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LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
EbEjjSBueg and Cresson Railiioad
nn and after Monday, Dec. 1, 1868, trains
th;s road win ruu o
At S 5 A. M., connecting with D
A ' Rat and Phil. Exp. West.
1 1 . r n Cr1 r nr 0
... 15 p M., connecting with Phila. Exp.
' East and Mail Train West
i paVF. CRESSON
At 9 25 A. M., or on departure of Thil.
JU9 31 P. M., or on departure of Phila.
Our New Office. Since the last is
neof The Alleghanian, we have moved
jfnto our new office. The office is located
on Ccntre-st., west side, four doors south
of HL"h-st., up stairs.. It is finished in
the highest style, of mechanical art, and,
vhen properly furnished and fitted up,
we haven't had" time to attend to this lat
ter matter yet,) will be the nicest and
neatest, it" is' the largest and amcst,
printing 53k wiUun a scope of one hun
dred miles. O'sr friends ; are invited to
ca on us and see for themselves that our
1 pTa3e of our new df&co'is not overdrawn.
1 . aaa iroo vr4 itm'tr f wni nil
to allow us to attend properly to all the
details of our business. Hereafter, we -will
have plenty of room, and cannct be over-.
crowded with 'work. "We might mention
in this connection that we have just re
ceived a large assortment of new job and
display type, and can now turn out a bet
ter article of handbill, blank, bill-head, &c,
than heretofore. Persons desiring any-
liing in the job line are requested to call
tTT n . . 1 .
a us. e natter ourselves wu can
itis faction to alj such.
Memoranda. April bravely main
mis her general reputation ior ncKieness
U.ic hour it is rain :' the next sleet : the
jioxt snow; the next sunshine ; and all
the time it is mud and and a dreary sense
,if di.-?agrecablcness. The robin is here,
and the bluebird is here, and by a severe
Vtretch of the 'imagination we may bring
VutscIvcs to believe that spring is here.
fiet undeniably pleasant weather is not
j.vrc, and ocr friend Richard .Morgan tells
W not 'to .expert any of it "till the; next
iLinye of 'fhe moon.... A religious revh.il
h in progress in Wiluiore A new post
tfScc, called Colfax, has '"been established
Huntingdon count'.... Dr. James M.
tcviart, one of the oldest citizens of Indi-
fm, died m .t&at -borough on -the 2Uth ult.,
j -ii' , i 'i . . .
geu .c years.... waicr nas occn ict into
: eastern division of the Pennsylvania
al.... Altoona wants to-borrow $200,000
pave her streets.. ..Samuel J. Koyer,
.-'I, ox Johnstown, nas oeen appointed
id confirmed Collector of Internal Rcve-
ue for this (17th) district, vicu Wesley
J. Rose, resigned.. ..There is a velocipede
hool in Altoona.. ..Marion Macadue, of
'.uliana, a ruftman," was drowned in the
jsquehanna river above Lumber city on
-e 20th ult., by the capsizing of a raft....
U eniieman rcsiuing in iieuipueiu iown-
up, u cstmorelanu county, owns a lmr
w bull, three years old, which weighs
T"i5 pounds Speedy, of the firm of
tfcwart.& Co., Johnstown, was. in town on
-tniay, ana Urapped in to see us T&e
3&S li'iidillf llpncA in nmrv rl I rfiflmn na
niust iuip;issable on account of mud A
j iocmakcr in Indiana, named Kicffer, pro
I' ntt'd a bill for a pair of boots to a mer
ttiie firm called Cuuningham & Son.
Messrs. Cunningham didn't like the
VMs. crtlic price, or something else, and
kmed in and gave KXefler an unmerciful
. -atin j. 1Wy were subsequently arrested
T a charge of assault and battery.. . .The 1
r,,mrourg Rodicf has "no advice to
pr the Williamsburg Vindicator." This
s ?ratifyii)rj. Sneaking f..r nurs.lvr w
. w i -0 ,
irec to say that no advice is preferable
the Radicat s V young man named
Sfreid, hailing from Blairsville, was
red and robbed of $55 'in a drinking
lo" in I'ittsburg lately.... Charles 15.
