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SATURDAY, JULY 8, 1865
or Ser. John McNair will preach in
zoc'e church on Sunday morning.
T e n DAM= PIC4IIO :—.At an early
bo a on Tuesday morning, could be seen,
to io, a crowd of both sexes, wending
their way to the Atheneum Building,
4 , v ily laden with "good things for the
poor men u" piled in baskets, buckets,
ce tram churns and all endless train of
r 'O, composing the "make up" of the
tbeneum Fourth of July Basket Pic
io, At 9 o'clock the party embarked
st the Picot warehouse wharf, on board
of one of the ferry flats (and we will here
remark that a more lovely looking group
of God's fair creatures never decked - a
flatboat) for the York county shore ;
once on the other side, the party wee
led a few yards up the hill to a fine flat
f ground, where, a few days before, a
subetantial and large dancing platform,
and music stand had been erected ; a
long table for the viands ; seats for the
married and eingle ; little hiding places
swept oat and seats for two only erected,
intended for luvyers (and be assured
there was a good representation of that
class); the old and lurid spring cleaned
out, and, indeed, everything that could
be thought of to make a hot day pleas
ant and cool. Scarcely had Keifer, with
his five assistants, time to puff and blow,
or lugging themselves and Schmled's
ig fiddle" up the bill, until some
anxious ones longed to hear , a "saw on
Fuesey's entrails." Of the music we
seed not epeak,—enough that some gen
tlemen of the "olden time," and their
dames, quid not remain•quiet under its
charming strains, but set a-part a portion
tithe platform for their especial use to
t o m Upon the arrival of the party
at the platform—which, by the way, was
large enough to comfortably dance four
cotillions—the following committees
were appointed to co-operate in bringing
about anything that would tend to the
general comfort and pleasure of all.:
Master of Ceremonies, Col. W. 11.
Eagle, assistants, Samuel Mussleman,
P. L. Baker; Finance committee, Hen
ry S. Trout, 8. C. Hiestand, John W.
Rich, Joseph 14. Sul tzbacb, J. S. Strick
ler; Police committee, Capt. Chas. R.
Grosh, A. Fuller Crane, Dr, Henry
'Landis, John Spangler, W. H. Sultz
barb, Geo. V. Horn ; Music committee,
Jacob E, lireybill, A. Hiestand Ulatz,
C. N, Haldeman, Jos. Strickler, C.
Hostetter; Refreshments, all the mar.
tied persona present.• With this ar-
rageweat everything "started-in," and
indeed ended, to the complete satisfac
tion of all. The dancing was kept up
briskly all day, notwithstanding the in
tense heat, although the large, high trees
all around served to completely shade
the platform, At 12, noon, a sumptuous
repast of cold meats, tongue, (and
Heaven knows there was no scarcity of
live tongue) cakes, pies, ice cream, can
ned fruits, with a little mixing of "whin
key.tea," claret, bourdeaux, home-made
currant wine, together with the finest
Adam's ale "on draught." At 3 o'clock,
cakes and ice cream; 6 tea; 8 cakes
and ice cream. About dusk three large
"nigbt•hawks" or boat lanterns were lit
and hung upon the trees overhanging
the platform, but the appearance of a
shower, made a hasty "pack-np" neces
sary. We arrived home without acci
dent of anykiod, just as a kind of water
can sprinkling was descending. Thus
passed one of the most pleasant Nation
al holidays within oar recollection.
fir Botcher Ben. Grove, of Maytown,
lama to know the cause of what he
considers something truly wonderful,
viz: that for once within his recollec
tion of over thirty years, all the tailors,
hatters, shoemakers, masons, &e., of
Marietta, were sober and at work on the
toning of the sth day of July. We
cannot answer Mr. G's. question bat
John Bell, tailor, does ; he says : "By
Jabers the town's reformed and long it
has needed it 1" It was, we understand,
—for we spent the fourth in old demo
cratic (oh we beg pardon of the loyal—
we meant to have said copperhead)
York county—the most quiet and ord
erly fourth passed within the "recollec
tion of the oldest inhabitant" of our
town. Our prayer is, "may it ever be
ar. an°. Hieetand, about 25 years
ago, a resident of this place, died very
suddenly in Lancaster. He was found
!ling on his back, with his clothes on,
across the bed, at a hotel, where he had
seen stopping a day or two, on Thursday
lemming last. The landlord says he re
tired early, in apparent good health.
