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Q74t Xotat B,tariettian.
MARIETTA CAR Hot; as. The several pas
senger trains will leave the "Upper-station
Depot ); as follows! Morning train, Ram, at
ten minutes before 8; Mail train West, 1.2:i I ;
Harrisburg Accomtnodation train, East, at 6:39
and the evening train West, at 7:02.
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1864,
sr We have been requested' to state
that there will be a general town meet
ing this (Saturday) evening at 7i o'clock.
in the Town Hall, for the purpose of
completing the arrangements for fixing,
deffinately, the amount of bounty to be
paid by this Borough for volunteers.—
Four committees have canvassed the
town and report over two thousand
dollars subscribed, and that in many in
stances subscribers agreed to donble
their subscriptions if necessary. The
-Borough Fathers" have also eignified
their willingness to contribute to the
fund. Let every man subject to draft
now rake his , niarle, arid the draft 'for
the Borough can kw avoided.
Lady's Friend"' for Februa
ry is out, The February number leads
tr Ola:a beautiful steel plate, engraved
in the highest style of art, called " l'he
Sylvan Retreat," Then follZiws a splen
did double richly colored 'Fashion Plate.
Then a„ new and popular piece of 'music,
"Kind friends are near bar," being an
ansWeeto . "Who will care for Mother
now." This piece of music, of itself, is
worth the price of the number Then
striking engraving of the . ..Rescue of
Arthur Steele," illustrative ort an inter_
esting story called "Olive's Trial."—
Then, in the body of the book, Oft. Pee
pages or engravings. riev4,ted to the
Fashions, Work Table, ';ov,-ititts, Flow
ers, &c. Only $9 y ettr or 2 copies for
$3, Deacon & Peterson, 319 Walnut
street, Philedell hia.
'The. following pormois were in
totblled into the respective offices in
Susquehanna Lodge, No. 6, 1. 0. G.
l'emplars, on Wednesday evening last :
Eliza F 3. Emswiler,
M urn I.4rzelere,
A tuella. liauder.
A inisholu Ito
Ilipietta 11. l'a2, 14br,
tir.yr The A Illeriettll Exehnnge and Ite.
eirw fut January is on our table: It is
Sin t-xuellvtit perhidical and is edited by
J. A. Fowler wi h inarked'abilify. It
witl favorably etmipare with the hest
Anse/luau or English maglizines
Fielkt or uettythurg urtvr Lthi Bank,"
k, alone, worth the price or subscrip
tion. Whiting a: U,•., publishers, :521
theetnut-st., Lerma 4,43
ihr A bunk is about being put in op-
Pration at Wrightsville, York county.
The following officers - have been elect
ed; William McConkey, Prtisideut ;
William F. Lloyd, loug a clerk in the
Columbia Batik, Cashier. Director:,
/hairy Kau<, Jacob Goba, George
1). Ebert, Jacob Strickltr, James Cook,
C. S. Stoner, George Kauffelt.
elf' a sae sorry to learu that Capt.
E. Routh, of the 107th Pennsylvania
Volunteers, is at home unwell. The Cap
tain has seen some hard service, and un
til now. has stood the fatigue well. He
is not, however, datigerdusly ill and ex
pects soon to rejoin his regiment.
go- George Sanderson was re.elacted
Mayor of Lancaster, on Tuesday last, by
a majority of 124; his majority one year
ago was 224. In the select council
dere.-will be a Union majority of one ;
in the common council the Cops have
a majority of two.
Mr Dr. A. V. 13. Orr will deliver a
lecture onTemperance, - in Temperance
on Thursday eveuing next, nth
4stent. Admission free; the r.
e respectfully invited to attend.
•ar There is now above Gyger's
making House, Lancaster, one of the
uch talked of ”Chicken incubators."
t belongs to Mr. Newcomer, of the
pbrata Mountain Springs.
As Mr. Christian Stibgen's resi
,ence nears completion it begins to
how fine points of architecture and will
;ti one of the handsomest in and about
sir Our Bank has received a part of
circulation—the fives. They are
eautiful'and will almost defy counter.
sar PThe 'trumpet" is the title of a
;lent littlieVOtekly just started at Eliza..
; :im this county, by H. H.
• sr beveraitry flue steel plate en
gravnige—fotpdOr ornaments.—for sale
at this Oka. -,CS,Wand see them.,
, ittodon't forget-the Bounty meeting
et Ihe - Town kriaji,:o4evening. Let
there be a grand turn out.
sir'The Surignehunne in front of tibia
borough is eritirlT cjear of ice.
