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Poetry.
MATTERS MATRIMONIAL.
"A mte mite !" a maldrn cried, .
One pleasant summer's day,
When, with her lover by her side,
They joined In rival play
In rival play in glorious chess,
, The noblest of all gumes,
Whose Ivory images possess
Such very loyal names.
'A mate a mate 1" she wildly said,
As with impetuous haste,
Her queen across the board she sped,
' And by his monarch placed.
So continent she seemed to be,
Such boldness in her aidn,
He did not for a moment eeo
Ills king could take her queen.
MA mate a mate 1" at last he cried :
" "Yes, 'tis a mate, I see,
But only such, my darling pride,
As I would have from tliee 1"
He said, and round her lovely form
His manly arm he pressed, -Till
she unto his passion warm b
An answering love confessed.
"A mate a mate !' young Cupid saug,
As through the room he flew.
"This may be chess, but yet, I guess,
'Tls nothing very new.
The olden game, whate'er its name,
Is still the same, I see.
When woman sweet and man compete
There's sure a mate to be 1"
MATTERS MATRIMONIAL. Miscellaneous.
A LIVE YANKEE IN LONDON.
BY GEORGE W. BURGAY.
A live Ysukee, from the Grfen Mountains
of Vermont, visited the city of London.
While piBsing through one of the principal
thoroughfares of trade and travel, his at
tention was suddenly arrested by some
beautiful specimens of writing paper, ex
posed for sal at a shop window. Seeing
the proprietor of the establishment sta:idini
at the door, the Yankee civilly inquired ol
him what he did with ' them nice bit of
paper V
We keep them to tie up oafs sepd in,'
said the cockney, snappishly.
'O.ve du du jre?' said Jonathan, while
he looked as though he was Inventing t
trick with whicn he intended to pay off the
impertinent cockney in his own coin.
Passing dovn the street a few s'eps, our in
dignant Yankee saw another merchant, who
was not only an Englishman, but a gentle
man also.
'I say, mister, can you tell me what that
feller duz for a livin 'what kteps them ere
nice bits of paper at the winder ?'
'Yes, sir, he is a small dealer in paper, and
a tort of a scribe. He writes letters for
Ihose persons who desire assistance '
'1 reckon he is a very shall dealer, and
that be is a phasibek as well as a fcribe.
Do re think he'd write a letter for me if I
pay him for it f
'Certainly he will, and jump at I he chance.
That is hi principal occupation.'
The Yankee thrust his hands (I might
add arms) into his pockets almost up to his
elbows, lor he felt the sting in the waspish
words uttered by the paper dealer, and
walked back to the shop where he had been
to rudely treated.
'1 say, mister, they say as how you sell
paper and write letters lor folks what can't
write. What will ye tax to write a letter
to my sister Sally V
'I shall charge you five shillings,' replied
the Englishman, softening his lone as his
government does since it has heard ol our
Brest victories.
'Will re write jest what I tell ye, and
spell the words right, as we do in Varmont.'
inquired the Yankee.
'To be sure I will. I understand my
business perfectly.'
Well, I don't cate if ye du; 1 guess you
may write to Sally.'
The Londoner procureJ pen, ink and pa
per, and the Yankee commenced dictating
after the following style.
'Dear Sister Sally.'
'Hev you got that down ?'
'Yes.'
' 'Rived in London last week.'
'Hev ye got that down and 6pelt right?
Yes eo on.
Thought I'd go into the country and take
a riae.
Got (hat down right)
Yes, yes eo on, don't detain me so.
I pay ye five shillings, dont I, by and by?
Yes, yes but you need not detain me so.
Thau my business, not yourn. Wal the
old mare baulked.
Baulked is a hard word, can you spell it
10 mat Bally win know what it means?
To be sure I can.
She wouldnt go so I licked ber.
Well, go on.
Licked her licked her licked ber
Well, go on.
Licked her licked ber licked her.
What is the use of saying it so many
times?
