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Re focal Biarienian.
s/JUBDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1865
Oodey'a Lady's Book for January
1866 in on our table ; it has now entered
11136th year under ldr. Godey. Tbis
ouglber comm No
. new year very
bodsoi ssiy. Now is the time to com
sieve subscriptions. Just look at the
grating "The Farewell Sermon," a
l ey iaPerior line engraving. Godey's
awl splendid plate of Colored Fash
ions. The Eccentric Slipper, printed
0 1 0 0 ; price, in the stores, seventy-
Coat"' W asting for the coach,
'sandier plata printed in anlors. A
Tiiispage, engraved on -steel, contains
pictures, entitled "A string, of
Twig" Holiday smusements,a hi:mor
on, engraving, New styles of Bonnets.
'gallica' cover in Crochet. Front and
w it view of the Bella coat. A robe
lit The Eustache Jacket, front and
sck view. Bread-cloth, nettiug, cover.
sg two •
Novelties for slapvy : onnets,
lldrents dresses, capes, slcaps b eeves, bodice
ir wearing ander Mantles in cold weath.
r , a very useful article Turkish Em
roidory, and otter embroidery patterns,
starstamp case, a beautiful tov
slob can be made for fancy fairs ; cross
rr book marker; Leaf shaped work
tee ; doll's cuff and collar, in Embroid
iy crochet cuff sad pelerine ; travel
ing dresaiog.case, a most useful article ;
witted knee cap for ladies, indiapenea
le for winter. From present appear
lee, Mr. Gods) , says the subscription
lit of 1866 will reach 160,0001
gi The "American Agriculturist"—
tat old and reliable monthly—publish.
i Engiish and German—hae perches
] the "Genesee Farmer," long one of
3e beet agricultur it journals in this
Doan and added its editorial staff to
iat of the Agriculturist. We need say
Ailing in praise of the old Agriculture
t—it is a household book and should
in every intelligent family. Volume
begins with the January number.
ibseribe at once—terms $1.50 a year;
copies for 85 ; 10 for $l2 ; 20 or more
opiea at $1 each•aad an extra copy to
a one getting up a club of ten or twen
. Orange Judd A. Co., publislaera; 41
Irk Row, New York.
The Philadelphia Home Week
l," published by George W. Childs,
)atiuist corner Third and Chestnut,
hiladelphits, is one of the best city
teklies poblished ; it is a first class
Inatrated family newspaper at the low
rice of it 2 a year, or two copied for $3;
copies for elo ; 16 copies for $2O and
ie extra to the getter-up of the club.
best authors of the country have
sen engaged to write for the " Home
'eekly," 'l henew series of the
Home T.Vnekly " will commence De
ember 27:h. Now is the time to sub
Svule vagabond, without the fear
rib lam or the curses of the printer,
traded oar hen house on Monday night
et, and •cleaned the coop." We are
)ld that quite a number of our borough
merles nave been relieved of their
ntentv. Poor George Vandegraft is
singer hero below " to be charged
111 all the chicken stealing, and we
ald like to know (and so would some
our neighbors) who is " nighthawk..
" in his place.
lit The Temperanee meeting hell in
le Methodist church on last Thursday
!ening wits Nell attended. The Lodge
'this place turned out in full Regalia,
seberiag shout 1.20 members. Anoth
sleeting will be held in Temperance
111, on Moaday evening, the 18th for
perpoes of forming an "Open Tem.
bare beionging to Messrs.
lort's and Simnel nipple, of this bo.
VI was destroyed by fire on Monday
41 /jog last. It contained a large
logol of bay and straw, and a crop of
xeco, also some farming implements.
IV set on tire by some boys who were
king septa io the barn at the time.
ess:s. F. L. Bruns & Co., To
tes dealers, are still purchasing to
itto at their exteosive warehouse, near
le Cross Keys Hotel, in this borough,
is continue to distribute, gratuitously,
78 Coonecticot seed to actual growers.
ie their C3ll in another column.
okr Mehra. sholiz & Bro.. Hatters
sd Fur Dealers, Lancaster, have their
nal large stock of plain and fancy furs.
necessity tar goicg any further than
'neuter for any kind of furs whilst
tints o f. Bro,, keep such a fine assort-
11it' ' A L gambright, wbo has - been in
ae recruiting iterfice in Lancaster city
4 the past three egeet,lis, ha; been or
,eted to the heseigeerpers of bie regiment
tha 11th U. Infantry, which is ran
tiosed F N . : , I ns i e p on 4 euce , Dostoo
R ubor, Roston, Mace.
