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THE DRAFT ENROLLMENTS.
Provost MarsHAL’S OFFICE.
W asHNgTON, Nov,17, 1863
CircuLaR No. 101.—As com~—
plaints have been made that er-
rorg have occured in the enroll
ment of the National forces by
she omission of persons whose
names should have been cnrolled,
and by the addition of names of
persons who by reason of alien-
age and for other causes, ought
not have been enrolled, and as it
is desirable that the Department
should have such information as
_ may be necessary in order to do
full justice in all parties, it is here-
1. The Board of Enrollment of
each District shall have printed
lists of the names and residence of
all persons enrolled in each sub-
district, prepairedand exposed to
public view, in at least five places
in each sub-district, and in as
many more as the Board may
deem neccessary. - Names will be
placed upon these lists in alpha-
2. Public notice will be given
by advertisement upon the list
of names and in the newspapers,
that any person enrolled may ap-
pear before the Board and claim
to have his name stricken off the
list, if he can show, to the satis-
faction of the Board that he is
not, and will not be at the time
fixed for next draft, liable to mil-
jtary duty on account of-first ali-
enage; second, non-residence;
third, unsuitableness of age;
fourth, manifest permanent phys-
3. Persons who may be cogni-
gant of any other persons liable
to military duty, whose names do
not appear on the enrollment list,
are requested to notify the Board
. of Enrollment, who shall there-
upon direct the Enrolling Officer
of the sub-district in which the
parties reside to asertain the facts
and enroll the persons so reported
if they are found to be subject to
enrollment. These may aval
themselves of the priveledge of
appearing, as specified in para-
graph 1, as if they had been ori-
4. Boards of Enrollment will
use all diligence in collectingt
the necessary information and
making the requisite notes to per-
fect the enrollment list.
5. Boards of Enrollment will
hear cases as provided in para--
graph 1, until the 20th of Decm-
ber 1863, after which no cases
will be heard. As soon as posi-
ble thereafter, a report of pro-
posed corrections willbe made out
according to the printed instruc-
tions, und transmitted to the
Provost Marshal General.
6. Tho names and residence
of those proposed to be stricken
off or added will be written upcn
sheets of consolidated enrollment
lists (forms 37 and 88), and trans-
mitted to the Provost Marshal
General for the purpose of correct-
ing the lists on file.
James B. Fry, Provost Marshal
Not long since a lady residing
in the State of New York, while
en route for Toledo to visit a
friend, met in our depot the lady
whom she was wishing to see.
Luckily the latter lady was on
ber way home, and thus the two
travelled the remainder of the
journey together. During the
trip the following conversation
chanced to arise:
ToledoHave you any ‘Copper-
head’ Democrats in New York ?
New York—Well, no, none
that I ever heard of.
Toledo—Have you any ‘But-
ternuts’ or ‘Secessionists’ there ?
New York—I think not. I
never anything about them ; but
perhaps they are known by some
Toledo—Well, have you any
traitors in your section ?
New York—Traitors ? Ob,
yes, plenty of them ; but we
call them by a different name
in New York, we call them Abo-
‘he Toledo lady was perfectly
dumbfounded by this reply,
had nothing more to say.
I was fixin’ myself up to at-
tend the great war meetin’, when
my daughter entered with a
young man, who was evidently
from the city, and who wore long
hair, and had a wild expression
in his eye. In one hand he car-
riied a portfolio, and in his other
paw clasped a bundle of brushes.
My daughter intivduced him
as Mr. Sweiber, the extinguished
landscape painter from Philadel-
«He is an artist, papa. Here
is one of his masterpeices—a
young woman gazin’ admirably
upon her 1st born,” and my
daughter showed me a really
nice pictur, dun in ile. «Is it
not beautiful, papa? He throws
so much soul into his work.”
« Does he? does he ?”’said I.