The examining surgeon pronounced the
cause of death, apoplexy.
la Dr. George N. Eckert, formerly
of the firm of Eckert & Myers, of "Don
etttl Furnace," at the lower end of
/hPb* died at hie residence in Phil
a, on Wednesday, June 28th,
e g a d 61 years. Dr. Eckert filled, during
his life, n number of important political
far One of Mason & Hamlin's Oabi
net Organs can be seen at Harry Wolfe's.
Mr. Duffield, agent for Mr. Gould, of
P hiladelphia, is in toin offering for sale
Pianos, Melodeons and Orme. *
Tun BOUNTY LAIN :—The Supreme
Court decision on the Bounty Law is
announced. Justices Agnew, Strong
and Reed sustaining the constitutionali
ty of the law, whilst copperheads Wood.
ward and Thompson dissent. This was
not at all unexpected. The bench
stood the same on the Legal-tender
question. Had the law not been sus
tained destruction and ruin would have
been brought upon thousands of persons
who loaned their hard-earned money i to
sustain their country in her greatest
time of need. Justice Agnew, who de
livered the opinion of the court, says
that beyond all doubt the Legislature
possessed the power to enact a law to
confer upon these municipalities the au
thority to borrow money, issue bonds for
the same, and levy taxes to pay the in
terest debt, on the ground that the pay
ment of bounties, relieving persons from
compulsory military service, clearly in
volved the public welfare, and was not
merely a transaction for the benefit of
an individual. The opinion is long, able,
and incontrovertible, and ought forever
put to the blush the minority of the
court who, upon no question involving
the common interests of the country,
growing out of , the rebellion, that we re
member, have given an opinion to sus
tain the country.—lt is fortunate that
we have upon the bench of our highest
court a majority of loyal men of the
highest character, in whose hands all
constitutional questions which they may
be called upon to decide, may be repos
ed with perfect confidence.
The Bounty Tax collector of the Bo
rough has had some difficulty not only
with copperheads, but pretended loyal
men too, in collecting this tax, upon the
plea that the Bounty Law was unconsti
tutional. This decision will, we suppose
"knock the wind out of their sails."
®' It will be remembered that some
time since Dr. Hinkle initiated a move
ment in this place, to get up a fund for
a Lincoln monument, or, if snfficient
could not be obtained to erect a monu
ment here, to contribute the amount
raised to the Washington city monument
funi The letter presented below, from
treasurer Riggs, explains the where
abouts of this fund
Washington, June 30, 1865.
Franklin Hinkle, Esq.,
Dear Sir :—I have received your favor
orthe 29th instant, with cheek on Balti
more for Fifty-three dollars and 25 cts.,
contributed by the citizens of the Bo
rough of Marietta to the Lincoln Na
tional Monument association.
your obedient servant,
Gno: W. Rraas,
Treasurer L. N. M. Association
sir Ditlenbach has just returned from
Philadelphia with a new lot of goods,
which he is prepared to sell at reduced
es - The Lancaster post office has
been included in the money order system.
It goes into operation on Monday.
Dr. Hinkle bas for sale the cele
brated Pratt -preserving solution. See
Oa the 3d instant, at the house of the
bride's parents, by Rev. William Mat.
thias, Mr..Elexander B. Foster to Miss
Elizabeth, a younger daughter of Mr.
Abraham Eisenbarger, all of Marietta.
On the sth instant, at the house of Dr.
G. W. Worrall, by the same, Captain
Samuel G. Miller, to Miss Christiana
Duffy, all of Marietta.
