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Ebt 'gnat Parititian.
gATURDAT, JANUARY, 6,1866.
0 - Oar Carrier Boy desires to ex.
prey his sir, We oblias received gations for the vour
liberal meaner be wby
too sabgribers on New Year's day.
0 . B e v W. A. Fleming will deliver
'remperance Hall, on Mon
ti lecture in
d el eseniug next, on " Temperance."
The public is invited.
0 . Rev, Mr. Clawges will preach a
serfOOD OD 010 death or -Absalom, S oo
of David , King of Israel," in the M. E.
church io tbis borough, on Sunday eve.
oing nex t, cl'ho young men of Marietta
ere apecittiu• invited to attend.
be blarietta . Fish Association"
ill meet iv the second story of the Ath
:eum C!uti Rooms, on Saturday even
! Jry 6, 1866, at o'clock. A
,nerol attendance le requested.
W. H. EAGLR, President.
fa" Care falls. prepared blank leases
rinsed and for s ale at this office, which
ill be filled up if desired.
g ar A Duadie of articles intended for
is week's parer have been crowded
,t by roiver:sements and a rush of jub
itob By reference to our advertising
u itanss, It t;! be seen that George
Saltr.br.;.li Las taken the , old Sultz•
leh tannery, tleorge is an industrious,
lergetio young man and will infuse new
terry intc , the eld stand ; James Thom p.
Ei n h.vc dissolved and Jefferson
ill continue the bus loess; an election
1 nine Bc.uls ,Eruotors will take place
Cfavday rest; the quarterly Bank
..lament tt!•, , u appears.
Friday evening last, says an
!tm of the Co'.umbia Spy, our citizens
l otartled by a loud report, causing
] e ainauws in all parts of the borough
),hake, A messenger soon arrived
d. the intelligence that the boilers at
erdelia Fhinuce, situated about two
des from Col.tinhia, on the Reading
R.L.lroad, had blown up.
The excitement was intense, and the
;ad was soon filled with all manner of
euitles and persons on foot, wending
weir any to the scene of the disaster.
l'e arrived there at eight o'clock, and .
uh u scene we never before witnessed.
a furnace was a total wreck, and the
rod work on fire. Of four boilers,
ens retrained whole, and that was
cried off ehoot one hundred yards.
so acce tarried completely. The
lira aried abV five hand
yards ICA: t eighborine'field, and
Le other was lodged against a large wa
rn, demolishing it completely. The
jehria was scattered In all directions,
hundreds of.eards around the furnace.
The houses in the vicinity were shak
as though by an earthquake, break
og all the witidows and many dishes in
ire elpboaril4. Children seated on
were azoNn violently on the Boor.
ho Lutz was instantly killed. Be
engaged in with Shiffer, and
ea blown from that over the casting
usa, striking ..he bell, carrying it with
Hu was fated in a run, about one
indred yards off, with his bead and
:aim blown (.I.r. Edo leaves a wife
r.dseretal children. Jeremiah Conk
-2g was severely injured. George Siff
itako severely injured. Daniel Neff
buried by the debris, but was res
el serious injury.
Mu. J. L. :11cM , ehael was in the out
at the time of the explosion, and
was Shattered by pieces of boiler and
iditets, but she, .fortun , tely and al
leiraealeusly escaped without in
rf. The furnace belonged to our
Colonel O. B. Kauffman, and
ist regret is expressed for the uufor.
ate affair. The furnace was rebuilt
41 cg the summer, and everything pat
most complete order for the suc
tisful manufacture of pig•iron. Now
eThing is a shapeless mess of ruins,
the loss is very great.
unknown man came to one of
10 Muss!emelt, furnaces, at the eastern
sd of this place, cu •Thursday night,
asked the prirtlege of sleeping there'
men replied that it was too cold for
1, when he passed out, but on Friday
rni ag he was found in what it known
tbegashoase prrfectly dead, evidens -
suffocated by th e g ee . Esquire A us
held au inquest, but th e man was so
latb disfigured as tot to be recogniz•
31e. He was genteelly dressed.
TITERS RE MAINING unclaimed in the
iijARY 4, at M arietta, THURSDAY,
llinger iar, Zacharias
Pule'michacl Martin. Mr. Urlah
' Mal " Niel' al, Miss Alice
,N's Suil,san Watson: Miss H.