OUR NEW BANK NOTES.-Mr. Bowman,
Cashier of the First National Bank of
Marietta, returned from Washington a
few days since, bringing with him the
$5 bills of our Bank. We copy the
following description of the " Fives"
from ao exchange :
As the introduction of these new bills
may be said to open a new era in the
history of our national currency, a short
description of the national bank note
will not be inappropriate in this con
nection. It may be stated at the start,
by the way, that the plates, designs and
appearance of all these notes will be the
same for all the States, with the single
and necessary exception of the local
names and numbers.
The face of the , no,te,a,may briefly
described as follows :
At the left hand corner of the face is
a signette representing Columbus sight
ing land. He is standing on shipboard,
and in the act of Pointing ant the shore
'of Guano. _Hard, while a figure kneeling,
is seen pointing km the same direction,
and looking into ;the facel4 , the:'great
discoverer. In the immediate ! fore-
Around is another figure with a cross in
clasped bands, and kW ; face tnrned,
heavenwards, in thanksgiving to the
Almighty. The back-grouud is occu
pied by a priest and other figures, while
on the sail above the word "live" is en
graved iu highly ornamental letters.—
This design, it will-be noticed, is his
torical, and this is In compliance' with
the Wish of Pretident Lincoln, who
hinted hid desire on the subject in his,
letter inviting proposals.
The vignette ou the left hand side of
the face ructiles, au
sentation. which is also another idea of
Mr. Liucolu's. It consists of a picture
at Columbus presenting America, in the
form of au Indian ina.dt:ri,' to the Old
World, persenilieti by three, tignres t re
In the foliage overhead is the figure
five; handsomely iirniimented.
The border er the lace is composed of
the word fide, tLnill wink,' consisting of
grape leaves, and the , bgure 5, aiterna-,
ting in palm's: The novel ,peculiarity,
of the border is that no two words, fig-.
ores or scrolls are exactly alike, having
heeu varied purposely, so that the couir
terfeiter may not be able to imitate the
note .by repeating stied! portions, us is
trequeutly noticed in spurious money.
In order to imitate these Dotes the
conuterleiter will tied it necessary to
engrave the whole with the minutest
W. u. T
W. \'. 'l'
\I. A, S
\V. I. G
IV, It H. ,S
W. L. 11, S
w. P . S .
. . W, U
The 1.4 g -end of the face, or that poi
don which is .o ha read, Contains the
following inscriptions :--
W. 11. 51
W. G. T
This note is secured b)• bonds of
E UNITED STATES,
with the - U. S. Treasurer at Washington.
L. E. CIIITTENDEN, Register of the Treasury
Thr. First National Bank of Marietta win
pay the bearer, on demand, Five Dollars.
Marietta, Pa., Nov. 2d, /SO.
The former inscription will he com
mon to the national bank noteS in all
the States, while the latter 'gives an il
lustration of ;he necessary deviation re
quired by local names and number.
In the lower margin of the face are
found the 'words, '"Act . approved Feb.
25, 1861" The spaces beneath each
v*nette are left vacant for the signa
tures of the president and cushier of the
The back of the note displays another
beautiful exhibition of ingenuity and
taste. The principal vignette is a large
oval, extending over the treater part of
the back, r&producing Vander lyn's fa.
nious picture in the rotunda of the Cap
itol at Washington, representing the
landing of Columbus. The picture is
printed in black, as are also the legends
which surround it. The *upper legend
is as follows
This note is receivable at par in all parts of
the United States in payment of all taxes and
excises and hil:Aber dues to the United States
except duties on imports;, and also for all
salaries and all other debts and demands ow
ing by the United States to individuals, ,orpo
rations and associations within the United
States, except interest on public debt.
The lower legend is as follows :-L
Every person making an engraving, or aid -
i , ‘g to make or engrave, or passing or attempt
ing to pass, any imitation or alteration of this
note, and every perion having in possession a
plate or impression made in imitation of it, or
any.paper made in imitation of that on ivhich
this note is printed, is, by act of Congress,
proved 25th of February, 103, guilty of fel.-
ny, arid subject 'o a fine not exceeding one
thousand 'dollars, or imprisonment not.exceed
ing fifteen years, or both.
The border and pieces are printed in
green. The bordor is made up of the
figure son a shield repeated. In the
top border occur the words ''!national
The end piece to the left contains an
oval with , the coat of arms of Pennsylva
nia, eagisitely engraved, the name of
the state being engraved in the cloud
work. The oval at the right end con
tains the eagle on the national shield,
with the cypher "U. S." in the sky.—
The two .upper corners have each the
word "five" engraved on the face of the
scroll work, while the two lower corners
have the figuree 5, engraved on lathe
On the 31st ultimo, by Rev: G.' M. Clawges t
LEONARD WALLER to MARY 1. PEARSON,
all of Marietta.
