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MARIETTA. PA :
Satudg,ffigniDg,,FebraaTy 16, 1867,
For The celebrated " immortal J. N"
is dead. J. 14. Free, for that Was 'his
real name,- was,monornaniac,of,the,pu,
rest water, who, yvhile l livingerejoiced in
the rather elongated, if not egotistical
title of "the irrimortaLij. N.' the great
est orator; statesman and philosopher
of theage"." . For:years past the .whole
current of the d'eceesed'e , thoughts seem
ed to be. directed ,to the thorough re
construction of the Union, his theory
being that in -the late war both sections
were right and both wrong, a hypothe
sis which ,bet few could comprehend,
"J. N."- as he preferred, to style limself,
while laboring under a singular hallucin_
ation relative to the adjustment of ou r
national difficulties, tras,a man of con
siderable intelligence and his insanity
was of a perfectly harmleic nature.,
About fifty years bitclt a married
couple, residing in Paris', adopted - a
male child that had been found in the
streets, although having a son of their
own. The.two childien. were .brought
up together, and readied the same ed
ucation. The foundling went into busi
ness and made a large fortune, while his
benefactors met with reverse, and died ;
leaving their , son, a clipple,,unprovided
for. The • adopted son then devoted
himself entirely,to hie
_companien bit in
fancy, refusing to marry in o rder not4o
be forced to quit him, and has now just
died, leaving him a fortune of nearly a
million francs. ,
illar The Prince
, of Wales is becoming'
a rude, swaggering, drinking, gaming
scallawag who can tie `restrained in his
evil practices neither * by the iiiflizendes .
of his mother, the protedtations of the
Court Clergy, nor the consciousness of
what appertains to royal dignity. If he
were the son of a tradesman, everybody
would call the chap a loafer—wit is, be
gets the title of "the Merry Prince; sand
his indiscretions are so notorious that ,
even the London,Timesjkas felt compell
ed to,rebnke these in, stately editorials, '
demanding a reformation. as: due. to the
honor of the British.nation.
fad' Daniel .Gtillagher, residing in the
neighborhood of Liicnst and Juniper
streets, died on Monday of hydrophobia.
Deceased had been bit by a dog a short
time previouslY, whilb playing with. him
but the wound in one of the thumbs was
so alight that very little attention . was
paid to it. Early, in the, morning the
first symptoms of the terrible malady,
appeared, and he grew worse up -to
noon, when dmith reliefed hini of his
sufferings. He was in the employ of
the Chestnut and Walnut . Streets Rail
way Company.---:Germantown Telegraph.
fir Georgn Peabody, who'is in Wash.
ington, has paid over one million of dot
hue to a hoard of trustees, the income
of which is to b'e appropriated to all the
more deatitute*Youth of the Southern and
southwestern States, for educatiOnalimr.
poses. Miseiesippi" bonds (repudiated)
to the amount of Over a million more;
wee made over at the same time. There
will be no distinction between colored
and white youth, thus adding to the mu
illar A. marriage of a rather extraor
nary cliaracter . took place in Saginaw'
City on Saturday, January . 26th, at:the
house of Hon. P. C. Andre. Edward
J. Stark, of Greenbusb, was united to
Miss Francis Hammond, a teacher of
music, these parties never having seen
each other until the day they were mar
ried. The courting was done by mail.
It is to be hoped they will like , one
another when they become acquainted.
We see that the Bon. C:
ver, a member
.of Congress from this
State, and Mr. J. S. Austin, who were
tried on a charge of fraud in connection
with the failure of the Oil City Bank
and other matters, have been honorabli
acquitted, and - the prosecutor John Duf
field has been sentenced to pay the costs.
sfir A noted guerilla and desperado ,
named Strawbridge, .was , taken 'out of
the Danville (iKy.) jail last Wednesday
night, by a mob, and hung, in College
square. Vigilance couhrtittees are an
tive in the interior countieF, and making
short work of horse thieVes and other
Or Gov. Curtin is about to take a
trip to Europe. He goes alone, for the
benefit of his health, and will be gone
about six months.
