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STITUTE FOR RUM,
'eating Beverage, but a highly con
Vegetable . Extract, a Puse Tonic
eileoholic stimulent or injurious drugs
41801 1 LAND' S GEIIIIIO BITTEItS
WILL. CURE EVERY CASE OF
nionic or Nervous Depility, Disease of the
Kidneys, and Diseases arising from a
OBSERVE THE FOLLOWING SYMPTOMS
resulting from disorders of the digestive organs:
' Constipation, In ward Piles, Fu.ness or Blood
to the Head, Acidity of the Stomach, Nausea,
Heartburn Disgust for Food, Fullness or
weight in the Stomach, sour eructations, sink
qng or fluttering of the Pit of the Stomach,
iwimming•of the Head, hurried and difficult
Breathing, fluttering at Hit heart, choking or
suffocating sensations when in a lying posture,
dimness of vission; dots or webs before the
sight, fever and dull pain iri the head, defici
ency of perspiration, yellowness of the skin
and eyes, pain in the side, back, chest, limbs,
&c., sudden flushes of heat, burning in the flesh,
constant iminaginings of evil, and great de
pression of spirits.
liOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS
.WILL GIVE YOU
A Good. Appetite,
A Good Co....ztitution, I
A Strong Constitution,
A Healthy Comititutiony
A Sound Constitution
WILL MAKE THE WEAK STRONG,
Will make the •
Wily makg thd,
Will make the
Will make the
Sallow Complexion Clear,
Will make the Dull eye
Clear, and Brirrht
prove a blessing in every family.
4 07Can,be,useil with perfect safety by male
,ur.Fetnale. Old' or Young.
th'ele niaiiy preparations said under the
name of Bitters, put:up in quart lidttles, corn
!potifikefftif the: cheapest Whiskey or common
••Rilin,'Un§ling 'from 20 to 40 cents per gallon,
he taste disguised by Anise or Coriander seed.
' This elaSs of Bitters has caused and will con-
Anne to cause, to long as they can be sold,
aunilredeto die tie death of a drunkard. By
"their use the system is kept continually under
the •influence' of alcoholic stimulants of the
worst kind L the desire for liquor is created and
kept up, and the result is all 'the horrors at
tendant norm a:drunkard's life and death. Be
ware of them„ •
For those who-desire and will have a liquor
bitters, we publish the following receipt :
Gel one bottle Hoofland's German Bitters and
mix with three Owls of good Whiskey or
'Brandy, and the result will be a preparation
that4ill - far excel in medicinal virtues and
true excellence any of the numerous liquor
bitters in thelnark,et, and wilt cost much less.
You will hall all th . virtues,of Roofland's Bit
ters in conueetiiitt with a gOod'arkicie of liquor
and at a miich less — pride - then these inferior
proparationi will cost.you. ' •
Those 'suffering' frOnt marasmus, wasting
away, with searcely, any flesh. on their bones,
are cured in -a very. short time; one bottle in
such cases, will have most surprising effect.
' ll' DEBILITY,
Resulting from Fevers of any, kind—these'bil
tars will renewryblii-stiengthln a short time.
REVER . Aki,l3 lEl—The chills-will not re,
lure if these Bitters are used. personiu a
fivir and ague district should be Without - them.
iltOln. Rev. .T. Newton Noun; D. D.V Editor
:ofthe 'Encyclopedia of Religious _Knowledge.
Although not disposed to favor or recommend
Paterit Medicines in - general, - through distlast
. their:ingredients' , and effects; I yet know
of no suffici!ut reason why a man may ndt tei
tify to the benefits he believes himself to have
roceivedfrom, any simple, preparation, in the
hope that he ,may thus contribute to the bene
fit of others. '
I do this more readily in regard to Hoofland's
German Bitters, prepared by Dr C. M. Jackson
because,l , was.prejudised against, them for' a
number of years, under the impression that
thty were chiefly an alcoholic mixture. lam
indebted to my friend Rob't Shoemaker, esq.,
for the removal of this prejudice by proper
tests, and fozencouragement to try them, when
suffering from great and' long debility. The
use of three bottles ofthese.bitters, at the be
ginning of the piesent year, was followed by
evident relief, and restoration to a- degree of
bodily and mental vigor which 1 had not felt
for six menthe before, and had almost dispatr
ed of regaining. I therefore thank God and
my friend for directing me to the use of them.
