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MARIETTR CAR Houns. The several pas
senger trains will leave the "Upper-Station
Depot" as follows : Morning train, East, at
79 minutes after 8 ; Mail train West, 12:03 ;
Harrisburg Accommodation train, East, at 77
minutes after 5 in the evening; the same train
West, at 39 minutes after 6, in the evening.
aqrsins leave Cblumbia for Reading and
all intermediate points, every morning at 8:40
and every evening at 6 o'clock, and returning
arrive at Columbia at 7:20 in the morning and
at 4 o'clock in the afternoon.
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1864.
OUR FIRST PAGE : We present to the
readers of TI 1E MARIETTIAN, this week,
several lengthy extracts from a Sermon
delivered in Plymouth Church, Brooklyn,
on Sunday evening, October 9th, 1864,
by that deservedly popular divine, Rev.
Henry Ward Beecher, and commend it
to the careful perusal of every one, who
'honestly desires to see our national trou
bles ended by a permanent peace. Let
the reader lay aside all party predilec
tions and read this sermon with the pur
pose of dispassionately weighing, in his
conscience, the arguments it adduces in
favor of removing the cause in ending the
rebellion. We have not a doubt that
all w ho have not closed np every ave
nue of reason from their souls, will
shrink with abhorrence from associating
with the arch iroitors of the North, who,
under the guise of that sadly abused
term, Democracy, are seeking to rend in
fragmentsthat government to which they
aro indebted for every civil right that
they enjoy. No man who loves his God
or Country, can, in the light of the truth
ful-utterances of this sermon, conscien
tiously cast bi 3 ballot for the nominees
of Treason and Rebellion.
gir Our boys—youths from six to six
teen—started out a few days since and
-obtained a fine hickory pole—seventy
five feet long—from the farm of Mr.
.Shultz, a strong Union man, proprietor
of the Major Haines farm, adjoining
ibis borough, and raised it on Saturday
afternoon last. Just as the pole was
being raised, the Mount Joy delegation,
with their band, was passing through
own to attend the Maytown Union de
monstration, halted and gave the boys a
ljt. Speeches were made by Col. Am
weg and Jessie , Landis, Esq., wbo were
111se on their way to Maytown. The
allele thing passed off finely and now
the stars and stripes Heat defiantly from
. on high,
co At tho quarterly election of I. 0.
Good Templars, on Wednesday eve
ng last, the following officers were
A. itaniter, W. C T.
:fury ‘l' orialey, W. V. T.
Theo, Girod, W. S.
George Worinley. W.
John Carroll, W. 1. G.
James Lindsay, W. 0. G.
Susan McMichael, A, S
Amanda Carrot, W. F. S.
J. Clayton Steacy, W. M.
liattie U'Bryatt, W. D. M.
George Stibgen, R. Ti. S.
John W. Petecs, L. B. S.
Kate %Vatter, W. C.
John Peck, W. P. 0, T.
C. C. P. Grosh, L. I).
air There was a large turnout of the
friends of the Union, at Maytown, on
Saturday evening last. Andrew Arm
strong was called to the chair. A band
from Mount Joy accompanied that dele
gation, and in passing through this
borough halted at a boy's pole-raising,
near the Cross Keys Ho el, and dis
coursed several patriotic strains. A
large delegation from the furnaces star
ted in the evening and at Market
square quite a crowd of our citizens
joined the throng. Jessie Landis, Esq.,
and Col. Wm. S. Aturreg were the
gir We received a letter a few days
since from a Mariettian travelling in
Illinois, in which he says he found Nel
son Malony, formerly a Mariettian, post
master in a one horse'town called Low
point, and that Nels is a violent copper
head. It does appears very singular
to us that the administration would tol
erate a copperhead to hold office under
it. We do hope some loyal man in that
region will be substituted for Nels, and
that too, very Boon. •
fir Let every loyal voter be on the
election ground, on Tuesday nest, at an
early hour--and vote early—and, then
see that his loyal neighbor is cared, for,
and all will be well. Leave no stone
unturned to achieve a glorious and sig
nal 'victory over the enemies of our
government. Let us see how much bet
ter Marietta can do on Tuesday. She
must do better. Patriots, see to it.