«Well, I reckon I’d better hire
him to whitewash our fence; it
needs it. What will you charge,
sir.” I continued to throw some
soulinto my fence ?
My daughter went out cf the
roo in a very snort meteer, takin’
the artist with her, and from the
very emphatic manner in which
the door slammed I concluded
she was summut disgusted at my
remarks. She closed the door, I
must say it in italics. Iwenl in-
to the closet, and larfed all alone
by myself for over half an hour.
A Ricm Lerrer.—A principal
in one of the public schools has
been sending circulars to the pa—
rents of his pupils, which signed
and returned, will authorize him
to inflict such punishment, cor-
yorally or otherwise as may in
his judgment be proper. The
following answer proves that
some of the parents are pleased
with the idea;
Dear Mr. Rattan—Your flog-
ging cirklar "gs duly recaved:
1 hopes as to my sun John you
will flog him jus so often as you
kin! Heas a bad boy—is John.
Although I’ve bee in the habit
of teaching him it seems to me he
never will learn anithing—his
spellin is specially ottragusly de-
fisient. Wallup him well, sur,
and you will receave my hearty
Yours, Moses spankef.
P. S. Wat accounts for John
he’s my sun by my wife’s first
ArTEMUS WARD'S ToAEST—LAa-
dies,” sez I, turning to the buteful
femails whose presents was per-
human the fare ground, ‘I hope’
you'ke enjoyir’ yourselves on this
occasion and the lemin aid ise
water, ov which you air drinkin,’
may not go agin you. May you
allers be as fare as the sun, as
brite as the moon, and as buteful
as an army ov Union flags-also
plenty ov good close to ware.
“To your sex—commonly
kawled the phair sex---we are in-
depted for bornin’ as well as men-
ny other blessings in these low
growns ov sorrow. Some poor
sperrited fools blame your sex
for the difikilty in the gardin; but
I know men are a detestful set,
and when the apple had becum
ripe, I hev no dowt Adam would
hev rigged a cider press and like
as not went into a big bust, an’
been driven orf anyway. Yure
first muther was a lady, and all
dawters is dito, and none but a
loafin cuss will sa a word agin
you. Hopin’ that no wave ov
trouble may ever 1ide akross
yure peseful breasts, and Ikonklu-
ded the remarks with the follerin’
“Woman—~She is a good egg.”
In sending General Hooker to
active duty the President gave
him a hint to keep clear of Bour-
Fumu Burrmrr, the learned
blacksmith, has been tiking a
little walk, only 500 miles or so,
frcm London to John O’Groat’s
«ANSWER ME DESE.”—If 4 scu-
ples make one dram, how many
will it take to make a drama?
If 2% inches make 1 nail, how
and | many will make a screw ?
If three feet make a yard, how
From that time until arriving | many will make a garden?
in Toledo the subject of ¢copper-
If 63 gallons make a hogshead,
heads’ and “traitors’ was totally | how many will make the whole |
The above narrated occurrence
alf 12 inches make 1 foot, how
benig such a bad scoller is, that
Tae House is large and convenient and far-
wished in the best modern style. Itis provided
with a large number of well aired and comforta
ble sleeping apartments, Rooms and Private Par-
lors with or without chambers attached.
Persons visiting Bellefonte on business or for
pleasure, may rest assured that every exertion
will used to render their stay at the ¢ Pennsylva-
nia Hotel” pleasnnt and agreeable.
HIS TABLE WILL BE UNDER THE DIRECTION
of an experienced Cook and supplied with the very
best the market affords, and HIS BAR wiih the
“hotest wines and other liquors—charges reason-
The “ PENNSYLVANIA HoTEL.” possesses great-
er advantages in point of locatien than any other
similar establishment in the borough, being situ-
aced in the business part of the town.
Sufficient stabling provided. and good and trus-
ty hostlers always in attendance,
Attentive, ascemmodnting and honest servants
have heen employed, and nothing left undone that
will add to the comfort and accommodation of his
guests, April 17, 1863—tf.
