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A NOTHER GREAT CURE
IN THE CITY GIP NEW YORK.
Of a highly respectable citizen, well known
to the Mercantile community, by
DR. J. H. SCHENCK,
THE GREAT LUNG DOCTOR OF PHIL
OPFICE N. Y. Ann GALENA LEADCO.,
No. 28 Nassau St.,•New York, June 1, 1866.
Da. J. H. SCSIENCIE—Dear Sir :—For over
fifteen years I have been troubled with a se
vere cough, and usually two or three Wiles a
year with more or leas hemorrhage, which to
gether, ksr the last few years, has kept me
thin in flesh and too weak to do business of any
kind vvitnout suffering. In August last I had
a very severe hemorrhage, and, according to
the judgement of a good Newe YOrk physician,
I was classed as beyond the reach of medicine
and was advised to be ptepared, so far as pro
perty matters were concerned, fo leave at
short notice. The physician (and my , good
friends) said that the first cold I took must
prove fatal. Early in January I took a se
vere cold, and fortunately was occupying
rooms at No. 32 BOND STREET, dllectly
over your office. I think about the 16th of
January I procured a bottle of your Pulmon
is Syrup and commenced taking it freely.
My feet and limbs were very much swollen,
and all the symptoms of a speedy death seem
ed to 'accompany my cold. I sent fer my
former physician, and stated to him that I
was taking your medicine, and after showing
ahem to him, and having tasted of them &C.,
he replied : "You can take them if you, like
they will do you no harm." He said : "You
know what I told you last summer, and I say
the same now, if you have any business to
close up, do not putit off." he said to other
friends that he "could see no hope for me,"
and my friends and relations concluded my
time had come. At this time 1 was ttkiug
freely of your medicine, but had not seen you.
The doctor called a few time's, and found me
(much to his surprise, he said,) improving,
and he could not understand why. My faith
was increasing in your medicines, and I had a
wish to have you examine my case, and see
what you had to say. - When you first came
to my room and made the examination, you
gave me but little encouragement, but on the
contrary, expressed sad doubts of my ever
being helped out of my then seeming difficul
ties. The second time that you called, find
ing me still gaining, you gave me encourage
ment, saying, "my symptoms were improv
ing ; the Pulmonie Syrup, Sea-weed Tonic
mid Mandrake Pills had acted like a charm."
My circulation, my cough, my appetite, all
began to improve, and I could walk about my
room a little. You visited me nearly every
Tuesday, and found -me improving, and told
me not to go out of my room until the first
day of May. I took no cold while under your
treatment, my appetite became first-rate, and
you told me to eat everything I wished of a
nutritious nature, and to exercise about the
room as much as possible. I -followed your
advice, and to the Surprise of my old physician
and friends, I seem much better than I have
been for several years, and breathe better than
I ever expected a person could with one lung
the left being completely dried up. I feel
very grateful to you, and consider your advice
and medicines invaluable.
Dn. Se n Encx—Dear Sir :--,About two years
ago I was taken with a very troublesome
cough and a pain in my breast ; seven or
eight months passed away without my doing
anything for myself. Then I applied to a
physician, who attended me for about three
months without rendering me any service. I
also obtained the advice and treatment of a
physician in one of our hospaitals, and also,
had the advice and treatment of two other phy
sicians, but all to no purpose. During this
long space of time I was nearly dead ; sever
al times my friends came to. see me .ani
fined to my bed two months at one time. My
breathing was exceedingly short. I gave up
several times all hope of getting. better • and
as regarded getting well, that was entirely out
of the question. And to think this day lam
well and hearty I • I was advised by • some of
my friends to try Dn. Scitztimit's Medicines.
I accordingly bought bottle after bottle, until
I reached the ninth; then-I found a decided
change in my cough for the better. I suffered •
severely from palpitation of the heart, and two
weeks after I commenced taking your medicine
this 'difficulty ceased.
When I fist went to Dr. Schencles office it
was with difficulty that I could get up into his
reception room, I was so weak and so swelled ;
my skin was as sallow as though I had thejaun
dice ; I felt dull, heavy, and sleepless. Di.
