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MARIETTA CAA Houk& The several pas
[tenger trains will leave the "Upper-station
Depot " as follows: Morning train, East, at
tea minutes before 8; Mail train West, 12:11 ;
Harrisburg Accommodation train, East, at 6:39
and the evening train West, at '7:02.
SATURDAY, DECEMBER L, 1863.
I The members of the Union League
ere respectfully requested to be punctu
al in their attendance on next Monday
evening, as bneiness of importance will
come, up. The Executive Committee in
Si' Some rafts landed at this place
during week ; several were purcha
sed heie and the balance passed on to
thelmatern markets. Prices were won
OW "The Hermitage," at the lower
station, has passed into other hands.—
illiam Cummings, who, a number of
years ago, was proprietor, has again
far Miss Sallie B. Roberts, daughter
of ex-Congressman A. N. Roberts, has
been appointed instructor of instrumen
tal music in the State Normal School
04 Millersville. Miss R. is said to be
all accomplished musician.
• l oir Dr. Alfred L. Alstead, formerly
of this borciugh, was convicted at the
NoVember sessions of Dauphin county
for producing abortion on the person of
Misß Louisa Haltsberger, thereby caus
ing her death. Ile was tined one hue
;Aired dollars, the costeof prosecution
and undergo an imprisonment in the
Eastern Penitentiary for three years
and four months.
TOR THE RICUMOND RISONSRB :—The
Ladies' Patriotic Circle of this borough
sent oil two large boxes of articles for
The 'Union prisoners in Richmond, one
dayJast week, and they desire to ack
nowledge the following contributions:
From Mrs. Barbara Johnson, 2 pairs
shoes, 1 shirt, bag of dried apples, 1
piece soap, 2 pounds pearl barley, 2
pounds rice, 1 pair stockings, books,
papers and tracts. Miss Selina May
sing, 1 bag dried fruit, 1. shirt, 2 pairs
drawers, 77 crocks cherry jelly. Miss
Sarah A. - Mayling, 50 cents cash. Mrs.
C. Stibgen, 3 papers farina, pound tea,
2 r pouppi sugar. Miss Sarah Beatty, 50
cents cash. Miss Julia Warner, books
and papers. Miss Kate Warner, 1
testament, 1 hymn-book, and papers.—
Miss•Anua Ataek, soap, 2 papers corn.
starch, thread, pins, needles and buttons.
Miss Rebecca Beatty, 1 cup jelly, 1 pa
per cornstarch, soap, books, Mrs. J.
It. Diffecbach, package of dried peaches,
Atitekage dried cherries, package dried
apples, 1 paper farina, 1 paper corn
siiirch, 3 pieces soap, 1 bottle domestic
wine. .Mrs. Mary D. Miller, 1 package
(hied apples, pabkage dried cherries.—
Mrs. G. Radial'', package dried apples,
Il►ottlo ketchup, 1 pair socks. Miss
Emma gudisdl, 1 ()air shoes, package of
papers, 2 handkerchiefs. Mrs. John
Clark, 1 coat, 1 vest, 1 pair pantaloons,
2 shirts, $5 cash. Mrs. J. B. Carter, 3
bottles blackberry wine, 1 bottle wild
4: berry bitters, 1 bottle tomato ketchup,
1 bottle blackberry vim:lgor, 1 bottle to
mato sauce. M re. G. ill. Clawges, pack-
age. dried fruit, package of papers, 3
haudkerchiefs. Mrs. S. P. Sterrit, 2
jars grape butter, flour, soap, 2 pairs
stockings. Mrs. H. D. Benjamin, 1
bottle currant wine, 50 cents cash. Mrs.
T.Ztoll, 1 gray flannel shirt, ,1 pair gray
gannet drawers, 3 vests, $2 cash. Mrs.
R. Carroll, 1 paper cornstarch, 1 paper
farina, package dried apples, books and
papers. Mrs. M. Wilson, 1 jar peach
butter, 50 cents cash. Mrs. S. Doyle, 2
pounds rice. Mrs. ti. Wolfe, $l. Mrs.
B. Spangler, 2 pounds rice, 2 pounds
barley, 1 pound chocolate, package of
temperance tracts. Miss E. Cassel, 1
bottle currant wine, 1 pound sugar, bag
of dried apples, 1 paper cornstarch.--
Miss C. Raines, 3 tumblers jelly, 1 bag
dried- apples. Miss Annie Consylman,
1 housewife. Miss Annie Hippie, 1
housewife. Misses Alice Wolfe, Ida
Schoch, and Josie Zell, housewives.—
Mr t. Emily Cassel, 12 testaments and
package of papers. Mrs. C. Anderson,
y i st, 2 pairs , drawers, papers, books.
Mrs. S. R. Rinehart and Mrs. Geo. W.
