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SATURDAY, APRIL 15, 1.855
0- Our town illumination and cele
bration ir c ommemoration of the taking
of Richmond and the surrender of Lee,
which took place on Wednesday evening
a grand affair, notwith
etaniliogthe rainy weather. The Mount
Joy Baad, the members of which are all
members of our Union League, "did the
rosin," for the occasion. The proces
sion was formed at the Union League
gall, under the Nlarshalship of Lieuten
ant Abraham Cassel, late of the 107th
P, IT. and preceded by the Band, march
ed through our principal streets--nearly
every house in the more thickly built
sections being nicely illuminated ;
amongst the more tastefully arranged on
Market street we may mention Dr.
Hinkle's, Col. W. H. Eagle's, Mrs. Re
becca Spangler's, J. R. Diffenbach's
James Wilson's, but in fact so many
wore brilliantly lit up that it Would be
impossible to mention all. At a late
hour, it having become known that Col.
S. B. Thomas, Deputy Secretary of the
Commonwealth, was on a visit to Col.
Eagle, the band, followed by quite a
large crowd, proceeded to the residence
of the latter gentleman and serenaded
and loudly called for Cot. Thomas, who
appeared at the hall door, and in a few
and well-timed remarks, entertained his
listeners for a short time, after which
the gay and highly entertained crowd
dispersed, well pleased with Grant, Col.
Thomas, themselves and "the rest of
a This afternoon (Saturday) will
be the last opportunity to take any of
the Borough Loan, as the tax will soon
be levied on the remaining indebtedness
of the Borough. We cannot see why
property holders in the Borough, with
money to lend , do not embrace this op
portunity to secure a good and paying
investment and thus reduce their taxes.
We understand that we were in error in
nur last in charging a copperhead with
peddling funds into the township for in
vestment, whilst so inviting an opportu
nity offered in town ; we are assured
"by one who ought to know," that it
was, as our informant tartly said "ped
dled by a woolly head." The fact is,
wytwithstancling this correction, that
the funds belonged to a very strong cop
perhead family, and sought an invest
ment where it woe not wanted and re-
I 'need it where it was, fearing, no doubt,
, that a general reduction of the Borough
tao: filidit follow lending at home. One
comolation is that the lenders will have
a portion of , the facreased Borough tax
to pay, havingeonsiderable town proper
.ty to pay tax on.
tom' The Ladies' Patriotic Circle of
our plare, sent a box of hospital stores
to the I Sanitary Commission, on
the 7th instant, containing the following
Icicles: From the Circle, 30 Shirts,
/8 pairs Drawers, 21 Ilhndkerchiefs,
3'illow Case, 6 pairs Shoes, 3 Towels, 1
„,rta.sling, 2 rolls Muslin, 2L House
'wives, 1 Dressing-gown and 2 Spreads.
Prom Mrs. J. Ferree, a large package
of papers; Misses Ella and Ida: Benja
min, 4 II onse-wives ; Miss Ella Benja
min, 2 pamphlets ; Miss Emma Rudisill,
I pair Socks, package of Dried Apples,
papers; Mrs. J. Longenecker, 2 pairs
itirA Fair and Festival, under the au
spices of the ladies, for the benefit of the
Presbyterian church, wilt be held in the
town hall, commencing on Monday eve
ring, and be continued oa the afternoons
land evenings of Tuesday, Wednesday
tad Thursday. Admittance only TEN
ieats. In so good a cause all should be
`willing to contribute a little.
Ilar We would refer our readers to
the several Oil company advertisements
in our columns this week. From the
strong array of names presented as offi
cere, we have no doubt they are all com
panies of character. It will be observed
that our townsman, Col. W. H. Eagle,
is president of two of the companies
and vice president of the third.
or A crowd of job work and a num
ber• of advertisements this week, have
compelled us to neglect the news de
partment of our paper. Several adver
tisements intended for this week's paper
have been unavoidably laid over until
sir We present on our first page,
another of Capt. RATBVON'S "Local
Military RI 3 MiCtiSCUICOB." We know
they are interestin g to a great many of
our "old residenters" and many of our
likr Our townsman, George H. Ettla,
has accepted the Captaincy of Company
B. Ninth Union League Regiment, or
215th Pennsylvaniu - Volunteers. He
has already left for camp.
ler Our friend Middleton Whitehill,
has Opened a tastefully arranged restau
rant in the Donegal House, entrance
from Gay Street. Mid. will make an
Th e.busquehanna is still in fine
running order, but very littleooming in
Dr. P. Hinkle has just received a
aew lot of fancy and toilet articles.
