The Mariettian. (Marietta [Pa.]) 1861-18??, June 01, 1867, Image 3

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The Morning Passenger train for Lan
ater and Philadelphia wi leave the upper
elation at 12 minutes after 8 o'clock. The
Mail train going westward will pass upper
l otion st 7 minutes after 12 o'clock, NOON.
The Harrisburg accommodation train eastward
will patio at 26 minutes after 5 o'clock, in the
afternoon and returning arrive here at 43
minutes after 6 o'clock in the evening.
Quite a bloody rencountre ocCurr- 1
o d between a Negro and arbatchman on 1
Thursday night last. it appears a Goer
ma named John Warley, living oppo
du, Kline's tannery, had purchased
some straw from young Kline, and
whilst removing it, John Johnson's
(negro) wife accused him of stealing it,
whereu pon Warley struck the woman
ever the bead with a wheelbarrow side
board. Upon 'learning this Mrs. John-
E au's son, a long-legged boy of about 17
years, loaded a gun and laid in wait for
IVarley and shortly after shot him in
the back part of the head, almost liter
ally tearing it away. Physicians were
immediately called In and declared the
case hopeless. The boy procuced a
neighbor's horse and was soon out of
t o wn. On Friday morning constable
Fryberger left town to arrest him,
fir The body of an unknown boy was
found floating in the Susquehanna, by
Michael Illy, near Vinegar's ferry, on
Tuesday morning last. From the ap
pearance of the body it is supposed to
have been in the water about three
weeks. An inquest was held, and a ver
dict of accidental drowning rendered.
go' The Susquehanna is again up and
in fine running order. The "oldest in
habitant" has no recollection of the
Susquehanna ever having "been np" as
often. 'Every facility has been offered
to get all the lumber manufactured, to
market. . .
Gs George Kugel, better known as
' Old Vorrick," who was one of " Napo
leon's Old Guard," died in this place, a
few days since. He was 83 years old.
The old man was blind for a number of
}ears, but would persist—CW:lo in hand
—to walk around hie old accustomed
. .
CT The Columbia klerald says from
four to live thousand shad were caught
at that place during last week. The
&lieu tearly opposite this place, form
erly called the Haines' fishery, having
been "trying a catch,' and au ceeded is
seineing seven,
I The " Little Corporal" for June
is on our table. As usual it is full of
amasentent and instruction for the lit
do folks, A new volume will commence
with the next number. Criae, 4;1.00 per
year; sample copies, containing list of
pterniums for clubs, 10 cts. Address
Alfred Sewell, Chicago, Illinois.
it-r The "Open Temperance Society'
will hold a meeting in Temperance hall,
en Monday evening next, at eight
o'clock. The question— . "which suffers
most from Intemperance, man or wom
an?'--will be again brought before the
society for discussion. The public are
earnestly invited to be present.
..... .
ire Mr. U. I. Sawyer, of this borough
lies been authorized by J. E. Barr, to
canvass the townships of West and East
Donegal and Mount Joy, for the sale of
the portrait of the [lon. Thaddeus Ste
vens. Mr Sawyer will commence can
vassing immediately.
cir The yearly meeting for the elec
tion of trustees of Zion's church, will be
held on Monday evening next, at 6
o'clock. Punctual attendance is rogues
ted as the yearly settlement will take
place and other important business be
. .
4 A blanket was fouud on the pike
between Marietta and Columbia, on the
18th of May. The owner can have it,
by calling at this office, proving proper
ty andpaying for this notice.
er We erred last week in stating the
same of the firm, in which Albert Bus
ton and David Roth, of this borough
Were a part; it should have read Roth,
Barr & Co.
tilt Dr. L ndis has just reopened his
Arctic Mineral Water Fountain, where a
rery palatable and cooling drink can
SOW be had for RALF-A-DIME, A very
cheap lusnry:
. ......
fir The July number commences the
new volume of that old favorite "GODEY."
For terms, 3:c , see advertisement in
another column.
ear S. S. Nagle, of this borough, has
been appointed Assessor for , the third
eab-distriet, Dr Keller, removed.
ler The first grand Pie Nic of the
season will be held on Chicques fill
lkir Messrs. Spangle; & Rich have
resumed operations on their new store-
I Messrs. Britton & Musser have
jest received a fresh lot of drugs, chem
icals, etc.
In Columbia, on the 23,1 inst., by the Rev.
I h. M. Reidenttch, Mx. Roeder HUGER,
4..,f Lancaster. and A v 'V 54 of
On the 27th inst., FANNIE, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. James Dugans, of this place, aged
7 months.
