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The ,Drug Store opposite the
Where Gold, Silver and Greenbacks
ARE TAKEN IN EXCHANGE
~i i <<c f s,~lLecLLcuzes,ftatic-'iar~y,
&C., AC., szc.,
Such as. Perfumed Soaps, Hair Oils, Hair
Oyes, Pomades, Tooth Soaps, Tooth
IVashes, Hair, Nail, Clothe and
Tooth Brushes, of all desciip
tions„ Extracts for the
and rnany other articles too tedious to mention
Ladie,s ,and vGents Pont illonnaes,
of every description_.
—4,L So -
Ml tiie most,„RFORr, Patent Medicines
NOUCIN U§V., SUCH AS
Ayre's•Sarsaparillai Jayne's Alterative, Ex
pectorant, and .yormifugo, Jayne's Pills_ and
Carminitive 'Balstirrii&C.; Hostetter's Bitteri,
Rol - Hand's German Bitters, Swarm's Panacea,
Worm Confections, Mrs. Winslow's Soothing.
Syrup, and in fact all the'nnist reliable'Pafent
medicine§,p,ow , ,in use. s , , • •
Fresh Coal Oil,constantly on hand„, •Az'fine
assortment of COL Oil Lamps, Shades,Ctum
neys, Also, iirticlea of nourishment? for
the sick, such as- corn. Starch, Farina, Arrow
Root, Tapioca, &c.
Spicesiotelh kinds,dCrovea;Cinri6Yon', , Alli
spice,race,..l3la,ck,i, , ,grlppr,,, AfticAn qayanue
Pepper, VreriCir Miisfara; &c.
Chemical 'Fandir.Cifristeiof Magnesia, Teed
ing Cups for the Siell„l3reast Pufrips, Nipple
ringes, Flavoring Extracts, for cooking,i&e,. !
Golden Carp, or Gold Fish with Founts,
Aquariums: 'Ad-Augments' have , also . -been
made with one of - the , best, Aviarys in-the
State,to furnish' tan ary andliocking Birds,&c.
A 10t,0.t. Family .Dye- colors of every: shade.
Free h and reliable Garden? Seeds.
A large assortment of Batas and
• S iadOrdiy;
Everything Inathe:r Stationary, mayirauch- as
Pens, Inks, Note, Tissue, Blotting and °Aker,
kind bit 2 PgridgEiriteltipes,-'Claiificid arid tither'
Quills, Sooptp4.l,.gloves for ; the ,w,ardtnbe,. and
an endless variety of &key and useful articles,
usually fohn'd/atzenelt .ektriblishtnentsZirut any'
article not on b.arid,Nr t ill_l?o,ordeyod
A nevi O .
nd playing cards, called "Union
Cards haVrinw Stars, Jelagsrand-Cregts'instead'
of Clubs, Dian - 10145,, H,earts„,B, - ..v.,,, i The,l'ape
cards are Cioddeies; instead the
Queens, Kings and Jacks. Ale is vr4beauti
fill and patriotic substitute l pr. the forgignrn
blerns and should` tie unividtgillli preferred...
Sebool Bogolq,.Copy ~gooo§latoo,arid the?
School Stationary gencrallj;and Biblos, Ste.
always , ori Yazd.'
11:3 SuDscriptipAs.foi:Alt theqllagAzines,
Sheet, Music icif All kinds twill 'be ordered
with promptness ann dispatch.
Having sbcd r reif nerVices of Mr: CHAS.
13a.vrrnrt, art expertended and competent
Pharmaceutist who will attend to carefully
compounding with accuracy and dispatch, at
all bouts. irlig,p,9ctoc himself can be consul
ted atflia Abre, unless elsewhere professionally
Being . :Fery;thankfu,l to the public for the
past patronage bestnwed upon him, will try
and endeavor to please all who may give him
a call, • •' F. HINKLE, AIL D.
Marietta, February 4, 180-tf.
110 WNING'S Excelsior Coffee
Whilst trying Coffee. of all the various brands.
Remember " BROWNING'S EXCELSIOR"
-1-. , atthe',head it stands.
not Bike others &at are "SOLD
A little stletch, we all do I,now, good goods
will easily hear,
( But a Stretdh like this—"sold everywhere"—
is very apt to tear. )
Now, I can smell-Say, without any hesitation.
° There's none like "-BROWNING'S EXCEL
SI,Q.E." ;in This. enlightened nation.
Skilled chemists have not found a Cake from.
any - store '
Possessing the. same. , ingredients. as "BroWn-
Nor itthere. 04 , otie in-o 4 out of the Coffee
trade, .• •• : •
Who knows the articles-from which- 6,13r0wn
• VS'h...xceirdorrs:') .
I'm told made 'from barley, rye, wheat,
beans, and peas
Name a thousand: :other things—but The
.ONE, if yon please.
But with the COffee-nien will not hold con-
For the many, many thinga'they . say—‘too n 0..-
merous to mention. •
Whilst they're' engaged in running round from
store to store
To learn the thirient, ' , wholesale' price of
Some who knoW my .Coilea gtves perfect sat
isfaction, , ,
Ilave formed a plan they hope to
cause a ,quiek,reaction.'•
case—'tis with a few; uo.:doubt 'twill be
more— , • •, ,
To name their Coffeeifie`i*A.ne„(sßOVSTN
lNG,S) EXCELSTOR.??, , t ~•
Some say their's the oply,lbran,l , that :wilt
stand a ready teat. .•
Now, try a little'or hem 11 whic •you
like the best. ' '
Three year; have,
t passßd swap since'l first
sold a' iifote ' ' ' • .