None of yer business. I pay you five
hillings licked her, licked her, licked her,
licked her, licked her, licked ber, licktdher,
licked her
This page is lull of licked hers.
Turn over then licked her, licked her,
licked her. She wouldn't go then, so I got
out and I licked ber, kicked her, kicked ber,
kicked her.
.You ire not intending to say that is many
times as you said licxed her.
None of your business. I pay you five
Minings eo put in kicked her as erten as I
tell vou. She wouldn't go then, so I sharp
ened the end of my whip handle and pricked
ber, pricked ber, pricked her.
I cannot see any sense in all this.
Never you mind. I nay vou Mr ht vou
do licked her, klcxed her, printed her,
iicaea oer, pnexea ner. he would not go
tbei, sol got In and I here the Yanxee
made a cbirrupuing noise with his tongue
aid lips which bid defiance to orthography.
I cannot spell that, said the Englishman.
0, ye cao't spell that, ha? Wal, ye
eedn t write any snore for me, if ye can't
pell that, '
Need not write my more, mid the coc
per. with a loos of astonishment -
No more, said the Yanxee, perfectly com
posed. -
Not word to close with?
Nary a word.
You will pay ma for what I havs written?
Not led. You didn't write down ill I
told you tu.
Well, sir, what am I to do with all this
paper I hv spoiled! "
km rt to tu vr a An sen nr.
Toe correspondent ol the London Timet,
who his nude so many fake predictions may
now hive his paper for a similar purpose,
ROBACK'S
BITTERS
X
V
V
V
X
V
d
V
NT
ROBACK'S
STOiutn
BITTERS!
CURE
DYSPEPSIA,
50
.,
mii sr tti bt TodIu
in tlia world.
v js
ROBACK'S
AO
O
BLOOD
PILLS
CUIUS
SICK
HEADACHE,
Costirtnen. and nil di
seases or Ilia bswela.
29"
.4.
N5T
ROBACK'S
BLOOD
PURIFIER!
CUU1CS
SCROFULA
and all diteast eriilng
from impure blood.
N3
V
5
9
ov
ABB BOLD BY ALL
Druggists and Dealers in
Patent Mctlicineg
EVERYWII E3XE
PRINCE, WALTON it CO.,
(Succetiora to Dr. C. W. Robttk,)
SOLE PROPRIETORS,
ZTos. 68, 68, 60 8i 62 East Third St,
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
TTAScnrodtlionnnndaor the woretcaon of
J.1 Blini and Bleedinjr Files.
It ftivea immediate rnliof. and effoctaa perma
ntnt core. Try it dirccily. it la w minted to
cure. For tale by all Druggists at SO conta per
bottle.
January 13, 1368. 1 j.
18 warranted to be the only preparation
knows to care Coughs, Colds, Iloamenevs,
Asthma, Whooping Cough, Cbronlo Coughs,
Concur;, pt Ion. Bronchitis and Cronp. Bring
prcpar d from Homy and Uerbe it is healing,
voftentng, and expectorating, anl particularly
nitable for all atlecllrns of th Threat and
Vang. For sale by all DmfgUts everywhere.
Jutaary 13.18,ly.
MM
DB.tiTBiocLANO aTo.xio is a ooncentrattd pre
paration Boots and Herbs, with antlac
'tit tod carrainitivea to strengthen the stomach
aadoervaua system. It is' a certain remedy for
Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Nervonsness, Los
ol Appetite, Acidity of the Stomach, Flatu'ency
an Debility. K is not alcoholic, therefore par
ticularly suited for Weak. Nervous and Dys
piptio persons. Forsale by ill Druggists every
where at one dollar per bottle.
Jaoaary 18, 1866, ly.
SB
NOTICE.
VETERAN BOUNTY.
