The Mariettian. (Marietta [Pa.]) 1861-18??, September 15, 1866, Image 2
the At atiettiatt. MARIETTA. PA : 54110411 Warning, Septeißbe 14,1866. FOR GOVEIOZIR, Major General 301 IN W. GBARY, OF CUMBERLAND COUNTY. El ISTORY CORRICOTED.-A curious little piece of the history of the war has been brought to light by, General Dix's virtu al salutation of the rebel flag at the openiug of the Wigwam when be joined Custer in cheering _ the, rebel tune of "Dixie." General Dix's share in the war has generally been admitted to con sist in sending the famous despatch to the naval commander at New . Orleans: " If any man hauls down the American flea, shoot him on the spot I" This bold or ter thrilled the loyal heart of the country, and Gen. Dix's reputation was made in a moment. It stands for one act for which that gentleman deserves, as he hat. always received the gratitude of the American people. It may startle many persons to be informed that Gen eral Did was nut the author of that de spatch! The actual fact, as stated by an au thority which cannot be reasonably doubted, is as follows At the time when the despatch was written, General Dix was Secretary of War, and Judge Holt was Attorney General. When General Dix received the news 'of the rebel demonstrations at New Orleans, be went to Judge Holt in much per plexity, seeking his advice. In answer to his anxious question, " What shall I do 7" the bold patriotic Attorney Gen eral at once dictated to him the words of the famous despatch. It seemed toe strong for the Secretary of War, and he remarked : " Would you really send that. order 1" " Yes sir," firmly replied Judge Holt, and the noble despatch which has made General Dix so famous, was sent. Bat the credit belongs to Judge' Holt and not to General Dix. sr That sterling, high-toned family journal the Germantown Telegraph, edited by' Major Philip R. Frei's, thus speaks of Andy'e electioneering speech es : "One might' as well attempt to change the spots of the leopard as the pot house instincts of a man, who by the dagger of a rebel conapirator has become President of the goited States. At Philadelphia be declared that the Al mighty was a tail& i at Niagara wheo some one In the'crowd cried that he had abandoned the Union party, he replied that " the party Might go to the Devil." At almost every-point he spoke, and he left rio opportunity pass to repeat his assaults on everybody who aided in put ting down the rebellion, be bandied the lowest epithets with the crowd. He got into furious passions and uttered the grossest phrases. At CleVeland he said he cared nothing for the dignity of the office he held, and no one contradicted him with'the evidence of its truth before all. At Alton he was called Judas 'by some' one in the crowd. This 'angered him greatly and in his reply to this un seen chaliedger be opened a floodgate of blasphemy lamentable to hear. gir The Pennsylvania State Agricul tural Society will hold its annual exhi bition at Eitston, 'Commencing . on the 25th of September. Alexander K. M'Clure, Esq., of - Franklin county, will deliver the annual address. Ile is an intelligent and practical farmer, as well as a good speaker. A. L. Russell, Esq. Adjutant General, will act as marshal. The. State Scoiety •is busy, completing the arrangements for a display which promises to be the greatest ever held in the State, and with the ample apace at its command in the beautiful park at Easton, hopes to do credit to the cause to the encouragement of which it is de- . voted. Mr. Lem Lichtenwallner, of Long Swamp townsbip, Berke county, was robbed of $3050 in government 7-30 se cririeties last July. A! man named Scott I:lmpel' was recently arrested in Allentown for the offence, wheelie con fessed.that he had committed the _rob bery, but that the sum stolen amounted to but $2500, end not - $3050 . , as Lichteu wanner, alleges had been taken. Hone d!, in -his CorfessiOn, stated the money whieh be liad. realized by a - sale of the bonds, had all been squandered in'gainb ling and . debaechery.' ' • sr Said a Democrat : "We don't care a copper for Johnson or his prin ciples ; we wouldn't vote for him for pound master ; bnt, if we- can use him, we will. When we've sucked him dry, we will treat' him precisely as we did Tyler'end Fillmore." gir Bennett, of the Fhilittleifhie Toper Bell Clothing etisrie. FtWree re , turn - for '6l 0r574,3J.3'. J M,W..