Suddenly, on 'l'llursday morning . last, Mrs.
gLIZARETH SHUMAN, of this Borough, in
the 7Slh year of her age.
MA.RIETTIA_N.gc - c-
FRED'S L. BARER,
Stribintr anti eontitganca
WOULD most respectfully take this means of
informing has friends and the public generally
that he has commenced the drawing of
and in fact everything in the CONVEYANCING
line. Having gratuitous intercourse with a
member °Nile Lancaster Bar, will enable him
execute instruments of writing with accuracy.
itZP . He can be found at the office of " THE
MA RIETTI AN ," on Front street, or at his res
idence on Market street, near the " Donegal
House," Marietta. - .
D'Blank Deedsildortgages, Judgments and ,
Leases always on hand and for sale.
Columbia 'War - ace Comapany.
F OURTH Annual statement.
Whole amount insured, $2,604,435168
Whole ain't of premium . notes, •255,931:46
Balance cash premiums,
Receipts for assesn'ints,,
less Agts comiss'S - ` - pirgox
Losses and expenses.
paid in 1863, 10,133:32
Balance of premiums, ' -
January 1, 1864, 3,754:47
' •-- *13,887:79
An assessment of 3 per cent. was levied on
the Premium Notes, October 6,' , 1863, which
was deemed stifilcienuto 'pity all claims against
the Company for losses, about''.•one-half of
.which has been collected. .
The business of the Qompany is 'rapidly in
creasing. The amount insured in ISti3 was
$1,128,646:33, and tile ainount of Premium
Notes received was $100;$10:97, giving the
Company, as shown above,zan accua.ulative
capital,i., Premium Notee of over a 'quartet of
a million of dollars.
GEO. YOUNG, Jr., Secretary.
Colunribia, Jinuary 9; 1894 26121
INT OF LETTERS-Remain—
, irg tne"; , Past Office '
Mariam, Pa4rOr the `weelrending -Feb s y 4: -
Albright, Ellen 1 ' kineh, H. - A. ,
Armobel, Conrad 1-
Albright, Kate. • •'..McFee, Jane 2 .1 ,
Brenner, George -MeFee, Alexander
Boiniorth, Wella Co.Pinekney, Moses
Hertel; Maria' Price, Elizabeth
MOrgan " Popp, William .
Eisen be rger,'' Abraham REider,Abraham . •
Farnilain - ,'George Hash; George , ,
Fordey: John - R.: Smitch,. Joseph.
Hotiman, Barbara Smith, Joseph
Heroic George Stehman, Mary • •
Hoeurit; John iWatere. , J:
Hoffiens, Jesie 1 7..04-Christian ••.
Hall; t lei:nen:4la •
rePersons calling for letters in'.the above.
list will please say, they are advertised..` One;
cent will 'be charged,oh each letter, te.pay for
advertising. '` A. CASSEL,' P., M.:.
or -Rawer ad , !Kitchen
. W. G. P. ERINCICLOEj Publisher.
()Tice': 23 North -Sixth-st,;Philadelphia:..
ThtMS—:sl:so A-YEAR. : ;:,,
EDITED ➢Y TrionrAs•MzEHAN:
THE SIONTHLY CONTENTS ARE : - •
Hints—Flower- Garden and Pleai.ure-Ground;
Fruit-Garden ; Vegetable-Garden ; Win-
Cammunicatimts—Embracing the views of the
best writers on Horticulture, Arboriculture
and Rural A Mars.
Editt»-tof-GiVing the Editor's views on the
important Horticultural improvements.
Scraps and Queries New Fruits—New Plants
—thimestic and Foreign Intelligence—For
eign Correspondence—Horticultural notices.
With each dei.artment handsomely illustiated.
These general features will be retained, and
the publisher pledges himself that no labor or
expense shall be spared to render the succeed
ing issues of the magavine every way worthy
of the favor with which his previous efforts
have been amply rewarded:
SEN U FOR A SPECIMEN.
T HE GREAT-CAUSE OF
Just Published xn tr Sealed Envelope: Price.
