Democrat and sentinel. (Ebensburg, Pa.) 1853-1866, June 07, 1865, Page 4, Image 4

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Lifemnd all itaV is re hard,"
T "icflJtog- the reward ;
. J -Never mind
When those tasks are overcome,
" . For your rest a heavenly home
- ' Is assigned.
Tearly youth's warm feelings wane w
' Never mind !
' Never to be felt again I"
Never mind !
.When von have but reached your home,
All the warmest are to come,"' "
" . You wiJl find. ' ' -
" Barren wastes my visions greet,"
Never mind !
'And the past was flowery sweet j"
Never mind!
Though just here the land is poor.
Brighter Edens lie before.
Than behind,
Thorns the path hath overgrown,"
Never mind.
And I fall over many a stone ;"
Never mind!
If you can but stumble home,
All your sore wounds wearisome.
He will bind.
..."
From my tide my loved ones slip
Never mind ! . .
" I would fain sit down and weep j"
Never mind!
They have only hastened on ;
Do not then, their loss to moan,
Stay behind.
" Through yon dark stream I must go
Never mind !
" Tia a fearful thing to do
Never mind!
When you are but safe at home,
It was worth your while to come,
.... You will find.-
A Cool Doctor.
On an evening preceding Thanksgiving,
many years ago, two students left the
colleges withthe most foul intent of pro
. curing some of the doctor's fine fat chick
ens, that roosted in a treo adjoining his
houae. When they arrived at the ppot,
one ascended the tree while the other
tood with the bag, ready to receive the
plunder. It so happened that the doctor
himself had just left the house, with the
view of securing the same chickens for
his thanksgiving - dinner. The rogue
under tire tree hearing someone approach
ing, immediately crept away, without
notifying his companion among the
branches. The doctor came up silently,
end was immediately saluted from above
as follows: ' Are you ready?'
" Yes," responded the doctor, dissemb
ling his voice as much as possible.
The other immediately laying his hands
on the old rooster, exclaimed :
4t Here's old Prex, will you have
him ?"
"Pass him along," was the reply, and
' he was soon in the doctor's bag.
Here's marra Prex," said the all un
conscious student, grabbing a fine old
hen, 4 will you have., her?"
Yes," again responded the doctor.
Hjtfc's daughter Sal, take her ?'.? and
so on' until he had gone regularly through
with the doctor's family and chickens.
" , The old man walked off in one direc
tion with the plunder, while the student,
- well satisfied with his night's work, came
down and streaked it for the colleges
Great was his astonishment to learn from
bis companion that he had not got any
" chickens, and if he gave them to any one,
it must have been to Dr. Nott. Expul
sion, fines, and disgrace, were uppermost
in their thoughts until the next forenoon,
when both received a polite invitation
from their president, requesting the pres
ence of their company to a Thanksgiving
'. dinner. . To decline was impossible, so
with hearts full of anxiety for the result,
theywcnded. their way to the house,
where they were pleasantly received by
the old gentleman, and with a largo party
were soon seated around the festive board.
: After asking a blessing, tin doctor rose"
from his seat, and ' taking the
carving
. knife, turned with a" smile to the
" and said :
rogues
'-' "Young gentlemen, here's "olii Prex,"
k and inarm Prex' son John, and daughter
Sal," at the same time touching, success
ively the respective chickens "to which
- will you be helped?" c The mortification
, of the students may be imagined. -
.' j .Travels. Like Pisen. Not long since
. an old' lady entered the. Jndependence
'- Telegraph office' and saiJ she had a mes
; 4 . . jsage to- send to Wheeling.' ,.In.a few mifl
. .'.rf-'ctcs fctf note was deposited ',in a damb,
' ' ; 3r'r"r ascended- in o mysterious
'manner ihrough thVcVJingy "
; Does thai gd.to Wheeling ?".. inquired
s-' &c old lady.'. '. . ' ' '
. -. VYo, Jua'aw " answered the clerk";
) . , I pevef . Vas . thsre " continued she,"
J- 'hut it hardly seems possible that their
town fiesta that threctionv.w ben will I
" - get an ansWer,' Mr;. Telegraph V
.'',- lean scarcely felt 'ma'am. U
may be
, ' . : tSe c5d tady!wfint awny, and"jctorned
in exactly two hours. Just as sh enter
ed the door tli dumb waiter came, down
through the ceiling. ,
.."There is tho answer, ma'arn'. said
the clerk. - .- ' ' '
- The old lady took the neat yellow en
velope in her hands, with a smile of min
gled gratification and astonishment.