Never have I in year paper advertised before;)
Nor would I now, or tttPer,eoriaeut to Publish.
If like some used by "everyb.sly,..", "sold
A triuie Me tiffs I,d? the , 'ordersq'
could not fill ;
The factory all Jersey's'
Idat tZ, '
My trade is not, so ycryltirge think
Vti,Ye 'lily share • , ' , •
But, reader, rest 'aSsured; i 'tis NOT,
"SOLD EV ERTNyHE.Rt." -
illuntifac;ured,(27l4-for Salo brae writer,
• .. • .
2o - Mstyka streef,Tant`deti; ' New Jer
Thisfe6ffoi.4i - sf iltit't4triposed of'PoNflilf.ipiktK,
drugs it eontainit d'eleteitenk; %tiny ,
persons -use this Coffee ,that cannot.,
pure eilffeeti'itlakeethit'enteltitit 4 a'll4l,flmtps
to make .it qUktit - . of. geed sticidi i ehiree; ,n nac i
being just one-half the (itiqptitftlirtiiiteg"o
Java Coffee, and always less than half the
price; . ,
RETAIL DEALERS may v, , uicifftse - if.7 .1 14,,,
less quantities than ten , gross atAtiSilifiees
from the Wholesale Grocers:
i orders 'by from WlfdrehaleDepa , ifti,
promptly utten'ded:lto: • • L 2.8-301
TXTOULTY 'most iespedt ally take.
Yr this,rnotlrdof t ioforrylingithe oft
mons of 11 - arje:44 mpd public
general, aqiit .of
megsolied Linntle44.s44pw. prepaled to
,:4nant4acturc all lfintil,q ,pi •,.• . ,
in every ;a:tyle' and' variety,:a t !, shOrt,notice..
He has 'oit'hand a'lot of Furniture Of his own .
workmanship, 'kilt rival any City , .,4aq.,;
11"-'ksp . ecial ittfen.tion'paid to, repiring, •
Ile 'also ni* ; lsre*re,ii to attenil;iri
branches, ' the UNDXATAKIN:G. business, be
ing supplied 'B.iteelletit_
and small Biers; t
COI' finitte "ipti styleel-plain
or costly.' .
Ware Room and! titikinfacWy,,near Mr.
Dolly Is'new 'tnilldifigt,:Aea/AqeMPPet-4a
ion,,, Marietta, Pa: . f0et..22.
T LYONS' PURE OHIO
CATAWBA BRANDY, •
AND SPARKLING CATAWBA WINES.
EQUAL in Q. 11 A 'LIT'S( and Cheaper' in price
than the Brandies and Wines of the
For Summer Complaint, Cholera Infantum,
Bowel Complaint, Cramp, Cnlie and
A sure cure guarrantied f or the money refunded.
In support of the above 'statements, are pre
sented the Certificates of Dr. James R. Chilt
on, New-York; Dt. Hiram Cox, Chemical In
spector, Ohio; Dr; James R. Nichols, Chem
ist, Bosten; Dr. E. N. Jones, Chemical In
spector, Circleville, Ohio ; Prof. C. T. Jackson,
Chemist, Boston; Dr. Charles Upman Shep
ard, Ciiiirleston, S. C.; and J. V. Z.,BLtney,
and G. A. Mariner, Consulting Chen ist, Chi
cago, allmf whom have anylyzed the Catawba
Brandy; and commend it in the highest terms',
'for medicinal use. • ' ' • ;
Analyiii'of'the Mass. State Assayer. [1858.]
When evaporated through clean linen it lets
no oil or offensive.matter. In everyrespect
'it is spirituous llquor. The.oil which
gives tro' flits Brandy its flavor` and.aroma, is
wholly unlike full!, or grain oil: : 'lts odor par
'takes of both the fr'uit and oil of grapes. With
acids 'it 'prodtices ethers - of a 'fragrance.
The substitirtioir Of, this Brandy for 'Cognac
' 'Brandy Will' doM'Way with the 'manufacture of
proxitions' spirits, Sold Under this name both'
I I at bathe and abroad. Itespeetfull.y, ,
A. A. HAVES, hl. D., State ASsayer,
'i4l.*. SADIE; tit 1864.
I have analysed " L. Lyons' Pure Catawba
Brandy," with reference to its, composition and
chaiheter, beindth6 same iii'that prOduced in
past ears. A sample taken from ten cask.p'
afforded 'the same results with regard "to'Puri
ty ; a slightly increased amount` of the princi
ple on whiCh in flavor'depends was detarmin'- -
ed bY'comparisori with , former saMples.
The' ndieations of analysis show that thiii
Brandy' is produced by the same process as
Mos' of the imported Brandy,
A. A. MD., '
State Assayer,"l6, Ooyiest:in-st.
BosiOn, July 30, 1864 LM4s4.,
MANUFACTURED ONLY BY
[TO ivhom 'all orders 'shold be addrepsed]. 0
31rif . ' D.F.e . o . r, 91 Liberty'L St.', Na'*- York.
. . .
RE EVE S ' . i" ' ,t •
, . . Original, Genuine and
-A- z. 13 • ,
For the Growth; BeautyandPreseivation
[ENTABLISII Ell 1860.]