A Lecture on the Nature,Treatment and
Radical Cure of Seminal Wakness, or Sper
matorrlicea, induced by Self-Abuse; Involun
tary Emissions, Impotency; Nervous Debility,
and Impediments to Marriage generally;
Consumption, - Epilepsy and Fits;
Physical Incapacity, • &c. By Ron. J., Cut.-
VEILWELL., M. 1.).; Author of "The Green
Book ," &c
The world-renowned author, in this admi
rable Lecture, clearly proves from his ()min
experience that the awful consequences of
Self-abuse may be effectually 'removed with
out medicine; and without dangerous surgical
operations, oougies, instruments, rings or cor
dials; pointing out a cure at once certiin and
effectual, by which every sufferer, no matter
what his condition may be, may cure himself
cheaply, privately, and radically. This lec
ture will prove a boon to thousands and thou
Sent under seal, in a plain envelope, to any
address, on receipt 01 six cents, or two post
age stamps, by addressing the ptaishers,
.CHAS. J. C. KLINE,
127 Bowery, New-York, P 0. Box, 086.
PORTABLE PRINTING OFFICES
Or the use of Mer
Ind all business and
, ho wish.to do their
wn printing, vat
and cheaply. IV
lapted to the print-.
ig u f Handhills„
Labels. Cards and Sfnall Newspapers. .Full
instructions accompany each office enabling a
boy ten years'old to werk theta successfully.
Circulars sent free. Specimen sheets of Type,
Cuts, &c , 6 cents. Address,
ADAMS' PRESS CO.
31 Park 'Row, N. Y., and 35 Lincoln.st.,
• Boston, Mass. , -26.1 x
JOHN BELL. Merchant Tailor,
Car. of Market-st., and Elboui Lane, Marietta
RATEFUL for past favors I would retuir
ki my thanks to my.numerous friends and pa
trons and infOrm them that I still'eautinie the
old business at the old stand, where I Will be
pleased to see them stall times, and having a
mull and splendid assortment of .
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES VESTIVGS,
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 whosee proper
to patronize me hereafter. [Oct.29-'56. .
First National Bank of Marietta
TBIS 'BANKING ASSOCIATION
HAVING COMPLETED ITS ORGANIZATION
is now prepared to transact all kinds of
The Board of Directors . meet *fay; o
Wednesday, for discount and otherinisiness
It3-Bank Hours Frons 9a.at to t , P: M.
JOHN HOLLING.F.R, PRESIDENT. '
AMOS BOWMAN, Caihier. •
Marietta.; July 25, 1853:
The imerinpi )VateheA.
THE imprican Watches are among the,best
uniekiepers now in nee, and,ford!4atiikty
strength and simplicity fir • suipaiii,amy &kr
watch made in the world. • ' •
• •H., L. 4.E.
Corner of North-Queeu-at., and Centfe Square
Lancitatei,. Pa., have theni tar sale at the yen
lowest rates—everyliateh aceoutpuitind with
the rnanufactureriguarrantee to eneureitegen-
PREPARE FOR WINTER.
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF
HAS JUST BEEN OPENED BY
If you want a good Black or Brown French
Cloth, or a superior Castor Beaver Cloth, cr
a firstrate Casamere fora Buainess Suit, you
can get it at Spangle, k Patterson's.
Do yeu want a good quality of heavy or fine
Gloves, Fur. or Merino ,Comforts, Cravats,
Neck Ties, Collars, Undershirts or Drawers,
Fancy Wooler, Shirting, shaker-knit Wool
Hose, or Army Kerseys, go to
Ladies will find a good assortment of fashion -
ionable Silks, Colored Alpsecas, Poplins,
Merinoes, DeLanes, Prints, Shawls, Hal
morals, Sontags,.Hoods, Nu:nas, Embroide.'
nes, Gloves, Belts, Undergarments, Hosiery,
Skirts, &c., at .Spangler Paiterson's.
A lot of Domestic Illlanket.s, Counterpanes,
Scotch Coveriids, Sheetings, TickingS, Osna-
Aurgs t Checks, IVlostins, Ginghams, Rag and
Ingrain Cli.inet,Jast received' by
Spangler * Patterson
Dinner and Tea Setts, the finest white. Gra
nite Ware in ihe Most'modern paterns, tri=
gether' with ''a variety of new style (Attie
Ware, arid Corrinion - trockery, embracing ,
everything in Outline required for house
' hold purposes to be' had cheap at
Fine Splits ` Ran ins , CFanberriee, Baking
Molieses ' - Sugis; Sifices &c. at
6_l/VdLER - 1 , I'TIRSOINT'S.
. . . ,
WOULD TAKE TEII.B
Method of informing their patrons unlit
friends that , they -have juat: received,
COMPLETE ,- AND WELL SELECTED
CHEMICALS, TOILET ARTICI,ES,
DYE-STUYFS, PERFUMERY, &c.
