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MARIETTA CAR linens. The several pas•
senger trains will leave the "Upper-station
Depot , ' follows: Morning train, East, at
ten minutes before S i Mail train West, 11:39 ;
Harrisburg Accommodation train, East, at 9
„minutes after 5 the sam t train Wost, at five
minutes before 7 In the evening.
MARIETTA, SATURDAY, JULY 4, 1863.
On Wednesday of last week, Col.
J. G. Frick's 27th Pennsylvania Volun
teers, arrived at Columbia from Harris
burg, and took command of the defences
at that pniut. On Thursday morning
eight companies of the regiment en.
camped on the farm of "old Joe Det
wiler," near Wrightsville, two compa
nies remaining on the Columbia side of
the river, and quartered in the old To
bacco warehouse, just above the bridge.
Everything went on in a gay pic-nic
style—ladies fulling in love with the fine
looking officers—until Sunday afternoon,
when word was received that the rebels
were coming tram York five thousand
strong—"horse, foc?t and dragoon"—
which brought all to the serious thought
that "danger was near." Col. Frick's
command ni?t, the enemy a shoyt, dis
tance beyond Wrightsville and gave
battle, but the over-powering ❑umbers
compelled them to retreat, which they
did in good order, and after all had got
into the bridge—the enemy following
close behind—the eastern end of the
bridge was blown out and set lire to.--
The entire structure was burned to the
stonework. On Monday it was thought
theyliad abandoned Wrightsville, when
a portion of Col. Frick's command came
to Marietta and here threw up some
embankments. The railroad trains
ceased running on Saturday. On. Mon
day, Tuesday and tVednesday a locomo
tive and two freight cars came up from
Columbia with "provender" for the
troops stationed here, however, the
ladies had in the meantime sent fresh
bread, butter, to them. All kinds
of rumors were flying about the rebels
filling back to York—then to Carlisle,
Le. It was also reported that on re
treating from Wrightaville to York;
they demanded of the Yorkers one hum
red thousand dollars in coin, two hun
dred barrels of pour, two thousand pairs
of boots or shoes and two thousand hats,
and on failure to do so they would shell
the borough. The Pennsylvania Rail
road company have a guard all along
their road, within speaking distance—
night and day—with orders to report to
the nearest telegraph station on the at
tempt of any rebels to cross the river.
The water has been left out of this por
tion of the canal, intending, it is said,
to neo the canal for rifle piti. Our
stores don't pretend to sell anything
but groceries, having packed up and
seat away overthing in the dry goods
P. S.—Since the above was put in
type we learn that of the hundred thou
sand dollars demanded, that only $28,-
610 was raised and the following arti•
eles: 2,500 lbs. sugar; 32,000 Ibi. beef;
1,200 lbs. salt ; 2,000 prs. boots and
shoes ; 1,000 hats; 1,000 socks ; 165 bls
flout and 300 gallons molasses. To gat
the requisite number of shoes those left
to be repaired had to be taken.
We are told that the copperheads of
the place say that the rebels were very
lenient with them—that they respected
private property, 1.c., and that no com•
plaints should be made. If making such
a demand can be tortured into "respect
for private property we are at a loss to
know what term to give plundering.
cir Our neighbors at Columbia erect
ed earthworks in front of the dam, to
prevent rebels from crossing on the
breast of it; after the completion of the
work, on Saturday evening the 20th ul
timo, a national flag was raised ou the
large walnut tree near the spot, and a
feast was given to the force employed
on the work, and to the citizens and
soldiers generally. A large crowd had
gathered and partook of the roast, and
other refreshments. A very appetizing
supper was spread on tables constructed
for the occasion, which was fully appre
ciated by the citizens present. The
works constructed at the dam consist of
entrenchments and embrasured fortifica
tions, the latter having the masonry of
the abutment of the dam for face.—
Properly armed and manned theSe would
prove truly dangerous strongholds, An
ox was roasted on the occasion, which
was provided by the liberality of H. R.
K.notwell of the Shawnee furnaces, and
W. G. Case of the Columbia Rolling
BO says the Columbia Spy.
