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BY FREIYK L. BAKER.
.riZria. How Lon,—How REBTORSD
Just Pulda:lied, a new edition of
Dr. Oulverwell's Celebrated .Essay
On the radical cure cwithout medicine) of
Spermatorrhcea, or Seminal Weakness', Invol
untary Seminal Losing, Impotency, Mental
and Physical Incapacity, Impedimenta to
marriage,. etc. •, also Coneumption, Epilepsy,
and Fits, induced by self-indulgence creek-te
Price en a Sealed Envelope only Six Cents.
The celebrated authorin this admirable es
say clearly demonstrates, from a thirty years
successful practice, that the alarming conse
qences of self-abuse may be radically cured
without the dangerous use of internal medi
cine or the application of the knife—pointing
out a mode of cure, at once simple, ceriam
and effectual, by means of which every suf
ferer, no matter what hie condition may be,
may cure himself cheaply, privately, and
Dom' This Lecture should be in the hands of
every youth.and every man in the land.
Sent under seal, in a plain envelope, to any
addrese, post paid, on receipt of six cents, or
twq,postage stamps, by addressing the publish
ers, (WAS. J. C. KUNZ 4 CO.,
127 flowery, New-York, P 0. Box, 9586.
FISH'S LAMP HEATING APPARATUS.
WITH THE PLANE THAT LIGHTS THE ROOK.
• • • By the flame of a common lamp,
at the cost of a cent's worth of oil, a very
comfortable breakfast can be cooked. • •
—N. Y. Tribune.
• • • Simple in construction, easily kept
in order, ready for use iwa moment • • •
convenient to have on hand. • • Drug
• * • Fish's Lamp is one of the most
popular novelties of the day, .* • • the
utility of it is unquestionable, a great saving
is made in beating and cooking small articles,
and can be made to cook meals for a great
many persons, which is actually done on the
ambulance Cats which carry the sick soldiery.
• • Stientsfic American.
• • • For family use, hospital tent, bar
rack, picnics, fishing, nursery, or sick room,
it is an article of comfort beyond all propor
tion to its cost. * • Han's. Journal of Health.
• • I have tried the L apparatus, and
my wife and I proclaim the same a Jnost valu
able and indispensable article, and we now
wonder how we could have so long done with
out it. • • Ed. Coal Oil Circular.
• b An economical contrivance for
getting up heat at short notice for nursery and
general household purposes, • • • one
impoitnnt point is the saving in cost over email
dres. • • • N. r. Evertineßitt
Prices from Two to ‘S'is Dollars.
l'apeetty from One to Four Quarts
Three Articles Cooked at one time with one
Arranged for Kerosene or Coal'Oil, or Gas.
A Descriptive Pamphlet of thirty pages fur
THE UNION ATTACHMENT,
Price 50 Cerlte,,.
To be attached to a Common Kerosene Lamp
or Gas Burner, by which water may be boiled,
and food cooked ; also arranged to support a
shade. Etter!! Family nerds one.
WM. D. RUSSELL Agent.
No. 206, Pearl St., New York.
EP Agents Wanted.
k.r Two of these Heating Lamps can be
sees at John Spangler's Hardware.
SUPPLEB & BRO.,
IRON AND BRASS
And General ilackinists, Second street,
Below Union, Columbia, Pa.
They are prepared to make all kinds of Iron
Castings for Rolling Mills and Blast Furnaces,
Pipes, for Steam, Water and, Gas; Columns,
Fronts, Cellar Boots, Weights, &c., for Buil
dings, and castings of every description ;
STEAM' .ENGINES, AND BOILERS,
THEIN se Der MODERN AND. IMPROVED
Pumps, Brick Presses, Shafting and
Pulleys, 111111 Gearing, Taps, Dies, Machinery
for Mining 'and Tatinipg ; Brass Bearings,
Steam& Blast ,Loinricatore, Oil Gecko,
Valves for Steam, Gas, and Water; Brass Fit
tings in all their variety; Boilers Tanks, Flues,
iipatertt, Stacks, Boats, Nuts,, Vault Doors,
BLACKSMITHING in GENERA L.
From long experience in building machinery we
flatter ourselves that we can give general satis
faction to those who may favor us with their
orders. ltrßepairing promptly attended to.
Orders by mail addressed as above, will meet
with prompt attention. Pries* to suitthetimen.