-Baldwin,.the,, great Phila . : delphia locomotive builder, died io that city, on the, 7th ins,tatit,Aged sr The Memphis briCk ale:mine' have struck for 87 per day, OZNERAL GRANT DISGUSii 3D.—The cor. respondent of the New York Herald who accompanies tke President on his tour, telegraphed to that paper from Chicago Be follows s 4 ' It is reported `that General Grant has said: lam die. .iyusted with this trip. I am disgusted at hearing a man make speeches on the way to hie own funeral' It is reported ,that, thie was said in the presence of a clerk in the employ of General Grant's brother, in this city, and other respon sible parties. There are . no indications, however, that the relations between the President and General Grant are not of an entirely harmonious character, al though the General passes most of his time in other than the Presidential car whin traveling."— Josiah Randall, Esq., long known as a prominent lawyer and politician, died in Philadelphia yesterday morning. He was born in 1788, and was conse quently, at the time of his death, seven ty-eight years of age, Originally a Democrat, he subsequently joined the . Whig party, in whose ranks he gained the best 'part of his eminence as a poli tician. He afterwards rejoined the Democratic ranks in which he was ex tremely active during the stirring times of 1865. Cr One of the features of the Phila delphia Convention was the presence of Governors there. Among them we no- ticed Fletcher of Missouri, Brownlow of Tennessee, Morton of Indiana, Bore man of West Virginia, Pierpont of Virginia, Crtipo of Michigan. Fairchild of Wisconsin, Coney of Maine, Hawley of Connecticut and Ward of New Jar- Bey. tilif Ralph Hill, ninety.one years old, and a resident of Forrest county, 'Penn sylvania, passed through Corry recently, on his way to Boston, to find friends he had not seen for fifty years. He never saw a steamboat, nor a train of care un til last week ; and has lived tan miles from any town or village for the last fifty y ears. ifisr The Union League House, of Philadelphia, was found on Friday morn ing of last week to be on iirei fortu nately the moat valuable articles, such, as, paintings, carpets, curtains, library, &c., were saved. The building was. in sured for s6o.ooo—the furniture, &c., at $lO,OOO. The building will be imple diately repaired. air The President, did AO make a polititalspeeeb at Chicago. The reas on was that Gen. Logan was stopping at the same hotel, and arrangenients were made to call him ont in answer' to the President. This coming to the knowledge of the President and Mr. Seward, they concluded to hold their tongnee.—Pittsburg Gazette. or The corner stone of the , -Douglas monument was laid ou the 6th, in Chi cago, with imposing ceremonies. Among the distinguished participants' were'the President, Generals Grant and Meade, Admirals Farragut and Radford, and Secretary. Seward. ear president Johnson's "friends " in Georgia talk' of running ",Vic© Presi lent " A. H. Stephens for . Governor of that State. If Mr. Johnson's " policy " is successful, they will be ready . to run him for President in a year or two.— Pitisburg Commercial. gir A correspondent of the Press re marks that it is great injustice to Judas to compare him with Andrew Johnson. Judas did not go travelling round the country on his thirty pieces of silver, but went and hung himself " like a gen tleman," and gave up his spirit. John son will do neither. sfir.A copperhead exchange says if the President does not extend his tour Soath it will be because he needs repose and*stinence from excitement. We perfect:ly agree with our coternporetry, the President needs "abstinence." WV Ex President Fillmore welcomed President JOhnson to Buffalo ; a pair of noble brothers ! his a pity John Ty ler could not have been present, that the trio mightbare said : " When shall we three meet again,—Albany Evening Journal. • or At the booksellers',trade sale in New York, on Saturday, Gen. Dix's Life and Speeches, edited by himself, a miserable mass of exsggeration and ego tism, was sold at seventy-five cents per volume. The work was published origi. nally at seven dollars ! P fir Gen. Hartranft, at present Audi tor General, hEi3 been tendered the rank of Colonel in the regular army, which be has accepted. This,will involve his resignation as Auditor General, which vacancy will be filled by the Governor. sr The horses of Manchester, Eng land, are now cleaned by a machine; .one man at a machine can clean 30 horses in a day, whilst,l2 was foimerly considered a good days work. Gir The. total, cost of the New York Central Park up •to ,the first of last January, was $9,763,895,98. The visi tors last year numbered oyer seven mil lions. • Illio`oiiiliae; raised $46,000 for fir bows for soldiers' orphans in that State. e - 9 -THE MA.RIETTIA.N.e-Are sit (a Nottctss. MALARIA Evrevwnrag.—Rarely has there been a season as fruitful as this of male rions diseases. Not only on the parairies and in the valleys of the West ; not merely in all the old haunts of Fever and Ague and Bilious Remittent Fever have these prostrating dis eases been unusually virulent ; but they have extended to towns and cities never before in rested with them, and have ascended the mountains and attacked thousands of people supposed to have been placed by the laws of Nature above their reach. Hence we are compelled to admit that a fatal element.per vades the universal air this season, and should at once resort to the only approved preventive of Re consequences, Hostetter's Ste mace Bit ters, a tonic so potent, an anti-septic eo per fect, an alterative so irresistible, and a stimu lant so pure, that it enables the human system to resist and baffle all the predisposing causes of disease. With the confidence that one clothed in incombustible garments might move among blazing buildings, the man who arms himself against malaria with this powerful defensive medicine may walk a fever-scourged district fearless of its insalubrious atmosphere. The intermittents and rem ittelits at present so general in all partdef the country may be but the forerunners of a deadlier scourge now on its way westward from the far East. Prepare the system with Hostetter's Bitters for a suc cessful battle with the mephitic causes of all epidemics. Be wise in time. Sold every where —New YO7* World. Nov. 6, 1665. To CoNsustrrivzs.—The advertiser hav ing been restored to health in a few-weeks by a very simple remedy, after having suffered several years, with a severe lung affection, and that dread disease, Consumption, is an xious to make known to his fellow-sufferers the means of cure. To all who desire it, he will send a copy of the prescription, flee of charge, with the directions for preparing and useing the same, which they will finff a sure cure for Consumption, Asthma, Coughs, Bron chitis, Colds, and all tbroat and lung affections. The only object of the advertiser in sending the prest.ription is to benefit the afflicted and spread information which he conceives to be invaluable, and he hopes every sufferer will try his remedy, as it will cost them nothing, and may prove a blessing. Parties wishing the prescription, FREE, b: return mail, will please address Rev. EDWARD A. WILSON, Williamsburg, Kings County, New-York. 1/Y BLACK AB A CROW, 11 few years since, was many a splendid head that is now, grey or griz zled. Why not restore to the yet unwrinkled brow its raven honors? Five minutes effects the splendid transformation. In leas time than a rifleman would take to Load and Fire three times, the grayest head may be made darker than the Raven's wing. No matter of what undesirable tint the hair or whiskers or beard may be, the change to a superb and perfectly natural black orbrown is accomplished by one application' Of CRISTADORO'S HAIR DYE, with out staining the skin or injuring the filaments. Manufactured by J. CHRISTA DORO, 6 As tor House, New-York. Sold by all. Druggists. Applied