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Eijt Yotal fflariettian.
SATTJRDAY, MARCH 25, 1865
ror ilroati Time Tabk, see first page
i rr We aro antler obligations to Mn
Child, for early garden seeds from the,
,Ticultmralhareatt,..,Was..: ton. 011010 4;y : '
T:. LW F aEsuft— Aft ,(14ving at
aint-d a height of oor twenty cone, in
-1,,..: higher than the great 110°441134 . 6,
I ] , .- us quoliannacotathenced to fall, and
Idit too, rapidly, It , was s.t its highest
i:int about noooloi4Saturday last. A
amyl: had been mad 4 on the key hol of
the river, or outside doer, of the picot
warehouse, situated between the canal
and river, marking the height - of the '46
flood, and at neon oo', Saturday a party
went out in a skiffalld,foku4 that mare
covered by over 21 inches; 'lt remained
/Stationary for several Atoays, when it
;commenced to fall, andlin ti, short time
'Front street was cleared of the much
dreaded invader. OnBundayl several ll
excursions were mad) 4upiana down
Front street in skiffs. .A.,l , early all of the
canal bridge abutmentstebh were just
being put up, preParatoWi the lov
al of the tow path to the lower eof
the canal, in order to allow the *Sent
tow path to be used for the second rail
'road track, about to be laid, were mush
damaged and some of the:bridges swept
away. The bottom of the canal and
; many points along Front street are 'now
literally piled up with round and square
timber, trees, and debris of every• de
scription, and many are busy cutting up
everything into stove wood, verifying
the old saw "that it is an ill win:d
blows nobody good;" as nearly every
person on Front street has a huge pile
of wood. The injury done.-the railroad
-nil canal has been very great. No
rains for five or six days passed up or
down the road; on Sunday, however, the
Pennsylvania r iilroad company com
menced repairing—all the hands 'that
could be got were put to work. The
railroad bridge across Chiques creek had
been moved several feet from its
foundation—the track near the henry
t'lay inimace for several hundred yards
lind been entirely swept into the canal
and a lung stretch of the tow path and,
iln• high wall below. Chicplos was
w,:-lied even with the canal bottoin, into
the river. On Wednesday evening
frvight trains began to run.
, ononuitication—east and west—for sev- .
oral days had beencut off, and for our
:tails we had to send Private aonVeyan
•s to Columbia, and thus, for nearly a
.eek, we appeared to be edit 'oft'. "from
II the world and the rest of mankind."
Alen are now busy at work on the rail
road and canal and the work of repair
wilt tie vigorously pushed forward. A
urge saw mill, said to have come from
Mit island, near Middie,town, .lodged
across the canal neat Muiser & Miller's
mill—one end resting, on the tow path
and the other on the birth bank of tbe
canal—a log is (Mile carriage way an:d
the saw set; at the other .end of the
mill is a large pile ef tobacco as if just
being prepared for_triarket, indicating
clearly that the mill had been hastily
abandoned.' The work , of pumping out
the cellars:oh Front streetis now being
ilfaT arcelns Jerome Clark, allas._"Sue
Mandy," was hung tn kv., on
the 15th instant. Dr. Grove of this
borough, now stationed at one of the
Hospitals in that city, sent us a copy of
the Louisville Journal, containing it full
description of the. execution. _ Vlach
was very •young--not twenty-one until
August next, and had been a gnerrilla
for aver• three years:;, Be said on the
gallows that he had not perpetrated the
fourth'of the dritrieri'aitributett to him,
more than enough, however, to have
long since deserved_ death. =
Mr. Editor :—Duriog the past, winter
—from the 18th of November to the
present date—the musical class of Dr.
and Mrs. Worrell, held in the M." - E.
Church, has been an entire success , and
at tie close of the second
friends of music were present and were
delighted at bearing such charming mu
sic. Rev. Mr. Gregg made his farewell
address to the class, which will long be
remembered by all present. The third
session 'has just commenced, which in fu
ture will be known as the "Musical
Union of Marietta," enters withincreas
ed numbers. It is to be hoped our citi
zens will soon hear them in a public con
cert. P. H. G.
gar The "Viver America Troupe"
gave a couple of concerts in the Town
Hill, on Wednesday and Thursday eve
nings. ,The einging was very fine=the
bass particularly so—whilst Mons. Du
bois with hii budget of French, English
and American blunderskept the house
continually in a roar of laughter. They
will visit us again and deserve a better
The closing exerciSes of the Ma-
Tietta High school, took place on Thurs
day evening last. We could not be
present, but learn . that everything
passed off mach to the credit of lir.
