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MimoiiAXDA.-Onc f the servant irls
' , .i Prison Mountain House
hnndreJ and seme thirty odd del-
last week.... Although the
weather in this section has been unusually
wct wc sec by our exchanges that in Homo
parts of the State crops arc suffering very
imcU for the want of rain. In Lancaster
rouaty, springs that were scarcely ever
known to fail before, are now almost dry.
.It is estimated that about $50,000 worth
( berries arc shipped from
Cambria county during the berry season.
ltoona has a driving course.... A man
keeping bachelor's hall in AHoona, went
Lome one night last week and found hii
domicile ransacked and a considerable .sum
of money carried away ...Our farmers
have pretty generally got their grain crops
cut. The crops were excellent.. ..Beales,
the Altoona incendiary, was convicted of
arson last week, and gen fenced to the pen
itentary for four years.... A series of rob
beries were perpetrated iu Tyrone on
Thurs-liy night lat. The store of Study
& Uro , was entered and robbed of 8400
in money. The money drawer of Jacob
Steven, saloon keeper, was also robbed.
And tlic clothing store of Goldman and
KrgeI....On Saturday lat, Mr. Herman
Kephart of Gajvport, Blair county, while
engaged in uncoupling freight cars at
Dniicansville, got his wrist between the
hiiuipcre and had it badly mashed. ...On
Saturday afternoon last, Michael McEar-
land, of Hollidaysburg, Ivhilst cleaning his
cngiue in Johnston's nail factory, had his
fro M finirer badly mashed. ...Hon. P. J.
MutcII returned to Johnstown from his
western trip on Saturday of last week
The .season for killing tr6ut closed on the
:il.-t ult., and the speckled beauties will
t ujny ;i respite for tVio next six months.
Tho l iw is a most excellent one, -and it is
to bo looped that any one caught violating
it will receive the full benefit of its pro
iM'oiis....lienj. Iloltzncr, an accomplice
h the murder of riralon was released from
J iil on bad fm Monday latt ...The exceed
ing: coolness of the weather (hesu evenings
make warm fires, overcoats. H a terns al
together comi'oitable The knife, which
it is- saiJ. was used in killing l'halon was
t'nind in a jilo of saw-dust one day last
wrtk....John S. II hey recovered the
4 lothing taken from his office the night of
tlo circus. A colored individual nau.ed
Monroe had fastened to them.. ..A school
for the education of small bys, between
tbc ages of 4 and 12 years will be opened
in this place on the second Monday of Sep
tember, under the direction of the Sisters
of St. Joseph.
Ulair County Court. The Blair
County Quarter Sessions last week were
.occupied principally in the trial of the Al
toona incendiaries. Thomas A. Beales,
John B. Campbell, and James A. McCon
iell, were arrainged on Tuesday morning,
-n a charge of having fired the lumber
yard tf D. k C. Moore, on the 4th of June
1-ist. A vol. pro, was entered by the
District Attorney in favor of the two last
named in order to enable them to turn
States' evidence. Their testimony elicited
the tact that they, in company with Beales
on (lie night in question, proceeded to the
lumber yard ; That Beales struck a match
and et fire to the lumber, and that all
three retired a short distance and waited
till the alarm of fire was given, after which
they all ran to the engine house, took out
the apparatus, and went to the fire. Upon
their testimony Beales was convicted.
List of Lktters. Followi ug are the
uncalled for letters remaining in the Eb
en.burg 1. O. August 1, 18G!) :
Miss Ellen Albaugh, A$st. Assessor, Rich
"1 liotuback, C. D. Bradhead, Mr. Bailv,
MB3 Ida C. Dnrsie, Thomas Davis, (smith,)
Jobn Curry, Miss Mary I). Evans, Miss Mary
Evans, David If. Evans, E. & A. Evans
Andrew Gittings, Miss Ann Hitch, A. llarn
"eu Wm. II. Uughea, Mrs. Morgan Hughes,
J, l. James, Miss Harriet James, Sirs. Cath
nne Jiimes, Thomar L. Jones, John Jt. Jones,
Jones, Mrs. Mary Jon3, 2, Mrs. Margt
ones J. J. Kaylor, Leib & Hopple, Qeo. K.
nt .Joseph Mack, Eiss Mary J. McConnell,
" Mien Marphey, Miss Amanda McCuire
Rin"8 M"Sulte. 2 Mrs. Jane Mahon, Jos. S.