Also a well assorted stock of Coal Oil Lamps,
Shades;' Globes, Bin - pars, tkc„ Inks, 'Pens,
Paper and Envelopes, Fresh Seidlitz
Powders, Citrate of -Magnesia.
" Otilogne , °lithe best. quality, • ,
-Hair Oils, , Pornades, Sago, ,
Tapioca, Bermuda •
'Arrow Root, •
I Grotina Spices;:Petket Books, Soaps, Combs,.
Brni3bes;- Gum 'Rattles, Balls ant Rings,
Taylors' Shaving Compound, • BurnetPs
Cocaine . Flavoring
-Extracts of Lemon, V'anillai Pine
AiMl6,, ( Resei Sfrawberry and Al
mond; Infant-Powder, Powder .
and" Puff I:3oxes, Balm 4;.f, a . . .
' -• • ' - • '
Family Receipts Careftilly compounded
prescriptions correctly filled, at all
C`all answered by the Doctor at all hours.,
TYie Q . 4 at. , 0 Ferry_
• Formerly Keesey's,
OPP.O ..4I TE MA Rig - I'9'A. .•
oldiFerry —one of the. oldest ,and most
safe crossing* on the,Susquehanna River--
is now in charge of the undersigned, who :has
refitted the old and huilt new boats,which will
enable him to do' ferrying' with saety 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
Single horse and rider, :25 •
Two.hoise Carriage and two persons, 1:00
Buggy, horse and two persons, ':5O
Foot Passengers, each, :12'
Stock of all kinds at the old charges."
All Luggage 'over fifty pounds, 25 cents per
100 pounds extra
WINF.S & LIQUORS.
H. D. BENJAMIN,
DEAI ER /N
WINES & Li QUORS,
Picot Building, Marietta, Pa.
BEGS 'leave 'to inform the public that he
will coptinue the WIN E gr. 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,g.c.,
Justly Celebrated Rose Whisky,
ALWAYS' ON HAND.
A very suretior OLD RYE WHISKEY
usrreceived, which is warranted pure.
lEr 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 finding it to their ad
vantage to make their purchases from 1 im
S. S. 134.1C11V0N1,
Merchant Tailor, and , Clothier,
At P. T. "trample s . Old Stand, on the Cor
ner of North Queen and Orange
Streets,. Lancaster, Penn'a.
it ATE U L.to the Citizens of Marietta
jf and vicinity, for the liberal patron4ge
heretofore exte,ndeci the undersigned .reipect
fully solicits a , continuance of the same; as
suring them j that under all circumstances, no
efforts will be spared in rendering a satisfactory
equivalent for every act of confidence reposed.
CLOSE'S, CABSIMERES A N D VESTINDS, and
such other aeasonable material as fashion and
the market furnishes, constantly kept on hand
and manufactured to order, promptly, and rea
sonably, as taste orstyle may suggest
ALSO,--/LEAD Yll4 A DE CLOTLIING,
and such articles as usually belong to a Mer
chant Tailoring and Clothing establishment.
DR. J. Z. HOFFER,'
45.71- 0 k THE BALTIMORE COLLEGE
'Ciao... OF DENTAL SURGERY,
LATE OF HARRISBURG.
F F I CE:—Prout street, next door to R.
kj , ' Williams? Drug Store, between Locust
end Walnut streets, Columbia.
TIANIEL G. BAKER,
, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
' LANCASTER, PA.
OF . .FICE.:No. 24 Ncaersi Dunn STREET,
oppoafte the:Court House, where he will at
tend to' he faience of his profession in all its
DA: WAS. B. FAHNEBTOCK,
OFEICE:—,I-mAnz -ST., NEARLY OPPOSITE
. - . Spangler & Patteraon's Store.
.. • - ' Rim 7TOB A. 31.
OFFICE:HOURS. ",l • TO •?.. •
' - • • - - ,
0 PECTACLES to suit all who
can be aided with, glasses,
can be , bought at H. L,4 E. J. ZAHN'S, Coy -
ncriof,, North QueenL'it., and Center 'Square,
Laricustex . . • NCo7 . glaiiieif refitted in`old frames,
ataiOrt,n4iA. . prald.ir -
The beet thb:fg ,out''
TEE GUIVU CLOTHIONERAACOAT, ,iir the
very bestitting: out for wet weather- - -not
qfornething far sopenor ?titer-.
ranted not to shrink:lf: l Gan and,extitnifie.them
4)oAlDEN , Slleag„celapited GIN,' ,
JI.. D. BENIAIIIINt
$lOO Raw - arca
F'Olt A MEDICINE
That will cure Coughs,
Tickling in the Throat,
Or relieve Consumpiive Cough,
AS QUICK AS
eOg'S CONG - 11 -
OVER FIVE THOUSAND BOTTLES
Have been Bold in its native town, and not a
single instance of 'its failure is known.
