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OPEN TO ALL THE WORLD.
THE THIRD TNNHAL FAIR
FOIL THE YEAR 1964. WILL IF lIELD ON
TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY
Sept* 6, 7 and 8, 1864,
CN THE GROUNDS OF
Osterhout & Eaton, Glenwood, Susq*
Organization and Object of the Society,
The Glenwood Agricultural Society was organ
ised October 18tb, 1861, on a different plan from all
other Agrieullural Societies in the United States-
This Society does not confine its exhibitors to the
narrow limits of State, nor United
States, but opens it to the World. This is the third
year of its exhibition, and, judging from the suc
cess of the past, we expect a gieat c*iw f this year,
for we bare added very largely to our premiums,
and shall spare no pains in making averytmug as
attractive as possible, As to the hair Ground and
Track, they an- too well known to r.eed comment.
The Society tenders its thanks to its last year's vis
itors, and pledge themselves to do everything in
their power to moke this more attractive th in last
year, for we believe in improvement. We refer
you to our Pre tniiun List and Rules and Regula
tion* for farther information.
Oui exhibitirn this year, will be Tuesday, Wef
nesday and Thursday, September 6th, 7th, and Bth,
1864, at the Fair Grounds, on tbe premises of Os'er
hout A Eaton, Gleewood, Susquehanna County,
Pennsylvania, and we cordially invite one and all
to make us a visit.
F. P. GROW, PRESIDE *T.
A. D. KING, Corresponding Seeretary
PREMIUM LIST.—GFNT'S DEPARTMENT
CLASS.l—Stallions, Brood Mares, Matched, and Sin
Best stallion tor neavy work, four years old and
Best stallion for light work, do. 10
" brbod mare, with foal at her foot a
" pair of horses or mares for all work, four
years old or upwards. 5
" pair of horses or mares, quick do 5
" matched carriage horses or mares 5
" single driving horse or mare 3
CLASS ll.—Baidlo, Walking Horses and Young
Best saddle horse or osare 83
" saddle walking horse or mare 3
" pair walking horses or mares. 3
" stallion, three years old. 3
" stallion, two years old 3
>' stallion, one year old 3
CLASS.I II- Colts and Mules.
Best gelding, three yeais old 82
'• gelding, two years old 2
" mare, three years old 2
•' mare, two years old 2
" mare, one year old 2
" pair mules. 3
CLASS IV. —Devon C'attle
Best bull th.ee years old or upwards- 85
" bull, two years old 4
" bull, one year old 3
" bull, under ten months old 2
" cow. three years older upwards 4
*• heifer, two years old 3
" heifer, one year old 2
" heiter, under ten months old 2
CLASS V.—Grade Cattle.
Best bull, three years old or upwards 85
•' bull, two years old 5
'• bull, one year old 3
" null, under ten months old 2
" cow, three years old or upwards 4
" heifer, two years old 3
" heiter, on year old 2
" heifer, under ten month 2
CLASS Vl.—Native Cattle,
Best bull, three years old or upwards 34
" bull, two years old 3
" bull, one year old 2
'• bull, under ten months old 2
" cow. three years old or upward* 4
" heifer, two years old 3
•' heifer, one year old 2
" heiter. uniicr ten months old. 2
CLASS VII —Oxen anl Steers
Best display of working oxen by one man 85
•' pair working oxen, 1 years old or upward 4
" pair steers, th.ee years old or upwards 3
•• pmr steers' two yeurs old 3
" pair steer®, on# year old 2
CLASS VIIf —Bhepand Lambs
r: fln Wool buck, two years old or upwards 95
•• G tie aool buck, one year old or upwards 3
" tutce ewes, doe wool 5
•' three 1; mds. fine wool 3
" coarse wool buck, 2 years old or upwards 5
" eoarse wool buck, 1 year old 3
" three ewes, coarse wool 5
" three lambs. coarse wool 3
" middle wool buck, 2 venrs old or upwards a
" uii.idie wool buck, 1 year old 3
" three ewes, middle wool 5
" three lambs, middle wool 3
" buck lamb ot each 2
Leicester*, Bnkewells, Ac, are classed * coarse
wootelt rjaxuiiy, Merinos, A;., as Cue wooleti, and
South Downs, Ac. as middle wooled.