Fir The following resolutiorl, has just
been adopted by our County Commis-
."Resolved, That the sum of two dol
lars per week be paid out of the ()minty
fund to each and every resident - of Lan
caster county, who will volunteer his
services under the last prockmation of
the Governor of the State, for the space
of three months, or during the period in
which*they are in active service, until
they are Opally discharged."
P. G. EamanAN, Clerk
or 4 car containing seventy-five re
bet prisoners passed through this place
_They came into our
lines at Finnisburg and were sent to
tom' Saturday capped the climax in
our borough—confusion worse confound
ed—the stores having packed up nearly
everything and windows and doors
closed, made everything look like a
thanks-giving day "away down east."—
Sunday, a thousand-and-one rumors of
the enemy crossing the Susquehanna at
13ainbzidge, Haldeman's, White's and a
half-dozen other places. Men on horse
back riding furiously up and down the
streets calling "to arms." At length a
squad was collected which went to
Schock's Mill and there learned that
the great bulk of the enemy was moving
toward Wrightsville, and about six
o'clock firing was distinctly heard on
the York county side and when it ceased
the Columbia bridge was found to he on
fire. It is reported that the rebel force
was about live thousand, under General
Gordon, and Col. Frick's only about
six hundred, so alit it would have been
madness to have persisted in contesting
the ground. Col. F. ordered a retreat,
and 'tis said only one man killed—a ne
gro—and three men wounded in the
skirmish. In this brush shells were
thrown into the Susquehanna, a great
many bursting in the air. At Wrights
ville three frame houses, a foundry,
plaueing mill and some lumber was
burned by•taking fire from the burning
bridge. Col. Shock writes the Lancas
ter Express that the loss of the Colum
bia bridge will not anct the bank aoy.
The first bridge over the Susquehanna
at Columbia was destroyed by the great
freshet of 1932 ; it cost upward of two
hundred thousand dollars ; the one just
burned cost $159:000, but in the esti
mate of the assets of the Bank its value
was put down the last year at' $lOO,OOO.
On this there was an insurance of $50,-
sta - Lancaster county, under the late
call froui the Governor, will be required
to furnish 21.54 nien. 'The following is
the Governor's call for sixty•thous-and
men fur the defence of the State, for the
period of ninety days:
I. Camps of Rendezvous- will be es
tablished by the United States Govern
meet fur districts, comprising the adja
cent counties, at such points as may ha
indicated by the commandant of the
Department of tho. Susquehanna and'
the Department of the Nionongahe.a,.in
charge of which Camps . Commanders
and skillful Surgeons will be appointed
11. Squads-and Companies will be.
received at the camps, and,- as rapidly
as possible, organized into conipanies
of not less than sixty-four men, and mus
tered into the service of the State, by
officers appointed by the Adjutant Gen
eral for this .purpose.
111. Officers will be elected—compa
ny officers by the men, and . field officers
by the company or line officers.
I\. Transportation to the camp of
rendezvous, nearest their location, will
be furnished by the United States Go
vernment, on application of any one
actually having charge of a squad or
company, to the agent at the nearest
Y. Troops, responding to this call of
the Governor, will be clothed, subsisted,
equipped and supplied by the General
Government, after arriving at their ren
air The following table shows the
towns and distances on the Cumberland
Valley railroad, from Harrisburg to
[lagers town, six miles north of Wil
liamsport, on the Potomac, near where
the rebels crossed into Maryland. The
rebels appear to have advanced along
this line of railroad since they crossed
the border, and the knowledge of the
distances from Harrisburg to the towns
along the road, will aid in understanding
the locality of the invaders :
TOWNS MILES TOWNS MILES.
Harrisburg, Oakville, 34
Bridgeport, 1 Shippensburg, 41
Shiremanstown, 5 Scotland, 47
Dt echanicsburg, 9 Chambersburg, 52
Kingston, 13 Marion, 58
Middlesex, . 1516' reencastle, 63
Carlisle, 18hState Line, 68
Good Hope, 231 organstown, 70
Allentown, 261E3agerstown, 74
CO' The fourth will be celebrated in
this borough by a military and civic
procession, reading of the declaration
of independence, speeches, patriotic
songs, &c , in the Town Ball Park.—
This celebration was gotten•up on the
spur of the moment, in order to have
something on the fourth. The compa
nies now doing duty herd will partici
titir Correspondence from the army
before Vicksburg expresses great confi
dence of the capture of the city. Gen.