air Elections will take place on next
Monday, for directers and officers of the
following turnpike•road companies: the
Marietta and Lancaiter; the Marietta
and Mount Joy ; and the Marietta and
Maytown. lief) advertisements in next
01611 - We would call the attention of
ocr readers to the advertisement of
James B. Clark. He will.sell the wood
leave' of fifteen or sixteen acres. .WF''
are told - the timber stands quite 'thick:.
and• present-pricetkist of coal inuf4 . ,MilkA .
wed jetive quite a inorituil;altjec. •
fir Special services in the M. E.
church to-morrow (Sabbath) morning .
The annual Bible Missionary sermon at
10 o'clock by Rev. J. Gregg, and at 7
o'clock in the evening Rev. Mr. Clawges
will preach from Proverbs 22 and 26,
"Train up a child in the way he should
go; and when he is old be will aot de
part from it."
Cr Pr. Worrell und,Mrs. Worrell,
the celebrated and accomplished vocal
ists, are forming a class in 'the M. E.
church, where gentlemen and ladies are
invited to attend, on Friday evening, at
half-past seven o'clock, to learn the
beautiful art of singing. Terms very
moderate, Come and join our singing
cr. Prof. Southworth has opened his
second course of instruction in penman
ship, in the secondary school r.oOrn of
the Town Hall. The Professor appears
to give entire satisfaction to his class--
many of whom made fine progress, and
in point of numbers, his school bas been
a complete •success.
gar The meetings of the Patriotic
Circle. will, during the winter, be as
heretofore, at the , residence of the mem
bers, on Friday evenings. A box of
Hospital stores was sent by this unpre
tending but patriotic band, on the 29th
ultimo, to the United States Christian
ear Our usual variety is very much
curtailed inconsequence of the length
of Mr. Beecher's sermon and a crowd of
advertisements. In another week the
election will he over and the certainty
of the re-election of Mr. Lincoln mani
fest, when we will be enabled to return
to our routine of news, spice and local
tre Read the advertisement of
Shultz Rs Bro., Lancaster. This is one
of the most extensive firms west o r
Philadelphia. There is no necessity
for going ;o Philadelphia or elsewhere
for any thing in their line. Furs of
every description on hand. Call end
see their assortment and prices before
egr The Susquehanna, is again high—
in good running order. A number of
board and timber rafts and _Lewisburg
boats passed down, which has made
things look a little spring like for a few
days. The river is falling, however, very
fast, and in a few days all will be quiet
again. A few rafts are here now.
or Capt. Charles It. Grosh's company
of "'hundred Days Men," arrived at liar.
risburg on Wednesday night. Several
left the train at York and took "Walk
er's linn,'; for Marietta, arriving here at
midnight. The Union League has made
arrangements to give them an ovation
on their return home.
One more grand rally and the day
is ours ! A final and death blow to do
mestic traitors. A mass meeting will
be held in this place on Monday after
noon and evening. Speeches by Hon.
Wm. A. Cook, of Washington City and
Professor Dunbar, of Massachusetts.
44 A new railroad time table went
into effect on Monday last. A train
now passes through this borough at S :18
in the morning for the East, and returns
at 13:03; evening train East at 5:17,
and returns at 6:38.
tur We observe by the Philadelphia
Inquirer of a few days since, that Mrs.
Sarah Haines, widow of the late Major
Frederick Haines, formerly of this bo
rough, died in that city, a few days
oW Several advertisements intended
for this week's paper have been unavoid
ably crowded out.
ear Daniel Dougherty will speak in
Lancaster on Monday evening next.
CHEAP HAT, CAP AN,D
NO. 20 NORTH QUEEN STREET,
A general assortment of Hats, Caps, and
OF ALL THE LATEST STYLES.,
constantly on hand, which will be sold at the
lowest rates for cash.
All goods in our line manufactured to order
HENRY A. SHULTZ.] [JOHN A. SHULTZ
Lancaster, November 5, 1864.-tf.
TURNPIKE ELECTION NOTICE
he Stockholders of the Lancaster and
Marietta Turnpike Road. Company, will
meet at the public house of John Kendig, on
Monday,' the 7th day of November, at 9
o'clock in the forenoon, to elect officers for
said Company, for the corning year..