Py reference to our advertising
t oismns, it Will be seen that Dr. Hinkle
441 adopted the cash and six months
?stem, Ile deems this course necessary
° mot the heavy demands of city
Ir rhaoltegiving day was well ob.
cawe d here, every place of Nielsen
41 °1 eloped, There wee PerViee #n $ll
THE SATURDAY EVENING POST.—We
notice that there has been a change in
the management of this well known and
favorite weekly, by the admission of a
lady author as editor. Mr. Emerson
Bennett, the popular writer, now writes
exclusively for the Post, and announces
a continued story, to begin the first of
the year, to be called " the Phantom of
the Forest," a wild story of the early
settlement of Kentucky. Bella Z. Spen
cer, the editor, whose novel of Ora has
been so highly praised, also announces
a continued story, to be called Genevi
eve Howe. Florence Percy, the author,
of "Eve Isle," Louise Chandler Moul
ton, August Bell, Eleanor 0. Donnelly,
Beatrice Calcines, Mrs. Margaret Hos
mer, and a host of other popalar authors
also write for the Post. The Post con
tains, besides stories, sketches, poetry,
humorous articles, &c., an original Ag
ricultural Department, and original and
selected receipts for Housekeepers.
Wheeler & Wilson's celebrated Sewing
Machines are offered as premiums to
those who get up certain clubs—an easy
way of getting a Sewing Machine, worth
in Philadelphia fifty-five dollars I The
price of the Poet is $2,50 a year, two
copies $4, four copies $B,. eight copies
( and one grabs ) $l6. Sample copies,
containing the terms and inducements
;.e full, are furnished gratis. Address
H. Paterson & Co-, 319 Walnut street,
slar The result, we are glad to learn,
of the Episcopal fair, held in the Town
Hall, was, financially and otherwise, a
most complete success.
or Prof. Kidd lectured to a large
audience. in Temperance Hall, on Mon.
day. evening last. He is one of the
finest orators we have ever listened to.
Psi' Blank Notices to quit ; those
usually given to tenants on the first day
of January. Also, carefully gotten•up
Blank Leases, for sale at this office.
air Rev. G. M. Clawges will preach
a sermon on the subject of, " the sin
against the Holy Ghost," in the Meth
odist E. Church, on Sunday mixt.
LETTERS REMAINING unclaimed in the
Post Office at Marietta, Pa., THIIRSDAT,
DECEMBER 9, 156.5.
Braun, Martin Peck, Sarni. 2
Campsell, Miss Eva Risser, Joseph
Epcl, Christian Shoember. Granville
Granßch, William blertzer, Ella
Garlach, John Weir, danda
Hem man, Miss B. Wasson, Howard
Kreater, William E. Yeager, Albert
McCabe, John 2 Zarfass, Saml.
Miller, Mrs. Mary
Er 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.
All persons knowing themselves indebted
to the undersigned, in any way, will please
call and settle befcre the first day of January,
1866, and all persons having claims against
him, to present the same for settlement. In
the future, all professional bills will be regard
ed as due at the expiration of six months.
All Store purchases must be cash! This
course has become absolutely necessary, in
consequence of the cash system now adopted in
Philadelphia. All professional accounts run
ning over six months will have interest added.
FRANALIN HINKLE, M. D.
Marietta, December 9, 1865.
P UBLIC SALE.
The undersigned will sell by public rendue,
at the public house of L. Houses! in the Bo
rough of Marietta, on Saturday, the 23d day
their interest in the following
real estate, being the two-thirds undivided
parts thereof, to wit :
Purport, No. 1. All those three lots or
pieces of ground situated on the south side of
Constitution Street, in the Town of Marietta,
East Donegal, Lancaster county, bounded on
the West eighty feet by Decatur street, on the
North one hundred and eighty feet by said
Constitution Street, on the East eighty feet
by Lot No.— and on the South one hundred
and eighty feet by the Pennsylvania Canal,
betng Lots nos. 55, 59 and 00, on which are
erected a two-story frame dwelling house, a
two-story frame grocery store house, 20 feet
by 32 feet, and a frame stable, near the gro
cery and used in connection with it for boat
teams. This property is .located at what is
I known as the upper winding canal bridge, and
is en excellent stand for a grocery, having
been kept for many years as such.
Purport, No. 2. A Lot of ground, situated
on the north side of United States street, near
Decatur street in the said town of Marietta,
and numbered26s, containing forty feet in
front and extending in depth two hundred
feet to public alley.
Purport, No. 3. A Lot of ground situated
on the north side of United States street, near
Decatur street, in the said town of Marietta,
and numbered 266, adjoining n 0.2, containing
forty feet in front, and extending in depth
two hundred feet to a public alley.
