gotrt. T> ED FORD HOTEL.—The un dersigned having taken charge of the Bed ford Hotel. formerly kept by Col. John Hafer, an nounces to the public that he will be able to af ford the best accommodations, both to the travel ing publie and home custom. The house will be improved and re-fitted, and the Bar will always be wall supplied with choice liquors. His table will be aupplied with the choicest edibles of the season, and ha will apare no pains to make it suitable for all. His stable is one of the best in Bedford, and a good hostler will always be in attendance. taken by the.week, month or year. Terms reasonable. The public are respectfully in vited to give him a sail JOSHUA J. SHOEMAKER. Jan. 15, '64 rTI HE MENGEL HOUSE, Juliana Street, Bedford, Pa. The subscriber respectfully begs leave to inform the travelling public that he has recently enlarged, improved And refitted bis bouse, both for the ac commodation of travelers and boarders, as well as >untrv customers Persons coming to this place for the purpose of visiting the Bedford Springs, will find this house pleasantly located. Ample and convenient Stabling is attached to this Hotel, which will always be attended by a careful hostler. Also a safe and convenient car riage bouse. A , All are invillH to give bim a call. ISAAC MENGEL, Proprietor. April 15^' 64. MORRISON HOUSE, HUNTINGDON. PA. I have purchased and entirely renovated the large stene and brick building opposite the Penn sylvania Railroad Depot. and nave now opened it for the accommodation of the traveling public. The Carpets, Furniture, Beds and Bedding are en tirely new and first class, and I am safe in saying that I can offer accommodations not excelled in Central Pennsylvania. I refer to my patrons who have formerly known toe while in charge of the Broad Top City Hotel and Jackson House. JOSEPH MORRISON may25,'66.-tf. I EXCHANGE HOTEL, HUNTINGDON, PA. The undersigned would respectfully announce that thev have'leased the above named hotel for a term of 'years. The house is delightfully situated convenient to the Penna. Railroad Depot and well arranged and adapted for a public hotel, the proprietors intend that their table shall not be seeond to that of any country hotel, and their bar will alwavs be provided with the choicest liquors. A share of the public patronage is rcspecttul.y so licited. FEE 4 AOLTZ. Huntingdon, Pa., Jan L 1867.—1y, TT N~I o N H O T E L, WEST PITT ST., BEDFORD. PA : V STECKMAN, Proprietor. This excellent hotel is now prepared to accom modate the publio in the best manner and on th< most liberal terms. May 9/62. TTTEAVER HOTEL, St. Clairsri/fe, YY Pa.— The undersigned would respectfully inform the public that he has leased the hotel late ly kept by Mr. S. Crissman, St Clairsville Pa., where he will accommodate all who may tavor T.Jar"HESRY WEAVER. JACKSON HOTEL. Railroad Street, HUN TIN GDO N, Pa. C. SXELL. apr.13,'66. Proprietor. AL PER YEAR! We want J '' s agents every where to sell our IMPROVED S2O Sewing Machines. Three new kinds. Ut.der and upper feed. Warranted five years - Above salary or large commissions paid. TheoNLY machines sold in the United States for less than S4O, which are fully licensed by Howe. Wheeler ir Wilson. Grover £ Baler, Singer 6f Co.. and Baeheldtr. All other cheap machines in fringements, and the seller or user are liable to arrest fins, and imprisonment. Circulars free. Address, or call upon Shaw A Clark. Biddeford, Maine, or Chicago, Ills. [Dec. 22, '65 ly A Agents wanted / \S for six entirely new articles, just out. Address 0. T. GAREY, City Building, Biddeford, Maine. ly T\ISSOLUTTON OF PARTNER- I / SHIP —The partnership heretofore existing Ectween the undersigned under the name of J B. Williams A Brother, is this day dissolved by mu tual consent. All persons owing accounts or notes to said firm will pleasecall and settle immediately, as in ash. rt time they will be placed in otherhands for collection. ' J.B.WILLIAMS, S. D. WILLIAMS. Bloody Run, March 15, '66. The undersigned having taken the stand hereto fore occupied by J. B. Williams A Brother, wishes to say to his friends that he feels grateful for past favors and begs a continuance of the same. But will give ntttice that he cannot sell goods on long " credits, and persons buying must not leave their accounts stand over six months. J. B. WILLIAMS. Bloody Run, March 15, '66. JP U M P S! ! ! I am engaged in selling the ERIE PUMP— •ertainly the only pump well adapted to this climate in need of a GOOD PUMP, will do well to give me a tall. Jsjp*Orders from all parts of the county attend ed to with promptness. ADDRESS : WM. C. SNIVELY, Schellsburg Aug. 1, '6s—ly lODD PHILADELPHIA 1866. lOUO. WALL PAPERS. NEW FALL STYLES. HOWELL & BOURKE, MANUFACTURERS OF PAPER HANGINGS, and WINDOW SHADES. Corner FOURTH A MARKET STREETS, PHILADELPHIA. N. B. Always in Storo, a large Stock of oct 5-3 m* LINEN A OIL SHADES. WANTED, AGENTS!!