Class IX —Swine,
lissi boar, oris year old er upwards 9
" breeding eow 4 ;
" 2 pigs, over 6 months, and under one year obi 3
" 2 pigs, uuder six months old 2
" fatted pig, between six , mouths and one year
" fatted hog, over one year old 2 j
Best pair Shanghais 9 50 '
•' pair Brtthuias 50
" pair common fowls 50
" coop of Guntauis 5'J
" pair of Javas 50
" cage of canaries 50
" pair o( turkeys 50
" pair ot geese 40
'• pair of ducks 50
" lot of spring chickens I 00
" lot of poultry raised by exhibitor 1 00 j
Class XI. -1" lusT Division.—Mechanical Depart-,
Best farm wagon 94
" two horse top carriage 4
" one horse top buggy 3 I
" oj>en buggy 2 j
" spring maoges wagon 4 i
" bay rigg'ug on w agon 3 j
" displaa ofcarriager, spring wagons, Ac. 5 '
" road sulkey 1 I
" trotting sulkey 2 \
" trotting buggy _ 2 ,
two horse pleasure sleigh 3
'J cutter 2 '
Class XII - —Second Division —Mechanical Depart '
Best plow for general use 92 00
" cultivator 2 00
" horse rake 2 00
" hand rake 50
ox yoke 50 i
" corn basket 50
' grain cradle 50
" harrow j yQ
" butter firkin 50
" butter pail 50
41 wooden churn 50
' wheelbarrow 50
Class Xlll.—Thirl Division.—- Mechanical Depart
Best set of carriage harness, double 94
" set of (arrisge harness, siugle 2
" set of team harness, double 2
" pair of stoga boots 1
" pair of fine boots 2
" three sides of sole leather (hemlock) 2
three sides of sole leather (oak) 2
'• three sides of upjier leather 2
three dressed calf skins 2
saddle, bridla, and urartingalee 2
Class Xl\.— Fourth Division— Mechanical
Bsst specimen of tin ware 91
•' specimen cf rnaioie work 2
•' specimen olcarriageor aiga paiatiog J
" •pecimen of cabinet work 4
" suit ef clothes a
" skeeiar rVifi 1
-*lrw *errr v
" mowing machins
•' corn sbsllsr
Best tbrss heads of cauliflowsrs 81 88
'• three beads of CA ibsgs 1 00
" TWELVE round turnips 50
•• twelve French turnips §0
" twelve rutabaga turnips SO
" twelve boots 50
•' twelve carrots 50
" twelve parsnips 50
" twelve onions 50
" twelve peppers 50
| •' twelve toiiiatoei 50
" three squashes F PO
" three pumpkins 1 00
" TWELVE ears of sweet corn 50
" three watermelons 50
'' three muskuielons 50
" one bushel of jxitdtoe s 2 00
C'LAS XVR —BU ter, ChessS. Honey me
Best pail or firkin sf baiter, EACH 85 FL
t wenty pounds or users of shersa J 00
" b'tx of bouey 1 PIJ
" maple sugar 1 00
' maple syrup 1 00
" eider vinegar 50
" home made soap 50
CLASS XVll.— Gram ASD Flour-
Best -bushel of corn in the ear 82 00
'• half BUSHEL of white winter wheat 2 06
" half bushel of white spring wheat 2 00
" half bushel of rye 1 00
'■ peek of elover see I 1 00
" peck <>l timothy seed J 00
" peck of flax-seed ] 00
•' half bushel of red winter whsai £ 00
'' bushel of oats 1 QO
" bushel of bucicwheat 1 (IY
" sack of wheat flower 1 QO
*• sack of rye flower 1 00
" sack of buckwheat flower 50
" sack of corn meal 50
CLASS XVIII — Fruit-
Best variety of winter apples, 5 of a /tin d 83
1 variety of fall apples, 5 of a kiud 3
" and largest collection 5
" specimen of peaches 1
" and largest collection 1
" spccimer of pc.irs 1
" an 1 largest collection J
" twelve quinces 1
'• lot of grapes 2
CLASS XIX—-Auibro'ypes and Penmauship.