by all ,4illir-41raCTEL Ir/ -Dr. TOBIAS' Horse Venetian Liniment. Pint Bottles at $l, for the cure of lameness, scratches, wind-galls, sprains, tit uises, splints, cuts, colic, slipping stifle, over-heating, sore throat, nail in the foot, etc. It is warranted cheaper and better than any other article ever offered to the public. Thousands of animals have been cured of the'Colic and over-heating by this liniment, and hundreds that were crip pled and lame have been restored to their for mer vigor. It is used by all the first horsemen throughout the States. Orders are constantly received from the racing stables of England for fresh supplies of this invaluable article.— Over 2,500 testimonials have been received.-:- Remember $1 laid out in time may save the life of your horse. Sold by all druggists. De pot, 56 Courtlandt-st., N. Y. !:3 - Permanent and wide-spread success is the best evidence of the goodness of BRAND. RETH'EI Prays.—They should be in every-fam ily, ready for use op thefirst symptoms, of dis ease occurring. This method will often save life. Remember the Cholera must be treated as a poison, and your safety demands it should be got rid of without delay. Colds, rheuma tisra,, asthma, pleurisy, diarrhoea, colics, in fact all sickness Is the consequence of active impurities of the blood ; these being removed, the health is restored at once. Observe my name in the government stamp in white let ters. Sold by all druggists. Earwax or Yoirri.—A gentlemanwho suf fered for years from Nervous Debility, Pre mature Decay, and all the effects of youthful indiscretion, will, for the sake of suffering humanity, send free to all who need it, the recipe and directions for making: the simple remedy by which he was cured. Sufferers wishing to profit by the advertiser's experi ence, can do so , by addressing JOHN B. OG DEN, No. 13 Chamber St., New-York. ILI- Deafness, Blindness and Catarrh, trea ted with the utmost success, by .T..ISAACS, M. D., Oculist and Aurift, (former]) of Ley den, Holland,) No. 519 PINE St., Philadel phia., Testimonials from the most reliable sources in the city and country can be Seen at his office. The medical faculty ere invited to accompany - their patients, as.he has no secrets in his practice. Artificial Eyes inserted with out pain, No charge for examination. 1:1- ITCH !—ITCH ! !—ITCH !! ! SCratC4! Scratch ! !—Scratch ! WHEATON'S OINT MENT will cure the ITCH in 98 hours. Also cures Salt Rheum, Ulcers, Chilbrains and' all erlitione of the skin. Price 50 cents. For sale by all druggists. By sending 60 cents to WEEKS & POTTER, Sole agents, 170 Washing ton-at., Boston, it will be forwarded by mail, free of postage, to any part_ of the Union. • STRARGE, BUT Tar E.—F.very young lady and gentleman in the United States can hear somethin^ery much to their advantage by return mail (free of charge,) by addressing the undersigned. Those having fears Of being humbugged will oblige by not` noticing this card. All others - Will 'please address their obedient servant, Tilos. F. CHAPMAN, 'Bl Broadway, Isl. Y. 14.1Arternos AND CELIBACi.-.--All essay of warning and instruction for.young Tien: also, .Diseases and 4buses which prematurely pros trate the .Vital Powers,..with, sure means of releif. Sent , free of charge, in sealed letter envelopes. - Address, - Da. J. Smilax Horrox7 TON, Howard Assbeiation, No:: 2 South Ninth Street, Pniladelphia, Pa. [jury. 1,,66-ly. Kt - The real" Velpau French Pills should not be used during a . certain time. as they will sur ly bring on a miscarriage: Sold by Dr. F. tile r Marietta, and by all good &WOO. PATTER. SON & CO., NO. 661 MARKET STREET, MARIETTA. PA. D EALERSIN FOREIGN 8E DOMESTIC HARDWARE., Keep constantly on hand a full stock of Buil LOCKS, HINGES, GLASS, PAINTS, OILS, WHITE LEAD, SUPERIOR ARTICLE OF CEMENT, &0., R 0 N: Rolled and Hammered Iron, Steel, Horse-Shoes Bar, Norway Nail Rods, Hoop and Band Iron, Horse-Shoe Nails, Bolts, Files, Rasps, etc. ding Material, Nails, HOUSE-KEEPTh G GOODS FIRST-CLASS COOKING - AND PARLOR STOVES, RANGES, Tuba, Churns, Cedar Stands, Wasn Boards, Buckets, Knives