Lart has been appointed postmaster of
t0ona....Jauies Cams, a watchman, was
antly killed by being struck by the
near Penn station, on Tuesday night
uur borough authorities are laying
wdewalk from the academy to the rail-
depot with tan-bark.. A much necd
'lQlI'rovcmcnt.... Huntingdon boasts of
utI culurcd boy, named Harry Gantz,
';ioknow3 half the New Testament, and
lUtlllly j,oes Jlome from churcn abe
rePct the sermon nearly verbatim
-A fonr year old son of Benjamin Lloyd
S near this place, had several of the
l1iT"his rigil- hlVnd sobadlJ, lacera-
patent fecdeutter, with which
ras amusing himself in his father's
; n at all but the thumb and finger
' too amputated at'lh'e knuckle joints.
tt'k or twn mm i
v 'i "nituci uruppcu
renter at work on. the new Catho
; c Qri in this place struck Mr. David
,un!1 fn the ehin - . .
' . hiij; a jiUHIlUI JUL
wounu.... Argument Court
""tl0t'3 Tday; ami isyit in ,'cion.
Temperance, kc- In another column
will be found a series of resolutions pro
mulgated by three temperance societies of
Ebensburg. These resolutions seem to
have been called out by an article publish
ed in this paper on the 25th March, enti
tled "An Excellent Family Paper." What
we said then, and what we reiterate now,
is, that the Temperance Vindicator is a
"blackguard sheet," and not worthy the
support of genuine temperance men. The
use of superlatives is no argument. We
suppose that will be admitted. Yet, in
the issue of the Temperance Vindicator
dated April 7th. in What might in courte
sy be styled a reply to our strictures, ap
pear the following adjectives : "The first
shot from a whisky battery j" "Fiz-pop-bang
there, now, the" Vindicator is
knocked into a cocked hat by a shot from
a whisky apologist," "the mountains have
labored, and a great, overwhelming, fusil-
oil production is the issue "squirming
whisky blebs ;" "the savory incenre from
the bubblinrr cauldron ascended the
mountain hicrhts and titillated the sensi
tivc olfactories of the wet-leather editors
ot l Ue jiuegnanian ; "lusn iuuuicu
n m-w a t . tie ?i r..
heads "liquid death and fiery damna
tion." If this is temperance argument,
we must confess we cannot see it. The
three temperance societies may think that,
in -upholding the Vindicator, they jire up
holding the temperance case ; but we
opine, on the contrary, that they are only
upholding a witless zealot. "We subjoin
a brief article having a bearing on thesub
ject, copied from the Altoona Tribune :
The Ebensburg Alleghanian of last week,
gives the Temperance Vindicator & severe rap
ping over the knuckles for its inordinate use
of slang terms knd harsh -expressions in its
editorials. We must ngreeVith the Allegha
nian, that they have no weight in argument,
and certainly detract fron the dignity of the
author. The Vindicato may consider that
the class ot men assailed by it cannot be loo
severely handled, nevertheless, we never
knew a man to be whipped into friendship,
or reformed by calling him hard names.
"Grevious words stir up anger, but a soft
word turneth away wrath." People differ as
much in their views in reference to the prop
er manner of conducting the temperance re
form, as they do in religion; and we have
yet to note, in theory or practice, a plan that
seeras likely to secure, at an early day, the
olject aimed at. In all great reforms, the
people must be educated to adopt them, not
by whipping, and calling hard names, but by
the presentation of inducements, arguments
and kindness. Some men never can be reach
ed in any way ; then why bother with them ?
if he will not work with you, ttii him not up
fcvery inn has his friends and his influence
;o work againe t you.
The .Value of a Newspaper. One
day last wet'", a man residing some eight
or ten miles out pf town entered our office
and subscribed for The Alleglianian for
one year, after which, he gave the follow
ing voluntary testimony as to b value of
a newspaper. He saklr "Had I iueen a
subscriber tc yoxir paper during the pas
year, it would 'h;rvc avcd me tico hundred
dollars. An item of news (referring to an
item of news connected with our county
Courts) was published in .your -columns
some time since, which, had I seen, would
have saved me the sum mentioned."
Header, areou a regular subscriber to
our paper? If not, the time may come
when you, too, will be able to see that you
might have saved two hundred dollars, or
more, iy an investment of two dollars in
Election of Co. Superintendent.
