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F L )3aker, Editor.
MARIETTA. PA :
Skitti+49 Votnii)g, Febillats IT, tBOO
iw We ant glpd to see that the plainis
for damages bf noble old Ishmael "Day
residing some half a dovn miles from
Bernal - ore, whose tiOnle and barna were
burned down by the rebels while pro.
needing on their raid upon the Philadel
phia and Biltimore railroad—have been
allowed by the )loPse Committee of
Ways and Means. It will be remember-,
ed that Day bad a United states flag
flying from a pole in front of his hanse,
when two or three rebels, being in ad
vance of the raiding party, tore doWn
the flag, and while in the' act of doing so
one was shot dead by the Old patriot
sir A bill has passed the House of
Representatives by a strong vote, ap
propriating 8500,000 - to the a - offerers by
the burning of Ohamberaburg. This is
a big sum to give- out of the -State treas-
ury. With the provisions of the bill we
are not acquainted, but suppose that it
makes some distinction between the loy
al and disloyal sufferers, inasmuch as
the latter had much to do in encourag
ing the ,rebefs northward, and were.loud
mouthed in letting the rebels know that
they sympathized with them.
fir There seems to be "a determination
on the part of the Legislature to change
the mode of selecting jurors, so as to
avoid wheel-stutling, or whatever dodge
a dominant party may adopt to . get its
own friends in a majority upon juries,
BB is now seriously charged is done.
But, we think, to reach the evil the law
should he general throUghout the com
monwealth, as all parties-have an equal
claim to the purity of the-jury box.
or There is a peculiar people at
Wallingford, Conn., who style them
selves Communists. They ignore Tam,
tobacco, tee, coffee, pork, swearing, quar
reling, wrangling, gossiping, backbiting,
Lying, cheating and defran4ing—all of
which is well as far as it goes. Unlike
the Mormons; they have but one " affin
ity" at the same time, with whom they
" live" so long as they both can agree—
when they are "divorced;" not by a de-
cree of the courts, but by mutual con
sent. , .
Cr The great Cincinnati bridge about
to be suspended across the Ohio river
will be thelargest,in the world, being
over 2,000 feet , longer than the ,Suspen
sion Bridge over the Niagara River, and
540 feet logger than the .s.leual Bridge
~ Its total span will be 1,057
yards. The massive stone piers tower
110 feet over the floors of the
and 200 feet above their foundation.
One year is the period allowed:for build
lir Ale man d Stephens, after
some• coquettish' letters, intimating that
ho wits not anxious to be elected a Uni
ted States Senator 'from Georg,ia, was
Imbed categorically whether he would
serve or not 'if. elected:, lu his:reply
Mr. Stephens used the folluwing lan
guage : " I cannot imagine' any possible
case in which I would refuse to serve to
the : best of- my ability the peopte of
Georgia in any position they might4s
sign to me, whether Assigned with or
without my consent."
dir A statue of the osephine
is about to be set up la a place in Paris,
formed by the Junction of the new Bou
levard Beaujetrand the Avenue Jose
phine, Opposite'the bridge of the- Almai.
The statue is by M. Dubray, and repre
sents the Einpiess in court costume,
having la her right hand a rose, and in
her left a miniature of the Emperor, her.
husband. The statue, with its pedestal
measures nearly , twelve-feet in height.
pkir The latlest crowd ever assembled
in Pittsburg to witness any amusement
were gathered at the Central Skating
Park, on Thursday last, to witnass Miss
Carrie W: Moore's skating; it is esti
mated that there were &dm 10,000 to
15,000 persons present,including many
of the clergy.
ar Peter &hisser, of Waukesha, Wis.
killed hims9lf by drinking whisky the
had stood in a copper kettle several
days, at, Plum creek. He died in a hal
an hour, and a man who dranc.withhim
died in an hour, and his wife, who drank
but little, came near diing.
lir The ice 0.11 the wr
said to be moresolid than it has been
before for forty yeFllll , .".cle Gve of cattle
crossed from Nyack l'arrytown on
Tbursday, and on Sand
Irvington • eAsild,'ili a
7., parties from
Ice to . e tto r d
church at Nyack. .
ar A man namedP.hilips, agent for .
the American Myren Gonspani, Aes
with $12.000. He will speedily be is
If his organ of approbativeness be
great, the French Emperor must be in
tensely pleased with the manner in which
the world at large stand upon tip toe,
to hear his official utterances. The head
of a powerful nation, ever reticent, most
the world desires to hear him speak, he
has comprehended the advantage of his
position and, " playing upon a harp of a
thousand strings," which lay ready to
his band, he strikes a note and the
whole world vibrates to the touch, in
peals, of softest harmony or in sounds of
harshest clangor. lu the multiplicity of
minds composing the, world
vast differences of comprehension.