Mehaffey, one jar pickled onions, 1 jar
pickled , cucumbers, 1 can corn, 1 can
peaches, 1 can tomatoes, 1 package
black tea, 2 papers farina, 2 papers corn
. starch, 2 cakes chocolate, 1 paper to
bacco, 2 vests, 2 shirts, pair of panta
loons; A friend, 81, 2 towels. Mrs.
ittbpfl; 12 illustrated testaments. Alias
Collie nboff, Sunday school papers.—
Mrs. N. Cassel, dried fruit, 2 house
r ives : , 0 cents cash. Olivia Fletcher,
1 bousiwife. Howard Cassel, 45 church
papers.) Miss Mary Eisenberger, 1
houscirife. Mrs. Dr. Hinkle, 2 vests, 3
pound; crackers, 2 pounds tipples, 2
retie , soap. Mrs. B. F. Hiestand, 2
shirts,' 6 collars ' 1 pair drawers, 3 pounds
rice,4l. pounds crackers, 6 pounds soap.
Mrs. A. Croat, 3 pounds dried apples, 2
papers' cornstarch, 2 papers farina, 2
bars sop. Miss Emma Walter, 1 house
~ in cushion. Mrs. Jacob Stahl,
1 pie dried apples, 1 bottle currant
wine. ' ,' be E. liopkins, 1 paper corn
starch. hire Grove, 2 papers corn
starch, 1 pap iiiin.4 A collection of
7 rents. Miss g . fit , Cook, 1 Bible,—
Miss Sarah Anderson, 1 box of papers.
From Miss E. Stahl's Sunday School
class, composed of Milton Roath, How
ard Cassel, Bird Cassel, Frank Eris
man, Frank Cushman, Cyrus Ripple, 3
pounds soap, 4 papers cornstarch, 2 pa.
pers farina, 2 pounds dried peaches, 2
pounds dried apples.
The following articles were made by
the Ladies of the "Circle," and sent,
with those contributed, to the United
States Christian Commission, on Sat
urday, the 28th ultimo : 5 pairs woollen
socks, 5 pairs cloth slippers, 9 pairs
drawers, 12 shirts, 12 pocket handker
chiefs, 10 towels, 5 housewives.
The Ladies also acknowledge the re
ceipt of the sum of fourteen dollars and
forty-six cents ($14.46), the proceeds of
the church collection taken on Thanks.
giving day, which was sent to the
Treasurer of the Christian Commission
HAVE THE DEAD RISEN ?—An army
correspondent of the Lancaster Inqui
rer, writing from Tennessee, gives the
following item relative to an old but al
most forgotten. Lancasterian. He says :
"By the way, I have lately heard of a
whilorn Lancasterian—Judge Billets, of
Hickman, Ky. You perhaps do not
recognize the name. It is not very fa
miliar in your city, but the man who
bears it is no less an individual than
Geo. Ford, Esq., sometime since one
of your leading practitioners in the law.
He went to Hickman some years ago
and entered into partnership with a
German keeping a beer saloon. In
course of time he and his partner had a
quarrel and he went as transcribing
clerk for a noted lawyer. After re
maining there for some time he said he
said he would commence to study law !
He read for a few mouths, was admitted
to practice, and gained his first case,
although opposed the best, lawyers
of the place. This astonished every
one. They took a great fancy to him,
and now he is Judge—ll Mete ! He's a
sound Union man, though for sometime
suspected of secession proclivities.—
NV hen the rebels were at Hickman, they
put him in irons for upholding the Uni
on cause. There's romance for you !"
THE COUNTY OFFICES :—The lately
elected County officers, with the excep
tion of the Treasurer and Commission
er, are pow regularly installed in their
places. There have been some changes
in the Clerkships, and as an item of in
formation we give a list of the person
nel of the offices as now constituted :
Sheriff—Frederick `Smith; Deputies
—S. %V. Rowe, lieury K. Snyder.
Register—El:Men Franklin . ; Dupnties
John Johns, Luther. Richards.
Prothonotary John. Soldomridge ;
Deputies--h. Clarkson, William M.
&corder—Samuel L. Leaman ; Dep
uty--M. D. Hess.
Clerk of aphans' Court—Jolia B.
Baldwin ; Deputy—C. L. Stoner.
Cleric of Quarter Sessions—John Zel
The Commissioner, Treasurer, Direct
ors of the Poor and Prison Inspectors,
take their offices on and after the Ist of
January next.—Lancaster Examiner.
TEACHERS' INETIIL"TE :- The annual
meeting of the Lancaster County Teach
ers ' Institute, commenced at Fulton
Hall, on Monday, and continued during
the weep. The attendance of teachers
was full. David Evans, Esq., County
Superintendent, was elected President;
S. W. Reiga,rt and H. F. Pierce, Vice-
Presidents; S. G. Boyd, H. A. New
pher, R. K. Boyer, Secretaries ; and J.
