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Edttor and Proprietor.
t kw, 21 told INN, Park.
• French - st
Ca., rt S
Boa:: AND SHOES.,
Co.. 19 North Park.
Z 1271). ',IJ State street.
co alt, state -4.
schlarclecker , 1111 Poach st.
L:ebel, 1117 Parade St.
BOOK' S ST.ITIONERY.
31,,Crears.,k,Moor ,ead, North Park.
,KsELLERS AND NEWS AGENTS,
3 4,41 t Co., 7as State Street.
Pettit. WI Peach st.
irother, 722 State st,
run:ll A FEF.P.
H A rer,tlclr, Park Row. -
S Bra , 519 French st.
„ Wilil,on, Reed irou.e.
Nehitte - Sr... State st.
CROCKERY S GLASSWARE
1 A .;:enny, 12 Park Roo-.
' , t-. S State st. opp. Brown's Hotel.
• :,;.‘ LI t VrlarS, 9 East Seventh st„
Es A REPAIRING.
No 13 North Park Row: f
HA'S AND CAPS,
N 1.1•737.T1 ONE It Y .
1,1 I' orth I:ark Row
' ttltrris AND -2,1 P.DICL • NES. • "•-
t Al'art. , l, sit `tide
..„,q,,-3.1317 Peach st., Just atuive Depot.
",,, k s;rte . ,, 7,t'iState. street.
in,ina-,a Sott.7ll State street.
urch,ll ,s ro.; Whek. '
. p. CA RPETS
Stale st. ,
,• • „ GROCERIES.
1.6 rber . ,t4 0., 31iState street.
WI Peach St.
11. , xford A. Co.. 141 nrl lb t'ktna t, •
01 state st. ,
tijaiar, Corner sth and Stateltt.
~,:.'..irviecker,ti'2l State st.
• ite,2' . 3 East Fifth st. '•
tiaf,74State st. •
a 8r0.. ; sal French st.
qt.& Fendltt , 712 St.. 1.0 st.
r 3: r 4elter, car. Parade ßufralrs sts. •
Coopet, 1240 State St.
-3.11 S Melintutit, 121 French st.
1 - I , l 44:Aker, (tomer of 4th & M„trrtle St.
l;aetG,s Son. Pe7 Farads- st.
1111 N, 1114 Patade ht. •
Near Block, Federal MIL
Brown, If:2i Peach St,
ilrF Neubauer, French st. near the
' • ' BAKERIES.
A Ca., corner State and 3,1 st..
GetisheltnenSt Son, 6102 St tte St .
Canner, 6); State st.
lAA tr, lo North Park.
-n St. Ju.tice, 511 state st.
O.thetmer A Co., 59 ;State st. •
Rocenzwelg, 511 State st. ,
TOBACCO AND CIG:ARS.
\Welshman. 1315 Peach st.
:a; state st.
• w.l.tetil, 517 French st:
rc:terner; 201 lint re'ht. —
Fuess, State id. between 12th A: pepot.
11' Met, Vintercpr.<l.
STOVES AND TINWARE.
Brdl., 701 Stath st. •
4oliri , un Co.. 1010 and le) State Kt.
Rastatter, 0012 Parade st. •
Averv,s2 French st.
Shirk S Whitehead, 12th it Sassafras.
L. ; & Soh; 1215 State at , . '
Co., 11l State st.
& Franz, lit: State st.
Ir. Ayers, 715 state st.
S Bar, State st., near depot?
&. STRAW GOODS.
. Dlnkr, South Park.- '
Gil more, 706 State st.
s,kt& Metz, 1123 State at. •
‘2,y,, 51 East, fit h street.
'ILACITINKN, FOUNDERS AND BOILER
;..'"-• 'lty Ir'on Works, cor. lath and State sts.
Crook It Son. cor. 4th and Peach Os..
WN,I2, Mt Peach et.
COFFEE It SPICE MILLS.
ra. Bccoh a, 1911 Peach st.
RAcco , , 1 , 11 French st:
IRON ,FENCE WORKS. .
Gorr, [2l - 2 State st.. •
WOOD TURNING SlioP.
P.I, 11004-125 i State qt.
I . ..;: ri A n 4. G0., C0 'ea A r, I DE 2th t Peach ßS.
e.o n Eros. It Co., t:Wholefiale) I 5 Park Row.
Ped & Co., cor. 6th d: Myrtle stx. •
PLUNIVIIN a WORKS, •
3 ") . 1.- Hubbard, (Licensed) tor. State a sth sta.
, 1300 R. BNI/RM.
LM. colp 4: son Zevs; tone Bank "Block
fi. Peitao s , zon, ft rSt door bal. Custom }rouge
E.Leobb.arti. Ninth et. bet. Si Rte.& Peach 'lts.
erItERY t RTF, %.7.IIA4RINDI:SIG. .
'r.% )f.en , hrtqcl4, 12.56 Turnpike at.
e COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
Winchell & Co.,titate at. . •
W ; American Block Park Row.
.11EN.11Y M. ALIILET,
, iiiiirnriat Law, Peach street, above Union
' , let. Erie, pa. nortra
GEORGEr fl. CUTLER, •' , • .
.nrney at Law, Girard, Erie County, Pa:
- "t'lloas and other business attended ,to with
J. , lt,ptaeia and dtspatch."• • •
, E. M. I'oLE et .80N,
PA ,l 2nirlersalirl lllanK Book ,tututfaCtuTerst
.I. ,KepooneXatiolia; Bank - . #11'67.4f.
DR. 0. L, ELLIQTT,
s.oatp Ctreed,oppostte Brown . ).
Erie, Pa. Older. boor); from 834 A. St. to
froro Ito 5 P. 3/• 0010',67-tt.
" IeALTSNI.A. CO..
wnolp , ..ale and firtairl.k.a.eii In Ant.liroclttl,
t;:ralanto; and Blacksmith Coal. Office corne r P.,oh and 1411 street:, Erie, Pa.
) 4R—IALMSIAN. : (se:N-4Q 11, J. HALT9StAI3.
1 1 ral‘t. Office to Rosenzweig's 'Block, north
'l. of the Park, Erie; Pa. .
FRANK WINcIIELL ea CO.,
''''' ll " 4 and Com mihßton Merchante,and Real
Agsnts, WA?. State street (corner Ninth,)
'!f - , Pa. Advanee , 4:mado on consignments.
rocuary Venduei Attended - to In any part of
Milo! and Clot W hes ella ß ner , ,
41.1 '" pt. Bennett's office. Clothes made, clean-
AM e M as alted on Wort notice. Terms awrea
vra abl an • .
' p EAGLE HOTEL,
Nr .r dtetn!on Depot Erie Pa., Jak, CriMP
'h• Pro P ri etor..HauNe'open:tit. all hours. The
it and table always supplied with the choicest
the markets alrord. feb2o'6B-Iy..
cr.°. c. bEs.)iirr, •
iti.ician and saraem. Otttee. twit Park St.,
'den e p
llsverstieln, flour ore,—boards at the rqt-
dcor (rein lisisaf
untLl 2 p. m.