Those there are, who, when a sentiment
is uttered by one high in athority, at
once accept it as truth, and rest thereon,
as upon the " Rock of Ages." There
are others who, having less faith in hu
man nature, accept such utterances
doubtfullY,,desiring, to believe, yet care
fully dissecting tbe language to see if by
:any possibility there may not be a mean
ing conceuled—" a cat in the meal-bag."
Circumscribing this world of mind, and
bringing it'down to the limits of our own
special and peculiar interests in the af
fairs more directly within the field of
our own national affairs : we find that
we too, have been , dancing attendance
upon the words of this 77- worlds magi
cian," we have waited for his words of
wisdow, and what have we heard ? 'rho
oracle hes spoken and his speech is now
before us. We were expecting him to
say that he would withdraw his troops
from Mexico. We thought he would
say, that in deference to our national
• policy and the irritation which was caus
ed among our people, by the intrusion
upon the liberty of our neighbor: that
the troops would be withdrawn. Some,
reading his speech, say, " the thing is
done—the troops will be withdrawn."
But does he say so ? We do not so un
derstand,it. Instead of saying : "Lwill
withdraw the French troops within a giv
en tine"—he simply says—" I am com
ing to an under - standing with the Emper
or Maximilian, to, fix the epoch for the
recal o lof our troops, in such a manner
that the return may, be effected without
compromising the French interests which
we have to defend, in that distant coun
try" who can say that this is a promise
of speedy withdrawal. In this matter,
be openly defers to the opinion and wish
es of Maximilian, and who is so obtuse
as not to know that Maximilian will
never willingly consent to the removal
of a force by which alone he holds his
throne ? What then does this speech
amount to? We fail to see in it, any
deference to our , national policy, or re
lief for our suffering neighbor and we are
therefore constrained to say that, though
the note struck may be harmony to his
admirers, it is but discord to us and to
all true lovers of frank, honest, out spok
en words of peace and good will and that
no true loyal, liberty loving heart, can
for a, moment accept it.
Have.you seen, the list of Grand
Prizes offered to sabscribers for the
American Statesman ? Among them
are a Wheeler and Wilson best Sewing
Machine, the Empire Shuttle Sewing
Machine, Bailey's patent Clothes Wring
er, Champion Clothes Wringer, Hart
man's celebrated patent Crutch, and
over two thousand of the•Anest Engra
vings, Lithographs, Photographs, Al.
bums, &a. Over mom() t o be sent out
The -Statesman is a large Family
Jourual, 28x42 inches, published weekly
at $1 50 per annum, at 67 Nassau. Street,
New, York. Send for sample copies and
get up a club.
C I T A great hotel is about, to be erec
ted in Boston, which is to eclipse . . any
thingan New York. It is to be one-half
larger than the Fifth. Avenue Hotel,
and twice as elegant.. It is to cost a
million and a half dollars, to be built of
marble, and contain a thousand rooms.
A number of modern improvements are
to be introduced, among them private
breakfast and dining-rooms, suites of
apartments for families where they can
live with entire privacy, &c. The money
has been subscribed, the contracts made
and ground will be broken nest week.