—Great chance for Agents in everv county of our glorious Union, to sell our Maps. Charts and 1 Lo tooraphs. Good Agents are making S2OO amontK New charts issued monthly. Everybody will find tbis a respectable and profitable business, as we offer large inducements Send for circular and particulars. Address HAASIS A LUBIiECIIT, Publishers of popular Maps, Charts, etc., nov2w2 lOS Liberty St., New York. HENRY HARPER, No. 520 ARCH Street, PHILADELPHIA, Has a large Stock of fine WATCHES, JEWELRY, SILVER-WARE and SILVER PLATED WARE, Suitable for Holiday and Bridal PRESENTS. n0v.16.-m2. 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Illinois, St. Louis. Mo., or Rich mond, Va. nov3ow4. MERCHANTS and MECHANICS, and Business men generally will advance own interests by advertising in the columns of THE GAZETTE. CLIP BILLS, PROGRAMMES, POSTERS, and all kinds of PLAIN AND | FANCY JOB PRINTING, done with neatness ! and despatch, at THE GAZETTE office. HFTIRVINE, # ANDERSON'S ROW, BEDFORD. PA.. Ueaiei in Boots, Shoes, Queensware. and Varie- > ties from Country Merchants re- i Tjttw* T judical. OHRT REWARD • I will pay to any Doctor or member of the Med ical Fraternity, the sum of SIOO for any Compound that possesses more medicinal virtues and curative powers than Mishler's Herb Bitters. B. MISIILER. Proprietor, S. E. Corner of Centre Square, mayll.— ty. Lancaster. Pa. REWARD! ' I will pay SIOO Reward for the discovery of any medicinal preparation that can cure a greater va riety of complaints than M'shler's Herb Bitters. B. MISHLER, Proprietor, S E. Corner ef Centre Square, mayll. ly Lancaster. Pa. DOLLARS REWARD! I will pay SSOO to the Proprietor of any Medi cine that can show a greater number of genuine Certificates of cures effected by it near the place where it is made, than MISHLER'S HERB BIT TERS—of Consumption. Dyspepsia. Liver Com plaint. Bloody Flux. Diarrhoea. Typhoid. Remit tent. Intermittent and Bilious Fevers. Fever and Ague. Cholera Morbus. Yellow Jaundice. Scrofula, Running or Sore.Legs, Cancer, Abscess. Neuralgia, Rheumatism. Coughs, Colds. Cramp in the Stom ach. Chronic Diarrhoea. Piles. Tetter, Scald Head. Ophnema. or falling awav-sickness peculiar to children. Lmcorrhea, Falling of the Womb, all obstructions to the due course of nature in females, all veuerial diseases, and all complaints arising from impure Blood •w- nk and disordered state of the Stomach, Livei or Kidneys. Certificates of cures of the Yellow Fever in Mexico can also be furnished. Remember if it does not cure, the money will be refunded by the proprietor. BENJAMIN MISIILER, E. Corner of Centre Square. Lancaster, Pa. SEND FOR A CIRCULAR. The ingredients used in compounding Mishler's Herb Bitters are not kept secret by the Proprietor. Send for a circular and you will learn the medical properties of all tho articles used in its pr- para tion; also in the manner in which they operate on the system, and much other valuable information. If you are afflicted with disease send for one of Miibler's Herb Bitters Circulars; read itcarefully. profit by the hints it contains, and you will be placed on the sure road of recovery. mayll.—ly. MISHLER'S BITTERS WILL CURE ALL DISEASES OF THE SKIN! Diseases of the skin are numerous and, with but oue or two exceptions, may all be traced to impu rity of the blood. In many persons this impurity is born in the system; while others acquire it through improper treatment of scores of diseases. Under this head may be classed— -Ist. Scrofula, —This disease is hereditary and is transmitted from generation to generation It is caused by a transgression of the laws of nature, both moral and physical; in other words, it is caused by rice. Acting as a latent poison, it re duces the" vitality of the blood, and weakens the depurating organs, so that they fail to discbarge or cast out the impurities that are continually gen erating in the system. A person physically pure acquires gonorhoea, or some o'her secret disease; he undergoes a course of mercury, the disease is dried up, and the patient pronounced well. Vain delusion. The complaint is not cured, its channel is only diverted. Instead of