Grant himself is also reported to have
declared that be was fully able' to take
the city by assault, but would not use
lessly expend life. Gen. Welsh's Ninth
Army Corps is there, in which is the
Pennsylvania Forty-Fifth, to which so
many of our Marietta boys belong.
eir John Deppellar offers five dollars
reward for any information that will
lead to the recovery of two cows, which
were either stolen or strayed away on
Tuesday last. One was a spotted
crumpled horn cow—the other a red
muley. This will be a severe loss to
John should it prove true that they were
Cr The post office will be open to
day—July 4th—frorn'7 to 8 io the inorn.
lug ; from 12 to 1 at Oetiti'; from ,7 to 8
kn. the 676014,
EP Li •
gir Gen. Reynolds, was killed at the
battle near Gettysburg on Wednesday
last. He was a brother of James L.
Reynolds, of Lancaster, where his re
mains have been brought. Ile was a
fir The borough council of Columbia
offers a bounty of $2O in addition to the
$2O offered by the County Commission
ers; to all who will enlist for six months
or the "Emergency." `Phis is a liberali
ty worthy of immitation.
er The Caledonia Furnace, in Fran
klin county, owned by Thaddeus Ste-•
rens, was visited by the . rebels, while
they occupied York, and everything
burned. • • •
I[3=' The confessions and eiperience - of a
nervous young inan,--published as a warning
and for the especial beLefit of youne men, aid
those who suffer with Nervous Debility, loss
of Memory, Premature Decay, Sze., by .dne
who has cured himself by simple means, after
being put to great expense and inconvenience
througn the use of worthless medicines-Pre
scribed by learned Doctors. Single copM.s
may be had (free) of the author; C. A. Lent
]] Ear, Esq., Greenpoint, Long Island, bye,, en
closing an addressed envelope. Address Cn as.
A. LAMBE,RT 3 Greenpoint, Long Island, New
' - • PELATRE AWS
STIMULATING ONGUENT, - OR • '
FRENCH CR.EANI! I ! -
For Bald Heads and Bare Faces-!!,!
This celebrated article is warranted to bring
out a full set. of Whiskers on .the smoothest
face,_ or a fine growth of hair eh a Bald head,
juices than six weeka, and will in noway in
jure or etain the skin. The French Cream, is
manufactured by Dr. M. Pelatreaus, of-Paris,
and is the only reliable article of the kind.—
" Use no other. 7 Warranted in every case:—
One BOx will do the Price 111 00. Im
ported and for sale Wholesale and Retail by
THOS. P. CHAPMAN,:
Chemist and Druggist,
831 Broadway, New York.
P. S. A box . of the Onguent will bd ;sent' to
any addrcis by Pefuin !nail, on receipt of price,
and 15 cents for Postage.
B Male and 6 Femalc Teachers',Wanted.
Ai,`examination of Teachers 1 , ,r Marietta
Schriol DiStrict will jake place in the
High School Room, on Tuesday,
JULY 7TH, 1563, at 9 o'clock in the mot ning,
When and where the Board desire to engage
the services of 3 male and 6 female Teaehers
for the ensuing session. Liberal salaries given
—as per grade of certificates.
Attest, A. SUMJ‘Y, Secretary.
Marietta, June, 27, 1863:
WOLFE'S ICE CREAM SALOON. ,•
31ar1:et Street, Marietta. -
Open everyday"2nd evening—Sundays
CORDS ON HEMLOCK BARK,
50 CORDS OF CHESTNUT-OAK BARK,
10 Cords of White-Oak Bark.
' H. C. LOCHER, Lancaster, Pa
DR. WM. B. FAHNESTOCK,
OFRIDEr—MAIN-sT., NEARLY OPPOSITE A
Spangler & Patterson's Store..,
- . FRO. 4 7TO SA. At.
OFFICE HOURS. " Iro 2.
'''' — 6 . io 7 P.M.