1 0' Tr, obtain any of these letters, tho ape
e slost call for "advertised letters," giv
-4% of this list, and pay one cent for ad
misa, g* ABRAHAM CASSEL, P. M.
I.°Ll "=e—lc)a,l t i tin.g
signed would respectfully an
'Y4llece to his old friends and the public
I, ,W I Y, that be continues the above business
~,, ne varieui branches
,1:'a,414i attention paid to plain and fancy
l'ging, China glossing, Frosting and
Ihetlhee Glass. Graining or all kinds, ike.
4 4 44 411 for pest favors, would aslc a
rice of sam e. Residence a few doors
4 of the To the
wn Hall, on. es
: '•,l ' +l.. street;
!Ilk DAVID H. MELEINC'rER.
OF THE CONDITIOA OF
"De, Eiret of Itiviall,"
In Marietta, in the State of Pennsylvania,
on the morning of the first Monday of lanua
Notes and bills disceunted, $126 349 93
Current Expenses, 88 OS
Remittances and other cash items, 3 005 21
Due from National Banks, 46 321 41
Due from other Banks, 13 373 20
U. States Bonds deposited with U.
S. Treasurer to secure circulating
notes, 110 000 00
United States Bonds deposited to
smile deposits, 43 000 00
U. S. Bonds on hand, 400 00
Other U. S. Bestrides, 24 650 00
Cash on hand in circulating notes,
of otber National Banks, 3 500 00
Cash on hand in circulating notes
of State Banks ; 850 00
Legal Te)tder Notes,
Capital Stock paid ily .$lOO 000 00
Surplus Fund, 20 000 00
Circule.tm= notes received from the
Comptroller, 99 000 00
Amount outstanding, 99 000 00
Individual deposits, 167 211'66
United States deposits, 30 134 09
Dividends unpaid, 770 00
Due National Banks, 6 408 41
Duo to other Banks and Bankers, 922 53
Discount, 998 62
Exchanges, 161 14
Interest, 2 637 64
Profit and loss, 2 228 74
6 026 14
I, Amos Bowman, Cashier of the First Na
tional Bank of Marietta, Pa., do solemnly
swear that the above statement is true, to the
best of my knowledge and belief.
State of Pennsylvania,
County of Lancaster.
Sworn t; and subscribed before me, this 2d
day of Jutinary. 1866. J. AUXE:R, J. P.
EO. W. SULTZBACII,
kJ T. 4 N/VER & LEATHER DEALER,
z purchased the remaining stock on
hand-, and leased the Tannery and fixtures of
his late ! - ather, Henry Sultzbach, deceased, is
now prevaren to accommodate the customers
of the old stand, ane the public generally,
with everything in his line, at such prices as
cannot fail to give entire satisfaction. His
stock will consist of
Oak Spanish and Slaughter Sole,
Vuive and Hemlock Leather,
Rips, Waxed and Grained Upper,
spLrs, HARNESS, BRIDLE S SHOE
--- Cash paid for Hides and Skins
Marietta January 6. 1a6&,-tf
p LIIS Partnership
I heretofore existing
between the subscribers, in the Boot and Shoe
business, under the firm of James Thompson
4- Son, is this da3 dissolved, by mutual con
sent, by James Thom ps in retiring. The bu-
Bine; , l3 will be continued as heretofore by Jeffer
son Thompson, who is authorized to settle the
accounts of the late firm.
Marietta, January 1, 1566.-3t*
immi LIME! !
Fresh Lime for Whitewashing and Building,
For sale at HENRY WOLFE'S,
opposite the Post Office, in large or small lots.
This Lime is much better than that which is
brought from a distance. It is carefully se•
lected. lam now selling the best lump at .
35 cents per bushel ; 10 cents per peck ;
Five cents per half-peck.
HENRY WOLFE, Market-st., opposite the
Post Office, Alarietta. [6m'
Estate, of Jao. 11 - 1 Adams, late of the
Borough of Marietta, deceased.
Letters of administration on said estate hav
ing-been granted to the undersigned, all per
sons indebted thereto are requested to make
immediate settlement, and those having clairr9
or demands against the seine tr..:l present them
without delay for settlement to the undersign
ed, residing in the Borough of Marietta.
Marietta, December 30, 1865. 21-Gt
CONNECTICUT TOBACCO SEED
FOR FREE DISTRIBUTION!