S Mr- Jae Roland, M. Roberts. Miss
waggle Roberts, Ceorgo Riagan, Mrs. Eliza-
. M'3J M"y Shaffer, Miss Mary K. Sher
'r. Mi.BMary Sherry, John Tiernv, Adam
ul6on 3 Sewmg Machine. "
. . ift A. M.i
Wll, to bcip, tho cjiect has arrived.
The Happy Fondly wear smllinc. fare!?,
on't. They are not posted. I am.
Who'll carry tho pnrao, thai's tr. question?
I know who eoiihl tise it to the best ad
vantage, lut pay uiodesty prevents, me
fronj iust inent-iortipg the person. It is a
positior) mvich sought f0y. is a position
that reiuircs a man capable, of knowing
how ia take eare of the spoils, t Who'll it
be ? The sotith ving claim it mut be
used there, or defeat will be the resnlt.
The north wing claim they must have it.
What's to be done ? I would suggest that
it be used in establishing whisky shops in
some of our Republican districts where
such institutions arc not known. Happy
thought ! Didn't half think tike I can,
cither. I will report further in regard to
this matter again.
Next comes tho appointment of Anna
for Co. Auditor, vice Kennedy, who de
clined. Does said appointment suit us.
Echo answers no ! no ! Another man on
the ticket who docs not suit tho masses.
Defeat comes buzzing around my cars like
a mosquito on a hotsultry night. Uufc such
it is. If a man from Ebcnsburg or Johns
town could not have been prevailed to ac
cept the position, why not urge Jehueay
Wickerhoff to bo the coming man, who, it
might be mentioned stands six foot in
stocking feet, wears his suspenders, cros
sed, as you know all great men do; has an
excellent capacity for whisky ; he knows
no South, no North, no East, no West,
nor no nothing. Such are Jehueay 's claims
on the party. But, like a watermelon, he
I am informed your Convention will
meet in a short time. 1 ve been thinking
all along that it would. Our party are
afraid ofyour nominations. So am I. There
is no use in keeping it a secret any long
er. I hear it whispered that the sum of
10,000 is to be used to secure the elec
tion of your county ticket. I know how
the slato reads. Few do, though.
The political situation from our stand
point of view is everything but a pleasant
one. The Happy Family are at work.
The county has been scoured, with very-
unfavorable reports. JJissatisiaction pre
vails everywhere. "Wiekerholf is dissatis-
ficd. So am I. What Democrat isn't.
Heretofore I'orter's election was consider
ed certain, but now put down as doubtful
Kennedy's withdrawal lias created a great
deal of excitement. Some think he has
lett the party and taken Washington
townshit with him. Such subjects I do
not like to dwell upon. Believe me and
don't believe anybody else. Ouseuver
A tad r.nd painful ac
in Cambria township
three miles north of Ebcnsburg, on Fri
last. A little girl aged near
vcLrs. and daughter of David
Fowcll, had one of her legs cut off above
the ankle by a mowing machine, which her
father was employed with cutting grass
The professional services of Dis. Lemon
and Evans were summoned and mcdica
aid rendered. The amputation of tho lc
was periect. The father s attention was
directed in anotner direction wnen the
little 'jirl was coming to meet him, thus
causing the accident. The little sufferer
is doing well under the circumstances.
The Coming Eclipse. An eclipse o
1 r . ill.l.l
the tun, the most rcuiarkaMc mat na? oc
curred for many years, and the liko of
which will net be seen again for many gen
erations, occurs cn Soturday next. It
will be total ever a narrow path extending
over a portion of the Western State,
Kentucky and North Carolina, and end
ing in the Atlantic Ocean. Iowa, Illinois
and Kentucky will be particularly favord
with a view of the celestial phenomenon.
The total eclipse will only last about two
minuteH and fifty second. Extensive prep
arations have been made bv scientific men
f jr a fair view of the
great celestial woa-
Visn ous. Our friend and subscriber,
Col. Robt. A. M'Coy, chief clerk in the
Surveyor General's office at Harrisburg,
paid us a pop vbit oue day last week.