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female ; the causes and treatment of diseases;
the marriage customs of the world ; how to
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curious book for curious people, and a good
book for every one. It contains 400 pages, 100
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tent free to any address. Books may be had
at the book stores, or will be sent by mail,
post paid, on receipt of price. Address,
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MATRIMONIAL. Lathes and Gentlemen :
If you wish to marry you can do so by addres
sing me. I will send you, without money and
without price, 'valuable information, that will
enable you to marry happily, and speedily, ir
respective of age, wealth or beauty. This in
formation will cost you nothing and if you wish
to marry, I will cheerfully assist you. All
letters strictly confidential. The desired in
formation sent by return mail, and no reward
asked. Please enclose postage or stamped en
velope, addressed to yourself. Address,
SARAH B. LAMBERT, Greenpoint, Kings Co.,
Tut BRIDAL CHAMBEa...-A rote of Win:l
ing and advice to those suffering with Seminal
Weakness, General Debility, or Premature
Decay, from whatever cause produeed. Read,
ponder, sad reflect ! Be wise in time.
Sent FREE to any address, for the benefit
of the afflicted. Sent by return mail. Ad
dress JAMEII S. BUTLER, 429 Broadway, N. Y.
111P"A gentleman cured of Nervous Debility,
Premature Decay, and the effects of youthful
indiscretion, will be happy to furnish others
with the means of cure—free of charge. This
remedy is simple, safe and certain. For full
particulars, by return mail, please address
Jon B. Montt, 60 Nassau-et., N. I'.
OLD EYES XADE Nnw.--s1 pamphlet di
resting how to speedily restore sight and give
up spectacles, without aid of doctor or medi.
clue. Sent by mail, free, on receipt of TED
cents. Address, E. B. Foozz, D ,
feb443m) 1130-BiolAwayr)-10. T. •
Or THE CONDITION Or THE FIRST NATION
AL BANK OF MARIETTA,•PA.,
On the morning of the first Monday of
Notes and Bills discounted, . $138,477:22
Banking House, 3,800:00
Current expenses, . 147;08
Remittances and other cash items, 272:06
Due from the following National
First Nat. Bnk, Phila. 10,764:04
‘ 6 " " New• York, 3,932467
6 C C 6 " Baltimore, 575:26
" " " Lancaster, 144:76
Harrisburg National Bank, 2,889:11
First Nat. Bank, Weal Cheater, 908:92
Due from other Banks as follow a :
Jay Cooke at Co., Phil% 11,652:71
Clarkson 4 Co., 2,227:15
Assistant Treas. U. S., Phil's, 25,000:0'0
U. S. bonds deposited with U.
S. Treasurer to secure cir
culating notes, 110,000
U. S. bonds to secure deposits, 43,000
U. S. bonds on hand, 400
Other U. S. securities, 21,000:00
Cash on hand in circulating
notes of other National
Cash on hand in cfronlating
notes of State Banks
Capital Stock paid in, $100,000:00
Surplus fund, 18,586:74
Circulating notes received from
Individual deposits, 191,780:48
United States deposits, 7,637:79
Dividends .unpaid, 1,285:00
Due the following National Banks:
First Nat. Bank, Mount Joy, 390:31
Columbia National Bank, 861:56
Farmers' Nat Buk, Lancaster, 1,269:44
Nat. Bank of Middletown, 589:64
First Nat. Bank, Columbia, 340:50
a a a Wrightsville, 222:78
Manheim National Bank, 146:38
Due the following State Banks
Dauphin Deposit Bank, Harrisburg, 377:47
1, Amos Bowman, Cashier of The First Na
tional Bank of Marietta, Penna., do solelmly
swear that the above statement is true to the
best of my knowledge and belief.
Amos Bowmarr, Cashier.
State of Pennsylvania,
County of Lancaster.
Sworn to and subscribed before me this 3rd
day of July, 1865. J. AUXER. T. P.
J. R. DIFFENBACH;
HAVING RE-TAKEN HIS OLD STAND,
Would announce to the public that nothing
shall be left undone to sell goods cheap, and
keep up an excellent assortment of every
thing in the
-rc:)cer - 57
Hs has just returned from the Cities, where
he selected a stock of fashionable
SPRING 4r SUMMER !.ODDS,
For Ladies and Gentlemen's wear,
WHICH HE WILL SELL CHEAP FOR
41C.A1L..1111E-1 - ap
Having purchased exclusively FOR CASH
will enable him to sell cheaper than goods are
usually sold. All goods will be marked
At the Lowest Cash Figure.