Fine Connecticut Tobacco Seed has just
been received at the Tobacco Warehouse of
F. L. BRAUN'S &CO., in this borough, which
is now ready for PARE distributin, to the To
bacco Growers of this neighborhood.
The object in thus ilistribming this excellent
Seed is to encourage the raising. of a better
grade of Tobacco than has heretofore been
grown in this vicinity.
Marietta, November 4, ISGS.-3t.
r-jj ‘ r O B T o i r C ou E ,:h T y h in e al a le n e n s ual il s l ta b t e em pu en bl t ish of ea tl i t i e ,
The Mariettian, as usual, about the first day
of April next, when a full and complete ac
count of all the Borough expenditures, inclu
ding bounties paid, will appear.
J. J. LIBIIART,
President Town Council.
Marietta, January 6, 1866.
13ARGAINS ! BARGAINS ! !
J. R. DIFFEi, BA CH
Being about to retire from the mercantile bu
siness, will sell his entire stock, wholesale or
retail, FOR CASH, without regard to cost.
First National Bank of Marietta,
December 6, 1865.
An election for nine directors to serve the
ensuing year, will he held at the Banking
House, in the Borough of Marietta. on Tues
day, January 9th, 1866, between the hours of
1 and 3 oclock, p. m. AMOS BOWMAN,
- VV(Dc>cl. nor
OR 60 CORDS OAK WOOD, for ssle
OW Price, Five and Six Dollars a cord.
Apply to GEO. W. STAHL.
Marietta, December 30, Ism
C OLGATE'S TOILET SOAPS.
honey, Clycerine, Palm, Almond, Bathand
Shaving SOAPS. Equal to any imported.—
Just received and for sale, very cheap at
THE GOLDEN MORTAR.
CHOICE HAVANA SEGA RS, and the
best Chewing and Smoking Tobacco at
Lt ÜBSCRIPTION S received for all the late
0 Periodicals of the day
At The Golden Mortar.
KOGER'S Celemated Pearl Cement and
d Oil Paste Blacking at
‘! THE GOLDEN MORTAR.
T. CROIX Ann NEW .TINGLAND ROM
IZ3 for culinary purposes, warranted gen nide
H. D. Benjamin..
B 01J L'EN'S long eelobrated• GlN,'
A Mb A
HISTORY OF THE
GREAT REBELLION !
THE late rebellion stands out peculiar and
extraordinary in human events; and the
magnificent scale upon which the war has
been conducted, constitute it one of the grand
est and most brilliant chapters of Me world's
3 SUO tIO
Mr. Headley, of all writers, is perhaps best
qualified to portray the the stupendous feat
ures of the mighty contest. His previous
works on less momentous themes have placed
Lim in the first position, as a graphic and pow
erful deleniator of war scenes and characters,
and the magnitude and grandeur of the pres
ent subject, impart to his pen the fire and vi
gor of a yet more exacted inspiration, and fur
nish ample scope for the highest exhibition of
his peculiar genius for military description.
Under his powerful pen the stirring scenes of
the War pass in review with the vividness and
distinctness of a present and living reality;
while his great talent for condenuation ena
bles him to embody everything of importance
in a compass just suited to the public want.
From no other source can so clear and com
prehensive an impression of the grand march
of events be obtained, so easily and agreeably
as from Mr. Headiey's work.
24 950 00
4 350 00
55 235 00
$430 472 83
Other histories have been issued before
Grant's Report and other official documents
were submitted to the government, and there
fore unreliable. 5.r. Headley has delayed the
completion of this till those documents so es
sential to authenticity and correctness could
The second volume, completing this work,
will be issued it March, 1866. Agents wan
ted to engage in its sale in every town and
county in the United States. Liberal induce
ments offered. For particulars apply to or ad
dress AMERICAN PUBLIS.HING CO.,
No. 198 Asy;um-st., Hartford : Conn.
Scranton • Burr, Agents.
$430 472 S 3
- u. aa -- 3_ a - xi Misery_
Just Published, in a sealed envelope. Price
A Lecture on the nature, treatment, ^lid radi
cal cure of Seminal Wealrness, or SP /JIMA
-7'ol/11110E..1, induced by half-abuse, Invol
untary Emissions, Impotency,- Nervous De
bility and impedimenta to marriage g enerally,
Co.'sumption, Epilepsy, and Fits, Mntal and
Physical incapacity, .ST. by Dr. Eobertt J.
Culverwell, author of the "Green BoOk," &c.