J. NEWTON BROWN.'
Philadelphia, June 23, 1862.
AND' 'Mk .FRIENDS OF . SOLDIT.ItS
We call the attention of all having relations
or friends in the army to the fact that "Hoof
land's German Bitters" will cure nine-tenths
of the diseases induced by privation and ex
posures incident to camp life. In the lists
published almost daily in the newspapers, on
the arrival of the sick, it will be noticed that
a very large proportion are suffering from de
bility. Every case cif that kind can be readi
y cured by Hoofland's Germaa Bitters. We
have no hesitation }}n statiag that, if these bit
ters are freely usalaitiohg . our 'soldiers, hund
reds of lives faight be saved that otherwise
would tie lost.
The proprietors are daily receiving thankful
letters from sufferers in the army and hospi-
Bils,who have been restored to health by the use
of these Bitters, sent to them by their friends.
Beware of counterfeits! See that the sig
nature of "C. M. Jackson," is on the wrapper
of each bottle.
PRICES ; •
Large Size, $1:00 per bottle, or .2 dozen for $5.
Medium size, 75c per bottle, or z dozen for $4.
The larger size, on account of the quantity
the bottles hold, are much the cheaper.
Should your nearest druggist not have tile
'rqcle, do not be put °lrby any of the intoxi
ng preparations that may be otfered in its
'.but send to us, and we will forward,
throwilacked, by express.
iml srand tanufactory, th g o6 L cjaEEr
$1,504 . JONES & EVANS,
to C. M. Jackson & C 0.,)
par valers Proprietors.
gandre.• Druggists and dealers in 'eve
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formed th. •
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A PURE AND POWERFUL TONIC,
Corrective and altetriatiie of wonderful effica
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It is well to be forearmed against diseaso,
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The weak stomach 'IS rapidly invigorated
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irregular action of the digestive and secretive
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the Bitters. The testimony on this point is
most eonclusive..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 froth sound and
innocuous materials, and entirely flee fram 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 portiiM of the community,
as HOOTETTEA'S BITTERS.,
Prepared by HOSTETTER & SMITH,
Pittsburg, Pit: •.
Sold by all Druggists; Grocers and Store
BOILY 6 &oltii e i,?Nparo ioW•
COIsdPOUND FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU,
A POSITIVE AND SPECIFIC REMEDY.
For diseases of the Bladdar, Kidneys, Crave)
and 'Dropsical Swellings
This.hledicine hicreases.the power of Diges
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action, by wind; the Watery or Colcareous de
positions, and all unnatural enlargements , are
reduced, as well as pain and indamation.
HELMBOLD'S• EXTRACT EL "CRC.
For weakness arising from excesses, habits
of dissipation, early indiscretion of abuse, at
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Indisposition to exertion, , Loss of Power,
Difficulty of treating,' 'Loss of Memory,
Weak Nerves, Trembling,
Horror of Disease, Wakefulness,
Dimness of Mission, Pain in the hack,
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
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Impotency, Fatuity, Epileptic Fits,
in one of which the patient may expite:
Who can , say that they are not.frequently fol
lowed by those " Direful Diseases,"
- ' , lnsanity and Consumption." -
Many are aware of the cause of their suffer
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insane:: Asylums: - ,
Melancholy deaths by Consumption bear am
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The Constitution once effected with, Organic
weakness requires the aid of medicine to
strengthen and invigorate the system,-Which
HELfIBOLD'ti EXTRACT BUCHU
in vari a b l y does. A trial will convince the
FE MALES—FE MALS—FEMALES.