By order of the Board.
A. N. CASSEL,
'Oct. a% 3t. Secretary and Manager.
OTICE. The Stockholders of the Mari
'etta and Mount Toy Turnpike Road Co.
will hold an Annual Election, at the " Cross
Keys," (Funk's) Hotel; Mariettaon Monday,
November 7th, 1864, at 2 o'citc , k, P. M., as
required by law. As a Treasureristo be elec
ted, a full attendance is requested. ;
By order of the Board...
JOHN W: -CLARti, Snotirraay.
Marietta, October 16,•1864-3t.
NOTICE. 'The Stockholders of the Ma
nett& and Maytoyrn Turnpike'Road co.
will hold an Annual Eleetion 'at the " Toll
House," on Monday, November 7th. 1864, at
9 o'clock, A. M., as'required by law: . As
Treasurer is to be elected, it is hoped the at
tendance will be full. , • • •
By order of the Board. — .
st°.all PaPPr Zetied and Mt
of ti‘e.bett 1 / 1 1-alit Yh u s st jaldea Mortar.
1864. -..i.i_ 1864.
31 'INTERESTING TO ALL! .cil
D RY GOODS & GROCERIES
Grcatly Reduced Prices
J. R. DIFFENRaCH
NO. 66 MARKET-ST., MARIETTA, PA.,
Havine• sorted up his stock during the great
est decline in Gold and Merchandise and is
now predared to sell goods as low as
Any 42etail House in or out of the Cities
Now senior , " good Prints at 31 cents, the
best at 37ic. Good DeLaines, 45c, best 50c.
Gtoghams from 371 to 50 cents.
Bleached and Unbleached Mullins,
from 31, 37 to 50 cents. ►
CLOTHS, CAS,SIMERES AND VESTING,
Latest style goods for Gentlemen and Boys
wear, Fancy and Black Cassinieres, Tweeds,
Jeans, Cloths, together with all kinds of Do
mestic goods, such as Ticking, Checks. Dri
lling, &c., &c., at
EQUALLY REDUCED PRICES.
Good Si.gar at IS, 20 to 22 cents. Good Cof
fee at 40 cents—best in market at 50 cents.
lC Syrupe and all other Groceries at re
OM A LARGE
7;?'' V LOT OP PURE LIQUORS
He also continues to keep on hand a large
supply of superior Brandies, Wines, Gins,
Schnidant's Schnaps, Drake's Plantation Bit
ters, and that superior Old Bye. Person's pur
chasing Liquors can rely upon getting the best
article at the lowest price the market. will
Marietta, Octobera2, 1864.
1 .1 1 ",,,„ . 1 1 WA R
IT'attere cfc, Co_,
NO. 66i MARKET STREET,
D EAL E RS IN
FOREIGN az DOMESTIC
Keep constantly on hand a full stock of Buil
ding Material, Nails,
LOCJIS,, HINGES, I T)
GLASS, PAINTS,.OILS, WHITE LEAD, A
SUPERIOR ARTICLE OP CE3IEtiT, &C.,
11l 0N: Rolled and Hammered
Iron, Steel, Ilorse-Shoe Bars,
Norway Nail Rods, Hoop and Band Iron,
Horse-Shoe Nails, Bolts, Files, Rasps, etc.
HOUSE-KEEPI AG GOODS.
AND PARLOR STOVES, RANGES,4
Tubs Churns, Cedar Stands,
Wash Boards, Duelists,
Knives and Forks,
22 Lated A!. ,/1/Let.oli.c. VAacitr,s,
Sad Irons, Kraut Cutters, Waiters, Brass and
Copper Kettles Clothes Wringers, Pans,
iron Ladles, Meat Stands, Coal Oil
Lamps, Shades and Lanterns, Tea
'Scales, Coffee Mills, Painted
Chai,:her Setts, &c.-, &c.
Forks, Shovels, Hoes, Spades, Home rirushes,
Wheel Grease, Fish, Sperm and Lubric Oils,
Cistern Pumps, Long And Short Traces,
Breast Chains, &c.,
TOOL S: Hand and Wood Saws, Hatchets,
Chopping and Hand Axes ' Planes, Chissels,
Augers and Auger Bits, Braces, Prowling
Hooks and Shears, &c., &c.