On Thursday evening last, the 13th, by Rev
G. M. Clawges, Mr. Jolts CounLE, to Mrs
RACHEL SSIELTZER, of Marietta.
On Sunday last, April ath, HARRIET, wife of
Franklin Deitrieh, and daughter of John
Peck, Sen., of this borough, aged 26 years,
7 months, 1 week and 6 days.
To CoNsumprivEs. The undersigned
having been restored to health in a few weeks,
by a very simple remedy, after having suffer
ed several years, with a severe lung 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 Corr-
STIDIPTION, ASTHMA, BRONCHITIS, COUGHS,
COLDS, &c. The only object of the advertiser
in sending tne Prescription is to benefit the
afflicted, and spread information which he
conceives to be invaluable; and he hopes ev
ery sufferer will try his remedy, as it will
cost them nothing, and may prove a blessing.
Parties wishing the prescription will please
Rev. EDWARD A. WiLsos, •
Williamsburg;Kings co. N. Y.
ifir Editor of "The Mariettian."
DEAR Sr n:—With your perniission I wish
to say to the readers of your paper that I will
send, by return mail, to all who wish it, (free)
a recipe, with full 'directions for making and
using a simple Vegetable Balm that will effec
tually remove, in tea Cays, Pimples, Blotches,
Tan, Freckles, and all impurities of the skin,
leaving the same soft, clear, smooth and beau
tiful. I will also mail free to those having
Bald Heads, or Bare Faces, simple directions
and information that will enable them to start
a full growth of luxuriant Hair, Whiskers or
a Moustache, in less than 30 days. '
All applications answered by return mail
without charge. Respectfully yours,
Thos. F. CBAPAIAN, Chemist,
30-3 ml 831 Broadway, N. Y.
A CARD TO INVAIIDS. 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. Ilhompted 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
s,d to yongself.
Jos. T. INDIAN,
STATION D, BIBLE Houpr., New York City
le 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 welt, and a thousand other things never
published before, read the revised and enlarged
edition of "MEDICAL COMMON SENSE," 11
curious book for curious people, and a good
book for every one. It contains 400 pages, 100
illustrations. Price, $1:50. 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. B. Foora,lll. D., 1130 Broadway, N. Y.
TIIE BRIDAL CFIAMBED.. — A rote of warn
ing and advice to those suffering with Seminal
Weakness, General Debility, or Premature
Decay, from whatever cause produced. Read,
ponder, and reflect I Be wise in time.
Sent FREE. to any address, for the benefit
of the afflicted. Sent by return mail. Ad
JAMES B. BUTLER,
429 Broadway, New York
OLD EYES MADE NEW.-A pamphlet di
reefing how to speedily restore sight and give
up spectacles, without aid of doctor or medi
cine. Sent by mail, free, on receipt of TEN
cents. Address, E. B. FOOTE, M. D ,
feb4-6m] 1130 Broadway, N. Y.
$E3' WHISKERS l—Those wishing a fine set
of Whiskers, a nice Moustache, or a beauti
ful head of glossy Hair, will please read the
Card of Trios. F. CHAPMAN, in this paper.
LETTERS REMAINING unclaimed in the
Post Office at Malietta, Pa., THURSDA Y 3
Arum. 13,1865. •
Bennett, George Jacent, Miss Mary
Bly m er, Jacob Lonery, William
Breaun, Henry Leicht, Jacob
Carr, Thomas McGuire, Susan
Cupit, Mr. Moriarty, John
Mittman, Miss Sarah Noel, Peter
Dolan, John Piearce, A. H.