makipg its appear ance outwardly, it acts on the internal organs, and scrofula, which is bequeathed from father to son, is the result. Many persons who are perfectly free from all immorality and vice are afflicted with scrofula They are suffering for the sins of their fathers and laboring under thecurse inscribed in scribed in the Book of Books. "I will visit the iniquities of the fathers upon their children.'' To cure this dreadful complaint it is necessary that the bl'od should bo thoroughly purified, all the organs of the body brought into a healthy state of action, and the system braced up and strength ened by invigorating tonics. Look at the articles used in compounding Mishler's Bitters; see the ar ray of purifying and invigorating medicaments, and say whether theru is an article in the whole list of medicines that equals it. We here emphat ically assert, without tear of contradiction, that Mishler's Bitters will Cure all Unds of Scrofulous Diseases. It purifies the blood, it strengthens tho internal organs and aids them to perform their natural functions, i 1 is a stimulant nnd a tonic and it will cure Scrofula. 2J, Running Sores and Ulcers.—Running sores and ulcers invariably indicate a scrofulous tuiut. They are caused by the efforts of nature to dis charge the impurities of the blood. Many persons afflicted with running sores and ulcers succeeded in drying them up and think they are cured when the skin grows over the sore. They are, however, "but making bad worse," for the impurities that were discharged from the system through the me dium of the sore now act internally and cause in numerable diseases and often death. The only true and sure cure for all running sores and ulcers is Mishler's Bitters, a continued and persevering use of which will most certainly effect a permanent cure. 3d. Salt Rheum.—Salt Rheum is a vague, in definite, though, popular term given to almost all the non-febrile eruptions of the skin which afflict adults. It is generally an eruption of vesicles in small, distinct ulcers, accompanied with a smart ing, tingling sensation, witn a tendency to'creep er spread over the adjoining surface. Mishler s bitters are a sure cure for this disease. 4th. Pimples and Blotches. —Pimples and Blotch es on the skin are always a sure sign of impure blood. Although never dangerous, except in ca ses of carbuncles, they are very disagreeable.— Often we will see the most handsome features ren dered hideous by great blotches and piuiples, and instead of the pleasing look which should irradi ate the human face we see nothing but disgusting corruption; for pimples and blotches are nothing but the corrupt accumulations of the system ex pelled through the medium of the skin. The use of Mishler's Bitters will force these corruptions to be discharged through the natural channels, and thus cures all kinds of pimples and blotches. La dies who desire a fair complection, free from pim ples should bear this fact in tnind. For sale by J. L. LEWIS, Druggist, Bedtord, Pa. mayll.—ly. LATEST FASHIONS DEMAND J. W. BRADLEY'S CELEBRATED PATENT DUPLEX ELLIPTIC (OR DOUBLE SPRING) SKIRT. The wonderful flexibility and great comfort and pleasure to any lady wearing the DUPLEX ELLIPTIC SKIRT n ill be experienced particularly in crowded Assemblies, Operas, Carriages, Railroad Cars, Church Pews, Arm Chairs, for Promenade and House Dress, as the Skirt can be folded when in use to occupy a small place as easily and conveni ently as a silk orinuslin dress, an invaluable qual ity in crinoline, not found in any single spring Skirt. A lady having enjoyed the pleasure, comfort, and great convenience of wearing the Duplex El liptic Steel Spring Skirt for a single day. will never afterwards willingly dispense with their use. For Children. Misses and Young Ladies they are supe rior to all others. They will not bend or break like the single spring, but will preserve their perfect and grace ful shape when three or four ordinary Skirts wiil have been thrown aside as useless. The Hoops are covered with double and twisted thread, and the bottom rods are net only double springs, but twice (or double) covered: preventing thein from wear ing out when dragging down stoops, stairs. Ac. The Duplex Elliptic is a great favorite with all ladies and is universally recommended by the Fashion Magazines as the STANDARD SKIRT of the Fashionable World '. To enjoy the following inestimable advantages in crinoline, viz. superior quality, perfect manu facture, stylish shape and finish, flexibility, dura