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F. L. Baker, Editor.
MARIETTA. PA :
sattoki Norning, Deoanbeh 9, 1865.
Grum I4essage appears
to gri t s Very. general eatisfation rit is
too long for our columns and having
Is, before this. .time, read by every person
who will be likely .to read it. Certain
porticitin of the mensage is receiving very
nniverial commendation. The pointed
manner in which it disposes of the mis
chievous heresy of so•called state sove
reignty is a cooler to copperheads. ' A
Washington correspondent says that
the message seems to, be regarded by
every one who is acquainted with its
contents, as (mit, direct and patriotic,
and its facts and arguments so clearly
stated as to leave no doubt of the Pres
ident's views and policy. The passages
which were applauded in the House
"were those asserting that traitors should
be punished and the offense made info.
mous, and at the same time the question
judiciously settled, finally, and forever,
that no State of its ,own will has the
right to renounce its place in the Union , ;
and the President's declaration that the
justification of England in fitting out ,
cruisers during the rebellion, cannot be
sustained before the tribunal of nations,
and that the friendship between.the two
countries must hereafter rest on the bas
is of mutual justice. The applause on
the reading of this part of the message
was emphatic, and there was a general
clapping of bands, both - on the floor arid
in the galleries, on the conclusion of the
reading of . the document."
The Florence correspondent of
the Independene Beige says that a sin
galas discovery has been inside in a ,
church in one of the taut ourge of Milan.
A statue of Baintllagditieen, which has
long been famous for weeping in the`
presence of unbelievers; was recently"
removed; in order to 'facilitate .repairs
for the church.' was found that the
statue contained an arrangement for
boiling water. The steam passed np in
to the bead, and was there condensed.
The water thus pranced made its way
by a couple of pipes to the eyes, and
trickled down upon the cheeks of the
image. So thq wonderful miracle was
sr The ship Continental" has been
lying in New 'York harbor for some
time to receive her cargo ofyoung wom
en for Washington, on the Pacific, and
her departure is set down for Saturday.
It is represented that many of the,ladies
who are factory girls from Massachu-
Betts, find their courage , giving out as
the day for leaving approaches, and fear
to consign thimselies to the uncertain-
ties of the enterprise. On the contrary,
it is represented that all the ship's room
is engaged, and that opportuinty to go
has been eagerly accepted. Severil la
dies from Ohio are said to have' taken
@Thanksgiving, December 7th; was
the 85th anniversary of.thethanksgivitig
appointed•by the Continental Congress
at the suppression of the treason. of
Benediat'Arnold durinithe Revolution.
This coincidence of a seeond thenkegiv.
log on the same day, forth. , same cause
W' The freedmen throughout the
South are gradually becoming divabised
of the idea which bad been instilled into
their minds that, they were to receive
lands as a gift,' from the Government,
and they are now entering into contracts
with the planters for the ensuing year.
or Mn.s Jefferson.Dgivis is residing
at the house or at. 'Mr. Schuyler, near
Augusta, Georgia; She enjoys her
usual robust health, is under no 'surveil
lance, and is permitted to correepond at
will with her husband and friends.
Or It may be saaerted says a Wash
ington dispatch to.tbe Asaociated gran
with conftdenee that, there. Is 170 truth
whatever in tbs. statement that Jeffer
son Davis is to be tried by a military
court. , .
A religions weekly has jusl corn.
minced life in 'Chicago. It is called
the North =Weiternreshyterian, Rev.
Ebenezer Erskine - it editor, and Rev.
Alfred Hamilton,b.T/i, 'assistant editor.
Hon. Wm. Av.-Graham was yes
terday elected United States Senator
for the long term by the North Carolina
Legislative: He was in the'rebeil Sen.
ate, and bas not yet been pardoned.
Aar Boa. Schuyler Colfax Wee the.re
publican po.odidete for Speaker and ppp.