T. R. SUPPLEE.
Columbia, October 20, 1860. 14 tf
OWARD 4.8000411'10N. ..,
PHIL4PWW••.4 I 4,
messes of tht Nervous, •Seinituil, litinaty
and Sexes] Sya ems--new god jpliable, treat
meet—in q.epotte ofjhe Howard Xsiociation.
Sent by mull in aseledietter envelopes,fr,re
o f Charge. Adoress, Da. J. SKILLIN HOUGH
?ON, Howard Assoeiseitin i Ho. 2 . south Ninth l
Street, Philadel his, Pa • '' 7
sEGA apd IV"
EAGLE GAS STOVE WORKS,
11. D. BLAKE,.
474 BROADWAY, N. Y
COOKING Sr HEATING BY GAS.
No Dirt, No Smoke. No &nett.
,"EAGLE" GAS STOVES
Will BoU, Broil,: Roaat Bake, Toast, Steui,
and Heat Irons, cheaper-than
Coal or Wood!
I have on hand, and mike to .order :Stoves
and Furnaces • for Chemists, Tinners, Book
binders, Dentists, Tea Stores, Vulcanizing
Stoves, Photographer's Ovens, &c., and Laun
dry Irons. Send for a Descriptive •atalogue.
I also manufacture Coal Oil Stoves, for
Cooking & Beating. Burns the common Ke
rosene Oil, and does the cooking for a family
for one cent per hour.
H. D. BLAKE,
474 Broadway, N. V.
The American Advertising and Purchasing
Agency receive orders for the shove-named
Merchandize. Bus. Dep., E. ALVORD. Cor
resp. Dep. Fowler & Wells,
389 Broadway, N. Y.
\ WIRES & LIQUORS.
EI. D. BENJAMIN,
DE.AI ER IN
WINES & LIQUORS,
Picot Building, Marietta, Pa.
BEGS leave to inform the public that he
will continue the WIN E & LIQUOR busi
ness, in all its branches. U t will constantly
keep on hand all kinds of
Brandies, Wines, Gins. Irish and Scotch
Whiskey, Cordials. Bitters, ic.,
Justly Celebrated Rose Whisky,
ALWAYS ON HAND,
A very surevior OLD RYE 'WHISKEY
nst received, which is warranted pure.
]rte All H. D. B. now asks of the public
is a careful examination of his stock and pri
ces, which will, he•is confident, result in Ho
tel keepers and others finding it to their ad.
vantage to make their puichases from / im•
Tha Grlato Ferry_
THIS old Ferry—one of the oldest and most
safe crossings on the Susquehanna River—
is now in charge of the undersigned, who >has
refitted the old and built new boats, which,will
enable him to do ferrying with safety and dis.
patch. No unnecessary delay need be endured.
Sober and experienced Ferrymen always en
gaged. No imposition in charges as the-fol
lowing list will show
Farm Wagons, each $1:00
Horses, per head :25
Single horse and .rider, :25
Two-horse Carriage and two persons,. 1:00
Buggy, hOrse and two persons, :50
Foot Passengers, each, :12
Stock of till kinds at the old charges.
Alt Luggage over fifty pounds, 25 cents per
100 pounds extra.
July 15, 1863
.stribitter ant, Coitinanur.
Wontn most respectfully take this means of
informing his friends and the public generally
that he has,commenced the drawing of ,
lnd in fact everything in the CONVEYANCING
line. Having gratuitous intercourse . wxth .a
member of the Lancaster lkir, will enable him
execute instruments of writing with accuracy.
pzi.. He can be found at the office of ...THE
Atet.RIETTIAN," on Front atreet, or at Ma Tea
idekce on Market street, Z a square west of the
" Donegal House," Marietta. 41
It j- Blank Deeds, Mortgages, .J'udgments and
Leases always on hand and for sale. •
lARIETTA MARBLE YARD.
Michael Gable, Agt.,
MARBLE MASON AND STONE CUTTER.
.Opposite the Town Hall. Park,
Marietta ; Pa.
Marble business is all its briqiches,
1. will be cOntaued at the old place, 'near
the Town /gall and opposite Funk's Cross Keys
Tavern, where every description of marble
work will be kept on:band or made to order at
short notice and at very reasonable prices.
