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/1111 E FERTILIZERS prepared by the /4%-
1_ .ricultural_ Chemical Company, ,[ a eara
pantrblitirtered by the legislatuie of -Pennsyl
vania with a capital of $25k000,] have been
proved in practice to be the cheapest, most
profitable and best, for the Farmer, Gardener
and Fruit Grower, of all concentrated ma
nures now offered in any market. The Com
pany's list embraces the following :
PABULETTE. This Fertilizer is composed
of night soil and the fertilizing elements of
urine combined, chemically and mechanically
with other valuable fertilizing agents and ab
It is reduced to a pulverized condition, rea
dy for immediate use, and without lose of its
highly nitrogenous fertilizing properties.
Its universal application to all crops and
soils, and its durability and active qualities,
are well known to be all that agriculturists
CHEMICAL COMPOST. This Fertilizer
is largely composed of animal Matter,
such as meat, bone, fish, leather, hair and
wool, together with chemicals and inorganic
fertilizers, which , decompose the mass, and re-
Min the nitrogenous elements.
It is a very valuable fertilizer for field crops
generally, and, especially for potatoes, and
Its excellent quAlities, strength and cheap
ness, have made it very popular with all who
have used 'it.
COMPOSITE" FERTILIZER. This' high
ly phosphatic fertilizer, is particulurly
adapted for the cultivation of Trees, Fruits,
Lawns and Flowers. It will promote a
very vigorous and healthy growth of wood and
Mit, and largely increase the qUantity and
perfect the. maturity of , the fruit. For hot
house and household, plants and , flowers, it
will be found ann' indispensable ' article to se—
cure their greatest perfection. It will prevent
and zure diseaaed - conditions of the peach and
grape, and,f,s e t xcellent,,for grass and lawns.
It composedof such elements as make it
adapted to the'growth of all kindiof crops in
all kinds Of soils..
The formula or method of combining its
constituent fctrtilizing 'ingredients atn , hate ra
ceived the highest approval ofinent chem
ists and "scientifte'agriculturists:
PHOSPPHOSPHATE OF 1:111E. The Agricultu
ral, Chemical Company manufacture a
of Lithe 'in 'ac'cordance with a new
and valpe i ble forraulaby,whieli a, very supe
zior article is produced, so far as to be afforded
at a lees price than other manufacturers charge.
Practical tests have4proved.that its value, as a
fertilizer, is equal to the best Phosphate of
Lime in the market.
ICS' TERMS CASH.—AII orders of a Ton, or
more, will be delivered et the railroad stations
and the wharves.of adilpment r fieelf7aritage.
Cartage will be charged on all orders of six
barrels or less. One Dollar per Ton allow
ance for cartage will be made on all sales de
livered at the works 'of the - Company, on Ca
AGRICULTURAL CHEMICAL CO.'S WORKS,
At Canal Wharf, on the Delaware.
Office, 413 i ,Arttr St., Phitadephia, Pa.
IL'S. FITTS, General Agent.
The Company's Phamphlet Circular, em
bracing full directions for using the above
Fertilizers, sent by mall free, when requested.
' March 71t 1866-6m]
Original, Genuine and
For the Growth, 'Beauty and Preservation
- 'OF 7HE HAIR.
Price '75 'Oepte Per-Bettie. '.
This prepiratiOri can exhibit living eitidences
of its oreelletice. Sew and read certificate' of
.114 rs. William Sutton--hair,o feet-and one
inch in length--utied Reeves Astriaosza about
twenty months.. Also, certiftchte of Mrs.
FIVE feet in 'length=-being the
Ambrosia 18 months.
MRS WALLACE Et MAXWELL
Her hair is four feet and ten inches in length
—the result of using 'Reeves' Ambrosia about
two fferes.. • •
• • Mrs. ..illazwelPs, Testimonial:
New-York, December:23i 1862.'
Knowing positively that Reeves' AnibrOsia
produced a beautiful head of hair for Mrs.
Lizzie Shepherd, Of 'Brooklyn, New-York, I
was induced, thereby, to use it thoroughly. I
need,ed,sproething,for turhair,itc. being , AMA
and thin; bad used one half-dozen' bottles
when I could ,plainly notice an increase in its
length, strength and beauty. An experience
of about two years has proved a complete
success., My ,haii is , now, by measurement,
four fed ten inches in length, reaching nearly
to the &Mr. I have allowed my photograph
to proclaim the merits of
REEVES' AIIBROSIA,to the WORLD.,
4rs. ALLAe,E E. MAXWELL.
Alt enterprising' Diugyiets have theie
Pkotographs and keep for sale
' REEVES' AMBI OSIA
ATIS CENTS PER BOTTLE.
!CrPrincipal Depot, Fulton4t., N. Y.
.For Wein Marietta by DR. HINKLE.
- pwramcvs CLOTH ES WRINGER..
No WOODW,Ont To. SWELL OR SPLIT,
No 7.hunlb-aerews to get out of order:
Warranted with or witb-out
It took the First 'Premium at Fifty-seven
State and Comity Fairs in 1804, and is, with
out an exc'eption,:the best Wringer ever made.
Patented, in the, United ,States, England,
Canada, and Australia. 4gents wanted,: in
Energetic agents can make froni 3 to 10
Dollars per day.
WHAT EVERYBODY KNOWS, viz•;
That Iron well galvanized will not rust;
That a simple machine is better than a Cora
That a Wringer should be sett-adjusting,
durable, and efficient ;
That Thumb-Screws, and Fastenings cause
delay and t; ouble to regulate and keep in order ;
That, wood soaked in hot water will .swell,
shrink and split:;
That wood bearings for the shaft to run in
Thit the Putnam Wringer, with . or without
cog-wheels, will not tear the clothes; •
That cog-wheeLregulators are not essential ;
That the Putnam Wringer- has all the ad
vantages, and , not one of the disadvantages
That all who:havp . tested it, pronounce it
the best Wringei ever_. made;
That it will wring anything from a thread
to a bed quilt without alteration;
We might fill the paper with testimonials,
but insert onlyin 'few to convince the skepti
cal, if such there be ; -and 'we say to.all, test
Test it thoroughly witliany and.ALL others,
and if not entirelY 'satisfactory, return it.