‘3. B. BURYS, Proprietor.
This well known establishment has oeen entire-
y re-fitting and re-furnished througout, and is no
second to none in eenteral Pepnsylvania in the
comforts and convenionce it affords to travelers. —
People from the country during their sojourn at
Bellefonte during weeks of Court. will find the
Qenra House an agreeable and pleasant resting
4ccommodating servants are always in
attendance ready to supply the wants and
Ss to the comfort and satisfaction of the
Kite TABLE issupplied with all the substantial
provisions, uxuries and delicacies which aproduc-
tive country can furnish, or industry, vigilance
and exertion oan procure. "
THE BAR, will always contain ‘a gererala s
gortment of the ny best liquors, that the mark—
St affurds addapted to suit themost oapricious
. THE STABLE will be attended by atten-
tive and obliging hostlers, well qualified to dis-
charge the duties pretaining to this important de-
partment of a public establishment.
From the attention and time, the propreitor has
devoted to this branch of business he kopesto re-
ceive a liberal portion of the patronage hereto-
fore be “wed upon him. May I, 1862—tf.
DANIEL GARMAN, Proprietor.
This long established and well
known Hotel, situated on the Southeast corner of
the Diamond, opps the Ccurt House, having
been purenased by the undersigned, he announce.
es tothe former patrons of this establishment and
to the traveling paps generully, that he intends
refitting it thoroughly, and is prepared tc render
the most satisfactory accomm.dation to all who
may favor him with their patronage. No pains
will be spared on his part to add to the conveni-
ence or comfort of his guests. Allwho stop with
him will find >
abundantly supplied with the most sumptuous fare
the market will afford, done up in style, by the
most experienced cooks ; while HIS BAR will al-
The Chocest of Liquors.
His 8tabling is best in tow and will always be
attended by the most trur vorthy and attentive
Give him acal! one ar all, and he feels con-
fident that all w (lL be sa .asfied with their accom-
AN EXCEI ENT LIVERY
isattached to this est olishment, which strangers
from abroad will find greatly to their advantage.
Bellefonte, Jan. 9, 1862.
"HE CUMMINGS HOUSE,
R. D. CUMMINGS, Prowrietor.
This elegont new Hotel, situated on Bishop
street, afew doors north of the Catholic church, is
at last complete in all its arrangements, and is
now open for the reception and entertainment of
guests. It has been furnished in the very latest
style, with handsemo and ecmfortable furniture,
and is altogether the best gotten up, and will bs
the best conducted hotel in Bellefonte.
THE TABLE wil' always be found groaning
under the wight of the best provisons the market
affords, attended by neatiatelligent and attentive
THE BAR will always be supplied with the
choicest and best of liquors—not a sickning mix-
ture of drugs—but liquor: in there purest and
. TLE STABLE is large, warm, commodious and
is clean. aud obliging and attentive hostlers, are
always in waiting.
A Hack conveys passengers free of charge, to
and from the cars, after the arrival an d departer
of the train"
(CUMMINGS HOUSE SALOO *.
This new and splendid Eating Es-
tablishment is now open for the entertainment of
the public, where
Fresh Oysters, Fried Oysters, Stewed Oysters,
Spiced Oysters, Clam Soup, Turtle
Soup, Chicken Soup,
Ham and Eggs, Pig’s Feet and Tripe, Sar.
dines, Fresh Fish, Fried Chickens,
Stewed Chickens, ete.. ete.,
can be had at all times.
Old Rye Whiskey,
Bourbon Whisky, ¥* heat
Whisky, Irish Whi y, Hol-
land Gin, Currant ine, Straw-
berry Wine, Cham gne, Go seberry
Wine. Sherry Win: Port Wine, ete., ete.
Gin Cocktails, Bre 13 Smashes, Sherry Cob-
lers, Whisky Punct 5. and ail other fancy drinks.