" Now that beats all," exclaimed she.
Bless my heart, all the way from
Wheeling, and tho wafer still wet That's
an awkward looking box, but it can trav
el like pisen." - - - - " ' .
EBENSBURG MARKET.
Corrected Weekly.
Flour per bbl Extra Family,
" Extra, ' -
Beef, per lb." -f .
Potatoes, per bushel.
Apples,
Butter, per lb.
PRICES.
$13 50
25
50
62
.40
' 75
; 2.25
1.50
1,25
1.25
75
1,50
3.00
. 2,50
8,00
Cabbage, per doz.
Wheat, per bushel
Ti cf
Pira
. Buckwheat
'Corn,
Oats,
Apples,
Peaches, ,
Beans,
Clover seed.
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Pennsylvania rail road schedule. '
LEAVE WESTWARD,"
S 2
i x
P4 W
I - .5
STATIONS.
A.M.
6.50
7.25
7.34
A. M.
P.M.
9,10
9.42
P. M.
7.55
8.10
8.30.
8.38
8.4(3
8.55
9.05
9.11
9.23
9.40
9 47
Altoona,
Kittanning,
Gallitzin,
Cresson,
Lilly's
Portage,
Wilmore,
Snmtnerhill,
South Fork,
Mineral Point,
Conemaugh,
Johnstown,
0.15
9.50
8.02
8.22
8.40
8.48
11.00
10.40
10.47
LEAVE EASTWARD',
STATIONS.
. , - t - .
P. M. ! A.
A.M.
A.M.
Johnstown,
Conemaugh.
Mineral Point.
South Fork,
Summerhill.
Wilmore,
Portage,
Lilly's,
Cresson,
Gallitzin,
Kitianning,
Altoona.
6.02
6.07
F7.39
12.50
r4.38
4.47
P4.55
P505
5.15
5.25
po.46
6.00
6.40
P7.08
7.17
7.50
8.47
9 20
11-59
2.35
EBEXSBDUG & CRESSOX RAILROAD.
On and after Monday, October, 31, 1804.
trains on this road will run as follows:
Leave Ebeksbcrg
At 6,00 A. M., connecting with the Bait
more Express West and Through Accom
modation East.
At 4.10 Pr M., connecting with the Mail
Train West and Through Express East.
Leave Crssson
At 12.30 P. M.. or on departure of Thro'
Accommodation West. -
At 9.40 P. M., or on departure of Express
East and Mail West.
ENOCH LEWIS, Gen.Supt.
BBBN8BUR6 HOUSE.
The undersized having purchased and
taken possession , of - t lie Ebenburg
House (furmely cupied by Jlenry Foster.)
will be happy to receive and , accommod
ate his old customer,, and , all others who
may be disposed to patronize him. " The
Proprietor feels assured Trom the spacious
HOUSE, STABLE & other facilities that
he can . offer at least as good accommo'
dations . as can be had at any other in the
place. He is in' possession of a farge(snpply
of the choisest liquors "with which, his .bar
will be furnished; Jiis table .will be furn
ished with alljth luxuries of the season, and
he intends by - his hospitality and care, to
merit the patfouagc of all those who stop
withhim.' '
. ISAAC CRAWFORD.
Eberisburg April, 17, 1861. tf.
POUDREVTE1 . ,v :
" , Fifteen Years Fair Trial ! J ; rf -A-.