W'' The marble statue of Hijory . cbty,
executed in Italy, by Bart, the -Ken
tucky sculptor, has reached New-York.
It will be set:up:in the Louisville court
house, on the - anniversary-of Mr. -Clay's
birth, April 12j
INT Counnndore Charlei Ste - Wart Wm
been seventy years in the American navy
having entered in 1797, and be is still
. inn of hia mantel fannilists.
Or The Washingtoii f corres pondent s
of Forney's paper of Th Isday last t Hays
"Gen. Sickles was call 'to, NrawFarki
last night by Ale atelliii;ncelif the silt
ions illness of Mrs. Sickles, and this
morning news was received of her death.
Mrs. Sickles was the daughter of Profes
sorSagi.oliorlew,,Ynrk, and,is remem
bered as one of the most brilliant and
fashionable women ever seen in Wash
ington. She was elegantly educated and
gifted with most fascinating manners ,
She was married to General Sickles very
yoang, and her first appearance here, in
the heigth of her youthful beauty daring
General Pierce's administration, will be
long remembared. Since' the 'terrible
tragedy With.which her name was tinhap
il7 connected shee has steadily excluded
herselfirom all the: circles in which she
was 'Wed°. time a, leading and welcome
participant. irhs cause of her death was
believed'to be the heart disease."
Gir A Jew named Simon S. Barry,
keeper of a cigar_store, whowas tried in
the Supreme Court at Bosten, recently,
on the charge ,of yiolating the Sunday
law by keeping hie shop open on that
day, was acquitted, the court holding
that he was not amenable for doing
business on the Christian Sabbath when
he had already kept the Jewish Sabbath.
The Jews generally, however, we believe,
are not asking or expecting so much as
this. In 'Baltimore', where there is a
large Hebrew population, they desire and
will petitibr(tor the privilege of engag
ing ia such of their occupations as may
be folloived'secidiledly on Sunday, but
no others. They have sent a memorial
to the Maryland I;egislature on the sub
.IfirThe Empress of the French some
time since accepted a gift of 178 sewing
machines from M..Goodwn, the head of
a great - manufacturingAnuse i'aris.
The Minister of the Interior, desiring to
carry out theqwishes of her-Majesty, has
addressed a - letter to the t prefects, re
questing each ~ of, them to forward the
name 'of aia suitable person's, frofirwhom
the Empress will select recipients of
those valuable instruments.' The distri
bation will be only to - private individtials
whose condition in' life will make the gift
a aaeful - one. '
A Cincinnati lawyer is in trouble,
(not-an uncommon thing-for lawyers, by
the way.) He received a letter. through
the post office stating that as he. ( the
lawyer ) had been on rather too inti.
mateterms With his (the writer's) sister,
he must either marry the young lady on
or before the lat of March, 1867,
or be prepared to die on that day, The
lawyer insists that he never saw said
sister, and that he don't want to marry,
and don't !antic) die,
ger If an anthritito fire has been left
for hours and heal:inn:it out into isshei
and a person puts on fresh coal and
nikes if cleir - of all :dust's° °as to let
the drift revive it, out it goes. But if
he puts on a little coal does' not
rake it, but just leaves it for a quarter
of an hour, then it will revive, the fresh
coal kindles, And after that to rake away
the oid d u et w ill: to make the fi r e
burn famously, and then more coal Can
G' - The continued-illness of Mr. Sen •
ator Guthrie, of'Kentucky, Who has not
been in his - seat since the commence
ment of the predent Cession. will. it is
, . .
now predicted, compel h un to resign,
and thus pave the way for the election
of ei-Senalor Lazarus W. Yowell'as his
successor. It is believed that the ex
pectation of this result induced the re
election of Garrei David. •
or A Harrisbrirg lady= closed the
open oven-doors of her-kjtchen range,
and made a fire in.said range. She left
the kitchen for a. short time S end soon
heard - a' moat fearful tumult in • that
apartment. Hurrying back she opened
the oven-doors,.whence the noise seem
ed to come, and out rushed two partially
- or The Bangor Whig says that
splendid- trout are caught this season
through We ice 'of the lakes and streams
of Maine. ;Hon. Hannibal :Hamlin and
his nephew 'went to Mt. Desert last
week, in defiance of 'cold which would
haiie .daunted an Eiquimaux, .and
bioUght home. about a sleigh laid of
these splendid fish.