The above property will be sold subject to.
the widow Susan Shield's dower, being the
interest of one-third of the purchase money
during her life, and at her death the said one
third of the purchase money to be paid to the
heirs of Hamilton Shields, deceased,
Persons wishing to view the premises prior
to sale will please call on Leonard Shields or
Susan Shields residing on No. 1.
Sale to commence at 7 o'clock in the even
ing of said day, when attendance will be giv
en and terms made known by
MARY F. GALLAGHER,
CHARLES A. GALLAGHER.
And in pursuance of ari order of the Or
phan's Court of Lancaster county, the under
signed guardian of John Shields, a minor child
of Hamilton Shields, late of the Town of Ma
rietta, deceased, will sell at the same time and
place, the interest , of said minor in the above
described Real Estate, being the other one
third undivided part thereof.
8. S. NAGLE,
Marietta. December 2,1865.-ta.
ARTHUR MERTON ; on,
SINNING RFD SORROWING
By Min Caroline E. Kelly,
Author of •'Bernice, the Farmer's Daughter,"
"Andy Halt," Su., &c.
This is a book that cannot fail to dcrgreat
good. It Is from the pen of one of the most
successful writers 01 the present day; its the
name of Miss Kelly is a household , word in
thousands. of families where her excellent
books have been read with andity,iirofit and
delight. Single copies of the book will be sent
by mail, to COY address, on receipt of price.
sample copies "of our paper, " The Sunday
School Times," furnished free on application.
J. C. GAILIUGI.73B&-Cll4
N EW TRIMMING & VARIETY
Opposite Diffenbach's and two doors
West of the Golden Mortar
Drug Store, Market-st.,
MRS. MARGARET ROTH
Begs leave to announce to the Ladies of the
Borough of Marietta and vicinity, -that she
has just opened an entire new stock of
TRIMMINGS AND VARIETIES,
embracing all the Novelties of the Season,
among which will.be found
Plain and Fancy Mantua and Velvet
/ribbons, Gimps, Cords and Tassels,
and Buttons in endless variety,
Hosiery and Gloves, Linen & Emb'd Collars,
Zephyr Shawls, Plain & Emb'd H'dlrfs,
Opera Cape, Silk & Zephyr Scarfs,
Suspenders, Germantown Wool,
Braids ad Shetland Wool,
Bindings, Zephyr Yarn,
BALMORALS, SKELETON SKIRTS, -
Corsets, Belting, Edging, Ruffling,
Embroidery. Fancy Soaps, Ike.
Particular attention has been paid to the se
lecting of small wares, such as Sewing Silk,
Cotton and Linen Thread, Whalebone, Hooks
and Eyes, Needles, Pins, &c.
112- The public are particularly requested to
call and examine for themselves.
113.• Mrs. R. is agent for the sale of the cel
ebrated Singer "A" Family Sewing Machines
which. took the first premium at the late New
York State Fair. She will also instruct per
sons purchasing from her, how to work the
PATTERSON & CO.,
NO. 662 MARKET STREET,
FOREIGN & DOMESTIC
Keep constantly on hand a full stock of Buil
ding Material, Naile r
LOCKS, HINGES, (4)
GLASS, PAINTS, OILS, WHITE LEAD, A
SUPERIOR ARTICLE OF CEMENT, &C.,
IR ON: Rolled and Hammered
Iron, Steel, Horse-Shoes Bar,
Norway Nail Rods, Hoop and Band Iron,
- Horse-Shoe Nails, Bolts, Files, Rasps, etc.
AND PARLOR STOVES, RANGES,
Tubs, Churne, Cedar Stands,
Wash Boards, ' Buckets,
Knives and Forks,
Plated and Metalic Spoons,
Sad Irons, Krant Cutters, Waiters, Brass and
Copper Kettles Clothes Wringers, Pane,
Iron Ladles, Meat Stands, Coal Oil
Lamps, Shades and Lanterns, Tea
Scales, Coffee Mills, Painted
Chamber Setts, &c., &g.
Forks, Shovels, Hoes, Spades, Horse Brushes,
Wheel Grease, Fish, Sperm and Lubric Oils,
Cistern Pumps, Long and Short Traces,
Breast Chains, &c., &c.
TOO L 8: Hand and Wood Saws, Hatchets,
Chopping and Hand Axes ' Planes, Chis.sels,
Augers and Auger Bits, Braces, Prunning
Hooke and &macs, &c., &c.
Thankful for past patronage, we hope to merit
and receive a continuance of the same.
PATTERSON 4 , CO
Marietta, August 1, 1865.
