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F. L. Baker, Editor.
MARIETTA, PA :
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THE DRAFT.—The excitement conse
quent upon our recent great successes
in the field has caused a singular degree
of apathy, on the part of many of our
citizens, as regards volunteering. They
seem to imagine that the draft will not
be enforced, that our, Government has
no longer any necessity for reinforcing
its armies, and, in fact, that the work of
suppressing the rebellion has well nigh
come to an eud.
That it has so, it would of course be
useless to deny. Soldiers will, however
still be wanted, and the Government
must have them:,;;
The losses of actual life in our army,
the number of our wounded, entail upon
us the necessity ofreplacing the deficien
cies arising from these causes. The
country will need ,men for years after
the rebellion has actually been crushed
out of existence, to suppress the fever
ish disquietude which must exist amongst
the disbanded and defeated Southerners.
A necessity has been created by this
war for a strong Government, and to
make it strong the country, must give it
men and means. Let us push on volun
teering, if we wish to do• away with_ the
necessity of taking drafted men from
our midst. Remember that our country
needs men, and if it cannot procure
them in one way it must take them from
amongst us.—Ferney's Press.
or It is somewhat curious as a histo
rical fact, while it somewhat contradicts
the theory so unjustly prevalent of
General Grant's careless disregard for
human life, that he has been the only
one of our generals who has ever induded
a rebel army to surrender. This he has
done in three instances. The first was
the army of Buckner, at Fort Donelson,
on the 16th of February, 1862--the sec
ond was that under Pemberton, at-Vicks
burg, on the 4th of July, 1863, and the
third that of General Lee, on the 9th of
April, 1865: •
ar The campaign under Grant com
menced on the 20th, with the departure
of Sheridan for an expedition . against
the South side. It ended on the 9th of
April, after a series of victories, with
a victory the most complete, the most
glorious of all. In less than two weeks
the rebel power, which, had been so de
fiant, so boasting, was shattered, crushed
and annihilated.. Four years it
fiad us as a reck,,but it crumbled at las
Superintendent Latham, of the
Grand. Trunk Railroad, who tore a Uni
ted States flag from a'train on that road
on Monday last, was waited on on Tues
day by an orderly but determined dele
gation of citizens and made to walk
through the city'(of Portland, his home)
dressed in soldier's' uniform, salute the
National emblem, 'make patriotic ad
dresses and' have the flag nailed to his
fir The Franklin (Venango County)
Spectator says;:." Property ,on Pitt
Bole is going up. The Coapland farm
sold lately for $300,000 . ; other farms
have been sold, at figures too small to
mention. We hear of two that sold a
few days since, for $150,000 and $200,-
000. Land in that famous region is
selling at not less than $1,500 per acre."
or The cartel. agreed upon at Hax
all's Landing, July 22d, 1862, between
General Dix, 11. S. A., and 'General D.
H. Hill, C. S. A., says a, general, com
mander-in-chief, or an admiral, shall be
exchanged for officers of equal rank, or
fortysix privates or common seamen..
Cr Mr, Seward's injuries have assum
ed a serious character. If the danger of
erysipelas is passed, medical men. fear
that owing to his inability to take solid
food, he cannot repair the waste of his
vitality in time to meet the coming warm
fir Six homicides occurred in Louis
ville, in a single day , last week, includ
ing the killing of a white substitute 6y
a negro soldier, and the fatal shooting
of one Thomas McDaniel by Major Far
mer, his father in-law.
gir The Richmond Churches are now
all open. Instead of prayers for the
President: of the Confederate States of
America, "Fa.' all in authority" has
Gardner o the. Washington photo
grapher, haisttrukTe eicallint pictures of
Libby Prisc;ri, Davis'house and
other plaoas internat . '. • n:
lir The York (Pa.,) Democrat thinks
he aggregoWdamage through the State
by the freshers unmet faltshort'of $lO,-
cr. A witale-twanty- five feetlangivae
recently captured. off Staten Inland.
ea- There are ten'ttlionsand : Polish
I ug ees in France.
