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MA RI LTTA C n POI' VS. `I he Fwverni p a s.
ecnger trains will leave the "T7pper-Statiwi
Depot" as follows: Morning train, Ea:,t, at
ten :ninutes before S; Mail train West, 11:5C;
Way train East, 1:45; Harrisburg Ae.cornmo
dation train, East, 6:39 and the evening train
West, at 7:02.
Marietta, Saturday, Jullr 2, 1864
iar Through the kindness of our old
war correspondent, Lieut. John M.
Kline, now Sergeant Major of the 45th
Regiment P. V. V., Ist Brigade, 2d
Division, 9th Army Corps, stationed
near Petersburg, Virginia, we are in
debted for the following list of caseali
ties in Company B. since the battle of
the Wilderness, some of whom are Mari
ettiani: Killed.--Orderly Sergeant
John H. 'Hippie, Privates S. Swartz,
J. Sberbahn, G. Hammaker, F. Hitcher,
U. Hitcher, FL Walton and D. Howard.
Wounded.—Capt, John Deibler, let
Lieut, C. Bruner, 2d Lieut H. Benner,
liorgts. M. Mullen, F. Armstrong, Cor
porals J. Feltenherger and S. Hinkle,
Privates M. Cowden, J. Kepler, J. Kin
sey, B. Mullen, 0. Miller, J. Stevenson,
A. Weaver, C. Monroe, J. Garrett, J.
Henry, J. Judy, C. Longsdorf, J. Horst,
H. Dougherty, E. Derrick, W. Hershey,
F. Keller, C. Lanigan, H. Reiff; T. Rit
tenhouse, T. Small, J. ,Sourbeer, ,T.
Woof, G. Lindsay, W. Mann, John Bell,
G. Wall. Missing.—Absolem Law
rence, J. KeifFer. Aggregate, in killed
wounded and missing, 44. To the above
list may ho added William 11. Child,
who had been promoted to a Lieutenant
ey in Co. F. Young Child was, at the
breaking out of the war, an apprentice
in our office and for a time carriedTbe
M ariettian," the war fever took severe
hold of him and be entered the Forty-
Pilib as a private, and by his meritori
ous conduct had been several times pro
moted, the last of which Was to a Lieu
tenantcy, hail been conferred on
Lim but the day before he was killed.
COLUMBIA AND RRADIND RAILROAD.-
The editorial fraternity of Reading
paid a flying visit to thy beautiful village
of bitiz, on the Columbia and Reading
Railroad, on Tuesday of last week.
A writer in the Reading Times speaking
of the excursion, says: The Reading and
Columbia Railroad, over which the party
had to pass, is a new road, as yet but
little known to the majority of our citi
zens, but bound before long to become
one of our most important links of rail
road communication. In concoction
with the Eastern l'entisylvauia, and
other roads between here and New York,
as soon as the bridge at Columbia is fin
ished, it. will form the most direct route
to Washington, and do a heavy passen
ger business in consequence. As regards
local business, our readers can form some
conception of what it will shortly do,
from the fact that, although the road is
only forty-four miles long, and is only in
operation a few months, it. already num
bers twenty-pm) important stations ! At
Landisville it connects with the Penn
sylvania Central, to which at present it
adds considerable in the way of travel.
It. will thus be seen that this new enter
prise is a most important one, and cal
culated to add to an immense extent to
the commercial importance of our city.
And not only this, but it will awaken—
to some extent it already has—the here
tofore torpid villages along its line, that
formerly depended upon "slow coach"
communications. As regards the man -
ngetuent of the Columbia and Reading
road, we have every reason to believe
that it is in keeping with the enterpris
ing and far-seeing spirit which built it.
