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Feensburg and Cresson Railroad
L. and after Monday, Dec. 1, 1868, trains
tb;3 road will run as iouowb:
s 5 A.. X.., connecting with Day Exp.
4 "East and Phil. Exp. West.
it 7.15 P. M., connecting with Pmla. Lxp.
Ei3t and Mail Train West
t 3.31 P M-t or oa departure of Phila.
Memoranda. The Republicans of
fjiitindon county have adopted tie
fffr.rd county system of nominating
,:nduhtes, by a majority of 120.... Arthur
Loney, an Irish coal digger, froze to
ath near Clearfield borough on or about
L 22d February. His body was not
and till seventeen daj3 after.... A man
lot a bald eagle in Munster township one
y luirt week.... Water will be let into the
thclt April.. ..Aitoona, had another
Ire lately.... Ji'h B. Gougli lectured on
-Habit" in liollidaysburg on Tuesday
icning of last week, and P. V. Nasby
Cauaan" on Saturday evening next
temperance meeting to be held in the
freslyterian church, Williamsburg, Blair
iuaty, on the first Monday evening in
bril. will be addressed, among others, by
n. A. A. Barker, of Ebensburg.. ..The
P mill of Mr. David Fyock, on Twohck
ek, Indiana county, was destroyed by
If.! on Monday last.. ..Mr. Samuel Mc-
Kullen, of Indiana county, while felling a
ree, recently, had one of his legs broken
the tree falling upon him in its descent.
LWm. Babeocfc, an employee in a saw-
Ill in Clearfield, was caught in the ma-
IVnery of the mill on the 12th inst., and
crusncu 10 ueatii.... ine uessrs. Kjoi-
k of Ebensburg, have been awarded the
t.tract fur making the Nesijuehoning
ilruad, eighteen miles in length, running
ai Mauch Chunk into one of the cxten-
h cal sections iu that resriou....Four
:ng men were brought here from Chest
j.-iiiLrs Tuesday night and lodged in jail,
i a charge of riot.. ..The equinoctial
rai visited us Monday. It came in the
t o of a rattling snow storm. To-day
ivv'Ay V.aded sleds arc coming into town
t':e score, and the sleigh bells jingle
rri.v. u e can almost lmacrme that we
t a the middle of January.. ..One night
reek, the house of Mr. Wm. Dean, a
?r residing in Juniata township, II un
ion county, burned to the jrround. So
1 was the progress of the flames that
only was none of the contents of the
-e saved, but horrible to relate a
.hter aged 17 years was consumed in
Sanies.... The house of a Mrs. Chancy,
krree township, Huntingdon county,
turned to the ground two Sundays
...The Altoona policemen are uni-
hri... George Berirner. editor of the
rulurg Ttlegraph, has been appointed
PI. of that city.... Portage Lodge A. Y.
i Ilulliday.vburg have bought the
P ball In that place for 83,000. They
Y'l converting it into a lodge room
The jrentleman at
m?y Ic known by the following
Y '-s iu 'j..d season, so as neither
Interrupt tw .,astor nor the congrega
? k' a late irrival.
f Joe5' m,f T. either to gaze about
Iu:e friends, or display his colloqui
Jowers. '-'re.is and shuts the door gently, and
. deliberately and lightly up the aisle
jeery stairs, and gets a seat as quietly
. . uj it puopic move as pos-
Takes Lis place in the back part of
or steps out in the aisle when any
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as making persons crowd past
ki!e keeping his place on his seat
ls aiways attentive to strangers, and
1 ,J? Lis scat to such, seeking another
W thinks of defiling the house of
- v. v ClbllV V Ull 1 JJ 1 UQ
1'j tit near him by chewing the
U-r, unless in case of illness, gets
e out during the time of service.
Receajitv corrmpl Vim tn An en
i i-vwj mai very manner is an
p7 1 jr the act.