ADVERTISING LODGED LUMBER.—The
late flood has lodged vast amounts of
lumber on farms along the Susquehan
na and its tributaries. The law regula
ting the dispos kl of such property di
rects that if it is not claimed within
three months after its lodgement, the
same shall be forfeited to the owner or
owners of such lands : "Provided, That
the said lumber shall have been first ad
vertised for three successive weeks, in
the newspaper published nearest to said
land ; the cost of which to be added to
the other charges, and to be paid by
the owner, before he shall be entitled
to remove the said lumber." This is im
portant to many persons in . this vicinity
on whose land large quantities of lum
ber were lodged by the flood.
NATIONAL BANKS.-Owing to the re
cent action of Congress, the State Banks
are rapidly.coming under the National
system—the best system ever devised.
Even in the State of New York and the
,StAes of New England where the State
bank's have become completely interwo
ven with their State policy, and is con
sequently bard to induce a change. By
the late act banks are allowed to retain
their old names; and as a farther impe
tus a tax of ten per cont, will be laid on
the circulation of State banks after July
1, up to which, period the conversion
can take place.
fir The New York Herald expresses
the opinion that before the end of the
coming summer cotton can be purcbased
anywhere for twenty. cents. Making
liberal allowance for all that has been
shipped off, all that hits been worked up
in domestic factories, all that has been
wasted and all that'has been burned by
both armies, there are, perhaps, no le es
than two millions and a half of bales re
maining of the last four years' crop in
the Southern States,that will be'brought
into market with the restoration of
peace, to meet the wants of the South
air Horace Foster, a loyal citizen of
Blount county,' Tenn., has recovered
damages 'to the extent of twenty-five
thousand .dollars. The parties sued
were seven in number,, and wealthy.
The proof was that they. instigated the
rebels to rob him of his horses, mules,
bacon, tobacco, grain, and hay, and then
to shoot him through the thigh,, and
drive him while bleeding through a
creek, in water up to hisarm-pits. .This
is making the traitors pay dearly for the
eir.A.,horrible scene occurred in St.
Louis on the 24th insti. As William J.
Harris, tried ,and sentenced as a guerril
la or bushwhacker, was being executed,
the rope broke, and the culprit fell his
full length on_theground. The spe:...ta
tors fled panic-stricken,, supposing the
hanging would have to be repeated. in
less than five minutes, however, Harris
was pronounced dead by the medical at
ar A Springfield (Mass.,) physician
was called to attend upon a soldier's
widow thr9ugh a long and severe attack
of pneumonia. Ile rode six miles for
every visit during some of the severest
weather of the past *inter, and on her
recovery 'piesented her with his bill of
nearly fifty dollars receipted in full, in
consid?ation of services rendered to
him and his, country by her lamented
John W. Sweetzer, a young man,
eloped l'ast week from Saco, Me., with
the wife of Mr. John Henry Gordan.
The truant wife is about 25 years old,
good looking, and, it is said, has not
lived happily with her husband for sev
eral years. Both parties were church
members, and have heretofore sustained
good characters. When last heard from
they were in New York.
gir A horrible murder Is reported
near Phillipsburg, Md. A farmer had
received one thousand dollars, and in
his absence three persons came to the
house, murdered his wife and three
daughters, and took his money. On his
return he met a pedlar who had a pistol,
'and discovering the murderers, shot two
and killed the other, with a spade.
ifir Two girls in Brighton, (Eng.,)
were• arrested lately on a charge of steal
ing cats. They confessed they were
hired to do' so by a lady at Rottinghans,
who was making a museum of pussies.
She was visited by the police and fifty
meows of all age's, both sexes, and every
variety were found on her premises.