Schenck, after examining me, said both my
lungs were affected, and gave me but little
hope ; but his medicines, in about two weeks,
took right hold of me; it seemed to go right
through my whole sy,item The Pulmonic
Syrup, Seaweed Tonic ai.d Mandrake Pills,
all took right hold in the right place. The
Pills brought away great 'Mut taffies of bile and
slime ; the Syrup loosened. the matter in my
lungs, which came off very free ; the Seaweed
Tonic gave me an appetite, and everything
seemed to taste good.
To show what great power the medicines
have in purifying my systeni, -and to show
how bud I was diseased, beside all the bile
tnat passed my bowels, and the great quanti
ties of phlegm and matter I expectorated, I
broke out all. over in large boils,- that would
continue to gather and - run for about six
weeks. and I had at one time ovet twenty-five
boils. I have nothing of the kind now, and
feel like another person altogether. I can
safely say that I have not enjoyed such health
for five years as Ido now, and cannot praise
you arid your medicines enough. May God I
abundantly bless and preserve you! is the sin
cere desire of one who has been so wonderlut
ly relieved through your agency; and if any
one desires to know with regard to the truth- -
fulness of this report, if they. will call upon any
of my friends, or upon me, N 0.4 Dryden Place,
near Thompson street, belOw CadWalader,
Philadelphia, they will be perfectly satisfied
with the validity of the case. Yours, with
much respect, MARY SC HNA I DT.
The above case, as described, is perfectly
correct. I know it to be true. Yours,
T. B. MILLER,
Pastor of Hancock M. E. Church.
DR. SCHENCK will be professionally at his
principal office, No. lo NORTH SIXTH STREET,'
corner of COMMERCE,- PHILADELPH'IA ' every
Saturday, from 9 A. M. until 4 P. M. ; No. 32
Bond street, New York, every Tuesday, from
9to 3 ; N 0.38 Summer Street, Boston, Mass.,
every Wednesday, from 9 to 3, and every other
Friday at 108 Baltimore street, Baltimore, Mil,
All advice free, but for a thorough examination
of the longs with his Respirometer, the charge
is three dollars.
Price of the Pulmonic Syrup and Sei-weed
Tonic, each p 1.50 per bottle, or $7.50 per half
dozen Mandrake Pills, 25 cents per box.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS AND
Estate of Elizabeth Weis late of the
Borirffilh of Marietta decaased.
. - .
Letters of administration, with the Wil
annexed, on said estate having been granted
to the undersigned, all persons indebted
thereto are requested to make immediate
settlement, and those having claims or de
mands agamst the same will present them
without-delay for settlement to the undersign:-
d, residing in said Borough of Nanette:
E. D. RO
JOHN SEL Merchant Tailor,
Cor. of Market-st., and Elbow Lane, Mariidta
RATEFUL for past favors I would retuzr
ljr my thanks to my numerous friends and pa
trons and inform them that I still continue the
old business at the old stand, where I will .be
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From the venerable archdeacon Scott, D. D.
Dunham, Canada East, March 24, 1865.
* * * " I am an inveterate Dyspeptic of
more than 25 years standing,”
* * * " I have been so wonderfully bene
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have used the Peruvian Syrup, that I can
scarcely persuade myself of the reality.—
People who have known me are astonished
at the change. lam widely known, and can
but recommend to others that which has done
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A Case of 27 Years' Standing Cured.
From Insley Jewett, No. 15 Avon place, Bos
"I have suffered and sometimes severely,
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Well known and mach respected among the
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Drugs, Medicines, Stationary, 4c., 6^c.,
OF EVERY DESERIPTION.
Such as Perkmed Soaps, Hair Oils, Hair
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Spices of all kinds, Cloves, Cinnemon, All
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Chemical Food, Citrate of Magnesia, Feed
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Golden Carp, or Gold Fish with Founts,
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A lot of Family Dye colors, of every shade.
Fresh and reliable Garden Seeds.
A large assortment of Books and
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A new kind of playing cards, called "Union
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Marietta, February 4, 1865-tf.
