor to ceiling, is taken up by a sick
;nber and sacristy, the first dedicated
vu.se 01 any sick persons connecieu
the monastic family, and the latter
i purposes of robing room, &c, for
Iciating chaplain. The second story,
h is ten feet from floor to ceiling, is
:icd by some bed chambers for the
f the clergy and lay members of the
. The upper story is also dedicated
eping purposes, and contains several
rooms. .The entire building is of
post massive and permanent construe-
is interiorly well finished and painted
iceedingly airy and well ventilaj'vL
exterior i? of' ihal style of architec
tat bespeaks at once the character
hrpose of the edifice, and is really a
if architectural beauty. The Rev.
Ihristoph, tae pastor in charge dur-
progress of the building, receives
;and completing it as well, I believe,
f ?f originating the design. In this
-Jtion, it a not out of place to remark
&e gentleman named has recently re
' from his labor in this section and
.eLewhcre, to lQ equally successful,
f PreJict w pastoral charge.
I THE LARGE CHURCH,
- the years 1850 and '51, and eu-
& in thm riT 1 Rfrr ;,, -n.. 1.1
-eia both inside and outside finish
ut one hundred and fifty feet in
;fi length, including the tower, by
i m width. The ceiling is upward
J feet from the floor, arched at the
ad in and above the sanctuary
tJ ireseoed. The brick work of
fer at the closincr of the buildinsr
i(l been carried to the hishth of
ritt for its completion, as also the
'r iorthe spire which U to
year ill seethe completion of both.
r fill be some sixty feet high,
h the tower, will m.afcfl thfl hiahth
I which will suraount the spire
,e hundred and sixty feet above
the church. When comnletcd.
rT eiwilar character in the
thcState will outrival its
I artuitectural beauty and design.
I ui me edifice will comfort
1 Ut fiftcen hundred persons in
r 'Ps two hundred more who
the organ gallery. The
IM h greatly to the
'Smtv of A
Uil n the church, and, altho
nqtt professing competency to judge such
matters, I venture the assertion there are
but few better organs in the State.
THE CONVENT BUILDING,'
already commenced, I will defer speaking
of at length until another time, as I fear I
already trespass upon your columns.
- : Yours, ; v , Cit12en.
LETTKB. FROM JOHSSTOWX EXCITEMIST8 AND
SENSATIONS SPASMODIC MOVEMENTS AGAIN
ON THE KAMPAGE LOTS OF NEWS CONCEBN
INQ THE "NEW COUNTY" QUESTION AND MAT
TIBS AND THINGS THEREUNTO PERTAINING.
Johnstown, Feb. 1, 1869.
To the Editors of The Alleghanimn:
It is recorded .in an ancient book that
"in the multitude of counsellors there is
safety j" and it may with propriety be said
that in a multitude of correspondents there
is safety, for by them the interests of the
public are faithfully guarded, light is dif
fused, and correct information imparted.
I trust your regular correspondent, "Da
mon," will not become envious or jealous
because of my presumption in attempting
to assist him in the good work, nor' think
that I want to take from him any honor
due for his valuable correspondence ; but
I may, as occasion requires, become his
There are many peculiarities pertaining
to the American people not possessed by
any other, one of which is the absolute
necessity of excitement and sensation, to
the end of their full development and
growth j and without which we die of
ennui, as the Frenchman calls it. Every
locality, has its periodic excitements, and
every community its spasmodic movement
of some character or another ; and these,
if directed by enlightened minds, are un
doubtedly conducive to our health, growth,
and material prosperity.
"We, in this village village did I say ?
be careful how you call it village if you do
not wish to be depreciated in our estima
tion have our annual return of a feverish
desire, common to all, to become known
among the towns and cities of our country,
and especially to be known as the seat of
justice for the county of Cambria, from
whence justice shall be meted to those who
now. have not the fear of the law or the
present county prison before their eyes
Why not grant us this favor ? "VVe are
a progressive people. We have had our
gas works in operation for several years,
diffusing light in many a dark place. "We
also have our water works, lately put in
wholesome drink to those who, from prin
ciple or preconceived prejudices, refuse or
object to taste or handle that which is of
fered in our well arranged and accommo
The question of becoming the county
seat is strongly agitated here, and with
some show of success. Petitions are being
circulated for signatures. A bill has been
prepared, or is in course of preparation,
and at an early day will be presented be
fore our Legislature. Money will be col
lected to defray incidental expenses. The
matter of $10,000 or $15,000 is small in
our eyes, but may prove a convincing ar-
L-aicnt in our favor.
