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'M.A ETT A CAR HOURS. The several pas
seneer trains will leave the "Upper-Station
Duo!" as follows: Morning truin,•East, at
la minutes after S; Mail train . West, 12:03 ;
Ilarrishurg Accommodation train, East, at 17
minutes afr m
5 in the evening; the same train
West, 51 3'minutes after 6, in the evening.
vi-Troins leave Columbia for Reading and
all intermediate points, every morning at 5:35;
, rl ,l every afternoon at 2 o'clock, and returning.
arrive at Columbia at 9:45 in the morning and
a t 1:1 5 in the afternoon. Connections are
made with the Pennsylvania Railroad at Lan
SATURDAY,DECEMBER 21, 1864
Nrw Ynau:—Our Borough Carrier—
Clayton—will •be arOUnd..on , Monday
'morning ape?' New Year', with his ad
dress to his Borough Patrons. We
hope he will be kindly leceived, for he
is a good and attentive .carrier—punet
ual—rain or shine.
To-moittiow.—Gunts.immi :—This hal
lowed festival, with all its. :beautiful
memories is at hand. Wha - rejoibings
it brings around the fireside at home. I
Parents and thili3reti - enter into the
spirit of the congratulate
each other on its 'returo. Business is
laid uside,'while the„ moral sentiments
and social feelings are brought into ac
tive exercise under the genial influence
of‘ireneraiion and benevolence, T..banks
are offered up for thegoodgifts enjoyed.
"Bad habits" are put old', and AieW
solves are made for a truer sand better
life. ,Tbe poor rare are remembered, and
generous philanthropists look after their
physical, intellectual and moral condi
tion—stipplyth,eir ' wants—make them
comfortable and thus add 'to their re
iecutbility .and -happiness. On such
occasions new.p,lans are laid to provide
hews for the friendless --schools for the
ragged and aid and c.onifort for.the help:
Presents—as tokens , of love and
friendship—are OM this day exchanged—
Ileld ant cherished as pleasant retnem
brances;,and,,it is ,well t•or us to perpet:
nate this. memorable Ilo'f,v DAY in such
a tray thdt'4' shall provo a life-long
blessing to every human being. •
tiaT Carefully ..gntteri pp notices to
tenants to vacate premises leased for
one year or more '47 and for'Slite .
at this office. Also, la tk. leases or ar
ticlesagreements"} oagreements "} : 4 ' teniints and
landlords. All'of the'set 4
ate tilled up
if desired. It is uhsiireil necessary
for 'notice to quit" •to tle - r ued on or
before New Year's day, i ' i l it' 'rder to ob
tain possession of property on the .fiat
day of April, next.
CO - Nlajor John Jones, fortnorly pf
this borueeh, who volunteered in Capt.
Jacob Grosh's comPa'ny in .1812,'.and
who now resides in 'the ''state of Dela
ware. at the ripe old age. of over thre.e
score-years-and-ten, has sent us, through
Col. John W. Clark, [ who is also abOut
tug bacome a resident' of the "laud of
the Blue lien's chieken"—having pur
-ehased•N-veral farms there I the muster
roll of Capt. Gresli's Otitapauy. It will
appear in our next. ,
0.- We learn fiia`t the Good Templars
of this bniongli, have secured the ser
vices of B. K.. Do'rwart, f. Lancaster,.who
will entertain our citizens on Nobdev
evening the second of January. 'Mr ; I),
has quite a reputation as a Shakspear
tan reader. The reatlingxißtakepleCe .
at Temperance Ball. In our nest we
will be able to 'give the programme.
There will also be vocal and instrumen
tal music, making the whole quite a lit
erary and mnsical
,entertain trier t.
ter Elias Barr,
Lancaster, bare in readiness for deliv
ery their "II istory '6f tie_ I.'sn'Os a ylvania
Reserves:" As it is a work in which
Rearly'everj family in t i ancaster county
is interested, it shou'Al have a large cir
culation. As it can only be had by
subscription, persons in.want of it-should
at once leave their' 'dimes at Bari'
Co's., book .store. Work is got,..up
in the best style and ':haniitOtne,l.Y illus
We have still on timid sevgral
copies .of tipse fine, large and ..beautifilf
steel engravings, ''TVggit,thgtori"
"Everett," suitable foefFaming; a very
handsome parlbr ornament,, We. know
of nothing that woulci , be a more appro•
priate holiday gift tliariia pair 'ef these
engravings. Call and see them .at the
publication effice,',qr'thp “bil,ariettlan."
Will.he sold lowt.t
• ifir Sheriff Stith sell at the
Court : House, Lancaster,;'at 2 d'elook
in the afternoon of Saturday theith day
of January, a number of lots of ground,
Situated in this 4 borough
,nAloiling to Dr.. Samuel
Huston. For e ,R3rt l ißulars see S i ller , iff's
bills of sale. 1„
Cr We are feqaes(ed Ao say that be
tween the following bourkon/y will there
be any delivery of feakl;ixya4ee,ori Mon
day next----the , 2th---at the'fratk : office
Between 7 and 8 in the;; 12
and lat noon ; 6 anitoil•in •tEe even
gir Shultz & Bro., I-JaxicaSter, jiave
just added another lot'ot,l4ddittli-,b;11,r).