Putnam Manufacturing Co: '
Gitscrx.rainte : , licnowiyorapracticateaperi
mice that iron wen;sittuanized'with zinc will not
oxidize- or rust: one particle.. : The, Putnam
Wringir is as near perfect as possible, and I
can cheerfullY 'reset:maid it to bdthe best in use.
Respectfully yours. • ,1 •; •
Many vears'' experience in the galvanizing
business enable me to indorse the above state
trientalecKigtativ ... 1 ,
.Niiiouivietivairtmoufa rs t t - 1 M
W,ejtay..9 teAtect,p,ijnkm's . ..,cOst a ringer
by Vatticill . Wilifilki ii - Mi YAW Wilt it will
litsw* AI is cheap:i it iiit@infitlt t -iv reli uiv es no
. ram; 'aihether lit *Orb a o ilst-ii ris iV an
, aperate it 4 . it; does its,rigypthorouglityA it
;tlayiks time-liiiiijii saVes if, And iin4r` , : We
Cibrostly advise all who have 10#71 11 04t i ling
t.i:l444: L WigHall -intelligent " - - 5 1 4. Live
diiil4loX it WriPgeK. ' 17. 'for it"
selfiti : 44 t . riegt..;. ••• - - n l / 4 . , /
'NA, 5 i -. 4 :
. 2 1- f o l6lextaantv.
" PRIV g 4418, gi9;:, 'and 'IMO.
Sample Wringer - sent and express paid on
receipt of price. • -
Manufactured and gold, 'wholesale and Ire-:
fail by the
PUTNAM MANUFACTURING CO.,
No: 13, Platt Street, New York,
L LYONS' PURE OHIO
AND SPARKLING CATAWBA WINES.
EQUAL in QUALITY and Cheaper in price
than the Brandies and Wines of the
For Summer Complaint, Cholera Infantum,
Bowel Complaint, Cramp, Colic and
A sure cure guarrantied, or Me money refunded.
In support of the above statements, are pre
sented the Certificates of Dr. James R. Chilt
on, New-York; Dr. Hiram Cox, Chemical In
spectar, ;• .Dr. James 'll. .Nichols,•Chem
ist, Baton ; Dr. E. N. Jones, Chemical In
spector, Circleville, Ohio •, Prof. C. T. Jackson,
Chemist, Boston; Dr. Charles Upman Shep
ard, Charleston, S. C.; and J. V. Z. Blaney,
and G. A. Mariner, Consulting Chemist, Chi
cago, all of whom have anylyzed the Catawba
Brandy, and commend it in the highest terms,
for medicinal use.
When evaporated through clean linen it lets
no oil or offensive matter. In every respect
it is a PURE spirituous liquor. The oil which
gives to this Brandy its flavor and aroma, is
wholly unlike fusil or gfain oil. Its odor par
takes of both the fruit and oil of grapes. With
acids it produces ethers of a • high fragrance.
The substitution of this Brandy for .Ccignac
Brandy will' do away with the manufacture of
FICTITIOUS spirits , sold under this name bath
at'home and abroad; Respectfully, • '
A. A. H4v.Es, I).,,S;tate Assayer,.
By THE sAstE, IN 1864.
I have analysed " L.-Lyons!. Pure Catawba
Brandy," with reference to its composition and
char/tete; being the same as that' prodhced in
past ears. A sample taken from, ten casks
afforded the same results with regard to puri
ty ; a Blightlfincreased amount Of the' princi
pie on, which its flavor depends was determin
ed by comparison with former samples.
Theindications of analysis show that this
Brandy is produced by, the same process as
most of the imported Brandy.
Respectfully,,. A. A. A. , HAYES, M. D.,
State Assayer, 1 . 6 Boykston-st.
Boston July SO; 1864 *" • [Mies.
MANUFACTURED ONLY BY
H. H. JACOB & CO,
[To Whom-allrorders should' be addiesied].
3m] Haror, 91 Liberty-Bt., New-York.
THE PMENIX . PECTORIL ;
or, Compound Syrup of Wild Cherry
' and Seneka Sndke RoOt,
1 1 1 3g_roa,t' (Ye:, iLikl:±f.g",S,
Such, as Colde,' Cough's, — Cronp,'Asthina,
, Bronchitis, Catarrh, Sore Throat,
Hoarseness, Whooping Cough, 6-e.-
_ ITS TIMELY USE WILL PREVENT .
And even where this fearful disease bits taken
hold it will afford greater relief ,thair any
Miss Kate Vanderslice of Pottsville,'O sari :
."I was benefited more by, using the. ; Phoenix
Pectoral than any other medicine I ever used."
Elias Oberholtzer, or Lionville,' - Chester
county, was cured of a cough of.many ; years'
standing by using the Phcenik Pectoral.
• Joseph Lukens, of liall.streetiPhcenixville,
certifies that he was cured of a,cough of, two
`Vella' standing, *hen all Otfier'reedicines had
failed, bathe use of. the Phcenixßectoral.
Jacob Powers certifies that he has sold hun
dreds of bottles of the Phoenix" Pectoral; 'and
that all who usedbear testimony. of its
wohderful•effecta in Miring congts.
John- Boyer, editor 'of the Independent
Phenix, having used it, has no hesitation in
pronouncing it a complete remedy for cough,
hoarseness and irritation in the throat.
The West Chester Jeffersonian says : "We
have known Dr. Oberlioltzer personally a
number of years, and it gives pa the greater
pleasure to recommend his medicines, inas
much as the &bile rarely Lave 'the:benefit of
&May medicines prepared by a physician of
his acquirements and experience:. .