The necessity or advantage of removing
the county seat from Ebensburg to Johns
tewn is obvious to us, but maybe you ca.n
not see it. 13o that as it may, we will per
severe. It will probably cost $200,000 to erect a
hall of justice, with its accompanying offi
ces and jail the cost will be nothing for
ground,1 for we have it already. This sum
will not seem large when you count our
wealth. Besides, the two or three town
snips surrounaing our Dorough will no
doubt willingly assume their proportion, so
as to leave those further north, but south
of the turnpike, free from any cost in the
matter. They then will certainly help us
in what costs them nothing..
To allay the objections of the extreme
northern townships with regard to the
great distance to the new county seat, we
may, after . accomplishing our end, help
them to a new county, to be called "Pine,"
with the county-seat to be located at the
Chcrrytrce or thereabout ; and in consid
eration of this, no doubt they will assist
us in attaining what we want.
. If the programme of those who have the
matter in hand can be successfully carried
out, we will become a great people and a
great city, and with further consolidation,
Ebensburg may eventually become the
one-thousand-and-first ward of Johnstown.
A political view of the question, pro
will be presented at another
Receipts and Expenditures. On
the first page of this paper will be found
the official statement of the receipts and
expenditures of Cambria county for the
past year. It will repay a careful perusal.
We may have some remarks to offer there
on next week.
Tuesday was "ground-hog day." 'the
ground-hog :did not soe his shadow, and
therefore wc are not to have six weeks'
more winter weather.
Memoranda. A .large panther was
lately shot in Mifflin county. It measured
eight feet and six inches from the nose to
the end of the'tail, pand "weighed 500 lbs!
...Isaac Morrison, convicted, of jjiurdering
a man named Higgins in a saw-mill in
Clearfield county, has been . sentenced U
imprisonment, for seven : years v &nd six
months in the Western Penitentiary;:.. A
rat set a house on fire in Lewistown' some
days ago by nibbling matches.... Mr. Ed
ward Dever died near Blairsville on the
6th ult.; after having attained the extras
ordinary age of 106 years... .Hon. C. L.
Pershing, of Johnstown, is popularly spo
ken of , as the next Democratic candidate
for Governor. - They couldn't speak about
a better man,...C, W. Easly, late the local
editor of the Altoona Vindicatory has gone
to Erie, to take charge of the local depart
ment of the .Observer newspaper of that
city.... A newspaper, called the News, has
been established at Mount Union, Hun
tingdon county.... Ex-Sheriff Higgins, t)f
Blair county, is dead...The Republican
committee of Blair county last week ap
pointed -delegates to the next Republican
State Convention, and instructed in favor
of Governor Geary for reaomination... .The
Lewistown Gazette says that a - woman in
that town lately gave premature birth to
five perfectly ; formed and one imperfectly
formed children all dead.... Wm. Dent,
the conductor charged with causing thcl
death last summer of a young man on the
Hollidaysburg branch railroad, . was last
week tried for manslaughter by the Blair j
county Court and acquitted.... The weath
er has been extremely cold for severa!
da vs.... A man and two women were arres-
ted in Altoona on Saturday last, . charged
with stealing the sum of $17,000 from
parties in Indianapolis, Indiana.... A man
named Bodge was run over by the cars at
Perrysville a few days ago, and was killed
...The present number of Tlve Alleghanian
concludes the first half of Volume 9.
- Legislative. -The bill .Introduced in
the Legislature touching the salary of the
Commissioners and Auditors of Cambria
county makes provision for an increase o:
the pay of those officials to $3 per diem
Perhaps this increase is necessary, but the
prevailing impression is that the Commis
sioners and Auditors are now well paid for
the work they perform.
A . bill has also been introduced resnila
ting the costs of justices of the. peace in
cases of appeal. -
Cambria Counvy Fire Insurance
Co. The newly elected board of Directors
of the Cambria County Mutual Fire Insu
ranee Company met on Tuesday evening
and effected the following organization :
President, John Williams.
Secretary, Keese J. Lloyd.