The country itself is the loveliest uuder
the sun ; and well does Lancaster deser
ve the name of the "Garden County of
the State." Fields waving with golden
grain, grass, some of it already made in
to bay and housed; corn, potato crops
of the most promising appearance, make
up the general features of the landscape;
while "Cushion Rill," "Ephrata
Springs," and Litiz, the dearly-remem
bered spot of many of our citizens who
were educated there, put in the finishing
touches of natural beauty and sublimity
combined. This is an imperfect sketch
of the Columbia and Reading Railroad
and the scenery surrounding it. It was
unanimously resolved that the Railroad
company put a Suoday Train on their
road, as it leads right to the most beau
tiful summer resorts in this or any other
State, and there is not the least doubt
that such an undertaking would be emi
nently successful. There are hundreds
of people who would be only too glad to
avail themselves of the opportunity to
go to a place where they could enjoy
themselves for a day, removed from the
scenes of their daily labors, and out of
reach of the rowdies and brawlers who
have ruined the character of almost ev
ery place of resort attar any of the large
.County Superintendent Evans will
be la the High School Building, at nine
o'clock on the Morning. of Thursday the
day of July, for the purpose of ow
"... ...... •••••••'•
The Marietta p ffice will be
open for delivery on Monday neat, July
4tb, between the following hours ONLY :
From 6 to 7 in the morning; from 1" t ;
norm ; 7 to 9, in the eren,n,e;
F Ftc,M C APT. E. D. BoArit.—W 3 re
ceived a few days since a letter free:. this
gentleman, front which we make the fol
lowing extracts : It may he interestiug
to Delariettians to know what we the
107th are doing. After the expiration
of our El - air:47h we laot Harris'aarg. on
the sth of May and on the 9th left for
Baltimore where we remained that night
—the officers quartering with John Barr,
the proprietor of the Washington
Hoene, who provided us with "pienty
and good" in the old Pennsylvania style.
On the following morning we left for
Washington and on the evening of the
11th we left for Belle Plain Landing,
where we remained until the 13th when
our boat was loaded with a lot of rebel
prisoners—some three or four hundred
of officers, amongst whom were Major
Generals Edward Johnston, Stewart and
Knox—the officers attempted to create
a mutiny on board, but they failed, for
during the eight there was a very heavy
guard placed ()Ver. them. Johnston was
rather courteous, but Steward and Knox
were insolent and haughty. On the 14th
we moved toward Fredericksburg on the
15th at Fredericksburg, on the 16th or
dered to escort a train to the front, from
thel6th until theil9th we were in the face
of the enemy, who made an attack upon
us, driving in oar pickets, but a salute
of grape and canister soon hurled him
back behind his entrenchments with
great loss. Daring the ensuing three
days we encountered severe skirmishing
and loosed Capt. E. H. Green, of our
regiment. On the 21st we bivonaced
ou Mr. Catletts farm, relieving him of
some of his slaves, myself having one for
a servant. On the 23d we moved toward
Bethany Church, near North Anna river,
and a short time after we had crossed
the river, the robs thinking we had only
a brigade and that it would be an easy
task to drive us back into the river, at
tacked us with great fury—for a time
the contest was fierce—but our artillery
was too much for them and they fell
back in great confusion, leaving their
dead and wounded on -the field ;—we
took some 700 prisoners. On the 24th
congratulatory orders from General
Meade were read to the sth corps, Gen
eral Warren—to which we were attach
ed—for their gallant conduct in the bat
tle of North Anna River. On the 25th
we moved forward, but did not advance
far until sharp skirmishing commenced
and continued all along the road, con
testing inch by inch our progress, but
by one oclock on the morning of the 30th
we found ourselves at a point within 14
miles of Richmond—we marched .night
and day and almostconstantly under fire.
The regiment is now near Petersburg.
The enerriy's works around Petersburg
are very formidable. Since the 107th
returned from their furlough, May 9th,
they have travelled through Stafford,
Spottsylvania, Caroline, King William,
Hanover, New Kent, Henrico, Charles
City and Prince George counties, and
engaged in several battles—by this you
will observe how rapid our army move
ments are. The artily has great confi
dence in Grant and Meade, but I must
close. 'l'he Marietta boys are all well.
John Bell was slightly wounded." We
have endeavored to make what we could
out of the Captain's letter but' having
been written with a pencil, was much
rubbed and illegible.—Editor.
