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Poetry.
[From the Indianola (Tex.) Times.]
A DIRGE.
COMPARED BY A GIRL FOURTEEN YEANS OLD.
... Toll for the Eculh
- A reqninm rid and (low (
Toll for lei noble aciii, '
Who lie Id death bo low,
Toll lor the hopes
Of her living, breathing or.ei ;
For their sky Is drk at miJuif ht,
- Not a Ingle aUr Mimes.
A rroed soldiers thread her clioa,
And martini musio rirgn.
Where once wn peace and quiet
Wheifl should berucied thl igi.
Iler chieftain pines in prison,
Anil her people are kept down
By flisbi n g northern bayonets
And Abolition frowns
Toll, toll, toll,
A rcquiom Bid and flow ;
Toll.for tbe hippy homes
That lie in ruii a now ;
Toll for the south em hearts
That once beat high with pride,
Tho lamp that lit them onward,
Flivker'd and then died.
EUDORA.
Political.
SPEECH OF
HON. C. L. VALLANDIGHAM.
DELIVERED AT THE
Democratic State Convention held
at Columbus on the 24th ult.
' Mr. Vallandighau, an being introduced
to the Convention, said ;
Mb. PnEEIDENT AND FuLLOW-ClTIZENS :
I thbuk you for this kindly reception,
though you seem to be opinion quite the
opposite. A newspaper in Cincinnati, in
the interest of our common enemies, is
greatly vexed ihatVallanriighnm will persist
in attending Democratic Conventions, and
that Democrat will persist in recognizing
him as s Democrat in good standing. I
don't know ihnt it is a matter of any possi
ble concern to me. So long as certificates
from the Secretary of Democratic Conven
tions will cany men home on the railroads,
and so long as Democratic Conventions con
tinue to be held, I will probably persist in
Biienuing i lie in, mini, prrnaps, j am as old
in the ranks es our friend Larwill, who al
ter 'd the first Democratic State Conven
tion held in Ohio. We have done a glori
ous work to day. The platform endorses
the time-honored principles of the party,
and declares ihe determined purpose to ad
here to them in the present as in the past.
Tne. ticket is composed of men who are up
to the Jeffersonian standard and attached to
the Constitution, and if we do not succeed
in the coming election in making that ticket
triumphant, we will at least so far fain, as
to insure successin 1867. We said to those
who were confident of success in 1865, (be
cause it is for the Democratic party to deal
candidly and fairly with the p ople.) we
cannot perhaps overcome the 60 0U0 uujor
ity in 1864' but we can at leist reduce it
one-half'. . We went to work with all ener
gy, commenced with the determination of
those who believed they were right. The
result was commensurate with our antici
pations. We reduced the majority of our
opponents from 60,000 to 30,000. Some
think we ought to hold out the idea of ab
solute success. I only promise that we
may succeed. But at any rale we propose
to reduce that majority down to 10,000 at
the very least. I proclaim that to restore
those Slates, which are excluded from par
ticipation in the Union, notwithstanding
the heavy n ajority that has been against us
in this Slate, which some here seem to think,
and others elsewhere are led to believe, can
not be tv.rcome, that we will send fro.n
seven to eight, and perhaps twelve Repre
sentative instead of two next fall. I prom
ise what 1 believe, no more. I truly be
lieve it will be done. It is important to
carry our State ticket for the sake of the
principles. But just now the essential thing
most needful is a majority in the 40th Con
gress that the excluded States may brought
back again, and reinstated in all their rights
under the Constitution ; thnt those States
may shine again in the glorious galaxy ex
tending from the Atlantic to the Pacific.
We have proved the experiment of free gjv
ernment ; or raiher we are now battling for
the establishment of free government, which
will stand out in history all the more grand
for the ordeal through which it is passing.
It is possible that the No.-th American con
tinent will in future embrace one hundred
States, instead ot the thirteen original Col
onies which founded this Government. The
Democratic party did this, and I believe the
mission of that party is to go on to increase
the number of (hose States.