Frio° 7 . 5 `Gents t Per,,.4ottle,
ration; can. ex
;mph and read;
vet and one
nc h in length
Mrs. L. M. Neil—hrtir FIVE feet in length
—using tho Ambrosia IS months
MRS. WALLACE E. MAXWELL
Her hair is four feet and ten inches in length
—the result of using Reeves' Ambrosia about
These photographs taken from life, have
been awarded to extend the knowledge,of the
merits of this -wonderful'-disdovery.' klund
eds have seen these ladies and heard the fatts
from their own lips,
Mrs: Maxwell's .
New-York, December 23, I 1862.•
Knowing positively that Beeves' Ambrosia.
produced a beautiful head of hair for Mrs.
Lizzie. Shepherd, of Brooklyn, New-York, 'I
was induced, theieby, to uselt.thorolighly. I
needed somethitiglor my hair, it- being short
'and thin; had usecl.ona half-dozen bottles
'when.l could plainly notice an increase in its
length, strength.and beauty.'.An experience'
- of about two..years has.. proved •a , complete'
success. My. hail' is now, by measurement,
four feet ten inches in length, , reaching +nearly
to the floor.' L have Allowed my photograph
.to pro:claim, the merits of
. REEVES' AHBROSIA toihe. TVOALD.
1, 41 . 1'5. WALLACE E. MAXWELL. •
'Photographs -ap4,lceep for •
REEVES' AMBROSIA, " 1.
CENTS PER' BOTTLE.'
Druggists who may not have our preparation,
will send forAtiif 'applied to. ,
priutippi,Depot : 62 Fulton-st., N. Y.
~ For sale, in. Marietta by DR.IIINKLE.
JOHN BELL. Merchant Tailor,
&or. of , Ma, ket- st:, 'and Elbeiti lone; Marietta
.• , .
'''' ' RATEFUL for past favors I: would returr
4. rdy thanks to my numerousfriende and pa
-4 en aiidlinform them that I still continue the
...olii 'business at the old. stand, where. I will be
ipletised to see them at all times, and having a
I flnl aird splendid assortment of
l '.O J. .
C.I.,OTHS, CASSIMERES 4r VESTI..VGS,
twhich willhe,mSde up, to order at the shortes
noticeVY 'the fieit of workmen, and on reasomi-
Ade tertus j .l would be pleased, therefore, to wait
upon my Old mistoiners and all Who see, proper
.Ito patronize me liereafter. f 04.29-, 56.
eoltniNa Inat•anee CoS'apanp..
tapitafand Assets, $4.9,920:8'0.
IFTH ANNUAL REPORT. •
'Whole amount insured, $5;027;020 . ;68
Amt of iiremiem •
notes , $426;0 :66
hal. cash pierniutn,
Jaio 1, 1864, ' 3; 1 754:47
Castir6ceipts in `1864 - •
les's fees' and conk
'k • 22,876:56
'• • - $452,715:69
Losses and es . .penses
paid i0'1864, $2#,794:39 ' „„„
Balanee„ Capital , ' ' • .• '• •• - •
'and -Assets; Jan- •
nary' igt, 429,920:30• "
• • • '540;715:69
, 10 A.. 8. GRDEN, PansinEstr, •
OW/ROE .11(01 ING ,. Rectetury..
• IVICH-AEJ1...8. SEFUMAN,-Treasurere
4 ; l' - '132.RE0T0R134:
Rbbert 4 , ..Ryori, rSteacy ,
fJohn Fendrich, H. G. Minich; -,;
0d uel ,F Eger lein~ - IWchael - S.: SAuinan; ,
Gedrie -Yolenk fif , 4: l *VasiMc'
Edigindi Vfiefkgit Gfeen '
OlumbitOgniti6 18g5.. .26-217
p UT➢J'AIktS cLurIIES WI4NGER.
it is the only reliable self-adjusting
.., _ ____
No WOOD•WORE TO SWELL OR SPLIT
No 2humb-screws to get out of order
Warranted with or witb-out Cog-Wheels
It took the First Premium at Fifty-seven
,State and County Fairs in 1864, and is, with
out an exception, the best Wringer ever made.
Patented in the United States, England,
'Canada, and Australia- Agents wanted in
'every town.• Energetic agents can make from 3 to 10
`Dollars per day.
WHAT EVERYBODY KNOWS, viz :
That Iron well galvanized will not rust;
That a simple machine is better than a com
That .a Wringer should
durable, and efficient;
That Thumb":7SCiews, and Fastenings cause
delay and ti ouble to regulate and keep in order ;
That wood soaked in hot water will swell,
.'shrink and split;
That wood bearings for the shaft to run in
will wear out; •
That the Putnam Wringer, with or without
tog-wheels, will not tear the clothes;
That cog-wheel regulators are not essential ;
' That the Putnam Wringer has all the ad
vantages, and not one of the disadvantages
above namedgi r:."> will 01
That all'who have tested it, pronounce it
the best Wringer ever made;
That it will wring anything from a thread
to a bed quilt without alteration ;
We might fill the paper Alwith testimonials,
'hut insert only a few to convince the skepti
,cal, if s uch there beg and we Pay to all, test
Test it thoroughly with any and ALL others,
land if 1101 entirely satisfactory, return it.
Putnam Manufacturing Co :
• GENTLEMEN : I know from practical expert
-Ace that iron•ui,ellsalvaniged ; with.zinc-wiliriot
oxiiiiie" rust one' panicle.' The Putnam
'Wringer is as near perfect as possible, and I
can cheerfulty recommend it to be the best in use.