Best specimen of ambroiypes 82
•' specimen of penmanship. 2
CLASS XX.— Horsemanship.
Best lady- rider 820
" lady driver, fast double team 20
" lady driver, fast single horse 10
CLASS XXL— Trotting Colts.
Fastest four year old eolt S3O
three year told solt 20
Best two in three in harness.
CLASS Xll— Trotting Horses.
Faste-t horse that never trotted unuer 3
" stallion 30
" pair of horses #10
_ " horse without exception 200
Single horses, best three in five, to harness.
DOub/e ter n, best two in three, to wagon
JOHLS RRIBBIN, New York City. )
S. W. BREED' Brookiyn, V Judges.
J. S TAKBELL, Montrcse. J
PRENIU MLIST.—LADIES' DEPARTMENT.
CLASSII .USEHOLD Articles.
Best loaf of wheat bread 81
'• loaf of brown bread 1
"I IF of pound cake 1
" loaf of SPOTIGI cwk* 1
" lot of preserves 1
J' specimen of pickles
CLASS XXlV.—Domestic Manufactures.
Best T en yards of flannel 82
'• five yard- <>F fulled cloth 2
" fifteen yards of wools carpet 2
" fifteen yards of rag carpet 1
'' Six yair ef woolen socks e
" two pair AF woolen mittens 1
" ten yards of linen cloth 2
CLASS XXV— Flowers.
Best collection of fiows.-s 82
" d.- bis 1
" roses I
" verbenas |
'- boquet 2
Class XXlll—Ornamental Paintings.
Best oil paintiDg 83
'■ orieatol painting 2
'• crayon painting 2
CLASS XX\ II —FaD.-v Embroidery.
Best piec c of worsted embroidery * 8A
" piece of silk embroidery 3
" P.iece >f eotum euibridoery I
CLASS XXYLLL —Ornarsental Nse llewerk. 3*
Besf patehw.irk quilt 81
" quilt of amy oth4r kind T
" bed spread J
•s hounet 1
" lady's s,I -QUE 1
Mrs Dr MILE-T, Waverly, )
Mrs. GEO. HAY PEN. New Milford, /Judges.
Mrs. S. MA N HHE>SEK, Benton, )
Should there be any articles on exhibit! a • :
in the atxive schedule, the same susli
be referred to the Cominitte of ArrangeinNTS
A B.BAKER, 1 Committee
A A EATON C of
L. HARDING Y Arrangements
RULES AND REGULATIONS,
Tickets Fl.r EACH admission, twenty-five cents
children under twelve years of -IGE. 10 cents. Carriage
will be a 11. oved to enter the enclosure on paytnem of
fifty cents for each admission for a pair of horses,
and twenty-five cents for 6>r each admission for a
sin T lo horse Colts, two years and under, ten cents,
Btoek, and all other articles entered for sxhibi' n
free of charge, harscs and colts excepted, No person
will be allowed to gamble or sell iutoxicutin<R li
quors n-h 1 Fair Ground. Tickets of admission
will be furnished at the ticket office, hear the Fair
Ground, and returned to the office, near the Fr.ir
Ground, and returned to the gate keepiers on enter
ing the enclosures. The book of entries will be open
at THE office of A. A. Eaton, in Glenwood, on and
after the fifteenth day of August. All artciles in
tended for exhibition should be enteicd AS uarly N
p-ossible aiter the above date- Animals and article
entered for exhibition wiil have cards attached with
numbes and class as entered on entry book ; and it
is reqmirea that exhibitors, in all cases shall obta
their card* of number and class prev'ous to plac-in •
their articles or> the grounds. 1
The Books of entries will be closed at 9 o'clock
A in., on Wednesday, the second day of the Fair, af
ter which time there will positively be no more en
tries made. Ail animals and articles for exhib tion
must he on the Fair ground as soon as 9 o'clock
VVednosda v morning, the second day of the Fair, at
which time the judges will take the entry books and
proceeu to dsci le the merits of the articles and ani
mals entered for premiums.