Thankful for past patronage, we hope to merit
and receive a continuance of the same.
PATTERSON g CO.
Marietta, July 30, 1804. tf
LETTERS REMAINING unclaimed in the
Post Office at alaiietta, Pa., THURSDAY,
NOVEMBER, 3, 1864.
Albright, Jacob. Harris, Mrs. Annie
Bucher, Miss Caroline Jason, Mary H. W.
Bacher, Mr. Conrad Keller, John
Breneman, Mr. 1). J. Knight, Mary 2
Calms, Miss L. Miller, Miss E.
Dowhouer, Mrs. Myers, Jacob
Eisen h oner, W. Mellen, Mary Jane
Ebersole, Benjamin Miller; C.
Fisher, Mrs. Amelia Snyder, 'Mrs. S. J.
Faust, Franklin Witnier, A. R.
Gish, John L. - \Vanier, Martin
lieberling, Mr. F. Zona an, A. 2
11 chilling, Mrs. R.
Kr. To. obtain any of these letters, the ap
plicant must call for. "advertised Letters ' 3 ' give
the date of this list, and pay one cent for ad
ABRAHAM CASSEL, P. M
Tu . 00D-LEAVE •
1 .1 1 , AT PUBLIC
The undersigned will offer at public sale on
TtTESDAY, NOVEMBER 15th, 1869, at 2 o'
clock in the afternoon, on the promises, the
Wood-leave on a TRACT OF LAND; con
taining 15 or 16 ACRES, divided into lots as
follows: No. 1, containing SIX ACRES.
No. 2.-3 Acres and 10 Perches. No. 3.-
3 Acres and 60 Perches . . No. 4.-3 ACRES.
The Tract is well situated, being near the
crossing of the road from Maytown to Hiest
and's Mill and the Marietta and .Colebrook
Persons wishing to view the. Tract
p ro r a e d vi .
ous to the sale, will call on the subscriber
residing near the same. Terms at sale.
JAMES B. CLARK.
November 5, 1564-ts*
S TRAY STEER. I
Came to the residence of the undersigned; re
siding in Conoy township, about two miles
east of Bainbridge, on Friday, Nov. 28th,
A GREY STEER :
with two white spots across his back, about 2
years old. The owner is required to prove
property, pay charges and take him away, or
he•will be sold according to law. •
November 5, 1564-3t* •
S INGING SCHOOL..
The undersigned proposes opening a Sing
ing School, in the High School Room, com
mencing on .Monday evening, November 7th.
The course will comprise fifteen lessons, de-,
voted to the practical cultivation of the voice,
and on the elements of Vocal music: •
ZrTEttats: For Female scholars, one dol
lar. For Gents, two dollars.
Another Call for 5000 Men,
Who want their Faces Shaved clean, their
Hair Cut and Wads .Shampooned in the most
scientific manner, can do so by calling in at
the Market Street Barber Saloon,= opposite
Libbart's Drug Store.
ATTENTION !. SPORTSMEN !!
Eley's Guo C : a . ps,Eley's Gun Wadds,
Dupont's Sporting and Glazed Duck;Powder,;
Baltimore Shot ; Shot Pouches, Powder Flasks,
&c,, at JOHNISPANGLER'S.
tchternaeli's Arrny Lotion, an infalli
ble remedy for Saddle Galls, Open Sores,
and diseases at the skin,
- AT THE GOLDEN MORTAR.
PRIME Nev. Crop New-Orleans - Molasses
—the very best for Cakes. Just received
y S'PANGLER PATTERSON.'
genuine 8, , D...Benjamip
x UY,onectidtiotie.teantifulfS O' F.:TAM 4
BHATS at'ZiiiLes, 92 Market-et. alik
WE have lately received from the Eastern
markets, a large assortment of
Fall and Winter Goods,
that were purchased during the Gold panic,
when prices had touched the bottom ' - we are,
therefore, prepared to furnish all kinds of 'mer
chandise much below the present market value.