Hoffmeier, the principal, and the
Mr. H., will open a select summer
school, commencing on: the' lath of
April. See his card in another column.
In looking over the last number
of the Middletown Journal, we find our
former townsman, William D. Hendrick
has been elected one of the Council
men of that place. W. D. is a loyal
and an energetic young gentleman and
will make a progressive member of that
;cp. To CONSUMPTIVES. The undersigned
having been restored to health in a few weeks,
by a. very simple remedy, after havin,g suffer
ed several years, With a severe Jung affection,
and that dread disease, Consumption—is anx
ious to make known to his fellow sufferers
the means of cure.
To all who desire it, he will send a copy of
the prescription used, (free of charge,) with
the directions , for preparing and using the
same, which they will find ' a sure cure for Cory
SPBUTION, A5T1131.4, fIAOSCIIITIS, COUGHS,
COLDS, 4e.. The only object of the advertiser
in sending tue Mier iption is to benett the
afflicted, and sptead information which he
conceives to he invaluable ; and he,hopcs' ev
ery sufferer Will, try his remedy, as it will
cost i tlietti nothing, and may prove a blessing.
• Payties wishingithe preseription will please
Rev. EDWARD A. WILSON,
Kings co. N. Y.
if Editor of- "The Mariettion."
DEAR SlR:—With your permission I wish
to say to the readers of your paper that I will
send, by return in*, to all who wish it, (fiee)
a recipe, with full. directions for' making and
using a simple Vegetablefiahn that will effec
tually remove, in ten rays, Pimples, Blotches,.
Tun, Freckles, and all impurities of the skin,
leaying the same soft, clear,.emootltiod beau- .
tiful. I will also. mail free to4boae
Bald'll cads', or Bare Faces, simpleidirections
and information that will enable dent to start
a full groWth of luXuriant Nair,. Whiskers or
a Moustache, in less than 30 days. .
All applications - answered by retain mail
without charge. • Respectfully yourS, •
Thos. F. Cu/mints', Chemist,
831 Broadway, N. Y.
A CARD TO INVAJIDS. A Clergyman,
while residing in South America as a mission
ary, discovered a safe and simple remedy for
the cure of Nervous Weakness, Early Decay,
Diseases of the Urinary and Seminal Organs,
and the whole train of disorders brought on
by baneful and vicious habits. Great num
bers have been already cured by this noble
remedy. Prompted by a desire to benefit the
afflicted and unfortunate, I will send the re
cipe for-preparing and using this medicine, in
a sealed envelope, to any one who needs it,
Free of Charge,
Please enclose a post-paid envelope, addres
sed to youiself.
Jos. T. INMAN,
STATION D, HOUSE, New York City
1) ^ INFORM:IT/ON FREE ! —TO Nerroms:
SulTerers.—A. gentleman, cured of nervous dee
incompetency, premature decay, and
youthful mem, actuated by a desire to benefit
others, will be happy to furnish to all who
need it, (free of charge) the receipt and di
rvctions for making the simple remedy used in
his case. Sufferers wishing to profit by the
advertiser's bad experience, and possess a sure
and valuable remedy, can do so by addressing
him at once at his place of business. The re
ceipt and fall inforitathrof vital 'import
anre—will be cheerfully sent by return mail.
J .11N B. OGDEN,
No. 60 Nassau-st., New-York.
P. S.---Nervous sufferers of both sexes will
find this information invaluable. 3m
IF You WA NT TO KNOW a little of every
thing relating to the human system, male and
female ; the causes and treatment of diseases;
the marriage customs of the world ; how to
marry well, and a thousand other things never
published before. read the revised and enlarged
edition of " MEDICAL COMMON SENsE," a
curious.book for curious people, and a good
book for every one. It contains 400 pages, 100
illustratiofis. Price, 050. Contents table
sent free to any address. Books may be had
at the book stores, or will be sent by mail,
post paid, on receipt of price; Address,
E. It. FOOTE, PoI: D., 1130 Broadway,• N. Y.
OLD EYES MADE NEW.—A paripphlet di
•reeting how to speedily restore sigA r t and give
up spectacles, without aid of thictor or medi
cine. Sent by mad, freC, on, receipt of TEN
cents. Address, E. B. FOOTE, M. D
feb4-6m] 1130 Broadway, N. Y. •
St:' WursKEris !—ThoSe wishing a fine set
of Whiskers, a nice Alrustache, or a beauti
ful head of glossy Hair, will please read the
Card'ofTHos. F. CHAPMAN, in this paper.
LI N DNESS, DEAFNESS and CAA.