HALL , ICR
p a .
N .;.‘:l' ,ll .leVr, at Law _
•- Nerth Park Placts,_Liie,Yit. Persons de
!ciiig to obtain Letters Patent for their, Invert
st pfease call or address ay above. Feesu
'`"'abls. Territory sold for patentees. S Pe
atteutton gtven to collections, rnyT...iy.
P. W. ICOEFILER.
of ecd th Buffalo stret, south Erie. Pttace, Peach streit six doors
s • '. N
. PENCER R ELDE
nVi47areer4 Stavin, Attor ue Y sd "nsellors
knaewof(Pc Paragon - Block near North West
L e gtZnar Erle, Pa.
IL V. CLAZS,
„ rn .ler lu all tinds of Fatuity' Groceries and
In,itts, Stone Ware, etc., and Wholesale deal-
I nes,Llanors, Cigar% Tobacco, dike.. N°•
LaSt Fifth Ktreet Erie ra. Jeo37-ti.
Ibinv E. J. i'PhysicianßASEß, D.,
,npathic and Sueon. Office r
"i H. - silence Gt 3 peach St., opposite the Park
' (Mee hours
1.4 ) ra, from 10 to Li a. ra ~ 2t05 p.
t:"."4l.trifilbgirneet7auddEstat Arenas, East Erie. car
ir e'ir t,p r n ,: t r ,, P c. eae„h
. 11 . 1 * Buffalo sta. John Boyle.
4, ,ttn ti gie 6,4zurt l7;: s, 4f , %l=ll 3 Tons fzeopho
. . .
. •. .., r
eraferits, Vrobuce s gruit; arr.
ASHBY ft CO:,
Wholesale and Retail
Blank Book Manufaetnrers.
Magazines Mus Books, &c., bound In any
. style desired, and In the neatest and
All kinds of Rail Road, Commercial,
Vi lit re k Book s:
BANN'S cfoPYI N4l BOOKS,
And Paper of all' sizes on hand or made
RULING OF ANY Particular PATTERN
bone with neatiasss and dispatch.
L 1 7 ) . S
Or ALL KINDS ON HAND,
II 11 II brauche4. done to order
fui itealatesa and diapaten
' -!rict Wright'a Brock. Erie, pa
Wholesale and Rota
504 State Sireet, Erie, Pa;
• Ittndo'nectiVii Old stand,
. :4 .
IDAVDrijiN HAND a splendid stock of Oro
ceries, cOnslbt.inag of
Woodri ' .. at Ware,
PORIC, FLOUR. x)ip PIiOYISiONS
Of air kinds,
Slaking the most complete ps.sori ment ‘Ol goods
kept by any Grocer 111 the pince.
am also agent fur
IIUNNEY'S CELEBRATED 'ARSON
Clover and Timothy Seed.
octU-6m - HENRY BECKMAN.
CHEAP GOODS !
Wholesale and Retail
GROCERY ANII PROVISION STORE,
WINES AND LIQUORS
Succemor to F. & M. Sehlondeeker, Is now re-'
ceiving,a splendid assortment of
GROCERIES, *PROVISION WINES,
Liquors, Willow , Wooden and Stone Ware
. Fruita, Nuts, &c. A large stock. of ,
TOBACCO• AND CIGARS,
• , Call and see us, at the
- American Block, State St., Erie, Pa. ,
and Retail Grocery Store.
P. d, BECKER '
WROL'EStLE'ASD • •BEPAIL GROCERS,
North-East Corner Park and French St.,
(MTEAFtinon,) • •
. • . .
Would respectfully call the attvitlon of the con?
. • . • :ny to their large tea. of ' •
Oribeerif3l4 find PrOiria1011:114,
. 1 *:"Illeh they are dealrous to sell
THE VERY LOW 'T POSSEBLE PRICE"
Their assortment of
Sugars, Coffees, Teas, SlTups,
Is not surpassed in the eity;ae they are prepared
to prove to all who give them a call.;
They also keep on hyld a superior lot of
. PUR LIQUORS, '
for the wholesale trade, to which 'they direct
the attention of the public:. •
Their motto la, "Quick sales, small profits and
a full equivalent for thomoney." Q apti'634f.
Authorized . Capital 8509,090.
,CAPI`TAI, PAID IN 1200,000,
THE 'SECOND NATIONAL BANK
• °pelted for busineY4 on
•AIONOAT, DECE3LB . EII krTit,
stia . the banking office prey musty occupied by lb
Merchant's Sauk, Brown's Building, north-ea-'
corner of fitate etreet and public Park. -
W3f. 4. SCOTT, Preat. C.'CURRY, Cash
WM. L. SCOTT, of firm of J. Hearn & co., Coat
Dealers. - .
JOS.: M'CARTER, of Arm 01 £3eldeu. ‘ Bliss 4
GE0..1. MORTON, Coal Dealers
W. S. BROWN, Agent Buffalo ot. Erie It. R.
JOHNC. BITRO of firm of Clemens,Caugh
ey & Burgess, Wholesale Gropers.
O. B. CROUCH, of firm oMrouch& Bro., Flour
M. R. BARR, of firm of Barr, Johnson & Sea
man, Stove Manufacturers.
• F. F'. FARRAR, of firm of Gray & Farrar,
J. DREII3IOAKER. Grocer. dd7'B4.
New Store, Waither's Block.
NO. 808 STAM P STREET.
'roe suoseriper would call the attention of the
Public to his splendid stock of
Spring and Summer Dry , Goods,
Jost received and offered at •
UNPRECEDENXLY LOW PRICES!
, I have a large assortment of
Domestics, Prints, Dress Goods,
bought at low prices and consequently can sell
them very low. tall and examine .my stock.
Goods shown with pleasure.
J. F. NVALTFIES,
ml?-tf.' • SZei State St.
1301C.E.11 ar. VTJESS.
J l Whol'esale and Retail Dealers In all kinds of
SHELF AND HEAVY
MERICAN ' & FOREIGN
,&n4ilii; Bellows, Nal* .13Zaesi
Leather and Rubbei Belting,
Mulllna Packing, Cutlery,
Save, Fllea, &e.
Also, a general assortment of Iron, Stee
and Carriage Hardware.
at the old stand of Mr. J. V. BOYEFI,i - Top PRINTING of event kind. In large et
east side of State street a few doors north of aJ small quaoutiosi plan or colored, done ID
ly ' isoYLR & FIIINS , the best Observer snle, sad at moderate prides, at the
M. , anima
ERIE CITY IRON WORKS,
The Bradley Engine .1
New Compound or
lunble Cylizidei Engine,
1:119. .Id '1"114U
Aoki t Wairtmied to give
FIFTH' TO ONE HUNDRED FEE (ENT.