The world-renouned author, in this admira
ble Lecture, clearly proves from his own ex
perience that the awful eonscquei ces of self
abusemay be Effectually removed without me
dicine, and without dangerous surgical opera
tions, bougies, instaments, rings, or cordials,
pointing out a mode of cure at once certain
and effectual, by which every sufferer, no mat
ter what his condition, may be, may cure
ehesply, privately, and radically.
This Lecture will prove a boon to thousands
Sent, under seat, in a plain envelope, to any
addresS, pbstage paid, on receipt of Six Cents,
or two postage stamps. Address the publish
ers, CHAS. J..C. KLINE & CO.,
10 Bowery, New-York, Post-office Box 4,536.
June 17, 1865.-11%
- AT AR I Err A. AUADENIY
Corner of Market Square and Gay-st
This Academy will open for the ieceipt of
pupils of both sexes, on MONDAY, the llth
of ,SEPTEMBER. Instruction will be given
in all the branches usually taught in such in
The patronage of the public is respectfully
TERNS :—For Five Months, $10:00
Latin and Greek, each, (extra) . 5:00
A Boarding House wil be opened in the
Spring. R. S. MAXWELL,
Rev. J. J. Lane, Wrightsville,
Dr. J. Levergood, Lancaster,
Al Dr. H. Carpenter, Lancaster,
Adam Bake, Esq., - Chatham ' Chester, co
D. Wilson, Esq. Baltimore, .111 d.
R. W. Smith, Wrightsville,.
Samuel Lindsay, Marietta,
Calvin Schaffner, "
H. D. Benjamin "
Marietta, September 2,1865.-6 ml
NEW GOODS AT •
J. R. DIFFENBACH'S
Third Arrival of Fall and Winter Goods.
LADIES DRESS GOODS,
Such as Fancy and Plain Colored Alpaccas;
French Merinoes ; Coburgs ; Plain and
Figured all wool De Lanes ; all colors
Sacking Flannels; Ladies Cloaking
and Water-Proof Cloths. Good
assortment bleached and 'un
bleached Muslins ' Checks;
Gingharas ; Ticking and
Canton Flannels; Crash,
&c., &c., &c.
Cloths and Cassimers, all grades, both Foreign
and Domestic ; superior Hsquimaux Bea
ver, for Over-Coating; Neck -Ties ;
Collars; Suspenders; Gloves;
Hosiery, Ste., &c.
GROCERIES OF ALL KINDS,
:ll°lasses., Sugars, Rio and Java Coffee, spices,
Mackerel, Buckets, Brooms, Table and
Floor Oil Cloths, Window Blinds,
Glass and Queenswaye, &c.
Haring purchased exclusively FOR CASH
will enable him to sell as cheap a s the cheapest.
rrCountry Produce taken in exchange for
goods. [Oct.-21, 181i5.
S. S. RATHVON,
Merchant Tailor, and Clothier,
At P. J. Kramples . Old Stand. on the Cot
ner of North Queen and Orange
Streets, Lancaster, Penn'a.
ri ft ATEF 15 Lto the Citizens of Marietts.
Ur and vicinity, for the liberal patronage
heretofore exteitdee., 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, C.:1851111ER ES A. a D VESTINGS, and
such other seasonable material as fashion and
the market furnishes, constantly kept on band
and manufactured to order, promptly, and rea
sonably, as taste or style may suggest.
ALSO,-READY-MA DE CLOTHING,
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goonds
and such articles as usually belong to a Mer
chant Tailoring and Clothing establishment.
All persons knowing themselves indebted
to the undersigned, in any way, will please
call and settle befcre the first day of January,
1866, and ail persons having claims against
him, to present the same for settlement. In
the future, all professional bills will be regard
ed as due at' the expiration of six months.
All Store purchases must be cash! This
course has become absolutely necessary, in
consequence of the cash system now adopted in
Philadelphia. All professional accounts run
ning over six months will have interest added.
• FRANKLIN HINKLE,..M. D.
Marietta, December 9,186 d.
550 ARCH STRERT,
.!- - 1 Solid -Silier-ware;
' LTD trUAL.TC3 I : EIVIPEk.ri3 7 ",ItP
4" , "
ifzb) aoo4. Web GOO 4. ffeb GooS.
SPAIIGLER. & RICH,
A - r -oULD announce to their friends and the
public generally, that they have on hand
a large and Well selected stock of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
and are daily receiving accessions thereto.