We have, in our possession, any nuantity of
certificates, some of them from eminent phys
icians, who have used it in their practice. and
given it the pre-eminence over any other com
pound. It does not dry up a Cough, but loosens
it, so as to enable the patient
TO EXPECTORATE FREELY.
Two or three does will invariably cure tickling
in the throat.
A Half Bottle has often completely cured the.
MOgT STUBBORN COUGH,
and yet, though it is , so Sure and speedy in its
operation, it is perfectly harmless, being pure
ly vegetable. it is'very agreeable to the-taste
and may be ad ministered to children of any age.
In cases of Croup.,we will guarrantee a CUTi.,
if &ken:in season. NO FAMILY should be
.without it. It is within the reach of all, the
PRICE Be..'ING ONLY 25 CENTS. ,
And if an investment and a thorough trial
daes not "back on" the above, statement, the ,
money will be refunded. We say this know
ing its merits and, feeling confident that one
trial will secure foilt a - home in ev'ery house
hold. 1C Do not waste away with Coughing,
When's() small an investment will. cure,you..
rosy be .had of any respectable druggist, who.
will furnish you 'with 'a 'circular of genuine
certificates of cures it has made.
C. O. CLARK, Proprietors,
Sept. '24-6ml • New- Haven, Ct.
Btis, eai's affAlieb
No. 20 North 'Queen-St, Lancaster.
II A Vr. COMPLETED THEIR ASSORTMENT Or
Hg.'"OPII2EcuE , * 4.
NEWEST , STYLES FOR FALL AND WINTER,
Ira4rp, Aftirs l !
We have. now. connected. with our business
as Hatters, a very large, elegant end complete
assortment of., . ;
Ladle's' and 'Children's' Filts ,
of every quality. and -all, selected with cute and
judgment. , ,Qur stock -comprisea every de
scription of aize.and.fasidon. We would con-'
Aider lit a favor if the ludies:would and
,examine our stock compyicong ytirs of the frig'
'Ladies ithd. Misses — Beaver, Silk and
Z eft Hats,'
made in the.- latest fashion and trimmed in,
every variety of style and taste; such. as_ the
• •neat COQUETTE hatd.the jaunty SP AN 18171 ;;
also Hats untrimmedi ..•
Thankful for,the liberal pationage extenile&
us ii, the past, we hope by a careful- attention.
to the wan ts afflict-public,. and keeping a /ergs. %
excellent and. 'complete :assortment of goods
on hand, to merit •a; continuance, of popular
fa vor: - • • r' • . .
P , ,a3aoy- Furs I
_ . O
For Ladies and Children's Wear
I wish to return my thanks to my friends of
Lancaster and surrounding cUunties; or 'their
very liberal patronage extended!' to-me during
the last few years, and would say to them that
I now have in store, of my'oven iinportation
and manufacture a very extensive assortment
of all'the different kinds-and qualities of fancy ,
furs for ladies and children, that will be worn
during the Fall and Winter season&
Being the.dtrect Importer of all my FURS
From Europe; and having them all manufactu
red under My own bupervisirnienablea me to
offer'my customers andthe public a much'
HANDSOMER SET OF FURS,'
for the same money. Ladies please glve me a
call befae purchasing ! Please remember the
name, number and street.
JOHN,FAREIRA t 718 AlAtcH-sT.,
Sept. 17-sms.] PHILiDELPHIA.
T. C. FAHNESTOUK,
RESP ECTFULLY offers his professional
, services' to the citizens,of Marietta, and
vicinit3 assuring them, that all „operator's in
trusted to his. care,
, either in Oierative or Me
chanical 'Dentistry, Win be executed in a tho
roughly scientific manner.
OFFICE : On Main street, OPu) doors west
of the Post Office. D39-35-Iy.
Corner WARE: A Large and line stock
of Plated ware at H. L. & E. J. ZAHM'S
of North Queen street '&. Center Square
Lancaster, Pa. Tea Setts, in variety, Coffee
Urns, Pitehets, Goblets, Salt Stands, Cake
Biskets, Card Baskets', 'Spoons, Forks, Knivss,
Casters, &c., &c., at manufaclurers prices.
,H. L. Sc E. T. ZAHM'S.
Cora North. Queen st. and Centre Square; Lan
caster, Pa. Our prices are moderate and all
goods warranted to be as represented.