Mertens, June 29,1861. 494 y •
The American Watches,
' han.a.h."0,, , ,,,,, ,
TIIE American Vyatcnes are among the beet
timekeipers now in use, and for durability
strength and simplicity far surpass any other
watch made in the world. -. • . •
H. L. Ii E. .1. ZAHM
Corner of North Queeo 7 st,and Centre, Svare
Lancaster, Pa., have them for sale at the`eery
lowest rates—every watch accompanied 'with
the rnanufacturera guarrantee to ensure its gen
, • .
The Patent Conlin Reflector Lantern,
frHIS is the most desirable . Lantern in the
I market. It burris 'Coal Oil without a
Chimney. emitting neither smoke nor smell.
It gives a pure white light. ,
It stands quick motons in any direction.
The flame is regulated from the outside.
It is neat and compact in, form and'size.
It is free from solder in the upper part . s, and
is otherwise very substantial in its structure.
PRICE, ONE DOLLAR.
For sale at JOHN SFANGL.EWS
Hardware Store. on Market street.
Superior OW Brandy', Old Be y Whiskey.
Gin, Old Maderia, Lisbon, Sherry and
Pittsburg. Whiskey always. on hand at the.
10040 market prices. Very Fine Brandy at
a very low figure •• • • • .
. J. R. DIFFENBACH. Market-et.
A LARGE LOT OF BUMF WINDOW
SHADES a remarkably low ,ptit4.
to closeout JOHN SeAgraiFo ): -.•
liaurket Street, Mkr.lettei.
LF7,,, 0 LANDLOR P , uot,receive. x • p
''' ft Irish FY I ,ff ,S KIEB , . , vcartAtt,
^_; ,atH. D. Benjasiain's. ,
ME Nev Crep New-Orleeneableiee°
+tire...very best-fer (Nook. du received
by SPANGLEE TATTERSON.
rU ItVtptublitt Vennsglintia Iguruat for ttt ffigme girth.
1864. SPRING!, 1864.
J. R.• DLPFE:NBACH
Invites attention to a large awl handectme ,
New Spiing and Suininei Geode,
Pfircliageff in Philadelphia and' Niw-York,
coffsisting.in part of
LADIES DRESS GOODS, '
Silks, ' Prints, ' LaWns, •
Ginghams, ' Chintzes; , ' ^^i
Together with' all kiuda of•Doinestm goods,
such as bleached: ands unbleached 'Muslins,
Ticking, Checks, Denims, Furniture Checkn,
One case of Prints at In cents, a yard.
Case of Bleached Muslins at 121 cents.
Latent style' goods for Gentlemen and s Boys
wear, Fancy and Bieck Cabetnieres, Tweeds,
Jeans, Cloths, Vestings,Ste.,
Large lot of fresh roderies of all kinds
Rio and Java Coffee, Teas,
White & Brown Sugar,Fresh Spices,
New Mackerel, kxtra Syrims,
Salt. Sugar-Cured Harlin, &c.
20 barrels of sugar fit 12i cents per pound.
5 Hogsheads Syrup at 60 cents per Gallon.
French:Corsets; Tr( veling Over-Shirts,
Neck-ties„ Under-Olivia, -
Shirt Fronts, Bainthral Skirts, .tc.'
Large lot of Pure Liquors
He also continues to keep on hand a large.
Ripply of impeller Brandies, Wines," Gins,
Schnidant's Schnaps, DI akes, Piantation Bit
ters, and that superior 0/d Rye. Persons pur
chasing Liquors can rely upon gettin'g the' best
article at the lowest price the market will afford
9:3 - Highest prices given for country produce.
New York and Philadelphia
THE Subscribers having formed a' connec
'section with Messrs. Woon & PERpT, of
Philddelphia under the above title, ate'pre
pared .to furnish every description of
ORNAMENTAL. IRON WORT 4
Cast, 'Wrought and Wire Railings,
Cemetery Lois, . Dwellings,
Public Squares, is -c.
Verandahs, Circular and Straight Stairs,
Doors, Window Guards,
.Qtatile Fixtures, Fountains, Vases, 40.,
also, having purchasedd — cif the late fain of
Hutchinson & Wickershain, Canal "Street,
their entire-Stock of
Bedsteads, Cradles, Furniture. ke.,
they now offer to the public, at their New
THE HOST EXTENSIVE. STOCK Or
ORNAMENTAL IRAN GOODS
to be found in the United States. They have
also purchased of the New York Wire Railing
Co. the patent right and machinery for making
WIRE RAILING. FARM FENCE, WINDOW MAROS,
GRATING, CO AL SC.&B•IINS &c.
and will continue the exclusive Manufacture
of the same at their Works.. ,
CHASE Se CO.,
- 524 iiroadway, '
Orders may be sent -through the American
Advertising Agency, 389 Broadway, N. Y.