P. McOaskey, Treasurer.
gar Colonel James Belger, of the
regular army, lately quartermaster at
Baltimore, who was tried some time
since by court martial, has heen dishon
orably dismissed the service. This
Belger we have heard a vast deal about.
Our Marietta boatmen bad dealings
with him and some of them say he is
one of the most unmittigated scoundrels
in arty way attached to the service.--
Dismissal was by far to lenient a pun
ishment for such a scamp.
ler Three very handsome steel en
gravings—Washington, Everett, Wash
ington Irving—suitable for parlor walls,
for sale cheap at this office.
air Read Dr. Beane's new card ; a
fresh arrival in their line.
Ar i viaT - Is . T OF LETTERS Remain
-1.4 rug ut rue Post Office, at
Marietta, Pa.,tur the week ending Dec. 3d.
Persons calling for letters in the following
list will please say they are advertised.
Apple, Rev. B. F. McElroy, John
Bragg, Mr. A. C. McCloskey, Mollie 2
Bocher, Conrad McCu en, Miss S.
Bewman, W. D. J. Mayband, Jacob ,
Brenner, George Nicholace, Miss N.
Betz, Thomas Peck, Samuel
Clemment, William Reiff, Mrs. Abraham
Carpenter, Sophia Rourke, Mary
Franck, Ellen Sheatfer, Anna
Gallagher, Mary F. Moat, Mrs. E.
Hersh, Christian 2 Spearman, Barbiss
Haynes, Henry Thumma, Emma N. A.
Jones, Feby Jane Thompson, Jeff.
Knight, George Unkle, Frederick
Krater, W. E. White, Geo. W.
Keeth, Peter Young, Mary A.
A. CASSEL, P. M.
DR. WM. B. FAHNESTOCK,
OFFICE;-MAIN-ST., I(EARLY OPPOSITE
Spangler & Patterson's Store.
FROM 7 TO 8 A. 31.
OFFICE HOURS. "
" 1 TO 2.
6 TO 7 P. M.
JEWELRY. -A large and selected stock of
fine jewelry of the latest patterns from the
best factories in the country can be found pt
h ;tt Diffenbich's
r M n I M MMA
It RELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU.
The Great Diuretic
Helmbold's Extract Buchu,
The Great Diuretic
Helmbold's Extract Buchu,
The Great Diuretic.
Helmbold's Extract Buchu,
The Great Diuretic
And a positive and specific remedy for dis
eases of the Bladder, Gravel, Organic Weak
ness, Kidneys, Dropsy, and all diseases of the
Urinary organs. See advertisement ;n anoth
er column. Cut it out and send for the medi
cine at once. Beware of Counterfette.
For sale by Druggists and dealers gencrally,
Kr HAVE YOU A HEAD OF HAIR, or Whis
kers or Moustaches of an unbecoming color !
Do you wish to change that color to a hand
some deep brown, or a perfect and natural.
black, without injury to the fibres, without
trouble or inconvenience ? If so, then you
must use Cristruioro , s Excelsior Dye, which is
the only harmless, certain, instantaneims and
truly natural Hair Dye in the world.
Should you doubt these statements, try the
article, and if fails denounce it.
Crrstadoro's Hair Preservative, is invaluable
with his Dye, as it imparts the utmost softness
and the most beautiful gloss and great vitality
to the hair. Manufactured by .1. CRISTA DORI),
No. 6 Astor House, New-York. Sold every
where, and applied by all Hair Dressers.
Price $l, sl:so,.and $3 per box, according
to size. [D-no. 4.
DOCTOR. Toara s' Venetian Liniment, has
given universal satisfaction during the four
teen years it has been introduced into the U.
S. After being tried by millions, it has been
proclaimed the pain destroyer of the world.—
Pain cannot be where this liniment is applied.
If used as directed it cannot and never has
failed in a single instance. For colds, coughs
and influenza, it can't be beat. One 25 cent
bottle will cure all the above, besides being
useful in every family for sudden accidents,
such as burns, cuts, scalds, insect stings, &c.—
It is perfectly innecent to take internally, and
can be given to the oldest person or the young
est child. Price 25 and 50c a bottla.
Sold by all druggists. Office, 56 Courtlaudt
street, New-York. [D-Im.
IC•Startling, but true. The volunteers are
braving the dangers of fever, scurvy, wounds
and cholera. Many a kallant fellow will
leave his bones to bleach, who, by the aid of
Holloway's Pills and Ointment, would have re
turned to his family strong and healthy.
Soldiers, try them. Only 25c a pot or box.
U. S. 5-20'S.
The Secretary of the Treasury has not yet
given notice of any intention to withdraw this
popular Loan from Sale at Par, and until ten
days notice is given, the undersigned, as
"General Subscription Agent," will continue
to supply the public.