REPLATiNo attended to a'toderate rates.
I'l UTTtt P.KRCIIA BLACKlNG—without
tX brushing:, .For, Boots, ,Shoes, Harness.
Carriages, and Military Leather Work. It
gives the lerithor a polish like patent leather,
makes it water proof; does not stain thewhit
est article of dress and need not be applied ot
tener than two or three times a month.'
For sale at Dr..Landis' Drug Store.
WINE AND LIQUORS.
Superior Old Brandy, Old Rye Whiskey,
Holland Gin, Old Maderia, Lisbon, Sherry and
Pert Wines. •
Pittsburg Whiskey always on hand at the
lowest market prices. - Very Fine Brandy at
a very low figure
- J R. DIFFRNBACH. Market-st.
T"QUAL or .REGULAR TIMEKEEPERS
can be had of H. L. & E. J. ZA/fM, Co:
North Queen-st., and Center Square, Lancas
ter, Pa., in the shape of Equilibrium Levers—
the best article of Swiss:levers now in the mar
ket. They are lower in price:than any watch
of equal quality and, ust as true for timekeeping
T EWELRY.—A large and ®elected stock of
a fine jewelry of the latest patterns from the
best factories in the country can be foUnkat •
L. If E. J. 'ZAHN'S,
-Corner, of Center Square and North Queen
ftreet, Lancaster, Pe.
4› ) ,
, . • ..
. A. General Assortment pf. all k inds of
BDALDING RADDWARF,: JACIEq,,
ilmges, Sciews, Bolts, Cellar 'Grates,
OBs, - ,Glassaill J'utty, very cheap
:,,i, , • uk t , PATTEBAOIf & CO.'l
ft r ilifgAG,lLpc :7 0, Mr& and
PLaguirs-Colliei tragii 4 d; Pulverized . and
Stlga.r;ls4Pini9V'lClPle* and. iflac)Fl'Tt
Cheese , Md. sPices,k ,5.Y 1 , 11 .P ;NOW
king Molasses; Excellent Pearl Valley at
J. R. DIFFENBACIPS.
NEW AND FRESH DRUGS.
Zutttssot to Tar. fFrattitlin
PR. LANDIS having purchased-the entire
to terest and•good.will of Dr. F. Hinkle's
rug Store, would take this opportunity to in
form the citizens ofltlarretta and the public
generally, that havinKirst-received from Phil
adelphia a large addition to the old stock, he
will spare nO pains to kety constantly on hand
the best`andlnost complete assortment of eve
rything in the drug line. . ,
a got of Etploy and oilef rtiel s,
consisting in part of German, French and I..ilg
lish perfumery, Shaving Soaps and c.. 1141111111,
Tooth and Nail Brushes, Buffalo and other
Hair (.:ont!le, P oinades ,etc IMO
Port, Monies, Pocket Hooks, Pti.if
and Fovider Bos es tc..
.The nelebrated Ilatchrloes HAIR. DYE,
DeCosta's and other Tooth Washes,truilia Cola-
gogue,t Barrg's Tricoperous, for the hair, -.Say
Rum, Arnold's Ink, large and small ifiAed,bot
tles, Balm , of: aoThousand. Flowers, ;lour of
Rice, Corn Starch, Heckei's Farina; all - kinds
of purev'Grounlil Spices, Compound Syrup of
Phosphate, or Chemical . food, an exceltent ar
ticle for cronic dyspecisia and a tonic in Con
sumptive ClEtsesi . Rennet, foricoagplating
an excellent preperationlor the. table _ ; Table
Oil—very fine—bottles in two sizes. Pure Cod
Liver Oil. All ot' Hael's perfumery,poniadeS,
soaps, &c. His :Keith afro% orllair Restorative
ra now everywhere acknowledged the best. •
A LAIU>E'ASSORTENT ,
OF , BOekt ANO .U.AVOVAAY.
Sheet Music , always on hand, and .Proeure
by weekly orders from the city.
Having seared the services.of Mr. Harrison
Roth, formerly of the firm of Grove & Roth,
he feels'confident that •he can accommodate
as well as please his numerous patrons and
friends. *4 .
Old Port, Sherry.and Madeira Wines ,aud
Brandies for medical purposes.
The Doctor can be professionally
at the store when not engaged elsewnere.