WATC ES .
t. cam,T -0 4_ ,T..Zia,12.1-1-1 7
Corner of North Queen• St., and Centre
Square, Lancaster, Pa.
American and Swiss Matches
IN GOLD AND SILVER CASES
CDIC)CI..E - 1 ,4 ,
EIGHT DAY AND 30 HOUR,
tn . GREAT VARIETY, AND FROM
YHE BEST FACTORIES".
SPECTACLES in every style ofeet/ft
frame, and with glasses to suit
any who need 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 beat Table ware—Spoons,
Forks, &c.,—to wear ten yeats in daily Use..
Rings, Pins, Sleeve Buttons, Studs and a va
riety of every, article in this line.
Hair Jewelry made to order. Two hundred
styles, or samples, constantly on hand.
Repairing of Watches, Clocks, Specta
cles or Jewelry, done neatly and promptly.
H. L. Fe E. J. ZAHM,
Corner North Queen Street anti Centre Square,
L ADIES TAKE PARTICULAR
the ileai NiPau F.dnale ?Ms.
[ WARRANTED FRENCH. ]
These Pills, so celebrated many years ago
in Paris, for the relief of female irregularities,
and afterwards so notorious for-their criminal
employment in the practice of abortion, are
now offered for sale for the first time in Amer
ica. They have been kept in comparative ob
scurity from the fact that the originator, Dr.
VALPAU, is a Physician in Paris : of great
wealth and strict conscientious principles, and
has withheld them from general use, lest they
should be employed for unlawful purposes.
In overcoming female obstructions they seem
to be truly omnipitent, bursting open the flood
gates from whatever cause may have stopped
them ; but they are offered to the public only
for legitimate uses, and all agents are forbid
den to sell them when it is understood that
the object is unlawful.
For sale by Dr. F. Hinkle, Marietta ; P. A.
Pyle, Mountjoy ; H. D. Parry and R. Wil
liams, Columbia, and druggists generally.
Ladies can procure a box, sealed from the
eyes of the curious, by enclosing 431 and six
Pestage stamps to G. G. STAPLES, General
Agent for us, Watertown, New-York, or to
any or the above agents. f n 0.2- ly
S. S. RATIIVON,
Merchant Tailor, and Clothier,
At F. T. Kramph's.Old Stand, on the Co
ner of North Queen and Orange .
Streets, Lancaster, Perin'a.
Gft ATE"? IJL to the Citizens of Marietta
and vicinity, for -the liberal patronage
heretofore attendee, the undersigned respect
fully solicits a continuance of the same; as
suring them, that under all circumstances, no
efforts will be spared in rendering a satisfactory
equivalent for every act of confidence replied.
CLOTHS, CASHMERES A 1.1 n VESTINOS, and
such . other seasonable material as fashion and
the market furnishes, constantly kept on hind
and manufactured to order, promptly, and rea
sonably, as taste or style may suggest.
ALM:4-111AD INBIA DE CLOTHING,
Gentiemenls Furnishing - Goon&
and such articles as usually belong to a bier,
chant Tailoring and Clothing establishment.
DO YOU WANT a good Cooking Stove
If to, go to. John Spangler's, where you
will find a large assortment. He sells cheap
111 arrests each to give entire satnifactio
nry GALLONS .PQ,bIE,CIVO Iripegsr
N EW GOODS AT
J. R. DIFFENBACH'S
Third Arrival of Fall and Winter Goods.
LADIES DRESS GOODS,
Such as Fancy and Plain Colored Alpaccas ;
French blerinoes ; Coburgs ; Plain and
Figured all wool DeLaines ; all colors
Sacking Flannels; Ladies Cloaking
and Water-Proof Cloths. Good
assortment bleached .and un
bleached Muslim] • Checks ;
'Gingham; Ticking and
Canton Flannels; Crash, '
&c.. &c., &c., &c.
Cloths and Cassimers, all grades, both Foreign
and Domestic; superior Esquimaux bea
ver, for Over-Coating; Neck-Ties;
Hosiery, &c., &c.
GROCERIES OF ALL KINDS,
Molasses. Sugars, Rio and Java Coffee, Spices,
Mackerel, Buckets, Brooma, Table and
. Floor Oil Cloths, Window Blind's,
Glen and Queenaware, &c.
_ _ _
Having purchased exclviively • FOR CASH
will enable him' to sell as cheapi a the cheapest.
1:2" Co u n try Produce taken in' exchange for
goods. [Oct.-21, 1865.
'WINKS & -LIQUORS.
El. D. BENJAMIN,
DEM EU IN
WINES & LIQUORS,
Picot Building, Marietta, Pa.