and Forks, Plated and Metalic Spoons, Sad Irons, Kraut Cutters, Waiters, Brass at t, 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, Bees, Spades, Horse Brushes Wheel Grease, Fish, Sperm and Lubric Oils Cistern Pumps, Long and Short Traces Breast Chains, &c., &c. TOO L S: Hand alid Wood Saws, Hatchets Chopping and Hand Axes, Planes, Chissels, Augers and Auger Bits, Braces, Prunnins Hooks and Shears, &c., &c. Thankful for past patronage, we hope to merit and receive a continuance of the same. PATTERSON CC SUPPLER & BRO., lit a IRON AND BRASS FOUNDERS and General Machinists, Second street, Below Union, Columbia, Pa. They are prepared to make all kinds of iron Castings for Rolling Mills and Blast Furnacer, Pipes, for Steam, Water and Gas; Columnt, Fronts, Cellar . Coots, Weights, &c., for Buil dings, and castings of every description ; STEAM ENGINES, AND BOILERS, IN THE MOST MODERN AND IMTROVED Manner; Pumps, Brick Presses, Shafting and Pulleys, Mill Gearing, Taps, Dies, Machinery for Mining and Tanning ; Brass Bearings, Steam & Blast Gauges, Lubricators, Oil Cocks ; Valves for Steam, Gas, and Water; Brass Fit tings in all their variety; Boilers, Tanks, Flues, Heaters, Stacks, Bolts, Nuts, Vault Doors, Washers, &c. BLACKYMITHING in GENERAL. From long experience in building machinery we flatter ourselves that we can give general satis faction to those who may favor us with their orders. 113°•Repairing promptly attended to. Orders by mail addressed as above, will meet with prompt attention. Prices to suit the times. Z. SUPPLEE, T. R. SUPPLEE—. Columbia, October 20, IS6O. • 14 tf New Trimming and Variety Store, Opposite Diffenbach's old stand, and two doors West of the Golden Mortar Drug Store, Market Street. MRS. MARGARET ROTH BI:GS leave to announce to the Ladies of the borough of Marietta and vicinity, that she has just returned froin Philadelphia, where she laid in an entire new stock of fashionable and useful TRIMMINGS AND FANCY AS, "ITCLES; NoTioNs, &c.,-eritibteicing all the Novelties of the Season, among which will be found the celebrated ilevratyle Trail ]loop Skirts; Plain & Fancy Carters; Queen Roods, Childrens Coats 8f Sacques Plain and . Fancy Mantua and Velvet J.ibbons, Gimps, Cords and Tassels, and Btittons in endless variety. Paper and Linen Collars and Cuffs for Ladies and Gents, Hosiery and Gloves, Linen & Emb'd Collars, Zephyr Shawls, Plain & Emb'd H.'dkfe. Opera Caps, Silk & Zephyr Scarfs Suspenders, Germantown Wool, Twilights, Breakfast Coseys. Braids and Shetland Wool, Bindings, • Zephyr Yarn, Laces, Neck-Ties, BALMORALS & SKELETON SKrELTS,' Corsets, Belting, Edging, Ruffling, Cord of all colors, Fancy Fans, Kid, Kid-liata Silk and White Lyle Thread Gloves, Silk Mitts, Embroidery, Men's Gloves and Neck Ties, Pearl Cuff Buttons, Belt Buckles of various styles, Tape Trimming, Linen • and 'Thread Lace. Thimbles, Silk Tassels, Emery Bags, Fancy Snaps, Perfumery, &c., &c. Particular attention has been paid to the se lecting of small wares, such as Sewing Silk, Cotton and Linen Thread, Whalebone, Hooks and Eyes, Needles, Pins, &c. Pam The public are particularly requested to call and examine for themselves. ;r:P' Mrs. R. 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 from her, how to work the machine. FISH'S LAMP HEATING APPARATUS. Boiling—Frking—Stewing—Steeping— WITH TII , E PLANE 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 -* * 4, convenient to have on hand. • • Drug gist's Circular.' • • ' l ' Fish's Lamp is one of the most popular novelties of the day, • * * the utility of it is unquestionable, .