There will fee a man on the ground to furnish
grain, hay, or straw, to any person wishing the
Horsemanship and trotting will be conducted as
follows ; the three nnd four year obi colts will trot
the first day of the Fair, commencing at 2 o'cioek p 1
m, Ca.iy ruling and driving and ths teot for the
#3O premium, the second day cr—mencing at 1
o'clock, p. m. The double team flou premium, and
the single S2OO premium, the third and last day
commencing at 11 ..'clock M. Persons entering
their name compete for the premiums of the 20th
2lst, nnd 22 classes will be required to pay ten per
cent, on the premium for which they enter.
The .Annual Address will bo delivered at thres
o'clock, p m. of the la tday of the Fair
Jmtedi*telj after the address, the Reports of the
Judges will be read
The premius will ho paid at the office of the
Treaeercr, in Fa lon <fc Osterbout's store, at (iien*ood
on and r Ser October Ist. ereept in Wesees 20th, 51st
and 23 I waieh will be paid on the last day *f the
fati> rf,f %e dsn ff <he aAthrilae
A FULL AS S O K I M E N T 0 F
Slto es , Hats,
MOTIONS. fcc. 2s. C , adapted to this Season'
which will be sold at the VER 5 LOWEST MA KET
PRICE for Cash ot Country Produce, at 'be Btorc of
Tu nkhannoek, March 30, 1364.
A JOI NT RESOLUTION',
Amendments to tbe Constitution.
Be is resolved by the Senate and House of Rep
resentatives of: he Commonwealth of Pennsylvania,
in general assembly met- That the billowing
•tuicnduieuts be proposed to the Constitution ot the
Commonwealth, in accordance with the provis.ons of
the tenth ariicle "hereof-
There shail bo an additional section to tbe third
article of the Constitution to be designated section
four, as follows;
SECTION 4, Whenover any of the qualified elcc
tors.if this Coiniuonwealt.i shall be in any active
military service*under a requisition from tbe Presi
dent ol the United States, or by the authority of tha
Commonwealth, ueh electors may exer-ise the right
of suffrage in all elections by the citizens, under
uch regulations as aro or shall be, prescribed by
law as fully as it they were present at their usual
place of election "
SKCTION >. Xbure shall be two additional sections
tot lie eleventh article of tho Constitution, to be des
i-nated as sections, eight and nine, as follows:
"'•SECTION 8- No bill shall be PASSED by the legis
lature. containing more than one subject which shall
be clearly expressed in the tile, except appropria
"SECTION r < No bill shall be passed by the Legis
lature grautmg any powers, or privileges, in any
case, where the authority to grant such powers, or
privileges, hits been or may hereafter be conferred
upon the courts of this Commonwealth."
HENRY C. JOHNSON, Speaker of the House of
JOHN P. PENNY*, Speaker of 'he Senate.
OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY OF THE COMMON- \
WEALFH HAURISBLUO, Apri. 25, 18g4- (
Ido hereby certify that the foregoing is a full,
true and correct copy of the original Joint Re so™
luu lof ths General Assembly, entitled "A Joint
Resolution proposing certain Amen linents to the
C institution," as the same remains on file in this
[Seal.] IN TESTIMONY whereof, I have hereunto
set my hand and caused the seal of the Secretary's
office to oe affixed, the day and year about written
ELI S LIFER, Sec. of the Common wcal/li
The above Resolut' in having been agreed to by a
majority of the members of ench House, at tno suc
eeisive sessions of Uic General Assembly of this
Commonwealth, the pr ;m*e 1 amendments will be
submitted to rhe people, for their adoption or rejec
tion, on the FIRST TUESDAY OF AUGUST, in tho
year of our Lord, one thousand, eight hundred, and
/ixty-foiir, in ivorian -e With the provisions of the
en'h arti le of the Constitution, and the act entitled
and tbe act entitled. "An act prescribing the time
and m inner of submitting to the people, for their
approval and salification, or rejection, the proposed
amendments to the Constitution," approved the
twenty-third day 01 . pril. one tboasamJ, eTget hun
dred and -ixtv four.
ELI SLIFKII. rotary of the Commonwealth.
Harris burg, May, 9, lbti43m.
INCeHAM and W KK\t !,
Manufacturers and Dealers lu
ON WVAIX'SINd CKhKK,
C A UPTOWN, BRADFORD Co Pa
Rolls Carried and C loth Finished.
MANUFACTURE CLOTH FOR CUSTOMERS ON SHARES
OR A1 THE FOLLOWING PRICES PER YARD:
Cassimer . Best Finish, fine 45 cents
I'la.n Cloth, do 45 "
Gray and Mixed Cassimeres,4s "
Twee is, 32 <r
Common Fulled Cloth, 40 "
White Flannel. 22 "
Madder Red Flannel, 32 "
Gray Flannel 25 "
The liray Flannel made wttb tnsto and very suita
ble for Clothing -
£"■?■ Person living at ft distance crm have roll
carded esto t ke them home with them ; ans
savethe expense of a second trip.
"it. 11co11r mti;
505 BRO DWAY,
The proprietors havo perfected arrangements
whioh enable them to announe to the Ladies' of
New York and vicinity, that they have secured the
i services of
MRS. E. WINTLE,
(for some years ,-uperintendent of the Ladies' De
pat/m-. .t in " Gkm.n's Bazaau ") who will have
charge ot their
iiHantilta, Clonic ani> (Irrcssmfltjiiuj
Mrs. W. will be ssistel hv one of the most ac
complished Cutters and Designers of
LADILS', MISSES; CHILDREN'S, & INFANT-SCUTFITS
1 all of which thev are pr epared to furnish to o
I parti alar at; . ion will begiven to e
B ILIAD I ■ T ROUSSF.AUX,
' IN ANY DESIRED STYLE, HOWEVER ELAB
Ladies favoring us wifea their oilers may rely
upon having thorn exocul .>n t most approved
i manner. No pains will bo spared in giving per
i SCOTT St BALDWIN,
i Importers of Furnishing Goods and Manufaetur
-1 ers of Ladies' Outfits. Ac.
I 505 Broadways X. Y.
i A, L. SCOTT. )
o, 9. BALDWTX. S
■ 'ja. „ k <a
NICHOLSON DEPOT, PA.
H. S. HASBIftS & C0 f
Having refitted a part ot the building formerly oc
cupied by E. F. Snow A Co., as a Stove and Tin
ware Store, would respectfully announce to the pub
lic that Ji.ive on bund an entire uaw and care
fully selected .dock of
DRUGS AND MEDrCINES,
CHEMICALS AND DYE-STI FFS,
PAINTS. OILS, AND VARNISH.
BOOKS AND STATIONERY,
TOYS AND CLOCKS.
ALBFMS Ac. Ac. Ac
CIGARS AT WHOI.ESVMI iV RETAIL,
and every thing usually kept in a Drug Store.
PRESCRIPTIONS C AREFULLY
This branch of trade will be under the direct su
pervi.-ion of A* C. ItLAKOLEb !M. !>,, weil
known as an experienced and skillful Physician and
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hope to merit a liberal share of public patronage.