Erstein, Felix H. 2 Patter, Robert
Harris, Mrs. Anna Theisinger, William
Harter, Jesse M. Whitcomb, John
Hentzleman, Mathias White, Martha
Indiana, Miss Sarah Yarningion, Dr. A. A.
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.
BLINDNESS, DEAFNESS and CATARRH,
treated with the utmost success, by DR.
J. ISAACS, Oculist and Aurist, (formerly of
Leydon, Holland,) N 0.519 PINE street, Phil
adelphia. Testimonials from the most relia
ble sources in the City and Country can be
seen at his office. The medical faculty are
invited to accompany their patients, as he has
no secrets in his practice.. ARTIFICIAL
EYES, inSerted without plan. No 'charge
made for examination. . [ jan. 28-Iy.
DANIEL G. BAKER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW";
OFFICE :—No. 24 NORTH DUKE STREET
opposite the Court House, where he will at
tend to the practice of his profession in all its
KANKLIN HINKLE, M. D
After an absence of nearly three years in
the Navy and Army of the United States has
returned to the Borough of Marietta and re
sumed the practice of Medicine.
Especial attention paid to Surgical cases
in which branch of his profession he has had
very considerable experience.
CHAMPAGNE and other Table Wines
guarruntes4l to be pure, and sold as low as
can be bought in Philadelphia or New-York
' H. D. licallAmirr Picot Building.
SUBSCRIPTIONS received for all the late
in Periodicals of the day.
At The Golden Mortar.
To the citizens of the Borough of Marietta;
Fellow Citizens :—We congratulate you up
on the brightening prospect of a favorable
issue, and speedy close of the rebellion. For
four years our country has been convulsed
and devastated by war, during which, the
worst passions of the human heart were de
veloped. Sundering the nearest ties of kin
dred and creating deadly enmity where confi
ding friendship before existed. The vicissi
tudes of the war naturaly created conflicting
opinions upon the most practicable mode of re
storing peace to the country, Much as men
may have differed upon the cause of the war
and the measures adopted to crush the rebel
lion, it behooves us all to acknowledge the
iivine guidance through this terrible conflict,
and also to co-operate heartily in the best
means of liquidating theclaims that the ne
cessities of the war has created.
Your corporate authorities, our predecessors,
have patriotically labored to furnish the men
and means required to fill the demands of the
National Government, and have thereby in
curred a War Debt of nearly Twenty Thous
and Dollars, chiefly on loans at a period not
exceeding ninety days. We would ask your
careful consideration of the facts we present
in favor of converting this indebtedness into
a loan running from one to five years. Il
raised by immediate taxation, the tax of this
year will be eight times as great as the Borough
Tax has heretofore beer, ; thus the citizens
whose tax has heretofore been ten dollars will
have eighty dollars of Borough Tax to pay
before the 15th of May next,butby furnishing
money on Borough Bonds this indebtedness
can be paid off so gradually that it will
scarcely be felt by even the heaviest tax payer.
The collection of the tax will then be made
when the country is at peace, and we will .be
free from the numerous calls for money that
war now creates; the tax will then reach
many who new from minority, are exempt
from taxation, but who, in the enjoyment of
the blessings of peace, should be required tq
pay a portion of war debt.
The real estate of the Bbrough is legally
held for this debt, and as the uwnership there
of is undergoing frequent changes, it is not
probable, by cleating the proposed loan, that
the present owners may ever have much of
the debt to pay.
The'loan will be issued in Bonds of from
$5O to $lOOO, with coupons attached, bearing
6 per cent, interest, payable semi-annually,
which being exempt from all taxes, makes the
interest equal to 7 per centum. These bonds
are a lien on all the real estate of the Borough.
We believe you will therefore see that it is
your interest to aid, so far as you can, in con
verting this loan into bonds, by subscribing
for as much of it as you can afford to.
The Nubseription Books are now open at
The First National Bank, and will be left
there until the Fifteenth day of April, when
if the loan is not taken, immediate taxation
will have to be resorted to.
