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MkE ti Tr TIOVIIS% The several pas
sem:, r Laios leate the "Upper-'tation
t,,n,-,vs: Morning train, East, at
ten ni:awei b , fore S; MlTail (rain West,..l ;
Accoinninialion train, East, at 9
minutia after 5 ; the sam train West, at five
minute, before 7 in the evening.
MARIETTA, SATURDAY, JULY
Cr The next issue will complete the
ninth year of "The Mariettian," and
many are yet several years in arrears for
subscription and advertising. Wu must
make every•effort to obtain every dollar
due us or we cannot continue ; the
price of paper and everything pertain
ing to a printing office being alarmingly
high, and unless wo can get nearly all
due us, we must swamp. The trifle
from each subscriber is nothilg to each,
but all to us, We hope, therefore, that
all who know themselves indebted to
us for subscription, advertising or job
work will make it convenient to settle
with us immediately, for upon our suc-
cess in making collections, will depend
the continuation of the paper.
cr The Ladies Patriotic Circle of
this borough received the following
trr from Dr. Hinkle, acknowledging the
box of "hospital needs" sent him some
time since :
w a shington, D. C., June 16, 1563.
'a Miss Elibna
Secretary Lades Patriotic Crete,
T received by express, a few days since
the box containing the articles named
in your letter, and I now avail myself of
the first leisure moment allowed me from
my professional duties, to thank you and
the ladies you represent, for your very
timely present. These tokens of re
membrance from the good ladies of your
town are most gratefully acknowledged
by the soldier, and while he thus finds
himself the constant object of sympathy
and interest. with those who are at home
he cannot but bear his sufferings with
patient courage and resignation. lie
assured, ladies, year good work in behalf
these noble defenders of the Union will
meet a rich reward. If you cannot fight
nor battles, you can, and do perform ser
vices second to none others, for you in
spire with new life the fainting hearts of
husbands, mother's sons amd lovers, and
thus help on the cause of freedom and
justice. Your benefactions will be dis
tributed as you desire—to relieve the
wants of the sick and wounded, in whose
name I once more thank you most sin
cerely. With much respect.
F, litNet,e, U. S.
COL. W ICK'n.gil,lll'S 131 , 16' :3IENT.—T Isis
fine regiment, in Which nre four compa
nies from • Lancaster county has been
organized as follows:
Colonel, Prof. J. I'. Wickersham.
Lieut. Colonel, Charles McDougal, of
: Major, Benj. F. Cox, of Lancaster.
Adjutant, Lieut. D. 1 . 1, Herr, of Lan
Quartermaster, Lieut. Abraham rfart
ranft, of I:scorning, county.
Assistant Surgeon, Dr. Brainard Le•
mon of Lancaster county.
Chaplain, Rev. John C. Thom, of
The ilarrisburg Telograph,
tieing, the organization of the regiment
'Mils regiment, composed of men
from seven counties, and under the eoM
mand of Col. James P. Wickersham, is
made up of soma of tbe.bcstrrnaterial is
Service. The regiment numbers about
.850 officers and men, from the following
counties: one:company from Bradford,
one from Cumberland, four from Lan
caster, one from Lo:orne,one from Del
aware, ono from Chester and ono from
Clinton. It is expected that the regi
ment will soom.he with'the Army of the
COL. FRANKLIN'S RIGTSIENT.—TbiIi Sue
regiment of citizen soldiers left Camp
Curtin, Parrisbu'rg, on Sunday morning
for Chamhersburg. The Regiment is
now fully organized with the following
Colonel, 14.1mlen Franklin.
~Lient..Col., Thaddeus Stevens, jr.
Adjutant, Davit; K. Bprenger.
Quartermaster, Lewis ;slay.
Surgeon; Dr. J. F. /Tabor.
Assistant Burgeon, Dr.-Sam'i.:Kensag.Y.
Hospital Steward, Lewis Calder.
Sergeant Major, w. H. IL Buckles.
Quartermaster Sergeant, W. G. Binkloy
ar . Quite un excitement prevailed in
this place on Monday and Tuesday last,
in consequence of efforts made to enlist
a colored company of volunteers. A
squad of some twenty was shipped for
Philadelphia on Wednesday morning,
there to join one of the regiments being
raised. Fred, Douglass
_Broke -to, the
colored men in the Town Hall on
Thursday a. ternoon. His speech was
ono of the finest we have ever listened
to. The hall audience was four-fifths
white. Lie made a stirring appeal to
the colored men to fly to arms.
go" David H, Mellinger having re-
turned to Marietta, will resaine his old
business. He can be found at Appold's
Eagle, Hotel. His card will appear iu
eir Mr. Eckert having leased the old
Keesey-Glatz Ferry, opposite this bo
rough, is Dow prepared with new boats
to attend to all calls without delay.—
See his card in another column.