,to- Lieut. Kline, in writing home to
the aunt of Young Child, pays the fol
lowing tribute to him : "This morning
(June 22) about 6 o'clock, Willie came
out to where we had established our
headquarters, for some information rel
ative to his new position—unfortunately
our position at this time was an exposed
one—His Captain and I both cautioned
him of his danger and told him to get
down aad keep out of sight of the sharp
shooters, but scarcely realizing the dan
ger he was in, he did not heed the ad
vice, when I again, in very emphatic
terms, told him to get down lower and
that too, quickly, he attempted to do so,
but alas! too late, the fatal bullet of an
unerring sharpshooting rifle had already
done its work—he fell within a foot of
whore the Captain (Gregg) and I lay—
pierced through the brain, He lingered
—unconscionsly--for about an hour and
a quarter. His loss will be deeply
mourned by the regiment, from the Col
onel down to the lowest private. All
almost worshipped him for his good
gnalitles and military qualifications.
We intend to have him as decently bur
ied as circumstances will permit, so
that when an opporttinity presents itself
his body can bo taken home, which, at
present, is utterly impossible." We
learn, however, that Mr. Thos. C. Child,
his father, has gone on for the purpose
of bringing his body home at once.—Ed.
ar' It is said that Provost Marshal
Gen. Fry has issued instructions to the
various provost marshals, that, under ex
isting laws, they can receive or accept
colored substitutes for white persons.
We fouud the above paragraph in an
exchange paper a few days since, and
called on Maj. Stevens Provost Marshal,
who said he had never received ai :h
instructions. That he could not
a black substitute for a white
man nor, vice versa, a white mai
substitute for a black drafted may
appears very singular to us—we
see any good reason why a stow
bodied black man should not be rf
G 3 a subbtituto. BTit the routine
' T - 1 r - - 1
s—Sar°Y 6 ITTL I _UU-1 TA
C.-,2„; , ' A very pleasant excursion over
the Columbia an•t Resdirg railroad will
fr..ko„ place on illoaday next, July 4th,
mon; op; Erhrota Springs. Liliz, and
all intormed:ato points, giving several
hours at each pinee and not leaving Lit
iz until eleven o'clock at night, after the
celebration and fireworks. Litiz, as has
been her custom for years, will 'nave a
very fine celebration during the day and
fireworks in the evening. This will be
one of the most delightful ways to spend
the fourth that we know of, The trains
will leave Columbia in the morning at
8 and 10, and at 2 and 4 in the afternoon,
and retnrning arrive at Columbia at :1-
and 12i- midnight. The public are in
debted to Mr. Superintendent Crane,
for this capital arrangement to spend
the glorious day so pleasantly.
W . ' James D. Shank, of the -‘ Point
Ferry," at the lower end of town, discov
ered the body of a white man floating in
the middle of the river—face downward
—on Thursday last, He was brought
to this side and an inquest held by Esq.
Auxer, deputy coroner. There was no
thing on or about his person to identify
him; he had evidently been in the river
some time, his face and hands being very
black ; bad on a check shirt and dark
striped pants, and nothing on his feet;
about middle aged, with dark hair and
Gr The Philadelphia Saturday Eve
ning Post, one of the oldest and best
weeklies published, came out in a new
dress on Saturday last. It looks well.
On the 14th of June, by Rev. Joseph Gregg,
Mr. ELIJAH MORELL, of Philadelphia, to Miss
JF.DINIE CARACILER, of Marietta.
lid Beware of the so-called Hair Restorers;
they are all made of sulphur and sugar of lead.
The first is Most disagreeable and offensive,
and the other a rank poison, which, although
slow in their operation, are not less certain to
produce all the evil effects of lead disease.—
Why use this villainous stuff, when an article,
perfectly clean and instantaneous in its effect,
and pronounced harmless by Dr. Chilton, is to
be found in
CIIRISTADORO'S HAIR DYE.
When all other compounds have failed, this
has always proved successful. Manufactured
and sold by J. CHRISTADORO, 6 Astor House,
New York. Sold everywhere, and applied
by all Hair Dressers.
ertstadoro's Hair Preservative, is invaluable
with his Dye, as it imparts the utmost softness
and the most beautiful gloss and great vitality
to the hair. Manufactured by .1. CRISTADORO,
No. 6 Astor House, New-York. Sold..every
where, and applied by all Hair Dressers.