'3lore power -than a Single C. limier Engine
using the 'ame amount of steam. •
s 4 •
-STEAM. ENGINES AND BOILERS t
OF ALL . STYLFS
OIL STILLS AND TANKS
Of all Desarlpilans.-
CIRCULAR S *-3izr_sA
' HEAD BLOCKS.
FRANK WINCHELL it - CO.,
AUCTION & CODIISSIQN
No. 824 State Street;
Household Furniture hnd aid kinds of Goods,
Wares and Merchandise, bought- and sold and
received on consignment. • -
Bales at private residences attended to in any
part of the city.
Bale of Household Furniture, Carpets,Queens
ware,Horses,Wagonssand all kinds of goods on
WEDNESDAYS AND SATURDAYS,
AT 934 O'CLOCIT t A.
A large consignment of Qneensware, Glass
ware, Bohemian Lad China Vasb,f . n ow on hand,
will be closed out regardless of cost at private
Vendues attended to, in any part of the
~Toliwottly &, Love ;
- NO. 1890 PEACH ST., • '
Have adopted a new cyst. 111 of doing busi
ness, and would respectfully mil the attention
of their customers to the fact that they ate now
selling goods for ,
READY PAY: • •
We believe that we can do our etistomers Jus
tice by so doing and would ask them to call and
see our splendid stock of groceries,consisting of
•- • -
,Comprising everything in well kept grocery
store. We also have the best quality of
- ERIE COUNTY FLOUR
Also FEED in unlimited quantities. give us
TOLLWORTELY & LOVE,
Peaeh Ht., opposite National Hotel.
3E .31E 40r - "Nr
Fast Eleventh Street, between German and
IVIIOLMALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN •
Clover and Timothy Seed,
• • FILOIT 12, VIEE.1:10, •
P ItO VI S IO NS 1
Raving built on his own preinlses a large and
commodlousstore, he Is prepared to furnish
everything in his line at lower rates than can
be found,in the city. •
Country purchasers especially will find it to
their advantage to give him a call.
rtirZ-tt. C. SIEGEL.
'faughey, lteCreiry Nlodrhead,
- WILL SELL ~
of every description, "
BOAS, ENVELOPES AND PAPER,
Than any Kona° to this city.' Also,
At Wholesale, ea cheap as an.Vjobblog house In
the country. '
The'llepository of the Bible Society. at
CAIYGHEY, 31tREARY &JIOaR~IEAD s.
• loyii-tf.: • '
Iteyetone National Bank,
CAPITAL . $250,000..
Belden Marvin,', , Jolin W. fisll Elltia Marvin,
Beater Town, 0, Noble.
ORANGE NOBLE, Prtt. JNO. J. TOWN, Cash.
The above bank is now doing - business in its.
CORNER OF STATE AND MOMS S T S.
Satisfactory paper discounted. Money . re
ceived on deposit. Collections' made and ~pro.
ceeda accounted for with promptness. limits,
Specie and- Bank Notes bonghd. and sold. A
share of public patronage solicited,
TO. THE PUBLIC , . =
There is no use lending to New York
FOR YOIIII. TEAS! •
No use going to the refineries to buy
REFINED OIL/ '--•,
• No use going toatiap factories td htlY
No use to pay , big prices for any of your
Groceries and Provisions
While there is a
',L I V E. , CASH STOKE,.
. earner of
Stb. and State Streets*.
'Pry the Cash Stare :
AD ~ mtsrslQ
L. F. STEM,
111.111PLVING bought the Eagle Hong, In W a t er ,
Ili ford, would inform the puohc that he has
thoroughly ranted the same, and is now ready ,
to accommodate all in th e beat or style. His
table Is bountittuly supplied. and the bar is
stocked with the cholemtof liquors. j nov2Bll.
ERIE, PA.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 29. 1869.
Agents for the °homer.
South Erie—P.W. •EfkMei% •
Corry—Amos Heath, John Scott.
Oak Grove—Wm. J. Welker. • •
Wayne—D. W. Hotraol,_D. Kenned y . Spartansburg-401111G. Stallnkham.• .
Watertord—W. C. White. • • •
Union Boroughs-Bt. V. H. Brown.
Union Townstitp—MOses Smiley, '
Albion—Alden l'orneros'. - • • '
Pairvlew—Amos Stone. - - •
Girard—Capt. D. W. Hutchinson'. . - • •:
Elk Creek and Lundy's Lane•—Win.fiheinian,
Concord—A: W. Covell.
• Springfield—Gilbert Herd. '
Lockport-3.c, Cauftinan. • _
Wattsburg—Lyman Robinson , A',. Ellsworth.
McKean Towaship—E: Pinney. • . •
liarbOr Creek—Wm. Saltsman.' • '
North East—B.A. Tabor.
POPI7L ATV. PRICER 2
Mammoth Du Goods
Diefendorf, Groiss & Foster
NO. 7 REED HOUSE.
. Dry Goods Department.
In the Dry Gams department we offer an ex
tensive assortment of fashionable Spring Dre.‘s
Goods, consisting, in part, of Blackand Oalored
Black Silks, Poplins, Abyssinian
Cloths, Stripes tor.Fluits, Piques, Cambrics, Or
gandies, French Prints, English and American
(3 oyes, Hosiery Trimmings, Hoop Skirts, Ta
ble Linens, White end Colored Toilet Quilts,
Linen Sheetings,-Bleached and Brown Musllns,
Stripe', Checks, Denims, etc., etc.
In.our Carpet and House Farniching Depart
ment We have in store and offer for sale the
largest and most eoniptete stock of gotids ever
before shown in this city. .
WALL PAPER 2 WALL PAPER 2
An immense stock of American and English
Wall Papers; from the cheapest broltn blanks
through all the intermediate grades to the finest
hand stamped Gold, Tinted and Decorative Pa
CARPETS CARPETS CARPETS!
Plain and TvAlled Ilemps, Wool Dutch, Ve
netian, List and Bag, Ingrain, Three Ply. Tapes
try Ingrain, American and English Tapestry
Brussels, Body. Brussels and Velvets.
A large stock of that Justly celebrated Tanned
Cane Slitting of all widths. As we buy these
goods direct of the manufacturers, we are en.
abled to offer unusual advantages to purchas
OIL CLOTHS—FIoor, Table and Carriage, all
LACE CURTAINS AND REPPS--Notting
ham Scotch and Tambour Lace Curtains. An
colors of Repps and Terries' Transparent Hol
land for Shades, pronounced by all who have
used them to be the best article ever introduced
for :shades. Cornices, Shade Fixtures, Stair
Rods,•Matts, Itugga, etc., etc.
• Purr -Lire Geese Feathers t
Lounges, Mattresses and Pillows on hand and
wade to order by an experienced, upholsterer.
In conclusion, our stock is full and complete
•tn every department, and our motto , Is, as it
ever has beep, promptness in execution of all
Orders left with us, and honesty and fair deal
ing with every one..
tall Mid see if weilo not tell the truth. .
bIEFENDORP, GROSS & POSTER,
aprB-tf. No. 7 Reed House. Erie, Pa.