- uvi engage in conversation be
76 C0Ul'-iiencement of service.
" Ut whisner.' nnr l.iurrh nnr -f
f. x --, e , .. x
. le house ai' GnA nnr lnnntro in
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:&'s not rush out of church like a
.'6?Whe the moment the benedic-
Kououaced, but retires slowly, in a
- ae can, by precept and ex-
uitisty and decorum in
That SuprER. On Thursday evening
last, some forty or fifty invited guests sat
down to a banquet prepared by Mr. Isaac
Crawford, mine host of the Logan House,
in honor of an episode connected with the j
late Catholic fair. The episode consisted
of the voting to him, by a large prepon
derance of votes, a costly carving-knife
and fork on the issue of "Who is the most
popular landlord in Ebensburg?" The
supper was a triumph of the culinary art,
and unto it was done most ample justice
by all concerned. Upon the removal of
the cloth, the guests resolved themselves
into a deliberative body, with Abel Lloyd,
Esq., as President, assisted by Messrs.
Jerome Piatt and Henry Foster as Vice
Presidents, and O. Cunningham and Sam
uel Henry Secretaries. On motion, a
committee on resolutions was appointed,
who reported the following:
Whereas, by the vote of the patrons of the
recent fair held in the borough of Ebensburg
for the benefit of St. Patrick's church, Isaac
Crawford was voted the most popular land
lord of said borough, and in recognition ot
the compliment (so well deserved) invited
his friends and neighbors to partake of a sup
per at his hotel, the Crawford House, the
best of hotels, be it,
Kesolvea, That we, the guests of our liberal
host, do return our thanks to him lor the
bountiful repastwhichhe provided, and dobut
an act of simple justice in declaring it worth
of Delmonico gotten up in recherche style, and
worthy the palate ofthe most fastidious.
Resolved, That our excellent hostess de
serves no less than our host the thanks and
praise of the guests.
The resolutions were adopted.
The following resolutions "at large"
were proposed and adopted :
Whereas, The citizens of Ebensburg and
vicinity have declared that our host, Isaac
Crawford, is the most popular landlord in
Ebensburg, and wherens, the said Isaac
Crawford has furnished to his friends
and enemies such a supper as the memory of
man runneth not to the contrary, therefore, re
solved that a vote of thanks be tendered to
our host, with a fervent prayer that his shad
ow may never grow less and his victuals mul
tiply a thousand fold, so that he may be ena
bled to repeat thi3 dose soon and often.
After which followed speeches by Gen.
Joseph 3IcDonald, Wm. KiUeil, Esq., and
others. All in all, the affair was a suc
cess in every respect, and the guests went
home to remember with gratitude the
agreeable break made in the dull monoto
ny of evcry-day life by Mr. Crawford's
kuife and fork.
Ebensburg Borough Council pro-cc'di'ii-fs.
MonduJ evening, March 22 :
Council met at the t-Jl of the Burgess.
Present Burgess Abel Lloyd, Council
men C. T. Roberts, Samuel Henry, John
Thompson, John E. Scaulan, and J;imes
Minutes of previous meeting read and
The Burgess having been directed at
the last meeting to secure room and fix
tures for the meeting of Council, he repor
ted that a room could be obtained from
Mr. G. Huntley for $33 per annum; and
on motion it was resolved that the report
of the Burgess be accepted.
On motion, the Clerk was directed to
procure report of Auditors and publish the
same in The AlhyJiuniaa and Freeman.
On motion, resolved, that the Burgess
be authorized to rent the toll-house on the
E. & S. Flank Road to the best and high
On motion, the Clerk was instructed to
notify borough oScer3 to appear before
the Burgess and take the oath of office.
On motion, resolved, that the Burgess
appoint a committee of three to wait upon
Johnson & Scanlan, attorneys, employed by
the borough in the case of T. Blair Moore,
late Burgess, and ascertain ,he best terms
of settlement; and that they report at the
next meeting of the Council for action
The following bill was presented and an
order granted for the same r
To Griffith & Jones, for hemlock plank
delivered at Acadamy, June, 1863... .$23, 76
On motion, the clerk was instructed to
make out duplicate for 1869.
On motion, it was resolved that the
Weigh Master be required to enter into
bonds of $500, and that he report at the
next meeting and pay over funds in hand
to the Treasurer, and quarterly thereafter.
Adjourned to meet at the call of the
The New Court Question. The
Johnstown Tribune furnishes the follow-
rtng item of news, coupled with a word or
two of advice : '
"It is reported from Ilarrisburg that
the House committee on general judiciary
has agreed to report favorably the bill au
thorizing the organization at Johnstown
of a court of limited jurisdiction for the
trial of minor civil and criminal cases. If
our Ebensburg friends are wise, they will
accept this bill aa a just compromise of
long standing differences between the north
and bouth of the county."