'The Legislature of "Old Virginia"
is very anxious to restore the boundaries
of the State as they existed . before tho
rebellion. West Virginia, however, is
not solicitous on the subject. The reb
el portion of the State is now loaded
down with burdens incurred by treason,
whiCh the traitors are solicitous to share
with the people of that portion of .the
same State which refused•to be a party
to secession. It is not very likely that
the people of Western Virginia will*ac
quiesce in this proposition.
ar A stepmother in Marengo, N. y.,
lately crowned a long series of shocking I
abuses perpetrated 1.113011 a boy six years
old, by locking him in the house and ab
senting herself rot three days. When
she returned with' her husband, the boy:
was dead. he neighbors 'went
. in and
found,tbe little creature dying' on his
heap of rags, nearly naked and frozen i
quite stiff. - "
Elkpbalet Nott, D. D: presi
fur' A crusty old- bachelor sus (manse. t fi fit dent of Union College, died January
Adam's wife _ was _cal led Ey ' b 22d, in the - ninety-third year of his'age.
when ehe appeared ioan's-dity Ofhappi
tees was drawing. to a close,
c.. THE MARIETTIAN.@f—si
%fit Eitorlb to a Nut.—.fitll
Circuses, hitherto forbidden in Ver
mont, are hereafter to be admitted there
on payment of $2,000 for a license.
The benefit to " Stonewall " Jack
son's widow, last Saturday night, in
Richmond, netted her over one thousand
Hall's Journal of Health expresses
.the opinion that buckwheat cakes con
tain more nourishment for less money
than any other popular article of food.
If you ever think of marrying a widow,
said an anxious parent to his heir, so
!eat one whose first husband was hung ;
for that is the only way to prevent her
'from throwing his memory in your face;
and making annoying comparisons.
A lady in Boston. now nearly seventy
ybars of age ( says the Journal), can re
peat all the Psalms'of David; and Solo
mon's Proverbs by heart. No maticr
what verse one may'bigin, she will take
up the cue and piiiWto the end of
There is much excitement in the
Pennsylvania Oil Regions, caused by
the existence of incendiaries. Lynch
law is being resorted to, %erect a rem
Both Gonzales and PeMeier have
been convicted of the murder of Otero,
and sentenced to be hanged at an early
Information from Georgia is to the
effect that Stephens and Johnson have
both accepted the Senatorships to which
they were elected.
Three freedmen's school-houses have
been destroyed by a mob in the Parish
of St. Mary, and in Thibodeaux, La.
In the Parish of Lafourche, a lady em
ployed in teaching a school of adult
freedmen was recently driven from her
work by a mob.
The — last steamor brought the intel
ligence that Prof;Agassiz's exploratiobs
on the main stream ofthe Amazon alone
had resulted in the discovery of no lose
than eleven hundred and sixty-three
species of fish, which is it greater num
ber than exists in the Mediterranean.
Some of the Southern loyalists now
in Washington, are calling upon Con
gress for the establishment'of provision
al governments in the , rebel states, set
ting forth that they cannot endure the
present treatment _which they receive,
and, furthermore, that every loyal' man
in the South will be forced to go North,
except this protection be given to them.
A petition has been received for pre
sentation to the President, Asking for
the pardon of John C. Breckiuridge.
It is signed by upwards of seventy mem
bers of the Kentucky Legislature.
General Qas is said to be failing lap
Bon. G. W. Julian, of Indiana, re
ceived at Washington, during the past
week, inclosed in a threatening letter, a
large piece of a negro scalp wits the
hair attached. .
The case of Ishmael Day, of Mary.
land, who allot a man for trying to haul
down the United States flag, was the
only case among forty decided upon fa
vorably by the House Committee on
Claims last week, in a meetiog at which
demands for private tosses sustained by
loyal citizens during the war were sub
Three hundred negroes from the Sea
Islands returned on Saturday last to
Savannah, on the way to their former
Adelina Patti now charges one thous
and dollars a night for singing.
Two newspapers in Pails have lieen
fined for "defaming" an actress.
The wealthiest marquis of Naples
dropped dead of cholera, as he was about
to sit down to dine.
There is a redline in POOha, India,
and parents are eating their own chit.
Secreta'y Seward appeared on the
fluor of the House of Representatives,
on Friday, the 2d inst., for the first time
since the attempt oh his life. •
An extensive fire occurred at Frank
lin, Pa., on the morning of tip) ist inst.,
destroying twenty-fon: buildings in the,
centre of the town, and involving a loss
of valuable property.
Gen. Grant, at Airs. Douglas's wed
ding• party, the other evening, was called
upon by Secretary Stanton for a speech,
and responded - in the following laconic
style: "I am right glad to see you all."