Price $l, $1:50, and $3 per box, according
to size. ' Elm.
Dr. Tobias: Dear sir—l have been in the
livery business for the last twenty years, and
during that time have used all the various
liniments and lotions of the day, but never
found an article equal to your Venetian Horse
Liniment. I have fairly tested it on my
horses in distemper, sprains, cuts, calks, swel
ling of the glands, &e., as also for rhelnnatisin
on myself, and have always found it an inval
Respectfully yours, U. LITCHFIELD.
Sold by all Druggists. Office, 56 Corllandt
Street, New York.
31 Be wise by times. Do not trifle with
your health, constitution and character. if
you are troubled with any diseases for which
ILEiIBOLD'S EXTRACT bUCUU
is reommended, try it! try it ! it will cure
you, save long suffering, allaying pain and
inflammation, and will restore you to Health
lied Purity, at little expense and no exposure.
Cut out the advertisement in another column,
and call or send for it. filleware of coun
terfeits. Ask for Reinhold's. Take no
Dr. Tobias%Venetinn Horse Liniment,
i n pint bottles, price 50 cents.
IQ— Volunteers fur the Army should not
leave the City until supplied with Holloway's
Pills and Ointment. For Sores, Scurvy,
Wounds, Small-Pox, Fevers, and Bowel Com
plaints, these medicines ate the best in the
If the reader of this "notice" cannot get a
box of Pills or,Oantment from the drug store
in his place, let him write to me, SO Maiden
Lane, enclosing the amount, a,,d I will mail a
box free of expense. Many dealers will not
keep my medicines on hand because they can
not make as much profit as on other person's
make. 35 cents, 88 cents, and $1.40 per box
or put. 209
ita' A gentleman, cured of Nervous Debili
ty, Incompetency, Premature Decay and
Youthful Error, ctuated by a desire to bene
fit others, will be happy to furnish to all who
need it, (free of charge), the recipe and di
rections for making the simple remedy used
in his case. Those wishing to profit by his
experience, and possess a Valuable Remedy,
will receive the same, by return mail, (care
fully sealed), by addressing
JOHN B. OGDEN,
No. 60 Nassau street, New York.
Eye and ,Ear : Prof. J. Isaacs, M. D.
Oculist and Aurist, formerly of Leyden, Hol
land, is located at No. 511 Pine-st., Philadel
phia, where persons afflicted with diseases of
the Eye or Ear will be scientifically treated
and cured, if curable. Artificial Eyes insert
ed without pain. No charges made for exam
ination. The medical faculty is invited, as
he has no secrets in his mode of treatment.
G EO WORRALL,
Having removed to the Rooms formerly occupier
by Dr. k.'icontzel, adjoining Spongier 8t Pat
terson's Store,Market .Street, whOe he is now
I~£lRft E .
540 Main St., HARTFORD, Conn
it)-k f tAN
t 1 • et) f
lts pin,L -lan o
':4 Rarite l C:1 1
Designated Depository and Financial
Agent of the United States
By instructions from the Secretary of the
Treasury, dated March 26th, 1564, this Bank
is authorized to receive subscriptions for the
National 10-40 Five per cent. Loan, in Coupon
or Registered Bonds
This Loan, principal and interest, is paya
ble in gold, On Bonds of $5Oll and upwards,
semi-annually. (Ist of March and September)
and on those of less denominations annually,
(Ist of March.)
Subscribers can receive Bonds with Coupons
from March let, by paying the seemed inter
est in coin, or in lawful money by adding 50
per cent. for premium. Or, if preferred, may
deposit the principal only, and receive Bonds
with Coupons from datp of subscription.
Registered Bonds will be issued of the de
nominations of $5O, $lOO, $5OO, $l,OOO, $5,0110
nd $lO,OOO, and Coupon Bonds of $5O, $lOO,
$5OO and $1,0004
For tlic greater convenience of subscribers;
the different Banks and Bankers throughout
the country are authorized to act as agent for
As only $200,000 3 000 of this Loan can be
issued, we would urge upon persons having
surplus money, to subscribe promptly and se-
cure the investment at par
The Secretary in presenting this new Loan
to the public through the National Banks, re
lies upon the liberality and patriotism of our
people, to use all honorable means, and to
make exertion for its sale.