45 0- The "First,National Bank of Ma
rietta,'" ' '
will` eommence operations on
tfir Immediately upon the return of
some of our citizens from the battle-
field of Gettysburg and the condition
of the sick and wounded being made
known to our "Circle," that patriotic
association, went to work with a will,
and in a couple of days sent several
boxes containing the following dona-
From Mr. li. Musselmen, 1 barrel of
flour, and the biking of the flour. Mrs.
James Whitehill, 2 shirts, 1 towel, 2
pounds rice, 2 cakes soap, 1 paper corn
starch. Mrs. McQueen, 2 shirts, roll
of linen, muslin and lint, 1 crock of ap
plebutter, 1 crock cherry preserves.—
Mrs. W. nipple, 2 rolls of muslin, lot
or bandages. Mrs. Ramsey, 1 pliCher
of currant, jelly. Mrs. J. W. Clark, 1
can of apple.butter, 1 bottle wine, 5 lbs.
white sugar, 8 pounds rice, 2 papers
cornstarch, one ounce nutmegs, 2 pa
pers farina, bandages.. Miss Lily Paha
estock, 1 ham, 1 cup raspberry jelly, I
cup currant jelly, 2 bottles currant wine,
1 roll linen, 4 linen shirts, 2 rolls mus
lin. Mrs. S. F. Eagle, 2 bottles wine,
5 crocks jelly, '6 shirts, 4 pairs socks, 2
vests, 3 fans, 2 collars, roll of muslin.—
Mrs. Aaron Gable, 2 sbicts, 1 vest, 1
cravat, 2 pairs socks, 1 roll muslin, 1
towel, 4 pocket, handkerchiefs, 1 pillow
case. Mrs. J. P. Walter, 4 loaves of
bread, 1 bowl and 4 tumblers jelly.—
Mrs. Ferree, 3 towels, package of news
papers, 1 jar jelly. A Fliend, 1 towel,
1 shirt. Miss Boggs, 1 jar jelly, 17
rolls bandages, 2 handkerchiefs. Mrs.
.J Kline, 1 jar currant jam, 2 papers fa
rina, 2 papers cornstarch, 3 bars soap, 2
hop bags, 2 towels, 1 shirt, 2 handker
chiefs, 1 loaf bread, 1 bottle currant
shrub, roll of muslin. Mrs. Emily Cas
sel, 1 sheet., roll linen, 2 handkerchiefs,
2 pieces soap, 2 papers farina, 8 pounds
dried apples. Mrs. M. Wilson, bread,
lot of rusk, 8 yards bandages. Mrs.
Barbara Johnson, L pair pillows, 1 shirt,
1 pair drawers, 24 yards bandages, I
bottle grape, wine, 1 can quince pre
serves. Mrs. James 'Thompson, 2 hop
pillows, 1. loaf bread, 2 rolls, muslin, 3
handkerchiefs. Mr. Myers, 1 latiShel of
bran: Mrs. F. L. Baker, 1 paper corn.
starch, 1. paper tea, 1 paper pins. Mrs.
11. D. Benjamin, 1 bottle elderberry
vinegar, 1 bottle old rye, 1 Package
dried cherries, 2 rolls bandages. Ella
and Ida Benjamin, lint. Miss Carter,
lint. Mrs. Win. Child, 1 leaf bread, 2
shirts, 2 papers cornstarch, 2 bottles
ketchup, 2 tumblers currant jelly. - Mrs.
Geo. Ettla, 1 bottle currant wine, 1 loaf
bread, 1 101 l muslin. Miss Mary Inhoff,
1 bottle shrub. Miss Hopkins, 4 rolls
Lalpandages, lint, 1 jar strawberry pre
serv. s, 4 hop pillows. Mrs. A. N: Cas
sel, wino, jelly roll of muslin. Mrs. M.
A. Spangler, package lint, 1. shirt, 3
'bran bags, brig dried apples, 2 rolls rims
lim 'Miss Roland, .roll' muslin. Mrs.
C. A, Shaffner, 1. bottle wine,',l paper
farina, 3. cups jelly., 1 roll muslin. Miss.