Dr. Qberhol4er is a member of ,the, Alumni
of the Medics& Depirttheih of the Uhiversity
of Pennsylvania, at, which institution he grad
uated in 18d4."
The Reading Gazette saYs: '"This cough
remedy is made by Dr. L. Oberholtzer, of
Phinnixvil le, Pa., and it has acquired an un
surpassed reputation in curing colighs; It is
carefully and skillfully prepared from Wild
Cherry - Bark and Seneka Snake knot."
Dr. Geo. B. Wood, Profesiormf the Practice
of Medicine in the .University. of Pennsy-
Viinia, PhysiCian to the Pennsylvania iloiott
al, And one;of the authors of the United States
Dispensatory, attys. of geneka Snake Root :
a lib action is espicially directed to the lungs."
The proptiptor,of,this medicine has so much
- confidence in its curative powers, irom the
testimony of hundreds who have used it, that
the money will be mid back to any purchaser
who is not satisfteaVith ifi effects.
It is so pleasant to _take that children cry
It costs OnIy"TWENT Yq"IVE CENTS
It is intended for only one class of diseases,
namely, those of the Throat and Lungs.
]tom Prepared only by
• 'LEVI OBERHOLTZER, M. D.,
JOHNSTON, HOLLO WAY .& CO W DEN,
No. 23 North Sixth Street, Philadelphia,
—General Wholesale Agents.
—'For sale ifilViarietta by Landis & Trout
and John Jay.Libhart.
The cases, of thisoNatch are an entirely new
invention, composed , of six different metals
.combined,•rolled together and planishe‘roro
ducing an exact imitation. of 18. carat gold,
called Arcane, . which will always keep its
color.—They are as beautiful, as solid gold,
and are afforded at one-eighth the cost. The
case is .beautifully designed with Panel and
shield for name, with Patent Push Pin, and
engraved hi the exact style of the celebrated
Gold Hunting Levers, and are really hand
some and desirable, and so exact an, imitation
of gold as to defy detection. • The movement
is manufactured by the well known St; Jimer
Watch Company of Europei and are superbly
finished, having engraved pallets, fancy carved
bridges, adjusting regulator, with gold balance
and the improved jewelled action, with line
dial and skeleton hands; and is warranted a
good time keeper.
These Watches are of three different sizes,
the smallest being for Ladies, and are all
Hunting Cases. A case of Lim will be sent by
Mail or Express for $125.00. A single one
sent in a handsome Morocco - Case for $25.00 ;
will readily, sell , for three times their cut. We
are sole agents for this watch in the, .United
Statei, and none are 'genuine which do not
bear our Trade mark. Address
GIRARD W. DEVAUGH 4- CO.
3mos. Importers, 15 Maiden Lane,N. Y.
("CHEAP READY-MADE PLOTHING!!
j Having just icturnea from the city with
a nicely selected lot of Ready-made Clothing,
whielythe undersigned is preparedto furnish at
reduced prices; havinglaidin a general assort
ment of men and helve' clothing;which he is
detern inedto:,sell Low,
,Toit_ i cAkri. Hisidock
Consists of bvrai-Cdiiii — DitEssTnOhi AND
;SACK , . COATS, . PANTS,
ROUNDBOUTS, (knit) OVER/lA/ILS, CRAVATS,
DRAWERS, SHIRTS, HOISERT, UNDERSHIRTS,
GLOVES, SUSPENDENS, Everything in the
Furnishing Goods line. Call and examine be
fore purchasing elsewhere. "Everything sold at
inficeeto snit the times. JOHN BELL.
torner of Elbow Lane and Market-St.
next door to Cassel's Store. u
Estate of Joshua Smith E. Brown late of*
the Borough of Marietta decaased.
Letters of administration on said estate hay
ing_been,granted to the undersigned, all per
soneilfdebtedtheretri ire requested VP make
iminedio:fe aelrlerifeet; &nil those having ileitis
or 'densiteds against Elie Same Will present 66/
Settlegtentlo the unders*L
BARR' SPANGLER. •
Marietta, March 17, 1863.
GREAT SALE OF
Watches, Chains, Diamond Rings,
ONE MILLION DOLLARS' WORTH!
TO BE DISPOSED OF AT
ONE DOLLAR EACH 1
Without regord to Value ! .Not to be
paid for until you know what you are to
receive ! ! I
Splendid. List of, Articles ! ! All to be
sold for One Della,- Each I ! I
250 Gents' Gold hunting-case Watches $5O
to $l5O each.
250 Ladies' Gold and Enamelled hunting-case
Watches _ $35 to $7O each.
500 Gents' hunting case. Silver Watches $35
to $7O each.
200 Diainond Rings $5O to $lOO each.
5000 Gold Vest and . Neck Chains $4 to $3O
3000 Gold Oval Band Bracelets 4 to S each.
5000 Jet and Gold Bracelets 6to 10 "
2000 Chatelaine Chains and Guard Chains 5
to 20 each ,
7000 Solitaire and Gold Brooches 4to 10 each
5000 Coral, Opal, and Eme.ald Brooches 4
to 8 each • " ' t
3000 Gold, Cameo, arid Pearl Ear DrOw( '4
to 8 each • ' '
. . .
:5000 Mosaic,let, , ravaitehrWine Ear Drops
4 to 8 each
7500 COril, Opal, and Emerald Ear Drops 4
to 6 each '
4000 California Dianiond Breast-pins 2.50
to 10 each •
3000 Gold Fob and VesoVatch-kess . 2.6 C
`to 8 each • '
4000 Fob and Vest Ribbon-slides 3 toil°
3000 sets Solitaire Sleeve-buttons, Studs, &c.
;5 to ; 8 each _ • !