Massui & Collins’s XXX Philadelphia Ale &
Porter, Cider, Fancy L d
Sarsaparilla,, Mineral Wa-
ter, eto., etc., ete.
HOT MEALS to be had at all hours of th
day or night.
A magnificent BILLIARD ROOM. with fine
marble-faced Tables, is connected with the estab-
We invite our friends to give us a call, and
think we can insure them the utmost satisfaction.
: CUMMINGS & FISHER.
Bellefonte, March 27, 1863.1y ~~ Proprietors
C LINTON HOUSE.
LOCK HAVEN, PA.
A. "MANN, Proprietor.
The proprietor having leased the above
nemed Hotel in the borough of Lock Haven, Clin.
ton county, Pa., takes this method of informing the
public generally that he has madeevery necessary
preparation to entertain strangers and travelersin
the best possible manner.
His table will always co tain the cheicest lux-
uries that the country wi’ afford, and he is deter-
mined not to be surpassed in this department by
any other Hotel along the West Branch.
His Bar will contain the choicestliquors that caa
be purchased in the efty market.
areful and attentive Ostlers will constantly be
an hand to take charge of horsesand see thatthey
are properly attended to.
Trusting that he may receive a portion of the
patronage of the traveling public, he hopes by
ologe attention to be ablet 0 rende generalsatis
June 6, 61 tf.
UNITED STATES HOTEL.
V. S. DOEBLER, Proprietor,
Aug 28th. '63.
LOCK HAVEN, PA.
E. W. BIGONY, Proprietor,
Omnibus running to and from the Depot.
Aug. 28th, 63.
PLE ASANT GAP HOTEL,
PLEASANT GAP, PA.
J. Hl. MORRISON, Proprietor.
This well known Hotel is now kept by the pro-
priotor, where he will be happy to wait on the
is uw wt. —Cleveland Plaindealer.” many will make one leg.
raveling public generally.
TINE & RiQULR
BISHOP STREET, directly opposite the
building formerly known as the
A BAUM, AgenT.
All kinds of FOREIGN and DOMESTIC LI-
QUORS, at wholesale, to be had at the very
lowest prices, and warranted to be of the
vary best quality. His stock consists
01d Monongahela Rye Whisky,
Pure Bourbon Whisky,
Apple Jack Whisky,
and cheap Whiskies of all kinds.
Pure Holland Gin,
Dark and Pale Cognac,
Domestic, (all prices)
Pure Port, Domestic,
The very best in the market.
The above liquors, with others not named, will
all be warranted as represented, and sold at prio-
es that cannot fail to made it an object for doal-
ers to purchase of him, iustead of going or send-
ing to the city. Farmers, Hotel-keepers and oth-
ers are requested to call and examine hie stock,
before purchasing elsewhere.
All the Liquors which he offers for sale, have
been purchases ct the United States Custom
House, and eorsequently must be pure and good.
Physicians are particularly requested to give
his liquors a trial. He has the only artcle of
Pure Port Wine Juiee and Pure Brandies in this
[oz 100 barrels of Jersey Cider-Vinegar just
received und for sale low
Bellefonte, Aug. 29, 1862—1y.
“HO! YL THAT THIRST”
The place to purchase what you want,and what
you need, is at the
WINE & LIQUOR STORE
NEFF & ETILE
BISHOP STREET, BELLEFONTE,
TWO LOORS WEST OF LOEB'S MEAT MAR
Foreign and Domest; Liquors
OLD NECTAR, OLD RYE, & MONON
GAHALA WHISKEY, COGNAC
AND COMMON BRANDIES,
PORT AND MADERIA
Ana all grades of Liquors found in the Eastern
Ci ies, sold as low as in Philadelphia and New
All Liquors warranted to give
Confident they can please purchasers, they re
spectfully solicit a share of public patrenage.