Locomotives are used in Paris to
draw the omnibuses. _
Mrs. Henry Wood, the novelist, is
forty-five years of ago, and her husband
is a prosperous English shipper.
R. P.< Waring editor of the Charlotte
(N. 0.,) Times, was sentenced to the
payment of three hundrdd dollars fine,
and in default thereof to six months'
imprisonment in Fort Macon. He paid
the - fine. So mace for the luxury of
talking rebelliously in print.
Happiness can be mad& quite as welt
of cheap materials as of dear plies. •
THE BIRTH-DAY OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN.
—Had Abraham Lincoln lived to this
morning ( Monday, Feb. 12,) he would
have been fifty-seven years old. Mur
dered in the moment of victory and of
forgiveness, his death was at once a
proof of the ingratitude of slavery and of
the danger of toleration to treason.
There was always something in his ex
ample, during life, strangely different
from other men. His quaint humor, his
singular sense, his simple ways, his od
dity of speech and his freedom from the
faults of language and of temper com
mon to most public characters, made
him an object of alternate wonder and
respect, There was a sequence and a
consistency in his acts, so that however
he might startle others, he always satis
fied then of his perfect integrity. Lts
coLN dead, is something saint-like. As
he left us, in the full enjoyment of a na
tion's love, with nobody to, hate him
save those who were unfit for pardon,
we think of him as an apostle, sent among
men to preach the doctrines of a com
mon father. The manner of his death
will survive all ordinary memories, and
will keep his virtues forever before his
countrymen and the world at large.--
or We perceive that the demand for
the first six numbers of The Saturday.
Evening Post, containing the opening
chapters of Emerson's Bennett's. splen
did new story " The Phantom of the
Forest," has been so great as to entire
ly exhaust the edition. The publishers
have therefore issued one entire.number
of the Post as a supplement—which
contains the first thirteen chapters of
Mr. Bennett's story, and which will be
giro] gratis to all new subscribers. „We
also understand that any one writing to
the proprietors of the Post, and inclos
ing a three sent stamp, will have this
supplement mailed to them. The price
of the Post is $2.50 a year, two copies
$4, four copies $B, eight copies ( and
one gratis) $l6. Address H. Peterson
& C0.,.319 Walnut street, Philadelphia.
fir When the body of Bing Leopold
of Belgium, was on exhibition after his
death, his face was painted and enamell-
ed to improve its appearance
The work of rebuilding For
Sumpter is about to commence.
The most siniple, complete and easily man
eked Sewing Machine now in use. It does
every description of work—never stops at or
needs to be helped over seams, .but does all
its work rapidly and well. The needle re
quires no adjustment—you cannot get it in
wrong—it makes any width of hem you wish
—does braiding beautifully. The Braider is
in the foot of every machine and part, of it,
and is always adjusted, never gets out of Mace.
Cull and examine them belore purchasing
any other, at
H. L. & E. J. Z ARM'S,
Corner North Queen street and Centre Square,
Sole Agents for Lancaster County.
Lancaster, February 17, IS6d.-tf.
"laut 10 . all"
.2llarket Street, Marietta.
Having again leased, from Captain Samuel
D. Miller, his old and popular Clothing stand,
would take this method of informing the pub
lic that he has just laid in - an excellent stock
of everything in the
Ready-made Clothing Line,
Over, Dress and Business Coats,
• Pantaloons and Vests,
' OF ALL GRADES AND PRICES,
Cloths, Cassimeres and Yestings always on
hand, which will be cut and made-up to suit
the tastes of customers. Gentlemen's Fur
nishing Goods, Shirts, Drawers, Hose, Collars,
Suspenders, Neck Ties, HATS AND Oat
CAPS of all kinds, &c.,
Goods at all prices—from the finest to
the cheapest. Call and see for yourselves be
fore purchasing elsewhere.
Marietta, February 17, 1866-Iy.
NEW TRIMMING & VARIETY
Opposite Di.firenbach'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,
. among which will be found
Plain and Fancy Mantua and - Velvet
Ailibons,‘Gignps, Cords and lassels
and Buttons in endless variety,
' Hosiery and Gloves, Linen & Emb'd Collars,
Zephyr Shawls,. Plain & Emb'd H'dkfs,
Opera Caps, Silk & Zephyr Scarfs,
Suknenders, Germantown Wool,
Twilights, Breakfast Coseys,
Braids and , Shetland Wool,
Bindings, Zephyr Yarn,
BALMORALS, SKELETON SKIRTS,
Corsets, Belting, Edging, Ruffling,
Embroidery. Fancy .Soaps, &c.