Cr The monument to be erected in
Merrimack square, Lowell, to the mem
ory.of Ladd and Whitney, the Baltimore
martyrs, is nearly completed, and will
be dedicated April 19, the anniversary
of the massacre, with appropriate exer
co. As much nitrate of soda as can
be held between the thumb and finger,
it is said, if thiown in a vase of water,
will preserve flowers'for the space of a
fortnight.. This may be an interesting
fact for the ladies.,
1 . our Gov. Pierpont, has transferred
the seat of ,the• Mate„ Government, of
Virginia to Richmond, where he will
occupy the hong' vacated' brextra Bil
ly Smith, the Rebel Governor.
A YANKEE AT A IZESTAT.TRANT.—An
American in Paris went to a restaurant
to get his dinner. Unacquainted with
the French language, yet unwilling to
show his ignorance, he pointed to the
first line on the bill of fare, and the po
lite waiter brought him a fragrant plate
of beef soup. This was very well, and
when it was despatched he pointed to
the second line. The waiter understood
him perfectly and brought him a vege
table soup. "Rather more soup than I
want," thought be, "but it is a Paris
fashion." He duly pointed to the third
line, and a plate of tapioca was brought
him. Again to the fourth, and was fur
nished with a bowl of preparation of ar
row-root. He tried the fifth line, and
was supplied with some gruel kept for
invalids. The bystanders now supposed
that they saw an unfortunate individual
that bad lost all his teeth, and our friend
determined to get as far from the soap
as possible, pointed in despair to the
last line of the bill of fare. The intelli
gent waiter who saw at once what. he
wanted, politely handed him a bunch of
tooth-picks. This was too much ; the
American paid his bill and left.
Cr Mr. Warren Leland, of the New
York Metropolitan Hotel, gives in the
New York Herald an account of a ball
in Salt Lake City, which he attended.
Be says :
"Brigham Young had twenty-three of
his wives present-to all of whom I was
introduced, and danced with six differ
ent ones. The ladies were all cheerful
and happy, their religious zeal apparent
ly making them unconscious of the pe
culiarity of the domestic relation. Dur
ing the evening, Brigham requested all
his wives and daughters, sons•in-law and
sons, with their numerous wives and
daughters, to occupy seats at one long
table in order, as he remarked, that Mr.
L., could see what a large and happy
family he had, -I looked, bowed, and
blushed. Brigham is a hale, , hearty,
gay old gentleman, siaty-four years old,
and apparently has many years and a
long line of, progeny still before him."
ara. On Friday last the return of lion.
'Henry S. Foote to this country was an
nounced in the New York press. He
came to the city among the emigrant
passengers on board the Etna. Govern
ment has since provided for him, tempo
rarily, a retreat as sequestered as any
that could be found in Edope.- When
General Dix was notified of the ex-reb
el Senator's arrival he telegraphed to
Washington for instructions. A reply
was received that Foote was to be kept
in close confinement and sent back to
Europe by the next steamer. Accord
ingly the whilom rebel, pretesting and
complaining, was yesterday locked up in
ar Some nine years ago Mrs. Henry
Spencer, of Bethlehem, Conn., lost her
pocket book, containing between $6OO
and $7OO in notes and bills, while shop
ping in Waterbury, and nothing was
ever heard from it until a few days ago,
when she received a letter from a Cath
olic priest in Oil City, Pa., requesting
her to describe the lost property, which
she did. She was soon after rejoiced
to have the same returned, just as it was
lost, excepting that a portion of the
bills bad been changed to greenbacks,
of which she did not complain,
gar If a willingness to take the oath
of allegiance be a true teat of loyalty,
Charleston is very far from being a "hot
bed of treason." Thirty-two, hundred
persons have already held, up their right
hands, kissed the Bible, and solemnly
declared that they would true allegiance
bear to the Governinent of the United
air Don't pay his rent—Jeff. Davis
having refused to pay his rent, Old
Abe sent Grant to put him out. Ac
cordingly, on the .Ist of April—being
All Fool's Day, and Jeff's. particular,
day of all others, Grant put him out.