In this borough, on the 28th inst., GEORGE
WAGERER, aged 53 years.
SpeziaL Notitt.s
THE LAWS OF HEALTH.—It is useless for
State Legislatures to pass laws for the preser
vation of the public health, if the great law of
seltpreservation, which depends for its en
forcement upon the wad of the individual, is
suffered to re haiu a dead letter.
There is scarcely an adult member of the
community, of either sex, in this country, who
has not seen the testimony in favor of H os-
their own signatures by persons of acknowl
edged eminence in science, literature, art,
commerce and every department of business
and professional life. These witnesses have
declared in the most explicit terms that the
preparation is a safeguard against epidemics,
a sovereign remedy for dyspepsia, a valuable
anti-bilious medicine. a promoter of appetite,
a genial and harmless stimulant, a good accli
mating medicine, a strengthener of the nerves,
a general invigorant, a protection against the
deleterious effects of malaria and impure wa
ter, and that it imparts a degree of vigor a _d
activity to the vital forces which is not com
municated by any other of the tonics and
I store achics in use Under these circumstan
ces the self-preservative law of natu.e should
teach every rational person who, either by
I reason of inherent debility or in consequence
of exposure to unwholesome influences, is in
peril of losing the greatest of all temporal
blessings, HEALTH, the importance of using
toe bitters as a defensive, medicine. Dyspep.
tics who neglect to give it a trial are simply
I their own enemies. ,It is guaranteed to cure
Indigestion in all its forms, and the , bilious
and nervous will find nothing in the whole
range of official and proprietary medicines
which will afford them the same relief.
SCHENCK'S SEAWEED Torun. This medi
cine invented by Dr. J. H. Schenck, of Phila
delphia, is intended to dissolve the food and
make it into chyme, the first process of diges
tion. By cleansing the stomach with Scheitick'ti .
Mandrake Pills, the tonic soon restores the
appetite, and food that could not be eate z be
fore using it will be easily digested.
Consumption cannot be cured by Schenck's
Pulmonic Syrup unless the stomach and liver
is made healthy and the appetite restored,
hence the Tonic and Pills:are required in near
ly every case of consumption. A half dozen
bottles of the SEAWEED TONIC and three or
four boxes of the MANDRAKE PILLS will cure
any ordinary case of dyspepsia.
Dr. Schenck makes professional visits in
New York, Boston, and at his principal office
in Philadelphia every week. See daily papers
of each place, or his pamphlet on consump
tion for his days for visitation.
Please observe, when purchasing, that the
two likennesses of the Doctor, one when in
the last stage of Consumption, and the o tint
as he now is, in perfect health, are on the Gov
ernment stamp.
Sold by all druggists and deniers, price $1.50
per bottle or $7.50 the half dozen. All letters
for advice should be addressed to Da.
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M.ssouri. [Oct. 20'66-1y- Isla,.
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a state of trance, she delineates the very fea
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the aid cf an instrument of intense power,
known as the Psychomotrope, guarantees to
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date of marriage, position in life, leading traits
of character, &c. This is no humbug, as
thousands of testimonials can assert. She
will send when desired, a certified certificate
er written guarantee, that the picture is what
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of hair, and stating place of birth, age, dispo
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cents and stamped envelope addressed to your
self, you will receive the picture and desired
information by rettrrn mail. All communica
tions sacredly confidential. Address in confi
dence,. MADAME E. F. THORNTON, P. 0. Box
223, Hudson, N. Y.
A YvIING LADY returning to her country
home. after a sojourn of a few months in the
city, was hardly recognized by her friends,
In place of *coarse, rustic, flushed face, she
had a soft ruby complexion of almost ramble
smoothness, and instead of twenty-three she
really appeared but eighteen. Upon inquiry
as to the cause, of so great a change, she plain-
ly told them that she used the CIRCASSIAN
maim, and considered it an invaluable acqui
sition to any Lady's toilet. By its use any
Lady or Gentleman can improve their Perron
al appearance an hundred fold. It is simple
in its combination, as Nature herself is simple,
yet unsurpassed in its efficacy in drawing im
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beautifying the skin and complexion. By its
I direct action on the cuticle it draws from it all
its impurities, kindly healing the same, and
leaving the surface as Nature intoned it
should be, clear, soft, smooth and beautiful.
Price $l, sent by mail or express,. on receipt
of au order,by W. L. CLARK & Co.,
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The only American Agents for the sale of
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to all others for family and manufacturing
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are speedy, noislesS, durable and easy to work.