Particular attention has been paid to the se
lecting of small wares, such as Sewit4 Silk - ,
notion and Linen Thread, Whalebone, Hooks
Cad Eyes, Needles; Pins, -
$ The public are particularly requested. to
call and examine for themselves:-
la- Mrs. R. is agent for the sale of the cel
ebrated Sill,L7l' "A" Family Sewing Machines
whicktook fSa hist premium at ate late Prete
York State Fair. She will' also instruct-per
sons purchasing from her, how to work the
y ETTEES ; REMAINING unclaimed in the
iPost Office at Marietta, Pa s 3 THURSDAY,
FEBRUARY 15, 1866. •
Eisenberger, Miss ,11. Sailor, George
Eisenbergef, Mies M.' sergeant; John
Fralick, Miss Lizzie Tysbn - . Jane '
Hebei, Mr. Jeremiah Troutwine, Mrs. Ann
Keeth, Mr. Peter Tshudy, Mrs. Sarah
Pay, Mr. M. G. White, George
Prodeaux, Mine M. S. Winchester, Mr: E.
3Cd- To Obtain any of these letters, the lip.
plicarit must ball for "ositeilis" ea Wars'," giv
the date of this list, s and, pay one cent for ad-
Tettiring. AfiIiAJIAM CASSEL, P. M.
PATTERSON' & CO.,
NO. 661 MARKET STREET,
D EALERS ' FOREIGN & DOMESTIC
Keep constantly on ht;nd a full stock of Bull
ding Material, Nails,
LOCKS, HINGES, el
GLASS, PAINTS, CILS, WHITE LEAD, A
SUPERIOR ARTICLE OF CEMENT, &C.,
0N: Rolled and Hammered
Iron, Steel, Rorse-Shoes Bar,
Norway Nail Rods, Hoop and Band Iron,
Horse-Shoe Nails, Bolts, Files, Rasps, etc.
-FIRST-CLASS COOKING '_
AND PARLOR STOVES, RANGES,
Tubs, Churns, Cedar Stands,
Wash Boards, Buckets,
Knives and Forks,
Plated and 112etalc Spoons,
Sad Irons, Kraut Cutters, Waiters, Brass'and
Copper Kettles Clothes Wringers, Pans,
Iron Ladles, Meat Stands, Coal Oil
Lamps, Shades and Lanterns, Tea
Scales, Coffee Mills, Painted
Chamber Setts, &c., &c.
Forks, Shovels, Hoes, Spades, Horse Brushes,
Wheel Grease, Fish, Sperm and Lubric Oils,
Cistern Pumps, Long and Short Traces,
Breast Chains, &c.,
TOOLS: Hand and Wood Saws, Hatchets,
Chopping and Hand Axes ' Planes, Chissels,
Augers and Auger Bits, Braces, Prunning
-Hooks and Shears,,&c., &c.
Thankful for past patronage, we hope to merit
and receive a continuance of the satni.
Marietta, - August 1, 1865.
M ARIETTA. ACADEMY.
Southwest Corner of Market Square,
Marietta, Lancaster Co., Pennsylvania
This Academy having. received very flatter
ing encouragement during the first session will
enter upon the second term on Monday, April
The location of this school is one of the most
healthy and pleasant in the state. Four pas
senger trains of the Pennsylvania railroad co.
pass through th . e- Borough -daily, making, it
easy of access Porn all parts of the State.
The branches taught embrace all those ol a
thorough English education, together with
Latin, Greek, French and German languages,
Vocal and Instrumental Music.
Every branch will be taught in the most
Whilst the principal will constantly aim to
make thorough scholars, be still deems it no
less important to inculcate moral and religious
principles. Be pledges his best exertions to
secure the present and future welfare of those
committed to his charge.