Btreated with the utmost success, by DR.
J. ISAACS, Dentist ats Aurist, (formerly of
Leydon, aolland,) N 0.019 PINE street, OAR
adelphia. Testimonials from the most
hie sources in the City and Country cai:ibe
seen at his office. The . medical faculty are
invited to accompiny their patients, adlt i as
no secrets in, Ins practice. MITI L
EYES, ;inserted without Jrain. No &s he
made.for examination. [jan. 20151:
LETTERS ,R EM. AI N I NG,..unclaiine4,the
Post Office at Marietta, Pa., THURSDAY,
lllAudH 23, 1b65.
Baker, Mrs. C:" • McFee, Alex.
Bell, Miss S. ;T.'2 Miller,
Chahers, F.Nebe, Valentine
Diginan, Margaret Pendle, John
Fresher, Miss R - ., Reib, Miss Sarah
Gould,,llichard Reishr Augustus
GlatteAher, Mrs. Ann Rime, Margaret
Hentzlenmn, Annie Stormer; Barbara
Hawaner, David . Stocumb,'Mr. S.
Harding, John " Strom; Mrs:
Harris, Mrs. Mary Stevens Mrs. Susan
Harris, Mrs.. Annie Thomas, Lewis
Longenecker, Eliza Wrentz, G'otleib
Leed, Peter Winters, Miss Katie
1•• To obtain any of these letters, the ap
plicant must call for "advertised letters," give
the date of this list, and pay one cent for ad
vertising. ABRAHAM CASSEL, P. M.
Our Nation's ~Pride.
Long may it wave o'er the land, of the free
and the home of the brave.
AND long merit be remembered that the
place to purchase .your choice Toilet ar
limes, is at Dr. HINKLE'S Drug Store, where
he has just opened a large assortment of the
choicest Bxtracts for the 'Handkerchief, such
as Night Blooming Cereus, Hyacinth, and the
White Pond Lily, three of the most fashiona
ble perfumes now in use. Call and examine
for yourselves. 31-lf
DR.Echternach , s Army Lotion, an infalli
ble remedy for Saddle Galls, Open Sores,
and diseases of the skin,
AT THE G OLDEN MORTAR.
BOHLEHI's long celebrated
11. D. BENJAMIN
"Coming events cast their Shadows before,'
The approaching collapse of the Rebellion
is already fully anticipated in the great
decline of merchandize.
Are now selling at
SPANGLER & RICH'S
At very greatly reduced prices. And the
styles are much prettier than any the Manu
facturers have produced since the beginning
of tlie war.
i f,you want a
First-rate Black or Fancy Silk
A neat or gay challie or De Laine
A superior Black or fancy Woolen De Laine
A tine or - medium Black or Colored Alpaca
A good Lavella, De Baige or Poplin
An Excellent Chintz or good Calico
A French, English or Shambry Gingham.
You find it at
SPANGLER & RICH'S
•'1 pring Shawls Balmorals Gloves, Ho siery
Belts and Buc'lles, Embroidered Handker
chiefs and Collars, Mourning Collars and
Veils, Head Nets and Dress Trimmings.
A full supply at
SPANGLER & RICH'S.
ASHINGTON Skeleton Skirts. The
best article of the kind made each Skirt
is guaranteed. We are Agents for the Manu
Good Style Cassimeres for Suits, Cloths, Ves
tings, Jeans, Cottonades, Shirting Flannels,
Neck Ties, Se.,
Moslins, Tickings and Cheeks, Osnaburgs,
Drills and Flannels,. Sheetings, Diapers and
Crash, Feathers. Table and Floer Oil Cloth,
Looking 'Glasses and Blankets, Transparent
and Holland Blinds.
Wall . and Window Paper, Ingrain and Rag
Carpet; Wool and Linen Carpet Chain. A
large assortment of Boys and , Mens ,fiats and
Caps. Common and Fine •Glass Ware, Fine
Granite Dinner Sets.
Sugar Syrup. Teas New. Macke.ral in all
Sized packages Sugar cured, Hams and Dried
Beef, Salt, Rice Spices &c. All at the lowest
SPANGLER. 8t RICH
In Patent Medicines, Hair Stain,
Perfumery, Fancy Soaps, Extracts, 15-c
Hamilton's Flair Stain,
Samberg Medicated Wit e,
Mason's Cough Candy,
Richardson's nit Drops,
Pipes, Segars, Tybacco,
Paper and Envelopes,
25 lice white and'Bulf Envelopes for 10 cents,
Letter and Note Paper one cent a sheet
Combs, Brushes, Lead Pencils,'
Violin Strings, Bridges,
Clocks and Watches for sale and Repaired.