SPECTACLES to suit all who.
can .be aided with glasses,
can be bought at H. L. 4 - E. J. ZAHM , S, COr
ner of North Queen-st., and Center Square,
Lancaster. New glasses refitted in old frames,
at short notice. [v6-ly
ILC 0 X , B Celebrated Imperial Ex:-
VW tension Steel Spring Skeleton Skirt, with
self-adjustible Bustle. The latest and best in
use, just received at
and will be sold at considerable below the
$ 0 0 REWARD.of the
Borough h o e r T A.
i o a w ri n e
t C t
a o u p % e e i r l
a Reirard of One Hundred Dollars for the ar
rest and conviction of the perpetrator of the
murder-of Charles A. Brady.
- • SAMUEL NIPPLE, SR.,
ERIME GROCERIE B:—Rio, Java and
Laguira Coffee; Crashed, Pulverized and
liroVvn Sugar; Superior Green and Black Tea,
Rice, Cheese and Spices; Syrup and prime ba;
king Molasses; Excellent Pearl Barley at
J. R. DIFFEIVBACH'S,
- DUFFALO ROBES, Horse Blankets,
I j Harness, Saddles, Whips, Ste.,
A tine assortment now on hand at IDA '
S. L. I)ELLINGER'S.
Market street, Marietta. call and see before
purchasing elsewhere. 17-3 in
PHOTOGRAPH - y
ALBUMS! ! ig"
A fine assortment of Photograph ;1 1 1. 0 1,. 1 1 , --
ranging in price from 75 cents to Five Dollars.
For sale at DELLINGER'S note; rah Gal
ery, Market street, Marietta.
100 G l l . gr A A N DTP' LEN
neatly new, and in good order.
' .En'quire at this office.
• Marietta, May 16, 1363.
A SUPERIOR COOK STOVE,
Very plain style, each one warranted
to perform to the entire satisfaction of `
PATTERSOII & CO.
r 1H E' American Watches are among the best
timekeepers now in use, and for durability
strength and simplicity far surpass any other
watch made in the world.
H. L.trE.J. Z A H 111
Corner of North Queeo-st., and Centre Square
Lancaster, Pa., have them for sale at the very
lowest rates—every watch accompanied with
the manufacturers guarrantee-tu ensure its gen
11L,AT ED WARE : A Large and fine stock
r of Platedware at H. L.-& E. J. - Z.knir's:
Corner of North Queen street & 'Center Square
Lancaster, Pa, Tea Setts, in variety, Coffee
Urns; Facile's ' Goblets, Sea Stands, Cake
Baskets, Card askets, Spoons, Forks, Knives,
Caiters,,&.i.;&e., at manufacturers prices.
RtIrLA - ruso attended to at moderate rates
LIVE.LItY.—A large and selected stock of
0 fine jewelry of-the latest patterns from the
best factories in the country can be found at
H. L.. 4; E. J. ZAHM'S.
Cor. North Queen et. and Centre Square, Lan
caster, Pa. Our prices are moderate and all
goods warranted to be as represented.
UTTA. PhIRC HA BLACKING-without
-13 brushing : For Boots, Shoes, Harness,
and Military Leather Work. It.
gives the leather a polish like patent leather
makes it water proof, il.oes not, stain the whit-.
est article of dress and need - not be applied or
tener-than two or three , times a month.
For e r ale at air. Landis' Drug Store.
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The best and cheapest Family newspaper in.
jHE 27TH VOLUME of the NEW-YORK
HERALD, the cheapest and best family
newspaper in existence,
was commenced on
the first-of January last.
The proprietor and editor now devotes espe
cial attention to all the departments of
THE FKEEKLY HERALD x .
In News Literature, - •
Fashion, War Maps,
Agriculture, the •
Meehan c Arts,
- Sporting Matters,
Cattle Market Reports,
Horse Market Reports,
. Business Reports, Editorials, .
Poetry, and all other essentials of a first class
WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, ,
It will be found .unurpassed..
It will be especially adopted to the require
ments of a family, possessing for the fathers
all the Mostimportant poliflcal, financial and
commercial, news ; while for the ladies its care
fully selected columns of literature of a higher
order and fashionc.ble intellipace will be found
THE. WEEKLY HERALD.
has the advantages of. all the.facilittes of the
NEW-YORK DAILY HERALD;
which is ackno pledged to be the leading pa
per ofthe country. Forinatance,the Tribune,
through Its managing editor,. makes the folio w.-
ing admission in a letter to one of its reporters:
, .„. Office of •The Tribune,
New-York,,April 28; - 1863.