We Insurance Company,
OF PIHLA DELPII lA,
South Mont Corner 4th and Market Sts.
Organized - 11450
An Old Comyauy—Nelirly Wyeartil .
A Sthund Company:—Assets, t 2,500,1100 .,
-A Safe Company—Never ton a Jokier_ or In
An flnterprlslogeompany—fluelnees largely
A raying company—so per cent, paid to Mu
'A HOME COMPSNY!
Philadolplllawi , awl Peruylvantawt,
INSURE IN THIC
“A.MEILICI . AN LIFE,”
Ydn'eminot do better, you may do worse
JOAN S. WILSON, WHILLDIN,
See. 14. Trees
• W. B. GRAY, Amt.,
fetas=2'Wialther`o3lock. Eighth Sth Erle,'P
'EI old established Bc'sdi. Bindery of E. M. Colo
& Son has been removed to _ •
Corner of State and Fifth Ste.,
Where, rith Li! roved facilities,,' we are pre;.
pared -to do' all kinds of Binding. in the amt
&yid and atpriCes to compete with any.
Day Books, Ledgers, /ice.,
ade to order aa ettenkas they can be had
RULING CABEFOLLY ATTENDED TO..
Magazines, Papers, Haoki and Pamphlets
Botta(' at deduced Prices
- Olva us a call and See as yourselves.
rar2s.t L ,
ttY A IdAlittFACrultarce co. to travel and
sell by sample a new line Or goods. Sltua
ns 'pennanentfwages good• %BACH- .
ARDS ilt•CO., US Chestnut street, MaudelphM,
' This , is ,no •-•
DT BENDING W• cents, with age, height ci;lor
II of eyes arid hair, ran w_lll receive,
turn mail, a correct-picture of our to t =
band or wife, with mune and ftte,of
Address W. FOX, P.O. Drawer / 4 10.21;
villa, N. Y. ariro.4w. •
TEIIMSDAY„,AfRIL 29, 1869
The political troubles In• Tennessee seem
to have all quieted down, since "Parson"
Brownlow ceased tote tlovernor Ogle State.
!the militia . who were under arms' are re
aming to the duties of civil life, and leading
Men of all parties have successfully exerted
themselves to maintain peace and order,
Browniow had a remarkable ability forkeep
ing himself In hot water, and keeplok in hot
water everybody else with whom he had
antrthing,to do, and he managed to keep the
State of Tennessee in hot • water during the
entire term of his Givernorshlp. These"red
hot" politicians are wretched hands at civil
iriornza little white girl.has been cruelly
flogged in a Massachusetts school , in the
town of Medford, The victim was so 'ham
mered that "both tirma were black and blue ;
both hands were blistered ; there were
bruises on her kneei; her stomach was so
swollen that her clothes had tcylie vitt from
her ; and shy was confined to the house two
weeks in consequence of the flogging,"
Nevertheless, a judge "held that the girl was
naughty and deserved punishment, and there
fore discharged the teacher from custody."
It is quite superfluous to tell how the 3lassa:
ehnsetts moralists would have howled and
the Massachusetts Sunday . schools would
have Screeched if a tithe of this flogging had
been laid on the back of soim' bacon-stealing
negro down in Texas.
Great Men's estiatates of their own
When we compare the words of five Presi
dents with those o f Ulysses S. Grant, we find
they entertained very different views of their
Stapes tbrthe office. S they spoke :
"A distrustful acrutink into my fitialitlea
lions overwhelms the with tlespon.lence."—
"Better be silent or speak with diffidenc e ,"
"The task k above my talents."—Thomots
"My own inadequacy to its iligh dutiei."
"Conscious of my own deficiencies, / can
not enter on these duties without great mill'
"I feel the responsibilitieti. but accept them
Without feay."—Ulysses S. Grant.
The Pittsburgh Gazette and other papers
arelnaking light of
. tlic fact that so many
distinguished men have', lately turned up in
Massachusetts who are willing to acceprdis
tinguished offices. .1t seems that not only
two places in the Cabinet, but two first-class
foreicu Missions and a large number of thO
other highest positions in the Government.
•are claimed fOr the "eminent ciiizens," other
wige called politicians, o f
The Gazette says that from ten to twelve
per cent. of the' entire voniig - population of
Boston arc "eminent citizens," and that the
world now begins to find out that "not only
the hub but the provincial periphery of that
quarter of the creation sparkles and 'radiates
with an universal corttstion, of statesman
;, ts- all a mistake that John 0.-13reekia
ridge is poor and broken. is worth not
less tkan $84,000, and his health was never so
good as it is at present.
THE 31erier .Press infotms us that the re
turns of the spring election Au that county in
dicate a considerable gain for the Democracy
over last fall's electiour• - . .
. TRF. Radical' presi of Pennstivanlit are a
unit In favor of the subversion of the'consti,
tutlon In order that the negro may v* and
keep them in poker.
SENATOR Sewn., like President Grant, ••is
determined that his relatives shall not be for
gotten in the distribution of the'spoils. Geo.
Eyster, Esq., recently appointed Assistant
Treasurer at Philadelphia, is his brother-lU
law. 'tLike master, like man !"
'Tun tertnsof eleveif State Senators expired
with the last Legislature. Their names
and districts are as follows:
_William McCandless, D. °
Vtb. Winner Worthington; R.
Xth. Charleton Burnett, D.
'XVIII. George D. Jackson, D.
XVltli. G. Dawson Coletban, R.
XVllth; - Esalas Btllinefelt, R.
Joseph W. Fisher, • .
XXth. Alexander Stutzman, R.
XXIVtb. Thomas B. Searight, D.
XXVIth. Alexander W. Taylor, R.
XXVIIth. 'James C. Brown,'R.
THE Pennsylvania appointments, it is said,
are made in this wise. The applicant is first
asked, "Are.y?ti a relative of General Grant;
or connected in' any viltyvtvith any member
of his family F' • He is then interrogated,
"Are you connected either_ by blood or mar
riage, with a party . by the name of Scott;
who was chosen by the Republican Legisla
ture of Pennsylvania to help lo fix up the
appointments for the State?" Finally, he is
catechises) thus: "Have you at any time, or
has any_of your faintly; ever rendered any
political assistance to Simon Cameron, or
used any'of your, or their influence to pros
mote his political success" . If an afErma,
live answer can be given to any one of the
above questions, there is strong hope for the'
party applying; built not, thwtmmittee at
once advise him to take his bet-bag and
immediately retire from the scene of action.,
STATE NEVi S.
A mar: hi Chambersburgliail a leg broken,
e ether,day,ia trying to ride a velocipede.
COUN i kY has no debt, and has some
s4,ooo`if'•ihe treasury. .lAer taxes are but
two and a half mills:on the dollar: her jail
is nearly always empty ; she has a univer
sity,. high Reboot and Iwo academies:._
.• Tim Philadelphia Age says. "We-ttro
asked, what offence was committed by the
person who furnished poison to Twitchell?