Lectures•on Philosophy, &c., will be deliv
ered before the students during the session. -
A ri„ - ular examination will be held at the
close of each term. -
light per session of live months, $95:00
Tuition in English branches, 10:00
For Latin, Greek, Fiench and German
—each extra, firtlo
Book KeepiLg, 'MOO
Instrumental "I.lsic, 2U:00
rr Persons '',. - k*.ng to place their sots cr
daughter. in this will please make
early application by letter or otherwise.
R. S. .11AA
Rev. J. J. Lane, kVrichtsville,.
R. NV: Smith, Wridlits . .ll:e,
Dr. J. L.rergood, Lancaster,
Aaron . aker, Chatham, Chester, co.
Rev. ltot..ert. Alexander, Little Britain
D. Wilson, Baltimore,
Calvin A. Schaffner,
H. D. Benjamin ' 4
Dr. J. Cushman,
Dr. Hinkle; (i
A. N. Cassel, "
J-c oh Roth, ' If
George W. Stahl, "
Marietta, February 3, 1566.-26tf.
N ,F.11,V GOODS AT
J. R. DIFTENBACIPS.
Third Arrival of Fail and Winter Goods,
LADIES DRESS GOODS,
Such. as Fancy and Plain Colored Alpaceas;
French Merinoes ; Coburgs ; Plain and
Figured all wool Delaines ; all colors
Sacking Flannels; Ladies Cloaking
and Water-Proof Cloths. Good
assortment bleached and un
bleached ilduslins ' - . Checks;
Gingliams ; Ticking and
Canton Flannels; Crash,
&c., &c., &c., Sc.
GENVS DEPARTMEN7'. .
Cloths and Cassimers, all grades, both Fcreign
and Domestic; superior lisqutmaux Bea
ver, for Over-Coating; .Neck-Ties;
Collars ; Suspenders ' • Gloves ;
GROCERIES OF ALL KINDRf
Molasses. Sugars, Rio and Java Coffee, Spices,
Mackerel, Buckets, Brooms, Table and
Floor Oil Cloths, Window Blinds,.
Glass and Quecnsware,
Ilf..v;ng purchased exclusively FOR CASH
will noble him to sell as cheap t s the cheapest.
irril= , Country Pro - duce taken in exchange tor
goods. [Oct.-21, ISO.
S. S. RATHVON,
Merchant Tailor, and Clothier,
At F. J. Kramph's . ,Old Stand, on the Cor
ner of North Queen mai Orange
Streets, Lancaster, Penn'a.
UrR ATEF U • L to the . Citizens of Marietta
and vicinity, for the liberal patronage
heretofore extendee, the undersigned respect
fully solicits a continuance 'of the same; as
suring them, that under all circumstances, no
efforts will be spared in rendering iteatisfactory
equivalent for every act of confidence reposed.
CLOTHS, CASSIN ERNS A N D I LESTINGS, and
such other seasonable material as fashion and
the market furnishes, constantly kept on hand
and minufactured to order, promptly, and rea
sonably, as taste or style may suggest. '
ALSOj—REA D Y-ALA DF. CLOTHING,
Gentlemen's Furnishino , Gsomis
and such articles as usually belong: -to a Mer
chant Tailoring and Clothing establishment..
13ARGAINS ! BARGAINS ! !
NOW IS THE TIME FOR CHEAP
r EC. Ea, MED
J. R.' DIFFEABACH'
Having determined to retire from the mercan..
tile buness, will sell his entire stock, of
Dry Goods, Groceries, Queenswaoe, C.
at wholesalt or retail, roil cam, at less thin
market price, without regard to cost.
_l3c3 - u_s -Pad ri - tiDa t s7
rnhe undersigned would respectfully an
nounce to his old friends and the public
generally, that he continues the above business•
in all its various branches
Especial attention paid to plain and fancy
papa - rhanging, China _glossing, Frosting, and
Enamelling Glassi-Graining of all kinds, &c.
Thankful. for past favors, would:ask a. con-:
tinuance 'of the : sante, Residence,a few_doors
west of the Town-Hall, on Walnut' street:
'DAVID 11 .•MELLINGElf... -
Marietta, N0v.25, 1 1 65.--13 - • '
ANDIS lk TROUT have concludetto set
I 4 all kinds .of Vane' , Articles at the very
exeast prices. Call and see them.