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 done on the ambulance cars which carry the sick soldiers. * -* Scientific dinieritari. * • 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. *. * Hall's Journal of Health. * * * I have tried the apparatus, and my wife and - I proclaim the same a most valu able and indispensable article, and we, now wonder how we 'could have so long done with-. out it. * • Ed. Coat Oil Circular. * * An economical contrivance for getting up heat at short notice for nursery and general hOusehold purposes, * * one important point is the saving in cost over coal tires. * * N. Y. Evening Post Prices from Two to Six Dollars. Capacity from One to Four Quarts. Three Articles Cleoked at one time with one Burner Arrang,ed for Kerosene or Coal Oil, or. Gas. A Descriptive Pamphlet of thirty pages fur nished gratis. THE UNION ATTACHMENT, Price 50 Cents, To be attached to a Common Kerosene Lamp or Gas Burner, by which water may be boiled, and faod cooked ; also arranged to support a sha4. Envy Family needs one. IrJr Two af these Heating Lamps can be heerrat John Spangler's Hardware. _ omor LUNG NEW 1 Patent clasp pock- V) et books, no gum bands to renew : adapte I to any'condition of the tinsuce;at -- JOHN SPANGLER'S. Aap-CHOICE Lot of Booka for children called indunructable Pleasure Books ; School and er Booke, Stationary, Pens, Pen holden Ire., at DR LANDIS!. C ONSUMP TIV ES, ARAD WHAT DR. SCHENCK IS DOING. DR. J. a. SCHENCK. DEAR SIR :----1 feel it a duty I owe to you, and to all who are suffering 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 you, as follows:—About eighteen months ego I was attacked with a severe cough, and it settled on my lungs ; I could not retain anything I ate, and suffered with evening fevers and night sweats. 1 was very much reduced. The whites of my ekes were very yellow ; likewise my skin ; my appetite all gone, sud unab.e to digest what I did- eat; bowels swollen, irregular and costive I was very low spirited, and bad such violent spells of coughing when I lay down at . night and tt hen I arusein the morning that they would last one or two hours. I 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 18112, not able to situp. I had the best of medical at tendance the 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 blood 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 heart, night sweats, and soreness 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 part of Missouri. Li June last we left there for the East, and in August last we came to New York, and .1: was so reducet that 1 could only walk" a little with my husband's help. After I had been here a short time the salt wa ter breeze made me feel much better for a time and then I had again to call a physician for aid. We bad four of the best physicians of New York on the diseases of the lungs, and doctors of all kinds, but of no avail. They skid I was past cure, and that my lungs were too far gone for any one to cure me. But at this time I was on my fret about the house, not able to do much of anything. In Novem ber last I 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 fut my disease— consumption and liver complaint—but of no avail. In January, 1863, I was brought down again on my bed, and 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 first night I was at tacked with spasms, and was deranged most of the time. A friend ; Mrs. Harris, came to see me the last of the week, and brought the Sunday Mercury. In it was an account of a great cure performed by Dr. Schenck. She read it to me, and it was so much like my disease that J asked my husband to go and see him for me. At this time I. had given up all hopes of ever getting well again, w.d made my peace with God, to be ready whenever he called for me. On the 27th of January, 1565, my husband called on Dr. Schenck, 32 Bond street, New York, and stated to hiun 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,ahott to go I asked lritu if he couldeitre mei His reply was " I cannot tell, bout 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. Ile said in order to do this ; he would have to g.ve me Mandrake Pills in small doses at first, to carry ott the morbid matter, and then, with astringents, he hoped to check it, which he did, but the constant coughing, night sweats, and diarrhea had prostrated ate so that he was afraid my vital power . i were too much prostrated ever to rally, and yet he seemed to think if 1 could live to get enough Pulnionie Syrup through my system to cause expectoration there were lungs enough left for me to recover. He wished toe to try the