We answer, that to furnish poisonAo any
one with the purpose, of enabling him to
commit suicide, or feta do se, is to become an
accessory before the fact,to a murder in the
first degree. The offence is punishable with
death in Pennsylvania.:' 4 -
TIN:ODOM rrrt.ToN has , a poor. opinion of
the material composing the late Radical Leg-
Mature to Pennsylvania. litsayi.—the•im
presaion being the result of a visit to Harris
burg :—",Never before haVe we seen so
infludid an array of , low-bniws grouped to
gether in any. one legislative chamber, not
even in Albany. • Solid Peurisylvanituts say
freely (and with many•lntersprinkled dam
nations) that gib pre strmi Legislature is the
most 'corrupt that ever preyed upon that
Tns Reading Dispatch is of the opinion
that "our State legislation now-a-days la
mainly in the interest of great corporations
'or single individuals. The people hear and
see these things unmoved, save when they
are directly or fearfully injured by the re
sults, In which case they are generally too
- feeble for resistance. In the meantime these
gigantic wrongs go on, blighting, localities,
crushing weak communities, and destined
, sooner or later, to ,involve the CoMmon
wealth in innalchlable distress." ,
Tits reference of Anna Dickinson on
Tuesday evening to the disposition• •of Gov..
Geary to pardon notorious criminals, and
his-persistent refusal to help: the poor and
friendless Hester Vaughn,_was very unkind;
but the suggestion (while some o 1 the Gover
not's friends were leading the room) that it
any more , wished to 'follow their example
.alts would Suspend her remarks, was simply
horrible, Anna had better 'be a little can ;
tions,as the Governor is a terrible fellow when
his dignity Is offended,—/Tarrisbuiy .11-driol.
Nestnrita.r. druggist has invented a fat
Pita node of a preparation of phosphorws.
You tint catch thatat, then von
Afiqr dqk heooks , like Iv, ball 96ftIre, and
going among h i s
fellow rats, they' veeate the
prbmlses,'the "bright partictilarr rarfollaw ,
Jag and hurrying nplhcrear. i A
ar4vTas AND lIITSTERIES
OF NATURE. -
The tittles are pregnant with startling
events; old lams, theories and fallacies are
fast disappearing beneath the gigantic Wheels
of progression and human deVelopment.
Change, is written,-with tle.iron finger of
time, upon all matter, seen ant unseen, mil- -
meal and spiritual. - The mighty omnipotent
power that fashioned the stupendou s or bs
that revolve in the immensity of space, erea.
ted all things in wisdom and purity. The
Majestic ocean; the deep blue sea, the beauti
ful earth and all things therein contained,
were planned and created by virtue of that
universal law of harmony, whose power holds
sway over all. Intelligence Is manifested in
all created things, both great and small—the
tiny insect, the bead - lite! butterfly, and God
like man, are each endowed, according to
their, kind, with the instinct or intelligence
rdained by Rim who "doeth all things
Wisdomjustice and love" are the three
great standard-hearers• whose sumptuous
bends , mete out to each individuality the
measure of Divine, universal law, designed
by that mighty Mind who fashioned alike
noble mania hisoWn linage and all lesser
.created' things. The beauties and wonders of
nature never cease to the progressive human
'mind, Eternal progression - ls . written with
the unerring finger of Deity upon all. The
tbeme"of human life is laden with sweet in
cense to all who, like angels of mercy and
goodness, are ever busy, ever ready to devise
means for the alleviation of human woe and
the prolongation of life. The tureasing
march of individual and national prpgress is
alone due to the bold and fearless thinkers
and actors upon the stage of mundane life.
The stern exigencies that confront and im
peril the gigantic minds of all countries can
not awe or swerve them in the path of duty
and power. Masse and death now hold
carnival throughout the land.; suffering , hu
manity,calls loudly for" the "Balm of Gilead,"
whose subtle, mystic power can heal and
save from wreck and ruin. A saving and
skillful hand may he found ready to admin
ister to the suffering at all times, in Prof.
Hamilton, at his old medical emporium, where
Itidusandi from all countries and climes hare
received the healing bales for every ill.
In Harper's Monthly Magazine for Febru
ary. 1368, may be found a Lite oe Prof. Le
onidas llamilton. M. D.. whose discoveries in
LIVER, LUNG AND BLOOD DISEASER
are,now attracting the attention of the whole
medical world, and whose success is carry
ing joy and restored health to thousands.
His well-atWSted cases of Jiver diseases,
long diseases, blohd diseases, and diseases of
the kidneys, bladder, spine.. stomach and
other organs, are now well known all over
the United States and Canada, the West In
dies, Europe, Mexico, Sandwich Islands, and
in many of 'the commercial. nod missionary
settlements in every part of the world. . (..
For, he benefit of the sick, who may wish
to know positively when they have derange
,tents of th e riv e r, or more or less severity,
a combination of the usual symptoms:found
in such cases will be found below:
EFIWTONIS OF LIVER bO3IFLAIIIT.
A sallow or yellow color of the skin, or
yellowish brown spots on the lace and other
parts of the body; dullness and drowsiness,
with frequent headache ; bitter or bad taste in
the mouth, dryness of the throat, and inter
nal heat; palpitation of the heart; ; in many
cases a dry, teasing cough with sore throat;
unsteady appetite ; sour stomach with a ris
ing of the food and a choking ensation in
the throat; sickness and vomiti g; distress,
heaviness, or a bloated or full cling about
the stomach dud sides, which is ften attend
ed with pains and tenderness ; aggravating
pains in the sides; back, or bre t, and about
the shoulders; colic pain d soreness
through the bowels, with heat; constipation
of the bowels, alternating with frequent at
tacks of diarrhoea ; piles, natal nee, nervous
ness, coldness of the extract ties ; rush of
blood to the head, with symptoms of apo
plexy; numbness of the limbs," especially at
night; cold chklls, alternating with hot flush
es, with dullness, low,spirits, unsociability,
and gloomy forebodings, and with ladies, fe
male weakness and irregularities. ,
tnesAsEs CAMEL/ BY LIVER COMPLAINT
The human systein, the most perfect of all
the works of the Creator, is so constituted
that, to be entirely healthy, it must throw off
the waste, Worn-out poisonous materials as
fast as it takes on new ' materials from our
loud and drink.' The food is assimilated and
made 'into nourishing and healthy blood
principally through the offices of the stomach,
liver and lungs. The worn-out materials are
mostly excreted by the liver, lungs and kid-
neys ; but all medical men have heretofore
failed to recognize the vast importance of the
liver as a blood-purifying and excreting
gan. The most learned German -geologsts,
who- base their assertions upon actual ex
periments only, state that the amount of bile
which should be manufactured by the liver
and poured into the intestines each day is two
and 'one-half pounds. AU persons interested
to know this fart, and the experiments to
prove it, may consult Verdanngsstefte uttd
Stoffwecbsel, Leipzig, 1852, or they may see
a resume of the facts in Prof. Dalton 'a Pity-
Remember one thing more The tile is '
something more than the natural physic of
the bowels, as has heretofore been thought
breininent medical men. The bile is mostly
made up of the waste matter of the blood—
effete, worn-out and injurious materials. if
the liver does not make this bile and pour it
into, the intestines daily, it remains in, the
blood as n poison: It poisons the blood itself,
and circulates, as irritating and poisonous
matter in .the blood ; to event organ in the
The blood, poisoned with the daily ricetti.