%Twig New 'york, the loco ;
taco, stood, Colfax,
igar It reported Stelnnolid that' ,
General Butler - is- to- waist, • military
commidmi of Ah - ot:
igbe in a Nut-50111
Gen. Burnside fi building a railroad
in -the Pennsylianisf oil regions, 10f ‘
miles long, whicliqs to be completed in
90 days. -
Earl Russell has been formerly install
ed Prime Minister of Great Britain.
The rag-pickers of Paris have nearly
all died of cholera, showing the effect of
filth in introducing that disease.
The farmers in the vicinity of Rich
mond, Va.. have lately suffered greatly
from the depredations of 11. soldiers.
Gen. Turner has ordered that when the
robbeiies can be traced to any particu
lar regiment, the amount of ;damage
done be deducted from the pay of the
- Ohara" iffirtiftin — roniposing' such vegi:
Unfinished counterfeit notes to the
amount of $BO,OOO, together' witkall the
implements for counterfeiting were , re
cently seized in Philadelphia by the
Government detectives. •
A fund for the family of Jefferson
Davis is to , be raised in the south, sub
scriptions to be limited to one dollar
from each person.
The wooden leg worn by Colonel
Dahlgren, during his expedition against
Richmond, has been secured and restor
ed to hie friends. An ex-rebel soldier
in Albemarle county, N.D., was wear- .
Albert Burnett,'of Cincinnati, is the
author of the Petroleum V. Naeby pa
Anew use for confederate money has.
been found. ,A lady in-Texas stuffed, a
mattress with $500,000._ _
A. number Of "unconquered" rebels
have emigrated to Brazil, and are die.
gusted to find that the Cabinet of the
Emperor of that country is coMposed of
Candian.papers that have been re
garZed as of strong secession proclivi
ties declare that Saunders is a "nuis
ance," that he has cost Canada more
than a million of dollars, and, he ought
to have sufficient decency to leave the
Jas. McCormick, who 'diedjit New..
burg, Now York, last week, at the age
of one hundred and feurteen, was prob
ably the oldest 'parser' in the — United
States. He was born in Irelaud and
came across , the Atlantic twenty , years
Jacob Itterrill, - a returned sailor, was
lately murdered and robbed of $5 . 00 in'
George N. Sanders, has lately arrived
in Liverpool. •
A wealthy farmer io Illinois has been
poisoned to death by his fifth wife, a
buxom but discontented young woman.
The civil officers in Florida Who were
acting at the time of the surrender, have
been restored by Governor Marvin.
A little - hoy, 11 years old, in Paris
strangled his youngest sister, and then
hung himself to avoid - going to school.
The bakers of Quebec, at the , recom
mendation of the Medical Faculty„will
in future supply stale bread, instead , of
new, to their enstoniors.
lierscliell V.. Johnson is out in
Georgia for a seat on the Supreme
Court bench. All the big rebels are
hot for office.
Rev. Dr. Breckenridge, the Kentucky
patriot, has declined the Presidency of
Waskington and Jefferion College.
Dick Winder has been sent ,to= Rich
mond, Major Gee to Raleigh, - and Gap-
twin Duncan to Savannah, whop) ,they
are to be tried by koart martial.
Seven millions worth of new buildings
have been:-erected itrOhicago the pres
Mrs. Maximilian, of Mexico, before
leaving the country, reviewed the Mexi
can troops in a carriage that eost $40.-
000. It was constructed entirely of
glass and silver,. and the inside lined
with white satin and gold lace. She's
expensive to somebody.
In New York, the Firth All-venue Ho
tel .paja $BO,OOO rent; the St.. Nicholas
sod Metropolitan.s7o,ooo each ; the As
tor honseand New-Yors $60,000 each,
and the Everett $40,000. A. T. Stew
art owns the Metropolitan and St , . Nich
olas, and William B. Astor owns the
In the . Pittsburg Oyer .and Terminer
Court on Saturday, the sentence of death
was proclaimed on Benjamin B. Mar
shall and Augusta Freck, convicted of
the murder ()fan nnknown man , on. Boyd's
Hill. Mrs. Martha Grinder, convicted
of the . murder of Mrs: Caruthers, by
poisoning, was also sentenced to be
The Mexican war would really seem
at length to favor the Republican side.