.Many years' experience in the galvanizing
basiness,enable,me to indorse the,above 4tate--1
menti iif-aliptirticistars. -I ' 4 /fi t , I
Jr.°. C. LEFTERTs,.IOO Beekman St
New York, January, 1564.
We have tested Putnam's Clothes Wringer
:by practical working, and know that it will
do. It is cheap ; it is simple ; it requires no
room, whether at work or at rest; a child can
operate it ; it does its duty thoroughly; it
time and it saves wear and tear. • We
earnestly advise all who have much washing
do, with all intelligent persons who have
any, to buy this Wringer. It will pay for it-
Self in a year at most.
Sample, Wringer seritand'expresa
receipt of price.
Manufactured and sold, wholesale and ye
ail, tby*thie.i, ,
PUTNAM MANUFACTURING CO.,
No. 13 Platt street,' New York,
Bennington, Vermont,. •i
Cleveland, Ohia. ' LMay'2B,- 9 64.. ly.
Pens to snit the hand, and prices to snit
()N receipt of
,theifollowing. sums, we will
send, by mitil„"or a / s &Acted' n Gold Pen
or Pens, selecting the same accarditr to de
Gases with Pencils. •
For $l, No. 2 Pen; for $1:25, No. 3 Pen ; for
$1:50, No. 4 Pen;. for $2.,.N0. 5 perti for,,•
$2:25, Nd " Oen.. ' •
These pens are stamped THE IMPERIAL
PEN, and,ure Well, finished and:fine _writing
GOLD PENS, with good arldum points, al
though they are unwarranted, and cannot be
OUT name ( AMERICAN GOLD PEN Co., N.
Y., ), is starnpefl . .qn all our lst Iquailty•pens,
and the Points 'are wah'rtinted Tot 'six Months,
except against accident. Cur second QUALITY
Pens, are ,starape4 THE
with the.iiiitiala drotti'llhrf It, P.' Co., )
and are carefully made, having the same
points as our first, quality. Pens, pievnly great
difference being In the quality of the Gold.
:Gold Pens, Ist and 2d quality in Sol
id Silver Extension Cases, with Pencils.
For $2:00 a No. 1 pen Ist quality, or a No. 2
:pen 2d quality.
,For $2:25 a No. 2 pen Ist quality, or a No. 3
pen 2d quality.
For $2:25 a No. 3 pen first quality, or a No. 4
pen 2d quality.
For S3:SU a No. 4 peu Ist quality, or a No.
pen 23 quality.
,For $4:50 a , No: 5 p'64'l4 - quality,.or - al'is - O. 6
;pen 2d rfualifY
For $5:50 a No. 6 pen Ist quality.
The same Gold Pens,
'Gold-Plated Ebony Desk Holder's:
and Morocco • Cases.
For $2:25 a No. 3 pen 1.4 quality, or a No. 4
pen 2d quality.
.For $2:50 n No. 4 pen Ist quality, or a No. 5
'pen 2d quality. .
For $3:.,2p a' No. 5 pen)lStiquality, or ti
pen 2d quality.
For $4:00 a No. 6 pen Ist quality. For $5:50
a NoiI:PCP4 - .No: 8:: !Phu: : Foi
$12:00 a No. 12 pen : all first quality.
Our pens rank t ,throughotit t the: r country as
eqbal if not superior to'llay'gold"pens' menu
'factored. Not only for their writing qualities
put durability and elegant finish. Tlicgieat
est care is used in their manufacture, and
none are sold with the slightest imperfection
Which skill can detect.
Parties in ordering must specify the, name,
Number and quality in all' ii;Stances and
whether still' or limber, eoarse•or..fine.
' A. discount of 12 per cent. will be allowed
en , sums,of4ls, if - sent to one address, at one
time; 15 per cent. on $25; 20 per cent. on
All remittances by mail, REGISTERED, are
at our risk. To all who enclose 20 cents ex•
tra' for registering, we guarantee the safe de•
livery of the goods
Circulars of all ourmew.styles,,with "gngra
tings of exact sizes, and prices;"sent Ilion re
ceipt of stamp, if desired.. ~ Yens ile?poiqted for
50 cents, by mail(' -
STATIUNEEs aad JEWELERS are requested
'to correspond with us as we can offer them
AMERICAN GOLD ,PEN - po.,
'3m] • No. 200 Broadway, N. Y
~ AN IMPROVEII LANTERN.
, THIS is the most . itfeairable Lantern in the
.1_ market. It . . burns Coal Oil without -a
Chimney. eniitting'neither smoke nor smell.
It gives a pure white light.
It standsAu i i,ck motf,ensip.any,4riection.,
The 'lathe iSl 9 egfilated front the out6iire."
; It is neat aud i .ewpae l titt fpxtri...,sel t sife Ar
It is•fred ftotii sobihrgnlthelup)betvpartWa
ds otherwise very substantial in its structure
iP GA,. ONE ;D.OLD-Allt u
For sale at JOHN - SPAjsiGLEIVS,
Hardware Stare'oh Makk'eli•kee
4.r, rf4l - 11 ..1 'VI ? . .3
gowARIPA ,sil i , !HATTON, l aitJta.
• P ILADELPFITA, PA,
messes of the w
N ( efvps,,, ; Semirp#l, Urinary
:,siad Sexual Systems—new and reliable treat
-1 Ifient—in ,Iteneyts o ,tpe Alward AssocAatio t n.