Allusinu is made iu the platform to day
to the determination of the party to adhere
to the organization . Why T Because there
ere those who proclaim that this party is to
pass away. I beg their pardon. It is not
going to do anything of the kind. The
party that has gone through the ordeal that
tbe Democratic party has in the last five
yens unbroken in its ranks, will endure,
and is bound to triumph again. He speaks
as a fool speaks who talks of disbanding
this party and substituting- another Dime, or
yielding a solitary principle that our fathers
have recognized as fundamental in our Gov
ernment. It cannot be done. Need I point
to any better evidence than the scenes we
have witnessed here to day ? But a little
while ago, it was at the peril of the live? of
tbe most of us to go to a Convention. In
railroad cars, at hotels, in the streets, we
held our lives in ou' hands. Heavily arm
ed, tepresentatives of the Democracy were
obliged to come here. They had a right to
come, and they vindicated-that right. We
are subjected to no contumely now. It is
no longer necessary for Democratic repre
tatives to come here prepared to vindicate
their right to meet. There is now no Ad
jninstration to authorize and permit any
such proceedings. Providence has inter
fered to protect this country from the mad
Ecbemes of those who thought they had the
power in their own hands. The loyal press
had said Piovidence had removed A braham
Lincoln that he might be replaced by a man
made of sterner stuff. I cannot say to what
extent we propose to endorse the President,
who is not of our making. We agree with
him on the great question in regard to the
bringing back of those excluded States.
The Democratic pari r, with an unselfish
ness which does it konor and will make it
stand forever, resolved cordially and aotive
ly to support him in his policy in this re
gard, it is our duty to give him, not a
mere pass ive, but a determined and aggres
sive support. The Democratic party is pre
pared to staud or fall upon that issue. I
know it has been said by some the Demo
cratic party is in too great haste, 1t is too
credulous, it is over-Confident. 1 appeal to
to the lacts of the last year. I appeal to
the acts of the President not merely to
w hat he has said, but to what he has done,
The Democratic party understands itself.
The President comprehends his principles.
It is said by the Republican party that the
President is going over to the Copperheads.
Who are tl.e Copperheads P They are the
men w ho, amid contumely, amid exile, amid
reproaches showered upon them, stood fast
by the prkciples of the Constitution and to
liberty.
The men who in Rome remaiued true to
the grand old Republic when tyranny was
usurping the power, were copperheads. The
men who loved liberty in Europe Tell in
Switzerland, Bruce in Scotland, ond Hamp
ton in England, were copperheads. Adams
and Jefferson a..d the men who bore the
American flag in the face of the tyrants of
George III, were copperheads. And we
are their lineal descendants. I have no re
spect for the men who shrink from being
called copperheads. For myself, I am a
copperhead, and I glery in it. It is identi
fied with the content of the last five years
for the rights of the States, for liberty, and
for the rights of the w hite people of Ameri
ca. It is a.i honorable epithet. This is a
fight between the Republicans and the
Democratic party. The Union party has
past cut of existence. Republicans will be
procuring certificates in less than ten years
that they were the original copperheads.
We don't propese to be swallowed up b.v
the President nor the President does not
by tlie Copperheads. He has not come
over to the copperheads. It would be very
gratifying to the Republicans to see the
C'oppeihea Is united, but we don't intend to
take oflke from the President. We intend
to ha e all the offices after the 4th of March,
1869. It is the right of the President, and
we acceed to it, to seek men who supported
him originally, and put them into office,
He could gain nothing by appointing Cop
perheads to office. Our support of him U
the most honest that any party ever render
ed to any President. The Democrats sus
tain Johnson as partisans as well as patri
ots, but in this support for the President for
whom we did not vote, we limited our sup
port to a particular question in which the
whole country is inte.ested, and upon which
the safety and interest of the country de
pend. We render him en unselfish support.
We not only ask no office, but will accept
of none. In Ihe prseent condition of things,
I will sign no recommendation for any
De-nocrat for any office. The President of
this Convention and the gentlemen who
addressed this Convention this afternoon,
and the one who bears that odious name
which the humble individual who addresses
you bears, w II go as far in the White House
as that of 'I had Jens Stevens.
A few weeks ago the dominant party in
Congress succeeded, by two-thirds of two
thirds of that body, a thing not contempla
ted in the Constitution, in passing the
Civil Right's bill over the President's veto.