Tile whole amount of the Loan authorized
is Five Hundred Millions of Dollars. Nearly
Four Hundred Millions have been already sub
ten bed for and paid into the Treasury, mostly
within the last seven months. The large de
mand from abroad, and the rapidly increasing
home demand for use as the basis for circula
tion by National Banking Associations now
organizing in all parts of tile country, will, iu
a very short period, absorb the balance.—
Sales have lately ranged from ten to fifteen
millions weekly, frequently exceeding three
millions daily, and as it is well known that
the Secretary of the Treasury has ample and
unfailing resources in the Duties on Imports
and Internal Revenues, and in the issue of
the Interest bearing Legal Tender Treasury
Notes, it is almost a certainty that he will not
find it necessary, for a long time to come, to
seek a market foi any other long or permanent
Loans, the Interest and Principal of which are
PAYABLE IN GOLD.
Prudence and self-interest must force the
minds of those contemplating the formation of
National Banking Associations, as well as the
minds of all who have idle money on their
hands, to the prompt conclusion that they
should lose no time in subscribing to this most
popular Loan. It will soon be beyond their
reach, and advance to a handsome premium,
as was the result with the "Seven Thirty"
Loan, when it was all sold and could no long
er be subscribed for at par.
It is a Six Per Cent. Load, the Interest and
Principal payab.'e in Cain, thus yield* over
Nine per Cent, per annum at the present rate
of premium on coin.
The Government requires all duties on im
ports to be paid in Coin ; thbse duties have for
a long time past amountes' to over a Quarter
of a Million of Dollars daily, a sum nearly
three times greater than that required in the
payment of the interest on all the 5-20's and
other permanent Loans. So that it is hoped
that the surplus Coin in the Treasury, at no
distant day, will enable the United States to
resume specie payments upon all liabilities.
The Loan is called 5-20 from the fact that
whilst the Bonds may run for 20 years, yet
the Government has a right to pay them off in
Gold at par, at any time after 5 years.
The Interest is paid half-yearly, viz : on the
first days of November and May.
Subscribers can have Coupon Bonds, which
are payable to twitter, and are $5O, $lOO,
$5OO, and $lOOO ; or Registered Bonds of same
denominations, and in addi'ion, $5,000, and
$lO,OOO. For Banking purposes and for in
vestments of Trust-monies the Registered
Bonds are preferable.
These 5-20's cannot be taxed by States, ci
ties, towns or counties, and the Government
tax on them is only one-and-a-half per cent.,
on the amount of income, when the income
of the holder exceeds Six Hundred dollars per
annum ; all other investments, such as income
from Mortgages, Railroad Stock and Bonds,
etc., must pay from three to five per cent tax
on the income.
Banks and Bankers throughout the Country
will continue to dispose of the Bonds ; and all
orders by mail, or otherwise promptly attend
The inconvenience of a few days' delay in
the delivery of the Bonds is unavoidable, the
demand being so great; but as interest com
mences from the day of subscription, no loss is
occasioned, and every effort is being made to
diminish the delay. JAY COOKE,
114 South Third Street, Philadelphia
December 5-3 months.]
,Strary - Horses_
WAlk , Came to the premises of the under
signs., residing on the Hollinger farm, near
Maytown, on the 22d of October last, a U. S.
condemned Light Bay Horse. The owner is
required to prove property, pay charges and
take hint away, or otherwise he will be sold
according to law. H. A. GLATFELTER.
THE subscriber offers his services to the
citizens of Marietta and vicinity, in
CONVEYANCING. ENGROSSING AND COPYING.
He has kindly been permitted to refer to
James Duffy, esq., S. S. Nagle, esq.,
James Mehaffey, esq., S. F. Eagle & Co.,
G. W. Mehaffey,esq., S. & B. Hiestand.
Can be found at all times at his dwelling op
posite John W. Clark's residence, on Mar
ket street, or at George W. Mehaffey's Saw
Mill, at the Upper Station.
JACOB C. BURKART.
Marietta, Oct. 31, 1863-Iy+
VA General Assortment of all kinds'of
BUILDING HARDWARE, LOCKS,
Hinges, Screws, Bolts, Cellar Grates,
Oils, Glass and-Putty, very cheap.
P ATTERSON & CO.
Dr, Brunon's Celebrated Remedies for
NO. 1. THE GREAT REvivtn.—Speedily
eradicates all the evil ofects of self a use,
as loss of memory, s4ortness of breath, giddi
ness, palpitation of the heart, dimness of vis
ion, or any constitutional derangement of the
system brought on by the unrestrained indul
gence of the passions. Acts alike on either sex.
Price one dollar.
No. 2. THE BA rm.—Will cure in from two
to eight days, any case of Gonorrhoea,(clap)is
without taste or smell and requires no restric
tion of action or diet; for either sex; price $l.