It is hcpcd that Lancaster county, having
done so well in the past in furnishing the Go
vernment means, will be cotially prompt at
AMOS BOWMAN, Cashier
LETTERS REMAINING unclaimed in the
Post Office at Marietta, Pa., THURSDAY,
itINE 30, 1564.
Abberteun, A. C. Jones, Miss Mary B.
Asper, John H. Koch, Mr. v‘ , illiarn
Bichel, Casper Kaufman, Henry G.
Conn, Miss Sarah Lierson, Jane
Dechard, Andrew Luderick, Alfred
Epherley, Mr. Oen. Leod, Daniel M.
Evans, Mrs. David Ness, Emanuel N. 2
Ely, Michael Oleniller, Mrs. Eliza J.
Grundy, Martin Rooh, Geo.
Geltemacber, Abram Summer, Miss Fiore 2
Harting, Christian Whittier, John M.
Hildebrand, W. Z. Westheafer, Miss Ann
Jackson, John Young, Ohristopher C.
ltJ To obtain any of these letters, the ap
plicant must call for "advertised letters," give
the date of this list, and pay one cent for ad
ABRAHAM CASSEL, P. M.
NEW SITEENER GOODS
immense demand for the products of
1 the loom, to clothe and shelter our rapid
ly increasing army, has created a great scarci
ty of many fabrics. We are pleased, however,
to announce to our customers and the public
generally that by
we have anticipated their wants, and now
have a beautiful stock: of
at lower prices than they now can be purchased
in the Eastern Markets.
Our Stock embraces everything new, dura
ble and desirable in
Ladies Dress Material, •
Spring Cloaks 5• Cloaking,
Colored and Black Silks,
Balmot als, Shawls, Skirts, Iloisery,
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES AU VESTING,
For Dress and Business Suits, made up to or
der wlwn desired. A fine Assortment of
Woolen, Cotton and Linen Fab, ics
for Men and Youths.
HOUSE. FURNISHING GOODS,
Sheeting, Counterpanes, Blankets, Linen Ot
naburgs, Diaper, Crash, Feathers, Ingrain,
Stair and Rag Carpets, Table and
Floor Oil Cloths, Window Blinds,
Glass and Queensware, &c.
Syrups, Sugars, SaA,
Teas, Fish, &c.
SPANGLER / 4 ,^ PATTERSON.
THE BRA FT THE DRAIi r
Who would not be out of the Draft?
1D UT that which effects us in connection
D with the Army, is not the only one—the
"Draft upon the POCKET these times is equally
severe—consequently we purchase goods where
we get them cheapest.
SUCCESSOR TO DAVID ROTH
IN THE HARDWARE BUSINESS,
Woul4 take this method of informing the pub
lic that he is now prepared to furnish anything
in his line of business, such us
Glass, Oils, Varnishes,
Stoves, Iron, Carpenter's Tools, Hinges,
Bolts, Locks, Nails, all kends of
Building material, Coaelonaker's
Goods, Cederware, Clocks,
Fancy Articles in large variety, with a full as
sortment of shelf goods generally, which'he
will sell at the lowest prices, wholesale or re
tail. Call and examine the stock.
Ma.iet.a, March 5, 1864.
Pointer, Glazier and Paper Hanger.
117 OULD most respectfully inform the cit-
V r izens of Marietta and the public gener
ally that he is prepared to do
Paper Hanging, 6.e.,
At very short notice and at prices to suit the
times. He can be found at his motner's resi
dence on the corner of Chesnut and Second
streets, a few doors below the. M. E. Church,
and immediately opposite the old Oberlin
Coach Works. [Aug. 3-Iy.
MARIETTA MARBLE YARD.
Michael Gable, Agt.,
MARBLE MASON AND STONE CUTTER,
Opposite the Town Hid/ Pail;
- • • Narzetta, Pa.