Don't mistake the place, opposite the Post
Office, and next door to Dr: Hinkle's Drug
Store. HENRY WOLFE, Agt.
11:, - We will :ell you any thing in our line
25 per cent less than you can buy it at any
other place in the county.
Marietta, March 18, 1865. 32-3m*
Estate of Samuel Collins, late of the
Borough of Marietta, deceased.
Letters of administration on said estate hay
ing been granted to the undersigned, all per
sons indebted thereto are requested to make
immediate settlement, and those hailing claims
or demands against the same will present them
without delay for settlement to the undersign
ed. residing in the Borough of Marietta. -- -
Marietta, March 11, 1865. 31-6 t
Estate of Joshua Smith E. Brown late of
the Borough of Marietta decaased.
Letters of administration on said estate hay
ing been granted to the undersigned, all per
sons indebted thereto are requested to make
immediate settlement, and those having clainis
or demands against the same will present them
without delay fur settleinent to the undersign
ed, residing in said Borough of Marietta.
Marietta, March 17, 1865.
LEVI FILE, : '
Upper Railroad ~§tatibn, Marietta, Pa,
AVING permanently established him
self in the BMITHING business at the
old established stand near Houseal's Hotel, at
the Upper Railroad Station Depot, where he
is prepared to do everything in his line—ex
cept the Shoeing of Horses—in a superior and
Especial attention paid to Coach work.
Being determined to turn out none , but the
best work at reasonable prices, he hopes to
merit and receive a share of public favor.
Marietta, March 11 1865. ' 81-tf
S ELECT HIGH SCHOOL
A School for pupils of advanced and second
ary grades will be opened in the
High School Building,
ON MONDAY THE 10th or APRIL NEXT.
Every effort will be made to make it a first
class school, worthy of the patronage it seeks.
Terms, per quarter,-$5 to $7, per pupil.
For further particulars address the Principal.
T. F. HOFFMELER,
Principal, Marietta High School.
February 4, 1865.
Boot and Shoe Manufacturer,
MARKET STREET, MARIETTAiXEN.N.
Would most respecttully inform the citizens
of this Borough and neighborhood that he has
the rargest assortment of City made work in
his line of business in this Bormigh;rind be
ing a practical BOOT AND SHOE
himself,is enablea to select with more judgment
than those who are not. He continues to man
ufacture in the very best manner everything
in the BOOT AND SHOE LINE, which he
will 'warrant for neatness and good fit.•
P - Call and examine his , stock before pur
S.. 0. qtykei-, .
.Stribintx an Conin2anttr.
WOULD most respectfully take this means of
informing his friends and the public generally
that he has commenced the drawing of
and in fact everything in the CONVEYANCING
dine. Having 'gratuitous intercourse with a
member of the Lancaster Bar, will enable him
execute instruments of writing with, accuracy.-
311 - He can be found at the office of " TILE
MARIETTIAN? On Front street, Or at his res
idence on Market street, g a square west of the
" Donegal House," Marietta.
113 - Slank Deeds, Mortgages, Judgments and
Leases always on hand and for sale.
LAST NOTICE. All persons indebted to
the subscriber, are requested to settle
their accounts, on, or before the Ist day of
Agin next. J. R. DIFFENBACK.
20 EMPTY LIQUOR BARRELS,.
For Sale. Inquire of
FL. BAKER, Plain and Fancy Job Prim;
, ter . and Conveyancer. 9fsce at , °G 'the
Martettisn," Front otreet.
RO WNIN G'S Excelsior Co.tr-ec.
Whilst trying Coffee of all the varioosbrands.
Remember "BROWNING'S EXCELSIOR"
—at the head it stands.
Trite, it's not. like others that are "SOLD
A little stretch, we all do bnow, good goods
will easily hear,
( But a stretch like this—"sold everywhere"—
is very apt to tear. )
Now, I can safely say, without any hesitation.
There's none like "BROWNING'S EXCEL-
SI 0 S." in this enlightened nation.
Skilled chemists have not found a Cotfee from
Possessing the same ingredients as "Brown
nor is there any one, in or out of the Coffee
Who knows theartielcs from which "Brown-
ing's Excelsior's" made.
I'm told It's made from barley, rye, wheat,
beans, and peas ;
Name a thousand other things—but the
RIGHT ONE if yon pleasdt
Bit with the Coffee-men 1 will not hold con-
For the many, many things tliey say—too nn-
merous to mention.