1000 dbld Thimbles Pdricile . Bm. - 4 - td S'ettih
30000 - 84Miatere Lockets 2:50 to' 10 each
1000 Miniature Lockets, Magic Spring .10 to
40 each •
2000, Gold Toothpicks, CroosOd; ,
eaoo Plain Gold Rings . 4to 10 each
5000,Chased Gold Rings., 4 to II each
10000 California Diamon'Rings to Wench
5100. sets Ladies' Jeweliy— Jet and. Gold' sto
7000 sets Ladies' Jewelry—Cameo, Pearl,
Opal,, and other Stones . .4 ..to 15 each
10000 Gold Pens, Silver extension Holders
and Pencils 4 to 10 each
10000 Gold Pens and Gold mounted Holders
6 to 10 each
5000 Gold Pena and ,Gold Eitension Holden!
15 to 25 each •
5000 Ladies , Gilt and Jet . Buckles •• 5 to 15
5000 Ladies , Gilt and. Jet Hair Bars & Balls
5 to 10. each • •
5000 Silver:Goblets and Drinking Cups . 5
to 50 dollars each
3900 Silver Castors
2000 Silver Fruit, Card, and Cake Baskets 20
to 50 each
5000 dozen Silver Tea Spoons 10 to 20 p. doz.
10000 dozen Silver Table Spoons and Forks
20 to 40 per doz.'
ARRANDALE 81 CO, Manufacturers' Agents,
No. 167 BROADWAY, NEW Y9ILA
Announce that an of the above list of goods
will be sold for One Dollar each.
In cousequence of the great stagninkiv.rof
trade in the haanufacturing districts of tirg nd
through the war having cut off the sulttli tof
cotton, a large quantity of Valuaole J„ea—
originally intended for the English Mitt,
has been sent off for sale in this cnontr* d
must be &Id at any Sacrificed Undet t pirise,
circumstances, ARRANDALE & GO.,4d'irng
as Agents for the principal European iiiiiku
facturers, have resolved ; upon a Grearpft
Distribution, subject to the following regula
tions : ,
Certificates of the various articles are first
put into envelopes, SE aled up, and mixed ; and
when ordered, are taken out without regard
to choice, and sent by mail, thus. giving all a
fair chance. On receipt of the certificate, you
will see what you are to have, and then it is
at your option to send the, dollar and take the
article or. not. Purchasers may thus obtain a
Gold Match, Diamond Ring, or any set of
Jewelry on our list for One DOLLAR.
SEND 25 CENTS FOR CERTIFICATE
In all transactions by mail, we shall charge
for forwarding the' Certificates, paying. postage
and doing the-business, 25 cents each. which
must be enclosed when the Certificate is sent
for. Five Certificates will be sent for $l,
eleven for $2, thirty for $5, sixty-five for 00 3
and a bunared for $l5.
AGENTS.--IWe Want agents in: eVeryregi
menti end in every town and county in the
country, and those acting as "such will be al
lowed 10 cents on every Certificate ordered for
them, provided their remittance amounts to
one dollar. Agents will collect 25 - cents by
every Certificate, and remit 15 cents to us,
either in cash or po.stage stamps.
Address ARRANDALF. CO.,
36-13(.1 167 Broadway, N. Y.
B ROW NIN,G'S Excel_sior Coffee
Whilst trying Coffee of all the various brands.
Remember " BROWNING'S EXCELSIOR"
—at the head it stands.
Trne, it's not like others that are "SOLD
EVER Y WII ERE."
A little stretch, we all do know, good goods
( But a stretch like this—"sold everywhere"—
is very apt to'tear. )
Now, I can solely say, without any hesitation.
There's none like "BROWNING'S EXCEL
SI 0 t" in this enlightened n ation ~.
Skilled chemists have-not found a Coffee from
. • ,
Possessing the same ingredients as "Brown
Nor is there any one; in or out of the Cfiffee
Who knows the articles from.which. "Brown
'ing's ExcelSior's" made,
Pm told - A's made frens barlej.; rye, 'wheat,
beans, and peas ;
Name a thousand other things—but the
RIGHT ONE if youldease.
But with the Coffee-men I Will not hold con
For the many, many things they say—too nn
merous to mention. .
Whilst they're engaged in running round from
store to store
To learn the
,current wholesale., price, of
‘ ,"Browning's Excelsior,"
Some 'Who know my Coffee gives perfectaat
Have formed a plan by which they. hope . to
cause a quick reaction. ,
The case--'tis with' a few ; doubt 'twill be
To name their Cdffee after mine, (BROWN
. ' ING'S) EXCELSIOR." '
Some say iheir'S the only bran , that will
. stand a'ready test:
Now, try a'little of them all—see which 'you
like the best.'
Three y,ears have passed away since I first
• sold a store;
Never havel in your paper advertised before ;
Nor would I now, or ever consent to publish
If like some used by "everybody,"' "sold
everywhere," in "every store:,
A trade like this Ido not wish ; the orders I
could dot fill-;
The factory all Jersey's lanli would take—
. • leave not afoot to till. •
My trade is not so very large; mill I think I
haile my share
But, reader, yolk may rest assured, 'tie-NOT
`.`SOLD EVERYW,HERE. ,,
Manufactured and for Sale py the writer,
GEORGE L. BROWNING,
No. 20 Marliet street' Caniden, New Seriey.
This coffee is not composed' of poisorions
drugs it . contains nothing deleterious . ; many
persons use this Coffee that cannot use the
'pure coffee; it takes'but oneitlid 6 half onlicis
to make a quart of good strong
being just'one-half the quantity" it takes Of
Jaim'coffee, and leak than liaiithe
RETAIL 'DE-ALERS may ,purchase, it in
less , quantities than ten. gross at : my .prices
from the Wholesale Grocers. ,
Orders by mail. from Wholosale,DeAers
prumptly attended tot - 1(17 .128-3 m
B Olii,ErN'S long celebrated GIN,
H. D. BENJAMIN.
W ILLIAM. HALL & SON,
543 I3ROADWAY, NEW-YORK,
AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED
New Patent , Piano Fortes
Which are creating the greatest senitation in the
musical world, and have received the high
est testimonials from all the leading ar
tists in the country, among whom are
S. Thalberg, SWm. Mason,
L. M. Gottschalk, ;Francis H. Brown,
Wm. Henry Fry, iTheodore Eisfeld,
M. Strackosch, ' Max Maretzek,
Herman A. Wollenhaupt.