Mr. R." II. Thompson, clerk in the
Philadelphia post office, arrived home on
Tuesday. Philadelphia life agrees with
Thos. Fenlou,Esq. and family, formerly
of this place, but now of Leavenworth,
Kansas, arrived in this place the other
day. - -
Mr. Wm. Rodgcrs was at home oa a
flying visit for a couple of days.
Glad to see them all.
Died. On the 4th , inst., at his resi
dence in Cambria township, south of Eb
ensburg, , Isaac Jones, aged, about ?3
Tun -New C&Mteseiv bhns
tf .m H 6ivtiot: -ftpo 'sb
rfgaY:-' fho borclar; ktho ork ft
pultioq. ; On tra left is tlq y&H6, ? f
girl and on the right the soa of tq '('reas
urer. Tb,3 back of h'e roto h iqdqrsed tho
same as tho notes of the old issua. ThS'
paper of the curreqey note 3 up.erioif to
that of the eurrenoey notes heretofore; in -use..'-
Instead, of the flafihyrquze hera
fhre uedj an engTaved seal printed in red,,
has been substituted. The ' fifteen-dent
.. . . -1 ..... i . i . . . . . .- 1 i .
notes 'will bear a representation,' of; the
(home of tho capUol. Hr. Fcs?Quelens
head is taken off the twenty-five $ent
notes, and that of Washington sudstltutQd
while Mr. Lincoln's faeo will replace that
of Mr. Spinner on. the fifty-cent notes,
The New Greenbacks. The new
one-dollar notes will have a, vignetto of
Washington, and a representation of
Columbu3 discovering America on. tho
:c, instead of the vignette of Chcif
Justice Chase as on those now in uso. The
two-dollar notes illw have a vignette of
Jefferson and a view of the Capitol, in
piaco oi mo vignetto oi i1 ranknn,.as on 1
1 i. ft ... -JL.J
those now in uso. Tho plates for these
notes have been engraved at the Treasury
Department. The Jack's of the ones wll
be printed by the National Bank 'Note.
Company of New York, and that of the
two3 by the American Comdany of the
same city- Ihe designs lor the nves, tens.
twenties, and other denominations have
not yet been determined upon.
Cambria Member We notice that
our esteemed citizen, Hon. A. A. .barker
has been chosen the Cambria county meuii .
ber of the Republican State Central Com
mittee. The selection of ilr. 'Barker to
this position is one which gives universal
satisfaction to the Republican party of the
county. With his thorough acquaintance1
of the wanta of the party, and his' large
political expci fence, he will prove himself
of great value both to the Committee and
party. He is one of those hard-j orking
politicians who, when he undertakes any
thing is sure to succeed. io better ap
pointment ceuld have been niade.
Shook Snor Burned. Oa Fritlay
night last, the shook shop belonging to
Messrs. A. A. Barker & Son, loqated i
Susquehanna township, this county, was
discovered to be on fire. Befor alartn
could be given the flames bad made euxrh
headway that the shop, together with a
Iarcrc quantity ot shook and staves were
soon consumed. The Messrs. Barker's
loss will be in the neighborhood of $300,
It is supposed to be the work of iucendaria-
Died. At his residence, in this place,
on Sunday 1st inst., Dr. Robert S.
Bunn, agei 44 years, 4 months' aud 15
days. The deceased was a most amiable,
honest and upright man. In his profc.5-
s.on to uukui iiremct. ins reui,iii.&
wer:- i-jii.wcd to thj :rr?.v.- by a lar
:ijd acjijuaintanccf. Mn"
el'j cf friends
Olr Telegram.'. The telegraph j
coming ! - Before another issue of our fi
ner, the telegraph to Ebcnsburg will net
only be talked of. but a reality. The polos
necessary for the construction, have bevh
distributed, and workmen are engaged jn
putting them in their proper place, while
others arc engaged putting up tho wjre.