The French bad entirely withdrawn
from the -very important State of'Obi
bnahua, as Well its from the wholOof the
State. of , Rinaloa; - exCept . that...city > of
Mazatlan, ihOwing that, they, .were not
able to hold them. Meantime President
Juarealas. removek his government to
,the city of Obihtphoso r e h a firrup,Ol3,;
Arho.hava.a fora of some 2440 „No
take, t r.VITIPS t o OPAT/ItYiti•• ';
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=I Vi. • N.S.\--irr:
- The Bowie of Representatives
was called to order by the clerk, on
Mondly last, ,who read the roll of meat
bars, 'omitting. the 011131133 of membeis
from States lately rebellion. One
hundred and seventy-five persona an
swered to their names. Hon. Mr. May
nard, of Tennessee, desired. to have his
name called, and a debate ensued, which
was participated in by Mr. Maynard,
(Tenn.,) Mr. Stevens, (Pa.,) and Mr.
Brooks, (N. Y.) It was then moved to
go into an election for Speaker, when
Mr. Morrill nominated Schuyler Colfax
of Indiana, and Mr. Winfield proposed
the name of James Brooks, of New
York t i A. votetwii taken tandi on the
'fait billet Mr. Colfax received' 139
.votes,,and Mr. 8r0.0k5„35, being., a .ma-,
jority of 134. A, resolutien, declaring
Mr. McPherson; clerk, until a successor
was elected passed. •
sa- Humphrey Marshall, as big and
fat and jolly as ever, cannot obiein'a
pardon. He was' educated at' West
Point and will not 'be pardoned "if `the
President carries out the inie which be
has laid (loin. 'Be was in Philadelphia
the other day, and was anxious to take
thwoath, get a pardon and go to - New
Orleans to.practice law. He Said be
hid loft, all his property and quid' noth
ing left,-but be did not Say whither he
obtained the Money to pay $5 a-day at
the Continental Hotel. •
A.German in Texas„ who didn't
want to bejorced into the ,Tebet i army,
donned homespun gown and eon-bonnet,
and Oiled ,for, two
.years on his little
facto r ise his wife's sister, come to stay
with her from a distance, during her
husband's absente- in the confederate
army I Another German lay , for ,eigt)t
*en months in the _cellar ,of,, his own
house, even„ hie neighbors supposing
him in the rebel army. : _ . •
Gir A Washington 'Correspondent
says that President Johnson is fixed in
his determination to ,secure retrench
ment in all the offteial DeVertMents;
One of the searetaries had'his estimates
refined three times 'with peremptory
orders to "cut them down," and those
who have been lavishly and extritvag.tnt
ly disbursing the public funds begin to
apprehend'that "retrenchinOnt and re
fani" is to cheek' their "prodigality:
One paper box establishment has
contracted witirpaper collar manufactu
reis to furnish 11,000 .boxes. daily for
one' year. This' gives some Adea..ol4 the ,
extent ofrthe. paper collar business,-. but,
it does not :of-the utter meanness of the
man who wears them. who.can,wear-bet
ter. :Tbe fact of a stuck-up fellbw going
among the 'gals' witirs i pieceP of :paper.-
around his neck in imitation of i.collar:
ar The Secretary cif the Pennsylva
nia Steel Works Company has accepted
the Kelkerfarm,lwq and a half Miles
souttieast of Harrisburg, for the loca
tion. The works will be the largest on
this kontinent of their kind, and ,. will
val those of Europe. One thousand ex
perienced workmen will be lirronght from
England and the remaining, ,1,500 pro
cured at home.