01.7 R STOCK COMPRISES
ALL GRADES OF CLOTHS,
Cassimeres and Vestings, Over-Coatings,
Fancy.Cassimeres, for full suits,
AND FOR BOYS WEAR,
Cassineus and Jeans,
Ladies Cloaks and Cloaking Cloths,
A full line of French Mericoes,
Coburgs and Alpacas in all colors,
Rich Plaid and Brocade Lustres,
Plain. and Fig'd Wool or mixed DeLaines,
Superior Mourning DeLaines & Alpacas,
A large assortment of Merrimack Prints,
Scotch Plaid and Plain Dress and Skirt. Flan
nels, Long and Square Shawls, in great variety,
Sacking and Shirting Flannels,
Large and Small Balrnorals,
Washington Skeleton Skirts, the best article in
. ,the market—every Skirtguarranteed,
French Corsets, - Traveling Over-Shirts,
Handkerchiefs, • . Drawers,'
Shirt Fronts, Hoods,•ontags,
Nubia Scarfs, Globes, Hosiery, 6-e., 4-c,
Ticking, Checks and- Osnaburgs, Bleached and
Brown Linen and Cotton Diaper, Fine and
.Common Toweling, Table and Floor
Oil Cloths, Blankets, Counterpanes,
Coverlids, Sheeting and Pillow •
Muslims, Transparent and
Holland - Window Blinds.
Glass, Crockery and Queensware,
Full Tea, Dinner and Chamber Setts,
Fancy, Market and Clothes Baskets; ;.
GROCERIES.—Caffees, Sugars, Teas '
• Fish Salt, Dried Fruit
Cranberries, Spices, etc. .
early call is solicited. - -
'SPANGLER- 8f PATTERSON.
Marietta, October 29; 1864-tf.
a r F e R a
OID gsfgblis46 hqh iffqlitthefotT,
As my Furs were all purchased when Gold
was at a much lower premium than.at present,
I am enabled to dispose of them at very reas
onable prices, and I would therefore solicit a
call from my friends of Lancaster county, and
Remember the name, number and street.
JOHN FAREIRA, 718 Ancx-sr.,
above Seventh, south side,
Sept. '64-sm.] PHILADELPHIA.
I have no. partner nor connection with
any other store in Philadelphia.
LANDIS & TRO
Landis 4. Trout
Landis - 4"! rout
At the "Golden Mortar,"
At the ."Golden. Mortar,"
Market - Street, Marietta,
Market Street, Marietta,
Keep constantly on hand
Keep constantly on hand
Coal Oil Lamps, and Shades,
Howe & Steven's Family Dye Colors,
Shoulder Braces and Trusses,
Papers and Periodicals,
Books & Stationary ;
Prescriptions carefully compounded.
Prescriptions carefully, compounded.
Remember the place,
Remember the place, '
Dr. Grove's old Stand.
Give us a call.
Give us a call.
.& LIQUORS. -
r H. D. BENJAMIN,
- DEA] ER IN
WINES & LIQUORS,.
Picot Building, )Xarietta, Pa.
EGS leave to inform the public that he
JD will continue the WINE & LIQUOR busi
ness, in all its branches. Hs will constantly
keep on hand all kinds of
Brandies, Wines, Gins, Irish and Scotch
A very surerior OLD RYE WHISKEY
ust received, which is warranted pnre.
113 — All H. 17. B. now asks of the public
ier a careful examination of his stock and pri
ces, which will, he is confident, result in lio
tel keepers and others finding it, to their. ad
vantage to' make their purchases from l im
Or THE BALTIMORE COLLEGE
4147 1 ,,i, OF DENTAL SURGERY,
LATE OF EI.A.RRISBURG.
OF F CE:—Frout street, next door to R.
Williams , Drug Store, beti-een Locust
end Walnut streets, Columbia.'
C. WM. GIROD
DR. WM. B. FAHNESTOCK,
OFFICE NEARLY OPPOSITE
Spangler & Patterson's Store.
Fawn 7 TO 8 A. 31
OFFICE _HOURS. . )) 1 To 2.
" 6T07 r.