My Dear Sir : , ,
The curiosity. and' anxiety, about Yorlltown
is fe vet ish, and the public like the paper best
that is always giving something. If, there is
absolutely nothing to write, about, drop ailing
and tell me that. The Metald., is constantly
ems with. Yorktown news.Tlive - 'bat
tle of the, l6th.we were compellid to copy from
it, • . .Yours very truly, S. 11.. G A Y.
CON r N
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Domestic; 3,lllitaiy,"Political, and Social—fur-
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vere, coMmenting 'upon the topics of the day.
The humorous-editorials of the Herald are one
of its greatest' specialities_ - -
3. The best, most complete and authentic,
War Maps ever published in a newqmper.-- ,
Exact, minute, tellable,. comprehensive.
_Column of the Weekly'
Herald is universally conceded to be the Meal
useful and ably prepared article of the kind;
writers Of' well knowl, ability and experience
are; espeeially..employed for this purpose.
The ,Weekly Herald will also contain'Finan.:
mat articles, carefully compile.if by'Writers of
great ability. Also reports of all. the Mar
kets,. Horse, Cattle, Money,. Dry GoOds, Pro
visions, &e., ack,nowledgedto,he the most coin
!Ate and ,carefully edited articles of tbe kind
appearing in any Weekly journal. And all
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JAS. G ORD EN BEN N'ETT,
EDITOR. AND PROPRIETOR,
N. W. Corner .Fliiton and Nassau Sts.,
NEW YORE CITY.'
Editors publishing the above prospectus tWo
or three times:will be entitled to an exchange
There are no traveling agents for the Herald.
MARIETTA MARBLE YARD.
Michael Gable, Agt.,
MARBLE MASON AND STONE CUTTER,
Opposite the Town Hall Park,
_te n _
THE Marble business in all its branches,
will be continued at the old place, near
the Town Hall and opposite Funk's Cross Keys
Tavern, where every description of marble
work will be kept on band or made to order at
short notice and at very reasonable prices.
Marietta, J une 29, 1861. 49- ly
- T C FAIINESTOCK
eassei stmetzofc pETIIIS.I,
-n o ESPECTPUI.LY. offers his professional
services to the citizens of Marietta and
vicinity assuring them that all operations in
trusted to his care, either in Operative or Me
chanidal Dentistry, will be executed in a tho
roughly acientiEc manner.
o.l•Fren : On Main street, a few doors 'west
of the Post Office. [v9 -35-Iy.
J. R. DIFFENBACH having laid in a very
serviceable stock of strong and well-made
• • • WINTER CLOTBING,
such as Coats, Pants and Vests, which will be
sold at a lower figure than can be bought any
where else. Come and bear the prices. •
VITINE AND LIQUORS.
VV Superior Old Brandy, Old Rye. Whiskey,
Rolland Gin, Old Illaderia,Lisbon, Shbrry and
Pert \•Vines. -
Pittsburg Whiskey'always, on band at the
lowest market prices. Very Fine BrandY xI
a very_ loiv. figure. '
J. R. DIFFF.NB A CH. Market-st.
wm. B. REDGRAVE,
- Commission Lumber Merchant,
West. Falls Avenue, Baltimore,, Md.
romILESPECTFULLY offers his services for the
ale of Lust B ti of every description.
his knowledge of the business he- feels
confident of being able to obtain the highest
market rates for everything entrusted to him.
(f) . . .
A General Assortment of all kinds Of
BUILDING HA TIDWARE, LOCKS;
Hinges, Screws, Bolts, Cellar Grates,
Oils, Glass and Putty, very cheap.
• , . PATTERSON Sr. CO.
DANIEL G. BAKER,
ATTORNEY AT .T,ATV,
OFFICE :—No. 24 NORTH. DUKE STREET,
opposite the Court House, where he will
tend to the , practice of - his profession in all its
various branches. : [Nov. 4, '59.- ly
SOLDIER'S' BOUNTY, .
BACK PkY, PENSIONS,
Collected promptly. Discharged - wounded sol
diers are now entitled to.bounty.
OFFICE at Shaffner's Hotel, Mountjoy, Pa.