AGENTS wanted, ladies and gentlemen,
in every. county in tle United States, to
sell the Ink powders of the American Ink
Company.. The powder sells for forty cents
per package, and will make ink enough to fill
fifty bottles of the size usually retailed at ten
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we send a thousand circulars, with testimon
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the agent's name on the bills. Only One per
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One thousand‘circulars and the right to.sell in
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either of which he or she will take. Send for
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risk of waiting, of send the money for a gross.
Letters addressed to the Mayor, Postmaster,
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Address, writing your name, town, county
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A DJOURNED COURTS
It is ordered by the Court of Lancaster Co.,
that Adjourned Courts for 1866 for the trial
and decision of cases in the Common Pleas,
Orphans' Court, and Quarter Sessions, are to
be held as follows:
One week, commencing Monday, March 19th.
cc cc cc " June 15th.
" Sept. 17th.
cc Decent. 17.
To continue one week from the said days re
spectively, anti as much longer as the business THIS Invention consists of Duplex (or two)
may require. All the cases on the list for Elliptic pure refined steel springs, ingeniously
argument in the Orphans' Court shall be taken braided tightly and firmly together, edge to
up on the first days of said terms, and be pro- edge, making the toughest, most flexible, elas
ceded with until disposed of, unless continued tic and durable spring ever used. They sel
by consent or cause shown. dom bend er break, like the single springs,
The cases on the argument list in the. Quar- and consequentlY preserve their perfect and
ter Sessiokis shall be taken up on Wednesday beautiful shape more than twice as long as
of said term if not prevented by the Orphans' any single spring skirt that ever has or can be
Court, and if so, the cases in the Quarter Ses- made. .
sions will be commenced on the termination The wonderful flexibility and great comfort
of the Orphans' Court business. and pleasure to any lady wearing the Duplex
The argument of the cases of the Common Elliptic skirt will be experienced particularly
Pleas to be commenced on Thursday of the in all crowded Assemblies, Operas,• carriages,
week, if not prevented by the Orphans' Cour railroad cars, church pews, arm chairs, for
or Quarter Sessions cases, in that caseohe ar- promenade and house dress, as the skirt can
gement list of said court is to be taken up a be folded when in use to occupy a small place
the termination of the cases in the other courts, as easily and conveniently as a silk or muslin
and proceeded in until disposed of, unless con- dress.
tinued by consent or cause shown. A lady having enjoyed the pleasure, corn-
It is further, ordered that the absence of fort and great convenience of wearing the du
counsel at the time appointed for hearing the plex elliptic steel spring skirt fora single day
cases mentioned in the preceeding orders shall will never afterwards 'willingly dispense with
be no cause for suspending proceedings there- their use. For children, Misses, and young
in, unless by consent, or legal ground for a ladies they ar superier to all others.
continuance be shown. . The hoops are covered with 2 ply double
ADJOURNED JURY TRIALS. twisted thread and will wear twice as long as
It is ordered by the Court that adjourned the single yarn covering which is used on all
Courts-for Jury `trialsin 'the Common - pl eas , Single steel hoop skirts. The three bottom
will be held as follows : , rods on every skirt are also double steel, and
One week, commencing on the sth of Mon- twice or double covered to prevent the cover
day. in January, 29th. - • ing from westing off the rods when dragging
One week, commencing on the 3d Monday down stairs, stone steps, &c., &c., which they
in February, 19th, are constantly subject to when in use 4 \
One week, commencing on the 4th Monday All are made of the new and eegant corded
in :February, 26tt . - ' -' " tapes, and are the, best quality inl every part.
- One week, commencing on the 4th Monday
giving to the wearer the moat graceful and
id May, 28th. perfect shape possible, arid are unquestionably
. One week, ebinmencing.on the Ist Monday the lightest, most desirable, comfortable and
in June, 4th. - economical Skirt ever 'made.
' One week, commencing on the Ist Monday WEST'S' BRA DERE+ Si.' CART - i Proprietors of
in September, 3d. ,
~ : - the invention, ,and: Sole, in
M on d ay Chambers, and 79 & 81 "Reads streets, New
:One week, commencing on the3d
:in October 15th: ''York.