Sold by the quart barrel or tierce. Also a
arge lot of
Ofthe finest grade on hand.
July 19, 1862,
Would respectfully inform the people of
Bellefonte and vicinity, that he has opened a no=
und complete Bakery on SPRING street, in iz)
premises of W. F. Reynolds, where he will kas»
constantly on hand all kinds of
BREAD, RUSK, POUND CAKE,
SUGAR AND GINGER
., &c., &ec,,
which he sellsat a reasonable and satisfactory
> Bread Cakes and Piesbaked to order on the
shortest notice. Families will find it to their ad-
vantage to get their baking done at this estab-
lishment as they can always get pure, wholesome
bread and cakes just when they need thems
Sept. 12th, 1862—1y.
SIMON A, FELDMAN,
IMPORTER & WHOLESALE DEALER IN
BRANDIES, WINES. GINS,
Wheat, Rye, & Bourbon Whisky’
BELOW SPRING GARDEN,
"THE GREAT CAUSE OF
HUMAN MS FRY
Just Published in a sealed Envelope. Price 6 cts.
A lecture by Dr. Culverwell, on the cause and
cure of Spermator:hoea, Consumption, Mental
and Physical Debility, Nervousness, Epilepsy.
Impaired Nutrition orf body, Lassitude,
Weakness of the limbs and back, Indisposition
and Incapacity fcr study and Labor, Duliness of
Apprehension, Loss of Memory, Aversion to So-
ciety, Love of solitude, Timidity, Self-Distrust,
Dizziness, Headache, Affection of the Eyes,
Pimples on the Face, Involuntary Emissions and
Sexuai Incapacity, the consequences of Youthful
“5 This aamirable Lecture clearly proves
that the above enumerated, often self-affiicted
evils, may be removed without medicine and
without dangerous surgical operations,and should
be 13d by every youth and every man in the
Sent under seal, to any address, in a plain,
sealed envelope, on the raceipt of six cents or
two postage stamps, by addressing.
CHAS. J.C. KLINE & Co.
127 Bowery, Now York, Post Office Box, 4586
Ww ATCHES, JEWELRY, AND SIL-
The undersigned would respectfully in-
vite your attention to his well selected
5:3 stock of Fine Gold and Silver Watches,
Fine Gold Jewelry of every kind aud variety of
styles—comprising all of the newest and most
Also, SOLID SILVER WARE, equal to cotn—
and the best make of Silver Plated Ware Each
article is warranted to be as reprasented.
157 Watches and Jewelry carefully repaired,
and satisfaction guaranteed.
(Successor to Staffer & Les)
No. 622 MARKET Street, PHILAD’A.
Sept. 18, 1863—3m.
DR.C. M JACKSON.
WILL EFFECTUALLY AND MOST CER-
CURE ALL DISEASES
ARISING FROM A
Disordered liver, Stomach, or Kidneys.
Thousands of our citizens are suffering from
Dyspepsia a nd Liver Diseases, and to whom the
following question. apply—we guarantee
HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS,
WILL CURE EVERY CASE OF
Chronic or Nervous Debility, Disease of the Kid-
neys, and diseasesarising from a
OBSERVE THE FOLLOWING SYMPTOMS
Resulting from Disorders of the Digestive Organs:
Constipation of Inward Piles, Fulness or Blood
to the head. Acidity of the Stomacn, Nauseau,
Heartburn, Disgust for Food, Fulness or Weight
in the Stomach, Sour Eructations, Sinking or
Fluttering at the Pit of the Stomach, Swimming
of the Head, Hurried and Difficult breathing,
Choking or Suffocating Sensations when in a lying
Posture, Dimness of Vision, Dots or Webs before
the sight, Fever and Dull Pain in the Head, De~
ficiency of Perspiration. Yellowness of the Skin
and Eyes, Painin the Side, Back, Chest, Limbs,
&c., Burning in the Flesh, Constant Imaginings of
Evil, and great Depressions of Spirits.