BEGS leave to inform the public that hs
will continue the Wrlsl E & LIQUOR busi
ness, in all its branches. We will constantly
keep on hand all kinds of
Brandies, Wines, Gins, Irish and Scotch
Whiskey, Cordials, Bitters, ic.,
- BENJAMIN'S -
Justly Celebrated Rose Whisky,
ALWAYS ON HAND:
A very superior OLD RYE WHISKEY
ust received, which is warranted , pnre.
L All H. D. B. now asks of the public
is a careful examination of his stock and pri•
ces, which will, be is confident, result in Ho
el keepers and others finding it .to their ad.
antage to make their purchases from I im•
C LARK'S. SCHOOL VISITOR.
A DAY SCHOOL MONTHLY.
The Visitor will commence its tenth vol
ume with the January number, 1866. This is
the only DAY SCHOOL PERIODICAL published
AT SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS A YEAR!
Magazine form, beautifully illustrated. New
type ; new features; Readings, Music l Dia
logues, Speeches, Stories, Puzzles, Enigrras,
Rebuses, &c., from the very best writers.
The Visitor has the largest circulation of
any educational journal published. Now is
the time to form clubs.
The Publisher. in order to reach all parts o
the country, will send The Visitor one year,
FREE, to one person (who will act as agent)
at any post office in the United States.
Address, with 5 cents, for particulars,
• J. W. DAUGHADAY, Publisher,
1308 Chestnut-st., Phila'd.
A LEXANDER LYNDSAY,
Boot and Shoe Manufacturer,
MARKET STREET, MARIETTA, PENN
Would most respecttully inform the citizens
of this Borough and neighborhood that he has
the largest assortment of City. made work in
his line of business in this Borough, and be
ing a practical BOOT AND SHOE MAKER
himself,is enabled 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.
lER-Call and examine his stock before pur
[FORMERLY OF LANCASTER, PA. I
Successor to John Walker,
Fashionable Barber & Hair Dresser.
NEAR FRONT STREET,
Between the White swan and Eagle Hotels,
AVING purdhased the good *ill and fix•
tures of J. Walker's establisliment,would
respectfully ask a trial of the customers of the
shop and the public generally, having had a
number of years experiende in the Barbering
business feels confident Of being able to give
Mlle undersigned would 'respectfully an
nounce to his old friends and the public
generally, that he continues the above business
in all its various branches
Especial attention paid to plain and fancy
paperhanging, China glossing, Frosting and
Enamelling Glass, Graining of all kinds, &e.
Thankful for past favors, would ask a con-,
tinuance of the same. Residence a few doors
west of the Town Hall, on Walnut street.
DAVID H. MELLINGER.
Marietta, Nov. 25, 1865.---ly.
L IME! LIME! o
Fresh Lime for Whitewashing and Building,
For sale at HENRY WOLFE'S,
opposite the Post Office, in large or small lots.
This Lime is much better than that which is
brought from a distance. It is carefully se
lected. lam now selling the best lump'at
35 cents per bushel ; 10 cents per peck ;
Five cents per half-peck:
HENRY WOLFE, Market-at., ,opposite the
Post Office, Marietta. C6lne
CONECTICUT TOBACCO SEED
ki FOR FREE DISTRIBUTION!
Fine Connecticut Tobacco Seed has just
been received at the Tobacco Warehouse of
F. L. BRUNS & CO., in this borough, which
is now ready for FREE diStriblltiOd to the To
bacco Growers of this neighborhood.
The object in thus distributing this excellent
Seed is to encourage the raising of a better
grade of Tobacco than has heretofore been
grown in this vicinity.
Marietta, November 4,1865.-3 t.
I f you want a
First-rate Block or Fandy 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
will find it at
gShawls Balmorals Gloves, Hosiery,
Belts and Buc'iles, Embroidered Handker
chiefs and Collars, Mourning Collars and
Veils, Head Nets , and Dress Trimmings.
A full supply at
SPANGLER & RICH'S...
IA TTENTION ! SPORTSMEN ! It -
Eley's Cut Caps; Eley's GUn Wadds,
Dupont's Sporting and Glazed Duck. Powder
Balthribre Shot; Shot Pouches, Powder Flasks
old at JOHN SPANGLER'S.
AL HODS, Coal Selves, Coat Shovels,
lien, Stove Grates, ' Cylinders and Li
nings of differentitinds t _kept on'hand at
DR. Echternachie Army Lotion an infslh
ble remedy for Saddle Galle,, , Olien
!And diseases of the elan, ,
..47"-TIFE,GOL , D.E4 MORZ.AR.
;00 . 1.0400p4 .