bility, comfort and ecououiv, inquire for J. W. BRADLEY'S DUPLEX ELLIPTIC, or Double Spring Skirt, and be sure you get the genuine article. CAUTION —To guard against imposition, be par ticular to notice that Skirts offered as •• DUPLEX" have the red ink stamp, viz: "J W. Bradley's Duplex Elliptic Steel Springs." upon the waist band—i_ir"none others are genuine. Also notice that every Hoop will admit a pin being passed through the centre, thus revealing the two (or dou ble) springs braided together therein, which is tho secret of their flexibility and strength, and acoin bination not to be found in any other Skirt. For sale in all stores where first class Skirts are sold throughout the United States and elsewhere. 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To clubs, where the papers are sent to one address, the following reduction will be made: Five copies, one ye.ar, §8.50; Ten copies, one year. $18.50; twenty copies, one year. S3O, A copy will be furnished gratis for each of ten, or more, to one address, for one year. Postage, five cents per quarter, to be prepaid at the office of delivery. The above terms will be rigidly adhered to. Specimen copies of the Daily and Weekly sent gratis, on application at this office. Advertise ments inserted at moderate rates. Address WELSH A ROBB, decT.) 430 Chestnut St., Philadelphia. REASONS WH Y THE AMERICAN WATCII, MADE AT WALTHAM, MASS., IS THE BEST. It is made on the best principle. It is composed of SOLID PLATES. No jar can interfere with the harmony of its working, and no sudden shock can damage its machinery. Every piece is made and finished by machinery, (itself famous for its novelty, as well as for its effectiveness,) and is therefore properly made. The watcfc is what all mechanism should be— ACCURATE, SIMPLE, STRONG AND ECO NOMICAL. Except some high grades, too costly for general use. foreign watches arc chiefly made by women and boys. Such watches are composed of several hundred pieces, screwed and r,iveted to gether. and require constant repairs to keep them in auy kind of order. All persons who have car ried '-ancres," ••lepines," and ''English Patent Levers," are perfectly well aware of the truth of this statement. At the beginning of our enterprise, more than ten years ago, it was our first object to make a thoroughly good low-priced watch for the million, to take the place of these foreign impositions, the refuse of foreign factories, which were entirely un saleable at home and perfectly worthless every where. How well we have accomplished this may be understood from the fact that after so many years of public trial we now make MORE THAN HALF OF ALL THE WATCHES SOLD IN THE UNITED STATES, and that no others have ever given such universal satisfaction. While this department of ou.- busi ness is continued with increased facilities for per fect work, we are at present engaged in the man ufacture of watches of the very HIGHEST GRADE KNOWN TO CHKO.NOMETKY, unequaled by anything hitherto made by ourselves, and unsurpassed by anything made in the world. For this purpose we have the amplest facilities. We have erected an addition to our main building expressly for this branch of our business, and have filledit with the best workmen in our servico. New machines and appliances have been constructed, which per form their work with consummate delicacy and exactness. The choicest and most approved ma terials only are used, and we challenge comparison between this grade of our work and the finest im ported chronometers. We do not pretend to sell our watches for LESS MONEY than foreign watches but we do assert, without fear of contradiction, that for the SAME MONEY our product is iucompa bly superior. All our watches, of whatevergrade, are fully warranted, and this warrantee is good at all times against us or our agents in all parts of the world. CAUTION. —The public are cautioned to buy only of respectable dealers. All persons selling coun terfeits will be prosecuted. ROBBINS A APPLETON, Agents for the American Watch Company, n0v.39ml 182 Broadway, N.Y. SNOW POWDER. —Patented May 29, 1888. This is an article for washing with out rubbing, except in very dirty places, which will require a very slight rub, and unlike other preparations offered for a like purpose, WILL NOT HOT the clothes, but will leave them much WHITER than ordinary methods, without the usual wear and tear It removes grease spots as if by magic, and sof tens the dirt by soaking, so that rinsing will inor dinary cases entirely remove it. This powler is prepared in accordance with chemical science, and upon a process peculiar to itself, which is secured by Letters Patent. It has been in use for more than a year, and has proved itself an universal favorite wherever it has been used. Among the advantages claimed are the fol lowing, viz : It saves all the expense of soap usually used on cotton and linen goods. It saves most of the labor of rubbing, and wear and tear. • Also, for cleaning windows it is unsurpassed.