THOMAS STENCE, Chief Burgess
JOHN JAY LIBHART,
GEO. A. MAYLING,
AARON H. SUMMY, .
HIRAM D. BENJAMIN,
•fl' The following, portion or extract of the
Special Law for the Borough, relates to the
payment of Bounties, &c.
Section 2.—That the Burgess and Town
Council of the Borough of Marietta are hereby
authorized and required to levy such taxes as
may be necessary - to meet the, payment of all
such bonds or indebtedness as shall become
due, [which tax shall be independent of those
assessed.] in the same manner, include' the
same subjects of taxation, be accounted for in
the same way and collected and disbursed as
other borough taxes and moneys are."
LANCASTER AND VENANGO
OEGANIZED AND CHARTERED
UNDER THE GENERAL MINING LAW
Approved July 13th, 1563.
NUMBER OF SHARES • r ) 00.000
PAR VALUE, $1 PER SHARE.
SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, $1 PER SHARE.
WORKING CAPITAL, 50,000 SHARES.
WORKING FUND, $50,000.
OFFICERS OF THE COMPANY: .
Colonel WILLIAM H. EAGLE, Marietta.
Colonel S. B. THOMAS, Harrisburg.
Cashier of First National Bank, Marietta.
AND. M. FRANTZ, Lancaster.
W. H. Eagle, Marietta,
Thomas Grieves, Lancaster,
Thomas W. Morley, Harrisburg,
A. D. Campbell, Lancaster,
C. N. Haldeman, West Hempfield,
Henry Landis, M. D. Marietta,
W. C. Talley, Media,
F. J. Herr, Strasburg,
James L. Shultz, Marietta,
David Roth, Marietta,
B. M. Stauffer, Msnheim.
Lancaster and Venango Mutual Petro
The ploperty of the Lancaster and Venan
go Mutual Petroleum Association consists of
Ninety• One Acres of Land, in fee simple, sit
uated on the eastern bank of Big Sandy Creek,
and on either side of Stony Run, which flows
through the ; ruiddle of it, in French Creek
township, Venango county. It presents a
large proportion of boring ground, amounting
to at least sixty acres.
Part of the land is covered with fine oak
timber, well calculated for the manufacture of
coal oil barrels, this alone is of great value in
that locality where thousands of barrels are
wanted daily to hold the rich products of sur
It is evident also that large deposits of bitu
minous coal exist in the elevated portions of
this tract; they are, however, undeveloped.
Within one mile east and west coal mines are
worked on an extensive scale.
It is the determination of this company to
fully develop their whole territory. Subsea •
hers to stock can feel satisfied that no effort
will be spared on the part of the officers and
managers to bring out the oil, which must be
within reach of faithful labor. We invite a
careful examination of our prospectus by all.
We have every confidence in our oil prospects,
and every assurance that the stock of the com
pany will soon advance in price.
There are now only 50,000 shares of the
stock of this compan) offered for sale, the
rest is all taken.
li-1" Office of the Company at No. 21 North
Duke street, Lancaster city.
AND. M. FRAN TZ,
April 15-4t] Secretary.
Xx 7 ASHINGTON Skeleton Skirts. The
V V best article of the kind made each Skirt
is guaranteed. We are Agents for the Manu
Good Style CaKaitheres for Suits, Cloths, Ves
tinge, Jeans, Cottonades, Shirting Flannels,
Neck Ties, 8,c.,
Muslins,Tickings and Checks, Osuaburgs,
Drills an 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 Hats and
Caps. Common and Fine Glass Ware, Fine
Granite Dinner Sets.
Sugar Syrup, Teas New Mackeral in. all
Sized packages Sugar cured Hams and Dried
Beef, Salt, R , ice Spices &c. All at the low6t
SPANGLER Sc RICH.
ST. CROIX AND NEW b:NGLAND RUM
for culinary purposes, warranted genuni-
HI D. Best.nmin.
eagle Vtitcdrunt 6ompanil
OF VENANGO COUNTY,
Chartered by the state of Penn sylyauia,
UNDER THE GENERAL MINING LAW
CAPITAL STOCK, - - - $50,000
NUMBER OF SHARES, 200,000.