„ 2 - ;0* - •
W HAT SALE OF WATCHES
$1.000,000 WORTH I
To be disposed of
- at One Dollar each,
without regard to value, not to be paid
for until you know what you are to re
BY A. H. ROWEN t CO.,
[AGENTS FOR THE MANUFACTURERS,)
NO. 36 BEEKMAN-ST., NEW YORK
Read the following list'of articles to be
sold for One Dollar.
100 Gold Hunting Case Watches each $125,00
100 " Watches, venous styles " 75,00
200 " Ladies' Gold Watches " 1,0,00
500 Silver Watches $25 to 40 each
1,000 elegant silver-plated Castors, $2O to 50
1,000 do do Fruit and
Cake Baskets, 15 to 20
2,500 Silver-plated Tea Spoons, 8 to 16
2,500 setts do Forks,- . 8 to 15
2,000 Goblets, engraved, • 4 to 8
3,000 pairs Table Spoons, 5 to 8
3,000 pairs Salt Spoons, 3 to 5
4,5000 magnificent Napkin ,Rings, $4 to 31
8,000 pairs Pendant Ear. Drops, 'assor
3,300 wits of Ladies jewelry, imitation
Ivory, 6 to 10
2,5000 Gold Lockets, engraved backs,
watch face, perfect imitation of a
Lady's watch, $10:00
10,000 Ladies Back Cembs, rich and un
ique paterns, - $5 to 25
4,400 Belt Buckles, Gold, Jet and
Vulcanite, 5 to 15
6,000 Latest style Vest & neck chains 5 " 20
5,500 Gent's California Diamond pins 5 " 20
4.000 California Diamond ear drops 5" 10
3,000 Miniature Revolving Pins 5 " 10
2,000 California Diamond and enamelled
Gent's scarf pins new styles 5 6 6 10
2,000 Masonic and Emblem Pins 3 " 10
2,500 Gold Band Bracelets, engraved 3." 20
3,000 Jet and Mosaic Brooches 3 " 10
2,000 Cameo Brooches 5
3,000 . Coral Ear-Drops 4 " 6
2,000 Ladies' Watch Chains 8 " 15
6,000 Gent's Pins, a splendid assort 2" 10
10,000 Plain and engraved rings 2,50 "JO
4,000 Solitaire Sleeve Buttons, entirely
new style, 3 to 10
3,000 Studs and Sleeve Buttons, in sets
very rich, 3 to 10
5,000 Sleeve Buttons, plain, enameled
and engraved, 2to 8
8,000 Loekets,doublecase,richly engrav'd2"lo
15,000 sets Ladies' Jewel ry, new and
latest styles ' 6" 12
5,000 Handsome Seal Rings 3 "'8
2,000 Sets Bosom Studs 2,50 " 6
1,000 Gold Pena and Gold Holders 15 . 66 25
2,000 Sets Jet and Gold Pins and Ear
drops, latest styles, very rich, 6 66 10
2,000 Gold thimbles Pencils, &c. 4 . 1 6
10,000 Gold pens,
- and silver cases 5 66 8
10,000, .•' " Ebony holders 4 " 6
The method of disposing of these goods at
ONE DOLLAR EACH
IS AS WILLOWS
Certificates, naming each article and its
value are placed in sealed envelopes, and well
mixed.- One of these envelopes will be sent
by mail, to any address on receipt of 25 cents.
On the receipt of the certificate you will see
what you are to have, then it is at your option
to send the dollar and take the article, or not.
Purchasers may thus obtain a Gold Watch,
Diamond Ring or any set of jewelry on our
list for ONE DOLLAR, and in no case can
they get less than One Dollaes wotth,as there
are no blanks. The price of certificates is as
follows: One for 25 cents; five for $3 ; eltv
en for $2 ; thirty for $5: sixty-five for $10;
and one hundred for $l5.
The distribution is conducted fairly, and all
have an equal chance of Obtaining the valua
ble piizes by pUrchaling the certificates. We
guarrantee entire satisfaction in all cases.
Agents wanted to whom we offer special
terms and premiums ; send 25 cents for one
certificate and our cireular with terms.
A. 11. BOWEN & CO.,
Post Office Box 4270, New York.
November 25, DM: 3m
G OLD ! [1865, 1.866. I.B6'L] SILVER)
1 TO 75,000!
.$2 a 2 S 2
ParilitTFAC MI RS' I.GENTS,
OUR NEW MODE
One of our Gold or Sillier Watches, or
Silver Tea Sell for $2, as below stated.
One of our tea seta or one piece of our Gold or
Silverware is worth a bushel of the cheap dol
lar Jewelry: - ." . •
We have adopted the following mode of
by male of 75,000 articles of value!
OUR NEW MODE!!