STAO'FF,R & HARLEY
No. 622 Markei-Strei, PHILADELPHIA.
Dealer in Fine Geld and Silver
WATCHES, SOLID SILVER-WARE,
Fine Gold Jewelry, • -
and the best make. of Silyer-Plated Ware.
Conatintly onhand a large- ssortinetit titihe
aboye goods AT LO.W PRICES.
Watches and fine Clocks repaired by Man
ful workmen; also s Veiielrj , repairing
grving And all kintia of Jdair-Work to prder,
at short notice.
IT" Ddn't fotget the old stand, lehihhht 622
Market greet, ptiladelptup. •
April 9,1864.-3 m S and F]
Black Hawk Iron Ore Washer.
Tr HE undersigned having jug completed new
paterns for the manufacture of the, eele
brated Black Hawk Iron Ore Washer: He
has removed several objections to the old pat ,
ern, and now feels certain of being able to
wash one-third more iron ore, per day, and
much Cleaner. Machines manufactured and
put up anywhere desireckat theishortest no
tice, tpd the working , of the machine giugran
teed. He can refer, by permission, to Col.
James•• Myers, of-1-. -egal Furnace, Marietta,
and to James L. Stu. - Esq., adjoining Mari
• • SAMUEL ,HOBIEINS, ••
Marietta, Lancaster Co, Pa.,
Celebrated Prepared Java Coffee.
Wrfrrapted superior to any.in the Market.
TT is used by first-class families everywhere,
and highly recommended 'for nervous and
ayspeptic. persons ) being very nutritious and
free from, all deleterious substances, in testi
rniiny'of Which t 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 toady other.
Sold at retail for Twenty Five cents a-pound,
by first-class Grocers throughthit ether United
A'liberal discount allowed to the trade.
,Put up only by ;4
• Laws A. Neoax
Whelesale Depot, 69 Warren N. Y
DR. J. Z. HOFFER,
F TFF E BA , LTI*ORE COLLEGE
4...... OF DENTAL SURbERY,
FFICE:—Front street, next do'or tolt.
- beliOen Locust
end 'Walnut' streets, Columbia. '
A CHOICE ..
Lot of Bockke for chilArea called
irediatructable 'Pleasure Backe ; School 'and
aper Booko, Statioaary r , Pena; ~Pead h ol4ere.
Sm., at LA.NDIS di 141t0U,T.
TCE COLD 94EAM• MEAD inade,cif
Lebanap,....Cow4 Itoikik:at WOLFE'S
1%1. FOr 5p,1e,04. 4 .3.,pIF ; Pp I pIpAgIPS,
1 7 )TTY. iinellifthosellestiitifiii
11..A1vprES=s11 brandoir-gdatmoted to be
Di it ginnune. H. D. Newfaretin.,
,113ttbIlebttr, Aug 4aturiap • fficanin
• 1-4. • • , •
o ti Firo: CauLL's• Row„ , Vront Street, five
S doote below .Flery , e Hotel.
TERMS, One Dollar a year,
,ppyable in ad
vane, and if subseriptions be not paid
six months $1.25 will.be charged, 'but ,if,de
layed until the expiration of the year, $1.50
be'Cligrged. " ' '
ADVERTISING RATES : One square (12.
lines, or less) 50 cents for the first insertion and
25 cents t for each subsequent insertion. Pro
lea:gime) inailsitrels'etudit; of Atli lfifesOrleas
atls3 per annum..., liottces iu the reading col
umns,ftve cents a-line." Marriages and Deaths,
the simple announcement. FAGG' 'btit for any
additional linen; five cents a line., ,
A : liberal deductiOn made:to yearly and, half
Having,receritled;added alarge lot of new
Job and Card type, Cuts, Borders, &c., to, the
Job Office of "The Mariettian," which will
insure the fine execution of.all kiiids of Jos &
C JCR n P N TT.N.II frOlil the maid'
Cord to the.lcirgest Poster, at prices ;to snit, the
• Mt eoUutz2 3Ranee•
stood. amid the glittering - throng,
I heard a voice-,- F lts tones were sweet!