THE GUM CLOTH OVER COAT is the
very best' thing Out for wet weather,-not
OH-Cloth—bat something far superior : 'war ,
ranted motto shrink.: Call and examnie them;`,
5 AT DIFFENBACH%.
RAMP AGNP, and-other`Table .:ItTin ea
guarranteed.tole pure, and sold tie low as
can-be boughtiii Philadelphia or New-York . .
DiA Dr. dierrJAmitt d Picot
p BYER'S R D MAIZENA 3
-Prepared from Maize, or Indian Corn, for-
FO't sale.at, ,
Do- -S. R.' DIFFEN,BACWS:
ILARGE- LOT OF BIThF - WINDOW
ISlVADES!Wr*rititi,rkibly. low 2 prices=
to clOgeont.' , ' , . - ' ' SpwirGir.kit; J`f!
Arsiket Street, MarieltiO
-C7V-1-n_ter G - c)Cpci. I
above 7th, south
AND DEALER IN
ALL KINDS OF
For Ladies and Children's Wear.
ALSO, A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
Gent's Fur Gloves and Collars.
Whiskey, Cordials. Bitters, §.c.,
Justly Celebrated Rose - Whisky,
ALWAYS • ON HAND,
DR. J. Z. H OFFER,'
S 7-30 LOA I%T.
The Secretary of the Treasury gives notice
that subseriptions will be received for Coupon
Treasury Notes, payable three years from
August 15th, 1364 with semi.annual interest
at the rate of seven and three-tenths per-cent.
per annum,—principal and interest both to be
paid in lawful money.
These notes will bd convertible at the option
of the holder at nfatunty, into six per cent.
gold heating ilonda,_payable not less than five
nor more than-twenty years from their date,
as the qovernnientmay elect. They will be
issued in denominations of $5O, $lOO, $3OO,
$l.OOO andss,ooo, and all subscriptions must
be for fifty dollars or some multiple of fifty
The notes will be transmitted to the 'owners.
free of transportation charges as soon after
the receipt of thr original Cerlineates of De
posit as they can be prepared.
As the notes draw interest from August 15,
persons making deposits subsequent to that
date must pay the interest accrued from date
of nofeto'date of deposit.
Parties depositing twenty-five thousand dol
lars and upwards for these notes, at any one
time will be allowed a commission of one
quarter of one per cent. which will be paid
by the Treasury Department upon the receipt
of a bill for the,amount, certifiedhto by the
officer with whom the deposit was made. No
deductions for commissions must. be made
from the deposits
Special Advantages of this Loan
It is a National Savings Bank, offering a
higher rate of interest than any other, and the
best security. • Any savings bank which pays
its depositors in U. S.. Notes, considers that it
is payinn best circulating medium of the
country; and it cannot pay in anything better,
for its own assets are either in government se-
cu cities or in notes or bonds vayable in govern-
It is equally convenient as a temporary- or
permanent investment. The notes can always
be sold for within a fraction of their faCe and
accumulated interest, and are the best security
With banks as colaterals for ciiscounts.
Convertableinto a Six per cent, 5-20 Gold
In addition to the very liberal interest on the
notes forthree years, this privilege of convers
ion is now worth _About 3 per gent. per an
num, for the current rate for 5.-20 Bonds is not
less than 9 percent. premium, and before:the
war the premium on 6 per cent" U. S. Stocks
was over 20 per cent. It will be.seen that the
actual profit on this loan, at the present mar-
ket rate, is not less than ten per cent. per an
num. Its exemption
From State or Municipal Taxation
But aside from all the advantages we have
enumerated, a special Actor Congress exempts
all Bonds and Treasury Notes from local tax--
Mies. On the average, this exemption is
worth about two per cent. per annum, accord
ing to the rate of taxation in various parts of
It. is believed tat no Eieturities offer so great
inducements to lenders as those issued, by the
government. In all other forms of indebted
ness, the faith or abilitnof private parties, or
stock companies, or seperate communities, on
ly, is pledged for payment, while the whole
propert) of the country is held to secure the
(libcharge of all the obligations of the., United
States. ' • ' • -
While the govergment offers the most liber 7
al terms for its loans, it believes that the Very
strongest appeal will 7,1 e to the loyalty and
patriotism of the people.