Whilst they're engaged in running round from
• stole to store
To learn the current wholesale price of
Some who know my Coffee gives perfect sat
Ilave'formed a plan by which they hope to
cause u quick reaction.
The case—'tis with a few ; no doubt 'twill be
To name their Coffee after mine,-(BROWN
-ING'S) EXCELSIOR." '
Some say their's the - ivirly - bran I , 4lrat
stand a ready test.
Now, try a little 01 them all—See Which you
like the best.
Three years , have passed away since I first
sold a store;
Never have I in yourpriper advertised before ;
Nor would I now, or ever consent to publish
If like Some used 'by "everybody," "sold
.everywhere," in "every store."
A trade like this Ido 'not wish ; the orders I
could not All ; •
The factory all Jersey's llnd would take—
leave not a foot to till. ;
My trade is not so very large; still I think I
• hate my share ;
But, reader, Yoh. May rest assured, 'tis NOT
"SOLI)EVF.ILYWH ESE." . • •
Manufactured and for Sale by the writer,
GEORGE L. BROWNING,
No. 20 Market street Camden, New Jersey.-
This coffee is not composed of poisonous
drugs it contains nothing deleterious ; many
persons use this Coffee that cannot use the
pure corilee ; it takes hut one and a half ounces
to make a quart Of. good strong cone, .that
being just one-half the quantity it takes of
Java Coffee, and always less than half the
RETAIL DEALERS_ may purchase it in
less quantities than ten gross at my prices
from the Wholesale Grocers.
ia-,Orders by mail from Wholesale Dealers
promptly attended to. . • [28.3m
. CHEMICAL COMPANY'S
TIM FERTILIZERS prepared by the Ag
ricultural Chemical Company, [ a:Foto
pany chartered by the legislature of Fennsyl7
vania with a capital of $250,000,] have..been
proved in practice to be the cheapest, most
profitable and best, for the Farmer, Gardener
and Fruit Grower, of all concentrated ma=
nures now offered in any market. The Com
pany's list embraces the following :
PABU LIME. This Fertilizer is composed
et night soil and the fertilizing elements of
untie combined, chemically and mechanically.
with other valuable fertilizing agents and ab
It is reduced to a p'ulverized condition, rea
dy for immediate use, and without loss of its
highly nitroorious fertilizing properties.
Its universal application to all crops aid'
soils, and its durability and active qualities,
are well known to be - all that agriculturists
can disire. VIIICE $3O Pr..a.
CHEIVIICAL'COMPOST. This Fertilizer
is largely -composed of animal matter,
such as meat,,bone, fish, leather, hair r and
wool, together with chemicals and inorganic
fertilizers, vvhici. decompose the mass, and re:-
tali' the nitrogedous elements..
It is a very, valuable fertilizer for field crops
generally, and especially for potatoes, and
Its excellent qualities, strength and cheap 7
ness, have made it very popular With all who
have used it. price, 4t) rzn Tea.
COMPOSITE FERTILIZER. This high ,
ly phOsphatic fertilizer, is particularly
adapted for the cultivation of Trees, Fruits,
Lawns and Flowers. It will promote a
very vigorous and healthy growth of wood and
fruit, and largely increase the quantity and
perfect the maturity of the fruit. For hot
house and household plants and flowers, it
will be found an indiipensable article to se—
cure, their greatest perfection. It will prevent
and cure diseased conditions of the peach and
grape, and is a ekcellent for grass and lawns. '
itis composed of such elements as make it
adapted to the : growth of all kinds of crops in
all kinds of toils.
The formula or method of combining its
constituent fertilizing: ingredients have re
ceived the highest approval . of eminent chem
ists and scientific agriculturists. Price, $5O
TIHOSPHATE OF LIME. The Agricultu
rat Chemical Company manufacture a
Phosphate of Limc in accordance with a new
and valuable formula, by which a very supe
riorarticle is produced, so far as to be afforded
at a less price than other manufacturers charge.
Practical tests have proved that its value, as a
fertilizer, is equal to the best Phosphate of
Lime in the market. Price $65 ?mn. Tim
D:r TERitS CASH.—AII orders of a. Ton, or
more, will be delivered at the railroad stations
and the wharves of shipment, free of cartage.
Cartage will be charged on all orders of six
barrels or less. 'One Dollar per Ton allow
ance for cartage will be made on all sales de •
livered at the werks of the Company, on Ca
AGRICULTURAL CHEMICAL CO.'S WORKS,
At Canal Wharf, on the Delaware.
Office, 413 i Arch St., Philadelphia, 'Pa.
it. ii. FITTS, General. Agent.