There are many preparations sold under the
name of Bitters, put up in quart Bottles. com-
pounded of the cheapest whisky or common rum
costing from twenty to forty cents per gallon, the
taste disgusted by Anise or Coriander Seed.
This class of Bitters has caused and will con-
tinae to cause, as long as they can be sold, hun-
dreds to die the death of the drunkard. By
their use the system iv kept continually under the
influence of Alchoholie Stimulants of the worst
kind, the desire for liquor is created and kept
up, and the result is all the horrors attendant
upon a drunkard’s life and death.
For those who desire and will have a liquor
bitters, we publish the following receipt. Get
One Bottle Heofland’s German Bitters and mix
with three quarts of good brandy or whisky, and
the r sult will be a preparation that will far ex-
cel in medicinal virtues and true ex:ellence any
of the Liquor Bitters in the market. 1nd will cost
much less. You will have all the vires of Hoof
land’s Bitters in connection with a good article of
liguor, at a much less price than these inferior
preparations will cost you.
HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS
WILL GIVE YOU
A GOOD APPETITE,
WILL GIVE YOU
STRONG HEALTHY NERVES,
. WILL GIVE YoU
BRISK AND ENERGETIC FEELINGS,
WILL ENABLE YOU To
AND WILL POSITIVELY PREVENT
YELLOW FEVER, BILIOUS FEVER, &e.
AA AA ANA AAAAPPANPANNANANAI
Those suffering from
Broken down anu Delicate Constitutions,
From whatever cause, either in
MALE OR FEMALE,
Will find in
HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS,
That will restcre them to their usual health.
Such has been the case in thousands of instances
and a fair trial is bunt requested to prove the as-
THAT THESE ARE
And not intended as a
The proprietors have thousands of Letters from
the most cminent
Clergymen, Lawyers, Physicians and Citi-
Testifying of their own personal knowledge to
the hencficial effects and medical virtues of these
From Rev. J. Newton Brown, D. D., Editor of
the Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge.
Although not disposed to favor or recommend
Patent Medicines in general, through distsust of
their ingredients and effects. I yet knew of mo
sufficient reasons why a man may not testify to
the benefits he believesto have received from any
simple preparation, in the hope that he may thus
contribute to the benefit of others.
I do this the moro readily in regard to *Hoof-
land’s German Bitters, prepared by Dr. C. M.
Jackson, of this city, because I was prejudiced
against thew for many years, under the impres-
sion that they were chiefly an aleoholic mixture.
I am indebted tomy friend Robert Shoemaker,
Esq. , for the removal of this prejudice by proper
tests, and for encouragement to tey them, when
suffering from great and long continued debility.
The use of three bottles of these bitters, at the
beginning of the present year, was followed by
evident relief, and restoration to a degroe of bod-
ily and mental vigor which I bad not felt for six
months before, and had almost despaired of re-
gaining I therefore thank God and my friend
for directing me to the use of them.
Philad’a, June 22,1863, J.NEWTON BROWN
DISEASES OF KIDNEY AND BLADDER
In young or Aged, Maleo Female,
Are speedily Fealovad, ai) He patient restored
Those suffering from Marasmus, wasting away,
with scarcely any flesh on their bones, are cured
in a very short time, one bottle in such cases will
have a most surprising effe ot.
BAK ENDLS ol
Having suffering children as above, and wishing
ro raise them. will never regret the day when
they commenced with these Bitters.
LITERARY MEN, STUDENTS.
And those working hard with the ir brains, should
always keep a bottle of Hoofland’s Bitters near
them as they will find much benefit from its use,
to both mind ard body, invigorating and not de-
IT [SNOT A LIQUOR STIMULANT,
And leaves vo prostration.
AND THE FRIENDS UF SOLDIERS.