They doubtless would have attempted to
impeach him not in the Constitutional
sense of that woid, for Ihe House of Repre
sentotive and Senate as now constituted , has
no power of impeachment. Two-thirds of
the whole Senate must unite to remove the
President. The, Constitution proclaims that
the Senate shall consist of two Senators
from each State ; but the eleven Southern
States are unrepresented. They had the
pow?ra little while ago, but failed to exer
cise it. They may again get the power,
and they nre struggling for it. We are first
to have an appeal to the people of the Uni
ted States, and every means is being used
in Washingtuu and elsewhere to succeed in
Ihe next Congressional election. In the
men time the Senate is not to adjourn. And
w hen, in December next, if this party suc
ceed in carrying tho Congressional elec
tions, I proclaim that it is the purpose of
this so-called Congress to depose the Presi
dent, and place the Chief Justice of the Ui i
ted Stales in his place- Already a bill
is pending in the House, to be brought for
ward at tne proper lime, to make the Chief
Justice President in case of the disability
of a President who was originally elected
Vice Piesident. The appeal is first to be
made to the people at Ihe election, and then
will follow the rest of the programme to
impeaeh, unconstitutionally, in other words,
to drive Andrew Johnson from his office.
This is the echeme of the infernal Thugs in
the so-called Congress.
If the Democratic party, and those who
support the President, shall succeed in car
rying the Congressional elections, the coun
try is safe, otherwiie. it is lost. Chase will
become President by action of Congress,
will be elected in 1867, and re-elected in
1868, and be succeeded by legitimate de
scendants es heirs to the Imperial Republic
of A merica. But Johnson is not to be driven
as long as he remains President. He will
refer all the acts of the so-called Congress
to the Supieme Court of the United States,
and unless somebody puts some of iu mem
bers out of the way, those acts will be pro
nounced unconstitutional, and time will be
gained for a further appeal to the people. I
believe the President will not attempt any
violent measures to drive the men from the
Capitol, though I think he would be justi
fied in doing so, for they are not a Const i
Iu tirnal Congress ,- they are but usurpers.
Our remedy . however, Is vet a Deaceful one.
We accept the appeal to tbe people, but if
oeiore us result is known, or after that
lime, they should, after Ihe form of im
peachm ent, attempt to depose the President',
I say he would be justified in bringing the
whole pow er of the army and navy of the
United Stales to prevent it. Great cheers
He has no tight to inaugurate revolution,
but he has the right, ad I believe be will ex
ercise it, to defend himself in the occupan
cy of his office. He received a Constitu
tional majority, was lawfully elected, and
has a legitimate right to be President until
the 4lh of March, 1869.
I would say to the President Let them
go in, and let us make our appeal to the
people, and only in tbe contingency of their
attempting to depose you from the high of
fice in which you represent thirty-five States,
and the forty-eight counties designated as
West Virginia, while they represent only
two-thirds of the people, would you advise
resistance. Veto their measures, exercise
the legitimate functions of your office, carry
out the functions of your office, accept the
support of two millions of honest Union
men, and maintain the Constitution,
Do yon want revolution 1 I know that (he
hnnun nature in our bosorai calls more or less
loodly fur what li styled revenge. I do not de
ny It in myeeir; and, 1 think, you will agree
(hat I have some cause foi It; bat at the same
time I say as one w ha loves the Constitution
and liberty -as one w be would leek peace at all
times, that I would evoH revolution. We have
six montfes In which to avert this terrib'e ca
lamity. With thefr defeat, the relative potlt'ons of
the Democratio and Republican partlei would
be reversed. If there should be any arbitrary ar
rests, we would make them ; if there should be.
martial law, we would proclaim it ; It any Mil
itary CtamnilMione organized, we would organ
ize them ; if Camp Chafe were to he reopened,
Republicans and not Democrats would pace
through its portals, li any body were to he
tried by a Miilitary Commission, sod sentenced
to Fort Warren, or sent aoroes the lines, . and
into foreign lands, it would not be the gentle
man who addresses you.
I deiire peace in this land, as tho first wish of
ny heart, and it is my duty to put forth the
most strenuous efforu to aocure a majority in
the House of Representatives, and, if possible,
in the Senate of tho next Congress.
1 have said whi t we can do in Ohio, and, If
other fiutes will do as well, we will prevent
the cataarophe. Old men ever eeme together in
auob numbers, and with such harmony, as has
this Convention to-day f Mot in ten years have
I seon written epon every cheek, sparl lng in
every eye, aud beaming on every oounenaoce,
the omen of approaching viotory so plainly In
dicated If we aro beaten, it will.be our own
fault. Raving accepted and borne the issues
of the past four years, we have become a Mace
donian phalanx, bearing (he whole Union flag
In out hands, and proclaiming, "By that sign
will we conquer."