The CoMpany's Phamphlet circular, em
bracing full directions for using the above
Fertilizers, sent by mail free, when requested.
March 11, 1,51Z-6m]
L. BROWN & CO.,
[LATE Soma, liflowN & Co.]
BANKERS AND COLLECTORS
OF MILITARY A ND NAVAL CLAIMS,
2 PARK PLACE, NEN YORK.
corresponding house in Washington,
D. C., J. W.' Fisher Co., 478 14th
. - - - -
TTaving had three years' experience in the
IA Collection of Claims and the General
transaction of business in all Departments of
Government, we can assure our Clients and
Correspondents that all business intrusted to
us will• be vigorously and promptly attended
to. We are prepared4o make advance upon,
and negotiate the sale . of Claims, and purchase
Quartermaster's bills and checks, as well as
collect the following classes :
Pensions for Invalids, Widows, Mothers
and Orphan Children.
Bounties for Soldiers, discharged for wounds
in battle, those who have served two
years, and the heirs, of, deceased, also State
Bounty to such as are entitled.
Arrears of. Pay fa' Officers and Soldiers, and
the heirs of deceased.
Navy Prize money , for all captures.
Navy Pension, and balance of Pal.
Aocounts of discharged Officers settlted;'Ord
, mince and Clothing returns properly mane out
and 'corrected, and• clearances ottained" from
Ordnance and QUiptermaste.r's Departments.
U. S. Revenue Stanips for saleUt a discount
of 313 to 4 3 - per cent. 0132-3 m
RE CO IY LWEIRIL JELLY , tot sal
r at pit.. mitmErs..
U. S. 7-30 LOAN.
By authority of the Secretary of the Tress-
ury, the undersigned has assumed the Gerwral
Subsoriptio. Agency for the sale of United
States Treasury Notes,• tearing seven and'
three tenths per cent. interest, per annum,
known as the
These Notes are issued under date of August
Lith, 1864, and arc payable three years from
that time, in currency, or are convertible at
the option of the holder into
U. S. 5-20 Six PER CENT.
These bonds are now worth a premium of
tine per cent. including gold intetest from
Nov.; which makes the actual profit on the 7-
30 loan, at current rates, including juiciest,
about ten per cent. perdiunurn, besides , its ex-
emption from Mate and municipal taxation,
which adds from one, to three per c nt. more,
according to the rate levied on other property
The intciest is paid semi-annually by coupons
attached to each - note, which may be cut off
and sold to any bank or banker
The ieterest amounts to
One cent per day on a $5O note
Tiro cents " " " $lOO "
Ten " " " " $5OO "
20 " " " ai slooo "
$1 " " " $5OOO "
totes of all the denominations named will
be proniptly furnished upon receipt of. sub-
scriptions. This is
, The Only ..Loan in Market
now offered by the Government, and it is eon-
fidently expected that its superior advantages
will make it the
Croat Popular Loan of the People,
Less titan $200,000,000 remain unsold,
which will probably be dispOsed of within the
next GO or 90 days, when the notes will un
doubtedly command a premium, as has uni-
formly been the case on closing the subscrip-
tions to other Loans
In order that citizens of every town and
section of the country may: be afforded facili-
ties for taking the loan, the National Banks,.
State 'Banks, and Private Bankers througliout
the eonntry have generally agreed to receive
snliscript‘ons at par. 4ubscribers . will select
theii own agents, in whom they have confi-
dence,•and who only are to be responsible ,for
the delivery of tite notes for -Which they re
SUBSCRIPTION AG!NT, Philadelphia. .
Subscriptions willt'be'received by
The-First .National Bank of Marietta
Corne t r of Nori4Queeri;St., and Centre
Square, Lanca:ster, Pd. •- •
iinpricon and4wiss Watches
IN,. GOLD AND ILVER CASES.
r .j ' Clc of 3 7 F
EIGHT DAY AND 30 HOUR,
, • IN GREAT VARIETY, AND., FROM
THE REST FACTORIES.
SPECTACLES in evcr.fstyle of
frame, and;with glasiep to suit
any whiPileed artificial aid. ^We have twen
ty years experience in this business.
Spoons, Forks, Butter Knives, &c „ stamped
with our name and warranted standard.
The best platedware in the United States.
We warrant our best Table ware—Spoons,
Forks, Sie.„—to wear ten years in daily use.
Rings, Pins, Sleeve Buttons, Studs and a va
riety of every article in this line.
Hair Jewelry made to order, - Two hundredstyles, or samples, constantlypn hand.
31.3 - ' Repairing of Watches, Clocks, Specta
cles or Jewelry, done neatly and promptly.