R3-Country Produce taken in exchange for
goods. [May 12, 1561.
' , Coming events cast their Shadows before."
frhe approaching collapse of the Rebellion
I is already fully anticipated in the great
decline of rnerchandize.
Are now selling at
SrAsior.En & RICH'S
At very greatly reduced prises. And the
styles are much prettier than any the. Manu
facturers have produced since the beginning
of the war.
FRANKLIN OIL AND REAL ESTATE
CO. OF VENANGO COUNTY, PA.
I Office, 1136 Market-st.. Philadelphia,
June 23, 1862.
Tha Board of Directors have declared a div
idend of 3 per cent on the Capital Stock for the
quarter ending July Ist. The Transfer Rooks
will close on FRIDAY, JUNE 23d, at three
o'clock, P. M., and open on SATURDAY,
JULY Ist. WM. M. HARVEY,
47-2 ti Secretary.
CAUTON :—Public Notice is hereby given
that my wife. ANNA, has left my bed
and board without just cause, and the public
is cautioned against harboring of trusting her
on my account as I will pay no debts of her
contracting. JOHN A. CARPENTER.
Marietta, July 1, 1865.
ItETTERS REMAINING unclaimed in the
Poet Office at Marietta, Pa., Tnuneriav,
y• 6, 1565.
Barnes, George Krater,
Boalinger, Jacob Keith, Peter
Conbey, George Loner, Daniel
Crouk, Mr. S, El, Lawrence Elmira 2
Conant Mrs. Ellen Owen, Mrs.
Eckert, John Risser, Joseph
Bunker, Elizabeth Stiles, Amos • 2
Franklin, John Theieinger, Wilhelm
Holley, Elmer L. Weir,Mies Amanda 2
Hiestand, Andrew Yonging, Hiram
10- To obtain any of these letters, the ap
plicant must call for "advertised letters," give
the date of this Bat, and-pay one cent for ad
vertising. ABRAHAM CASSEL, P. M.
SPEAR'S FRUIT PRESERVING SO
LUTION. This solution is warranted, if
rightly applied, to prevent the decomposition
of any kind of fruit, and preserve it in a per
fectly fresh and wholesome condition for
years. It contains nothing which le injurious
to health, or objectionable in articles of diet.
The fruit retains its firmness and is equal to
any sealed. It is a liquid ; each bottle con
tains sixoen ounces and will preserve one
hundred and fifty pounds of fruit and retails
at $1 per bottle.
For sale at Dr. Rinkle'a
BLINDNESS, DEA FNMA and CATARRH.
treated with the utmost success, by DR,
J. ISAACS, Oculist and Aurist, (formerly of
Leydon, Holland,) N 0.519 PINE street, Phil
adelphia. Toatimonials from the most relia
ble sources in the City and Country can. be
seen at his office. The medical faculty are
invited to accompany their patients;, as he hoe
no secrets in his practice. ARTIFICIAL
EYES, inserted without pun. No charge
made for examination. [ jan. 28-Iy.
QT. MOM AND NEW RNGLAND RUM
,for eurtniny purposes, 'warranted garinini
11. D. liiintiansits;
cfc (T. Gahm,
Corner of North Queen-St., and Centre
Square, Lancaster, Pa.
Clocl e 7
; EIGHT DAY AND 30 HOUR,
- • t 2 IN GREAT VARIETY, AND FROM
THE BEST FACTORIES.
SPECTACLES in every style of
frame, and with glasses to suit
any who need artificial aid. We have twen
ty years experience in this business.
Spoons, Forks, Butter Knives, &c , stamped
with our name and warranted standard.
The best platedware in the United States.
We warrant our beat Table ware—Spoons,
Forks, &c.,—to wear ten years in daily use.
Rings, Pins, Sleeve Buttons, Studs and a va
riety of every article in this line.