1 , . ,4D 1111 AT DR, sci IEXCIC 1S ri
oor A . G.
DR. J. 11. SCHENCK,
DEAR Son :—I feel it a
and to all who are suffering en
known as Consumption and Liver ' tn
to let them know what great be
received from your Pllllllloflie
weed Tonic in so short a tim e ': - 1 1 . P
ing of God it has cured me the;
Dr. Schenck, I will now make rn,
merit to you, as follows f—Abo
ectrinoloouetrignrtilelligaaiafnrgied it settled oil my lung,, see•
o v a
ers and night sweat, T"
much redu ced,
esi,lNon dige likewise
' very low spirited, and had bleu
of coughing when I lay
when I arose in the mornine that
last one or two hours.
I I then would be nearly exliardte4,,
entirely unable to lie on m e l e i s
not describe my wretched se fferine
wish to do. Every organ in Inv
eased or deranged. Such was me
this time, and I was confined to uo
the last of February, 1J62, to June
able to sit pp. lhad the best of
I tendaned the whole of the inn,.
I was so very - bad that it racke,i ice
I .l l ,e a l t io t u,
b , is o t if in e i n e s r iv a e is m ed at a te t r soh
a , rgeq le n t ,,,, ,at
! and it was generally accompanied
and a furred and thick coated tom:,,
time of coughing so badly I wvu!,l!,.
ooting, pains in my left sate F
night sweats, end soreness all t:1;
whole chest; had much inward f , ve-:
my back and under my shoulder
the small of my back, and at t:tr,e 3
that it would throw me into zpaia,..,
my physician gave me up to idle.
and the best of them, but they coo;;;
ing for me, and at that lime 1 , 43 :.•
but skin and bone. I then W. 13 is
par of Missouri. •In June last we,
for the East, and in Augsst 1031: it
New York, and I was su rel.ce
only walk a little with my 1,..1.,5d,r,
Alter I had been here a short
ter breeze made me feel miehef• ••
time and then I had agaii. to chit ;I for aid. We had four of the bee
of New VOA on the diseases of the :•.:E
doctors of all kinds, but of no
slid 1 was past cure, and that out
too far gone for any one to cure nie. 12
this time I was on my feet al.Jut !he
not able to do much of anything. If.
be; last I grew worse, and the ecia:ler::
diarrhea set in and lasted M.out eilet
We had tried all arid everyttiong 0;15: I
grasp at like a dying person for r.,v i!ci,c--
con:lumption and liver Com;,:aint--'d::
In -January, 1863, I was brcuei,t
again on my bed, anu was me er acts
live the night out. My husband stayed LI
side, and other friends, and they all gave
up to die.' At this time every or.e i.vto i s
me did not think I would ever leave ny ;it
a living woman. The first night 1 ;-cz ar
tacked with spasms, and was deranged vat
of the time. A friend, .Mrs. Harris, curet,
see me the last of the week, and M,-right th:
Sunday Mercury. In it was an acco-lot et]
great cure performed by Dr. Schenck. hie
read it to me, and it was so much like in
diSease that I asked my husband to g'.) tul
see. Win for me. At this time I had ;Men ;:p
all hopes of ever getting well again, and nee:
my peace with God, to be ready whenewl,
called for me.
On the 27th of January, 1865, my hzkierl
called on Dr. Schenck, 32 Bond street, N.
York, and stated to him my case, withare
quest for him to call and see me, triad
did, and examined me with the respironiee.
When lie was about to go asked bun if ie
could cure me ? His reply was : ''r env
tell, both lungs are diseased, and the broad
al tubes are affected on both sides." And ye
he seemed to think there were lungs encosU
left to effect a cure if the diarrhea could
stopped. He said in order.tcedo this, he irc;h!
have to give me Mandrake Pills in snid
doses at first, to carry off the morbid matte,
and then, with astringents, he hoped s tachiei
it, Which lie did, but the constant rofiehieS,
night sweats, and diairhea had pro_mated
so that he was:afraid my vital powers avi
too much prostrated ever to rally, and 14 I I
seemed to think if I could live to get chriegb
Pulmonic Syrup through my system to cafx
expectoration there were lungs enough
for the to recover. He wished me to try
Pulmonic Syrup and Seaweed Tonic et ones,
saying it would, do me no harm, if it did lee
nu good. The first week it seemed to gioe
me strength, so that on Sunday after 1 nt
in bed and ate hearty for a sick swum: he
the next week Flost all hope and wished my
husband nct to give me any more mftlicise•
but the doctor had warned 'him of this, SI2
when the medicine was clearing out the sys
tem it made them feel somewhat restlen,
to persevere • and he insisted on my titlfill?