I turned to see from whence they came.
And gazed. on all I longed to,meet !
She was a fair ithd;gentle, girl-,
Her brigbt smile greeted me by chance ;
whipered low--; took her hand--:
f led heifertb 'dtinde."
There Was but little t apace to move,
So cloaely- adt-orane•drauin ; •
Yet she ivaslight:of hatittand stew
And graceful atia t:aYtn• ,*
A virgin Sower gernmad her hair,
tier beauty to enhance ;
She urpa t tba• atat,of all; WOO stood
In that close cottage dance. .
I've Rived since then in princely, halls—
Iftread them even now;
1 hold in mine the hand of one
With coronetted brow ; '
And I may seem to court her mire;
And•seetd to heed her glance`;
But my heart and thoughts still wander. on
To that sweet country dance.
Oft Nihon I sleep, a melody •
•Comes rushing 'o'er my brain.; •
-And the fight music of that night
Is greeting me again. , ,
X take her still small hand in mine, .
Amid my blissful trance ; ,
And once more—vision worth a world
- I led her forth to dance.
To the People of the United Stotts.
By an act of Congress, appiovedjune
30, 1864, the Secretary of the Treasury
is authorized to issue an athonii not ex
ceeding two hundred millions OI dollars
in TreasUry notes, bearing interest at a
rate note xceeding eie'ven and three-tenths
Ver ientum, redeemable afte three yearEl
from date, and to exchange the same
for lacifel money. The Secretary is fur
ther authorized to convert the same lied
bonds, bearibg interest - at a rate not' e.t
ceeding six per cent*, 'payable in coin:
In pursuance of the authority this Con- -
ferred, I now offer to the people of the
,Treasury notes as, dosed-,
'bed:in my advertisement dated July 25,
Tha , circumstances under which this
'loan ithasked for, and your,al&lnvoked;
thought differing widely, from.the existing
state of affairs three years ago, are-such
as to afford equal encouragement and
security Time, while proving that , the
struggle for national nifty was to , exceed
in duration and severity our worsCanti
cipatione, has tested the national
strength, and , deyalpped the iatiCial,re
sources, to an extent unexpected
and remarkable, exciting equal asieniSh
ment-at homeand abroad. Three years
of war have lentdenedyon with a -debt
which,-bat ` three years sins,would.have
seadedibeyond your 'abilityto meet.
Yet the-accumulated wealth and prolific-.
Live energies of the nation have proved
lc be so,-vast that it bag_ been borne with
comparative ease, and a peaceful future
would hardly feel its-weight. As a price
paidfor national existence, and the pros
ovation of free institutions, it dpett''iot
deserve a moment's consideration,.
Thus WA° war has bean supported
and carried on, as it only oontelave
been, br a liebple resolved, at. whateven
cost tiCblood , and treasure, to transmit;
unimpaired, to posterity, the spitetn I ,of
free government bequeathed to them,by
the vest, men, who framed it. This de,
liberate and patriotic reso!ve has devel 7
o_pe.d a power surprising even to them_
selves, It pAs shown that in less than a
centniy ngtion has arisen, uasurphssed
in. vig o r, Eafit ,giiinettless in 'resources,
able`to conduct, through a - series of years',
war on its most gigantic , scale, and-find
ing:itself,:wheu near its closet` &liffkatynn
impaired in all the-material , elenkentn, pf
power: :kt:has, at the presenti nioniftnt,
gre stamp iesin*.thft field, facing. an ARM Y
apparently approaching ta.peripd,goflit,-
ter QxhatiPtiftn, but Oil' struggling with
a fOieithe greater and more,
VC:/ 4' l l ')
as it sees, and oecause sees, the near
EZ , Eir l Sch of A final and fatal 9 0111811Mak•
Such; my ~el berate jadge " mor~t;
Ary T, t 4 0; ;41,
le the preseut condition of the great
contest for civil litierty in which you are
Up to the present moment' you "have
reedit§ atid cheerfully afftrdedthe means
necessary to support ,your government
in this protracted struggle. It is yo,F.
war. You proclaimed it, and you have
sustained it _against ,tyaiters,eyerywhere,
with a patriotic devotion unsurpassed
ih,the world's history.