Hair Jewelry made , to order. Two hundred
styles, or samples, constantly on band.
la — Repairing of Watches, Clocks, Specta
cles.or Jewelry, done neatly and promptly.
H. L. 4. E. J. ZAHM,
Corner North Queen Street and Centre Square,
EAGLE PETROLEUM COMP'NY
VENANGO COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA.
CAPITAL STOCK, - - - $50,000.
NUMBER OF SHARES, 200,000.
Subscription Price, 2i Cents per Share,
iteseitdCapital, 80, 000
Office of the Company, at J. A. Bigler 6^
Co's Banking House, Harrisburg.
B. FRANK CHANDLER, Harrisburg
JACOB LIBHART, JUN.,
A N D
ITOULD most respectfully take
this method of informing the cit
izens of Marietta and the public in
general, that, having laid in a lot of
seasoned Lumber, is now prepared to
manufacture all kinds of
in every style and variety, at short notice.
He has on hand a lot of Furniture of his own
manufacture, which for fine finish and good
workmanship, will rival any City make.
Especial attention paid to repairing.
He is also now prepared to attend, in all its
branches the UNDERTAKING business, be
ing supplied with an excellent Berge, large
and small Biers, Cooling Box, &c.
COFFINS finished in any style—plain
Ware Room and Manufactory, near Mr.
Duffy's new building, near the " Upper-Sta
tion," Marietta, Pa. [Oct. 2.2.
• S. S. RATHVON,
Merchant Tailor, and Clothier,
At F'. J. Kramph's,Old Stand, on the Cor
ner of North Queen and Orange
Streets, Lancaster, Penn'a.
GATES 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 circumstances, no
efforts will be spared in rendering a satisfactory
equivalent for every act of confidence reposed.
CLOTHS, CASSIHERES 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.
ALBO, - --BEADY-HADE CLOTHING,
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goonds
and such articles as usually belong to a Ma
chant Tailoring and Clothing establishment.
S UMMER RATS!
The undersigned have Just received a beau
tiful assortment of all styles of
A SILK, CAPRERA,
rr Our friends in the County are invited
to call and examine our assortment.
SHULTZ ,3m BROTHER,
NO. SO NORTH QUEEN STREET,
A LEXANDER LYNDSAY, Arm
Boot and Shoe Manufacturer,
MARKET STREET, MARIETTA, PENN.
Would most respectfully inform the citizens
of this Borough and neighborhood that he has
the largest assortment of City made work in
his line of business in this Borough, and be
ing a practical BOOT AND SHOE MAKER
himself,is enabled to select with more judgment
than those who are not. He continues to man
ufacture in the very best manner everything
in the BOOT AND SHOE LINE, which he
will warrant for neatness and good fit.
13—Call and examine his stock before pur
h ailing elsewhere.
JOHN BELL. Merchant Tailor,
Cor. of Market-at., and Elbow Lane, Marietta
' - ----- -
f".l RATEFUL for past favors I would return
Urnay,thanks to my numerous friends and pa
trons and inform them that I still continue the
old business at the old stand, where I will be
pleased to see them at all times, and having a
full, turd splendid assortment of ,
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES & VESTIVGS,
which will be made up to order at the shortes
notice by the best of workmen, and on reasona
ble terms, I would,pe pleased, therefore, to wait
upon my old customers and all who see proper
to patronize me hereafter. (0ct.29-'66.
First National Bank of Marietta.l
THIS BANKING ASSOCIATION
Bevis° COMPLETED. ITS ORGANIZATION
is now prepared to unmet all kinds of
The Board of . Directors meet weekly, on
Wednesday, for discountand other business.
9:9•Datelc Hours : ROM 9A.Xto3 P. It •
JOHN HOLLINGER, Pszeiezur.
AMOS BOWMAN, Cashier.
American and Swiss Watches
IN GOLD AND SILVER CASES.
SHARES, or $20,000
COL. WILLIAM H. EAGLE,
of Lancaster County, Pa.
JOHN A. BIGLER, Harrisburg, Pa
William H. Eagle, Marietta.