Thank You. We are indebted to our
clever and genial friend R. R. Thomas for
a present of a box of excellent cigars.
After testing their qualities, we, like all
others who have tried them, ..do not hesi
tate in saying they are just such a cigar
as will fully meet with the praise of all
lovers of the weed.
LETTER FROM JOHNSTOWN BAD WEATHER 131-
John stow, March 23, 18GD-.
To the Editor oj TJie AlUgKanian : :
Winter is lingering in the lap ef spring
a good deal, too. In fact, it would seem
to your correspondent that old winter had
saved Lis rudest blasts with the sole intent
and purpose of easing himself in the lap
of spring. The annual report from the
country hereabout is the same as the last
reportdoleful. "Wheat is freezing out
of the ground, and won't be no good no
how ; fruit looks bat?, too, and there is no
tellin' how people are to live next winter."
However, we consumers h ope and pray for
better times than are predicted.
The First National Bank building has
been improved vastly during the past two
weeks by the employees of the Johnstown
Mechanical Works. The business office
of the Bank now occupies all of the. first
floor, so that the able cashier and his ami
able and obliinncr assistant have aople
room in which to get out paper enough
for the increasing business of the institu
tion. A large room on the second floor is
furnished handsomely for the use of the
directors of the Bank. This remodeling
was much needed. Standing at one c'
the elegant walnut desks, a man now feels
that he i3 iu a Lank not a shave shop.
Mr. F. W. Hay is building a large ad
dition to his tin-shop, on old Canal (now
Washington) street. Frank designs equip
ping the large addition with the newest
and best machinery used in his business,
which will enable him to manufacture bet
ter and cheaper ware than heretofore. We
are not a prophet nor theson of a prophet,
but we predict that Frank will have to
build again before two years, for there is
no cleverer man or better business man in
the world than he.
Mr. Morrell's appointment to the chair
manship of the committee on Manufactures
in the U. S. House of Representatives was
hailed with delight by his many friends
here. It is a well deserved honor. Of
all the men in Congress, Mr. Morrell is by
far the best fitted for the position named.
Mr. Blaine could scarcely do otherwise
than appoint him. Damon.
The Base Ball Fair. This fair, af
ter a run of seven nights, closed Monday
night. It was largely attended through
out, by all classes of citizens. The gross
amount realized was about $300. We
subjoin a lisc of the principal articles
dravn and the names of the drawers :
10 yds. Calico, Annie Foster ; 14 yards De
laine," Mollie LVain; 14 yards Delaine, Sue
Kinkead; Bantam ChicLfns, T. J. Lloyd;
Silver Mug, Geo. Shaffer; 12 yards of Cassi
raere Delaine, Jane Howelia" ,- Aum, m.
Kittell; Ladies' kid Shoes, John stonei,':'' i
Set of Furs, Geo. Huntley ; Looking Glass,
15. G. Williams ; Merinoe Dress pattern, Alice
Fox ; 3 dressed dolls, Phil. M'Donald, Julia
Lemon, and Minnie Huntley ; Silver Cutter
Cooler, F. H. Darker ; 10 yards silk Warp,
Ella Peach ; 10 yards Delain, Mary Vaughn ;
Lamp, L. Davis ; Bridle, T. J. Lloyd ; Silver
Molasses Jug, It. R. Davi? ; Silver Salt Cellar,
P. L. Linton ; Ottoman Cover, II. C. W'issell ;
Barrel of Flour, C. T. Roberts ; 10 yards of
delaine, Ellen White ; Gold Watch, A. A.
Barker; 12 yards Delaine, M. J. M'Derrnott ;
Grant cigar, F. II. Barker ; Sewing Machine
Sam. Henry ; Silver Cake Dish, Jennie L.
Barker; Stoneware Dishes, M. A. Luther;
Silver Ice Pitcher, Jennie A. Davis ; Silver
Castor, Sam. Duvis ; Carpet, Miss Maggie
Sechler ; Boots, Oliver Evans.
Great interest was manifested in the
disposal, by ballot, of a prize bat to the
most popular base ball player. The voting
closed at 10 o'clock Saturday night, when
the result was announced as follows :
William Breese 658 votes.