THE Trustees of Elk Township will meet at
the Court Ilouee, MoArthor, O., on Satur
day. July 7th, 1861, for the pnrpse of issaing
Bosdstotoch Vtterins u may be entitled
therew. I '
Veterans in person, r by legal representa
tive, will be reqnlred to prodore jhelr 'Veter
an Discharge,' aeeompanlad with Adjatant Gen
eral's certificate of credit to Elk township; also
satisfactory proof that the applicant ha not re
ceived any local bounty aa Veteran.
By cruer Jams Vobbixs, .
Jams JoHwsoit, '
Sam'l B. Ullom ,
jnn7w3 Truntees Elk Tp., T. C. 0,
,aaw '.. i. j u.rt rIm ,S
kaa(SV uttiiwDps.
Prof, EGBEKT JACKSON, BOBERT HER
BERT, M. D., Dr. EUGENE VELPEAU.Jr.
The National Dltpentary, established 1859.
C1X years of unrivalled succeas In the cure of
O every forn of private dlseasa incident to
either sex, . -
HC1ENC-? A FA IK DEAUNO VICT0BI0D8
OVER EUF1SICISM AND FRAUD.
We nfallibly cuie SyphlllU, Gleet, Oonor
rftoea, Impoiency, Nooturual and Diurnal Em-im-iuns
,ocmplainta peculiar to females, and ev
ery form ol private disean of whatever name
or nature 'Bpermatorrhas. or Self-abuse, that
CURS-OF MODERN MANHOOD,
easily and speedily cured and every trace of its
terrible effeocs eradicited from the system,
without detention from bislnesa. Young men
bear this in mind, that we ara in possession of
the Secret neceipt and methods of practice of
Culverwoll.Lallomand.Uunter, Velpean, Sen.,
Rirord and otboi great lights In modern medi
cal science; for it la a fact of the very greatest
importance, and we would ask any man of a;
erage common sense how caa tho thousand and
ono shallow pretenders of the day, with their
fcoblo inefficient remedies hope to compete with
oaf
Te unfortunate, era trusting yoar health and
money to heartless oharlitans, at least write to
Drs. Jackson, Herbert dc Co., who will at onco
return you a kind, discreet and expilolt answer.
Ladles, write for our ciroular.
Dr. Jackson's Female Monthly Pills, for ir
regularities. Price 1 1 par box.
The Mountain of Light or Medical Protector
and Marriage Guide, and an explloit key to
Love and Beaufy. Containing 8U0 pages and
100 plates. E7Thlsis THE book you want;
pr'ce SO cent; 8 for Si.
Bend for our splendid ciroular containing
mere in quantity and of far superior quality to
any of the so-called "pamphlets." Kemnmber
thut wa send a writtou reply to every letter,
especially adapted to the particular case under
consideration, because in the nature of things
each case differs from every other.
KB. JACKSON'd ORIENTAL LINIMENT
removes all coldness and dimbility, and rojuv
eua ea organs which have lain dormant for
many years.
Br. Jackton's French Patent Male Safe,
is perfectly safe and never fulls to give satisfac
tion. It la the only sure and safa preventative
against contracting disease ever invented.
frlce tt each, pe half dozen ft, and per doi
en 7,sent by mail.
Inebriates or Modern Drinkers who desire to
reform. but have found it dilllcult to refrain,
can wholly oradioate nil do.-In for any knd of
liquor, by using Dr. Herbert's Anti-Alcoholio
C'omuonnd, n unfailing remody for Intoroper
anon; write for particulars.
Medicine snd instiucilona sent promptly to
any p irt of the country. Consulting Rooms of
the Dispensary, No. 167 Sycamore street, Cin
cinnati, 0. f. 0. Box, Ko. 486. Send for cir
cular. june7y
St. J. B. STRONG,
DRUGGIST,
II alberta Cor Opposite Court-house,
McARTIIUK, OIIIO,
BEALIB IK
Drugs, Medicines,
and Chemicals,
F1KE, TOIL T SOAre,
FINE HAIR & TOOTH BRUSHE
PERFUMERY,
MISSES Supporters, and Shoulder Braoei.