Now's the time and sensonlo,.ex a
handsome article or. that kiiairlkir
110 At a meeting of the Farmer's and
Gardener's Society of East Donegal, on
Thursday evening the 15th inst., Straw.
berry culture was made the subject of
the evening. " The varieties that do
best in this locality and the proper mode
of cultivation? "
John Shields said that with his' ex
perience the Wilson's Albany was un
doubtedly the best for market purposes,
but be preferred the Globose Sea . rlet
for family use ; found but littlo differ
ence in the yield of the two varieties.
Henry M. Engle thought the Globose
Scarlet a valuable pistillate variety,
yielding uniformly goad crops when
planted in proximity with bi-sexual N;a
rieties ; prefers the fruit of the Triumph
de Gand, but ha. 4 not-succeeded in rais
ing as large crops of this variety as of
either the WilsOn's Albany or Globose
Scarlet, bat it being a sweeter . aad firm
er berry than either of the litter,
thought it an excellent market berry,
an'd believed its productiveness' might
be increased byi snore' complete
zation with other, perfect or staminate
varieties ba the. - Itussel under ,cul
tivation, and although it - promises 'well,
has not tested' it sufficiently to sp'eak, of
its merits; - be :thinks all varieties ne4 .
thorough cultivation to do :well.;should
be planted in rows, the'soil kept clean,
and the runners cut off so as to enable
the plants to steel out; and should be
well protected in the winter by cover
ing,.the soil . betwoe.n" the 're,W'S with
straw.. , .
J. Windolph agreed with Mr .Engle
mainly ; he intends to try the Hovey
again ; thinks with proper impregorit ion
and improved cultivation it will prove
equal to many or the highly prized `new
J. J. Libhart, has not had anynelipe
rience with the lately introduced vari
eties; thinks Do variety has as yet been
introduced in this locality that equals in
productiveness, or attained a higher re
putation as.a family berry than the Glo
bose Scarlet, and if Congned to one va
riety would select it. •
B. Spangler does'not thinkthe'soil of
this vicinity requires deep- trenching or
much manuring to produce vigorons
plants and large crops of fruit ; the soil
between the rows needs freqnent stirring
to furnish a supply of moisture from the
atmosphere to the roots, and the space
between the rows should be t iuf sufficient
width . to.achnit of the free access alight
and air to the plants ; agreed with Mr. j
Windolph in regard to the'yalue'tif the
Hovey, and thinks even What are called
the perfect varieties might be made
more prolific by planting w:few native ,
male or staminaie plantS in the rows;
regards tbe.Olobese Scarlet us a valu
able variety hut could 'not recommend
it, or any other pistillate variety, for
general cultivation , ;' none but hi-sexual
pl a ntB- will do for those who do not give
the subject of Seit9s any attenfidn.
The Wilson's Albany is as yet unser
, passed by any other perfect, variety, in
general cultivation ` for healthy vigorous
• growth and large. crops.
I The society will mee t again on the
second Thursday 'el4ring,, of January,
whemthe subject. of Raspberries will be
considered. Communications are sell
j cited from persons ate distance, who
are interested in fruit growing,
iw The Columbia Spy says an exCur
sion train will be rurnover the Reattirig
and Columbia railroad; on Saturday and
Monday next. This is intended 'as a
holiday excursion to Reading.
p UI3LIC SALE OF. TOWN LOTS
ON. SATURDAY, JANUARY.I4, 1505
The undersigned Administrators of the Es-'
tate of Henry Shill, deceased, by virtue of an'
order of the Orphans , Court- of Lancaster co.,
will sell at public sale, at time ruibliie house of
Lewis Henkel, In the Borough of Marietta,
ALL H E., 'CERT
NINE LO7' :OF GROUND,
situate' on Essex street; in that' part of the;
Town of Marietta; Fast DRnegal township;'
laid opt by Meliatrey, Duffy & Peden, and
numbered on the plan thereof,' by Nos, 314,
315, 316; 397. 393,•399,,400, 401, and 403;
each lot containing Forty feet, on Essex street
and extending in depth two hundred feet to
These' Lois will .be;sold separately, or in
lots to' suit purchasers*: '
Sale to commence at 7 oln
.elock in the eve
ing of the' ritio'4; named day.
xtßittrs•: Ten per — cent on the amount bid
to 'be paid, when, the property is siruck otr,
add aquind apprhVed security, to be giv
en for the payment of the balance on the.first
day of April, 1865
.lIENRY S. IVIUSSER,
Mdrietti;,pecemDel 24, 1564. - -ts
gstite of John Alderfer
Late of the Borough of Marietta, dec'd
Letteis 'ot ,
admihistration said' estate
having been - granted to the undersigned, all
personsindebted thereto are requested to make
immediate settlement, and those. having - claims
or demands against the 'be.ra`e.' will present
them without delay for settlement to the un
dersigned residing in Said Borbug
FREDERICK 11 1 t XlfriCK
Mitrietia; December, 16, 1864 2 6 t.