FEYSSOiT, Philadelphia,
PODDKETTE,; $20,00 per ton, taken
from the Factory, loose, or 50 ccets per
bushel, and $26,00' per ton in bags.. de
livered at Steamboat and R. Road Depots,
in Philadelphia. Manufactory, Jray's Fer
ry lioad, above "the Arsenal, Philadelphia.
Depot. PEYSSONIS Farm, Gloucester,
N."J,; Woodbury road. "
Office Library . Street, Xo. -420 back'ef
the New Post OQice, Philad'a. Dralers
FRENCH, RICHARDS & CO.,
FOURTH & CALLOWHILL Strcets.-
.Feb-15, 1865-4m',. PHILADELPHIA.
- - . ,.
: UMONv? HOUSE:"
EBENSBURG PA
JOH2J" A. BLAIR." Proprietor. . " : ' ,
THE PROPRIETOR will spare no pains
tQ render this Hotel, worthy of "a continua
tion 6T the liberal share of public patron
age it has .heretofore received- pis table
yi!l a! wayV be furnished,, with. Ihe blest the
market .aiffordsj his bar with the" best .of
liquors- . , .- . .. "
.His stable js large, and will be attended,
by 'an attentive and obliging, hostler. '
4.08
4.13
r4.27
jyjonunrg April eu.. .
The peculiar taint or
infection which we call
Scrof ulA lurks - in
the constitutions ' of
multitudes of men. It
either produces or is
produced by ' tut . en
feebled, vitiated state
of the blood, wherein
that fluid becomes in
competent to sustain
the vital forces in their
vigorous action, and
leaves the system to
fall into disorder and
decay. The scrofulous
contamination is variously caused by mercurial
disease, low living, disordered digestion from
unhealthy food, impure air, filth and filthy
habits, the depressing vices, and, above all, by
the venereal infection. "Whatever be its orijrin,
it is hereditary in the constitution, descending
"from parents to .children unto the. third and
fourth generation ; " indeed, it seems tobe the
rod of Him who says, "T will visit, the3niqui
ties of the fathers upon .their children."' . The
diseases which it originates take various names,
according to' the organs it attacks. In the
lungs. Scrofula produces tubercles, and finally
Consumption: in the glands, swellings which
suppurate and become ulcerous ores ; in the
stomach and bowels, derangements which pro
duce indigestion, dyspepsia," and liver com
plaints; on the skin, eruptive and cutaneous"
affections. These all having the same origin,
require the same remedy, viz. purification and
invigoration of the blood. Purify tho blood,
and these daDgcrous, -distempers leave you.
With feeble, foul, or corrupted blood, vou can
not have health ; with that " life of the flesh "
healthy, you cannot have scrofulous disease.
Ayer's - Sarsaparilla
is compounded from tho most effectual anti
dotes that medical science has discovered for
this afflicting distemper, and for the cure of tho
disorders it entails. That it is far superior to
any other remedy yetdevised, is known by all
who have given it a"1trial. That it does com
bine virtues truly extraordinary in their effect
upon this class of complaint3, is indisputably
proven by the great multitude of publicly
known and remarkable cures it has made o?
the fallowing diseases s King's Evil 0T
Glandular Swellings, Tumors. Erup
tions, Pimples, Blotche3 and Sores, Ery- J
sipeias, liose or be. Antnony's Fire, Salt
Rieum, Scald Head, Coughs from tu
berculous deposits in the lungs, White
Swellings, Debility, Dropsy, Neuralgia,
Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Syphilis and
Syphilitic Infection Mercurial Diseases,
Female Weaknesses, and,, indeed, the whole
series of complaints that arise from impurity
of the blood. Minute reports of individual
cases may be found in Aide's American
Almanac, which is furnished to the druggists
for gratnitons distribution, wherein may be
learned the directions for its use, and some of
the remarkable cures wbich it has made when
all other remedies had failed to afford relief.
Those cases are purposely taken from all sec
tions of the country, in order that every reader
may have access to some one who can speak to
him of its benefits from personal experience.