Duplicate,eertifteates will be issued for all
deposits. The party depositing must endoyse
upon the original certificate the deeomination
of notes required, and whether - they are to be
issued in blank or payable to order.. When
so endorsed it must be left with the officer re-
ceiving the deposit, to be , forwarded to the
Treasury Department. •
Sups•zriptions will be received by the Treas-
urer of the United States,' at Washington, the
several Assistant Treasurers and designated
DepositarieS, and by the
First National Bank of "Marietta,
and by all National, Banks Whith are deposi
taries of public money, and all respectable
• . BANKS AND BANKERS
throughout the country will give further infor
mation and afford every facility to subscribers.
_JACOB LIBHART, JUN.,
ICABINET MAKER '
MARIETTA., 1 ,- ..k".
. . .
. WOIJLD most respectfully take
V V this method of informing the cit
izens of Marietta and the public in
genera,l, that, having laid •in a lot of
seasoned Lumber, is now prepared to
manufacture all kinds of . .
in every style and variety, at short notice.!
He has on hand a lot of Furniture of ills own ,
manufacture, which for fine* finish and good;
workmanship, will rival any. City make..
Especial attention paid to repairing.
He is, also now prepared .to, attend,an all its
branches, the UNDERTAKING business, be
ing supplied with an excellent Herse, large
and small Biers, Cooling, Box, &c.,
J' COFFINS finished' in any style;—plaiii
or costly. .- .
Ware Rorin:r and 'Man'afactory, near .Mr:
Duffy's new building, - near the "Vpper-Sta
tion',"• Marietta, Pd. • - [Ont. 22.
Diseases of the — Nervous,. Seminal,
and•Seauai Systems-new. and, - relialfle treat=
ment 7 -in„ of, the Howard .Aasociatiell..
Sent by Inail in sealed. letteren.velopes,free
of xharge..,•!Addreso;Da,:J„*Savar t rt Hot° =
Ton, flowarAlAssociationvliM e 2 South 'Ninth‘
ÜBSCATPYrKiN4reheived ; for all tile read_
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At 77te Afiritar.
AT WHOLESALE ONLY!
WATCHE9 AND JEWELRY
Or EVERY DESCRIPTION AT TILE
LOWEST PRICES FOR CASH
Army and Country, llierchitii 44 Pedlars, Tra
ders, Sutlers and Genenit Dealers can
make enormous - pritAs.upon
a small investment!
Jewelry of any patens or quality, and in any
quantity made to order. ltrEstiniates for any
class of work furnished. Particular attention
paid to supplying Auctioneers, Country Ped
lars, Indian Traders and Army Dealers.
Any style of Goads manufactured, such as
Inventions, etc., at short notice. EP Good
con nosing cleilts, with a small capital, can find
constant employment l Illustrated lists and
full particulars free. . .
The profit to the retailer is very large.!
A wholesale supply can ,be catried Ina knap
sack, band valise, or carpet bag, and will not
be like books—bulky or inconvenient to carry
from place to place.
Remember another,thing l—This business
is strictly honorable !. fr, -- r . There is no need
of misrepresenting or- exaggerating. Our
goods show for themselves, and prove them
It is a business in which an ample and sat
isfactory equivalent is given for the money
received and an encouraging plofit is pocketed
at the same time. It is an occupation in
which no person need be afraid Os' ashamed to
canvass the same field again and again, for
where once our goods are introduced, a perma
nent and continuous demand is creati•d.
To'Soldiers in the army, or those at hone
disabled by the hardships of war, to Clergy
men out of health,. Teachers, Postmasters, or
any person who wishes either local or a n ac
tive occupation, and one that brings with it
great pecuniary inducements, this presents an
opportunity seldon met with. Try it. And
see for yourselves.
Carefully selected lot; of Jewelry, compris
ing our newest styles and most saleable vari
eties of goods, will be sent anywhere in the
Loyal States. We are constantly filling or
ders from persons leaving the choice of goods
wholly with us. To such we promise the best
exercise of our taste and judgement, and from
our long experience can insure satisfaction
We ask no pay in advance, state what style
and quality of goods are wanted, and we will
send the same and collect pay by Express at
the end of the Route.