Sent by mail) in , ikaded'llettell en3d4 apes, free
of 'charge. Address, Da. J. S.xxrairr Hounkr
• TON, HOWack#,MMipAyo.ippOyth i lSTinth
Meet, Pnliadqfpina, Pa. '..." '
, PGEIVS Celebialed•R'etirritement and
' " cil,lyiste Blacking at , ,
•• ••• , t THE Gor-DEk iltiltTgli: - " '
THE PHCENIX PECTORAL;
or, Compound Syrup of Wild Chem
WILL CURE THE DISEASES OF THE
Such as Colds, Coughs, Croup, Asthma,
Bronchitis, Catarrh, Sore „Throat,
hoarseness, Whooping Cough, 6.c.
ITS TIMELY USE WILL PREVENT
And even where this tearful disease has taken
hold it wilt afford greater . relief than any
Miss I.l."ate Vanderslice of Pottsville, says:
"I was benefited more.by using the .Phoenix
Pectoral than , any pther medicine I ever.used."
Puss iOherholtzer, of Lionville,. Chester
county, was . cured,of a cough . of many years'
standing using the Phceoix Pectoral.
; Jodeptk,Lukens, of liallstreet, Phoenixville;
certifies that he was cured of a cough of two
velir&,standing, when alL.other medicines had
failed, b;, the use of the 'Phoenix Pectoral.
Jacob /. Vowers,certnienthat he.has sold bun
dreiln Or bottles of the
,Pbcenix , Pectoral, and,
that esti who.,osed it bear testimony of its
wonderful effects in caring-cougns. , , , •
d c ,tip Boyer, editor, the ...l . ndependeig
Phcent.r, 'u.sed it, 'has •no, besitatipn
pitinouncifg i it.a. complete remedy for cough,
lloarieuesdland n irritation
,the, throat. . .
The'West Chester Jecrsonian says : "We
thave•known ;llr Oberholtzer personally, a
nin t riber.of years, and it•gives us . the,. greater
pleasure to reeommend his medicines, inas
much as Ahcopubl,ie rarely have the : benefit 4 of
family medieines j prepared by a physician of
his acquirements and experience.
Dr Obeilioltzer.is a member of the. AlUmni
of the 'Medical Pepartment of the, University
of Pennsylvania, at which institution liegrad
uated ,in, 1854." •
The Beading . Gazette . saYs: "This ,Cough
remedy is .made .by Dr. L. Oherholtzer, of
Phcenigville, Pa., and it has acquired an unt
surpassed,reputation in curing coughs. It is
carefully an d.
; prepared from Wild
Cherry ; Bark end Seneka Snake Root.",
Dr. Cep: B. Wood, Professor ,of the Practice
of Medicine; in the ll,niversity, of Pennsy
vania, Physician to the Pennsylvania Hospit
al, and ene of the authors of the United States
Dispensatory ; says of Seneka Snake ; ,Root
"Its,action isespecially directed to the langs.'" ,
The proprietor of this Medicinelias so infieli
confidence its curative 'powers, item' the-
testimony' of hundreds who have used4t, -that
the 'money will be paidback to any purchaser
who is 'not satisfied with , its effects.
JICO. W. WHEELER
It is so pleasant to - take that 'children 'cry
IteOsts'only TWENTY-FIVE CENTS.
Itii'intedded for only one class of diseases,
namely, those of the Throat and Lungs.
L Prepared only by , . •
. , LEVI 013.ERHOLTZER, M. D.,
• Phmnixville, Pa.
Sold by all priiggists and Storekeepers.
JOI3NSTON, DOL LO WAY St : CO W DEN,
No. 23' Mirth Sixth Sztreet, Philadelphia,
— . General Wholesale AgtntS;
N.'l3.—ff your nearest druggist item
keepei: does not keep this medminedo not let
Mai mil you off with 'some other
. ` medicine,
because he makes more money-omit, but sou p .
at once to One of the agents for it, f3lll
Far.sateln Marietta by Landis & Trout
and Jay Libhait. •
, CIIBMICAL COMPANY'S
HE FERTILIZERS prepstred by the Ag-,
sricultUral Chemical Company, a com
pany.chartered hy,the legislature of ik.ennsyl
-itania with a capital of $250,000,] have been
proyeA in practice to be the cheapest,. most
profitable and best, for the Farmer,. Gardener
And Fruit Grower, 01 all concentrated
nures now offered in - any market.. The,Com
patty's list embraces the., folldWing
IDA BULETTE. • This Fertilizer is composed
I - of night soil_ and the fertilizing elements of
urine combined, chemically and mechanically .
with other, valuable fertilizing agents and ab
it is reduced.to, a pulve:tized. condition, rea-
Ay, for immediate use, and without loss of its
highly nitrogenous fertilizing prOperties. •
Its universal application to t crops and
soils, and its durability and .active qualities,
are well known .to be all that agriculturists
can dialie. Parce,s3o PER TOlf.