G'sns, Putty, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, and
Dye Stuffs, etc, Patent Medicinea of ovary va-
llos, Envelopes and general variety ol fancy
articles.
ALSO
WATCHES,
AND
J E "V.E L 11 Y .
N. B. Pbysiclons Prescriptions carefully
compounded and orders correctly answered;
Medicines warranted genuine and of the best
quality. April 26, '.ISStf
FURNITURE!
FURNITURE!
WE call the attention of the cititam o
Vinton eounty, to the
NEW FIRM
or
Wyckoff& Kaler's .
NEW CABINET SHOP,
AT THE OLD 6TAKD OF i
Sprasrue & Wyckoff, McArthur, O.
Where ftiey koep on hand every tarlatj of fnr
niture, consisting of
Bureaus,
Bedsteads,
Chairs,
. Cribs,
Safes,
Stands.
Tables,
i. -1 . . 'i ...j
And every tiling in the furniture Has;', ,
Vhtfth Ilia will aII uiAnjiv tlian tt.u..
Sat. floffina II w . v am ftanil anil mtA 4
five per cent ebeaper than any other aatafclish
iuhiio iHowtgi vug, aiio, winaow Bass
en hand for sale low for h. Ji, ll-am
GREAT-REDUCTION
. ...nr.
JP M l D E
FASHIONABLE MILLINERY I
J. B. Kli
-is how-
IIECEIVIN'O and OPENING
MILLINERY GOODS
OF
LATEST STYLE,
toa
THE SPRING OF 1866,
ALL OF WHICH
WERE BOUGHT
AT TUB
VERY LOWEST RATES
She Will Positively Sell
THAN ANY
Other Establishment
IK THE
COUNTY.
CALL AND SEE
BEFORE BUYING
' AT Til
OLD STAND,
Nearly opposite Dr. Wolf 'a on Main Street.
mcu29t!'o
Hardware Store.
JOS. DODDRIDGE k SON,
DIALBR1H AtL KINDS or
HARDWARE
AND -
CUTLERY,
Ont door east of 0. W. Sissons Drug Store,
McArthur, Ohio,
WILL KEEP ON HAND, AT
. all times, '
Iron and Nails of all hinds,
Axes and Hatchets,
Chisels, Saios,
Table and rocket Cutlery.
Saddlery Mounting and
U-erthing, Door Knobs.
Butts, Screios and
Door Fastenings,
Strap Hinges, Cabinet
and Coopet Tools,
Hopes, Oil Carpet,
and all kinds of
Farming Implements. a
DB. J. D0DDR1DQE & BON,
maylOmS MoArthor, Ohio.
CONFIDENTIAL.
Q Ut aT combined talen t of
the men to consult : Drs. Bon-
ftnnrCA Ar RavnnMat a 1 04
r mj vwi va IV
Sycsmore street, Cincinnati, is the only office
id uib on wuuro a permanent oura or private
Diseases can be had without the nee of murcury
or change of diet. W4 guarantee to cure Gonr
hcea, Glee, Syphilis, Impotenoy, Nocturnal
Emissions, or Self-Abuse, Diurnal Emissions,
Female complaints, in ahort, every possible
form and variety of Sexual Disease. Cures
rapid, th ough and permanent, and fees mode
rats. Come one Coma all.
Gbiat medical oibculab sent for two 8 cent
Stamps
Fbiiccb fArES A sure preventative lodlseaso.
Price, tl each, or three for 1, or $7 per doien.
Soot by mail. - r
Dr. B.'a Invigorating JLlnimjnt, Price. 2 00
per botle. : .. . ,,'r
Gbiat wobk on fbivatb diuasis, tri suroi
to bialth, ia beneficial to all, mala and female
the old and younr, should read thia book. It
will enlighten those who grope in darkness.
Prioe,25o by mail, mountain of light one dollar.