It will be seoa, by reference to an adver
tisement elsewhere, that an election for
Supe r "i rrt end e n t of Common Schools of
Cambria county will be held in the Court
House, Ebensburg, on Tuesday, May 4th,
next, at one o'clock, p. m. We believe
there is but Tittle, if any, opposition to the
re-election of Mr. Chapman, the present
incumbent of the office.
Personal. Samuel Singleton, Esq., a
member of the Cambria county Bar, and
for four or five yrears past a resident of Eb
ensburg, departed hence on Tuesday morn
ing, to eeek a new home in Latrobe,
Westmoreland county. He-; was one of
our best and most esteemed citizens, and
we are sorry to lose him. Our sincere
wi&h is that our loss maybe his great gain.
Public Sale. See notice of sale of
real estate and personal properly by J.
Moore on Tuesday, April 20th.
C. Fulmer will sell, at public sale, at
his residence, six miles north of Ebens
burg, on Wednesday, April 14th, certain
real estate and personal property. See
How to Save Money. Make your
own oil. Store and individual rights for
making the metropolitan oilcan be bought
from M. L. Oatman, of this place. It will
cost but a small amount to get an individ
ual right by which you can make your own
The New Court. In the Pennsylva
nia House of Representatives, on Monday,
Mr. Porter, the Member from Cambria,
called up the bill creating an additional
Court in Cambria county. It passed, fin
ally, and now goes to the Senate for consideration.
L O CAL . CORRESPONDENCE.
LXTTXB. THOM LOBETTQt 80ME TALK ABOUT. A
KIW B.AILBOAD AIT ADVENTURE WITIT A MB-.
rHITIS AMXBICANA SCHOOL EXHIBITION.
; , Loretto, April 5, 1869. -
To the Editor of The Alleghanian :
I desire to make some remarks concern
ing a question which very much interests
the citizens of this locality and some of the
neighboring towns. I refer to the. build
ing of a railroad from Kaylor's station on
the E. & C. branch railroad to this place.
To me it is certainly a matter of wonder
that such a road has never been construc
ted. I know of no more desirable im
provement. At a comparatively small
expense, such a road could be built, thus
extending to the farmers and business men
of Loretto,' and also of Chest Springs and
St. Augustine, mucn Dener iaciuues iui
reaching the markets. It ia really strange
how an improvement fraught with so many
plain and certain advantages could go so
long neglected. It looks as though it only
needed some persevering individual to take
the lead to secure the building of such a
road, as quickly as men and money could
build it. Certainly all our business men
are interested , in such an improvement,
and would doubtless contribute liberally to.
a fund for its accomplishment. As there
is no other way of Securing the improve
ment except through voluntary contribu
tions, would it not be a good idea for our
merchants and business men to unite in
calling a meeting to take action on the
subject ? Let our business men consider
this reject carefully.
cin a last ' week, a much-esteemed
V1A VAC J '
haimed to capture a pretty,
and to him strange, .Httle animal, which,
after careful examination, he pror-ounced
tn hft a mink. He was steculati.ng witu.'n
himself as the probable value of its eau-
tiful black coat, when his beloved better-
half came up with the poker drawn andk
was about to level it to the floor at "one
fell swoop," , but was stayed by pater fa
mtlias crying out commandingly, "Don't,
Nancy, shure ; it's a mink we must kill
it gctiUy !" He then laid it on the floor,
and kneeling beside it, was about to force
his penknife through Us neck, when oh,
horror, musk, and night-blooming cereus !
he found he was dealing with a pole-cat.
Somebody had occasion to buy a new suit
of clothes that day.
On Saturday evening last, your corre
spondent was a spectator at an exhibition
given by the boys in our borough school
house. In justice to them he would, say
it was truly a success, far surpassing all
expectations. The stage was. well arrang
ed and tastefully decorated with emblems
and evergreens, with a large flag for the
background, and brilliantly lit up with
lamps. All in all, it eclipsed anything of
te kind that it has ever been my privi
lege iC witness at a country exhibition.
The pr?,5ramIne consisted of original
and select speeC.bes and essays, dialogues,
songs, and poetry, h2 which were so well
delivered and enacted tht it were invidi
ous to particularize any of the performers.