V. S Barker ...471 "
F. II. Barker 47
A. Y. Jones 124J
G. II. Roberts 34
D. 11. Kinkead 19
Total number of votes cast, 1,301, at 10
cents a vote $13G.10.
On Monday, a cane was voted to the
"most popular man in Ebensburg," with
the following result :
Alexander Johnson 458 votes.
H. L. Johnston C8 '
Elias Jones.. 18
A. A. barker :57
Samuel Henry 9
Lemuel Davis 1C
J. A. Moore 5
Abel Lloyd 14 . "
Scattering 18 "
The total number of votes cast was 757,
at five cents a vote $37,85.
Died In Hemlock, on Wednesday cf
last week, Mrs. Mary McGough, wife of
Mr. Wm. McGough, aged about 47 years.
The remains of the deceased were taken to
Summit for interment.
Oh ! how sadly do we miss thee,
Dearest Mother, one and all ;
Slowly drag3 the hours without thee.
When we think that thou art gone.
Well alas, full well we know, -While
watching by yonr side,
That Death's cold hand would isoon arrest
The fast receding tide.
But on earth we're posted, Mother,
We do hope to meet above,
And in Heaven be reunited,
Where all is peace and love. W. L.
Notice. A meeting of the Mountain
eer Base Ball Club will be held in the
Court House XUP stairs) this (Thursday)
evening, at 7 o'clock. A full attendance
is requested, as business of importance will
: Found ! The place to buy all kinds of
Groceries. The amount of business done
by our friend M. L. Oatman shows at once
that he is selling goods at prices to suit
the people generally. Don't forget the
place, Oatman's cheap cash store.
Latest Arrival. L. Mayer, of the
New York Dry Goods Store, who is always
in advance of hi3 competitors," has received
his new spring goods, embracing the finest
selection of dress good3 ever brought to
Johnstown. His rooms are immensely crowd
ed from early morn till late at night with
seekers after bargains, and truly bargains
are to be had. It i3 the headquarters for
dry goods and millinery in Johnstown.
TnE cheapest clothing store the finest
gooda the best selection the greatest vari
ety the best fits the cleverest gentlemen to
deal with are the Leopold Bros., in Johns
town. They have received their spring
gcod3 which embrace all the latest patterns
in the market. They are doing the largest
clothing business in Johns-twn. and not on
ly this, but they sell a little better goods for
less money than any of their competitors.
Something New. Fast gaining pub
lic favor a new and superior quality of tea
and coffee. V. S. Barker, soie agent for this
place, takes special delight in announcing to
the public that he has now in store the best
and by far the cheapest lot of tea and coffee
ever offered to the public. Give it a trial
and vou will use no other.
To Your Interest. When in search
of any article of hardware we care not
what of the latest and most improved de
sign, go to Huntley's, where a full ai:d com
plete stock may be found. Those who in
tend building should give him a call before
going elsewhere. Bargains to be had.
Great Bargains. Messrs. A. A,
Barker & Son are offering great inducements
to purchasers of goods, as they are selling
their present stock in order to make room
for new goods. Now i3 the time while
the opportunity i3 given to buy goods cheap.
Go and see. Two door3 below the Bank.
Tinware. T.W. Williams has in his
employ a first-class mechanic and manufac
tures all of bis tinware, which he claims to
be superior to city manufacture. Every ar
ticle manufactured from the heaviest tin,
thus enabling him to guarantee to the pur
chaser a good substantial article. Give him
Carpets ! Carpets ! &c. Great bar
gains in carpets, oil-cloths, &.C. It. R. Davis
desires to call the attention ofthe public to
h 'magnificent assortment of carpets, &c,
which he is now offering at figures that will
suit the most fastidious. In a word they will
be sold at cost for cash.
The fair for the benefit of the base ball
club increases in interest and attraction, and
is receiving a generous support from our cit
izens. Everything is beautifully arranged, as
is also the display of good3 at C. T. Roberts'
l;-cy jewelry establishment. "You pays
your flnl takes your prize."
S 8 F ?
TO THE WORKING CLASS !
I am now prepared to furC.'fh a.'.' clas
ses with constant employment at then home?,
the whole of the time, or lor the spare
nients. Business new, light and profitable.