Or The:Country Gentleman is in
formed, on what it considers good au
thority, that nothing ill better for with
drawing' the 'frost without injury to
frozen ears, cheeks and. fingers, than the
immediate application of kerosene—
rubbing it on gently for - a time. '
Air Five years ago, -a man escaped,
from the Ohio State Prison. A few
days ago he returned, and expressed a
desire to serve out , his term. '. Tha only
explanation even - is; that while out of
prisert he got married. It would be un
gallant to say 'anything more. -
ilkirU. S. Sena.t.or:Saulabury, of Dela,
War/1i a ,notoriaai drunkard; haikajust,
joiaddithe,Washingtori Tempbiatiee "So.
.6or There-is a greater; length olvail
waya-in)the!Unite,d-Rtatee than all other
ler A State Temperance Convention
wilt man! -
c 4l `l4—'73THE - DIAi IFMILAIN-ieg_itr;
, - 3 l. 3l. Ask o t • •
~ a J
st fro 36r1
Thit*istsiu Ligislatire, by a tlote
of 21.1tivaltlthe , S nate,sand , w ,f2)
in the Assembly, 'has condemned the
course of Senator Dolittle, and instruct
ed him to resign.
The State law parmittng ... thesale of
negroes into slavery for crime has been
abolished,by, the Maryland Legislature.'
James Gordon Bennett, JIM, 'lately
tendered his yact, Henrietta_, t 9 Prince
Alfred as a present; but the Prince
; • , • - i . • ;
The Senate ' Tenur e Officebil, l
officers without the advice and consent
of the Senate, was adopted in the House
on February 2,by,a vote of 111 yeas to
38 nays. An amendmeat, including Cab
inet officers among the others, was also ,
The. north building of the Pennsylvan
ia College at' Gettysburg was deetroyed
by fire on January 25.
A woman in Michigan asked for a
divorce: from her husband bedtimes he
refused to 'wear a moustache. •
A weeping,father who testified in a
Louisville Court, last week against his
son, for forgery, confessed that he bad
previously, paid between $15,000 and
$17,000 of his forgeries.
The citizens of Hancock-, Brooks. and
Ohio counties, -( Pan Handle,) in Neat
it.is stated, are aboutpa l peti
tion Vide Legislature to be Aisannexed
fromthat-Statei And to' become attach,
ed to Pennsylvania.. „
A sacrilegiqus wretch in Buffalo has
been detected in robbing the contribn- -,
tions of a church. He was• let off by
giving his check for $l5O.
Mrs. Major.. Williams, formerly. Ale
beautiful Mrs. Stephen A. ,Douglas
presented her liege with an
. heir th e .
anniversary day of their m arriage.,
A young man named -.Baldwin, red&
ing .at East Cleveland; was - =for some
time confined in the ;lunatic asylum
Newburg, but was sent home lately, par
tially recovered. The ether day he ,
stabbed his mother, inflicting Wounds
which will probably cause her 'd•datli.
Re has been placed tinder restraint
again. • ..
The irifant eon of officer Charles
er; of CaradSti, N. Y., died ;from Iniffoca
tion, uriddr the - following singular" air
cumbtances. It , appeard that the child
slept in the same bed with an older one,
who bechnfe"restless" during the :fight; ,,
and when' the parents ' awcik'd "die
morning, they found him lying across
thelifeless body of ths 'infant.
The Tennessee State, Senate has, re
quested 11. S. Senator Patterson (son 4n
law of President_JtAnson) to resign.