There is some talk of a suit for assault
and battery, but we doubt, if they will
The American skater, Jackson
Haines, at St. Petersburg, gave an ex
hibition of his prowess on. the 24th ult.,
which drew him 1,500 rubles. One of
his most daring feats is to lean back
wards, while skating backwards, till his
hair touches the ice, and then, without
help, recover a perpendicular position,
Er The Legislature of Illinois having
laid a tax at one dollar for the first dog
owned by any individual, two dollars for
the second, and five dollars for each ad
ditional dog, an exchange says the State
has "gone to the dogs."
tlib" A Nashville paper says that Maj.
General Gideon S. Pillow , C. S. Army,
was•knocking at the.door of the Union
applying for admission. He has found
the lust ditch.
*IT John C. Firoment was fined twen
ty-five dollars, a few days since, for non
attendance as ,a juror in one of the• min
or courts of New.Yuak city.
oft The Legislature of Minnesota has
passed an ainendment to they State Con
stituttou, allowiag negroes to Note'.
stir An average of three ,h . undred and
fifty -dollars a day, is• paid to RebtarA3e
serters for the muskets they bring in.,
tar We are requested to call atten
tion to an advertisement of Arrandale
& Co., European Jewelers' Agent 9, of
New York. The British Whig, of
Kingston, C. W., says of thihi, Nov. 24,
A short time since an advertisement
of Arrandale & Co., 167 Broadway New
York, appeared in .the columns of this
paper, headed Great Gift Distribution,
by which the public were informed that
a large quantity of Gold and Silver
Watches and Ornamonts were to be dis
posed of by Lot. the total cost being
only $l, and a prize in return valued
from $3 to $5O ; also holding out great
advantages to agents. A lady subscri
ber to the British Whig became an
agent, and by request brought some
twenty articles, sent as`prizes for her
agency to this office for inspection,.and
without hesitation we can state that
each and all of the articles were worth
treble the amount of cost to the recipi
ents, and some six times.
The New York Albion wrote as fol
We have just inspected, at the office
of Arrandale & Oo's. Agency for Euro
pean Manufacturing Jewelers, a large
assortment of fashionable and valuable
jewelry, consisting of gold and silver
watehes, chains, bracelets, ladies' sets,
rings, &c., all of the new and most fash
ionable patterns. We also notice a
large quantity of silver plate, consisting
of 'goblets and drinking cups, cruet
stands, fruit-baskets, spoons, forks, &c.
We understand that the whole of these
newly imported articles are to be dis
posed of on a novel principle, giving
great advantages to buyers, and afford
ing extensive employment to agents.
Our readers will find all particulars in
our advertising columns,' and we know
the firm in question to be very respect'
able, and thoroughly worthy of public
Ijetillioffb in a Nut—.sttLl
A proclaniatiOn of pardon is said to
be preparing is Washington.
, The Commercial Bulletin of Boston
says that the best Ethiopian troupe in
the ;country is undoubtedly. Weitzel's..
Jay Cooke's advertiseMents of the
new Government loan appear in the
A package containing bogus fifty-cent
currency bills, representing the amount
of $l,OOO, was seized at Manchester, N.
H., last week. It had-come from New
York by ,express.
The last rebel issue'of the Richmond
Whig contains a leading article on the
"utter impossibility of conquering the
Breckinridgo is now us•:rted to be
responsible for the disas ous conflagra
tion at Richmond.,. Se.eral merchants
are said to have• iinpl2redhim in vain to
prevent the destruction. The act is one
.of the most cruel ad. unwarranted ever
perpetrated. .No i tnan except a fiend,
could, have been guilty of it.
Mr. Green, a Union refugee from Rich
mond, has beenappointed postmaster of
that city. Mr. Green was a wealthy
citizen of . Richmond, who refused to
take the oath of allegiance to' the rebel
government at the outbreak of the re
bellion, and was consequently banished
and his property confiscated.