GQLD AND SILVER WATCHES
Good movements and manufactured in the
best manner, of pure material, all 'warranted
at prices from $lO to $250 each. Seat aay
wbere,pay collected by empress. Satisfac
tion guarranteed ! All Watches at first prices;
they being of our own importation.
I Circulars sent free by mail ! Send for
them. T. 4 . IL GAUGHAN,
Manufacturers and Importers,
No. 11-3031 . 716 Broadway, New York.
Stabts I Stains ! !
clan Vlzanales, •
OPPOSITE HARRY WOLFE'S
AS the season for Stoves is fast approaching
I would call the attention of all wishing
Parlor or Cooking Stoves,
to my large and, well selected stock, which em
braces the best and most desirable Stoves that
the Eastean markets afford, and which were
purchased early, which will enable me to dis
pose of them , advantageously to buyers.
Among the leading Parlor and. Cook Stoves
are the following:
Parlor Stoi2es. Cooking Stoves.
. Meteor Gas Burner, . t Galleo,
Columbia do Royal,
Oval do do Waverly,
Dial, ) Wellington,
Tropic Egg, Charm,
Mositor, ' Summer Rose,
Also, the Vulcan and Sanford's Heaters, a
very desirable article far heating two or four
rooms with very little, if any, more fuel than
an ordinery- parlor stove would consume.
Ranges for cooking, constantly on handy all
of which will be sold on reasonable terms.
D:3" Call •and examine before purchasing
- LIME & LANDELL,
FOURTH AND ARCH STREETS,
CATER FOR THE BEST TRADE,
AND OFFER NO BAITS OR DECEPTION'S TO
INDUCE CUSTOM BUT RELY ON
ealin.g. tYa': ( S.c.ati Scads
• Figured Merinoes,
We follow GOLD DOWN, as close as we
follow it up. Now is a good time for
Merchants and customers to come in.
October 8,1864.-2 m.)
S. S. RATITVON,
Merchant, Tailor, and Clothier,
AI J. Kramph's Old Stand, on the Cor
'tier of North Queen and Orange
Streets, Lancaster, Penn'a.
RATES U L to the Citizens of Marietta
ijr and Vicinity; for the liberal patronage
heretofore extended, the .undersigned respect
fully solicits a continuance of the same; as
duringthem that under all circumstances, no
efforts will be spared in renderings satisfactory
equivalent for every act of con fidence reposed.
CLOTHS, CA SSIMERES A. N D VESTINGS, and
such ottier, 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.
ALSO,—READ V-.MA DE CLOTHING,
.Gentlemen's Furnishing Gooods
and, such articles as usually belong to a Met'.
chant Tailoring and Clothing establishment, •
Ztribintr an Coninna.n.ttr.
WOULD most respectfully. take this means of
informing his friends and the pubbc generally
that he has commenced the drawing of
and infect everything in the Couvt - rarrman
line. TJaving gratuitous intercourse with a
member of the. Laneasterßar,.will enable him.
execute instruments of writing with accuracy.
He can be found at the office of Tire
MARIETTIAN," on Front street, or at his res- ,
icrence on Market street, ? 1 a square west of the
"-Donegal Hmise, , . Marietta.
Blair Deeds, Mortgages, Judgments and
Leases-always on hand and for sale. -
A LE_X ANDF,A LYNDSAY, „Aka
Fash.ionable .11011 1111 5
Boot and Shoe Manufacturer,
MARKET. STREET, MARIETTA, PENN.
Would most respecttully inform tbe, citizens
of this I3orough and neigbboihood that fie has
the largest assortment of City made work in
"line of business in this Borough, and he.-
ing, a practical BOOT AND SHOE. MAKER
iltiratielf,is enables toielect with maze judgment
'than'tliose who are not. He continues to man
ufacture in the very .:beet; manner everything
in the 1 3.00 T AAZ .SHOE, rINE, which be
will maven! fOr neatness and good fit.
1137Ca11. and examine his 4tock before pur
chasing, elsewhere.- ' - .
Celebratqd Peatl. Colle:tit an
r io t ;
r•ivct Viet Bliakink
" THE GOLDENVORTA.R.,