: One Week,..•onithencing on. the 4th Monday Fur sale in all first-class stems in this- City,. l
in ,October, 22d.- and throughout the United States, and Canada
' One weelr, - cOMmencing on 'the fst MOnday Havana tie Cuba, Mexico, South America,
in December, 3d. .. and the West Indies. •
. 4.ll4,l , l4o ,, ot i lierp.eijos as may be appoint :, , K r In'quire`f,gr the Duillex , Elliptic (or
ed • at' the 'aforesaid courts, or ail r.ltilezerni.' dentate) - Spring Skirt. -': ' - [ 3m- :VaC ,•',`;
. , ..
SCHENCK'S MANDRAKE PILLS,
FOR LIVER COMPLAINT
A SUBSTITUTE FOR CALOMEL.
If your bowels are costive,
If you have worms,
If your breath is bad,
if you feel drowsy,
If you are low spirited,
If you have a sick headache,
If you have taken a drop too much,
TAKE A FULL DOSE.
They only cost 25 cents a box,
Blue Mass, and other preparations of Mer
cury, actually proauce more suffering and
death than the diseases which they profess to
cure. And yet this corrosive mineral so de-
flounced by the allopathic doctors, is prescri
bed by them almost universally in Liver Com
,plaint, Consumption of Lungs, &c.
THE MANDRAKE PILLS
are composed entirely of roots and herbs, ob
tained from the great storehouse of Nature,
and their salutary effects will appear as soon
as the medicine is brought to the teat of a fair
experiment. SCHENCK'S MANDRAKE
PILLS do not produce az y nausea or sickness
of the stomaab ; but when given for Dyapep
sia, it may be proper to usa them in connec
tion with SCHENCK'S SEAWEED TONIC.
By this judicious treatment the digestive fac
ulties are speedily restored to their full vigor,
and the worst cases of indigestion may be
When we reflect that the liver is the largest
internal organ of the body, that to it is assign
ed the important duty of filtering the blood
and preparing the bile, that it is subject to
many disorders, and that when it is diseased
or inactive the whole body suffers sympathet.
ically, it is not surprising that a medicine
w Lich can restore the healthy operations of
the Liver should produce wonderful changes
in the general health, and effect cures which
may appear to be almost miraculous. Head
ache of long continuance, severe pains in the
side, breast and shoulders, aching of the limbs,
a feeling of general weakness and wretched
ness, and other alarming and distressing sy mp
to-es, indicative of imperfect or disordered ac
tion of -the liver, are speedily removed by the
use of SCHENCK'S MANDRAKE PILLS.
Costiveness, piles, bitter or sour eructations,
and that indescribable feeling of oppression?
mental anxiety, languor, lethargy. and de
pression of spirits, which unfit a man for HIM
managementof business and the enjoyment of
life, arc all relieved by the use of SCHENCK'S
Da. SCHENCK.—Dear -it : I take pleasure
in sending you a certificate in addition to
many you have already received from suffer
ing humanity. I can scarcely find language
sufficiently strong to express my heartfelt
gratification of the wonderful cures your
MANDRAKE PIL LS and SEAWEED TON
IC have effected in the entire cure of one of
the most 'stubborn cases of the affection of the
liver. For three years I suffered beyond de
scription; all my friends, us well as myself,
came to the conclusion that my time in this
life was short. Such was the terrible condi
tion to Which I was reduced that life to me
, .• • - • • my who]o
in a state of inflammation • I could not eat, 1
could not sleep ; my while body was filled
with pain ; swelling would arise in my wrists
and ankles, rendering them totally useless.
• On several occasions I was attacked with a
rush of blood to the head, which would fell
me to the, ground, and I would be carried
away for ead: I applied to several eminent
physicians of our city, who administered all
the medicines that they thought would reach
my case, butof no avail.