The room vis crowded to excess. The
boys are entitled to the thanks of alPwii
were present for the rich treat afforded at
their -'Fifth Annual Exhibition."
LETTER FROM J0ENSTOWN SAD ACCIDENT A :
HAN EUN OVCB BY THK CABS AND TKKKIBLT
MCTlbATED WANTED : A PUBLIC HOSPITAL
AND A 8AVINO BANK TBE PIBST OP APBIL
Johnstown, April 5, 1869.
To the Ediiore oj The Alleghanian :
On Tuesday last, Martin Logan, a pud
dlers' helper, while crossing one of the
many railroads adjoining the rolling mill,'
was knocked down and run over by a truck
car driven by the locomotive "Cambria."
He sustained the loss of one leg just be
low the knee, and a bad fracture of the
other. No blame is attached to the engi
neer. The poor man was carried to his
home, if we can call the place by that name
a wretched hovel, scarcely fit for a dog
kennel. Dr. Lowmah attended to his in
juries, and has since had him removed to
better, quarters, where he i3 doing well.
What a blessing a public hospital will be
for such cases ! And blessings on the no
ble men who have the project in charge.!
Another institution is lacking in our
enterprising city, which, in our humble
opinion, would be of immense benefit to
the majority of our people, I refer to a
Saving Bank, preperly conducted, wherein
workingmen could deposit their hard
earned savings. By means of such an in
stitution, many a dollar would be saved
from the coffers of saloon-keepers.
The first of April came this year as
usual the day succeeding the 31st of
March. Strange as it may appear, how
ever, it came entirely unknown to the ju
diciary of the city, for two distinguished
members of the bench actually visited the
Houston House, arrayed in broadcloth,
to marry .a couple mythical of course.
They ultimately discovered that the mar
riage" certificate would have to be dated
"April 1st:" We understand that in. or
der to turn the joko and have the laugh
on the other sidethc aforementioned gen
tlemen have institutedlegal proceedings
against, the supposed perpetrators of the
double sell. T t j
divers letters were called for upon the
facetious first of this fickle month, for
which our. urbane P. M. had but one an
swer "1st of April !" There were also
several surprise parties one at Mr. Mor
rill's, which was a very enjoyable affair.
J O. Sefton's dramatic company will
open in the new Union Hall on Tuesday
next, ior a season of six nights. Jo.
wouldn't travel with any but a first-class
company, and will be well patronized.
VThe Sea of Ice" first night. Damon.
; He Did. A friend says he has a dear,
loving little wife, and an excellent house
keeper. On her birth-day she moved her
low rocking chair cldse. to his side. He
was reading. She placed" her dear little
hand lovingly on his arm and moved it
slowly along toward his collar. He felt
nice all over. He certainly expected a
kiss. Dear, sweet, loving creature ! An
angel 1 She moved her hand up and
down his coat sleeve. "Husband!" said she.
''What, my dear ?"- "I was just thinking
r7 Wcre you my love ?" "I was just
thinking that we had better begin buying
our groceries and flour from M. L. sOat
man's cheap store, as I see by the papers
and learn from our neighbors that he sells
eheaper than any other merchant." Hus
band thought so too, and forthwith order
ed a barrel of Oatman's best flour, some
thing we advise all our readers to do who
wish to get the best and cheapest in the
M. B. B. C. A stated meeting of the
Mountaineer Base Ball Club will be held
in .ine ourt liouse to-morrow (Friday)
evening, commencing at 7 o'clock. A full
aUfrtidance requested, as business of im
portance w ill be transacted.
. Clothing. Jusi at this time of year
.a-new spring suit of clothbj s neeufd by all
who wish to be neatly and fashionably did.
In order that our readers may know where
to get the cheapest as well as the latest anJ
most pproved style, we will here mention
that the Messrs. Leopold & Bro. of Johns
town are acknowledged the leading clothing
merchants of the place. Buy from them.