— With one quarter the time and labor usually re quired it imparts a beautiful gloss and lustre, much to any other tnode. No water re quired except to moisten the powder. Directions with each package. And can fee readily appreciated by a single trial. The cost of washing for a family of five or six persons will not exceed THKKB CENTS. The manufacturers of this powder are aware that many useless compounds have been introdu ued to the public which have rotted the cloth, or failed in removing the dirt, but knowing the in triusic excellence of this article, they confidently proclaim it as being adapted to meet a demand which has long existed, and which has heretofore remained unsupplied. Manufactured by HOWE & STEVENS, 280 Broadway, Boston, Also, manufacturers of Family Dye Colors. IJr. p or sa ] e by Grocers and Dealers every where nov3otn3. MU 81 cAL INSTRUMENTS. — B. M. GREENE has opened his M#sic Store, one door west of W. Lewis' Book Store, where he keeps constantly on hand STEINWAY A SONS and RAVEN A BACON'S, AND OTHERS' PIANOS, MASON A HAMLIN'S CABINET OR GANS and CARHART, NEEDIIAM A CO'S' ME LODEONS; Guitars, Violins, Fifes, Flutes; Guitar and Violin Strings. MI'SIC BOOKS —Golden Chain, Golden Shower, Golden Censor, Golden Trio, Ac., Ac. SHEET Ml'SIC— He is constantly receiving from Philadelphia all the latest music, which persons at a distance wishing, can order, and have them sei* by mail, at publisher's prices. and Organs warranted for Jive years. Those wishing to buy any of the above>artieles are invited to call and examine mine before pur chasing elsewhere. My prices are the same as in New York and Philadelphia. Circulars of instruments sent promptly upon ap plication with any additional information desired. B. M. GREENE, Hill street, Huntingdon, Pa., in Brown's new Hardware Buliding. Dr. C. N Hickok, Agent, Bedford, P. Dee. 1. 'BS-ly MAXIIOOD; HOW LOST, HOW RESTORED. — Just published, a new edi tion of DR. CULVERWELL S CELEBRATED ESS A1 on the radical cure (without medicine) of SPERMATORRHEA, or Seminal Weakness. Involun tary Seminal Losses, Impotcncy, Mental and Physical Incapacity Impediments to Marriage, ! etc.. also Consumption. Epilepsy, and Fits induced by self-Indulgence or Sexual extravagance. The world renowned author, in this admirable Lecture clearly proves from his own experience that the awful eousequences of Self-Abuse may be effectually removed without medicine, and without dangerous surgical operations, bougies, instru ments. rings, or cordiuls, pointing out a mode of cure at once certain and effectual, by which every sufferer, no matter what his condition may be, may cure himself cheaply, privately and radically. THIS LECTURE WILL PROVE A BOON TO THOUSANDS AND THOUSANDS. bent under seal, to any address, in a plain, seal ed envelop, on the receipt of six cents, or two post age stamps, by addressing CHAS J. C. KLINE A CO., 127 Rowery, N. Y., Post Office Box 4SBA Feb 18, dfl-Iy Ijofc f mttofl. rpHE bedforTgazitte POWER PRMSG PRINTING BSTABLISHMENT, BEDFORD, PA. \ MEYERS & MENGEL PROPRIETORS. Having recently made additional im provements t( our office, we are pre pared to execute all orders ft>r PLAIN AND FANCY JOB PRINTING, With dispatch and ia the Host SUPERIOR STYLE. % CIRCULARS, LETTER HEADS. BILL HEADS, CHECKS, CERTIFICATES, BLANKS, DEEDS, ■t REGISTERS, RECEIPTS, CARDS HEADINGS, ENVELOPES, • SHOWBILLS, HANDBILLS, INVITATIONS, LABELS, ife. &fc. Our facilities for printing POSTERS, PROGRAMMES, &e., FOR CONCERTS AND EXHIBITIONS, ARE UNSURPASBBD. "PUBLIC SALE" BILLS Printed at short no Otto. We can insure complete satisfaction as to time and price AH ork Executed Promptly. SfteHiral. JJELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU. MKLMBOLD'S BUCKW MELMBOLD 'S B UCHW. HELMBOLD'S BUCHW. Tne only Imown cttaedy ft DIABETBS, IRRITATION OF THB NECK OF THI BLAD DER, INFLAMMATION OP THB KID NEYS, CATARRH OF THB BLAD DER, STRANGURY OR PAIN FUL URINATING. For these diseases it is truly a sovereiga remedy, and too much eannot be said ia its praise. A single dose has been knowa te