R. I. Sloan, Alexandria, Virginia,
Col. S. B. Thomas, Harrisburg,
Abm. H. Mussleman, Marietta,
James H. Smith, Franklin, Pa.,
James J. Martin, Philadelphia.
Win. H. Trump, Philadelphia,
J. T. Carroll, New York.
DAVID ROTH, Agent, Marietta
which we are prepared to sell at the
MOST REASONABLE TERMS.
U. S. 7-30 LOAN!
6230 000 000 .
By Authority of the Secretary of the Tress-
ury, the undersigned, the General Subscription
Agent for the sale of United States Securities,
offers to the public the third series of
bearing Seven-and-Three-Tenths per centnrn
interest per annum, known as the
1 7-30 .T...c)lstaa..
These Notes are issued under date of July
16, 1865, and are payable three years from that
date, in currency, or are convertible at the op
tion of the holder into
U. S. 5-20 SIX PER CENT
GOLD BEARING BONDS.
These Bonds are now worth a handsome
premium, and are exempt, as are all the Goy
ernment Bonds, from State, County, and Mu
nicipal taxation, which adds from one to three
per cent. per annum in their value, according
to the rate levied on other property. The in
tereet is payable semi-annually.by coupons at
tached to each note, which may be cut off and
sold to any bank or banker
The interest at 7.30 per cent. amounts to
One cent per day on a
Two cents " " "
T en U 0, it
20 it it CC tg
$1 gt it CC 44
Notes of all the denominations named wi
be promptly furnished on receipt of subecrip
The Notes of this Third Series are . precisely
similar in form and privileges to the Seven
Thirties already sold, except that the Govern
ment reserves to itself the option of paying in
terest in gold coin at 6 per cent. instead of 7.
3-10ths in currency, Subscribers will deduc
the interest in currency up to July 15th, at
the time when they subscribe.
The delivery of the notes of this third series
of the Seven-thirties will commence on the
Ist of Jime, and will be made promptly and
continuously after that date.
The slight change made in the conditions of
this THIRD SERIES affects only the matter
of interest. The payment in gold, if made,
will be eqinvalent to the currency interest of
the higher rate.
The return to specie payments, in the even
of which only will the option to pay intact
n Gold be availed of, would so reduce and
equalize prices that purchases made with six
per cent. in gold would be fully equal to those
made with seven and three-tenths per cent. in
This is the only Loan in Market
now offered by the Government, and its superi
or advantages make it '
The Great Popular Loan of the People.
Less than $230,000,000 of the Loan au
thorized by the last Congress are now in the
market. This amount at the rate at which it
is being absorbed, will all be subscribed for
within two months, when the notes will, un
doubtedly command a premium, as has uni
formly been the case on closing the subscrip
tions to other Loans.
In order that citizens of every town • and
section of the country may be afforded facili
ties for taking the loan, the National Banks,
State Banks, and Private Bankers throughout
the country have generally agreed to receive
subscriptions at par. Subscribers will select
their own agents, in'whom they have confi
dence, and who only are to be responsible for
the delivery of the notes for which they re-
SIIBSCNIIPTTON AGENT, Philadelphia.
Sebecriptlane will be received by
The First National Bank of Marietta
eliangq4 iaaahaaet , eohtpang.
Columbia, Lancaster. County, Penn'a,
Capital and Assets, $4/9,9170:80.
THIS Company continues to insure Build
ings,, Merchandise, and other property,
against loss and damage by fire, on the mutual
plan, either for a cast premium cr premium
FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT.
Whole amount insured, 0,027,020:68
Amt of premium
Bal. cash premium,
Jan'y 1,1364, 3,754:47
Cash receipts in 1864,
less fees and com
Losses and expenses
paid in 1864, $22,794:89
Balance of Capital
and Assets, Jan
uary lat, 1665, 429,920:80
A. S. GREEN, Nitstnracr,
GEORGE YOUNG, Jr., secretary.
MICHAEL S. SHUMAN, Treasurer.
Samuel Shock, William Patton,
Robert T. Ryon, John W. Steacy, -
John Fendrich„ George Young, Jr.