Our stock of LADIES DRESS GOODS corn
prise all the latest and roost desirable fabrics,
styles and colors.
French Merinos, English Merinos,
All-wool Poplins, Cohorgs,
All-wool Delains, Nixed Poplins,
Debuzes, Mixed Delaines,
A large assortment of Plain and Fancy
Knit Goods, Breakfast Shawls, Hoods,
Scarfs, Cloaking Cloths, Sacking
Flannels, White Goods, Bizet
eton and Balmoral Skirts,.
Hosiery and Gloves.
Calicos, Detains, Ginghams, Flannels, Checks,
Muslins, Tickings, Sattinetts, Jeans, Linen
and Cotton Diaper, American and. Rus
sian Towelling, Floor and Table Oil
Cloth, Wall and Window Papers.
MEN AND BOY'S WEAR.
Plain and Fancy Cassimeres, French and
English Cloths, Knit Shirts and Drawers,
Gloves and Mitts, Paper and. Linen
Collars, Shirt Fronts, Neck" Ties,
Suspenders, Knit Jackets, &c.
A full assortment of the latest styles Men
and Boys Hats and Caps, Groceries Sugars,
Syrups, Coffee, Teas, Raisins, Prunes, Dried
Apples, Cranberries Corn Starch, Farina,
Salt, Fish, &c. A full assortment of Glass &
Thankful for past favors, we would respect
fully ask an examination of our stock before
Marietta, November 4, 1865.-tf.
lifflOff F/LIAG 04.0IBiffei
OWV7IIr4E3DIL - IL3III - M,
lii Crull's old stand, lllarkot-st,, Mader
LWITII D. 11Al.slAIIER t i
Ken's and Boy's Clothing,
11A1 'S AND CAPS, 1 441)
BOOTS AND SHOES,
and Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods,
IN GREAT VARIETY.
P. R. would take this opportunity to inform
the citizens of Marietta and the public gener
ally that having opened this establishment fur
a permanent business, only asks a fair trial,
being determined not to be undersold by any.
Gall and see the goods and learn the prices.
Marietta, June 10, 186.5. 44-ti
A NEW IDEA
AND A GOOD ONE.
BLACKWELL ST. C
GILSRY'S IRON BUILDING, 171 BROADWAY,
New York, have commenced the business
of taking SUBSCRIPTIONS to all the
PRINCI PAL MAGAZINES and WEEK
LY PAPERS, for SHORT PERIODS,
(quarterly or half-yearly,) at the lowest
'early rates, offering a great advantage to
lovers of literature, who may wish to take
several pnblications paying but a little mo
ney at a time. Full particulars in a circu
lar sent on application to any address. **•
A GOOD AGENT WANTED 111 each town.—
IL O S T—MAsTERs are requested to
send for our circular containing induce
BLACKWELL & CO.,
No. 171 Broadway, New-York
Decemper 27, 1565.-3m.]
T HE POPULAR HATS OF THE
Gentlemen's Cass inter Dress Hat,
Patent Resort Hat, The Rusher Hat,
The Dasher Hat, The Ratan Hat,
The Faust Hat, The Dundreary Hat.
A large and .splendid assortment of all the
above new and popular styles, in Cloth, Cas
simer and Felt, together with a full line of
Also, all the new styles of Fall and Winter
Caps for gentlemen., youth's and children's
NO. 20 NORTH QUEEN STREET,
rr It E BEST OF THE MONTHLIES—
THE LADY'S FRlEND—devoted to FASH
ION and LITERATURE. Beautiful Steel
Engravings. SPLENDID DOUBLE-SIZED COL
ORED FASHION PLATES. The Latest patterns
of Dresses, Cloaks, Bonnets, Embroidery &c.,
Household receipts, Music. &c.. Wheeler &
Wilson's Sewing Machines given as premiums.
Send 15 cents for a sample copy to DEACON
& PETERSON, 319 Walnut-st., Philadelphia.
First National Bank of Marietta
rpHIS BANKING ASSOCIATION
I HAVING COMPLETED ITS ORGANIZATION
IS now prepared to transact all kinds of
The Board of Directors meet weekly, on
Wednesday, for discount and other business.
IJ.Bank Mours : Front 9A.Mto 3 P. Sr.
JOHN HOLLINGER, PRESIDENT.