Pulmonic Syrup and Seaweed Tonic at once, saying it would do me no harm, if it did me nu good. The first week it seemed to give me strength, so that on Sunday after I sat up in bed and ate hearty fora sick woman ; but the next Week 1 lost all hope and wished my husband nut to give me any more medicine. ou the doctor lfsd warned him of this, and when the ingdit.ine was clearing out the 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 alter eight days I began to gain my strength, and, with the exception of a cold that put me baek some, I have been gaining strength of body, my cough is going away, and all my pains lir.. gone ; no soreness of the body, my bowels are regular, and my Meath is sweet, and I thank God that 1 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. 1 now have a poll appetite and rest well at night ; my cough does not trouble me in gett ing up or lying down. 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 nut; it is dangerous to trifle with these diseases. If you would be cured, go at once ; and any ose wishing to know the facts as herein stated can call at my residence, 117 West Houston 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 Etido know that she-used Dr. Schenck's Pulmonic Syrup and Seaweed Tonic, and ha% e reason to believe that to this medicine she owes her preservation from a premature grave. B. PA:R LOW, 117 West Houston st. EUGENE UN DERHILL 676 I:Tee:lynch street. Mrs. EUGENE UNDERHILL, 676 Green wich street. AUGUSTA UNDERHILL, 676 Greenwich street. A; F. Harris, 117 West Houston street. EMILY GLOVER, 117 West Houston at J. L. COLE, 33 Cottage pl. M. A. LEIGHTON, 483 Broadwai. Mrs. BENJAMIN CLAPP, J 9 Amity pl. lam well acquainted with Mrs. Mary F. Farlow, and with lies husband, Mr. B. Farlow they having for a fews months past attended at my church, and I am 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 hi s principal office No. 15 North Sixth street, cor ner of Commerce, Philadelphia, every Satur day, from 9 A. M., until 4 P. M., No. 34 Bond street, New York, every Tuesday, fr om 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 Respirome ter, the charge is three dollars. Price of the Pulmonic Syrup and Seaweed Tonic, each $1,50 per bottle, or $7.50 per hal dozen. Mandrake pills, 95 cents per box. For sale by all Druggists and Dealers. December 9. '1865.-lv. • 11l _ A TTENTION ! SPORTSMEN! ! Eley's Gui. Caps, Eley's Gun Wadds, Dupont's Sporting and Glazed Duck Powder Baltimore Shot; Shot Pouches, Powder Flasks, sold at - JOHN SPANGLER'S. ALARGE LOT OF BUI.F WINDOW SHADES at remarkably low pricee— to close out Jong SPANGLER. nORSET SHI R T SUPPORTERS an ex -anent article for ladies. Just received and for sale at MRS. ROTH'S Variety Store. A LL Kinds of Blanks; Deedit,•'&e For See st thir-oece Marietta South West Corner of AlN:et 4,4. g rrnii s ACADEMY being ba:n I established, will open the hetc,:*: Alonday, September lilt , ;8 This Academy is situated on the the Susquehanny, in the pleasant h 'a Marietta,Lancaster county, p a I ° /olso, about 3000 inhabita.lts and fourE l , e „ ° ,nit churches of different deootninstionsvi Parents can have a choice in ° Whit youth. The Pennsylvania Itsi,tav tha t run lour Passenger Trains ti to " ; u "'"iwtl daily, making _it easy ef access ' horn - e l ' of the State, which renders it pe„ l , a ?oh sirable to parents who may wi E ,ar•y de SOLIS and daughters from home la to b"thit thtf The present Principal feels ai,et aged at the patronage extendiiii enterprise, that be is determined that this shall be left undone to make it ant of the 14 schools in the State for obtaining t tutsue, education. The branches taught embrace sil those N tt thorough English and Classical eductition, no• gether with French and German, hour Painting, Vocal and instrumental Music. Every branch nhi thorough manner will be taught in th e ilio Whilst the principal will constantly zi a make thorough scholars, he still deem it no less important to inculcate moral and reiiguit principles. He pledges his best exeruouln committed t o the reo his charge.nt and future welfare all 4 