Office of A. C Blakeslee, at the New Drug
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Pills sent by mail, promptvl, by remitting the
price to the Proprietors, or any authorised Agent,
in current funds.
SOLO BY DRUGGISTS GENERALLY.
HI'TCHINGS A IIILLYER. PitoPßiKTon's,
81 Cedar Street, .''tw York.
[ ffT Sold in Tunghannock. by J. W. Lyman, in
Montrose, by Able Turrell, in Scranton by L. S. A
E. C. Fuller, in Factoryvillo by all Druggists.
P u nam Clotlies wringer.
IT IS THE ONLY RPLIABT.B
NO WOOD-WORK TO SWELL OR SPLIT.
NO TIII'MB-SCREWS TO GET OUT OF ORDER
WARRANTED WITH OR WITHOCT COO-WHEELS.
It took the FTRST PREMIUM at Fifty-Seven
State and Ciunty Fairs in 1-63, and is without an
excqdion the best Wringer ever made.
Patented in the United Sta'es. England. Canada,
and Australia. Agents wanitd in every town, and
in all parts of the world.
Energetic agents can mak from 3 to 10 Dollars
Sample Wringer sent Express-paid on receipt of
No 2, SO 50. No 1, $7,50. No F. $-.59. No
Manufactured and sold, wholesale a .id retail, by
THE PUTNAM MANUFACTURING CO
No. 13 P' tt Street, New York, Cleveland, Ohio,
and Benni igton, Vt. S. NORTHROP, Agent.
WHAT EVERYBODY KNOWS, viz.—
That Iron well galvanized will not rust;
That a simple machine is better than a complicat
That a Wringer should bo self -adusting, durable,
That Thumb Screws and Fastenings cause delay
and trouble to regulate and keep in order ;
That woe I soaked in hot water will swell, shrink
The wood bearings for tfco shaft to run in will wear
That the Pufman Wringer, with or without cog
wheels, will not tear the elolhes;
That cog-wheol regulators arc not essential ;
That the Putnam Wringer has all the advantages
and not one of the disadvantages above named ; ,
That all who have tested it, pronounce it the besl
Wringer ever made;
That it will wring a 'Thread or a Bed-Quilt WITH
Wo might till the papar with testimonials, but
insert only a few to convince the skeptical, if such
there be ; and we oay to all, test Putnam's Wringer
Test it THOROUGHLY with ANY und ALL others,
any if not entirely satisfactory, return it.
Putnam Manufacturing Co :
GENTLEMEN; T know from practical experience
that iron Well galvanize with zinc will not oxidizs
or rust one particle The Putnam. Wringer is as
near perfect as possible, and lean cheerfully rec
omend it to be best in use. Respectfully yours.
J NO. W. WHEELER, Cleveland, Ohio.
Manv years'experience in the galvanizing busi
ness enable me to indotso the above statement in
New Yoi'K, dan ,1864. JNO. C. LEFFERTS
100 Beekmnn St.
We have tested Putnam's Clo'hes AYringer by
practi -al working, and know that it will do. It is
cheap ; it is Gtnple; it requires no mom, whether
at work or at rosf; a child can operate it ; it does
its duty thoroughly; it sarnes time and it saves wear
and tear. We earnestly advise all who have much
washing to do. wilh all intelligent persons who have
any, to buy tb'S Wringer. It will pay tor itself in j
a year at most.
Hon. HORACE ORE iLEY.
DMIS OF COPARTMSHIP;
The Partnership between 0. L. IIALLSTEAD
A SON, is this day d" solved hv mutual c -nscnt.
The notes and accounts will be loft in the hands of
0. L Hall stead to settle and cm be found at the |
store formerly occupied bv 0. L. Hallstead A Son,
with some one to attend to the same.
O. L HALLSTEAD,
11. P. HALLSTEAD.
Nicholson. July 27th 1864.
Tho business will bo continued bv Ilenry P.
Hallstead and Louis Hanunel, under the name and
HALLSTEAD k HAMMEL.