Illustrated Circulars sent free. Agents want
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MENT will cure the ITCH in 48 hours. Also
cures Salt Rheum, Ulcers, Chilbrains and al
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sale by all druggists. By sending 60 cents to
WEEKS & POTTER, sole age Lits, 170 Washing
.-- ... iingdon. it will be forwarded by mail,
SUP 2-6W i l.l. . Al i milll a m = l M F. ‘ 9l M2 *
—ln the whole history of medical discoveries
no remedy has performed so many or such
remarkable cures of the numerous affections
of the Throat, Lungs and Chest, as this long
tried and justly celebrated Balsam. So gen-
erally acknowledged is the superior excel-
lence of this remedy that but few of the many
who have tested its virtues by experience fail
to keep it at hand as a speedy and certain
cure for sudden attacks of Cold—fully be-
lieving that its remedial powers are compre
hensive enough to embrace every form of dis-
ease. from the slightest cold to the most aan..-
gerous symptoms of pulmonary complaint.
From Rev. Francis Lodell, Pastor of the South
Congregational church, Bridgeport, Con-
nec tctit
"I Consider it a duty which I owe to suff
ering humanity to bear testimony to the vir
tues of Di. Wistat 7 Balsam of Wild Cherry.
I have used it—when I have bad occasion for
any remedy for Coughs, Colds or Sore Throat,
—for many years, and never in a single in
stance has it failed to cure me. I have fre
quently boen Very hoarse on Saturday, and
looked forward to the delivery o f two sermons
on the following day with sad misgivings, but
by a liberal use of the Balsam, my hoarseness
has invariably been removed, and I have
preached without difficulty.
I commend it to my brethren in the ministry
and to public speakers generally, as the best
remedy for the bronchial troubles to which we
are peculiarly exposed."
Prepared by SETH W. FOWLE & SON
Tremont Si., Boston, and for sale by drug
gists generally.
For all the Protean forms of Disease origi
Rating in
there is nothing that can equal the purifying
effects or lodine when administered in a pure
state. DR. H. ANDERS' lodine Water is a
pure solution of lodine dissolved in water,
without a solvent, and is the best remedy 'for
Scrofula and kindred diseases ever discovered.
Circulars free. J. P. DINSMORE,
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Hartford, Conn., Nov. 11, 1864
Messrs. Thos. Alicock Nf Co.—Please send
with dispatch, twelve dozen Allcock , s P6rous
Plasters. Our daily experience confirms their
very superior exeellence. At this moment of
writing a man applies for one, who, by en
tangletnent in the shaft of machinery, had
both his legs broken, spine severely injured,
and was for nearly a year entirely helpless.
This man found relief very soon by the appli
cation of a plaster to his spine. He was soon
enabled to work and now he labors as well as
ever. He would cheerfully pay $5 for a sin
gle Plaster if they could not be had at a low
er rate. lam surprised that surgeons do not.
make use of these perforated plasters to the
exclusion of all others, as their flexibility and
adhesiveness are greatly in advance of all
other plasters with which I am acquainted
•while the perforations peculiar to them render
ed them greatly superior to all others for or
dinary surgical uses. Knowing the plasters
to be so useful, I have no scruples that my
sentiments should be known.
Agency, Brandreth House, New York.
Sold by all Druggists in the United States and
WONDERFUL BUT tll.l7E.—Madame Rem
ngton, the world renowned Astrologist an
Somnambulistic Clairvoyant, while in a clair
voyant state, delineates the very features of
the person you are to marry, and by the aid
of an instrument of intense power, known as
the Psyehomotrope, guarantees to produce a
perfect and life-like picture of the future hus
band or wife of the applicant, with date of
marriage, occupation, leading traits of charac
ter, &c. This is no imposition, as testimonials
without number can assert. By stating place
of birth, age, disposition, color of eyes and
hair, and enclosing fifty cents, and stamped
envelope addressed to yourself, you will re
ceive the picture by return mail, together with
desired information.
pa- Address in confidenCe,Aare GEE
TRUDE REMINGTON, P. 0; Box 297 3 West
Troy, N. Y.
warning and instruction for young men : also,
Diseases and Abuses which prematurely Pros
trate the Vital Powers, with sure means of
releif. Sent free of charge, in sealed letter
envelopes. Address, Da. I. Sirriaari Honarr-
TON, Howard Association, No. 2. South Ninth
Street, Philadelphia, Pa. july 2'66-Iy.
Merchant Tailor, and Clothier,
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kir and vicinity, for the liberal patronage
heretofore extended, the undersigned respect
fully solicits a continuance of the same; as
suring them, that under all circumstances, no
efforts will be spared in rendering a satisfactory
equivalent for every act of confidence reposed.
such other seasonable material as fashion and
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W. PAINE, M. D., Editor,
Philadelphia, Pa.