M aggie Trainer,-.sl. Mrs. Samuel Hip
pie, 2 loaves bread, 1 crock currantjarn,
5 pieces soap, lint. Mrs. W. Krater, 1
bottle wine, 1 jar jelly. Mrs. Buchan
an, package of chersies, 1 paper corn
starch, 2 shirts., Mrs. Harry Schock, 1
paper cornstarch, roll muslin, paper of
sugar, 1 tumbler jelly. Mrs: T. Ander
son, 1 sheet, 1 roll muslin, t paper fa
rina. Tate Anderson, 1 cake scnip.—
Annie 11. Spangler, lint. Mrs. T. Zell,
4 shirts, 3 vests, 3 cravats, 1 pillow, 2
pillow cases, 17 yards bandages, 1 roll
old muslin, 1 bottle raspberry vinegar,
1 bottle currant wine. Mrs. R. J,
Spangler, 3 pounds rice, 2 papers farina,
4 pounds sugar, 1 can cherries, 2 pounds
crackers, 1 pound es:stile - soap, 2 tam•
Mets preset ves, 2 ounces nutmegs, 2
towels. Mrs. Tredenick,'l jar currant
jam, 2 bottles ketchup, 1 bottle Wine,. 2
papers cornstarch. Miss Elizabeth 'l'.
Cosset, 1 pair sheets, 1 pair pillow cases.
lint, boodle rags; bag dried, apples.—
Miss 'Sallie Curren, 1 paper - refit:l'l, - 11bl,
Ic. Mrs. Henry Sultzbach,
ges, 3 shirts, apple butter, dried apples.
Mrs. Dr. 'Beane, 1 pound castile soap, 2
papers cornstarch, 2 papers ground rice,
2 papers cocoa, 1 paper farina, 2 tum
blers jelly. Miss Bailie, black tea,
.castile soap,' dried apples, 1 bottle to
n-MU:O ketchup. Mss: Di.. Haldeman;
ham, 1 piece died beef, 1 Pound tea, 1
poUnd chocolate,s2 pailfuls sugar. Mrs.
ai;,:hael Shank, 2 loaves bread, 2 loaves
sweet bre..: (l , 3 pans rusk. Mrs. S. 0.
Baker, 1 loaf bra;:ad, 1 crock currant jel
ly,. Mrs. Henry Musse:ma.n, 2 bottles
honey, 6 pounds peaches, 4 poands cof
fee, 4 pieces soap, -4- pound imp, tea,
paper cornstarch, 6 pounds sugar, linen
for towels. Mrs. Sarah Park, 1. roll
muslin, 1 roll lineu,6 pairs sons, 1 box
dried fruit, 2 cups jelly, 2 bottles twine.
Mrs. Jacob Stahl, 1 bottle grape wine,
1 bottle elderberry wine, 1 bottle black
berry jam, dried apples. Mrs. S. Beck,
$l, 4 loaves bread, 2 towels, 1 sheet, 1
pillow, 3 pillow slips, roll muslin, piece
soap. Mrs. Marks, 1 loaf bread, 1 pa
per cornstarch, muslin, I cup jelly.—
Mrs. Jacob Reath, 1 crock currant jelly,
1 loaf bread, 1 jar, raspberries, roll mus
lin. Mrs. Beatty, lot of rusk, 2 loaves
bread, 2 rolls bandages, 2: papers corn
starchal„bottle currant wine, 2ltuurblers
jelly. Mrs. James Anderson, 2 tumblers
jelly, one cialte_soaP. 'Mrs. H. Longen•
ecker, package of lint, 1 cup jelly, 2
rolls bandages, 1. roll muslin, 2 pti.pers
cornstarch. Mr. H. Wolfe, 2 bottles
M.ishiler's bitters, Isjar-pickled plums, 2
`coats, Miss Margaret Frank, $l. kliss
Sarah Anderson, 2 sheets, large roll
--'yc~Tl-iE MIARiETTTAN. -~
muslin. Mrs. D. Miller, roll of linen,
1 pair drawers. Mrs. Stibgon, 1 roll
muslin. Mrs. 'l'. Hiestand, 1 towel, 1
pair drawers, roll muslin. Mrs. E. B.
Emswiler, 1 pair drawers, 1 towel, roll
bandages, 1 tumbler preserves. Mrs.
G. Goodman, 2 tumblers currant jelly,
2 tumblers strawberry jelly, 1 tumbler
raspberry jelly, 1 bottle wine, 3 cakes
soap, bandages. Miss Lamison, 1 paper
cornstarch, 2 cakes soap, Mrs. Jose
phine Timlow, 2 sheets, 3 shirts, 2 tow
els, 1 roll linen, 1 roll bandages, pack
age black tea, 3 pieces sponge. Mr. J.