CIHEMICAL COMPOST. This Fertilizer
j is • largely .6omp'osed. ; of •ardent matt*,
such as meat, bones ilah.:leather, hair , ane
wool, together with ehe,rnic,s,ls, and inorganic
fertilizers; - Whieh , deCorOPose"theMiais, and're
tiin the nitrogenous , elements.
his a very,.valuable- fertilizefforifiekd crops
generallY, and especially for,, potatoes, and
Its excellent qualities, strength and 'cheap
ness, have made it vcry popular with all, who
have used it. • Price, $4O PER Torr. '
OMPOSPRE • FERTILIZEIt: This high
ly phosphatic fdrtilizer,"'is particulurly
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 hOnsehold -plants and 'flowers, it
iyill be found an indispensable article to se—
their greatest, perfection. It will prevent
and epic diseased conditions of the iMacli and
grape, and is excellent for grass•and lawns.
it is comp osed , of auch; elements as make it
adapted to the growthmf all kinds of crops in
'all kinds of soils.. .
in, Solid Silver
The formula Or niethod combining its
constituent' fertilizing ingredients. 'have re--
ceived the highest approval of eminent chem
ists and scienti c-
agriculturists. , Price
PHOSPHATE OP LIME. The Agricultu,
ral Chemical Company manufacture '4
Phosphate of Limc iwacconlance - with a new'
and valuable formula, by Which a very suPe
rim' article is produced, so far . as to be afforded'
at a less price than other munufacturer.s charge.
Practical tests have proved that its value, its a
fertilizer, is equal to the best Phosphate of
Lime in themarket. price $65 PER: I,UN.
TE.RDLS CASH.—AII orders of a Ton, or
more, will be delivered at the'r ailroad - stations
and the wharves of shintrient,Tree•of cartage.
Cartage w.lll be charged - elf all orders of six
barrels.onless. One Dollar Torralle* ,
ance for cartage will, be made on all.sales de
livered at the wells of the'''Conipaiiy, on Ca
nal Wharf. ; - • I '
AGRICTATURAL CCi:'S 'WORRS;
At:Cariat'Wharf, on the Dela Ware..
OPT, 413 i ifich St., Philadelphia,
R. B..F.T.TTS, General'. Agent.
The Conipan - soe Phamphlet Circular, em
bracing •full ' directions for - using the above
Fertilizers, sent by mail free, when requested.
March 11, 1865-Gm]
WOULD most respectfully take this means of
inforkihg his friends andthe public generally:
that he has commenced the drawing of
' t JUD,tMEYhTS,,
and in Aist..everything;in the,donVEYA.NPI,NO .
Tine. ; paving gratuitous ; intercourse with
member of the Lancaster Bar,,he will,be.ena
bledj oexecute.legal instruments _of writing.
l He can be found at.the <ace of "Ta,in
MAlllE:rue ti - ,'?—'. , Limisaps Building," .(fiec. -,
and Aner), near :the Bost Wine corner, or„ at;
his residence on IVJArket street, half. square_
west i gf ;the s g.l/pnegal, Jgouse,??
i 1 ,l)lankpeedj,Aflortgages,,Jmlginents :and
Leases al s ways on hand and Tor sale. _ .
ble remedy i cor 4e;do,le4iille;OxibliBoree,
and; diegiiike,plthe skin,4,,
',4Y,THE GOLDEN MOE 7,41:
- - --
acid Seneka Snake Root,
IVPSES & LIQUORS.
H. D. 13ENJAATIN,
DE.I./ ER IN
WINES & LIQUORS,
Picot Building, Marietta, Pa.
- D EGS leave to inform the public that he
1 . ) will continue the WIN E & LIQUOR busi
ness, in all its branches. Ha will constantly
keep on hand all kinds of
Brandies, Wines, Gins, Irish and Scotch
Whiskey, Cordials, Bitters,
Justly Celebiated Rose Whisky,
ALWAYS ON HAND.
A very surerior OLD RYE WHISKEY
ust received, whichis warranted pure.
Irr All H. D. B. now asks of the public
i 8 a careful examination of his stock and pri
ces, which will, he is confident, result in Ho'
tel keepers and others finding. it. to theirad
vantage to make their purchases from im
S. S: RATHVON,
Merchant Tailor,• and Clothier,
At F. 1. - B:7;a7nples,Old Stand, on the Cor
Ner of North = Queen and Orange.
. • Streets,..Laneaster, Penn'a.
RATEFUL to the Citizens of Maiietta
1 3 and viciniti,"for - the 'liberal . patronage
I heretofore'extendedi the underbigned'reapect
fully soliekts ia ..copti.nuance, of, the, same; as
suring theiii;"that'under all circumstances, no
efforts will beSpared-in'renilering a satisfactory
(_equivalentfor eycry,at,ct of confidence reposed.
• CLoiqi`s, CAssisikaEs A N . 13 VESTINGS, and
!,such otherseaSonahle material as fashion and
the, market . furnishes , COnatantly4kept On ,hand
and manufactured ordei, promptly', and reit
-I,Bonably, as taste or Style' may'suggest - •
.O.LS 9 3 7T1NE4.9 -111 Aft.p,CLOW,I:I I PI 0,
and such articles as uSuctuir belong to a Merz
Having rirncivedlaiheaboms 'formerly ciccupit
- by pr. ~ F ,, t x..ntzebgdipiring s'p.ngler,
tgr'son's'fltdro,Mttmet Street, where he' la' now
prepared to wait on all who may feel
!:Itt '!t'lp disposed to .patronize• him.
Dentistry in all its branches ear%
tied on. TEEtH inprted on the mosfapproved
printiples "of 'Dental ,
science: All operations
on the, mouth performed ir. skillful and
worktharilike Jmanner—on fair Principles and
OR 'VERY VEiSONA BLE 'TERMS.'