Mar lebusiness in, all its branches,
will be - dintinued at the old place, near
'own llialiand opposite Funk''s Cross Keys
um, where' eyery description of marble
• wily be _ kept on hand or made to order et
notice and at very reasonable prices.
siert?), To n e 29, 18fi1 , 49
ii ailzivi . ,Toi6z.
KUNKEL'STri7I „it IRON.
A .PIIRE and p3r - erfat TONIC. Correctivc
and Alterative, 01 vrcnderful efficacy in
diseases of the SkrACCh Liver and Bowels.
Debility, Nervousness, De
pression of Spirits, Constipation,
Intermittent Fever, Acidity of the
Stomach Nausea, Heartburn, Disgust for
Foe]. Fullness or Weight in the Stomach,
Sinking or Fluttering at the Pit of the
Stomach, Swimming of the Head, Dif
cult Breathing, Yellowness of the
Skin and Eyes, Fever and
Dull pains in the Head,
Pain in the Side,
Back, Chest and
It will cure every case of Chronic or Nervous
Debility, Diseases of the, Kidneys, and
Diseases arising from a disordered
Stomach, Good for Male or Fe
male, Old 01 Young.
The most beneficial med i icine known ; gives
better satisfaction and cures more diseases
than any other preparation offered to the pub
lic. Prepared solely by S. A. KUNKILL
BRO., 1;8 Market street, Harrisburg.
For sale by druggists and dealers everywhere.
BEWA RE OF
I!3ft COUNTERFEITS. .4g
As Kunkel's Bitter Wine of Iron is the only
sure and effectual remedy in the known world
for the permanent cure of Dyspepsia and De
bility, and as there are a number of imitations
offerer' to the public, we would caution the
community to purchasb none but the genuine
article, manufactured by S. A KUNKLE &
13a0., and has their stamp on the top of the
cork of every bottle. The very fact timt others
arc attempting to imitate this valuable reme
dy, proves its worth and speaks volumes in .
The Bitter Wine of Iron is put up in 75 cent
and $1 00 bottles, and sold by all ies iectable
druggists throughout the country. Be partic
ular that every bottle bears the fac siehile of
the proprietor's signature.
This Wine includes the most agreeable and
efficient Salt of Iron we possess ; Citrate of
Magnetic Oxide combined, with the most en
ergetic of vegetable tonics, Yellow Peruvian
bark. The effect in many cases of debility,
loss of appetite, and general prostration, of
an efficient Salt of Iron, combined with our
valuable Nerve Tonic, is most happy. It
augments the appetite, raises the pulse, takes
off muscular flabbiness, removes the pallor of
debility, and gives a florid vigor to the coun
118 Market Street,
For sale by ull'respeetable dealers through
out the country. [Ju 25-61 n
S. S. RATEIVON,
Merchant Tailor, and Clothier,
At F. T. Kramph's Old Stanfl, on the Cor
ner of North Queen and Orange
Streets, Lancaster, Penn'a.
Glt A T E I? U L to the Citizens of Marietta
and vicinity, for the liberal patronage
heretofore extended, the undersigned respect
fully solicits a continuance of the same; as
suring them, that under all eircthnstances, no
efforts will be spared in rendering a satisfactory
equivalent for every act of confidence reposed.
CLOTHS, CASHMERES A N D VESTINGS, and
such other seasonable material as fashion and
the market furnishes, constantly kept on hand
and manufactured to order, promptly, and rea
sonably, as taste or style may suggest.
ALSO,-REA DV-MADE' CLOTHING,
Gentlemen's Furn ishing Gooods
and such articles us usually belong to a Mer
chant Tailoring and Clothing establishment.
Celebrated Prepared Java Coffee.
Warranted superior to any in the Market.
IT is used by first-class families everywhere,
and highly recommended for nervous and
eyspeptic persons, being very nutritious and
free from all deleterious substances, in testi
mony of which I have certificates from the
most eminent Physicians and Chemists in this
country. Try it and you will be sure to con
tinue its use in preference to any other.
Sold at retail for Twenty Five cents a-pound,
by first-class Grocers throughout the United
A liberal discount allowed to the trade.