Lectutes upon scientific subjects, will be d e , livered before toe students during the sei,i ß TEEM :—The School Year is divided MO sessions of twenty-two weeks each. The fall session commencing ou the t Monday in September and closing in Feksui., The spring session will open on the lid Mu; day in March. For boarding, washing and light per Esessiun of five insulin, • Tuition in English branches, if For Latin, Greek, French and German -each extra, Book Keeping, Lessons m Drawing, Instrumental Music, A regular examination will be herd ti t close of each term. ti Persona wishing to place their sotto; daughters in this Institution will please hiu¢ early application by letter or othmie;;. R. S. ALIA WELL, Thricig REFERS TO Rev. J. J. La:,e, Wrightsville, R. Wrightsville, Dr. J. LeYergood, Lancaster, Aaron Baker, Chatham, Chester, ca. Rev. Robert Alexander, Little hum. D. IVilson, Baltimore, Samuel Lindsay, Marietta., Calvin A. Sella:foci, ig H. D. Benjamin Dr. J. Cushman, Dr. F. Hinkle, ei Thomas Zell, A. N. Cassel, Jacob Roth, George W. Stahl, Marietta, February 3, laid..Ntf, E. RE3AINGTON & SONS IJA NUFA CTURERS Of Revolvers, Rifles, AND CARBINES, For the United State,: &mice. -411_,Lizectrina, 'Me abtes, nenalving Rifles Rule awl Shot Gun Barrels and 1 - 5 ui )2, reri,:;t, sold by Gun de•i!tr.g generally. In these days of Lrousehr,akin: ase Rokoh every House, Store, Sink old 07,e have one of ileh)ipcifoo' ii,:..i,il,:r:, Parties desiring to avail titorik.r'NeEc.i• , late Improvements in nemls. and nier: workmanship and forro, t,i,l nnd in the New V.tmiaa Circulars contaiorl, cuts s-cl of our Arms will bot, E. RE):ING:TOS InGs, N. Y. MOORE & NLCHOLS, Agtikß, Nu. 40 Courtland•st., N. Y. [654n LADES PARTILCLAit NOTICE . _ THE REAL VAL PA LT FE.V.ILE FILLS' [ WARRANTED FRENCH.] These Pills, so celebrated many yearstaeg in Parts, for the relief of female irregulantrti, and afterwards so notorious for du it eT IIOI employment in the practice of aitJtion , d re now offered for sale fur the tint timci o e ' ica. They have been kept in ctmparatire,:,s: scurity from the fact that the oriv.i - atort t , " VALPAU, is a Physician in P 4113. olgteit wealth and strict conscientitms pro,riplet,ot has withheld them from goneral nee, det should be employed for unlawful phtif' In overcoming female obstrucliehzt to be truly omnipatent, hurstiatt +Te n ` 11 ! ° gates from whatever cause may have them ; hut they are oflered to the Vibl' c ?? for leg itimate uses and all saent6 are : , r`: den to sell themw hen it is uudetstou ti tics the For 'Obj ealeect is uhlaWful. P ia by Dr. F. Hinkle, Marietts; •, Pyle, Mountjoy ; H. D. Parry sad h. 1 ; Hams Lad , Columbia, and druggists r.eueo ll.i. " i e Ladies can procure a box, se led imp' 1. , eyes of the curious, by enclosing Si fo i l postage stamps to 0. G. STAPLES, t;ea , er , Agent for us, Watertown, New- Yor, o, l' any or the above agents. 1b0.2D-IY "elb Fda!nut Nall C.lc)tial 'Jag Store? Market Street, 3larieltu. JOII N FOULKS • Having again leased, from Captain S 1 D. Miller, his old and Popular Cluthinglo%! would take this method of informing th er, e i lie that he has just laid in an exeeileat of everything in-the Iteady-made Clothing Lille, sucn A S Over, Dress and Business Coat!, Pantaloons and rests, .. .O£-ALL GRADES AND EUCES,. vt ott Cloths, Cassimeres and Vegnngs hand, which will be cut and made-llP.l°}or the tastes of customers. Gcuti cine3l 0 nishing Goods, Shirts, Drawers, Dose, Corr Suspenders, Neck Ties, HATS AV. OCo C.APS of lkc., . irkGOOdS at all all ki teespfroni&c the goe 2t t . the cheapest. Call and see for yOUISOVCS fore purchasing elsewhere. Marietta, February 17, IE66 -Iy. 'TOBACCO GROWI%-t`' TA M always ready la purchase BA CCU, at the highest market v o'l as invite persons to call at the hiarieus'reJ Warehouse, bringing simples with h! 'o 2; „. A. FULLER OWL Marietta, June 3D, 11,011ERT C. liilLia p S LAsiv iv,:g. Having located in the .13croo7h of :kisiietttise. would respectfully offes his eervice ty public, and being dctelminei to do well, and at reasonable, p icag. aDZ Zateive s liN-4:e: of"