Having purchased the Agency of George A.
Prince & Co's Melodeons, Automatic and
School Organs, from their late Agent, Charles
E. Bacon, we will be pleased to receive orders
for those celebrated Instruments, and will al
ways endeavor to keep a sufficient supply on
hand to fill all orders at sight. The most lib
eral discounts given to the Trade, Churches,
Clergymen and Schools. All Instruments war
ranted for five years.
MANUFACTURERS AND IMPORTERS OF
Flutes Banjos, Violins, Guitars,
Violin Strings, • Accordeons
and all kinds of Brass and other Musical In
struments for Bands. '
PUBLISHERS OF SHEET MUSIC.
Just published, " The Venite," a new col
leOion of Chants for the Episcopal Service,
opening and closing VOlUntaries, Muskat So
cieties, Classes, and for'the Social Circle, by
Virgil C.. Taylor. Price,—Boards, 85 cents;
Cloth, One 'Dollar. .
In press, anifwill soon'be issued, BassinPs
twenty Melodic Exercises for the study of the
proper art of aingin& by Carlo Bassini, auth
or of Bassini's Art of Singing.
AND PIANO-FORTE CALISTHENICS,
collection of Five Finger Chord and Scale
passages, for speedily developing the muscles
of the fingers and acquiring that degree of flex
ibility, independence rind volubility, which
are so indispensable to a good performance on
'The Piallo Forte, By Francis Brown
Music sent by mail, post-paid, on receipt, of the
marked, price. WILLIAM Hat,r. & Sox;
Pad, 543 Broadway, New:York::
FISH'S LAMP lIRATiNg APPARATUS.
WITH THE FLAME THAT LIGHTS THE ROOM.
* * • 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 in a 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 nnquestionable, a great saving
is made in heating and cooking small articles,.
and can .be made to cook meals for a great
many persons, .which is actually. dono on, the
ambulance cars whiCh carry the sick soldiers.
* Scientific 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. * * Hales Journal of Health.
• * *. * I have tried the apparatua, and
my wife and I proclaim the same a most valu
able and indispensable article, and we now
wonder how we could have so ong done with
out it. * * Ed. Coal Oil Circular.
• Anr.economical contrivance, for
gittingiiTheit at shall iiiitieelo'r'nuiser'y 'and
general household...purposes, • * * one
important point is the.saving in cost over coal
fires.' * *- * N. •Y. Evening poet. '.
Prices from Two to Nix Dollars.
rapacity from One to Four Quarts
Three Articles Cooked at one time with one
Arra:nged for keiosene or Coal Oil, or Gas.
A Descriptive Pamphlet of thirty p•:ges fur
THE UNION ATTACHMENT,
Price 50 Cents,
To he attached to a Common Kerosene Lamp
or Gas Burner, by which water may be boiled,
and food cooked ; also, arranged to support a
shade. Every Family veitlevne.
WM. D. RUSSELL. Agent.
No: 206, 'Pearl St., New York.
X:r Agents Wanted.
$3- Two of these Heating Lamps can be
seen at John Spanglees Hardware.
E MPLOYMENT FOR EVERYBODY. .
Great Sate of-Jewelry, 'Watches, 'Chains,
Diamond Rings, Silver-Ware, German
and French Fancy. Goods, &c., worth
over 000,000 all to be sold with
out reserve. Everyone to have
. LIST OF THE ARTICLES.
Gents Gold. Hunting Case Watches SSS to 150
Ladies Gold Enaml'd Case Watches $5O to 85
Gents, Hunting Case Silver Watches- 35 to 70
Gents Gold Watches, double time 75 to 150
Gold-plated Watches in magic cases 35 to 50
Gold Plated Watches Enameled, for Ladies,
35 to 50,
Diamond Rings 50 to 100,
Gold Vest and Neck Chains 10 to 30,
Gold Oval Band Bracelets 4 to 8,
Chased Gold Bracelets 5 to 10,
Chatelaine Chains and Guard Chains sto 20,
Solitaire and Gold Brooches 4 to ,0,
Lava, and Florentine Brooches tsk . 6.
COrtil, Opal, and Emerald Brooches to . 8,
Mosaic, Jet, Lava and Floc., Ear Drops ;If o 8,
Coral, Opal, and Emerald Ear Drops 4to 6,
CalifornisiDiarnond Breaitpins • - 2,50 to 10,
Gold Fob and Vest Watch Keys 2,59t0,7,
Fob and Vest Ribbon Slides 3,, to-S,
Solitare Sleeve Buttons. Stiles, etc., 3,t0 10,
Gold Thimbles,' Pencils, etc., 4 to 7,
Miniature, Locket§, 4 to 8,
Miniature Lockets—Magic spring sto 10,
Gold Tooth .Picks, Crosses ' etc., 3 to 10,
Plain Gold. Rings. Chased Gold Rings 4 to 11,
Stone Set and Signet Rings 3 to 10,
Caliteinia Diamond Rings ' ' 3to 10.