NO. 3. THE TEH.EI3 will cure Gleet in the
shortest possible time, and I can show certify
cotes of cures effected by this remedy, wher
all others have failed. No taste or smell.—
Price one dollar.
NO. 4. THE PL'NITER is the only known
remedy that will positively cure strictures of
the urethra, no matter of how longstanding or
neglected the case may be. Price one dollar.
NO. 5. THE SoLuros. will cure any case
of Gravel permanently and speedily remov
all diseases from the bladder and kidneys.—
Price one dollar.
No. 6. THE PREVENTOR is a sure preven
tion against the contraction of any disease, Li
less expensive and far preferable to anything
in use. Adapted to either sex. Price $l.
NO 7. THE AN ARID. will cure the whiteS
radically and in less time than they can be ef
fectually removed by any other treatment; in
fact this is the only remedy that will really
cure this disease; pleasant to take. Price $l.
NO. b. THE ORIENTAL PASTILS are eel
Lain, safe and speedy in producing menstrua
tion or correcting any irregularities of the
monthly periods. Price two dollars.
No. 9. THE FEMALE SAFEGUARD % Of Off-spring Regulator will last a lifetime. Price $5.
Either of the Remedies will be sent free by
mail on receipt of the price annexed. Circu
lars containing valuahle information with full
description of each Remedy, may be obtained
by enclosing one post stamp. Address -
DE. FELIX BRUNON, Box 99,
These Remedies are sold in Marietta only by
JOUN JAY LIBLIAB.T, where circulars eon
taining a full description of each case can be
obtained gratis, on application.
General Depot, North East Corner of York
Avenue and Callowhill Street,Philadelphia,Pa.
rr In complicated cases 1 can be consulted
by letter, or peisonally at my office; entrance,
No. 401 York. Avenue. Da. F. Erturiori.
t Dr_ Beane cc Co..
WOULD TAKE THIS
Method of informing their patrons and
friends that they have just received a
COMPLETE AND WELL SELECTED
r - u. g-
CHEMICALS, TOILET ARTICLED,
DYE-STUFFS, PERFUMERY, &c.
Also, a well assorted stock of Coal Oil Lamps,
Shades, Globes, Burners, &c„ Inks, Pens,
Paper and Envelopes Fresh Seidlitz
Powders, Citrate Of Magnesia,
Cologne of the best quality,
Hair Oils, Pomades, Sago,
Ground Spices, Packet Books, Soaps, Combs,
Brushes, Gum Rattles,. Balls and Rings,
Taylors' Shaving Compound, Burnett's
Cocoaine and Kallistrn, Flavoring
Extracts of Lemon, Vanilla, Pine
Apple, Rose, Strawberry and Al
mond, Infant Powder, Powder
and Puff Boxes, Balm of a
&c., &c., &c.
icy Family•lteceipts carefully compounded
Prescriptions correctly filled at all hours.
Calls answered by the Doctor at all hours
PREPARE FOR WINTER.
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF
HAS JUST BEEN 'OPENED BY
SPANGLER 4 PATTERSON.
If you want a good Black or Brown French
Cloth, or a superior Castor Beaver Cloth, or
a firstrate Cassimere for a Business Suit, you
can get it at Spangler tc- Patterson's.
Do you want a good quality of heavy or fine
Gloves, Fur or Merino Comforts, Cravats,
Neck Ties, Collars, Undershirts or Drawers,
Fancy Woolen Shirting, Shaker-knit Wool
Huse, or Army Kerseys, go to
spongier & Patterson's.
Ladies will find a good assortment of fashion
'tmble Silks, Colored Alpaccas, Poplins,
Merinoes, DeLaines, Prints, Shawls, Bal
morals, Sontags, Hoods, Nubias, Embroide
ries, Gloves, Belts, Undergarments, Hosiery,
Skirts, &c., at Siangler Se Patterson's.
A lot of Domestic Blankets ' Counterpanes,
Scotch Coverlids, Sheetings,Tickinna, Osna -
burgs, Checks, Muslins, Ginghamsiag and
Ingrain Carpet, just received by
Spangler 4 . Patterson.
Dinner and Tea Setts, the finest white Gran
ite Ware in the most modern,paterns, to
gether with a variety- of new style Glass
. Ware, and Common Crockery, embracing
everything in that line requited for house
hold purposes to be had cheap at ,
Spangler 4- Patterson's .
Fine Syrups, Raisins, Cranberries, Baking
Molasses, Teas, Sugars, Spices, &c., at.
SPANGLER t PA TTEdiSON,S.
1864. A L_ ...
Shultz c~c: 33rcL,
No. 20 North Queen-St., Lancaster.
lIA VE COMPLETED THEIR ASSORTMENT OF
A HATS AND CAPS, rk
NEWEST STYLES FOR FALL AND WINTER.