13" Remember the- place, oppoSite the Post
Office, formerly Doctor
qmiSUPPLEE- & 8R0.,'
IRON AND BRASS
And General Machinists, Second street
They are prepared to make all kinds of Iron
•Castings for Rolling Mills and Blast Furnaces,
Pipes, for Stexiiii, IVatdr•and, Gas ; Columns,
Fronts, Cellar Doors,Weights, &e., for Buil
dings, and castings of, every description ;
STEAM EtVGINES; A - ND BOILERS,
IN THE MUST MODERN AND IMPROVED
Manner ; Pumps, Brick Presses, Shafting and
PulleYilMill.Gearing, Taps, Dies, Machinery
for Mining. and. Tanning•;:. Brass Bearings,
Steam. Biast:Gaugesi Lubricators, Oil Cocks,
,Valves for Steam, GUN and Wateri,Brass
tinge , in all their variety; ilbilers, Tanks, Flues,
Beateys, Stacks, Bolts, Nuts, Vault - Doors,
BLACKSMITHING in GENBRI.h..
From lo ng experience in building machinery we
flatter ourselves that 'We can giVe geierAl Attie
'faction to those who' may favor tialWitti their
'orders. lalrepitiring promptly attended to.
• Orders by mail addressed `as above":will meet
with prompt attention: - Pete& to Sihthe times.
- T. R.- SU P.PLEE.
Columbia, October 20, 1860. s tf:
AA LEXANDER LYN DSAY,
Boot and, Shoe Manufaatarer,
MARKET STREET, .M4RIETTA, PENN
Woulci• 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 Bottnigh, tie
ing a piactical BOOT 'tND: s SHOE 'MAKER
enablcM to select. with
than those wlm are not. Hetontinuei to Mali
ufacture in the very bestYna'nneikV , erjithin4
in ,the _ BOOT ANp ,sHael t iNg; which he
will warninA for neittnesS'and goOd - Bt.
Calf and itock Word
, hasing.,eise where..
belay,. Eighth, south
AND DEALER IN
11.. L.A.& J. ZALIAI
1 : 4—, " , ; •i '"%,1-;'-*:‘
: ES PECT FULLY inform pont
"friel a an - tle'pubia that they o
--- Z - ; " e an JEWELRY business at the old
, ' stand, North-west: Corner of Norih
Queen Street and Center Square, Lancaster, Pa.
A full assortment of goods in our line Of bum
nees afways on hand and for sale-ut the lowest
cash -rates. la". Repairing ottencleif, to per
sonally by the proprietors.. .
'Lancaster, January 1, 1859. _
-• . -
'Black Hawk. Iron. Ore Washer.
ri• HE uudersigned having just co mplete&riew
paterns for the manufacture of the eele
brated Black Hawk Iron ore Wish& 'He
has removed several objections totheold,pat
ern, and now feels certain of being able to
wash one-third More iron ore per daY,•and
much clearer. Machines 'manufactured and
put up anywhere desired at the shortest no- - ;
tice,,and the working of the ,
teed.. He ciao 'Teter, by permisaion,- to COI.
James . ;Weis. of I u - segal Furnace ? Marietta]
and to James L. Stu_ Esq., adjmning
etta. , Address ' ""
MARIETTA MARBLE;, YARD.
Michael Gable AO -'•
MARBLE 'MASON AND 'STONE CUTTER.
Opposite the Town Hall Park,
Marietta, Pa. 4
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- hand or made to order at
short notice and at very reasonable pricee.
Marietta, June 29,1861. 49-1 y
C HEAP LAMPS. - '
11. FRESH SUPPLY OF
Opal Oil Lamps and Lanterns_
of evil) patern,
suitable for the Parlor, the
.titchen and the Chamber 1 Hanging and Side
Lamps for Halls, Churches, Stores and Offices,
Having purchased them from the manufactm
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 1 CO.
ffii PHILADELPHIA, PA,
Diseases of the Nervous, Seminal, Urinary
and Sexual Systems—new and reliable treat
ment—in seports of the Howard Asioaation.
Sent by mail in sealed letter envelopes, free
of charge. Address, DR. J. Sxmart HOUGH
TON, Howard Association, NO. 2 South' Ninth
J. R. DIFFENBACH having laidin a very
serviceable stock of strong and
, . WINTER CLOTHING,
such as Coats, Pants and Vests, which will be
sold at a lower figure than eau be bodght any
where else. Comp and hear the prices..
Hammered and Bo il ed Iron, ,
General assortment of Hammered loud
llidjron, H. S. Sam, Norway,,Ntal
Rods; — American and Geeman Spring ,
twa ,- telt steel, Wagon Boxes, Iron
For tulle at PATTERSON 4 CO'S.
et; Crop New O ;} esns
=• —the very beat for Cakes. Nat received
byt SPANGLER & PATrEMON.
Below Unit" Columbia, Pa
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Lancaster Co, Pa.