The preemble•recites "his shamefel be
trayal of the loyal Union men who gave
him their confidence:and their votes..
It is estimatedthat4the cost of clear
ing the streets of Boston of the supera-;
bundance- of snow;that >fell .during they:
two great -storms in January will amount
to at leat3t40;000: ..! .
An elderly gentletuan of-i3Oston, who
is afflicted - with' lameness, !ivaeiissisted`
into his sleigh at one 'of the horse rail_
road - stations slew diiis - sinCe, by a cou
ple of young men, isho; under the cover
of this steinYing - ftut 'of kindress; felietied
his tiocket of Vl6OO.
A body of priests,.of4hg order of San
Francisco, who emigrated to Obsta Rios
in Ncqepiber,,have been expeilpdfilap3
the country by the unanimous voice, of
the peopie, who raised ~$5,090 to pay
The. citizens of _Schenectady, N. Y.,
have organized a,"doal,olrih," : which, e
pledged - to sell all Itirids of, coal, at,o,ps
dollar lees per ton : than , the price charged
by the rooter , dealers.
The Scotch Earli•Lord.Fife; gave. Mad:
ame 'Pearls's lhonsand guineas to allow
a cast to be'taken of her leg; the Earl
died, - and this - cheriilied leg was recent
ly sold for half a croirn.
-. -The President has nominated deorge
Bancroft, tke historian, to be Collector
at Boston. in the place of Conch, reject
ed, and he will doubtless be confirmed.
The appointment .is a highly honorable
The Presidential Mansion has been
thoroughly. renovated and put in excell
ent repair at an expensncf some $40)000.
Ross Winans ; of :Baltimore, =has re
'ceiiedihe C'eritriist-tirbttild railroad ears
and locoinotivas for thisltuiSiatrgovera:
A White man in - KIM tuckir murdered
hie colored Mistreie Ail other 'ddY,. bat
explained that he ives afraid she: would
tall hie Wife of - the connection; and
tucky justiae was.eatisfied. ' .
The Lafayette (lod.) Courier repoits
a well cletined case of insanity resulting
from the use of hair dye,
The Senate by ,- a vote 0f,31 yeq,..4 to 9
naye,and tbe,ltoune„by. vote of
yeas,to 44 naye f (more tban two-thtrde
in each body) Rinsed the
-.mission' of Nebifyika, 7 .noto , ,i.s4 l stanAng
t be. Position t'.a l yato,, IhnikboLt9 mos
one of tbst Atatas,9l-tbet.4tnerOnn..TJA-
.Theaqt, "„align i tqg gplime4 . gsreons . to
ride in public conveyances has finally
gap ZEIGLER, MeffIIIRDT , #-Co., 501
liffsbinit staid, elealideliiiti. hate now
3pr B,•antlifill LIU puglia t t, asork by
1 S I kl - d hi A? ''ior k.
r. •. P. roc e t•, , an ~ •rs: &Ty E.
i Vaughan, entitled "Nyainan's work in
1 the Civil War. 6 ';lt,...will be-illstrated
with numerous fine steel engravings, by
Rithie and Sartain, and will contain 700
octavo pages, including sketches of near
ly temAundritilediee, and Brief 1.3 . 01498
of about "Emii:Hatilred Oilier's, while a
just tribute will be paid to the thousands
of namelesslierdidee, who 'sacrificed so
much togive-ald and relief to out...suffer
_The,wprk was commenced,
more than three years ago, and prepared
under - the sanction and approval - of - the -,
United States Sanitary Commission, the-
Western:t Sanitary Commission, and
Christian Commission, and will be one
of standard authority and great interest.