R. Clickner,•one piece sponge, 1 bottle
bay Turn. Mrs. Judy, 1 roll muslin.—
Mrs. A. Lindsay, muslin, 1 crock black
berry jelly, 1 tumbler currant jelly.—
Mrs. More, 1 crock currant jelly. Mrs.
Garman, 1 cup currant jelly 1 jar black
berry jelly. Mrs. A. Libbart, 2 sheets,
2 pillow slips; 1 pair drawers, 1 shirt.,
rags, lint, bandages, 2 towels, 4 hand.._
kerchiefs. Mrs. Dr.. Grove, 1 bottle
grape wine, 2 bottles cherries.
P. Sterrit, 2 jars jelly, 2 bottles wine, 4
bran pillows, 2 hop. pillows, 1 roll mus
lin. Mr. S. Patterson, 2 bottles wine,
2 pairs, drawers.. A friend, 1 loaf bread,
1 dozen rusk. Mrs. John Nailor, 1 loaf
bread, lint. Mrs. B. F. Eliestand; 1 jar
jelly, rusk, 1 coat. Mr. S. C. Hieitand,
8 Shirts, 2 neck ties, roll muslin. Mrs.
John Sammy, '1 crock jelly, bread, 2
shirts. 1 pair drawers. Mrs. A. ies
• tend, 3 shirts. Mrs, C. M. Foulk, 1
bottle currant wine, 2 bottles shrub, 2
tumblers jelly, 2 cakes soap, muslin.—
Mrs. Elizabeth Muses], 1 jar currant
jelly, 1 paper cornstarch, roll liuei , 3
shirts, 5 bandages, 3 bags. Mrs. S. S.
Haldeman - , 1 ham, 2 pounds sugar, 1
pound tea, 2 bottles wine, rags. Mrs.
E. Doyle, 1 bottle wine. Mrs. Bartel,
cherries, 2 handkerchiefs, band ages.—
M rs. Cramer, 2 shirts, 2 neck-ties, bread,
linen. M rs. G. W. Stahl, 1 paper corn
starch, 1 piece soap, 1 bag dried apples,
1 hop bag. Miss -Margaret Child, 1
can cherries, 1 bag dried apples, pack
age of tea, 1 loaf bread, roll Muslin, 1
pair pants; 1 vest, 2 pairs socks, 2 neck
' ties, 1 tumbler preserved cherries, 1 jar
raspberries, rusk. Clara Child, lint,—
M rs. Welchans,. 1 loaf bread, roll mus
liu, 1 paper cornstarch, 1 can currant
jelly, 9 handkerchiefs. Mrs,- Rinehart,
4 bottles currant wine, 4 packages fa
rice. Mrs. S. Ramier, 1 crock quince
butter, 3 jars preserves, 1 bottle cur
rant wine; 1 towel, 1 handkerchief, 42
yards - bandages, linen. Mrs. John B.
Taylor, 1 shirt, 1 flannel shirt, 2 hand
kerchiefs, 2 pairs socks. Mrs. James
Wilson, 1 crock apple butter, 1 bag
dried fruit, 4 loaves bread, piece dried
beef, 3 shirts. MisS Clara Comegys,
glasses jelly, Howard Cassel, 27 news
papers. Mrs. Michael . Gable, 1 shirt,
1 sheet, 1 pillow case, .1 bolster case,
roll of muslin and linen, 1 piece soap, 1
bottle currant wine.. Mrs. Foultz, 1
jar currant jam, 1 crock currant jelly,
1 jug currant wine, 1 crock apple but
ter. Mrs. Wm. Crrcesh, 1 jar cherries,
-1 - bottle- currant wine. Miss Lizzie
Sands, 2 cups jelly. Mrs. Jacob Ull
man, 1 crock jelly, 1 shirt, 1 roll banda
ges, roll muslin. Miss Harkins, 1 creek
preserves, roll linen, 1 crock jelly:—
The MisseS Funk ; 1 jar jelly. Mrs. S.
Mann; I:crock quinces, 1 crock cherries,
3 rolla bandages, • bread. M rs.. Phoebe
Grove, 1 bottle currant shrub, 2 hand
kerchiefs, 1 pot currant jelly.. M s.
henry Musser, sr., 8 loaves bread, 2
crocks apple butter,. . 6 cakes soap, 2
linen sheets, 5 shirts, lyair pants.—
Mrs : '2 bottles wine; 1 jar
jelly. Miss •Mayling, 1 bag dried cher
ries',-1.3 rolls bandages, roll Muslin:lint,
9 handkerchiefs. Mrs. Sougmaster, 2
loaves bread, 1 jar blackberry jelly, 8
rolls of bandages. Mrs. McConnel, 2.
leaves bread, 1 jar raspberry. jelly.