H. G. Miniek, Nicholas M'Donak,
Samuel F. Roes kin, Michael S. Shuman,
Amos S. Green. S. C. Staymaker ,
Edmund Spering. [xi-33
tifii o ll mop%
to Crull's old stand, Market-a., Marietta.
[WITH D. HANAUER,J •
Men's and Boy's Clothing,
® HATS AND CAPS, 011,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
and Gentlemen's Furnishing Gdods,
IN GREAT VARIETY
P. 8.. would take this opportunity to inform
the citizens of Marietta and the public gener
ally that luiving opened this establishment Air
apermanent business, only asks a fair trial,
being determined not to be undersold by any.
Can and see ginadi and learuithiOricie.
Marjettal Jlin n. :1865. 'is.tt
For Non-Retention or incontinence of Urine,
Inilamation or Ulceration of the Bladder or
Kidaeya, Diseases of the Prostrate Gland,
Gravel, Brickdust deposits, Dropsical Swell
ings, Organic Weakness, Debility, Female
Will radically exterminate from the system
Diseases arising from habits of dissipation, at
little expense, little or no change of diet, no in
convenience or exposure; completely impel -
seding those unpleasant and dangerous remedies
Copabia and Mercury, in curing these diseases.
In all diseases of the Urinary Organs, whether
existing in male or female, from whatever
nose originating, and no matter of how long
standing. It is pleasant in its taste and odor,
immediate in action, and more strengthening
than any of the preparations of bark or iron.
Those suffering from broken down or deli
cate constitutions, procure the remedy at
The Reader must be aware that howevee
slight may be the attack of the above diseas
es, it is certain to affect his bodily health,
mental powers and happiness. If no treat
ment is submitted to, Consumption or Insani
ty may ensue.
All the above diseases require the aid of a
Compound Fluid Extract
For purifying the blood, removing all discos
es arising from excess and imprudence in life,
chronic constitutional diseases arising from an
impure state of the blood, and the only reli.
able and effectual known remedy for the cure
of Scrofula, Scald Head, Salt Rheum, Pains
and Swelling of the Bones, Ulcerations of the
Throat and Lege, Blotches, Pimples on the
Face, Tetter, Erysipelas, and all scaly erup
'tions of the skin, and beautifying the complex
Of the worst disorders that afflict mankind
arise from the corruption that accumulates in
the Blood. Of all the discoveries that have
been made to purge it out, none can equal in
Compound Extract of Sarsaparrilla.
It cleanses and renovates the Blood, instils'
the vigor of HEALTH into the system,
and purges out the humor. which make dis
ease. It stimulates the healthy functions of
the body, and expels the disorders that grow
and rankle in the Blood. Such a remedy,
that could be relied on, has long been sought
for, and new, for the first time, the public
have one on which they can depend. Our
space here does not admit of certificates to
show its effects, but the trial of a single bat
tle will show to the sick that it has virturs
surpassing anything they have ever taken.
Two tablcspooneful of the Extract of Sorsa
panlla, added to a pint of water, is equal to
the. Lisbon Diet Drink, and one bottle is equal
to a gallon of the Syrup of Sarsaparilla, or
the decoction as usually made.
The above Extracts are prepared on purely
scientific principles—in Vecuo—and embody
the full strength of the ingredients entering in
to t'ieir composition. A ready and conclusive
test will be a comparison of their properties
with those set forth in the U.S. Dispensato
HOW TO USE THE REMEDIES
In diseases of the Blood, Humors on the
Face, or any and every part of the body, use
Extract Sarsaparilla, applying to Pimples and
all external Humors or Eruptions, the Im
proved Rose Wash.
Use the Extract Buchu for all diseases re
quiring the aid of a Diuretic, except those of
the Urinary Organs, such as Gonorrhma and
Gleet ; in these use the Extract Buchu and in
ject with the Improved Rose Wash.
1139. These extracts have been admitted to
use in the United States Army, and also are
in very general use in all the state hospitals
and public institutions throughout the land,
as well as in private practice, and are consid
ered as invaluable remedies.
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