,James . 11 1 ) f 4eltztl, late of the
•Borough-of Itlarietta, , deceased. .
Letterh , Testamentary , en said estate- hate- .
ing'been , granted -to the undersigned; all per
sompindebted thereto-are -requested: to make.
immediati!settlemeut, and those having claims
or demandSagaindt the same Will present them
without,defay for settlement to the undersign
ed, residing`in the Borough of Marietta.
Marietta, December 17, .1.564. 20-6 t
Another. Call for 5000 Men, 4
Who ,want •tbOit'..Fices Skaxed clean, their
flair. Cut and Beads Sliampnoned in the most
eciehtificluiliner, eans'do by,
the Market Street .jliaber
-" ' .
By this Sigh we Conquer
"Whenever the way seems long,
Or the heart begins to fail,
We sing a more wonderful song,
And tell a more wonderful tale."
JANUARY 1, 1865
OF TH . O.
Nria3 Utak -Altrturn.
The Pride of the Fireside
IN the prime of a vigorous intellectual man
hood, the Phmnix of the weeklies begins
its flight for the new year, over the wrecks of
its flagging and lifeless contemporaries, with
its eye fixed upon the sun, beneath which it
owns no rivalry.
The war, Which has toppled down whatever
is shallow and baseless, has written no wrin
kle on the bright aigis of our success Our
features for the issue.of 1865 shake the pillars
of whatever has heretofore been deemed im
perial in setial literature. ~Both sides of •the
Atlantic render us tribute. , We shall continue
the thrilling romances of Miss M..E. Bradoit,
necromancer of the' Strong, dark passions,. to
wlfoin we pay, more money annually than Ole
entire,caPital of our imitators, and add to our
American staff the champion jester of the ,cap
and bells. Josh Billings, whO will commence
with the iirst of Jatmaryi a series of his well;
knoWn inimaable,comic.papeis„ written ex
pressly for im, in his irresistably convulsive
vein. Harriet E.l?.reseott,.the . most polished
anti imaginative sketch-writer, living.; P. T.
Barnum, the wcrldfni
tobiographer : Miss. M. A., Earle;, Fairfax,Bal
four, Dr. J.. H. Robinson, and. ".Ned Buntlinp, , i
renowned, and versatile novelette-writers,
will eke out the sparkling eontiibutiOns. pf
such facile poets, failletoni.sts, humorists, cri
tics, tali is, partigraphiefS, etc., as George
A [16)1(4 ..A O. Eaton, Millie W. Carpenter,
ikGeorge red Townsend, Julia-3.lmrraltain'
Edward, Willett, George Martial,Joseph,Bar-,
bar, J. A. Peden, turd ; othins, numerous
enough and etc ver to ru
. enough' riall the news
on the Co.
The Vivid pencils Of : Dailey, McLenan, and.
Willie, the tir:it draughtsm#n of the age, will
make the new volume pictorial, and whatever
of fugitive drdnetoric note May appear during
the yenr, will at once be engaged, and made
Li addition to its crisp - and teling editori
als; its' delectable Gossipers' which
the Oldest and wittiest poems, - caricatures,
and burlesques of the time, hrst appear; and
its coquettisn Ladies' Promehade, to which all
the mothers,' sweethearts, daughters, wives,
aod widows of the land subscribe their exile-
riences, The New - York Mercury, will CO):LLIIi,
ue ihe faithful and cogent
l'hotographs of Popular. People,
bighly illustrative of the . oldest, ablest, and
artfulest folk of the era.; the Great Eashion
Article, by. Jennie June, whose sprightly'
notes. pon the latest and most perfect • New
York modes, are supestive to leaders of so
ciety everywhere, and universally consulted .
both in the metropolis and ,hroughout the
country; and commence.a series of illustrated.
Sketches of Grotesque Adventure •in - Foreign
climes during the War, by Alfred—Trample.;
as welt us Hints upon Cookery, by. Henry
Gosling, the metropolitan '
The first of the 3 - ear Will inaugurate the
thrilling original novelette by Doctor J. 11.
Robinson, entitled: ,
ALETEIg'; pr,, The Child of the 'Cord;
w:hich,w,ill be .followed by a splendid new
stow - by M. E. Braddon, written express,
ly for The York .111ereury."
Notwithstanding the upward March of every
article of luxury and cm sumplion,' and our
e6ormously, increased outlay for the year' ISlia;;
IE9 Star Paper of the Republm, with its forty,
columns of sterling original Matter, will con
tinue to be issued at six cents a copy, and
sold by all newsmen and periodical-dealers
in Americ. Its lodg end. honorable history
tesures it's'subScribers' against 'the casualitio's
and fatalities which have swept so many'
mushroom journals cli' ,the boaid, and left
their patrons disconsolate.at the loss of their'
To marl mbscribers our terms are '
-Cash in advance: Single copiesi '62.50 .s
year ; three copies, $7; six copies;'-$l3; nine
oopios; $2O.- ' The party Who sends tie' , 020 . f0i
a club orlidne copies will receive an addition=
al copy free. 'Six months' subscriptions
ceived. - Canada subscribers mull send twenty
cents extra for each sUbscription, to pay the
Subscribers should be careful 'to write plain
If the name of their post-office; county' and,
State. Specimen copies neat fr6e to all appli;
CAUL D WELL Sr WHITNEY,
Profridorh of Tia New York Alercury,
Nos. 48 Ann-st., and 113 Falton-st, N. Y.