We cali the attention of allhaving friends or
relatives in the army, to the fact that Hoofland’s
German Bitters will cure nine-tenths of the dis-
eascs induced by exposures and privations inci
dent to camp hfe. In the lists, pu lished al-
most daily in the newspapers. on the arrival of
the sick, it will be noticed that a very large pro-
portion are suffering from debility. Every case of
that kind can be readily cured by Hoofland’s
German Bitters, We have no hesitation in say-
ing that, if these Bitters were freely used among
our soldiers hundreds of lives might be saved
that otherwise would be lost
The proprietors are daily receiving thankful
letters from sufferers in the army and hospitals,
who have been restored to health by the use of
these Bitters, sent to them by their friends.
BEWARE OF COUNTERFELTS!
Sea that the Signature of ¢C. M. Jack-
son’ is on the wrapper on each Battle.
Price per Boftle 75 cents,
Or Half Dozen for $4 00.
Should your nearest druggist not haye the arii-
cle, donot be put off by any of the intoxicating
preparations hat may be offered in its place, but
send ous, ad we will send, securely packed by
Principal office and Manufactory,
NO. 631 ARCH STREET.
JONES & EVANS,
(Successors to O. M. Jackson & Co.,),
FOR SALE by Drugpests and Dealers in
every town in the United States, jello ly
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FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU.
A Positive and Specific Remedy for Diseases
OF THE BLADDER, KIDNEYS, ‘GRAVEL,
AND DROPSICAL SWELLINGS.
The medicine increases th digestion
and excites the Absorbents Th hong abtion?
by whijch the Watery or Calcerous de tions,
=u al) wiatural Enlargements are hy a8
well as pain and inflamation
Men, Women or Children. » 854 Js good or
Helmbold’s Extract Buchu,
Arising from Excesses, Habits
g Early Triioeation or i Disipaiv y
ATTENDED with the FOLLOWING SYMTOMS:
fulipediion to Exertion, Justo Power,
oss of Memory ifficult; i
Weak Nerves, : Toms 2 Desathing
Dimnress of Vision, Pain inthe Back
Universal Lassitude of the Flushing of the
I ei System, Ero tions on the Face
of ands, al Co:
Dryness of the skin. Aniensass;
These symptoms if, a ed to go on, which this
medizine invariably remos , soon follows. ‘
MPOTENCY, YFATUITY, EPILEPTIC FITS,
In one of which the patient may expire. Who
oan say that they are not often followed by those
“direful diseases,” wn pus
INSANITY AND CONSUMATION,
Many are aware ofthe cause or their suffering
but none will confess. The records of the insane
Asylums and the melancholly deaths by Consump
tion, bear ample witness to the truth of this as
THE CONSTITUTION, CNCE AFFECTED BY
ORGANIC WEAKNESS, ¥
Requiresthe aid of medicine to strengthen and
invigorate the system, which HenmsoLn's Ex
TRACT BucHU invariably does. 4 trial will con-
viuce the most sceptical,
FEMALES, FEMALES, FEMALES,
Old or young, single, married, or contemplating
In many affections peculiar to Females the Ex-.
tract Buchu is unequalled by any other remedy,
as in Chlorosis or Retention, Irregularity, Pain
fullness, or brs of the customary Evaoual
tions, Uleerated or Schirrous state of the Uteru
Leuchorrhen, or Whites, Sterrility, and for aj
complaints incidemt the sex, whether arrisinb
from Indiscretion, Habits of Disdipation, or in thg
DECLINE OR CHANGE OF LIFE.
SEE SYMTOMS ABOVE.
NO FAMILY SHOULD BE WITHOUT IT.
Take no Balsam, Murcury or Unpleasant Medi~
cine for unpleasan and dangerous diseases. :
Helmbold’s Extract Buc} «
CURES SECRET DISEASES
In all their stages ; at little expense ; little or no
change in diet : no inconvenience,
nd No Exposure.