G. R. R E .NDRICKS.ON.
Mountjoy,.May 2,1563-3 m.
W JUTE SWAN HOTEL..
FRONT STREET, _MARIETTA.
The undersigned having again leased this old
and popular hotel, takes this method of in
'formingrhis old friends and the publiegener
ally, that nothing shall be spared to keep up
the reputation of- the house, and make it
worthy of the support of the traveling pub
- lie.. GEm. W. - HECKROTI/E.
yj - ICK011.1" Sr. Oak Wood, 50 Cords each
• l -1 . Hickory and Oak Wood. Orders must
'be accompanied with the cash when they.will
be promptly-Mee. Spaugier & Patterson.' ."
1.110/ILEN?R' leag celebrated 6IN,
I-- H.-D. _DENJAIIIIH.
J. , R. DIFFENI,ACEI
Ii AS NOW OPEN lIIS USUAL - Alip WELL ASSOVE-
ED STOCK OF
De nines and
Together with -other news styles of Dress
Goods of various names. His stock embraces
besides a fail assortment of
Drillings, • • Tick,ngs, -
Flannls, • Brilliants,
Linens, .. Shawls - ,
Hankeichiefs, Shirt Fronts,
Spring Balmorals, Hoop Skirts,' ' •
White Embroidered Skirting,
A large portion of these goods having been
purchased before the recent advance in price,
will be sold.at rates below the • ;•
, PRESENT MARKET VALUE.
CASSI ER ES,
A general assortment of Spring and Summer
goods for Coats, Pants and Vests. ALSO, A
L6l' of ilkady-incide Cl6thffig,
which were bought before:l he "advance; and
which will be.sold, at less than presegt whole
sale prices. .
Mina, Glass and Queensware,
Looking Glasses, ' Carpeting,
Boots and Shoes, Window Shades,
Window and Wall - Papers
Choice White and.' Brown Sugars, Java and
Rio Coffee, Green and. Black Tea, extra
Sugar-cured Hums, .Ground Alum
Salt, Mackerel in 1, and eighth.
barrels 10 barrels'New Ilerrinm.
He also continues to keep on hand' ' a lat-ge
supply, of superior Wines, grandieS, Gins,
Schnidann &hanks, Drake's Plantation Hit
ters, and a superior article of Old Rye, all of
whieti will be sold at the lowest market rates.
Alarietta April 4, - 1563.•
zat WINES 3/. LIQUOIE,
RA. 6 El. D. 131 7 1 NT. JAM
DEM LA IN
WINES & LIQUORS,
Picot Building, RI arietta, Pa.
BEGS leave to inform the public that he
"will continue the WINE & LIQUOR busi
ness, in all its branchas. He will constantly
keep on hand all kinds of
Brandies, Wines, Gins, Irish and Scotch
ill'hiskey, Cordials, Bitters,6-c.,
Justly Celebrated Rose Whisky,
ALWAYS ON. HAND.
A very superior OLD RYE WHISZEY
oat received, which is warranted pure.
13- All H. D. B. now asks of the 'public
is a - careful examination of his stock and pri
ces, which will,'he is confident, result in Ho
tel keepers and others fiuding it to their ad
vantage to make their putchases from
'lsst thapitS .Atat aitb' eap .5-torr.
*(.lj:lk' & Z 1 1 (9 ., ihtteiv,
No. N. QUEEN:-STREET, LANCASTER.
ri - AVE now completed their astortment of
11 - 1 ' HATS AND CAPS,
AND ARE ENABLED TO OFFER AA,
Many new and elegant styles,
Manufactured in the best manner, including alt
• • THE . POPULAR STYLES
WHICH NOW. PREVAIL IN FAR.Ii,
AT VERY LOW PRICES.
REMEMBER T H E PLACE,
SHULTZ & BRO.,
Hatters,• N0.'20. N. Queen at., Lancaster...
( - 1 E 0 W. WORRALL,
Having removed taihe Rooms formerly oceupiet
by Dr. gsbentzel, adjoining Spangler 4. Pat
terson's &orb,Market Street, where he is now
prepared .to wait on all who may feel
ti - a s i lsa : disposed to patronize hint.