The sumof 38:10 previously collected
to supply with pioviSions: the soldiers
encamped in Marietta; will also be ap
propriated for the relief Of the sick and
_ The ladieS of the "Circle" return their
thanks to the citizens of Marietta and
vicinity for their liberality in• contribu
ting many and useful at:tides: . , •
Near Reading, July, 13,,1563.
21./i. - .Baker:—lnclOsed you will find
the muster roll-of Co.'.lC, - 34th
Col. Charbis Albright commandin . g..L.
All names with a star (*): are from. the
Tuscarora A.cadomy—the ballance frofn
Thompsontown, Juniata county.
Captain, J. I'. Carpender,
Jst Lieut., R. A. Clark,*
24 " W. Itoush,
Ist Sergt., Rumbaugh,
2d " G. G. Walls,*
3d " James L. Trutton,*
4th " Theodore H. Wigton,*
sth " Columbus Taylor,
Ist Corporal, Thos. Zell Clark,* .
3d W: W. Woods,
3d " A. A. Bloomberg,.
4th " H. A. Bart,*
sth " A. W. Baldwin,
6th " M. t:arber,
7th "' W. W. Tomey,
Sat " A. S. Thompson,*
J. Allison; ' -
IL A. .Annan,*, • . -
David Boyer, • r
L. L. Bassler,
. . - .
J. M , lfrubaker,- ,,
S. R. Bari,*:
J. K. Baearti; * ' 7
B. J. Carpender,
G. W. Carpender,
James L. Clark,*
W. H. Ebersoll,
W. S. Gearheart,*
W. J. Hoar,*
W. J. Harner,
John H. Hustin,*
W. D. Jones,*
A. P. Heiser,
H. S. Lee,
S: F. Lukens,
H. Laud er.slager,
F. L. Leech,
W. A. (11.cNight,
John T. McCune,*
G. W. Moore,*
James E. Martin,*
John B, Quick,
N. B. Remick,*
Henry H. Ream,
John Read,* -
W, G. Smith,
Charles A. Shermer,
John.. F. Sorg,
S. M. Shelly,
R. E. Sharp,
Daniel S. Wert,
N. 11. Wickersham,
C. W. Webster;'
G. C. Whiting,*
T.. H. White.* •
Very Respectfully, T. Z. C
From the above list it will be ob
served that Tuscarora Academy• has
furnished a large proportion of the Co.
Our young friend T. Z. Clark, son
Col. John• W. - Clark, of this borough,
who- was attending this school, it will
be seen, is one of the corporals.—En,
SUBSTITUTES.—AS a large class of our
citizens are just now interested in' this
topic, we submit some information de
rived from offichil circulars. The Board
of Enrollment, after the draft, will give
notice that they will, between certain
liCnirs every day, up to the time when
drafted men are ordered to report at a
rendezvous, hear - propositions -for sub
stitutes and examine persons so offering.
Drafted persons who desire to present
substitutes, will give written notice to
the Beard that on such it day they will
present a substitute, 'giving his name,
residence, age, and stating whether be
is an alien or a citizen. The substitute
may be presented at any - time before
the day for being at the rendezvous. As
the substitute is to be on precisely the
same footing as-other soldiers his quali
&cations must be the same.
A question has arisen whether there
is not one -advantage in - getting a sub
stitute over payieg the $3OO. The pay
ment of thelatter sum discharges a:p_er
son from this draft, but if another draft
should be made next year,- he'would
again be liable. But where
supplies an accepted substitute, the
Enrollia B card gives him a certificate
setting forth that he is "not properly
subject to do military duty during the
time for which he was drafted," that is,
for three - years or &tiring the war.: - Those
interested will `doubtless-settle , in their
own nu inds'hOW mush consequenceie - to
be given to this consideration: 7 -Lan'r.
~. • .
enr, In our, next we. will give a com
plete list of all drafted iu this borough,
East Donegat township and Columbia
borbugh, which will be-of interest to our
distant subscribers.. The draft for Ma
rietta is being drawn 'tc-dap. An at
teinpt, at ,rigt was made on' Thersday
morning", -which ende . d, however, in 'a
fizzle, add' the. draft was, proceeded with.
tar' jogllua Leader, formerly post
master at-M.ountjoy; who. met with an
accidept i afekrweeks-since, in thatylace,
in attempting to stop a pair of run-away
mules, died .a few ' days since from the
effects of the injuries he received. Mr.