.Great Excitement. Johnstown
shook to its center by the immense thronp
wending their way to L. Mayer's dry goods
emporium. His large and beautiful eelection
of dres? goods ' surpasses any and all com
bined in the place, and his prices lower than
the lowest. Save your money and get an ar
ticle that suits you by calling at this store.
wNot Denied. We have yet to learn
of a single instance in which merchants hare
denied that M. L. Oatman does not sell cheap
er goods and a better quality than all others.
Every day new patrons are added to his list
of customers. Ptople will buy where the
best goods can be obtained for the least
; Farmers I If yott purpose buying a
mowing machine we advise you to call on
our hardware merchant Geo. Huntley, who
is aeent in this nlace for the well known and
( popular Etna machine, universally acknowl-
eaed Jhe model machine of the day. See it
before bnyii; any other.
3n:;FACT.lverybody is free to admit
init Spence surpass,?8 a11 competitors in tak
ing a correct likeness. He has at great ex
pense supplied himself with .'ar?e and com
modious rooms end every facility known to
the' art, thus feeling confident that entire
satisfaction will be given in every instance
TnE public are interested in knowing
wher'e the best article of tinware can be had
and at moderate prices. It is scarcely nec
essary to say that T. W. Williams' is the
place.. This branch of tmsiness made a
speciality. Repairing done promptly.
iRST Arrival. R. R. Davis, ahead
fji.1 competitors, has received his new goods,
embracing the finest selection of dress goods,
ladies', shoes, bat a, caps, boots and shoes,
"ever. h rough t to town. Everything cheap.
Go and get jf bargain.
Cib'ARS. C- T. Roberts' stock of cigars
is Vtfrely equaled for both number and qual
ity outside our large manufacturing estab
lishments. If you want a good cigar at the
loweat price in town, we advice you to go. to
C. T. Roberts. .
Gone East. V. S. Barker, one of Eb
ensburg's most popu lar merchants, has gone
east to lay in his spring goods. Ladies, look
out for something beautiful, fashionable and
desirable. Valley always dupliys excellent
taste, in his selections.
. We were shown some ae goods suita
ble for business suits at the store of A. A.
Barker & Son, which, if we may judge, are of
nstjje and quality that will suit the tastes
of an appreciative public. See for yourself.
A SSIGNEE APPOINTED.
XJj In the District Court of the Ucited
t States, for the Western District of Pennsylva
nia. In the matter ot John M. King, Bankrupt.
The undersigned hereby, gives notice of bis
appointment as Assignee of John M. King, of
Johnstown, in the county of Cambria, and
State of Pennsylvania, within Bald District,
who was adjudged u Bankrupt upon his own
petition, by the District Court of ?aid District.
Dated at Hollidaysburg, this 15th dy of
March. A. D. 18e.
MARTIN L. LOXGKNECKER, Assignee.
Marvh IS 3t; ,
RICES GOING DOWN!
EBENSBURG . HARDWARE $ HOUSE
1 once pior.e return ray sincere thrtn'lcs to
my ol friends' and customer's for thir lib
eral patronage - extended towards me; and
now, owing to the great fall in prices, by
which many articles can be sld as cheap a3
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 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 A5D CUPBOARD LOCKS, CATCIIES,
BOLTS, HINGES, SCREWS,
WINDOW SPRINGS," SHUTTER HINGES,
WINDOW GLASS, NAILS, PUTTY,
BORING MACHINES, AUGERS, CHISELS,
' BRACES asd BITS, nATCHETS,
SQUARES, COMPASSES, TRY SQUARES,
BEVELS, TOCKET RULES,
JACK, SMOOTHING, . and FOR PLANES,
PANEL PLOWS, LEVELS,
SASH, RAISING, asd MATCH PLANES,
PAW SETS, BENCH SCREWS,
CROSS-CUT, PANEL, RIP, COMPASS, and
GAUGES, OIL STONES, SCREW DRIVERS
PLOWS, POINTS, SHOVELS,
FORKS, SCYTnES and SNATHES, RAKES
HOES, SPADES, SHEEP SHEARS,
HORSE BRUSHES, CARDS, CURRYCOMBS,
BELLS, HAMES, WHIPS,
BUT, TRACE, BREAST, II ALTER , PITH,
TONGUE, and LOG CHAINS,
RIFLES, SHOT GUNS, REVOLVERS, At
POWDER, SHOT, CAPS, LEAD, POUCHES,
POWDER FLASKS, GAME BAGS,
GUN LOCKS, MAIN SPRINGS, PIVOTS, &c.