When we shall have attained political power,
in Ohio, the youngest in this house will not see
tho day when that power shall dopart from ne.
It Ij not forthe spoils of oUlco, but for (he sake
ef principles, thai, we maintain tho Democratio
organization. Had ws been tockir.g the for
mer, the history of the past five years would be
very different trom what it is, for ws would all
have gone over and become reolpiont ofpub io
patronage. Why, you. Mr. President, might
havo been a Maior General ; eye, with your
earnestness and vigor yon might have even
become a Lieutenant-Oeneral ; and, if yon had
secured favor in Washington, you mighl havt
been a Butler, and stolen a million, but I wrong
yon ; for if you had been the solo occupant of
tho Treasury Department, tbe public funds
would havo been safe. We might havo owned
all the banks and handled all the Greenbacks ,
bui as we did not, if does not become our ene
mies to charge us with impure motives.
I have now briefly, and without premodita
tton,spoken onwmeof tho eubieots to which
your attention must be directed. My desire is
to reach the bonds and hearts of the people, and
I propose to continns on the stump till victory
perches on our banners. Cheers.
Dr. J. S. STRONG,
DEUGGIST,
Hulberts Cor Opposite Court-house,
McARTHUIt, OHIO,
DEALER 1M
Drugs, Medicines,
and Chemicals,
FINE TOIL T SOArS,
FINE 1IAIB & TOOTH BKUSIIE
PERFUMERY,
MISSES Supporters, aid Shoulder Braces,
G lans, Putty, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, and
Dye Stuffs, eto., Patent Medicines of every va
rioty. Paper, Pencils, Ports Monies. Porte Fo
lios, Envelopes and a general varioty of fancy
articlos.
ALSO
WATCHES,
AND
jewelry!
N. B. Physicions Prescriptions carefully
compounded and orders corrcotly answered:
Medicines warranted genuine and of the best
quality. April 26, '.366tf
FURNITURE 1
FURNITURE !
W
E call the attention of tne oitlsent o
Vinton county, to the
NEW FIRM
OF
Wyckoff & Kaler's
NEW CABINET SHOP,
IT TDK OLD STAND OF
Spraguc & Wyckoff, McArthur, O.
Where fhey keep on hand evsry variety of fur
niture, consisting of
Bureaus,
Bedsteads,
Chairs,
Cribs,
Safes,
Stands.
Tables,
And every thing in the furniture line:
Which they will sell oheaper than the cheap
est. Coffins alwsys on hand and sold twenty-
men t In the Btats of Ohio. Also, window Sash
ua duu iwr bus iow 'or cssn. ian. is-em
B
LANKS of every deeeriptloa. tor h1
i wis omce, -
GREAT REDUCTION
JP HI ICES
FASHIONABLE MJLLINFRY I
IK s. li hit:
KECEIVING and OPENING
MILLINERY GOODS
OF
LATEST STYLE,
FOB
THE SPRING OF 1866,
ALL OF WHICH
WERE BOUGHT
AT TUB
VERY LOWEST RATES
AJfD
f r
She .Will Positively Sell
THAN ANT
Other Establishment
IN TAB
COUNTY.
CALL AND SEE
BEFORE BUYING
AT VMS
OLD STAND,
Nearly "opposite Dr. Wolf's on Main Street,
mcb29tfo
Hardware Store.
JOS. DODDRIDGE A SON,
DIALER IK ILL KINDS OF
HARDWARE
AND
CUTLERY,
One door east of O. IF. Siuon't Drvg Store,
McArthur, Ohio,
WILL KEEP ON HAND, AT
all tiroes,
Iron and Nails of all Tcinds,
Axes and Hatchets,
Chisels, Saws,
Table and Pocket Cutlery,
Saddlery Mounting and
Ger tiring, Door Knobs,
Butts, Screiv3 and
Door Fastenings,
Strap Hinges, Cabinet
and Cooper Tools,
Popes, Oil Carpet,
and all hinds of
Farming Implements.
DR. J. DODDRIDGE & BON,
mayl0m3 MoArthur, Ohio.
CONFIDENTIAL.