The Frfdti'iii suggests celebrating the
event. We second it. What say ? i
Timr Fixed. Rev. 31 r. Christy in
forms us that the pastorial residence be
longing to the Catholic
this place which is to bo disposed ofby
chance (82 perchance) will positively .couie.
off during the fiist week ofthp coining
court. We shall give due notice' of the
time and day of the drawing. X
Ouu Station. The station house of
tho E. & C. It. R., at this place, has un
dergone a thorough repairing. New sills
have been placed under the building; and
the platform around the building has been
rclaid. A number of other improvements
have been madeTnside the building.
Notice. Dr. D. W. Zeigler, the well
known and popular dentist, will make a
professional visit to Canrdltown on ,tle
ICth inst., and remain a few days. The
Doctor can be consulted at his rooms Tit
Lawrence Schrotto's hotel, where we con-;
fidently advise those desiring any work in
tho dental line to give him a call " 'vi
Confidenced. A man who hails from
Clearfield, met a couple confidence men in
Philadelphia the other day, and after a
bargain was made for some lumber, they
succeeded in fleecing him to the tunc of
Died. In Cambria tp., on Wednesday
of last week, , Mrs, Elizabeth Rowland,
aged 78 years. (
, pi m 4ti$tihz - - -
wpscttirsij of his carriage and his hor fal
Uog upon him. Jig Q Ipiprpving-,'
Mr, ntnppy plonnen, an ' eppOycj
.nibria lm mi1
out of th? inlpeS from work was cah't
between one of the ore pare and the side
of thy drift. the 0 tll? aceijt
Mr. O'Xionnell had several picks on his
shoulders, the points of which, were driven
into his back until stopped by the handles.
Mr. O'Donnell lingered in great agony for
about fivo hours when he died. Ho was
buried last Friday by the St, Peters Be
nevolent Society of which ho . was a nicm
hcr. Ilia remains were followed. to its
last resting place by one of the largest fu.
. rerals that has ever taken place in this
Thc.Tannehill troupe gave two enter
tainments to crowded houses at Parke's
Opera house, on Friday and Saturday
mings lastj They give another enter
tainment to night. .
The Independent Sr. base ball club was
reorganized one evening last week by
electing John Gore, Sr., President ; Jno.
Odgen, Vice President; Harry Rosen-
steel, Secretary. .....
There is some talk about making a pub
lic park out of the public square, which
would he a great advantage to the citizens
of the town. Dio.
The Freeman says : Some six or eight
years ago a man named Andrew Shaffer,
residing iu Jackson township, this Coun
ty, partially mutliatcd his person in a way
not necessary to describe, and one day
last week attempted to finish the job and
came very near finishing himself. Shaf
fer hed been on a spree and was absent
froin home for several days, but on Wednes
day of last week, we think, he was found
by a member of his family in a meadow
near the house, his outcries h aving attract
ed attention to him, and his injuries were
then supposed to be of fatal character,
but we since learn that he is in a fair way
of recovering. Mr. S. is the father of a
grown up family , and is well advanced in
years. His shocking mutilation of his
person was probably the result of a species
of insanity superinduced in both instances
by an intemperate use of spiritrus liquors
New Banking House. A new Bank
ing House has been established in Johns
town, on main street, under the name and
firm of Messrs. John Dibert & Co. The
junior member of the firm, Mr. John D.
Roberts, formerly of this place, and bite
assistant cashier of the First National
Bank of Johnstown, has been appointed
cashier. We wish the gentlemanly pro
. We direct attention to the advertise
ment in another column of Valentine
I,u'.trir:gcr, who, it will be seen, has bought
th.-stock and fictures of T. W. Williams'
til? shop. We bespeak for him a Jarge
t-h.-ire of patronage, as he is agoop mechanic
and Joe J all kinds of work as cheap
the cheapest, and as good as the best.
BnuGLARY. On Friday night of lasl
week, the store of J. & P. M. Brown of
Summerhill,' Cambria county, was
entered by burglars, who succeeded in
carrying away $20. No clue to the rob
bers. Among the most enterprising business
men in town is our merchant friend V. S.
3arker, who, it i3 ncknowlf dged by all keeps
the Lest assortment of clothing in town.
Not this alone jiakes it an object to buy from
him. butthe e.xtreirelj low prices at which he
is ofTeriDg his goods to the public. See.
If you want ladies', misses', childrens ,
men'?, or boys' shoes, go to the chenp store of
Messrs. A. A. Darker & Son, High Etreet,
Ebensburg. They are selling wonderfully
low and everybody should take advantage of
these liberal inducements.