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Diseases of these Organs requires the din of
a Diuretic,' Hetiabold's EXtract Buchu is the
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lady to be her own tonint maker. .
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Authoress of "gfone," Bidden Path," &c.,
writes for Godey each month, and for no other
magazine. We have also retained all of our
old<and favorite contributors.
Tams lof-`Godcy's 'Ladillook f0r 4 18657'
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r !' , $3-110
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Athiresg ' L. A. GOOEY, '
North-East Corner 6th &
October 15-30 ," " Phil'adelphia
, Ready to nail down.
At less than half the cost of tin roofs.
- 111. - ore, ;durable :than: tin.
„Suitable for 'steep or fiat roofs. •
• - READY ROOFING k
For all-kinds . of buildings, in all climates.
READY ROOFING • '
Easily, cheaply, and , quickly put on.- Needs
no coating over with cement after it
is naz/ad down. •
READY °GPI N . O
Made of .a ,strong woven fabric, thoroughly
saturated and covered upon both surfaces
with a perfectly water-proof composition,
and put up in rolls ready for use-40 inch
wide, and 75 feet lopg.
We also manufacture
For Leaky Tin Roofs, ' •
Much cheaper and more durable than oil paint..
For - Leaky Shingle Roois which will often
save the, cost of a new roof.
Sample of Ready Roofing and Circulars,sen
by mail when desired.
Favorable tortes ins!de wlth'resporisible par
ties who •buy-to sell . '
READY, ROOFING. 00:„
• 73 Maiden Lane N. Y.
nRIME GROCE S:—Rin, Java and
r Laguira coffee ; Crtuthedo.Pkilverizednaud
Browe ; tuperior'GreeiCand 'Brack .Tee,
Rice, Cheese andSpices`;' Syriip'an:d prime ba r
king Molasseei- Excellent Petirt Barie:y at :'
J. R., DIFEENBACIP S. .
V A QUAL , ,o,r . R . EGITLA . III TIMEKEEPERS
can be tiad of H. 7. & E. J. ZAHM, COI
North.gdeenlit,, and Cepter Square, Lancas
ter'Pa. in the'shfkO
the besearticte Of Swig's levers now in ilia mar''
jtet. are,l43wer in price than any,watch
.of equal. hualitiandl sttine fo'r tilnekeetalig
L • • •
R. Eelyterna.ch?s Army, onon, arl-111
ble remedy.for ..Saddla Open Soces 3 ,
and diseageA of the elfin,
,AT THE UOLDEIV .MORTAR . •••
RIME New Crop,,New- ea n Molas ses Pthe, .irery,best .for ,Cakes. Just rocp.ived-
S.Iri4NGT,E4t; gr. F'AKTEKSON..„ ; ... •
Jr Tear.l, l Ceffidtit ap<l ,,
0 Oil PitVetcleing-iti''
YE F GOLDtif bran 71)1R•
G ERMANTOWN IT.LEGRiI P -
A Family and an Agrioullural Journal.
Devoted to Choice Literature, including Po
etry, Novelette, Tales, and. goral and Enter
taining Reading generally. In tie Literary
Department we shall present the choicest va
rieties within the reach of our extemied means.
The Nov.letts, Tales, Poetry. &c., shall be
supplied from the highest anti . best sources,
and be equal to anything to be found in any
journal or magazine.
Agriculture an d Horticulture, embracing
Farming, Gardening, Fruit-Raising, &c. Our
labors in this department for over 30 years,
hare met the cordial approbation of the pub
lic. Our purpose has been to furnish useful
and reliable information upon these very im
portant liranehes of industry, and to protect
them, so far as in our power, against the false
docti`ines and selfish purposes of the many em
pties and sensation-adventurers (iv which the
Farmer is incessantly . assailed; this portion of
. . ... -
THE -GERMA.NTOWN TELEGRAPH,
is alone worth the whole price of subscription.