Subscription Price, eents per Share,
ileSetteD Noticing 0044 80, 000
SHARES, or $20,000.
lice of the Co., Franklin, Venango Co., Pa.
COL. WILLIAM H. EAGLE,
of Lancaster County, Pa.
JAMES H. SMITH,
Franklin, Venango county
William H. Eagle, Marietta.
John J. Rowland, Media.
R. I. Sloan, Franklin,
James J. Martin, Philadelphia.
John-Helfron, Detroit, Michigan.
Edward T. Green, Trenton, N. J. 'k
Daniel Rupp, York.
Thos. G. Carroll, Baltimore, Maryland.
Abui. H. Mussleman, Marietta.
W.. H. Trump, Philadelphia.
John Bigler; Harrisburg.
J. T. Carroll, New York.
S. B. Thomas, Harrisburg.
The Prope•/y of the Eagle Petroleum
CONSISTS OF THE FOLLOWING INTERESTS
Thirty acres of land in fee simple, situated
on both sides of Smith's Run, 600 feet from
the Allegheny river, five miles south of Frank
lin, the county seat of Venango county, imme
diately adjoining the celebrated Pope Farm,
and Hoover and Marshal Wells, Organic and
Excelsior Oil Companies, and in the vicinity
of a number of other producing wells, this
property is known as the Peters Farm,
A lease on the waters of the. Big Sandy, in
French Creek township, surrounded by veins
of the best quality of coal.
Lease of one , and a-quarter acres, fronting
on the Allegheny river, adjoining the wells
of the Organic Oil Company.
Lease for 99 years of ten rods front on the
Allegheny rivet, one-third of the Oil to be
paid for royalty.
One and a-quarter acres fropting on the
Allegheny river, leased from the Organic Oil
Company, one-third royalty, and immediately
adjoining No. 4.
Lease for 99 years, one-third royalty, one
and a-quarter acres, ton rods front on the Al
leghany river, above the Excelsior Company
lands, and nearly opposite the Adamantine
It is the intention of the Company to devel
op their property completely , and to promote
the interests of their stockholders in a 'Mai
ness like manner, we are.of the opinion that
our property is equal to any:on theAllegli any,
river, and it is a well known,fact.. that 8' out
of 10 wells sunk on that river yield oil which
cannot be claimed by any, cother Section of the
country, and the oil produced is of the lubri
cating quality, the capital, of•oerCompany is
small, but large enough for all y practical pur
poses, and our working capital is as large as
Companies who represent their hundreds of
thousands, and we have coal all most in sight
whilst other Companies have great distance to
haul it, and at heavy expense.
Franklin, Venango County, Pa.
DAVID ROTH, Agent, Marietta.
T" FRANKLIN OIL AND REAL
OF VENANGO COUNTY, PA.
Chartered under the General Mining
Laws of Pennsylvania.
CAPITAL, s*o,ooo, WITH 200,000 SHARES.
Par ra/ue 4 Subscription Price, $1 per share..
20,000 Shares reserved for working capital.
President, IVM. D. H. SERRILL,
Vice President, COL. Wm. H. EAGLE
Secretary, Wilt. W. HARVEY.
Treasurer, D. R. ESREY
Wm. 9. H. Serrill, of Delaware Coenty.
John J. Rowland, " .."
Wm: Cooper Talley, " cc
David K. Ralston, cc CC
Geo: B. Stock, Venango County.
William H. Eagle, of Lancaster County.
Ralph Buckley, of Delaware County.
David Rose, jr., M. D., of Delaware CountY.
John Fox, cg LC
William 13artram, " "
David B. Cochran, of Chester County.
The property of this Company consists 0
he United States Hotel, in the town of .
FRANKLIN, the County Seat of
Venango County, the present revenue from
which, insures to the Stockholders of the Com
pany a quarterly dividend of 5 per cent.