The,securities offered ,are ,such as
shoold command your ready confidence.
Much, effort has been made to shake,
public faith in our national credit, both
at borne and abroad. As yet we . have
asked ,no foreign aid. Calm and self-re
Rant, our own means have thug far
proved adequate, to our wants. ,They
are yet ample to meat those of the pres
ent and the .future., It, still. retpainkfor
a imtriotic people to furnish the needful
supply. The brave, men who are fight
ing oor battles by land and sea must ,be
fed and• clothed, munitions of war .of all
kinds, must be firnished„ or the war
must end iadefeat and disgrace, This
is not.the,time for any ; loyer of.his coun
try. to incloire.as to the • state, of thp
money. s market, or ask whether he,can
vest his earplug capital as to yield ,hito : a
larger,retorry, ..No return, and no, profit,
can be desirahle, if followed by nitional
dissolution or national disgrace Pres
eat profit, this acquirid, is, but the pre
cursor of future and speedy destruction.
No investment can be so Burbly !neuter•
ble as that which tends to inspire the
lam encouraged inthe belief that by
the recent legislation. of Congress, our
finances - ,May soon be placed upon a
soundec,and more etable foottng. The
present' deranged condition of the cur,
rency is imputable, in e, great degree, to,
disturbances arising from the withdraw,
al of necessary cheeks, often inevitable
in time of war, when expenditures mifst
largely exceed any pessible supply of
coin; The oPilbitunities thus presented
to aequire sudden wealth hays led to
vicious speculation, a consequent in
crease in prices, and violent fluctuation'.
The `remedy is to be found only in con
trailing the necessity' which begets the
evil. Hitherto we have felt the need of
more, extensive and vigorons,taxation.
Severe comment_ has been made upon,
what seemed to many an undue timidity,
and tardiness of action, on the part, -of,
Congress, in this regard ; .1 deem it but
just to say that very great misapprehen-,
sion has eiisted, and perhaps stkilexists,
upon this point. Legislators, like, all
' - others, have much to, leern in new.
condition -of Pffairs. , An entirely new
system was•to.be-devieed, and that - sys
tem must necessarily be the.growth . of
time and experience. It is not Strange
that first efforts should have proved im
perfect-and-inadequate. ' To lay heavy
burdens. on: a'great and - patriotic people
irikneh manneras toibe equal, endtai
to•occasion the'least amount of suffering
or annoyance, requires tiMe:andpautiore
and vast labor ; and, with all these, es
periencels needfultto - teat. theiyalue of
the , system; and: - correct - 'its- errore:,
Stich has been - the- workv,hich Congress
was caltectupon to perform. .1 am hap
py to say that daily resnits.ara_proving
the Internal - 4evenne - Act toTaxteed in
efficiency the most singhine expecta
tions of its autberk. iteth' month of
Jnne,lB63,iCyleedeaabimit four aid one
half mihiond tirdttitiie; while tilt cor
responding act.ith , ;;ethisi , eah•
about fifteen tniiiions; 'under 114 'Same
law. UnddrlkM 'Went
into operation on ,t ! be first day-of ~the
Present month, the Treasury lintitlnire
quently:receives,mlip 'million in a, day.
As time and eAPeritiPee te•ni4l. l ltoe . o f -
cars employelkin i mollectinß the revenue
to enforce the cltringprit, proyisions.
the new law, I trustAhat- a-- million per
day will be foanditlie raliVatiloboti*he
exception. Still, - ifiticti - 4pade is-Ittf
doubtedly left for imttrovenient.iliathe
14w, and in irs•a'dmiiiiettaiirmittaowgretit
er 'amount of necessary iiiformatitiaVis
acquired. The proper •sofiroes of,rete
nue, and the most effective mmlesob
tainiag it, are best develOped the ex
ecution of, existing laws. And I •have
caused measures to
.be initiated which
will, it Is tielioved,eriable. qongrqstrs, so
to improve and enlarge'the system as,
when takwa_in conpeAti_on.. ier
equelfrop ,pustopu, and other, " prunes,
ttiksifor.di alhag. l 9 l 9, and ileePN 4EkE4 fqr
Oke natic>ulthcregit. ,Qply, oq sn,F.ll ; ba
sis, And in ii,fitemly,, , ..„suti rsiii"re
straitit upoA elikseKke.Li",can s'XemP 2 .7
found for-existing-e74ls,- Such restraint
furuished with meansto~j3 '
fai 'Sat iiiilloiietbe'aid
people. any goilrauient
VOL. XI.---NO. 2.