Put up only by
LEWES A. oSoort)r,
Wholesale Depot, 69 Warren st., N. Y
r }IE subscriber offers his services to the
citizens of Marietta and vicinity, in
CONVEYANCING, ENGROSSING AND COPYING,
He. has kindly been permitted to refer to
James Duffy, esq., S. S. Nagle, esq.,
James Mehalfey, esq., S. F. Eagle 8r Co.,
G. W. Mehaffey - , esq., S. & 11. Richton&
Can be found at all times at his dwelling- op
posite John W. Clark's residence, on Mar
ket street, or at George W. Mehaffey's Saw
Mill, at the Upper Station.
JACOB C. BUIL/CART.
Marietta, Oct. 31. 1833-ly
Ice Cream at the -Hermitage."
FINELY Flavored Tee Cream can be had
every day and evening' at Cummings'
Hermitage Dotal, at the Lower Station, Ma
IBE books belonging to the Donegal•Mills
—John Stauffer—have been pjaced in the
hands of the undersigned for collection. All
accounts remaining unsettled tiy the foUrth
day of July next; will, on the following day,
without respect to persons, be placed in suit.
Justice of the'Peace.
Marietta, May 28, 1864-6 t.
DR. J. Z. HOFFER,,
OF THE BALTIMORE COLLEGE
OF DENTAL SURGERY,
LATE OF HARRLSB
OFFICE:—Front street; next door to R.
Williams' Drug Store, between Locust
end Walnut streets, Columbia.
VRANKLIN HINKLE, M. D.
After an absence of nearly three years in
the Navy and Army of the United States has
returned to the Borough of Marietta and re
sumed the practice of Medicine.
ICT- Especial attention paid to Surgical cases
in which branch of his profession he has bad
very considerable experience.
OFFICE in his private residence . :—entrance
at the Hall door.
NVOIXE'S ICE O.NEADI 6A1.,90N open
every Day and Evening—SUNDAY
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A PURE AND POWERFUL TONIC,
Corrective and alternative of wonderful effica
cy to disease or the Stomach. Liver and Ho , -
els 3 cores Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint, Head
ache, General Debility, Nervousness, Denies'
sion of Spirits, Constipation, Colic, lntermitten-
Fevers, Cramps and Spasms, and all complaints
of either sex, arising from bodily weak ueSS
whether inherent in the system or produced
by special causes.
Nothing that is not wholesome, genial and
restorative in its nature enters into the compo
sition of Hostetter's Stomach Bitters. This
popular preparation contains no mineral of
any kind, no deadly botanical element; no fi
ery excitant, but it is a combination of the ex
tracts of rare balsamic herbs and plants wilh
the purest and mildest of all diffusive stimu
It is well to be forearmed against dikes°,
and so far as the human system can be protec
ted by human means against maladies en
gendered by an unwholesome atmosphere, im
pure water and other external causes,
may be relied on as a safeguard.
In districts infested with Fever and Ague, it
has been found infallible as a preventative and
irresistible as a remedy, and thousands who
resort to it under viprelonsion of an attack,
escape the scour ; and thousands who ne
glect ro avail themselves of its protective qual
ities_in advance, are cured by a very brief
eourse of this marvelous medicine. Fever and
Ague patients, after being plied wi th quinine
for months in vain, until fairly satu rated with
that dangetous alkaloid, are not on frequently
-estored to health within a few daysby the use
of Hostetter's Bitters.
The weak stomach is rapidly invigorated
and the appetite restored by this agreeable to
nic, and hence it works wonders in cases of
DysTepsia and in less confirmed forms of Indi
gestion. Acting as a gentle and painless appe
rient, as well as upoi. the liver, it also invari
ably relieves the Cdastipation superind• 'by
irregular action of the digestive aim ~,,ietive
organs.. Persons of feeble habit, liable to ner
vous attacks, lowness of spirits and tits of hin
gour, find prompt and permanent relief from
the Bitters. The testimony on this point is
most conclusive, and from both sexes.