L. was a nakive of this borough, and
about 38 years of age.
STATV. of W ILLIAM KIRKPATRICK,
rj late of the City of Lancaster, deceased.
The undersigned, Auditor appointed to ,dis
tribute the balance in the hands of - Hobert"U.
'McClure, Adeainistrator cum testamento an
nex° of said deceased, to and among • those
legally en',itled thereto; will Meet for that pur
pose on 'Thursday the I3th of August next, at
2 o'clock P, the Cour! House in the
City of Lancaster. A. HERB, SMITH,
July 18, - 18ti3 7 1 AUDITOR
OA General Assortment of all kinds of
BUfLAING H.A.BOWAR, LOCKS,
Hinges,. Strews, Bolts, Cellar; Grates,
'Oils; Glass and Putty, -very. cheap.; 1
- , ' . PATTERSON & CO..
A SUPERIOR COOK STOVE,
Very plain. Lyle, each one warranted
to perform to the entire sAtiafaction ofT j - -- - 2 4 :4 1,
the purchaser. .
• PATTERSON 8: CO.
A CHOICE Lot of Books for children called
5 # 4 4-0-ViralkhleAHeasgre,Boalts%aScliool and
Vaper Bo?lpiyiAtationctyr, iPqns,ll_l6 holders.
Ow Cale toy Dr; -Landis.
T72a Glatt Ferry`_
OPPOSITE MAI ZIETTA.
THIS old Ferry—one of the oldest and most
safe crossings on the Susquehanna River—
Ls now in charge of the undersigned, who thus
refitted the old and built new boats, which will
enable him to do ferryinc , with safety and dis.
patch. No unnecessary delay need be endured.
Sober and experienced Ferrymen always en
gaged. No imposition in charges as the fol
lowing list will show:
Farm Wagons, each $1:00
Horses, per head :20
Single horse and rider, :25
Two horse Carriage and two persons, 1:00
Buggy, horse and two persons, :50
root Passengers, each. :12
Stock of all kinds at the old charges.
All Luggage over fifty pounds, 2.5 cents per
100 pounds extra.
July 15, 18G3
73.= _AN LE; cc C 0..,
Druggists 67 Pharmacutists,
i t MARKET STREET, MARIETTA, PA.,
Opposite Diffenbach's Store.
H AVE just received a new and fresh stock
Dye Stuffs and Perfumery, c.
Also, a large and fancy lot of Coal Oil Lamps,
Shades, Globes, Burners, &c., Inks, Pens,
Paper and Envelopes, Fresh Seidlitz
Powders, Citrate of Maenesia,
Cologne, Hair Oils and Per- -
unno,), Pomades, Sago,
' Spices, All Spice,
Cloves; id a c e, Pocket
Books, Combs, Brushes, Soaps,
Gum' Rattles, Balls and Rings, Bazin's
Shaving Cream, Burnett's Cocomne, and Kal—
listen; Flavoring Extracts of Lemon. Va
nilla, Pine Apple, Strawberry, Rose
and Almond, Infant Powder, Puff
and Powder Boxes, Balm of a
Thousand Flowers, Gar
den Seeds of the best
quality and va
Flower Seeds, consisting of some of the
Cattle Powders and Liniments.
All the celebrated Family Medicines con
stantly on hand.
Prescriptions and Family Receipts carefully
corn pounded. [Apl 18, 1863.
SUPPLEE & BE 0,,
IRON AND BRASS
OUN E S
And General Machinists, Second street
Below Union, Columbia, Pa.
They are prepared to make all kinds of Iron
Castings for Bolling Mills and Blast. Furnaces,
Pipes; for Stearn, Water and Gas ; Columns,
Fronts, Cellar Doors, Weights, - &c., for Buil
dings, and castings of every description ;
STEAM ENGINES, AND BOILERS'
• Ti/E IIiDST MODERN AND. I.DPROVED
Manner; Pumps, Brick Presses, Shafting-and
Pulleys, Mill Gearing, Taps, Dies, Machinery
for Mining and Tanning ; Br•ass 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,
BEACKSIIII77IING in GENERAL.
From longexperiencein building machinery wt
flatter ourselves that we can give ge - teral satis
faction to those who may favor us with their
orders. .I?.errairing prompay attended to.
Orders by mail addressed asaboVe, will meet
with prompt attention. Prices to suit the times.
Z. SUPPE EE,
7'. R. SUPPLER.