AMOS BOWMAN, Cashier.
AN IMPROVED LANTERN.
ruins is the most desirable Lantern in the
1 market. It burns Coal Oil without a
Chimney, emitting neither smoke nor smell.
It gives a pure white light.
It stands quick motions in any direction.
The flame is regulated from the outside.
It is neat and compact in form and size.
It is free from solder in the upper parts, and
is otherwise very substantial in its structure.
PRICE, ONE DOLLAR.
For sale at JOHN SPANGLER'S
Hardware Store, on Market street
1866 THE LADY'S FRIEND—
. The best of the Monthlies—devo
ted to LITERATURE and FASHION. $2.-
50 a year. _We ,give WHEELER & WIL
SAN'S Celebrated $55 Sewing Machines on
the following terms:—
Twenty copies .And the Sewing Machine, $7O.
Thirty copies and the Sewing Machine, $B5,
Forty copies and the Sewing Machine,' $lOO.
Send 15 cents for a sample copy to DEA
CON & PETERSON, 819 Walnut street,
B AzIN'P PE tt FUMES.
The latest and most exquisite such as "Ki.;:s
me " Upper Ten," Hydeosmia,
" West End," " Jockey Club," and also Po
mades and Hair Oils. Examine our stock.
We can please you in price and qualit3.
GOLDEN_ MORTAR DRUG STORE..
tTTENTION ! SPORTSMEN! I
Eley's Gun Caps, Eley'v Gun Wadds.
Dupont's Sporting. and Glazed Duck Powder'
Baltitnbre Shot; Shot Pouches, Powder Flasks,
sold. , at ' - • JOHN SPANGLER'S.=
C 0 HODS, Coal SeiieS, 'Coal ' Shove le,
P. kers, Stove. Grates, Cylinders and Li•
nings - of different kiads, liefot orits.nff .at
• - :TOHN:•SPANGLEW3..
LARGY4 LOT‘OF BUI.F" WINDOW
- . SHADESIA
017.1." ‘-% Jell.oll.tWA
N EW TRIMMING & VARIETY _
Opposite Diffenbach's and two doors
West of the _Golden Mortar
Drug Store, Market-st.,
MRS. MARGARET ROTH
Begs leave to announce to the Ladies of the
Borough of Marietta and vicinity,. that she
has just opened an entire new stock of
TRIMMINGS. AND VARIETIES,
embracing all the Novelties of the Season,
aiming which will be found
Plain and Fancy :Mantua and Velvet
Libbons, Gimps, Cords and l assets,
and Buttons in endless pariety,
Hosiery and Gloves, Linen &:Emb'd Collars,
Zephyr ShaWls, - Plain Etnb'd H'dkfs,
Opera Caps, Silk & Zephyr Scarfs,
Suspenders, Germantow a Wool,
Twilights, Breakfast Coseys,
Braids and Shetland Wool,
Bindings,. Zephyr Yarn,
BALMORALS, SKELETON SKIRTS,
Corsets, Belting, Edging, Ruffling,
Embroidery, Fancy Soaps, -
.Particular attention has been paid to the se
lecting of small wares, such as Sewing Silk,
notion and Linen Thread; Whalebone, Hooks
Cad Eyes, Needles, Pins, Szc.
lEr The public are particillarly requested to
call and examine for themselves..
Mrs. IL is agent for the sale of the cel
ebrated Singer "A"..Family Sewing 'Machines
which took the first premium at the late New
York State Fair. She will also instruct per
sons purchasing froth her, how to work the
L ADIES TAKE PARTICULAR
Delpqti few* Title,.
[ WARRANTED FRENCH. ]
These Pills, so celebrated many years ago
in Paris, for the relief of female irregularities,
and afterwards so notorious for their criminal
employment in the practice of abortion, are
now offered for sale for the fist time in Amer
ica. They have been kept in comparative ob
scurity from the fact that the originator, Dr.
VALPAU, is a Physician in Paris, of great
wealth and strict conEcientioas principles, and
has withheld them from general use, lest:they
should be employed for unlawful purposes.
In overcoming female obstructions they seem
to be truly omnipitent, bursting open the flood
gates from whatever cause may have stopped
them ; but they are offered to the public only
for legitimate uses, and all agents are forbid
den to sell them when it is understood that
the object is unlawful.
For sale by Dr. F. Hinkle, Marietta ; P. A.