Fifty cents to $5 per' evening, is easily earned
by persons of either sex, and the boys and
girls earn nearly as much as men. Great
inducements are offered those who will de
vote their time to the business ; and, th:it
every person who sees this notice, may send
me their address and test the business for
themselves, I make the following unparalleled
ofi'er : To all who are not well satisfied with
the business, I will cend Si to pay for the
trouble of writing me. Full particulars, di
rections, "cc,, sent free. Sample sent by mail
for 10 cents.. Address E. C. Allen Augusta,
Maine. March ll-3m.
CHOICE FA MIL Y GEO CERIES !
consisting in part of
DOUBLE EXTRA FAMILY FLOUR,
GRAIN, FEED, BACON, SALT, FISH,
DRIED APPLES AND PEACHES,
ALL KINDS OF CANNED FRUITS ! !
SUGARS 1 TEAS!
SYRUPS ! MOLASSES I
Also a large stock ofthe best brands of
CIGARS AND TOBACCO I
JjS"f Store on Uigh-st., three doors east of
Crawford's Hotel. feb. 4.
FRY, DUERR & CO.
Manufacturers and dealers in
PINE, HEMLOCK, ASH, POPLAR and
Alo, FLOORING &WEATHERBOARDING,
18 and 24 inch SHINGLES sawed to order,
maris-ly Ebknsbubo. Pa.
Orders eent to Ebensburg, Cambria
' ceuntfj will be promptly atteaded, to,
STATEMENT OF THE FINANCES
of the borough of Ebensburg, Cambria
coairty, Penoa :
A Jaount of outstanding orders
as ascertained Feb. 29, 1868,
by F. A. Shoemaker, Esq., and.
J. M. Thompson, bor. auds $940,00
Interest and cost3 on order No.
I, Feb. 27, 1853 cu which
judgment is entered to No. 08,
March term, 1869 32,36
Amount of orders issued since
Feb. 29, 18G3 702,09
Amount due the borough Feb.
29, 18G8 on duplicate of 1867,
as found by F. A. Shoemaker
Esq., and Jas. M. Thompson,
borough auditors 4o3,9l"
Amount of duplicate of 1S68,
less commission and (estima
ted) exonerations 53fi,99
Amount of revenue to borough
from weigh scales Jvnd market
house 129,75 1075,65
Balance due by the borough
over and above all available
Cambria County, ss . '
Personally appeared before me, a justice of
the peace in and for said county, Samuel
Singleton, clerk to the council of Ebensburg
borough, who being first duly sworn, doth
say that the fort going statement is correct to
the best of his Knowledge and belief; that
part of said debt has been due and payabl
lor eleven years ; that the above statement is
not inclusive of interest, nor ot claims for
which cannot be ascertained ; and he further
says that T. Blair Moore, l ite burgess of said
borough, is possessed of fines, license fees,
rents, kc, belonging to said borough, and
collected by him but not paid by him into the
borough treasury to the amount of about two
hundred dollars, and for obtaining judgment
on which legal proceedings have been insti
Juted. S'worn to and subscribed before me this
day of February, A. D. 1869.
H. KINKEAD, J. Y.
RICES GOING DOWN!
EBEXSJSURG HARDWARE $. HOUSE
I once more return ray 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 less figure than
any similar establishment in cit or country.
My stock will consist in part as follows :
BOOR and CUPBOARD LOCKS, CATCHES,
BOLTS, HINGES, SCREWS,
WINDOW SPRINGS, SHUTTER HINGES,
WINDOW GLASS, NAILS, PUTTY,
BORING MACHINES, AUGERS, CHISELS,
BRACES and BITS, HATCHETS,
SQUARES, COMPASSES, TRY SQUARES,
BEVELS, POCKET RULES,
JACK, SMOOTHING, and FOR PLANES,
PANEL PLOWS, LEVELS,
SASH, RAISING, and MATCH PLANES,
SAW SETS, BENCH SCREWS,
CROSS-CUT, PANEL, RIP, COMPASS, axd
GAUGES, OIL STONES, SCREW DRIVERS
PLOWS, POINTS, SHOVELS,
FORKS, SCYTHES and SNATHES, RAKES
HOES, SPADES, SHEEP SHEARS,
HOR2E BRUSHES, CARDS, CURRY COMBS,
BELL.?,- HAMES, WHIPS,
BUT, TRACE, BKSAT, HALTER , FITII,
TONGUE, and LOG CHAINS,
RIFLES, SHOT GUNS, REVOLVERS, asi. ,
POWDER, SHOT, CAPS, LEAD, TOUCHES,
. POWDER FLASKS, GAME BAGS,
GUN LOCKS, MAIN SPRINGS, PIVOTS, ic.