The articles of goods are numbered from 1
up to 75,000 37,500 consisting of Pianos,
Melodeons, Gold and Silver Watches, Sewing
Machines, Tea and Table sets, Solid Silver
Tea and Table Spcons and Forks, etc., etc . . ,
and the other 37,500 articles of valuable Jew
elry, Work and Toilet Cases, Photograph Al
bums, Openface Silver Watches, and fancy ai
ticles in great variety. 75,000 notices num
bered from 1 to 75,000 are printed and put in
to sealed envelopes and well - mixed, and ona
of these is taken out and sent to the person
sending to us 25 eta to cover expense of post
age, correspondence, etc., and the article or
goods, corresponding with the number on the
notice will be sent to the holder of the same
immediately (if he desires to purchase the
article) an the receipt of two dollars. For
instance.—lf the number on the notice sent
to you shonld be 500, and a Piano, or Diamond
Set or Gold Watch should be numbered 500 it
will be sent to you for $2, and so on for every
article in our list of 75,000 articles.
-lCr After receiving the Article, if it does
not please you : . you can .return it, and your
money shall be refunded.
Twenty-live cents must be sent to pay ex
pense of postage, cor espondence, etc., on one
Remember, that whatever article corres
ponds with the number on your notice,: you
can haVe it by paying Two Dollars far it,
whether it be worth $lOO or $BOO. And it is
for our interest to deal fairly, and send out
our fine articles, as it gives confidence to the
public, and the - eby increases our sales! -
TRY OUR NEW MODE! !
Upon receipt of 25 cents, which pays for
correspondence, postage,. etc. we send one no
Upon receipt of $1 which pays for corres
pondence, postage, edit, we send six notices.
Upon receipt nt $5, which pays for corres
pondence, postage, etc, we send 40 notices,
and a fine present, valued at no less than y 15,
as a sample of our goods.
Upon receipt of $lB, which pays for corresz
postage, etc,. l We will send 150 en
tices, and a solid Silver Watettiby return mail.
Agents Wanted. Send for our circular !
Agents allowed a large cash , commission,
by which they can makes2s weekly.
872 5138, New York City, N. Y
Salesroom, 84 Liberty St
THE POPULAR HATS OF THE p i
Gentlemen's Dress Silk Hat,
Gentlemen's Cassiler Dress Hat,
Patent Resort Hat,' The-Runner , Hit;
The Dasher Hut,. The.Eatin - Eat,
The Faust Hat, The Duodreary . Hat.
A latge and 'splendid, ; assortment o f all the
above new and.popular styles,- do Cloth; Cas
simer and Felt tomther , with a fulkible of .
PLATN' HA PS
Also; alttl ie....1161(4)1a offigll444l4Wititbr:
Cape for gentlpepp,„„Mysioh:Mien- s r
Nl7. 92 2,10.41:111_ QUESIt STREET,
• - 1.110130: 1 1S.144titl. •
riODEY's LADY'S BOOR FOR
1 8 (3 4;3 _
1 The Fashion .11:10azine of the World I
Literature, Fine Arts and Faehions. The
most magnificent steel engraVings. • Double
Fashion-Plates. Wood engravings on every
übject that can interest ladies. Croche
knitting, Netting, Embroidery,. Articles fo
the Toilet, for the Parlor. the Boudoir, and
the Kitchen. Everything, in fact, to make a
complete Lady's Book.
The Ladies Favourite for 36 Years.
No Magazine has been able to compete with it
None attempt it.
Godey's Receipts -
for every department of a household. These
alone are worth the price of the book.
Model Cottages (no other- Magazine gives
them,) with Diagrams.
Drawing Lessons for the young. Another
speciality with Godey.
Original Music, worth $3 a year. Other
Magazines publish old worn-out Music; but
the subscribers to Godey get it before the mu
Gardening for Ladies. Another peculiarity
Fashions from Messrs. A. T. Stewart & Co.
_of New York; the millionaire merchants, ap
pear in Godey, the , only magazine that has
Ladies' Bonnets. We give more of them in
a year than any other Magazine. In Act,
the Lady's Book enables every lady to be her
own bonnet maker.
Authoresi of "Alone," " Hidden Path,"
" Moss Slide," " Nemesis," and " Miriam,"
writes for Godey each Month, and for no oth
er Magazine. A new novel by her will be
published in 1866. We have also retained
ell our old and favourite contributors.
5 to 8
GOO 21aDy's Book for 1866.
(From which there can be no deviation.)