The agony of Bilious Colic is immediately
assuaged by a single dose of the stimulant, and
by occasionally resorting to it, the return of the
complaint may be prevented.
Last, but not least, it is The Only Safe Stim
ulant, being manufactured from sound and
innocuous materials, and entirely flee frsm the
acid elements present more or less in all the
ordinary tonics and stomachics of the day.
No family medicine has been so universally,
and, it may be truly added, deservedly popular
with the intelligent portion of the community,
AS HOSTETTER'S BITTERS•
Prepared by HOSTETTER & SMITH,
' Sold by all Druggists, Grocers and Store
COMPOUND FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU,
A POSITIVE AND SPECIFIC REMEDY
For diseases of the Bladdnr, Kidneys, Gravel,
and Dropsical Swellings.
This Medicine increases the power of Diges
tion, and excitds the Absorbents into healthy
action, by which the Watery or Colcareous de
positions, and all unnatural enlargements are
reduced, as well as pain and indamatioo.
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUrHU.
For weakness arising from excesses, habits
of dissipation, early indiscretion of abuse, at
tended with the following symptoms :
Indisposition to exertion, Loss of. Power,
Difftaulty of breating, Loss of Memory,
Weak Nerves, Trembling,
Horror of Disease, Wakefulness,
Dimness of Vission, Pain in the Back,
Universal lassitude of the muscular system,
Flushing of the body, Hot Hands,
Eruptions on the Face, Dryness of the skin,
These symptoms, if allowed to go on, which
this medicine invariably removes, soon follows
Impotency, Fatuity, Epileptic Fits,
in one of which the patient may expii e.
Who can say that they are not frequently fol
lowed by those " Direful Disease=,"
"Insanity and Consumption."
Many are aware of the cause of their suffer
ing, but none well confess the records of the
—Melancholy deaths by emisumption bear am
ple witness to the truth of the assertion.
The Constitution once effected with Organic
weakness requires the aid of medicine in
strengthen and invigorate the system, which
HE LMBOLD'S EXTRACT B UCH U
in variably does. A trial will convince the
In many affections peculiar to females the
Extract Iluchu is uneaqualed by any other
remedy, as in Chlorosis or Retention, Irregu—
larity, Painfulness or suppression of customa
ry evacuations, Ulcerated or Scirrhous state
of the Uterus, Leuchorrhoea or Whites, Ster
rility, and for all complaints incident to the
sex, whether arising from indiscretion, habits
cf dissipation, or in the decline or change of life.
It causes a frequent desire and gives strength
to urinate, thereby removing obstructions, pre
senting and curing Strictures of the Uremia,
allaying pain and inilamation, so frequent in
the class of diseases, and expelling all poison
ous, diseased and warnout matter.
Thousands upon thousands who have been
the victims of quacks, and who have paid heavy
fees to be cured in a short time, have found
they were deceived, and that the "Poison"
has, by the use of "powerful astringents,"
been dried up in the system, to break out in
an aggravated form, and perhaps after Mar
Use Henthold's Extract Buchu for all affec
tions and diseases of the Urinary Otgan , s,
whether existing in Male or Female, from
whatever cause originating and no matter of
halo long standing. •
Diseases of these Organs requires the a i.l ei
a Diuretic, Iletuthold's Extract Buchu 4.: the
great Diuretic, and is certain to have the do
sired effect in all Diseases for which it is Rec
Evidence of the most reliable and responsi
ble character will accompany the medicine.
PRICE $l.OO PER BOTTLE, or SIX for $5.0(
Delivered to any Address, securely packe
Describe Symptoms in ail COMMIT} (Cation ,
Cures Guaranteed l Advice Gratis
Address letters lor information to
H. T. HELMBOLD, Chemist.
104 South Tenth -st., bel. Chestnut, Phila.
HELMBOLD'S Medical Depot,
HELDIBOLD'S Dri.Cr and Chemical irrareln,U;ir
594 Broadway. New yolk,
Beware of Counterfeits arm Unprincipled
Dealers , who endeavor to dispose of them
own":and "other" articles on the re puthti....
HelmboliPs Genuine Prcperations.
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Sold by all Druggists everywhere.
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