relieve the most ar gent symptoms. • Are you troabled with that distressing pain in the small of the baek and through the hips? A teaspoonful a day of Helmbold's Bucba will relieve you. PH YSICIANS AND OTHERS PLEASE NOTICB. I make no secret af ingredients, flelmbeld's Extract Buchu is composed otßuohu, Cubebs, and Juniper Berries, selected with great care, prepar ed in vacuo and according to rules of PHARMACY AND CHEMISTRY, These ingredients are knovA as the aaost valua ble Diuretics afforded. A DIURETIC Is that which acts upon the kidneys. HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU ACTS GENTLY, Is pleasant ia taste and odor, free from all injuri ous properties, and immediate in its action. FOR THE SATISFACTION OF ALL, See Medical Properties contained in Dispensatory of the U. S., of which the following is a eorreet copy: "BUCHU. Its odor is strong, diffusive, and somewhat aromatic, its taste bitterish, and analo gous to that of miat. It is given ohiefly in eom plaints of the Urinary Organs, such as Gravel, chronic Catarrh of the Bladder, Morbid irrita tion of the Bladder and Urethra, Diseases of the Prostrate, and Retention or the Incontinence of Urine, from a loss of tone ia the parts eoncerned in its evacuation. It has also beea reoommended in Dyspepsia, Chronio Rheumatism, Cutaneous Af fections, and Dropsy." FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, See PrefessorDewees' valuable works on the Prac tice ot Physic. See Remarks made by the celebrated Dr. Phy sic, ofPhiladelphia. See any and all Standard Work en Medieine. FROM HIE LARGEST MANUFACTURING CHEMIST IN THE WORLD. lam aequainted with H. T. Helmbold; he occu pied the drug store Opposite my residenco, and was successful in conducting the business where others had not been equally so before him. I hare been favorably impressed with his character and enterprise. WM WE IGHTMAN, (Firm of Powers A Weightman,) ManufacturingCChemist,t t, Ninth and Brown Streets, Philadelphia. ;From the PhilaPa Evening Bulletin, Mar., 10. J Wo are gratified to hear of the continued suc cess, in New York, of our townsman, Mr. H. T. Helmbold, Druggist. His store, next to the Met ropolitan Hotel, is 28 feet front, 230 feet deep, and five stories in height. It is certainly a grand es tablishment, and speaks favorably of the merit of his articles. He retains his Office and Laboratory in this city, which are also model establishmonts of their class. The proprietor has been indueed to make this statement from the faet that his remodies, although advertised, are GENUINE PREPARATIONS, And, knowing that the intelligent refrain from u sing any thing pertaining to Quackery, or the Pat ent Medicine order—most of whieh are prepared by self-styled Doctors, who are too ignorant to read a physician's simplest prescription, much less com petent to prepare pharmaceutical preparations. THESE PARTIES RESORT to various means of effecting sales, such as copying parts of advertisements of popular remedies, and finishing with certificates. The Science of Mddieine stands SIMPLE, PURE, and MAJESTlC,—having Fact for its Basis, In duction for its Pillar, Truth alone for its Capital. A WORD OF CAUTION. Health is most important; and the afflicted should not use an advertised remedy, unless its contents or ingredients aro known t# ethers be sides the mannfaetnrer, or until they are satisfied of the qualifications of the party so offering. I I HELMBOLD'B Genuine Preparations. FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU, FLUID EXTRACT SARSAPARILLA, AND IMPROVED ROSE WATER. Established upwards of 16 years. Prepared by i. T. HELMBOLD. PRINCIPAL, DEPOTS. HELMBOLB'S Drug and Chemieal Warehouse 594 Broadway. New York\ And HELMBOLD'S Medical Depot, 104 South Tenth Street, Philadelphia, Pa. SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS. Oct. WNR-+J piatlawou. 1867 The attention of the public ia invited to the claims of "The World" m one of the leading pub lic journals of the country. It is the chief organ of the Democratic Party of the United States, and the foremost advocate of the immediate restoration ot the Union. Its highest merits consists in its character as an enterprising and trustworthy news paper. The next year bids fair to be a more critical one in the history of our free institutions than even my eventful ones thst have preceded it. The first requsite for an intelligent judgment of public af lairs is a full and authentic account offsets as they ranspire. 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