11 alb 1a IRg 511biT.
-- JE3 _
SELLING OFF AT COST
J. It. liIFFENBACII,
• NO. 61: MARKET-ST:,
Haying determined 16 Close out, has com
menced to sell his•ehtire stock of goods,
A T, C•O ST ,
consisting of Cloths, Cassitneves and ,Vesting„
tiattinetts, Tweeds, Jeans, Rie.; -
LADIg.§ CI.O4KINC ? -..Ct6TEIS., ,
Flannels, Ticks, Checks, Checks, ..,Bleached
and Unbleached Mnslins, Drillings, d3lank
ets, Calicos, Delahres,, Ladies Dress
Goo is, Paper and Cambric Mus Ens-, Edging,
Lace and Dress. Trimmings.
A full assortmept of 11T0tio s,' •
A large' fat of Ladies, penticmpn: and Child-
rens Hose, Opera. Caps, ,
Glass and Queensware 3 Oil Cloths, Looking
Glasses Windoiv PapciAe.,
100 liozen Packs Smoking Tobacco.
1000.1bs. superior •Congress Tobacco, • • i"
Alull assortment of GROCERIES and LI ,
4,UORS, 50 Sacks of - Salt, Mackerel•in'i i rand'
i 2 Bi‘rrels. - Thd' greater portion 'of The abdve
goods Ilene been purchased at front 20 to -•0
per cetif. leas than present wholeaaly prices
and *ill . he sold' acco dingly. •
Marietta, December 17, J 864.
VHE COLUMBIA INSURANCE CO.,
j_ Of Columbia, Lancaster County, Penna.
FdURTEI ANNUAL BLEPORT."
Whole amount insured, . $2,604,435 68
Whole amount of Premium Notes, 255,931 46
January 1, 1863, $2,120 31
less Agt , s commiss
ions in 1663, 9,382 45
Receipts for Assessments •
less Adt's commissions
in 1863, 2,385 02
Losses and - expenses paid
in 4863, • • $.10;133 32
Bal. of 'Prciaitinis, Jan. 1,
1864, . 3,754 47
OREEN . ,
GEORGE YOU N t G, Jr., ,Recreta,,ry: , - - ..r*:
MICHAEL S. SHUMAn-Tierisurir,
Robert T. Ryon, John—W:-
John Fend - rich, H. G. Minich, -
Samuel Michael S. Shuman, •
S. Aninan, S. C. Slayinaker„
GeorgeYoung,Jr„ Nich9las Mc Donald.
Edmund Spering Amos . S. Green:
A . sP6RT,sivrF,N,I !..
ljy E 1 e Goa Caps, Eley's Vif,adds,'
llupOnt'd Sporting and'Olaied Dick` Powder
Baltimore Shot ;,Shot Pouelles,,powder Flas y .s
&e tit " - JOHN SPANGLER'S: .1
TLC 0 X S' 'Celebrated • Imperial N‘iir:toninit' Ste el Spying Skeleton'` Skirt, ut•ith 4
IC INTERESTING TO AtL! '.ll
D RY GOODS & GROCERIES
Greatly Reduced Prices.
J. R. DIFFENBACII
NO. 66 MARKET-ST.,IIA RIETTA.. PA.,
'Having sorted up.his stock during the great
est decline in Gold and. Merchandise and is
no'w predated to sell goods as low as
Any Retail Flouse in or out of the Cities
Now sellicig good Piints' at 31 'cents the
b‘e.s at 37tc. Good DeLaines, 45c, best 50c.
Gtoghams frorn 371 to 50 cents..,
Bliached and Unbleached Muslins
frqm. 31 3 ,37 to 50 cents
. CLOTHS, CASSIMERES AND VESTING,.
Latest style goods for Gentlemen and Boys
wear; Fahey 'and -Black eassimeres, Tweeds,
Jeane, Cloths, , together with all• kinds of Do
mestic 'goods; such'as Ticking', Checks, Dri
lling, 4.p., gtc.ott
EQUALLY REDUCED PRICES.
Good Si!gar,at IS, 20 to 22 cents.; ,Good Cof r
fee at 40 cents—,.best in market at 50. cents. .
Syrups and .p.ll other ,Groceries at re
duced prices: '
- • Lor OF PURE LIQUORS.
He also continues'to keep eh hand a. large
qihaidain's 'Schropg, .brake's Plantation Mi
tes, and' that atiperio'r Old " Pe - nous pui
chasing Liquors cawrely:uoon getting thelbest
article at the .lowest- price the market will
afford. - -
Marietta - , October*, 1864. •
NO. 66!, MARKET STREET,
FOREIGN & DOMESTIC
„Oa edam. ice.