N. B.To tbb ladies. No Lady should be
without Had. Lozier-s Female Monthly Pills
s safe and eflectual remedy for all irregularities
and obstruction, from whatever cause. Prloe
ont dollar a box; extra one five dollars. Cvra
mnnicationa by mail entirely confidential. Ho
lettra will be answered uninsa they contain a
remittanoeor.apostags stamp. Call or addreaa.
DBS. B&SAPABTSA REYNOLDS.
183 Syeamort St., bet. Fifth and Sixth, east aide
Cinoinnai. 0. - Offlca boars, A. M. to 9 P. M:
P. t,. Box I3.. .
JOB FBINTIKe exscuted with neatnata and
diapatok at tha Bboobd affloa, BraUon'a
Bnlldiog, n doer fail of Court Heute, (ar-tiira.)
GREAT 1S1PRUYE11ENTS
sewing'maciiines
Umpire Mliultle Wncliine.
Salesroom, S36 Broadway N. Y. 350
Washington. St. Eoston. 921 Chestnut i St.,
rhiladcvhia.
TU18 MACHINE, laconttruoted on entirely
new principles of mechanlam, possessing
many rare and valuablo Improvements, having
oeen examined by the most profound aapeita,
ana prononnoea to be
S1MFLICITY AND PERFECTION
N COMBINED.
It has a atnleht needle, porpendlonlar aotlon
makes the "Lock or SbutUe Stlcb,' which will
Niitoeb Bip nor Bath., and la alike on both
aides; performs perfoo. sewing on every desx rip
tion of material, from Lea her to the finest Nan
sook Muslino, wlthcotton, linen or silk thread,
from the coarsest to the finest number.
Having neither Can nor Coo Wbiil, and the
least possible friction, It runa n smooth aa
K-giass, ana is empnadcally a
NOISELESS MACHIIvE:
I' requires Fifty fib cent, iiss rowiR to
drive it then any othor machine in the market,
a clrl oloven ycara of age can work it ateadliy,
without fatiirue or ininrv to health.
I ta strength and wonderful siiihioitt of
construction, renders it almost impossible to
get out of order, and la odamumtxd by the
company to give entire satisfuetiot,.
W rtutnantfiitlv Invlti, all thnHA vhn mav a
sire to supply tbemsolvra K ith a superior arti
cle to come ana examine tuis vnaiTALLko Ala
ohlne.
One half hours instruction is inf&cient, t
enable any person to work thia 'machine tc
tnttrentire aatistaotion.
Bemqiocb and Cuahitabli institutions will
be liberally dealt with
Aoxnts Wanted for all towna in the United
States where Agents are not already established
Also, for CtiJa. Mexico, Central and South
America, to whom o liberal disooupt will be
given.
No conslcrnmonts made at alt. Addrena
Empire Sewing Machine Mi'g
Uompany,
A. AO. BliOADWAY N.Yt
Principle Agencies Established: Pittsburg1
Ernest Aatoolm Bnltlmore, Thos.' Bhanks,
Wheeling, W. Va. W. 1): Sawkoll a Br. GiK
clnnatl, U. Mather & Wilaon
November 80th 136.1 lvr
THK
From tho Mew York Her Aid.
Prominent among the mechanical tri
umphs of this moBi Ingenious age, com
mon honesty compels us to notice the Em
pire Sewing Machine, commended is just
ly styled peilectioii itself. Userul as have
been the various sewing machines, from
time to time presented to the public, each
one of them has been cursed with some
radical defect, which detracts from general
utility, warnca Dy tne experience ot his
Sredeueseors, the inventor of the Empire
lachine has produced an instrument, com
bininrr all the advantages for which others
are vaunted, and obviating every defect
which can be attributed to them by the
most fastidious critic.
The Empir Macnine is a marvellous com
bination of simpliciiy, economy and perfect
workmanship, being durable, free from a li
bility to get out of order, noiseless, and ea
sy of operation. Its mechanical contij
vanne is such as to secure stability, freo
dom from accident, and accuracy as to
workmanship By the ue of the patented
shuttle and straight needle, ir makes a
stitch, which can neither rip nor ravel
while, at the came time, it can operate
perfectly upon every species of material
Irom leather to cambric, with threads of
cotton, linen or silk, fiom the finest to the
coarsest number.