NEWS' DEPX - RTIVIENT.— , Ttie name industry,
care and discrimination, in 'gathering and pre
paring the ' Siirring „Events of the, Day.,express
ly foi this gaper, which heretofore, been one of
its inarke4 features and Air en so'univ,rsal sat
isfaciiou;,oll be continoed.witlkradou,bled ef
forts" to,ntipit the incOasing deniai&i. of the
TWo per annum ; ,etzte ol
ler for ".4:11 - months. ordbrs y received
Out thp'ca*h, - abeall subscriptions stopped at
Cite end of the tirro. paidlor.
p.urn.rp 'R. PREAS
Editor 2nd. Propifetor Gerruilatuwn Pa
FISH'S -LARIP HEATf Ni.'r•APPARATUS
WITH. Tli 14G1.0:5 :TB E P. 00.111
*• * * Bythe flame' of a dorrinion ,
at the cost of a cht's WiSrth of oil, a very
comfortable breakfast can tie cooked. .*
—IV': I.'''.. Tribune. ' . - ' .
*• *" Simple in Ortatrdc tio n, "easily kept
in order, ready,for i`Se•lo a moment convenient to have on hand. ' Drug
gisi's Circular: " '
* * Lamp is, one' of• the most
popular riciv,eltidl of 'the day, • * * the
utility of it is Unqu'estiOnable, a' great saving
is made in heating.apd 'cookilOmall articles,
and' can s 'be Made to cook meals for a great
many persons, which is actually done on Oa '
ambulancecars which curry the sick soldiery.
TernilY use,hosfulai tent, bar
rack, picnics, fisliitY,4fiaisety, or sick room,
it is an siticlerof. comfort beyond all propoi
.tion to, i ts cpst„, f
` HaT,s Journa/ of Rea:th.
‘ 1 have 'tried the apparatus, and
my wife and,,l ploclairn the same a most valu
able antl,lndispensabica aitiele. and tee ncAv
wonder how we could haves° long done with
out,it„., • Cireula;
Aii-'ilbithomicit contrivance for
gettirig•up beat arshurt notice for muscly end
generxt househtutd'iirpoAis, * t* one
un - poitant is thd saving in cost over coal
fires.' * Y. , Butning . . Post
Prices 11 , 04 Two to Six Dollars.
Capacity One to 'Four Quaita
Three Articies.Cooked at one Line with one
Arranoed•for Kertisece or Co'al fill; or Gtt,o-
A I.)eseriptivo'Painphict of, thirt . . - paged fur
"I'llls u:NroN .A.TTAcumzik:T,
To be attached' , to a CoMmon Kerosene, Lamp
or Gas Burnet, by'wMcli water may be boded,
add &MI corked ; also arranged' to support a
shade. Etter!' .Fain fly ninds one.
• WIII. 1). RUSSELL. Agent.
No; 206, Pearl St., New York.
]tom Agents Wanted. -
Jf- these Heating 'Lamps: can be
O'H C 1-VT3
NO. 92 'M ARK KT STREET, MA RI ETTA
Takes tais•ineans of informing ilts'old cus
tomers and:the- public generally : that: he has
re-taken the old 6tand (recently occupied by
George L. Mackley ; ) and' is Vow permanently
fixed to prpsec,ute
IN A.LL ITS DNANCIIES. •
Iltniinv 'just retufmed from the city where
he selected''a' large, vaned ii fashionable
asscirnfient of"ev.M•ythiag , in the •
..3ATAND CAP! • .
and nce.e.only asks an examination of his
stoptc.and prices, before purchasingelsewheri.
IldvintAl43 laid lieu Stock; of Ilatting . P4
l . :
itahe - will be enabled; ht-short" notice, t
manufacture all qualities—from the common
Soft teliie itiost 14-friotzable St7lc Flat.
Employing.nune but the best of workmen,
and manufacturing good goods
,at low :prices;
he hopes to merit mid receive a liberal 8414
of public patronage.. LEpThe highest price
paid for Furs—iii trAde or cash.