Peep' constantly on hand a full stock of Bail
ding Material, Nails, , :
GLASS, PAINTS, OILS, WHITE:LEAD, A
SuPERIOn. ARticikiit? C EMENT, •'
IR 6 N.: .Rolled and Hinn leered
Iron; Steel, Horse-Sluießars;'
Norway ,Nail Rods, 119 op and. Band Iron,
Horse-Shbe Nall's, Bolts, Files, RaspS 3 etc.
- IJOUSE-KEEPLAG GOOD'S. •
FIRST-CLASS tCO(..IIC LNG,
AND PARLOR STOVES, :RANGES,
Tubs Churns Cediii Stands "Gt=
, Wash Boards,, Buckets, -
Knives and- Forks,
Rated. f zLu zacaz.a,.
Sad Irons, Kraut Cutters,-Waiter's,' Brass a
Copper 'Kettles , Clothes Wringers; Pans,
Ron. Ladles, Meat Stands, Coal Oil
Lamps,.Shades and Lanterns, Tea
, Scales, Coffee Mills, Painted •
Chamber Setts, &c.,•&.c.
Forks, Shovels, Hoes, Spades, Horse Brushes,
- Wheel , Grease;Ttsh; Sperm and Lubric Oils,
cistern Pumps, Long- and Short Traces,
Breast Chains, t3g.n., &c. '
TOO L S: Haddam]. Wood•Saws,,Hatchets,
Chopping and Hand' Axes, 'Planes, Cliissels,
Augers and Auger Sits, ,- Bracts, Pit titling
- Hooks and Sheats„-&c., &c.
Thankful fur past patronageove hope to merit
and receive a•centinuance the• same.
PATTERSON zi• CO. •
-Marietta, July-30, 1804:•' • -tf
SL LAN DELL,
_LI FOURTH" AND' A RUH STREETS,
CATER FOR THE 131:ST.TRADE.,
AND • OFFER NO BAITS 011..DEOEPTIONS TO
I\DUCE CUSTOM BUY RELY ON
.06eaLLtig ck.,,,fifacu.l rgaads
• Tint's Poplins,
. • Dark Foulards
• ' ligur . ea
• , .
, . Good Blankets,
We follow GOLD DOWN, as close as we
follow it Up. Now is a good t r ims for
illerchants and Customers to come, in.
OcipAer . B, 1.864„-2m.3
1 6VINES Et LIQUORS.
-D. 13ENJAAI IN,
- 6 - • DE;i'l Ei2"/Pr
WINES & 1,1QU0R8,.:
Picot Buildixig, Marietta; Pa;
1110E.GS le&ve tp .inforni the public that he,
_Up will coniitoie,the WXN E & LIQUOB. busi r
nesson till its bran Che's. , ii wili,colistantly
keep on hand allki,ads of
Brandies, Wines, Gins; Irish and Scotch -
Whiskey, Cordials. Bitters;
Justly Cilebra 4 ed Rose-Whisky k
-A. very surerior. 01. D RYE WRI+.9WEY
ust received, which is warranted pure..t
All H: D. 'B. now asks of.the.ptiblic
is a , carefutexamination of his stock 'and pri
ces, which will, he is confident, result in Ho
tel keepers andothers finding it to their 'ad•
vantage to!make their purchases' from im-
First National . Bank* of, Marietta
THIS lINNKING ASSOCIATION
HAVING COMPLETED ITS ORGANIZATION
is nowp'rOparedlo transact all kinds of
' .I.;.A.I'f•TICING BUSINESS.
The ! Board.of,.Directors meet weekly, on
Wednesday, for discount, and.,other businems. ,
P2-.Bonk. Moigs : From 9,.A. Nto3P. M.
JOHN .11OLLINGEt, PRESIDENT..
AlI OS BOwm.<int,:Oashier.
Marietta, July 25, 1863. •
TT OWARD ASSOCIATION, • '
PHILADELPHIA; .1 3 .4
Diseases of, the :Nervous, „Seminal, Urinary
and Sexual : Syatems—mew , and reliable treat
ment—in tiePoris of the . Howard 4ssociation.
Sent by mail in sealed letter envelopes ,
of charge. Address,' DR. J: SKILLIN Hoiro
TON, Howard Association, No. 9. South Ninth
Street, Pniladelphia, Pa. ,
$1,3 4 847, '79
THE Fill - Ft - NA'I 4 I:OKAL BANK of Ma
rietta has' a t eclitred a semi-annual divi
dend of/5 per:ceatun4lfor the past siir - rnebtlia
payable oniiernamd, la the counter'Of the Bank
, •yr AIVIGS%BOWMAN , Cashier. , . ,
.IViariettrW , December . 3; 1864;11
A-IJTION. Whereas, ley wife, Fredricka
Arosti ,left , rny . .bed- and boantron.Sundar
anise. or,provocation, therefqrep to-'give
public ,notieetegainst harborint.or truktingther
on,myiaccount,,as I will„pay-rio idebts , °feller
Alaciettit,Dec.ember4lo;llB64.-t3t.... A .F. 3 .4 A Ls
ff;ICKORY Br. Oalc;Wpod,yfio Pikilsweanin
Hiel;ary and Oak Wood. Orders-must
be•ateortipaniedetwittatha ensile whetilllW4ita
be pronaptlyifilla ~VBpatigler & Pattejxkur; •
:N' R b. W R
'UTE have latUlYlee&vei from the Eastern '
y markets, a large'nssortmeat of
Fall and. Wtnier Goods,
that Were Purchased' (hiring the Gold Panic,
when prices had touchedlhe•bottom ' • we are,
therefore; prepared Id fdrifsh 'all kinds of 'nee
'Chandise much beioW the present market value.