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MHIS Company continues to insure Build
ings, Merchandise, and other property,
against loss and damage by fire, on the mutual
plan, either for a cash premium cr premium
Whole amount insured, $12,478,426,83
Leas ain't expired in 1866, 722,771:34
Ara of premium notes, Jan. 1,
1866, $685,123,27
Less, premium notes expired in
1866, 71,963:04
Balance of premiums, Jan. 1, '66, 6,609:15
Cash receipts i lass commissions, in '66,57,016:16
Loans, 9,400,00
Due from agents and others,
Losses and expenses paid in 1866, 73,025:31
Losses adjusted, not due Jan 1,'67, 21,296,88
Balance capital and assets,
January 1, 1867, 600,527,91
GEORGE YOUNG, Jr., Recretary.
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A new work just issued by W. Paine, M.
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The Philadelphia University of Medicine
sad Surgery was organized in 1848. Charter
ed by the Legislature, February 26, 1853.
Name changed by a legislative enactment to
the Eclectic Medical College of Philadelphia,
in 1860. In 1863 it purchased the Pennsylva
nia Medical College, established in 1842, and
the Philadelphia Medical College, which had
previously been merged into the Pennsylvania
Medical College. In 1864 it purchased the
Penn Medical University. The Trustees of
the separate schools united, petitioned, and
obtained a special act of the Legislature, con
solidating these institutions and changing their
names to that of the Philadelphia University
of Medicine and Surgery, March 15, 1865.
All these various acts are published in the
statues of Pennsylvania. The cost of the
building and museum was over one hundred
thousand dollars. It will be observed that the
University, as now organized, is the legal re
presentative of the four medical colleges that
it has absorbed. It is a liberal school of med
icine, confined to no dogma, nor attached to
any medical clique ; but embraces in its teach
ings everything' of value to the profession.
SessioNs.—lt has two full sessions each
year, commencing on the Ist. of October, and
continuing until the Ist. of January as its first
I session, and from the let. of January to the
Ist. of April as its second ; the two constitut
ing one full course of lectures. It has also a
summer session, commencing the let. of April
and continuing until August, for the prepara
tory branches, ouch as Latin, Greek, Mathe
maties, Botany, Zoology, Chemistry, Anatomy
Physiology, etc.
TICICETEL—Tickets to the full course of lec
tures $l2O, or $6O for each session. For the
summer or preparatory course $25. Graduat
ing fee $3O. 'To aid young men of moderate
means, the University has issued five hundred
scholarships, which are sold to first-course
students, for $75, and to second-course stud
ents and clergymen 101 $5O, each constituting
the holder a life member, with the perpetual
privileges of the lectures, and all the teachings
of the school. The only additional fees are a
yearly dissecting and matriculating ticket,
each of which is $5.
The student holding a scholarship can enter
the College at any time during the year, at
tend as long as he chooses, and re-enter the
institution as frequently as desired.
It requires no previous reading or study to
enter the University on scholarships, hence.
all private tuition fees are saved.
Students, by holding scholarships : can pros
ecute other business a part of the time.
The candidate for graduation can present
himself at any time, and receive his degree as
soon as qualified.
In case a student should hold a scholarship
and not be able to attend lectures, it can be
transferred to another, thus ploventing any
Parents, guardians, or friends of students
wishing to purchase scholarships for them a
.year or more before their attendance at the
University,can secure them by advancing one-
half the price, and paying the balance when
the student enters. Physicians and benevo
lent men can bestow great benefit upon poor
young men, by presenting them a scholarship,
and thus enabling them to obtain an honor
ble profession.
'The Faculty embraces seventeen eminent
physicians and surgeons. The University has
associate(' with it a large hospital clinic, where
every form of medical and surdical disease is
operated on and treated in the presence of the
COLLEGE BUILDING.- 7 Tlre College building
located in Ninth street, South of Walnut, is
the finest in the city. Its front is collegiate
gothic, and is adorned with embattlements and
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beautiful appearance. The facade is of brown
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elevation of eighty feet, and crowned with an
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between fifty and sixty rooms, all supplied
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hundred and fifty are now sold, those who
wish to secure one should do so at once. Mon
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check sent on any National bank in the United
States, when the scholarship will be returned
by mail, signed by the 'President of the Board
of Trustees, Jos. S. Fisher, Esq , and the
Dean of the Faculty, W. Paine, M. D. All
orders for scholarships or other business of the
University, shank, be addressed to Professor
W. Paine, M. D. Philadelphia, Pa.
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