Pyle, Mounuoy - ; H. D. Parry and It. Wil
liams, Columbia, and druggists generally.
Ladies can procure a box, sealed - from the
eyes of the curious, by enclosing $t and six
postage stamps to 0. G. STAPLES, General
Agent for us, Watertown ; New-York, or to
A or the above agents. fn0..25- ly
Corner of North Queen-St.,and Centre
Square, Lancaster, Pa.
American and Swiss Watches
IN GOLD AND SILVER CASES
gcl EIGHT DAY AND 30 HOUR,
• 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 best Table ware—Spoons,
Forks, 8z6.,—t0 wear ten years iwnaily use.
Rings, Pins, Sleeve Buttons, Studs and a va
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lEi Repairing of Watches, Clocks, Specta
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Corner North Queen Street and Centre Square,
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IRON AND BRASS
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Below Union, Columbia, Pa.
They are prepared to make all kinds of iron
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From long experience in building machinery w
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READ WHAT DR. SCHENCK IS DOING
DR.-J. H. SCHENCK
DEAR SIR ;.--/ feel it a duty I owe to you,
and to all who are sufferino• ' under the diseases
known as Consumption and Liver Complaint,
to let them know what great benefits I have
received from your Pulmonic Syrup and Sea
weed Tonic in so short a time. By the bless •
ing of God it has cured me thus far.
Dr. Schenck, I will now make my state
ment to yuu, us follows:—about eighteen
months ago I was attacked with a severe
cough, and it settled on my lungs ; I could
not retain anythiniz I ate, and suffered with
evening fevers and night sweats. I was very
much reduced. The whites of my eyes were
very yellow ; likewise my skin ; my appetite
all gone, and unab.e to digest what I did eat ;
bowels swollen, irregular and costive I was
very low spirited, and hat such violent spells
of cough;ng when I lay down at night and
to hen I arose in the morning that they would
last one or two hours.
.1 then would be nearly exhausted, and was
entirely unable to lie on my left side. I can
not describe my wretched suffering as I would
wish to do. Every organ in my body was dis
eased or deranged. Such was my situation at
this time, and I was confined to my bed from
the last of February, 1862, to June 1862, not
able to sit up. I had the best of medical at
tendancethe whole of the time. My cough
was so very bad that it racked me very much.
I at this time raised a large quantity of thick,
yellow, offensive matter, sometimes with bhod
and it was generally accompanied by nausea,
and a furred and thick coated tongue. At the
time of coughing so badly I would have sharp,
shooting pains in my left side and miart,
night sweats, and soleness all through my
whole chest; had much inward fever, pain in
my back and under my shoulder blades and in
the small of my - back, and at times so severe
that it would throw me into spasms. Now
my physician gave me up to die. Others I had,
and the best of them, but they could do noth
ing for me, and at that time I was nothing
but skin and bone I then was in the western
par: of Missouri. In June last we left there
for the East, and in August last we came to
New York, and I was so reduce I that 1 could
only walk a little with my husband's help.
Alter I had been here a short time the salt wa
ter breeze made me feel much better f.ir a
time and then I had again to call a physician
for aid. We had four of the hest physicians
of New York on the diseases of the longs, and
doctors of all kinds, but of no avail. They
said I was past cure, and that my lungs were
too far gone for any one to cure me. But at
this time I was OD my feet about the house,
not able to do much of anything. In Novem
ber last 'grew worse, and the consumption
diarrhea set in and lasted about eight weeks.
We had tried all and everything that I could
grasp at like a dying person for my disease—
consumption and liver complaint—but of no
In January, 1863, I was brought down
again on my bed, aim was not expected to
live the night out. My husband stayed at my
side, and other friends, and they all gave me
up to die. At this time every one who saw
me did not think I would ever leave my bed
a living woman. The fait night I was at
tacked with spasms, and was deranged most
of the time. A friend, Mrs. Harris, came to
see inn the last of the week, and brought the
Sunday Mercury. In it was au account of a
great cure performed by Dr. Schenck. She
read it to me, and it was so much like my
disease that 1 asked my husband to go and
Bee him for me. At this time I had given up
all hopes of ever getting well again, and made
my peace with God, to be ready whenever he
called for me.
On the 27th of January, 1563 my husband
called on Dr. Schenck, 32 Bond street, New
York, and stated to him my case, with a re
quest for him to call and see me, which he
did, and examined me with the respirometer.