Executive Committee, Edward Boberts,
Isaac Crawford, John Lloyd. - -
Agents, John E. Roberts, Ebensburg;
Evan Roberts, Joinstown. .
Died On Saturday last, artherest
dence of , his father, in Ebensburg, Mr.
James Collins, aged about 46 years. The
deceased was well known throughout Cam
bria county and other parts of the State,
and wherever known was greatly esteemed
for his amiability and sunny, genial tern
perament. His memory will long be kept
Flour. Our readers in quest of a good
article of flour, will find theif wants amply
provided for at the cheap grocery of M.
L. Oatman. He claims to be doing the
largest business in this line in town. , He
keeps "none but the best.
LEOroLD & Bro., at the Oak Hall
Clothing Store, Johnstown, are now offering
their large nd superior stock of overcoats
at 20 per cent, cheaper thnn the same can be
bought elsewhere in Johnstown. Remember,
you may lose a bargain by not visiting this
People are beginning to see the advan
tage of buying their groceries where grocer
ies are made a speciality, thus getting not
only the cheapest but the best the market
supplies. M. L. Oatman keeps the best and
only first-class giocery in town.
Dry Goods. The cheapest dry goods
8 tore in Johnstown is kept by L. Mayer, on
Main-st., Opera building. The attention of
those who desire bargains is directed to this
cheap store. One price to everybody.
Time. Time waits on no man unlike
our up street neighbor, C. T. Roberts, who
takes special delight in waiting on any and
all who favor him with a call, he having an
abundance of tmb to do it.
A rare chance to secure bargains in
all manner of goods at the cheap cash store
of V. S. Barker, High-st. Goods sold re
gardless of cost. Give him a call.
Cheap ! Cheaper ! Cheapest.! The
argest stock, the best quality, the greatest
variety, and the cheapest lot of hardware in
western Peuna., is for sale at Huntley's.
Now is the time to lay in a seasonable
lot of clothing when such inducements are
held out to purchasers by A. A. Barker &
Son. Go and see.
:K Stoves. Great reduction .in ihe price
of stoves at T. "W. "Williams' cheap store.
Take advantage of his redaction -and go ati
invest, A -word to the wise vera know
R. R Davis, inorder: to mak room
for Mpring;good3, is now. dftripg his en
tire, stock; of1 goods', embraiyDjr every.vnetjr
of ware, at prices that 'defy competition. V :
- -HooixAjiD's German Bitters. Per
sons advanced io life, and feeling the band
of time weighing heavily upon them, with all
us attendant ills,, will find io the use of the
Bitters an elixir that will iostill new life into
their veins, restore in a measure the energy
and ardor of more youthful days, build np
their, shrunken forms, and give health and
happiness ,o their remaining years.
From Rev. E. II. Fendall, assistant editor
Christian Chronicle, Philadelphia.
"I have derived decided benefit from the
use of Hoofland's German Enters, and feel it
my privilege to recommend it as a most valu
able Tonic to all who are EuBering from gen
eral debility, or from diseases arising from
derangement of the liver.
"Yours, truly, E. D. FnAt.L."
"Hoofland's German Bitters" is entirely
free from alcoholic admixture.
:A11 persons indebted to 'the -firm of E.
& II. UTTER, by either note or book ac
count, aie requested to call on the firm and
settle their respective accounts on or before
the first of April next, as after that time the
firm will, be changed. All persons interested
will save trouble and costs by complying, as
all old bills will and must be collected alter
that date by due process of law.
' E. 4 H. NUTTER.
Chest Springs, Feb. 4, 1869-3L
TWELFTH ANNUAL STATEMENT
PROTECTION MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE
COMPANY OF CAMBRIA COUNTY.
Amt. of property insured as per
11th annual report... ...... ...... .$447,210 77
Amt. of property insured since 1
llth aunual report ; 193,477 66
Deduct anrtJ expired and cancel
ed since last report
Arnt. of premium notes in force
as per llth annual report $ 43,419 0T
Amt. of notes taken since the
llth annual report 18,984 39
Deduct amt. notes expired and
canceled since llth an. report
No. policies in force as per llth
No. policies issued since last re
Deduct amt. expired and canceled
since last report......
Bal. in hands of Treasurer and
agents at last settlement -..$ . 919 23
Fer cent, on premiums collected
since last settlement - 666 29
Compensation toofficeis$276 00
Exonerations and com
missions..'...! 232 71
Incidntalexpenses....... 93 19
Losses .... i. 1 9 00
Bal. in hands of Treas. and agts.