Goiernor Humphreys, of Missis
sippi, telegraphedlo the PresidtmCfbat
the Legislature towatend - the
right of freedmen to testify in the tonne
if the troops ire withdrawn; - The' reply
was that - the troops "will •13e 7 withdfant
When:peace and' order cfm.be maintain
ed ivithont.themt- - 'Good 1 7 -
fall "The Right Way74s.the,titleA
new weekly sheet which has just • been
started in Beaten, by,ldejor George .:. 1 .
Stearns, Whci is distributing 50,000 gra
tuitous copies per week. sofficEiptiOns
are, however, received., ,i'rofersor Af
pbeus Crosby is the editor.
W A lady writes to a friend in Low
ell from Oregon; saying that44lles Were
raised in her neighborhood the past
season so large flit sixtebn 'cirthein
would-fill a bilshel basket, though,' of
course, all do not average that Size.
Bhe'also saw a Bartlett pear thht weigh
ed two - pounds.
fir St.. George's Episcopal ; Cbg rqh in
New York, (Dr..Tyng's) recently burned
is to.be rebuilt. It will cost 4124,00.
To raise this fund; the pewholders sub ;
scribed $52,e00 in ofin.!lay, ,and :; deter
mined to continue paying theie,: r old pew
rents. There was also an insurance of
$BO,OOO on the edifice.
',A Democratic oratOrOit a meet
ing in Neiv Nev Creek, Virginia, a few dayi
ago, remarked that " thit assaieination
of Abraham Lincoln 'was a merciful dis
pensation, but it' would be a still' more
mercifiil 'dispensation if his • unworthy
successor, Johnson, ghoul' assassin
ated." The speaker !las been wrested.
lllir A. gentleman just from Appomat
tox Court house states that "there, is
nothing 'Aft of the applo, yes, under
which Geoeral Lee. aurrendere4
red hole in the ground, and it A_feared
that allies& the bole iolencod
so will be removed by curiosity sseAlurfili
lobe "Stuart Mill 'apiihde
months of each year near ' the - grate - or
an idolized wife' at Avion,Tiaaae;
•,, . - gn4 -41,t4
.ae many airentit?oftits.::, , ,,..r.d
1, 44 4 ecof itte
or It will be remembered that some
two or more peat! ago, General McCook,
one of the famous fighting family of that
Drift, was deliberately murdered near
Nasbville. He had ,been prostrated
with a wound or sickness for some time,
and was being carried along the highway
in an ambulance, when e'rebel suddenly
emerged from the thicket and murdered
him in cold blood. This villain's name
was Frank Gurley. After the close of
the, war the people of Madison county,
Ala., evinced their appreciation of the
magnanimous terms granted them, by
electing him as their Sheriff. Not only
did they thua_defiantly insult the North,
bit proelitithed . by
,their conduCt ihat
they justified the violation of the laws of
war. Relying upon the "terms of capit
ulation" for immunity of his crimes,
Gurley also'bbaited openly of his having
killed General 'hlcCook, and pointed to
his promotion as a proof of the popular
ity which the deed had' secured for him.
Had the murtierer.remained in obscurity,
he might have , escaped, punishment.
But his course atoaceArew the atten
tion of the Federal authorities towards
him, and he was.not-flong since hrrested.
Having been conveyed to Nashville, he.
was convicted of the-murder and sen
tenced to be =hung " -at zHuntsville, Ala.
Though he has received a temporary re
spite, he will probably in e few deli
suffer the punishment tir his crims.
Gir The contractor ; for t ‘ he, work:of
transformiog Ford's Theatre to subserre
its new purposes has to his job,
and delivered the-buildfog , into --posses
sion of the government:t The, structure
was entirely divested of all its interior
finish and furniture, leaving nothing
bat the four naked brick walls and the
roof. It is now 'divided into' three sto
ries, with a spacious skylight in the
centre. The throe'fleurs or stories into
which the stream:43 now' divided are
composed of brici and trod, and finish
ed in the usual - Mode - or fife proof build
ings. The upper
,stories consist' of giLl
leries extending around the Sour sides
of the building and lighted from above.