Also, FIFTEEN ACRES OF LAND on Ni
cholson's Run, (a branch of the Big Sandy)
considered by competent persons equal to any
Oil teritory in Sandy Creek Township,
A limited number of shales are now offered
for sale at the office of the Company, No. 1136
Mark et-st., Philadelphia, or by
4t] DAVID ROTH, Marietta Pa.
LEVI H.. FILE,
$.. 4- .Z. , => , • • AND' BLACKSMITH;
Upper. Railroad Station, Marietta, Pa,
TT AVING permanently established him
-1-1 self in the SMITHING business it 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 florses—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. 31-tf
Long may it wave o'er the land of the free
and the home of the brave.
ND -long may it be remembered that the
place to purchase your choice Toilet ar
les, is at Dr. HINKLE'S Drug Store, where
he has just opened a large assortment of the
choicest extracts 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-tf
THREE or four tons excellent Timothyhay
for sale. Jo:lotto immediately of
DR. H. ,LANDIS.
T - rows PeriOdial.'Drops, , and Clark's'
j_jmale PillsOtt • • ' The Golden Afortar.Fe
VICE E,RESID ENT:
Media, Delaware County.
Our Nation's Pride.
aaillEi eilif saLz.
Gelb Ailo ehes,
ON ONE DOLLAR PLAN.
The entire stock of one Gold and Silver
Watch Manufactory, Two Immense
Jewelry Establishments., One Silver
Plating Ware-house, One Gold Pen
And Pencil Maker,
TO BE DISPOSED OF WITH DISPATCH
WITHOUT REGARD TO COST!
The Giiods are of fashionable styles and
most excellent workmanship, and are sacrifi
ced in this manner to relieve the proprietors
from embarrassment occasioned by a distract
ing civil war. It, should be prominently sta
ted, also, that they are mostly of
and therefore greatly superior to the goods
imported from abroad and hawked about as
the cheapest ever sold. The simple duty on
imported goods and the htgii premium on Gold
(all foreign bids are payable in gold,) amount
to more than the entire cost of many of the
articles offered by us to the public. To facili
tate the sale •
O,iVL Y ONE DOLLAR
will be charged for any article on our list, and
this sum the purchaser need not pay until he
knows what he zs , to' get! This plan accords
•with the method recently become so popular
for disposing of large stories of Jewelry and
si uilar productions.
THE PLAN IS SIMPLE!
The name of each article offered for sale
as "Gold Hunting Watch," "Gold Oval-Ban'
Bracelet," "Pearl BreaStpin and Ear-Drops,"
"Hold Eramelled Ring," "Silver Plated Cake
Basket," &e., is written 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 received, 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. Ii he is pleased with his fortune he
can forward the money according to directions
on the certificate l and secure the prize. - If the
article awarded should be unsuited to the
purchaser—as for 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—we will send any other article on the
eatalogue of equal price •which may be pre
farred• 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' Patait Lever Gold Hunting
Case. • $5O to $2OO
300 Gents' Detach'd Lever Gold Hunt-
ing Case \ 40 175
400 Gents' Swiss Gold Hunting Case 30 100
200 Ladies' Gold and Enameled Hunt-
iog Case., 30 SO
400 Gents' Patent Lever Silver Hunting '
Case. 30 90
400 Gents' Det. Lever Silver Hunting •
Case._ P , 30 85.