JOHN WILLIAMS, President.
R. J, Llotd, Secretary. fe4-3t
L. LANGSTROTH'S PATENT
MOVABLE COMB BEE HIVE 1
Pronounced tbe best ever yet introduced
in ihis county or State. Any person buying
a family right can have their Bees transferr
ed from aa old box to a new one. Jn every
instance in which this has been done tbe re
sult has been entirely satisfactory, and the
first take of honey has invariably paid all ex
penses, and frequently exceeded them. Proof
of the superior merits of this invention will
be found in the testimony of every man who
has given it a trial, and among the nnmber
are tbe gpnllemen named below, and their
e-perience should induce every one interes'ed
in Bees to
BUY A FAMILY RIGHT 1
Hen-y C. Kirkpalfick, of Carroll township,
took 106 pounds of surplus honey from two
hives, which he sold at 35 cents per pound.
. Adam Deitrich, of Carroll township, took
from two hives 100 pounds of surplus honey.
James Kirkpatrick, of Chest township, took
60 pounds of surplus hony from one hive.
Jacob Kirkpatrick, of Chest township, ob
tained 72 pounds of surplus honey from one
hive, worth not less than $21, and ihe right
cost him only $5.'
Peter Campbell from one hive obtained 36
pounds of surplus honey atone time.
f Quite a number of similar statements,
authenticated by some of the best citizens of
Cambria county, could te obtained in proof
of the superior merits o Langstroth's Patent
Movable Comb Bee Hive.
Persons wishing to purchase family rights
should call ou or address
Nov. 26, 1868-tf Carroll town, Pa.
7-HOLESALE AND RETAIL
LIQUOR STORE! !
JOHN C ROU SB, Dealer
in Foreign and Domestic
"WINES AND LIQUORS !
BEST 'BRANDS OF
BRAND Y, WHISKY IRISH WUISKY,
. , U1A AND BITTERS,
CATAWBA WINE AND KIM MEL,
and the very best quality of Liquors and
Wines for Medical purposes.
HOTEL AND SALOON KEEPERS I
will do well br giving me a call, at my store.
on Canal-st., building formerlv occupied bv
T. G. Stewart A Co. fJan. 28, '69. "
SAMUEL SINGLETON, Notary Pub
lic; Ebensbnrg; Pa.
Office on High street, west of Foster' Ho
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RICES: GOiSO: DOWN!
EBENS1SURO HARDWARE i
I once more return my sincere thank to
my oli friends and customers for their lib
eral patronage extended towards me,: and
now, owing to the great fail in prices, by
which many articles can be sold as cheap as
before tbe war, and having a thorough knowl
edge of the business and the wants of the
public, I take pleasure in announcing that I
can nd will sell goods at a less figure than
auy similar establishment in cit or country.
My stock will consist in part as follows :
DOOR and CUPBOARD LOCKS, CATCHES,
. , BOLTS, HINGE, SCREWS,
WTXDCMV SPRINGS, SHUTTER HINGES,
ISDOW GLASS, N AILS, PUTTY,
BORING XACBIXES, AUGERS, CHISELS,
BRACES a.no BITS, HATCHETS,
SQUARES, COMPASSES, TRY SQUARES,
BEVELS, POCKET T.ULES,
JACK, SMOOTHING, .id FOR PLANES,
' t . panel plows, levels,
sasu, raising, a5d matcn planes,
saw Sets, bench screws,
CROSS-CUT, PANEL, RIP, COMPASS, and
. BACK SAWS,
GAUGES, OIL STONES, SCREW DRIVERS
PLOWS, POINTS, SHOVELS,
FORKS, SCVTHES and SNATHES, RAKES
HOE, SPADES, SHEEP SHEARS, "
HORSE BR US HSt CARDS,' CCRRY COM BS,
BELLS, II AMES, WHIPS',
BUT, TRACE, BREAST, HALTER, FITH,
TONGUE, and LOG CHAINS,
RIFLES, SHOT GUNS, REVOLVERS, and
POWDER, SHOT, CAPS, .EAD, POUCHED,
POWDER FLASKS, GAME BAGS,
GUN LOCKS, MAIN SPRINGS, PIVOTS, Ac.