CIRIaT combined tales tot
T Eurnne and AmArW m
the men to consult : Ore. Bon-
narfA Jtr PammaU. a . ton
in the city where a permanent ours of private
Diseases can be had withont the nso of muroury
or ehsrtge of diet. We guarantee to cure Uonur
kosa, Glee, Syphilis, Impotency, Nocturnal
Emissions, or Self-Abuse, Dlurnsl Emissions,
Female complaints, in short, every possible
form and variety of Sexual Disease. Cures
rapid, th ough and permanent, and fees mode
rato. Come one Come all.
Gbiat judical, ciboulab sent for two S cent
stamps
FsiKcn afss A sure preventative to disease.
Price. $1 each, or three for 2, or $7 per dosen.
Sent by mail.
Dr. B.'s Invigorating Llnlm jnt, Price. 3 00
per botle.
Gbiat worn on fbivati siuasks, th scidi
to health, is beneficial to all, mala and fomalo
the old and young, should read this book. It
will enlighten those who grope ia darkness.
PrioejSSc by mail, mountain of light one dollar.
N. B. To tdb iadbs. No Lady should be
without Mod. Losierw Female Monthly Pills
safe and eflectual remedy for all irregularities
and obstruction, from whatever oanse. Prioe
one dollar a box; extra line fiva dollars. Cura
munications by mall entirely , onfldential. No
letters will ba answered unions they contain a
remltUnoe or! a pestajre stamp. Call or address.
DBS. BONAPARTE REYNOLDS.
181 Syaamora St., bet. Fifth and Sixth, eaa sids
Cinoinnal. O. Offloe hours, A. M. to 9 P. M:
P. O . Box I8S. '
JOB PRINTIRQ executed with neatness and
dispatoh at ihe Rxooin office, Bratton's
Bo lding, n dotr tut of Court House, fir
ittirs.) .
ILSreiief
GREAT IMPROVEMENTS
IN
SEWING MACHINES
aUiupjrc Shuttle Machine.
Salesroom, 536 Broadway N. Y. 250
Washington St. Boston. 921 Chtstnuii St.,
Fhiladcphia.
r HIS MACHINE, Isconatrucled on entirely
new principles of mecbanlim, possessing
many rare and valuablo improvements, having
ucen examined by tbe most profound expeits,
and pronounnod to ba
BIMFLICM Y AND PERFECTION
COMBINED.
It has a straight needle, poipendlcnlar sol lor,
makes the "Lock or Shuttle Sticb,' which will
Nsitheb Rir nor Ravil, and is alika on both
fidos; performs perfect sewing on every des. rip
tion of material, from Leather to the finest Kan
sook Muslino, with cotton , linen or ill k thrc sd,
from the ooarsest to the finaat nnmber.
Having noither Cam nor Cos Wuiil. and ihe
leant poseiblo friction, it runs u smooth as
glass, ana is empnaeicany a
NOISELESS MACHINE!
I' requires Fifty fir cent. Lt.es rowis to
drive it then any othor machine in tha market,
a girl eleven years of age can work it steadily,
without futieue or iniurv to health.
? Its strength sad wondebfoi, siiiflioitt of.
construction, ronucrs it almost impossible to
get out of order, and it ocarbantid by the
comranr to eive entire satisfaction.
We respectfully invito all those who may do
sire to supply themselvos alth a superior arti
cle to como and examine tula HNB1YALL4D 11a
chine. . One half hours instrnctlon is sufficient. L
enablo sny person to work this machine U.
thtlrentire satisfaction.
Relioious and Charitable institutions will
be liberally dealt with
Asxnts Wanted for all towns In the United
States whore Agents sto not alreadt established
Also, for uu'ja. Mexico, central and Honth
Amerloh, to whom a liberal discount will be
given.
No consignment made at all. Address
Empire Sewing Machine Mi'g
Company,
a. o. BROADWAY N.T:
Principle Agencies Established: Pittsburg;
l'.rnest ABtneim Baltimore, inos. ctnsnks.