Furs ,ifant2 ,Furs ! !
We have now connected with our business
as Hatters, a very large, elegant end complete
Ladies' and Children's Furs,
of every quality and all selected with care and
judgment. Our stock comprises every de
scription of size and fashion. We would con
sider it a favor if the ladies would call and
examine our stock comprising Furs of the first
Ladies and Misses Beaver, Silk and
made in the latest fashion and trimmed in
every variety of style and taste, such as the
neat COQUETTE and the jaunty SPANISH. ;
also Hats untrimmed.
Thankful for the liberal patronage extended
us in the past, we hope by a careful attention
to the wants of the public, and keeping a large,
excellent and complete assortment of goods
on hand, to merit a continuance of popular
HENRY A. SHULTZ
JOHN A. SHULTZ.
SPECTACLES to suit all who
can be 'aided with glasses,
can be bought at IL L. E. J. ZAHAPS, Cor
ner of North queen-a., and Center Square,
Lancaster. New glasses refitted in old frames,
at short notice.
QUAL or REGULAR TIMEKEEPERS
•can be had "of IL L. & ZAIIM, Col
North Queen-st.; and. Center Square, Lancas
in the shape of Equilibrium Levers—
the bestarticle of 'Swiss levers now in the mar
ket. They are loWer in price than any watch
of equal quality andj ust as true for timekeeping
TTICEDRY tr, Oak Wood, 50 Cords each
El Hickory and Oak Weed. Orders must
be acc.ompanied with thy cash whdir they'wil I
be promptly fine.' Spangler Sr Patters'en:
N EW WINTER GOODS!
J. R. DIFFENBACR,
Market Street, Marietta, Pa
Notwithstanding the scarcity of many kinds of
Dry Goods, those wishing to purchase will
find his usually large, and well assorted stock
Prints, , Cloths,
Bleached Shirting, Kenti , cky Jeans,
Brown Sheetings. 'Pickings,
Diaper, Domestic pinghamis
Heavy Denims, - Hickory Stripes.
Full assortment of Press Goods.
Full assortment of Notions.
Full assortment of White Goods.
Full assmtmeot of Blankets.
Full assortment of Shawls.
Full assortment of all seasonable Goods. ._
Largest and best stock of Skeleton Skirts
ever oikred in this market, of all sizes, from
the smallest to the largest, and at all prices.
Groceries. of all kings.
Rin and Java Coffee, Teas,
White & *own Sugai:,Frssh Spices,
New. Mackerel, Extra Syrups,
Salt,, Saar Sawar cured Hams, &c
French Carsets, Troveling Over-Skirts,
Neck-ties, . . Under-Shirts, .
Hatutkcrchiefs, . Drawers,
Shirt Fronts, Batindrol.Skirts,
A small lot - nt ready-niado. Winter Clothing,
which will be sold at less. than .wholesale
prices to close it out.
He also continues to keep
.on hand a large
supply of . supeiior Brandies,. Wines, Gins,
Schnidam's Schnaps:, Blokes, Plantation Bit
ters, and that superior Old Rye, all of which
having been purchased before , the recent ad
vance have the advantage of being._ at nearly
old prices. . -
tl:3-Highest prices given for country produce*.
It Monongahela Monongahela. Whiskey by the barrel, at
Pittsburg prices, with freight only added..
VIINES & LIQUORS.
[I. _l3 EINJA Ai IN.,
DEA] ER ZN
WINES & LIQUORS,
Picot Building, Marietta, Pa.
DEGS leave to inform the public, that he
jjwill continue the WIN E & LIQUOR busi
ness, in all its branches. He will constantly
keep on hand all kinds of
Brandies, Wines, Gins, Irish and Scotch
Whiskey, Cordials, Bitters, 4•0.,
Justly Celebrated Rose Whisky,
ALWAYS ON NAND.
A very surerior OLD RYE WHISKEY
ust received, which is warranted. pure.
All H. D. B. now asks of the public
is a careful examination his stock and pri
ces, which will, he is confident, result in Ho
tel keepers and others finding. it to their ad
vantage to make their purchases from l irn
S. S. RATHVON,
NerehantTailor, and Clothier,
At P. T. Kramph's Old Stand, on the Car
ner of North Queen and Orange
Streets, Lancaster, Pennia.
R ATEFU L to the Citizens of Marietta
131 - 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.
CLOTHS, CASHMERES A N D VESTINLIS, 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,-HEADY-MADE CLOTHING,
Gentlemen's Furnishing Gooods
and such articles as usually belong to a Mer
chant Tailoring and Clothing establishment.