Fry, Ahead. Fry, tho popular mer
chant, is ahead of all competitors for selling
ol-y It's iTtact. Everybody eays eo, and
what everybody aays must be true. Go and
see for yourself.
Buy your fruit cans at Huntley's if you
want the best and by odds the cheapest in
town. His stock is larpo and comprises all
the different kinds manufactured. Everybody
c-an be supplied.
Buy your flour from Y. S. Brrker.
Ebexsbtjbg, Aug- 5, 18C9.
Reported for The Alleghanian by V. S. Barker.
Apples, dried, lb.. 20lVheat, bu - 1.60
Rp.n 3 00 Oats 7a
Corn, bu 125
Eggs, doz - 20
I lour, bbl...7.508.0t!
Hat, ton 20.C0
Lard, lb 20
Fish, Lake Her 6.00
" While....... 11.00
Flaxseed, bu..... 2.50
Beeswax, lb 35
Country Soap.... 10
Philadelphia, Aug. 5, 18G9.
Flour, $5 to $3. Wheat, $1.45 to $2.00
Colfce, 22c. to 20c. Suar, Uc. to IC.
cue a p. CLormxo.
jVF w style dr ess goods,
new style dress goods.
NEW STYLE PRESS GOODS,
BET FIOHR IN TOWN.
TEST FLOUR IN TOWN.
BEST FLQUR IN TOVVN,
THE PLACE TO GET GOOD TEA,
THE PLACE TO GET GOOD TEA,
THE PLACE TO GET GOOD TEA,
V. S. BflRKFR'S CHEAP STORE,
V. S. RAFKFR'S CHEAP STDRF,
V. S. BARKER'S CHEAP STORE,
EBENSB UR G, PA.
r It O FITS.
RICES GOING DOWN:
EBEXS1SURG HARDWARE .j- HOUSE
I once more return my 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 Wiitits of the
public, I take pleasure in announcing
caa and will sell goods at a lees figure than
any similar establishment in city or country.
My stock wiircoasisi ia part as follows:
DOOR and CUPBOARD LOCKS, CATCHES,
COLTS, HINGES, SCREWS,
WINDOW SPRINGS, SHUTTER niXGES,
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, and
AND IN FACT
ANYTHING YOU WANT
F?,VNlV3 tifcStiVV fiiTTPr.M
a f 055i i?fvi tf Ilia s-xv iueii (t. a il;
Ijffy A k,' waf.tp.jf ft prrprtra
U n Hjv.Mruc. i't ft! iP5rf,!',fnM of
Tftostf p.-cfrrrhiif a tfedidne fYce n-;n Al.
coholH' a'l'iiixturc, will uso
HOtiKLANfVS USRMAN BITTERS.
Tntjse in ho, hi ait objection to t'ae com,
tinaiion of the Bittev3, n stated, !1I ysa
HOOI'LANIVfi U'UMAN TOXiO.
They are both enuaP.y gaad, and, crn!.!a
idne median,.? virtues, the choice be
tween ihe twe boin n roc-re matter of tas'e
the Tonic' being the mo3t palatable.
Tho atQinach, frm a variety of causes
oueh aa Indigestion, Dyf prU, Nervous Ve,
bility, etc., is very apt to have its iur.ctior.a
deranged. The Liver, tyropathuir.g iis clcc, '
ly &3 it does with the Stomach "tfen be
come atfcfted, tho rcsnU of-which ia
that the patient suffer-s fnira several or xore
of the following dhenses ;
Constipation, Flatulence, Inward TUes.
Fulness of Blood to the Head, Acidity oltha
Stomach, N.iusea, Heartburn, Disgust for
Food, Fullness or Weight in tho btonach,
Sour Eruotatiora, Sinking or fluttering at
tho pit of the Stomach, Swimming cf ihe
IlaiJ, Hurried or Difficult Brelhiug, Flnt
trring at the Heart, Choking or Suffocating
Sanitations when ir. a ling j.omiuc, Diyinesi
of vision, Dots or web." btfor the sight, dull
pain in tho Head, Deficiency of Perspiration.