1 1 r l. .. i ! .. ur Air ti.o 1. 11 . tt .
if iivumig, n . v a. it. ij; oinivu AJrv.
clnnati, O. Mather & Wilson
November 80th IS6I1 lyr
THE
From the New York Ilerild
Prominent emong the mechanical tri
umphs of this most ingenious age, com
mon honesty compels ua to notice the Em
pire Sewintr Machine, commended as just
ly styled peilection itself. Useful as have
been the various sewing machines, from
time to time presented to the public, each
one of them nas been cursed with some
radical defect, which detracts from general
utility. Warned by the experience of his
predecessors, the inventor of the Empire
Machine has produced an instrument, com
bmiiijr all the advantages for which others
are vaunted, and obviating every defect
which can be attributed to them by the
most last ui ious critic.
The Empire Macnine is a marvellous com
bination of simplicity, economy and perfect
worKmanship, being durable, Iree froma li
bility to get out of order, noiseless., andea
sy of operation. Its mechanical contii
vance is such as to secure stability, free
dom from accident, and accuracy as to
workmanship. By the ue of the patented
snuttie ann straigtit needle, if makes 1
stitch, which can neither rip nor ravel
while, at the samo time, it can operate
perfectly upon every species of material
from leather to cambric, with threads of
cotton, linen or silk, fiom the finest to the
coarsest number
As the Empire Machine Is gradually
supplanting its more antique rivals, no
one In want of a more uselul iestrument
of this description, be he or she tailor
coachmaker, dressmaker or seamstress, car)
dn otherwise than seeure of these econom
ical and inimitable machines, suited alike
for family and manufacturing purposes.
The office of the Empire Manufacturing
Co. is at No. 536 Broadway, New York
City, where they are now supplying thes
Empire Machines at prices lar below th.
icmiDiue ui wr iiiuuiucin. -now lur
Herald.
November 30 l865-ly
HACHHR
Diaito f o:ltg.
dfAtr fiat a ah Jb
PIANO FORtE
M ALN Ur AuiUlCEKo,
499 Broadway, lcwYork.
The attention of the Public and the trade
is invited to out New Scale 7 OCTAVE
ROSE WOOD PIANO FORTES, which
for volume and purity of tone are unrivall
ed, by any hitherto ffoeud in this market,
They contain ell the modern improvements
French, Grand Action, Harp Pedal, Iron
Frame overstrung Bass etc. and each instru
ment being made the personal, supervision
of Mr. J. H. Gboveetees who has has
practical experience of over 35 years in their
manufacture Is fully warranted in every par
ticular.
Tha 'Groveeteen . Piano Fortes" re
ceived tho award of merit over all
others at the celebrated Worlds
Fair,
Where were exhibited instruments frem
the best makers of London, Paris. Germany
Philadelphia. Baltimore. Boston and New
York:' and also at the American Instutute
for Ave successive years, the gold and silver
medals from both of which can be seen at
our ware-room
By the interoduclion of improvements we
make a still more perfect Piano Forte; and
by manufacturing largely, with a stricily
casn system, areenaDied to oner these in
struments at a price which will preclude ill
competition
Pbice-No . 1, Seven Octave, round corners
Kwewood plain case 1275.
No. 3, Seven Octave, round corner,
Rosewood heavv'mouldlnz 8300-
No, 3, Seven Octave round corners
Koseuood Louis XIV style 325
Term: Net Cash inCorren Eunds,
UESUKimVE ClKUULAKa SUN L
FREE.
Dec. 7ih 1865 lyr a, a c,
unwARn AsnrHATinNi
PHILADELPHIA PA.
DISEASES OF THE URINARY AND
SEXUAL SYSTEMS new and relia
ble treatment. Also the BRIDAL CHAM
BER, an Essay of Warning and Induction
Sent by mail in sealed envelopes, free
charge. Address, Dr. J, SKILL IN
HOUGHTON, Howard Association, No.
a South Ninth street, Philadelphia. Pa. .
Oct. 13th 1865 lyt.
f ' '..;:$ttii;cal.
a
HELM BOLD.es
EXTRACT BUCHtl
HELMB OLD'S BUCHU. "
HELMtOLDTS BUCHU.
HELMB OLD'S BUCHU..
The Only Known Remedy
-FOR-
DIABETES.
IRRITATION OF THE NECKIOF THE
BLADDER, INFLAMMATION OF
THE KIDNEYS. CATARRH OF
THE BLADDER. STRAN
GUARY OR PAINFUL
URINATING. .
FOR these diseases ltis truly sovereign Mm
edy, and too much can not be paid in it
fraise. A single dose hss been known to re
ievsthomos urgent symtoms.