JACOB A WISNER'S
TOME CO; ',F. 'Va. 011E 1 F FA . .IIIE,
• Opprisitgjite .Ccops . Keys .11piely
. IARI ETTA, PA.
/1141 7 . undefiigiteil %yenta respeetfidlYTnlerit
1 . the pritlit'; tharlie .40.1 io'ntiaii6s,'at the
old Stand 3 co riter!of.Second-aad,Wal dtAt,reeto,
directlx,opposite the Cross, Keys Hotel, t 9 keep
on band and`far 4 :sitle;``all i kinds of cigars frcm
hp,,id - priCes Cram, 86, 5'7,,"8:0.0',te
880 per thousand. Temsreco".---atural Leaf
ExcelnibitßarLdisli," ()fanlike: Cori_`
gross Fine Spum,-,Ladies Nwist, Coarse Spun
Twist, El (Wade,
,J'ety el .ef.,,C)ph tohaeco f , An -
derson's Vest - Fine . .fen ' Il l iitda=of tin'e Ci
gars manufactured.ol imported' stock._ -& - xns
:CALF, SFR N rs Rappee Snuff , and Anil: bids
Fancy SmOlt ink. Tobacco. Scented sp u iTs
Fnimleutipes, Cigar .Tubes; [ 30,'b.
CHEAP READY-MADE PLOT HIN G!!
.Having just A...turned .from the city., with
a nicely selected, lot of Hecgly-nutde Main,
which the.undersignedis prepared to furnish at
reduced prides; havinglaid in a general assort
ment of men and boys', clothing, which he is
deter= ined to selrlo*, ton, C.A5,4., HiSSOck
COnSiStd 01 0 3 i , E ' N-Cok4S,‘ , DitESS, FNOCX 'kWh . "
SACK. COATS,,,, PANTS, AVESTS.,..P,EAJACICETS,
ROUNDBOUTS,(;kOiL),,OygRHAULS, J CVAVATS,
~DR A WERS, 5.11117,T4, ,HOINERX,UriDERSHIRTS,
GLOVES, SIJS,PENpEits,'&c.„-Everything the
Furnishing G 0063 line. Call iind, examine be
fore purchasing elsewhere., , Everything,sold at
prices to suit the times. JOHN BELL.,
corner of Elbow Lane and...Market-SI
next door to qassel's Store..
,gfaitid ware al i.,L. 4
Corner of North Queen 3trett l B.l tinter §quii`e ,
Lancaster; Pa., 'rea, getta,AlAvarietn.-Goffeet
Urns. Pitchers, Goblets, Sait Stands, Cake
casters, &e., &c.; at manufacturers pritas.
Cor. North , . Queenot. and' Cetitre Square; Lan
caster; Pa. , Oat .pricesiaree. moderate...and , all'
goods warranledeto‘befas - represented. :'-Lo
R . ePLATIrf. attondadto,attnoderate, rapt,.
3.1J41617e4, etoe,4 ,
8EE..J. 1 ZA.11:14•
lESPECTFUILLY inform then.
(ro 'fk,ofriends , and the public that they
ea." - still continue the IWATCH, 'CLOCK
A-ND J E WEl,R , Pbusineas 'at the old.
_ stand, North,west Cornerrof North
Queen street and Center Square, Lancaster, Pal
A full assortment,of goods n . °online J of .bum
nesktalways op hand:and for sale, ap.the/03Q44 . 1,
casl. 79149. 14" Repair,inthattcniled fl Art.,
6 ' 07 46 by l l ie ;proprietors. •• , ,t424'
, . .