As the E ,ii pi re Machine is gradually
supplanting its more antique rivals, no
one In want of a more useful iestrumenl
of this description, be he or she tailor,
coachmaker, dressmaker or seamstress, can
dn otherwise than teeure of tlirse econom
ical and Inimitable machines, suited alike
for family and manufacturing purposes.
The office of the Empire Manufacturing
Co. Is at No. &36 Broadway, New York
City, where they are now supplying thes
Empire Machines at prices tar below th,
real value of the instruments. New Yor
Herald.
November 30 1865-ly
MiCHNE
Patto.forlto.-,
spVATTOC t A ATI A1
PIANO FORTE
499 nrondwny, New York.
The attention of the Public and thfl trade
is invited to our Nt Scals 7 OCTAVE
ROSE WOOD PIANO FORTES, which
for volume and purity of toue are un rivall
ed, by any hitherto ffoered in this market.
They contain all 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. II. Gbovesteeh who has has a
practical experience of over 35 years in their
manufacture is fully warranted in every par
ticular.
Tho "GroveBteen Piano Fortes" rex
ceived the award of merit . over all
others at the celebrated Worlds
Fair, ..
Where were exhibited instruments fram
the .best makers of London, Paris. Germany
Philadelphia. Baltimore. Boston and New
York: and also at the American Instutute
for five successive years, the gold and silver
medals from both of which can be seen at
our ware-room,
By the interoductionof improvements we
make a still more perfect Piano Forte, and
by manufacturing largely, with a strictly
cash system, are enabled to offer these in
struments at a price which will preclude all
competition.
Peice-No. l, Seven Octave, round coiners
Rosewood plain case' $275.
No. 3, Seven Octave, round corner,
Rosewood heavy'mouldlng $300
No. 3, Seven Octave round corners
. Aostv ood Louis XIV. style 1323-
Tern: Net Cash in Curren Eunds,
DKrSUKiri'tVK CIKUULAKSSENr
FREE.
Dec. 7ih 1865 lyr " a,o,
HOWARtl ASOCIATION'
DISEASES OF THE URINARY AND
. SEXUAL SYSTEMS n or snit nlia.
ble treatment. Also the BRIDAL CHAM
BER, an Essay of Warning and Instruction
Sent by mail in sealed envelopes, free of
charge. Address,. Dt. J, . 8 KILL IN
HOUGHTON, Howard . Association, No.
9 South Ninth street, Philadelphia, Pi.
vet. lain lie? lyr. ,
'U'EL M B O L D'S :'
EXTRACT BUCHU
H h l.!V1Kf Jl.ll' HI I M . . -
HELMtOLDTS BUCHU.
HELMB OLD'S BUCHU.
The Only Known Remedy
-tun
DIABETES.
IRRITATION OF THE NECK 0F. THE
BLADDER, INFLAM51ATI0N OF
THE KIDNEYS, CATARRH OF
THE BLADDER, STKAN
GUARY OR PAINFUL
URINATING.
FOR these diseases I tls truly a sovereteo rsm
edy.andloo much can not ba said . In IU
nralae. A ainirle dose has bean knows to re
lieve the mos' urgent symtoms. "
Are yon trcublcd with that dlstressInK pais la
the small of the back and through tha hips f
teaepoonful a day of Qolmbold'a Buchu will re
lieve you. '
PHYSICIANS AN'D OTHERS
PLE1SE NOTICE. :
i rnaxe no secret er ingreaien'a. neimDotd'a
Extract Bucha Is eorapoeej of Buehu Oabsbt,
and Juniper Berries, selected with ereat ear.