Mins old Ferry—one of the oldest and most
I safe crossings on the Susquehanna River—
is now In charge of the undersigned, who has
refitted the old and built new,boats, which will
enable him to do ferrying 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 :25
Single horse and rider, :25
Two-hozse Carriage and two persons, 1:00
Buggy, horse and two persons, :50
Foot passengers,_ each, :12
Stock of all kinds at the old charges.
All Luggage over fitly pounds, 25 cents pci
100 pounds extra.
July 15, 1863.
A LEXANDER LYNDSAY,
Boot and Shoe Mannfactu'rer,
MARKET STREET, MARIETTA, PENN.
Would most:respectfully 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 LfNE, which he
will warrant for neatness and good fit.
Call and examine his stock before pur
,hasmg else where.
QEO : iiORRALL,
Having re2noved to the Rooms formerly occupie,
by Dr. noentzel, adjoining Spangler RI Pat
terson's Store,Market Street, where he is now
prepared to wait on all who may feel
8 884= - disposed to patronize him.
Dentistry in all its branches car
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 determined upon a permanent loca
tion at this olarP, would ask a continuation
of the lit ronage heretofore extended
to him, for which he will render every possi
iCr Ether administered to proper persons
DAVID COCHRAN, •
Pointer, Glazier and Paper Hanger.
f ouLD most respectfully inform the cit
izens of Marietta and the public gener
ally that he is prepared to do
Paper Ranging, 4.c.,
At very short notice and at prices to suit the
times. He can be found at his motner's resi
dence on the corner of Chesnut and Second
streets„a few doors below the M. E. Church,
and immediately opPosite the old Oberlin
Coach' Works. s [Aug. 3-ly
The best thing out !
THE GUM CLOTH OVER COAT is the
very best thing out for wet weather—not
Oil-Cloth—but something far supolior war
ranted not to shrink. Call and examine them
. AT DIFFENBACIPS.
A SUPEItiOR COOK STOVE,
Very plain style, each one warranted
to perform to, the entire satisfaction of
PATTERSON & CO.
ACHOICE Lo Books for. children called
indisfructable Pleasure Books • School and .
I p r ]looks, Stationary, - Pens Pen holders.
..:rot sato by Th . .
eoitiNbia - lotooee.cic,
Of Columbia, Lancaster bountiv.Penn'a
Tuts Company continues to insure Buildings
Merchandise, and °runt property, mains
loss and damage by fire, on the mutual plan
either far a cash pretindim or premium note
The large and inereasing'l,cl44lo:of the Com
pany, consisting of prenai. , tes given
by its members. and e 4 'Upon
81 ' 475,789' M .
INSURED ON THE MUTUAJ "Litt
Affords a reliable guarrantee n
times the average loss on the amount in : 8144 ;
and the Directors pledge themselves
liberally with those who may slistaiii*:
damage as the case will admit of,o
with Justice to all parties concerned.
AMOUNT of PREMIUM IlloTE*lll/55):4601;
Balance of Cash premiums un- - '
expended, January Ist, 1862, 01,66867
Cash receipts during the year -
'62, less Agents' commissions, 6,781 47 •
Cash' receipts in January, 1863, 2!+938(/
Losses and expenses paid during the •
rear 1862, $6,322 . 73
Balance unexpended, Feb'y 2, 1863, 3,016 It
A. S. GREEN, 'PRESID,ENT, •
GEORGE YOUNG, Jr., recrearry.
MICHAEL S. SHUMAN, Treasurer.
Robert 7'. Ryon, Abraham Bruner, Br.,
John Fendrich, H. G. Minich,
Samuel F. Eon kin, Michael S. Shuman;
Ephraim Hershey, Michael H. Maine,
George Young, Jr., Nicholas Mc Donald.
Amos S. Green. `.
- REFERENCES :—The following persons' (tre
ad members of this Company: •
Bainbridge , -R. H Jones. John li. Smith,.
Joseph Kuitz. Columbia—Geo:lWe. Hiram'
Wilson, F. S. Bletz, Casper Yeager, If:C.
Fondersmith, John. Shenberger, J. G. Pollock,
Frank Shillot, John , Gaus, J. J. & P. 13. me-
Tague, Michael S. ShUman, R.' ' Williams,_
John Cooper, Geo. W. Heise, Washingtini'
Righter, Samuel Shoch, Robert Hainillii4
Eckert & Myers, Thomas Welsh,. Win; A.'
Martin, Casper Seibert, J. W. Cottrell, Philip'
Huebner, Ephraim Hershey, Philip:Sol:Mat;
David Hanauer, John Kramer,' Jaeoh - Staokse•
Jacob Strine, Benj. F. Appold, Wm, Whipper,
John Q. Denney, John Felix, Mivester,
Samuel Arms,. A. Gray & C 0,.. East Hemp/4kt
lins, Samuel Horst, Michael HMIS. Lancelet?
ter—John Rankin, 13. A. Shaeffer, Henry
Leman, Win. T. Cooper, John.Sheaffer, Gep.