E. J. ZAHN,
Corner North Queen Street and Centre Square,
S. S. RATHVON,
Merchant Tailor, and Clothier,
At F. J. .Kramph's,old Stand. onthe Cor
ner of North Queen and Orange
Streets, Lancaster, Penn'a.
Gft ATEFUL to the Citizens of Marietta
and vicinity, for the liberal patronage
heretofore extended, the undersigned'respect
fully solicits a continuance of the same, as
suring them, that under all circumstances, no
efforts will be spared in renderings satisfactory
equiValent for every act of confidence reposed.
CLOTHS, CASSIHERES N D VESTINGS, and
such other seasonable material as fashion and
the market furnishes, constantly kept on hand
and manufactured to order, promptly, and rea
sonably, as taste or style may suggest.
ALSO HEADY-MADE CLOTHING,
Gentlemen's Furnishing Gooods
and such articles as usually belong to a Met
chant Tailoring and Clothing establishment.
1865. PHILADEAPHIA 11865
j Paper Hangings. .
H OWELL & BOURKE,'-• . , •
AND WINDOW CURTAIN PAPERS,
Corner Fourth and Market streets,
11•Jk. fine stock of LINEN . SHADE§ coil
stantly on hand.
DR. J. Z. HOFFER,
THE BALTIMORE COLLEGE
Wawa OF DENTAL SURGERY,
LATE OF HA:RRISBURG.
OF F I CE:—Front street, next door to R
Williams' Drug Store, between Donn
end Walnut streets, Columbia.
DR. WM. B. FAHNESTOCK,
OFFICE:—MAIN-ST., NEARLY OPPOSITE
Spangler & Patterson's Store.
' . '. .Tann 7 To 8 A. M.
OFFICE ROUES- ",.- ITo 2.;
" - - 6 To 7.P. M. .
• OR SALE. In excellent
Fallingrtop :Buggy—win 'tic 'oiaif cheap
if applied for loon.
'TOBIAS B. STElgir
AMatietta; February 18. 1565..
afb q - 0 iki:TtebeS, ietreli.p,
EMI Tiiii - - Pi Ng , iiBLLAR PLAN
The entire SWek of one Gold and Silre,.
Watch Manufactory, Two iyamex4e
Jewelry Eslahlislcttents,• One Silrer
Plating Wire-house;. One G)ld Pen
Aid Pencil Maker,
TD BE DISPOSED OP AVTIPEC 15V4PATclI
WITHOUT REGARD TO' GOST
The Goods are of fashionable styles
most excellent workmanship, add are sacrifi
ced in' this - manner to relieve the propri4elors
from einbarrassment occasioned by a di,vtract
ing civil war. It should be prominently eta
ted, also, thaf they are mostly of
and therefore greatly - superior to the gceiti
imported front abroad and hawked about as
the cheapest ever gold. The simple duty or
imported goods and the 40 retain/it on Gold
(all foreign bills are payable in gold,) whom',
to more than the entire cost of litany of the
articles offered by us to the public. To facili
tate the sale
will be charged for any article on OUT i tA, and
this sum the purchaser need not pay until he
khottih what he re to get! This plan accords
with the method recently become so popular
for disposing of large stocks of Jewelry and
THE PLAN IS SIMPLE!
The name of each article offered for sale--
as "Gold Hunting Watch," "Gold Oval-Band
Bracelet," "Pearl Breastpin and Ear-Drops,"
"Hold Ez smelled Ring," "Silver Plated Cake
Basket," &e., is %lifted on a card and en
closed in a sealed envelope ; these envelopes
are then placed in a drawer and well mixed :
then as an order is recei v ed, with twenty-five
cents for return postage and other charges,
one of the cards or certificates is taken at
random and sent by first Mail to the customer,
who will see at once what he can get for One
Dollar. It he is pleased With his fortune he
can forward the money according to directions
on the certificate and secure the pri2e. If the
article awarded should be unsuited to the
purchaser—as fur example, a set of Pearl Ear
Drops and Breastpin to a young man who
could not wear them, and had no one to give
them to—wp will send any other article on the
catalogue of equal price which may be pre
ferred- Or if, for any reason, you choose to
venture no further, then you can let the mat
ter drop where it is and spend no more. Ex
amine carefully our Catalogue !