Having, determined npon a ilernaanent loca
tion at this Ivutild ask a continuation
of the lit •; ronage heretofore extended
,to him', for *.hieh he ivill , rethler every posk'
ljde euusfaction. - . .
giber administered to , proper persons.
HEAP READ Y-AIA.D.; cLOTLIINGi!!!
frcirri the city with
a nicely selected lot of Ready-made Clothing, ,
which the ulidersigned is prepared to furnish at
reduced prices; haying,laid ids general assort=
ment of men and
,boys! clothing, which hdis
detdrir inea to Sell "iiaw; rose C Asti. ..HiSstiick
.consists. of, OVER7COATS, DRESS, FRoER AND ,
SACK COATS, PANTS, VESTS, PE.Ailielif.TS 3
ROUWDYOUTS, 00110 , C.' ERTIA ULS, CRA."VA.TS,
DRAWERS, SHIRTS, HOIS4Y, UNDERSHIRTS,.
GLOVES, SUSPENDERS, SC. EVOITHIHD& in the
.Furnishing . ;Cood.s Aine. Call and examine ba-.
fore purchasing elsewhere. .Everything'sold at
prides id suit the times: JOHN BELL:
.(,orner ,of. Elbow Latie•ima alfarket St
neg door to • Caysel's• Store.
Boot and .5:40' 111 - antilactu?'er„
Would. , •mbst respeCtfully inform 'the .citizens
frif . this Borough and neighborhood that he has
the largest assortment. of City made work in
`his line of business ins this limmugh, and be- . :
ing a' Practical BOOT AND SHOE MAKER *
hirritelf,is en ab le a 'to select•witb more judgment
than those:who are not.. He contitmes , to mqn-
ufacture in the very best manner everything
in the BOOT AND SHOE LINE, which he I
Call and examine his stock before pur
`basing elsewhere. , ,
Estate of Samuel Collins, late of the
Borough,of Narieita deceasid.
Letters of a,cluiinistraTtioir on said estate hav
ing been grieittedqb the Undersigned, all per
sons indebted thereto are requested to make
immediate Settlement, and those havingg-claims
or demands against the same will ptesent them
without delay for settlement to the undersign,
cd ; .residing in the Borough of Marietta.
r. Marietta, March 11, 1863. 31-6 t
Estate ofTodhma Smith, E. .11 : r.wri late,qf
the-Borough of Marietta decaased.
Letters iif administration On said estate hav
ing been granted to the undersigned, all per
sons indebted thereto are requested to make
immediate settlement, and those having claims'
or demands against the same will present . thein'
WithOuVdelsy jar settlement to the undersign
ed, residing in said Borough of Marietta.
'BARR SPA NGT.ER.
Marietta, March - 17, - 1865. -
MARIETTA MARBLE YARD.
MICHAEL GABLE, AGT
MARBLE MASON 'AND‘ STONE CUTTER,
, Opposite the Town Hall Park,
Marietta Pa. ,
THE Marble business in all its branches,
will be continued at the old place, near
the Town Hall and opposite Funk's Cross Keys
Tavel.% where, every description ~of ; roarsle
work will be kept on hand or made to prder at
short notice and at very reasonable prices.
Manetta June 29, 1861. 49-1 -
DR. J. Z. HOFFER,
-OF THE 13ALTIMORE COLLEGE
•Illiaaa* IWNTAI SURGERY,
LATE OF LIARRISI3UT-LG.
F FI CE :—Frout street, next door to R.
jr Williams' Drug Store, between Locust
end Walnut, streets, Columbia..
DR. ~WM. B. FAHNEISTOCIt,
Spangler & Patterson's Stores
FRox 7 TO 8 A. M.
,•• • .
OFFICE HOURS. .I. TO 2.
• . TO; 7 4*: - /*I. •
IFIANIEL G. BAkEit,
.21.TTORN.FY'AT' LAW, • ` 1
-• ' LANCAST-g,R, FA;
, OFFICE :—qo. 24 N0}3:1.14" DUKE STREET
Oppiiiitethe Court' HoUsei r -where he at=
.tend to 'alp., practice of his profession - In , all its
v ariuus branches. • "
VRANKLIX HINICLF4' M.' D.
After an absence - of nearly three years th'
the wavy and Ariny of the 179ited' Statosjnia
returhodlo'tlie•Borciugh of Marietta and. re'-
,eurnhirthe - ,factice of Medicine.
Eipecill a gentian, eeid to Surgival cases
in *filch tirit a neh •Rrofeiiii6ri'he lies ti'ad'
yery'cnnaiderable experience.' :-.•
CI LIAM P AGNE , and other Table Wines
tci l / 4 t e ur o r u a g oi l t2t, t p o i l N e u i r r l i a a n o tl i V e d w a - I . 3 ir tlr r: sot
UM SC R PTI ONS teceived-for thel ate'
in Periodicals . Of the - day r, pis
• 4 t tAt !The -Golden: Mortar.
.LAt-u4LOR DS Just received, Scotch
„tinclsh W H IS 4 Vtartan..,'
red pure; at H. D. Benjamain s.
PUR.F.T COD trirkieblL .J.PILY; for sale
it DA: ECINKLE'S.
ATC LIES .
Corner of Nortlt Queen-St., and Cci,tr,
Square, Lancaster, Pa,
American and Swiss Itialehes
IN GOLD AND SILVER CASES
410.‘ EIGHT DAY AND 30 HOLR ,
GREAT VARIETY, AND FRodi
THE BEST FACTORIES.