Scrofula depresses the vital energies, and thus
leaves its victims far more subject to disease
and its fatal results than arc healthy constitu
tions, IIcnce .it tends to bhortcn, and does
greatly shorten, the average duration of human
life. The vast importance of these considera
tions has led us to spend years in perfecting a
remedy which is adequate to its cure. This
we now offer to the public under the name of
At ee's Sarsaparilla, although it is com
posed of ingredients, some of which exceed the
best of Sarsaparilfa in alterative power. By
its aid you may protect yourself from the suffer
ing mid danger of these disorders. Purge out
the foul corruptions that rot and fester in the
blood; purge out tho causes of disease, and
vigorous health will follow. By its peculiar
virtues this remedy stimulates the vital func
tions, and thus expels the distempers which
lurk within the system or burst out on an
part of it.
-.We know the public have been deceived by
manv compounds of Sarsaparilla, that promised
much and did nothing ; but they will neither be
deceived nor disappointed in this. Its virtues
have been proven by abundant trial, and there
remains no question of its surpassing excellence
for the cure of the afflicting diseases it is in
tended to reach. Although under the game
name, it is a very different medicine from any
other which has been before the people, and is
far more effectual than any other which has
ever been available to them.
CHEERY PECTORAL, -
. .
The World's Great Remedy for
Coughs, Colds, Incipient Con
sumption, and for the relief
of Consumptive patients v
v - in advanced stages
s.-., ; '.' of the disease. " tl
. This has been so long used and so univer
sally known, that we' need do no more than
rassure the publij. $hat its quality is kept up to
4he best it .ever lias been, and that it may be
relied 'on to do all it has ever done.
Prepared by : Da J. C. Ater . Co.,
, , - Practical pnd Analytical Chemist'
" ; :; '' Lowell, Mass.
v. Sold by all druggists everywhere.
Db. E.S.'BUNN, EbenEburg,
C T. FRAZER. Johnstown.
P. H. SHIELDS, Lorretto,1 and? .dealers
L everywhere. ; i-.-2,fjZ-U-:'- 'VW'--
Junfrl5,;1864.v--..;,;:--'.'y-'.--
HARNESS AKD :-' SADDLERY
The undersisned Ijeeps-. constantly oa
hand and is still manufacturing all' articles
in hi line bhcu as, -J:--.;-: - - -
; SADDLES,
FlisE SIXGLE & DOUBLE nARNESa
: DHAFT HAaWESS.
BLIND BRIDLES. RIDING -BRIDLES,"
CHECK LINES, II LTERSWHIFS,
" JiiaCJJJiADS . .
' '' -' '. &c.; &c, - v ' - .
which he will dispose of at : low -prices for
cash. - - '',.. v.-'' 'j -",
f His work is all warranted, sjid being" ex
'perienced, he puts the best of leather in bis
work. TJianiful Sor past favors Tie hopes,
by. attention to business to merit a continu
ance of the patronage "Jieretofore, 'BOIibcral
ly extended to blm." " - C - . ?
Shop above the stoire of Robert. Davis.
Persons wishing good and substantial Har
ness can be accommodated by. - -,
- V ; . , HUGH M'COY.
Ebehsburg Dec, 11, 1861-tf. ;v 1 ."' .
- The Constitution of the-. United States
with' explanatory notes for sale by ' - 1
- - JAMES MURKAT-
;KHLr."30LD?S .
Genuine Preparations.
COMPOUNJTfLUID EXTRACT BUCHU,
a Positive and Specific Remedy for diseases
of the Bladder,' Kidneys, Gravel, and Drop
sical Swellings. ; "
This Medicine increases the power of Di
gestion, and excite the Absorbents into
healthy action, by which the "Watery or
Calcareous depositions, and all Unnatural
Enlargements are reduced, as well as Pain
and Inflammation.
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU.
. For Weaknesses arising from Excesses,
Habits of Dissipation, Early Indiscretion of
Abuse, attended with the following symp
toms: .
Indisposition to Exertion, Loss of Power,
Loss of Memory, Difficulty of Breathing,
Weak Nerves,- . Trembling,
Horror of Disease, Wakefulness,
Dimness of Vision. ' Pain in the Back,
Universal Lassitude of the Muscular System,
Hot Hands. Flushing of the Body,
Dryness of tho Skin. Eruptions on the Face.