is powerless, for this or any other desi
The denominations of the notes pro
posed to be issued, ranging from fifty to
five thousand dollars, place these secu
rities within the reach of all who are dis
posed to aid their country. For their
redemption the faith and honor and
property of that country are solemnly
pledged. A successful issue to this con
test, now believed to he near at hand,
will largely enhance their value to the
bolder; and peace once restored, all
burdens can be lightly borne. He who
selfishly witholds his aid in the hope of
turning his available means to greater
imthediate profit, is speculating upon his
country's misfortunes, and may End that
what seems to be present gain leads only
to future loss. I appeal, therefore, With
cience to a loyal and patriotic people
and invoke the efforts of all who love
their country, and desW for it a glori
ous future, to their government in
sustaining its credit, and placing that
credit upon' a stable - foundation.
W. P. PESSENDEN,
Secretary of the Theasury.
Blucher and his Pipe,
Here is arkincident or 1815, which the
F o nglish journals are relating :
, On the morning of the memorablebat
tle of Waterloo, flenneman had just
handed his maker (Blucher) a lighted
pipe, when a cannon ball struck the
ground close by, scattering earth and
gravel in all directions, and causing the
white charger on which Blucher was
mounted. to spring aside—a mammisre
that broke,the pipe in a thousand pieces
before. the owner had time even to lift it
"Just keep a lighted pipe ready for
;;I shall be back again in a few mo
ments, after I have driven away the ras
With- these words Blucher gave the
command., "Forward, boys!" and off he
galloped with his cavalry. Instead,
.Itowever,:of a .chase of a few minutes, it,
was :a iipith march of nearly a whole hot
summer day, as we all know from history..
After the battle was over, Blucher rode
Keck with Wellington to the place
where he first got, a glimpse of the cotn
bating armies; and nearing the spot
where Blucher bad halted in the morn
ing,, they saw to their surprise a solitary
than, his !leis& tied with a handkerchief,
&warm in a sling, and calmly smoking
a pipe ! '
"Donner and blitz l" cried Blucher,
"Why that' is 'my Banneman. How you
look, bciy . ; what are you doing alono ?"
"Waiting for your speedy return." was
the gruinging answer. "You have come
at last! I have whited for you here,
bpit'fi Month; Tor the whole long day.
This is the fait `pipe in the box. The
carsefl,g*Ch ;l:itjireshot away every
pipe from my mouth:, ~have ripped the
flesh from my head,- and shattered my
arm with their cursed bullets. It is well
there.is an, end to the battle, or you
would have been too late even for the
Saying which he handed to Blucher
the pipe to enjoy the remaining fumes
of the, weed. , Wellington, who bad lis
tened attentively to the conversation,
here :remarked to l3lueller, "You 11_414
just admired the unflinching loyt.; and
bravery of my Highlanders, whop shall
say to this true and devoted sdul
"But your Highlanders - had o pipe
to regale themselves with."
, OF .U .. .NSTROKE.—
-tvga%her, and hot suns are now upon us,
and we j rney expect mote or less of
cook de soliel, or sunstroke, to follow.
pers,on whose uncovered head is ex
posed to , the rays of a vertical sun is not
nafrequently , attacked with a sort of fit,
sometimes soettmes bears a semblance to
apoplexy, tmt at other times is more an
ordinary_ swoon. The proper remedy
far an attack of, this kiudi dueixg , the
primary'fit, is to pour, cold water over
the head, ;This is the plaa pursued by
the , nativis of India, who are partictu
larly exposed to the affection in que4toi l ` .
It-is said that sun-stroke may be avogoi
by - wearing. a handkerchief or 4*
soaked,in cold water in one's hat v 5 ,1410,
exposed to the direct EV? of ttiltptikAr
, :-eir A tapeworm ninety feet lon .•
taken from a patient in York, ) 11 ' ' . 4 ii`
last—week. The, physicians occap ~
three!honrs in removing it.—Ex..dan.ge
There 43 manyy
functionary who has much more tape' a'
him-r-red• tape at that. And it will to iiik.
the people till next March to remove it
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