When he was about to go 1 asked him if he
could cure me ? His reply was : "1 . cannot
tell, both lungs are diseased, and the bronchi
al tubes are affected on both sides." And yet
he seemed to think there were lungs enough
left to effect a cure if the diarrhea could be
stopped. lie said in 'order to do this, he would
have to give me Mandiake Pills in small
doses at first, to carry off the morbid
and then, with astringents, he hoped to check
it, which he did, but the constant coughing,
night sweats, and diarrhea had prostrated me
so that he was afraid my vital powers were
too much prostrated ever to rally, and yet he
seemed to think if 1 could live to get enough
Pulinonic Syrup through my system to cause
expectoration there were lungs enough left
for me to recover. Ile wished me to try the
Pulmonic Syrup and Seaweed Tonic rit once,-
saying it would do me no harm, if it 'Hid me
no good. The first week it seemed to give
me strength, so that on Subday after I sat rip
in bed and ate hearty for a sick woman ; but
the next week 1 lost all hupe and wished my
husband net to give me any more medicine.
but the doctor had warned him of this, and
when the medicine was clearing out tire sys
tem it made them feel somewhat restless, and
to persevere ; and he insisted on my taking
it and now I feel the benefit of it. For after
eight days I began to gain ray strength, and,
with the exception .of a cold that put me back
some, I have been gaining strength of body,
my cough is going away, and all my pains ar,
gone ; no soreness of the body, my bowels are
regular, and my breath is sweet, and 1 thank
God that I am now going about, and sew and
read as well as ever I could. I have taken
sixteen bottles of the medicine, eight of each.
I now have a good appetite arid lest well at
night ; my cough does not trouble me in gett
ing up or lying dowu. I would here say to
the afflicted with consumption or liver com
plaint, that Dr. Schenck is no humbug You
can rely on what he says. Delay not ; it is
dangerous to trifle with these diseases. If
you would be cured, go ar once ; and any one
wishing to know the facts as herein stated
can call at my residence, 117 West Iloustoia
street, New York city.
MRS. MARY F. FARLOW.
We, the undersigned, residents of New York
are acquainted with MrS. Farlow, and know
her statement to be true. We also know that
she used Dr. Schenck's Pulmonic Syrup and
Seaweed Tonic, and have reason to believe
that to this medicinwhe owes her preservation
trom a premature grave.
B. FARLOW, 117 West Houston st.
EUGENE UNDERHILL, 676 Greenwich
Mrs. EUGENE UNDERHILL, 67t3 Green
AUGUSTA UNDERHILL, 676 Greenwich
A. F. Harris, 117 West Houston street.
EMILY GLOVER, 117 West Houston st.
J. L. COLE, 33 Cottage pl.
M. A. LP:IO4ITm, 483 Broadway.
Mrs. BENJAMIN CLAPP, 19 Amity pl.
lam well acquainted with Mrs. Mary F.
Farlow, and with bet husband, Mr. B. Paths ,
they having for a few months past attended
at toy churn, and I em convinced that any
statement which they might make may be re
lied on as true,. JOHN DOWLING, D. D ,
Pastor of Bedford st. Baptist Church, N. Y.
' Dr. Schenck will be professionally at his
principal office No. 15 North Sixth street, cor
ner of Commerce, Plliladelphia, every Satur
day, from 9 A. M , until 4 P. i\l., No. 32
Bond street, New York, every Tuesday, from
9 to 3; No. 38 Summer street, Boston, Mass.,
every Wednesday, from 9 to 3, and every
other Friday at 108 Baltimore street, Balti
more, Md. All advice free, but for a thorough
examination of the lungs with his Respirume
ter, the charge is three dollars.
Price of the Pulmonie. Syrup and Seaweed
Tonic, each $1.50 per bottle, or $7.50 per half
dozen. Mandrake Pill's, 23 Cents per box.
For sale by all Druggists and Dealers.
December 9, 1865.-ly. 11l
I f yob. want a e
First-rate Black or Fancy Silk
A neat or gay challie or De Leine •
A superior Black or fancy Woolen De Leine
A fine or !medium Brack or Colored Alpaca
A•good;Lavella, De Beige or'PoPliii
An Excellent Chintz or good Calico
French, English or Shembry Gingham
1.•:-Xou will find it at . .
P P LE St •3D,0 riltirre.TONthv-Vork and
. . m e m o') Winter Applea,
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