Yellowness of the Skin and Eves. Pain in the
Side, Rack, Chest, Limbs, etc, . Su Jdf n Flush
i f Heat, Burning In the flesh. Constant
maginings of Evil, and great depression of
The sufferer from these diseases should
exercise the greatest caution in the selection
or o remedy for his case, purchasing only
that which he is assured from his investiga
tions and inquiries, possesses true mer
it, skilfully compounded, i free from injuri
ous ingredients, and established for itself a
reputation for the cure of these diseases. In
this connection we would submit these well
known remedies Hoc thin 's German Bitters,
and Iloofland's German Tome, prepared by
Ult. U. Jl. JACKSON. PHILADELPHIA. FA.
Thirty-live years since they were 6rst in
troduced into thi3 country from Germany,
during which time they have undoubtedly
performed more cures, and beneGtted suffer
ing humanity to a greater extent, than any
other remedies known to the public.
These remedies will effectually cure Liver
Complaint, Jaundice, Dyspepsia, Chronic or
Nervous Debility, "F1 Chronic Diarrhoea.
Disease of the Kidneys, and all diseases arts
ing from a disordered Liver, Stomach or In
DEBILITY RESULTING FROM 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
tite is strengthened, food is enjoyed, tho .
stomach digests properly, the blood is puri
fied, tho complexion become3 sound and
healthy, the yellow tinge is eradicated from
the eyes, a bloom is given to the cheeks, and
the weak and nervous iuvalid becomes a.
Strong and healthy being.
PERSONS A D V. NCED IN L IF E,
And feciing 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, r.n elixir thai will instil new lite into
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.
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
h-el well." They are languid, devoid of all
energy, extremely nervous, and have no. p-
To this class of persons tho letter, or tlie
Tonic, is especially recommended.-
WEAK AND DELICATE CHILDREN
Are maJo strong by the nse of either of
these remedies. They will cure every case
of MARASMUS, without fail.
Thousands of errtiCcates have accumula
ted in the hands of t e proprietor, lnt!ppce
will allow of the publication of but a-few.
Those, it will be observed, are froi.i men of :
note, and ot such standing that thc-y must
non. Geo. W. Woodward, Chief Justice of
the Supreme Court of Pa., writes : Philadel
phia, Marsh 16, 1867. "I find Hoo'land'
German Bitters is a good tonic, useful
in disease.-? of the digestive organs, and of
great benefit in cases of debility, and want
of nervous action in the system.
Yours, truly, Geo. W. Voodward."
Hon. James Thompson, Judge of tho Su
preme Court of Pennsylvania.
Philadelphia, April 23, 1SGG.
I consider Hoofland's German Bitters' :i
valuable medicine in case of attacks of Indi
gestion or Dyspepsia. I can certify this from
my experience of It. Yours, c.
From Per. Joser-b I . , , ,
cf the Tenth S" shoddy was
Dr. jaci per cent.
commendations of different kinds of medi
cines, but regarding the practice a3 out of
my appropriate sphere. I have in "all cases de
clined ; but with a DKT clear proof ia vari
ous instances, and particularly in my or, a
family of the use of Dr. Hoofland's German
Hitters, I depart for once from my usual
course, to express my full conviction that,
for general debility of the sys'rm, and cj- .
peci11y for Liver Complain, 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 above
causes. Yours, very respectfully,
"J, H. JvENNAliD."
Hoofland's German Remedies are counter
feitcd. Sec that thesigiiature of C, if
JACKSON is on the 3 wrapper of each
bctllc- AH others are ionutertit.
Principal (:r;ce, r.ud Manufactory at the
Germau Medicine Store, No. G31 AJUCn-St.,
CHARLES M. EVANS, Proprietor.
Formerly C. M. Jacksos Co.
Ilccfland's German Bitters, per bottle, $1 0(V
'' b-ilf t'ozen, 5 0
Hoofland's German Top.ic, put up in quart
bottl-s, $1 .00 per baiile, or a half dozen foi
J" )u not fii'.vrct to c vf.'. -.'tie well thi '.r
ticlc you buy, in o:der to gvt the genuine.
For S.iIg by all Drugjjitif andStorcke-t-pe-rs,
cvcrvrvlicrc. v rnlj-Ci.i