300 Gents' Detached Lever Silver Open
Face. 2o 50
300 Gents' Patent Lever Silver Open
Face:. ' 25 60
300 Gents' Swiss Silver. 18 90
300 Diamond Rings. - $4O to 120
30b 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 St Enarn: Sleeve
Buttons . 3
6000 Sets Gents' Gold Studs: - 3
SOOO Gents' Stone Set and Signet Rings 3
8000 Gents' Stone Set,and Signet Etuirn:
Rings. . 4
6000 Ladies' Gold Neck' Chains.
4000 Gold Oval-Band Bracelets. 3
6000 Gold and Jet Bracelets. S
0000 Gold and Enameled Bracelets. 8
3000 Gold Chatelain Chains. S
5000 Pair Ladies' . Gold Sleeve Buttons. 3
4000 Pair Ladies' Gold Ella n. Sleeve
SOOO Solitaire Gold Brooches. 3
6000 Coral, Opal and Emerald Brooches 3
5000 Gold Cameo and. Pearl Ear-Drops 3
7000 Mosaic; Jet, Lava & Florentine Ear
Drops. " 3
5000 Gold Thimbles. 5
10000 Coral, Opal and Emerald Ear
Drops.' , 3 ,
10000 Miniature Lockets. 4
10000 Miniature Lockets—magic spring 8'
10000 Plain Gold Rings. 4
10000 Sets Ladies' Jewelry, Gold & Jet 5
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 12
SILVER PLATED WARE
0000 Cups.' $2 to 20
8000 Goblets. 3 12
0000 Pair Napkin Rings. 2 10
2000 Card Baskets. 4 16
3000 Cake Baskets. 5. 20
4000 Castor Frames—complete with bot
tles. 5 .20
2000 Ice Pitchers. 10 20
6000 Pair*Butter Knives. 3 8
5000 Soup, Oyster and Gravy Ladles. 2 8
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 25
6000 Dozen Table Forks. per doz._ 8 30
GOLD PENS AND 'PENCILS.
2000 Gold Pens, Silver Exiention Hol
ders, $8 to $lO .
[2OOO Gold Pens, Silver Mounted Hol
8000 Gold Pens, Gold Mounted Hol
6000 Gold Pens with Gold Extension
Holders. 10 25
6000 Gold Pens, Gold Holders and Pen
cils. 10 30
6000. Gold Pencils.. 6 20
REMEMBER THE PLAN!
In all cases we charge for, forwarding the
Certificate, postage, and doing the business,
the sum of Twenty-five Cents, which must be
enclosed in the order. Five Certificates will
be sent for $1; eleven for $2; thirty for $5;
sixty-five for $10; one hundred for $l5.
AGENTS ARE WANTED
Throughout the Country to operate for us. A
large compensation will be paid. Send for
terms, &c., enclosing stamp.
NEWBORN & CO.,
75 FULTON STREET. N. Y.
T f you want a
tist-rate Black or Fancy Silk
A neat or gay challie or De Laine
A superior Black or fancy Woolen De Laine
A fine 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 will find it at
SPANGLER. & RICH'S
NOTICE.. A large lot of Square and Round
Logs have lodged on my bottom land, a
Short distance above 'Schock , s Mill, on the Sus
quehanna river, which in a shrift time will be
in my way, for ploughing. Notiee is hereby
given the owner or owners to • come forward,
prove property pay charges' and take it away,
within 20 days, otherwise it will be sold ac
cording to law. JOHN ENGLE,
Conoy Township, April 8, 1865. 3t*
Spring Shawls Balmorals Gloves Hosiery
Belts and BueNles, Embroidered,Handker
chiefs and Collars; Mourning Collars and
Veils, Head Nets and Dress Trimmings.
A full, supply at •
SPANGLER & RICH'S.
TLANDLORDS! Just received, Scotch
laid Dish WHISKIES, warran
stroll*, at IL D. 13enjamitin,s.
irr OWE & STEVEN'S Celebratecl Monty
rir, Dye Colors, *wanted to be fact, et
~re THE GOLDEN MORTAR.
1865. S P G 1865
r e-N exsa • T--19
HAIIKE, FOREMAN & CO.,
OFFER FOR SALE AT THE 'TERY
LOWEST RATE :
Shectings, Tickings, Damasks, Muslin:
Silks, Mohairs, Ckallies, DeLoins, Pop
gins, Alpacas, Chintzes, Shawls,
AND CLOAKING CLOTHS
HOOP SKIR 7S.
Meas.'s "VV - ear :
Jeans, ,Cashmeretts, Coaonades, 6-c
Also, a full line of White Goods :
HOSIERY AND NOTIONS.
and Swiss Muslins
AT REDUCED PRICES.
also, Wad ana Rttemwaiv.
WOOD AND WILLOW WAEE
Th4public are invited to give us a c ,
and examine Ole stock.
MIRE, FOREMAN Si CO.,
Marietta,lMarch 10 , 1865