Are you troubled with that dlstresrint: psln Id
the small of the back and through the bipst A
teaapoonful a day of Uclmbold's fiuehu will re
lieve you.
PHYSICIANS AND OTHERS
PLEASE NOTICE.. . '
I make no socrst ef ingredien's. Ilolmbold'e
Extract Buchn ia compote J of Buch Cnbabt,
and Juniper, Borries, selected with great eare,
prepared in vscuo and secording to rules ef
PHARMACY AND CHEMISTRY
Theke hgTcdiont are known si tho most vaV-
uable Diuretics 'atTurdod
A DIURETIC
. . -
I4 that which acU upon the kUneyi
OELMBCD'S EXTRACT f BUCilU
ACTS GENTLY, v
Is pleAsant in tasto and odor, froe from sll lnja
rious properties, snd imraediste in its action. ,
FOB THE . 8ATIEFACTI0N Of ALL,
See Modioli properties contained In Dispense
toiy of the U. S., of which the following is a or
rcct copy :
"Btjohc Its odor Is strong, dirTuslvs and
somewhat aromatic, its taste bitterish and anal
ogous t) that of mint. It is given, chelfly la
complaints of the Urinary Organs, suefi as
Or&vol, C'bronio Catarrh of the bh.dder and
Urethra; DUeases of tbe prostrate: and Reten
tion or ho Incontinence of Urine, from a loss
of tone in the parts concerned in ItsevocHation.
It has also been recommended in Dyspepsia,
Chronlo Kheumatism, Cutaneus affections, and
Dropsy."
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION
Fee Professor Dowece' valuable werk on tke
practice of physio.
8ee the remarks made by the celebrated Br.
Physio, of Philadelphia.
6ee ary aud all standard works oa Ucdlolae,
LARGEST
MANUFACTURING CHEMIST
IN TIIE WORLD.
I am acquainted with H. T. Helmbold J ha
occupied the drug store opposite my residenoe,
snd was successful in conducting tbe buslneaa
where others had not been equally so before
him. I have been favorably impressed with kia
character and enterprise.
Wlf. WlIOnTHAX,
(Firm of Powers & Weightmen,)
Manufacturing Chemists,
Ninth snd Brown St., Phils.
From the Phils. Even'g Bulletin, Maroh 10th. 1
We are gratified to hear of the continued sne
ceBs in New York, of our townsman, Mr. II. T.
Helmbold, Druggists. His store, next to the
Metropolitan Hotel, is ' 23 feet front, 280 feel
deep, and five Btories in height. It is certainly
a grand establishment! and speaks favorably of
the nior'tts of his articles. He returns hlsomea
and laboratory to this city, whieh are also model
establishments of their class.
The proprietor has boon induced to make this
Ntatement from the fact that hai remedies, al
though advertised, are
GENUINE PREPARATIONS
And knowing that the Intelligent reft-ala
from using anything pertaining to quackery or
the Patent Medicine order mos of whioh are
prepared by self-siyled Doctors, who are to g
norant to re id a physician's simplest prescrlp
tiou, much less competent to prepaie phanne
cential preparations,
THESE PARTIES RESORT
to various means of effecting sails, such as esp
ying parts of advertisements of popular rem
edies, and finish' ng with certificates.
Thi Science of Medicine stands imple,pure,
and majestio, having fact for its basis, indaotloa
for its pillar, truth alone for its capital.
A WORLD OF CAUTION.
Ilajlth is most important, and the emitted
honld not nse an advertised medicine, or any
remedy, nnlers its contents or ingredient am
known to othors beside the manufacturer, or
until they are satisfied of the qualifications ef
tha party so offering.
HELMBOLD'S
GENUINE PREPARATIONS
FLUID EXTRACT BUBHU,
FLUID EXTRACT SARSPARILLA
AND IMPROVED ROSE WASH
Establsbed upwards of 16 years.
Preuared by H.T. KELMROT.D. '
nimiPLE depot. ;,r
TTTM If DAT f I CI TlTiVTs ,wt m r
. . WAREHOUSE, 694 Broadway, N.Y
And HELMBOLD'S MEDICAL DEPOT
104 South Teutb St. Philadelphia Pa. ;
SOLD BYaIL DRUGGISTS,
Kevembet l.','.16SS- ly.

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