Dentistry in all Its branches tar
ried on. TEETH inserted on.the most approved
principles of Dental science. All operations
on' the mouth performed ir. a skillful and
workmanlike manner—on fair principles and
ON VERY REASONABLE . TERMS.
Having l determined upon a permanent loca
tion at this niscP, would ask a continuation
of the lit ronage heretofore extended
to him, for which he will render every possi
;a- Ether administered to proper persons.
TO OFFICERS AND SOLDIERS.
Collection of Pension; Bounties. ,Bacli
Pay, and War• Claims;
OPers' Pay Rolls, Muster Rolls, and
Recruiting Accounts made out.
THE undersigned, having been in the em
pl.vment of the United States during the
lust eighteen months, as Clerk in the Muster
ing and Disbursing Officeand Office of ,Super
intendent of Recruiting - Service of Pennsylva
nia, respectfully informs the public thathe bas
opened an office in the Daily Telegraph Build
ing for the purpose of collecting.. Pensions,
Bounties, Back Pay and War Claims ; also,
making out Officers' Pay Rolls, Muster Rolls
and Recruiting: Accounts.
All orders by mail attended to promptly.
SULLIVAN A S. CHILD
Harrisburg, Nuv..29, 1362. 18-1 y
C- F. A PLAM S - .
Coal Oillamps and Lanterns
9 ` eve's. Weill, suitable for the Parlor, the
kitchen and the Chamber; Banging and Side
Lamps for. Halls; Churches, Stores and Offices.
Having purchased them from the manufactu
rers in large quantities at the lowest cash rates,
we can sell thein Much under the usual retail
prices, although every other destription of
goods are adimneing.
-. • PATTERSQN ef CO.
A MERI gI N ITTD TE E P HIA
Located on' Chestnto street, opposite the
OLD S PATE HOUSE,
and in close proximity to the principal Jobbing
and Importing Houses, Banks, Custom House,
and places of amusements. The City Cars
zan be taken at the door (or within square)
for any depot in the City. The House has
been renovated and refitted.
Ia—TERMS $1:75 PER
DAVID COO H
Glazier and Paper Hanrer.
1 - 17 QULD most respectfully' inform the cit
izens of Marietta and the public gener
ally that he'is prepared to do
Paper Hanging, 6-e.,
At very short notice lind tit prices.to suit the
times. lie can be found.,st 61:ti`railtnei's resit
deuce on the . ..comer, of. Chearpit,said Second
streets,.'a few doors ,below Church,
and immediately - oppo&te ;tile„,.:ord Oberlin
Coach Works.. -1.411 g•
N and w
e i g. -4 1. 3 .41 A g ( rd to : 4.P..tifi; :44 Vitt loiv as
Cad= btbOUght elphi
• Salrsa.auar lNiktisf;
Druggists 6 - Pharmacutists, •
Vp ° 4RKET STREET, AIA RIRTTA,
Opposite Di enbach's Store.
TTAVE Just received a new and hash stock
Dye Stuffs_ and Perfumery,
Also, a large and fancy lot of Coal Oil Lamps,
Spades, Globes • Burners, &c., Inks, Pens,
Paper and Envelopes, Fresh Seidlitz
Powders, Citrate of Maemesia,
Cologne, Hair - Oils and Per
. fumery, Pomades, Spgq . ,
• ' PURE
Cloves, Al a e c, Pocket
Books, Combs,' Brushes, Soaps,
Gum Rattles, Balls and Rings, Bazin's
Shaving Cream, I3urnett's Cocoaine, and Kai—
Baton, Flavoring Extracts of Lemon. Va
nilla, Pine apple, Strawberry, Row
• and Almond, Infant Powder, Puff
_and Powder Boxes, Balm of a'
Thojsand Flowers, Gar..
den Seeds of the best
quality and va
9Z' Flower Seeds, consisting of some of the
Cattle Powders and Liniments.
All the celebrated Family Medicines con
staiit/y on hard.
Prescriptions and Family Receipts carefully
compounded. [Alai is, 1563.
a e ll -rri 2711 r
&ID 4uit a
E hive 4u.t opened ls a full assortment of
adapted to the present and approachtng sea
son, which we are selling tat a small advance.
OUR LINE OF FABRICS FOR
CANNOT BE SURPASSED,
it embraces everything
NEW, BEAUTIFUL AND DESIRABLE.