prepared In vacuo and aecording to rules of
PHARMACY AND CHEMISTRY
These Ingrodlents are known as the most val
uahle Diuretics Jnffordcd
A DIURETIC
U that which aota upon th kidneys '
HELM EXTRACT BUUilll
ACTS GENTLY,
Is pleasant In taste and odor, free from all Inju
rious properties, and immediate in ita action. ,
FOB TBE BATI6FA0TI0N OF ALL,
Sea Medical properties contained in Dispense
toijof the TJ. S., of which tho following la a cor
rect ocpy :
'Hccuu. Ita odor la strong, dlffmlv aid
somewhat aromatio, Ita tast blttorish and anal-,
ogous tJ that of mint. It ia given, chelflv la
complaints or the TJriuary Urgans, such aw
Grtvel, Chronlo Catarrh of tho bliddar and
Urethra; Diseases of tha prostrate: and Reten
tion or (he Incontinence of Uftnit, from a loss
of tone in the parts conoerned in Itsevocnation.
It baa also been recommended in Dyspepsia,
Chronlo kheumatUm, C'uUnous affsotiona, aad
Dror-sy."
.... i
fUU t UKILliSli INUUKMAXIUH
foe Professor Deweea' valuable work ea the
practice of physio.
See the remarks made by th celebrated Br.
PfcyilS; of Philadelphia.
Boa ary and all standard works a Medielns,
LARGEST
MANUFACTURING . CHEMIST
IN THE WOULD.
I am acquainted with II. T. Qelmbold ; lie
occupied the drugstore opposite my rsaideuea,
and was successful in conducting tha business
where others bad not heen equally ao before
him. I have been favorably Impressed with a la
character and enterprise.
Wa. WBianTVAx,
(Firm of Power A Weightmsn,)
Manufacturing Chemists,
Ninth and Brown at., Phil.
From th Phils. Een'g Bulletin, March lOtb.J
We are gratifi d to hear of th continued sau
ces In New York, of our townsman, Mr. H. T.
lUlmboId, Druggists. Ilia store, next to tha
Metropolitan Hotel, la 23 feet front, 280 feet
deep, and five stories in hsight. It Is cartainly
a grand establishment, and speaks favorably of
the raorlla of his articlos. He returns his offlc
and laboratory to thia city , which are also model
establishments of their class. , "
The proprietor has boon induced to raak this
statement from the fact that his remedies, al
though advertised, are '
GENME PREPARATIONS
And knowing that th intelligent refrala
from using anything pertaining to qoackory r
the Patent Medicine order most of wWoh art
proparcd by self-siyled Dootora. wheiar to'f
norant to re id a physician's simplest prescrip
tion, much less competent to prepait pLarma
ceutial preparations,
THESE PARTIES RESORT
to variotis means of effecting sails, snob aa esp
ying parts of advertisements of popular now
edies, and finieh'ng wilb certificates.
The Science of Medicine stands flmpls, p8r,
and majestic, having fact for ita basis, induoti
for its pillar, truth alon for it capital. .-. . j.
' i ;., . ;
A WORLD OF CAUTION.
Hsilth ia moat Important, and th aflllttod
ahould not us an advertised medloin, or nr
remedy, unless ita contents . or ingradientaara
known to oihora beside th manufacturer, or
nntil they ara satisfied of th qualifications f
tbt party ao offering. , y '
HELMBOLD'S :
I..'.' : - .:. ,
GENUINE PREPARATIONS
.. ... ,
FLUID EXTRACT BUBHUU' '
. FLUID EXTRACT SAR84P1RILLA
AND IMPROVED RQ8E ; VYASV.'
Establsbed upwards of IS years. y
' Prepared by H.T, HELMBOLO. .'
PBINUPLE DEPOT. v ,
HELM BOLL'S DRUG AND CHEMIC AL
WAREHOUSE, 694 'Broadway; W.T
And HELMBOLD'S MEPICAL DEPOT
104 South Truth St. Philattelphia Pa, i- n
SOLI) BYaIL DRU6GI5W,
NTkiJI, lll.ljF.i :i-U;:fVi

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