it ; and now I feel the benefit of it. Casks:
eight days I began to
gain my strength, si4
with the exception of a cold that put me bilk
some,' I have been gaining strength of body,
my cough is going away, and all my pains it
gone ; uo soreness of the body, my bofrein?
regular, and my breath is sweet, and I tlisci!
God that I am now going about, and sew Inu
read as well as ever I could. .1 have tstec
sixteen bottles of the medicine, eight of ea
1 now have a good appetite and nest well et
night 7' my cough does not trouble me leg:"
ing up or lying down. I would here ss.: .
the afflicted with consumption or liver o) ,
plaint, that Dr.' Schenck is no humbug ? t o i
can rely on What he says. . Delay
dangerous to trifle with these diseases: 01 1 e,
you would be - cured, go at once ; ad "3
wishing to know the facts as herein ststrd
can call at my residence, 117 West Hue
street, New York city.
,MRS. MARY F.
We, the . undersigned, residents a! Ne d ; lest
are acquainted with Mrs. Farlow, an
w k 4
not; I f .
her statement to be true. We also kno
she used Dr. Schenck's Pulmonic 5p . 1 . 4,.r ,
Seaweed Tonic, and have reason I. o ., t'el icl
that to this medicine she owes her preztrv a , . 05
JrOM a premature grave.
B. FARLOW, 117 West Houston st.
EUGENE UNDERHILL, 676 teen
wattree i t. E * N.
AUGUSTA UNDER D H E I R L H L I , L 6 L 7; 6 G 7 r 6 : :: ;
E A . M .i.i. L H .y a G rr L i s o ,
v III R I , V I e H w o e u e s t to li n o s u t; : e o.l e b
J: L. COLE, 33 Cottage pl.
M. A. LEIGHTON, 483 Broadway.
Mrs. BENJAMIN CLAPP, 19 Amu) y
lam well acquainted with 'qrs. Ma/ t '
Farldev, and . vvitli.hefhusband, Mr. n
they having for a few months past
_. an attend° y
at my church;and I run convinced ID
statement which they'might make . `.t ~ e ,
lied on as true. JOHN DOWLING, -0 . %
Pastcir•of Bedford st. Baptist Church, 4 5
Dr. Schenck- will' be professionally
Commerce, P h iladelphia,
l i fi la N d o e r lp tt i tet e h r
9ry Sat 31
d ß a o t 3 d n , d 3 f s r ; t o r
N m e e o t 9 . ,
3 N B I. C . S W - u 15-
r e k u r , n s t e t i v:
e e 4 e ry t P T l3 . o u s e t e l o d n aT f : r es ° ,: :
every Wednesday, from 9 to 3, sr
other Friday at 108 Baltimore stre at ti__, A
more, Md.' All advice free, but for
a ll.L u n ,"" r
examination of the lungs with his Re P"'"
ter, the charge is three dollars.
M fial a e ri b d y ra a k i e l P p il n l i s g , g 2s ist e s e a n ia t d s p p e e t a b i : ricil
December 9, 1865.-Iy.
SKATES! SKATES!! SKATES
Has just opened for the IrispeeLon of the
ere Of skating, the largest, best and most w i
'led assortment-of Skates ever before otieo"
to the pubic.be
LEdies, Gents,'Mteses, sad Youtlis di
supplied • with any,gualsty and Style des'
at the lowest_ Prices,
Also, Table and ,Pocket Cuttlery, fine Ivo
ha - sidled'goods"
Packet Books, Cigsw el ts!;
Gentlemen's'Companions;Ladies CorelPt in ';) I
'Pocket Skite-Giinbleta,. Nut Crackers, 01e,d
Pocket Match safes, Ladies Work 130.%.e6°'
a ' , sleety of ottry fc.nry