LAMPS and OILS,
COOKING, PARLOR, k HEATING STOVES
TIN and SHEET IRON WARE,
WASHING MACHINES, axd WRINGERS,
&c, ic, &c, &c, &c, ic.
Also FLOUR, TEA, COFFEE, SUGAR, &c.
TOBACCO and CIGARS.
Odd Store Plates, Grates, and Fire Brick
always on hand to suit Stoves sold by me.
Well and Cistern Pumps and Tubing at man
Spouting made, painted, and put npJ at low
JEST Persons owing me debt3 of long stan
ding will confer a favor by calling and paying
up as soou as convenient, as it takes a great
deal of money to keep up my stock and pay
expenses, and owing to the small profits that
1 am making on goods I cannot afford to give
long credit the interest would eoon eat up
the profits. GEO. HUNTLEY.
Ebensburg, Aug. 13, 18C3.
EEES J. LLOYD,
) Successor of R. S. Eunn,
PURE DRUGS AND MEDICINES, PAINTS,
OILS, AND DYE-STUFFS, PERFUME
RY AND FANCY ARTICLES, PURE
WINES AND BRANDIES FOR MEDI
CAL PURPOSES, PATENT MEDICINES, ic.
Letter, Cap, and Note Papers,
Pens, Pencils, Superior Ink,
And other articles kept
by Druggists generally.
Physicians' prescriptions carefully compoumfSd,
Office oa Main Street, opposite the Moun
tain House, Ebensburg, Pa. Paugl3
GRAHAM BLAINE, Barbtr
Shaving, Shampooing, and Hair-dressing
done in the most artistic style.
25T Saloon directly opposite the "Moun--tain
The co-partnership existing bet
the underrigned is this ly dissolve' 'en
tual consent. The books and ar m:
be settled by G. F. Robion. -ou"
Ii P. I;03IN"50NJ
OOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS
nOOFLAND'S GERMAN TONIC.
The Great Remedies for al! Diseases of th
' Liver f Stomach or Hgttivt Organ.
HOOFLAND'S GERMAN. SITTERS
Is composed of the pure juices (or, a thtr
are medicinally termed. Extracts) of Roots,
Herbs, and Barks, TT mking a prepara
tion, highly concentrated, and entirely fre
from alcoholic admixture of any kind.
HOOFLAND'S GERMAN TONIC ' "
Is a combination of al! the ingredients of
the Bitters, with the purest quality of Santa.
Cruz Rum, " Orange, &c, making one of th
most pleasant, agreeable remedies i-ver of
fered to the public.
Those prclerring a Medicine Tree frora Al
coholic admixture, will use
HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTER3.
Those who haTe no ol jection to the com
bination of the Bitters, as stated, will cst
HOOFLAND'S GERMAN TONIC.
They are both equaP.y good, and conUia
the same medicinal virtues, the choice be
tween the two being a mere matter oftaste,
the Touic being the most palatable-
The stomach, from n variety or causes,
such as Indigestion, Dyspepsia Nervous Ds
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 affected, the result of which is
that the patient suffers from several or iuqx
ofthe following diseases:.
Constipation, Flatulence, Inward Piles,
Fulness of Blood to the Head, Acidity ofthe
Stomach, Nausea, Heartburn, Disgust far
Food, Fullness or Weight in the Stomach,
Sour Eructations, Sir-idnfr or flattering at
the iit of the Stomach, Swimiuia of ih
Head, Hurried or Difficult Breathing, Flut
tering at the Heart, Choking or Suffocating
Sensations when it a j ing posture, Dimness
of vision, Dots or webs before the sight, dull
pain in the Head, Deficiency of Perspiration,
Yellowness of the Skin and Eves, Paia in the
Side, Back, Chest, Limbs, etc.", Sudden Flush
es of Heat, Burning in the Flesh, Constant
Imaginings of Evil, and great depression of
The sufferer from these diseases should
exercise the createst caution in the selection
of remedy for his case, purchasing only
tuat which he is assured from his inYestiga
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 Hooland's German Bittcrit
and HoofianaVs German Tonic, prepared by
LK. C. M. JACKSON, PHILADELPHIA, PA.