mulated,excess of bile, returns from th'
liver to the bear!, and the nerves of the heart
are affected, and we have an oppresses feel
ing of the heart and palpitation ; and if this
Cause is long continued, we get chronic irri
tation, undue excitement, and morbid nutrt
tion'of the heart, developing many forms pf
Just so with the lungs. The bile-poisoned"
blood goes from the upner and right cavity
of the heart to the lower cavity, and thence%
directly to the lungs, circulating all through
those Most delicate organs. The lung tissues
are poisoned and irritated, and they invite
the scrofifous humors of the blood- because
they are thus irritated: Hence consumption,
which is local scrofula, so defined and"proyed
by Lugol and allthe most scientific authors.
The lungs try to oxygenize and purify. the
blood, and they do it'in a great measure r ; but
they are overworked and irritated, and 'you
swell the blood-poisoned matters in a man's
thul• breath. Catarrh, bronchitis, asthma,
nervous cough and consutnption are
the results.t If the liyer, had done its iinty—
`made and excreted. that bile—the lungs would
not have been diseased. -
Just so with the.blood itself. It goes from
the lungs back to the upper left cavity_ of the
hears, thence to..the lower cavity, and thence
through the arteries and capillaries to every
organ and tissue of the system. Among the
most important of those organs are the kid
' neys, furnishing the urinary secretion a most
Important excretion. But the kidneys them
selvestire irritated and congested by the pres
ince Of the bile-poisoned blood, and they
beFotned diseased. Every,—person who,bas
had a liver disease knows that the urine is
scant, high-colored and loaded with .red de
posits at times, or other diseased 'products'.
Hence, diseases not only of the kidneys but
also of the blatldtii,
But,this is not. all—thr from - it. •The poi- j
sononS blood goes to the Ilya - tM,and affects
the great electrical centre of all vitality; and
the brain, stimulated by unhealthy blood,
cannot perform its office healthfully. The
person hasdullneas, headache, Incapacity to,
keep big mind on a subject, cannot remem
ber, has a crowded and diiky feeling, is
sWepy, become,s nervous, gloomy, easily irri
tated, and.;‘,Uften has a bilious or a neurstgic
And the blood itself becomes diseased, as
it-forms the sweat upon the surface of the
skin, so, irritating and poisonous that the
person has discolored brown spots, pimples
blotches and other eruptions, sores, boils;
carbuncles and scrofula tumors.
Disease.of the Liver itself is the most coca-,
mon of all disesses. The sudden changes of
I the Nlnv England climate, the-malarlal influ
ence of the Wescand the - heat also or the
South, as well as the dietetic habits of the.
people of this country, and other causes, all
tend to develop the Liver disease; in some of
its • varied forms, thrOughout the United
.States. This is true both of man and beast,
as every butcher knowti 'that he finds the
Jivers' f cattle; sheep and twine diseased ten
times where ho finds any other- °igen dis;
eased once. • Almost :every person is bilious!
at some, time,-and many are constantly bit-.
ion's. It may be mere copgestien of the Liver
and Mrpitlity, of its function, O,r, this may. re-
Emit in , some strualtiral or !organic -affection:
Liver can never.bh, diseljted without
• affecting' the stomach; bowels and other or-.
gang we have spoken of, Sad ci?ativeness,
piles, dropsy dyspepsia, diarilices . and Im
poverished blood are among othe• necessary
Pr4l. Hamilton will also intbrm the afflic
• ted that,.having been written to by thou
sands of patients, his office has become the
greatest centre for the treatment of novel, in
teresting. and peculiar cases of any - place In
the world. No hospital in Europe or Ameri
-no Etas one-tenth the number of singular and
remarkable cases as are presented. 'either
personally or by letter, at' No. 31,1 Broad way.
ie is,incleed, au Emporium oreliiii64l.inedi•
eine. ' Among the thousands of eases arising
Trtfurt a-eases pi the Liver, Lungs and'lllood,
which •6• treats, the following receive
prdminent wad most successful' attention :
Sick and Billow Headache, Nefyous and'
Neuralgic ..lieatlach, Chronic Diarrbrea and
.Dysentery, Costiveness and Piles, Pimples,
Eruptions and B,rownfikin,DroPsy and Dis
eases of • the Kidneys,'Comumption of the'
Blood, Scrofula in its fOrtuS,Srpinal irrita
tion, Salt Rheum, and Erysipelas. Cancers,
Asthma, Epileptic fltsiNervotts Diseases of
the Heart, Diseases otEemakes and all dis
eases arising from Imptirities of the Blood,
'Rheumatiqm, Catarrh and.' Throat Diseases,
For greater convenience of those wishing
to write me about their drsease, I insert the
following, which embraceS nearly all that I
require to know in most cases . : Have ,you
constipation of the bowels? Have you at
tacks of diarrhrea ? Have'Vou pains in the
back, sides or shoulders? have you a pain
or tenderness about the stomach? Have
you a dry,teaslng cough 1 ., Have you sallow or
yellow skin ? Have you brown spots on
your face or any part cif the body? Have,
you a headache? Arc you dull, heavy. or
sleepy ? Have you a bitter- or bad. taste in
the mouth? Have you an irritation or dry
ness °MlleLroa, . h t 9 TV —live 'you cold chills or
hot flushes? Have you palpiMtfon or the
heart ? •Is yourpetite unsteady? Is your
stomach sour? o you raise or spit up
your food ? Has ; ott any elmaking spells?
Are you-troubled with sickness and vomit
ing ? Do You feel bloated about the stomach ?
Have you a tired or sore feeling on rising . in
the morning? Do you have eholic pains?
Have you wind in the stomach or bowels?
Have you piles or fistula? Have you ner
vous and all-gone feelings? Have you cold
feet-dittt hands? Have you a rush of blood
tll the head ? Have you uneasiness on lying
on the sides ? Have you fainting or epiliptic
fits? Have you great lowness of spirit s ?
Have you gloomy forebodings?
PLE.CSE READ TUE FOLLOWING, AND SEE
WDO ARE CEDED.
It LEONIDAS 11.AIIII.TON, M. D.—Dear Sir :
Duty prompts me to a most grateful ac
knowledgement' of the astonishing success of
your treatment in my case: For nearly - three
years I bad suffered from eltarrh, nervous
ness. rheumatism; liver complaint and ex
treme nervousness, insomuch that life had
become an intolerable burden, and death
was looked for as my only release ; physi
cally and mentally broken down, I was ut
terly unable to do the duties of a minister,
and was pn p triag to retire trim the ranks,
when, providentially, my eye fell on your
advertisement in the New York Methodist.