*Jr Libby Prisoribtid Castle Thunder
so well knnitt thelistory bf the war,
will sookr imi - transform ed • find Beare:
houses. Cruitle . Thunder will be evacu
ated next week ;and' Whit' few •Oisonifrii
there are within its-walls will , , tie tratis
fe Fria' t 9 cir Libby'? iikbertilitetrifolrlie
cupiee but about one,-fourth of the build
ing known by that name. The other
three-fourths are_alrealy.converted into
storehousesolnd are, filled with produce
orelliclescriptions. - •
air Mr. SclUide, the counsel of the
late gaptain Wirz, has received an affi
davit from Mrs. Wirz, in due legal form,
indignitptly denying - is altogether false
that she Eittempted to convey poison to
the mouth of her husband while kissing
him, and that Wirz was prevented
Inwitig the drag by the prompt`inter=
ventiolicif Gen. Baker — Freipieni
portunity occurred in her private' inter
vieWtr withler husband for the perpetra
tion of such a' crime had she been -so"
wicke&as to:meditate it. -
Sinning and Sorrowing."—.We
wish to call especial and particular atter
tion to au edmirable book for the Young,
just issued from the, piers of J. C. , par:
rigues & C0., - publishers of the Sunday
ScliaolThe' . ivork is veiy
commended : by different jodrnals, all
over the country. We think it will
prove reiery' acceptable' present= forthe
, Col, )7Vnodward and party, who
went to Brazil to negotiate, for, land for
some 600 'South:ern planter's, hid met,
with an enthusiastic reception, the Em
peror promising all aid in furtherance of
the Prdject. Intitead of six hundred
we - truit'sixty; thousind'oi the planters
Will take their way thiiher.
Almost every negro arrested and
taken before.: the. City Renin4er at i9y;
some peap.on. They wonid,seem deter-
mined to be prepare& to meet any`at,
tempt on, the . : part of the .unconverted
rebels to re-enslave them.
iiiirrlielStianish - government - pledges
itscearnest 'efforts for ,the extirpation of
the slave trade, and will'have till cobvic
tad, of participation summarily- executed
what ^ apprettended in." any of -Alio-porta
or Spain and'All of., the, Spanish
Poeseasionc, . , •
'agr The Indiana Hatnie of aspreser:
tatiyes has passed a resolutioiiiinqiiiring
into` he expediency orliCensiug locdina
live engineers, making them allrpilis
examination 'as to' ` ' gnalifidatiims ' l and
BLINDNESS, Dna rxEss and Catarrh, trek
teli-Nyith the utmost success,
; by Dr. J. Isikci,
qpilEt acid Aurist.;• . (forMerly , of Lcyckoh-iiOlr
land,) NIL 519 Piste street, Philadelphia. Tee
timoriiiittlfrilip the'recist - reliablp sources'in' the
City' and toiletry can - be'.;iieep at his office. 1
The medical faculty are invited to accompany
their,Mitl_elits;:iiti hes hull ea Secats iii hei prac
tice. AIITIFICIAL Emmatiserted without pqm I
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adopted reaotoligas Jor the
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fir Special attention of the affected
ineited.toi-the idviirtieement of Joe.
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,sacceedint ieeues,of:this simper.
sSpirf at Notitts
WHAT ADERITS.THY SAID :•—•" Well, sir,
what, is the matter ?" said Abernethy, the
great English surgeon, to a cadaverous-look
ing patient, who had called to consult him.
"Oh, nothing serious,' was the reply; " my
stomach and liver are Out ot order, that's all."