- Pallid-Countenance.,
These symptoms, if allowed to go on,
which this medicine invariably removes,
soon follows - '
. Impoieiicy, ratvily, Epilejftic Fits,
In one of which the Patient may expire.
Who can say that they are not frequently
followed by those "Direful Diseases'
"INSANITY AND CONSUMFflON."
Many are aware of the cause of their suff
ering, But. none wiil confers the records of tLe
Insane Asylums.
And Melancholy Deaths by Consumption
bear ample witness to the Truth of the as
sertion. . ' .
The Constitution once effected with Organic
Weakness requires the aid of M!dicine to
Strengthen and Invigorate the Svstem.
Which Helsibold's EXTRACT BUCHU
invariably does. A Trial will convince the
most skeptical. -
FEMALES FEMALES FEMALES.
In many' A jf ections peculiar io Females the
Extract Buchu is. unequal led by any otLer
remedy, as in Chlorosis or Retention, Irre
gularity, Painfulness, or Suppression of
Customary Evacuations, Ulcerated or
Scirrhous state of the Uterus, Leuchorrl.coa
or Whites, Steri'ity, and for all complaints
incident to the sex. whether arising from
indiscretion Habits of Dissipation, or in the
DECLINE OR CHANGE OF LIFE.
Take no more Balsam, Mercury, or un
pleasant Medicines for unpleasant and dan
acrous diseases.
HELM HOLD'S EXTRACT r,UCHU AND
IMPROVED ROSE WASH CURES
SECRET DISEASFS
In all their Stages, At little Expense.
Little or uo change in Diet. No inconve
nience. .
And no Exposure.
It causes a frequent desire and gives
strength to Urinate, thereby ilemovir.g Ob
structions, Preventing and Curing Strict
ures' of the Urethra, allaying Pain and In
flammation, so fraquent in the class of dis
eases, and expelling ull Foisonous, Diseased
and tcornoul Jlfiiter.
Thousands upon Thousands who Lave j
been the Victims of Quacks, and who have
paid heavy fees to be cured in a short time, j
have found they were deceived." and that
the "POISON" has, by the use of "Power-
ful Astringents," been dried up in the sys
tem, tq break out in an aggravated form,
and perhaps after Marriage.
Use Htlmbold's Extract Buchu - for all
affections and diseases of the URINARY
ORGANS, whether existing in MALE or
FEMALE, from whatever cause oriRin'ating
and no matter of HOW.LONG STANDING
Dissases of these Organs requires the aid
of a DIURETIC. HKLMBOLD'S EX
TRACT BUCHU IS THE GREAT DIUR
ETIC, and is certain to have the desired
effect in all Diseases for tchich it is Jlecom
mended. 1 ;
- 'Evidence of the most reliable and respon
sible character will accompany the medicine.
Price $1,00 per bottle, or six for 5.00.
Delivered to any Addiess, securely packed
from observation.
Describe Symptoms in all Communications
Cures Guaranteed! Advice Gratis!
Address letters fur iLformation to
H. B. HELMBOLD, Chemist.
104 South Tenth St., bel. Chesnut, Phila
IIELMBOLD'S Shdical Depot,
HKLMBOLD'S Drug and Chemical Ware
house, 594 Broadway, New York.
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS AND
7'NPRINCIPLED DEALERS who endea
vor to dispose "of their own" and "other"
tgrticlcs on the reputation attained by
llelmboJd's Genuine Preparations.
- Extract Buchu.
"' ' Sarsaparilla.
- . . s Improved Rose Wash.
t.-i mm mm
V" SOLD BY
' ALL DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE.
ASK FOR HELMBOLD'S. take no
OTHER. ;
, Cut out the Advertisement and send for it
"AND AVOID IMPOSITION AND EX
POSURE. - March 9, 1 864.-ly.' .