SPECTACLES in every style of
frame, and with glasses to suit
any who need artificial' aid. We have twen
ty years experience in this business.
Spoons, Forks, Butter Kniyes, &c , stampd
with our name and warranted standard.
The test platedware the. United States,
We warrant our best Table ware — Spoons,
Forks, &c.,—to wear ten years in daily use,
Rings, Pins, Sleevq , Buttons; Studs and a va
riety of every article in this line.
'Hair Jewelry made to order. Two hundred
styles,.or saraples,' constantly on hand.
tC Repairing of Watches, Clocks, Specta
cle,s'or JewelrY; done ` - neatly'itnd promptly.
• , H. 4. AHM,
Corner North - f2ueen Street and Centre Square,
• -LANCASTER, PA.
LANDIS .43, TRO GT.
laqc. l l4, .f.fromi
Landis: 4. Trout
At the "Golden Mortar,'"•
Market Street, , Marietta,
. ,3 tree t, Marietta,
Keep'constantly on hana
' `K ee p constantly on hand
•c, - 0 .. 2 dr •
• •' d
, . ~ —7l cz'
t • c . 71
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W 'EZ• t A
, Pres criptions carefully compounded
Pr.epßiptiaas carefully compounded
. : Remember the place,
• R.emember the place,
Dr. Grove's old 'Stand.
Dr: Grove's old Stand.
Give us a call
Give'us a call
sio . lltS `sloll¢S
-OPPOBiTE HARRY WOLFE'S
'AS the season for Stoves is fast approaching
1 would call the attention of all wishing
Parlor or Cooking Stoves,
to my large and well,selected stock, which em
braces the best and most desirable Stoves that
the. Eastean' markets afford, and which were
purchase 4 early, which will enable me to dis
pose of then' advantagemisly to buyers.
Among •the feadin. , 'Parlor and Cook- Stoves
are the following:
Parlor Stoves. Cooking Stoves.
Meteor Gas' BuFner,
Columbia • do 'Royal,
Oval. do do _ Waverly,
Tropic Egg, Charm,
'Monitot, -Summer Rose,
Also,lthe Vulcan 'end Sanford's Heaters, a
very delirahle article for *sting two or four
rooms with''VerY little, if iny,'more fuel than
an ondinery. parlor stove would' onsume.
IlAkugealor,cooking,, constantly on hand, all
of which sold on reasonable terms.
Fa; .Call and .exainine before purchasing
SUPPLEE: & ;BRO., c;M i
-IRON; AND ,BRASS;
And General - Machinists, Second street
'BelOzo UAion; Colionhia, Pa.
They•are prepared to make.all kinds of 'lron
Castings for Rolling Mills and Blast Furnaces,
Pipes, for Steam, Water and gas ; Columns,
Fronts,. Cellar pools, 'Weights, &c., for Buil
dings, and castings of ecyery description ;
STEAM ENGINES,AND BOILERS,
MODERN AND iir)lovEr#
Manner • Pumps ; Brick Preases, Shafting' and
Pulleys;Mill Gearing, Taps, Dies, Machinery
for Mining' and 'Tanning Brass 'Bearings,
Steam & Blast Gauges, LarbriEators, Oil Cocks,
Valves for Steam,. Gas, and Water; Brass Fit
tings in alktheir variety; Boilers, Tanks, Flues,
Heaters,. Stacka, Bogs, Nitta, Vault Doors,
' Wash - era; • . -
.BLACKSMITEING iii 'GENERAL.
From ittngpx,pertencaßhni,lding Inachinery
flatter ounsolves that we can giye general satis
faction 'to these.: wild' law YaVor us with their
, - orders., ra - WairtVitptomptik attended "to.
°tlers by mail addreaseilas abovc . ,,wil,l meet
th Fircinipt attention'. - - Piitaeo lititthe times.
, • ••' 7- SUY.FikEE2 .
T. R. SUPPLER.
Columbia, Octobdr 20, 1860. 14 tf
LEVI -H-! PHA
c oA og a.
~U pper, ..ficzt:lrßad , ,S;ation, 11194etta, Pa,
111- • ,
AVllstd permaneritly:lestabliShed him
aelf in the .SMITHLV,G pusiness at the
ol ) "estiblisted Ociiid 'near' fliihseal's Hotel, at
the-Upper ItilliVad'Aiation2 'Depot, where he
is prepared to do everything in his line—es
cept the Shoeing of florsesin a superior and
worymaplike'oannerl.,.. . .
Especial atteAtu . kpaid, to
. Coach work.
Being defernidied: tol - urn' out none but the
best. work.; at Iteasonable 'prices; he hopes o
merit and re ceive share of public favor.
Marie - dti;'Maidhjll, 186'5. " Cl.
Oix Nation's Pride.
OV" . R. FLAG. ,
LorfeinaVit Otei'Alie rind of the free
- and the litirne:of.:tlie braVe.
A nN I D ; long .maT it be remembered that the
illace to purchase your choice Toilet sr
is at Dr.IIINKLEIS dine Shire, where
the, has just opened a large assortment of the
choicest Rxtracts for the Handkerchief, such
as qi g hpßlocO n in g -,Cereus,, Hyacinth, and the
White Pond Lily, ihre4 of the most fashiona
ble perfuinehabWin ' and 'examine
for yptirselyes._ 4 31-tf
L" YON'S Periodical Drops, and Clark's
amle Pills, at The Golden Mortar.Fe