Columbia, October 20, 1860. 14-tf
frODACCO AND SEGARS
AT THE OLD PRICES. •
Sixes, Half Spanish, '
Havana at 3, 4 an 5 cents,
Smoking Tobacco of the best brands,
' • • Lynchburg,
• • Killicknick,
- May Flower,
Pose' Bud,• &c., , &c. --• • •• •
We-invite the lover of-A , g - Ood:Segar to call
ar d examine our stock, fur iris unquestionably
the best ever offered in Marietta.-
,We have-the best-
HAVAiV.4. AND Yelßyl: SEGARS
the Baltimore market affords, and we are de
termined to give this , branch of our business
CAL' E AT WOEFE"S
Marietta,'March 2S, 1853,611105*
M ISHBER'S BITTERS.
.An agency for the sale of
Mishler's. Celebrated Fier& Bitters,
has been established-at -
WOLFE'S VARIETY 'STORE,
where one bottle, or one htutdred bottles can
be had. This medicine has . cured . whin' all
otheN have failed. Look at the curds in the
Lancaster Express, of
John Gilman, A. Fairer's wife ;
John W. Golvin Jack,Levi E. Rife,,
Henry 'Cramer; E. F. Benedict,
John WeidMan, Jcihn nines,
Thomas-Willis, Jay Cadwell,
J. T McCully John Lemon,
3 .bsolero'Fairer; and a host of others.
Marietta, March .9.8, 186.3,* - .. • .
EG W. t:iORRALL,
VT • BURGEON DENTIST, •
Hotsingro:soved t 2 the Rooms formerly oceupis,
by Dr.',.‘tventzel, adjoining Spangler 4. Pa
terson's Stare,Market direct, where he is now
prepared` to wait on all who may feel
dl4osed to patronize him.
Dentistry in all its branches car
vied on. TEETH inserted on the - most approved
principles of; Dental science: •Ailoperations
on the tndifh--ferfOrifitA Er - skillful and
Workmanlike manner—on fair principles and
ON _VERY IYEASON,ADLE TERM.
Having determined upon a permanent loca
.tion at this mlarp, Would ask a - Continuation
of tke lit ronage heretofore extended
to him, for arch he will render every possi
Etter administered to proper persobs.
_,--- ---,.., T. U .FAINESTOCE
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. - II sifilekiiMl . DE-ralv
-- /I ESPECTFULLY oilers. his professional
, : services to the citizens of .111atietta and
vicinib , assuring them that all ;operations in
trusted to his care, either in Operative or Me
chanical Dentistry, kill be executed ma tho
roughly scientif.c manner.
Orrice : On Main street, o few doors west
of the Post Office. ~ ,[ v9-35-Iy.
IBS Cr e•a-m
WOLFE'S ICE CREAM SALOON
Market Street, Marietta.
Open every day, and evening—Sundays
5 0 CORDS OF HEMLOCK BARK,
00 C.I4RDS OF, CHESTNUT-OAK BARK,
10 Cords of White-Oak Bark.
H. C. LOCHER, Lancaster, Pa
DR. WM.: 8.• t'AiI4ESTOCK,
-I,Z EA filY- OP POSIT E
: *-- '' ' 'FliCoi. 7TO 8 - A:it : :
CFFICE - HOURS. - ." `."- ' 'P' T.O 21',.
• • • 6T07 P. AT.
HENRY LANDIS, M. D.,
Successor to Dr. 1 ranklin
Dealer in Drugs, Peri uniery, Soaps, 6.6.
DR. LANDIS having purchased the entire
interest and good wiII cf Dr. P. Hinkle's
Drug Store, would take [ids opportunitY to in
form the citizens of Marietta and the public
generally, that having just received from Phil
adelphia a large addition to the old stock, ho
will spare no pains to keep constantly on hand
the best and most completa assortment of eye
rything in the drug line.
li.of of Ftprij AO Toilet
consisting in part of German, French and Eng.
fish perfumery, Shaving Soaps and Creams,
Tooth and Nail Brushes FIT Maio and other
Hair Combs, Hair Oils, Poniades,etc.
Port Monies, Pocket Books, Puff' ll7
and Powder Bo:. es, 6.e., 6-c
The celebrated Ilatchulorss HAIR DYE,
DeCosta's and other Tooth Washes,lnilia Cola
gogue, Barrr's Trtcoperoes, iii the hair, Bay
Rum ' Arnold's Ink, large and small sized bot
tles, Balm of a Thousan Flowers, Flour of
Rice, Corn Starch, Heckel's Farina, all kinds
of pure Ground Spices, Compound Syrup of
Phosphate, or Chemical food, an excellent ur
mai for cronic dyspepsia and a tonic in Con
_umptive cases, Rennet, far coagulating milk,
an excellent preparation for the table ; Table
Oil—very fine--bottlesin two sizes. Pure Cod
Liver Oil. All of HaePs perfurnery,pomades,
soaps, &c. His Katha iron or Hair Restorative
is now everywhere acknowledged the best.