OUR STOCK COMPRISES
ALL GRADES OF CLOTHS;
Cassimeree and • Vestings, Over - Xoatings,
• . •
Fancy Cassimeres, for full suits,
• AND FOR BOYS WEAR,'
. . Cass‘netts and - Jeans, -.
Ladies Cloaks and Cloaking Cloths, • •
A •full line of French Meriroes,.
Coburgs and Alpacas in all colors;
.Rich Plaid and Brocade Lustres,• •
Plain and Fig'd Wool ormixed DeLaines,
Superior Arourning Delaines tk Alpacas,
A large assortment of Merrimack Prints,
Scotch Plaid and Plain Dress and Skirt Flan
ne! s, Long and Square Shawls,in great'variety,
Sacking and , Shirting , Flannels,
Large and , Small. Batumi - 61s, •
Washington Skeleton Skirts, the beet article in
the market—every Skirt guarranteed,
Freneh:corsets, "'Traveling Over-Shirts,
Reck-ties, Under-Shirts; ' t
Handkerchiefs, ' Drawers,
Shirt Fronts, - Hoods, Sontags,. •
Wq. Scarfs, Moves,. Hosiery, 6-e., &c,
. : HO.USE-FURNISHINGA GOODS.
Ticking; Checks 'and Osbabiii - g's, Bleached and
'Brown . Lineh'and''Cattori Draper; Fine and-
Cormoon Toweling, Table and
• Oil , Ciotris ' !Ran Wets, COunterPrines; '
' Coverlids, Sheeting and.. Pillow •
-.-Muslins, Transparent and .
•• Holland :Window Blinds... • •
• Glass CrOckery rand Queensnlare, 4
. • FulL.Tea, Pinner-and Chamb,er Setts,
• Fancy,liarket and Clothes Baskets.' •
G ROCER I ES.• Coffeni,
,Srigara, - Teak,
Fish, Salt,i Dried 'Fruit,
---o `O'ranberriex, Spices' cte.' ' r'"' ;U'.
" ' '
I.A'n early dill is solicited.
SPANGLER ty PATTERSON.
Marietta, October, 29, 1864-tf.
NO-92 MARKET STREET; MA RIETT A
Takes'this means ~ of. informing Ins bld: cue
torrieit and the public4enerally : that
re-taken the old stand (recently oecupieil.bY
George Mackie:y . 3 ) and is no* permanently
fixed to prosecute • • ' -
IN ALL I'TS BRANChES.
.;.ilaving . just. returpe&from the city whore
he solected told fashiortatde
ossoem.ealf of evprytttiog.ill tho , ,;
HAT AND OAP LINE,
and now only asks exarilinatton of• his
intek arid etriettY, befdre - ptrchasing elsewhere.
Having also:laitl in a stock of' flatting , mate
rial' he will be ehOled; at 'short mOtice; to
manufacture all tpitilitieH-froin • the common
Soft to the most fiVzhionitble Silk Hat.
employing none . but the best of 'workmen,
add Mriirufacturing good goods at low TrieeV,
lie hOpesto merit art&reeeive. a, liberal share
of pablic patronage -highest inice
paid for Furs--in 'trade- or cosh.
.Stribiittt 'anti E;otbtiaittec.
Wotit.o mist' respectfully take, this means of
informing his friefids and the - 011)11c generally
that he has commenced the clraiii:nig of
DEEDS, • . -
and fact evnrything, in t he, Coay.r.vArreiNG
line. ?javing• gratuitons intercourse with a
member of the Laneaster B-r wilrenatilthitr,
e*ecnte'instrumeata of writing with 'acturacy,
He can'he founi& at the office of "THE
MinivrTJAN - '," on - Front street;"or 2 at res
idenab or IVrarlretstreet, ; .1. 'a:square 'west of 'the
" Donekll .Ij.ouse," . Martetta,
.Blank Deeds; .1111)liages, Jddiments and
Leases always onhand' and for sale.
JOE - 13y, L Merant .
Cor. of Market-st.,And_FlLow Lane, Marietta
RATEFUL for past ,favors I would rani r
j my thankato rny nuntesops friends and pa
trons and inform, them that I still continue the
old businesS,o the old, stand,. where I will be
pleased to see them at all times, and haying a
full and splendid assortment of
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES -VIESTI V d 6,.
Which will be made up ttierder tlie shortes
notice by the best Of Workmen, Mid 'on reasons=
ble terms, I Wthild'be pleased, theSfore, to wait
upon my old customers and all Who See proper
to patronize me hereafter., f 0ct.9.9-?56.