" Do you call that nothing serious I"said Ab
ernethy; 44 I tell you, six, that when these
two organs are out of order, as you call it,
there's not a square inch of the body that Is
not mere or less diseased, nor a frrop'of blood
in it that is in '1 healthful oondition." Noth
ing can be more true, therefore it is of thi
very highest importance to keep the stomach
and liver in a vigorous condition. If the one
is weak and the other irregular in its action,
tone and control them with Hostetter's cele
pratia Stomach Bitters—the most genial vege
tablel'Restirative and Alterative that has ever
been administered as a cure for Dyspepsia and
.LiverAlisease.,.,At, is recommended by_distiu
guished surgeons and physician's of the United
States Army, by otreers of the Army and Na
vy, by our lint authors, "by eminent clergy
men-rin fact; by thousands of the most intel
ligent of everrclass,-as.an unequalled protec
tive agamstepedemic and malarious disease,
and as &perfectly•innocuous, but at the sane
time powerful, invigorant and alterative. (D.
LYON'S P ERIODICA L DROPS. The great fe
male Rimehy for Irregrdarities.These Drops
are a scientifically compounded fluid prepara
tion, and better than any Pills, Powders or
Nostrums. Being liquid, their action is direct
and positive, rendering them a reliable, epee
di arid certain specific for the' cure °rill!' ob
etructions and Suppressions of nature. -Their
popularity is indicated' by Cie °fact that-over
100,000 bottls are annually sold and consum
ed by the ladies of the United States, every
one'of whiim speak in the strongest - terms of
priiibe of their'goortiterits. They are rapidly
ticking the - place of every other Female Rem
edy, and are considered by all who know
aught Of them, as the surest, safest and most
infallible preparation in the world; for the
cure of all female complaints, - the removal of
all obstructions of nature, and the promotion ,
of health, regularity and strength. Explicit
directions stating Wheri they may be used, and
eiplaining when they should not, nor could
not be used withoutprodUcing effects contra
ry to nature's , chosen laws, will be found care
fully folded around - each bottle s with the writ=
ten signathre Jour( "Lxcic, without
which_none are germ*,
Prepared by Dr. JOHN L. LYON, 195 Chapel
street, Nevcrilaven, Cohn., who . can be -con
sulted either personally. or by mail, (enclosing
stamp) concerning.all private diseases and. fe
male,..weakuesses. , §old by Druggists every
where. - • CLARK &
, < Gen'l Agts for U. S. and Canadas.
To C3NSIIMPTIVES.—The undersigned hav
ing been restored-to - health in a few weeks by
a very simple 'remedy, after having suffered
several years, WA. Severe lung affection,
and that dread disease, consumption, is an
xious to make known to his fellow-sufferers
the means of cure. To all who desire it, he
will send a copy of the prescription, free of
charge, with.the directions for piepartng and
useing the same, which they will find a sure
cure for Consumption,Astma,Brorichitis,Colds;
Coughs, etc. The only object of the adveiti
serAn sending the presi,riptiois is to benefit
tha afffieted and spniiid information which he
coneituves to be invaluable,' addlie 4 hopes every
sufferer will try his remedf, as it will cost
them nothing, and may prove a blessing.
Parties wishing the prescription, will please
address Rev. EDWARD A. Wir.sort,
burg, Kings County, New-York. rsep3o3m
To THE EDITOR Or THE MA.RIETTIA N.—
Deir Sit:—With your permission I Wish to
say to the readers of your paper that I will
send, by return Who wish it, (free)
a recipe, with - full' directions for making and
using a simple Vegetahle Balm that will effec
tually remove, in ten , (aye, Fimplei, Blotches,
Tan, Frecklei,'ind all impurities of the skin,
leaviitlhe•same soft, clear, smooth arid beau
tiful. wilt -also marl free to those baying
Bald Heads, or Bare Faces, simple directions
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READ WHAT DR. SCHENCK Is
DR. J. H. SCHENCK.