One of them said he could do no more for
me, and advised me, as a last resort, to drink
cod liver oil. Not relishing the horrid trash ;
declined to take it. Accident put your adver
tisement in my bands. 1 culled on you ; you
examined the and told me the nature of my
disease. You then ordered me .he Pills and
Tonic with an observance of diet, pledging
your word that in one week I would find my
self another man. I followed your advice,
and, as you predicted, an astonishing cure was
effected. l.continued your Pills and Tonic
for some time, and now thank God for his
goodness, and your invaluable medicine, I
am once mote restored to perfect health. I
most earnestly reccommend those who are
suffering from affection of the liver to give
your Pills and Tonic, a lair trial, and a cure
will be effected. I have sent many persons
to you, and they have all been cured. Any '
information my fellow-citizens may requ
will be freely given by the subscriber, at h
residence, No. Sl2 Federal street, between S th
street and Passyunk road.
CHARLES JOHNSON, Sn.,
Formerly Printers' Ink Manufacturci.
DR. SCHENCK will be professionally at h
principal office, No. 15 North Sixth street, co
ner of Commerce, Philadelphia; every Satur
day, from 9 a. m., until 4 p. m. ; N 0.32 Bond
street, New York, every Tuesday, from 7 to
3 ; No. 38 Sumner street, Boston, Mass.,
every Wednesday, from 9 to 3 ; and every
other Friday at 108 Baltimore street, Bald
mote, Md. All advices free, but for a thor
ough examination of the lungs with his Res
pirometer the charge is three dollars.
Price of the Pulmonic Syru) and Seaweed
Tonic, each $1.50 per bottle, or $7.50 per half
dozen. Mandrake Pills, 2.5 cents per box.
For sale by all Druggists & Dealers. [2l
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HISTORY OF THE•
GR EAT REBELLION!
HE. late rebellion stands out peculiar and
extraordinary in human events; and the
magnificent scale upon which the war has
Deer. conducted, constitute it one of the grand
est and most brilliant chapters of the world's
Mr. Headley, of all writers, is perhapsted
qualified to portray the the stupendous feat
ures of the mighty contest. His privien
works on less momentous themes hare placed
him in the first position, as a graphic andpow
erful detonator of war scenes and ch.ar
and the magnitude and grandeur of the
cut subject, impart to his pen the fire and
er.o•tik 9pirauna, 01h1
nish ample scope for the highest exhibition of
his peculiar genius for military desriiption.
Under Isis powerful pen the stirring scenese.i
the War pass in review with the vividness oil
distinctuess of a present and living reality;
while his great talent for condeieiatiiin
bles him to embody everything of importance
in a compass just suited to the public wart.
From no other source can so clear and com
prehensive an impression of the grand march
of events be obtained, so easily and agreeably
as (ruin Mr. Hemiley's work.
Other histories have been issued before
Grant's Report and other official documents
were submitted to the guvernmeht, end there
fore unreliable. r. Headley has delayed the
completion of this till those documents ,o es:
sottial to authenticity and corritthoos
The second volume, completing this work,
is now [June 30th, 'Oh] reedy. At!its Wan
ted to engage in its sale in every torn at
county in the Coiled States. Liberal induce
moms °tiered. Vor particulars apply to or ad
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A . GRICULTURAL
THE FERTILIZERS prepared by the - - tg:
ricultural Chemical Company, Ch
pony chartered by the legislature of Pealed' ,
vania with a capital of $250,000,3 have been
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arid Fruit Grower, of all concentrated ins
nures now offered in any market. The COl
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ol night soil and the fertilizing eleinentsof
urine combined, chemically and Mechanically
with other valuable fertilizing agents ands!).
It is reduced to a pulverized condition, rea
dy for immediate use, and without loss of its
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Its universal application to all eropsand
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are well known to be all that agricultungs
CHEMICAL COMPOST. This Fertilizer
is largely composed of animal matter,
such as meat, bone, fish, leather, hair mid
wool, together with chemicals and inorganic
fertilizers, which decompose the mass, snare.
- Lain the nitrogenous elements.
It is a very valuable fertilizer for field crops
generally, and especially for potatoes Oa
Its excellent qualities, strength and die,i r
ness, have made it vcry popular with all °
have used it.
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It is composed of such elements as ma e
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Practical tests have proved that its val hate °
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and the wharves of shipment, free of ce o r! a ii e ,
Cartage will he charged on allay orders
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once for cartage will be ade on Cs,
livered at the works of the Comp:slidl
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