It will-contain an Introductory Chapter
by Dr. Bellows, :the late President of , the.,
Sanitary Commission. Agents wanted
in- every locality: to• obtain subscribers
for the work; as it can be obtained ONLY
ANEPYOAN GREATNEM-If the• Yank-v
ees have acquired the name of greAt
boastbrs they may, be - excused on the
ground of, having so much .to be proud :
of, evenan the natural• features of their,
country. The greatesteave in themorld.
is in Kentucky ; -the greatest river: ands
the largest valley in the world are the
Mississippi river and valley ; the largest
inland sea in the world is Lake Superi
or ; the greatest mass of solid iron is the_
Iron Mountain of Missoitri-; the Falls :of
Niagaraiis the greatest, cataracts -in the •
world , ; Chicago-ii the ISrgeSt.gmin port -
aadolambEir market ;• New York has' the'
largest acqueduct in the world, whiles
Pennsylvania has the largest deposits_of
anthracite, and Illinois the greatest.ex
tent of bituminous- coal , fields -in the
George Peabody's donations to
charitable and benevolent purposes, in
cluAing the liberal, provisions for the
surviving members ,of ,his, family, since
hie last visit to his native•comntry, will
amount to somelve millions of dollars.
Of course ID thill sun is 40 - 99 1 Allt*iiie
magnifiebut centriblition to the poor of
London. The'fact,that his,fast gift of
over tivii'iiiillionsTordollars shall be-idis
tributed among the entire population of
the South' and .Southwestern - States,
"without other distinction than their
needs," is a splendid refutation =of the
mischievous charge that he Vast dint.
Need to the ;Union cause throughout
W A Union man is under indictment
in Johnson County,.North. Carolina, for
stealing four pounds of meat from the so
called , Confederate States. Government
(these are vie exact worde,nsed in the
bill), and f nnless the Government inter
fere it is believed by his friends that he
will be dragged to the whipping-post.
The accused was a conscript soldier in
,the,rebel afmy, and when on duty in 1863
whlfirtiiilt starved, took" meat to keep
life in his - body, and now will have to
!suffer for aiiract not against law, bet be
cause heleand was a Union man.-
'skir Mr. William s": Webb , ship - briild_
ar hati b'enn 'Writing 'and Prititing his I'Bl
idieito - the - qunition, "What his caused
thelteacftillitig' off in I.merican ship.
blinding Z" His answer,-condensed,- is :
reereaseqn the cest'onabor-75 per
cent ;2. •:Inereave- the-eoet- of meter
to,6o - per cent..; 3. High tariff
Clii Ameripan boys will not
be`eppeentieed`to 'tradee, prEiferring
be coutiter•jumpern, or something else
that will enable - them to- live---without
bona fide work: i ,
, The Charleston Mercury, of the
Od, ultimo says that so far the law/ad
mitting negre.testimony "has been atten
ded with more than usual success. ' Tlie
coloied witnesses appeared to be : fully
impreesed with the obligations Placed
upon' their!, and their eirideiice his been
generally given with en evident desire
totell,the. whole truth and nothing but
Sr One whO knows, a Philadelphia
condUctor; says tliat to protect his feet
from cold when all the tracks are sidte'd
• • 4.
he is obliged o wear that a
oots re not
only doubled-Soled; but= that have two
thickn . eseee - or epper leather; and over
these a pair of eMethick fur-Ur:led Moe
casins, awl even then he suffer from ex.
491:9e,cptd The citycouncil
hibited,tiie use of Saltn the street.
Among the means under consid
_l3y C grilse 145 prevent•whiskey
frauds, is the confiscation of all whiskey
dffekd'for sale' at•less , than $2,00 algal-
air Wistar's • Wild : Cherry balsam
compound has become a home fixture.