LAMPS and OILS,
COOKING, PARLOR, HEATING STOVES
TiX axd SHEET IRON WARE,
WASHING MACHINES, and WRINGERS,
&.C., Ac, Ac, Ac, Ac, Ac.
Also FLOUR, TEA, COFFEE, SUGAR, Ac.
TOBACCO and CIGARS.
Odd Stove Plates, Gratet, and Eire Brick
always on band to suit Stoves 6old by me.
Well and Cistern rumps and Tubing at man
touting made, painted, and put up, at low
Peisons owing me debts of long stan
ding will ' oniVr a favor by calling and paying
up a- soon as convenient, as it takes a great
deal of money to keep np my stock and pay
expeHses, anU owing to the small profits that
I am making on goods T cannot afford to give
long credit the interes' would soon eat up
tbe profits. ...... GEO. HUNTLEY.
Ebensburg. Ang. 13, 2 868. .
' Dealer in
CLOTHING, DRY GOODS,'
BOOTS and SHOES,
SATrt, CAPS, Ac.
High-st.. , Ebensburg, Pf
ft XT 1 W-v wvwm - ' . . - -
KJ V. S. BARKER'S, Ebensburg, Pa.
LABGE, STOCK OF.. SUMMER
Goods at reduced prices at V. S. B.'s.
TVTEW STOCK at CLOT II TNG VERY
X cheep at V. S. BARKER'S, Ebensburg.
FRUIT CANS-NEW STYLE at V.
S. BARKER'.i, Ebensburg, Pa.
BOOTS AInD SHOES CIIEAP 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.
HTG riEST PRICES PAID FOR
Butter, Eggs, Wool, and all Couctry
Produce at V. S. BARKER'S, Ebensburg.
LILY WniTE LEAD LINSEED
OW. Warranted pure, at V. S. Barker's,
TAILS ALL SIZES, CHEAPEST
iu town, at V. S. Barker'sj Ebensburg.
BAItRK-LS,' KEGS, TUBS,
MEAT-STANDS, CHURNS, Ac.
angl3. Ebkssbceo, Pa.
HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS
HOOFLAND'S GERMAN. TONIC,
The Great Remedies for all Diseases of the
. Listr, Sioineh.or -Digestive lOrj.
HOOFLAND'S GERMAN . BITTERS
Is composed of the pure juices (or, aa ther
ae medicinally tenred. Extracts) of Roots,
Herbs, and Barks, making a prepara
tion, highhr concentrated, and entirely free
from alcoholic admixture of any kind.
. HOOFLAND'S GERMAN TONIC .
Is a combination of ml! the ingrediests of
tbe Bitters, with the purest quality of Santa
Cruz Rum, Orange. Ac. making one of the
most pleasant, igieealle remedies ever of
fered to the public.
- Those preferring a Mediciue free Iron Al
coholic admixture, will use
HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS.
. Those who.bate no objection to the com
bination of the Bitters, as stated, will us
HOOFLAND'S GERMAN TO.NICL
They are both equal!y good, and coaUia
ihe same medicinal virtues, tbe chc-ic be
tween tbe two being a mere matter of taste,
the Tonic being :be most palatable.
The stomach, from a variety of causes,
such as lnd:gesticn, Dyspepsia, Nervous De
bility, etc., is very apt to have its functions
deranged. The Liver, sympathizing as close
ly as it does with the Stomach then be
comes aiTected, the result of wbieh is
that the patient suffers from several or more
of the following diseases:
Constipation, ..Flatulence, Inwaril Pileg,
Fulness of Blood to the Head, Acidity of the
Stomach, 'ausea, Heartbarn, Disgust for
Food, Fullces3 or Weight in the Stomach,
Sour Eructations, Sinking or fluttering at
the pit of the Stom.ich, Swimming of the
nead, Hurried or DifficuIeBreatLioqf, Flut
tering at the Heart, Choking or. Suffocating
Sensations when in a 'j ing posture, Dimness
of vision, Dots or webs before the sight, dull
pain in the Had, Deficiency of Perspiration,
Yellowness of the Skiu and Eyes, Paia in the
Side, Back, Chest, Limbs, etc.. Sadden; Flush
es of Heat, . Burning in the Flesh. Constant
Imaginings of Evil, and great depression of
The sufferer from these diseases should
exercise the greatest caution in the selection
of a remedy for his case, purchasing onjy
that which he is assured from his investiga
tions and inquiries, possesses true mer
it, skilfully compounded, is free- from injuri
ous ingredients, and established for itself a
reputation for the cure of these diseases. In
this connection we would submit those well
known remedies Hoofland's German Bitters,
and Hoofland's German Tome, prepared by
DR. C. X. JACKSON, PHILADELPHIA, PA.