300 Gents' Puttnt Lever Gold Huntieg
Case. $5O to s2otl
300 Cents' Detached Later Gold Hunt
ing Case 40 175
400 Gents' Swiss Gold Hunting Case 30 100
200 Ladies' Gold and Enameled Hunt
ing Case. 30 SO
40 0 Gents' Patent Lever SilVer Hunting
Case. 30 90
400 Gents' Det. Lever Silver Hunting
Case. 30 SO
300 Gents' Detached Lever Silver Open
Face. 20 50
300 Gents" Patent Lever Silver Open
Face. 25 60
300 GeYits' Swiss Silver. 05 40
300 Diamond Rings. $4O to 120
50u Gents' Diamond Pins. 20 100
3000 Gents' California Diamond Pins. 3 15
3000 Gents' California Diamond Rings. 3 12
5000 Gents' Gold and Enameled Fob
4000 Gents' Gold Vest Chains: 5
4000 Pair Gents' Gold Sleeve Buttons 3
4000 Pair Gents' Gold & Enam. Sleeve
6000 Sets Cents' Gold Studs. 3
8000 Gents' Stone Set and Signet Rings 3
8000 Gents' Stone Set and Signet Enam.
6000 Ladies' Gold Neck Chains. 5
4000 Gold Oval-Band- Bracelets. 3
6000 Gold and Jet Bracelets. 8
5000 Gold and F.nanielekßraceleta. 8
3000 Gold Chatelain Chains. 8
5000 Pair Ladies' Gold Sleeve Buttons. 3
4000 Pair Ladies' Gold Enam. Sleeve
' Buttons. 4
8000 Solitaire Gold Brooches. 3
6000 Coral, Opal and Emerald Brooches 3
500 Gold Cameo and Pearl Ear-Drops 3
7000 Mosaic, Jet, Lava & Florentine Ear
5000 Gold Thimbles.
10000 Coral, Opal and Emerald Ear
10000 Miniature Lockets. 4
100(10 Miniature Lockets-magic spring 8
10000 Plain Gold. Rings. 4
10000 Sets Ladies' Jewelry, Gold & Jet &
10000 Sets Ladies' Jewelry, Cameo, Pearl
&c., 5 20
10000 Ladies' Gilt and Jet Bracelets. 4 17
10000 Ladies' Gilt & Jet Hat Suppor
ters. 2 1 - 2
SILVER PLATED WARE.
0000 Pair Napkin Biligs
2000 Card Baskets.
3000 'Cake Baskets.
4000 Castor Frames—complete with bot-
2000 Ice Pitchers.
6000 Pair Butter Knives
5000 Soup, Oyster and Gravy Ladles. 2 S
1000 Engraved Pie Knives. 3. 6
8000 Dozen Tea Spoons. per doz. 5 15'
6000 Dozen Table Spoons. per doz. 8' 24
6000 Dozen Dessert Forks. per doz. 7 23 ,
6000 Dozen Table Forks. per doz. 8 30
GOLD PENS AND PENCILS.
12000 Gold Pens, Silver Exiention Hol
ders, $8 la slo'
12000 Gold Pens, Silver Mounted Hol-
8000 Gold Pens, Gold Mounted Hol-
6000 Gold Pens with Gold Extension
6000 Gold Pens, Gold Holders and Pen-
6000 Gold Pencils
In all cases we charge for forwarding the
Certificate, postage, and doing the business,
the sum of Twenty-fine Cents, which must be
enclosed in- the order: Five Certificates will
be sent for $1; eleven for $2 ; thirty for $Er
sixty-five for $10; one hundred for $l5:
AGENTS ARE WANTED
Throughout the Country to operate for na. A
large compensation will be paid. Send for
terms, &c enclosing stamp.
NEWBORN & CO.;
75 FULTON STREET. N. Y.
sthins I stobts
OPPOSITE HARRY WOLFE'S.
AS. the season for Stoves is fast approaching
I would call the atteritkar of all wishing
- Parlor or Cooking Staves ;
to my large and well selected stock, which em
braces the best and most desirable Stoves that
the Eastean markets afford, arid which were
purchased early, which will enable me to dis
pose of them advantageously to buyers.
Among ,the leading Parlor and Cook Stoves
Parlor Stoves. Cooking Stoves
Meteor Gas Ramer, f Galleo, •
Columbia do Royal,
'Oval do. do Waverly,
Trope. Egg, Charm,
Monitor,/ Summer Rose,
Also, the Ville= and Sanford's Heaters, a
very desirable article for heating two or foul
rooms with very little, if any, more fuel than
an ordiuery parlor stove would consume.
Rangea ter cooking, constantly on hand, al r
of, whii.cti. will be sold on reasonable terms.
• 11••:call and examine before purchasiu.
elseWh ere. '
-IMF: RIC N MA .N UP.A(TURE
REMEMBER THE PLAN!
are the following:
$2 to 20