A contract has been made with influ
ential Germans to bring from 'Germany
two thousand men, who will each take a
tract of the Kickapoo nailroadlands in
Kansas, and work out its value on the
railroad. An agent is now in German . ) ,
for the , purpose of forwarding the men,
and they are eipeeted to arrive in May.
Thirty squares, comprising not less
than eight hundred..buildings, in the
very best and most valuable part of
Richmond are laid in ashes by the in
cendiary Breckinridge, once Vice-Presi
dent of the United States, ther, a.. can
didatelor. President, and at4he, time of
the fiendish act, rebel Secretary of
The New York Herald says that "the
time has come for Ben Wood to cease
making an ass of himself. Let him drop
his theories about State sovereignty and
behave like a sensible man, or else folloW
his friend Jeff. Davis into Mexico, where
lotteries are popular and profitable."
The Maryland Legislature has repeal
ed nearly all the old acts of that State
oppressive. to the, colored population
which used to be so • cruelly enforced.
Among them were the laws “prohiblt
ing meetings of, negroes, for rcligious
purposes unless conducted by a, white
person ;" "prohibiting trade with•,fr,se
negroes"; and "prohibiting the
ga,tion ,of ve,ssels bye pegroec"; and
"prohibiting ,tiegroes.fronilieeping a dog
or a, gun, without lisonsq.r! •
General Anderson -a.nslthree hunifred
other invited guests 'sailed from New
York 'on'SatUrday for Fort Sumters.to
participate Wale Ceremonies of the 14th
inst: The old patriot will, with , lissnwn
hands raise .the Makes gloiions2old flag
which, on , the 14th of Aprils 1861, he was
compelled hystraitors to their country
to haul' down:' , .. Our .greet country , is
meny.timen Stronger.to:day than it was
four years ago, when treason. was 'allow-t
ed to . :be.sapenly•lidtched by:..the Admin
istratiorilhen in ' , power. s::::,••. •
Watches, Chains, Diamond Rings,
ONE MILLION DOLLARS' WORTH!
TO DE DISPOSED OF ..T
ONE DOLLAR EACH!
Without regard to Value ! Not to be
paid for until you know what you are to
receive ! !
Splendid List of Articles ! ! All to be
sold fur One Dollar Each ! !
250 Gems , Gold hunting-case Watches $5O
to $1:50 each. -
250 Ladies' Gold and Enamelled hunting-case
Watches $35 to $7O each.
500 Gents' hunting case Silver Watches $35
to $7O each.
200 Diamond Rings $5O to $lOO each.
5000 Gold Vest and Neck Chains $4 to $3O
3000 Gold Oval/Band Bracelets 4 to S each.
5000 Jet and Gold Bracelets 6to 10 "
2000 Chatelaine Chains and Guard Chains 5
to 20 each
7000 Solitaire and Gold Brooches 4to 10 each
5000 Coral, Opal, and Eme.ald Brooches 4
to S each
3000 Gold, Cameo, arid Pearl Ear Drops 4
to 8 each
5000 Mosaid, Jet, Lava, & F,r'ntine Ear Drops
4 to 8 each '
7500 Coral, Opal, and Emerald Ear Drops 4
to 6 each
4000 California Diamond Breast-pMs 2.50
to 10 each
3000 Gold Fob and Vest Watch-keys 2.50
to 8 each
4000 Fob and Vest Ribbon-slides 3 to 10
5000 sets Solitaire Sleeve-buttons, Studs, &c.