Let all whb safer and have in vain at
,tempted to cure ,their coughs, colds,
bronchial or pulmonary complaints,
mpl9 use•olthis uneiluelled.reioedy. It
can be reliipf upon as' the mass of testi
.mony thp4 has bepn, Since its
introduction is ample r proof of its suffi
ear Henry Peffel, an old alderman
an4, 1 .1%,54Ya1e the war ofl.Bl2', 4 died
in Harriadri'on itooday last, aged '7B
Er PIRECITOEB TRAIT,L.—The direc
tor ' airier Ohicagoiand korthwest
ertatailioadhi thus desctibld : "It is
entirely different frouttauy car ever built
and is more like a great ocean steamer
than a car. „It is seventy feet long and
twelve feet wide, and the centre part,
where the parlor and bed rooms are Lip
fifteen feet high. Over the wheels, on
either side, is a room, twelve by twelve
feetl4nlaid with oak, cherry, walnut, and
ash, most beautifully. The sides are all
isiarntit: 'A. hall leads front' either 'roan'
toward the centre, four feet wide, and on
piper side of the hall is a bath r4oni,
and water closet. You then descend
of the same height as the parlor—this
additional height being obtained by
dropping all of the car between the
wheels as near . the ground as is safe and
practicable: From each of the bed
rooms you enter the parlor, through most
elegant walnut doors, with beautiful cat
glass. The parlor 'is twenty-four by
twelire,'fifteen , feet•liigh, most bemitiful
ly frescoed—threeground glass windows
on either side, fife - feet high and two and
a half wide—and two panels between, on
either .side,-are filled with beautiful mir
rors, from ceiling to floor, elegant Brus
sels carpet, ottomans, sofas, and easy
chairs, equal to the finest parlor in New
York,, and the beds and bedding the
finest I ever slept on, will give you a
faint - idea of this magnificent 'traveling
palace. A small car is attached to it
for a kitchen. I forgot to mention the
THINGS TO BE REMEMBERED.—Romem
ber that a printing office is no place for
idling, loafing boys, and loungers; es
pecially wlien, they are not subscribers.
Remember never to ,abuse >a Newspa
per, saying it• is- not.worth -subscribing
for, and yet never _fail to run about to
borrow the same paper to see what is
Remember when-yon do.go•into a print
ing office not toirnelt atom:Attie copy the
compositors are useing, nor look about
the gallies where type are on.
Remember when you do go into a print
ing office, to never take a lighted cigar
with you—but to walk in and . take the
chair that is offered to you, and read the
Papers about (if any there ba.)
Remember all this and editor, compos
itor, nor devil will frown on you.
How TO, CLEAN OFF SNOW.—The. BDOW
may be , easily-softened and cleaned from
pavements and- yards; 'even - when it is
hard frozen 'and trampled down, by
sprinkling common table or fish salt over
it. In ten, or• fifteen minutes it will be
soft and may be swept off with a stiff
broom. We have seen it tried frequent
ly. Five cents worth of salt will be
enough for the pavement in front of any
house, and fifteen minutes after reading
this YOU may - clean , up in front of the
hone(); and Perhape save your neighbors
a severe fall on the slippery walkway.
How To . riu•lircw...=-Nothing is more
easy, Stiys Mr. .Paulding, than to grow
rich. It i&only4o;trnstlnobody ;to -be
frienihnone ; to:-get , everything and - tave
ati we - :get ;-•to stint ourselveund , every ,
body•Welonging-to vs ; -to .be the friend ,
of no man, and to have no man for your
friend.; -to heap interest upon• interest,
cent upon cent ; „to be mean, - miserable
and despised, for - some , twenty -or ,thirty
yearsoand• riches will- come as, sure •as
diaease and ,disappointment: •
far A. meersehaum.pipe, manufactured
in America, and to, he sent to the Paris
Exhibition, is on exhibition•in ,a neigh :
boring,city. It is, eleven,„inchsts,,in
length and the amber mouthpiece•eight
inches-injength and two I . incheerthick.