- DEXTISTRY. -
THE undersigned Graduate of the. Balti
more College of Dental Surgery, respect
fully offers his"proffessiondi services to the
Citizens of Ebensburg." He has spared no
means thoroughly to acquaint himself with
every improvement In his art. To many
years of personal experience he has. thought
to add the imparted experience of the high
est authorities in Dental Science. He sim;
ply asks that an ppportuity may be given
for his work to speak its own praise.
- v SAMUEL BELFORD,JJ. D. S.
y Office in Colonade Row.
Prof. O. A. Harris ; T. E. Bond, jr. ; W. R.
Handy ; A. A. Blandy, p. H. Austen, of the
Baltimore Collefie..
CO Will be at Ebensburg '011 the fourth
Monday of each month, to stay one week.
The Life and services of General Grant
foeale by 4 ' - - "
' . . JAMES MURRAY.
Jobnatown Marble Worktj
A NEW STOCK '
large - and handsome invoice ofjff
Italian and American - f
Ml-RBLE, m
comprising the largest ana nnest
stock of the kind ever brought to
Johnstown, at his establishment
on Franklin Street, where he is prepared,
with an adequate force of experienced pl
ekilful workmen, to execute all kindTof
MONUMENTS. Mantels, Tombstones. Ta
ble and Bureau Tups, &c, as cheap as they
can be purchased in any of the cities.
A" large stock of GniKDaTOKES on hand
and fop sale low.
Prompt attention paid to orders from
a distance and work delivered- where de
sired. JOHN PARKE.
March 13, 1862.
GREAT ATTRACTION!!
Call and Examine the Goods.
fTnUE subscribers having .returned from"!
JL the city, have now opened one of the
largest and most carefully, assorted stock of
SPKIXG AND SUMMER GOODS,
ever offered to the people of Carrolltown mid
the sumundiDg country, which they will j
sell at as low a figure as any store in thej
country. Their stock consists of
DRY GOODS, READY-MADE CLOTH
ING. BOOTS AND SHOES
cf all kinds. Ladies' Dress Gools of all kinds,
French Merino, Dehiino. Siiks, Alpacas,
Plaids, &c. 'flair stock of Groc.iics con
sist of the best articles the ruaiket afi'oitls of
COFFEE, SUGAFi, TOBACCO, S,C.
Tlitir Cutlery is f the best manufacture
Their QUEENSWARH and HOLLOW
WARE aie of the hotst quality. Ladies
who wish to make a goul inve.-tmeui fch'jui.l
call and exataiiie fur themselves.
All kinds of country produce taken, and
greenbacks not refused, (Jive us a call, and
we will endeavor to give vm satUfultion.
May 18, 18ti4. E. GLASS & CO.
HIGHLY IMPORTANT
TO BLACKSMITHS.
Four fifths of time and luird UUr caved
by using
ISAAC C. FINGEirs.
NEW AND COMPIJ-rrK TIRE AND
BAND BKXDER.
Patented March lU, 15G3. Its chit !" advan
tages arc
. 1st. Having strong goar wheels to obtain
power, nnn man can operate it t. bend col.i
wagon fire, any iiixe under 1 by A inches.
2.1. Having nioveuMe c. liar.-, t.i h.hl the
bar square on flu; portable r lljr. it tnkes
all tw i.st out i f the bar, w hile lending in a
regular circle.
S.i. It can be shifted to 1 (nd to ar.y de
sired circle from one, uj to twelve feet, in
ote minute.
4th. Hiviiiga movealde centre p;st, which
can In; quickly taken off, tires and bands
are easily taken out.
5th. The upper ribbed roller will always
draw the bar through.
Gth. Being guaged and numbered, a card
with directioi s, accompanies it.
Thi Machine in good (oil the journals)
runniag order. oited upon a strung piece of
timber, without legs or crank, for &oQ, or
with logs and crank fwr $35.
All cash orders promptly attended to
CO State and County R'ights for sale.
ISAAC C. SINGER.
Ebensbuig, April 6 18G4-Iy
E
Tbeiiiburg Book. Store.