Beebe. AlwAetta—Geo. W. Mehatley,' John
H. Sammy, Frederick Mahling, E. D. Reath,
Calvin A. Schaffner, John Naylor, Samael
Hopkins, Martin Hildebrandt, H. & F. Fletch,
er. Mount joy—Jacob Myers, Israel Barn
hart, Michael Brandt; John Breneman.—
Mankenn—John tiosteter, J. E. Cross, Sam%
Long, Geo. Weaver, John M.' Dunlap, 4 - Mn
Diitt, 'Arnt, Jacob H. Kline}] id
Fisher. Maytown—.Hiram .13eatty, George B.
Murray, Samuel Pence, Simon F. Albright.—
Mountoine-4. S. Bowers. Manor Township
—Jacob B. Shuman, Christian Miller, Julius
L. Shuman. Penn Town.vhip-rlMMel•Fria,
Henry - B. Becker, Henry Nelr, Bred
ner. . Itopho Township—Clinstram Greider,
Edward Givens, Michael Witman. - West
Ilempfield Township-11. E. Wolf, B. A. Price,
M. A. Reid, J. H. Strickler , Amos S. Bowers,
Jacob Hoffman. War w i c k T owns hi p—Daniel
B. Erb. •
4 4 -- • The Company wish to appoint an Agen
for each Township in Lancaster conrity
Persons wishing to take the Agency can apply
in person or by letter.
N. E. corner of 7th 6^lChestnut Sts.
This Institution, which was established en
1344, and is now consequently in the eight
eenth year of its existence, numbers among'
its graduates, hundreds of the most successful
Merchants and BuSiness Men in our Country.
The Object of the Institution is solely to'
afford ysung men facilities for thorough prepa
rations for business.
The Branches taught are, Book-keeping, as
applicable to the various departments of trade 4-
Pennmanship, both plain and ornamental ;
Commercial Law, Mathematics, Navigation",
Clint Engineering, Drawing, Phonography;
and Modern Languages.
The System of Instruction is peculiar; no
classes or set lessons are made use of, but each
student is taught individually, so that he may
commence at any time, and attend at what
ever hours are most convenient.
Catalogues are issued annually after the 15th
of April, containing names of the students for
the year, and full particulars of terms, tice.,
and may be obtained at any time by address
ing the Principal.
In extensive accommodations, wide-spread
reputation, and the lengthy experience of the
Principal, this Institution offers facilities su
perior to any other in the country, for young
men wishing to prepare for business, and to
obtain A DIPLOMA, wbirh will prove a recom,
niendation for them to any Mercantile Houle.
Crittenden's Series of Treatises on Book-
Keeping, now more widely circulated than
any other wink on the subject, are for sale at
S. HODGES CRITTENDEN,
Jan. 18, '62-Iy]
JOHN BELL. Merchant Tailor,
Cor. of Market-st., and Elbow Lane, Marietta
CIRATEFUL for past favors I would retusr
my than ks to my n unterous friends and pa
trons and inform'them that I still continue the
old business at the cld stand, where I .will be
pleased to see them at all times, and having a
lull and splendid assortment of
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES 4- vEsTryGs,
which will be made up to order at the shortest
notice by the best of workmen, and on reasona
ble terms, I would be pleased, therefore,.to wait
upon my old customers and all who see proper
to patronize me hereafter. fOet.29-'56.
First National Bank of Marietta
HIS BANKING ASSOCIATION
EATING COMPLETED ITS ORGANIZATION
is now prepared to transact all kinds of.,
The Board of Directors meet weekly, o
Wednesday, for discount and other business.
!Crßank Hours : From 9A.M to 3
JOHN HOLLINGER, PRESIDEIIj.
AMOS BOWMAN, Cashier.
Marietta, July 25, 1863.
MARIETTA MARBLE YARD.
Michael Gable, Agt.,
MARBLE MASON AND STONE CUTTER.
Opposite the Town Hall Park,
HE Marble business in all its branc! ei,
will be continued at the old place,•nea;
the Town Hall and opposite Funk's Cross Keys
Tavern, where every description of marble
work will be kept on hand or made to order at
short notice and at very reasonable prices.
Marietta, June 29, 1861. 494 y
A FRESH SUrPLY
Coal Oil Lamps and Lanterns
hf evekt putern ' suitable for the Parlor, the
,iitchen and the Chamber Hanging4ind 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 them much under the usual retail
prices, although every other description of
goods are advancing.
PATTERSON 9 CO.'
D ANIEL G. BAKER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
;OFFICE :—No. 24 NORTH DUNE STRZET,
opposite the Court House, _where he will; atm
teruftii the piacticc of his profession in snits
virious brooches. - ; [Nev. 4, •