The carving on the trunk represents the
meeting, of Macbeth and Banquo with
therwitches, en4their.way from the battle
field, The figures and -horses are four
inches., in ,heigth. Surmounting the
bowl: Shakspeare is seated in .a - chair,
looking down upon the:scene.
jar - Madame de Teschenberg, wife of
the principal editor of the Vienna Ga
zette had just supped gaily at a ball
one evening, and was, about to depart,
when a waltz striking up she told her
husband she would just take three turns
before going. Bnt after the first round
she•requested her'partnei to • stop, and
althost immediately expired.
eir The , turning doirn of a wick of
kerosene lamp, for the purpose of leav
ing a low flame on going to ,bed, on
`leaving the room of an evening, is high
ly. unsafe. The low flame 'generatrei a
poisonons al! in the room, different from
but quite as, bad, if not worse in its ef
fects, than gas from a coal stove.
gar A youth of Detroit, an inveterate
smoker, loa'ded his Meeischaum with
logse tnbacco from his pocket and tip
plied a match. A terrific explosion fol
lowed. Fortunately, be was not - 11010,
but lived to realiie that he -had
put,seveial ol cartridges with
the tobacco in the pipe.
tir A gentleman gave a $25,000 priut
the'Loiadoit Telegraph, and
eefit 'With the gift a lettei id" Which lie
said :'"ln your paper, by judicious ed
;adieing; have inlasied` fditUng
which enables ' me to offer this testiboily
C. 4 T.4RliNi
WHY SUFFER WITH.
IS_DiiiiiGEROUS AND LOATIIVIIIa
WHEN IT CAN BE CURED AND
ENTIRELY ERADICATED FROJf
THE SYSTEM BY THE USE OF
LIQUID CATARRH ItElllsol
CATARRRA iLL SURELY RESULT iN
UNLESS CHECKED IN ITS INCIPIEN:`
IT NEVER FAILS!
Cure warranted if directions are joilatred,
SINGLE BOTTLES WI LI LAST A MOMI
COLD IN THE HEAD
Relieved h a few miuutes.
BAD BRE ATH
Caused by offensive secglicois.
Caused by Catarrhal acetic:A.
SENSE OF SMELL
When lessened or destroytd.
DEA. FN ESS
When caused by Caiarrhal difficulties. All
are cured by this remedy,
Are more frequently than otherwise tamed
by a thiek, slimy mucous, falling from the head,
especially during the night, and resulting front
Catarrh, and .are cured by
LIQVID , CATARRII REMEDY!
The Symptoms ofTatarrh are at first very
slight. Persons find that they have a cold,
that they have frequent attacks, and are more
sensitive to the changes of temperature. In
this condition the nose may be dry, or a alight
discharge, thin and acrid, afterwards thick and
adhesive,- may ensue.
As tste disease becomes chronic, the diEhrie
gee are increased in quantity and changed in
quality • they are now thick and heavy, sod
are hawked or coughed off. fhe secretions
are offensive, causing a bad-breath ; the voice
thick and nasal ; the eyes are v eak ; the sense
of smell is lessened or destroyed ; deafness frc
quently takes place.
Another common, and -important symptom
of Ca tairh'is,sthist the person is obliged to
clear his throat iii the morning of a suck or
w henwthich has
falle n istakesfro pimtabeeeh,ead
person. may be earn that his disease is ots
way to the lunge, and should lose DO timen in
The above are but few of the moue Catarrh
al symPtorne. Write to our Laboratory for
ours phimphlet describing fully all symptoms
it will be sent FREE to any address. Also
directions where to procure the medicie.
We are receiving letters from all parts
the Union, and- also numerous testimonial!
" froth those using it, bearing the evidence 0/
its infallible merits.
11:2 - This remedy contains no MINERA L
or POISONOUS I NGREDIENTS, butis p ". !:
pared from vegetable extracts EXCLUSI:
LY; therefore it is PERFECTLY HA"'
LESS,`even to the most tender and definite
CALL FOR SEELYE'S CATARRH RE:il•
EDY, and take no other. If not sold by drug_
gisiii in yOUr vicinity, they will order it for
you. Price $2.00 Ler bottle.
ra- All persons suffering with any affeotio n
of the Head, Throat or Lungs, should wr
once "for our pamphlet fully describing all
symptoms pertaining to the above diseases.
It will be sent free to any address.
- . Annaass
Ds. D. H. SEELYE CO.,
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r neßsO BtODu,
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