Thirty-five 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 anj
other remedies known to the public.
These remedies will effectoally cire Liver
Complaint, Jaundice. Dyspepsia, Chronic or
Nervous Debility, TT' Chronic Diurrhcca,
Disease of the Kidneys, and all diseases aris
ing from a ditordered Liver, Stomach or In
testines. DKBILITT RESULTING FR03I ANY CAUSE
whatever; Prostration'of the System, in
duced 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
Ute is strengthened, food is enjoyed, the
stomach digests properly, the blood is puri
fied, the complexion becomes sound and
healthy, the yeilow tinge is eradicated from
the eye?, a bloom is given to the cheeks, and
tbe weak and nervous iuvalid becomes a
strong and healrhy being.
PERSONS ADVANCED LN LIFE,
And feeling the hand of time weighinff heav
ily upon them, with all. its attendant illf,
will find in the use of this Bitters, or the
Tonic, an elixir that will instil new lite into
their veins, restore in a measure the energy
and ardor of more. youthful days, buildjws-
.1 : 1 1. r . t . - l
men euiuuicn juruid, uuu give uQ.iq and
Happiness to tueir remain ing,vars
N O T JJ& E'l '
It is a weU established fact that fully one
bfcif of tbe female portion pf our population
aie seldom in the enjoyment of good health,
or, to use their own T t expression, "never
teel well." They are languid, devoid of all
energy, extremely nervous, and huve no ap
petite. To this claps of persons the Bitters, or the
Tonic, is especially recommended.
WEAK AND DELICATE CHILDREN
Are made strong by tbe use of either of
these remedies. They will cure every case
of il A RASMUS, without fail.
Thousands of certificates hare accumula
ted in the hands of tbe proprietor, but space
will allow of the publication of but a few. '
Those, it will be observed, are from men of
note, a-nd of such standing that they must
Hon. Geo. W. Woodward, Chief Justice of
the Supreme Court of Pa., writes : Philadel
phia, March 16, 1867. "I find Hoofland's
German Bitters is a A good tonic, useful
in diseases of the digestive brgans, and of
great benefit in cases of debility, and want,
of nervous action in the system.
Yours, truly, Gko. W. Wooowabd." -Hon.
James Thompson, Judge of the Su
preme Court of Pennsylvania.
Philadelphia, April 28, 1866.
'I consider 'Hoofland'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, Ac.
From Rev. Joseph Kennard, D. D., Pastor
cf the Tenth Baptist Church, Philadelphia
Dr. Jackson 9ear Sir : I have been frequent
ly requested to connect' my name with re
commendations of different kinds of medi
cines, but regarding the practice aa out of
ruy appropriate sphere, I have in all cases de
clined ; but with a 3XT clear proof in vari-
ous instances, and particularly in my owt
family of the use of Dr. Hoofland's German
Bitters, I depart for once from my venal;
course, to express my full convictieo. tfcnt
for general debility of the system, and es
pecially for Liver Complaint, it is. a safe and
valuable preparation. In some cases it may
fail ; but usually, I doubt not, it will be very
beneficial to those who suffer from- the abovt
causes. Yours, very respectfullv,
"J. IL KENNARD."
Hoofland's German Remedies' are counter
feited. See that the signature of C. M
JACKSON i3 oa the 3D wrapper of each
bottle. All others are counterfeit.
Principal Office, and Manufactory at the
German Medicine Store, No. 631 ARCH-St.,
CHARLES M. EVANS, Proprietor,
Formerly C. M. Jackson Co,
noonand's German Bitters, per bottle, $1 (W
" " ' half dozen, 5. OO
Hoofland's German Tonic, pot up In quart
bottles, $1 50 per bottle, or a half dozen for
Ey" Do not forget to examine, well the ar-
ticle you buy, in order to get the. genuine.
For sale by all Druggists s Storekeepers,