3 to B.each
3000 Gold Thimbles, Pencils, &c. 4to 6 each
10000 Miniature Lockets 2.50 to 10 each
4000 Miniature Lockets, Magic Spring 10 to
3000 Gold Toothpicks, Crosses, &c. 2 to 8
5000 Plain Gold Rings . 4 to 10 each
5000 Chased Gold Rings 4 to 11 each
10000 Stone Set and Signet Rings 2.50 to 10
10000 California Diamond Rings 2 tollo each
7500 sets Ladies' Jewelry— Jet and Gold sto
6000 sets Ladies , Jewelry—Cameo, Pearl,
Opal, and other Stones 4 to 15 each
10000 Gold' Pens, silver extension Holders
and Pencils 4 to IO each
wow Gold Pens and Gold mounted Holders
6 to 10 each
5000 Gold Pens and Gold Extension Holders
15 to 25 each
5000 Ladies' Gilt and Jet Buckles 5 to 15
5000 Ladies , Gilt and Jet Bair Bata Sz. Balla
5 to 10 each
5000 Silver Goblets and Drinking Cups 5
to 50 dollars each
3000 Silver Castors JO to 50 each
2000 Silver Fruit, Card, and Cake Baskets 20
to 50 each
5000 dozen Silver Tea Spoons 10 to 20 p. doz.
10000 dozen Silver Table , Spoons and Forks
20 to 40 per doz.
A RRANDALE &CO, Manufacturers' Agents,
No. 167 BROADWAY, NEW: YORK,
Announce that all of the above list of goods
will be sold for One Dollar each.
In consequence of the -great stagnation of
trade in the manufacturing districts of England
through the war having cut off the supply of
cotton, a large quantaty of Velum)le Jewelry,
originally intended for the English market,
has been sent oil' for sale an this country, And
must be' Sold at any Sacrifice! Under these
circuit]: tances, AAA AN DALE & CO., acting
as Agents for the principal European manu
facturers, have resolved upon a Great Gift
lltstributionr, subject to' the follositing regula
Certificates of the various articles are first
put into envelopes, scaled up, and mixed ; and
when ordered, are taken out without regard
to choice, and'seot by mail, thus giving all At
fair chance. On receipt of the certificate, you
will see what you are to have, and then it is
at your option to senkthe dollar and take the
article or not. Purchasers may thus obtain a
Gold Watch, Diamond Ring. or any, set of
Jewelry on our list for ON T. DOLLAR.
SEND ,25 CENT§ FOE CERTIFICATE
''ln all transaction's by mail, we shall charge
for forwarding the Certificates, paying postage
and doing the business, 25 cents each. which
must he'enclosed when the Certificate' is sent
for. Five Certificates will be , sent 10r.513
eleven for $2, thirty for $5, sixty-five for $lO,
and a hunared for $l5.
A G ENTS.=-We want agents in every regi
ment, and in every town. and county in the
country, and those acting as such will be al
lowed 10 cents on every Certificate ordered for
them, provided their remittance amounts to
one dollar. Agents will collect 25 cents by
every Certificate, and remit 35 cents to us,
either in cash or postage stamps.
Address ARRANDALE & CO.,
36-13t.] 167 Broadway, N. Y.
In Patent Medicines, Hair Slain,
Perfumery, Fancy Soaps, Extracts, .3.c
Hamilton's Hair Stain,
Mishlei's Bitters, •
Samberg Medicated Wite,
Mason's Cough Candy,
Richardson's Tat - Drops,
Gum Mastic, • •
Pipes, Segars, Tobacco,
Paper and Envelopes, '
25 fine white and Buff Envelopes for 10 cents,
Letter and Note Paper one cent a sheet,
Parlor Matches, -
Combs, Brushes, Lead Pencils,
Violin Strings, Bridges,
Clocks and -Watches for sale and Repaired.
Don't mistake the place, opposite, the 'Pest
Office, and next door to Dr. Hinkle's Drug
Store. HENRY WOLFE, •Agt:
11:3—.We will tell you any thing in, our lioe
25 per cent. less than you can buy it at any
other place in the county.
Marietta,- March 18, 1865. 32-3 m•
°Corning events east their Shadows before;','
phe approaching collapse;of the Rebellion
j_ is already fully anticipated in the geat
decline of mercharidice. • • .•
' ; • SPRING GOODS
'• Ale now selling at • • • "
SPANIGLEE. & RICLI'S
At very greatly reduced prices. And the
stifles aie much prettier than any the Marin
factureishaire produce& since the:beginning
of the war.-
TAST NOTICE. 411 persons indebted to
the subscriber, are requested to settle
their.eccounts, on, , or before the lst day o
APiil next. J. W. DIFFENBACH
ACHOICE Lot of Books for ,children called
inthitructable Pleasure Books; School and
Paper Books, Stitionary, Pens, Pen holders
at LANDIS & TROUT.