Ladies' Jewelry in Sets—Jet and Giild 8 to 15,
tadies' Jewelry in sets, Cameo Bz. Pearl, 4 to 12,
Gold Pens, Silver Extension Holder & Pencil
.4 to 10 ,
.Gold Pens and Gold Mounted Holders 5 to 10,
Gold Pens and Gold Extension Holders 6 to 15,
Silver Goblets and Drinking. Cups 20 to 50,
Silver,Castors, Fruit and Cake Baskets 25 to 50,
Silver Tea and Table Spoons and Forks; per
dozen " 20 to 40,
Silver Plated Tea Pots and Coffee Urns 35 to 50
Silver Plated lee. Pitchers & Molasses (Alpe
25 to 60.
See what the most-popular and widely cir
culated periodicals say of our Establishment:
From the "Dispatch" of February 25, -1865.
We take.pleasure in calling the attention of
our readers te'the announcement of Messrs.
Devaugh Co.'s Great Sale ofJewelry,.Silv.er
Ware, and Fancy Goods, in our advertising
columns.. We are personally acquainted with
the memberi of this firm and know them to be
gentlemen of sterling worth and integrity.
Their stock of goods, for variety and extent,
we have scarcely. seen paralleled.. •
From the "Mirror ofFashion," March 1, 1865
Mesas: Devaugh & Co.'s Great Sale ofJew
elry, etc., opened on the /sth nit, and we
venture to sey that no finer display= of "goods
was ever exhibited by 'any 'establishmenVin
this city. The ladles thronged their bazaar
almost to suffocation, although the streets were
rendered nearly impassable by the melted
snow and slush. We predict for thein amon,
derfal success. •
From the "Ledger," February 221,.1865.
Ourlady friends-should ...visit ,;the extensive
establishment of Messrs. -Devaugh & Co:'s
No. 15, Maiden Lane, if they wistr by indul g e
themselves with a sight which they will: long
remember, 'Sikh 'ti proTusion of elegant
-Watches,- Chains,. Rings, Earring& - and;in
•short, of Jewelry 44'every name, kind'ird`de
scription, we never before witnessed.- Their
eilver and plated ware -is , superb •and Idenoit
-lasts into the shade theother splendid 'estab
lishments Which' have long been' the beast of
our-city. It is estimitted that 'their 'etock is
'worth not less than 'one million<of dollars.n
- • GIRARD'W DEWAUCH , &CO:,
3m] ' 35 :Maiden Lane';; New,. York.
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. 4T 00
~ • ...: ..3 0 1! Gun Q 411 4 1144 q4n 7 itS r Pc l l 3 ; r
Dupont!s Sporting and Glazed Duck Powder
Baltimore Shot; Shoe Pouches, Powder Flasks
sold at JOHN SPANGLEB'Sk
G REAT SALE OF WATCHES
To be disposed of at One Dollar each,
without regard to value, not to be paid
,you know what you are to re
BY A. H. ROWEN 6- CO.,
[AGENTS AND MA NUFA CTURERSJ
NO. 36 BEEKMAN-ST., NEW YOB.K.
Read the following list of articles to,te
sold fon One Dollar.•
100 Gold Hunting Case Watches each $125,00
100 " Watches, various styles " 75,00
200 " Ladies' Gold Watches ", £O,OO
500 Silver Watches each $2O to 35
6,000 Latest style vest & neck chains 5 " 20
5,500 Gent's California Diamond pins 5 " 20
4,000 California •Diamond ear drops 5 " 10
3,000 Miniature Revolving Pins 5 " 10
2,000 California Diamond and enamelled
Gent's scarf pins new styles s'" 10
2,ooo,Masonic and Emblem Pins 3 " 10
2,500 Gold Band Bracelets, engraved 3" 20
3,000 Jet and. Mosaic Brooches • 3 " 10
2,000 Cameo Brooches . „20
3,000 Coral Ear-Drops k " 6
. 2,000 Ladies' Watch Chains 8 " 15
,6,000, Gent's Pins, -a splendid assor't 2 ". 10
4,000 Solitaire sleeve Buttons 3 " 10
3,600 Studs and Sleeve 'Buttons,in sets 3 " 10
.5,000 Sleoye Buttons, plain &engraved 2 " 8
10,000 Plain and engraved, rings 2,50 "10
'B,OOO - Locketsi 'richly engrived' 2' to 10
.15,000 sets Ladies' Jewelry new and
latest styles 6 " 12
Meb r litindsomelSeal' Milks ' 3 " 8
2 3 000,8ets -Enatim Studs . " 6.-
1,000 Gold Pena and Gold Holders 15 " 25
2,o6o'Sets Jet and Gold Pins and Eardrops;
2,000 Gold thimbles, Pfmcils, &c. 4 " 6
10;000 Gold perkii, - and silver cases 5 " 3
10,000, •c. "::Ebony, holders 4, ".6
This entire list
,of beautiful and valuable
gbode - will be sold for' One Dollar eaelt. Certi
ficates of all the-aboye articles „will he .placed
in envelopes, , and sealed. These envelopes
a're*Sent tile% as Midered, Without regard 'to
choice. On the receipt of the certificate you
will see what you are to haye,,and then it is
at your option to send the dollar and take the
article, or not,. .
Five certificates can be ordered for $1 ; eltv
•On for $2 ; thirty. for S 5 : Sixty- ft we 1'01.410 ;
and one hundred for 615. We will send a
single Certificate on the receipt of 25 cents.
Agents wanteeto whore we offer especial
terms; send 25 cents for one certificate and
our circular with terms.
A. H. PO WEN & CO.,
(Post Office Box 4270,) No. 36 Beekman-st ,
May 27-6tri.l New York.
HENRY - WOLFE, •
. In Patent Medicines, Hair Stain,
Perfumery Fancy Soaps, Extracts, 43• c.
Mishlei's Bitteks, '
Samberg Medicated Wit.e,
Mastin's:Cough Candy,• ' •
-Richardson's Tat Drops,.
Pipes, Segars,:Tobacco; '
Paper and Envelopes, .
245 tine white and Buff Envelopes for 10 cents,
letter and Note Paper one cent a sheet,
CoMbs, Brushes, Lead Pencils,
• - -Violin.Strings, Bridges,
Clocks and Watches fur sale and Repaired.