TT owE,: e tr,-, VATT;N' 'S Celebrated Family
rt., We . Colbre, ,ixaritgateldia,be.,faat,,f4
' THE - GOLD EN MOK TAR
Dr. F. Brunon's Nonrated F.E.nb'li
NO. I. THE GREAT REVIVER.—Spt
Crudicates all the evil everts of sell ft
as loss of memory, s!iortnezis of I,reath.
ness, palpitation of the heart, dinine,, •,1
ion, or any constitu tie nal de rangeinew,
gen cc of the passialis. Acts alike on eit
Price one dollar
No. 2. THE 13A i M.—Will cure in from
to eight days, any case of Gonorrhoea.,(clac,
without caste or smell and requires or reNtr., .
tian of action or diet; for either sex; price
NO. 3'. 'Mr TtnEtrWilrgiiVe fleet in t:
shortest possible time. and I can show c , tt,;:
cates of cures effected by this remedy. 'A ;
all others hare failed. No taste or sine:—
Price one dollar.
NO. 4. THE PI:NITER is the only kn 0• . ,..
lemedy, that will pu,sitively cure stricture.,
the urethra, no Matter of how Inngstandm g
neglected the ease may be. Price one dolly,
NO. 5. THE O.LITTOR willicure any easy,
c,l Gravel permanently and speedily reruov
air diseases front the hladJicr and kidnel s
Price one dollar.
PREStENTOR. is a sure prever,
tion ag.inst the contraction of any disease,:
less expensive and far preferable to auythn i
Tri use. Adapted to either sex. Price $l,
NO 7. THE Ammar. wilf'etire the whir-.
I, radically.: and in leas time than they can he e.
fectually removed i)y-an: otherneatment ;
fae l ethis is the only remedy that will mu:
cure thialdis'ease ; pleasaht 0' take. Price
PAsTrts are cc ,
tain, safe . and.speudy irr p.rodueing menstrua
tion or coirecting any irregularities of IL
caont.lilx.periodp, Price or,o dollars.
No. 9 'fur, Fr..* AI. E., F EGGS I' Gi.-
sfiriiig Regulator willlaSt a lifetime. Price .$3.
:Either-Of the Hem - a:dies will be sent free
maihow receipt of the price annexed. Circe
lars,containing,yaluahle information with ful
deeeription of each Remedy, may be obtain':
by enclosing one pnst stamp:" Address
DX. FELIX BRUNO.N, Box 99,
These Itemediesaresoldin Marietta only 1.:
'jOilN JAY LIBRARY, where cirLilais col.
Wining a full descripiion 'orbacit case eine 1 c.
obtained pails, on 'application.
general Depot,.North halt Corner of. York
Avenue and Callowhillstreet,Philadelphia,P.l.
~q In cprnplicated,cases.l. can be consuir.!
by.letter, or peisonally at my office; entiat.t . ,,
40.1 Yofik Ai-enuce.
First :National Bank of-Marietta.
Designated' Depository and Financial
Agent of the United Statei: '
By instructions from the Secretary of 1k
Treasury. dated Marco 516t1}, - 1864: this Bank
is authorized 4o receive sub - scriptiong for tn..
National 10 40 Five per cent. Loan, in
or Registered Bonds.
This Loam, principal - and interest, is paya
ble in gold. On,Bonds of $5OO and upwards.
semi-annually. (Ist of March and. Septenilm
iin`d on thoSe of less denominations annutillt,
(1s of March.) "
Subscribers can receive Bonds with Coupon,
from _March Ist, by paying the accrued inteT
est in coin, or in lawful money - by' whim; .1
percent.for pre- min. Or, if preferred, n, I
deposit the principal only, and receive Bit
with empons from_date of. 44bscr.iPPon•
nr6gistei'eci Bends will be issued of t'• ,•
nonaluzAtion6 of $5O, $lOO, $5OO, $l,OOO, t.
. . -
d $10,00,, in Coupon Bonds of :I:30,
SSUU and $l,OOO.
For the greater convenience of subscrib
the (hal:rent Banks and Bankers thraugl...l
the,couutry are autitutizeti.to act as agent
AS only $200,000,020 of tthis Loan..cac L.
issued, Nve would urge upon persons hart-,
surplus tnoiley,o subscribe piomptly /tad 1:
cure Vie i'uvdstutent at par.