LARGE stock-of Paper and gnyelopes
1-1 of the best quality just received.artd for
sale at The' Geldeu Mortar. 't
. • .
RIME Nero . Crop New-Prleans Molasses
P'—the very best for Cakes. •Juit received
SPANGLER & RICH.
LARGE LOT OF•Kik F WINDOW SHADES,at remarkably low prices
s to Closeout. ',JOHN SPANGLER:,
Market Street, Marietta.
TyOGER'S `Celebrated `'Pearl • Cement and
Oil. Paste 'Blacking at :
" THE GOLDEHMORTAE.
For Non-Retention or incontinence of Urine,
Inflamation or Ulceration of the Bladder or
Kidaeys, Diseases of the Prostrate Gland,
Gravel, Brickdust deposits, Dropsical Swell.
logs, Organic Weakness, Debility, }sem i *
ReimboWs DR Zthlet Buel)u..
And Improved Rose Wash
Will radically exterminate from the veer!,
Diseases arising from habits of dissipation, a:
little expense, little or no change of diet, no in
convenience or exposure . ; completely supet.
seding those unpleasant and dangerous rernediet
Copabia and Mercury,• in curing these diseases.
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In all disqlses of the Urinary Organs, whether
existing in male or female, from whatever
cause originating, and no matter of how long
standing. It is pleasant in its taste and odor,
immediate in action, and more strengthening,
than any of the preparations of bark or iron.
Those suffering from broken down or deli_
cate constitutions, procure tile remedy at
The Resder must be aware that howeve,
slight may be the attack of the above disea3
es, it is certain to affect his bodily health,
mental powers and happiness. If no troll',
ment is submitted to, Consumption or Insani.
ty may ensue
All the above diseases require the aid of a
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For purifying the blood, reaming all diseas.
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chronic constitutional diseases arising from an
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effect //elmbld , s Comp mad Extract f .Cars
parilla. It cleanses and renovates the Blood,
instills the vigor of health into the system,
and purges out the humors which make dis
ease. It stimulates the healthy functions
the body, and expels the disorders that grow
and rankle in the Blood. Such a remedy,
that could be relied on, has long bsen sought
for, and new, for the first tine, the. pablie
have one on which they can depend.. Out
space here does nut admit of certificates tt
show its effects, but the trial of a smile trot-
tle will show to the sick that it has virtues
surpassing anything they have ever taken.
Two tablespoonsful of the Extract of Sarsa
parilla, added to a pint of water, is equal to
the Lisbon Diet Drink, and one bottle is equal
to a gallon of the Syrup of Sarsaparilla, or
the decoction as usually made.
The above Extracts are prepared on purely
scientific principles—in Vacuo—an I embnly
the full strength of the ingredients entering in
to their composition. A ready and conclusive
teat will be a comparison of their properties
with those set forth in the U. S. Dispenrsto
HOW TO USE THE REMEDIES
In diseases of the Blood, Humors on the
Face, or any and every part of the body, use
Extract Sarsaparilla, applying to Pimples and
all external Rumors or Eruptions, the Dv
proved Rose Wash.
Use the Extract Buchu for all diseases re
quiring the aid of a Diuretic, except those of
the Urinary Organs, such as Gonorrhoea and
Meet; in these use the. Extract &whir and 15-
ject with the Improved Rose Wash.
These extracts have been admitted
use in,the United States Army, and also are
in very general use in all the state hospitals
and public institutions- throughout the land,
as well as in private, praCtice,'and are consid
ered as invaluable remedies. .
DELIVERED TO ANY ADDRESS-
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