Just reotivetl
a fre.-h stock of Paper, &c.
Legal Cap.
White and Blue Laid Cap.
Plin White Cap.
White-and Blue Lnid Pot.
Conimercial Letter.
Octavo Note Guilt Edge.
L-xdy's Note.
Uiank Deeds, Mortgage", an J Uonls.
Blank Summons" and Extculions.
Blank Books.
Tuck Pass Bocks.
Time Books.
Blotting Taper.
Arnold's Writing Fluid.
Steel Pens and l'en Holders.
Envelopes Large and Small.
Copy Books and Mucelae.
Books of various kinds from 10 cts. to SI .50.
Segars and Tobacco and various other No
tions of the best quality.
Just Teccived two new first clas Novels,
"VfcRY HARD CASH," by Charles Iteade.
and PARRELL MARKliAM," by M. E.
Braddon.
April 13, 18C4. JAMES MURRAY.
EBENSHUIiG BAKERY
A XD
IHTIiSMlY
f Hli subscriber, having greatly enlarged
JL his BAKERY and replenished his
stock of GROCERIES and CONFECTION
ARIES, is prepared to supply orders, on
shott notice. Ho has also added to his
store, many other articles, such as
FLOUR. SUGAR, COFFEE. CHEESE,
SALT, TOBACCO & SEGAES, SPICES.
TOYS, NOTIONS, &'c.
CARBON OIL at the lowest retail prices.
A fine Jot of CHRISTMAS' CANDIES.
CAKES and Christmas- PRESENTS, to
which he solicits the patronage of the pub
lie. He has, also, attached to his establish
ment, an OYSTER and DRINKING SA
LOON, whre fresh Ovsters, Sardines and
prime ALE and PORTER can be had, at
all hours. - .
GEORGE GURLEY.
Dec. 2, 18C3.-ly.
Notice.
AH persons indebted to me for
6ubscriptiou, advertising or job work, are
requested to settle their accounts immedi
ately. JAS. S. TODD.
- ApriM3, 1864.
jJANSION HOUSE.
AT THE PENNA RALBOAD DEPOT
. P PITTSBURG. PA.
MEALS BEADY ON THE ARRIVAL
OF ALL TRAINS
J. H. CLARK & CO., Proprietor,
.fepj. 28, mt. tf -
JTBTTBR'S
CELEBRATED
STOMACH
BITTERS.
A pure iiid woi.derful Tonic, corrective and
. alterative of wonderful illicacv in dibtase
of tho
STOMACH. LI VHP. AND BOWELS.
Cures Dyspepsia, L:vr Cvmplaiiit, Head- '
ache, General Debility. Nervousress. lte.
precsion of Spirits. Constipation. Co'ic, lu
termittetit I'evcts, Cranjp and Sp.isn.s, and
all Complaints of either Stx. aiiirg iVom m
B .rfiiiy Weakness whether inherent in tLs
system or produced by epecial causes. -
Nothing that is not hoIesime, genial
and ietorative in its l.a'ii'e enters ir.ti"t!:
c!mpoition of HOSTEITKR'S hTOMAOI
BITTEItS. Tliis popular preparuticu o'n
tains no nancial of any kind, no de.v;.';y
botanical element; r.o fiery excitant-. I ist is
is a comtination of the cx'iacts of r.'.re h:.l
sainic hehs and plants with the pmert at:d
mildest i f all diUu.-.ivo stinltdr.i.ts.
I is well to be forearmed ugainsi discaw.
aiid, so far as tl.e Lumau system can bp.''
protectoii by human means :gaimt maladies,
engendered by an wholes, me atn.opbeie.
iinfuie v ater and oil,-r external euci,
HOSTET'l KR'S Bl'lTKlIS may be relied
on us a sa'egieud.
In districts M,fe.ted with Fixer or. Ajue,
it 1 as been f und infaH.b'n: as a preventive
and ii h sist il'lr a a remedy and thonand
wlio restat to it under apprelieuion r.f an
attack, escape the hci:r; v; and thousaafi
who neglect to avail then. selves of its pro
tective qualities in advance, are cured by it
vciy L:kf e nrse i f this mai veloug medicine.