MARIETI'A MARBLE YARD
Mieliael 'Gable, 'Agt.,
MARBLE MASON. AND 'STONE CUTTER.
Opposite the - 'loign Hail Pcirk,
, . - ... .111iirietta, Pa,
THE Marble .bpsiness,in
. 411 its•branches,
will be cOntinucifiat the old ;. place, near
the Town Hall and oppcsite,Funk's C1:09)3 Keys
Tavern, where every description. of, mettle
work will . .be'kept on liaail,er• made to order at
short notice and at , ieiv t. reasopiable prices.
Maitetta, June 29, 1861. " , , ~. 49-.13r
Black Hawk" Iron Ore Washer.
irraiE undersigned havingjust completed new,
patents for the manufacture of, the eele
orated` Black HaWk IrOn Ore Washer., :,He
liiisiremniied Several ehjectioris to the Did pat
ern; and note feels. certain of
wash one'-third more'lronmo. per day,
much cleaner. Maehineit manufactured,and
put up anywhere desired , at the ahortest.mo
tied', and the working of theni.e.hirie guarran.,
teed. ' Ile ran refer, -permission,
James Myers, of fkr ekal:Ornace n .MariOta,
and' to fames L. *ari
etta. Address . •
• SAIII7 V.I;
The Pat(int Conan Reflectorlantern.
HIS is the Most . desirable Lantern in;the
market, It burns Coal Oil' iiithout a'
Chinithey, emitting neitheramoke nor smell.
It gives a pure white light.
It stands quieli'mdt..cis in any direction.
The flame is regulated from the outside.
It is neat and compact in form and aize.: 2 ,
It is free from solder in the UpPer'partSAnd
is, otherwise very substantial in its structure.;"
PRICE, ONE DOLLAR.
For sale.at JOHN SPANGLE:WS •
Hardware 'Store; an Market street.
• • • .., 'DENTIST , '
'BAi.TII4OIVe COLLEGE •
LATE . OF'ETAR,RLS.
R4)C Et:FrOrit"street; nexrdiSoi-togt.
' Store, bet#edii-tiodikt ,
snd Walnut straeis, , Colurnliitt:" - Jr•
D ANIEL G.. i3MCNR,ropLz aldet
V E l C ifq,cleAlli: PA-
QS:KO,E , k*#N9l324l)NbatattaithtiskSitiay.W.
opposite ,th ,s. e kkav
. 17111 at
t_en4 prchile of t hp, ofelktil•ite
venbus' eitaaq 9 " fit An
oeutslt frreago .agclatt .o.ww:-.1- 4.01,..4137/
11:14 I N IOW; 4A 4
104 0 14 ,'
"H.. 11$ I 4 4,4l4Earriao,o
te Pure , aril. :)314 •do a•••)
4... lop! cele iratod GIN,
H. D. BENJAMIN
L. LYONS' PURE OHIO
AND SPARKLING CATAWBA WINES.
EQUAL in QUALITY and Cheaper in price
than thp Brandies and 'Wines of the
Old World. •
For Summer. Complaint, Cholera Infantutn,
Bowel Complaint, Cramp, Colic and
A sure cure guarrantied, or the money refund...l
In support of the above statements, are pre
sented the Certificates of Dr. James R. Chilt
on, New-Ydrk ; Dr. Hiram Ccx, Chemical in
spector, Ohio; Dr. James R. Nichols, Chem
ist, Boston r Dr. E. N. Jones, Chemical i
specter, Circleville, Ohio ; Prof. C. T. Jaclitott,
Chemist, Boston;, Dr. Charles Uptnan Shep
ard, Charleston, S. C.; and .1. V. Z. Maitec,
Ord G. A. Mariner, Consulting Chen ist, Chi
dago, all of whom have anylyzed the Cataw hit
Brandy - , and cmninend it in the highest terms,
for meditinal use.
Analysis of the illass. State Assayer. [16.3.;
When.evatioratect through clean linen it left
no oil or offensive matter. In every respect
it is a PURE spirituous liquor. The oil which
gives to -this'• Brandy its flavor and aroma, is
wholly unlike fusil or grain Oil. Its odor par
takes of both thefruit and oil of grapes. With
acids it produces ethers of a high fragrance.
The subsiitution :of this Brandy Tor Cognac
Brandy will do away with the manufacture of
FICTITIOUS'spirits,-sold under this name hsiit
at hoinelind abroad. Respectfully,
A. A. llaYhs, M. D., State Assayer.
By THE SAME, IN M 64.
I have analysed " L. LYONS' Pure Catawba.
Brandy," with reference to its composition and
character, being the same as that produced in
past )ears,.. -A sample tsben from ten casks
afforded the same results with regard to puri
ty ;•arslightly increased amount of the princi
ple on which its flavor depends was determin
ed4v,comparison with former samples.
The indications of artplysis show that this
Brandy is produced lay • the same process as
most of the imported Brandy.
ltespectfull•;, A. A. HA Yns, 31. P.
state Assiayer, td Bbyleston-st.
- Boston, July 30, IEOI [Mass.
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[To whom all orders should he addressedl.