Don't mistake the plaCe, opposite the Post
Office, and mid' doer to Dr. Hinkle's Drug
Store. HENRY - kt'l)l,FE, Agt.
r_tb We will you any thing in our line
20 per cent less time you can buy it at any
other place -in the county.
MANHOOD: How Losr—riro o .
, Just published, a new edition of Dr. Culver-
Well's celebrated Essay on the radical cure of
ABMATORBHCEA, ' (without- 'medicine)
or Seminal Weakness, Involuntary Seminal
Losses, Impotency, Mental and Physica)
capacity; Impediments to marriage, etc.; also,
ConsumptiOn, Epilepsy; and Fits, induced by
aself-mdulgence or sexual extravagance. • -
113— Price in a sealed envelope, only 6 cents.
The celebrated author in this admirable es
say'Oleirlfdertdnitiate:sl from a 'thirty years'
successful practice, that the alarming conse
quences of self-abuse may be radically cured
without the dangerous use of interval medicine
Or the application of the knife—pointing out
&mode 01 cure at once simple,-certain and ef
fectual, by means of which every sufferer, no
matter what his condition may be, may cure
himself cheaply, privately, and radically.
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
address, postage paid, on receipt of Six Cents,
or two postage stamps. Address the publish
CHAS. T. C. KLINE S• GO., •
127 Bowery, New-York, Post-office Box 4,586.
June 17, 1865.-ly. ' '-
L. BROWN & CO.,
[LATE SOMES, BROWN & CO.]
BANKERS AND COLLECTORS
OF MILITARY 'A
N D NAVAL CLAIMS,
2 PARK PLACE, NEW YORK.
Corresponding house in Washington,
D. C, J. W. Fisher 6- Co., 478 14th
TIT Ewing had three, years , experience in the
VI Collection of Cluinis and the General
transaction of business in all Department's of
Government, we can assure our Clients and
Correspondents that all business intrusted to
us wilt be vigorously and promptly attended
to. We are,prepared to make'advance Upon,
and negotiate the sale of Claims, and purchase
,Quartermaster's bills and checks, 'as. well as
collect the following classes :
Pensions for Invalids, Widows, Mothers
and Orphan Children.
Bounties for Soldiers, discharged for wounds:
received in . battle, those who have served two
years, and the heirs of deceased, also -State
Bounty to such as are entitled.
Arrears of pay'for Officers and Soldiers, and
the heirs of deceased. '
Navy Prize ' , money for all captures. -
Navy Pension,and balance:or Pay . ..
Accounts of discharged •Officers settled, Ord
nance and o ing 'atoms properly mace out
and corrected; and clearanda obtained from
Ordnance and. Quartermaster's Deplatments.
U. S. Revenu.e Stamps for,sale,at a discount
of 31 to 41- per cent. [32-3m,
AN IMPROVED LANTERN.
THIS is - the'most - desirable Laritern in The
market. It brirlis Coal , Oil Without
Chimney,. emitting neithersmoke nor
Itgives a' pure 'white "''
Itstands'quick motions to any directiciri:
The flame is regulated from the outside.
It is neat and compact in form and
It is free from solder in the upper parts, and
is utherwlee very substantial in its serial/re.'
PRICE; ONE,DOLLAR. •
For sale at JOHN SPANGLER'S
.; Hardware Store, on Market street.
Bstafe of. Charles Kelly, „late, of the,
Borough, of Marietta, deceased. a. r
. ; Letters of adorinistratiop on said estate lisy. r
ing been granted undersigned'; per_
sons indebted thereto tire re'qtlested make
inimediate:settleinent; and these having -claims
or demands against - the Sarrie - tvill present them
wittiOutligfay for aeitlbhmht, tuideraikn
ed, residiritin the Borough ofMariettit;,3
al b APN-E4ny
' t ktilariet,ia, - June ° 1815: $- -
C IIOI C4 4 :I4ArekNA - SEGA RS ,'and the
best Chewing and Smoking Tobacco at
1 - 160FLAND'g GEIISIMI BTTE
Prepared by Dr; C. Al. Jack.so
SUBSTITUTE. FOB. Rtilf,
Or an Intoxicating Beverage, but a high'
centrated Vegetable Extract, ,a Pure 2
free from alcoholic stimutent or injurioui
and will effectually cure
Jaundic e , ;
WILL CURE EVERY CASE OP
Chronic or Nervous Debility, Disease of
Kidneys, and Diseases arising from a
OBSERVE TUB FOLLONVIrec SYSIPTOMS
resulting from disorders of the digestive or,,a!
Constipation, Inward Piles, Fumess or
to the Head, Acidity of the Stomach,
Disgust for Food, FullnEs:'
weight in the Stomach, sour eructation:, s -
qng or fluttering of toe Pit of the S t , -
, c :'
iwimming of the• Head, hurried and dot,.
Breathing, fluttering at UK heart, cholw,
suffocating sensations when in a lying p,s%,
dimness of vission, dots or webs bet.ire
sight, fever and dull pain in the head,
ency of peispiration, yellowness of thr.
and eyes, pain in the side, back - , chest,
&c., sudden flushes of heat, burning in the ;ler
constant imtnaginings of evil, and grew;:,
pression of spirits.
HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTER;
WILL GIVE YOU
A Good Appetite,
Strong .1. - ,erves,
A Good Ov..zetitution,
A Strong Conslitu.
A Healthy Constitution,
A Sound COnStitlt i
WILL MAKE THE WEAK STR"n .
Will make the
Will make tl,e
Will make the
• Sallow Complexion Clear,
Will make the Dull eye
Clear and Bright,
11:3- Will prove a blessing in every fan*,
.iCk'Can.,be used with perfect safety tly 14 ?
or Female, Old or Young.