DEAR Sin :—I feel it a duty I owe 1 ,
and to all who are suffering under the
known as Consumption and Liver Coe„:
to let them know what great benefaa
received from your Pulmonic Syrup sal
weed Tonic in so short a time. By toe
ing of God it has cured tae thus far. s ' f a.
Dr. Schenck, I will now make
ment to you, as follows:—Ab out
monthi ago - I was attacked with a a eee :
cough, and it settled on my lungs. C e
not retain anything I ate, and sullen?,
evening fevers and night sweats,
much reduced. The whites of my e ye , e 'l
very yellow; likewise my skin; my
all gone, and unab eto digest what j ea,
bowels swollen, irregular and costive
very low spirited, and bad such violent,,.!
of coughing when I lay down at hioi r ae l
n - lien I arose in the morning that thpy
last one or two hours.
I then would be nearly exhausted, az , 4 .,
entirely unable to lie on my left side. 1„ . „
not describe my wretched suffering at I
wish to do. Every organ in my body wad s ,
eased or deranged. Such wag my situation e
this time, and I was confined to my bee fro g
the last of February, 1862, to June Ys62, sot
able to sit up. I had the best of medical e
tendance the whole of the time.
was so very bad that it racked me very 4 1 , 4 ,1 .
I at this time raised a large quantity of Mid,
yellow, offensive matter, sometimes with ":lood
and it was generally accompanied by mom,
and a furred'and thick coated tongue. Aw l ,
time of coughing so badly I would hareem%
shooting pains in my left side and
night sweats, and soreness all through in ';
whole cheat; had much inward fever, os u i l
my back and' nder my shoulder blades India
the small of my back, and at times no lev ee
that it would throw me into spasms. Nov
my physician gave me up to die. Othersllid,
and the beat of them, but they could do on.
ing for me, and at that time I was nothing
but skin and bone I then was in the welkin
par! of Missouri. In June last we left thee
for the East, and in August last we m ut ,
New York, and I was so reducet that I mil
only walk-a little with my husband's help,
Atter I had been here a short time the slit sa•
ter breeze made me feel much better fart
time and then I had again to call a physical
for aid . -We haft four of the best physicals
of New York on the diseases of the lungs, sad
doctors of all kinds, hut of no avail, That
said I was past cure, and that my lungs were
too far gone for any one to cure me. Iline
this time I was on my feet about the hone,
not able trklo much of anything. In Moven•
ber last-4 grew worse, and the commotion
diarrhea set in and lasted about eight weeln,
We had tried . all and everything that I conk
grasp at like a dying person fot my disease_
consumptionand liver complaint—but of no
In January, 1863,- I was brought den
again on my bed, anti was not expected to
live the night out. MV husband stayed stmt
side. and.ether friends, and they all gave me
up, to die. At this time every one who Ise
me did not think I would ever leave my ts 4
a living woman. The first night I woe at•
tacked with spasms, and was deranged mat
of the time A- friend, Mrs. Harris, came to
see me the last of the week, and brought the
Sunday Mercury. , in it was an account of s
great cure . Performed by Dr. Schenck. She
reedit to me, and it was so much like my
disease that l asked my husband to go and
see — him for me. At this time I had given op
all hopes of ever'getting well again, r Eld male
my peace with God, to be ready wheneverhe
On.the.27ih of January, 1563 my liana
called on Dr. Schenck, 32 Bond street, New
York, and stated to. him my case, with i re
quest for him to call and see me, which be
did, and examined me with the respirometer.