ALso, a well selected assortment of Sea.vy,
medium and light
An a Destilas,
for full suits adapted to men and youth's wear.
A large stock of Hosiery and Gloves at
CHEAP DOMESTICS, Muslin% Tick Inge,
Osnaburge, Checks, Gingham s, &c., &c., at
least 20 per cent under the present city rates.
CARPETS AND WALL PAPERS
Ingrain and Rag CarS r ets ; 9000 pieces assorted
Buff Holland, Green Oil loth, Transparent
of all shades) and Paper Blinds.
'Colored and Grey Linen, Cotton and Woollei..
. Carpet Chain.
Full Dinner and Tea Setts of the beet makers
Sugars, Syrups, Fish, Salt, &c., at last Decem
ber prices. An early call is solicited.
SPANGLER & PATTERSON,
No. 66 MARKET-ST.
S. S. RATFIVON,
Merchant Tailor, and Clothier,
At P.. 1. Eramph's Old Stand, on the Cor
per of North Queen and Orange
Streets, Lancaster, Penn'a.
R A TEV U L to the Citizens of Marietta
and vicinity, for the liberal patronage
heretefore 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.
CLOTHS, CASSISIEBES A N D V ESTIN'GS, and
such other seasonable material as fashion and
the market furnishes, constantly kept on hand
and manufactured to order, promptly, and rea
sonably, as taste or style may suggest.
. A LSO,REA DV-MADE CLOTHING,
Gentlemen's Furnishing Gooods
and such articles as usually belong to a Mer
chant Tailoring and Cic,thing establishment.
Black Hawk Iron Ore Washer
gillE undersigned having just completed new'
!interns fur the manufactuw, of the eelo
brated Black Hawk Iron Ore Washer. He .
has removed several objections to the old pat
em, and now feels certain of being able to
wash one-third more iron oro per day, and
much cleaner.. Machines manufactured and
put up anywhere desired at the shortest no
tice, and the working of the machine guarran
teed. He can refer, by permission, to Col.
James Myers, of Donegal Furnace, Marietta,
and to lames L. St ultz, Esq., adjoining Mari
SA.MU EL -HOP KINS,
Marietta, Lancaster Co., Po.
Marietta, May 21, 1651
Boot and Shoe Alanufacturer,
MARKET STREET, MARIETTA, PENN.
Would most respecttully inform the citizens
of this Borough and neighborhood that he has
the largest assortment of City made work in
his line of business in this Borough, and be
ing a_practical BOOT AND SHOE MAKER
himself,is enables to select with more judgment
than those who are not. He continues to man
ufacture in the very best manner everything
in the BOOT AND SHOE LINE, which he
wilt warrant for neatness and good tit.
Call and examine 'his stuck before pur
J. Z. HOFFER,
OF THE BALTIMORE COLLEGE
qtaamo OF DR.NTAL SUitGEttY,
LATE OF HARRISBURG.
ink F F I CE:—Vront street, next door to R.
UP Williams' Drug Store, between Locust
and Walnut streets, -Columbia.
DR. W. H. BEANE haying purchased Dr.
West's interest in the West & Roth Drug
business, an f having located in the borough
of Mariett- for the practice of his profession,
would ipectfuily offer his professional servi
ces to Lue public.
To TILE CITIZENS OF MARIETTA. I take
great pleasure in recommending Dr. Wit. FL.
'BEANE as a Physician in whom I have every
confidence, believing that he-will give satis
faction to all who may employ him.
ii. IV sr; M. D.
Marietta, November 8, 1862.
JAMES M. KING,
No. 139 SOUTH FIFTH STREET,
above J alnut, Philadeivhia.
r AO LANDLORDS! Just received, Scotch
and Irish W /I I.S KIES, 17:attar,-
pure, at FL D. Bcrijaniain's.
A CHOICE Lot oeliooks for children called
indtstructable Plea Aube Books ; Schoolanti
Paper Books, stationary,:, Pens, Pen holders.
-For sate by-Dr.l.anclis.
f llt Laigest 'and best assortment of Fane' ,
'biotic& CAssimeres and vesting ever effete:l
in this market snit' will be' seld'at prices which
defy copiletition. tty ptieraktch.,