LAMPS and OILS,
COOKING, PARLOR, a HEATING STOVES
TIN and SHEET IRON WARE,
WASHING MACHINES, and WRINGERS,
&c, &c, &c, &c, &c, &c.
Alto FLOUR, TEA, COFFEE, SUGAR, &c.
TOBACCO ani CIGARS.
Odd Stove riates, Grates, and Fire Brick
aJways on hand to suit Stoves sold by me.
Well and Cistern Pumpt and Tubing at man
Spouting made, painted, and put up, at low
gy- Persons owin debta of long stan
ding will confer a favor by calling and paying
up a? soon as convenient, as il takes a great
deal of money to keep up my stock and Pay
expenses, and owing to the small profit J that
I am making on goods I cannot afford togiv'C
long credit the interes would soon eat up
the profits. GEO. HUNTLEY.
Ebeneburg, Aug, 13, 1868."
CLOTHING, DRY GOODS,
BOOTS and SHOES,
liATS, CAPS) 4c.
High-st -Ebensburg, Pa.
CANNED FRUIT, of all kinds at
V. S. BARKER'S, Ebensburg, Pa,
LARGE STOCK OF SUMMER
Goods at reduced prices at V S. B.'a.
EW STOCK of C.LOTniXG VERY
cheap at V. S. BARKER'S, Ebensburg.
FRUIT CANS NEW STYLE at V.
S. BARKER'S Ebensburg, Pa,
BOOTS AND SHOES CHEAP AT
V. S. BARKER'S, Ebensburg, T.
ALL PAPERS ALL STYLES
at V. S. BARKER'S, Ebensburg, Pa.
- Xanvfacturtr of
BARRELS. KEGS, TUBS
MEAT-STANDS, CHURNS, &c.
uag!3); Kbeksbckw, Pa.
HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS
IIOOFLAND'S GERMAN TONIC,
The Great Remedies for all Diseases of the
Liver, Stomach or Digettive Organ.
nOOFLAND'S GERMAN. BITTERS
Is composed of the pure juices for. as ther
are medicinally termed. Extracts) of Roots,
ucrDs, ana uarKg, JHL making a prepara
tion, highly concentrated," and entirely fre
from alcoholic admixture of any kind.
iiuu(LAMa JiEKMAN TONIC
Is a combination of al! the ingredients of
the BitterSj with the purest quality of San t
Crus Rum, Orange, &c, making one of the
most pleasant, agreeable remedies ever of
fered 1 the public.
Those prelerring a Medicine free from Al
coholic admixture, will use
II 00 FLA NO'S GERMAN DITTERSi
. Those who have Ko objection to the torn
bination of the Bittern, as stated, will use
IIOOFLAND'S GERMAN TONIC.
They are both equaPy good, and conUin
the same medicinal virtues, the choice be
tween the two being a mere matter of taste,
the Tonic being the most palatable. ... .
The stomach from a variety of causes,
auch as Ind'gestion, Dyspepsia, Nervous De
bility, etc.. is very apt to have its functions
deranged. The Liver, svmpathiiing a? close
ly as it does with the Stomach then be
comes affected, the result of which is
that the patient suffers from several or more
of the following diseases:
Constipation, Flatulence, Inward Piles.
Fulness of Blood to the Head, Acidity ol the
Stomach, Nausea, Heartburn, Disgust for
Food, Fallness or Weight in the Stomach,
Sour Eructations, Sinking or fluttering at
the pit of the Stomach, Swimming of the
Head, Hurried or Difficult Breathing, Flut
tering at the Heart, Choking or Suffocating.
Sensations wLen in a Jjing posture, Dimness
of vision, Dots or web3 before the eight, 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
Imaginings of Evil, and great depression of
Spirits. - ,
The sufferer from these diseases should
exercise the greatest caution in the selection
of remedy for his case, purchasiug only
that which he is assured from his investiga
tions ar.d inquiries, possesses true mer
it, skilfully conlpdnnded, is free from injuri
ous ingredient, and established for itself a
reputation for the cure of these diseases. In
this connection we would submit those well
known remedies Hoofland'e German Bitten,
and Ilooland'a German Tontt, prepared by
DR. C. M. JACKSON, PHILADELPHIA, PA.