Thirty-five years since they were first in
troduced into this country from Germany,
during which time they bare 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 enre Liver
Complaint, Jaundice, Dyspepsia, Chronic or
Nervous Debility, Chronic Diarrhoea,
Disease ofthe Kidneys, and all diseases aris
ing from a disordered Liver, StomacJ or In
testines. DEBILITY RESULTING FROM ANY CAUSE
whatever; Prostration ofthe System, in
duced by Severe Labor, Hardships,
Exposure, Fever, &c.
There is no medicine extant eqnal to tbes
remedies in such cases. A tone and vigor
is imparted to the whole system, the appe
tite is strengthened, food is enjoyed, the
stomach digests properly, the blood is puri
fied, the complexion becomes sound and
healthy, the yellow tmqe is eradicated from
the eyes, a bloom is given to the cheeks, and
the weak and nervous invalid becomes a
strong and healihy being.
PERSONS ADVANCED IN LIFE,
And feeling the hand of time weighingheT
ily upon them, with all its attendant illj,
will find in the use of this Bitters, or the
Tonic, an elixir that will instil new life int
their veins, restore in a measure the energy
and ardor of more youthful days, build up
their shrunken forms, and give health and
happiness to their remaining years.
N O T I C E I
It is a well established fact that fully one
half of the female portion of our. population,
aie seldom in the enjoyment of good health,
cr, to use their own T expression, "never
feel well." They are languid, devoid of all
energy, extremely nervous, ajid have no ap
petite. To this class of persons the Bitters, or the
Tonic, i cspecinliy recommended.
WEAK AND DELICATE CHILDREN
Are made strong by the use of either o
tbtJ remedies. They will cure every case
of MAK3 S---U3, 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 of
note, and of such standing that they must
Hon. Geo. W. Woodward, Chief Justice of
the Supreme Court of Pa., writes : Philadel
phia, Marsh 16, 1867. "I find Hoofland'a
German Bitters is a K good tonic, useful
in diseases of the digestive organs, and of
great benefit in oases of debility, and want
of nervous action in the system.
'Yours, truly, Geo. W. Woodward."
Hon. James Thompson, Judge cf the Su
preme Court of Pennsylvania.
Philadelphia, April 28, l66.
'I consider 'Hoofland's German Bitters' a
valuable medicine in case of attacks of Indi
gestion or Dyspepsia. I can certify this frora
my experience of it. Yours, ic.
From Rev. Joseph Kennard, D. D., Pastor
of the Tenth Baptist Church, Philadelphia.
Dr. Jackson Oear 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 ottt of
my appropriate sphere, I have in all cases de
clined ; but with a "UJ" clear proof in vari
ous instances, and particularly in ray own
family of the use of Dr. Hoofland's German
Bitters, I depart for once from my usual
course, to express ray full conviction that,
for general debility of the system, and es
pecially for Liver Complafht, it is a safe and
valuable preparation. In some eases it may
fail ; but usually, I doubt not, it will be very
beneficial to those who suffer from the above,
causes. Yours, very respectfully,
"J. H. KENNARD
Hoofland's German Kc?aediei are counter
feited. Ses that the
si'Tiature of C. IJ
h wraDner nf rli
JACKSON is on the
bottle. All otbe-.t are counterfeit
Principal 0,Ce, and Manufactory t the
German Me-ijcjne Store, No. S3! ARCH-St..
CHARLES M. EVA;g, pIOprietor.
Former!- 0- M. Jacksos Co.-
Hooflar a,s Gman B;tterB, per bottle, $1 00
" . half dozen, 5 00
, Hoofland's German Tonic, put up in quart
j hoUlsv SI 3 per bottle, or a half doaen for
I ESS Do not forget to examine well the ar
ticle vou bur. in order to yet the genuine.
Fur sale by ull Drnj:it endStorekeepere,