Old Port, Sherry and Madeira Wines and
Brandies for medical purposes.
Dr. L. will himself see that every precaution
be taken in the compounding of Physician's
The Doctor can be professionally - consulted
at the store when not engaged elsewnere.
Marietta, Augpst 24, 1861.-1 y
J. R. DIFFEZ , IBACH
HAS NOW OPEN HIS USUAL AND WELL ASSORT-
ED STOCK OF
De Lames and
Together with other new styles of Dress
Goods of various names. His stock embraces
besides a full assortment of
Drillings, Tickmgs, ,
Harlkeichiefs. 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.
V EST NG S,
A general assortment of Spring and Summer
goods for Coats, Pants and Vests. ALSO, A
Lot of Ready-made Clothing,
which were bought before the "advance" and
which will be sold at less than present whole
China, Glass and Queensware,
Looking Glasses, Carpeting,
Boots and Shoes, Window Shades,
Window and Trail Papers.
Choice White and Brown Sugars, Sava and
Rio Coffee, Green and Black Tea, extra
Sugar-cured Hams, Ground Alum
Salt, Mackerel in ' I and eighth
barrels,_lo barrels New Herring.
He also continues to keep on hand a large
'supply of superior Wines, Brandies, Gins,
Schnidann Schnapps, Drake's Plantation Bit
ters, and. a superior article of Old Rye, all of
which will be sold at the lowest market rates.
Marietta, April 4, ISO.
S. S. RATUVON,
Merchant Tailor, and Clothier,
4I F. J. Eraniph's Old Stand, on the Car
ner of North, Queen ant Orange
Streets, Lancaster, Penn'a.
GRATEF U L to the Citizens of Marietta
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
etrurfs will be spared in rendering a satisfactory
equivalent for every act of confidence reposed.
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES A a D VESTINGS, 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 L . SO,—READ V-31 ADE CLOT.E.ma,
Gentlemen's Furnishing Gooods
and such articles as usually belong to a Mer
chant Tailoring and Clothing establishment.
P HAMM HATTER,
NO. 92 MARKET STREET,MARIETTA
,FAKES _this method of informing his old
fridnds and the public generally, that he
has re-taken his old stand (recently occupied
by George L. Mackley,) and is now perma
nently fixed to prosecute the Hatiing businesi
ir• ALL ITS BRANCHES,
• Having just returned from the city where los
selected a large, rain d and fashionable assort
ment of everything in the
HAT AND OAP LINE,
and-now only asks an examination of Lis
stock'and priceS, before purchasing elsewhere.
Having also laid in a Ltoclr of flatting matori
al, he will be enabled, at short notice, to man
ufacture all qualities—from the common Sop,
to the most Fashionable Silk Hat.
Employing none but the best of Iroilcmen,
and manufacturing good goods at low price,
he hopes to merit and receive a Itheral share ~ 1
public patronage. la -- • The highest price paid
or Er.rs,—ln trade or cash.
WINES SE LIQUORS.
H. 15. 13lTNJI-11\ I I
DEA' E IN
WINES & Ll QUORS,
Picot Building. Marietta. Pa.
- DE. GS . leave to inform the public that !le
A t) will continue the WIN E & LIQUOR b 11.1 -
ftess,'ln all its branches. He will constantly
keep on hand ull.kinds of
Brandies, Wines, Gins, Irish and &eta:
IVhiskey, Cordials, Bitters, 6.c.,
. Justly Celebrated Rose Whisky,
A very suTerior OLD B YE WHISICE
ust received, which is warranted pure.
All H. D. B. now asks of the publh:
is a careful examination of his stock and pri
ces' which will, he is confident, result in iln
tel keepers and others finding it to their ad
vantage to make their purchases from I
MARIETTA MARBLE YARD
Michael Gable, Agt.,
MARBLE MASON- AND STONE CUTTER,
Opposite the Town. Hall Park,
FTIHE Marble business in all its branches,
will be continued at the old place, near
the ToWn Hall and opposite Funk's Cross Keys
Tavaim, Where every description of marble
work will.be kept on hand or made to order at
short,notieewd at very reasonable prices.
Marietta June 29 1861. 49-ly
B"' one: of ttioSp beautiful S O F T
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at,couLL's ' Market-st.