! who will he p!ca<el to retain the patronage of all
! who-live pat' nized the old firm, and will be pleas
ed to see any who inav favor us wiih a call.
! We are prepared to furnish EXTRA IXDUCE
MEXTC ro TiICSE HAVING PRODUCE TO
! DISPOSE OF. will pay the HIGHEST CASH
j PRICE for the same.
HALLSTEAD A HAMMEL.
Nicholson, July 27ih, 1864.
DO YOU WISH TO BE CURED 1—
BCCHAN's ENGLISH SPECIFIC PILLS Cure,
, css thnn 30 days, the worst cases of NERVOCSNKSSS
' mpotency, Premature Decay, Seminal Weakneos
Insanity, and all Urinary, Sexual, and Nerv -
Affections, no matter from what cause produeedus
Price, One Dollar per box. Sent, postpaid, by mail
on receipt of an order. Address,
JAMES 8. BUTLFR,
Station D, Bible Hons*
*n-s v k
NOT A RUM DRINK
A HIGHLY CONCENTRATED
A PURE TONIC,
TIIAT WILL RLLIEVE THE AFFICTBD, Alt
Not make Drunkards,
l)H. e. M. JACKSON,
WILL EFFECTUALLY AMD MOST CERTAJJpf
URB ALL DTSESIS
ARISING FROM A .
DISORDERED LIVER, STOMACB •*
Thousands of our citlxcns arc suffering from Dym*
pips I a and Liver Diseases, anJ to whom the fed
lowing questions apply—we guaiantee
iIOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTIRI
WILL CURE THEM
lIOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS
WILL CURE EVERY CASK OF
Chronic or Nervous Debility, Diseases f
the Kidneys, and Diseases arising froM
a Disordered Stomach.
OBSERVE THE FOLLOWING SYMPTOM!
Resulting from Disorders of the Digestive Organ,#c
Constipation, inward Piles, Fibres ow Blood
to tho Head, Acidity of the Stomach, Nausea, Heart
burn. Distrust for Food, Fullness or Wtight in th,-
StoiuaeL, Sour Eructations, Sinking or Fluttering el
the Pit of tho Stomach, Swimming of the Head, Har
ried and Difficult Breathing, Fluttering of the Heart.
Choking or Suffocating Sensations when in a lyin*-
jwsture, Dimness of Vi ion, Dot? or Webs before the
Sight, Fever and Dull Pain in the Head, Deficiency
of i erspiration, Allowncss of the Skin RIP £M'
Pain in the Side, Back, Chest, Limbs, Ac., Suddac
Flushes of Heat, Buruing in tho Flesh, Constantly
agiuings of Evil, and great Depression of Spirits.
PA RTICUJLA NOTICE
T'lyre are many preparation* sold under the naves
of Bitters, put up in quart Buttles, compounded of
the cheapest whiskey or comtron rum., costing from
20 l ° 4 ". cen J* >' cr l '" llon ' thc taste disguised by Anise
or Coriander Seed
This class of Bitters has caused and will continue
to cause, as long as they can be sold, hundreds to die
the death of the drunkard. By fhtir use the system
is kept continually under the influence rf Alcoholic
Stimulants of the worst kind, tn e desire for Liquor
is created and kept up, and the result is all the hor
rors attendant upon a drunkard's and de ith
For those who desire and will have a Liquor
Bitters, ire pwdish the following receipt. Get One
, -iTi ~0" -J, ai' d N Get man Hitters and mi*
wuk Three (Quarts <( i*oo<l llrandy or Whi*—
key, and the result will be a preparation tnat will
tar excel in medicinal virtues and true excellence
any of the numerous Liquor Bliters in the market,
and will cant much less. You will haze all thi
virtues of Hootlaud's Hitters in connection with
a good article of Liquor, at a much less price ihmn
these inferior preparations will cost you.
lIOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTER
WILL GIVE YOU
WILL GIVE YOU '
ST'IOXO HEALTHY NERVES,
WILL GIVE YOU 1
BRISK AND ENERGETIC FEELINGS
WILL ENABLE YOU TO
AND WILL POSITIVELY PREVENT
YELLOW FEVER, BILIOUS FEVER, tc
Those suffering (rcrn . , '
Broken dovn and Delicate Constitution*,
Front wuuiever causes, either ia
MALE AND FEMALE,
WILL FIND IN
HOOPLA ND'S GERMAN BITTERS
That will restore them to their usttal fceajth, Svsk '
has been the case in thousands of ias maces, aad m
lair trial is but required to prove the assertion.
Frcm Rer. J Tieictor. Brown, D. D., Editor of the
Encyclopedia oj Religious Knowledge.
Although not disposed to favor or recommend Pat
ent Medicine? in general, through difitrnst of their
ingredients and ejects, I yet know of no sufficient
reasons why a man may not testify to the benefits he
believes himself to have received from any simple
preparation, in the hope that ho may thuscontiibul#
to the benefit of others. .
I do this the more readily in regard to Hoofland'a
German Bitters, prepared by Dr. C. M Jackson ct
this city, because I was prejudiced aga.nst them'fer
many years, under the impression chat ibey were
chiefly an alcoholic mixture lam indebted te *r
friend Robert Sboemclcer, Esq., for the removal it
this prejudice by proper tests, and for encouragement
to try them, when suffering from great and lon* con
tinued debility. The use of three bottles of these
Bitters, at the beginning of the pr sent yesr wee
followed by evident relief, and restoration to a de
gree of bodily and mental vigor which I had not felt
for six months before, and had almost despaired ef
regaining. I therefore thank God and my friendfes
directing mo to the use of them
PHILAD'A, June 23, 1361. j NEWTOK BAOW.
DISEASES OF KIDNEYS~AND BLADDEI,
In Young or Aged, Male or Female,
Speedily removed, and the patient restored 'to health:
Those sufferingfmm MARASMUS, wastingaway
it.h scarcely any flesh on their bones, are cured inn
very short time; one bottle in such cases, will hare
a most surprising effect.
Having suffering children as above, and wishing te *
raise them, will never regret the day they summon* •
ed with these Bitters.
LITERARY MEN, STUDENTS,
And those working hard with their brains, should al
ways keep a bottle of Hoofland's Hitters near
them, as they will find much benefit from its use, te
both mind uud body, invigorating and not depressing.
IT IS NOT A MQ.UOR STIMULANT,
AND LEAVES NO PROSTRATION.
ATTENTION, SOLDIERS I
AND THE FRIENDS UF SOLDIERS.
We call attention of all having relations or friend*
in tho army to the tact that " HOOFLAND'S Ger
man Bitters" will ctire nine tenths of the diseases in
duced by exposures and privations incident to oamp
life. In the lists, published almost daily m the news
papers, on the arrival of the sick, it will he noticed
that a very large proportion arc suffering from debil
ity. Every case of that kind can be readily cured
by Iloofland's German Bitters. We have no hesita
tion in stating that, if these Bitters were freely used
among our soldiers, hundreds of lives might be saved
that otherwise would he lost.
The proprietors are daily receiving thankful letter*
from sufferers in the army and hospitals, who bav*
been restored to health by the use of these Bitters
ceut to tbeui by their friends. '
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS.
See that the Signature .rf "(j M. J ACKSOW 1 '
is on the WRAPPER of each Bottle.-
Price per Bottle IS rente,
or Halt Doz. for 9-1,00,
Should your nearest druggist n*t have the artiele
do not be put off by any of the intoxicating prepara
tion? that may be offered in it? place, but send Ira aa,
and we will forward, socurely packed, by expe(*>-
Prlnclrsl Office and Manufactory, -
NO. 4 ARCH
1 JONES & EVENSy
(Successors to C. M. JACK3ON A Ce-)
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