The secretary is presenting . thu new
to the public througls the national
lies up - on the librality tied patriotism of ou
people, to use 'all honorable means, and t
Make exertion for its sale.'
It is hcped drat J.,ancaer county, '';‘;
done sa welrin the pull' t
rernment means, will be equally-
AMOS BOWMAN, C
FOll iCE, 10.) IX!' Es,
13F,1)-13U(;..i, AlOrlizi 1N 1 , '1771:4, AV
&C., INSECTS ON ?LA NTS, JOWL .4711:na
Put up in 25c., i Jc. ant $1 lioxei, li
and Flasks. Thlee and Fn. e
Hotels, ; Public dostitutions,
"Only infallible remedies ltnown."
;Free-from „ L i;oison,s2'
"Not dangerous to the lluman
come qut of their holes to
V:3-- Sold wholesale in all large cities.
~t " Sold by all druggists ano retailers
EWA nE of all !
See that — COSTAR'S" nauw is ,n 1
Box, Bottle, and Flask, before YeM buy.
HENRY R. COSTA R,
Principal Depot, 452 Broadway,
:1 - *r Sold by all wholesale and retail Dru
hti in Marietta, Pa. ' 10-30
PORTABLE PRINTING OFFICES
or thetise of M , I
hants, Drug ~,
ho wish to do the 3
:wp printing, I.e:it
...feted to the ern t
ing "0:f 1-itincltiti!,i,
lillheads; Cie 1t ,
_ New,spapqs. F.til
iitstrgettans.'avcOmpany esch — nince enabling a
boy ten years old to werk them successfully-
Circulars sent fiee.,....,S'pecirnen sheets of T.)
CAI 4, cents. Address.,,
ADA .r.".N ' S CO..
- 3r . Park
,11.0 W, N. 'and' '.`?s
' ' - .B6Sfori, A7ass. *IT
:rOIIN` I I3ELL. MercharitTail'o;;
C- 4 0 . rof Markel-51., and Elliow_Lane, Marietta
A' I RATEPTIL for past favors Y would rem t•
i s. 3("my thanks to my numerouifrieuils and pa
trons.and ,iiiifo; l l\ Chem that I still continue the
old business attlie dld stand,• where will
;‘leased to see them at all times, and having a
lull acid splendi'd 'assoitment of -
CLOTITS,. CASSIMERES & "ir ESTINGS,
which will•be made up to order at-the she Hi. 3
notice by-the beat of workmen; and on reasonL , -
big terms, I would be pleased, therefore, to
un my old customers and all who see t nropei
t o . patroli iZe, me' hereafter. f 0ct.29- ob.
BETWEEN SIXTH AND SEVENTH STREETS
L.O€UIS, MiSS OUR L
ESPECIAL ATTENTION TO
DyspeNia, Consumption, Liver Complaint,
Diarrhea, Riles, &c., and all
Da. W. will send his Theory of. Chronic Di..-
.eases,:forffi,cents, to pre-pay postage.
Syrriptotn listpfor RAT disease, forwarded.
Medieines.,forwarded to any post offi -, .
in the •Uritted7States: Post Office Box, 3092.
St. Louis,-Auk ust 1, 1863.-Iy.
A MERICAN HOTEL,
Located on Chestnut street, opposite the
OLD STATE Ho I TSE,
and in close Fly . wsimityto the principal Jobbing
and Tniporthag Houses, Banks, Custom House,
and places _of amusements. The City Cara
man be taken at the door (or within a square)
Poi any depot In the City. The House hat
been, reno,4led and refitted.
WYATT & HEULINGS,
EVVI; large and selectedstock if
ti l itijf,je - welry of the latest, patterns from tUe
beAtiactories in therntrt ,pan be found at
Corner of Coder Squeere rind "North 'Queen
YEA'S . REFINES 11;ARENA,
I j•Prepaml-frorcrlilaize, or lodityn Corn, for
lina7 214966: el'of Ifalb at ' •
• • - 1 " L. FVEN BAC lI'S.