The following are the terms of the Lady's
Book for 1866 :
One copy, one year,
Two copies, one year,
Three copies, one year,
Four copies, one year,
Five copies, one year, and an extra
copy to the person getting up the club,
making six copies, 14,00
Eight copies, one year, and an extra
copy to the person getting up the club,
making nine copies, . 21,00
Eleven copies, one year, and an extra .
copy to the person getting up the club,
making twelve copies, 27,50
Kr All additions to clubs at club rates
gcr- Godey's Lady's Book and Arthur's
Home Migazine will be sent, each one year,
on receipt of $4,50.
13- We have no club with any other mag
azine or newspaper.
lt:/- The money must all be sent at one'
time for any of the clubs.
ILIF- Canada subscribers must send 24 cents
additional lor each subscriber.
Address L. A. GODEY,
Ar. E. corner Sixth and Chestnut Streets,
ffebi Goons. Web) dooas• elu Ge°4*
SPAIIGLER & RICH,
WOULD announce to their friends and the
VV public generally, that they have on bard
a large and Well selected stock of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
and are daily receiving accessions thereto.
Our stock of LADIES DRESS GOODS cora
prise all the latest and most desirable fabrics,
styles and colors
French Merinos, English Merinos,
All-wool Poplins, Coburg&
All-wool Delains, Mixed Poplins,
Alpaccas, ' Lavellas,
Debases, Mixed Delaines,
A large assortment of Plain and Fancy
• Knit Goods, Breakfast Shawls, Hoods,
Scarfs, Cloaking Cloths, Sacking
Flannels, White Gouda, Skel
tton and Balmoral Skirts,
Hosiery and Gloves.
alitos, Delains, Gingham, Flannelel Cheeks,
Mullins, Tickiugs, Sattinette, Jeans, Linen
and Cottuu Diaper,
Ameridan mid Rue
elan Towelling, Floor and Table Oil
Cloth, Wall and Window Papers
MEN AND BOYS WEAR.
Plain and Fancy Cassimeres, French and
English Cloths, Knit Shirts and Drawers.
Gloves and Mitts,..Paper and Linen
Collars, Shirt Fronts, Neck Ties,
Suspenders, Knit Jackets, &c.
A full assortment of the latest styles Men
and Boys Hats and Caps, Groceries! Sugars,
Syrups, Coffee, Teas, Raisins, Prunes,
Apples, Cranberries Corn Starch, Farina,
Salt, Fish) &c. A full assortment of Glass fr.
Thankful for past favors) we would respect
fully ask an examination of our stock before
SPANGLER & RICH.
Marietta, November 4, 1865.-tf.
SUPPLEE do BRO., I M I L
IRON AND BRASS
and General Machinists, Second siree
Below Union Columbia, Pa.
They are prepared tb make all kinds of Iron
Castings for Rolling Mills and Blast Furnaces,
Pipes, for Steam, Water and Gas; Columns,
Fronts, Cellar Dom% Weights, &c., for Buil
dings, and castings of every description ;
STEAM ENGINES, AND BOILERS,
IN THE JIDST inobEux AND IMPROVED
Pumps, Brick Presses, Shafting and
Pulleys, Mill Gearing, Taps, Dies, Machinery
for Mining and Tanning ; Brass Bearings,
Steam & Blast Gauges, Lubricators, Oil Cocks,
Valve& for Steam, Gas, and Water; Brass Fit
tinge in all their variety; Boilers, Tanks, Flues,
Heats* Stacks, Bolts, Nuts, Vault Doors,
BLACKSMITHING in GENERAL
From long experience in building machinery w
flatter ourselves that we can give general otitis
faction to those who may favor us with thei
orders: 11:1-Repairing promptly attended to.
Orders by mail addressed as above, will meet
with prompt attention. Prices to suitthetimes.
T. R. SUPPLEE.,
Columbia, October 20, 1860. 14 t.s
tiiiiEHT IDA eLeiffilla.
In Urnll's old stand, Market-st., Martell(
I [WITH D. HANAUERd
Ken's and Boy's Clothing„
HATS AND CAPS, fi4
BOOTS AND SHOES,
and Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods,
IN GREAT VARIETY
P. R. would take this opportunity to inform
the citizens of Marietta and the public gener
ally that having opened this establishment for
a permanent business, only asks a fair trial,
being determined not to be undersold by any.
Call and see the gqods and learn the prices.
Marietta, June 10, ISQSt 44-If
It - LARGE LOT OF RVIE WINDOW
SHADES at reusarkattly. low pricsa
o close out. --- Joust Spaksrotust
"1 OB ?MN TINq of every dwetiption ex -
eented =With nealnew and: Aiepatch at the
• Offteti- of The Mariettinn.
°GERM_ Os' , noted Peacri Cement an 4.
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