I had already travelled far and expended
so much in the vain effort bi secure a cure,
that it was with great reluctance and little
hope that I addressed you. Your reply in
spired me . with hope—your remedies were
received and taken, and result was t..s mar
vellous to thole who knew my condition As
it was gratifying to myself. In three weeks
I was , again in the pulpit preaching with un
usual vi g or, and If my services are of any
value tc the church, it is indebted to you,
under God, for their continuance. You may
refer to me at any time and I shall be ever
pleaSed to bear testimony to your extraordi
nary skill. Yours truly,,
St. Joseph, Mich
CASES OF LIVER.COMPLAMT
It is with much satisfaction that I invite
particular attention to the following volun
tary statement' of the eminent Divine and
Missionary, Rev. A. A. Constantine, recently
located in the interior of Africa :
R. LEONIDAS HAMILTON, No. 540
Broadway.--My Dear Benefactor: A. 'sense
of duty ,impels me to say that your medi
cines hare done for me what no other pixy
sician, has been able to accomplish. I have
been a sufferer for many years from diseases
contracted while laboring as Missionary in
Africa. Last fail I: was decliniM , fast, and
had all ,the symptoms of quick consumption.
I applied to you for help. You remarked :
"Betore I get through with you I will make
you feel several years younger than you
have ever felt since you lett Afrieu:' I
thought but little of that, as I had Otlerl . re
ceivers similar assurances from eminent phy
sicians, both here and in Europe; but in less
than two weeks my symptoms were entirely
changed. and my health and strength im
preyed very fast. In a .feiv weeks I found
myself in the enjoyment of better health,
and able to perform more labor. mental and
physical, than at any previous ' time since I
/en Africa. May God bless'you in all your
researches in His great laboratory, and make
you His acont, in restoring thousands to
health., REV. A. A. eastir,ecTes.t.:.•
BROOKLYN, N. Y., No. 113 Harrison St.,
• g January 20, 12119. f
rilk , Afflicted Ercrywhere.
During my labors in publishing and edit
ing a newspaper for many years in this city,
and atm in the performance of my duties as
a clergyman in this and other cities, I have
become thoroughly and intimately acquaint
ed with R. Leonidas Hamilton, M. I)., the
justly celebrated liver,lung and. blood physi
cian of this city, who is located at No. 540
Broadwpy, The Doctor was for many years,
a regular practicing physicianond* also for
some years a professor An one of out best
medical schools., and during such extensive
experience, he fully realized the inadequacy
of the.ordinary treatment made use of in all
chronic diseases, more especially that class
of troubles arising from deranged functions
o r the liver and digestive organs. lie at
once set himself aboitt gte study of that class
of diseases, determined to make them a
speciality. Laying the vegetable world un
„der tribute, he has made discoveries and
compounded speeifies on Bond phi losophiciii
principles which have made the • most won
derful cures in the annals of medicine. Liver,
blood, lung and nervous diseases are now
virtually under his full control , and yield to
the magic, suhtile power of his remedies. I
have myself seen numbers of those who
have been saved from the hand of death by
his power, when the unfortunate sufferers
seemed doomed In an early grave, and all
other treatment was of no avail. In addition
to,wltat I van vouch for personally, I have
ample evidence fromother clergyman, phy
sicians and eminent Men of the highest char
' acter, who have also 'been Saved by this
wonderful treatment, and Who speak in the
highest praise.and gratitude of Dr. Hamilton
as a physician and a gentleman of honesty
and integrity.• It is but simply attiO'ng,the
positive truth when I say that it is welt
known throughout this country that where
his works are known and the fruits of his I
skill have been witnessed, he 'is highly es
teemed by the people 'as the most eminent
and remarkable Physician in the treatment.
of chronic diseases of the age. As the re
• suit of a long personal and familiar acquaint
ance with Prof. Hamilton, and his unparal
leled success as 8 4 :professional man of the
highest, order, I frankly . express' the hope
that suffering humanity in every pait of our
land maY,avail themselves of his remarkable
skill, and thus share the noble blessings so
kindly and freely bestowed upon all.
liEv.fir. ii. JACOII4.
vireitK 00£5, BPAVELV ON !--ANOTILEU
The eminent divine, Rev. J. W. Hinkley,
of Athens, Maine, writes :
"My health has so far improved from the
.effects of your treatment that I am able to
resume my pastorship. had It not been for
'your medicind I should not have been living
now. 'To you, with God's blessings, I owe
my worldly existence. lam a living expo
nent of the worth of your matchless reme
dies, and I shall Wrestler deem it a part of
my religious duty to recommend all suffer
, ing with diseases of the liver and lungs to
speedily apply to ,you: May God's 'blessings
intend your worthy Worts for the relief-of
disea.4ed and suffering liumaiiity."
• lANOTUER .11 ,4 HEALED I
- • , noms•roN,.N. J.
IliatittsiN, M . D.,--Drar 'Sir: It is
with Pleasure that,' 'comminalcate the result
ot.the use of your meilidines. • Vflieit.l first
'visited your °glen, New York," I could
- scarcely walk mio:the:pflied w4hout exhaus
tion. alkyour prestige as a suceessful
physician,• I tin& but little hope that yea
'coact cure me.• °Thereiwas nothing strange
in this. Irony years and four months had
passed away,. but during.' that period I had= -
suffered constantly with chronic diarrheas
and piles. I, had - some of the best physi-
cians, and used everything I heard of that I ,
could procure, but all in vain. Why should,
I think that you could do no more good
than others? Hut, sir, justice arid- gratita tie
compel me to say that' after the nee of y
medicines the result was a complete cure. I
cannot expect to be freed from liabilities - to
attacks of disease any more than other men. ,
I wish I bad the voice of seven thunders
and cotild icisenible the sick in the t world,
would direct them to you, Sir, as one fully
competent to heal, and whose generous and
noble nature would not allow exhorbitent
charges. Yours truly,
REV. Gro. H, JoNEs.
A CLERGYMAN CURED OF MIEVATAIIIM.
Papp. R. L. florallton.- 7 -Dear Sir:, I have
purposely; delayed writhag in order to giVe
you the result of your remedies.,The medi
cines casuelo hand in due time, nd I com
menced Usiwt theta as instructed, and have
persevered. For the first week I could not
see much change the second week there
seemed to be a giving away of the disease;
and at the end or the third week a deckled
ehaege for the better was manifest. lam
now able tel walk about with ease and coin
fort. I send ou my sincere and many
thanks, and pray that God may bless and
preserve your lite for many years. I feel
that, under the blessing of Divine Pros+
defter'. you have done great things-for me.
Mrs. lit:v. Geo. C. Haditock, of Ripon,
• "The remedies you sent: me last spring
'worked like a charm throughout my entire
system. I do not believe I should have lived
until the present time had I not used your
medicine. It is my sincere prayer that God
may bless and spare you many long years to
minister to the physical being of diseased
humanity. All that I can do to extend your
field of labor shall be done. earnestly and
A 0000 WOSIAN.