Thirty-five ytars Bince they were first in
troduced, into this country from Germany,
during which time they have undoubtedly
performed more cures, and benefitted suffer
ing humanity to a greater extent, than any
other remedies known to the public.
These remedies will effectually cire Liver
Complaint, Jaundice, Dyspepsia, Chronic or
Nervous Debility." fT Chronic Diarrhoea,
Disease of the Kidneys, and all diseases aris
ing from a disordered Liver, Stomach or In
testines. DEBILITY RESULTING FROM ANY CAUSE
whatever Prostration of the System, in
duced by Sevtre Labor, Hardships,
Exposure, Fever, &c.
There is no medicine extant equal to thesa
remedies in such cases. A tone and vigor
is imparted to the whrjle system, the appe
tite is strengthened, fotd is enjoyed, the
stomacn digests properly, the blood is puri
fied; the complexion becomes sound and
healthy, the yellow tinoe is eradicated from
the eye3, a bloom is given to the cheeks, and
the weak and nervous invalid becomea a
strong and healthy being.
PERSONS ADVANCED IN LIFE.
And feeling the hand of time weighing heav
ily upon them, with all its attendant ill,
will find in the use of this Bitters, or the
Tonic, an elixir that will. instil new lite intd
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 t 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 TT expression, "never
teel well." They are languid, devoid of all
energy, extremely nefVoiis, and have no ap
petite. To this class of persons the Bitters, or the
Tonic, is especially recommended.
WEAK AND DELICATE CHILDREN
Are made strong by the use of either of
these remedies. They will cure every cas
of MARASMUS, without fail.
Thousands of certificates have accumula
ted in the hands of the proprietor, but space
will allow of the publication of but a few.
Those, it will be observed, are from aen of
note, and ot such standing that they must
Hon. Geo. W. Woodward, Chief justice of
the Supreme Court of Pa., writes ': Philadel
phia, March 16, 186?. "I find Hoofland's
German Bitters is a W good, tonro, useful
in diseases of the digestive organs, and of
great benefit in cases of debility, and want
of nervous action in the system.
Yours, truly, Gso. W. Woodwad."
Hon. James Thompson, Judge of the Su
preme Court of Pennsylvania.
riiiLAnEtmiA, April 28, 1866.
'I consider n6ofl md's Qerthaa Bitters' a
valuable medicine i.-i case of attacks of Indi
gestion or Dyspepsia. I can certify this from
my experience of it. Yours, Ac.
"JAMES f HOMPSON."
From Rev. Joseph Kennard, D. D., Pastor
of the Tenth Baptist Church, Philadelphia.
Dr. Jackson Dear Sir : I have been frequent
ly requested to connect my name with re
commendations of different kinds of medi
cines, but regarding the practice as out of
my appropriate sphere.! have in all cases de
clined ; but with a JSP clear proof in vari
ous instance?, and particularly in my own
family of the use of Dr. Heofland's German
Bttr, I depart for . ichce . from my usual
course, to. express my ftlll conviction that,
for pVn oral debility Jf the system, and es
pecially for Liver CbmplaiaVjt a safe and
valuable preparation. In some cases it may
fail ; but usually, I doubt no.; it will be very
braffu-iril to lice who suffer from theabovo
cause?. Yours, very respectfullv.
'J. II. KENNARD
HftoBand's Merman Remedies are onnter
feited. See that the ignatu'ie ot C. M
JACKSON" is on the X wrapper of each
bottle. All 'others art counterfeit.
, Principal t.'flice, Knd Manufactory at the
German Medicine Store, No. 631 ARCH-3t.,
CHARLES M. EVANS, Proprietor.
Formerly C. M. JActtsos Co.
Iloofland'S German Bitttrs, per bottle, $1 OA
" " halfdoien, 5 00
Hoofland's German . ToDtc, pnt up in quart
bottles, $1 60 per bottle, or a half dozen fot
Do Ptt forget to examine well the kr
ticl6 yor buy, in order ta gt tbe gtuuine.
jTftr sale by all Druggifts ondStorekreper?,