It causes frequent desire, and gives strength to
Urinate, thereby removing obstructions, prevent-
ing and curing Strictures of the Urethra, allaying
pain and inflammation, so frequent in this class
of diseases, and expelling poisonous, diseased
and worn-out matter.
Thousands upon Thousands
WHO IAVE BEEN THE VICTIMS OF
and who have paid heavy fees to be ouredin
short time, have fcund that they were decieve
and thav the poison has, by the use of “Powe;
astringents’”’ been dried 2 in the system,
break out in an aggravated form, and perhaps
Helmbold’s Extract Buchu
For all affections end Diseases of
THE URINARY ORGANS,
Whether existing in Male or Female, from what«
ever cause originating, and no matter.
OF HOW LONGSTANDING.
Diseases of these organs require the aid of a
Diuretic. I }
Helmbold’s Extract Buchu
IS THE GREAT DIURETIO,
And itis certain to have the desired effeotin all
Diseases for which it is recommended.
BLOOD! BLOOD! BLOOD
Helmbold’s Highly Concentrated Compoun
FLUID EXTRACT SARSAPARILLA
This is an affection of the blood and attacks the
Sexual Organs, Linings of the Nose, Ears, Throat
Windpipe and other mucus Surfaces, making itd
appearance in the form of Ulcers. apie
xtraot Sarsaparilla purifies the blood and’ fee
moves all Scaly Eruptions of the skin, giving to
the Compiexlon, a clear and healthy color. It
being prepared expressly for ‘this class of com-
plaints, its Bload- Purifying Properties: are . pre-
served fo a grouss extent than any’ other prepa
ration of Sarsaparilla. vei
Helmbold’s Rose Wash.
An excellent lotion for diseasés of a Syphilitie
Nature, and as an . injection. diseases of the
Urinary Organs arising from habits of dissipatio;
used in connection with the Extracts Buchu an
Sersesanile) in such discases as recommended. |
Evidence of the most responsible and reliable
-character will accompany the medicines.
CERTIFICATES OF CURES
From eight or twenty Joursstanding, with name
known, to Science and Fame. , att
For medical properties 03 Buchu, see Dispensap
tory of the United States. = '* / t ring
See Proff. Dewees’ valuable works onthe Prag:
tice of Physio. nei £} nn
See remarks made by he late celebrated De
Physick, Philadelphia. |
ce remarks made by Dr. Pphraim McDowell,
a celebrated Physician, and a member of the
Royal College of Surgeons, Ireland, and publis!
ed in the Transactions of the King and Queen!
Journal. sagt .
Seo Medico-Cirurgical Review, Bo
Benjamin Travers, Eellow of the Royal Colle,
of Surgeons. , } :
See a of the late standard Workson Med
Extract Buehu, 100 per Bottle, or Six for 5 00
“© “~ 5 00
¢ Baraparilla, 1 00
Improved Rose Wash, 50 LL ~
Or half a dozen of each for $12 00 which will be
sufficient to cure the most obstinate cases, if dires
tions are adhered to :
Delivered to auy address, securely packed from
Describe symtoms in all communications. Coeds
guaranteed. Advice gratis.
Personally appeared before me an domarfls
the city of Philadelphia, H. T. Helmbold,
being duly sworn, doth say, his preparations con
tain no narcotic, no mercnry, or other
drugs, but are purely vegetable, :
Sworn and subscribed before me, this 23rd dag
of November 1854 * M, P: HIBBARD.
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AND UNPRINCIPLED DEALERS.
Who endeavor to dispose ‘Of Their Own” aml
other” articles on the reputation attained by
Helmbold’s Genuin Preparations
4 3¢ Extract Buchu,
Improved Rose was
Sold by all Druggists everywhere.
ASK FOR HELMBOLD’S—TBKE NO OTHER.
on fut the SiveFihuitet) and send for it add
avoid imposition andesposare. i:
Mareh, 21, 69— 1 yr