Westmoreland CO., Pa.
PROF. R. L. llaatiLToN :
Devi' ,Sir:—When I applied to you fir treat
ment, my case was considered a hopeless
one indeed. 1 had been troubled with weak
lungs and shortness of breath for many
years, also with cold chills, aching bones,
stiffness in my joints, and 144 had several
severe attacks of sickness. For three months
I was confined ti; my bed with bronchitis.
On another 'occasion I was for the same
length of time confined with dumb agde; and
for three years with ague and fever. Pre
vious to consulting you, I had taken medi
cine.; eight mouths without any benefit and
had suffered much, very much, from its ef
fects. My systim "seemed to be a perfect
wreck. I ceased t(,) take medicine, and did -
not intend to use more, as they seemed to
increase my difficulties instead of relieving .
them. One of your circulars was providen
tially handed to me, and I read it over and -
over again, until I could not reasonably'
d o ubt the statements ilherfin made. I feared
it was too late to effect any benefit. I be
lieved my ease to be so bad as to be beyond
all Lope. I had a sure ,throat, bad cough, '
pain under my shoulder-blades, soreness in
breast, swelling of my chest, feet,.
and ankles. I was losing flesh rapidly, and
growing very weak. I wrote you my symp
toms, and forwarded them to you and asked
your opinion of my situation. You replied
that it was truly a critical and dangeeous
one, and sent me a remedy as a preventative ,
of any chan;ie for the worse until I efould
sc ud fora course of treatment. Lsent tor •_
the medicines, and I thank God for his good
ness in causing them to reach me in tithe to
save me. I used them as directed, for four
weeks, and - after I had taken the second
package I felt that I was perfectly well. ally
complaints bad all disappeared. The sore
ness of my throat was cured ; the pain under
my shonlder r blades was gone ; the swelling
in my chest, feet and ankles had left Me; •
the shortness of breath was no longer a
trouble to me ; the stiffness and soreness of
my bones were removed, and my limbs
were as active and supple as when a child.
I could walk up steep places without fatigue,
and had better health than I had enjoyed
for twenty- years. It is now fouryeanl took
! your medicine, and I have needed none
since. Yon are at liWty to publish this
statement. By so doing many others In a
dike situation may be. saved from much suf
fering and a premature death. •
Wishing you may accept my tasting grafi
tude I subscribe myself your ever grateful •
friend. RACIIEL 11r..xnErtt3oX.
P. S.—Should the truth of the above be'
questioned by any one, invite them to
write to me, and I will satisfy them that it
is indeed true, and that the ifkif is not ex
pressed in this-testimonial. R. 11.
Is Twos KFCL. ,
Argot's Porn CORN - ERB,
Susquehanna Co., Pa. •
' PROF. MOULTON : I TIC,W improve the
present opportunity to inform you of the re.
stilt ydur medicine. It has effected a per.
manent eurea.s• the atzonizing 'pain It; my
right side, which has troubled the for three
years, has entirely subsided. MY appetite is
decidedly better, and the various symptoms
which I had at the time. of applying to you
have nil disappeared. My health never was
better than at the present tithe. and I attrib
ute all to the use of your valn.hble medicine,
for which .1 shall always feel very grateful,
and will. do all I can to &duce my diseased
friends and acquaintances to apply to you,
for I ,believe your remedies to be all and
everything you claim for them If I eve'
need any more medicine, or any of my fami
ly, I shall apply to you at owet • as I believe
it to be the surest, safest, and ,t to-be had.
I remsin "yours at'eamm,ad,
. - Mus. 3 W. sum(
TM' WILL 131?, DONE: •
Mrs. John -B. Parmenter, of Hammond
Creek, Tioga Co-, Pa., writes, Oct. 11:
"Language is- nadequate to express in a
fitting manner my deep and most heartfelt
gratitude to you for having re,vored me to •
'health by your medicines (a hichl took from
time to time as directed), alter I had.been se
verely afflicted for many yours with a general
debility of the whole nervous system, liver
complaint, indigestion and all their attend
ant consequences. I was mm-h of the time
unable to be abbot my house, but feel that t
am non weThatid in a condition to attendto
all my domestic duties.
"I am so thankful to you fur the great
benefits derived from your treatment, that
- Cannot speatt too highly in your praise. I
rest as well and sleep as good nights as I
ever did, and every one who knows• me is
greatly a‘tonis.bed to find le.:oth so much
improved; and say thiil they, en, must try
NIILST IiATIFI'ING T7.4.471n0N1AL. • '
A u stin Sheldon, of Delaware. Pike Co.,
Pa.,. Writes:. '
"Your retnedi,43 have rt-ached me hi due .
time, and base been used :is directed. - The
result thus 'far has been most s.nisfactory in
every-case. I used your medicine in a ca4e•
of fits. The patient Is a boy three years old.
Ile had only two tits after the, first dose of
your medicines. Many other cases, equally
as obstinate, and pronounced by our resident
physicians as incurable, have been wholly or
partially relieved. I believe prur theory of
the cause and treatment of disease to be cur- •
rect. Indeed the success of your remedies
demon:strati:lt to be far superior to any other
yet adopted. It is my intention to order !,
supply of your remedies and go about the
country distributing your paper and dispos
ing of the medicines as best I can,"
THE WORK oon.i
,31r:Jaincs Ij. MeCleary,of Payette Springs,
Pa., Wines :
"I must inform you of the great benefit my
wife received from your medical treatment,
Your remedies restored. her to health and
vigor. Were it not for them I sincerely be- ,
sieve she would ere now have been In her
grave. ' May God In Ms Providence attend
you in your humane Wlf , . is the' prayer of
your friend." •
WM/ CAS, 114)/:= WILEN 80 ]IAN VAlin SAVED?
: William C. Downs, Esq., of Stroudsburg,
Pa., I. rites 1
"I have been through m ith a; course of
your treatment, and can affirm before God
that your medicines will do all yon claim for
them.• They are no humbug. Several per
sons in this vicinity have used them, and
have derived entire satisfhetion. Your thco- '
ry of the cause and treatment Of disease is
simple and reasonable, Its correctness is
fully vindicated by the success of your prac
. lice. I mil daily recommendingyou, antilop
will soon haven more extended - practice in
this iltichborhood. I shalt be most glad to
vouch for - the authenticity of this. I:am
aware that people at a distance feel a degree
-of hesitancy at placing , their health to the
care of physicians' whom they have never
seen, or, perhaps, never heard of. To those
that arc inclined to be thus incredulous, I can
say that. DrAlamilton undertakes nothing
Ibut what Iles thoroughly understands, and al
way 4 gives careful attention to all who place
themselves Under his care." •
• .31. r: Levi 11011toger, of West Slyerstown,
Lebuion.o o .,, Pa., writes : "ThR medicine
A CLENGIMAN'tI WIFE!
HAS DAD Ten DESIRED EFFECT.