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N addition to our main business of Photo
graiihh Materials, we arc Head Quarters for
.STEREOSCOPES & STEREOSCOPTIC VIEWS,
Of these we have an immense assortment, in
eluding- War 'Scenes; American and Foreign
Cities and Landscapes Groups, Statuary, &c.
'AlSo,'Revolving Stereoscopes, for public or
private exhibition. Our Catalogue will be
sent to any address on reteipt of Stamp.
We were the first to introduce these lilt° the
United States, and we manufacture immense
quantities in great variety, ranging in price
from 50 cents to 50 dollars each. Our Albums
have the reputation of being superior in beau
ty and durability to,ony ethers. They will be
sent by utail, race, ou receipt of price.
rP'FINE ALBUMS MADE To ORDER—EI
Our Catalogue no* embraces over F I V E
THOUSAND different subjects, (to which ad
ditions are constantly being made) of Por
t-aits of Eminent Americans, Sac., about
100 .Major. ilenerals, 550 Statesmen,
200 .11rig,Geuerals, 130 Divines,
275 Colonels, 125 Authors,
100 Lieut.-Colonels, 40 Artists,
250 other Officers, 125 Stage,
75 Navy Olficeis, 50 Prom Pent Women,
150 Prominent .Foreign Portraits
3 : 00 CopieS of Works of Art,
includingteproductions of the most celebrated
Progravingi, Paintings, Statues, &c. Cata
logues sent on receipt of stamp. An order for
onq]dozen Pictures froM our Catalogue will be
filled on rcceipt of $l:SO, and sent mail, FREE.
..photographers and others ordering goods C.
0. D. ! will please remit. 2d per cent. of the
amount with their order.
J. St. H. T. ANTHONY & CO.,
MANUFACTURERS OF PROTOGRAPIIIC
IVIRTERIALS , 501 BROADWAY, il. V.
The prices and quality of our goods can
not satisfy. . , [l2ms.
1 JACOB LIBIIART, JUN.
' - CABINET MAKER
.. A Ii D
. UNDERTA KEE,
M A.B. I ETTA, PA.
ANT ',.. ~,
XLD most respectfully take
i 1 4 V this method of informing the cit
izens of Marietta and the public in
general, that; having laid in a lot of
1 '• seasoned L'umber, i 6 now prepared to
7 ,- . 4itutilaettro 41 kinds of •
- , CARLNEY' FURNITUI?E,
in every style and variety, at short notice.
Re fitis On hand a fot of Furniture of his own
mafinfactuie, which for tine finish and good
'Workmanship, will 'riVal any City make.
Especial attention paid to repairing.
He is also now prepared to attend, in all its
branches, the UNDERTAKING business, be
ing.suppliedan with excellent lierse, rge
ar,i(l small Biers, Cooling Pox, &c.
COFFINS finished in any style—plain
Ware' Room and Manufactory, near Mr.
Duffy's-new bifilding, near the " Upper-Sta
tion," Marietta, Pa. [Oct. 22.
Calibrated Prrpared.,Tava Coffee.
Wari•ante . d s2 . periol : io any En the 111",-tr*et
I. , T
is used by first-lclasA families everywberc,
and highly.iiecorpentodea for nervous and
dyspeptic ,persons. being very nutritious and
free from all delete ions substances, in testi
iriertry, of which I have certificates front the
reidgf eminent Physicians anti Cheinisls in this
country. Try it and yob. xvi2lbe sure to con
thine its use in pref,orenOe to auy l other.
Sold at retail for.,Tlyenty Fire cents a-pound,
by first-els:3s. GrocerU faro ughout the United
States. • ' • '
A liberal UiseountallOcied to tho trade.
'Fut up ouly..by .
LEWIS A. OSBORN.
Wholesala r ileriot, 69 Warreu st., N. Y
1 1 5 P. AND LIQUO-RS.
Superior Old Brandy, Old Bye Whiskcy,
Helland Giih, Old Maderie., Lisbon, Sl,erty and
' Pittaliuri Whiskey
- always on hapd at.tLe
lowest market` prices.' Very Fine Brandy rtt
very low figure..
: 1 J. P.,,D4FFE,NBACIL Market-st.
1; 1 )
AiItY"...V.S fth'ETNED MAIZENA,
fietiated:fiOni Maiie, or Indian Con', for
01 1 2 11 1 . 1. PojposeA, Fot tale at
3. 11. DTFPENBA.CI.I.'S.
" LOT OF. BUMF WINDOW
at renaiirkably .
to closeout : . S2A3GLER,
Marlc'el Street, /Marietta.
the very best w
fot.:calie,s. Just received
O1".'-t e adfrrkii\ - 3 rv../3.NTGLANV R
vfin. p se i; rrttryin te d' R eriu in(
vfm . e
H. D. Benjorlin.
cHoitt..PHAT'ANA S E.G,A R S ; and th
11 110 , Clik'iiine and Smoking Tobacco at
' I 1 , . , WOLFE'S.
DIUT I OVIe' (if tlioge be'autiful S O F T
jj.:114275 , at ow 92 Markei-st. jf