When he was about to go I asked him if In
could - cure me? His ,reply was :" y cannot
tell, both lungs are diseased, and the bronchi.
al tubes are affected on both sides." And yet
he seemed.to think there were lungs famish
left to effect a cure if the diarrhea could hi
stopped. Ile said in order to do this, he wed
have to go:Fe me Mandrake Pills in sail
doses at first, in carry off the morbid matte:, .
and theri, with astringents, he hoped to chez:
it, which he did, but the constant coughin,:,
night sweats,and,diarrhea had prostrated roe
so that he'Wers afraid my vital powers were
too much , prostnsted ever to rally, and yet he
seemed to think if I could live to get enough
Pulmonic Sy - run through my system to OM
expectoratiOn there were lungs enough left
for ME! vcover.; _lie wished me to try the
Pulmonie Syrup and Seaweed Tonic it our,
sayingyit Would - do me no halts, if it did Ise
no goe.d. l`fie .first week it seemed to give
me strength, so that on Sunday after I ut nP
in bed and atetearty for a sick woman; bet
the nextweek lost :all hope and wished itiy
husband net titilive me any more medicine.
but the doctor had warned him of thin, cud
'When the medicine-Was clearing out the gyp
tem it made them'-feel Somewhat restless, sad
to persevere ; and he insisted - on my [stag
it ; and new Ifeeldhe benefit of it. for after
eight days Iliegs.n:to,gain my strength,
with the exception of wcold that pit: inn bed
some, I havii been gaining strength of body,
my cough is going away, and all my painsit ,
gonel ! .no.sorenees.of the bedy, my bowen l2 . l
regUlar, and ,my breath is sweet, and I thrt
God that I am now going 'shunt, and sew sod
read as well as ever - I could. I have takes
sixteen bottfes of the medicine, eight of eaC .3 .
I now bttyc . :agjoil appetite and test well it
night ; my. cough_ doea.not trouble me icirit'
ing up or lying down. I would here say to
the afflicted with 'consumption or -liver com
plaint. that Dr. Schenck is no humbug Yo
can rely on ivhat he says. Delay not ;it n
dangerous' to trifle' with these diseases. It
you would tie cured,go at once ; and %gni
wishing to know the facts as herein gain
can call at my residence, 117 West Hougol
street, New Yofk city.
MRS. MARY P. PA R1. 01 , 1 ,*
We, thiundersigned, residents of New 1 "'
are acquainted with Mrs. Farina!, and o t ll ,
her statement to be true. We also know ,
she used Dr: Schenek'a 'Pulmonie AyruP t rl "
Seaweed Tonic,- and have reason to notr
that t 3 this Medicine She owes her preserow l
troto pramatore grave.
B. FARLOW, 117 Wesellouston st.
EUGENEUNDERLIILL 676 trees
Mrs: - EUGENE UNDERHILL, 676 Geer•
AUGUST:CU N DER HILL, 676 Dreessia
. A. F.. Harris, 117 West lionston street.
EMILY GLOVER, 117 West Howiton I t '
J. L. COLE, 33 Cottare fi r ,
M. A. LKIG lis3.B roa dway.
Mrs. BE.NJAIVIIN CLAPP, 19 ArcutY
I well acqUainted 'with Mrs. Mary i•
Farlow, and with her. husband, Mr. B. Fall
they having for. a few- months -past siOn di
at my clierch,-arid Tam convinced that s td
statement which they might make may bi„"'
lied on es true. JtMIN DOWLING, D.
Pastoi'd Bedford st. Baptist Church,
' Dr. Schenck will he professionally at "'"
principal office No. 15 North Sixth street , c ,, 5 ';
ner of Commerce, - Pliihidelphia, every gi , " lt .
day, from 9 .t. M., until . 4 P.
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every Wednesday;'. from 9 to 3, and erect
other Friday. at 108:Baltimore street,
More, Ailedidee free, but for stherant
examination-ofthelungs with his Reepirco r
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Price orate Pulmonic Syrup and seswe
. 5) per biv
Tonic, each $1.50 per bottle, or $7
drizen. ”Mandrake. Pills, 95 cents per boa.
For sale bye all Druggists and Deafen , .
Deeember 9, 1985:-I.Y;
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or provocation, I hereby cautionthe P t wi o
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