Fever and Ague jatier;ts. .-.ft-r btin 1 : o 1 .
with ji.it.in' f. r n;oi;ths in v?.io. i:n'i! la'ii'.
saturattd ith'that (Linircrotis r.lkr.l. 'A.
nnt unfietj-it-ntlv restort-d t health within a
b-w davs by. the use of HOSTET'l ER'6
BITTERS.
The w eak st--'in.'.. 1. i rapid' v ;iivigor.i:-.!
atjd the nppef'te ret-Urtd by this agree.ible
Tonic, :n.! :!,et- it w- rk.s won-iers in case
of Diiipepsia ai. in less c ii.fi rmfvl form if
Indigestion. Acting r.s a gentle and pain
less appiiitnf, as veil as ujm.h the liver, it
also invariably rel'n vi-s tiie (onstinatin-i
stioc iniliteed bv irregular action of the di
gesttve ai.t; secretive orifans.
Persi ns f feeble habit, liable to Nervous
Attacks. T.tirvcas tf Spirits aid Fit ot
LaixjiKir. f.t-.d j ron.pt and prrn.anent reliet
fu-ni tho I'.itters. Tl.e testimony on this
point is most conclusive, and from both
sexes.
The agony of Biliou.- C ilic is iuujiediately
assnagei! by a single de of the stimulant,
and by occasionally resorting to it, the re
turn of the ccn.plaint may b prevented.
As a General Tonic. IIOSTETTF.R'
BVITERS j roiiv.oe tfi'ects which must bo
experienced or viti.'-s-e 1 bef.-rt they can bo
fully apjrreci.it d. In cass CotistHurifn
al Uca' ti ess, I'r-?:ature Jccay find l).';il
iry anil Decrepitude arVin-j Ir.'in O'd Ag".
it exercises the eiectric influence. In the
convalescent stages if all diseases it operate
as a delight ful invig'.rant. When i-ijp
powers of nature are le'axed. it operitefo
re-in force and re-t atabiish them.
Last, but n..t bat. it is The Only S-ifc
Stimulant being manufactured frm sound
ami inniHTcons materials, aud entirely trfi
from acid elements present more or less in
all the oniiuiry tonics and ttomacLic.H f
the day.
"No family mediciue has ln-on so univer-
sally, and, it may.be truly added, deserved
lv nopulr.r with the inteliiiror.t portion of
the community, as HOSTETTER'S T.IT
TFRS. Prepared by IIOSTETTF.R & SMITH.
Pittsburgh, Pa.
Sold by all D.UL'gi.-ts, Grocers nnd Store
keepers everywhere.
March 0. ISr4.-ly. '
JOHN B. FROMALD
DEALER IN
MILLiNARY & FANCY BSENSpBS.
T2IMMTXOS EMBROIDRIES.
CLOAKS & SHAWLS,
Corsets, Hopcd Skirts, Pertumery, Lad
ies' and Children' s Shoes, Gloves, Hank'
erchiefs, Fancy Goods, notions, S"C, &c.
MAIN STREET, JOHNSTOWN. Pa.
- Nov. 20. 1861. ly.
CHAIR MANUFACTORY.
"WILLIAM T. PATTON.
JOILSTOW. I 1.
ALL KINDS OF CHAIRS
1
such as common Winsor Cliairs, Fret Back
Chairs, Vienna Chairs, Bustle Chairs, Rica
Backed Chairs, Sociable Chairs,
Cant Stat knits,
ROCKING CHAIRS, OF EERY SIZR
SPUING SEAT CnAIRS,
Settees, Lounges, &c., &c
CABINET RNITURE
of every description and of latest
STYLES, WITH PRICES TO SUIT THE
Tastes of all.
Thankful for paot favors, he respect
fully tolicits a liberal share of public patron
age. Clinton Street, . Johnstown Cambria
Gx P, KoveaUr 30t, 18C1. lj
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