There are manylpreparations sold under ill
name of Bitters, put up in quart bottles, cc'.
pounded 'Of the cheapest Whiskey or, COIlltV2
Rum, costing from 20 ter 40. cents per gairor,
the taste disguised by Anise or . Coriander
This class of Bitters has caused and will cot.
.inue to cause, as !owes they can be sok
.rundreds to die tte death of a drunkard.
their use the system is leeptcontinually urd;
the influence of alcoholic stimulants of u t
worst kind, the desire for liquor is createlllL.
kept up, and the result is all thb horron r.
tendant upon a drunkard's life and death,
wore of them.
For those who desire and will have a licc
bitters, we publish the following receipt: .
Get one bottle Hoogand's German. Bitterns:l
mix with three quarts of good 'Whiskey.
.Brandy, and the result will be a prepantu:
thatwill far excel in medicinal virtues
true excellence any of the numerous liqrz
bitters in themarket; and. toil! cost much len
You will have all the virtues of Hoofiand'si9s
tern in corinectian with'ii good article of liffur.
and at a. much less price then these hums
preparations Will cost you.
Those suffering from miasmas, 'magi:
away; with .searcely any dash on their boos
are. cured in a very short time ; one bola a
eucli cases, will have ninst *surprising effect,
' • • DEBILITY,
Resulting from Fevers of, any, kind—these bii•
tors will. renew your strength in a short time.
FEVER' AND AcarE.—The chills will not re•
cum if these Bitters are used. No person ins
fever and ague district should be without them.
Fr;3771. Rev. J. Newton iiroutit, D. 11, Editor
of the Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge.
Although not Gisposed to favor or recomneud
Patent Medicines 'in general, through &dust
of their ingredients and effects; 1 yet know
of no sul - fici :at reason why a man may nut tei
tify to the benefits he 'believes himself to lug
received from any. simple preparation, is the
hope .that he may thus. contribute to the 'sere
fit of 'others: - ' •
41 do this more readily in regard to Hooflaar,
German Bitters, prepared by Dr. C. M. JaC;.:l
because I' mitts prejudieed against them for s
number of Tears, under the impression Cs:
they were chiefly an alcoholic mixture. iea
ind'ebted to my friend Itoti 2 t Shoemaker, esq,
for the removal. oft this prejudice by prole
tests, and for encouragement to try them, whet
suffering from great and long debility. Trff
use of three bottles of these, itters, at the be
ginning of the,present year, was followed td
evident relief, and restoration to a degree et
bodily and mental vigor which I had nOt
for six months before, and had almost disped
ed of regaining. I therefore thank God sad
my friend for directing me to the use of then.
J. NEWTON BROWN•
Philadelphia'-June 23, 1862.
, AND THE FRIENDS OF SOLDIERS.
We call the attention °fail having relatinni
or friends in thetarmy to the fact that "Hoof
land's German Bitters'? will sure nine-toils
of the diseases ineuCed 'by' privation and es
pbsures. incident to camp life. In the lull
published almost daily in .the newspapers, 0 5
the arrival of the sick, it will be noticed tlis:
a very large proportion are suffering from de
Witty. Every case of that !kind can be tenth
y cured, by, Eilootlantl's German Bitters. "'
have no hesitation in stating 'that, if these biF
ters are.freely used among our soldiers, hund
reds of lives might be saved that otherwie
would be lest:
The proprietors ere daily receiving thadhl
letters from !sufferers in the army and ho:p•
tals,who havi been restored to health by dent
nf these Bitters, sent to them by their frieot.
Beware of counterfeits! See that the sit
nature' of"C. M. Jackson," is on the wrapper
of each bottle. • - .
Large Siie; $1:00 per bottle, oil doien for $ 5,
'Medium size, 7,sepeebottle;.or a dozen fors 4,
The larger *eon account.of the (pont!
mach the bottles hold, are the cheaper.
Shduld your nearest druggist not have the
artig,.do not baßut off by any .of the into
eating pidparittionothat may be offered
place; titit;sendito., us,, and we , will forwon•
securely packed, by, express.
pa ea anu a a ry
• • ' N0:163,1. A:RCEtk!SIMEET•
SUciesSonel6 C. liic'Jackiion & Co•
. . ,
JACO4 A. iVigIiTER'S
TOBACCO, CIGAR .& SNUFF STOIII,
13pposite,44„Croo :Heys. Hotel,
THE unAersigned would,roapectfully isforig
IheePublii that hi 'still continues, at te
Old stand, Varner: of Second and Walnut /urea
directly opposite the Groan Keys Hotel, to kal
ori,hand 407'0t - stile; itifliinds of cigars fr!
'Half Strinialfiupi iltlpriceit. from *6, $7 $ 2 ",:
, ,Tonacco.—Natural Les.)
Eiceleiort stiendiali; Oraltbko' 'Virginias es
greha'Finsf,SPilli :..LisdietrlTwast,,-Coarse SP°
.EldoradoTwist Teprel Ophir tobacco, AV
derson's best Fis ,.. fe:Mit." `Ailleintls of fine
gars manufacture'd of imported stock. SIO.
kiaLr SPANISH,....,Rappee Snuff.and all kirtr!
Fancy.- SmsokAng. Tobacco. Scented swig"
Fnie-etit; Pipit Agar Tubes; at.
IQ Pl* Shawls Babnorals Gloves llosie
dollars; ort/air% Collars ago
14,a f j ;Vets and.Dress•Trnximisgs.
A full supply at
:" ' SPANGLER & RICH
ALARGE' LOT OF BUIIF WINDOW
SHADES at remarkably low prices
to close out. JOHN SPANGLE R,
1 Market Street Marietro
UIIWOSCIPTICINS'receiired for all the b le
in .Ve.tiockicVs.pfltle day to ,
.41 The Golden Illor
jjmale Pillej it 1 TAe ;gado Ilfer.